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and Mannractnreri of Bran and Oompoiltton Outlngt,
Vinlahtd Hraif Work of all Description!.
Electro Plalingand Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTING, &C.
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Attorney txt XjCvot
AMD NOTARY PUBLIC.
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Machine Manufacturing Company
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bf tin Btucnirnoii.
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Through to lndiannoolii without Change of Cart
aod bnt One Change of Can between
Columbus and St. Loula.
THREE TRAIN3 DAILY FROM COLUM
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NIOUT SXI'R1Cb8, via Payton, at :45 a. m.,etop
pine at London, Xenia, Dayton, Middletown and Hamil
ton" arriving at Cincinnati at 8:J0 a. m. i Dayton at 3:45
a. m., Indlanopolleat 10:4d a. m.;rt. Loula at 11:50
P SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, at BilO a. m., etopplor at all Bta
ttonibetweenOolambneand Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati ll:(tf a. a., CaytoaatS lia. m.,
Indlanopoliiaf 2;Wp. m.
THIRD TRAIN. , , , , .
DAT EXPBKSS.at 8 .30 p. m., itopplng at Alton,
Jederaon, London, Cbarleaton, Oedarrille, Xenia,
Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow, Deerlleld, foeUr'a.
toTeland, Millfordand Plainyille, arrlTlng at Clnem
natl at 7 SO p. m.', Bt. Louie at IS mi Dayton at 3:33 p.
m. Indlanopollaat 10:3a p.m.
Hloeplnir Car on all Nlfflit Tretlna I
Cincinnati ana InJianapoli.
U4Qr.A(iB tJIIECKED THBOtGH,
tot furtlier Information andThronihTlckete. apply to
M. L. DOUKKTY,
Tloket a tent. Union Denot, Oolnmbne, Ohio,
JNO. W. D0HKRTT
, iai3 Agent, Oolnmbne,
Bach article! ai yoa dertri tat your HCSBAND
gnehaeyoa ri for yonr WIM-
Bnchai tnproptr for your DAUGHTER.
Bnch aa joa r BI8TIK will tjrafae you for.
Suoh a your BROTHER ean tile,
Bnch aa you wan for TBI ONI TOU LOVX BEST.'
Such as will be good for the " BLK8BIS BABT." '
BchaalUefor,-' ' -; ' '
May be found tn Tarlety, tn my ew stock of -WATCHES
PLATED GOODS, .
Aad general anortment of . ,
Fancy and TJsefnl Artlolea. -
N.' 10 Backer Black.
Jnat BeoelTadl !..: "
nr. ch cheen and black
r. ' ' . ,ndl.Hnni1llA flnneau
1 50 pockeu old Dutch Oorernment J are Coffee.
ISbageceyionuonee , .. ., - -
aoobbla. standard White Bngars, eonehttng ef Pow-
dred, Ohrnahed, OrmnnUwd A and B Coffee.
50 aulntaU Qeorge Bank Oodflah. ;
80 bble. Meie and No. 1 Mackerel.
A tee. Pick Belmon. - .- -lOOba,
Layer Balelns. '
AO hi. box do do
lOOqr.bos do da
lOO M Olgare, different braadi and grades.
nortf Wat. MoD0WAtP
M. M. PO & BRO
DCALlit IN UirORTEO AND DOatTJTia -CIGAUN,
' . .
TOBACCO. .v'i - '
. AND rANOt A&TICLSI
No. 1 1 Ent State "treat, between nirh and
the PotOinoB,Uoininooa,ni'" : oomquea
FARHIiY FLOUtte .
TyillXK W1TEAT, DHANDED ,
from BamettMllle,,,Bprlngaeld,0. the beat brand of
K. . ... i.,i.miImi .niMntMd.
Floor DTontni vj i .""""""v --
lorsalaenlyat WM. MoDONALD'B, . . -
norx7 lot) goath High street.
. Ho) idav Presents. -
sta t.irnai. 'Sit.IWEl. ITTFUIPCOSi
J CHIM'I ES, lltS SILKS, and all
Wl.il a aaf eV.af iIm-ibM - ' '
"Winter Dresw Good.
ws ere now offering at Ttry lowprioee.
AjaSl, , S9 Heath Blghetreet.
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PTBLIKHEBS OHIO STATESMAN.
No. .4 Gwynne Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HARRA.
ABE NOW RECEIVING THEM WW
IKE GOODS, and InTlte the public to inapeot
them. No such stock of floods has erer been brought to
thla market. Tha Boutb. In conaeqnence of the failure
of the grain crop, haa not been able to purchase tha oe-
ualquanuty of rtcn gooas, ana wis noiaaa iotou we
Importers to eell them at pnblle auction. Our buyer
(Mr. atonal belne- in New York at theae lane .ales, took
advantage of them, and we ean and will cell our goods
here, at lees than aoy one woo purcnasea two weoie eince,
nald for them In New York. Our stock Is complete In
erery department ot
ELEGANT DRE33 SILKS, . .. . '
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
t . DELAINES.
