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THURSDAY EVENING, JAN. 10, 18G1
LOCAL MATTERS.
The Adama ExoreM Compart placet ua dally
under obligation! to it for the very Intent papers
' from tbe etntern cities.
, The Amcrioau ' Eiprera Company has our
thanks for Uh dally favors in the shape of tho
very latout eastern papers. ;
' 1 Mrs. VaSun Jabs A )ady, who la herself
by do means deficient Id personal attraetioni
and musical skill, said to her husband this morn
) i log, at the breackfast table "If you mant to see
and hears lady almost faultless In form and
feature, and nearly perfect In tono and melody
of voice, you must go with me jto-nlgbt to Ar-
-, i mory Hall. Never was I so well pleased with
. any vocalist, artiste, or prima' donna,! Italian,
American,' or other, as with Mrs. JiMts last
; night. "Comln thro' the . rye," i "Within
mile of Edinboro," "Tho Star Spangled Ban
ner," and, indeed, all tho pieoes she attempted
were rung with exquisite taste and skill, and
, with that clear cauooiation of the words, with
out rchioh the most charming voice fails to
speak to tbe understanding and the heart.' You
must not suffer any' plea of business or com
, pny to prevent you from going with me to Ar-
- mory (Jail to-night. .Will you go7" , Of course,
' V tho kind hatband could do no less than respond
In tbe alBrmatlvo.
, If those of our readers who if ere Dot at tbe
-j-' ' . . ... . . . .
.,. concert last night, knew what a rich entertain'
meat was in store for, them at Armory Hall,
this evening, tbey would go too; '
There wag a gathering of the veterans of the
war of 1312, at Louisville, Ky. , on tbe 8th Ilb.,
Among the regular toa?is offered after dinner,
was tbe following:
Tbe Union of tbe States under tbe Constitu
tion "Salu pnpuli tuprema eat Itx'' The
rights and interests of the people who are gov
. eroea must oe tne supreme law ol tne land.
Tbo following was one of the volunteers:
. . By Capt. Joves "Mav the North come back
to tbe Constiiution, and the South stand up to
i ft r
Aaamu at ths 0. P. The following per-
' sons were reoeived into tbe Penitentiary yeater
. ! ' 'rom Warren county : Chasus Paob, con
rioted of horse-stealing and sentenced for three
years; ueohoe Huktkr, man-slaughter, two
years; EoaiR F. Viciers, borso stealing, three
Tbe number of convicts now in tbe Penlten
tiary is 986 the largest number ever confined
there at ttby one time. . . ' '
Masquerade Dsissm. C. Cushmau, at tbe
Montgomery House, U prepared to furnish both
ladies snd gentlemen, with any dress or costnme
to suit their various whims or fancies, so that
they can array themselves for the Masquerade
' Bill at 'Ambus' (lull, next Tuesday evening.
See advertisement. .
f ftlwunt Men, A petition is to circulation in
' CleveJs:d, asking tbe Legislature "to provide
for the enrol m cut and organization of Minute
Men, to be ready at the call of the Executive of
the United States, or of ibis State, to resist by
force all attacks upon this Government."
.' "CT Tho deaths In New York City, during tbe
year 1860, were twenty-three thousand. . .
Rail Road Time Table
LITTLE MIAMI & COLUMBUS & XENIA R.
Leaves.
Arrives
9.15 P. M.
8 3D P.M.
.W A. H
Accommodation 8.1(1 A, M.
, No. 8Kx 9 3UP..M.
NlgbtSapraca.. .'.... . ..
Clsviuxd, Coiohsdi k Cincindati R. t
Express an! Mail 3.00 P. M.
Night Bxprcss 3.25 A. 11.
CtanuiOmo R.. B '' ;
1.40 P.M.
1:30 A. M.
Express Tnia.
tlsjl Train....
... 3 W i. U
.. 9.40 P. U.
8 30 A.
8x0 P.
Frrnirjftan, OoLmaDs Jr. Cincijouti R. It.
Express Train 3:00 A.M. '
Mail Train ,. 8.40 P. U.i
OoLDMSOt k. iMDUHAFOUa E . R. ' ' ' ,
tColumbuf, fiqua St Indiana B. R '
Express Train 8:10 A.M.
u Bxprect Train 8:45 P. M.
9.30 P. M
8.80 P. ii.
11:10 A.M.
8:10P.M.
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gle
the
' ' Romamoc . -But poor Mies Squers! Her an
, ger, rage, and vexation; tbo rapid succession of
bitter and pastionate feelings ' that whirled
through ter mind, as eho Surveyed, first, the
biecult, then tho pastry, lie, which was spread
' before tbe gaze of her fastidious guests! How
. .aba vowod that Salaratus had been her ruin;
that but for the ccoeottic and unaccountable pe
culiarities of this preparation, she should at
ihat moment have astonished tbo assembled
company Vith creamy cakes and delicious
.pastry. If she had, ouly used D. B. De Land &
Go's. Salaratus, which is perfectly pure and
reliable, she would have been spared all tbla
snortlfication. She procured De Land's Salaratus
the very next day, Of her grocer, and haa had no
each trouble since! It cuu be purchased from
any good grocer, and is sold at Wholesale by
the Manufacturers, at Fairpo; t, Monro County,
' N. Yu and by tho principal grocers In all parts
f the oountry. . . '
II
of
lie
. Good. We met one of our friends yesterday
4 on Broadway, and were astonished at the change
in his appearance. .A few weeks ago we aaw
him, he wai pale, lean and dejected; eomplain
' Ug of weakneas and debility, having been so
afflicted all summer. '' Now he appears tojbe fat,
. . healthy and strong i , We learn be owed his re
storation entirely to McLean's Stkmothdninq
Cordial. . ', ,. .' , . , 1
. We advise all who are complaining of Gener
. al Debllty to try it) it Is oertaiuly a very pleas
ant remedy. W learn that there art large
.quantities of It selling daily. Morning Herald,
In thi Fiatos. You need not be in the least
Afraid to walk in tbe fields where (here are pol
1 sonoos fines of plants, even to touch and handle
(hem. Guernsey's Balm will prevent any bad
effects from following.",': . :
. 1 1 I---as- i ii i . I
' fiHiosiATiBJi and pains of all kinds conquered
at lut. See oard of " Magnetlo Oil " in- to
day's paper. ,; ,v ... .... : ,
- ' I i . 'awl .. .i..:
.iST . Set advertisement of "Prof. Miixn's
Halt Invigorator In another column !i I
i thh mt8T BCCOJEiri;ij pain cuh
known, la eompaeed solely of healing Oils,
.17 anmI- Actual observauon and tbe certlfl
f : ? "VP1' persons warrant us In stating poel.
tlvely that 1 . , . i . , , ,
bead's Mafiutle Oil cetrwe Spinal Afftcllonl "
, 7 ' -
KTl Maputo Hlourt WtaJbSototf '
ifeed's MaffiuHoOtl ovtwe Vlomutd Snrtt ' '"
'Jifd't Mitensib (Hlour Prntd kJT ' .
. Jind't Jtogfutit QU curt, f, , '
Xed'l Maffrutle OU our BwUuut; i : "
- 0 n Ased'e Mignti OU our Jato U ui Book:
lUtd'i Migiuti OU eur Aattoim JurctUm- -
. -i r feed's Magnate VU our srocAe k TeolAacAe.
for sale by SIMON JOHNSON, SacaaisT,' pitisbarvh'
' Pa., sols agent; sold also by B. A. IABnIBTOOK st'
iyi, x.. m. aiaiiibano m uiaaa vraggists generallw
at 'i. . 1-! nakv hntlln,.. A 1 . ill .
L Holidav IFrtasQnts.,
1
PLAIN ALL wool b xaineissoiv
ly S5 seats a yard. Rich Fancy S1US at SO osats
FSTX& BAIN,
wo.Svontl HUjtjStrest, '
dertO
are
To
he
be
is
ot
.
TELEGRAPHIC!
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
CONGRESSIONAL
SENATE.
SENATE. WASHINGTON, Jan. 9.
' A mojiaj from the Preildent was retired.
