VOL. VII. NO. 234.
.COLUMBUS. OHIO. FRIDAY EVENING. MARCH 8. 1861.
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DAILY. TEI-WEKKLY AND WEEKLY
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On " . 1 Insertion SO
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Advertisement leaded and pluses In th column of
Special notion," doubt th ordinary r4.
All uutioes required to b published by law, legal rates.
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per cent, more than the above rate; bnt all inch wll
ppear In the Trl-Weekly without eharg.
Business Cards, not exoeedlng At line, per yr, In
si At, 50perllne; outsldet'J. .
Noticesofmeetlngs, oharl tables ocletlei, fir oompaniea,
Ate., half price. ' " ' , . .
All irantimt advtrUttmtnt mutt 04 paid for so
finance , ith ml will not be variwl f ram. .
Weckly,ne price as the tally, where the
,., the Weekly alone. Wher. 'be.D.Uy and Weekly
are both used, then the chug torth Weekly Will b
a ill the rate of th Dlly. . . . ,
No advertisement taken sxoept tor a definite period.
EAGLE BltASS WORKS,
" ; ' Corner Spring Ac Water Ste., :
W. b! : POTTS Si CO.,
and Jfannfacrnrer of Drui anA Oompoiltloa Outlngt,
rtnUhed Bran Work of all Setcrlption.
Electro Plating and Gilding! !
1 STENCIL CUTTING, AC.
: P. A. B. STTffXTWS,
Attorney o-t HaO-xv
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
OIBce Ambil Oullding, oppoalt Capitol Square.
Machine Manufacturing Company
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Caatinga, MUl-Oeajlny, Kaehtotry- ;
'' : ' ' ALSO,' .' '
o nrtir Dacmirnoii.
COI.trilIBTJ8, OHIO. '
OHA8. AMBOB, Bop'l P. AMBOBATwaJ.
deoll. lHSH-tf '
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton & Indianapolis!
. Through to Indianapolis without Change of Cars
. and bat One Change of Can between
Columbus and St. Lonls. '
S i .
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM-
:i . - BUS.
- - firstTtrain. - ' ; ;
' ' (Dally, Monday xcept4. '
' NIGHT XXFBBSB, Payton, at 8:45 a. m., .top
ping at London, Xenla, Dayton, ldlddletown and Hamll
ion! arrWing at Cincinnati at 8:20 a. m. ; Dayton at S:
a;m.,IndlanopolUat 10:18 a. m.iBt. LonUat U:S0
i SECOND TRAIN. .
AOOOMMODATIOlf.at S:10 a. m.,ifopplng at all Bta-
lion i between Colombo, and OlnolnnaU and Daytoa, ar
. rtring at Olndnnatl 11:IM a. m., Daytoa at 9: IS a. m.,
DAY BXPBK88, at S:M p. m., topplng at . Alton,
JeSeraon, London, Charleiton. Ceuarrllle, Xenla.
J Spring Valley, Oorwln, Morrow, DeerB.ld, lo.
LoreUnd, MllUotdand FlalnTllle, arrlylng at Olnoln.
. satt at 7:10 p. m.t Bt. Louie at IS m; Daytoa at S.35 p.
m.; Indianopolla at 10:38 p.m. , t , .
' Bleeplns: Care onaU Night Tralna
f5lnAnnatl and Indranapolle. .:
. BAGGAGE CHECKED TBBOIIOH.
for ntrther Infomatioa and Bt J''; SV1
i JU Ut V11"
, - tlckt Agent, Colon B1DA
; jUu ; ' Agent, Oolnmbaa.
- :i i
;,.t!..oif.-:.-..t wax cm -..j
: i , Buck article a yoa duin tot year DUBBAND t . .
)!) Bach aa yon need for your WIM.
. i BochaaareprojxrforyourDAUaHTBB.
' Buck a root MBTBB will prats you for, j V J v
i : guchuyourBEOTHBBaow. 1 "
' . Sac a you want for TH1 OH1 TOU tOVB BEST
' Bach a will b goo for tb BLB8BBD BABY."
' SaohatalltMtfor, : :'- '; '
b fonnd In rarlety. In my nW itock of o
" 4 WATCHES. CHAINS, JEWELRY,
"' ' ,; ' PLATED GOODS, .
' ,.V And general aaeortment of." " '" . :' ! ""'
. 'raney tad Vsefnl Artloles." ,
t, - ,( i . j . j0 iq Bnchewo Block.
December. WOO. -' - - ' ,
' lost Beeslvsdl
. !.,,i-viv WF.'CH OBEEH and BUCK.
' , ', lUU TEAS 100 bag prim Bio Cone.
1 " i art pocket old Dutch aTrnmnt JayaCoffea. -t
t.fara0ayloBOolf. ' ' '
. ili onobal. atandard Whit. Sugar, osmt ting of Poi
. .i a a rihn,hil. flnnnlaUd A and B Coffee.
:900bal. atandard WWW nngara, eetm iing oi jtot-
ill lni! -r 'dTd,Obruana, uranuiatea aann vuc
t.iial ,l 50qMnUiorgBanoani. ,
, 'BObbli.MetiandNo. lMacker!.
- st . a- pkjw gjimon. '
5 to. Pick Belmon.
lOObx. Layer Baialni
J 'tOO tat. Laser. BaWni... . .. ' y.l
. oil M. box da .(M i 1 .,
lOOqr.boa do d . . ., i ' ,
100 k Cigar., different brand! and grade. " ' v, I
noTifl ' .... WM. McDOItALD.
C. LI L LEY j r
VOSTB KiaH RBXKT, COlTOniTri. OHIO
FAMILY 'rLOCIJUV-- i ...
' I' OTITK WHEATI BBAHDED ' j t-nl
.!i (-:?.,'' BNOWrLAKII.:l,,,t:,T
-.It Iloot broaght to oar market, penmcnon uaranw,
lor al. only at , wai. mcuunauv o,
ao7 , . 106 Bonth High
a e n a a. ltMf.avMF.H. IflEBINOS
J CHIIITZES, JUAtliSS 8IJLK .and
.,na t rotwonaoi , .,.. . . .. j i
mm SLM tia Affatanoar mm lnT npUvfl
- ' . W South High itreetr
No. 4 Gwvnne Ulock.
