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(Th (Ohio Statesman
MONDAY '.EVENING, MARCH 11, 1861
LOCAL MATTERS.
Tlie Adams Express Company plaoes nil daily
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Irom the eastern clues.
f ho American. Express Company has our
tbauki for ft daily favors In the shape of the
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ni Dntwmpr.ES . AND PRACTICE; Of IAND
DEAINACiS: Embraelcga brlf Iliitory ' Under-draining;
a detailed examination of itt Operation and
Advantage!; a Description of varloui klndi of Drains,
with Practical Directions for their Construction, the
Manuiaoture of Drain Ilia, ats., ate. Illustrated by
nearly One Hundred Engravings. By Joiia H. Kur-.
at. Author of the "Wheat Plant;" Corresponding
' Secretary of the Ohio Bute Board of Airlcultore, ate.
' Cincinnati: RoaasTCuau Oo Publiahers and
. Booksellers, lbGl. i
. Thla important agricultural work forma a
handsome volume of about fonr hundred and
fifty pages.'' The lubject of Land Drainage,
which has of late been ' thoroughly studied
io Europe, particularly in Great Britain, with
great advantage Is yet but Imperfectly under
stood In the United States. The object of this
work of Mr. Klippa is to supply the needed
information in a'plaln, practical way, easily come
prehended by any Intelligent farmer. , , .
In the Introduction, a history of Drainage
among the ancients is given, together with an
aocountof Its progress in England, r ranee ana
the United States. The body of the work is dl
Tided into two parts in the first, the Theory
of Drainage is disoussed in eighteen chapters;
and io the second part.the Practice of Drainage
is eluoldated In thirteen chapters. An appendix
gives the laws of Ohio relating to Drainage, fol-
' lowed by a copious Index to tbe entire wore
We have space to notice specifically only
few ' characteristics of this valuable work. In
tbe first part, some of the advantages of under-
draining are summed up and thoroughly ex
plained tinder the' following heads: Litre
moves staenant waters from tbe surface. 2, It
removes surplus waters from nnder the surface
3 It lenettaeos the working season 4. It
deepens the Soil."' 5. It warms the undersoil
C. It equalizes the. temperature of the soil dur
log the season of growth. ,7, It carries down
soluble jubilances to tbe roots of the plants. 8.
It prevents "'freezing out," "heaving out," or
"winter killing." 9. It prevents injury from
drought 10. It improves the quantity abd qual
ity of1 crop) it increaaes the effect of manures.
11. It prevents rust In . wheat, and rot In pota
toes. These advantages are not suppositions,
but are proved by tbe sotual experience of in.
telllgent men, which Is given in detail. ,
In the second part of the book are given prac
tical directions for tbe location, cutting and lay
ing of the various kind) of drains, according to
the position and quality of the land; modes of
preventing and removing obstructions In drains;
descriptions of the tools, the various improved
plows, and other inventions nsed in the opera
tions; and of the several kinds of tile, their re
spective advantages, and minute directions for
their manufacture, including the selection and
working of the materials,- molding, drying and
biking of the tile, etc., etc
For $1,25, tbe price of tbe work, the publish
ers will send a copy by mail, pre-paid, to any
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Const of Common Pleas. In the case of
William M. Gsat v. Alfred Gaav, an action
for slander, the Jury rendered a verdict In favor
of plaintiff for seven hundred and fifty dollars
damages..
OaiN SrRAfloi, indicted at the last term of the
Court for arson, in setting fire to a barn near
Reynoldsbilrg, Is on trial to-day Reahet and
Our nwv for the nrosecntlon, and Rankin and
Olds for defendant Spragde. ...
The Neil Hoose to be Re-Bout. It Is
stated that the contraot for re-building the
Nell House waa taken, on Saturday last, by
Messrs, Aulb &l Miller of Mt. Gilead. It is
said they are to take forty-five thousand dollars
in real estate In part payment, lne new Duua
ing is to be constructed after a plan furnished
by Mr. Wist, the State House Arohitect.
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tbe
Rail Road Time Table.
tiiTTis Mum s OotoNBoali Xxm B B;
L-eavea. Arrives.
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ammnJatlnn S.tO A. M. ' 9.1S P. U.
u or, 8.30 P.M. J 30 P.M.
MiffM Bxnren . A.M.-' ' S.4S A. M.
CLXVaLAXD, Cowaioi k Ciaouwait B. H. . " ?
Xtpreaj and Mall 3.00 t. M. -I, , 1.40 P,
Might Biprem..
.3:25 A. 11.
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CaHTRALOBloB. R.
Bxprem Tnlo...
Hail Train
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S.40 t, H.
t 30 A.M.
S'XO F. M.
Prrroaoaan, Ooumaoi k Cikcikkati B. K
Bxpresa Train 3:00 A. M.
. Mall Train .. S.40P. M..
9.30 P.M.
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Ootnwane fc IrourureLn E. B. '""'' ' 1 '
Oalumbui, Ptqaa Indiana B. B.J - -
Kxprea Train...',..... 8:10 A.M. . 11:10 A.M.
Ixvreu Trains :45P.M. 8:10 P.M.
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Conoui. Th e sudden changes of our climat
are sources of Pulmonary, Bronchial and Asth-
matio Affeottons. ' Experience having proved
that olmnln remedies often act sneedily and
ceruinly, when taken in the early stages of the
diaaaaa. recourse should at once be had to
Brown's Bronchial TVocAea,"., or Loxsngea.let
tbe Cold, Cough, or Irritation of the Throat be
ever so slight, as by this precaution a more se
rious attack may be effectually warded off.
Public Speakers and Singers will find them ef
fectual for clearing and strengthening the
voice.. See advertisement. For sale wholesale
and retail, by Roberts & Samuel, No. 94 North
Hleh street. 8.- Samuel Co. No. 85 South
High ttrwfc'tV;:.' : ;
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iNTEiiESTHto. If housekeepers really under-
Kent brands of Saleratus, as to quality,
. .nd nonseouent reliability and healthful-
xtess, they would not long be without the beet
. l . r.A.. A Tim l.im Cji ' SU1a
(bat la manufactured. Dc Land & Co.'s Sale
ratua eoata vou no more than any of the Inferior
artioles which are In market. He is using a
naw DTOcesa of reflnins? Saleratus. by which all
impurities are removed. Tbis prooess la In use
at no other establishment In this country.' ' Tbo
quality of the Saleratus produced by this pro
cess la yery superior, and It is faat becoming very
nnnniav with intelligent housewives. . Db Land
r- oAin..,,. la f'r oala Kw mnat orvnnava and
at vvi a a v "j o"
storekeepers. Manufactured and for sale at
wnoiaaaie. aa a-airuurw . iuuuiuv vuuu.j,
. York The ptinolpal grocers also wholesale It
'
' Who will suffer from Foul Humors, 8ores, or
Disease of the Skin, when such certain remldles
as MoLiAN'a Stbenotainc; CoaniAb AND Blood
PvatrtEa, and McLean's Volcanic Oil Lini
ment can be so easily obtained. The Cordial
will purify the blood thoroughly, and the Linl
ment will. cure. any sore,- See the advertise-
ment.
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UTR. KmxrATEioi, No,' 164 South High
8treet, has a very choice assortment of Gold and
Silver 7 Watches, fine Jewelry, Clonks, Silver
Ind Plated Ware,' at prices to Suit the times.
.GoEBNsrr'i. Balk. There Is no ether exter
nal remedy as good or M oheap. -: Try It j ut
try It once and believe what we say.' S5oU
'.V , t U t . . C 1 W . . . i v'i'.t It Ml
a Dottle.
