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,r tlftJ,ji-rJ . j.l : if Cum i l," . 'I i 1-1 :;;r;.-:- , ' if J J .: Hf . ATZ III .llfl . k . n PI I L 1 J 1 - -XViCV : 1 1 vCTf v II r iTTT ?ol: vii. no. 196: new series. COLUMBUS. OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 23. 1861. BIZ DOLLARS PEE THE, InrarUbly in Adra&o. . D A 1XY. Ri-WEESLY AND WEEKLY MANYPENNY & MILLER, rOBUtH R8 AND PBOPBIETOEB. W vffie Km. 80, 88 and 40, Korth High St. TAUiSlS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE . tiatiy - - - 80 00 per year. By (be Curler, per week, 1334 ontta. rrl-Wa;Mv - . 8 00 per year. Weekly 1 00 rn i .dvertidnK ay tne Square u.Unrl fea..aO 00 On square 8 week. . 4 00 JllC limor.ths 1H 00 On ' 9 week.. 3 00 On . " 1 wk... 1 75 JD6 )ue Jit I', moo 15 00 , 'J aumths 10 UO J month! H 00 Ou 3daya ... 1 00 n.. ' 2dvi ... 75 Jne 1 mautlf. 5 00 Ona " 1 loacrtton SO P!)!ayct ailvartlaomente half more than the abora Adveitiscmenta leaded and placed In tha column of i-o-ukI HMct;"(U,bleth ordinary rates. All uotlcea reqiflrea to be published by law, legal rate. 1 iiriTCil 00 inc iBNOOCttiumTciji niKi hi. li 'enl. mm thto the ahova rates; bat all won wtl spuwiTtn theTrl-Weeklyirltnoutcharne. Dailneaa Cards, notexceedini &Tlinei, per rear, ls ile. 'i 50 tier line; outside $2. Notice a nf meetings, charitabln ocietlea, fire companies, at?., nan iiri-. . All tratttlMt advtrtittmentt mutt M paid or tn ... i mi lu, wm r ! i. .1 f rim J miwn ;3iiiibiiiiiiiu,"'"'"" M'eekly. saoe prioe aa the Dally, where the aolTertleet a re both usL-d", then tho chargt tw tha Weekijr will be a n uic rates oi mo iujr No idTcrtlnement taken enwpt for a definite period BUSINESS CARDS. EAGLE BRAS9 WORKS, Corner Spring 4c Water 8t. Oolum'bus, OHio, W. B. POTTS & CO., MACHINISTS, And Manufartorers of Brass and Composition Castings, lnljh-.d Unas Work of all Desci Iptions. Electro Platins and Gilding!! STENCIL CUTTINC, &C. febl UO-dly Dr. J. B. Bcauman, A RESIDENT DENTIST l i.i, tiionk iii:qiiihintiiksf.h l vices of a Dentinal, and farorlntrDr. B. with thlr patronaa saay rely on hartng satisfaotion glyen. T&e fee fee will be renuired on Uiu coinplelion of an operation. OUoa Four Doors Nnrlli of the American Hotel, over - Kadi'iU's Pat Store. OotaaitouJan 7-nl F. A. B. 8IMKIKS, Attorney evt Law . AND NOTARY PUBLIC. OiBce Amb-I Hal'.JInpt, opponlte Capitol Square. OOIUMDUB, OHIO, UOLUMBUS Machine alanufactiiriHg Company : i. . mtioraOTCWSi or -i-, . STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS, CMttoji, giU-ewrtng, Kachinery. . ALIO, ... rt.ilroaci Worst 0 rT OEMKIFTIOH. 0HA8. AS1B03, Ba'l P. AM30STreis. decll, 180P-tf MILLINERY GOODS. $20,0OOWORTH ' . OF .. . Millinery and Fancy For Sale. Goods RH. WAKK IVCCLD KESPECT. misinform the Cltlieni of Oolumbus and Vi cinity that his Block of FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY IB HOW COMPLETE, And belnff parUcntarly deali-onsj of - - rednclns; hla neck Immedl- atelrt will Sell - FROM THIS DATE, AT CREATLX. REDUCED PRICES. ' . XsClCllGS. YOU CAN GET Bargains! Bargains! Bargains! . ' TSy Calling . AND EXAMINING H1S STOCK!! HE SELLS EVERY VARIETY OF MILLINERY & FANCY GOODS TOGETHER WITH A Large Stock of Notions, rCPrlces) astt and shall be factor- atia- CALL AT H., Ware's. BONNET ' ROOMS, - IIO. 68 EAST TOWN JTHEET) OOXXJ3VlI3TJa, OHIO. octsiasm i t. M. M. POWERS & BRO DIALIPJ IN JairORTCO NI DOMI8TIO CICAHHt J Aii. i TOBACCO. AND, FAU0T ABTI0LIB Ko. 11 East "tat Btrett.WtwMB IJighasd the Post-Offlca, Oolumbus, Ohio. o-ti:J0m rliDEN MILL, SHIKTB, ' UT , OOLDKN HILL BIIIHCS. UOLDKN BILL B1I1RT8. Tha pattern of thaa shirts ar nw. Tha Bodies, Toksa, aloavaa ant bosoaia are fonnei to lit tha Mrton with Mt aod comfort. Tb nark upon ach ona dcilgnatlng tha Slav may do reiira on aa mid g corrcol, ou (aen anm is loaranleed wall anado. , A fall stock of all qualities ooruUnUj folialo at j, , , , , BAIN'0, I nov44. No.W Booth nigh street. T 17AF10T DRKSI NlliKs,' i. W A X? . IAN0X DKBHB BllJtS, ' I ijr ).. . , FANCY DHK88 BILKS, . , Ws ar now offerlog onr Immense stock of Fancy Press Rllka at orlsn leia than Ter before offered In thla oltv. The attentloa of tha ladles of this city and vicinity la SjllotlaeV aa onr stock ia very eoleot and eomftlrt la all gradewof goodsla this tin. ra.ii.tt . - noTt. No. M Booth High street. ' ! Mfer rnedloal PnrpoM.-- TJTJB1 anummm. WINBB, OORDIUS, AND BIT A Taaa, froi Bonded. Warehonte " i ' i WM. HoDOnai'D,1' -' a 108 Boulh High street. bot27 UrAtTEHB tc THREAD VACT. MITTS 1H f alewart 4aUtle far Ladies) also, Uiaaea' Mitts crrr rr. i ' la great variety at; uiu -baict B. "J" ttdinrrurt fi t ,! elllwi, ANNUAL PROSPECTUS or ONE DOLLAR mm u nn- PREMIUMS FOR CLUBS ! ! THJE WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN IS PRINTED ON -A. J. 3VC HJL O T XX I3C 3S3 2i3 " ; . " ' AT THE LOW RATE OF; . . ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR! PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. It ie an old And reliable Democratic Journal, and, as a political paper, 1ms io Superior in Ohio or any other State! n addition to its political oharaoter, it ia a first class ucwpaper, furuiulung iu readers with the GENERAL NEWS OF THE DAY, An epitome of the stirring erents constantly occurring at home and abroad, and choice mincel laneous selections. It also gives the latest and most reliable MARKET NEWS From all the principal marts of Trade and Commerce The Business Slan, the Mechanic, (he Farmer and the Laborer Will each find their tastes and interests consulted and attended to in the columns of During the session of Congress and the Ohio Legislature, the readers of the Weekly States man will be furnished with a concise report of the doings of each of those bodies. During the past year, the circulation of the Weekly Statesman has increased very rapidly, beinp now more than double what it was twelve months ago. It is our desire to extend its cir culation, not only in Ohio, Brit in all the States and Territories West of Us! In proportion as it is diffused among the people, its usefulness will be increased; and we invite our political and personal friends to aid us in giving to the Weekly Statesman . The Largest Possible Circulation Among the people. The price of the paper is so low that no Democrat need be without it. As an inducement to friends to aid us in increasing the circulation of tho Weekly Statfsmav, wc will give . A PREMIUM OF THIRTY DOLLARS To the person who will, by the 1st day of January, 18G1, ' send us the largest Club of yearly subscribers, with the cash for the same; TWENTY DOLLARS to the person who sends us the second largest Club of subscribers as aforesaid; TEN DOLLARS to the person who sends us the third largest Club of subscribers as aforesaid; and to each person who sends us a Club of ten yearly subscribers, with tho cash for the same, wo will send a copy of the Weekly Statesman One Year without Charge! BT Those who are willing to ccmpeto for the Premiums, or Eolicit subocribcrs for the States man, can cut this Prospectus out of the paper and attach to it a strip of writing paper, on which to record the names of all persons who may become subscribers. MANYPENNY & MILLER, fTDLIBHKBS OUIO STATESMAN. TIIR PER ANNUM! NAMES. STONE'SBAZAAR. jJSio. 4 Gwynno Block. A; P. STONE & O'HARRA AKENOWHECEIVINOTHEIRWIIV. 1K11 GOODS, and Urite the public to lDSpcct them. Mo such stock of Qoods has ever been brought to this market. The Booth, In consequence of tha failure of the grain crop, has not been able to purchase the us nalquantltr of rich goods, and this fact has forced the Importers to sell them at publlo auction. Our buyer (Mr. Stone) being tn Mew York at theaa large sales, took adrantags of them, and we can and will sell oar goods hare, at leta than aoy one who purchased two weeks slnre, paid for them In New Tort. Our stock li complete tn ererj department of ELEGANT DRESS SILKS, OTTOMAN VELOURS, BROCHE VALENCIA8, PRINTED MEBINOS, PRINTED COBURGS, DYED COBUGS; BLACK ALPACAS. , ORLEANS, FANCY WOVEN FABRICS, ALL WOOL DELAINES, POPLINS, PRINTS, , v I..- ... DELAINES. SHAWLS AND CLOAKS! Tlve Thausand Dollars Worth Bought in Ono Day, At one ball the Cost l Importation' LADIES'1 FURS, ! In all Varieties;, et the Celebrated Slannfatnr af C. G. Gun. there cV Son. HOSIERY dTpARTMENTsV' Hen's, Ladles aad Children's Uniler Shirts and Drawers; Ladles, Misses and Ohlldren'a Hosiery of all kinds. In Wool and Lamb's Woo; Fleecy Lined and Cotton d lores of every make. . f. .s .,-. . -"- i i A camplete assortment of all the usnul rarie- (ieaof LADIES' CLOTHS, - CASSIMERF.3, OVERCOATINGS, ' ., TWEEDS, FLANNELS, , RIBB0N3, ) , '. - - T , UkEs3 TRIMMINGS, ladies and Gent's Linen Cambric Hand i kerchiefs, Ac, &c. i i , . - ' ' To persona who call on na, wa ploJgs our wonls to how them the largest, best aod cheapest stock of Ooods erer aeon In thia market, or pay tbeta ona dollar per KMIf Whit lubl ' decl-dlyDtawltw. 8T0NE a O'HaBRA. GENUINE FAMILY LIQUORS. WM. B. MOREHOUSE & CO, ' Importers an4 Wholcsal Dealor, in-; Brandiei, Winei, Gini and Began, bai r leave to ll the attention Of the sltlieas o" the TJnl ted States to their Pure Wines add Liquors, put U der their own supervision, for Family andlledloa no nn , for family and aledlcal me, in cases escorted to suit customers. Clubs, Military and other public bodies, who require to purchase Id large or small quantities, ia casks or bottles, will bs liberally dealt with, trie LUtsent On application. ; OLD MOREHOUSE BITTERS. Recommended by the flntphysloUns as the best reme dy known for Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Debility, and all Nervous Dlscssei. As a beverage, It Is pure, whole tome, and delicious to the taste. Bold by all DruggistSi .." .'J WM.B. MORKnonBBkC8.,Frop'rs, ; ,'. j "i v w i , - -j 3 B xehangm Place, i. t . "rt. ... uJw.. i-. . s . jersey City, R. J. ; : t. B-Tha sabaerlbers wish to engage a few active men, as Local and Traveling agents for their hooae, to whom liberal inducements will be offered. For partie nlara, address aa abovo. .. .i- n .. r. oct30-d3a TANCT LINEN AND SILK FANS IN JL' newstilesi ,.Bjfctoa Botnd, JTUteoslon and Ia diss Fans at , . on iwwiB uiga niwei I . i . .11 if f, NAMES. Fire Inaurancsi LIVERPOOL AND LONDON Fire & Life Insurance