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1) (Oljifl Statesman
nijYPKITNY linXEB, Polishers.
EO. W. MANIffrlSNNf Rtiiior.
tj a. COLUMBUS,; OHIO.
TIOX. thouldU iamUd y TWKLYE O'CLOCK
on the day of publication.
DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION.
TO THE DEMOCRACY OF OHIO.
w..- nned nnon the Democrttlc Pule ¬
tral Committee, through tile Demoeratlii prcse, and by
private corretpoodr ace, to .til a Btate Convention of th
nnee of Ohio, to wUe aVColiimbiis, at an early
... nnrnn.ii ofVnunwllIn together on lUe alarm
lug oondllloo of the country, ai well ai to adopt sueta a
line of polkjat tbey may deem bt for the gerpetultj
of our government, and the proiperlty of our people.
I hereby call a State Contention of the Democnvy of
Ohio, to ataemule at the .
j.. h. os.i da of Januau, 181)1,
For tt puree. abov. Mlc.ted.-i.ld po.ven.lon ,
... . a., r..nn.ntir.n. to be ooaipoeed of one dele
.it. for every live hundred vote., and an additional one
. e,iin or 2M cart for T. J. 8. Smith. Demo
cratic candid. for Supreme Judge, it the last Stat.
lection. I would alto recommend that the delegate! In
tie tev.rtl eonntlet be arrolnleJ n lhe 8u"1', rre
vlout t the convention. '
t .tMi trait that theDewecracy of tha State will
appreciate the Importance of the convention propoted,
. v .in .ml nn full delegation! of
anajnai jratlonl will re.ultln
goon una "
Dem State Cen. Com.
Cumminsville, O., January 8, 1861.
The Spirit of the Radical Republican Press.
The Late King of Prussia.
Out ol the moat important Hems in ilie recent
news from Europe, is the death of F.idi.ic
at - if Vina nf Prussia. He was the
rt randaon of FaiDtnio, the Great, and in
h exited all the bad characteristics of that re
markable man. with few of bis good qualities
Faedirio William IV. was born in October,
17Q5. and married a Bivariao princess in 1S23,
Kni h.rt nn children bv her. On the death of
his father, FaiPtwo William III , in I840.be
became JCiiK- IIe did not at once "bibit tb"
defects of character, which afterwards made
hlra hated and despised. He inaugurated many
useful reforms In the earlier part of his reign
Hi visited England in 1842, and stood godfather
to the Prince of Wales. In lH4y, He firantea
his people new constitution bued upon that
of Belgium; but he did not allow it to become
operative. After the defeat ol the Hungarians
in 1850. he joined the repressive policy of Rus
.;& and Austria. From this time be indulged
freely in drink-his taste runniog largely on
Cloquet champaigne-so that all over Europe
he has been known for years as "King Cloquet."
Hia excesses nroduccd a softening of the brain,
and in 1957, be was compelled to resign his re
gal functions to his brother, the Prince of Prus
sia, who has since acted as regent, and will now
ancceed him as King.
The new King, who will take the name of
Frederic William V., will be sixty-four years
of age in March. His sister was the wife of the
Russian Etnpe and his eldest son
the hnsband of the Princess Koyai or tog
land. He Is regarded as too much inclined to
absolutism to be a liberal monarch; though it
is not probable that he will not be an Irresolute
one, as his brother was.
ID" There is apparently great bope in the
rf.jinni nf thp Virginia Leclfllature. That
renowned old commonwealth seems to be im
Dressed with the importance of the Impending
crisis, and while determined to do nothing in
conflict with the rights of the South her rep
resentatives now at Richmond, seem anxious to
do all that can be done, to secure time lor re
flection, with a hope that events may be so over
ruled as to save the Union.
If her delegation in the Charleston Baltimore
Convention had been as considerate as her rep
resentatives in the legislatu?o appear to be, he
preeent impending difficulties would not bow
hane over our country. Had she remained in
the Democratic National nominating Conven
tion. all would now be well. But let bygones
be by-eoncs and let all who desre to save our
government from ruip, strike hands and work
together for so glorious an object. Let the
Union men band together as brothorB, forgetting
for the time being all differences, as to political
doctrines and dogmas, and do all that can
done, by united action to save the country.
XJThe JeurnoJ of this morning shows
teeth and gnashes at Mr. Crittenden's prop!
tion for concession and compromise, with
view, If possible to save the Union. It calls
his resolutions a "serpent" and rejoices that they
have been scotched. The Journal is as much
a disunion paper as the Charleston JMertur,
and would oppose the efforts of Mr. Crittxndin,
or those of any other patriotic statesman,
our country from the horrors which would
necessarily follow the disruption of the bonds
of the Federal Union. It is for the continuance
of the war upon the South and her Institution,
coming np In this respect, to all Joshua k
GiDDtKQs demands. v
ETWe need scarcely call atteution to the
call tor a Union -Meeting at the City Hall
Thursday evening next, to be found In our col
umns this evening. Among the names to this
c til will be found many of our leading citizens
of all parties. From the hurried manner
which many of the names wore subscribed,
Is very, diffltrolt to decipher them, hence,
doubt some errors will be detected.
TLT The nomination of Mr. McInttri,
collector of customs In the neighborhood
Charleston, Is still suspended in the Senate, be
ing In the bands of the Committee of Com
ST According to our promise on Saturday,
we publieh'this evening, an abstract of the re
maiks of Copt. Rbamt, at Ambos' Hall on Fri
day evening last. -
The reactionary movemements in Naples are
ob tha Increase. The reactionists have been r
kfovoed by i large numbers of Neapolitan sol
dier. . '
HT Got. Willib, has notified the 8tate De
partment, of his 'acceptance of the mission
Mexico. - '
WThe'Benate has ratified the treaty with
Costa Rlea, providing for the settlement of the
cUims of our citizens npon that government.
tTIt Is laid the Queen of Naples left 0eta
In couseqaence of the near approaoh or her con
finement. ' "'" ' '
IT Tfw clerical party ar much dissatlefled
with tha Emperor of Aoetrla, for granting lib
arty of conscience to hia subjects.
