The Ohio Statesman
it 'MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 4, 1861.
: Tbe AdamiEzpreM Company plaoee u daily
' under obligation to it for the Tory latest papert
i. . mm the eastern cities.
Tbe A merloan 'Express Company baa our
thapkifoi Hi daily favort in the shape of the
rery latest eastern paperl.
RcaDLiTions fob Lmt. The season of lent
" commDoe this year on Wednesday, the 13th
1 Dst. The following'regalatioDs are rqn!rd to
j bo be ob lerved by Catholics:
il. All persons who bare completed their
twenty.firat year, and who are not exempted
from tbe obligation of fasting by sickness, de
. . bility, old age, bard labor, or for other well
, , known reasons) are obliged (o observe all the
. ;;. days of Lent,. Sundays exoepted, as fasting days.
a. un those days but one lull meal is enow-
.ed. wnicb should be taken about noon
...... . ... ... i ..t i
,. th mnrni.v. .nrt . nrtood. not mora
'than the fourth Dart of an ordinary meal, or not
exceedlo aiaht ounces, mav be eaten in the
evenlnc. ' - '
4, Warm fih is not permitted at toe cone-
' ...a ..a
Z. ih.tlau... af. Haas wan aat lea aninlnaJ aw.
it iir j j i x? i fv .
v nut)iJiUvUUU iruiu uvau uivmw ia iju uiuvu uu
an tue n cuuewiaje i aim rmaje ui un, anu ou
tbe ta-0 Saturdays Ot Jtitnberand me Holy Week.
K Th. naa l flh mt la allntf rl. h. Hi..
pensatioo, at every meal on Suadajs; and at
I J... m J mu.-.J j
wn umi uu iuuuusjb, 1 uowaja luurouajw ana
oaturaays, WHO toe exception OI trie two Bator
davs above named . i - :
7 Thosa eiemnt from lasting: are allowed
f , . -, . "
- 1 ih use of flub meat at ererjr meal oo tbe
ta.a Maa aaaklit I laa a. I lnaa1 a ika ArttAaa I.bs
uaysv vu wuivu i in tivncu w uvj vvutji a uu
8 TUh and flesh are not allowed on ant dav
01 Lieut ai uie same meai: ureters are nan.
9. Eeea, milk, cheese, butter, can be nied
without distinction of days; but abstinence
' from all of these is recommended on Good Fri-
IT Tbe New York Times, states that Mr.
Josckh Thosn, has been arrested by the United
. a. . a . , ' . . , , ru.j 1
Htatee Marshal, and lodged in hldndge street
jail for violating an injunction by lolling eew-
ing machines; motion of George Gilford,
bq.,an attachment was granted by Judge I
8mally,in the United States Court, against
tbe defendant, for selling sewing machines, in
violation of an injunction issued against bim, on
the patents owned by the Wheeler & Wilson
Manufacturing Company, and tbe Grover &
Biker Sewing Machine Company, and known as I
tbe sewing machine feed patents. I
' 11 1 I
lrroa th u, v. Uamilton oounty sent up I
on rrlday alternoon six gentlemen to do the
1, n 0w.v aorv,uo iu me avuiteuaiary. 1 ueir nanicra
01.1. : I .. .1 15 ! . 1 . mi..!
; and eeotences are as follows:
Frank Mnlitnp. Iiiiul.rf. nna ... Wm fihl.
ker, passing counterfeit money, five year; James
Duroa, muraer in toe secona aegree, tue; Mi
chael Fortune,-burglary, five years; Amos
Brown, passing counterfeit money, one year. I
.-. Owen Kmo, an old resident of Toledo, hav
ing sold a farm near Maumee City, on the eve
ning of the 30th ult., went into a grocery In
the latter plaee, with six or seven hundred dol-
: lars in his possession, and was left asleep in a
back room. Next morning the grocery was
burned down, and tbe body of the unfortunate
Kma was found among tho ruins, with the
.bank bills, be had in bis possession partially
: coDanmaa. - -
JET Tae Jturntl learns that a desperado on
v, ;, tie down train from Cleveland to this city on
' Saturday night, who had refused to pay bis fare,
drew a pistol (a aix shooter) on, and threatened
V.td kill Conductor Gali, as the latter reached up
to pull the check rope. The Conductor wrenched
the pistol from the grasp of the fellow and has
. it now in bis possession. The desperado was
put off the train. .
f - tT Mrs. 'John Gaiian, living in Greene
township, Monroe county, fell Into the fire, in a
fit, on .Sunday, the 27th ult., and was so terri
bly burned that she died in a few hours after
ward. "The poor woman was alone at the time,
.nil affc MtnaniinanAae vainrnari. aha ran ftftt.
and rolled in the snow to extinguish the fire
She leaves family of five small children.
"" BTOa Friday, a beggar, who had made him
self free with kitohens, and told a pitiful story
of being out of money, and suffering for want
6f something to eat, was arrested in Cincinnati.
' :'Tbs) officer, on searching him, found around bis
body a belt containing forty dollars in gold. He
l' was sentenced to thirty days imprisonment, and
.,, a. fine of ten dollars and costs. .J
-- . -r . ill ii 1
. HTWords are things," said Mirabeau, and
' there are two words In the political vocabulary
of the present day that are used with prodigious
i effect of evil. ' We mean cmcion and rca-
. .sfruetfon. They are both pressed Into the err-1
vioe of disunion the one to mUlead the pas
sions, the other the imagination.
. VT A story rather difficult of belief, . ia told
by the Albany papers, A lady from Troy went
to that city a few days siuce, and failing to
reach the stage in season, to return, was com
pelled to stay over nieht. She retired to rest I
. at the nsual hour, but her friends were surprls-
. ed to find her missing In the morning. Their
astonishment was not diminished, the next day,
at learning that some time during the night she I
bad got op in her sleep, wrapped cloak around
her, and walked all tbe way to her resldenoe in
iroy, witnout awakening. ; ,
. Th( Maaaois of Bonis thirteen years old,
and baa an income amounting to as much as bar
kundrtd thoutand dtlltr year. As he is an
.orphan, bis relations are fighting about their re-
a;ctlve claims to the guardianship of theyoungl
.. A Modern Novil m Paivo. Charlts and
Julia met and fell In love; then quarrelled and
eparted forever; again met, and parted to meet
no more, and met once more, and .teers mar
ETThe Quarterly meeting of the Orphan's
' Ilome Society will be held at the Home on Toes
day, Feb. 5th, at 2 o'clock P. M. , .
S. A. FELL, Sec'y.
IT A patrlotlo paper in New York calls for
someereat man to rise up.1 The Louisville
Jewfual calls for the whole people to tise np.
ID The Legislature of Minnesota has chang
ed tbe name of Toombi county in that State to
that of Anderson. -: ( f
STIorty-four marriage lloencej were Issued
last week from the Probate Conrl of Ham II ton
' ID There are 108 inmates ia the County In
firmary, of whom 16 males and lS.females are
t ... :i ., . - .
of a Minister
of war An
.. PPhysicians raroly take medicine, and law
yers-eoldom go to law.- i. i 1 k'
, X(P"A letter writer says that Gov. Flovo la
suoject to ate or asfrcl(it.
' Thi Grodmo South Carolina wishis to Taxi
That on which Fort Sumter stands.
ETFanuy Fern lately said:
If one-hall of the cirli enlr knew the Drevl
ou life of the saen they marry, the list of
maids wonld be wonderfully Increased.
But the Boston Post tsked:
'If tbe men knew. Fannr. what their future
Urea would be, wouldn't it increase tbe list
old maids still farther?'
Rail Road Time Table.
LITTLE MIAMI & COLUMBUS & XENIA R. R.
Accommodation 6.10 A. M. 9.13 P. H.
No. SHr 8.30P.M. iSOP.M.
Night Bxprese. B.45A.M. 8.45 A.M.
CiMfwLum, Coujmsoi fc OwomuTi B. R
InfMuiHiUK 3.00 P.M. 1.40 P.M.
