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c o M u a. piu o -THUR3 An Important Decision. .. ... - br .tfrpnc to our Suprem i ft" "u - . cottpeo9ftioi of a waBtiintionaiif reduoed iDtt'e SJurm"i th i.niiief way na k. .hn mid 'o ot fee. This deoleion State. Interesting Discuasion. ' Titer wae An (nteTteaog -discnsalon In the House of Representatives jesterdAV Afternoon, upon a motion to reconsider the tote by whlob Senate joint resolution. Autbotlxinp; tne Attorney-General to dismiss the case, pending egalnet certain banaeonpel tbear to V1 "M Indlvida!. ar. t.x.d. iMeBnttalf postpon d . A number of gentlemen gave their Tlewi of bank. bank leiatlon, and the nature ud effect Of decision or the Supreme Court of the United State. ' Mr. Oeeow, of Liketegei :d decision of that Court binding, end a State Court that would. mak a deeistop. la, con fliet will. It ad obnoiioti to tht ehsrgeof eeoee eloDlem, A tbe r.bel. el ibe Sou. Pending thi? dlwiwloB, the Beoate adjourned."', .; ' ' - ' 'i Legislative Summary. WEDNESDAY, Feb. 26, 1862. "ssHmMr. Gouck'sl presented the leeola tioa ot, Vt B pt Elacatloobt tbe" 6Uv of Dijton,'remonevrtiDg against any reduction of theeobool tworl lnteifereooe ia our oommon eobool system, which wae referred to the. com mittee on ComiaWBob Bieroe pre " eeatod the pstltiouX oiiten of Ohio, for each modiSoatlon of the lawAieball it the plo ot holding election at or near the eentree of the several township; wblelfwu Referred ;t tbe committee on the Judlolary. Sundry bill were read Ibe second time and comklttodi atd the following bill were pawed:. To amend sec tion mo of ea act entitled enact defining tbe jurisdiction of Probate Court'n criminal cm in the eountieeo&P.ke, Portage, Jekson, Cler mont, CrroH, GaIHa, Butler,. Lncas, ,' Hocking, Defiance, Brown, Lorain, Cosboctoo-' end Cc lamblana, paeecd April 4, 1659; To amend woo tioa seven of an act defining tbe jurisdiction and regulating the practice ef Probate Conrte, oaed Marsh 14, 1353. .... . . Mr. Sherrard gare notice of a hill,To ;e peal an aot defining the jariedietion end regale ting the practloe of robate Courtj in me conn tiraof Erie, Looae, Richland, Holmee, '. Mont anmerr. Delaware, Franklin, Sciolo and Jeffer- eon. Mr. McVeigh reported a joint reaoluUon, authorising ibe Oorernor to appoint aadlttonal ' eargeona'for Obln regiment, which wa referred to the eoamitut on Federal Relatione, with ioatrwatioot. Tk ComalUee reporte. lack a eubetiUib tot the resiluiHi which waeadopted proriding that the Governor, wbenerer he eh all find that Ohio regiments, beeuse of wounds in battle, or for dt Snse, need temporary aorgl c. or medical attendance,' Id addition to that provided by the rules' aod-regulations of tbe ern-y, be and ii hereby, authorised to acoept euob oompetent pbysidane a will volunteer o render euch aervioe, and to pay them all ezpen while so 'emflloved. Mr. Milee presented a petition numerouiiy aigned, for law to problbit-tbe immigration Into and settlement of black and mulatto' la the State, which wae referred. ' The bill. To repeal an act entitled an aot to authorise Alex ander Mooberry and hi aaocinu w, wrm i new eebool diatriot In the eeonty of Franklin, Otd, was passed.. House. meeeage were read and dwpoeed of. ' Mr. Jqhnston moved to take from be Uble the reeoletion piovidine for a eine die adjournment, on "the, 24ti of Jllareh, which aiotioo was agreed to.'The senate tfien iu further eoceideretlow until ext , i , ... Wedneadajr,"A i SoJMiMr. Corey' preamble ' and resola- tion were discoeeed the entire forenoon. ' It the afteruooo, the same gentleman offered the fallowing aa a automate for the original pre amble asd resolutions,. which was then adopted without dissenting vote: ,1.,V,'J ' - .l! Wiiuiu, Wicked and ambition traitors have without cause plunged oar nation Into eivil war, disregarding all Iratexcal obligation, rIlfiQ the moat tiered injunctiooe ibat oao be applied to the oouedenee, tDeir solemn oatbf, I forcior epon n an ezpenee oi muuuiis oi muuej; . . 9 . . i .l. . . : r I j ana lociicuiDie iuu u " uuiui vw neat, and untold miseriee in the eaorifiee of hu mehlite; and - ' " J- V'V . :i Wsrsiis, Recent developmenU maoiieat a dispMtUon on tbe part of tbe rebellton to- ask Urme. and sua for peace; therefore be It" - fctoitxd, by the Gtntrtl Aitmblg tht State of O.'tio, Tbat in view of tbe Ium of lojal blood and treasure, our .Government eaanoe wttboat loe of character, and jutioe to the noble dead that haveUen in defense of It authority, and tbe right of humanity, accept lets than an un conditional ennmiasloa , to the supremacy ( the Coaatitutioo aod the law. Ratted, That tbe roture peace of the Uoited Sta'.ee, and the permanency of tbe Gat eminent a well . aa the beet Interest . oL Jbumanity throughout the world, demand the) epeedy trial and summary ezeoution of all' leading couepir atora ia the attempt to destroy tbe Government; and, in tbe name of the people ei Ohio, fM have given their money and their live without tint lor tbe preservation of our liberties, we protest against the entertainment of any prop osition for settlement other than unconditional submission to ' tbe rirfhtlul authority, and tbe Ctwdiga punishment of tbe anthore of tbe rebell ion. " .v TT Rudvtl, That tbe Governor be requested to tranr-mU a copy of the foregolog to the Presi dent, and to each member ot tbe Cabinet, aad to each ( our Senator and Repreeentetivee in Congres. , , , (' ' "If Bon .bill, fin time for holdiog Coorte ia the Ninth JuQioial District, was pas ed. Mr. Harrison offered the following, which was adopted: " ; ." "Z , '?" i WaraiAs. One'bf the loyal men of Teooee tee, who ba escaped from rebel trranoy, i now in tbe Capitaii it le therefore hereby Ruolvtd, Tbat Rev, R. Brownlow Smith, of Koozville, Tennessee, be ana be is nerec-y in vited to address the members of this House, In tbe flail thereof, this evening, Feb. 26th, at 7U o'clock, on tbe subject of tbe present rebel lion, aod tbe duty of Union men ia regard thereto.