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COLUMBUS. 011107 MQKDAY EVENING. J AKUABY 28.
1861.
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DAILY, TRI-WEHXY AND WEEJO.I
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
POBLtgH:'BI AHD Pl-OPBIglOBI,
ET Ortse Km. SB, 81 and 40, MortH ES& fit
TIRMB INVARIABLY IN ADYANOI. . V".
oatly - 00 per year.
By the Currier, pr ni, li
trl-Weekly , . 0'
tents,
0
Weekly
. . . I 00
ertii
Advertising f th lq'
nt squire 1 jri . . .930 00
)at " moLtlii 18 00
)D " Aitanthi U 00
in - " 3 nontbi 10 00
ine monthl 8 00
Jn " 1 month. S 00
Oneiqure3weki,.4 00
One " SweeM.t 3 00
One "' lweek..J76
One " - 3d7 1 uu
One " Sdeye 75
One " llnwrtlon 60
Dltpttycd dTrUMne hlf ore then tte ebore
''VdiiUHMBti letdei end pluei to the eoUmnol
c-ctl Hotloee," doubU torUnayraUt.
II ..uilcf i reanlrto W be pablUhed bj lew, leg" retee.
If ortl'jred on ttve Inside sxclailTely after the flratweek
mi oent. Bon then the sbove retes; bnt ellittoh WU
appear In the Trl-Wekly without eherge.
Poitnen Oerrti, noteiceedlng fire line, perjreer,
i In
aide, r-ttOptTltne; outride 8. 1 i i '
Notteeiof meeting!, oorttbleocleUee, fire companlei,
k3., half price. - .j j. x.
All trantiont advtrtiumentt mutt bt paid for tit
ibinoi - raeruluwiilBoeoeTeneefrem. '
Weeklv. urns, prto u the Dally, h the aifrertUjr
tee the Weekly alone. When e Pally and Weekly
a re both need, then the charge lerthe Weekly will be
n therateeof the DWIy ' ' ',. V ' ' . 'J ' '
Ho adTertleemen taken except for a definite period. .
BUSINESS" GARDS.
E AG L E BRAS S W OR K S,
Corner Bprlnir & W alter 8t.,
Oolum'bus, OHIO.
W,; BP i POTTS & CO.,
MAOHINISTS ;
And Uenufaoturere of Bran and Oompoiltton OaiUngf,
' rtniihed Bran Work of all Deecrlptlonl.
Electro Plating and Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTING. &C.
rebl 00-dly ' '
Dr. V B, Bcanman,
A EE3IDOT DENTIST. ,
ALL. THOSE UEaVIRINOTHESEH.
Tlcee of Deo Unit, and faToring Dr. B. with tbtr
patronage may rely on having latlataotlon given. The
Fee will be required on the ooopletton of an operation.
Oflloe lour Doon North of the Amerioan Hotel, orer
, BuditlU'i Uat Btore.
OolumbueJan 7-dly '
V. A. B. 8IMKINS, .
Attorney txt Law
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
i t - . . i.
Office An'ose BolldlDg, opposite Capitol Square.
, . COLUMBUS. OHIO.
' UOIiTJMSTJS
Marine, AJannf aetnrin fJompany
-STEiil ENGINES &' BOJlERS,
Cutlnfi, KUl-Oeftxlng, Mehteny.
i s vi .: r r t-ti .j; .
, At0
n.o,llroa,dl ,
o mn DiflcwrnoM. f
' ,' f ' ' COIiVKIBrS, OHIO.
OHAB.AMBOB, Bnp't. ;. Y', AMBOBTreas.
deell, 1838-tf -" 1 ' ' ' ' " . . '.; ..
MILLINERY GOODS.
$26,OObWORTH
OF
Millinery and Fancy ' Goods
For 0xlo- .
. , I -. ,1. t ' -; .-. I' ' ( '1
H. WAKE WOULD RESPECT.
fully Inform the Citizens of Oolumbus and Tl-
Re
olnlty that hta Stock of ''
TALL AND WHITES XSXXHEBY
-j. i is now btunm, - ' , .
AiiA belstsT partlculaxrly . des Irons et
redctclBf his stock Iminedl-
ateln b will Sell,
! FROM THR DATE, AT ,
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
' Y O U 0 A N O E T . .
Bargains ! Bargains ! Bargains!
m V-By . Calling -
and ' " :.
EXAMINING STOCK!!
HE SELLS EVERY VARIETY OF
MILLINERY 9t FANCY GOODS
TOGETUEH WITH A
; large ; Stock of Notions,
; -. t 1'. 1 V'l mmmmi lM t "
nyPrloe masP and sbaUl bo satis-
yV;RpH.-Ware's
u BONNETxROOMS,
: ;
HO. AS BAH IOWWTBBBT,
r ) OHIO-
t' cSlifem J -
M, M P0WER3 & BRO
No. 11 East State) Street, between nigh and
the rost-Offloe.Colnmbus, Ohio. , . 0v;aom
GOLDEN Hit I- SHIRTS. f ,
GOLDEN BILL BfHRTB, . ,;.h't
QOLDBN HILL BHlRTg.
The pattern of these ablrts are new. The Bodlel, Yokes,
,imi and boaomi are formed to fit the eenoa with ease
and comfort. The mark ejron each one designating the
alee may be relied ta aa txiag correct, sua each shirt
guaranteed well made. A .fall stock of all qualities
constantly for sal t : ' ..i'- 'pMSt),.';,,
nov34. " ' 1 ' " No. S9 Bbntb, High street."'
TSANOY MEM "ILK
rlM CI ,1U1VI!
A" JANUX UiOD . .,
VINnV TlHKKg lltKB.
I...t, Lit.
We are now offering out Immense stook of Dress
auk. . ..... than .vai baiore offend In this city.
The attentloa of the ladlee of this city and vicinity
sollolUd. ss our stock le very select
trades of goodsin this line., -TB'Al1"::
aovUt.
No. M South High street.
' -i FO nodical Pirposes.'
