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VOL: VII. NO. M.
NEW SEBIES.
COLUMBUS. OHIO. WEDNESDAY- EVENING. JANUAEY
9. 1861.
ixi soliabs pes tub;
XnrarUbly in A&nnet.
DAILY. fKI-WEElLY AMD WEEKLY
MAMYPENNY fit MILLER,
PUBLISH: RB AMD PROPRIETORS.
ICT OfUae Kos. 80, 83 and 40, Horth High St.
TEB.MK INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. "
Dally -; 6 00 pryear.
, fly the Carrier, per weok, sent.
Crt-WejWv. . - . 60 per yr.
WwWf J 1 00 .
,-,. ' tdVertUlng tf tit Square.
i,t4Ul. ' ....$ 00 Or square 3wke..M 00
J. - I. mor.lh. 18 tt On. ?IffJ ? 7J
iplw'ci;ftirtlHnwnM half Bore ttan ths above
'iSIyeiii'semetits iMde r'w column of
&tfrtAT6Utt;"dm,blthoriUfKnratM.
li' iiuI'cbb requlren to be published by law, legelrates.
it -Mtn d an the lnMe exclusively after the Aral week
I i cent. moe than the abqve rates but ell such wll
appear ki.the Trt-Weekly without charge.
Munlneea Cards, notexeeeding fivelln-es, per year, "
HJo, per line; outside,!!. .
Notlceiof BKthi,cWlUblJcIcUef.reooBipiile,
Aaih-iHf'. JaWr
lean, Tie rule will not to varied from. '
Werkly. en.e price ea the Daily, where J to""
Kith. Weekly alono. Whore 1 Bally and Week ly
are both used, then the charge Hrthe Weekly will be
o .l' the rates of the D.lly .
No-advertlaeinent taken MQ.pt for a doflntto period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
E A OLE BRASS WUU&H,
Corner Sprln WaCri.,
W. B. POTTS ,c CO.,
And Manufacturers of Brats aid Composition Castings,
Flnltfctd Emu Work ot all Dicrlptioni.
Electro'1 Plating': and Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTINC, ftC;
febl -SO-dly ' ' '
,Dr. J. . B. Beaamaa,
A RESIDENT DENTIST.
t.s. l-iSONK KFUDIHINGTHESEU
i tIcci of a Ueotinat, and faTorlng Dr
.A I
tIiw. nf Denlln.t. and favoring lr. it. with thtlr
patron... amy rely on navtng aauiiasuuu giTn. j
L ui n-un'rsl on Um comnlalion of an operation.
031M four Uoon North of the American Hotel, over
liuuitui i'i mors
Oolnmbni Jn 7-lly
DR. T. tfCUNE. DENTIST.
AOUADVATE OF THE PIIIliADEL
phia College of Dental Surnery, U permanently
located In theelty of Columbia., Ohio.
DenUI room. No. II E. Town itre.t, near High, Mil
ioor to the Vrauklln Pank.
Kleotrlelty nwl In extraotinx teeth, to rolltve pain
Aloo, Ailing; and artidclal teeth lnurted.
notii-aiy
;P.i A. B. SIMXINS, i
Attorney at Law
; .AND NOTARY PUBLIC, t . A
Offioe-Amb'-i Gliding; oppoalte Capitol 8quare.
, . 0OLUMBP8. OHIO.
C?OXXJTVtI3XJ
Machine Man of ac Hiring Company
. - MANDVAOTtrajna or
STEAM ENGINES ' & BOILERS,
Castings, Mill Gearing, Machinery. , w
. ALSO, "' '"I.
Railroad Work
3 J o rvEEf DESCRirnow. -
' V" " coi.rmniiSi outt.
0HA8. AMBOa. Sop't " AMBOB,!,TiaS.
deoll. IHSrt-tf ' ' -
MILLINEKY GOODS.
S20,000WORTH
Millinery and, Fancy Goods
For Oalo.
RU. WAHE WWID Itrl?EOT-
fully Inform tbe- Cltlrena of Oolumbuf and. VI
otatty that hVatook of ---i ' '
' FAL1 AKD WIN TEE HILLIHERY , -
. I j. .... . i. . , N0W eonruTB, -:- "
Aud bclnaj partlcnlatrly elran t)f
reduclntr lain atoclc luamedl-' "
atelf, ha tvJll sell,
k FROMTHI3 DATE, AT
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
XaacllOO,
YOII CAN OET
Bargains! Bargains
1 Tlarrrnina !
ns:
Calling
AND V'-- -
tfAMINING8;;ST0
: i HE SELLS EVERY VARIETY OF ...V
MILLIN ERY & FAMCY GOODS
u.'-.Ij : noflETIlER WITH A
Laxgt Sitpck.of , Notions,
.rr7Prlaea inn a I and a ball b aatia-
4 ' BONNET ROOMS, 4 0
-HO
A a lit T'lOW K -S7 as, as as
'OOXOl-IXIXTEli
oi'i:,
Otoior
eotaUBa
M..XX PQWBH3 & BRO
ui I'd -',.': hn! -t .1 '" " . r-S
J..IVUUU IN MrOKTCO ,A0 POMtfrtflu,!,
VIAiaa. -.i!.v.
ivmucq.
v.i
elii( .rrMiiim..
AND-rANOT AUIICU9
No. II Eattattl. Street, tetsa nigh
th FMWBo,uoiumbu., onto. oaxiKUum
tahot brbm sum,
1 -t tiRid-a i.ftrd'.VIjr v.'
We are no eBerlng our tmmt n.e .twit of Jmoy
ailk. at Drieea lMi this nif before irered tn ihk
.Sha attra'Jon of th. Udlra of this etiy aaa vlttolty
, voltetlea, ae ear .uw. u ri wi ra onit.
...iitaw medical Farpe.eai w mi
"DOM URANDDlEiWljES. OOKDIAXS, llW
i Tata, uoea ruoaucu. nrn.
w .
aerST
a . 100 Bomb. Uigh street.
lnwrea
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"Hf ALTE&'E ceTITREAD LACK WITT
I I ahna ToaalHlnb lrJli alee, JaUjW,
ANNUAL PROSPECTUS
OF TDK
ONE DOLLAR
mill!
