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The Statesman for the Session of the Legislature.
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persons who Mifj' j bf eanwatdj Informed of
the doings of be Geaewl-Asseisbly, should take
Revolutionary Movements in the South.
Th. lto.'ir'j.rVom the i: Sooth, Biking all
due liowwpalojjxaBereted.statements.U of
an alarming eharWter. : Fort Sumpter, we ere
told, is beielgedksnd all Major Anderson's conv
mnnlcations with the shore out off. The repair
of Fort Moultrie ti as. been completed, and the
guns remounted, .and every tning in readiness u
onea a fire on Fort Sompter, and the bombard
men! of whleh, it 1 eald, aotually oommenoed
.Mtl.ew batteries are belnr erected
around tins fprt&nd every day the difficulties
reinforcing it are leoieased. Though the r
mor of the actual bombardment of the fort yes-
ternay , is contradicted, It is no dnobt intended!
and will probably soon take place. . .
. In addition to the news published tn the Stalc$
man last evening, that the Georgians had taken
pmesiion of the forts' at Bavannth.lt is also
stated that they were preparing to Stire the
United States arsenal at Augusta.- A majority
of secession delegates have been elected to the
Georgia 8t Convention ,' which meets on
Monday next. :'' i
We trust that a Richmond dispateh before as,
which is said to bfl trustworthy, is incorrect. It
Dtatos that Qov. Ellis, of Jforth Carolina, had
dispatched troops to seise upon Fort Macon, at
Beaufort, the forts at Wilmington, and the U.
B. arsenal at FayettevWe." Be this as It may,
It appears from oar dispatches of l9t evening,
that rumore were rife at Washington of a gen
eral move In the Gulf States, to seise the forts
and arsenals belonging to the Federal Govern
ment. " . ..
The Florida Stale Convention met on Thurs
day last, and effected a temporary organization.
The several counties la the Stato were called,
and the delegates scrolled their names. The
Convention then adjourned till to-day at noon.
It Is said that resolutions declaring the right of
Florida to seserle, will be adopted, and that the
Convention will then proceed deliberately to
consider the ordinance of secession.
We were at first dispose to treat the propo-
eitlan of Gov. Wut, recommended by his organ,
the Rlchmoud Enquirer, ot rals-lag troops in
Virginia and Maryland for ths purpoee of taking
possession of the city of Washington, aod bold
iag It in order to prevent, the inaoguratlon of
Lixcolm, as too trifling a matter to be seriously
regarded. But It Betas that military prepara
tions are making in various counties of Virginia
with that end In view.' It would appear that
;lre is do scheme toe fosllsh and traitorous, to
which the madness- of the hour may not lead
men to. attempt. Bat we hope -that' such re
ports as we btve mentioned in this article, may
soon give' place to' othsrs of a more cheering
eharaoter and more honorable to otif country'
men. - . .
Civil War Approaching.
Civil war is ern now at our duurs, and there
does not appear to be anything that can prevent
it, save a united and determined effort among
the masses of the conservative people, North
and South, that it shall aot be. But whatever
is done, must be done quickly; for so imml-J
nent is tbe danger, that while we are writing,
or tbe reader is perusing these lines, a wound
may be made that ean never be healed. The
ordinary and slower means of communication
should not be relied on; but the telegraphic
wires should bs used for conveying the fixed de
termination and firm resolve of one portion of
the country to another to abide by the Constitu
tion and the rigid enforcement of the laws, and
to see that all constitutional rights to every ssan
aod every Stato shall be maintained inviolate.
It will not do to truet to Presidents or Cabinets ,
outgoing or incoming, or to Congress with its
slow moving and discordant Crisis Committees,
or to wait tbe tardy action of State Legislatures,
which may arouse resentment more than they
will allay it; but there must be a spontaneous
and immediate uprising of the masses of the
people of this great nation to save it, If it is
saved at a. H.. " " "( .: '. ?
There is no exaggeration, la this appeal to tbe
people as the last resort. There is some hope
that an immediate intervention and strong ex.
pressionof the popular will may stay the march
of tbe revolutionary spirit In the South, and
compel concessions from the fanatical sectlon
allsts of the North. True, tbe revolution is
' 'bloodless as yet." Still this Is but a poor coa
eolation, when we know that there is imminent
danger that the telegraph may the next bour
flash across the continent the news of a bloody
If these revolutionary movements are not
speedily arrested, we may soon have to . choose
between entering into a civil war or committing
national suicide by submitting to a division of
the Union. Will not tho Americao people arouse
and save themselves from being compelled to
choose'either of these dreadful alternatives?
Civil War Approaching. Union Meetings at Bellair and Barnesville.
Two large Union meetings have been recent
ly held in Belmont county one at Bellair and
theofher at Barnesvilie. , ' "'
The meeting at Bellair took place on last
Saturday evening. Jams Millioah presided.
James Nicoll, John Kelly, and Bosest Haa
ri acted as Vice Presidents, and A. W. Ass
demon and Jakes Meek, as Secretaries.' Strong
resolutions were adopted in favor of maintain
ing the Ualon and enforcing tho laws, and de
neunoing any Interference with the social and
domestic; relations of the people of ether States
The citizens of the-several townships la the
county were invited to hold township meetings
in view of s grand Union demonstration.
The meeting at Barnesvilie was held on the
same evening. The officers were Joh W.
