" TUESDAY EVENING, JAN. 22, 18C1
The Adams Express Company place ui dally
uuuer obligations to It for the very latost paper!
from the eastern cities.
The American Express Company bas our
thauks lor Hi aYily fa? ort in (be shape of the
ni latest eastern papers.. , ,
Complimentary Benefit to Miss Kate MacEvoy.
COLUMBUS, Jan. 21, 1861.
Madam The undersigned cltlssas of Culum
bas, admlriog the talent which you exhibit la
rendering the sweet songs of "Erin's Green
Isle," respectfully tender you oomplimentary
benefit at Montgomery Hall, and request you
to name the evening which will suit Tour con
L Fcgliab -'
L M Donaldson '
O T Tiirney
R S McEwio
Geo W Mnypeuuy
M Hsvilsnd , '
Joo B Flynn
Thos Miller :
M Conlin -D
J H Riley
W S Thompson
MONDAY, Jan. 21.
Gentlemen: I feel great pleasure in aoknowl
edffeinff the reeeiotof tour kind letter, tender-
ins: me a ComDlimentarv Benefit, as a token of
your appreciation ofjaj rendering of the songs
of my dear native land.
Permit me to express my deep sense of your
kindness, and to add, that while I feel consoions
of my Inability to do complete justice to tne sen
timent prevailing the plaintive melodies of my
country, 1 also teel deeply to ner wrongs
so trulbfullv Dorlraved in immortal verse
by ber great Poet--Moore. It may be to
this natural expression of feeling on my part
in rendering the words of the Poet, rather than
to my bumble ability as a vocalist, that you are
pleased to benor me with this mark of your
esteem, or which I shall ever retain a grateful
reoolleetion through life.
I avail myself ot this opportunity of thanking
iu yon, the geod citizens of Columbus, for
their genorous patronage so liberally extended
to our exhibition We shall ever look back
with pleasure, to the few but happy days we
passed in your beautiful city. I would name
Wednesday evenlDg next, to receive this mark
of your favor, and we shall use every exertion to
render tne entertainment worthy ol your patron
I Remain Gentlemen
To ills Honor, L English, Mayor, Messrs
Donaldson, Tnrney, McEwen, Geary, Miller,
Alanypenuy, &o., 4c.
ST Two men by the qame of Rittinhousi
and Promos arrived In this city last evening
with a horse and buggy, and put up at the Cad'
walader House. Rittinhousi was arrested some
' time sines in Champaign Co., for being concerned
in blowing up a sale at Mechanltfaburg, but was
discharged as none of the money found in bis
possession could be itcntified as having been in
. This morning, Deputy Sheriff Davis met
Rittxnohusi, on Broad street, Dear the Csd
walader House, and attempted to arrest him.
. RiTTSNHOuar drew a revolver, and cocked it as
be beld it in the o (Boer's face. He then turned
and fled westward as fast as his legs eould carry
him , We understand that Marshal Coffroth
and officer Whits started In pursuit of him,
but with what success we are not informed.
-. Officer Davis proceeded to the Cad walader
and arrested Pitirsoi. He wss taken to the
Station House and searched, and a quantity of
counterfeit half dollars found upon bim. He
was then committed for examination before the
. fiLAMOY'i Machine Works, Zanisville.
We refer our readers to the advertisement of
Messrs. H. & F.Blandy, of Ztoesville, widely
known as successful inventors and Improvers of
. tba Portable or People'e Steam Engine, and
builden of Portable Steam Enginei, to be found
in our oolnmns to-day. From a personal ac
quaintance with the Messrs. Blanov, of - more
than twenty years duration, we oan testify to
their1 Irreproachable reputation and standing, as
'manufacturers and business men, and to the
promptitude and fidelity with which their work
is performed.- As business men of the class re
ferred to; tbey have acquired an enviable and
national reputation.- J
f .The Cyclorama still Open. Such is the
publio demand for Professor McAvory's Exhi
bition, at Montgomery Hall, that be has con'
vented to continue tt this evening. - We do not
choose to tell all the novelties that will be seen
at the Cyclorama tonight. There will be new
things there that have not been exhibited there
. before; bat go and see what they are, for your,
selves We promise you a rich entertalment.
Ohio Medical and Surgical Journal. This
. periodical published on the first day of every al
ternate month, is edited by Drs. John Dawson
and J- W. Hamilton, of this city, both of whom
are Professors in Starling Medical College, and
to whom all orders for the Journal should be
. addressed.1 'The January number comprises
- .many elaborate articles for the professional, as
well as many Interesting ones for the general
ireader.' jl'ne prlooiltwo dollars a year, ;.
' M i 4 ... i . ti ii' , "; . i l
G ran vill Female 'Academy. The scml an-
ual . examination at t-hls Institution will com
. jnenoe. on Friday next,' jthe 25th nstant, and
Ailose on the Wednesday following. It Is one
of the oldest and most' prosperous lnstltntions
.' Iq b9 State, and well worthy of the extended
patronage bestowed upon it. See advertise
toent elsewhere in the Statesman. .. ..
ETMr. Forster's lecture on "The Signs of
the Times" will be delirered at Kannemaoh
er's Hall this evening, at half past seven 6'-
clock. The theme Is an Interesting one it this
. time, and will be discussed by Mr. ForsterwHo
ability. Admittance one dime only. , ' ,
, ,17 The State Tomperance Convention meets
' ,' intWB Cltyto-morroar. ' The State Eiecutlve
Committee will meet the delegates at ten o'clock
,i A. M, at the .Congregational Church, ' and as
. liga hsm the respective places fit their enter
talnmant. j ; r - r J ,
"'STThe'sBrriaJ is informed by the Warden
-that -there is only one case of small-pox In the
Penitentiary that of a convict received , from
Hamilton oounty, and that he ii at present eon
jf.valeteent J No new cases have occurred in the
Tistrt rancc LtCTcsR. Mr. Gidois, Esq , of
Cincinnati, delirers 4 Temperance lecture this
t evening, at th Congregational Charch, The
memoers oi me lempie oi nonor, win oe (res
cnt in full regalia- M t ' '
r-., The last ehanoe to buy dry goods at auction,
. .will be offered to morrow at 249 South' High
, where kW. R, Kent, f will sell from that
large stock of Linens, , Woolens, &c.,' &o. The
. 1 Mant OTmrjrtnnitv nnaitlvolv 1
' .v J .sl.i i.
r , , j- ii, , f ,.i .
17 O wlog to the press upon ent oolnmns,! we
4 Mf compelled to defer ihs publication of the
Annual Report of the Female Bcnorolent Soci
ty until to-morrow.
Rail Road Time Table.
Imu Hum 4 rjoujMiuf Xsitu B. II
-1 r. .,,.:;, Leaves.
I ( Aooommodilion. 1..... 8.10 A. H, '
; flo.il Ex...,..,., .,..,. S.30P.AI. , ,
NlghtExprsss.. ......... 8. A.M.
Oi.tvitiXD, Ooumatis A OtMomuTi It. R
ErpresssndMall.....'.;3.00 P.M. :
Night Express .....3MS A. M.
OkktralOuioE. II. ', ;
Express Train 3.00 K. U
Mall Train a. 40 P. II.
PlTTRIURO.il, Oot.rjMBUS fc ClXOIXMATl R. R
Express Train 3:00 A.M.
Mall Train 2.4U.P. M.
1.40 P. M
8 30 it. M
V KOP. M
OOLUtUDI Ic iNDIADAIatn E . E. -
lUolumbui, PUua Indiana B. R.J
Express Train..... 8:10A.M.
liiiin Train.. ......... ilitiP.M.