NlahtBxnrte 3iSA.M. 1 MO A.M.
xr,rettTrilo 3.00 4. M 8S0A.M.
Mall Train 9.40 P. M. 8 SO P. M.
Prrnatraaa, Coioasot k Cimoiouti B. B.
Itpnii Train 3:00A.M. 9.30P.M
9.40 P.M. 9:80 P. M.
ooiewso ft imnaKinusB.R.
Oolumbut, Plqua a Indiana B. B.
Ixpress Train 8:10 A.M.
Bxpnsa Train 9:4SP.M.
Thi Grbatmt Codoh Medicinb m the Woild
We take great pteasnre In calling the atten-
oKd. andthepubllo to the won.
Mol virtues and nnmerous testimonials of
I; W , Ajer'i PnwnMio Chmby Cordial. This
! nnnnarinn.h1 ttia pmm
nr..,j ' ' .
IH IHO WW ITT Lai . I as USUI UHaslll UIAHU 111 LII LflHLfir
' : :
extensive practice in varions parte, or toe coun
later fTkaa aaaual waaaa .! tai ea attoJa mA
m j iwi pvtci sa jviidi huv id m lycvur tiiu vvr
wa cure for COURDS, COldS. bronchitis, asthma,
itt ..,. jimu. k..,i,i
D,6Dt Weau!, difficulty Of breathing, &0., AO.
H wn W l IntroduciDg this great prepara-
at 1. .1. 1 . I
ia aw ana cvmmuuuj, ia a Denaiacwr to mau
, , . . , '
A Wobd tit Gaoctaa Alwava keen th
r,orcst Saler&tui to be found in the market.
v.. , . . v
our cusiuwvrB vauuiu ua wiv w luppi iaeiii
la . .......
selves with a perfectly pure and Healthful artl-
cle. l. U.Vt LAND 6l ijoS Unem cal Sal era -
.... :n r...i .u.
!".". r. -.
fastidious housekeeper. , Manufactured and for
sale at wholesale byD. B. Da Lnd k Co.
Fairport, Monroe county, N. Y.
Who will suffer from Foul Humors, Sores, or
Disease of the Skin, when.such certain remidles
as MoLiaw's Stbi-otawo Coiidul and Blood
Poamia, and MoLian's TotcaRio Oit Lim-
mint can be so easily obtained. The Cordial
(will purify tbe blood thoroughly, and the Lini-
ment will cure any sore. See the advertise-
Who Said so? You lay your family are well
ud that you were never better in your life.
Bow long will this continue! Be prepared for
reverse, and take home a bottle of Gornaev's
It.wlll cost you 35 cents.
ET See advertisement of Prof.
Hair Invigorator In another column.
fj A P P & C O .' S
From and after this date we shall
REDUCE THE FRIGE
OF OUR WINTER GOODS
TWEfJTV FIVE PER CENT,
IN ORDia TO MaKt IO0M F0S OUR
Our assortment is still good,
and it is known to every '
one that our '
i. 00NBIBT8 OF . t
Clf)ftT fit ACO PfafllaQ
Q IlLAwV UUUUda
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL, '
80 DO NOT FORGET THE ;
CHEAP STORE OK
jaj p p
. .k NO. 119 '
SOUTH HIGH STREET, .
6 Tonsol Featb era and 60 Tens of
Hago ratee1 '
1?ront Street, Between State tuid Town.
rpBB OLD OABBU8E
X BUOP laatlll rnnniag. ana altheogn i
the preaanraor lata rears nas set neavtv
anon k ranntna eeara. aha la atlll tarn-'
ni out those splendid pnTON8, BOOKAWATB,an
PH1N0B ALBERT'S IHllTINCI IOP and MO-TOP
BUOOIKS, OAHHIAQE9, 1XPRKRS, IKILSTOK,
CR MOO HAT and GROOKBT WAOON8, SMALL OMNI.
BU8M8 and BA0KB. Twenty rn steady Bannrao-
taring baa given ear wort: a Wlde-epera repaiauoa
through Ins Booth and Vest.
We tberaforsj deeaa It anaeeessary to say any thing aaers
la regard to the qnallly f oar werk. We waaaairr
vnv Vititou, We can sell eoop lor BDaeita from
Vealere oaa be farntahed With any aaonnt of Work at
short notice, and at prtoas lower than eaa be bought any
w na n eaa. aeoona nana auggiea uu ia es
eamnnfor new work. -.
ILjrBeriairinw doaa naadw mx at abort aorlea. Tea
tory on grant, between State and Tows streets, Oolaat
bas,0hlo. U7A1I eaenaraahatteaa vrlll neelvepionpt atten Hob,
, 31 wly
M. M. WILLIAMS At CO.
WIBB HIANTLB DARAGER, BOTH
White aad Black, Just received at
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 2.
bar of tnemorlala in rovor or no Crittenden resolution.
Mr. Chandler presented a petition from the citizens
of Mlcblgn,atsingin senate
lit. To atoertaln whether they hare a forirament de
facto or not.
9d. That if to, th.it measures be taken for the appre
ciation of all pereoni presenting themtolres at the Mat
of toTernmet under protens of Minn commissioners
from Independent governments, on a charge of treason.
Id. That measures D taken to protect me arcnivei or
4th. That the rorts still in the possesion or the gov
rnmint at the South be promptly reinforced with men
Sib. Thatatuilioientnnmberof vemli be placed in
the Southern ports to protect our commerce and collect
Mr. TruDbnll railed on the resolution offered yeiter-
daj for the appointment of a Joint eouuBHtee to proriae
a mode for counting the votes for Preaideat and Vice
President, and notifying the pert jm elected, which wai
me inaian appropriation diu was men laaen bp
Several amendment! from the committee on Indian
Affairs were adopted and the bill postponed till Mon
Friday next was set apart tor the consideration or
The post route bill from tbe Hoato, with tbe overland
mall amendment, waa then taket up.
Mr. Hall waa In favor of the overland mall, but
thoniht if this route waa adopted, the Butterfleld route
srlctt and noatponed.
ougnt to oe tuspeuueu. ine out waa oruerea 10 oc
Tha MlUto orgaaiaeagovsramrnlfor Iddio was ta-
i . , rt..t.
i mr fliurrif, 01 rcnniyiTHuiae ur vwuruic huh mr
Nool. of Miasourl, presented memorials expressive of the
strong desire' for the adjustment of the difficulties.
-v v- u,, Btmti fnclnde ,ne .lunaiure, of 35
Mies, who do not thu, approach conreai i in a spirit
.1 uuaiui.il, . 1 ... .....
1 the Bevolnllon.
I Mr. Bbermaneaiiednpinentiiautnoriiing tne rreai-
I dent at any time before the 1st of July, to borr-wnn the
' "".AD' !" '"V,'""a.:''i
giniuram in db iisuqu ivr uut ten uiau iw, vuiipuiii
wbi wmi.tnnoiy, with (aurcit. and the faith or
I tliai TTnlrjtr. Ileastaai r1 Hi rrr1 trtf rhss rtavmanf a! I Ilea lntaifasai
i Hit.-.-.al.v. wv b ..v,v.
i and principal
1 Mm Dltalna afTaaorl at all naif 1 1 ra taa that III IrtlSMl eanflnn
1 the treunry notes, he amended so as to empower the
I Secretary of the Treaeury to negotiate the balance of the
oan Mtjamatr wMsuMMmw
at not less than par, and alter notice ot ten instead or
Mr. Phelna said that the Merrill tails bill proposed a
loan or am.ouu.tivu. and ine tut reported rrom the com.
mittee on Ways and Means, 25,000,000, thus making
uuuv.uuu.wnen mere is an uuextuusteu loan or am..
1 wu.uw unaer me act 01 ,udv. 01 wnicu ne aesireu
government to avail ltaeif without nnneccaury delay.
000,000 under tbe act of June, of which he desired the
meat to avail Itself without nnneccseary delay .