1 Mr. 8cwaro Dreiented th memorial of the New York
Chamber of Commerce, tiklui the tabtUhmrnt of
steam noittl nrvlce he tween Bin VranclKO and China
Referred to the Committee on Poet Offices and Poet
ttoaai.
ilr fx vtaid lo presented memorial inoJ ly the
rnoet prominent cltlieni ot New York city ooncemlng tbe
preient atale and future htpplneee of the Ulnon.
11 r. StWiED rot the floor to expreei hit vlewi on the
freiiueniimetiAge.
Mr. IlcMTa uked that the raiotuttoni offered ly him
be nude Uie ipecial order for Friday.
. Mr. IiLU preMntedablll to adjuit the pteientdlffl-
oultlei between the States,whlch wm ordered to be printed.
Mr. Blidcll presented a reiolutlon of Inquiry, that the
Pratltlant Inform the BonatewhettierJno.il- Floyd at
present fill, the office of Secretary of War, if not who
hill iheolUce, and If the appointment of actlnc or prorl
ilonal Secretary hai been made, and when and hy what
atnorlty It wu made, and why the fact of men appoint.
mem was not oommnntcaiea to tne nenai.
- Mr. Clarke presented reaolntlons, whloh he uld he
should offer as an amendment to the resolutions of the
Senator from Kentucky, Mr. Orltendsn, when they came
npaeionowi:
' fittohtd, That the provisions of the contltu
Hon are amole fur the nraaarnlion of the TInlon
and the proteotlon of all the material Interests of the
country; that It deeds to be obeyed rather than amended,
and our extrication from our preient difficulties Is to be
looaiaior in strenuous errorts to preserve ana protect
the public properly and enforce the laws, rather than
new (uarautees for particular Interests, or compromise
oreoncesilons to unreasonabledemands.
Jtttolwd, That all attempts to dissolve the Union or
overthrow the Oomtltntlon with the expectation of con
struoting It a new, are dangerous and Illusory, and In the
opinion or ine senate no reconstruction is pracucaoie,
and therefore to the maintalnenoe of the existine Union
and Constitution should be directed all the energies of tbe
uovernment.
'1 be reaolntlons were ordered to be printed.
Mr. Bioita presented 65 memorials from dtliens
ot
Pennsylvania asklnt that the Crittenden resolutions
be submitted to the people.
Mr. 8iARo called for the reading of the President'
mesaaie, and It was read.
Mr. Davis called for the retdlig AT the aceora panylDg
papers, the correspondence of the South Carolina Com
missioner already pahlltlied.
Mr, Divusaid while the country was lookinc anxious
ly to South Carolina, her commissioners arrived here
with power to make a peaceable adjustment of the dif
ficulties. The high character ol these Commissioners Is
wen anown, yet ine report went out that they hai vio
lated etiquette and insulted the President, and ihat the
Coomlsiloner retired. The President In his Message
does not even allude to tbe eauteef the failure of the
negoclauous and does not evea tell na the Ocaimlsslon
ers arosone, lie stops with a letter which we mua
say wu wanting in fairness, and was a pervceiion of the
arguments they pressnted.
Mr. Davis said he had an authentic copy of the Com
missioners reply, aDd asked that It be read by the elerk.
Mr. Kino said the Senator talke of the high character
u. we commissioners, uereaici Arnold ana Aaron
Burr once also had high characters.
Mr. Davis: (Interrupting) the Senator from New-York
oucsoccupiea a nigber position than he does now.
call the Senator to order.
Mr. Kirs: These men were here with a treasonable pur.
pose.
Mr. Davis: I call the Senator to order. Isentapaper
.v ub iv iu, air.
Mr. Kia: I call the Senator to order. I obleot to
the reading of tbe paper. ,
Mr. Davis: If the Senator has the meanness to object,
let It come hack.
Mr. Kmo said he objected to the reading. Ho did not
warn io near mo papers read.
A long discussion ensued on a point of order. The
ajee ana noes were called on the decision of the chair,
that the paper was understood to he part of the Senate
papers.
Mr. King said he objected to the reception or the paper,
as he supposed It wu supposed to supply a deficit In the
President's message.
Mr. Davis explained that he sent the paper limply to
be readu part of his remarks, oonaeauani.lv ha wa murh
surprised to hear the ebjeetion, but if the Senate
chouse to take tbe paper as a paper ot Its own, lie had no
objection. As the Senate had taken charge of It, he
would dispose of it.
Mr. Kims said he simply objected to the reception of
h uc suppoaea wu lntenaed to supply a denoit In
the message, and thought it would be a rebuke to the
riesiusni. lie wu wll Ine tl.e Senator should read lha
paper, oui wu not wiiuog to disapprove the action .
the President, In saying nothing of that letter. The de
cliion of the chair wu auatalned . i, 31- It;.
ine ayes and nays ware called on reading the paper.
Ayea 38; nays 13.
lee lut letter of the Commissioners wu then ml. It
hu already been published.
Mr. Davis resumed and said that more than ever since
tne episode thrown into bis remarks he Dltied the Eae-
cative of the United States. He mast be fallen. Indeed.
when he comes to the Senator from New York for support
sua proieouon; cut wnen tne rresldent received this
letter, when the oountry wis anxious, why didn't the
President call on these men for means, bv which nsace
oould be restored? Be might, then, have avoided the
evil of war, and the country woull not be waiting now to
vev wuvmer it wouia ov peace or war.
Mr. Davis here yielded to the motion from Mr. niiler.
the consideration of the menage be postponed till
Mr. CairTiHDCN moved that his resolutions to submit
amendments of the Oon.lltution. to the people be takes
up.
Mr. ClaCS said he wished to amend, by substituting
ManlmfAA h h4TwA - .
Mr- Wltsnrt mnvpil tAlwllnnn.lt till . .
Mr. WilAOPt moved to nosinone It till to-morrow.
Mr. Push thought It better te decide tbe auestion at
uucv.
Mr. Biolir snoke in favor of rotlne- on the raiolutlnn
now: he thouahtihey bad naelfeted the auestion too
long. Be thought there wu enough pslltical power
uere 10 save we country, itwas never too lata to atroa
for the Union.
air. BiCLrsuRT made an appeal ror a vote now that
country might know, if there wu natriollsm enouuh
hereto save the country by the adoption of the resolu
tions.
The resolutions were then postponed till to morrow.
The Pacific railroad bill wu taken op.
Mr. Wilkinson moved that the bill be referred to the
seleot ocnunlttee.
Mr. Uwm said he thousjht It would dcitrov the bill If
were referred to a committee.
Mr. Latham entered his urotctt mriinat the roferonoa
the bill.
Mr. Uicssald It was evident that tba frlanda of lha bill
inisnaea to pass it without giving the North-West a show.
movea us inaeunite postponement.
sir. oAimsecouuea uie motion.
Mr. LaihaK demanded the avea and nr.ea on theme.
tion.
Mr. Lsnc thous-ht that this was not lha time In nnaa
such a kill, lie thought It wu better to sav to tbe South
inai ineir ntnts anouia be protected, lie did not be
lieve this railroad would restore peace.- Adjourned.
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HOUSE.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 9.
BraaTOS asked leave torraaanta mamorlal f
cltisensof Princeton, on the subset of national attain
coniaing praonoai suggestions. . .
air. uurnei. oujactwl. ; .
The Sneaker laid before the Ilonia a Mauaira from lha
President. He says, at the onenlnir of the session ha
called attention to the dangers of the Union, and reo
ommenueo sucn measures 01 reiler u he believed woo Id
have tbe effect of tranqullitlng the country and save It
from the perila Iota which It is needlessly end unfortu
nately pieced. It Is not necessary to reneat this onln-
lonand recommendation ;hla opinions then expressed re
main nnehanged. lie regreta to say that matters, In
stead ef becoming: better, are still woraa. and hnna la
diminished. ..."
Alluding to the condition of Bunth Carolina h
there is no other alternative but to collect tne revenues
and protect the nubile property as far u la practicable
under existing laws. Uls duty is to execute, not make
laws. The right and duly to use the mllltsry and
naval force against those who Illegally asaall the Federal
Government, Is clear and" indisputable; but the present
tats of things wu beyond the Executive control. We
In the midst of a great revolution, and he recom
mended te Congress to act In toe present emergenoy.
