dlj (Dip Mcsmvi
WEDNESDAY EVENING, JAN. 9, 1861.
Tbe Adams Express Company places us dally
under obligations to It for tbe very latwt papers
I'rotn tbe eastern cities.
'Die American Express Company has our
thanks for its dally favors to the shape of the
very latent eastern papers.
City Coumcid. The Council tailed to obtain
a quorum last evening, and adjuurned to meet
next Mouday evening. This Is tho third time the
same thing has happened. The following is a
statement of tbe Receipts and Expenditures of
tbe city of Columbus, from Deo 1, i860, to
Jan. 7, 1861:
BaltnctluTreaturylieo. 1 119 CO
Dte. 3, John Wltllamt, paving on
4 Col. a JOB. R. Co.. Deo.
12,' Franklin Bank Loan....
' ;3, J . 0. Thompton, Taxei. .
" 89. 8am.
1881. Jin. 5, J. N. Ilowle, Market
" Jan. 5, L. English,
Paid from appropriation, Tit:
ttas, Kepftlrc, to
Second. Ward Improvement
Third " -
fourth " "
fifth " "
Sewerage and Drainage
Balance la Treasury, Jan. 7......
805 M .
1 9:3 33
t 10,998 73
Atxamtio Monthly .Bight welcome to our
sanctum was tbe appearance, a few days ago, of
the Atlantic Monthly for January, 1861. A
lovely sketch of Washington City constitutes
the first article. The story ot Midsummer and
May is concluded. The other prose contrlbu
' tlons are A Night Under Ground, A Lonely
House, Barbarism of Civilization, Wbo was Cas
par Hauser? Recollections of Keats, by an old
School Fellow, The European Crisis, Visit to
the Asylum for Aged awd Decayed Punsters,
Tbe Question of the Hour, Tbe Professor's Sto
ry continued. The poetical contents consist of
Paul Revere's Ride, Pampanea, and Idyl and
Thla number of tbe Atlantic commences the
seventh volume. Among the contributors to
tbe current volume, tbe publishers mention
Whittixs, Embssom, Hawthorne, Lowbix,
Holmes, LoNoriu.ow, Bayard Taylor, Mrs.
Stowb, Miss Paiscorr, and Charlis Riade.
The Atlantic U published by Ticknob fc fields,
135 Washington street, Boston, at $3 a year.
The Old Soldiers at the Govxbnob's
Yesterday afternoon, tbe Soldiers of the War
of 1813 having adjourned tbelr State Conven
tion, proceeded from their "Head Quarters"
ttt the "Buckeye House," under the escort of
the "Stuben Guards" and tbe "State Fencl
ble," preceded by Goadman'i Bind, to the
State Capitol. Toey were then conducted to
the Governor's rooms, and Introduced to Gov,
Demkison by Col. Collieb In a patriotlo and
appropriate speech. Tbe Governor responded,
welcoming the Old Soldiers, and paying a mer
ited tribute to tbe patriotism of both Ohio and
Kentucky , in the War of 1813, Tbe old veto
rans then withdrew. i
- Grand Omratic Concert. Madame Variar
James, assisted by other eminent Artistes, will
give ber first Grand Operatic and Ballad Con
cert, at Armory Hall, this evening. Tbe enter
talment will conclude with tbe '-Star Spangled
Banuer1 by Madame James, In costume as the
Goddess of Liberty, which has everywhere been
teoelved with unbounded applause. The euc
oes9 of Mfdame James baa been ao rapid and
unparalelled, and her fame as a Vocalist so
widely spread, that Armory Hall will doubtless
tbe crowded to-night.
"Field Notes' Thla Is tbe name of anew,
. bandaome, and well filled agricultural journal,
published in this city Harris Sc. Hubd, Pro
prietors; S. D. Harris, E Jitor. It commences
with the current year, and will be issued week
ly, at $3 a year. Toe "Home Department" Is
under the management of Mrs. Frances D
Gaoe. ("Aunt Fanny"), whose name bas be
come a household word in many Ohio families,
' The inmates of these will rejoice to learn that
ahe has again taken np ber residence ia our
Alp. Bornett's entertainment at Armory
Hall, last evening, drew a full bouio, ootwith'
atanding there were several other attractions in
tbe oity. The gratification of the audience was
'.'Immense," and the vote unanimous for Alp.
to come again and make us forget, at least for
season, our domestic as well as our country's
'. troubles. Few men can equal Alp. Burnbtt In
provoking a hearty laugh.
. - ' 1 -
O" We invite tbe attention of our lady read
era to the sale of Furs, to take place at Wood's
Muslo Store, WO, lo, cast uroaaway, on xnurs
day morning at 10 o'clock. . These Furs are aot
such as are usually , sold at auction, but are
' ,' choice goods, manufactured expressly for first
class city retail trade, and are only offered : at
auction because the owner bas an over stock:.
SOUND UVIROlLb inntiti
' had an eiamiowtroh before the Mayor yester-
.. dev. on the charge of having robbed Mil
', aourlaa at the depot of $840. He was required
(o give ball in $1,000 for his appnarance at the
. next term of tne' Court of Common Pleas.
j fc.tiinir wtva tha rja.11.ba waa cammtiteu to
jU I .: '. V t ft--'-
' ' - Romance. But poof Miss Squeerst
. ger, rag, and vexation; the rapid succession
bitter ' Rod passionate ' feelings that wmtiea
throurh her mlndas she surveyed, first, the
. -. blfoalt, then the pastry, &o., which was spread
. - bafore. the sazt of her fastidious euesta! How
h vowed that Balaratus had been her ruin;
c (hat but for the eocentrle and unaccountable pe
oallaritles of this preparation,' sh should
a" ithal moment havo astonished the assembled
company ..with creamy cakes and delicious
pastry. If she had only used D. B. De Land
Cos.' Salaratus, whloh ia perfectly pare
reliable, she - would have been spared all
mortification. Bho procured De Land's Salaratus
the very next day, of her grocer, and has had
' such, treuble since! It qui be purchased from
toy good grocer, and is sold at Wholesale)
t - the Manufacturers, at airport, Monro County,
f:, ,N,Y., and by th principal grocers in all parts
'..Otw country. .
"' lil the Fields. You need Dot be In theeast
, , .afraid to walk In the' fields where there are
''i -eonoas vines or pUnts, even to touch and handle
theto.V.Ouynscy.'s Balm wllj prevctt any
fluaot trot louo wing..
4 re ?.?o
O Sea advertisement of Prof, Miller'
Hair InTlforator lo another column.
