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" COLUMBUS; OHIO. MONDAY EVENING. MARCH L 1861.
yOL'VIL NO. 230. NEW SERIES.
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MIX TAI-WEEEXY ABB WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBLISH) B AffP PBOPBIKTOBB.
IQ OffiM Sot. 0, 88 tad 40, North Hifch St.
TERMS INVARIABLT IN ADVAN01.
Dally ' $8 00 per yar.
By the Carrier, per week. U)
ftl-WesMy ... SO
0 per Tear.
, Weekly, , , 1 00
Advertising- by iba "quar.
neaquaie lyaj...90 00
One " V moLttai IB 00
Oae " 0 month! IS 00
Jr. " . 3 monihi 10 00
joe 3 month! 8 00
Jn " 1 month. S 00
On. hum 9 weeks.. 4 00
On. " , whUm 3 00
On. " 1 week... 1 7$
On " 3 days... 100
On. " 8 days... 73
On. " llniertlou SO
Diei'layed advertliimmts half nor than th! above
Advertisements leaded and plaoed la th solumnef
ii. il Notloei," dtmbU tit ordinary rat-
A ll iiuttcei require to b published by law, legal rata.
I(iirJer?d on the Inelde exclusively after the flrit week
per cent, mnr than the abov ratei; bat all mob wll
tppeiir In th Trl-Weekly without charge.
Business Cards, not exceeding fir line!) per rear, In
il de, tii 50 per line; outride J.
Notlcci of meeting!! charitable ooletles, fire oompanl,
to., half price.
All trantlent adtrthmnt4 mutt 04 paid Or to
S (Vane The rule will not be varied from. '
Weckly.iame prlc nth Dally, where th advertiser
sesthe WeeklyaVn. -Wbr fh Bally an Weekly
a re botE 'uted, than th charge lrth. Weekly will b
mil th rate of Die Dally
No adrertiaeraent Uken woept for a definite period.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
t Corner Spring & Water It..,
O olixxxxToxxia , Olxlo.
W. B. POTTS & CO.,
n 1 Uuunfactareri of Brai and Oompotltlon Oaatlngl,
Finlihtd. Bras! Work of all DeacrlpUonf.
Electro Plating and Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTING, &C.
ftbl Wdly . .
F. A. B. STTrTrnHS,
Attorney t Xj-w
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
OfB'ie Amu-i Building, oppoilte Capitol Square.
Machine Manufacturing Company
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Ositlngi, KUl-Oftarlng, Mathlnory .
or crcir DCBCkirrioH
. , tJOI.UlTIHCS, UMlt.
OHAS. AM BOB, gnft ' T. AMB08,(Trai.
doe II, 1858-tf
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolia!
Throttgh to IndiaDaoolis without Change of CarB
- and bat One Change of Care between
Columbns and St. Lonla.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM-
r ' (Dally, Monday! excepted.)
NIOHI EXfllkSS, via Dayton, at B:i3 a. m.,ltop
ulna at london, Xenla, Dayton, Middletown and Hamil
ton arrlTlng at Olnclnnatl at8:0a. m. Dayto. at S:
a. m., Indlanopoliiat 10:48 a.m.; lit. Louli It 11:50
V m: , . SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, at 8:10 a. m., itopplnr at all Sta
tloni between Oolumbu and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
rtTlng at Cincinnati 11:02 a. m., Dayton at 0: IS a. m.,
iDdianopolti at 3;'M p. m
DAT KXPBK89,at S:30p. m., itopplng at Alton,
JeOenon, London, Cbarleton, Oedarrlll, Xenla,
gprlni Valley, Corwln, Morrow. Deerfleld, Foiter'a.
Loreland, MllKordand Plalnyllle, arrlTlng at Cincin
nati at 7:30 p. m.; Bt. tonla at IS m; Dayton at 5 35 p.
ia.; Isdianopoliiat 10:3)1 p. m.
Sleeplnir Care an all Nlffht Trains to
5tncinaU and ladianavaUa.
BAGGAGE CHECKED TUBOBGHe
lor furtfur Ir.fonnatlon and Throngh Ticket, apply to
- - - - U Ib DOHKBTYi
Ticket Agent, Union Depot. Oo lumbal, Ohlo
Such articles as yon dttirt for your HUSBAND
Such ai you nttd for your WIIB
Buchaaanyroper for your PATJOHTSB.'
Such a your BI8TER will pralt you for. ',
Buoh si your BROTHER eanvM.
Bnch as you want fos T TBI ON" TOD tOTS BIST
Bach as will be jooi for th. "t BUSSED BABY."
Bucb a oil tt for, , "..
Ma ha found la varlotr. In my new stook of
WATOIIEH. CHAINS.' JEWELRY.
: PLATED GOODS,
And general anortment of
Taney and Useful Articles.
