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VOL: VII. NO. 187.
COLUMBUS. OHIO. SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 12. 1861.
I IX DOLLARS PES TZiBl
InrarUbly la Adrane.
i) ALLY . TEI- WEEILY A2ID WEEKLY
IvIANYPENNY & MILLER,
PTJBIlsa KB AND PBOPHIETOB8.
ICT Office Kos. 83, 23 and 40, Porth High 8t.
TERMS INVARIABLY 13 ADVAHOR-
Dstiiv .... $3 00 par year.
" By tho Carrier, per week, 13X aents. . '
fri-WevlT . 00 per year.
- -1 V'J .,
.i tdvcrtislna; fey tlio Square.
I j-fai...JM 00
,i months Id 00
V nonius li 00
" sia'.bs 10 00
' J rror.iiw ' 8 (
I month, 5 00
One square 3 weeks. .Sji Ofl
On- " 8 weeks.. 3 00
On r" .lweek... 1 7S
One , ., ',' 3 daya 1
One 4T... 75
Ob . " 1 Insertion 50
DUplaycd ndvortitsmanta half c.-s than tea above
'A!vIl5IneJ',.l leaded and placed In the oolamn Of
r.r.'W. Notices," doubt IA ordinary rate.
mitioes requires to rje puousnea uy urn, icgm
I f nr Jercl oa the iml' exclusively after the flret week
, 't ceni.innTcthso the shove rates; bat ell such wll
.,,,. ,, i II, . Trl-Wuektowltlioutoharae. .
Uuslneso Cards, not exceeding five Uofi, pur 3:1s, ln
side, 'i 50 per line; outside ."
Notices of meetings, chart tables ooletles.Are oompanlss,
. A-., hair nrire. . ....
Alt transitu! advtrtUtnuntt must bs paid or
.atnmcs Tit rule will not be varied from.
Weekly, same price u the Dally, where the advertiser
" sesthe Weekly alone Where 'he Dally and Weekly
. hnth naf.l. then the charire Urine Weekly will be
nil the ratca of the Dally j
So advertisement taken except for a definite period
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Nprluer 4c Water HtB.
W. B. POTTS; & CO.,
And Manufacturers of Brail and Composition Castings,
Finished Brass Work of all Descriptions.
Electro Plating and Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTING, &C.
Dr. J, D. Beaainaa,,
viuss of a UeMlost, and favoring Dr. B. with tin It
patrt 'jbi. j uy rely oa hiring eatisfactlon given . Tee
fee m'.'.'. he required on tl:e completion of an operation.
OIBce Four Door Ncrlh of tbe American Hotel, ovsr
Rudlslll a Hat Etoro.
Colombo Jan 7-illy
j- F. A. 3. SI.MKIN8,
Attorney sxt TjtzvKxr
! . AND NOTARY TUBLIC.
Office Aiuia Building, opposite Capital Squares
. .' COLUMBUS. OHIO.
I? Lr ' JfVfc f. t hi.-. .
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
CMtwr. Miil-Ooarlng, sualplBery. . ;
CT tVXIV PEHCRJPTIOX.
0OA8. AM BOB, eup'i V. AMB03,sTrea.
Millinery ' and Fancy Goods
Rll. WAKE WW L D ItfeSPEOT-
- fully inform the Cilltons cf Coluabua tsi VI
dnlty that bis Stock ef ...... . ,
FAIL AND WESTER HIUINERY
IS HOW COMfLETE,
Aud treinar particularly desirous of
reducing hia clock Immcdi
Atelf t ha will Scll
FROM THIS DATE, AT
CRSATLY REDUCED PRICES.
XieUdloa,-. .... :,,
Bargains ! . Bargains ! Bargains !
4 ' 3y Calling . ;
' r and;.
EXAMINING IIS, STOCK!!
HE SELLS EVERY VARIETY OF :
MILLINERY 4 FANCY GOODS
TOGETIIEIl W5TH A
Large '. Stock: of I Notions,7 3
ic.,' &c -
. JJjTrlicfs mini and sliair ho satit
BONNET f ROOMS,
no. 08 E a STjo wn stUfet,
oetSld3sa t .-!!! in- .
M. M. POWERS & BRO
DEALERS IN IMPORTED AND DOMKSTIO
rrjuif' .. y-nA!H lAIfor, arwcim
No. llBaatRtat Ntreot, between Hlahahd
tb IgevOOlco.Colombus.Ohie. , , . , ;oo!i(i;il0aa ,
QOLDRN HIIX 811 1 HTM, v! : : t ,
QPPUN HILT. HHIUTS, . .... r
QOLDEN HILt BIIlRTHt aJt T"Jct
Tb pattern of these shirts an new. Tbe Bed its, Tokes,
aleerea and bosoms are formed to fit the peraoa With ansa
and comfort. The marknpon each on designating is
slie Bay be relied on asfotaf ooireot, and tschsblrt ta
- guaranteed, well made.- ,A fall atockofall ajaalitits
coDsuntbrorsaleak " 1 j- BAIMIV
botS4, ' ' ! Wo. 90 lonth High street.
