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it forth var latest Daoers
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very latest eastern papers
Notice to titiiicniBtRS.-City subscriber, to
tha Tiallu Stateiman. who may change their
dwellipgs cr placed of busines. at this season
of tho year, are requested to notify our carriers,
or leave word at' bur countiDgr-oom, of the
places, at which they wish their papers left
MncilWATHiH.-We have had for tne last
'i twouty four hours a rare speolmen of what Is
imiui Mnr(H wAnthei'." Eirlv Hast even-
, . . . . ... . mA .a
; lug, there arose ft driving storm of wind and
rain. Windows and window shutters rattiefl j
boards and other lieht articles "lying arouna
loose" Bew about in all directions. The aerce
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tempeat relaxed Its fury in a snor time;
continued to rage, In . mild lorm, at interval.,
' Wn.n.h th nieht. . I
, .wwHMV wn , ,,
. This forenoon, we were favored with an exhl-1
' hltlnn of mtnolad rain and Snow. But just be'
. fr noon. th Mork of the weather shifted the
m. .nd let down a oerfect avalanche of fin.
t,iw ... Mnn ahiut In cu-
rlous forms ln.the air, much to the gratification
i x L-i. a Mi1Av!f orl Inn I
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- damp ana mnaay oosom o muiuer c.nu. .
' The weather Is still unsettled, weeping clouds
Hire hanging over ns, and every now and then
drooolnc fresh tears. A Strong wind la .till
blowing, reminding us that March 1. improving
the nresent opportunity to give n. a taste ol trie
Qualities our ancestors were wont to attribute
tn Mm. knonlns that his "time is Short."
'J.' A'L'.'. r. pi..
judge Batis adjourned on Monday morning,
the. 25th Inst.; and tpercupon d oupenor
Court Judgo MATKiws-commenced its Spring
Mention was made In Monday'. 8latemt of
a Bar Committee appointed to report a rule fix.
log Monday of oaoh week as the day for hear
ing motions, aud directing a Motion Docket to
be kept-' This Committee was appointed in the
Superior Court, and not in the Common Pleas.
. . U-r At . uieveiana, a tew eveaiDgi aiuve,
when Mist Vadohn was civintr one of her
Shakeaperian readings, a mouse - suddenly
'emerged from his hiding place, startling the
visitors from tbeir propriety, and causing the
'nreoioltate retreat of the ladies. Hie mouse-
ahio artoeared unconcerned, however, and after I
a cool survey of the audience, returned to bis
hole. '.. . "' '' '
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UJ-We BCO W BUOOUDCeu ma. muiuuu wu,,
put op a stove pipe without f.ny profanity ex-1
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preseed of suggested, act oeeo lonnu , uu u..
oomp, ba. secured blm for exhibition in tne
orinclDai lowr.o ana ciii9 ik to biu u n...
draw better tban tne pipe. -; I
Akrivals at tii. O. P. Yesterday three
oonvicts, brought.from Trumbull county, were
entered at ths Penltectltryi one from Erie, and
two from MuVineum county. The number of
' prisoners now In the institution la 9C5.
' ICf John W. A kdhiws, Esq , has declined the
. Republican Domination for School Director, and
. the City Committee havo eubatitnted Col. Johw
ETThere is a firm in Elgin, Illinois, known I
as Orav & Luut. Half of their letter, come to
them directed to "Liy b Grunt."
SwiiT. The ladies of East Cleveland bold a
r 'SugarFestlval this evening.
(LTWhy is a bridge like a certain Jewish fes
tival? Because it is the pass-over.
' Professor GairriTH Is reading in Cleveland to
Arrivals and Departures of Mails.
Mails for New York City, Boaton, Albany,' Buffalo,
PltUbnrgh, Slenbeoville way. Cleveland, Zaneavl e,
Mewrkeranville, Waihington City, Maltlmore, Phlla
delphla and NewOrltam, oloie daily IBundaye exceptr
Aftu'ror'N.w York and Cl.V.Und .K-e.
08.dTPw MaUe'iSeJ Si!?' (Sundays tx
"Central Ohio Way Sail etotetutlly (Sundays excepted)
at 1 o'clock p. m. . , ' ' ....
Dted) at 1 o'oiiwk p. m.
Olnclnnati way Mall cIoms dally (Sundays excepted) at
1 o'clock p. ja. ' Wrtpthtne.
vnicago, uuouquf, TO-.-,,-r1--k
Mall Cloaet daily (Sunday! exoepted) I
ea aalir inunoiura mwvwu - -
Ma'lltforXenla,Bpringflold, Dayton, Toledo, Cincin
nati,. Indlanapolla, LouUrllle, t. louu, ana iwraia,
A through aito ila, TprTngneld- and Cincinnati
elosee dally (bundv excepted) at 1 o'clock p. m.
Urbane. Plqua, Tiffin and Union Oity mail closes dally
. 2. a. . In n'arlr.nk n m.
EZIIZTSZZ C:i"nrT; oirciiville, ChlllicoU,
varumouth'. Wa,hlngton, 0. H , Athens, Marletia aod
DllUooroaeh, mailt oloae auiy vnunoajra oy;
aVsloekD. m. . t . ... .
u.i,, o"i r-----, ,7 -.-,..
Harriaburga suuia oioae uau, vduj -
' alt. VernonVaii, by way of Wettervllle and Bunbury.
loeee dally (Snndays excepted) at 1 o'clooa . m.
Dublin Mall qlotet dall(8undayt exeepUd)at 1 0 clock
u.n. w. vnrk. , Boaton. Phluutelnhla. Albany.
.Plttaburgh, Olereland, Dayton, Toledo, Xenla, Deteelt,
nindnnatl. Chlllloothe. St. bonis, and all
Banthera eltlct. arrlre between the hours of o clock p.
Malle from Indlanapo". Chicago" and Dubuqns, arrive
mi'.,,. Wuhinstm mtr. Baltimore. Wlieellne,
Kaneartlle. Newark, Swabenrllle, Mt. Vernon, and the
rfi . ft. a. en kfalL arrlre at IX o'clock p. a.
ai.ll from Olndnnatl. arrive! at o'clock P. St.
' ' Saat War alail over the National Bond, arrives at 11
ft. Vernon way Mall arrives at 11 :00 a. m.
at all from Dublin arrives at i o'clock p. n.
Urbane Way Mall arrlree at 8 o'clock p.m.
n k u.u ia at 11 o'eloaka. m.
Offlre delivery open every day (except Sunday,) rroa
u o'clooa a. m. to 8 o'clock p. m. Open on Bundayt
the morning, and from to 0 to
JOSEPH DOWDALL, P. M.
JOSEPH DOWDALL, P. M. Rail Road Time Table.
t.vtim u,.ai a OoLnwanaa Xxsu Be B. ....
,.... . , '.Leaves, "y ' Arrives.
'. Bocommodatlon....... (.11 A, M. P. IS P. M
No. 8 Ex .....8.30P.M. . ,,JS0P.M.
Ni.htkxne.......1....8.t A.M. S.4SA.M
Cuvtuitn, Cotomioi k. ClKcuntiTl B. B.
Bxprees and Mall... ....3. 00 P. M.
" Night Expreaa i. A. M.
