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T VOLUME XVI. COLUMBUS, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1853. NUMBER 163 Tllf! IDailw (Dl)to State Journal 13 FUBMSIIKD RVKRY MOUSING, EXCRfT SUNDAY, UT ' 6C0II & BASCOM, jouitNAi, uuaDism, uian and fiarl btrbbts entranoi om wan. TERMS Invariably in atloaneti In Columbus, ().(IO aycuri ny ninll, ej-o-uu. Dally during the aauion or ine iCgwuuure, on Tri-Woeklv for thu rcmiilniliir of the vear. ftu.OO. 'J'lIK WHKKLY JOURNAL la furnished to oity subwrlljerii at ffl, ami by mull at Sl.GOa year. Uluus or Mr ana upward, Jfiaii it ten ami upward, S1.00. TUB Tltl-tViiKKLV JOURNAL b 3.00 a year. RATES OF ADVERTISING IN TIIE DAILY JOURNAL. (The following rates and rule! bare boon agreed upon between the proprietors of the Ohio Stateiman and the Ohio Stat Journal, to Do otntorvoa in ail cases, alter inu asm. -iwy su, im.j One square, 10 Ilnea or ten of thla abed type, for one Insertion, 60o. j each additional insertion, 25o. HiHiiiiii incscoiassaeoisoes tt (t It II It I 8 8 8 1 square, 1 25 'J 208 004 006 00 6.- 8. 9. 10. 15. 13. : 1 2 squares, 1 87 8 87,6 000 OOiSOO 9. 10. 13. 16 squares, ja 506108 00 9 0010. 12. 14. i squares, ,8 006 60 8 009 0010. Il2. IhTm. I ., .. BIT' TEAR ..-. I Changeable ' I 3 squares, Changeable squares, or quarterly,. ...&oo monthly, 45 !,8 column, monthly, ...... ..US, weekly, U0 V column, weekly (! dnlly, 13l) aauy, Standing card, 6 lines or less, for one year 810. No advertisement to be considered by the year, unless specified on the manuscript, or previously agreed upon between the parties. Advertisements not marked on the copy for a specillod number of Insertions, will be continued one month, unless ordered out, and payment will be exacted accordingly. All advortlsenieuts from strangers, or transient persons to be paid In advance. Tho privileges of yearly advertisers will be confined rigidly to their regulnr business j and all advertisements not pertaining thereto, to be pnid for extra. Advertisements for Auctioneers, General Agents, Ileal Estate Agents, &o., not to be contracted for by the year, but to be charged l,y the piece, at the usual rates. Announcing candidates (for offices of every description) to be charged at the rate of fifty cents per week, for each name ; thesame ro he, In all cases, paid in advance. Attorneys will Iw holdun for the price of inserting advertisements brought In by thorn. Publishers not accountable for the aeouracy of leg.d advurtiamients beyond the amount ohargod for their publication.All leaded advertisements to be charged not less than doublo the above rates, and measured as If solid. Advertisements on the Inside exclusively, to be charged at the rat. of 50 per cent in advance of the above rates. No ADVERTISEMENT CAN BE INSERTED GRATUITOUSLY. 'J Advertisements for charitable institutions, fire companies, ward, township, and other public, meetings, and such like, to be charged half price. Deaths Inserted without charge, unless accompanied by funeral invitations or obituary notices, and when so accompanied, to be paid for. 11 persons sending communications or requiring notices of fairs, soirees, concerts, or any puhlio entertainments where charges are undo for admittance, and all notices of private enterprises, can oulybo Inserted with tlie understanding that the sauio are to be paid for. If Intended to be inserted In the editorial column, the same will be charged at the rate of not less than 20 cents per line, ami then only when accompanied by an advertisement T R. OSGOOD, Last and Peg Manufacturer, tJ nilinnnpollH,Inlliinn. Boot and Shoe Trees, Crimps, Clamps, Stn. A good supply ol tho above articlca on hand for tho wholcaalo and retail tradn. Whnleaalo Healers supplied on short notlco. 3P All orders promptly filled. doc2l-dly DR. R. P. LITTLE, DrtuoaisT, from the Enst, (successor to Drs. Denis; Ac llsrry.) proposes to sp)1 Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Vnrnlthoa, Dyc-stofla, (ilasswnre, Fcrlnmery, Snips, Ao, Ac., by Wholesale: nnd Retail, at LOWER KATEd than the tamo quality of goods can bo bought fur eliowhero, outjf tlio Kastora cities. Ills articles are ol lupprlor quality, end his assortment Is very com-pinto, as he la oaily recruiting his stock. Physicians' prescriptions will receive marked and careful attention, by day and night. The public will plenso call Rt the Cheap Ohio Drug Btoro, on west sido of High street, botween the American and Capitol House, where bargains aro to be obtained. dec35-d:im . AA'K A BTACEV ' V. A.OKU. STACEY'S HOTEL, Southeast corner Main aud Fourth strnot, Ziincevllle, Ohio. sop22 dtf. NATIONAL HOUSE, Circleville, Ohio JONATHAN BOYD, (lormerly of tho Carlisle Houao,) proprietor. P. 8. I have In the ofllco a "Prlvato Stuck Itcglstcr," fur the, benefit of thoio buying and selling tho same, which enables mo at any tinio to givo Shtiffaction in regard to tho salo, location, Ate., ol all the at?ek In Pickaway and adjolninine counties. Circlevillo,0.,Dco.l7,ia:3.-drm J. BOYD. SCOTT & BASCOM, Journal Buildings, High street, Columbua, PRINTERS, STKREOTYl'KR-i AND B1NDERH. Itlank Books and Btaliunery of every deacrlption constantly on band. Printing and Writing Papers, and Inks, of the beat manufacturo, always tor sale. T RIDGWAY'S IRON FOUNDRY, Broad f.9 trnet, near thn Rrldffo, Columaui, Ohio. Ktovea of all kindi, and a groat rarlcty ot Casting, always on band. VTATHAN BROOKS, Justice of the Peace, Olliee In tho room forrr aouth ot the Franklin Hank, up Office In thn room formerly occupied by Juatlcfl Kvans, si airs. GERE, ABBOTT & CO., Dealers in Hard-warn and Cutlery, Iron, Nails, lilasa. House Iluildnr's Materials, Farming and Mcch- uical Tools, Military (ioods, Ye., &Oi Ho. 161 lligli stroct, sign of tho (lilt Padlock. WALTER THRALL, Attorney and Coun-seller at Law, Columbus, Olilo. Also, a Commlaalnnnr lo tuko tho Acknowledgment of Dneda or tho city of Now York. QCI20 JOHN. W. DAKEB. ROBERT ARMSTRONG. BAKER & ARMSTRONG, Real Estate Bbokbrs and (Ienrbal Land Aornt.1. Olflco south room Exchange Rank Huilding, Columbua, O. . LUCIAST BrTTI.FS. TIIKO. COMSTOCK. GBTO. Q. COMSTOCK. BUTTLES, COMSTOCK & CO., (successors mb. Comstock St Co,) Forwnrillnirnnri Can. million Mcrchanta, Lard Oil Manufacturers, and Dealers In dalt, Plaster, Fish and Lumber. Head ot tho Canal, Columbus, Ohio. 15?" Liborul advances made on consignments. mard LYNN & BALDWIN aro again receiving new supplies of WATCHKM AMI) JEWELRY. Among othnr styles ot Watches, we invito attention to a new lut of th jae line hunting ease and open dial lovers, of our own Importation, which, fur quality and price, are not excelled. Jyl6 TO SEPH F. S M I T H , Attorney at Law, fj Real Eatnte, Hounly I.nnd nnd Pension AEent, Two doors Kast of High, on Town ritreet, Columbus, Ohio, Will attend to the practice of his Profession, obtaining Pensions, buying, selling and obtaining Land Wirrauts, selling and leasing real estate, examining land lilles.eolloctionul claima, e. Letters from a distance aiasl bn poMt paid. ju:l" H AT AND CAP STORE.