Progress of the Revolution
The military history of the second American !
Revolution, up to the present lime, Is gWeu la I
the following chronological statement of fot:
1860 Do. 97 Fort Monltrie end Came
PiDckoey, taken possession of by the revolution
ary force. . ,
Uio . 3U i ue Arsenal at uarieiu .
1861 Jan. 2-Korta Pulaski and JaoksoTj,
and the Savannah Arsenal captureo dj id
militia of Georgia. L,.,.i
Fort Mason end the Araenai as
seiaedbworderof the Govenor of 3outli Caro
Jam 4 Fort Morgan and the Mount Vernon
' . . , -
Arsenal near Mobile, captnrea oy iroopi oi
Alabama ... . .
Jan. 8 Forts Caswell aod Jonnson taaeu uj
Noith Carolina militia.
Jam. 9-The Insureent batteries at uuariea-
ton lire Into the Slat A VVeaf , drive her out
to sea, and prevent the reception of reinforce
ments at Fort Sumter. ,
Jan. 10-Fort McKae, at rensacoia, occupieu
by Florida. . ....
Jan ii ine. national vmeui
Ronire.with Fortt Jackson, Pike, and St. Phil
lip, taken possession of by Louisiana.
i.n 1Q Th Nav Yard, with Fort Barrau-
eas, at Pensaoola, taken by Florida and Ala
03" Bv the latest foreign advices, we have a
contradiction of the reported departure of the
French fleet from Gaeta. It is now stated that
a'Rusetan frigate, fuly armed, had anchored off
Gaeta. alongside the French fleet, and auspi
oion was of course awakened that this event is
the first symptom of the rumored Intention of
Russia to afford that aid to Victor Emanoil In
reducing Gaeta, whioh, it is said, France is
abont to withdraw.
Progress of the Revolution Substance of Capt Reamy's Remarks, at Ambos
Hall on Friday Evening Last.
Mr Ckairmin. Ladit nd Qenllcmt:
I have hardly understood, sir, why I should
have been selected to respond to the sentiment
iust read. It is usual, 1! believe, on occasions
like this, to can upon vnoso le reepouu iu iuo
various sentiments proposed, In consequence of
some peculiar fitness, a tree is Known anu
judged by the beauty and sweetness of the fruit
it bears, and when I find myself lalone olu$
cum solo a war-worn soldier In the cause, and
no fruits i to cresent. it seems to me that it
would have been far more appropriate, had
these venerable eentlemen sur
rounding me, been charged with this trust;
thus exhibiting not only their experience,
but their high -admiration and esteem fir
tha eentler sex. But,- nevertheless. I
hope my fair friends will remember that fall
ing thua far short of what might be expected
yet the "heart feels most when the lips move
not." Speaking, however, for myself, I am
willing to acknowledge our own inability to ac
complish any end In all tha affairs of tbis life,
without your sympathy and co operation, for
in all the great convulsions with which history
deals, your influence stands prominent, as it
doesinallthe minutia of Individual tile, and
can trace back and detect your Influence
npon the proud actors in the great drama of
From the days of Coriolaous and the Roman
Empire, when Rome, the mistress of the world,
was saved by tbe tears and supplications of a
mnlhpF and a wife, down to tbe period of our
own revolution, the history of the world shows
woman's iafluenoe to nave been potent, ana tnai
ahe has often effected, althongh far removed
from tha creat tneater or action, mat wnicn
the loglo, the eloquence, me power auu earn oi
man, has essayed in vam.
w need not. however, leave our own coun
trtU hietorv. to find the brightest and purest
examples oi female heroism. It is said of the
wife of one of our revolutionary patriots, whose
husband played a conspicuous part in that event
ful struggle, that during one of tbe most trying
hours ot tnai oay, ner rurai noun w
hv a nro lim band, under the command of the
blood-thiraty Tarlton, by whom she was saluted
th tha hrutal and unmanly query, where is
your rebel husband? Tbe coward ruffians
shrunk back, when from her gentle lips broke
forth the indignant response, "wnere ne snouio
he. flrhtinff the battles of his country." his
tory, ancient or modern, presents not an evi
dence of loftier moral heroism, it was now
over characteristic, not more of the times than
of the sex. The women oi tms oay aoo gener
ation, inherit tha same courage of their moth
ers of the Revolution, and did tha times de
mand It, they too with bounding puise, aioeu
with bleeding neerts, wouia ueca, tueir sous,
and gird them for the conflict
W e sometimes hear clamor In the most un
womanly tones, of tyr'anical public seotimeut
and oppressive laws, to deny her of her just
,;m. h Uhhnldinr from her participation
the honors and emolmenU ofpublio life. But
may we not bope that from the daughters of our
fair city, there comas forth no sucn unmusical
notes? Here they claim no higher sphere and
ask for no higher destiny, than is given by
free and christian people:
Tboofh others ml a wider reun,
"And act a bolder part
"far nobler heir, It It to away,
The empire of the heart,"
- if their mand mothers were true to tbe emerg
encies that tried men's souls, can not yon, their
daughters, be true to these times? If they were
im to thirteen Btatc. can you not be true
thtrrv-three States? If they were true to Masaa-
chustts, and South Carolina, ean yon not also
be true, to these same States? I think you oan,
I think yon wish to be but yon cannot, If you
follow the advise Ol some oi tuose wno nave
' Mr. Chairman W have fallen upon evil
times. I regret exceedingly ,Sir,that oertaln gen
tlemen have thought proper to Introduce a par-
tiun aubiect on this festive occasion, it Is
sad thought, that here, in th great Bute
Ohio, wa cannot sit around tbe festive board,
.... Sir. nor even enter the House of God, with
out being compelled to listen to an abolition
haranffua. This Union cannot be preserved
these harangues. You may talk of your power
and yonr strength yon may call back Ohio's
from tha wide world, and send them forth
to desolate the (air and sunny fields of
Rnnih. huaded bv soma Duritanical militia ap
pointment of your Governor, with the sword
Gideon in ms nana you may u. uer wun,
.nri I waata her fair fields, but Sir, you oan
aiibiurate and make her free citizens
slaves. And let me tell you, Sir, that when thus
.nn hava called together, Ohio's wandering sons
with soma puritanical preacher and abolitionist
at tha bead, and demand of me, a cititizen
af Ohio, to join tbat Dana, i win not respond
your call . Let me tell yon that that glorious
ftommonwealih. Virginia, the mother of men
nri atatMmen. has her' sins, too, scattered
throughout the country, from tha Lake to
Gulf, and from th Atlantic to the Pacific,
that when yon bar crossed the Ohio, end bav
h.tr.n .our work of devastation, they will
k. t mat van. and "will welcome yon with
bloody hands to hospitable grave." Under
flag of our common country, representing Vir-
glnla as weiiesunio auu iummsuuhih, wo
join you against any foreign enemy; but w will
not aid or assist in subjugating th 8tat tbat
ear us birth, Virginia 1 and ha ever been
loyal; but ah demands equality, she will sub
mit to nothing calculated to degrade her.
