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VOLUME XIII COLUMBUS, SATURDAY, MAT 11, 1850. NUMBER 25 , PHINTKD AND I' U B L 1 ri 11 V. D BY SOOTT & BASOOM. OFFICK south-east contvnii Of HIOH nr. and scoar allkv. TEIIMS Itmtrliihlv hi ndvmier. The Dallv, 10 pcrfnn ln CotanbttS, per year .-.ffi 00 it " unit by mail out of ffnwnnfcui ft 00 it " duriii( tlir session, and Tr.V.vk.ly htlwfft of year In Columbus ft 00 Ily mail 4 00 The Til-Weekly by idaU S 00 Weekly in Columbus , tj 00 Out oi tht- city. by mnil, sintrle 0D To clubs of four nml upwards 1 23 To clubs ol ten and upwards, tu onr address 1 00 Dnlly. wlon 2 00 Triweekly 1 00 Weekly, single 00 To clubs of live nml upwards 40 Adverlitlilli;. The follnwinir rates nnd rules 1 ml vcrlinitiif have hern agreed upon between the proprietor of the Ohio Statesman and theOHo Stiite Jounml. to be oVerved, in till fines, nller thin .lute. July 'jo. 1849 lltlll V I'lllM-l'. One qure, 1U linei or let, one insertion eiirh additional.." ii 1 week 9. 3. . " 1 month 8..." . 90 50 .. 0 25 ... 1 50 ... 2 00 .. 3 00 . . 4 00 .. 6 00 .. 8 00 .. ID 00 .. 15 00 .. 18 00 .. 10 00 .. 20 00 .. 22 00 . H oo . 30 iki . HI 00 . 30 ih) 40 00 45 00 ' ' 05 00 Standing enrd, S line? or lens, per annum, fccoluinn.with 4 change, " " 6 . ' "12...." ' changed weekly... " daily with 4 chances .. . 1 12 changed weekly. . . liaiiy . . . 190 (X) (HOtlier cases not provided tor, rhargenble in conl'urmity wilh llie nnove rates. The elundnrd of measurement to lie minimi type. For each additional Kpuva in tbfl daily, inserted 0M inontli, or u greater length ol time, ami tor ench additional simnre inc i ted and. -I- the yearly rate, half price. No iulvcrti-imcnt to be roii-idereil by the year, unless it la spe-clfied on the manuscript, or previously agreed upon between the pnrties. Publishers not aceounlable for tbe accuracy of legal advertise- menu beyond the amount ohtrfed for their publication. Announeinu candidate (for otliee of every description,) to Ih charged at tbe rate of lilly cents per week, liir ciu.li nana'; tin' laiue to in id rasi'H, paid in advance. All advertisements from Itnnftn or transient persons to be paid in advance. MiaiibajinMili not marked on the copy for ipeolfled number of insertions, will be continued one month, unless orden-il out, and payment will be exacted accordingly. The privileges ol yearly advertisers, will lie confined rigidly to their regular busmen ; and all advertisement.- not pertaining thereto, to be paid for extra, , Advertisements for Auctioneers, General Agent, Reel Batata Agents, &c, not tola' contracted for by the year, bin to bt rhnrged by the piece, at the UU rates. No ADVRRTIEMKNTi CAN 11C IN.1KRTKD OIIATt'ITOL'SLV. AdTertiwnnentH for charitable institutions, lire companien, ward, towndnp, and other public meetings, and such like, to ho charged half price. Marriage notices to be churned 00 cent". Deaths inserted without charge, unlerS nccutiipaidcd by funeral invilatfnns, or obituary notices, and when so accompanied, to be paid lor. Regular advertisers, and alt uthers emding conmiunicatiuns or requiring BOtfOMi ! .m to call nttention to lain, aoirei-s, con-cerl. or nny public eiitertainnu nts where charges Hm made for admittaiice nil notices of private im-ociatioua every notice designed to eull attention to privaU enterprises, culcululed or intended to promote individual inlerett, can only be falMrted with the ttnderemidino that the uune Ii ii m peld tor. f Intended to he Inserted in the editorial column, the same will be charged at the rate ol not loot than 2t Oenil p'-r line, and then only when accompanied by an adverti-inetit. All leaded udvertis. iiienir to be charged not U than double the hove rktee, and meeenred ae if solid. 3dverli-einonti on tbe inside exclusively, to bo charged at tbe rate of 51) per cent, in advance on the above rrtef, Attorneys will he boVden for tbe price of everting advcrtisi-inents brought in by then. Counting Houo Almanac for 1850. JANUARY. iOI. I a. I m. i, w t. r.a. s.m. t. wT r.j. 11 7 8 9 1(1 11 IS 7 8 9 III II 11 13 13 14 18 Id 17 is 111 14 IS 16 17 18 III SO 2(1 21 tl 23 24 25 Id 21 22 23 ;4 25 M 27 ST 88 39 30 31 .. .. S8 99 30 31 lEBHOAHY AUGU31'. s. M. T- w T. r. s- s.i. - . v T.l r. i.j 12 1 II 2 3 3 4 5 (i 7 8 9 4 5 (i 7 8 !l 10 IU II 12 13 14 15 1 ' II 12 13 14 l.Vll 17 17 18 111 2(1 21 22 23 18 19 .'II SI SS 23 21 24 25 S6 SJ 28 .. .. SS 36 37 SglSlj III 31 MARCH? ShPTEMBilK. ..m- i. v i. k. . M. T. w T r. s. 12 1 2 I 4 5 (i 7 3 4 5 (i 7 8 9 8 9 111 II 12 13 14 111 11 12 13 14 15 III 15 Hi 17 18 II' 211 II 17 18 19 30 21 22 S3 22 ;3 24 SS S6 27 28 24 25 it 91 28 29 30 29 311 ; "i i ' ArhlL. OJTOBLH, . M. i- T. y I.Im. I..) K. V .. I 2 3 4 SI .... 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 III II 12 13 Ii 7 8 9 In II 12 14 15 Hi IT IS 19 211 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 24125 ft 27 211 SI 22 S3 24 IS 881 28 29 :lll . . .. .... 27 !8 2!l 111 II MAY. M07BM1IIS. 1 q. M. T. U f. r- S. gTj T." W T. f. 3. 1 2 3 4 1 2 I S 8 7 I S 1011 3 4 5 (i 7 8 !l 12 13 14 15 Hi 17 18 10 11 12 13 14 IS 16 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 3li 27 2 8 29 III 31 .. 24 25 2li 27 28 29 III , JUNE. DIOLMBER. ' .j m. t.w T.r, s. a. m. t. iv t I r. a. i 1 I 2 it 4 5 Ii 7 2 3 4 5 Ii 7 8 8 U 111 11 12 13 14 . 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 15 l(i 17 18 19 20 21 1(1 17 IB 19 20 21 22 22 23 24 25 30 27 28 23 24 25 M 27 28 29 29 311 II M " 6J Q I? W. A. NBhXs AttorucT nl Lnw nnd Snlleitor In ( hnneery. OFF1CF. with Win. Dennion Jr., No. P. Neil's hTchange, opposite Secretary of State's olflce. Iecl2-dly M. F. CONWAT. U 'OMLIN80N. It. F. CONWAY At CO., GROCERS, DKALEHH IN PRODI't'E, PlO IRON, AND - CointnifiNlon nnd Forwnrding .Ucrelinnla, FIIOSI STKIKT, Jy;jlyd POltTSMOL'TH, OHIO IT, D. BI!TTl7EfL In ii .. .1 ( . ... , I .. m I .( m. f'nl o mini's. (Iliio. Ollice, So. Neil's K('liHii;:e. i iji'iaiie Seen tury nl BtBkffl OflOO. jygr WILLIAM K. OILXOBR. CIIAHI.KS W. fill.Mor.K. W, E. A C V. OILMOttB Atlorni'yi nl Ln nnd Solicitor in I'bnnrcrj. (lllio .:. mm. r Mum tin, I Hwventh -treel, uH-dly CINCINSATI, OHIO. ii. COMSTOCK co. ForwnrdluK und Cl I..I.W NtntMUHa, Prodnec Dealer., arri Lard Oil ManulactnnTa, Canal lla.ili, COLL MH'., OHIO. 575nuwAY & co. Iron f oundry, Hronil .Irei t. neue the llei.L.e. tolmtl-Iiiih, Ohio. Stove, of .11 kind., and . great variety of Casting., aiwaya on hand, octl.'ll OR. ROHl it T THOMPSON'S OFFICE, vu.i, BmlMpi. nrpir tu Btiuu otMri Ll n!flee. High .L. Colnmlmt lu BBOaaB B. W.M.t i i P, SKiN A Nil HANNF.lt PAINTER, tlOVV-Utf COLUMBl'S, OHIO. WA I.TEiTtII R AI.I., .itlon,... I,.,,,,., -II,,,- 111 I.1IW. Cullllllllll.. Ohio. 4 LHO, a (;nimi-nolt.Ttotake the AcknowMgmenl of Heed. fl. t,,r tin- ii.ii- ,,1 .N, ,v 1 i,rk. y- Olfice on High .L, between Town and Rich. oetlW "iTn.r win tim; & ar.NTiscTON. nOOK-HKLLKHS and Swtioner., next door to the Clinton Hank, High atreet, Columbua, Ohio. A Urge uanrtment of lliaik. and Stationery always on hand. wm. innnr. M- e. i-iLi.rv SliintHT MI.I.KV, BOOK BINDER!!, High itrect, oppoute the Pulihe Office.. Co-Imntma. aug-20,'15 JOHN .HcDOWKI.I., Jr., COMMISSION ASH MUtWAKDISG MLKCHANT. noa-fini VHW OKLKANS BJWOTAL. IIL MAKIH'S Off ICE. corner of Rich and Third street!, ad U joining bia roaidenca, and opposite the First Baptist Church, dooll-dt? Altldti'T iV CO.. HKALKItS In liardw iu mid (,utl IV. i'oli, Nml-, OI:tss. IloufM U liuikiorn' iiiHterinl I'ju'iiiiiw inn! Mechiinicnl TooK Militiirv Sic, Nu. 101 Uivh .tnvl, aiti of tin' (lilt Padlock WHITE Kill MLIPPKHB. AN assortment ol LudiiV Whit.