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yOi. VII. NO. 205, NEW SERIES, COLUMBUS. OHIO. SATURDAY EVENINU. FEBBUARY 2. 1861.
SIX S0ILAS3 PE3 TEAS'
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DAILY. TEI-WEKLY AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBII8H2E8 AND PBOFBIETOB8,
IT Ofllfie No. SO, 88 and 40, Vorth High St.
TERMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE.
Dally ' - $0 00 pr year.
' " uy in tamer, per ween, eeni.
rrl-WejUy - S 00 per year
Weekly ! 100 "
rm u Advertising by the Square.
ne'Uare I fai...$30 00
Oue . " ti noi.ths 1H 00
Jne " fl months 15 00
3m '3 months 10 00
One ii i! months ,8 00
Jne . " . I month. S 00
One square 3 weeks.. $4 00
One " 8 weeks.. 3 00
One " lweek... 1 71
One
One
One
3 days... l ou
Sdays... 75
lloiertlon SO
Displayed advrtlsimnt half more than the ahovt
rites.
Advertisement leaded and placed la the eolama of
' All iiutlce3 rinlrea to be published by law, legal rate.
If urdereAoa tiielnilfleexcinsiveiyaiiortuanratweeE
per cent . more th&n the above ratea; but all auch wll
mutir In Lli Trl-.Waeklv without charee.
Diulnm Cards, not exceeding atellnei, per year, tnr
ilde, 2 50 per llneiOuUlde2, .
Notlc'BormeuUiigD.uluiritHbleJooletlea.nreoompanlei,
fei,, hair price. . , . . , , . . .
All trdnBlMt (idv&riUmimti mutt b paid for
flxanct Tlie rule will not be raried frem.
WcfVly. name price ae the Bally, where the advertiser
leithe Weekly alone. Where 'he Bally and Weekly
a re both ned, then the charge lr the Weekly will be
mir the rates or tne uaiiy
No adTertlaement taken except for a definite period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring & Water St.,
Oolumloua, Ohio.
W. B. POTTS & CO.,
And Manufacturers of Brass and Composition Castings,
kinitlnd Brass Work of all Descriptions.
Electro Plating and Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTING, tC.
Mfl'CO-dly.
ggggDr. J, B. jBeauman,
A BESIDENt DENTIST.
A I.L TIIOMK KEQI7IIIIIVOTIIE 8EH
IV vices of a Dentlnst, and favoriniDr. B. with thrrr
patrunsge may rely on havlna; satisfaction glren. The
fee will be required on the completion of an operation.
Office four Boors North of the American Hotel, over
Rudisill's Rat Store.
Oolumbue Jan 7-dly
. . . . . F. A. B. SIMEINS,
Attorney a,t Law
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office Amois Uulldlng, opposite Oapliol Bqusre.
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
Machine Manafactaring Company
oojii.cti.eo.cBo.coJV
iaVffj..tlljJa.
.!! MANUFAOTDRlnS Of ' ''
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Carting, JKIU-Oewlnc, Maettaery '..
rinilroad Worlt
. or ma? pMommoM.
-.aw wr rmm ms srravi ksTtfn
0HA8. AMD08, ftnpV '
doolie 185H-tf
. P. AktBOS.iTreas.
no
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton & Indianapolis!
Through to IndianaDolis witboat Change of Car
and bnt One Change of Cars between
Colnmbus and St. Louis.
THRES TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS. FIRSTTRAIN.
' (Bally, Mondaysexcepled.l
NIOUT KXPEK3B, Ha Dayton, at 8:5 a. n stop
ping at London, Xenla, Dayton, Uiddletown and Hamil
ton, arriving at Cincinnati at 8:!0 a. m.j Bayton at 5:45
a. su., Indlanopolii at 10:48 a. m.;tt. Louis at 11:J0
.. . SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, at 0:10 a. m., stopping at all Sta
tions between Columbus and Cincinnati and Bayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati U:W a. ru., Bayton at 9: 15 a. m.,
InJlanopollsaI2;28 p. m.y
TIIIRD TRAIN. .,
BAY EXPBE8B, at 8:30 p. m., stopping at Alton,
JtOcrsou, London, Charleston,' Cedarvllle, Xenla,
Spring Talley, Corwln, Morrow, ' Deerfleld, Foster's.
Loscland, Mlllford and Plainville, arriving at Cincin
nati at 7:20 p. ro.i Bt. Louis at 18 m; Bayton at 5:35 p.
m.; IndUnopoltsat 10:3a p. m. ,
Sleeplnr Oars on all Nisrht Trains to
Clnulniiuil stud lndtanapolisj.
BAGGAGE CnECKr.D (.TIIBOI70Us
for Inrther Information and Throng Ticket, apply to
i M. I. DOHERTY,
.. Ticket Agent, TJnloq Depot, Columbus, Ohio.
- i i i ' ' ' ' Bnporlntendent, Cincinnati.
JMl.W.DOHKRTY.
jul3
- Agent, Columbus,
:. jait Eeoelvea!
-i A A Ilf Oil SHEEN and VliACK
. lUvTKAS tOO bags prime RIo Oonee. .
ISO pookets old Dutch Government Java Coffee.
18 begs Oeyloa Coffee. '') . v . i
flOObbls. Standard White Sugars, oonslttlng of Pow
dred,Ohrnshsd, dranulated A and B Coffee. .
60 qulnlala George Bank Codfish. '
gObbls. Mess and No. 1 Mackerel. ' -' '
A toe. Pick Salmon, r - ' ... - id- '
100 bi. layer Raisins. , j , . s i ;
60 hf. box do do , v
lOOqr.boX do de '
' IOO M Cigars, different brands and grades. '
bov37 t -. WM.MoDONALP.