Congress is reserved the power to declare war, and
remove the grievance that might lead to war. and re
store peace to the country. On them rests the respon
sibility. ,
Arter eulogising the blessings conferred by the Union,
says should It perish the calamity will be u severe Is
the southern u In the northern States,
The secession movement Is chiefly made on an appre
hension u to the sentiments of a majority of several
nsruiaru main, net tne question ne transferred to tho
political assembly to the ballot box. The people will
redress the grievance. In heaven's name, let the trial
made before we plunge Into the assumption that the re
ao other alternative. Lotus have reflection won Id
that South Oarolina had reflected, lia aonaal. ts r.nn.
greia to say in their might, the Union shall and must be
preierrei by an constitutional means, lie recommends
Congress to devote themselves to prompt aetion with a
view to peace. A division on the Hue of 38:30 Is sug
gested u oalculated to produos an adjustment.
II wu an imputation on members to say they will hesi
tate a moment. The danger Is on us. In several ef the
States, forts aad arssnala have been stited bv ainrreialTa
wta. Congress should endeavor to give the difficulties
peaoemi soiuuon. lie states tue reason why he had re
frained from aendlng troops to Charleston harbor, believ
ing this would have furnished the pretext, if not the
provocation, en the partlof South Carolina, , for all ar
greulon. Heterrtng to Major Anderson, he says: That
officer could not, before he left Fort Moultrie, have held
that post 48 orSO hours. Bs had warnadhleoountrymen
Its danger. Me felt that the duty wu faithfully but
imperfectly perforated.,. Us wu conscious that he meant
wsilfcr his oountry. -
Mr. Uowasd ol Michigan moved that the h.
referred to a apeclel committee of Ave, with Ixstruotlons
to inquire whsiher any executive officers of the United
States have been, or are now treating or holdlngtwmou
Btoaiion with any person or persons for transfer of forte
or any other property! whether any demand, for their
surrender hu been made, and by whom, and what
anawer nu neon given; wnstner any officer or ffloers
have entered into any pledee not to oend- reinforcement
of troope so theharbor of Charleston; it so, when, where
and by whom, acd on what considerations; whohher tho
Custom House Pott Office and Arsenal at Charleston
have teen seised, snd by whom held In noes Melon:
whether any revenue cutter has been seised, and whether
any enorte nave men maae to recover It. .
. The committee nave power to send for nersons and na
pars, and report Cross time to tlsse such facta u may be
required for the national honor, esa. ......
Mr. Ho osToit raised the point that such Instructions
were againn tne mice.
sir. iiowABD repued, and moved the previous que
tion. . - '
Mr. CaAWrosD said there was no cause forexciiement;
" " .... nwm, J IWU WW puim. f! '
(Vokee There la no aanltamaM,. t? ar Mu
Mr. CaawroxD continued Men should be eool and
wnuareianu tne line on which they are going. He In
:,.." eugu is oner a substitute tor the resolu
UUD,
JjSTita$'tyt,ih wMsnt. '"!
w. V-JJ """' i ine rrnoie. ., - s
,v.v . ""aaraed that the Preildent Inloi
I.. Ik. I..," V" "UIUKOI a
, lavlt
r.'. Tra! :i " uo re as mar avert slvll
war,
spprais to Coagrest to soaks so ef-
sat
tha
alon
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to
the
tal
tun
for
was
the
oi
to-uay,
is
a
fort to restore the fraternal relations which ouiht to
exist. The recommendation made by the President la
entitled to the respect of the American people) but tbe
resolutions pending, Instead ol proposing a remedy,
looked to a special committee to Indict somebody. He
would vote against the resolutions.
Mr. FLoasMca, believing the resolutions were produc
tive of no good, opposed them, '
Mr. Hill said the resolutions were not based co a pi
else plan to adjust thedlfflculties. -
Mr. Martifi. of Vs., looked on the reiolutlon u a fire
brand to be throws Into the country, which was already
excited.
The resolution wu pused ayes 103, nays 62.
Mr. Msvnard asked oonient to offer a resolution that
the minority report might be made from the. committee of
inirty.mreo.
Mr. lilntlman railed on thechalrman testate the num
ber of members attending the meeting, whether there
wu acy probability of making a report, and state, such
paruouiara as would no calculated to shea some ugni on
me suD)oui.
Mr. Burnet said ha nnileritood from the member from
Arkansas that there wu no nrobahllitv ef agreeing. A
number of members representing the slave Statea bad
withdrawn from 11: wu it therefore oolitlo or wise to
continue the committee, when there was no prospect
that they ever would reportl , lie wanted to dlschirge
them.
No action was taken on the resolution.
The House went Into committee ol the whole on the
state of the Union on civil and miscellaneous appropria
tion bills.
The committee rose without eimiog to acy conclusion
on the bill.
On motion of Mr. Leake, the selsot committee on tho
President's special message were Inatruoted lo enquire
whether any arms have recently been removed from liar
per's ferry to Pittsburgh, and IT so, by whcia authority,
and for what reason.
The resolution was amended so u to extend the enqui
ry as to the removal of arms from all the arsenals.
Mr. Morris, of Pa., presented a memorial from clti
sens of Philadelphia, signed by men of all parties, in
favor of Mr. Crittenden's oompromlte, Bcferred to the
committee of thirty-three.
On motion, tbe House adjourned.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 9. TO-DAY PROCEEDINGS.
HOUSE.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 10.
DoetslkR resumed his personal explanations. He
denied the statement made In a newspaper published in
his (Harper's ferry) district, that he offered a resolution
under which the committee of thirty-three wu appointed,
at the instance of members of the llepublioan party. He
offered his resolution alter a consultation with Democrats
and the party with which he acts. He meant to test
whether In response to the olive branch thus presented
the Kepublicsns would oSer the sword. He bad bees dis
appointed In the action of the Committee, the manner in
which it was formed and the delay after a month's time
in1 naklna a nwmI If II...... A. . .i . i .
f -.) av-vaw. a. ... uvunuvoiiiui . avium
ocioi-o anotner week, tnosewnor desire to pieserve the
liepublio, will find It too late.
Mr MAYMAan aiked leave to offer a resMutlon direct
ing the select committee to conaider the frealdenl'a aua
cial message, and to report on that part with reference to
submitting the questions which are now threatening the
dissolution of the Government, and that the committee
report thereon at an early day, by bill or Joint resolu
tion. Mr. Jonss objected to Its introduction.
Mr. Morris, of Pa., nreaented a memnrlil of eltlvnina
of Philadelphia, signed without distinction of party,
suggestlns: a national oonve.-ition. In tint i-itr. on th
iWd of February, with a view to adjust tho present dijh
cultllc. and moved it be printed.
air BRANCH oi'jested only for the reaton thai It wu
not customcry to nrlnt nation emlnatlnir fromnrivata
partlei. - ' '
sir. Jonxi also ob ccted to printing. Gentlemen said
a great deal about their Conatitutional obligations.
Mr. Morris knew of ho nartv obleetinc tn iio what ,
just on the fubjeet, but there was ndiflerence of opin-
ivuih u -iua.ar".i.unBiuuuoBatriguis.
Ma. HocrroHeaid that the nrlutimrof lha Mrnnnri.il
could de no harm. lfaconvuVin of Sla'.es can'tbe called
to apply the remedy for the difficulties of tbe country
they (may si lecstscre natd ceflu separation of the
Unite.
Mr. Ci'I remarked that the memorial was .lr. hr
gentlemen of all parties, and proposed a National Con
vention to meet at independence Hall, where the Declara
tion of Independence was proclaimed, and tbe Constitu
tion wu framed.
Mr. Morris withdrew his motion to nrlnt. Tho mri
orial lies on the table.
ARRIVAL OF THE NOVIA SCOTIA.
FORTLARO. Jan. 10. The Bleam Rl.ln Nnvia U..,i.
r. oaiir, i rum tjiverpooi, jire. vrin, tia Lou
dooderry the S8th, arrived here at 11 list night. The
mail will be duels New York at midnight.
(Irrat BatTAix. Nothing of moment has transpired
ui. uvpBr.ufo ui iiiv raustine.