- Kid Clipper ju-t received and lor talc by dcc7 H. II. KIMBALL. OAVIS, K.1IITI1 dfc CO., i I'.' NI roilWAUDlMJ MKHUIIAKTS, Wool DoaJera in Otowitm mid Produce, Portsmouth, Ohio. PenoOM attention if Iven to receiving and forwurding gonda, find seHiie; I'roduee eoijj.ijtiieil formic. m;12-.11v. JBTNA insi.'Kanci-; (hwpany, OF Hartford, OoOPMtll tit- Capital paid in and wifely inveffd, $270,000. llie lUh'i riber. Agent lor tliia Company, l pre-pored 10 bike every dcci iptlon of Fire lnuance, upon liliera) UTins. Ijo'JoilH. Ii. ALKXAWDEH, Agent, Columbus. OI1N. SHINNEU cV IlILDUBTlG nriLL attend to all eaiK's.fn city or country, on the shortest no-T f lice. ( Jlli. e, Nu. 'Ml. llt-h street, oopu-ite Comiiu i cinl Itow. Itc Idencet oral the store ol Messrs. Wooabury 4: Kleld. Kntnince uu PrieDd street. 8Cp26-l3m COLt.MIIL'M 1NM lt,N ! (MI.MPANV, FIIIEAND HAK1NK. , 11H1.S Company continuea to insure every specie of liuililinif, and the luniirurc, machinery, goods, wares and bmhtndlie, and otiier prujierty contained therein, agidiu.t loss or diion i lire; tdso, sU-iutiboats, and all sail vessels, and the cargoes of steam-bouts, aail vei"aels, keel boatn, and other water craft, against tlie peril of Bean, lakes, and rivers, on the moat favorable terms. Juiie20-dtf DF.MA8 ADAMS, Jr., i-eCy. i.ivlhv ami Vale stahlejj Ktnic etreeii : door- Btui of die Pool onice. MOItSKS and CfJTUfea lo let, und UoitM bottlht ami Mild hv mr!4atnd 0, II. OLM.i'j KD t CO. I fin "UfrJ I'huento; 50 bncs Java Cottin', landin from Uni- a. vvf toil Mnteg, mi r sale by mm; ft hi:fi nfk, i 'iiiciiinnatl I KATIIEH. 100 bundles Upper and Skirtin- Lentherjust J-J reeeived by KINO X IIFI FNKH, P no Ul Winn -Ireei, ( ineinnati QVGAB AM) .MOLAS.SEH,-:i50 hdds Sugar, fair and ' pi line i oois .noin.-i-e- ; ior sale ov KINO A- HKFFNFIt, wtraa 9T Main street, Cincinnati OIL CLOTkVT IAHOK nnd splendid lot of Mahogany, Fancy, (iermnn, Chi. i new, Knulisli and American Furniture oil Cloths just re-eclviii aiul for sale by J, I). OSItOUN &, CO. TVOTIt'E. The nob's and arvrounts af (leorge (Jere ifcCo., nre 11 left with us. for settlement and collection. They must be paid without delay. iF.UK, AIJItOTT & CO. I oiumhus, July o, 10e PUINTINO ItlATKKIALH FOR SALE. ' Foil sale, low tor cash, or on short credit, a large apnortment ul Printing Matoriali, oonabttbu In part of Bu'pwroyaj hronftnltn Preaaoa. 1 Hmnberry Press. 38 Iba. Pica. :k) " Small Pica, 4'X) " llourgeola, nearly new. ISO HrettiT. 100 " Minion, m Minion, " Several fonts Fancy Tyja'. Also, Job Type of nearly every variety, part ot which h nearly new. Together with Htnials, (ialleys, Sticks, ('bases, Mules, Leads, ihook and newspuper.) Imposing'Stoties, and finally, everything usi-d in a printing olllce. Any portion ol the above will be sold extremely lov for cash, or on sluirt time. deell CHAS. COTP, Agent. SMITH'S VICES 'd Dome Me Maimtacture, The l.et in 'the . market, for sale at the sign oftho GILT PADLOCK Sept 10 HIOHLV I MPOKTANT TO HOI SK PAINTICIIS, HOUSEKEEPERa AND i ITHERfl Vaiamrle Oiscovkrv iv the Art ok PAixTno. Jamei Coppt'CK, of Mount Holly, N. J., has disrovered a simple procivs of preparing and mixing ctjrmuou while lead painl und all ilelicate eolurs, by which their liability tu change inul lo-e ibeir con., and beauty in the shade or dark is completely obvialed. ft is a well known fact ihat wliite paint In parlofl nnd other shut-up rooms, in pus-age and belijnd floors and shutters, almost invariably assume a diny, smoky, yellow hue, soon BfSBf being poUodj when excluded Irom the 'direct rays of light. livery good painter must desire to remedy this acknowledged evil. This he may now easily and ehfnply do, and be onnhled tn peribtin good work that will Iw eeefo and satisfactory lo his customers, and thereby secure him increased patronage by embra-Obuj tbe present opportunity to avail himself of this desirnble improvement in bis Art. Pleae call at this ollice to eximine certificates, Ac, nnd to learn how ihe ne-ef-ary inloi'inalion may lie obtained. ",' ' lIuiiH lo i iiei, v)oj and li amboatowiiei:- flioulil of course see that their painting h liprenfier done acconling to this tin- etiuitcanie alio nipeiiot iiicuiviu, ano uius iivoiu uie aiiiluy aie e, Inconvi'tiiciu e, uulKiilthinesi-and exp.'nsfl ot frequent repainting. Columbus, Doc. 22, i -I:- NEVVr 4JOtDsI WE have iu store, and oiler for salt! on good terms 75 doz. Chopping Axtu of favorite, brands. 4 doz. Broad ' " " 100 " Shovels i. ml Spudea 100 Mill ami Cross Cut San a. 200 boxes Window Ulass. lOooo lighu " E-ash. 1000 lb. Putty. 10 I llllMll Oil. 2(XJ kege Nuila, assorted. tiEItL, ABBOTT it CO., BOVQ ' At tho sign ol the Gilt i'ndlock. AltltAMJE.MENTS FOU I860. W I L LI A M M . K AS SO.N , Knllrontl UUpntch l oi wnrding und Couinilvsluu MtnlMt Warehirtme So. b, Wmlrr t'rrcl, B(Ttilo. nEVUCKO HAILS FltOM ALBANY TO HL'rFALO. First 1 V Uius IUU cents, and Second Clint (iti 01 nts. tier 100 ouutida. 1 hours Ironi Albany tu 1'utt ft. Aiir.T;. u. a. r.'iiiy, i i. v. iiiiei ; r.. rnemoii, niuiu-ay ; cuni road Ag"nis, liicllitn t', BpriD " Id and Culltinhus. ZS' Tu arnid debiy marh mkag A. B U. i(.,cfire of Wm. M. Karton, liutbdu. Ship by Albany noutsfrom New Yoik. (mni7 3md RAILROAD O.UMHI S " LINE. CnTZF.NSIeuv.il,! m the Cr, by calling nt the Srage office, North Kukt corner Nefl lluu-e, can sorvn Raftroad Ticket-, and al.-o havu tin; . tail tor tin in in any patl of tbe city. MrtMUjr B. O. UKAM, Bj O. S, Cuinpnliy. a. M. Hale 1850. FITCH 4- HALE, (SucemuTi to McEtrnin tV Filch,) FORWAItDINO AND COMMISSION UBRCHANTB, AND Dealers in Produce, Flour, l lii b r, Stdt, Fish, andull klndi of Uroceriee, at wholesale mid retail. N. P. The liiyhcKt narkel price paid at nil times, In cash, for Produce. Kuilroad BttfkUOfi oppoiito J. Ridgway t Co.'a Foundry, Co li'mdvs, Ohio. marj dtt COLUMBUS FOUNDRY. I . HIDGWAY & CO., M AN L'FAC T IJ U E S T E A M ENUINES, (IIOM new and improved pattrnis.ntnonti which is one for the MU1.LV SAW MILL, ol compact form, with MILL IKONS and fixture complete, nan lo DaMO toe ccicurnico, PARKER'S PATENT WATER WHEEL, RAILROAD CAR WHEELS, and all other IRON and It II ASS CASTINGS usually made at Foundries. MACHINERY of all kinds made promptly to order. BUCK CRLBBKATBD COOKIMi STOVE, Premium Cooking rtuvef, parlor. Shop, and Church Stoves and Furnaces, Fire (imle-.aiid PLOUGHS, all warnmted, nre con-stantly lor tale at whoj.ksalf and aETAiL on liberal terms. Merclmnts and others dealing in Ploujhsiind Sloves are respect-fully invited to examine our Block and price. Columbus. feblJ-tf A UflllTEt'T tll'KICIi llcelinnie.' Ilnll, (.'alum. A hu, Okla.