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Total Inltareat nald from Januarv 1. lPfll. f
to January 1, 1871 (3,670 33.
Total principal paid from January 1, 1861, 1 .
to January 1, lfcTI 9,B07,li
ToUl amount paid from Jan. I, J80I, to
Jan. 1, !(?! 113,373,474
Amount funded dehtnutatanitlna' January 1
I, 1B71 4,000,01)0
Total amount and to be paid, Jan. 1, '
1871 $10,373,474
Under the operation of the constitutional
4) sinaing land, the tout amount oi inter
; . ait paid durlog the same period would be
, The total amount of principal paid during
tbt same period would be
7,S33,ii4 31
S,220,BO! 110
Total amount paid during (be some pe
riod would be 19,760,1193 M
leaving to redeemed, after Jan. 1, 1H71 ll,070,i7'J SO
Total amount paid and remalolug to be
paid, Jan. I, lhVI $ .'1,130,4(3 1
Total amount paid and re
maining to be paid, un
der the operation of oou
tllutlonal linking fond ?l,430,4ii5 71
Under the tieo mill levy 111,573,474 70
DlffenneelD favor of lha '
two mill lerf $ 1,630,1)01 01 " '
MANTFKHKT MILLER, PoUlston.
sFas. W. nsANVa-F.NNir, Editor.
COliUMBUB. OHIO.
MONDAY EVENING. JAN. 7, 1861.
irPADVERTiaEitl'S'J'S, TO IKSVRS IK3EB-
TWX, thnuldbt handed in hy TWFI.TF O'Ot.OCK
on th day of publication.
The Statesman for the Session of the Legislature.
"
. i
- Tbe Daily Statesman will be furnished for
our months, covering the period occupied by
tbe legislative session, for the sum of Tieo Dol
lart, end tho TrU Weekly Statttman for the
fame time, for tho sum of One Dollar.' All
persons who desire to be accurately informed of
the doings of the General Assembly, should take
the Slataman
The Governor's Message.
Those of our cotemporaries who want the Gov
ernor's Message issued as a supplement to their
paper, or as an Extra to the same, can be sup
plied with it at this office at one dollar per 1UU
conies Those who order it will Indicate
whether it shall he made up In the form of
a Supplement or an Extra, designating the
name of the paper, and the dale whioh it shall
bear.
The Mob oitst ari.'uuipany the order in all
cases.
How the South Know What Republicanism Is.
Tbe retiring Governor of Michigan, In hU
parting message to tbe Legislature ot that
State, on the first inet , saw proper to charge
tbe present sectional excitement in the country
to the misrepresentations of Republicans by
Democratic Presidents and the Northern Demo
crats Presses.
It is plain from this, that tbe Southern people
have formed an opinion of Republicanism, and
that opinion has placed them In a position an
tagonistic to the North, where they suppose Re
publicanism to be dominant.
But bow came the South to form an orinioo
to hostile to Republicanism as to cause the ma
jority of the people in the whole State to prefer
ail the disadvantages and evils of separating
from tbe Union to remaining in it with Repub
licanitm cootroling its destinies? Tbey have
derived it, not from tbe representations or mis
representations of Democrats, but from the plat
forms of tbe Republican party, from the resolu
tions speeches aid other proceedings at its
public meetings, from the acts and official pa
pers of its Executive and other State offloers,
and from the resolutions and statutes of State
Legislatures in which Republicans have the ma
jority. These thingr, just as they occurred,
' without note or comment," have, by means of
tbe telegraph and the press, reohed every vll
lageand't enctraUd into every household In tbe
slaveboldlng States, and aroused to frenzy al
most a peopie, naturally and with reason, jea
lous of any Interference with Iheir domestic re
lations. Take for a sample the message of the retiring
' Governor of Michigan, to which we have allnd
ed. After charging the Northern Democratic
Press with misrepresenting the principles and
designs of tbt Republican party, tbe Governor
goes on to declaro that tbe Personal Liberty
laws of that StAto are right, and speak of the
sentiments of the people; that they are in strict
accordance with the Constitution, and should
not be repealed. He says: "Let them stand.
This it no time for timid and vacillating conn
sell, while tbe ery of treaion is ringing in onr
ears," plainly implying that he it opposed to all
concession aud rompromle for trie sake of the
Onion.
Of the same spirit and tenor are the luanga
ral. addresses of Messrs. Washburnc, Andbxw
and Blah, tbe new Governors, respectively of
Maine, Massachusetts, and Michigan-- By this
time the sentiments of these functionaries as
publicly made known to their respective Legis
latures, are familiar -to every intelligent and
active man in the South. ,
.When Southern men are told that the prlncl
pies and designs of the Republican party are
misrepresented by the Democratic Press, what
must tbey think when they read in the official,
documents of Republican Governors, that Per
sonal Liberty bills are right, that the people
will not permit their repeal, and that, as Gov.
Moioan, of New York affirms, in hit late mes
sage, the Northern people are inflexibly opposed
to any farther lextensiop of slavery upon any
terms? Can anything stronger be laid or dona
to kindle In the slaveboldlng Statet the fire of
sedition, and cause tfcem to nnite with South
Carolina in forming a Southern Confederacy T
We do not believe that tbe Governors of whom
we have spoken truly reflect the sentiments
of the mast of the people .jo- their respective
estates, we Deiiovetnose sentiments are tast
becorolBtr' conservative? ! Bui never will our
Southern' ne'lghliors', give credit to 'such state
ment! at this, until aur publio mtn and legisla
tive; bodlee in tbe North speak and act In a dif
ferent manner ' from what a large portion of
tbtot havt dont for the last four or flveyears,
The Message.
We tpread before our readen tbe Message of
Governor Dinnison to the General Assembly
of Ohio, which body assembled this morning ar
tbe Capitol, In accordance with, tho retolutlon
to that effeot, passed at the regular tession of
I860, "II MB l.l.;Sf .
We have neither space nor time to offer an
B7
comments on the Message to-day? 'JL!J"l,
At a competition it It decidedly tuperlor to
the Inaugural" of the Governor, and In temper
toward the Southern States, It Is lightly nodi-
fled In toue.but tbe spirit oUtotlpnalism ittUU
there.tJ ! ,,m nfunntJ t r '
We will- take, occasion rhtreaftef toftobmlt
our view on thots points In which we distent
from tbe Governor. - v?-i ii
Political Callendar for January, 1861.
