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IT Office Mm. 86, 88 and 40, Forth High 8t.
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AdvettlMmenta leaded ni placed Id th column of
"owlal Notlcoa,"aotie'-aiiiirf;
Vll .iullce raqulreo to be published by law, legalratea.
I f or.t-rvu on the lualrte exclntlvely alter tbeflrat week
per cen:. more than the abote rate; bat all loch wll
,pper In the Tri-Weekly wllhotttcharg.
fcualneaa Carda, not eaoeedlng Ave line, per year, ln
i ile, fi50por line; ontaide fl.
Nellceo of meetlnga, charltablea ocletlei.flr eompanlea,
AlHrautitnt atvtrtitemmf im urn yuwjvr
1 Ivunct Tt rule 111 not b taried frem. . "
Weekly, mme price aa the Dally, where the adwrtlier
o the Weekly alone. Where DaUy and Weekly
a re both used, then the charge lf the Weekly will h
o n the ratea of the Daily
Wo advertisement taken oxeept for a definite period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring & Water Sti.,
OolumtouB , OtliO.
W. B. POTTS & CO.,
MACmNISTS,
And Manuractureri of Bran and Oompoaitlon Calling,
rinlihtd Bras Work of all Detcriptlon.
Electro Plating and Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTING, &C.
hbl 0-dly
gSslfivJ. B. Beauraan
A RESIDENT DESTI8T.
ALL. TIIOSKKFCHHBINOTIIE8F.K.
rice of a Dentlnet, and favoring Dr. b. with th.lr
patronnKe may rely on having latlsfaction given. The
tee will be required on the completion of an operation.
Office Four Doors Niirth of the American Hotel, over
RudUill't Hat 8 to re.
Oolnmbna Jan 7-dly
P. A. B. SIMKIS3,
Attorney at "Xuzz-w
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Offloe Aibb . Dnlldlng,' oppotlie Capitol Square.
. COICMBUB, OHIO,
MasnfactJiring Coapasy
till S 0 0 S P.i.'J Kv.w..S V.
r
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Xatitins", KU-etktliir, KMfciaar.
ALIO,
"Worls.
0 CTIIT DISCXimOM.
COLDBIHCS, OHIO.
OflAA. AM BOB, Bap I r. AUB08,,Tiea.
decll. 1858-tl
MILLINERY GOODS.
S20,000W0RTH
...... OF
Millinery and Fancy Goods
Rll. WAKE WWULD BEKPECX.
fully Inform the Cltiiemof Columbuaand Vi
cinity that hla Block of
FALL AND WIHTEB HULTNZBT
18 NOW COMrLITE,
And bolng particolarlr ' dealroat f
reducing bis .lock Immedi
pfeln l will Sell,
VR0MTHI3 DATE, AT
CRtATLy REDUCED PRICES.
YOU CAN GET
Bargains! Bargains! Bargains!
By Calling
' ' -I. - AND
EXAMINING H1S STOCK!!
HE BELLS EVERY VARIETY OF
MILLINERY & FANCY COODS
. TOGETHEH WITH A
Large Stock? of Notions,
' ;ao, to'. ! .
TTPPrlce. nin.l and .ball bo tatli-
factory
CALL, AT
i ' - R. H Ware's :
BONNET. ROOMS,
NO. 88 EAST TOWN BTBEET,
OOIiTJMBTJS,
i . - OHIO
')) l
octSldSm
M. 1M POWERS & BRO
, r m r i ! ' : ' '
DIAL (N IMrORTtD AND D0MUT10
CIOAHM - : ;.
tOBAOOO. ' -
f'AND. JANCT ABTIOtIB
No. II East Stat Rtrest, between JJiB.nd
the roit-uiuce.vommoaa, unro.
GOLDEN HIIX 8I1IHTM,
OOLDKN HILL BHIRT8,
-"V: jt UOLDKN 11ILL BH1RTB. 1
The nattem of theae ahlrla are new. The Bodies, Yokes,
leave and Ixnoma are formed to Bt the peraon with eaae
aod comfort. The mark upon each one designating the
sia. may he relied on at being correct, and each emrt la
uaranleed well made, v A fall stock of all qualities
oonatentlyforttleat ., . BAIN'B,
BorW. i ' ' Woi M Booth High treet.
FAUOV DHESS SILKS, 1
IAN0Y DBE8S SILKS,' - '!
. FANOY DKEBB SILKS,
W an now otfsring oar lnmsnie stock of Fancy Dress
Silk at price leu than ever before offered In thl city.
The attention of the ladle of this city and vicinity I
SJllolttd, a ourtock I very select and oomP'JteJn ,u
grade of good In tbl line. - . PTE BAIN,
DOVM. " - - No. W South Illghtret. -
For medical Pnrpo." i '
PTJBK BEANDBIKS.WINB8, CORDIALS, AND BIT
ni from 'Bonded Warehouse "
X Teas, from -'Bonded Warehouse
wm. McDonald, .. ,
' . 108 Soatb High itreet.
botST- 3 a i' 3 k A
MALTESE 4t T11KEAD LACK ITIITTS
of elegant quallUea for Ladle; aim, Blisses' Mitts
great variety it ' ,. BalN'S.
ay3
111
3,
ANNUAL PROSPECTUS
i I
Of
WEEKLY lllllll
ONE DOLLAR
PREMIUMS FOR CLUBS!!
THE WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN 19 PRINTED ON
-A. MAMMOTH SHEET,
AT THE LOW RATE OFJ . . "
i-ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR!
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
It is an old and reliable Democratic Journal, and, as a political paper, has
lYo Superior in Ohio or aoy other State!
n addition to its political character, it is a first class newspaper, furnishing Its readers with the
GENERAL NEWS OF THE DAY,
An epitome of the stirring events constantly occurring at home and abroad, and choice miscel
laneous selections. It also gives tho latest and most reliable
MARISjEST news
From all the principal marts of Trade and Commerce.
