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' COLUMBUS.' OHIO. SATURDAY': EYENINtr. FEBRUARY,
16; 18G1. .
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tttatai TftWm A5D WEEKLY
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MANYPENNY k MILLER:
w JTKgMB, JjyjtRIAM.. 15 ADVAHOB. 'f ;
eatiy -! (" '.';':. ' . ','" $8 00 'per year.
By tha Carrier, per week, U6 Santa. ,,
rri.tfVly 1 - 60 peryur,
urtna f Advertiatn tjr alia
n.tuk.lreuC..QO 001 OtimorSwk..4 m
ft voslbi 18 00
t Dootbl IS 00
3 mootbt 10 00
ft weeki.. 3 Ot
One ' :
leek..r 1 71
-On --. aauUi
Jus ';r i
I One ,
1 iuerUoa' SO
iKiiiUplwed 4TrUMinenU hlf more thn the (eore
'diiVtl!inenlf 1ed n4 pleeed In the eolmni
ii'u-i..i.i vtimJiiMiiiUu ordinary ratt.
IS Atliauttow teUlre6ta be pabllihedbr lw, lel rtee.
, ii orderad on tlielnilde excluilyely ittr the flret vek
' ' r. a. mnra th.n thu ihnv nlMI bat ill lUeh Wll
in tit TrtWkkv wlthoatehAntt. ,
PutlnoM Cftrds, oat exceeding Are Unci, peryeer, U
,iIiW, 2&0perUne: ouUlde$2,
Jfoticeiofmrt tlngn, ehritM ectetlet,re eenpenlee,
01 feci hlf price, i:- "
1UlraiMtMt( advtrUummU mutt bs paid for
. taic TS rule will pot be Teried.frem. . .
1 Weok ly , Mme price m the Dally, where the ehnittteei
l tee the WecWy elone- Where "he Belly en4 Weekly
in feeth Beet, then the charge Iwr the Weekly will he
-ai i -thrn treat the Willy , '
A , itlTeftleeient Uken except for t dettnlte period.
"EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
, CJrBojiprl0 Water Ste., ,
"in4 Munafaoturen of Brmie ud OompbelHOB Ceiling,
FluliM JJraM Work of f 11 Deacripttone. ,
; Electro - Plating and Gilding ! !
i STENCIL CUTTINC AC.
feWeo-dly 1 !
Fv A. B. 8IMKDIS,'."; ,
Attorney At Xatxyxr
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
' Office A ao-.e Bulling, opposite Chpltol Square.
; ' ooi.TjMBPs.omo;
Machine Manufacturing Compaij
JOflfl o o o o so u eo o e.o t evyv r'??
I. ' vr rrr: - " --- i 'n " 1
" STEAM- ENGINES &'B0ILERS,
Pbttngi,' HUI-OwtBg, MMhtiiery.
,:!;tliJ ; -'Jii ,., , AL10 .... .v . .. ... .
., . "u. p ' ' . of ttitf Bisciirnoiv ' . '
v-m ,. COXUDIBCSt OHIO.""
. !l 0HA8. AMB0B, Bmp't t . - , p. AMBOB,tIrtee. '
deoll, lb58-t . ;
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
. J .0
... For Cincinnati, Dayton Indianapolii!
Through to Indianar'olis without Change of Can
i i t vDd bat One Change of Cars between '
- ; i:c Columbua and St. Loo la. ., . j .
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM-
:. .. i .... .. ii-BUS. (J,
v " v v -firsttrain; : ; ! '
. fDtlly, Houdavt excepted . )
. i . j . MIOHI iOU'BESS, via Dayton, at S:45 a. m.,itop
' pln at London, Xeaia, Dayton. Middle towa and Hamll
ton,arriTtnKat01ndnnatlat8:Na.m.Daytoa at 5:45
a. ta., Indlanopolla at 10:48 a. a.H. tonni at 11:50
. "'SECOND TRAIN.
' i A000MH0DATION,at:lta.n.,itotrplnfatall8ta
' H tkm i between Oolamboj and Olneinnatl and Dayton, ai
riring at Oioclnnatl 11:02 a. m., Dayton at 9: 15 a. m.,
IndlaaopoUs af 8;88p. m. ' ,
P THIRD TRAIN. '
DAY XXPKKBi,at 8 JO p. m., atopplnf at Alton,
Jeffenon, London, Charleston, Oedarrille, Xenia,
8prin Valley, Corwln, Morrow, Deerdeld, losUr'a.
LoToland, Hillfordand Plalnrllle, arririni at Olnoin
naU at 7:30 p. m.t Bt. Loab at IS n; Dayton at 9:35 p.
m.i IadianopolUat 10:3Bp.m. ,
1 Uelnr Oats on alt Nls;tat Tralna to
. -i, . Cincinnati stna Indianmpolls.
11 d for farther Informattoa and Thronjh Ticket, apply to
' M. I. DOHBRTT,
' Ticket Aient, Union Depot, Oolnmbns, Ohio.
. W. WOODWABD. '
' gnperintendent, Cincinnati.
jnU, . -. i Agent. Colnmea.