A. P. STONE & O'HAMA
IBB GOODS, and lnrlte th publi to lnipeot
them. No inch (look of flood, ha eytr been brought to
thl market. The Bonth, In oonaequenc of the failure
of th grain orop, hai not been able to pnrohate th ut
nil quantity of rloh good., and Ihli fact ha forced th
Importer to tell them at publi auction. Our buyer
(Mr. Btone) being In New York at thete large aalea, took
adrantag of them, and we can and will tell our goodi
here, at lem than any on who purchaied two week! tince,
paid for them in New York. Our itock if oomplet In
Terr department of
ELEGANT PRESS SILKS,
PRINTED MEBINOS, '
- FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day, ,
At one hmlf the Coat of Importation
In all Varieties, of the Celebrated
Iftannfataro of C G. Cnn "
. there Jc Son.
Uen'e. ladle and Children' TTnder Bhlrta and Drawer;
Ladle, Mlsie and Ohlldren'i Hoilory of all kind, In
Wool and Lamb' Wool; Fleecy Lined and Cotton QIotoi
of rery make.
A complete assortment of all tbe usual rarie
' ' - . TWEEDS,
Ladiei and Gent's Linen Cambrio Hand
kerchieft, do., &c.
To perwniwho call on tu, w. pledge our word to
no them th largeet, beat ana dxeapeit itock oi uoodi
rrer en in thl market, or pay them one dollar per
hour won looking.
deol-dlyStawltw. STONE O'BABBA
Nos. 36, 38 & 40, North High St.
HAVING MOVED INTO MY
. 1 HAVE
)Groatly TTn 1 ty gex3
BOOK ' & JOB DEPARTMENT!
WHILE BOTH HAVE BEEN
New Types, Borders, Ornaments, &c'
rSOlf TBI OnJEBBATXS I0UNDBY 01
T. WHITE A CO., SEW TOES,
- THUS MAXIMO IT TBI
Most Complete Establishment
IN THE CITY. I
I am bow prepared to Xxeont all Orders for
BOOK AND JOB
And In the Most Approved Style of the Art
.PABTIOULaB attkntion paid TO ! ! '
MERCANTILE AND RAILROAD
BUIe of lAellnf , Clrcnlare,
uiu neaa., . . . manna, aeeaa.
Certificate, ' , . Hecelpta,
Dray Ticket, Kegiatera,
HOW CARDS & BILLS IN COLORS,
i CARDS, 1
-, , HEADnJQS,
Illustrated . S how Bills,
,; FOR COTTNTftT . MERCHANTS, , ",
Shew Sills, Hand Bills, label, Concert Fro.
fnunnies, School ana MUege Bohamat, Ho-; ;
tel Bills of rare,' Invitations, Ac.
OF. EVERT; DESORIPTIOlf 1 ; ,
School and College Catalogues,
: Conititntioni, Beports, BrtefS, As
Printing in Gold and Colors
1 - Prlntad in Zvsry Color SB a
Uommbth Ho e Cylinder!
TBS SBly Press of taskiad 1b Central' Ohio.
' Mr nenwe for aetna any ana all or th. anna descrip
tions ef work, ar new nnanrpassad, and satisfaction will
be guaranteed In all caees. ,
1TTAU work rarnishea promptly ny in dm promised.
" BIOHARP MBVINB.
X GOLDEN IIILL BHfRTB. ..
' ! - ,, , .. aoLDBN HILL BHIBT8. -
The pat tern of the ihlru) ar nsw. Th Bodies, Yokes,
sleeves and bosoms sr. formed to fit th person with ease
and comfort. Th mark upon eacn one designating in
tin may b relied an aa bain f correct, and each shirt 1
tuaranteed well made. A fall stock of all qualities
oonstantlr for aal at :.-.: ? A1 8' .
povS4. Wo. S? Bonth High street
"Watches and Jewelry.
a WfWft ARWOBTBIEJIT OF WATCH
At, Clock, Jewelry, SilTerwara, to. kept eonstant
' ",., , , B. KIBKPATBICK'B.
. No.I65, South High Street, Columbus 0.
lLr watohw and Jwiryrpairea. ,
iANCY DKt.M SILKS, .
, lAJHUX 1IKKBB BllillB,
!;'..., tianv nisi, sn.rt "
W an aov etJerine ear Isamaas stock of fancy LVeet
sua at price lew uiaa vr befor afferad in thl city.
urn anouioa or me udi.s ef thia cit and Tleiai
aoKctted. a ear stock is wry (eleot and eomplete to
gfvkrtot gooasin Uils Ho. F, PETER SAIN,
.. pT4. 'i tb v'..i"-i nt w (TrsMtJa Ulih stnat.
1 ' J
W ' 8
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It7I IMVITB ATTINTION to aoma of the mot ex
traordinary eurea by my
They are at home, and any one who ha doubt can In
quire of th peraon who bar been cured by.lt.
DR. K1T8ER IB PRSPABBD AT ANY TIME To
IXAMDia LUNGS WITHOUT CHARGE FOB ALL
THOBB WHO NEED DIB MK0IO1NE8.
ATTEND TO" TOUR COLDS A earn of fire year'
landing oured by DB . KEY BSB'B P EOTOB AL B IBCP.
PiTTiinaoH, Jan. 11, 1600.
, Da. Kama : My wife ha been afflicted with a bad
cough and difficulty of breathing, for fir or tlx yean,
which, for icTeral yean back, bad gradually tncreaaedin
violence. Th complaint ha been hereditary, and ihe
bad bean treated by aeTenl physician without any re
lief. In thl atate of her cue. I procured oma of loor
Pectoral Cough Syrup. I bought, the Ant time, a fifty
cent bottle, which reliered ker rery much ; I then called
and got a dollar bottle, which eared her entlnry, and
he ha now no trace of the former dltcaas, except weak
ness, i wouio, aim aiat mat i uaea in medicine my
elf to a cold and cough. The medicine cured me by tak
lug on do. I exprea my entire atlifaction with tbe
medicine, ana you are at liberty to publish thia if sou
dealre to do ao. : WM. WILSON,
, Alderman Pifth Ward.