- .,..,. i. :'. 1 ' ' ' A resalution to go into tbe election of Uoited States Senator, on the 6.h day of March, wae tabled, by a vote of 51 to 84. Nnmeron Sen ate measagea were read and disposed of, after which the Hons spent some time lit committee pf the Whole, and then adjourned. Wan. run Brum- On elderly femal, living a (ew milee above Fort Henry, declared to some of tbe scoute tbat tbo Yankee were worse thai tbe Indiana; tbat tbey always burn cd the bodies of the rebel, sod that tbey bad cut the cor pee of General ZolllooBer to pieces end eaten it. 1 he woman Honestly oenevea tbe itnry, end laid ibe had been told II by A man who bad witnessed tbls taitance of Nortb ' tin cannibalism. r . e CTCol Robert L. MuCook left CudlnnAtt on Monday lust to Jch hi reglmen Pennsylvania Election Law for Volunteers in the Service. We bare prod red oop; of iba'Tonaaylvw ,;. F'ntio'! Li. and rubl;sh below tbe prov'.s ions Of it Which permit the volunteer from that State, in actual .service at the time of a general electron.""! vole, wherever they may h: We commend this matter to the attention of our' own Legislature, and oggesl tht ,lom mem ber oreDare a bill and have It enacted, into.! law, couferrlog upon the noble and gallant men ol OBld.'who'ere laibe mlllturj service , the una nrlvllece bt i giveolO the Pennsylvania 3ldfeVr,letb)i be dona at ooee. for there I no rtaion in the world why our brave men m tbe army .honU be deprived of theright io vote when absent rrom home ngnung mw umi Ihiis'aonntry. The following are the provision or tne iw,auuoeu, w.. ;;. ,- " Whenevtr any of the oitiieos of thi Com nn..Hh nualtfied a herein before provided; shall be in actual military aervioe in any de tachment of tbe militia -or oerpe of volunteer, seder a rtqaleltioo from the President of tbe United States, or by tbe authorltj of thi Cou moneetlth, on the day f the general e eotlon, in..id. nnh aitiien suT eterclse the rliht ot euffrage at snb place- as. may be ap- pointed by the commanding officer of the troop r milium to hioh thev shall reepeoUvely be long) aa tuny ae u uoy rT. a. " beual plooo of election: Pretrfded, That no member of any euoh troop or company, ehall be permitted to vote at tbe plaoe so appointed, ii at (He tome of eucb election ne scan ve within ten mile of tbe place, at woioo ce would ne entitled to vote, if not la eervio ae aforesaid. -. .! " ' , ",' uThe proceedings for conaaeiing tucn e:ec tinn hn be. a far a practicable. In all ra peel the same ae are herein directed in the m of e-aowal elections, exoept tbat the op- Ma or 00 madding omcer ot eacn company or iritoo abk.ll act aa Indire. and that the first lieu tenant or offieer seooud in oommand, shall vA ae inepeotor at itiea election, o far a (ball re late to loan company or woop; auu in mhvi tbe neglect or refusal of inch officer, or either of, them, to serve in snob oanasity, the officer er officer next iaeommand, In euo!' com pan j or irwp, shall act as judge or laspeotor, at the eaaemavbe.'. T .V- .. - m. . vTtie ouioer - autnorisea to peeiorm u uum, f judge, ehall administer the proper oath or f firmauon to the offioer who shall act aa Inspec tor, and as soon aa auoh officer ehall have been worn or affirmed, be ehall administer the prop m nun or affirmation to the offioer whose dutr II shall be to aot a udge; and tucb officer act ing aa judge shall appoint two persona laaeta clerks, and shall administer to them the proper oath or affirmation. ', - ".'Vrt' V'" s?T -Tbe several cflicers authorised to oonduot such election, shall tke tbe .like oath or af firmation, ahull have tbe like power, aod theT. well a other persons who msv attend vote or offer to tote. At each , election, shall ba snbjeot to the like penalties end restriction, are declared or provided In thi act, In the oae of election by the ottixe . at weir nsuai piece of election . lj i V:! ' Within three days after eoch election, the iudgrs -thereof ahtll' repeelvely trabsmH, throueh the nearest Los'.onice, a return tnereoi, together with the ticket, tally lists Mid Uaie of. votere, to ue protnobotary wi ms'cooair 'u vhloh nnh electors would hate voted tf not In military service. V, And ,tba sUi"Judg shall transmit another return oi ituca eleouen to the eommanding officer of th reimoot or battal ion, ae the oee may be, who ehall male a gen eral retaro, under hie hand and seal,, of the votes of all the companies or troops ander hie command, and khall transall the earn through the. nearest posteffioe to (be secreteryvo he Uommonweaiin. , .t - r -i ,fi'! It shall be the tuty of thepTothonotary vjf the coanty, to erkoa enoh retarne ehall be in We, to- deliver to. ho! return Judge of th'take countr, a copy certified under, his hand and seal. of Ibe return ot votes e raiiemiHea to mi pj tbe judfre of tbe election iu the. Companies or troop aforesaid! .w -lie return lodge 01 in proper oonntv or coaoties, ta whioh lb volunteer or-mums men aforesaid may have resided at the time of beln called into act tut service, as aforeeaid, aluU meet on the eoond Taeadsy ia November next after the alecttonv. "Ana when two or more oonotlee are etmceoted io the election, tbe meet ing of, the Jdge;lrflm aoh' coantj shall be pwsttoned in enoh ease aatii the Friday