A 1 VIVW .:' FANCIEI. n-:-n-
'.ri - '"artleles as yon dwV for yonr TnTBB AHD .
t's" .w Suehasjfoaaeeifoiyoiu'jrirB. .."..'.!V-'; ' '
" oANwpr tor yonr DAnQHIEB. i . -i
!i',,'j'BPi M11. IBa will prnfu Jo for.
i Bsemeerenr BBOTBBBevut .,-' ' i' .
' v' fJmoB yoa lor TH1 ONI YOU IO VI BEST.
"'' "V Bao ee fil he good tot ft P1IBSID BABY." -.
i-. flaekMUe for, . .-. '(;-, 1 1 , ' j ' '
May be fonsd In variety. In my new stock of- !
WATOHBI, CHAINS JE WEMY
tCLATBD i QPODf f K j ,
' And general assortment of t '.wl',i
Jancy aaA tJieful Articles. !
. r .WM BLYNN, T
(si.i't; , a'l.i a No. 10 Backeya Blook.
vr:l - DeceatbenlBOO. , .,... 3 . , 1
s -i Just Becelvedl ' "v
TTf. H CHEEIJLand BLACK
ruS tnri ban crime Bio Conee.
f AfBooUoM Patch Qovernment Java Coffee. ,
O 3 1 BtMUibbh stanard Whit losare, cooelathMr ef Pow.
. n-dred,Vhraahed, Oraaalaled A and B Qoffee,
.null's SO aalntali George Dank Oodflah.
.lie Jus gDbals. Meis and Mo. 1 Mackerel. j I , ,'
- taaflok, Salmon ' " ;
lltflor. box do da
10O M Clears, different brands and grades. .
nor WM. MoDONALD.
lWl.L'POWEIl3 d DRO
NALBai iN'Uiroa'riD. AHD fiOKUTio it'. -j
C1OAtt8T0BA000.'' M .flOJrji',.'.SJ'ie'
He. 1 1 Eaat Btata fJtreot, between nigh and
throM.)mce,uoiumDue, vmo, oew:dsm
Inm 'Bsrmtl Mllla." Bprlugleld, 0. the beat brand of
. . . Jlour brought td our market. SatWfaetlon guarMbMtU
1 lor eaie euly a " . McDONALD'S, . i . v
' "novii? " - lOB Son th High street.
LL CHIM lZEl)M8f.Ia"IL1l
'?;:'w,ii:'"- .!Wtntr Z)reaMKMda.
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THE WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN 13 PRINTED ON
-..ii , - ,7 AT THE LOW RATE OF!"- '
It ii an old and reliable Demooratio
No Superior in Ohio or any other State !
n addition to it political eharaoUf, it la a first olaea newipaper, furoiabiog it reader with the
GENERAL NEWS OF. THE DAY,, ;
An epitome of the aturiog erent oonetantly ocoorring at home and abroad, and choice mlaoel
, ' laiMoua aeleotiona. It alao give the latest and most reliable1 :, ' j.
i ' ' . ' t i.i From all the principal mart of Trade and Commero.
The i Basinpss Man, the Mechanic, the Farmer and the, Laborer -
' Will each find their taste and interest oonuultfld and'attended to in the column of '
T XX Xa ' X3 33 JSL TjTST STATZ 3 'iMC jBL KT.
During the aeseion of OoBgrea and the Ohio Legislature, the readers of the Wxexlt States- '
man will be furnished with a eoneise report of the doing of each of those bodies. " '.
During the put year, the circulation of the Wusxr Statesman baa increased very rapidly,
being now more than double what it waa twelve months ago. It Is pur desire to extend it cir
culation, not only in Ohio, .i , ( ,. r, . ,
But in all the States and Territories West of Us! , ; '
. . . .: ..;.".,., 1 i
In proportion a it J diffused among the people, ita usefulness will be increased; and w invite
our political and personal friends to aid u in giving to tha Wraxr Statesman . ;
The ! Largest f. PpssiBtKmcuL'
Among the people. The price of the paper .il so low thai no Democrat need be without it, 1 As
an inducement to friend to aid us in increasing the circulation of the Wtcxxy Statisman, we
irulKira . - . ' ";: ' !
A PREMIUM OF
To the Denon who will. Vjvj the let da of
ubacriber, with the cash for the same; T WINTY DOLLAES to the person who send u the
aeoond largest Club of eubecriben as aforesaid; TEN DOLLARS to the person who send us
the third largest Club of subeenber aa aforesaid; and to each person who sends n a Club of
ten yearly subscribers, with the cash for tha same, we will aend a oopy of the. . . t
Weekly Statesman One Year 'without Charge!
D Those who are willing to compete fbrj the PremTurnsi or loliolt 'subscribors for the States
man, can out this Prospectus out of the paper and attach to it a strip of writing paper, on which
to record the names of all persona who may become subscribers. '.
1 ':::,..:UUw !' :v:ir.MANYPEI
. rm -rx vt
( H'lil.l j !l"I
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FOR ; CLUBS ! !
T.i'VlS 3EI E3 E3
t ')'! 3,
PER YEAR !
Journal, and, aa a political paper, baa ) . . i
THIRTY , DOLLARS
Jantmrv. 1861. enlejalh lareeat Clubof yearly
& -MILLER, j
ruBtDnns oaio tatk8MA .