Co. 37 Casl'e street. Liverpool. SOandSI roultrv. London Olfico, 50 Wall and 01 Pino streets, Ntw York. TS0MA3 M00DIE, Agent, Columbus, Ohio. Paid np Capltnl. Wnrplaa and Hcaert-ed funds 8G,fifiQv'S.'i InweatPd InthlaCoitntrr over.. 800, M O Kearly Hevenue, over 2,601iOCO lL'The Bhareholdcrs personally responsible for en gagements of the Corcpiny. all Directors must be chare holders. Directors and Shareholders In New York : James Brown, Xsq., Chairman. Francis Cotlenet, ., Deputy Chairman. B. M. Archibald, H. B. H. Consul Eugene Dntllh, K-. Joseph Gsillard, Jr.,E.q. II. Urlnnrll, Enq. Alexander HralltoD. Jr., Esq. K. F Bandcraon, K?q ALU. Uamiltok, Jr., Esq., Counsel of the Bord. AtrRKD Pitt, Esq , Resident BecrcUry. ! Local Board in Cincinnati: (f. W. Thomas. Esq. J. D. Jones. Erq. RulusKlng.Ejq. Thompson Meave, Jfiq. Bob't Duchaoan, K,q. Tho undersigned, Agent In this city,' will be happy to receive applications for Insurance In the above Company, AT THB CITY BANK. Ue can recommend It with entire confidence to all ile.lr- oua of obtaintog protection against LOSS BY HHK. No Chnrge for Policies. aovlcMf TII08. MOODIE. HOLIDAYS. FANCIES. Sh arti:let as you dtUrt for yonr nUSfJAS!) Such as you netd for your WIFE. Buch aa are proper for your DAUGHTER. Such as your SISTBB mpratst you for. 8uch as your BROTHER can vat. Such aa yon teanf for " TIH ONK YOC LOVE BEST.' Such as will be good for tho " BLESSED BAB? " Bttoh at all icrt for, , May be found fh variety, in my new stock of WATCHES, CHAINS, JEWELRY, PLATED GOODS, Aid general assortment of fancy and TTiefnl Articles. WM. BLYNN, Deccmb.r. W.1'1- 10 m' FASIIEaY FEOUK. yHITE WHEAT, BRANDED SNO NV FLAKE," From "Burnett Mills,' Springfield, 0. the best brand of i tour Drougnt to our market. Uatitfictlon guaranteed. For sale only at WM. McDOMALD'S, "or?? 108 South High street. ; HoJidav Presents. CAE I CON, Ilel.AINEN. im.ItINO., CHIMTKE8, IHEN!4 SII.KM, and all kinds of fashionable . . , Winter Uresis G-oods. wo are now offering at very low prices. PBTER BAIN, aecBl. No. S98ouh High street. Save Tour Money. I AW NOW RECEIVING SCHSCHIP tlont for all the Magazines and Literary papera In the country and out of It; among t ht former, the Corn hill, Temple Bar, the Atlantic, Harper, Oodey Peterson, Knickerbocker, Eclectic, Blackwood, the British Quarter lies, See, to. Bubscrlhers can get them KABLIEft, OHIAPER and free of Postaee, hy sending their Sub scriptions through D.e. RICHARD KKNNKDY, ' 17 Slate street. I Watches and Jewelry. A FINE ASSORTHIENT OF WATCH es. Clocks. Jewelrv. Rllvermm. An.. kepf'unstiiiit 7 on nana at ' R. KIRRPlTKlttfiil No. ICS, South High Street, Oolumbus, 0. iLr Watches and Jewelry repaired . dect dam. ,-.,(.- ,'.; ' GCTt-sKftlKfea, NECK I EM, . . ' GKNTI.KllKN'S NKCK TIR8, GBNTLRMKN'S NKHK TTPO Tho aost dcsirabl assortment In the clly and atunusal- y iuw Li,Ki:s. . .r., fKTKRBAIN, Wo. 88 South High street. EIjEUANT PLAIN BLACK RII.KN FOR Street Basques and Mantles; also, Rich Trimmla and Taaseli to match, at x. , UAIM A JfPLKNl APPLEH1 - 100 bbls. Choice APPlea received on oonslgnment fot sals by ' McKKB RESTIKA0X. ; i ... - i ; - - 34 N. High street. '. ' TKBBB. Daily, pur ear. Tri Wt-ekly, per .ar. Weekly, per yea ... .lj no . 3 utl [From the Western (St. Louis) Banner.] Union and Disunion. Wo are attached to no polifical pat ty, but we roul'ee.s to a deep anxiety iur the safety of the Union. Wbeo, alter a brief term of eight yeara, the Cneut government that tho human mind ever devifted or human hands ever framed, is threatened with immolation at the shrine of fanaticism aud folly, we may well be pardoned for stepping asido from our usual course and raising our voicn ugniDHt such a stupendous sacrifice. We are not of tho number wbo lock upon dia union as a sovereign remedy for the grievances which now agitate the country. The records of the past speak to us in unmistakable language of the dangers of division, uni tho condition of nations upon our very border,' renders more omnipus the gloomy wnmiugsol these impartial monitors. The hixtory of a nation's Jail is but the history ol brr intestine quarrels and disin tegration. Since the destruction of the Komau Empire tho anuala of the world furnish us with ample testimony to the trulli of thia maxim. In the present dhtraotad blato of Germany;, ia the partition of Poland; iu tho condition of Italy; iu tho aggrandizement of Ut'ssia and Englund; in the vaisa!age of Ireland and Nor way, and in tho anarchy of Mexico and the Southern Rt'publicA, wo behold the woik of dia union. Fur seven hundred years the liiujttinus Ger man CiOHors governed a powerful aud happy empire During that long period, foreign en emies feared aud respected that greatest and ablest of nationB. Freed from ihe terror of ex ternal foes, and undisturbed by civil strife, tho German people occupied themselves in pio moting commerce and cultivating the arts and sciences. Mankind owes to them au eternal debt of gratitude lor those glorious municipal institution which wcro the pride oi Germany, and models for all oubacijucut liberal govern ments. Iu too sixteenth century, a poll tlco religious