, t Ha 10 Bncfcr Black
ember, I860. -. i. . .. -
, :. , Just Seeslvedl , . v -
-nv nr. en GKEEN and BLACK
lUUVAiAS 100 bage prhaa Bl Oont..
150 pocketa old Dutch Government J era Coffee. .
1 11 bain Ceylon OofTe. -
gObbi. itandard Whlto Began, ooaahltog of Pow
dred, Ohruihed, OraMlated A and B Ooffe. i ,
60 eulutali Oaorg. Bank podflrt.
SO bbli. Men and No. 1 Mackerel.
5 tea. Pick Salmon. '
100 bv Wer Haulm.
AO bi. bos do . .. do . . . ,
100 qr. boa do d. .
100 ai Olgara, different brands snd tradei.
nor7 WH, McDONAtD.
skalcm m tarroatn snd domistio
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... AN1 IAN0T, ABTICXXI
No. llEat State BlrCet, between High and
the Poit-Omce.OoinmDna, wiwi ocw:doa
VVntTK 'WHEAT, BBAIf DED .
from "Barnett Mills," Bprlngneld, 0.-h. beitbrondof
V lonr brouaht to our Burnet. bmiiimiih"i
Voraal only at WM. McBONAUJ'B,
OOTU7 " 108 Bouth High stnrt.
a r ill !. nr.AflJE KIFRIPtOSt
I J Cism flBS. UUESw Mll.H.1, and all
kinds ot fashionable
Winter Dresa Grooda.
w are now offering otveiT Jric;v,.
aelv r, ( Ho.98othHUjhtre.t.
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MANYPENNY ic MILLER,
PDBUgniM OHIO STATISMAJ.
FOR v CLUBS!!
)No. 4 Qwynne 331ook.
A. P. STONE & O'HABRA.
ABE NOW RECEIVIKQTHE1H Win.
Iia 000DB, and lnrltt th. publls to lnipeot
them. No such etock of Geodi haa ev.r been brought to
thii market. Th South, In ooniequenc of th fallura
of th grain crop, ha not been able to pnrchaa th u
al quantity of rich goods, and tola faot has forced th.
Importen to loll them at publlo auction. Our buyer
(Mr. Stone) being In New York at the, iarg sales, took
adrantajt. of them, and we can and will aell onr goods
ban, at le than any on. who purchased two week! slnoe,
paid for them in New York. Our itock Is complet In
every department of
ELEGANT DRES9 SILKS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day,
A ana hall tha Cast af Impaitatlon.
In all Varletlee, ai the Celeoratea
ITIanafatnre ai C. . nn :
, there Ot Han.
Msn'fcLadlss and Ohlldnn's TJndr Bhlrti ssd Bnwsrij
Ladles, nines and Chlldren'i Hosiery of all kinds, In
Wool and Lamb's Wool; Jleecy lined and OottonQloTei
of ry make. (:..
A : complete assortment or all tne usual varie
ladies andOent'i Linen Cambrio Hand
kerchiefs, AO., &o.
Io rertODi who eall on , w. stodgs our word! to
Ib.w them th largeat, belt aud cheapen itock of Qoodi
ever seen in ton maraei, or pay uies vu sunn n"
hour whl . look og. . ,
Seol-iliyxtawitw. - - wvm " u n""
a OLDEN M1S.L SHIHTS,
t. QOLDSN HILL BU1KTB.
, .. . . nni.DkN HILL SHIRTS.
rtn, ura af thMa ahlrtaanasw. XhaBodUs. Yokes,
r . . . . i ,c
sleeve, anu soaoma ai .v h. ww pnw iw
and oomfort. Ih. mark upon each on. dedgnaUog the
its. may b relied oo a! being cornet, and each ahirt Is
narantMd waU made. . A nil I took ot sll qualities
oosatantly for sal. at .
Watches and Jewelry.
a aVwivst AaaoBTIEHT'Or WATCH
Aes, Olocks,Jewlry, BUvenrmn, Ac, kept conitant
yon hand at
'! " Vo. 165, South High Btreot, Columbus, 0.
vrj Walchea sad J mretry npama.
FANCY PHBSS 8ILK8
IANCY DBKBB SILK8, -.
"v nBugg gTXKB.
w wm aw ImIm ir Inmenaa atook of f auCV Pre
Bilks at prlc leas than v befon offend la this etty.
The .ttentloa of th ladles of this elty and vicinity
aolklud, as onr itock la very select and complete i in all
gradeaof gooda Is this Un..' PBI1IBBAIN,
' Afar Medical Fisrpasee.
PUM BB ANDDIE 9, WINJ 8. CORDIALS, ARB Bit
A. m,iroin -uonara w.rtntro - -
I ,,.T,.,.Tr, , WM. McDONAI.O, ' '
BQV9T - ion south High street.
r ALTEsK TUKUn LACK MITTS
iU of .legant quailOn IvrLacfiaia, UIum.' Witts
STW VBravcj-rfj; c,,,, fly
Ji) . i. u .1)1 k
Nos. 30, 38 & 40, North Hirfi St.