PUBB BBANDDIES, WINK B, C0KM1XB, Aflp BIT
TsaH.fronv t'JIcnded Varehooae
TfM. Bomniiiiii
evir.?:.?$Tv
' 100 South Ulgh itissf.':
-t,fAITESE &TIIKEAD LACE WITTS
ITA of
I elegant qualities (or Ladles; also, WW Mitts
a great variety ati. O A." wvls.C''J '
fjfl l.n.!;iiairnAOIMMi (HP ' !,,
,4'i cTit.-i') (l T
i i t.
AlfPTJjfiLli PROSPECTUS
i '' ' ' 1 mm i ' - 'I i - it
ONE -DOLLAR
. 1 1
PREMIUMS FOR CLUBS
' ' ' ' THE WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN IS PRINTED. ON j '
ili 'AL MOTH'
a .? m,: "i" i
AT, THE LOW
ONE DOLLAR PERVfEAR!
' ; V,-'---;;;V7;" ' ; payable wWanoe' i!'v
j . . -' it la An old nd reliable Detaoomtlo Journal, and, m a polltioal paper, haa .
No Superior in Ohio or any otticr State!
n addition to ite politioal oharaoter, it la a fint oliwe newepaper, furnUhing ita readera with the
GENERAL NEWS OF THE DAY, .
. An epitome of the atimng event oontlantly oeourriiig at home and abroad, and choice ntiicel-
laneona aeleotiona. It also giyea the latest and most reliable
i ,.f; -1, From all the principal marts of Trade and Commerce.
The Business Man, the Mechanic, the Farmer and the Laborer
Will each find their tastee and intereeta contnlted and attended to in the eolumne of '
TXT 33 , "W 33 JLJ JtdLli"ST ,
Daring the aesaion of Oongreaa and the Ohio Legislature, the readers of the Wkikxt Statxs
han will be furnished with a oonoisa report of the doinga of each of those bodies.
' Daring the past year, the circulation of the Whexlt SrATanrAit has increased very rapidly,
being now more than double what it was twelve months ago. It is our desire to extend ita cir
culation, not only in Ohio, .:
I v But in all the States and Territories West of Us!
In proportion aa it ia diffused anions the people, its usefulness will be increased; and we invito
our politioal and personal friends to aid us in giving to the Wkmuy Staksmah m, ; ' ,
The Largest Possible Circulation
' Among the people. The price of the paper is so low that no Democrat need be without it. . 'Aa
an inducement to friends to aid us in increasing the circulation of the Wnaxr Statomah, we
will tive :-' j i i .':, '.-i - .. i . . 'i ' ' r ' ii i.i
A PREMIUM OF THIRTY DOLLARS
1 To the person who will.byj the 1st day of January, 1861, send us the largest Club of yearly
' ubscribers, with the cash for the same; TWENTY DOLLAKS to the person who sends us the
second largest Club of subscribers as aforesaid; TEN DOLLARS to the person who sends i ua
the third largest Club of aubaoribers as aforesaid; and to each person who sends ns a Club of
i ', ..ten yearly subscribers,, with the cash for the same, we will send a copy of the
Weekly Statesman One!' Year without Charge!
ITT Those) who arc willing to compete tut tiie Premiums, or solioit aubscribers for the States
' man, can cut this Prospectus out of the paper and attach to it a strip of writing paper, on-which
; to record the names of all persons who may become subscribers.
!;v..m;. ..... V .. "... MANYPENNY & MILLER, '
i '" ' ... ' rUBLUBKBS OHIO STATISMAH.
PEE 'ANNUM !
.t A 'I
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BATE OP, .
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NAMES.:
STONE'SBAZAAR.
iSTo. 4 Grwynn Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HARRl
ABE NOW RECEIVING THEIR WIN
TER GOODS,- and Invite the public to Intpect
then. Ho each stock of Good, has ever been broaght to
his market. The Booth, In oonteqneDca of the Ullore
of the grain crop, has not been able to parehaae the ut
sal quantity of rich goods, and this fact hae forced the
Importers to tul inem at puouo auouon. unr ouyer
(Mr. atone) belnt tn New York at thert large ealet, took
drtntage of them, and we oan and will Mil oar goods
Sere, at lata than any one who parchaaed two woeki since,
paid for them In New York. Oar stock Is complete In
every department of
ELEGANT DRE39 SILKS, . .
OTTOMAN VELOURS,
BROCHE VALENCIA8,
PRINTED MERINOS,
; i ; I PRINTED COBURG8,
DYED COBUG3;
BLACK ALPACAS,
r - ORLEANS, . ... ;
it I i FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
u POPLINS, PRINTS,
i S ni.Pi .
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Tbausand Dollars Worth .
- , .. Bought in One Day, .
At one ball tb Cost of importation.
LADiES' FURS,
In all Varieties, of tho . ceieurateo
nannlatnro of C. O. nn- U .
titers Ron. , . ,
1
... i i i .-..,
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT,
fen's, Ladles sad Children's Tinder Bhlrts and Drawers;
iiim. HhMuA anuaren'B uoeierr 01 an aiou., in
Wool tad Lamb's Wool: Vlooey Lined and Cotton Gloves
et every make. ,T. . ,
.,' A. . jiLSO-- 1. -i.
A csmplets assortment of all (be nsnal varis
tlea of i '''',,u. ( i-'n:' " '
LADIES' CLOTHS,
CASSIMEKJSS, 1
OVERCOATINGS',
.-Ah.'.iSX-'Ct '. .TWEEDS,
FLANNELS, : ' r i
T . t, .. oranniia-a. ..-.-..i - r . t .
;.,'''(i,;;'pRE38 TRIMMINGS,
ta dies and Genfa linen Cambric Hand
To eersons who' earl on - ns; we nledge our words
shoe) them the largest, beet and cheapest stock of Goods
ever seen in ints marxet, or pay wem one aon.r fir
aourwniie loosing. -
I deelHllyUtawltw. r n , . I BTUN B a UUAIISA
GENUINE, FAMILY. . IIQUORS.