PRAMca The connection of Count of Demorny with
the financial speculation in mines, and lha ua.nn.nM,
which had taken place in connection therewith, wcro at
tracting considerable attention In Paris.
canines councils bad been held upon the subject and It
wiui ins, a.aiaiaiivv inquiry wouia ensue.
a us nwraii ues asows animadverts on on the Ine a-
pUoablo poller of Prance, and earnestly advocates the
withdrawal of the French fleet at Quia.
Italy Keporta relative to the state of affaire at Oaata
continue contradictory. A dispatch from Uaeta, of the
Sid says the bombardment of the city was continued with
vigor. The Spanish Ambaiador left his palace on account
" viug nuuicu wits outlets, i we omcers nd been
struck while standint near the klne.
New Sardinian batteries can be seen, and are evidently
iuj v iuais,m uia unmoarament.
A deputation hu arrived here from Calabria, anil nm.
raised to raise an insurrection In f.vnrof tha Kim,.
The Turin correspondent of the Dally Timet asserts
that the ermmencementof hostile demonstrations aalsst
Oaeta, from the aea side, are thonght to be at hand, u
ordere have been sent to the gun boats at Ancona, to
icnvv uuuicujaiviy ,or napiea, ann tne anipeot war, ata
tloned at Genoa and Sneiilt. had tn smi in ,h.
destination.
ine uarnsos at usets uu been dinunishsd la number,
by the dismission of anortion of Iheroval nisrHs .hn
fidelity wu doubtful. The remaining- dafeniixra i
deplorable state, but their
still further, for a oooslderuble period.
atuBTHiaine correspondent at Vienna la confident I
that nothiog but brutal force can Induce iha in.i,:..
Government to qnlet tbe Qnadrllateral.
There wu a repoit that Knrland and Pranr h.A .i
an underaUnding In regard to Venclla, urging the
ceaslon of Vonotla without any territorial nimin.
it Is stated that Austria oniiad n,ff.ntiiin. .uh
Rome for tbe complete abolition of the Conoorilat.
Aeoonnta from Huegary are very uustt'sfactory, Jo
taxes were being paid.
LATEST VIA LONDONDERRY.
Losdon, Dec. 28 The Time' eitff arlli-li mora tha.
uwuiBuu iur u suiiudi at uiq md to-day, wu aovery
heavy, that but fur the facts being attributable lo the ex-
eapuuuai waute as tne close or tne year, an advance In
rate wouia prouiniy nave been decided upon. The eilecl
upon too eioca market was considerable.
caiNA. ibe overland mall hu arrived.
Lord allilo expects to leave China earlv In tha mar Tl
Second Kegiment Is about to leave, and IS Men-of War
werealso cumins: home. The fate of tha antlm narll..
prisoners taken Sept 13th, has been ascertained. Tha
death of Captain Braoaioo occurred on tha 1st. end he
wu saved much suuoring thst others underwent. Re
wu beheaded by order of the Tartar Gtneral. The
Delue, wu beheaded at Ihe same time. . i
1 he more Indinorocco Lord Klein dlinlived ah-mt
signing the oondion the more alarmed the Chlnete a-ov
erament became Ihat a gnat retribution awaited the
Emperer and his goverment. It wu resolved that the
summer Palace should be burned lo Ihe ground u it
was ob ths spot where some of ths cruelties towards ths
prisoners bsd been perpetrated.
Proclamations were posted in Pekln Informing, iha
people of the meaenres that were to be taken and the
masons for their adoption. Thetfardcns, Palaces , Tern
plea and Pagodahs, occupied a space of alx or seven
miles lo extent. Two days were reauired to effestnallsr
flio to and destroy all the buildings. The loss ou
property destroyed exceeded two millions pounds
exclusive of the buildings.
The Chinese were brought to terms on other points ty
proclamations from Sir Hope Grant, threatening to sack
Pekiu.
On Thursday neice ru aimed. Lord Eliin mnA sir
nope Grant entered Pekln accomDinied hv an airort of
6UH0 man and 100 officers ef regiments.
s.ora Aigia wu carried in nis stale ebair. carried by tbe
Chinese dressed In scarlet. eirlRobert Neuter's Dlvi-
lined the streets u Lord Klgln pused, and followed
Intervals taking up a slrategltlcal position In case of
srracuery.
His lordsbtb wu received bv Prince Kunr. Lonl El.
gin's manner wuatcrn acd calm. He motioned Kung
a teat on the right, which wu soniidered tbe lowest
seat.
On return of Ihe ambassador and comnamlar.ln hlafj
teats Were OCCUDled hv the troane. en ihat lha flanl.'
of the Chinese Umpire wu la actual possession of
nninn rnnce.
Kung said to Lord Elutn that manv mistakes had been
made In their lnterooune with foreigners, but he hoped
a new state of thinn. '
Accounts from Calouita ars to Nov 83d Ken Sahlbl
reporied at Theblt with several thousand followers.'
Italy Paris, Thursday evening. The Aayt mys
tendency of publie epinion preiajtea Ihat the Uarlbal
dlan party will obtain a majority at the elections of tbe
Italian Parliament. Ooont Cavour hss ths Intention of
retiring at least professionally from the Sardinian Min
istry. , - . .
LtvBP00L,Dec. S3. The brokers circular renorti sales
vouoa ror tae lour aavs. va.uou hales, lnc udlna-vu.
OOOtospeerilatersandSOOO to exporters. All qualities
nave aavanota XWK, ana the market closes with an ac
tive demand both for trade ard eperulatton. Tbe eales
rrlday, sum up JS.000 bales, including 4000 to
speculators and exporters.' Market oloaine Arm at the
following quotations fair Orleana 1, middling iHl
mooiies ,,m.uuuog ijh; lair npianns middling vx.
The stock in Port Is estimated at 53U.U0O bales of which
403,000 are American, Breadstufls market firm, with an
advaneing tendency, hut bualness is restricted by the
nonasya. rrovision market dull.
LOMDon.rrldayaoon. Consuls (15K:I. 0. shares S9V
S8X; discount Brie shaies M.O. 77a7. .
;
-
of
ot
Important from Charleston.
Charutoh, Jan. 0 The steamer Star of tbe West In
endeavoring to en ter our harbor about daylight tills morn
ing, wu opened upon by the uarrlson on aiorrts Island,
and also by fort Moultrie. The eteaaer put about and
went to sea. I have not been able to learn whether the
steamer or ary person on board wat Injured. The belief
inai no injury wat received, rort bumpter did not
rwaponu.
Lieut Ttall. of Fort Bomnter. come over to the eitv
about 11 o'clock, with a flag of trace. He repaired lo
tne quarters ot the governor, follow by a crowd of citl
sene. He wu In secret conference with the Governor
and Council for two hours, At o'clock be wu tsnt iu
oarilage with the Governor's aids to the wharf, and
returaoa lo Fort 8 ampler. The object ol hit mission It
not anown. it is snpposed that It relates to the tiring
on tbe Star et the Wait . Tha r-sfinnla tarsi s-rsia aavsti
ed. There were ao demonstrations aretnst Lieut Hall.
tuuoju grr curiosity to know what he camo for.
Alabama Convention.
ItolTTeOMRRT, ALA.. Jan. B. Tha Rnnnnlinn lrv,l.
has mostly been In secret session. A committee of thirteen,
consisting of seven secessionists and six eo operatlonlsts,
werw sippouiieu, ycaieruay, to oraw np tne ordinance of
secestlor. The committee will probably make Ihelr re
port te , twirrow. Nothing ol Interest wu determined
to-day. .
Volunteer eompanles departed for Pentacole, Florida.
to aay At is anuerewoa tnat tnej went oo the Nqaltt'
Uonef the Governor of Florida. -
On a tut vote the seoeslon erdlnseos will probably bs
passed by a few majority.
From Washington.
WiaiimnToR, Jan. 0. The objeotof the departure of
the Brooklyn for Charleston, to supposed to be relative to
tne sterol tue rrvai.
In case the authorities of South Carolina oppose the
ingress of ths latter luto the Harbor, by bringing back
tbe troops to Norfolk.
Wm. II . Busssll wu balled out to-day. tils bail wu
qualified to over ons million dollars, but at the Instance
ef ths U. 8. District Attorney, It wu reduord to 100,
000. Com. Hsrtstlne, of South Carolina, hu resigned his
poeition in tie Navy.