tollowing tbe eaia Taeeday la nowemoer - y The return iudeee eo met, shall' lnolnaa in their enumeration the- vote so -returned, and therenpoa ehall proeod ia all respects ia the like manner as Is provided In this set, In cs'ei where all the totes shall have been given Cttbe usual putce ot election, a -.ur i-.i i io v i- The Tribune on Colonization. i . , j - Ii "TT ...I r-. j -: io o LTbo A ew York. Tribumt oomes oat in oppoefr- lion to'IU own' orttit.proposlJon.'to ;oWi th lsve whea snrpBted. ::- Bat theoj it think It wilnaii & to.te the aegroo la sen. Uct wltK'tndr1 nj'er mB(eri;;;erhf6re;he Zritus advises: u' ' tr-" i'0t "7 Let us keeoJtb'e elaver, who are'valuab'Ie, and will make gooleitieenei aiMi get rid ef the elave bolder, who are only a nolasneei 1 It adds tbat "we shall bars no peace till the country I rid of (Bern the slaveholder, fully and forever," and set further: ' It fefl anywhere on the American continent, thev will eooner or later re urns their favorite project ei bringing Africa over here to colonies ii-- Instead of petmlttfofr them to bring Africa herelet ns send,tmt to Afric,,'"""j H v't t As a neoeseary ooanterpett o th Tribune1? project, wo would suggest tbat 'GaczLtr? 8dm Kt and other Abolition nalsancet be sent over to Afrloa, where tbey oan find plenty of "val htble" negroe of thb 'nnmixed' breed, whom they can manufacture, Into, "good cithens." For,1f (eft anywhere on (he American, Contl nsut, they erill aooaet or Jeter - rasam their favorlt project''; of : Africahftilng li..Tuer:, fore, "instead of permlulng - tbemto ferw America into Africe, Ibanetter way fa to er them Into Afrio.!l, 'cau'H,l:: General McClellan. ' Te Cincinnati' Cewmterciaf, In toticioe; the assertion of tbe New York 7Hane taat.Gen aral MoClxllan wu a Bbxokuiaipoi Democrat,1 ay that "this le enf 4h Inaamerabi faiel Aoetione prpeirated with mallotoos Intent by the rriinne school ofJonrnAlisU end poUllolni." The Commercial adds that "General MoClaxlak ma not am active polittoian, bat wu a wapperter of Docola.',' ,', 'tl.-i The Best Thing yet. It 1 ) seldom that anything good come front An unmitigated Baohanaa Democrat tbat W most call attention' to Mr. Dreeel'i amendment to the "damnation bill," u given in tb last sentence of our Colombo tte. If that is not "rich," we csonot appreciate wit. Aod tbe way Dreael's emendment killed th "swear. log" bill show that the Hone aee bow. ridlc oloue tbe enactment of euoh a law would be; for we certainly -cannot eoppoae It argue that the lious' or profanity in a unitea Cleveland Herald (Rep.) Who SftoT Col. LoamT Tbe offioer ot tb Second Kentucky (rebel) regiment, Aocordlog to the Miseauri Democrat, say that tb Individ nal who ebt Col. Joba A. Logan was a boy of tbat regiment, aged 16 or 1 years- nenrea At him tbree or four time. -Col. Hanson, of the Kentuokv regiment, tava they bad Col. L can, but thongbt aim dead aad le.'t him s the field. V ;.'. ' " -. '' CaDt- Charles Leib wu rejected as AMislaat Onartermuter a second tims. The Military committee reported that be wu noable to o count lor $1,000,000. rVojinoa Ditpatck to If. Y. Tribune. ... . ' Commenting on this, th Rochester - faiea ay Lelb'a appointment wa a reward for aer vioe to the Republics party io th fall of I860. Th Senate rejected him, bnt after th ad loom- ment of tbat body certain Republican of .w- ego prevailed opoo tbe r resident to re-eppoist kin,. . (la has keu cm dutvinr GenCVAl Ro0 orane'e tfeparfnect, and many And. JotnT.ave en tns pginp.uiis ogaias mm. t'ii Cleveland Herald (Rep.) The [...] The True. 'Col.f rnev,wbo wasu ,rful 0vo- ea.eof the true do ttin u t... rights, ays in a rec nt le'ter fe om vvanninpton to ois pa n,t in I'-ataiiolnhln. that vt ' lue.downfall of the rebellion "peruhee forever Ue peetl'ent the ory or State rights, ana upon us r"' ' ".: dieated ConBtUaUoa -of- tb UimmwI fauwe ti h.aA...r.A mnramatejtia oroportiooej' (,la evSshlngfth. rt lights, tu loyal people oi w - to it that the rithWy ie net only preeeryed but v trensthensd-th theory, o- ".-ol which Jeflereon wu th epoetla, and Mediwn, Monroe aod Jackson were dieolples the theory which insists ibat "the Constitution, nod -the .l. it-ii d.iu vhlflb ehall be mce In pursuance thereof, AM the wrm hyf the Una, and that vujuagn ,n mvay - j- law of any State to tke emtnrv ofwwAi ie,'and which insists that "the .power not delected to the United Slates bv tbe Constlto . tinn n. nmhihltnd h It to the State, are re i eerved to th States respectively, or to the peo-. ple.VirtThlsta the true theory, in vhick kie bee Mailed and teufht f be eewWiwa alike ba the teeeeeUnitti at the Bool " ce- IMon-rtpublicemt of the North.'' Are we aaked to lntano wnn bb wu tho knlUinn nnhllnana of the NOrU! PaVO aS- eailed and sought to overthrow thlslheoryt We point to the legls:ative nd Jodlcial Aotion of the State of Wloonin frotp. the year 1854 to the year 1857 twite ftomsiin ana juumtu actio remain unrevtretd 19-day and to the leg islation of all those northern State Which have enaoted "peraonal liberty bills." . Let ns briefly recapitulate this legislative and Judicial aotion of tbe Stat of. Wleconaln, the spirit ot wbloh he e.iimetAit th republican naitv evervwnere. In 1854 the notorious Sherman M. Bjotb,or Milwaukee, beaded An, abolition mob which rescued from tbe custody of the United jp tatee Marshal a fugitive elave, la. tbal oitj,. This vu known a the "Glover Reeone .Case.'