Bhennan approved the amendment. The loan
proposed waa KM0 000.
lie aupposed it would settle
np the acoounta or thia adminutratlon at there waa no
money and little revenue tney would DO obliged to resort
to me credit or toe govereruent.
Ur. Hindman Tbe proviso sots tnat no part tr the
loan ehould be nsed to maintain or to make war on Btatte
which may or have seceded. .
Mr. Bberman relaaed any anch amendment.
Mr. Oarnett Considering that the Morrill tariff pro
vides for a loan of il,00U,tW0, oonsldered this bill de
signed ior war purposes-
John Cochrane thoniht that If air. Sherman depended
on the Morrill tariff bill for sufficient revenue he would
find himself miataken; the proposed alteration would
Mr. Blckleasald It was not eurprlslot that a protective
tariff bill ahould be embodied ao as to borrow tSl.OOO.OfjO
as It would be necessary to make np for the revenue lost
by ins diminished imports. Ibis is trie Republican tar
iff bill promlied by the Chicago Platform.
Mr. Milaon moved to strike from Mr. Phelps substi
tute the words "the proceeJe of auch loan mav be appll-
ed to discharge tbe onrrent expenses of the government
Agreed to, ivu to 4'.'. Mr. i'tioips' substitute waa then
rejected ny an to uu.
lh bill as originally reported puis J, 121 again it 40,
thia afternoon- The opposition counting from the Demo
The Senates resoluton In relation to the non payment
of constructive mileage to the widow of Senator Linn was
then debated at length and referred tothe oommitteo on
Mr. Waahburse.lof III., moved to proceed with the con
sideration of the Senatea reaoluUon Dtuvlilcs for tnint
committee to count me votes ior rrenueni ana vice
President, and notify the persons ohosen of their elec
tion. Carried. Messrs. waahburne, Aclrain. Kly An
ders m, and Oralg were appointed aa aurh committee. ,
Tbe House then went into committee of the whole en
the Deficiency bill; the) Chlrlqnl amendment waa then
dlactused by Messrs. Stanton, Scott, and Porter when tbe
Mr. Oorwio cave notice that he wonld move to close
debate on the report ot ths committee of imriy-Three on
Thursday. . .
Mr. Sickles suggeated that a vote ahould not be taken
nntil after the assembll' g of the Union Convention. .
Mr. Conrin would be governed by circumstances In
WASHINGTON, February 4.
tllni forth the reports relative to the eelaure of the mint
snd money at New Orleans, and the refusal to pay drafts
drawn ny me u. a. on inr-ir own money, and concluding
wiu a resolution eai hoc en tne rresment to enmmnni.
oate to th House, at an early day. If, In his Judgment,
not incompatible with th public tntereat, all th facta on
the subject, and what step,, If any, har been taken to
restore th government pteeession of said property and
Mr. Burnett would vote for the retolatlons with oheer
fuloeaa, but objected to the preamble.
Mr MoUiernand, said that n had therein only recited
what wu reported. He affirmed nothing.
Mr. Ural re, or norm uaronna, onieetea to the recep
tion of th resolutions, and expressed his snrprli that
any one should make such al legations on newspaper re
ports. . . . A
Washington News and Gossip.
(Special Dispatch to the New York Post.)
WASHiNoTon.Vob. 8 Senator Sumner bad an Inter
view with th Prealdi.-nt to-day, In n lation to the offer of
military aid by the lcgialatnr of Maaaaonnaette, for the
defense of the federal properties; and forth enforce-
ment of th federal law. Mr. Bumner asked, what mora
could Maaaachusatts do for th TJnlonl Th President
replied, adopt the resolutions offered by Mr. Crittenden.
Mr. Bumner rejoined, that th publi sentiment of Maa
sachuaatts makes that Impossible, and I sgre with that
(Special Dispatch to the New York Times.)
Col. Havne's communication to th President waa
oompleted and delivered at a lata hour laateranlng j In
It la th demand ror tne snrrendur or rort eutnier.
first, on the around of th riiihla of eminent domain Id
th aoveralin; and second ly, on th ground of th right
of th aoverlgn to ooodemn to the publlo use any proper
ty necessary for Its own protection and Independence, by
navlnt therefor a fair compensation. Th document as
sumes the complete Independence of South Caroline, and
thia assumption oirriei with It the first proposition un
der the second head. H argots that the proposition of
the administration Is absurd It the forts bo regardrd as
property only, snd tbe purpose to to protect It. lie con
alder th various ways of protecting property, and
shows thataeolllaion will not afford protection, whether
the fort be taken or not, the property will be injured
This in Jury he says, can be avoided, and every dollar se
cured, aa South Carolina pledges horself to pay ita full
valu. Th oommunlcatlua proceeds to consider the
question aa one of property one ot dollais and cents
as me uovernmenttnseu its wnoia action on tne me oi
prelecting property. I
Col. Uayn contends that the question ahould be con
sidered aa one tnvoltlng property alone, and aa auch It
could be eaaily arranged. He uys farther, that h Is
Instructed to assure the President that any attempt
to reinforce the fort will be considered a declaration
of war. ' - ' ' 1 ..... .,i
Th Cabinet was In seaiton to-day on the communica
tion. The anticipation la. that th Prealdent will only
reply to Col. Uayn, that he will tend a communlca Ion
to Oongreet, and that be will reply to th reasoning In a
special meaaage. Thlt oourae deprives Col. Hayne of a
rejoinder. Col. Hayn leave on Monday. He thinks
that there will bd no attack en Port Sumter until after
thaorganlaatlonof th Southern Jiepublio, unlet an at
tempt be mad to reloforo it. "iv.. i.
- uapt. lngranan, or uoacaceienrny tenaerea ms writ
ten resignation yesterday to Secretary Touoy, who de
tained to reeeira it. and bened him to neonelder. He
agreed to withhold It till to-day, when h will Insist on
A taint was Bred at th national armory to-day for the
admlailon of Kansas Into the Union.
Th onmmlsalonera from New Jersey. Ohio. Pennsyl
vania, Kentucky, North Carolina, Virginia, and Indiana
have arrived her, and to-night an Interchanging viewa.
One additional body of federal troops har arrived, and
thlt morning's train brought artillery arms and muni
tions of war.
An effort will b mad by a member of the committee
of ftv to report a joint reeolu Uon providing for a call of
a national convention ior to adjustment or existing
difficulties. - -
Joshua B. Olddlngt It among th latest arrivals her.
Governor Hicks, of Maryland, will b before the teleot
oommltt to-morrow aa a wltnetiooncernlng th alleged
Conspiracy to aelz Washington .
Lieut. Hall's departure for South Carolina; with offi
cial deepatohet, hat been postponed for th present. Ue
exputed to hav gone to night. .
Th President to-day, sent to the Senate the name
of Oeorg Mc. Henry, of Pennsylvania, at Coatal to Liv
erpool. ....... ,
The aaautaat Treasurer at New Orleans, refuses to lire
up th coin and bullion In th branch mint, to the
amount of 1350,000 to th order of Secretary DIi, on
th around that the branch mint baa been taken posses
sion of by th Stat of Louisiana. i
On receipt of this news tnta morning, in president
called an extraordinary session of th Oabiott, and the
autrject waa considered. !
It it understood that senator'i Benjamin tnd B Udell
were sent for. to know If Ihey wan aware of thlt trans
Th Government telegraphed the Collector and Treas
urer, to know the facts connected with th leisure. j
Washington Items to the New York Press.
Th Times' Washington correspondent of ths 3d Inst ,
Intimate that fort Sumter has been r.lnforced by th
steamer Brooklyn, which landed upwards of 300 tiooptat
tn lrt, ny means i row Boats with mutnta oars. ,
A rumor Is current that Sumter hat been attacked.
No despatch from Col. Anderson hav been rectivtd at
the Deoartment ior tnic day. .
It is said mat tn v irginia uommissionart 10 tn Border
Stat Convention, will offer th Brat thing to morrow, a
resolution deprecating foro toward acetdlng Btattt. If
this it voted down, tn u intra sutaa win teeede. j
Senator from New York.