Capt. Kearney of N. J., hu written a letter recalling
hie letter of resignation, but It apperS this ni never
reaa at tne navy department.
Senator Seward has ths floor for Saturday to speak on
the state of the Unieu.
It appears from the official repoit, thst since April
lut, the Government has sold to various, parUss Hi UUO
muskets,sltersd Imm flint to percussion loekstl a oost of
Iti cents a piece- They were almost worthless, and ware
previously condemned by the ordinance officer..
A teleiranb despatch from the Navy Department to an
officer at Key West, wu recently Intercepted at Mobile
by tne authorities there.
The'.U. B. Agricultural Soolety commenced their an
nual sesalon at the Bmlthonlau Institution to-day.
Col. Ware, of Virginia, le elected Preildent pro tern.
The act of Incorporation given by Congress, wu accepted
and various Committees were appointed.
Eneraotlo measures are being made for the protection
of public property In and about the city.
WAiHt-oTO, Jin. iu. ine secretary or the Treuu
ry has advertised for proposals for taking the fire mil
lion of dollars of treuury notes, under the act of Dec.
last. The bid will be opened on the 19th of Jan.
The President hu accepted Secretary Thomoson'i res
ignation, lie, In a letter, says that Thompson Is oer-
talnly llioucb honestly mistaken, Inalloclua that do con
tusion wu reached In the Cabinet, as to aendlng troops
to vort Bumpier, witnout delay.
The only document transmitted with the menage yes
terday, wu the commissioners flr,t letter and hlirrolv.
both previously published.
Tbe reported flreing Into the Star of the West, at
Charleston, Is true, beyond a doubt. Dispatches receiv.
ed here confirm the firelng Into tbe Star of the West, and
' some oi tne snots took cuectupon ner.
The Special Committee on the Stolen Indian
Bonds.
Wsur York, Jan. 0. The special committee appointed
by the Speaker or the House of Representatives, wlihfull
power, Sic. are in session at the St. .Nicholas, upon the
matter of the stolen Indian Trust Bouds.
Among thore already suOpoeus.d, or about to he, are
Collector Schell. Clarke, Dodge at Ce , Simon Draper.
Haw j n av w . . . . . .
v.. a. iucr mu y ii . avowry, jsjaiMW, Ainrgsn at CO.,
.uvujjiwju nm,., ,r. r, uoiemsn c uo, wara, camp
bell t Co., Duncan, Sherman at Co , and several oth
ers. Believing that the nubile latensts will he heat anh.
served by conducting the Invemljration u privately as
possible the members lisve pledged themselves not to
airuigennytuing la regard thereto. They hope to con
elude their work here before the close of the week.
Virginia Legislature.
HicuxrwD. Vs.. Jan. B.A lolnt rainlulinn aoa intro
duced In the Senate to-day, to appoint a committee to
represent te Me rreeiaent or the United States, that In
the Judgment of the General Assembly of ths State of
VlralDla. any additional mllltarv Dowarln (ha Snufhaflll
Jeopardise the tranquility of the ttepublic. axd that the
evacuation or rort sum ter is the proper step that should
he taken towards the restoration of peace and harmony.
Laid over.
Tho resolutions relating to a national convention, with
an amendment for a convention of the sUveholdine
Siatee, to produce concert of action, were referred to a
Joint committee on foderal relations.
The House hu pused tho second section of the Con
vention bill, designating the ilhof Februarv next for ih.
eleotion of delegates. .
Naw York, Jan. 9. Hon. John A. Dixhaa been anm.
moned lo Washington to take a seat la tho Cabinet It
is uncertain whether he will take the War or Interior
Deparlmentor PostmuterGeneralship.
Special despatches from Washington say the Cabinet Is
deliberating upon the propriety of anesllng Senators
Toombs and Wlgfall for high treuon.
The President hu prepared a onmmunlcatlon to he laid
before Congress disavowing CaveJcbnson's swarda on the
raraguayciaimanta and sustaining Mr Clay in the mat
ter of the diplomatic relations with Peru.'
Seward to be in Lincoln's Cabinet.
Albany, Jan. 0. The Zvtntng Journal to-night an
nounces officially Mr. Seward's acceptance as Secretary
of State under Mr. Llnooln's Administration. It aaya
that ihe department wu tendered to Mr. Seward early
in Deoemher last, and after consultation with friends on
whose affection and Judgment he Is accustomed to rely,
he accrpted tho position.
Another Seceding State.
Jackson, Miss., Jan. 0. The Convention has pused
the ordinance for Immediate uosstlon, by a rote of 4
to 10U,
All prominent placet are Illuminated; cannon i aie be
ing urea ana nre works displayed generally.
From the Captain the Star of the West.
NRW Tors. Jan. 10. A dlsnateh from riant. M.
Gowaoof ths steamship Star of the West, says thst he
ri"u aaieiy wuu tne troops lor major Anderson.
and ,ha. Via V. . .1 I. .-I 1 i '
" - "v uMiiuvaum iu wnarueirun nero)r
A osjcsta, Oa., Jan. 9. A Despatch received here
from Charleston ttatot that the steamship Star of the
ww at aitcmptea to reiniorce rort Sumter this morning,
when the batteries on Morris Island opened a fire on
ur. come iu snots were area at tne star of the West,
wnen ine retired, rort Sumter did not fin a gnn . .
Senator Trumbull Re-elected.
epRlRarietD, 111.. Jan 9. Lyman Trambull was to
day re elected U. S. Senator. Vole, artr.fnn, tn
. ssi
NnaroiK, Va. Jan. 9. The sletmer Brooklin Las luat
i.u, vi wv. uua passuu uig uapss etv o clock this aiter-
uooa.
tWiLHixoTOR, N. 0., Jan. 10 Forit Johnston and
Casewell were taken possession of on the niiht of the
wu, vj iu, niuiuivoii guaru.
CANADIAN & DUITED STATES MAIL
STEAMERS
TO AN IS FICO.TI
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW.
. Liverpool, 'Montreal, Quebec,
Villi n
NEW YORK.
i
The llontreal Ocaan Steamahln GanmnT1, .mUUm
frJll-noweredClyde-huIlt Steamers tall every Mat
nrdar from PORTLAND, carrying the Canadian and
Uulted States Mall and pauengert,
NOVA 8C0TIAN Cspt. UcMuteri,
' ' BOHEMIAN Oapt. Orange,
' . NORTO BRITON Oapt. Borland,
CANADIAN ...Oapt. Graham, ' '
' NORTH AMHniOAN..Capt. AltonT
ANGLO-SAXON . I... . Capt. Balantlne,
HIBEHNIAN. .
NOftWEGIAN,. .
Sbortest, Cbeapoif andQalckcttCon
veyunce treiu
AKEBICA TO ALL PAST8 07 ETJBOFX.
Will sail from LIVERPOOL every Wedueadav.
and from QUEBEO everf Katardavs sailing at
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and land Malls and
Pusrngers, to snd from Ireland and Bootlaod.
Glugow pasaengert are furnished Willi ntoj pasuge
tickets to and from Londonderry.
Re I urn tickets granted at reduced rates.
An eiporienced Surgeon attached to each steamer.
Certificates issued for carrying to and bringing out pu
Mngare from all the principal towns of Great Britain and
Ireland, at red uoed rates, by this line nf steamers, and
by the WASHINGTON LINE Of SAILING PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool every week.
For passage, apply at tbe Offiss. 33 BIlOAn
WAV, New Ta'ork, and 18 WaTEH ST,,
Liverpool,
BABEL ft BEAE1E, General Agonu,
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONG.
nolO-lyd&w Statesman Offloe, Columbus, Ohio.
Sheriff Sale.
Vetlerlsin Snd Fvumbower,
. - .
Common Pleat.
Nov. term, A. D., '60.
