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VOL. VII: NO. 222. NEW SERIES.
OHIO. FRIDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY
SIX COLLIES PE3 TZAB
InTtrUblj la AtcV-.
I 1ILY. TKI-WEE-IY AM) WEEKLY
.1ANYPENNY & MILLER
PDBL18H2E AHD PROPRI-TOBI.
(UT Office Mm. 86, 88 and 40, North Big- It.
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I" By the Carrier, por week, 1B seats--M-Weikly-
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a'cU Advertising bf .ure.
ti rinare 1 yeai .(30 00
One . " .. U mottbe 18 00
Jnt 8 mnnth IS 00
One " 3 moBtlii 10 00
One,,-" .8 weeks.. 100
Cm ' :'lwk....l TO
On -" I days... 100
jne . 1 t oatns o uu
fin . t 8 tn i 73
une i wuuiik
One llnertlo" SO
Displayed aavertlMineots hair more man us aoove
!&iedTiUciut lcadol uA iUc4 the' eolw el
' All iiuttoe wqutret to be pnblltbrlby Uw, lefUTMei.
If rrdoreaon tneinioeexciaTMj"i" uiut..wo
I1 iter cent, more thn the tbore ot! tat 11 weft wil
i-ppsar In the Trl-Weekly without charge. '
' i oilnc 0rd, not exceeding tire line, per few, I
h de, S SO per line ; onttlde a . " 'tmm
Notloee of mee tinge, chirltble ocletlei.flre oompenwe
- ,Al traalnt adnrtlninU mutt t paid for 4n
. Weekly, name prlee u the D41y, wfere the fjy'
the Wtly klone. Whew, 'he Pll wd Wkl
i re both need, then the ohwgo 1 the Weekly Will he
ft.K thenteeor tne paiiy . k '. J
Ke idTertltement Uken except for c fleflolU period.
EAGLE JJRA8S WOBK8,
Corner Spring: dc Water Ste., -
W. B. POTTS & c CO.,
- MACHINISTS, ;
- Anil Masanustnreri of Drue end Oompotitlan OMtlngt,
t InUhed Bnee Work of ell Deeorlptloni.
Electro Plating and
" STENCIL CUTTING, &C.
-: ' tl A. B. BIMEIHS, . ;;; , :
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
OSIee Auiiiii BtilMlog, oppoilte Oopltof Sqnere. V ,'
L U : "I !C0ttTMBTJ8.OHld, 1
Machine Mas ufictn ring Company
i etAKVIAOTVIUCM Off
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
CaitlngVi MlU-flearliif , Maehlaerr.
--j- o inn BiaoMmoit.
deell. U5S-tf -
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinutti, Dayton & Indianapolii!
Through to lniliananolis wlthont Change of Can
-' ' and bat One Change of Can between '
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM-
.. . . . . BUS, t
K.-r-.r: -i (?y
Mondtjn exoepted.) 1
S. via Dkvton. at 8:45 a. m..Stet-
pisf at toedoa, Xenla, Daytcn, illddletown and Hamll
toa.arrirlBcatOlaclasatlatftiOa. m.lDajton ati;A5
.'a. nu, tadUaopolls at ,U);8 a. m.;et. tools at lktQ
d., stoppbg at all SU'
tlont between Columbus and Cinolnnau ana uari
rttlng at Cincinnati 11:0S a. m., Dijtonat8:l5
IadtaaopelUaf2i88p.nl ;. i
rrr.. third train.
DAT'MPBSiS,a :IOp. m stopplnr at Alton,
Jeflenon, London Cnarleeton;' -Oedarrllle, Xesla,
Bprlnf Valley, Corwln, Morrow, Deerfleld, footer",
Lore land, Mlllfordand Plalnrille, arrif lof at Cincin
nati t 7.-80 p. m.( fit. Louie at IS m; Dayton at 3:35 p.
,l Indlanopolliat 10:3tip. m. ' '
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flleeplns; Cars on all Kltrbt Tralni
. CinotnQ-ti and Indianapolis
I BAOOACE CUECttED THBOCCH.
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' v .- for farther Information and Through Ticket apply to
' ' ' . M. L. DOUBHTY,
'It i TioVet Agent, TJn'.oa Depot, Oolambns, Ohio. )
""" '"ki"!.' -. JNO. W. DOH1BTI .
Jol3 Agent, Oolumbss.
uni m a yq
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Juc Srttoles a ttMttx your nVSBAMD
I iaaiepwj)roryMirDAUainR. ' ;
" j lnn ss you? tntll will pralee yo for. i
1 V ' iseh as your BRQXH-R n . I
.taakwyeasSMMt IdbTBB ONI T0U L0VB BXIX
Sacb as will be good for the ELtSlID lABf -iituhsa
all seat for, cc , i -t-i : . ,
' :""1turU fbmnd In Variety, la siy newstaeli of :! I
. : lAcnEV.: . CHAITISt ; JEWEIRI,
.; n.; v i ,;,, AT EP GOODfl
And ftnl assortment at v. l-r :
Taney and Uioful Artlolse.
nrrar TT V1iTSkT
;. w A-' uu a.ui,
Wo. 10 Buckeye) JUstcst
-I Just JteoelTsdl j
i 1 llll T scan ion bun erkaa Rio Ooaee,
r .. j aa pockets oM Datob OoTern est jars Ooffee.
- - BOftto". standard White Bngan, eosthtbig of Pow-
v, : 3-60 qolntali George BukCod-th. .;.
