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?L)t Statesman
MONDAY EVENING, JAN. 21, 1861.
LOCAL MATTERS.
! Tli Adams Einress Company places us dally
under obligations to It for tbe very latest papers
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The American Expreos Company has our
thanks for its daily tavors tn the snape 01 toe
verv latest eastern papers.
County Convintion, The Democratic Coun
ty Convention to appoint ten delegates to rep
resent Franklin County In tho Democratic State
Convention to be held in this city on the23 Inst ,
met In the City Hall this forenoon. Gio. H.
Eahat was oalled to the Chair, and John M.
Poon appointed Seorctary.
The following centlemen were appointed net-
sates to thO Btate Lonvenlion a. lueuaiy,
W. Mnypenny, J. Reinhart, A. G. Thurman,
K. 13. Warden, Otto Ureeei. pierne ' .
J. J. RIokley, Dr. J. W. uorani, ana luoees
Seymour.
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Oov. Mcdarv being called on, made a brier,
but patriotio address on the state or public aruirs,
and the Convention adjourned.
J For tho Ohio Stateaman.
The Executive Comrniltoe deem it a duty to
state that, contrary to all expectations and their
practice during the put year, the following Rtil-
road, have refused to carry delegates at half I
fare to the Slate Temperance convention, waicn
is to be held in this oity on the 23d ioBt., viz.
Little Miami: Columbns 4. Xenla; Cleveland,
Columbus & Cincinnati; Central Ohio; Clove
land, Palnesvillo k Ashtabula; Sandusky,
Mansfield k Newaik; Cleveland k Mahoning.
Tbe prayers of the widow and fathorlrss
children, made so by the cunt of intemperance,
villi tunly ascend lu bebalf of tbe officers of
the roads wbojeod tlie'r influence and aid to
Cromoteoneof the beat causes that ever en-I
gaged tbe attention of men or angola.
A. A. STEWART, Chm'n Ex.
Columbus, 0 Jan. 21, '61.
Com.
Ma. FoasTia's LxcTua.--Tbe lectures of
Thomas Galk FosiTia, yesterday morning and
evening, were listened to by attentive and In
terested audiences. The lecture In tbe even
ing, on "Tbe Divine In Man," was founded up
on the celebrated quotation from one of the an
cient Greek poets: "For we His offspring are."
From the divinity In man, tbe speaker deduced
bis Immortality. Tbe discourse contained
many truly eloquent and subllpe passages, and
the chain reasoning of was well sustained.
y Mr. FoRSTEa.will lecture at Kanamacher's
Halt tA.mn.fn fTnaarinv, Pv-pnlno nn "Tho
Miima nfihiTimau iwn tint from nnlitical I
Hlgne.orthe limes as seen, not irom political, I
but from a moral standpoint." Tbla will doubt
less be an Interesting lecture, as tome novel
views will, we presume, be presented.
Gooiv'a Lady's Book. Tbe number for Feb'
euary Is belore us. It surpasses all its prede-
Ta omkAllIaaimofi ta SPA niimaFMIlfl flfl
fascinating, consisting of floe steel engravings,
colored fashion plates, and patterns of every va
riety and description. Then, the content) of the
Bjok, in repect to its reading matter, are equal
ly good. We see that some hypochondriac
critics speak lightly of the literature of the
Book; but we have looked through it with muoh
pleasure. We envy not tbe man or woman who
can read "Mr. and Mrs. Rashir," by the au
thor of "Mia Summons," and not lot the reins
of Imagination loose, in a glow of delight at
the exquisite satire. Many other articles In
this number of the book are equally entertain
log and Instructive. The ladies universally pro
nounce in favor of Gootr, and their voice out-
weighs a whole nation of mate critics.
Tbe Lady's Book Is published at $3 a year by I
Ii. A, Gootr, Philadelphia.
Wooo and Coal. W refer our readers to
the advertisement of Mr. A. Barlow In anoth
er column. His office ia at 113 South Third
Street, where be has a large-yard well supplied I
with a superior stock of coal and wood, and at
tbe lowest prices. Mr. Barlow is a geritleman,
who Is accommodating and prompt in his busi
ness habits, and we advise our citizens ta call
unon him for their sudoIt of either coaJ or wood.
Mow, while the weather is moderate, Is a good
time to lavJn a SUDDlT against tbe coldjindl
, ' N. , , rr ' . e
tortus tuai uiuet lueruauij cvuio uoiuis sub i
winter la over. Indeed, fuel ia always needed,
and Mr. Barlow stands ready to Hi) your orders
at as low a figure as any other dealer.
O If you want a place of exciting amuse
ment this evening, it hero you can gain instruc
tion and enjoy the aunahlna of mirth, you should
by all means go to Montgomery Hall to the Cy
clorama of Ireland, as exhibited under the au
spices of Professor McAvor. Tbe best com
mendatlon of this exhibition that can be given,
is that all who have witnessed it are unanimous
in their verdiot in its favor, as the best thing of
the kind ever presented to in admiring public
'This evening ia advertised as the last for the
exhibition of the Cyclorama In our city. Im
iprove, then, this last golden opportunity.
litoroRE. Thoj. Galis Forstir, late of
North Carolina, will lecture on to-morrow,
(Tuesday) evening, at Kanniuaohcx's Hall,
west tide of High, between Rich and Friend
streejs, at 1 o'olock . Subjeot "Tbo Signs of
the Times;" diacused from Natural and Spir
itual stud point, rather than from a Political
and Partinn platform. Adjnlssion-to pay ex
peniea 10 cents.
- Mr. FoasTga has been for years well known
througout the Uuited States, as an able reason
er and aq eloqeunlecturer.
UT This is positively the last week of the
great gift book store, at No . 173 South High
St. Afresh supply of new books just reoelved
mi nmmbcr a splendid gift with every book
old. -f
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Rail Road Time Table.
Lrma Miami St Ouionsca Jr. Xikia R.
Leaves. Arrives.
Accommodation. ...... 10 A. M. 9.15 P.M.
No.iBx 8.30P.M. J 30 P.M.
Might Express . A. M. 9.45 A. M.
CurrtUMS, Cotoasos k OtMoifnuTl It. R.
Ixpress and Hall 3.00 P.M. , 1.40 P.M.
Night Jsxpress ,...3:25 A. M. 1:30A.M.
CtKTAxOmoB. B. ( .
Kip rose Train 3.00 4. M 8 30 A. M,
Malt Train 8.40 P. M. H0P. M.
PtTTSBORen, OoLcmne It CiKciimATi R. ' 1
Ixnreea Train 3 00 A.M. 8.30 P. M
Mall Train 8,40 P.M. M'.SO P.-M
OntOaWUi fc IMDIAMAFOUS II. R.
Columbus, Plqua As Indiana R. II.
, Bxpressf-Sln 8:10 A.M. 11:10 A. M
' express Train, :4SP.M, ' B:I0P.M
' PaoNiaicrtAfioti. Some people call it Bam
others, Bom or Bam: but alwho have tried it,
(l,iMi..a.'i Ttalm trthsi lhAhswt Inn In
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fact the onlv reliable external remedy. It oonte
but 85 cents a bottle.
Unanimous. Physicians prescribed it, and
everybody recommends its adoption as the stand
ard, only certain external remedy. . 25 centa
bottle. "
ET Sea advertisement of Prof. MiUia
Hair Invlgorator In another column.
Tar it. With these words tbe itraoger put
package or De Land &. Co'a Saleratui into Kite'
band, and disappeared. Ever alter this memor
able day, poor bread dingy pastry, and sulphur
ous biscuit were unknown in this family, out
the fame of Kale's excellent pastry, bread, ic
spread orer the whole sehool district, and led
to make the InQuIry,
Whow Srf do ou u.er. To which she
invariably replied, D. B. De Land Sc. Co.'s. It
can bo purchased from most grocers and store-
keepers, and Is for sale at wholesale oy tne
I manufacturers, at Fairport, Monroe Co., N. Y
and by the grocers In the cities and -villages
tbroughont the country.