.q- Brmth in Indicted, tried. lound eulltv. ana sen tenced to pay n fine of f 1,000 lor a violation of the fnglHv slave raw., upon a writ oi eersuj be was taken before tbe Supreme Court of th State, and tbat: tribunal,' deciding tbe law 10 be uDOongtltutlontl. discharged Bjotb from Custody. ' Mr. Cusblng, while . Attorney General of tbe1 Uoited State, had .'the decision of the Wisconsin Bopreme Cpurt reviewed by the Sanreme Court or tbe United Sta'es. which reversed it, affirming the cooe Uutionality of tbe law. ' Bantu was re-arrts'.ed ad committed te prison, where he remained for some time, and until' the fine was remitted by the rrta., dent. In the Legislature of Wisonsln, lu lB&a, immediately arter Ibe decision pf the bu preme Coort at Washington', tevereihs the de elsien of the State court, a series pf resolution wae Adopted: the terms ol which are familiar to every political' student. ; They committed the legislative and executive departments of the State, aa fully us the Supreme Court had, V viouely -committed the Judiciary, to the doctrine of nullification.' Tbey emphatically asserted the power of a Statetd nullify a taw or Congress, even after the cooititntlonalitv of tbe law had been pissed upon" and' affirmed by the court of ;-Hee-1 a" 'record 6f 'fbeHfchf .lheorrol Stat right -equal to any that can be .found, in tbe8outhA It 1 troe that tbo Repabllcinsof WWionsin, and or Other states which have sim ilar legislation, 1ive not orgthlxed 'armies to nroree tht peittlent theory, out mey aaw neboUenfaree H. bJ';-xl ,'." '.;,'. 'Thi peetflent iheor'vot State rlchli Northero origin.' The South have, borrowed.it from tb Norths It originated at Hartford, in Gboneetlcut, In 1812, and wae then reprobated and ridiculed bj the South It wan revived at Boston, ia Massactnsstts, during the'pendeoc' nf tbe question th snnexatlun of "Texas.'' 1 was rampant alHbrongh the North from 1854 natilr la law, its culmination In both . the nenu ana seeie prouuoea ns oontaern reoei : It -aintt betrat do'wd in the lforth si Well is UtbeBoutnr. J When t shall be put flown , In both seetlon. "npon its Tula the vindicated cooitltutlo of the United State will assume" not "broader "ind mor' mojestlo proportion,' Chicago Chicago Times. How a Female Trio Came It Over Secesh. ;The Wheeling JattUlgenetr eredite A orrr pondent of the St. Ciakevlll OattUe with the following ttoryP 'rHX: j On day last week, three women of Bridgeport Mr. H., Mr. McC., and Mr M-!-a11 wives of soldier In the federal army, ,nd participant or me charities of uaio, eacn one. of .them drawin soma two or throe dollars ner veek .'int not sa tunea vritn spread-eagle i liberality, ooa oluded, as thi fairy legend say, "to seek their fortune" In another clime, , So, after bavinx laid their headt together, U was Arranged that on snouio oe epoKesmso, Aootner aako- car of the spoil, and another, a aaucy Irish woman, should do the orylng.7 With tbat understanding tbey entered the town of amalgamation ( Wheel ing) ander the guise of grase-widowa of th secession army; and then And there. After much sniveling end lamentation, tnd abundance pf teste, suooeeaed m stirring op tbe eympsthiee ef several rebel to the tune "of fifteen dollars BTgoode, pewter and. groceries, end God .onlr aoows now mucn tney wouia nave got naa .lt not heen that they ran foul of a citixea wbp knew that one or tnem pad a buabandn the Union Army:: ' The fact could not b denied. - Thus "the beet laid schemes of mio and mq gang aft a-gle," and tbe trio bad to akedadl to Ohio as fast as sturdy lee could earrr them. rejoiced that tbey had aot been confiscated, ai tcr thd manner of Heaton's. blank paper. -.In juetice to rheeee9ionlBt of. Wheeling,, how. ever, tie n eatd, tnat xne women made .most favorable report -it the it, liberality and kind, nt!Bgi. io-.i.-J V- --- -t : It a tbe (l(3e? Welier.Ve, tblVk.'who tioula not remember how many men one woman "was ekal to in pint o' oamln' it. over' a ieller' .but be thought tb number Wae five end twenty. 4 Tb above story u only another counrmatlou of tb tenth of Mr. Waller' obaervAtion And lb I Ms. : Geo,; W Wtlkeefone of thr'releksei Riohmend priAonere, Arrived at Baltimore on I i al.,1 mwemetammmtmeammiofm.a, Friday. Heeaye th Unlea ladle la Richmond kr vary -wimeroaeVAOd hive' freely expended their niean to saaoonag and;, comforting the tick) And ; wnimded -Federal 'Whonert. Mr. Walkar bring arith. him a beautiful cold and enameled chain; which wu presented to bim by a 1 party of ladies on tb eve of hi departcre, with. tbe iollowiac not Written in A neat' and leD-aal hand:, ) c-"l I UiiK'-n. :'. RICHMOND, Feb. 17, 1862. this chain as a token' of pur yeeard. , May the part hi tbe great chain of out Uoiod be more ecerely- Kaked than they hate been since their formation ei a Union. ' t 1 .''Repeotfuliyfyour. , TtxxoaAra - Ahodud' tss Woa'Lp.-So.mtor Latham's ropeiitten to tbo Senate Is on to makeauaaitakefcl breath And ttare.-' It ba the eenotioo of the-Military eommlnee, end la nothing leu thn 'a telegraph' from Farl to San Frauoieoo, passlwg through- St. Pdterabnrg And Moscow, across tbe European boundary into the cold countries of 8ibtria, rooning into Tartiry, and, passing the northern boundary of the great (Jbioese fcmpire, jom tn Amoor Ktver, and keep along the shore of tbe Okhotsk Bee, aod throueh the wild province of Tckutcb, until it pueee from Ail Into tbe. narrow '.water of Behrlpg' Strait, embrteee the weetern Conti nent on Aba bleak aboree Of-Northern Rasslan Americs, crosses the penlnsatar -territory above Prince William's Bound, pause in Sitka, tbe capital of the Ruealan province, run along th eoaal to Vancocver's Islaadi from tbsno to Or egon, end over tbe golden shore of our Pacific Btstee nniu it reetasi omu. i-raomeco, sua, uni ting with onr great Padflo ipe, brings London within a day of New York; It cannot bnt star tle the progressiva people of ttali Ambition end daring age. A old! friend from Bpriogfield lately walled to ie tb President.