GooD.-We met one of our friends yeaterday
on Broadway, and were astonished at tbe change
in bis appearance. A few weeks ago we saw
him, he was pale, lean and dejected; complain
ing of weakness and debility, having been so
(Meted all summer. Now he appears tojbe IU,
bealtbv and strong. We learn be owed his re
storation entirely to McLean's Bt!othdnino
We advise all who are complaining of Gener
al Deblltv to trt Us U Is certainly a very pieas
ant remedy. We learn itnai mere are iurgu
quantities of it selling oauy iuorwwig cr.-
ar t- - XT J J.
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
117 . atu un Trill .1 an . R It li nnderatood that promi
nent meaner of the Dlpolnatlo oorpi bat advlied the
Government. In relereoce to the commercial lntercata ol
their reepeotlve countnet, In vi"w of the preaent polit
ical troubles, and what degree of protection may be ex
pected, or something to that effect. Ths Government,
however, has not yet replied.
Returns are dally receiveo at turn Vivv,
a.,.u nnttmuiH,. ehowina that bualnest u
progression ai hetetofore, Incladlng tbe contraotor'e or
.inri ro. n.v. and nurchai of poauue etamps. Btlutet
wen, fired here to day. in honor of tho anniveraary of
tho battle of New Orleani.
BtreUry Thompton to day retlgned to the Prteldent nit
comnilailon ai secretary of the Interior, on the ground
teimanded,onthe3istof December, there waa a dlatlnct
undemanding that no troopa ahould be ordered south,
without the aubject being conaldertd and decided on In
the Cabinet. At the uaotnet mee'in," m u v, u-1
the matter waa again debated, but not deiermined.
NotwithtUndlog iheie facta, the secretary or wir, aw
out the knowledge of Secretary Thompaon, aent 250
trooea tn tbe BUr or tne tree w kiuimw
Not learning thla till this morning, he forthwiih resigned.
nr.ti.rkof the Star of the Weet In the neigh
borhoodof Charleston, and the cannondlcg ol that city
by Major Anderson, are rue everywnero, -.rami m
tents excitement, though nobody can give any authority
for the report.
. . ' ... ...l. m..: n irha Mutlnl nn, nr (hA hnruar
An aoioumeu muui,vi -,'-'".
10 ute cnii wi ui,Kuim"i.
a,... .nn,miii win than he the aublect for dlacuulon.
The report that orders have been haued by the BrlHih
government to the coniula or the poru oi tne eeoeeoing
j.h..I a. Ilha.l.alnn. HilMIIIIH IIU QBIHCLU HU.Oia'
ment, by granting inch certincales to out going veaaeia
or thai nation.
A.tn whthrth Conereaamen from seceding Stalei
will remain here, after declaratory acu are pauej, wm
dunitiid nnnn the action of their aeverai convenuona.
Ae-enta are here from the Southern Btatee and continue
tn rrlva. for the nnrchaie of arma: the goveenment haa
for the preaent reluaed to Mil any 10 the Btatee or private
P"""' . . ....U.
An agent ror miaa'aaippi aiaru iwi i
row, although it la aaidauppliee there are not abundant.
A detachment of 68 dlamounted Dragoona paued
through Ualtlmore, yeaterday P. M.,fiom Carliale bar-
racka, to tiarpera JTerry, aa a guaru ror me government
armory. They are ordered on the requiittlon oi oopi.
Uarbur. -Air. Boteler strongly urged upon toe war De
partment that U would not be politic to tend them there
at thla time.
In tbe Committee of Thirty three to day, then was
considerable dlieuiaion upon Mr. Dunn'a propoaitlon
aubnitted some time aince. Two or three propoaitione
underwent erltlciam trom varloua memoere, but no poll-
tire action was taken.
It la nnderatood her. that the aub treasurer o: Ch.rl.a-
ton, haa oommunlcated the fact to the ttovernment that
tne Houtn tjaroiiDaauinoniiee win wi, hiu uiui iu libit
any drafts, not even to pay Andereoa'i men. All the caah
in the vaults is to no reiameu mere
V. i - ..J . I. , 1 1 .v.. uflllna B,uto linva
.1 - . . . 1QI1, I. .J..nM Wha n.
der IromBoulb Carolina waa filled only a abort time
f rivate letters from tbe best sources in intrusion,
dated on Saturday, express tbe graveet distrust aa to
events, and fear that blood may flow at any moment.
aleoy families are moving trom tne city onoer uese
apprebeoalons. The moat sagacious leaders hare loat
their power, ana are at tne meroy oi au ueucu auu u-
Lars Anderson of Cincinnati, brother of the Hajor,
haa lnt returned from Oharleaton. After tbe Qratlnter-
riaw with hia brother, the eurvellancewaa nolconllnued.
and he had free communication with him' Tbe Major
ooneldero bis position entirely secure, and Is fairly sup
plied wltn provistana anu otner ntoesaarica, lion coai
and wood, for military purposes, in case that extremity
h raid ba reached. He le In lood spirits, and bopee that
reason will operate upon the misguided people before
itr. Hon transacts bis Important business at General
Scott's office, aa a precaution against the leakage In the
War Department, ana tn consequence oi a uisunct inn
nation liven be II r. Mills, of the South Carolina Dele
gallon, to tbe President that they bad means of knowing
wnen reimorcemenie wcrv vrus.vu. 11
There eeema to be a mistake or miiapprenension some-
when. It ia denied br aentlemen very intimately rela
te,! to lha administration, that the rcoruita to iron Bump-
ter were ordered without the previous aanctlon of the
President, and rurther. that tne subject wae aiscuasea in
tbe Cabinet, and that tbe acting Secretary of War, Holt,
as well ae some other members of the Cabinet, clearly
nnderatood that It was the wish of the President that tbe
recruits should not be sent. .
ThWarDeoartmentli in poaaeasloa of Information
that tbe Government of South Carolina has forbidden tbe
United States Sub-Treasurer at Charleston, from paying
the drafts of tbe Pay Master, in ravor oi mat. Anderson
and bis command, and tbe Bub-Treasurer has refused
accordingly. ....., ...
Hall a million or aoiiara is uauy expccica iron new
Vnrk hv the Traaaurr Denartment.
Com. Maury save that tbe long passage of the Levant
does not, in hiij udgment, Justify the supposition of her
loss. Us gives the reasons ror nui oeuei. .
Message Gov. Letcher of Virginia.
