I AH. 9
Ia the jSenaft y eitetd j, a large num
ber of bllla were Introduced. -Among thesr
one by Mr. GcrLDsnvmskes a slight chanjre
In toe law regulating the descent and ais
trlbutlon of personal estates.; one by Mr
Danolir, to authorize tbe election of an
additional Judge In tbe county of Cuya
hoga, and one by Mr. Emmitt, to author
ize the commissioners ; of Pike county to
buy the bridge across the Scioto river in
t said county, , -i, . . .-; ,
. The committee on Federal Relations, to
whom was referred some documents ask
ing an appropriation from the State for the
National Lincoln Monument Association,
asked and were discharged from the fur
ther consideration of the subject. This ac
tion, ends that matter. -' .' , - . . ,
. .Mr. G bis wold efferedihe following ex
cellent reeolutlon: ; . .'.
Aetolved by the General Assembly of the
State qr vmo, l nai una monopoly is one
tf the great evils of our-country and
against tbe spirit of our institutions, and
.specially Is U . Impolitic ito place large
tracts of. . the public domain under the
"control of railroad or other' corporations:
J First, Because It destroys in effect the
: beat flu Of the? Homestead -..law,, driving
tnotewno would avail themselves of its
beneficent provisions away from, the lines
or travel into tne wuaerness. -Sreond,
It gives undue power to such
.corporations, eoablingtbem to oppress the
laboring and producing classes of our peo
ple, and prevent or retard the 'settlement
and cultivation of our pnblie lands. -:
..Third, If the recent policy of Congress
, is not caangea, tbe puouo lands wnlch
, are the property of tbe people will nearly
'all be under the control of mammoth cor-
'Orations, which are already too powerful
-and may become a source, .of danger . to a
- free people. . . . . ,- -.v
Jlesolved,, That onr Senators and Bepre
lentatives in Congress be requested to op
rpose all fnrtber granu or the publle land
to railroad or other corporations. i - ,
.. , Sesolved, That the Governor be request
ed to forward a copy of these resolutions
I xo eacn 01 our senators ' ana Kepresenta
tires In Uie Congresa oi the Uotted States,
-1' Ws regard-these resolution, although
coming iron one of to most radical Be
publicans In Ohio, as the proper expres
v a ion of condemnation of the moat gigantic
f fraud that's have ever been' perpetrated
"spon a; free people. - Well may the Dr. say
thatlfiese mammoth, corporations,", ere
ted." ,and fostered by a Judical Congress,
rV elteaty to powerful and well might
.lie have added that they are of the greatest
.idanger to a freo people. lf . r,;7
eulbe resolutions were laid Upon the table
- iand Ordered tobe printed. . f ' -" ' '1
..,Tue several bills, tevbihg and amending
, in the form oi new bills, all tbe tax lawaM
"Ohio, were taken from the committees 1
the Whole - and "referred " to : tne Finance
.committee. This would indicate action
aipoa then, si an early day. : r, v
jw The ieomtntttee on tbe question of a new
TnlrnMrv nhtalnMl leave) hf lbsefinA nn-
1 .'ti . r ' . . ir ' -- . . - Jl At ! " T
jap quay nuu. . s uuuereuuiu tuey up
jen4 risWryr Massilos. : tii -.- sv- - !;
"The House having adjoorsed over tbe
8th,'the anniversary of tile battle of New
jOriean as a token of respect to tbe hero
. f bat;day, whose governing principle
"'Was thav the right Is always expedient, at
'11-o'clock the Senate adjourned, for the
.Wtfne, reasoq. ;, V.r.;rtJ
:,'! THeoitor of the Sprlngfleld 'BepubHc
'Radical! a queer genius.; " He did what
Hit could to aefeat mr. i nomas lor von
Kress, who was tbe advocate and exponent
Of a financial policy that locked to the in
terest rof manufacturers, 'merchants and
mechanics, and- now' the' Republic Iririo
1 cently asks: wny Congress' can't give us
'financial system that "will assist and en
courage" these' classes: It' don't want the
Tesamptfon of specie payments "now, nor
next yearnor at any period which will
derange the finances or bring- disaster to
the producer ."1 Where's Sbellabarger, the
-featf io nsri v :. r.i nn. s i j. i ac. jii
f- W find the-following marriage notloe In
a Nebraska journal : " On the east half of
itho iwitbwest quarter of section twenty -
two' (22.) township twenty-One (21.) north
4TMnge eleven (least, la an bpen slelgb,
"and under an open and Unclouded oonopy,
"by the Rei. F. MsOrt,"Jane Bcmly
koa-or John Cox," of Color-do, and Ellen
'C4 eldest daughter of Major C Harrington,
-Ol' Burt edunty, Nebraska."1 ' ' - ' '
.a ifi- ' ' .1 '7,'M ?'j'.'a
-; JL BmbaKPOETV -CoDn Sonday school
teach or questioned his class: last week in
-regard to Christmss, with the following re
H rWbere WM Christ born f " "At Beth
clebem." Where's Bethlehem V Mln Jn
dea." "Who first knew that Christ was
born f 'His soother." ; i . ... r- . ; 3-
[FRIDAY, January s, 1869.
