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1IX OOLLABS IZiS;
liyPENMY; MILLER, "
Jlllh E AMD fBOPElKTOHI.
BTOHle Km. 38, 88 ard 40, North High St.
'4'fcUUS INVARIABLY 121 ADVANCE
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On week.. 3 DO
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On i " SiUyi... 100
On " 2 day... 75
On " 1 loiertlon 6U
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kre f x4 nil, ttaoMlta. Cham U-rth Weekly will M
Tfo aSjirVrtiuinent Jien ai cent for definite fttUA.
H7rLTff D r a s s w oH;
:orncr Sprin;; & H ater SUM
OolumTjxia, Olilo.
W. B. POTTS & CO.,
Ard Minufucturer ut Tlranfl and Oompoiltlon Cullngi,
Vinlahed Urasi Work o( all DeKrlptlom
Electro
Plating
and
Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTING, &C.
tifcl Homily
, J. I), lieauman,
A RESIDENT DENTIST.
i I L TdOSK HKlt I'lIlINM THE SEB.
2V rieeoi Uenilmt, and favoring Dr. B. wltb th'lt
ipattrooaice may rely ou havinn tatiafactlnn glyen. Toe
Ut mitt b revjuUred on Ui eotaplellnn of aa operation.
'"oi;t fvir luara North of the American Hotel, oyer
KaJlaill'a Hai atura-
U. OolBrobuJM Tilly ' ; "
iV. chut Oollew of Dental 'Bnrceiy, la rmviapllj
rMtrd In the City r.f Oolumlm, Ohlu. ' . ' '
Der.UU room No. it K Town itreet, near uifo.aji
duor luth Vmnblln Bank
Cieclrtcily nsed in extrautltin teclb, t rcliev pal
Uo, filllna;; iid artificial feth lnaerted
novll-dly
X..F. A. B. 8IMZIN3,
Attorney at JLtcixxr
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
CtSr AOj'ii h ttuiUIn, opposite Capitol Square.
COLUMBUS. OHIO,
Maehine Mannfactnring Company
tUNOEAOTUREtl Of
STEAM; ENGINES & BOILERS,
CsitlrJgs, MOl Gearing, Kaehlnsr.
-LS0
:' () iVEkt uEacairriON.
deci) r: fi : ... :. -
MlUiJNERYJaQDDS,,?:
V; $20,(300 WORTH
r " " OF v
inrry ' and Fancy poodg
' For Salo.
RII. TVAKK r(l.D nesptcT.
fully Inform lb GltUeas of Oolumbui and Vi
cinity that hia Stock, of
- I FALt AND whites hhukery
I i IS WOW COMPLETE,
Au bolnp; particnlarlr dealrona f
rcducl(r bis stock Immedl
nuly, ho will Sell,
" FROM THIS DATE, AT
CREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
; , YOU CAN GET
Bargain Bargains '. Bargains!
i
MIU.1NERY iBc FANCY COODS
t TOGETHER WITH A
Lars e Stock of Notions,
&0 i &0.
ali
TTTPrleea mii ,tjt Uii oo
ROOMS,
ft EAST TOWN 8TUEET,
t.'i3 " ' ' '
J
m, i4.;powEnp ;& bro
DtaLns i mroano km tionisrio
TOBACCO. :. . TllJi.
No. itEaatBtata Street, between illghand
th Pot-0Bic Columbus, vnio. ow.""1"
FANCV fttESS SILKS, ;-j.. u.:'
f A5V DltESfl BILKS, II
r uANnv nuKsa pn.KS.
w. ara nv ofering our Immen. stook, of laacy Pres
r ".v7.?fi... ih..verblor offend In this city.
5b"ateiUo7 if th. ladlea of this cltj r and vtoinlt, to
rrrf..of ,Md.ln (Ms Ho. . MH BAIN.
. midicsl ParBsiiiiJ' i"
rrMiT. m aHTjdIEI!. WISBB. C0BDIAI.8, AND 11
tjp .4 s4 1 ' ' H0""1 tU"t"
l m m m HI' k. K.1 MT TIIHKM bAUIl Oil. M.-9
Mail of slegant qnaliu. lor ladle.; aire, Mitts
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IV lll'Jll I I III! Ill 11 1 rl I I'i 1 III M II
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ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM !
PREMIUMS FOR CLUBS!!
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' ' AT THE LOW RATE OF; ,
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i
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An epitome of the ttirring events constantly occurring at home and abroad, and choice miscel
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IfANYPENNY & MILLER,
FCBLIsriEBS OHIO STATESMAN.
NAMES.
STONE'S BAZAAR.
;N"o. 4 Gwynne Block.
A. P, STONE & O'lIARRA
AHENOWHECEIVI1UTHEIHWIN
Tiill GOODS, and Invite th publie to Imped
then. No such stock of GooOj hta ever been brought to
Ihia market. The Bouth, inconsequence of the failure
of th grain crop, haanot bean able to purchase the na
nal quantity of rich good, and thla fact ha forced the
Importer to Mil them at ptibllo auction, uur nnyer
(Mr. Eton) heinc in New York at the larre aalei, took
aduntajre of them, and we can and will Mil our good
here, at Ms than any on who purchued two weeka lnce,
paid lor taoa la Nw York. Oar flock is complete to
very jcpuHBnt of .... .......
UL6GANTVRE6&81LK8, "
i .. OTTOMAN VELOURS,
! . ' BROCHE VALENC1A3, '
I v PRINTED MEEINOS,
PRINTED COBUROS,
1 A DYED COBUGS:
BLACK ALPACAS,
ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS.