M. M.' POWERS & BRO
DIALERS IN IMrOBTED AND DOMEflTIO
CIOAHN,
TOBACCO, .. ' ' ,
8NDAND IAN0T ARTICLE1
No. 4 1 Kaat Stat Street, between nigh and
the rosi-uruc,uoiumlms, unio. - ooxwaum
GOIiDEN HII. I, 8IIIHTS, . .
. flOLDEtl HILL BH1BT8, ',' , .
' ' -QOLDKN BILL ffiiniTB. ,l
ThSMttern of these shirts are new. The Bodies. Yokes,
sleeves and bosoms are formed to fit the person with ease
and comfort. The nark upon each one designating the
sis aaj Mrs nea on poibj eorreov, ana eacnsninis
guaranteed well made. A full stock of all qualities
constantly for sale at : ' BAIN'B,'
novSM.. - No. WBonth High street
DHKM RIXKll, - . : .
7 VANOY DB88 BILKS, '
IAHUI vauob pw,
We an now offering our Immense stock of ranoy Ores
..... . . . . . 1 I In .tit.
riiis a prices urn uin ww hiui. uv. u v..
The atteattein of the ladles of this city and - vicinity Is
solicited, aa our stock Is very seleot and complete in all
graaes or rooasin mis line.
nov4. No. 19 gonth High street
' For Medical Parpoae.' ' ,
PURR BRANDH TT.S. WINKS, COUDIALBANB Bit
Teas, from ''Bonded Warehouse " . ' . , k .
nai. avvusiiV
10(1 South High street.
! I r .... nrtT.T
aov87
UfAIiTESIS it TnilF.AD LACE ITIITTS
lYL of elegant qtiuU for Ladies; also, Misses' Mitts
great variety at . ' .. . . . . PArN'0.
SieVl i..::,' .: ) S 1 (, 'i. K -v .
ANNUAL PROSPECTUS
. " " - ; ,-i .
" OF THE ' '
iiti no mmm
ONE DOLLAR
PREMIUMS FOR CLUBS ! !
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THE WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN IS PRINTED. ON ' - :
-A. MAMMOTH S H 33 US T,
' , - AT THE LOW RATE OFJ ' "
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR!
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
It ia an old and reliable Democratic Journal, and, iu a political paper, has
No Superior inDblo or any other State!
n addition to ita politieal character, it is a first clan 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 the latest and most reliable
From all the prineipal marts of Trade and Commerce.
The Easiness Man, the Mechanic, the Farmer and the Laborer
Will each find their tastes and interest consulted and attended to in the columns of
THE '77"3I!IDI3C.Xj'3sr OT-A.T33Q3SJ:-A.ar.
During the session of Congress and the Ohio Legislature, the readers of the Wisely Status
man will be furnished with a oonoiBe report of the doings of each of those bodies.
During the past year, the circulation of the Wikkly Statesman uag increased very rapidly,
being now more than double what it was twelve months ago, It is our desire to extend its cir
culation, not only in Ohio,
But in all the States and Territories West of tlsl
In proportion as it is diffused among the people, its usefulness will be increased; and wo invite
, our political and personal friends to aid ns in giving to the Wekkit Statksmam
The Largest Possible Circulation
Among the people. The prioe of tho paper is so low that no Domocrat need be without it. As
an inducement to friends to aid ns in increasing the circulation of the Weekly Statesman, we
WlllBlV- A PREMIUM OF THIRTY DOLLARS
To the person who will.byjthe 1st dayof January, 1861, send ns the largest Club of yearly
ubscribers, with the cash for the same; TWENTY DOLLARS to the person who sends us the
second lwnt Club of subscribers aa aforesaid; TEN DOLLARS to the person who sends us
the third largest Club of subscribers as aforesaid; and to each person who sends us a Club vf
ten yearly subscribers, with the cash for the same, we will send a copy of the
Weekly Statesman One, Year without Charge!
O Those who are willing to compete for the Premiums, or solicit subscribers for the States-,
man, can ent this Prospectus out of the paper and attach to it a strip of writing paper, on which
to record the names of all persona who may become subscriber.
MANTPENNT & MILLER, '
- I- WM.I8UBM OHIO STATESMAN.
PER ANNUM !
NAMES.
STONE'S BAZAAR.
N"o. 4z Ghvyiuio Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HARRA
ABE NOW REOEITINfiTHEIBWIN.
TER GOODS, and Invite the publio to Inspect
them. No such stock of Goods has ever Men Drought to
thia market. Th flouth. In eonseauence of tho failure
of the grain crop, baa not been able to purchase the us
ual quantity of rioh goods, and this fact has forced the
Importers to sell tnera at puouo auoiion. uur nuyer
CM r. atone) belnr in New York at these large sales, took
advantage of them, and wo can and will sell our goods
here, at less than any one who purchased two weeks since,
paid for them in New York. Our stock is complete In
every department of
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
OTTOMAN VELOURS,
BROCHE VALENCIAS,
PRINTED MERINOS, .
PRINTED COBURGS,
DYED COBUGS:
BLACK ALPACAS,
ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS, PRINTS,
DELAINES.
SHAWLS AMD CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars "Worth
Bought in. One Day," .
At one ball the Coat of Impoitation.
LADIES' FURS, -
In all Varieties, of the Celebrated
irjannfature of C. G. oun
' . - thera V Son. ; ;
! HOSIERY: DEPARTMENT, ; .
Men's, Ladles and Children's Under Bhlrto and Drawers)
Ladles, Misses and Children's Hosiery of all kinds, in
Wool and Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined and Cotton Gloves
of every make. , , . ... ...
f ; ..(..J, : ALSO iii,' ' -'
A complete assortment of all the uaual varie
ties of" - -. -1: i i :.? ; . 'v -
LADIES' CLOTHS,
s CASSlMtKta, . r
; : OVERCOATINGS, :
' TWEEDS,
FLANNELS,
, . RIBBUfta,
DRE33 TRIMMINGS,
Ladies and Gent's Linen Cambrio Hand-
j kerohiefft, 4e., &o.' '
To Dersonswho call on ns, we olodg ear words to
show Ihssa the lamest, best and oheaneat stock of Goods
ever seen la this market, or pay them on dollar per
hour while looting, r i , ,j . .. .
deel-dlyxtawitw. btunb o uanaa.
