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WEDNEdJ1: VVI;:NlNO,.f AN,; 0, 1
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To the People of Ohio.
ifull. laa.,Ud lh orservenc 'rUay
Jau.ryth,.H,br the P.opl. of Ohio, a a day of
HM.lll.tloo, lasting .nd Prayer, In conformity with th.
Proclamation to that (lct, of Of 1'M.Ukot ! tb. TJnlr
EXECUTIVE OFFICE, Columbus, Dec 29, 1860.
EXECUTIVE OFFICE, Columbus, Dec 29, 1860. The Position of South Carolina.
' Wh.n .a atuik of the weaeul hostile attl
-'tndaof South Carolioa toward tbe Cnioo, we
not me.. .fc'tH
M a Stat under tbeY.deral Constitution, but
-'that lnkwhicb the preent mateooTeuv.ou,
Htlng at CbulMtOD, bas plaCea ner. ioe
Um nf that Convention Is clearly revolntlonarj
and ceonot be recognised a8 legitimate State
action, ptbcr hv povertBeafl
the government oi aoy
Th. f.onntlon. If its sulhoritv be recognl
..J WttlaMi. An Dlaeed oiith Carolina In
.the DQiltinnof Ikiore'g" Sute or nation, In r-
J gard to the rest or toe union. --
. . . wt T h a a nana A1 n
ordinanoe dissoiyiegyeu jB. rj. -r-.j--
whleu unite that 3taJenn "
' " .'aod withdrawing ber from the common Coofed
?1 ercy; Uubai 3 empowered t fbe Governor; to
th. ambauadc re, mlnlsterB, coneuli nd
r. fwolira oowers: to condoot negotla-
1 with the adrlce and consent ol tbeSUte Senate;
K- 4 l like manner to appoint all offlceri; to .ppoint
ii H nnbllc ambaesador., pabllc mlnietere and ooninli
ai the Generat 'Aaaembiymay. direct; and all
''officerg whoee appointment has not otherwise
' - k MMtded fir bt law : to convene the Senate
hen be deems It neoessary-prum u.
'log the eiistenceot tbe Convention, alt treaties
and appointmenU of amb.sjadors, mlnUters,
ronsulsT 4oVball be subject to U. advlc. and
MnB.ct. and that the Governor Immed.ately
appoint four persona, with tbe advice and consent
of tbe Convention, who .hall form an "Execu
lve Council," whose duty it shall be to advise
- Mitti 1i! in. .
' Three Commissioners have been appointed
represent South Carolina at Washington City,
" who ate. ;no, there ;maklng. demand f th
Vlrl Government aa of a foreign power. Tbe
'U. S. Arsenal at Charleston Is In possession
Cent, llimmurs,' with p mllltarf force, act,
- r -i .. i m.
lug under tbe authority ot me uoveruor.
miliury of the State has also Uken possession
of Foit Moultrie and, Castle rtncsmey, woico,
with Fort Sumter.' attlt-held by United SUtes
5 force under Major Aidiuom, guard Charleston
harbor. The Palmetto" Flag, th symbol of the
aaaumeJ independent sovereignly of South
Carolina, flo-5sr the lp first named forfr,
and over tae iidroin uonse uu i
; Such is the poeition In whichSouth Carolina
V U now placed by a Convention, assuming to act
ior, and in tbe name of the sovereign people
- that State. It 1 one of revolution ana reoei
, liop, lt-no of treason. Th Fedaral ConatUu
i tton delines treason against the United Stale
E to consist "in levying war against them, and
;; .Lin- .Id and eomlortiif tbekp -Bfmie." The
, members of the South Carolina Convention and
their confederate have placed tbemaelve in an
' attitud of .OBinjtjltAtlUBlted SjatM,if tkey
'. have not yet committed an overt act of treason.
Snch an act may be committed, If aa organised
i forcible resistance should be offered to th law
! . ,n.hn,it of the United Slate. That re-
' (Istanot may b mad at any moment, and lead
to the' shedding of blood. Then will b opened
tbe terrible tragedy of revolution, and olvtl
war. Shall not such a aatastroph be averted?
The Perilous Condition of Italy.
I . I ' . r,
Therwondiaodf July is alway a subject of
deep interest; but it is much more so now, ow
ioc to the threatening crisis of our own country
' Whll patriotlo Itafians are struggling for unity,
1 oar own countrymen seem to b atrlviag to cfA
feet a, dissolution of that unity which, we had
foodoped, had eea growing atrbnger and
' J more consolldaia fbr b early a eeotury part. '
I The latest iter from Ily 1 the announee-
tci-'that the negotiations tor th evacuation
'.pi Gaeta'havlng failed, the plac was to be bom
Warded on the I9tfi &C'eTbns; boa mori iffort
tobe made todrive- Fsanoi II. from Jfai
jplea, which might be ao easy taak. to aocompliAh,
tn If Vuma Examukl bad DO.other difflcul-
. ie a overotaat Bat ther t a growing spirit
rof disaffection among th people, which I foe
lered byJpamMaazniii and. bi radical Mlow-
rs, who are doing alt ia tneir power to anaer-
mice end ruin th government of Victob Emas
Ctfln'SaplAft Sleanwhili, h frknasWGAi
iiLDi'are demanding hi return to hi former
ppsition of pdwv aad authority. It would aot
tsie aurpriaiog If Vicwa Easinm should feel
htmtcirc0mpUeilO;acqalecw1q tnlr dmand.
i 1 probable fnat bo ooe man can' exercise an
eual I'uflaence with GtaiiiLBi over the popular
mind In Lower Italy.
Jo TaaaayVih a?e. aiaWlss4atiji mji
' ettong desire to be independent -of the Bardln-
laa monlreh, THf the annexation of that Baohy
tOtbeJflDgdOBt WSdiiaprM iMMD
jprlved of easy and Jacratrv. office, and ,the
ifpWatloniof a tlll- larger number hT been
suddenly cheokidi A -4adlag t aad 41 en ted
.Tiscan, like Sig. Mowtawnbu, for Instance,
' tto mlgut' jfllf;diatlugaiilpaitla 'a eep-:
' r ' jj and JolepatrtantPliihy pi 1 R publlp, pan
, ver Jjop to rise aboTa.the rank of an honor-,
h'.' eitiien la a Klngdotaef 4taly.- It I these
. v itlese, ambitions spirits, Tike plmilar class in
;r own coohtrj(i.'ihat' creat Tnoat of the did-:
, 'ties lying In tha jray-of entry aod ceaseJIaa-'
-J.. " iii t
830a Mjft&lPe$fi$lA tiiuiA
r 4 of Pennsylvania, and Edwaid Batis of
wurl, wet it Sprfngfleld, Ilflnoti, ' In prl-
.. j'coavawatlou with AsaAHAi Lincoln
; ,V Resumed that' Mr.Xiriaow a rll
Ai, ia okea mimber of tha Cabinet,
i that they',werebo',b lummonea to Spring
' f, to confer with Mn Lincoln od th prent
itlon 01 10 country, auu tow luiarw vi vu
IIIWII 1.1. WMWW -JWM.H
, . Jnd put tUaiJflioai and b RO'
:paray.u What do they propose or
j lo restore confidencs) hmong tho
bo can tell T ; ..Every person in the
uufcioaa tokMw, bd so ana sen tcllrf-
; d Cje the uvrtment to b perpettrt,
ileatroyed 1 ' ' , .. " '
OttT .oetrt tt lekMWv V.".