DSTo. 4 Qwvnne Block.
A. P. - STONE-&' O'HARRA.'
ABE NOW RECEIVING TIIEI K WW
XIB GOODS, and invite the public to lnepect
them. No each stock of aoods nas ever seen onment to
this market. To South. In eonsequence of the fallare
of the (rata crop, has not been able to pnrehaae the us
ual quantity 01 non fooas, ana uw miiwiiiimi wv
Importers to sell them at pobllo anelion. Our buyer
(Mr. Btone) being In New York at thee large sales, took
advantage of them, and we can and will tell oar goods
here, at leal than aoy one who purchased two weeks also,
paid for them In New York. Our stock Is complete in
every department of -y ,1 '
ELEGANT DRESS 8ILKS,' "1
BROCHE VALENCIAS, j ;
PRINTED MERINOS, . ,
. . DYED COBUGSj
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS, i
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in Ono Day, i; "
At one naif tha Caat of Inapaitatlon.
LADIES' ; FURS,
In all VaTi-iejllea,' ! in)' Calefctateel
UlaaafatBH of C. G. Gnn
there V Bon.
HOSIERY ; DEPARTMENT, , .
Men's, Ladles aad Oblldren's Under Shirts and Drawers;
Udlas, Mlsaai ant Children's Hosiery of all ktadi, In
Wool and Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined and Cotton Otovee
of very saaae.'.fjg '',jr)1' r ,. ; ,f,v!'
r -a L Tr ...... r 1 '
A eemplota aifortment or all tbe nenu vane-
tiea of ,i .1." , -V i
LADIES' CLOTHS. ' ; '
CABSIMfcKES, 1' I ,.
i i : 1 i v -OVERCOATINGS,
FLANNELS, :, ; ; . , , rr ,7;
. DRE33 TRIMMINGS,
Lftdiei andQent'i Linen Cambrio Hand
,.- -ifcci ;us-. n.,. "..
snow them the largett, beat and cheapest Stock tI Goods
ever seen in this market, or pay them one aoiiar per
boar while looking. p . . ' '
deel-Clytwllw. exunn m v-nann.-!
aOLDEN IIII j IIIIRTD, . ,.
GOLDtN BILL BH1KTB, i' '
... if r - S r .GOLDEN SILL SHIRTS. - -r'!
The pattern of the ehlna are. new. The Bodies, Yokes,
leeves end besom arafefmed to At the peraon with ease
uid mmfort. Tbe narkapoa aaehonaaeslgnatinf the
-Watches: and- Jewelry.- v
i riSB ABBOttTMBST OF TATClt
Aest OlocM.JevWy, BllverwAre, Ac., kept Mutant,
.i . , -i. w. VAX BAHth Blab Btnet. Columbus. O.i
Wafchee and Jewelry repaired. ,;,
FANCY DKKS9 H1LK8,
- - f AHOY PBB8B BILKS,- -
iin Mtll STT.lt .
W are bow eBerlag r Immense etook of fanoy tress
- a t W. jtM- rtafAM AfTfllM IB tBH tr
rillt m Wl lUwSJ Naw kaaeaa "'' w TL ri
ThfjHwiTvicm T tkw UdUtf tbltdtr tmd Tlelnlt-
sViicitL u enritocs n TtTjw biu , 7
i. . v ul. i,,i1 Parnaiel,
PTJBB BBABDDIBS, WIHB Si OOBDIAlS, AHD BIT
vane, from 'Bonded Warehowee " - i
WM. McDOBALB, i'j
1QB Seats Mtga wmn.
uriLTKSB h TEXTS All X.BITR WITTS
M of etegul naUU .fog UdicS aJo, ytmt'U
ate may be relied on as being corrooi, ana aacnanirv is
fmnmt well made. - A -full . stock of all qualltle
m fem vaiwy
WEEKLY : OHIO STATESMAN:
HAVINO A CIBCULATION '
' LARGER BY' BKVEKaX THOUSANDS
Than any other paper In Ohio, outside of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities fof Advertising
, Which CANNOT IAIL to bring
Speedy and KemnneratiTO Uetnrn
' ' To those who take advantage ef then, i
THE WEEKLY rTTATiBjVLAN,
T Istrlbnted ei It la throogh every Post Offloi ih Onto. ' '
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Whose patronag I valuable, and who seldosa see the
" Dally Bditlons of city Journals; and ei onlyj '
A limited Number of Advertisements
" Are Inserted In Its eolnmns, ippoprlately and .