SHAWLS AMD CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day, .
At on ball the Coat et Impaitation.
In all Varieties, of the Celebrated
rfJanwfature of C. , onn
there & Stn.
Uen's,tadlee aod Children's Under Bhlrts and Drawers;
Ladlee. Hlesee and Children's Hosiery of all kinds, In
Wool and Lamb's Wool; Fleaoy Lined and Cotton Glorei
of every make.
A complete assortment of all tba nsual varie
LADIES' CLOTHS. -:-- ..
ladiei andGent'i linen Cambrio Hand-
kercMcu, Ac, &o.
T Mraima w1ta call on ea. we BleJn our words to
show them the largeet, beet and chcapeat stock of flooda
aver eoeutntbte market, Of pay them one dollar per
hour wnue looting.
deol-dlyntawitw. . aiua at u niiim.
5U1UOEN llll i. aiiiiiTa, . . - . ,'
QOLDKN HILL 8I1IKTS,
GOLDEN H1U. BiilTtTS. -
The pattern of these ehlrts are new. Tha Bodies, Yokes,
sleeves and bosoms are formed to fit tha parson with eaae
and eomfort. Tha mark upon each one designating the
alae may be relied on aa belo g correct, and each shirt Is
guaranteed well mad. A full stock of all qualities
eeuatantly for sale at oKm "
-aov4. S M Bonth High etreet.
V Watches and Jewelry.:-
AFlItE ASSOBTnCNT OF WATCn
ee. Clocks, Jewelry, gUvarware, Its., kept constant
.oBbaniat r. . ' ,
' ' Ro. IU, South High Btreet, Columbus, 0.
Jt7Watehes snd Jewelry repaired. , J
eot-dSm. - " ' ' "
FANCY BKEN9 MILKS,
I AM0Y DRK8B BlLKi, ;-; ; . -:
f AN0Y DBE8B BILKS,
We are now eSerlng our Immense ateek of Taney Dress
Bilks at prices lees than ever before offered la thle city.
am ,(vauga or ine laaiee oi u.
eoiwud, ae ear stock H very seleet end complete In all
gradee of goods la this line. PIT! R BAIN,
'" ' no, xv awutn wign rw
' - ' ' niodioKl rnrpaaea.
FltTM BRASDTHEg. Wmt9. COBDIAM, AND BIT
, naa, frost "Denied W irthouoo . ,.:,,,.,
Matia om ui.a.AuaiAve Mia ie
t4 slegaut qualities for Udiea; a 1m, Hlaaee' Mitts
Nos. 3G, 38 & 40, North High St.
INCREASED FACILITIES I
HAVING MOVED INTO MY
BOOK & JOB DEPARTMENTI
WHILE BOTH HAVE BEEN
New Types, . Borders, Ornaments, &c
IB0M TOT OILIBRATID fOTJlTDST Of
0. T. WHITE ft CO.. NEW Y0SI.
, TTIUB MAKINO IT TH1
Host Complete Establishment
IN THE CITY.
I ant now prepared to Execute all Orders for
BOOK AND JOB
And In tha Most Approved Stria of tha Art,
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UERCAMILE AND RAILROAD
Bill of Ladlasr, CIrctilara, '
Bill Heads, Blanks, Deeds.
Bray Tlclteta, , - Iteg-latera,
HOW CARDS 8t BILLS IN COLORS,
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CARDS, EX7EL0PZS,' -
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Illustrated Show Bills,
FOR COUNTRY MERCHANTS, " '
Show Bills, Hand Bllla, Labels, Concert Pro-
rrammes, Bchool aid Couora Ichemss, Ho
tel Bills of Fart, Invitations, As.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
School and Collegw Catologuag, . j. '2
miseauaneona rampuata, -
Constltntlons, Reportj, Briefs, kt
Printing In Gold , and Colors
HP O G 7EL:m
Printed In Every Color on a
1 ,Th anly Frets ef tha kind U Central Ohio,
' If rMIIUes for doing any and all ef tha above deanrln-
Nousef work, ate new ansurpessed, and saUafacUoa will
aeguarantaad In all eases.
ljAU work fumlshed prorapttr by the Urns promised.
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Remarks of Mr. Douglas, in the Senate, February
20, on the Revenue System.