-N It. KLI.LV informs tile public that .lurin. hi. ab.euee all hi. An hitectural bu.iue.B, Lligtnecring and Mh Tcvine. will be promitllv att. nded to at the above otnre by tie un'l. r.icued. 11. II. tUCKHORC, .1. -:j t -.1 Architect nml CttH Lugiim PAINTBata ril.l. find W.mb.w (if.-. : .. b. i'litiv. White L nd. hVd Lead l.illiar.-. 'I. furiH nhiii', .itii Li ami j inn, ior saie ai tluj algn of Uie I of the WUX I'ADl.UUI an PtPIMI II ANOINLiS. 4 LAUGL iifHortnniit ot I 'alar Ibuo-inm and liordera for sale A cheap by WM. A. McCUY & CO, i iinn.'. I CA It PBTING. SUPF.HFINF, llireel'ly and Ingrain Carpeting, floor Oil Clothi", and ruib'd Window Curtains, tor sale by mantt WM. A. McCOY St CO. iircLOTii AND BVQ. Z J l'gT reeelTed 25 pH assorted Oil Cloths, from I to II ft. wide; Ml 11.1 CI. , ill III. IT &0 assorted Clu nii, l ulled and other kinds, for sale cheap by an III u- mmmm -kt w k- i;r.. ,l I'luo silkc. from II to P ...i c nt-- oi r vnni j bfrtiniful iMtMa, Also, a few patterna more of thoc rich fancy ilk. winch have rniis-.t sucn a ru-n oi in mu 'j' . WM. HIC HAItD."" . a PRE! A anfl PRBflU arrival ot llueiia Vista HaUat WM. HICHAKDS'. BDLWKR'fl NF.W WuliK. Niitht and Morning. A Tale. Mr Y Uulw.-r Lytton.I'rieri5ct-'l-l, Wilmi.it.tiitid A Ni.vi'l I'riro etn. Whilr-Jacki'l : or, The World in a Man-of-War. By Hiram MiWillc. Jompletn In two parti. Mat $L I' or bale at too book store ot ap!7-iUltw I N WHITING Sl IIUNTINtiTON C10SMOS. Cosmos ; a sketch ot a rnysieni iecripiion 01 me J llnbrerae. T Alexander Von Humboldt. Translated from the German, by E. C. Otte. Now complete in 9 vols. PJmo. Aspect- ot Nature, in differ, nt Land, nml different Climates; with scientific elucidations. By Alexander Von Humboldt. 1 vol Umo. Eor sale at ihe Bookstore of - Biil8-diltw 1. N. WHITING St HUNTINGTON . r.n-ur r(l u in. lack Mm i-..nien oy ins son' O in law, John Wood Warter, B. D. Now completed In 3 oU. 8ro- Price J.jO. apltj-diltw Cnp uU mt rV.o Ri.nkatorp of I. N. WH1T1KG HUNTINGTON. MRTHUl'oiilTA.N PURYttAlT CLOD, Officee 88, Albnny Hun J, l.undun, England. 'IMIK Directors beg to announce that there will lie drawn for a i. Grand flerbM ot Porlraiu ol ull Horsca entered lor the forth-coining Ureal Derby RjOfl, Tin' drawing will be conducted upon those honorable principles which have hitherto given so great satlsfaetluu, and secured to the above Association such extensive patronage; and that while the pat mccess and high estimation in which tho Club i a held are subji ctn of pleasing congratulation tuthe Projectors, they encourage ciideavoum lor a still further development of their plan. I-or the future, then tore, the number ot Prizes will be extended to the Portraits ol till Horses that are entered tor euch jiai tieular Hace. Non starlera as well as Winnera and titurters. The following list is ti(,w open: 5,000 Member to each Class. First 'h- 10, second do., 5, third do,, ill. parties can have one or more shares iu each or either ol the diOercnt ' l - ToOM MciuIhts who draw tho Portraits ot First, Second and Third Horses, the other starting Horses, also thoso tl at do not tart (but which aro entered lor the Race.) will receive tho fob lowing jirjaes. The drawing will take placo ton days before the PsriMtfll 1 MfMMfll lutmiKii lUt) siii'i-.i uu j.iui'hg.i linl IlorM. ISMood Hum. Tlurd Hone Hie hiririin Hortnitint of bUfttn, NoouiIm. first Class 20,000 10,000 5,000 5.000 110,000 Second do. LO.ooo 5,000 2,500 2,500 5,000 Third do, 2.01 XI 1 .( X X) MO gQQ 1,000 The number ol Prizes to be di-tributed in each Class are aw, that beiiiu the liumlu r of Horses entered lor the Race. All Let' tcrs to contain a remittance Dralts, Hank Notes, Slc, addressed and made payable to the Managing Direetor, JOHN BURRIDGE Esq., HH Albany Load, Loudon, England. Numbers lurwarded iinniediatidy on Ihe receipt of a remittance. Full particulars of the Lace will be m nt with the fortunate Numbers to cai h Sulwiiber, hi that he may know his position and whether or not he be one of the lOTtUhatO. tjtllce commissioii 7',$ per cent , to be deducted from the above Prizes. N. K. Lists ojH?n tor the St. I .eger same as the above. pneH K1I1LLIANT LOTTBRIBfl FOR MW y B9t J. W. MAURY &i Ct., Manaokbs. - Hl.HDit: 10 rrlzrs uf LtSSOl VIRQIK1A STATE LO TTERY, for the bcnefltol Monougall Academy, Class No. 50, for IS.r)0. Tobedrawn at Alexandria, Va., on Satiii ilay, the 4th of May, 1850, 14 druw-n numlH!ra in each package of 2 tickets. . OK AND St 1 IK ME. 1 prize of $40,000, 1 ol e-.'3,000, 1 of 10,000, I of 4.000, 1 of y.OlH), 1 uf fbdQO, 1 Of 8,110) 10 of 1.2."0, 22 of 500, ic, Xc. &C Tii'ketsi?io Halves Umuters 92,50. Certificates ol pack' am ol BO Whole tickets 1B0, do do 25 Half do 100, do do 25 Quarter do30 .10,000! 25.(1(111 : JO.OOO! UaOOOl 100 prizes ol 81,0001 VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY, for the benefit of Monongalia Academy, Class No. 53, for 1K50, tobedrawn at Alexandria, Va on Batnrday, tbfl llthol'Mav, Low. 7ti number lotb'ryi:i drawn ballots t ai't.Kvmn scheme! 1 splendid prize ol $50,i)0il, 1 of J5.IHJ0, 1 ol -Jll,(HH), 1 of 1.1.. 000, I of 10.IXX), 1 of 5,i)lli, 100 of l,(W0, 180 of B00, Ac, Ac, A& Tickets I5 Halves 7. 511 Quarters S:t,75 Eilillis Sl.T' j CertUoatM of Dackafea ot BO Whole tickets 6200, of 90 Halt uiuu, of BO Quurter 50, of 20 Eighths BM, s:i 1,000! VIRGINIA STATE LC Academy, Class 5ti, for li Saturday, the 18lli of M in Prise of 1,100: TEKY, lor the benefit ot Miuiorigalia ), to be drawn nt AleNHiidria, Va., on , 1850. 78 number lottery, LI drawn ballots ! BH1LUANT SCHEME! 1 prize of :it.000, 1 of 20,1100, 1 of 11,H00, 1 of o.OtX), 1 of 4.000, .'JO ol J.Oei), 40 of 1,100, Ac, &c, 4c. Tickets glO Halves 5 Quarters 2,50. Certificates nf packages of 20 Whole tickets 130 Hall M Quarter 112 SO. 8l'I.KNDtD LOTTERY. KliO.OOO! IO,000! :lO,000! -JO.O0O! 200 priatM oi $1,000 are 200,OU ! 1,000 is the loweal three numhi'i prizes I VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY, for the benefit ot Monongalia Academy, Class E, lor 1850. To be drawn nt Alexandria, Va., ou Saturday, the 25th ol May, 1P50. 75 number lottery, 12 drawn ballots niULI.lANT SCHEME ! 1 Splendid Prize oftGUOOO. 1 ot 40.000 1 of 30,(100. oi 20,000, 1 ot 3,642, 5 of 3,000, 10 ol 2,000, 200 (lowest 3 Nos.) ot 1,000, &c 4kM Uc. v. ' ' . lu Whole Tickets $20 Halves lu Quarters w r.igmna VMM chcis Bjau wm - -i-v ot packages ot 25 Whole tickuta 200, do do ot 25 10, do do Of :.) QuiU -tor do $65, do do of 25 Eighth CertUicates ol Hall do tfljb, Orders for Tickcta and Shares und Certificates of Packages In the above Splendid Lotteries will receive the most prompt attention, and anoBdal account of each drawing sent munchutely al ter it fa over to all whom order from u. ......... Addiess J- y ' ? "J. ap23 Alexandria, V irginin. MAMAOBBB OFFICE. R. ARMSTUOMQ, AOtMT, Wheeling, Va. spkuilid BebemM for Slatfi MONONGALIA LOTTERY, Clusa 50, draws May 4, 16i0. 