O" So advertisement of Prof. Milub!
Hair Invlgorator In another column.
UnUI Ia.4EUl.EB,
riant of Phalnn'a BitablUhmena, B. T.,) Pjoprtetore
tna Mew York laahLonable Bhavtng, Hair Oattina
SMumpoonlrig, Curling and Dmeiog oalooa. But Btate
. atreet, over tbe poet Offloa, where laUafaotloa will
be given In all th various branchee.- ladles sad
- Children's Ualr Vraslnt dona la tb beat Style.
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TELEGRAPHIC.
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
Latest from Washington.
Washington, March 9. Mr. Chase, Secreta
ry of the Treasury, Informed a Senator, to day,
that the colleotorablp for New York bad been
decided. Hiram Barney is the lucky man.
Tbe other New York appointment will be made
early next week. Wakefield will be Purveyor;
Webb, Naval Offloer; and Hot, Postmaster
The others hava not been settled. It is be
lieved that General Nye fill get the Marshal
shin. I ."ft' 4
There Is no truth whatever in the statement
that orellmlnarv steps have been taken for an
interview between the Commissioners of tbe
Southern Confederacy and President Lincoln,
The latter will bold no counsel with these gentle
men. nor will be recognize them, except as vlo
latorsoftneiawoi tbe land.
- New York, March ll.-Tbe Herald' Wash
Inffton correspondence states that political clr
cles were feverishly excited yesterday, by the
report tnat the evaouatlon ot Ports aumter and
rickens was determined upon in Cabinet coua
cil, on Saturday night. It is now certain that
their stock of provisions is almost exhausted
several republican senators repeatedly declar
ed that soon policy was decided upon, while
isaaing ooutnern Democrats call it a master
Stroke of policy.
The leading appointments for New York, are
said to be decided noon. Hiram Barney la said
to be Collector; Wakeman, Surveyor; Webb,
xiavai uuicer; noxv, rostmaster, ana Wye,
iuarrwai. ueianeia csmitn, it is said, stands i
fair cbanoe to be appointed Distrlot Attorney.
The Timet' correaDondent aavai I heard din
tingulsbed secessionists' confess to night, that if
wir. Liincoin does withdraw the troops Irom fort
oumier. secession la dead, and cvar InarlAr In
the'movemtnt mined. -
ueo. U. t ogg, late Secretary of tbe National
nepnoiican Central committee, has been ten.
dered the position of Commissioner of Patents.
llllnotsao say that Mr. Lincoln's intimate
friend, Col. Lamon, is certain to be Marshal of
tms district.
Hon. Ell Thayer Is ureed to accent the Got
ernorsblp of New Mexico. John J. Defrees, of
loaiana, win probably be Superintendent of the
publio printing office, in this city.
Secretary Wellea contamnlato rliannal.u. nf
, --- 1 w
me patronage oi nis department at an early
day. Tbe Michigan delegation have agreed to
recommend tbe following annointmenta in that
State: N. G. label, for collector of Detroit:
Hon. W. A. Howard, Posmaster of Detroit;
Hon. D. C. Leaoh. Iodian Azent: Col. Dicknv.
Calhoun. Marshal: Mr. Stniiphtnn. nf Rt
Joseph, for District Attorney.
ien, incuiioen and nis followers are organ
Ixloe for a descent noon the northern nrrwinco.
New Mexico, with the expectation of uniting
them to Texas by conquest, and setting np an
Independent Government detached from the
cotton' confederacy. This schema has haAit
planned for some time.
An animated contest occurred veaterrli nvar
District Attorneyship for Northern Ohio.
Robert Paine, of Cleveland, waa flnallv eri.nt.
tbrcngh the decided influence of Senator
wade.
Mr. Ballard will ba Cnlleotnp. nrl Ml. P.nlaa
Postmaster of the same piece.
Washihoto, March 11. The Criminal
Court to day discharged Wm. H. Russell, who
Indloted In connection with the abstraction
Indian Trust Bonds. This Judicial course
in accordance with tbe law of 1857, wbioh
exempts witnesses before investigating com
mittees from trial Mr. Russell having appear
ed as such before that of the House on the anb.
of these bonds.
bx-Becretary Hovd to day rave tlO.000 aa.
curlty for his appearance at Court.
An omeiai dispatch was received from Mont
gomery this morning, idstructing Messrs
Crawford and ForByth to at once enter upon the
business of negotiating with tbe Administra
tion without waiting for their co-Commissioner,
cowman.
Missouri Convention.
St. Louis, March 10. After soma unimDor-
tant proceedings in the Convention yesterday,
Judge Gamble, chairman of the committee on
Federal Relations, presented and read the re
port of that committee. The report Is long and
carefully written. It makes a faithful exposi.
lion of all tbe circumstances surroundins: the
position and affecting tbe interests of Missouri,
recounts the evils of whioh the South may
rightfully complain, admonlshae the North
that tbe hostile and fanatical feelings toward
Southern institutions, manifested by large num
bera of the people of that section, are nroduotive
only of evil, and expresses a hope tbat a better
knowledge of bte subject will remove their we-
Judioes.
it aoes not assume a tbrealening attitude
towards either seotion of tbe country, but points
tbe errors of both, and conclude with the
following resolutions, which are a reduction cf
main features of the roport:
Kaoivea, That at present there is no ade
quate cause to compel Missouri to dissolve her
connection with the Federal Union, but on the
contrary, she will labor for such an adjustment
the existing troubles as may secure peace
the right of equality to all the States.
Reiolvti, Tbat the people of this Stato are
devotedly attached to the Institutions of our
country, and earnestly desire that bya fair and
amicable adjustment, present causes of disa
greement may be removed, the Union perpetu
ated, and peace and haraony restored between
North and South.
Rttoltti, That the people of Missouri believe
that the peace and quiet of the oountry will be
promoted by a convention to propose amend
ments to tne uonatituuon or tne United States,
and this Convention urges the Legislature of
this State to take steps for calllns such a Con
vention. ; 1 " 'v V . k
Retolvtd, Tbat in the opinion of the Conven
tion, the employment of a military force, by the
Federal Government, to coerce seceding Stales,
tbe employment of a military force, by seced
states, to assail tbe government or tbe Uni
ted States, will Inevitably plunge the country
into civil war, and thereby extinguish all hopes
an amioable settlement of tbo Issues now
pending. We, therefore, earnestly entreat the
Federal Government, as well aa the seceding
States, to stay the arm of military power, and on
pretense whatever bring upon tbe nation the
Horrors oi civil war. :. i - i
Ktiolved, That when this Convention adlonrn.
adjourn to meet at Jefferson City, on, the 3d
Monday in Jjecemoer. : ' -
Kuolvtt, That a Committee be elected, a ma-
lorlty of whlcUshall have the power to convene
tuts convention, as suen time ana pieeei prior
X&"W'M m V m 'X .
The Senate passed resolutions yesterday that
our Sonators ba instructed and our Represents
Uvea De requested to oppose tbe passage or all
aots granting supplies or men or money to oo
rce seceding States into submission or subjoga
tlon. mat sbouid sucn acta be passed by Uon
gress our Senators be instructed and onr Repre
sentatlyes be requested to return from the Halls
or Uoogresa, - ? : : -: - . -
i Tbe report was ordered to be printed and
made the special order for Monday.
i iur.' Kedd, wbliat earnestly approving tbe
temper and spirit of the report, dissented from
the plan of adjustment laid down, and asked
leave to present a minority report on Monday
wnton was granted, and tbe report was ordered
tooepriniea. Aojourneo. . - ,
pm.
