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VOL. VII'.; NO. 211 NEW. SERIES, ;v; COLUMBUS. OHIO. WEDNESDAY EVENING; FEBRUARY 13. 1861.
Of
SIX DOLLASS PIS YEA IV
InTMiablj la AdrmceJ
3
DAILY. T&I-WEIXLY AND WEEKLY
'I :l ,
MANYPENNT& MILLER,
tCBlIBtt) BS. AND PBOPEIETOBB.
tTOffit Aos. 88, IS and 40, tforth High: Bt.
MUMS IKYABIABL7. in advanoi. '
ally . . . i $0 00 per ywtf.
"Br the Cirrler, per weolt, V
ear,
.ruii ft; AtfverUulrjp; j t re.
neiu,mit 1 yeai..,B20 00
One ' II miil.Uil IB no
Ono tuuar 3 weeks.lBt 00
One -Bwoekt.. 1 W
Ob " lweek... 1 7
Oat " Sdays... 1 00
On " 8day". 75
One " Insertion 80
Sat ". tl months 15 Mo
llis " il months-10 "
Juo ' S months 8 l
One " I month., . IK)
0loA WvertliemeBt ball toor thtn (bo. above
.U'erUfemerita leaded md. placed In U foliUMM
tvncM NotloM,
" doiM Itu ordinary rata.
. If orlardo beimluexcluiveljfUrtheflratweeli
' i0( cen:. mar thtu th abov fto; bat til iuob mil
ppear la the Trl-Weekly wiiboutoharge.
luilnciiCrrl,notexoecrllns flTelioei, perytet. in
4 50 per line; otW$i. .
Notlcei of mMtlnKt, chariUblcx oeleUel, rteipnl,
h"Allhlatlnt adwrtlummit tnutt U-vati jo U
M'tntnes. Ti rale "ill noi be riett (rem. ; '
ttcdkly, msie prlw on the Dally, where tbedwrtlif
.rhe VceL!ylone. Where he Bally end W'
are both unod. thi the elurge ti-rthe V?eekly TrtlJ M
O K the rntri of the Dally - .......
lie adrertlfewent tnken except for a definite period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
EAGLE. liRAStt WORKS,
'V L . t'orucrSprlnp tc. Water Sti. 7
OoluintouB, Oliio.
' Uanaraeturerj of llrane ard OnsipoelUon OMllngt,
' f.nlslwd Brase Work of all DeaoripUoM. I
Elccinl Plating - and Gilding ! !
STENCIL CUTTINC, fcC. ' ,
i' feUlio-dly ;'' 1
" ,a . j F...A.,B., SIMKIJK3, "
.(AW NOTARY rUDLW.
-1 Oflica Ain Molkltng,
uipotit Capitol Bquare.
' ' OOLUMBU8. OHIOi
Machine Manufactcring Company
MAMUPAOTURM9 Of
tJTkAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
CMtinB,'KUl-0ariiigi HacbJMry. !,
ilivilx-ovcl , Worli
' or rtf TtcsoRtmoR. ' -j '
' ' ' - "1I,1BIBUS OHIO.
0HA8. aMDvIS, gup't P. AUB0B,.Trtai.
. a
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
5 orr s5KwJtsLr3
RAILROADS.
For Cinclnnatt, Dayton & Indianapolis!
- Through to lndinnnDolis without Change of Carl
and but One Change of Cars between
" t i ; - Columbus and Bt. Louis t V ' 1
'.THREE TRAIN? d"aILY FROM COLUM
' ... BUS. . .. .
.j , FIRST TRAIN. ' ; r",; ""
(Dillv, Moadayi exoe pled J .
BIOUT via Saytou, at 8 45 a. m..atop
nia t LmitoB. Xula. Divun. Mlddletowo and Uamil-
tan. arrlTlog at Cincinnati at 8:20 a.
m iSaitea aaa
tt. iuUat UiO
S at.. laAiaBopella at 10. B a m.
r.. SECOND TRAIN, r
' v ACCOMMODATION, at 6 )0 a- a.,atepplBf at all 8ta
do between Columbiu and Cluclnnutl and Uajtonk ar
,, rlTlni at Ciorionatl ll:US a: m., Day ten at 9: IS aw m.,
" Tlp1IRD TRAIN. i -
DAT eXPBK3l,at :30p. m., storplnt at Alton,
Jeffenon, Leadon, Obarlettoo. Cedarrllle, Xenia.
m asitnc Valley, Corwln, Morrow. Deerneld, Foeur'a.
lowland, Mlllfarle'id PUInille, arrlrlcg at OlnelQ
' ' nail at 7.40 p. m-l Bt. Louli at 18 miDajtuaat S:Up.
m.; IodinofMIU at 10:38 p.m. - j
: Uovlnv Onre wn atll Nlgclit Tralna to
, Ciuclnuall ua IniWanapelia.
' ,T Aajquaog checked . THHoton,
far farther IcforBatlen and Thron Tiekats apply to
ti. ii uoiiisHiy, . c
Ticket Auent, Ucton Pepot. Columbut, Ohio.
' e g. W. WOODWARD, ,
..'. .'.; . . .- . i Raperintendent, Otnolnratt.
- t . tso. w. Boiinaix
. . jjj '! . Agent, OolnroHM.
H'OlIDAYS. i
"" ' liiuhaU)leae yoa 4iir for your nUSBAJtD
' '"tocbae youif for jour WlFB v' "" ":
T" ! tncoaiireproper fo your BAUOHTEB. ,t (
lath ss your BtSTtR will prat you for.'"'" J ,
tMh m Joar BROTHER can '. ' : ' ' !
; luah U jou want for "TO 8 OSB tOTJ tOTs BIflT.r
' ' (aeb as will be good tof the " EtE8S2D BADT.",
;'"lBSSaHfor, " "'.
:! May befound la Tttriety, Intny Dewitocaof
l ti tVAlCHt". CHAINS JEWFIiHYj
. ......... . pLtTED OOOS84 s-:
' iia" itittrsl waorlient. of 1
1 Fancy at 4 tTsefal irtlolss.' v ' . 4?
WM. BLYNN, ' i , ,
... ,: ; . '. u.'. He, to Buckeye Block.