- THE OtD STAND f! S f'IA' u j thesubscnbercomeagreeiing, to every fef'SeV3 "at and Cap wearer in Central Cihlo, iii'i i 'aWiivraMi it wi h ono ol tl.e verv best asaorrments of HATS AND CAPS ever brought to this part of the Htato, embracing noarly every varletyof atylnnow worn by the human family. His Hats ere ma'te to order, by somo of the best and moat celebrated establishments Kast and West, vil : Beebe Co., New York) Bortalctt at Blynn, Philadelphia; Dodd V Co., Kates, Whilcher si Co, and others, of Cincinnati; all of which will be sold at lair prices ; and he wishes it to be distinctly understood that It Is all nonsense lor others to say they can sell lower than he can. Being a practical baiter, and engaged in the business tor years, he understands what a bat can be made and sold for. His stock consists (in part) ot the following varieties : Black and Drab Beaver, extra; Black and Drab Moleskin, extra; Black and Drab Rrmb, extra; Otter and deal Drab ; Black and Drab Hungarian, very fine; Black and drab Kossuth, in great variety ; A large and well aeleetnd assortment of Utraw goods for Men and Boys. n A very Sne assortment of Staw Hats for children, ate., A c. Ills old friends and the public are invited to rail and examine tho assortment and prices. J. K. RUDIS1LI.. sp23 High 6L, next door to the Puge Office. WE ARE NOW opening . a largo ana nrsumui muumnn ui tWATCnSH, DIAMOND 1 WOUK AND JkWKLItY. Ui.tflu. im an norinr t1 allT In tbfl 8tato. Diamond Kings and Pins, we off. M New ior Prices. Jewelry, Silver aja rm- Waira. Fine Mantle a.:ioeai,Bni tsnn - --- retaiL All are Invited lo eall examine, "aV"tV NTARIAl.andotherSEAI.engved.andPRsi!HKS tarnished, at the shortest notice. Watchest Repnlretl in Uie best manner. ., ., Firs, door.ouU.of e.trto ft BALI)VV1H. JUST RECEIVED A new and beautiful as-.ovtment of WATCHBS, DIAMOND WORK, ad JEWELRY. of U kind.. fc BALDWIN. SEALS AND PRESSES. Notarial, and all other description, of 8eal., made th the oeart manner.aad .hort .oti. and Pre-e. f.rnisbed. by BALDW,W TEST (iUALlTY OF FAMLLY FLUUU, ontig room of the Johrnal omoe.eornerof High atreetanal AK3 Ibw"I aa-TO K00KS & STATION KM. ANE HUNDRED AGENTS WANTED, S to oauvaia Ohio, Indiana and the Wrat generally, to obtain subscriber? lor tho tallowing wmka, vis i Pictorial History ol America, bv H. C. (juoilrich i Parley's Panorama, or Curiosities ol Nature and Art; History aud Biography; Uroat K.venta of Ainerlcun History ; pictorial History ol tns united Elates, wnn 200 illuatratlona; Life vt Christ, In German ; History of thu United rltatesin (iermnn. Ureat Inducements will bo given to Book Agents. Inqulroattho oclt'J JOUHNAL OFFICE. PRINTING INK, book, news, card and color X i d, trom the boat ninnutacturers In tho United Htatos, Just received, unil lorsaio at inn journal onice. ocl4 SCOTT As BASCOU. C OPYING PRESSES, of the best kind, and of thu mott highly finished description, tor salo by ocM HCOTT & BASCOM. PAPER. Letter, Cap and Note Paper, Ink, X Inkstands, Pens, aud ofhur articles of Stationery, for suln by OC14 BUtll 1 06 DABLUOl, MEW STOCK OF BOOKS AND STA' 11 TIONKItY. The now Arm ol BUItR : ItANUALL, having relltted tho store lately occupied by jjontwoton a maointibi, aio now receiving nn entire new stock ol mOKK, ri'l'ATf ONERY, FAPIilt HAKGINUH, FANCY ;0!)D, Ar. And havlnir rmnnleted arrannempnts with the various publish. Ing hmiHca ol Ihn Kastern cities, tliry will reeaiva the new and deslraolo Hooka at tuo earliest puatioio momeui auer puouea, lion. it will be thn aim of this establishment to furnish every artl cle In their line at Ihn lowest possible prices, and by giving their personal attention to tho wants of tbi lr customers, they trust to gtvn entiro satisfaction to nil who may favor them with their uatronago. All orders Intrusted to them will bo attended to with fidelity and dispatch, and at prlcos that cannot mil of glvlngsatlslaclion. nuilll iv nAnuAi.ij, Ju25 High street, Columbua, Ohio, TEW BOOKS. Burr & Randall are daily receiving addltlun. to their already well assorted stock of books aud stationery, to nnicu inn auouuuu oi an is iiiiuca, oeli rpilE CHRISTIAN MINSTREL. The Ja- X testeditionof thet'hrlsllan Minstrel, for sale In quantities by locoj nuiviv at luinunuui ''l-'HE PRESBYTERIAN PSALMODIST 1. A collection of Tunes sdauted to Iho Psalms and Hymns of the Presbyterian Church, for salo, liy inofloien or single copy, Oy OCO JlUP.ll oc nnnuni.u. A SUPPLY of the Publications of the American Tract Society, and rrcsbyterian Board of Publica tion. or6) BUIlll HANOALL. NEW BOOKS. Restoration of Monarchy in Francr, bt Lamartink, 3 vols. A Step trom tho New World to the Old, ty Tappsn, a vois Time and 'J'ldo, or Strive nnd Win, by A. 8. lloo. t'other nt Homo, by Abbott ; new edition. Hill hcdnlo Komanco, by Hawthorne. For salo by ...a nilRll&nANDALL CLINICAL REPORTS ON CONTINUED 1 t t tit fieri I lU .....k. as tl.a mariannmnnt nf nnlll In 1 1 fftH fevor.thn iilmtily of Typhus, Typhoid, Itdnpiing FRvnr, Ac, by Austin Tmnt.M. I. Kor'ilwt'yr..n.i TT7ALL PAPER and Bordcrmfj, Window It ii.nn...,l l'lri ltr,url lfltle,.nA lftriM nssnrlinent rif tho latest piuterns, just received, and for sale, by ...... ju30 BUKlt & UANDALL. BIBLE DEPOSITORY. The Depository of (ho Columbua and Franklin County Bible Society, may now bo found at tho Bookstnro of .,. i ju3() tlUlilv cc ntinvnitu. WHY HAVE THE TOOTH-ACHE I Practical hinta on tho Preservation of tho Teeth a val uable little book ou thotroalmeut and preservation ol urn teem. PrlcoSjo. laeplS BUIlll & KANDALL. BANCROFT'S Historv of the United States. J3 In 4 volumes. For sale by ThT17W M7AT?Tr nVfiHAflF! AnTTII.AR. pn. jL entitled, The Day of Uriicci a Htory of Srottiah Ilia-tnry. For sale by jjti BUIlll St RANUALL. VOL. 20 OF OHIO REPORTS, fo by y ,y6 . UUKU 4. ItANOALL. NEW MAPS Of Muskingum county ana ot tbcStnto. IseplS ItUitll & KANDALL- IJEADING FOR THE MILLION! At III PKAIISUN'S DKPOT, (Late Harsh's:) Kton Boy, beautifully lllustiated ; acciaeaiy ine greaie.i Novel ol tho ago lie Marvel's Winks -. Cabin and Parlors by J. Thornton liandolph ol Northwooil; by Mrs. S.J. Halo 1 Mrs. Hale's bow Cook Hook W Kenneth, tllnitrnted; (1, V. JleynoWs 7j Lite in Paris, do. do Neeromannir do. do. V Clarence Bolton, or I.ilnln Now York; by Jas. Scolield, S.i Call aud see. "UV1J TAW BOOKS. Beck's Medical Jurispru- JJ clenee. 2 vols. Now edition. Whnrton'a Am Crlminnl Law. 2d edition enlarged. Wlmrlon'a Pii'codents of IiKlIctmenta, together with all the lain Law Reports and Klenn ntory Works. KoraiilesIthoHowcooseioro. uYcll J. IL UILtY CO. NEW BOOKS. Tho Practical Cotton Spinner snd Manufacturer. By Scott revltcd by Byrne. For sale nt Iho bew iiooistorn. oYcIS J. II KILEY & CO. N EW BOOKS. The Manufacture of Iron in aM its various branches. By Frederick Overman. , ror sa e at me new iiooasioro. decl7 1- . nil.F.Y CO. "VTEW BOOKS. The Art of Tanning, Liur- Xi rjing and I either Drossing; 200 Engravings. By Campbell Mortit. For ni at thn New Bookstore. dVc!5 Kli.M '" NATURALIST'S LIBRARY. 40 volumes Turkey morocco, glltoxtra Library of F.ntertainlng Knowledge, by tho Society. 43 vols. Complete Lundou edition. For aa n at the new Boosatore. arcs J. II. RILEY At CO. LARGE BIBLES. 