From Fort Kearney.
Fost EeiiniY. March 11. The C.'O.'C
Express coach, with two passengers and $3,500
In ' treasure, passed nere at u:ju, a. M., y
terday. ' 1 , " :
i Denvxb Crrr, Alarcb 7, Hundreds are pros-
neotins In the Golden City dissinKS. Mil la are
reaummg operations pretty generally inrougnout
the Uregory mines, and In soma casei large
yields are being; made, partly on account of tb
new patent for saving gold being successiuuy
Operated.- Hall uepeyster, or the uoia Die
blow last weeK, erusneo thirteen cords Of py
rites or Iron, from wbiph they got a little over
$a,uuu. r Koot & Kendaii'a mm, in- oiounuin
City. whloh yielded $13 per oord last week.
yielded yesterday, by tbe new gold saving
process,, over, $C0 per cord from . the same
quarts.. , - - . . n t. i j
a atan named Jit T. Shelter was lost in an
avalanche, In the moantains, near tbe North
Ford of tbe South Platta laat aradk." .
Nothlna new from San Juan or New Meiloo
was neeivea yesterday by the Military E
prve. - - -
BSSTOrf, March .11. The Ml! tn wheal the
personal liberty aot, haa parsed the Senate
rieine,py nTowoi a to iu, , ;- ls
Virginia Convention.
The malorltv resort recommends i',he Deopl
of her sister States to respond at their earliest
convenience to Its positions, anl amendment! to
tne constitution to be proposed nereauer. in
case Virginia fails to obtain satisfactory re
sponses from non-siavenoiaiug Btates, sn will
feel compelled to resume sovereign powers and
threw herself on ber reserved right. , It Is
made an Indispensable oonditlon that a pacifio
policy be adopted towards tne seceding Btates;
tbat no attempt be made to reinforoe or recap
ture the forts, or exact payment of Imposts up
on commerce, or any other measure calculated
to provoke hostilities; that Virginia will regard
any hostile aotlon by either side as hurtful and
unfriendly, and as leaving Virginia free to de
termine ner future policy. . . .... -t. :
The report recommends a Conference of the
uorder States at Frankfort, Ky., the last ftlon
day In Mav. . v-
The foregolug will probably not fully meet
the approval of the Union members, because it
apparently recognizes tbe legal right or seces
sion. .
The minority renort reaffirms the doctrine of
oiaies' riehts. and declares interference with
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slavery by the Federal or other authorities, or
the people, contrary to the Constitution, offen
sive and dangerous; condemns the formation of
geograonloal or sectional narties: demands a
fair partition of tbe Territories, or equal pro
tection therein; deolares it la unwise, impolitio
and offensive to accumulate within the limits of
btate interested in the irritated bending
questions or deepest Importance an un
usual number ol . troops and . munitions of
wart indulges In tbe hone of a resto
ration of tbe Union and fraternal feelings;
recommends the repeal of utiiriandlv. unconsti
tutional legislation, and tbe sdootion of nronar
amendments of the Constitution; concedes the
right of States to withdraw fop hut
ludoe to the noaition of th federal rovernment.
aiaciaiming power under tbe Constitution to re
cognize withrawalwithout expressing an opinion
on tbe question of power, it desires to confer
upon tne government powers necessary, to deal
peaceably with the questions involved, and if
necessary, recognize tbe separate Independence
Off tbe aecedlnff Statea. make traatiea. and naaa
uuu iiwi aa separation may make proper.
Latest From California.
Fort Kiaknit. March. 9 Th
with San Franciico dateito the 23d tilt.. Daased
1. ... e.on .it . r
uerv at u;iu mie evening.
The Union celebration at San Frendur nn
the 22d absorbed all attention. The day was
universally observed bv abstaining from hnai.
neas. It is estimated that 30,000 people attend
ed the Union meeting. Speeches were made
by Edward Stanley, Eugene Cisserly, Col.
Crokett, and others. Reoaluliooe were unani
mously sdonted. declaring tbe unalterable at.
tachmentot California to tbe Union: that there
exists no power under the Constitution for a
State to secede; tbat California will cheerful
ly acquiesce In any favorable nlan for the ad
justment of the existing difficulties so as to se
cure me rignts of all States, and that California
repudiates tbe project of a Pacifio Republic.
James A. McDoueall waa nominated aa a
candidate for tbe United States Senate by a cau
cus of 38 Douglas Democrats on the 30th.
Latest by the Prince Albert.
St. Johns, jM. F.. March 9 The followlnw
are the very latest advices by thesteamer Prince
Albert: . ,
The Emoerorof Franca had aninlnarl Prtnra
Napoleon to remain at Paris, as a visit to Italy
at this time might be regarded aa an intention
to Influence the question of tbe Pope's temporal
sovereignty. -. -i, : .!.- ' ,
Kouc, t eb. 24. The order of the day of Gen.
censures the demonstration made b tha
national committee, and regrets tne address
of congratulation which tbe latter extended to
tne f rencn, and also recommends soldiers of his
command to avoid, in future, all popular assem
blies. . , - -, ,
Naples, Feb. 26. The suppression of con
vents has given rise to several popular disturb
ances; the rioters attacked several convents, but
were diepersed by the national guard.
The Emperor of Austria has signed the new
Constitution, which, among other things, grants
legislative power to the Diet.
News From Texas.
Galveston, March 8 On (he 4ih Inst, the
Convention declared Texas out of the Union,
end Governor Houston issued a proclamation to
tuni tuecs. . . ,
Incomplote returns show a majority of 28.000
to vote oi oi.ouu. - ,-. i
-. An ordinance was passed authorizing tbe ap
pointment of delegates to represent Texas In the
rrovieionai Lrovernment at Montgomery.
governor nouBton, it is said, will not resign
nor take the oath of allegiance.
Tbe Convention is discussing an ordinance
aenning treaaon.
General McCulloch bad sent a detachment to
guard tbe upper torts.
Latest from Havana.
i New Yok, March 10. The steamshln Qua
ker City, from Havana on the 6th Inst., arrived
nere last evening.
Great preparations were beloe made for the
reception ot rnnce Aiired.of England.
i ne sugar market Had revived under tbe de
mand by speculators, while regular quotations
remain unchanged. Tbe stock on hand at Ha-
vana amounted to 19,000 boxes and 13,000 hhds.
against 11,500 boxes and 3,500 hhds. for the
same time last year. During last week, 33,500
boxes and 192,000 hhds. had been shipped, three-
eighths of which waa for the United States. !
Freights very active, at Improved rates; to New
York, 17 per bhd, Exobanee on New York
quoted at par to 3 premium.
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Relief Bill in Missouri.
¬
ed the Relief Bill, passed by the Legislature a
few day'sslnce. The law extends tbe time for the
return or executions issued by tbe Court of Re
cord to the second term after the date of tbe
execution, and extends the time for the return
ot executions Issued by Justices of the Peace
to one year alter tne date thereof.
Fatetteville, March 9. On the reception of I
president Lincoln s inangaral,tbe seoesaionlsts,
la consequence of some accessions to their
rinks, called a meeting of the citizens of the
county i to-day, to Instruct the delegates to the
Convention. It proved, however, that the Union
sentiment prevailed, and the meeting adjourned
without action, amid mncn-eoionsiasm ior toe
stars and stripes. ,
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New Ohleans. Maroh 8. The Convention
adopted an ordinance to transfer certain funds
to tbe government of tbe Confederate Btates,
now in tne hands or tne Bute. -
A private telegram from Montgomerr says
rVi a rnvanna lawa hava kan adinatarl h a vairti
latlon of the Treasury department so aa to void
any prejudice to the steamboat Interest.
