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COLUMBUS. OHIO. THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 7. 1861.
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VOL. VII. NO. 209, NEW SERIES,
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Weekly, tame price ai th Dally, whr th adryrtlau
etthe Weekly alon. Where h Dally and Weekly
are both uied, then the charge twth Weekly Will b
mi thrtof th Dally . . . .
No adrertiument taken except for a definite period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Sprint; tt Water (
OolVLXXLl3-UJBf OHIO.
W. - B. POTTS & CO.,
MAOHINIQTO,
And Uumf&ctnrer of Bran and Ooapeeltloa Oaattnga,
riniahed Brain Work of all Description.
Electro Plating and Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTING,
ftbl "OO-dly ' '
Dr, J. B. Bcanman,f
A BE3IDEST DEHTISX.
ALL TIIOSE KEQVIBINOTIIE IEH
Tlce of a Denthut, and faToring Dr. B. with their
patronage auy rely on haTlng (atiefaotlonflm. Tb
fee will M required on th completion of an operation.
OfBo Four Doora North of Um AaMrlcaa Hotel, OTr
RudUiU'i Hat Store.
Oolnnjn. 7-dly
p. a. b. sixms,
Attorney t Xaa,t7r
, AND NOTARY PUBLIC. ,
Offlce AmtMi Building, oppofUe Capitol gqaar.
. OOLTJMBUI, OHIO;
COLUMBUS ;
Maefeiae ManufaftcriBg Ca'nif uj
HDyaonruM or
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Cutisgt, KUl-fiouring, Kaehlnary.
" ALIO. . .
or rviav DMctimo.
. oLTJinnc8, onio. .
0BA8. AM BOS, Eap'l P. AMBOB,iIras.
deoll. lBtf
i
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapoliil
Through to Indianaoolis without Change of Cars
and but One Change of Cars between
Columbus sod St. Louts.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM-
BUS.
FIRSTTRAIN. J
(Dally, Monday meptd.i ' '
NIGHT BXPBBSB, wo Dayton, at : . m.,top
plni at London, Xenla, Dayton. Hiddletowo and HamU
...i.i.,. nininnii t :ta a. m.:Daytoo at5:
a.m.. IndianooolUat W8 a.m.; St. Loulaal 11:40
P 2 i-jr' SECOND TRAIN. ,: '"'
ACCOMMOD ATI0K,4 6i10 a. a., stopping at all Sta
tion between Oolnmbai and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
rlTing at Olncinnatl 11:03 a. m., Dayton at : 15 a. m.,
'Trl'T&IRD TRAIN.
BAT IXPBB88,al :Wlp. i stopping at Alton,
Jffrson. London, Charieeton, Oedarrllla, Xenta,
Spring Talley, Oorwln. Morrow, Deerlleld, folera
Lowland, Mlllfordand Halnvllle, arriving at Olndn-
natt at 7:M p. m.t Bt. Louis at l m; Dayton at o.w p.
sa.; Indlanopolisat 10:38 p. m. -f
iitBia- Oaira on all KUht Trains t
Clnoinnatt an 4 Iadlaaapslis.
BAGfiAOU . CHECKED THHOfJCM.
lor further Information and Through Ticket, applw
- fn 1 WaASBsaa
Ticket Agent, ynlon D lao.
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
JSO. W. DOUKBTt
laW :" 'i : ' '.' '" -Agent, Oolnmbns,
, jait Beeelvsal ;
aa Iff. nn REF.N SBi BLACK
lUUXKAS 100 bags prim Bio Cone.
1 AO pocket old Dnteh Government Java Cone
2 OO bbl. standard WhH Bugani, oenthrlng of Pew-
. - orea, vnrnsnea, wimnww a eua u vhw.
- 60 ,nlntala Georg Bank Oodfleh.
gObhlt. Mere and No. 1 Mackerel. , . ..
5 to. Pick salmon, v. , '." ' "
100 b. Layer Raisins. '
60 hf. box do do ' V.i '. . ' ,
lOOqr. bo d ' -1 " ' ' .
HL11L PO WEH3 & BIIO
MaLtaa in mroxTiD ahd bomestio .
CIOAHS,. ).....
""' TOBACCO, ..
AND TANOY ABTI01B
Ho. 11 East Btfct Utreet, between Wrt
th PostrOffic . Columbu. Ohio. vcM:aum
IOLDEN fill L IHIHTI,
UUiiUbM HILL BHIHTB, 1 .1 ..' - "
v ..aor.nuu utt.i. aumrr'a .. t
Th setter of thes ebtne are sew. Th Bedles, Tokas,
Bleev and bosoms r formed to fit th person with
and comfort. Th mariaupoa mohodeifntlnf
It may B nim on neiag aoriect, and MCBioinia
uaranteed wail ana. ran
tcokofalt aliUe
eonsunuy wr p , r,
BOVM. - - - 9
r BaaM'S, -r
aewts Htgn atreet.
TUS11V bjHKRS
8II.K", .
Bt T TT a L
U fANOT DUK8B BILKS,
AtlQY DKHtB BILKB.
We n m sferlne eur lmmns stock if Vase Tjrem
Bilk at price lea tlua ever be for offered la thu
Xh aumtloa ot lb ladlta of this city and vicinity
solletttd, a our stock 1 very to loot and eompl.t. In
grade of goods la this lln ' w . PBIB a BAI,
BOVVd.
If o, 99 loath High street.
Fr Itledlcal Farptssa,
UM BBAWDMS8. WTrtlB. COBDIALB, A5 Bit
Taa,frm 'Bonded Warehouse i
aevfJ
108 South High strttt.
-a ral.TKaiit ak thread LACE SSSTTI
iU of tfegaat quaUU (of laAleti Jt, H WMltls
AITITUAL PROSPECTUS
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. ' MANYPENNY & MILLER, 1
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i ', PUBLISHERS OHIO BTATKSMAS.
