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THURSDAY EVENING, JAN
3, 1801.
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LOCAL MATTERS.
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J Tli A da W8 lSxpr' PS UOmpanj pucw u ibuj
uuavr obllBatious to it lor ms very miesi paper.
, Irom the tdtHtern cities.' - i
, Tim Amei iciii Exprune Company has our
i iPtllKH lor uv 4,-my laruri iu uiu nuupc ui iub
. ery latent cat'U-rn papers
Madame Vaiiian Jahkh. This American
Vocalist who hits taken rank as one of the runst
brilliant artist of the age, will soon make
her anjear.tuce lu this city. A will bo Been
b; Iho auuoducu.xect la our advertising col
vmrs, sha will give two grand Corcerts here,
She baa recently beta giving Concerts in Lou! a
villa
The Journal of that city speaks in rap-
tardus terms of licr stieeeafl. Wo quote
teutcucea: ' .
Um
' "11 an cvideti"6 were required that Kentucky
as loyal to the Uoion sentiment, it waa afforded
laso Saturday evening when mre. varian James
sanf the Star Spangled Banner at the concert
iu the Mawnio Temolo. Every vce was re-
echoed back amidst a torrent of appiaueo and
tho" wildest demonntratioue of satisfaction
Stobt-heartcd.men .with glistening eyes sparkling
with the firea of patriotism, raised tbeir loua
botld, and tho women our wives, mothers,
and daughters, uoa mess tnem lotnaa ine ac-
claim, wU their white handkerchiefs seemed
to U), as they were MO raptuoaaly waved, like a
ttxkof suowy doves encitollDg the vast audi-
; l.inVtJ.' '
' Nete o 9' forgot the scene. Mrs. James
as ttve Opdd(vof Liberty dreased In appropriate
coBtume, Wit per oaacnoes, now isuiug in nuio'
Uke.eof tress jd then rising like tbe mighty In-
Spiratiua Of y people's prayer, until caught npl
" bytht) andlen'co and drowned in thunders of pa
Tfiotie ppiio ana acclaim.
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tnOn the 17th December, 1860, at tbe
rirsidene of . hie father, near Centrevllle,
i'aittcis MtRioN Mann, In the 18th year oJ his
age- He wns tho youngeut son of Capt. Thom
as Mann, and grand.-oa of S. Mann, Esq.
of JelTerson township, in this county. , The
deceased was treasurer of the Forest Grove
Bind, and universally beloved by all tbe mem
berg. He was Idolized by bia family, and respec.
ted and esteemed by all who knew him. He
was a worthy member of the M.E. Church
"Bleat ii the memory of the J uit,
, And tweet their uluuibera la tbe dutt;
Though lott, long lost, to mortal eye, .
Their well earned name shall never die ''
P.wtsn.tY A nmnau VAea.J.. Mn.r.l..N ear. I
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Railroad, coming eaet, was nearing Woodstock,
v" -j ww uvuui vm U0 uunu (tinuoinu I
old farmer attempted to cross the track In front
of the locomotive. Every effort was made to
check the crgiuc; but it was impossible to pre
vent a collision. B tb the borers were killed,
and tie wagon, with the farmer In it, tossed!
some fifty feet into an adjoining field.
Though I
insensible for a time, ho was not seriously inL
-.-.4 fPL- r 11 ' r .l , w ... I
jarea ine louy oi ine man in attempting to I
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crosa tne tracK, wun the train In lull view, and
comtng at a rapid rate, seems unaccountable.
- Ra'DOtiNO W'obk and Waoc?. In order to
meet the exigency of the times, a p'-au Las been
adopted in many industrial establishments, of
reducing tho amount of work per day with a
corresponding rcdnction of wages, in order to
avoil an entire dicahargo cf a portion of tbe
workmeu. Iu
accordance with tfalA plan, we 1
learn that in the workshops of tho Llttlo Miami
and Columbus andX.nia Riilroad, the number
of working hours per diy has been reduced one
fourth ' . t - . . . . - 1
Effcct of IIakd Times on Convict Lab jr.
It seems thai Mojer3. Hall, Avris, k Co., coo
trsotOM lot oonvlct kbsr, have been in the habit
of employing some fifteen convicts above tho
number regularly contracted lor. Oa New
Year's day, this firm notified the Warden of tbe
Penitentiary that on aud after the following
.day, ibey would huve no Anther use for this
arurplus convict labor. '
Frozen to Dcatu. Thursday night of laet
week, A nan was found about a mile from New
Lisbon- k frozen thai be died tbe next day.
Pcrbapsliis en immaterial circumstance, bat
UlB stated that a bottle was found la his pocket
contiiD'og a redisb colored uhitKy. '
Paos ati Statistic! During tbe year 18G0,
the Pre'otte udge of this county issued 486
- marriage licenses, admitted 37 wills to probate,
grsBtdl letters ot administration and letters
teitameuyry, and appointed 72 guardians'.' y ,
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Rf-El teiJ. On New Vear'd day, the old
officers of. the Little Miami and Columbus and
Xe&la Rtrtroad were ro elected for the current
year. ', "
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.ETlfVwiRi CAarRNTgR, E-q , was pa the
0-'7th Dec., elected Major of tbe War Eagle
baud, In Jffcrsou twwuehip, Franklin ooonty.
AaaiTAt or. Cauiita. Mr. Raskk's horse
Cauider his arrived in New Yotk.' He is ex-
psctedlot:
Columbus in a few weeks. :
rhFijiotorlous Abbi" Kelly was lecturing
w (Lisbon last week. She was escorted
at 'We
by a colotitij gem' an
TtTAt k a Christmas ilinnec given to the old
tbe train on tbe Columbus and IndiauaMltaUoM,3
, .people of Ztncsvilte and Putnam, Tosxrs
', aged 115 years, was present.
EXA ' "V '
TakKn However; that ls neither here nor
HRore; she went home to breakfast,' and bad
Mil I reolr cau6ht tbe J0"" ?.avot of her first sip of
, when the servant passed her a plato of bls-
Miuit, the sight of which, to say nothing of smell
. (immediately threw her into violent hysterics.
- "Ob!"she exclaimed, in an agonising tone of
oice, "take the horrid things from my Bight.'
Ibis sad spectacle wonld havo. been prevented
had the' cook ' used D. B. DeLand 4 Co.
Chemical rialeratua, instead of the worthless,
impure stuff which did Had Its way Into that
otherwise peooefulend happy honsebold. D, B
De Land i.Co., Fairpott, Monroe Co , N. Y
make a perfectly, pure and reliable Saleratua,
, It can be prooured of most dealers in grooeries,
and at wholesale from r tho grooers lo large
. towns, and or the manuracturers,; ' '
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- Antics to LIdiis. We are aware there are
tnany of .our lady readers who are complaining
of weakness and debility.' Oar advice is to go
i at ones and get some of McLean's Strenqth
) emIno Cordial and Blood FuairiEB. i It is a de
' Iklous Tonio, and jost the tbing to steenqthen
i and mviaoRATE the whole organization, and
Pdeiet the Blood.. , See advertisement , in aH
tliM enlamn' .' ' ' W . . !
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Excellent w Have you yet tried Guernsey
Balm? ' If not, why not? Have you doubts re
garding Ita t fflcaey t One application of the
Balm will p)t dispel your doubts, but will, at
the time, remove soreness and,, lnflammatori
I After this, dyu,t.bo wlthontit,;1i c B7.IjC.',
OCT', fee1'; advertisement .oi frof n Mn.LEa
aii juvifrjurAnvr in uuuvuer column. .
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TELEGRAPHIC!
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
CONGRESSIONAL.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 2.