' . ' r ALL WOOL DELAINES,
. ' ' , POPLINS. PRINTS,
DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars AVorth
Bought in One Day, t
At on) half the Cost of Importation.
LADIES' FURS,V
tit Vorldtlcs, of the) Celebrated
tflanwfsitnro of C. G. Gnu.
thcrs & Son.
HOSIERY dTpARLTOT,
Men's, ladle aad Children' TJnder Shirt and trawen;
Ladles, Mliw and Ohlldren'a Holry of all knd, in
Wool and Lamb's Wool; Fleecy Lined and OuttonOlove
of every make.
J - . ' ,-also ; '
A complete assortment of all tho usual varie
ties of , 1 --
LADIES' CLOTHS, - ' , . . ,
I CASSIMERES,
! , OVERCOATINGS, L
TWEEDS,
FLANNELS,
i V :, .j DRES3 TRIMWINQS,
Lftdios and Geiit'i linen Cambric Hand
; . . . .i ; kercnieti, Ac, &c. v
I .. .-.. y -1 , ' ' ' ' . '
' To persons who call on- us, we pledge our word to
ihow them ti e large!, beat and cheapest (took of Goods
rrar seen In Uii market, or pay tbra one dollar par
hourwhlllooklo(t. i, . ..j .
4eel-dl9tawltw. . ETONE t 0 HAttpA.
In
GENUINE FAMILY LIQUORS.
- M
' WM. B. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
" Impofters"aaiVfhblesIralerilo , ':'
Brandies, Wines, Gun ana ' Began,
bee? leav to call the attention of th eltlrenl of the Uni
ted aiates to meir rn " -'-i f
a .k.i.nwn mnanlalon. for family and medical
UBI .. " 1 ' . - I, , , .
i mm. MMrl,d in auil customer, viuuv, oiiuirv iuu
othorpubllo bodies, who rqulr to parchue In large
.rDairouanUtl,ln caaktor bottle, win o iioemiry
dealt witn. rnc. nisi i,f"-v ,' - .
OLD MOREHOUSE BITTERS
i Rcommcnd4 by th antpbyslclaiis as ft belt rcm
4.i..n.n for Dvicosii iDdlcesUuD, Deblllly, and
Nervon TlseM.- A a Deverag. 1 pore, wnol.
aome. and dellcloul to tMtait. now ny u uruSSm.,
i T-wM.B.MORKH0tJBB-OO.,Prp'rv
, '...3st SKxchang Place, .
!'!':,J,"!SJw J.m,City,N,J.
I P. B,--Tli subscrlUrs wish to ngsr a' few setlve
men, as Local aad Trawling Agents for their honj.
whom liberal ladamaMnt WIU w oucrwir p-ij
alar, adtra as abov. , ... -j . ,, ociau-dam
Mjr..iisiv w.a-i?.iv. An ail.K. FAHS
i? wtyli, , Blbboa Bouad, itia!on aoa
dianramai ip -
I saayiO . SI Boath High trtr
NAMES.
New Bookstore -New Arrangement,
JOSEPH H. RILEY,
Publisher, Bookseller k Stationer,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
CAW, JUEDICAL.de SCHOOL, ll'4.--,
Wall Papers, Borders and Decorations,
"VV inc3Lr"OT" Slindos
WINDW CORNICES,
AND CURTAIN BANDS AND PINS,
Manufacturer of
BLANK BOOKS.
Jolt Printing and Book Binding,
LITIIOUHAPHIC WOIIK
la Notes, Checks, Drafts, Letter and Bill Head
' logs, Bonds, Certificates, Diplomas, &c,
FINE CUTtEnV GOtO PENS,
ralntlnR and Engraving;,
Portrait and Picture Frames,
OUT AND BOSE-W00D M0TJLDIKG8
N. B Partlcnlar attention to Stationery order for
Baltroads, Bank, and County Officers.
Jrtl-tlm
Baltimore Clothing Honsc.
UCSS Jb BIjTJM,
. MtMLraciraiwi xrro wrouau biaUuu lis
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
No. 308 W. Mtimore-street,
(orrwstH hccttt irro bowaed,)
1 DALTiinoRE, na.
A Ltrgs Assortment of Piece and Famishing
Goods Constantly on Hand'
Oct'iOdly
,
or
all
to
KAG-LK AVHOLESALK
LOOKING GLASS STORE.
JOSHTJA COWPLAM), .
Hanufacturer and Dealer, No. 63 Booth Fonrlh Bt.,
between Market and Chestnut, Philadelphia. ,
WnEUE HE OFFERS . AT LOW
price, an rxtenslv variety of Looking Glasee. in
ailt, Mahogany aod Walnut Frames, Luge Vreneh Plat
lllirors, Plain and Richly Ornamented, Gilt and Fancy
wood rortrait ana ricture srame.
L00ET5a GLASS PLATES BY THE BOX.
os is less QtrAinrn r.
OoOils packed In th Safest manner, ssd Insured
against Breakage.
S3 Booth Ponrth Street,
aufcSO-JOm. - Philadelphia.
IN
Jn-
VM. KNABE & CO..
AX 'llirill NESW SAI.K-,
l ROOM, XO. ISO BALTIilORE ST.
frrnl
N08. l,3,5and7N.EOTAW BTEET,
Offer for sale their celebrated
GOLDEN MEDAL,
. j , GRAND..
AND SQARE
PIANO-FORTES. ,
Beln hlahtv recommended by th first Professor and
Musical-Amateurs of the country, and
EVERY
. . INBTKliHISHT - ' ' . '
...i .., WARRANTED FOR
fIVBTBARS.