Mr. Chairman, I ow my allegianc to th
Stat of Ohio. I am proud of her. Sh ha
all th greatness of a powerful empire, but I
a son ot th glorious old commonwealth of Vir
ginia. Th bones of my forefather lie scat
tered along th bank of the Ohio, th Poto
mac, and th Roanoke, and when I coase
forget her, may my God forget men; and that
man now within her limits, who would forget
her and all ber rich historical associations,
not worthy of tbe nam of an American citizen.
Tm Car or Coikcion. -Wa ss that Beecb
er, of tha Indpmdnttitt Rsv. Rlfls Becher,
who assisted Inarming Kansas for rebellion,
aod who was so clamorous for ths right of self
government there Is for "ooevcine" tbe Booth
into submission to a violated Constitution.
frestoo King, the hero of Windmill Point,
wbo was so lesions for Canadian secession that
he could not keep this side the Ameriesn line
(nor quite get across to tbe other side,) is for
putting dewn the rebels by force.
It le well for these fanatlos to talk of force
men who eend others to encounter dangers tbat
they shrink from themselves. They have
brought tbis mischief upon ns, end would like
to bide the stains upon their records in blood.e
Hall on Friday Evening Last. The Military, Spirit of the Republicans.
senator Biookb writes from Springfield, III.!
t9blg peT( toe Qain0j Herald, as follows:
"Tha black Reoubllcan functionaries saner-
ally that are congregated here, are for war, If
not also for pestilence and famine They do not
any of them, so far as I have been able to learn,
propose to take a hand in the war themselves
there Isn't one of them that would shoulder a
musket or face a can bod not they I but tbey
are fiercely iu favor of a declaration of war
agalust the South, and of compelling others to
march down there and do the fighting. For this
purpose tbey are engaged in preparing a Dill
be introduced at an early day of theses
sion, making soldiers oi an me aDie-oouieu
men of Illinois, reaulring them to proceed at once
to organize an army, by the volunteer system, if
that oan be made available, out it not, men Dy toe
drafting system. Hard and oppressive as the
times are. their scheme is to compel the farmers
ta leave their fields, the mechanic! their work
shops, and tbe day laborer his only means of
earning a scanty subsistence for bis family, to
be marched and countermarched under toe arm
of Black Republican officers, to bloody battle
upon Southern soil. This will be their leading
measure during tms session oi me legislature,
It will be opposed by the Democrats, wbo will,
however, support any fair, just, reasonable and
practical bill to encourage and support Inde
pendent and volunteer companies. The Demo
crats will not support any measure that content
plates or proposes to get up sn army of soldiers
more numerous than the army of working men
it would leave at borne. Somebody must remain
at home to till the soil, to raUe food for thisgreat
army of non-producing soldiers ibe Black Re
publicans expect to get up.
The English Treaty with China.
In Art. 1 the Emperor expresses bis regret at
the misundorstandlug occssioned by tbe analr at
Art 9 revokes the consent given by the Queen
to tbe conditional suspension of her treaty
right to place a minister la permanent residence
at rekln. l.cr Majesty resumes tneexeroise oi
bcr full right to keep a minister there, or when
It suits ber.
Art. 3 provides the payment oi an Indemnity
of 8,000,000;taU In all; tbat is 4,000,000 more
than the sum already granted by the treaty ol
Tien-tsin. Tien-tsin is to pay half a million by
tbe3Utbot .November. Canton JJJ.JJJ tael
lees tbe advances towards the Shameen sl-e, by
the same diy. Tbe rest is to be paid out cf tbe
customs, one fifth of tbe revenue of which will
be taken quarterly until the whole is paid.
Art. 4 opens Tien-tsin to trade.
Art. 5 removes tbe Interdict nn emigration to
the British colonies or clsewhcro, and provides
tbat regulations snail be fixed lor tbe protcc
tion of the emigrant.
Art. 6 cedes to the British crown the portion
of Cowloon now held under lease, and makes it
part and parcel of the colony of Hong Kong
Art. 7 provides for the immediate operation
of the treaty of Tien-tsin, aod this convention
Art. 8 provides for tbe promulgation of both
the above Instruments throughout the bmpite
Art. V provides for the immediate evacution
of Chusan by the British force now garrisoning
it. 1 ne rest ot tne army in uwna win reniatu
at Tien-tsin, or Tako, or Tung-chow, or Can
ton, or at all these places, as tbe Uritleh uov
eminent shall decide
Fighting for the Union
It is to be hoped that in these limes of ex
citement no Catbollo will so froae his reason
ing powers, as to suppose tbat our glorious in
stitutions can be preserved and transmitted to
posterity by fighting among ourselves. If oom
mnnities cannot govern themselves, the experi
ment of sell-government has already failed.