SO
, Jan. 1. Meeting of the Legislatures of Maine,
Maiaaohusetti New York , Pennsylvania,
Mlonlg&n, and Missouri. .
Jan. 2. Georgia election of delegates to
G,, r i' .. . nr..,,. i. . . . '
uww ,wuuf euvivu mveuug ot me ueiaware
Legislature.
Jan. 3. Meeting ol the Florida Conven
tion. )
Jan. 7 Meeting of the Legislatures of Ohio
Virginia and Tennessee Meeting of the Ala
bama and Mississippi State Conventions Hon
isiana election of delegates to State Conven
io'o. .
Jan. 8. Texas elentlon ol delegates to State
Convention.
Jan. 14. Extra session of Alabama Leitit-
laiure.
Ju. 17. Meetlug ol the Kentucky Legists
tare.
Jan. Si, Extra session of Texas Lpeiala-
lure.
Jan. 33. Meetlug of the Louisiana State
Convention. ,'
Jan. 20. Meeting of the Texas State Con
vention.
The Message and Documents.
The tri weekly Statesman of to-morrow will
contain the Governor's Message, and a compre
hensive abstract ol the reports of the Treasur
er, Secretary, Comptroller, the various beuevo
lent Institutions, the Penitent!
- ef J
&o., Slo , &c, making it a very desirable pa
per 'for members and others to send to their
constituents and friends. It will be supplied
at the rate ot two dollars per hundred. Or.
dert must be sent in by nine o'clock to-morrow
morning.
is
To Members of the Legislature.
We tend the present number of the Statci-
man to tbe members and officers of both branch
es ot the Legislature. Such as desire it to be
continued to them during the session, will re
tain it, and those who do not desire to have7 it
will please return this number under cover, ad
dressed to tbe Ohio Slataman Office.
LOCAL MATTERS.
The Adams Express Comnanv Dlaces us dailv
under obligations to it for the verv lataat nannrn
from the eastern cities.
on
The American Express Comnanv has our
thanks for its daily favort in the shaceofthe
very latest eastern papers.
It
Mk s M. 0. Gisss. On the invitation of sev
eral gentlemen, MissMaooic O.Gissi has been
Induced to consent to give readings at the Con
gregational Church .commenting at eight o'clock
to-morrow evening. Those who have .heard
MistGiBBS, pronounce her as a reader one of
the best, and capable of moving an audience
alike to tears and mirth,ancording to the nature
of tbe subject. A crowded house may be ex
pected at the Congregational Church to morrow
evening.
0There have been ebipped the list year
from one establishment in this city, by Wm.
Baud, No. 150, Fourth St., 1,300 barrels of
Eggs, at an average of 83 dnxen to the barrel,
making 107,900 Dozen.
O Our citizens will be pleased to learn, by
advertisement in another column, that Mrs.
Narian Jali9 will give two concerts at Armory
Hall one on Wednesday, and the other on
Tbn sday evening of this week.
Takin. However, that is neither here nor
there; she went home to breakfast, and had
sbaroely eaught tbe full flavor of her first sip of
tea, when tbe servant passed her a plate of bis
cuit, the tight of which, to say nothing of smell,
immediately threw her Into violent hysterics.
Oh!" she exclaimed, in an agonizing tone of
voice, "take the horrid things from my sight-"
This sad spectacle would have been prevented
tad the cook, used D. B. De Land & Co.'s
Chemical Saleratus, lostead of the worthless,
impure stuff which did find Its way into that
otherwise peaceful and happy household. D. B.
De Land & Co., Fatrporf, Monroe Co , N. Y ,
make a perfectly pure and reliable Saleritua.
It can be procured of most dealers in groceries,
and at wholesale from the grocers in large
towns, and of the manufacturers.
ADvinr to Ladiis We are aware there are
many of our lady readers who are complaining
of weakness and debility. Our advice is to go
at once and get some of McLean's Strinoth
inIno Cordial and Blood Pdrifiir. It is a de
lioiout Tonic, and just the thing to sti!qthin
and lNviootATi the whole organization, and
Purift Iht Blood.' See advertisement in an
other column.
Exoillint. Have yon yet tried Guernsey's
Balm? If not, why not? Have yon donbtt re
garding Its efficacy? One application of tbe
Balm will not dispel your donbts, but will, at
the time, remove torenesa and inflammation.
After this, don't be without It.
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Hair Invigorator in another column.
GUERNSEY'S BALM!
NEWARK7 MACHINE WORKS,
NEWABK OmO, ';
rrjannfactarora of all kind of for
tabio ana stationary a team En-
glnes, saw mule, Urltt Irtllla,
,.-..,? dSCaf cVCe i '!M !,. I ,w i;:
LAJfS OJlITtaUnl B. A F. HAMTStaUnl
J. J B. DUVALL Beaten III COLUMBUS
irAtitmne M: Bnutm iisa . -
I f : n kaa fci at CO. Mmtllll
' "' Onr fortablt Sogloa and 8aw Mill
Was awarded the first premium of ISO at the Indiana
ptaUIalr for KCJ) over tant JtBodley'a on account of
price,Ulghtneet, simplicity , economy of fuel
- andwperlor'charaoterof lumber tawed. "
l vur stationary engine wm awarded at the same Fair
the first eremlam a! ttfOO . .. '..
m$2.T r?!41". Ingin w" "fdra. the first premium of
.Tf" w" Mempnis, 'Aenn.,over Blandy's Du
yali'a, Columbus MaahlneOo's., and Bradford fc Oo's.,
ty a eommtttee of praotloal Baliroad Kninftra. . u
I Tor price and terms address , . ''
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decS-dkwljreota. ... . , ,, Mwrk.Ohio.
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TELEGRAPHIC!
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
CONGRESSIONAL.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 5.
SENATE.
Ur. Thommon aroKDled tht resolutions of a nulilli
meeting In N Jtrify, lu favor of iiutalnlng
Union. Laid on tha table.