CtirrlutOBioB. B,' t.rAJ I !-..;'. Hi
Bxpreae Train...... ?.00 K.U
Mall Train- .40 P. M.
8 30 t. M.
S kOP. M,
TtmacaoB, Coumsos a Owotmail K. B.
enrees Train 3:00 A.M. 9.30 P. M
- Mail Trail w---- 1 P.M ' SiMf. II.
tt Mr rn,AoLn B. B. ' " v-"v .
roolumbua. Plana St Indiana. B. '; v
Bxprees Train.." - ! " : A. X.
. . Bxireas Jraln SJ45P..H.., 8:I0P.M,
t 'ii. iMMSa
r X7 M. mi. nt an, rVlnnrla vetrctaw
on Broadway, and were astonished at the changed
in hi. appearance. A few weeks ago we eaw
him. be WB paie, lean bdq arjeoveu; oumpiam-
intf of weakness and debility, having been
afflicted all summer. Now he appear, to be fat,
withe and stronc We learn be owed bla raa-
soratioo. entirely to MoLeam '. Steshqtbenimw
CoaoiAH" "" '' VV .
w. erlvisa all who are oomDlalnlnB of Gen-
ml ' DeblUtv to try ltt It Is oartelnly a very
pleasant remedy. We lean that there are farce
juanUUes of It selling dally. Jtforisiis iliralel
mi stock before pnronasiog euewnere. -thLk.tor"w
Hohas also a full an3 complete stock of
Gents' furnishing goods, all of. which has Just
Fissonal. N. Gandoralilmer hai last re
cut. wane he bu puronuea
assortments of Cloths. Caesl
meres . ui Veetiosa of ever? a-rade and variety
LI 1 " I.- .L . t J . M-
i ms enure ewoa oi ursi nanus, waioa win uwi
him to Mil as low u any other establishment
tm nr ins moanti Ine II hu seoarea me ser
vices of the well known cotter Mr. Robert
Spurliojr to take elurjra of the talloringdepart
ment. Thota desiring the best or material rot
Ueo op In the latest and best stjle of cut. od
workmanship, will do well to call sod examine
arrived and are of the latest patterns. Persons
ealllnff cannot fail to be tuiled.
A laree and well selected stock of Ready Made
Clothing kept constantly on band, at prices to
suit toe times.
Remember the place. No. 129 South High
street, one door Worth of tbe uooaaie House.
CoooHi. The sudden cb anges of onr climat
are sources or Pulmonary , Urocchlal and Aath
matlo Affections. Experience having proved
tba jmpU re(nedIe9 oftcn Mt gpeediy and
certainly, when taken in the early stages of the
disease, recourse should at once be had to
"Brewn'e Branchial Troeht$," or LoEenges, let
Lhe Co,d Cough, or Irritation of the Throat be
eyf so slight, as by this precaution a more so
nous .tuck may be elleotualiy warded on.
spw. na oingers wm uuu
Ifectual for clearlne and strenethenlne the
T0ce. See advertisement. For sale wholesale
tnd retail, by Roberts & Samuel, No. 34 North
High street, S. Samuel Co , No. 85 South
BTR. KiaxrATiiox, No. 165 South High
Street, ha. a very choloe assortment of Gold and
Silver v7atches, fine Jewelry, Clocks, Silver
Plated Ware, t price, to suit the times
11 11 "e
-?or , on., ha or poor.
uuernsey. xtaim give, immediate and perm a
BeDt relt4t , aneises wnere an external reme-
ID See advertisement of Pi of. Millii'
Hair Invigorator In another column. '
Q YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS7
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
DO YOU WANT A M03TACHE1
For the Whiaken and Hair.
Tb lubKribera take Dltuure in annonnclnt to the
Oltinni of lb United Statei, that they have obtained the
Agency ror, and are now enabled to offer to the American
public, the above Juitlr celebrated end world-renowned
it prepared by Sa
P. BELLINOHAM, an eminent
phyilclaa of London and li warranted
to tirinf oat a
thick set of
Whiskers or a Mustache
of the kind need by the Vrenob, and In London and Parle
w in uircrau uio.
xt ta , teauurul, economical, eoothlpf. yet ttlmnlaUng
a' - ff WSSKSTSi
u win enre eaume, ana eeuie to ipruir op in
piled eeoordlne to dlreetioue, U will tarn aoi or towt
nalr bake, and reator gray taalr to Ita oriiinal eolor.
leaTinf It aoft, amooth, and flexible. The "Oeeoeire" te
an lndlapenaable article In every gentleman's toilet, and
alter one week's ate they would not foranconiUeretion
The labecrtbers are the only Agents for the artiste in
lb United Statee, to whom all orders mult be addrcaaed.
Price One Dollar a box for ile brail Drnnlite and
Dealera; ora box of the "Ongnent" (warranted te hare
the daalred effect) will be sent to any who deaire IL br
mail (direct). Been rely pecked, on receipt of price and
Pel, .1.1M. Apply to or addreas
nOBAOJS L. BIOBUAH k 00.,
febSOdfceOrr 91 William Street, New-York.
Utt?TVAT K" MA niTTNTiJ WOTtTCS
" - iUO.vxixie su v uavxvo,
oTannfaetnvera ef all ktstda ! Por-
gable ana laitonary sieam as-
fines, saw mills', uriet rains,
LIXSA BODLXYBtattnl B. at t. BLIND TBtedtni
. at. B. DXTVA1L Stattnlll C0LV2TBU8
XACBTSX CO. StaUnllll EBADJORD
Onr Portable Ecgine and Saw Kill
Was awarded Ike first premium of 50 at the Indiana
State fair for lc60 orer Lane aBodley't on aooountof
llghtnese. Blmplicity, economy of luel
ana superior character or lumDersairea.
Our Stationary Initlrie was awarded at the tame fair
the .ret nremium of 8 WO.
Our Portable Engine waa awardd the flnt premium of
fiuuai me rairat Bempnie, xenn., over manaye ira-
rail a. uoiuniroa maonm vo a., hq Draaioru m vvi.,
ny a eoamlttee or practical BaUroadBnglnaert,
for price and terme addreee
WILLAJIO WASNIB, Treasurer,
decS-dfclyeole. i - Newark, Ohio.
tTTT T A TT?T ? .
NEW LITERARY ' PAPER,
Fer March 16th, 1861
Kow Beady For Sal. Everywhere Pries Plv
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THB UOnTH Of LONDON.
BOW PEARLS ARB POBMEDl TRTJSTINI TO
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OHILDRBN PRI8H AIR; ONI DROP AT A TIME;
ui wr Tnn.i onnn, unaiT.iNti.nEiinii HaTLl
way aooidbntb im irobtt weather; utili
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.the roUB swords Of LONDON; Iaots about
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TELEGRAPHIC! REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
U. S. Senate—Special Session.
Wasbinotoh, March 26. The Senate resumed
the oooelderatlon of the resolutions of Ms.
Douglas. , .