. , BObblei Urn and Ho. 1 Haokerel. , " ' ,..T
,t -o t-rBt, PWl sainon. . .-:.!;
t'l.'il 0OJ. later Kaliloi. , , , . .
h-,f 0 hi. o do do , .. ' " l Au:
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11 IvL POWERS & DIIO
I" i ' . I TJlitlM IN WrOlTED AKD DOUBmO
W - Vaa thA St t.-le. fll.i
Uoluabote um-e o.:tilim
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i-IerealeesOf at .t,Wlf MorjONAtD'f .
i . norm , , . , , 10 Son High stmt.
OAtiro 'iie-AfHE" meBiiroi;
CHIMTZeVy UUtlS Sl-SUSf an U
kinds of tMhlonabl.
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MANTPENNY fc MILLER, .'
- ' : - - rtrBUBBsas Ohio syatbsuaii.
QNb. 4 Grwvnne 'Block.
A. P. ST0NT& O'HARRi
IBE GOOD 8, and tnTtte the pnbllo to lnepeot
them. Mo such stock of Goods has erer been brought to
this market. The Booth, In ooneequence of the failure
of the grain crop, has not been able to parehaae the us
oalcuaaUty of rich goods, and this fact has forced the
Itnportere t cell them at pnbllo auction. - Our buyer
(Ur. Stone being la Mew Tork at theee large sales, took
sdrantaire of them,' and we oan and will aeil cur goods
here, at lets than asr one who purohated two weeke ilnoe,
paid for them la Maw York. Our stock Is complete In
erery department of j , ... ..
eldoant dress bilks, ; i
. ' . BROCHB VALENCIA9,
v ...- DYED C0BUG9;
BLACK-ALPACA9, ,. . , .
ORLEANS, -. .. ..;.) -
Fancy woven FABRtcs,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
' Vv"," . DELAINES.
SI1AVLS AND CLOAKS!
'. Rve Itha-sand dollars ; "Worth
At ane balf Cost of Impoitation.
LADIES' - FURS,
In all Tarletlee, at i turn Celebratea
. :, mannfatnre of C. O. own- t
there 4c Son.
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JttOSIERli DEPARTMENT, :
Ite-'s.iadf- sad CUWrenH tTnder BMrts ssd Srswen;
tadles, UlsMe and Children's Moelery of all klnou, la
Wool and Lamb's Wool; Ileeoy Lined and Cotton Otoyea
ef every make, . n
. i : j , iaao- Sc , t A.. '
A oemplete awortment' pf all tho usual wis
LADIES' CLOTHS, . J ' ' i ;
.:,-,.:"!'. .. . OVERCOATINGS,
),jv,.;," .:; t -TWEED3,
. .DRES3 TRIMMINGS,
Ladles: and Gent Linen Cambrio Hand-
keroMeu. Ac, &o. . .re
I fa enuBe-w alt en. ,u we sledn' ottrwoi I to
Shs iheni th iargwt, beet and cbaapeet slock of -eods
U ie market, or par awn one dollar perj
aonrwuiifooaing.r. . ... . ..
Seol-eiystawww. " ' 'irrowa et u
AUiVEM llll L SHlltT), .
' ' : OOLDlM ILL SHIHTS.- ' ".' ' V
thspafisrn of these eWns are newj " The Beee, Tekee,
sleetee and boeome are foTtned M St 1he nenon wMt eaae
and comfort.' The ntarkepon eadi one Saetgiiating the
alio mill be relied on as twin g ecrreot. and each sblrt Is
luarnnteed well made. A full, stwi ef ll-allee
cooitantly tor sale at J,, ' ' ' ,
nrt4,",.n , ..yf . Wo. 9t loath Blgh street.
Watches and Jewelry.
a wmt anMRXTTlR!T Of WATCH
Aes. Clocks, jewelry, pllrerware, Ac., tept eonstani
yea nana a. ( b.kirWATAICK'8,
I' Ho'. 161, South High Street, Oolumbus, 0.
TfTWatohssand Jewelry repaired t,&.. ,.
IrANC- IrUKieS S1I.HM, - '
irtvtAIOT DKB3B CKB, " ''
" i-fiftffy Vanuv nastta saM. ' i
Wo arieriQ ear UbomiM cteok ef faM Drsss
Sitka .i i than Mai before offered In this c4ty.
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".h attrntin f li l.l.a of (his Mtv aad lololty is
MMd, as our stock Is vr esleet and eonrplete to .all
gradceof godaln this line.' PSTBB BAIN,
BO. XV gum
'f er nediaal FwrveHS.V i
PUHX BB ANDI S. WTRXS, OORDIALI, AND lit
TuMroa 'Bonded Warfhon i
noW? -.. ., .iii awrriBiyw street.
e-s,fSk'li, -. & Li S11TTS
iM of iM ttaUUet tvt irtwaH ti.-' -e' M'ltS
p Rl Kim . ; - UMmW
WEEKLY : OHIO STATESIANi
" -AVISO A OI-CtLATIOll
IARQEB ; BY KTERAL THOUSANDS ,
than any ether paper In Ohio, outside of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Advertising
- - Which CANNOT I Alt to bring
Speedy and. Homuncratlve Hetarne
. fo thoee wbe take advantage ef them, .. .;
THE WJUKXiY BTATESMANi
Slitrlbuted as It Is through srery Pest Offloe la Ohio,'.