SENATE.
All the ffalhirle were crowded tafura 11 aV1o1c. unit
I i. .1... i.,.,.id ...n -i-n... i-i i
i ,uuui . 1Uu ui ituies, ua inn; cruwu hub
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I The Pacific Railroad bill being the lutolal ordor, aud
Mr. Baker baring the floor on unllaltbed builness , the
memo nailroad kill wai mailt too ipcoial order lor Bat'
urday.
Mr. Baker proceeded lo apeak of the gnat napousibll.
Ity which he felt in sneaking In luch pretense, lie com
plimented the spceoh of the Senator from La., u being
the beat he had heard, but atlll It reminded htm of what
was once laid of a famou book." It la the beat war tint
con in no sam, wnton never ougnc to nave been laid at all
me argument oi ine nerainr to prove that the (jor
ernmeat leof no avail, and that the Union I. no I'ni,.n
Mr. Baker read from Webeter'e worki hit opinion that
no Elate bad a right to dlsiolve iU relation to the Qenor
al Government, and claimed, according- to Webster, that
the Qeneral Government waa the Government of the vhni
penpin, ioraea oy inuiriuual. US referred to the ex
tract read by Mr. Beplamln. from an aririr.. h jnh.
On Inn. Ail.ma. anrt ..I.I lh. U... kJ ...
I out tne first part, whore he aaid nulllucatioa wasenldea
I auiura tor argument aud too od ous for dlacusilon.
and the right of a State to secede ! niiiiDh.nni
Air. Baker ar&ued that them au hut ... ....:
and that waa the people. He midallthenrguments based
wu q uveraiiniv oi a nc-tifl are ti ir mia. Hmiti,
olina was not a forerclgn State, and all argument made
with eapeolal roferenoe to Kuronean aorereiirntiei wn
notexactlyapplloable here,
pergonal liberty lawi, If they hindered th operation of
uo iuhiiivu lair, ouuiil lo oe leiien nn. i.innni.. . n .
uiua an iwi wneinei revenue or lunmve alive law l.
After lurther arffument. he vlalilri tn . A ..i
Journ. In tlie oourae at hla remark! a meamire from the
President waa receired.
sir. Davii of !!., offered reiolutlona authoriilng the
I Preildent, on application of any Butte, either through Ui
r""':' ?. . .. 'eaerai gam-
TriC
niio the right of any Suite to keep troops andihipa of
to give inlormaUon to all parties concerned by pro-
Laldootlie labia and ordered tobeprlntcd. Adjourn
d.
HOUSE.
Mr. Colbourne, of Me. choen In nlmia nf
ttaih-
burne, appeared and wai qualified.
Mr. Btratton nreaented a mnmn,l.l in, nui....
T I . ' WHMLI VI
menti to the Oonetltution to theieveral State., in
aing uongren to recommend amend-
oiuiepreaent political conaitlon or the connlrv. He
mo iviorruu hi a eeicos committee of five.
Mr. Wanhburne, of Illlnoie, nld e have already irot
a committee. "
Mr. Btevena moved lo lay the memorial on the table
Mr. Mavnard oalled for the earn tnA n.v.
Mr. VVaihburne withdrew hU motion, that the memo-
''' mlwht ,0 ibt committee of Thirty-Throe,
which iu ordered
Mr. Jno. Cochrane lneffectuallv sought
nuuuu iu lueiruet ina oommillee to rennr nlflMu..
on tbe subject.
Mr. Adraln presented resolutions on (lie national
question, at adopted by tba Convention lately held at
A.cubvu, ,oiujr. oiuiiiariy rsierreu.
Mr. Clark, of Mo., wished to know whether tho com -
mines were naeiy io report at an early day, or at all.
It is important lhal this should be known.
To this Question there waa no ninonu. .r, ....... i
aciiiicuiau uaiivu -nr. uian 10 oruer.
The House then passed the Indian
Appropriation
Dill.
" wwa up uiq roBumiiou ouflreu DV Air. DAT If.
Of iDdiins. on Men da v. InatriirUnn t).A fymmtt '
' ThA TTAi,aH,.L. ... It,. . .. -
JudHnry to inquire Into and report to this Ilouw, at
on the Drt of Cani?reii. on rnvnnnr of n.. m2.i 1
.lit fin ..aitmo.l hm Ann lh O ' "
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. a eV ,, re,olutll"" Kr. Hoiman hat
'u hum luuaatiii iu uia CUJOymeDt OK KlO
navy lor the protection of the nubile nrnnrt ..i ..
collection of the revenues.
Mr. vallandigbam and Mr. Sherman aeverally con
tended that Mr. Davis had no right to withdr.tr i,,a .
olutloa.
The Speaker decided that Mr. Datis hail such right.
Mr. Sherman claimed the nririleire to offer Sir. n.i'
resolution aa above.
(jei ohn Oochrane ,ai ,ucb lction flaialy out f or-
The Speaker decided againatMr. Sherman, quoting the
rules wmcn HQveineu nun,
m. Bh.rraan suneaic.i from the dcci.i nn.Mttn, II...
Jn.fr. th. .Ai.nl.B K.I lh. .k..l I 1.. '-''""'""
",j riolrlon' u.epro
Mr. Adraln moved to lay the appeal on tho taMe. r
marking that they could havo. a rote on It at a future
urns.
Mr. Adrhn't motion was disagreed to.
Mr. Moore, of Ky., moved the House -adjourn.
Mr. Anderson, of Mo,, aaid it seemed lo him that n.
tion on this subject was calculated to Irritate the puMlo
mind, and to hasten Impending events. lie therefore
moved that the House reanlre itself Into a committe of
the whole on the state of the Unioa.
Mr. Sherman said If the resolution should be alinve.i
to come to a vote, he would move to ruler it to
committee of flva.
Mr. Houston suggested that Mr. Sherman Intrmturn
ucrviai gvsa s-iaa li laati. vicu CI'jVClIUDB
the resolution In Monday, should he oblaia the floor,
wltheut mskinfl troubles here now.
Mr. Sherman replied that he desired to send the reso
lution to a select committee of five, with such Instruction.
as won Id not probibly excile discnislon. Tbe committee
of thirty-three is too large to consider the proposition.
A moi on hi aujonrn was negative UI against 100.
Mr. Howard, of Mich., was unwllllns to vote on the
resolution, aa It contained abstract propositions. He de
sired the whole subject to be referred to a select commit
tee or flre, wun lostruotkme, which wwr mil infor
mation. Such oommlttce are required to Inquire and
report whteher any executive officer has been or now la
treating or holding communication with any person or
persons concerning the forte, or other public properly nt
ChoriMton. or whether any demand baa been made for
their surrender If so, by whom, and what answer haa
beed given; what orders bale been given to ahips of war;
whether custom house, post othce, or arsenal at Charles
ton or other pubito buuainga hare been aeiaed by any
Dsrson; aud If so, to obtain particulars: whether anv rev
enue cutter baa been aeiaed, and whether any efforts have
been made by the bead of the Treasury to recapture the
same; and that the committee hare power to send for
persons and papers and take testimony and report from
time to time such facts as may be mils rial to the national
welfare.
Mr, Sherman said lu oaaa the anneal should be sus
tained be would not preas a vote, but was willing such a
reference should be made without one
Mr Houston said aa for bimstlf. he could make no
compromise.
Tbe question waa tagen on Nr. mil's motion to re
ronsider the vote by which the Uouso refused to lay Mr.
enermau s appeal irom me aecision or tno unairon tne
able, and it was decided in tbe atlirmatlre by three ma
jority.