-Arte th Usual greeting, Linoolo." said he, 'wbe yod turned out r.emeroB7 whv didn't vo tare out all 4h Vest yonr Cabinet J' 'Tbat,9 aald tb President, "makes an think of eemetblng tbat took place near home, n illinol. j Aa old tarmer had twon pestered wit a colony or Bt-nnas mat depredat ed nightly on hi poo! try : 1 He determined tb be rid of them, and flnAlly' tnoceeded- ta getting them All lata one bole, where be otmld kill tbem hi ploaeare.'. Ho draw on forth by th tall,1 tod executed Unr; bar, said by UF lelimgr tbe storyj - 'thl aad fooa d iofetnat tahch tbhl c ler- ao was m twm mu. RICHMOND, Feb. 17, 1862. Local Matters. [For the Ohio Statesman.] [For the Ohio Statesman.] YOU ASH WHY I AM SAD. [For the Ohio Statesman.] YOU ASH WHY I AM SAD. BY MRS. CLARA S. MEACHAM. . iieim tat brtathei tlaal on, Tbw storu-kla K rTli?f tf his tbroo. ' aimnen st eleimaie'.otacrui jBcow-drift annad r pilmg hl:'. i 1UI to th sound of tb wintir rtorm, t Trimm our an km u aasm ana warm; think ef the aldlrs-thetr ed th earth, j T Jiai I oanat pt '14 too of Blrtbrl I" . V"01 (he uU NidiMhII dsUrlods Artasii, Whia the opealng je with tent gloams, As nstteei he earns from sloe te eld, - Aad amraars th name ef sister er btid, Wbn th UUaM ef night h hourly broken, A htbir or autUr 'are wildly ipoktB" J.IkWtlll'tholdlr,eOo4;U lltIh,,, s I '5 Bst mi heart is -" - tb sky."1 Oh trlok of the etatlni-bU tonely pathL (Th itorw-kin ihrltk In farton wrath! Ih pnee Ilk twig ar bynt by the bUiU . y, T It sll end th wow are tailing fast, -'- y vt. Bat many a frh-sad moasd Is thr Thr sntlnls fUi with anzloas ear; -Bat tbe eepls mark eaoh loaIy tomb, -They alt on the winds 'inldftorm and gloon. M M " ' Probate Court. r, - , , . f 17 P 1 l c i- 1 d ' Item of business transacted in the Probata Court of Franklin county, Judge Albery, during tbe week ending Wednesday, February S6, 1861 u rj J t MARRIAGE LICENSES. Seven marriage licensee only wero issued during the week. GUARDIAN APPOINTED. WtipUln was appointed Guardian of FrederikeMelle.' " " GUARDIAN APPOINTED. ORDER OF SALE. An order wu Isened to George Stelser, exe cutor of Phillip EmmeW, deceased, for the tale of lota seven and elgb jn sub-division of out lot twenty seven io Columbus. PROBATE OF WILL. The last will And testament of Jacob NerT, deceased, wu admitted to probate. FINAL ACCOUNT FILED. Of Thomair-' Roberta bxecuto of John Fun too, deceased, n.ji'i i ih;.- . " .--'i n--: HABEAS CORPUS. , On the sppllcetipn.of tbo father,- lames, !M. Thompson', of Nobl county) pis son, a minor only sixteen veer 'of ace, tod' a volunteer in the 74th Regiment CoL Moody, wu discharg ed from the itrvlo on a writ of hAbea corpus, it appearlni thai ih eoa had enlisted without bia father' knowledge er oonsent, And that th father wu not Able to Ascertain where b wu. until a few daye since, when he discovered him in Col. Moody's regiment.;;'.'' ! ! ' M Covat or,. Common Plxas The Court of Common PI commenced its session on Mon day last, Feb. $24. 1 A4ln G, HIbb was sppolnt ed Foreman of the Grand Jury, who are) still in session with' about the1 Usual amonnt of bnslness belore theuu SuNoar School Concmt and Exhisitun This grand affair akes. place this (Thursday) evening at Wuley CaMl, on High atret, rbe tween Gay and Long itreet. There, will be heard, under the gnldanoe of Mr. M. Chandler, two hnndredjind; flftv wfll ttral(icd -jouthful ' Mrs. Dr. Ely will preside At th piano. SpeeobeeAcd dialogue oLan Interesting and spirited cbaraoter, and tulted to th crisl and tbe time, will he rehearsed by foe children., j The church, will be handsomely decor Ated And splendidly Illuminated) and the entire Con cert and Exhibition' presented in the beet Ticket ean be procured at Randall & Aston's Bookstore. Go; eee and hear i 1 1 1 AaajvioDfTCbamber,1 the ataunt com rlar of tb rfnownad Robert Heller, illusionist and pianist, arrived At tbe American Honselaet evening. Mr, H. bu been delighting the citl ten of Cincinnati for tb past three wesks Tbe Dr. will make arrangement for two of Mr- Holier' inimitable soirees; to Uk place ome- time next week, , ..-- 1 - mi Arrival of Ruii, Cyyiciu.T-One hundred and twenty commissioned officer of th rebel army oaptursd At Fort Donelson were brought to this city yesterday afternoon aod taken to Qamp Chase by a detaonmentof thirty-five men of the lt Illtaott RegiqtbChlcAgp Legion, Col. Cummlnga. 1 17 R- Brownlow Smith, who claims to ba a nepbewbf Patoc Brownlow, of. Kooxvilla, Tennessee, delivered an address in the Hai of Repreeentatlve. last evening, pursuant to a resolution sdoptsd by th Hons yeeterdsy. He undertook to give an account of affairs In Eut Tennessee, front t Jbeglnnlog of ih re belllon until he' iuokeeded -fr making hi s DAP Interspersing It with pertonAl narrative ol uffrln a'i pere.oatk)ps endured by Union men end women In that part of th Sooth. He criticised the reeointiona of reosst Democratic State Conventions in tbo pir';t of tbe radical press of tbe North, olAialpg.'as tbe AbolUloa- lets do, that tbey tend .tolre Aid And comfort to the Southern 'Confederacy..' H-also ipok bf tome paper Io tb North in tb asm spirit jaaLu- theyar apoief by Northern ex tremists. Heclalm to speak ,or the Vnlop men oi me ooutn; oat, we opine, mat ine un Ion men there ara beyar represented by inch men a J. J, Crittenden, Andy Johnson, Wade. worth, aad other, who ineak for them ia Can gre, and' -whose- utteranetl hate V different spirit end a mor