PirnioaoH, Not. 18, 1858.
Da. Kama : Although not an advocate of Patent
Medicine., in general, it afford m pleasure Indeacrlba
ble to recommend your Pectoral Sjrup. . A a medicine
it i well worthy the attention of any peraon who mar in
any manner be afflicted with cough, coldi and hoanenea
of anp-aina, ana for in peculiar qnalineattoaa for ro
moTing all that ditegreeabl aenaation attending a se
re re oold. '.
I hare been, mora or len, In my life, affected with the
eevereatof sold and hoanenea.. At time my throat
would besom ao closed a to prevent my .peaking above
a wnuper, ana rjy taxing a lew aoses oi in amt syrup
It would roller me entirely.
In recommending thl medicine, I must unhesitatingly
ay that it is the beat remedy I ever found, purporting to
cure th above, nor should any family be without this
remedy loraueasea ao prevalent.
, Yonra, most respectfully,
' BDWARD J JONES,
Cashier Citiaem' Deposit Bank.
BTxuirjrvrLLcO.. March 14. 1B50
I have need Dr. Keysor's Cough Syrup for a bad cough
of teveral yean standing, and can cheerfully say it is
in best medicine for th tarn that 1 have ever taken.
J. W. PRICK.
COL. PBATT AND DB. KBTBXB'S PECTORAL
SYRUP. Da. Kxraaa Dear Sir: Baou the delay of
my acknowledglag th. excellence of your Pectoral Cough
Byrup sooner. I take great pleasure In saying that it is
all you say It I. Jl hnod&dth noil out oj my eovqh
and th wont on I was ever afflicted with: I have not
used more than one-half of tb bottle, and I can and do
wish that all who are afflicted would give It a fair a trial
as I have done, and they will be proud to say, "It Is no
quack medieino." I would not inner another such .n
attack for any consideration, or at any cost. I am con
fident I can breath mor freely than Isfr did. I ihall
always acknowledge a debt of gratitude for inventing so
excellent a remedy, i ou are ei uoerty to use my ni
in this regard, a yon think proper. B. P. PRATT.
. Messenger Common Oouncll, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Pittsburgh, May 11, 18W.
N. B I am no stranger to my fellow-cltlseni, and
who entertain doubts can consult me personally.
I. P. P.
Prrmtraaa, April !4. 1857.
BEAD THB TRUTH. Da. Knsss: I hare a daugh
ter wno na taken several medicine ror a bad oough,
without benefit among them Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral.
I purchaMd from you a bottle of your PEOTOsLAL
SYRUP, and before ah had used half a bottle she was
reliered. Tbe second bottle cund her entirely of her
cough. JOHN DARIN,
ttODinson street, Aiiegnenjr. .
PiTTsatman, December, 31, 18S3.
A OKBAT CURB BY DB, KEYBEB'8 MOIORAL
SYRUP. I live In Peebles township, Allegheny county.
I had a ooughtng and spitting, which commenced aoout
the 4th of February last, and continued eight months, I
employed the beat physician In th country, and my
cough continued unabated until early in October. At
that time I waa advised to try your PECTORAL COUOH
SYRUP, which I did, and after I had taken one bottle I
was entirely free from tb conghlng and spitting. I had
urea oi ever getting wen, and i tuna it snouid be
ra that this valuable remedy will do for othen what
It has dona In my case JOHN 0. LITTLE,
Witness B. M.ttnta. reebles totynhrp.
Pa-rroa Tr., April 14, 18J7.
A WONDERFUL CURB. Bom. time ago. an old
neighbor of mine waa very illj with a bad cough which
very on supposed to be consumption. Hi relative
told me that he bad taken every remedy they heard of
without beneflt; hi brother came to see mm die, and all
were aonnnaed In the belief that he could not ttv. J
had about th. third at a bottle of your Pectoral Byrup,
which I gave him, and it entirely cured him, to the aston
ishment of all. What makes th case mora remarkable,
is th extreme age of the man, he being aboatetgbtjyean
Id. I have ao doubt tb Pectoral saved hi lire. " -.-,
. ; ,: ! . i ! . J0HMJN QINMISj .
DB. KEYBER'S PECTORAL 8YBUP IN BLAIBS.
vxiiin. rieaee scnume anouier euppiy or your Tata
able "Pectoral Byrup." Almost everybody around as
ha the cold and an inquiring for "Dr. Kysrs Pectoral
Byrup." We hav sold sixteen bottles last week, and are
now entirely out. Mr. A. Alter and Mr. P. Usher, both
of Blalrrville, Pa., tell us they would not be without It
in their families. In fact, all Who us it one want It
again. . Your, respectfully,
j. p. ffAiiatiDUM Byaa.
January 30, 1860.
ANOTHER NEW CBBTIf ICATB DR. KBYBBB'B
PECTORAL SYRUP-I had been troubled with aooueh
and cold lor several week so bad was It that I eon id not
sleep, 1 had the advice and prescriptions from three of
the nest pnystcianim inoetty, wnom i coma name, nut do
not do so. l Dually procured a bottle or your Pectoral
Syrup, which cured me entirely. - BIgned, .
. J. W. B141UMION,
, 836 Liberty street, Pittsburgh, Pa., Jan. S, I860. .
' i . i : .
STOP TH ATMJOUOHINa ."'How can I do lt? "Oo
to Keyser'a on Wood street and get a bottle of his Oongh
Pectoial. and if that don't our yoa, roar case must be
desperate Indeed." Tbl kaapecimeaof th ooIIoout
n near almost every uay in coia eatcning periods of
in year, ana we can, rrom aoiuai experiment, oneer
fu lly concur In the adviser1 admonition as above, for we
have tried th "Pectoral,'' la a most stubborn can, with
entire success. Near two week ago w went to Pittsburgh,
with on of th most distressing, sontrary, mullah, un
suitable cough we ever experienced linos car adv.nl
upon tills mundane sphere, we coughed steadily and
laboriously for on. whole week. In hopes of Urtno U out.
but it wsa no go. In fact it saemed rather to have im
proved by practice, and to hav acquired stronrth. poten
cy and diitriuibiUty by the operation. In this stage of
tbe siege, we coached our way to Kcyser, 140 Wood St.
procured fifty cut bottle of th "Pectoral;'1 took It
according to direction, and in forty -lght boun w were
master of th field, the enemy having unconditionally
surrendered, after a brief but nneqnsl conflict with so
formidable an adversary as Ksyarr famous "Cough
rcctorai. jsrwmmu vnvptr, jjoq, n, ioa. ,
DB. KEYBER'S PECTORAL SYRUP Is prepared and
old by Dr. GEOBQE H. XBYSEB. 140 Wood street.