Tbe interests ot commerce, tbo frenzy of party
feeling, or something of tbe kind may remain
to fight for: but not our fres institution,. Some
speak of siting whether our federal govern
ment is strong enough to protect Itself in tbe
present exlgeocy. Why it was never made to
protect Itself by strength, but to have iu bind
ing force, as the Declaration of Independence
has It, from "the consent of the governed." If
the people of New York consent, tbey are bound
by It. lr the people of boutb Carolina do not
consent to obey it, they are free from its con
trol. There can be no forcing people to remain
In tbe Union, unless by actual abandonment of
tbe principles for wbicb you pretend to fieht.
We have said thus much lo set forth what Is
in our view the logical meaning of "fighting
for tbe Union." As to the polioy to be pursued,
we hare nothing to say. We seem to be cut
adrift even from the traditions of our own little
past. The world is all before us where to
choose; Catholics would prefer amity and alli
ance; aod will support any just policy that may
be for the r establishment of
paraljzed prosperity. Cathtlic Ttltgrafh
Repeal of the Personal Liberty Law.
We presume, from all tbe information we can
obtain, tbat at leat two-thirds of the people
ibis State are in favor or tbe repeal or tbe
personal liberty law some because they be
llev it unconstitutional; others because tbey
depreoat sucn legislation as contrary to tbe
... . . . . i
pirn oi our national oungatioui; oioera a
concession to the conservative sentiment of the
South, which appeals to us strongly for aid
their effiwt to preserve the Union; and other,
still, In order that Massachusetts may stand
before tbe country without a suspicion of beinc
unfaithful to th Constitution and tbe fed era
compact. Whether the present legislature will
reflect tbe unmistakable sentiment of tbe peo
pie remains to be seen. Its merqbers were
elected wnen tne repeat oi tne law was not
Issue, and some of them ars a likely to avm
pathize with tbe minority as with tbe majority
of their constituent in this matter. Yet there
are few, we should hope, who would not defer
to the opinion and wishes of the constituency
whose view they are supposed to represent.
Uotton journal, K'P-
The D'upaUh speaks cf Mr. Bigler't, Mr
Crittenden's and all other compromises which
have been proposed for the settlement of
present difficulties as unworthy the name
compromise, out as "concessions" oi a ram
pant spirit of treat oo. If tbo Republican party
is willing to concede anything, and refuses
yield any portion oi its pride ot opinion ana
ultra partizan platform, for the sake ot the Un
ion, they may a well declare themselves
dissolution at once. That is the moral effect
their position, if It is correctly represented
such papers as the Di'patch. We are very cor
tain that the masses ot tbe Republican party
in this connty prefer the Union to any partizsn-
ahln. and we h pe tbey will take occasion
ay so themselves, and not longer permit them
selves to be misrepresented by organs control
led wbo manifestly prefer
to country. rnitourgn ron.
A Frenobman, resolved to be rid of
went little before high tide to a post set up
tbe sea side. He bad provided himself withe
ladder, a rope, a pUtof, a bundlo of matches,
and a vial of poison. Ascending tne laaaer,
tied one end of the rope to the post, and
oth and round bis neck; then be took the poi
son, set hie clothes on ore, put the mnzile of
flstol to bis neaa, ana stcsea away toe laauer
n klcklnrr down the ladder, he eloped tbe
tol "so tbat the ball missed bis bead end
through the rope by whioh he was suspended;
he fell Into the eea, thus extinguishing the flames
of his cloth ee, and the eea water wbicb be
swallowed, counteracted tbe poison,
and thus in spite of his precautions, be remain
ed unhanged, unebot, uopoisonea, unournra,
I m .A
ITTEdward Pavtou Wattoo,of Hartford, Is
ing to walk from Boston to Washington, io
ment of a bet lost by the election of- Lincoln.
The distance is 470 miles, and tbe contract
m.koa it Incumbent on Mr. Watson to perform
bis journey in ten days, and to arrive at tbe
He will leave tbe state bouse,
Boston, at noon oo tm j
and will be obliged to. walk furtv-seven miles
day, until be reaches tbe oapitol. A man Is
aocompany him In a carriage to see tbat be ful
fills his agreement. , ,
MINK MUfFBi VtOTOmeil and CUFFS we
now selling at very lev prices, alto all other kinds
faahlonablo ran. PBTH BAN,
dti. No. 3D Booth High st,
UNION MEETING ON
THE CITY HALL.
Call for a Union Meeting on Conservative
and Pacific Principles.
We. Ibe uuderiizned. clUieni of Columbus. Ohio, are
la favor oroalllnKla publlo meetini Irreapectlva of par
ty io ue uam m iue uuy uau on
IHllRlDAV EVENING NEXT,
for Uiepurpoie of expreulng approbation of th meal
uroskoowuas mo urlttenoen Uompromito.
. P. Beller
11. J. JUenlrk
O. A. Piatt
W. O. Bleu
John a. t)tlrlluz
8. W. Park
8. 0. Knode
John 0. Illftly
Jaoab f . ktehmaa
Daniel A. Kgar
J. B. Bldlomau
W. H. Bavago
V. A. MoOuy
Jno. W. Bevlon '