- t f :
declared , hi ph-oaoa
M ada. that ceat ek Mi.ialppW AUUmak.
mJ ritnidaili roedelrom ,th JJnlo'n J 'that
In the week after, Georgia will follow tbev.
then Arkansas. Tbla Is a prophecy which we
hnn. .Ill not ha MMmnlUhitil hua i
eoalautd tW tk. nnn. nt nwii'u raotfllv
a j tauoiaaTD wTKieain ;vt uvp.
i'ue progress of secession will be'arresUd.'
Glance a moment at th startling news that
baa reached u within two or -three day from
Charleataa and Waahlagton.- Ia be former
city, the-revolt ha placed elf In th attitude
of open 7deflan to' pie' Federal Government'
' - wa..t.'
by lelalne tne arsenal, the tort, ana otner puo
!Ic property of the United Bute, and hoisting
IU flag oVe th Custom Houae and Post Offioe,
Further, wo are told that the captain or th
slaver; eawd,bad 'Jbei, brought into
Charleston :i tbalns, wa rou, from' tie
United iStatwofflrrwh6 iad him.in charge,
byamob.' -'-H " ' .' -
From r Waahlcgton, wr learn that Secretary
Flow notified th . Preaideat, in writing, that
unless llajor AaDcasoir and tbe Federal troops
were wflBdrairn from Charleston, in compliance
wftk the demand j of the South Carolina Com
mlssionsv, kp ttb Sorta'ry ot War, would
not remain in th Cab ice. . It appears that Mr.
Buchanan we willing to order Major AaotasoM
beA to":Fort! MouLtrl'; but .this extra vagaat
proposition to withdraw all the troop' was more
than even haooold oonoede- : SeoreUry Fbem,
thereupon , tendered bie Teelgnatlou wbloh was
Thr'i 'rf1rarin rumor -afloat showing
general atateiof alarm and, apprehension.,
Among the may be meationed th rapid con
centration of troop at Charleston from Georgia
and other Southern State, and th forming of
conspiracy in Virginia and Maryland to seize
upon th Dlstrlot of Columbia and prevent th
inauguration of Lincoln on th 4th of March.
"Th year' open Insusptcloualy i "What w
are coming to no living man can tell. If there
be any patriotism in th country if there be
any in the parly that baa just trimphd In the
Presidential election any lov ot the Union in
Its leader or It members, now 1 th time for
It manifee'tatioij, ' They can com forward at
this dangerou crisi before a drop of blood
shed, and lava ns from the dreadful fat. that
impends over the country. But if they will not
move finger, If they will speak ho word
oonoillation, make no aacrifloe for th preserva
tion of th Union, but remain doggedly ailent
obstinately petveree, upon their head must
rest the responsibility of causing the tor row, th
wo, th misery, slaughter, rapine, anarchy and
destruction that aual follow the breaking up
tbla glorlou Confederacy, r -.
The Allies in Pekin.
DeUlI have afleagth been received of th entry
of the'-alliee Into Pekln.of the flight of th Chinese
Emnerorwith his thirteen wive, and of
sack or robbery rather, of hi summer pal
ace. Still later intelligence conflrms tbe new
of th conclusion of peace, and the return of the
Emperor to his palace, or mor properly the
wreck of on-s s . .
f If the Frenoh earned great reputation for mil
itary order aad diaolplln in tbe Crimea, it seems
to have fceenMBwhat tarnlahed by their con
duct in China..: It I stated that wbil th Eng
lish war breaking into th fortification five
mil from Pekia and leisurely encamping, th
French pressed forward, and war goo so long,
that Sir Hon Gbant thought they were loat, and
set out to bant then up. Alter firing aereral
guns, ., they wer foon4 aaieiy ana inngiy
en sconced In the Bmperor' summer palace,
which they had pillaged, destroying and tramp
ling under foot aa immeae amoant of valuable
property, bealde .what they had appropriated.
Even the magnificent mirror and other oostly
ornaaint were wantonly destroyed under pre
tence of revenge for previous iaiulta, . .
Wbo lh tardy English cam op they found
th sport about spoiled. -: What they sucoceded
la getting hotd of was ordered to b put op
auction, Th proceeds of thu sal, together
with th ahar of th English la a quantity
gold and silver lngoii found in th treasury,
amounted to $93,000 about 3Q apieoa to th
soldiers." It l thought tbai lh most ralnabl
content of th palace h4 been previously re
moved Into the eowotry. J ,- i ' .
Unity and Decisive Action.
i Th President ot; the" United Stated ihoold
bay nnlty la hie Cabinet aad deelsiv action.
The moral power of th Excutiv Department
is lost by the donbi and uaoertalnty ' that xlsts
la th public mlnfi M Wtb Intention aad de
sign of th Pidnt-'. The law ot.tif land
feast be executed. The doty to do this is de-J
roltrod ol tha Praaliapt, and It to aot is him
bo deterred from this" duty, ty any apprehension
or fear of the coneequenee. Be" l,jworn
protect and defend th eontltaiionrnd execute
tb UwaVAod to (hot4d om n difanltx
oolnioa in hi cabinet, to tun him aside from
the obligation which real upon bltey td jreeef
the constitution and execute the fa we." "
Letter from Mr. Cox to Mr. Converse.
Th letter to, b found elaewhere la our ool
pmna'. frem Mri' CoX to Mr. Coivxis,; will
perused ,fith Interest byfhe reader .of
Sriem,HTJlr, Cox does not fail to bold
Republican responajbl for their 'sectiooal and
faiatlcal view, and th reprehenslbje oondaet
those in power la th '-North', fwho refosoiio
comply with th plain provlefoni of tho Consti
tution, In th discharge of Ujelr offioial dalles.
