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COLUMBUS. OHIO. THURSDAY, EVENING. JANUAKY 31. 1861.
KX DOLLAL3 112 YZAL
TOL. VII. NO. 203. NEW SEKIES.
DAILY, TKI-WEEKLT ASD WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBLISH? BB AUD FEOFBIXTOBB.
U" Office Sot. 88, 88 and 40, Forth High St-
fXRMB INVARIABLY IN ADVANCI.
Onll' $8 OO pryar.
By iha Carrier, per WMk, 18 $ eent.
rrl-WejH? - - . ,00 per year.
Weekly - 1 00
-rm Advertising- br qtamre
uaaquarr I yeai...30 00
r)ne ' " mor.the 18 00
ne " 0 nontb 15 00
i. " 3 month 10 00
jut ' tt month 8 Oil
iu 1 month. S 00
On tqutrt 3 WMkl. . f W
On " wk.. 8 00
Ont " ' 1 week... 1 75
On " Sday,.. 1 00
On " 9daye... 76
On " 1 tnnrtlOB SO
Dlaplayed advertlMBSbta half mor than th above
- dvetMemento leaded and pUccd In tfa column of
-Si..UI Nolle," double the ordinary raUt.
All iiulleee reqntrec to ba publlihedby law, legal rates.
U ordered oo the Inilde exclusively after the Aratweek
per etui, mora than tb above ratei; bat all luoh wll
appear In th Trl-Weekly wltbont charg.
Bu.ineieOardi, not exceeding flTtlinei, pryear, la
tide, fit 50 per Una; outside i.
Notice of meeting, charitable ootetles, fir eompanlM,
jbhraaPWM orUimmt rmet bo paid for l
tlvant TSarur will not be varied from.
Weekly, an.e price the Daily, whera th dyrtlr
ieth. Weekly alone. Where rhs DaMy and Weekly
tr both used, than tho charge M r the Wklf will b
a .11 the rate of th Dally
No advertleement Uken except for a definite period.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring & Water St.
w. b. potts & oo;,
And Mannfactnret of Bra and Oompoeltlon Outing,
F Inlehed Brail Work of all Description.
Electro Plating and Gilding!!
. STENCIL CUTTING, &C.
febl '60-dly '
A RESIDENT DENTIST.
ALL THOSE KEQUIRINO THE EH.
Tloe of a Dentinal, and favoring Dr. B. with th.lr
patronaK may rely on having aatiifaollon given . Tb
fee will be required on the completion of an operation.
OlBc four Door North of the American Uotel, over
Rudislll's Hat "tor.
Oolumbu Jan. 7-dly '
F. A. B. 8IMK1N3,
i3Lttornoy at Iiaw
AND NOTARV PUBLIC.
Office Ambu Bnlldlng, oppoilt Capitol Square
Machine Manufacturing Company
AnprAOTDUU or . :..i
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Castinp, MUl-Owlng, Kaohtmry.
of itiit Disowrnoii.
. COLVITIBCS, OHIO.
0HA8. AMBOB, gup'l. t. AMBOB.iTrea.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolis!
Through to Indianapolis without Change of Cars
and but One Change of Can between
Columbus and St. Louis.
THREE TRAINS dIEy FROM COLUM
. . BUS.
(Dally, Mondavi excepted.)
- M8UT SiPRKeB, via Bajton, at B: a. m.,top
r.lnt at London, Ztnta, Day no, Hlddlttown and Hamll
ton,arrlvlngatOlnclnnatlat8:20a. m.;toB at 3:4
a. m., lndtanopolU at 10:ta a.m.; it. Loulist U50
9 n' ' SECOND TRAIN. ' ' " '
ACCOMMODATION, at 6:10 a. m., atopptng at all 8ta
UonihetweenOolnmbmand Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
rivinv at Omdiinatl 11:03 a. at., Dayton at 0: IS a.
rivin at Omdiinatl 11:03 a. at., Dayton at 0:1
:xo p. m
DAT IXPE88,at :30p. n., itoppbg at
Jefferaon, London, Obarleaton, Oedarvlll, ienia,
Bprln Valley, Conrin, Morrow, Deerfleld, Joetor',
.Loveland, allllfordand Plalnvlll, arriving at Olndn
nati at 7.10 p. n.f Bt. Lonia at IS m; Dayton at S:3S p.
a. I Iodlaaopallat 10:38 p. n. : .
Ueplasr Oars on all Nlajht Train to
CinoinnaU and Indlaiiapolia. .
BAGGAGE - CHECKED TIIBOUGII.
for farther InfbraaUoa and Through Tick!, apply to
M. L. DOUKHIY, ;. v
' Iloket Anent, Union Depot, Ooluraboa, Ohio.
B. W. WOODWARD, '
' ; ' - - Superintendent, Cincinnati.
" . JNO. W. DOHKKTY .
A tent, Qoiamous,
sAA IIF. CH CREEN and BLACK
1UU TUAS 100 bag prim Bio Cones. . r
1 no pocket old Dutch Government Java Coffee. " '
t5f Ceylon Oollee. -
fjOAbbi. itandard Whit Soran, ooniletlDg of Fow
50 Quintal Oforg Bank 0odah.
SObbli. Mar and No.-1 Mackerel. "- .
5 to. Plek Salmon. t J.-CJ vs. '.
. tOO bx. Layer Bahinl. . , l u c.4...v
SOW. box do . -do ; , ., . ; ,
lM-Ll POWERS & BRO
;.l i' 1 t. t-i ..I;:- .v. - '
StALKM III WfOATED AND DOMEBTIO ,
t .-;! -,.u ASlL.IASOt 4BO0UB
rlo. 41 East Stat street, btwe High and
tb Peat-Offlee.Columbm, Uttio, - ,. caoua
tOIiPEfl Hit Ij IHIHTSf " V '"
WLDKN HILI, BH1KTB, - -.J .' "
r- i nni.nuu uii.i. uihtk . , - .
