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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 2 January 1861

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Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 2 January 1861

. KAHTFEITXY aJIIXKB, rabrtsaw. 'l uku. writ w aTiVr H wTfi ?. - WEDNEdJ1: VVI;:NlNO,.f AN,; 0, 1 f7AV. AimW.niJ en (As Aty q publication To the People of Ohio. ifull. laa.,Ud lh orservenc 'rUay Jau.ryth,.H,br the P.opl. of Ohio, a a day of HM.lll.tloo, lasting .nd Prayer, In conformity with th. Proclamation to that (lct, of Of 1'M.Ukot ! tb. TJnlr W. DENNISON. EXECUTIVE OFFICE, Columbus, Dec 29, 1860. EXECUTIVE OFFICE, Columbus, Dec 29, 1860. The Position of South Carolina. t ' Wh.n .a atuik of the weaeul hostile attl -'tndaof South Carolioa toward tbe Cnioo, we not me.. .fc'tH M a Stat under tbeY.deral Constitution, but -'that lnkwhicb the preent mateooTeuv.ou, Htlng at CbulMtOD, bas plaCea ner. ioe Um nf that Convention Is clearly revolntlonarj and ceonot be recognised a8 legitimate State action, ptbcr hv povertBeafl the government oi aoy Th. f.onntlon. If its sulhoritv be recognl ..J WttlaMi. An Dlaeed oiith Carolina In .the DQiltinnof Ikiore'g" Sute or nation, In r- J gard to t...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 2 January 1861

THE PENNSYLVANIA THE PENNSYLVANIA Central Railroad THE PENNSYLVANIA Central Railroad 260 MILES DOUBLE TRACK. THE PENNSYLVANIA Central Railroad 260 MILES DOUBLE TRACK. 1860. 1860. Th-Capacity, of UJs .R0.a4.ia, . HUM PASSENGER . TRAINS SET ff yttlUtmSil lb UCDi-PilI A, Ooantctlor direct In Ux' CnleiiUvot,l(Filbrgh, with Through Trains from. sUWestern CltU deluhta, New York, Boston, Baltimore and City; thus fuririinit ftoJllMe Ant tb ilia, 1 nmeiu bum " nil Washington importation of Passengers unsurpasied,, for apes,u nil euuiiuri, or any other rouW.nrv): 01"' V ' J' !i 1 Li','. ,' ,. Express ahS Past Lines fun through to Philadelphia without change ot Can or -Conductors. fin.ni.in.. iiur. .m attached to each train : Woodiuft AlMulugCam m RxpivM d rut Trains. ' The Kl urea run llnily, Hall and Vsat Line Sunday! iwiitpil Three Dally Train! connect dlraot for Mew Yark.u. Ki press ltd. gat-Llua connect for Baltimore nil Wuklnrioa. . II :;l ..I IU ''I i """ ' I1 - Kin D.iiv I ralTiebatwe ...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 2 January 1861

-.-r-r. VJ JSESDAY EVENING, JAW 9, 1861 LOCAL MATTERS. JL 1 " . ' r. Z 1.. j- i na Adams tirjrets toiuuenr uM.taa : A niidCT obligations to It tor the very latest papers -WF Irom In eastern cities- c . '. Tk Amulcia Eitjresa-Compan- baa our WftAoks fur It daily favors in the shape of the very latest eastern tapers. ; ; ; Vim on Nsw M"'" Di?f- A flr brok out yesterday afteihoou, In i Dry Houge on the Penitentiary xronfe, . belonging to Messrs. Htu. A Arais. The Steam Fire Engine waa promptly oft the ground and Speedily ettingahh ad toe flames. A qpanwj pi sisves was con anmed. The (' ie' etinated-ml 1400 or $500 , , ; j . Ad alarm waa uooaaioued yesterday afternoon by the breaking, out. of fire InJ e chimney In the southern part of the city; bat it; wa - tlnpnUhitd hafere anv toko' damage waa done... ,.a j,, l, ; . s.ri.i'f iricv t-r i.r. RoBBttT c a Pear Owici We learn from the I FoetmMtet' t 'Raymond, nion county, that the Pot OflSoe M AlaryeTille, la tbatooun- ty, was brffeenlDW.b...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 3 January 1861