HAVING MOVED INTO MY
MT "' '
BOOK I JOB DEPARTMENT!
WHILE BOTH HAVE BEEN
New Types, Borders, Ornaments, &c
FB0M TBI 0SLBVBAT1D V0U1TPBT Of
C. T. WHITE & CO., NEW TORE.
TEXTS MAKUa IT TEX - ' ; ' ,
Most Complete Establishment
; IN THE CITY.
I am now prepared to Xx scute u Orders for
BOOK AND JOB
And la th Host Approved Style of th Art.
'' PARTICULAB ATTINTION PAID TO ' ,
MERCANTILE AND RAILROAD
Bill af Lading-, Circulars,
asiia neau, . , uianai, areeo.t
Certificate. . Heceint..
Draw TictteU, ' , Kegl.ter,
HOW CARDS & BILLS itf COLORS,
CHECKS, - '
. CARDS, -
Illtistrated Show Bills,
FOR COUNTRY' MERCHANTS,' '
Show Bills, Band Bills labsln, Concert Fro
gTafflmss, sonool and Collage Sonsmw, Ho-,
tel Bills of Tar, Invitations, As.
OP KVEET DESCRIPTION
School and Colletr Catalog-tie,
i i tt
, ;. iKiseeuansous ramDhUts.
. .:. i : c... Coostitations, Beports, Brlalt, A
Printing in Gold and Colon
Frinted la Every Color on a
; ' i . - k 1 k .
Y Th only Frsss ot th kind in Central Ohio.
My facilities for doing any ana an or tne boot, a atari p
ttonsof work. sr. new snnrpaiMd, aad SAUataatkawUl
p. gnaranwea m au
0AU work furmilisd prarrftJy J7 th Unrs errmissd.
Dally, per year.
Home is Where There's One to Love Us.
Horn'! not manly fear aqnar walla,
Tneogh wlin plotarei bang and glided; J
Home la nher Aotlon call ;
i filled With ahrinn th Heart has bulldd;
Honul fOWichtbfaittfatdoT. ;
Home U when there'! on. to love
Horn U whir, tain's on. to lor. ui.
Homt'i not merely root and room,
It nseda lomethmg to endear It;
Bom. I whr tb heart can bloom
1 Wttei. thin'a tome kind Up to oheer It I
- What i bona with, nan to mt1
. Mon to welcome, .one to greet tut
. Com. li iwt and .olyswMt
i Wktr there'i one w lor to meet ui I
The Sixth Sense.
I was afjloj stndesi at school, a young ambi
tious lad of sixteen, somewhat borne spun, but
strong in uprightness, snd coubcIoui ot power.
My dear father was sick, and gradually under
going that metempsychosis which the shallow
thinker calls death. Ii was a stormy day In
January 1 the snow bad fallen two feet deep, and
I started for my borne, eight miles distant. My
father bad written to me that be wanted to see
me; he wanted to give me injunction .Iter In
junction, not to forget my duties to him, and tbe
oare of his wife my mother. He need not
have sent it. I could not, I never can, forget
him or her. His desire to see me, growing out
of a feeling tbat he might at any hour "pass
onward," and to give me counsel, was natural,
but not necessary. But his slightest wish was
law to met and I started for home, as I have
said, on foot. Weary walk this drudging in ao
unbroken snow path. Before I reached the door,
I thought my body wonld tire out completely;
but it did not I accomplished it. i
I ate my supper, chatted awhile with my pa
rents, and went to bed in my old bedroom. My
father and mother I left In tbe kitchen, gratified
at my arrival, and proud of me.
I fell asleep, awoke, rose and dressed myself,
oame Into to kitchen, took a seat between my
father and mother. They looked surprised,
acd asked why I left my bed.
Said I "Has nobody been here since I went
"Well," replied I, "there mil somebody
come, and tbat Is why I left my bed at least I
have dreamed there would, and my dream is no
Illusion to me, bnt a fierce reality."
My father smiled, as if Incredulous; yet said
he asked no better or braver defender than his
boy. 'At this instant my mother, a very cau
tious woman, beard a rap at tbe door, and step
ping to it, as I supposed, to Inquire who was
there, and. wbat was wanted, but instead, open
ed tbe door, and la came a terrible gust of snow
the night was hideous and with them ih
marched a woman, -1
She walked half way from the door to the
fire when she discovered me. and I evidently
took her aback bv my presence. I saw tbe
creature of my dream. I knew that I was des
tined to a struggle, and I grew In strength as
I looked at my dear father and mother. She
tockacbsir, turned ber back to tbe fire, and
seated herself la tho shadow. I kept my seat
and appeared to give no attention to ber. '
'Wbo are your' inquired my latnsr.
"What's that to Tout" said she.
