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VOL. VIL NO. 192. NEW SERIES. COLUMBUS. OHIO. FRIDAY EVENING. JANUARY 18. 1861.
IIX DOLLARS FX3 YXAB.
Inurlably U Adrae..
NT VV
1) Statesman
DAILY. TRI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY
. MANYPENNY & MILLER,
fubluitbs and proprietors,
ID Offle Nn. 88, 88 and 40, Korth High St.
THUMB INVAKIABI.Y IN ADVAN01. ' '
Dally $8 00 pertear,
" By ins Carrier, per week, 12 cents.
Trl-WajVIv - - OOpryr.
Weekly - 1 00 ,
rrmv ! Advertum br tne Square.
tisxju.re 1 yrai...$30 00 One square S weeki..4 00
One " 'Jui'tt.lhi 18 U) On " SI week!. . 3 00
jot ' 0 months 15 00 One " 1 week... 1 75
Jue ' " Jmonthi 10 00 One " Sdayi... 100
Juc . mouths 8 00 One " 9 days... 75
n ' I month. 5 00 One " ' I Ineerllon 50
Displayed advertisements half more than the abort
'Vdvarttseuienle leaded end pieced In the column of
MMi'ial Nollcea,'- Uouoie tne ordinary rate.
VII ,iotlcee reuulreo to be published by law, legal rate.
1 1 ordered on lue luaiae exclusively auer ins uraimi
pel cent, more than the above rates; but ill iucb wll
In the Trl-Weeklv without charge.
Puelnese Cards, not exceeding Sve lines, per year, In
il de, 1 super line; outline
Nollcea of Bietiiuga, charitable! ocietlea, tre companies,
h.lr itrl.
Alltramitnt adntrtlsemmts murt o paidor to
(nitivi rh nil, will not be varied from.
Weekly, tiune price ai the Dally, where the advertiser
let the wetKiyaione. nnere -u, vmr umncnv
are both need, ffien Uie charge li r the Weekly will be
ol' the rates of the valiy
Ho advertlaement taken except for a definite period
BUSINESS CARDS.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring V Water Ste.,
Columbus, OHio.
W. B. POTTS & 00.,
MAOUINISTS.
And Manufacturer! of Brast and Oompoiltlon Casting!,
. Finished Brass Work of all DeKriptton.
Electro Plating and Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTINC, &C.
febl '60-dly
Dr. J. 6. Beanman
A RESIDENT DENTIST. .
ALL, THOSE REQUIRING THE 8EH
vice of a Dentinst, and favoring Dr. B. with thrir
patronage may rolyon having ntlefaction given. The
fee will be required on the completion of an operation.
Office four Door North of the American Hotel, over
Rudisill'e Pat Store.
OolnmbosJan 7-lly
F. A. B. 8IMKINS, . .
Attornoy At Ziaw
AND NOTARY PUBLIC. '
Offlee Anjnn puHdlng, opposite Capitol Square.
COLUMBUS. OHIO.
; .OOXatJAdaBXJlS
Machine Manufacturing Company
fANoraoTDUke or ,
STEaM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Cwtlng, KUl-Oetrlag, Maehlaery.
' ' . AISO, , .
Railroad: Work
or ivrir nnoumoN.
. COLllITIBfJS, OHIO.
OBAB. AUBOB, Sap't F. AMBOoV.TreM.
decll, 1858-uT
MILLINERY GOODS.
. $20,000W0RTH
OF i
Millinery and Fancy Goods
. ' For Salo.
RH. WAKE WOULD RESPEOT
fully Inform the Citizens of Ooluubut aoil Vi
cinity that hlafttock of -
FALL AND WINTER MILLIHERY
- - If HOW COMPLETE,
And being; particularly deslrons of
reducing; Ills aiock Immodi
atalf i he will Sell,
FROM THIS DATE, AT
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
1 i
Xiadlea, V'
... , YO D.'C AN GET
Bargains! Bargains! Bargains!
By Calling
(':' AND
EXAMINING H1S STOCK!!
HE SELLS EVERY VARIETY OF
MILLINERY & FANCY COODS
' TOGETHER WITH A
; Large . Stock , 6f ; Notions,
UTJ-Prlcet must audSltall be eatls
. factory
' . '. CALL AT i
R. H. Ware's
BONNET ROOMS,
no. es bast -Town street,
O OIJiXJ3Vt 23TJJ3 ,
;01aio-,
octSliUm
1M, LL POWERS & BRO
' Dtll.tU IN IMrOSTIO AND DOMESTIC
CIUAHM, ,"'J " '-.-v
TOBACCO, '
--- '' envtr,
' ' ' " AND FANOT AKTIOLKB
No. H East State' Street, between nigh and
the toat Offioe.ColumVui, Ohio. , . ooUO:d6m
GOiatEN HII L SHIRTS, ..
- Q01.DKN RIXL BLURTS, . V
. n v. , , UOLDKN iULL BH1HTS.