PER ANNUM !
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STAT23SMAN.
NAMES.
city.
a
all
STONE'SJAZ A AR.
No, 4 Ghrynne Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HAMl
ABENOWREOEITINOTHEiaWIX.
TIB, GOODS, and lovlt th public to Inspect
them. Mo such stock of Qooda ha vr been brought to
this market. Th South, in consequence of th fallnr
of th grain orop, baa not been able to purcbas tb na
na! quantity of rich goods, and this feet has forced th
Importer to sell inem at puoiu buouob. vur uji
(Mr. Stone) being In Mew Tork at thes large tales, took
advantage of them, and w can and will Mil our good
ban, at less than any on who purchased two weeks since,
paid for them In Mew York. Our stock it oomplet la
every department of
ELEOANT DRESS SILKS,
OTTOMAN VELOURS, '
6ROCHE VALENCIA8,
PRINTED MEBINOS,
PRINTED COBURG3,
DYED COBUGS
BLACK ALPACAS,
ORLEANS, : - ' !
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
- POPLINS, PRINTS,
DELAINES.
SHAWLS AUD CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day,
At ae half lite Cost ! impattaaion.
LADIES' FURS,
all Varieties, af the
Celebrated
Blanafatara at C. O
. tbera San
nn
.
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT,
Hea't, Ladles ant Children's Under Shirt and Drawars;
i.jiZ. mi nhiirfren'a Hoaiarv of all kinds, in
Wool and Lamb's Wool; Fleecy Lined and Cotton Gloves
of very make. , .
A osmplet assortment of all th usual vari
ties of ' ..........
LADIES' CLOTHS, ." ,
, CABSlMfcttta, -
- OVERCOATINGS.
I'"' - TWEEDS,
FLANNELS,
RIBBONS.
'-
DRESS TRI
LIMMINOS,
Ladiel andOenfa Linen Cambrio Hani
HiHMtke call aa oai rDldaw our words te
tho tbeea the kufe. beet aad ehoapMi stock ot Qood
ever (etatauu market, st pay tnn on wuar per
hoarwnu looaing. , , .
detllystawitw. irons a u hibm
genuine family -UQUORS.
WM. B. IVIOIIEHOTJSE & CO?
I TrtrsnaWholelDalrla
Braadles, 'Inea,; Ouii anl , Begn,
he'lav to sail th attentioa of th eitltens of th Unl-
ted Stat te wen- run n , r ..
der their own Bupervlelon. for family and Medical i
i- .awrrixi aii emtomnt. Olubt, Mlllouy
other public bodlev Who require w p.rom-. m r
lmllBaiitttls,lsjBsoe fcsttl w 11 bs. liberally
dealt With. , Flu lHaa appiwauui.
OLD 'MOBIIHOUSE BITtEBS.
IMovitBded by the Bphytichrns'BS, best rjme-
dykoeWB for Sytpepua, inin
ServM eimm.1 A a- kenarag. it I para, who-
Koe, aad detl4ke to UM last, sent y u nw
- v j WJs.B,HORBHCT;a (84rrop'rt, ,;
-r j t.-.h.i :, 3 Bscbsbi riaoe,,.
''" iui.f:Si-i,uiek j,:..-'j '.i Jenar City J
.I-Th aaberrrtiarB rth is ant s fswSottve
men, a Local ana ffnmtlns Aaenta for their aoa,
Tha ty -ui esrj,:
BlMrwas itutirvaa sasj iuuTJa gcwtrujui
T?A"JOT EJWBlw ArSfs ail.K PAHS m
J? BOWStyHtJ aHibboa Bound, JUtenston and Is
aisavaoaas vain b
tuy93 To, t losOa lilch stlSwi
NAMES.
to
Fire Insnxance! '
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
Fire & Life Insurance Co. .
Cattle street, llverpool. 90 and 91 Poultry, London.
Office, SO Wall and 81 Pin streets, Mew Vork.
TB0KA8 XOODDI, Agent, Columbus, Ohio.
aid nt Capital. Murplue
and Keaerved funds ta,nrifliSSS
Inveatecl Intbls Conntrw ever. .80O,0dO
Yearly Hereaue, ver. ....... 2, 5O00OO
Tt7Th Bhare holders personally reiponiible for en
gagements of th Company. All Directors matt be Share
holders.
Director and Shareholders la New Tork ;
James Brown, Isq., Chairman. - f ranels Ootteaat, Iiq,,
Deputy unairman.
H. Archibald, H.B.M. Consul. Ingrn Dutllh. Kto.
Joseph Galllard, Jr.,E,q. II. Orlnntll, Keq.
Alexander Hamilton. Jr., Ktq. B. V. Bandrson,Xsq.
Aux. IliMiLToa, jr.,teqM
Counsel of th Board. J
ALntto Fax, Isq., Resident Secretary.
.t Local Board In Cincinnati: . ;.,
.W.Thomas, Esq. J.D. Jones, Keq. KufutKlng.Btq.
"inompeon ave, aiq. hod i nucnanan, aiq.
The underelirndi Agent In this eltv. will be haoov to
itoelv applications for Intnrano In the abov Company,
. .. AT THB. OITf BANK, .
He can recommend It with entlr eonfidenc to all desir
ous of obtaining protection againtt LOSS BT VUI.
No Charge for Policies.
no'18-tf THOB. MOODlB.
HOLIDAYS.
FANCIES.
Bach articles as you deWr for your HUSBAND
Buch u yoa nmd for your WIIB.
Suchat are proper for your DAUOQTBB. .
Booh as your BI8TIE will prnis job for.
Bach u yoar BROTHS B east .
Bach as yoa wonf for " TUB ONl TOU L0TB BEST.