(TTThe vt? to keen well, take McLian
cilmiiatid Stmnothbnino Cordial and Blood
p.,.,-,,.. ha ..rArnl tn AM. and no disease can
aUack lhe g m Tb,. Cordiai j. the m08t
effective Alternative and Tonlo ever known
r, , n,(o.. f..nti.- f dinian. and it
.rn,h4,na ,,,, aatem. and nnrlfieB and cleans
M b)(jod Tfy and yo(l wm b(J conTlnoed
Seo the advertisement in another colomy
TELEGRAPHIC!
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
CONGRESSIONAL.
SENATE.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 19.
Mr. Thompson presented a memorial from the citizens
or Mow jenej in favor or tne urttienden propositions
Mr. fJ, ,me. pv
mate of the expense of building a steel or iron gun
boat of a capacity and armament of the United Bales gun
boat Iroquli.
Mr. Sumner called up bit resolution of yesterday In
reference to foreign vessels In tbe port of Oharleatun, and
It wai adopted.
air. polk presented the resolutions of a public meetlnir
at ot. Louts on tne state or tbe union and the adjust'
ment of present difficulties.
Mr. Bowanl said In 1850 it was decided to receive pro
ceedings or publio meetings, when a maorlty or the Sen
ate agreed, but to reject them when they were in a minor
ity, resolutions were lost-
Mr. Foster Introduced a bill fora re-omnitatlon of
the United States Military Academy at Wejt Point
It baa hean nmnarail htr Ilia Wall Pnlnt PntnmUatnn In
stltuted at the laatsesalon of Congress. Ordered to a
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second reading, and to be printed and referred to tho
military committee.
Mr, Benjamin presented the petition or w . U . Jewett,
oppoalng the Paciflo flallroad bill, became be Is opposed
to a national debt.
lat. Because the Onion Question is paramount there
to.
Sd. Because of the Inluitlce of addlm 1100 000 000 to
the national debt, in time of revolution.
3d. Because Pike's Peak, asa middle Btate will in time
secure a railroad, thereby preserving a state or Inde
pendent Improvement, and prevention a rational debt
Mr. Mason Introduced a Joint reaoluilon In relation to
die euspension or certain laws In States separating from
the Union, so as to avoid hostile collialon between said
States and the United States. It waa passed to a second
reading and ordered printed.
The epecial order, the Kansas bill, was taken up. A
long debate ensued upon it. vorioua amendments were
offered and rejeoted, when, without a vote on the bill,
tbe Senate adjourned.
HOUSE.
The army bill was passed.
The bill providing for the payment of the California
war debt, fr auppreasing Indian hostilities, waapassed.
ine uouae conaiaereu private mils.
,r Florence presented a petition from the citizens or
Philadelphia praying for the adoption of the Crittenden
resolutions.
Mav Harris, of Md.. Clemens, of Vs.. and ITolman of
Ini., p relented aim liar memorials.
mr. Florence nave notice that he would, on Monday.
offer an amendment to the report of tbe Committee of
33, io as to give the Houaesn opportunity of considering
iue umienaea compromise.
The Uouae concurred in the amendments to the Sen'
ate report of the Committee on Fedeial relations above
given.
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WASHINGTON Jan. 21.
Mr. Lovejoy asked leave to present a memorial from
certain Metbodiat clergyman, of Illinoia.
Air. Burnett. I object; let them attend to their own
buaineas.
Mr. Florence Let us hear what they have to say.
Mr. Burnett. I think Conireas capable of manazlni
the legialatlOD of tho country: and with due respect to
clergyman, that they ought to attend to the business
matter within their legitimate sphere, apart from poli
tics.
Mr. Lovejoy. The memorial asks for protection from
religious persecution. One Methodist clergyman has
been bsnged In Texas, simply for hlsrellgioue opinions.
Mr. Burnet. 'I have bo orjectoon to the memorial, be
ing laid on the table.
it was so ordered.
Mr. Florence presented memorials. from Philadelphia
signed by cltieens of all parties, Including some who vo
ted for Mr. Lincoln, asking for an adjustment of the
difficulties on Mr. Crlttendens plan.
tne spesker laid berore the Houae a letter signed by
tlclpatlon In the dellberatione of thelloute, In conae
quenceof the aeceasion of that State.
Mr. Howard or Michigan asxea leave to introduce a
resolution to give the aelect committee on the President's
special message leave to sit during the session of the
House, with leave to report from time to time, at their
discretion.
Mr. Winslow objected.
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Washington Items.
AVAaniMrrrnM. Jan. QO. WAililno-tsin ta nr.or mnra
free from exoiiement than It has been at any time since
bvbsiuu ui vuiigrvna uuinmenuvu, apprenenaiona oi
any disturbance attending tbe inauguration of President
Lincoln, exiat but to a limned extent. However to
guard againat posatble disturbance, ample means have
been taken to pteserve the public peace. With the prob
able action this week the secession movement will be re
tarded, as to southern States.
A company of sappers and marines from West Point,
lTfool"r m "
Last week a large number of Republican members of
Congress from New England, the middle States a. d the
yeti .united in a strong recommendation to Mr. Lin
ooln, to appoint Mr. Colfax, ot Indiana, as Postmaster
General.
failey connected with the abstraction of the Indian
bonds has been released from prison on ball to the amount
t50.0U0.He will appear before the special Committee.
'A he minority report irom the Committee of thirty
three, signed by Taylor of Louisiana, Phelps of Missouri,
Rusk of Arkansas, Whitley of Delaware, and Wlnalow of
North Carolina, embraces in substance the following:
The report says the present dltuoultles can only be
remedied by ameodmenla to the Conatitutlon. It sug
gests that the amendments proposed In tbe Crittenden
resolutions, if adopted, would restore tranquility to the
country, and place the Union on such a foundation that
could never be snaken.
These amendments, the report asserts, would not In
reality change the Constitution. They would only have
the elTect of rosterlng It, by the added provisions, to
what it was In point of fact on the day of its adoption;
a conatitutional majority cannot bo centered In
the support of the Crittenden leioluttons or the
substance of them, then a dissolution of tbeUnlon
inevitable. The report recommends that steps
taken for catling a convention of the States, with a
view fur peacable aeparation, by providing for a partition
the property of the United States, settling terms by
wnicn tne commercial intercourse between tbe separated
Statea ahall beoonducted, and making a permanent ar
rrngement.wlth respect to the navigation of the Missies
tppl river. The report gives what the signers ot it con
sider a full account of the rise and progress of the sla
very.agltallon, which has produced tbe extsUng difficul
ties.
Wasuinotor, Jan. 81. Senator Hunter has deter
mined to retire from the chairmanship of the oommlttee
Finance. lie will annouoe his withdrawal loafew
days.
There Is no doubt that Instructions have been lont to
the commander of the Gulf or Home sauadron, fora
speedy return of some of the vessels, on that station,
tneir pretence not Ming required there since the sue-
as oi tne ttioerai party in Mexico.
Numerous applications continue to be made bv Post
Masters In seceding Btilea, for supplies of pottage
Stamps.
Belore the orders are ulled, an amrmative respense Is
necessary tb the question, whether tbev do now and will
continue to hold themselves responsible to tbe Govern
ment, in conrormity to existing laws, ror all postal reve
nues received by tbem.
Tbe orders have been filled accordlne-lv. the Post
Masters following the example, of tht Charleston post
master; thus present postal communication wilh the
soutn continues uninterrupted.
