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MAKlfSHST HIIXEB. lbllehart.
SATURDAY MORfllNG, JAN. 4, 18G1.
THE OHIO STATESMAN
THE OHIO STATESMAN FOR THE
THE OHIO STATESMAN FOR THE Session of the General Assembly
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G. MiU. of Fytte; B. J. Cote,J A4ami
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Loit.of Daitoi B 8. Woodbury; of Geaiig
6.8' Wtrnfr, of Lorio; A. .P J- Soyder, of
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Wittar.'of Morgan; Go.'W. He. tef;JTrtm.
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Death of Professor Walker.
fi. P. Wlk, ProfeMOt of Rhetoric ao4
Sellee' tettrcs. !o MuttetU Collogei'died at
Athene, Ohio, oo( Friday of ,1m, wek, In 1 fte
tuaty tigbm'.yWi of bit ttt i He r young
niad of mwe taua 6rdl naif ability abd piom&e,
nd asio a fiir way to diiiiogriieh himself at
mao ofletterg, lo the poiilioa be held at the
lime of hit death.
Vtnt tV.i.iEi ib a eradaale of Marietta
College, of the Clan of 1856." '
Death of Professor Walker. Dr. Henry Smith.
R. Dr. Hinit 8miH, formerly Preaident
ol Mwietta College, haa reeigoed the Proftas
orahio ol Sacred Rhetoric and Church History
in Lane Semiuaryi with tie of acoeptiog a
call from" the Nottb Church, In Buffalo, New
'Dr. Smith ll maof greai abilityend, a
Pnttdeut of MaiieUa College and Professor. In
L.oa Seminary, he baa done much for tbt cause
uf education in the WeaL We hate do doubt
lut tha tit will" ii at sqceteaful ia tbt Mf re
lBiion an be hJ beea in tbt important poaiUons
be hai hitherto held. By thit change, tht State
of New York Mini what Ohio and the NorUv
H"lnaa a'rlnt scbolar' ana" an enihiBnt
Divine. jj. " . . i".4 ...
Charles Anderson in Cincinnati.
Tbt Opart, Edtse ia Clnolnuatl was crowded
to iu uimost cpacity last Tbuiaiay erening,
to welcooit Cblm AnDiiasoii baok to hit old
borne. Ex-Mayor EisHor presided, end Rer.
Dr. Ttonrjoit made the opening prayer. The
Idre of weloome was, delirered by Judge
Sroara, in bis happiest' manner, Mr. Andkkso
standing, and tbt rait audlacet cheering entau
MrABPttSON rcepOLjcJ, epfakisi twtf hours
and a half, eloquently reciting the cauae o( hit
.r...t In Trxta. and Bivine tht narratift of
bit eeoape, being substantially what wt publish
td eome days ago from bis New York speech.
The receptiob was worthy tbt city thai gart it,
at well at tbt honored and eloquent gentleman
to whom it was given
Er Tbt Stark County Bank.'al Canton, ina
nmnAtti mfiflie oavments on i last Tuesday. So
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lays tht Democrat,
ST Tht President of tbt, Bank of tbt State of
Indiana publishes a card in the, Indianapolis
Stntinel, announcing that that icatitution will
wot follow tbe example of the Eastern banks in
suspending specie payment!; but will eontino
to redeem its notes in gold and silver upon
fX Wt uoderitand that.Dr. Mokhah, Ute
Representative from Athens county, has. been
appointed Lieut.-Colonel of tbe Sixly-'.lilrd
Ohio Reelment iTCol., Crale's), in- place of
Lieut. Colonel Gxint, who bat been retained
to h' old Reeiment. tbe Tbirtv-flrst Dr. M.
bat been Assistant Surgeon tf Iht Sixty-third
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Q A fire occurred at Hilldborougb on Satur
day, Deo. 518, destroying a eboo shop tad a
building In which was milincry store." Tht
Utter building belooged to L.Jl-t Trimble,
whose lots is about $2,000, with no insurance
Tlit loss to other patties was not large.
JT The Catholic Telegraph appears tWweek
oader new aotDteet and maclr improved fa most
of Hi departmenU. It is now printed Apd pub-
lirihed bv Jjrepb A. Hemann. Tbt editors are
Rev. S. H. Risecrane, D. D., and Very Rev J E
Purctll. i J' ' ;j '
Little Miami Railroad.
A Th annnal meetine of the stockholders oi
tbt LitCe 'Miami Raiiroal fo ibe election of
officers and Directors, was held on Tuesday last.
The old Biwrd of Director! ' wat r elected, at
JfatkaoMl iWri(h,Cioeiaaaii; Ls -Aader.
too, Ciwinnati; John H Groetbeck.CineioDati;
Jroes UelJ, jr., Unatnnauj Aipnonso A ait,
Ciuoionati; iCuarlts U. Kticour.i CMieitnari;
Henry lianna, Cinainoatt; John Bacon, Spring'
field; Abraham HUling, Xenia; W. H. Cle
ment. CiDCuiuali; J R. 6wan, Columbus;
Joseph CButler, Cinoiunatl. :.---Tbt
ioliowing axe tbe officers elected lor the
pre tut reart m . ,!
W. H. Clement, President j O. H. KIlgour",
Secretary; 8. E. Wright, TrMsnrerV D. G.
A Daveuport, Auditor; E..W, Wtodward, Su
perititeudent. -,.t t. n tt !f t"
The following it sutemenl of tht troet (n
Oime of tbe road for the ycajee:'.,;,,,,;
total exptoia. which lutlodte lntarwt, r w-U nxU
team, KaaeofO vX. Bo4 and
zpauaa yrTls iars SOO.OBB.tt)
Cause of the Bank Suspension.
Hiditrto bur ctvfl waf and the dtoget oj rot.
elgBinterfirtnct in our dotuestio Varrtl bavt
absorbed publlo atfentlon.Buf l arft.now
luruiUK orer . new vuniiiw
Bank tutoensiont form the Introduction to that
deeply Interesting financial cbaptaa J 'J
x a 1 f a M
Various aro tbe causee assigned lor me sua-
nenslonof snecle navmenttby tbteastarnbankt,
But few, of thorn touch, the real primary ground.