Hit.. ...ullnn ll.a.af.w. .... -J . l.-t- At- flV..
,ui i,nwu iii,it,vt,i,buiicu,ui lajriug r cuar
man's appeal on tbe table. The House again refused to
table Mr. enerman s appeal by tiro majority.
A motion to aajourn waa atsagreea to ry two majority.
Mr, Maynard moved that when the House aiMotirn to
morrow, it be till Monday,
Mr- Barksdaie moved a call of tbe Uouce.
Both motions were negatived. - y
Other dilatory motions were mode to avoid a 'vote On
the question, Shall the deolsion of the Bpeaker stand at
the judgment of the House? be having ruled Mr. l-hcr-mau's
resolution out of order.
Mr. Uowa.d, of Michigan, proposed as a comoromlfe.
that the House agree to take a vote on the whole subject
at one o'clock to-morrow.
The opposite side refused to asree to this. If I be de
cision of the chair waa over ruled, then tbe question will
come upon the reference of tbe resolution. ,
It was agreed that the Question be taken at on o'clock
to-morrow ca the question of appeal, and ttc House ad
journed ' .,'..,. ", , -4, , ,. i
Washington Despatches to the New York Press.
New York, Jan. 2. A Washington dispatch
to tbe rimes says tbat a high authority announ
ces that the policy of the Administration tow
ard tbe secessionists Is entirely changed. Hence
forth, it will bo conciliatory, but firm in the
execution oi the lows. ... . ' : V '
The sloop of war Brooklyn And another vessel
Norfolk, were yesterday ordered to bo in
readiness for immediate dparture for Charleston.
Capt. Cbas. btone bas been, on recommenda
tion of Gen. Sootc, appointed Inspector General
of Militia In the Diatiict of Columbia. He is
to organize the militia of the District to repel
Invasions, suppress insurrection aud preserve
public property, ...........
me rumor gams credence that the important
southern posts win tie immediately re-tnlorced
with troops. ? . r- a ... , v. .-
A salute or I'm cons was bred to-mebt In
honor of Major Andsrson.
A Washington special fespatcb to the fan.
says: .'A Collector for the port of Charleston will
be nominated to-day, to supercede Callouks
An explosion is expected iu the Senate : a proa
lamtion and not a special messago is expected
from the President. :.. .
Msjor Anderson informs the Government tbat
reinforcements are not needed at Fort Suropter.
A special aispaton to tbe Vommeraal Advers
er says that there is , much better ieeliDg in
VT BBUIUK1AJU.
It is understood that secretary of War Holt
and Attorney General Stanton are at liberty to
tace wnat measures tnev may oeem necessary
tor tne puDiio gooo. Ana tney are taking
measuees to maintain the honor of our flag and
to protect the publie property. '
t Tno armory. Infantry barracks and several
tores were burnt this morning.
The rumor tbat an attempt had been made to
assassinate Senator Wade was unfounded.
The maiortiv of tho committee of Thirty-
Three have agreed upon, and will report a plan
of adjustment, -i- i . i i' . - . . .-.. . r
. . There is a very current rumor that a raid from
the South upon tho city of , Washington Is in
contemplation at an early day.
Teentom." N.' J J Jan.' 2. Yesterday noon
twenty-one guns' were fired iri honor of Major
Anaerson, lor tbe noble stand taken by him.
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-1 PmlADttvrf a. Jan. 9 ."-Three salutes of th'lriv
three guns enh will tte fired In diQerect sec
tions of the city trday ip honor of Msjor An
derapoe' f a .tB ,j niv.nn
ARRIVAL OF THE AUSTRALIAN.
New York, Jan. 3. The Steamship Austra
lia arrived this morning, and brings English ad
vioca via Qneenstown, of 23d alt.
Cotton at Liverpool, firm and steady ; about'
ruuu naies.
DaiADtTurn closed firm, with an upward ten'
dency.
Corn shade dearer, mixed aud yellow 390,
Provisions unohanged. ,
At London on Saturday evening console) clos
ed 'J2(S92, on account, extra dividend.
The steamer Arsgo arrived at Southampton
on rrmay evening.
The Australian brings nearly a million In
specie. 1 ' ' :
Paris, Saturday. A diupatcb from Baron
GrooSi to the Emperor Napoleon, was received,
confirming the announcement ot peace wua
China, the ultimatum of Shanghai being accept
ed , and ratification exchaneed. France re
ceives G0,000,000f indemnity j 4,000 ,000f being
paid down.
The emigration ot Uoolies is permitted.
The churches, cemeteries, &c, formerly be
longing to Christians throughout the Empire,
are to be restored to tuern. Ttdcum was sung
in the Cathedral at Pekin, on occasion of the
restoration of the Croes to tho summit of that
edifice.
It appears from a letter from General De
Moiitauban to iheFreuch minister of war. that
the Emperor's pilaco was not sacked by tbe
X'rencb army, as previously reported. On the
outrarv, nothing was toaonea until tne arrival
of the English, when tho equitable division of
tne spoils was made, nnder commissioners from
both armies.
Political- fermentation coutinues iu Hun
carv.
Count Telcki the Hungarian refugee bad
been arrested in JJreadern, wltbalaise passport,
and delivered up to Austria.
Tin Paris AZootfrur says that a portion of
tbe French arriving at Pekin, are to be de
patched to Coohln China, for tbe purpose of
Hacking the city or tine, tne emperors capital
and residence. . .
Lord Ddlboutiie died in London on tho 19th
ult.
A terrible expio&ion occurred at tlalton on
the SOth. Twenty miners were killed.
There bad been seveu bnow storms in various
parts ot England, blocking the railroads at
North Umberland. Snow was preceeded by a
violont thunder storm. Tno same pbenomenan
occurred at Isle of Wight. At tbe latter place
the lightning did much damage. The Tower of
Kenwin Lburcu being demolished, and a woman
atruck dead in the street.
In consequence of christman holiday, the
dcpirturo of tbe Glasgow from Liverpool, and
tho Bremen, from Southampton, had been post
poned till Thursday, the 7gtb
London Monet Market The funds on the
21st were dull, and Consols further declined K
per cent, closing at 92 for account extra div
idend. The market was generally under the in
fluence of tbe approaching holidays. Bullion
in the bank declined 110,000. The demand
for money in tbe discount market had become
extremely heavy, owing to the three days sus
pension of business and the necessity for pro
viding lor bills falling due in that period. No
business was done generally below tbe bank
rate and the applications at the bank were
quite numerous.
LivERrooL, rridav. Kicnardsoo, Snence &
Co- report: Market firm and advancing. Flour
on Friday was firm at the full rates of Tuesday,
and in some oases 6d doarer; quotations 29
32, Wheat again l2i per cental dearer, with
fair consumptive sale; really fine is scarce, and
choice wonld bring 61 over quotation: red ranees
from lis 4d to 13a.
Corn continues in actiro demand at an im
provement fully Is per quarter; mixed and yel
lowed 38sUd(g36, 9d; white 39d0. per 490
lbs.
Bcfp in moat limited demnnd and prices ir-
egnlar.
foRK quiet and unsettled.
Bacon flow ot sale and nominal, the arri
vals of new tnd poor in quality at 23a per
cwi. nearer.
Lard with few arrivals, is dull and lower.
being ottered at as without buyers.
From the Charleston Convention.
Charleston, Jan. 2. Tho President of the
Convention announced tbo result of the ballot
ing for commissioners to certain States.
Tbe Convention then went into secret sea
sion, to ballot for commissioners for Georgia
and Texas,
Tbe Columbia artillery, numbering 50 men.
arrived here at one o'clock to day, and proceed
ed to tho harbor. Tbey will use cannon be
longing to Charleston. -
TWO thousand pouude of fowder tare been
ordered to ons of tbe forta.