Bach at will b good for th " BLBSSES BABY."
Bneh as all teet for, " 1
Hay be fonnd In variety, In my new stock of '
WATCHES, . , CHAINS. JEWELRY,
, PLATED GOODS,
And general assortment of .
Fancy and Useful ArUolet.
WM. BLYNN,
Ms. 10 Bnckeye Block
December, 1880.
FASIILV FLOUH, - .-
TTTIIIT1S WHEAT, BU Alt BED
"SNO "W FLAKE," ,
r ran " Btrnett Mills," Springfield, O.-th best brand of
rionr brought to our market. Batim.ction guaranteed.
tor saie oniy at rr a. biouunalu's,
noTlff . ' ; . lOB South High street.
Holiday Presents.
rtAIilCOR, DsLAIIVES,-FtKHINOf,
KJ CHINTZES. DHES3 SILKS, and all
kindt of fashionable
"Winter Dresa Goods. '
r art now offering at rery low prices.
.-I nioii sain, -
doctl. ' Ho. 99 South High street.
High : Sreet Store '
,'" " - ' rOK SALE, ' - - ,
TnB THREE STORY FIRE PROOF
BTOBY HOTJSB, Ho 188. eocnvled ty Akin tt K av
oir, Hove Dealer, completely fltted with lOaa, ramie
snd Hoisting Jack. She lot a 100 by 90, and I ofercd
on reatonaDi terns, appiy
. i wa. w. ainwv. 1
Ja7-dfe! - ' t " Ho. 33, North Third Street
Watches and Jewelryv
u-
A FINK ASSORTMENT OF WATCH
a, Clock, Jewelry, Silverware, Ate, kept ooneUnt
yen nana b i .: . -
i. -v ,' i u KIKKPATEICK'g,;
"JJ . Ho.TOS,BouthfilghBtreet,Ooliunbu,0.
TrT Wktche and .Tamlr. mnattol.
ppTliKMENig NEUK 1 IKS,
JI I ' Ml,aMl HSU 11KB,
I ' ' OENILBkUUf'B NBOB. TIES; -
Th Bioat dearrabl attartmoat In th city and atnnosal-
lylowpnott. rKTERBALN.
-BovS4. Wo. Booth Hirh street.
ta.CUANT PLAIN IiLAOK SilLKS BOB
JJJ rtreet Btequee and Mantlet; too, Blch Trlmmla
tSre !, as- ' ! .. .. ... i. iAAMV.
.StaMBj zl t.io.' i.a I; iV'c.i usi u
"A pp,Rst' APPLKat ..
il, MO M1. Cholo Apple recetrM ea eohrtevrmtaf
or sal by bic&cb st hedtiiaux,
v 31 M, High street.
NAMES. The Ohio Statesman
Dally, per year. . . . 00
Tri-Weekly, p far... 3 00 ,
Weekly, per e. ' 1 00
MAY GOD SAVE THE UNION.
BY REV. G. DOUGLAS BREWSTER.
Hay God sav th Union! Ood grant It may itand,
Th pride of oar poople, th bout of our land,1
Btlll, still 'mid th norm may our banner Boat free,
TJnrent and unrivan o'er land and o'er Ma.
Hay Ood far th Union! W truit In its mlht .
In the time of the tempest, in fear and In fight,' .
We'll fail not, we'll faint not, If (till ia the iky
W can all th stars In th aiure field flyl '
Hay Ood sire th Union! the red white and blue,
Keep our States still united the dreary day through
Let the atari tell th tale of th glorlcas past,
. To bind us In Union, forercr to lut.
' Hay Ood sar th Union! still, still may It stand, '
Upheld by th prayers of th patriot land!
To cement It, our fathers ensanguined the sod,
To keep It w knoel o a merciful Ood.
Political Utterances from the Land—
Henry Clay's Ex-Mundane View of the Present
Crisis.
A pamphlet has reoeutl; been published
New York, giving a lecture on the present
crisis by Henry Clay, through the well known
medium, Cora L. Hatch, Irora which It appears
that the great statesman alluded to the argu
ment that slavery is a moral evil, and should
therefore be abolished, saying:
We might, with the same degree oi propri
ety , say, that no slavery should ever have exist
ed in the world, that no nation should ever
have been superior to any other nation; that
there should never have been any struggles
supremacy; that no revolution should ever have
been fought; that conquering nations should
never have claimed their superiority.
might, with the same degree of argument, say,
that never, since tbs history of tims began,
should one supreme ruler of a nation have
his power over hii subjects.
We might, with the same degree of proprie
ty, say, that no legal administration, no execu
tion of governmental laws, should be carried
into effect, that have a tendency in any degree
to injure -the rights and privileges of any
being. We may say this, but of what
avail is it? . The past is filled with the written
and unwritten history of oppression and blood
shed!
Mr. Spirit Clay maintains that we In
North have no right to find fault with South
ern laws, and draws the following rather weak
illustration:
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON.
In New York City, the great metropolis of
this Western Continent there are laws, we will
suppose, heinous to human morality, laws
which pervert the highest and holiest eeneibili- j
ties of government, laws which are at variance
with the bonatUuuon, laws which positively and
entirely overthrow the very principles upon
which your Constitution and country is pre
dicated. There are laws upholding and legalizing pros
tltutloo, laws that uphold and legalise gambling,
laws that uphold and legalize robbery. What
would tbe municipal government and authori
ties of New York eay, were the citiuens of
Charleston, of South Carolina, to come forward
and sav, "This Is unchristian: this ia morallv
wrong; therefore will we tea oh the citizens of
new Xork, the ignorant portion of your soci
ety, those who are subservient to State authori
ty, those who hold places under vour Govern
ment, to oome out acainat it. Wa will raise an
Insurrection of your State power and State au
thoritles,And yoa shall not have thia continued
t V 1. I- 1 1 -
muj MuKcr, uvmuov n is luuraur wrung, Be
cause it is not, in the eye of heaven, right."