ThaatuBCDilon did not arlat from tbt toatelty
o;,spoit.,,.ThiNew Ytikibaakt) bad on tbt
day of tutpoBaion twenty-two or twenty-three
mimotirol dollar! In gold and taytr W eir
raut."l.;f ht'bankt hi all ,tb Northern Stotet
were reverted to be well supplied wittt specie
There were estimated to bt about two hundred
and fifty million of dollart of tpeoie olrottlaUon
iB.tbt loyal Statet. There was no general
boarding of tbt precious metals byjtba people.-
If the bsiiki paid but Specie, W wouiij naturaiiy
returno tbem. if tb,ej remained sound, and bad
uoi contracted bad debte by wblob they might
beeomt erlppkd and unable to meet the de
mands, of their depositors and other creditors. a
,,'JrVe now, approacb.lbt true seorea pf tht bank
suspeoaloa in. the. large. eastern titles, ine
banks' had become tht creditors of tbt reaerii
Government, and tbolr credit wat depending
upon Its credit .i.;,-!-; M,..a -..vt : .! i -'
i At lobg a wt have man largely Indebted
to hf wbo It knowb tl be perfectly solvent,
creditors will naturally feel easy. But 11 , our
debtor, ls in bad repu,iand..i. ta doubtful
whether he wlU bo ablt to even pay ns our' 1n
tereet, 'whIU he' Is constantly belleglo'k us" for
fresh aocommodatjioD'e,! out o'crsditora. will be
apt to grow nervous tad restlvti Ia inch cast.
It It m-nifeetly our Ibterest.'lf our other assets
are not Vmple, (o keep the credit of our debtor
good, and to dimoDilratt ,t0 our creditors that
ba will not only promptly" pay the interest; nut
ultimatelytbeprtnoialalsor'' i''' ,
Tbe eaetern bahks bad already loane4 to tbe
Federal Government over out hundred million
dollars, and am additional loan of fifty millions
more had bocn negotiated; for, payable on the
15thv tos-Vlt' was evident, too, that further
loans to an immense amount would be required.'
Bdside tbe one hundred and ten millions due tbe
banks, the Government ed over one hundred
milliobs.' fMr'.fCHatilt ad estimated,' In. bia
Treasury report, tnat ai tne eiose oi we ptewm
fi;cjl year on tbe 30. h of Juae next, tht public
debt would amount to fivt hundred ana seven
teen inltlioha, with a prbable fbcreast at tbe
tod of another year to one thousand millions
It waa sees that the lacreaie might bt masy
To meet this enormous present and. prospec
tive debt, or .cvtn to diachargt . tht interest
punctcrally while tbt principal might stand over
to another generation, U was deemed ftbtolutei;
necessary that the dutUe on Imports ahould be
largely LncNased and Leavy and unheard of
taxei ia this eonntry be levied upon the proper
ty, real and personal, or tbe people. u
But Congrets.bad been U session one taontb
and bad trractioally doae' nothing toward In.
creasing the publlo revenue, exeept passing one
short' act'fbr an Wrease 'of duties on, tea, oof-
fee and togar.. This would. not amount to
drop' in -tht bucket. The associated eastern
bankers determined to apply the screws by cre
ating an outside presaurt and bring Congress to
the work. They, concluded the most effiJeot
meant for thit end was e suspension of tpeclt
payments, which' would cause a general suf
pension throughout the. eonntry.' Tht mer
ohants, tht business men end the people gener
ally; would become alarmed, and demand of
Congress some protwtioa against a depreciated
paper ourreaey. - ' 1 i
So the bankers at once shutdown on their
specie deposits., , The Importing merchant can
no lenger draw oa hit specie deposits In bank to
-pay bis foreign creditor. Thit will Injur bit
credit abroad. People will become more or
leas dislrrstful of papas money and cammenoe
boarding. . jCurbusly enough, almcst slmulta
neously with, tht eastern suspensioa comet hn
order from Secretary Cms to tbe cuBtom houses
to pav out no more gold not even to redeem
tbe demacl Botes of tht United State Treas
ury. ' The wboie toe. em to drive Congress Into
a grand system of taxation, banking' tad finance.
has been so' far executed with no little skUJand
shrewdness, If act with an eye tlnglt to tbt (rat
interests and welfare of the people.
' It reveals at once Iht Immense power of
combination of bankers. , Whin these beoove
Mtfociatei rith the. Government aa lit sole
financial agents, on whom It It made dependent
for Us monetary supplies, they, will be able ,io
manage it at a money-making maeuof tor ueu
txolueivt benefit. . Men who will resort to snob
expedients as bank suspension with their vaults
and the country full of specie, in proer to lorce
the Government into certain measures, fit quick
en ite pact, will not hesitate long, when they
think tbefr interest will be promoted by it, to
resort to more' arbitrary, daring and oppressive
metJure&K'i ,j t;i..j Ui.
Cause of the Bank Suspension. The Cabinet on the Mason and Slidell
Affair—The Suppressed Dispatch.
Tht New .York Tribuni states that the fol
lowing Washington dispateb, intended for that
paper of Monday morning, wat' suppressed by
the Government Censor tbe evening previous:
Tbe trie hietory of tbe Trent affair at Wash
ington ia briefly tbisvAJ the first Cabinet meet
ing held after Iht eeuture of Slidell and Mason,
the President expressed himself in favor of
restoring them to tbe protection of the British
lag, if it should b dumanded." Ha laid It wat
doubtful if tbt course of Captain Wilkes eon Id
be justified by international law; and that at all
events, he coulrl not antra to nave two ware
anon his hands at tbt tame time. Attorney
General Batet echoed this opiotoa Ht thought
the seizure -aniustifiabler- and waa in favor ol
giving up tht mtn upon demand.