GENUINE FAMILY LIQUORS.
WM. B. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
! Importrt and Wholeule Detlenio "
Braudiei, Winei, Oini and Segan,
to 1mt to Mil ti AttM.Uon or th oltlMni of thoUnl
. T . VIJ.aa aJ T Unass ni tin nik-
. , Aas V.vmMsw sanrl Mw4Lrl ttsia.
11 i& .uls MarAMM. ffl lnhsn. U lltEtrv aintl
ID Olftl pwnw IV fttiii wviis. -
other publio bodloK who itqii.ro to purohMO In terfl or
. ..r ...1 1- W a hntlaa will k llnillw
small quauuiwi, o .
dealt with, l'rlc List sent on applioaUon,
OLD MOREHOTOE BITTERS.
' nnnM hw the first Dhvstolans as the best reme
dy ksown for Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Debility, and all
nervous Diseases. AS a oevenuj. !"
some, and deliotous to ths taste. Bold by all Druggist.
I """WM; E. MORinOTJSl a 08., Prop'rs, ?"
3 k 8 Exohaog riaoe, .
i, , ' f ; f i . ' s ' '. Jersey City, N. J.
P.B. Ths subscribers wish to sngaga few active
men, aa Local and Traveling Arents for their house, to
whoa liberal inducements will be offered. For partlo
nlars, address as abet oot30d3sa
TTtAMCTf EIM EN AND II t.K. r ANS-IN
A7 new style! i , iKIebon Bound, EatmsKm ani Ia
dlaarsnaat , m ... . BAlM'i .
mayS3 Ro. M tenth Uigh stmt .
NAMES.
' - Fire Inauranco! ir-
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
Fire & Life Insurance Co.
37 Cutle street. Liverpool.' 20 and 21 Poultry, London.
Office, 58 Wall and 61 Pine streets, New York.
1 THOMAS HOODIE, Agent, Columbus, Onio. .
Paid up Caplfnl, Surplus
and Keaerred t'anda 90tO(!8,5B5
Inwesteo In thia fJouutry over..800,(j 0
Yearly Uevenue, over 2,500,000
IE? The Shareholder personally responsible for en--gngements
of the Company. All Bireotors mast be Share
holders. .. .
Directors and Shareholders In New York:. .,
James Brown, Esq., Chairman. Francis Cottenet, Xsq.,
Beputy Chairman.
W. M.Archibald, H. B. M. Consul. Eugene Butllh, Esq.
Joseph Qalllard, Jr.,Esq. - - II. Orinnell, Esq.
Alexander Hamilton. Jr., Esq.. B. F. Sanderson, Esq.
Aua. Bahilton, Jr., Esq.,
Counsel of the BosiJ.
ALraro Pill, Esq., Resident Seoretaryt "' ' ; '
. . i , i i -
Local Board In Cincinnati: . . ,
N.W. Thomas, Esq. J. D. Jones, Esq. Rufus King, Esq.
. Thompson Neare, Esq., Rob't Buchanan, tq. .
The undersigned) Agent In this city, will be happy to
receive applications for Insurance In the above Company,
AT THE CITY BANK.
'lie ran recommend It with entire confidence to all desir
ous of obtaining protection against L03D BY PIRE.
No Charge for Policies. - '
novlS-tf TH08.M00BIE."
HOLIDAYS. ,
., , ..,-. . FANCIES. . . .
Snch articles as yon dttire for yonr HUSBAND
Bach as you nttd for your WIFE. -Bach
as utproptr for yonr BAUGHTER.
Such aa your BISTER will praim you for.
Buoh as your BROTHER car v.
Bach as yon want for ' TBI ONE YOC LOVB BEST.'
Such as will be pood for the " BLESSED BABY." ' '.
Such as all tett for, '
' May bo found In variety, In my new stock of ' t " " '
WATCHES, CHAINS, JEWF.LHT,
PLATED GOODS,
And general assortment of . ' . , ' ". :" '."'
' ;' Taney a&A TJiefnl 'Aitlole. . '. '.' '
WM. BLYNN,
No. 10 nnckeyo lllock.
December, I860.
. . FAIfllliV FLOCll.
"yyiUTK WnEAT, BRANDED '
- "SNOWFLAKE," '
From "Bamett Mills," SpringSeld, 0. the best brand of
riour Drought to our market, eatitractlon guaranteed.
For sale only at WM. UoBONALD'S,
nov27 109 Booth High street.
HoJidav -Presents. .
CALICOS, DeliAINE!, MKltlltOS,
CHIMfZES, UltESS SILKS, and all
kinds of fashionable
. Winter Dreas Goods,
we are now offering at very low prices.
, rSTJSK bain, ,
deeSl. ' ' No.MBonih High street.
High Sreet Storo
FOB SALE.
TnE TnREE STORY FIRE PROOF
BTORY HOUSE, No 162, occupied kv Akin AKm-
oiy.Btove Dealers, completely atted with lOas, Furalce
and Hoisting Jack. The lot is 100 by SO, and is offered
on reasonable terms, - - Apply to .
, i , ,, . WM. B- BROWN, ' i
JanT-dfel ' . ' No. 33, North Third Street.
I
Watches and Jewelry. ,
A FINE ASSOBTtflENT OF WATCH
es, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, to., kept constant
y on hand at -
, R, KIRRTATRTOK'S,
No. m. South High Street, Columbus, 0.
in WaUhes and Jewe lry repairiid , .