Hi Tbe FRESIDENT tailed the Senate to
-rder-atnten o 'clock. .. 5 r - -.v-M-A
.Tirayer byJBev. Mr. Hays,- .. . ,r , .
The journal of yesterday was read and
lip'proved"-'- i:t'-' '-. '- ' ':-
io By Mr. GODFBEY From M. Schnyler,
ri jierceroouoiy, tor a law iurtner uenn
.icg, the duties ol Couqty Surveyors. Bo
ferred to Mr. Carter. , ,
'' By the sanie-Frdm v.' D; NIchoiS, ' of
- Allen xjuntyi for the same object. Same
imferonefe .'.1 t -b--- a if, M.t
fi,-By Mr. BROOKS From the city coun
. elT and trustees of - the waterworks of
1 Bteubenvlile, for a 'law allowing assess-
mebts fev-watir rents to be placed upon tbe
ZlX oopiicai- ana coueciea tne .same as
. other taxes.. JKeferred to. the select com.
inittee on the revision of the laws relating
3to Municipal Corporations. -
By Mr. POTTS Resolutions of - the
.Teacher' Institute of Carroll county, for
-. ue creauon oi toe omce of county Super
intendent of Common Schools. Referred
1 to th committee on Common Schools and
PETITIONS PRESENTED. BILLS INTRODUCED.
sJi By Mr. OOLDENh S.i B. No. 26f-To
5 emend tne law reguiatlug descent and dls
trlhutioa of personal estates.
,nrBy Mr; WOOD WORTH, S.B,lTo.'263-
sappiemeniary -to ine act to establish a
ioorte of -civil procedure, passed March 11,
10KB.' --f .1. If -r.- I. ... , .'
By MnlMr, KEIFER, 8. B. No. 2C9-To
n act to amend an act entitled an act for
'the punishment et -certain bffenses therein
Bamed passed March 8, ;1831- -r- ,
, .By Mr. DANGLEKTs. B. TSTo. 270 To
'avnthorlze the election of an addition al j udge
'of the Co art of Common Pleas In the coun
ty of Cuyahoga. . ' . . . -i
' , By Mr, WOODWORTH, S. B. No. 271
To amend the act for the regulation of the
vrablle schools in cities, towns, Ac- passed
-FebrttaiT SI; 184ft. , , .
. By r Mr., EMMITTj S.. B. No. 272 To
prevent ,.ffadulent , practices therein
'named. " .
x- By Mr. DICKEY, 8. B. No. 273 Supple
jBeBtary to the act to require , mortgages
and bills of sale ol personal property to be
'ricposited with the township clerk, passed
TfYoruary 24, 1846. - ' ' -
-s By Mr. EMMITT, , S. 'B. . No, 274
oAntboriains and ; empowering tbe Com
missioners of Pike county to purchase
tbe bridge across the Scioto; river in said
county now belonging to the Scioto Bridge
'Company. ' ...''"."
o By Mr.CARTERi Select Committee, S. B.
a. 175i-T further define the duties of
county urveyors. s .. .,.-, , , ,
. The last named bill provides that In all
"counties in this State where meridians
have been or shall hereafter be established;,
it sbaU be tbe duty of the county surveyor
to take charge of the same, and to put and
keep them in good.order, and take such
observations as may be necessary therefor,
and tne jommissiouers ui me county, are
authorized to pay out of the county treas
ury sucfc- compensation therefor- as they
ball deem reasonable.