Would not you, would not vour State authori
ties, would not every other mao, In your nation
or In your State, say that it was none oi your
businesst Mostiassuredly.
HENRY CLAY IN FAVOR OF COMPROMISE.
Spirit Clay then advances some of tbe old
pro-slavery arguments, and brines forward bis
old panacea and urges "compromise compro
mise." For be It remembered that it is not a question
now or simple right or wrong, that it s is
not a moral question In which your nation
is engaged; that morality and religion are
exclusive reservations by your Declaration
of Independence; that each and every Individ
ual may retain bis own forms or religion, bis
own conceptions of morality provided that mo
rality or thai religion does not Interfere with
the great general laws of the Constitution of the
United States. And each separate Slate Is spe
cifically Instructed cot to form laws which shall
interfere with the Constitution ; but in every oth
er respect each is a distinct and positive na
tion. When we hear the North orvine out: "Dis
solve tbe Union, or emancipate your slaves,"
and when we hear the extremists of the South
crying out, "Adhere snd sustain ns In our rights
in toe extension oi slavery, in tbs preservation
of our slave property, or we will secede," we see
on the one hand, traitors to the Union and patri
otism, ana we see on me otner nana traitors to
the Union and to patriotism. The greatest ev
idence of being in the right is the pursuance of
that course wbich is willing to sacrifice self lor
tbe interest of the whole.
If any State, or States, are selfish enough to
say: "Uive us all that we desire, or we.wlil die
solve this Uolon," or if any man or men say:
"Give us all that we desire ia our Belfisbness
or our fanaticism, or we will dissolve the Uni
on,? we say to both parties, "You are no pat
riots; yon are simply demagogues, loving self;
vou are no advocates of tne constitution, no ad
vocates of tbs Declaration of Independence, no
advocates of tbe Government ot the United
States; no advocates of the glorious institutions
whioh we have here established; but yoa are
traitors."
Coloring Matter in Confectionary.
J
Amasa M. Eaton, assistant la the laboratory
of Brown University, furnishes the following
intorestlntt statistics in reference to the useoi
eolorisg matter used in the manufacture oleoa
fectionarvi .i. . i ' ':' i-.t . Hi'..
My attention having been lately directed to
tbe materials used to ooior coniectionary, i nave
procured forty-five samples, and have analysed
tbe oolorlnR matters present. : Theea articles
comprised figures, sugar plums, lozenges, sug
ared almonds, eocoanut sage, etc i ; .-. ' ,
From this series of analysis It appears: Of
fifteen reds examined, tbat fourteen weraoolo-
ed with orcanio coloring, matters and one with
mineral matter. Of three blues,! that tbe colo
ring matter- consisted of ultramarine. Of
twelve greens, that five contained eoppsr-snd
tbat three contained ohromate of lead, or chrome
yellow these latter being compound greens.
Of eleven yellows, that ten oonaited of chrome
yellow. i i ' -: . :.i
1 bave also examined two samples or metal
lic duot, which was sprinkled over soma of the
candles, and lound copper present ia both ca
ges. .. - -I n fi
Two sill Dirwr handles to somo of the arti
cles analysed also contained copper. ,.
It thus appears tnai twenty-toree ot these
forty five samples were colored with poisonous
substances. i . u a--t r.
The red samples were the most harmless
even la this class one was colored with poison
ous matter, :!;'.-, ., t . , :,
In connection with these facts, It should
remembered tbat all compounds of lead, met-
euryrcopper, and arsenio, aituongn taeir evil
recta, when takoo in smaii quantities, may
be aooareat at tbs time, belong- to tbat class
substances which are termed cumulative
is, they are liable to accumulate ia the system,
at length tbs InjoroiBi effects of tbs poison
manlleat themselves. ' . i -,.i- I iu
Morejovwri children, who ' firs'.' tht .principal
eonsaaisrs of these artioles, arc more Sflsowoth-i
ble.oaaoooontof thein doUoata rgamaatioo,
to tho streets of tbess-poisaus than '
woald bf .
[From the Syracuse Journal.]
Secrets of Canal Jobbing.
The Suit Against the Administrators of Canal
Commissioner Whallon, for the Recovery of
$2,600 Paid on his Share in a Canal Contract.
. ,..''
Tbe salt of "Myron Bangs vs, George W.
Whallon. administrator of Samuel S. Whallon,
deceased," has been a seoond time tried in the
Onondasa Circuit Court, the last trial being
oompleted to-day. The action was brought by
Myron Banes, to reoover or tne aeienaani me
sum of $3,600. ; alleged to have been loaned to
Samuel S. Whallon, who was a Canal Commis
sioner at the time, having charge of the Wes
tern Divisions of the Canals of this State; 11,
600 having been loaned on tbe 4tb day of Janu
ary, 1 658, and $1,600 on or about the 6th day of
Jane, 1858, all of which it was alleged tbe said
Whallon agreed to pay. - In the month of July,
ihob, wbaiion died, and on or about tne tuu oi
the same mouth, the defendant, (bis son) was
appointed administrator, .i . i , . .'
I He delendant domed tbat the money was
loaned, and defended the suit on the ground that
the monoy bo paid over was but Whallon 's
share of the profits ailsing from a contract for
extraordinary repairs on the Genesee- Valley
Canal, which Bangs had with the State, and In
which it was alledged Whallon bad a secret in
terest. Messrs. r'ltzhugh and Whallon, Canal
Commissioners, represented tbe State in tbe
contract. It was alto hinted at that It was a
bribe which Whallon had received aa compen
sation for his services In procuring tbe contract,
which is admitted on all sides to bave been a
profitable one.