Albas Y, fsb. B.- Republican caucn tht
evening, nominated Jno. Uarria, of Albany, to succeed
Wow H. Bwrd la th united Bute Bonete Hit prln
dpal opponent wer Boraet Oreely aad William. M
' WAiarxBtox,' febroary 4. Wllhia th list lw weeks
about any ipeecbi i hav been dolirered in the House
Itepreeentattvee, on the crisis, neatly all them In connection
wtth the report of th committee of S3.
A number of tentlemen beaidee have been maklnt pre
paration for aa exprsselon of their views on th earns
subject. Among ao many contestants for th floor, th
struggle to obtain It, baa been quit lliely, though aa
muen cannot be said or ail tne epeecnes. - -
The.Beoretary of Stat thus far, aince nta entry upon
lb dullea of that offlea. hat performed them without tbe
assistance of an assistant Secretary. Hedesired much to
secar in that capacity, Bayard, of Delaware, owing to
that gentleman's peculiar qualldcatlone for th place,
but overruling considerations led bim to decline the pro-
A deapatch from B. B. Bhttt atata that the Montgo
mery Congress will meet to-moirow and adjourn over till
tbe Border at' Convention baa adjourteu.
Thlt la considered a noperol sign.
Th facts show that th Govetnmeat Is unable to get
my of Itt order tooth, unless aent by special anessen.
era. The deapatcn aent ny necreiary utx, to uempnui
ones, soeclal asen t of the navy department, now at New
urieane, was stopped on tne win, at aionuomery, Ala
bama, by order of th Governor of that Stat, who took
th message and forwarded It to th Governor of Louis
iana, thue preventing th arrett of the notoriout trtltor,
Th following It a copy of General Dlx't dlipatch:
' I Wasuimitow. Jan. 29. To HemphellJonet: Tell
Lieut. Ooldwell toarrest Otpt. Brushwood and assume
oommand of th cutter McClelland, and obey th orders
I tare throuth von. If Capt Bruahwood, after arrest.
undertakee to Interfere wtth the command ef th cutter,
Lieut Ooldwell will eonalder him a mutineer and treat
him accordingly. If be attempt to haul down the
(Signed) JOHN A. DIX,
Secretary of Treasury.
Wasbihotoh. feb. 4. Tbt Convention room has been
closed to member of lb press, and they are not to be
admitted until action hat been taken on the question of
aJaialsrt after niwanlzatlon. .
Jacob Thompson certified, uoiui'i i mmmlttee.
that various plana of secessionists had been discussed In
hla presence and sometimes at hie house, by leading men
and othe rt of lest prominence, which contemp lated, fi rtt,
tbt teliure of thlt Capital tecond. to prevent the count
ing of the Presidential vote, and third, Llnooln'a Inau
lie atutra that no regarded tns propositions at
foolish andorimlnal, and believed they had lately been
abandoned, and all eBorts concentrated in separate State
notion, wbioh he Justified and and approrrd. Ilia poli
cy would lead to the same remits by different means.
Important from the Home Squadron.
Nitv Tori. feb. 4. W bavt late and ImnorUnt newt
On the I'Jih of January the Commander In Cn'efof the
lieet received ordera through Uol. ricsens, at Washing'
ton, to send immediately to Florida, ths United States
steam frlaat Ponbattan, tnd Jie sslllng corvette rt.
Loult. An official surrey and general quarters, tuper-
nienaed m nai ouicer renueraast. tras uien held on the
uumneriandoorvetta, tneaabin rrigate, and St. Louis
sham boat battle was toon after lmprovlaed off Sacri
ficlos, when the usual routine ofa-tionwu gone through
A critical examination of the condition of the Squad
ron, demonstrating th fact that every ship waa short of
provisions, ana mat it would D madness to tend them
probably on a hostile mission in tuch a state, th im
pression prevailed extensively tbat the veaselt would go
Htvanna for provli lout tnd' then obey the Instructions
Serious disaffection txlsted amone soma of the officers
lh Powhatan, when her destination became .known
them.- Th ii Lieut. Puraer, and 1st Lieut, immedt
ately tendered their resignations but the Captain while
conditlonallyaccepting them refused te allow their re
turn to ine steamer, in mo'l intense excitement ex
isted In the squadron, and it wai found necessary to issue
order prohibitions!! officers, sailors tnd marines from
conveying political viewtornaval movement!, In their
leueii, at toey would ne opened and read.
Arrival of the Pony Express.
fx. KxaRNtr. feb. 8. Th Ponv Cxorttt with Bin
rranoisco dates to the 17th ult.,paasel here at 8:30 p.
Mj-uay. . ,
Wiaiuret are In progress for holdiog a Union masa
meeting at Han t ranclsco during the present winter.
Terrene o. wenannus, one or tne linn exiles or 1B48.
who ea aped from Auttralia to California ;n 18S7. died at
di. mary a nospitai yestenoay, aged ntty year. He oc
cupied a prominent position amonr the Iriah nonnlatlon
Some of our buslnest men an emcrlenclni aerlcua
trouble from th disturbed itat of the Union, havlna
purchased government drafts for remituneea Emit, which
have com back protested. . ..
. Burnett, Douglass demomcrat. wst elected Sneaker
th Assemble to-dav. .
She Almadin aulekailTer mine cue haaheea diwMrl
The daciilon glrea the mlnea to the claimants, and r jects
wen vmmui iu mo nnjainina lanas.
Thirty prisoners attempted to escape from the State
Prison yesterdav, three were killed and thirteen woutd
The balance were arretted.
From Denver City.
St. Lours, Feb. 4. fort Kearney, Peb. 3. The C.O.
Av R. K. Xxpreir pased fir at. Joseph at fire A. M.
with paatengert and I'iCU !a tftaaure. .
DtNvn, Jan. 31. A. B. bl.o,. a young lawyer from
Joaeph, Mo., wai killed at Mountain City on Mon
day night last, by a man named Looney. , Riley waa
destroying some of Loonev'a nrooertr and when told to
desist, attempted to shoot Looney with a double barrelled
. liooney wrested the gun rrom him, when Riley
rew a revolver and fired twice at Looney. who returned
fire with th gut, killing him instantly. -Two
military companies are onranlted In thlt citr. tnd
drilling daily, weather clear and warm. Buildings
springing up on every side. .. ... - .
Puil.auzrau. Peb. 3 The 8undur Muvnrv nuh-
llshe tbe oonvertaTlmt and with Mr. Llnrnln hr the
Oommlttatof tbe Central Republican Club, at Spring
field. 111., for the purpoie of unrlni th aoDolntment at
Cameron to the Cabinet.
Mr. Lincoln abated a areat desire to aonolnt htm. but
ohargc were made from OJilo and the Western States ot
must excioue mm, nut II he vindicates himself. Mr. Lin-4-
cols expressed lb strongest disposition to appoint him
AsemLLi, lan., Feb. 9. A lane Benublicin Coun.
Convention waa held her thlt afternoon .
The Border Btat proposition was adopted, with treat
Th Republican! Invited th Democrat, who had an.
pointed a meeting at th aim time and place, to unit
wiintuem. xne vemoerat detuned, tnd withdrew to
another place, and adopted th Crittenden Compromise
WaaauaTor), feb. 3. Th President hit into coaster
minded the ordera of General Bcitt, for addliloaHK Iroopl
her. ... v
Aa offlcer of the Navy lust from Pat saoola. states that
rent insubordination exist amonrat th volunteer
tnd some of them were dispersing and rttun lrg
Pntl.JinU.PUtA. Feb. . A new and danrrerona ennn.
torfelt oa th Briahton Market Bank, of Brighton. Masa.
appeared thi afternoon. Tk counterfeit are the de
nomiaatlon of tent. . ...
Resignation of Col. Hardee.
Naw Yoax, Feb 4th. Col. Hardee, of the armr. baa
PaovimiKt. Feb. 9. Ex-Oorernor ITarria. Hied lt
night at hit residence in South Coventry.