I have a few remark! to submit on the bill
generally, and probably there will Da no occa
sion whan thev will be mora appropriate than
upon tha offering of the substitute for tba entire
bill. The question now prajemeu onugs up ior
consideration the original bill, and also the
If I am brought to vote between the substi
tute and tha original bill, I ahall rote for the
amendment offered bv tba member Irom Ore
gon. I can not vote for tha final passage of
either, for the reason tbat 1 think it unwise at
this time to make any radical changes In the
slating revenue system. The time la Inans
pioions for legislating nponthia subject. The
onolilon or the souinern owiesoi mis ioniea
racy ought to warn ns against any ot these
radical changes, which would increase the Irri
tation and excitement In tbat quarter. We all
know tba repugnance of tbat seotion of the Uu
Ion to a protective tariff at all tlmrs. Under
existing circumstances, tba passage ot a tariff
Dill of the oharaoter of the one now under con
sideration cannot fall to Increase that irritation,
and to alienate, in some degree, their afftoiloDS
to tbia Uulon, which bave already been mater
ially shaken. Wbila tha bill itself Is not In ac
cordance with my Judgment ot what a revenue
bill ought to be; while I think It Is highly pro
tective) while 1 know some of Its features are
oppressive on many great Interests in the coun
try even If I wero satisfied on these points, I
would not vote to pass the bill at this time, in
view of our present difficulties.
Then again, air, there is a necessity for di
recting our attention to our commercial rela
tions with onr neighbors upon the north. The
nnfriendly or adverse legislation which has
been adopted by the Canadian Parliament, In
tended to defeat the beneficial effects, so far aa
tbia country Is Interested, of the ' reciprocity
treaty, ought also to be taken into considera
tion. Wo have arrived at the period where
onr commercial system should extend to the
whole continent; when, In arranging our own
list of duties, we should take Into consideration
tha effects, especially upon those countries that
adjoin ns upon this continent, I had hoped
that the time bad arrived when we could ma
ture and adopt a continental system tbat would
embraoe, in one commercial union, all the
States of the North American continent, with
a uniform system oi duties. Such a commer
cial nnion oould be adopted, In my opinion, that
would be beneficial to all the States and conn-
trie who should beoome parties to it. I would
like to see It embrace not only tha United
8tates, but the Canada upon the north, tha
British Possessions upon the east and tba north
wast, and Mexico, Cuba and the Central Amer
ican States upon the south. I would like to see
them all brought within the circle of one com
mercial uulon ana a uniform system ot duties,
ao tar as all these estates were concerned. I de
sire to see all custom houses in the Interior
abolished, all restriction upon Internal com
merce done away with, so tbat tbere should be
entire free trade unrestricted between every
State, province or country upon the American
continent and the adjacent Islands. '
I think the present time ia suspicions to ma
ture a system of that kind. We ar6Hbout to
inaugurate a new Administration, and I hone
with It a new commercial system. The very
fact tbat we have internal difficulties at home;
tne laottnat there na Deen a revolution In
Mexico whioh brings Into cower a nartr friend'
ly to irea and nnreatrloted commercial inter
course; tbe fact that we have difficulties to ad
just with tba Canada and British Frovlncea
growing ont of tba reciprocity treaty; tbe fact
that tbe commercial system of tbe Island of Cu
ba, ao far aa It affects our interests, Is not satis
factory to ns, nor Is that of Central America,
rendera it eminently proper that we should take
np tbia auoject a awnoie, con&idering it with
referenoe to one grand system.
Tbe idea, sir, of unrestricted commercial in
tercourse between oontlguous countries is not a
novel one. It may be novel, so tar as applicable
to tha Amerioan continent: but If we direct our
attention to Europe, especially to Germany, we
will find there a model which, with suoh modi
fication a would make it applicable to this
country, we might adopt, I think, with great
prout ana great useiuiness. 1 aim Ja to tba Mer
man Zjllverein. There yon find a commercial
Union, consisting of twentj-lour sovereign. In
dependent States or countries, combined into
one Union for commercial purposes, with a uni
form sjstem of duties applicable to the whole,
and free trade as betwoen those different coun
tries. I take it for granted the Senate is fam
iliar with the German Zollverein. It was In
itiated In 1818, but waa so imperfect tbat it did
not reallxe tba advantage that were expected
lrom it until 1833. Prior to the latter dav.
