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WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 90, 1861
The Adams Express Company places ui daily
i, under obligations to it for the very latest papers
ironi tne eastern ciuee. - - 1
Tho American Express Company has our
thanks for, its daily favors In the shape of the
very latest eastern papers.
Tsiinino Senatorial Candidatci. . Yester
day the Schmck men in the olty "eonceived,"
v- to nse the language of the Journal, "the happy
i ldoa of recognizing the presenee among us of
the distinguished ' gentlemen who have been
' ' balloted for in caucus for V. 8, Senator, by
serenading each.". This would naturally eU
forth a speech in response from each of "the
'distinguished gentlemen," end the friends of
Schinck were eager to oarry out the ' pro
gramme, under the happy conception that brains
, must ' win in the raoe fur Senatorial honors, if
i". allowed an open field and fair play.
. Accordingly, in the evening, Goodm art Band
"' was procured, and
"as matter of coar
a prbcesslon formed, which, at
4s Proceeded first to 'the) f
residence of bis Eioellencj-, Governor Dcnnison. 1
The Governor briefly responded to the compli
ment in his naual dignified and rhetorical style
. " " The wandering band of political minstrels
. .. next called upon Hon. John Shirman, at the
.American Hotel, who returned thanks, for the
honor done him, but his remarks raised no shout
x j, ing and iuveked no musto at their conclusion.
It was decidedly a cool reoeptlon. Sheaman did
not show off well last evening as a fast nag.'
:' The "man of brains," RosertC.Schxnck, was
aext serenaded at the Goodale House. His re
sponse was received with enthusiastic oheering,
artificial Indeed, but nevertheless loud and bols
... terous- Schenox's friends seemed determined
that the brains of - their favorite nag should
have due promluenoe last evening, however low
an estimate may be put upon them by the Re
publican Legislative caucus.' "
,vTo give the greater effect to this display in
; tended fpr the especial benefit of Mr. Scrcnck,
it bad been planned that his speech should con
clude the exercises of the evening.' But lo t two
newraoeraon the Senatorial course appeared In
the ring in the persons of Hon. Benjamin Stan
ton and Hon. CoLUMsai Delano, both of whom
made speeches. :, Mr. Delano was, the last
who spoke, and to prove that he had
the best chance : for sueoess,' quoted that
, passage of scripture which says, that " the first
ahall be last, and the last shall be first." If
Mr. Delano had known what a depreciating
. luuueuce Vne presence oi a Kepubiican JLeglsfa-1 other
tare is admitted by the Journal to have had up
- on the cause of religion in this city, and how
k ..I ii ' .
.. ,ua (trewuicu toe apriDBiog up oi a revival
our midst, as in the cities and towns around as. I
k..ll- ..J . Ir
-v... Huure .uripiure o an
audience composed mostly of members of that I
oooy.. u was au-unlortunate allusion, and
seriously damage bia prospects. If any he has,
for a Senatorial caucus nomination. '. ' 1
' Th Child's Garden. Kinder atrii.
Child's Garden, Is the name, given by that emi
nent German educator, FaiaoaicH Fro. six, to the
new system of Infant training which be inaugu
rated It has superseded other svBtems of In.
ant instruction, on account of the unnatural and
exbausting stlmn.ua they give .to the mental
faculties. Faotskt's system consists of a series!
of large, well ventilated, well lighted, and
pleasant rooms, opening upon a spacious garden ,1
. e " a . .. .
with a pUy ground and ploti for each child to I
nnlll..,. TH,. .MM..- k. r .'. I
uiaj in nvm imi
montba to fourteen years of see in a large ee
tablishment wfth; Suitable attendants. They
pass from three to five hours a day at the gar
;', dens'.",,. The teachers enter with ardor Into the
plays, counsel the little ones in their games and
, gardens,, and tbe little children in turn delight
to witpon;th.m In the care of birds and
flowers. No corporal punishment is allowed; I
exclusion from a game, or from the gardens lor
necessary. r r r- n t
Faoonit. devised many games and exercises in I
his course of Instruction-,; The child is taught I
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anoonaclouj1y,andasamatterof pastime, the
various qualities of natural objects, and tbe ele-
meats of the natural and mathematical sciences
He ik Instructed, while amused, in the arts f
drawing and building. . Gymuastio exercises,
which serve to develop aod strengthen tbe
muscles, are Introduced as nlavs. . The most
advanced and successful Child's Garden estab
lished by Fsossti., la at Dresden. - ' !
Not by . way ;,ol an advertisement or a putf,
bat as a tribute to the ciuse of correct infant
training, de we mention the fact, that Mir.
. j .. . :. i
. t aANUNine, trained by the celebrated Faasai.
'a., .,.,taJi. A-a:i ..v. .s. I
uiuiaeii, m nis vuuu e uaiuea at uresaen. nasi
a few pupils la a roprb on the south side of Rich
, street, a few .doors east of High street, whom I
she is training on the plan of her great master.
nr. . j ,.. ....u,. t . . 1
" I . ! "r"
suns patronage oi our cuizone.' 'iney oouia not l
do a nobler work than 'to take measures for en-1
1 it. 1 ,i
'pjnci a r
t 1. 1 1 i.
Woicisna'a School DicriortAay. The tdl
tion of Worcester's Dictionary designed as a
, ,, manual for schools ' and efery.day use,, is as
comprehensive as could well be desired In a
book of the kind, and forms a well printed and
substantially bound volume. Beside the Dip
tlonary proper, It contains, In addition' to tne
miscellaneous matter in the Royal Quarto edl
. tion, several other artlolee calenlated to render
'', K mottri yaluftble jtpr; habitual reference On
the whole, we regard this sohool edition of
Worcester's Dictionary as a, very complete
-and suitable work for the purposes Intended. J
. ..... " ';,', "
' ' Coear by Cohhor rLiis . In the case of the I
" StAttiV. Sim'cox, the Jury fatled to ; agree, add
1 ere discharged,.
u :Ia the case of the Stati y. Owin And Cath
Aiiita &uniw, the Jury rendered a Verdlot at
noon to-day, of "Qulltv" as to Owir Olknmon.
assessing' the amount stolen from Mrs. Job"
fEaatTat $315o A verdlot of " Not .Guilty" wis
rendered as to CAtaaaiNB Gunron. Th coun-
sel it (Jwar ' AtsfNNoti moved tor' 'new tolal in
hiseas. .rWi, '
The Court were engaged, at Boon to-day. In
thotr'iardf JoW MoFArLan6,' ihdloted for an
:isau1I! ni6n Miiamo.i'uhlnttntto mur-
viSH''7'.' f .i-i.'Jln-t ' L'.i..'M i v.,w itfin.T j
t.? Tt O. P. r'iLLiMO Ur. Beside th six pris
oners mentioned yesterday aS having been
brought to 'the Penitentiary 'from Cuyahoga
' county, on Monday last, there were, on that
day And eveulbg, four brought la from Hooking,
' and three Irom Ross county, i
JaitsiAb Cacoht. Through th vigilance of
i .Offloer Fhlantv Cool and Giixwia, WiKi
soa Boswauai who,"sm flr r sis niohis
slpte, made his escape from th boanty Jall.irM
yesterday caight, and returned to bis old quart
ters. Hi is cagtd for grind larceny ,
LOCAL MATTERS. Arrivals and Departures of Malls
BiJf1' (r N To,k 0M Boston, Albany, Baffal,
PItuburgh, Steubenvill wsy. 01svsbd7zaneTlll,
Mtwark, Granvlll, Washington Olty, Baltimore, JPhlla
u'Pbla and New Orleans, slow dally (Sundays saoept
ed)at7 o'olook p. m. . T i
A throne h mall fnr Nm Vv i1lH.lail 1mm
dally (Sundays excepted) at 1 o'clock a. m. )
0. 0. As 0. B. H. n il.ll.i,. S.n. 'flnndavisi.
oepted) at 1 o'clock d. m. i
Central Ohio Way Hail elOHidilly (Sunday exctpttd)
i o'clock p. m.
Oinclnnatfwv Mall closes dally (Sundays excepted) at
1 o clock p. m.
OhicStfO. Tlnhnnn.' lUlimrt. aTarlnn knit Wnvthln..