Secretary Seward was pon-eommittal. Tbt
ether member! of the Cabinet disagreed with
Lincoln positively, and Secretary Cuats argued
foroibly and with warmth that tbe toorse rec
ommended by the President would be dlahonor.
able to tbe- United Statea at nation. Thus
matters stood until the first belligerent note
from England. N further disoutstons took
place, nor waa the question, agate mooted in
Cabinet until Christmas' day. , .;;. t r
i ..Tbe.ditpatoh from EmI Russell to Lord
Lv'oDa was delivered at the State. Department
on Saturday, as we telegrJbed tbt ntxt day,
and Mr. Seward immediately went to work on
bit reply. Remembering tbe views ol tbe Cab
inet, previously exprewifeOj tur3 jineoiu waa aot
lb haste to oalf 4h em. togotberK 0e meeting
was adjourned to prevent premature dissuasion.
ad. another oa tbe regular, say did Dot take
Tha Ural was oa..Chrlatmat dav. and
after, Lord Lyons bad made hit eommunictr
don. - Immediately after Tbouvenel't dispatch
had been dtlivtrsd, Seward's reply waa read
to tbt ootocil, la a seis.oa prolonged tor avt
hoorioi' i-'' ; -.'";: !
! The dispateh of Tbouvenel bad eonvinocd the
opponcoU of tbe polioy of surrender that tbt
public opinion oi icarope wvu uauiu ens
land; audit waa used to teoore, uoaolmlty. in
that policy. , - . i. - ,;ia 'i'li.i ni.
i Mr. Sewarl's disoatcjl. iowertr, Wat subleot-
ed ane4 STiUoUJUoy-aUeraWns ted
moOkficatious werp suggested, mt next oay
.i..il Ann waa rpad la ths adifrornad Aanim
neetina,--farths changes were sueaeaUd, am
ths dispatch as a whole was not approve! Mud
tooptea unm rriuay morjuiif.
The Mason and Slidell Surrender.
Tt press of tht loyal Statts does not unan
Imoutlyebstaln the aotlonvpf ' tb,t vtrnmsnt
In tht Mason and Sudaxl aurrenatcJ Many of
the -Btktt Influsntlal JournaW arJtery lever'e
upon the Admlplstratjen f a Meovtif s The
todlanafolls AsriasI, the ergin of jhlB)i0
raov at Indiana. oonUlna a carefully prepared
article o tht ibbleot, from which w makt tht
following extracts, v It atatet the fjjot, that the
RepuWicao juslafitd lhe; arrests, when they
wert madt. In tbt very itrongen terms, ano
"Whea tbt ntwe of tht arrest reached Eng
Unit . rrnwl aa heard from tht British lion.
To thost defiant notes our Republican frleadt
responded meet valiantly that toe rignt waa on
our aide, and that war wat preferable to yield
ing to tht arrogant demands of our ancient en
emy. A formal demand came from the British
Mn.rnmnt for the restoration of Mason, 811-
dell, and their companions,, and to apology for
the Insult to Ita .flat:. ,. Suddenly tne AQminit-
trasioa dlaoovered that discretion wat tbe bet
ter part of valor. Mr. Seward, ranked by bit
politioal frltndt as tht most eminent statesman
of tha eountrv. nrofoundlv learned In the policy
of tht Government from its foundation, sadden-
lybeoamt a student, or International law end
tur foreign diplomaoy. In hit researobea new
light burst upon his tuieiieaiua ana aipiomauc
vision, as remarkable as that , which overtook
Saul of Tarsus. In his researches he discover
ed that Mr. Madison, la 1804, in his instruc
tions to Mr. Modroe, then Minister to England,
bad laid down principles which beoame the tra
ditional noliov of oar Government, and which
xaotlv covered the demand of Earl Russell.
Marvelous dlsoorery, and iust 'in tbe'nlekof
ttmel 11 Strange, Is It not, that our eminent Re
publican statesman, until 'ntw," should ' rave
been In blissful Ignorance of our own well-set
tied foreign diplomatic polloyT" j;; " ,7 '
" After asklni If this opinion was correct, why
Maeoo and Slidtil wtre not released before they
wert demanded by the British Government, it
.is'?' .':c',,t'-: V" r:
; "Mr- Seward. ia "a grave, diplomaUo, paper.
pronounces the act ol Laptain yVitS 'simyiy
to Inadvertenoy.' What a galling iffleotlon and
sarcasni is this ooncluslob upon bis Republican
friends. Mr. Welles, the Secret ary of tbt Navy,
in his animal report to toe rresiaent, wnicu
muet have been read by bim and received bis
sanction. If II did not that of the" entiro'Cabi
net, not only justified but applutded the eel
Captain Wilkes, mote man ton, ne aaoreacta
that officer a letter .lOoiigratuLatlor mm. upon
bis gallautry, and tbanking bim In tbe name of
the uatum We theerrtsv oi Mason anq oiiaeit.
Was thit action et tbe part of Mr. Welles 'sim.
ply an inadvertency V Congress, on tbe first
day of iu session, a.aolmouaiy passed a tote
of thanks to Captain Wilkes for bleeallentex-
ploit. . . Mr. Seward, by bit dispatch, pronounces
this auotber 'inadvertency,' Mr. Colfax, M. C
from tbia State, offered a resolution In tbe
Home, wbicb , waa adopted, requiring- tht Ad
ministration to confine the captives from Ibe
Treut in a felon't ceil. Mr. Seward pronounces
thii suggestion of Colfax, and ite adoption by
Coogrtuts, aoutber simple 'inadverteaoy Caleb
Cusbiog, la a tbree-oqlouia opinion, pronounc
ed the arrest ot Alawu.end blidell lo be author
ized bv the law of nations. Mr. Seward, nlao
log his five digits to his nasal organ, slily Sells
Caleb that be, too, tbe moat learned man In the
nation, U troubled with1 'inadvertenoy.' ' Old
nnril Cut. who has made dinlomacv and Ins
tarnation .1 taw tbt study' of his lilt, justified
the arrest of tbt rebel Commissioners. ' Dir.
Seward tayt this it another 'inadvertency.'
That hleblv respectable organ of tbe Admlnla
tratlon Jibe National Intelligencer, In opinions
of learned words and ponderous length, demon
strated most satltfaoturliy to tbe Cabinet, that
Mason and Blidell were captured strictly accord
log to International law. , But all toil research
and learning Mr. Seward braibet away like
a cobweb and prooounoea ll 'simply, tn , lnad
vertenoy.' ,, . , ,
Letter from Iowa.
ALBIA, MONROE Co., IOWA,
December 24, 1861.