KuwosinPresldentj Keuos ITaqii, Vice Pres
ident: and WB. T. Mm, Beoretary. btlrring
'nd patriotic addresses were made by Col
John Davkkkiit, J. H. Collius, Samuel Pbioi
and the President of , the meeting. Tbw tre8o
lutlons adopted breathe the spirit of, oocllla
tloa aud peace, and, at the esme time, tvlnc
determination that the "Union must be pre,
tat wbt 11 oircauj puu THi: I
otioa--linnediU end deoltWehM come. TneU4
deUy of iheVdmlniitreUonWUkipreoantloti :
f affairs, baa grwliy eompitoaiea voe prwou.
liflloultlee. but there U no longer uy eionie for
i .i itio ind auuiudan Stitaa tiresarofo' any
demand that may be made upon tbem by the
ederal Government. 1 nie tney are can tv
tf An sasl m msisiiit nt ulf.nrnteetion. I
W din the above from the O. 8. Journal 01
this; morning. That paper has at lengtb louoa
- r - - .
oat that "war is already upon us," and tnai u
la time to "prepare" for It. "The Journal ihas
heretofore ridiculed the efforts of the Statesman,
to arouse the nubile mind to the danger whlob
was aDDroachinc. That paper baa turned up us
nose in contempt at the demonstrations In the
South, and urged Republicans to stand fast in
defence of the "irrepressible" doctrines of Its
part), whioh mean nothing more, nothing lose,
than the subjugation of the South.
The conservative men of the 1 anti-secession
States," will stand by the Constitution, and urge
the enforcement of the laws, but they-will, at
the eame time, bold the Abolition Republicans
of the North responsible for the evils now rap-
Idly crowding upon us.
That party has declared that the war on sla
very should never eeaae, until all the States In
the Union were made free or slave States that
a house divided against itself could not stand
and that their object was to blot out tbs institu
tlon in the States where It now exists.
As a measure of " self-preservation " the
oonservativemenofthe"antl secession States,'
will combine all their efforts to put down sec
tional Republicanism, for, unless it be annihila
ted the Union cannot be preserved.
The General Assembly.
The General Assembly of this State meet In
special session on Monday. Many of the mem.,
bora are already la this city, and with but few
exceptions, we presume the entire body will be
here to night.
The Representative of the people of Ohio
will assemble on Monday under peculiar cir
onm8tanees,spd fortunate will it be for our State
and the Union, if the majority are impressed
with the spirit of patriotismend love of country,
demanded by the gravity of the events which
are rapidly transpiring. The Constitution which
our fathers made and the Union which they ce
mented with their blood, are in danger. Will
not the representatives of the people of Ohio
put forth their efforts, la a fraternal spirit, to
save the country?
The South Carolina Commissioners.
It is stated that the South Carolina Commis
sioners, on Wednesday, forwarded a communica
tion to the President; but that It was of such
tn offensive character that he returned it with
out reply. They left Washington the next
morning on their return home. The night be
fore leaving the National capital, tbey die
patched their Secretary, Mr. Tacscorr, to Rich
mood to make a secret communication to the
"Government" at Charleston. Tbey did not
telegraph at Waahlngtot for fear their secret
mleht reach the ears of the U. S. authorities
there. It is suspected that their dispatch
amounted to a recommendation to commence
immediate operation against Fort Sompter. . (
H7Tbe Republicans do not appear to be well
pleesed with the recent speech of Judge Doco-
las. That Is not surprising. Judge Docclas
did not speak to grttlfj fsistlcism. Hli effort
was addressed to the conservative men of the
ooootrv. . He, like a true patriot. Is wilUsg to
make concessions, to come to some common
ground of compromise, rather than see tbe
Union dissolved. Occupying such position, It
is not surprising that his speech is distasteful to
ultra Abolition Republicans of the disunion
stripe. Bat til true patriots will thank Judge
Dooens for every effort he may put forth to
save the country.
It appears from the despatches this evening
that the report that Fort Sumter was besieged
and its bombardment commenced on yesterday,
is unfounded. It is to be regretted that tbe
mischievous scamps who coin inch reports for
the press, could not, at thia time, In some way
be silenced. The facta as they actually exist,
are gloomy enough, and the man who can delib
erately add to them, la a bad and bold inoendi-ary.
.The NewrYotk if er a U suggests the following
remedies as certain cores for the present con
dition ef affairs:-. u .'-
It is the combined action of coercion and con
ciliation. Congress should, without an hour's
hssitation, pass an act empowering the Presi
dent to order ten thousand of the militia from
each ot the six border States slave and free
from Maryland, Virginia and Kentucky; from
Ohio, Pennsylvania and New-York to proceed
to Washington put these sixty thousand men
under command of General Soott, to protect the
departments and see that Mr. Lincoln be pence
fully inaugurated on the 4th of March. The
fourteenth article of the eighth section of tbe
Constitution gives Congress that power, in de
fining its authority, in theee words: "To provide
for calling out tbe muitia to execute tbe laws oi
tbe Union, tupprtn iniurrteiion, and repel in
And in the same act which gives this power of
coercion, Congress should enact this conciliatory
measure by proposing an amendment to tbe Con
stitution, placins the social institution of African
slavery on precisely me same looting with tbe
religious opinions of the whole people or Con
gress should at least evince a disposition friendly
to such a measure. . Tbls was the spirit which
animated the convention when tbe Constitution
was adopted. - All the States recognised slavery
then, and the owners of slaves could take them
Into any and every State with perfect safety. No
restriction of this kind of servitude wss provided
for or thought of In the Constitution. It is only
witnin tne last tniriy yeare tuat slavery nas De
come a great moral and religious question, and
the agitation oi it a religions propagandises. As
suob, it must be settled in the eame way as the
ereat religious ware or buiopo were Anally ad
justed after a calmltlous experiment of three
centuries; was is dj murani compromise ana
conciliation,. And it Is the - presest Congress
which must do this.
r Bv embracinsT tbe donble policy of coercion
and conciliation, embodied in tbe same measure,
as we have suggested, tbey will satisfy tbe
North that the new President will be permitted
to assume the reins ofgovernment In peace, and
they will satisfy the South that the Institution
of slavery will N put upon a Just and secure
looting, never nereaiter to ne aistnrbed. Nor
will such a course change the position of slave-.
rv at all. It will remain and probablv extend
its limits la the South) bnt God and nature have
set an unalterable barrier to its extension io tbe
North., There can be no doubt that If the pre
sent do-nothing policy is to continue in Wash
ington, the Southern States will be drawn, and
rapidly too. Into the vortex with South Caroli
na, and that an attempt will be made to prevent
tbe Inauguration of Lincoln and pull down the
whole fabric of government. But with 60,000
armed militia In Washington, nnder the orders
of General Soott, no each attempt will be made;
and with snob a eenciliatory meestve proposed
by Congress, the f outh will have no cause for
further exasperation, and no pretext for hostili
ty. This is the remedy for tbe present disas
trous condition of affaire, and If It is not adopt
ed nothing ean avert the anarchy which Is being
predpitateanponns. " v '
Governor Floyd's Resignation.