Mr. Hason oil'ered a molntlan at Innuin, l,.i
ocommrj oi nar aive me Denaco aeonv or in, a r, a
nad from the Department to the olUcera oommanilntr
. .wiiiui;b,ivii iu duuui varoiioa; ainca tno lit
noyomuer; alio a copy ot any pianior rocommendatlons
roiaiivo w increaemir mo rorcei. ara-hnrvUi. nth
forti and araanala in Virginia, or any of Ui Btateiln tho
tooth, by the Commander-in-Chief, and ir
urucn were muea in pnnuanca tuereor. Laid over.
Ur. SuMNta offered aDutltlnn nf Uoui n.ii nrnr....
chuietta, aaking that an amendment to the Oooitltullon
mug wai u mav recogniae ilia exutenc or a God
reierrea ui me uaiciary uommtttee.
Air. Buobll a reiolution to xmtl th 1-ui.t.j
rreai reporter mm me reporter! galleile, traa taken up
Altera brief dlaciualon, he withdrew It.
Mr. Bbwaro nreiented a natitinn fmm oUlmanant u.
York, aaWng for the pauage of the Paolllo railroad bill.
On motion of Mr. U win. tha PiplHn liaiimH nnn
mil waiiaaen up.
air, eiu'Aao laid that he ahonld vote for the bill, al
though he hail lome objection! to It, lie nreferred the
more northerly route, butahould vote for thli propor
tion, aa It had been theoneareatohlectof hl iifetauu-nra
uuu a grana reiun. xne great evil ofonr lieaesia leotlor a'-
um aua ue oaniter ol disunion by lectlonaliam. Krery
man call! on every other man for compromlae to devi.e
lome new meant to cement to gather the Btatei which It
la apprehended are In danger or falling apart,
lie had llitened to every meaiura that had been aug-
b"" worum wth, uui oerd waa onerorwnicn ne
waa prepared to vote. He wanted It to be known at ev
ery day and hour It wai apprehended the tTolon waa fall
ing to plecei, yet that Congren had placed on thettatut
book! ai a recorded fact, an annrnoriulinn r nln.i..i
millione of dollar! to bind together the North aud tha
Booth, tlie Eaataod tha Weit. It la a inut m.m r
oonciiiiauoD, pacincauon, compromlie and ot Union.
The bill glvea exact and eiiual guarantee to all. There
one interrat and civilization at the North, another
intereit and clvlllzatlen at the South. Thli meaiure
equally provide! for the progreii and development or
the northern civilization aa well as that of tha tooth. Be
thought the outlay would be amply returned . The ad
vance of rallroada and the ipread of civilization will de
velon the indue tryof the North and touth.inrf .im .t..i.
alproiperlty,an aggrandizement to the I nlied 8tatei,inr
pwiugau uistwooio do accompiiioed by any policy
that could ever be punned by the Government lu thirty
yan. ,
The wtalth and ponulat ion of tha United Htni- .hii k
doubled.
Ue refered to the artat luccen of the fan. I in v..
l'ork, connecting the great Lakea with tide water. Tho
PacBc Railroad waa no lectional work, but a great Na
tional enterprise, which if completed, will extend Amer
ican principles over the PaclBccoaitand the Aiiitic Na
tions. Mr. Kiel Mid. after what he had heard, he could not
hope hli n-aolution would le accepted. Ue claimed that
tha great North. weit would not be only not benefited,
but injured by the route provided In thia bill. Ue hail
been told mat tna bill would aave the Union; uio, hi
waa willing to vote lor it. Ue wai a Union mm, and if
the Booth waiwilllng to tike money for their principle!,
would give It, provided that when they got it, they
would not leave the Union.
Mr. H ica then offered an amendment providing: for an
other route from Minneiiota to Pugel'a Bound.
Mr. Polk moved lo amend, ao ai to make the route
from the mouth of the Kanaaa river.
Mr. Uwin hoped that no amendments would lie nut un
tbe bill ; unless they were of vital Importance. Al-
inougn ne waa in ravor oi tno present terminus, yet he
thought it dangeroua to load the bill with amendment!.
Mr. Oaten aald he waa in favor of perfecting the bill
waa right that both branchei of Oongreis should delib
erate upon and perfect any measure.
Mr. Wilson, thought I he amendment of the Senator
from Missouri right, and ahould vote for it. He also
thought we ought to perfect the bill and make it as good
iussiuie.
Mr. Foot, laid that he should vote for the substitute
the Senator from Minnesota, and if that failed, he
should vote for the House bill. He waa and always had
been la favor of any roads connecting us with the Paci
fic .
Tha discussion was continued by Messrs. Push. Lath
am, Fcssenden, Polk and others.
Mr. Folk s amendment was a? reed to br aces 35. i
Mr. Baioo offered an amendment. 4hat Ihe act of the
Corporation lie submitted to Congress and approved be
fore tbe bill takes effect.
Mr. Bkxjamisi was opposed to conferring brlvilem of
bill on any close corporation; they onght to beaiveo
any cltln of th lin'tod rHates cbooaing to take ad
vantage of them.
xne aiscussion was mriner continues i,y turns. Bv
ker and others.
Adjourned until Monday"
From Maryland.
Baltimore, Jan. 6. Bov. Hicks publishes an address
the cititesa or aiamand. giving his reasons for refus
ng to eonvene the Legislature, it nils two columns of
America t, and abounds with most emphatic union
sentiments.
The following are extracts' "I firmly believe that a
division of the Government would inevitably produce
civil war. Tna secessionists oi Bouin Carolina, and
tho fanatical demagogues oi tne fioilh, have alike nro
claimed that that will be a result, and no man of sense. In
opionlon, can qoetion It. What could tbe Leiislatnra
in this crisis, if continued, to remove the present
injuoici, wnicu ucnci lum iuiou- ira are loin rjy uie
leading spirits of the Boifth Carolina Convention, that
neitner tne election oi Liinooin, nor tne non eiecution
the fugitive slave law, nor both osmhlued constitute
grievances. They declare that I he real cause of their
scontent dales aa lar back aa
Man land and every other Slate In the Union aith a
unanimous voice then declared the cause was insufficient
Jusnify the course of South Carolina. Can It be that
people who then unanimously supported the cause of
Oen. Jackson, will now yield their opiolon at the bidding
medern secessionists? I hare been told that the post
on of Maryland shall be defined so that both sections
could understand it. Do any reily misunderstand her
position? Who that wishes to understand can fail
do ao.' it uie action ei tne Legislature wonld
simply to declare that Maryland was with the Hon Hi in
sympathy and feeling, that she demands from Ihe norib
repeal ot ouensivc, unconstitutional Statutes, and
appeals to It for new guaranties; that ahe will wait a
reasonable time for the north 0 purge her Statue books.
as to do justice lo her Southern brethren, and If
her appea'a are vain, will make common cause aith
her eister border Slates, in resistance to tyranny, if
need be, It would only be saying what the whole country
well knows, and what maybe laid much more effectually
her people themselves, than the legislature chooscn
Ighteen months since, wneo none of the Questions were
before them.
