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WEDNESDAY EVENINO,. JAN. 33, 1801.
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RlPJIT OF THE PalllDINT OF THE
Fihali BtMtvji.iNT Socirrr for the yiaa
indino January, a, 1861. We have now closed
our labor for the year iouu, euu onr Deans are
made sad when we call to mind the many de
mand for help from the poor whom wo were
compelled lo send empty away, uoi Demg able
to anpply their want in consequence of the low
etate of the fundi lo the Treasury
As usual, (luring the warm season, our meet
ings were discontinued from the month of June
up to tho month of October; yet, with a desire
to do what they could, our vlBitore continued
their labors during tho Bummer, distributing the
lee? doll ira collected from members who have
not paid In their annual subscriptions, ana irom
new members, and thus give relief as best tbey
Oa tho sixth of October our meetings were
resumed, with a sad prospect before us an
einntt TrAnrT but at this time wo wore oheer
ed and encouraged, by contributions from tbe
first and Second Presbyterian Churches snd the
First Bintist Cburoh. , vve were mug enaoiea
to meet tbe calls then made upon tbe sooioty
nd for these timely contributions, we tender
our heartfelt thanks. We trust that tbe bene?
olenoe and liberality of the Sister Churches will
lead them to do likewise, remembering 'llhat
ha who slvcth to the noor lendsth to the Lord,',
and, "inasmuch as ye' do it unto the loast of
these doit tinto me " '
Mrs. Wm. NEIL, President.
The Treasurer of the Bacioty presents tbe
following statement or receipts and cxpenill
lures during tbe year 1800:
Annual tuheoriptlons from Members...
Vosalion from Uantlcman
. J. II. Swan
" ' " W. R. Id
' " ' 'W. U. llulnrd
. " Mrs. W. U. llubbard..
' Two young ladles
Intension bonds. .
Collection from High Street Methodist Church
" Congregational Church.....
First Presbyterian Ohnrch..
. ' Second " "
" First Uaptltt Churrh
HIS 31 i
..f 115 OS
.. M 00
.. . s m
.. . 5 00
.. S 00
..' 58 00
. 10 60
1 65 (HI
. A3 01)
. 59 on
. 31 i:i
. 13 oo
. as so
. IB oo
. 10 50
. 8 OO
. IS 00
. 27 SO
November. . .
Mrs. E. D. KINGSLEY, Treasurer.
The OtHuers of tbe Society for the ensuing
year are as follows: Prtident Mrs. Wm.
Nell; Vut PrttiJmt-Mra D. A. Randall;
Ttaturtr Mrs. W. IM.Awl; Siertiary Mrs.
H. 8. Fljnt
BOARD OF VISITORS FOR 1861.
NORTH WARD—ALL NORTH OF BROAD STREET.
Mrs. J N. Champion, Mrs Alfred Kelliy.
. Mrs. Willard Knight, Mrs. William Nei',
Mrs. A. Chittenden, Mrs. F. Collins.
MIDDLE WARD—FROM BROAD TO RICH STRE. T.
Mrs. Joel Battles, Mrs. J F. Bartlet,
Mrs J W. Andrews, M'S.J S Hall,
Mrs Edmiston, Mrr.Il. Norton. -
SOUTH WARD—ALL SOUTH OF RICH STREET.
Mrs. Cyrus Fay, Mrs. D. A. Randall,
Mrs. W. E. Ide, Mrs. C. N. Olds,
Mrs. Dwight Stene, Mrs. P. T. Snowden,
Mrs. Johu Butler, Mrs. E. D. Kingsly,
FOR THE OUTSKIRTS OF THE CITY.
Miss Anna Robinson, Mrs. N. H. Swayne,
Clergymen and PbyeioUna are requested to
preserve tbe above list of Visitors for the differ
eot Wards of the city, that tbey may be able to
direct those in need to propor souroes of assist
ance. To prevent lmpoeitlou, Visitors are not allow
ed to expend luuds out of their own Ward.
Each Visitor is required to ascertain, by visita
tion, the actual necessities of all applicants for
aid In the district assigned her.
Tbe mombera of the Sooiety are request
ed to pay their annual subscriptions promptly,
without waiting to bo called upon by the Sec
H. S. FLYNT.
ID We have just received a new work en
titled the 'Blennerhassett Papers" coll eo ted
aud edited by Wm. H. Safford Esq , of Chil
There Is, of courseno American citizen, who
is not interested in the story brought to light In
Mr. Safford's Book, which is certainly more
affecting than any romance.
This remarkable eplsodo in American His
tory, which has alwajs excited so much curios
ity, speculation and wonder, la thoronghly re
vealed, and supported by the undoubted teat!
mony of both publlo acdprivate correspondence.
Little has heretofore been known of the ex
act sod entire oirenmstances attending the life
of Mr. fii.iNNERHAear.TTs but In tbe work before
us the intrigues in whi?h he became involved
are shown to be owning as much to his love of
romance and adventure and to the subtile in
fluence of Aaron Burr, as to any personal am
bitlonor treasonable designs, ogainst the coun
try of his adoption. . .
The m&ns adopted to carry out this wonder
ful Intrigue, end tbe disastrous failure which so
rapidly succeeced, are sketched with remarkable
ease and clearness. W .. ,
In these page will be found a large amount
of authentic, matter which will confirm, or un
settle, any previous belief, respecting the most
stupendous enterprise that has ever startled the
new world.. . ' . ,,: .''
Tbe reader will be able to to obtain a very
oorreot idea of the domestic Ufa of Mr. Blin
merhassitf, at hid island home in the Oblolver
The arts and sciences, love and music, there
held sway, until the serpent Invaded tbatdomes
tlo paradise, and charmed him with schemes of
pomp and power. ' ' , ,. .' " .'
Tbe sad endiLg of a life that bad eo bright
and anspleioua a beginning, Is told in a very
affecting and thrilling manner.. ' ' ".
Mr. SaffOso has ably performed his task
and we are lure his work will be welcomed by a
large number of personal friends and a discrim
lnating public . r t i:v;'i;ur; .v . .1
Benefit of, Miss Kate MAoEvoT.-The Cyclo
ramaol Ireland will be exhibited at Montgom
ery Hall to night, for tbe benefit of Miss Kate
MacEtot,;', On, this ocoasion she will sing ser
eral new songs, and other novel features will be
introduced. Last night the Hall was filled, and
to night, we presume, it will be crowded as tbli
is, we are positively assured, the; last exhibition
or the Cyclorama in onr city.
DAn old lady, named Patsiy'allen. died re
sently In Potuam county, Indiana, aged onehnn
dred and sixteen yeara. A daughter of hers I
now living in the eaine 'eounty, w Wis ninety
Bve years oia- -- 'i'
STATtTf mfera nce Contijtion. Addresses
will be made before tbe Convention, this even
log, at the Congregational Church.- Gen. Ca
air, Rev. E." f: Goodwin, and",M- P. Uaddis
are named among the spsakera.. After
spiaWhar the Chorch; tns Convention will ad
jonrn to the City Hall to attend a Temperance
Widdino. Mr. E. M Haiao, of Buffalo,
N.','Y',was married last evening, at the First
Presbyterian Church, to Mist Maooii M.Dish
lee, daughter of D W. DiSHLia, Esq., of this
city. The ceremony of tying the nuptial knot
was performed by the Rev. Dr. float, assisted
by the Rev. Mr. Woodi. A Urge conojurse
tbe friends and acquaintances of tho parties
were present. We join with them In wishing
the happy couple who have gone eastward on
bridal tour, a permanent and harmonious uuion
ID A lady who was out tkatlag the other
day at Syracuse, froae both ber feet. A bole
was Immediately cut In the ice, and ber feet
soused in. It was the best remedy that could
have been applied.
ST Tbe discourse of Mr. Forster at Kan
hachers Hall, lent evening, ontbe"Slgus of the
Times" a eminloently suggestive, and evinc
ed a truly philanthropic and cosmopolitan spirit.
Mr. F. Is expeoted to lecture at the same plaoe,
next Snnday morning and evening.