Sermbber, 1800 ;-
Just Beeelvell ' . '
a tt TIF. via vteecre ana uuava
Cll QUEEN and
'II Mil l is inn hail Drlme Bit Conee
150 pookeiao'ldDutobOavernment Java Coffee. rl
. . ohii tble. nanriard W hile Bogari, eoniliilng of fW
a - - trej.ohruthcd.Hranuiairaaanaouonce
n -(fy palmate George B mh OodOeh - " )
.wfcl vi- .80 kkls. Ueie aad Ma. 1 iUekerela ; j ,. v, I
iitii-i- atee. Piok Salmon, . ... . , .. j
",,r,100b. laver KaUlnS. .- w
ihf. b-ado do -' l .1 I
.t: t ito v- boa eo ae-1
100 U liUw. dlffareat brudi and gradee. '
ovr " WHTatoUOWAlV.
1JI 1M POWERS & DRO
S4tik.u Ke'i - t j
... DEALIU IK IurOkTcO AND DOMESTIC
.1 ' .AKO.fAMT AUTICLEt
,23 He.ti t.nti Btate Kra.t,be(wew-nigh and
.1 ,h we Poet-O01oe.OotnbBe.una. x - . oeauawa
1 - rAirtla.VTLOl'H.
TtTlllTK "WHEAT, VltANDGo
S JcTw IT L AK E ."
frent'aiiiBttMilM,',Bprthgaeia O.-ths beat brand
Ti Tlcrmihto ear m.rkeu Banien gwaaww.
k or tale only At"4
HeDONALD'l.
Brw
.10H loath High street.
ma tfinsi wrtf -'ttrVR V fVaTlnT.
J Chin izrsi IIHU illUt and all
t KW8arli!f alrery lewprtoH.
ANNUAL PROSPECTUS
. , i-
Vj : . - : 'i ". t " 1". '.' , , I , . i
OV Till ' ' ' ' ' ' '
U . I ' ' .' ' ' ' " " : '
. ..'- -: . ;' ;''.' .c ,"" .
H II . .. .
ONE DOLLAR
.PREMIUMS :: FORjreiillJBS ! !
? '.. I- I it ' ' " 'I I III III I . .
V t . - 1 'i i ' .''
,.,. ,j . THB WEEKLY OfllO 8TjATff8MC15' IS'PWKTED Olf :.t ;
at the l6w. E.iBF",3i. ; - ;.: ? ::..k:
ONE DOLLAR' PER YEAR !
' PAYABLE ilir, ADVANCE. ,.
It i on eld and reliable Democntia Jouroal, and, as a political paper, boa
No Superior in Ohio or any other State!
a additlou to its poUtiool character, It U first dug newspaper, furnlahing iU reitdert with th
GENERAL NEWSJDF THE DAY,
An epitome of the itlrring eronta ebnitantly occurring at home and abroad, and choice mined
.' loneoua aelecliuDt. It also give the latoat and moat reliable
' '" : Prom all the prinoipal marta of Trade and Commerce. , ' t' , 4
The Business Slan, the Mechanic, the Farmer and the, Laborer
Will each find their tastes and interests consulted and attended to In the columns of '
THE T7Tia33ISLIj"5r &wJ?JS'I!Tn&wMLJSL'N
During the session of Congress and the Ohio Legislature, the readers of the Weekly States
man will be furiilbhed with a oonciae report of the doings of each of those bodies. - .
During the put year, the circulation of the Weesxv IStateuuh has increased very rapidly,
being now more than double what it was twelve months ago. It is our desire to extend ita cir
culation, not only in Ohio, : vy i i .ii ;;4. !
; ; But in all the StateVand Territories West of Us !
i
In proportion as it Is diflrised among the people, its raefulness will be Increased; and W Inyitt
our political and personal friends to aid us in giving to the Weekxt StATEW as d
The Largest ' Possible Circulation
Among the people. The price of the paper is so low thaf no Democrat need be without it. As
an inducement to friends to aid us in increasing the circulation of the Wittxr Statesman, we
will give . ' x ; r
PREMIUM OF THIRTY DOLLARS.. . ,
To the person who will, by . the 1st day of January. 1861', send ns the largest Club of yearly
subscriber,'with the cash for the same; TWENTY DOLLARS to the person who sends us the
second largest Club of subscribers as aforesaid; TEN DOLLARS to the person who sends i na
the third largest Club of subscribers as aforesaid ; and to each person who sends ns a Club of
.,, , ten yearly subscribers, with the cash for the same, we will send a copy of the
Weekly Statesman One Year without Charge!
07 Those who are willing to compete for the Premiums, or solicit auisoriberi for the States
man, can cut this Prospectus out of the paper and attach to it a atrip of writing paper, on which
to record the names of all persons who may become subscribers. , . ' .
I".,;..- . : . ).. MANYPENNY ' A MILLER, ;
'"'' "'' i : ,'."-rirUBma omo tatmia.
PER ANNUH !
I 1
NAMES.
of
STONE'SBAZAAR.
No. 4 . Gwvnne Block.
A. P. STONE & b'HARRA.
ABKROWBECEIVUUlIllilHW"
IB ft GOODS, and lOTlto the public to lmpeot
tbem. No each atnek nf Oood haa ever been broogh t to
tble markft. Tie Sootb, In eonarqnence of the f.llaie
of ibe grain crop, hae not been able to parchaso the na-
oalqaantlty orrion gooaa, blq wis ihiwiuiwu wjv
Imuertera to sell them at publle aueilon. Our bdyer
(Mr. 8tone) being in New fork at tbaee Urge aalea, took
advantage of thm, and we can and will aail eu goodi
lure, at leu than aoyute who purchue d two weekaslnoe,
paid for them in New York, yurataok UconpleW lo
erery depatunentof . a .
KLEOANT DRE33 81LK3r-. ". ,
OTTOMAN VELOUKS,
. , BROCHE VALENCIA9,
' PRINTED MEBIN03,
PRINTED C0BURO3,
DVED COBUGS;
BLACK ALPACAS,
-ORLEANS.
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
' . ALL WOOL DELAINES,
. ' POPLINS. PRINTS,
DELAINES.
SHAWLS AMD CLOAKS!
Five Thausaud Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day, : f
At on half the Coat of Importation.