Th pattern of the ahirt are new. Ih Bodies, Tokes,
alamaa and boejm, an formed to fit th Deraon wltn
and comfort- Ih mark upon each one deeijnallng t)
is may b wiled oa a ln g eorract, tad iach shirt
gaamnteed wall sn. ,A
(UU . Stock t all, qnallU
ooaitaiuiy tor w
Wo. 9 goalh High tret."
TJVANCT DRESS IILKI,,, :, Z. i ;.:!,
A' i - IANUx Iiubo biuivb, .. ,.
Wir Bow offering anrtmmen stook it faney Areas
.... . .1 ktnM nWmrmA ln.,ktil.
DUB W PIKW IP W" ww.v "
Th atuattoa f th ladle ot thU city and Tidnlty m
aUklted. a ear .took I vry lot wd oomnl.t to all
novm. - w-
ror medical Purposes."
PTJHB BBASDDH8, WINJ8, C0KDIAL8, JJTB BH
l from 'Bonded Warehonae " .. .
A7.ua a, from
WM. McDOnAM). """
, ,,. i. 108 Booth High strut.
1V1 of (Ugant quallUe fgl La4lM! Slw, Mlaaea MltU
' a swat variety at,." . BAIH
Sign-.. 1 1 it, i ..; .. i.
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. MANYPENNY cV MILLER,
PER ANNUS! !
PUBLISH rXB OHIO BTATBSUAV.
)N"o. 4 GKvvnne Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HARIU
ABE NO W RECEITINOTHEIB WIN
TEE GOODS, and Invite th publlo to inipeot
them. No such itoek of Good ha vr been brought to
thii market. TheBoutli, In ooneeqatnc of th fallnra
of tb grain crop, ba not bean able to pureba tb na-
naiqnantliy or ncn gooaa, ana taw wtiuwioiw
Importer to 11 them at publlo auction. Oar buyer
(Mr. ann) hin in New York at the large (alee, took
advanlai of them, and we can and will nil onr goods
hen, at lei than any on who porch aaed two wk alnoe,
paid for them In New York. Onrttock lioomplete la
every department oi
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
- - Bought in One Day, '
At one ball the Coat of Impoitatln
In all Varieties ol tbe ceieorsaiea
laanMaturo of C. G. onn .
there Son. t"J '
MenH, Utiles and Children's Under Bbtrti and Drawer;
Ladltt, M1M and Children' Holry of all kind, In
Wool and Lamb' wool, ieey niueu uu vu v.w...
of vrf make. ; ' " - " .
A complete assortment or all the usual varie
ties of ,
LADIES' CL0TH9. ' , I
' , OVERCOATINGS.
'., " . . . TWEEDS,
FLANNELS, ... v,.; v ;.
:": ":. Z'7uV?.. . DRE33 TRIMMINGS,
Ladies and Gent's liaen Cambric Hand-
To torson who eall on , w pldg our word to
boo thaa aba Urnaa. beat . and cheapen (took Of Oood
ever Men to tbta market, oi pay tbm oo dllr. t"
nour wnii i woaing. . ;j , ., .
dol-oiyxtawitw. btubb m ifm'
GENUINE FAMI1Y LIQUORS.
t yM. B; MOREHOTJSE & CO.,
i.i TjnrrUrandinwlsikl)alartDi. 1 1 ,
Bfai41es,';'Vyine, ; Oixur and ; Began,
bar raav a on th attontloa l th eltlaen of tb TJnl.
MBtatstottwl Pr Wtaa4 Liquor, pat up un
d.r thelrown lupervliton, tor family and Mtdioal a.
laeaws oridto ult mttoatrs. Clube, Military ana
other pnblt bodl; who mutr to pareh la larsw
amaUuantitt,lu ak o bottle, will b liberally
dealt with. JrtcallstawBt a appUoatloa. . . .
OLD MOREHOUSE BITTJElia.
KOOBISaoeo ny u nropiiyaunan. ui ont icww-
Nrv9 Dtmie. A wrg, W t. purs, wool-
tome, and atlieisas to. in, tsat.: SI ay ail Jimfsuv.
i.i ;.i . WM.B.mXIBBHODBJI0.,rrp'rs, i
. ; o ul ,u , ,;..i'rU J.j Ssalbohaot Flao,
; ' ui Jrey City, H.J..
V. i.TIi nbcrtbrs whs to tttar a fa active
Din, aa Looal and TravaHnf Ageats o thtv boa,
whom uwu sa4BOBnDi wui Braij sor riro,
Blare, addr a abovw. Bt30-d3m
T71ARCT USEN AHD 81LH FANS IH
aAlbsoa Bound, aUWo.ion and la
oath Bis strMt
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
Fire & Life Insurance Co.
37Caatla street. Liverpool. S0and9l Poultry. London.
Office, 00 Wall and 01 nn atreet, new lorn.
THOMAS XOODIX, Agent, Columbus, Ohio.
Paid up Capital, Surplus
and Hesarwed Fond 0, 0(1(5,585
Invested Inthl Country over. .60O,tt O
xearijr ttevenue, over s,ouuuuu
JCTTh BhrehoIder peraonally retponslble for en
gagementaor thOompany. AllDlreotoramnatbtBnar
bolilen. Directors and Shareholder In New Tork :
Jamei Brown, Kiq., Chairman . f rancl Oottanet, Iiq
B.M. Archibald. n.B.U. Cental. Xugen Datllh, Biq.
Joieph Oalllard. Jr.EiiT. II. Grlnnell, Xtq.
Alexander Uamllta,Jr., E,q. E.I. Sanderaon, Eaq.
Counaal of lb Board.
Altriio Fxu, Esq., Besldent BeoreUry.
Local Board In Cincinnati:
N.W. Thomas Etq. J.D. Jone.B,q. RnfniKlng.Su.