"Everything, if you are going to stay In my
noose, notning ir you are not."
"Wbat if 1 will not tell your'
"Then you must leave my house."
"Leave the bouse!" exclaimed she: "I should
ilk. to see anybody try to put me out." -
"Wbat it 1 call my men, and tnrow you out.
neck and heels?" . -
"You have not got any men; they have all
"How do you Know T
"I Inquired at the last house on th road be
fore I oame here. It Is Saturday night, and I
was told tbat jour laborers all went home, and
tbat you lived alone."
1 sianced at my fattier, tie was pale, but
hia courage ebbed not a whit. He, helpless, not
able ii get out of hi chair, surmised strange
occurrences, for be bad received not lew than
eighteen hundred dollars that week from large
wheat tales, and be saw wbat was before blm.
Tbla bag was either a decoy, or a man in dis
guise, wbos object was robbery. I could se
tbat an tbis wt rapidly passing tbrougn my
father' mind, but it did not bow blm the ninth
part of an lucb. So I waa (till, as if I sus
pected nothing but a war of word. The hag
bad an old quilted bood, and an old bombasine
cloak, whlob reached to her feat, and was belted
about tbe waist.
"Yon are a woman?" said father.
"Of course I am; what do Too ask that ques
"Have you a husband?"
"Where does he live?"
"Well, then, if you have a husband, why do
yon not live at home, Instead of eaddlnc about
on inch a night a tbis, fit only for fltodt to b
"Why do n't you set th North River on fire?"
said she, leaping from ber chair, and springing
10 my lamer at tne oaca sin. 01 my ouair, and
biasing through her teeth, "I'll teach you why I
My mother scretmed and ran; my father
mad an ineffectual attempt to g.t out of th
way, but instantly yielded, resolved to lake
what awaited him; and I was out of my seat as
quick as the bag, and as she passed me oo her
way to grapple witn my ratner, 1 struck ber
with my fist a blow under the ear, wbloh, but
for her cotton hood, would bare knocked her
down; a it was, 11 daggered ber, and gave me
lira to get tn cnair out ot tbe way, and
gather for a fight.
en recovered, ana loosing at me lor a mo
ment, said i aa If in soliloquy , v , ,
"Us. you choose to orosa my path, do you?
Well, see if I don't settle with yon pretty
quickly i" and thrusting ber band into ber cloak,
made a motion as u sue would draw a dagger.
in intention maaoenea me, and it brouttbl
foam to my lips. I struck bsr half a dosen
blows, a quick a lightning. She lot her dag
ger go, and clenched me. Her grip satisfled
m tbat I bad found my mtcb-aje, more, in
treofttb, and tbat my skill as a boxer, and my
almost unparalleled emmy as a wrestler, must
aavm, a bad learned pugilism t aolever
English tesoher.and as to wrestling, . to that
day 1 bad never be.a thrown down. I knew
wben 1 tell tbe grip tbat t was dealing witb a
man. I felt that my father and mother w.re
relying upon me, and as 1 said beior,. grew
stronger. i . . -t . ;
A.W struggled, gasped, ana lot loose, struck
and, parried; clenuhad and wrestled -till, after
various alternate, w found ourselves el what
wrestlers eau a atda-aaia.v. i got tn under
arm and Utted him (for be-wai no !lorger ktr"
threw my leg - round his, abd turned him. .H
full on th floor like a loav-4 Intended to break
his bones, but h unhooked hi cloak It' had
been unbuckled In the struggle and leaped up
like a oat. I struts; mm neiur n was balanc
ed, staggered him, grappled my left hand In bis
tbroat, and struct: mm again, cauea on my
mother to open tn door, and a ah did so.
pushed and kicked him out. He swor that he
would be the death of me. 1 told blm to leav
iha State, or I would send the Sheriff after him
so, shutting th door in hi face, I returned
to my rawer.- -'' '-ma
flow let your uouDter ten me now i cam
to see this matter beforehand? thii hooded,
cloaked man. a had tssn and heard bit threats
to my father, and struggled with . him . in my
rirum. btfor be oame w the bouse, ana bad
awakened and left my bed, to go and see .to my
father's safety, and again conquer him In the
kitchen. AU the main feature of th occur -
r.no wsr mad known to m bfor they
transpired, and by th impression they made on
rn. enaoiea me, aouvt my p
.Mats' UWS. :-j'.'r.'.Tfl a'aiS v."m j i r:l
1 i .a''"-. a.,u... r.i. .7 ??:-.'. s i
More Good Puddings.
vcuuiuu. ruooina. jsane common sponge
aao m nat oonomea puaoing disn. (sever
al may be prepared at on time, as thev are
quite as good when a few days old, and very
dry.) Wben desired for use, cut it into sixths
or eigths, split each piece, butter them, and re
turn tnem to incur places in tbe dish. Make a
custard with four eggs to on quart of milk,
season and sweeten to the taste, and pour it over
tbaoake. Bake half an hour. The cake will
swell abd fill the custard.