t l f"5 ' . rl I- , K J i jr - . t - .tar -mm a ml -s-a. vm . w m i ' -ia. v . ' v vm .r., 'm ' -',., mm mm - - x n r m v -"' -- -taw i ' uv r , a tt-at m m. w , . . i -, i .. 'a..;i.i.it - 7(. f :: 1'$ YmN0,181,"NEW SERIES, a COLUMBUS, OHIO. THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 3 1IX OOLLABS IZiS; liyPENMY; MILLER, " Jlllh E AMD fBOPElKTOHI. BTOHle Km. 38, 88 ard 40, North High St. '4'fcUUS INVARIABLY 121 ADVANCE " lij vte Cariier, per ween, lx MnU. frt-A'-fr:- . 1 8 00 peryttr. 'fU4I I Ml . . . B'M IN) Ol.t ii uiKiitln IS l.lr.t - Biontlu 10 IMI jvt t . SBiuntln H W iiai ' I month. 5 (JO J.avcrtlNlnff by tUe 8uar. One Kiuare S weeka. .$4 00 On week.. 3 DO On " 1 wk... 1 li On i " SiUyi... 100 On " 2 day... 75 On " 1 loiertlon 6U niq-Uyeil KdrertlMmonU hulf mof tho tho hoy nlc. 1 I .Utitlicmcuta Icsdcil ni rl4 In th column of ' Mi.i-ml Notice," tUyubltthtordinaiyraUt. I V.i ,imlcciro(iulrn. tobepuMUheilby law, lc(lrlei. I' w.l.'vcil on tliinlrtexi'lalvelyftnrthenritweek ii i'tn; more tl.kn th...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 3 January 1861

M .rMi.ivrvr.' ti i.i:i;jc 1XSKB- 0 Me Jilt ) j-uwicini' To the People of Ohio. January1!. TWKV tt rtsrpiWi-Y HunkrtiilK)! teMS tmrFrTjrlbWttte-Jiilty wia To the People of Ohio. W. DENNISON. To the People of Ohio. W. DENNISON. EXECUTIVE OFFICE, Columbus, Dec. 29, 1860. The [...] of the Diseases and the Remedy hi 'rlslcWifTMoO)' by elpStU'O 8on'Wiirnrilrlieio maj;mDf wilHearn It in no other way. When adversity overtakes na, ts0&f&&$M$l&M baa broduoeitfUwiiwaaiiaJt.' U possible.,..., ftley!aeoedHpk ymaaiat. cause have cantHbato'' pre!pMta'Jtbe wtratrf Into its nrawnrKeWpoi" caMlMtf, "Bui; leaving mem out oI..vlc.jhU)k.ei)l.ee9Bnil('1 erat'Jtde wJlLaatwfy alUu'elligwit men. th.t sua -toortrftbe eHrwB now anuer, uea iu the acttitWn: orUe' sTavferJistlOn.-wbicli aa- snmi,a.auvKUini,.f" jf"i,'. .e-?" -----thirty-yew ago,.and,.irtt tho .Uat Uuor fifteen yea;'babei tbei great aiatirbing element In WW te'ajff JbT)oplof the NorkbeVApa'tS. Stated ajppajently; fn an- tagonism to...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 3 January 1861

"-ess m ' ' -i '1 1 THURSDAY EVENING, JAN 3, 1801. L-. LOCAL MATTERS. li . . t - ,..11.. J Tli A da W8 lSxpr' PS UOmpanj pucw u ibuj uuavr obllBatious to it lor ms very miesi paper. , Irom the tdtHtern cities.' - i , Tim Amei iciii Exprune Company has our i iPtllKH lor uv 4,-my laruri iu uiu nuupc ui iub . ery latent cat'U-rn papers Madame Vaiiian Jahkh. This American Vocalist who hits taken rank as one of the runst brilliant artist of the age, will soon make her anjear.tuce lu this city. A will bo Been b; Iho auuoducu.xect la our advertising col vmrs, sha will give two grand Corcerts here, She baa recently beta giving Concerts in Lou! a villa The Journal of that city speaks in rap- tardus terms of licr stieeeafl. Wo quote teutcucea: ' . Um ' "11 an cvideti"6 were required that Kentucky as loyal to the Uoion sentiment, it waa afforded laso Saturday evening when mre. varian James sanf the Star Spangled Banner at the concert iu the Mawnio Temolo. Every vce was re- echoed back amidst a...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 3 January 1861