revolution inaugurated disun ion, and licm that pnod Germany has been almost continually tho theatro of civil war. The mnnicipil institutions were the first to lull. loo bmpire was divided into petty stutts, with a nomiual connection, and finally even its name was abuliebed by the order or a torcign mon arch. Sinco the Invasion of Alaiic the state of Ita ly b?is been a scandal to Europe Divided into a number of petty 4ndcpendeot governments, it resembled that abode of torments, where "each man devours tho arm of bis brother, Manasses ot hphraitu, aud Euhrftim of Mauassea "Divide aud destroy" has been the maxim of r.Dgiand since tho di3 ot tue Conqueror. She has observed it rigidly. At this time tho Queen ot ureal Hrttain rcigno over two hundred mil lions of subjects, the people of Ireland are seat tored over every portion of the globe, and an English magistrate utucs drg'eca from the palace of AuiuDczi.be. Previous to tbe venr 1810. Mexiie. and all the country South, except Brazil, submitted to tne supremacy ot the Sspumeh crown. Ia 1621 they were independent governments, acknowl edged by England and the u'.her great powers. It la a eiguiflcsnt fact that tlaveiy was soon af:cr abolinhed iu all these countries. The piovincenof New Spain, excent Pararuav and Chili, soon formed themselves Into three dis tinct federal governments the Mexican, the Columbian and tbe Argeutino republics- The Mexican Republic waa no! long in existence wncu uuatemaiaana in icaragua seceded, civil war ensued, and baa not yet ceased." Nicara gua was blesred with the rule of Walker, end li.orr little better than an appendage of Great Britain; whilst, with regard to Mexico, the London Timrt has declared thafihe time has come when tbe cause of humanity requires the use of forcible foreign intervention for the amelioration (7) of her condition." Columbia Boon resolved herself Into "nor con stituent elemente Venezuela, Equador and New Granada. The first, with a splendid Boil and oiimate, is Utile better than a waste; the second la not much in advance both arc dis tracted by revolutions. In New Granada some 8ig"ns of energy aro exhibited, but yet eo bid is tbe condition, that, last year the A'ttoruev Gen eral recommended anexation t the United States as "the only effectual remedy for the evils which slllicted the country." The Argen tine Republic could not help being in the fash ion; Buenos Ayres was cncroacbim; on Monte Video, and vice vena. First camo disunion, then civil war, and a succeaion ot dictators. Now Urguisi Is supreme, but he, in his turn, ie the slave of the all-powerful Saxon, And so it has ever been; disunion', civil war, dictators, aud foreign domination, the one so necessarily a result ot the other thtt the order and number are never brokcu. Should it, unfortunately, be the the lot of any future bistoiian to.writo "au account of the fall ot the great American Republic, and of the causes which led to that deplorable event," he win ne compelled to give an unpleasant promi nence to New England and South Carolina in his work. From tbe earliest times ot tho Re public the fanatios of Massachusetts have been engaged in their aggressive meaiurea. On the 23d March, 1798, we And Mr. Thatcher of that State, moving that the Misiisippi territory be closed to slave labor, although its geographical position rendered slavery inevitable as things then stood. Such a rcution could only have been made for tho purpose of irritation. The opposition to tho admission of Missouri, in 182U was almost entirely the work of the New Eng land States. They could not admit Missouri with a clause in her constitution prohibiting- the immigration of free negroes, because they thought it teas unconeiitutionilto deny the right of residence or citizenihip in one State to individ uals whotecre cititens of another thereby claim log the rights oi United States citizenship for free negroes. Thus, whilst the laws of New l.'imn shire, Vermont and Massachusetts prohibited .1. 11 - r , .. y.. . toe curoiimeut oi negroes id tue militia, and made a distinction in the punishment of ne groes and whites, whilst tbe Massachusetts marriage act of 1795 (in force in 1820; prohib ited the marriage of any white person with a negro, mulatto, or Indian, on penalty of fifty it. i.- i i n . .. J puuuuo uua, .ue ii civ uugimu itepreseniaitves were olalmlng abroad perf ect equality for those persona whom they crushed at home. Since ltt'iv the Abolitionists oi tbe East have become more aotive and ardent. T'bey have filled the the South and West with emissaries, acting aa teachers, who instil into tbe minds of the pupils alongiwith their ideas on slavery, a eotemut for an auiuuiuj; mey uuve luuuueu auu extended a Commou School system, which, gives tbe ut moat facility for tho dissemination of infl deity and intubordinaliou throughout the land; they h.tve filled the evangelical meet, ing housoa with proa:heis, who maka anti slavery discourses, and convert tbe Bible Into an anti-slavery weapon; and, just now, they are seriou.ly troubled for an anli slav ery God. They have passed nncODetitn tional Persoual Liberty bills, and thug initiated a