P IAN0Y DRB9B 8ILKB, ' 4
f ANOY DKBB8 BILKS, . ,. ...
We are new offering our immense stock of Tane trr-a
Silks at prices less tbn ever before offered lb this city.
The attention f -the ltdisa.ol tills city and vicinity la
aolteltad.-u our stock la very select and complete to all
gradea of, goods In tola I
1 lias. . rkiisitiiMn,
No, Wgouth Hlgb street.
. . J-. 4coii niedlcal PnrpAaflsi.M b ?
PDRl BRAH DSIES. WIMIB, OORCIALSr AND BIT
nil, troaa .'Banded Warehouse " .
BorSrr ,r. -.(: A 100 touth High street.,
MAaVT ESR tc TIIilAD JLACI? WITT
( sleganl ciuallUe for Ladles; also, Hisses' Mitts
In great variety at BAIN'S. '
WEEKLY HI S II
THE WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN IS PRINTED ON
AT THE LOW RATE OFJ
ONiE DOLLAR PER YEAR !
5 " " ' . '-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
It is an old snd reliable Democratio Journal, and, as a political paper, boa
No Superior in GMo or asy otlicr State!
n addition to its political character, it ia a firat olosa newspaper, furniahing its readers with the
GENERAL NEWS OF THE DAY,
An epitome of the stirring events constantly occurring at home and abroad, and choice miscel
laneous soleolions. It also gives the latest and most roliablo
From all tbe prinoipal marts of Trade and Commerce.
The Business Mao, the Mechanic, the Farmer and the Laborer
Will each find their tastes and interests consulted and attended to in the columns of
T?HI3 -W3333IS.Zji"3fcr STATESMAN.
During the session of Congress and the Ohio Legislature, the readers of the Weeklt States
man will be furnished with a concise report of the doings of each of those bodies.
' During the past year, the circulation of the Weekly Statesman has increased very rapidly,
being now more than double what it was twelve months ago. It io our deairu to extend its cir
culation, nut only in Ohio,
But in all the States and Territories West of TJs!
In proportion fts it is diffused amonp; the people, its usefulness will be inoreased; and wo invite
our political and personal friends to aid us in giving to the Weekly Statesman t
The Largest Possible Circulation
Among the people. The price of the paper is so low that no Dernoorat need be without it. As
nn inducement to friendo to aid us in increasing the circulation of the W eeely Statpsha, we
A PREMIUM OF THIRTY DOLLARS
To the person who will, by4the 1st day of January, 1861, send ua the largest Club of yearly
subscribers, with the cosh for the some; TWENTY DOLLAR3 to the person who sends us the
second largest Club of subscribers as aforesaid; TEN DOLLARS to the person who sends us
the third largest Club of subscribers as aforesaid; and to each person who sends ua a Club of
ten yearly subscribers, with the cash for the same, we will send a copy of the
Weekly Statesmaa Oae Year without Charge!
O Those who are willing to compete for the- Premiums, or solicit subscribers for the States
man, can out this Prospectus out of the paper and attach to it a strip of writing pnpr, oa w hioh
to record the names of all persons who nay become subscribers.
-..';. MANYPENNY & MILLER,
' ''7 ' . v . O. . rUBLMHERS OHIO STATESMAN.
4 Gwvnne Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HARRA.
A RENOW RGCEIVINOTHEIR WIN-
IV . IER GOODS, and Invite the publlo to Inspect
them. No auch atoek of Goods has aver been brought to
thla market. The South, In consequence of the failure
or tbe grain crop, baa not bean able to purcnasa ine us
ual quantity of rich goods, and this faethas forced the
Importers to eell them at publlo auction. Our buyer
(Mr. Stone) being In New Xork at Ibese large sales, took
advantage of them, and we can and will toil our goods
here, at less than any one who purchased two weeks since,
paid for them In New York. Our stock is complets lo
every department of
BLEdANT DRESS SILKS, '
OTTOMAN VELOURS, 1
BROCHE VALENCIAS, '
. PRINTED COBURGS,
Nv ' " DYED C0BUG9;
BLACK ALPACAS, - .
FANCY WOVEN FABRIC8,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
..Fivo Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day,
At one ball tbe Coat of Impoitatlon.
in all Varieties, of tba Celebrated
- ifianufature of C. G. Gnu
- - there & Son.