78 ljrUfBAUvl Of 18,000 1 Ol 10,000,1 of 4.000, 1 of 3,000, Tickets $10. A eertiticale of a package of 25 whole tlnkcts will bu suit for $121 ; tliarcs in propuilioo. 830,000. Mononijalin Lottery, Class 53, draws Mny 11, '50. 78 DUmbon , L3 ballots. mm i in 1 urize ol $50,1100, 1 ol 20.UW, J ot w.wu, i ui i.-.wwv, i 0X), 100 of 1,000. . Tickets $15. A certificate of pnclingeof 20 whole tidtets will be sent ior $212 ; share in proportion. Monongalia Lottcry,Claas5C,drawsMnylS, 1850. 78numbera, iZl?r oUIHOOO, 1 of 80,000, l ol 11,000, 1 of 6,000, 40 of l,- 10(1 1X1 ol 500 Ticke t IW A onrtltaH ol pnekngo of 50 whole lichen will be .t ut lur 1131 1 ,liirtd iu jirouoi tiun. KaxXllfc Lottery, Clue K, drew, Myi5, 1830. 75m- "onwolVoo..! of 10.000, 1 ol30,0C0, 1 of 80,000, lot 13,000, 5 i,l 3,000, 111 ul 2,0011, iioo ol 1.000 Ticket. IH. A oenMcW ol u imckago or 55 whole ticket, will lie .cut lor $270 ; .lierci in proportion. MonongnllA Lottery, ClU! tl, ilrawi May 7, 1830. 78 turn. e'ofi'OOO, Oof 11,000,1 of 3,000, 1 of 3,000, 10 of 1, "tmX, Sf A certhtate of a package of 23 whole ticket, will be Bent tor 808 ; ehwre? in proportion. Monongalia Lottery, Cel. 55Tv. May 17, 1850. 78 number., 'VVrtW of .35,000, 1 of 10,000, 1 of 5,000, 1 of 3,000, 1 ol TCb! " certitleete of packege of 20 whole ticket, will bo nut lor 168 i shares in proportion. ,i,. MoUOtllEU. Lottery, Clu.1 54, draw. May 14, ItoO. 78 ainiibera aifSl of 120,000, 1 of 6,000, 1 of 3,000, 8 ol 2,000, S06 of 300, ' TiS'15. A ccrtiflcte of a package of 20 whole ticket, will be aent for ,70; ihare. in proportion. Monongalia Lottery, Cl. 59. J.w. May 28, 73 nutntar.. 1.1 Hallow. -,, , .itaaa .1 nf 1000. 10 of ,i7e S'J.i.U'. 1 f.i iu.uv,'. i 000, H ol 250. . . ... .,.,,. ,v,. ui , ,,-k, I-,.,. A eertlll, 1" "1 " package , be Mnt for ,08 ; .hares in proportion. MALL KKV I.OTTE1IV. Drawl every TuinJay, Tliur.Jay and .Saturday, throughout the month of M.,y A eertilicale ol n pacKa5e m ,.c.o . 1, nelil Inr Wl" : IK'ivr, ; ' ' Address your orders to It. ARMSTRONG, Agent, Wheeling, Va. ap-J3 Monongalia Lottery. Class 39-9 M a prize of 1,000 sold to a young lady In Wl tling. Va. Monongalia l.otiery, Liass .i- 11) ya JU, capiiai jirize oi .io.iisi, -m LBTTBB ENVELOPES. aVUiBEOWII LETTER ERVELOPEBfoodiff. UUal FUU tide, juat received and tor sale clicup by 10 7 ). N. WHITIMi HIINTlMiTON ICHLY embroi.leml Cumin Muslin tnuyU- ha I th prvti WM, UOBABOt ap2 (;1I,1J1I1KRLAIX,CKAWF0RD&Co,,( DEALERS IN 1 I loin. Salt, I ish. Ac. AND FORWARDERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. CLEVELAND, OHIOt PPOPRtETOB I "I New York nnd Ohio, and Trny BM Ohio Lines. Ohio Canal, in coimection with New ork nnd oluii, mid Troy mid Ohio Line-, Erie Canal. fy Lllteral sdvtmees made on Produce, He, tor Sale or Sbip-tncnt. A O BETE , C. II. Cantleld. No. 7, Coentiea Slip, New York , J. H.il-'"J-No. 3-J, Coenties Slip, New York; J. II. Hooker. Troy, N. Urk ; Hooker Si Peckham, Hullklo, N. Y.; D H. Wheeler, Ohio ( anal. inarll-timd rvR. D HAKE'S NEW MEDICAL TREATISE An originn MJ work entitled A Systematic Treatise. I li-turu-nl, Ltu-bijienl and Practical, on the principal diseases of the Interior Valley ol North America, as they apiear in the Cauea-ian, Atrican. Indian, and Esquimaux varieties of Its population. By Danif I Drake, M D. 1 royal octaro VOL of 900 page. Neatly printed on line pa Ier, and in substantial learner binding. i or eaie ny '- ItKin NI1TH Di;-TIN 1 apll by HmMttM : i vol.. J. 11. RILEY!.'". WAI.I. PAI'KH. C3T reo-ivwl 100O ImlU W.11 P.prr of tlio l.tf it ,lyl( J h inrj,- n-.-i,rliii-nt i,l l'.T iinil (111 Wiminw rih.df. i- 1; alio id Cor nicr.. .ml Finn lluanl I'rinu, lor cho. ITL If RILEY Sl CO, I IVES OF THE CHIEF .11 STICKS OF ENGLAND ; by Lorn j (Campbell, London edition. J. H. RILEY St CO. npll IIHE 4SOEL WORLD A new Poem by the Author of Fe. 1 ,u, J. 11 RILEY t CO. pll MtOADWAY IKI TI'X, BY DAVID MITCHELL! Urond street, Columbiia, Ohio tp6-dtt CAPITOL IHM si. OH Will S. OHIO. M. NuKTIIUUP, Prophieior. 'II HIS new and popular Hotel is located in Ihe most central part style eonaj lo thai ol any Hold in the VVeet VhO Table d'Hot; is furnished Witb ev-erv luxury the market af. lords, and no pains will he spared to make the guest.) lee u HOME. Sta::i'S lor all tin' naite ", tdl it (hi- Inai-r inn.v tor in en , r- Coiivenieiil, ami tir-t-rate tablniL' and Carriage Hou-e attach i, ami experienced imd caret ul Oalers, always m utt- odaiic. m-ptHMIyl UNITED BTATBfl HOTEL -COLUMIH S." R() it K It T It I! MM V I. HAH taken the United Stilus Hotid, loented a few rods south ol his old stand, where he is prepared to accommodate and win oe nappy to welcome his old patrons and friends, and all oth ers wiii) may liave occasion to visit Columbus, in pursuit ot either uubioess or pleasure. (marJH AMERICAN saloon, (UNDKIt TfJI AMKUICAN HOTRL.) IT AVE jupt reeeivid Freeh Oysters, and will eoiiMtantly keep on M. I hand all tbe dclicacioi of the waum, hucIi a Oysters, Birds. Venison, Fresh Fish, Sardines, Ficklcd Oysters, CIiuih, Lob-teis. Ac., Ate. The Bar will he kept eonxtiuitly HUpplied with the purest Lhiuor, Wines, Cordial Swan- c No oains will he -.oared to Kratily the tanu and appe titca of the gu'ts of Ihe American duloon. 13R Oysters by the dozen, hundred or can. ocl-tf CITY HATob yPvolu nihiM, Ohiol fiORllEfi bUfa Btnotind Bufir alley. The proprietors of this y ostnblb-hineiit are now prepared to serve up Oysters, (lanie, Fish, and all the luxuries ol the season, in a ftyle un-urpaaaed. 'J'hoy have also addi'd several private rooms for gentlemen wishing to give supper--. The Bar is supplied wilh the het of Liquors and Choirs. On draught, Carew's Detroit Ate, tSehultz XX I'ale Ale, and Bottled Seoteh Ale. A splendid Lunch is served up daily, by octt-dtl j HAKKLlt A OLUBTED. I. Il l: INSURANCE. TV KW Y0UK ,-,r'r: W8URANCE COMPANY. Oillee Nn. fifl, i-l Willi slrccr. UORRIS FIIANKLIN, prtit. PUNY FREE-MAN, Actuary, Clinrter perpetual. Tho business of this company is conducted upon th" mutual plan. Its net earnings durum the lust three yearn amounted to over 81PO.0O0. Kaeh policy holder is a mi'tnlier of the eoiupany, and entitled to share in its profits, which have averaged ."ill pet cent, per annum on all premiums paid in. The premiums are paid annually, Iu eash, utiles they exceed S-'tO. in which case l'0 per cent, is required and 10 per cent, may be paid by depo-Uing a note lor Ihut amount, renewable, nu-nutdly, and bearing ' mt cent, interest. The amounl of it-- capital, the character of its securities, and its mode of doing hu-iue-s, make this one of the tafest companies in the Union, for Life lii-iinmce perfect futurity being after nil, soiiL'bt tor in investments ol' this, i, i I be. ciiiiiiiiiiiv will m-iire on I s of persons on any part of the globe, nl equitable rates ol uremiiiin. A man may insure his lite in the namo of his wife, so that tho amount iu-ured will go to bar or to his children, if phe die before him. Tin; many advantages