John Kanle, et al
V VIRTUE Or AN OHDCR OF SALE
XJ to me directed, rmm tbe Court of Common Pleat,
Franklin County, Ohio. I will offer for sale, at the
store room No. 33, opposite the Court-House, In the city
ivoiumuus,saio commencing on
Saturday, ths 19th day of January, A. D.,1861,
10 o'clock, A. M., thelfollowlng described property, to
wlt: Mix spring teat chairs; thlrty-elx beds and mattraa
aes, twenly ilx bedsteads and bedding, tix cane scat arm
chairs, a lot of common tianda, and wuhstands, alx
dining-room tables, two kitchen tablet, a lot of dinner
plates, soup plates, pitchers and glauware; a lot of
knives and forks, tablespoons and teaspoons; two cook
stoves and . pipe, a lot of carpeting, wash bowls and
pitchers looking g lutes, dto.; one desk, two docks, one
lounge, iworounutauiu: a lot oi ranurniture consist
ing of bottles, decanters, tumblers, drawere, fcc.; one
barrel of whisky, and a small lot of other lienors. Also
three bureaus; one sprlng wsgon; one horse and harneu;
four coal stoves, and a lot of gas fixtures.
0. W UCFKMAN, Sheriff.
Jas8.-10ld By Ed. Davis, Dtp'ty
laliogany ; Saw-Hill
AND
BEDSTEAD FACTORY, ,
.: 100 Pearl Street.
ROSEWOOD, MAHOGANY AAD
Black-Walnut Boards ami Plank of various thick
ness i Mahogany and Rosewood logs; Uahogany eer
Rosewood Veneers; ebra wooa veneera: u lack-Walnut
and Oak Crotch Veneers; Line mottled Mahogany; Walnut
and Oak Veneere; also, plain Veneera, at So. per foot,
for frame makers; Piano and Cabinet Mouldings; also.
If ahogany and Walnut Bannisters snd Newel Is, all sites
and patterns; Uahos-eny Hand-rail Stun for stair-build-era;
Bpsnlsb Cedarfor Cigar Bone; cut and sawed Bsost
lDg for Pictures and Looking gUue Praiaet. Also,
u Inch Pooler. In lanre auantities: l.iinum Vita, well
sorted for Block-makers and Tan-pin Balls; also, out
Walnut, Slanogany ana nose wood veneers
Having bull! a Bedstead Futory adjoining my Mahofl
anv Saw mill, which It now In operation. I would re
sportfully mvlte the trade to tali and examine nay as
sortment or nooateaas, wnion i euer tor eais at sow rates
and warntau-d a good article,
HINRTALBRO.
Jy31-wfiis - ' 190 Tearl street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
THE MARKETS.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPH FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, Jan. 9.
FLOUR receipts are 963 bill, market J 10c better
bat demand limited; salra of 8.000 bble at 3 22i93 3j
for superfine State: 5 4-.JtO for extra stale ; $1 SOU,
93 35 lorsupoitoe wesUin; ti JUS5 90 for common to
medium run western; 95?&BSbO inferior to good
shipping brands extra Bound Hoop Ohio.
HY H VLOUR eteady at $3 3034 IS
W HE AT aarket lo better, tales of 60,000 bushels at
1 33 for winter red western; 1 25 for fair Chicago
Spring; SI 30 for choice Milwvukee Club; 1 Ml for
Whim Mlrhlmn.
HYE-juletat747So.
BAKLMY-dull at 7080fl.
CO UN receipts of 7.4V8 bush; market a shade better;
talea or 50,100 bath at 70ft70)(, mixed wssurn in store
and delivered 71079. yellow Southern.
OATS quiet at 35.K837 for western Oanadin acd
tale.
PORK fiim: sales ol 100 bblt at 110,7 for men, and
flJ,15 for prime
B K R F steady and unchanged.
CUT MIATS dull.
LARD steady; sales of 100 bblt at 10Jo.
BUIMR In fair request at 1016, end 1.S90 for
state.
CHEEBK-steady at 910kc.
WHISKY shsde easle; sales of 300 bbl. at lOo.
STOCKS lower and dull, but close firmer, however
money and Exohange no change; Oh. ex R. I. HH; 0.
B. AQ. 67; O. 0. ti'X; M. 8. 14Mi do quoted i-X;
M. C 53) Uarl. 15; Brie 35 W I N. J. 0 llo; Pac. Mall
S.IX; N. Y. 0. 75X1 Hud- Head, 33X; I. 0. script
7S; o. at T. iiSi at- H.sujf .
COFP t E remains tteadyi sales of 300 bsgi of Bio at
HM ixjto., lou ataracaoo at ic
bUOAH unchanged; ules of 317 hbdt. Cubs at 5K (8
Si; CUO boxes Uavacnab.
Cincinnati Market.
There It a farther relaxation of nerve In the Flour
market, buyers having withdrawn all speculative bids
and left the trade to actual orders for a.-oouut of con
sumers. Orders being light, holders again manifest an
eagerness to sell and submit to a decline of 3910c per
Di'rei. we now quote superune at ,ou.
WHS IT hss yielded to the Influence of a very re-
ttrlcted demand, so that l 00 for red, and 1, 03 for
white, are the beat figures that can be meda
CO HN Is at last quoted for Ear, but Shelled continues
neavy, nut not lower.
OATS have a fair market at yesterday's quotation
BARLEY it iu good request, aad tbe best quality of
prime commands coo.
. HYB-ls taken freely atC3t.
WHISKY ie firm at He.
HOGS are still held firmly bo Mllert, but the pack
ers place a lower eetimate on went to day than jester
day, and are hard to tempt above heavy averages. There
wss a sale of 430 head averaging 930, at ta.li. This
was the lowest price we heard of as paid for such weights,
and from thla figure lo 90,49 may be regarded u the
range of Ihe maiket. There was but little spirit In the
marxet, partly owing to tne expectation ot larger re.
ceipta to-morrow, partly to the weather, but mainly to
tho fact that money faclitles are not sufficiently abundant
tg encourage Ihe speculative risk attending eperailons at
present prices. Considerable eonjer ture It Indulged u
to the prohable amount yet to come In. and many are
giving way to the notion that 410,000 to42O,0O0 will cov
er the crop. Wbilat prices keep up, however, every hog
Com.
Com. Jan. 10.
Cleveland Market.
January, 9.
FLOUR unchanged; tales 60 bblt double extra red at
1 ,87, SO bblt oholce do at SJS.95, and 3,000 lbs buckwheet
at$i,0039.9Spercwt.
WHUAT said 9 can red at tl.03.ssd 1 car common
do at I 03.
OOHN sales l car at 37ic and 1 do at 33c.
OATS quiet at 93o
IJOGS unchanged and sellln? readily at $5.75 for
heavy.
BGAN9 tales i bblt at 70c.
PORK steady at 913.00.
LARD selling at fc9Ko.
B IS E.D8 aulet at tl.50 for Clover and C3 00 for Tim
othy.
KU(iS-qU!et at 131.
foJ
Baltimore Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
BALTIMORE, 9, 1861.
Flour steady; Howard St. aupeilor at J SO; Ohio
and City Mills held at 15.40. Wheat steady, red 1,30
1.33, white $l,tmm. CoRR-deollned 3c; white 61
6Jc; yellew rJ 63c. Provisions firmer: Pons mets
17.0. lard lUe. Corria active. biskv Heady
atUXiSlOa.
la
NEW GOODS
FOR THE.
ays!
CHEAPER THAN 'EVER!
UKCURRENT MONEV
TAKEN AT TUiu IIIftliENT BATED.
Broche and Wool.
CLOAKS
Of Every Description.
..i
CL01H9,
CASS1MERES, and
VESTINGS.
D ,K B B S GOODS.
Beautiful Styled.
LADIES AND GENT'S
WRAPPERS AND DRAWKRS.
Hosiery and Gloves.
VELVET RIBBONS,
All Widths.
mi zxx to r Q 1 o x io 0 r
Fancy Woolen Good3.
ictjapp & co.,
NO. 119
SOUTH HIGH STREET.
octU-Sawd-l&w-tal
MOORNINO OODN-Black lagllah Orapea;
Crape Collars, OnfTs aad Rleeveel Lens and Short
Craps Veils; Bound Crap Teilti Lane Tells Crape
Trimmed; Plain Uesamed Collars; Beta; Huejnrohiafs
Aleaandre'a Black KM moves; Saoe; stibbons) silks;
Bombasines; TreTOllof and all other kiadtof fireet Ooods
eonstantiy on nana lu great variety.
'.-, si , .--. rariain sain,
sure? , ' - - - - Una iW worth of Hell Home.
rrnG RECEPTION HOOP ftKIKT.