ILf bold in voiumous ay uumpTa eAMUBL.
( ."'A BXJItSi CUKE.
Prepared and sold by
'V' ' ;.V -J Da. GEO. H. KXYSEB,
Price, 85 eenta. , 140 Wood t., Pithlmrgli, Pa.
TO Boffl In Columbuiby BOBBRTS A SAMUEL.
JAB. M. M'KBB.
WM. H. BEBTIBAUX.
. No. 84 North Hla;b Street,
. . COLUMBUS, OHIO,
HAVE Olf HAND AT WnOLESATE
and Retail, flNKHT STAPLE BROOBBIBB,
FLOUR, SALT, TEA, OOrFIB, SUGAR, TOBAOCO,
BKQARS.Eto , Etc.. Our Stock has been purohaaed
Eastern Clues daring the Paulo,
. ; ; .- jpoxx .; oao rr, . "
and out mala endeavor will b t offer inducemtnta
CASS VTXRS Which art not exceled by py Mouse
SI) $l)io Qtattsmau
Dally, per year.. ....... -p...
Wkhj, per yea i .
SPEECH OF HON. MANNING STIERS, OF
Hon. Ma, 8nEaa Vnr Sir;The underaigo-
ed, Democratlo Members of tbe General Aiaem
bly, request a oopy' of year able ternaries on
House Bill No. 350, for publication.
0. W. ANDREWS,
B. W- OARLIBLB,
O. HUOBEB, .
A. P. DKVOBB, , , '
, DENNIS OQLE,
A. PIBROB, ' " '
M08B8 J. PATTBRBOti,
' March 1, 1861.'
RiMitcs or Ma. Srrcis, in tbe Ohio Ilooas or
Rekksintatites, Fib. 27th, 1861, Droit the
Amendment or Ms. Hdtoheson, or MarnsoN,
to H. B. No. 350, sr Ma. Bhaw A Bill to
PkETENT GiVINO AID TO FOOITIVE SLAVE.
Ma. SrEAKEa: Inasmuch as a wide range
baa been sired to the aubject now under coo-
alderation, I hope the House will Indulge me for
the brief apace pi time I arAiteonaame. wnen
this bill was first brought up, I conclnded to say
not a word upon It; but, sir, it seems that tbe
perilous condition of the country imperatively
demands that every man upon thia floor, and else
where ihou'd speakout boldiy,and let tbe country
kooir where be itanda. Tbia glorious Union of
our, cemented by toe Diooa or our tatuera, la
threatened with disruption it Is severed. Thia
Republic, which has been regarded as the model
government of the cirilized world thia land ot
civil and rellgloue freedom this land of law
and order this land of science and learning,
Is drifting: to Ood only knows where. What
brought about all thia 7 Ah, that's the ques
tion. I propose, Mr. Speaker, to gire some of
my views upon this subject.
Fanaticism, wherever itfexistsi produces evil,
and the evil is proportionate to the magnitude
of tbe principle which produces it. . Tbe evil
with which our country Is at preaent threat
ened had its origin with the AbolltionUtg of
the North. For some time that element bad
bnt little influence, hence It did but little harm;
but aa St increased, our troubles Increased, until
tbey have attained their present magnitude.
The Presidential campaign of 1852 witnessed
tbe last struggle and defeat of tbe old Whig
party. That party was then disbanded, and upoo
its ruins was reared the present Republican par
ty, or the old Abolition party modified, and bnt
slightly modified at that. The avowed object
of this party was, and has always been, to wage
a war of extermination on slavery; to array one
portion of tbe country in deadly bats against
tbe interests ana institutions or another: a par.
ty with so little soul In it as not to embrace the
interests oi Ihe entire country, bnt only a part
of it. Instead of strengthening the bonds of
Union, tbey bare tried bow far tbey could
stretch tbem. It most be evident to every re
flecting mind that, when such party gels the
ascendency in the Government, it must bring
with it, as its own legitimate results, discord
and disunion. - Tbat party has triumphed, and
thia day the country ia reapine its bitter fruits.
From the very hour of its success, disunion
began. Republican gentlemen on this noor dis
claim the idea of meddling with slavery where
It exists by law. 1 am glad to hear such decla
rations, and more glad to believe tbat they are
honest and sincere. They speak the sentiments
ot a largo portion oi tbeir party tbe conserve.
tive wing, and I would that tbat portion was
much stronger and more powerful than it is;
bnt many ot their leaders, tbe men who to a great
extent make their platforms and their literature,
and control their actions, are of the Irrrprtttible
To this large and patriotio class of Renubli
cans, I would say, if yon cannot go the fnll
length of your radicaNeaders, won bad better
abandon them, for you are fonnd in rather bad
company. John Brown raids and under ground
ran roaas are aucaraea ana vehemently de
nounced, and yet the doctrine that the LJnlon
cannot exlat part free and part slave, the Irre
pressible tvonuicl, is endorsed and swallowed
down with greediness. Tbey are perieotly will
ing the South should bare tbeir Constitutional
rights, but it must be according to their own In
terpretation of tbem. The bill now before ns
proposes to carry out more fully one of the
plainest provisions of the Constitution of the
United States. In that instrument I find the
following clause: . "No person held to service
or labor in one State, nnder the laws thereof,
escaping into another, shall, in , consequence of
any law or regulation therein, be discharged
from such service or labor, but shall be deliv
ered up i on claim of tbe party to whom auoh
aervice or labor may be due." , Sir, we are as
much bound to support this clause of the Con
stltutioB as any other. ; Tbe oath taken at the
stand imposes an obligation vpon me and up
poo yoa that we cannot shake off. And every
citizen of the United States is just as much in
honor bound to support every provision of that
Instrument, IrrespetUre of his own personal
views ot propriety and jttetloe. as we are.