The Busiiicss Man, the Mechanic, the Farmer and the Laborer
Will each find their tastes and interests consulted and attended to in the columns of
7 DEE 23 "W JiJlil'ELTiMSr STATESMAN".
During the session of Congress and the Ohio Legislature, the readers of the Wkeklt 8tatm
in will be furnished with a concise report of the doings of each of those bodies,
nurino- the naat veer, the circulation of the Wekkly Statbw an has increased very rapidly,
MAN
beinpj now more than double what it was twelve months ago. It is our desire to extend lU cir
culation, not only in Ohio, x
But in all the States and Territories West of TJs!
In proportion as it is diffused among the people, its usefulness will be increased; and wo invite
our political and personal friends to aid us in giving to the Weekly Statesman
The Largest Possible Circulation
Among the people. The price of the paper is bo low that no Democrat need be wilhout it. As
an inducement to friende to aid us in increasing the circulation of the Weekly Statesman, we
WiUtCiVe A PREMIUM OF THIRTY DOLLARS
To the person who will, by, the 1st day of January, 1861, send us the largest Club of yearly
subscribers, with the cash for the same; TWENTY DOLLARS to the person ho sends us tho
second largest Club of eubscribers as aforesaid; TEN DOLLARS to the pereort who eends i cs
the third largest Club of eubscribers as aforesaid; and to each person who sends ua a Club of
ten yearly eubscribers, with the cash for the same, we will send a copy of tho
Weekly Statesman One Year without Charge!
IT Those who are willing to competo for the Premiums, or solicit subscribers for the States
man, can cut this Prospectus out of the paper and attach to it a strip of writing paper, ou which
to record the names of all perrons who may become subscribers.
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBLISH EB8 OHIO bTATESMAX.
TtlK
SI A !I.SM
I.
PER ANNUM !
NAMES.
STONE'SBAZAAR.
No. 4 Gwynne Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HARRl
ABE NOW RECEIVlnlGTIIElK WIN
TER QOODS, and lovite the public to lnrpect
them. No auch atock of Oooda baa ever been brought to
thli market. The South, In conaeqaenc of the failure
of the grain crop, ha not been able to purchase the us
ual quantity of rich good, and this fact has forced the
Importer to eU them at publio auction. Our buyer
(Mr. Btone) being la New York at these large sales, took
idrantage of them, and we can and will aell our good
here, at less than any one who purchased two weeks since,
paid for them in New York. Our stock It complete In
ever department of
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
OTTOMAN VELOURS,
BROCHE VALENCIAS,
PRINTED MERINOS,
. PRINTED COBURGS,
- . DYED COBUG3;
BLACK ALPACAS,
ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS, PRINTS,
' DELAINES.
SHAVLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day,
At one naif the Cost of Impoitatlon.
LADIES' FURS,
In all Varieties, ol tuo ceieorateu
. nanufatnre of C, O. Gun
there & Sen
HOSIERY dTpARTMENIY
Men's, Ladle aod Children's Under Bhlrts and Drawers;
Ladle, Misses and Children's Hosiery of all kinds. In
Wool and Lamb' rrooi; rieeoj i.uieu ana i'"
of every make.
'" V.,.'', ALBO
A complete assortment of all the uaual varie
ties of .
LADIES' CLOTHS,
CASSIMfiKE.3,
OVERCOATINGS,
... . TWEEDS,
FLANNELS,
' RIBBONS.
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
ladies and Gent's Linen Cambric Hand-
. . -., kerchiefs,, Ac., &c.
To person who call on ns, w pleJge our word to
show them the largest, best and cheapest stock of Oooda
ever seen In this market, or pa them on dollar par
hour wnii rooaiog.; . . ;
decl-dl2tUw. ' 8T0NB It O'HaRltA
GENUINE FAMILY LIQUORS.
WM. B. MOUEHOUSE & CO.,
i Importers and Wholesale Dealer In
Braudios, Wines, Gins and Segan,
beg leav to call the attention of the oltlsen of th Uni
ted Btate to their Pur Wine and Liquors, put up an'
j.. ih.irnan li iwnrlalia. tor Family and Medical Use,
i M.M Hurled to anil eustomer. Cluli, Military and
other public bodtee, wno require w fiurcnan imi"i
mall auanUties. la casks or bottles, will be liberally
dealt with.. Fries List sent on application.
OLD MOREHOUSE BITTERS
Recommended by the nrat physicians as th belt reme
A. known far DvsDDla. Indlcoitlon, Debility, and all
Nervous Disease. A a beverage, It 1 pur, whole
tome, and delicious to the tut. Bold by all Druggist
I WM. B. MOREHODSB A 09., Prop'rt,
.) '. 3 fc S Exchange Place,
: ! . ,JerojrCltjr, It. J
; P. B. The snhscrtber wish to Sngag a few active
men, as Local and Traveling Agents for their house,
WBom noerai muaeemenla will be ouerea. ror panio
alars, addree as above. '' oct30-d8o
TTIANCV LINEN AND BILK FANS)
IN
E nowatyles;
iRlbboa Bound, .Extension end In1
dlaa Fan at
BAIN S
' ' ". South High street
mayS3 "
to
NAMES.
Fite Insurance!
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
Fire & Life Insurance Co.
37 Castle treet. Liverpool . 20 and 21 Poultry, London.
Office, SU Wall and til fine streets, fiew lorn.
TROKAS KOODIZ, Agent, Columbus, Ohio.
Paid up Capita I, Murpltta
and Keaerved Innds SGi()(!0uHr
Invented liillil Country over..K(Hr,i 0
w cany Kevenue, over s,oiui'mu
IT7Tho ghareholden personally respoaslble for en-
ganement 0I the Company. All Directors mctt be nbsre
hol'ters. Director and Shareholders In New York :
James Brown, Esq., Chairman. Francis Ootlenet, Esq.,
ueputy unairman.
H. Archibald, B. B. U. Corsul Eune Dutilh, Kiq.
Joseph Gaillard. Jr., Esq. H. Qrlnnell, Ksq.