PREMIUMS' FOR
THE WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN 13 PRINTED ON .
3VE A. 1VE 1VE C S HE 33 T,
' ' ; ; ' ' ;' ' ' AT THE LOW RATE OF; - ,,K V ' t .
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR!
, ' PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
- It U sn old and reliabU Demooratio Journal, nd, u a political paper, ba
No Superior in Ohio or any other State!
o addition to iU politioal olaraoter, it is a Crat olaaa newapaper, furoUblDg 1U raadera with tho
GENERAL NEWS OF THE DAY,
An opitorM of tha aUrrlDfr. aventa oonatantly ooourring at home and abroad, and ehoioa miaeal
laneona aaleotiona. II alao gtvea the latest and most reliable
From all the prinoipal marta of Trade and Commeroe.
The Business Man, the Mechanic, the Farmer and the Laborer
Will eaoh find their tastes and Interests consulted and attended to in the columna of
, During the aeeaion of Congress and the Ohio Legislature, the readera of tha Wcuxr Btatk8
jjah will be furnished with a oonoise report of the doinga of eaoh of those bodies. .
During tha past year, the circulation of the Weekly Statesmah hag increased very rapidly,
being now more-than double what it was twelve montha ago. It is our desire to extend its cir
culation, not only in Ohio,
. : But in all tho States and Territories West of Us!
In proportion as it is diffused among the people, ita usefulness will be Increased; and we inviu
our political and personal frinds to aid us in giving to the Wkekit Statesman w
The' Largest Possible Circulation
Among tha people. The price of tha paper is so low that no Democrat need be without it As
an inducement to friends to aid ua in increasing the oiroulaUon of the Weejot Statesjca, we
wmgiV A PREMIUM . OF THIRTY DOLLARS
To the person who wlll.by.the 1st day of January, 1861, sand us the largest .Clubof yearly
subscribers, with the cash for tha same; TWENTY DOLLARS to the person who sends us the
second largest Club of subscribers aa aforesaid; TEN DOLLARS to the person -who sends us
tha third largest Club of subscribers as aforesaid; and to each person who sends us a Club of
ten yearly subscribers, with tha cash for tha same, we will send a oopy of the
eekly Statesman One Year without Charge!
O Those who oreVluTn tooompte for the Premiums, or eolioit subscribers for the States-man.-oon
cut this Prospectus out of the paper and attaoh to it a atrip of writing paper, on which
to record the names of all persons who may become eubsoribers.
PER ANNUM !
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
ruBLifffiEM onio statesman.
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Names.
.STONE'S BAZAAR. ,
No.' 4 '. G-wynne Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HARRA
BE NOt RECEIVING THEIR WIN.
L IKK eO&B8-I.Tltihe.pabllfi to lmp.ot
them. Me sack atoek of Oooda baa .v.r seen srougni w
thlamark.t, Xhe South, In oonicqnenca of the failure
of the grain crop, has not been able to purohiM the g
ual quantity of rich (oodi, and this faoi haa forced the
Importer, to Mil. thtm at publlo auollon. Our buyer
(Mr. Stone) belna In New York at the, larfre tain, took
dvantase of them, and we can and will sell oar goods
here, st lew than any one who purchued two wmIh lino,
paid for them In New York. Our itoek li complete In
erery department of, , , . , "
ELEGANT DRES9 8ILK8, ' ' - i
OTTOMAN VELOURS,
BROCHE VALENCIAS,
' "-PRINTED MERINOS,
:-'J- PRINTED COBURG9,
i DYED COBUGSj
BLACK ALPACAS,
ORLEANS.
FANCY WOVEN FABRIC8, '
. ALL WOOL DELAINES,
- POPLINS. PRINTS,
' DELAINES.
a- ' . . . .. a..
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Fire ' Thausarid .Dollars .Worth
Bought in', One Day, -. j
At oat hsilf the Coat atf importation.
lladiesvf-ursV
n all vanenea, oi n-.ii'
iMannfsttnra ! O. O. One.
, i.i : tbera Ac Hon. .' .,!;'.-.. i;.
;... .u.;. .' ; :r.j :u:C:ii:.':,..! a t .
... .. U ' - - i '- -
-hosiery; department,;-
Men', ladies' and Chlldren'i CoJ.r SWrto and Srawersi
rS'.itr1Z.47ihiirir.'. Holery of all kind., ta
Woel ao4 Umb'j.Wool; ler I,lned and pottonOiotea
er every saa.n!-i!iM ii r. ,t.v,v; fSi ) .- ,..,!,
cemDlete aiwtment of all th usual ari.
tlei of ,.... .( . x -"- a ii " : .".,,-.! i ; ,1;
'a tif' rfnirttn: v:v:? .. .i .-.
j ; vi -.f ,:nti .OVERCOATINGS,
. -.'i i '5.-.m.-j TWEEDS.
r)tHlirTt,i': ' :n;t ' bjfJl oi '.-(
rru f':..-. .i J x DKtiSi UUlUiVlOMOi
Ladlei and Gent's Linen Cambria Hand-
- i vi.r.'' a.' je,n"J'J ''
ot'it.naoud. ta,eiUUOa, M-v,a .fr:,,.,
DlaSae oufwordi to
show theoatko UrgMh bt.l 'audchoape.t stock of Good.
nil ewe. la ibis aaie, r py w -
bowebila toaktot. tM ,
deol-dlj8taltw.
GENUINOAMILTr-LIQCORS.
WM. B; MOREHOUSE & CO.,
beg Iosts to call toe attention si um me uni
ted Btaaia St Ibetr rare niaeeansi """"'J"P
rf:.. rft t.oli n.temera. - Olube, atlllury and
. i mm .Mn.miinn. inr rimiu .uu puicm hm
rtbsfiablle bodies who require e P'aMln larr.
amaUquaaUtler.la'eeakeer aoniea. win
QJ$S?H0USEJ BITTERS.