WM. B." MOREHOUSE &
! ' Importers and 'Wholesale Dealers In
Brandies, : Wines, : - Gins and t Begars,"
ae leave to call the atten-Jon of the eltlsens of the Uni
ted States to their Fore Vines and Liquors, pet pn nn
j.. KAivnn annerriiion. lor jramiiv anu ncowti yn.
w, .onrtMt tn anlt snatomers, Clnhe. Military and
UieepablleDOdtes.-wne reqeira w F'"" ii"i
IBMill flUaHlUUvSV, UJ ' eJMASI U7 WSAlSTV, , ire siueswif
tma witp jrnct j.imm&i to ppwwmhoi r
Vl (TUT 'V-i-T r $1 sswssjjaBss . 1,1 t r :t
OLD ; MOREHOUSE BITTERS
1 tunmWMnitMl br the first physicians as the best reme-
dv known for Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Debility, and
Herrous Diseases. . s a wT.ia, i wuuio
sosee, and delicious to the taste. Bold By all Druggists.
, WM. B. MOBkhodb a ow., rep rs, -
. a Th. anhaerlbera wish to en rare a few active
sen, asLom.1 and TraveEnej Agents foe their bouse,
whom Uberai maneemenui wiu se oucnrac. ' panic
nlers, addreea as above. --,.. ootJu-oam
nisflT itlMETw AND SILK FANS
Jj new styles! : yBlbboa Bound, ptenionanS
dlaaransai . . " ...
i BSt23 , , o. w boh ign strees
., ts ft-il it f;
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to
all
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NAMES. -
Fire Insurance! .
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
Fira & Life Insurance Co.
37 Castle stieet. Liverpool. SO and SI Poultry, London.
Office, 50 Wall and 61 Pine streets, New Xork.
THOMAS HOODIE, Agent, Columbus, Ohio. '
Paid rrp Capital, Knrpla
, and Heserred rands 0,OG668ft
InTeetedlntnlsCountrr orer.. 8UO, t(0
sear if tsevenne, orer. .......Viouuiuuu
TTrTbs Shareholders Dersooally responsible for en-
gagements of the Company. All filreotors most be Sbare
holtlers. .... , ... .
Directors and Shareholders In New York :. .
Jamas Brown, Bsq., Chairman. Tranols Cottenet, Isq.,
vepuiy vinainuiui.
M. Archibald. n. B. M. Consul. Xogene Datllh, Bsa.
Joseph Qalllatd. Jr., Esq. H. Srtnbcll, Isq.
Alexander Hamilton. jr.,nq. n. f. Banaerson,Hq-
, AutX. Hahiltos. Jr., JSsq.,
' Counsel of the Board,
AmttD FtlL, Kiq , Bettdent BeoreUry. ,
Local Board In Cincinnati:
Sf. W. Thomas. Esq. J.D. Jones, Kiq. BufusElng.Isq.
Xnompson Msave, iq. oD t jtuonanan, fiiq.
The nnderalraed. A eent In this city, will be banpy to
receive applicationefor Inaurano. la the above Company,
AT TBI CITY BANK, : 1 i
Be can recommend It with entire eonflitenre re si! detlr
oin of obtaining protection against LOSS BT IIBB.
No Chargo ftrPoUoiest.
novl8-tf . ": THO8.MO0DU.
HOLIDAYS. ....
FAHCXES.
Such articles as you detire for your HUSBAND
Such as yon used for your Will-
Such iu are f-opr for your DAUGHTER.
Such as your SI8TBB will jneyou for.
Such as your BBOTBXBevmMS. .. - -
Such as you iMf for TBI ONB YOU 10V1 BB8T.'
Such as will be food for lie" BLS89ID BABY,) J'
Such as ati wet for, : .'. :yt ;. ; ' .'v..; v.-
May be foand la variety, In my aew stook of -. .'
WATCHE8, i CHAINS, JEWELRY,
I'",' -PI.ATE0 GOODS, ,
And general assortment of ' m
;' Taney and Useful AitlelM. ..
No. 10 Baokeyo Block.
December, 1860.
FAimiuY FJLOCH. , , ,
-TJCTHITB "WHEAT, BRANDED ' n
. "SNOWFLAKB."
from "Bsmettmills," Springfield, 0. the be tt brand
Flour brought to our market. Batiitactton guaranteed,
lor sale only at , , , WM. MoDONALD'8, .
novSv ' 108 ooutn tiign street.
j, HoJidav Presents.: ;
"IALICOR, 'BelAINES,' WfERINO",
J CHIMTZES. VRISSS 8II.K8, and
kinds of fashionable '
"Winter Dress Goods.
we art now offering st very low prices. ' 1
rnijsn Bun,
deeSl. ! , " ! ; ' Wo. 80 South High street.
8ave Your Honey. '
I AH! NOW RECEIVING StJBSCHIP
tlons for sll the Hsgaelnee and Literary papers
the country and out of It; among the former, the Corn
hill, TeopIS Bar, the Atlantlo, Harper, flodey Peterson,
Kntckenocrer, Bciectio, niaoawooa, wo ontian vjuaner-
Hes. etc., fee. subscribers can get them eabliisb.
OHIAPER and free of Postaie, by sending their Bub-
scriptlons through ice. j . BICHARD KaNNBDY,
deoif ii ntate street.
Watches and Jewelry. 0
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF WATCH
.Yes, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Ac, kept constant
y on nana at
V i B. KIRKPATRIOK'S,
Ko. 165, South High Street, Columbus, 0.
JjOP Watches and Jewelry repaired.
. dec4'd3mt . f .
ENTLEiriEN'a NKCK TIES,
-i a r. v, iv 1 1 1. o
GBNILEMBN'g NECKTIBS
The noet deasreble assortment In the elty and at nnussl-
ly low prices.
novS4.
' Wo. to South High street.
TCLEUANT P1.AIN BLACK SILKS
Btreet Basques aaa manues; atso, tucn irunmia
and TaMels to match, at BAIN
! Saay83 .T -.- , . -.- - , .
APPLES! APPLESI
J.X. 1 109 bbls, Choice Apples received en erasf kemeo
for Sale by 1 MoKll It BBBTUACX,
! .vin 1 34 K. High street.
" .'-)! IIMU ;'.iw.y ' il'l.'llj'T.V
TIBHI.
Dally, per year.
00
Triweekly, per tr.. t'v".
Weekly, per yea.
I uu
1 00
[From the Freeman's Journal.]
Coercion.