ID Tbe reader U referred lo the advertise.
ment in our columns to day, offering for sale the
one half of a Democratic newspaper in South
Rail Road Time Table.
T.ITTI.R Miami k. GoLunanafc Xcxia R. B.
Accommodation 6.10 A. M.
No. Six 3.30P.M.
Night Kipres 3.45 A.M.
1.15 P. SI.
2 30 P.M.
S.45 A. M.
I MO A. M.
LIVKLAKD, OOLDHIUS k ClHOUIMATI B. K
Express and Mall....
..3:85 A. M.
OEMTRALOmo B. B '
Express Train ,
.. 3.00 i. U
. 8.40 P.M.
CijrcnniATi R R
.... 3.011 A. M.
.... S.40 P. M.
V VO P.
PiTTsaoaan, OnixMsos It
or.nxani It iNDiiRiroMa B. K.
JOolumlmi, PlquaSc Indiana B. R.
Rxpreas Train 8:10 A.M.
Kxpresa Train 8:45 P.M.
ID This is positively the last week of the
groat gift book store, at No. 173 South High
St. A fresh supply of new books just received,
and rmtmbrr a splendid gift with every book
Tav it With these words tbestrunger put a
package of De I'&nd Saleratus into Kate's
hand, and disappeared. Ever alter this nicmor
able day, poor bread dingy pastry, and sulphur
ous biscuit were unknown lo this family, hut
the fame of Kate's excellent pastry, bread, Lo..
spread over the whole school district, and led
many envious people to make the Inquiry,
Whose Saleratuo do you use? ' To which she
invaiiably replied. D. B De Land & Co ' It
can be purchased from most grocers and store
keepers, and Is for sale at wholesale by the
manufacturers, at Fairport, Monroe Co., N. Y ,
and by the grocers In the cities and villages
throughout the country.
ID The way to keep well, take McLean's
Celesrateo Strenothenino Cordial ano Blood
Pdrifier, bo careful In diet, and no disease can
attack the system. This Cordial is tho most
effective Alternative and Tonlo ever known.
It is a perfect preventive of disease, and it
strengthens the system, and purifies and cleans
es the blood. Try it, and you will be convinced.
See the advertisement in another columy.
Unanimous. Physicians prescribed it, and
everybody recommends its adoption as the stand
ard, only certain external remedy. 25 cents a
ID See advertisement of Prof.
Hair Invigorator in another column.
T If R
WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN.
tJAYINQ A OIROULATIOM
tABGEB BY SEVERAL TH0UBAND8
Than any other paper Id Ohio, ontslde of Cincinnati
ffers Facilities for Advertising
Which CANNOT FAIL to brln
Speed r and Hemnnerative itelurna
To those who take advantage of them.
TIIE WKKKLY STATESMAN,
Distributed as It Is Ihrongh every Post Office In Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Whose patronage is valuable, and who seldom set the
Dally Bdltlons of city Journals! and as only
Limited Number of Advertisements
An Inserted In Its columns, appopriately and
HANDSOMELY DISPLAYED I
THrT CARROT r AIL TO
or ALL I
Advertising In the WEEKLY STATESMAN will Bn
It advantagooa In
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which Is almost certain to follow an extensive dlnemln
atlon of a knowledge of their business
AMONG . COUNTRY, SEALERS !
ADVERTISEMENTS INTENDED FOB
The "Weekly Statesman
Bhouldbe hsndedln before Irlday noon.
JOHN H. STEKLEY
4rill aitcbd lo the
POSTING ANO DISTRIBUTING
.-. - of , . ...
BILLS IN THIS CITY.
All orders left at lb Ofnco of the Stulesman will be
promptly attended to, , , . Janll-tf
i ... 190 Petarl ree. ,
nOsEwanoi nauvHAHV and
XV Black-Walnut Boards and Plana or various thick
neaa: Mahonnv and Boaewood Logs: HahonoT air
Rotewood Veneers; lebra wood Veneers; BUwk-Walnnt
and Oak Crotch Veneers; Line-mottled Mahogaoy; Walnut
and Oak Veneers; also, plain veneers, atxe. per root,
for frame-makers: Piano and Cabinet Mouldings; also.
Mahogany and Walnut Bannisters and Newells, all sloe
and patterns; ssaoofaoir uus-nii biuu tor niair ouim.
era: Hnantsn ueuar tor uigwr ooxes: cuv ana ssiweu uaca-
ln for Pictures and Xooklng-glaM frames. ' Also,
4-tacn ropiar, m usnrw nosi.ivv, jjisjouv isiwmi
aasortcd tor 11 lock-makers and Ten-pla Balls: also, cut
Walnut, Mahogany und Koaewood veneeri
Having built a Bedstead factory adjoining my Mahog.
an Haw mill, wkleh la Bow In operation. I would re
specUully InvlU tha trad to tali and axamlna my as-
sorimant Ol 0 easterns, wiucu a ouer sos smie as tow ntesx
and warranted gooa aruor. i
Jyil-wflsi " ' 106 Pearl street, Cincinnati. Ohio
FatEBim KID OsUOVEB, . , ;
1 j , , fiUtNOH KID UI.0VEB, , , . .
an ,..i.n .'in it. 1-i-rr m r.
- ,f ASflUU aiW VbUISD -- V
at7J tnts per pair, aama-assosd Isewher for on
aoiiar. m , - - fxtjsk bain,
, bov4. ' ' Wo, IS txiuth High street.
BLACK KTBAW BOrTrtBT AND EL
egant Rlbbona, Id areat Tarletr at BAIM'sl.
ootS - Mo. m.nifhltretti
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
WASHINGTON, Jan., 22.
Legltlaturo of Vulavnra, dirfdinj the Rrpreieatalirra
anil Senators to nse their beat eSoirt for the pauaiie of
the Crittenden resolutions, or some other meacs of xuv-
Iur the Volon. Ordered to be nilnlcl.
Mr. Biiier presented petitiona aikliii for the naiaai a
of the Crlltcodea ruaolulioni. Also the proceeding! uf
a certain meeting In Pennivlvania.
Sir. Pitch moved the. Vice President lS nulhorlied to
All the vacanolea In the committees.
The Vice Proildent aald theio was no reconl In the
journal of the absence of anyHenalors, and he had no
noliftcaUon of the fact. Tim namea were 1111 called on
the record. Ho would like the Senate to Inatiuot an to
whether ha should recognize their action.
air. vitoh auititeited Hint there were vaeanciea in the
committees, and the chairmen of committees idIkIiI re-
port so far as they were concerned.
Mr. Hale thounht that was thenronrrwsy.
Afr Doualaa (aid there aeemeil to lie no tronhle. Wa
nave teen notified that certain Pension hate retired anil
do not intend to be here again Ibis session, hence there
are vacancies. Their taking leave has nothing to do with
thelqneation whether Hie mates are out of the Union or
air. Trumuuu utoiient na couesire wasrani. lie
ilijughtthelr names shouldjbe stricken from the roll, and
mey ne consmereu uenatoisno longer.
Mr Wilson dU not underslnud that these Senators h i I
resirned as thnto from Houth Carolina had done
could recognise them as temporarily absent, but consbt
ren inem memners or tne eenateyet.
air.ttaulsijury asked, if the f enntors should con:e luck.
oould any power prevent their voting ?
air. uenjamin contenuen tnat tne jnurmii anouiii at
least record the fact that the fenat'irs dec III red- their
State had seceded, and they had withdrawn.
air. beward said It would lending ducouriesy II wa
put the fact on record without also putting the reaions
of the Senators. He wan entirely opposed to making
anyenlry. The least said, tho soonest mended. Ha
was for leaving seats for these Senators to resume in
their own good time, aud hoptd the time would ii'itlu
air. H.senilen held most dec Idea It that no State had
a right to secede, but the fact is they did icslgn no mat
wr wneiner ineir lessons were v.ilol.or not.
Mr. Hunter thought Penatnra wese suhlect to tha cull
of the Senate and tho only reason for excusing them waa
mat ineir Slate nad withdrawn, but the Senate could fill
vacancies on committees ,
rllrtber donate entutd. and on mollon of Mr. Pewfinl.
the Bul.ect was tabled. Il'.l araliit (Iwln. Lnlbam.