X Tho mosttjraoeful aad elegant skirts vet offered for
sale. A new letiust oyenea oy . raTauvAlil,
dec.U. , , ,, , Mo. SvBouthUUh street
Oolong Tea,
?l -
AT 40 CENT! PER POUND. AT '
p7
MS High street,
at
Is
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F
than
nigo
one
vet
great
the
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in
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
, NCV7ABK OHIO, v
aasasaw oi res r-
a a
niaiionnry- a team En-
iv Miiisj, UriatHlIU,
liues. Haw
c, eve.
lAJfSct EOHLXTBtatenl a. C F. BLUYDTBtaitnl
J. t J. B. DtTTALL Beaten III COLVXBUS
UACmSSCO. Beatenllll BJIiDlOBD
tt CO. BeaUnllltl
Our Portable Eogins snd Baw Mill
Wu awarded the flrat premium of $M at the Indiana :
Stats Fair for lGO over Last h Bodleys oa account of I
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior character of lumber sawod. i
Our Buttlonary Engine was awtrded at she tame lair i
Ihe first premium of (300.
ynr rortabie Knglne wu gwardi d the first premium of i
a,wa ... "VT. " r vi ,
,VT o lnl"n,Pn'e, ienn.,over mandy't Du
vail s, Columbus Machine Co's., and Bradford St Co'e.,
bT COOinlttM ofnrantlsal B.lfn.A Cn.l.
I EnslhMsa
a! yirw inn mi iu Kaureif
WILL ARD WARNER, Treasurer,
de&-d,wl;eols. Mewark, Ohio.
STnai ..l Jl a- - a J
PBICES BKDUCED
LFrom the New 1 ork Observer. 1
A I all parties muufacturloe Beerlna- Machines are oh
Ilged 10 nV Mr. Howe a licanae ansach nachlna aalfl.
and are a so compelled to make returns to him, under
oath, aa to IhAEunla,. uM. M. haaV ...
ment. From this reliable source we have obtained tha 1
lowing siatiitict. Of the mactaiaet mads In the year I
1839, there were told, I
By Wheeler At Wilson 31.303
' I. U. Singer St Co 10.033 I
" Orover It Baker .'. 10.SWJ I
Phnwtnff thm al.a nt Vli..I.. A. TT1 1.. 1 A 1 1 '
those of any other Company." .
Awarded the highest premiums at ths
Doited States Pain of IBM, lHi'j and 1S6U;
also at the
Ohio State Pairs of 1959 and 1660;
and at nearly all tha County lairs In the State.
Our nrices. at tha late reduction, or aa Into nm
loci Ha machine now sold, and but a tilde blgber than
the Interior two thread attain itlii maahinu, now
forced upon tbe market.
Tbe WHKXLBB At WILSON MACHINE male, the
Look Stiob the only one which cannot be leveled. It
Auki o Botb Sints of Ihe eooda. leaTina- tut rlilns nr
chain on th under, tide.
Ail maoAtne it ar' anted 3 near, and IntlrucHan
given In their use. free of enarie.
II. CnABi, el High St.. Columbee, 0.
Wkl. eCHNKKt CO.,
dtc3 SawdSmkwum Pike's Of era House, Cincinnati.
BORTLE & SHEDD,
No. 273 South High Street,
DEALERS IN
FlfiH f'AirilLT GBOCEKIES, FWH
elgn and Doosstlo P rolls, oholot family flour,
leas, c, ere now in receipt of their entire Btxk pur
chased within the put two weekt In Mew York at Panic
Prices.
We merely with to tsy that we have every thing usual
ly kept inafrfeiae Grocery, and an determined to
tell oar Goods at prices that will defy competition.
inroootta Delivered o any part ot
tha city free of Charge.
dec17-deodlm '
WHITE WHEAT FAITIILT IXIItriC,
"Oolden Aire Brand." For tale only by BORTLK
8HEDD, No. 273 South nighstrset. dec71-deodlm
STEWART'S IIOI7BLE EXTHA OOL
en Syrup, from drippings of LoafSugsr at BOKTLK
SUEDfi'd. decl7-deodlm
GENUINE 1IUL.L.AN t IIKltHI0, A t
BOHTLE It BUKDD'o, S73 South High street.
dec!7-deodlm
CHOICE KAISIN8, PRUNES, CI K
rantt and Flit, chsan. at BOKTLK at BHKDIi'm
Grocery. decl7deodltn
FIKE CKACKEHS-lOO BOXES JUST
received by BuRTLE tt SUEOO, S73 South High
tv- oecis-aeoaim
rtUOICEGHEEN AND BLACK TEAM,
oiuaoaim
TJUltE WINKS AN It LIULUHN Folk
Medical pumoses. Scotch Ale and London Parur. at
sviviLisi m duiiw i. aeeiv-deodlm
UnUBFIIiEDtlUOAR. I3LRM. FOR
1, and and all the standard Refined 8urars. cheerier
the eheape.t, goto BOUTLI It SHEDU's 873 South
street decl7rteodlm
GREAT ATTRACTIONS
AT
WM. RICHARDS
AGAIN NOTIFIES THE PEOPLE OF
(jolumWus and vicinity, that he It before them with
of the best stock of
DRY GOODS
offered to their dltsrlmlnatlng gate selected with
care, and purchased at Pan lo Price., he ftel. JutU
aed In teytng, so man can offer greater Inducements to
'ready pay" tuysrs. Bis line of
Dress (foods
complete, consisting of all the latest ttyltt and Im
portations. I "asaaj swaaaaaw as
both plain aad fancy, and In great varieties.
Satinets, Cloths and Cassimeres.
IN Q0ANT1T1M. TO Mil TBI MANV.
PRintsi
PRINTS! I PRINTS 111
f TAUM TO MtTMIAOtrs TOO IICNT10N,
BnceUng, BhlrUnr, Ticking, Toweling, Cotton It Weal
Flannel, Oeatlemeu'i Furnishing Goods, Ao., Ac, at
J GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
HOODS ! KHOODS ! I !
tABTiFDt ours trT ktonvto r ixrggsa.
BALMORAL SKIRTS;
rasoe wlO-duiltld by all to be -the 0-' .'
Best, Nicest -and Cheapest,
market. Don't fall to gel one.
Kemembet the f lac and oall toon at
258 South High Street, i .
NIAI PltKND. ' I
dtolfl-lutd WILLIAM sUCHAUBI.
HOLIDAY PRESENTS;
i
ALtXANDR'l KID Q LOTS 8.
fOINT LAOI COLLARS. - i
TALENOIINNKH COLLARS At BLEtVlJ
EMB'D MUSLIN do - Jo '
" LINEM do - " ' l ! '
B00AVB B03l)3 do '
PINJ APPI.I nAWUKSROHIUfB.' "GILT BKtTg.
MOUKNINO do NHHIA8.
HMi;i), TIT0BKDr " do- . niWM.
UBKNIDINBfclaOi VKIL9 SLKBVEg;
. r a,avavvsrruriKIS fJAlltlKt, OtJRABlU.
lor sale by . PETER BAItf, .
doclll. 1 - - Wo.. Bonih Hliih Street.
WIN'IKH LAM4My.-..-
, W1HTBB DrLAINBU.' ' 'J'"
7. , 1 WINTBH DeLAINlB. ' '' '
Ilea itytoekedvery cheap at BAITI
waeSA Ho. S9 onlh High street.
m
mi
258 SOUTH HIGH ST. 2S8
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of
By State Authority.
CUOICH FIRST CtAs7TNSUBAItCi!, tt THI
M1M INSURANCE CO.
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
lacorpwrateel 1819. Charter Perpetual.
CARS' oal-iTAt.
&l,BOO,OCO,
it Attrrs,
82,014,142.07,
and the prestige of 41 years' nceeet aad experience.
saataaawan
INVESTMENTS Of
$100,000 in Ohio Securitiea.
AHLo$m iquitebty adjuiua' and ttmpUt futl.
n5J? tar?rt lo, sustslned by any Inanranu,
oo the, in Anrll. If 59. . 1.7j
ooeUy paid ,rior to 30 days after the a.-e
114,931 17,
ii.. , , . .
I eurtng tbe past aix yeaia,
I7T,eT8.48.