That Maryland is a Southern conservative Sl,i.
know, who knew her people or her history. The bust"
ness andagricultnral classes of plsntera and merchants,
aeechanlceand lafbrlngmen, those who have real estate
community, who would be forced to pay tha tax and
and do tbe fighting, are the persons who should be heard.
preference to ezciled politicians, many of whom hav
Ingnolbing to lose from Ihe destruction of the Govern
ment, hope to derive some gain from the min of the
Stale.
Such ruin would tatorally urge you to null down
pillars of this accursed Union, which their allies at
North, have denominated a covenant with hell. The
geople of Maryland, If left io themselves, would decide
with scarcely an exception, that there is nothing in tha
presenteaases of complaint, tojustlfy Immediate seces
sion, and yet against our judgments and solemn convic
tion of duty, we are ro be precipitated into civil war, be
cause South Carolina thinks differently.
Are we not equals, or shall her opinion control our
action, after we bare solemnly declared-for ourselves, aa
every man most, are we to be forced to yield our odlnions
those of another State, and thus in effect obey her
mandate? She refuses to wait for our counsels. Are we
bound to obey her commands! The men who have em.
barked in thia scheme to convene tbe legislature will
pare no pains to carry meir point.
The whole plan ot operations In tha event of Ihe as
semblage of the Legislature, Is, as I have been Informed.
already marked out. The list of ambassadors who are to
nisit the other states la already agreed on, and the reso
lutions which they hope will be passed by the Legisla
ture, fully committing this State to secession are said to
already prepared.
In the course or nature I cannot have long to live, and
fervently trust to be allowed to end my daysacitlsen
this gloriousTnion, but should I be compelled to Wit
ness the down fall of that Government Inherited from our
fathers, established, as it were, by tie sreeial favor of
God, I will at least have the consolation at my dylog
nonr mat a noitusr vy wuru nur ueru aisistea in naSICO
THOS. H. HICKS
From Washington.
Wasiiikotos, Jau. 0. The Crittenden
seems to be fretnlns; friends, who entertain the opinion
that If it were fairly presented to the people. It would h
accepted by them aa a basis of settlement. The main
difficulty, however, In the way. Is that some panlts are
present Indisposed to offer it without assurances that
others would receive It In a mutual spirit of accommoda
lion irom duiii nurin ana bouiu.
Officers from the city of New York, are hero endeavor
tna to ferret out the complicity of the Government in.
tera with the theft and eala of the State bonds taken frvm
tne interior veparimeoi. ane onject la to prosecute In
behalf of the holders of tha bonds, who are threatened
wtin loss incase oi ino aitrmpis io recover them.
Tbe enrollment ol the District of Columbia militia will
crobably commence to morrow. A plan for Its
taauon waa maiurco more man six months ago, but all
the officers were notappolnted till recently. The move
ment now la to so concentrate the militia aa to be'efflcient
lor service snouia u ne necessary at any time to call
them out to preserve the peace.
Hot mora than osa company of merl? were sant yes
terday to farrison Fort Waahin'ton, which Is on the Po
tomac aboat fourteen miles from Wash In jton . The fort
has had no garrison tor a number of years. The object
of aannlvlnx It with one now Is to avert tha .imiiiw
of Its being occupied by lawless persons aa a rsliinr point
for mischief . .
The troops ordered from Leavenworth to JL Mnn.n.
rr, are not to be sent Booth ai wrongly supposed
many giuuemoo irom mi. aoouou.
The Alabama and Mississippi detention teld a confer
enoa laat night, and afterwards telegraphed to the Gover
nors, of their reap -olive States, advising them to secede
Immediately, aiylng there Is no prospect of a aati.r.rtn
ry adjnalmeat. Tbey resolved to remain here awaltlna
-. www v. .".I, u,..:,i
The oomsalttea on the nart of tha hord.. Ht.i.. at.
Crittenden chairman, held a second meeting laat night,
and at 12 e'elock adonted the following nrnnnmnr,..li..
commending a repeat of all personal liberty bills: That
tha Fugitive Blare taw be amended for ths preventing
of kidnapping, an aa aa to nnvld fn- th. .n,,.n...ir
of tha commissioners fee, Sec That the Constitution
so amended as to prohibit any Interference with alarery
In h. flt.l.. Wh.M I. mam --!-- .
' That Congress shall not abolish aleverv In ih. anmh.
era Book yards, Arstnala, fco- nor In the District of Co
lombia, without the consent of tha lnh.hit.nN nr
District, no without compensation ; that Congress shall
not Interfere wtta the inter-State slave trade, that there
Shall baaperpetaal prohibition of ths African slave trade.
that aba Uneof,30-3O' shall be run through all th, exist
territory of tha U. 8., that In all nerth of tha line slavery
shall be prohibited, and that south of that line neither
OongTeta, nor th territorial legislature, shall hereafter,
ras any law abolishing, prohibiting nor la any manner
intenerinf wim Ainoan slavery, and mat when any
oontatng a sufflotant population for reprasenla
tiv shall appiv for admlaaioo. It snail he admitted
or witnons slavery as its people shall sleet.
Mr. Hamilton, ot Texas, aubmltud a proposition
favor of calling a National Convention of delegater, fresh
from the people, with a view of amending the Constitu
tion sa as to mast the requlremeurs ol all sections of
country. : i.
Florida Secession Convention.