. dec4 d3m.
GENTLEIWEN'SI NI.CK vit, .
... OENTLRMEN'B NttOK TIK9, '.1 '
'-.If'! i OENTLBMEN'I NKOKTIEB. ' ' '
The most dessrable assortment la the city and at unusal-
lylowprlces. ., . PETER BAIN.
nov94, ' - : ' No. Wgouthll Igh street.
17LEUANT PLAIN HLACH SILKS FOR
X. J street Basques ana Mantles; alto, Uloh Trimmla
andIaaseltOBatch,at " ' - BALM
A PPLESI APPLESl--" - .
XJl. 10O bbl. Obole Apple reeelved on etmalrntmit
lor sale by. -, , Mcta rkstibacx,--
' " j 1 ' ', '. ,31 N. High street.
The Ohio Statesman
tIBIIi
Dally, per year.
Trl-Weekly, per i sr. ..'..
Weekly, per yea. .....u.....
..8 00
.. 3 0U
.. 1 00
[From the New York Herald.]
Who are the True Disorganizers in the Present
Federal Crisis?
Tbere la not a rlgbt-mlnded, sensible lndviii
ual, or a elnple conservative jonrnal, in the
city of Near York, which does not deaire tbe
preservation of tbe Union, a maintenance of
amicable relations between the North and tho
Sontb, and the perpetuation of a republic
whose liberties are the pride and example of
the world. The overwhelming majority of the
people of this metropolis, condemn the policj
of slaveholdlng pltraiets who would re open the
lave trade; annex, filibustering aggression,
futuiuo, Cubs., Vesczssla, the Ccstral American
States, and Now Granada to tbe Confederacy;
and establish that Southern empire, which 1b
the Utopia ot disunlonlsts in South Carolina,
Alabama and Louisiana. Tbey equally repro
bate tbe aull slavery nripagandlsm, which has
assumed tnch monitrotfc proportions, since
urafl and bcatwUa ls&sgsrated it,t7ssty fire
years ago. and loathe tbe monstrous snd nnna
tura! alliance between ambition and priestcraft,
which has redueed tbe country to its present
sad condition. . 1 oey bave urited upon their
Representative in Congreo to grant conces
sions to the couth, wbicb should restore tbe
land to Its pristine Integrity. A full recognition
of the right of citizens everywhere; certain
needful stipulations wmcn KepuDiicao inioie
ranee has hitherto denied; full liberty to carry
si arts Into the common territory; the privilege
oi transit with bondsmen through the free States;
and the universal toleration ot opinion respect,
ine slavery a a social institution that Is grant'
ed to religions sects, are all tbat the South de
mand, and they are sustained by the public
opinion of the maeies in this eity in tbeir just
requirement. If, then, a dissolution of tbe
Union shall be the result of the present oriels i
if two Confederacies shall take the place of the
one tbat his raised ns to the high place we oc
cupy In the scale of nations, the blame will rest
upon others, but not upon ns. Mainly to the
Massachusetts school Of politics, ot which Wen
dell Phillips, Garrison, Sumner and Greeley are
tbe chiefs, and to which Seward, Wilson, Lin
coln and others aro affiliated, la attributable
every cloud tbat obscure eur greatness, and
every disaster with which we are threatened.
" Twenty years after th Constitution was en
acted, certain Northern State Insisted upon
Duttinrr Southern institutions under tbe ban of
the Uoion, by excluding tbem from the com
mon federal territory; then tbe right was arro
gated of confiscating tbe property of citizens of
the South sojourning, or In transit, at the
North. Later, acta were passed to impede the
right of reclamation of fugltivea from service,
wnton tn constitution nan expressly guaran
teed; next, an active eyatem of prof aja-.dism
was inaugurated for the purpose of preaohiug a
crusade against ' tbe ecciil institutions of the
Southern States. The pulpit was desecrated,
and the press prostituted', to incite to insurrec
tion, murder, and rapine. Last of all a section'
al party was created, ou tbe basis of an "irre
pressible conflict," in opposition to those who
entertained lreedom of opinion with respect to
slavery, and a President and Vice President
have been elected, with a view to consummate
the act of aggrearlon which bave been carried
so far, and of "finishing the battle," which
shall fill up the measure of tribulation to tbe
country AH this has been done by tbe Muse.
chssetta school of politicians, to which the lead
In: Reoubllcans of th dav belonc and It is to
their persevering and steadfast violation of the
constitutional privileges ot the South, tbat evils
are OwIij,?, wblcn ate rapidly becoming Incura
ble. ' ''
Senator Wilson has n6t hesitated to avow
hi adhesion to the sentiments of Garrison.
Seward declared that, however ho might pre
varicate otherwise, be could "play no part and
affeot no disguise," when called on to acknowl
edge that be had "studied In tho school ot
Massachusetts." "If I bare ever," he said,
"conceived a reeolntfcn to maintain the interests
of these free States, I learned It from Massa
chnsetts." Aud th future intentions of himself
and his abolition friends in the Bay State, were
most clearly laid down end defined by bim,
when be wa requested to do so. As the dis
ciple of John Qufncy Adams, who prophesied,
in 1043, tbat the Union would bo dissolved in
twenty year, be exclaimed, at St. Paul:
"The institutions which yon desire to con
serve are almost as ephemeral as your
selves. I look far off into the Northwest,
and say to the Rusasian, "go on bnild np
your outpost to tne Artie ocean, they
will yet become tbe outpost of my own
country, to extend theclvilizationjof the United
State in the Northwest.' And Great Britain
he apostrophlzedt respecting St. Rupert' Land
and Canada: "It ia rery well; yon are building
excellent State to be hereafter admitted Into
the American Union." Wendell Phillips declar
ed on Thursday hat, In Boston, that "the slave
States must be (hovelled out of tbe confedera
tion." Ilia pupil Seward had preceded him, by
several months, in finding a "seat ot power for
North America within a radius not far from the
head of navigation on the Mississippi river," j
to counterbalance that which he had previously
discovered for slaveholdlng confederation in
"the ralley of Mexico." "Lot South Carolina,
let Alabama, let Looisana, let any other State
go out," he said, "and, while they are rushing
out, yon will tee Canada and all tbe Mexican
States rushing in to fill tbe vacuum."