If th sentimentaod action of the fe Sutesar
not apeedlly correoted, it U la vain to, nop
tha adjustment of our difflcultle. of tt preeer'
vatTon of th Union, -l iiu;.--...t..r
i i i
BTTb Cincinnati Commercial express Itself
;..T. ... "
a bigoJy graufiea at ue result oi tae Aiaoama
But Convention.-Tb Unionist.' pV' rathor
"ooprationlsta,f It'aayft aav trrid tb Con
vention", aad this it. denominate aa "glorious
weJV. If , it b ;confixmd It 1 jadeei, good
aw, iiiCva!f maj delay Immedlata eeeeion,
ad giv tin for th North, to aot and,' do 'ja
tlo to th Bouth. Wlll-tb CtmmercUl org
ipeefl action In tha' North to meet tbla action
of Alabamai Wo shall ' " " J- '
Letter form Hon. S. S. Cox to Hon. George I.
Letter form Hon. S. S. Cox to Hon. George I. Converse.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Washington, Dec. 29, 1860.
Mr DcaaSia:' la yoor letter1 e th pi In-'
stantyoa aayil Th Ohio Legislator will be
In leflston la a few day. 1 1 may bo advlaabl
slid evea aeoosaary forDsmocriU la that body
33 poaltioa that will sustain our repreaeay
'y.UvM la Coograa.. v Will yoabaklnd ouga
to Indioate what eonno w ought W pursu, uat
w met $i prepared beforehand td do our part
to' praeerv th throateaod UolouJ.Jf oor be.
rish I could le cUarly how to av(,
. ' . i
, y .. -,1 ' -fc.
.0U rtDd have jdjowiur pari w year In warn
iaAi ,n i, itft.. thi, ,!,.; ,..,.? ...
)Cv ' . b4dangei Wphmeoacej
. i lh,. , Wnnlt f
WDb haiu-aoMjlreJ. . No word from a KeMbern
Democrat here could have been thue far of kny
putHVcaaw woaia propose, u ai) aqoommoaation or
thes difllulii, If Ihjey were acceptable to the
repreeentaiivW t the kosdeA. slave Statea. J
rightly judgedvapoa wbom lay th'resaoaaibili
tr ior oar pef lis, and from what soaro alone,
their prevention could come. : :".! ai i f -
Bat for purpoeee of Sute action In Ohio, a
uggestion may be neful. A eobweb over a
cave saved Mahomed' ' life. ' Mahomedaaiam
buna uoon a spider skill. Great things bant up
on httl things; and it may be that a euggestion
from me, would not prove unaervioable in tbe
critical -condition of tbe eeuutry.t) Certainly it
would be of service,'- if la 'aav vat it could
evoke an honest voice from the Ohio Legtsla
ture. l;.b;ii siu to a ;. :, . i,
Our ceodltlou a a federal govoinment is fear-
fuL Toe liule armv -we bave is on tbe border,
our finances ar crippled; oar credit only servts
to raise' money at an average of fourteen per
cent, interest.'- Secession already drops it
plausible pretext of civil rfghty and calls itself
revoiuuony ana even tois uapttai: u inreatenea
with seisare by oonsoiring malcontents, a What
shall be done? Arme, foroe, ooereion?' An ex
eeution of the federal law irrespectire of eon
sequeneest I am for the maintenance of tbe
federal authority, but . it might be as well to
look to tbe means and the end.. Suppose snch
means war ased, aa would make tbe desired cod
a failure; what then? A rapture not merely of
the cotloa States .South, but the whole Soatb.
This should bo prevented : , Every effort of re.
conciliation, honorable ana brotherly, should be
made before resort to foicevni am. 'yet to
learn that such : a mode as this' ia inconsistent
with the answer of Judge Douglas to the Nor
folk Quetioni: am ear & Mtiiher : ht mm
the Ntrtk-wtttm Damcrtiey will tvr rtctntidrr
that tateirj .But in wbat way can th laws be
effectively executed, and peace end unity pre
served? Latusaee.' '' f-.v ,. u ; .,i
do not believe that for the present, there are
any meens either by compromise or arms, to
stop tbe aecoesioaol thetiulf tiutss.. For thir
ty odd years, South Carolina has been anxious
to go out With ber th real reason 1 a mat
ter of political eeooomy. Her ostensible rea
son, la slavery, ,t e and direct trade, with a
strong squinting toward cheaper negroes ia ber
real reason, i The politics of the Gulf States
are th offspring of Sooth Carolina. Calbou-
niam na permeated for year all tbeir policy.
Their leading publio men bar won honor and
emolument In disseminating its heresies. . In
the time of Jackson,- the cry was "that the
South wa robbed brans Worth." It ia the
am thing now. . Her Stat earn en believe, wbat
I do not that tbe South pais iorty out of tbe
seventy millions, of federal revenue : But
wnetner this be true or not, south Carolina and
her kindred States believe It; and therefore,
they are bound out whatever may be conceded.
jacason sioppea it oy intimidation, lie said
be would take command himself and .bang Cal
houn on tbe first sappling ' This with Mr.
Clay's composing syrup, quieted her ior the
time.. Ever since, she has been wailing ber
opportunity. The sectional party in th North
baa furnished it, and then eagerly they seized
it 1 No wonder , Gov. Gist at Columbia.
thanked Giddings and bis parly, as "their beat
friends." .. No wonder Keltt and Maeratb. asree
with Brlnkerboff and Sutliff that the Fugitive
slave law, ia unconstitutional. They don't want
compromise . l say nere, aud refer to Brlnker-
nofr decision on the Uberlio ease for oroof.
that secession ' from, and nullification of the
Federal Government, la justified iu that ,deci-
kion. Ue bases bis inlamouj adjudication on
th usurpations of the Federal Government.
He denies that "the decisions of the usurping
party in lavor oi we vauaity oi its own assumn-
.lions can settle anything.1: He warns against
"lb practical omnipttence of the Federal Gov
ernment by making authoritative the judgment of
itajnaieiutriDunais." been man black and
white of the 212,584 Republicans who voted
for that Abolition JNullifier, is responsible for'
th propaeatlon of the rebellious hereev. on
which South Carolina Is now acting. It doe
not become them to talk to South Carolina.
Much less does It become Gov. Dennison, hi
white staff at Columbus, or bli black guard in
the Reserve, to be Catherine up the scattered
arms of tbe State, that the State "may be put
In a condition, where its resources may be made
available." ' "'';
I hone vonr legislature will look" Into this
"arm ' business. No sane man can believe that
Ohio ie to be attacked. Is thit mn.i4, tim,
torn, dotgned w be aggressive 7 upon whom?