Men's, larllta and Children's Under Shirts and Drawers
Ladles, Mi ims and Oblldren'a Hosiery of all kinds, In
Wool and Lamb's Wool; Plseoy Lined end Cotton Olovea
of every pakoi v.i t. i,' , ' I. !
A cemplcte assortment of all tho nsnal varie
ties of .
LADIES CLOTHS. . , t - T .
. ; t. , OVERCOATINGS,
FLANNELS, ' - : 11 :. "
Ladies and Gent's Linen Cambric Haccl-
. t,.cikercWefa, Ac, tic. (
To persons whe tail oa- os, ws pledge our words to
show Uiem the lareesL best, aud choetioat stock of Qooda
ever seen In this market, or pay thorn one dollar per
BTONE t O'nARRA.
GENUINE FAMILY , LIQUORS.
WM. B. M0REH0USE r& CO.,
1 ; iitmpoytor and Wholesale Dcstoralo i . -
Brandies, Wines, .Gins' and Segars,
beg leave tor call the attention of tho oltlieoe of the Uni
ted Btatea to their Pore Wipes and liquors, put up- un
der their own auoervlslon. for family snd Medical use.
In oases assorted to suit eastomen. .1 Clubs, Military and
Otherpublle bodies, who require to purchase In large or
small quantities, us casta or ooiues, will so uoerauy
dealt with, fries List sent on applloatlon. -
OLli lMOllEriouSE ;UITTERS.
Reoomeaeaded by the first physicians as (rts best reme
dy known lor Dyspepsia, Indigestion. Debility, and all
Nervous Diseases. . As a beverage, It' Is pure, whole
some, and delloious to the taste. Bold by an Druggists.
! WM. D. MOREHOUSE Ic CO., Frop'rs,
. : X'HV ti 'iJlfaWSf City, H. J. -
P. S. the anbserlbert wish to engage a fewaotlre
men, aaLocat and TraveHna; Agents for their bonawi to
Whom iiDerai inonoements will bv onereo, tor panio.
ulara, address as abtivs.. -"L oim'. oet30d3a
AND BILK TAH9 IN
J? new styles
aRlbboa Sound, Extension and In
dies fens at;
r Ko. NBontli Hlgb street 1
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
Firo & Lifo Insurance Co.
37 Cattle street. Llvernool. SO snd Ct Poultry, London.
Office, 58 Wall and til Pino streets, New York.
THOMAS HOODIE, Agent, Columbus, Ohio.
Paid up Capital, frnrplua
andlieaerved funds feOtOftCidSS
Invested intiiln Country ovor.. MM), lit 0
nearly Kovoimo, over 8oJ0iiWO
ICT The EbBreholderi personally responsible for en
gafrements of tbe Corcpsny. All Direotors mutt be Shore
bol'Jera, Directors and Shareholders In New York :
James Brown, Esq., Chairman. Fmncls Oottanet, Isq.,
T. H. Archibald, Q. B. M. Oociul. Kugene Dutllh, Ctq.
Joseph Galllard, Jr., Esq. II. Qrinnell, Esq.
AUsander Uaaillton. Jr.,Eq. E. P. 8aoderaon,Eiq.
Aiut. Hamilton. Jr., Esq.,
Counsel of I he Boatd.
AtrRKO Feu,, Esq., Resident Becretary.
Local Board In Cincinnati:
N. W. Thomas. Esq. J. D. Jones. Erq. RufusKIng, Esq.
' Thompson Neave, Eiq- Rob't Buchanan, Esq.
The undersigned, Agent In this city, will be happy to
recolvo appllcatlonsfor Insurance In the above Company,
AT THE CITY BANK,
tie can recommend It with entire confidence to all desir
ous of obtaining protection against LOs8 BY FIB.E.
No Charge for Policies.
sovlS-tf . THOS. MOODIX.
Su(h arlljlei ai you dttire for your HITSBAND
Such as you used for your WIFU
Buchssareyroper for yoar DATJQHTEIt.
Such as you r SISTER will prals you for.
Such sa your BROTHER can as:
Such as you want for ' TBS ONE YOU LOVE EI ST.'
Such as will be good for tbs " BLESSED BABY."
' May ba found In variety. In my new stock of
IVATCHES, CHAINS, JEWELRY,
And central assortment of
Fancy and Useful Articles.
No. 10 Buckeye Clock.
SyyiJITK WHEAT, BRANDED
From " Barnett Hills," Springfield, 0. the beat brand of
Flour brought to our markat. Battifactlon guaranteed.
For sale only at WM. McDONALD'S,
noW7 . 1 1Q8 Bouth Higlt atreet.