there were anoh restrictions in examinations and
in certain tolls, on tha boundaries of the inte
rior States, as to deprive the arrangement of
moat of its advantages; but In 1833, a treaty
waa eTeoted between tba prinoipal States of
Germany by which thee restrictions were en
tirely removed, the interior oustom.house abol
ished, and only the exterior onea kept up fur
the oommon benefit of all those 8tatee and Gov
ernment! that became parties to the tariff alli
ance. From 1833 to this day, that system has work
ed io well and ao satisfactorily, that it haa late
ly been extended until it embrace nearly all of
Germany. It now embeaoe twenty-four
Statee; and I believe there i a movement now
on foot by whioh Austria, Hungary, Transylva
nia, In fact tha whole Austrian empire, ia about
to be brought into the system; so that goods
may pass from tha head of tbe Danube to the
Black sea, aa wall aa down the Rhine into the
Bal'lo, by tbe most unrestricted Iree trade be
tween these people. Tbe system i a very sim
ple one. ah tne custom-houses are upon the
frontier. Tbey collect duties which are uni
form upon all tha frontiers, and these duties go
Into a oommon fundi and the proceeds, after
defrayina: expenses, are divided between tha
different Statee composing the commercial
It ague in proportion to population. Tbe baala of
the distribution of tbe receipts is tbat of the rel
ative population oi the several states t ad coun
tries composing the league. It is true, there
are one or two exceptions to that ratio ot distri
bution exceptions toundea upon looal cauees,
or upon other causes satisfactory to tbe partlea,
and which have been adopted by unanimous
Now, sir, I desire to Invite the attention of
the Senate and of tbo country to the Inquiry
whether we may not profitably form a commer
cial nnlon, to comprise all the North Amer
ioan continent, on tbe basis of the German Zoll
verein. Our continent I admirably adapted
to auik a system. Yon would at onee abolish
all the Interior custom house. All those cus
tom houses upon the northern frontier would be
abandoned; all upon the dividing llae between
ns and Mexico would be abandoned; all the In
ternal restriction noon trade would be aweot
away; and all yon would require would be cus
tom bouses at the port on tha Atlantic and Pa
cific. Why can not we form the whole Ameri
oan continent ' into one commercial union for
commercial purposes, without interfering in the
(lightest degree with the political Institution
or domestio policy of the different countries
within UT 1 bey bave overcome an the difficul
ties growing ont of the practical working of such
a osiem In Germany, where they were a thou
sand fold, greater than they would be in this
country for in the German alliance tbey have
even lormw government urge mates ana
email onset some formed on tha reonblioan are-
tern; large kingdoms, like PraiBla, Saxony and
Bavaria, with tbe small daohlea, like Baden
Baden: vet all mbraotd In one vsteia. - It is
oneoountry for commercial purposes. j There
I free Inter course, free ttade between them all;
thus wiping ont all the asperltle and irritatlone
that had crown no for hundreds of Tear, until
Germany Is being gradually melded and formed
into one people, without interfering at all with
the form of Government, or the political insti
tutions, or tha domestic polioy of any ona of tbe
parties to ths commercial union.
The advaotagea to our own country of such
union of all countries embraced within North
America, must be obviou to every one. It
would restore and nresarvs nmlt anil erwul r.lth
between the people of all tha countries who
beoome parties to It. It would eradioate all
tne jealousies snd hostilities whioh bave been
tions, and put an end to all outrage ofthat
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auuu iu me luture. it wouia extena our com.
meroe, navigation, and carrying trade, while it
would onen un new and MtpnaTtfn ma.rl-t fnp
our manufacturers and agricultural products.
ib wuuia impart staoiuty, permanence, ana nni-
formitv toonp Anmmtw.lal av.tjkm h waiiM
afford more effioient, certain, and valuable pro
tection to American industry than all tbe pro
tective tariffs that Congress can devise.
While it would be beuefioial to all the Indus
trial and material IntarMta of tha Ilnliiut
States. It requires no argument to prove that It
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wwum uo cquaiiy auramageoua io an otner
countries who should beoome parties to such a
oommerolal arrangement. Each would furnieh
a market for tha nroduntiona of thnthr. nH
be mutually benefited by the reciprocal ex
change. And above all, It would furnieh a
bona of perpetual peaoe and alliance among all
the Ameripan nnnntrlpa. and m.lra ti. nn. nan.
pie for all purposes of national defense, when
either might be unjustly assailed by any Eu
It is a matter wot tby of serious considsration,
whether the American commeroial Union, In
addition to tbe tariff duties, should not be au
thorised to take cognisance of a light-home
system, copyrights for books, patent lor inven
tions, poetal regulations, telegrapba, and a uni-
vi ui ijgwui ut weiguva auu measures, coinage,
and such other reanlatinna an mat frnm dm.
to time be found necessary to tile freedom and
convenience of tbe commercial and social In
tercourse, without disturbing tbe domestio poli
cy or political institutions of tbe countries com
posing the Union.
I do not oronose that wa should lnlttata. nnl.