1 Ths asoet fastidious cuitomsr may rely upon being
(irucd in .very respect.
xermeunerai. vt ju , svn sua as w.
BKLTiKR A WfBBTEU, Agents,
0rt2fl;ljdw. - Columbus, Ohio
, FAMILY,. tl.OCI. '
-yiTniTK WHEAT, BRANDED V
: !SNOXVI4L.KB2.,,. V
from "BarneU Mills." Snrlnirfleld. 0. tb Ust brand nf
gluur biougnt l our msrset. Bsturiotion guarantceaM
i rial, WoOONALU B, . -,
lor al only at
: DOV27
104 Bouth High jtreet.
TJTJIDE PlArlTLB BABAOEI, BOTH
TT
Whit and Block, juit received at
(jr
BAJJTS.
The Crisis.
I will lssae a Weekly ppr, tob ealledMTBs Cams."
at th olty of Columbus, and Stat of Ohio, at two dotlor
par annum, f fifty-two numbers, 1 ayablc always
advance, and to commsno during the month of January,
(1861.) A is will b deairabi to both parties to hav
roll sett commencing wltb number 1, it will b impor
tant for subscrlMr. to wnd tbir ntmc as arly possi
ble, to that I can form om (atimat of lb tdUloB to
commence with. ...,',.,
I haTe a great many reason, for publishing this paper,
a will more clearly appmr to my readera as It progress
es, and hence I sliall offer neitbar excuse nor apology
for what, at first view, to some, mar be considered a slu-a-ular
determination.
"1 na Oama" will fully and thoroughly lift lb great
lu that bang Ilk a cloud of night ovtr our common
country, and If our nationality, a it la, cannot be pre
served wbol and undivided, the (till greater question
will arirt, mora perplexing, as It I mora gloomy, what
are to be the conditions of our dissolution and disgrace.
These at momentous queettocs, yet tbey am crowding
hard upon us, and we hare got to look them in the face,
asuupalalaUeasthey maybe. .........
I have not much faith In seeing these who have brought
this fearful crisis upon our country, sbow patriotism and
manllnes enough to confess their error, rectify their
mistakes, and restore the country to th safe and healthy
condition in which they found It, but I (ball naver lose
conttdence In the mass of the people, nor distrust their
right intentions until all bop is lost, and w a (mit
ten down by the parlcldal hand .
kly connection of thirty year with politic and th
pros, gsTe me some claim upon the people for at least
a candid bearing.
If possible, let us av our country from the peril
that surround It, nd ourselves from the stigma of inca
pacity and National wickedness. If It Is too late, aod
we are already whirling to the dark abyss of dissolution
and chaos. In th nam of humanity let us bait and not
tush headlong Into civil commotion ueh a have nrr
before reddened th earth with a brother' blood.
But a Proipectus is no plac to argue great question.
"Tni Cams" will do that at length, and without glove.
I will apeak freely of men and measures, and call thing
by their right name. Wb.n a great country and the
fat of a mighty people are at stake. It Is no time to re
treat to our closet, to pUk word of delicate meaning,
or to bunt phrase to lit like music on the ear of lore.
We are passing dangerous ihoal in a frightful storm,
and It Is unmanly to ait in atimio pantomime of a resig
nation In Providence, tie wno wouiu not assist in sav
ins: ui from tlii i impending wreck, would not defend hi
before hi eyes
wife and children from the fatal dagger raised to itrik
Tb Coisis " will also b of a general character, and
Si varied In it lubjeel th nature of It main purpos
will admit. I shall especially devote s number of arti
cles to the political and material Interest of Kansas and
Minnesota, where I have mostli resided sine lb spring
of 1cj7, and In both of which I bav taken no insotlv
part.
To my friends In Ohio, I one more appeal. I hav
often done so, but never In vain. In this terrible erlil
In our affairs, will you not stand by me in this last ap
peal which, in the nature of thing, I can never make
again. God baa apared my lit to witness tni mouruiui
and gloomy acene t witness th dlitroylng angal past
ing almost unheeded over our fair and, oruibing th
hope of million! In It dread flight-
voiumous, vnm.
Direct letters to B. Minaar,
S. MEDARY.
1860.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT.
Columbus, Ohio, Dec. 3, 1860.
STATEMENT EMMUng th Jloctiplt and Expendl-
turn of tne rvoltc jronre awrmy rn xcou.
endinp .Voif. 15IA, 1800; viit h th BalanctHnthi Various
Fundi, at t7t Btainnina of th Year. Th
Amount Paid vut Under tach of th Yartout Ltgii-lattr
Appropriation, during the mm Ftriod;
th Balance Remaining to th Credit of tack Partio-vlarf'und;
and th Tbtat Amount Remaining in th
Trtatunjatth Ulouof th Tear.
General Revenue.
Balaice In treasury.Nov. 15,1850 $101,301 W
Taxes collected aod paid la by
counties 557,111 G8
TAanli,l. f mm hank taxes, convict
labor aud other Iteuji..... 10.788 83 $m,m
Dlelunrmtnti.
Amount paid to Canil fund (135,010 CG
Ati,1itir'. drafts releemed from
Nov. 15, 1850 to Nov. I5,18U0.. BCfl.lPS MSOl,823
Balance in th treasury Nov. 15, I860....
$1,568
Canal Fund .
Rec, from General Revenue $133,046 tili
Ohio Canal "2,12 1:1
M. A E. Canal 153,714 84
" " Muskingum Improve
ment ' Hocking Canal
" Walbondlug Canal. ..