ills not to bo wondered at, under such cir
cumstances, that our brethren at the South
have soiled with avidity upon the Idea which
ha been so widely preached by Massachusetts
sectarians and their dlsoiples; nor that, at a mo
ment when the Boanerge of disunion is about
to become th premier of President elected
upon an abolition platform, they should cast
around for eultablo mean of aggrandisement
of their own leation, In manner similar to
that intended by those who bold power at tbe
North. Between Mason and Dixon' line and
the Orinoco, they see In prodiglou variety, the
material ont of which to found an empire,
which they beitere will emulate ; in grandeur
any tbat the inn ha ever ihone upon. : Thoy
eonnl upon becoming the cotton growers and
eurgar planter -of the whole world. With
Cuba for an outpost, they look upon the Gnlf
of Mexico a an inland lake; nor do they enry
tbe. prosperity ot too norm, dm avow tbeir
readiness to live with ns upon term of amity,
oonvinced that there are no disoordant interest
which should involve enmity between those who
have so many common recollections, and I o
whom commercial treaties, and an alliance of
fensive and defenilvwould be so advantage
ou. ah tnai is not internal m inew reaction
ary programme has been caused by superficial
elements whioh ever float upon tbe surface of
society, and for which Ihe heart of th South
ern commonwealth, cannot fairly be held: re
sponsible. . ,i- . ' t !'.! '"'
bocd tne posiion oi tne amarioan rapubllo
now. witn in eioae oi jur. jnicnanan's am-
ministration, legislative and administrative Un
Ion must cease, unless prompi and energetic
measure are taken by those who bar created
th mlschiof to undo it. If Mr. Seward will
amulate tbe example of tbe Duke of Welllne-ton
and Sir Robert Peel when England wa threat
ntd with danger; if they will reverse dicta
that have nroduced a result which all wood
oitisens of tbe United State and especially of
INew Y0rKaepiore;u iney win noiaiy, fearlessly
and openly advocate such amendments of the
Constitution a the exigencies of tbe time de
mandj If, easting off party shackles, they will
look to tbe requirements oi ine nation alone.
thev may yet stay the progress of disorder, and
restore unity to the nation. But no time I to
be lost. The' effects of delay will soon be fa
tali and, Infatuated by the will o-the-wisp ma
nia which has become contagion, both the
North and the South will plunge so deeply into
the disunion ortex, prepared for them by per-
tlstenc la maasacnusetta agitation, vim cxtrv
cation from 11 will become impossible. , ' J
Decription of a Chinese Battle.
A Chinese battle if aa good as a faree. Some
of tho little fight at Shanghai war very amus
ing. One lay, when a great many (oldiera
were tut, I saw more of tho combat than wa
pleasant. Having got into the line of fire, I
was ioroea to lane shelter behind a grave, the
bullets striking tbe grave from each side every
econu. wny iney came my way it wa dim.
cult to discover, for they ought to bave passed
on the other side of the creek, about SO yards
dlntanti to thefseonlo the? ware IiiUmlml for.
but to see the dodging of the soldiers, then of
ine reoeis, eaeb trying to evade tbe other, was
almost amusing. On fellow, ready primed and
loaded, would rush up the side of a grave hil
lock, drop hi matchlock over the top, and
without taking aim, blaze away. There 1 no
ramrod required for the (hot tbey nse; the
bullet or bar of iron is merely dropped lo;looee
upon the powder. There was a fine scene
on an occasion when the Shanghai rebels
made a sortie; one of tbe men was cut
off by an imperial skirmisher, who had his
Piese loaded. The rebel had no tlmn to oharira
bla, so h6 ran round and round a grave, which
was bigh enough to keep his enemy from shoot,
log him when on the opposite side. Hare bunt
ing is nothing to it. Red-cap described hosts
of circles, and the Royalist was fast getting
blown, when the god took pityou his wind;
for, by some unlucky chanoe, the rebel tripped
a ivii: mo .Giu.cf mi al bun in a moment
and, to make sure of bie prize put the muzzle
oi ine maicniocic to Ked-cap's head, fired, and
took to his heal as fast as be could go. It is
difficult to say who was most astonished, when
Mr. Redcap did exactly the same. The
bullet that drooned down readllv on thenn.
der fell out as easily when the barrel was de
pressed, i ne reoci got off with a good singeing
of hi long bair. There were frequently, how
vr, some very ugly wounds; and where
urgtjry is at eucn a discount, tbo poor
wuunueu musi suuer most severely. The
Chinese ' rarely, If ever, amputate. Tbey
use strong drawing plaster to extract the ball.
Tbe Missionary hospitals at Canton and Shang
hai, nnder the able chargo of tbeir indefati
gable managers, Drs. Ilobson and Lockhart, as
also (that under tbe good care of Dr. Parker,
late Plenipotentiary for the United States to
China, did great good. Indeed, It is impossible
to tell what grand results may follow the labors
of these gentlemen. Their hospitals were often
crowded with wounded,' soldiers ohiefly being
benefited by their skill . There were frequently
fight close to Dr. Lockhart's hospital, and
men of, both parties had been cariied thither.