LADIES' FURS,
In all Varieties,' ol the Celebrated
raaaafatare el C. o. uaa ;
, there ft Son.' . . : . r
HOSIERY DEPAliTMENT,
Men, Ladles and Children's Under ShlrU and ftfiwerej
Udtoa, Hllteeanil vniwrena i'jewi7" "
Wool and Lamb'a Wool) fleecy Lined and Cotton 0 lores
ef every awkev, '., .. v..-ii '.f ,
'7 ---aWp::7l'r-
A, complete assortment
ties of y.t
of all the usual varie-
f,'
LADIE3' CLOTHS,
- CAr3SliMKK.13.
:. - OVERCOATINGS.
tweeds;
FLANNELS.1 '. h V Iff
h hh una.
" ' ', DRESS TRIMMIN03,
Ladiet and Gent's Linen Caralirio n&nd
" ' kerchieft, Ae.&c.
To pewoBawho call on we pledge enrwordi to
Ihow tbea the largnt, brat and choi Block of Uoodi
erer eeeo in tnti mantel, or pay ueia one ')'' per
boar while teakiei. T" .t-il" .
dect-fllxtaitw. eivea m u
aOliUEN HIS I, IH1HTI) .
GOLDEN niLL 8HIRTS, j
n OOLDKN DILL BI11RT8. ' '
vi.jin.tt.ni nf thus ehlr'a are aw. Th Bodies. Yokel,
I" . . ,V. ! t W ....
aleeTae aad ooaoina arv iuriu.u w u. ij..vu w,,m
and comfort, i ne mara upon ca on. u.cmBiii mi
alae may be relied on as beln g correct, and each ahlrt le
fuarea'eed well mads.; A tell stoek of ajl 1 qajlltles
mmuni w lor uisi .
T V T. f . T W A Trtk SLtflrr, TMuH UftI
om - . - - mw "-Q--
' ; Watches and Jewelry
' . .Jaraaan. atatonr JIKNT OF WATCH
Aes.Oieeks.Jewslry, UrMwagykepleoMtanl
OB hand at u" .Tie" 1 RK PATRICK'S.
ILr watches and Jewelry reauea ,.l0
deot d3m.
TTIANUY DHKM BILKS,
17 JANOT DRBo tlbllB-,-
wivnv nuBiUi n.KK.. . -
Wo are now eferlng our loimenae stock of anf Brew
aitk. iria. i ih.n ..r hainre offered Id tnti olty.
the at if niton ef the tadlts of this city and vicinity
solloiied, ae our etoek le eery select and complete tn
(radeoof goedeln this line. ' PETER BAIN,.
no, BOUIB nign
it rr nioaieml Purpoew I
pTjRf b&ASpCtrj. WT!rKS.CORI)TUa, ASP BIT
'it: i WM u.,nAW ir.n.f I
ovr
Aul rr..
WM. MoDONALV
1 IOB outh Hlgl
in street.
C ALTESB THREAD EACK MITTi
SIX ef elegant taaUOes for UdKsl alee, Jalmei' Ultte
SAW!
NAMES.
It
an
WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN-
' 'UATISa A 0IB0C1ATI0U .
liRQEB BT BEVESii 'rHOTJSAHTJS
Than any other paper to Ohio, onUlde of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Advertising
, Which CANNOT ffAIIi to bring
Speedy and Heniueaeratlre Hetnrna
To thoee whs take adraatage of them.
Dtttribated M U Is through erery Post Offloe In Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Whose patronage. U raloable, and who seldom see the
: Salty Xdltlons of city JonraaU; and u only .
l Limited Kamter of Advertisement!
Are Iseerted In Ita columns, appoprlately and '
N0$0MEuy WSPUVEO!
, . . . thst cahmot rAit to
kttrn,ot Attontion
WHOLESALE DEALERS
Advertising In the WEEKLY ST ATBSM AN will fta
It adrantagona In : - '
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which la almost certain to follow an extenitre diaaemla
' atloa of a knowledge of their builneis . . - .'.
AMONG COTJUTEY DfiALEBS ,
ADVERTIBKMKNTS INTENDED f OR
Thd Weekly Statesman
Should be handed In before Iriday noon.
SOMETHING NEW,
HOWARD & GO'S.
AMERICAN .WATCHES. :
rtAEL. AT NO. 88 SODTHIIIOII ST.,
j . ana eumine our new mue oi
' AM ERIC AN. WATCHES,
manuractnred by E.TJ0WARD A CO . Boiton. Mui
Tneie watrnee are mr aupenor to anyuiDg r offered
to the publio. heretefoi. Baring the eaolualre egenry,
I can sell them at pricea to salt the tunes. I bare Joit
receiTta a largo awe w
J AMERICAN. WATCHES,
mumraetured by APPLBION, TBAOY,' A CO; ; alio, a
flae aisorbMDt o(. ; , ; ' . " ' '; ., ', ' . ' .
KNOLISn AND SWISS WATCUES,
In Gold ard Hirer Caaea, at Paolo pricea. r- ;
JatrMf i j , t w. j. BAVA01.
lIENHY KtEHLEH, . ,
(Late ef Fhalon's Eslahllihment, N. Y.,) f oprktort
lue now lora laaDjoaanie Bnartna. uau uaumc
Bhampoonlng, OarllDgknd Drenindaloou. laat State
atrtei, orer the Poet Offloe,. wbere tatlafaetion will
be glren In all the 'rarlout brenehee. Ladle aad
Ohildreu'a Ualx J3renlng oona In the beat style.
jyvi-oiy
nEMI k'tlKK'S NECK tlttl,
M flWI.KUKN'e MKCH. TIE,-
taSttTLEMEN'A KICK TIES..
-W.-J
Ibe moot desirable aaiortment In the city and atunwaaU
ry w prtoea. ( . rsiJia UAin,-
jieaoaweui uigh atreet
IEEUAIS
U Street Bui
Street Buques and Uautlet: alto, Bleb Trlmmla
and TaieelS
to maun, at BAIH
may33
A fPLbSl APfEESiI h
xV. 100 bbli, Cbelee Applet neetred M dneMmmeat
for sale by
HeKBAA RKBTIBAOX, I
rtANOI1 LINEN AND SlEtX FANS 111
f Frjew etybier eAlkbeei ea4r AaUnetoa and
UlanVanaat , ' I T "BAIN'S f .. t
awy8S ( ' ne neata him atraet
T1TIDB MANTI.B BARAGE9, BOTH
T Whit and AiaoE) ln nimtea as
NAMES. The Ohio Statesman
XBBKB.