X UKfWtN MOMtTMf NT MSCCUTIO!?- jT
Mr. MAY, from tbe committee on. Fed
eral Relations, to whom was-referred the
memorial and acldre-a of the National Lin
coln Monument Association, reported, ask-
Ing to be discharged from the' further
consideration of the subject. Report agreed
4o and committee discharged. -
Mr. ORIS WOLD offered a Joint resolu
tion on the subject of land monopoly, re
auestinir our Senators and Representatives
.In Congress to oppose all further grants of
the puoiio lands to railroad ana omer. cor
porations. Laid on the table and ordered to
1 be printed. - ' ' A,
. On motion of Mr. POTTS, the Senate adjourned.
Repudiation—Where it Will Lead.
[From the Chillicothe Advertiser, January 7.]
We regret to see that the Columbus Cri
sis and Bucvrus Forum, both hitherto able
i Democratic journals, have stepped off the
uemocrauc piaiiorm and come out, in aa
vocacy of repudiation. A national desire
to punish tne grasping and avaricious
bondholder for refusing to accept wbat be
U entitled to under tbe letter and spirit of
the law. mav in a manner excuse this
action on tbe part of these papers; but
bave tbey stopped ' to consider mac re
pudiation is a two-edged instrument
which would cut In different directions.
The bondholder would lose his money and
the Republic would lose its reputation for
honesty and its credit. A man may be in
-debt, and place his property out of his
hands, and lauch at his creditor when .his
' bill is presented. The creditor loses ' bis
money ana tneaeotor his character, wnicn
should be worth more to- him than the
'. money he has made by his roguery.
it does not do to plead as an argument
for repuoauon tnat tne great duik oi tne
debt Is the result of wat :ful extravaga ice
or even direct tbieverv. ft was contracted in
the name of tne American people, by the le
gitimate authority, properly elected and
vested by the Constitution with the r'ght to
act in their name. As well might a profli
gate spendthrift refuse to pay his debts be
cause mey7 were, contracted in oe
bauchery and drunkenness. It Is I
penalty that the people must pay for
their. : criminal ': lack of judgment
in placing tbe government in the bands of
.pro Ulgates and plunders, witnout inquiry
as to the manner In which the money was
spent, if teas obtained on the faith of the gov
ernment. Of tne properly constituted an
'thorl ties, and bv repudiating It, every eltl
zen beintran Integral Dart of tbe govern-
, nient, will be a sharer in the disgrace.,. If
the agents who Contracted the debt were
properly empowered to contract it, we are
as honorably bound to pay it as we are
pay debts of our personal contracting. We
are not speaking in a party sense, but
tbe -people as a whole; tne itepuDiican
party being bound by . tbe. action of the
Government in Democratic hands, as the
j Democratic party ia bound by the action of
the Government in Republican hands. To
a limited. extent the Whig party, which
"cume into power Immediately alter- tbe
1 Mexican war, which was conducted by
, Democratic , Administration, might have
found excuses for the repudiation of that
debt, but tbe entire Democratic party an
. tbe country, would bave been startled at
such a proposition. , . , . .
If repudiation is inaugurated as a method
of paying our debts, bave the friends of the
system, considered where it would lead?
If we should regain power at the close of
-tirant's term, ana then repudiate tne oeDts
contracted during tne toree preceding aa
ministrations, the nextadmlnlstratton may
be against us, and having similar grounds
dissatlsfsction, may cancel the aeDtsoi our
, term bv the same short , method, and we
' would then have the pleasant spectacle of
' a government or parties, eacn one Tepuai
ating the contracts of the other. And: Its
in lection would bo caught by. the people.