Baulsbury, Blgler, and Johnson, of Tennesies, voted
with the Hepubllcans
uritienden's resolutions were un.
Mr. Powell argued that a divislou of tbe territories as
proposed by his colleage was Just as equitable, aud
thought It eminently lironer that a settlement ahould
apply to all future acquisitions so as to tike I be ques
tion out of Oongross. lie contended that it would in
no way encourage tlllibusteilsin, for territory could not
be acquired in that way. lie claimed that the Consti
tution recognised slaveiy, and thero was no need of ud
vocaling Protection, fur itiuieeliuii was iho nlain diiiv
of every government.
Mr. lfadu asked tor lu'oof. lie di 1 nut Lelii'Vi. a n-nr.l
Mr. I'm ell said the underground lallrnnd was well
no wn. He snoke of no slave, heinir carried oil': ibis, ir
from a foreign country, would bo a cause of war. 1'ersuu
al Lilwrly Hills ara nunther causo of conipluiul. They
area clear violati. n of the Constitution.
Air Vtade wante I some sneci lie cbarire airilnf t fbl.i in
lie COIlld anSW rll. Ho Wlia tired ,V bearing neni-rnl
Mr. Powell said lie Giverrnr of Ohio refn.nl In,!,..
liver up fuailives from iumice: llm lleiiuljirnn. h,i
elected a President who drclarcd Ilia the wouldn't vole
to admit a slave Htalu, notwithstsnding Iho decision of
the Supreme Court.
Mr Trumbull sil.l this was directly Die reverse of
what the Seuator said.
Mr. Powell said, he would examiLe, and If wroug
would striko It out of his speech. Ho had no ileal ro to
Mr. Blgler ssld that Mr. Lincoln had not raid he would
rote against allowing slavery In a Territory.
Mr. Powull said-it amounted to the same thing
Mr. Trumbull read the answer of Mr. Lincoln, v.-iien
he said, "1 do not now. and never did Haul pledged
against the admission of slave States Into the Union."
Mr. Powell thought if he wouldn't let slavery go Into
the Territories we could have no more slave Stales.
Sir. Powell continued If anything Is done to save the
Union it must come from the Republican side.
Mr. Wade said the Senator from Virginia (Mason) a:d
that Ohio refused to repeal the Personal Lllierly Law
He (Wade) didn't Lalieve Ohio had any Inw .which was
unconstitutional. He thought the Deualorfrnm Virginia
was mistaken. Tha law framed last )osr gives further
security to free people, and when it came up this year
was postponed. Tint was the mlstakx of tho Senator.
The law Is exactly the opposite of wlnt he supposed.
Mr. Msson said ho saw no use of the Hepubllcans of
Ohio refusing to repeal the law under which the Mar
shals had been overpowered.
Mr. Wade said th.t the only law if Ohio hid been cop
led almost entirely from the laws of Virgluia fcuth a
law ought not to be repcMed. He saw no reason for a
compromise with anybody. There la no organization in
Ohio to Interfere wllh slaves. He did not doubt that
slaves escaied hut there was no crganizrd company
for such a'purpose.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 23.
Mr. Colfax called up the post routs bill, which passed
the House last session, and was returnc.l from the henate
with amendments, which were now considered, und near
ly all agretd to, Including provisions for procuring and
furnishing one cent stamp wrapnersand envelops; re
quiring letters which have not been advertised to lie le
turoed to the Dead Letter Oftica within two months.
Letters for 'be sea Board to bo rataiord fo, a longer pe
riod under the post ollice rriiuislll n unclaimed.
me money irom tne Dead L.ottei ollice is to be applied
promote the efficiency of that huresu.
Mr. Colfax said the committee on nost rale recom
mended non-concurrence to lite Senate proposition, to
limit the compensation of railroads carrying the tnnils,
10 w per miir per annum, lor ursiclaas, erll for sec
ond olass, S4Ufor third class, and speed not to be greater i
than 2(1, 17, and 12 miles, respectively, for each class I
Th a would save tha Treasury 3S3,U00 per annnm; but
the oommittee tblnk that such reduction would now hava j
the effect or endangering the present systm.
Mr. Sherman gave his reason why he hoped the
amendment would baadontid: liavlri in view to Beono I
Mr. Branch onnoaed it the eomnensstlun was now In
adequate, the reduction would induce the contractors to
refuse the contracts, and there was no power here to con
trol the speed of cars.
From the South.
adopted resolutions recalling the Representatives In Con
gress, anu'auinoriaing tne uovernor to appoint a commis
sioner to naanington. . ,
RiLEian, N. 0. Jan. S3. The call for a Convention Is
mora doublful on account of disagreement as to time.
na tarty Is for hasty, and the other for deliberate ac
Tha Senate agrees on ths 31st of February to eloct de-
gates, which date will likely kill it on the third reading.
was derated in tne nouse to uay, dui no action was
takea. North Carolina will provo conservative, but not
submissive. Everybody Is for secession if It becomes ne
MiLurMrruxf, ua , Jan tl A number of resola
tlons were offered and adopted, Including the following
one; appointing a Commission of 10 to report on the
power of the Convention to reduce the number of Ihe
members of the Legislature. Another that (leorgla will
demand her share of public property. Another pledges
the state to pay tne carriers tor transporting or malls lo
tutors. Another Instructing tha committee to report an
ordinance, nthorlslng the couccll of safety.
81s deleaitcs entered their protest against the ord ¬
nance of secessloo, but pledged their lives, furtooes and
honor, In defence of Georgia against coercion.
An ordinance declaring all wnite persons of the Htata
e4he time of the adoption of tbe ordinance of accession,
cltlaens without regard to their place of nativity or the
length of their residence In the state; refeired.
A long lotter was presented from the Post master of
Savannah detailing the ovlls of a change In the present
An ordinance was adopted providing for the execution
of sentences psssed by federal courts, and tha execution
of processes issued by the same courts, and to preserve
An ordinal) os was offered and made Ihe special order for
tomorrow containing in force, all the federal laws In ref
erence to the African slave trado, It will be unanimous
mod. nm. uaion was appointed ucmmissionea 10
Louisiana. Osn. ganfoid wassppolnted to Texas.
The proceedings to-day in the Convention were Intro
duced. Ths galleries were open to visitors.
WssitiKOTuM, Jan. S3. The Railroad Convention of
the five eastern and western Trunk lints, has adjourned
lo meet in New-lork, on tha vutn or February next. A
schedule of rates or freight between all eastern and wes
tern points was adopted, and restores tha figures of tha
8t. Nicholas hotel and Saratoga meetings, with a slight
variation in regard to passengers. TheSrst and second
section of the agreement then entered into, making the fare
uniform, and despsnslng with rnnners, were reammied.
The fact waa developed In the course of the dellhiratlons
that rreignt rrom tne soutn ano sontnweitwiin tne excep
tion of ootton. hail groalely decreased, while the move
ments of produce from the northwest and central West
north of the Ohio river waa unusally large. All the roads
report Increased receipts over those of January lrtiO.
Soma of them are very heavy, and as an instance It was
mentioned that the Daltlmore and Ohio, the most soi thern
of the live great llnes.and the inoreaie of which Is less than
the others, shows an enlargement In revenue nn railroad
freight, o!$M,0OU for tha first Si days of the present
month, over' ths similar peilod of last year. A general
falling off waa repotted In passenger receipts and western
Much of tha produce movement Is forUurope. All
tha five lines ara deriving Increased business fiom the
diversion of the ootton of the Uouth-Western Slates from
the Southern Atlantlo and uuir ports. The Convention
Included tha leading I all road minds of Massachusetts,
New York, Pennsylvania, Mew Jersey, Ohio, Indiana and
Kentucky. An excellent feeling prevailed, and the pros,
peats of tha eastward business were regarded asencour-l
aging. All parlies seemed earnestly anxious for the
settlement of tha national difllcultles, and tho Oiltten
don plan, or lis equivalent, met wllh general approval.
Memrjers or tne uonvention nave exertea tnetr nest ei
forts wllh their respective members of Congress and oth
ers to secure conciliation and peace.