Tbe Convention, bad adopted as announced.
tbe report recommending that proper measures
be adopted to insure the forming ot a Southern
confederation, by tbe appointment of commis
sioners to slave holdiog States, asking them to
call conventions to consider their future political
rclatiana.
This step arises by no meaas from presump
tuous arrogance, but an advance in position of
circumstances, givipg to South Carolina in the
line of precedence, for tbe great designs of
maintaining right, security and the vory exis
tence of the slave holding South.
Tbe instrument called the Constitution of
tbe United States, is suggested as a suitable and
proper basis to be offered for a provisional gov
ernment. Tbe following are the principal considerations
which induce tbe Convention to give that tbe
preference: ' That the said instrument was the
work of minds of the first order, in strength
and accompliehment: that it was most carefully
constructed, by comprehensive views, and care
ful examination ot details; that experience has
proved it to be a good form of government, lor
those sufficiently virtuous, intelligent and patri
otic, to cause it to be fairly and honestly con
strued and impartially carried out; tbat it is the
settled opinion of th is Stato, that this has nev
er been an adverse plan of government lor the
confederated States, on account of anything in
its structure, out uiwauiso'ion atcr'.DUtaoie to
false glosses.
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Michigan Legislature—Governor's Message.
Detboit, Mich , Jan. 2. The Micbiean Leir
Islature met at Lansing, yesterday, and organi
sed, b7 electing Dexter Mupscf, of Macomb,
Speaker.
The retiring Governor delivered bls?annual
message to both Houses. State affairs are rep
resented in a prosperous condition. He takes
etrong ground against the right of secession;
cnargea tne rresiacnt oi tbe United States wltb
misrepresenting tbe principles of the Republi
can party ana attributes tne present sectional
excitement to tbe misrepresentations of North
ern Democratic Presidents. . . , ::
Aa to tho intentions and designs of that par
ty, in relation to the Personal Liberty laws of
Hits eiate, no says it tney are unconstitutional
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and in conflict with tbe fugitive slave law, they
should be repeated, but says these are riehtand
speak the sentiments of tbe people, and are in
strict accoidance with tbo Constitution, and
ought not to bo repealed. Lot them stand; this
Is no time for timid and vascilating councils,
while tbe cry of treason is rlneinn in our ears.
The message of the incoming Governor will
oe uciivercu to-aay.
Massachusetts Legislature.
Boston, Jan.. 2. Mr. Claflin made a short
address In accepting tbe othce of President of
tbe benste, in which be saidt While wo meet
uuder circumstances auspicious In our own State,
a aeep agitation pervades other parts of our
country, causing every true patriot to feel the
greatest anxiety. Disunion is attempted In some
States, because, as Is alleged, laws bave been
passed by others, contrary to the Constitution of
the United States. Massachusetts ia accused of
unfaithfulness in this matter, in some of ber
enaotmcnts, although she has always been ready
to submit to judicial decision, and Is so still.
She has ever guarded jealously the liberty of
ner citizens, ana, i trust, ever will, we cannot
falter now, without disgrace or dishonor. What
ever action we may take, let ns be oareful of
too rights ot otbers, but lathfnl to our trusts
that we may return them to onf constituents
nn1mniitN.fi " .
speaker rhelos. in bis remarks to the Honae,
Ottered substantial! the same sentiments. '
Gov. Andrew's message will not probably be
uciivereu ociure Saturday. . .. . . ...
Missouri Legislature.
' Jefkeson City, Jan. 2. The Demoomev lu
caucus last night fused, and to-day tho Honse
organized Dy electing tne entire ticket. John
MoAfee, of Shelby county, Breokinridge man,
elected speaker, and Toot. H. Murray, of Ben
ton county,' Douglas, chief clerk ' h, '
New York Legislature — Governor's Message.
: Alsan't, January 3. The Legislature ineot
at 11 e'clook this morning. 1 t, ''
-The Governor, in bis message, In relation to
national affairs says, In bia opinion secession is
disunion, and disunion, so soon as it snail take
form and proportion Is treason, which it will be
tbe duty of the general Government to arrest
and punish. To permit or acquiesce in treason
able conspiracy against tbe National author!
ties, Is to confess that our Government is an
absolute failure, . The people of New York are
not prepared for such an admission, and in the
enforcement of tbe laws will give their earnest,
faithful and constant support. New York does
not ask, uor. does she desire, the restoration of
tbe Missouri Compromise line. After full and
free dismission, her peopiehave declared against
toe extension ot slavery into any or tbe Terri
tories and this they regard as a disposition of
tbat question, till revoked by tbe same authori
ty. : Ever ready, nevertheless, as she has prov
ed herself to be heretofore, jNew l orn will, in
all honorable ways, endeavor to reconcile the
estrangements now existing in the country.
The action of a magnanamons and loyal Stato
snoutd be patient, calm, conciliatory, aud fra
ternal, without ' the surrender of important
rights, or the sacrifice of vital principle.
. Governor Morgan recommends the repeal of
the so called Personal Liberty Law, although
it Is entirely inoperative, and without any dis
position to interfere, and be respectfully iuvites
all States, that have laws or this character,
conflicting with the federal Constitution, tore
peal them. He thinks it would be well for the
Legislature of New York State, to give solemn
assurances to the Southern States, that all their
rights under tbo Constitution, and the laws, are
recognized, snd will on the part ot the peopled
this State, be respected and maintained invio
lable.
From Washington.
. Washington, Jan. 2. The Poht-Odice De
partment caucelled its contract with the Isabel
line for the conveyance of the mails from
Charleston to Key West.
Many persons found it impossible to obtain
admittance to tbe Senate galleries to dav. tbev
oeing crowded as early as iu o'clock this morn
tag-
In addition to tbe oratorical attraction. It was
thought the President wouid transmit tbe con
temnlated message relative to affairs in South
Carolina. I bis, however, has been necessarily
delayed, owing to oertain pending questions.
instead ot tbe message, however, tbe President
sent in an important nomination for Collector in
the neighborhood of Charleston harbor.
1 be name is believed to be Wm. Mclntvre.
of Pennsylvania, although others say be is in
JNew-xork. I he Kepubiican senators desired
to go into executive session on tbe subject, but
this was resisted by the other side, snd sn ad
journment was carried by tbe Democrats pres
ent, with tbe exception of Senators Bigler,
Latham, and Powell. It is not certain, accord
ing to present appearances, that Mr. Mcintyre
win be conformed, ine nomination is consid
ered in the highest degree important, and as
foreshadowing the future operations of the ad
ministration. Private accounts from Charleston state that
1000 negroes are encaged in the erection of
fortifications in the harbor, and tbat tbe chan
nels leading to Fort Sumtor have been obstruct
ed by sunken vessels, and tbe buoys removed:
also that Gov. Pickens has received the offer of
10,000 volunteers from without tbo State.
who hold themselves in readiness.
It Is not true as has been reported tbr Sena
tor Seward, of New York, intends either to sub
mit a proposition relative to the present crisis
or to make a speech on tbesubject.
Pennsylvania Legislature—Mr. Cameron, &c.
IIarribburo, Jan 2. In the Senate to-dav.
Mr. Smith's Union resolntions were reported.
by a majority of the Select Committee.
The Committee declining its dissent from
many poiuts contained therein.
A debate ensued on a motion lo postpone for
tne present.
Tbe matter wag finally laid over till to mor
row. .
Despatches havo been received from Repub
lican members of Congress, by Republican
members of the Legislature, asking for post
ponement for tbe present, of all propositions
ooting to appropriations for arming tbe mili
tary.