Dally, per year r
' In Weekly, per;ar...
Weekly, peryeAi ;
,0 00
. 3 00
. 100
Thoughts for the Crinis
.
Toe followtcg welUwrtttea and sensible ar
Hole ii copied from a late Dumbnr of the South
ern Cultiwtor, publisbed at Augusta, Georgia.
It coQtaini suggestions, esperislly, lo relation
to a Variety of orops, well irorthy of the attsot
tlon of our farmeri, who are prone to let tbo
wheat crop absoib all ; tbclr. attention, as the
planters la the Sjuth do tb cotton awp.
The oast toar has been so meajorable, the t
no one who has lived through It will erer for
get It. It commenced umicr cironmitancti
most auspicious. ,Tbo suoof theNe Year
roee clear and serene. It shone upon t tran
quit and happy people. There was not a cloud
la the sky. Toe Suite was crowned with pros
perity. Erea bejoud all other Ini.eiejts, the
planter was prosperous- H i prices bad beer,
remunerative, ibid orops hit'l ba en abundant
and under the stimulus of this prosperity, bis
preparations for the present crops were ample,
provident aud piin's taking to sn extraordinary
degree. Somaikedwas tbisoareluliitss of pre
paration, as to elicit from us tbo observation In
this Journal, (alter having ex'.eDSirel j traveraed
tbe State,) that prtbably never in the history ol
GeoiBiabud theeround been so well prepared,
and theaeedio well put la, as in theiutanceof
the present orop But rtui may pi mt, ai.a Appol
lue water, but it I Uod wbogivetb tbelucrease
It halb pleased Him to disappoint our expects
tions. Btos, Quick and stouniog, hare smit
ten us. our wheat crops failed, tbo drouth con
sumed our corn and cotton, tbe worm, In man;
section, devastated our pastures, the poor dumb
beasts langulBbed at a period ordinarily of abac
dunce. Close upon these Agricultural disasters
has followed tbe political aiitieties, which are
sufficient to make tbe most stout-hearted quail
Toe sun of I860, which roie so clear, has set
smid clouds and dnkuess. aud portents of evil.
Wnattbedyear lout may brlog tortn Is la tbe
womb Of time God knows, we do not. It la
left to us to do our duty, and trust In Him. If
left to ourselves well nvgh'. we be dependent.
But bow often have we seen it to to be tbe cue
la this world's history, whincjnfus on has re gn
ed, when society baa been broken up Iron its
deep foundations, when tbe wild and bad pas
slous of men were let loose without restraint,
that an uneruDS band, clearly vissible la Ita re
suits, as by tbe untaogliog of a skein, has caused
disorder to jieia to order, gicuiciiog elements
to harmonise, and frantio nssloo meeklv to sub-
mli to tbe requirements of wholesome law.
Tbe same wise frovidenoe yet lives to rule and
over rule tbe uffilrs of meu, for their good and
His own great glory; In this there Is bppe for
the future.
But, while we puce our irust la Providence,
let us also learn the leaaou ot the hour. Ad
versity haa it! uses. It is seldom alone a di
reotaudextreneou UtJ.cioa. Ida not often
unoompounded. It sprites from both Interior
and exterior agencies, when we car. separate
them, and of the adversity which beset us, we
Oin say, "This pot.iou is mine, I did It, aud not
another." Tbea, instead of wbluing over it,
and deploring our utbappy fate, it is tee put of
a man to lay bold of the offending cauee, and If
it strugglo, to throttle, to strangle aud destroy
It.
While the aggrcssloni of a portion of the
.Northern people nave been armj ana wicked
beyond expression, while thfe is no apology
and no nxteouation to be offered for tbem, yet
these aggressions would have been compara
tively harmless it tbe auib bad been united.
But we bare been tnviaea maiy oiviaea. it
was. a political insanity. History aulirds no
parallel toIt, unless it be tbe oooduct ol
the Jews, who destroyed each other in intes
tine cobfliots, while famlhe aud pesti
lence stalked through tbe streets, and
Titus, with bii legiuna, was battering down
tbe walls ot Jerusalem. Let us suae these in
testine dirieious. Our peril is great from with
out and within. If we have erred in this In
stance, let us oo longer. Let tbe whole South
move together in aolid column. Tbe Interests
at basud are tbe interests bl no one State
aloie, but of all the Southern States. It is a
limited and unstateemaultke view ol lb iWvtrj
question, wbicb onsiders it in its relation to any
cue common weaitn. otatejines nave nine to
do with it. It is a question of races, not States.
Not one step should be taken which does sot
cover its eutire relations, f.om Virginia to
Texas, It oat not be disguised that tbe sen
timent of tbe whole Cbtiauun world is against
us on tbiasubjeat- Any guerilla warfare ugaLst
this sentimeot will be throwing straws against
the wind. United we are stroug enough to re
sist it divided we shall fall beiore it. To Ml
in suoh a contest ia to be ground to powder. If
tbe voice of this Journal baa any weight, let it
ha beard by its reader, iOattered thro' every
Southern Btate, imploring, tbe people of the
South, as tbey value their fiieldes, as they
love their wives and children, as ihy would
save the inferior race whom tbey are bound to
protect, to confer wit'neaob other, to mingle
counsel, and to unite upon some plan of aotiun
whiou shall euaoie mem to present a front so
united and oompact that every weapon cast
against them tb.ll harmlessly rebound.
I bere IS anomer leaauu ugovu oj mat
in oiioumstacces, and one atriotly in accordance
with the orevtoua teaobmea of ibis Journal.
We have been suddenly brought into a position
wbicb luggets crave probabilities of war. We
are tberelore arming. Hut we labor under a
greater deficiency tban the want ot arms, (
t laeteani 0 ureas, me owe oi weorgta
has not now grain enough within ber limits to
feel ber population and oumeatio animals until
the gatbenog ot tbe ntx' crop. It is presum
ed that tbe rent of the Cotiou States are In a
similar condttioa. ' List year we obtained our
tmpplies horn tbe Northwest. It may be that
onr currency will be In a condition to prevent
th a suddIv. exoept at ruinous eacnatei. it
may bo that we snail be cut off iron it alto
gether. Tbts is probable, unless tbe supplies
are immediately procured. Tbe, subjiot Is
worthy of the immediate attenuon ot tbe au
thorities oi tbe different plantation States.