Alexander uammoo. jr., ciq. r.. i. caoueraou, t-iij
Al.ix. IlAMtLTOR, Jr., Lsq.,
Counsel of the Board.
Alprkd Faxb, Esq , Besident Secretary.
Local Board lo Cincinnati:
N. W. Thomaa, Esq. J. D. Jonea,Eiq. RufuiKlng.Esq.
Thompson Neare, Kiq. Hob't llucnauan, fciq.
The nnderslined. Aient In this city, will I e happy to
receive application for Insuranoa in the slwve Company,
AT TUB CITY BANK.
tie can recommend It With entire confidence to all desir
ous of obtaining protection against LOBS BY F1BK.
No Charge for Policies.
novlB-tf TH08. MOODIK.
HOLIDAYS.
FANCIES.
Such articles a you lir for yonr HUSBAND
Such as you need for your WIFE
Such u arc propvr for your DAUGHTER.
Such as your SISTER will pralt you for.
Such a yonr BROTHER can me.
Such a you troflf for THE ONE YOD LOVE BK8T.'
Such aa will be good for the" BLBSSED BABY."
Such as all ttek for,
Hay be found In variety, in my new atock of
WATCHES, CHAINS, JEWELRY,
PLATED GOODS,
And general assortment of
Fancy and Uisful Artieles.
WM. BLYNN,
No. 10 Buckeye Block.
December, I860.
FAMILY FLOUK.
yyillTE WHEAT, BRANDED
"BHOWJJ'iiAitH."
From "Barnett Mill," Springfield, 0. the best brand of
rlour brought to our market. Batiiractton guaranteed
For sale only at WM. McDONALD'8,
novli luff Boutn mgn street.
Ho) iday Presents.
ntiiiros.
DeLAINES.
MERINOS'
j tnini if. r.Sf vnass 011,119,
and all
kinds of fashionable
"Winter Eros a Goods.
we are now offering at very low price.
tjiif.it Bain,
decSI. No. SSBouih llighatreet
Save Your Honey.
T AM NOW RECEIVING SVBSCRIP-
L . lion for all th Magaalneaand Literary paper m
tne country anu out 01 u; amongnne lonner, in torn
hill. Temple Bar, the Allantlo, Harper. Godey, Peterson
Knickerbocker, ficieciio, niacawoou, tne britun quarter
lies. see. Ac. Bubacrlbers can set them KAHLIBR,
OilBAPEKand free of Postaee, by sending their Snb
criptlon through u.a. Hit'UAHii komnkuy,
decll 1 riate street.
Watches and Jewelry.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF WATCH
Xaes, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Ac, kept constant
y on nana at
tt. KIRKPATRICK'S,
No. ICS, South High Street, Columbus, 0.
irP Watches and Jewelry repaired.
dec4 d3m.
GENTLEMEN'S NEt'H I EH,
CKNTLBMEN'8 NKCK TIES,
GENTLEMEN'S NECKTIES.
Th most desirable assortment In th city and at annul
ly low prices. v petekbain,
nov24. ' No. 90 South High street
TLEGANT PLAIN BLACK 8II.KSF0B
JJJ Street Basques and Mantles
also, Rich Trimmla
and Tassel to match, at
BAIN
nayS3
A PPLEHI -APPLEM!
2 A. lOObbls. Oholc Apple received on eonitgnmmt
for sale by
HCh.SU St MKBTlKaUA.,'
34 N. High street
(Dip Sintoman
TXBX8.
Dally, pereai.
Tri-Weekly, per
Weekly, per yea
111 110
, :t (w
. I 00
Farewell Addresses of Southern Senators.
IWe sUUd Wepuesday tliatSenatora Yulo and
Mallorj, of Florida, Clay aod Fittpatrlclt, of
Alabama, and Dvls of Mississippi, whoso
States bare seceded from tba Union, took their
final leave of the Seuate In brief addresses on
Monday. The following Is the mnin portion of
the remarks of the retiring Senators :
Mr. Mallorv. of Florid, resetted acts which
caused the separation, but Justified tbe Sum.
He deprecated civil wvr, out 4'.a toat me
South would never submit to dtgredalioo or
constrained existence uuder a violated Couati
tution. lie acknowledged a tbouaand acts of
courtesy from the other elide of the Chamber,
and from true champions of right ou this side.
But there aro many dimcuiiici wnicn may arise,
and among them is, which I am not ashamed
to say I dread, civil war. But whatever dan
ger may come upon us, we are a united peo
ple. Yet I Implore, I entreat amj pt3j jOU
not to mistake the facts audorce ua Into a war.
Tbe South will uever submlc to the last do"
gradation of a constrained existence under a vi
olated constitution. We do not seek to con
quer j&u, and we knew jou could never cou-
quor us. Hut II, In a moment ol pride aod iu-
latuation, jou bbould tuiurue jour nanus In our
blood, there kill be such a contest aa was nev
er before cecu. In thus leaving tho Senate to
return to my own State, there to serve ber with
my unfaltering head and heart, l am very nap
py to acknowledge ten thousand acts of courte
sy and kindness which I have lectired from
senators on tne opposite side, and which I shall
remember through life, aud to whom I am in
debted for much which I shall not oulr cherish,
but recall with pleasure. Aud.tir, iu parting
on this sido from truo end tried friends, tbe
noble representatives of the free peoplu of the
North, who are true to themselves the noble
champions oi truth and justice it is not strange
that we should feci that whatever tbe future
may have In store for us, it will be bricht
ened by the recollection of the loyalty aud
many acta of friendship which have charac
terized our intercourse, and which, In my judg
ment, will bind them to us by ties i f kiudiif s
forever.
Mr. Yulce, the colleague of Mr. Millory, ex
pressed similar sentiments
Mr. Clay, of 'Alabama 1 riee to announce,
for my colleague and mjseli, that the people
of Alabama have adopted an ordiuance of separ
ation, and that they aro all in fitvor of rrub
drawing fioin this Union. I wish it to be un
derstood that this is the Act of the people 0!