system of nullification which has spread over the largest portion of the Union. Tbey have, by words and ceedj, done all that is possible tp irritate the Southern people, thus necessitating, to somo extent, retaliation from the latter. Certainly, that Is not the way to preserve the Union. If slavery be an evil it exists to too great an extent to be cured iu a dt.y, and wo must put up with It as best we can. The Church of God has quietly procured tbe removal of this institution from many nations, and might not the good example be followed by the people of ruaesachusetts i nave mey not yet perceived that the persecuting policy of the Pilgrims has always pioved disastrous to tho cause In which it was invoked 7 It must, however, be acknowledge that In ber attempta-to disturb tho country, New Englaud has been effectually aided dj south Carolina. Ar ter a career of thirty years of rebellion aud Nul lification, this State has at length: declared her- cir out or tho union. The right of secession bag never been ad mitted by my eminent American. Geu. Wash Ington, in bis Farewell Address, says, that 'the Constitution uAicA af any time' (xisf, till changed by an explicit and authentic act nf the whole people, if tacredly obligatory upon all " Tbe opinion of tbe Father of his Couniry, of the man wbo presided over the Convention which formed the Constitution, should certainly have some weight with Amer icans. Gen Jackson's views with regard to secession are well known In his message of Jan. IGtb, 1833, he declares that, when, to se cure the blessings of liberty aud happiness, "any body of meu have voluntarily associated tbemsesves under a particular form of govern ment, no portion of them can dissolve tbe as sociation without acknowledging the correlative right in the remainder to decide whether that dissolution can be permitted consistently with the general happlues." Mr. Webster, on Feb. IGtb, 1633, declared "that no State authority has power to dissolve those (federal) relatione; that nothing can dissolve them but revolution; and that, consequently, there can be no such thing as aeceslon without revolution." Iu Mr. Madison's report on the Virginia resulutions of 1798, be prominently declares tbe measure to be "within tne limits of the Constitution," thus ignoiing any intention of nullification or re bellion. Our situation, in caBe of secession, as a member of a Southern Confederacy, would Dot be a source of much satislac.iou. There is no element of Union to bind tven the fifteen Southern States together, if secession be con sidered a reserved right Self interest cannot do it, for self interest is opposed to the project. The Cotton States require free trade, and the re-opening the African slave trade, which Europe will never permit, The one would destroy Missouri, which needs protection for the development of its mining and manufac turing industry, and Louisiana, which re quires aid for tbe sustenance of its sugar trade! whilst the other would ruinously depreciate the value of tbe slave property of Vir ginia, Kentucky, and Maryland. Hence before the lapse cf ten yeata we would proba bly have three distinct slave confederacies on this continent, exposed to the dangerous in trigucs of a powerful anti slavery confederacy, and without a friendly nation in the whole world. Can tbo planter! be blind to the state of sentiment iu Europe? lias not the rimes de clared that we may expect no sympathy from England? Has not the London Star asaurcd us that tbe formation of a slave confederacy would almost justify a crusade; and La Pntte in formed us that France cannot sympathize with us? Only four weeks ago the Emperor wrote a complimentary letter to Captain Matfitty thank ing him for bis exertions in putting down tho African slave trade. Can all these warnings be lost uppn our politicians? Even at this late hour a satisfactory com promise mifcut be agreed upon, and tbe slavery question bu forever banished f rom the sphere of led era I politics. When dealing with this dread ful question, we should meet aa' brothers, anx ious only for tha safely of our Union, which ia tbe words of Washington, is "the main pillar in the edifice of our real independence." The lovers ol the Union should comport themselves in tbe manner advised by the Hon. W. Wilkins, ia September, 1832, at the annual commence ment of Jefferson College ' Ever keep In mind the spirit of compromise in which our cocstitutiou had its origin Instead of defi ance and dcrisioo, let us adopt the tone of con ciliattir.ii, and, where practicable, of concession. Iustead of bunting np materials (or spiteful comparisons between different States and dis tricts, let us remember only what is glorious in tbe history, or estimable in Ihe character of each; adop:ing the happy quotation of Lord Chatham, when depreciating that stubborn and contemptuous defiance which led to the dismem berment of, tbe British Empire; let each btatc, In reference to every other, " 'Be to her faulta a little Win-?, Be to her v'rtues very klud.' " S-EW GOODS FOR THE CHEAPER THAN EVER! uNcuaasNT mosey TAKEN AT THE HIGH WMTU ATE. SHAWLS. Broche and Wool. CLOAKS Of Every