I9B Pearl Xtroet. i''!, . 1
RosbwooDi iriAnonj.N- Aiju
Black-Walnut Boards and Plank of varkua ihk-k-
Mahogany and Botewood Logt; Mahogany am
Rosewood Veneers; Zebra Wood Veneers; Black-Walnut
Oak Crotch Veneers; Line-mottled Mahogany ; Walnut
Oak Veneen; also, plain Venter, at So. per foot.
trame maaeri; riano ana usiunei Mouldlngf; also,
Mahogany and Walnut Bannittert tnd Newella. all ilea
palternt; Mahogany Hand-rail Stuff for Stair-builders;
Spanish Cedar for Cigar Boxes; cut and tawed Back
ior ricturet ana LOOking-gleaa frames. Also,
Inch Poplar, In lartre quantities: Llimum Vita, well
assorted for Block-makers and Ten put Ballis also, cut
ainut, manogany ana nnaewooa veneera
Having built a Bedstead Factorvadiolnin v Maho.
Saw mill, which It now In operation, I would re
spectfully Inrltt the trade to call and examine my as
sortment of Bedsteads, which I offer for sal allow rates
warranted a good article.
- naPtHY ALBBO.
Jy31-w6m ' 198 Pearl street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Bickley ft Brother
BY VIRTUE OF AN UHDJEH OF SALE
to me directad from the Superior Court ol Frank.
county, Ohio, I will offer for sal at th door of th
Court House, In th city of Oolumbu, on ,
Saturday, the 2nd day of March, A. D. 18C1,
between the hourt of 10 o'clock A If., and 4 o'clock P.
the following described real estate, situate In the coun
ty of Franklin, and State of Ohio, to wit : ; Lot No. 3 of
George W.Willtard'nubdtvltlon ofltbe wettpart oflnlot
not. ana oa in tn city ot uoiumoa. .
Apprslied at 800 00. ' .. v !
,!t . O. W1. HUFFMAN, Sheriff j
)anS9:ltdft4tw ,. snd Matter Commissioner, j
Master Commissioners Sale? '
Amos McNsIm' '
vs. - Buoarior Court. , -u.-
Orary. at al, )
BT TinTCE OF AH ORDCH OF NAI.B
t directed, rrom th Superior Court of Franklia
oounty, Ohio, I will offer for tale at Uiadoot of the Coart
House, la th city oi uoiumnu, oa - I
Saturday tbe 16th day of Febrnary, A. D. 18G1,
between th hears of 10 o'clock S. m and 4 o'clock p.
a., the following described real ettato tltuttt In tfi
county of Franklia and Btat of Ohio, to wit: Lot No.
in U. Crary and other addition to tb city of Oolum
but, Ohio. -
- - fj.V nrjTFMAN.IherilT
Jtnll-dltw4t. , . - And llaatw. ComoiUaloner. h
TkAtiJTIORAli SKIRTS.' -
Wide. Long and Handsome. The best style Import-1
ed,anewlotiutt reoeirtdby raiKi bain,., i
des.ll.. - Ko. fiO SoathHlgh tUtt.f.
TtXACK 8TB AW BONNETS AND EI
U gapt IllbbanSt V frat variety at SAura,
New York, Market.
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NEW YORK, Feb. 4.
' FLUU B reoelota J Mi'a. marknt wlthaat in,nr.
tanttlnnaa: sales 13 0.ubhls. atss l.iajns
.tnaaaiau: .t.iuju ror extra atale: as 1S3 as ror
uparnne a.ten; j i3JU common to medium extra
western; jouaa 7.1 ror Inferior to good ablpplsg branda
.ra nvHno nuup vnio.
, KVH PLOUH eteariy atl 40aM 20.
. WimAT-reoelpU 1,074 buaai. market dull and In fa
vor of purchasers: aalaa 40.000 bu.h. at l U7A1I "R
Amber Iowa; Wiaconaln at $1 IS; mliad Canadian at
$1 41X31 HO for white wester; $1 33 for winter red wet
tern: el SO for while Canada.
RYK dull a-.d l wer, salet small at 67
BARI.KV-dull and unchanred.
CORN receipts IIM4bush. market dull and and rather
easier aueaju.uvu una. b7XSlX mixed weeteJn old
in autre ana delivered.
OATB-dull at 3i3flx for western Canadian and
riKK-duII and unchanged, tales SoO bblt 17,7J,
mrm i j, pnmq neei quiet ana uucnanged.
CUT MEATS quiet ateady.
LARD- dull and heavy; aalea of SO bblt. at !X9
BUTTEB In fair request at 105 14o, for Ohio; 14
19c. for State.
CHKE8B Heady g$10Xo.
WHISK V a shade firmer, talea 000 bblt at 18 v;
GROCERIEB-dull nnd declining nilh only small
sales of each.
PROVISIONS Mess Pork 100 bhis very good city
brand toldateiu 87. About 400 tierces lard toldatOHc
for prime city, .
STEARIN we quote this article it 9 10s, according
to quality. The chandlers ar paying 9)e.
WHISHT salei of 100 bbla at UUic, the latier
ratea ror waaoti.
G KOO B HI KR Sugar Salet of 00 hhd. good fair to
cnoice atUMiS'X i. uonee aaiea or iuu bags at W)ic
lOOdo. at I3. ami SOO do at 13l3o ; 300 brla. Mo
lanes mid al 3flj.
GRAIN-Wheat-aales of 200 btuh. fair red and white,
mixed, at 1 1,01. delivered; UbOdo. pilme white, deliv
ered at Patis, Kentucky, at SI. Corn aalet of 1,350
bushels ear, at the lower depots, at 33c. Rye a sale of
7UO bnsheisat uuc. Barley tales ot l.uoj bushels prime
ran at .ur,
CHE BSE The market il unchtnged, and dull at 8Kc.
for W. R., 9; for Hamburg, and Uiic. B D.
BUTTER The demand it limited anil local, and tho
marketto dull at 1314c for prime Roll, and , lo for
POTATOES There It a fair local and export demand
ror prime fteininockt tt ai.JU gd.su per barrel.
APPLRS we have no change to notice in the market,
which remtina dull at BhaUMlper bhl. for Western,
and 1 1 Sutan for Ne w York.
SEKD the supply r.f Clover continues large, and th
mnraet it netvy at 1 :u for prime, and we understand
that tales have hern made below this price. SOO bnthelt,
Cincinnati Market. in bbls., sold at $450-Cin. Enquirer, Feb. 3,
FLOUR-qniet. Balet are in small lots at old prices.
A lot of 35 hush, red, double extra, sold at $5,12i .
HUCKWHSAT Is steady at tim.Vi. -
WHEAT quiet. Sales 1 car red at tl.OO; 1 do red
and whiteat $l,0!K$t,10,end 1 car white at I,1H.
OATS-dull at 4n. '
UOOS hav been telling to-day at tiXsVri,4i). Buyers
were offering only 6 30 lor Monday dellrery.
EGOS-dull at lie.
1UMS sales 1000 fcs sugar cured, at lUc.
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PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 4.
FLOoadull, WataT dull; tales 3.000 hush red at
125, white 1 1.36. Ccrk dull, ilei 4 000 bush ntw
at 58300c, old 67. Pose mess 18,25318,10. LiRD
lOXSlOXc. Wmur dnllatiae.
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
ftlannfacitirrra of all kind of Por
table) and NtatlonarF steam F.n
Itlue, mw HI til, tartat Mill,
LAKE BODLEYBeatml IT. C F. BLAXJ) TBeaknl
tt. DVTALL Btatmlll COLVilBVS
MA.CIIIXS CO. BtaienUll BRADFORD
b CO. BtatentUll
Oar Portable Engine and 8iw Kill
Wat awarded the first premium of BIO at th Indian
Btat Fair for lc60 over Lane As Bod ley 'i on account of
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior charaoter of lumber sawed.
Our Stationary Engine was awarded at th earn Fair
th Bret premium of Sr00.