THE PENNSYLVANIA Central Railroad 260 MILES DOUBLE TRACK. 1860. 1860. The Capdiitf of tlii Road uf no equal to aoy PASSENGERS TRAINS lETWKBNrrTTAUDKUa AND PHILADELPHIA, Cbnllii.ilmeiJirtkOuio fiepos, at Pittsburgh, with Thtowh 1 mini (rum all tiuru Cities for-Phlle ' dflp., Mew York, Uostun, Baltimore and Washington City; thus furntehing-rAHHiiea for tli transportation ol Passengers upuipassed,,li speed and comfort, by any other roots Express and Fast tine run ureugn.te, riiiiaaeipiiia wtlnoul onauge ol tare at uoauuciurs. - - - Smoking Crs are alined to each train; Woodiua'e Bleeuiu. Can to KxuffW and Fait Truiui. The El j. press turns Itailfs Mail ami Fast Line dnadays "' excepted Three Daily Train cuunect direct fur Now Vurk. Express and Pant Line connect (or Baltimore and Washington. , Six Vail; Trains between Philadelphia and Haw Vork; i,,:fwo Pally Trains between New fork ami Boeioa.- Through Ticket (all Bail) are good on either or tbaabov. Trains, anil transfers through New Y...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 4 January 1861

A VOL VII. NO. 182. NEW SERIES. COLUMBUS. OHIO. FRIDAY EVENING. JANUARY 4. IIZ DOLLASS PEB TEAS; Inrariablj in Adranct. mm I860! SljclOljio Statesman DAILY. T EI WEEKLY AND WEEKLY MANYPENNY & MILLER, PUBLISH K 8 AND PB0PBIET0B6 IlT Ofllct, Noi. SO, 88 and 40, North High 8t TftRMB INVARIABLY IN ADVANOl. liaiiy - - - . $8 00 per year. ' hy (be (Mrrler, per week, W eents. Tri-Wesifiv - - - 8 00 per year Weekly - ,-. 1 00 Advertising by tb Square. nM it a I yeai...$''n 00 Olif " '.' UiftLttlS id OH Jne " 0 monllii I'i i0 Ir.e 3 montln Id "0 Jn.? '.' mouths B 00 Jr.i I month. ! 00 One iouare 3 weeks. .4 00 One " Sweeks..3 00 Una " I week... 1 75 One " 3 days... 1 00 On ' iilays... 7.1 One ' " ' I Insertion SO Displayed advertlMmeots half more than the abovs rtei. Ailveitliementa luaded and placad In the column of h, nr;.,i Noticea." double, the onunarv raeet All nutli-wi required to be published by law, legal rate. h unlPreil ou tliclDJIiieeaclusiveiyaiierinenraiweea per cent, more t...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 4 January 1861

1) l)0 Statesman rAHTPEinr? MILLED TtMUUn. u. w. man "cor r a fV E NlNtY" JAN- 4, 861 The Statesman for the Session of the Legislature. four .ofaO... COVES' " 71plU1n5f Z Uaton. tor the sum of Tu Dol ' tha tarn of One J3or. . AU panoni ;H to be aecur.Ulv lulormad of the doing of tl,cODcral Awemhly. .boold Hk O-Th Gasetfe oUtbiit daj week gave ! ..mice rtwili wbtild afkeod to the SI" week. lWjlUltbit 8-' ortMltooa. LV.-ih- .e.aui.of, this morning is mum. . H bu be.r it word la dfoe of Spa mw, and tbe Auditor, turning Ml.?fW that Bcandaloua oonoFti.tbe amut-macbme for defence .nd .rotcctiou, 11 a tbe 0(hgoito U pocket tb. $137,40 paid in I860 for tadvert.a ,Dg the delinquent H... which It did la adver tle 1 If M the editor mt have felt the re proaobeeof bis own conscience, when daring iae campaign he was abusing Wm A.ton and Da. Mixia, "ckiD8 C4P'- R"'e1vth county prosecutor. The Cawlfa !, we be .eve, asoo.rupt as the emut-machine, and wh.Ie we hU not now promise to attend to it, we m...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 4 January 1861