WiinmaTog. Jan. 83. Suspicions hava been
In official elrolea hers), relative to the manufacturing
OhleopM, and elsewhere lm Maasachusetts, of a battery
of James' Rifled Cannon, for Sooth Oarnllna, and be
lieved to be designed for the reduction of Fort Sumter,
Measures will b adopted to verify ths facta, and ar
rest the tieasonahle work. Bills are being prepared
tha Military and Naval CosnmMtees of tha Housa snd
the Committee on Ways and Means! for Immediately
placing the country on a war, footing. The Preaident
Wilt na auinoriaeo u can roriue en iisirnens oi volun
teers. A considerable number of war steamers will
forthwith ordered lobe constructed. .
'.,' .i j... ' ssi. I. "- r f a '
MiMPttts, Tsm., Jan. SI. A battery of sixteen
poaadera is being erected here. A manufactory of can
non and shells is to be eetabllsard.
ARRIVAL OF THE ARAGO.
(Ntw YoRE, Jan. CX The atmmahlp Araeo brtDfSi
London papers of the 9th, and 3MS,00 In ipecle.
The Bohemian from Portland) arrltfd at' Londonderry
nn the llih, and the Etna from New York, arrived at
y utemtown on the aim day.
(1AKTA Vive shells thrown by the Sardinians pen
traled the room over that occupied hy the Kiel, llii
niiniatera Iniiat that he shall remove hiiiuutujrs. SUelU
1 hiiu re.icli Hie Central Hospital.
CnNarANTinnpLi, Jan. 5. Tluniarlan and Polish Oar.
aliahlianvolunleeraara arriving ol Prra on their way to
I tne uanuiiinn prlucipnlltlea.
i ienra Wednnday The Emperor proclaltui a very
comprehensive anmeity for Hungary, Truntyl.unia, t:ar
then and Sclavoua
The general uUuirn of the bank of Prima were di
The American panic alluded Franre equally wllh Knit
land. Amerlc-Hu stocks were dull on Koglaiol enpeci
The City of Winhincton sailed from Liverpool on the
IHh. wllh nearly half a million In fcpecle. The Ara;o
was In company wllh the City of Mahlii(lon ou Ihr
ltnMa Jan. 5 Vl:icard wore pr.sted, evhnrlliK the
, Itomans to uwaltlhe arrival of the riariliul.mi. The Ne
apolitan troops wuie ordered home. A depot of arms
have been dlicovercd in the Uoro Aoblo.
I I.ivkrpool. Jjio. (I rtntton aulet: three dave1 sales
amounted to 9J.IKKI Imles. BreadstoBsnuletandateadv
London, Jan 9. Business In breAdstaffs nearly sui
ponded onion to continued and severe frosts.
Consols i'ormonev. 81 ".&91X: Erie shares, 35l33:
1 in nois i:entrni.:ii'A..(j amoount
ItniiMONo, Va .Jan. 2i!. Onv. f.'lcher lo-.l.iv com
! municated to the legislature the coercion reaolutlona
1 i... i.n tit...,. ... .til. . .i....
niiii.i:ii iij iiir ciiitii VI vmu, wiui n iuuabiiioj b.jiik liiai
(lie lending or such resolutions to toe siave-holillng
Mate cm have no other e fleet man to excite ireah fee).
IriRS of rcientvent, Inflimo existing preiudicoi, Increase
the present dllllcullles arid embarrass, if not ducat all
ellovia tnat are now heinir made to aii.iust t lie oontrovor-
ay betweon the North ud the Bontli. lie suggest! the
propriety ol sendinK as a rebuke to the Governor of Ohio,
his refuiul to turrenilcr (Iwen Brown and Francis Merrb
am, when demanded by the authorities of this Common
wealth, as fiiKilives from Justice, Laid on I lie table by
a small majority.
The Senaie lu iy debated the million defeuce bill,
pending which an adjournment waacanled
! Harrihbi sii, Jan. 2i. The llepubllejiia of the llouae
ravorable to the repeal of the obnoxious prov'sions
In the penal eo.le relative to thu rendition of I'ugitHe
slaves, held acaucus to-day; 84 were presnnt.
It is reported tluit their vote combined with that of the
Democratic uieuilurs will oarry the rt-ecal through tbe
Mr. ArmstroiiK, n Kipubllc.in, mulo a speech in the
House, favoriritf the Critlendtn nnienitmi'iits. It pro-
durcd a very powerlul eUect, and It was the flneit cll .rt
niaile thiti session in niilier House.
Afti-'inoon. The ll?u-ie has passed die nenato rcaolu
lions declailnR attachment to the L'lilon, ami that the
Conatilution has sullicicnt power to n,niotaia the inleg
rityof the Union. The resolutions were passed by a
strict parly vole; amendments favorable to a compromise
Message the Governor of Louisiana.
Bato Boiiik. Jan. 2-J. The Governor's ruest-a-iKe
was read In the Legislature to-day. He snys our ene
mies will find that lliron;lic.ut l.niilsi'iiia. we are one
I eojile, one heart, one mind unit are not to he ciijolcd
into the nbamloniuent of our rights, and are not tube
tuhduvd:all hopes of eonclllitioii are atan end; and
that illsaenliou between the North and the H nUli is not
t In healrd. All proposition i f moderate loeu have
been contemptuously rejected. The cry of Ilia north is
for ooorelou. There is no longer any (loubt of tho wis
dom tint Hie policy whl.-h demnnil tin? conlllct rhall be
New OiH.ifANs, Jan. Vera Cruz ii-lvioci to the Itlth
aierecelved. it la reported that some of Mirarooii's iirln-
cipal otlicers, Including the minister of foreign relations.
Iiad licen captured by the Indians, also Viiramon, who
subsequently escaped, killing three ludians. Juares de
parted on the 'lb for the caidtal, to estnldish a liberal
The Florida Forts.
l'lrNSAcnLa Fa., Jan. 'J'.'.- A s ilule of gnus was fired
from Kou Hartinas to-day, in honor of Iho Lsne Htar
tin', of Klor.da. Two Coluuihiails havo lieen mounted
at Sort flrkens. Fort McRen was being Invested and
guns manned by the allied forces of Florida, Alabama
and Mississipf i.
Huston. Jan. 2.'. Tli3 following geullouiei) coinposo
tho committee to liear Ihe L'nlon petition Irom Beaton to
Washington, lion. B Kveratt, chairman. Hon. Robt.
C. Wiulhrop, kx. Chief Justice L. fliaw, Hon. K. C.
Toby, linn. Amos A. Lawrence, and Hon. Cbai Wood
bury. The committee start to-morrow.
Toronto, Jan. 23. Mr. Howes, Ihe ne.wly elected
Mayor, is his speech last night to the counsll, stated that
a Inrge accession to onr population mlghtsoon De expect
ed, on account of the tioublea In the H tales, and recom
mended sui h a polloy in ri yard to taxation, r , as will
especially favor such emigration.
PaoviorNC. K. I.. Jan. S3. Ths Senate to-day pass-
ed a hill to repeal the Personal Liberty Law SI against
V. In the It se trie subject w is warmly discussed, anu
poatponed till Thursday.
rtawpoRT. Ky., Jan. 31. Ths special election ordered
by tbe sjliy counsel lor tne pnrposo oi lasing ins sense
of the cliienson the Crittenden resolutions, come on yes-
lerday. Of the 4IH votes polled.'lhcu was not a single
dissenting vote. .
Ilorr in, .tun. Ohas." B. Krana, freight agent, and
F. T. Coaus, have been arrested on the cbargo or de
fraudiog Ihe Peon. Bail Road Co., by not accounting fur
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, Jan. 23.
ASUKS-flrm and demamrfalr; sales of 3D bbls
. at 'M
for pots and ol i Mr paaris. ,
FLOUR recepts of 5,490 bbls.,- market heavy and 5c
lower; sales of 1,111)0 bbls. at S3,15B5,75 superior state;
V.;Xmtf,V extra state; $5,L'iC4t5.3j sup. western;
B 5 '.'5!itS l'i."i!comiU'ln to medium ex!m westerns. $5,10
(.4! f 5,73 infeiior to good shipping brands extra Ohio
HY ri vi.'iUH steauy at i.i.iu.ij: J.ou.