- BoeoaMeadet by maampnysiman. mm lj
dykoen fot PMPfPele. PUonA1ibI"y'
Mamua Sheaeee Ai a bewtge, It . Is pure,
iaafaa.j.aralpto
whole'
Druggifts,
isrsrl .-VORnon81 09. Prop'rs,
. Jersey City, H. J.
?. tWTha .aabsetlbers i.h to enrage a few aotlye
uri rvA rravallM Anata fox 4bslr aoues,
Wbeat Ubral ladoeemeaU will be offered. lor parilo
bUre, addranaaabovow T...nJfi eaasai
tubot iluien and biek vans
JL' W
new styles! sHlbboa Bcetnd, Astewloe and U
oiaaransas .-t"ri " " .
asarwj CSmi TmSW.tf
,eiAe-,M ttuiCiU. .11
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NAMES.
Fire Insurance!
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
Fire & Life Insurance Co.
37 Oaitle ttieet Llrerpool. 20 and 81 Poultry, London.
Offlte, SO Wall and 01 Tine atrtets, New xork.
TH0UA8 HOODIE, Agent, Columbus, Ohio.
Paid up Capitol Surplus
and tteeerved land. M,O0n,58
InTeated inthl.Conntrw ovor..600 AO
xaarlf itercuue, ever iffiuu.uuu
It? The Shareholder, personally retposilble for en-
gairem.nt. of the Company. All Clncton muit be gbire
hollen. , .
Directors and Shareholder, la New Tort :
Jamei Bron,Kq., Chairman. rancli Cottenet, Siq.,
vcpuij tnainnan.
B.M. Archibald, H.B M. Conut. Kunae DnUlh, Im.
JoMpbOalllard. Jr.,Eiq. . ' II. Orlnnell, Kiq.
Alexander liamilton. Jr.,Iq. K. t. Banderson,iq.
' AUI. 1MMILTOR, Jr.. KK).,
Uountel of the Board.
Auraao Pau, Eaq , Beildent Beoretary
Looal Board In Cincinnati:
N. W. Thomas Eiq. J. D. Jonee.Kiq. KufuiKlDg.Kjq.
' ThompMn Neare, aq. Bob't Buchanan, Kiq.
The undenlirned, Agent la this ally, will be happy to
reeetre application! for Iniuranoe In the above Company,
AT Till CITY BARK. :
Ua ran reoommend It with entire onnfldenrs to all fletlr-
ouiof obtalnlngprotctlon.g.tDt L03 BY flBE.
No Chaxse fbrFoUotee. '
novia-tf thob: moodib.
HOLIDAYS.
. . FANCIES.
Such artUles as yon IHr for your DTJ8BAND ,
Both m you need for your WIIB.
8ucha.arejroj)rfbryourDAUanTBB. ,
Suohai your 8IITBR will praln jon for. . ,
gaohaiyoar BKOTDERoaw. " .
laohuyoawUfor"THBONBTOO LOVB BEJI.'
Buch as Will be good for the" BLISSKD BABY."
Buohasall leaifor.
' Hay he found tn yarlety, In my sew I took of ; I
tVATCIlEN. 1 ' CUA1MS, JEWELRY,
1 PLATED GOODS,
I And gn;ral auortment of ; '
Fanoy and UieFul Artloles. "
WM. BLYNN,
no. 10 Uockeye Slack.
Derember, IBOO. i. .... i
ritmiLY ixouk.
yy-niTK -wheat, branded '
1 "BNO WlTliAttHi." ! i'
I'rom "Barnett Willi," Bprlngfteld, 0 the be.tbranl of
Ploarbrounht te our market. aatttiMtion guirenteeq.
For sale only at WM. mouon ALU'S, ,
norxv "' ' 1UH bmu nianrni.
, HoJidav Presents. -
niLIOOK. DeEAINES. IIIKRIIfU.
VJ CHIM I ZCS. DIAES9 8IEIaMI and all
kinds of hihlonable , ' . , u ..... .
"Winter Preee Goode. t .
e ass aowofferirjit T.ry row prices. ' '''-' ' 1
d.cSl. i " 'f '.' o. SBBsatblllgbitreet
1 ;-8av Your Money. -J
T AH NOW ItrCEIVING wsjb90RIP
L Uons for all Ih. Masailnei and literary papars
theoountry and out or it; amoog ine lormer.tae uan'
hill. Temnla Bar. the Allintl. Uarper. Goder Petareoo,
Knlokerbooker, jceiMtio, biaocwooa, ui BnusnyuMi.riim.
Ae.. Its. Bubeerlbar. oan set thea KABLlBK.
OUEAPSn and free ot PoiUie, by nndlng their Bab-
sorlptton. through mo. BIOIIAHD KnNNBDI,
aeoia . r" '-' r ' apia(.Kn.
u t - uWatcnca ana uewciry. ,
A ' TINE ANBORTITiemT OW WATCH
xYee, Clocks, Jewelry, Bllt.rw.re, An kept eons taut
niir, - B. KIRKPATHICK'B, '
, I " So. 165, South nigh Street, Oolumbus, 0
J TTr Watches and Jewelry repaired, j j ' ;
swelrsBss.. .i . . , i : t, .tf '
GENTLHENa NlidH 1 I EH. .
QKNILkMKN'S NKCK TIBS, 1 ....
r ' if. - n OBNTLEklEN'a NECff.riB8."
The Boat d.ssrabi. aMwtmect In thS city and at anuaal-
ly low prices. " ' rTKHBAlN,
norlM. No. W Boom Ulh street-
"UsjEGANT lLAIN BLACK Rli.KS FOB
Ui BlreetHasqueeaae ManlM; alao,. atlok, Itknnia
Md TaaMlstoaastcb,.! j tjjut, mi tlAJt .
i; sstfBS 1 o.''i ii'iw ) ' p.j, , (;. -
. mmmau k-m. a sa ai a .ar.ai. . .
-1 f loo bbls. Choice Apple, received ea eonalmaiuit
ItotsaisaF " .) stsariaaux.