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TillaHassi. Jan. 5. JudaeMcflae. of Aladisan.
elected permanent President af tha Oonvantlon.
morning session was consumed tn efleotlag an orianlrg.
tlon. Durlna tbe afternoon resolutions were offered
olarlng tha right of Florida to secede; declaring
oauae for it exercise, and tha duty of the B lata to pre
pare for It. Discussion! resulted as to the valley
sneir immauiate passage. Tlie resolutions were Hnallv
uws aipaviai oraer tor aaonaay. Aojournaa Ult aton-
uar.
From tha sentiment of prominent members. It la un.
questionable that tbe Legislature will not act witbont
mature deliberation. There Is no excitement here, but
an are jooaingcaimiy to warn turtner events.
In Honor of Major Anderson.
Auburn. Jan. nth. One hundred tuna were flrad
mis otiy tnit evening in nonor or aai. Anderson.
Utica. Jan. 5th. Two salutes of Miunsanrh want
area tuis aiwrnoon, tor major Anaerson ana tbe Union.
It Is propoied to honor the memory ol Old Hickory
the tame way on Tuesday next, tha anniversary of the
battle cf New Orleans.
WHiTLIBIo.Jao. 5, One hundred tuns wan flrad kv
mo uuiun miBw uay, iu uouor oi oiajor anaerson
Schinsctadt. Jsn. 5. The 30th reslment. laat man.
ing, onder Canta. Brvron aud Tan Inaen. fired a anluta
of thirty three guns and thirty-three rocketa In honor
aioior Anaerson ana bis tirave men, and national airs
were piayeu, amid cueert for major Anderson and Sacra
tarlei Holt and Stanton.
lURRisnnan. Pa.. Jan. .I. A nroleet is dln usi-,1 tn
night inside of political circles, lo annolnt a Rommlttaa
o irienua to reconcile tne interests or uessrs. Cowan
and Wllmot, both candidates for the United Btatea Sena.
torsnip. it i recommended that one of the parties take
un tong aenaioriai term, ana we otner tne vacancy oc.
CHioned by Gen. Camerons resignation.
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Photography upon Porcelain.
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having secured their novel and ingenious Invention by
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ferred. As the patented process of the Oomnan anablea the
reproduction of Photographs, not only on plain surfaces,
but upon such as are round or of aay degree of Irregu
larity portralta can be reproduced with faultless accu
racy, and delicacy of delineation, unon Porcelain vans
of any description and dimension used as articles of lux
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Trns, Vases, Breakfast Cupt, Toilet
Article, olc;
thereby securing faithful portraits and furnlshlne- a
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in uomeatic nse.
In order to furnish facilities for the gratification of the
popular taste, and to meet the wants of those patrons
of the Fine Arte desirous of having Portralta on Porce
lain, me uompany nave imported from Kurope a collec
tion of superior porcelain goods, manufactured to their
own order, which they will aeil at cost prices.
As the American Company are owners of the patent
right, and ounseqnently the only persons authorised to
nae the process, they have determiued, In order.
ro afford people In every section of
tne union
an opportunity to possess
Portrait on China,
to make the following proposition to
Healdeata In the Country, who are
unaoie to viait personally ina ais.
liar aaaael Galleries) iu New York.
Persona aending a photograph, ambrotvpe. or daireav-
reotpye to the office of the Company in New York , ac
companied py
Five Dollars,
will receive In return by express, free cf other charge,
A richly ornamented Breakfast Cnp
ussaa naucer, wim ine srorsraif
transferred thereon.
By transmitting a daguerreotype and
Ten Dollars,
tbey will aecure, In like manner,
A handsome French Vase or Toilet
Article,
with the portrait reproduced by Ihe patented process By
semilog a pair oi daguerreotypes and
Fifteen Dollars,
they will receive In return
A Pair of rich Serrce Vase,
witlrthe portraits executed equal to miniature oalnllnirs
and, in like manner, portraits can be reproduced on por
celain wares or
Vasea of every quality of finUht
ranging in price from
Twenty to One Hundred Dollars
the Pair.
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All letters to be addressed to
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one detriment of their comfort, business, and health,
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ai ft.tn ) j
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. 8. . BAalUICL at CO..
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Bee advei tisement In another column .
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clans, who will Had klrl." .T'.V"" ? ?"
acceptance and approval. r ,ne"
,jlMi - .uure rename Heme
evlr.n.- hy "'"" nd reUil dealers,
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MEDICAL AND TOILET
RECEIPT BOOK
This book contains .RecWnf. and Direction. r, m.
klng all the moat valuable Medical nrenaratlona In .....
also Recipes and full and explicit direction. rr m.vin.
all the most popular and useful Cosmetics, Perfumes,
unguenti, Huir Restoratives, and all Toilet Articles. If
you are suffering with any chronic disease If you wish a
oeauiuui complexion, a One brad of balr, a smooth face,
a dear skin, a luxuriant beard or moustache or If you
wish to know any thing and every thing in the Medical
and Toilet line, you should by all means peruse a aopy
ofthlsbook. For full partlculara and a mni. nf n,.
work for perusal, (free) address the publlsVr,
T. F. CIIAPMAN,
No. B31 Broadway, New Vork
ociaodlm '
HAIlt DYE HAIR . DYE.
Wm. A. Batchelor'i Hair Dye!
Ths Original and Best in the Worldl
All others are mere Imitations, and should he avoided
If you wish to escape ridicule.
ORAT, RED OR R0BTT ITAIR Dyed Instantly to'a
beautirui and ISaturilBruwu ur Black, without Injury to
stair or nun.
FIFTRRN MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS .... k..
awarded to Wm. A. Batchelor since 1839. and over 80.00
applications have bean made to lha Hair of his patrons
of his famous dye.
WM. A. BATCniLOR'8 I1AIR DTI produces a col
or not to be distinguished from nature, and la warranted
aot to lnure In the least, however long It may be contin
ued, and the ill effects of Bad Dyea remedied; theltalr
Invigorated for life by this splendid Dye.
Sold in all cities and towns of Ihe United States
Druggists and Fancy OoodtDealers.
lO'Ths Genuine hu tha name and address upon a steel
plate engraving on four sides of each box, of WILLIAM
A. BATCHELOR, Address
CHARL1S BATCJJKLOR, PJoprletor,
JylZ-wly 81 Barclay street, New York.