Dr. Hobson received upwards of 1,000 Canton
soldiers, and his reputation is far-spread. Even
tho mindarins have deigned to notice his aid
True to their nsual policy towards foreigner,
they give the barbarian no credit; but his ser
vice were so gteat that they could not be pass
ed .over, so they selected a Chinese lad, v. bo
was a sort of medical dudU and naid aulstant at
tbe hospital, and dubbed him a mandarin of tho
sixth rank. A grant of land for a hospital would
have douc more good. 2W yrar in China.
Is Truth Stranger than Fiction.
A Yankee peddler, who had stopped in a cof
feehouse to refresh himself one hot day, says
The Yankee Blade, heard a very strange old
gentleman remark, In answer to a friend who
had been relating eomo marvelous etory laid to
be true, "truly, truth is stranger then fiction ."
So Jonathan, stepping np and slapping tbe as
tonished gent on the back, aaia:
Yon're mistaken right thar, old boss, 'taint
80. and tO Drove it I'll wnirer von In'sns tnr lha
crow a mat i ean leu one Cc'.ion that'll Just go
uueau ui any iruin ever you neard ten on."
"Good said tlia old irentlcman. "I'rl llkx tn
near any notion tout oan go ahead of Christo-
pueriioiumDoa."
I "Pbhaw! Chrla'cpher Colnmbus ain't a cir
cumstance," said Jonathan; "but here goes:
' "Oust I was standing bv a hi rlvAi. nut In
Sahary dsml that was cried up. The sou
anone so all-fired hot, that I was obliged to tie
my handcherchief over my eye to keep thorn
from bein' blinded; and as I wa Btaiidiu' thar'
I happened to look down the river, and seed a
big boat without any bottom oome flairm' nn
Stream, with a hull lot of feller on her; one
of 'em had no eye, t'other no arms, another
no lege, and the last chap in tho etarn of tho
boat had no mouth! Gosh! I nevdr seed aur-h
a sight before; I was scared like blazes and
jest stood ioekln' at 'cm. Presently tbe chap
as bad no eyes looked down and see a ten cent
piece at tbe bottom of tbe river and tbo feller
who had no armB bont over and picked it up,
then handed It to the chan who had no Wa.
and ho jumped out of tho boat and waded a
shore, went to.a grog shop what wasn't thar,
bot a plot of whisky and handed it to the
fellow who bad no mouth and he drank it up;
aud all the re;t got drunk and the last I seed
of 'em the feller who had no month was bine-
log flail Columbia; whilo tbe chap what had
iio legs was dancin'; the . no-eyed chap was
reading text on tbe psalm book, and tho fel
ler what had no arms wa claonimr his hands
and waiving bis hat like blazes and I left just
abont that time."
"Jolecs for tho crowd, and charo-o tn ,!''
roared the old gentleman, aa he billed out the
back door. -
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T)LACK STRAW BONNETS AN D EL.
xm egant wuoens, in great variety at BAIN'S,
OCt5 ,
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Ayer'sSarsapaiiSIa
A compound romedy, designed to bo the mmt
effectual AUcrativa that can be mnde. -ft is
a concentrated Ttrnet of Psrd Sarsaparilla,
so combined with other siibstnncee. of still
greater alterative power ns to Hli'ord an i-fTec.
tive antidote fur tho diwnxes rsnrsnparilla in
reputed to cure. It is believed that such rt
remedy is wanted by those who suffer fiom
Strumoua complaints, and that one -vihich will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
service to this large class of our filleted fellow
citizen. How completely this compound will
do it ha been proven by experiment on ruuny
of the worst cases to be found of the following
complaint :
SoitoFCiA ani Scnorrr.oi-3 Covplaixts,
EltfPTION AMI) Eltri'TIVB DKEAE. Ul.CUS,
TlSO-LES, lir.OTCIIKS, TuMOltS, S.U.T lilt CI M,
Scauj Head, Stpiiilis and Sypuiuijc Ay-
l'ECTlOSS, MBKCCniAL DlSKASH, DllOPSV, Nl.1.--
HAI.0IA ou Tic DduLuUiiEix, Debilitt, Dis-
rci-Kia anu iSUiaESTIO, ,RYSIPF.I.AS, KOXSI
or St. Anthony s 1'ihb. and indr-cd tho wliok-
class of complaints arising froin Imfi'iutv of
tub lll.OOD.
This compound will bo found a, grent pro
moter of health, when taken in the Kpimg, to
expel tho foul humors which .fester in tha
blood nt tlTt soa-ort of ths rear. Uv tho Lum-
ly expulsion of tlieni many rankling disorders
are ninpeti in the bud. Multitudes can. by
tho aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through wliioli the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, il not assisted to do
this through the natural clwnncls of the body
by an alterative medicine, demise out the
vitiated blood whenever you find iu impurities
bursting tlirough the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when you find it is ob
structed nnd sluggish in the veins ; tlcnnse it
whenever it is foul, and your fooling will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is Lit, pcoplo enjoy better health, nnd live
longer, for cleansing tho blood. Keep the
blood healthy, nnd till U well ; but with tlii3
Iinbulum of lifo disordered, there can be no
listing heulth. -Sooner -or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing tlieso end. Hut
the world lias been egregiously deceived by
preparation of it, partly because tho drug
nlouo has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but morn because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sursaparil'a,
or any thing else.
During luto years the public liuvo bacn mis
led by large bottles pretending to give a (;tuu
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dolUir.
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contuin little, if any, Sar,apa
rilla, but often no curative properties whatev
er. Jfcncc, bitter nnd painful disappointment
has followed the tisc of the various extract! of
Sarsaparilla which flood tho market, until thu
name itself is justly despised, and lias bccouio
synonymou. with imposition imd cheat, fjtill
we call this compound, SaMapftrilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy aa shall rescue the
n;uiiu trom tho load of obloquy which rest
upon it. And we think we have ground for
believing it Jim virtues which aio ii'iesi4ible
by the ordinary run of tho diseases it is intend
ed to cine. In order to secure their complete
ci'udicnlion from the system, the remedy should
be J'tdiviouly taken according to directions on
the bottle.
mnrARED ny
PI2. J. J. AYS IK & CO.