. . tht cursor fail to if. (;
' Of ALL I-- i
Advertising In the WBEKLY STATESMAN wljl An
... It'advantagons In , j
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which Is almost certain to follow an extensive dlatemro
''It: aUa of A knowledge of their bnjlneas' j
:;AteOHGr COTOTST DEALERS ! i
ADYBBTIBXUBNZS INTBNDED I0B
The Weekly Sttesffian
' ' Shonld be handed in before frlday mod;
. SOMETHING . NEWe
I trTITHTfl A T IVT I mnTTTln
- 1 . t- i . ' .... I
PALI. AT NO. 83 SOUTH HIGH ST.,
j ana examine our new max oi . i
mana'Aerured bt . HOWARD A 'CO .' Soeton. Mass
These Wthe at far superior to anything aver offered
to IhS public, heretofore. Hiring the exolasive agency,
( can aell uiem at prices to suit tue tune. I bare Just
receivto urge atoci or
i . . ! AMERICAN WATCHES, ,u
manufaotared by APPLETON, TBAOYf c CO
taeanortmentof ' ', '' -'' "
GIVGIilBII AND SWISS! yVTCUCS,1
i ' ' In Oold and Silver Cases, at Panto price
Wl I. SAYAQB,
j ... uxinnx a.ic.aa.iint, ,i, i
(Let of Pbalonw Setablieharent, K. Y.,) Poprletore
Bhampooninii, Curling and Preaiing Saloon, Baat Beat
street, over tne roet unoe, wnere seuaraetion will
'J be giten In all the varloa brancheau. Ladle and
j Children's U&lr Drewlng donalnle beatable- ....
GKhTLKiTIKN'S NEOK tlS,. , .
I QKNlUlf MEN'S NKCK TIBS, ;. 1 ','
aiKTLEMBN'S NB0K TIBS. '
The Holt denvatin anortment In the city and at nnueal-
ly lowprlo.. tnwi; :ii' t M PBIBRBAIN..I.,
uu vt nut duuui aiiu stivov
T?LOANl' tA,AlN HliAOBi N1LK9 I0B
Baaqneaand Uantles; tlso, Bleb Trimmln.
to match, at, ' ' BAIH-
a VPLBHI APPLKI1 .
1 . 100 bbl. Choice Apples received on eonilgnment
is by i . , juctvxa ec miiiiiiiux,
T '.ItnA .v.-,.;,,,,, at M. High street.
AND SILK FANS IN
diah Vans at
I o l.-Wo. S Sooth Hlpl etreel i
WIYtB, MANTLE nABAG9V toOTO
3hlUan4Black,JuireoetTe4at - '
jyjj . a - ,.. : l.axnTB,
i. ..iitiili, V li f.r.iJ.' jim i'l: ,!.('' ;i
-gl. '-I I I ' 'I'll t' rt w . inn '
. Dally, per year.. 00
Trt Weokly,perBar..'... ..... ...... 3 Otf
Weakly i wr.ytvt"ntv'i-rio.M.,l OO.
Mr. Guthrie's Resolutions.
The following' are laid to tie tha articles sub
mitted by Mr..Gutux to. the Peace Congressi
Aatioli 1, That all territory of tbe United
States shall be divided dj a line trem east to
wett, on the parallel ef 8S degrees SO minutes
north latitude: and In alt territory north of that
line Involuntary servitaae, except in punish
ment of orlme, 1 prohibited, whilst It shall be.
lone to the United State or be under a terri
torial government) and In all territory south of
aid line involuntary eervrtnae is reeognizea as
it exists in the Southern States of the Union,
whilst such territory shall Ueroog to the United
States, er be under a territorial government;
and neither Congress nor the territorial govern
ment shall have power to hinder or prevent eml
trranta ta said territory from takine with them
persona held to labor or involuntary service,
according to the- laws and usages of the State
from which such persons may Be taken, nor .to
Impair tbe rights arisine out of said relations,
and be subject to judioiat ooglnncet the Uni
ted States courts of said Territory shall have
jurisdiction thereof, and those rights shall be
protected by the courts ana an tbe department
of tbe territorial government, under and ac
cording to the laws of the State from which the
person .bound to suoh service may have been
taken; and when any territory north or south of
said, line, witbin sucn boundary as Congress
may crescrlbe, shall contain a population requir
ed for a member of Congress, according to the
then federal ratio of representation of the peo
ple of the United States, it may, if its form of
government do repuoncan, do aamittea into cne
Union- on an equal footing with tbe original
States,, with or without Involuntary servitude or
labor, aj the Constitution of such new State
may prescribe. ,. " I
Art. 3. That no territory shall hereafter be
acquired by tne united states without the con.
currence of a majority of the Senators of the
States north of Mason and Dixon's line, and
also a majority of tbe Senators south of said
line; but no treaty by which territory shall be
acquired shall be ratibed wttbout the two-thirds
vote of the Senators, as required by, the Consti
tution. ., ' V I '
' Art. 3. That the Constitution, and no amend
ment thereof, shall be construed to give Co a
gress power to regulate, abolish or control,
witbin any. State or Territory ot the United
States, the relation established or recognised
by the laws thereof touching persons bound to
labor or involuntary service therein, nor to
Interfere with or abolish Involuntary sorvice in
the District of Columbia, without the consent of
Maryland and Virginia and the owners, or
without making the owners who do not con
sent previously, full csmpensation; nor the
power to interfere with or abolish Involuntary
service in place tinder the exclusive jurisdic
tion ot tne uattea states, wumn those states
Or Territories where tbe same Is established
or teoognlxeo; nor tbe power to prohibit the
removal or transportation of persons held to
labor or involuntary service in any State or
Territory of. the United States, to any other
tstate or i orrttory oi tne united states, to any
other Stat or Territory thereof, where it is es
tablished or recognised; nor te authorise a spe
cific tax or anv hiaher rate of taxes on nersons
bound to labor, loan on una in proportion to
. . - t . 1 . . . .
value; nor to' authorise any of tbe' African race
or their descendants' to become Citizens', oY. to
exercise the right of suffrage in tbe choice! of
federal officers. :
Art. 4. That hereafter the paragraph of the
(construed to prevent any or iae states, Dy ap
propriate legislation, and through tbe aotioq of
their lud'.clal and ministerial utnoers, from en
forcing the delivery of. fugitive from labor
from aoy other State or Territory of the United
States to the person to whom such service or la
bor la due. : .). .; .-.