.v. viboa: li-o-.bteli $ S'Tr
ennij) uJC.d C) hf:t;o uSKf l;.id oil .tl.mo6i
"-y-.'isca
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Sljs $i)t0 Statesman
IIBKI.
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Dally, per ear. -tn
Weekly, per
Weekly, per yea
....SHOO
.... 3UO
.... 100
[For the Ohio Statesman.]
The Crisis.
That we art lo tba midst of a fearful revolu
tion la evident to tba most careless observer.
Tbat we are about to strand our ship of State
upon a rock wbicn our fathers saw and avoided,
la equally evident to blra who baa read tha
history of tha formation and adoption of oar
Constitution. Tba Inference arises that tha
same wisdom, iorbearanoe and patriotism exer
erolsed by our Fathers in 1789, would now eava
us In th present hour of danger.
I do not believe tha masses era less wise or
less patriotlo now than they were then, but that
wo aie both blind and deaf to existing danger.
We have so long slept in the seearlty of living
under tho best government In the world, drink
ing with our mothers milk the feeling that no
shock eould ever destroy It, that we cannot at
ooce awake Into a full consciousness of danger.
Yon may eobvioe both reason ami ifl (Judgment
of the existence of the danger, yet tba heart
still refutes to receive the conclusions or heed
tha warnings. We cannot believe that oar gov
ernment has already accomplished ita mission.
There is an abiding faith still lurking In each
of our hearts, that oar gallant ship will yet
out-rlde the storm, and that by eoina unfore
seen means tba Federal Union shall still be
preserved. But for the traitors and politicians
we might safely leave this unwavering confi
dence ot the masses, to work ont a remedy
for the present troubles. Bjt the dsnger Is,
that the Dlrectora (tba office holders) will have
torn down the edifice before the stockholders
(tba people) assemble to examine lea condition.
That a pillar la needed here or a braoket there,
to aupport tba additions which have been made
to tba original atructura, will not be denied;
bat that our noble constitution has failed to
perform every duty assigned it, cannot be ad
mltted. If It had never been called to extend
beyond the territory for whloh it was created,
there la little doubt that the machine of gov
ernment, complicated aa It is, would hare run
smoothly and witnout on or repair tor centuries.
Uuf lAtners grappiea in. queiuus ueiuro
them and mastered them. In tbe aclcnoe ot
government, then, tha great question for their
solution, was UOI lO pruviuu gvvcruweut tur
thA whole western continent, but bow to make
one pliable enough to extend over tba whole
thirteen coioniea.
How to unite all tbe thirteen aniereDt colonies
with their vast extent of territory, was then a
question upon which tbore waa greater doubt,
man there would be now, ot tba prroticabiilty
of annexing and holding all the territory that
adjoins as OJ me avoiaence oy toe iramers oi
the Constitution, of all bnt tbo practical ques
tions before them, they achieved tboir sneoess.
If tbey bad paused to provide for tbe distant
future, so many questions wonld bava crowded
in prophetic vision, tbat tney wouia probaoiy
have failed to agree upon any plan of govern
ment.
Their omission to provide the mode of ao-
nnUition of territory, and the relation It should
bear if acquired, la tba cause of tha present
aecttonal saltation, Vet scarcely any will
deny that to bave given the general government
tbe power 0' unumiiea expau.iua, auu to nar.
vested In Congress, In dlreot terms, the power
nf leclaiatlne lor such acquired territory, wonld
bava made tbe Constitution so odious, tbat it
would never have been even submitted to a vote
of tha neonle of the several States.
Tbe lact then tbat our government, instead of
merely answering Ita sppolnled purpose haeover
run balf a continent, and now needs some little
amendment to adapt it to Its new sphere, la no
disparagement of the wisdom of Its framets, or
tbe peneotion oi ine bjbibuj.
In administering tha government over1 terri
tan. In relations tor which It was not Intend
ed, difference of oplnloa naturally arose as to
Its application, and It beeomre a question, rath
er what the Constitution ihould mean, than
what it does mean. Different Interests provoke
different views, controversy arises, and grows In
bitterness in proportion to tbe Interests involv
ed, prejudices are aroused, and a aeotlonnl ohar
acter it obtained
It ia natural that the people from respect for
their government, and confidence In tbe lnteg-4
rity ot their rulots, should for tome time sub
mit to sncn an application to uiu goTcrumeui,
a their iudement may not approve, but when
ever the whole nation becomes divided Into par
tlca, bound together by a common desire to
administer tbe government on certain principles,
It Is idle to expect a peaceful or long continued
submission to any Hue of policy that ia not aano-
oned by tbe guaranty oi a written constitu
tion, or the strong arm of power. Tha domi
nant party of to-day claims Its success as a ver
dict in favor of its construction of duty, ana
overturns tbe work of the dominant party of
yesterday, and if the Interest involved araim
portant and sectional In character, collision
peeauy iouowa. - -
In this view of the matter I am constrained
to the opinion tbat there is no permanent reme
dy for the existing crisis, except in additions
or amendment! of the Constitution, upon thesa
three points t ' '
1st. Tbe mode In which territory shall bt ae-
quired.
d. ine reiaiuu vi aCTuircu vcrri.viy iw u
Federal Government and tha States.
3d. The remedy and redress or individual
States aggrieved by federal legislation.
Any legislative compromise en torse quee
tlons would bind no longer then tba party mak
ing; It remains In power, ana would increase
B. .. . . I .1 - .1 , . F J . V
ratner man aiminisu id. uu.umy ot omwrai
factions, being regarded aa a party victory or
defeat. ' " '.'.-, ' ' '. '
' lithe unanimity neoessary to embody some
settled policy on tbeea questions can be obtain,
cd, tha questions I trnsi, at least, In their pres
ent form would be disposed of forever"
Tha nreaent la the most favorable time wa
shall, perhaps, ever have for the settlement of
these questions. if we wan in aeiay were poo
alble) until we bave large territories wlih fierce
and bitter atrrjrale In Broeress therein, between
nnrjoalnr nrlncinlM. tna attempt wenia oo ooiu
fruitless and dlsaatrous. The Usae Is now falr-
mada and must be fairly mat. H there
not strength enough (n out Government to bear
tha shock, then IS representative government
a failure.