LOWELL, MASS.
Fxlre, $t per Bottle i Six llottle for $3.
;'Ayer's Clierry Pectoral
has won tr . itself such a renown fvr the euro of
every variety of Tliruat and Lung Compl-int. that
it is enthefy. unnecessary fur n to recount the
evidence of it virtues wherever St hns been em
ployed. As it has long been in constant nso
throughout thia teclion, wc need not d'i more than
assuro the people its quality is kept up to the best
it ever lins been, a ml tlini it may be relied on to
do for their relief u)l u luis uvcr been f-mnd lo ilo.
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Costivmen, Jaundice, Vj-j,.';i'.iu, f.uliiji t ion,
Dijttlileiy, Siu.nach, K: y.iptlan. Headache,
Piles, Ithemmliix:i, J'.i iiplians and fiUn Discaies,
Liter Complaint, Urojisi, Tula.; Tumwt and
Salt VJinii,!, IFct-.ms, Cm', . Xcwraljia, as a
Dinner Pill, mid for Purifying (fid Blood,
They are sunur-to;.teJ, Mint the most rctisi
tlve can take them j.levantlv, and tlicv uid the
best aperient in 0.t w-tM fn- nil tlic purposes of a
family physic.
Price 25 oenta per Te:; Tiia boxes ior SI .09.
GreutnumhersofCicrrjyuitu, riiyoic ians, States
men, and eminent pcr.oiiaKOi, have hnt tluir
names to certify the unpur I'lukdiKefulncssof l!ic
remedies, but bur snaee hero will not ncmnt Ino
insertion of them. , The Apents below nsmtl fnr
nish gratis our Amcuicav Almanac in wiiWithcy
arc civen : with olao full desrintions uf Hie . e
complaints, and the t:.-ata:ti;; that sho:i! I 'm f t-
lowt-tl for their cure.
Ilo net he put o!f bv iiiipiincinlcd deml;-r.s wlih
otlier nreparatinn tliev milce nioro nrotit nn.
!mniid Ayi'u'M, nnd take nn other. ''Lh .K-k"
want the best aid there is for them, nnd thev clKinht
haiv it. .
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They tre at hems, and any on who ha doubt can ln'
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ATTEND TO TOUR COLDS -A ess of five years
tandlng eured by DR. KEXBEU'B FEOTORAL BVRL P.
- JJTTSacaa.Jan. 11, I860, il
Da. Estsub -Hv wife baa rxen ..flllrtiii, tlih k.a
oough and difficulty of breathing, for five or six years;
which , for several years back, bad gradually Increased In
violence. The complaint has been hereditary, and aba
hart Iwm tmmmtmJ, I . . . . ... .
.t,,w uj HT.ni pnysKian. witnoui aoy re
Uef . In this state of her ease, I prooured tome of yew
Pectoral Cough Syrup. I bought, the first time, a fin.
oent bottle, which relieved her very much ; I tbeaeallett
and got a dollar bottle, whioh eured hes e.Urnly, aud
she has now no trace of the former disease, except weak
ness. I would also slat, that I aaed th. niyu
self to a cold and cough. The medicine cared me by Uik
ing one aose i express my entire satisfaction with the
medicine, and you are at liberty to nubii.h thia u
desire to do so. WU. WILHOM. .
Alderman Fifth Ward.
mmmmm..,. A. t ' . W i
PiTTsaoaon, Now. 18,1858. 5
Dr. Ksvumi Although not an advocau f Vate.l
modlclnes, iu geoeral, it iilords me pleaauxe lndescill
hie to recommend your Pectoral Syrup. As a medicine '
It Is well worthy the a ttention of any person be may in
any manner be afflicted with oougbe. colds and hoasMoeaa
of any hind, and for the peculiar qulifioaUone lor re
moving all that disagreeable sensation attending a s
vere cold. ' .......
I bave been, more or less, In my life, affeo'ed with th.
severest of eolds and hoarseness. At times my ehroat
would become so closed aa to prevent my speaking above
a whisper, and by taking a few doses of the above Byrup
It would relieve me entirely. . 1.. .. .
In teeommendint this medicine, I mast unhesitatingly
say tbat It Is the best remedy I ever round, purporting to
core the above, nor shoald any family ti without Ibis
remrdy fordlaeases so prevalent. . - i. .... .
Yours, most respectfully, ., .. .. 1
EDWARD J. JONES, " ' ' '
Oaabier CiOuntt'Sepe.ll rtetik
Brmeswrnxs, 0., Ifart-n 14, 1859 "
I have used Dr. Kevsor's Couch HvniD sbr a ba
of several years sovtutlng, and can cheerfully say it .
the best medicus for the same that I bar. ever tun.
..: rf.w.PiUOA., j.
COL. PRATT AND DR. KEYgKR'H PT-f-Tnen
BTHUP.-Da. Sarasm Dear Sir BxenM the delav of
my aeknowledgi.g td excellence of yonr Pectoral Oough
Syrup sooner. I take great pleasure in saying that 11 is
all you say It is. JttnocuHlV not tut w rny xmu -and
the wont one I was ever fctUloUd wilk I Lave not
use 1 more than one-half of t he buttle, and I can and do '
wish that all who are aulielcd would sin u u fir a i-i.i .
as I have done, and ihey will be proud to say, "It is to
quack medicine." I would hot suffer another such an '
attack for any consideration, or at an. coat. I in -ru
fidentlean breathe more freely than lev- r did- I shall
always acknowledge' a debt f gratitude forlnveatlng so
wwhbui icmeuy. x ou .re at liberty to use my name
la this regard, aa yow think proper . F. PEiTT,
messenger iommou uoiineu, riUakurgtu Pa,u j
PltUbnrgh.Mayll, lfaikl.