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(VV .ppen4 G&vernop Floto's letter to the
, w fj wUh thfl pre.w,Bts, piT. - :
WAR DEPARTMENT, Dec. 29, 1860.
Oa the evening of .the 87th, instant,.,!
read the following paper to you In the presence
oftbiCabiiet: U i ! t j
. "Executive Mansiou.
Sis: ' It Is evident now from the aotion of
the" commander of Fort Moultre that the solemn
pledges of this Government have been violated
by Major Anderson.' In my judgment but one
remedy is now leu us oy wnion to vinaieaie our
honor, an J prevent oivil war. It is in vain now to
hope for contidence on tne part or tne people oi
South Carolina in any further pledges as to the
action of the military. ' une remedy only la leit,
and that is, to withdraw the garrieon from the
harbor of Charleston altogether. I hope the
President wil allow me to make that .order at
once. This order, In my judgment, can alone
prevent bloodshed and civil war.
WAR DEPARTMENT, Dec. 29, 1860. "JOHN B. FLOYD,
"Secretary of War.
"TO THE PRESIDENT.
December 27, 1860"
1 then considered tbe honor of the Ad mini -Utration
pledged to maintain the troops in tbe
position they occupied; for such had been the
assurance given to the gentlemen of South
Carolina who bad a right to speak for her.
South Carolina, on the other band, save recip
rocal pledges that no force should be brought
hr them aeainst the trooDS, or aeaintt tbe prop
erty of the United States. The sole object of
both parties to these reciprocal pledges was to
prevent collision, and the effusion of blood; in
the hope that some mesne might be found fOr a
peaceful accommodation of the existing trou-
f. ... t . ri i I l 1 1.
blee, tne (WO nouses oi uoDgreaa oaring vmu
niattl committees lookine to this obioct.
Thus affairs stood nntil tbe action of Mijor
Anderson (taken, unfortunately, while oomtnis
aioners were on their way to this capital on a
peaceful mission, looking to the avoidance of
bloodshed) has complicated matters In the ex
isting manner. Our refusal, or even delay, to
place affairs back as tbey stood under our agree
ment Invitee collision, and must inevitably io
augurate civil war In our land. I cannot con
sent to be the agent of such a eilamity.
I deeplv reeret to feel mvelf under tbe ne
ceaaitv of tendering to von my resignation as
Secretary of War; because I ean no longer hold
It under mv convictions of patriotism, nor with
honor, subjected as I am to the violation of
solemn pledges and plighted faith.
Witb toe nigneet personal regaro,
I am most
JOHN B. FLOYD
To his Excellency the President of tbe United
WASHINGTON, December 31, 1860.
. Mr Da a a Sia: I have received and accepted
your resignation of tbe office of Secretary of
War; and notwiening to impoe upon you tne
task of performing its mere routine duties which
you have so kindly offered to do, I have author
ised the Postmaster General to administer the
affaire of tbe Department nntil your successor
shall be appointed
Hon. JOHN B. FLOYD.
Celllsion oa the Indlata Ctniral StUroad
A collision between two hog traits occurred
before daylight Wednesday morning, at Lew
isville, on the Central road. A way train left
Indianapolis an bour in advanoe of tbe through
hog train the evening before. At Lewiiville
the train stopped on tbe bridge east ot tbe town,
and run the locomotive on tbe switch to bring
up some cars already loaded to attach them to
the train. Tbe bridge is a hkh one say thirty
or forty ieet above the water. Tbe engineer of
tbe through train eaw tne rear iicm oi me sta
tionary train some distance off, but supposed lor
a time that it was in motion. Discovering that
it was stationary when he reached the down grade
leadine to tbe bridge a lone descent, however
he whistled down brskee, and reversed the
engine. The brakesmen were all asleep, and
made no response, and the train slid along at
a rapid rate oa the frosted tails. Tnelfiremau
started back to put the brakes down, but he was
only in time to get caught by one ot his legs Be
tween two cars when tbe collision took place.
Tbe locomotive wss badly wrecked and thrown
over oa the timbers of tbe bridge, aod it is
marvel she did not go through. A number of
cars were broken up and knocked erceswaye snd
everyway, and tne track waa lorn np ana e pre an
in niaoee for a considerable distance. . But the
worst accident was to tbe fireman, whose leg
was shockingly mangled in his efforts to save
the train. It was found necessary to cut away
the timbers of the cars to extricate him. Tbe
amount of damage we have not learned. Bat
few of tbe hogs we understand were killed Tbe
car in which the owner of tbe Logs and tbe
drowsy brakeman were sleeping, had both ends
stove in, but no one waa hurt in it. Tbe paaaen-
eers. Wednesday, bad to pass under tbe bridge
from train to train, but we presume the wreck
Mr. Lincoln's Cabinet.