Tha South oannot now raced without tome
gua-antleaof fundamental concessions, beoauir
to do SO, wouia OS to eurreuuer me coTarniu.u
lato si seUled nt slavery policy. The North
cannot yield to all the claims of the South
wltbouire opening tbe slave trade and becom
ing instruments tor the extension f slavery,
Neither w 111 cr ought to b satisfied with any
compromise that shall not ba a permanent end
final settlement, ana irrepeaiaoi oy a mere par
ty majority.- We want thesa amendments
tba Constitution: Bow thee shall be obtained
will be considered In another article; . -j
HAMILTON.
The Army and Navy, and the Crisis.
Now that rumor is so bhsi with th alleced
movement Southward of United States troops
and naval vessels, it may not D out ot place
kit. a statement of the forces likely to be
doted for boetil service la. South .Carolina,
aboald nnfortaaat oireamsunces render
tMm meaanrss bscesaarv. It soiaisrs D
quired, Governor's Island, New York, Carlisle,
Pa.,aod th nary Xarus, . wui o m
olaoas I root .woicur r-iworeem.nte may .
taken, m The 800 ttoons stationed at Fort Moo.'
roe, Fsyattvlllr N. CH Augnata, Key West,
Banancos, and Betoa Rouge, would not be
moved. , Th avaUsbi men, then, tor military
duty, ar nearly asjwwit V.
Uovwaor's Island . . .. '.V.'. . ;;.'...'... A .......
Csrlltl .-.'.St
nM..biM M. Tard...,..J.M..M.,.........Sv
Phllad.lphlaNavyXattt..,....,
HpeUaNavy lard.-j.......
VartanaBth fN. H.l NaW Tart.... ,....Mr......aO
ll. 'frnj Vm)-t"t.l. " ('.I f.'...J - '.
Total Mr
.....
t. YCtU t'liTiSU-v'O
West Point, Fort Hamilton, Fort Adams and
Fort Independence, could also spar some men;
bat the above list inolades only those who might
be sent away aUeece without seriously mterier
ring with the routine duty of tbe Northern sta
tions. Relative to the Navy, very erroneous Impres
sions prevailed aa to what vessels would first be
called on Tbe Brooklyn, Macedonian and Dol
phin, regnlar men-of-war, are, to bs sure, la
commission and manned, but only the latter
ould enter Charleston, in tbe harbor of whlob
there are only 13 feetjof water, as tbe Brooklyn
fitted out, oannot float in less than li feet, or
18 at th least, while th Macedonian requirea
30. Fromltbia fact it would seem that tba an
nouncement of these ships being ordered In read,
lnesa waa premature. There are however, suf
ficient crafc In the different yards, of tha requi
site draft, to foim a somewhat formidable fleet.
W subjoin a list of them
Vein la.
Oust.
Ofikeri and Mu
Tuna.
9SD
Brig Dolphin
10U
60
oO
SO
100
100
300 '
liarrl.t b n.
Steamer Water Wltoh. .
Steamer Oorwln
S turner Ortuader
stumer Wyandotte....
About 300
9
9
4
4
About 379
About 340
About 4V0
Abmt Bav
Total.
.93
We have Included tbe Crusader and Wyan
dotte, of the Home Squadron, because they are
nowatPensicols, where tbey have just undergone
an overhauling ; and a pretty reliable correspond
ent Informs na that they are not to retiirn to their
station Immediately. The Mohawk, also, is
"In and out' ' at Key West every day or two, and
like ber sister gun boats, oould be ordered in an
hour by telegraph to repair to any given place.
Naval vessels drawing over 14 feet of water, to
th number of a doaen perhaps, are susceptible
of speedy equipment; but, as already stated, we
mention those aotually ready.
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WM. RICHARDS
AGAIN NOT1TIES THE PEOPLE OF
Golumkuand Tlolnlty, that he li btfore I bra with
on. of the beit itook of
DRY GOODS
over aff.red to their discriminating gate teleoUd with
great oare, and purdiued at Panlo Pries, b. fiels Juitl
fled la saying, no maa oaa offer greater Inducements to
the uready pay" buyers., nil Una ot
Dress Goods
lsoomplete, emitting of all tbe latest ttylss and im
portations. -
both plain and fanry,and In great varieties.
Satinets, Cloths and Cassimeres,
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CANAEIiH & TJEII ED STATES MAIL
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LONDONDERRY. OTVAROOW
LiTerpool, Montreal, Quebec,
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Glasgow paeaengera ar. furnished with ran paaaaga
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An eaparteaoed Burgeoa attached toeaoa steamer
Oertlfleatea lamed for carrying to and bilnglDg out pai-
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' nolO-lydtw - Stateaman OQca, Clum.. Ohio,
Baltimore Clothing Hoise,
i avurov acroarat aire weouaue kuoi ta .
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AND
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i. Shampoocing, Corllnf and Breaeiaa Saloon, Ko.
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wbore satJtfacUon will at given In all th. various
' branchea. Lexlles and Ohlldran'a Bail Srenlng dona
ta the beet style." Jy.l-dlv
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Dr. J.H. McLEA.N'3
Strengthening Cordial and Blood
PURIFIER.
TbeGreateat Remedy Its The it or Id,
AND TBI
MOST DELICIOUS
AND
DELIGHTFUL
fOUDIAL "
EVER TaREN,
IT IS STRICT
ly a KlentlSo and
Vegetable Com pound,
trocund by the dlstli
itloa of Boole, llarba
a o d Bark., Vellow
Keck, Blood Hoot,
Barupsrllla, Wild
Cherry B.rk and Dan-
dalioo entais Into Its'
atmnnaltlnn. Th. fln- mm. mn a a
Before Taking."" ilv remediaiiiwr laning.
principle of eaoh iogredltnt la thoroughly extracted, by
my new method of dlntllllng. producing a dellcloaa. oi
blleraling spirit, and tbe meet INJ ALLIBLH remedy lor
renovating lb. dlaeaatd sy.Um, and restoring ; the tick,
suffering and debilitated INVALID to 11 It ALT 11 and
8TUBM0TU.