, Editor Statsr-wa WlnLer hat cat in moder
trataly, and, to all external appearances, tht
people are happy and contented. Bat pn
minute examination',' we find thatjbentath
smooth and apparently healthy exterior a dis
ease of more than ordinary character Is gntW'
log at tbe rifali of loolety at large. The farm
, the mechanic, tht lawyer and the doctor all
hava synfptoms of the sime malady. The
farmer cannot realise for his product what (t
coat him to raise it; and whatever affectt him,
mutt affect tht community ia 1 general." Tht
stagnation In tbt West Is general; business of
all kinds It dead. Tb'a marohantt have adopted
the cash svstem,-and eootamtrt have tcareely
anything that will bring them money enough to
nay taxes, while debts must go unpaid. Tht
man who bat a few yeart tgo looked forward
and anticipated wealth and. comfort on these
wide and beautiful pralritt, new sett these pros
pects blasted, and himself lo danger of being
brought to penury." I need not stop to point
out all the oiroumstanoci which art necessary!
or taat will ttnd to brief thit about, bnt only
the moat imnortant. ' ' h ,-'
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Land, which cost ten and twelve dpUare per
tore, will not bring three dollars per acre; and
instead of a diminution of taxes, thsy will be
trebled. The garnered f uTlneU of tht farmer's
barns and tht Immense amount of hogs and
cattle 'ready for market, do not relieve bit
mind. .o flogs and oattle of the first quality
bring bat a dollar and a half par hundred, and
the further back from the Mississippi River,'
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mo leas pnues wecoipo. , ., .. . .
Men who but a year ago; htd but ten, twtnty
add thirty miles to go to market, now have
fifty, one hundred and Jwo hundred, miles to
haul their produce. .., i :!., -1 ?c.
Produce It plenty; bnt the farmer cat real
1st but a inert pittance la. fade, abd money
la out or tne questiprt, , , , ,., .., j.
Tbt Missouri River facilities which supplied
northwestern- MisSObrl and western ' Iowa with
merchandise of all kinds, and conveyed the pro
nee to the Gulf market and other placet, is
entirely cut off, and merchant and farmers,
both of northwestern Missouri and western
Iowa, have to come to Eddjvilla and Ouumwa
(on the Des Molnet Rlyer) for their, dry goodt
tod groceries, for which they have to pay an
enormout price yrA- '
When ihese things tre to change, la a prob
lemno one can solve under present etrennv
stances, as the gathering storm-cloud grows
darker aod darker, and. new' dangers gather
around us as a people. "The conservative ele
ment of tha nation must get hold ot tbt belm
of tbt old ship, aad guldt her Safe Into port; or
we are IobI.
' XT The Richmond -JJaamfwr'thlnkt, there
will soon be t to great battles one In Kentucky,
another In Eastern Virginia. , Tbt Etamintr
tayst :"".v ' iv. i - '" ' ' 1' i'IJ'
If the South should be beaten on both fields,
she could hardly expect for some time to get
together , two armies nr any magnitude: and
would have' to depend altogether upon the vir
tues of a Fabian policy, and a' general system
of .klrmlahine aeatnst tht enemy. If tbe
South, on the other hand, should gain bbth bat
tles, the North would bt compelled to desist
front aggressive measures for sucb' length of
time at it would require to organise ana uieoip
jiot other ntw armies. Considering the low
state of their exchequer! the period required
for this purport would be so long thai a virtual
suspensioa of Invasion would bt tht result, and
the South would bt enabled td cart; tnvaslon.to
thfi? awh rtoors. '.Snob an Ihnslofi. though
only par tlalty saeeeetfal, would virtually end
tbe tlnooln g oyer tun eat from Washington.
Corruption in the Government Officers
at St. Louis.
s . f f mi : aorresoondentvof ew
York WtrU that writs: ",; X' ': .
aLw remarkable developmtnl comet to
light In an old aource. The offlctri tUMtN
tut ttoret bod money at Warsaw, it would ap
rWbj tot rtcoidi Of .tht transfer to the quar-
It U slated by wwnl hoart ip posUloa to
knowthat oniof tbt offlcert who madea tela
art of r largt qoautltr of whUky. -told 100
barrelsVltto v.riout'p.rtii at en.
oeKsn, making a nice llttlt mm of aboat $4,000
Another offlew drew a pistol tothe owner of a
store, and demanded the Jtey of bit aafe. He
took the money, bat no account of It apptart
afterward.. StiU another offloer took large
quantities of silks, part of which were 1 4isopv
sredln his room la StLbulj.tod others at
brothtlaV etevIt It also taid- that iwtaty-ili
captured boreet were taken over the -river here
and soldV Of eoarst tblt it tall dear and down
right robbery of tht Government., -
SwiNoum in LoaBta CowTaaeri. Tb way
the Government Is swindled In lumber Contracts
is thus exposed by the, Chicago Tribunes
o n rtr master or bis agent
goes to a lumbar dealer and pchaies. 80,000
feet of stuff at $8 25 per tbppeand, and insists
on having tbt b 11 taade ma V p ea..
Ha goes to anoinerueaiw u ""J" ".wv'
at Aw. and h-1 billed r at $9 M. Fot . a
third lumberman ne oDiaius ou.uuu io. ,
and has it biUod at $10 76, and SO oa to tht tnd
of bis transaction. When the seller objects to
this mode tf doing puslness, bt tollaoue that
"It Is all right;" another that tht difftrenot is
tht commission allowed to him; he tells a third
that bt has a contract to deliver a certain qnan
.i. .i !.,,. a fliad mine, and that tbe dlf
ference between tbe cost pnoe and the billed
.nn.ntniM hit nroflts. To another he
tells tome otbtr story. '
. BTIt it said tbat none of those members of
Coetfress to Whom Uen. louieuan naioonnaeu
Mm ni,ni find fault with them or are clamorous
r. . nranlnitata ''forward to Riohmond" move
ment. It Is only those in whom be has not suffi
cient, confidence, to entrust, hi secrets who are
clamorous, w e observe tnat tne utter aro u
Chandlers and' pales and Lovejoye and un
i ' and other notorious Abolitionists, whose
abolitionism Impels Gen. McClellan to put no
trust in them. Tbe Ueneral Das a correct stanu
ard by which p Juflgt publlo men: . . -
" Iteris of business transacted in tht ProbaU
Court of Tranklin county, Judge ' Albery, durr
leg the week ceding Friday noon, January 3,
1863: ;.;.': T
" Thirteen marriage Hoenses were issued during
PROBATE OF WILLS.