Mr. Breckinridge addressed the Senate, re
plying to some remarks made bv Mr. Douglas
yesterday. He spoke at some length, to the eil'ect
mat li tupuonoan statesmen remained nrm and
determined, there can be no other result than to
drive the border State, into a union with the
Confederate States. If the border alive Statee
bold a convention, which seems probable, and
the non slaveholdlng States deem It their duty
hi rfjtros sucu propositions as may ue eeaeuuai
then the disruption of the Union will be inevi
table; and at no distant day that will be the
largest eonfederacy on the continent.
Mr. Brecklcridse referred to Mr. Donel
speech of vesterdav. He denied that the Reoub
licac. had vielded anv of tbeir essential princl
?les, and it was unjust to the people of the
outb to announce tbat they bad done so. He
called on the Republican Senators themselves
to answer whether tney bad made any sucn
Mr.Coliatuer teplied, Notes we are aware of.
air. lirecklnrldae, tneo alluded to tne argu
ment ol Mr Doueia. that the Republican, bad
not inserted their platform in any of the bills
recently passed, organizing tbe Territories.
Me said tbey had not done so beoause thev
learea tne Dins would not be passed in sucb i
form, and that tbe President cilibt veto them
ifpaesed; while they desired their immediate
passage, as. Increasing tbe federal patronage
Mr. Breckinridge was confident that if the Re
publicans did notyleld,flfteen States would soon
be odt of tbe Union. So far they bad yielded
nothing, nor manifested any disposition to do so.
Mr. Douglas replied, lie could not conceal
his surprise. Tbe Senator from Kentucky
denied all the positions he had assumed. His
object was to demonstrate that there was no
cause for sucb action, and that Kentucky has
justice and equality in the Territories, accord
ing to tbe test prescribed by tbe Senator him
self. Tbe Senator knew the territories of Colo
rado, Nevada and Daootah had been organized
on tbe basis of the Nebraska-Kansas bill. All
these territories were organized on the orlnoinle
oi non-intervention oy congress ; tne people to
decide the slavery question as they please, sub-
eot only to the limitation or tbe Constitution
leaving the courts to ascertain wbat tne limita
tion Is. This Is all tbe South bave ever asked.
The Republicans bave abandoned tbe Wilmot
proviso and Congressional Intervention, and re.
pudiated Congressional prohibition of slavery
The Senator would not deny that. He did not
aek him to do anything to promote tbeir inter
est. He (Douglas) did not believe In the politi
cal creed of tbat party, and did not believe tbe
best Interests of tbe oountry would be promoted
by tbeir exerolse of power. Still, he preferred
tbe Union nnder a Republican Administration to
none at an.
Mr. Grimes, of Iowa, moved tbat Mr. Doctr
ine' resolution, oalling for information relative
to forts, navy yards, eto , which was pending
before the Senate, be laid on the table. The
question was decided In tbe .fflrmative 23,
Mr. Breckinridge asked leave to offer the
following resolution, and, If nolobjection. would
ass tne vote on it now:
Reiolttd. Tbat the Senate recommend and
advise the removal pf United States troops from
the limit, of tbe Confederate States.
Mr. Sumner Let it lav over.
Mr. Clingman remarked that he had drawn up
similar resolution, with one point in addition.
He had shown It to several Senators, and had met
their approval. It was as follows t Retalvtd, In
the opinion of the Senate.lt is expedient that the
President withdraw all federal troops from tbe
State, of South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Al
abama, Mississippi, Tens, and Louisiana, and
abstain from all attempt, to collect revenue in
Mr. Clingman added, if the troop be withdrawn
there ought to be forbearance as to the collec
tion of the revenue. -
Mr. Collamer moved tbe Senate go into Exec
Mr. Collamer's motion prevailed. The Senate.
alter executive session adjourned.
Washinotom, March 27. The chair present
a message from President Lincoln, relating
a resolution passed oy ice senate, asking. II
his opinion it is not Incompatible with tbe
public interest! to communicate th cienatchea
Major Robert Anderson to tbe War Depart
ment during the time he has been in command
Fort Sumter. The. President .ays: I have
some to the conclusion tbat at the present mo
ment the publication of them would be inexpe
dient. Mr. Breckinridge moved to take no the reso
lution introduced by him yesterday, advising
tbe withdrawal of the Federal troops from tbe
seceded States. He did not Intend making any
remarks, a. he bad already expressed bis views
that subject, and desired the vote on his mo
lion to be regarded as a teat question.
Mr. Fessendcn supposed there would be no
objection to that, but reminded the Senate that
quorum wes present. '
Un motion of Mr. Hale, the Senate went into
Executive Session. .
From New York.
New Yoac, March 36. Arraneenjcot. have
oeen maae unaor waicn to. steamer Uienvuie
ha. been released by the Custom Honse au
thorities at New Orleans.
A schooner from Florida, without a orocer
olearance, paid a fine o( $1,000.
A Washington dispatch save that J. J.
Coombs, of Ohio. Is to be appointed District
Attorney of tn6 Dialriot of Columbia.
Hit xo, March a . The steamer Bien
ville is Mill in custody of the New Orleans Cus
tom House authorities, and the matter has been
referred to the Secretary of the Treasury.
TtoeuM Washington correspondence. CaDt.
Fox report, that the supplies of provisions at
rott sumier mu enaoie Maior Anderson toaus
tain hi. command nntil the iOth of April. He
My. in. ron can oe reintorcea oy military op
eration, which will require a force not at the
disposal or the rreeldent, or by strategy, with
ha.irds of a desperate conflict. From all the
laots, it is evident that rort Humter must be
absndontd or civil wsr be Inaugurated.
The attain t correspondent Insists that r ort
Picken. will be abandooed within SO dava.
The same eorrespondent save the Southern
Commissioner, are dining to-night with, the
foreign Ambassadors at Mr. Corooran't . Tbe
Commissioners are on most friendly terms with
the Eoffliih and French Minister..
Joo S. Million.'of Virelnis, If be will accent,
win get an important toreign mission.
Sea'y Chase has offered the First Comptroller
ship of the Treasury to Elisba Whittlesey
Kicnara mon, oi unio, naa aeaunea it.
James Leslie, Jr., ol Philadelphia, has been
appointed Consul at Marseilles.
Virginia State Convention.
Richmond, March 26 In the Convention this
eveninc, Mr. Hall, of Wetiell, offered the Con
tltutioo of the Confederate State, a. a sub
stitute for the federal committee's report. Mr.
Wise called ror tne rearjiBg or it. Air. Clemens
Intimated that tbe purpose for such a oall was
to delay a vote on the report. Mr. Wise de
nied auoh an imputation as unroundeo. I Sen-
sat ion. The substitute, belns tbe Constitution
of the Southern Confederacy, was then read,
and debated tin aiaie hour., i he Uonvention
U still, at 11 e'olock, in session. There is
mnoh eonfuslon and excitement. "' ' -.
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The South Carolina State Convention.
CHARLESTOit, Maroh 86 The State Conven
tlon mot this mornlnB.
nir. emogier onerea a resolution, mat an the
gonpUes and provlaion. .ad mail facilities now
aiioweti Major Anderson ana to. garrison of
n . r - . . . e . .
rort oumter, snouia oe lmmeaiaieiy out off.
The consideration of the resolution was order-
eri tn uke c aoe to-morrow. The eeneral lm.
nrMalnn IB trial IL am he vntefl fln.l
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There will be Mm. discussion on tbe Can
VS? $Llb.'iConfede?lt?. Sl,e,, bul u wiU
be ratified by a large majority.