11:10 A. M
LtoTVRC Thos. Galis Forstkr, late of
North Carolina, will lecture on this
(Tuesday) evening, at Kannxmaoher's Hall
west side of High, between Rich and Friend
streets, at 7 o'clock. Subject "The Signs of
the Times;" discused from a Natural and Spir
Itual stud point, rather than from a Political
and Partisan platform. Admission-to pay ex
peases 10 oents. -, , ;
Mr, Forstci bas been for years well known
tbrougont the United States, as an able reason
er and an eloqeunt lecturer.
BT This Is positively the last week of the
great gift book store, at No. 173 South High
ot. A fresh supply of new books just reoel ved
and renumber a splendid gift with every book
Tav it With these words the strsDgor put a
package of De Land & Co's Saleratus into Kate's
hand, and disappeared. Ever after this memor
able day, poor bread dingy pastry, and Bulphur-
ous biscuit were unknown in this family, but
the fame of Kate's excellent pastry, breed, &c.
spread over the whole sehool district, and led
many envious people to make the inquiry,
"Whose Saleratuo do you use7 " To which she
invariably replied, D. B De Land Si Co ' It
can be purchased from most grocers and store
keepers, and Is for sale at wholesale by the
manufacturers, at Fairport, Monroe Co., N. Y.,
and by the grocers in the cities and villages
throughout the country.
U-T The way to keep well, take McLean's
Celebrated Strengthening Cordial and Blood
Purifier, be careful in diet, and no disease can
attack the system. This Cordial is the most
effective Alternative and Tonio ever known
It is a perfect preventive of disease, and it
strengthens the system, and puriQes and cleans
es the blood. Try It, and you will be convinced
See the advertisement in another colnmy.
Lnanimous, Physicians prescribed it, and
everybody recommends its adoption as the stand,
ard, only certain external remedy. 25 cents a
O" Soe advertisement of Prof.
Hair Invigorator la another column. .
tor all Til UU AT and
COUGH, and every
Complaint the forerun
ner of, and even actual
The Great NEllHALs
GIG HKIriKnV and Nat
ural OPIATE, adapted
to every apeclci of Ner
vouaj Complaints, Ner.
von a and Chronic
tlani, Catarrh, Tooth
and Ear Ache, I.oein of
sleep, and Bowel Com
No real JaatJca can ba dona the thnv nr,i,iarutinna
but by procuring and reading descriptive pamphlets,'.
be found with all dealers, or will be sent by Proprietor
on demand. Formulae and Trial Bottlea sent to Physt
clans, who will find developments In both worthy their
acceptance and approval.
Correspondence solicited from all whose necessities or
curiosity prompts to a trial of the above reliable Seme
for sale by the usual wholesale and retail deMer
JOHN L. HUNNEWELL, Proprielo
CHHIST AND PHARafACKUTIBT,
No. 9 Commsrelal Wharf, Boston, Uasa.
Boberta h Samuel. N. B. llarnla. J. R. rinnk. J. M
Danlg, O. Denig at Sons, A. i. Schueller a Son, AgenU
for Oolumboa, Ohio. myl-dly
MEDICAL AND, TOILET
This book contain! Rtctlptt and Pirtctlone tor ma
king all the meat valuable Medical preparations in use;
also Bscipti and full and explicit direction! for making
all the moat popular and useful Cosmetics, Perfumes,
Unguents, Ilalr Restoratives, and all Toilet Articles. If
yon are suffering with any chronic disease If you wish a
beautiful complexion, a line head of hair, a smooth face,
clear skin, a luxuriant beard or moustache or If you
wish to know any thing and every thing la the Medical
and Toilet line, you should by all means perns a sopy
this book. For full particulars and a sample of the
work for perusal, (free) address tha publisher, , .,.
T. P. CHAPMAN,
No. 631 Broadway, New York. '
oetM d!)m .
7 Headache 1 Headache! .
Thousands of persons suffer from headaches to the seri
ous detriment of their comfort, business, and health,
who might easily be cured by simply using HoMrasn's
Bobiiophatio Srxcinrs. Tha Ukadachi Pill taken In
lbs morning, and the BtLtocs Fiu takes at night, rarely
fall to cure tha most severe and obstinate cue. Thou
sands having tried them have been entirely freed of this
bans of their lives. - flo and do likewise. i
Price, 8S cents per box, with directions., Six boxes 1 1
Bent by mall or express, free of charge, oelptof
theprloe Address, t " i I - "--v ,' I ,
V Da. ' BrjUPHRKYS It CO.,'
No. 568 Broadway. New fo I,.
8oldby - BOBERTB St BAMOR1L, -
Wholeaals and Retail Brnggiats. 84 N . High street
" - v B. K. BAMUKLfc CO., .
Janl-dkwlm . , 85 8. Sigh streot, Oolu mtras, 0.
Beaadvettlaenentla another column. . '
, .. MOFFAT' lilFE riU.I.M1',
la all oases of oostlvtnese,dysjepsla, billions and liver
affections, plies," rhenmalltm, fevers and agues, oostl
nato head aches, and all general derangemaats of health
these Pllla have Invariably proved a certain and-speedy
remedy. A single trial will plaoa Uic Life Pllla beyond
tha reach ofoompstltion iln tha estimation of every pa
tient, t. (
Sr. Moffat's Phcanli Bitten will be found squally ef
Boadoui Id slloaaes of nervous debility, dyspepsia, bead
ache, tlie slckneas Incident to females In dellcats health,
and every kind of weakness of the digest! re organs,
lor sale by Dr. W.B. MOVfAT, K; Broadway, M. Y.
and by all Dragglsta. ' tuytS-dakwly '
Tho following . U an extract from a
letter written by the Bev. J. 8., Holme, paster ot tha
Pierrepolnt Btreet Baptist Church, Brooklyn, N. T.,to
the "Journal and Messenger," Cincinnati, 0., and speaks
volumes ln favor of that world-renowned medicine, Mas
Wmsiow's gooTHiao Bvrcs roa Ctnusunt Tkxthim:
-'"We see an advsrtlsment In your columns of Mas
Wimslow's Booth ina Braor. Now ws never said a word
In favor of a patent medicine before In our Ufa. bat we
feel compelled to say to your readers that this la no hum
ug wa HAveTaien tt, add irow it to b a La rr
OLAlata. It la probably one of tho most successful medi-
dnes of the day, because It la one ot the best. And those
of your readers who have tablet can't do better than
lay Ina supply," . - ..-.. ees7:lydw
Iw V" l
AXt, mcnuERfl or mis society
IX. are notified that the Third Be Union for the season,
will be oa Thursday, the S4lh Inst. Invited frienda of
. . n tickets bv calling on H. LnQtrsMtrx,
v'. .,;Sro 01 .txA, kits at oo.
Janiil-d3t. .k . , . , , fl, j.(,i,oOK, KaaagoV.
A 0 CENTS wXl POUND, AT
''(-' ,vsn- MobMia) BK8TIBATJX,' '
f" 4N High street
TELEGRAPHIC! REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 21.
Mr. Ilunter from the conniittee on Finance, reported
the Indian appropriation bill and asked to be excuse!
from furtber service on the l'ir,i..,.. ,.!..
a.1.'(t.V,M"le"l,KU,,!I,,!"y", "ie Jri'.vln
2?Mi?Ji7,.'i,?X: S! .Vt" '.M.d thonht ln "
- " -..- . wuM, .iiHi. uu ii9 excuseu.
.' Hunter had been Chairman of the committee on
Finance fo 15 years. lie waa excused.
Mr. Blgler presented several petition! asking the paa
sag of tha Crittenden resolution!. Laid on the talile.
Mr. Latham waa excused from service on the Territo
Mr. Polk nreu.nti.il nallllnn AnuA... -
n. tho.slgnaturea occupying fifteen quires of foulnsi,
Wranned In tha Amurlp.n ea .. i A '
North, South, Kaat and West,, asking tba. passage of the
Crittenden resolution. Laid on the table.