. The last will and testament of Charles Boch,
lata of Jackson township, decease J,"waMd'mlt-
ted ,to probate! Tbe . widow, Caroline Boch,
lnoeared in Court, tnd made her citction. to
take'undr tht will.' ' " ,' ' ".";';"!:,','
, The last will and testament of Wesley Toy,
late of Madison township, deceased, was admit
ted to orobatt- The widow, Minerva Toy,
came Into, Court, aud elected to take under the
Tht last wtl and testament of Henry Dildlne,
late of Madison township, deceased, waa eumn
ted to probate. , ,
Edward Hopper was appointed Executor of
Wm e. Hnnnar's will, and John Cox, Executor
6f Wesley Toy's wIIL ' " '
EXECUTORS APPOINTED. ACCOUNTS FILED.
Edward D. Howard, Administrator of Charles
Devon's estate, filed hit first account.
Reuben FcW, Guardian of Cyrus Folta, filed
his second aoeount. V 1
'Wesley Preston, Guardian of Raohel Haughn
filed hit final account. '
Tht criminal term Of the Probata Court will
Tnesdarnext.Jan.7. The docket
will probably be about at7 lafgt as usual.
DTTbe salt of delinquent lands and town
lott In this county will take place at tht County
Auditor'i office, on Monday, January 13, com
mencing at ten o'clock, A.
UT Tht January term of the Superior Court
for this county, Judge Matthews, will commence
on Monday next, the bth Inst. . ,
' i i i.a.na.1 '
07 Tht Court of Common Pleu for this
oonnty, Judge Bates, adjouraea stss ate oa
Tnetday last, the 31st Bit.,
BT Tbt Board of Commlcslonett for
coont hold a ipeolal tesilon to-day.
KTTb rumor in the city jester day respecting
a recent battlt In Kentaoky it probably nnfoand-
ed. '. Wa bavt so authentic information of aay
sqclt oopurrenct, !,;, " . ' 'ni
H7Tht Third Ohio Cavalry, at Monroevllle,
and tht Fifty-fifth. Regiment of Infantry,
Norwalk, have received marching orders, and
ill leave immediately for Eentncky.
H7 Samuel Pike, late of the Portsmouth Pal
riot it el., bat btoome tbe editor and proprietor
of the Hillsborough Gazette.
ST On tbe afternoon of New Year's day, the
residence of Stephen Watson, ono milt and a
half south - of London, Madison county, was
consamed by fire, with nearly all the furniture
It contained.' Tbt loss 11 estimated at $3,500,
and no insurance ' '
HT Mrs. Francis D. Gageof this city, will
ieotura on Cuba, at the Town Hall In London,
Madison county, on Monday evening next,
Jan. 6. ' j OU-..J.J'.i I'"-- '.
HT Leonard H. Cowlds, Esq ', died at hit res
idence In Delaware, Delaware county, on Son-
day Jaet, Deo. 9, In the seventy-eighth year of
his ate. Ht wat ont of the first settlers of
Del. ware, his father-in-law (Col. Bribe) hav
lsg laid out the town and was in forver times
a prominent member of the bar at that place.
. - i 1 1
IT Col. Slmonton hat rtmoved from tht
United Sutei Hotel and fitted up the Franklin
House7n the corner of High tad Cherry ttree't,
It .will be known as StuoMTOti'i Exchangi,"
where the patront.of tbt, Colonel will find hia
on hand at usual to minister to their wants.
Emission Psisoittts. Six secession prison.
era arrived at Cincinnati on Thursday morning,
In charge of a detachment of Federal soldiers
from Parkersburg, Vs., they having been taken
in Western Virginia- -, The party was forwvded
tbat evening to Camp Chut. ' ! ' "
BT Twtlve prlsonen wire discharged from
CampjChest on Thursday. v
; Foubtii.Obio Cavauit. Tht Fourth Ohio
Cavalry, Colonel Kennett, left JefferBonvllle,
Indiana, en Monday last, tn-toott for Bacon
Creek, 60 fee Louisville andasbyillt RarM0,
to loin G. Mitchell't Brigade: Th regiment
tnrAmried! thfee Jmtles' belOW EardttOWnl Tf.Avrm
TTAS JCtT RECEIVER AND T1IIV
i CIS ft 23 OTSTESSj
Baltlnota end Fair Km
irranafer..... C. T, smiTif,
ataar OtarectetN. ....,..... .11. itiKiiKW.
Tveerurr....t....,JOylIT in. KINNKY.
Seeme Aruat.....,......Ai,EN risK.
Batnrday Evtnlng, January d1862.;"-
Y, DRAMA, SINGING & DANCING
r, :;t i. " i ' 1 ' .' I. I'.'r- ':!'
IiWl apaaaraniw of
MARIAN MAUlA SMITH.
Ths ptrformanee will ooamanee with ths Oomedi T tht
BONO .....MAEUN M. SMITH.
DANOB "Balate M rraiw,H..w.'.BOBA HIH.
DANOI, I'Hlghland Jltog,"....MASIAII, U. SMITO.
l"' l0 oonclM with tht f j,
T IDIOT ,WITNili3a
Bcorsopnat7. jOartain wIllrliaat TK' -
80ALI 01 PRIOBS. Dru Clfol, 90 cants; Faml-
ty01nlt,SS cents., . ,. ,. ,. , ,.-:,:.,!
,..f. axjrrXiiEio '
. r. 1 il t m-I 'u '
THE 1 OHIO PiNITENtlARY.
, - Ornot OmoTainTairriAar', j"
1 1 1 OoluBhoa, Dec. 83, 16tl. )
SI AIjED Propouli will bs rwtlrtd at this offlcs until
FRIDAY. JurnarV iath.1888. o'clock P. M., (or
furclihiog the lnitltntiOD wun T k : ,
1,500 lbs. Fresh Beef
to bs of food quality ,'roaacaUl not weighing leu than
500 lbs., not. , . :..vj - j' 1J i;Si7 -ffiil
: : 1,500 Ibk Corned -Beef y
ami waak". from Januanp 13th. 1861, to Jul 13th, 1609.
ths boat to do ot good quality, oloar of knuckle bona
and ihaDka. The quantity to bs larreastd or dlmtnlahed
u th Warden may direct. , . . ,y.