HicanoD. Va. Jan. 7. Gov. Letcher's menage al
luding to the condition of the country aaya all know and
feel that danger la immloentand ail true patriots are exer
ting tuemaoivea to aave ua irouunpenuiugpenia. lie rw
hia tiroDoaltlon In his mesiaiie for a convention of
all tbe Hutee and says, it Is monstrous to see a govern
ment ilka ours uestroyea merely Because men cannot
agree about a domestic, Institution. It becomes oar
state to be mindful of ber own interests Disruption
Inevitable and Itoonteaeranona inun lormeu we must
have the best guarantees before we can connect Virginia
'u 'nondemns the hasty action ot South Carolina
which has taken her southern sisters by surprise. He
would make no special reierenca toner course,
hern lnrlted to do to by ber lata Executive
D Of M
called for reference to Virginia. Tht non-tlavoholdln
n-tva are resoonsLuie ror uie pranot conaiuou
hire, and it the Union is dlarupted, upon them rests lbs
IIS allUUeS at lengm w hueiragKrvasiuui auu aujs uiey
have the power to end the strife and restore confidence.
Will they ao it -He
awaits their response not without apprehension.
He say t our actions ahould be based on the wrongs dons
Onr OWn people HO oppuiaw a dww uubbhwj a, uue
ThtUa commission of two of tbe moat discreet
statesmen visit the legislaturesof States which hire pas
ted personal uoerij uui. auu iuib vu a wiis.iiuuwuaA
repeal, except tbt New England BUtea.
Sd. We mutt have a proper and effective guarantee
for the protection of slavery la tbe District of Columbia.
3d Oar equality in tbe State and territories must be
fully recognised, and the rights of persons and property
adequately protected and secured.
We must be permitted to past through the free States
and territories unmolested, and if a tlave be abducted,
the Bute, when it le leet mutt pay Its value.
ath. Like tuaranteea Ibat tbe trtnimlttion ot slave
through slave holding Etates by land or water shall not
be interfered with.
5th. The passage and enforcement of right laws
tht punishment of such persona In tbe free Stales as or
ganist or aid end abet In any mode whether Inorganla
log companies with a view to eat 1st tht tlavoboling States
ana to Incite the iltvet to Insurrection.
8th. Tbe General Government to be deprived of the
power of appolnttntlng to local cilices In tlaveholdlug
States, persons hostile to their Interests or their Institu
tions. Tht Oovernor further lays be will regard the attempt
of federal troopt to past across Virginia for tbe purpose
of coercing a Southern State, as an aot of invasion, and
must be repelled. He It not without tht hope that
present dllBoultica will And a satisfactory soluUon
Let New England and weatern New York be sloughed
and let them rorman atuanca wttn uanaaa. .....
The rest at the message portalns mainly to local
fairs.-, v.'- 1 --v
fimeuoo. Jan. 7th. Ths Leglilature met at 8
field to-day, and tne House aajournea without ei
n ors-anizetton. -
Oevemor n yoa s nessaga win prooaoiy oe uoiiverva
to-morrow. - In It, he reoommendt complete reconttrao-
tion ot the present military plan, dividing tht State
three divisions of battalions, regimtntal and brigade,
and that the moat liberal letitlauva encouragement
given tor forming volunteer companies throughout
atato. . lie reoommenue mat tne nanae 01 me Dutue
required to secure their circulation exclusively by United
State ana Illinois Btocke.
In retard to the dlfflcultlee at nresent eilstlnr la
South, says, if grievances to any portion of oar confeder
ation have arisen within tbt Union let them be redressed
within tht union; u twcorsutononal laws trenching
apon the guaranteed rights of any of our sister
have leuna a piece upon our statute nooks, let them
removea, it prcjuuic auu aueniauon towarae any oi
fellow countrymen haa fastened apon oar midst, let It
dismissed and forgotten; ltt ua be Just to ourselvea
to each otner, allowing nounor tnreatt to artve at
what wt deem to be our duty, sor pride of opinion
us oo meting wherein wo may hare erred.
, Ba rosommtnus that it ainnot nee paeaea laws tending
to obstruct tht operation oi icaerai auuiority, or
aictlne- with : constitutional rights, -they ouh
ones to DO repeaiaa. -erpweeiug m svereiy lorninieeii,
hat radactlDi what attunwt to be the voice of ths
opls ol Illinois, irrespeotire i party, as is reacn
in from all onartere. h adoDt th aentlment of
daot Jackson "The Federal Union It must and
be prrrdi". to which sentiment he trusts the
latUr Will glTS cmpnauo expression as an eariy uay.
Th finance of ths State ar represented in a
proproaj oondltton.!. i . , , ,-, , .
. xae airai paauiei a' i HwvixHiHHoiiHinuiiiuw.,
trill probably b ths tlectlon of Btoator.,. A i j
'ittcHHosn. jen'8 -Ths Oommlils of th IIoum
Delegates, baring In eharg th sutjeot of a Oonreatlon,
oar pnaana a Mil, wnioo uty win repon wmorraw
Tnay nar nxea npon m lain or reorusry ior u
lngor th Oennntlon, end ih7tk for th leotion
Delagatas. Th qaeatioa of additional military
ror ia purprwa of defene haa been referred to a
A resolution to spproprtat 10,000,000 for
purpoee ha aleo aeea re erred.- Th general opinion
that Virginia will Koed..atxmt lb toth of February.
Ia th meantime uob preparation will bs asde at
bt aeoearry to repel acy aniraslorH .
Arrival of the Palestine.
Ksw Tore, Jan. 8.-Tbe Steamship Paleitlns arilved
atS o'clock p. m. no markets!.
Buainesa i auapended aluce the Aultralaslan sailed.
The political crisis In America le regard aa more seri
ous In Rnnland.
The Timu in a leader thinka it quite possible that the
probation of aDemocntlorepubtlomaybeaolved by its
overthrow in a few days, in a spirit of folly, selfishness
and short slthtedasss.
Italian affaire unchanged.
It is reported that tbe Pre nob fleet It about to quit
It ia rumored upon the contrary In Paris that Bnesls
and Pranoe agreed to aupport Pranola II, In realatenct
Important from Tennessee.
NAinviLM.Jan. 8. The Leilslaturs yester
day. The Governor'! meesage reoommendi that tbe
remedy for the presentevlla exists only in constitutional
amendments, on refusal whereof, Tennessee ahould
maintain her equality In, or independence out of the
Union. Be recommends the organisation of the militia,
and the purchase of arma. Be leaves the Bank suspen
sion penalties to the discretion of the legislature.
It Is reported that Hon. B B. Stanton and Jno, H.
Savage, tave left this city to fight a duel.
New Jersey Legislature.