Let no higher Urn principle in terrene between
na and our DDaerranee of oar country's laws.
Right or wrong, good or bad, I stand firmly up
on the Constitution made by oar fathers. .
1 believe tnat slavery in the main is wrong.
bnt, sir, I never have seen, nor do I ever ex
pect to see, any good resulting lrora the agita
tion of the subject, but, on tbe contrary I have
seen ab! and the country now feels to its very
vitals that the affect of this agitation is evil
and only evil, and that continually. Uis it
loosed the fetters of a single slave? Except,
perhaps, by under-ground railroads, it baa run
him off to Lanaaa, in tnat nnooneenial climate.
and in many cases left the poor wretch in a
worse condition than before. Has it in anv wav
tended to ameliorate the condition of tbe black
man? It baa not resulted in any good to the
slave himself, and it cannot , .Not only bare
many politicians of the north engaged, in this
crusade, bnt I regret to say that ministers, in
some eases, have aetmtd so far to bare forgot
ten tne oiaims oi toe goepet npon tbem. as to
condescend to preaoh politics instead of the gos
pel, inateaa oi preaonmg linnet and him cru
oiued, they preach tbe negro and bim la bonds.
They are leae particular to reprove tbeir people
of their own ahis, than of the sins of their
neighbors, with which they hare nothing to do.
Tbet speak with melting tenderness of. the dark
corse of slavery in the South, but they forget
to enforce tbat other more important command:
"Let every man mind his own bnelneas, and not
meddle himself witn tbe attain of bis neigh
Toroh'light processions, and Wide-Awake
fandangoes, are places good enough, it would
seem, lor those commissioned by Heaven to pro
claim peace on earth and good will to man.
Has u indeed corae to tbisi v Whither are we
tending! -.. in v !.- - ,', r
r i nave neiore intimated, mr Breaker, tbat
one extreme produces another it mast have its
ooanterpart.' 8o far from any good being ac
complished by Abolition fanaticism in abusing
the Sonthern people, yoa have not only made
then mora tenacious of their ' tights; as they
understand them, more rigid in the government
of their slaree, and less disposed than ever
before to emancipation, out yon have Incurred
their ill will rea,: their actual hatred. The
venerable gentleman from Cincinnati (Mr. Jo
nas), told us tbe other day that oar neichborlns
State of Kentueky was on the ere at one time of
emancipating her slaves. Good reasons exist
to warren tbe belief that this desirable object
would have bees attained, but for tbe anreaaonv
ble and nnjustinable course of Northern fanatics,
in attempting to drive the people of tbe Bonth
to take that step.., Sir, joa-cannot drive men
Into measures; jon most Allow tbsm to go of
their own accord, If they go at all..- Slavery,
to-day .would be less rigid, and the people more
disposed to conservatism, had there been less
agitation of tbe subject. , ; i ...
1 indulge ia tbe hope tbat thia mischievous
practice will soon be hushed in the sober renec
tion of an Intelligent people, so far, at least,
legislation ia concerned. I wish to see' this
vexed question forever banished
of Congress- It never ousht
from the halls
there but tbe people for themselves, and in
their own way, should be left to regulate this, as
well as all other domestlo institutions, my
confide noe is in the wisdom, patriotism and vir
tue of the people, the bone end sinew, of the
country, not In demagogues and traitors not in
Congress. And, sir, in my humble opinion, if
tbe present difficulties of the country were fully
and fairly submitted to, and committed into the
hands of the great American people, North and
South, tbe danger that threatens tbe Union
would bo averted. But I am digressing. : ;
I have no sympathy for extremists, either
North or South. I believe this secession move
ment In the South Is all wrong. I speak my
own sentiments irrespective of party preference.
It may be, sir, that tbe South has been seek
ing a pretext for their present course, a has
been charged, but has not the North been squal
ly anxious to furnish that pretext? But if so, that
does not justify yoa ia your course. Yoa sent
tbe firebrand into the Southern eamp, and in
flamed the Southern mind. The fanatics of
the North and the hotspurs of the South aro
both responsible to the country and to tbe world
lor tbe deatrnction of our peace and harmony.
Tbe gentleman from Meigs (Mr. flants) baa
repeatedly charged the So uthern people with
being "Traitors with weapons in their hands to
strike down tho Government," bnt he seems to
forget tbat all traitors do not live in the South,
nor all patriots in the North. In attempting to
screen yourselves, yoa have defiantly propound
ed tbe question, What hat toe done? Allow me
to turn Yankee and answer tbe question by ask
ing another: What asm you not done? even to
the violation ot a plain proviaion of the Consti
tution Itself? What mean those personal
liberty laws, passed, I believe, by no less than
ten State of tbe North? One of these States
has repealed its obnoxious laws, and others
have promised to do so. I am glad of it, yet I
fear tbey will not all have tbe moral courage to
But you say these laws amount to nothing.
they are not enforced, not observed; that the
fugitive slave law has been generally enforced;
that Lincoln has been constitutionally elected,
and therefore tbe South bas no cause for com
Admitting for tbe sake of the argument that
tbese lawa are of no force, &c., and while I am
free to confess that these of themselves are not
sufficient cause for secession, yet the ssirtl
which lies at the bottom of all this it a hut
oause for complaint, and this fills tbe. South
Mr. Speaker, as patriots, I believe It is our
doty to take our position just half way between
tbese two extremes, and call to our aid all tbe
influences which may be brought to bear to roll
back the dangerous tide of fanaticism from the
North and the equally danger oua tide of dis
union from the Soutb.