Alabama, in taking this momotuous step. It U
nearly forty-two years since Alabama came in.
to this Union. Sbo entered it amid violence and
excitement, caused by the hostility of the JS'ortb
against tbe institution of slaver; at the South.
U is this same spirit of boHiiiity at tho North,
which has effected the cece'siou of Mississippi,
oou'.n Lxtrouna, ucorcia, florid, and Alaba
ma. It has denied Christian cammuuiualion,
because li could not endure what it styles tho
leprosy of slavery. It refuses 03 ptrmiseion to
pass through the North with our property, in
violation of tbe Constitution and tbe laws of
Congrees designed to protect that property. It
has refused us any share in the lands acquired
mainly by our diplomacy, our blood, and our
treasure. It has robbed u of our property,
aud reluaed restoration. It has refused to de
liver op criminals againat our laws who fled to
tbe North with our property, or wijh blood up
on their hands, and it threatened us with pun
ishment and murdered .Southern men who at
tempted the recoyy ol their property. It in
vaded tbe borders of Southern ataUj, burned
the dwellings and murdered the families. Habit
ual violators of the rights of humanity, tbey
ave exhausted all that liumau ingenuity can
devise, and ail that diabolical malice cu iu-
veut, ta heap indignity upon us, and make us
by word, a hiesinc and a scorn throughout the
civilized world. Yet we bore all this lor many
yeaM, and might have borne it many years long
er, under tne oil repeated abearance ana fondly
cherished hepe that theee things were not the
action and feeling of a majority, but a miuoritv
party.
lint ilia lailure 01 these promises and our
hopes have conclusively proved to us ibat there
Is 110 hope. The platform ol tho republican
parly we regard as a declaration of war agalntt
tbe lives and Institutions of tbe Southern peo
ple. It not only reproaches us as unchristian
ud heathenish, and imputes to ti a sin and
orime, but adds words insulting and hostile to
our domcstio tranquility. In its declaration
that our negroes are entitled to liberty aud
quality with wblto men, it is in spirit, if not in
fact, a strong incitement to insurrection, arsou,
murder, and other crimes. And, to sggravato
tbe insult, the same platform denies us equality
with northern white men or free negroes, and
brands us as an in er'.or race To cap the cli
max of insult to our feelings, and this menaces
to our right, this party nominated for tho Pres
idency a man who not only endorsed the plat
form, and promised to enforce its plociples,
but disregards tbe judgments of your court;,
tbe obligations of your couslitutioa, and
the requirements of his oih, by approv
ing any bill to prohibit slavery in the Ter
ritories of tbe United Slates. A large majority
of the northern people have declared their ap
proval of the platform and candidates of that
nartv in the late election. It is the solemn ver
dict ol the people of the North that the slave-'
holding; communities ot tbe south are to be
outlawed and branded with Ignominy and con
signed to execration aud ultimate destruction.
Sir, are wo iookco. upon as more or leas tban
men? It is expected that we can or will exer
cise that godlike virtue that beareth all things,
bellevctb all things, bopeth all things, endureth
all things, which tells us to love our enemie1,
and bless them that curse us 1 Are we expect-
ed to be denied the sensibilities, the sentiments,
the passions, the reasons, the instincts of men?
Have not we pride and honor? Have we no
sense of shame, no reverence for our ances
tors, aad care I for our posterity? Have ws no
love oi home, ot family, of friends? Must we
confess our basenccs, discredit the fame of our
sires, dishonor ourselves and degrade our pos
terlty, abandon our homes, flee our country-
all, all for the sake of the Union? Must we
agree to live under, the nan or our own gov
ernment? Must we acquiese In the inaugura
tion ola President chosen by confederate and
hostile States, whose political faith constrains
him to deny us our constitutional rights? Must
we consent to live uuder a government which
we belUve will henceforth be administered by
those who not only aeny us justice ana equali
ty, but brand us as interiors? whose avowed
orinclples and policy must destroy our domestic
tranquility, and imperil the lives of our wives
and children, and ultimately destroy our States?
Must we live by choice or compulsion under
the rule of those who preeent us the alterna
tive of an Irrepressible cenfliet in defense of our
,4 . a . .v.---..-.I-
altars and Our firesides, or the manumission
OI our eiaves, acu tneir auojiuBiou 10 social
equality? No, sir,. never, never! The free
men of Alabama have proclaimed to the world
that they will not, and have proven their sincer
ity by seceding from tne union, ana braving
all the dangers of a separato and independent
nation amoug the powers of the earth. As
true and loyal citizen of the State, approving
of her action, acknowledging entire allegi
ance, and feeling that 1 am. absolved by her
from all my obligations to support tbe Constitu
tion of tbe United States I withdraw from this
body, Intending to return to the boson of
mother, ana - snare ncr late ana maintain
fortunes. .
Mr. Fifgpatilck concurred In all his colleague
(Mr. Clay) said-
Mr. Davis, of Miss , announced the secession
of his State, and Justified the act, He explain,
ed the difference between nuillificatlon and se
cession, and after stating that iMissl'sippl
declared her Independence, added) '
"This is done with no hostility or any desire
to' Injure any section of the country, not even
for our pecuniary benefit, but from the high
and Bulla fouBdation of defoDdiDR sod protecl
inj too ripjhu wo Inherited, and transmitting
Ibcm unaliorn to our posterity. I know I. feel
no hostility to you Scnttorg here, and am euro
there ia not one of you, whatover may have
becntliB aliarp discuBaion between us, to whom
I cannot now day, in the presence of my God,
I ftleh you w.li'l And eurh is the feeling, I
am sure, the peo lo I repremnt leel towards
those whom yon reprctent. , therefore, feel I
but express their desire when I say 1 hope and
they hope for those peaceful relations with you,
though we must part, that may be mutually
benefloial to us in the future, There will be
peace if you will it, and you may bring disas
ter on every put of the country, If jou thug
will have it. And it you will haro it thus,
we will iuvuke the God of our fathers, who
delivered as from the paw of tho lion, to pro
tect us from the ravage of the bear; and thus,
putting our trust iu God and our own firm
hearts and troug arras, we will vindicate and
defend the rights we claim. Ia tho courte of
my long career I hare met with a great varie
ty of men bore, and there have been point of
oollision between us Whatever (if eiTense
there has been to me, I leave here I oirry no
hostile feelings away. Whatever of offense I
have given, which hits not been redressed, 1
am willing to ray to Senator", in thU hour of
parting, I offer ou my apology for anything I
ma; hve dune in the Sen i to, and I jo thus re
leased from obligation, remembiriiig no injury
I have rercived, and having discharged whnt
I deem the duty of ma to offer, the only re
paration at thi.i li nr fir every injury I huve
ever inflicted."