Wh loan ws not live In this Union aa the
fathers made It some States slaveholdlng, and
tome states -freer" Jsage ou(riaa, wuu so
often and SO pertinently pat this question to the
people, of late years, is not now si Presidential
candidate. The question is no about a seunfry,
nut about a President. We may bops, then, nut
to be misinterpreted, If we now put again this
nrnant auestion.
J?. A -t. -J
ins sneiiow parsgrapnisu, auu poote, bqu
Abolition leoturers, and sociologists, who have
madelthe oubllo opinion of tbe Republloan par
ty, do not understand the geutua of a free gov
ernment! tney ao not uoaerewuu r natioaai
Institutions. Tnls is shown oy me inct tnat
they have unrfons nshing in litre tools what
tbe founders of the Constitution accomplished.
For the benefit of ail members ot tbat party
Jho will rc-cousider their aotiuu, we widh, as
istinctly aa possible, to state how only ws can
once more live lu peace in this Uuiou made by
our fathers. Tbey made the Union ss a perpet
ual bond of one oodotry. No donbt Of that.
They never contemplated nor recognized any
right of secession on the part of aii States
Granted seain. But neither did they ever cod
template, when they formed tbe Constitution,'
that the madness would seize a numerical ma
jority in one half of tbe country, to use that
sectional preponderance! persistently and sys
tematically to oppress the other half of the
country. The framera of the Constitution sup
posed there would rise disputes. They appoint
ed the Saoreme Court of the United States as
the ultimate arbiter, under tbe Constitution.
They foresaw that cases might arise, aa they
have arisen, in which the constituted authorl
Itlea of certain States, disputinp; tbe Federal
authority, might refuse to bow to the decisions
of that Supreme Court, on tbe ground that it
was itaelr bin a pari of toe federal uovern
ment. For such a contingency tbey acknotr
edged that human foresight could devise no
safe-guard. But what 'was tbe authority that
they really heped might avail to interfere in
auob a contingency? , What is it that tbe geni
us of our country supposes as a competent ar
biter In snch a dispute) Undeniably. It Is Pub
He Opinion. Publio opinion, baaed on free ar-
eument. and on Intelligence and liood-wlll,
! Our American institutions are band en the
trinelvlt that tnaniKnd ere capable of iilf-govern-
mrwfk Our Institutions repudiate the Idea tbat
men mutt be governed by brute force. They
anneal, with a lofty and generong confidence.
to tbe higher and nobltr qualities of human na
turenot to fear not to passion not to ser
villty but to reason, to free-will, to conscience,
to the truMuliun or man's nature.
I This consideration defines and settles the
question ot "coercion." Government supposes
there will be bad and unruly men, who pervert
their own naturea and do violence to them
These Government mnst coerce and punish.
Passion or prejudice may at a given time, over
ride sober judgement in a given town. Nay, it
may as a passing epidemic, affect whole ranges
of conn try ancFentlre States. But, in the latter
case, the communities affeoted must cure thtm-
sefoes by the notion Of sober second thoughts.
At to a habitual and settled judgment or opin
ion, entertained by whole communities of Slates
being over-ridden by external constraint, the
very idea is the abandonment of tbe principle of
our government 1 is uc buubiuuuuu ot au im-
ported government In the place of self-govern
ment. Every true Amerioan revolts atuch a
proposition. - '
i The United States Is a mighty power against
any foreign foe. That it proves to weak against
any of its own component parts la but a oonser
quenoe or thsreedoin or too people wno coostl
tute tbe United States. ' At the very proposition
or toertinf one or more states to obey tbe will
of other States, the whole bond of. the Union
has seemed to crumble away. It has not crum
bled In reality. The seceiiton tnat has been
talked, and "voted," and "ordered," by excited
and exasperated communities, is but an appeal
to tbe grand high court of Pdblio Opinion. Id
that oourt the plea la entered, and thither we
follow and oppose It. ' It may be a tedious anlt.
It may lait for years; but we loBlst on Its pros
eootion there, and there only. Publio opinion
will decide tbat tbe Just reclamations of the
South shall bs satisfied; and tbat tbe South and
tbe North oogbt to, and must, for the good ot
esob, acknowledge again tbe mutual bonds of a
sincere Union.
i For this reason tbey are publto enemies of the
Country of the North as well as of the South
who talk of arming and of moving our military
forces here at the North. The militia raised
t the South will not invade the North. There
ta no threat no possibility no wish of auch a
thing. If, with violence, and against publio
faith, excited communities have seixed upon
some forts and arsenals belonging to the Fed
eral Government so fares these are already
accomplished facts it Is" the property of a
grtat people to be exceedingly patient, to be very
alow to resentment, especially when tbe provo
cation comes from communities constitutive of
the country. The blow tbat is to strike a broth
er can hardly be too long delayed.' Sis years
wllll not be too long to wait for a redress of all
these grievances against the Federal power, on
the oart of some southern communities. We will
not have to wait that long in the avoiding of
au ooiiision. 'aiore we win nave tne pleasure
of seeing tbe schism healed, and tbe country
again nappy in a gooo. unueretanaing.
Louis Napoleon on the American Crisis.
Paris Correspondent of the Newark Advertiser.
of
,
all
tn
FOB
! ' It know devolves upon your correspondent to
describe an Incident of the diplomatic reception,
occurring a few moments alter the formal address
bad been pronounced, wnion at tne present mo
mentous junoture In the affairs of our own
country .'will excite a deep Interest In the Unit
ed States. Tbe statement J ant about to make
may be relied upon as sxaot in every particular.
When the collective reception of the diplomat
ic body was over ,,tbe 'Emperor passed slowly
along tbe line oi Amoassaaors, ana ministers
speaking a few words to each In person. After
a moments conversation wun iue reraian Am
basaador, who stood at the right of the Minister
of the United States, the Emperor approached
Mr. Faulkner ana cordially soook nis babd.