Vireiniaaud Kentucky 1 We are In a pretty
condition to invade these Statea. I will show
yon how yotf may contner these Slate cheaply
and permanently by doing justice to them in
all kindness.' JMo army sent Booth will avail
anything, except to enrich the South by pur
chases of food and forage for soldiers and
horses.' Mexico never thrived so well aa durini-
our war with ber. 1 My idea is that everything
posiM ougns to no promptly aona to coaeiflste
th Union-bving' bordtr'Stattt, d everything
muahl to bt avoided vMck viU txatperaU than
againit or rend to ally them with the Oulf,
Stlaff- ' .M
This can be done, without any dereliction of
duty, on the part of th Exeeutlv in enforcing
the law. ; Charleston, Mobil, and Galveston,
ar cotton ports'. Th revenue mnst be collec
ted (here. A yet, the Federal Government has
control of these point South Carolina has se
ceeded on paper. Her ordinance I only a bru(as
fulmm. If eh don't want our post offices,
sh can do without them? -We can't make the
bona drink, tbongh we lead him to water. - If
sb don't want United States CourU very well
Jiut u sne wants n ooueoi ana Keep our reve
nues, she has them, It she" would euecaed, to
commit tome overt aot.' Her ship must bay
clearances. lt tnvyeniaronti witbontthm,
thet can be Miced broar Navy and libelled In
Admiralty.'; What then?-; Com mere would be
stopped trade iangntsh planting would not
pay, iter snip wouia rot maeuveiy in ner bar
bor." Neither would It be levying war; to col
lect by our cutter, thervmue, under the gun
of Fort Bompter - Thit tht Prttident ciUd
That I call executing tie laws, aad without that
solecism of a (foreign) war against on f our
members "Tbe result of thee exactions will
be. that tbe cotton which, now make. Charle
tob, 1Wft11,'and Gaireston, prospfr, wlllgoin
lsnd to New York and thence to New and Old
England." -These nltra cities will suffer aad de
cay . - - Memphis, New Orleans, St. Louis, Lonla-yille-,
Cincinnati and tb Southwest, and watt
Jenerally, will prosper! i.Thla sohemeof peace-,
nl repression will mak the South, auder tb
pressor of it embarrassments, look back lonsr
ingly unto tbe Union tor safety and succor. The
cotton -eroo-of foot milllona andabaU of bales
will 'dwindle dawft to one million.- Tb Gull
would lash itself into goodj eoe,' under these
restrictions. Meanwhile, , those, ever loyal
States of Maryland,. Virginia, Kentucky. Ten
nessee, Missouri, and I hop, Arkansas, will pot
b alienated from ns by Northern hostility.
i It is of the (last importance, to preserve tha
friendly alliance of these great Border States.
At a meeting of the member of Congress from
thaM Statea. the other night, there wa muoh
rnad faUnff. and. after an interchange of hope.
fear and plan, in which lit appeared that some
aimraach mlent ne naa eitneron ue uriitenaen,
or Elc plan of socommodutioo, a committee
wa appointed tooutnro'aad present a eompro
atise. I bay soma hope of a good result from
their action. AU agree ber tbat, t( tbtee Bor
der State can Rree, pewe- may be reetored, and
lh schemes of disunion; do ioiko. -l here ar
Republican wh will agree td ao settlement.
The don't care if certain State go oat: in
deed, they would Ilk H.' Yoa can spot than by
their localltiea. ' Corwln,' Stanton JOann, and
n.n nf that oUa. ar not Indisposed to yield
eomethiog ior ao great and glorious a purpose,
f .at the eoneeryative men ia your Legislature
jolo ia strengthening Got. Corwln.' Where ar
Ewlng, Swan, Goddard,, S J, and J. W. An
drews. Swayne, Campbell, and Harrison 7 tet
their voice go up for poncluatlon aDd peace.Tt
them dara do or Obiorwbat (uoh roe a
LBhaw, Cnrtia Parkeri Grlnnell, and othor Re
publican eonservatinv, nave a one ior naasacna
setts. Tbee intelligent patriots bad tho moral
oonraga to despise threats from North and South,
and t. aa that thev believed tht State of Mat'
MMeluMetit hat wiolattd car orcot Aarienef Com
pact, fry latet neat en W atntuff look, uhich art
inenflictvith tha Csatfifatwa and latet of tht
United Staff- .;" "' 5 ;j ' ir,,T
; They boldly tald that the Personal. Liberty
bill of their Sute wer aa outrage. ! " J t '
"Wa wonld rsneal them ander tiit etea Ido
tf right i -under tur. own tenet tj the tmredtteii
of omp0(k; under our own etnpietii of the
wumaw, mporunet- or toetai prder and demtolit
peaeei under tur feeling pf rtepentibllty t V
...7 ' . ' i'tm una vi? wware, er or
ehtUren, nnd not nnder any threat. We. would
not be prerentedA-om repealing them by-acj.,
wuuuu. v, uulm, u mon repeat war in aooora-
But It I answered, that Ohio ha no each laws.
You bava snob new ponding, la yoar body-Xot
thwn bo taken up and voted down wlh a rbe.,
mtnt stab, that will tell on the publie sentiment
ol thefltate JlTou bave similar laws.however,
in existence. Look to thai lew gotten up to
aoreen Gov. Pennlson's delinquency, passed last
winter, providing that unless It be a crime by
tbe Ohio law, no criminal shall be delivered up
to the Governor ol another State. - Oar oourte
ous Governor, by his fribbling conduct, soreened
John Brown's aids and th slave stealieg Lego;
the Attorney General screened the Governor.
and the Legislature soreened th Attorney Genv,
erai. , lies me tiegisiaiur dare eay to mm.;
"Yoa ehall not legalise larceny In Kentucky,
nor make Ohio a safe refure for murderers and
traitors." Let tbe law of Mr. Harrison, as Mr.
Ewing recommended, be enacted against fitting
out and forming marauding expeditions against
our sister States. - Let BrlnkerbofTs secession
and nullification bo condemned by rendition.
Let law be passed forbidding attorney gener
als and executives from deseorating their offices
by appearing in court as the defender ol Oljer
lin lawbreakers- :. Let conspiracies like that at
Iberia be broken up by the strong band
of (bo State. Let a publio sentiment be aroused
in Obio, which will undo the bad work of the
past four years, wherein the moral basis of tbe
Government has been broken up by tbe unchris
tian hue, aid ceaseless agitation ot the slavery
question. Tben, and not till then, will a belter
feeling prevail on our Border. Then, and not
till then, will Virginia and Kentucky feel to
ward us like Sisters., Tbep, and not till then,
will the dlsgrtoeful epeotaole be effaced of h
Governor so honest aa John Letcher, pleading
and protesting against Obio screening toe crim
inals whom .she should punish, and of a Govern
or so weak as William Dennison, summoned into
Court at the Capitol of the Ration, as if be
were a criminal at the dock, to compel him to
execute tht plainest prescript oi our Constitu
tion. , ,.,'.'
In another letter I will examine critically these
last two case, Including the Iowa case of extra
dition From the examination, you will perceive
why it is that tucb ill will toward Ohio prevails
here; bow it may be lessened or obviated, In
order to bring about that good wll among the
border Slates, so essential in this momentous
crisis of National diseotegration.
HON GEO L. CONVERSE.
The Speech of Senator Pugh—The Union Meeting
. .... . ... 1 .- g '. .-:; f.'j f, -,i.-.