' " Western Reerve and
Maumee Road......
16.114 80
16,31)3 61
678 11
8,813 41 $441,874
DUburiementi.
Auditor's drafts over receipts-
Nov. 15. 1650 $90,200 87
Amount transferred to National
itoad fund 9,360 03
Auditor' dratt reaeemea rrom
Nov. 15, 1850 to Nov. 15, I860. 324,501 G5$417,25
Balance In Treasury Nov. 15, 1860 $4,749
Sinking Fund.
Balanceln Treasury Nov. 15, 1H59 IT8,554 37
Taxes collected and paid In by
eounti 1 027,911 47
Received principal of Surplus
Revenue 3,098 21
Received interest of Surplus
Revenue.. 7,427 86
Received proceed of section 16. 85,082 02
Received " " " 90. 5,056 40
Received " " Virginia
Military 3,193 09
Received proceed of land sold
by fund Commlisioner 769 85
Received Canal, Turnpike and R
B. dividends 38.468 .)
Received from Ohio Railroad Oo. 1.200 00
Received from sal of L.M. B. R.
took 17.782 76
Returned to Treasury by fund
Commlaiioners Irom mew iora e,iu a
$1,409,81033
Diebureevientt.
Paid Auditor's draft drawn on
foreign Interest $667,016 OS
Interest on domestic debt 17,009 61
Interest on Irreducible debt 157,263 07
Redemption of foreign debt 20,81 1 00
Temporary Loan 310,715 05
Expense fund Commissioners... ' 6,(03 77
Constructlonlof Vault 23 23
$1,388,531 81
Baluce in Treasury Nov. 15, I860....
. $15,278 82
State Qmmiuiontr School Fund,
Palanc In Treasury Nov. 15, 1850 $52,719 31
Taxes collected and pali In by
counties 1.235,877 41
$1 288,509 73
Dleburtemtnt.
Falrl Auditor' drafts to Oountv
Treasurers
...$1,250,833 17
$37,763 55
Balance in Treasury Nov. 15, 1800
District School Library Fund.
Balance In Treasury Nov. 15, 1859 $593 13
Taxes ooilected and paid In by
conntie 82,126 66$82,719
Dltburttmmtt.
Amount Audltor'sdraft redeem- -
ed from Nov. 13, Itun, to nov.
IS, I860
, $78,895 71
Balance in Treasury Nov. 15, I860 $3,824 07
Xational Road Fund.
Amount transferred from Canal
Fund $2,360 03 '
Receipts from Nov. 15, 1859, to
Nov. 15,1860 11.221 74 $13,581 70
Amount Auditor' draft, redeem
ed from Nov. 15, lr50, to Nov.
13, I860... $13 375 69
Balance la Treasury Nov. 15, I860
0 07
Oit Rant of Cincinnati Fund.
15.758 10
145 47
4.110 53 $4,272
$1,488
Balance In Treasury Nov. 15 1850.
lnclJen'lal Bipeneesduringyear
Paid dividend redemption of
Note
Balance In Treasury Nov. 15, 1860
CViisa? Rant of Cleveland Fund.
$7,701
2,700 00
144 05
4,407 40 $4,55145
$3,159
Balance In Treasury Nov. 151850 $5,01112
Received of J. Al. Armstrong De
ceiver Incidental Expense, during jer
Paid dividend redemption of
Note
Dslanc!n Treasury Nov IS. 18110..
Seneca County Rani Fund.
$1,983
63
Balance In Treasury Nov 1.1, 1859
IncldentialExpenie during year. '
Balance in Treasury Nov. 15.1860 ',
Three cent -fuud
1 RECAPITULATIONS.
.DMulna th Amount Received from all Souie
on vhat Account Dttburttd.
Sentral Revenue ....,....$805,792 40
Canal fond 421,874 02
Sinking fund oiu at
Stata Commissioner Schoolfund 1,288,598 7 '
em,, iv 10
13.581 70
5,758 10
7,711 12 ' '
,. 1,283 68 -
19 04 $4,031, 147,55
Diitrlct School Library Bund.
National Road fund
City Bank Cincinnati fund..
Canal Bank Cleveland Fund.
Seneca County Bank Fund....
Three pei cent Fund
.1
.1 ,v : )j-Surmnf.
I
General Rvnu. . .. ... 1 ....... $801,923 58
Canal fund....". 417,125 54
SinWngU'aad... 1,388,331 81
Btate Commissioner School fund 1,250 833 17
District School Library .una.,. ta.ovt vi
National Road Pusd 13575 69
City Bank Olnclnnatl fund , 4s973 00
n.n.l Bank Cleveland f and... 4.56145
Sca County Bank f und.,. idx 6 53 1 3,959,071
Xit.1 l.Bi-'lfl 1fraur
'!
Nov. 15, 18C0 7S,07
STATEMENT
Of Appropriations from General Revenue, and Disbursements under the same,
for the Year ending Nov. 15, 1860.
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(alarle Judicial Officers
' State Officers
" Quartermaster General
" Adjutant General
Bup't and Janitor of Btate Hons-
" OStcers Idiotic Asylum
' Officer C. O. Lunelle Asylum...
Officer Ohio Penltentisry
OlliosrsS. O.Lunatlo Asylum....
Officers Blind Asylum
' Officers Deaf and Dumb As lum. .
' Olera Adjutant General
Clerk. In Treasurer's Offic
" In SecreUry's OIBce
" In School Commissioner's OSioe. . .