' It the government can repudiate, why
not the people, - would- be the question
asked in all business circles, and, national
, and business honor and credit would soon
vanish from the Republic. "
We don't want the great name of De
mocracy tarnished witn repudiation. ve
would be hanett t We would be just 1 Na
' tlon,'-like Individuals, should pay their
dents ; and like individuals tney snouio oe
scrupulous and exacting in paying no more
than the letter of tbe bond. - '1 be Consti-
)tbtion has wisely reserved to Congress the
power io luruEHlfl cudubuh wuivu arts uu-
preseive and unjust to . the people, and
, here is tbe remedy to annul tne advan
tages which the grasping " bondholder
' may - reap"-through-.- Radical legisla
tion in his favor. .Let the , Demo
cratic party give solemn warning to the
'bondholders and capitalists of the country,
that they intend - to pay tbe debt according
to contract, and in no other way. .That they
will pay gold where stipulated, and paper
money or its equivalent when named in the
bond, and that if Congress passes tbe in
famous funding bill, or any other swindling
scheme to give gold to tbe bondholder In
stead of paper, that it will be the first duty
of the first Democratic : Congress to
annul such legislation, and take such ac
tion as shall literally comply with the letter
of the law under which the debt was con-
itracted. -lot .the-face of this warning, it
capitalists invest in new gold bonds to take
tbe place of old paper ones, they cannot
complain when the Government reduces
. them to toe old paper value. , -
[From the Chillicothe Advertiser, January 7.] City Marshal.
. JUK8SR8. JUttTORS : ll is uuoerstooa tnat
Patrick Murphy, our present Marshal, is
not a candidate for re-election.1 In rook
ing around for a successor, tbe best interests
of the city demand that a candidate should
be selected who Is well qualified for tbe
position. The Democracy-must be careful
at the epring election to nominate their
best men it they would preserve and in
crease their majorities. Janses Hannan, as
Lieutenant of the Police, has proven him
self tope a most efficient officer.. He is a
reliable and working Democrat, and will
be warmly "supported as- a candidate for
: the nomination of City Marshal by his
' The Oflio Statesman. We : call atten--tion
to the Prospectus of tbe Ohio States
man. .The Statesman- is a live and able
Democratic paper, edi ted by Messrs. E. B.
Eshelman and C. B. Flood, gentlemen ot
well known .ability and devoted, to the
cause. Stark Co. pemocrat.
STi LAWRENCE 'RESTAURANT, '
-.' No. r State Street,
Have always on band 'every delicacy in
season. Gentlemen can arrange for Board
by the week. 'We have two large and de
sirable rooms over the restaurant for rent,
suitable for a party of six'' or eight. ;
iui . i. CoVXBDAi.4 & HOSKLTON,' ' '
janB-iw"1:"!" ' - Proprietors.' !
,K Jilxf? L, ..DkBotts, Locksmiths an
bell hungers, at No. 141 North High street,
..are now prepared to hang parlor and hotel
. bells in the neatest and latest etyle. Sew
ing machines repaired and satisfaction
guaranteed.,, Models built. for patentees,
and all kinds ot light machinery made'and
.repaired. Keys oi ell description always
on hand, and safe and jail locks made and
repaired.' , ., may2SUs-ly
-, Accident-. There rwas an explosion: in
t Doctor ;- -Ayer's Laboratory, - yesterday.
. which caused some excitement in the vl
elnlty. -Ayer's Tills are manufactured un
der an enormous pressure, In cylinders,
like cannon, which sometimes prove too
.weak' for the compressed forces, and burst
with' terrific" violence."' Fortunately, the
pieces do not fly far,' so that no one has
ever been hurt by them. The action
more like ice than powder ; but It makes
Pills which all the world acknowledge
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WASHINGTON, January 8.
Mr. SPENCER Introduced a bill to reg
ulate the price and encourage the produc
tion of cotton In tbe United Statis. Ret
ferred to committee on Finance. - --
A bill for the relief of Sue Mnrnhv. of
Decatur, Ala- came up. A Ion? debate fol
lowed, put no action was taken.
Adiourneo to JStonday.
The House proceeded, as the business of
tne morning Dour on Friday, to tbe call
oi committees lor puis or a private char
acter, and took up the bill reported bv Mr.
irerry. irom tne .rostomce committee, on
the 13th of December last, to allow Lewis
A. Smith, Postmaster at Ionia, Mich.,
credit for public money and stamps stolen
from his possession. After considerable
discussion the bill passed.