Comae Poddwo. Stir well together, 1 pint
ot uour, a teaspoon mi oi uuiter, 2 eggs.t tea
spoonful of soda, 3 teaspoonfalls cream tarter,
snd on teaspoonful of sweet milk. Put in a deep
pan, ana oaxe nau an Hour, serve up witb
sauce made to taste.
Whiat Flocs Pdddino. Very nice. For
bakiKff, us 1 quart ot milk, 9 eggs, 9 table
spoonfuls of flour, and 1 teasooonful of aalt.
For bailing, 1 quart flour, 1 quart milk, 5 eggs,
a seaspooniui ot salt. . r
How a Yooao Girl was Maasiio The Lou
isville Couritr relates the following:
A girl, aged about fourteen years, was united
in tbe bonds of matrimony to the man of her
ohoice a day or two since, at the Oathrlght
House, in tbis oity. It was a tuoaway matcb,
and the parties eloped frotn Indiana The man
ner in which they evaded the law is rather euri-
ous, and yet, we are told, that it was done. Tbe
law of Kentucky requires tbe woman to have
arrived at tbe age of twenty-one years, or bave
the consent of ber parents or guardian. Tbe
girl ohose a euardlan a sentleman of this
oity kindly consented to act In tbis oapacity
ne gave n is consent, and tbus license was legal
ly obtained, and they were married. A the
sympathies of mankind are with young persons
who wsnt to put their beads In the marriage
noose, it I easy to get a guardian for any girl
who elope. This being the case, Louisville
will probably become the Oretna Oreen for our
A laughable circumstance once took dace
upon a trial In Lancashire, where Mr. Wood was
examined as a witness, Upon giving his name
Uttlwell Wood tbe Judee. addresslne the
reverend parson, said: "Pray, Mr. Wood,.bow do
you spell your name?" Tbe old gentleman re
plied: "U double T,
I double U,
Upon whioh the astonished lawyer laid down
his pen , saying it was the most extraordinary
name he ever met with in his life, and after two
or three attempts, declared he was unabe to re
cord it. The court was convuUed with laughter.
If the footmarks of a sood horse tbat has
galloped over turf be measured, it will be found
tbat In every stride bis tour feet bave covered
a space of twenty two-feet. If, in eold blood, he
be very gently cantered at a common aheD hur.
uie, wiiuout any aitcn on oae side ot it or tbe
other, it will be found that ho has cleared, or
ratber b baa not been able to help clearing
from ten to twelve feet. In Egypt, an antelope,
obassd by hounds, on coming suddenly to a
crack or crevice In the eround, caused bv the
heat of the sun, has been observed at a bound
to clear thirty feet, and yet on approaching a
nign wan, tne same animal, Slackens bis pace,
.top for a seoond, and then pops over It.
' A Scotch Minis tee was once ordered "beef
tea," by his pbysleian. Tbe next day, the patient
oompiainea mat it naa maae mm sick. "Why,
minister, I'll try th tea mysel'." So. nuttW
tome In a skillet, he warmed it, and told the
minuter it was excellent. "Man," says the
minister, "is that tbe wav ve euoit?" "What
ither way should it be suppitt It's excellent,
l say, minister." "it mav be ends that wav.
oocior out try u wr tne cream and suear.
mam try it wr mat, ana men see boo ye like
1 1 i
There are nibe English, two French. ,
Spanish, and four German daily papers in San
Francisco. There are twenty two weeklies.
whereof eighteen are .English, three French,
and on , Italian. There are seven month
lies, one of which is medical and another religious.
[From Frank Leslie's Illustrated News.]
Will the Long Night never End?
I havs longed and prayed for sleep, .
But my heavy eyelids keep
Weary vlglli threuth th Bight;
Talnly I the pillow pren'd,
Slumber contain not, nor ret
; U ren dreams are driven to flight '
What to this which blcfiileep fly!
fevered blood and glaring ay
Attest Its power of woe malign!
Throngh aching brow oome thro of pain
Which almost paralyi th Brain
Ob, Headache fiendl this work ii thine.
Ceas thy moan, oh, man or grief f
for thy trouble thr' relief,
Pclence aide all human Ills;
Ceas. thy moaning atop thy cry
Buy a box, and quick ly try ' "
Bpaldln.' gnat Cephalic PUta.
Wholesale and Retail Dealsr In -
Foreign & Domestic Cigars,
am sawr BBAira.
Smokirjjj & Cheving- Tobacco.
Also, th bttt quality of SNUFF'S onaUntly
- on nana.
JXjOountry Merchant! ar Invited to call before pur
NO. 4 EAST THIRD STREET,
Bet. Main and Bycamon, 1
nortl-wSm ; ;.. ; CIKCTNTSrATT, O. j
Land for Sale.