WHKIIT toceinls of 8,430 bu.heis. msrket ouite
heavy and 1 and 3c lower; sales of 33,000 busbelsat ai.SD
for prime Chicago spring: $l,VlkgJ$l,'.'(j for Jlllwaukle
club; tl,31S1.34 for winter red western' UVS oo
for whiuwestern; tl;M tor white Cal.
iilK quiei as missioc.
BARLRV quiet at ORtStOOc.
COKN receipts are 7,7 bushels, losili.t heavy and
declining; sales of 37,0(10 bnshela at tii;'l for mixed
weaiern In store ana neiiverra aino sieo. for now no.
OATS dull at ;ina;Jo for western Canadian and
PORK firm, sails ol '.'n bbls at W for mess and 113
III1. Kv quiet ana sioauy. .
CUT MIC ATS unchanged
LARD quiet acd Aim; sales of lAOhblsat Id'. c
BUrTKR-in moderate reiiuest at lll'Uc for Ohio,
(! 1 1 BE s K-stoadyat 1U .c.
WHISKY heavy and drooping tales of 110 bbla at
COFrEn remains arm, bnt quiet, sales of 1UU bags
RIo at 1IXIS. 101) bags ilirlcaboat lie.
STOCKS dull and lower, and elosed firmer at a re
duction; money and exchange without new features; Ch.
sc 11. I.67Hi C. R. fcQ.74; III. Scrip 8M; N. V. 0.
7(1; Harl. I0i; do preferred 3D; Pacific Mall 9r; C. fc
T. :','; 0 k Ch. I'onn. 80; Hud. 43; M. C. 57;
0. Ac V. 10i; Cal. 7"s K'Si; M. 8 1st bonds Hi; do Sd
WIIKAT was offered rather more freely to-Jay. and
buyers could niakeraUier belter terms than since the re
cent advance to 81 05. Fair lots of red will not bring
over 1, and the best is quite slow al SI U3. White is
held at S 1 lOjjil 13 The shlppin" demand which existed
earlier in the week has been reduced, and does not
aiunut to much.
OOllN-ear Is In good demand at 353lic, a price
whlth it has sustained(ateaillly,wtth unusual regularity.
Shelled ii less roady, because ot something of a glut in
the receipts. Tha dsmnnd for shipping purposes, psr
ticulsrly of Ihe host qualltes, is still geod. Plioes are
quoted at 57 to 40 for ordinary mixed to prime white,
OATS owing to lltlht receipts, aie gain restored to
27c with a firm market.
BARLEY wai rathr slow to dav. but prices are nom
inally as quoted during tha weeki 73 to HOa for prime
Full, and HI to H3c for prime Canada Spring, tha inside
or those figures Is ratner hard to excel at present.
RYE at fiis la Inactive.
The market for Provisions has throughout tha week
week retained its good working condition.- Orders have
been oor.alanliy on the market, and sery promptly have
followed up the advancing tendency In prices which the
Cin. Com. Jan. 23.
only sale of consequence rrpnrttd was a moderate lot
choice double extra red at sp,.',',. Buckwheat remains
steady at eftaw 35 per cwl.
WHEAT ver quiet and unchanged Red la worth
$1,07, and good while U73il,H.
COKN sale 1 car at 38o ou track. '
RY K selling occasionally at 55 300c.
lllllllWINKS-sales 50 b'ds at l5o.
, llOnS oontlnne In good demand and firm at full
prices- Sale 45 head heavy at (0.30.
BKKDs-aate50 bush Clover at 4,40
K0U3 lower. Bale 3 bbls at 14c, .
MUTTER sale 3 bbls oommon roll alllffi :
1 POI1LTBY sale chickens at 7o. " ' t
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 23.
fi.oi-a-Qrmat 15.37 U3 3 03X for superfine. WritiT
quiet; sales ol 5 lino bush of red at 1 1.30)1.33; whits
1.401,51). Coaa-quvct; sales of 3,000 bush, at U3.S
0113 for old mixed. Wuisat dull at lf(Slj.
a rnilllNINfl IJOODS Black Knallah Crapes
1VL Craps Collars, Cuffs and Blearest Long and Bhort
Crape Veils: Round Crane Veils) Laos Vetls Crape
Trimmed; Plain Hemmed Collars! Beta; Handaarohlefa
Alnamlra'a Black Kid Glows: Vans: Ribbons Bilks;
Bomlaalnaa; Travallogand all other kinds of Droaa ttoods
constantly on hand in great variety.
I P1TIR BAIN,
say33 First doorSorth of NHI Honss
$ r A tit, i ! f I
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
ITInnuf lu-tiircrsi of nil klnda of For
lanit and Ntniiostar y Mtersnt Kit
ATincks Miw millw, oritt 111 i IN,
lAKJCit llODLKVEcalenl It. A F. BLAND i'Jleulen!
J. C II. I) WALL DtnUnltl VO I CM BUS
MACU1XK CO. nratm HI! JWAflfOl!)
A: CO. Mtaltn!!!.'!
Our Portable; Euglue and Biw Mill
Yin awarded the first premium of (51) at the Indiana
Statu Fair for l-Oll over Lane k Ilo.llej's on aceountof
Prion, liiilitiieas, almplieitv, economy uf In el
anJ superior character of lumber 6td.
Our Stationary Kngino was awarded at Ihr same Fair
the first premium of fi'btl.
Our I'nrl.iMo Kngine wns award d the His1 urerniuoi of
i;iisj at tne r air u'. aieiupnis, t eou., over lllandy s Ilu-
vall s, Uolumbus Maehlnel'o s., and llradford at Co s.
by a committee of prartical lUilroad Knyineers.
yor price and terms amiresi
H ILI.AItU WARNfUt. Tr.siii.-r,
dec5 dAwljojis. Newark, Ol.ii.
THE VICTOR AT EVERY FAIR
WHEBK EXHIBITED! !
BLANDTS PATENT, AUG. 3, 1858.1.
The Newark M n'liine orka In puidishing tbi ab ivc
notice of having been victorious over
The K I a nily Portable fstoani Kaiv mil
at any Fair whatever, knew tbey were publishing a fiiUe-
lionil. Webnve published our denial of the truth oi
their statements in other papers, but Ihey have not al
tered them, nor olfered the public any evidence to us
tain Iheir untruthful assertion, We never hid a Mill or
Kngine on exhihltiou at !!lrinih!s. Tenn. Tic; Oiii
mitt them the OhiolHlalo KiiiralZinesville.O., IKVJ,
whsie In the Sawing contest, tbey came out behind all
others, we takinglWO HHrT PIIEM IfJMfl.
We met them again at the Ohio Stale Fair at Pandunky.
0., In IKV. witn equal Machinery, nnd heat them, taklog
TWO KIKST PHKMlUM.f again.
At Ihe UN1TKD STATES FAIR for 18A0, at Cincin
nati, O , where all Ihe leading manufacturers were repre
sentid. 77ie Blandy Mill wa Victorious
over Ml, cutting 32 boards. 13 ft, 8 In. longs and '!0
inches wide, in r minutes, l.iaeconds; all the machine
ry operated bv two hands only I ' and of conn?, carried
Ihe FlttrfT PREMIUM.
Not being present at In.lianipolis. H.O. we do not
know what they did there, but we do know, that at tbe
Ohio State Fair for IcSIl, where trt ( meet Ihcm, they
were so badly beaten as to be left entirely out of con
rldcratfon in awarding premiums. Thou!) they had a
mil ana tnree Kngmes on tne grounds, they mil not get
even a second Premium on either.
Forclrculars fully ("escribing TITR BLANDY NA
TIONAL PREMIUM AND CHAMTIOM K Nil IN I'. AND
MILL, with reports of operators, ska., all trull, f ill! 1 and
tHiriy sstrorih, address
II. h F. KLANDY,
Blaody's Sleam Kngine Works,
Jan S3 dfew e 0 Kaoesvillc, 0.