J CHINTZES, ItHESil SII,K,!,
kinds or laanlonablo
"Wlntor Dross Goods,
wo are now offering at very low prices.
dccgl. - y SOSouih High atreet
Bave Your Money.
T Altl NOW RECEIVING aCBSORIP.
L tlons for all the Magaalneaaad Literary papers In
the country and out of It; among t ha former, the Corn
hill, Temple Bar, the Atlantic, Harper, fludey Peterson,
Knickerbocker, Eolectlo, Blackwood, the British Quarter
lies, Ac, to. Subscribers oan get them HAULIER,
UUfiAPER and free of Postue. by tending their Bnb-
eorlptlonstnrougn me. . H1UUAKD KENNEDY,
iecj 11 Bute atreet
.Watches and Jewelry;
A FINE AMSOKTMKNT Or WATCH
es, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Ac, kept constant
y cn hind at
No. 105, South High Street, Columbus, 0.
ITr watchee and Jewalry mpalred.
uecld3m. , 1 . . .
OENTLKMEN'8 NKOK TIES, -
GENTLEMEN'S NECK TIES.
The most dessrable assortment In the city and atunusal-
ryiowprtcoa, - ,-.... PETER BAIN, ,
novM. No. South High street.
TTILEGANT PLAIN BLACK. RILK.8 FOR
xu street Basques sou manwes; also, Rich Trlmmln
snd Tassels to match, SS BAIN
-tnayttt - - .. nfi I . .j r, ... ..
ff sale by
Choke Apples received oa consignment
. MCIUSI at KKBTIEAUX, -34
N. High street.
Dally, per eat-
Trt Weekly, pei iar..
Weekly, per yea
, i INI
. 1 W
Plans of the South.
Wo eatraot tho iollowing la ruUttoa to South'
em plans, (especially those of Georgia) from a
Washington lotter to the Near York Herald,
dattd January 8, 1801:
Georgia has inaugurated important measures
in resrard to iter financial and commercial ar
rangements with Europe. She scads abroad at
once one of her most distlDgnishsd citizens
charged with an important mission. The Com
miseioner will bave under his authority the
question ol the recognition by foreign Powc.g of
the seceding States as governments de facto
Ha will also be charged witb the uuty ot nego
tiating a basis of credit and exchange, by which
the cotton crop can be hypothecated in Europe,
and moved for joint account. But the , most
Important duty of the Commissioner will be in
regard to tbe question of revenuo. If. tho gov
ernment shall make arrangements to collect tho
revenue off Southern seaports, it is arranged
that tbe cotton States will pronounce for Iree
trade and direct taxation. Ttiojr will proceed to
raise the revenue of the South by .direot taxa
tion, giving notico to foreign governments that
Southern ports are opea to the Importation of
their merchandise free of duty, and that tbe im
position of duties by the United States govern
ment is unlawful and unauthorized. Tho ques
tion, would, therefore, become a foreign one,
and England and France will be loft to decide
between a Northern alliance and free trade with
The Commissioner from Georgia will be
strengthened by the concurrent recognition of
the other cotton States. This important mis
sion will develope a policy which may be so di
rected as to avoid any conflict between the gov
ernment and seceding States in the matter of
collecting tbe revenue, It seems to be the pol
icy of the commercial party at the South to
prevent, if possible, any conflict with tbe feder
al authorities. Free trade and direct taxation
will be adopted by the seceding Slates tho mo.
mentthe government takes steps to collect the
revenue on the high se&s by blockading South
ern ports. This policy, which originates with
C. G. Baylor, tbe representative man of tbe cot
ton interest, will bave an important bearing up.
on our foreign and domestio relation. It will
throw upon England, Franco and other foroign
Powers tbe onus of resisting the imposition of
duties upon Importations into the ports of seced
ing States. Tlie recognition of suth States aa
governments de facto being thus oupportsd.by the
self interest of European nations eAia greatly
to the chances of tbe South abroad.