150 bbls. Mess Fork, 150
bbls. Prime Fork,
to bs nut uo from oorn-fed hogs, and packed with Ntw
Tork or Llnrpool eoane salt. Bids will bs entertained
far ftftw bunli. and nowardi.
AUo, bids will be reottrcd at tha tame tint, and for
tha tame ltngth of time, for tht clear, rough and salt
greats of tht lnttltatlon- (
No bldt will bt oontldtred unlcu aatltfaotory stcuritr
for tha fktthfal psrfonnaaoi of tht tarn accompany
each Ma. ,r '
Nobldt will be reeelved en the dty of itttlnr.
JOHN A. PRKNTIOB, Wardto. '
f ; H. 1. PARBONg.i.
-.''" .. J. J. WOOD, Plreoton.
J. J. JANN1T, )
Clrelevllls Union. Ntwaik North Amtrlean, Delaware
Quelta. Lancaiter Otiettt, and London Chronicle win
pleaaa eopr till da, and tend billi la triplicate, reetlpt
ed. to tht Warden. -
Ornciorrn Oolohbci aXsau B. R. Co.l
CoLCMBonlleo. 10, 1)61. (
1"BS STOOKnOLMM OF Tni COLUMBUS AND
J. Xtola Ballroad Company art ntrtt aaual that
tha Annnal MatUna for the altatton of Dirtttora to Mivt
tht ensuing year, and for other pnrpotei, will be held at
tha ofloe of tht Company In Columboa,on Tnetday, tht
7ih da of Jannanr. 1862.
between tha hours of
oc'lockA. M.andt o'elockP. M
OXRCB FAT, Btortury :
Wm. MitchtU arajri ,.' . : t'
vt. I Common Pleas. : . -.,
Alfred Oraj. ' J t-
nl VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF II., FA
A) So aw directad from tha Court of Common leaa
tf Franklin oonnty, Ohio, I will offer for salt oh'ihe
rann ot anrea eray, tn maaiioq towniiyp, srasaus
couty, v.,on .
Tnetda. tbt 14th day of Jannary, A. D. 180,
at 10 o'clock A. II., tht following! Atotbt4 eh: .ul
property, to wit: .
Bight bead of cattle, ona inn mart, one brown mart.
ops wheat drill, and one two-homa wagon. -. '
, . , , ; 0. W. HCFFtlAN,'iBtTlir, "
. By Id. Daru, Deputy
Prlai't feet 5.00.
.JaaMtd i... ' '' ''.'"'
TO THE PUBLIC.
fH AND AFTER THE let DAT OF
J JANUARY NXXT. wt will tell all Onr sooda. With.
out reiptot M persons or parnes,
JTor Oaoli OiHy.
The cash torms now enforced by Intern Jabbers. Im
patters, tto., pompei mu annoanoameac.
uaia m eon .
vt. l Common Pltu
1"Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF FI FA
X) to me dlraotod from tha Court of Common Pleas of
Franklin oonnty, 0., I will offer for aale at tha door of
the Court Hooeo, tn tut oily or oclumDui, o., on
Tuesday, tbe 14th day of January, A. D. 1861,
at two o'clook ?. M., tha following deMribed goods and
ohattela, to wit
One pair Falrbankt' tcalei, one double Mnel ahot
gun, one rifle, ona stova, two ktxts snndrlet, two
trunki or clothing and ona carpet --
QO. W. HUFFMAN, ShtrlS..
.' " By Ed. DiTit, Deputy
Printer's rets, IP au.
i 1 .
rpnK nndenlgned begs leave to inform his. friend"
... SH00TIHO OAIXEET
' VERANDAH, ON STATE STREET.
flood flans, Air duns, Plitolt and Refreshment!.
OIto me a tall.
TT7B have removed to car new stores. 70 and 7! Vina
V V ttrcut, between Beoond and Pearl streets, where we
tutu be pleated to sea aur friends and enstomers.
mtn a )rge ana complete itock or . .j ,
Groceries cf All Kinds,
and greatly lncitaeed faclllllet for doing buslnete, wa art
prepared to supply Buyers on ifit most ravorablt terms.
. wa..uiiJtrin a bums. .
Cincinnati, pes. 16, loci. : ;, .. j .i
wm. euant. jas. x. tuitit. a, dtmoxd, rt. o. T. oumt
WM. GLENN & SONS,
Wholesale ; Grocers,
70 arid .73 Tine Street
.Between Second end Pearl 8ta. ;
rlBATB ALL DI8KA8I4 OF TAB BT1.
Office Hizh Btreet. North of Broad (No. U.) - .
Baaidenoe.ll. Bonita (HarfctU Btraab near oorner
Oolumbni, pee. w, vsoi. awtr.
Oysters I Oysters !! -
t i t ta iv
off -i f ' I ' I ' f
-. j ( 1 1 1 . i 1 1 . ,
1 " STEAM-POWEiR
NOI. 31 St, 30, 38 NORTH BIOS itBIXT
ntatoamatt Bnlldlna; Necoriot Floor,
OTer H Herlae'e state Bteam
j.', ?; , rtlattna; Rooane. ' i'
PAGED BLANK BOOKS,
With or without Printed Headings, on Superior Paper
ltULED AND BOUND
fjtfjt.- If U IV -. :iY -LA ' ' -
To af T.qIrM Pattern . , 'j;
: l'f' ,
EAIXROAD OFTIOBB, T
i ' BAn&inu OUUBH. ., ,r
.',! COUNT 0FII0I8, -
.v'hji .r-.fi ,elv
:,ir.' - . i-'.'i is.:
..Famished at the lowest Prises.
,vT .... ,i.. .::. .j -
,. Bf Lo aoiuon or Bingw noiuum i
' .t-mi,. .ITU. .W .a'-i.T
" MAUAZINE3, , , ,T!-?"1 .'sy-M
.1 . MONTHLY PUBLICATIONS. '
( .tl K
Ml I .