(on Mail cIomi dill. (Bondavi exoentedl at 1 o'clock
Malls for Xenta. BnrlneAeld. Davtoa. Toledo. firncln
nail, Indianapolis, Xouurrllle, Bt. Louis, aod Detroit, I
cioees dally (Banin exoeptea) at 7 o. m.
A throaih mail to Xenla. 8nrlnirflald nrt ninMnnaH I
viuwiBakiiyiouuaajBvxoepieajailOOlOCKp.ia. 1 I
Urban, Piqoa, TUBn and Cnloo Olty mall oloeea dally I
tssths'jijs ...... ..
PortnaoDtii, WMbiogton, O.H., Athene, Marietta and
. .rriBoarga bu eiote ,iawy (euodayaexeepud at 1 1
uauuicioeesaauy(oBnuayiezeepUd)at 1 o'clock
AWmwitui toWeito Mkik J.,
daily (8undare excentedi at 11 o'clock a. .
Villi trnm V. vn,b n.... Tvt i. .iv.i ; , n I
ik wiuiiiwuioj dc. uoau. ana au
"""""' oiuea, arrive Between we aoi
and 4 o'olook a. m
ure of S o olock p
IadUoPolu' Chle andbo,,,riv. rf
lie. Newark. fltAnhniii- v.am .v.. I
a? ' il i arrive at o'clock p.m.
Way Hall from Cincinnati, arrives at X o'clock p. m.
But Way alall over the National Koad, arrives at 11
OfflM d.ihr.r.MN Z1a il-ZZ . a.V- v I
wen mm dudiu arrlvee at 1 o'olook p. m
Urbane Wav Mall arrives at 8 o'clock n.
sh Hall arrlvee at 11 o'olook a. m.
JOSEPH DOWDALL. P.M.
Rail Road Time Table.
trrrw Mum At OotOMTOS XnriA B. B.
. ... Leaves. " ' Arrives.
Aooommodatlon.J...,. 6.10 A. M. 0.15 P, M.
S0-"" 8.30P.M. , 3.30P.M.
Mghti'prets g.is a.m. . 9.45 A, M.
Ouvilab, OoLoaaos At Oimoimsati B. B. 1 ' .
Izpress and Mall. ......3.00 P.M. ' 1.40 P.M.
Might Xxpress ...3:25 A. M. 1:. A. M.
OnTaALOmoK. B. ', , ,
zpress Train w.,., 9.00 K. M S 30 A.M.
AUll Train 1.40 P. M. 9 KO P. M.
PmsBcaoH, CoLcascs At OutcuntATi B. B. 1 ,,
iprets Train 3:00 A.M.
Mall Train 1,40 P.M.
OoLDMBna h. Tstnt a Ma av-iv vei Xt 11
Columbus, Plqua At Indiana's. B. V
Izpresa Train 8:10 A.M.
Express Train 9:45 P.M.
9.30 P. M.
Foim a Line! Dr. Belllngham'i "Stimula
ting Ongnent,". so famous in London, Paris.
other European oitiet, seems to be gaining I
similar reputation in thia country. Wo fiud
jt..,.. , ' I "
1. nafl Decomean indlfDengfthlA art.M fntl
r " S
toilet In all our lanrecitiea. Mwr. Hn
Hegeman & Co., of New York, now have
nli,. . , . , . 1
entire American market confined to them, sold
we give their advertisement a place in an- 10
As a sure snd safe promoter of i,w
ooiumn. as a sure sna sate promoter of u
lTJ.u0ndbTdt limVm "ticle
to stand about A 1 . All onr young men 30
be glad (o learn that thia oelebrated pre. or
n.t;n u ... u.a .i,t,i .u . .1 . The
w ..u.i. HI.II TOflU HI l
wonderfully low price
PiasowAL. N. Gundershimer has ln.t
I turned from the east, where he has purchased
one of the finest assortments oi. Cloths. Canal
meres, and Vesting of everr eradend varlT I
ever offered In this market. He has purchased I
hli anl ilnnlr nf A.a h.iul. M.I.I.L ln Li-Inn.
... ..... ..u.., .uiuu .ui eusqie
him to sell as low as any other establishment 4th
wese ui iue muuuiaias. ne naa secured tbe ser-
vices of tbe well known cutter Mr. Rnhart
Spurting to take charge of the tailoring depart
ment. . Those desiring the best of material sot.
i ,eD.nP in th. 'Ateat and besMty le of cut and
j He baa also a full and cdmblat atcv ir
Gents' 'furnishing goods, all ot which has just
n. ,Vii . P.atteTM' "ar1s the
wsaiaauK wuuvs acaia iu aaa ismstu.
A ... . . . , ! I
laVfAVA ant tAWalll aUlaMVAkel arAnk t Z7 AI A m Jt J I
OI..I.."- ".:. V I J .
.v..uiuB acH uuueiami tw uaau, bi prices toi
suitiueumea. ... - i
, iveianuuw su pinoe, no. jx oouiu nigh i
"" uvr nurtu ui uooaate nouse.
Cooohs. Th e sodden changes of onr climat
wwwiuroceioi roimunary, oroncniat ana Astb-1
matlo Affections. Experience havlne craved to
that fllmnla rfemAdtM nftan anfe .analtTw ..J I
certainly, when taken I. the e.rlv stas ZrtZ
disease,., recourse ahoald at once be had to
f'uJr;7 w xienges, let
v., vuueu, ui iiiiwiiuu vi ilb 1 uruu ot I win
ever so slicht, as bv thia orecaution a mors s. her
rions attack maybe effectually warded off. 1 68.
fublic Speakers and Singers will find them ef-1
,eow" ior e'eMln8 Md strengthening the and
,u.iiireiutiii. ur wuuitnue I alter
and retail, by Roberts & Samuel No. 24 North
High street, S. Samuel d; Co., No. 85 South
High street. . . ,
Goon -We met one of onr friends yesterday
on Broadway, and were astonished at the change
m tis Appearance. A few weeks ago we saw
?.'? wa. Ple ,w ??..aeJe?M1 complain.
ing of weakness and debility, bavins been ao
afflioted all summer. Now he appears to be fat,
healthy and strong. We learn be owed his res
toration entirely to McLian's Sturotbininc
Cosoial. .. ,; ',. -. i-
We advise all who are complaining of Gen
. i n-.k....
pleasant remedy, we learn that there are large
Quantities of It aalllna? dailv. Afnr.i.A trmU I
: a - ' i ,
-.I rjAhiiitw tn i7. uE'Zr.rJ- L- John
Z r. 'IZ H'r."
Mosaorro BitmaiidBsi STiNM.-TheeeMe or
ordinarily very painful, parUcularlv tbe Bti .'
D8- Guerneev'e Balm will prevent any swell-
ine or Dain. ana vou will nercsiva no bad efTMta
from the .UDg of those inseoto.. Try itl I '
.. . 1,,., , - - ,, 1 1 son
ITR. KiixrATBiox, No. 165 South
IBIIT.e W.Cnna. Tin. d..lw ' flnnlr. IB(1. IT
.." "i --nviwi v.ww.., . wiim .
and Plated Ware, at prices to suit th times.
" 1 'I I .
ST See advertisement of Prof. Miixtk
Hair Invigorator in another column. 1 " '
T ! oi ft' 1 A t.'tn? -t f I ... ; Iff
.'I . ' , ' JTJr., .Xd
NEWARK MACHINE w6llKS,
i- tf ); K1WAEK OHIO, . t I f i
natiTi facta rer f sill kinds ef Per
tatl Hiaitnairr Hteam F.n
alaee, Haw inille, Uriat iUille,
LAXS BODLSYBtatmi B. jf. J3UJTD TitaUnt
-tf. J. B. DXJYXLh Statmlll COLCMBVS
KACB1SS CO. Stakntllt BBADIQBD
a V. I.,'.. .,;fiO JlAafen .,
t " , Our PbrUbl Xocrls and Saw HU1 '
Was awarded the first prsmltua of M at tbe Indiana
Stat Fair for lsso over Una At Bodley's ea aeeeonl of
Prlc, Ughtnesa, almplidlty, conomy lof fuel
and superior character of lumber sawed. ;
'bm Katlonarynvihe wm awarded at the samt fair
She first Dneaiaai ot .um.. . , " wvmiw nu
tlo 'af w: " Phtai of
f loo at tn. Fair al Uenipiiii, Ienn..m.. m...i.'. ru..
vaU'S, Ool.mbas Machine Oo's., and Braiifnrd ik flnV
by a tommitte. of practical Ealtoa3sn '
lerprkM and terms addraes ' -
decd-dAwlyeols. Kewark, Ohle.