I HAVE ABOUT 880 ACRES OF A
new Farm ituated In th eounty of Marlon aid
Stat of Ohio, on th. big Scioto River, six miles west of
th. town of Marion; Itisallfenosd in. abont 300 una
deadced from four to hjht years. A good new frame
House on it, about 50 aortiolared; a good log Btabl;
about ISO young fruit tree; a first rau wall of water;
in oaaaiog wan in h tam. grass, ana th big
Soioto for stodrwarar.- And I will mak 100 acre, mors
nady f.r th. pluw. take off all the Umber, uadr Blieea
loehea, so as to mat. 150 acre of plow land Ih. land
la of the very beat quality, and I will Una $M per acre
tor It. I oeailder lfwortk at laat thirty thrae per a.
with 100 ear, more cleared, but I moat aell it, there
for I will put It down tn dollars bilow wbat I thick II
worth If I wr not obliged to tell. I bar also another
kabf saotion for sal. llng la th earn secUon, on. half
deadened, which 1 offer lor IIS per aor. RefemNaoaa
be had by oalllog on Joseph Rentes: who knows all about
th land, or on toe proprietor n Marion. ,
rnut-w4w - jmvid IfLBB.'
; Irish Linen Goods. - -
TTTARBAMED FABUIC V,
VYV linen Shirt Boaom Plo and Fancy ,
. , aoiruog ana Boaom Lineoi. . , !
, . Idnea Sheeting and Pillow Casings, v. a
Unn Oambrieaond Lao. LawM-.ri:
Llnea Pockel-handk'la, all stae.
LLdo Tolltnt ana Dtaptri
tteen Napkin aad B'Oy lies. .'
Linen table Olotna and Satin Damasks.
- Ltnea Toweli wilh eolored Uontor.
. .. Linen BtaurOowrinp and Oraah.
. . foraalaatlowprtoe.
.ir. BAIN sc BOH, -
fibia . v - i. N..B9 South IlixhitMU
HENHY KIEHLEH, '-'-
Oar of Phaloa's IstabUshaait, N. T.,) Proprietor
in. new iora aaannnaoi an vine, u&ir uuuins
Bhampoonlng, Curling and Dnaalng Saloon, Xat Stat
stmt, over th. Port OfDoa, where eatiafacUon will
be given tn all th. various branob. Ladks and
Children's Hair Dressing dona In th beet style.
-1-dly t . i '
rrMTE SVBRORVBEU. IS DESIROUS OF
X eloalng up his old bum! si one, and hop, that
all pareonl having wnMUIed aosounts .a hia books will
giv. tnsa muaeuiate atteaoon.
reblS - - - p. BAIN
11 No, 1 r14M Urrui m store,' fof saw r . '
a BJiSTIB.DXL i I
C 14 ,:i
M, Honk Nigh atwetvo
, "I .!!. (J "it!
ilia -Il ....
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
laannfactnrera af all klndsTof
table and fttatlonarr Steam Ess
nine. Maw mills
LAKE& BODLIYBtatml B. at F. BLAST) YBtaUM
J.AJ.H. DV7ALL Stolen III COLUMBUS
lUCmMS CO. Btattnlllt BRJlDIORD
. t CO. aUIIUt
Onr Portabl Zugln and Saw Kill
Was awarded th Bnt premium of S50 at th. Indiana
Stat Fair for 1CC0 over Un A Bodley's on account of
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
' and superior character of lumber sawed.
Our Stationary Ingtn. was swarded at the same lair
the first premium of (200. ,
Our Portable Bnglne was awarded th Brat premium of
100 at the Fair at Memphis, Tana., am Bland' Da-
veil's, Columbus Maoblo Co'!., end Bradford It 0o'w
aj m commuies or practical jiauroad angmears.
for price and terms address
wibiiAUU WAltaXR, Treasurer,
: PBICXS EKDUCED
IfromthsNewllorkObMrver.l . ;
AiallDartiea masafaetnrtne Bewin MachinM are ob
liged lon.T Mr. llowe a license on each machine eold.
and are a so compelled to mak. returns to him, under
oath, as to the Dumber eold, his books give a correct atate
ment. from this reliable aouro. we have obtained the
roiiowlng statistic! . Ot the machines mad. in th. yar
1SJ9, there were sol J,
By Wheeler A Wllion.... 21,305 ' "' .
I. M. ginger a Co 10.95J
" Orover At Baker 1000
Showing the sales of Wheeler A Wilson to be doutU
those f any olhet Company." .
Awarded th hlghast premium-at th.
United State t aire ot lb58, KM and 1BGO; .
also at th
Ohio Stat faira of 1B50 and tBMj
and at nearly all th Oounty fairs in tea Btat.
Our prices, at th late reduction, art at Una at any
loci ttiek machine now sold, and bnt a trifle higher than
the interior two thread chain itlcM macMnti, now
vrecu oiiqn we maraes.