PAPKBJ, irv -
Bound in any Required Style. r.(
;.l 'vmn-.nl iiixit ii iTt);.-
- BINDING ." AND ' REBiKWKQ j
t . .,... r pobiio and Privats tlbraries. ' '
Orders from' abroad, will receive prompt and spsoiai
attention. ,.. Addnas, . y
. J. H. RILEY, , or, N. W. LEFAVOR,
Bookttlltr and Btatlontr, Superintendent
75 Bonth High Btreet,, , u- - , Franklin Bladtiy. "
. atI4-d3a.; .jV.i, . --.Ai tm - '
B. B. ARMSTRONG,
No.: 17-East' Towii: Street, v:'.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER IN ,
STOVES AND TIN WARE.
TO A large steak of tht 0OD a HABIT AN en
tad.: - ii I-."
TO EVERT READER.
IT It an Indisputable fact, that If any person wants out
of those comfortable KBQUIMAUX BBAVXB OVBR
C0AT3,h will usually And them In large quantltleaat
IB any person desirous of owning ens of the lata itjlt
of BJAVKR OVEB COATS, with tana attmched.
don't break your heada to learn where to and them, but
gu iu iuo f
r.Ar 'AL U1TT A Kt.A UK. - -
j. . .'. . Oppoatta the Btata Houae. , , , '!i
loa will dud them (here In all eolori, kept by1 " ' '
; MARCUS CHILDS.
'on nerer wear an oi the SHE 1ITX1D OAS
BI1LF.RB SUITS, which art told at thefl.nitAi mi.
AJV1UB, u, ion IU. Will iu,u ujvm in pllBt, ai
A . J . . I . . . 1 1 . i . . , , .
, MARCUS CHILttl'8.
-yOTJ may alto be in want of PANTB and TIBTB. and
.a, uera ii oni one eatabiitamtnt tn'tfie Waat where
rants ana vatti an tone Bad tn all strtcea. iIudm
Styles, quanUtlta and qualitlet, and that place la tha
' V,Aril AA AKuADE.
DON'T forget tha extensive assortment of FUBNI RH
INO OOODS, particularly to WOOLEN BHIftTg,
which yon can Hud In HBed, white and bint," at ths
Bnperlntanded by kUrcua Child.
IF yon with to wear garments NIADH TO OK.
DEU, you oan do no better than to ta to tha liar.
obant Tallortnr Istabllthmant. next to tha Amula. emi
select your goods from a stock comprising all colore of
nearer uious, ueatimeres, tsuk velvet and Flush V sat
in rs, and yoa will lurely meet with a cood fit b nunhu
; .A . , s j MARCUS CHILDS'8.
MILITARY GENTLEMEN, whan they oomt to thU
olty, as strangers, and wish to get a UNIFOBal, It
la to their best advantage to eall at '
Where a lane assortment of BLTJB CLOTH and other
articles belonging to the equlptge of an officer eaa be
naa at verymoaerate preet. -
in inon oau at - ' i , '- --
AlACVA V UtJ '. UAAAAUO Oj
Pronrlalir tit that avien.tv finalnau lfyllt,
NO. 81, S3 and 85 nlGH STRE1
Opposite the State House.
; ... ., . . .. N
DR. LELAITXK3 . ;
p THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Rheumatism, Gout and i-rale-ia.
' AND A BUEB OtJBJ! FOB, .
All Mercurial DLs?Ct,N
'"I "I- .u-
It Is a conveniently arrant d Band, contaialnt a med
icated compound, to be worn around the Waist, without
ury to tut most aolleatt persons; no ahaoire in nana
living la required, and ll entirely remorer the dit
taat from tha system, without prod acta g tha Injurious
effects anting from tht oat of powerful Internal nwdl.
etnas, which weaken and destroy tht tonatltutlon, and
give temporary relief sal. Bv thit Ireatnbent, uw maa-
ioinet properties contained la the Band em tn contact
with the blood and reach tha dtaeaet, thVouch to pore
of the akin, effecting In every Instance at perfeot cure,
and reatorlng Iht oarta attUclet to a heatlthy oondltlon.
This Bind It alto a motlpowarfal AnTi-llttaotiUAL agent,
and will entirely relieve (he system from ttheixrwfotoeat
effects of Meimrr. Ifodtrat cases art Vitred In a ferH'
days, and wa art constantly receiving lasts montaia fu
Otfoaoy In ainrrarated cases of long standing. . . .
Paics as.Ol). to ba had of Drueiilsu senerllr or can
. . . . ... . . . . ,
bteeutby m.li or txpmt, with full direction for nae,
any pari of th country direct from On Principal
. .... ... , ,u .'; -........
, Mo. 409 BSOADwAT, Hew Tork.
&: SMITH AV CO., Sole Proprietor.'
N. I.-rDeHriptlTeClrouiart Bent Fit.
J. BGHCXLLIB as BON, Darsaim, Aoairrs, No,
S77 B. High 81., bet. Brlond aad Hound, Ooluabue, 0.
A vettu Wanted Ererywhere.
mhS8-JyIidrlltp.dfcw' ' ' , ,-1 . ,
. . ... . t K:-- I ' i.. J '
re,liw , j i;i .. i id 4 tIm
. "'- A i.i ,.rt1 t
: " 1 : it
- - - - -sz . n-
OFFtOB ON BiaH BTBIET, OTIB HATDIN'I
IBONITOBJ, a few dears North of Broad.
Colambas, Die. , lMlfdtf
UM .X , , . I
J r A' r:sW
JUlVUeVUg VVilUtU H1U JIVW
ireatett BenednaThe Uerid;
VS.: I AJTDTuX: .
' AND '" ' f '
- OOttDIAIi " -
EVER TAK.EN. V
IT IS STRICT
ly a soltntlfle and.
trocured by th dUUl
and fitrka, JTellow
Book, lo4 Bool
Banaparllla, ff I 1 J
, CberrvBark and Dan-.
delioa enters Into ilal
raklna"" aoure" remediaiAitcr Taking. '
t f ,t, inMiHent (a thbronrhlv sitraotM fcF
i .i , r..m.nM .HvlnHn. i AUolMia ea-.i ' k'
U aplrlt, and tbt mdRt 1NIALLIBI.1 reaedy for
IMU1UU VI UK"""'.. . " rt ' .
Cs " '!:'
r I 1 if . If..