Air. Cameron went tbrouch town to dav. on
his way from Springfield to Washinton City.
He has certainly been appointed Secretary of
tbe Treasury by Mr. Lincoln, and bas been ao
orpted.
Arrival of the "Northern Light."
York, Jan 3. The steamship Northern
Light, from Aspinwsll Dec 2"?tb, briors nearly
-in i i i J
uiuiiuu nuu v uuu m specie.
The revolution was progressing in Carthage-
. The oity of Santa Martha was captured
on the 5th of December, by tbe revolutiooiats.
I be uovernment troops were escamnc to As-
pinwail, on board several Government vessels
and scboooers.
The revolutionists committed treat excess at
Santa Martha, but were prevented from plun
dering the Custom House, by tbo intervention
the British fiigate Tagus.
The Canada Fugitive
HAMILTON, CANADA, Jan 3.
A laige meeting was held last evenios In re
lation to the Fugitive Slave ease of Anderson.
Speeches were made justifying his escapo, and
resolutions were adopted to use every exertion
prevent his rendition.
THE MARKETS.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN]
NEW YORK, Jan. 3.
FLOUB recelpts3,530 bbls: market 5o htirwi(h .d.
erate demand for export and home trade consumption:
talea 120(10 bbls at 15,30315.40. for super Stare; (5,353
o.vu rorexira siaie; so.jusaw ror superfine weste-n;
t5,55a;S for common to medium extra western; $5,60
lur lunmur ui guou anippina; oranua extra Konnd
HoopCulo. Canada flour scarce and firmer; sales 00
bbls at t5,707,SO. '
RYE S LOUR steady at S)3.23."a!4.18 for
choice snperfine. -
W iiK at market laiic higher with moderate evporis
demand; sales at 60.OUO bush, at 111831,23 for Chieatro
aprlne;; $1,2 1,80 for Mllwankle Club and ambre Wis
consln; 1.30 for Cadanlan Club; $1,J71SH for Win
ter red Western; l,47iSl.aO for white Western and
Canadian. . . .
RYE quiet at ToQiSUo . ' v, j
BARLBY quiet and unchanged.
CORN receipts of 8,650 bush: market nnlla e.m .nv.
fair export demand; sales of 60,000 bush at l'i;
Ullxeu vreaiern in smre ana aenvered. ,
OATS lower, with sales atSCa37U': went. n.,.
diaoand state. . ....
VORK quiet and flrm; sales or 103 bbls at 110 37
for Moss and 112 50 for prime. (
veKrauu ana unchanged. ,
CUT MEATS dull and heavy. , .
LARD firm; sales of S50 bbls at H'j I0. . i '
HOTTER In fair request at 14o for state. ' '
CHEE"Esteadyat(Oi.
WHISKY-flrm; aales of 650 bbls at I)(S90. -
STOCKS lower moderate business: tnAnaisi rnnrinnaa
easv on call 4(95 per. ct. : abort flnt claai nsinAV let nnna
at 103113; Bouthern Exchange steady with limited aales
ai HMiviin ror oesi nroxers mils; u. at R, I, 5W: O.
9l i, vi. N. i, 7Y;aJ aine assented 39K;Har. 15V do.
DCIs m. HUM! AS7IID , Hie jal, Hi; U SK tUe QOji'.Lm
n urln .01' KrUinu VtnA dftiy M c-.. n n i V
v -a- i - - - 1 ' H "ill. at V D, Ut
fifi; Pae.Ma!l87X; Lae. Grants l5V;Ud.o's?3VTensi.
70; Ta,;7;Cal.rs87.
Cleveland Market.
CLEVELAND, Jan .2.
FLOUR sales of 100 bbls choice ted double m .t
$5,25 ... ..
WHEAT-saes of lcar red at ai,00, ina j car white
delivered on 0. fc T track atil.lO.
CORN-. sale of l ear new at Sfic.
,OATd quiet at S5o. '.:" 1 ' i ' 3 i
BOGB steadv, with sale of 78 head at as. fiiaj; A i.
Tldlnt on 190 fcs, tnd IB do at 5,75. - '
LAKD sales of a kegs old at vc. tnd 1300 liu. .t
,o.
jsuue sale ot x bin at loo. f , ,
HIGHWINKS-alesof 40bblsat 15Jo. v -
FRUITS dried apple ar Inactive at 3t'r- t..k..
are qnlt at lS(Si:o. .. ...
SEEDS clover Is quotable at $1,50. ' Tiatotbv is lh-'
active at 2,a5. " 17 ",0-
Cincinnati Hog Market.
. Iloos'-were maintained with a aood deal of en.pirv An.
ring th morning, at near th outside mum f .... i
quotaUons 5,900; but later in th day buyers stood off,
"",""" "ur ,o nil, resulting in eon-
eesslons whlsh reduced the working figure to about 5.
75 again. , . , , , ,,;
Th receipts a shown In our table of Imnart a .h,n in
olode those which were left at Brighton during tho week,
Com. Jan. 3.
PARIS CLOAKS AND PALETOTS.
Mad In th most slyllsh and (legant, manner. .
new invnlc Just opened by - PETER BAIN, -
dre.ll. " No. W South High tretr
JX ii Bbl. Botln, No. 1 light, for onmker' use
In store, for sale by
McKEi fc RE8TIEAUX.
v ; 34 North High street
1"
it r, ki.i Jail ij
NEWARK MACHINE' WORKS,
NUWABK OHIO,
M?nufactiircra of all kinds of for
'" "ia Biutionarr Nteaiu En
ffine, Maw iriiliis, uriat Milla,
ODLEYBtatml IT. L F. ELAKD YEeattnt
J. J. JI. DUYALL Etatenlt! COLVXBUS
MACniXB CO. BeaUntlll BRADFORD
& CO. Beaten! till
Our Portable Eogine and Saw Mill
Was awarded the first premium of 850 at the Indiana
Slate Fair for lc60 r.vui Lano ec Bodley's on account of
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior charaoter of lumber sawed.
Our StationarvEnirina ... .w.i.j .. .t, '
., . - r . ... jiu.M ci . me sumo rair
the first premium of WW. -
uur Portable Knrrina w. t ,K. ... .
ftlftn .i h. l... . .. ' - -"v " 1 " premium fji
' ii" . . ' """"pus, Aonn., over Biacdy's 1)Q
vail a. Columbus Machine Co's., and Bradford . Co's.
by a committee of practical Railroad Engineer.
,.. ja. , , W1L,""D WAKNER, Treasurer,
decJ-dfcwlieols. Newark, Ohio.
Fire Insurance!
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
Fire & Life Insurance Co.
37 Castle street. Liverpool. 20and31 Poultry, London.
umce, ou wan and 01 Fine streets, New York.
THOMAS M00DIE, Agent, Columbns, Ohio.
Paid up Capital, Nnrplna
" BUU. Wi.llfHI.f.NA
Inve.tert inthi. Conntrr oveV-wlwo
"" n"i over 260y,ooo
ITPThe Bharehotdera
kflmeoti of tbe Oomptny . A 11 Dircctorp moit be riha re
no id en.
Directors and Shareholders in New York :
James Drown, Esq., Chairman. Franctt Cottenet, Esq
. M. Archlbald.H. B. M. C.l KKS SS.1? ft.
Joseph Oalllard. Jr.,Esq. U. Orinnell, Kt'o.
Alexander Hamilton. Jr., E.q. . P. Sanderson En.
Aux., IlAHiLTOit, Jr., Esq.,
Counsel of the Iloaid.
Airrtitn Pn.L, Esq , Resident Beoretary.