75 4to and Folio Bibles, the best editions, extra binding. Biblca and Prayer Books, In rich velvet binding. For sale at the New Bookstore. dec9 J 11. RILF.Y A CO. 1UVENILE BOOKS. A very large and tl vabablu asiortment of now and valuable Juvenile Books, for suln at llin Now l'.uo. store. .,, . etr j. 11. jiiL.r.i iv nr. OOKS. Life and Correspondence of Lord B Rural Cyclopedia. 2 vols. eKdinburgh edition. Chambers' papers for tho People. 12 vols. London. Ilallam'a Works complete. London edition. 7 vols. Milton's do d. Pi spring's edition. 8 volumes. Lendon. For. ale at th. New Bookstore. y co CCOTT & BASCOM have added to their es- llooUn and Mnllooery ot every dcKription. Il Uourinten- aI.. ... U ..n f ..11 as.i.rlmnnt .,f awnrvlllino In lltili linfl WD1CD HUH W n '" aaaivt ua . v. -a j : , buiineei m:n can dpsiro. The Blank work will be manulacturtMl Uotikl manner, and warranted to give aatiiiaction. Knirance on iiipn in.---.. rix CLERKS OF COURTS. We now are X printing for teverl of the Clerk, or Court., an elegant stylo of tlliink Clerllflrntee of Nntornllrallon. Those who may want them, can no auppm-u on .nori ooiico. augM SCOTT . BAHC3M INK STANDS, Metallic Pens, Pen Holders, Paper and Letter Files, Notarial and common Wafera, Letter btampi, Slato., and .11 the varioua little ct teraa in the Station erv line, constantly on band at SCOT1 BASCOM'S. W RITING PAPERS Cap, Letter, Commercial. Note varioo. .hade, aad qualities-mledor us ruled-by the ream or .iM"'. a,a .... CiJ A A aM. vs , STEREOTYPING. Books stereotyped from new and beautiful styles of type in a manner not Inferiorto that of any Eastern Foundry. Particular attention paid to the Ptereotyplng ot Wood Cuts. SCOTT BASCOM. ENVELOPES by the thousand, gross, or smaller quantity of all .lies and deseriptic., plain and embossed, including a beautilul variety for ti-e Ladies may be found at SCOIT BACOM BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS, and Cards for Railroad Checks, Invitation Tickets, of an; color and thickness, and cat to any sire, may be bad at SCOIT BAdCON'S. A RXOLD'S WRITING FLUID, Maynard & l Mnn'anJ ilnnvpr's Inks Black. Red. Blneaod Ureea for ale by BCOTI basuups 1PRINTING INKS, for News, Book, Card, and Job work, all the various colors ha kegs and cans, for sale SCO! T A BASCOU'A. "DLANK BOOKS, of every description, from a XJ Rank Iedcer aft. sixpenny neimn suraaTn, on dkmi, or mmm faerared to any paTlersi, at SCOTT BASUO JaT8. 0 LD BOOKS RE-BOUND, and Pamphlets and newspapers bmd to oreev. oy bwiit at ss.-wa. nRAWING PAPER cut to any reqriired aize XJ at SCOTT nant;uji b, ritga strart. CINCINNATI. rpHOMAS SULLIVAN, Manufacturer of JL GENTLEMEN'S BOOTS, Walnut, between 'Ihlrd ana Fourth streets, tt doors abuvo KtLH At Mobton'b Bank, Cincinnati. Janll-Dm T 1TH0GRA PHY. Every description of XA Maps, Plan., VIowa of Building., i'otirii.,naiomioiiraw logs, Business and elhow Cards, all kinds of Druggist and other plain and fancy Labels, Bill and Lottor Headings, Fao fclmlles, cVe., 4e., cxrciifed in tho best style, at reaaonable rales, by MIDULKTON II WALLACE, Llihogrnphera nnd Uncrnvera, No. 115 (Odd Fellow.' Building) Walnut .treet, dnc8-6tn Cincinnati, Ohio. NEW FUR STORE. Jarvis &Fairchild, 149 Main .Ireot, Cincinnati, bavo an oxten.lvo and well selected stock of none but new and Irrah Fur., lor ladie.. Wo have this day received Irom Now Yoik, soma beeullliil apoei- . uiOL'ai i null niiL-U'a IH1AU nr,rf M.kCK llKA. men ui Hii.-nr.o auu uiiiui'iwji. ........ .. - ------- . VEU IIAT.-I. uovSOdly JAKV18 It FAIRCUII.D. A SUPERB ASSORTMENT OF FURS. J JARVIS It FAIHCIIILU, Main street, Brat door bolow the curuor of Main and Fourth, woit aide, Cincinnati. noviiO dly THE COST OF GOING TO HOUSE- KERPINfV Thn auhserlber having determined to put Ills E rices ut Ihe lowest remunerative point in view ot increasing Is sales, has no hesitation In showing his list of prices lo his customers, assuring thorn, (which is utmost needless,) that fur tbtxWity of article presented, tho price Is marked down lo its lowest posslblo rate. Other articlos may, and doubtless will be olleri-d lor less price, oesring too same saape ami usme, uui uu-lois with a view of making up the diaerence, the articln cannot no ol tuo samo quality. Having my line oi imporiaiiou mm manufacturo now fully complete, no other establishment can honestly undersell me. A. my profit, will necessarily bo small, I cannot afford to run any risk wuatovor In credits, therefore the cosh will bo expected on delivery of the goods. In neeltvlnir mv nHe-na so closelv. 1 am determined to hold to my usual rule of selling t nly articles ot tho beat quality An Inferior claaa oi gooda would look choapcr on piper, but ycar'a uso would show tho difference In favor of tho best. . .I. - ..-,, l-'.l-,lnl.. -... 4.. .... .. aln.a mill h. A ruin auopieu in una r.simiiiujt-fc wi j.-o. ... strictly adhcrnd to thut of naming tho lowiatprlce.and atrlotly adhering to that prlco. I refer to list lo show whut con be doiit) toward houso-kreplng for $30. The following list of articles, of good quality, which aro all requisilo in going to houao-kueping, may bet had for thirty dol lara, or any part at proportioned rates i 1 Kitchon Shovel and Tonga, 2 Painted Pall., 1 Tinned Iron Snucepnn, 1 Cullender, 1 Flour Scoop, 1 Cofleo Bollor, 1 Sugar sicoop, 1 Orator, 1 Barrel Cover, 1 Tin Dipper, 1 Half Barrel (.'over, t Egg Whip, 1 Teppor and Flour Uredge, 1 Hasting Spoon, 3 Tin Pie Plate., 1 Bklmmor, 1 Tin Wash-Baaln, 1 Meat Fork, 1 Dish Pan, 1 Moat Knife, 3 Table and Tea-Spoons, Iron, 3 Scrub Brnshc., 1 Chopping Knile and Bowl, 1 Dust Pun, 2 Tea and Cotlee Canister, 1 Dust Bru'h, J Japanned I. snips, 9 Brooma, 1 Match Snfo, 1 CoU'eo Mill, 1 Chamber Poll, 1 Clothoa horse, 3 Smoothing Irons, 1 Flour Sieve, 3 Largo Cedar Wash Tuba, 1 Oil Filler, 1 WnihBoard, 1 Knife-Box, 3 Dnz. Clolhes-rin., 1 Door Hat, 1 Pet Table Mats, 1 Kitchen Tablo, 1 Britannia Cotico Pot, 1 Potato Masher, I Do Tea Pot, 1 Flour Pall, II Knives St Foi ks,coeohandlea, 1 Ppico Box, 1 PuirCnrvoistomstch, 1 Pastry Board, 1 Cor! screw and Funnel, 1 Rolling Pin, 1 Largo Waller, 1 Clothes Lino. BURNET'S, corner Fourth and Sycamore. Cvf November 1st we remove to our Now Store, No. 14 East Fourth street, Cincinnati, Ohio. odl GIBSON HOUSE, Walnut street, between Fourth aud Filth, CINCINNATI, OHIO. O. II. UKFl'ltO Y, Proprietor, loto of Walnut Street Uouao. npO-tl WALNUT STREET HOUSE, Walnut st. hetweeu tilxth aud Seventh streets, Cincinnati, Ohio. Jyu-dtf j. w. Bvvi.Br., rropneior. 17 O. GOODMAN, West side Walnut St., X-J between Columbia nnd Pearl, wholesale dealer In nil va rieties ( ol WHITINIJ, PIMNTINU & OTIlF.lt PAl'fiH. ' si fur Suffuld UttgU Millo Writing J'apcr. aplO ENVELOPES. ,SIJ0 M Bull tfnvelopeai , . IUU U IV UUP. UU , 55 M Legal do ; 100 M Note doi ALSO Nolo Paper., a beautilul assortment, just received by K. O. (lOODMAN, ,p10 77 and 7U Walnut .treet. 