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
WhoN patronage is valuaUs, and 'who seldom see the
. Dally Sdllloqs of city journals; and as only ; c
l Limited Kamber of Adrart-iementi
1 Arc inserted in its columns, appopriatery and
trxv caiiiiot ran. to
Of ALL I
AdrertWug In the WBEKtt BTAtHSMAN will la
r.- i " adjvantagous In. . , (' ;
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which Is almost oertata to follow aa extensive dlssemln
' atloa of a knowledge of their bus in ess " '
AMOEQ C0UTfiY. ;EAXEE3 I
' 1 AD YB BTIB-M1NTS ntTBNDID I0A i ,t0
The "Weekly SteiesiEiaii
; Should be handed hi before ffrldsy noon.- : .-) a
SOMETHING ' NEW
W"t eT l Ti
HO W ARD & 00 1 Be
AMERICAN BATCHES. :
I lA-iiiAi nvw laffuvAuuiun Af
s t s a pe r srrir -- -. -
sou vjuuu-uv vur on mmkm , . . a
nanufkcturedby'l. BOWABD A CO ." Boiton: lfaL
theee Wa tehee are far superior t anything erer offered
so inepnoim, nenwoia... nan cm ue ezoiiulT agency,
I eaa sell them at prioes to suit lbs times. I have toe t
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remtTcm a largo Biuve vi
i -; i e - AMERICAN WATCHES,' 'J J
manufactured by APPLBTON, TRACT,' A 00 ; also, a
nneaiiortowntof , , , , , . '
,ENO-im AND iWISS WATCllES,
t , BERK. KCEU-EU,
(Lite of Pheloo's IstablUbmens, N. T..1 Pyonrietoro
,.-tba Kew York yaehlonabla Sbavfau. Hair Oatttne
, Bhimpoonlng, Curling and Dressing saloon, laat Bute
1 street, over the Post Offloe, . wben satleftvstloD,. will
be 1to in all tte - various branches. ; Ladles and
OhIU n'a II. Ir Draln dona In U hoi atttla. ' r '
Jyl-dl - . ' . - ' - 1
(Tl(;i ; in liN'M NEDK t ItS, ,: i
vt, OKNTtiMKN'S BC TIS8, !-1 ;
' l ttKNTI.EHEN'S MBOK TTSS., '
The aost desirable assortment In the el ty and atanuaal-
lyiownnoss. .: .,.,, a ; HUIU11I,
., noTgj. . , .;. . No, 90 Bouth Blgh street.'
PLKOAN't fCAIN B-AOK Hl-t-H 10 B
J street sawtues and slantles: also, Hloh Trimmla
and Tamels to cmtch, at . BAIN '
ArrLGM AMUiw,,.;';:, '
J 100 bills. Choice Apples reoefvel on eratliremehl
tor isle by,
Sca at RBSTisairx.
r. m-' J u i,,., M K. Hied atru.
NO- LINEN AND S1EK FAN IN
new styles l vtlbbon Bound, Si ten, ton ant la
lUaransai ' ' ..L,.,-'i.as -,,-n
. matn-n .; ii."l Ke.SSSwith Hlb ret
V I H B'K ane oiaes, w at
1 Dally, per year . .1 .. ,,
trl-Weekly, per tar t-fT '
, Weekly, per yeai
at New York, for the Possession
of Mr. Lincoln-Rich Revelations.
Gov. Denuison was mors suooeiaful laeap-
tur-s the President at Colambns than Got. Mor
gan was at Albsnj,' If ws may Jadge from the
following extract from a debate in me flew
York Assembly, in which torn amusing inci
dents are disclosed.
Mr. Ball. Chairman of the House Committee,
to entertain the President elect, rose to a ques
tion of privilege on the statement made by Mr.
Provott la bis place yesterday, and went on to
explain in regard to the programme that had
been published hi. the journals. He stated that
the programme had beea agreed upon by a ma
Jorlty of the committee, and the statement of
(be gentleman iron -.logs was wnouy untrue,
end was simply a. micrspreseotation. . There
was a bitter contest in the commltteo, and un
der the probability of a legislative dinner,
portion of the oommlttee contemplated resign
ing, bat the member from Suffolk magnani
mously yielded i his . point, and afterwards
lbs published programme, was agreed up
on. He continued to Oenoonce tbe other
membere of tbe oommlttee, denying; thst ha had
made anyarrangement to dice at tte Gortrnir'r,
Mr. JUergen then eaia tnatit was now necessa
ry to state to tble Houee the true position of tbe
cess. In ths first place, tbe meetings of the
committee were held In tbe executive chamber.
He could not get the committee to meet him
elsewhere. From ths first start there wae a
disposition sod determination on the part of the
executive to ruin tbe committee. They were
Informed by bis Excellency thai Mr. Lincoln
bad been Invited by him and acoepted a private
dinner.' He Informed the Governor that Mr.
Lincoln wae the guest of the Legislature, and
not his. ' But the Governor Insisted kthat he
should dine with him, and deolded to go to the
depot covered by his feathers.
The Sneaker called him to oroer. and said
that It was not in order to speak of the sctlon of
tne -xecutive. .'
Mr Bergen Is It not in order to tell truth 7
He was only proceeding to give to the House
some of the tranaaotione of the committee, that
tbey might see what controlled them.