Riobmdnd, Va March 25. Mr. Preston
made a speech, in favor of tbe majority report,
and of making a oiear ana distinct demand upon
the North, with th. alternative of separation.
He believed tbe present was full of none, from
both sections, ror a lair ana final settlement.
Mr. Wise took tb. ttronnd tbat th. eoaran-
tee. demanded by the report were Insufficient
to meet the necessities of th. South.
Mr. Wilson followed In a speech agalnat St-
cessioQ, as do oaon sxlstad for tt.
WAsmirtTOif, Maroh 96. Th. Senate today
onfirmed tbe following nominationat -rvsa. o.
Pennington. Secretary of Legation at Paris j
Aaron Goodrich, of Minnesota, Secretary of Le
gation at Brnsaele; Thome i . ueyer, oi ure
son. Commissioner to the Sandwich Ialandsj
Oeoro-a P. Haaklna. Post Master at Berlin, O
W. A. Dalt, Attorney for the Northern District
of New Yorks Q. VaWton, ros master as ai
h.ne. N. Y.i Theodora D. Edwards, of Ken
tacky, Attorney for Colorado i Geo.'If. Bergner,
Post Master at Harrlsburg? Roll Saunders, Pott
Maetar at MemnhlS! A Tin Saunders, 01 iowa,
Governor of Nebraska Frederic Hassaurek, of
Ohio, Miole.ar Resident at iMuaoort uavid H
barter, or Unlo, Minister neeiueut ouuria.
The Senate will meet to-morrow at 11 o'clock
two hours earlier than usual, and adjourn at the
earliest practicable time. .,'
The military officers in charge of the Bureaus
in the War Department, being apprehensive of
.change or Clerks in tne Bureau, who wnicn
they are connected, have, together with Lieut.
Oen. 8oott, Joined in a remonstrance against
sucb proceedings. ". '' '
For several week., reports have prevailed
that many Union , men in some of the seceded
State, intended to apply to th. Government for
appointment, therein a. Judicial officers. Tbe
trnth of thorn statements seems to be confirmed
in part by tbe fact that tbe President has nomi
nate Geo. W. Lane as Judge of the Northern
and Southern District, of Alabama
Affairs in Texas.
Nw Oblians. March 20 The Texas Leels
latnre has passed a resolution approving of tbe
Convention act denoalng Gov. Houston.
A bill was passed to raise a regiment of
mounted riflemen for frontier protection.
Since the deoartur. of tbe federal troops, tbe
Indians In large numbers have been devastating
tbe frontier, killing and driving oacK the set
The Steamers Daniel Webster and Gen. Rusk
sailed from BratM on theSOth, with the federal
KNAPP & GO 'S
From snd after this date we shall
REDUCE THE PRICE
OF OUR WINTER GOODS,
TWENTY WE FEB CENT,
! J . . i . I I
IN 0R0H TO SUEf 00M FOR OCR
Our assortment is still good, i
aad it is kijpwn- to every--'
one that our .
' ' ' i m -
ST o o :k.
consists o ' :
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL,
80 DO NOT FORGET THE
CHEAP STORE OK , .
KNAPP & OO.i
.... , .' . ,
SOUTH HIGH STREET,
Tensol t'eatbere and 0 Tssi of
Uag- Wanted. . -
TRBABURT DEPARTMENT Of 01110,1
CoLOHBua, ataroh 18, lffll. J
SA1B OP OHIO STATE STOCKS.
TIIEBB WIM. BE IOLD AT PCB
lie auction, oe Saturday, If arch 30th, at eleven o'
clock A. M ., at the offloe of the Treuurer of State, two
thoueand dollars of the Bond of tbe State of Ohio, draw
tne Interest at the rata ol sis per sent, net an
and payable semi-annually In the City of Mew
Tort, and the principal redeemable at the pleasure of the
These Bondt wen MfMtltMwlin the Treatarer of the
State of Ohio for the purpoee of scouring the circulation
the Baringt Bank of Cincinnati, and they are to be
u - i - . ,.. .
IV. pHffVW V. .WWVU.U1B Ml Will .
aurcDiv.aiu , .... a; jr. Bruns. Tftat
T. Woodbury 4t Co.
George W. Allen.
VIHTrjK Of A WHIT OF fl. rA.
me directed from the Superior Court of Franklin
Bounty. Ohio, I will offer for ale, la the town of Mew AI
bany.aiueetotonomei u. w. Alien, a -toe or vry
an notions, levied on e tne property or . w.
eelo commencing on SaTURDAY, tbe IOth day ef
v. wOl. at 10 o clock a . a . '
, G. W. BUrrMArT.-Sheriff,
march 14:1014 By Ed. DaTie, Det'ty
Pilater't fees, $5.50. . , , . . ,
1. Por the DUST ANT BBLIBI
and PIRMANENT 0TJBB of th
' dlltretalcg oomplalnt nee
NDT' . ,,
Made by 0. B. SEYMOUR A 00., 10? Raeeaa St., N. Y
prios fi per boat sent tree by poet. i
SOB 8 ALB if ALL DBUtaiSVI
aaye-dfcwlwia - a - 1
A IX' PERSONS KHOWIlft THEM.
eelret to be Indebted to the late firm of DOD-
DRIDOB a WHIT, will pleats cal( audNUle their
acoounta, and thereby save ootrt
All notes and eoconntt remaining annald en the Brat
of April will be placed la tbe band, of WM. L
J. P., for rallecilon.
David A. Fislin'f Estate).
roTICE M "eBEBT oiveit that
IN the nderelgned haalhle day been appointed by the
Probate Court of franklin eounty, Ohio, Admlnlatrator
eTe bcmi4 won of the octets of David A. flaher. late of
Truro towaihlp, In said eounty, deoeared. Dated thlt
gth day of March, A. D leei,
Tjtl'EejrANT rJLAIIS BLA UK Mll,K.S) POB
Alt B treat lhaqaea aed Maatlee; alao- Rich trlmmta
and Tamil to match, at . . ... ,. BAIH ..
aaarS9 .-,. ( i
XT 1.500 lbs. Msditon, Watt a Go's purs, aaefceak
Sarch, a superior artlole, reeelred la store
. S4 Sb)teeaaa Ballltag
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN]
NEW YORK, March 27
steady and doaaud feir;eale aOObbla at ai 31
ror pota asp peerl. i
. rLODlt rccelDta or 1 Tfil bile.- Market nolle firm
tmtmuoh Icaaartire; sale, of 8 SVO bble at (5,809 J
tor tupernn4 Mto .3,203a,l far en pem oe wettern
$S&X3ft M for oomaeen to nedlam extra weatera
.3,40 Gii VO for ablDDloe brrndi extra Bound Hxid
Ohio. Canada flour itead and anebaoed; sales ef 600
eois at e?,.K.a?ore. .'.:. A
BY. VLOUB-iteadr at tf 1024 40.