A part of this defloioocy in breads.uffi is ac
cidental, erisipg from tbe drouth -of ihepatt
summer. . But is muoh more owing to our de
fective system of Agrioulture. Aj an illustra
tion, in 1859, upwards ol five millions of dollars
worth of provisions ot western growtn, were
brought over tbe Westtro & Ailantio Railroad,
front Chattanooga to Atlauta, This sum did
not include burses and mules. It did not In
clude tbe bogs, sheep and beef cattle, driven
Into the State, nor provuions lanuea av .Sivau
nab, from tbe Nortb. . -,
Tbe de&oleney U then, a natural result of oar
system ot Agriculture. We are presenting, in
Georgia, alibis moment, toe anomalous spec
ia ol a DeoDle haviuK opearoa of twenty
millions ol dollars worth of tbe earth's product
lor sale, yet requiting a large proportion ot tne
results Ot sale to, ouy tne win awn uwceeeanca
of life, which are alao tbe products ot tbe sot).
' If we were to write ouui auumauaj, in aorv-
cacy of t mixed hotbendry, we eoulu not utter
Unffnaireso forcible ss that which Ii uttered by
the present crisis. We ar turprieedwe are
O&Ught unpreparxu- wuvu v ..n,
nObOOy tO DUy, uu Jlil iw wiur "W "
' It bas been tbe cotton planter's rule to make
Afthe cotton he can, and ts much provisions
aa ii not inconilstent with tb largest possible
cotton Crop: ' Uor present position teaooes mm
txaotly-to-eeveree . it, to be oertaln to make
tnougb oi baead snd meat, and. afterwards as
much cotton aa possible He is then'mdepen
dent in prices the fluotuatioof of the market
affaol bin allgbtlyi It drouth or war come be Is
a,, ii ar.rronniiitd bv olentv. and beyond Ibis, this
system luatead of exbaustlng bis capital, the
aouree of hi .wealth aud subsistence, tbe soiL
1 adding dally to lis power ot remanerattve re
lani i f r" i .- ' , , . . i . .
CAnt mtk far a the people are concereea-
i,.i. natriatlsm. their eourace. thU skill
wmAwnerer wars s people suddenly overtaken
by an emcrgenoyln a worse state of preparation
in otoer respects, man tne people ot tbe ooutb
at tbls moment, and If it comes to tbe worst,
we sball .eel It fearfully.
Let tbe voloe of i tbii erlsia to tbe planters of
al tn .a a. a. a
toe oontD, do neara ana neeaeo. Let ns begin
at once. Let ui oommenoe with our arrange
ment lor ine aw xear, upon wbicb we bave
entered. Let us review onr fixtures for tbe com
fort of the domestlo animal, upon whose thrift
and rapid growetb io mooh of the subsistence
of tbe year depends. Let us see to it, that eve
ry element or increased fertilityelements
whiob may be dlsaipited or wasnad away are
carefully husbanded. Let ns take eara that pea.
tures so ample ana nutrition ere provided, that
oome what may, our out' ewioe and sheep,
both meat and clothing shall be afforded. Let
ns so largely Increase tbe breadth of grain crops
that even drouth will leave aaufJUoieboy for ns,
for our stock, and for our servaoisi and after bv
skilful cultivation, and heavy mauuriog, let us
more tban compensate for tbe diminished area
of onr oottoo orop, receiving from a few aores
that wbicb previously we had wruntr reluotaotl
from many aores. t.
Liabilities of Postmasters.
[From Holbrook's United States Mail.]
It is a very serious question how for a poatr
master Is to be held responsible, in csbcs of pe
cuniary loia, resulting Irons a failure to do his
wnoie duty in respect to tbe custody or letters
passing through bis bands. When it is clear
ly shown that such losa bai been the result of
bis own cross carelessness, or that of bis sub
ordinates, or tbe general bad management ol
nis OHIO, it would seem no more tban lust that
such lability should follow.
At least, such has been the opinions cf courts
and Juries In some oases where this question ol
responsibility bas been brought before them.
The ease of Christy vs. 8ml tb, Postmaster at
Waterburv. Vermont, whioh mav be found In
"Vermont Reports," volume 8. page 663, should
serve aa a warning to postmaster eho are prone
to loifflolenoy and loose management in tbe
discharge of their duties.
A letter oiniainlog a considerable amdunt of
money was mailed at Salisbury, Vt., to a party
In Waterbury lo tbe same State It was lost
Suit was brought against tbe postmaster for the
reoovery ,of tbe amount, with cost. It waa
satisfactorily shown that the letter rescbed the
Waterbury ofBoe, buvwas not delivered. It was
further proved that the office wis badly man
aged; that letter! could be easily abstracted
from tbe boxes by reaching through tbe delivery
window, and that persons ia no way connected
with the office were allowed free access, at all
times, behind the boxes, and bis assistants ad
mitted that ibey bad never taken tbe required
oath of offloe.
This case resulted In a verdict for the plain-
iiu, tnougn no on attrioutea to lh defendant
any greater dellnqueucy or dishonesty tban a
neglect of that degree of watchfulness and
care Implied by the acceptance of his important
trust
Honesty in tbe discharge of official duty li not
confined lo abstaining from, or depredating upon
tho mails,, or otherwise Violating tbe laootlty
of letter seala for purposes of mere curiosity.
It ia not honest to allow others not connected
with a poit office an opportunity to be dishonest)
by falling to provide all possible checks and pre
cautions ajzalust such oootioarencies.
It is not honest to employ in such responsible
position persons who, through Ignorance, bad
habits, stupidity, or indifference, are aa likely
.uguweuugns iigoiia transacting post omce
business.
It is not honest to accept a high trust from the
uovernmeni. ana yet oooataer and treat tbe po
sition in the lisht of a sinecure, vlaitina the of.
floe often enough, perhaps, to sign tbe quarterly
niwiuii, auu poosei toe large or amau commis
sion i ss tire oaad may be.