The Washington correspondent of the New
York TViluiu, nnder date ' ef January, 3,
"Republican circles were much a'gited to-day,
by the announcement that Mr. Seward bad been
appointed Secretary of State and Mr. Cameron
Secretary of tbe Treasury by Mr. Lincoln. Tbe
farmer gentleman and his friends hsd habitually
disclaimed any purpose or desire to take the po
sition. Tbe supporters of tbe latter pressed
Mr. Lincoln very earnestly on his behalf. He
says a position was tendered to bim a few days
ago, when visiting Springfield, and Mr, More
bead of Pittsburgh states unreservedly that he
has seen Mr. Lincoln's letter offering him the
Treasury. All tbe leading and original friends
of Mr. Lincoln, in tbe Senate and House, al
lege that they have not been consulted in sny
msnner concerning the composition of tbe Cabi
net, bnt expected, before its complexion was
finally determined, to have been asksd their
views, according to tbe previously recognized
usage. It now seems aa if tbe new Adminis
tration would be termed at Springfield."
The New York correspondent of the Bos
ton TrattUtr ssys that Governor Raymond who
is eminently a social man, lives unostentatiously
in a handsome double house up town, well far
nished, choicely adorned and elegantly beauti
fied. His library, for which he has an especial
weakness, is one of tbe finest on tbe continent
and all the comforts which taste can suggest or
money furnish are provided at his hospitable
aweiuog. mr. ureeiey, wools eminently not a
social, or family man, boards at tbe Everett
House In dismal solitude, while hie better half
and their mutual pledges of affection spend their
time in aurope. Mr. uennett lives regally,
sumptuously, splendidly, at Washington Hiehts
The "ord man," as be is irreverently called bv
the boys in bis office, has very many good points
about him. Keen, shrewd, kiud, genial, liberal,
enterprising, smbiiioos and strong, he mav well
defy the attacks of jealous rivals or tbs stabs of
malice. ' . : . a .
The Irish girls are suing several gentlemen
just now for breaking promises of marriage,
Two cases of breach of promise ot marriage
were tried io Dublin lately. In the one case
Miss O'Conner of Lougbglynn wss plaintiff,
and Daniel Dolan, a trader io Parliament street.
Dublin, was defendant. Tbe damages were
laid at 3,000, and after the Solicitor General
bad partially stated tbe case, counsel for tbe
defendant stopped tbe case, and after a confer
Once it waa arranged to pay 200 and costs., A
vecdict wss taken for that amount. In the
other, Miss Delany was plaintiff aod John Mo
Carry was defendant After tbe cane had been
opened there was a verdict for 500 and cost
for plaintiff; the defendants coirjsel did not ad-
drees tne court.
A greet meeting ie to be held In Baltimore
on Thursday, the lOtb lost. The resolutions are
mainly compiled from the farewell address of
Washington. Reverdy Johnson Is to be the prin
cipal speaker, and will take strong Union ground.
Mr. Crittenden's engagements at Washington
win not permit nim to atiena.
No permanent arjoointment has vet been In.
dicated for tbe War Department. Mr. Holt Is
entirely satisfactory, ud M Mr. King is acting
aa Postmaster General, the arrangement might
oc ssaioMineu wiiu aavantage to tbe publlo du
ring Mr. Buchanan's remaining sixty days,:,
Visoount Palmerston hss made another brave
attempt to resusoitate the Cabinet dinner. This
Ministerial gathering Is regulated In this man
ner: i ne rremier commences witn tiie nrst
dinner, and each Minister follows suit In succes
sion, In the order of his rank on tbe roster of the
Cabinet On tbe previous attempt at this revi
val, a Minister, very near in rank, indeed, to the
Premier, forgot to follow tho eood example set
him, and the Ministers who o,me after would not
give their dinners until Lord had given his;
and, as tbe dilinauent was Quite deaf, or altogeth
er insensible to any amount of hints or reminders,
tne sirair came to a dead lock.,- In tba present
Cabinet, which is so numerous that each Mln
ister'a turn would only come once in fifteen or
sixteen weeks, there is every chance that tbe
series of dinners will run. their due course, more
espeoially as the noble obstructive alluoed to no
longer Holds office. Under the Duke of Wel
lington's administration, there was a similar In
stance of forget fulneei: but the "Iron Duke"
waa not disponed to submit to sucn an aot ot in
subordination in his political staff, snd sent such
a message to tbe delinquent as quickly revived
his dormant hospitality. Lord Pal mera ton's
first Cabinet dinner
Tub Resignation or Govesnob Medamt.
We lay before our readers this week the addrees
of Mr. Samnel Medary, on his retiring from tbe
Gubernatorial Chair of Kansas Territory. It
is with regret that we learn of Mr. Medary's
determination to resign bis office, which he hss
filled with Integrity, honor and ability. The
Governor, during bis stay in Kansas, has applied
himself earnestly and diligently to the arduous
and difficult duties of his office, and has gained
many friends who will remember him with great
and continued regard and friendship. ' We be
speak for his valedictory a careful perusal.
Lecompton Dem. Dec. 20.
Mr- Breckinridge has written a letter to
Gov. Magoffin, In whioh he takes the ground
that one State cannot withdraw without the con
sent of the others. But he wants new guaran
Tbe House of Representatives of tbe Stale
of Georgia passed, on tbe 19th, tbe bill to render
void all sales under process or the united states
Courts in Georgia, until Dec. 1, 1861.
Gov Hicks is still firm io refusing to call a
session of tbe Legislature of Maryland, aod
will remain so, unless some unforeseen cause
ItTWbat is -the value of mony, compared
with health? Men will toll curly and late, un
dergo many trials, deprive themselves of the
comforts of life, to make money, and when they
have'stcumulatedit, what is it worth to them
without health 1
Now, Scovill's Blood and Liver Syrup is
more valuable than gold, as it will restore the
sieiera when it is afflicted with Scrofula, Cuta
neous diseases, Liver Complaint, or any other
disease of tbe blood; It will add more to one's
happiness than all the wealth of the world.
.'in this city on Friday afternoon, Janualy 4th, 1861
Hra. JULIA ANN, wife of James O'Kane.