Mr. Slldell uknl tha , .. .
the President In answer to his resolution in relation to
ins appointment of Acting n.r.ir. .it w. u.. ......
oOered the following resolutions:
Setolved. That. In the onir.lon nf lh Hn.i .....
oni given by the President in bis message for not com
munlcat na to tha Renui. .t . ' . .
ulnZt ti.lrcMry?Mph "oK AMot '" of wr'
Jluolvttl, That the grounds assumed by tha President
making such an appointment during the session or
tha Sensttt. triitfa,l.nMiih
n ' . spirit oi me
the , ei li ?a'r i i t US ""ent an'1 ""OS-
Mr: vr,..-0f Vim:".:t. :r.v"Ri-,..
hlmasaif an 1 ii ,i u wuiMirHwi
Mr. Olir reftri tha wlthHmtvsii ha ni a
. - v AlalUalUIll DCUR-
Mr. Glav chnrire.l the tloniil.tu.n. na n.A ' .
of the troubles wh en. caused accession, .ni ik. )... ..,,,
bit. rittpatrick endorsed bis colleague'a remarks.
Mr. Davis stated that tha amin. .r act..,..,.. , .-
IVk nt-bStWonJtheI? ml'1,t ka Pfol, thongli we part'.
If ba had offended, ha wnni.i nn . ' .
all reparation foi l auch ofTence. " "po-svunu
l.ft'.n'.hl" n"" "m, "L"1"' A1,m "P Mississippi
eilaftll tho Dtinnf rutin Msnt.. ,.t .... ..lf'
.haklng hands. . H.i. idta.Ti1,
publicans doing so.
un motion of Mr. SewarJ, the Kansas bill was ta;ert
Teritora!" W"hd,e" M' meniI,'t creating Jefferson
Judlcia11 8"'n 0tit"A Sn U)enJn)e"t )n '"Sard to tha
nir. Douglas opposed any amendment.
Mr. steward until it wm mnT.n, ..... ,
decs this provision.
LI- dl.Tl,... ...
tnQu "O n vuiw ni XV
-vn' b1!!," ,,ien ,nlr1 ,lm" " Pn'J
vriuenocn resolution! were taken up. Mr. Dia
ler spoke at considerable length In favor of their pa.
?ige,l,n1.l,'?ueuthe necessity and prcprlety of a ion
Jmuul0 i." VtSp,M J0pt ""0-ments to the Con
illtution. Ha asked the Kepublican Benators to constd-
fiiiI Dtc",iy o' "l'aK of these or similar reso
lutions. He annealed tn tha Smiih ,..
-.-....uuu,WUiiialura lo u.e L'nion.
c""in, out could not see how
Btate Coercion was iiHin.tnr,.
they could coerce a
J'' Cameron would not makea s.eech, for thouab hU
collegue.offered the olive branch, the olher smIo would
not listen or respond.
He was Inclined to do all he could to save the Union.
,al.d the wel1 kmwa POtrlotlsm of the (en-V-
Jk n P'nnsylvaula precluded the necessity of watch.
, i 9 other side could not hear the woMa of
, wa i . , ! ii. w" ,0,rJr t!mt oenatoriwho le't would
not wait till tney heard trom Pennsylvania.
BWe'r'i speech Mked " Cfnieru" 'r.
hifIff.ero?.T.Ve7n'uth,-Vo''' nd will vuto for
bis proposition if It will save the country.
Sir. Baulabury thought that Camcron'a devotion to the
country might well ba imltattd.
Mr. Cameron I say to the Benatora from Oeorgia
and Alabama, If they will take my colleagues proposi
tion we will pass it. ' .
i.iMr,,,lTer""1 ",ed " h PProved of the sentimeuts of
hia colleague against coercion. That's the point.
r. Cameron Coercion la the last remedy.
Mr. Green Is It a remedy acall.
Mr. Cameron-It is a bad remedy. I don't know as I
m re,rt to It; it Is certainly a Inst remedy.
f- r. ..
".....iiraimuiiiiiirKi that the senator voted
f ViP'p c,1,tnden reaolutlona and for the amendment
... dcuuk i rum new nampsniie.
He also said that Mr. Wade presented resolutions from
Oli o, oneof which waa against the pisonal liberty bill,
trhllfl ttlAl IthtA T aaial S I A a .a
lie wanted toibow ihe nennta tha .1.rrirnna k.t.aDH
ws uviiieliaiurn ri-iuaru ri renin I IiiaC hi 1 1 .
profoasiona here and oractica,! hara.
i Mr. Cameron said Mr. Mason seemed inyinm n n
excuse for leaving the Union . He had voted aa l.e did
because he saw no disposition of compromise from lite
other aide, unless he weDt on bendcl knees and asked
forgiveness. He should ask for no ."orgiviness, because
he bad done no wrung-, but waa atin viiiinir in rn.niro n,.
Jie wouiado all he could to nreidtvo thn Tninn i.i
was not to be dragooned or driven.
Mr. Maaon waa unconscious of sajlng aught to nrouie
tne wrath of Mr, Cameron. He did not want an excuse to
leave, but he did want an excuse to remain in the Union.
Six Senatorial chairs were practic illy vacated to-day and
the Union was nractlcaltv iHaa. it.arf wh.n. ...
edy for coercion; would you me the discipline of the
pedagogue? Would to God the Senator from Pennsvl-
VH wum l'T0 mt an excuse to stay in Ihe Union.
Mr. Cameron had not haar.1 nr anu ihMi. nr
but If II must come Pennaslvani waa Mri. .. i,'
The people of this Bute arereadyfor anything honor
able to aave the Union, aad aie remla- in .i.1,1 .11 .....
ihe North has done no wrong, and bulljing cannot
drive them. If you want the Union preserved, let us
know what is wrong, and we will redress It
air. Bauisbury believed the Benatorsiocere and though
five States had gone, he thouaht tliat if this at,'a wm.i.i
meet the Senator with the same spirit, the Union would
Mr. Crittenden urced the imnortar.ee nf the nniiin
and apoke against the postponement.
Mr. Colfsx Introduced a resolutlnn fni a im..r..i.n
mall facilities in seceding etaiea. Beferred to Toat
Mr. i.nffllih oflored a raaolntlnn that tha
ne instructed to take necceasary measures to cirrv
the Crittenden compromise into practical affect, and
movedasuspemien ofthe-rulei. Lost 07 to 92.
nr. JEnglish wished the couutrv to know that tha lt
publicans would not allowa vote.
Mr. Grow Tha KeDuhlicana will vote whan lha.
On motlon.of Mr. Morris. Ibelcominlttee on the Judlclarv
waa instructed to Inquire into the propriety of amending
the neutrality lawa, to prevent military expeditions be
ing allowed to aid seceding Suites,
The report of tha committee of 33 came up and Mr.
Oorwin addressed the House.
Mr. Corwln said the withdrawal of a Btate docannt
necessarily make the Inforcement ot the lawa subversive
peace; and showed that Personal Liberty Bills do not
affect Ihe rights of the South, arguing that laws for re
capture depend on the Federal courts. Such lawi hav
ing been approved by tha supremo Court, render oppos
ing Bute laws null.
southern newspapers and orators have mainifli.ii a
hundred timea Imaginary dangers apprehended fiom the
Kepublican administration. He ahowed the fears of
amendment to the Constitution to the detriment of the
South, by the Bepublicane wtre groundless; saying
twelve more free Statoa wore necessary to furnish the
requisite votes for such aa end. Ihe committee propose
an amendment that any change relative to slavery be
depeadenton theaaliou of every Btate; asking what
more la demanded.