ITIcl.EAN'N NTHENGTUENINU COtt
IAE
Will effeotulty ear '
LIVEU COMPLAINT, DTBPBPBIA, JA0SDICB
Ohronloor Nervous Debility, Diseases of the Kidneys
and all dlieat. ariilng from a disordered lifer or btom
ash, Dyapepeia, Ileartbnrn, Inward Pllei, Acidity or Biok-
nees of ih Hlomaeb, rnllneos or meoa 10 roe neea, van
pain or swimming In (he bead, Palv-Utlon of tU Heart,
FullneM or Weight In
the Btomaoh. Boor ruetaUone
Choking or suffocatln feeling when lying down, Drvoets
or Vellownem of theBklnand Kyee. Night Bweathfln
ward I.T.n
mn. Pain In tha until of We Dae I
Pain la the email of the back, eneit or .me.
Bidden flushes of neat, Deprecsloa of Spirits, frightful
Dreams, Languor, Deapondeney or any
lemua DiMase,
Bore, or Blotchei on ine
Skin, and Fever and Ague (or
Ohillaand raver.)
Over st JHllllen el aiettlea
H.T. been sold during the laat alz montha and ia no In
stance has It failed la giving entire sattafMtton. Who,
then, will .offer from Weakoeea or Debility when AIo
LEAN'8 BTBJCNOTUENINQ CORDIAL will cute you7
No language oan convey an adeqaate Idia of tho imrno
dlate and almoat mlraouloua obaoge produced by taking
this Cordial In tbe dlaeawd, drblUuted and shattered
nervous system, whether brakes down by exoeae, weak by
nature, or Impaired by sickness, the relaxed and unstrung
organisation la reatored to Ita pristine health and vigor.
MARRIED PERSONS).
Or others conscious of Inability, from whatever causa,
will find McLean s Strengthening Cordial a Uiorouuh
regenerator of the systam; and all who ma. have Injured
tbamaelvea by Improper Indulgences, will find ta the Cor
dial a certain and ipeedy remedy.
To tbe Estdlea.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
Is a sovereign andapeedyeure lot
INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, WHITES
Obstructed or Dlffioult Uenatruatlon, Inoontlnenoe of
Crlne or Involuntary Discharge thereof. Falling of the
Womb, Glddinesa, Fainting and all Diseases Incident to
Females.
Thar Is n Hlstak About It.
Buffer no longer. Take it according to Direction.. It
will stimulate, atreagtbea end invigorate you andeaaae
the bloom of health to mount your cheek again.
Bvery bottle Is warranted to gtvo eatlaiacUoa.
FOR CHIEDKEN.
If you children are sickly, puny, or afBlcted, McLean's
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robin t. Delay
act a moment, try It, and you will be ooavlnoed.
IT. IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
0Tioa. Beware of Drei
ftUta or Dealers who may
try to palm upon you aome
utter or aarsapaniia trash
which tier oan buy ehean. by sarlnf It la lust aa good
a vo a .ucn men. ait lor MCMas i BireniinniuiK uor-
dlal, and take nothing else. It la tho only remedy tiiat
will purify the blood thoroughly aad at the same time
tronithen the system.
One tablespoonful taken mry morning
certain preventive of Cholera, Chills and Fi
tatting. Is a
ever. Xellow
Fever, ot any prevalent diseases. It Is pat ap In large
bottles. - .
Price only $1 per bottle, or bottles for BS.
J. H. ttcLBAM,
Bole Proprietor of this Cordial,
Alao MnLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
Principal Depot on the comer of Third and Pine streets,
Bt.Uuia.Uo. -
MoLean'a Volcanic Oil Liniment.
Tns best Liniment In the World. The only safe and
certain cure for Canoera, Pllia, Swellings and Bron
chitis, or Goitre. Paralvrls, Neuralgia, Weakseas of th.
Uusciea, Caronlo or Inflammatory Kheiimatlwn, BUn"
nee. of the Joints, contracted Muscles or Ligament.
tarache or Toothache, Bruiaee, Bpraioa, Wounda, Fresh
OuU, Ulcer., Fever Bone, Caked Breasts Sore Nipples,
Bum., Bcakls, Hon xnoat, or any inaammauon or rain,
no duTartnco
bowaavere, or ho long the disease ma?
have uiited
McLean s cajenraiea liniment as . cer
lain remedy. j- :). -i,
Thou tends of human beings have been saved a life of
tecrepltud. and misery by the m of this invaluable mod
otoe. ' . . . i . ,
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC
OIL
' LINIMENT
Will relieve pain almoat Instantaneously, and It wll
clean ae, purify and heal the foulest sores la aa 1 no red I
ly abort time.
Fer Horse and Other Animals.
HoLoaa s celebrated Ltnbnent Is tbe only safe and re-
liable remedy for the cur. of Spavin, Bing Bono, Wind
gxili, gpllnta, Unnatural Bumpe, Nodes or Swellings. It
will nerer fail to ours Big Head, Poll IrU, Fi.tula, 6 Id
running Bores or Sweeny,' tf properly applied. For
Sprains, BraJeeau Scratches, Bores Woonde, Cracked
Heela, Chafea, Baddla or Collar GalUlt Is an Infallible
remedy. Apply It as directed, and a cars is eertata in
every toatano. - t , . .
Then trine no longer wttn me many woriniow una?
meats offered to you. Obtain a supply ol; Dr.. MoLeaa's
celebrated Liniment. It will curs you. ,
J. IS . MCAiKAC. Bote rropnetor, -
t; Comer ef Thlad and Pine Streets, Bt. Louis, Mo.
For sale by all druggists.