Oh. H. Olmaiead
B. L. Beta
W. railing .
A. J. Davis
Jame Leant en
8. V. Fremiti
R. II. snowden
11. D. Teller
A. V. Ayree
I). B. Laweun
0. 0. Uox
Alex. A. Urenu
U. A. Wagner
H. J. Bwoope
Oeo. W. Johnloa
leuao U. barrow
John At. Pngu
D 0. alaunor
K. L. Ccbhs.
John f . IJonei
0. W- Zollinger
A. 0. lUbtrlj
J. 0 Colemau
JobnW. Thorn, tuti
John U- A. Rob&iuu
J. W. Worrell
D. L. ilathav.y
W. W. Uarriian
A. It. Senur
Obaa. O. Doihler
Martin B. Fetermur
I mm Spkndler
Juliet li. Walcutt
John 9). Hoirard
J. M. Roerner
' Henry T her
B. O.Kenig .
W. 0. Warebam
W. H. Jamea
Thomas Saunderi .o
J. 0. L.H. Ohram
W. A. W. ataugul
(1. 8. Dealing
U. W. Milieu
A. B. Zlgler
' P. McQuIre
John T. Blalu
William Tray ,
A. L, Bancroft
0. U. Bancroft
W. B Preston
Henry 0. Doreji
8. 8. Webota
J . H. Kinney
0. T. Bantle
11. O.UIeary -
A. a Williami
U. D. Hotter
U. J. Abb.tt
O. P. Chancy
B. Q. Btall
J. L. Champ
A. 0. Hlbba
A. T. Birrenger
W. II. A. Btuarl
J. H gmitb
W. a. Hawkea
Jacob V. f reetand
K. H Geary
li. La Boughtou '
S. T. Snyder
T. W. Tallmadge
J. A. Lelnk
U. L Alorte
A. W. Brown
J . V . Armstrong
Jtmet P. Gardner
P. W. LewU
Dai id Joyce
. 0. U F rieatell
A G. Kuver
A. D. 8tnm?
W. n. Roberta
8. P. HcElv.in
W. W. Biley
W. K. Uerthlker
J. W. Coffin
J. B. Bugbea
COjJL AND WOOD!
THE BUB30RIBER WILL DELIVBRTHE
' BEST QUALITY
WOOD, SAWED AND SPLIT,
To any part of the city for
3,50 PER CORD,
And 4 feet Wood for
82,50 PER CORD.
Alio Ibe different klndt of Coil as low as any other
dealer, and, "lympathltlng Willi the public, " Is now
ZANE9VILLE OR MUSKINGUM
COAL FOR 9 CTS., AND
NUT COAL OR DIRT,
FOR 7 CTS. PER BUSHEL.
Yard and office, lit, Bouth Third Street, near the Sec
ond PreabytetUo Church.
A. B1EI0W, Agent.
Coluulus, Jan. 31.
$0GtAt OANCINC SOCIETY
ALL, ITlEiriBEUS OF THIS HOCIETT
an notified that tha Third Bs Union for tha season.
will be on Thursday, th 84th lost. Invited Monde
member! can have tlcketa bv calling on H. Luqciatpx
or at tbo Btora of LinDiaux, KiTf. Co.
jan!l-d3t 0. f. OLOOK, Managor
Tv SI. TAFT HAN REITIOVEU HIS)
'f AFT HAH BEITIOVEU
U. stock of DBY GOODS from No. 191 South High
treat, to his eld itand. No. 46Jorth lifea- traot,
Thompson'! Building, where bo will be pleased to tee all
hli old customer, and all new onea that may come, where
hs will sell Uiem chimp goodt.
A large lot of OABPEtd on hand, which will be sold
at cost, for cattt, to close tne sioca.
D. II. TAfT.
JanlP dim Corner High and day sts., Oolnmbat, 0
JOHN H. STEKLEY
will attend to the
P08TIRO AND DI8TEIBDTINQ
BILLS IN THIS CITY.
All orders left at the Office of tho Statetman wiH
promptly attended to. Janll-tf
High Sreet Store
THE THREV3 STONY FIRE PHOOF
BTOBY 110U8B, No 163, oseupled by Akin : Xb
oi y. Stove Dealer, complelaly fitted with Gee, Furnice
and Hoisting Jack. Ibe lot la 100 by SO, and It offend
on roa.on.bl. term.. Apply tM
jao7-dfel No. 3, North third Street
ilAlK ALL WOOL B LAIWESJ ON
ly 25 eenis a yard. Bich Fancy Bilks at 50 cent
PETER BAIN, '
No. 29 Booth High Street.
New styles an eery cheap at B' 8 .
OV24. no. x vouin oignnmi.
OF THK CONDITION Ot TBI
Norwich Fire Insurance Company,
ON THE Slat DAY OF DECEIT! BEllt
1880, made to the Auditor of Ohio, punuant to the
Statute of that Bute, entitled "An not to regulat Intu-
ranco Companies, not Incorporated by the state oi unio
paated April 8, 18511.
NAMB AND LOCATION.
Tha nm nf thaComDanv li Tha Norwich Fire In-
uranee Company, and la located at Norwloh, Con
Tl, emount of IU oaoltal stock la 2U0,00 00
The amount of lta capital stock paid up is i2U0,ll0 00
fliuh of the Company on hand. .19,091 1-
i. Oath In the band! of and duo
from agentt o.wv w
Real Estate unincumbered none.
The bond! and stocks owned by
the Company as per vouchsra
accompanying how aecurrd,
and the rate of Interett there
on, to wit:
NorwiekBank Btoek.Norwlch 5,0IH Oil $J,7W qo
10 OHO 00
6 000 00
do N. X
Oom Bxchangs do
150 Imp'! t Traders do
1U0 National do
4 750 00
Bhoe at Leather do
Bank of Commerce
mi 17. R. Truit Company do
SO Bank of Kentucky, Louliville
Total bondt and stokes.
gl35,ie8 00 1186 335 00
5. Debts doe Uie Company, se
cured bymortgete.on un
incumbered Real If ttate, as
per voucher! accompany
ing. ICHI9UI.tor MORTBiOll.
Loan. Vol. Page
1. Themortgave of Geo.
Frith wife on farm in
u. i mi run
Total mortgage Hi"' 00
g. Debts otherwiis secured as per -
vouchers acompanylng, none.
? TUhfafnrmremlunll $ 53 44
All other tecurltlei.
Total Auett of lbs Company $"324,405 56
5tb . The amount of liabilities, due or not duo
to bank! and other creditors, none
6th. Loieei adjutted and due, none
7th. Loneiadjuitei and notdue
8th, Loiaea unadjuited
9th. Lone! in auipente, walling for further
10th. All other clalmi agatmt the Company
$3 500 00
Total Liabllltlet I14.500 00
ink. Th nut!t am't Iniured lnaoy onerlik,. $5,000
I'Jth. Tbe greatett amount allowed l,y the rulet to be
Inturea in bdj ou, vny, iuwuui
.Mlln. nt nffent.
allowed to be lniured In any
one block at dlicretlon of agent, undar rule of
The amount of its capital or earnlnts depoiliedin
any other state, ai security lor louee .iuoiciu
whether such oompany traniacti anybutineii of
i..Mn.a n n il Hlite or Blarca. none.