' Thompaoa Neav, Eiq. Bob't Bochanaa, Eq.
The andenlgned, Agent In this city, will b bappy to
recelv appllcallonaforlninranoa lo th above Comgany,
AT TBI OITT BASK. ,
Ba can recommend It with antlr mnfldane to all deair-
oue of obUlnlng protection galnit LOSS BY VIRJi. .
No Charge for Foliciea.
novl8-tf . . . . inOB.MOODIJi.
Bath rtlole as you iuir tot your ntSBAND
Bach you need for your WIFE.
Suchaa are proper" for your DATJGIITER, '
Sochu your 8I8TIB will prawyoa for.
Bock as your BBOTOEK oaf.
Busk as yoa writ for "THB ONB TOO LOTS BEST
Bach as will b good for th " BLEBSID BAB?."
May b foand la variety, la my raw stock of
WATCHES - CHAINS JEWELIlt,
PLATED GOODS. . .
And foneral aoronnt of
Fancy and Useful Articles,
N e. . 10 Backer e Ailock.
' Secemtxr, 1800.
- FAMILY FLOCK.
TyniTE WHEAT, BBANDED '
from "Barnatt MI1U," Springfield, 0. th beat brand of
rioar brongnt to cur maraet. naimtotion goarania.
lor sale only at Wm. MCDONALD o,
novS7 ios South High itreet.
HoJidav Presents. -
nAMCon,' netjAiiVEs. niKRiitofr
J CHINTZES, DMESS SILKS, and all
Uadi oi faabtonabi. .. .
Winter ANBoCKod.. .
w ar now offering at very lew prtce
.. -j rii nana, .
decSl. No. SBIomh BIgbatmt.
;j High Sreet Store ; J
. rOB. SALE. .i : i..,
rrnn three btohy FIHE fkoof
JL BIOBT HOUSE, So 1(9, occupied ty Asia aa Id
iv.Biot Dealer, aomnlatelv fitted with 6a. furnlce
and Holatlni Jack. Tb lot I 100 by 10, snd It offand
nraonabltrmi.-; apPW" . r'
Jan7-dfet Ho. 83, Worth Third Strut.
Watches and Jewelry. .!
A TIME ARSOBTMEIVT OF WATCH
iV, Clocks, Jewelry, BUvarwar, Ac., kept oonataut
yep band a..,.,, t. ; R KIKKPATRICK'B, ' '
! So. I5, South High Street, Colombo, 0
. ITT Watoha and Jewelry repaired. ,..: .,.
do4 dim. .
GEATLKMENVN NECK IKS), , , ,. .
. . OtKTLSMBN'B MOK TIES, , .
..... aBNTLEMKN'S NECKTIES. "
Th moat deniable awortment In th elty and atnnutal-
lytowprlM. - " r)THKaia, .
I bot94.--- - i:: Ho, St South High trt
E LEO ANT PLAIN BLACK SILKS
SttMt Baeqn eo Mantle! also. Rich Trlmala
' ,ay83.-. r.-tV V ) ' ; - , . ;.
HO bbl. OboJc Appr rorvd fl milrney
tarsal, by,. : r5 Wm EBSt IBAC,
NAMES. The Ohio Statesman
Dally, nerrear. '
Tn Weekly, Pf ier. ...
[From the N. Y. Herald.]
Blood! Blood!—Who will be Responsible!
Wa have on several ooaaetoM since the Presl
deotlal election, adverted to an alleged South
ern ooaspiraoy, having for Its oojeote the seizure
or the cii or W asningtoa ou or ueiore ine a,n or
March, tbe forolbl expulsion of the President
elect, and a revolutionary usurpauoa oi the
federal government. . la our last examination
of the tubiaot. from the andisauised pronuncia-
wtienfo of ex Governor Wise, of Virginia, and
h s Rlohmood organ, and Jrom the testimony of
Governor ilicka, of Maryland, we expressed
our apprehension of danger tn this matter, and
oar approval of the course ot Mr. Buobanan in
turning over the national capital to tbe care of
thafr tried and trusty old patriot and soldier,
General Wind&sld Soott Assured of this
guardianship, such has been the publia confl
uence in tbe safety of tbe capital that no subse
qusnt report of the conspiracy in question bas at
tracted anyapeoiai attention.- t
We are at length admonished however, by
tbe leading coeroion organ of tbe Republican
party, that "while alarm is being quieted by tbe
report that General Scott's preparations have
caused an abandonment.of the plot to seize the
capital, prqufs multiply from various sources
that tbe .arraagements of tbe tebels are pro
gressing with sleepless vigilance," and that "a
letter from a naval officer at Washington de
clares that, by the most candid and well inform
ed secessionists, the successful capture of this
city la regarded as a foregone conclusion." We
are further advised by our alarmed cotemporary
that this coup d'ttat is deemed a pressing neces
sity, In order to dragoon tbe States of Mary
land and Virginia into rebellion that even a
temporary Southern occupation of Washington
is considered desirable, Inasmuoh as it "would
demoralize the army and navy, and would, also,
by distracting tbe country, give a temporary
foothold to tbelr Northern allies;" that "those
allies, especially in New York, now compelled
to caution, wait impatlenty the expected oppor
tunity to Inaugurate insurrection ih our sea
board cities," and that with tbe opportunity,
"they will rival tnir Bouiuern eonrerti in fllcb
lug our navy yards, forts and arsenals,"
In corroboration of this projeoted coup d'etat,
doubtless suggested by that through which Lou
Is Napoleon restored the imperial dynasty to
trance, one or our Washington correspondents
has apprised ns that "the moat Intense exoite
ment exists in oertain Congressional circles in
oonseauence of the faot leakinfr out that the
Howard Select Committee of tbe House have
positive evidence before tbem (positive is the
word) of a conspiracy exlstiog in this city"
(Washington) implicating prominent oflloials
and cltixens, but that "decisive aotion will be
takea in the matter, and every man, from ex-
Cabinet officers down to tbe humblest depart
ment clerk or Senate employee, will be held to
tbe strictest account." In tbis connection It has
been Intimated that every effloial at Waahine
ton, civil, military and naval, will be required
anew to take his oath of allcgiauoe to the Gov
ernment; but to render the city secure against
an possinie contingencies, our mount nbiioso
pber says: "Let Northern policemen and North
ern troops insufficient numbers be Joined to the
ponce ana muiua oi ine district, that Wash
lngton may be la tbe bands of its defenders "
. But is it not a dreadiul state of things which
oalls for each violent remedies Will nothing
but "Northern troops" sufflco to maintain law
and order in Washington, and the peaceable
inauguration oi ine rresiaeot elect? w an
ewer that one line of Instructions from Abra
ham Lincoln to the Republican nartv in Con
gress would probably change tbe whole face of
things in waanington in iweniy-iour nours.