Foraaleby BOBBBTB A 8AMUXL,
KOKSO-dAwly Oolombcta. Ohio
MR3. WINSLOW,
Aa eapsrisaeed Nurss sad FnaaU Phjntoiaa, prateats
,.. , to th. atuntloa ef mothers, ber
soo.t:h.li;g.;:s yrup;
- FOR CHILDREN TEETHING, ,
which neaUy faalI!Ute.thepreoeteof teething, by soft-
snlng th. gums, redualng all
mt, redudng all inflammation- wil 1 allay
ALL PAIN and spaamedio notion, and Is
STJUB TOIlFJOBsUATE THE BOWSLI.
Depend opon. It, mothers, It. will, (tverestt. ourMlves
KEUEf AHD EEiXTH tO t OTJB tHfAKlS
' We hart pot up and eold tht. artlels tor over tea yean,
and CAN BAT, IN. CONFIDENCE AND TACTS', of It,
m'i. vt hay. neyer bMn able to ear Of any other medi
cine NEVER BAB IX FAILED. IN A SIMULA INT-
ANCE. to EVFNQT A OCR.K. whan timely used. Nev
er did ws know an lnatanos of dlasaUefMtlon by any eae
who ased U. Oa ttie aoatrary, all artdeUghted with I la
Uons. and. sneak ba terms of oommeodauoa oi
magical eSeets and nedioaV Ttrtoeev W epeak la this
matter WHAT WEDOKNOWr artar ten yean' expo-
rtaaea. AND PLICDflK OTJB BBruTATlOOi FUR TUB
FCLILLUENT OF WBAT WE HERE DECLARE. In
almost every kaetaace where tho Infant Is suffering froi
naln and axhaaaUon.' relief will be found ia fifteen or
twenty bwuw. aiear vwsinip,!. wnvawms. ,
Tbia valuable preparatloa Is the pvesoriptlon of one of
fha maat EZPRIKNOD and SKILLFUL NURSES In
New Borland, aad bat been aaH with, v Jt SAiir-
lNtt BU00E88 ta
TUOCJSANDaTOF CASES.
It not only rail mi lb. ohlld from" oaln, bat Invlroi
ate. thestemaoh aad bol. oorrecM acidity, aad gin
tons and energy te the whole system. It will almost uv
stantly relieve v-
0BiP:afc; nr tns bowkjs, ad wind colic
an avsroome aoevablons, which, It aot rpedl! w
died, and la death. We believe it the l(Si ana sua
E8T RKMEDT IN THE WORLD, In all east, of DTS
ENTBBT and DIAEABQiA IN OUALVaVSiia, wnatoer
It ariKa from teethlne. or from any other eeuee. W
weald eay to every moihererbo ha. a eAtld saSertngfrem
anyef UisfOTMorcgeompiainte w nui a.air tuun.
PalBJUDICES NOB TEE PBEJTJDICXSOl OTHX&S
a.a ob aA aaor aaffavlna- ohtlA. and tha to-
lief that will bs BCBKyee, AOoOLUrSLY SOKE
follow the as of thlamedlalna, tf timely used, wall ai
recti ri lot aalrg wilt aooompauy each bottle None
genuine unlcea the fa.lmlle of tUfctIS As PEKSIN3,
New rent, is .a the uteM. wrapper i .)'
: MaIA Ha all Tjrul.ta Lhronahoikt the WAtIA.
Pri nclpail Office, 1 3 Coder Btree "jt.if.
PRICE ONLY 23 ' CEVs PES' BOTTtfi.
1 H0LLIDAYGt PRESENTS
.1-rvKivieoiiitcssGOonsls'fe
ajj mow jsmbsseea lariaiaoa tne miew wrtnr. rwu
Whit and Colored Tarlatan.; While Pari. Muslin Gren
adine Evening Bobw: Plain party ana
- - aeiw r al T iB K oAIIfe
bieeoJl w 3 y.mrx 1 Eo WB.oa.tE Hlgtteyet,
PARI CLOAKS AIFAtHTOTUl
Madela tbe anst evyEaa .legaot. taaaeer
.'JZ2a.a..s.aaaAte--a t -PfclCR WAIN.,
- I 4U4ifw ealvrss lo lltAflfefiWH
saw rua .t'Miadol.vir. lo ftsehi ai listfoiiiff
tlsA be 4 ssjisodO iol liaUaal 3,i
.oare aot
I
Scrofiila, or King's Evil,
is a constitutional disease, a corruption of it. "
blood, by which this fluid becomes vitiated, :
weak, and poor.. Being in the circulation, it
pervades the whole body, and may burst out -in
disease on any part of it. No organ la free
from its attacks, nor it there on which it may
not destroy. The scrofulous taint is variously
caused by mercurial disease, low living, dis
ordered or unhealthy food, Impure air, filth
and filthy habits, the depressing vices, end,
uliovo all, by the venereal infection. What
ever be in origin, it is hereditary in the con-
stltution, descending " front parent to children
unto the third and fourth generation ; " indeed, ;
It serins to be the rod of Hint who says, "I '
will vi-iit th iniquities of th fathers upon .
tlu;ir children." v
Its effect? commence by deposition from tba
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, whiah, in
the lungs livor, and internal organs, is termed
tuberdtift; in the glands, swellings; and on' '
tho surface, eruptions or sores. This fouloer
ruption, which genders in the blood, depresses
tha energies of life, so that scrofulous constittv
lions not only suffer from scrofulous oorn
plainti, but they have furTc6S power to with
stand tlie attacks of other diseases nrssss ' .
qtictitly vast numbers perish 'by eliaetxbsrs .
w liich, although not scrofulous In their nature, '
urc still rendered fatal by this taint In th.
M-otuni. Most of the consumption which eW-1
t-tinntt s the human family haa ita origin directly -
this scrofulous contamination; and many
d.Kfructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain, .
and, indeed, of all the organs, ariso from or
ere aggravated by tho samo cause.
One quarter of oil our people are scrofulous ;
their pnrsons are invaded by this lurking in.
fi'Ctton, and their health is undermined by it.
To cWiio it from the system we must renovate ;
the blood by an olterativo medicine, and in-,
vigornto it by healtliy food and exercise.