' in Auditor' Office
" in Attorney General'. Office
Contingent fund Secretary of State
' " Attorney Gtneral
" " Governor
" " School Commissioner...
" Librarian
' Auditor
'. Acll'tGeneral
" . " Treasurer of Btat
" ' Quartarmaster General.
" " Supreme Court..
' " Ohio Reform farm
" Oommis'r of Statistic..
Stationery
Stat House
furnishing Stair
Some and Rotunda
Ornamenting grounds
Brick gutters.
Lightning rod.
flagging main walk..
Btate Printing
Slate Beporia
State Library
Law Library
Wolf Scalp.
Seawand Presses
Expenses Blind Asylum
Deaf and Dumb Asylum
" Dayton Lunatlo Asylom
" Oolumbus Lunatlo Asylum
' Northern Lunatlo Asylum
unio penitentiary
" Asylum for Idiots...
" Inv. Comn. Treasury
Special Election.
Treasurer's Mileage
ruei
Chaplain Columbus Lunatlo Asylum
Ghaplaln Southern Ohio Lunatlo Asylum.
Tax refunded
Crier Supreme Csurt
Messenger Supreme Court
Gas for Stat House
Car Publie Arm
Heating Btate House ,
Poetagf for Auditor
Presidential Election
Pro, and transportation of oonvlc't
mo penitentiary overwork ;
Hep. Day. Luu. As m et auttem'tof uuls ce
Trustee Benevolent Institutions
Distributing Law. and Journals
Legislature ,
Ohio Reform farm, expenditure., eto
arteiiao n u
Sal. Officers Nor hern Ohio Lunali Asy'a.
Ohaplaiu Northern Ohio Lunatic Asylum.
Claims
Shelving aad doora Library
Postage of Comptroller
Clerk of Comptroller
Contingent fund of Comptroller
State Binding
furniture Deaf and Dumb Asylum
United Slates Prisoner ,
Repairing Public Arms
Care Legislative Halls
Furniture for Comptroller
State Board of Agriculture
Stat Board of Equalization
Night Watch at State Boom
Special Examiner Canal Officve
Repairing Northern Ohio Lunatic Asvlum .
Wage, Rent, Bep'og, Ate., Idiotic Aaylua
salaries umcers unio itcrunn rarm ....
finishing Building Ohio Reform Farm,
fruit Trees Ohio Reform Farm
AgrleuU'l Implements Ohio Reform farm-
Live stock Ohio Ketorm arm
Guard Ohio Penitentiary
Discharged Convicts Ohio Penitentiary
Library Ohio Penitentiary
Building " ,
Wall -
Completion new Ham Bbop Ohio Pmlt'y.j
sew nooi unio reniicntiary
Cell Doora " '
Eipsuses Commissioners Nw Penitentiary
Repair, furnlturaand Library N.O. L. A.
Hamilton County Lunatic Asylum.
Stat. Arsenal
Contingent Sinenses of State Hon. ...
Expenses Counsel in Csnal Contract...
- " U.S. Bank Taxes...;
State Armorer 1
Repair. Furniture A Bedding Blind Asy'm
Flagging Sidewalk High itreet
$10,293 45
1,622 88
554 35
107 55
534 98
377 50
2,001 39
2,505 77
1,350 00
3,087 00
4,013 51
200 00
381 00
550 37
3,320 60
33 34
1,333 97
I, 059 99
4.831 45
65 81
139 65
7173
M 25
359 36
, 16 25
84 30
'moo
16,493 03
II, 1)1. 44
4,755 31
5,082 S3
163 64
'300 00
234 35
005 00
1,073 89
16. 97
719 35
490 00
108 23
7,733 13
13) 85
5,300 00
6,265 64
3,315 00
81,059 70
803 09
9,105 31
7o366
4,768 91
75 00
200 00
18,601 42
4 00
667 O0
739 09
075 08
1,154 31
436 85
6,250 00
9 571 59
3,000 00
646 85
3,041 56
5,630 31
5,203 50
139 03
675 00
100 00
3,540 60
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BBS Of)
3,814 14
96
458 50
90s 27
141 50
13 37
11 821 08
814 00
350 00
1,000 00
1 00
3,034 00
200 00
100 00
4WO0 00
500 00
1,434 47
180 00
484 95
11.734 72
3,054 04
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TT $99,050 00 $109 343 45 $61,915 58 $ 3 664 73
.. 17,15 00 18,647 68 11,8'A 68 8,813 20
., 4110 1 0 954 35 673 W 379 35
.. 300 00 407 55 300 0b 167 35
2,000 00 3 534 96 1 670 88 8(14 W
1,900 00 9277 50 1,753 50 525 00
,. ! 3,200 00 501 39 3 35 00 2,470 39
.. -7,362 00 9 957 77 5 854 30 ,103 41
.. 2,700 00 - 4.050 00 3 700 00 1.3(H) 00
.. I 6,000 00 9 087 00 6 207 50 2.87150
.. I 9,500 00 13,312 51 7.HM 00 5,704 I
400 00 600 00 3HO 80 210 SO
.. 4,200 00 4 5HI 77 3,324 94 1,256 83