As will be seen by tbe report In our local col
umns, the Union meeting yesterday at Smith &
Nixon's Hall was a most magnificent success,
quite equal, indeed, to . the one held a few days
that tbe meeting waa without distinction of par
ty, called as such and conducted throughout In
that spirit, the Republican papers of yesterday
morning not only tbrew cold water upon It, but
made nersonal attacks uoon Mr. Push of th e
most unjust character. ;; This, so far from hav
ing tb effect desired, seemed to give addition
al stimulus to the Union men and they not only
filled the large Hall of Messrs. Smith It Nixon,
but would bave oocopied one several time a
tare it it had been available - .. ' ,- ,
At to Mr. Pugh' speech, we but speak the
voice of all who beard it.wben we say that it was
one of the most patriotic, effective and eloquent
addreeeea ever delivered la the city J.. It. was
full of truth and replete with information of the
most valuable cbaraoter, and wa delivered in
that clear and impressive manner, which- cbaiu-
acterizes senator rugh's euorts. it was well
calculated to add to the high reputation which
Senator Pceh enjoy as an orator and statesman
a reputation excelled by few, if any, men tf
his age In tbe Union ' In his sentiments b rose
far above tb partisan - politician, ana were
breathed throughout hi address the spirit of a
patriot who would mak sacrifices of opinion for
his country' good. Andrew Johnson la Tennes
see, Charles Anderson in Texas, and Alexander
H Stephen In Georgia, who are makiarta no
ble battle for the Union In their rttoeotive
States: who are denouncing tbe sectionalism of
tbeir part ol th country, ana whose heroism
ha received plaudits In (tending np against lo
cal sentiment, are not more gallant than ia the
young Senator from Ohio, who has manfully met
the seotional host of the North, as they bave of
the South, - ' " !,-: fl-vni.-l:
Tbe efforts of both elasaes of men ar neoea-
sary to preserve the Union.- A Mr, Push's
ot the North repealing an it unconstitutional
and aggressive legislation upon.th. South, In
!..., ti, -Hk nlo.n h.nH. .nn..l t
VI UWI IUUI aw esiUVf w wawu n'u fvl WW
tb latter, he wa greeted with vehement rounds
of applause, as be wa also, vara th policy ol
military coercion of the South, howsoever af
fected, wa unsparingly condemned, i Tbe torn
per of the audience waa thoroughly for com
promise and against foroe. - Mr. Pogh took
strong ground in favor of Mr. Crittenden's
amendments to the uonstitotion, at ue only
practical policy of settlement which had, at pre
ent, any prospect of eucoeas. J j ;:.;;,.-
The meeting, and- by an almost unanimous
vote, Indorsed tbla In the resolutions, wbloh w
publish, requesting oar Senators: and Repre
sentatives to sustaia it. . Probably nine tenth
of our cltlrens ar In favor oi It, and wa bay
reason to believe that It Is the general feeling
1 11 IU tone a Weekly paper, to be oalled" Tne Canti."
at the city of Columbus, and Bute of Ohio, al tvo dot
lore per annua, of fifty-two numbers, ayable always In
dTUoe, and to eommenoo during tbe month of January,
(ll.) Ae it will be deeirable to both pertlee to here a
full aett commencing with number 1, It will be Impor
tant foreubKrlbers to send their aames as early ae poeal
ele, so that I can form soma eetimate of the edition to
eommencewlth. . . ,
I have a great Ban' reasons for pnbllthng this paper,
as will moreoieariy appear to my reaoera aa u progreaa-
es.an henoe t ahauoller aeltber exoueo nor apol
for what, ai am vtew. w some, may 0 eonaiaerea
1 Cnim" will fntly and thoroughly elft the grett
lanee that kaag like a (load of night over ear eoaunon
country, and tt anr nationality, aa H la, cannot be pro
ervad whola and undivided, the still greater queetien
will arlee, more perplexing, u it If more gloomy, what
are to toe the conditio of our dissolution, and dlagrae.'
-Tbeet are mocunioua qocttioae, yet taey art crowding
hard noon na, ana we nave got to oot them In the face,
.m anntKthle aa thev mar be.' "
I have not much latth In seeing (heie who have bronght
this foarfnl erleis npoa our oouutry, show patrletlem and
urantlMaeeDooeb. to c en fete their errere, rectify their
Mistakes, n4 reetor in eountiy w ue salt and healthy
condition In which they found It, bpt shall never lose
ar,fldence In tha maaa of the people, iov dlttrust their
right Intentions antll all hope ia loot, and re aie smit
ten eVOWBro7Hlfi"aiU"" -," ..fir S;l , i..
iHeaanaactionof thirty year with politic and the
press, gsve me some claims upon the people faru least
actndid heertawv" "f :n - -i 5'-U.?:..
Ifpoetibl, let ave oareonatry from 4be perils
that rrour.d It, and oorealva from th atlgma of Inca
pacity and National wtekedneee. If Hi too late, and
we are already whirling to tb dark abyss of dissolution
and chaos; tm th nam of humanity let ns bait and net
uak headlong Into civil commotio) toeh aahev never
berorn4denMtneearHwiinnriorsoiooq. i. ..,
But a Prospectus is no plac to argue great aneillons.
"The Cains'' will do that at length, and without gloves
I will speak freely of men and measures, and call things!
by their right nam, true greai . eonoltr and .th
fat of amighty neopl an at eteke. It la no Urn to re
treat to our closet to pick words ofdelicat meaning!.
or to hunt phrases to eit Ilk musM oa the car of loveI'
Weare passing danaarous shaals In a frightful storm
and it a soman ly to s io sawra ri"a oi a rosii
ntina la Provldeno. He who would not assist in u
Ing us from this Upending wreck, wonld not defend nil
wife and children from tb ratal aagger raised t itril
before hie eyee v'..i rj, ,J j
Ism Cains" will an a i a general enaraoter. am
as yatie4 In its sob aot as the nature or IU niaio pnrpoa
wiliaJmlt. I ahall esotclallr devote number of art!-'
cle to the political and material rater! of Kansas aeril
i inweaota, waer 1 nnv moeui 11 apnpjn
of IniT. a4 1 tooth of which A hay, taksct , u tnactitu
often don ao, but aevar Us vain. - In thi tarrfblecrh
in oar affairs, will yen aot stand by In 'this last all-
peal which, In th nature of thing,. I caa nam mak
again. Ood has spared my Ilia to witness this moarutil
and gloomy seen t witness th dlstroying angel pass
ing almost unheeded over oor feir andr orathlDg ik
letUrs to B, Mepay, Columbus, Obi.
i ot ao
QUERlTOEY'fl B ALLlf
T-'sf tn. rn 't stii i
iVnET WEElf 1 ai ATE ITstEET AID
T I aha Peutlantlarv. 4t 1 ; Whoever returns th sLns
W IB nocaey jtoBss wiu receive yu rayaru,
jaairit .' ' . .;-,w- B. tkli.