Such a medicine we supply in ' "
AYER'S
Coiupound Extract of Sarsaparilla.
the most cffecrunl remedy which tho medical
skill of our times can devise for this every
where prevailing and futal malady. It ia coto -bined
from the most octivo remediula that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and tha rescue of tl.a
system from its destructive consequence.
Hence it should be employed for the euro of
not onlv Scrofula, but also those other nffsc-'
Hons wnich arise from it, such a Ehuptiv
and Skin Diseases, St. Autuont's puit.
Hoar., or Erysipelas, Pimples, Pcstclei,
Blotches, Blains and Boii.s, Tumors, Tf.tteu
and Salt Rhfum, Scald Head, Rinowok.m,
Kiikuvatism, Svi'iiiMTic and Mehcukial
i: a Ditoi'sr, DrsfErsiA, Deiulitv, and, .
indei.'d, all Comvlaints ahisino rnoM Vi wa
it, u utt iMi'iitr Blood. The popular belief
in 11 impurity of th blood" is founded in truth,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose and virtue of this Sarsapa
rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid, . '
without wnich sound health Is impossible in
contaminated consUttttions.
AYER'S
Ague Cure,
FOR THE SPEED CURE 0V
Intermittent Fever, or F.T.r end Ague,
Ilemlttent Fewer, Chill F.T.r, Diimli
Ague, Periodical Headache, or Billons
Headache, asad Ullione Fawcrs, Indeed
for th. whole clasa of disease, orlarlnat
lug In biliary derangement, canted by
tbe Malaria of Allaamatlo Countrie..
' We are enabled her. to offer tha commnnity a
remedy which, while it cures the above complaints
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any
quantity. Such a remedy ia invaluable in districts
tvnero these afflicting disorders prevail. This
" Conn " expels the miasmatic poison of FEVEa
and Aqie from the system, and prevents the de- -
velopment of tbe disease, IT taken on tna Brst an- -pro
ach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only
the best remedy ever yet discovered for this class
of complaints, but also the cheapest. 'I he large
quantity we supply for a dollar brines it within the
reach of every body ; and in bilious districts, where
1'cver and Aoub prevails, every body ahould
have it and use it freely both for our ana protec
tion. A great superiority of tills remedy over any :
other ever discovered for the apeedy and certain .
cure of intermittent, is that it contains no uuinina
or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
other injurious effects whatever upon the constitu
tion, lhose cured by it are left aa healthy as tf
they had never had the disease.
I ever and Ague is not alone th consequence o!
the miasmatic poison. A great variety of disor
ders arise from its irritation, among which are'.
Nsurahia, Iifuumatitm, Gout, Headache, Wind-'
neti. Toothache. Earache. Catarrh. Atthma. Pal"
fitation, Painful Affection of Me Spleen, Uvster
tea, Pain in the Btwtle, VoUc, Paralyeii and De-'
ranffemtut of the Stomach, all of which, when'
originating fa this cause, put on th intermittent
type, or become periodical. Thia 41 Cuna " expel;
the poison from tha Mood, and consequently cures'
them all alike. It ia an invaluable protection to.
Immigrants and person travelling or temporarily
sionally or daily while exposed to th infection,
that will be excreted from the system, and cannot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis
ease. - Hane it is even mora valuable for protec
tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from Lute- -mitt
en tj if they avail themselves of th protection
this nmady rfords. "rr ...!), ,-t.J;
Prepared byBr.J.O.ATB& CO., Uwell, jfjw.
:. " HOBBRTS at SAMUEL. Columbus.
Acd by Draggiataand Deaicra everywhere...
norvtiya.twatw -
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
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RAILROADS.
to
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Through to Indianapolis without Change of Cars
?. and bat On Chang of Cars between
, r , i Columbus and St, Louis. " '"' "
THRES TRAINS DAILX FROM COLUM-
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rDaily, Uondays.xo.pled.)
NIGHT EXPBEB3, ete Dayton, at : a. styStop
plug at L.adoa, Xanla, SayleD, Ulddletow. end pamll
taa. arriving at Cincinnati at AM a. (a . : Daytoo at 5e6
a.m.,Iadlaaopoll.at 10:tS a. .;' Louis at 1150
i' ,:;;;-feEcoND:THAiN. L -
" AOOOMMODATlON.at Si 10 a. at., stopping at all Sta
tion! between Oolanba. and CmclnnaU and Dayton, as
riving at Cincinnati 11:03 a. m.a Dayton at 0.13a, a.,
TAT IXIBESt,at Mis. aa-stopples al Alton,
JeSXraoa, London, Charleston, OecUrrllla, Xrala,
Bprlng Valley, Corvrtn, Morrow, Deerfleld. ffeatar's.
Lovekud, Mitlfordeod Plalnvilla, artlylog st Clndn-
oat! at 7:80 p. m-t Bt. Leui. at is m; vaytoa at s ua p.
I tnaiaaopoiyat wjo p. m, : . i . ... ,
Bleejafatsr Oare en salt Night Train te
BAOOAGB. CHECKED THBOYJGH.
For Ktrthmlcformatloa sad Through Tkk.te apply te ,
v .'t . ( . .' Bt. b. DOniETT. '
' 'Ticket Awut. TJtlon Depot. Columbae. Ohio,
i " - E. W. WOOD W AAD,
Superintendent, Cincinnati,
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, iAeat, Oolambaty
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It oolcsm hill shirts. '
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Tberetteraef thee, thlria are new. Tbe Bodies, Takes,
tleevet and bcaom. .re rormed te fit tk. pereoa with ea.
and comfort. The mark .poo; each oa. daelgnaUng tbe
alse may ba relied on a, being correal, and CKbahlrt I.
guavaateed well mod. - A tuU sleek of all eiaaUtles
oonaUntly foraal. at .... B AIM'S, .
bt4. No. W South Blgb street.
MB MUFFS! ICTOIUMEB sadCUfTB . .re
new tolling at very low prloes, a! .tl otb.r klade
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al ab ttd og-.tifs'rli-1? If-'Atr wii st iwn
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