.. ! 2,300 00 3 0M37 l.HI 85 1.279
..i, 1,000 00 1,000 00 1,000 00
.. f 8.900 00 13.220 60 7,354 64 4,865 96
.. BOOOO 833 34 733 00 100 01
8(10 00 2.1:13 97 43d 03 1,607 94
1.500 00 2,559 99 891 19 1,608 80
2.000 00 6,e3l 45 3.378 37 3.453 08
600 00 605 81 510 02 , 155)9
600 00 739 65 070 70 68 95
.. 9 000 CO 9,715 72 1.494 96 1,321 44
200 00 235 25 171 01 64 24
3,500 00 S 859 38 9,209 14 500 22
.. 1 300 00 310 95 - "3 50 .949 75
600 00 584 39 201 02 3s 77
200 00 900 00 900 00
50000 505 00 145 OO 45000
30,000 00 46,495 03 95 871 02 20,623 41
,. 10,000 00 16.013 44 11,357 18 4.555 1S
4.755 31 4.655 31 100 00
5.02 82 5 0M2 82
.. ! 800 00 063 68 725 91 237 77
3u0 00 173 10 IM 90
254 35 911 07 43 28
005 00 005 00
.. ! 32,000 00 33.073 W 95,134 94 7,937 IkV
,. 720 00 720 00 700 00 20 00
I, 000 00 1,162 97 584 70 578 97
,. . 500 (10 1,219 35 959 10 9C0 23
420 00 104 50 255 50
50 00 218 23 918 23
.. 10,200 00 17,933 13 9.025 59 8,907 54
12 000 00 12.133 65 11000 00 1,133 85
.. 27.000 00 32,300 00 17,340 74 14,759 20
.. 40 800 00 46,265 64 34 319 50 11.746 14
.. 27,OUO 00 3.051 15 96.500 85 4,005 15
.. 51.900 00 72,958 70 60.408 70 12,453 73
5 500 00 5 703 09 4,270 53 1,43157
9,105 31 100 00 2 005 31
2U) 00 200 00 150 43 48 18
3.800 00 3.063 66 3 568 77 344 89
5 (100 CO 9.708 91 4 217 55 3,551 36
300 00 275 00 908 00 75 00
200 00 . 400 00 118 00 93 OU
.. ' 1,000 00 19.601 42 3,151 24 16,450 18
.. 600 00 604 00 970 00 3M 00
500 00 1,107 00 950 00 917 00
.. ! 3 500 00 4.232 09 . 9.664 06 1,568 03
.. : 900 00 1,875 08 1,178 54 608 54
.. , 3,000 00 3,454 31 1,594 34 1,859 97
.. I 438 fa 303 92 D3 63
.. ' 5.500 00 5.500 00 9,010 69 9.889 38
.. i 45 000 00 51,250 00 42,ejS 45 6.3H4 55
.. I 7 601 65 10.173 24 8.149 05 4.030 59
.. 1,010 00 4,500 00 2,803 14 1.608 tJ
..1 200 00 840 Bi 476 05 370 20
. I 1,500 00 3.541 53 999 33 9 542 23
.. C0.O0O0O 05 630 31 61.965 88 3,654 73
12 000 00 17,209 50 0,2110 00 8,003 50
3.000 00 3,130 03 9.927 81 811 23
9,700 00 3.373 00 3,150 00 225 00
2O0 00 300 00 266 60 3334
.. 13.087 59 19,034 19 18,078 33 2.555 88
.. 100 OU 100 00 35 37 64 63
13 41 13 41
3,800 00 afiOOUO 3,386 87 413 33
500 00 889 08 663 31 225 77
.. 18,000 00 21,614 14 8,415 50 13,198 55
6 96 6 90
3,000 00 9,453 50 1,377 75 1,074 75
OHe) 47- 28 40 039 87
141 50 37 95 53 55
13 37 4 35 9 12
.. I 8,100 00 2.100 00 9, 100 00
11,821 68 , 8.314 37 3,607 31
500 00 714 00 505 34 208 76
1,900 00 1,750 00 1,111 11 038 89
1,900 00 1,900 00 ........
1 00 1 00
4,200 00 7934 00 5 034 00 8,200 00
I, IH) l.0OO 200 00 1,200 00
250 00 350(10 lilO 00 250 00
100 00 100 00
500 00 500 00
.. 92.205 00 93,029 47 93,606 77 , 92 70
1,500 00 . 1.660 00 1,305 00 985 (SI
350 00 734 25 257 50 476 75
40.000 00 51 734 73 40,979 01 10,755 71
9,054 04 8.0M 04
2t0 3 900 DO 1,781 91 418 09
1,700 00 1,700 00 1 700 00
2,942 00 9,943 00 1 910 54 1,731 46
1 200 00 1,200 00 1 200 00
3,530 67 3,330 67 1571 80 1 958 78
II, 000 00 11,000 00 .3 000 00 6,000 00
' 3,304 00 4 776 00 948 00
.. 8,700 00 3.700 00 240 78 3.459 22
3,000 00 2.000 00 200 00 1,800 OU
1,500 00 1.3O0 00 1,500 00
50000 50000 500 00
. . I 1,000 00 1 0110 00 332 77 ' 667 93
.. 1,500 00 1,500 00 445 SI 1,054 49
STATEMENT
Of Appropriations from Canal Fund, and Disbursements Under the
Same, for the Year Ending November 15, 1860.
Salaries of Member of Board of Public
Work..
Expenses of Munbers of Bosrd of Public
Work
Repair on section, No. 3
Claims found du and Hilled by Board....
Construction of Crib, Malta Mill, Morgan
county
Payment Salaries of Engineers
Award of Demaie
Indebtedness prior to 15tb f ebruary, I860,
0. v. v. v. ........ ...... .
Payment of Land, Lewistown Reervolr.
Ferriage at Portsmouth
Salary Secretary to Board or Public Work.