Judre Ureenwoodatlll has the tender of lhe Mecratarv.
ship of the interior under consideration.
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New Jersey Legislature.
Trintoh, N. J., Jan. 19. The maiorttv of the lolnt
committee on National affairs reported a series of resolu
tions to tne senate, iuuy enaortlog the Crittenden reso
lutions, and instiuctingthe Senators of the Btate in Con-
Sress, and requesting lhe Representatives to support
lem They will be discus ted next week, and passed by
both Houses, no doubt. The oommlttee also call upon
uongrass to order a national uonventton in ease Urltten
aen's or anniiar measures are not speeatiy adopted.
Fort Kxarksv, Jan. 91. The 0. O. 0. Bxpress for
Bt. Joseph, passed here at 4 P. M, yesterday, wilh four
passengers and mails.
Srxviir City, Jan. 17. Telegrams received yester
day oreatea great excitement.
fames who returned yesterusy rrom nan juan prov
Ince, reported mines in that country a great humbug
A letter to tne same eireei win oe pubiisneu to ear
Bxoltement bad been totten up by traders In New
Mexioo, who bad more goods than they could Nil to the
inhabitants in the depressed condition or tne country.
The Hliwaukie mm, al uregory last week, in 3K days,
saved f i.bou rrom mammoum leaa quarts.
Ouvilaisd, Jan. 81. Tha fugitive girl, lacy, was
brought before the Probate Court this morning.
Judge Tllden ordered her to be discharged from the
custody of the BberuT. She wu taken In custody by tbe
United State Marshal, and removed to the United
Biacsa uourt, where she 1 now undergoing examination.
On the way to the United States Court, an unauooeaa
nl attempt at rescn waa made, llieoas wu postponed
St: Lobis, Jan. 81. The steamer Cora Anderson sank
at Bagle Bend, 40 miles above Vickeburg. She had 600
nogsheaus or sugar and a.uuu saekt of coffee In her hold,
Which win be lost. The boat was valued at 190,009
From the South.
BicHMoan, Jan. IB In the Senate the eonalderailon of
the report on Federal relations' tontemplatlng a Nation
al Convention was resumed. The second resolution in
the report was emended by appointing John Tyler, Win
u. itivee jonn w urecaennouaa, ueorae iv. eomrei
and James A. Scdon CommiHloners to Washington on
the eth of February, to meet the Commissioners from
other States. Tbe ntth resolution was amended by mod'
ifylni Mr. Crittenden's proposition so as to give addi'
lional protection and security to slave property. Tbe
sixth resolution Was amended by appointing John Tyler
Commissioner to wait ton the President of tbe United
8 la tee, and Judge John Boberlaonfa Commissioner to
Bouth Carolina and other aeoedlni: States, to reoueat
them to sbataln from hoatlle acts during the pendenor of
me proceedings. The report was then passed ayes iu,
Dn.vaa.
Mr. gedon then offered the following which waa adop'
ted:
Jittohtd. That the Intareila of Virginia are thoae of
ner Boudhern sisters, and no reconstruction or the union
can be permanent which will not aeeure to eaob section
self-protecting power again at any Invaaion of the Federal
union upon tne reserved rights or either.
The liouae then adjourned at an early hour.
Frankfort. Kv- Jan. in ThaLeitalaturethuafarhas
oeen occupied with miscellaneous matters having no spe
ciai Dcanngon national affairs.
Nasrviixi. Jan. 10. tha Houaa to day accented the
annate amendment to elect delegates on the 1'Jin or jreo-
ruary, to assemble In convention on the xow
MiutbotviLU. Gi.. Jan. 19 The Convention has
been in aecret aeitlon nearlv all dav.
Benj. Hill Introduced a aubatllute for the beneilt of all
the secession lets, hnt It wu iiihaenuentlv lost. He Toted
for the Ordinance, declaring aa ha did ao that aa Oeoieii
had declared for secession, he would share her fate for
weai or woe.
Judge Linton said that while he approved of the ordl
nance, he aaw no reason for Its adoption. Us therefore
would not vote for or sign It. '
a motion to postpone the operation or the ordinance
until the 31st of March, was lost by about 30 majority.
Alex. H. Bteohena and Harahel V Jnhjiaon are monff
iuubs who voteu agamat ice ordinance
A resolution waaadonted tn continue the DreaentnoB.
tail and reveuue svatem until It ahall bv ordered other.
wiae. Also to continue all lhe civil Federal officers,
The ordinance of aeceaiion waa ordered to be en
graved on parchment, and to be signed on Monday at
UVUH.
MlLMDBKVlIra. fl... Jan 10. .Tha nritlnnnna iti-nUrlnir
the secesalon of Georgia from the United Btatee, paucd
the Btate Convention at 3 o'cloik llila 1'. M., by seas
308, nays t9. ,
10 P. M Demonatrationa of annrohatlnn ara lutlnv
made here to-night In honor of the adoption of the ordi
nance of aeceaalon. including tha flrlnir nt nan nnn. Isstilrts
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Frrnseuia. Jan. 19. One hundred kcira Af nnBflar
uu c.uvu iuuuue oi anot ana sue 1 1 irom uie redegan
works, stichmond. left Ihis morning by a special train by
"eiueo ana Wilmington H. u , destined to Charles
iuir. 10 tne oruer oruov. flckens
CH&RLKSTON. Jan. ID. Lieut. Talbot arrival hara
last night With Kloomv tldioira. The Oorernor and tha
members of his cabinet were In consultation tbe greater
part of last night, on the Intelligence oommunlcated by
Lieut. Talbot. A white Oag came from Fort Bumpter
mi. UIUIU1UI, lUCIUUrCL Dl IE IB Ulf! MM Iht, Hnlllh
uaronnaoeaie erecting rortlBcatlons.
Mortoomirt, Ala., Jan. 19 The House passed to day
bill to provide against tha Invasion of the State In
sea. It makes pilots liable lo flue and Itnnrlinnman,
who bring veasele int the barbor.of Mobile, and author
ises toe commander or t ort Mora-an tn riaatrnv tha
nun uiarasat nia aiacretion.
biw Orleans. Jan. 10. Tha itMmn. att.tM
Penucola jeater lnv afternoon, reuorta tha turn vmrA in
poaaesaion of ,t)00 men, and that troops were arriving
The U. S. steam enn boat Wvamlnfta. waa ivin it..
...idiiia ui .iiv uaiiior rnmrnnn nil na vi n ir.t ua.
ens, having tbe families of the officers of the Fort on
board. She was out of coal and supplies, but waa not
permitted to enter the harbor. The opinion aeemed to
dividing aa to rnaistlng an attack on the fort by the
Florida troops.
Miutnon'iLLi, Oa. Jan. 21at TheO
imt,. Ih.(li.i. fl. . i . ... . .. a
uuYmiun, una morning, tne resolution
adopted by the Legislature of the Bute of Now York, on
.,, ,u.i. AUer me resolutions bsd been read. Mr
Toombs offered tha fnlinn ina'
Mitmvtfi, unanimously, asa response to the resolutions
the fLegialature of the Bute, of New York, that the
rt , , . n-
vuuvcmiun niffaiT annrovea nriha anarirall an.l
conduct of tbe Governor of Georgia in taking poaaesaion
Fort Pulaski, by the'Georgia troops; that thla Conven
tion request him to hold poaaesaion of said fort until the
relations of Georgia to the federal government shall be de
termined, and that a oopy of.thls resolutions be transmit-
u i uie uorernor or tne Plate or new York.
iiue resolution was adopted unanimously.
CHA.RLK3 TON. Jan. fil. Tha foiir i.MI... r..n r...