PARIS LDAS AND PALETOTS 1 1
Mao tar ta moat ryllah aaclslfyont aaaaoar, tA
A ... bfc'TtfU HilM
mvw'WJWtmin. - - p V
aeo-11. no. xv pouwaignstrewi. -
TH K CAHKOLL COT
Cat AT OFFIOn le Sand i
aonablo tornu. To a, .unntiou nrlniar
for a bargain. Three hnndrrd dollurs down end the
balance Iu tirif -ytara, - The offlee -Iim a foot raw f:)ob
: '"iiMoim. wot uinicuiart pa-
"Z:,AlJjJ 1 0;w BARLOW.-,,
v i AT
i UUUtU U1UU UI.
( Ik',' i: If I I .J I t 7. .', I t
AY M.fKlCHARDS 7
AOAIN HOTIFIIRN THE PEOPLE OF
. tX!umu ,Dd nota'D-i ttiat he ii taiore then, wl
! DRY GOODS
ever offered to their discriminating gve-Kleetod with
I mat care, and parcbteed tt Puts Prlsti. ha Ikali Itutir
nea in faying, no men,-,, 0j;er jroaternJojapenU fnJ
T I Dress (Jo oils
Is oorarilete, eonilttlnf of all thtlatcet ityl
styles and fa
' both pliln and fancy, and In great vartotlee.
' 'l -'!.t I ''I.I t I.'''.
(Satinets,, Cloths.., and Cassimcrea,
IN QOANTITIKSTO SUIT Tfil MArfT. ""
PRINTS I I PRitmill
li J VABOS TO MDMRaOVS TOO MtNTlOM. i (... , ,
'-' Sheallog, Bblrtlng, Ticking Toweling, Cotton At Wool
Flennil, Gentlemen's rvmlihlnf Goods, no., 4ei) at .
kJ GREATLY. REDUCED PRICES!
jpfT , aroiivto-
4 yaros wide admitted by all to be tne '
In market. - Don't fei to get one. , ,- -i
Kemcmbet the pleci-'and rail eoon it
') I-.I6 ( .
258 "Soith High Street; VI
i. IIAB raiKND. ) i . I V'r ' ..
decl-lmd ! . WILLIAM BlCHARDi.
,JAa. M. M'KER.
WM. H. RESTIBATJX. '
M'KEE i rtESTIEAUXi
,; I No. 3tlN
North Hlsrn Htreec, ' ; ,
, COL0MBOB, OHIO,
HAVK ONiHAND AT WHOLES ATE
'and Retell. FINEST BTAPLB OKO0IRIK9.
JLOUK, CAIT, TEA, OOfFIK, BUOAR, TOBACCO,
BKflABB.Elc ,jEto. Oar Stock ha been purchuad p
iJEL OAS V f i
and our main adeavor Will be to offer hidnoemenls to
CAtinSUtSIIS which reoot exceled by aoy Boom in
Ineqity. ' . , , . - -aedfli
, !l)rrica or 0. al. M . I Oo. 1
. OoLUHBf. Dee. SB. 16C0. I
Till: ANNfJAL IrlCETING OF THE
BtoekhoNerf ot Uie Oolumhm Maohlae Manorctar-
Ing Co., (or (he election of Director,, will be held at
meir office, o weaaeiday, me 7tn (Hiot Janoirr, lMUI
ai iu o'oiooic a. u. , r.o. J'.'nsb, utey
r.dee.Sa-dlirv' ... ' ...i.
COMMERCIAL - COLLEGE
. ift OODHBB Of BTUDY embrtcei Slnite tnJ Don
ble Bntrr Book Keening, m aDDlled to overflftv differ
ant brmnahn of trade, ui ie the moit practical given in
in sve, j (
PL A IV AND ORNAMENTAL: WRITING
Traw.-TulUon, OVf Board, fro 02.
50 to aioo
perweri.1 doom tnunuuonery, S .', 10 01. Total ooet
oouti. -i . - ... ..,.,,.,:
.NO VACATION the year round. . . .
, HegnUl Students review at pleamra -I'- ii?,
For full parUonian, ddre t J. - -i
' I f r f i , , , MoOOY 00 .
d3l-itol-dw -r - - Proprtelore.'-
GIFTS!,: GIFTS'. GIFTS!
. nun urnninif a i
Boj 1 73, High Bt.r between Town and Sleh Bt.
air doer south of tb Palled Itate Hotel,
10,000 VOXTJaTES ' ' '
OfChok Books on every subject and i .' , . ' 1
10,000. Wartb 01 Jewelry,. . .
Toleglven to th porcbaaers of them at time of sale
CALL AND EiAMlNl pUfi PLAN.,;
d26:dtr BLOCUH COt
TIE.TIOVES AND PREVENTS IN,
XL nammatlofi and naln. and heals tlia wnrat hm
scad', bruise, out, or fresh woond of any kind, prevents
awitiing ana pain irom be stings, mnsqnito bites, aad
pqhonoua planta, neuralrla, rheomatlrm, ague la the
ansi, sail rneum, etc. n nen uken Internally, It will
pf (lively cure oroup In children, and gives lmmslltt
iriwuie wereicaas f inai tembla eomDlainti aa.
loves hoarseness and sore throat. Price, S3 ceata a
e. onouia oe in every none, ror enle by Ora
uu .wivmpsn, ....... - . AD.V1H S1US1,'
I I Bole Proprietor, No. I Spruce St., New York
e of Phnlon's stabllshment. M. Tl Pynnri.tor.
he New York fashionable Shaving, flair Cnltm
lampooning, -variing ana- Dreestor Bolaon. No 11
uie aireck near ui roat umca. im
wber satisfaction Will to given hi all the varlnn.
ncnes. Laaiea and Ubildren'1 Hair Dressing done.
..... . . ...... -- .
Hwrimi, vrein isrier,
,rj Alum. Madder, . ,.' I
ia . j j. u JEktract Logwood,
InTealeby ' -ii'Wit'l MO'KEB at BK8TIKAtr)t,il
f oc I
t r is at. Btateaman Bulldlng.t
TO PURCHASE A. GOOD pEiriO-
vnai jv Kiiunnumcc. nacre, - ..
I .Tia Suf Vd ' aa I' iXi.asLVBSN8E. CTr.
,merii-aeoaw-'. ...... ueiawaro, Ohio
j V uoiu amnosee larutane. ine lateat novelty. Plait
Whit and Colored Tarletaae; -While Paris It us lio Ann
aameavening noDat; ruin party, Bilks.
- ' . - PBTIa BAtN.
No. 89 Bouth High street.
; J ,J Watches, and .jewelry." .