Chicago, : March 9. Ths Tribune, of this
morning, publishes an elaborate railway article,
showing that the earnings of all the railroads
centering at cnicagoifor lsou.wers sib.bJU.uuu.
Tbe earnings or tbe ten trunk roads enow an
increase over low or l',bJU,uuu. Tbe article
exhibits a very encouraging degree of prosper'
Uy at the West. i . ,.--.. i ,..
Large Fire at Cincinnati.
I Cincinnati, Maroh 10. The extensive lard,
oil and candle works of Thomas Emery ft Sons,
corner of Vine and Water streets, was entirely
destroyed by nre tms morning. Loss Bl&U.WU.
Insured for 1112,500. It was tbe woik ot an
Incendiary.
j Nxw Yoax, March 11. Advices from Mont.-'
gomery ' annonnce that tne Constitution of tbe
now confederacy has been ordered to be en
grossed.'. It is extremely conservative. -Five
millions ot tbe loan nave been taken at par Jtnd
no doubt the, remainder will be take at tbe
same figure, ilLJLJ .1
BurrALO, Maroh. 11 Toe atatement of the
losses of life and property a tbe Lakes, durlnjt
the year 1860, published this morning, shows
total loss oj aiean anv il veaaeia ot aA,viv,-
100. beltit: an Incroase over the previous
loos year
$135,915, . Loss Of Ufa lb 18G0-578,
an In-
crease over leas oi rT . , ,
n
of
DrrnoiT. Match 11. After an animated de-
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vui ih us uiu vi mi.iiy.ii
erty Uw, 3 sgslnst 84, r JTI r XtX--
THE MARKETS.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, March 11.
OOTTON-varv flna at 11X11V mkUllna uplands
t. I - - ..UUI 1 1 ... ,
mi. qmaii paieo oi uv Mm.
ABHBB ateadyandanenanMaiaaitor aiobu. ,
FLOOR raoelnti of 7 oi bblit market doll, and
ahade lower; ealee 7,000 bole at. $5,WKa5.1S lorinper-i
Una ittte, 5 S5S 30 for extra state, 5,003i5.)0 for
auperflne, f 5, 155,30 oornmon toaMalum eitrt weitern:
a5.403S.Sfi for ehlDoln brand! extra Koand Hood Ohio .
Oanadlu flour dull and drooplntl ealee of SOS bbla at
WHMAT reoelDte none: market leea active and a,
ahade eaaler; ealee 39,000. both at 1,1B 1.17 for Cbloaro
Spring; $1 IB for choice north weieern clob; 1,311,4
lorMiiciuD; fi.ju tor wiour reo weeiern.
EYl-qalet t05)49o.
BARLBY ateadv. at 70(3800.
OOKN reoeipta 1S.J00 huh. market ball for old and
a lhada better for new; aalea of 33,000 buih. at G667
rorold mixed weetara in elore ana aeiiTered; 58X0661
for new do. at B. B. depot and delivered.
OATS dull at 3!S35o for Weatera. Canadian and
Bute.
PORK oolet and ancBanndi-salea of 100 bbla at
f 17 i for meea, and V m oo for prime.
hbev iuii ana anonangea. . , -. ,
CUT MBATB-ateady. U t v - -I
LARD doll: aalea of 100 bbla at 9K&WH.
BUTIBB In fall reaoeel at 10314s for Ohio, and 14
m i o ror Btate.
CHKS8H oteadretsauutt.
WHI8KT without material chasM; aalea of 60O br.fi
at 17Kl8o, chiefly at lha tnalde price.
8TUUKS active and higher, money on call at Smr
nt. wim a aooa euppiy onenna ior nreioiaia MDerai
u'. tieriioa exenanee qniet nt ancnannM. unto.
R IMKSN IO 1 IS, 0 It T 84i, 0 00 (MX, 111. 0
oonpivotti uoaaoK! iter do prer sy; M o Sex
MO UX; do oooted Ml Paa Mall BSX: Brie 33V: lUd
tXi H X U IV; O Sc p BO, Ual Sc Ohio 71.
Cleveland Market.
March 9.
7LOUR quiet and Keadv at B4 75(?15 5i for aziru
io aouoie extrae. ana U3 ouato uu ror wnite u. Back
wheat la very heavy and acaroely aaleable.
wubat km at B1U3 ror red on track, and fl 16
ior wniio.
CORN-dnll at 31o. " r
OATS very Utile demand. ' nominal at23S4c.
BARLBY worth OOo for nrlme.
BDTTBR aelle eteadlly In email loti for twitw trtA.
at llo for good Central to 1314 for prima Weitern Ba
aerve.
SSBD8 Clover le oalet at 14 00. and Tlmnih. in ,nA
I.AHD qalet at e9Ho. -BOOB
eteady at lie.
OUBESE-quiet, at ft8l0.
Cincinnati Market.
ILOTJB la about aa renorterl of
balDi In moderate reqneet at 94 SO to (4,60, and very
little diitirctlon made between low extra and but to
perflne. WHBAT la taken by local (raven at no i it
iriiua a ,ii,ic nore promptly, ine amount on the
market li not large.
CORN eelli alowly at 31o for ear, and 34c for abetted
wniia worm per busn nuner. . .
OAT8 weradull at 98 He for feed.
mis li inaotiva at ovaraiLi.
BARLEY la itlll taken readilvit 70c.and haldfiAV
per oum nigner. vm. uom. jtartAlUt, , .
Philadelphia Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
PHILADELPHIA, March 11.
XLOtta dull, little Inquiry and nrlcei weak. Wm.-r
active ana aavanaea to wnite 1 35150. Bed! S&S
uoi-oia aecuntng oo, new on. WnuntT da
ollced, lb'XIU.
a
ot
agent ibbona.ia S'wl vaimtyai"'- itiee,
rUat7; - - -7 No. OT, BifUstmt,
Curt Oovoh. Cold. Boartenut. Jnita.
rua, aa v Iritation or Sormtt of th
IKroal. RtMtxn th Southing Oaugk
4n Vmtumptlon, BrmktiUt, AttAa
ma, and Vatarrh, CUar and giv
wnui w nm wvro or
Plf8L.IV MPEAKEHS, "
and SINttEtSS. -
Few are aware of the Importance of checking a Cough
r "Common Cold" in Itt Sratitaire; that which In the
befrtnnina woold yield to a mild remedy. If neglected,
aoon attack! the lunge. "Brwn'i Bronchial Trodm,"
containing demulcent Ingredients, allay Pulmonary and
Bronchial Irritation.
BROWN'S f 'That trouble In my Throat, (for which
the ' Trochtt' are a ipeciflo) having made me
TROCHES often a mere vhiiperer."
n . r. willis.
"I recommend their tu to Puiuc gtcas-
BBOWN'8
wa."
TBO0HB3
KBV. E. OITAPIN.
"Have proved extremely aervioeabla far
BROwil'B
IIoaltRma."
REV. HENRY WARD BEEOuIB.
"Almoit Initant relief In the dlitrteiinir
TfiOcrjES1
labor of breathlnc peculiar to Arrnm."
BROTH'S
KBV. A. U. JCUUbESTOFT.
"Contain no Opium or anything Injur!
troches:
0UI." ,, DR. A. A. HAYES.
ChtmM, Bolton.
"A limcle and' Dleannt eombinatinn tnr
BROWN'S
CoDoru, dec."
TROCHES!
DB. Q. I. BIOELOW,
Botton.
"Beneficial In Bitonctrme."
DB. J. P.W.tANB,
Boston.