- It is not honest to make the post office a po
lititlcal .eanoua-room. where tobacao amoks.
lond talking, and dlsordor, usurp tbe place of
neatness ana gooa oraer, ana where the timid
applicant for letter are toraed off with a neg
ative growl from tbe lagy official in the dim dis
tance, who finds it easier, to pronounoe tbe
hackneyed word "nothing," than to take down
bis extensive legs from ibeir elevated position,
and make a faithful seaich for tb letter.
it is far from honest to allow curious and
prying persona to inrpeot the letters of otbera
torany purpose or under any pretext, or to af
ford any information whatever coooernlPK soch
correspondence. In short, tbe publio have a
light to expeot and to demand tbe utmost care,
privaor, and vUllanee, la the management of
tneir postal sulrs- .
a . iii.
What the Professor Says of Women.
Dr. Holmes la fully no to tbe mark la the
story he Is writing from month to month In tbe
A'(4u 4He(A'f-. Here are few wise para
graphs) 1 :
Beware ef tb woman whs cannot Sal Ire utterance
for sll her stormy Inner life, either In words or eongl
bo long aa a woman ran taik.taor Is nothing hean
not bear. If she can not bar a companion Ij linen to
her woes, end has no marital ntieience. vooal or Imvro-
mental, then If she Is of tb real won sort, aad bas
a few beiritule of wild blood in her, and yon have don
ber a wrong doable-bolt ibe djor b ch ihe may rater
on nolMls.e slippers at feMalgb'; look twice before yea
taste of any cap whoe draught tb shadow ef bet band
ay bave d arkenedl i
Hut lei ber talk, and, above all. let her cry. or, H ah
la on of ih ooanr-grali,d tilbe, live her th ran ot
all the red-hot eip e lrte In fh lantnnm. and let her
blister Iter up wtta inera antu me ia tired sue win
sleep like a lamb after 1 1. aud yon may Usee cope'
ooSee boa her wltbiut Stirring 11 np.te look far Its sedl
meal. '
Bo. If ib ran lint or play en any anneal instrament.
sll her wlckainees will ran off tbrongh her throat or th
tlpiof bernngere. Mow many tragedies find their peace
ful estasiropbe In fierce roa adr and streraona bravn-ru-
How many a orders ar executed In dnnbM-ejuIck
Uic npon tbe keys which stab the air with their dtgeer
strokes of eoond. What wonld ear elvllli.llon be with
out the plane! Ar not Brard and eroadwood and Chick
etiog ibe trus humenlitre of our timet Thererore do I
Ilk to hear the all perradirg tumtum Jarring ihe wbol
walls a little parlor, I boa.a with doable door-pUtes
on tbelr portals, looking ont on streets and oourU which
to know Is 'o b anknowa, and where to exist Is net to
live, aocordlng to any trae definition of living. There
for eompula I not of modern degeneracy when, even
from the open window of eimall, unluve'y farm bouse.
te nmted by tb hard-handed man of koeln Savor and
the ft ii patterned woman of broken-down toant.nance.
Issue the familiar aonnds. For who kn-we that Almlra,
bit for these keys, which throb away her wild Impulses,
In hsmileis dtaoords, wonld not bave been Boating rloid,
In the brown stnaa which runs tbroaih.ih meedowe
by her father' door, or lirlrg with that other current
which rune bencain tne gu iiaa'a over me sumy par
meotii ebocklng with wretcbed weeds that were enoe la
spotless So weit .. .
,
U
Employment.
rptas!, EiunivniDrnsi
DBAliINQ IN
1 I
a Staple) Aelicle. will furnish employment to
few sear men t set a agents for tbelr boas. A
prerenoe will be given to those who ar wall acquaint
ed in the district for which tbey apply.
for which service they ar willing to pay saury
tfrom , . ...i ...... ...
$000 to 300 ptr year, and Expsnass.
t farther particulars addrea ' ."'
' W. 1. atOMnoWI k co.i ,v;
'.i i and A, SxchuKS fioe,
JanSB-dSot. ' 1 . Jersey Olty, N.J.
Bherifl's Sale.-
fl.B.
Bowman
Superior Court.
W. Slaotht elal
TiT VIKTim OF A WBlT OF VERDI
J3 tome directed from tb Superior Court of frank Un
county, Ohio, I will oser for sal on
Thursday the U.h day of February, A. D. 1861
t B s'aloek : Wn fNut ef J. I. Bnoddr Store, ta
the vlllaie el Westervtu, yrnnsiin onnty, Ohio, in
following desoi-tbed property to wiU On hay horse, o
aorreil mare, on roH abont two yeare eld, an'! en red
and whit steer, lend on as lb property or r. Tarter.
. f i . W. tiurraan, en.na,
feb9-10ti
by Bd. Barla, Depnty.
,5:
nsro u SiXjslncxisi
.. . JOES B .WHXSIXR, . -
A OBNTFOR HOMH, CONTINENTAL,
XV alAJinAT-rast, aaccarrf , ara laraw s na in. uo.
New To: MancaAwre' and Orrv lias or iUatroae
Hiw To Lira and Can. AtOToaa bir.
Of lice, SI Iligla . navage' Bl
TUNINei DHESSOOODS, ELEBANT
Xu Sold Bnboeeed Tarlatan, tb late,
w hlM and Oelared Tarlaaaaa; White P
adlae Bvealng Robes; Plata party BUks
riTBtl BAIK.
etest
WthiUhtret.
i
GREAT SLAUGHTER!
IN
DBY GOODS
knapp & CO.'Q
NEW STORE.
From and after this date ire shall
, :o 1 , ; ". --i : t.. .,
REDUCE THE PRICE
OF OCR WINTER GOODS
TWEflTV FIVE m CEST,
lit OABSAtO ataXX BOOM BOB OVA
SPRING STOCK.
Our assortment is still good,
and it is known to every. ''
one that our
STOCK
. coasiaiio?
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL,
SO .DO NOT FORGET THE
CHEAP STORE 0!?' ?
EN A P P & OO, .
NO. 119
SOUTH HIGH STREET,
OOIaTTIUXIXTO, -
OHIO.
ft Ton of Featber avnA so Tone of
.' Bag Wanted. '
oct24-awd-Aw-em
OHIO STATESMAN
HOTJBB,
Nos. 36, 38 & 40, North High St,
INCREASED FACILITIES t
KOitT, CHAFiESS. MSFATCg
HAVING MOVED INTO MY
NEW BUILDING,
1 HAVE
A i
r( MX- ;
BOOKi'i' JOB DEPARTMENT!