Icy tbat would annex any of these countries to
tun uuueu oisies. i ao not propose that our
policy should Interfere, In the slightest degree,
With the forms of o-overnment. with tha nnllif.
oal Interests, or with tbe domestio polioy ot any
vt iu otavea or countries witnin JNorta Ameri
ca; bnt that we should make a commer
cial arrangement with them, by which we
would detive all the advantages of a com
mercial nnioo, without beinir enenmhered
with the embarrassments, tha Irrltntlnna.
and divisions amwlnfi ntit nf aHvapaa m.
oonfliotlng domestio policies and politioal instl-
u.iuud. Kir, mo uimouiues we nave naa
growing out ot this slavery question, and the
continual annexation of countries adinlnlnon. tn
tbe American Union, ought to warn us of tbe
J I - . a
uaugera oi trying io extena tne same tort ot
domestio policy, tbe same sjstcm of politioal
Institutions. CAP nanntplaa anri MAnla alin
not homoeeneons with onranlraat hot If v. nun
secure tbe advantages of free trade, of unre
stricted commercial and social intercourse If
we can bo one country for the purpose of com
merce and navigation and poetal arrangements,
telegraphlo and social Intercourse we will de-
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to an iuo uurautBgcs, wnnouc incurring tne
disadvantages that might grow out of a political
Ic la also worthy of consideration, whether
anch a commeroial union may not facilitate a
peaceful and satisfactory solution of all our dif
ficulties with tbe acceding States.
. I am throwing out tbe.BUggostons merely
forth purpose of inviting tbe attention of the
Senate and of the country to them; not with
aov expectation that thee will he arinnud at tha
present session of Congress. I think, If we
oould Doetnona this tariff nntil the next anaainn.
and in the meantime devote ourselves to the
investigation or tbe affairs of the entire Ameri
ean Continent aa thev nner eriat. ara mioht mm.
tnra Soma nlan h whinh fraa tttataaanil .1...
DWhra win lira in nirmnni tnorAinap. n, atninh
o..- tl, II . .. . ...
our neighbors upon the north, owing allegiance
to the British oroao. mii hira nnmmnn in
terest and a common sympathy with us in all of
onr commercial interests, without disturbing
tueir puimoai institutions; an arrangement by
Which we mav avail onraelvea nf tha mub.ii
for nine million people in Mexico; market for
uur uianuiauiurers, marsets lor our agri
cultural productions, without, being incum
bered with the Dolitloal government of th-
country j a system which would be beneficial
to ait parties engaged in it without impair
ing the sovereignty, the independence aod the
Integrity of the territories of aov one of thai
countries that should become parties to ! it.
In my opinion, such a syttem would oomblue
.us advantages ot political community
without drawing alter it . those lrritatine-
subject that are sow disturbing tbia
country, and in Imminent danger of plunging us
Into civil war, revolution and final separation.
If the peaca of this country is to be preserved,
if we can avoid tbe spilling of blood among onr
neighbors, give time to reflect upon the present
state of things, and study the oauses which have
brought the oountry to thla distraction. I have
hone we mav mature a nvatem of mmm..i.i
union tbat will eover the whole American con
tinent; mate us one people in Interest, In com
merce, and one people for national defense when
either of us are assailed; yet several people
with referenco to our domestio and our political
My object, sir, is accomplished. It wit's
aimnlv io throw out tha innDutiAn. ln.l,
attention to it; and to ask the Senate to pause
Deiuro is aaopts a system oi revenue that will
inflame the passions of those States that are
now discontented and dissatisfied, and see if
there ia not onen to na a nath nf naana. hw Mh
bloodshed shall be avoided, and the peace of the
oountry preserved, the Union maintained in its
entire integrity, and a oommerolal system that
will maka na one ronntrw on tha a-Knl AmAt
can continent for all lta advantages, without
bringing In those disturbing elements that are
now threatening to dissolve the Union that our
fathers made for us... !.:.:: .
Land for Bale.
I HAVE ABOUT 50 ACBE9 OF A
new farm situated In tha count af Marlon .?.
State of Ohio, on the big Scioto River, six miles wnt of
the town of Marlon i Ulsallfenoed In, about rOOacree
dead ned from four to eight yeare. A good new Piame
House on It, about 30 acrreolearedi a good log Stable;
about IM young trait trees; a flrat rat well or water;
tbe deeding is well eat In to taae gnus, and the blc
pviaiv iuriwvtw.ifr. ana a win Baxo iw acre more
ready for the plow, take off all the timber, undar flftaan
Inobei, eoaatomata 150 acre, of plow land The land
ie oi tne very neat quality, ana k win tats S per acre
for lu I eonalder It worth at least thirty three per eo-e
with 100 aerae more cleared, bat I mnet Mil It, there
fore I will put It down ten dollars below what I think It
worth If 1 were not obliged to eell. 1 have alio another
half section for tale. llng In the same section, one half
deadened, whioh 1 offer for 1 19 per aoro. Beferenea oan
be bad by calling on Joseph Renlok who knows all aseut
tne una, or on ue proprietor la Marion.
loowwew - . . .DAVID SPLSB
' Irish Linen Goods. ,
WARRANTED FABRIC - '.
Linen Bblrt Bcaoma Fialn and Fassy
Linen Sheetings and PUlow Casings,
Linen Oambeiesand Long Lawns. '
Linen Pooket-handfc'fa, all alios.