'RENCH COMMERCIAL LETTER PA- J? FUR. .100 reams Bluo and Whito, just received nnd forsals airoduced prices. K. uuoiimah apiu 77 nnd 79 Walnut slrwt. T?RENCH PLAIN CAP and FOLIO L'VST, 1? Blue and White, Just received and for salo low. K. li. liuuunan, aplO 77 and 79 Walnut atreet. rpiNTED ENAMELED CARDS & CARD X BOARDS. A beautilul articln, manufactured by Messr.. Bliss, I'otter Co. 1 have tlie largest and cheapest stock of Carda In tho city. K. O. OOODMAN, npIU i i ana rj tvoinuinu, nmnumciurcru nKuui. f AFFLIN BROTHERS' WRITING PA- I J iKna Ihavn been dentine inlheso faiinrs for morolhsna year, and find them every thing one can wish, as to quality anil Crlce. Tuey nrnine nigneat graue oi raper manuiaemreu in uiw nlled Plates; always glyasHllslactlon.and used once are wauled again. A full assortment lust received. 0 I.' ri oonnuiu ,pl0 77 and' 711 Walnut street. OHN H. DETERS, Manufacturer of nilllTH AND KIIOES. No. 41, Houth Side Third Street, (opposite Masonic Bulldlnf,) uini.inriAi i, u., Mr. D keep, constantly on hand a full assortment of fine Dress and rVnter-l'rool BooU and bboes in all varieties, which will bn sold at very low prices N. B. Fine Boots forwarded by express, snd warrant! d to fit, upon all orders accompanied by the Cash and the measure. apiu-iy UPHOLSTERY WARE ROOMS. West end Exehonge Block, Broad Street, Columbus Ohio. The subscriber has juat received a largo and beautilul atock ol Material forth manulartuia of MATl'KKSSKH ol every de scription, such as Spring, Curled Hair, Cotton, Moss, Palm Leaf, husks, ac. A Iso. matt rial for l.ounres. Cotsand Comforts, and In fact, every other article appertaining to his lino ol business. lie naa sparca no uains in procuring mo very ur HiniBnai Hh h .. uiven his entire attention to his business ibrtho peat eight years, and tenia eonlidert that ha can givo entire satisfaction. He Is also prepared to do l.phnlitering in all its branches, f wit: Decorating an i Cushioning l'ewa of Churches, Certain and Cornice hanging, Carpol laying, loom Co ers lorChsirs, Solas, snd erery description ol CushloEslor Kailroad cars and tamily purposes. WAlilii.N'fi'ATKNTriOFA BKDS.so much In use and high, ly reeommendrd in New V nrk, Buflalo, Philadelphia, Boston and other cilie... Tbiaoewartlclnlsnow Introduced Into Furniture Establishments of the very highest character, and la ad mi ted to be far superior to any other r)o;a Bed; It being a mora coinlortalile Sulaand complete Bed, an n changes trom one to Ibe other with greaterease and despatch tean any other. It forms an elegant sola without any appearance of a bed ; and with little tnorethaai a touch, becomes an excellent oca. Columbus.July 13 BUtl. n. n. nartr.it. NEW WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWEL-KY 8 TORE. yirnt Door North sr the Noll lloaiae sSnlranre. Theaiihacrlber. tn eonnnctiiin with Mr. C. 8. F.uia. havlni leased Ibia Htoro lor a term ol years, have) ttted it up lor the purposenf making it pleasant and saay ol access, to theeliisena of Columbua, and vicinity, i. now opening one of the beat aaiort. ment. of Cold and Stiver Watche., Clock. Ladfea' and Oentle-nren'. fine Jewelry, Id all Its variety of pattern, etyle and price, now In market, f liver plated Hpoona, Fork., Butter and Fruit Knives, Hold, silver ana pieei Fpeciacies,segeiner wna a general variety of furnishing and lancy gooda. In odorlng my nrat ad vertisemcnt, least only ask, on common with others, a share ol your calls and patronage Uooria will be sold at a moderate percentage, and wauaiCTio la every sxsnc-r as airaxsavrXD. All Silver .old by me will be marked in the best .lyl", without charge. Watch repairing done la the beat manner, and guaranteed; having had more tian twenty year, practical experience, at the East, and intending to give my personal attention to thia depart-ment, 1 would solicit your patronage, engraving and Joboing done in the neatest manner, ut.hor aoflee. Old Gold and Mlvertaki a In exchange lor gooda. Columbus, July 20, 183. it. V. UUMBAK. STARLING MEDICAL COLLEGE, Co i.mnm.v The rerular course ef Lectare. In this Institu tion, wiil commence nn Mokdat, the, If of November, and eon; Unue foermoalba. The VWisiiaaTr Court, eonaistinf ot six Important specialities, beginning on the 18th of I'CTorxa, will continue antil the 1 st ot rioveitibr. FAVIIjTV. R. F. PADDOCK, H. D , Prolenorof Anatomy and Pbyslol- CIIAS. A. I.KE, M. D., Professor of Materia Medic, Therapeutics and Medleal jurisorudenre. FHKDKItICK MKRKICR. M. n , Professor of Chemistry. SAMUEL M. SMITH, H. D., Profeesorof Theory and Practice R. L. HOWARD. M. D , Profesenrc-f Snrgery. FRANCIS CARTES, M.D-Professor ol Oostetrlea, ., and of Patbolosy. u. t;. rAitrkE.it, sa. li uemonsiraior oi itnsiomy. FEKr Lecture. 60.00. Matriculation 1,00. Graduation I 0. Dissecting Ticket 5,0O. By the expenditure ot atmnf ten uwassas aoiiars, aarmgiae presmt year, on our noble edifice, the Aneto-aieal Theatre will be nnUbed. and the Hosvital open for the reception of patients, and many other improvements completed, snaking the who1 a ant perfect structure. All inquiries will receive prompt attn- tsno if aaoreaeea to "" ""i", nt7 ireaus or we racnity. iai i. in winter nRF;s noons Js. S larger stock ana uwirr Tariny mw-mh Lainee, Fmck and Kngnah Mfrinoa, Merino Robes, silk and WOOl, auiiwwwi pimiH m wu v., j - - - Sep 1 1 " '"-.. " u-u Dtevisns a e. DRY & FANCY GOODS. ORE NEW GOODS BY EXPRESS. The largest and most splendid stock ot ioaks over otlo cd In this market, this day reueived, varvlu price Irom 61 loviuu. Aiiarecuruitiiiyiuvuea tocsin amino them, octl3 allAI'LEY it HALL PARPET STORE. Now opening, for ho V Falltrado, a lull assortment or Uruaaels Tapesiryanu ei vet Carpeting! Imrulu Carpeting In great variety, truin:)7Mi to ill iwrvidi ehnnn Cntlnn and Heme Carnetl Oil Cloths, a widths) Ruga, Mnta, and a beautilul assortment of Laca and Swiss Window Curtain., wlilcn will oe sola atinoiowosi prices W, A. & J. u. sicuur ol uu oc9 next door to tho American DRESS SILKS. Black and fancy Dress Silk., In great varltty; p'sin black Silks, all width, snd quaiuiea, just recoirta a( mww.w , oe9 no t door to tho American, LADIES, call at McCOYS', for the best assortment of Lace., Embroldorod Collars, Under-llandser chiefs aud Sleeves, Swiss and Cambric Edgings and Insertions lo be found in the clly. oc pURTAIN FIXTURES, &c Splendid as- J sortment of Curtain Fixture., Juit received such as ; Brasa Cornices and brass Curtain Holders; Cords and Tassels; Ojmp Curluln Blinds; . " , -fatcnt Curtalu Rollers ; Assorted colora Woolen Cords; do do Tassels; do do Fringes; do Worsted (iIiiids: And many other artlclea lo Iho Hue. For sale by oel3 OaiiOIlN St STEWART. PT. SNOWDEN would beg leave to call the attention of bis cuatomera. and tho puhlio genorally, to his unususllv lariro stock of rich Fall and Winter Roods. Thank ful lor tho very liberal patronage ho has heretofore received, ho would respoctluity solicit a continuance oi ine same, p. end ing nis Pest endoavors to please sii. oca DRESS SILKS. A very large and beauti. fu 1 assortment from 815 tu $BU per puttorn juBt oponet by loclj HNOWDKN. R1 1CH DRESS GOODS. All Wool Paris de Laines, American and Persian cloths, ic, Ilc, the larges asaortmcnt in Columbua, at (oc4 SMOWDKN'a. "DRENCH MERINOS, and plain all wool JL Del. sines, ot every shade, color and quality, ran he found at oc4j cnuwiji.ns, QNOWDEN has opened his Embroideries, KJ embracing omhroldered handkerchiefs, from fllty cents tn 023. t;oiiars, muann ana laco aicevea, cnemiseties, vests flonllonand Valencienne laco eollurs, sleeves and chemliettrs, cambric aud Swiss flounclngs, ed(!ioLS and insertings, A c., tn which we beg leavo to call the attention of the ladies. ocQ T ADIES, we have a complete assortment ot XJ zephyr worsteds, chenellle, cheneillncord, embroidery silk, cotton and linen nosa, rrencn wonting couou,erocnc( eotiun crochet worsted, netting noedl-f, gold, silver and aleol beads pursn rings and chuns, can always bo hsd of oc4 SNOWDEN HOSIERY, all sorts and sizes, at oc SNOWDEN'S. T ADIES' SILK AND MERINO VESTS, of XA superior quality, can always bo found at oc4 SNOWDT.N'S. GENTLEMEN, you can always find cravats, pocket handkerchiefs, shirts, glovcsond hosiery, merino and silk shirts and drawers, &c,&c., at ocl UNOWDRN'S. ONOWDEN keeps the best assortment of K ares., cloait sua mantilla trimming. 