HUE ASMOtftTIVlKIUT or WATCH
Lee, Clocks. Jewelry. Silverware, fcc. krrt eoniUnt
pn hand at " I ' ' r1 1 J
V n. KIhKPATBICK'B,
it f no. It, Bontb High etreet, Columbus, 0.
"wetohes and Jewalrv renaired. .
ectd3m. , , ... .t y
T?AHCr 'SJM), ' -7- '.
JS FANCY tU8,''-'' V.k.eAI.'..
t I PANOYIPRB , '
Iteal Mink, (ton , Martin, fitch. French HaM' and
slink Vlctorlnae,. Hulls and 'Cuffs from th lowest tn
ah lineal grades; also Mlsseiaet of Fort. Oent Pur
Qleve and MuOLen. The Dnett SMorfment In the city
and at very low priest. , PCTEH BAIIf, 1
-aevwl ' ''' K "Ke. 9 Bomh lllth tlrt, "v
osim t Hosiit i , " TTTT
,8S hbla. Rosin, lis. 4 llehL for enaamaka' mJ
tn store, loraaie 07 J ariaaaiat sr. aaniiaauA,
- a 01
o itlT.r "it , fl Norta High etrest,
EIHTLRIVIErl'S NECH, 1 It,
OKNTLBMBN'B tlKOB. T1H8: B
ri i rn-M.eBNTLBHEN'S NEOK'TIBB. irt " r
The )t deserabl sssortmsnt tn th eirr and at nnasaV.
lylowprloea. ,b .lt..J- J W PliTKB BAltl
Taov9t. i '..trf r..,-r w Ho. 3S Booth High atreetw
BULXSWC flTAW BOW WETS AIIDEL
gant RiltaoM. la great wastety.et' BAlH'cl..
' . -ia iT j r 1 au ar . lift Ti i u a v .
.. . .
y-af eetr wMW ' i n n, I , ni i i in u i I I
1 NE! ! ADVERTISEMENTS I
ftittHkeMM Cordial M
--ns- , o- ,
.. ANQ TBS.
it OBT neLifrrnTit ' J
DELIGHT FUL i
X ly a Kientlno and
trocured by tha dlstll
itlonof Rools. llerl
! Barks, ' Yelt.w,
06 V Dock, Blood Boot,
M t W.,r-nirillm. Wild
Oherry Bark ana ma-sr
dellon enters into lts
princlpl of each Ingredient la thoroughly Mtraoted by
my new aasthod ot oisnuing, p;s, " , .
bilaratlng spirit, and the moat IN ALLIBLB remedy for
renovating the diseased system, and restoring tho siok,
I!5:Jn. La Militate IWVAWD ta JUCALTIt and
BTUKNOTU. A - ' lt 1iP
leB.a.RAMtai aTHEWOTHEW I WO Ol
will ffetually ear
tITBR COMPLAINT, DY8PBPBIA, JAUnviua
CnroBloorNervoaeDcblllty, Piesof th Kidneys
mw.A .11 from a disordered Uvea 01 mom
ach, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward Pll, Acidity er Bick;
me or tne rjfmacn, ruuneaa 01 w
pain or swimming to the head. Palpitation of th Heart,
fullness or WeigM In the Stomach, Bour 11110011100
Choking or-anfrocatlng feeling when lying down, brvnets
orYellowneeaof the Bids and . Night Sweats In
ward fevers. Pain In th small of lh back, chest or aid.
Budden Flo.he of ileal, Depression nf Spirit, frightful
Dreams, Laonaor, Tiesixxdeuey or au napa Dliease,
Bores or Blotches on the Bain, and fever and Agn tor
Ohills an fever.)
Overa Rltlliait of siJttlc
Have beta oHd during th last six months, and (n ao In
t.na hu it failed in eivlna entire satisfaction. Who.
k. 4ii W.iknM or Debilitr when Ifc-
LKAN'g BTRKNQTHKNINQ CORDIAL will em youT
. No language can convey aa adequate Idea of th Imme
diate and almos'. miraculous change produced by taking
ihu flnniii ! tha diseased, debilitated and shattered
nervous system, whether broken down by race, weak by
nature, or lnmt'red by stoaness, ue seiaxeu anu uuatraui
.... l..M,nMrf ,A lla nrlatlna health and visor.
' 1 ' IflAURIED PEHSOHS, i,? 4
Or ethers conecloo of Inability, from whatever caor.
will find KleLaaas Btrengthenlng Cordial a thorough
regetwvalo of the system; and all who may have Injured
themsetve by Improper indulgences, trill find itUlw Oor
dial a certain and speedy remedy. -
'. 'V.i v."a Tj .tlta I,tv4leaa . .
'..i. &'ls a sovtrelg and speedy car for
INCIPIENT CON 8CinPTIOW,WHITES
nhtraM4 nrDifllnnlt Venitrnatloh. Incontinence
tJrin or Involuntary Dlsehsrg thereof, falling of the
Womb, fjiddlnass, falntln aadall Diseasat uwidcot to
females. . ., . .,, - . .
Jbar U o KUtak About It. -Buffer
ao longer. Tai It according to firecilon.
will stimulate, strengthen and invigorate you and cause
tbe bloom 01 health to mount your ensst again. -very
bottle 1 warranted to giv sstisiaotion. ,
' ' i- i FOH cnil,DHENk r .1 .
: If vour children sresicklv.panv.orsdlicted.UoLean
Cordial will make tbem healthy, fat and robust. Delay
not a moment, try it, and you will be convinced
IT IS DELICIOUS W TAKE.
' 0tiTio!-Bewtr of DragglsMor Dealers who may
try to palm upon yoa om miter er naraapamie traan
which the can bnvehean. bvaavini It is lust a good.
Svnld eiu-h men. Aak lor slcLean' Btrengthenlng Oor
dial, and take nothing el . It is Ah only remedy t' at
will purify the blood thoroughly and at tb earn .,me
strengthen in system. r
. Ona lil.lMiinonful taken evrV morning fsstlng,
eerUin preventive of Cholera, Chili and fever. Yellow
?., vi aos iieraMM oiseaws. It Is put up In larg
bottles. :, r. " ' ' T
Prioe oaly it porbottlt, or 8 bottle Tor 5.
:'i 5t'v"l -M li-f iJ H-McLBAH,
r - L , , Bol Proprietor of this Cordial;
i " 1 ; Also afoLeaniYolcanle Oil Liniment.
' : Priitipal Depot oa tbaoorner of Third and Pin street,
Bt- tools. to f hvyt-.Ti 1-' i i'! J
' ' McLean's Volcftnio Oil Uoimeut.