From tht Ne ork Observer. 1
As all parties manufacturing Sewing Machines arc ob
llgcd lo nsy Mr. Howe a license on csch machine sold.
and are a so compelled to make returns to blm, under
oalh. as to the lumber sold, his books give a correct state
ment. From this reliable source we have obtained the
following alatutlcs. Of the machines mado In the tear
H'i'.i, there ware solJ,
By Wheeler & Wilson 81,305
I.M. Singer Co 10X.i
drover fc Baker IH.SriO
Ihowing thesllfs of Whtelert Wilson to bn dvit'it
those or any other uompany.
Awarded Ihe highest premiums at the
United States Fairs of le.'.S, Irtjb and ISoll:
also at the
Ohio State Faire of 1P.10 and lifl;
and at nearly all the County Fairs In the Stale.
Our prloes, at Ihe lata reduction, art at low at any
focc men machine now sow. ana nui a trine nigner wan
the interior tiro thread cham Uica maenlnet, now
fared unnn the market.
Tho W'HKKLKK WII.80M MACHINE makes the
Lock Stich the only one which cannot be lavcled. It
is Alike on Both finuiof the goods, leaving no r'ntje or
pJiainnnUiA under tide.
Allmariliut var'anted 3 years, and UtlrucHon
given in their ose, free of oharse.
II. CRARY, HI High St.. Columbos, 0.
dec3 SawdlniiwOin Tike's 0 era House. Cinrintatl
CAN A DliH & TJNI1ED STATES MAIL
TO ANO i'KOlU '
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
Tha Montreal Ocean Steamship Company's first class
full-powered Olyde-hullt Steamera sail every Sut.
Ill-day from font land, carrying tne uanauian aim
United Slates Mail and passengers,
NOVASCOTIAN Oapt. McMasters,
BOHEMIAN Capl. Orange,
NORTH BIIITON Capt. Borland,
CANADIAN Oapt. Oraham,
NORTFI AMRRIOAN.. Capt. Alton,
ANGLO-SAXON Capt. Balantlne,
HIUKUNIAN. . .... , ,. ,.
Kliertrat, Chesipeal and ttilckca4'n-
AMEEICA TO ALL PABTS OF KTJSOFE.
will sail from LIVERPOOL every Wednesday
snd from OUKiiKU every nsaiuraay eainog at
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and laid matlsand
Paasenaers. to and from Ireland and Scotland.
Glasgow passengers ara furnished with ran paaaage
lloketa to ana irom tionaonaerry.
Return tickets granted at reuueen rates.
An experienced Surgeon attached toeaohsleamer.
Certificates issued for earrylng to and hitnging oat pas
sengera from all tha principal towna ol Great Britain and
Ireland, at reduced rates, by this line of steamers, and
by the WASHINGTON LINK OF SAILING PAOKRTrl,
leaving Liverpool every wee a.
vnr nasssee. aniuv at tne uin v:i assnspjis'
WAV, New Works and 10 WaTKH ST.,
BABEL ft SEAHtE, General igsuti,
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONC,
noil) lydtw Statesman Office, Columbus, Ohio
, ; ' ' , Just Becelvtd! -' '.
1AA IIEV viI "khkn and HI.At'K
IVV Tbss iimj nags prims uio ;oneo.
. I rti pocinisom iiuicn uovernmrniuava uorreo.
1 ft bars Ceylon Coffee.
: Ol 111 Mils, standard Whlta Rnjara, cnnststlpj; of piw.
area.unrnsneo, uranuiaica a ann n sjouer.
I no quintals George Bank Codfish,
' SObhls. Mesa and No. 1 Mackerel, .".
5 tcs. Pick Salmon.
: mObx, Layer Raisins. "
. SOhf. box do do ;
WO qr. box do da ,
I lOOMOIgirs, different brands and grades.
1 , wa. Mcdonald.
a l.RYANnHCS KID C.I.OVF.fs.
A. All sites and colors Just opened at BAINS,
No. M South High street.
TttLMOHAL IIKIBT. ' '" "
JL Wide, Long and Handsome. The beat style Import
ed, a new lot just received hy rBTaiH bain,
dec. 11. Ho. 89 Bouth High street,
.-' MCHZS .COLIXtiit.'t,. .TJ V-Pi"'
st ''iV- iJ lC
Wholesale and Retail Depot for
.' ' l.i I. ' l' " ) ' i -i i i . s-Tc.7.
f n, FAMILy GROCERIES (
No. 106 South High Street.
; Wm. HcDONALI),
j ' DEALER IN
I FINE & STAPLE GROCERIES,
IN AM. THEIR VARIETIES.
Dally- Arrival of (Jootlsi
I For the Full and Winter Trnde
I Ol 18(30-01.
lij-HS I I SC.tl'Vli SJIiMCFICKTIIANK!
TO I I1K (tiat.M' for past favors and pttron-
nte, sndlelr.g OS-T Kit ll IN Kl) to ME II IT
acoiilluiiani'S of sime by htrlct alfoutlon le
Iratlu, and prompt delivers of liooda,
I wou'd csl the siottce of tbe public to the fact that
having a I niRe and well Selected Slork on
band, and liehig In daily teetipt of goods from ths differ
ent rofUket, I fl itter mjsslf tint 1 ran offer to therltl
tens of Coluo-bua or to any who may djtiie to purrhase.
an assortment of anlcles appertaining to IheUHOCKAY
trade. U A l.l". II by any house In the city
The prlee and quality of Ihe goods offered, I Hilar
itnlpo lo Hive atlafactlou.
Goods Delivered Free of Charge.
nov'-'7. VII. McDONALP
E. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Front Street, Between State and Town.
Till Olill.CA H It f HO V.
hlllll' instill running, and alihongh
the pressure of late years has set heavily
upon her running gears, she is sllll turn-'
i.g out those splendid PlJF.ToNr). ROCKAWAYB, and
Pill NOK ALhCltr'd SfllFlINU TOPS and NO-TOP
lli:n(lli:H. CARItlAGKS, FXI'UESS, SKELETON,
liKMOt.'lt AT and OIIOOBHV WAOONB, SMALL OMNI-
lL K3 and HACKS. Twenty years steady manufac
turing has given cur work a wide-sperad reputation
llirouih lb Sonlh and West.
We therefore deem it unnecessary to say any thing more
In regard to the quality of our work. WewausiaT
svkry V riui i sr. We can sell anon Tor Bunniss from
(135 In .'.'ill.
Dealers can I furnished with any amount of work at
short notice, and at prices lower than can be bought any
where in the West. Sccoud band Buggies taken in es
ch inge for new work.
;lte,iiiriiig done neatly and at short notice. Fao
toiy on Front, lietwern State and Town streets, Coluui
f'AII oniiimniitealiiiiis will receive prompt attention.
Aug. Hl-ly K. M. WILLIAMS ft CO
TUERSvSEY'S BALM -
K.HO V I.S AKI) PHKVtN TN IN.
Xii llamuutinn and pain, and heals tbe worst burn,
scald, bruise, cut, nr fresh wound of any kind, i levenls
swelling ami pain from bee stings, mosquito biles, and
poisonous plnnla, neurnlgla, iheumatism, ague in the
breast, rait ill. urn, etc. When taken internally, !t will
positively cure croup In children, and gives Immediate
relief in Hie worbtrae of this terrible complaiul; also,
renmves hoarseness and son throat. I'lice, 35 cents a
bottle. Hboutd lie in every house, For sale by Drug
gislaar.d rltorekeo.ers. IBV1N HI ONR,
Sole Proprietor, No. I Spruce St., New York
Master Comniissioiier's Sale.
Rick ley k Bro.
Sale by order of Court.
F.dwin W. Warre
BV VIKTC F OF JIN OKDKII OF RALfe,
to mo directed Irom the Court of Common Pleas of
Fran alio 'county, Onto, I will offer for sale at the door of
the Court House, In the city of Columbus, on
Monday, the 1 6th d.iy of February, A. D. 18C1 ,
between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P.