FRIDAY EVENING, JAN. 4, 186L LOCAL MATTERS. Th A.liims Kintcss Corapauy Plan-a us daily im.ier jUliHtiou to it lor the vnry latent papers i. mi tin-em-lotn cities. i'lie Amciii'un lixprotw Company lias out ihnnkfl lor iin diily favors in Hip shape of the veiy Ulnar eastern papers. unk IIundkkd Dollars Rhvahd Stolen on Tliur.duj eight, Juuur 3, 18CI, (rom in fiout of the rcbideuco of C. N. Oldj, Esq., my mare "Lady Rockey;" a new square box cov ered waoo, mode by Godwin of New-York; a sett of silver mounted harness, made by Hen ll, of Philadelphia; nleo a rough grey ter rier dogIn the wagan. The mare is a chestnut eorrel, fifteen bauds high, with a white strip in her faoe, and a flag tail; U a very fast trotter, but rather lazy. Oue hundred dollar reward will be paid for tlin armor, uurl onnvlni.inn flf the thief. AlBO t liberal reward will be paid for any information that lead to the recovery of the above RICHARD NEVINS, Jan 4th, 1861. Columbus, Ohio. Tits Artksian Eq , of Cleveland...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 4 January 1861

THE PENNSYLVANIA THE PENNSYLVANIA Central Railroad 260 MILES DOUBLE TRACK. 260 MILES DOUBLE TRACK. 1860. 1860. The Camuitt ol Ibitf Road la now .equitl to any u the Uinntry. ' .!.-vj-tT!IRK0 tllROVO H ' " ' . PASENGfeRTItAINS BETIV EKN PITTS III! HUM AND ItULADKLFlUA, OounliUog ,dlrt til 0 Union Depnt.- at Pittsburgh, with 1 rnnagh, ilraim Tvaat all Western Oltlet- fur Phila delphia, Nrw lurk, B.slou, Raliuuurt aud Washington City; thiil furbishing facilities for Ilia transportation ol passengers ukuui a't, -fnr speed and cnuilorl, liy any other .route, i , i -, T - ' ' I , Express and Fsst 1 ltit-a r nu through to Philadelphia without change of A'm r uuductors. v ; ; ' Brooking Cure are attached to each train; Woodiuu Sleeping Caie tu ist-press and Fast Trains. Tlie K preia run lnilj" Mall and Put Lint Huodayt i excepted Ttir Utiiy. '1'ralui connect direct lor Mow ' York, tiprrii ami 'at Line connect fur Baltimore and Washington. - feu Daily Trains between Philadelphia anil New Vor...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 5 January 1861

flnTYn irc lOT series fiOTiTIMBUS. OHIO. SATURDAY EVENING. JANUABY 5. 1861 I IX DOLLARS PES YEAB, Invariably In Adranee. Ijto Statesman DAILY. TKI-WEZKIT AND WEEKLY MANYPENNY & MILLER, PUBLISH RS AND PBOPBIETOBB. IT Office Nos. 80, 88 and 40, North High It. TaMlliS INVARIABLY IS ADVAN01. utiy .- $6 00 per year. By the Cavriot, per week, 12)6 cents. Irl-WsjUv - . 8 00 per year. Weekly Ativcr lining i the Square. Dm annnre 3 weeks. On " weeki. One 1 week.. One "' Sayi" Ont ' oays., S4 00 3 UU 1 75 1 00 7S One "1 Insertion 60 niiU.iir I yeai...9W no Inc " '.' rr.or.tln 18 00 ne " 'I innnthi 15 00 Jin . ' II months 10 00 jut -' mouths H n In. I month. 5 00 Displayed aclvertlssments hair more man we imi '"AdwitlKiiieiit. leaded end placed In the column of Sp.-rnl Notices," t.W A ordinary .. Ml .tullces required to be published by law, legal rate. II ml ivd on the Inside exclusively after the nret week pen-en: mure thr.o the abore rateii bat nil each wll omwar in tho Trl-Weekly withou...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 5 January 1861