Aa tueSenotors fiom Florida, Alabama and
Mississippi were about to retire from the bcuate,
all tbo Democratic Senators crowded around
them and shook hands with them. Messrs.
Hale and C.imerou wore the only Republictn
Senators that did hj.
Morbid Action of the Mind.
BUpon this subject a late number of the Edin
burgh R'titw has tbe following:
There cn be found no uioie curious chap
ter in tbo history of the human bjdy and mind
than ill At which relate to the pheoomeuon of
morbid attention directed to its dillerent organs.
The power of influencing any pirtiouUr portion
of the animal economy by the concentration ol
our attenllou up'ia it, I eo marvelous that we
wonder the method of it3 action has not been
more iborouply Investigated than it appears t.
have been. It would seem as though the mind
possessed iho powor of modifying tbe functions
of distant parts of the body", and of exciting
sensations quite independently of any act of
voll ation The were act of attention (o any
pirticulur organ over which wo po3esno mus
cular conttol ij sufliciect to produce some
alteration of its lunctious Tbu, wo may
wi!! ih:H a epot la t)ie tkiu shall itch,
and it will itch, if we can only local
ize our attention upon the point sufficiently; by
directing our thoughts to the heart it rapidly
beat, by soliciting the lo-ver intestine it is
quickly brought into action. There is scarcely
an orgau of I ho body that li not liable to be in
terfered with by simply concentrating thcatten
tion'upou it. W bole regions of super tibial nerves.
such as thoie ot tbo ekin lo the neck, may be
exalted in their uctiou to the bifheet decree,
by tho mcro tipectutation of being tickled
there This iiervous attention may become ro
peraisteutas to cause actual discaeo We hive
a familiar instance la djupcpsia, where tbe pa
tient h forever thinkiag of bis stomach, and at
lastdiseesed function degenerates into diseased
organizttiou, and he falls into the-coodiiioa of
a-helpless hypochondriac. But ,if an attitude
of cotccnirattd attention-opon his mere animal
functions Is thus capable ol producing disease in
them, what tSWt baa it upon the mind iihtlf ?
Sir Henry Holland iti remarked that it appears
to be a conditiou of our wonderful existence,
that while we caa safely use our faculties in
exploring every part of outward nature, that
no uauuut uuam.u iuobo powers wnen directed
Inward o the source and center of their opera
tionsin other words, the mind, when it per
sists for any JeDetb of time in analtzinir itself.
scorpion-like stings and destroys its owu action.
That we can as readily Injure our brains as our
stomachs by pertinaciously directing our atten
tion to fancied diseases iu them c in not be
doubted, and that mere perversion of ordinary
modes of thought, buch as may exist is minds
only functionally disordered, may be lixed by
the aciioa cf morbid attention, eo as to con
stitute permanent aberration, is equally cer
tain. Hencf, as Doctor Winslo says, "the
extreme danger of no: exercising, like trust
wot thy ecntlucle, a watchful supervision and
active controlling influence over every
thought, and tba evil that ailses from not
keeping in a state of strict eubordinution tbe
mental emotions. The fearful mischief from
neglecting by resolute mental efforts to battle
witn the erratic suggertiocs or an unduly exci
ted and flighty imagiDatloo.tokeepin abeyance.
and even to strangle, in their birth, unhealthy
impressions struggling to fix and engraft them
selves upon tbo easily moulded, plastic, and
yielding fancy, cannot be over-estimated or ex
aggoiated." And lot it not be supposed that
this is needless advice, or that It is a rare thing
to find reasou struggling manfully with tbe
promptings of insanity Bishop Butler tells us
that lie was ail bis life struggling against dev
ilish suggestions, and nothing but the sternest
watchfulness enabled him to beat down thoughts
that otherwise would have maddened hire, ilia
case is but an example of that of thousands of
persons with whom we come in coutacl every
day, who under a calm exterior conceal con
flicts between the reason and tbe first prompt
ings of insanity of the most terrible kind.
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TO THE PUBLIC !
In view cf making a change In our concern, we will
oiler oar
ENTIRE STOCK OF GOODS
FOR FIFTEEN DAYS, COMMENCING! WITH
Monday, the 11th day of January,
O O ST !
This Stock of Uood Is now admitted to be the most
desirable In the Oentre of the Stats and oners a rare op.
portunlly to Houie Keepers and others for purchasing
their supplies.
The whole Stock will be sold without reserve, exerpt-
log
YANKEE NOTIONS,
ZKPflYR WORSTEDS,
AND ALEXANDER'S KID Q LOVES
TERMS, CASH ONLY.
Columbus. January 13, IP31. P. BAIN.
REMOVAL.
Ta II. TAFT HAM KEMOYKD III
XJ stock of DRY GOODS from No. IV! South High
sireei, 10 nil m iianu, no. to worm mgn street,
Thompson's Building, where he will be pleased to see
his old customers, and all new ones that way come, where
be will sell theoi chean goods.
A large lot of fjAKPK rs on hand, which will be sold
at cost, for cash, to oloae ihe stock.
D. 11. TAFT.
JanlH:dlm Corner High and Osysts.,Oolumhus.O.
High Sreet Store
rou hale.