' Speaker II is in order to epeak of the notion
of any member of tbe committee towards ths
other, but not of the Executive; he was cot made
a member of this oommlttee by the action of the
House; It Is not In order nnder the rules to refer
- Mr. Bergen I do not know what your rales
sre, but tbe uovernor, by too setion of your
oommlttee, wss made a member of It, and there
fore connected -with and controlled its proceed
ings, ss I Intend to show. Wsll sir, at another
meeting ox tbe oommlttee the uovernor read a
long letter to the President elect, inviting htm
to dine with him. Mr. Bill asked the Govern
or what was his reply 1 They were Informed by
His Exoellency that the only reply received was
tnat iransmittea to ue legislature. .This be
(Bergen) then stated to tbe committee and the
Uovernor, was tbe same as a refusal of the Pre
sldeot elcel-toeooep hlaiaTtlaUoa.aod asmricb
ss to show that be desired to be entertained by
tne egisisture, lor ne naa accepted tneir Invi
tation without delav. - At that meeting of the
committee he showed the Governor that he had
five votes in favor of the legislative dinner
those members that were In favor of that mode
were the Senators from Datobess, ths Senators
from New xork. tbe members from Cban
tauqua, the member, .from . Kings, and
himself, all of whom stated In tbe presence
Of tne uovernor tnat tney were 10 lavor or tbat
ode of entertaining Mr. Lincoln. This an
nouncement made tbe Uovernor turn pale, and
as toon as tbe committee adjourned the Gover
nor commenced buttonholing, endeavoring to
change tbelr action.
Mr. r ten rose to a point oi order.
Speaker The gentleman from Montgomery
will state his point of order. .
Mr. Fish My point of order Is tbat the gen.
tleman is out of order in referring to the action
of the Governor.-
( Speaker-The point of order Is well taken. '
1 Mri Berge., somewhat embarrassed at first at
being thus cut off, but recovering from tbe em
barrassment, Milled forth again and' created
general merriment in the chamber.. He said,
since the rules of this House will not permit
him to tell tho truth connected with tble, he
would try sod proceed in order. After tbe leg
islative dinner had been agreed upon they met to
oount np the oast, and when It was stated tbat
it would oost firs thousand dollars, the gentle
man from Rensselear, who bad an invitation to
dioe at the Governor's, began to grow pale.
The gentleman on nis ngni (Mr. rerrj; turned
wbtte slid commenced to tremble. The Sena
tor from Oneida, ws so frightened over the
matter tbat be thought he bad an attack of the
ftver sad ague Laughter.) Now, elr.he looked
upon the action: of tbe chairman of this com
mittee in connection witn that man, whose name
be dared nol mention under ; the rule here
(laughter) wast an insult to ths Legislature
and the distinguished guest that , they had in
vited."' r.- . ; .
All tho speeches he bad made since he bad
left ble bis borne were to the effect that he
wanted to be with tbe people-MoJdlnewith them,
and not to g6 off to private booses. Hshadre
fused to accept the invitation of tbe gentleman
that lives In the Dries, bouse on the corner.
whose nsma it is but of Order to mention here
laughterl-i-and had accepted without anv hesi
tation thai of the Legislature; bat the minority
of the oommlttee, with the other unmentionable
Individual laughter had mad preparations
to take oare of the.Kepublloan President, and
bad turned : over the dogs that follow in his
train to dine with tbe Legislature. Laughter
For one he would not accept any each arrange
ment let them dine with the dogs in tho train
of the President elect that wished to. He had
been brought up In a different way himself
had been accustomed to dino in the parlor.
Laughter. Sir, the programme that had
been published by the minority of tbe oommlt
tee wae directly opposed to tn wtshee of Mr.
Lincoln. Tbe Republicans nao elected a Pres
ident, and the Democratic members were in f a-
or of entertaining him properly, but portion
oi the other side were eiraia or, me expense,
and tbe Chairmen oi the two eommltteea had
now made an arrangement to sneak' him off to
tbe brick bouse anddlue with him themselves,
leaving the balauoe of tbe Legislature to dine
with tbe baggage agents or - mr. .Lincoln.
Lebghter.l ; 0
He blmseif had yielded to the earnest solicits'
tlon Of Senator Ferry and others not to press the
matter funnet in tbe committee, arcer tbey bad
acknowledged that they hid been beaten, and
be (Bergen) bad carried off their President in
the I aoe oi tne executive; out id uotng to ns
did hot suDoose tbat a programme was to be
made tin without consulting tbe oommlttee. He
was satisfied that Mr. Lincoln did hot desire to
be taken off to private borne i and be entertain'
ed b select parties, and have another John
Minor Botts crawl nnder tbe same blanket with
kirn. fLanghter 1 That wae not tho kind of
entertainment tbat tbe rreeioent desired, and
he trusted tbat this Legislature would vindicate
their honor and dignity, and see tbat tbe dletln
sulshed guest wae properly entertained. :
,1UB limu VI ..... W.VBWU Rival
deal of merriment in all parts of the House -Several
of tbe Republican members were seen
making slgnlflosnt nods, as moth ss to sayt
iri - ...k Me al. . IT. n.ti ..i i l m .ma.