Rail Road Time Table. TELEGRAPHIC!
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
TH IVACT7ATI0S 01 POST BTJKtllB OR.
DEEBD AIT AMISnox Or run . nava
AGBEF.D TJP0H WITH '.THE SOUTHEBsT
i vuaiaiBBiuiiB thi QVLT TIEET 0K-DF.EED
HOT TO KOVX-HAJOB AVDXIU
bub WIUID "AID OFT, AHO TO IEATI
wn oo.iuj.uax AKKAJBAI IECE88I0N OB-DliTAKCB
DJFEATED IMPORTANT PBE8-
CB4H0 TBIUMPH 1BT BnatTMOTO. v. 1.
an . - 7 .
- 'I W, ' - . '
From New York.
20 Tha ToyoM Wash-
injrton disnatoh ;,.:. m,i"
M 'nstrnoteds the commander of vessels off
An armistice Of ten davata otbA ttnnn ha-I
'ne oouioero commissioners and the Ad-J
utrwt Uharleston duinatch. atTSi P..l
,V ,, ronomuw nnaei a nag
Mtrnoa thiB evening, and paid off fifty govern-
mint an1rl!n.. ,
-viuiu! uuuer mBjur Auuersoa, ana me
An armUtice of ten davs Is aereed ami be-
COmmAnrl to i 11 1AA k- . . . r.i. i.t.
ine southern confederacy will be recognized
francs and Srln. - , . I
SJ1" . en upon the extinction
UOmmanda. TnoTaham anil l1..,, YT.Mftn.
have left on secret service. , . f
Home exoitement was oecaaionnrl he tWa an- I
pearanceof a steamer from the North about I
UJ er" Tne "teamer Exeil left to reconnitre.
"The TVinua. ....r..,l Hk,,.,V... I r a I
Choi;. f p;.,
. .weeMsxiaa VI aaaaj UUUtU aUIWlVIUJ
mission. v It i MM-i: flinM Huiam! R
- en aeP"Te? 01 oommunica-
Geo. Webb has declined the mission tj Tur-
NewGranadian advlAa nf tha R,.h .,.,f ,i..s
airthe prinslpal town, are in seeiioof 1
wuuvisii.uu iu laiwma Qflieuon iai nn.
grass, ftt Bogota, re made priwnerfl. ' ;
"P. Cl Sohnra accepts- the
luriugai Mission. ,
ogg, of New Hampshire, ie pressed for
NlW Yon. March' Qn Tha TV... ....rl
Lander Is pressed for the Governorship of Ne
vada, Burlingame to the AustrUn Mission, and
wcurj luvor uavia 10 KUBIla. r .-, , . .
Crittenden will undoubted! h tnt k.
vacant Judgeship.. ..... ,
jjimiiry naa been reoalled from Nicaragua.
Patent Commissioner. I
WJ Urj Aie-r I nrK l,ellPniIr. 1st harnteaa tha I
Cabinet ' t I
RrrimrnMn. M..nK 10T1,
' " VUlllullblrCfJ OD I
tederal Rfllatlnna tn-Ha -oTvasi-AiH tiia tiBHKM.j I
" VS WVl IU UIUUVICU I
Amendments to the Constitution. Itla Frank,
"r'!.!LU'e.flw b,liig the expression
0,1111111, lueieau 01 "persons I
to slavery," the rights ol slaveholders not
be impaired by Congressional or Territorial
PreM au?B '? or loo In territory
w.h.vu, M1.4U11CU. .AUTuiuuvary BCTVuuue, ex- I
' A r"r-""B w ui nmico mierritory
min., but shall not be prohibited by Congress
DT Territorial legislature south thereof.
third section is verbillv altered tn, .nnt.. I and
K,-.. '.I," .:-" ,V"
better security of property in transit The
section DrohibiUthelmnorUtlon of aia.ua I
from places beyond the. limits of the United
[Conclusion of yesterdays despatch.]
Richmond, March 20. Eighth. None of these 1 "
da paragraph of the Sd I
amendments, nor th.
section of the 1st article of the Constitution. 1
,k. OJ l . e . . rt i .. ... '
r w .imrngrapa oi we xx section or tne I
4th article thereof, shall be amended or abol-1 of
isnea witbout tbe consent of all tha State, i I
i taxation question was debated without I
. ' Mr, Randolph concluded his speech. I
after which the first and second resolution, iff
19. Mai. aonclurl-
nis epeecn in tne Convention tnis morning, I
majority report of tbe committee on federal I irom
mlatlnna wpfa ntAf1. tha Amp with I
7 r-wep Avaaavsy WU VUI UUS I
...it.. ..Jil I
'.."' - .ovuuu uu.uiuiuucj... , I
Mr. tiongn movea to amend tbe second reso-1
lotion, '-that, wlshmg to restore peace to our I vr
country, we desire the federal government to rDree
witnaraw its troops irom tbe forte now occupied I
them in the seceding State. " Th. am.nii I be
ment was tabled and ordered to be printed. ! I
mr. uost oriered tbe following aa an additioa I ew
the 3d resolution; .nrl In th. ant f . ... I
fn..l nn.,K..M Q... . a l. . I
n.l1. l"Ji . '1' which
border slave States shall decide to change their I lWn
relation witn tbe general government, Missouri
1101 Hesitate 10 laae oer atana in lavor ofl
Southern hr.thran Tiat .... 00 ....1
. , ' .
Twocr three other amendments were tabled I
ordered to be printed, which will come up ?"'
tue resolutions ara DaMea nnnn.
WASHiNordN,) March 19. The, Commission
. D1...1. t.. nr ... rr
W,.V " m, uaines, , at Vnei
Frankfort, i .. -
trsfrom the Southern Confederacy expect 09 Bt,
answer to their official eommonieaftons for ten
twelve days. , They feel confident that in th.Lh,d
meanwhile there will be no collision, or change
the military status in the seceded' 8teto..!L
They have -telegraphio assurance from Mont-
gomerf that ample, arrangements have been
made to avoid trouble at Fort Pickens. "
Tbe following named gentlemen, it U under- il
stood, have bee. nominated for Poetmsatev.:-
Cbaslea Howl has been nominated for Colle
Lockwood, at Milwankeei Sidnrr H.. VAn
Bonnhewt. at pitth.irffh- wma .1:
of customs at Key.Weet; Benjamin O. Far, I
.' " f """ -
X' m ' 0 - " "nwm .Ssndwun ;
"'r"r' . . . ; 1 .
UTe. beB '""warded to, M.j, Ander-
to evacuate cumier
. . J. I.-.. AJh
-i-i. J . . , , .
avuswiiifca sua sue eeeession lets.
Pensaeola advices of th 18th inst. represent
matters there still in statu quo. . ' I'
Win. L. Yancey, the Confederate Commis
sioner to Europe, is in th city. - - - ... r
The Convention to day took, np the perma
nent Constitution.. There was some opposition,
it was postponed."' s . n. t .1
The Governor has signed thsbtll to transport
troops' and arms in the possession of Louis
to tne iionieoerate government. .y .m i
Th ' Legislature i wllL adianrn : airu din nn
Thursday. ,j -a; uijr4,iinA, i ..
"" ' V "lie
Niw York. March 19. In the 'muin nf flaw.
Pickens, of Booth Carolina, against th North
Atlantlo Steamship Co., lor losses of barraee.
verdict has been rendered for tbe defendants.
. J, .... . n , .. ..
a uispaiou irom savannaa says tbat th new
ships seised ther have been released, in
eonsequence of the surrender of the arm seised
the New York police. ' 1 . ;
A dispatch from Washington aava R. W. San'
la appointed Poet Master at Memphis. A
is apprehended when he takes the office; he
objectionable to a large number of seces
eioDinta were. : -i , j ...