Art. 6. The emigration or importation of the
African race into any State or any Territory
or tne uoitea states, wnetner tor residence or
involuntary service, is forever prohibited. And
Congress shall have tbe power by appropriate
legislation to enforce the provisions of this ar
Art 6. That tbe first, second, third and fifth
articles of these amendments, and the third par
agraph of the second section of the first article
ot the Constitution, and the third paragraph of
the fourth article thereof, snail not be amended
or . abolished ; without tne consent Of all j tne
States. , :,. .-. . . ; "V ! .
The Underground Railroad.
The underground Railroad, as is waII known,
la the chrase nooularlr used to designate the
seoret means of conveyance by which Northern
abolitionists transport slaves from the South,
sometimes into the Northern StateB, but more
commonly into Canada It is said to have re
ceived its name irom tne exclamation or a
Kentucky .slave owner, who, having lost all
track of an esoapea slave on tne otner Bias or
the Ohio, said with an oath: "The abolition
ists must have a railway under the ground by
which they run off niggers." The Rev. W.
M. Mitchell, of Toronto, has published in Eft-
gland a book .on this subject: the book Itself
we have not seen, but we glean a few facts from
one or two notices of !.. -. .
Mr. Mitchell Is a native of North Carolina.
His father was a negro, and his mother an In
dian woman. He was thus born free, and al
ways remainea iree. '. tie was apprenticed to a
planter, and spent twelve year among the
slaves of a plantation, daring the last five years
aa their manager and driver. . His convictions
efiinat slavery haying grew a very strong, he
became one of the moat active helpers of es
caped ' slaves ' across tne united states.. ; in is
was his employment from 1843 to 1856. Since
then he has resided in Canada, devoting himself
to the spiritual and . temporal interest of the
fugitives. . .r ei.! r-1 '
If Mr- Mitchell'e statistics be correct, no less
than twelve, hundred alaves are annually con
veyed into Canada; though we cannot but be
Incredulous as to, the amouut. They are taken
from one frlen4 to another, and only by night,
nntil the borders of Canada are reaohed. Six
to twelve, miles are the ordinary - journey of
a single night. . Of course, suoh a system must
embrace a great many persons, and have an or
ganisation not unlike that of a soata! depart
ment; ana we eannve wvuuw tuo auiuuui, ui
irritation and 1 exasperation' it has produced at
tv.A Smith, and that it forms an important item
In the list of grievances which the South records
Walnat the MOttsM " ' I .tu'H
In Canada it is estimated that there are new
forty five thousand fugitive - slaves from the
irn(lri States.1 The negroes .are a gregrieous
.. .nil thv are disposed to settle In villages
.v . .-,. .mLJ"-
and towns, ana to oimg' ugmv.-aobj are
said to be better farmers man too irisn,oreven
r.anolan French. -The thousand fugitive
slaves in Toronto wash linen make shirts, are
blacksmiths, bricklayers, carpenters, anoemaa-
ara. nainter. &.O. i nere are six oonrea rroo
r- . " . i , . Jt.n
ara In tfin town, ana tner w oum ouiurca puyei-
elan. One fugitive sieve la worm, a nunorea
thouiasd dollars, not tne neaaquarters or tne
negto race in Canada is Chatham, .on the
Thamrfa. 1 Of Its population of tlx . thousand
tn thousand are olored-jOf . the material
prosperity, as well as or we moral worth ot nt
negro race In Canada,1 w have eonflicting ao
eonunts: naturally enough, u each man's report
Is colored by his prepossessions. AA accurate
and unbiassed statement oi ueir.morai, sotnai,
material, and sanitary condition would bS'ot
eoniderablevalue.'r We should be surprised to
learn that this troploal race throve wail In the
nllmkte of Canada.) i J '. a
No wliS and reflecting man can approve of the
nnricroronnd railroad; and yet, as o many men
dnrUa their motives solely from their sentiments
It Is easy to see that it iwsnt. likely to stop or
iii Im nneratlonS.i It 4s well for the mis
taken men at the emth, who ere adveoating
disuclori, to reflsot What the result Will be If the
Canada frontier. Should be broasht down to
Masob and Dixon'a line, and the fervid seal of
noretieoung philanthropy should be stimulated
by. the infinitely greater facilities wbieb wonid
then be bad, boti for enticing and abducting
Mrs. Slemmer—A Jersey Heroine!