"That's rigbt; we want no more Priace of
Wales entertainments.'" ' Ii le really the richest
scene that baa transpired In the Legislature this
winter, and we douoi it tne uxe was ever seen
here before. ' " '4 Uu ."- '
' Mr. Provost 'said that It was' an unpleasant
Am fin him to raise s. Question of orivllege
yesterday. ' He looked Upon thcoaeetloa of
nrivlleee he tbe last resort, tnd only to bo re
1 sorted to when rights could not be obtaioed in
anv other wav. When' bt wad' OPDointed a
member of that Committed he opposed' that ha
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1 wMtotlUsa to some nghis.nsi when ne found
that the chairmen of tbe two oommltteea had
agreed upon a report, and cent it to tbe papers
to be published, he felt that be had been de
prived of his rights, and felt that he could not
obtain his rights in sny other wsy tban by ap
pealing to ths House. He would reply to tne
charges made by the gentleman from Rens
selear in the same language tbat be has .need
himself tbat they were eimply false. Mr.
Prendergast, one of tbe members of ths Com
mittee from ths Republloan aide, had informed
him this morning that bo was not consulted in
regard to the published programme. :
Mr. Ball said tbat be had only one reply to
make, and that was In regard to tbe place of
meeting of the Committee. He was not tbe
ohairman of tbe Joint Committee, and could not
control tbat matter. Tbey did meet In the Ex
ecutive Chamber first, bat afterwards in an
Hsre the matter dropped In the House -
Sparring of Ohio Members.
We publish from tbe Congruiional Olabt a
rery pretty little pieoe of sparring in Congress
among our Ohio members. We publish it, not
only tbat our readere may have the benefit of
it, but to call attention to tbs fact drawn out, or
whioh la really the substance oi tbs whole, vis:
Tbey charge on Mr. Ux that be wag exposing,
for tbe one of the South, certain acts of the
Republicans of Ohio.
' We had eecn sluillsr ohargee In the Republi
can newspapers of ths 8tate against the Demo
orate, bat we could not noderatand the moral
bearing of euoh charges. What havs tbe Re
publioans dons that tbe Democrats should help
them keep it hidden from tbe South, If tbey
have done wrong they should be exposed for the
benefit, not of tbe Soutb, but of tbe people
everywhere. - Recoiled this ie a Government
of tbe people and truth should not be kept under
cover. The truth ie what wo want, North,
South, East and West.
It is also askiog too muoh of the Democrats
of Ohio, that tbey should be called to the wit
ness stand to testify to what is not true, or re
fuse to testify at all, because It would implicate
the Republican party. Silence in such a eise
would be a crime, and in all courts is punish
able for contempt.
If the Republicans sre misrepresented, are
ihey Dot able to fly to the reoord and prove
their innocence? Have they not an army of well
drilled orators, writers, newspapers, snd near
ly all the telegraph news venders, under their
control, to defend themselvesT Do tboy still
call on their Democratic opponents, whom
they do not treat very civilly or courteously, as
abolition aids to hslp them and ws might truly
say, help them out of a bad eorape by refusing
to tell the truth, or still worse, endorse what Is
not true. .
Wo hope to hear no more of Ibis from the
Republloan side. It Is asking too much; more
than tbey bave aoy right to expeot. We have
offered them our services in aa endeavor to
heal up our national troubles and give- tbem
a peaceable four years' lease of the Govern
ment and tbe offices. What more could be ex
pected of net la the history of nations, this
is more than a defeated party ever offered be- f
lore. Acquiescence is one thing, but' to throw
all our weight, activity and labors into the
scale ie qultaenother thing. And how have we
been meit By an open handed friendship by
a willingness to sit down and talk to, or with
us by thai spirit of oonoiliatlon and compro-'
mise tbat is dictated by every -erase bf propri
ety and patr'.otismT no, not a decent regard
for the common otvilitice of life or a doe res
pect for our feelings. . ..,
When we talk about friendship, you reply by
a reference to the gallowel when we point
out the road by which you oan pass In safety.
you cry "traitor!" and when we warn you of
the wrath to come ' by your obstinacy, you talk
about England and Canada, as though yon pre
ferred a monarchy to tbo friendship of your
uemocrauo neignoors and when one of your
oompeers on the poor or ongress Democrat
states the faote, in a disputed case, Just as
tbey exist, yorj turn npon him sad oharga him
with giving information to your discredit and to
ths discredit of your State, Just ss though the
honor and safety of the State depended upon hi
ding from publio view your past history.
Against sueh conduct we protest, and hope
we shall hear no more of it. The "reign of
terror" may oome, and the voice of men may
be silenced, but that time has not yet arrived,
and it is not very probable tbat it will arrive In
oar day, however strenuous may bs the efforts
to onog it aooui. . .,
' This spicy debate will well pay a perusal it
contains tho essence tbat lies at the foundation
of our ruin, and shows, with unerring truth,
who first pushed our ship of State into the boil
log sea of faotion. Now, who will bo the first
to save M None eeem very anxious but that
old war-worn Demooratla party which haa oar
tied" ns safely through ao many dangerous
etralte. TAs Critii, Ftb. SUf. ,
[From the New York Clipper.]
Heenan and Morrissey.
Ws dropped In at one of our Broadway Con
cert Saloons, on Thursda y evening, the 31st alt.,
sad among tbe throng tbera present, noticed two
men who bad been the subject of much conver
sation and discussion during the past year or two.
uoe or these was John tteensn, the other,
John Morrlasey. Tbey 'were seated at seme
ittle distance from each other, and when their
eyes met for the first time, It wae easily to be
seen tbat a bitter and mutual dislike existed be
tween tbem. Tbe glance tbat passed wae but
mcmeutary, yet there wae no mistaking Its im
port) a sort' off "tread on my coat tail," or
"knock a chip of my hat,'! if yon wish a fight.