Let Mr. Lincoln say, "1 am In favor of the Crlt
tenden compromise," and tbis Southern cod-
aniracv for the seizure of tbe Federal caDltal will
speedily vanish, and the Northern border slave
States win rauy to we support oi me union
and the laws. We believe that a single line in
behalt of compromise from the President elect
would do tbis, and place tbe border slave States
in tbe best position to act as mediators with tbe
seceded States for their restoration to the
Where, then, will He tbe responsibility should
the day appointed for tbe inauguration of tbe
new President be marked in biatory as a day In
Washington of bloody revolutionary resistance,
inaueuratlnc a eeneral olvil war? The re
sponsibility for this reign of bloody terrorism
aud anarchy win rest upon tnis republican
party, which, having the power to save tbe
capital and tbe country through a patriotic com
promise, win nave reiuaea it as incompatible
with the Chicago platform. Mr. Licoaln has
intimated that It is too late for a oomprpmise;
that the seceded States are beyond the reach of
reason. Mr. Seward saya it is to soon lor a
compromise, aud tbat one, two or tbree years
benoe, when calmness shall have returned to
tbe publia mind, then, and not till then, will be
be ready for a new treaty of union with tbe
outb. We tell tbem both that there Is not a
day to be lost, wncji every day is widening and
doepeblng tbecbasm of dissolution, aud bring
ing us, Boatn ana norm, nearer and nearer to
the bloody anarchy of Mexico.
Are tbe teachings of biatory of no value to
onr Republican leaders , Can they not compre
hend that suiy notions oi sectional pride, rival
ry and jealousies first destroyed the confedera
cy, and next tbe petty Independencies of Greece;
tbat tbe IsraUtes, from similar causes, were di
vided. Invaded, subdued and Carried off into cap
tivity; tbat tbe policy of coercion resulted in
the bloody expulsions of th Bourbons from
r ranee, of James ine second irom Eofland. and
that it oost the first Charles his crown and bis
bead Have they forgotten, on tbe other hand.
tbat tbe prolonged and majestio ascendency of
the Roman yepubllo and empire was achieved
through frequent concessions and compromises
between her patricians and plebeians; tbat the
present commanding position among the nations
ol tbe earth of England, Fracas, and even Rus
sia, is due to their surrender from time to time
of abstraction ana principles and dogmas far
tbe sake ot domestlo peaoel Above ait, cannot
tbe Repnblioan . party comprehend tbe Impor
tant fact that tha -concessions In. behalf of tb
Institution of slavery for tbe lake of the Un
ion, made by the (banders thereof, were much
greater than any now demanded from tbe wor
shippers of the Chlctgo platform. , t i ....
i Tbe feariui revolutionary event . which are
new threatening not only tbe permanent disso
lution of this Union, but tbe ebwuite: destruc
tion of our politioal Institutions, are doe to the
ancceasof a Northern party, in the attitude ol a
hostile movement against , tbe domeatio insti
tutions of the South.. .The Southern State,
appreciating the dangera ot delay, are pieoipl
tatelv seekini, the refuge, o an Independent
government, i In the Union henceforth they are
at the mercy of tht North, .unless, they are
riven the security of new bonds of protection:
out of tbe Union tbey may command the rec
ognition ot their peouliar institutions; The re
publican party have the power In their jiands to
frrant these new guarantee of Southern safety
nth Union or to deny them. Tb bolder
slave 8tate stand ready to aid In tbeeood
work of restoring the Union; bat tbey san do
nothing without some encouragement from the
republican party. .:...... i- n
If. then, the inauguration of Mr.; Lincoln
hall bs aianallrtd a the beginning of a civil
war, the responsibility will , teat apoa the foolish
Bourbons ot me repooiioaa parry.
Aumiulun EiPLoaanoN..The)lata news
from Australia to in one respeot the most im
portent ever received, to far aa the Interests
England are involved. Tht problem as to the
noaalbllltv oi crossing: am continent. 'nas aeen
virtually solved, and no qaestlon now remain
that a land traaslt may be opened up, available,
not enlv for the general rrarposea t eommero,
but also for . teUgraphio oammunlcatUn.
Adelaide, the eeneral Impression was thai
track tnteagh the teetltory that explored might
be atade available alsaost junudlately ts faqilb
tat eomiaanloatloti with IndU.jjiu;.)
.(-A ui i:;-OA UWitiUsCO'J 9J r,J i5S
The Christianization of Negroes.
four million of neeroes at the South
are tbe moeteivllised and most cbrietlanisd of
any lour millions oi negroes ever known to ex
ist upon toe laceoi mis sarin; ana any rent
al person , must know, U he knowe anything
about the negro, tbat if the supremacy of tbe
white ma over bim were abrtishea, ne wouia
Soon relapse in'o bis original condition of sav
agery. Tbe- Educational Journal, ot Forsyth,
Ga., gives the following as tbe camber of ne
gro "slaves" oonneoted with tbe different
obnrobea South i
Connected with ih M ethodiit Church South r 200,000
Mtbodit North. In Virginia and aurylana.