Tbe policy is also the first praatiotl step in
the dircetion of those free trade principles,
which have so long beca agitated ia the South
ern States, and which will be received with
creat f '.vor lu England, especially at Manches
ter and Liverpool. Tbe Manchester school
may thus be rallied aet'.un the Exeter Hall
This move brings to bear a certain pressure
upon Pennsylvania, becacis it is calculated tc
separate tbe couth still further from tbe ircn
interest. Tbe border slave States will also see
tbe dissdvantogc-ot bavteg tho markets of the
cotton States -thrown open to English, French
and German goods. These reasons are operating
powerfully with the leading men here from the
I am not at liberty to Jtcclose the name of the
Coxmissioner appointed by Georgia. He is,
however, a citizens ot that state, a man ot dis
tinction1, of national reputation, and well-known
In New York. He Wilr TUVWe here In tew
days, and possibly tbe lot; eigrt Minister trill be
sounaea as to tueir views, in any case, the
Georgia Commissioner proeeeua direct to Eu
rope, backed by tbe cotton power, 1 am satis
fied, from tbe thorough and extensive organi
zation of this direot trade party at tbe South
and in Europe, that there Is here to be found
tbe basia of an arrangement which will yet
practically conserve ice great destiny ot the
Anglo-Saxon race on this continent. Under
the teachings and lend of this new party at the
South, I am satisfied that the cotton States are
entering on a new line ot commercial and in
dustrial polioy. Ia the event of a separation of
the sections, a union of sections, Instead ol, es
now, a Union of States, may be arrived at,
based upon a system of commercial reciprocity,
snd supported by an alliance offensive and de
fensive agilnBt loreigo intervention in tbe affairs
of this continent.
Mr. Baylor, alluded to above, bco been con
nected for many years wilh our government as
tbe United States Consul at Amsterdam) Man
chester and Cologne.
This whole movement is under tho cdidsnce
and direction of tbe ablest men in the South.
There will be a consultation among lending
Southern men to-morrow. Tbe Georgia Com-
mirgiooer in expected. Here en route lor Europe
in me next six or seven aays.
This Georgia mission will be cordially sun
ported by tbe representatives from the other
Southern States, as this co operation, It Is be
lieved, will make still more decided the action
of the Georgia Convention.
Tbe postal facilities organized bv Georgia
are Intended to give tbe Southern States as in
dependent service lor the transmission of ex
change and valuable commercial letters direct
to Europe. It is believed that tbe first steamer
will arrive In Savannah from Europe by tbe
4th of March. The steamers will fly tbe Eng
lish or French flag.
it is understood that prominent members of
the diplomatio corps bave addressed this gov
ernment la reference to the commercial Inter
ests of their respective countries, In view of
the present political troubles, and what decree
ot protection may be expected, or something to
this effect. The government, however, has not
Come it Will.
Manbood Trill come, anil old oca will come.
and the dying bed will come, and tbe very Iat
look you shall cast upon your acquaintance will
come, and the agony ol tbe parting breath will
come, and the time when yoa are stretched a
lifeless corpse before the eyes cf weeping rela
tives will come, and tbe coffin that ia to enclose
you will come, and tbe hour whea tbo company
will assemble and carry you to the churchyard
will como, and that minute when you are put
in the grave will come, and the throwing In of
loose dirt into tne narrow nouse wnere you aro
laid, and lh spreading of tbe greea sod over it
all will come on every living creaturo who
now hears mo; and in a lew brief y sarstbe min
ister wbo goow speaks, and the people who now
listen, will be ouried to their long homes and
make 100m forlaaother generation j Now all this
muet and will happen your common sense
and your common experience serve to con
vineo you of it. Perhaps It may bave
been little thought of in tbe daya of care
less and thoughtless and thankless uncon
cern which you have spent hitherto, but I call
upon you to think of this now, to Isy it serious
ly to heart, and no longer trifle and delay
when the high matters of death, and judgment,
and eternity tbua set so evidently before you.
And tbe tidings wherewith I am charged and
tba blood lieth upon your own head and not up
on mine, If you will not listen to them tbe ob
ject of my coming among you la to let you
knotr what more tidings are to come, It la to
carry you beyond the regions of sight and sense,
to tbe regions of falih, and to assure yon In the
name of Him who cannot lie, that as sure as
the bour of laying tbe body la the grave
comas, eo surely will also the hour of tbe spirit
returning to God wbo gave it. Yes, tho day of
final reckoning will ooiao.aod tbe appearance of
tbe SonofUod in ueaven, and His mighty An
eels around Him, will ootae.and the opening of
the book wilt come, and the standing of ncn
of all generations before tbe ludgmcot seat will
oome, and the solemn pasalng of that sentence
which is td fix yoa for eternity will come, Dr,
[From the New York Herald.]
Is South Carolina out of the Union?
South Carolina, through tbe regular forms of
a State Convention, baa repealed her acta ro
eognizicg the constitution and general govern
ment of the United States, She baa Issued va
rious ordinances and executive proclamations,
as from an Independent nation to all Intent
and purposes- She baa appointod three envoya
extraordinary to treat with tbe government at
Washington aa with a foreign Power. Sb baa
seized upon severs! federal fortresses at Cbsr les
ion. She has taken down tbe United State
flag from tbe Arsenal, the Custom House and
Post Office at Charleston, and baa srbstituted
the new national flag of South Carolina. In
all these acts her people unanimously support
her; for they unanimously believe that tbey
owe no further allegiance to the general gov
ernment ot the United States.