M the following described real estate, situate In the
County ol Franklin, and Slate of Ohio, to WIU Beginning
at the S. K. coiner of survey No. 3(103, (entered for and
in the name of Wm. Price) ata ataka and atone; thence
S.54 (leg. Ml mln. 3330 IHO poles to a smallbeechat the
interreetinn uf two mads, thence S. eO deg. 15 mln. W.
In the mllille or the Darby road VHI polenjtoj a stake in
the centrc.of the said road' thence N .70 deg. 43 min. W. 37
poles to a stake at the root of a large elm; thence S HI
deg. W. 511 32 100 poles loa small beech in the centra
of the road; thence N. 9 deg W. nn the line of aaid
road 3314-100 poles to astone In ihe centre of the road,
fr m whioh a small ash tree hears R 50 deg. 15 min. K.
4 links di.lani; thence N.SOdeg 53 min. E. 3H2 HO-lbO
poles to a stake atd store in the In centre of a cross
road from Darby load to the Davidson road: thenca B. 0
deg. 43 min. St. 35 CO 100 poles to the beginning: Ihe
whole containing 110 4 10 acres. And also, one other
tract of land adjoining on the south ol tLe above de
scribed tract, containing 50 acres, deeded by KliatSco
field snd wife to Kdwin Warren.
Appraised at the 110 acre tract, 133 per acre.
the 50 ' ' 35 '
U. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff,
Jan. 17-dltftwtw and Master Commissioner.
Printer's fees, aC 00.
Klain Drake I
vs. Bupcrior Court.
Ell K. Wlllhvns- 1
BV Villa UK OF A A HIT OF II. FA.
lo me directed from the Superior Court of Franklin
County, 0., I will offer for sals, (at tha door of the Court
House, in Ihe city of Columbus, on
Saturday, tbe 26th day of January, A. D. 1BC1,
lietweea the hours of 10 o'clock A. M., and 4 o'clock P.
M ,the following described real estate situate in ths Coun
ty of Franklin, and State of Ohio, lo wit: Being part of a
ceriaio Irict of land containing ninety-tlx and one quar
ter acree, (tit) aituata on Big Walnut Creek, Mlinin
Township, in range 17, Township i, quarter Township 4,
beginning at a atona in tha Columbus and Johnstown
Turnpike road, tho toaih west corner of David Balli's
three acre tract, and north west corner to said 00 acre
tract, thence eiuih thirty-two and ona half rods to an
elm tree, thence east fifty and 3d-ll'i0 rods, thence north
sixty and one half rods, (COX) thence west twenty four
and 30.100 rods. Ounce eoalh six and 31-100 rods, thence
with said Turnpike road to the beginning, containing six
teen acres, more or less.
Appraised at SJ45,00 per acre.
Printer's Feea S 50. 0. W HUFFMAN, Sheriff,
dectl:ltdfc4ff By Ed. Davis, Deputy.
Master Commissioner's Sale.
8. 0. lliurlns. rt. al.
nYviirrueuFAN ordkkof "Al t
I to ma direrted, from tha Superior Court
of Franklin county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at tha door
of the Court Bouse, In tha city ot Columbus, on
Thursday, the 31st day of January, A. D. 18C1,
between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M , and 4 o'clock t.
M .. Ihe following described premises, to wit : Ona undi
vided fourth part of the following tract or panel of
land, in raid Franklin ennnty, beg inning at a bnrr oak
and two elma In Ihe W est Una or John Clark s Survey,
No. SIM, 108 poles South from tha North-west corner
of said survey; thence North wllh the original line, to
tha or i nat North-west corner ot aaia survev: uirnce
ast 140 noles to a hickory and small cherry, and two
small dogwoods irom ona stump; thence Bouth 01 poles
to a stake near two large bnrr oaka: tnence Booth !K
deg. West 170 1 10 poles to the beginning, containing one
undren ana uiree acres.
Appraised at $35 per acre.
G. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff,
drc3R:ltda4tw. and Muter Commissioner
Printers' fee $4 SO
Otto Zlikle 1
vs. ) Superior Oonrt.
Martin Trent a t al
rv viitTUF.or anokuekoi sai.i:
1) to me directed from the above named Court I will
offer for aale at Ihr door of the Court House In the city
of Columbus, on -
Saturday the 9ib day of .February, A, D. 18C1,
between tha hours of 10 o'clock a. si., and 4 o'clock r. si
the following described real aetata situate in the county
or rranklin ana Bute oi unto, to wit; ioie isoa. eigni,
if) ten. (HI) and twelve (l In Born and Jsnner s Ad
dllion to tha city of ColamlHis, Ohio, as per recorded
plat of said Addition, in plat record no. one, (I) pages
ISH and 1 50, in tha Heoonler'a ortice or aaid rranklin
countr. Ohio: and also the west naif of lo lot eight bun
dred aud forty-tight. (W. S "I la be city at Co.
Appraised at Lot No. '.''al Is)
: " III, 17S III)
1 . ' " It!, 175 tio
The W. X of In-lot No. H4S, .'HI IS)
U. W. HUFFMAM, Sherie,
JanB dltw4w By Bn. Davie, Depty.
Piinteosfeos 14 SO. .
Samuel Paraon's Exaoutorsk
va ' I
JohnK.Ileyl, ct al.
ti V viHTPEwr are uitiir is ur a. ia.s
13 to me directed, from the Superior Court of
Franklin eownty, vnm, 1 win oner tor bhi ai ine soor
of the Oonrt lloeas, In the eltyef . Columbos, on
Saturday, tho lGth day of Ftbruary, A . D. ISGl,
between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and i o'clock p.
m..llie following described real estate, situate In tie
county of Franklin, and State ol Ohio, to wll; IaU
Ncs. seven, (?) eighty) alee (3) and tea (10) of J.iha
and Henry elllr a subdivision of lots Nos. eighty rdne
(HO) ninety, (Wi) and ninety one, li) of Crosby's at'di
t on te out-lots east or uoiumnns, as ilellnesten m tne
plat thereof, recorded I volume one, page serenty of
the reenra 01 piauj 01 saui cnamr.
Appraised al 1.01 Net. 1. d.aad at es isirarn
Lot No, 10.- - " 4O0fl
0. W. iiurrMAN,
Janll-dltawlt. , , ', ,t Master CowmUit oner.
ElRPANDCUl ION KOI'tN, ,
do no Twines,
sm usiuiun ursui. " ir.i - - .
for sale by M'KKE a RBSTIBAUX,' J.
W7 , . : ':.' "" ' ' 'Ml, High Street
n , f. . r 1 1 S'l.L
MJIOU fliNTLK KAKA41KN, HUTU
T WhIW and Biaak, juss receivea as
s Dr. J.H. MCLEAN'S r
Strengtheaicg Cordial tod J3Uod
rhurstt)sjt HaaIrlsx Tha Vrl(l,
X ly a
t asjelable Compound, '
procured by tho distil
lation of Roots. Herbs
and Barks, Yellow
Dock, Blood Root,
Baraanarllla. r7 I U
(JbwryBark and Dan
delion enUra Into its'
Mm UkkvZ:Z 'Jiailfter Taking.
principle of each Ingredient la thoroughly extracted by
my new method of dlstllilna. nrrulurinv Hiii.inA
hileratlng spirit, and tha moat INF ALLIBLB saasedy lor
renovating Hit diseased system, and res oiin. tha alok.
sufTerlng and debilitated INVALID to UKA'.TH tmil
BICl.EAN'J HTHUNOTHBNINI OUH
Will sffectaally ear
LIVKR COMPLAINT, DYBPBPSIA. JAUNDiOd
Ohronio or Nervous Debility. Diseases of tha Kldnua
and all diseases artalaa fro as a disorders I l.hrn or Huia.
ach, Dyspepsia, UesirUiurn, Inward Piles, Acidity or tiioa-
nesa or tne otomacn, Fullness of Hlood to tha Head, Dull
pain or swimming in the bead, Palk-Utloa of tha Heart,
Fullness or Weight In tha Stomach, Sour BraotaUoae
Choking or suffocating feeling when lying down, Srvneas
or Yellowness of the Skin and stye. Night Sweatafln
ward Fevers, Pain In Uia small of (ha back, ohast or aid.