Ulnlooarr and Bard bbell llopii.t
Old eVboul Preabyterian
New School Preabyterian, euppoe
Cambellil, or CbrletUn Cburchei
All other aeot oomblned
i Total oolortd mamteriblp. South 4o3,UOu
"It is safe calculation," remarks tbe same
journal, ' "to say tbat three for every one oan-
neoted wltn ine euurcne auena aivioa service
on the LoroVsdsy; In tbe extreme Southern
States tber.are more, for tbe owoera and over
seer require tbem, in many instances, to turn
oat to preaching. Then 465,000 multiplied by
tbree gives us one million three hundred and
ninety-five thousand slaves in attendance oa
Divine service in the South every Sabbath.
John Brown's Colonization Scheme.
John Brown, Jr., was at Windsor, Canada,
last week, endeavoring to induce the colured
population to emigrate to Haytl, Tbe Detroit
free rress says:
He proposes to efttubtlsh a through route from
Detroit to Haytl direct. For tbis purpose he is
labor ine to induce the darkles to pack up tbelr
duds snd leave tbe cold and uncongenial climate
of Michigan and Canada for a warmer ono In
tbe West Indies. He oilers, through toe medi
um of tbe Boston Bureau of Emigration and
the Ilaytien government, to send ail persons of
African and Indian descent tree of charge
This expenee, which amounts to $15 a bead, is
to be paid by the Haytlcn government. After
they get there tbey ate taken care of for elht
days, and special efforts will bo mde to fur
nish them with employment. Those who do
sire to follow agriculture have the opportunity
furnished them to take land on the shares, also
to buy of private individuals or of the govern
ment. Tncy are exempted from the cotnpulio
ry military service of tbe country, and aro per
mitted to settle iu oalonles, and to eijoy, a'ter
one year, all tbe privileges of citizens. Toey
are, however, compelled to remain in tbe coun
try three years befoie they Hill be allowed to
leave. 1 bis latter restrictt ju extends only to
thoe who are transported at tbe at the publio
Dull Times in Virginia.
Application tor a Slay Laic Wo pereeive
tbat eeversl petitions have been laid before the
Legislature ot Virginia lor tbe passage or a
s'ay Uw. Referring to this movement tbe
Richmond correspondent of the Alexandria
Gazette saya i
Tha patple In eom of th eountlea. In one queoc. of
their Inability to ell property, find theuuelve very
much em' arrwed. Land that eoat a year a aro tn one
county (7 per acre was tried at auction, aod all that was
bid wu J 1 63 per acre. Th 1 th cue to ome extent,
with negroea. Their value li greatly reduced. Partial
cannot wll tobtooo In the Interior for cash, and the man
nfaetaren find it difficult to reallie on It. aa tbe coram!-
lion) mtrcbants won't grant thtfuiual facllltle of four
mOKtb aooepunsee. Tbui It li that they aik (or ihle
la. Tb application la not general, however, and the
propriety of grantlog It very queitlooabl. 1 here U do
difficulty In or Iling wb.at, and It ii bringing fair prlcea;
aaleaatBlchmood at 140,1 i3 for good to prime whit.
Corn li alio bringing fatrprleea, aodfrom theatleaof
tobaeoo making bare, of which a great deal la now com
ing In looae. ooe w jull mono, that tha prlcei obuln.d
rut ba remunenrtlv. Negroei for hlr an very abun
dant, and many of thoe aendlog them to the oily fir
hlr in the tobacco faotoric. hav to take them hnmt
again, a th muuiaeturea, uutU mtttera get tettled
down, are not dlipoaed to hire. Many are now at work
at preient lor their vlctuali and clotbri, the owneri hop
ing that by Apill matter will return their uiual ac
SogoHDM MoLissxs. In some parts of Illi
nois sorghum growing and molasses making
have been carrit-d on quiet extensively during
toe past year. The unioago I noun well says:
"We look forward to the day, and tbat not
far distant, when every Western State will not
only manufacture its own molacsrs, but cargoes
of merchantable sugar, for supplyics; less fav
ored part of tbe country. Tbe sorghum is a ten
fold more promising objtct of experiment than
was the sugar beet 'when first taken up by tbe
French; but tbe latter plan, has become one
the great staples of French agriculture, and
an immense amount of capital is invested
tbe production of sugar therefrom, with results
eminently satisfactory to capitalists, farmers,
the Government, and the consumers of cheap
sugar. Let the West profit by tbe experlesce."
CooKSDEi. The present fashion of weiring
oookades at the South is tbe revival of a ous
tom much in vogue in tbis country when Jubn
Adams was President. Tbe friends of Mr.
Adams adopted the black cockade as tbe die
tiogulshlng badge, and men by an unconioi ws
impulse looked to the bat of every one they'
met, rather than at bis face, to see whether
not be wore the partisan badge, that they might
determine whether to regard him aaa friend
or an enemy. Party spirit ran very high
those times; friendships were broken by polit
ical differences between intimate friends, and
men wbo had been tcquaiu lancet all tbeir Uvea
crossed tbe street to avoid meeting each other.
ONE WEEK MORE.
WH SHALL CONTINUE TO BELL
: ; FOR GASH ONLV, :
laaouoHouT tes peeseht week.
, , ; AtiBR wnicu
' WILL BE ArTPIOCNOED
For the Patronage of j the Public.
, P. BAIS.
t, South nigh Btreet.
January t9. TB81.