The WBULlit . WILSOS MACHTN1 mak the
Loca Bticb th only one which cannot baravaled. It
la Au oa Born Biota ot the goods, leaving no rklot or
tnainonth wtdtrMde. .. .
JUl marJiitut warranted 3 yora, and Uutmctton
gvn tn tneur un, r re oi chars. - .
H. CRARI.Hl nigh at.. Onlumboa, 0.
WM. BUMNkR a CO,,
dec3-Swd3DAw6m' Vtke'i Opera Hon, Clntinaatt
JAB. M. M'KIK. WM. H. RISirJATJX.
M'KEE & RESTIEAUX,
.'' 'And '
No. 34 North nig to Street, ;
. COLUMBUS, OHIO,
HAVE ON HAND AT WHOLE ATE
and Retail. FINEST BTAPLH ORrtfieRTRa
FLOUR, SALT, TIA, COFFSB, eUUAK, TOBACCO,
BKOAR8, Etc , Etc. Our Stack has been purchased la
m. M.ru units uunng lam ranro,
snd onr msln endeavor will be to offer Inducements to
wi n u inaa wmcu are not exceied by any Jiouaa In
th01ty. , -... .. dwsft
E. UV WILLIAMS & CO.,
Front Street, Between State) and Town.
THE OLD CARRIAGE
BUOF IsaUlI Tunninc. and althouh C
th pressure of late years baa est heavily
upon her runnlna rear, she I still tnrn--
ngoutthoMiplendid PROTONS, ROOK AW ATS, and
PRINOI ALBERT'S BU1MINO TOPS and NO-TOP
BUOOIBB, CARRIAOKB, BXPRRBB, SKILBTON,
DEMOCRAT and OROCEKT WAGOKS, SMALL OMNI
BUSES and TUCKS. Twenty years steady manufao
turlng ha gln aur work a wid-prad repuiaUon
throngh ih. Bouth and Wast. ......
We therefor deem It nnaineaasry to say any thing am
m regara to u quauiy r our work. W. waaurr
avcav Ttiircu. W. can sell oo Tor Boawtia from
Dealar can be furnished witb an aassil at work at
short notice, and at price, lower than can k. bought any
wktr. tn the West. Second hand Buggies taken la ex
change for new work.
Hj" Repairing don. neatly and at short netic. Th
lory on Front, between Siat and Sown street, Colum
1UAII eommttaloatlons will recelv prompt attention,
AUR. 1 wiy
B. M. WILLIAMS A CO
Master Commissioner's Sale
Oastavui Bwan's Ixocutors)
vs. superior Court.
Thldamond Crary ct al. )
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
te me directed from the Superior Court .1 frank
lin county, Ohio. I will offer for sal at th door ef to
Court Bout, In th oity of Columbus, oa
Tuesday, the Sad day of April, A. D. 18C1,
between thtbour of 10 o'clock A M.aod 4 o'oloek P.
Mthe following described real eatat,ituate In the.ooan
ty of franklin, and State of Ohio. and oity ofColamuuito
wltt lot No. 160. to be divided by a Un. tooetla on th
front Un of the lot, 31 feet south of th. nort&wett com
er; thenc astwardly S7 feet on a lln parallel with th
north and loutn lines or tna lot: thenoe northwardly 8
feet on a Hoe parallel with the east and west lines ot the
lot; theoc eastward it auieet oa a use parallel with the
aorth and eouih Hoe of the lot; thenc northwardly IS
feet an a lux parallel with th east and wart line, of th
lot; thac eastward y en a line paralMl with the aorth
asdaettlh llnea of the lot. tolhaet UntuursolV. .11
Appralstd at For th North part, 9'i.U Q. . .
do for th South part, SdSOO.'-1
'!. W. HOFFMAN, Bheriff, - j
i and Master Oemmhaioo.r.
Printer's fe, t SO. , , . , marchl-dUww .
T ETI T ABLER WILL TAKE NOTICE
JU that be kaa ba sued with other In the Superior
ueurt oi rrauaua nuaty, wnio, sy uwrg. A. attoa. Tbe
panties aaaa mat u loiiowug oscium rati tat, at
war la f rankll. oounty, Ohio, to wll: In th seoond ae
rtoa, woond tonsbp and seventeenth range, Cnited
State salhtry lands, baainnlng la the oenter of the Stat
road from Weatervllle tnOatana,ra William Slaag iesrt
south Un; IheaoeaaitSta red and SO link to a atoa. oa
B. Dixon's line; thanes south along said lin,5fl rod and.
Vltuki to a iton (wttneas Ira, aurar,) S Inches In dla-
Mtor, N. BS deg. m. distaor st una and thorn hush
1 Inch. la diameter, souta ee oeg, wBt s uota); imdm
WeelXbd rods to a stone In the autre of (aid But road:
thence north 18deg west 93 rods; thenc. north 13 rods and
S links to lbploef hilnnlng. oontalnlnc on hundred
anattwa acre, and OT 83-10U rods of ground, mt-v baaoid
tor the nav moot of f outtoaa Hundred ltollae w blchHa
IM there-on. Ia eaes of failure to aniwer or dmrrer
on or berore the 80th day (3d Batnrday) of April, A tD.