Funeral from her late residence, North fourth Street
I will tesue a Weekli paper, to be called" Trie Crisis."
at tb city of Colomlms, and Stat of Ohio, at two dot
lore per annum, ot fifty-two numbers, 1 arable always la
advene, and to commence daring the month of January,
(1861.) As It will be desirable io Dom parties io nave a
fall tett conmeneinf with number 1, it will be impor
tant foreunrrtber to scoa incur name as eariy ae possi
ble, to that I can form some eatlmate of the editivn to
I bare a great many reasons ror pubiiining init ptper,
at will moreclearly appear to mv readers aa it prog rest
ei, and hence I shall offer neither excuse nor apology
lor wnat, at tint view, so son, may n coaaiacroa sin
- r.,.'1 r;il fnllv .1,4 thAmnh!v a!fl th mit
tasuea that hang like a cloud oi nignt ever oar common
country, aod if ear nationality, at it la, cannot be pre
served wboh ana nnaiviaea, ui win greater question
will arise, mor perplexing, at i. is more gloomy, what
an to be the eosdltiont M our ditaolnttra aod dUtTte.
The are momentous question, yet they am crowding
bard upon aa, and we have got to look them io the (ace,
u nnnalaiabla aa UMT mar be.
I have not much lai thia seeing these who bar brought
this fearful crisis upon our country, show patriotism and
mauHoes nouth to eonfett thair error., rectify their
dttakea. and restore lb country to the saf and healthy
condition tn which thryfouna It, but I shall never lose
onfldeDc in the mat of the people, nor distrust their
rigkt Intention wntll all hops I lost, end wea.eemlt
trn down by th tmrieidal hand.
Hi connection of thirty year with politic and the
prea. gsvas me some claims upon the pecpl for at least
a candid hearing.
If DoMiule, let uv ar country irom tae peril
that surround it, end ourttlvea from tbe stigma of inca
pacity and National wictedceat. II Uii loo late, and
we are already whirling to the dark abrts of dliioluUon
snd chaos, in the nam ol humanity let us bait and not
lush headlong into eivil cmamotion sueh at btve never
brfor reddened lb earth with a brother's blood.
But a FroipcoUi is no place to argue great questions.
"Tb Cauu" will do that at lengtb, and without glove.
I will rpeak freely of mn and meamr, and call things
by their right name. When a great country and the
fat of amigfaty peopl an at tak. It is no time to re
treat to our closet to pick word ofdelicat meaning,
or to hunt phnvte to tit ilk music oa tbe cir of love.
Wear patting dangeroat inoau in aingnuul storm,
and it la unmanly to tit In mimic pnatomlm of a resig
nation in Providence. lie who would not assist In eev
Ing us from this icpeodicg wreck, would not defend his
wife and children from the fatal dagger raited to (trik
before hi eye.
- tb u tuts " win aiso ne oi a general character, ana
a varied In it subjactias lb nature of lit main purpose
will admit. 1 shall especially devote number of arti
cle to the political and material interest of Kneu aad
Minnesota, whar I bars mostlt resided line tb spring
of 1857, and is both of which I have taken no inactive
To my frlen In Ohio, I once more appeal- I bay
often don to, but never la vsi. In tUs terrible chti
in ur affair, will you not stand by me in thia lut ap
peal which, In to natur of thing. I can never nuk
gain, (rod ha (pared my ill to witness thl mournful
and iloomy teen u witnett the dittroyln angel r'
tngaimoat unheeded over eur fair aod, crushing
hop ot millions tn lit dread Bigot.
Direct setter to utniaT, Columbus, Uhle.
TWO NIGHTS 02TI.YI
. TBI WOULD BKNOWHfD
MIMIC AND DEUtfEATOB!
Of COMI0 CHARACTER,
will give two of hi
CHASTE AND AMUSING
AT ARMORY HALL,
On MONDAY and TUISDATIVB, January 7lhan46th.
Admission.. ... SO Cent.
Dow open at tii o'clock. Performance to aommenr
at 7 o'olock. JeuS13t
T WM. KNABE & CO..
AT THFIK NEW MALErewnw.
ROOM, SO. 150 BALTIMOST.MeA
II I II
W08. 1, 3, 3 and 7 Jf . KTJTAW BTERT.
Offer for sals their celebrated '
' . : AND SQARE
Being highly recommended by the first Professors and
Musical Amateur of th country, and
f IVE TEAR9.
Th moat fastidious customer may rely npon being
pleased In every respect.
Tarmellberal. WM. KNABI St CO. ,
8SLTZER t WEBBTXR, Agent,
oetS8:lydw. Colunihn. Ohio.
3VE A.C3-3TI3TIO OIL.
Tun notsT BuccEaarci, pain ecu
K M known, I composed solely of healing Oil,
Balsams tnd Gums. Actual observation and the ,nifl
cale of rtspecuole persons warrant us in elating posl-
VngntHa OU cure Khtwnatim;
iraxf'l MatpuUe Oil eurtt iininal 4 fiction: ,
Reti- MagiHtlO OU oure Kxuralgiai
, liud'tMiigmtiaOaQvrfVitakJointu; ' V!
Jtted't MnyruUc OH cure ITlotiraUd Sorei;
Awd'e HagntUo OU eurM frotitt. Ft;
Si'o MagiuUo OU ow-m WM Wound;
Hetd't Magtutle OU owes tiatUtngt;
Kud'i MagtuUo OUeura Pain in tt Sack;
Hmd MvoiuUo OU car Xrwu Affvtien;
Jttd't Magntiio OU curt Earach i Toothaekt.
lor l by SIMON JOHNSON, Daecwirr, PltUbureb,
P., sol (gent; old also by B. A. f AI1NE8TO0K
OOy B. K. BKLI'ERB St 00., and Druggist generally,
St 25 et. per bottle. deeMdSw
i ,'. II EN It Y KIEHI.UU, ;
(tat of Fhalon'S BttablUhmest, N. T) Poprletoro
the New York Fuhlonabl Shaving,- Hair Outline
SoAmpooolng, Curling and Drawing Saloon, Hot
Katt Stat (treat, sear lb Poet Offlc. first floor.
won aunacnon win n given In all lb variout
branche. Ladle and Children' Biy Dressing dons
la tb best ityls. - - - . . j jyl-dly
EIGHTY CEfiTS A YEAR!