To Consumptives.
The Advertiser, having been restored to health in a few
weeks by aery simple remedy, after having suffered!
eral years with a savers lung affection, and that dread
disease. Consumption Is anxious to make known to bis
fellow sufferers ths means of euro.
To all who desire It, he will send a copy of the presorts
tlon used (free of charge), with ths directions for prepa
Ing and using the same, which they will find a seas Co
for Consoiii-tioh, Asthma, Bronchitis, ka. The only
object of ths advertiser! sending the Prescription la to
benefit tbe afflicted, aod spread Information which he con
ceives to be Invaluable, and be hopes every sufferer will
try bis remedy, as It will cost them nothing, and may
prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription will please sddress
Rev. SDWARD A. WILSON,
Wllllamsburgh, .
Kings County, New lork.
oct3:wly
MOFFAT'S LIFE P1XL8.
In all cases of Bnillveneas, dyspepsia, billions and llvei
affections, piles, rheumatism, fevers and agues, obstl
nate head aches, and all general derangements of health
these Pills have Invariably proved a certain and speedy
remedy. A single trial will place the Life Pills beyond
the reach of competition tn the estimation of every pa
tient.
Dr. Moffat's Phoenla Bitters will be found squally sf
fieadous In all cases of nervous debility, dyspepsia, head
ache, ths sickness Incident to females tn delicate health,
and every kind of weakness of the digestive organs.
lor sale by Dr. W. B. MOIf AT, Stt, Broadway, N. Y.
and by all Druggists. maySS-dJcwlj
Ths following it an extract from a
letter written by the Rer. J. B. Holme, patter ol the
Plerrepolnt B treat Baptist iJhurch, Brooklyn, N. T.,lo
the'Moumal and Messenger," Cincinnati, 0., and speaks
volumes in favor of that woavd renowned medicine, Mas
Wixslow's SooTniaa Srarr roa Cmi.oara TsarrmRa:
'We see an advertlsment In your eolumna of Mas
Wikslow's Bootbiko Bvaur. Now we never aaida word
In favor of a patent medicine before In our lire, but we
feel compel lad to say to your readers that thia Is no hum
bug WS WAV! TA1ID IT, AUD K10W IT TO Ba AU. IT
cuius. It Is probably ona of the most successful medi
cines of the day, because It Is one ot the best. And those
or your readers who have babies can't do better than;
lay Ina supply." oc?7:lydA:w
W. A. Batohelor't Hair Dye!
This splendid Balr Dye has no equal Instantaneous In
effect Beautiful Black or Natural Brown no staining
tha akin or Injuring tha Hair remedies the absurd and II
effect of Bad Dyes, and Invigorates tha hair for life.
Nona are genuine unless signed "W, A. Batchelor."
Bold everywhere.
OHAR. BATOHILOR, Proprietor,
Jyl&wly 81 Barclay Street, New York
ADVERTISEMENT.
R1
For ths INSTANT RELIEF
and PERMANENT CURB of th
distressing complaint ass
EN DT'I
BEOKCHIAL CIQAEETTK8,
Made by 0. B. SEYMOUR CO., 107 Naaaaa St., N. T.
rnca i per box; sent rrea by poet.
FOR BALI AT ALL DRUGGISTS
asayS-dAwIyls
HOUDAV PRE$ENTSa
ALIXAHDR'B KID GLOTES. -
POINT LACE COLLARS. . 1 -
VALENCIENNES COLLARS Sc BLEEVES
KMB'D MUSLIN do , do
LINEN do do
ZOUAVE B030M8 do
PINE APPLE HANDKIROBIEf S, GILT BELTS.
aSBHUIUBIlBU 00 slAltt rlBTB
MOURNING 'do ' " ' ' NUBIAS.
HEMMED, STITCHED, do HOODS.
iGRENIDINB Ac LAOM VEILS BLEEVES
LACE COIFFURES at BARBES, CORSETS
For sale by ; PETER BAIN, i
dacSl. No. 99, Bouth High Street.
Holiday Presents.
nLAIN ALL ITOOL DE LAIKES; ON
1 It 95 cents . yard. Rich Fancy SUks at 5U canta
...... .... ., .
, PETER BAIN,
deoSO . " ' No. 99 Bouth High Street
WICsTEH ItaL.AINES,
WINTER DeLAINES, ' i i
- WINTER D.LAINES.
New styles and very cheap at BAIN'S '
novM. No. 99 Booth High street.
A LEXANDHIiS KID fiLelVKW.
iY All ataea and colon lust ooenad as It ATWII. I '
deo.ll. . - No. 99 Bouth High street.
117 1 UK MANTLE BAHAGE8, BOTH
v v '
White and Black, Just received at
JyW
BAnri.
I
I
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
ARMORY HALL.
UKAND OPEHATIC AND BALLAD
K o o r o laiiT i
MADAME' VARIAN JAMES,
THE A 11 E HI I' AN PRIIHA DONNA,
(whose aucceaa through tbe laat, Bouth and Wast has
bean unparalelled for years by any former artiste) has
the honor of announcing
TWO GRAND CONCERTS
ai above, on Wednesday and Thursday evenings, January
9th and 10th, on which occasions aha will be asalsttd
other Eminent Artistes under tht direction of
MR. IC. HOFFMAJST,
The Dletlnrnlsned Pianist.
The entertainment will conclude taun evening wllb
the 8TAK SPANULED BANNER, in costume as the
Qoodsss or Libirtv, by
MADAME JAMES.
Becelved everywhere with Triple Encores.
IO The sale of aeats will commence Tuesday after
noon at tha Music Btore
Hj No extra charge for tecorlng seals.
Tickets Mic.
Doors open at 7. Commence at II. , Jan? dtf.
High Breet Btor
fOH SALE.
TUB 'milKE ITOBYFIBE PROOF
STORY BOUSE. No 16-'. oceunled by Akin at In-
oiy, Btove Dealers, completely fitted with Gaa, Vnrnlce
and Hoisting Jack. Tbe lot la liu by vti, ana is ofiered
on reasonable terms.
Aoolr tn
WM. B
BROWN.
Jan7-dni.
No.
33, North Third Street.
TWO NIGHTS ONLY!
ALF BURNET.