10 no lounuin uoiuin bus. oc4 TiANCY BRACELETS, new style purses, J- i fancy basket., hair ornamenu, and any quantity of fancy good., just opened by oc4 SNOWDUN. 1 7 ALL AND WINTER GOODS. Rich all wool Delaine, and Ooshmerea, French Merino., and Thlbo Cloth., Haw Silk., and Embroidered Kobe., and a full assort. mcnt of Fancy Urea. Hoods, now opening nt i .er ' sitPiivu. - J - intt fsi ha i il'SC - DRESS TRIMMINGS. Dress, Cloak and Maasllla Trimmings, in great variety, always on hand at oc9 UcCOYd. RIBBONS. A beautiful asSortment for Fall trade, cheap at sep) McCOY S GENTLEMEN'S GOODS. A large assort-ment of Hilk. Wool, and Cotton un ler shirts and drawers, Fine Muslin rJhirts, (,'oltnn and Merino Half Uoao, (iloves, Silk and Linen ilandkerchiefs, Cravats aud Scarfs, at lowest price can be had at sepSUj McCOY't! T INEN GOODS. A large assortment of JLi Linen Napkins, Towclings, '1 able l.incn and Linen flieet. lngs, just received at sep'29J MoCOY'd N EW GOODS ! NEW GOODS ! Enough to supply all, jnat received at Iha New Cash Store ol il't UALL. All arc cordiully invited to call and ex- bllAPLF.Y amino tbem sep7 A P. STONE & CO., Wholesale Dealers is Fokkion and Amrbicsn Dkv Coods, and Agents ot the Eastern Manufacture ra for the Sale of Sheetings, Printe,Cot-ton Yarn, Bulling, 8aliuetta, Tweeds, Jeans c., Vc. fin. ;i t ommerclnl icow, Cnlnmbim, Ohio, First Doorsoulhof Koitnn It Bancroft's Augusta. 'S'.'-daw A CARD. Partnership between JAMES D. OHROKNand FRANCIS 8TEWAI1T waa formed on Ibe I2tb August, lor tho purpoao of carrying on tho Pry Good bnalnf an, uuder tie name ot USUI1I1N Mt,Wll NOT1CK. All persona indebted to the firm of J. D. OHBORN i CO. mutt make Immediate payment it is our intention of placing all of our accounts and notes in the hands ol collectors, it payment is not madu soon. scpirj J. D. OMIOKN it CO. NEW GOODS The Largest Stock inCo-lcxbi-s The CHEAPEST GOODS in Ike Cf.. Just re ceived our Fall aud Winter (tnods. A large stork. Cheaper than any other house no mistake. Wo are selling our large atock lor caah, anil it will be the In-tereat of all who w nut cheap gooda In ritll and aee v.a. ep'JJ UniiUKJH St B l bWAIll . A LARGE VARIETY of beautiful and fash-lonabledreaa trimming and dress buttons suited to the sea. SHin, juat received at sep!7 WM. R1CI1AKD8 St Co. MERINO, Zephyr and Silk Ladies' Scarfs, of benutllul desiun, maybe fnnnd at sepia WM. KIC11ARD8 it CO'S. "EMBROIDERING SILK BRAID, and coral Hi colored Worsted Braids, aro kept by vu CO! Sep 1 8 WM. mCilAKDH it CO. BROCHA, Cashmere, Crape, Bay State and F.mpire Slate Shawls, in great abundance, are just receiv ed, (reab trom New Uork by seplu wm. uiuiiAtiun or uti. A GREAT variety of Colored and Black VKI.VKT and other Fashinnahle Dress Trimming and Draaaitattoes, at IseplS) WM RICHARDS It CO. BLACK SILK Lace Mitts, long and short, with and without fringes, for ladies aad anitscs. Also, Silk, Kid, Cashmere and Phillosell Olovea, will be sold at low prices by eil7 WM. RICHARDS 4k Co. A VERY fine article of Ladies' Silk and Me rino Vests, may be hsd at sepld WM. RICHARDS Ac CO'g. SILK and Merino Shirts and Drawers, Lamb's Wool HalMlote, and heavy winter Silk (iloves, article, that are rare in this market, are always kept by sepllt was. K1UUAKU3 at uu. LADIES' SATCHELS, and Gents' Travel-i In Bftf i, void cheap hj VIEW; STORE AND NEW GOODS, in Baekus'lllock, east side of High street between Town and Rich. IIKSDArlKH iUAPLKV V HA 1. 1, would respectluBy Invite tnr attention ol the citlensof Columbus andsurrognd- Ing eouetrv to tbeir RtW 1M tllLXNlVK STUll W GOODS, whlh tbty ar now rrcriv.rg, eonpriMn ll tb Tarietfo of I Hllner n4 Vnmrj Drm !, t'lonka, Ac , A' rh4fa they will aril u .ow rnn h iflorc.rd. l!llHiM-rtopp;tfd with 4i)OUsand rATTrKKai low at tt any plc west ot Naw York city. i;oiu m ij"ufsi, yjcmjwt zz. iroi COUNTRY-BAR'D & COLORED FLAN N ELS We h.ve for ue !5 pa Bar'd ConMry Flaenrla. SO pa Black and Red bar d circleville Flannels. S pa Heavy Twill'd sod riain do do. SO ft Red and Bine Miaed do do. 1200 ibe Black, White, Ked ard MiM Wool Yarn. Bo d low fur cash. I wpXSl OSBORN TE W A I1T. Q PLY AND INGRAIN CARPETING V SO pa 3 ply aad Ingrain Carpeting, Vmtlful Fall stylos, at low nneea. tA pa Rat Carpets. 55 pa Starr anal Dining Roons Carpets. Floor and Forahere )ll t Utk, all wi.lthsaad pricra. We havenxpeneooed worknsan to make and ft Carpet at low sep?j uewns k rir-nssi, ORUSSELS AND VELVET CARPETS. hootm ot ved.atonr Carpet toTa.Mps Brnasel. nnd V Tri Can-poos, to on nold nt lower r asaas then ever orVred. tep3a OSBORN Sx fTKWART NEW-YOKK AliVEilTISOIKMS. most w. it. m'donald'b auvkhtisinu house, 102 nassac-st. n. v rpo WHOLESALE MERCIIANTS.-John X O. HuNDKnuoN" & Co.. No. (12 Huo du Faiihourg Poiaton nirot Farii, and 174 and 176 Pearl itmii, New York, viler fur vftloHn uxtenilvn BuortmfiDt of Frencb and American ArtlAUI Mowers, b ember and Ornnmeiitij Italian, French, fciigluh una Amorioftn Btruw Hunnrti, Hibbonit Sic, 'J'ho auavA, rhletly of our own niBiiufacturo, embracd the inrnut and molt vhtIpu stnek to ho found In the united tniu, Sum pi may Ito aceii at our wurrroom tn New York, JanllUm-M' rPHE LARGEST SILK, RIBBON AND X THIMMINO IIOUtfE IN NKW VOllK. THOBIAS G. HTKARM, Importer and Ji bber of Si'Ms, Millinery and Fancy Goods, Ilia, Broadway, New York, has now lu slore, and Is daily receiving and dieting at the lowest prices, a complete assortment of Goods in his lino, embracine; all the various stylus and designs, consisting of Black and Funcy Hilka, Mnrcelines, Floreuees, Shawls, Trimmings, Bonnet Ribbons, Tttirota and Hntn Ribbons, Dress Trimmings of all kind., French and Kng-lish Crapes, Crnpo l.laaea, Kllk Cravats, Embroideries, (llovns of all kinds, bilk l.nre Milt., Hsrepes, l.acca, White floods, Ilo-aieiy, I.. C. Handkerchiefs, ti a. The umleralaned invites thn nr. lention ef Ihn Trade, and his Irlnnda generally. Oreat Induce, monls ottered to CASH and shout tims buyers. THOS. (J. BTKAUNS, IGS Broadway. dec31-ly Bet. Liberty street and Maiden l.ane, N. Y. BUILDING HARDWARE, Wholesale & Rktatl. Splendid Porcelain Door Furniture, French Window Knobs and Lntches. Bell Fulls and Levers. Finger Plates. Mouth Piece, for Sneakim Tubes. Wroueht nnd csst Locks and Latches, Sliding Door Trimmings. oVo. The subscrl- hers would resneetfullv eall the attention of owners, builders, and others to their atock of the abovo goods, now comprising the largest