Our Portable Bngln waa awarded the first premium of
$100 at the Fair at Memphis, Teon., over Blandy's Da
vall'ttColumbut Machine Co'., and Bradford at Co't.,
by a committee of practical Railroad Engineers. -.
For prk and terms address
W1LLABD WARNER, Treasurer. '
deo5-dkwljeolt. , ... , Kewark, Ohio.
THE VICTOR AT EVERY
. . WBSBR EXHIBniD !
re'HIIDrS PATENT, UG. 3, t&C '3
tjVeaaseaswea iinli.m.aiiu, ifa iu.ij. in uu fp.jrf
-CO."THA NOTICE. ;
The Newark Machine Worke in publishing the ahovt
notic of having been victorlou over
Tbe Dlmndy Portable Steam saw JIlll
it any Fair whatever, knew tliey were publishing oltt
hood. We har published our denial of th truth of
thtir statement In other papart, but they have not al
tered them, nor offered the public any vl dene to sus
tain their untruthful assertion, W never had Mill or
Bngln on eihlbllloo at Memphis. Tenn. W did
snsef Uemat th Ohio'Btat Fair atZanesyllle,0., 1850,
where In the Sawing contest, they came out behind all
others, we taking TWO FIRST PREMIUMS. '
Wa met them again at th Ohio Btat Fair at 8aaduaky,
0., In IPSA, with equal Machinery, and beat them, taking
TWO FIRST PRKMIUM again.
Atth UNITED STATES FAIR for IcYlO, at Cincin
nati, O., where all th leading manufacturer were repre
tented. The Blandy Mill toat ictorioul .
over all, cutting 32 boards. 12 ft. 8 In. long, and SO
Inches wide, In 8 mlnutet, 15tecondt; all th machine
ry operated by two handa only 1 1 and of course, carried
the FIRST PREMIUM. '
Not being present at Indianapolis, 18G0, wa do not
know what they did ther, but we do kuow, that at the
Ohio State Fair for KS'i, where toe did meet. them, they
wer to badly beaten aa to be left entirely eut of con
sideration In awarding premium!. Thonah they had a
Mill and three Engine on th grounut, they did not get
even a tecond Premium on either.
Forclreulars fully feeorlbing THI BLANDT NA
TIONAL PREMIUM AND Oil AM HON KNtilNR AND
MILL, with reports of operator, Ac, all truthfully and
fairly ttt forth, addroat ,
II. As F. P.LANPY,
Blandy't Steam Engine Workl,
. Jaa MdAwto Eaaeavlll. O.
v v,: erhjicie and Retail Dealer In
Foreign t & Domestio Cigars,
t .- t T ,i aw eurr alarm
Smokiuij & Ctiewing Tobacco.'
also, the bsst qoallly of SHTJIT'B eoattantly
ea uu v . 4
JiyCoantrF Merchants ar Invited to call before pnr
chasing elsewhere, , -
NO. 4 EAST THIRD STREET, ,
Bet., Main snd Bycamora, ,
MOCH"ll!VU dlOODSJ Bltck Engllth TJrape;
Crap Collar, Cuffs and Sleereet Long and Short
Crap VilV Bo and Crap' Vllt; Lace Veil Crap
Trimmed! Plain Hemmed Collar; Seta; nandkerchh-tt
Alexandra' Black Kid OloTea: Fan: Rlbhonst Slikt;
Bombaainatt Traveling and all other kinds of Dm Oood
canttaatly on Rand ia great variety,- .
. PIT1R BAIN,
mtfii .. first door aorth of Neil Hoot.
j, ' i sBisirr HirTfB 1 1 if lkTaJ
From th Htwl ork Obterver.l ,.
As all nartlea manafsrlnrlna lUvtnv l.l.ln.
llgtd to pay Mr. Howealloena on each machine sold.
and tr a to compelled tomak relume tn bim, under
uu. n uie numrjer aoid, nis boota (ire acorraotaut.
ment. From this reliable soiree we hav obtained th
io n " s'atuuos. Of th machines mad to th year
"'i were auiu, . s
By Wheelrr At Wilton 81,305 '
'- I. M. Singer Sr. Co 10.053 ,
" Grover At Baker 10,880 '
howlne? the aalea of Wheelrr Wll.nn ,n
innse oi any otner company."
Awarded the highest premiums at th
United State Fain of 1858, 1858 and 1800;
also at th
Ohio State f aire of 1859 and 1BAS; ' ' '
and at nearly all th County Fain in th State.
Our prlcea. at the latr rerinnHnn. mrm r .
tutk mttfK M.hl.. n u . . . . ... . . V
ii ... "n ' "tne nignar than
the Interior ftco thrtad chain . .,,mi.. nn.
The WHKBLKK St WILSON MAOBINX make the
lioca btich me only one which cannot be raveled.- It
it Alike oa BmuMiniMnr the fnAdi. ImtI.. ma.
chain on Mt wider 4UU.
At, marhimt uafanted 3 vtart. and lntruM
HiYcn ia ineir use, ire nr cnar?.
11. CBART, 81 High ft.,Oolambs,0.
. wu. scMsra ft c.. -
dec3 2awd3mtwflm Plke'i Or era Hon, Cincinnati.
CANADIAN ATJNTTEnHTATM VATT .
TO AND FKOJtl
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
. and .
Th Montreal Ocean Bteamshlp Comnanv'i Brat ctasa
full-powered Clyde-bnllt Steamer tail every Hale
nrday from PORTLAND, carrying the Canadian and
umrcu aiaiea man ana paasengera,
NOVA8COTIAN Capt. McMaatera,
BOHEMIAN Capt. Orange,
NORTH BRITON Capt. Borland,
CANADIAN Capt. Graham,
NORTn AMERICAN.. Capt. Alton,
ANGLO-SAXON Capt. Balantlne,
Shorten I, Clseapeat and Qnlckcat Cone
A VESICA TO All 7AKTS 07 EDE0PE.
Will tall from LIVERPOOL every Wednesday,
and from QUEBEO erry - Hnturdar, ealllne at
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and land Mailt and
Paasengera, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
Olasgow passenger ar furnished with ran passage
tlcketa to and from Londonderry.
Return tlckelt granted at reduced rates.
An eiperlenced Burgeon attached to each tteamer.
Certificate! Issued for earryln to and brlnelneout naa.
tengers from all th prlnoipal towns of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reduced rate, by this line of iteamert, and
wot ptsssge, appiy at tne omc 83 IIHOAII.
WAV, New tork, and IDWaTEU ST.,
8ABEL It BEAJtLE, General Agents,
Ortiv- j, r. ARMSTRONG,,
nolo lyiifcw Statesman Office, Colamhut, Ohio.
Master Commissioner's Sale,
Itlckley tc Bro.
Edwin W. Warren
ct al. '
Sal by order of Court.
T3 V VIRTUE OF AN ORDEH OF SACK.
to me directed from tne Court of Common Plea of
Frantlln'connty, omo. I will offer for tale at tho door of
th Court Hone, la th olty of Oolumbut, on
Monday, the 18th day ol February, A. D. 18C1,
between the hourt of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P.
M.. tbe following desoribed real estate, lituata In tht
Oounty ot Franklin, and State of Ohio, in alt. n.innin.
at th 8. S. corner of survey No. 3002. (entered for and
In th name of Wm. Price) at a ataka and .inn.- ihn
8. 54 deg. SO mln. 33 50 100 polet to a tmallbeecb at Ihe
intersection of two roads, ihence 8 SOdtg. 15 mln. W.
tb middle of the Darby road 320 pole tn a stake In
the centre of the aald road : thence N .70 deg. 45 min. W. 37
polet to a stake at the root of a large elm; Ibence 8. SI
deg. W. 56 32 100 poles to a small beech In the centre
ot the road; thence N. Odea. W. on th line r aaiA
road 33 14-100 polet to a ttone in the centre of the ro ad,
from which a tmail aih tree bear B 50 deg. 15 min. k
48 linkt dittaot; thence N. SOdee- 55 min. H. 9M9.nnmn
pole to a ttakt and ttont in the In centra of a erost
road from Darby road to Ih Davidson
deg. 43mln.lt. 35 SO 100 polet to the beginning: the
wuv.v wawum, iiv ti acres, ana also, on otner
.reutoi una aa oininajon tne tontn nr uie ahnea Am.
scribed tract, containing SO teres, deeded by Ellas Sco
Sold and wife to Edwin Warren.
appraise at th 10 acre tract. S35 per acre. '
" the 50 - $S5 " '
s ..... . W' "PMAr, Sheriff,
Jan. ii-ditatw4w tnd Master Commissioner.