of Life Insurance are beginning to he correi ily appreciated, and ihe prudent and OOnaldafBM daily securing tu their families and friends those advantages. The agent in this eily would respectfully call attention to the superior claims of this company. Any i n lorn i ii ti on ill connection with the subject will be eheer-lully uiveii, ami the applications for insurance promptly attended to. A. B. WO.MBAL'GH, rnf, 2d door south of the Franklin Bank, over Cult's store. Hod't Tiiomtsox, M. l., Kvamliiing I'hysician. mnS"J 'AKVI-:i WOltK. ARCHITECTa, Builder-, Free Masoll-. Odd fellow?, and others engaged In building, can be r-upplicd with carved work lor any purpose-, whether Classical or Grotesque, QotMe Of Arabes-iiue, Altar piwes lor churches, Ci ntn- 1'ieces to bupport ehande-liers, Panels for walls. Friezes, Caps, Tresses, &e. Gentlemen supplied with original designs ; Churches, Public Halls or Private Mouses:, decorated with carved work equal to anything on this side the Atlantic. The subicrilier has had ninny years experience, and can refer to many of his Works, public nml private. The curved decorations upon the filing of the Odd 1'el-loWa1 Hall in Dayton was aeaigned and carved by him, ami i BO knowledi:ed to be the moat beautiful and mot appropriate thing of the kind in America. The interior of tini-hed or old building's decorated with facility. Figures and tigurn heads for signs. .1, ItOBlN.SON, Carver, DcHI-d'hii Dublin. Franklin county, Ohio. TWO SIM. i:ino FAUniH. FOR HALF, by ihe subscriber, residing at Waterville, in the county of Lucas, nt reasonable terms as lo m ice and iiavnient. fwo of tht mutt uphndiit impruttd farm upon lac Maunie Hirer, to wit: l lie tarm Known ih tlte lloilu lurm, at Uamascus, noout iwenty-rtvo miles above Mauinee City, containing nearly .100 acre, 70 of which are bottom land upon the Mnuniee river. There are upwards of 100 acres iu a highly improved tnt. with good divelling and out -boil -e-, nearly new, orcharding and fruit trees. RM Wb k Mhl I'm i-an.1 j"- .i..i'h the Inrm. fbiiM nrlbrd-ing water lo all it parts, and ea-e ol tnuisportatiim to ueltJtv, Tnu la ona of tOO moat beautlfa farms upon the Mauinee river, and probably can scarcely lie exceeded In the Htate. Also, the farm upon which I reside, containing ne;irly two hundred acres, over one hundred of which are bhttUj improved, wilh thirty acres of bottom bind upon tho Mnumec. I'poti this tarm tliere are large ami very priMluetive orchards of choice grafted fruit, good dwelling and out buildings, a variety ol truit, eon-ailing of a large (pjantity of cherries, grapes, plums andpeaeh-(!H in short, a place which tlte ondcrnnwd bus fitted up, during a residence of tifteeii years, as a home tor himself. Terms may be known on appUetKOtt. marlli 11. HLLD. c'ali forma nu. m (.it tickets::: 'pHIlOL'GII TICKETS from IfeW York to Bail Francisco in tho 1 Muich. April and M.iy its mere, lor ale ly BLCKINGHAM STUIIGKS. I, lrj:i Zauerville, Ohio, Fr. SKJNNKIt, (La'tof Stic Urban, Ohio.) GENERAL Agrmy, Coinmisdnii and Forwarding Merchant, deals In Buitcr, Cheese, 1. ai i. and Produce in general, No. Reler to Justus Wright and A. O. Hii TmriUun, Pro. 4: Co., Cln- I elnnati ; B. W.fcarodynui Sl Co., New Lisbon; Gngff .v Llbott, Philadelphia ; John Smith, New Oilcans ; S. l. ltos, I'ort-mnuth ; Lawsoii At Covode, Well-viltr ; BWaH BM Gebhnrt, I'ltti-burgh John Scott, Nashville; W. C. Scott St. Louis. se-.'-dtt STlTECEtVF.I)," AT the old stand oppo-ite the State Houie, an unrivalled assortment of the hnest CLOTHS, nearly one hundred ditlcrent kinds ot Fancy ami Plain Ca.iiimeies, rich Fancy and Plum Velvet, Silk. Satin, (including white and liffcl colored lur parly and wedding Dres,) and wcol Vesting, Crnvitts, Silk nml Linen I'oeR. el HandkerehicH, SUlta, Boaomi nnd Collars, OOttOO and arool Drawers and L'mler-birls, silk L'nder-hirU and Drnwrr,Su-tien-ders, black and white Kid ami Silk Gloves, wool Gloves and Ilnll Hose ; and in brief, every article of the richest qutdity of gentlemen's wearing apparel to be found in tin; tir-t drapere.'tabli-h-menis of the Raat Tbepc goods were very reo-mly teleeted with great eare by the undersigned, in one ul the host Eastern markets, and are of the Ute-t and most durable styles that could be lound in New York. HtrainrerH now solourning in our city, and our citizens generally, are respectfully invited to call and examine before they purcha-e elsewhere. A. A. STEWART. N. H. Orders from any part of the State, as In reiobm-, laith-fully and promptly attended to. uov9 ClliriiEKINt a GILBERT'S P R I M I U M BOS T ON PIANOS, Just received and for sale nt manuiai turcr'a prices. A. REED, Agent, Four doors North ot the Neil House, aulO-dly Columbus, Ohio. E1TTI.E AlIAMI ItAIEHOAI). SPRING AND SUMMER ARRANGEMENT For New York and Boston two through trains daily change of hours. On and alter Tuesday, April 10th, ltJI9, until furiher notice. Passenger's Trains will run as follows : Leave Depot on Ea.t Front street, nt S o'eloek 10 minutes A. M., ami 3 oVloc k. P. ML for Milfnrd, Foster's Crossings, Dcrtietd. Morrow, Wayncfiville, Spring Vnlb y. Xenia, Yellow Spring nnd Sprinplield. RetnrninL', leavea Springfield at 4 A. M. and 21 P. M. Passengcre for New York, Bn-lon and intermediate polnt., should talie the 5, 10 A. M. Train from Cmrinnari. Passengers lor Columbus. Zanet-ville. W ln-elim;, nnd if item ie-dlate towns, should take the 5, 10 A. M. Train. The Ohio Stage Cniiipany are running tho following lines In connection with the Trains: A Daily Dnylight Line to Columbus from Sprincfleld in eon nection with'the Morning Train from Cincinnati. Also, Daily Lines to Columbus, from Xenin and Springfield, connecting will, ilm 1 P M Trin Iriini Cnicinnnti. The enra of the Mad River and Lake r.n nauronu wm leave Spiiiiulield at 12 M coiineeting won ine .Morning imiu irom in-iinnati for the present only. On Sunday bat one train will lie run, leaving Cincinnati at :l I. M., and -prn.tieldat 4 P. M. Fare from Cincinnati to Xenia Sl 90 HprinirtVld 3 80 . " rtandusky City SO N Buttalo 10 00 it Columbus 4 50 For other information and Through Tickets, apply at the Tick- el Ottice, on BroudwHj. ne ir 1-r.mt -treet, i nu innnti. WM. Cl.hwr.n i, rupenntennpnt. fP'Tlie Company will not lie respon.-ible for BaL'tfaneexcred-ing SI dollars in value, mile" the same i- returned io the Conduc-tors or Agent, and treiilht paid at thf rate ot a passage tor every MM) dollars in laho- alane ilmt aini.unt. aprfht JUST 1 apO U8T received and for sale, IOO brl !