THU TIIHKE MTOHY FIRE PHOOF
STORY HOUSE, No ICS, occupied ly Akin fc Kn
oiy.Slov Dealers, completely fitted with lOas, Fnmice
and Flolsllng Jack. The lot ia 100 by SO, and I offered
on reasonable term. Apply t
WM. B- BROWN,
janT dfcV. No. 33, North Third Street.
HENRY K4EIII.EK,
(Late of Phalon's Establishment, N. T.,) Proprietor
the New York Fashionable Shaving, Hair Cuttinr
Bhampoonlng, Ourllog and Dressing Saloon, No.
Eait State street, near lb Poat OBlce. Brat floor.
where satisfaction will be given In all lh various
branches. Ladle and Children' Ualr Dressing don
In the beet enyie. JyMI-fliy
T),ACK STRAW lIONNkl-sjArlDKl.
3 egant Ribbons. In great variety at BAIN'S,
ocU
No. 29, II lh street.
Scrofula, or King's Evil,
is
n oiinstitutionnl disease, a corruption of ths
blood, by which this fluid becomes vitiuted,
wluI;, und poor. Being in the circulation, it
prviidos tin; whole body, and may burst out
m disease tin any part of it. No organ is free
fiom its attacks nor is there 0110 which it may
nnt di'sfroy. The scrofulous tnint is variously
rnusril by incvcuiiul disease, low living, dis
ordi i.(l or unhealthy food, impure air, filth
ami filthy lmbits, the depressing vices, and,
above nil, by the venereal infection. SVhat
evr lie in origin, it is hereditary in the con
stitution, iWumliiig " from parents to children
unto the tlnul mid fourth generation;" indeed,
it sivm to be the rod of Him who says, "I
w ill visit the iniquities of the fathers upon
! 1 - i v children."
lr efl'cct-i commence by deposition from the
o'.ucd of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in
tin- Iuiil's livnr, mid internal organs, is termed
tuVrt"; in the glands, swellings; and on
tin: nufuep, eruptions or sores. This foul cor
ruption, which genders in tho blood, depresses
the niMies of life, so that scrofulous constitu
tions not only nufler from scrofulous com
plaints but tliey have fur less power to with
: t.li.l tl.L atUc!k4 of fclliU" tHaOaacn; Oonse
qtii'iiily va-,t numbers pcruh by disorders
t hkli, iil:liniili net scrofulous in their nature,
n:o still rendered fatal by tins taint in tho
sytrm. Most of tho consumption whioh (le
t iiimtcs the human family 1ms its origtntlircctly
in this scrofulous contamination; and mnuy
d' stnif;tivo discuses of tho liver, kidneys, brain,
ii.nl, indeed, of nil the organs, arise from or
arc n4iavated by the same cause.
'in1 quarter of all our people aro scrofulous ;
their persons aro invaded by this lurking in
fection, and their health is undermined by it.
To thaiise it from the system we must rcnovato
the blood by an alterativo medicine, and in
vigorate it by. healthy food and exercise.
Suth u medicine wo supply in
AYER'S
(.'oiiipound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the niot effectual remedy which tho medical
skill of our times can devise for this every
where prevailing and fatal malady. It is com
bined from the most nctivc remedials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
system from its destructive consequences.
Hence it should be employed for tho euro of
not only Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions which arise from it, such as Era'PTivE
and Skin Diseases, St. Anthony's Finn,
lio.si:, or KitYsiiT.iAS, Pimples, Pustules,
Bi.riTcm.s, Ui.aixs and Boils, Tumors, Tetter
and Salt Kiikum, Scald IIf.ad, Uimoworm,
Itiiia.MATisM, Syphilitic and MercukialIJis
i:asi:s, Duoi'hy, Dyspepsia, Df.iiility, and,
indeed, am. Complaints akisino tuom Vitia
ti;i on Imi'I.'ue Blood. Tho popular belief
iu " impurity vfthe Hood" is founded in truth,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The
pnrticiiitir purpose and virtue of this Sorsnpa
l ilhi to purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible iu
contaminated constitutions.
AYEE'S
Ague Oure,
FOll THE SPEEDY CURE OF
Intermittent niid
Fever, or Fever Ague,
IlciiiUtm-t Fever, Cliill Fever, Diimb
Afiie, Periodical lleadnclio, or Bilious)
Iien-lnt lie, nud Billon Fevers, Indeed
for ttie wlinle clr.au of disease orlgluat
1 11 .7 in lilliary deraugtmcnt, canaed ly
tlie Mnlurla of Dliaeuiatla Countries.
We nr? enabled here to offer the community a
rcni"ily which, while it cures the above eonipl-ainls
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any
quantity. SuVh a remedy is invaluable in districts
where these p.lllicting disorders prevail. This
"Genu" expels tho miasmatic poison of Ftvnit
and Agi.e from the system, and prevents the de
velopment or tne disease, if taken on the lust ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only
the best remedy ever yet discovered for this class
of complaints, but also the cheapest. The large
quantity wc supply fer a dollar brines it within the
acii ot every body -, anu in bilious uistricts, wncrs
l'KVEit anu Aqit. prevails every body should
have it and use it freely both for cure and protec
tion. A great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovored for the speedy and certain
cure of Intennittcnts is that it contains no Quinine
or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
other injurious effects whatever upon the constitu
tion. Those cured by it arc left U3 healthy as if
thev had never hud tbo disease.
l'cvcr and Ague is not nlonc the consequence of
the miasmatic poison. A great variety of disor
ders arise from its irritation, among which uro
Aeuralpia, Hkrumnlism, Uout, Jleadach.r, lilmd-
ncs3, looiimciif, r.aracitc, vaiarm, Asitma, 1 at
fiitalion, Va 'oif "I Affection of tbe Spleen, Uystrr-
us, 1 tun 111 im: mucus, cone, 1 araiysis unu ic
raitffement of the Stomach, nil of which, when
originating iu this cause, put on the intermittent
tape, or uctmnc periodical. This " C111E " expels
the poison from I he blood, and consequently cures
them all alike, it is an invaluable protection 10
immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing in tho malarious districts. If taken occa
sionally or daily while exposed to the infection,
that will be excreted from the system, and cannot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis
ease. Hence it is even more valuable for protec
tion than cure, and few will ever sorter from Inter
mittent! if they avail themselves of the proiTticn
this remedy o ffords.