Mr. hUHENCK. from the committee on
Ways and Means, reported a bill amending
tne za section oi tne law ot Aiarcn 31st,
1868, to exempt certain manufactures from
internal tax. so as to extend its provisions
to manufacturers of naval machinery for
government, and remitting such taxes as
have not accrued prior to the 1st of April,
1868. After a brief explanation the bill
passed. ' i
The House, at two o'clock, went Into
committee of the Whole on the state of the
Union, Mr. Htrrlburd. of New York. In tbe
chair, and an hour and a half being allowed
ior general oeoate.
Mr. LOGAN addressed the committee In
opposition to Mr. Jenckes' civil rights bill,
Mr. JENCKES replied.
General debate being closed, the Military
Academy appropriation bill was consider
ed and ordered reported to the House. It
The committee rose and the bill was
passed by the House.
At 3:40 the House went into committee
of the Whole on the State of the Union
Mr. Wilson, of Iowa, in the Chair, on the
President's message of 1867, and was ad
dressed by Mr. Bayer in a speech on gen
eral politics, in reply chiefly to a speech
made by Mr. Blaine, of Me, before a re
committee rose and tbe House ad
journed till Monday.
The Contest for the in
NEW YORK, Jan. 8.
Tbe Times' Augusta, Maine,, dispatch
states that at the Republican Legislative
caucus last mgnt. tne committee appointed
to receive the votes for a candidate for, tbe
Senate, reported 149 votes and one blank
Hamlin 7o; JUorrill 74. A motion was im
mediately made to declare. Hamlin' the
nominee. Mr. .Long, chairman of tbe com
mil tee, here stated that the gentlemanwho
threw the blank bad stated that be intend
ed to. vote tor Morrill. Alter much discus
sion, a motion to adjourn without day was
made and carried, the -chairman stating
that if tbe caucus adjourned it would be
witbout a declaration irom tne chair or by
the caucus. that any nomination had been
made. . .,, .
The Senatorial Fight in Missouri.
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 8.
'A general caucus of the Missouri Lee is
lature was held at Jefferson City, Jast
night, to bear uens.scburz and Loan, can
didates for tbe United States Senatorshlp,
denne their positions, ine caucus turned
outtobea mass meeting and was largely
attended by citizens generally as well as
members. Uenerai ixan being unwell
was not present. Tbe discussion was in
tended mainly to give General Schurz an
opportunity to reply to tbe charges of bis
opponents, that he is in favor of immedi
ately enfranchising rebels and turning the
State over to the hands of tbe enemy". A
special gives the following account of the
proceedings 01 tne meeting. -.
Gen. Schurz distinctly denied the above
charge, and stated that be was astonished
at It after so frequently and emphatically
declaring his position on tbe question. He
divided the question into two parts, Fed
eral and State, and in the United States
Senate, he would support tbe following
amendments : First, General suffrage, witb
out distinction of color or previous condi
tion, out recognizing tbe right ol a state to
disfranchise on account of felony or rebel
lion ; Second, An amendment to reduce
everv rebellious State to a territorial con
dition. So far as Missouri was concerned
negro suffrage was a justice done to the
negro, and rebel suffrage was a grace to be
doue to tbe disloyal. He was first for jus
tice and second lor grace, lie was lor re
pealing .the disfranchisement - act only
after negro suffrage was adopted.. He
ridiculed tbe Constitutional performances
of Drake. & Company, and said had he been
a member ot tbe Convention he never
would bave consented to make enfranchise
ment easier than negro suffrage, as tbe
Drake Constitution did. He severely criti
cized both S nators Drake and Henderson
for leaving Washington at so critical a mo
ment, only for the. purpose of defeating
him. He stigmatized the charges made
against him aa wilful lies.- He declared
that be bad never belonged to any ring,
and treated the subject ot patronage of no
consequence to hini. He concluded by ob
serving that his name was Known far and
wide, and never bad a Senatorial election
commanded so much attention both in
America and Europe as this one bad. He
believed his election would greatly encour
age immigration to this country and State.
General Loan not being present. Mr.