Linen Towelllnga and Diapers.
. linen Napkins and D'Oyllea.
' linen Table Olotue and Batw IMmaeks.
, Linen Towels with colored borders.' :
, Linen Btalr Ooverinta and Otaah.
. toreale at lowprioee.
BAIN A BON, .
UVii : No. Boath High etreet.
UEflHY KOBULER, . .
(Late of rhaloDs XitablUhment, N. TH) Proprietor
Ul flaw AV1K JB.UIOMDI0 BUYing. tUtf USUtUff
bampoonlng, Curling and Dressing daloen, Xaat State
etreet, over tha Poet Offloe. where satlafactlon will
be given In all the various brauobas, - Ladles and
cniidreu . oalr Dressing done In tbe best styla. . ,
rrnB SUBSCRIBER II DESIROUS OP
JL doting up his old bualneee at aoe, and hopes that
all persons haring unsettled aoceants on his books Will
give inem lmmeauKeaiionuoa.'- - -
. febW . . ),.7 ' "t.'f.:Wry. lATtt.
HERHIKtOt IIEHR IltG U-SO kla
No. 1 Pickled Herring In store, for sals by
MoKSI A iisTlBACX.
febtr 34, MorUtUIgh etreet.
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
IHanufnclurers of all kinds of v.
i"i eamta Biaiiauair wieam Kh
sjinea, Haw iriaila, urist Mllla,
LASEA BODLSYBeattn! R. A F. BLAXD TBtatm!
J. AJ. II. DUYALL Stattnltt C0LVMDU3
MACUIXE CO. eaten!l II BRADIORD
4 CO. Beattn! 111!
Onr Portable Engine and Saw Mill
Was awarded the first premium of 50 at the Indiana
Bute lair for 1' 00 nver lane ABodley's on account of
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
ana superior character of lumber sawed.
Onr Stationary Enirlna wu -.-d..! ,v. u i-.i
tha drat nremlnm r m aon.
Onr Portable Bnglna was awardtd the Bret premium of
A If aft tm Dal ai ma UV l. en . . .
" SVeusr i UWIUpUlWe. IBUUii OVQr Diana VVi
Till'i, Oolambus MachiD Co'i., and Bradford fc Co't..
bj a commute of practical Railroad KoginMn.
ivi yiuiv Bnu ifrni laurtn
WlliLABD WARNIR, Treasurer,
dec5dwlyeoli. Newark, Ohio.
Irom the New York Observer.!
Aa all nartlea mannf.rtnrin R.wln MuTiln..
ligedlopiy air. Bnwe a Ucenaa on each machlna aalrl.
and are a io compelled to make returns to him, under
vaui. iu ui Dumper eoia, ma doois giro acorrcetatate
ment. From thla rtllable aooice wa hare abtalnad tha
roiiowing ataiiiiica. UI ue machines made in the year
itny, uiere wan eold,
By Wheeler A Wilson 81.304
" I. H. Singer Co 10,033
" GroverABaker 10,880
Ehowint the ealee of Whnlr. A Wllam in k. AmJJm
uoee oi any ouwr company." .
Awarded the hlgheit preudume at ths
United BUtea fairs of 1868, 18ill and I860;
alio at the 1 ')
Ohio State ralra of 18S9 and 1640;
and at nearly all tbe County lairs In the flute.
Oar nrices. at the late reduction, nr am ln.n n.
.ww . w hwiiiu. ww niu, aaa out a anne nigner tnan
the Interior tvxt tkrtad Made eWcA enacvUnes, sow
foroed neon the market.
Ths WHIBLBB A WILBON MA0HTN1 makes the
ioci sticb tne only one which cannot be raveled. It
ut Attn on Bora Since of the goods, leaving no rMlai or
oAnAMtA. uiWw mill.
AlltKaMrui uaranUd 3 years, and InstruaUon
Tenia weir uee, ireo w onarae.
II. OKABY,l High St., Oolumbos, 0.
- WM. BUMNIB A CO.,
decJ 9awd3tnAe;tm Plke'a Opera HaaacClnclmjatt.
.1 WM. H. KX3TUAUZ.
M'KEE & RESTIEAUX,
I : ( "i
No. 31 North High Street, .
HAVE OX HAND AT WHOLENATE
and Retail. FINEST BTAPLI QKnnitRipa
f LOUR, SALT, TBA, COPFXK, BUQAR,. TOBACCO,
o.vais,d, aw iu a m iv. uur block nu KWGD purtjnifCd ID
Vaaleaai tlm Aiaa eVai Ika.t
tMtviu iiarvw uui.ujj auo JrsautVf a
and our main endeavor will be to offer Inducements to
uua jsuiano wnicn are not exeeied by aoy Honae In
theOlty. . . oarfW
E.M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Front Street, Between State and Town.