18B1, ptointifl'S petttloa will be toifen s true. wViil indr-
a a. itl i nun ta. Vkmn.ln.
Clambu,Ohiotyb 19, im. ( - V . f?bt9 mCw'
ladies' linen Poctet-Haadk'f.
Naibroldered Linen Bandk't all price.
' Ummd BUtchedand plain do. do. '
. do - do I colore border.
J MournUg ,,! blaok borderer o i
, do . .do, I... Jtwtylanatllchad.'
PineAppledo , 'newr.iterm. .
Mle f)ln and Hefcraiett Blllebed d all price.'
TOonaprlstog th. mM aeleet rtaDl la tkcolty and
lStlowat.rkiea.K I ... .1 : . V - . .Al m BOM..
lelfl4 (l, 'V, ' . .: V High Stmt.
, ' ' .
t. J '
-: 3 AU
r. ! . ...efca,.
KNAPP & OOQ
From and after this dots wt) shall
REDUCE THE PRICE
. "' i ' ..
OF OOR WINTEE GOODS '
i ..-. .... j
TWENTY FIVE FEB CE0Tt
IN O0 TO MAKE BOOM fOB ODE
Our assortment is still good, -
and it is known to every
one that our .
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL,
SO DO NOT FORGET THE c
' ' .. ! .. ...
CHEAP STORE OK ; r.
KNAPP &. O O ...
NO. 119 ; ,
, SOUTH HIGH STREET, ,
- ..'.. . .
O SA I O .
Q Isaset leather! and to Taa at
! , . Rag anted.
HAVING A CIRCULATION '
UB08B IT SSTZSAt rHOTJSAHM
Than any other paper In Ohio, outsUs af Oindanat)
Offers 'Facilities for Advertising
Whkh CANNOT FAIL to brln . .; ' ' t
Speedy and Reraaaeratlwe HetaTatt
. I To thoss who tak advantage f then.
THB3 w h:h:kt.y otatbsma n . .
Distributed as It Is through wry Pott Ofio In Ohio, '
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Who, patrouag. i valoabto, and Whs aaVdaa see ih.
Dally BdltleM of dry jawnaai; and aa ealy ! , .
A JJmlted lumber of AdmtlMmeBti
Ar mMrtsd in Ita eolajaaa, appopriaUly aad . .
- Twar eamroT tarAt. ' 1
''' - - - :' '
' OT ALL I : " '"' ;
Admnsuif la th. WIIEXT ST ATI SM AN will la"
' It advaatafous la
THE INCREASE OF. TRADE
Which tt almost certain to follow aa exisnslvs dlasaals' '
i : attta , towl4n tb'kaataMss :; , , ,
AM05CJ COTJOTEY ' DEAXEBS I
ADflRXIRIMNNTJ INTENDED FOR
The "Weekly Statesman
Should bs handed In before friday noon.' ' v
SOMETHING; nEW; ;;;,
HOWARD & OO'B." '
CALL AT Pit.' gS. SOtTTHnf OTI BIT.V
and aaaaito omr w aaak. ot ..a, m . -.. . -' rj
aaaarsetund by X. HOWARD A CO . Boatoa. Mass.,
To Watch, are far superior to anything aver atared
to th pnblio, neratofora. Uavleg th xlatv .(Miry,
I osn aell tbe at prige to aail la tlas.li aumraat i.r
4..I ,l0 rf D V-.i, ,v-ur'. ,.J
: .1 . AMERICAN WATCHES, iov,n.M.i:
aauufaetarad by APPLETON.'tRicT, A CO ; ail. l" "
(Lne assortment of' " .-. ,-. - .."i
ENGLISH AN D Xf IH9 Wa.T'CiiEi,' ' ' ' '
' 1 wi OoU aad BUve CtMsaat Pak prlo.t..'ii,a cvri s.
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ll.CJV.I. l .J
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ta.d -.iH il
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All ordrlert4tth0oo af tha- oTtrfswrnaai wIN to rtx
prompUybttoaeMtov I - J. a-:.f tTl!-T t-vt
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asjss.'- tw,fjgf a a is faittstjvar,
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MaswattiR, Eamamr, ai d lavtire tiae Im. Cio.',,
rJiw foaat Mwwaaa-sw acd 0m fiaa tUsrrais .t
fiaer.XoM LwsndOow. JdoTVab lam. .' i :.')
Vffloa $1 VJIsavSt., lfTaa 1M.. alb. a
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