Fear Esaknbt, March 19 Tbooaoh of the
California Overland Coaoh Express passed her
11 A.M. '. -4,
Dxnvia, March 16, Th organlo aoi of our
territory was received yesterday, and gives gen
eral satisfaction. , r ";
Mining prospects are brlghSenlnig. J Th ma
of the mills have water to ran -all or :
portion of the time, and some of them give aa)-
tonishing yields, , 1 " ' - ;,
Looisviixt, March 19,Tb last rail n th
Louisville, Clarksvllle and Memphis Railroad
be laid to-m6rrw?.ij t i.ij itUs.ifv."
Ex-Governor Helm's letter In the dariir
advocates the Union of all- th Slav States to
prevent civil war.,',";:""', '' .!- ,
Th Secession Ordinance has been defeated
th Arkansas Convention, by a vote of 39
against 33 Jeas.'' 1
i. i " . - . . . y. -i
Niw Oslians, Maroh 19 Xb steamer H,
front Cuba, bM arrived with- advices to
15th Inst. ' Baslness was more active.' Th
receipto of. 8usr were daily Inoreaslngj the
was !4,(W0 boxes. Th news front th
United State, regarding th alteration la th
tariff, created som sxcltement.
Glorious Democratic Victory!
Bdiluiotow. N J.j March CO.-. At th. .1...
tion held here yesterday, tho whole Democratic
Union ticket was elected br about 1000 main.
lty. This la a great gain over the opposition.
li..' i i n , j
, Van Bdsin. ( Ark.) March 19. Tha n.nnl.
are firing thirty-nine guns from a oannou dug
op on the battle field of Trenton, to the honor
of the, thirty-nine members who voted down
the ordinance of Immediate Recession In the
Arkansas Convention to dav . . i ,, ; , ; -
1 m?ro ao.-tive deaths molted
ironi iae are in noiuury, yeataraav evenlne. bv
iL.l , . " . ,
ilia 1 1 a mam nn nvi ... aw mm .habm i. . .
dow.'. ' . " i.i,,. , ,
result la hetnff celhra.tl at WAttternrt1ia
y nring rockets, musio, ,ana other demonstra
.-w. - ti. i
I niv uileahs, marcn 13. lot town or New
port, Florida, was set on lire orr the l5th inst ,
I I - i- . i . -. 'uov ,
I ena ouiireiv aesiroysa- " liOSS f 1UU.UUU.
TK B If Nti.mattn Ml ' ;n.
takes no SDecle. ...'! .: ,
r.u,n.na M.K 10 Tk. .ili. '
aeieatea to-day br a majority of 3.380. Tha
result lg beine celebrated at Wentworth'a offl.A
I ana hnn
8?aiiiaiKii), 0., March-19. The Court to.
Am nnn.ni it.. ..i. ,k. a i uu r.
Vernon & Pittsburgh Railroad to F. A. (Lane, of
York Cty, attorney for bondho.ders. , .,
U. S. Senate—Special Session.
W ABH1N0T0N. March 19. Mr. Donolaa'a
olution was taken up.. , . . ,,
: Mr. Clingman thought the policy of the Ad-
rntnlatpallnn e Ib.i r.t ... K, IP.k
r"""" " "eT vm JMwaja,W s I US ei.HUDI OI I
tha AdmlnUtratlon wm nrtnt tn hr Ks. u f
" " a?aDorae'. "a Kon? Madl-
-- . -.D..U. .wuuuei rccaiiiDK
ah h nt . Ann .ab.ii .1. . . c . i i
8olP of war, and asked, tha reason of the col
lake possession of the fprtaof North Carolina .
r--r i ,. i
..Mr Clark rPIled to th Huibo about the f
7.u.u8 ..uau wu.i .ppcarea in me ID-
ugnua.l, na ?DUemen ,n the other side could
lection of snch a large armament at New York, I
air. urimes said no vessels bad been ordered
irom tne mediterranean. ' - ' , .
' Mr. CIlDgmao. said there could be no doubt
that troops were being thrown into distant sta-
hods, a number or snips were taking in sou
plies. , He bad received Information that heavy
guns and reinforcements were going South to
put their own Interpretation on it. .,... , I that
nuvu uvomvus BUUUIU nnt I U
know What the loaugural meUDt. Thecoantr?
L.. iL. 1. L 1 . . - I Ail
uh .ue riga. waauw wom to expect, tie could I j
SR"-'1"'. 01 '-Bl. While
IHL'UI UU1ULOC LU WB.T . . . . . I
M.h.U .. M 1, t.- v..
-,aio u at-uvy auuro WUftl lofj 1
AflmlnlatPaitlnn InfAriHofl ti An tkain M. ri! I
W UW tUBU A1A1 VtIJaf la
man. He (Mr. Hale) had no corresnondnc .
wWly 01 in writing, as toj any step, of
r"" k'"'j pyvinimcot-. - 1
Mr. Clingman thought if Mr. Hale had not
bwn consulted, the Administration
w" 01 statesmansnip. . . ,
a.wcu m, luai., iiaueuterj DUt he
ucrv iu roproBeue ui. oiaio, noc me Admin
istratlon, but presumed be sbculd sustain tbe
same relation to it tbftt Mr. Clingman would,
rise to ttive his cordial armnort m .n .,.'
,U -..-... kl-U
measures which may commend themselves,
(Hale) would endeavor to do tha nn..j
'hereby belong to tbe same party.- (Laughter.)
When the Administration takes a course con-
to the interests and honor of th. l-nimttw
should not have his support.' He presumed
"esiueni oas inagment, prudence and
00ttrg to stem the storms assailios the shin of
Ci.i. -.J I.. -jf . . . "
ovugue uu unce ouuiae toe circle
bis constitutional advisers. ' . i
Mr. unandier said tbe Senator mm IT.rfnoV.
history of Pbaroah and Mosee.
yesterday made a remark about blood-lettine,
nd ca'ld it bis (Cbandler'e) dootrine. He
not toe antoor of tbat dootrine. It was
distinguished son ef Virginia ami
. ; . -- . wuv. ucuiuviTi
tbe latter was then a Dart of th. f.m-
alluded to Jefferson. The doctrine nt th.
irrepressioie conniot" was illustrated In the
Ken,nck? argised in favor of -abet
dODlQfif thfl farta..and Divinv nnik.
. ' , . O' ' C ,w MKLCIUUIl VU
.riiA.n. tha la. . J . U . ... K
- ""? '"'"was UODC
".eniucay win go out oi tneuuion. The Sena-
t O'sunion platform had been repudiated by
munons ot voters. The people have
rBUUereu "eir veraict, ana tne question cannot
reopened. He believed it
Dner was raised In Kentucky it would find but
supporters m mat gallant State. , - j
Mr. Breckinridge exolalned that in m. 1..
markfl ri. .af0..ait is L. O nn . . , . .. .
Uw s. Ith TuXn t ,T?
'bout blood-letting. 1 As , to Jefferson's
D8UBK w not applicable to present af-
' ' '
Mr. Simmons offered . a
Douslas' resolution. He flnoka in f..n. n9 1,1.
propoeltion, and, io reply to some remarks of
Cl,in8mn h be wan notdisposed to
bn, (of the a(,luUor7 b". "i T: . "!
.k2r." ii '""8'wwon bare and elsewhere,
tbe seceded States back. He presumed
would be sick Of their experiment within a
Mr. CIIngman-.Tbat remains to be tested. !