BEE CLUB RATH 8 FOR WEEKLY,
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rju i: would,
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In tb fint west in January w shall begin the publl
cation of a Story of American T.tfe, written expressly
THE WORLD, entitled,
TIE TOWER HOUSE.
Tbi bit is on of peculiar and novel character, ar.il ab
orbing Interest. It combine humor, pathos, and
practical knowledg of
M7K B3TB 13 CITY AND COUSTflY
in a very extraordinary degre. Th cen la laid part
ly In the country, wher It will trace tha rural xrer
Umc of an American country lad, and partly lu th city,
where th hero will lad to th portrayal of the city vir
tue, vices, aid characteristic trait, panic, flush timet,
alnt and scoundrels, nob and mobs, and so forth.
Tbi tale It not one of thot tastily written produc
tions which ar furnished wask by week, aa. occasion
serves, to "story paper," bn t a work which was projsc
ted and partly completed torn time ago ly a literary gen
tleman of acknowledged talent, and which has lain
year or mtre ripening In hit portfolio.
GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS.
Poor copU to on a id rest i ten topic do.,
twenty-five copies do., fSO, An extra copy will b sent
to every person forming a club of twenty live; and for
club of fifty Weekly ubcribrt, a copy of tb dally will
be nt for on Tetr. Clergyman can rece'.v tb Weekly
tingle copy, at II a year.
THE SEMI WEEKLY WORLD
Will be published very Tuesday and Friday, and wil
embrace all the mors Important matter of ths dally edi
tion, with th LATEST MARKETS. No teun-weekly
thl country will oompar with It In range of topic and
variety of Information - It U pre-eminently valnaM MS
Tebmi (3 s year; two copies to on addre, S; fir
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date it greatclrouUXIon. It 1 a larger abaet than any
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f ji--i ,
' j i ' .
i JanlwJt , j-: H'
1 St) PARK BOW,I
Printing Office for Sale.
THE CtllHIILL COUNTY DEJIO
' CHAT OKtlCE is offered for sale on very re
eonablo terras. To a praotlonl printer thli Is a chancs
for abargiln. Three hundred dollar! down and the
balance in two yeare. The office bae a good run of Job
won. and advertising patronage. For particulars ad-
rees. ucu it. bauiaivt.
-' uniiuv it ,
GKAHD 1 '
OPERATIC AND BALLAD
' CONCERT! "
THE FAVORITE IS COMING !
MADAME VARIAN , JAMES,
THE NEW AMERICAN PRIMA DONNA, .
who la now pronounced by all critics to be tbe best Ar
tiste before the public, will shortly arrive and give
Two Grand Conceits in this City'-
J an3 dtd
AGAIN NOTIFIES THE PEOPLE OF
Columbus and vicinity, that he is before Ihem with
on of th best stock of
ever offered to their discriminating gaie eleoted with
great care, and purchased at Panlo Price, he ftel j uni
fied In saying, no man can offer greater Inducement to
the "ready pty" buyer. His lln of
it complete, consisting of alt the latest strle) and Im
r, Msws swaaanw.
both plain and fancy, and In great varie tie.
Satinets, Cloths , and Cassimeres,
Iff QUANT1TII9 TO BtTlT THt MAN7.'
PRINTS I ! PRINTS!!!
TASDS TO NUMEROUS TOO MENTION.
Sheeting, Bblrtlng, Ticking, Toweling, Cotton St Wool
Flapnel, Gentlemen's Furnishing ooodi, Sto., fcc, at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
BtADTIFt'L ONI) ' JUST tlCCIVCD RV IXPBE88
4 yarns wide -admitted by all to be th
Best, Nicest and Cheapest,
In mirket. Don't fall to get on. '
Remember the place and call soon tt
258 South High Street,
Mi a FSISNO.
dccl8-luid WILLIAM RICHARDS.
JAS.U.H'KIB. WM. H. RBSTISAUX
M'KEE & RESTIEAUX,
No. 34 North Illtrfc Str(, -
TTAVE ON HAND AT WHOLF.9ATE
XX and Ketall, FINEST STAPLB OKOCEEIE9,
FLiOUB, SALT. TIA, COFFEE, SUGAR, TOBAOCO
8E3AH8, Etc , Etc. Our Stock has ben purchased in
1 altera vine ounng in ranic,
and our main endeavor will be to offer Inducements to
CASH UYZRS which ar not excled by any Uoua In
tne Uity. decw
GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS!
H O Xj X 33 L "ST C3 1
GIFT BOOK STORE
SOW OPKRINO AT
So. 173, High St., bstwesn Town aod Blch flts
few doors south ef ths TJnlled States HotsI,
Of Choice Books on vry subject, and
tlO.OOO. Worth of Jewelry-,
To.be given to the purchaser of them at time of al
CALL AND EX AMIS! OCR PLAN. ,
dec36:dtf 8L0CCM at CO.
BORTLE & SHEDD,
No. 273 South High Street,
T,M!K FAITIILT GKOCEHIEN, FOH-
V tign and Domtstio Frulit, choice Family Plour,
Teas, Ac.tre now In receipt of their entire Stock pur
chased within th past two week in New Vork at Panic
W merely with lo iir thtt we hive aver thine nol
lykept inartf ctoes Grocery, and are determined to
Mil our uoodt at price that will defy competition.
ICpGootts Delivered to nor part of
the City free of Charge.
WHITE WHEAT FAMILY 1'MITJH,
"Oolden Are Brand." Vor tale only by HORTLK
a bueuu, no. J noutn Mign street. dec7i-dodlo
CTEWAItT'l DOTJULE EXTRA GOL
O en By, up, from dripping of Loaf Sugar at BORTLE
m suivu B. ueciv jeodlm
GENUINE HOI. I AM It IIEHHIMG. AT
BORTLE BliEDD'B, S73 South High street.