Hugh M Severance was ewotn for tbe defend
ant. He was a Resident Engineer on the Gen
esee Valley Canal; said be was acquainted with
Whallon; to the question, "Did Eli T. Bangs
ever tell yoa who was Interested In the contract
for extraordinary repairs?" witness answered,
"He did; he said Commissioner- Whallon,
Mesd, Myron, Bangs and himself; he paid Eli
had one-third, Whallon a third, and Mead
a third; this conversation was at Albany, in the
winter of 1857 and 1858; he said be bad paid
Whallon bis part; he did not tell me how much;
I went with Eli T. Bangs to Maysville from
Nunds in June; be said bis bnsinees was to get
Whallon to sign a draft; be took a package of
money from bis vest pocket and showed it to
me, and said it contained fifty $10 bills on the
Fayettevllle Bmk; he said ho was going to
give that package to the "old man," if be would
sign his draft; I saw him alter be said tbe 'old
man, had signed the draft, and that be had paid
him the money."
George W. Whallon, the defendant, also
swears that be met Eli T- Bangs in Albany, and
that Bangs told bim that S. S. Whallon had an
interest in tbe conrtact for extraordinary repairs,
and had already realised $1,600.
Ell T. Bings admitted having seen G. W.
Whallon at Albany, and that be conversed with
him. but denied that be ever said anything about
the partnership, or that Samuel S Whallon was
in any way Interested in tbe contraot, or that he
had realized $1,600 from it. He also (admitted
having gone to N unda with Severance, but denies
tbat be snowed bim a package or Dins, or saia
that he was going to give Whallon money to
sign a draft. ,
Witnesses were csiiea to impeacn severance,
and others were called to sustain him. There
was some strong swearing In the case. Several
oi the witnesses were frank in their admissions
of personal participation in tbe corruption which
seemed to be rather genoral at tbat time. Tbe
case exposed an amount of venality wbich is
almost incredible. ' ' '
The case went to the jury last night, and
they rendered a verdict lor tbe defendants
The New Senator from New York.
Tbe contest la the Republican caucus ol the
New-York (Jeneral Assembly in nominating
successor of Mr. Seward in the Senate, was
exceedingly sharp and bitter: -The ballots
were taken as follows: '
i I9S3780 1O
Wm. H. Everts 1. .ell 41 41 40 39 41 38 IS
Horace Greeley
.40 42 41 43 44 43 42 47 40 49
Ira Harris
Wa. Curtis Noycs.
.90 99 19 Si SO III 91 10 4ti 60
...S 54334339
...4 3 43 3 33339
...3 3 3 333331
...1 19 111111-
J. 0. Smith
H. R, Belden
O. J. Raymond...
Blsnir.
...... 1 1 J 1 M
Evarts was the candidate of Messrs. Seward
and Weed. Omelet-was the opposition of
the Regency. The fight was really a continua
tion of tbat at Chicago. Both parties claim
the victory. Tbe fact is it was a drawn bat
tle, i...-'. : .. .
The New York World gives the following
sketch of the new Senator : . .
Judse llama was born in Cortland county,
in tbe year 1802, graduated from Union College
in 1824, admitted to practice in ivu, and cou
tinned in the success! ul exercise ot bis profes
sion at a bar which was iamous for the number
of its able practitioners, until 1843, without
holding any office. He was In that year e. acted
to the State Assembly, re-elected in 1844, and
elected to the State Senate In 1845. He was a
member of tbe , Constitutional , Convention
whioh assembled In 1846, where his sound judg
ment and wide legal knowledge left their im
press upon the proceedings of tbat body. One
of its acts was the creation of the present Su
preme Court, of which Mr. Harris was elected
one of the first justices, holding the office for
four veara. In 1851 be wosre-eleoled to tbe same
benob, and held it for eight years. In 1859, a
candidate lor tbe same place, he was deteatea
by Rulus V. Peckham. Since tbat time, ex
cepting several months' absence abroad, be has
resumed tne practioe oi ms proiesston.
Judge Harris, although not enjoying a nation
al reputation, has that weight of character and
breadth of mind which in a national office will
secure for his abilities an appropriate recognition-:.
In his own State, his long and honorable
career as a judge upon the benoh of one of ita
highest courts, bag given bim an unblemished
and enviablo renutation. . Amone hia political
opponents be has many ardent friends, and be
will be secure oi eiieouve support irom nia own
Dirty, for he has been in alliance with neither
faction., His election must tend to harmonize
its discordant elements, conciliate Its divided
forces and consolidate its strength. ' "
With an urbane and generous disposition, be
unites dignity ofiperson and demeanor. His
oersonal character has been formed after the
purest pattern. To thelisscussion of the mo-
meutous issues wbicn aa outraged uonsutution
violated laws, and an almost dissevered Union
have brought upon na, be will bring the firm
nesaand tbe fairness of the judicial mind, but
also the temper which would win rather than
alienate tbe bitterest opponent. '
Charles Carroll's Supplemental Declaration to
the Declaration of Independence.