TatNToii, Jan. 8. The Legislature met to-day and ad
journed without organization. Democrats and Ameri
cana have a majority in the House, but have not yet
agreed upon ottloers. In tbe Senate the Hepcbllcani
hare a majority of one, yet the Bepubllcan
Senator from Burlington voted with the Democrats, who
eleoted all their officers among whom was a broiher-ln-
taw or tne senator.
nonor oi iacsson, Aoaerton, ana toe nominee roruov
uary, I ernor. Tbe three reipectlve conventlona manlfeited a
Concord, N. H., Jan. 8 The Democratic BcDabllcan.
and Union SUt Convention! were held ber lo-diy.--
The two former were fully attended. The Democrats
nominated General Geo. Biark, of Nuhua, for Oovernor.
The Bepubllcana nominated Hon. W S. Berry, of Ueb-
ron. for Oovernor. The Unloniiti adjourned without
making a nomination. By order of the Democratic Con-
vention, two hundred and thirty-three gune wore fired in
unanimous iptni tonne perpetuity of the Union.
. Boston, Jan. 8 The ateamahlp Canada sailed at 11
o'clock thla moraine-, with nine pateengere for Halifax,
and arty-nine for Liverpool. She takea out no ipoele.
The members of the Hal do Leglalature In caucna lait
evening, nominated ex-Governor Mo'rlll for Untied
Btatee Senator. In the Third Oongreaalonal District of
New HHimMm lh.l.M,i.it.. ,...-i..i m m
r.j 7 " "!'"' uvm.u.icu . n
AUwarue lor re-eieciton to finntrniu.
Anti coercion resolutions h
U. S. Senator Elected in Pennsylvania.
HiRaissDRo, Jan. 8. Edward Cowan, (Rep.) from
WeetmoreUnd county, was electedU. 8. Senator to suc
ceed Mr. Blgler(Dom.) by a majority of 83, over Pot-
or James Adams at Co., on Waihington atreet waa ai
Uno,. mot entirely coneumed by ftra thla moaning. Lou on
iKMMNotiick, Jn. 8 The New Mexican mall from
Pawnee Ifork arrive! thla evening. No newa from the
Incoming through mall, due here two wrekaago. No
Indiana have been aeen on the route, and no newa of any
Importance waa brought.
AbotUTA, Me.. Jan. 9.- El-Governor Morrill was to
day elected to the O. 8. Senate to .flit the vacancy occa
eloned by the resignation of Mr. Uamlin. The vote In
Senate was nnanlmotu. In the Home the vole atood for
Mr. Morrill 134; for O. T. Bheply 23,
VADfAIST Tn. a m- - I n
inaoootion lawa. ....u ....
IC iS re DO l led that lnHra mMiiiMi s tn ..u. sr.-
- .-es eaa bas VlVUl Cal3 IUT
the defence oi f ortrea Monro.
BlTTAXO. J&n. O.Thft MTtnnalvA ,AKnin
" i wju.uuv, insurca tor inu.uou.
Bostoh, Jan. S.-The ateamahlp Joseph Whitney, of
... Dinnru una, vapuin i.oveiana, naa neen chartered
by the Oovernment to oonvey troopt and munitions of
war irom wie port to rnrt 1 ortagus, tear Key West
Ilorlda. Sbt ealle on Thursday. '
Git AND OPEUATIC AND BALLAD
MADAME VAEIAN JAMES,
THE AITIEHICAN PltliTIA DONNA
(whose tucoess through the last, Bcutb and West has
been unparalelUd for years by any former artiste) hat
tbt boner of announcing
TWO GRAND CONCERTS
as abort, on Wednesday tnd Thursday evenings, January
0th and 10th, on which occasions shs will be assisted by
other Eminent Artistes under tht direction cf
MB- E. HOFFMAN,
The Distinguished Pianist.
Tbe entertainment will oon'cinde each - tvtnlng with
tht STAR 8 PANOLED BANNER, In costume it tht
QoDDtft or Libirtv, by
Received everywhere with Triple Encores.
Uj lbs tale of teats will commence Tuesday after
noon at tht " Music Store
Hj No extra cbtrge for securing seals.
Doors optn at 7. Commence at 8. Jan7-dtf.
GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS!
f OR THE
AT THE -
GIFT. BOOK STORE
KfkXU ADCMTMA IT
W ( v awaiavsiu ams
Ho. 173, High St., between Town and Blob Bts.
a few doors sooth of tbe United States Hotel,
Ot Choice Books on every subject, snd
1 10,000 Werth of Jewelry,
To.be given to the purchasers of them at ttms ef eel
CALL AND EXAMINE OCR PLAN.
decM:dtf BLOCCM k CO.
WM. KNABE & CO.,
BOOM, IfO. 150 BALTZUO&SST.J&fffyA
AMD II I II
N03. 1, 3, 5 tnd 7 N. EUTAW STEET,
Offer for aals their celebrate!
AND SQ ARE
Being highly recommended by the first Profettort snd
Nualcnl Amateurs or tbe country, and
I IT! TEARS.
rhe roost fastidlont customer may rely npon being
pledin every reaptol.
siinenti. na, anaaaa uv. -
SELTZER fc WED8TIR, Agents,
:ljdw. Columbus, Ohio.
lGLE WHOLES ALK
ENG . GLASS STORE.
, - - JOSnUA COWPLAND, 1
Manufacturer and Dealer, No. 63 Bonth fourth St
, . between Karket and Chestnut, PhlUulelpbi.
TTTIIEUE HE OFFERS AT LOW
VY mlcet, an exienslre Tsriety of Looking Qlaeaee,
Ollt, Mahogany aid Walnut Frame, Larg Franch Plat
Mirror, Plain ind Richly Ornamented, dill and Fancy
Wood Portrait and nctura rrsmei.
loosnia ' GLASS PLATES bt ths box,
' or in lsss qvAsrnr. .
Ooodt packed In th Pafest manner, aad Intnrtd
sgainit Breakage. '
S3 South Fourth Btraet,
Otto Ziiklt i
ti. Superior Court
Martin Trent 111 J
lY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
( torn directed from theabor named Court I
offer for sal at ths door of th Court lions In th
of Columbus, oa . . :. .'.
between tbt boars of 10 o'clock a. Km and 4 o'clock r.
tht following described real estate iltuate In th oounty
or yranann ana Slate or unicto wit.-iiOtanoe, eigni,
(P) ton. (10) and twelT (18) in Born and Jennar'
dltlon to lb cltr of Columbus, Ohio, as Per roordd
platofaaid Addition, In plat noord No. on, (1) page
158 and 150, n th Recorder's effloe of laid Franklin
county, Ohio; and also ths west hair or ln-lot eight
dred aud forty-eight, (W. X of B4J) In tbe city of
Appraltdt totNo. fl, 1550 00 , .