Drake was invited to speak. He said be
could not be expected to reply off-hand to
a well prepared - speech, assailing so vio
lently, out ce onerea to answer at some
time, whereupon the caucus invited him to
name tbe day. .Before sitting down. Mr.
Drake made some very bitter remarks
against General Schurz striking bard blows,
and saying that be would show in bis re
sponse whose heart best answers tbe pulsa
tions or the great naoicaj party. ,
Mr. Henderson was then called upon and
spoke, ridiculing many of the remarks of
General Schurz, advocating bis owu elec
tion, and making a stronir effort in behalf
ot the repeal of the disfranchisement act.
Debt of Maine.
AUGUSTA, ME., Jan. 8.
Gov. Chamberlain was inaugurated to
day. The debt of the State has been re
duced tbe past year thirty-seven thousand
dollars. Tbe entire debt amounts to Ave
millions filtv three thousand and five hun
dred dollars, which falls due in 1871.
Death of Gen Rousseau.
NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 8.
Gen.' Rousseau died : very calmly last
night at 11 o'clock, having taken leave of
bis friends and staff shortly before that
hour. The manifestations of regret to-day
are universal. To-day beinar the anniver
sary of the battle of New Orleans all flags
are flying. Both the foreign consulate and
American flags are displayed at half mast
and draped in mourning.
The Accident in Rochester.
ROCHESTER, Jan. 8.
Thus far but eight persons have died in
consequence of falling of the school house
floor Wednesday night. . Nearly filty were
found, but most of them are out of dan
ger.. Six of the killed were buried this
morning. One funeral was held for all.
Tbe coroner's investigation shows the
cause ot the accident was neglect to put a
stone cap of full size upon a brick pier in
the cellar. .
Death of John Minor Botts.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 8.
John Minor Botts died at his house In
Va., this morning. '
Fatal Shooting Affair in Memphis.
MEMPHIS, Jan. 8.
A shooting affray occurred at 10 o'clock
this morning at the corner, of Second and
Market streets, resulting in the death ol
Edwin Whitfield, of the firm ot Moore &
Whitfield, cotton factors, by S. A. Doran,
a gambler. Doran had rented a house
from Whitfield's father and kept such dis
reputable company that an attempt was
made In the courts to eject him. Doran
this morning published a card in the Av
alanche denouncing both ' Whitflelds as
thieves, liars and poltroons. Edwin Whit
field and Major Moore went to tbe bouse
lor the purpose, it is supposed, of chastis
ing DOran. On knocking at tbe door it
was opened, w nitneia entered tn door,
. which was immediately locked.
The shooting commenced simultaneously
with the locking of the door, when Moore
and the crowd attracted by the firing burst
the door open. Whitfield was found lying
on the floor dying, and Doran and two
women standing in tne center of tbe room,
He cried out that be surrendered. He and
tbe women were taken to jail
Whitfield's pistol was found on hiu,
nerer having been drawn.,-He -was shot
through tbe bodv Ave times and beaten
over the head wlih the pistol. There was
strong talk of lynching Doran. Whitfield
was an exemplary vounar man, recently
married. During the war he served on the
staff or Uen. Dick Taylor.
Surprise at Porter's Report.
MEMPHIS, Jan. 8.
The Avalanche's Little Bock special, to
night, says: Great surprise Is felt here at
General Porter's, report of affairs In this
state, as ne was here ouiy one aay, ana
could have no opportunity of obtaining in
formation as to the bad conduct of the
militia in various parte of tbe State. -
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 8.
The standlnff committee of the Protest
ant -Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania
last night refused, by a unanimous vote,
to sign testimonials tor Rev. Dr. Doane, re
cently elected Bishop of the new diocese
of Albany, New York. -
WASHINGTON, Jan. 8.
There was a full attendance at the regu
lar Cabinet meetlnir to-day.
Gen. F. P. Blair, jr., had an Interview
with the President this morning.
NEW YORK MELANGE.
The United Stats and the Eastern
NEW YORK, Jan. 8.