"ST," "J! T" W ",U,ln
hfrti w.w Pol,it,oll- He
?.mor.! ,d thst ,lh 'Administration coo-
mZth.n A 01 !, ny
"Xratand .ifi9 ? ?8tUng 10 b WU
"nScnritood 'e South, and ience new Issues
Lk.W. .liu ftde,.nd ,! Pm'"""
:a, b 1 v to collect revenue,
Cm Jl . C 8 v "Z '"iives will cease
SA'T? neM; , H.be "sred the Presl-
Sft" ,n SLa P4.cln ntenUons toward
!?os "y rresiaent ever bad.' Hebe.
but fof the agitation here and elsewhere
would go about their every day avocations
iiiXeol1Te '"oo-.t Adjourned, .ltwij;
- , ,
, fTkrn tut r a. ic -vif: r J
ki; ' '''
ki l"'r'J .l) ir.tnt l..'.!i
HiAaaiaaaailai 1 1 ill ej a. A Ata,
PaVW. Bfil ,tM t,T!,. -.nVJ ! t I
. i ... PBTfir a '-a wn
1 lfil , i
' ' ' 77 1
i in. inn biiib inaaiiBBi I
il!1 mannfaehninw Sewing Machines arebb-
IU uaw mV MnM el liOeaMaka. aa,.uk K a.i ,
tn MJa J,i.S?5' H:-r
, i" - 7, ,, Jr,'u" "BO"" correct Ute-EfTnUi-fSJ11
nlliM toant bave oktahied the
u&iiZrZZZM m mcamn to th .r
w i"1'!.,.'"5:lilM a J
1 M' 'IwAs 0...i..Jl0,sj. oiii
. O i OroverAtBsker.,...,..,iuift,,,..
Showing the ssks ef Wheeler At .VllsoV to a OmbU
of any other Oompanv." . ' ,
Awarded the highest premlnms-at the V. 1 v
i United States fairs of ibS, IBM Snd I860; : a
.-alsoat the -
I . Ohio State valre ef IBS and 1801 .
aaAataeatly all tha Onuatr f airs in th. fliaiaj
Srlces, at the lata Minu.m i. ' ..
!hliI'.l.?""r1?-Dd ! higher th
ew ence wkjcamks, now
upon the market. ' ...TT'u.TV
WHIKIiKB Ac WTLBOrf MAOItlNI makes he
Sticw the only, ne which cannot be raveled. It
V. iimnv ui xii-u .a
H7ii anuunn w
litWrl.WrllmtafAm i Mw. r2 m..7 W
, . vkvisa aiuaaV, JIOClD
Street, Between State tiifJToWn.
tHF-'otD cAKRlAtlfi ,vrwvi
SHOP lectin rnnotng, and although (Sr VV
Breaiareol late years has set hM.ii.lv tL. L
apoaberrnnnltureears. she Is still tnrn..
out those splendid 1'HAtroNB, KOOKAWAVB
PltUiOB AI.BKKT A Sillf IINrt 0Vt land MO.'S
BUUU1BS, UAKKIAOH8, BXPRK88, SKKLETON
vfimV hackT ?ACK)N8 SoSwI
gheou'thrd wT Vtrrf,
Vamcit. We oan sell Mot To BosaJisj i tnm
liitoe45.. Ol ..t. .1 . ..,
Vlsi lean be furelsheA with any smMnt of work at
nntlee. and at prices lower than can be boaeht any
tn the Weat.i Second hand BnT!rieuken 11
ahanffornewwork X h ., ... i . .TT " "j"
done neatly sad at short nollna. Tan
on If root, between Stat, and Town atreeta. Oolu-
wleaUoaa will ressr. nai .it-iu.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, March 20.
FLOUlt rfmlon of ir.'. hV: murket a hada Inner
and more aodve; mlenot 13 003M)le atS 10i 15 tor
aupenine oiaie; ?z xofogia tor extra Biaie) i imai
j u ior Bn.eione wctiern; rtK3-0 for eomaoo
to medium extra Weitern tS SWS 0 for rtipplof
onouB extra AOUDQ lloODUnio. uenaalAn nour IB nrm
aaa in lair deraend) ealee of SOObbls at 3 S56 73.
YK VLOUlt-Hiteadv attl Mu4 10 for oommon to
WHEAT rtcelpU 1,110 of buth; market quite firm
ior ieo, ho a inaae Detieriorwnilei lair export demand
i . 1(1 n , . . . . . .. . . "
h.rb i i i ii , im mi an bb m an'oa . ih ma mtnaaM
tHat SS for Milwaukee Club; ft 31 for winter red
I " iorwnii vhiiii; urn u
TB aoiet at6336S.
i nitiLAi iraarai.ua.Bue
. reoeipie nene, market a tnade better, tale of
. . '
; OATi-mora aoUrs. 33aMtfo for weitern and cana-
PORK Situ (12 S0312 75 for prime.
BRRf oalet. until ealee at 9i10c. -
CUT MBATB tUadr. '
BUI IBB In fair rtnoM at 1(Vln fat Ohio, and 14
wiwiiar riaie. . ,
017BB8K eteadvat BdDlue. for common to crime.
WHIriKY-Mioll and Itronnln.. nlanf iOD hhll.tllTU
OOryEB-iteady bat quiet; 200 bogi Bio sold at 12
BUG AH dnll and nnchanfed.
MULABBBB quiet, ealea of 20 hhda Cuba atuicarado
blOCKa dull aid heavv. and rather more lower:
money still In good supply an dull, at 6 peroent on
cull; Bon ihern exchange firm at 106V 07 for broker'e
Mill i 0 At H I S73tf i 0 At X 34 H; I 0 acrip S0)i at B IS
oo no qooico ;nu o, arte i; rao Mall eaM: liar
m i w o- nmidHi ran iioh: u u at uu: i u
bondt 100; Oh wis let bond, 39; do 2d bonds ISM ; Ban
4 Bt o bonds 45; preferred do 76; do 3d bonds 80; Hud
J" b0,,d mX: ' i' 88; Mo 6'e wx; Tenn 7i; va
78; H Y State 0' li; D 8 i'e 74: Oounone HUW: do
.uJ, coniT 'LET ..-."SSL!
redartlcle. and hare been taken fr.al.at tL fa. . I
. . . -- ' -- " i
oommon, to 77Xo for strictly choice. Molasses 1
ramer smsgisn, out Held very Bnnly. Ins large wav,
Solders (eneiallv decline to tana tha mrn-nt nrii-xu
33c cypress anp oak cooperages. Small sales are made
ana orders niled at these figures. Coffee Is steady at
11)40 for fully fair, to 14s for etrlolle nrlaie. Lonr
(raaes range down to 1'iXo for Inferior. -There
his been nothing to disturb the tenor of the
Flour Market as reported of a week ego.i Doting the
last two or two or three dava there hava lM.n htt.
bbibs ior small oraera and to the c It. lobh hi trada. h,
?lfw,'.,0t. calculated to produce anyohaogeln the
i.aiiutiUif qu ui mariei HaMrnna rsuii rrnt
4t50 f itrM from M to i W; Vtmi? ud
IdsrdouoUtlon. Tha amount on the marke. la ll.ht.Vml
""on snch is ihs rase, millers cattail thsir wants, so
the prices mlc very even. Prime Whlwb quoted
Tid ahlANl has win Amnmw.A t..m a,. .k .
Mconequeat)ynbett4jrliilae than Ear whtn dm-
e7..l WLU 1 .,, . . " .
w eiioa, iuiDiroriaiaicinf meal for
th,oSt!rMS ha r-.n
ata.An .a no , a.i ... . . " . "
.'7' 7' "I " ' ,n.I'T ''.' "
v-vmw 7v rarnma, Hiiq mey are uflld UrtDIJ at SfiOi
BARLBT va ouola at S In-mv th.n h.. Kiik
J 1 " " ' , " " '""'
S.' fiH1 "- 'tadiaionitto getovsr osofor
brk-i, dull and i.wer than' w. last quoted it
u.ii ruu tic lower loan we last quoted
were mads to-day of prime quality delivered
WUISKT-etlll rules at
Cin. Com. March. 20.
few llfrht sales were effected at previous rates. I
' HAT Unchanfed.. Dales 2 ears white at 91 10,
..... w icu .,.1 in.
OAT3-Dull. Bale of leer at Mo. 1
; HIOHWINB3 salciof SObblsst 15. v : I
W. H tkk lelea aH a I a . a 1 1 a
rangi;ratTd" i;." " " "ra" "nU
oUOut-BBM-dnll. light sales of the
B90 8 steady. Silrs of 15 bbU at lOo!
uuaisfjs 00 noticeable ehanfre. Hales of H00 lbs at
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
PHILADELPHIA. March 20.