Tbe charter, or act of incorporation of said Com
pany, formerly seni.
8tti or Conwcticot
County of New London,! n.
a Rrur. Pretldent, and Ebeneier Learned, 8cre
i... r ),. Nnrwleh Fire lniurance Company, being lev
ilaniM and iav. tbat tbe foregoing li a full.
tma and correct statement of the rflitrt of
.... ..t.i n,nin.. that tha aald ImuranceOomvan y I
the bona fide owner of at least One Hundred Thouiand
Dollars of actual caih capital .lnveied In Stocks and
Bondi, or In Mortgagee on Real Bttate, worth double
h.amnunt fur which the tame it mortgaged; that the
above described invettmente, nor any part thereof, are
made for tbe nenent or any lnomuaai ikhhui " ,
... iw. h manniramant of aald comnanv. either ai Preal
dent. Secretary. Treaaurer, Director, or otherwise; that
the moitgagu above described bavs not been aaiignea,
nor In any manner re leaaeu or impinw ut vaiu,
and that they are the above described officer! of laid In
turanc. Company. BnEff8-TKBi VnMnt
UBKN. LEARNED. Sec'y-
Subjcrlw-J and iworn before me this llih day of Jan
aUT'mV DAVID YOUNG,
Justice of tbe Peace
Orncs or thi Auoitos or Statk.
nnlnrabna. O. Januarv 17th 1861 I
i 11 ,i.a.i w Tjclnr. Auditor of State do certify that
(ha'fnrni- la a correct cony of the statement of the
condition of the Norwich Fire lniurance Company, made
to thle office for tbe year iroi, ana now on me uerem,
Wltnen my nana sua iai ouiciaiiy.
rt, .,1 K W.TAYLF.R,
' 1 Auditor of State
Certificate I Authorllr.
To Expire on the 3Ut of January, 1M62
Auoitos tr Btati's Ornci,
Columbui. Ohio. January 17, Ittil. J
Wl.araaa. the Norwich fire Iniurauca Oompany, loca
oated at Norwich, In the Bute of Connecticut, hat filed
In thil office a tworn statement of lta condition, aa ra-
quired by the firit notion ol tne act -to regulate miur
nnmnanlei not Incorporated by the State of Ohio.'
paiaed April 8th, 185G; and, Whereat, aald Company hat
f urnuhed the nnaemgnea t nunaciurj ctiwuv. ma, i
nna.aviir at leut One Hundred Thouiand Dollar!
i,,.ianital. Innated Inatockl. or in bondt. or inmort
maaaa nr raal aauie worm aonnie me buiouui. lur wuiuu
till tamO II morlgagCU; una, n ueiwaa, aaiu vuiupauj una
filed In thlt office a written inttrument under itt corpo
rate aeai, ilgned by tbo Preaident and Secretary thereof,
anihnriilnir anv aient oraa-enta of laid Company in thil
State to acknowledge service of proceat for and in behalf
of aald Company, contenting that auch aervice of .prooeu
thall be taken and held to be aa valid at If served upon
the Company, according to Uie laas cr mis or any oiner
Bute, and waiving all Claim or rigui ui errvr, u maauu
of tuch acknowledgment of service.
Now, Therefore, in punuanoe of tbe first lection of the
aforesaid act, I, Robert W. Tayler, Auditor of State, for
the Slate of Ohio, do hereby certify that Slid Norwich
fire Insurance Oompany la anthorited to transact the
business of fire lnsurai.ee in this State until the thirty,
first day of January, In the year one thouiand eight bun.
itrari and litv-tWO.
in w linen Whereof. I hava hereunto sub-
arribed mv name, and caused tbe seal of my
I J office to be affixed, the day and ytar above
t written. II. W. tailbk,
. . Audi or of State,
FRED'K J. FAY, Agent,
Office In Carpenter'. Building,
in. south moil si eet,
janlS-dlw COLUMBIJi, OHIO
TEMPLE OF HONOE AND TEHF2BAKCS,
fx niOMDAVAND TCESDVY EVEN
W1NUH. at 7. o'clock. Temperance addreaiei will
delivered hv J. Oeddes Ksa . of Cincinnati, at the Con-
gregational church. On Tueaday evening, members of tbe
ibe Templed Honor, will attend to lull regalia, anil tn
nature and objects, of, their order wtll be presented
leavlog their Hall at 7 o'clock prclttly.
Jan. 10. m.
mHii nosT sccoessriiL pain sjur
X Eat known. Is composed solely of healing Oils,
Batumi and uumi. Actual observation ana tno ceran
catet of respectable persont warrant ut In staling poa.
i.(t'i tTttgnttte Ou cum nueumatim;
Rttd't UavneUe Oil curt Hjiinal Aftctlon;
Rad't Maanttlo OU evrrs itevraloia;
KetcTi MtifntHo Off cures WtakJotntt;
Rttd't Maanttit Oil caret Uletrattd Sunt:
Retd't MagHttio OUeurtl Aersoiu ItadMht;
Keed'i iiagnttlo OU aires Froittd Ftet;
End'i Maonttle OU cure Frt Woundi;
Bnd'i Magnetic OU cures SwtUmgi;
Retd't MitgntUa OU cure Paint in th Bad;
t, i. it a- r a im . ..i .
ii ecu i jnuynciiv vt vwrmt unwa c
Hetd't Magnttlo OU curt JSarach & IboiKacht
tor sale by SIMON JOHNSON, Drcooist, Plttibnrgh
Pa., iole agent: mid alto ty B. A. rAUNKBTOOK i
CO.. B. B.SELLBHB k CO., and Druggttts general!'
at M cU. per bottle. dec!4d3rr
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Foreign & Domestic Cigars,
AND SKST BRANDS
Smoking & Chewing Tobacco.