,t
bat
be
er
not
of
that
o
In the year 1826, says- a writer In the
Washington Union, after all, save one of ,tbe
hand of natriots whose sicnatnres are borne on
the Declaration oi inaepenaance, naa descended
to the tomb, tad tbs venerable Larroll alone re
malned am one the livine. the eovernment of
the city of New York deputed a committee to
wait on the Illustrious survivor, and obtain from
him. for deposit in the pubiio hall or the city, a
copy of the Declaration of 177b, graced and au-
thentioated anew with bis sign manual. The
aeed patriot yielded to the request, and affixed
With nl own nana to B copy oi tns instumeot
HHAr,,l mlimn nrl nlnne nnr.l.n.ni.l
i r .i Jni. f-n... ,v
aeoiarauuu wuu
"Grateful to Almighty God for the blessings
which, through Jesus Christ our Lord, he has
aonferred on my beloved eountry In her esiand-
patlon, and in nermlttlog me, under eiroum-
atanees oi merer, to iivs to tu aeo oi eiruiv-
nlne years, and to survlvs the filtiethyear of
American Independence, adopted by Congress
on the 4th of July. 1776. which 1 orleinaUy sub
scribed on the 'ini day ot, August ot me same
vsar. aad of whioh I am now the last surviving
signer, I do hereby recommend to the present
and luture generation tno principles oi tnat
Important document aa the best lnberltacs their
annsatnra eonld beaueath to them and Drat that
the civil and religious-liberties; tbey bave se
cured to mv country may bs peroetuated to re
motest posterity! and extended, to .tbs wboie rant-
llw Of man. . i-inn-' v imm-mhi- f e
CHARLES CARROLL, of Carrollton."
CHARLES CARROLL, of Carrollton." August 2, 1826.
.
I 1 . '- J J ....! :( "Ml '
Aver s sarsapamla
A compound remedy, designed to be the most
effectual Alterative that can be .raade." It is.
a concentrated extract of Fora BarnparillH,
so combined with other substswes- of still
creator alterative Dowor as to afford an effec.
tive antidote for tba diseases Sorsaparilla it
repuieu tu cure, ic is ueurviu umi sum a
remedy Is wanted by those who suffer from :
Strumous complaints, and that sue .which will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense -.
service to this largo class of our afflicted fellow-,
citizens. How completely this compound will'
do it has been proven by experiment on rrlnny
of tho worst cases to bo found of the following
complaints: . ,.. . f, ., A-i :
SCIIOFULA AlfB SCUOFUI-OVS COOTLAINTS,,
Eruptions and Enui'TtvE Diseases, Ulceus,
Piuplks, Blotcuki, TuMoua, Salt Khf.lm, 1
Scald Head, Srpiui.it akd Sjphilitio Ar
fections, MerouuiaIi Diseasr, Ubofsv, Nat-,
iialqia ou Tic Doui.oubeux, Dkhiuty, Dvs
pepsia and Indigestion, EiivsiVEt.AS, Boss
on St. Anthony's FtttB, and indeed the whole'
class of complaints arVsing- from Ikpvritv or
trs Blood. . , -.' ,:;
' This compound will be found a great pro
moter of health, when taken in tliq spring, to
expel the foul humors which fuster in the
blood st that season of the year. By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are nipped in the bud., Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
tho endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, tlirougli which the system will strive to
rid itself of corruption, it not OssUted to do
this through the natural channels of tho body
by an alterative medicine. ' Cleanse out the.
vitiated blood whenever you 'find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when you. find it is ob
structed and sluggiah in the veins t clcanso it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
Is felt, people enjojr bettor' health, and livo
longer, for cleansing the blood, i Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with thia
pabulum of lifa disordered, there. can be no
lasting health. Sooner" or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
li fc is disordered or overthrown. .1 : . .f '
. Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these end. , But
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparation of it, pnrtly because the 1 drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more becau.se many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else.
. During Into years the public have been rms-
lod by large bottles, pretending to give a qiuu t
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Mot
of theso have been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsnpa
riila, but often no curative properties whatev
er, . Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of tlio various extracts of
Sarsnparill.i which llood tho market, until the
name itself i3 justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. '' Still
we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply audi a remedy aa shall rescue the
name from the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And wo tliink we have ground for
believing it baa virtues which are irresistible
by the ordinary run of tho diseases itia intend
ed to cure. Li order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, tho remedy should
bs judiciously taken according to directions on
the bottle. " "".-.
PREFABS!) BT
: Dlt. J. C. AYE It & CO.
LOWELL, MASS. .
Price, $1 perBottlo i Six Dottle for $5.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for Itself such a renown for the tirre nf
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it in entirely unnecessary for ns to recount tlio
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been cm
ployed. "As it has long been in constant -uso
throughout this section, we nerd not do more than
assure th people its quality is kept up to tho best
it ever has been", ana that it may be relied on to
do for their relief all it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's' ' Cathartic Pills,
i POn-TILB CUBS OF
Coititeneu, Jaundict, Duspeptia, ImUyeMion,
Dytenioy, Foul Stomach, Eiytijithis, Ueadcwhc,
Ftlci, Itieumalism, Eiitplioiil and Sum Disease,
Liver Complaint, Dmpy; Tetter, Tumors bnd
Salt JUieitm, Worms, Gmti, Neumlgia, at a
Dinner Pill, mid for Fwifiinf tin Blood,
lney are sugar-coated, so Mint the moat sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and they are the
best aperient in the world for all the purpoMt of a
family physic
Price SS cents per Box ; Tive boxes for $1.00.
Greatnumber of Clergymen, Fliyticians, States
men, and eminent personages, have lent their
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our ipnco hers will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur-,
nish gratis our American Almanac in which they
are given ;.. with also full descriptions of the above
eoropUiintei and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure. i,, . .
Do not be nut off bv Unprincipled dealers with
other preparation they make more.-profit on.
Demand Ayeh'S, and take no others. 1'he nick
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
have it. 11 - - ' - r--i
All our remedies are for sale by . f-.-j ; ,-.-,.
' i ROBIRTS At 8AUUBL, Columbus, .
And bv Druggist and Dealers everywhere. ,
nov:iyd,twstw
ONE WEEK MORE.
j WB BIIAIT, CONTINTJB TO BBLL ' '
our" goods
I 1.
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FOniGASH-OtstV;
, laEOTjaHOtrr tex presew
- - AIIBB W1II0U.
wm.
WILL BE
ANNOUNCED
For the Patronage of .the Public
T J '"' ' ' "' P. BAIN.
January S8. 1801'.