The usual words pf greeting were then exchang
ed, after which the Emperor asked in English;
What ia tbe latest intelligence yon bare re
ceived from the United States? Not so alarm
ing, I trust, as the papers represent It?" u
"Like most nations, tire,1' replied Mr. Faulk
nor, "we have our troubles, ! which have loet
none ot their coloring at aeeorioea in tne n,uro.
pesn press. V. i y.--.i .. 1. .i
w ' n ... 1 1. ! - . ..... .L. l
.. 1 ne uODpcror A uepe t u nui wu, sua. aoy
of the States have separated from the general
nnnfoderation." . - " - ( - i
Mr. Faulkner "The States still form, one
common government, as heretofore, .There
esoitement in portions ot tne oooieueracy, ana
there are Indications of extreme measures being
adopted by one or two ot tne estates. . nut we
are familiar with the exoltement, as we are
with the visor, which . belongs to tbe institu
tions of a free people. we nave already more
than onoa passed through commotions which
would rave shattered into fragments any other
government on eartn, ana mis lect jaatiues tne
. . i . .v. r lL f T. t
inference tnat tne bvvukui. oi me vmoa win
now be found equal to tbe strain upon it."
The Emperor "I sincerely hope It may
so, and that you may long continue a united and
prosperous nation." v , c.T.??U5)
Mr. Faulkner then asxea permission or
Emperor to present to him' ftlej J. G. Clarke,
Acting Secretary of. Legation, and Mr.
Boyd Faulkner, Acting Assistant Secretary,
whom his Majesty made a few kind remarks,
sod then passed on to thl Minister of Den
mark. 1" I'- I ii
' I reneat that the acoount given of .this Im
portant conversation between Napoleon III.
tne ittUUBferi or wio1 van" bmsiow uj mw
I ' l&.U vwO
lied noon fully. I
Sa-i.ScroMa,
mhn was nreaent. and
pronounced on both aidea. lodeea, mo circum
stances are now very generally known among
the Amerioans lu Paris, who comment upon tbe
affair acoordine to their individual polltioal
sentiment; but all I believe, concurring in tbe
opinion that tbe Interrogations ana oDserva
tioni of tbe Emperor were inspired by a sincere
regret at our unhappy internecine divisions,
threatening a disaster, which will not be attrib
uted, in Earone. to its real sources, and which
could not fail to Inflict a terrible blow upon the
strufffflinir noDulation of Europe, looking to
onr country as a model of political liberty, and
to onr unexampled material prosperity as the
most signal evidence of the success ana stabili
ty of republloan institutions. '
Water.—A spledid Description.
One Paul Denton, a Methodist preacher in
Texas, Advertised a Barbaeue, with better liquor
than was ever . furnished,' When tho people
were assembled, a desperado in tbe crowd criei
out .
"Mr. Paul Denton, your Riavrtnc$ has lied.
You promised us not.only a good barbaeue, but
better liquor. Where is the liquor?"
''There!", answered tbe Mip.ioory, in toccs
of thunder; and pointing bis motionless finger
at tbe matchless Duflble Spring gushing up In
two strong oolumns, ffitb a sound line a snout
of joy from the bosom of the earth, "There! '
he repeated, with a look terrible aa tne ngm
ning, while hie enemy aotnally trembled on his
feet; "There is the liquor, which God,the eternsf,
brews for all his children! Not in tbe simmering
still, over smoky fires choked with polaouous
gases, and surrounded with the stench of sick
ening odors and rank corruptions, dotn your
Father in Heaven prepare the preoious essence
of life the pure cold water, but in the green
glade and grassy dell, where tbe red deer wan
ders, and toe child lores to play. There God
brews it; and low down in tbe deepest valleys
where the fountains murmur and the rills siog;
and high np on the mountain-tops, where the
naked granite glitters like gold in the sun, where
the storm oloud broods and the thunder-storms
crash: and away far out on the wide, wild ees,
where tbe hurricane howls music, and the big
waves roar the chorus, sweeping the march ot
God, there Hebrews it, that beverage of life,
health-giving water. And everywhere it is a thing
of beauty; gleaming In the dew drop; singing
in the summer rain; shining in the ice-gem till
tbe trees all seemed turned to living jewels
spreading a golden veil over the setting sun, or
a white gauze around tbe midnight moon; sport
ing In the oataract; sleeping in tbe glacier;
dancing in tbe hail shower; folding ita bright
snow-curtains softly about the wintry-world
a ad weaving the many colored iris, that seraph
sone of the sky. whose warp is the rain-drop
of earth, whose whoof is tbe sunbeam of
heaven, all decked with celestial flowers, by
tbe mystic hand of refraction. Still it is al
ways beautiful tbat blessed life water! No
poison bubbles on its brink; its foam brings do
madness and murder; no blood stales its liquid
glass; pale widows and atarving orphans weep
not burning tears in Its depths; no crunitard'a
shrieking ghost from the grave curses it In
words ot eternal ' despair I Speak out, my
friend, would you exchange it tor the demon
of Alcohol?"
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HOWARD & GO'S.
AMERICAN WATCHES.
pALL AT NO. 83, SOUTH HIGH ST..
j ana examine our new sun oi -
AMERICAN WATCHES,
manufactured by X. HOWARD a CO . Boston. Mass.
Thsse Watches are far supeilor to anything ever offered
to the Dublio, heretorore. Having tn eioluslve asenoy.
I oan sell them at prices to suit the times. I have j net
reeeivea a large siooa oi
... AMERICAN WATCHES, '
msnufaotured by APPLEION, TRACY, a CO ; also,
floe assortment ot . : - .
ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES,
In Gold and Silver Cues, at Panls prices. ,
jsn83 ' - ,W. J. SAVAOS.
REMOVAL. -
DII. TAFT HA REMOVED HIS
stock of DRY GOODS from No. m South High
street, to hie old staid. Mo. 4S North Utah street.
Thompson's Building, where he will be pleased to see all
his old customers, and all new ones that may come, where
he will sell them chean (roods.
A large lot of CaRPET on hand, whloh will be told
atcost,forcasn, to Close mo stooc.