assortment to bo tounil In mo country. Also, nne Till, 1'ml Locks, and Night Latches, of Chubb'a Bramah's, Day's and olhnr celcbrntod Mukera. Brass Locks and Trimmings for ship uso. Solo Agt nts oi Dixon's Btnck l.emi uruciunn. tIAIilierill s eiAi'l, junl-Sm-H' 49 John street, Now York. SEWING MACHINE. Singer's Patent Straight Needle Ptrpendicular Action Setting Machine Se cuted in the Uuitrd Slatit by two diitinct patent: thefiret granted Augutt IS, 1851, theticond April 13, 1851! Tho only machine prlvlloned to uso a straight needle, Within a short time It has been awarded seven gold and silver medala at Fairs in dillerent States. In less than two years tho reputation of this great labor-saving machine has been estahl.shed in Ibis country and in l'u rope. What spinning machinery is to tho old spinning wheel, tilugor's Sewing Machine is to other mode, of sowing. It has already triumphed over invcterato prejudices arising from the salo ot Imperfect and worthlcsa machines. It has been introduced extensively into large manufacturing establishments and Into the bands of individual operators. It sews every variety of materials, coarse or flue, cloth ob lkatiIkb, with marvelous rapidity aud surprising strength and beauty, performing the work as fast as ten persons and much bettor than it can be r nne by hand. Thia machine la compact, ornamental, durable and it easily sdjuated and operuted. Fnll printed directions for using it ore furnished with each machine. The price, with all appu-ralua complete, is $1S5. Soino persons are endcovoring to sell Territorial Rights for Sewing Machines which make a double tambour raveling stitch with two nekdlrs. nnd orders aro received for such machines to be furnhhtd for H5. Thean machlnea nro not in a fnrm to be of any practirAl use. The twoncedlea cut and weaken Iho ma. terlals anwed, andI lliey uso twice tho quantity of silk required for good machines. They aro quite Inferior to Wilson's, Lerow & Blodgett's, and other machines which the public have tried and rejected, and would bn bad property If they could be bad for nothing. Exclusive rights to vie and tell to olhtrt Sinorr's Sowing Ms chines, in any part of tho territory of the United Stab s, not disposed of, will bo aold on reasonable terms and so as to insure to tho purchaaera immense profits. The right to makt thtte machine! is never told. F:itherof the Express Companlea, or merchant, visiting Now York tu buy gooda, furnish a convenient siindlum to procure machine.., and a draft, payable lo our order in New York, will alwuya insuro a machine, perfect and complete, being sent as direcod. The machines, lu operation, and finished tpcclmcns of their work, may always bo freely examined at our olllces, No, 158 Broadway, N. Y.s No. 651 Wahinglon street, Boston j No. 57 South Fourth street, Philadelphia i No. 15!' Bnltimoro street, Baltimore, and Nn 197 Kim street Cincinnati. N. B. Machine Needles, Silk Twist on spools, Linen Thread, Ac, mniulactured for fheso machines expressly, nlwaya on band and lor salo. iiiaca cux 91 per pounn ; cnniion i,oo. decU8-3m at' I. M. B1NUKH It CO, BOOKS FOR THE PEOPLE. J. S. Red-riKLD, No. 110 and 112 Nassau street, Now York, haa recently nulillshrd the following new and pop' hnnk for uy uuoktt Hera teuerniij i 1 Speeches and Aridroaiei of Thos. P. Meagher 2 Cap Khcut, a Freih Bundlo, (l ewis Myrtle).. 3 Chevaliers ol France, (Herbert) , d Children of Light, by Caroline Chosebro $1 CO 1 00 1 M 1 (0 03 &o., by 5 Regal Rome, by Francis W. Newmsne 6 Dlseovoiies In thn Mfsjlsaippl Valley, Ac, Marquette anu others, cvo. maps, c 7 Tho Forest. 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Chapin.) 50 87 Lay. nt the Scottish C.vallcr.. (Aytoun.) 110 28 I. yra and other Poem.. (AlieoCarey) 75 89 The Book ol Ballada. (Bon Oaultlrr) 75 :ui 'I ha Ladins of tho Covenant (Anderson.) 123 31 Lillian aud other Poem.. (Prao 100 32 Works of Edgar Allan Poe. 3 vo 4 00 33 Rrnnrhilla and Kindred Diseases. ( W. Hall).... 1 CO 34 Wright's Sorcery and Magic 1 85 35 Tho Night hide of Nature. (Crowe.)... 125 3d (irisrnm en Ventilation. Colored plates 100 37 NRpier's Peninsular War, complete 3 00 ;t9 Itciehenbarh'a Dynamics of MagnMlsm 1 25 IN PIli:8!. AND NEARLY READY. 1 Napoleon in Fxilo, by B. E O'Meara, 8 vols 2 00 3 Tho Pretty Plab Illustrated by Dailoy 3 The Spc-rhca of Ihe Rt. Hon. T. II. Mneaulny, 2 vols... 8 Ml 4 A rHrny Yankee in Texaa, illustrated bv Darlev 1 85 5 Nick of the Woods, by Dr Bird. New revised edition, 1 t'5 6 The rpeccnea. Mute I'siiers and Mlsccllaneoua Worka ol linn, w ll..-ewtml 3 vuli , Bvo , each ilM doclHSm b'd STARR, SON & CO. S. S. & Co. still con-tinuo ftt their old tlarid, 117 Water Street. Nrw 1 or It, and keep roost m It on hntd a Wrgo atsortment ol HATrt, CAl'rf nnd ST1UW (iOODH, ol Ibeirown mauutnctnrA, which llioy oil ft r to Catli i.d Timn luyert od tn mott librml trrun, at a tlifttit adTaoco from not 'J heir long rxprrirnce In IhU branch o( buions cnablra them tn odor influrcmctjii to buyn trldom mrt with, tnd an examination ot th( ir t-'ck li pirticulnrly invited. OrdT rf-fprrtluliv aollctted, and cpo cialattcmfoii paid to puchiug gooda for distant trade. sTAIlH, PUN & UU t docl4-3ai-u' 147 Wstor atrert, Nrw York. WENCH'S HOTEL, corner of Frankfort X street and City Hall ariuar, (opposite the City Hall tnd Park Fountain,) Arar York City, waa haVt and opened by thn ant ciitwr. May 1, and n fined and lurniahrd, August, 18.rC) he trusts that for eonTenioncn, elrpsncv, comfort nr.d economy, it ctihDfit be surpassed in tho world. It contains mora rooms than any other tlott 1 nn thia con tin nt, savo rnn only, all of which are warmed jrratia. They are all fitted up with marble top wash stands, which are supplied wilh Croton Water thntuch silr-platrd cocks. There is bat one b?d in arot inj the bulls and watf r eloseta on erery floor will be lit with gas during the ntgbt. Tbla hotel iaeondurtrd on the Kuropran plan of Lo-ig tnft Itooms, and meals aa tbey may be ordered tn the aparloua and aplendid Kcloctory, and la in the immediate vicinity of Mtr cantilt bnrineu, and the principal pi aces of amusement. dec aiinr it. ntbntu, STRAW GOODS. The subscribers invito attention to their stock of Panama, Leshorn, Canton and P.dali Braid ll-ts. Florence, Silk and Fancy Straw Bonnets, ol every description, constantly manufacturing undertbeir own In apcction. comprisina; nne ot toe nest aaaorted and largest stocks of sjnods lo be found in tho city, and at prices which will dely rompetion. A. l.EI.ANU sV CO., no jo sm-si i 1 rear i lu, corner ot I'lne, new l ore. THO.MAS DOUGLASS, (late Bluxn & Dovotass.) Commission Merchant, Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer In every description of AMKUICAN HARDWARE, Nn. 5 Tlatt street, lour doora from Pearl, New York. Manufacturer of tho Premium r'tcrl Squares; A rent for Bee's Brsces, Turn.rewa, &r.; Also, Kendall St Taylor's Thermometers, Barometers, sVe.; Union Butt 1'o's Butts, Gata Ilinrra, Brackets, Are ; Brown It Brother'. Eheet Brass, Brass and Copper W ire, Kivrts, S.C.; Heweomb s!mitbs' Hetiows, e. JllUMan lfilUIJL.AS9, AfA FARM, Jr., lovll-ly late of the firm ol Child, Farr It Co., St Louts ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL, between Spring and Broom street.. Broadway. New-York Tit KAD WELL, ACKKR-, Co., Proprietora. This maqnilieent Marhle Hotel, une-quaied in architectural beauty, and inali the appliancea that min-iater to contmience, comlort and luxury, will be opened abont the lstof Deo mber next by the sutweriters. Centrailysitusted b. Iwera the fasnionab e and business portions ot the cily. it pre-enta unrivaled advantages In point of location. The ediuce was ererted tor the tfss'es. Messrs. 