Lieut. Slemmer, now In command of Fort
Pickens, and bis herolo wife, are entitled to
more public consideration tban they have yet
reoeivea.ft mis oinoer, and his parsoU, are al
natives of Montgomery eonnty, Fenoylvanla
Both -his grandfathera fought . i at Trenton,
Princeton, and Monmouth He graduated with
honor at Weat Point, served in Florida agalnit
tbe Seminole, was there promoted and ordered
te California, end, being agala promoted, was
ordered ta Fort Moultrie. He afterwards en
tered the Coast Survey at the Invitation of
Professor Baohe. But he had hardly accepted
this duty when tbe Superintendent of the West
Point Aeadeny, knowing his high qualifications,
applied to the Secretary of War for tbe appoint
ment of Lient. Slemmer as a teacher there.
There he remained four years, waa then order
ed to Fort Moultrie a second time, and thence
to Pensacola, where his command embraced
Fori Pickens, Fort Baroncas, and Fort MoRca.
"It was-while here, occupying the barrack,
that be performed tbe brilliant feat of transfer
ring his little command from a weak position to
tue impregnaoie one oi on rioken. 11 tbne
foiled the rebels In their plans against that Im
portant position as completely as did Ma lor An.
derson. There he Is now, commanding the har
bor, and by incessant labor in putting the fortress
in ngnting condition, his little band of berOe
mav be relied on to do their whole duty to tbe
Union. , Distance has deprived him of much of
tne notoriety wnicn baa attended tbe movement
at Fort Sumter. But Lieutenant Slemmer act
ed on his Own responsibility, and the country
will gallantly sustain him in what he so
wisely did. After the barracks had been so
hastily evacuated that , Mrs. Slemmer'g trunks
and clothes were left behind in tbe hurry, the
rebels took possession. Mrs. Slemmer took a
boat and returned to the barracks to obtain
them. Tbe sentry stopped her and demanded
her business, but she pushed bravely on, and en
tering tbe barracks, asked that the trunks con
taining her clothing might be given up. Though
no insulting demonstration was made, yet the
rebels refused her. It was then the fire or her
herolo soul broke forth. "Then," sid she, "I
will take command of one of Lieutenant Sum
mer's guns myself, and when he gives the word
to fire, will batter down your barracks." j ,
This lady, whose name la Caroline, ia a Jersey-woman,
the youngest daughter of the Rev.
John Reynolds, of tbe EdIscod&I Church, for
merly chaplain in the navy,;and long a resident
of Burlington, where his three daughters were
educated at St. Mary's Hall. She graduated
there when only fifteen years of age, and is
but twenty now. She was distinguished at
buiiwi tor great aptitude for learning, and ex.
cessive fondness for reading. Out of ichcol,
though generally seen with aom A inlanpllani,nifa
dook in nana, yet la school she was probably
never known to be deficient with her lesson,
Her education has been very complete." Her
Intellectual faculties are of Lthe highest order.
ii cr miua i quicx, . strong, and courageous.
making her speech to the rehels exactlv what
one might bave expected from such a heroine.
in race and feature she is extremely pretO'sces
log, with very ciptlvatine manner. She is
worthy to be the wife of the hero of Fort
ricsens. , , ... . i
Desperate Conflict Between Two Negroes and a
Desperate Conflict Between Two Negroes and a Panther.
We extract the following from the Natches
, , On Friday morning last, 'lust at daylight,
some of the bands on Mr. W. P. Smith's plan
tation, on iiayon Cocodta, bad crossed tbe bay
ou to the gin, which is within two faiodred
yaro oi tne Quarter. Just a thev wars nana.
log the seed house, a panther scran- ni th
foremost negro, striking him in the foo with
bis claws, and then seisin or him he iha h.lr f
the neck, bore him to tbe ground. The other
negroes fled into tbe gin, shouting "murder!
murder! One, however, who waa armed with
an axe, stood his ground, and dealt the panther
a heavy bW with his axe. The panther, re
linquishing blS hold on the Prostrate ream. trim.
ed oo tils new assailant, and a sharp battle en
sued, when the panther, having received sev
eral wounds, concluded that discretion was the
better part of valor, and, retreating to the seed
bouse, stood at bay, glaring feroaionilv at tha
two negroes, who accepted his proposition for a
cessation of hostilities. Being oon reinforced
by a detaehment from tbe opposite side of tbe
bayou, with dogs, guns and knives, they re
turned to the attack, and soon placed their ad
versary Aor du eomeat. It was a female, one
of the largest size. A very large male bad been
killed on tbe plantation tbe previous evening. .
The Negroes and Sir Allan McNab.
-A short time since Sir Allan MoNab visited
his constituents in the Western Division, and at
Buxton Settlement the negroes presented him
with an address. , The Chatham f Untt, la an
account of the meeting, says: .! -
Sir Allan said if anv electors desired to ask
him any questions, he was ready to give answers.
Hereupon Mr. Thomas W. Stringer Inquired If
a bill was introduced before Parliament, for the
purpose of setting apart separate schools for the
colored people, whether tbey asked for them or
no, would Sir Allan support It? Sir Allen re
plied that he thought tho present law a good
one, and shonld be fully tried before altered, As
to tne proposed. Dill, it would be manifestly un
fair, and of course he would oppose it, Mr.