CHOICE HAISINH. PRIlKEg. f I' It
J rants and Fig, cheap, at BOKILE A SilKDD'B Nw
urocery. aeel' deoulm
T7IUE CKACKEHS3-IOO BOXES JUST
X1 received by BORTLE A 8HEDD, S73 Booth High
pHOICECHEEN AND RLACK TEAS,
Tery cneap, ai buhili, buivus,
DURE WINES AND EIQCOHM FOU
X Medical purposes, Scotch Ale and London Porter, at
uvniLs; a buluiih, , dsc!7-dodlm
TTtUHUEFINEDSCGAB. I3LB9. FOR
X 1, and and all the standard Refined Sugar, cheaper
tnan tn cneapest, go lo vurtiLK a ttujtvv tn Boutn
iiiliutireet atciv neoaim
. Jast BeeslvsAl
1 AA nr. CH C.REEW and - BLACK
A VV TEAS lOO bag prim Bio Con.
- 1 AO pocket old Dutch Government Java Coffee.
. TS btgiCeyloB Ooffe. ,
SVObbl. lUtndard Whits Sugars, comlttlng of Pow
dred.Ohrushed, Granulated A and B Coffee.
60 quintal George Bank CodOsn. .
Igfjbbli. Afsts and No. 1 Mackerel.
S te. Pick Balmna. - -
100 bx. Layer BaJslni. ,
60 hf. boxjlo do ! I
HHjqr. oon ao a
ItJO M Cigars, different branilt and grade
bov7 , . ,,; , WM. MoDONAlV
M. C. LILLEY
And Blank-Book Manofantorer,
BOBTH BIBB ITBKXT, COtTJEBCB, OHIO,
y .. i , , Ornci or O.M. M. A Oo. .
, . . OoLBSU, Deo. 88, 1800. I ;
rpglE ANNCAE 1TIEETINO OY TUB
L stoakholdar of th Columbus Uacbln Manufactur
ing Co., for th election of Director, will b held at
tbir omow, on vrwiuetuay, w rin aayor janunry, 1001,
t 10 o'clock A. M. ' 1. 0. JOKES, AoV, ,
Balcraln, Cream Tarter, - -
. :!'. Alum, Uadderi
I . I v ji, i Sxtraot Logwood,
Saltpetr. Ac, Ac.
Forraleby '-' MO'EEl A BESTIB ACT,
octO ' ' - St. Itatttman Building.
TO ' PVHCIIAIB - A GOOD . AEltfO
. CttATIO Printing Offic.. Addrws, -
StcW 08f- .,'!,... i-i .. v, Dataware, Ohio.,1
Mil HIGH uT
SPECIAL l 01 ICES
Thousand of perrons suffer from hetdachea to the seri
detriment of their comfort, business, nd health,
who might eaiily be cured by simply usInyllonrnaiV
PoaaoruaTio Snciric. Th Basniraa Piixtastnln
the morning, and the Biuoue Piu taken at eight, mely
fall to cur tb most evere and obsllnat cs. Thou
sand) having tried them bar been entlrel freed of this
tun of their Uvea. Go and do likewise.
Price, 81 cent pr box, with direction, sis boxes 1 1
gent by mall or expresi, fret of oharga, on receipt of
the price. Addre,-
No. 5HV Broadway, New Vork.
eoiu by ROBERTS k BAMUaii,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist. 4 N. High street
8. K. gAUUKL Jt CO.,
janl-dfcwlu W e. Iligb ttrect, Columbia, O
Beadvettlemntui another oolumn.
For all TIlltOAV nntt
COlioii, and every
Complaint the forerun
ner off and even actual
The Great NEVHAL.
GIC HK1UKDV and Nat.
ural UPIATI), adapted
to every ipecies of Ner.
tnr-r rt vet tuiunmini ner
IULU vou and Chronic
tinm. Catarrh, Tooth
and Ear Ache, Lone of
Vlaoll. and Kaii,.! fnm-
Mo real Jut tic can he don tha above nrenaratlon
but by procuring tnd reading descriptive pamphlet,;
be found with all dealers, or will be sent by Proprietor
on demand. Formula and Trial Bottle sent to Phyti -elm,
who will find development In both worthy their
acceptance and approval.
uorresponoenc solicited from all whose necessities or
curiosity prompts to a trial of th above reliable Berne
for sale by the Usual wholetile and rettil dealers.
JOHN I1CNNEWELX, Proprietor,
CHEMIST AND PHARHACKUTIST,
Ho. 9 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Mats.
Robert & Samuel. N. B. Marnle. J. R. Cook. J. M.'
Dentg, Q. Denlg At Bom, A. J. SchuellerfcSon, Agtntl
for Oolumbu. Ohio. tnyl-di y
MEDICAL AND TOILET
This book conUlna Receipt and Direction for ma
king all the most valuable Medical preparation In use,
alto Recipe and full and explicit direction for making
all the moat popular and useful Cosmetics, Perfumes,
Unguent, Hair Bestoratlves, and all Toilet Article. If
yon ar suffering with any chronic disease If you wish a
beautiful complexion, a fine head of hair, a smooth face,
clear skin, a luxuriant beard or moustache or If you '
wish to know any thing and every thing tn the Medical
and Toilet line, yon should by all mean peruse a copy
of thl book. For full particular and aimnple nf the
work for perusal, (free) address the publisher,
T. F. CHAPMAN,
No. 831 Broadway, New York
HAIit DYE HAIR DYE
Wm. A. Batoholor's Hair Dye!
Tbs Original . and Best In ths World!
All other are men Imitations, aud should be avoided
if you wish to escape ridicule.