Local Board In Cincinnati;
N. TV. Thomas Esu. J. D.Jones. Em. Rnri.Kir v.
Thompson Neave, Esq. Rob't Buchanau, Esq.
The undersigned. Aeent In thl. rlt. -in i. k.. ..
receive applications for Insurance in the above Company,
AT TUB CITT BANE.
He can recommend it with entire ennfidnnni n .n ,tn.i..
ous of obtaining protection against LOSS BY flllF..
No CUnrje for Policdes.
"ovl8-tf TnoS. MOODIE.
BORTLE & SHEDD,
JNo. U73 South High Street,
' DEALERS IN'.'
T?INK FAMILY GKOCEBIEX. FOR.
A? ein and Domestic Fruits, choice Family Flour,
Teas, fccarenowln receintof their entire Btock pur
chased within the put two weeka lo New York at Panic
mm,
We merely wish to say that we have avervthlni, n.n.l.
ty kept in first clan Grocery, and are determined to
i-u our uooos at prices that will defy competition.
lLpCoods Delivered to any part oi
tbe city free of Charge. r
decl7-dcodlin . .' '
WHITE WHEAT FAMILY FLOUR,
'Oolden Age Brand." For sale only by BOUT LE
fc SriEDD, No. 73 South High street. dec71-deoJlm
OTEWAHTil DOUBLE EXTRA GOI,
O en Syrup, from drippings of Loaf Sugar at UOHTLE
fcSHEDD'B.
llivniiM j , . j.
decl7-deodlm
ri ENII1NE IIOIXSN It HKHKINO, AT
v-a Burnt,; s buhjuu f, k.j poutn High street.
decl7devdlui ,
CHOICE RAISINH, PRUNES, Cl'R
ra-jts and Figs, cheap, at UOltTI K St BH KDD'S New
Grocery. decl7deodlm
FIRE CRACKERS 100 BOXES JUST
recelvedby BOKl'LE St SUEDD, S73 South High
street. declB-deodlm
CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK TEAS,
very cheap, at BORTLE fc 811 HDD'S.
dc!7-deodlm
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS FOR
eledicalnurnoses. Scotch Ale and l.cndnn fritter. &t
BOP.TLa! SUKDD'S. decl7-dcodlm
FOR REFINED SUGAR. 13 LBS. FOR
81, and and all the standard Refined Sueara. cheaner
than the cheapest, go to BOitTLg t BUJCDD's STi South
uign street . decl7-deodlm
HOLIDAYS.
FANCIES,
Buih arll.-les as yon desire for your HUSBAND
Such aa you need for your WIFE.
Such a are proper for your DAUGHTER.
Such as your SISTER will praise you for.
Such as your BROTHER can .
Such as you wanl for " TH1 ONF. YOTJ LOVE BEST.'
Such i will be good for th " BLI83ID BAB?."
Such as all leek for.
May be found in variety, in my new touk of
WATCHES, CHAINS, JEWELRY,
. PLATED GOODS - .
And general aortmnt of
Fancy and TJssful Articles.
WM. BLYNN,
No. tO Buckeye Block.
December, I860.
TO PURCHASE A GOOD DEIWO,
CHATIC Printing OOioe. Address.
L. QLKS8NER,
decCt-deod9w-. Delaware, Ohio.
Holiday Presents.
CA I.ICOS, IleLAINFS. ltlKRIftON,
CHINTZES, DRESS SILUS, and all
kinds of fasbionablo
"Winter 3Drvf9 Goods. -we
are now offering at very low price.
- PITER BAIN, -
decil. No. 89Souih High street.
8ave Your Money.
I AM. NOW RECEIVING SUBSCHIP
tlout for all the Magatine and Literary paper In
th eountry and out of It: amon the former, the nnn..
hill, Tempi Bar, the Atlantic, Harper, Godey. Peterson,
wHwwiuwkci, micelle, niKiwwxi, tue nrttian quarter
lie, Ac, fcc. Subscribers can get them EARLIER.
UHEAl'tH tnd free of Postato, by sending their Bnb-
cnpiiousinrougu me. nitUARU KMNNEDk,
17 State street.
CARR SODA
Sal Soda, t . . ,
' Saleratu, Cream Tarter, "
Alum, Madder; '
' , Extract Logwood, '
''' Saltpetre, fcc, fcc."
For aale by MO'KEE fc RR8TIKATTX. "
oet9
81, Statesman Building.
Fancy riiHst, : :
FANCY FURS, V
FANCY FURS. " ' " ' :
Heat mini, Dion uartin. r trh. French r.i.i.
Mink Victories, Muffs and Cuff from th lowest to
the tlneai grades: also Misses set of Fur. Genu fur
Glove and Muffler. Th finest assortment In the eliv
anil at ward Inar nvtisaa nnainn
o- , . . No. g South High sUeet.
HOLLIDAY PRESENTS.
T7IVENINO DRESS GOODS, ELEGANT
jLLi uoia Gmoossra Tarutan. the latent nnvit. wi.in
Whit and Colored Tarlatan; Whtt Paris Muslin Grea-
auine svening nones; r win party Blllts. . - .. .. -
' ' - ' rETER BAIN. '.
" dc81 i , - . , ' So. 80 Booth High street
;- r Watclaea and Jewelry1;
A FINE AMNOHTltTENT OF WATCH
, Clock, Jewelry, Silverware, fcc, kept conatayt
yoauanutt
ICT Wtch and Jewelry repaired.' '
AWUe liu. nnnLn iitrn sarrsaitp. iiAlsnl.A
0.
dectdSm.
GENTLEMIiN'S NECK VI1SAV
, GENTLEMEN'S NECK f(Rg .I'IF'ti
, , ' - . OBNTLEMBN'a NBriA TTKB (
Th Ssoat demrable uvortment In th d ry and itnmmK
ly sow price, v - - ' PETER BAIN;'"
novSM. i"!r t sl Ifo. DonUiHlghtret.
Strengthening Cordial and Blood
i PURIFIER.
Tbe Greatest Bemedr In Tlio World,
.AND Till ,
I- host Dixiaotra
- AND
DEIIGHTFXJL
f. V UUIUIlAb
EVER TAKEN.'
IT IS STRICT,
ly a KientlBo and
Vegetable Compound,
procured by the distil
latlOD of Roots. Herbs
and Barks, Vellow
Dock, Blood Root,
Harsaparilla, Wild
O berry Bark and Dan-.
dellon enters Into ita
Re fore Taking" seine' remediei Iter Taking.
principle of each Ingredient la thoroughly extracted by
toy new method of distilling, producing a dallcions, ei
hilerating spirit, and the moat INKALLIBI.K remedy lor
renovating the diseased system, and restoring 'he sick,
enfTerlng and debilitated INVALID to HEALTH and
BTRK.NGTH.
m;liKANS HTHENOTHRNIfIC JOU
DIAL
- Win effectually ears '
LITIS COMPLAINT. DrgPP8IA, JAUNDIC
Chronic or Nervous Debility, Dlseaaes of the Kidneys
and all diseases arising from a disordered Liver or Btom
acn, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Iawa'd Piles, Aoiditv or Sick
I.cis of the Stomach, tullut-ss of Blood to tbe Head, ball
pain or swtmmingin tbe head. Palliation of the Heart,
m uuneua wr n cigns in ine Diomaca, sonr &ructauone
Cnukiug or sulfucating feslipg when lying down, brvnesa
orTeilowneasuf the Skin and Eyca. Night SweauMo
ward Vevera, Pain in the small of th hack, cheet or eld.