Sumter aa wltnesaes In a murder cam. nn BitnM.. ...
tempted to eacape by jumping put of tha Grand Jury 100m
window.
On leaving for Sumter th VM AlaMrl la aa
escorted by a fllo of State soldiers to the boat.
tiov. Pickeoa on Sunday sent a lot of fresh provisions
Major Anderson, with his compliments.
Major Anderson refused to accept them, bat returned
thanks for tho courteiv. aAvinv at tha .1...
-10UIk ,.T,?t?,dec"n0 accepting any thing, until he
knew what tbe Govermont at M.Mnt. int.j ...
order.
Kvery thing is quiet here this morning.
Five guns have been fired f jr the seeeedinv States.
The effect of thececcaiinn nin.nr.i. 1 . 1.
very happy, but no dcmonitratinn ha i.. ...
count of it.
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ST. Lon. Jan. Ql A anai-tal Ja....,.k ff. 0--t-
held, to the Repub can aaa that n,.n,o..m. trln.r.
arrived their Batoid.y night, and (sin conference with
Lincoln, and his object is supposed to be in refer
ence to a compromise of the national difficulties.
i ia roicirea mat tne Hepublicans wilh Lincoln's amo
tion, will propoae boldlnr a National nii..min...j .1..
reatoration of the old Misaonrl Liue to California.
BaLTIUORI. Jan. 21. A nrlvnla rio.n.lh ..... .1... ,u.
steamer Wm. Jenkins, of the Baltimore and Boston line,
sister ship to tbe Joseph Whitney, which waa chartered
i. n Durnsi navannan.
ramcBiars are not received; but it is understood that
burning was accidental.
ins nm. Jenkins went to Savannah ftom this port.
CAKBtcr, Jan. Sl.-The steamship Australian from
n ' ""rpuoi,paeseu nere on Sunday at 111 a.
The wind was blowlna- a va In frnm tha uiia...)
she was not boarded, '
Boston. Jan. 21. Clma. r.nw.n n n .......
aged 76 years.
-lbs Journal states that 6,000 standi ,of arms have
been sent South from Watertown .
Naw Yoa X.Jan. SI. Lola Montei dil In ihl.u.
Thursday last.
THE MARKETS.
FOR
NEW YORK, Jan. 21.
A811E3 steady and moderate demand: aalaa "0 l.hl.
pots $S .la for pesrls.
LOUR receipts are 11.076 bbla: market ha but
prices without important change; sales of 1 1,000 bbls at
VOS.1 24 for superfine aUte; 4 :,$S SO for extra
state; 5 i!(XS5 Si for superfine western! 85 4S5 Vj
common lo medium extra western; 5 7IKS5S0 In
ferior to goodshlppiog brands extra Round Hoop Ohio.
Canadian Flour quiet and enchanged; sales of 30(1 bbls
r. .tnrai7 on
HVR fLOUK steady. t3 40(34 !0. common lArbaioa
superfine.
WHHAT-recelpts 720 bush. Marketdull and In favor
buyers, without material chanue In nrlcaa lauiaa ou mm
30 Milwaukee Club; 1 Smi 37 Winter Red uw.rn
50 for white.
RTK-dull; sales 1.300 bush; 73075c.
HARLKY quiet slates 500 bush. State at' 08c.
COltN receipts C8.0U) buah. market haa iJ
sales 50.000 bush. U9370o mixed Western In store and
delivered.
OATS quiet at 3633?o for Wratem. rn.,u.
State.
PORK quiet and firm: small saleaat ia f.,f m. .
SIS 25 for prime.
BKKf steady, with moderate demand; sales of 900
bbls.
OUT MIATS qnlet aid steady.
LARD quiet and unchanged: salei of 50 Mil. at inur
10o. "
BUTTIR in fair request at 10 I5e fur Ohio, and 14
20o for State.
CllKKSB-steady at 910Ko.
WUISKY steady ana in fair demand: ,lnf 1 nnn
bblsatlBXc.
STOCKS actlvo and blither: monev and exehanm
withoul new features; Ch. St R. I.tW; III. 0. Soiipb7k;
St M. UK; 0. At P, 10X; 0. At T. S7tf , Reading 4D;
Oumb. 9; Harlem 16X; do preferred 42; M. 8. IB':; M.
preferred 33 ;N. Y.0.81l;M. 0. 01; Hud. 48V;
Mo. 8's70; Teuti. 70; Va. 77)j N. 0. BU; M. S. ltd
bonds 53;
J.
Was
State
the
100
vall's.
by
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, Jan., 29.
no animation, and sailers ara die-
posed to concede a little, as Rood Superfine euch as has
men nem at s,t ran oe naa at ft MKfljs.oo. The or
ders are mostly confined to small lots, and when filled,
of course, produce no effect on the market.
wheat comes in readily, and Is held In reserve.
Prices remain firm, as lut Quoted.
CORN sells more rapidly, and la ner buahel hUherla
asked. I he market Is maintained more by tho constant
demand for shipment, than by the demand for distilling.
OATS-ars lo per buahel lower, being now quoted at
yuo in puis
BARLEY and Rye are as last quoted.
WHISKY is steady, at 19Kc.
110US are taken oults tree I to-dav. aa an effect of
the food feeling in tho market for produot, the good
weather, and the lleht receipts- Prices are cut about
10c per cwt. higher, and IS 41X30 60 are now about tbe
and
oath,
liuv,
range oi me market. u. ipnt. January si.
lock
the
Cleveland Market.
January, 19.
W11KAT aalea B.BOO hlllh Nnrlh.rn TII. Bn.ln
95o from store. Holders of good red ask 1.09 without
sties reported. Last renorted aalea nt a 1.08.
CORN MEAL small sales at 90o for unbolted, and 95c
per cwt for bolted.
DRESSED HOOB-taleSO head, averaging ?50 lbs at
nv. uwu mMypij op me marset.
BAttLKx sales 100 buab at 00c.
, MK8oPORK-ele30Ubblaatai5,5.
LARD sale 50 bbleatOtfo.
HIQHW1NES quiet at 1515Wo.
HAMS sale 1,000 ehotoeclty at 93fc.
OUlOKENS-tale 300 lbs atXo.
B
Philadelphia Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 21.
. RaaADSTUrrw-generally firm. F tooa firm, sales
1,000 bbls at Si,soio,ott ror eupertlno. vi bbat firm,
tales 40,000 bush red at 11,3091,39, Corns firm, sales
S.000 bush at 7178o, new 6485o. Corm-Rlo 1S
Uitfo. Posi mesaeis. wsnsiv BrmatlSc.
NEW good s
FOR THE
CHEAPER THAN EVER!
UNCURHENT MONEY
TAKEN AT TUG IIIOUK8T HaTKS
Broche and Wool.
CLOAKS
Of Every Description.
CLOTHS,
t
CASSIMERES, and
VESTINGS.
DlRESS GOODS,
Beautiful Styles.
ladies andgent's
WRAPPERS AND DRAWERS.
Hosiery and Gloves.
VELVET RIBBONS,
All Widlbar I
i
m fcxoic3lorioef
Fancy Woolen Goods.
KNAPP & CO.,
NO.' 119
SOUTH HIGH STREET.
t22-2awd-i4tw-6m
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
NEWARK OniO,
ITInnufaclurera of all kind of Por
table and Mtatlonary Meant En
gines, Maw Mllla, Uriat rtlllla,
cVCt VC
LAST A BODtETBtatmt B. ot F. BLASDY BeaienJ
tj. U. DVVALL Btatmllt COLVJfBCS
if A OHIXK CO. Btaten I! II BRADfORD
6 CO. BtaUnlllU
Oar Portable Engine and Saw Mill
awarded the first premium ot 150 at the Indiana
Fair for 1-60 over Lane fcBodley'i on account of
lightness, simplioity, economy of fuel
and superior character of lumber aasred-
Our Stationary Engine was awarded at tEa same Fair
first premium of t'iW.
uur rortanit aingine was awaruea tne nrat premium oi
at the Fair at Memphis. Tenn., over Blandv's Uu-
Columbus Machine Go's., and Bradford It Co's.,
a committee of practical Railroad SnglDeers. -
For price and terms aaarese
WlLbARD WARNER, Treasurer,
deoSd Jtwljeois. Newark, Ohio.