Wfl.AT recelpte of 134 88 buah. Market leas ac
ttre bat prices wllhuet material ehanae. the Irmneae of
irrigate enecai tne export demand! sales or o uuu nnan
a .1 81 Steor Obteace eprlngt .1 87fcl 'or
jiii cinui vi ea wr enoloe winter tea weatern; ei ua
1 rnr wiuie weeiern. .
KVS-flimor j ealci or t (00 buio. at Cj3. i
. BARtilX eteadat78eoo . -j ' - vt-r
. COK.-vKeseipu 13.O0U buabelf. Market wllhoot na
tenet change eales 80,000 buih.lt at 07($0()J(o for old
nixed Weatern In store, and delivered; tide for new mix
ed Waitern at Ball-road denot
- OATeVeuiet at 3a38 for Weatern, Canadian, and
rORK-ateady; ealee 1,000 tbla at 918 C21S 73 for
eta. and lis mil 71 for nrbaa. .
BSsr dull and vnchanMil. : ,.i , '
LAKD In modorale reaueat: aalcs S.000 bbls. at 9 it
BUTTE tt in fair reaueat at t Moles for Ohio, and 14
Biveior oiaie v
STOCKS O c Toledo 3SV: 0.1 h. Chic 73: fl Ok
u itu: in u eorlp HI! at 8 17Mi do Quoted Vt; M
07 Beadin44; Barl 10X! do preferred 4IKi ri Y
0 Pae Mall cS; Del It Had 88M; 111 0 bonda 102;
CBlal80iErie4ht3:0al7'a 87; kloO'a 80K: NO
81; treatary 18'e van; U 8 0's74; CoupenaSU; M Y 0
i3i, arie uuaeu, iirai iu; u o 17.
FLOTJIt has bad a very aolet market throughout the
week, and bow drags heavily at $4 SO for tuperflne and
4 85 for fair extra.
HEAT Is scarce, and holders very firm at 1 1 OSia
I us lor red, and ai V3m.i l ror white, siiiiera reeo-
Inlely determlLe tomakenoparcbaieaatorertl for red.
ticee they tay it is Impoaaible te get their money baok
OBN It taken iteadllr at 33o. by the diitillera. bnt
there It ettlt but little demand for shipment, so that
BARLEY haa varied bnt little daring tie week. At
flrat the reterve of selleri geve the market a little better
aurnjio, ana aoont raieiea tbe old ngare 70o for
ttrlotly prime, bnt to-day deallnet hare shown a weak
ening tendency, and 87o waa taken for a prime Ihongh
notptrfectly bright article.
BYB-oontlnuea to drag at SJo.
OATS hare for tereral dare been In leree redclota.
andareeonteqaentlydttllatSJo. r .
1-KUV1S1UNB the trad. durlne the week haa been
motlly In Out Ueatt. oalntalniDi for them a Arm mar.
ket, and at rather belter Itgnrea than at the date of onr
laat review. There wat not a great dee, of stir in the
market to-day, though there woe a fair Inquiry for both
Bnlk and Bacon aides, at a trifle under the riewa of hold
er. Forrlitent efforta are marking to get bacon tldea at
9 Wo., holders, howerer. are firm at 9V,a to Br.
Bhouldert are not In much reaueat at 7o: and tldea are
ami maae w ten mem at uiat ngure.
Hoary Balk tides are In reaueat at 8Wo. and even 8 1 S
It In tome inttancet offered without getting them.
Shouldirt rule at So. Heat pork we onoca at ilB 75 for
country, and BIT for city, Willi but moderate reqnett.
r 1 1 V. l .1 . , . r, . ., ..... V
MiuaraijH vo in iicrcet ana jucinaegt.-
FLOUR tale, of fU bhla extra at .4 75: 50 hbli faner
while jLX at 88,00, and SO bbls common extra white at
WHEAT In llsht demand onlX. Balri sf on car ml
at fll,v3, and 3 can do at f 1,04. White it iteadA at
BI0HW1NB8 tales 0( JO bkltat 14ic.
BUTTIR remalna dull at a ranee of Du214c foreem-
mon Central to choice W. B. dairy. . ...
juabu eaieeoiuu tegiktv. -BR
ANB ealee of 30 boih ttlr while at A5n.
POTATO. 8 eate at 30i33d for prime Uercett.
KaOS-qooUble at 384o.
'Trorn the Newk ork 0baerrer.l-':'
Atalltiartlee manufacturine Sewlne Mirklnn am h-
llged lo pay Mr. Howealioenae on each machine told,
and are ate eomselled to make Ntnraa to him. nnder
oath, at to the Dumber told, hie bookt gire acorreetttate
nent. ?rom this reliable eonroe we hare obtained the
following itatuties. Of the machines made in the year
ufviv wviv eoll, , . - ,
v. By Wheeler a Wilton, Bl.SQS
. " I. at. Singer a Co 1U.DSJ ' -
Orover a Baker IOsO
Bhowinf the tales ef Wheeler a Wllion a ha ArmU
Uiote of any other Company."
Awarded the hlghett preeiluma at the ' "
, United Statee lairs of 1868, 1B5U and I860; ' :
' ; alto at the j.
Ohio State talre of 1B59 and 16M;' y
and at pearly all the County fairs In the Stats.
Our nrlceo. at the late reduction, am mm &m m a..
loci tiich macbute now told, and but a trifle higher tban
me interior raw tnreaa ciaue SMC macvtrni, now
forced nuon the market. s (
Tbe WHCBL8H a WILSOrT M AOHtNB nakea the
Lock 8ncn the onlyone which oannot ba raveled. It
Auxa oe Bon Binaeof the tooda, learlae no ridn or
All machinei varantS 3 veors. and UutnuUon
given In their net, free of coarse, i
U. vujbi,oi uign St., ooiumhua, o.
- -wu. sukfNKK a no..
dect !awd3mBw6ra Pike's Opera Bcuee, Cincinnati.
Covington ' Bail-mill Company.
TniS COHIPANT IS NOW PHEPAR
ed with the beat new and Improved machlnerr to ail
orders for rerolllng Railroad Bart at the tborteat notice,
i ue am Daa tne capacity w turn oui lev tuns a week.
In rerolllng Railroad Bart, one-third new Iron it added
the old, to make a Ball that will not laminate, and
lnture a perfeet weld. . . . u
Street Railroad Bars can alto be rotnlthed, ef any pat
tern required, and new Railroad Bars of different length!
and sleet. -
All orders shall receive prcarpt ard careful attention.
and at none but the beet material! will be need, la the
has da of aklllful workmen, the Company hope to sire
entire tattifactloa to those who may favor It with their
R BCOHAnAir a SON, Agents,'
- - Clnclonali, Ohio.
-... -ten to--
nr tt n i . ... ti . i in.i ti d r .
John I. Levis. President Covington and Lexington K.
Co. ' '. ' .'-.. i
Oaptala HoCIallan. Superiateadent 0U ana Hletit-
tlDol Railroad.-' -
a. a- l liommeaieu, rreetaenl aineinnatl, Hamlltoa
ana uayton n. n. uo. mhisw9t
E.' M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Front Street, Between State and Town.