" " 10, 175 00
'- " . 12, 175 00
' - ThS W. X of In-lot Ko. 848, 5C0 00.
-, . . . T Qv W. BTJFFUAM, oherlff,
lan-dltW4W' , i . fly so. DaTU, Dsp'ty.
ALEXANDRES) KID GLOVEHT
see. 11. .-.. .So. W South High tret.
17inE fllANTLE BARAGES, BOTH
T nnnnu niaca, jusi reoeiTTu at
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, Jan. 9.
FL0UB receipts 0,517 bblt. ; market wlthontmaterisl
change; aalrs 6 000 bbls. at (S Je3 30 for supeiflne
State 15 AQ Si extra State; ISKkSS 30 for superfloe
weatern : li 55 SS common to medium extra weatern;
It 70(35 8S Inferior to good shipping brands extra) ttoonS
Hoop Ohio; Canadian flour dull and unchanged, talet kvO
WUBAT Ml.tMbush. market more active, but prices
without material change; tiles 70,000 bush. 1 18 for fair
Chloagojsprlng; 1 28 Milwaukee clnb, 1 2UX CansdaclubJ
1 309137 winter red western; 1 ?3 red Stale 1 M prime
BYB quiet at 74!S76
BARLEY quiet tlcVSSO.
COHN Receipts of 10 000 bushels, market opened dull
and clr ted a shade firmer, aalet of 60.000 bushels at 69
70 fro mixed weatern in ttortand delivered; 70 for prime
new yellow southern.
OATS dull at 3XS37 for western, Canada and State.
FORK quiet end steady, tales of 150 bbls atlS,7S
IS 10 73; mess (13,00; prims beef steady tnd Bochanged,
aalet of 150 bble.
CUT MB ATS firm.
LARD quiet and firm, sales of 100 barrel!, at 10K
BUTTER in fair request at 1013 fur Ohio, 14320
CHKBSB-ttesuly at 910X .
. WDIriKY eteady, tales of 000 barrels at Silo.
COTTON continues buoyant; talet art 1,000 bales.
03r (TEE firm and more aoilve, sales art 2,000
baps Rio at 11XI2X.
M0LA8BE 8 steady but quiet.
8TO0K8 dull end lower but doted firmer. Money
continues easy at old rates; sterling txchangt bankers
bill ranee 106(8)05) 0 St RI63X; O TolS;; 0
St Pitts 93M Pan )U;M 814X; do quoted at 33,-M
O 53: Har 15: Readlna-35: Har nrefemd 37: Erie '.15; N.
Y O 110; I O bonis MX Brooklyn City 100X; 0 B St Q
67;0 it 063X; III O scrip 75; Hudson 45, N Y 76X;
Penn 87; Harlem 1st bonds IWXi MoOs 07; Tenn 74;
Oa 94; Cal 7s 83; N I 0 6s 91; Harlem 2d bonds 95 . .
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 9.
PLOfTR advanced ti centt; superfine at 155030 3
WsxaT tteady: white at S 1 451 50, and red at tl W
All 35. Conn, from old yellow to new, 6SH03o. Cor
ns firm I sales 3 600 bag Rio at 11XS12. Lard St
lie. Wmsxr flrmat JBSWIUo.
CLEVELAND, Jan. 8.
PL0UR talet of 50 .bill X X at a4,0, and 95 do
wbltt at.1,50. and 50 bblt ryt at 3,50-
WHEAT tales of 9 can red at 1 1,04, and S can rhite
at 1 1,19, all on track
CORN salt of 1 car at 57c
OAT8 tteady at 95c.
HIOHWINB8 sales of 50 bbls, at IJKc.
H008 talet of 91 hetdat 15,75, and 27 do at 15,503
5,80, dividing on 0 fce.
PORK talet of 900 bblt No. 1 men at 1 15,00.
LARD talet of t bblt at Xe.
POULTRY aalet of 400 be Chickens at 7c.
E003 talet of 1 bbl at loo.
WEDNESDAY, Jan. 9, 1861.
FLOUR lo -day scarcely maintain the tendency which
it Me heretofore bad during tbt week and talet at tht
highest of tbe quotations nottd tlnoe last Tueaday eould
nut possibly be made though they are atlll asked quite
firmly by holders. Tbe etretch to (4,75 was rather ex
treme, but it la nominally the taking figure atlll. Wt
quote that ae the height of tbt mtrktt, but a working
figure at 4,054,70.
WHEAT is not liberally offered, and there Is alto
leas competition amongst buyers, conseqnently the mar
ket ia dull, and 9 1 1 3 for red and 8 1 10 for white are re
garded at extreme figures.
CORN on tbe ear bat atlll a ready market at 35o, but
shelled It offered quite freely, and may be regarded as
dull at 38c for mixed In bulk. There it still a demand
for it, but it doea not Increase In proportion lo the re
celptl or offerings.
BOATS are held higher, and art firm at iB)i la bulk
and 99930c In tacks
BARLEY It held higher, under the InQuenca of abet
ter demand, and an advance of 5c per buahel vu obtain
ed. Wt quote 75S)80c for piime.
RYE atlll sella at 0203c, with a tteady though not
WHIJKT was again restore J to 14c, at uhlcb price
there waa a good market.
I10Q3 Ware in very light receipt, notwithstanding
the confidence that wat felt, that tht advance would
bring them In quite freely. ft6 60 wat tht prevailing
asking figure for good averages, and considerable aalet
were made last evening ana tnie morning, at tois ngure.
Ths majority of packers, bowtvtr, aland off at thhtt pri
ces, and are to day leal inollned to pay them than here
tofore, inch offering not ovtr ao xi for tht best averages
There continues th be a desire on tht part ot drovert to
makt oontractl ahead, but thit having neen for tome
time Indeed, nearly the whole season ths cue, it
saemi difficult to comprehend why it Is, when the oon-
Com. Jan. 9.
i will Usue a Weekl paner. to be called" Tat Cams."
at the oltv of Columi us, and State of Ohio, at faro dol
lar! per annum, of flfty-two awmbors, ) ayabl always le
rfTuca. and to comma not during tht month of January,
(1801.) Ai It will be desirable to both partiet to have a
full sett commencing with numoer I, it win do impor
tant for subscribers to send their names as early ae poasl-
ble, to that I can form tome estimate of the edition to
I have a treat many reasons for publishing this piper,
aa will more clearly appear to myreadert aelt progress
es, and benoe I shall offer neither excuse nor apology
for what, at flnt view, to tome, may be considered a sin
"1 ita Oatati will fully and thoroughly lift ths great
Issues that haog likt a cloud of nlgbt over our comm oa
country, and if our nationality, at it it, cannot b pre
served wnoie ana unumuco, uiv bum greater question
will arlae, more perplexing, as It la mora gloomy, what
are to bo th condltioni ot onr dissolution and dlsgract.