Prepared by Sr. J. C. ATEB & CO., Lowell, Has.
ROBERTS A SAMUEL, Columbus
Acd by Druggists and Healers everywhere
nov!):lyd,tw5iw
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
in
all
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For Cincinnati, Dayton & Indianapolis!
Through to Indianaoolis withoat Change of Cars
and but One Change of Cars between
Columbus and St. Louis.
TIIRES TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS.
FIRST TRAIN.
(Dally, Mondays excepted.)
NI0IIT EXPRESS, via Dayton, at 2:45 a. m.. stop
Dine at London. Xcnla. Dayton. Iliddletown and Uamit
ton.arrlvin(atCincinnatial8:20a. m.: Dayton at 5:45
a. m.. Indlanopolis at 10:48 a, m.;tt. Loulsat 1150
P SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, at 6:10 a. m., atopplng at all Sta
tlon i between Columbus and Ciuoinnatl and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati 11:03 a. m., Dayton at tf: 15 a. m.,
lndianopolls af 2;'-H p.m.
THIRD TRAIN.
DAY EXPRESS, at 8:30 p. m,, stopping at AUon,
Jefferson, London, Charleston, Oedarville, Xenla,
Spring Vallev, Corwln, Morrow. Deerfleld, Foster'.
Loveland. Millfordand Plainvllle, arriving at Cincin
nati at 7:20 l. m.: St. Louia at 12 m; l)atou at o .w p.
m.i Indlanopolis at 10: p. m.
Sleeping Cara on all Nlffht Trains let
sjlucinnau isnu i.mwinii'.i,..
BAUUAOE CIIECKKD TIIIKItOII.
For further Information and Through Tickets apply
M. L. UOI1BKTY,
Tlotst Agent, Tnlon Depot. Oolumln. Ohio.
E. W. WOODWARD,
SnperlntendenU Cincinnati.
JNO. W. UOHERTY
julH Aoert, CclumlOS,
Just Beetiveal
1AA Nr. CH G HI. F.N and RLACK.
1UU TKAS 100 bags prime Rl.i Conee.
I AO pooketaold Dutch Uarernroent Java uooee.
T 5 bar Ceylon Coffee.
20bbil. standard White Sogare, consisting of Pow
died, Chruahed, Granulated A and 0 Ootfee
SO quintals Qeorge Bvnk Codfish..
80 bbls. Mess and No. 1 Mackerel.
5 tea. Pick Salmon.
100 b. Layer Kalslns.
ailht. box do , . do .
lOOqr.boi do d .
1 100 N Clears, different brands and grades.
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Yppl INVITE ATTENTION to some of the most
tritjrdlnary curea by my
PECTORAL SYRUP.
They are at home, and any one who has doubts can in
Hulre ol the person who hw been cuuu by it.
DR. KRYrER 18 PREPARED AT ANY TTMst Tft
EXAMINE LLN08 WITHOUT CHARGE, FOB ALL
inOUE WHO NEED HIS MEDICINE.
ATTEND TO YOUR COLDS A case of Ova tear. '
landing cured by DR.KEYSItR'S PE0TOUAL SYUDP.
PiTTsseaon, Jan. 11, IHuO.
Dx. Kkysiir My wife baa been afflicted with a bad
cough and difficulty of breathing, for Ave or six years, ,
which , for several years hack, had gradually increased ia
violence. Ihe complaint has beon hereditary, and he :
had been treated by several physicians without any re
lief. Iu this state of her catc, I procured some of your
Pectoral Cuueh Syrup. I bouKhU the first time, a flfl v
cent bottle, which relieved her very much ; I then called
aod got a dollar bottle, which cured her entirely, and
she has now no trace of the former disease, except weak
ness, i wouiu a, so siaie mat i used tne medicine a.y
self to a cold and c. ugh. The medicine ourwi me by tak
lug one dose I express my entire aaiisfatinu with tbe
medicine, and you are at li'oertv to oubli.h this if too
deilretndoso. WM. WILSON,
Alderman Fifth Ward
Pittsbfroh, Nov. 19, 1858.
Da. K.v.ir : Although nnt ao advocate of Patent
Medicines, in general, it atrorda me pleasure indescriba
ble to reconimeod your Pectoral 8yrup. Asa metiiciDC
it is well worthy tbe attention of ai,y peraon ho may in
any manner be afflicted wilh couirhs, colds aud hoarei,eK.
of an bind, and fcr the peculiar qualifications lor re
moving ail that uSigreeab:e sensation attending a se
vere eold.
I lave been, more or leas. In my life, aifec e4 wilh Ihe
severest cf cold. ai,d hoarseness. At liu.il my thmat
would become so clsed aa to prevent mysijeaLiug above
a whisper, aad by taking a few doses ot tho above Srup
It would relieve me entirely.
In iccommendluii this medicine, 1 most u:, hesitatingly
say that it is the best remedy I ever found , orling t.j
cure the above, nor should any family b- without tiiii
reniMy for diseases ao prevalent.
Yours, QjoHt reij.eclruUy,
ttiHVAKDJ.Ju.SK3,
Cashier Cluivu. Deposit Bank.
Stecbkitvillc, 0,, March II, 1K13
I have need Dr. Reyser's Cough Syrup for a bid ccugh
of several yexrs standing, aod can cbeerfally say it 1
the bst medicine for the same that I have ever tuen.