' In' reference to the meeting to beheld
here to raise sympathy for the Cretans, the
Times says: In our judgment neither our
principles nor our interest require us to
take part In the contest on either side, be
yond wbat we may oe prompted to do by
a desire to relieve the unfortunate and to
succor the distressed. We hope our Gov
ernment will not be urged into or toward
any interference with tbe political or quasi-
religious controversies of Europe. We
have no more concern with the Eastern
question than with the Internal economy
Prosecution of Mr. Bowles.
The Sun says General Butler has been
employed to prosecute Mr." Bowles, ot the
Springfield Republic, for his editorial re
marks about Mr. James Fisk, Jr. The
General announces his determination to
bring the case to an early trial. General
Butler does not approve the action of New
York officers in locking up Mr. Bowles
A Disgraceful Scene.
It is stated that at the execution of
Woolley, at Freehold, New Jersey, yester
day, a large numDer 01 weii-oressed wo
men were present to witness tbe execu
tion, and whjle the wretch was still hang
ing a crowd of school children were aa
emitted to see the spectacle. ; ; -
Charles Moody seriously stabbed Officer
Porter, ' of the Metropolitan Hotel, last
night, while the latter was endeavoring to
quell a disturbance between gamblers and
sporting men in the bar room. Moody was
arrested. - -
The Alabama Claims.
- The Tribune reviews the position of this
country and England on the Alabama
question, - and says -it is , clear that the
-American.people will tolerate no adjust
ment of the Alabama claims which does not
Include, on the part of England, a. volunta
ry and utter renunciation of tbe principles
- and precedents on which her convenient
neutrality was Dasea, ana wnicn sne desires
us to repudiate in our future relations to
ward. Great Britain. - , j v ,
The Tribune animadverts upon the sys
tem of keeping gold boarded in the United
States Treasury, saying it makes an arti
ficial scarcity, whereby gold gamblers only
mav profit, and men who would be finan
ciers take to piling up more and more of it
' in that charnel house for two to three
years longer. We protest, demanding that
this large accumulation be set adrift and
made to earn something for the Govern
ment and people.
BY ATLANTIC CABLE
LONDON, Jan. 8.
: " The request of the Sublime Porte ' for
postponement of the conference on the
Eastern question, in order that time might
be gained for instructing the Turkish rep
resentatives, has not been acceded to. The
conference wiil open its sessions to-morrow.
The Sultan has telegraphed his in
structions at length to Mehemed Pasha, tbe
Turkish ambassador at Paris. A part of
these instructions are that if discussions in
the conference extend beyond the Turkish
ultimatum to Greece that the Turkish rep
resentative shall immediately withdraw.
The Turque says if the Turkish represen
ts ive withdraws war with Greece is Inev
itable. . , '. ' '
Decrease in Bullion.
PAIRS, Jan. 8.
The decrease in bullion in the Bank oi
France, during tbe week, was twenty-seven
and a half million francs.
The Greek Representative and the
VIENNA, Jan. 8.
The Presse, of this city, asserts that the
representative of the Greek Government at
the Paris Conference will not be permitted
to otter any proposition, but will attend
only for the purpose of giving information
in regard to subiects under discussion.
The Conference wiil frame a project of set
tlement, which it will be the duty ot Greece
to adopt after- its acceptance br the Sub
lime Porte and the withdrawal of tbe
Corps of Observation.
PARIS, Jan. 8.
The Spanish Government-is about to es
tablish, a Corps; of Observation kpn ithe
LONDON, Jan. 8.
The Arm attitude'of Turkey on the East
ern question excites much alarm. .
LONDON, Jan. 8. DIED.
NEEDLES At 11 o'clock Wodneiday niebt,
Vm. D.iiKDLBS, aged 7u ytrs. , - . -. ,
; The funeral will take place to-morrow (Satar
daj) from Town Street Church, at 11 o'olook A. M.
..' jan8-dai. . - ; -- :'- : '
1 tW- The Ohio Statesman has a
Larger Circulation than any pa
per piiblished in this City or Cen
tral Ohio. Advertisers -will bear
this In mind. ' : " 1
Columbus &-1 Hocking'Valley
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THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE COLUMBUS
Hookini Valley Kailroai are re-peotfalljr
inrited to participate in an excursion trip to ln
earter on WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 13th.
Tr -in will leave Union Depot at 9 A. M stop,
pin? at South Depot, Edwards'. Groveport. Win
cheater and Curoll.