1 aitauvrsriL it Antna. by D. IL Ilaiaht. Lao . and the Interior arranrem-nta ar rerards ventila. tioa. sVc are as an entirely oricinal plan. It la the deaign of the nndcratsned to render the ft Atrttoina in all respecu a nodkl llovaxol the very hfrhest c'a- and to give It a reputation in all ita drtsBnt which shall he known anil appreciated through-tut the civilised wor'd. 1. P. TRF.A DWELL, J. P. ACKER ov8-3md-at V. W11ITCOMB ? RES H SUPPLIES OF STANDARD lYUHRIIBWWl ' , ! v, rnK'pi Hie H VOIS , CTO. r-trleaiaiid'sliaeesisci i d; mi ovnlsHvo.; sraraet clolll. Kertelop-dia Americana 14 Tobx, fvo. Irvina'a Works IS vols , 1 2mn. Chambers' Cyclopedia ol English Literature 8 vols And srrf-ry variety of Ftandvrd and Miaoellancona Booka. For sake by (oci) BURK st RANDALL. tn-V(IKK ADVERTISEMENTS. SPRING GOODS, 1853. Wm. H. Knoep-fkl. 90 Wllllnm street, New York, Importer and Jobber n French, Osrrnnn, Engliek and Vomettie Ooodt, for Tailors and Clothiers, bss received by late arrival., large and well selected stock in Gorman, Kngllsh and French Cloths, of all grades and styles. Mohair Coatings, Drap D'Kte, Queen's Clulli, Alpacca and Worsted Coatings, Casbmeretlo. Mixed and Clouded Zephyr Cloth, plain and twilled. Fancy French and Rarnalry Drills, Brown and Yellow Linens Fanny, Plaid and Figured Marseilles, White and Bull do do. Drah Bilk and l.inon Coatings, together with an extensive assortment of TRIMMINGS and other goods, suitable for tho ClflthiltK Trade, on the moat favorable terms. Particular cash or short-time buyers, and all who study their Interests, will call and examine his stock before purchasing else-whero. - JanU.ly-as' -t QQ SPRING IMPORTATIONS. JlOOOo THOMPSON, POTTKR ct HUMBLE, No. 1711 Market street. PhllsdelDhla, will open and oiler for aale. alter tho first week of January. 1BS3, their spring stock of LA- i r.t, Hmnituiuii.Kii'JM and airt in, irem ma moss coienrated manufacturers, of Dul lln, Bi llait, Ulasgow and Lyons, comprising some of tho choicest and newest goods of tho season, In Collars, Capes, Edgings snd Inserting), Flounclngs, Infants' Waists, Robes, Ilonlton snd Valencienne Goods aid Lace, s to which they wculd call the attention of tbe trade janf-dlOt COLUMBUS. TfOR SALE. I will sell all my LANDS in J- Franklin oounty, west of tbe uV0mile .tons, on the Nation al Road, being about 10.000 acre.. Also, about 1510 acre, in Madison county ; about 10,000 acres In Logan, Union, and Hardin counties all of it of superior quality, and much of it improved, will be aold In lots to suit purcbaiers, and on liberal terms and time. Also, all my Land eaat ot the Frnnklln and Jaekson Turnpike Road, lending from Ihe old Court Huuse, in Frnnklinton, south-wrat of and adjoining Columbua, about 200 acres all of which will soon be cut up Into City Lot of varioua sizes, and sold on the moat roiisonaljlo terms. roclO M. L. SULLIVANT. pLEVELAND AND CINCINNATI TELE- Vj GRAPH COMPANY Agreeably to Ihe ptnvlsions of Iha first seullon of the By-Laws, as amended July 8, 1853, an an-nuul meeting of the stockholders of tho Cleveland and Cincinnati Telegraph Company, will bo held In the city of Columbus, Ohio, at said Company's olliee, on the fourth Wednesday In January, 18311, being Iho Mill day oi snid month, at 10 o'clock, a. m., lor the election of officers for said Company, and for tbe transaction of such other businea. a. may ba brought beforo said meeting. Also A tnretlug of tho Board of Director, of tho above named Couiwanv. will be held at the samo place, on Tuesday, the 25th day of January, 1853, at 10 o'clock, a. m. j. w. wurii!,, pecreiary J9n8-(tr C. and C. Telegraph Company. FAIRBANKS' PLAT-FORM 8CALF.? E. & T. FA I Hit AN K ct Vo., St. Johntbu-ry, Vt. One reason why theso ?calos are so much more durable aud reliable than any others, la the fact, that they ere stronger and moro massive eiieh modification being capablo of sustaining a miicn greater amount than Its rated capacity, uut tlie unva- -In- nuHniill., nt lt.n a.ilj I. am. 'J'"t3 r ,V,IV. " . ... ;f'VlT- aontiallydependentuponthomocban- laV leal skill and long oxuerlence of the finrtner in tho lirm who haa Ihe entiro direction of tlio manu-acturlrg department, nnd who never allows a Mcale to leave tho worka Imperfectly finished and tested. Ten manufacturers have introduced into their establishment a vast amount of machinery and tools, bv which almost every part and piece of each kind of aca'e is made and titled with tho utmost precision and dispatch thus reducing the cost ol manufacturing, and henco their present low prices. Eztractfrom tht Examining Committee' a Report, Next York State Fair, September 10, 185S. "Ton varieties ol Faibbsnks' Patxnt Scales, Plats-oem, Countkr, Flour, A c , Sic , etc. "K. It T. FAIRBANKS Iz CO . St. Johnsburv. Vt. " Tho high celebrity to which these Scales hovo every whero attained, makes it needless for your Committeo to say any thing iu commendation. " fiuuiu it,, in ni, i.ii-jr um cvri ai v must, on most evenly balanced and exquisitely finis the nu.-ino hii. mt is enough to boBi theao seales aro used even, handed Justice Suffice it, thnt they as ever are most poautlfully constructed, nnlsiied. J no weieht ot hear tnem down. Where Justice to all la sure to bu meren out. " We award Diploma and Largo f-IIvor Medal." The subscribers, having been duly appointed agents for the aale ot tho above unrivaled Patent Scalua by the manufacturers, keep constantly on hand, or ran furnish at short noliro, any approved modlllcatinn of scalo for thu use of Hallroad Companies, Warchuurea, Stores, Coal Dealt rs, and for tho weighing of hay, live atock, AVo , Arc, at the same prices ra told at New York or at the manufiictory. Cur friends aud tlio public are Invited to call and examine for Ihemiclves, Bt our now Warehouio, on High street, south of Ulch. docl-dly DECKER St HIBBd. COLUMBUS CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY Near the corner of Third and Gay Streett. Messrs. E. St II. F. BOO'l Hare manufacturing and have constantly on band, ut their establishment at Ilia locntlnn above named, all kinds ol Carrlnges, Buggies, iic miulo or tbe best materials, by the most experienced workmen, and warranted to do good service Tho proprietors are both practical carriage makera, and all work ordered from tnem will sive good aatlstsclion. Repairing done at Ihe shortest notice. Tliev have hnn nnrrelna niiih. business In thla city somo ten years, and truatthey have some claim to public patronage. oc7dly pROCKERY, CHINA and GLASSWARE. J Tho subscribers Invite tho attention of purchasora, and the public srnrally, to their laroo, new, and comDlete stock aa above, to which they have Just added a large variety of NEW iiuuii?, consisting in punoi ii iM.