TnB OLD CARRIAGE
' SHOP Isalill rnnnlnt. and al thoat h C
tbe preeeare of late reare haa aet heavlij V
bvob bar ran nine eeara, abele etlll torn-
t( oat mote tpienma ruTOB, rUKJBAW AYS, and
PHINCI ALBERT'S IUIITINO TOPS and NO-TOP
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, EXPRESS, SKELETON,
obmuubai ana uhuvbhi wauonb, BAIAU OMlil
BUBEb end HACKS Twenty vean steady anannao
tnring haa firea ear work a wide.qerad reputation
through the South and Weat.
We therefore deem It anntnsteary to tat any tblnf more
In regard to the quality of ear work. We wabbist
V Vemci. We sen tell eaos Tor Boeaias from
Dealera can be famished with anv arnonat of work at
abort notice, and at prices lower than ean be bought any
wnvre in tne rreet. neoona nana aofgies taaea m sa
ehante for new work. -
jjr-Kepainpe done neatly ana at snort nolle. Fas
tory on front, between Bate and Town streets, Colum
bus. Ohio. '(
lj"All eomnaaleauons will receive prompt sttsntwa.
AU. 31 Wl at. m. W1L1.1AA1B t
Wboleeale aod Be tall Dealer la
Foreign & Domestic Cigars,
-. ajro Bsrr stums .
jSmokirff & Chewing Tobacco. ,
Alao, lbs best Tonality ef RTfflT'l eoastiatly
TryOoontiT Marchants art invite! to sail before par
eoMlaf elsewhere.) (Til fl. l l.ll I (1,1 Ji
, NO. 4 EAST THIRD STREET, ,,
Bet. Hale! and Sycamore,
aovn'-wfna ' ' " CINCINNATI, O
TOE MOVE AND PREVEIffl III
rv, fhuamaUoa and pain, and heals the wont bum,
scald, braise, eat, or fresh woand of any kind, r reren tt
ewelUne; and pain from bee stints, atoeqoite Mtes, and
nolsonout Diants. nenraiitia. riuumaiuun, surue m ine
breast, salt rbsum, ete. . Whea takes Innrnally, tt will
BoelUrelr eare croon In children, and sires immediate
reiioiinuio worn rase oi ants pmrn empiains; alio,
removes hoaraeneaa and tore throat. Price, tt seals a
bottle. Shoe Id be In every house, for eale by Unae-
fttleana Btoreeeepere. , J ' inr let btunb, .
Sole Proprietor, No- I dpraoett.,tiew York
eeMdAwlrle - r - . (""
" Nelle. Indlim.
i 4i .,i'i.,u. -".r - ,
. .... j, k, Backeu. Brooms. Oordera,
Herrlne, DHed Pralt,
For tan or atojLaa at avaaiiaauj.,
sabl. It, North Hieh street
- 4 ' .
Strengthening Cordial and Blood
Ttte lUroatesf Bemadjrln Tks tt orld
IT IS STRICT
ly a aclentilo and.
procured by the distil
kttion of Roots. Herbe
and Ilarkt, Yellow
Dock, Blood Root,
.ii. ui. ..in...
Before Takln''.rire- active' remeiiai Ulcr Taklne
principle of ea.h ingredient la thoroughly extracted by
my new fflctlioil of dUtilline. iirodoclni.a dellcloua. n-
hlieratlng apirit, and the moct INVALL1ULSI remedy lor
renoraUng Hie dineaaed ayttem, and rea'orlng 'lie tick.
inrTerlng and deMlitAM INVALID to HEALTH aod
itici.eanvs XTiifcN trust:! iiv. cost
V711I stti'iliy core
LITER COMPLAINT, DUSPSrSIAj ' JAUNDICB
Chronic or Nervoue Delilliiy, Diteaaes of the Kidney,
and all dieaaaeaariilne from a diaorriereJ llrer or Hloro
arh, Dyipepaia, llearilinm, InnvU Pile a. Acidity or 8lok
neaa of the Stomach, Pullnta uf blood Id tlie Mend, Dull
ain or iwlmmln-T In the tisn i. I'ali lation OJ The liesrt
'ullneator Wclnht In the Stomach. Sour Erttruuioni
Oboklnr or anffocatlnir feelirs wlwn Irina ilom, Drvneai
or leiiownettur tne bkiu ana t m. nivni owcatt.; jo
warq reren. rain in ine email oi ire nr.. Client or eiao
Sudden f luthct of Heat, Deprestlon of Bpiiitt, Priehtfn
Dreamt, Laorunr. Deanoodency or any Nerrout Dltaate
Sent or Blotrhee on tbe kln, and Pever and Airuc (oi
vault anil rover.)
Over a Million ol nottlea
Have been told during tho lut tlx months, and In no In
atance hat It failed lu giving entire eatlsfactkn Who,
then, will euffarfrom Weakr.eaa or Debility ccn Mc-
LEAN'S BTRENUIHENINU CORDIAL will cine you?
no laneuaire can convey an adtxiuaie idea or the imrae
dials and almoet ndraeu lout chanire produced by tultinn
uiu uortilal in the diecased, debilitated and ibattrred
nervouatyatem, wheUier broken down byexcete, weak bv
nature, or impaired by ilckneat, the relaxed and unatrung
vigauixiHion u reawrrj to lie pnjiine neaita ana vigor.
Or ether, oontclont nf inability, from whatever caute.
win and AlcLean a Btrengthentng Cordial a thorough
regenerator of tbe micro. : and all who mar have Inlnred
inemteiret py improper Indulgences, will End in the Cor
disl a certain and ipccdy r-.mio.ly.
J'o tke LaOina. . , .
McLean's StreMlheiiiuo I'tjnlial
It a toverelgn and tpeedyenre for
M CI PI KN T t;0 SfJ M PT ION , W II I T ES
OlietructeJ or Dlffimilt Menitroatloa, lncontlncuoe of
Urine or Inroluntery PljcharRe tliereor. Falling of the
Womb, Qlildlneai, fi. In ting and all Diaeaace inoidcat to
remaloa. ... , . . ,
' ' There Is no Ulstakd About It.
Suffer no longer. Take It according to Direction!. It
willttimulate, tlrengthen and Invigorate you anil came
the bloom of health to mount your cheek araln.
Every bottle la warranted to give ealia'.actlon. '
If your children are tickly. puny, or afflicted, McLoan'i
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robust. Delay
net a moment, try It, and you will be conrlnccd.
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
OaoTiow. Bermre of DruggiiUor Dealers who may
try to palm npon yon some Bitter or Saraaparlllatraai,
which they can buy cheap, byeeylni It it j oat at gooj.
Avoid inch men. Aak lor W sLcaa't Strengthening Cor
dial, and take nothing elee It la tie only remedy tin I
will pnrify the blooi thoroughly aud at the aanie lint
strengthen the system.
One tablespoonful taken every morning failing, It a
certain preventive of Cholera, Ohillt and Pever, Yellow
Fever, or any erevalent dieeaace. It la nut un In i.tv.
FrliironlySI per bottle, or 0 bottle for 85. '
, , t - J. U. Mul.SAN,
Sole Proprietor of this Cordial, :
' Also McLean s Volcanic Oil Liniment.
Prtrclnal Dernt on th'- corner nf Third anil Pin iImmIl
' McLean's Volcimic Oil Linimcut.