Sudden Flushes of Heat, Depression of Spirit, FrtghUul
Dreams, Languor, Despondency or any Nervous Disease,
Bores or Blotches on tha Akin, and v.... .ml A.,
Chills and Fevar.)
Over a rniliion ot uoulea
Have been sold during the last six month. .A in Busn.
stance has It failed in giving enttra aatlsfaciicn Who,
tlien, will suffer from Weakness or Debility wheu Mr
LKAN'S BTRRNQTIIENINO CORDIAL will cuie youl
No Isnguage can convey an adeauuta Ulea of Uia imm..
diale and almost miraculous change produced by taking
this Cordial in the diaraaed, debilitated aod shattered
nervous sj stem, whether broken down hi excess, weak t-
nature, or Impaired by sickness, the relaxed and unslrurg
organisation Is restored to its pristine health and vigor.
Or others conscious of Inshlllrv. from wrutovap nnu
will find McLean a Strengthening Cordial a thorough
regenerator of the system; and ail who msv hava Iniurxl
themselves by Improper Indulgences, will find in the Cor
dial a certain and speedy remedy.
To Ilia Ladies.
McLean' Si reii allien in Ctrdial
Is a sovereign and speedy cure for - "'
0!trui-te1 or Difficult Menstruation, Inconllntnc of
unua or iiivoiuuiary viscnargo rncreoi, failing of Use
Womb, dtddlness, Fainting and all Diseases Incident to
Tliorsj U no Mistake About it.
Suffor no longer. Take It according to Directions. It
wlllsllmubtie, strengthen and Invigorate you and causa
me Moomof nealih to mount your cheek again.
every wins is warranted lo give satisfaction
If your children are aleklv. tmiiv.orafllleted. McLsan'a
Codial will make them healthy, fat and robust. Delay
I a moment, try It, aud yon will b oonvloced.
T IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
Oiuniis beware uf Drairglataor Dealers who saa.
try to palm upon yoa some Bitter or Harsaparllla trash
wuicn mey can nuyeneap, ny aayinc It s justs good.
Avoid such men sAsk tor McLean'a Strengthening Cor-
iai, ana lane noiningeuw ll is tne only remedy that
will poiify the blood thorouirhlv and at the sun tim.
strengthen the system.
One tahlesuoonful taken every morning fasting, la a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chilla and Fever, Yellow
Fever, or any prevalent diseaara. It Is pal np In large
Price oo tv t er tottlw, or bottles for5.
1. H. McLBAR,
Sola Proprietor of this Cordtid,
Also McLean a Volcanic Oil Linlmeiit.
Prtr .1)1 Deiot on Ihe corner of Third and Pint streets, '
St. L.ls. Mo.
McLeau'a Volaioic Oil Lioimeov.
The best Llnlcant tn the World. Tha only safe and
certain cure for dancers Piles, Swellings aod Bron
chills, or lloltro, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weakness of tin
Mui.i, Unrooio or Inflammatory Khesmatism, StII
ncas of the Joints, contracted Muscles or Ligaments
Karache or Toothache, Bruises, Sprains, Woun.ls, fresh
Cuts, Ulcere, Fevar Sores, Caked Breasts Bora Nipples,
Barns, Scalds, Son Thoat, or any Inflammation or rain,
no difference how severe, or ho long the diaeaaa may
have existed. McLenn's Celebrated Liniment la a car
Thousands of human Kings hava been saved a Ufa oi
decrepitude and misery by the as of this invaluable med
cine. McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
Wllrarelleva fain almost Instantaneously and It wll
cleanse, purify aud heal the fouloal sores la an incrcdi
ly short time.
For Home and oiber Anlniala.
McLean s celebrated Liniment la tha only safe and re
liable remedy for tha core of Spavin, Ring Bona, Wind
galls, Splints, Unnatural Barnps, Nodes or Swellinga- It
will never fail to trara Big Head, Poll Kill, Fistula. Old
running gore or Sweeny, if properly applied. For
Sprains, Braise. Scratches, gore or Woanda, Cracked
Ileala, Chafes, Saddle or Collar flails It si an Infallible
remedy. Apply It as directed, and a curs Is eartain la
Then trille no longer with tha many worth lens Llm
men la offered to yoa. Obtain a soddIv of Dr. McLean s
aelitbrated Liniment. It will euro you.
J. II. mcLEANs Bole Proprietor,
Corner of Third and Pin Streets, 8t. Louis. M"
For sale by all druggists.
for sale hy RObRRTI at SAMTTEL.
augao-dtwlj Ooluml.os. Obit,.
an experienced Nurse and Female Physician, pressxts
to the attention of mothers, her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
which greatly facilitates the nroceaa of teethlnr. b soil
enlng the gums, reducing all Infiasimaiion will allay
a Li. I' A lis and spasmodic action, and la
811 HE TO HEUILITE THE BOWtl.il
Depend upon It, mothers. It will live rest to f ourselves
BELIEF AUD HEALTH TO TOTJH DsTAHli
Wa have put ud and sold this article for over ten wears.
and CAN SAY, IN CONFIDENCE AND TRDTB, of it,'
smi we nave never pern anie 10 aav or any other meat
sine NEVER HAS IT FAILED. IN AS1MGLB INbT-
ANCK, TO EFFECT A CURB, when timely need. Nev
er did we know an Instance of dissatisfaction by any one
who used ii. On tha contrary, all ara delighted with Its
operations, and speak lu terms of commendation of Its
sua leal eftecle and medical virtue. We speak in this
matter "WHAT WB DO KNOW;" after ten years' expe
rience, AND I'l.KDOB OUR REPUTATION FOR TUB
FULILLMBNT Off WBAT WB HIRE BKOLARB. In
almost every instance where the Infant Is suffering from
pain and exhaustion, relief will be fonnd in fifteen or
twenty minutes aftar theSyrup la administered.
This valuable preparation la the creeorlntlnn of ona of
the most EXPERIENCED and SKILLFUL NURSES in
New England, and lias been used with NEVER FA1L-
INU BUtJUKbS in '
THOIIKANDft OF CASES.
It not only relieves tha ootid from pain, oat Invigor
ates tha stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and gives
tone and energy to tha whale system. It will almost In
GE:P.RQ ID- THE BOW IIS, AID WLf J COLIO
and overcome oonvalstons, which. If not speedily rente .
died, end In death. We believe It the URaT and SCR
EST REMEDY IN TI1H WORLD, In all oases of DYS
ENTERY and DIAURIKBA IN CHILDREN, whether .
It arises from teething, or from any other cause. . W -would
say to every niolhsr whohssa ckild suffering frosa
any of tbe foivgvirg complaints DO NOT LET YOUR
PREJUDICES NOR TilH FKBJUDIOKdOF OTHERS
Itaud between yoe and your sudorlng child, and tha re
lief that will be SUHE-)ea- ABSOLUTELY SUttB-lo
follow ths us of thismsdiciue, it timely used. Full dl-re-'tlous
for asing will aooomimny each bottle. None
Reuuiii unl.m Hie fac simile of OURTISfc PERKINS,
ew York, is on the ontslde wrapper, -i .
Sold by ail Drnggiata Uiraughout the World. .' i
Prl iclpal Ollice, 13 Cedar Slreel N.t i .
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
WM. KNADE & CO.,
THsVIH NMV Al,B--1"' ini'
iV ZOOM, XO.
150 BALTIMORE HZA
NOS. 1, S, 4 and 7 N. EUTAW 8TKI
Offer for uia their ealebrated ;
GOLDEN MEDAL, , . - '
URANU v - .'
PIANO-FORTES.: : x
Being highly recommended by the arst Frofeeaose aa4
Mnslcsl AmalMranf th. enuntrr, and
The most faslldlous eeslomer may rely up, kelesv
plessed In every rasped. ;
terms liberal. WM . KM ABB a CO. '
SELTZER a WEBSTER, Aranta,
0ct2r3;lydw. , , Oolumbae, Ohio. ,
M. C. LILLET ;,;
; Uf Elaak-Book. Kanvifanturer,
ioux Eioa rrsxxr, ooitnaTj, ceioj