conservative tone. , k . , w 11 " ' a T Funvat, at Navobtc'i. Hah. AU who were present nty the) Sapper And Festival, given Ust evening At Naughton HU, by th ladlee of St. Patriok'i Chnrcb. m9t hnv teen deiigntea wun tnaenteriinmeni ana ne Agree able aoolal re-nnlon. , The (upper and otb"er appolnfmeji&2otlji inch occasion, war gotten np In good atjle snl taste. -Th ladies manifested tbeirptwlPtlc devotion to the Union by a handsome display of fl8- vf: hne, dit'J Xw'i OoWH Tb Articles of fancy work end other things for ! war quit enticing, sad the fair traf ficker Wer alert, aotive and lngenlon in dis posing of thsir wares. Those who mlnletered at tbe tables Ipjtba appetite of their guests were no lee shrew J, vigilant ana accommo dating. ' It wu pleasant to ht Urge HHJllle4 with ed goodly a comptny of Poth aaxdy wb all Appeared t enoy the aoolal feetrvItlM wia keenjellsh..Wa trnet tbe ladlu o( St. Pet rick' 'were Well MWArdetl,' In the receipt of th evening, for their seal -and iabo of.iov Ja trying-' to forward th enevolent and pralu Wortby obieptihey, tad la tleirJ -i - U FOR RENT. !Te bonfnrIJK?AiJJtr!ol; bctwain" Tiltd ili Fourth, ccnp!4 by tbe ubciitr.r- It bis AUrg yArd and itabU tohnec'ted wUaiiftB1 lea awM alaasftitrB mafttt mvt tA . u vimt-j an tJ yt m ( GlUMI t AUSt,JUJ8 fiALl.-ta, .oriW.--. Wltt and It. W. Brattli lntfr.4 gl '.n 1 grtl social Mae mernde At .NAUjbton'eA, Ilillijjn Thundav venlnifl. Febwlr Via A grsnd Una bat ba eiueated, end every on ia cordial lilnvltei. A whole ultof(i room (or ladle and gent will tied np In style, beside the floor of th Hail will be planed off in excellent order for dudti?iiv-",i; ' ' b23-td flEVV ADYERTISErJEriTS. GEO Fr- WORTHINGTON, Corner of F and Thirteenth Streets, VASH!.4CTOr CITY. HAVIN9 BSKN ENOAGED FOR A NUMBER Of ytan In tb 0ettlmDt ot luoh Claim Id od of th aonramtnt Offloe ((roai which b ha withdrairo), offer to attend, to Olatm of any kifid that awy be totrattod to him, such a tho for riNBIOHS. BOUHTT, AKRIAKI OF FAT, .u. TnnnxirtillUL. Clothln. aad parUonlarly for Bortw, and other Property loit or dMtroyed In th V lerrtoe, with which he i apeelally fastlllar. H B,TA 0I proap ava ihwhi f tobailnce . , . . ;, .-,!') ,,n i j TEBTIMOSIALg. I ihall hrfally testify that X know no agent la Waihlnton on whom ltsaote eaa teor oonBdoatly rely, than on yon, to eooduot their boetMM with integ- nty.eapaoivaoo- - Atft. Solicitor of V. 8. Ooort of Clelmi. . WMhltOD, D. 0. w ere well eeanaintsd with M r. WorthtDiton. and fully eoBoar la th favorable oploloa a to hi qmlioea- tion piw wot.' J Sifseasy mi.iuiiii-v Wthlnton. Eon. OBAS. B. OALVBuT, - Boatiof Rp. .,,, ..! Ool we. B. Randolph, if ilvi j.i j' ofclrf CUti,rr. a. Tnnrr'i Offlo.: Evening Dresa Goods. TkS. BITJ1. KAIZB, V AQBNTA, TI0LF.T AND JT White puda Bilk, - - - - - j: ? ;,:i,. ; VXA arUtiiln WhltandOoIorv.w, nt,l :tw s Oold Bmboened Tarlataoa, . " ... ., mi-H ' White Pari Mualin tnd Organdie,,. i, u ;:- o , Whit Silk Ihnll and Blond Laces,. , ,u .r . : . roint Lace m au wiuin.-. , : . i i " Lio and SohroUered Handk'p. BAIM A BON, No. S0 Booth High It JaolO, '. -,"". ., :i! .-. - -.'.v. j;. 33ialZ33.oxal noflo B AtMORAJi BKIRTB, i : 1 llesaat Hear net, ." -' " Linen Collar and Ouffs, ilrtP ' i . , , . Point Laos and Collars, r.:-r- Alaltee uoliara, ..-IT .tNt Venn Hendkerohlefl, - Wide Hemmed BtSdeh'fi, U - - - aieewe RlotxU. ' - icr j j (I (j Trlamlns Blbbon. Superior Bet ol table Uan In Cloth, Kapkln and DXJylle. Udle' Hemmed Eendkerehleh t vary low prlctai t Alexandre' Kid flloves In all oolor. . BAlaT tt BOM, " No. 98 Booth High Bt BUttKBOOKWAloUFACTOnV i-j -. - , ' IMPROVED MACHINEJltl 8 tT A M. - P 0 W E R. i : ! : ire , .t r. N. W;: LBFAV0R. Supt HOI. 39 M, 38, 8 NORTH HlQIf BIRITl "latesmaa Balldlng-, Beoon Floor rer R.'NeTlas's Ststt Hteam m ' rrlmtlwar Rwons. jr.-... T''!t'i i ' aw-aranti a anDDMatnnf ir. - ft ' aU-AJbal B U PDAaul A 1AU PAGED BLANKBOOKS, With or without rrinUd Etadlaia, o Bapertor Paper r! RULED AND BOUND vli J l7, to any reqttred Pattern .'' 0 1TAXS. BBPABTMBaTB, - ' , i mud KAltROAB Of flOtt, , ' lASsnta botjbii. 1 1-r ootjhtj oyyiOBB, -ymmlihet it th tewett Prfoe. ci BO OK:-BIN DING; By UlditloBratgUT!me, , tf ASAZINS8. . ., r , , .. .,n,r. i, . . MOSIHIY rtJBLICATIOB. ,PAJJPHIITI, '' b. - Bound in any Jteulred Ityle. - I '7 tot lull and Private .Uyreriet. ' ' Order from abroad wilt restive prompt and spfeiit attentions Addrea.- ' ' ' m. a. nibCii, - - or, r. tt . waivaj fc. Bookeeller and Btetloner, ,. Bnpfirlntondoat--rr 7 BMMh High Street. - -x , VrankUn Bindery; aevU-dtf e?t!l vt'Ti o .:.-. - r TT pUla blick Bap 811k, for Cloak i iM ptti quuw. - ' ' t. ijirti a. arivr . pvjv. JbT saafe .K Oi.l. eBA' Jul I'VI aai apvutU PtJ ,T- -M AMU 0 E 1.1 E NTS, a. i LClDLOeElvtro.- . j i. .... .S. I nBtasrr T. mrvixir ; Atrctr r. II . RIKIIKN. ireaenrer JUUIV Pl.tklllNKl Vewmlo ArUet AI.A.EN ATIVK, NOTICE. : BEpu.CTIONr JOJ t PBIOESr j ia' eeneMrbeno of ihi tlnolnntU Tbtatr' hTln " u pno 01 aamienon, we 10 now am aa no. til fnrther aoUo. annonnoe th folloelne rate ef ed. Bitin la aeoordane with tb tUae. BOAII Of PKICE8. Drew Circle.... 30 cent. Vemlli Olrale Ueent. PooltlT) oo kalf prlos, aad ao (re Hit. Fonrtk nlgbt of tb ngetmnt ef Ih 'aecompllihtd HATTIE BEFlNArXt). --. t"i;'y- 1 d; Thnrsdsy Evening," February 26, 18(52. Th pertortneae will ownmoncs wui BulvarVpUy vt I ' OB, LbVe'and Pride. iAN0B ..oikrsii ,s I eoaetaseerith lb Wmtlcei prima, U on sit, .of I ; T.IIDRX:- ACHOFUatTT Boon opvn at 1. 0rw.m wUlrinst fits tiatU Calls f ? 