S. W. PKICE-
COL. PRATT AND DR. REYSER'S PECTORAL
8YRUP. Da. Kivckr Dear Sir: Excuse the delay of
my acknowledging the excellence of your Pectoral Ouutrh
Syrup sooner. I take great pleasure in. saying that It i
all you say It Is. ll knocked ihe noise out of my uivyh
und tbe worst one 1 was ever auneteu wnn: i nave uot
usel more than one-half of t h bottle, and I can aod do
wish that all who are affiicttd would give It as lair a trial
as 1 have done, and they will be proud to say, "It is no
quack medicine." 1 would not suffer another such aa
attack for any consideration, or at any cost, lamcon
rldeut I can breathe more freely than I ev r did I aluul
always acknowledge a debt or giatilude for inventing so
excellent a temedy. You are at liberty to s my name
in this rtgard, as yon U'.lnk proper E. P. PKTT,
AlesKDger Commou Council, tlllsburgh, Pa
Pitlsburgh, May 11, lfi'J.
li. I) 1 am no stranger lo my fellow-citiseos, acd
who entertein doubts can con-.ult me personally.
ti. F. P.
I'lTTttCROn, April 24, 1857.
HEAD THE TRUTH. Dk. Keywr: I have a daugh
ter who has taken several medicines for a bad cou,h,
without benefit among them Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
I purchswd from you a bottle of your PECTOaAL
SVUL'P, and before .be h.l used half a bottle she w i
relieved- Tbe seccud battle cured ber entirely of her
cough. JOHN DARIN,
Robinson stiect, Allegheny.
PrTTxBi'Ran, D cember, 31. 1R53.
A GREAT CURE bY Dri, KKYSEK'd PKCTOKAL
SYUL P. I live In Peebles towuship, Allegheny county.
I had a coughing and spitting, which commenced about
the 4th of r'ehruary last, and continued eight month. I
employed the best physicians in the country, aijtf my
cough continued unabated until early iu Octolr. At
that time I waa advised to try your PECTORAL COUGli
8Y HU P, whtch I did, and alter I bad taken oae bolt le 1
was entirely free from the coughiDg acd spitting. 1 bad
deapsiredof ever getting well, and I thiol It shculd b
known that this valuable leu tiy will do for others what
It ha done In my case, JOHN C. LITTLE,
Witness B. M. Kirr. Peebles townhip.
PattokTp., April 14, lPi".
A WONDERFUL CURS. Some Uuio ago. an old
neightorof mine was very 111, with a bad cough whiJi
every one supposed to be consumption. HI relative
told me that he had taken every remedy they heard of
without benefit; hi brother came to aeeh'mdir, and all
were confirmed In thebel ef that he could not live, 1
had about Ihe third of a bottle ol your Pectoral Strun.
which I gave him. and it entirely cured him, to Ihe a.h,ii-
lihmentor an- nnat makes uie case more remarkable,
is lb extreme age of the man, he being about eiithty years
old. I have no doubt the Pectoral saved his lire.
JOHMN'OlNNIS.
DR. KRYBE&'S PECTORAL SYRUP IN ELAIRS-
VI LLC .I' lease send ma another supply of your valu
able Pectoral Syrup." Almost everybody around ua
haa thecold and are inquiring for "Dr.Keyser's Pectoral
Syrup." We bave sola sixteen Domes last week, and are
now entirely out. air. a. Aiterana nr. r. uaher, bom
of Blalisvl'le, Pa , tell ns they Would not be wilhout It
in their families. Iu fact, all who ns it once want it
agaiu. Your, respectfully.
j. c. vr ai icricua ex cuap
January 30, If CO.
ANOTHER NEW CERTIFICATE DR. KEYSER'8
PECTORAL SYRUP. I bad been troubled with a couch
and cold lor several weeks so bad was it that I eould not
sleep. I had the advice and prescription from three of
the best physician in in city, whom I could nauio, but do
not do so. I finally procured a bottle of your Pectoral
Syrup, which cured me entirely. Signed,
J. W. BlJlUfllU.N,
230 Liberty (treet, Pittsburgh, Pa , Jan V, I860.
"STOP TUATiCOUOHINOV'-'Itow can I do It)" "Oo
to Keyser'son Wood street and get a buttle of his Cough
Pectoial. and if that don't cure you, your case must be
desperate indeed." This I a specimen of the colloquy
one bears almost every day in cold catching parted of
the year. Anu we can, irom actual experiment, cheer
fully concur la the adviser's admonition as above, for wa
have tried lh "Pectoral,'1 In a most stubborn care, wilh
en tire success. Near two weeks ago we went toPitteburgb.
wltn one oi me mgsi uistreasing, contrary, mullsn, uo
subduable cough we ever experienced since our aulveut
upon this mundane sphere. We coughed steasll) and
laboriously for one whole week, in hopes of tiring it out,
but It was no go. In fact It seemed rather to have im
proved by practice, and to bave acquired strength. poten
cy and dittrettibUity by the ooraiion. Ia this aiage of
the siege, we oou jhed our way to Kejser's, 140 Wood Bt.
procured a fifty cent bottle of the "Pectoial;" took It
accordiog to directions, and In forty-eight hours we were
master of the field, the enemy having unconditionally
surrendered, after a brief but unequal conflict with o
formidable an adversary as Keyser's famous "Cough
Pectoral." XVctcniciVa Clipper, Dee. 14, IcSD.
DR. KEYSER'S PECTORAL SYRUP I prepared and
oldbyDr OEORQK 11. KK1SER, I4U Wood street,
I Pittsburgh, Pa.
in' Sold lo Columbua by ROBERTS 4k SAMUEL.
rpOOTHACHE HEHIBDV.
A 8XTRE CrrHK.
Prrpared and (old by
Da.OEO.
H. BEY8EK,
Pittsburgh, Pa.
fc SAMUEL
Price, 25 cen'a. 140 Wood st.
JX7 Sold In C'
'iml.uiby ROBERTS
octw:tawuou.
JA8 M. M'KRB. WM 11 RESTIEAUX.
M'KEE & RESTIEAUX,
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ll.onn. SALT. TEA. COFFEE. 8UOAR. TOBACCO.
I SKQARB, Etu . Era. Our Stock has been purchased In
I Eastern Cltie daring th Panio,
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- CASH EL'YEltS which are not exreled by aoy Uout lo
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