He showedtbat the condition of a larre norllon of lha
Territories precluded slavery. Slavery la already es
tablished in New Mexico: why not admit her at once,
thus banishing forever this firebrand. If ihsiedillicultles
are not removed, be would not attempt to lift the cartala
irom, ins luture, ana tne consequences wmoutnay follow
the prevailing delusion.
Mr. Mllson aald the worst sign wai the levity with
which disunion wasregardsd. lie had been asked If Vir
ginia would submit to Lincoln. He aald no. neverrha.
cause Lincoln mult submit to Virginia, land the other
ouies wmcn lorroea too constitution, which limits the
power to be exercised. Whoever receivings majority
the eleotoral vote must under the Constitution be
fretldent. , .
He aaw nothing lo Ihe personal liberty bills lustifvlnv
dissolution! there was a disposition In the Northern
Legislatures to strike them from the statute, but the
South was spprehenslie of the future. The Territorial
questlyn waa already settled by existing lawa; settle.! by
the constitution, and settled ln favor of tha South, sad
therefore he supposed no danger was apprehended from
that source, and oonstquently there waa no Juatiucatlsn
aiaunioa. - -v i
He would have Virginia defend her rlvhta secured to
her by the Constitution, to the last end, but some States'
nigni men want nor to torow sway those blessings, ir on
ly to show her right to do so. He theuvht Instead nf
withdrawing, she should have ca'led a convention with
the confederate states, and made known her irlevancea.
and her purposes to withdraw, but having withdrawn,
ahouldn't be coerced In any form, '
WASHINGTON, Jan. 22.
Whlteby nreiented resolutions from the Btate of
Delaware, urging the adoptioii or the Crittenden compro
mise. Mr. Harris, of Maryland, gave notice that he would
move the resolution! of the Border Btate Committee aa an
amendment to the resolutions reported from the Item-
mttiee 01 intrty-tnree.
Mr. Harris then presented a memorial from 17.000 I
oltlreni of Mary lead, representing every district and i
oounty In the Btate,, urging the adoption of tha Bonier j
Btate resolutions. 1
Mr. Colfax from the Poet Office Committee, renortad
back the the bill authorising the Peatmaster Ueneral
anapend the mall service In the Needing Stabs, o.
Mr. Colfax said that be would not have Introduced the
bill. It the federal oourta had remained Intact, hut now
persona may open the malls and rinelhem, and there arc
no means by which they may be brought to justice. ',
11 we rosi aiaiier muses so pay tne oralis given to :
the contractors, tlia latter oan hold Congress reanonsi-
ble, therefore It became the imperative duty of the Gov-1
ernmeni to discontinue the postal service, whw there ,
Is no means ol proleoUug It. . 1-
. ""ano" ''1e to offer a substitute covering mora
ground 1 than wae propoerd I by Mia) bill before Ihe hvusa.
te the existing condition of affaire, Ibe lawataonot 1
be enforced in South Carolina, and that measure 4clng
now peiora ine select committee, jar. Jirauch a subif r-1
tute was as folio s, vis: "To the end of 'removing all 1
cause for using force aed to prevent Uic breaking out
of olvll war, pending the deliberation of OnngreM, In '
Ihe existing crisis of publio affairs, all laws of tiro Unl-1
ted Btate! be and are hereby suspended, nntll tha 1st of ,
January lij3 in and ever those- Btatea which have
heretofore or may previous to aald date secede. j . " 4
1. i ' - ; ' ; j
- Baxu)ws Falls, Vormont, Jan. S3 A cattle train
en the Rutland and Burlington B. K., consisting of
fourteen cars, lut night broke through a bridge betwoen
Bellows falls aad Chesterville. Five care went through
killing 50 iheep and 4 cattle No Injury was sustained
by the men on the train. , , ,
From the South.
I MiLLioorviLur, Geo. Jan. 21. Tho convention unani
imouily adopted tlia following: That lack of unanimitr
on ilia paaaaga of the aeoeailon ordinance, Initloatca a dif
ference of opinion, not aa to rights elalmad, but aa to the
mode of redress, and It being- desirable to to give a prop.
it expression to the feeling of all tba Convention, to
ascertain the action of the State, therefore,
J'etolteU, That all voters for or against tha paasaga of
1 the ordinance, will aign the same, aa a pltdpe of the
i unanimous determination of this Convention to sustain
I aid defend tho Utate In this course, without regaid to In
This wiis.slined by ail except 13.
Alexander II. Stephens, Judge Stephens and Oov.
are taklug plncer to-pljlit.
Ai.uuaTA, Oa., Jan. 21. Four hundred' puns weie
fired In honor of accesiion, and the city illuminated to
night. The belli are ringing the military and Brenea
are parading, &o.
TALLAiuaaa, Fla., Jan. ill The Conentiou a.ljouru
I o. munury will HMpuiuu'j anu cuunriui.J. JUde ul
i Aduiirallty. at Key V est.
i Nw Vork, Jan. 22, A special Ilulllmore detpatch to
the 'limta auys, the secession of Georgia has stiuck a met
aocholy blow to the hopes of Maryland.
If Virginia secedes, a- d Congress passes no compro
mise soon, the people are propsring to convene a Con
I vention to withdraw before the 4th uf March. Che will
Mlnw the lead of Virginia, however.
It is understood that the Uovernor will call a Cuuven
tion. if Vligiuiawilhdrawa.
a n tin,i . . .
! n'"'l"ri .Tn 21 A caWnetmeetlng washeld to
for Jay ,ocon,iler tha object of ex-President Tjler's mlis'on
. ln bebftlf ol Viiolnl.
! WASHmaToy, Jan. 22. I n anticipation of onic:.il in
?""0'. 0'wi or.u..
ii"cuiaiives nT airt-any iinpn letter Or villi
drawn from the House. Hill an t Uurilman, have no
yei assenv u.
Ueneral llix states in a letter to the Commute nf IV i,
and Means, that alter a careful examination of the con
union or the Treasury, so fur as is now practicable, that
xu.uuimuu will lie ri"lrei to carry on the Oovemmen
till the 1st of July, ln addition to the rmllnarv rpv.mt.
irom an aourcas, ana iressury notes airendy granted.
'i his amount is nroviited for In sir. Morrill's tsrtrr hill, in
the thape of a loan, wh'ch the Becretary of the Treasure
win pronaoiy m anuiorizr.u, uy uovernment resolutions,
to convert Into Treasury notca at his dlcrrrtinn.
Mr, Oobb'a report entirely. iulsri.pri..eiits the stntc of
u.e ntances; anil eren now there may be other heavy li
abilities dbrnu-reil, which will swell the aggregate much
'fho party who has undertake tho treaionalile job of
.ui'i'iy iiik iuisai3iin nun riut-fl, nns neen uetected tn
teh graphing to theauthorltiea of that Stale, In regard to
mat matter, lit mil nearly, ir not quite completed a bar-
wmi an ogeni oi a Honnern nns manufacturing compa
ny, ahfn lin Has cjpo.-ed.
liomow, Jan. 23. In the Senate a ioint snecial fir.
mlttee haa been appointed to consider the expediency of
BU.LU..,..H umpi.c, ,, ma ponce may be an
pointed by the 8 tato authorities.
ju .no iiuK, iimvuiuiiiiiiccvii icuerai rotations were
Instructed to inquire whether any munitions of war aro
oeing manuiosiureu ami soiu la me Commonwealth, to
persons reaiding in, or to tlia authorities aa their Ace'nls
nfgtatei having seceded, or threatening toiecede from the
The Union petition in Bostni hr.s received nearly 11
000 signatures. A rpecl.il Committee will prolviblv leav
with the document for Washington.