HOW ARD & GO'S,
p ALL AT HO. ft9, SOTJTn HIGH ST.,
v . ana uam ear mi aaaa or ,i .
manuf.ctured by B. BOW ARB A 00 . Boitfin. Mat
Ibeee Watcae. are rar aupeilor to any tbli g ,v.r offered
to th publlo, heretofore. Having the xoluIv tgency,
I can aen tnem at pnoM to lull tb urn." I bavJut
raceiTva a larg iioca oi ,
maaufaetaredby APrLBION, TBACY, CO ) alio,
Bnaiortmeotot . - ,-. i .,. : ...
EXGLISn AUD SWI89 WATC0B9,
In Qold and Ellver Oaaei, a'i Panic piio.
jnW ;. , . W.J. SaVAQl.
, ; FOR SALE,:: i
, A ' lahce boot or land lying
f en tbe National Road, Weat ef Cntumbue.
from two to Bvc Bile from th elty. The property
be aoM la lot to lult purcnae.r, and on favorable term
.Apply to .., , . , ,J , ' ' W. ANDUKWB,
janlO-ddW ' 'i , Agentfor John Q. Uolloway-"
Oolomboa, January 10.- -
gant Ribbon, lu great variety at . BAIIt'8,
t . Wn. J. Hl.h atrwt-l
Ho. 89, High
l ' - ?r5t;- Vr I,
; ' ,
Scrofula, or King's Evil,
is a constitutional disease, a corruption of tin
blood, by which, this fluid becomes vitiated,
weak, and poor. Being ia 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 there one which it may
not destroy. The scrofulous taint is variously
caused by mercurial disease, low living, dis
ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, filth
and til thy habits, the depressing vices, and,
above all, by the venereal infection. What
ever he its origin, it is hereditary in the con
htitution, descending " from parents to children
unto the third and fourth generation ; " indeed,
it seems to bt the rod of Him who says, "I
will visit the iniquities of the father upon
their children." "
Its effects commence by depotidon front the
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in
the lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termed
tubercles; in tha glands, swellings and on
the surface, eruptions or soros. This foul cor.
mption, which genders in th blood, depresses
tha. energies of life, so that scrofulous constitu
tions not only suffer from scrofulous com
plaints, but they have fur less power to with
stand Uic attacks of other diseases; conse
quently vast numbers perish br disorder '
which, nUhotigh not scrofulous in their nature,
nvo still rendered fatal by this taint in the
system. Most of the consumption whioh do
cumttcs the human family has its origin directly
in thii scrofulous contamination and many
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain,
mid, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or
arc aggravated by the same cause.
One quarter of all our people are scrofulous ;
their persons are invaded uy tills 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.
audi a medicine wo supply in
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical
skill of our times enn devise for this every,
where prevailing and fatal malady. It is com
bined from the most active remedials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue oi tho
svstem from its destructive consequences.
Hence it should be employed for the cure of
not only Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions which arise from it, such as EntiPTivi
and Skim Diseases, St. Anthokt' Fiub,
Rose, or Eutsipelas, Pimvi.es, Pustules,
. Bi.oTciirs, Blains and Bon.s.TCMons, Tetter
and Salt Kheusi, Scald .Head, Hinowobw,
IlHia'MATiFM, Syphilitic andMEiicuiiiALDis
eapls, Dhoi'sr, Dyspepsia, Deuilitt, and,
indeed, all Compi.aihts aiusimo most Vitia
ted oit Impuub Bi.oou. The popular belief
in " impurity of tht blood is founded in trwtn,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The
particular purposo and virtue of this Sarsapa
rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible in
rox THE SPEEDY cure or
Intermittent Fever, or Fever and Ague,
Remittent Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb
Ague, Periodical Headache, or Billons
Headache, and Billon Fevers, Indeed
for th whole class of dlteaies originat
ing In biliary derangement, canted by
the JUalarla of Mtasmatta Cowntrles.
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 invaluablo in districts
where tlieso afflicting disorders prevail. This
"CcrtF. " expels the miasmatia poison of Feveb
and Aoue from the system, and prevents the de
velopment or the disease, if taiten on tn nnt ap
proach of ita premonitory symptoms. It is not only
tho beat remedy ever yet diicovered for thi class
of complaints, but also the-cheapest. Tho large
quantity we supply for a dollar brings it within the
reach of every body ; and In bilious districts, where
Fever and Aque prevails, every body should
have it and use it freely both for cure ana protec
tion. A great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and certain
cure oi lntermittems is that it eomains no ummnt
or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
other injurious sheets whatever upon th constitu
tion. Uhose cured by it are left as healthy as if
thev had never had tbe disease.
I ever and Ague is not alone tht consequence ot
the mlaanatio poison. A great variety of disor
ders arise from its Irritation, among which are
Situyalqia, Rheumatism, Gout, Headache, Blind
Toothache, Laratht, Catarrh, Asthma, Pal
pitation, Painful Affection of tht Spleen, llytter-
tcs, ram m mo uuvmm, vpmc, j-araiyju aaa xsv
rangemtnt of tht Stomach, all of which, when
originaung ia uu cauae, put on tno mermwcn
type, cr become periodical. Thi " Ccux " sxpcls
the poison from tho blood, and consequently cures
local an au&o. it l an mvaiuuuic pruuwuuu iu
Immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily
Tesidirg in the malarious district. If taken occa
sionally or daily while exposed to the Infection,
that will be excreted from th syatem, and cannot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis
ease, llenc tt is evn more vaiuaoie tor protec
tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from Inter
mittent if thev avail themselves of tho protection
this remedy affords.
Prepared by Dr. J. 0. ATEB & CO., Lowell, Mais.
ROBERTS at SAMUEL, Ooluobn.
And-bv Dmggl.ta and Dealer! everywhere, .
. 711 F.
WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN-
HAVlitO A OIBOULATION
LaBOEB bt bxveb&l thousands
Than any other paper la Ohio, ouuide ot ClaMnnatl
Offers Facilities for Advertising
Which CANNOT f AIL to bring:
.toeedr and llemunerall ve neinrna
To tho whs tak advantag f them.