TIIK OLD CARRIAGE
8U0P laatlll rnnnlns. and althonrh (
the preeaureof late years haa aat heavily
anon her running lean, ehe ia atiil tura--
vt nnt those splendid PHAETONS, ROOKAWAT8, and
PKINCt ALBERT'S SUlfTINO TOPS and Nn.TOP
BUOOIBS, CAHRIAOBS, RXPRkSS, SKELETON,
DBMOOHAT and OROCBRT WAOONS, 8MALL OMNI
BDSBS and BACKS, twenty veara etaadw annr.
turing haa giren our work a wlde-sperad repulaUoa
through the South and West. -We
therefore deem It nnneoeaaar tn bit an thlnw
tn regard to the qnallly af our work. We wahsawt
nmi BHitAa. w m can ran eoov to IsDaam rrnn
ttssteiase. ., v
Dealera can be fumlahad with cot amnnnt nf
short noUoa, and at prloae lower than can be bought any
wherein the Weat. Second hand hunlaa taken in aa
change for new work .
HJ'Repalrlng done neatly sad at short notice, fas
ton on Front, between Bute and Town itmn cinm.
lLpAII communications will receive prompt attention,
Aug. 31 wly 1. M. WILLIAMS A CO
Master Commissioner's Bale."
Onitavus Swan's Executors) ' "
vs. Superior Court.
Haldamond Crary et ai. I
BV VIHTUK OF AM ORDER OF SALE
to me directed from the Ssperlor Court ot frank
lin county, Ohio, I will offer for aala at the door of tha
Court House, In the olty of Columbue, a ,
Tuesday, the 2nd day of April, As; D. 1861,
between the hours of 10 o'clock A M.andt o'clock F.
M..tha following deaoribed real estate situate In tbe ooun
ty of franklin, and State of Ohla, and city of Oolumoue,' to
wit! lot No. 160, to be divided by a line, to begin on the
front line of ths lot, 31 feet south of ths northweet corn
er; thence eaetwardly 87 feet en a line parallel with the
north and south llneaef the lot; thence northwardly
feet on a Una parallel with the aaet and Weet lines of the
lot; thence cstwardly SO feel oa a line parallel with the
north and south lines of tha lot; thence northwardly 18
feet on a line parallel with the cut and weet line of the
lot; thenoc outwardly on a line parallel with the north
ana evntn nnee or tne tot. to tne east line thereof.
Appralacd. at for the North part, 9 OK).
.do for the South part, SO.JOU. .
:, '., - '. W. HUrrMAN, Sheriff,'
'' ' . . and Master Oommlaeloner;
: Printer a fees, tt SO. marchl-ditkwew
T ETITABLER tVHX TAKE if OTtflfi
XJ that be bee been cued with ethers io tbe Supertor
vuar. oi iiwiiio oouoix. vmo, oy ueorgc a. suen. xne
petition ataa tnat inc tonowiog aeacrtoed real eaute, ell
uate io I ranann county, unio, to wit: In tbe seoond sec
tion, second townth p and aeveauaetaaaaw,-United
Btatei mllitiry lan-'e, beginning In tbe center ef the Stat
road from Wcatervtlle tn Oalena. on William Slam .ter'a
south Una; thtnee eaat MS roda and SO lfnka to a euine on
H. Dixon a line; tbence eoutn along sawt iioe.eo reds and
Slinks to a atone (wltaeeo tree, euaar,) Inchealn dia
meter, N. 80 deg. I. dtatanre t linke and thorn buah
S inehee In diameter, soatn oe ueg. weet S Haka) tbenee
WMtag raria to a atone in the centra of ..Id Hi.i- wAt
thence north 16 deg weet 88 roda; thence Berth 33 reds and
I llnkate the niece of healnnine containing nna knii
. . - -- A. 09.1IWI y . . .
inuiiivniMMiu wiwivu..! ervuau, may DO COM
for the pay meat of fourt.ee. Hundred Dollars whlohjla a
Ilea there-oa. In earn of failure to anewer t demurrer
ot' or before the 8Uth day (3d eaturdayl of Auril A.m.
1S31, plalntlO'a petition Will be Uka as true, and ladr
meatrendcreahwoordbgly. . OhO. B. C0NVKR8B.
- - attt-yserpMnllff.'
vniwiinu, v"iw, mww i, raw Af (,j jlebW WW
- ladiet' linen Pocfcet-Handk'fc.
kerehlefa, very wide heme; v '.i
, ., Babreldered Linen Uaodk's all prices.!, ,
Beamed SUIehcdand plant ie, do. x"
i "e .tkiJ, colored herders "; ati. f-ri-t
Bournlng; do ... blaok borders . ..
do. -t do t V aewetyieerosssUtohsa; T
1 1 Fine Apple do newpatterne.
Mlisei' Plata and Bammed BUleoed de all prices.