PBICIB BIPITCID
Irom ths New York Observer. 1
all parties manufacturing Bewina Machines are ob'
Uiedlouey Mr. Howe a license on each machine sold,
are a so compelled to make returns to bla, under
aa to the number sold, his books give a correct state
ment, rrom this reliable touroe we nave obtained the
following statistics. Of tha machines made ia tbe year
mere were sold,
By Wheeler At Wilson Bl.303 .
I. M.BlngerfcCo.. 10.053
Grover Baker 10,880
Bhowloa the sales of Wheeler It Wilson to be dovbU
those of any other Company."
Awarded the highest premiums at the
United Slates Fairs of 1838, Ioj8 and 1SG0;
also at the
Ohio Btate Fairs of 1M9 and 1860;
and at nearly all tbe County Fairs In the Btate.
Our nrlees. at lhe lata reduction, are at low at any
Ktich machine now sold, and but a tilde higher than
Interior two lArtaa cMtn trie mucAftMS, now
upon the market.
Tha WHBKLKR fc WILSON MAOHINB makes the
Lock Btich the only one which cannot be raveled. It
Alius on Both Bins of the goods, leaving fto rldg or
All maoAtnes varramea J years, ana tnsmtrno
Riven In their use, free of ebarae.
TT 111 I HIT fi, TT,. I .
n. uaaai,i uiau ai., vuiuioubb, v.
WM. BUMNKR CO.,
d3-2awd2tn Jt wdm Pike's Opera House. Cincinnati.
ROUP AY PRESENTS.
ALRXANDR'S KIO OLOTKS.
HUNT IiAUH-UUIilWtHB. ,
TALRNOIBNNBB COLLARS It 8LXBTS8.
BUB'D HTJBLIN do do
" LINEN do do
ZOUAVI B030H8 do
PIN1 APPLH BANSKIROBIirS, CULT BE LIT.
1MBROIDKRBB . do rjAlRNkfls)
MOURNING! do DBIA.
. HBMHED. STITCHED, do H00B9.
QRINIDIN1 LAOS VIII.8 BLKRVE9-
LA01 COIIrUBJCB tt BABBJtS, COR8118
For tale by PETER BAIN,
decSl. lfo. 89, Bouth Ulgjk aHrett.
Mi
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and
the
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JAyer'sSarsaparilla
A compound remndy, designed to In the most
effectual Allerativt thut rati ho made. It ia
a concentrated extract of Para fiarxaparilla,
so combined with other nuMmices of still
greater altera va' potter n to afford an etfee.
live ontidnto for tho diseasea Karsaparilla ia
reputed to cure. It is believed that aurh a
remedy ia wanted by thoae who suffer from
Strumoua complaints, and that ono -whitl) will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
service to this large class of our afflicted fel low
citizens, How completely thU compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on siany
of tho worst cases to be found of the following
(complaints :
fteuoFi'iA and Scrofulous Complaints,
EUVPTIOKS AND EltUPTIVP. DlHKASP.S, UlCRUS,
Fiupr.Es, Blotches, Tumoks, Salt Kiii-um,
8CALB UliAU, SVPHILU AND SvPltlLlTIU Av
FECTIONB, MIlCUftIAL DlSP,ASI!, DltOPST, Nuf-
ualoia ou '1'ic Douloureux, Df.iiilitv, Dys
pepsia and Indigestion, Euysiprlaa, Hosp.
or St. ANTUONv'a Fihe, and indeed tho whole
class of complaints arising from Imim uity of
THE 11L00D.
This compound will be found n creat pro.
tnoter of health, when taken in the spring, to
expel tne ioui humors wiut-ii tester in tlio
blood at that season of the year. I y the time
ly expulsion of them many mukling disorders
are nipped in tho bud. Multitudes can, try
tho aid or tins remedy, spare themselves trom
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through which the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this througli the natural chiiniieU of the body
by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out tho
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
imrsting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
ir sores ; dentins it when you tiud it is ob-
istructed and sluggish in the veins ; cluanxg it
Witenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is celt, pcopio enjoy better health, nnd live
longer, for cleansing tho blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
fiabulum of lifo disordered, there can be no
asking health. Sooner or Inter something
murt co wroiiff, and tho creat maehinerv of
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world lias been egrogiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
olonp has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to bo conccntrntod extracts of it,
contain hut littlo of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else.
Isuring late years the public liavo been mis
led by largo bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsapnrillu for one dollar. iiot
of these liave been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sar.supa
arilhi, but often no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, hitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts of
Saroirpdrilht which Hood tho market, until the
name itself is justly despised, mid lins become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we call this compound Savsnparilla, and intend
to mipply such n remedy as shall rescue the
name from the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And wo think wo have ground for
lielieving it has virtues which are irresistiMc
by tho ordinary run of the diseases it is intend
ed to cure. In order to secure' their complete
eradication from the system, tha remedy should
bo judiciously taken accordins to directions on
the bottle.
rnci'AREu u v
iin. jr. C. AVER & CO.
LOWELL, MASS.
Price, fl por Bottle i Six Bottles for 93.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
hta sron for itself auch a renown for tlio cure nf
very variety of Tiiront nnd Lung Complaint, llmt
it is entirely unnecessary for us u recount Hie
evidcace of its virtues, wherever it Iijs been cm-
ployed. As it lias long liceri 111 constant uc
throughout this section, wc need not do more than
assure the people its duality ia kept up tn tho best
it ever has been, anu that it rnny lie rolieil on to
Jo for their relief oil it has over been f yni'.l to do.
Ayer'S Cathartic Pills,
FOB TE3 CURE OP
CoSlivniest, Jaundice, htsippxia. Indigestion,
Dytenleiij, Foul Stomach, lU iijtelas, llcadttriit.
Piles, Rheumatism, Eruptions and SM11 Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Drops;, Tetter, Tumors aM
Salt lihenm, 1 Ifm-mf, limit, Xeuralnia, us ,1
Dinner Pill, and for Purifiiw the llltiod.
They nre sugar-eonteil, so Unit tlio most sensi
tivo can take them ph-asnutly, nnd they nre the
best aperient in lhe world fur nil the purposes of a
family physic.
Prioe 25 oents per Box ; Pivo boxes for $1.00.
.Great numbers uf Clrrn vnien, Pli vsirimis. Stales
men, and eminent personages, lmve lent their
stain to certify tho unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, hut our space hero will not permit the
inacrtiuu 01 mom. 1 lie Agents In low iiaini'it Tur
nish pratisnur Ameuipav Ai.m.w u in which they
are given ; with also full descriptions of the nlmve
sxnnplainUf,;ind the treatment that should he fol.
lowed for their cure.
Do not bepiit off hy unprincipled dealers wilh
other preparations thev make more profit nn.
Demand Avail's, and take no others. The sick
Want the best aid th.yeisfor them, and.thev should
have it.
All our remedies tire t-r sale by
ROBKRJ8 tt. BAMUBl, Colucsbas.
bv Druinrlau and Dealers strvwhera.
aov9: lyd.twAta,
JAB. M. M'KEI.
WU.a.BKSTIBAUZ.