-. Tn beat Liniment In th World. , Th only safe and
certain cure for Canoe re, Pile, Swelling and Bron
chiti, or Ooitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia; Weaknea of the
Uusclea, CJnronie or innsmmatory xuteumauam, sun
n . a, lointa. asntinetd atuaola or Llmvments
laraeh or Toothache, Bruises, Bp rains, Wounds, fresh
Oats, Uloara, fever Bores, Caked Breasts Bore nippies,
Borne. Scalds. Bore Thoat. or any Indammatron or Pain,
00 difference, bow severe, or how long th disease may
bare existed. McLean's Celebrated Liniment is a eer
Thousands of human being
decrepitude and mist ry by the
oin. ' 1
hav been saved a life of
of this Invaluable med-
MCLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
Will reliev pain almost Instantaneously, and It wll
cleanse, purify and heal the foulest sore In an Ineredt
I short tune
Far Hree andOtber Animals,
He Lean s oslekratsd Llnhnent Is th only aaf and ra
Uabl mndv for the cur of Spavin, Ring Bon, Wind-
galls, flpHnte,Cnrtral Bumps, Node or Swellings. It
will never fall to sure Big Head, Poll Svll, fistula, Old
running Bore ot Sweeny, If properly applied, for
Spralne, Bruises, Benton, Boras or Woanus, Cracked
Heels, Ohsfea, Saddle or Oollar flaJU it I an Infallible
remedy. Apply It as directed, and a oar Isoertaln la
very lnstsne. r . ,
Then trise ne longer with the many srorthieea Lint
awnt offered to jca. vduub a supply of vr. msMaa
MIobMttd Llnunent. It will cor you, . - r.., .-.,,
- 1 J. II. WcI.EAW,4olPnrttor, ..
' Corner at Third and Pin Bt reata, Bt, Louis, t.
fir M by sll druggists.
, fer tale by ROBBUTS At BAsfTJtt, ' '..
g-dAwiy . . .. K4.tJlaaibu Ohio...-,
BORTLE & SHEDD,
No. 273 South High Street,
T?I1MK FAMILY OROCEBIEM.; f'OH
V lgu and Donastlo Prull. choice Famllv flour,
Taut, c, are now in reaelpt of their entire Stock our
chased within the put two week In New York at Panic
'We merelr wish to III that we have ever thlnr nsnal
Irkent in nflrttetate Oroesrr. and, ar determined to
in our uwia a prices mat will aery competition, j
IJGaoa B.ilverd I aayiparl!
the filty tree at sjitaf go. , ,
a..a,-.' -i-.vt a-, . t-s , J i
UTl" I I 'UCVii a aaa
VTTIIITE WHEAT PAMILY PEOTJR
V V 'dnlden An Braad." for aale onlv hv BORTLa
a BIIBDD, No. m South High street. " ' dec7l-deodlm
OTEWAHT'S DOUBLE EXTBA COL
O en Syrup, from dripping of Loaf dngar t BOKTLB
etsuvuu o.i m i , t ...aeaiy-tMMiia
p EN CINE HOLLAN l HEHHIAG, AT
VA BOB.TLK BHCDO'B, 873 Beuth High street.
CHOICE RAISINS PRUNE",' CUR.
J rantt and fig, cheap, at BORTLB at fHSDD'i Nea
urocery.r, rjp-v-' . ii oeou-aeouia
T7IIRE CRACKERS lOO BOXES JUST
J? received by BOttTLK A BBtDD, 273 Booth Illgh
rVHOICECRFEW AND BLACK TEAS;
t ' veryenan,tauHTl.Ka SBsUIU'a. u a,i-j.'
T.URE WINES AWD LiaUOHS -FOR
JT. Medlcslpuipoies, Scotch Alo and London Porter, at
BUHXLV K KUiUD'B. ' dcl7-deodlm
TTIORKEFINEDSUOARs 13 LBS. FOR
J? tl. and and all tit standard Refined Bugars, cheaper
than toe cheapest, go to BORTLB A BUB DD's 873 Bouth
t. ,..lf n:. 'Jnat H.ca1vdl . r. . . :r
U i'.i.- V.l.lT.- -T-'"- J M5Ulii! iv
1 Aft nr. ch "obp.es a - black
AVIS TEAS 100 bag prim Bio Cine.
1 50 pocketeelil Dutch Government Java Coffee.,,,,
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on demand, formulae and Trial Bottles aontV.h.,
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1 HE AITIERICAN
MEDICAL AND T .' r. 1
This book contain Xecetpte and Directio
king all the most valuable Medical preparer!
also Recipes and fall snd explicit directions
sll the moat popular and useful Cosmetics,
Dstjaanu. flair Res teu. and all Toilet
yon ar suffering with any chronic disease U
beaatlfut complex.lan, a In head of hair, a
a clear skin, a luxuriant baad-ur moustach
vlsh to know any thing and every thing la
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What it ill Hoa Cured) ' I
" Dyspepsi Is ourNatlonalDlseiu weak smtcli, fee-
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condlUon.'- flow many suffer with it, aad Aft attondaut
symptoms of low spirit, bad taste, eoatsd Ungue, oh.-"
stupid bead, and attacks of healachel how few
know how to ear Itl ' Oenerally, teaun tie bowel r ;
eonstlptted, resort Ithad tocatbaftlcs or fuatftet. But
such a ooadllion wa never euiet by calhnrtlcs. whose
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tegrlty of the entire csslmllatlve sjstem j V,
But HUMPHREY'S nOsKBPATHIO DYSPSPSFA
PILLB a simple medicated ragar pill bare cured hun
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done simply by improving tb ton, and restoring th In
tegrity of th dlgesifve organs, frtm which result good
appetite, regular habits, a clear brail, and baoyantsplr
it. Bach a medicine ta a gent, aid only requires to bt
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HATH . IjYF TTATTt t T.VTi5
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' GRAY, RID OR RUSTY HAIR PH Ins'taVrty to
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er sjeasumpiive,- .i s- , s
. Th Advertiser, having been restored to health In slew
weeka by a very simple remedy, after having suffered, I
ral years with a sever lung affection, and that dead v
dlaesM, OonsumpUon-U anxious to mat kdown kills'
fellow sufferer the mea of oor.,, ,( . f .
KTo all who desire It) he will sand a copy if the prestrig
I ion used (free of charge), with th directum for piepa.-
lay and using the same, which thsy will flnda snatjCW--
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Riv. EDWARD A. WftgON: ? '
. WllUalabargh, '
; . , . -' Kings Count, tie York.
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MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS."'
Ia all sases of eostiveneas, dyspepsia, billleas M Uva;-
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Dr. Moffat's Phoenix Bitter will be Mod tisjiy "ri
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voiaune in ravor oi maiworio-renownea p ai;me, Hl.r
W wswfopTtiia Exaor roa Omnpi "nTirW
'Wsean adArtUment 'ln'yoar collw otfln .
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ay ina supply.';.') , r. tK-x-.iydat-,
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