' ' . OO Bnnlh Wl.t, lrm '
- , "l I v,' . '' SiU
B.B. Bowman . )
l v. 1 -l i " Superior Court.. ' vi
W. Slaughter tal. )
VIHTIIE OF A WHIT OF VENDI
m directed from tbe Superior 0art of Prank 11
county, Ohio, I wiuoffer (o aioo ;-, '-i,,,'
Thursdav tbs 14th day of February, A- D. loCl,
f.,...., p. m. m front of J. f . Bnoddv's Store,
the village of Wetterviiie, vrenniB ouBty, uuw,iue
hviu described properly to-wlU One bay hone,
I aorrell mare, one colt about tw year old, and one
I tnd whit ter, lvld on a the property of P. Tablet.1
o. liurruAN. Bhentr.
febS-lOld
' 'by Ed. Davia, Deputji."
M 10 te,
IPR;SA.LTi,
A LARGE BODY OF LANDLVIIV
on tbe National Road, Wett of Columbus, wilhla
from tw to fir mile from thtalty. Tho property
be old In lot to tuM. purchatcrt, tnd on ravorabie terms.
- Apply to " Ji'MM w. ni"i'
jaoltt-aew ' r i . ' n tt 0f onn u. wuwwn.
uoiumoua, yanuary u. (,
33TOXTZl3BJSrOJi2ii :
M.,uvi. BBOoaiTV.aod lavia Pias Is.,Co.'
Hsw IoASiaavo. ' -
Office, 81 Mia" t.t avai t ki
vr-4U
'I t ' " W ' " ti-
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in
one
red
will
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...j tl
Tm INTITi iTTHVTIf)VlnimorrJimort ''
traordinarytaratby ay i. t.. r.,.:, ;h
tf ; ri ; ' ,1.1:181,) rj. " j i. 1 S ;'' j.
'PECTORAL1 8101TJP.1-' V'f 1
- - j1 o J.-jotI st?
The are at home, and anr eae who U domhts a b: 0 J .
quire er the pereoa wno bev bees eared by.lt. .., , ....
DR.! KIY8ER IB PRSPAHRD AT ANY TbT rA.i'i"l u
BXAIflHB LUNGS WITHOUT OHAROB, VOU ALL,,, ,
TUOBkt WHO NBKD HIS HBDIOlNKg.
,. , (.. i ,. :i .j i-j : o-r.-.t.Ii
Ai ianu ju iuub vui.ua A ess of svyear
laaAiag cured byDR. KCYSkB'B PEOTOBAt SYACP. '
PiTTsuaaB.Jaaj. 11, I860.
Da. Kt vita : Mr wife haa been afflicted with a bad
couch and difficulty of brratbln. for Are er tbr lean.
which , for tevtral yar back, bad gradually lnc rawed la
vUilenoe. The ooaiuleint be bean hereditary, and bs
liad been treated bv mral Dbvalcian wiUioaS m-
lief. In this stat f her oat, I procured tome of your
Peetoaal Cough Syrup. I bought, th Brat time, a fifty"
oent bottle, which relieved ker very ranch 1 1 Umbo! led
and got a dollar bottle, which cured her enUrely, and
the bat now no tract of the forsaar disrate, tacept week-
net. .1 would alto (lata tbat I Bead the BMdioln ary-..
self to a cold and cough. Tbe medicine cured m by tak "
log on oot I nrpres tiy entlr saltaaarUea with the
sDMKine, ana you an at liberty to publish this if vou . ..
desire to do to. WM . WILSOM,
.; i Aldnstiflhrysrd,:; -j ;
1 : an.'; a'. ; '';'"'Jrnot(1H.;-lroT; 18.18S8.-"'
' Da. Kama : Although not an edvoeat f Psteat '.-
Medicuiee, In general, it affords ate pleeaar indescrlba
bl to recomnend your Peotoral Syrnp. - At a BMdkine - t ' I
It Is well worthy th altention of aay person who auy la .-, L j
any aunner be afflicted with coughs, colds and boamneet ,
of any hind, and for the peculiar ejutliSoatloB ler re- !
stovlag all that disagreeable ttnsatioa attending a te- .
verccold. ....... .'!.
I hav been, nor or lew, fat ay life, affected with th . ,
vrvst of cold and hoarsenete. At tiroes my Uiroat
would besom to oluted to prevent aty rpeating abov1, I
a whisper, and by taking a tow doset of th abov Syrup
it would relieve me entirely.
In leoommendlng thi medldne, I matt nnhetltaUngly ,
say that It it th heat remedy I ever found, purporting to , .
cur the above, nor should any family be without thi - ' -remedy
for diseases so prevalent. -
Yours, moat retpeotfully, '
BDWARD J. JONES, '
, : , , . , CtaMer Citiaeu' Depodt Bank.
' - 8TSOBrjrvnxB,0., March 14, 1859
I hav ated Dr. Keyter't Cough Syrup for a bed eeugh
of several yeara ttandtng. and can cheerfully say It is ' '
th best medldM for the tain that I hav ever Men. . ,.,
.- J.W.PWCS.
COL.' PRATT AND DB. KBYBEB'B PBOTOBAL .
SY1AUP. Da. Kntaa Dear Bir: xcute th delay of
my BCBUvwieugiHg ine ixniMn, ei your removal UOUgn
Syrup toooer. 1 tak great pleasure In saving that il te
all you aay it it. U knocked tlu noiM out vj my otmoJi
and th worst on I wa tvr effltoled with; I hav not
uted more than one-half of th bottle, and I can and do
wish that all who ar afflicted would rive It at fair a trial
tt I hav done, and they will be proad to aay, -It I no ...
quack medicine.1' I would aoa. muTa aaoiawr snob aa
attack for any oontkienuicn, or at any cost. I am con- -fldent
I can breathe more freely than I evr did. I shall
alwaja acknowledge a debt of gratitude for raven ting to 1
excentni a remeay. ion ar at iinercy u ut my rinv ..