This, I understand, to be tbe position of the
northern Democracy. In my opinion, this ele
ment must bold tbe Union together, if it is held
In addition to this, all guarantees tbat south
ern rigbts will bo respected arc entirely with
held. . : -
Yoa say tbat yoa have done no wrong, and
therefore yoa will make no concessions. This
might do if every one thought lust as you do.
but this does not meet the case. They are as
sincere as yon, and ask yoa to give them reas-
onaDie assurances that tbeir riEbta will be re
There is but one way by which peace and
tranquility can be restored to our distracted
country, and that is by compromises, and tbia
may De done witboutsscrihoingthe honor or dig'
nity of any portion of the country. The Constltu
tion nnder whose benign influence we have lived
and prospered, and to which we are indebted
ror ail tbe political blessing we enjoy as a peo
ple, was the result of compromises. The polit
ical storms which arose and threatened the des
truction of the Union ia 1820 and in 1850 were
allayed by compromise and mutual concession.
Oar patriotio lathers, who calmed the wrathful
tempests In the former history of the country,
thought it no dishonor to lay tbeir personal and
i'i ljf jemiuige pon snw auaroi ineir counjrv.
Let us imitate their example. A Union held
together by musket and bayonets is no Union at
all. Tbe main strength of the bands of Union
does not exist in standing armies, nor aolely in
written constitutions and laws bat la the virtue,
naeuty and hearts of tbe American people. !
The times require us to act like patriots, not
partisans. Party platforms and party opinions
are aa but dust in the balance, compared to the
perpetuity of the Union. For one. I am willing
to sacrifice every veaifge of party Drinciole. U
u come in me way ot an honorable and peace
ful adjustment. No (aerifies ahould be too great
to make for oar country. Shall these blessed
Institutions, purchased by tbe blood of oar fath
ers, pass oat of our bands? i Shall the blood ef
Bunker Hill, of Brandy wine, and Yorktown, be
shed In vain? God forbid. Shall this boasted
land of liberty this pillar of the world's fa-
tore bope of freedom be crushed to earth to
rise no more? No, no, no. . ,
"Truth crushed to earth will rise again ; 1 '
- Th eternal years at Oon ar kers. " ; . '
Who oan contemplate the horrors ot a civil
war, such aa ours must be, without feeling bis
nesn creep upon nis Done 7 its character most
be such as no historian has ever yet recorded.
1 be nistory or tho I udors and flantageneta of
x ora ana L-eneester, yea, ana ail tne faovons
that have ever oontended in Europe, would coo-
etilate bat a tinted page, compared with our
own downfall and consequences. instead of our
temples of religion, education and amusement,
we will have moated baatilos and garrisons for
tending armies. Instead of the busy hum of
happy peaee, we will hear the clash and conflict
of arms, the dashing tramp of the war-stead
tbo roar or cannon, tbe screams of the wounded
and tbe moans of the dying. Instead of our
valleys yielding the reward of quiet industry,
and oar bill-aides odorous with tbo blooming
vine and olive, those valleys will be afloat in
crimson gore, those bill sides will bo bleaching
with the bones of kindred and oompanlocs. If
"Freedom shrieked when Koseiasco fell," when
this KepuDiio snail rail, li tall It must, "Free
dom, sighing from her seat through all her
works, will give signs of wo tbat all ta lost."
Tbe Deauutui though, melanoboly line I of
Moore will then be appropriate to your medita
tions: ' .: ' ...... .r .. . ,-,!., V.
" ' "Th Harp that one through Tara'a halls ' '
- ; Th soul of sauslc shad, 1 i ,i- , .1 ,
Now hang a mute as Tara'a walls, ; - , ' i
A If that soul w.r fled. ,.
No more to chiefs and ladies bright, . :r
Th Harp of Tar swells; . ; ,
. The chord that breaks alone it night,'
ItaUUofruln tells. 1 , -
Thus freedom now so seldom wakes, . '
The only throb ah. glres '
-' Is when some heart Indignant break, 1
Teahew that still shall ve.",,-
But It mast not, it cannot be. 'Though the
clouds of oar national horizon seem dark and
portentous of evil, yet I see light looming
IB tne auiaocc; 1 em nos wiinosi nope.
There are too many giortons - memories too
much of bright promise ami - of bope in the fu-
tore associatea wita tnis nanny lanovto leave
any one Indifferent to our country's fate, mace.
less naving a aeaire tor its ram. Those who
established oar Union and Republic established
for tbem ana their - posterity a monament
fame and glory. They lighted' their fires on
the altar of freedom, and left the blare bright
ly burning, with the Inlunetlon to vs. their
descendants, to keep that flame' perpotual.
now we betray our trust 'and make ours
very hands to tear down those monuments and
dash oat that flame, if the ssverest judgments
or neaven do no visitea upon as, is will only
bebeaaase the Divine Ruler ef Nations t will
manifest his omnipotence more throuah hia afr-
triDntea ot mercy tnanior j ustice. Uenera Hons
past and to oome, ear brethren at horn, and
abroad, philanthropy, patriotism and religion
bold ns responsible for this trust. May He
whose hands Is ths destiny of saes and nation!
Interpose with his Providence to save oar be
loved country.. t -" t j
Alexandre's Kid Gloves.' j
PL Alt AND EiriBROIDCRED, FIOUW
QUETAIBB aid, reguUr shape Black EliOlove,
embroidered in white, snarentswBurnl. Sui. Uadieatsd-
KldBlov. Misses KM Olovea. A oonniast.raent
. ; ' d thb cowmoic ;) the
City Fire Insurance . Company,
Of New Haven.1
fN THE Sfat DAY OF DEC E MB EH,
W uuu. made ta iha auditor of Ohio, nursuant to toe
Statute of that Stale, entitled "An act to ref ulaU Insu
rance Companies, not Incorporated by the State of Ohio,'
passed April 8, 1856. ' --' mMi:,)
' NAMB AND LOOALITION. -" '
1st. Tbe nam of the Company Is th "City Plr Insu
rance Company" and is located at Nsw Haren Con
necticut. .- ;
; i. capital.' ' ' ,
Th amount of Its Capital Stock Is.. SSOO 00
The amount of Its Capital Stock paid ap I 800 000
' I '" II ABBETS. ' ' j.
1. Cash of the Company on hand S 10.962 W ' ' r ' :
x. Uaaii in th. nanus or ana cue
Real Bstat. unincumbered
Tb Bonds and stocks owocd by
S,000 SO .!'
. Ml 115 910,004 (r
the Company as per vouch- ' " ' .