M'KEE & RESTIEAUX,
G-ROCERS
AND
PRODUCE
DEALERS,
Nss. 34 Nortb II iff b Street,
Columbus, onio,
HAVE ON HAND AT AT DOLES ATE
and BeUll, YINKDT BTAi'LB GKOCBRIK8,
vlouh, salt, txa, oocfkh, buoar, tobacco,
ARB, Kto , Etc. Our Stock baa besn purchased In
Kastero Cities during ths Panic,
pon oasq:,
our main endeavor will be to offer Inducements to
CASH BUYERS which are not cxceled by any House in
Oity. ' de9
WM. KNADE & CO.,
AT THF.IK NEW M'LF.H-i.
ROOM, SO. 150 BALTIMORE aT-flTtkA
NOB. l,S,Sand?N. XUTAW BTEEtT
Otter for salt their celebrated
GOLDEN MEDAL,
GRAND
AND SQARE
PIANO-FORTES.
Being highly recommended by the first Professors and
Vusieai Atnatsarsol the country, and
KVKRY
INBTRUMKNT
WARRANTED FOR
FIVE TEARS
The Boat fastidious customer nay rely open being
tessea in every respect.
Terms liberal. WM . KNABK at 00.
BBLTERR h WIB8TIR, Agents,
ct96;lydw. Columbus, Ohio
Baltimore Clothing House.
.11 MOQ cfe IQXjTraC,
suwrACTbasBi alio wholbsali dialxxj hi
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
No. 308 W, Baltimore-street,
(arrwira libirtt ahd Howard,)
BALTimoRE, Hid
Urg Aasortmaot ol Plaea tad Furntiairig
Good! Constantly on Hud
vcnnwiy
GUERNSEY'S BALM
REKIOrER AND PHBVCNTS IN
OammatloB and twin, and heals the wont bam.
scatd, bruise, cut, or fresh around of any kind, prevenU
swelling and pain from bee slings, mosquito bites, and
poisonous plants, neuralgia, rneusaansm, ague in toe
breast, salt rheaim, etc. When taken Internally, it will
positively care oroup In children, and gives tsasaediate
relief In the worst ease of this terrible eomplatati also,
restores boaneaeaa and sore throat. Prioe, 96 cents a
bottle. Should be tn every house. lor sale by Drug.
ltas saa Btoraseepars. mviMBTUNW,
Bole Proprietor, Ho. 1 Sprue et.. Mew York
cMttdfcwIyw
Oolong Tea,
A 40 CENTS PER POVN D, AT
McKEl RESTIEAUX,
asp? 4N High st asst.
8.
8
of
in
for
llfy
of
irv,
NY,
has
as
has
ia
the
filed
of,
the
the
for
fire
fall-powered
QIZJX TEMENT
01 jai OOBDITIOlf 01 TBI
City Fire ' fnsnrance Company,
OP HARTFORD,
y.M nraaax a sat niV a?F DECEMBER
J IdOO, made to lbs Auditor of Ohio, pursuant to tha
guttata of ttis BUlo, SDUUM "An s" "uiaw man-
raoos Comjianlea. nut incorporated by U Htste cf Ublo,
passed April , 1856. ,
- NAM! AND LOOALITIIS.
1st
The nam of the Coattuv ls"0lty Firs Insurasca
Companr cf Hartford Afid is looatea i unworn
Uonneciicot.
I. CAPITAL.
Tbo amount of Its Capital Btook Is.. tarA OoO
M.
4tb.
Tho amount of its Capital Btook paid up is l IKIO
II A8BITB.
1. Cuh of the Company on band
nd tn Bank 31 0.1; H
3. Caah In ths handsof and dua
from Agents or in Transit 121,143 03 52,-ll 17
a. Heal Ksute luninoumtwrea nono
i. The Honda and stocks owned by
tho Company aa per vouch
ers iceompanylng hoar to
cured, and lbs rata of In
terest thereon, to wit:...,
No. Pharos
1(10 Park Back Block N.T
ParVal. Market Val
10,000 00 910.700 00
loo
1IHI
100
AO
100
100
luo
so
&
100
100
1114
loo
50
M K
Vi
110
ISO
SO
Continental ' "
Metropolitan " "
Importers At Traders"
IU OOO UO W.lillO ou
10,000 110 10,700 00
10,000 00 10 500 00
Bank of Republic "
" 5,000 00 5,5110 00
" lo.ouo 00 10,000 00
" 10.100 00 lO.iOO 00
Market Bank
Shoe it Leather
Merchants Bank
Bank of Oimmence
Hide It Leatber
Safety Fund
3.0UU 00 5.100 00
B ston 5,0UO 00 i.liu to
' AJiW 00 6.500 00
" 111,000 00 10,000 00
Kavera
Mercantile Bank
Charter Oak
10,000 00 io,ano 00
Darlford 10,400 00 10,088 00
10,000 00 10 600 00
" 5,000 00 5,OT0 00
' 3,000 00 5.430 00
PhcSDlx "
Alua
Merch'ts It Manufts "
City Bank Btock "
Bank of Hartford Co. "
Kxchange "
Union Bank Btock Altapy
5.000 00 5,000 (JO
8.500 00 8,875 00
5.500 ao 5 500 no
7,300 00 7 tWl OU
5,000 10 S,it ou
Bonds
10
10
10
Brouklin Gilt Water Bocda
1,000 each 10,000 00 10,000 00
Hartford Uitv Bonds Bl.tlOO
eaob 11 0(0 00 11,330 UI
Indiana Central K. K.
Bonds OrOOO each 10,000 00 10 000 00
Certiorate of Ohio Btate
Block 5 000 00 5,000 00
Hartford It N Haven R. R.
Bonds 4,000 00 4 060 00
Total Bonds and Blocks Mar
ket Value 30IC3 00
Debts due tbe Company, secur
ed by morgsye, on unincum
bered Real Estate, .aa oar
vouchers accompanying .. 21,116 UO
Debts otherwise secured, aa per
vouchers accompanying vis:
Total amount loaned on
Collaterals 57,041 00
Accrued Intereat payable'Jan.
uary 1, 1861 (2.058 42
Debts for premiums none....
Office Furnltuie It Library... 1.128 37
3,160 79
Total assets of tbe Company...
$335 022 06
111. LIABILITIES.
3th. The anountof liakilitiea;due
ornotdue, to Banks and oih
er creditors none
6th. Loasesadjuated and due. none
7ih. Loasesadjuated and not due 2,3i0 29
lb. Lotsea unadjusted and....
Oih. Lotsea in tuapenae, waiting
for further proof includinc
2 200realated 34,610 00
All other claims against
tbe Company none
10th.
Total liabilities
36.919 20
IT MISCELLANEOUS.
11th. The greatest amount Insured In any
one raiic tne rules 01 tne uompany lim
its to
10,0CO 00
K'tb. The greatest amount allowed by the
rules to be insured in any one city,
town or village, varies all owing to
tbe size and class of nronertv
13th. The greatest amount allowed to bo
inaured in any or-e block varies as
In the Drececdins
14th. Tbe amount of ita capital or earnings deposited
in ana ower s:ate. at seenntv lor losaea mere-
in. naming them, with the amount in each, and
whether auch company transacts any business
01 insurance in sain niatea or Htatea. nnni
15th. The Charter, or act of Incorpoiatlon of laid Com
pany is tne same as neretoijre Bled.
Stats or CoMdicrtecT, (
uountyoi tiartiora. )
C. B. Bo wins. President, and 0. 0. Waits. Becre
taryof the City lire Insurance Company, being aeverally
awuro, aepoae ana say, mat tne roregoing la a mil, true
and correct statement of the alalia of the said Conmanv
urn uie aa a insurance uompany ia tne nona naeown
ervf at least ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS
actual caah capital Invested in Stocks and Bonda. or
aiongageeon neai estate, worm aoubie tbe amount
whioh the tame is mortgaged; that the above described
investments, nor snv nart thereof, are made for tha ten
er any individual exercising authority in tbe man
agement of said Company, either as President. Secretary.