WHIUC BOTH HAVE BEEN !
Rff LLNISIIL7) THRorenouT
.' j - WITH .
New .Types, Bonleis, Ornaments, &c
IEOM TH1 OII1BBATB9 tOtmOBT Ot
0. T. WHITS ft CO- HEW YORK,
' THOB MAJUlia W THl
Most Complete Establishment
y IN TEE city,' , ;
I am now prepared to fjteeute all Orders for
BOOK AND JOB
puiisrTrLsra
WITH DISPATCH!
And ta the Most AjpreYwd StyUot the Art,
anajwyagjni"easa
: fABTKHTLAB ATTSNTION PAID TO
MERCANTILE AND RAILROAD
X It I .V, X -
Bills LadtB;
Clrcwlar. " '
ASllI
Ilaaiwle, Blanke, Dod
Cfirtlf lositnw. 'v AteeelDta.
- -re Draw Ticket . ,;j i.Kefttral
H0W: CAHDS & BH1S IN COLORS,
OHSCXS, 7
, CARDS,
! ' BZASIXGS,
VOTES, ' i- .-I
i UTEL0PE&,
C v . COffTJLACTI.
IUuatrated Qhovt.miU,
FOR COUJiTRY MERCHANTS,;
Ihow Bills, Hand BUI, Labels, Coaeort Pre-
rajum, School ana voimbw oiubi, u ,
tei SUls ef Fare,' invitation, ft.
booh
OF r EVERY.'
DESCRIPTION.j
lohool and CoHega CaUlognea,
1 i Kiaeeilaiieoua Pamptueta, . ..
:.-1 Coastltntlon, tUporta, Briefs, Ae
Printing; La
Geld
aad Colors
. Printed t Kvery Cebr en a
i : 1
nammOthEoo Cylinder,
- j The only Ihm of the tin' ta Cto Ohla.
1 V eutltM.. Anhiw nr and all ef the at deswrlp-
Hont ef work, av tow .euMuryuiwd, and, tausractioa will
fa grMtd la all oatra. .
rail
Sll Mil
i
I
a
3
5
I ; "'S ; 6
S b S
S g w
I 3
SI '
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ft
H7I nrviri attitiom o
of Ihsatast
tieMseiaaryeeire ay my
,,' PE0TO1UL SYRUP "
'Jbey aiw at bnaae, awd aa aa wbaiAsa awnhtacuin
fiat fi tswpeaeaa wa aav wees ewe ha la.
DR. KfTBIH IB PRfPABHTJ AT AWW ems
IXAMINB LVNOfl WirUOUT CDAROfi, Joa Ail'
IHOBA WHO MBBD BIS MEWOlNSi.
ATTEKO TO TOCB COLDS A ease of five years'
tasdlnt eared by BK. SlmU'gPSQXOBatBrACF,
Prrrsaoaott, Jan. 11, 1600.
t. Kama Uy wife baa been affllotad wlih a kaA
oageand dlrloalty of breaming, for Bv or six year,
whtoh , for several year back, bad gradually Inenaet tn
vtolenoo. 1 he complaint bas been hereditary, and aU
bad been tratd by several physician without any re
llsf. In this stat of her eat. I proonred some of vow-
Pwotoral Oongh Byran. I boszhL the flrat tko. m.
wot bottle, which ralieved ber iy moch ; 1 the oaUei
ao4 f t dollar bottle, which enrwd ber entlre'y, end
she has now no trace ef the form, dlsras. r ii li
oees. I would elao stat that X aaed Um mHcloe my
eelf to cold and ngh. The oedloine pared me by tak
log on d I express my entire eatl fa Uoo with tb
medicine, and yea are at liberty to publish this at lu
de.lre to de so. WM.WIl.3UK.
; AldrmaafUtWard.
' ' PrrrsweaoB, New. IB. MSB.
Da. Karixa: Althowih not an idviimu at i'.ii
afedidnes. In general. It afforda m pleasure lcdeaciU
bl la reeommead your Fcotoral 8rup. As a medldn
It I well wot my the attention of any person a ho may In
any manner be alB eM with coaehs. oolds and ewaceeoea
of any bind, and for th psoallar itnaliflcaUone for re
moving all that diligreeabt aenaailua attending a ew
I have been, more or leee. In my Life. aSee'ed wlu tba
eercrest of colds and hoarseces.. At time my throat
woBldbesomeeoel-eedastoDieventniveiHakiiiw afaow
a whisper, and by taking a few done of the above Sjruji
lo lecommendlns tola medicine, I most unccsitatlnci
any that It tath best remedy I aver found, purporting to
Cure tbe above, nor should any family be wlta.t Oils
nfflNj ivrtusiwawB so prwTBiecu -
lours, most rerpectfully, "
BDWAKOJ. JOMBs,
Caabler ClOseoa'irepcsltBask.
BnomaTvaiaO, Ifaroh 14, 1058
I have used Sr. Sereer'a Cuunh drrno for a 1mA unk
of several yeare a'anding, and can cheerfully say ft 0
tb beet medldn for th same that Iiaveerten.
J. W . ffilOE.
COL. Pit ATT AND DA. KEYSET'S PBCTQRAT.
STf HUP. Pa. EaTMta Dear Bin Kacus the dels ot
my ackaowledgiBg the oration oe of your Peetoral Oovgh
oriipamw. 4 tax. giw pwaeurw in eaylug utat It If
ail you say it Is- UknockmLtM noise oruoj my tmait
ana u worst en i wee ever amnUd lih: I bar uut
1 more uian sne-oair 01 1 a bottle, and I can aod do
wish that all who are afflicted would rln It., u, irlj
as I nave don, and they will be proud to say, it ia ne
quack medloine " 1 would not suffer anoUir auch an
attack for any conalderai kin, or at any ooeu lmoea
Bdeot I sen breaihe store freely Uua 1 ev r did I thnll
always aeknoeledg dbt of giaUiude for lores Usgee
excellent a remedy. o are at liberty to use my nam
la this refara. a yon think proper K.F.PBtff,
messenger uommon Uounoll, flttebtu-gfa, Fa.
lMtatatyb,laaf 11,1U.