In thi regard, a you tblak propet B. f. PKall, , ,
Aleesenger Oommon Council, Pittsburgh, Pa.
PItttborih,May 11, lffiS.
N. B I am no stranger to my fellow-eitltent. and
who entertain doubt can consult me pertontlly.
.
. Prmanaao, April tt, 1857.
BEAD THB TRUTH. Da. Knata: I have a daugh
ter who hat taken several medicine for s bad oougb, ' L -wlthoat
benefit among them Ayer Cherry PectoraL
IjMirchaaed from you a botU of your PEOTOBAL
SYRUP, and before the had need htlfa Beatte h we- -tju ,
relieved. Tb second botll cured ber entirely of her .
cough. jona DABIN,
, i ' Bobinnn street, Alkg heajr- ' i
1 Pn-ntcaan, December, 31, IRS3. '
A GREAT CURB BY DB, KBYSBB'S rBOTOMAL
SYRUP. I llvt in PeablH township, Allegheny oooaty.
I had a coughing and spitting, which commenced about 1 L
the 4th of ftbruary last, and oenUnued eight moatha. (
mployed th belt physicians ia the country, and my
cough continued unabated uatll early In October. At
that time I wat advised to try yoar PBCTORAL CODQII '
SYEUP.whlohldid, aodalter I had taken one bottle 1
wat entirely free from th coughing and tpllUng. Ihad '"
detptlred of ever gettiog welt, tnd I think it should be . ,
knows that thia valuable remedy will do for other, what
Ithstdontlnmyeaae. JOHN 0. LITTLE, .
Wltnott B. U. Baaa. Peebles townhlp.
ParrosTr., April 14,1857. S
A WONDERFUL CURB. Bom Urn ago, an old
neighbor of mln was very llliwlthabad cough which '
vry on supposed to be oonsumptioa. Hie relative ;
told m that h had taken every remedy they heard of
without beneit; hi brother came to tee him die, and all '
war onSrmd In th belief that he eouid not Uv. .1
had about th third of a bottle of your Pectoral By rap.
which I gv him, aa It entirely cured him, te the eeloa- : J
lihmtntot alU . What mak th cae mora remarkabl,
It the extreme age of the man, he being boutithtyyeert ''-
em. a nave no uouot im renwiaiearea Bti' ,'W.
. v, JOflmN'sJINNIB,
j ' ' ' ' -J.f,.4 --.
DR. KBYSBB'S PEOTORAL SYRUP M E LAIRS, i
VIIiLB. Please tend m another supply of your vala
able 'Pectoral Byvup," Almost irerjbody around a :
hat tb oold and ar inquiring for "Br. Keyter't Pettorai r .,
Syrup.7' We have (old tuieen bottlte last wek,nd ere
now entirely out. Mr. A. Alter Bad Mr. P. Maher, beta '
of BlalravlU. Pa., tell ut ttey would aot bt without It
In their families. In fact, ail who us tt one want It ' ' ' '
again. Yours, retpeetfully, i i . . - , .r v .
. J. O. WSTTSKBOH St BONB
JaanaryS), I860."' -.- .... ... . i.. .....
. :..mm i- . - i a,) ., .; .;r
ANOTHER NEW CIRTiriOATB DB. KEVSBB'a ,.
PEOTORAL SYRUP. I had been troubled with aooaga
and oold lor tevtral week to bad wat It that I eould not ''' ' '
sleep, Ihtd the advice tod pretcrlptlottt from tare of 4 1
th btstpnyiMianatn to otty. wbwb l eeul Berne, bale); 't .
not do so. I finally procured a pottl of yof Pectoral , ...
Syrup, which urd me entirely. , Signed, - , ""
. W. BlJBUnTvff, ' "
j 8J0 Liberty ttiwtt.Plttabarga, ft .Jaa. S, lonB, t 7.'
BrOPTHATW0DflHrifO."--mowBnrdol fl'J
to Beyati'iea Wood street tnd get a bo UJ of attCoUfb
Pectoial. and if that don't cure you. vour eatamutib
desperate Indeed." Thll lea specimen of the colloquy '-'
one bear almost every day ia old eatchiog periods f -, -,
tne year, ana we wa, irom miubi experiment, cheer
fully oonear in th edvhwr' dmallwa at abev, tor w ( r--.
have tried Ut 'Pectoral,'' la a moot stubborn cue, with
entlr lueees. Hear two weeks ago we went to Pittsburgh, ' ' '
wttn on oi we mott uisueeiing, tiirnry, mallah, aa- It
tubtlaabl oougba wvrxprieaod since our advent
upon thit mundane iphere. w coughed tteedlly aad "
labenoutry tor ene wboh wees, lu nope el tinny . ,
but it wu na go. In fact It teemed rather to have Im
proved by practice, aad tt have acquired ttreaerU.pei ...
cy and dUtmtibiUtjt by the opcratioa. Ia this siege of .
the siege, we eoujhed our way to Keyser'e, 140 Wood St. '
procured a fifty oent bottle of the -reetojal;' took U
accord log to dlrecUont, and In forty-eight houn we were .
Butter of the field, the enemy kavmg aueeodltwaally 1
turrendered, after a brief bat uaequal eontlict wit
formidable an advenary tt Keyttr'a famoua "Coatjb, ,
tHatnlS'-JMvoaoCUpptr,Joa. IA, H5t ? t . t ;'
DbVKEYSER'S PBCTORAL BvHfJPIiiprimrdanS
oldbyDr OEOBUB II, B.KYSEH, 140 Wood itreet, - '
Pittsburgh, Pa. '.
bold in ColutnWiS by ROBERTS at SAMTJIL. ' '
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