Printer'tfeet, $8 00
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Miller Jr. DontUtoni
ts. i Bupenoi tourt.
Jacob Boswell. 1
BV VIH t CJEOF AN ORDF.lt OF BALK
to me directed from th Bunerior Onnrt nf vnir.
Iln county. Ohio. I will offer for aala at ih.
bsuri iiouse, in tne uiiy of uoiumbut, on
Saturday, the 2i day of March, A. D. 1861,
between the honn of 10 o'clock a. at. .an d 4 o'clock r. at.
wen mil ot tr following described real ettate aituat
ths oounty of Franklin and State orotic to wit: Sixty
one fee t tan and a half inehee In width by on hundred and
twentyfirafeet tn length or depth.in th norlheutcorner
out lot number fllty one.ln the otty of Columbui, front
ing on th north aid of Franklin avenue, and bounded
the east, bv the east line of aald out lot No. SI, and en
north by tb north Iln of aald out lot, and on th
west by a direct line parallel with th east Una, and all
feel ten and a half Inches distant therefrom, tha said treat
half being thirty feet and eleven and a quarter Inches
wirt by on bundred and thirty ftv feet deep.
. , 0. W.nUFFM AN, Sheriff.
Jarj2S:ltdA4tw. and Master Commissioner.
Printer' fea 4 50
F.lum Drake '
vs. . $ Superior Court.,
tV Vllt'l l riOF A WHIT F FA.
1J tn nit directed from the Bunerior Court of Franklin
Cunly, 0.. I wilinrTerrbrialo,,! the door of the Court
House, In Ihe city of Oolumboa, on
Saturday, the 9th day of March, A. D. 18C1,
between the hourt of 10 o'clock A i M., and 4 o'clock P.
M.,tlie followlnc described real eatate situate in Uie Coun
nf Franklin, and State of Ohio, lo wit: Being part of a
certain tr.ctof land containing nlnety-aix and OLeqnar
ter acret, (0G) aituat on Big Walnnt Creek, Mifflin
Township, In range 17. Tcwnahip i, quarter Township 4,
beginning at a ttoaa In th Oolumbut and Johnstown
Turnpike road, th sooth west comer ot David Bellas
three acre tract, and north west corner to said 90 K acre
tract, thence touth thirty-two and on half roda to an
It tree, thence east fifty and 98-100 rods, thscc north
sixty and on half rod, (COM) thence west tsntoty four
tnd 30-100 ruds, thence touth tlx and 21-100 rodt. thenot
with aald Turnpike road to the beginning, containing aix
acre, more or leu.
Appraised at J45,00 per acre.
Printer'! Feet $4 50. 0. W HUFFMAN, Sheriff, .
feb8:ltdai4w ; By Kd. Davit, Deputy. ;
Martin Trent t al
BY VIRTCEOF AN ORDER OF HALE
to me directed from the abor named Court I will
orfer for tl at th door of the Court Hon la lb city
Colombo, art t. v t,- . r ;k. ....i --'n. ,
Saturday the 9th day of , February, A, D. 1861,
between th hnnn of 10 o'clock a. h., and 4 o'clock r. at.
following deaerrbtd real ettate lituata to th oountv
Franklia and Stat of Ohio, to wit: Lots Nos. aiaht.
ten, (10) and twelve (13) in Born and Jenner't Ad
dition to Ih city of Columbui, Ohio, a per recorded
itat of taia Addition, in plat record No. one, (1) page
58 and 150, In th Recorder's office) of said Franklin
coaaty, Ohio; and also th wtat half of In-let eight bun
dred and lorty-elght, (W. X of rj4ti) in the cily or Co
lumbni. - - -
Appraised at Lot No. S, 9250 00
si. i v "'.. 18, I7je
The W. X of To-lot No. 848, t50 00.
0. W. BOFFMAM, Sberifl, ,
janR dltwtw . . . - , By la. Davra, Dep'ty. '
Prtoleo fees 4 30 . i , 1 1 . . -m ;
..; fit j
TOY VlHTTJl! OF A WHIT OF TGRDI
J to m directed froat Ihe SnperlerOoort of Franklin
county Ohio, I will offer for sale atjthe door of the Court
uoch ia me city of uoiumnot on ." ' .
Saturday, tB 9th day of March, A. D., 1861,
between the hsnrt ot 10 6 'clock At H. and 4 o'clock P
M., th following real estate aituat In the oounty or
Franklin andtat of .Ohio la wit: Bealnning at tbe a.w.
oorner of lot No IS of Wm. Phelana addition t th lty
nf Cnlumbot; thence with the S. line of said lot. North
794 Bast to a ttak In laid Iln. 33 64-100 feet distant
rrom tn B. an corner oi taiaioino. ; inmce i njui
angle to wett Iln of Btat arena, Sontk 46)4 treat to
margin ot Scioto rivar at tow water aaarkt ibteic-op Hi
taa rain ol aald Boloto river ai low waver mnra. au me oe
ginning. , ... . , t . i - i; -s v-a ...
tebt-lldfc4tw. " a. Davis, Dep'ty
Printer's lees, 4 50
jt wa -
Btmzthem 'Cordiar iti Blood
Tbedreateat itoiuedflai Ttt Mortal,
ABB TUB) v a tV
' " AST) ' " )
CORDIAL" ' 'Itt ,
Km . TAUV. Vm fV
1119 SJTKICT- -ly
a tclenUSo and
V eg. (able Oomponnd."
Eroeored by the distil- "
itioa of Boots, liarba
aad Bark, Yellow
uocir, Jflood Boot,
Bartaparilla, Sg I I i
Cherry Bark aad Dan-,
oelloa enter Into Its
Mon Takln&urtMUn ramldua After Tatlnt
principle of ch Ingredient la
my new method of dUUlling. prodadng a efetioioaa. as
hlleratlng spirit, and the moat lag ALLIBL1 naaedt for
renovating th diSMacd its teat, and raMon.TiTL?
Will factually sar
WTf B OOMPIAIITT. SY8PIP8IA. JAtniDlflw
OhrontO or HorVoat SebUltV. Dlaeaaas af rha Iu.
" tun ut arising rroaa a aieordertj i4rcr or turn
acb, Dytptpeia. Beartbarn. Intrard Pile. Ajriditear sua.
f the Stomach. Fulloaaa 4 Blood to tn Bead. D.n
pain ot swimming la the head. PalL.tatloa of th Heart,
Fullntt or Weight In the Btoarach, Soar Braetatioot
Choking or tulocatin feeUng wtwa lying dowa, Drrnes
orYellowneatof Ih Skin and Bye. Might Bwaauf la
vera. Fain in th tmail of th book, cheat or tide.
DiMM.cn Zl&zhca r.f P rn ... , i g Snj4 a-i-k.r-i
Dreamt, Languor, Deepr7rhrnoy or any Nevveoa Diaeaae,
? or B'otcbaa pa th akin, and Fever and Am (or
I w IHIe)Bi f UIsj
Hav been sold durin th but alt aumtha nA i. -.
ttanc has U failed to glrlng nUr tatlifaetjaa. Who,
y-cn, win sunerrrom weakota or Bebllltr whea Mr
.... ...uu.viuii.uii, uiauiaa will ear your
NO lancuair eaa eonvav an ariannal Mm .k- . -
dlate aod almost mlraculoua change produced by takin
thi Cordial In th diseased, debilitated aad tlatttered
nervoai tj stem, whether brokitj dowa by exceaa, weak by
nature, or Impaired hy sickneaa. tbanburarl ana nr.
orgiDiiatlon U restored tn itt prittine health aad rlgef.