-. ('. TAH. by i . ME.rrnr.11, uicinnati TO PARENTS. A T WM KINCS DruL' Store esi-ei oil attention is naid to rhil dren t'rst, and after them idl others who may be pleased to favor him with a call. PATENT MF.DICINE8. Townsend'sSarsnparilla for the cleansing of hlood, and cure ol all scrofulous diseases. Onood's India Cholaeninie, and Smith's Tonic, for the cure of Ague and Fever. Thou-ands ran testify to the effleary of thcae remedies. B. A. Fahneatnck'e Sl Seller's ermifuge, well known to the public for years aa a certain remedy for expelling worms from the human system. Sellers Mver l lll" "to" " "imi' m,",u,,-1( ,. WJ inr-uniiie , the cure of Liver Compbunt and other diseassa arising from a de-ranKd itatc of the liver. Gire them a trial, and this truth will "'seller's Improved Coush Syrup, for the cure of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Intlueiiza, Tickling Sensation of the Throat, Wboop-im. ''-.iiiih Ar Ac. I'raskra Magnetic Ointment is gaining a name above all other lor the cure of Nerroua or Sick Headache, Bruned and Sprained Limbs, Rheumatism and Lameness, rora Lips, snapped ilanda Corns, Ste. . All of the above nvdirin-' ami nmnr other, kept constantly 01 hand and for sale at WM. RING'S DUFG STORE, Columbus on door south of the Ohio State Journal OftVe. augdtf DENT'S fBBM'H I'AI.F HOOTS. rUTOM rn.de line French C(0f BjU nt n. ri 50 .nd IM, for t KJMBALL' -Ii- - an-1 leather Store, Journfti buiding. toinuK iM of the tniled States, I HUM MARCH 4, IW9,TilMARCm, ISW. THE BXBCVTITBi President, ZACHAUY TAYLOR, of Loufslniia. Uco President, MILLARD FILLMORE, ot New York. ' THR CABINET. 3ecn-tary of State, JOHN M. CLAYTON, of Delaware. J,-..' ' 1 WM.M. MF.RL'DITII. ol i'eniisylvunia. .eeremry oi War. (JLOKliK W. CRAWFORD, of Georgia. Bm m arj ol tbe Navy, WILLIAM B. PRESTOM ofVlrVtnla I'ostmaMer General, JACOB COLLAMF.lt, of Vermont. Attorney General, RL'VL'RDY JOHN.iON. of Maryland. THE JUOICIAItV. 8UPBEMS COItrt OF THE L'.VITED STATED. Chlel Juatice, ROGER II. TANEY, of Maryland. Associate .In-tice JOHN McLLAN. of Oh PETEH V.DANIFL, ofVirplnia, SA.MI'FL NKLSON, ofN. York. LKVIWOODBCRY.ofN.Hamp. RUliLRT C. GUILR, ol I'eini JAMKf M. WAYNL. oKJeor-ia. JOHN CATRON, of Tennessee. JOHN McKINLEY, of Ky. HUBBEE OP THE XXXI CONOKE88. AHtlANUED ACCOBDINO TO THEIR KNOWN PREFERENCES WITH REFERENCE TO THE TWO UJlEAT P Alt TIC, SENATE. President MILLARD FILLMORE, Vice President of U. dtatea. occrcuiry asuurv dickkns Atchison. David H.d . .-Mo. Hale, John p K. H. ..N.C. Hamlin, Hannibal, Me. ..Ct llmiston, Samuel, d 'J't-x. ..Tent) Ilunlur, Robert M. T.d...Va. . .Mo. Jones, Geurge W. d Iowa. . .Geo. King, Wm. R.d Ala. ..Ark. Mangum, Willie p. N. C. ..Mo. MaBon, James M. d Va. . .la. Miller, Jacob W. w N. J. ..S C. Morton, Jackson, to Flor. ..Mich. Norris, Mosesjr. d N. H ..Ohio. Pearce, Jiimec A w Md. ..H.I. Phelps, Mamuel 8. w Vr, - .Ky. Pratt, Thomas ti. Md. ..Ala. Ruk, Thomaa J. d Tex. . . J'a. Seba-tian, Wm. K. d Ark. . .Ohio. .S-wnrd, Wm. 11. N. Y ..Mas. Shields, Jamea, d HI. . .Miss. Smilh, Truman, w Ct ..Qco. Sou le, Pier re, d Lou. N. J. Sprunnce, Presley, v Del. ..N. Y. Siurgeon. Daniel, d Pa. hadaer, George K. tr . . , Baldwin, Roger ri. r. .. Bell, John, v BantOU. Thomas II, d. . Berrien, John M, to Borland, Solon, d Bradbury, James W. d. Bright, Jes- D. d Butler. Anthony P. d. . Cass, Lewi, d Cliftfle, Salmon P.d CiHrke, John ILw , Clay, Henry, w , Clem-'n?, Jeremiiilj, d. Cooper, James, w Cnrwin, Thoma, te Duvis, John, ag , Davis. Jefferson, d D;iw son, Wm. C.k .... Dayton, Wm, l. MaUnaon, Daniels. d.. Dodge, Augumus C. d.. Dodge, Henry, d Douglass, Stephen A. rf. Dowih, Solomon U. d. . Khnore, Frank II. d.... Felch, Alpheus, d Foote, Henry S. d Greene, Albert C. v .Iowa. I unity, llnpkins L. d T .W L'mlerwood, Joseph R. k .Ky .111. . .Lou. ..8. C. ..Mich ..MUs. ,.R. I. i P'ltim, imam, to ...... . vei W idker, Isaae P. rf Wl Wales, John, V Webstar, Daniel, K. Whitcomh, Jesse, d Yulee, David L. d.. 1M. .IllSr. J r - J Flor, HOUSE OK REPRESENTATIVES. Speaker-HOWF.I.L COBB, ol Georgia. Clerk McClintick TofJJfO, of llhuois. Alliertaon, Nathaniel d Ind Alexnmler, Henry P. p NY Julian, George W.s i K H tit in an. David 8. d Krvr, .Itilm It. to Rbaf, Daniel P. to King, George G. tc King, Jamea G. w King, John A. 10 Kim:. Preston, d Ind Tex Md Mass R I N J N Y N Y Lou Iowa hu Allen, Charles,. . , Mass Alston, William .1. tr Ala Anderson, Josiah M. v Tenn Andrews, George It. ir NY Ashe, William S. d N C Aahinun. (ieorge, to Mass Avcreti. Thomas H. d Va Baker, Edward D. k 111 Bay, William V. N. rf Mo Bayly, Thomas II. d Va Beale, James M. II. rf Va Bennett Henry, n Y Itiell. William II. rf Ul Bingham, Kinsley S. rf Mich Hocock, Thomas S. rf Va Bokee, DifU A. to NY Booth, Waller, . rf. Conn Bowdon, Franklin W. rf Ala Bowie, Richard J. w Md BowBn, James B. rf Mo Boyd, Linn, d Ky linrk. Daniel.ip Ky Briggs, George, w NY Brooks. James, r NY Ln Sere, hmile. d Leffler, Shepherd, rf Levin, Lewis C. tint v i.iuietieui, itt!inTiil ti. tl Me Mann, Horace, 1 k Mass Mann, Job, rf Penn Marshall, Humphrey, tr Ky Mason, John C. d Ky Matteson, Orsamus B. u N Y Meiicham, Jamea, to Ver Meade, Richard K. d Vn Miller, John K. rf Ohio Milson, John 8. rf Va Moore, Henry D. to Petm Morehrad. Charles S. to Ky Morris, Jonathan D. rf Ohio Morw, Isaac K. d Lou Morton, Jeremiah, w Va McClernnnd, John A, rf 111 Mi -Donald, Joseph E. d Ind McDowell, Jtunes, rf Va HeQangney. Edward W.ai ind McKitsock, Thomas, 10 NY MeLanahan, J bum a X. rf Penn UeLane, Robert M. rf Md McLean, Finis E. 10 Ky McMulbn, Fayette, rf Va McQii.tIi, Jiunes, rf 8 C Brown, Alla-rt G. rf Miaa Brown, William J. rf Ind Buel, Alexander W. d Mirh Burrows, Lorenzo, w NY Burt, Armiatead, rf 8 C Butler, Che-ter, to Penn Butler, Thomas II. to Conn OabaR, Edward C. w Flor Cable, Joseph, rf Ohio Caldwell, George A. rf Ky Caldwell, Joseph P. V N C Cab in, Samuel, w Penn Campla II, Lewis D. Ohio OwJl ...!., . ,i" UlllO Mc Willie, William rf Misi N 'i Trnu N J Penn Ohio 8 C Me N C Geor Va NII Ver Mo N Y Penn Ohio Va N Y 1'enn N Y 111 N Y Pen Mass Ind Ohio N Y Penn N Y N X Tenn Me Ohio N Y N Y N. w. lj, Willim A. tn OL'le. Andrew .Jilcl(,.n,i , Casey, Joseph, to I ( btindler. Joseph R. tp (.'larke, Charles E. to 1'enn Olds, RUM B. d N Y Orr, Jamea L rf Cleveland, Chnuiicey F. rf Conn Otis John, 10 Outlaw, David, tc Owen. Allen F. V) Parker, Richard, d PeasK e, Charles II. rf Peck, Lucius B. rf Phelp. John S. d ITmmjx, J. Phillip, to nTtn ao, uasniaa w. Potter, Emery D rf Powidl, Piiulu, d Puttinm, Hiovey, v Heed, Robert R, io Reynolds, Gideon O.to aUcbardeon, Wm.A. rf Ri.-ley, l.ii; ih, 10 Bobbins, John, jr. rf Ida kwi II. Julius, id Robinson, John L. d Hoot, Joseph H.fJ Roue, Bohaii L. to Boss, Thomas, d RllilUey, Dnvid, W Sa. kelt, Wm. A. Pavage, John H.d Sawt.-U, Culleti, d 8ch. nck, Roliert C. w 8cheriuerhoni. A. M. at Schooleralt, John L. w Clingman, 1 bomus L. w N C Cobb, Howell, rf Geo Cobb, WtUamaasj RtW.sl Ala Colcock, William F. rf Cole, Orsaiiius. tc 8 C Wk NV Lou Ohio Ohio N C N C Pena Penn Ohio R I Wis N Y Mass Ind Wis Longer, Harmon S. ui Conrad, Charles M. io OafwQL Moaes U. Crowcll, John, $ DaoW, John it. J. rf Dela't ry, Edmund, Dickey, Jesse C. W Dimnuch, Mdo M. rf Diriiey, David T. rf Dixon. Nathan F. io D ity, James D. J Doer, William, a Duncan, James II. to Dunham, Cyrus L. rf Durkee, Chailess rf Bdranndsott, H. a. rf Et mis, Alexander, to Evans, Nathan, to Lwiiil', Andiew, rf 1 eaihcr-luii, W. 8. rf 1 itch, Graham N. rf Md Ohio Tei in Mis Ind Mass Penn howler, Urin Frcedley, John, w l lllli r, 'i'hoiiiiis J.D. rf Mo fteddon, .Inines A, d Va Gentry, Meredith P.w (ierry, Elbndge, d Trim Bhepperd, Auanstus H.tc N 0 Mo Silvet-tor, Peier H. to NY Ohio Spauldmg. Llbrldge 0. 