Building feeder Dans on X.O. A L. 0....J
Building Sandy and Beaver Aqueduct 1
Atomey'sfe, Bup. o
Building Bsiln on old Pen. lot
Bupt. and Repairs Southern DlvslonObio
Canal
Sup. and Repair, Northern Division Ohio
Canal
Repair, Lock No. 8. M. A 1. Canal
Repair, Walhondlng Canal
Repair, Western Metervt aad Maumi
Road
Repairs, Muskingum Improvement
Coiap. Little Anglais Aqueduct
Conlrao! for graveling tow-path.
Compt. Safety Gate in Lockport
Enlarging Feeder, Licking Reservoir
Damage of Lands border, Meroer county
Reaervolr,. 1
Repairs, Hooking Canal
Comp. Cent, with James Burdy Gil. Bide
Cut
Repairs, en Division No 1
Kepalrlpg and Building Wood Lock......
Independence Dam
Repairs, Division No. 9
Building Guard abovs Paint Creak Aque
duct Building Guard Bank at Athena
Stata Prop, of building bridg, Walnut
ureeg
Repair, Dir. No. 3
Repairs under contract
Improvement Month of Muskingum Blvr
Protecting Bank of Muskingum River. .. . 1
$3705 Oft
1210 88
629 131
9440 00
3065 44
6518 3tl
...I
29225 08
"939 13
9-04 08
983 55
8 37
400 OA
57 20
(00 00
901 08
39528 31..
7779 S9L.
9350 OOL
14087 94 ..
Repairs.
rllaml and Erie Canal.
450 m
500 00
1500 OOl
54988 001
575 4
5850 00
83 971
h
I'
1 -s
1 a -
f Ii
a-
ii
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........ $4300 00 $8225 00
I 1500 801 9710 88
16333 8016333 80;...
. .; out 1 j
9440 OOl
7500 00 11465 441
6513 36
$4875 00 $3350 001
i 000 001
1683 16
'jM 90
9440 00
0330 80
9555 00
954 55
310 00
058 32
20
IOOOOO!
199225 US',
800 00 600 80
1000 00 1000 00
m W
11000 00 11000 OOl 4000 OOl
1704 08 2683 541
750 00 1033 55i
158000 00,56000 80 40220 83;
550(10 00 55000 00 46821 601 8178 SKH
3079 10 2979 19 2979 19
3000 00 1000 00 12707 80 933 90
4834 64
3057 16
745 45
199225 4
3O0 00.
.341 68
7000 od
90 54
1033 35
17473 17
5000 00 5008 37 5008 17
34000 00.33999 8085509 231
400 00
547 80
500 00
981 89
9000 00
12000 00
2000 0o
9000 80 197 00
12000 00 8265 83
9000 00
39528 31 96545 50
7779 59
23 30
14667 04
450 00
500 00
7739 39
9027 80
13505 80
1027 721
"S03 23
8490 77
300 00
1500 00 1500 001
A4VB8 0B 3BU50 97:
575 411 575 41
2000 OOl 7650 OA 3149 59
93 97 ) 80 76
IOOOOO 00 '8000(1 O0 A1884 40'
1603 00(
3734 17
9000 OOl
12083 81
33 27
S33 SOi
1109 del
. 45000;
20937 62
4707' ii
11 21
8115 OfJ
929 13
400 00
547 90
500 00
961 00
STATEMENT
Of Appropriations from National Road Fund, and Disbursements Under
Same, for the Year Ending November 15, 1860.
12
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53
2g
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Repair. National Bjsd.
Us
8. K
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$4978981.
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STATEMENT
STATEMENT Of Appropriations from Sinking Fund, and Disbursements Under the
Same, for the Year Ending 15, 1860.
foreign sad Domestic InUrmt. ........
Temporary Lon...
Kxpens fandOcsamluloBsr.A. ........
Vault in Band OoaaUnioa' Ofllo.....
Xngravlng, Printing, s...
Purchase of foreign Debt
IrrtdaoMbl Debt
decll-aw4r J
s
u
$3963010 .
..........
884 89 .
361 39,.
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1830000 SO 1236168 W 8840?5 f,7S,iei4 li.,t, ,,..e
.iun.t on .SHIM 00 330156 60'ntBlM 4LH . t. ... .
I . "i --x-; i- .... .. .
...T....J Wl 3l4 "-WWI 838 14.....I.-.J
looo eel loiioo oot- .33 eoj (ski o.,.
orj est xinnx) tm, wuru. m v.hi.vii.
x.nuia on l70li rjd 7ssotA'
87834 88! ,l........l o nmw. vw, i-i.
. :Tir: iflaiou ool lesooi 001572.1 orl 4733 m'
As rt,mVCiH,,;iYamei aisms, ,
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Scroftila, or King's Evil, ;
.
Is a constitutional disease, a corruption of tjia 1 .
blood, by which, this fluid becomes witiatcd, "
weak, and poor. Being; la lbs circulation, It
pervade tlic wliole body, and may burst out .
in disease on any part of iti Noormisfta
from its attacks, nor is there one which it anay
not destroy. The scrofulous taint is variously
caued by mercurial disease, low living, dig- :
ordvred or unhealthy food, impure air, filth
and tiltliy habiu, th depressing vices, and,
above all, by the venereal infection. What
ever be its origin, it is hereditary in th con
stitution, descending 11 from parent to children "
nnto the thud and fourth generation ; " indeed,
it seems to be the rod of Him who says, I
will visit tho iniquities of the fathers upon
their children."