These are momentous queeuonc, yet uey are crowding
hard unon us, and we hart got to look them in tht face,
aa unpalatable as tbty maybe.
I have not mucniatuiin teeing tuaae wno uare uruugni
thlt fearful erisli upon eur country, thow patriotism and
manllneat tnougb to eotfett their error, rectify their
niiukoa. and restore the country to th safe and healthy
oondltton In which they found it, but I shall never lot
confidence In Mremase ol the people, nor distrust their
right lnttntioni until an nope it ton, anu we a' e smit
ten down by tht parlcldalhand.
at Anna action of tblrtv yean with politics and ths
press, gave me aoms tlaimi npon ths people for at lent
a candid bearing.
If possible, let us save onr country irom tne penis
that surround it, and ourselves front tht stigma of Inca
pacity and National wlokeduta,. If it is too 1st, and
we are already whirling to the dsrk abyss of dlstolsuon
snd chaos. In ths nam of (umanity let u halt snd not
r nsh headlong Into civil conmotiont tueb aabave never
before reddened ths earth with a brother' blood.
But s Fro.pectut is no piac to argue great question!.
Tn Oauis'' will do that at lent th, and without gloves.
1 will speak freely of men snd measures, and call thing
by their right names. Whan a great country and the
fate of a mighty people art gt stake, it Is no Umt to re
treat to our closets to piok words ef delicate meaning,
or to bant phrases to tit likt music oa the ear of love.
We are passing dangerout tboalt In a frightful storm,
and it Is unmanly to tit in mlmio pantomime ot a resig
nation in tfroyidsnc. lie wno wouia sot assist in ear
ing as from this lnptndtng wseck, would not defend his
wife and children from the fatal dagger raited to strike
before bis oyes.
Tn Csuis" will also be of a gecrral character, and
ss varied In It subjects as th nature ot its main purpose
will admit. I shall especially levels a numoer oi arti
cles to tht political and material interest of Kansas .and
Minnesota, where I hare moatlt resided since tbe spring
of 1857, and in both of which I havt taken no Inactive
Tnm frtanita In Ohio, f .ncsi mora anneal. I bare
often done so, but nrr In tali. In thle terrible crisis
In our affair, will you not itand by me In thlt lait ap-
. LI.L U,l,...HMflfhlnM MM ..MP TT1 .
again. Ood baa spared ay life to witness thla mournful
ana fioimjmiym mju,,,..
Ins almost unheeded orer our fair and, crashing ths I
aopss or millions iu iv urcau uiau.
Direct litters to 8. UutaT, Columbus, Ohle.
Deoenbar, I860. ' ' " '
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NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
NEWARK OHIO, '
Flauufaclurers of all kinds f Por
table and Mtntionarr tttesun Etv
grines, Maw intiu, uriat mills,
LAHHS BODLBYJUaiml B. t r. BlAffl) TBtaUni
J. at, n. DUYALL Btatentlt COLVifBUS
XCACUIXS CO. SeaUntlll SBA&fOBD
Ss CO. Btatvxlllll
Our Portable Engine and Saw Mill
Was awarded tbt first premium of 150 at tbt Indtata
State Fair for 1C0 over Lent At Bodley'i on aooount sf
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior character of lumber sawed.
Our Stationary Engine wat iwarded at tbs same Fair
tbe first premium of S2O0.
Our Portable Eoglntwae awardtl th flret premium of
1U0 at th Fair at Memnhl. Tenn..over Blandr'a Dn-
vall's, Columbus Machine Co'., and Bradford St Co'.,
by a committee of practical Railroad Engineers.
ror price ana terms saarest
W1LLARD WARNER, Treasurer, '
decS-dswlyeots. Newsrk, Ohio.
From th New 1 ork Observer.
it til parties manufactories Bewlnr Macbinca are ob
liged lo pay Mr. Howe a license on each machine sold,
and are a to compelled to make returns to him, under
oath, as to the number sold, hi book glvt a correot state
ment. From this reliable source w have obtained the
following Hatiatics. Of tbt machine mad in the year
1U, there were old,
By Wheeler h Wilton 91.3US
I. M. Singer a Co 10,H3
" Qrovir 4k Baker UI.2H)
(howlog th sales of Whreler It Wilton to b Joubls
those of any other Company." -
Awarded th higheat premium at th
United State Fair of IBM, 18J9 and 18G;
also at th
Ohio Stats Fair ot 1839 and 1860;
and at nearly all th County Fairs in ths State.
Our prices, at lha late reduction, or at Una zs any
lock ificA machine now sold, and but a tilfle higher than
th Interior tvo Mrtaot tfiam trioa matAtint, now
forced unon the market.
Th WHEELER 4c WILSON MACHINE males Ike
Lock Sticw th only one which cannot be reveled. It
1 Aula oa Botb Sins of the goods, leavlni no r'dat or
AU machine var'anttd 3 ytar; ana inuruiHon
given in their ua, free of cnarre.
u. CttAttx,ei tiign St.. voiumoe, u.
WU. SUMNER CO.,
drc3-Sawd3m4tw6m Pike'l 0(tn Bonn, Cincinnati.
BORTLE & SHEDD,
. ' No. 273 South High Street,
FAMILY OKOCEHIES, FOH
' sign and Domestls Fruits, choice Family Flour,
Teat, ic, ar now In receipt ot their entire Stock pur
chased within th past two weeks in New York at Panic
W merely wteh to sty that w hav svsry thing usual
ly kept In a IrtcM Grocery, and are determined to
sell our Goods at price that will defy competition.
vjTGoods Delivered to any part ol
tbe City tree at Charge.
WHITE WHEAT FAMILY LOCH,
"Golden Aar Brand." For salt only by KORT La
ta BBEDD, No. 873 South Uigh street. dc71-dodla
STEWART'S DOUBLE EXTKA OOL
en Syrup, from drippings of loaffluear at BORTtS
4a BUEDD'd. del7-dodlm
.O ENVINE HULLAN II 111CU
BUEDD'd, 373 Bculh Ulgh street.
CHOICE RAISINS, PBTJNED, CUB
ranU and Flgt, cheap, at BOKtLE At 8B BDD'8 Net
FIBE CRACKERS IOO BOXES JUST
received by BORTLE 4c SHEDD, 873 Booth nigh
CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK TEAS,
Tery cheap, at BORTLE 4k BHEDD'8.