10 N Y Penn Sprn-jue, Wiiham.ino Mich Me Ptnnly, Edward, v NO hid Stanton, Frederic P, d Tenn N Y Stanton, Richard II. rf Ky N Y Stephens, Alexander II. r Oeor Mo Stelson, Clinrles, d Me Mass Stevens, lliaddeus, to Penn Geor .Strong, William, d Penn Mo Pweetzer, Charles, d Ohio N Y Taylor, John L. to Ohio Md Thomas, Jamea II. rf Tenn Md Thompson, Jacob, d Miss Killings, je-iiua 11. J 1 Gihnore, Alfred, d Goodenow, Kulm K.io Giiiinau, Willis A. rf Gott. Daniel, to Qaand, Herman D. it OraaS, Jiunes 8. rf (inline I, Joseph, w Haalwift Tiiomas c. rf Hull, WiJhird P. d ILillowuy, Ransom, r Hamilton, Wilhum T. rf Hammond, Edward, rf Hamilton, Moses, w il i' ii mi. Hugh A. d llarlun, Andrew J. rf Hiirman-oii. John II. . Harris, khain G. rf Harris, Samson W. rf Harris, Thomas L. rf liny, Andrew K. te Haymond. Thomas S. r Hebard, Williain, tr Henry, Willinm, tc Hibbard, Harry, rf Milliard, Henry W. tr HiKiidnnd. Mfies, ! Penn ThoiupMiu, James, rf Penn Geor Thompson, John It. to Ky Ind Thompson, Willinm, d Iowb Lou Thurinan. John B M NY Tenn Toombs, Robert, Oeor Ala Tuck, Amos, to N II III Underbill, Walter, to NY N J Van Dyke, John, w N J Vn Venahle, Abraham W. rf N C Ver Vinton, Sninuel F. to Ohio Ver Walden, Hiram, rf NY N II Waldo, Lorrn P. rf Conn Ala Wallace. Daniel, d S C Ohio Uatkins, Albert O. w Tenn Holfaday, Aleander it. rf Va U el I torn, Mar-hall J. rf Geor Wentworth, John, rf 111 Holmes, sane E. rf AC Houston, John Vi . te Howard, Volney E. rf Howe, John W. j Hubbard, David.' rf Hunter, W. F.f 10 Inge, Samuel W. rf Jack-on, Willinm T. v Johnson, James L. r Johnson, Andrew, rf Johnson, IIoIhti W. rf Jones, George W. rf Del Tex Penn Aln Ohio Ala N Y White, Hugh, NY Whittles!', William A. rf Ohio Wildrick, Isaac, rf N J Wilinot, David, sd P-nn Williams, Christ. II. Tenn Wil-on, Jnmes, w N II Wiiithiop, Roliert C. Mass Wood, Amos E. rf Ohio Tenn WnialwHrd, Joph A. rf S C Ark Young, Thomas R. rf 111 Tmn Whole Number 999 Government of the Suite of Ohio. OFFIC ERS OF STATE. Trm tirirw. Govf.bnob SEARCH FORD, (ieanga.. Decern. -, ISjO 8rc t or State- HENRY W. KING, ummit. . .March 99, Ie5;i Acditob ok St.ii 1 JOHN W OODS, Butler Jlan h Tbbas. or dTATK ALBERT A. BLISS, Lorain. . Feb'ry Bt IKW Libbabian JOHN GREINER, Mu-kingum March 5, l-.'-l Sl I'REflE COI RT. Chief JtnoE PFTFK HITHCOCK, Geauga .h in.' EDWARD AVLHY, Wayne EUrUd P. SPALDING. Summit... WM. B. CALDWELL, ILumhon .. ...Feb'ry 16, IftM . ..Feb ry , 1H&4 . ...Msn h 5, I--.' ...March 7, I806 Att tGenebaL-HKNKY STANBLHY. Fairfield. Feb'ry 25, lf.M Rctobtkb IIIBAM I iltls WOLD, Stark June 1, 151 Clebk LEWIS HEYL, FranSlin .January1. 18M THE coi l mil s ami BUBBLE BALLBBAO COM. OWING In a disappointment in prornrini the ne-e'ary machinery tor two daily trains, there will." alter Thursday the 7th inst., until lurther notice, lie but one daily paenger train run in connectinn with the Little Miami Itoad. as follows 1 Eenvr i olimihns nt IE 14 oVIoeU nl niilit. Arrive nl Cincinnati nt IO o'clock, A. Us Eenve ClnciniMii n H o'clock, A. ' AniM nt Columbus nl o'.-lm k, I. BEs Omnibuses lor the acrommfalation uf paengere will be run by the Ohio Stage Company, bctwet n th,' depot and any part ol the city of Columbus. For Railroad Ticsrte apply at the ollice of the Ohio Htage Com- tm !,. I -..I r ..t the Nell ' ': The company will not be resptansil-V for bnaee eaceedinc tSO in value, unless BBB ame is rosnru iu '- , " and Mslit paid at tbr rateol a passage lor every jOUid value 'W """" 8. MEDBERY, gqp't. NOTICS rpllE parmerihin heretolore e.i.tmc under Ihe name of HcEl 1 run Fitch nthn day dinoliej by mutual conient. The buainea. of the firm will be Kttled by B. litih. fu. j-'-r.i " mi-b.wii. F.brary 1, 1850-fcb7-dtf H- FITCU. Itnilrond far Mniiufartorv. fr!!?,iWAVs KUMAMi, Mmmkmi ow-. UVEnBlltBbed at tins cenrral point the imuiuliicture o1 rTn.il! "rt Prelcht, Qravwl nnd HnmlCnr 11 1, !!! 1,11 1T Itailroa.i comnanWthatlt m tV a. t n" ! "I"!" VWW V "l '"fk. men, and to turn ma the bcWt Mnd ot work at lair prices. Sii-tI- l"T "uiy r 7''" ;"' r i Th ii tniiiHL-e oi Railroad companies ,s resi ,, t,ully ,uii,U.d. noiri: 1 1 i'ii 1 k. -A C Brown has n II .. .1 j m m , . nl iram 8m.- enoiue iiriu io 01 noie Leatner, which be will , i 1 to 1 KVft cents per Ih. Also, 00 dozen French Cnll Skins, (Ilditftl Pink and Fancy Linhii; do, 40 Ca.ws Boots and Shoes, aim ., assortment of Boots and Shooa of Home inanulm lure a:i a C BHOWN CiRVRN LAWN flRVMBUV. BTOTIOE U hereby given that Lots can be procured It) tiff! H Lawn Cemetery, until the lirst ol August next, at thf oeow mg pi ices : I' ll -t 1 iii'ti Lots Si crnti per square I00L Second ChUM Lots (IW cents per square loot On and after iba first oi Auust, the prices will bsas'oiiuwi: I n- 1 cla -i Lota 10 cents per square tooL Second class Lots 7W cents per eqw.re loot. I bint class Lots 5 centi per square foot The Superintendent will he on the ttrounda. In fair -v h r from 9 o'clock, A. M. unul f. o'clock P. M By order of the Board of Trustees. JyLl dtl&i.'lw ALEX. E. Ol.F.NN, I I -r, ' CA EI FO It MA OI TOOM:: HANKVI MnMUl GLORIOUS RESULTS! Nos. 21 38 77, the a rand capiUi pr ot 8.V),(HWI was sold by tho lucky E. S. Ciirr St Co . M Pratt st., Baltimore, Md. NF.W GOLD DIGGINGS DISCOVERED I CAI.IKHC .a THROW IN THE SHADE. The great luck of the old Urn: lit m n, i iirr a- lo., nastnruwn a eJoom over nil Calilornia .-oi-. n Wora, Persons who have tried their hick wilh E. N Can A lAs. Bad that there Is more Gold to It- had by the risk ot a lew dnj:ars with E N, Carr Sl Co., than the whole California mines coilll.lie-d The lucky otliee of Carr Sl Co., has done wonders the last month Their luck has no equal, please boar ths in imnd. Look IIKKBi Citizens and stnincerB who with tn uurchaae unrurrent tunrfa can, by calling on Carr Si Co., or addressing them a lew ' ii-'S through the Post, have all their business attended to with p 11 .lo- alitv nnd dlspateb. JUuiiey on alj I ..in. houlit and sold bV Carr Sl Co, Dinlls nt siuht on nil Bnnk Drnlt-on Fn jlnnd or IreHnd Irom one to one thousand Pounds can bo had Irom E. N. Car'' Sl Cos bullion and ftUS ottice, . IX Pratt street. LET THE GLORIOUS NEWS GO FORTH! Carr Si Co.. are makiiiL thf nennle rirh I H, h,.l,l h. I Nm 1 2 3 Ihe Grand J'nze ol. SlIXMiOO. 