BROWN'S
TR0CI1K9
"I have proved them excellent for Whoop.
BOWN'B
uta uoi-au."
... BEV. H. W. WARREN,
"Beneflclil when aomnellrd to iMk. m.
TBOOHBB
BROWN'S
firing fnm Cold."
; JIBV. B. X. AHUEHSON, .
St. Louit.
"BrracrOAL In rentovln Hannta uii
TROCHES
BROWN'S
TROOHBs
Irritation of the Threat, io eomaon with
Snaxxaa and Swam."
Prof. BIAOT JOHNSON
La Qrunqt, da., ''
Teacher of Uuiic, Southern
' female College,
O rcat benefit when taken before and after
BROWN'S
TBOOHBB
BROWN'S
preachlnf , aa they prevent Hoananen. from
their Mil iffect. I think thev will be of oar.
TROOHBS,
manent advantitte to me."
BEV. B. ROWLEY, A.M.,
. Preeldentof Athene College, Tenn.
BROWN'S
TBOOHBB
TXJ6old by all Ini(rgIiH at TWINTT-
ROBERTS 8AMOBL. . - -
DrenrUta, 94 aTorth niah street.
B. B. BAMUBIi CO.. .'. -
I . . 8S South High atreet, Ooluabai.O.
mirv-deodlm
,; r:
ADTIBT1SBJ1ENT.
!R1
for the INSTANT BBLTJf
and PERMANENT CURB of tb
dletreeaing complaint ua .
ENDTI9 ' :';
BE05CHIAL CIQAIIETTE8,
Hade by 0. B. BBTM0UB k CO.,' 107 Naaaaa St., If. T.
price ai per poxi atnt tree by poet. -f
OR B ALB AT ALL DBOOfllSTS .
raavS-dSiwlyle 1
Irish Linen 'Goods. '
-TTTARBANTED FABRIC
I ,l - . '1 'i "
T T Linen Shirt Bciomi
Plana and fane
ruining ana uoiom L,ineni.
7 -Linen Bheetlnga and Pillow Caitngi.
' Llaen Cambrlce and Long Lawna. '
t. !!; Linen Pocket-handk'fe, all itcea.
Linen Towellingi and Diapers,
i. -a Linen Napktai and D'Oyllei.
' Linen Table Olothiand Satin Damaiki. ' ' -
. Linea Toweli with colored bordera. 1 " r
Linen Btalr Oorerlngi and Oraah.' ' 1 '
i '- formleat lowprieea. ' -' ' ! 1 :
- BAIT c SOW.
feb?S " '. ". Wo.SS South High atreet
' - -
ladies' linea; Pocket-Ha&dk'fs."
rjEiriMEP8TITOnEDfaiBai HAND
AA kerchieft, very wide bemi. , - - ,
Embroidered Linen uandk'a all prion-
r' 1
Hemmed Stitched and plain do, do.
do do -eolered bordera.
j Mourning do ' ii, ' blaok borders i S . r7
I do - do i.i aewitywareesatltches."
nneappieao i . r newpattens. - -
Ml.ee' Plain aad Hammad Stitched do all price.
Comprising th most seleot assortasenlln th olty and
at lowest prices. r , BAIN ek BON,
, ku.1 ....... no, xv Boutn xiign street. ,
i. c - , J01TJI H WAtuUTS.' -1 v
V
A GENT FOB nONEt CONTINENTAL,
XX siajiiuttaji, BKoais-v, and lavnt vrae ma. uo.'
Hsw Voaw; llatcitAim' and crry Fiaa orgABTroao
Haw Toal Lira and Coup. ajoTOAt Lirs.
Office. 81 JUIgB BUr BTsarera Btl
s7-dly ; -is g.g x kt: .V f ' t f . tft.tr
Alexandra's Kid. Gloy.es.
tIiA1N AND ElrlBROIDERKP, WIor.
I ODITAIBB aad reanlarshar Blsok Kid Gloves.
embroidered In whit, msgenta. purple, Jto. Undressed-
Kid Olovee. siiiiei Kid u loves, a complete sasortment
of these celebrated Ulore, always lor iaie oy . ..
I - . l .'..:. i ut.. ; - . . .
i ........ I -nn ' (r i: h.im a. Mir.
IfebSS
Wo. 59 South nigh street.
TTEKBINOI HEUISINOII-BO !
H ,W. 1 ftckleeUIaiTlog in store.' for sale hy,
. i -i. atoiuta at tiKBTiBAUA.
1 n
i fabS7 ,,,-im ty-n.i li 3i,.Krth High at
i ' iivar M-irBl Pnrnani.il
tWIll BKAWDBntS. WTNI9, COKDIALS, ATO ft?
fTUBa IIUUB 0VUur wv
WM. UtDONALB, frJ Ir
, ! novS7 108 South High street.
rai.TESE TIIUE AD LACK RI1TT8
1M of elegant qualities for Ladies; a u, aUsee' Ultra
a great variety
BAIM'B.
tEARIi ITABCtf.
1.500 lbs. Wsdison, Watt Sc Co'i pure, nnoheml-
a,rni. hy - gjlll RUnTlKAUX.
KialllAUA.
. M Stateamaa Baikltaf !
I actai r ill) " 1
n OLDKN HIS-,! IHIBTS,' ii..i
Of All sun sad qualltr; also BO If 8' SHIKT8 of same
luperlot mate, ior saw oy .M1"""i.
I fW9 - - W. 9 South High street.
mm.
to
It
to
"WOIQESTER'S
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY-
The Lateit The LargestThe Beit.
Tne Cheapest Became tbe Best, s
"Tha ffloat Heliable ttandard Acta
tltarltr of the EntllshliaaiKVSife."
' 'sit, ffundrtd Emintni Xiueatori of Ohio,
THE BEST BNOLISH DICTIONARY IXTAXT."
! ' S ' . " Library Men Eeerywhtrt
"Hera are upwardi of a Hundred Tbouiand Worii.
whme mnltifarioui meaning a and derivation!, toyether
with thelrcorrect rwlllog, and pronunciation are clearly
let before the eje."
Cincinnati Commercial.
Bead the Decisions of th Member of th Ohio Slate
r i leaawrs AssooMtum.
The anderalcned, membera of the Ohio State Teaohen1
Anoclatlon, adopt and aim touieln teachina. wrltlnc
ana ipoaiine, me orinogranny ana pronunciation
Woreeeter'a Koval Quarto Dictionary, and era moat cor
dially recommend It aa the moot reliable atandard aa
uorlty or the annua language, u It la now written ana
poaen. -
Loam Ajtnaewi. Preildent Kenvon Oollere.
at. D. Ltoairrr, Superintendent Zaneevllle Sclooli
Tooa. w. ttiavcr, aup-t aiuiuon union Ucnooii
H. f. Oownaav, Sup't Publio Schoola, Banduaky
Joaa LraoH. Sup't Fnblio Schoola. Clrelavilto. -
8. N. Sxaroao, Principal Oliveland female Semloa'
ry. . , . r . . . .
WM. MiTCHitL. Sun't Fubl o Schoola. Mt. Union.
Joaa Oaoui, Principal Btate Korual School. Ulooe
aou.
Z Craci NaaoR, Principal fourth Intermediate School
vincinnati.
H. S. MaaTia, Sup't Canton Union Schooli.
Bowm ttntiu Principal KcNealy Boimal School.
Su T. TarrAN, Prof, tfathematica, Ohio Unlvenlty,
Wit. W. KomiDt, Bup't Troy Union School.
A. O. HorkMi, Principal West High School, Oleva
land. - .