THE WEEKIjY BTATBSMAM,
Slitrlbutcd aa It I through every Boat Offlo In Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Who patronag I raluabl. and who eldom sea th
Sally BdlUons of elty Journal!! and a only
A Limited KamDer of Advertiiements
, At lort4 la Its eotomns, sppoprlately and
. TUT CANNOT fAU TO '
,,v. . .. oi Atu;;;,
; AdvertWog in th'. WBBKLT 8TATS8MAN will an
.i-i! ' It sdvumgoas In ' -: i. ! :
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which I almoet oertain, to follow an ciUnilv dlaaemln
-.. '1 i atloa ef akaowldgf tblr twain . .
AKOSQ COTJBTUT DEALERS I
ADVBRTI8XMKNTS LNIBNPBD BOB -.
Tho Weekly Statesman
- Should be handed In before Friday ao.' '
OWB-HALP OF A Wtiwa. a-..
Damoeratle PrlnUng OOlo. loeated In a tourUhleg
town tn Southarn OWo, U for ul upon good trm.
a good PrlnUr, who canglv iultbl reference, a
. Addeattw8tten, OolumbuSj Ohlc
t Jan. SOilf ;
' - i
tg ' f
TTPf I5VITS ATTXNTTOM to
traordlnary cares by .
Tbey an at hm. and an ana wke kaa AnAtana in
quire ol th penoa wu hav been oaied by la.
BX AMINE LCNOJ WITHOUT CHAROg, Boa ALL
THUS) WHO NKKD BIS aUDIOlNBS. .
ATTEND TO YOUB COLDS -A eas of flv yr'
tandiog eared by D. KBYSBU'S PBOTORAL IXbXit. .
Prmacaoa.Jan. 11, 18W. 1
Da. Kavaia: My wlf ha been afdlowd with a had
ough aud diffioulty of breathing, for Ova or ut yar,
wuiuu,iur wT.nii yearauaca, nau graaoaiiy inraaia tn -vlol.no.
lb complaint ba ba BSredltaiv. and b .
had been treated by leveral pbv.lclan without aor re-
llef. In thi itat of her oax, 1 proonred aome of roar
Pectoral Cough Syrap. Ibouibt, tb Brat tha. a tor
oant bottle, which relieved hr v.ry muoh ; I than called
and got a dollar bottle, whloh earad her aottrely, aad
ahe bu now no traa of th former dlataea, except wwk
neee. I would alao itat that I aaad th andlouu mf
alf uaeoldandeuagb. Th medicine eared by tk
log on aoe I xpre By entire tatl.bk-Uon with tbe
medicine, and yoa r at liberty lo publish thai If yaw -dMlr
to do o. .. WH. WILSON,
Pi-mstrasa. Kov. 18. IBM.
Da. Kavisa: Although not aa advocate of Ha leal '
Uadlcin, In onl, it afford! m pleaaar Indeaeilbcr ,
bl to raconuaand your Pcoloral Syrup. Ai a meiUclne
It la well worthy tbe attention of any penoa the may A ' t
any manner be affitoud with ougba, sold aud toamneat
of ani hind, and for th peculiar quallAoaUona for r- ' r -1
moving tl that dUig ratable Mnaatlon atlaodlag - , . T
I bare been, mor or I, In my lira, sneered With tb
veret ef cold and boareene. At Urn my throat
would beoom o ol, d a to prevent mycpeaklci abovw
a wbliper. and by taking a few do f the akeve Byrap
In ioommendiap thi madlcin, I meet anhautetlngly ' ' -
uy that It la tbe beet rmdy 1 vr foand, parpetdag e . 'J.
our tba above, nor ahoald any family b without thi
remedy for die o prevalent. - - - ..
Your, moat raepectfully, ...
Cubier CUlaena' Depoalt Baca.
8-nroajrvaxs,0., Harch M, 1KB ' '
I have aaed Dr. Keywr' Oough Syrap for a bad ooagh
of teveral year tending, and can cheerfully say H S
th bct mMlcio for th aam that 1 hav ever taken.
COL. PRATT AND HE. KETSIB'S PBCTOBAL "
BTBUP Da. SiTua-lwr Sir: aUcao the delay t ;
our uknowldglas tbe zolloo cf Tour Pectoral Oough
Syrup aooner. 1 lake greet piaaaar la jlnf thai li M -all
yoa ey III.- It knocked Us noim cm o covyi
and in woret on 1 wa v.r amiotea im: 1 liaveool
nai mor than on-balf of tb bottle, and I can and d -wiah
tbat all who are afflicted would give It aa fair a trial
aa 1 hav done, and thy will ba proud to eay, "It I o ' '
quack madlcin." I would not auffer aaethcr soea aa
attack for any oonaldaratlon, or at any ooet. lameon
fldoot I can breath mor freely than I v-v did I ahall .
alwayi aokaowladg a debt of gratitude for Inventing .
excellent a remedy. Ton an at liberty to aaa my aaaa
in thia regard, aa yoa thick proper Jt. F. PBalt, .-
Aleaienger Common Council, PltUbargh, P.
PltUbargb, May 11, IBM. ,
N. B I am ao atranger to my fllow-cttla,and
who entertain donbtajoan conialt me peraosally .
PtTtaapaon. April St, 1KT. " -BBADTEBTaCTn.S-Da.
Krraa: 1 have a daagav- . .
ter who baa taken leveral medicine for a bad cough,
without benettt among them Ayar Cherry Peetetal.
I purchased from yoa a bottle ef you PBOTOaAL
SYRUP, and before ibe had used halt a bottl the was
relieved. Tb second bottl cured her ntlrlyof Aw
cough. joiia Damn,
Roblnaon street, Allegheny.
Prrreacaoa, Deeembar, 31, 1B5S.