Sudden Plushes of Heat, Depression of Spirit, Frightful
Dream, Languor, Despondency or any Nervous Disease,
Sores or Blotches on the Bkin, and Fever and Ague (or
Cliilltand Fever.)
Ore a million of tiettlea
Have been sold during the last six montAs, and In no In
stance baa It failed in giving entire aatisiaclion. Who,
then, will suiter from Weakness or Debility when Mo
LKAN'B BTHKNUT11ENINQ CORDIAL Will ear yout
No language can convey an adequate idea of the imme
diate and almost miraculous change produced by taking
this Cordial In the diseased, debilitated and shattered
nervous system, whether broken down by excess, weak by
nature, or unpaired by sickness, tbe relaxed and unatrung
organisation is restored to Its pristine health and vigor.
ITIAKKIED PEHSONS, 1 '
Or others conscious of Inability, from whatever causa,
will find McLeans Strengthening Cordial thorough
regenerator of the system; and all who may have Injured
tnemseivee py improper induieenre. wiliund In tbe Cop.
uiai a certain ana speeay remedy. i
To tbe Ladies.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
- - Is a sovereign and speedy cure for
INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, WHITES
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, incontinence of
Urine or Involuntary Discharge thereof, Falling of th
Womb, Giddiness, Fainting and all Diseases incident to
Females. . ,
There is no Mistake About it.
Suffer no longer. Take It according to Directions. It
will stimulate, strengthen and Invigorate you and cause
cue uioom ot neaitn to mount your cneeB again .
Every bottle Is warranted to give satisfaction.
FOR CHILDREN. .
If your children are slckl v. nunr. or afflicted. McLean's
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robust. Delay
not a moment, try It, and you will be convinced.
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
Oactiok. Beware of Druggists or Dealers who may
try to palm npon you some Bitter or Sartaparilla traab
which they can buy cheap, byaaytnf Itia justaa good.
Avoid such men. Ask for McLean' StrengtheningOor
dial, and take nothing else It I th only remedy that
will purify the blood thoroughly and at the same time
strengthen the system
One tablespoonful taken every morning fasting. Is a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chills and Fever, Vellow
Fever, or any prevalent diseases. It Is put up In larg
bottle.
Price only tl per)bttle, or 6 bottle for $5.
J.H. McLXAN,
Sole Proprietor of this Cordial,
Also McLean' Volcanle Oil Liniment,
Principal Depot m the oorner of Third and Pint stmts,
Bt. Louis. Mo. , .
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
Tao best Liniment la the World. Th only sale and
certain cure for Cancer, Pile, Swelling and Bron
chitis, or Goitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weakness of the
Muaclee, U'nronle or Inflammatory Rheumatism, BtitT
nesa of the joint, contracted Muscles or Ligament
Earache or Toothache, Bruises, Sprains, Wounds, Fresh
Out, Ulcer, Fever Sore, Caked Breast Sore Nipple,
uorns, Bcaua, sore moat, or any luuammauon or rain,
no dulerance how severe, or ho long the disease may
have existed. McLean's Celebrated Liniment Is a eer
tain remedy.
Thousands of human beings have been saved a life of
decrepitude and misery by the use of this invaluable med
eine. McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
LINIMENT
Will relieve pain akuost Instantaneously, and It wll
cleanse, purify and heal the foulest lore in au mured L
ly short time.
For Homos aud Other Animals.
McLean celebrated Liniment I the only safe and re
liable remedy for the cure of Spavin, Ring Bone, Wind
galls, Sptfota, Unnatnral Bumps, Nodes or Swelling. It
will never fail to cure Big Bead, Poll Evil, Fistula, Old
running Sore or Sweeny, If properly applied. For
Sprains, Bruise, Soratche, Bore or Wounds, Cracked
Heels, Chafes, Saddle or Collar Gall It I an Infallible
remedy. Apply tt as directed, aud a cur 1 certain Is
every Instance.
Then trifle no longer with th many worthless Lini
ment offered to yoa. Obtain a supply oi Dr. McLean's
celebrated Liniment. It will euro yon.
J. H. BIcLEAN, Sole Proprietor,
Oorner of Third and Pine Streets, Bt. Lout, Ko.
For sale by all druggist.
tut aale fay ROBERTS At SAMUEL,
ang-dfcwly - Columbus, Ohio.
Tifl , I S I r,ail n sV A 1
MRS. WINSLOW,
An experienced Nuts and Female Physician, presents
to in attention or mowers, ner
SOOT H IN G 'SYRUP,
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
hich greatly facilitate the process of teething, by soft-
enlng the gums, reducing all Inflammation will allay
ALL PAIN tnd sptsmodic action, and 1
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
Depand upon It, mothers, It will give rest to yonrtelve
and ' ..... , -.
BELIEF A5D HEALTH XO Y0TJB UFAim.
We have put up and sold this article for over ten yean.
and CAN BAY, IN CONFIDENCE AND TRUTH, of it,
what we have never been able to say of ny other medi
cine NEVER HAS IT FAILED, IN A SINGLE INST
ANCE, TO EFFECT A CURE, whan timely used. Nev
er did we know an instance of dmstUstaonon by any one
who used It. On th contrary, all are delighted with it
operations, and apeak hi term of commendation of it
magical enect ana medical virtue, w speaa in inia
matter "WHAT WE DO KNOW ;" after ten years' expe
rience. AND PLEDGE OUR REPUTATION FOR THE
FULILLMENT OF WHAT WE HERE DECLARE. In
almost every instance when the Infant 1 suffering from
paiuand exhaustion, relief will be found In fiftrenor
twenty minute titer inesyrup is tuministerea.
Th!. valuable nrenaratlnn Is Che tireserlntton of one Of
the most EXPERIENCED and SKILLFUL NURSES ia
ew England, and baa been ased with NEVER FAIL
ING SUCCESS in . .
; THOUSANDS OF CASES.
It not only relieve the chill from tain, but Invigor
ate tbe stomach and bowel, cornet acidity, and give
ton and energy to the whole system. - it will almost in
stantly reliev
GR:P:KO IN THEB0WK1S, AUD WIND COLIC
and overcome convulsions, which, If not speedily rem-
men, end in fleatn. we eenev u tne best ana blu
est REMEDY IN THE WORLD. In sll case ef DVB
ENTERY and DIARRHOEA IN CHILDREM, whether
It arise from teething, or from any other cause. v
would sa to verv mother who has a child suffering from
any of tbe foregoing complaint DO NOT LET YOUR
PREJUDICES NOR THE PREJUDICES OF OTHERS
land between vou and vour suffering child, and th re
lief tbat will be su as ye. ABBULuii,it suae w
follow the us of this medicine, If timely ueed.f loll di
rections for using will accompany each bottle. None
nuin unlets th rje-simlle of ui uns raaivinB
'ew York, 1 on th outside wrapper. '
Bold by ill Druggists throughout tM worm.
Prliclpal Office, 13 Cedar Street N.V.