Also, (he but quality of BNTFT'B eonstuntly
lO'Oouutry Merchants are Invited to call before par
NO. 4 EAST THIRD STREET,
Bet. Mala and Sycamore,
nov21-wflm CINCINNATI, O.
A LARGE BODY OF LAND LYING
on th National Boad, Wett of Columbus, wllh.n
from two to fir milet from the city. Th property will
be soil In lot to suit purchaser, and en favorable terms.
Apply to JOHN W. ANDREWS,
janl0-d4w Agent for John 0. Holloway.
Oolumbut, January 10.
EVEP4IP4U DHESS GOODS, ELEGANT
Sold Bancs Tarlatans, th katMt novelty. Pliln
Wblt and Colored Tarlatan;. Whit Paris Muslin Orea
auin. Brenlng Robes; Plain party
Otrtl No, 29 Booth High street,
OF THI CONDITION OF Ml
North American Fire Insurance Go.
ON THE Slat DAT OF DECEIWIIEK,
18fi0, made to ths Auditor of tho Stale of Ohio,
purauant to the statute of that State. ,
NAMB AND LOCATION.
Tbo name of this Company Is the North American
Fire lniurance Oompany, incorporated May, 1867,
and located In the city of Hartford, Connecticut.
The amonnt of Its capital stock is...... tUO.OII 00
The amount of IU capital stock actually
naiil un Incaahit ..
Oath on hand and la bank, via:. ..... . ...
In Company'eofnoe 9,16:i HO
In Phobia: Bank 17,833 34
InBxobangoBank BU.IKXI Wl
2. Cash in bands of agenta and In
course or transmission, nj.
-.. i I hmmIiimi I hia .
r "......".. : 13.000 TO ir.-2.3S7 84
Beat Bitata none
Bondt owned by tho Oompany,
Ohio State fl per oont Bonds. . .... $ 10,0011
Michigan Btaie o per oeui ,"
Uartforii viiy o pe wu . ,v
h .In do do do 13,1.00
Missouri State 0 per cent Bondt 10,000
Tennetsee Btale 6 peroenl Bondt 10,000
Total Bondt ....150.350
Bail Boad Blooka owned by tbe -
,m. ..... Harirord and New Par Val. MarketTal
H.n R. R. Co 10,000 00 14,000
-t -v,.. i. V. Central R R
flnmnanv 7,500 00 5.700
Total B. B. Stocks 117.500 00 $10,700
Debt, to the Company secured by mort
zanei, being first lien of record on un
incumbered Ueal Bstate in ths State
of Connecticut worth at least (8,000
ui.kiw... I. I... than nna tear a
intereetduo and owning 14,100
. Debts otherwise lecnred loans on stocks
Farmtrt fc Mech's
Rank. Hartford... 1500 00
14 Mercantile Bank of
Hartford 1,400 00
5 Merchants Bank of
lUrtford 500 00
10 City Bank of
Hartford 1,000 00
23 Charter Oak Bank
Hartford 2,200 00
13 Phoenix Bank of
Hartford 1,500 00
19 Hartlord County
Bank 900 00
50 Hartford County
Bank.... 2,500 00
17 Merchant! Man
ufacturer Bank 1,700 00
10 Merchant Man-
nfaoturers Bank 1,000 00
5 JCtnaBank Hart
ford 500 00
21 State Bank Hart
ford 9,100 00
3 Mercantile Bank
Hartlord 300 00
10 Phoenix Insurance
Co. Hartford.... 1,000 00
5 Dome Bank Mert-
den. ..1 500 00
1,150 0 )
200 Sink Ohio Valley
Cincinnati Ohio 10,000 00 11,000 00
Total amount loaned on above ItocW. ... $i'3,7S2
S. All other tecnrltiet are, Bank
Stock owned by tno uo.,
n. at.. Par val. AJaraei
250 Phoenix Bank new iiorx ,uuu uu
Merchant Bank . " ,ow vv
Metropolitan Bank " 5.000 OU
Continental Bank " 5,000 00
Bank of America " 5 000 Wl
American Exchange " 5 OoO 00
Merchant Exchange ' 3,0110 00
Atlantic Bank Boston 10,000 00
Bank of the Bepubllc
Hide at Leather
Safety Fund Bank .
Charter Oak Bank Hartford 11,300 00
Farmer at Mechanic
Merchant! at Mft't
Total Bank Btook (201,250 00 (204,645
u Amount ot Interest (exceDt on mortica-
iea.) accrued but not due i,3o
10. Amount accrued but not due on mort
gager, ii.. "
ii. amnunf nt nRmiumi qub auu unuaiu
which an entinly good $11.
Total asaata of the Company 1150.492
(Memorandum) Th foregoing are Decern Mr pan
nricei. and ahow anaia-rciate reduction line Novem
ber lit. I860, of 119.2& 50. From the reliable
ter of tbe Assets we have entire confidence that they
speedily rally to former prices.
The amount of the ltablll ties, due or not
due, tu banks and other creditor of
the Co. none.
Lottet adjutted and due none,
do do do not da (6,845
do unadjusted , 15,835
All other clalmi against the Company,
none, excepting a small amount for
Total amount of liabilities (22,660
Amonnt of risks In force, Deo. 31, 1860,
having by average about 6 montba to
Amount of premiums received theroon 127,371
The areautat amount Insured In aov una
risk 1 15,000
Exoeptltg In tpeclal caaei.
Th greatett amount allowed by the
rules of th Oompany to be lniured
In any on city, town or village
No rule hare bean adopted Do
pends upon itt tixe and character.