Thomas asked whether Sir Allan was In favor
of sending the fugitive slave Anderson back to
Missouri, in reply to this question Sir Allan
MoNab said, that thongb not wishing by any
means to Impugn the decision of the judges, he
nevertheless waa honestly compelled to differ
from theme - Indeed go strongly had he .felt in
Anderson's favor, that be had since theqoestlon
came np, nsed all hie influence la Anderson's
lavor. A certainly was opposed to Anderson
being given np (applause) aad he hoped in the
name of God he sever would be sent back.
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I'Ths only lres ef tha kiBd 1 Central Ohio,
. r Mr radtltlM for dolnf anrhnd alt of At atxrv d'oaa
: tlmii of wcrk. era -new BMmpaattd. and atla&oUon t
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JTTI INT1TB ATTXHTIOV ta aou af the bm "'
traonHnary enree by my ' ,1
Ther are at home! and an tu 'jitm m id
4aM0fthspa1wawhekMTebawemtsdhy.it . ,
aiinn i, rairuiB AT 1ST TTHIT
tXAMIMB ICNGS WITHOUT CHAROB, tOM. AU,
THOBB WHO MEED BIS VSDIOiNBB.
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ATTXNB TO TOTJB COLDS A ease of f re year'
tandlng sored by DK. KE.SEB'B PEUIOBALSIBUP.
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. t. : FmeasMa, Jaa. U, 1600..
Da. Kavaxa: My wife he been anlloted with a aad
eonth and diffleolty of brratbinr. tor Sve at aia years,
which, for tertral years back, had aTadaally taaraasadla
Violeao. The eaiDlalat ha beam handllar. ml u,.
bad beaa treated by eevarai phyaiciaa wltboat any
ll W iLl. a-a. a. m
m. ah turn mw o. w H, 1 pXOCOm SOB Of yoMf
Pectoral Conrb BvniD. I boofba, tha Srat tlma. a an.
cent bottle, which raliared her vary aiaeh 1 1 tbes eaUed
ana in a aoiwr aottta, wblea eared Bar entirely, aad
aba hat now aa tmoe of the former diaeaee, except weah
neee. I would alao atat that I weed the amdiera aiw
self toaeoldandecaih. T t medicine eared aw ky lak
Id ea doe a I expreet my enUre aatlifarUoa wtth tb
medlclo, and yoa are at liberty to publUh tha ht t oa
detire te doeo. .. . . , , t ,., Wat-WILSoti. ,'n
f I: j-. , Ii- t , . . Alderman flA Ward.
'., ..:il:. i..J . yrMta.Hov.JfclBio,
PB. Kxtixx Although not aa advocate of Pttant
xtedlfinae, in eeneral, It affords me ptaawre laileaeilaa
ble to recoauMod ymt Peetoral Bynp. A, a mediiiee
It Is well wortBy tbe attention of anv sereon itiau !
any maoBar be afllloted with eorb,olde aad hiariiees
ef ear hied, aad for the yeeQlia ajaalt&catloo tor n
movlnc all that disagreeable atssatleo atteodla a Se
vere eold.-' - ... . .
I bare been, more er leas, Is my life, affeo'ti with the
severest of eoldt and hcaiteaeae, at Umea my threat
wobM hear ma ea ckeed ta to Breremt an aoeeBlu aten
a wbiaper. aad by taking a few doaee of tbe abet Si rap
I . I I LA .. .1 l
ii.w.w i.ini.Bvwurei, ' - ' , -. ..
. Ia reoommendtat that medlela, I matt anhMltatlneU
say that lt te tbe beet remedy I ever found, pBrpenls t
eere tb abov. nor aboald Bay Samlly fee wltBoaQ sjblt
nnw, ivi.uwn w )inrai.ni.
Tun re. aoet reepeetftilly, ' J a
BDWABB i. JONB4, n
Caahier Cltlaana' Depoilt Bank.
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Vt ' 8TxninriiiB,0., Harob M, 1B5I
I have need fir. Ecjraer'i Cough Syrap for a bad eourh
of atreral years standinf, aad oao obeerfnUy me A Is
the beat medicine for the aame that I bare erer tteeo.
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COL. PRATT ANO PB, KBTBEtt'S PEOTOtAL
STKUP, Da. KxraBB Bear Bin Bxeoa (La ai. rj
my acemewMgiaf thowBeeUaaoa af yeas- reMtaliesgh
ojnvoow. mirai.iwini, eajiag uwai it Ja
allyoasaylta. IttnootmtUunoimvMaj msowo
and Baa want ova X was ever alBlnieS ulibi I haaoaot
oett more than one-half of tb bottl. and I can aad dt,
wlih that all who are afljetrd weald (Iv It as fair t erlal
u I have done, and th will be proud to aay, "It la bo
quack medicine." I wonld sot auffer another each aa
attach for any coaelJweMoo, w at aay eon.; ( am caa
fldeotl eaa breathe mora freely ihaa I er , did 1 ahall
always aekaoaledn a debt of tratl tode fer henunc a.
excellent a medj. . Yea are at liberty taoeeav Bam
la this regard, aa yon think proper B. T. PBatT,
' XUweuter Oomiaoa OmocU, f IUebra, P.