' ers accompanying how " ' ' 1 Jji
cured, aad the rat of in-, i. . ,(
terest thereon, to wit:..., ; j
Ponds (as per Schedule) I
Par Value, i0,5O0. Market Value, 9 7,700 00
Stocks (as par Schedule) :
Par Valu 8214.500. Market Vela..... S37.7C3 DO
5. Debudue th. CoDpany,seeur- ;- , i
ed by montage, on eninoum- . ,
bered Real Estate, aa per
' roucher accompanying .'.
. Debts for premiums..--
I. All other securities consisting
of Interest, Loans on calls,
Total asset of th Oompany. .
' 111. LIABILITIES, i '
3th. The amount of liabilities; doe
ornotda,toBankeandoth- . .
r creditor none. ...... .
7th. Leese adjusted and not due .
8th. Losses resisted by tb Co., 9,400 00
9th. Lone In suspense waiting
' for nrther proof 6,306 W
10th. All other claims against . . -
th Company. . ... 300 uo
, Total liabilities.... ..... ..
11th. The greatest amount insured In any
one risk usually not to exceed 1 10 COO 00
19th. The greatest amount allowed by th
rule to be insured in any on city,
town or village, not limited- 1
13th. The greatest amount allowed to be
insured in any on. block asaally
not to exceed i 10 000 00
Ths amount of it capital or earning deposited
In any other State, as security for losses there -'
in, naming tbem, with the amount In each, and
'. whether such company transact any business
ot Insurance In said 'State or B la tee, none. 1
The Charter, or act of Interpolation of said Com-
. pny. '
gTiTivOonicTicuT, " '
County of New Haven, j
Wells Bonthworth, President, and Levi B. Bradley,
Somtarv of the Cltv fir Insu.aace Companyf New 11a-
ran . Connecticut, belni severally sworn, depose and say,
that the foregoing is a full, true and correct statement
of the affairs of the said Oompany that th tald Insur
ance Company i the bona fl'i. awne of at least On
Hundred Thousand Dollars of actual cash capital Inves
ted in Btock and Bonds, or in Mortgages.pn Real Estate,
arth double the amount for Which tb nam n mora
gaged; that the abov described Investments. nor any
part thereof, are made for tb benefit of any Individual
exercising auuxmty in we managesueD. aivu,wai.wix,
either as President, Becietary, Treasurer, Director, or
otherwIMl that th mortgage above described bar not
bees assigned, nor In any manner released or nnpaireu oy
said Company ; and that they are the abore described offi
cers ol said Inanrancs Company. ;
WELLS SOUTHWOBTH, President,
LEVI B. BBADLBT, Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn before me, tbe 31s day of Jann
nary, mi, ' JOHN B. OBAVBB,
jb.s.) ' Juatlaa of th Peace.
Orrici or ma AcniToa or Btiti,
Columbus, O., January 2S, 1801. .
1. BobertW. Taylsr, Auditor of State, hereby cer
tify that the foregeiog le a correct opy of th statement
of Condition of the City lira Insurance Company, .of
New Haven, Connecticut, mad ta this office (or the
year 1B61, and now on file herein.
Witness my hand and seal officilly.
s lL. a. B. W. TATLEB.
Auditor of State.
Certificate of Autborlty.
(To explr on the 31st day of Janu ary, 1602.)
AooiToa or grin's Oma,
. . Imraaaiwa Uar.aTJUurT
Columbus, Ohio, January 28, 1MU. )
Wnnxas, The CITY TIRB INSURANCE COMPA
NT, located at New Hare, tn the;Stataef Connecticut,
ha Sled in this office a sworn statement of IteooodirJon,
a required by the first aeotien of theaot "To regulate
Insurance Companle not incorporated by th Slate of
Ohio,' passed April 8, 1850; aad Wsnu, said company
ha furnished th undersigned tatlafaetory vldaaa that it
Is possessed of at least en. hundred thousand dollar of
actual caoital Invested in slock, or In bonds, ar In mort
gage of real estate, worth doable th - amount for which
the same Is mortgaged; and, Wsnausta, said company bas
filed In this office a written Instrument uader Its corpo
rative seal, signed by the President and Secretary there
of, authorising aoy sgent or agent of said oompany In
this State, to acknowledge rvia of praoas, for and In
behalf of said company, consenting that such service of
process shall be taken and held to be aa valid aa if served
upon the company, accenting to the law of thl or any
other State, and waiving all olaira or right of error, by
reason of such acknowledgment of service. .1
Now, therefore, in pursuance of th first section of
th aforesaid act. I, Robert W. Tayler, Auditor ef Bute
for the Stat of Ohio, do hereby certify that said city
tire Insurance Oompany of New Haven, Oooneeticat, i
authorized to transact tb business or rir insaranoe
in thl State uutil the thlrty-fltst day of January,
in' the year on thousand eight hundred and sixty
In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my
name and caused th seal of my offlea to o
affixed the day andyearebov written. :
, B.W.TATLBB, 1 .
ic:.!ii,a,..i.;i, Auditor t State; '
j Sill. j
J. II. YHEELER, Agent,1
. . c; f f-. i COLUMBUS, OHIO
' ' r No. 8lt South High Street. ;
Jan28 dlw j 1
Irish Linen Goods. j
. . 1
TVTAKBANTED FABKIO . . . I .
TT Linen Bhlrt Bosom , Plain and Fancy . 1 -
Shirting and Bosom Linens. i
. ft ' Linen Basettng aad Pillow Casings. I
-I . ; :-. Line Cambric and Loog Lawn.
Linen Pocket-handk'f, all liaae.
Lintn Towelling and Diapers.
' Linen Napklna and D'OyHe.
Linen labia Cloth and Satin Damask. ; " '
.. , Linen Towel with colored borders. .
, Linen Btalr Ooverfngsand Crash.
. II rorsaleat lowpricea. : ' .
- BAIN as SON, ,
fci2S . , . .. . No. S9 South Uich.treet.'
ladies' linen Fooket-Haadk'Jb. ,. ;
kerchief., verv wide hem. , 1
Embroidered Linen Handk's all prices.
nemmed Btitcneaana piatn ao, ao. :
1 do -dot colored borders '
. Mourning do : : , black borders - ; ...
do do t new sty 1 cross stitched.