New York Market
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, JAN. 21.
lereipts aie 3,r!.',S this market heavy and 3c
lower: sales of i 500 bhls at SJ 15S3 -'? for superfine
state; $3 40(35 511 fnr extra state; S3 15S5 2U for su
perfine western; ?5 40 3 70 for common to medium ex
tra western; ?3 "USS Pn for Inferior to good shipping
brands extra Hound Hoop Ohln,
WHEAT leceipts are 3.5IJ7 bushels. 'market heavy
andlfullytlc lower; sal's of 43,000 bushels at SI '.'0 for
gootl.Chlcago spring; fl 8991 Do for Milwaukee Club
and.amber Iowa; (1 3.1B1 37 for winter ird western, the
latter price for small lots delivered.
KTK-quiet at 73S73e.
BARLEY quiet; sali-s 3,(011 l.u-hsls goi State at
CORN receipts 4 51(1 bushels. Market heavy and de
clining: sales 40 000 bushela at OV '7llo for mixed
O.ATB sallinc at MMc for Western. Canadian ar.d
PORK firm; sales 4nn hbls. at I7 87Si!SISfor n-csa.
and 1 13 for prime.
IIKr.e-qulat but Stoady -
CUT alls Al ts steady.
LAUD steady: sales 1.10 hhii. Mtiii c.
TlUTTKU-ln fair reti nest at 11)71! 13c for Ohln nndll
aL.no tor mate.
CI1KK9K steady ntflOlO.c.
HISKY benvy aad lowor; sales 4o0 bhls. at 18
i-vo. cntetir the inside price.
STOCKS dull and lotver. Money gool sunolv asd
moderate demand, 40 per ct. on call' H0 abort lat
cisnspaper. e ti hrm without actively. Cfck I SOX
Brie 3fiX ; 0 B at 1 75,'i; I'scitic Mail S3; Cume. 47i
llnrprf. 4li. MC5 i, O ac Ch 72;. Pan SI 10.M tf
liiM, doprf 35 I C scrip fiSK. 0 ex 1 .15,, Readlng47,
liar I0X, N Y i.PU!,Ofc P 10. I.ao. grants 1I, Kume
,iattriown j-i, 1-. rie .911 nonusfo.
CINCINNATI, Jan., 22.
f LOCH is taken a little more freely to-day on orders
consumption but buyers cut the market very closely,
anu ineie neing inose wnoare quite wllltnz to sell, t ie
market remains about as Inst quoted, aa to prices. The
receipts last Week weie 7 ,'C1S bbls. ; shipments, S.SdP
WHEAT has a steady market, with a disntsltlon na
part of buyers to yield a little to the demands of set
lers, so that 91 01 9 1 113 was paid for red. The ship
ping demand is mainly for white ot strictly eholec
grades, forwhich SSI 1.5J1 13 is tillil.
tOUN we quojeat the old fl,rures, wilh a good de
mand mainly f.om shippers and sellers.
OATS are dull at '.'tic.
BARI.EV of choice grades Is taken at 75c to fue, lut
RYE can scarcely be so well written of, G3c being the
WHISKY Is in fair demand at 13c. The receipts of
last week were 7,033 bbla, and exports 8 201 bbls.
110QB Are held still higher andourraupe of prices
put at 80.30 to 0,70. Iteceipta for the last two dsys
were quite light. Many or the packers have dosed np
that there Ii lesa competition than heretofore. The
business now to bo done In packing Hill have but little
eti'eot on the future movement of the product, 10 that
has now became altogether a subordinate of the
Cin. Com., January 22.
WI1EAT in moderate demand to aupply local millers,
ales 1 car white, a.imewbat mixed with red, at SI, 15,
1 car white at $1,16.
CORN remainsqnletst337d. , (
OATS inactive at iPo.
BARLEY quiet at 0OVJ5G2c.,. ', .. , ,
BY E quotable at StktWOet J x. . i,i.'
BE AN email sa'es at 70975c.
HIGHWINKS- quiet at 15lS,t the latter price
being obtainable onlvfnr small lota.
BOOS ateady at S,753!8 20 for light to heavy .
BEED8 Oloveria in ne demand, and nntqtintahle.
PORK the market is firm at 113,85315 '.'0. 1
IiAHD steady at Uo. .
KOCS-quiet at 13o. i
FRUITS dried apples remain cxcMslvoly dull at Vic
Peeled peaches ate Inactive at lis. 13c. . .
rp-; HIONT M t'Cl fl'I'l. PAIN CIIU
11K Knwn, Is composed solely of healing Oils,
usm, Wid Corns. Actual observation, and Uic certitt
CjlU!, o( .tSpCC:aile peisons warrant us in stating lwsl
Owing timi.ihnt , i
PRICE B SEDUCED
From the New Vork Observer. !' ;
As all parties manufacturing Bewing Machines are ob
Used to pay Mr. Howe a license on each machine sold,
are a 10 compelled to make returns to him, under
oath, aa to the r.umber sold, his books give acorrectstate
ment. Vrom this reliable source we have obtained the
following atatittlcj. Of the machines made In the year
1930. there were aold, ,
fly Wheeler at Wilson. . . . .' B1.3II5
' I. M. Singer Av Cn 10.05.1
" Qiover fc Bsker 10;.0 :
Ihowlr.g the ssles of Wheeler i. Wilson to be aVsiAfe
of any other Company." . 1 1
Awarded the highest pramluira at tha ; "
United States fairs of 1H33, lHiv and 1SCW; .
also at the - I
Ohio Btate rain of IPSO and ISfiO; '
and at ntarly all tho Oounty Fairs in the Btate. ,
Our prices, at the late reduction, are ae low ae any
ful: atirh ma,.hlnft now anld. and but & tiilla htohar than
,. im..i ihL ,.t,.n aiVA mnrAtn.m. ...
forndnnnn ttiemarket. -
The WHMELKH tt WILSON MACHINE makes the
I,nc- Bti the onlv ore which cannot he taveled. It
a,.i rtnnSinianf tha a-amla. Inavlna na wa nr
chalnonth under Me.
M marhtnte var'antrd 3 yeme, and Inttriulion
given In tli'ir use, tree of ch.ur.e.
H. 0HAKY,H High at.. Coluoibus, 0.
WM. SUMNER At CO.,
deo3-n:iw,13iniw0m Pike's 0 era House. Ciuciot trtl.
jVL XA.JV-XV JLia X. Xv3 OXXla
iieeii'e Magnttia Oil evrtl Iihtvmatttm;
. Jler&'e MiPuMe Oil cure HiHnalAJf ettion ;
lleed'i ilnmetio Olleurei WeakJointt:
KtrH'e MnunetU Oil oures VlceraUd Sore; 1
Keed't JUagnetio Otleuree JVereoua HeadaJic; j
Betd'e Magnetic Oil (Wet Frotttd Feet; ,
', Xninttie, Oil cure Wmtndt; I
Retd'e tlaqntUe Oil turet tiieeltuwe; 1
. y.il' Jljgnetia Oil cure J'aint In the. Batk;
Betd'e Maanttia Oil cure Nervous JferMon: !
Reed' I Magnetic Oil oures E.tracne 08 Toothache,
For sale by SIMON JOHN80N, DacooisT, Pittsburgh,
Pa.. sole aaent; sold also by II. A. VAHNISTOOKaa
001 R. H.BHLLHHB at CO., and Druggists generally,
at xo eta. per doiu. .4,: , . ueciauvw
i . ,; , :
Ml IV l
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
IflaitiitMclurrrsi of all kind ot for
tablrt and Ntallonnry Mleant Ksi
Rinee, Maw ItlillM, riat JTIillw,
LAX& 0LEYBeaten! II. it F. BJ.AKD YBeaUnl
J. tj. II. DUTJLL BeatentU COLVMBVS
HACIIIXE CO. Beaten!! tt BliADfOIip
16 CO. Beaten! IU!
Oar Portable Engine and 8iw Mill
Waa awarded the first premium of 050 at the Indiana
Stele Fair for 1-flO ever Lane k Bodley'i on accountof
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior character of lumber sawed.