7 r y do 40 US), fi 7 A di. iO.IL ''llL'l 90,000, ThoBB BT8 only n (riW ot the lending I ilXna -tun the month by this lucky linn. We ehallenge the worU io HtWM the same nmount in the same leiiirth ol liui We say, u'ikk url ATPKNTION CUSTOMERS! We call your attention to tbe grand array of magnifi-eni l.ot-teriea to be drawn tin - month, January, lHoO. All business wilh this firm is confidential. Carr iV Co., pay all postage over 5. Carr Sl Co., pay the greatest attention to their country octree poinlenta. Our motto is, Hecrecy In all business transaction!. Attention to our customers, and all drawings sent immediately alter the loller? drawe, Give us the trial, and rest assured we will gtse jou,it not the Capital, a uood Prize. l YES I O YE81 O YE31 We call your attention, one and all, to ihia brilliant Scheme, to be drawn "ilith January. Tbe chances aru good, and depend on it Carr A. Co. have the Prizea. Carr Sl Co. recommend the Scheme. Curr & Co. will sell Prizes all we ask la one fnlr trial. " Nothing Ventured Nothing Gained I" Heineniber the chances Carr St Co. give Enclose tho money and receive the Cash. Please addresa E. N. CARR St CO., dc27 No. 138, Pratt Mreet, Baltimore, Md. OA BOXES first quality Mould Candles, &J UU sacks Coffee, U chests Tea. fiOO lbs. sott shelled Almonds. .11 barrels crushed and powdered 8ugar. 10 bales Candle Wirk. 10 bales Cotton Twme. Mnnilla K ' 1 j of all kinds. Wholesale and retail, at novW McELVAIN .V FITCH'S. FRENCH AMI GERMAN LESSONS. T C. CHBISTIN oilers his services as u-acher ol French am v German, to thoee persona who wish to acquhe a lliotoiMt knowledge ol those Languages, at very moderate terms'ill-le-ions will be given nt the retddenrea ol the pupils, and at til V school room, on Rich street, between High and Third, next lo Hi S. M. Smith's office. oc-ti LAM) FORHA EE. The undivided hall ot lr! 7y lisj mm of land, adjoining the city ol Columbus, 150 rodt rast ot High street, fronting on the Columbua ami Groveport turnpike. Title ItlflllJIIHallhl pfhWltOO Aottui j p.:i acre. Tcimoro .y. ,nl made known on application to D. 8. FOltMAN Columbua, Sept 4, 18iy. ,ttl FARM FOR SAEE. " (iONTAlNINfi 900 acres upon the we-t side ol the Scioto nv. J 17 miles north of Columbus, and 0 north ol Dublin mMW from the Lake Erienud Cincinnati Raihond, and 4 miles Iroin me Columbus Plunk Road. The land is tiri-t rate, Mi'acrcs undnr n proremant, with a never failing stream running through all pa a, I'here is a good itoM house, with hard ami mlfl watei pue M close to the door. There Is a suuar camp and orchard ot ftM1 1 fraftad trees. The location la very healthy, nud near the cubit , ted ulpbur Springs. For luriher iiiloi mat'on, apply upon the premises, ol nc.'Il-.lbm JND KOHINHON noXEstiREEN iI.ASSWARE.-Flasks.Oumi ftJ Pints nml Units Portor and Packing Bultlei. Jars, 'i'l mi bam, Vhlla, and Dnibd Ware ot all knds ; 500 boxes Flint Glasawan ; Wine liottlt-s, Molnsses Cans, Cream, Jari, TumhWa. Pan and Fluted. Also, Druggi.t Ware ol evej-y rariety, uuiitlaullt -i lc by N W 8PEEKS Oalftf . Columbus stmt, Cliii-iiiuall )t(U BOXL8 Beltevprnon Superior Wheel Oven Glass sl daUUU aos iron RH9toMMfl0j 41K) boxes double thick Imitation Crown, Plate and French, ol all descriptions; 9000 boxes Country Brands, sizes from 7 X 0 to 90 X H Constantly on hand at Pitubur.h price N W PP EF.lt 8, ocl7-tf Nn 19. Columbiana street, tmn "nt.t, Wl GAB am EVOAB HOI IHE :ioeassEk--.uu ' Kclineil .-11-10 - , .ill do a IJ .M,,bi-vi prune, bimlhia I Belle Uie, ami lor sale by apt. K'NG Sl HITFNER, Cii.clnro.tl ML'I.Es. very line Mules, suitable for Calitondr njfvnjl turers, may be had liy applyinu to ap6 KING St HEFFNLH, 97 Main it, GWn1 a't ! AISIXS 900 boxes, 100 '.. boxes, iUO boai-S. lid Iu 1- fniin Jt hu Adams, mid lor aide liy anie ny KING Sl I1LFFNKR, CluHnn 1 1 apti CAR RIAJE 1 I ; i M MIX.". OP liECF-8 Painted Cnnvags. t)d U " Dniimsk Linen. 4 " Silver Drat Broadcloth. 900 sett Brns Hub Bands. Duties, 'Full Lace, Pntent and Enamelled Leather, Aalas, frm and Malleable Castinus. Fmi Mile nt tbe .-111 of the (novi GILT PADLOCK IMtttl'OSAES FIU FI l;i,hillM. THF. OHIO EDITION OF THE Western Literary lacnzine. 'pHE firtt nunilaT of a monthly doRar NasMiosj wi. l lasnd M. by the subscriln-r, lor circulation in the Statu of Ohio, about the first of March, 1P50. It will he devoted to Eduratinn, Literature, Science, Arts and Morals, nnd SOBBS ol the besl wnleis 111 IDS country, and part'cU I foi ilic Wet, will be employed as contributors to its columns. The Miizazine will le Is-ued in large octavo lurm, each monthly number consisting ol thirty tva pagct. and will lie printed upon nod paper in a rtvie 01 niei'imnion exei nnon equai, m everv rw 111 1 1 lo llie In-t lln-lerii Mmiazin.-s. Each iiUinWr will be illus- tiat, d wilh a steel plate eugraiio ot the last kind. The TerniH nl the ! --1 me Will he om; dollar per milium, inenrtablij in advance, ot TE! o.ms per nsrsnbr, pavabll t" dM Agent or Post Master upon the delivery ol eai h nuiuter. For contrihuiions, which shall be wriltrn upon Such subjects, and in su h a style as shall be suitable lor inaetuon, tbe puLb.h er will mm Irom re to tkrtt dollar per page. No communication, except it la- poetic, will he received for ! th.'.n thrtr nor mure than sn ptuftM, nor will any I inserted with out In nig paid tor. If any person wn-ht-s to contribute on iboaa terms, he may direct his communication t the lubscribrr at CV lumlius, jmtt' paid, with his address, ami il it ia inreiti-d, BBBDVaat, according to the above tenn", will bj ft initted to th " thor as stHn as the communication makes us appeanice he t-1 Magazine. All orders for the Magazine, to be sent by mail, most be ad dre-sed to Mr Jamks (ioHSLiM . Columbus, ti n rsl Agent Ic . Iha State ot Ohio, arid must, i" all cases, em lose ovi dullar r,.ir u rttention. GEOIttiE HlO.Wd'I EK - RdMaV and I'ropnetui M-I.M lilt HICK'S PENMANSHIP. HE liny'. Fir.t LeMon ill Bunue.. .mi Hry , i Ivnm.n.n u ,,,1,1,,,,, ii. I'l.iii ljuult-into tin .mine mo.i iim-,iU. pr:n-l- plef, and IrMlilif cotnUlMDon. in the nn, with r.pi.,u.iioii.. u. m tloli. nni .oi 1 ' i w go.i in 111 mi- i.lmn. romlitn.tion, -l .m. .nine, "n,i ..r.n,i mini, y" - . nn uhii il lor tht' uie ot online unit piu.ie i 1 t . ' ,,,, ,s I,, l,i-i-ni,-fii. in, 111111 fill .!' i-t ,! Imok.lure Ul lUHlB 1. ... ...Ill l..i. . - SOLANO ( IMKL. ROLAND CAH11EL. By Charl.-. Imr. a p.rt.. The Ctt ton.. By Bulwer. '1 part.. A n. w uiplj lor Hie by nt-,. 1 1 1. N. WIIITINO k HLNflNOIOS. l t:i llllll-l HYMN HOOKS.-li.e new ediUoa I i't vaniiui binding., for .ale by .....,,.u lei, 14 I. N. WlllTINU t 1IUST1SGTON. COMBE'S PIMSlOI.Oli Ol- OIUESTION. 'IMIE 1'hy.ioli.t'y nl l)ige.tn,n , .m.idered with relation loin. I Prineiple. ,.i Dietetic By Andrew Cirniue, M " J'" the lint Edinbu , jh r.-vid ukI I -nlar.e.1 edition, with illtliUItwn 1 ml 18 mu. Tbi day reeHred at the booh "lore of Iet7 1. N. WHITINO 4. UI'NTiyOTOS II AMIS NOT IIEAKTS. .. - .. II ASM not He.ru. A no.cl. By Jannet Jam- zo cent.. . ' The heartt, of old, j , But -inr new beml.lrt n haniK Oil! day rec. ,v -,1 at tlie ln,j .t.-f, - 1 mot 1. S- wiim TV Wll '" HUST1KQTOS III l Al '111 II Ml .-I IMS. Irnin V tu ""I""""'"" " I lor mKarhabU low price, at WM. H1CHAHI1H .pi IJl-AIN Ch.ml.urj. ItM nu hi."' -" aT cotor. and beauulul palem., n WCHiUuw.
|Title||Daily Ohio State journal (Columbus, Ohio : 1848), 1850-05-11|
|Date of Original||1850-05-11|
|Source||Call number: N 100, Daily Ohio State journal (Columbus, Ohio : 1848), 1850-05-11 13 256|
|Submitting Institution||Ohio History Connection|
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