Treasurer, Director, orotherwiae; that the mortgagee
auoio aeacnueu nave not oeen aaaigned, nor In any man
ner released or impaired by said Company; and that they
r me auvve oescrioea omcersor eaid Insurance Com
pany. 0. B. BOWERS, Preaideut.
0. 0. WAITB, Secretary.
Bubscrllied and sworn before me. this 7th Hvnf Jan-
nary, 1861. B. DODD,
li- s. Notary Public,
Orrica or tbu AooiToa or Btati.)
Oolumbua.O., January 14. 1661.)
I. Robert W. Taller. Auditor of State, do herehv cer
that tbe foresoins: is a correct ecnv ot the atatement
condition of the City Fire Insurance Company of
iiaruora, vonnecucui, mtae to Ibis olbce fur the year
aua now on nie nerein.
Witness my hand ami aeal officially.
L. 8. K. W. TAYLER,
Auditorof Btate.
ByO. CoLi.Chiaf Clerk.
Certltlcate of Autberity.
(To expire on the 31st day of January, 1862.)
Auditor or Btati' a Orrici, )
IlSSOaANCI DlTAaTMUT
Columbus, Ohio, January 14, Ibdi. 1
Whkreas, The CITY FIRE INSURANGB flOMPA.
located at Uartford, in tbe Btate of Connecticut,
lied In this office a sworn statement of Its condition,
required by the first section of the act ' To regulate
Insurance Companies not Incorporated by the State of
Ohio," pasted April 8, 1856; and Whirxas, said company
furnished the undersigned satisfactory evidence that it
poaseaaed of at least one hundred thousand dollars of
actual capital invested in stocks, or in bonds, or In mort
gagee 01 real eatate, worth double the amount for which
same ia mortgaged; and, Wuekkas, said company has
in this office a written Instrument under its corpo
rative seat, signed bv the President and Secretarc there.
authorising aoy agent or agents of said company in
State, to acknowledge service of process, for snd lo
behalf of said company, consenting that such service of
process shall he taken and held to be aa valid as if served
upon lhe oompany, according to the laws of this or any
other Bute, and waiving all claim or right of error, bv
reason of such acknowledgment of service.
now, tnererore, in pursuance or the first section of
aforesaid act, I. Robert W. Tavler. Auditor of State
the Btate of Ohio, do hereby certify that said City
Insurance Company of Hartford, Connecticut, la
authorized to transact the business of Fin and Marine
Insurance in this Bute uutil tbe Ibirtv-fiiat djii of Jan
uary, in the year one thousand eight hundred and sixty
'O.
In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto subscribed mt
. name and caused the seal of mi office to be
amxea uie usy ana year above written.
R. W. TAYLER,
Auditor of Bute;
ByO. Cot, Chief Clerk.
J. H. WHEELER; Agent,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
No. 81s Sontk High Street.
JanlSdlw
CANADIAN & UNITED STATES MAIL
STEAMERS
TO AN1 FKOItl
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
and
The Montreal Ocean Steamship Company's first class
Clyde-built Steamers sail every Mat
uraay from PORTLAND, carrying the Canadian and
united oiaiee aiau ana passengers,
NOVA800TIAN Cant. HcMssters.
BOHEMIAN Oapt. Orange,
NORTB BRITON Oapt. Borland, '
CANADIAN Capt. Graham,
NORTH AMERIOAN. . Cant. Alton,
' ANGLO-SAXON Capt. Balanites,
HIBERNIAN, .
NORWEGIAN,
Shortest, Cheapest andQalckcatCon
veyatiue irvui
AMERICA TO All FAST 8 OF EUROPE.
will sail from LIVIRPOOL erery TsedaesdsiT.
and from QURBBO every Saturday , calling at
LONDONDKKKi, 10 receive on board and land Mails and
Paascorers, to ana rrom Ireland and Scotland.
Mlaecow passengera are furnished with ran oasssee
tfcitets so sua iron sjonaonuerry.
Return tickets granted at reduced rates.
An experienced Surgeon attached to each steamer.
Certificates Issued for carrying to and brlnaina- out jab
sengers from all the principal town of Great Brilaia and
treiana, at reaucea rates, cytnis line or steamers, and
by the WASHINGTON LIN1 OF SAILING PAOKBTS,
leaving uverpooi every weea.
ror passage, apply at tne oraoe B3 hkiisii.
WAY, New Vork, and 10 WaTEH ST.,
glTerpoei,
BABEL k 8EABIX, General igenu,
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONG,
aolO-Iyditw Statesman Office, Oolumbus, Ohio
THB CREDITORS VF rHIElP IfllEe
L.A . are hereby notified that a d. fldend of SS K
per cent has been ordered to be mader by the Probate
bourt. of Franklin county. Ohio, and that on MONDAY
the 14th day of January, 1801, at B o'clock a. at., at the
office of Warden da Dressel, ln the City of Oolumbus,
Ohio, said dividend will be paid to tbe creditors entitled
thereto. .sass aiLiiii,
Columbus, 0., Isn. 11 ;3td. Assignee
Dr. J. H. McIaEANT'a
SCrengthening Cordial and Blood
TOr.W.rtH.rt,T;, w
ainu A 1MI
HOST SELICIOITS
DElViaHTPUL
UUKDIAL
EVER TAREN.
IT IB STRICT,
ly a soientlno and
Vegetable Compound,
procured by the distil
lation of Roots, Herbs
and Barks, Yellow
Dock, Blood Root,
Sarsaparilla, W I 1 d
vnsrry vark and Dan-,
delion enters into its!
Before Takln&Tti,,- ZZSiUln Taklni.
principle of each Ingredient la
ar new method of dlaUlllng, producing a delicious, ei
hlieratlng spirit, and ths most INPALLIBLB remedy for
renovatlni the diseased system, and .J?', 1'
""va&TIL debl"Utri I"mi' HEALTH and
ncLEArV'S STUBNOTnENINO
(JOR,
OIAI.
Will effectuaJlf cure
LITER COMPLAINT. DTBPEP8IA. JAmininw
Chronic or Kervous Debllitv. DUeaaea of ih o-m, .
and all diseases arising from a disordered Liver or 8 torn
soh, Dyspepsia, Deartburn, Inward Piles. Acidltv or Blck-
icsa of the Btomach, Pallness of Blood to the Head, Dull
ala or swimming in the head. Palpitation of tha Heart,
rullnees or Weight In tha Htnmanh nuu..i...7
Ohoktog or suffocating feeling when lying down. Drrneas
or Yellowneet of the Skin and Byes. Might Bwealaf In
P,ln ln sssall of the bank, chest er side.
Sudden Flushes of Beat, Depression of Spirits, Frightful
Dreams, Languor, Despondency or any Nervous Disease,
OhnVZud F.)n Utt' n ,,w Atn (or
Over a million of Bouisisi
Have been sold durinc the laat al mnh. i.
stance has it failed In giving entire satisfaction. Who.
rlS?V.wiu-Jl"rer,rom Weakoess or Debility when kio
LBAN'8 8TRENOT11BNINO CORDIAL will "uTe youl
No Isnaruaee can eonvev an a.!r,i,.i 1,1. Ar 1
dlale andalmoat mlraculoua change produced by taking
this Cordial in Uie diseased, debilitated and shattered
nervous system, whether broken down hy eipaaa. . ...
nature, or impaired by sickness, the relaxed and unstrung
organization is restored to lu pristine health sod flgot.