. u. mi,
Janl8:dlm Corner Blgh and flay tts., Oolumbus. 0
High Sreet Store
EOU BALE.
rpHG THHKE STORY FIRE PHOOF
X STORY HOUSE. No 162, occupied ty Akin As Em
Oiy, Stove DealerSvCompletely fitted with . Oas, Tnrnice
and Hoisting Jack. The lot la 100 by SO, and la offered
on reasonaoie terms, apply to
WM. B- BROWN,
Jan7-dfel No. 33, North Third Btreet
FOR SALE,
A LARGE BOOT OF LAND L.YING
on tbe National Road, West of Columbus, within
from two to five miles from the olty. ' Tbe property will
be sold In lots to suit purchasers, and on ravoraoie terms-
Apply to alUHM w. nns.no,
jaalO-dsw Agent for John a. ilolloway
Oolnmbas, January 10. - -- -'
HENRY KCEntER,
(Late of Phaton'e SstaMlshment, N. T.,) Poprlttoro
the New York Fashionable Bnavhw, Hair Cuttin
Bhampoonlng, Curling and Dreasiug Saloon, No.
- Seat State street, near the Post Offioe, first floor,
: where aatlifaotloa Will be given ta all the various
. branches. Ladles and Children's Hair Dressing
In the nest styie. jyiu-aiy
LACK STRAW BONNETS) AND tiki
aMnt RthhAne. In vre-ai v.rlftv it . .RAIN'S...
eetl , No. SW.BIgh streeC
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No.
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or King's Evil,
ia a constitutional disease, a corruption of the
blood, by which this fluid becomes vitiated,
weak, and poor. Being in the, circulation, it
pervades the whole body, and may burst out
in disease on any part of it. No organ is free
from its attacks, nor is thero one which It day
not destroy. The scrofulous taint is variously
caused by mercurial disease, low living, dis
ordered or unhealthy food,, impure air, filth
and filthy habits, the depressing vices, and,
abovo all, by the venereal infection. What
ever bo its origin, it is hereditary in the con
stitution, descending " from parents to children
unto the third and fourth generation ; " indeed,
it seems to be the rod of Him who says, "I
will visit the iniquities of the fathers upon
thoir cliildren."
Its effects commenco by deposition from the
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in
the lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termed
tubercles ; in the glands, swellings ; and on
the surface, eruptions or sores. This foul cor
ruption, which genders in the blood, depresses
the energies of life, so that scrofulous constitu
tions not only suffer from scrofulous com
plaints, but they have for less power to with
stand the Attacks of other diseases; conse
quently vast numbers perish bv disorders
which, although not scrofulous in their nature,
are still rendorod fatal by this taint in the
system, Most of the consumption wliioh de
cimates the human family has its origin directly
in this scrofulous contamination; and many
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys brain,
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or
arc aggravated by the same cause.
One quarter of all our people are scrofulous )
their persona are invaded by this lurking in
fection, and their health is undermined by it.
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
the blood by an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate it by healthy food and exercise,
Such a medicine we supply in
AYER'S .
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
tho most effectual remedy which the medical
skill of our times can devise for this every
where prevailing and fatal malady. It is com
bined from the most active remeaials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
system from its destructive consequences,
llenco it should be employed for the cure of
not only Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions which arise from it, such as Eruptitb
and Skik Diseases, St. Anthont's Fins,
KosH, or Erysipelas, Fimpt.es, Pustules,
Blotches, Ul mn s and Boii.s, ToMons, Titter
and Salt Khf.uk, Scald Heap, Ringworm,
Rheumatism, Syphilitic and MEnccniAL Dis
eases, Ditopsr, Dysfepsia, Debility, and,
indeed, all Complaints awsino rnos Vitia
ted on Impcbi! Blood. Tlic popular belief
in impurity of the blood " is founded In truth,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The
pnrticular purnoso and virtuo of this Sarsapa
rilla is to nurifv and rea-enernta this vital fluid.
without which sound health is impossible in
contaminatea constitutions.
AYEE'S
Ague Gure,
' ' ron Tire speedy curb or '
Intermittent Fever, or Fever and Ague,
Remittent Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb
A erne, Periodical Headache, or Billons
Headache, and BUtons Fevers, Indeed
for the whole claes of dleeases originat
ing In hlllary derangement, canaed by
the Malaria of Miaamatlo Countries.
; We are enabled here to offer the community a
remedy which, while it cures the above complaints
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any
quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in districts
where these afflicting disorders, prevail. This
"Cure" expels the miasmatic poison of Fever
and aoub irora tne system, ana prevents tne de
velopment of the disease? if taken en the first ap
proach of ite premonitory symptoms, It is not only
tho best remedv ever vet discovered for this class
of complaints, but also the cheapest. . Tho large
quantity we supply lor a aouar unngs it wumn tne
reach oi every body ; and in bilious districts, where
ueveh and aoub prevails, every ooay snouia
have it and use it freely both for cure ana protec
tion. A grew aupvnvruy ui uns nriuouy over any
other ever discovered, for the speedy and certain
cure of Intermittent is that it contains no Quinine
or mineral, consequently it produces no quiuismor
other injurious effects whatever upon the constitu
tion. Ihose cured by it are left as healthy at if
they had never had the disease
Fever and Ague is not alone the consequence of
the miasmatic poison. A great variety of disor
ders arise from its irritation, among which are
lintrmia, Uhtumatitm, trowf, neaaaont, liana
n. Toothacht. Earache, Catarrh, Atthma, Pal
pitation, Painful Affection of the Spietn, ifwfar-
I7, JUtrt IT, ,11 XJUIPBM, WtlNt) 4 WTMy0V MIU
rangment of the Utomaoh, all of which, when
originating in wis cause, put on me iniennutenc
type, or become periodical. This " Curb " expels
the poison from the blood, and consequently cures
them all suite, it is an invaiuawe protocuon to
immigrants and persons travelling; or temporarily
residing in the malarious districts. If taken occa
sionally or daily while exposed to the infection,
that will bs excreted from the system, and cannot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis
ease.. - Hence it ia even more valuable for protec
tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from Inter-
mittcnts if they avail themselves of tbe protection
this remedy affords. . ; . . , i,
Prepared by Sr. J. 0. AYEB & CO., Lowell, Hats.
ROBIRTS A SAMTJBI-i Oolumbus. '
And bv Druggists and Dealers everywhere. - - - . v
noTv:lyd,twasw
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
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For Cincinnati, DAyton & Indianapolis!