The belt Llniirent in tho World. The only safe- ar.d
certain cure for Cancers, Piles, Sirelllngs and Bron
chitla, or Goitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weukneaa of tin
Muaciee, Uhronio or InHiunmatorv Uheumatiim. Sllif-
neet of the joints, contracted Musclea or Ligaments
Earache or Tootliaehe, Brnifca. Snraint. Wounds, fresh
Cats, Ulcen, Eever Bores, Caked Breasts Bore Nipples,
Bums, Scalds, Bore Thoat, or any Intlomnmtion or Pain,
nediHerence how severe, or hoe long the disease ma?
have existed. . HoLean a Celebrated Lin'uncnt is a cer
Thousandt oruunauj belngt b-ive beenUved a life ol
decrepitude and misery by the ue of this invr.luaMr. mol
cine. McLEAN'S .VOLCANIC OIL
Will relieve pain almoet Instantaneouslr. and It wll
clean te, purify asd heal the foulest sores in au inoredi
ly snort time. ,
For Horse and Other Animal.
McLean t celebrated Liniment It tho onlv safe and re
liable remedy for theeure of Spavin. Rina Bone. Wir.d
gnlls, Splints, Unnatural Dnmpt, Nodes or Swelllnpi. It
never rail to cure Big iieaa, roll avn, Vistula. Old
running Sores or Sweeny, if properly applied. Por
Sprains. Bruises, Scratches, Bores cr Wcundt, Cracked
Heels, Chares, Bftudle or Cellar Galls It ia an infallible
remedy. Apply it at directed, and a rare la certain in
Then trifle no longer with the mane worthless Linl
mentt offered to you. Obtain aauoolv of Dr. McLean',
celebrated Liniment. It will cure you.
-J.II. fllcl. HAW, Sole Propiiel.-r,
Corner of Third and Pine Streets, at. Lnui.. Un
Por tale by ail druggiite.
Sor tale by-- HOCERTS k SAJftJBL,
augM-dfcwly , Coluiabut. Ohio
CAUADI&.N & UNITED STATES SAIL
TO AND FMOiri
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
' ' and '
The Montreal Ooean Bteamshlp Company's first class
ii-powereaurvae-nuiii steamers tan every sat
relay from PORTLAND, carrying the Canadian and
Called States Unit and paasengera.
NORWEGIAN. . ,. NORTn AMiniOAN,
north briton, hibernian,
Shortest, Cheapest and Qnlckctit Cou
AatEBICA TO ALL PASTS 07 EUBOFE.
Kevtea of Paeaaae to ICurop,
- - 830. SGG, $80. -
Will aall from LIVERPOOL every Wednesday.
from QDBBEQ every- Saturday , fulling at
Lunuunuiaai, to receive on Board ana uuio malls ana
Paasengera. to and from Irelaad and Scotland. . - . -
ir yibeae Bteaaters are built of Iron. In water-IIeht
compartments, carry each an experienced Burgeon, and
every attentloa Is paid to the eom'ort and acoommoda.
tlon of paasenrers. As they proceed direct to LON DON-
DEBT, the ileal risk tod delay of calling at St, John's
OUtsow patsenstrt are farnlahed with rata nasaure
Uckete u and from Londonderry. .
Keiarn Uckeie irsnlod atredmd reus. . . .'
OertUoatee iasutd for earrying to and brlnelne out nat-
seneen frem all tho principal townt of Arret Ilrllain and
Irelana, at reducim ratea, oy inn line af steamers, and
the WASHINGTON LIN OE BAILING PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool every week. r .
Sight Draft far A"i sand upward pay-'
aeieinr.n(ian, ireiana, nvet
' . ' land r Wales -
Tor nassaire. annlv at the Office. S-l II HO A II.
WAT, New York, and 10 WaTKU ST.,
Liverpool, . -
EABSL KEA&XE, trsaeral igeata,
Or to- RJ ARMSTRONC, '
BOlO lya&w tatetantD OfflcC, Colnmbui, Chti
' T WM, KtaAallt .Si CO.', wO'i
AT THFIH NfcW SAI.I-S-atb--
1. SOOM,XOi ISO SAJ.11MVXS ST.,&
j - FOB. 1, 1, 9 and T . ETJtAW STEET ,
vner ror aaie uieir ceieoratea
GOLDEN MEDAL, w "".-''' "
Seine hlihlv recommended by the flrsl Profvnort and
Uuaical Amateurs of the country, and
Vaunr L,'! i fstt ..-m i
' Tht not faitldlrtu cutonte)r naty relj upon, bvint
as. l!l 1 -
SELTZER A WEBBTEll, Agenla, ,
oct98;Iydw, , , Columbua, Ohio.
rTHK aiTBSCHIHt-.ltw, DEALING IW
A a Htaale Article, will famish emptoymenl to
a tew aoura men to act as a recta tor tbeir Bouse, a
preference will be given to that who are well acquaint
ed la the district for which they apply.
ror waioa servne taey are willing to pay a saury
of Croat , , , , , , ,j r.
$800 , to , 800 1 par 'year, atd Izpsssss.
Tel further nartleular addrtu I'-.
"T TTCB- MOKEHOTJEX A CO.
a aim , .uiajip, cmw, , -Jersey'Olry,
M . i.
,f , T!
W11SK HiAlXA14 BSASAAUfcSj, UU'AU
White sad Black, Just received at
ytt , . 1111,
Scrofula; oi- King's Evil,
is ' a eonStituti0n1 diiwnsp, a corruption of the
blood, by wliiili this. fltij,l Iiwoii-.ps vitiated
woax, anil poor; Behiff in the circulation.lt
pcrvndr tliu whole body, and may burst out
m dweaje on any part or It. , N organ ia free
from its attacks, nor is there one Tvlucb. it may
not dc3troy. Tho scrofulous taint is varioualy
caused by nicrcurinl diaeose, low llvine;, dis
orckred or unhealthy food, impure air, filth
and lillliy hahits, tiie depromanr vices, and,
abovo all, by the venereal infection. Vliat
eycr bo iu origin, it is hereditary in the con
stitution, descending from parents to children
unto tlie tliird nnd fourth-generation ; jndeed,
it seems to be the rod of Him who says, "I
u- v,wl,t, tlw 'n'qwi of the lathers span
their children." . .
Its effccU commence by deposition from the
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, In
the lungs, liver, ond internal organs, is termed
tubercles; in the elands, aval
the surfucc, eruptions or sores. 1'hU foul cor
ruption, which genders in the blood, depresses
the energies of fife, so that scrofulous constitu
tions' Hot Onlv Buffer from acWntnn.
plaints, but they hove for less power to with
stand tho attack of other diseases; con so- .
ciuently vast number perish by disorders
which, although not scrofulous in their nature,
ore still rendered fatal by this taint in the
system. Most of the consumption which de
cimates tlie human family has its origin directly
m this scrofulous contamination; and many
destructive diseases of th liver. IrUnm h,v
and, indeed, of all tho organs, arise from cr
oro aggravated by the same cause.