Our Stallonniy Engine was awrild nt the same Fair
the first premium of SjiillO.
Our Viirtahle Knirine wns no-anl. it ih n,ai
$1(K) at the Fair at Memphis, Tenn., over 'lilandy'a Du
vall s, Columbus Machine Co's.. ami Itraiirorrf '
by a committee of practical Itailroiid Knginevra.
yor price anu terms aildresi
W1LLAIID WARNER, Treasurer,
unci uwijeots. Neaark.Oliio
The Newark Machine Works ln nubllahl ntf tba ah'!..
notice of having been victorious over
TIsoaMautty t'oriablo steam Saw Mai
at any Fair whatever, knew they were publUhlnga false-
nnoa, Henava puhiithedour denial of the truth of
meir statements in other papets, but they have not al
tered them, nor oflered the pnblic any evidence to sus
tain their untruthful assertion, We never hid a Mill or
Engine on exhibition at Memnhla. Tann. IT ,it,i
ntMtmnt thn tll,l,tlSlaln v.i.., 7.n..ni. n iu.i.
. . ... . ..... Ma a, cauc.v 111c, v., JCJ-J,
wherein the Sawing contest, thev cams nut hnhinrt .11
others, we takingTWO FIRST PREMIUMS.
vt e, met them again at the Ohio State Fair at Snodusky,
, tn 139, with dual Machinery, anrt lv.nl ili.m iai.i.,
TA'AVIuaT niiailrn.iu ,
... v. .... - . i.oijiiii .in, nmi .
At the UNITED bTATRS FAIR for I80O, at Cincin
nati. 0 , trhere all the leading manufacturers were retire
The Blarnly Mill wai Victorious
over all, cutting 3i boards. 12 ft. 8 In. long, and 2lt
incncs w:ue. in r minutes, Ujseconds; all the machine
ryoperaten ny two hsnila only I ' and of course, carried
mo rmai 1 tlKmusl.
nm nomg present at In linnapolii. 1800, we do not
know what they did there, but we do know, that at tfco
unio Btu'e Minor i5'i, where uc dU meet.them, they
were so badly beaten as to be left entirely out con
sideration in awarding premiums. Though they had a
Mill and three Engines on the grounds, thty did not get
oven a second Premium on cither.
Forclrculara fully describing THE BLANDY N V
TIOMAL PREMIUM AND OiiAMPtON kndink i:;n
MILL, with reporta of operators, Src, all trut,uUy and
irti.i n.i lurin, Kuuress
II. at F. TH.ANDY,
Bhndy's Steam Engino Works,
in S-Jdiiveo- Zn icsvitlc, 0.
Granville Ohio, Female Academy.
Tuv. si'icing and sriri.vii'it SRS.
slonaill commence Febmarv 7th. mil. TM la
one of Ihe hest Institutions for the thorotteh and chrln-
njii caui-anon 01 our itsuirnters, a n reamnable cost.
Address W V. KERR, Principal.
R-fertn Col. 0, W. Manvpsasv.
Jhii2J dlwfcw'Jw Hon. A. L. Fkreill, Senate.
WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN-
HAVINO A CIRCULATION
LAROEB BY SEVERAL THOUSANDS
Than any other paper in Ohio, outalde of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Advertising
Which CANNOT FAIL In brlDg
Speedy and Remunerative Returns
To those who take advantage of tham.
Tina WEKKLY STATESMAN
Distributed as It Is throuch every Poat OSes in Ohio, '
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Wbose patronage is valuable, and who seldom see the
Daily Editions of d'y Journals; ami as only .'
Limited Number of Advertisements
Are Inserted In Its columns, appoprlalely and
. , mtT caitsoT ran. to . "
Advertising In the WEEKLY BTATKRMAN will On '
' It advnntaroui In -' - . ' !
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which Is almost certain to follow an extensive dissemln
, atioa of a knowledge of their business '
AMONG COTJNTEY DEALERS I
AIiTF-RTlBKMENTfl INTENDED FOB j
The Weekly Statesman
Should be handed IB before Friday noon.
E.M. WILLIAMS & CO., i
Front Street, Between State and Town.
rpHR OLD OA II It I AGE
X 8IIOP is still running, and although (X)
pressure of late years haa set heav
upon her running geara, ahe ia still turn
tg out those splendid PIIJ-.TON8. HOOKA WATA. and
PRINOB ALBKRT'd BHIIIINa TOPS and NO-TOP
11 OQ IB 8, OAHRIAQM8,. SXPRKStl, SKKLKTON,
DKMOOKAT and GROCERY WAGONS, &WAI.L OMNI
BD8KS and HACKS. Twenty vearaaleadv m ami fa.
turing haa given cur work a wiileaperad reputation
tnrouun tne noutn and west. ...
We therefore deem it unnecessary to say any thins more
regard to the quality of our work. We tvxnaaMT
avDtv VaincLf. We can aell ooiid Torflijoaivs frm
mm t $m.
Dealers run be furnished with any amount ef work at
short notice, and at prices lower than can tie bought nny
wurn? in inc ricai. DraHiq imnu uuggics uaen tn ex
Clinnpe for new work.
IQ'Rcpairing done neatly and at short notice. I'm
tory on Front, between btate aud Town streets, Colusa,
II 1 'All enmniuulcntions will receive prompt attention.
Aug. 31 wly . K. M. WILLIAMS CO
Oold Embossed Tarlatans, the latest novelty. Plain
White and Colored Tarlatans: White Paris Muslin Gren
adine Evening Robes; riain party Silks.
rr. rriri nsis.
No. S gnntlt High etreel.
niACK STIIAW nONNETM AKIEI,.
11 rgant Ribbons, ln great variety at 1 BAIN'S,
No. , High street.
A I.EXANOKH KID OI.OVEM.
IX. Ail sisea and eoon just opened at 1 BAINS,
No. 19 South nth street.
T) A I. WOU All NKIRTS.
1) Wide Long and Handsome.
The best style Import'
ed. a new lot lust received hy
rsisa BAici) 1 1
90 South High atrret.
dec.11. . No.
THE VICTOR AT EVERY FAIR
WBEKK EXHIBITED ! !
t r,, CI a
r ? "iip.rs"iE!iT' aug- 3' 85s-
CAADim&irjinED states mau
TO AND f HOiTI
LONDONDERRY, ! GLASGOW,
T 1 ac.i. I . y-v 1
juiverpooi, jyionireai, y ueDec-, )
Tha Montreal Ocean Steamship Company's first clasa
full-powered Clyde-built steamers aall every Mate
uruur irom runri.&nii, carrying tne uanaman and
cntteu elates Mail anu pasaengera,
NOVA SCGTIAN Capt. UcMaaten,
110IIKMIAN .Capt. Grange,
NOKTII BItlTON Capt. Borland,
CANADIAN Capt. Oraliam.
NORTH AMKRIOAN.. Capt. Alton,
ANGLO-SAXON Capt. Balautine,
Miortt-vt, Cheapest and t ulckcat Tona
AMEBIC TO ALL PABT8 OF ED HOPE.
Will sail from I.IVKHPOOL ever v Wednesdav.
and from yUEHKO every uturday calling at
LONDON DUBBY, to receive on lioar.i and Uid Malls and
i Ek . r m a
Passengers, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
Glasgow passengers are furnished with ntu p
iicaeis 10 anu irom ijonaonuarry.
Hot urn tickets granted at reduced rates.
An experienced Surgeon attached to each aleamar.