Property Insured agalntt the
DANGERS OF FIRE AND PERILS
INLAND NAVIGATION
Especial attention given te the Insurance of
DWELLINGS AND FARM PROPERTf,
for terms of one, three or fire years.
Applications received and Policies Issued by
rSEDZEICK J. FAT, Agsnt,
OFFICE IN CARPENTERS' BUILDING
117 8oth High !,,,, Colambae.
tepUdlmit .
T-J mm .
110 BJXCl jVIstlintTt
v MABVaAlASS
INSURANCE AGENCY.
-E) tna Insurance Co..
or
HARTFORD, CONN
Capital andSurpIu3 - - $2,014,142.
North American Fire InsHrance Co
OF
UAETPORD, COKN.
Capital and Surplus $351,04.
Norwich Fire Ina Co ,
or
N0UW10H,C0KN.
Capital and Surplus - - - $222,223.
Lamar Fire Insurance Co ,
OF
NKW VOBK CITY.
Capital and Surplus - - $348,049.
Providence Washington Ids. Co,,
OF
PROVIDENCE, R. I.
Capital and Surplus $345,78G.
WESTERN MASS- INS. CO.,
OF 7
PIIIbPIELD, mass.
Capital and Surplus - - - $206,920.
Pollclet Issued without delay, oo all descriptions of
roperty. Lo.iet equitably adjusted and promptly
propi
paid.
FRED'K J. FAY. Agent,
OFFICE IN CARPENTER'S BUILDINU
111 South High Nt., Celnrnbn
tepl3-dlmlt
nwclUnsre, Hoaaebold Fnrnitnre anl
FARM PROPERTY
Insured by the
ETNA INSURANCE CO,,
OF HAMFOBD, COOT..
For one, three or Are years,
ICiAT TIBT I0W BATB8.rn
Cash Capital $1,500,000.
NET ASSETS, $9,014.14237.
Apply to
FREDERICK J. FAY, Aoint,
Office in Carpenter's Bnilding,
No. 117 South High Bt
COLTJHBTJB, 0.
teptlUemU.
Master Commissioner's Sale.
OeoigoU Parsons; KxV of 1
MtAiuci rnoci. oeceuea
Snl9 bj order of Couit
William I. Brack et al.
BT VIRT(7E OF AW OBDER OF
tome directed, from the superior Coart of franklin
county, Oh!o,IwUl one, of talfat In Tdcoiof tiVoourt
House in ths city of Columbus, oa v
Thmsday, tha 7th day of February, A. D. 18CJ,
between the hours of o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock n. m ,
the following described real estate, situate in the county
IraakllB and State of Ohio, to wit:
11U V.' ""J,,!? or,h ,uM,lon of survey No
13S8, Mrgiuia Military Dlstrlot, In Jackson townsnln.
Franklin county, Ohio, as uld subdivision la Kcordol
the put thereof In Book vol. 17, page 1W olerV
cords of laid Franklin county; said lit No. 13 belnVtbe
same conveyed to said Wm. F. Ureck by Wm. klllUr bv
deed recorded In Book Vol. 46, ppe. SB3 and SU4 of 'the
records of deeds of said county, containing 1U8 acres aad
square Doles. In the following a,Mid.i..
tSnn.ttr7irD.bIcS: va: '
B. Subdivision No. 9 of said lot. commencing at a
DOlnt In the Centre of aald Tnrnr.il.. a a, ?
ofsubdivUlonNo. I of said lot: thenoe k.'na dealiS.
mm 01 JO euboivislon No. 1. S. Moee:. B.
60-10(1 poles to the 8. E. comer of tubdlvltioaiNo I
Uience along ths B. line of said lot No 138. Idea. U
mln. W. M 90 100 poise; thence N 8 deg. VT W
100 poles to the centre of said TurnplAe Bond, Iheno
along lu centre N. IS deg. 30 mln. . 34 UMUQ pol.
tbe beginning, contalnisg 10 acres.
3. Subdivision No. S ot said lot, commencing at a
point In tbe centre of said Tornnlke Rq.h a w
subdivision No. S of aald lot; thenoe S. 8B dear. K, wlii
ITT . ..,i,as ISO. IWO ,tniet. A.
mSlr-100 poles to the 8EB. ,rner of Mid snUllvlslon
No. 3 thence alona the E. line of a.is u n. ,a . ,
deg.SS min. H. 8SO.100 poles; thenoe N. 68 deg. IF.
Utlpolettotheoentreof aald Turnpike Road; ihenoe
along ItaoentreN. SSdcg. JOmlu. S. JOla-lW) M
tae oeginniog, eontaining w aerea.
4 fiubdivuion No. 4 of said lot, commencing at a point
tha centre ot said Turnpike Bead, 8. W eomer of
tuhdtvitlon Ne. 3 of aald lot: thenoe with aald 8. line of
said subdivision No. 1 8. 89 deg, E. 13J poles the 8
B. co.-ner of subdivision No. 3: thanoa wita th. ii..
laid lot No. U 8. 1 deg. U mln. W. 83 poise; then, e
N. 8 deg. W. 14S 50-100 poles to the centre of aald
Turopike Road; thence along lie centre N. 3d dec. 3u
in. K. XJ pules to the beginning, cooUlnlng 80 ecrea.
S. Bubdtvlslon No. 8 of said lot. commanrln. .
pohit In the centre of said TornpUe Road, 8. W. corner
of tnbdlvttlon No. 4 of said lot; ttenoe with the S line
oi seta saraivisica no. e a; rwoef . Jl . ig 4.219 .,
to the 8. S.cornsrof tnlidivlsiou No 4; thenoe will th.
B. line of said lot No. 13 8. Ideg. MmlaVvM oleI
to a atone 8. B. ocmer of aald lot Mn 13.. u. t7 ...
deg. W. 103 5-lo poles to s stake l to ceoirTor ..1.1
Turnpike Road, th.7o eJgluToentrT it? 3? . 3.
min.E 34 poles to Has baiinnl... .
and U squire pole. .... " "! awrrs
U' f ,f?"9,LB? P'1 01 8 a4 9 of the
said William I. .Brack In eatd Iota Mot. tad . ea as-
:;a""" m auperioroeeue of Frank-
ui, t ,u nay ,erm, lIMi, la a pear Ii tion
made of aald lota between him aad hie wife Blisaeeth C.
Breck, to Wit- Lot No. Iwe W oe tald partitioa. com
meaeing at the N VT. corner of lot No. I of eald nartl-
Uon; tbenot S. 37 deg. 30 mln. B. ICS 8CIOW poise to
ine center or the Columbus aad Harrtaburg turaplke
Road, thence ali.a the oenterof aald road N. 3u dec. 30
mln- E. 35 poles to the 8. B. cornor of lot No; otaJd
partition; thenoe N. 37 deg. 30 Bin. W. 1IW polee to
Uie 8. W. corner of eald lot No 3; thence 8. 1 dew 30
mln. VT. 41 poles to the beginning, cealtlcing 38 teres
Irood.
Also, lot No three (3; of said partloa, ecamssjeing at
the N. W. corner of lot No. 8; thesco 8. 7 dec. 3U '
mln il. 190 poles to lha centre of the Colombo? ard
Harris. tore Turnpike Uoed) thenoe along tbe centra nf a
said road N. 3 deg. 34 mia. B. St polet to the 8 B
corner of lot Ne. 4 ef tald partition; tbeaca N. S7 da'
M mln. W. 98 (Jd-100 polee; thence 8. 1 dec. 3tj Bin'
wstt 09 SO-lOOpoks t" the plsot of beglnnlni, eontalnl
IsgaSaom. 8 roods, 90 poles. , , ? u . ,
Duhdivitont ef let No. Uappraed asfbllowa: 'i
Snbdtvislii No. 8 at (.000 per acre.
. Subdivision No. 3 el giouO , , ,
Bubdivlsloo No. 4 at fsvM k
Subdivision Ne. 8 at t0 00 M t
Lot No. 9, containing 38 acres, together sKtk teas aaam
sawmill, u im uesji
Lot No. 3, sxatalaiuC9arKt, at 800 per iow"
"a ".' ' W- H WMANV8heVw.
ocM-aitw4w.' andalastet Comttlsalenir 1
Prlnter'sfees.liaSO. vomjnutjenar.

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