."?.t xit. Whbat firm. 5,000 huih. white, at
, ol1.;"' 1 Ooan-ttrm, sales 6,000
a?,!?'??870 M" f"-ll7 8517 50. Wbit-I8
W I HJi
T , ?T CHl7t.EHa at Cl
innaU,0hlo, snd to Maria Battler, Thereala Stiller,
Sl?'n ot,!?.r' ,,owph Johann Battler,
Phltellus Battler's widow, at tne town of Pllier, in
Tiro le. Anuria:
ion are nerehv nnlin.il ih. v. .a.a. w.aw
.... - " ..... mwm.m
r nxAKajM, A. D. lgeis Charles Friedrieb,
Rxeontor of Joseph Battler, deoeaeed, flkd In tne Probate
Qourt of franklin oounty, Ohio, a uetlUon. ayerrln. th.,
D a ttr ,Apri1, 1853, "14 inVh ul". "-
y wniien contract to Betina
Binder, sine. Intermarried tn and n.w th. ir. u t.v
ael Zohnacker, certain premises, to wIL- nartnf Bin..
iKi'i 11 "'.i0' Col,,,nb,. Ohio, more fully de.
. -.. k.ii.iuu, ior ana in eontiaerauon of seven
hundred dollars to be paid br aaid Bejin. Zehoaeker
fire Installments, aa atlpalateit in said oontract, on the
1'hi.vmw, voi.nt 01 wnico saia Joaenh Haiti.. ..mi
convey said premises to said Begins Zehnaeker In fee
mple, by general waranty deed; that said Joseph Set
tler died before tha completion ef said eontraot; that
since his death aaid Regioa Zehnaeker has made payment
full of the balance due on eaidenninni ih. ...
ocntor of Joseph Battler, deceawd;and asklnR for an or
der or Bis said Probate Court aaiborlxinc and dlreetlnt
blm, u such executor, to complete said eontraot, and
behalf of the heirs and devisees of said Joseph Battier,
deceased, to. execute a deed of conveyance for said pram,
to Slid Begins Zehnaeker. anr,iin. h.
sUpnlatlonsor said contract.
The applicalion therefor will be for a hearing by said
oourt.on theBlhday of April, at 9 o'clock A. M., at
JJm!: """f" ,,n Aow to ft aontrary, an
order will bj asked as preyed for In' said petition .
.. , , .. at DBE8EL,
Colnmbni, Ohio, March 12th, 18411. ., . '
Covington Bail-mill Company.
Tins ejoMPAN m IS NOW PttEPAR
Cd Wlth-the beet new and bntumj M..hI..M .. an
orders for rerolllng Bailread Bare at tbe hottest noties,
tbe Hill has Ihe capacity to torn out 180 tuoa a week.
In rerolllng Railroad Bars, one third new iron is added
the old, to mske a Ball that will not laminate, sod
Insure a perfect weld. - y e . ' ' . . ,
Street Hail road Bars can alio ha furnished, of any pat
tern reqaired,:and new Railroad Bare of different lenatht
and sliest jf r , -. r-.-. e ,-
All orders shall receive prompt and careful attention,
and as none bat the best materials will be used. In the
hsnds of skillful workmen, th. Company hop. to litre
entire aatlafaeUon to those who Buy favor It with their
custom. , i , $t . . . , . i
... , ; , t, , ., B JUCHASAJf A. BON, Agears, ,
j . i - ! Oincionali, Ohiol !
- - ' ar TO ' r L ,
W. It. Clement, President Little Miami S K. Oo. I
John X. Levis, President Covington and Lexington B.
OO. ? . . ' . a , .,..(...
Captain IfcClellan, Buperlntendent Ohio and Ulatls
sippl Bailroad. .. n . t t
. L'Bommedlea, President Cincinnati. IlamMtoB
Dayton K. K. . mhWw3
that be has been sued with others la th. Superior
Court of Franklin oeuaty, Ohio, by Ueergo A. Btlcht Ihe
-. " ... muowiog ueeoriDM real estate, sit
nate in Franklin oounty, Ohio, to wit: In the seoond sec
tion, second township and seventeenth range. United
States milltiry lands, berinnlne 1. tha rm.. 5. a. Sll
road from Westerville to Oalena, on William Blaua-htart
..v-.. tuu. ana v unss ton stoa. on
. Dixon's line; thence south along said line, 56 rods and
U?k' i? L'?B (?te" int' r.) lMes In dia
meter. K. 80 dg. B. distance AM links, and thorn bish
loc ta !". 68 deg. west Bto). jfc,
west 88 rods to a stone In the centre ef said But roa?
thence north 18 deg west ! rods; thence north 33 rods and
mu w in. pi.ro u ininoiug. containing one hundred
andita-o acres and 91 23-IUU roda of eronnl m.. a. Si7.
the pay ment of Fourteen Hundred Dollars whlchlls a
there-on. In caes of failure tn answer or demurrer
or before the 80th day (3d Saturday) of April. A.ID
1861. plaintiff's petition will be taken aa a.
nnl BVnrfakivHle)rtv1inrrlar . gxvrk. nAuri.i "
. .-H-w..a, . Vilti O VVn
Columbuf, Ohio, Feb 19. 'iejl." - ' . PfcW'wSw
Whoiesals and Setail Dealer In i
Foreign & Domestic Cigars,
Smokiup; ft Chewing Tobaooo. I
Also, It bsst quality of UtflTl oaataatlT
......tt.ni. . :. fc.-A. .
DTCountry Merchant are lavltad to call before par
chasing elsewhere. , f f ;s e t ' j
NO. 4 EAST THIRD STREET, ' ' '
Bet. Mala and Broaewre,
nortl wflm - CINCINNATI. O.
s i lua
Law Notice. NOTICE.
HEKEnT GIVEN THAT I WILL
pay all ontstamltng orders on th County Treasury
order Nn. AST lo (lOUilnelusIr, hatted frees
Uku... .iAa I.1..H iuiiii . . . . ...
vavwu.r,..wir, .v np .., law. ' mat A Will HI V all
uimaod Ing orders lesued this year up to date. , i
, .vjia-i.: -i. , Jituu ii bh I
Hatch B, 180l:l(dA3t Treasurer rraVkll. do.
l.MI ft. Madison. Watt At fl.V.M..iAL
Pearl Btarch, a superior article, received la store
ear by aljKll At KaSTlIADI.
eetVl 34 BtatesBiaa AaiMtng
StreLgthcning Cordial aod Blood
TheUreatest BetaiedylN The
. EVER TAREN.
IT IS STaiOT
lv a ecientlfle and
.- Vegstablo Oomponnd,
prooarea ny me ditm
ition of Boole, Herbi
and Barke, Yellow
, Dock, Blood Boot,
l Bareaperllla, W I I d
unerry vara ana vin-
delloa enters into lit
IkfOff Taklntire active' rcmerlWaftCf Taking.
enS-erlnf and deMHUted INVALID to
ncLEAN'M ITBEH OTIIENINO
Will Sffeetnally au
L1VBB OOMPUUMT, S7BPBPBIA. JAONDIOB
Ohmntfl or W.rvAne Tt.MI(t. .r ,k. rt.
" arums irom a ajooraeraj i.iwr or Btoa
Shm ? 5r" f
t"llli and Fever.)
OTerat milll.n of Kettle.
on wiaoanpg ue lt tlxmonttu, nd In no In
ai.i. ..j.i ij:,..,'-; r.