Medical purpose, I
BORTLE 4t BHEDD'S
AND LIQIJOHM I'OU
set, Scotch AI and inindon Porter, at
A? $1, and and all lbs standard Refined Sugars, cheaper
than th cheapest, goto BORTLE a BUEDD'e 273Bouth
High street decl7-dodlm
THE JIUST SCCCESSrCI PAIN CUR
EH known, It coespoiad. lely of beating Oill,
Balaaau sod Oum. Actual ooserratlon and th certift
caus of rasp ectasia parsons warrant ua in stating posH
" Jfagncth OS outvs Bhumatlm;
Jiud't MagntUc Oil cures Spinal Afftction;
BetS't VagtmHa Oil cures Aruraloia;
itW MagtuUa Oil ovrw rRtai Jo(Ut; '
Rttd'l Magnetic Oil aunt Clotrattd Soret;
Jtetd'i Magnetic OU cure Jfermxmc Btadaiht; ,
Beed'i Magnetic Oil cvrtiFroeted Feet; 1
Beed't Magnetic ou care jrrttA nounai;
Bted't Magnetic Oil our SunUxnae;
Betd't Magnetic Oil curt rain in IA Bad;
Beed'l Magnetic OU cure Kerwnu Affection;
Seed' Magnetic OU cure Earache i Toothache,
For sal by SIMON JOHNSON, Daoaarrr, Pittsburgh,
Pa., tol agent; told alto by B. A. FAHNE8TO0K fc
CO.; B. B. BELLIES a 00., and Druggists generally
SS cts. ptr bottle.
Vetterleln and FTumbowcr, )
John Naal. (t at. . , ) Not. term, A. D., 'CO.
BT VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
to me directed, from th Court of Common Pleas.
of Franklin Oonntr. Ohio. I will offer for eale, at th
tore room Mo. 335, oppoalt the Oourt-Houee, In the city
Oolumbus, sals commencing on ,
Saturday, the 19th day of January, A. D., 1861,
at 10 o'clock, A. II., Oie.'following dessrtbed property,
wit Biz spring ssat chairs; tblrty-tixotaiana mattrts-
sea. twantT Six hadeMau and oeudini. ilz can teat arm
chair, a lot of common standi, and waahttanda,
4 ninv.rrtAm lahiea. two Kitenen taoia. a lot oi uuoer
slatee. souii plates, pilsners ana giaeeirara) a io
kntvaa and rorka. tahleBDOOna and teaeDOOUSt tWO COOk
store and , pip, a lot of carpttihg. wash bowl
Ditcher looking glatte, to.; on daek, two oloeka, or
lnanea. awa roana taoieK a sot oioarianmurw wbim-
Ingof bottra. decanters, tumblers, drawers, eko. on
barrel of wbuiky. and a email lot of other liquors. Also
tare bureau; on spring wgon; on bora andnarnees
roar coal atoTss, aad a lot oi ga nxuiree. .
u. Yf uirraan, suonu,
Jan8.-10td ..''; By Ed. DaTts, Dep'ty
PREVENTS . I N
matiaa and natn. and heal tb wont burn,
scald, brulaccut, or freah weund of any kind, rrerenta
ml nr anil nam ma M IIDe. bbiwi0 mm.
uIumiii bums, nearalrla. - rheumatism, agn In
breaat, salt rheua, to. When takea internally. It
poelUTeiy care croup In children, and glvwa Immediate
rener in n worn raw ua u.iu wr'i
Mxma hnaneneea and sore throat. Pries, 85 eeits
bottle. Should be la erery hout. For ale by Drug-
tTyUIST KrUl(lJWI) kW J ss avv I w vi
ALtXAwDR'B KTD GLOVES , ,5 L; . v-
POINT IiAOa CCI-LAKB.- t : .
VALENCIENNES O0M.ARS fc BXKEVEi
KMB'D HU8UN . dtf t.; , ,. . do.
LINEN do x J
ZOO AVE BOSOH8
SINTt iPPt.E HAKBKEROBIEFS: 0ILT BELTS.
KMBROTDRttED do saiaasis
MOUENItta - a .NUBIAS.
niuurtl. TTTnnKI. .. do HOODS,
flRiNtrilNI t f,aCM -VEILS SLEEVES
iT 2. 1m0 fJOIf FCBES 4 BAKBEB. . CORSETS,
For'satsby .' " "PFTBaV BIN,
saatal i . ro, ir,,u,w Bi,.nw...
! ..' r ai ar ai
a a . tr i .i a a it ajarf "
New atylas and Tery ebapt
0T84- " I u
-l .1,1 .4
By State Authority. '
CHOICE FIRST CLASS I5SUSAN0B, BY tfll
OTA INSURANCE CO.
OF HARTFORD, CONN,
lacorporate lBia. Charter PerpetqtU.
sad tbs prestlg of 41 years' tareess and expert an o,
$100,000 in Ohio Securitiea.
All Lmm equitably adjutUd and rctnftly paid,
The largest loaa ver raitelned by any InauraDo
Company at one fir In Ofalo, waa by th Aitna. at Chlllt
ooth. In AprlL IM9, and amounted to 1114,831 67,
moatly paid trior to 30 days after tbs fire.
Losses paid In Cincinnati daring th pis, tlx year
Property lniured agalnat tbs
DAN0ER3 OF FIRE AND PERILS Of
Especial attention g1vn to th Insurance of
DWELLINQS AND FARM PR0PERTI,
for tsras of one, thras or ire years.
Applications reoelred and Folicle Issued by
nSSSZBUX J. lit. Agent,
OFFICE IN CARPENTERS' BUILDING,
11T Boutk nig-b Street, Calumbaa.
Fire and Marina
-atna Insurance Co..
Capital and Surplus - - $2,014,142.
North American Fire Insurance Co
! Capital and Surplus - - - $351,084.
Norwich Firo Ins. Co ,
Capital and Surplus - - - $222,228.
Lamar Fire Insurance Co.,
NEW YORK CITT.
Capital and Surplus - - $348,0417.
Providence Washington Ins, Co,,
PBOVIDENCB. B. I. .
Capital and Surplus - - - $345,780-
WESTERN MASS- INS. CO.,
Capital and Surplus - - - $200,926.
Policies Issued without delay, on all descriptions 01
property. Loacs quttahiy adjuated and promptly
FRED'K jTfAY, Agent,
OFFICE IN CARPENTER'S BUILDING
117 Soatu Higb St., Colnmbn.
Dwelling;, Honaehold Fnrnltore avni
Ioaured by tbs
ETNA INSURANCE CO.,
OF HA&TF0BD, C0BV.,
For one, three or five yean,
JjyAT VMM WW BAT1B..O
Cash Capital $1,500,000.