In tbe presence of each other,boih men ssemed to
be somewhat nneasy. Soon, Heenen, with afew
friends, lert bis place, and proceeded to the bar
room, where, with a number of others he met
there, bo called for drlukg.' He bad not been
there long, when Morrlssey Bko entered, and
approaching tbo bar, called to the bar-keeper to
give him a drink. . A oouple of friends, - whom
he met there, were Invited to Imbibe with htm,
which they did. : -; - ' - " - ' ;
Thus they stood tbe Ohamplon and tho ex
champion, tbe victor at Varoborough-and the
vlotor at Long Point within a few feet of each
other, and it only needed a word on either side
to bring about tbe rupture which basso Jotg
threatened to oreac out oetween tbe two men
and tbelr partisans. Tbey drank at tbe same
bar, caet wicked and omioout stance at each
ether, but neither commenced the overt aea. and
tbe friends or tbs two cbampions maintained a
resDectful bearing toward each other: One lit
tle word on either tide, one Single word of i ho
tile Import, end tbe two men might bsve been
oreolpltated into' a deadly struggle. ' Neither
showed the least sign of fcari on the contrary.
the eonntenanoe oi each man wore ap espres Ion
or contempt ana scorn. Ac tney came toger
so they separated, and on ' the lo!lowtg day
Ueenan ioob nis eepanuro lor new Urieanc.
It ie tbe opinion ot those "in the rice" that
Heenen wlil not retire from the pusillstio arena
until he has had a chance of meeting: hia old
opponent once more. ' Many have ' been of tbe
opinion that tbe two would bare oome together
are this, out oiorrissey ooes not consider it" 'bis
lay" ; to issue a challenge; be offered to give
leenan a meeting; when tbe latter1 bad conclud
ed bis match with Styers. ' If Reenan desires
another meeting, ths friends of Morrlssey eon-
tend tbat the challenge most oime from Uee
nan, and we agree with them ' fu this .view of
ths case. ; No doubt a proper sort of Challenge
would meet with a ready respsnse from Morrls
sey, and until tuob. a challengo emanates from
the Boy, there is little probability of a fresh
matt-. . -... -, . . ; '.' , ;
V CITY tUSK OP COLUtBUS.rr
mHR rOLLOWIItQ OIIAHOEI WEHB
L made In the the qflleere of thle Bank, January tuth.
1841, to wit: WM. A. rcarr, rreeiaaas, ana Tawa-S
Moooin.Ca.hler, Mtlgoeu trmoee. Davit T-u a.
Bto., waa ib otteiooted t reaWeol and Wa. A. fi-TI tt
... Li '
ItbS, tasi-dtf. . W A. FLAtTYOeehlor.
U-ACSA HIUW OINm A"BI 1 Si
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t - ra.,Kw i.,iMi.THt. -" ,
.ots - ' - -. -4htteutcs
KNAPP 4 OO.'S
From and after this date we shall
REDUCE , THE PRICE
OF OUR WINTER 000D9
TWENTV FIVE PER 'CENT,
IN OSDCk TO NASI 100M VOS ODS
Oar assortment is still good,'
and it is known to every .
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
we ARE DETERMINED TO SELL, !
130 DO NOT
a ... i :
' CHEAP STORE 0'
n ' - ." - -m "At.i V ' t-. m''iT .
k n a p p;;& o o
: SOUJH HIGH STREET,
I V. ' .f 1...' 11! 1' ') 'il'l - ) r ', .
o n I O e
S Ton of Featbera and
- i ..... ,ll. .L.J K, ,
SO Tons at
Nos. h 38 & 40, Nrth High St.
HAVING MOVED INTG iir -l.
1 .0ATE ' ' '
' n ii MY"1 " iaot ,
f .nt WHILB BOTH; HATJr.;yCEN . ,
REPLENISHED ; .THROUGHOUT
I ' .WITH if ui.-j : e!i
New . Types,; Borders,' Ornaments, ''&c
raOM TH OILIB&ATKD- T0TJ1TDBT OF
C T. WHITS A CO- ITEW .' TOBX
1 thtjb iui5 n vp. T; I .
Most Completo ," Establishment
'.'.'; .IN, JOITT, ; " '
I am' now prepared to Ixecute all Ordsrs tor
BOOK AITD JOB
And la tie ost Approved Ityle of the Art .
, . . 1 " . ' t .v
fc"jiTioiniA Jt ATTtimoR paid to - .
MERCANTILE vAND HAIIROAD
i a 1 to 5? x asr a-
Bllle of Lading, . Clrcalare,
If lit stwaaae aiaaai, uovaei
... f!artlfi ataa. -.. -' -.-. At Laea Iota. .
: Da-ay XicHeU, 4toKlalfra,
H0W."CAlI) lit1 piLIS -"COLORS,
WOTIS. ,-,,.T I
' WWT.flWS. 0 :0
IUnstxalea rShow Bills,
Shaw Bills', Hand Uts; Isbeis, Ooneert Pro
traJimoa, School ana. vousn Boaemes, o-.
tet Bills ef rare,i -tviUtiojia Ae. . '
" . - - - - j '''. .
,1,' ,",OFi EVERT. DESCMfTtON 7.
Bolisot and-CoUan Catalofuse, ' ''.'.. J
v. . Mlsaauaasaoi, -amph-Ha, ) . .