S. A. Hoitom, Anoclaw Principal High School. Oleva
land
THtoDoac Snausa, Principal High school, Cleve,
land. ,
B. f nrjHiiToa, Principal Cleveland Ioititule.
J. A. OaaruiD, Preildent of B lectio Initltnle, Hi
ram.
W. L. Haitaia. f rof. of Chemlitrv. Ohio Weilevan
Cnlveralty.
H, H. BAXNaY, Bx-Oomminloner of Oommon Schools,
unio.
Jttut Moiraoa, Prof. Bhetorla, Oberlln College.
Taoe. HiAL, Pmldent Antloch College.
O. W. II. OlTHCAKT. Prof. Mathematira. ITIirh
dcoooi, Aay ton. .
B. O. CaoHBAVOH. Prof. Iiinanace. n th School,
Dayton. - -
8. M. BAaia,Bop't Colon Bchoola, Aihlaod.
iter than Site Hundred other Preeidentt of Oolle.
dee. Professors. Author and DlstlnaxUhtd Educa
tors, stave tnaorua in aoooe sentiment. '
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
Sf asictta Cotxtoi "It li trulv a mavnlfloent work.
an honor to the author, the nnbliiheri. and the whole
country.- rroiinent Anarewi.
Onto Wm.(VAatJivtaaiTY."'It exceed! my exoecta-
tloae. It will be my guide In orthography and pronnn-
olatlon. and will often ba eonnlted hy ma for ita neat
ana accurate oennitioni." rreildent Thompion.
W. B. BcLtonoOoixtoa. "Heretofore wa hevenud
Webeter a orthography. At a recent meetina of onr
faculty, It waa decided to change it to conform to that
of Woroeitsr'i Royal Quarto Dictionary." President
uarneia. .
Wirratw Bneava Cot not. "I find It worthv of
ooruiat approoauon." rretiaeni tiitcnoock.
Oiiaua Oolmoi "It more then meeta mv exsecta-
Uom. I recommend It ai the itandard auihorltvln
orthoepy to my children and my puplla." Preildent
Uorgan.
Amoca Cotxtor. "I adopt and aim to naa In teach-
Idi. writing and ipeaklng. theorthoxraohv and nronun.
elation of Woreeiter'a itoyal Ouarto Dictionary."
Preildent Bill.
"In all my writing, ipaaklng.and teachini. I have en
deavored to conform to the rnlea for orthography and
pronunciation ai contained In Woreeiter'a Cictionarr."
Horace Mann, late Preildent.
EurroH CoLUoa.GaMaini. "I moit cordially recom-
mond It aa the moit reliable itandard authority pf the
Bogllih language ai It li sow written and ipoken."
Preildent Andiewi.
SCHOOL
COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
From Hev
Anton Smyth, Commissioner of Common
. School in Ohio.
"The Dictionary la an Imperishable monnment to the
learning and Indnilryof 111 author, and an honor to tbe
world of lettera. Tbe mechanical execution la far lope
rlor to that of any other Lexicon with which I am ac
quainted." .1
From Bon. U. B. Barney. Fj- Commissioner of
actum in vmo. .
The moit reliable atandard authority of the Iaa-
guage."
WHAT TBI
Leading NwwepaperB or Ohio Say.
From th Cleveland Herald of March 38.
The orthography of tbe Worceiter Dictionary la that
aaedby moit. if not all. author! of distinction In till
country and England, and conform! to the general usage
or orainary wnterv ana ipaiKere.
Whitever preiudlcee may hava exiited nreviouiiv. a
careful itudy of thli volume will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation of III great me rite, and a detlre
add 11 to tne well leieotad library, be It larva or amalL
If a library Initeelf, and will remain aa Impeiiaha
ble record of the learning of ita oompller.
From th Oindnnati Commercial of Apr a 80.
Here are nsSrardi of a hundred thousand worda good.
bad and Indifferent wbow multifartoaa meaning! and
deriratloai, together with their correct ipelllng and pro
nunciation, are aei cieariy nerore tne aye. lne work le
nnoueitionably the greatest Sheianrui of Engllih Word!
ever published.
From the Cleveland FkUndtaltr of Sept. SO, IS80.
Evidently Woacnrat'e Royal QtuaTo Dictiorait ie
not only th last, out th weneoork of th kind merit
sued, andean by no penibllity mller by eompariaon or.
controvert.
From Vie Toledo Blade of May 23. - , -At
to raoHoirciATioH. WoacnTta ra m StAirsASo
followed by onr beit anthon; In deflnttlona ba leaves
nothing to be deiired. and in OaTHooaArar it la samclent
say that WoRcaaraa can b ufely followed.
1 ' INGHAM BRAGG,
Pn bllaliers, Beeksellera tc Statlonera,
B0. 191 SUPERIOR ST., CLEVELAND, OHIO.
mai9 ...
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DO YOU WANT WHE3KERST ; v
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE,
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The subscriber) take pleasure In announcing' to the
Oitliens ol the United States, that they have obtained the
Agency for, and are bow enabled to offer to tbe American
publio, the above Justly celebrated and world-renowned
article, -in
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prepared by Da. 0. P. BELLINQHAM, an eminent
physician of London, and Is warranted to bring out a
unca as. oi
Whiskers or a Mustache
In from three to etz weeki. Thla article la the only one
of the kind used by the French, and In London aod Pari
Is la universal use. - -. . -
It Is a beauuruL economloal, soothing, yet stimulating
aompundi acting as M by angle wpen M root, eaasleg
abeaumul grown or lumnani nair. u appiwa to ine
snip, it will ear ALDWe and eaus to spring up tu
else of the bald ipooraBne growth of new hair. Ap
plied acooraing toireonons,wiu turn ara wTowr
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leavlna It loft, smooth, and flexible. Th Kiawumrr" li
an tndlipensable articl In every gentleman's toilet, and
after oo week' us they would aot for any consideration
bawlthoutlt. r" .
' Tb&uhscrlberssr th anly Agenta forth article In
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Dealer; or a boa of th "ungoen t" (warranted to have
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Thee Wamhea atw far superior to anything ever offered
to tb publio, Mmwrotat na-nng in miusiv agency,
t can aell them at prion to nit lb limn. X have Just
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i ENOtlSn Ai(D SWISS WATCHES,
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ill Barka, Yellow
Sock, Blood Boot,
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O berry Bark and Dan-
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AnBtniKltinn. n n. An. ... m. a
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my new method of dualling, producing i deUeioua, ex-
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Choking or auffocating feeling when lying down, Drvneej
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uniiu ana yever.) ,
Over a jniuiem of Uottlea
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Or others con scions of Inability, from whatever causa,
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Obstructed or DilBoult Menstruation, incontinence of
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tne Dioom oi neaitn to mount your cneea again .
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FOH CniliDREN.
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Uordial win make tbem nealtny, rat and robuit. Delay
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Oaftioh.- Beware of Drunliti or Dealer! who mav
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Avoid such men. Ask tor HcLean'i Strengthening Cor.
dial, and take nothing else. It la the only remedv that
will purify the blood thoroughly and at the same time
lirengmmj tne system.
una taoieipoonrul taken every morning rastlnr. la a
eertain preventive or Uboiera, uniiu and fever. Yellow
fever, or any prevalent dieeaset It la put bp In lam
POHiea.
Prior only 1 per bottle, or S bottles for (5.
J.H. AfcLBAIf,
, Bole Proprietor of this Cordial,
Also McLean i Volcanic Oil Liniment
Principal Depot on the comer of Third and Pine streets.
St. Loaia, llo.