.uu uwii hiikhioo, cuann DroancM nv rairi na
Ikl. n II-1 , . l . a, . . . . , ' . . ' '
principle of each Inaredleiit Is thoroughly extracted by
my aew method of dieUIUng, produc(n(,a deUcioua. tut-1
hlleratlng ipirlt.and the mo-t INFALLIBLB remedy for
renovating the dlxeaeed eyitem, and reetorln (bealck,
na A LI 11 and
ach, ByeHHa, Ucartbun., Inward Pll, AoMltyir Bkl.
boss of the Stomach, Vullneaa of Blood to the Head, Dull
pain or iwlmmlns In the head. Palliation of Ute Heart
tullneuor Weight In the Btomach, Hour Bractatloni
Choking or inffocaUng feellna when lying down, D
hoi uie BKin ana It 7 el. Mgnt Bweau'Ia
I. Pain in tha email oi the huik. mhmt a m.
Sudden yiuebee of lloat, Depression of Bplrlta, rrlghlfai
Dreama. Lantrnn.. 1)MnAnH.nnw n. .n. Vww.H. TM
?" or Blotches on the Skin, and ferer and Ague (oi
Will find McLean a Btrenetheulnr I
regenerator of the system; and all who ey have Injured I
mis Cordial In tha diseased, debilitated and ehatramd
nerrous system, whether broken down by cxetje, weak by 1
-1 v. .".p.nou j BwaDcee, uie reiaxea ana nnstrune
KrnnltDlInn ! -'-.. ... . I i i I i ... . . .
e I..WIGU mi 1 m priBuoc neaiwana vigor.
others conscious of Inability, .from whatever
dial a certain and speedy remedy.
To th Ladles.
McLean's Streiistlienias Cordial
Is a sovereign and speedy care for
INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION. WHITES
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Inoontinence of
Urine or Involuntary Dlsoharg. thereof, failing of the
Womb, Giddiness, fainting and all Diseases incident to
. Ther la no Mistake About it.
Suffer no longer. Take it according to Directions. II
stimulate, strengthen and Invigorate you and cause
bloom of health to mount your cheek apain.
Ivery bottle la warranted to give satisfaction.
- roil CIII1.DHEN.
If your children are sickly, trnny, or afflicted. McLean's
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robust. Delay
a moment, try It, and you will be convinced.
IS DELICIOUS TO- TAKE.
Oaotiow. Beware of Dramrl.t. n. Ilnln ri,.
t palm upon you some bitter or Bsreaparllla trash,
they can buy cheap, by tayins it Is Jast aa good.
snch men. Aek tor McLean's BtrengthenlngOor-
, and take nothing else It la the only remedy that
purify the blood thorouehl and at tha .....
One tablcsuoonful taken aver mnrntn. f...i.. i. .
certain preventive of Cholera, Chills and lover, fellow
oranv Dreralent riimam. nu..i i. i
bottles. ' ; -.-r-.-K.--nr.
Price only SI per bottle, or S bottles for S.
, ' .. Sola Proprietor of this Oordlal,
' Also McLean1! Volcanic Oil Liniment
rnnclnal Denat on (h. imm.. .r T, i.i j di.
. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
The best Liniment In th. World. Tha ni. h ..
euro for Guhm. Piia h .m.M .. n..
or tioltre, Paraiyals, Neuralgia, Weakness of the
vuronie or annammatory Kheumatisa, Stiff
of the iolnta. Anntmrl Mnwi. r
or Toothache. Rrnia... tn.; U7....1. n..k
Ulcere, fenr Sorea. flaraA Dul a.
BoaWs, Bore Thoat, or any Inflammation or pain! I
noduTerenc how severe, or ho. long th. disease ma
aalatnA. u.l.... n.i.i. fi.; TTr I
TBousands or human beings have been save a Hfe ef
oy tne naa or this Invaluable med.
deorapttndfl vnd mi re 17
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
reUevt naln abnaat tnria.iMnn.i. ..a i.
i. maa nrm' ne rouiest sores la an Ineredl
wwi una. , t
lor Horse and Other Animate.
AfcLean a eelehratad T.lnl..n. I. ii,. ..t. Hr. . --i
remedy fur the cur nf Hn,. njn. n.. di.i
Splints, Cnnatural Bnmna. NiuImh. h iiin r,
neTer fail to cure Big Bead, Poll Axil, fistula, Old
, Bores or Sweeny, If properly applied. For
nrunwa, Bcratehes, Bona or Wounds, Onekad
Chafes, Saddle or Collar flail. It ( lliuki.
Apuhp it aa directed, and a euro I. nnrlal. I.
trine n. Ion rer with the manv worthless I.l.l
offered to woo. Obtain a annni. nr n. u.i...
. iimiineni. at wilt cure vou.
J. H. McLEAN Sole Proprietor,
Comer of Third and Plna fil a, r-i. u.
sale by all druggist.
sale by EOBIBTS At SAMTJIL,
SQirSld&wlj , ; '.. . , Oolumbua. Ohl..
CANAMAJI & TOTTED STATES MAIL
TO AND rMom
Ldverpool, Montreal, " Quebec,
- and. '
If on treat Oeean itaannhln rinn... a,.i.u
uiyaenuiu eteamer sail every Hat.
from PORTLAND, oarryinglh Canadian and
Bunas aiau ana passengers.
RORWAOIAS. NORTH AHKRIOAIV,
NORTH BR1T0U, - HIBBRN1AN,
CANADIAN, ' ' NOTABOOIIAir.
SUartest, cheapest andQnlckcatCaa
. veiyance Iran . . -
AMIEICA TO AU FASTS OF STOOPS.
Kates of Faaaase to Europe. '
3CJ, 66w 880.
Sail fno LIVERPOOL SVSrt Hri.daiai.Jaia..
from QU1BB0 every Batnrdaw.aaiiin.;
LONDONDERRY, to raoelve on board and lard Aiailsand
ras'iCTgei, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
ITpThese Bleamera are built of Iran. In wat-li.ht
eoaipartsants, carry each an experienced Surgeon, and
attention la paid to th comfort and accommoda
of passengers. As they proceed direct to LON DON.
ilif ,a Itak "lay of calling at St. John's
Olairow naseenseni ara rnmlahMl with
to and from Londonderry. "
Asiurn iicieis granted at reduced rates, i .'
issued for carnrlns to and hrlnln.m nu.
from all the principal towns of Great Britau and
,.,,1l,to',"h,c,, ntc3 h'r,h,, Un steamers, and
bytbeWASUINOTON LINK Of BAILING PACK ITS,
Lirerpeol every week.( , .- .
Draft fer t and npvrard pnf
ablelaKaalaae, irelaaa. scat
land ar Walee.
ovasMgi apply t tke Offlos. C3 RKOAII.
New ark. and lit WATACH NX.,
L.lverjeel, ., .....,,,
SABEt ft BEABIX, eeneral Agents,
to- J. R. ARMSTRONG,
Statesman Oflloa, Oolumbas, Ohio.
HOWARD & OO'S.
at no. ss, sotjtiibigii st..
vaaita auiuey vai satatakv t k
AMERICAN WATCHES, !
nanursctured b . HOWARD A 00 . ttaatna
Wstches ire far superior to anything ever offered
thepobllo, heretofore. llaring the exeiusiT agenrr
sell thm at prion t wit lb Usmb. I hare lait
il a sai-assa atsuear nt-
annniaoHreu ny ArrijETUB, xaiCT, At CO i also. .
aeBoruneniQf i mt'u;, .(( ,
ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES,
In Sold and Sliver Cases, at Panic prioe.
.' -.i; S- y... yy. j, ATAOa,
i.l t .
HATING, ON THF f)ttt INST. rFIt.
Chaerdofl. B. WKAVIH hii eottre stock f Dry
at No. 103 Hlsh Bt.,' with the riew of ehaoglng
location, I will sell until tbe But day ef April, with
AT COST FOR CASU,
Urea Bilks, 'rinse. Button. Trimmlnu.. Am.
giguied atetia, D Lalnes, Bhawls and Cloaks,
BefftrdleM cf Cost!
BfbSOdla . p. r. woo.
AVei S barSclDarilla
A eomrjounfi .m-.. j.... . .
I effectual wflfavaWthTZTt "T
ao combined with oth. .., f.
greater alterative Bo ..7..
tive antidote for the dia " -II.
reputed to cure. It i? TXedTat alt "
remedy I. wanted by'thSl Thoill
ccomplh their cure must prove of tm,nm
Citizens. How comnlornlv el,,-, .r. j
Scnortaa and Scbotolocs CoxptAitrra.
Eruptions and Eucptivb Diseasbs Ulc?bV
D0il AlAAO, Siphilis Ktf Svpiiu.iTio'Ar
MOTIONS, MsBCDniAL DlSEASB ll.mp.v V...