3w t wa JM ) agiilnet Ua Teetb, Bt4 Pfe&trtt Ataeaa4 ataaaf Tcvitutcfce Ear. cb( etsidl NMrala-t. " DEIITALfnEASUittY: . a w t .',. " "' a ooMrLira irr or rimipim fob , , ' Reserving jhi? teeth, PURIF YlXa THIS BREATH MOUTH, ANO- yi CUBIEa TOOTHACHE & NEURALGIA tn'J V: (. . ,., ,!. ' V -. l.t.,. . '! -' Dr. Hurd'i Celebralea MOUTH WASH, one bottle; - 'i-; - ' Dr. Hurd' Unequalled TOOTH fuwut-jt, onebox. Dr. Hurd'e Maglo TUUTHACrta iKjyrp( one bottle. - -. 1. Dr. Hurd't Unrivalled NKUKALU1A FAS TER. "!- ttT '1vii f rw. Muvf'i tlA VII A ton. tkt But Mtane at Pre- toning tkoJtM. including ntreetione for .A opr lireatmene or vnuarm-e ieefn- , , ., -,t-i. .TLVXi&lJ. for viaamng ouvnen.wm w.k Prepartd at Pr. Hard' Dental Offloe, H' Vodith Bj., Frioa ONE DOLLAB; or, SIX for rrr The DISTAL rEIAB0ET auk a paekag ilEht toche by five, aad U seat ay eaprem." ' To fellowtnaactUlMi W a send eeparateiy, hy mail. Via:- 1 .-) .-i ..-''-. -a i ! - -Th.-rreiilaBaitPraaervlnKttiTeetbi sent, poit-pald, ea the receipt ef Twolr OenU, or four TD niirlie riivr, wrBtnii(ii iu u.v Tin. Noma HeexMcne. aeo asieooe, , pwrpeiu, enreetiptof lghtatl.cvU iaaip. 'J' t t Muie alee), for Palm-la th OhtiU ahoalden, Peek, or aoy part t tb body, eeot, peet-patd, eo rnwlpt prihlriy Mvaa vbi. a .."-e . - ' , Audrr-iJ I .vi 'I .';i-"-- 'V wm; b. hurd ti co.p , Tribune ftuUdings, New York. ' TTP Tir. Wnin'i MOTTTFl WABH. TOOTH P0WD1B, andtOOTBAOHB DROPS cannot b tent by mall, bnt they oas probably obtained at yonr Drug or Periodical Store. . If they eannot, tend to 0 for th DBNTAL T&aABU jtX Ifrlcv, IUKS lOLLAB, wntcn eoniaim worn. NOW, Are Dr.Hurd's Preparations Good? Th belt evidence that they ar Is, that their flnntit frUn, anil heat nelrona ar tbo who kT Bed them lonieet. Da. Wiuuw B. Hoae U an eminent Deoliit ot Brooklyn, Treeeniw of the Hew xora etaic ventuu i..iut. A theu nrenentlon here been need in hi private practice for yat, and no leading silicon of Brooklyn or Wllliamtbargh qatlon their exMlleooe, while eeslnent Pes Hit of Mow lork reoommend tbem a th best known to th profeeeton. Wlthoat th aid of adrtrUalni, dmltri have sold them fay th grox, Th Idltor of tb Brooklyn Bally Time ayt "W ar happy to know that onr mena, d. iiuen, ii ino otedlDg beyond ell expectation with hi MOUTH W8U andTOOTH POWD1A. Tho grt eecret of blneeeM mt-wltk tb fet-WiT BU-ABTtcu aaa ratoimT wbat tbiv abb BBraceeirTBB to as, a ws cam Tirrnr nw .mii liuu nae.'r -t The w'l-keown P.T. Bernum write: "I found yonr TOOra POWDKB o good that my family bav need it all np. W Aod it th beet Powder for the Teeth that weereroeed. laball feel obliged If yon will tend me another aapply at th unseam at your convenience, who bill." ' 1 Bat thelyeost W o small that every on may test tb Better (or blmatuT. TTBBwrnre 'ot the ordinary Tooth Powder.' ''Da Hoao'iTooih Powder eonUin ao add,' aot alkali, nor ohaieoal.and MlUho wlthont wtarlnctb enamel. Cte no other. ) .-.-.' t What will 3 Dr.THard'87i:Rernedk8 ,T 1 3 n T E n :KfleCtT ;' o ,J . Da. Boas' MOUTB WASH And TOOTH POWBBB will glv to yoaog ladle that flntit oharm In woman a veet bream ana poeriy motb. xry uwm, imb. De. Haee'e Moath Week and Tooth Powder Will oleene th month from all foal sxhaUtloa; and if atd le the moraine:, will make th break feet tatte sweeter and th day begin mor pleeeaatly. Hundred of person ran teetlry to tM. Try theaa, feouoaea. Da. Bobd'i Month Waah and Tooth Pewder ar th beet DrenaratiOB la ih world for earUur Bad Breath and livlss ennneea and health totbeetuna. Hundreds of cet ef Diseased Bleeding Oame, gar Mouth, Conker to., hero been earod by Dr. Hard' eetrlngent waih. 1 Dr. Huao'. MOUTH WASH knd TOOTH POWDIB Kite an. addition! vhwa oonrtsblp, eoa maa na. bend mor eirreeabl to their wive and wire to their huebasdi. Thy boold be oo ey vry perton nar " ... ..-. - ....... y-i 1 'Artificial teeth, W which are liable to Impart A taint to th moalb-. Sb. Hows' -TOOTHA0H1 DROP cure Toothache arlitng bam expoeed lerree, aad ere th belt frtnds that nirenti can hire in the hone to MVfl their children from torture and thenielves from loioItlip and pjmpn Untie tntarlnt. 1 1 1 - 1" Imtni and Mbcxucici! yon cannot well afford to neglect yoar tcvlh. Por a trifling earn, yon can now get preaervatrvM.-tban wmcb atotnecmia or setor can get nothing better. Benember tbat DYBPEPBIA and CON SUMPTION Of TBI LUNOS olua originate la Neglect ot Teeth. Bend for th Trvatte on Tktik, and read Dr. Pitch's obwrvatUn on thia subject. - If too late to arrest decay la yoai w teeth, gay yonr ohlldren'a Neuralgia:1 Plasters. T j-jie.n' f 1 hr7fe. Da. Hvan's JIUTtAtGIA HON-ADHIBIT w pug. TBHi) ar th e pleeeant and (ocoemfal remedite Tr prworlbea lor mi pemiai ane.' th parient applle on, mod become drewryr mil aeleep,- aod awake (re from pain, and po blister ertbr nnpteMent or injanon eonetqutnoes enwe.- -rorsAseonw sou ttutvoe Bbabacbb, apply according to direction, aod relief will anrely follow. Nothing can M obtatned equel to Dr. Hurd1 Compress tor Neuralgia.--Trv them. fhey ar entirely a novl, cariona, and original proper Uon, and wonderfully ineoeeafal. - Tbey are of two sice, on anal), for the face, prlot 13 cents, and- the other large, for application to the body Brio 37 ent 1Ttll be mailed on noHptof yrlfie andmottamp. I IrTiatare'tiie People .Doingt.-, I Th American people art Intel llgent enodgh to appro diet preparatlone that rea tribal o macb to Uu) beppl. S01 of tboee ulng them, and tbey want thorns, Bvery mall brings 01 letters, some ordering the Sbbatms ea Ton, Km th NnaAtota Plaits, and not a lew eo 41oing 37 cents for tbe Uodt Waib, to be eenl bj maili tat to the w er compelled to reply that Ii I knpeoer- ble to send a half pint bottle by mail.. Ih people wagt toes aemeaie. vn-iviHfV2Wirnri.e eta I Row Is th ii i '.....