Comprising the moat aeltct aeeortaent Ie tha city and
at loweet prioee. BAtrt A SO!,
tebS Ke. St toata High Street.
GREAT ' SLAUuit i tI'
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icwapp & voo'a:
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. re - -n
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NEVV STORE, ..; 1 '
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v: ...1 . !f .:'.;.:., -Ji , , : t ' l
. From and after Ibli tlat we ihali ".t ii-,
' ' 1 In .. .:
, " . . . . i i . '
OF OUR WINTER GOODS ,
TWENTV FIVE PER CEttT .
IN 0RCIK TO Milt 110011 fOB 00
' : . i
Our assortment is still good, ,
and it is known to every : "
one that our
COS8I3TS Of ! ' '
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL, :" ' :':
SO DO NOT FORGET THE.
CHEAP STORE Or, : ' ' ' .'
KNAPP & OO.tj
SOUTH HIGH STREET, 1
,i : - .:o.
S lens si t aaiuera auid so Aoaa . ,
1 Rc Wantael. .::..,,,
i ' 'T R F. "" ' ' '
WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN.
' ' ' UAVlttQ A OIBOULITIOH
usara bt ixtxru thouiaim ,.. . i.
Than any other paper la Ohio, entails ef Olasbuaa
Offers Facilities for Adrertising "l -.
Which CAHNOT FAU, to brlua .' r
Npeady and RemuneraMJve Hetnyaia '
: , ' . To thnss whs take advantage ef them.- " ' - " 3'
TIIK WKKKLY f3TATE8M-A-t-" .. v
- v -I- t
S Iitrlbu ted as It Is through every Post OaVw la Olda, , , r ,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers .
Whose patronage Is valuable, and whs seldom se tf.e ,,, ,' ,
' Dally Idltlons of city iournaii; and as. only . . ,. ,'
A Limitoi Kamoer of AdTertlMmeatt v.-.
Are msertel In Its columns, appoprlalery Aod t-.-t '.t,',i
van eaaaoT raaro
v -a s.; it:;'
Lttxd,ot jOLttontloiA "
,i ' OF Alt I
Advertlelnf la ths WIKUT iTATIAU AS will tn tt
"'.!!) . Itsdvsntagouata i.'i v
THE INCREASE OF TRADE;'
Whlek Is almost certain to follow aa sztanitvsdlsssmlu
atloa . knowledge of their sautnass . . ,r C::L
AM05Q COUSTBY, LMLERS l -
I II I II 111' I lOill. ' ; :ii ' -I y: '.J
'' 'ADVSBTI8BatBT3 IlfTIVFOIt..:., r '. ...... -u.
The Weekly Statesman 4 1 '
Should be handed In before Friday aeon. ' ' 1 J '
SOMETHING NEW . "
H O WARD & OP 'Or;;-
CALIi AT HO. 83, BOOTII niOH !., ,
and caamlue cur new make ef fjsiaal
AMERICAN WATCHES. '
manufactured hy DO WARD ek CO , amcsa. ttass X '""
to tk. nnhlU. Imlij.. tl.4n. . . ? "
T j T . . . a a.T. leat
rsoelved a large stock of . ... . , , ., , -, '; .'.uvr" 'I t J
-'i ' American watches, v,-v
mannfaetured by APPLSTOR, TBAOr, A CO i also, a
fine aeoortmcn tot Cv 1 0
BNtSLISII Alto SWISS WATCDX8, .
- i i iJ .',i i-. '. ' '-' ' ''-i- '
a wu,aataDiiTerv;ases,atranle prices. . v
lanW " - w j gATAQl
i ' ,! '.inHi !wi-. ?-0 rii ,uU-'.t eo!l9aW
TiTCI rriTI TTtTTiriTTTrf nrr-m-'HtN ftito
I. i ; v I'iU ; ' e mis n . ;.; luv.lffiA war
; , wl attend to the . ,
PMIfflO ASD DiaTllitilTIlEa -wt u
. ";.! OF t o s ,l I'sr.s'.ar-J Mil
DUiLQ i JiX TIH3 ' CIrr,!s,
AU orders left st iheOfflc nf ih( giaUtmcm will be ''-'
promptly attended to. ,
ymlilI- i st ;' pfj
1 t.aAwt e- tkJ M.a.XJaX'J w - 7a - "'
:.,.y. ' piyfrw t -j ,-v-- J- mr. i -u;s
. ' C' t a n wo M mn a- a .a
A QT R no.fiE, com ti? i yt t,"
a a, y.n
- , M, a iinnMiiM, . (,
Im Timh! ai .,w.ii 1 . j-. 0
- ' 1 " -" m vmiuiar ataaTvoma
Raw loan Lira UHt Com. Hovoaa Lira.
Of flea, si Illfk BtM savaw ut
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