Through to Indianaoolis without Change of Cars
and bnt One Change of Can between
Columbus and St. Loula. , ( '
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM, COLUM-
,; V' FIRST TRAIN., ', .
fTlsitlw. MAnrlnVtl ATMsltAll.l
NIOnT IXPRBSS. eto Dayton, at 8:15 a. to., stop
sine at London. Zenta. Dayton. MMdletown and Hamil
ton, arriving at Cincinnati at &i0 a. m. Deyeoa at S:4S
a.m..IndianopolUat 10:48 a.m.iet, Louis at 11W
' SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, at 6:10 a. m., stopping at all ela
tion, between Oolumbus and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati ll:W a, m., Dayton at : lot.
Indianopolis af 8S8 p. m. ' ,- ,
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DAY EXPRESS, at 9:30 p. m., stopping at Alton,
Jefferson, London, Charleston, Oedarvllle, Xenia,
Borlni Valley. Corwin. Morrow. VeernelU, roster
Loveland, Millfordand Plalnvllle, arriving at Cincin
nati at 7:0 p. m-t et. Loula at is m; vaytan at
I Iodlaoopoiuat w.wp.m. -.
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BAGGAGE ' CHECKED T II HOUGH,
lor further Information and Through Tickets, apply
Ticket Agent, Union Depot, Oolumbus, Ohio..
I. W. WOODWARD,
i . Superintendent, Olncinnao.
t i ' - -, JNO. W. DOUBRTY
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1VIU TEAS 100 bags prime Rio Conre
1 Kfl vuw-kete old Dutnb. GoTernaient Javm Coffee. ''
TS begs Ceyloa Coffee. .-. - .
80O Milt, standard White Sugars, consisting of row
dred, Ohrushed, Granulated A and B Coffee.
60 quintals George Bank Codfish. .' 'l k
-i BObblt. Mesa and No. 1 Mackerel. M f!..;: J
. B toa. Plok BaltBOB... j.'i i :. i ' -1
. 100 bx. Layei Raltlne. . , ... ., ;
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traordlnary cures by my
PECTORAL SYRUP. : , .
Thsy are at home, and an ana mhn h&j AjmIm t- .
quire of the person who hare beea. eared ny.lt. '.''''
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EXAiilNB LUNOS WITHOUT CHARGE, ii Ar f '
TUOHI WHO NEED Hid AtkDIOlNEi. .'i i ,
ATTEND TO YO0R 00LD8 A ease' of Sfe years'1
landing oured by DR. KBrsERt PBOTORAi, tXWt. r -
PiTTSscaeai, Jaa. U, laefl.
Da. Krrraa : Mr wife has keen aAMsaarojiek. a SeA
oough and difficulty of breathing, tot five or out years,
wiih;u , iui eeverai yearv oaca, naa giaauaiiy uereeeea in
violenoe. IbeeomtWalDt au been haradliarr.amA she :t
bad been treated by several physicians without any re- ,
lief. In this state of her oase, I procured sane of rear L i
Pectoral Oough Syrup. I bouaht. she first bom. a An r .,
cent bottle, which relieved her very much 1 1 theaeaiied
aad got a dollar bottle, which eared-her enura'y, aad "
she haa now no trace ef the former disease, except wea .
nees. I would also state that I need the medial ne ny
sell to a cold and cough. The medicine eared tacky tea
mg one dose i express my entire te.tlife.-Uao with the
medicine, and you are at liberty to publUh Una If yea '
desire to do to. , , WAt. WILAue,- ...
. Alderman fifth Ward
MHMB .'. - , - C i. V 'I ,.i 2 I
Prrnamaoa, How. M.1S6A.
Da. KtTint: Althoush not an advocate of Palent
Uedlctnes, In general. It affords me pleeeare taaeeesiha
ble to recommend yonr Pectoral Syrup. Aa a medicine -.
It la well worthy the attention of any person heauyia
any manner be afflloted with eoeghs, colds and hsarstatts r 1
of any bind, and for the peculiar qualifications for re
moving all that disagreeable sensation attending a to- 1
vera cold. ,
I have been, more or leu. In my life, effected with the '
severest of colds and hoarseness. At limes my threat '
would become so closed ae to prevent my speak Ine above
a whisper, and by taking a few dotes of the above Syrup.
Itwouia relieve me enuieiy. ' - - " - i -i
In reoommendlnt this medicine, I must atAasitatuully ,
say tbat It la the beat remedy I ever found, purporting to "
care trie eoove, nor enouia any tamiiy ce witaout wui
rraoaynraiteaaei so prevalent. ....
You, most respectfully, " 1,11 '
RDWARDJ. JONBd, . . I
Cashier Cltlsens' Deposit Bank-
Trcmnrnu,0 , March li, ISM - - ,
I have used Dr, Eeyser't Cough Syrup for a bad eengh
of several years standing, and oan cneerfally taytt Is
the best medicine for thesuetbetIbeveevrtaJien. ,
i , . - , .'. w.iuo.
COL. PRATT AND DR. KITSIR'S PSOTORAJ, ,
SYRUP. Da. Erren Dear Sin AUcaee the delay of
my acknowledging tnoeaoclieoot ef year VeeustaOeugfe -i
Byrup sooner. JLUU rtai piaaeniw la saying that It M -all
you lay tt Is. ItknocJudUu aotee ewe o my eewpA ' '
and the worst one I was ever afflicted euk.t cure wet
used more thaa one-half of the bottle, and I can and do
wish that all who are afflicted would give tt se fair s trial '
at I have done, and they will bo proud te aayv-lt leao .
quack medicine." I would But tuner another sect aa
attack for any consideration, or at any cost. I am een
fidentloan breathe more freely thaa I evf did- ItaaU
always acknowledge a debt of gratitude for Inveaiiof to .
excellent a remedy. You are al liberty So ate sty atms '
In this regard, aa you think proper K. f . PRaTT, -,
Messenger Common Council, Pittsburgh, Pa. 1 1
j PltUbagh,Mayll, lo51l.'. r .-rT t'
N. B I am no stranger to my fellow-cltlxencand
whoenUrtaladoubUcaneemultmepersonally. ' ' -
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PrrmoaoH, April 94, 1847. r
RRAD TH1 TRUTH. Da. Kavasai Ibveadaa-h-ter
who bas taken several medtotnea for a bad eeugh,
without benefit among them A jar's Cherry Peotoeal. '
I purchated from you a bottle of yont PSOTOaAL .