BALOLi OB TlO DoDLOtmBnT f. ' S"1
v.mti i t 'oulo,'Il,!0i. Dedilitt, Dia
I o : -- ".iin, KisiriLAs, iCoaa
OB ST. AxTIIONT'a Pinw anrl l.A.A .CI ZT7,'
I clasa of complaints arising from Iufckitt Ur
THI iiLOOD. - - -
Thia compound wiU be found great pro
moter of health, when taken in tlie aprini to
opel the foul humors which fcstey in the
blood at that auionn .r.l.. . r. .. ..
ly exmilsion of WZ,Lr . ' ?
Jrl " JS'1a t or ne rnany rankluig disorders
7v "'PPJ,"1 the bud. Multitudes Can. b
? of this remedy, snare thempK-i f. nm .
entrance of fox eruptions and uUmua
sores, through which tha avtem will atriv t
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisterlto do
this tlirough the natural channel, of tho-boJy
oy an alterative medioinn. n AAnaA naa Ail. -
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting tlirough the skin in pimple crui.tiona.
or sores; cleanse it whan A.,.r 1.1. -u
structod and sluggish in the veins j cbnnseit
whenever it is foul, and vnnr r,r,... :n ..n
you when. Even whero no particular disorder
is fclt, people enjoy better health, and livo
longer, for cleansing tho blood. Keep th
blood healthy, and all is well; but with this
pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or lntw anmn,m
rnut go wron. and th oti.0 7
"to is disorderod or overthrown '
Sarsaparilla haa. nrl ALZU 'u V
..A.a as ' . -ve c HIHUI, IHBJ
.r""iurt ot accompiutiang tlieae end. Hut
the world" has been egregiougly deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drui
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
ior it, but more because many preparation,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of BawaDariUa.
or any thing else. -
During Into year the public have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to givo a ouart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one-dollar. Aiot
of theso have bcon frauds upon the sick, f.ir
they not only contain little, if any, Sarattpa
rillu, but oftun no curative properties whotcv.
cr.. Hc-ncc. bitter and
. - I weMasSfrssvaasUAAVJU.
lias followed the use of the various extract, of
Sarsaparilla which flood tho market, until tho
name itself is justly dc-piscd, find has become
synonymous with imposition and client. Still
we call this compound SnraparUln, and iutend
to supply such n remedy as shall rescue tho
name from the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And wo think wc huvo ground for
Iielioving it has virtues which are irresistible
by the ordinary run of the diseases it i 1 intend,
cd to cure. In order to securer their complete
crailicntion from the system, the rcnuily h)ioii11
be jiidiciouly taken according to direction on
DIE. J. C. AYEK A ,c1 n.
Price, 1 per Dottle 1 Six Dottle, far $3.
Ayer's Cherry: Pectoral
has won for 1telf aiich n rciiotrn for the'eiii .f
evory variety of Xhront mid Lnntj C.miiim Jut, that
is entirely iiuntcoaaury fur us to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherever it bus been ctn-
, n o- uccit in eotistant nse
out tins section, nn nnn.l ..... .1.. ... .1
assure the people it, m.ulity u kept up to the boat
tTer..h? "P"' ",1l "'"t it mny be relied on to
ior uieir rcuof all a Ua over Lieu fouud to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pilsf
ron tus cuas or ,
Co,iita,n$, Jm,,Jix, lma, Judigatlm,
"it"-, Homnch KrVsilah ;,oVif.
ilo, RlieumalitM, EiiyilwH mi SiuM fJiteatrs
f ",P''", I'W.'f, Teller,., nor m4
Rlmum. Wurmt. . Haul, v...-....;-
Dimier r,U, n,idfm- Van f ,,;, ., m,U. 1
They are siignr-cnBleil, so tli:.t Hie most aensi
Uve can take tliem j Vnmlv. and ther are tl.e
npenent in the world for all the mirpese of a
family physic: -.it- ,. l,
rneo 25 cents per Box ; Tivo bozej for Sl.OO.
Great numbers of Clmrr
and eminoiit perionajres, hire .tie ihcir
naraMtOCCrtifv tho nnnnrnlli.lf-1 ...-.. i. .... .
remedies, but mur spnee here wrll not pennit the
insertion of them. Tim A ... u.i.... i -j , .'
u .. : - v . , m-iun iiuiii- n in,..
prntisour AMKittcAN Almanac in lii. h tliey
Riven: Willi al.o lull rf...rinn... , .... .... ...I
comuliiinLi. and lin
r '-a !-Si AlleAei atluTtllQ Bv PT'
for their cure. -Do
not be nut ntT lw nnnrLnir.uj
1 -I'aevsv.sjSKJu .jr.fsni V
nrcnarntinna i hn
y j envy tfisAVkv muro. uroiiT art.
Uemand Ayku's, and take no other.) rJ he rirk
the hctt aid tlmm iv r. ,i.. .?
it ..ui, mm iucv anuniil
All our remedies are fur role by "' "
HOPITlTfl Mi aaaiTTMT. n.i
Ba.Pl'lrlaAd Dealers vrywhera.
experienced Nun and renal FHyaldaa. preMnt
to th attention of mothers, her , -
SOOT HINO S YRtTP,
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING, . ..
greatly facilitate the proeeai of t. thing, by soft
nlng th gum, reducing all Inflammation will allay
FAIN and spasmodic action, aod to
SUKETOHEUCLATE THE BSWCM.
apon M, a others, 1 1 wlU fir rest te younelve
SJSmt AID EIAXTH TO TOVB niTAXlS.
5,.7'J",l,p an t ttit artlcie for ever ten jean.
V,nv!.nr,r" been able to lay of any other medi-'-N8VR
HAS IT TAILED, IN A AINOLl INBT
ANOB, TO irgBOT A 0UR1, wbe. tlrely Med. u.
did w know an inst, of dissaUifaslloa by any m
used it. On Ui oontrery, ail ara delighted with It
operations, and apeak la term ef eomnrandaHoa of II
eSecta and medical .trtaie. We apeak la thai
2rTn.?;.IISPJ"H" 0DR PDTT10NrORTtlSl
"ULlLLaBNT Of WHAT Wl UBRI DAULABB. I.
Try InsUnos where the Infant la suuerlng frees
and exhaustion, relief will be found In aiiesa ar
m Inula altar thoByrap I adalstoMred.
This valuable preparatlna Is th ereserfritlos tt one ot
moat XPAHIKNGbVaad flKlLLU'L NUkSag la
Bnglaod, and has bee. used with NAVhlt f All
- TMOOSANDS OrCMESr-
Itnotonly relierss th child from pain, but fhvtlro.
the itoanch sad aowete, eerracts soidlty, suit urn
snd eaergy te th whole system. . It will almost ha.
6SU:ie IaT TEX B0V1LS, AST) WINS cetM
ENTERV and DIARRHtKA IN CHILD RhM? trbthe
arler from teaUilng, .r tros any ether u. W
say to Try mother who has. child mir-rin. frna
i"!.,o.U' ""ItolOf enmplalnt DO Hot LKT Vn(i
between you and your.irrlngchiM. and th. .
that win n BURAV-.eaoLurLy oLi.a
th ne of IhleeMdleliM, at Uaely aasd. tail .
for asing will aoouaipsny sarh bottle. Bone
nnUss th falmil. of CDR1I8 Av HBKlMa.
York, I on th anuria Wrapper. i
Bold by all Druggiaa threoahout Ihe world. ' -
Principal Office, is Cedar Street R.T.
PRICE ONLY 95 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
et(74ftwly. ' . . .f , V ;
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS.
mad in th thsonlcreof thle Uank, januar ib.
to Witt Wn. A. Haw, PrrioL Ti
Cahlr, neigned their fflees. Dins TaTaoa.
was the elected President and Wsj. a. Pfcavw ao-
By order of th Board ef TMreolom I '
IKil-dtf. w. A. PLtTT. CaahlAr. .
t Phalo." Bstaldlibment, W. 1 .,) tm '
New Kork faatiional.) tHisrlnf, ituir
Bhampaonlng, Curling and Dresiinsealooo. v
Street, . Ih Pt uiiioe, where mil.. ,
yieea in all tlie varioa bmnrtH. 1 .
Children's Bale D renting Ao lo Uie best Sto.a.