Description, CL01HS, CASSIMERE9, and TESTINGS. D.RE8S GOODS, Beautiful Styles. I.ADIE3 AND GENT'S WRAPPERS AND DRAWERS. Hosiery and Gloves. VELVET RIBBONS, All Width. Embroidorioa, Fancy Woolen Goods. KNAPP & CO., 1 NO. 119. , SOUTH HIGH STREET. V ' ocUVSawd-iAw-flm . i : ;i')'t Ayer'sSarsaparilla A compound remedy, designed to be tht- most effectual Alterative that can be made. It is a concentrated extract of Pnra Snrsaprsrllla, so combined with other substances of still greater alterative powrr an to afford an effec tive antidote for the divases Faisiijiimlla is reputed to cure. It is liclipvr:l that Bueh a remedy is wanted by those who suffer from Strumous complaints, and thitt one which will accomplish their cure must prove of immense service to this large class of our afflicted fellow citizens. How completely this compound will Uo it lias been proven by experiment on many of the worst cases to be found of the following complaints : St'ltOll'LA AND ScilOriLOts Coill'LAINTS, EllUl'TtONS AND Eltl l'ilVE DISEASES, Ul.ClUU, Pimpi.gs, l5i.oiciii:s, Tlmuus, Salt Hiiecm, Scald Head, Svi iiims and Svi'iiu.mc Ar- FltCTIOKS, MliltCL'ItiAL DlHKAHE, DllOPSY, NeC IIAL01A Oil TlC DOULOUUECX, DtHlMTV, DvS TEPSIA AND I.VDIOrsTlON, EltTSU'ELAS, lioSE on Sr. Anthony's Fiue, mid indeed the whole class of couipluints arising from IviriiuTV ol THE 1)1.001). This compound will bo found a great pro motor of health, when tuken in the spring, to expel tho foul humors which fester in tha blood nt that season of the year. By thetima ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders' nro nipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by tho aid of this remedy, spare themselves from the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous sores, through which the system will strive to rid itself nf corruptions, if not assisted to do this through tho natural channels of tho body by an tiltetiitivo medicine. Cleanse out tho vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities bursting through tho skin in pimples, eruptions, or sores; cleanse it when yoa find it is ob structed nnd slugirish in the veins ; cleanse it Whenever it is foul, nnd your feelings will tell you when. Even where no particular disorder i felt, people enjoy better health, nnd live longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the blood healthy, nnd nil is well ; but with this pabulum of life disordered, there can bo no lasting health. Sooner or later something must go wrong, nnd the great machinery ot life is disordered or overthrown. Earsnparilla has, nnd deserves much, tho reputation of accomplishing these ends. Hut the world lias been egregioasly deceived hy preparations of it, partly because the drug alone has not till tho virtue that is claimed for it, but more becnuse many preparations, pretending to be concentrated' extracts of it, contain but little of the virtue of Snrsaparilla, or nny thing else. Dining late years tho public have been rr.i led by largo bottles, pretending to give n quart of Extract of Sar.srtpnrilla for ono dollar. Most of these have been frauds upon the sick, for they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa lilla, but often no curative properties whatev er. Hence, bitter n:ul painful disappointment has followed tho use! of the various extracts of iS.irsnpitrilhi which flood tha market, until the nums itself is justly despised, m:d has become synonymous with iinpoiitioit and cheat. Still wo cull this compound isarsnparilla, and intend to supply such n remedy 03 shall rescue the name from the load of obloquy which rests upon it. And wo think v.-e have ground for believing it has virtues which arc irrcsislihic by the ordinary run of the diseases it is intend ed to cure. In order to secure their completo eradication from the system, tho remedy should be judiciously taken according to directions on the bottle. IKErAItCD BY DIt. J. C. AYEU & CO. LOWELL, MASS. Price, $1 per Dottle x UoUlca for 93. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has won fur itself such n renown for tho cure tf every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been em ployed. As it has long been in constant tiso throughout tin's section, wcneed not do moro than assure the people its quality is kept up to tho test it ever has been, una that it may he relied on to do for their relief nil it has ever been found to do. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, POU THE CUH.E OF Cosiiveiim, .fa'cirVc?, hyspepsut, Indigestion, Diseittwi, Pail Stntnnch, 1'i inijtclas, IVaduchc, Piles, lVicnmntivn, Eruptions and Si:i:t I)iicaon, Liter Complaint, Dropsy, Teller, Tumors and Salt llheU'H, ll'uiins, Gout, Xcuralgia, tn a Dinner Pill, and fir Piirifyiug the Blood. t They are sutrnr-eoaled, so limt the most sensi tive can take them pleasantly, and they arc the best aperient iu the wi Id fur ell the purposes of a family physic. Pries 85 C9nts por Box ; Tiva boxoa for $1.03. GrcntnumbersofClcrnynicn.Fhvsicians, States men, and eminent personages, have lent their names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these remedies, hut our Bpace hero will not permit the insertion of them. The Agent below named fur nish gratis uur Am r.uiCAN Almanac in which they arc given; wilh also full descriptions of the above complaints, mid the treatment that should be fol lowed for their cute. Do not lie p:it off hr unprincipled dealers with other preparations they make more profit on. Demand Ayeh's. and tako no others. The sick want the test aid there- is for them, and they should have it. All our remedies arc for salo by ROBERTS A 8AMCKI, Columbus Acd by Druiriiltis and Dealers everywhere, aovl): lyd.twfcw Winter Arrangement Little Miami Columbus & Xenia RAILROADS. For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolis! Through to lndianaoolia without Change of Cars and but One Change of Cars between Columbus and St. Louis. THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM BUS. FIRS'TtRAIN. (Dally, Mondsvs excepted.) KIOIIT EXPRESS, via Dayton, at :45 a. estop ping at London, Xeuia, Dayton, Middletowa and Hamil ton, arriving at Cincinnati at 8:10 a. m.; Dayton at 5:45 a. m, Indlenopolls at 10:40 a n.itt. Louts at H SU p tn. StiUUWU TKA1H. ACCOMMODATION, at 6:10 a. m., stonilni at all Sta tion, between Oolambue end Cincinnati and Dayton, ar riving at Cincinnati ll:tn a. m., Dayton at u: la a. m., Indiandpolls af S;iW p. m. 1IUKU TKA1H. BAT EXPBKBS.at 30 p. m.. stooping at Alton, Jefferson, London, Charleston, Oedarvllle, Xenia. spring valley, Corwin, Morrow, Deerueid, Foster's. Loveland, Hillfordand Plainville, arriving at Cincin nati at 7:50 p. m.; St. touts at IS m; Dijtoo at 5 S3 p. m.; Indianopolia at 10:38 p. m. ' immm 1 Sleenlnt; Cara on all tvitrht Tralsse ! Clncinsiatl aad InaWatnupalio, BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. For further lr.form-.tlon and Through Tickets apply to M. lit IHIHBHVl, . , Ticket Agent, Union Detiot. Columbus, Ohio. ' K. W. WOODWARD, Superintendent, Cincinnati. , , JNO W. DOUKKTY Jul) .'' ' Agent, Oolaml as, HENRY TOW, Wholesala ana Retail Dealer In Foreign & Domestic Cigars. i H0 SWT BRaKDS ; . !j ' , i ; .. Smoking & Chawing Tobacco. Also, the hist quality ef nTOfTi ooastantly , :on hanS. " '" TJjr'Conntry. Merchants are Invltci to call before pur ohaslni, elsewhere. vi-v a t a qt Trrrrjn RTRfcM ' ' ,M Sot Main ana1 Bfoaeaor.' - : . Wll-w6m ' CSTNCJJINXTI. 0F THB CONDITION 0? TH1 . i City Fire Iosnrauce Company, OP HARTFORD. ON THE 3Ut DA V OP DECEMBERS . 'wO.nwdetothe Auditor of Ohio, pursuant loth Btatuteof the State, emltled -Ao act to retulau Insn- paased April? 1858' 'nc0,,"",,ted ,h Ku,e of 0hlt' NAM AND LOCALITIES. 1st. The Dams or the Company la "City tiro Insurance Comptuy f Hartford" and is located at tUrtford. Connecticut. I. CAPITAL. 3d. Tbo amount of its Capital Stock is.. $350 000 3d. The amount of its Capital Stock paid up is 250 OCU 4th. 11 ASSETS. 1. Cash of ibe Company on hand and in Bank $31 057 114 2. Cash in the bands of and duo from Agent or in Transit 91,183 03 5JS.241 17 3. Beat Estate unincumbered none 4. The Bonds and stocks owned by the Company as per vouch ers accompanying how se cured, and the rate of In terest thereon, to wit:.... ' , No. Shares ParVal. Market Val. 100 Paik Bank Stock N. Y. 10,000 00 (I0.700 00 I ill) uontlnenlal 11 1H0 Metropolitan " ' iu ma) vu v,w uu 10,000 (10 10,700 00 lo.ono oo io soo on 100 60 100 loo 100 40 M .00 100 104 lvo 30 &0 SO 95 110 ISO SO Importers Ac Traders " Bank of Republic " " 5,000 Oil 5,000 00 ". m,oo m 10,000 oo ' lo.ioo oo lo.aooon " 5.0U) IXI 5.100 00 ' i Itwtoo MOOO S ISO (6 ' 6.500 00 0 SOO 00 - 10,000 00 10,000 00 " lo.ooo oo lo.ooo oo Hartford 10,400 00 10.0H8 00 '- 10,000 OO 10 000 00 " 5.IKJ0 liO 5,010 00 Market Bank Shoe at Leather Merchatita Bank Bank of " Hide A Leather Hafety fund Revere Mercantile Bask Charter Oak Phceoix ' iVtoa Merch'ts Ac Menufti " Oily Bank Stock " Bank of Hartford Co. " Exchange " Union Bank Stock Albany 5,000 00 5,450 01) 5 (100 00 5,000 1)0 9 500 00 .875 00 5 SCO 00 5 SOO (10 7,5(10 00 7 WO 00 5,000 kO 5,1.10 00 Bonds 10 10 10 Brooklyn City Water Bonds 1,000 eacn Hartford City Bunds fl.OuO each Indiana Central U. R. Bonds tl,C00 each Certificate of Ohio State block Hartford Ac N Haven R. It. 10,000 00 10,000 00 llOCO 00 11,330 00 10,000 O 10.000 09 5 000 CO 5 000 CO Bond 4.000 00 4 000 CO Total Bonds and Stocks Mar ket Value f 901.4:3 00 5. Debta due the Company, secur ed by morgape, oo unincum bered Real Estate, as per vouchers accompanying.. 31,110 1.0 6. Debts otherwise secured, as per vouchers accompany log viz: Total amount loaned ou Collaterals Accrued Interest payable Jan uary 1, 1801 .. tm 43 7. Debts for premiums none .... 8. Otfice Furniture. Library- I UW 37 57, 026 1 0 3,19V 70 Total assets of the Cosopisy. . . S'-Uj.o. fli 111 LIABILITIES. 3tt. The amount of liabilities; due or not due, to Banks aod oth er creditors none.. Cth. Lossesadlustedanddue.ncne 7ih. Lcssesadjuated and not duo 82,3 tl 3th. Losaes unadjusted and.... V(h. Losses in auspeoce. waltfug for further proof icclu'lig S 200 resisted 34,015 10th. Ail other claims against the Company none Total liabilities , t3G, '.95 ST. IV MISCELLINE0U2. H'.h. The greatest amount insured In any one reek the rules of the Company lim. Its to 1-th. The greatest amount allowed by the 10,0(0 Ot rules to be insured In any one city, town or village, varies allowing! the size and class of prooert. 