" Constitutions, Reports, BrUfc, As
"' ' '' " -nT i
Printing :: Jtti: QoiaiiSKl. Cort
11 A .
'.'.'. iri-ta' la 'VrjMeB;ai.
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' The only rrees of the Had ta Central 0)
Hy adltlee fcs doing any anlaO Of ta'a'daiarlp''v-
on of work, ma bow B-unassed, and s-'.ac-ja J
fry" All work ( ihedpro-pttytyth f!mer--'
BICBA 0 Bi-.
t 1 ., .,.
2 sf aH"jf a-tS-4
ii rr Trrvrrn irrvw rnw .
traordlnary sores by ssy , 3 - ,
I... . "jiT .;.v.v.- Mi, . -AH.i4.-j
They an at hoa.as . i ....
emlre ef tUpanwbehave toene-Mbg It, 1
KtTSX- IB VSIWisnn le in na m
IH08I WHO HIKD BIS lUDIOAKB . '
ATTlIfD TO TOtTR AfltTit a J a
landing eared by PB. KZIiuHV PoIOBl SY-iiP.
mm. jnnl nr. .
Ss. Ksna tUr wl bi in a-s ih . ai
"J!? T bewthlnir, tor St or ete fan,
wbleh , for sereral years back, bad gradually Inereaoedla
violence. J be oomplalo t has been hereditary, and aha
bed beea treated by Seenm pbyeics wtiM-.aBy n-
in."uawnn nor see, I prooared eo ef yow
Peetoral Ooush S.ran. I boachL tha t u- . an.
eent bottle, , which isliend ber very much ; I then sailed
v V1 u" wDwa earen ner ranrerr. and
U has now ao trans of the former dlaraaa,e mt waak
neas. I won Id also eiat (hat I need the medMan my
eelf tan cold and songh. the nWietne enred me by uk
lagenndoM I esprees my eaUre eatWVUoa with tte
medkUM, and yon are at liberty to pablMh Iha tf yon
deelre todoeo. WM. WILBOSi.
.-. Annan Jib Ward.
.7 " ' " 'rrTsmow, Wow. J9. tflga.
9a. Kirtn tAlthongh net an a4 wata W Pat-it
H edlr-eet In general, It affords me pleaeare Indeerilbs
ble to reconim end year Feeee. Syrny. At s adjoin e
It Is well worthy the attention of any person ihatl In
any. manomt bs sflleted with ooavlu, noldeaad hnweeiiaa
of anv Bind, and for tbs pmii r qoalimUooe for re
moving all that disagreeable sensation attend a te
vereoold. ' ' . j-1 . .1;
I bare been, more er leea. In my Ure, Tee'ed with the
ssverest of colds and bbarseneei. At Umes ssy throat
would beoome to el. sed aa to nravent mveneaklnc aboea
wuur. s wj niu g a lew wiwm ei I aeev ntnp
In oommendlne this medlda e, t must unl it sltaUi ir
say that It la Has beet remedr 1 ever tend. uiui. "
oan w aoove. nor enonia aoy mm y be i
remedy fordls eaeei sa preral ent. '
. . lonre. most reepeeslly, .-,
IDWABDJ. JONi, '
' ' .1 Ceaai w Clt eai' -q-tltBa&a-
." 4 instant tM,0.', illr9
I have ai ed Dr. Keyeer1 Oongh Snip rare bad eeagh
of several yearn standg. and can afaeerfally say u Is
the beat medio s for the same that I have ever t.sen
COL. tRATT AND SB. SET81 00 Ii
STBCP. Dn. Ksvua bear Sir Sia e lb 4elas of
my a iwle dglag tbeezealleoo of yow Ptotoral Coagfa
ojnip eooner. I u gra pnan Mr aayug Bat It a
aU on nay It Is. M tnodbed tta oae eM of sty amp
aod the worst one I wae ever afflloted li I bare net
ueelmai aa an M of the battle. and I eaa and do
wish that all who are afllioted woald give It as fair a trial
is I hare clone, and y will be praod to aay.'-Xltoao
e.oaok nmdloin." 1 would see soger aaother eneh aa
attack for aoy eoaeid erailon, or at any eoet. I am eon
adeotlaan breathe more freoly than Ia did ; Au
always aefcaewledg e debt of gratltnda for Invent gee
Hnuivi . way u miw m iiDvny w nee my nam
In th Ie regnrd, ae yon thh. pruyer jLy.raatT.
- Sleeeenger Common OoaaetL ftlUbunh. Fa
;Plttsonrjh,May 11, UW. - -- T
' - a asa na stranan t my lelleweil Inn-am I
who atartalo doubu oan con: nlt aa personally.
-i , - .t.f.
P"we. Aprtl S4.18ST.
' felAD TBI THTJT-. Ba. man Ihaenndnagh
etr who baa taken several medic e for a bad sough,
wlthont broeflt among them Aysr's Cherry Pectoral.-
two -based frees yon a betU af your BOtOkAL
8YBUP, and before sh bad used balf a bottle aba wa
relieved. I be seoond bottle eared bee enttrsly of Aer
sough.-- -. JOHH.A-Uf,
Eobinson street, Allegheny.
'7 PiTnacaen, Demosr, 3L 18SJ,
A OBI AT CURB BIT II u. KtliMK'i riCTO-AL
ft SUP. I lire In Peebles lowaohlp, AlUfheny eonnty.