But etill the question recurai is South Caro
lina out of the Union? We say no. There are
two parlies to the original bargaia tbe State
ana tne unitea states; and until tea United
States shall have recognized tbe independent
nationality of South Carolina, she will not be
out or tbe Union, ineredsralboversmentmav
suspend the exercise of its authority and func
tions, touching tbe revenuo, the United States
mails and judicial department in South Caro
lina, and still she will not bo cut off from tbe
Union. Sbo can only bo cut off by the recog
nition of her independence by the United States.
very true, the Constitution has made no orovl
alon for the coercion of a seceding State; bnt It
ia equally true tnat it mates no provision for
tbe recognition of a seceding Stale as sn lude
pendent nation. What, then, is to be done T
Are we to bave civil war? We hope not. We
trust rather that South Carolina may be, de fac
to, restored to tbe Union, as she still remains,
de jure, in tho Union.
A Warm Bath Wager—The Question of Endurance
Smith was a man who never permitted him
self to bo outdone be could do whatever any
body else could. Smith met Brown in a bath
room, and Brown, knowing the other's peculiar
conceit, said that he (Brown) could endure a
hotter bath tbsn any living man. Thereat
Smith firad up, BDd a bet was made, Two
bathing tuba were prepared with six Inches of
cold water in each. Tbe fellows stripped, and
separated by a olotb partition, each got in and
let on tbe bot water at tbe word the wager
being who should stay in the longest with tbe
bot water running. Smith drew up bis feet
as far as possible from the boiling stream,
while Brown pulled out the plug in the bottom
of his tub. After about hall a minute quoth
"Horr !s it Brown pretty warml"
"Yes," says tho other", "it's getting al
mighty bot, bat 1 gucs 1 can hold out a min
"60 can I," answered Smith. "Scls-s el
equash! lightning! it's awful!"
Fifteen seconds, equal to half an bour by
Sait.h's imaginary watch.
"I say over there how is it how?"
"O, it's neatly up to the btlin' pint Oh,
Chri3tophorl" answered the diabolical villain.
wbo was laying in the empty tuo, while the hot
wsier passed out ot the escape pipe.
By tnis time Stc!;h was splurging about like
boiled lobster, and called again:
"I a a y over there how's it now?"
"Hot as a furnace!" replied Brown; but
whew! scles s s guess lean bold out another
"Tbe deucs you can!" shrieked tbe new
boiling Smith, who rolled out and bolted
tsrough tbs partition, expecting to find the oth
er quite cooked.
"You i&fcrcal rsscal wby didn't joi put the
"Why, I didn't asree to." said the imoertnr
bajble Joker ; "why's tbe thunder didn't you leave
jfiuro out!" - v , ,
Nos. 36, 38 & 40, North High St,
AGCiiSASY. CHEAPNESS. DISPATCH
HAVING MOVED INTO MY
BOOK & JOB DEPARTMENT!
WHILE BOTH HAVE BEEN .
New Types, Borders, Ornaments, &c
fROU TH1 CELEBRATED I0UTDBY Cf
C. T. WHITE ft CO., SEW TOSS,
THUS MARINO IT THI
Most Complete Establishment
IN THE CITY.
I em now propartd to Execute all Orders 'or
BOOK AND JOB
And in the Host Approved Style cf tho Art
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
MERCANTILE 1 AND RAILROAD
SF 23. X XeT IP 1 2M Gt , ;
Hills ef Ls.dtag'i ' Circulars,
Billllcnds), Blanks, Deeds,
Dray Tickets, aeg;iter,
HOW CARDS & BILLS IN COLORS,
Illustrated Show Bills,
FOR COUNTRY MERCHANTS,'
Show SUls, Hani Bills, Labels, Concert Pre-
v grammes, School and College Schemes, Ho
tel Bill of rare), Invitations, Ire.
' 1 OP EVERY DESCRIPTION
School and College Catalogues, - ,
aiisceUaneoas PamphUts, '
Constitutions, Beports, Briefs, Aa
Printing ia Gold and Colors
X O S T33R J3
'' Printed la Every Color on a ,
Mammoth Hoe Cylinder,
1 The only Press of the kind la Central Ohio,
MJ lxdllU ior olng any and all cf the akore deecrlp-
ot work, are now unsurBasaed. and satisfaction w 11
nieea is an ettaea. l- ...11
M 1 1 U
-v. juuuAjut Hiyjajs.
rraffTiTwr .iriisirr 1' r
CHEAPER THAN EVER!
TiEEN A I TUK UIGHEsj'SV UA'fES.