One quarter of all our neonlo n ari,a .
their persons are invaded by this lurking In
action, ond their health is undermined by it
X , , , "Ulu 1,10 symera we must renovate
the blood by on alterative medicine, and in.
yigornfe t by healthy food and exercise.
bueu a medicine we supply in
oiiipomid Eitract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual romcdV wlilch tlio merliil
skill of our times can devise for this every
where prevailing nnd fatal malady. It ia com
bined from the most active remediols that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of tlie
system trom its destructive conaponrn.
ience it should be cmnloved for the mir. of
not only Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions which arise from iL audi na Knrrwxrvs
and Skin Diseases, St. Anthony's Tike,
Rose, or Erysipelas, Pimples, rusTctEs,
ulotcues, ULAiJts nnu uou.s, TUMons, Tetter
and Salt Riieuk. Scald Head. UiNawonu.
Riieimatism, SvpuaiTicandMEncuitiAL Dis
eases, Dkopsy, DrsPErsiA. Deiiiliiy. and.
indeed, all Complaints awrino rnoM Vitia
ted ou iMi-unr llr.oon. The popular belief
in " impurila oftht blood - is founded in trath.
for scrofula is a degeneration of tlie blood. The
particular purpose ond virtue of tills Sarsapa
rilla is to purify and regenerate tliis vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible m
FOR THE SPECOY CUBE Or
Intermittent Fewer, or Fewer and A erne,
Remlttcttt Fever, Chill Fever, Duanb
Acue. Periodical Headarhe. or Itlllnna
IleadacUe. and Ililione Fsvin. iaj
for the whole claas ofdieeaeee orlinat-
.g nuiury arrinnrmeni, reased UV
the Malaria of Mlaamatto Conntriee.
Wc aro enabled here to olTer tho commnnify a
remedy which, while it cures the above complaints
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless m ny
quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in distriris
where tlicso afflicting disorders prevail. 'i'lii:
"Cit.b" expels tho miasmatic poison of Fevsu
anu Aorrj from the eystcm, and prevents the do
vclopment of the disease, if taken on the first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is r.c t oUy
the best remcdv ever yet discovered for I his oa
of complaints, but also the cheapest. Ihc larfro
quantity we supply for a dollar brings it within the
reach of every body ; and in bilious districts, where
Fever and Aoub prevails, every body should
have it and use it freely both for cure ana protec
tion. A great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and certain
cure of Ir.termittcnts is that it contains no Qiriuino
or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
other injurious effects whatever upon the constitu
tion. 'I hose cured by it are left as healthy as if
they had never had tlie disease.
lever and Affue is not alone the consequence of
tho miasmatic poison. A great variety of disor
ders arise from its irTitnlion, amontr which aro
Arciraiii, 11teumatUm, Gotif, Headache, Wind
nets, 'loothache. Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Vol
pilation. Pain fid Affection of the Upkcn, JlinUr
ic, rata in lm JioiceU, Colic, Parahjsit nnd De
rangement of the Stomach, all of which, when
originating in this cause, put on the intermittent
type, or become periodical. This " Cuh b " expels
the poison front the blood, snd consequently cures
them all alike. It Is an invaluable protection to
immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing in the malarious districts. . If taken occa
sionally or daily whilo exposed to the infection,
that will be excroted from tho system, and cannot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen iilto dis
ease. Hence it is even more valuable for protco
tion than cure, nnd few will ever suffer from Intpr.
mittcnti if they avail themselves of the prelection
this remedy aft'onli.
Prepared by Dr. J. 0. AYEB & CO., Lowell, Kasa.
ROBERTS k SAMUEL, Colambns
And by Drnrrttttand Dealers everywhere.
MRS, - WINSLOW,
experienced Nam Mad Femtle Phrtlckn, pretecu
w aim cHtBULiua oi mouicn. nor
SOOTHING S i'RDP.
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING." 4 U
Which greatly facilitate! tbe proeeet ef tee thine, by ali
ening the rami, reducing all Inaaouaalloa wli 1 allay
alu rain and spasmodic action, at,d la - .4
SUIIE TOItEGULATE TBE UOWtlS.
Depend upon tt, mothers, It will girt rest to jonraelves
and - r . ,
KELTEP ARD HEALTH TO TOTJB UFASli.
We bare pat an and sold thrs article for orer ran ,hm.
and CAN BAY, IN CONFIDENCE AND TRUTH, of It.
what we hare never been able to say of any other snedi
clne NEVEtt DAS IT FA1LBD, IN A SINGLE INST-
AniK, to asrsauT A CUKE, wben timely need, nev
er did we know an Instance of denattafaeiioa by any eae
who nsed It. On the contrary, all are delighted with Ite
operations, and speak ia terms of csenaaendatloa of Its
magical eoeete and medieel virtue. We speak la this
matter "WHAT WB DO KNOW j" after ten yeare' expe
rience. AND PLEDGE OCR REPUTATION fORtllH
ULILLMKNT Of WBAT WE HERE DEOLAKS. Ia
almost every Instance where the infant it taacrlng from
pain and exhaustion, relief will be found In Siieen or
twenty mtna tea after theDyrnp ia administered.
This valuable preparation at the preaerlntloa ef oee ef
the most EXPERIENCED and SKILLFUL NURSES lo.
New England, and hat been need with NEVER fAllM
INtt SUCCESS In
THOlTHANflS r CASKS.- '
It not only relieves the child from pain, eat lovljor.
asts the stomach aad bowel, corrects acidity, and giree
tone and energy I the whole system. IX will auaeat b
GE:P;BO 15 THX BOWELS, ARO WIN a COLIC
and overcome eonvulil-ma, wkioh. If not speedily reme
died, end In death. We believe it th BEST and BUR-
bbt KBUMDi IN TUB WORLD, la all ease ef DVB
BNTERK and DIABRUffiA IN CHILD REM, waether
It arista from teething, or from an other eaaae. ',
would say to every mother who has a child raftering from
anyof the foregoing complaints IK) NOT LET TOUR
PREJUDICE! NOit TUB PREJUDICES OEOTUKRd
Hand between yoe and your eullering child, and the
iwi ujaiaiurjeouaa ye. AHMbui'Ki,i BUHat te
rouow me as oi tnts medicine, n ttssety ate, roll di
rection, for asiDg will seomay eerh bottle. None
renutne units the faeimile ef CURTIS A FEKK1NH,
New York, It en the ouuiu wiapper. ... I
Bold by all Druggiatt thiwighoul th world. - '
Prlvclaal Office, IS Cedar atret N.V.
PRICE ONLY 95 CENTS PER BOTTLE,
oerJ7-dwlv. - ' - '
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS.
1 made In ti.e the ellcere of this Bank, J senary rDth,
IH6I, to wit: Wat. A. Pltt, President, and Tooeut '
Moonia, Cabler, vetifned their ofuoe. Davie Tatm.
Bsq., was the elected President and Wa. A. Putt ap
pointed Cashier. ......
Br order or ine vura of Director. - I
febt, IWI-dtf. W. A. PLATT, Cashier.
riatt ot Mtaloa's Etrablisbment, N. Y.,) Foprletor
th New York fashionable Doaring, Hair Catling
Bhampooirlng, Curling and Dreeting Saloon, East Btal
street, ever tb . poat OlBce, wber eatlttacUoa t
be given In all tbe various branch na. Ladig u
. Children's Ualr Dressing don lath beet style.