H. H lam no siraoscr to mv fellow-cltlieaa. and
who aotartalo deubta eea eeualt ma penonally .
. I. .
. PrrrsBoaew. April H, HB7.
KB AD TUB TRUTH. ia. Knemu ltoe4anb
ter who baa hues several medicines for a bad muh
without benefls among them Aycr'a Cherry Pectoral.
I purchaaed from you bottle of your PEOTOuAt
SfBUP, aud before abe had used half bottle she was
relieved, fh aweoad botll oared nor enUrelv of Lt
eoagh. JOHN DhlN,
Koblnson stiset, Alleglwsy.
Prmavaasi. DTembsr, 11, 1SI3.
A ORBIT CCBH BT DH. KkTitnV PtiW.HAT.
8YKCP I live In Peablee townsbip, Allegheny ewonty.
& iuhi .uu.uiu, tH spiug, uki eommeneea about
lb 4th of February laat, and continued eight mouU.e, t
employed th beat pbyatolans In th sountrv. and mv
eough oontinued unabated until early In Ootobor. At
inaium I wa advised 10 try your PKGTOllAL. O0UQH
81 HUP, wutohld d, and after I badukeaon kottl I
waa rnUrely fre from the eouahinc and soiitms. I had
despaired of ever fctUug well, nJI iblok It shouUi be
known tnat una valuable ru.dy will du for others what
It has don In my case. JOatf U. UTIUb,
WlUisss B. At. Kaut. Peebles to wahli.
Parroa T., April 14, lfi47.
A WOHDBBFUb CCEa ioro tin.. aao7ea aid
aetshboi f mlo waa very ill with a bad eouah whioh
erery one supposed to be onsamptlon. Bit reltUree
told ae that he had taan wvery teiswdy thry heard ot
erltaout kenftt; hi broth r cam ta see h m die, and til
won oi,nrmd In Ihe bol ef Uut be could not live. I
had about lb third of aboltlaof your Pectnrai a.nVi.
which 1 gars him, and It entirely eared htm, to ihe aelns-
laoowai 01 aiu nnat aaasee in mor remarkalile,
la the rx tress are of tb ma, he bloabuaielshty years '
UN . UVBW Ul. fCWMIU ItnO Oil If.
' . - JjUHA'QiilSJJI.
SB. UTSBA'S PCOTOBAL BTRTTP IV tIHA.
VILLB Please tend m another eupply of your vain
est - rwwisi eyrup." almost evaripoay .round US
tiaatl)ooidanderiniutr1og for ''Or.a.ojsoc's reeoral
8, rep." WbavafldaUtubtUei.twek,Ldar
entirely uu ar. A. Alterend Xr. f. tlaher. both
of Blalirrl le, Pa , tell as thty wvuld not be without II
In their famUle. In fact, all whv o It so wont It
pun. . Xoura, respecuully,
J. a. WATTBR305 A BOKB
Jaaoary 90, 1MO.
ASOTBES WBW OBRTIrrCATM kivum
PBOTOBAbBIKUP'-l had beta trouokd wtihasou?n.
and oold tor tersfal weeks 00 bad was it that I tould not
sleep, lhad to sdvtoe tnd preevriptlona from Uiiweol
tbbestph)Sleuuuln tneoity. wnom Koaldaam but do
not do to. 1 anally prooured a bettle of yar Peawral
Syrup, whioh wared m entlreij. elgned,
SX Liberty street, Pittsburgh, fi.Ja tl, IBSO.
"STOP THArOOUGHINO." 'How oen I do Itr "0
to Keyset's ox Wood street and g botti of bis Cough
Pegtesai. and If that don't cure oo, your ae muu be
deeperat Indeed." lhle I a specimen of th eolUxjuy
one bear ulmoet ewery day In eold eatcblsg periode of
th year. And we can, from eaiual xirlmeot, tear
fully eoooor In th adrtser'e admonition ae above lor we
bar tried Um "Peetoral," In a moat atubborn oa, wtth
eottre tuoceee- Near two weeke ago we went to Pltiaburgn,
wiui vow 04 ui. nasi wi.ma.uawr wnuirary mutlao. SB
tubduabl oongh ws ever eapenwneed since our advent
upon this mundan sphere. W oougbed steadily and
laboriously for est what week, ia hope of Alrrnp At owA,
but It era n go., la that It seemed rather to hire Im
proved by practice, and lo have awouired strength. polw
ey n4 uliiw esitoiJOy by th operation. Io thlsatage ot
the tteg e, w o jbed our way to Keytar's, 10 Wood Bu
procured fifty oent botll of th Tectoisi;' took It
aocordlcg to dlreoUooe, and in forty -eight hoars w wee
master of the field, the enemy having -indttlonally
surrendered, after a href bat arjtaual eonAiotwith to
formidable n adversery as Keyscr's ftmous "Oeuan.
Pectoral. "-Xrl CUpp-, Dm. 14, IBSO.
SR. KBTBBR'B PBCTORAl STROP tt
told-hy Dr OKOBOB 11. IUVSSB, HO
Ptttidianh. Pa. u 1
repared aad
fuiel atrwtt,
f held la Columbut fay B.0BIBTB A aAMtnt.
rjWOTIIACJIE HEITXEDT.
'; "i:vh tyrjIUD CTJRK. - .
Prepmdsnd to'ldby '' : J '
, , Da.aso.H.iiraa,
Price, to ocnta ' " 110 Weed at, Blttabargh, IV
UT Sold lo Columbus by BODBRTB A BAttOZX.'
ocniTHItawdtia. . . " i:...
jAB.M.tBJIB, . WM. n BUniACTX.
M'KEE & FIESTIEAUX,
' ' AND. 1
PRODTJ023 DTJALERO,
fe. 84 Nwrlti IIlRh Street,
. , -".; -t f , . ' , , COtCKBTja, OHIO, -
HAVE OH HAND AT WHOr T-W4.TU
and Retail, HN-T HTAPI.N hO0KltlK
TbOOK, SALT, TB A. COrrES, BLUAR, 108A000,
8S4AB8. Kto ,Ito. Our Stock has lft purchased In
Aastern Oittee during Oi Panic, .
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