11. M. GREENE.
jan9-d3t. . . .. . ... Yiee President.
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-THB MAGIC SOUP KETTLE.- A Fairy
'WHO WILL CARRY THE BABIEST A
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M1BS CAROLINE 8CH5EIDEfe
WU1 siva her Third Matinee Saturday Afternoon.
. rri.y , o o A K H B : ' '
Overture "Don Pasqualo". . . : . ...... Donlutlt
. Miss Schneider and Brother.
Sonc-CJawUh Maiden... -.Ksekcft
S. Piano Solo "Wedding Marob."' (By Request
" , vwwid, oonuviucr .... . 141. It
4. Soprano 8olo "Kellogg Walti" .Arditt
I. Vocal Duett "There ia a Bank7.. ...... ..Horn
S. Yiohncello Sole Fantasia sur "Lui'...Batt
nr. low. rcuneiaer,
7 Ballad-" We'd Better Bide a WeeM,...Claribel
... Mr- Scarritt. , - I -.
8. Soprano Solo "Robert" .Meyerbeer
iSS . . Misa tinma J. Lathrop.
Mies Sohneider and Brother.
Tiokets 40 cenu. Sold at the door. . . janS-dlt
MAX BTRAKOSCM....- - Tlr.n. '
Has the honor to announce the first and only Cn-
1 ver ot . .. . ;
MISS CLARA LOUISE KELLOGG,
On Saturday Ereniog;, Jan. m3 186.
MISS ALIDE TOPP. ,; .;,
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SIGf 8TAITAN0iri..!.Mcsi0Ai DrBscros1 ,
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Doors open at IX; eoneert at S o'olock. ' " jan7
STATE STREET TslEATER.
Open Sightly with a Star Company "of ' ' '
FIRST CLASS PERFORMEBSt
' :v'-.Beeond week, and greatBit.or'n 'TT
Louise Payne and Ada Wray.
Six mora new faces this week. Hiss SUSIE
STAR, the rmonlar l)aonnM anil f.vnvitA tntniu.
Mr. EUGENE F. GORMAN, the versatile Actor
andFlutinist:BOWMAn and HARRIS, theeele-
orated btninpean comedians; Miss KOa A L K and
Miss MART KUSSfeLL, ihe accomplished Vocal
ists, Danseuns and Comediennes,
See Pr0a7amu.ee for particulars. janl
SPECIAL NOTICES. t
u Tkmaclila, CaIId Bin,
Is a very complicated and delicate one, and ia 1
liable to (et out of order, sad much -more -difficult -to
repair, than any combination of wheels, arid
cranks, and levervmade bz tbe hands of bid. At
a rule, it ia tinker tot eewA, and badly tinJbmd
at that, i It ia often ealomeliied, 'sarootixed, de
pleted, and otherwise misused, when all that it
really needa ia a wholesome tonic and restorative
like HOSTKTTEB'S- BTOMAt'H BITTERS to
pat it ia proper trim and keepitsov The stomach is
shamefully maltreated. ' in the flrst place. His fued
which ita juices are intended to dissolve. Is tod fre
quently Ami into UAattily, and in a balf-maaU-eated
condition, in which state the -gastrin afcid
eaanet prepetly hot upon H. The reanlt I dypp-
. Then comes the doctor, and, finding the di
gestive organs weak aud the. hairala lneii.aje eeu
oeeds to weaken and paralyse still more with dras
tic purgatives. These failing as tbey always do
to prod ace a salutary change, he tells the (in valid
that medical science can do no more for hint. This,
with all due deference, is a mistake. ae of those
mistakes wMch-TaUyrand said were tairKmmnrt to
crimes, 'rfhat the dyspeptic needa ia i'VigoratUm.
St'engtbdn the stomach with H0STf TB.'S
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condition of the whole system. J?eW, the bitters
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1 ; J hair. ; Faded or gray
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, ,.,,7r'7Lr. . lhin hair ' is thick
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It$ occasional use will prevent the hair
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, .: j J
injurious ;to the , hair, the Vigor can
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Thousands of animals hare been eared of thecalis
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janelS-d&wlyem-reHT , i ( , . .
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