Pltbaih,AUJli, , . . ....
N. B I am bo atraneer to mv faiUwHbM.'an
WBoBvartau oaasis can eoanit ma pa:
1-' -f a,;' c
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" !' PrrnsKnam, April J. I6J7.
BIAD TUB TBTJTH. Da. Bjrtmm: IbaeaaAAh.
kr who haa taken aeraral medietnee for a hul m.h
acta Ay' Cherry I
I purchased from ion a bottl of roar PMCTOaAL
SfBUP, and before aba had seed half a Bottl ah we
reitefwa- in (boom doui coaaa aer entirely of bar
" f-Hnrirn stmt. SllagBaaj
' 1 PrrnaoBBW. Dreember, 91, 1893.
A OBBAT CCKB BT Da. Key8Jen'a hanTUBif
STBCP. I lira la Peebke townehlp, Allegheny eoaaty.
I had a eooghmg and plains, whioh renimmued aaeat
the 4th of February but, and oontlnoed eight mwtba. I
employed tha beat ptayrklane In the oantry, asd (xy
cough oootinoed unabated until early la October. At
inat um I waa aavme to try you PBuTOHAL OOUOH
STHUP, which I d,d, and after I had take one bottl I
wat entirely free from the eouehlna aad .DltiinA. f k.A
deapalrad of ovsr feutiig well, aba I iktaa tt would ba
known that tan valuabl leatedy will do for other, what
it hat done In mv ease. JOaN 0. LITTLE.
Wltneaa B. M. Ktaa. , J ., ,. Peebles lewahh.
t . '..-,. ' . i ,. PAtTOWt.,AnttJHl857.
A WONDEBrUT. CUBI-Boaa tbao e, aa aid
ntlihbor ef mina wa verr 111 with a bad eouah mkr
rery oo (apposed to beoeoemmpitca. ' Hie rattUies
wia mo uai o naa taaea every remedy Uiey heard of
without benefit: hit brother earn to atabwdla. and .u
were oonfirmed In thebeCcf that he eoald not Ht. I
had about the third of a bottl of your Peetoral Stna.
wbtofa 1 gave him. aad lt eattrelv aotod him Sa tba hIm.
lahmoatof all. What make tb eaaa mora mnui.y.
is the extreme age of the maa, ha being about elh tears
eld. I bar n doubt the Pectoral awed hie lira.
SB. KITBBIt'S P B0 TO BAB BTBDPDI LATaa.
TILLB-Pleaae sand a another sbppIv of vanr nia.
able 'Pectoral Syrup." Almost everrbodv anund am
bat tbe eold and are Inquiring for "Br. ateta Peutofai
Sjirup." WebavsaoldilxtaeBbottlei last week, and art
now entirely out. Mr. A. Alter and Br. t. BUfeerv botk
ef Blalraviile, Pa , tell as they would aot be wttbout it
in their familiea. Ia fact, all whs ate lt ones want u
again. - Tears, raspeetrally, : i , ,
. WAXnasoun SONS
January SO, I860.
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ANOTOBR NEW CEBTiriOATB . isnti'i
PB0TOBAL BTBUP-I had born traveled with aeoaga
and eold tor eere mi weak, ea bad wa a that I eoald aot
sleep, . lhad tb adrlot and preacriptlooa from threats'
me DtstpaytKianiia tneeity, whom 1 tea Id baum, feat do
1 anally procured a Bottle of Mar huni
Byrop, which oured ae eutlrely . Blrned,
' ' Si w. klMONTOlV,
.838 liberty street, PltabiArgh, P., Jan. ,186Q.
to Keyeer'toa Wood street and get a betut of aUOoaab,
Peotoial. and ff that dont oarc job. your oaaa bai a
detperaW fcodtoS.'l Iba hapimeeof tb colloquy
on Bean aimoet every aay in oola catching parioda of
thovear.' And wwoao, from aotaal mniA.t ahaaa-
fully concur In th adTieer'aadcaonlttoa atabtIor we
bar tried th "Pectoral." Id a moot atuhhern ua ia
entire toooee. Roar two week e ego we treat to Pluakaraa.
ih a. ,w. mm. - . '
M" w.w.wiawui, wntraiy, maiua, aa
ubduabl oough wt ever experienced Moot ear adveat
Bpeo abumanaaaMSpBer,- oagBed lUadlly aad
laboriously for one whole week. In hope, of tiring a eL
but tt waa no go. Ia fact It seemed rather t bave ba
proved by practiao, aad to have aoqatred tuangtajidlea
ey aad Uarrtoiry by the opentloo. Is Uii, etagacf
IhotufB, w eouibed our way to Keytar', ItO Wood St.
procured fifty cent bottl of th "Pcetwali" look it
aocordiog td direotiout, and In forty-eight koure We war
ee let el th field, the enemy haying ananndltloaally
surrendered, after a brief but. unequAl oonflictwlth ao
formldabl an advermry ' Beeeer'e Btawue "Ooaa
Pectoral . "PrxmntnU4 CUppr, Jxn. , lua.
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and enr me'n andearnr will to cftor lntunemaaia tm
CASUS USERS which er not txceld l. ii-Ii.
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