GRAY, RED OH RUSTY HAIR Dyed instantly to a
besutifnl and Natural Brown or Black, without Injury to
Heir or Skin.
FIFTKK5 MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS hay he
awarded to Wm. A. Batchelor since 1839, and over 80,00
application have been made to lh Hair of hit patron
of hit famou dye,
WM. A. BATCHELOR'B nAIB DYB produces a sol
or not to be distinguished from natuya, and hi warranted
not to injure In th leait, however long It may bo rontln
Bd,aod tbs ill effect of Bad Dyes remedied; the Hair
invigorated for life by thle splendid Dy.
Sold In all cities and town of tb United Butte
Druggist and Fancy Good Dealer.
JJjTh Genuine has th nam and addreu apoa a itaol
plate engraving on four side of each box, of WILLIAM
A. EAT0R2L0H, Addre
' CHARLES BATCHELOR, PJoprietor,
JylS wly SI Barclay tlraet. New York.
Tb Advertiser, having boon restored to health in few
week by a very ilmpl remedy, after having raffered
ral year with a sever lung sfjectlon, aad that dread
dlteate, Consumption lj anxiout to make known to bi
fellow-sufferer tb meant 'of cure.
To all whs dnlr It, h will send a copy of the preaaris .
tlon need (free of charge), with th direction for prepa
Ing and using th aim, which thy will find a tea Co
for Contonrnow, Asthma, Baoncnmt, As. Ths only
object of the advertiser lo tending th Prescription la to
benefit tho afflicted, aod tprvad information which be con
oel ves to be Invaluable, and bo hope every sufferer will
try hi remedy, ai it will coat then nothing, and may
prov a bUttlog.
Partie wishing the prescilptlon will please addre
Rav. EDWARD A. WILSON,
. . King County, Nw York.
00t3 wly '
MOFFAT'S LIFE tIIXS.
In all case of oottivenett, dynpej sla, hllllon and live
affection., pile, rheumailim, fever tnd ague, oblU
nate bead ache, and all general derangement of health
the Pill have invariably proved a certain and pedy
remedy. A tingle trial will place the Life PUI beyond
the reach ofoompatltlnn In the estimation of evejy pa
tient. , j
Dr. Moffat's Pbrenix Bitters will be found equally f
ficadout In all cases of ntrvou debility, dytpeptla, bead
ache, the sickness Incident to females In delicti health,
and every kind of weakness of tht digostiv organ.
Pot tale by Dr. W. B. MOFFAT, 33S, Broadway, N. Y.
and by all Druggist. maylS-dfcwly
Ths following it an extiaot from a
lttttr writbtn by thBv. J. B. nolrn, palter ol tbe
Plerrtpolot Street Baptist Church, Brooklyn, H. Y.,to
the "Journal and Mfeoger," Cincinnati, O.,aod apeakt
volum In favor of that world-renowned medicine, M
Wixslow'i Bootbiso Srair roa CHiuao Tavrnuta;
"Wtiecan advertltment In your column ol Utu
Winiow' SooTUixo Bracr. Nov w never tald a word,
In favor of a patent medicine before In onr life, bnt wo
feel compelled to aay to your radra that this I no hum
bug wa auvi tamo it, ano avow it to it all it
claim. It it probably one of the most luecetsful medi
cines of th day, because It is on of th best. And tboie
of yonr readers who bar habiea can't do bttr than. .
lay Ina tupply." - ocW-Jydfcw '
W. A. Batchelor'i Hair Lye!
Thl splendid lltlr Dye has no equal Ins tan taneou In
effeot Beaatlfsl Black or Natural Brownr-na staining
tht skin or Injuring tht Hair remedies the absurd tnd II
sffect of Bad Dyes, and Invigorate the hair for life.
Ken art genuine nnieat signed "W. A. Bttchelor."
Sold everywhere. - .--. .? -., . ' . ( ,
CHAS. BATOHELOR, Proprietor,' "
Jylltwly 81 Barclay Street, New York.
For th INSTANT BBLIIP
snd PERMANENT CUBA of tb
dlttretslng sompialnt nas
2 ' ENDT'I t '
Had by 0. B. B1YUOCB ft CO., 107 Naataa St., it. T.
-. Price 1 per box) cent free by poet.
fOB I ALB AT ALL DRDOOITi.
ayo-dAwiyle ' v.--.
ALSXANDR'S KID OL0TE9.
POINT LAOl COLLARS,
f ALEN0IBNNE8 COLLARS at SLEEVES
BMB'D S1UBLI1I - do - do
LINEN do do -
- ... EooATi boboim . io.tt.
PINEAPPLE HANDKBBOBIBFS, OILT BELTS- ,Ul
IMBROIDMRBI) do HAIRNETS.
MOtRNINO- do i NCBIAEf.
' HBMMED, STITCHED, do HODPUl - i ..
! : nRHNinTXn A. Liny tT-Tl a ,.si Duvsl.
' IBJ COIFFURES A BARBES, OOKTS
Vornaleby ,A- '''' 'I PETER BAIN,
de21 ' Mo. SO, South High Street,
PLAIN AXE TTOOE Teat EAIIVE; ON- ' i
ly 83 cent a yard. Rich Vaney Silk at 50 cent i
- v . -, ., : : PETER BATK,-!-s -7,
am v.t ! .... . Mo. M South High Btratt. t :
EVENINO E8 GOODS, EEEQANT
Gold Baatntwd larUtaa, tht latwt novelty. Plain
Whli. bA Colored Tarlatan; White Pari MullnOnn.
diaBvnio( Bobni Plain party Silk.
, ,1,,;.; i, rXIEK BAIN. 1
l decfll.,' lf . '"No. South High ttrwt.
PAKI9 CLOAKS ARB PAEETOT9.
Made la th moat Myllth tnd lent u,, a .
new lnvolcJutt opened by- ' - PMTBR BAIN i , 11,
ww..- ' xvpouinuigtutreat,,!,,, t,t
-v ; )