SYRUP, and before tbe had ated half a sottle eke wet
relieved.' The eecond bouie cured her entirely of her
cough... - JOHN DaRLM, .
; Robinson street, Allegheny. '
Pirreioaen, Dretmber, 31, 1SS1.
A GREAT CURB BY DR, KBYSXR'S PROIORAL
SYRUP I lire in Peeblee township, Allegheny eaaety.
t had aoougbing and spitting, which ccmin snood aeeat
the 4th of (tbruary last, and oonUnued eight atoaihe, f
employed the beet phyeudaBt ia the eeaatr. and ear
cough continued Unabated uaUl early la October. Al
tnat time I wt aavttea to try your r auxuaaL vwuh
Bgup,wMcai4, anaaueii aaauKeaooe beUieA-
Was entirely free from tbe eouihuif and tpltUng. I hsd
despaired of ever gettlog well, tad I ihlnt I
aetpatred or ever gettlog weu, tad i lama u aoseild t .
known that this valuable reaedy will do for ethers what
,(h..nn.lnmMMi. jnHNfl.MmS '
it bat done In my
Witness B. At. Rsa
PeeblMteWBhlp.' .
Pattoh T., April li, 1847.
A WONDIRf TJb CUES some urns ace. as eld '
neighbor of mine was very 111 with a bad oough which
every one supposed to be oontnnrpttoo. Bis latawves '
told roe that be had taaea every reatedy they heard ef ;
without beaeflti hit brother came te see hia die. and aU
wen confirmed In thebel ef thai he could oot live, t
had about the ihlid ef a bettle ef year feototai By rap, -whloh
I gave him, aad It entirely oured Ala, to the aston
ishment of all. What makes the ease mere remarkable.
Is the extremesge of thcmen,bebelnt,aeateUhtyyears -old.
I have no doubt the Peetoral saved hit life.
VOWVMSM.
DR. KITSIR'S PECTORAL BTiUP fat ELAlRA.
TILLS. Please Mad ma aaoUier aapply ef year vala
ablc Peoteral Syrup." Almost everybody areaad ea
baa the cold aad are inquiring fos "Dr. Rayeet'e feemral j
Syrup." We have to Id tlxteen bottles last week , end are .
now entirely cut. Mr. A. Alterant) Mr. P. Maher, heth
of Blalrtvlile, Pa., tell us they would not be without tt
In their families. In fact, all Who ate U once want w '
again.. . toart, respectfully,
j f, s. nattsBiua m t)Ufle
January 90, 1690,
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ANOTHIR NEW CERTiriCATB DR. REVSan-a
PIOTORAL STRUP.I had been troubled with aeoogL
and cold tor several wtaksee bad was it that I seojdaet ;
sleep. 1 bad the advice and presorlptlona frota three el
tne bettpayttoiantia ueeity, waoaa l toe Id ornate, eat eo j
net do to. I finally procured a bottle of yoac Peeteiaky
Syrup, which cured ae entirely. Signed.
838 Liberty street, PltUburgb, Pa,, Jan. ft, IStjOu
STOP THATjOOUOHINO." 'How can I do Itf "do
to Keyser'son Wood street and get a bettle of hltOeOfb
Peotoial.and If that don't cure son. your tataaaettba.
desperate Indeed." This lees peolmen of the colloquy
one hears aimoet every oay n eoia oatotuog perkMt of
tbe year. And we can, from actual esoerimant. ehaer-
fully concur ia the adviser's admonition aa ebvva, tor we
have tried the "Pectoral,'1 In a meet ttabkora was, wtth
en tire taeceta. Near two weeks age we went te Pltisburrka
with one et the most distressing, aonnary, saullta, aa
aubduable coughs we ever experienced etnoe our advent'
upon tills mundane sphere. We coughed steadily end
laboriously for one whole week, to hope af frvaedl ted,'
but It wts ae go. Ia fact It teemed rather to1 have let- ,
proved by praotlee, and to have acquired strengthetea-.
oy and dletretelOilirV by the operation, ta this stage of '
the siege, we oou jhed our way to KeyeerV let Weed St '
procured a fifty cent bottle f the -Ptetsiai;" Seek tt
according to dlreotione, and tn forly-elght hoars We wee
matter of the field, the enemy having an enndi penally
surrendered, after a brief but tmeqatj eenfllctwltb ae,
formidable an adversary as Keytar's famous "Cough
Pectoral." Drovnetm OHpper, Pee, U,lom
'.) I. .,, A.-eaaat., Sv -M til P-i,i
DR. KIYBBR'S PECTORAL 8TRTJP la prepared and
sold by Dr OKORQB H. KRYSXB, 140 Wood Street,4
Pittsburgh, Pa. ' " - . : ., '.-:. 4 :-.
JJj fali in Columbus by ROBERTS 8 AWE. ,
pOOTHACIIB REMEDY' c
A. 8TJHK CTJIUC.
Prepared and sold by v
a I.
, DaGIO.ILIITBIR, I
1 40 Wood si, PltUbnrgh.Pa.'
Price, 9J cents.'
ITT Bold In Columbus by ROBIRTS A AAMT7IL, -
octi7:8iawJUm.
JAS.M.M'KBB. WM. H. USTXBAUX.,,,,
M'KEE & RESTIEAUX,
AND,
PRODUCE BEALllIiSr,
N. B4 Nana High Itreet,
:: :-. :.; - -0 - - ;- - OOtTJMBTJS, HIO?
HAVE ON UtND AT WnOl FMTI!
and Retell, FINEST BTAPL1 "jKiOHilt:, .
VLOTJR, SALT, TA, OOfFEB, BCOAR,
8B0ARS, Eve , Bto. - Our Stock hat been J
ISA, UUl-FKB. BCOAR. TODAOOO..
lyuruiwedla
Eattern Oitlet during the Paula,
andenfimln endeavor will be to effer Inducements tov
CASH hUTEUa which are not exoeled by any tioan ia
tbeoiiyc" n'-iir" r-v -s-$ ! -dtoii)

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