-yid, tea ami TOILET WA UK, While Ironatonn, Clilnn Finish. Also a large assortment ol COLO Hi; D IRONSTONE WARE comprising Printed, Flowering Printed, Japan Lustre, c, sVe. iu a variety oi new patterns ana snipes. To our stock ol CKOCKEKV WA UK wo shall maka constant ndditinnadiiringthnSpring.by direct ImporUllonslrom the most celebrated Pottorlea in turnpe. rroncn until tiand and wnite China, In setts or pieces to suit. Also, China Vases, Colognes, Motto Cup. and Saucer., sVc.,&c Molar, Hall, Hanging and Bide Lamps, Lanterns, Lamp Chimneys. Wicks and Shades. With a full assortment of Girandoles In softs or pairs; nne BritlanniaTea setts, BrittanmaCoflee Pota, Tea Pots. Lamps. Candlesticks. Castors. Jaoan Waiters sue! Travs, Silver Plated. German Silver and Briltannla Tea and Ta ble Spoons, Table Cutlery, Sto., Szc, oVo. (J l. ASM WA UK, We have on hand a very larse stock. In eluding Cut, Engraved and Plain. Allot which we will ael) at the very lowest prices, and Invite all interested to examine be- lore purchasing. N. ot i. rusTtii, apt Journal Building, High St., between State and Town pOLUMBUS UMBRELLA AND PARA- SOL STORE. Firm Door North of Ihe Nell House Entrnnrc. C. S.EI.LI.1 ha. re opened his .tore, having it in connection with Mr. R. I) Dunbar, thoroughly repaired, where he offer, a arcoand extcnaivo assortment of Umbrellassnd Parasols, at the lowest prices. Being a manufacturer ol Umbrellassnd Parasols, be is aide to make it an inducement for those in want, to eall and look at his extensiro assortment, every one being made of tb n hcrt material Also on hand, a largo sasortment ol Canes. Covering and repairing donein tho best manner and at short dice. Pinking done ss usual. C. 8. ELLIS. July Sti, 1K52. REASONED LUMBER, LOW FOR CASH. KJ The Atibsrriberthavenn band a full aimrtment ot SKA- SUNK I AIM UK II and SHINfJLKt of alt kinds lor building pur-pota.Tbcv hare ftlto, in addition to thrlr Flooring Machine, put In upnratlononnexprnnlytorHurliicinff.and areprpparad tu fur mill, on thort notice, isUintxtr drcniod ononoorbotntldea,froBi ttinchot down to ball nnlnrh inthlckneia. Yfillovr nnd While Tine. Ash nnd Oak FUorlna, alrayion hand. Alordt'rtfrora a distance promptly attended to. Warebouarand Luttibpr V-rd head ot the caiitl,Colombo-, Ohio. apl BUTTLI-H, COMSTOCK CO. DISSOLUTION. The partnership hereto-fore existing between Iho under.laned, under Iha firm of Wetmoro dr. Remick, is thia day dissolred by mutual consent. The business of tbe firm will herealter he coniinued by P. M. Wet mo re. who Is sulhorized to collect ail debts due tho above firm, and who will pay all tlio Uabihtb a of tbe sarr.e. January l, ifoj. r. si. wim mukl,, J.nO Jim. C. HEMICK. TAKE NOTICE I have this day received, directly Irom hew York, n fresh sopply of Pisin and Fancy uaasimeies. Alto, soma ol tns rlcneat rancy eatin ncaris, worth 50 apiece; with some ot tba moat beautiful Patin and Pllk Cravata and aelf-adjusting Stocks ever brought to this city Cirntlemen will please call and examine. jani-uim A. u Bl r,wani. THOMPSON'S FEVER & AGUE POW-DERi'.ortas Ptrmanent Cars of CkiUt and Fever, Fever cad Ague, Dumb Agve, or any form of Intermittent Feer. Thern sre no di-esses so dcbiliiatina in thuir el) -eta upon tbecooatitn lion as the above, anil norm mora dimcuit to care ny isw s modes of practice. Tba Fever and Ague Powders will efleet n cure in cases of tbe longest slandim, aa wrll as provsa prevent ive in ins, sonaiug iuipi oi in, uinim r-"" e""' --j--hie, they act with certainty on Iha disrasv, tota'.ly eradicating it Irom the system, acd preventing a return t any luture period. for sale uy ur.Aut.r.1, i".v v-v Jsn3-d:iw Columbus. VLL PERSONS knowing themselves in any wise Indebted to Ihe estate of Joel Baker, dee d, will plena mak payment to the andersiiim d, administrator, on or before the Brat day ut April neiit Hi-w having claims will please present them properly suth-Biicatcd fors-ttlemenl. Jsnusry 4, lW3-dtf JOUN 8TERL1KO, Am'r. GLASSWARE. We have now on hand a rery rarg' atock of Ola. -ware, of Boston nnd Plttsburfh manufarlure. e nsiating of Dish, s snd Bowia, (all site, and kinds.) Candlesticka. Lamps, Cellcriea, fusrara. Decaatera, Tuna tiers, and sveiy article in ibe line. For sle by dccl5 N. at O roBTER. GIRANDOLES, in sets or pairs, silver and gill, new and rich patterns, now opening and for sain al the new Criekery St. ire ol nr5 ' WAG. FOSTEK I - 1 : , - ai V. . "st-iy.
|Title||Daily Ohio State journal (Columbus, Ohio : 1848), 1853-01-21|
|Date of Original||1853-01-21|
|Source||Call number: N 100, Daily Ohio State journal (Columbus, Ohio : 1848), 1853-01-21 16 163|
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|Title||Daily Ohio State journal (Columbus, Ohio : 1848), 1853-01-21 page 1|
|Submitting Institution||Ohio History Connection|
|Full Text||T VOLUME XVI. COLUMBUS, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1853. NUMBER 163 Tllf! IDailw (Dl)to State Journal 13 FUBMSIIKD RVKRY MOUSING, EXCRfT SUNDAY, UT ' 6C0II & BASCOM, jouitNAi, uuaDism, uian and fiarl btrbbts entranoi om wan. TERMS Invariably in atloaneti In Columbus, ().(IO aycuri ny ninll, ej-o-uu. Dally during the aauion or ine iCgwuuure, on Tri-Woeklv for thu rcmiilniliir of the vear. ftu.OO. 'J'lIK WHKKLY JOURNAL la furnished to oity subwrlljerii at ffl, ami by mull at Sl.GOa year. Uluus or Mr ana upward, Jfiaii it ten ami upward, S1.00. TUB Tltl-tViiKKLV JOURNAL b 3.00 a year. RATES OF ADVERTISING IN TIIE DAILY JOURNAL. (The following rates and rule! bare boon agreed upon between the proprietors of the Ohio Stateiman and the Ohio Stat Journal, to Do otntorvoa in ail cases, alter inu asm. -iwy su, im.j One square, 10 Ilnea or ten of thla abed type, for one Insertion, 60o. j each additional insertion, 25o. HiHiiiiii incscoiassaeoisoes tt (t It II It I 8 8 8 1 square, 1 25 'J 208 004 006 00 6.- 8. 9. 10. 15. 13. : 1 2 squares, 1 87 8 87,6 000 OOiSOO 9. 10. 13. 16 squares, ja 506108 00 9 0010. 12. 14. i squares, ,8 006 60 8 009 0010. Il2. IhTm. I ., .. BIT' TEAR ..-. I Changeable ' I 3 squares, Changeable squares, or quarterly,. ...&oo monthly, 45 !,8 column, monthly, ...... ..US, weekly, U0 V column, weekly (! dnlly, 13l) aauy, Standing card, 6 lines or less, for one year 810. No advertisement to be considered by the year, unless specified on the manuscript, or previously agreed upon between the parties. Advertisements not marked on the copy for a specillod number of Insertions, will be continued one month, unless ordered out, and payment will be exacted accordingly. All advortlsenieuts from strangers, or transient persons to be paid In advance. Tho privileges of yearly advertisers will be confined rigidly to their regulnr business j and all advertisements not pertaining thereto, to be pnid for extra. Advertisements for Auctioneers, General Agents, Ileal Estate Agents, &o., not to be contracted for by the year, but to be charged l,y the piece, at the usual rates. Announcing candidates (for offices of every description) to be charged at the rate of fifty cents per week, for each name ; thesame ro he, In all cases, paid in advance. Attorneys will Iw holdun for the price of inserting advertisements brought|