RIAHRIEJD PERSONS,
Or others conscious of inability, from whatever cause,
will find McLean a Strengthening; Cordial a thorough
regenerator of tbe system; and all who may have Injured
themselves by Improper Indulgences, will find in the Cor
dial a certain snd speedy remedy.
To (be Ladlea,
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
Is a sovereign and speedy cure for
INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, WHITES
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontinence of
urine or inyoiuniary visenarge uiereof, railing of the
Wonib, Giddiness, Fainting and all Diseases Incident to
Females.
Tnart la no Histaka About it.
Buffer no lonirer. Take it according tn niraniina. 1,
will stimulate, atrengtben and invigorate you and cause
uib uioomoi neaun to mount your cheek attain.
very Dottle Is warranted to give eatiaiauuon.
FOR CHILDREN.
If your children are sickly. snnT.orafHii.tai1. Mf.n'
Cordial will make tbem heallhy, fat and robust. Delay
nt a moment, try it, and you will be convinced.
T IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
OaOTIOM. Beware Of Drilffvtata n, riaalM ah. Mo
tor to palm npon you some Bitter or BarsaDarilla tnuh
which they can buy cheap, bysayint it is Just as good
Avoid such men. Ask tor McLean's Strengthening Cor
dial, and take nothing else It is the only remedy that
wiu puniy tne ciooa inoroughly and at the same time
strengthen the system.
One tablespoonful taken every morning fasting. Is a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chills and Fever, Yellow
Fever, or any prevalent diseases. It is put up In large
bottles.
Price only 1 per bottle, or fi bottles for $5.
. J. H. M'.LBAN,
Bole Proprietor of this Cordial,
Also McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
Principal Depot on the corner of Third and Pine streets,
Bt. Louis, Mo.
MsLcan's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
Tbe best Liniment ln the World. The only safe and
certain cure for Cancers, Piles, Swellings and Bron
chitls, or floltre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weakness of the
Muscles, Vnronic or Inflammatonr Rheumatism, Stiff
ness of the joints, contracted Muscles or Ligaments
Earache or Toothache, Bruises, Sprains, Wounds, Fresh
wit, soyer Dores, uatea Breasts Bore Nipples,
Burns, Bcalds, Bore Thoat, or any Inflammation or fain,
no difference how severe, or ho long the disease may
v&u.cvi. ucA.ean s ucieDrated Liniment la
Cc
vmm remeuy.
Thousands of human beings have been saved a life ol
decrepitude and misery by the use of this invaluable med
cine.
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
LINIMENT
Will relieve pain almost Instantaneously, and it wil
cleanse, purify and heal the foulest sores in an inert.1!
ly abort time.
For Horaea and Otber Anlmala.
McLeaS a Celebrated T.tnbnant la ha nnl. ..f. mv.A
liable remedy for the core of fina.in. utnv Rnn, wia.
(lis, Splints, Unnatural Bumps. Nodes or Swellings. It
will never fall to cure Big Head, Poll BvU, Fistula, Old
running Bores or Sweeny, If properly applied. For
Durains, Bruises, scratches, Bores or Wounds, Cracked
Heels, Chiles, Saddle or Collar Galls It Is an Infallible
remedy. Apply it as directed, and a curs la certain iu
every Instance.
Then trifle no longer with ths many worthless Llnl
men Is offered to you. Obtain a supply of Dr. McLeans
celebrated Liniment. It will cure you.
J. H. McLEAN, Sole Proprietor,
Corner of Third and Pint Streets, Bt. Louis, Mv
For sale by all druggists.
Foraale by ROBIRTB BAMUBL,
augW-diwlj Columella, Ohlu
MRS, WINSLOW,
An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, preset is
to tbe attention of mothers, her
SOOTHING S YRUP.
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by toft
sning the gums, reducing all inflammation wil I allay
ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and ia
8CHE TOHEUCLATE THE BOW EES.
Depend upon It. mothers. It will rltimiin nt...
and
BELIEF ARD HEALTH TO TOUB IB7AN1S.
We have put up and sold thla article for over ten years,
and CAN SAY, IN CONFIDENCE AN'D TRUTH, of it
....... t u.tci urxn buig 10 say or any otner meat
C.'NSXER HA8 " 'AILED, IN A SINGLE INST
ANCE, TO EFFECT A CURB, when timely used. Nev
er did we know an Instance of dlseaUafacilon by any one
who used it. On the contrary, all are delighted with its
operations, and speak in terms of commendation of its
magical effects and medical virtues. We speak In this
matter "WHAT WB DO KNOW;' after ten yeara' rape
rlenoe, AND PLEDGE OUR REPUTATION FOB TUB
FULILLMBNT OF WHAT WB HERE DECLARE, lu
slmost every int.nce where the infant Is auflerlng from
pain and exhauation, relief will be found In fifteen or
twenty minutes after theSyrup is administered.
This valuable preparation la ths prescription of one of
the most EXPERIENCED and BKlLLFlfL NUEsKttia
ing Success ?d hM bHD ttKi w"h Werail-
T1IOUSAND8 Or CASES. -'
Itnotonly relievee the child from pain, wit Invigor
ates tbe stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and gives
tone and energy to the whole system. It will almost In
stantly rellavo
GRlPilO IM THE BOWELS, AID WIN J COLIC
and overcome convulsions, Which, if not speedily reme
died, end in death. We believe it the BEST and BUR.
EST RBMEDT IN THE WORLD, In all oases ofliya.
BNTERT and DIARBlilEA IN CHILD REM, whether
It arises from teething, or from any other cause. We
would ssy to erery mother who hta a child suffering from
any of Uis foiegolog oomplsints DO NOT LET Yrinn
PHKJUDIOEB NOR TUB PREJUDICESOFOTilllRa
stsnd between you and lour sulTeriuf chll.l ,u.
lief that will be SURE tes. AH80LIITl.v anm '
follow the use of thlsmedklne. if timele oAad. ..u
rev-Uons for using will accompany each bottle. None
Senuioa-unless the fac simile of CURTIS k PBRRINa
lew York, Is on the outside wrapper.
Bold by all Druggists throughout the world. ' '
Principal Office, 13 Cedar Street N.Y.
rKIUciUNLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE
ooUt7taiwly. '
E. M. WILLIAMS & CO..
Front Street, Between State and Town.
THE OLD CARRIAGE
SHOP k, still ronnlng, and although
" pr rus naa set nsayi ly
anon her running gears, aha la aim nm.-"
rgoutuiose spisuiiia FllTONS. BOO KA WATS, and
PKINC I ALBERT'S SIHrTINO TOPS and NO-TOP
BUGGIES, CARRIAGB9, BXPREBS. BKILRmli
DB HOC It AT and GROCErtf WAGONS, SMALL OMNI.
BUBES and HACKS. Twa.t. .-.7i.
taring has gtee car work a wlde-sperad renaiailon
tnrougn tne twuta and West.
We therefore deem It unnecessary to say any thing mere
In regard to the quality af our work. We VAaa.irr
$I8STto fm!' ' W" Cn e0OB Tor BDM"n 'run '
Dealers can be furnished with any amoual of work at
short nolioe. and at prices lower than can be bought any
where la tbe Weat. Second band Buggies takea ia e
change for newwi.rk. . .
Kj Repairing done neatly and at short notice Fee
tory on Front, between state and Town streets, Colum
bus, Ohio. .. m
lD'AII eommtuiteaUans will receive prompt attention. '
Auk. 31-wly . , X. H. WILLIAMS At CO
a i,bxaiituas sail tiLvvAs.
. All sisej and colors Just opened at
BAIMB.
deo.ll.
v rut a
No. l Sooth nigh street

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