Brocho and Wool.
Of Every Description.
LADIES AND GENT'S
WRAPPERS AND DRAWERS,
Hosiery and Gloves.
23 xaa. To x o 1 d o x io s .
Fancy Woolen Goods.
KNAPP & CO.,
SOUTH HIGH STREET.
WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN i
HAVING A CIRCULATION
LARGER S7 BETEBIL THOUSANDS
lean any other caper in Ohio, outside of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Advertising
Which CANNOT f AIL to brtoa;
Speedy and Remunerative Keturna
To those who take advantage, ef them.
T333C 'WBIlEHXi'Y BTATESMAN
T Istiibnted as It Is through every Post OSes in Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Whose patronafS is valuable, and who seldom see the
Sally Editions of city Journals; and as only
A Limited Number of AorertiBemeats
Art inserted In its columns, appoprlaUly and
HANDSOMELY DISPLAYED! ;
mrt CAnnvt ran. to
- Cf ALL I ' "
Adveriltlnz la U WISELY STATESMAN will fin
' , 1" ; It advastagoas In
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which Is almost certain to follow an f xUnalvs dlasemla
atton of a knowledge of their business
AMOSQ COUNTRr DEALERS 1
ADVERTISEMENTS INTENDED FOR -'
The "Weekly Statesman
Should be handed Is before frldsjr noon.
J AS. U. M'KIB.
WM. H. RXSTIIATJX.
M'KEE & RE3TIEAUX,
AND ... t. ,,.'.. ;
No. 34 North lilt h Street,
' i . ' ; OOLTJMBCS, OHIO,
HAVE ON HAND AT WHOLtsATE
and Retail, FINEST STAPLE OKOOIRIES,
ILOCH. SALT, TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR, TOBAOCO,
8K3 ARB, Etc , Etc. Our Btootr has bean pnronased ra
Eastern Cities during tbs Paolo, ; f. . 0 - j .. .
and our main endeavor will be to offer Inducements to
CA&UJBOiJthA wbiebarenotexceledbyapy Uouie In
taeuity. - , . . . - "aecw
AtBXANDR'S KID GLOVES. 1 . T
WINT LAOR COLLARS. ' -- ' -
VALENCIENNES COLLARS A SLEEVES.. - '
EUB'tt MUSLIN , do , do1
H LINEN ' ;.!; no-' r ,'
UUAV r do -. ., '
PINS APPLE KAKDEERCUIEt-S,
EMBBOIDERKD do - - '
. GILT BELTS.'
BlOTJRNINO, - do- AVHIAS.
. UKMMED, STITOnED, ' do ROODS,. ,
ORKN1DINP At LAC VEILS SLEEVES.
LACRCOirrCUHS EARBES, CORSETS.
Jorsalshy i PETER BAIN, ;1
oV21. J M .ta. South Bit Street, r
ViriNTKK tretAlNKSIt . v .
;:,- yUHXKi BeLMNBi,
1 CHEAT ATTRACTIONS
A0,?" OTrtE TH5 PEOPLE OF"
erer effered to ttelr discriminating iaza-alct4 with
great oarS, and pnreaaaed at Panto Prloea, he fielajcitl- '
fled In sayloft, bo man eaa oSer (reatar laicoeaents to
th "ready pay" buyers. His lie of
Dress floods :
is complete, cons! stint; of ell tbe latest atyles sad Im , ,
both plain and fancy, and io great varieties.,
Satinets, Clotha and Cassimeroa, .
.IN QtUNTlTIte TO atJIT TWt A!T, v'
PRINTS! I PRINTS!!!
tards to n cur. rocs too uzimoM. .. '
Sheeting, Shirting, Tlsktoft tomslsag, C4tevA. Wool
Flannel, Gentlemen's Furalahlog Goods, Ac., Ac., at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
BEAUTIFUL ONCS JUST AECtlVED BP UPRISS. '
4 yaros wide admitted by all to be the
Best, Nicest and Cheapest, '
In market. Don't Ml to get one.
Remember the place and call soon at
258 South High Street,
MCA S FBI END-decl8-lmd
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia.
For Cincinnati, Dayton 9t Indianapoliii
Through to lndianaool is without Change of Cars '
and bnt One Change of Cars between
Columbus and St. Louis.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
(Dally, Mon days excepted.)
NlOat EXPRESS, txa Dayton, at 8:45 a. m.,stop
ping at London, Xenia, Dayton, Middletown and Hamil
ton, arriving at Cincinnati at 6:20 a. m.; Dayton etG:4i
a. m., Indianapolis at 10. id a.sa.;rt. Louisa! liib
P '"' SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, at 0:10 a, so., stopplnfr at all Sta
tion! between Oolumbus and Cincinnati and Dayton,
rlring at Cincinnati ll uS a. ra., Dayton at t: 15 a. n..'