' KAsmannr miller, publishers. tKO. isATMANYI-ENNT, Editor. f 8AfURbAY.JSyENiNO, JAN. 5, lb6i. vn j nrrB'S.i:.vZ!ilX.'V IOiIXStKf( IXXXB- 710N, mli jfcs , $W$LWf?l-0CS on th tail oTfueiieanan- j t The Statesman for the Session of the Legislature. ' Th Daltfuewmi'w-wUl-ib .fuinlibd for four monlhl;Wo,I.V',1!,Te,r'0,',occnPle4.b' ...J ..... ' V. rr, n I the lesUlUwio. lor ui sam 01 i w w (art. sod tho'Trl-WeeVlv' Stateima for tb &me tIme,' M.the ;um of Qua Dollar. AM persons who Mifj' j bf eanwatdj Informed of the doings of be Geaewl-Asseisbly, should take thtSl(iteT!Wi., s Revolutionary Movements in the South. Th. lto.'ir'j.rVom the i: Sooth, Biking all due liowwpalojjxaBereted.statements.U of an alarming eharWter. : Fort Sumpter, we ere told, is beielgedksnd all Major Anderson's conv mnnlcations with the shore out off. The repair of Fort Moultrie ti as. been completed, and the guns remounted, .and every tning in readiness u onea a fire on Fort Sompter, and the bombard men! of wh...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 5 January 1861

Wi 'ALf u VJllW AUUA&IHUI ' SATURDAY . EVENING, JAN. 5, 1801. LOCAL MATTERS. The AJanis Express Company plates us dally under obligations to it for the Tory lattNt papers Irom the eastern cities. The Ainodcan Eipreaa Company has our tim.ks tor its daily favors in the shape of the vury litteel eastern papers. .1 QTqm n Docroa GKjRot B. Winship. "Aoorn" write. to the No Yoik Spirit of the Timet, that three weeks ago, be called upon Doctor Windjhip, at his residence in Roxbury, Mass., and found him practising trials of strength, which were truly wondrous Among other extraordinary icats, which be exhibited to "Acorn," was lifting nineteen hundred and thirty-four pounds! ' This was accomplished by putting a large, and, of course, very strong iron chain over the shoulders; the chain was covered with flannel to prevent it galling. ' "The Djctor raised the weights about oue foot from the flior. ( which Is laid on the ground) of the bnilillnff in which he practises. The Doctor's strength...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 5 January 1861

THE PENNSYLVANIA THE PENNSYLVANIA Central Railroad 260 MILES DOUBLE TRACK. 260 MILES DOUBLE TRACK. 1860. 1860. The Capacity of ih.eRosd'lf noe; equal to any THREE THROUGH PASaiUTOER X-TRAINS UTO feKKPlTTEbCHGU AND HlILiDELPIIIA, Ooaneetlng direct In the Union Depot, at Pittsburgh, wuumrougn Trains rrom an western uitw mr run dlbit, lew York, Boston, Baltimore and Washington City; thus furulthujg facilities for Ibe transportation ol Passengers unsurpassed, for (peed and comfort, br any other rout. sixpresi and Fut Hues run through to Philadelphia, IIUQ11WR!(C VI UHn vr vuuu.iw... 8moktn 0n are attached to each train; WoodiuQ's BleenlnirCars to tnmi and Fut Trains, 'flit E proa fni Dally Mail and Fast Lin Sundays excepted Tt I'ni'y Train connect oireot tor new tort . sUpras and- Fast Lin connect for Baltimore and Washington. '- " i Six Daily Trains between PMmdelphtx and New York, Two Dally Trains between New York aad Boston. Through TlrkaU (all Bail) ar good a cither of the abort Tra...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 7 January 1861

lie 1m c., "7 . , ,'r ', - ,-'- 1 ' I VOL; VIi: NO. 184, NEW SERIES. COLUMBUS. OHIO. MONDAY EVENING. JANUARY 7. 1861. mi IIX DOLLASS PQTZAS; Invariably la AdrtBCf. DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY MANYPENNY & MILLER, PUBLISH BB AITD PROPRIETORS. IT OSm Hoi. 86, 38 nd 40, Worth High It T1HMB INVARIABLY IN ADVANOB. ' Dally . 88 00 per year, " By lb. Carrier, per week 1S)$ trl-W.3lr) 0 MnU. 0 per year. VMklT ' . 1 00 rmk l Advertl.intr by tb Square. nt square I yi . . . S20 00 On " V mpr.th li 00 3d " d months l&iM in. " 3 month 10 tM jne tl month 8 00 .)n. " month, i 00 On aatur 3 week 8m On " meU, On " Iweek. On " Sday., 3 UU 1 7S I 00 On " dy 75 On " llnwrtloB 50 Displayed advertisements half mora than the above Advertisements leaded and placed In the ooluron of Special Notice," douote (M orainwry rate. All notice! required to be published by law, legal rate. f ordered on tne inline exclusively auer ion urn wra per cent, more than the above rate; but all iuch wll appear in the T...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 7 January 1861