N. It 1 am no stranger lo my fellow-rltierat, and '
who entortaio doubts cau connlt me peisonaUy.
JS. F. P.'
READ T1TE T2CTII. Da. Kxvau: I h.r. a.uo'h
ter who baa taken several medicines for a bad eonah. 4
fithout benefit among tbem Aycr's Cherry Pectortl.
parahased from you a bottle of your- PEOTOHAL
JltUP, and before she had used halt. .bottle she was .1
relieved. The second buttle cured her entirelv nf h.r '
cough. . .. . JOHN DARIN, i
,, Souinson street, Allegheny.., Ai
PiTTtnrouoK, December, 31, Via.
A OttEAT CURE BY Da. KEYSKRM ps-oTnuar. . .
SYRUP. I live In Peebles township, Allegheny county.
had a coughing and spitting, which smmmansed atoat '
Ihe 4th of February last, aud continued eight months. 1 .
employed the best physicians tn the eointrr. and mv ''
oough continued anabated natil early In October. Al ,
mat time 1 was auvisea to try your I'HUTORAL COUQIi ,
SYRUP, which I did, and after I had lakes on. bottl. F "
was entirely free from Ihe eonehlnr and snl tiin. I h.ri
despaired of ever getting well, and I ihlnk it should be
known that this valuable remedy will do for others what '
has done iu my case. JOHN 0. LITTLE.
Witness B. Al. Km. ' - Peebles to wnhlp.
Pattoii Tr., April 14, 1857. ,
A WONDERFUL CURE. Soma tim. ..n nid '
neighbor of min. ws very llli with a bad eou.h mhn, :
very on. supposed to be consumption. Ills relatives
told aw that he bad taken every remedy they heard of ' 1
without benefit; hie brother came to ass him die, and I1 '
ware confirmed In the belief that he could not live. I '
had about the third of a bottle of year Pectoral Syrup, ' ''
whioh I gave him, and It entirely eured htm, to theastoa,
iabment of all. What makes the case more remarkable.
Ihe extreme age of ttie man, he being aboatelghty yean ' '
old. I bave no doubt the Pectoral saved his lls.
johhn'oinnib:-
DR. EEYBER'B PECTORAL BTRCP IN PLiitiB-
TILLE. Please send me another suddIv of nnnii.
able "Peotoral Byrup." Almost everybody around ae.,
has theoold and are Inquiring for "Dr. Keyser's Pectoral
Byrup." We have sold sixteen bottles last week, and are
now entirely ont. kin A. Alter aud Mr. P. Uabor, both
Blairsvlile, Pa., fall us they would not he without it
their families. In fact, all who use It once want it '
again. ; Yours, respectfully,- r ,1
. , J. . WATTE RBON a S0'8 ,
January 30, 1800. - - i ''
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ANOTHER NEW CERTIflOATB-DR. KKVIE' .
PEOTORAL BYRUP. I had been tronbled with .oouffh
and sold for several weeks so bad was It that I eoul sot ; .
sleep, 1 had the advlc and prescriptions from three ef . .
Uu beet physician, m ueeity, whoa I could name, but do
not do so. . I finally procured a bottle of year i'eftora,
Syrup, which cured mo entirely. Signed,
, w. 8uuoNT0r, r" rs
830 tifjerty street, Pittsburgh, I Jut, 8, 1880. ,
STOP THATI00U0HTNa."-'Hw eaa I do tMa
to Keyser's on Wood street and get a bottle ot hitUongb.
Pectoial. and If that don't cure o. vour- cuaniiu"'
desperate Indeed." This la aspssia.B it the oolletstty ii
one hart almost every day In cold catching perloda of
the year. And we oan, frem aotnal experiment, cheer
fully conour In the adviser's admonition, aa sbve, for we",
have tried the "Pectoral," In a most stubborn ease, with
entire suecsss. Near two weska ago waweatsePliiabarh. '
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wiui on. 01 tn. moei uisiressing, oontrary, mullso, an it
subduable eongha we ever exprlDoed .Inc. our advent '
upon this mundane sphere. We ataghad steadily-wed '-"-'
laboriously for one whole week, in hopes of tiring tt out, ,
but It was no go. In tnot It seemed rathwr to-have ha- '
proved by praetloe, and to have acquired strength,petaai4 rf
cy and dUtrtttibility hy th. operation. In this stage of ,
Ihe siege, weeoujhed oar way a Keyaer'a, MS Wood t " '
procured a fifty cent bottl. of th " Pectoral;'' took ll.t,
aeoordieg to dlraetlona, and in forty-eight hours we were
master of ths fleld, tne enemy Barms; unoonalUooasly - 7
surrendered, after a brief but unequal conflict with so
formtdabl. an advmary s Keyser's famous "Couth
n . . as t . .ry. ST!Jin TA a a anm
recwrai., j.. 11.3-, ieo. ,);jl.(,1j ,
DR. KEYSER'S PEOTORAL SYRUP Is prepared' anl
sold bv Dr OEOROal U. HJtYBER. 140 frood atirMt.
PiMsburgh.Pa. . -. I ..;ij , J
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Price, !5 cents. 140 rfood St., Pittsburgh, Pa. j J-
Cf Sold In Columbus by ROBERTS iAMUlL.J M
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end Retail, FINKiT STAPL UiWCKlilKu, '
yhOUB, SALT, TEA, COFFEE, BUGAB, ; lObAOCOv i
SS9AR3. Etc . Etc. Our ttX rile-.'Htmimmi ia
Katsm CiUes during ths Psnie, ' ...
and ear main endeavw Will be to offer Inducements to ,
CASH lib l'A'AJ; wliieh are pat exoelsd by any Uouss (a li
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