Indianopo'.is af S;88 p. B
DAT EXPRESS, at 9:30 p. m., atopplng at Alton,
Jefferson, London, Charleston, Cedareille, Xenia.
Spring Valley, Oerwln, Morrow. Deerfleld, Foeter's.
Loveland, Hlllfordand Plalnville, arrirlng at Clncln
catt at 7:80 p. m.l St. Louis at IS m; DajUn at t-li p.
Slerplnsx Care on all Nlsrht Trains to
Cincinnati ana Eaidisanapelie.
BAGGAGE CHECKED TflHOITOJI.
For further tnformatloa and Throngh Tickets apply to
Al. L. DOHBRTrT
Tfcket Armt, TJnlon Depot, Onlunbus, OoJa.
E. W. WOODWARD,
J NO. W. DOUBRTf
Jol3 Agent, Columbns,
BORTLE & SHEDD,
No. 273 South High Street,
DEALERS IN -
FINE FAMILY GROCERIES, FOss
lia and Donestlo Fruits, choioe Family Slour,
Teas, Ac, are now In receipt of tbelr entire fleck pur
obased wltnla tbs put tiro weeks in Sew Xork at Pants
We raerely wish to ssy that are hive every thing osnal
ly kept In tAritelau Urooaiv. and an datcriuluJ ia
sell our Goods at prices that wHl defy sosipetltlen.
ILTCroods Delivered to any part of
tho City free ot Charge.
WHITE WHEAT FA9IILY FLOCK,
"Golden Aes Brand." For sale only by HORTLH
fc SBEDD, No. B73 South High street. doc7MooiUa
QTEWAHTM DOUBLE EXTRA GOL
KJ en sviup, irOD drippings of Loaf du
GENCIAE HOl.LAN Si HEHMIlafi, Af
BORTLE bUEDU'S, 873 Scuta High street.
CHOICE ItAISIXS, PRUNES, CtB
rauts and Fits, chcan. at BORTLK a HHKDTJa Naar
Groeery. ., decl7 deodioi
FIHE CKJI OH RUS-tnrt BOXES JUKI
received by SORHE at 8UZDD. 87J Soots nigh
CHOICE GHP.KN AND BLACK TEAS,
very cheap, at BORTLE ft SBRSD'S. ; -
etol7-deodlm " " ' "
P" UME WIN EM Afi U I.IComS FOli
Medioalpufposee, Scotch Ale and aVeiidea Patter, at
BORTLE es SHBDD'S. , deel7-deodlaa
70HHEFINEDTIGR- S3 LBS. FOsV
AL and and ail the standard Rafind Susan, ebeaner
than tin oheapest, goto BORTLE St BilEDD's B7S South
mgu street - ... declT-deodi
Baltimore Clotliing House.4
H33SS cJ X3LTJTVI,
" ... ..;
KiituricTtatsj ixp wbojxsaui ruULUis ur ( ,,
s-No. 308 W, BaJtimore-stre'et,!;'
' (utTwias tisntTV am wowaso.) '
B A LTI IflOH E , iTi d
A Large Assortment ol Plaot and furnishing
Goods Constantly on Hand"
LOOKING GLASS; STORE,
" 1 JOSnCA COtrPLAND,
Mannfscturor and Dealer, No. S3 Sooth Foortk 8t,
i; 1 betvten Market and Chestnut, Phliadelpbia.
WHEHE IIB OFF EH II AT LOW
prices, an exienslre variety of Looking Glasses, ia
Gilt, Mahogany and Walnut Frames, Lai pre Praoan Plate
Mirrors, Plain and Richly Ornamented Glltaad Fancy
Wood Portrait and Picture Frames. - - - -
LOO KOTO GLASS FLATXS BY THX BOX,
oa utlks QOtsnir.! vT-st
Goods packed- In tbe Bataet MuiBea, aad Insured
i XOSHTFA C0WPLUn, c -
' '.1 "i.:--: Sf Soath Fourth BtreeW.
HENKT KtEHLEH, w lr
(Late of Phalon'e Establishment, M. T.,) Poprietora
tha New Tortr TashlBnaiiTS- Bluulm, flair Cutting
... ShaDMonlng.i Curling and Dressing Saloon. .No. 11
East State street, near the Post OlSeei Snt-Sonr,
whare aatiaraetioti will be give la all the vaTtoes
braocbes. Ladles and Children's Oair Drxissing dona
In she beet style.
ppAKIS CLOAKS AND PALETOTS. W
AT Made in auo) saost stylish aad atmiot menitw.. , A