Pine Apple do ' newpatterns.
' Mlise Plain and Hemmed Stitched do all price..
Comprising th ssost ssiect asMrtaxntla th eity and
at lowest prices. nain at son,
rents . , , ,, .. . , no. xv bouu uign Btreei.
I1EKRT KfCnLEB, l.
(Late of Phalon's Establishment, ft. Tn) Poprlt.re
th New Yorx rasnjonabre Bhanng, Hair Untting
SbamBoonma. Ourlimrand Dresstnt Saloon. East But
street, over tb Poet Office, where satisfaction will
b given to aU the varioui branches. Ladle and
Children' tiair Dressing oon in tne seat, tyl-Jyl-dlv
- ' i
ERKINOt HERBINGM-30 !
..No. 1 Pickled Kerrine la store, for sale byt .
ItcttEB St RE8TISAUI. ' '
j " St, Berth High street.
V 1 , meeuessl Fsiroeea. i'
ETJUBBANDDIBSi'TfTNIS, CORDIALS, AND BIT
Teas, from "Bonded Warehcflse" . , , ,
was. nciAii. suv,
'as. bciaji. sui,
100 South High Street.
a r a l.TESE A THREAD LACE HtlTTS
ifl f .legaat Cttslitie. for Ladiesj also, Vler' Mitt
mat variety . ' ' T . ; ; - - . - SAW'S.
PEARL, STARCH. )
1,500 lb. Ksdison, Watt A Cos pure, unoheml
ealad Pearl Starch, a uperr article, retoelved la store
foralbr 1"! ' HoKBSAi BEBTIBATJX,
tll.j ti,,3 't "1 1'. ,;.! Statasmaa Building
TTlANCir LINEN AND SILK FANS IN
JD new styleel . aBlbboa Bound. Extension and la-
dianransat . aaiwe .
ayS j i" wo, wiaeaia hib aiw v
LACK STRAW BONNETS AND ELa
J emnt Ribbons, In areat variety at ' BAIH-S, e
it ' Bajn-a, 1
St. High street.
TTTinE rlSANTtiB B4BAOES, BOTH
NUlUACaS, S1LKB BOB
J2i Stroet Basques and afaatles; alsa sUch Trlmmtti ,
tosutca,a. jawkaat-" -
i !-j3 t,! !.:d"'
1:; t.j v, v'-'nil ti--
:0 i I
i ' r i .'
' I: if i
KNAPP l COifO
1 aii oi
1 a.-: J lo tn
1 In .s-iit''!
' 'fcTT1iTT CI IT Y? Til i.
( v. J.ii . OAUAVHi, b;
I l'l "JO S..'". IfT.fM I'lTT.H.
. I h- v- -li t is ...li''. ,-ic
' " From aad after this data we shall -.
1 -' ...... ....o.iv u 4u'.at
-': Tr.-i vr, 3: 3
REDUCE THE r PRICE
OF OUA WINTER. G00D3
TWEtttTY; FIVE PER' CEOTt
in oaoii to Mitr a 00 si roa otra
v ' i- V'i ;
Our assortment is still good,
and it is known to every
one that our
'. - . ..... i . i
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO. SELL,
90 DO NOT FORGET THE
'....!:. .; -.'.
CHEAP STORE OF , -,()
knapp &; ob ,
SOUTH HIGH STREET,-:
1 1 : ! i,,.. : 1
. A ; .
S Tons of Featbere
HA VINO A OIBCULATIOV .u
IABOKB IT limU THOTJAbT)I
Thaa any other paper la Ohio, eatalde of OlndnnatT
Offers Facilities for Advertising
. Which CANNOT I AIL to bring '
Spaedjr and BemwneratlTe Be tarsi
To thoa who tak ad van tag af thasa.' '
THB , VV H'.H'.KTjY BTATB8MA IS .
D iitribated as it I through every Post OfBca la Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Headers
Who patrooag la valuabl. and who asliosa as th
Dally Bdidoas ef city journalsl and as aalf
A limited Komberof AdTBrtiiemsntA
Ar inserted la It columns, appopriataly and
.-... ;.V :;Ot'AU.I .
WHOLESALE - DEALERS
AdrerUaing In th WBEKXt BTATEBMArT wftl fin
..,., , , ... It sdvantafoas to , , 4
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which la almoct eartarn ta follow aa ealaaatW dlssemln
; 'atton'1''. knowtodgaot their bbsumsS-'
ADVBBnSBMErTTS INTBNDBD tOl ' .
Should b aanded in before friday nooa.
r,: something;; NEV.-
r ; AMERICAN , .VATCHES:
CALts AT NO. 83. SOUTH HIGH EX.,
and examine our new make of
,AM ERIC Ah' WATCHES,
akaanfactaredb I. BOWABB sh CO . Bosssa. Maaa.
These Watches are far superior to anything ever offered
toth.ao.btie, heretofore.' Mav4e the aoiavrr agency,
I saa sell thee at price 1
.; in vmmt . bar ut
mind km atock of
I., - , i , . . -1 ml il
, ,. .. AMERICAN W ATQBE?,
1 .1 - -
manuiaetored by APPLE ION, TB ACT, ACOi aIo,a
8n assortment of " " '
ENGLISH AND STVJIS9 .WATCHES,
lanW, . . "W. J". IAVA01.
' ; ' ......
l BILL POSTnia-1
. i'i-a :;w V?.''.' : ,n u.jjv 1ct ft'v
JOHN Hi STEklY
Will attend ta th
B1XL3 UT TIII3 CITY.
t.. t.'' Kt...-till
Alt orders left 1 tb Otte of th ' JStalitxiii will be
piaBtlyatssadeltw.i'''-"-9 ' .U ..ijji eanll-tf
afawararf am Sacvarrv. end lanaafia La. Co.
Raw xoau suacvaWT end Orrv or Haa'
Nsw lopg Lira and Ooiea. AicTuaa Lira.
rflew, i Hltk S- aragt ri
tVWf tJ i 'fi r-d i:w tnariJor U .
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