(lug Uit ducoara tytwnn, ku iww ."tit.""! "t H.i
ana aeniuuiea ikiauim w uu.w , 4
WlU tffeotaally ears -
Idnna. '' . 1
COMPLAINT, STBPBPSIA. JAUND101.
lo or Nervous DeUlltr. DUeattt of tht Kidneys
iteasoe arlalnt from a disordered Liver or iloml
jtytpoptia, Ileartbo m. Inward Pllta, Acidity or Blok;
ot Iht Btomaoh, Fnllneas of Blood to ths Head, Call
1 at awtnmln tn tha htad. PalnltutlMi tf tha Uean
'nllneai or Weight In the Btomaoh, Bonr BmotaUont
hoklng or suffooaUntr feeling when lying down, Dmets
"Ytllowneatof thtBUaand ayaa, Migai emau, in
revert, Pain In tht tmall of tha back, ohtit or tldt.
"lden Flnthtt of Beat, Depreetlon of BplrlU, Frightfnl
attaint, Languor, Deepondanoy or any Merrout Dltoua
M Biounei on .toe paw, ana inn win -
A lever.).. . .). .;-.. :
Orer a fllllllea of Uottlct . ,
tp sold during tha hut six months, and In not , '
... sr. it failed In gtring tntlra sattifaction. Who
fi anfferfrom WeakneM or Debtllty when Mo! .
c I ITfiBNQTHBNINO COJtDUI, will onia yout
t' anaga can convey an adequate Idea of tha Inuna
i.iXalmott miraculous change produced by taking , .
M'.al lb th dlaeaaed, deblllutad and ahattemd '
' 1 syttom, whether broken down by aaeett, weak by .
lo Unpaired by tlckneaa, the relaxed and uiutruxg
-atton la restored to ttt pristine health and vigor. '
A . flARHIED PERSON"! - s '
' conscious of Inability, from whale rer eaut, ,
' UcLean s Btresgthenuig Oordlal a fhtiwih
i. t of Uit system land all who km haTt Injured
y Improper lndalgeacea, will And la tht Cor
p "J and speedy remedy.
11 IB! ajiatuewe
t rt. .1 . n n I .
can 8 oirengmenuifi toraiai
la a sovereign and spMdy ears for
or Dlfflonit UanatraaUon. Inoonttntnca of.
Involuntanr Dlacharga theraof, Falling of tha .
fCHddlnset, Fainting ad all Dlaeaeet Incldns t .i ,
' '. . . ir. - ! 1
Xhtrt is no sVitakt About It.
no lonpr. lake It according to DiroeUons. It . .
tfilate, ttrengthen and Invigorate you and eeutt '
of hearth to mount your cheek again. '
n sbttVt Uwarr.utad to gtvs taUafaoUoa. x
"jf WOW ODtlXiDREflr : O - " ' : y
mlldrenare sickly, puny, or afflleted,Moteanl '
V.'J'lt make them healthy, fat and robust. DeUJ .
.Jtit, try It, and you will bt eonvlnotd.
11 : -DELICIOUS TO TAKEJ
f erit war Draggltts or Dealers who may ""'
an yoa some BitUr or BanapartlU tnuti
,.,nAiny aheap, by saying tt It Just at gopd '
4n. Alk for UoLoaa's BUengthtning Cor- -.
hothlMelaa. It to tbe anly nsaady that
blood thoroughly and at tbt tama time
B..r.-iaDnful taken avtrv morning fatting, la
astire of Cholera, Chills and Fever, Yellow
prevalent disoasei. It Is put np In larg
r - '
It. - Doio rropi
r llaa Mm! martial
r or Uiia v
ir of Third and Pint strv. ,V
Lean's Vloanlo Oil Llnlmtnt.
Mlt I-lnlntfnal In tbe World, Tht only safe and
Cantera. . Pi lea. gwelUnca and Bran- (' it
Ooltrt, Paralysis. Ntaralcia. Weakntaaof ths
Ohrnnle or lnnAmmatOT Bhamnatlsm. BUS.
tin (jotnta, eontraotod Hntclts r LlgamenU,
t Tbothacha, Braltea, Bprama, Wounda, Vreah .
,Ferer Bona, Caked Breast Bar Nipples,
Sti Sort Thoat, or any Inflammatton or Pals, ,
howeereie, or how long tha dletasenut;
1 HoLtaDit Oelobratod Liniment Is a otit
of human beings hav been tared a Ufa ol
d misery by tht at oi this inraluabl mtd- d
'( XTQ ttat n A TtTTn
. I y LINIMENT
t pab aim eat taetanaaneanaly,
jirfj aad heal tha tonlest sorts la
and It wl
"Ivraet autd Otbet AaUnaala
I mtebreted Liniment la the only saft andre
""' If for the cure of Bpavin, King Boo e. Wind
)u, Unnatural Bumpt, Nodes or Bwelllaga. It
fall to ear Big Head, Poll ItO, ristqla, Old
ions or Bweaoy. if property awUad. to
raises, Boratohe, Bares or wuanda, Oraoktd
afts, Baddl orOollarflallaft la an lnrallbjt
tfply It aa directed, and a curt It certain la
Bttajt. -'..i 1
tn a no lonser with tht many worth leas Llnl
Aere4toyoa. Obtain a myply of XT. McLean.
i,tniatni. it win onre yoa.
J. . HIoIjKAJV, Bole Proprietor,
ier or Third and Pin Btaeeta. BL LooU. tia.'
oy an arugKUH.
t by B0B1BTI SAMTJ1L.
tAwlf f. Columbus. Ohio.
teciof Time! '
ta Plait, f
hey Aff .rzff EXCLAITIATION Ot
lord perm. ,n- Th Incinf mt oan ba proear
hi s,'da. .hi t" nt andfany long years ot . , ,
art auaurnair" 4 AND IAFFINE3S -
tenia aa' -iH'"g Dr. MRRYWBATHBB, V.
.. ? L f.imlnate are long-tt ending dljeat
MlllVfT,) r, lull .T-.D Vintrnvj m i
ail rer. a, RiiHITMiflBM dirhahih vann J
"lecti jLA' B, BKI5sD1BBA8BS, AND AH. t.;
?w:tj' TUB lA AND BAB.. - . -il'l-
-bh eorretpondtnt tayt la the
n, Delawart, Uthef April a
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