-:..'-'-.f--s .., ! CHANCE FOR AUENTS." Btrewd iHBtron aiak a small foitan In earning the arttclee around to famtlte. Tb DotTAt Taiai- car I the seeteet ertlole that a Bum or woman oan carry aronod. Bend tor as ana eee or, letter, a doseoe wbks we will sail, a rapleifor 7. .Artnte wppbed Hber ally with Olrcular. . HTow Is lhttm to go let th buiiseu, to do good, aad mak s prolt. W en odlD tbooaand for lb be sent of emits. '.. Mew BnrUsd men and women I here I eomelAUig nice, sad SCMnc to tax to tide at it HMO. t- ; , t-.ai 'Addrfil ,.,s..v.: ".0 .-'J W. b. hurd &' cd;; ' . w ...o:c 'k. ? . t-.H . ef rl( ttl II .af'I-t'JItT-l'T' n 1. .v. tt r.' 3 ' - That remlttancci mav be mad with confidence. W. B H. fc Oo. refer to tb Itayorof Brooklint to 0. W. Oarrvrra, President Parmer' and Oltlceni' Bank, Brook lyn; to Jot. Ooa At Oo,, Maw York) t P. T. Barwcb, Aq- w zork, etc., to feK. ,- r- .Ki' Golden Hill and Shoulder Seam rto, TBRXB Ply Lnon Collar, tn all shapa; OenU' Paper Oollan; -, . , . ; A V' meet Tie eca ecern, .... Bnperior Kid Oiovee, ail colors; - Bngllih Oottoa Half Hoi t tr '' ' ' toiler BUIrt end Drewen of v ' -. Merino DwBb Wool, ' " 'J' -' -.t- r -: Bilk and Bbakr flanndi - Pocket BandkuoUefe. read for nu. And all kind of Gent' Pnrnlihlnt fioodi In tha areat. est variety and of best enellty. t 1, . ..JJ. ; - " - BATW A anw ! Tsrr 1 ITaf: Bouth Bigh'Bt,1 J ' . ..11. ,ir ..,.( ,,(.,i9,..J TT L SUPERIORHOOP SKIRTS rriHB Immovabl ClMp Booo klrt, Is Wtiit, Tint JL and kiagirttw tk mcrt perfect Skirt yet Inrre flaoed by a, aad let dBtaMiae srpdI;'If'li' ana eilaNlekiea, t'J BAIH BOW, ! 88 South Blgh Bl. 80, jult !S?ECIAtL HOTICES Vj. --t-i ,-- -mm , ymmy m) w-rmBmnmWmWmWmWmmWmmk "'j7 Slight Calm, C9Ugn, ' J2Wfu, . or , ia I'flll'l' YjDlLtacit,uKlomigKt be V' J oheilcivith a at'wiprwm 1, edty noffUotad, 'oftart trr wUrwiw mjrbudy .-Few . . aware of Vie irrvporlanca 4FPiTle? 9 S' misfit rjid twtwa m inm uu a, .ijmdiv f . tt,ylei ,0n ."rn , atiadka tha lunge. , werar rsi.4 iriiroduoei eleven yearly agv. It has ieWowi Jhat hey ara iha bent cHyala .before th .publia for auahy Jaaeki tha Haaldng Cough in fiatl aurnfttlan, end nnmervua affeotiont of thi ?Dh.idja.t, giving immediate rtlif: Public Speaker ana Singer$, wVl'iini'therA ejeetuaZ fir tlaaHng' eihd ! 8ffll!i ail (Druggists and (JWsrf ia Jlfedtoine, at 85 .aanta per fee. 0. KOBSBTBi rflfU). j n f .t 111 It deol8-dwat Nq, 94 North Btfh ftmi, Drapelew sir Cnrea by tra4retn'e , This form of oUsaau'lt oooaslonal by tb eualeat ar teries throwing eat gmter qaantlty of Bald, tbaa th sheorMBt take np. BBANDBETH'S FTJULI eoavey by magic, u It wr. as ImpulM le the rsttteitraal. tie, aronilsg their abeorttat to action, aad la cat of swelling Or atsry depostts, awaktninf th ilMylag ea- erglcs ef tbdse' vsiMi. . 8KNAT0B BCLLIHQEB, ef Brklr HrW Trk, wa a great snffmrfrsB drop ileal affection ef mors tban a year's doratlos-.'S drv4 ae matorlal kelp front tks, prescriptions of bis phytletsns, whs -f fast gat Wa te aaderatsnd that hi ease wa hopelei. By apparently tbe surMI haB0, ibe qualittas ef BEASBw BITH'S ,VUlt were brought to his Botlo. B bogia their nee at once and with strong hope tor he ceaprs- aendtd tot prloclpl of car. ' He pererrered with tatm for three month, taking often as many as flfteva pill a day, pat, Alday; staking 11 ami te lake inffleleut te purge la th most efftotsat atannaf twice er tbrlos week, This FXBBBTIaAKCB wu rewirded.by per fect rtoratlon to health. Which has continued to this time. Bold by Jons !' Coos, Dnrvlet, Odlnabu, sad by all reepecutble dealer la medlolne. -:t r -i ftbSO-dAwlm .- y 1 r, ,i-ni .at TO MAIUITED UDlTt Or Tttaa CaatteaasHstUms; - Ktarrtaga. THB wlrlgnW,wlll glreinforeMttoa ea awry ea. ttreeUng and important sohjeet, whlctt will be 1 tr od Aura than 4 tkoasaad time Its teat by every married couple of any age or eondltlon la 11. Tbe hlbemaHw will be eenl. by mail to any add0Sj fild seeetpt f J oent (eOoaf) and one. red stamp. .', r, & JAflkttersih0iildDS4dre4tJ y'--i 1 KJ B. B. btOBAII, 0.9 . '"'"Boto,'U ootai-lyltawdltw Iteanwredfraam atla ! MMcwr- DrrA. i yflLUAirS.tr'. BroadwaVna Hiit., Oo1ambnad,,'ha dented Aimer It for sarlst ef year to the treatment of certain private din. HssaayA. eontalted tl hhj'oOlc ob ptoodway, aear h Bnhank B.nk.1-" '.a-tM.Jil'"'jUM'f JanlOdtf to ,.12 rf-l-H tUm plBawMmwmttm xm: II. liESTIEAUK, (BTJC0B8B0R TO KcKBa tt. BI8TIIAUXK 3 U Ci li i rJl :;A B No3l06, ft Booth High Street; IT, , t lll'l t r I OoXaTTLVITltTO, , '. A L t- .t .3.;. .'ii ("'' D1ALIR IH ..... r-l-- CROCERIE8, PRODUCE P Jl O V 1 8 f O N CT " Foreign and Domestic Frarta. FLOOR, 8 ALT, -LIQUOR 8,12 TC ,.- ;y t : r-"'".: 11 1 -r a STORAGE fit COMMISSION PURE VINES. 1 v-' FORE? BRANDIES i t .-ip l) flhnr.t ti:t .,-T.-ltJ i.Wlbs wmfitrira n r-' c'ryi" 1 i' '1 l.-Tl.tT'l bin -brli U for mtdldnal pnrpoiu, for sal by jaaS-dti lOeBeathBIgh (treat. EXTRA ' DRIED DEEF. P.iit. '; - SUGAR CORED HAMS (New. ; )7.v)r"; ?ouar! corejd beef tonooesj EXTRA FAMILY FLOOR. CANADIAN BUCKWHEAT FLOOR. t. Por l bj p -j. '.. WM. H. BIbTHAU;, 106 Booth High Stmt. ' m ; r ii ;. JanB-dtf 1 00 VtAXB CASSIA. S Oeoei No. 1 Qorernment sTabng. inui viotb. ; !-!.. lOboxe Oltron. . . MboiemaEelslni, ,S iMnt do. ' :, . ."fti'ltXldiTlmayiB. -'X'.-' ? ' ' SoukaZantoOarrant, te, etc In tor for rale by , p -. . WM. H. BISTIBAUX, novIO 104 loath High Btntt. '.- 'i 1 :. '"n" 1 i"'" j.ii.&y,;KCERniii7. - . '3STo-' t30. Corner of Broad & Front StreetV"" tr .. 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