Till WORLD RINOWNID
MIMIC AND DELINEATOR
OFC0MI0 CHARACTER,
will give two of his
CHASTE AND AMUSING
ENTERTAINMENTS
AT ARMORY HALL,
On MONDAY and TCISDAY EVE, January 7th and 8th.
Adolialon t..iS Cants.
Doirs open at fix o'clock, Performance to commence
' 7 'l loclt
Jeoidat
GRaUsD
OPERATIC AND BALLAD
CONCERT!
THIS FAVORITE IS COMING !
MADAME VARIAN .TAMES,
THE NEW AMERICAN PRIMA DONNA,
who U now pronounced by all critics to be tha best Ar
tiste before the public, will shortly arrive and give
Two Grand Concerts in thia City!
an) did
l
PBICXB BXSTJCRD
lirom the New York Observer.
As all parties manufacturing Sewing Machines are ob
liged lo pay Mr. Howe a license on each machine sold,
and are a ao compelled to make returns to him, under
oaui. as to tne number sold, nis ooosi give a correct state
ment. From this reliable souroa we have obtained the
following statistics. Of the machines made in the year
1959, there wan sold,
By Wheeler it Wilson 21.305
'- I. M. Singer sk Co lO.BSd
" drover it Baker ltl,26i
(bowing the aales of Wheeler At Wilson to be double
those of any other Company."
Awarded the highest premiums at the
United States Pairs of 1RS8, lbitl and I860;
also at the
Ohio State Fairs of 1R59 and I860;
and at nearly all the County Pairs In the State.
Our nrtne. at Ih. l.t. Mwlnetinn. dr. flM 1am aa ttnv
tick ttich machine now sold, aod but a trifle higher than
the Interior two thread chain ttich machine), now
forced upon the market.
The WUBKLER it WILSON MACHINE make! Ihe
Lock Bticb the only one whlob cannot be raveled. It
it Alikc on Both HiDesof the soodi. leaving no ridat or
thalnonth under tide.
Alt machine! warranted 3 veart, and instruction
given in their nee, free of oharse.
it. KHAitr,ei nign it., tjoiumbos, o.
WM. SUMNER CO.,
dec3 !awd3mSLW6m Pike's Opera House, Cincinnati.
BORTLE & SHEDD,
No. 273 South High Street,
DEALERS IN
FINK FAMILY GHOCEBIES, FOH
sign and Domestic f raits, choloe Family flour,
Teas, io., are now In receipt af their entire Stock pur
chased within tbe past two weeks In New York at Panic
frlces.
Wa merely wish to aay that ws have every thing usual
lvkent In a tfrf ctars Grocery, and are determined to
sell our Goods at prices that will defy competition.
ICpCoode Delivered amy part ot
the City tree of Ckarg-e.
deci'-deodlm
WHITE WHEAT FAMILY FLOTJR,
Golden Are Brand." For sale only by BORTLB
at BIIEDD, No. S73 South Hlghstreet. dec71deodim
STF.WAHT'" 0OTJBLE EXTRA GOL
en Syrup, from drippings of Loaf Sugar at BORTLI
at BUEDD'd. dacl7-daodlm
t HtiinE aawa.ajAvn a iiannsnui jia
IT BORTLB ax SBEUD S, :3 Seh High street.
neotdeodim
rtHOICE HAISIN8, PRtJNEW, CUB
J rants and Fin. ckssp. at BORTLE at 8H HDD'S New
Grocery. declv-deodlm
FIRE rKACKKBS-IOO BOXES JSJKT
received by BORTLN As SHEDD, 273 South nigh
street. declH-aeodisa
lonsrrnncsm a as sra (as. a net TK1S.
Vj very oheap, at BORTLK k. BHEDD'S. ,
dol7-deodlna
nrui! hibrs AKD S.IUUOHSI FOH
A Medicalpnrposes,BeotohAlaand London Porter, at
BORTLB t SHEDD'S. decl7-deodlm
T30K KEFIJEUSSJUAA' SS ausss. a- un
i a i na ud all lha etandant Refined Suaars, cheaper
than the cheapest, solo BORTLI As BUBDD'a S73South
Hlghstreet ucc.-n-w
, . ' , jRSt RCNlTOil. is, i v
a II F. CH ilKEcin una BastiAvsa,
1UV TEAS 100 bags prima Rio Conea.
I AO pockets old Duten. UOTcrnmeni jara vuueo.
T6 ban Ceylon Ooffee.i
SOObbla. standard Whits Sofrers, consisting of Pow.
dred, Ohrushed, Oranulated A and B Coffee.
00 qulniala George Bank Oodflah.
SO bbls. Mesa and No. 1 Mackerel.
tea. Plok Salmon. -v - -lOObx.
Layer Raisins. 4. ",..
60hf. box do do
lOOqr. hoxdo da ' ' ' "
M a C.'; LI l. LEY
And Blank-Book Mfcnufaaturer,
HOBTH HIGH ITBXXT, COLTJTCBTJI, OHIO
aari l-dly , - . .
Orricaor 0. M.M. atCo.l
m t aa lmui
u. s
mna? lasnil. WSKKXINU Of THE
i Stockholders of tbe Oolumbus Machine Manafactur
log Co., for the election of Directors, will b liew
their office, on wednesaay, ina un u.y Z."1"",J'
at 10 o'clock A. . , , , w
deo.M:dlw. ... .
B"
CAKB BODAt
Sal Soda, .
v Baleralua. Oreatn Tartar v' fo
, Alum. Uadderi . . .
Ertraot !.. "
tor sals ei w
ocU - t
ain'KKI
, t. SuleamaB Building.
I ,
mn WVIRCHASK A COOD IIKMO-
1 CKATICPrintinrOffica.rej.
dw2-dodeir-. Delasrare, Ohio
3
MS
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by
at
By Stat Authority.
0R0ICI FIRST CLASS IMBOTUX0I, BY
J2TNA INSUBANCE CO.
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
- -arwaesau.
CASH OARTAL
ox,ooo,ocop
. WIT a a ITS,
00,0X4,1413.07.
th. pr-Hgaof ,1 jWooh.
INVESTMENTS OF
$100,000 in Ohio Securitiea.
All honet tquitblu ,d,u,4 mndprmttlyUt.