I had a tough g and spitting, which eomme wd aaoat
the 4th of gebraary last, and eontln nad eight anoths. I
employed the .beat pbyete ta la th aouatry, a my
oough oontin ued nnabated until early in October. At
tbat time I was advised to try you PSOTOBA L COCOH
8IBUP,whlohIdid,asdaftarI bad taken oo beule I
was entirely free from the aoathii and spittlo m . I had
despaired ef erer gettlog well, and I ink, it ekonH be
known that this v
valuabl a needy will do for others what
Ithasdonalnmy case .
JOnJI 0. LItlLB,
i Wltneee . M. Bran.
PiTTOS Tp.. Attrll t 1A5.
A WONDERFUL CtTBa Soma Usm Sfo, aa eld
neighbor of mint was very 111 with a bad eoogh which
every one supposed to be eons option. filtewSMIves
tM ssa that as and lakem every aamedy they heard ef
wil Mt beoeStt his broihir seme to eee him die. and mil
were oob rm ed In thehal 4f that ssenld.aaa Un. I
bad ebon I the third of a boula f yoar Pectoral grap.
wdiob t ga i oima i enoreiy onrea n t, 10 lot ea b-
wnmeni 1 niu- svaet 1
Is Iht utrama age of tha man, bebclog about elly years
on. a oaT no ann ue reoconu btoo am Ufa. J
-- i ;w :a Jtatwspjifn.
tlft. -ETSIR'S TBCTOBAL STRUP W rifR4-
TILLB .-.pieaaa send m aaolher rapely ( ywoevai a-
sble "Pectoral Syrap." Almost everybody area d as
has the cold and art Inquiring for "Dr. Keyaer's Pec toe
Syrap. ' . Wa bave sold sixteen bottles met weak , sad are
now entirely out. Mr. A. Alter aad r. P. Ma ber, both
of Blalrsvl le. Pa , tell SS they would net be with ant It
la their fern lilt. la met, all who aaa llanos want it
go-ta, fsspectfully. -
3. a. wirmene a, fenwa
I January 30. J06O..' ,m-0 .3,1.1
'OTH-B TtW 0RTIPrCAT-: tfitt-S'S
PIOTOBA.SY-UPW had hseauwabledwr-aaoa-i
and told tor ae iral weeks te bad waa It that I toald aet
sleep. 1 had theadvtot and pfeeorlptlaaa feet ebreeef
thabeetpaytfelansla thaty. whom leoaldaam,bide
not da so. I noally pr ured a bottle of yoar Pattaral
Byrap, Which sored saa en-rely. '' Blrned, - ';
r 9J8 Uberly street, Pittiborgh. f., 0,l8W.
. (..! J J !: i mmmmm e:of -
"STOP rBArpOTJOHINa." 'Dow aaa I d Itr "Oo
to Kr wr'i on Wood street aad get a bottle of nis Ooogfe
PeatetaLaad I? V" -- T 1 TTW ttm , mm
deepeiate .la deed. . Ibis U sspeoim ea of the oolleqny
one bears s oet evwry day In told eatc hlrg- parted ef
th nrnxj- Aad wa can. feeti aaiaal aaro a r-
fotly aonoar In tha ad riser1, adaoaltaoa a abvva, lor we
mv trKd ta -Teesoiai," ta a meet oinbsira. awn, with
eattraeaoeeee. Bear twa Weeke aaa wwwat ttPluebargh,
with an f lb mot dietrea sing, aontrary, mulleb. aa
saoanaow aoagna we OTer expenenoea e oe oar aaveal
a tble mnndane epber. W ewubed tbndllj
wubed tendll 1
-borlonely fcr aaa wnolaw- -Menaaof itrtmc!
bnlMeamaagtv la-tbat It seemed nuhar s tavaSar
ppeeed by pmouoa.aaa ta hart aoaulrtd eueoetb.petan
ey aad mUlrniMUty by tha operation. ' It i eta gof
the ales, wtwaibed ear way m -evwrKa. Ada We St.
proeaieda flfly aeat bottle, ag a)PemH' took St
aoaaMlo sa alreatMM, aaa - loriy gu Boar we were
aenr if afteld, tbnaiy,1hi'rliig Ocditliinally
eureadend, after a brief bot baequal'totiSlei With it
tormldabte an adnary ae -weoH mo oo .Oeaah
Pcc-ral." .tuiMarts fHajiwevtt, U,.tt-.
,r.M l.iu?ie ., a r-tittva-jr
UK -XTSBRt PBCtTOBat. STRIJ? -tiiSQsd Mid
eold k r eBOBSA A. U1K Ida V- aan
Jj. r sua PI yoi-avae oy ausfif p ,.
Tni(IIi- ItEllIIDT.ii w t -9J
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Prepared and sold by , , f r
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HO V t-Pit-bargh, Pa.
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U Boll la Oelamcae kg -0BXM9 It AJfOL.
otkTlViaia im 1 -. -
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.v,--m--;".w 1 cotcsck, Ohio.
HATBSi HAND Ar WHOIMITB
wt Betell, 1MK'T KTAPLB .ai)0IBIK,
rwC salt, tba cofrsa, n har, tosaoco,
:'au., sto. arc. -vur stoca t i o-'.e j n inmil la
..t rjltWedaHn tn e Ial i. ir.it4.
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j-..i. wbirAartnoeanw.cj, jicaeela
Miotiity' wr.- tn,-i -tw.n eMR
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