The greatest amount allowed lo be in
sured In any on block no ru lea
' adopted depend npon eonttruciiuu
The amount deposited In other State
and counties under the laws thereof,
for the security of the Policy Hold
Th Charter Act of Incorporation of
th Oompany a certified copy tent
Power of Attorney authortilng agents
of th Company to acknowledge
service of proctas Ao ,1s sent here
with. A. F. HA8TINUB, President,
l. l. WM. 0, HASTINGS, Secretary
BriTt or OoxmcTicoT,)
Hartford County, )
Hast'osd Coax ,1
January flth, 1ft) 1. j
Personally aBDeared, A. F. Halting!, President,
Wm 0. Uaitlogi, Secretary, of th North American
Vir lniurance Uomoany, and miu oatn trial ins
olng ttatement by them aubacribed, li a true, full
correct statement oi in auair oi taia uompany, ana
hibit to far as can be aecartatnad at this data, its
condition on the thirtv-firat day of December, itxju,
In wltnets wbsreof, I have hereunto set my biod
affixed my itticial teal, at my omot In Hartford, State
EDWIN GOODMAN. Commlsiloner.
Appointed by th Governor of Ohl
latAL. letldiug In thecity of Hartford and
Ornca or th Aoditoi or Stats,
Oolumbu. Oblo, Jan. 14, lefll
I. Bobert W. Taytar. Auditor of Btata, da harslnr
tlfv that the foregoing Is a correct copy of th statement
of th condition of the North American lire Insurance
Company ot Hartford, Conn. .made to this ofSee for
) ear isui, ana now on nie nerein.
Wltnestmy hand and Beal officially.
B. W. TAYLER,
iBAL.l Auditor or Stat;
By 0. Cow, Chief Oltrk
CertlfleaU of Antborlt.
(To expire on ths 3 lit day of January, 1862
AODITOX OI BTAT I UIFICI,
Oolumbut. Ohio, Junuary 14, 1861
WetBSAS. Th NORTH AMERICAN FIRi 1NBUB
ANCB OOMPANT. located at Hartford la the Btata
Connecticut, hu filed In this ofiloiaswora statamnt
It condition, at required by the first wo ton ot th
"To regulate loiurauc companies not ineorporaua
the etat ot Ohio," passed April , leoo; ana, n iuxas,
said oompany hu furnished the undersigned satlsfaotory
svtdenc that It Is noanaeod of at least on hundred
thouiand dollars of aolual capital Invxtad In stocks,
In bonds, or In mortgage of rwal estate, worth doubl
untuntfor .which th tame la mortgaged; and, Wibxas
said company has filed In thla office written Inetraaent
inder It corporate seal, etgned by the President
Secretary thereof, authorlttog any agent or agenta
aald company tn this State, to acknowledge aarvlc
procti, for and In behalf of said oompany, consenting
tbat tuch aenrk of prooesa ehall be taken and beld
be aa valid at If served upon th oompany, according
th law of this or any other State, and waiving all
or right of rror, by reaion of tuck acknowledgement
Now, therefore, in pareuance of lb flrt section ef
aforesaid act, I, Robert W. Taylsr. Auditor of Stat
th State of Ohio, do hereby certify, that sakt North
American Fir Insurance Ootapany, of Hartford, Is
to transact th kuatnus of Fir and Marine
In till! Btata, until the thirty-Ant day ot
In th year on thousand eight hundred and sixty
two. In Witness Whereof, I hare htreunto subacrtbed
r- nam and earned th ! of enyofflc to
I affixed th day and yesr abov wniten.
j R. W. TAYLER,
Auditor of Slat.
. By 0. Oolb, Chief Olerk.
FRED'K J. PAY, Agent,- .
, Offio In Carpenter's Building,
IK, iOtJTH HIGH STREET,
For all TIIUOAT and
COUGHt and everr
Complaint tb forerun
ner of ( and even actual
TUo Great news a..
GI4J KEIHEDY and Nat
ural OPIATE adatptod
to otost epeclee of Ner
roue Complaint. Ner
roue and dlironlr;
stain, Catarrh, Toottt
and Ear Actio, Loee of
Klaan. sand HOWtl C10nl
No ml Instli aa. b don tha aliove preparation
but by procuring and reading deKrlptlvo pamphlets.;
be tound wun all dealer, or will ne sen oy rrui'ncm.
on demand. Formula! and Trial Bottle sent to Piiyal
ciant, wbo win find developments In both worthy their
acceptance ana approval.
Correspondence solicited from all whose necessities or
curiosity prompt! to a trial of th abov reliable Rent
For tale by tne ntuai wnoieiaie ana retail aeaiar
JOHN La IIVNNEWELL, Proprleto
CHKUIBT. AND PHARMACEUTIST.
No. 9 Commercial Wnarf, Boston, Haas
Robert a Samuel, N. B. Marple, J. R. Cook, J. hi
Dnlg, O. Denig k Bona, A. J. Bcbueller a Bon, Agentt
lor Oolumbu. Ohio. myl-dly
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ths skin or Injuring th Hair remadle the abrard and II
effect of Bid Dyes, and Invigorate the hair for lif.
None are genuine unlesa signed " W. A. Batchelor."
0HA8. BATOHBLOR, Proprietor,
Jylfcwly 81 Barclay Street, New York.
For th INSTANT BBLIEF
and PERMANENT CUBE of th
distressing complaint ose
Made by 0. B. SEYMOUR CO., 107 Naaaea Bt., BT. t.
Price 1 par box; sent free by post.
FOR IALI AT ALL DRUSOIBTI. , .
TO THE PUBLIC !
In Tlew ef making a change to our concern, we will
ENTIRE STOCK OF GOODS
' . FOR FIFTEEN SAYS, COMMRNOTNO WITH,
Kondiy, the 14th day of January,
O O .3 "3? 2
This Stock ef Ooode Is bow admitted to be the most
desirable la the Centre of the State, and offers a rare op
portunity to House Keepers and others for pnrohailag
The whole Stock will bs sold without rest rye,' except
ing YAMKII NOTIONS,
' ZEPHYR WORSTEDS,
'''' AND ALEXANDER'S KID OLOYII.
TERMS, CASH ONLY.
Columbus, January 12, IRfil. p, bain.