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
The beat Liniment In the World. The only safe and
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unit, ulcere, fever noree, uaiea Breasai ro re hippies,
Bumf, BcAlua, Bore Thoat, or any Inflammation or Fain.
no difference how severe, or ho long the disease may
have existed, McLean's Celebrated Liniment la a eer
tain remedy.
Thousands of human being! have been saved a Ufa of
decrepitude and misery by the use of this invaluable med
elne. McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
LINIMENT
Will relieve pain almost instantaneously, and It wtl
cleanse, purify and heal the fouieit sores in an lnoredl
ly short time.
' For Horn cs and Other Animal.
McLean s celebrated Liniment Is the only safe and re
liable remedy for theoure of Spavin, Ring Bona, Wind
galls, Bpllnts, Unnatural Bumps, Nodes or Swelling. It
will never fall to cure Big Head, Poll Bvil, fistula, Old
running Bore or Sweeny, If properly applied, for
Sprains, Bruise, Scratches, Bona or Wounds, Cracked
Heels, Chares, Caddis or Collar Oalla It Is an Infallible
remedy. Apply It aa directed, and a cur la certain la
every Instance.
Then trifle ne longer with the many worthies Lint
ment offered to you. Obtain a supply of Dr. McLean's
lebrated Liniment. It will care you.
J. II. McLEAN, Solo Proprietor,
Corner of Third and Pine Btreete, St. Louis, Ho.
for sale by all druggists.
if or sake by ROBERTS A SAHTJBL,
augSo-dJtwly 1 ' Oolosabaa, Ohle.
CAHADIAJT & USTIED STATES SAIL
. STTHAMERS
TO ANB FRO At
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW
LiYerpool, Montreal, Quebec,
tvnd
Th Montreal Ocean Steamship Company's first -claw
falMwweredOlyda-knllt Steamer eat I every Sat.
Drday from PORTLAND, earrylntha Canadian and
United Btates Man ana passengers.
NORWIOIAlt. NORTH AMERICAN,
BOHRHIAN, . , ANOLO-BAiON,
NORTH BRITON, . . HIBERNIAN,
CANADIAN, NOVA 8COTIAN.
8hrteatt Ckeapaat atnelQalckcatCan
veyaace irons
AKESICA 10 ALL PASTS Ol" STJB0FS.
Kats) of PstasaAte) to Kuxopea,
. $30l see. 8so.
Will sail from LIVIRPOOL every Wedneiaay,
and from QDBBKO erory batarday, calling at
LUNOUHAijctuix, to receive on aoaraana lane nana ana
Paisenver. to and from Ireland and Bootland.
I mThes Sleamera are built of Iron, In water-tight
eompanmenis, cariy eaca an expenenoea nureeon, ana
vry attention la paid to th comfort and accommoda
tion or Dsseenaars. as tnsy proceed aireet to Lunuu.i-
DSRT, th great risk and delay of calling at St. John's
is avoiaea. - -
Glasgow paatenrera are famished with ranpsawage
Bcaeta to ana rrom ionaonarry.
Reiurn tickeii (ranted at redneed rates. .
Certificates issued for carrrrnr to and brlcrlnaont na-
sengers from all the principal town! of Great Britain and
Inland, at reduced rates, by thla line of iteamers, and
by th WA8IIINOT0N LIN 8 Of SAILING PACK ITS
leaving Mverpool vry wees. !-. - ,
light Di-afta far t and upward pay
aaiet am acsssj sassui arvtaaa, owe
land ar Wales
I lor passage, apply at tha Offlo. 3 BIIOAP
WAY, Naw 1 rK, and 19 WaTKB X.,
A-lrerpaai,
I BABEL k KSABLX, Qeneral Agenta,
Orto-f r ;J, R: ARMSTRONG,
! aolo-lydetw Statesman Olllce, Oolumbas.Ohlo
- WM, KNABE 4 CO- -
A T
THEIH f.W JlJsf;(a.11jai is,,.,.
i. ROOM, SO.
l.VI BAMrjMOXSOT&fY
KOS. 1, 3, 5 and 7 N. aTTJTAW BTEKT,
Offer fpr sale their celebrated ,
GOLDEN MEDAL, .v
- AND SQ ARE
PIANO-FORTES. -
; Being highly raeommanded by th flnt Profeeaorl and
Musical Amateur of tn country, ana ,
BVBBT
. - INSTRUMENT -r .
I ' WAMuKTE1,0E,rTiiAM.
1 Tb most fastMloaa ewvteeaer may rely mftn being
leesed In every reipot. f: ,
Terms liberal. - WH . KNAB1 ts CO.
I SELTZER tt WIB8TIR, Ageet,-! ; t
' otarJ:lydw. . , - -r. - Oolambn. Ohl. 1
Lid
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Notice.
! ' CITY BAUX 07; COLUMBUS, '
rpHEFOLLOTSinOOHArlOES WEHE
A mad In the the officers of this Bank, January Slrth,
1861, to wit: Wa. A. Purr, President, aod Tbohaj
Mood 1 a. Ca.hler, resigned their oftor. David Tavuib,
Bsq., wa 1 hen elected President and W. A. 1'latt p-
Mlniad cashier. ..
fsbi, 1881-dtf., W. A. PL1TT. Omhter.
NOTICE.
a i.e. pKnsnNs Btwoirfivn IifFiflt
A. reVvwitob Indebted to th let flna of DOO
DR1DOB as WHITE will please eall aadastUe their
sooant,and tharehy (avteoat.
All n n , m mS mwauMi Mmsinlnt anr4!d en ins Tint
of April will be pbtoed Id th hand! of WM. t. HBXJ,,
a.tr,fTreollotlua.'A
K
x ,
sat7-AatfT , ;..r w"jtbi(
j
ii i -
Ayer s Sarsapariila
A comnoun mm a A w. . .1.. , . t
effrhT.i in :' "'J tlte mat.t
eneotual AUtrattv that can lie mad It is
etjooentrated extract of Pure Kr.0. .."
greater alterative m a. - .-.j r
reputtd to cure, it t. v-i: j aa ?
remedy !, wanted
8trous complaints, and that one whkh wiQ
nccomphsh their cure muat prove of immense
mice to this large dan of ourafflicteST
Citlgeng . How Pnmr,lotM ,!. r7'
,i. . . . - rv mm tuuipouna will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
JScHOFULA ivn finnr..n.n..'. 1 n:
' 1 a71v UOetFLilMTa
P.r.7,T V" DiaSASEs, Vumut,
OIPUILIS AND SvPMltlTlO Aj
FECTIONS, MeUCUWAL DBa.. Tl ""1 Vr
kaloia on Tie DouioDMx, DewuTT.' Drs
PEPSIA AND iTOIOESTtnw iYV?
OB ST. AtfTlIONY. Finn. LI ZaIVT
class of comulainU arisinw Am, r .
the Blood. " - ?T
This compound will be found a' (rraa Ska.
moter of health, when taken in the spring ta
expel the foul humora which fcatar lu the
blood at that season of tho vn Tii,.:
ly expulsion of them many rankling diaorOar
are niDDed in tha hurl. - M,
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves froij
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through which the system will strtvo to
ritt itself of corruptions, if not assisted-to da
this through the natural channels of fialodr
by an alterative moiliclno n,., .ul
vitiated blood whenever you find lUlmpiiritica
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions.'
or sores; cleanse it when you. find it is ob
structed and alupffkh In tl, vain a a Alnak 1.