13th. The greatest amount allowed tj be Insured in any olo block varies as tn th proceeding The amount of iu capital or esroioga deposited In and other 8 ale, as security for losses there in, naming them, ith tha amount in ea.h, and whether such company transacts aoy business of lnscracce in saiJ State or States, none The Oberter, or act of incorpoiation of aa id Coo 14th. 15th. pasy is tbe same as r.:retot jre Hied. Ettx or CoawcTiccT, I County of Hartford. ( C. B. Boweaa, Pref dent, and C. C. Waiti, Secre tary of th Oily Sir Insurance C-smpeoy.beiog severally sworn, depose aad aay, that the foregoing Is a full, true and correct statement of the eflati of the said Company that the aa d Insurance Company is the bona file own er if at least ONE HUNDRED TUOU8AND DOLLARS of actual cash capital invested In Stocks and Bonds, or In Mortgages oo Real Estate, worth double tbe amount for which the same 1 mortgaged; that tbe abo-n described Investments, nor any part thereof, ar made for the ben efit f any individual exercising authority In th man agement of said Company, either as President, Secretary. Treasurer, Director, or otherwise; that tha mortgagr above described have not been asaigned, nor ia any man ner released or Impaired by said Company; and that tb.y ar the above deecrthrd officers of said Insurance Com pany. 0. B. BOWERS, Pieaideut. 0. C. WAIT at, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn before mo, this 7th etavof Jan uary, Iffil. K. DODD, t Notary Public Orrtci or th Attnixoa or f-Tte j Oolumbue,0.. January 14. Iwil.f I, Robert W. Tayler, Auditor of State, do hereby cer tiff that the foregoine- ia a correct ec nv of tha statement of condition or the City Fir Insuiance Company of Hartford, Connecticut, nude to this othce fur th year led and now on fli herein. w lines, my hand and seal officially. b. 8. B W. TAYLER. Auditor of Statu. ByO. Col, Chief Clerk. Certilicate of Authority. (To expire on the 31st dsy or Jaaa ary, 1809 ) AuniToa or Stti's Ornca, ) iHscnaacs DtriK-rxuiT Columbus, Ohio, January 14, Itlrt. J WHrsns. The CITY FIRE INSURANCE OOMPA. MY, located at Hartford, la the Slat of Connecticut, nil meet in tnis omce a sworn statement of Its condition. aa required by th first section of Ihe act ' To regulate insurance companies not incorporated bv the sure of Ohio," paaed April 8, 1P56; and Wsnui, said company has furnished th undersigned aatlafactory evidence Mat it is possessed of at least ona hundred thousand dollars of actual capital Invested In slocks, or In bonds, or in mort gage of real estate, worth double th amount for whl.h tne aame is mortgaKd; and. WaaBiaa. said eomnanv hui filed Id this ofhc a written Instrument ander its corpo rative seat, aigned by the President and Secretary theie of, authorising any agent or agent of sail company in to mate, to acaoowieuge service or process, for and In behalf of aaid company, consenting that such service of process shall bo taken and held to bo as valid as If served upon Ihs company, according to th law of this or any other Bute, and waiving all claim or right of error, by reason of each acknowledgment af aervlc. p Now, therefore. In pursuance of th first section of the aforesaid aot, I, Robert W. Tayler, Auditor of Hut for the Btal of Ohio, do hereby certify that (aid City fin ln.urar.ee Company of Hartford, Connecticut. Is authorised to transact the business of Fir and Marin Insuraoc In thla Stat until th thirty-fiiet day or Jan nary, In the year one thousand eight hundred and dxtr two. In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto subscribed ay s name ana tsusea th oeai or my office to p ) affixed th day and year above written. . ' K. W. TAYLER, Auditor of Bute; By 0. Ooli, Chief Oieik. J. H. WnEELER, Agent, , COLUMBUS, OHIO. No. sit Sooth Mifu street. JanlSdlw JAS M. M'KEI. WM. H KESTIBAUX. M'KEE & RESTIEAUX, GROCERS AND PRODUCE DEALERS, No. St Norla lllsra Streets OOLUMBUS, OHIO, . II AVE OK IIASID AT WHOLERATE 1 v,uej . 1. 1 W niiitnuniu. .III .Vl.ll, rinnsi o.Arui. .nub.BIA FLOUR, SALT, TEA. I'OfFEK, SUGAR, TOBAOOO, BK JAKS, Etc . Etc Our Stock basbeta purchased us Eastern utiles aaring ins ratiic, .. , FOR OAO IX, and our main endeavor will be to offer Indoctui.nls to .ASH iUl'SES nhich a-.onotcxreled by aoy Haas fa ' theOlty. ' IIENBT RfEHI'EHs !!,,;, i Lai of rhalon'a BstahllshaMwi, If. T.,) Proprietor . th New York Fashknabl Shaving, Hair Cnttrng , tbampoonlug, Curliug and Dressing Saloon, No. If ' East Stat street, near th Pool Offios, Ant Soon where satisfaction will be given la all th various branches Ladle and Children's Balr Dressing do In the bwtslyla- , . . : . . jySI-dlp -, . PAiTlllCMABi AND PlLElOIt 'f ., Mad lo th aaoat Mylith and alefrant manner. A ' new Invoice Joat opened by PETER OAiN I i . are.ll. - M. 90 South High street. THE KECLP1 ION HOI" WKIKT. ' lb most graoefal aad elegant. - vtffnvl fai sale.. Anew lotjust opened by I ltEalN, .deo.ll. - Ho.WSouih Hiasut- ij I'.