MONDAY EVENING, JAN. 7, IBM.. Governor's Message. rdleie (Htlsntoft'itStnatt, ...... '-. 'and Wihfflwsi bfpr.'imtai;M. ' I .welcome your return, to J out otlkial labor, snd -..7..uj .o,io fri)roujooiliiion of our "-WJriiitoVirf'ftilMit rear, with the ..r ik. (lnmmimUmer of titatistics. furnish much InttnttiB la forme teojr- iwta'lr 4w-rie growth of our Slat. '-lhe sources, hat ohielly lo tb teller, wide will Hi' terfor yin lo few y, 1 a ladenled far the ftrtoWlbg facts, wliich exhibit. In part, the gratl'ying progress of A But 14 itstaaterUt developmeot. during lof past ln yeiira. ; . ,, Population.':.'....!. 1,J5I ' Increase. 1 J" .,,-,1 Jpore percent. 1: I 1 lmprWJ LuhW' . -a !. TJnUBprvd lands, .wl' WW.WM- tV i IdbO. Mli IK O :W5 871 18,4 ' l3,IOi,M5 lortt 18111,154 ." ,:,nnpro 310,000 , iDCraHO Of WO , ,. ; '!, ..provdianil. .7 .1 , Unmher of land owner! ,f57i,iW0 ' ' Ae'egesjuantilvof land : wo by cta perron.. ouaore Average prk ,f land $19 90 per acre . B4urs J '.'I DUp wre "1...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 7 January 1861

Total Inltareat nald from Januarv 1. lPfll. f to January 1, 1871 (3,670 33. Total principal paid from January 1, 1861, 1 . to January 1, lfcTI 9,B07,li ToUl amount paid from Jan. I, J80I, to Jan. 1, !(?! 113,373,474 Amount funded dehtnutatanitlna' January 1 I, 1B71 4,000,01)0 Total amount and to be paid, Jan. 1, ' 1871 $10,373,474 Under the operation of the constitutional 4) sinaing land, the tout amount oi inter ; . ait paid durlog the same period would be , The total amount of principal paid during tbt same period would be 7,S33,ii4 31 S,220,BO! 110 Total amount paid during (be some pe riod would be 19,760,1193 M leaving to redeemed, after Jan. 1, 1H71 ll,070,i7'J SO Total amount paid and remalolug to be paid, Jan. I, lhVI $ .'1,130,4(3 1 Total amount paid and re maining to be paid, un der the operation of oou tllutlonal linking fond ?l,430,4ii5 71 Under the tieo mill levy 111,573,474 70 DlffenneelD favor of lha ' two mill lerf $ 1,630,1)01 01 " ' MANTFKHKT MILLER, PoUlston. sFas....

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Ohio statesman. — 7 January 1861

THE PENNSYLVANIA THE PENNSYLVANIA Central Railroad 260 MILES DOUBLE TRACK. 1860. 1860. Til CuncUyoftbW Road II ifH squat to an .7 'J' In the Country. ..fctfOjTIIREli THROUGH uPAOSENGER ,,JTRA1S KTwiKPliT8BUJiaH AiipfiyLAD!.rniA, OoanfcUng fllrect'tnShe 'Cnioii Depot, at Pittsburgh, with Throut(h Trains from til Western Cities for Hhil delphla, New Vork, Button, Baltimore end Washington Cltr; that fanhshln facilities to the trarisportstlon nf Passengers unsurpassed, . for speed end comfort, by any etber ronton 'n 4,1 f r ' Kip res and Fast Uuu run through to Philadelphia Without change of Oars or Coaduotors. Smoking Oan ere attached toeach train; Wood.uUa Bleeping Can to Express and Past Traini. Tlte si. raa rtiaa Pallfs Mall and Vast Lin Sundays excepted Three Daily Traine connect direct for Now Vork. Bxpree and Pest Line connect for Baltimore and Washington. . , V; . Six Daily Tretat between Philadelphia and New York; two Daily Traina between New Vork and Boston.--Through Ticket! (...

Publication Title: Daily Ohio Statesman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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