Tha lirffiat InaM ..a. ..a..
....' ..B", and amounted a. aiu oa, T
" pajopnor to 30 dayi after tha ini. '
loisei paid In Cincinnati An.i . . . '
a vws six faara.
IT7,eT8.48.
Property Inaurad
DANGERS OF, FIRE AKti PK-orra
OF
INLAND NAVIGATIONT
Kspeclal atUnUoa given to tha Insurance of
uwatLLINOB AND FARM PBOPIRTr,
a .. 'or terms of oae, three or flrs years.
AppllcaUons received and Polidas iasnad by
nxrjzsici: i. mt. a....
OFFICE IN CARPENTERS' BfTrrnra.
aeplSdlmla
Fire and Marine
INSURANCE AGENCY.
tnaliisurance Co.,
OF
HARTFORD, CONN.
Capital and Surplus - - $2,014,142.
North American Fire Insnrance C
or
HARTFORD, CONST.
Capital and Surplus - - - $351,084.
Norwich Fire Ins. Co.,
OF
NORWICH, CONN.
Capital and Surplus $222,22$.
Lamar Fire Insnrance Co ,
OF
NEW YORK CITY.
Capital and Surplus - - $348,049.
Providence Washington Ins. Co,,
OF
PROVIDENCE, R. I.
Capital and Surplus - - - $345,78G.
WESTERN MASS- INS. CO.,
OF '
PITT8FIKLD, MASS.
Capital and Surplus - - - $206,926.
Policies bsued without delay, on all descriptions of
Property. Losses equitably adjusted and promptly
FRED'K jTFAY, Agent,
OFFICE IN CARPENTER'S BUILDING
1 IT 8enth Ilig-b it., Colnmbas.
sepl3-dtmls
DwelUnjrs, Household Furniture and
FARM PEOPKRTT
Insured by tha
ETNA INSURANCE CO,,
OF EASTFORD, COra.,
For one, three or flro yean,
1DAT VI RT LOW BATIS..OI
Cash Capital $1,500,000.
NET ASSETS, $2,014,1 37.
Apply to
FREDERICK J. FAY, Aoint.
Office in Carpenter's Building,
ko. 1X7 Soutt Hlah St.,
councBTs, 0.
aeptl3dtmU.
GIFTS!
GIFTS!
FOB TBS
AT TBI
GIFTS!
GIFT BOOK STORE
NOW OPINING AT
Ho. 178, HIaBt.,bstwaentown aaiSloklu.
fsw doors sovih of ths XTaltod Butss Botol,
10,000 TOIITMXB
Of Choice Books on erary subject and x
10,000, XVrtU ol Jewelrr,
To.be flren to ths purchasers of them at time af sale
CALL AND BXAMIV1 OUR PLAN,
decg&dtf SLOOCM ft 00
WM. KNADE It CO.; '
AT THKIK NEW SALtHv ' ' i.-a
BOOM, SO. ISO SAXTZHOST.ritirmi
ABB l
N08. 1,1, S aod 7. ITJTAW ITKIT, v
Offer for sals thair calibrated
GOLDEN MEDAL, ,
GRAND
AND SHARE
PIANO-FORTES.
Beint hlahly recommandad br tha first Protaaaora and
Musical Aaaatearsot the eoantry, and
ETBRT
INSTRUMENT
WARRANTED POR '
. fITB TBARB
The moat faatldloat euatomer saar rely pom saint
pleased tn erery respect.
xerms unerai. nsa. ausajaa aa w.
SELTZER At WEBSTER, Affeota, .
OotSSOydw. , Columbaa, Ohio. .
THE MOST BTJCOCRSrCt. PAIN ODB
Est known, Is composed solely ef heellnf Oil.
Balaams and Gums. Actual obeerraUon and the cartia
sates of respeotasle persons wamutt as to stating peel-'
ttTelytnat
Bettt't Miiffnette (Ml owe BAemmatitm;
Seed' Magnetia Oil our UptnalAfteUon;
Reed' Magnetic Oil euros Jfeuralgia;
. Meed' Magnetia Oil our Weak Jointe;
' bad's Mncmetie (Ml cure Vlotrattd three;
Meed Magnetic Oil our Jferwout Betrdmoht; x
BeeaVe Magnetic OUeure Braeted Feet;
Reed' Magnetic Oil cure Brh Wound;
Seed' Magnetic Oil cure SteeUmo;
Hetd't Magnetia (Ml swree Paine in the Bitot; , '
, Reed' Magnetic (HI cure Menem Aftotieet; ' -
Reed't Magnetic Oil cure ierache ai JootheKhe.
' lor sale by SIMON JOHNSON, Daoaawr. Ptttsbairgh,
Pa., sole agent) sold also by B. A. lAUstBSroOK
00., R. B. SELLERS A CO., and Draggtsta generally,
at 83 eta. per bottle. . ... , saoledisw.
GUERNSEY'S BALM
REiHOrE AND aRKTEHTI B W
flamsaattoii and pain, and kaa Is Ihe worst Sara,
saald, brulae.cut, or freah woend of any kind, rerrnta ',
swelling and pain froaa bee stings, mosqulte bttea, aod
poisonous plants, Beuralgta. . rhaumatlain, aawa la lbs
breaat, salt rfaeam, eto. Whm taken Intemaliy, It will
poaitlTely care eronp la children, and glres u mod lata
rellefai the want raas ef this usrrthle eoaaplaiDii alaa.
remone hoaraaneas and aore threat. Prlos, Sf eekas a
bottle. : Should a la rrsry Coaae. ' lor aajehy Dnif-H'
gtatSHlitorekeapesw. t IRVITON, r j
Sole Proprietor, Be. 1 Ipraoe at., Mew lea
aetsdaswlyte ...
Printing OCco for Dale i
TRB CAHRBtX COrHTT-BFUIeVU
CHAT OPIICB to offered far sale on Tory rea
sonable tarma. Te a Bractloal prinrtr thto la a ehaacS
let abargala.' threw eandre dollars dowa and tbw j
aalaaoa In two yaara. The effloe baa a good nta as Job
woiw aud adTeitlatng patrooairfc for artlculra-
declO-twAwSw.
Camilla, Ohio.

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