A GBBAT CURB BT Da, KSYSBa'd PBOTOBAL
BYHUP. I lire la Peebles townablp, AUegkesy ceoaty.
I had a coughing and .pitting, which comanoed about
th tth of February laat, aod continued eight month, I
am ploy td th but pbytiolaoa la th country, aod say
sough continued unabated naUl early In October. At "
blaiiP.wblobld'd. aodalt.r I had taken one bettl I
waa entirely frM from the coughing and epitting. I had -deipalredof
ever getting well, aad I ihlna It ahonld be- rrj
known that thia valuable reaedy will do for ether what .
ithaidonolnmyoaao. JOriN 0. LITTLB, -
Wltn B. . Aaaa. Peebles towahlp,,
Pirrog Tr., April 14, 1837.- -A
WOMDIRfCL OCR Some time ago, aa eld
neighbor of ruin wa vry 111 with a bad oough which
very one (apposed to beeoniampdoa. Bl relative -told
me that be bad Ula vry rwaedy tbey heard ef ,
without benefit ; hi bralh.r aa to k m die, and all
were eoafUmed In th eel f that be eeald not live. I ' -had
about lb third cf a bottl of year Peotcral Syrap.
wbiob I gav him, and It nrmly cured bint, I the tos
lahaintaf all.- What mat a t6ee.ee aui rcawkakt, '
U tbe rztreme ag of tbe mao,h.belogabouiahilityiaxa
old. I hav ao doubt tb Pectoral saved hi Mr.
1 '' - 0 ' y ;t- i -i t r,
SR. KBTBBR'B PBCTOBAt STStP IS PLirBi-
VILLB.-Pl.aa. wndm another eupply of your vlf- '
abl ' Pectoral Syrup." Almoet vrybody aroaad a -1
baa the oold and ar inquiring for "Dr. B.eyerl Pectoral
Syrup." W hav aoldiUteen bottle laat week.andara 1
now entirely out. Mr. A. AlUrand Mr. P. atahar, both
of Blalrtvl.l, Pa , tell oa tbey would not be trlibout ft '
In their tamlllee. In fact, all who on II one wast it '
again. You, raepectfully, - ,',
4, p. naiia-iujua t sua
JaaaarySO, 1880. ' .
ANOTIIBR NBW CSBTiriCATX-DR. KBTSBB'S '
PBOTOBAL STROP. I had bwatroabledwldiaeewl '
and cold lor aenral VMka M bad va. It that 1 eould not ,
Uep. 1 bad tneadvice and prewrlptlon. from three of
tbebeatphyiioian.ln tbeeity, whom I uldaamaieatde '
not do o. I Anally proonred a bottle of yoot Pectoral
Syrap, which cured me ntiralr. Blgnad, ' ' -
v ..i d. n.DiauaTga, ' v1
836 liberty street, Pittsburgh, Pa , Jan. , 1880.. j
STOP THAT 'COtjaHINO." 'How f A Uf Jo ,
to Kejaer'ior. Wood itreetandget s botuaef bUOoogh
Pectoial, and If that don't our you. your -eae maw be- '
dope rata v.deed." 101 aiaapeoiaeeef lb esUoaav 4.
one hear .moel every day ia old oatchlog period, of
th year- And w caa, from actual exyertmeol, ebrat' X
fnlly oiKr In th sdvleer' admouluon aa ah, (or re
bare tried tb ''Pectoral," In a Boat etubbora oa, wllA '
arrtire wise. Near two weak aga ws went ts PltteargA,i
with cneef th Boat dletreealng, oontrary, mullah, an
ubdnabl cough w vr experienced etne an auveat
upon UU mandan aphere. We- eougeed sleadtia aad
laoonouity tor one wnowweeu, in oopea oi urine )
but It waa n go. Ia fact tt eaeaed rather to kav ia '
proved by praone. and to bat aoqulred trengtb.polen
cry and dUtrettioUUy by the operation. " la toll itage of "
tb ig, wt warned our way k, Ktyr'a 140 Wood Bt, --procured
a fifty cent bottle ef Ih -Pectoral;' took It
aaooratag to oiracaona, aneiniony-wignt aearawe.wvea.-
the fi.ld. tb Snsaty havbie adiUeealls- r.
aur rendered, after a brief bat aneqaef eoofjiot with o
formldabl aa advonery eaKaywr aiinl S!aan :
Ptoml."-iwcaW OUpfr,Pe. Waij(,l3,
DR. KBTBBR'B PBCTOBAt STR0PIprrrdaJ
(otdbyDr OBOBOB H. AJfXSJEB, .J0.)Vw.r,;
trjburah.Pa. . ..
lf Ooia veiuarau oy .UMAll a. UAauaaMiV-J
A. BXJRE crrjrriK.
Prepared an4 sold by
; u..!-.; t.'fi,:Ci
.i. b A-.aJSv odt
.J w. jujjiitA L.13 I--0
140 st-i nUakajab, Pa,
ITT Sold In Ooluabu by ROBtRII AifOtLvd;
JAA Vli U'KBf. : i '.- WM. . BJ"WHATIJ
M'KEE & RESTJE
.1 a a i- J 1
- Ma. B Narlti Hlgl ttrtAtrJiSia.
i :L .a U. OOltJallTia, 0810,30
HAVE OH HAND AT Wll OLfr.'!'?'
and BeUII, FINEST STAP'-ll bBOflBUlF,,
FLOTJtt, BALT, TBA. OOrfBE, 8UUAR, TOUAUOO,
SBOAHS, Br , TO. Onr teea baa been pavtbeelA li
Butera Oltf during the Paul, i .-. j. t. j. ,
andourmaln endeavor will b t eff.r l- l'ic ,nlU
CAA? S StSlui whiok ar eel ald i) y mm la
WWo ;-.o ii: u'.n :U4 L-nc;
lU-i-; Q&vl ()i3 01