- It effects commence by deposition from th
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in
the luiig-i, liver, and internal organs, is termed '
tubercles ; in the glands, swelunes and on
,the surface, eruptions or sore. This foul cor
ruption, which genders in the blood, iepresse
the energies of life, so that scrofulous constitu-tion-t
not only suffer from scrofulous com- -plaints
but they have far less power to with
stand the attack of other diseases; conse
quently vast numbers perish - by . disorders
which, ullhough not scrofulous in their nature,
pre still rendered fatal by this taint in the
sy-tcm. Host of the consumption which de
cimates the human family has its origin directly
in tlii scrofulous contamination; and many
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or
ure aggravated by the same cause.
One quarter of all our people are scrofulous ;
their persons are invaded by this lurking in
fection, and their health is undennlned by it."
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
the blood by an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate it by healthy food and exercise.
Such a medicine we supply in -
AYER'S
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical
skill of our times can devise for this every
where prevailing and fatal malady. It is com
bined from tit most actiro remeaials that hsvo
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of tlie
system from its destructive consequences.
Hence it should be employed for the cure ut
not only Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions which arise from it, such as Eruptive
and fniH Diseases, St. Anthony's Fiue,
Rout, or Er.vsiFELAs, Pimpius, Pustules,
Blotches, Blains and Boils, Tumors, Tetter
and Salt Riif.iv, Scald Uzad, Ringworm,
ItiiKi-WATisM, Syphilitic andMEKCi'iiiAi.Div
r-Aiti, Duopsy, Dyspepsia, Deiiility, and,
indeed, ai l Complaints aiusino ritoM, Vitia
ted u Impcke Bi.ooii. The popular belief
in " imnn iti of the blood " is founded in truth,
for scrofultt is a degeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose and virtue of this Sarsapn
rillu is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible ut
contaminated constitution.
Ague Cure,
roa the argrciY ccaa or
Iutei-mlttcBt Fsver, or Fever and ATae,
Itesssllfent F.w.r, Chill Fever, Dumb
Aa-ise, Pcrl.dlcal Hcadaclva, or Billots.
Headache, and Bilious Fevers, Indeed
for gsi. wlsol. claas of dls.aae urlijlmat
lug In biliary deranaj.sm.mt, caused by
the BI alar its of Mlaasnatse Countries.
, We are enabled here to offer the community a
tumedy which, vrliilo it cures the above comuiaints
Viitli certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any
quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in districts
v.hei. these afflicting disorders prevail. This
" Ci ke " expels the miasmatic poison of Fever -and
Aoi'B from the system, and prevents the de
velopment of the disease, if taken on ths first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only
the best remedy ever yet discovered for this class
of complaints, out also the cheapest. Th large
quantity are supply for a dollar briag.it within the
resch of every body ; snd in bilious districts, whore
Fever and Aovb prevails, every body should
hare it and use it freely both for cure snd protec
tion. A great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the epeedy and certain
cur of Intermittent is that it contains no Quinine
or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
other injurious eflects Whstaver upon the constitu
tion. Ihose cured by it are left as healthy as if
they had never had the disease.
I ever and Ague is not alone the consequence of
the miasmatic poison. A great variety of disor
ders arise from its irritation, among which are
Meuralqia. Rhrumntitm, Ooxit, Headache, Blind
neu, loothache, Earache, Catarrh, Aeihma, Pal
pitation, Painful A ffection of the Spleen, lijsta
tci, Pain in th Bowelt, Cohc, Paralysii ana De
rangement f th Stomach, all of which, when
originating in this cause, put on the intermittent
tvp, or become periodical. Thia " Ccrb " ezpeis
the poison from the blood, and consequently cure
them all alike. It Is an invaluable protection to
immigrant and persona travelling or temporarily
residing in th malarious districts. If taken occa
sionally or daily while exposed to ths infection,
that will be excreted from the system, snd cannot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis
ease. Hence it is even more valuable for protec
tion than cur, and few will ever surfer from Inter-
nittcnts if they avail themselves of th protection
this remedy attords.
Prepared by Sr. X C. ATEB & CO., Lowell, Has.
ROBERTS A SAMUEL, Colaabas.
Atd bv Druggists and Dalrs vsrywhcr
BOW:lyd,tww
Winter Arrangement 1
Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
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RAILROAD?.
For Cincinnati, Dayton Tntsitnapolis!
Through to Indiananoli without Chang of Car
and but On Chans of Cars between
Columbus and St. Louis. .
THRES TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS.
I.' LculsV.,
FIRST TRAIN.
(Daily, Mondev excepted.)
NIGHT BXPRKSS, 4 Dayton, at 8:45.
nlnr at London. X.nl. Davton. Mlddlatown ai
ton, arriving at Cincinnati at 8: JO a. .; Dayton at' 43
a. BJ..lodlauoDOllaat 10:48 i a.:a LoulrA-. " 50
om.
: , SECOND TRAIN,
ACCOMMODATION, at 8:10 a. a., awptng at all Sta
tions betweea Oolumbus and Clntnnd and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati 11:98 a. .,4faytoaat9:ls. ,
Indlanopolli af 2;S8n. as. .
THIRD TRAIN. " -DAT
JfXrtR83,at S'SOp. sa stopping at Alton,
Jefferson. London. - Charleston, Oodarvllle, I Xenla.
Spring Valley, Corwia. Morrow, Deerfleld, Tnetor'a.
Lvvln4. Mllirordand flalnvllle, arriving at 0nclo
nati at 7:80 p m.; St. Loaiaat 12 s;DstoaU 3 35 p.
m.; Indlaospolts at 10:38 p. a.
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