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
i felt, people enjoy better health, end live
longer, for cleansing the Wood. , Keep the
blood healtliv. nnrl nil ! wall !,.. :A.
pabulura of life disordered, there can be no'
lasting health. Sooner or later somethic
must co wronc. and the emi tnnl,tn J
life is disordered or overthrown. '. '
barsepanlla has. and deserve mur.
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But1
the world has been egrcgioualy deceived byr
preparations of it, partly because the drug
mum, ma n on me virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to bo concentrated extracts of it,'
contain but little of the virtue of Sampajilla,
or any thing else. ,.,.'.
Dunne Into vears the nublie lmvo Tvwn snl.
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilht for one dollar. Moat
of these liavo been frauds upon the sick, for-'
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsopa
rilla, but often no curative properties wbatcr-i
er. IIkiico, bitter and painful disappointment'
has followed the use of the varioua extracts of '
Sarsnpavilla which flood the market, until tho
name itself is justly despised, and has become .
n, iuiiiiiuus witu imposiuon ana encac stilt .
tvo call this compound Sarsaparilla. and Intend
to supply Rticli a remedy as shall rescue the
name from the load of obloquy which rests J
upon it. And we think wo have ground for
believing it lms virtues which aro imsiatibls
by the ordinary run of the diseases It is Intend
ed to cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should -be
judiciously taken according to tlireotiana on
the bottle.
rncPAHED or
DR. J. C. AVER etc CO.
LOWELL. MASS.
Price, $ 1 per Bottle Sis Dotal ft $3.
Ayer's Cheny Pectoral ;.
ha won for Itself such a renown for the cure cf
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that "
it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the '
evidence of its virtue, nlicrerer it has been em
ployed. As it ha long been in constant use
throughout tliia section, ire need not do mom than
assure the people its quality is kept np to tho best -it
ever has been, and tlmt it mny be relied on to
do for their relief all it haa ver been found to do. '
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,'
FOB THS CUES OF
Catlivmcu, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Dysentery, Fotd Hlomach, liryttptlat, Headache, j
Vila, Rheumatism, Emptiunt and Sim Diseases, '
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, 'letter, 2wwor and
Salt Rtetm, Worms, Gout, Xetiralijia, at
Dinner I'M, and for Pwifjina the Blood.
They arc sugar-coated, so that the most seuai. i 1
five can take them pleaantlr, and they are tli
best aperient iu the tvorid for all the purpose of
family physic. v . . f. v
Prise SS cents per BoifTive boxes for flOtX
Greatnumbers of Clergymen, Phvsiciuns. States
men, and eminent pcrsonaRot, have Uut their
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of tt.u,e
rwraeuies, out our space ncro win not permtt tho
insertion of them. The A raits below named ffir
nish gratis our American Almanac in which tliey
are given ; Willi also full descriptions of the nWo
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure.
Do not be nut off bv unnrineinled dealer -tviili -
1
other preparations tliey mako more profit on
Demand Ayek's. and taka no ot hers. lh i-W
want the best aid there is for them, and they alioiiM
have it. ........
Ail our remedies are for sale by ,
B0BIRT8 nt RAMtmil flalnsahu "
And bv Draityjsta and Dealer everywhere.
Dof;ifa,iwaw
MBS, WI1IOLOW,
An aiperieDoed Nun and rmM PhyaWaa, prewaui
to the attention of mother, bar
SOOTH I N O S YRUPi-
rOR CHILDREN TEETH1NO,
which greatly faollltataa th erooss of taethtog, hy soft
ening the gams, reducing all Inflammation wU allay
ALU rain ana spaamoojoaoaoa, anal f
SCHE.TOHEOCLATB THE BOWELS.
Depend Boon It, mothers. 1 1 will glv rest to yarlvs
and : . . -..-,,(."! "J
BXUZr AID HEALTH SO TOtTl tXtiMst. '
W have not np and sold this article far er tea yean.
and CAN BAT, ID CONflDBNCJI AKD TROTH, at It,
what w hav never been able to say of any ether mertl
oln NBTBR HAS IT FA1LBP, IN A BINfilJI INST
ANOB, TO BPFBOT A CURB, when t laxly urd. Hv
r did w know an tastaaa f daa"1'"" in by any u
whoosedlU Oa sh aontnuy , all an delishted with It
optrallona, aad speak In term at oommeodaikia of tta
magical efteets and medleal virtue. W (paak la asla A
matter '-WHAT WB DO KNOW ;" after tea yean erjmy
rienoe.AND PLKDfJB OUR BBPUTAT1UN FORTH!
lULILLUBNT Of WHAT WB HERB DB0LARB. I .
almost every lustaoc whar tb In taut la eaflerio from
pain ana exhaustion, reiier win M roana in biib er
twenty mlaatas altar UMgyrap 1 admlnlattrad. 1 1 i ' I
Tbis valuable prenaratlo la the pmerfpttoa ef one 6f
tb most RXPRRIBNOBDaod 8K1LLPUL NCR9BS la
Hew Bnsland. and haa been wed with HBVBB f AJfc
IN8 SUCCESS In "rliiio.
TUOVSANDSJ OfClWtV-ir
Itmttuly relieve the 1M from pain, wt lavlgaiv.
ataa the itomaoh and bowela. eerreots aeldity, and glv -Son
and energy t th whole system, jit WUI aisaoat to. 0,
wantly relieve - '
6K:P.B& XX THZ S0WXUS, AID WIN D COLIC r
and orarooaM eonnlW aa, which, if awfadlly miia.-.
died, end la death. We believe It the B Est and 80R--BrVT
REMBDT IN THE WORLD, Is all ease ef UTS
EN TERT aad DIARRUOIA M CHILD RB At, wWthee
It arises from teething, or from any othew aaaaa. Ua,
would uy to avy meOaerwhohse ehlld snffertne from
any of th foieagoli' ompntnt DO NOT LET TOIIE
PREJUDICE ml THB PRBJUDICBSOI OTUBRS
Stand between yoa and jaar MCartog ehtld, and tha re
Kef that win beau . AaeouuraLi aona 1-
ollow the se of Ihtamtdtetna, If tlmly ased. tall di
rection for ulna will osompaiy air battle, poa
geoi
ties
ulu ularn th fko-auBlle of CURTIS PERKINS,
Vark. la oa tha aataUa wrennee. . .1-4 ' J R
HnM k. all TjrrUta Ihmuhiisl lb WSTld. ' "
Prl clpalOtric, IS Cedar Btrwaire.v.
PRICE ONLY S5 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
(MrrTTkwly. ' ' ' '
GUEnrJSEV'S
1-lSinOf'Er1 APID
PHEVEITJ IB"
AV
a.-n.rina and naln. and heal tu wont bars, A
soald, braise, sat, or fresh wownd of any kind, r-iwveata
swelling end pala tram be alln, masqail bltta, and . I
uonooe slanta. srtaralrie, rbeomatlua, aew ta ti l
areut, eall rheum, t. Wbea taaea tetemally, tt will ;
positively cat nnp biehlMren,and fire imawllsta
relief In the worst rase of thle tarrlbl eomplalnt; iv
removes koarsenem ad sera threat. Prtecs SS fi
bottla. tboaldbiavry bms. yor saler-v iftuf-
gists aad BoflMira. iavis tn.-
Pel Propritf, If. 1 IpvwM at., t tci 1' urk;
atMrlAalvai
W1
Ull'ai 1A AiAAiai AA-a J
WEW BO. 1 WTTITI ma, frem las Buron, fa
-1 I?
- SJ
ttiM., Half and UiartatBbL P.k. la cm -'.. tta.
aaa HoAKdAKioTIbAt-A,
rf.v .'.. " M, Krta t-ijli sitl''
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