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
oetC7-dfcwly. ' " - ' '
rnuit mssMnr BUCCESMFrEi PAIN CCSa
X EH known, Is eompoaed solely- of healing Oil,
Balsams and Oom. AetuM onservtuon too in rerun,
catee of respectable person warrant us In sU'ing post,
uvelrtnat ' . . i
Keeri'e Magrutif Cu ore jinnmatum; i , ,
Beed't MagiuW OH ourte Spinal AJTtiian; , , i
Betd't MagveM Oil ceres neuralgia; ..- - i
Heed' I Mivt Oil curet Weak Joeats,' t.--
Rted'l Mnetie Oil our Vleerated three;- .1
jlted-Mtgnttte Oil entree Jfervtmt Headache;
Seed MagneUa OU cure FYoeted Fettl "' vt
Jtetd't MaoneHe Oilomret Fek WomuUj it :
oted'i Maynetie Oil cure Owellinge; i
, Jteed'e Magnetic Oil eurre Pain in lh Buet;
Jieed't Afaanetia OU our ATereaei Alttriian:
Beed' MagtiaOUcutw aracA7i jbotAacA
For sale by SIMON JOHHBON. Datfooier; Pltiahurgh,
Pa., sole agent; sold alto hi B. A FAI1NEJTO0K s
CO., R. E. SELLERS St CO., and Druggist generally
at cia, per Don i. : . s rf i vzikw
HENHT kiebleb,
flAia e Hialon'a stabtlshBMBt, H. T-v) JaoprHter e
. tbe New York Faahlmabl Shaving,' Bair..CoUiQC
. ShampoonlooN Our Hag tnd . Dteaeww SaJooav stomal
Eaat State tttrMt, a.tr .tb.Fot iaaoa Siat aoor,
', . waer (atltfhenoa will b-lve -l all. lb varioa
i braoehea. 4die taA ChiUjesa't Bir Dressing dona
(n tbe best style. . jy1-41y
J B
" I ' j
jteaAiiJ -g
la
By1 State' Authority.
': i i j-- ? e ' 5 t ; -.j-'-'Zi
CHOICE HIST CLASS INSURANCE, BT THS
, i Mi, INSURANCE Ca
, OF HARTFORD, CONN. I
Incorporated 1819. Cbansr ParpetuaJ.
1 ' oasa OAriTAl
i V 01,000,000, .. i
i n sssrrs,
. 0Q,014Q.Q7,
end th prestige of 41 years' tuccees aed STBwrreDc,
' INVESTMENTS Of
$100,000 in Ohio Securities.
AIILmki cquitally adjuthd and frempily faid.
Th laraeat lose ever .u.t.lr, k. ... r.
Company at one are In Ohio, wu trm ,1,. JKtn. mi nttllll-
eotbe, In April, lf52, tnd amounted U BIH.9S1.07.
moatly paid prior to 30 day after th flr.
Losses paid in Cincinnati luring th put six start,
177(073.48.
Property insured against th '
DANGERS OF FIRE AND PERILS OF
- INLAND NAVIGATION.
Especial attention firea to the Insurance of
DWELLINGS AND FARM PROPERTY,
for terms of one, thrw or fir years.
Application received and Policies (asaed by
FREDERICK J. JAY, Agent,
OFFICE IN CARPENTERS' BUILDINO,
117 South Hlg-ta Street, Colnmbns.
seplSdahil
Fire and Marine
INSURANCE AGENCY.
-Etna Insurance Co.,
OF
HARTFORD, CONN.
Capital and Surplus - - $2,014,142.
North'American Fire Insurance Co
or
HARTFORD, CCHN.
Capital and Surplus - - - $351,084.
Norwich Fire Ins. Co.,
OF
NORWICH, CONN.
Capital and Surplus $222,228.
Lamar Fire Insurance Co-,
OF
NEW YORK CITY.
Capital and Surplus - - $348,049.
Providence Washington Ins. Co,,
OF
PROVIDENCE, B. I.
Cppital and Surplus - - - $345,786.
WESTERN MASS- INS. CO.,
OF ' -
PITTSF1ELD, MASS.
Capital and Surplus - - - $206,926.
Policies (.sued without deity, on til descriptions of
property. Losses equitably adjusted and preuutly
paid.
FRED'K jTfAY, Agent,
OFFICE IN CARPENTER'S BUILDING
117 Sonth High St., Coliiuibna.
sepl3d4mls
Divclllaifra, Household furniture and
FARM PROPERTY
Insured by the -
mU INSURANCE COea
OF HARTFORD, C0HH.,
for one, thrw or five years, ,
HjAT TERY IOW RATEB..QI
Cash Capital $1,500,000.
NET ASSETS, $2,014,142.37.
Apply to
FREDERICK J. FAY, Agent,
Office in Carpenter's Bnilding,
No, 117 South Iliah SU
C0IUKBUS, O.
septl3d4mi.
PRICIB BSDT7CXD
From th New ork Obaerrer.
As all cartiea manafactnrin Sewine Machine are ob
liged to par Mr. Hnwe a license on each machine old.
and an a so compelled to mak return to him, nnder
oath, as to th number old, has book give a correct state
meut. From this reliable lonro we have obtained th
following statistics. Of th machine mad to the fear
iv, tur war (old,
By Wheeler sc Wilton. ; ...S1.30G -
. ... I. at. Singer at Co 10,3i3
. " Orover Sc Baker 1080 ' "
Showing th sales of Wheeler t Wilson to he dovlU
those ot any other Company." . ' a
Awarded the highest premium t th
United States Fair of IBM, 18J8 and I860: :
' also at th '
Ohio Stat Fair of 1859 and I860;
and at nearly all the County Fair ia th Stat. ' n 1
Oar price, at th late reduction, are a toes at anv
locli eticX machine now sold, tnd but a tttn higher than ,
the interior (wo Mread cAaist fiu macMnee, sow.,
forced unon th market.
Tbe WHEELER l Wn.BON MACHINE mat lt the
Lock Sncn th only one which oanoot be rivaled. Ii
auxx on both gionof tc good, leaving no mag or
ehalnontt emder.tide.
All machine etarr anted 9 year, owd MtfrwfHcn
given in their use, free of chare.
li. UttBBX, oi niga n. voiamoe, tf.
WM. SUMNER CO., ! ,
dec3-S2awd3mAw6a Pike's Oi, era Ho, OUKuinatt.
CAITADIAS tt TJUITED STATES KAIL
STEAMERS ' .
to and mora
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
' and "
NEW
Th Montreal Ocean Steamship Company' first cits
full-powaredOlyde-buUt Bteamera tail ewery Kat
urday from PORTLAND, carrying th Canadian ana
United State 1111 tad paaaecger, , -T , . .
NOTASCOTIAN....i.Cap. Ucllasm,' j h A
BOHEMIAN Capt. Orangey
NORTH BRITON., ..Capt, Borlaad,,
OANAD1AN Capt. Graham,
NORTH AHERIOANOapt. Alton,
, ANOLO taXON Cspt. Balantln,
HIBERNIAN, ' ' f i ! ; (I J .1 ' "
t NORWEOIAN, i . ' i -(-' .. I ; t
Nhortaot, Cheapoet anaQalckctCoa
, vevaaasco froasa
" AMERICA TO ALL fABTI of lDROPl-' "
Will tall from LIVERPOOL OTOtT Wedla4y,
and frosa QUEBEC OTory Vatarday. calling at
LONDON D E itBY, to roiv ou board and hue at ails and
Fataenger. t and from Ireland and Scotland. ...
Glasgow passengers tr furnished with rasa paaaar
ticket teaad from Londonderry. . - , i -.1
Relura ticket granted at reduced rat.
An exferterjcd Sarireon eltacked toeaeastraSM. -ry
OertiScatet lmd for earryhig (o and bringing out pea,
tenger from all th principal town ef Ureal brilaia and
Ireland, tt reduced rate, by thl line ef (teamen, tnd
by the WASHINGTON LINE OF SAIU.NO PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool vry week. . a . .
. rw nuan. apply St lb Offlce. FS atAI.
WAV, Nw aork, and lit Hal ts
Julworyool ,ii, .. iii.tct.,' . ,).'
IABXTa ft ESaJIIX, 6Bral 1'rats.
noIO-lraater SttnaB Offlr, Columbus, X)hii.

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