Certificates issued for carrying to and bringing out pas-
eogera irom aii me principal towna 01 u rest Britain and
Ireland, at reduced rates, by this line of iteamera, and
oyuie nsMlinutoj Ll.lK III HAILING VAOKBTS,
raviug uiTcrpvui vvvry arts,
For passage, apply at liis Offioe ea RHOADs
V AV, New Vork, and 10 U aTI.II n r.,
8ABEL & SUABLE, General agents,
or to- J. r. ARMSTRONG,
nolo lydJtw Butesman Office, Columbus, Ohio-
Wholesale and Retail Depot for
Wc. 106 South High treet.
FINE & STAPLE GROCERIES,
IN ALL THEIR VARIETIES.
Daily Arrival of Goods
the Fall and Winter Tiade
JTT'ltUTIIltnillVJG SINCERE THANKS
TO Till; mill. 1 for past favors and ratron-
H(.e, and relng UKl I'llIVIINED to ITIEIIIT
a contitiuatice of same by strict attention te
trndo, and prompt delivery of UoodSa
would rail the notice of the publio to the fact that
bavli.g iLhi( and well Selected Stock on
hand, and Wing in daily receipt of goods from the differ
ent markets, 1 flatter myseir (hit I can offer to the 1 It! -zens
of Columbus, or to any who may dertre to purchase.
an assortment of articles appertaining to theQROCERY
trade, I'N F.QIJALE D by any bouse In the city.
The price and quality of the good! offered, iKiiara
antee to trlve aatiafucllou.
Goods Delivered Freo of Charge.
nov27. WM. McDONALP.
TO THE PUBLIC !
In view rf malting a
change In our concern, we Willi
ENTIRE STOCK OF GOODS
IOR FIFTEES DATS, COMMEXCINd WITH
Monday, the 14th day of January,
O O & T !
This Stock of Ooods is now admitted to bo the most
desirable in the Centre of the Btate, and effets a rare op-
portunlly to Home Keepers and others for purchasing
The who'e Stock will b3 soM without reserve, except
log YANITEB NOTIONS,
AND ALEXANDER'S EID GLOVES.
TERMS, CASH ONLY.
Columbus. January 13, IPC1. ' P. BAIN.
JOHN H. STEKLEY
will attend to tho
POSTIKG AND DISTRIBUTING
BILLS IN THIS CITY.
All orders left at the Office of the Utatetman will be
promptly attended to. Janll-tf
RE.TlOVKft AND- PREVENTS 1 IV.
Sammatlon and pain, and heals the worst burn,
scald, bruise, cut, cr fresh woend of amy kind, t.revents
swelling and pain from bee stings, mosquito bites, and
poisonous plants, nenratvla, rheumatism, sgne In tne
breast, salt rbeum, etc. When taken Internally, it will
positively cure croup in children, and glvea Immediate
relief in the wont rase ef this terrible complaint; also,
removes hoarseness and sore throat. Price, its cents s
bottle. Should be In every house. For sale by Drug
gists and Storekeepers. IRVIN bTONlt, .
Sole Proprietor, No. 1 Spruce St., New York
ootsdfcwlyis . '
1AA HF. CH 6RF.EH and BLACK
1UUTKAS 100 bag! prime Rio Oonee. ,
IHn pockets old Dutch Government Java Coffee, j
7 5 baps Ceylon Coffee. . ... I
eOfiboisi standard White lurars, consisting of Pow-
- dred, Chruahed, Granulated A and B Coffee. '
50 quintal! George Dank Codflsb.
80 bbls. Mesa and No. 1 Mackerel.
' A tea. Pick Salmon. . .
IOO bx. Layer Kaisins.' ' ; .
fiOnf. box do do '
IliOqr. box do de - '
100 M Cigars, different brands and grades. '
novifl, i,: i wm. Mcdonald.
For the INSTANT RILIIJ
and PERMANENT CCRG of th
distressing complaint ase
Made by 0. B. SKYMODR 00 , 1U7 Naaaan St., N. T.
. . . Price 1 1 per box; sent free by post.
FOR 6 ALB AT ALL tRTJGQHT8. :
uat'A-daiwlyii , .
TAFT HAM KEIIIOVED Hie)
stock of DRY GOODS from No. I'il South Iliah
street, to bta old stand. No. 4S North High street, in
Thompson's Building, where he will be pleased to sea all
old customers, and al I new ones that may come, where
will sell them chean goods, i - . ,
A large lot of CARPETS on hand, which will be sold
cost, for eash, to close lbs stock. - ...
i--- B. n. TAFT. ,
janlf dim CernerTIIgh and Gay sti., Ooluasbua, 0.
TEMPLE CF HOITOB AND TEMPKHANCE, .
ON moiAYAHI TFJES DVI EVEN
INS.S, at 7. o'olockt Temperance addresses will be
daliveied by J. Oeddes 8sq. ol Cincinnati, at the Con
gregational ehuroh. Ob TuesJayeteoiug, members of the
the Templeof Honor, will attend la lull regalia, and the
nature and ohjecta, of. their order will la) pmented,
leaviog meir naiiat o ciock nrctseiy. , r i
Jan. 10. dat. , . , i, , . ,, .. ..
High; iSreet Store
rOH SALE. -; X
THE THKKK NTOIIY FIRE PBOOF
STORY HOUSE, No IGS, occupied ly Akin Em
oiy.Stova Dealers, completely Sited with Q.s, Fumlce
andlloistlng Jack, The lot is 100 by SO. and Is offered
oa reasonable terms, Apply t 1
ii, WM. . BP.OWJI. '
jan7ilfcl No. 3.1, North Ihli.l etreet.
ALAIIIiE DODY OF LAND LYING
on the National Road, West of Columbus, within
from two to Sve miles from Ihe city. The property will
be sold tn Me aeeoO purchasers, aed em favorable terms.
v Apply te: a ti j JonN W. ANDREWS. 1
allH4'i , - - - t Amnt for John e. HclloanvF.
i Oolumbas, January 10. .1 : t e ..no
r'f -t U W.'j-ti .:
Strengtbtng 'Cordial aid Blood
Tbeuroauet Bsme-tyia The Wa,l(,
EVER TAKEN. Vifi Qi
. 1 1( 1 U llT A sT J
ly a acton tide and
procured by tha distil,
tattoo of Boots. Herbs
and Barks, Yellow
Dock, Blood Boot,
Sarsaparilla, tf I a
Oherry Bark and Dsn-.
deilon enters Into Its"
Wore Takin&rr:;t!v.- JSi After Taking.
principle of each Ingredient la thoroughly extracted by
fu "'T me,hod of dlatllling. producing a dellcloua, ea-
''lngsplrli,and the most INIALLIBLB lemedy loi
1 xrfiffl rkwa f J risx I wim rllauuil I
renovaung Ihe d seaaed svstem. anrt r.. ... ...
BTBENGTH4 ,NVAl-I HaJALTII and
Will effectually on re
COMPLAINT. DYSPEPSIA. JAONDlUls
Chronic or Nervous Dehllltv. tilmw 1 1 ,k. em.....
end all diseases artalne from a diannlaraJ i.i ni...
sch, Dyepepsia, Heartburn, Inward Plies. Audit v or Hicji-
nees of the Stomach. Fullness of Blood u th. nm i.mi
pain or swimming ln the bead, Palp.Ution of the Heart,
Fullness or Weight In the Stomach, Sour Eructations
Choking or luffocatlnjr feeling when lying down, Dryness
'"''o'oeesof the Skin end Syee, Night Bweaufln
a i j " ue aman or tne cacx, chest or aide.