NET ASSETS, tQ,014,142 37.
FREDERICK J. FAY, Aoint,
Office in Carpenters Building,
No. 117 South Illah 8t
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Gamgsaf Parsons; Ex'r of )
Uauel Panoaa, deceased k. .
y, r St avaw uj uiugi sa VUMI a
WllUaa . Ereuk et ai. j
BT TTHXeTE OF AN ORDER OF SALaf
taraa directed, from the Superior Court of Franklic
toemty, Ohio, I will offer of sal at th dooroftb Court
atom In tb city oi Uolaanba. oa , , ,
Tbuiaday, the 7th day of Febroarr, A. D 16C1 ,
between th hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and i o'clock p.m.
in rouowtng ueecnoru real estate, annate in in county
of Franklin and Stat of Ohio, to wit:
1. Lot number 13 of tb aubdlTition of surrey No
1388, Virginia Military pittrlct, la Jackson township,
Frankllo county, Ohio, as said tubdlrlaion tl recorded
In th plat thereof In Book tol. 17, page 154 of tb re
cord of said Franklin oounryi said lot No. O being tbe
ea conTtyad to said Wm. F. Brack by Wm. Killer, by
deed recorded In Book Tol. 46, pp. 383 and 384 of tbe
records of deeds of said county, containing 106 acre aad
15 Muare do!, tn tbe following subdivisions, ai clatted
end surveyed by W. W. Pollard, on tb 30ih day of Sep
tember, A. D. uao, Ti:
8. Subdivision No. 8 of said lot. commencing at a
point In th oentr of said Tarnpik Road, 8. W. corner
of aubdlTition No. 1 of said lot: thenoeS. 89 deg. .
with th 8. line of aald aundirltlon No 1. 8. rideg. .
M 60-100 pole to tb 8. K. corner of (nhdlrldoaN I
thane along th a. un of said lot No 14 S. I aeg. ow
mln. W. 89 50 100 polos; thane n 89 deg. W.
100 pole to th ctntra of said Turnpike Road; thence
alone lu centre N. 38 dee-. 30 mln. At. 34 60-100 pole
along IU centre N. 38 deg. 30 mln.
to to beginning, containing xv acres.
3. SubdlTiaton No. 3 of said lot. commencing at a
natal in the centre of said Turnpike Bmd. 8. W. corner
of subdirbioa Mo. 8 of aald lot; tbeno 8.89 deg. E, with
theaouth Un or aald aubdiTlslon N. two B. 69 deg. .
1 17 Su-luu poles to th 8. E. corner f aald lubdiTiilea
No. 1; thenot along th B. Un of aald lot No. 13 B- 1
deg.SSmtn. W. 85 68-100 pole; thence N. BO del. W.
132 poles to ths centre of said Turnpike Read; I bene
along iu centre N. 38 deg. 30 mln. E. 30 liWIW pole
to tbe beginning, containing xu acres.
4 Subdivision No. 4 of said lot, oeeameneleg at a point
la the centre of aald Tarnpik Bond, 8. W. comer of
subdivision No. 3 of (aid lot; these with aald 8. lln cf
of. said aubdlvialon No. SB. 89 dag, B. 133 pole to the 8.
s. comer or subdiniion no. i; tnese iia tne. una
of said lot No. 13 8. 1 deg. 55 mln. W. 83 poles; thence
N. S9 deg. W. 146 50-100 pole to the centre of (aid
Turnpike Road; thence along it centre N. 38 deg. 3u
In. m. xi pole to in Beginning, containing av acree.
S. BubdlTialon No. 5 of aald lot, commtarina at a
point la th centre of said Tarnpik Boad, I, W. corner
or SUDUIvulon no. a oi aaia iwt, uicui vino ,n m una
of ealdeuMivtatonNo. H:BVaeg. H: 146 50 100 pole
to the .8. K. comer of subdivision Ho ' 4; the no with th
B. lln of aald lot MO. 13 B. I def . Msala. W. 89 pole
to a stent 8. . corner et aald tot No. lit. ibeuc N 89
deg. W. 16350-100 pole to a Make tn totcentr of aald
Turnpike Boad; thtnc along Ita centre N. 38 deg. 39
mln. K 34 pole t tn kaglnning, aoutasnlng SB acres
and 15 equar poles.
II. id following part or Ion not. o tnd s or ut
tarn aubdrvieinn of th aame survey, being tb ebare of
said Wllaiam I. Brerk la (aid tots Nos. 8 snd 9. ss as
signed and set oil to bia by th wperlor Court ef Frank
lin county, Unlo, at IU Nay farm, IBM), in a partition
mad of aald lotibtwn him aad hi wife Blitabeth C.
Brack, to wit: Lot No. two (8) of aald partition, com.
Mociog at the N w. corner ef lot x. i oi sai paru
ttoat thenct . 57 deg, 39 aals. B. ICS 66-100 poles to
th (enter of tb Oolumbus and Harrlaburg Turnpike
Boad. theft r nluag th center or aaia roaa K . ac aeg. m
mln. B. 35 pole to the 8. B. cornor of lot Not 3 of ld
partlllow; thene N. 67 deg. 39 mln. W. IVO poles to
th 8. W. earner. of aald let No 3; thtnc 8. 1 deg. 30
ula. W. 41 pole to la batoning, cm t lining 39 acre
1 rood. .-... , , . j .
A lee. lot No three (3) of said parMon, sommenciog at
N. W. corner of lot No. v; tneno . oeg. ju
E. 199 poke to tb eentre ef th Colosabo aad
Uarrlabarg Tarnpik Road, thane along U oentr ef
aid road N. 39 deg. 39 min. B. 54 pole to the 8. B.
corner of lot No. 4 of stld partition; thenca M.'S7 dog.
30 mlu.W. 9.8 tW-lOOpolee; -thane B. 1 deg. 3B ala.
west 69 50-100 poles ta tk plao sf beginning, eeotaln
log 09 scree 9 roods, 80 poles.- ; '
BubdlTieoiis of lot No. lSanprajed as toll owe: -
Bubdlvialia no. s at aw t
Bubdivlatna No. t at 40n '
. Subdivision Ma. at f-tu ut) .
anhrilalitiaa Na. 6 at B40UO
lot No. 8. ceatoiBiaf 38 acras, togtbr f Ilk thl tteaja
i ; . Lat No. a. aonBMliu 69cr, at (38 00 p
T : V W. BCFFsf AN. thsrUl.
dc9S-dltw4w. . ana aatter vommitiionar.
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