Or other contclont of Inability, from whaterer caat.
will find McLean a Strengthening Cordial a thorough
regenerator of th system; aod all who may hav injured
themselves bv ImDrooer indulmnrea. anu a.u i ,hn
dial a certain and speedy remedy.
Tm th UdlM, .
McLean'. Strengthening Cordial
It a sovereign aad speedy can for
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, incontinence of
Uriue or Involunury Discharge thereof. Falling of th
Womb, Giddiness, fainting aod all Diseaae tmiident to
There Is as Xlatak About It.
Suffer bo longer. Take It accsrdics ts Dirrtla. ft
will stimulate, atrengthea and lnrlgorat yoa and oauaa
iae oioomoi nesitn to moanl yourcneak again.
a Tory noun la warranted logtvnaaciaraotioa.
FOH CHILDREN. -
If VOUr children an alcklw. nun . or afnlaA lll..-.
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robaut. Delay
not a moment, try It, and ya will be con vbtctd.
IS DELICIOUS , TO TAKE.
OaCTloa. Bewar of Drosaiaiau Tjaalara aha
try to palm upon yon loma bitter or garaaparilla traab
wuieu uey oan Duycaeap, yaayini itaajnata good.
Avoid inch men. Ask lor McLean's Strengthening Cor
dial, and take nothing els It It th only remedy that
will purify th blood thoroughly and at th tame wia
strengthen th ayttean.
On tableapoonfnl taken rrery aaornlDf tatting, U a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chills and fever, Fellow
Fever, or any preralenl diaeaae. It 1 pot ua ia large
Price only 1 per bottle, or 6 botUee for J.
. a. MoIiBAJI,
Sol Proprietor of (Lit Cardial,
Alao McLean's Volcanla Oil f.inlaman,.
Prlcdpal Denot on th noma, at Thinl anA Pin. ni.
Bt. Louto. Mo.
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
Tne bet Unltcent In tb World. Th only lift tod
certain our for Cancer, Pile, Swelling and firoa
chilli, or floltre, Paralysia, Neuralgia, Weakness of tb
Moacie, Chronic or Inflammatory m.-..ti-e gug.
neat of the Joint, contracted Muscle or Ligament
Kartell e or Toothache. Bruiaea. Boraine. Wnnnda. traah
Out, Ulcer, Fever Sore, Caked Breaato BortMlppU,
Burns, Bcaldt, Sore Thoat, or any InflaaaanaUoa or Pain,
no difference how tevtre, or ho long tha disease atay
hav xiated. McLean't Celebrated Liniment I ear
Thonaandt of human being hav been saved a lift of
decrepitude aad misery by tb ot af thi is rateable a,ad
ein. McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
Will roller pain almost Inatantaneously, aad U ail
clean ae, purify and heal th foulest tore ia aa Incradl '
ly bon lima. ,
For Ileraea aattt Other Aatltaaia.
Hctaaa a eelebrated Ltouaaot tt the only sat and re
liable remedy Sot taa ears of Bpavtn, Bing Boa, wind
galls, Splint, Unnatural Bump. Node or Bwrllhvg. It
will never fail to ears Big Head, Poll BrU, Fliraia, OM
running Bon or Sweeny, If properly applied. Far
Sprain. Bruise, Scratch, Bore or Wusuuia, Crackad
Hsela, Onafea, Baddl or Collar Gal It tt at aa InnUUbl
remedy. Apply It aa directed, and a ear It ear lain ta
Then trill ne longer with ths many worth leas Lini
ment offered to yoa. Obtain a supply of Dr. MaLtaa'a
celebrated Linunent. It will core yoa. - -
J. II. mcLE AN, Sole Proprietor,
Comer of Third and Pin Street, St. Loan, Mo
For sale by all druggist.
For tale by BOBIRTB Ac SAMTIL,
aagiW-datwly . . Oolojae, Ohio
Aa experiencsd Nun and Feraal Fbyalclaa, prataula
to tb attention of mothers, her , -.
SOO T HING S YRUP.
- FOR CHILDREN TEETHLNflT'
which greatly facilitate th nrneesa of ttajthing, by toft
inlng the gums, reducing all Inttammatiwa wil 1 alias
ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and i
SCMK TOKEGCLATR THE no WflU
Deiitfid enon It, mothers. 1 1 will elre rust In vauraalWaa
d . . - - J . u .- -
BEUET AND EEA1XH TO TOUB TSFAHll
' W hart not ou and cold this article f.ir rWin aaa.a
arid CAN BAT, IH OONFI11KBCK AND TKCT1I, of it
"" we rare nerrr wrn anin so tay ui any eruer anent
Cine NKV EB HAS IT FAILKD. IN A elNOLg INkT
ANCE, TO KFFKCT A CUBB. when timely asrd. Net
trdld wt know an lnttano of dbuatlsfarUon hy any on
who need it. On th contrary, all are delighted with ti
operations, and speak In terms of commendation of it
magical efteero and medical virtue. W speak In ihie
matter "WHAT WB DO KNOWi" frr tea year' pipe
rienre. AND PI.KDNB OCR RHPUTATION FOH Tht
FCLILLMBNT OF WHAT WB IIKRM DECLAtttt. In
almost every lnttano when the intent I suffering from
pain and xhaoatioo. rrlkf trill b found In llteen or
twenty minutes altar IhcSyrap is admloiettTtd.
Thlt valnable prenaralion I th nreeerlntfon M oaa at
tha moat EXPBBIBNCKDand 8KILLFOL NUKSIS la
new Kngiann, and has been used with NIVktt FAJL
INUBUCOKSSin . - --. -
THOUHArD) OF CAftES.
It not only relieve th child from pal, bat lortgor
atea the ttomaok and boweli. orrot acidity, and give
ton and energy to Ih whol sntetn. It will almoat la-
ttantly relieve . , ,
OHlFiKQ IH TEX B0WB.8, AVO WINS COLIO
and or rooms oonrarslon, which, If not speedily rn
died, end In death. W beller H UmBKST and B(7. '
B8T RBMBDY IN TUB WORLD, In all raws af DVS
BNTKHY and S1ARUIIXA IN CUILDRKM, w tie ther
It arise from teething, or from any other cans. Wa
would say to erery mollwrwno kaaa child aaffsrlng from
any of the foregoing complaints IM) NOT LIS! YOCR
PRIJCDICMS NOR THB PRBJCDIOBBOF 0TUBR4
Hand between you and your mfferlng child, aad the r
lief that will be 8U Kg jee, ABSOLUTBLV SUHJs to
follow the ate of thumedioiae. If (lately aaseV-Folt- tt'
rectiont for atlng will aecomran each- arrttls. Mnna
eennlne unless Uie fao-ilmile r CU&ligai flgKlNg,
New York, it on tht outside wrapper.
Bold by all Drugglat throughout th Vsrlj.' -Prl
tcipal Office, 3 Ceststr Stkeef N.Y,
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER. BOTTLE.
. WM KNADE A CO.,
AT THFItt NEW ilAI.ES- -
J-.- NOl. l,,4and7N.BtrrAW I
. i- Offer for sal lhlr celebrate
nrtTnriu atrriAl. -
.PlANO-FORTliii . A
Being highly recommended by th Brat Profcasol aad
Most I Atsateoraof the country, and
IN8TBOMBNT 1 Tr ',"'7
WARRANTED FOH ' 1 '
Th arcst fkstidloot castomer nay rely teon baU(
wletted in very respect.
Trmslirsl. WM KJfABFACO."
- BkLTZCB k VTlMlSTTIt, Ai'-r't, ,
ctSff;lydw. , ,1, ... ..... , tolurabu, Ohto.
A T AA CENTS Fl it POCKin,
il McKBBft RkHtlAACT,
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