Sudden Flushes of Heat, Depression of Spirits, Frightful
vreama. Lan im n . T.,u,n,i.n... 1
Ohm.dFrr.r ,h,BWB'01 """ Afwisi
Over a iriilllem of atottlea
Have been sold during the last six months and la no in
stance has It failed In giving entire satisfacikn Who,
then, will suffer from Weakness or Dsbllltv when Mr
LEAN'S STRENGTHENING CORDIAL will JuTe ,ou7
No lamruaae can convev an aiiMiima 1.1.. r k. 1
diate and almost miraculous change produced by tan 11,1
this Cordial In the diseased, debilitated and shattered
nervous svstem, whether broken down hv uow. air
nature, or impaired by sickness, the relaxed and unatrurg
organlaation la restored to its pristine health aod vigor.
Or others conscious of inability, from whatever cause.
Will find McLean s Strenathenina Cordial a. tlinrnush
regenerator of the lyauin; and all who may have injured
themselves bv lmurnner lniluliri.nr... iii rtn.i n.n..
dial a certain and speedy remedy.
l o tlie Ladle.
McLean's Strengthening CordiaJ
Is a sovereign and speedy cure for
INC IPIE.T CONSUMPTION, WIlITr.SI
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, incontinence of
trine or Involuntary Discharge thereof, Falling of the
V.omb, Giddiness, Fainting abdall Diseases incident to
Thar Is no Mistake. About it.
Suffer no looser. Take It according tn IHril..n.
will stimulate, streugtlien and invigorate you and t'auai
uioiiu ui neauu to mount your cheek again.
ovary uoiue ia waTrautcd 10 give aatistar.Uon
f oil CJllltiDKEM.
If vour children are alrktv. nunv.nr affli,..i ar-.i ........
Cordial will make them healthy, tut and mhuat. belay
n 1 a moment, try it, and you will be convinced
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
OanTios. Beware of Drnnlataor Daalan
try to palm upon you some liittor or Sarsaparilla treat,
which they oan buy cheap, by aayinr it la Just aa good .
Avoid such men. Ask lor McLean's Stmnirthanir.s nr...
dial, and tako nothing elw It Is the only remedy ihi
will purify the blood thoroughly aad at the same tiaj
strengthen the system,
One tablcspoonfui taken every morning fasting, it a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chills and Fever, fellow
Fever, or any nrevalcnt diseaaca. Tn. nui ,,n i i..
bottles ' r
Price only l pet bottle, or 0 bottles for J.
J H. all LEAN,
Solo Proprietor of this Cordial,
AISO McLean's Vnlranlr CHI T.lnln,n.
Prlrctpal Deiwt on the ecmerof Thtni ana Pin. .ih.
St. Louie. Mn.
McLean's Volciiuie Oil Linimout.
Tne best Liniment In the World. Th nr,w
certain cure for Oanccn, Piles, gwclllnce and Bros
chitls, or Goitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weakness of th;
Muscles, Cnronle or Inflammatory Rheumatism, Stiff
ness of the Jolnta, contracted Muscles or Ligament
Earache or Toothache, Bruises, Sprains, Wounds, Freeh
Outa, Ulceri, Fever Sores, Oaked Breasts Sore Nipples,
Burns, Scalds, Sore Thoat, or any Inflammation or Pain,
no difference how severe, or ho long the disease may
have existed. McLean's Celebrated Liniment ia s cer
Thousands of human beings have been saved a life of
decrepitude ar.d misery by the aae of this invaluable aM
cine. McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
Will relieve pain almost Instantaneoualy, and it wll
cleanse, purify and heal the foulest eoroa in an Incrcdi
ly short time.
For Horses and Oilier Anlmtale.
McLeans celebrated Liniment is U.e only safe and re
liable remedy for the cure of Spavin, Ring Bone, Wind
galls, Splints, Unnatural Bumps, Nodes or Swellings. It
will never fall to rare Big Head, PoU Evil, Fistula, Old
running Soree or Sweeny, If properly applied For
Sprains, Bruises, Scratches, Komi or Wounds, Cracked
Ueela, Obafoi, Saddle orOollar Galls It Is as Infallible
remedy. Apply It as directed, and cure is certain in
Then trine no longer with the many worthleaa Llm
ments offered to you. Obtain a aupply of Di. McLeao a
celebrated Liniment. It will cure you.
J. If . ItlcLEAN t Sole Proprietor,
Corner of Third and Pine Streets, 3t. Louis, M-.
For sale by all druggists.
For sale by BOBERTB A 8 AMUEi.,
Aug-ai-dfcwly Coiumbna. Ohi;
An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, presents
to the attention of mothers, her
SOOTHING S YR'UP,
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING, ,
which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by sort
ening the gums, reducing all Inflammation wll I allay
ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and ia
8FJKE TOKEUTJL ATE THE BOWELS
Depend open it, mothers, It will give rest to yourselves
and 1 . . w . i
BELIEF ADD HEALTH TO TOUR IK FAN i 8
We have put up and aold this article for over ten years,
and CAN BAY, IN CONFIDENCE AND TRUTH, of It!
what we have never beee able to say ot any other medl
cine NEVER HAS IT FAILED. IN A BINGLE 1N.-T
ANCE, TO EFFECT A CCKK, when timely used. Nev
er did we know an instance of dissatisfaction by any on
who used IU On the contrary, all are delighted with Its
operations, and speak In tann a of eommandatioa ef Its
magical effects and medical virtues. We apeak In this
matter "WHAT WE DO KNOW;" after ten years' expe
rience, AND PLEDrJB OCR REPUTATION FORTHE
FULILLMENT OF WHAT WE HERE DBOLARaU In
almost every Instance where the Infant is suffering from
pain and exhaustion, relief will be found in filteen or
twenty minutes after theSyrup is administered.
This valuable preparation la the prescription of one of
the most EXPERIENCED and SKILLFUL NURSES in
Mew England, and has been used wilh NEYEK FAIL
ING SUCCESS In -
TllOSJNANDS F CASES.
It notonly relieves the child from pain, unl Invigor
ates the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and givee
tone and energy to the whole system. It will almost In
0HiP:HQ UC THI B0WK.8, AID WIN J COLIC
and overcome convulsions, which. If not speedily reme
died, end In death. We believe it the BEST and BUR.
E8T REMEDY IN THE WORLD. In all case ot YS
KNTERY and DIARRHOEA IN OUILDREM, whether
It arises from teething, or from say other cause. We
would say to every mother who bas a child suffering from
any of the foregoing complaints DO NOT LET YOUR
PREJUDICES NOK THE PREJUDICES Of OTtlEKa
Stand between you and your suffering child, and tha ra
lief that will be SUHE-jes. ABSOLUTELY BOnK to
follow the use of this medicine, If timely used. Full di
rections for using will accompany each botllo. None
genuine unless the fac simile of CURTIS A PERKINS
New York, Is nn the outside wrapper. '
eold by alt Druggists throughout the world. H
Pi I t lBalOf'lc, 13 Cottar Ntrec.N.Y.
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
ootS7Hletwly. . . ,7-7
1 WM. KNABE & CO.,
V HVVM,AV. ISO BALTIMORE ST.,
.,' 1 y aas " .-
rJAA 1 4 t.kJVS r'rm.i or oa.
Offer for sale their celebrated ' '
GOLDEN MEDAL, '
Being highly recommended by tlie list Proaaeors sod
Musical Amateurs of tbe country, and
EVERY . .
1 v. , , , ... WARRANTED FOR
The meet fastidious customer may rely npon Nino
pleased In every reaped. ' .
Termi liberal. , v WM. KNAM CO.
sauiiia nEBBiavia, Agrata,
OctSBtlydw, ... , . j ,,Colajbn,Ohl .
. Mi C, LILLEY
kni Blank-Book Ks-Eufanta?,
sTORTB SIOB TBXXT, COLUKEUt, OHIO,
aarti-di !, .- .. 'i ;. - t' i-.f.
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