The pat Urn of thaat shirts are new. The Bodies, Yokes,
sUtvaa sad bosoms era formed to fit the person with ease
aal eamfort. . The mark apoa each one designating the
else may be relied en as being correct, and aaobahlrtls
tnarsntead wall soada,. A full, lockpf all qualities
constantly for sale at , jj.. , . BAIN'S, , .'
novila. No. W Booth High street.
FANCY DRESS SICKS,.",.;.-' j J ,". '
' lAttOY DBK8B BIbKi, ,, t
'. - FANOK DHKBB BILKS,
Ws are aow olfsrlnf our Immense a took ,f Vaaoy Snm
Bilks at prioes lees than ever before offend la this oily,
Th aUeatioa of the ladles of this city and vicinity it
sollrllcd, as onr stock it very select and eomplete In all
grades of goods In this Has. ' VBTBKllAIK, nl
novW. , i No, M South High ttreeU.
For Medical Purpose." , "v '
PT7KC BrUKDDISS. WINBS, OOBDIALS, AND BIT
mi, from Bonded Warehouse "
wm. Mcdonald,
botS7 - 1 Y 1 - 100 South High street.
MALTERH THREAD I.AOR RIITTS
of altganl tintUties fet Lad let; also, Mlssai' Mitts
ANNUAL PROSPECTUS
OF
-ft"
ONE DOLLAR
PREMIUMS
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An epitome of the stirring events constantly occurring at home and abroad, and oboice miscel-
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MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBLISH EM OmO STATESMAN.
IBB
PER ANNUM !
FOR CLUBS!!
LOW RATE OVl
NAMES.
STONE'SBA.ZAAR.
ylSTo. -4 Gwvnne Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HARRA
A RENOWRECEIVINOTHEIRTVIN-
i V TEH GOODS, and Invite the publio to Inrpect
Ibeai. Mo loch stock or aoodi nai ever Deen Drought to
this market. The South, in conieqaence of the failure
of the grain crop, baa not been able to pnrcbaae the
aai quantity oi rlcn goocii, ana urn lacinaiiorcea ue
Importer! to sell them at publio auction. Our buyer
I Air. Stone) beinc In New York at thete large talei, took
advantage of them, and wt can and will tell our goodi
here, at lets than any one who purchased two weeks since,
paid for them in Mew York. Our stock if complete In
every department of :
ELEGANT DRE39 SILKS,
OTTOMAN VELOURS,
BROCHE VALENCIAS,
PRINTED MERINOS.
PRINTED COBURG3,
DYED COBUGS;
BLACK ALPACAS, "
ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS, PRINTS,
DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
. Bought in One Day,
At one half the Cost of Importation.
LADIES' FURS,
In all Varieties, of the Celebrated
fflannfature of C. C. Onn
there St Bon.
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT,
lien H, Ladles sod Children's Under Shirts and Drawers;
Ladles, atiiiet and Children'! Hosiery of all kindi, In
Wool and Lanib'i Wool ; r Irecy Lined and Cotton Oloves
Of every make.
watso
A cemplete assortment of all the usual varie
ties of v,
LADIES' CLOTHS,
CASSIMF.RE3,
. OVERCOATINGS,
TWEEDS,
FLANNELS,
RIBBON3,
DRES3 TRIMMINGS,
ladies and Gent's Linen Cambric Hand
- kerchieft, Ac, fte.
i To Dtnoni who call on ns, we uleilie our words to
show them the largest, best and ehoapest stock of Ooods
ever sees In this market, or pay them one dollar per
bour while looking. .
oecr wiawitw. dtune at u uakha.
GENUINE FAMILY LIQUORS.
; WM. B. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Sealers In
Brandies, Wines, Gini and Began,
beg leave to call the attention ol the eltliant of the Uni
ted States to their Van Wines and Liquors, pot up un
der theirown supervision, for Family and Uedieal asa.
In cases assorted to tult customers. Clubs, Military and
ether public bodies, who require to purchase In large or
small quantities, In eaekt or bottles, will be liberally
dealt with. Price List sent on application.
OLD MOREHOUSE BITTERS.
f Recommended by the first physicians as the best reme
dy known for Pytpeptla, Indigestion, Debility, end all
Nerrout Dlsesses. As si beverage, it Is pure, whole
tome, and delicious to the taste. Sold by all Druggists.
Vf m. 0. nunftnuufis m w., rnp n, -
, j iA V ' i .5 luohenge Place,
jf U , . ersyviw,
S The nbsertbers wish to engage a few active
en, at Local and f raveling Agents for their hoasa, to
whom liberal tnrtun,nts will s offtred. - Jror parti
olara, addnas a abwra.- - , ootSO-dSan
T?AKICT LIIEN
AND BILK FAHS Iff
A1 newttylesj
ditaVantat '
i may3
litlbboa Bound, Balensico and An'
' BAIN'S
T to, as Sowth High stitrt -
NAMES.
Fire Insurance!
; LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
Fire & Life Insurance Co.
37 Castle street. Liverpool. SO and SI Poultry, London.
Office, 54 Wall and 61 Pint streets, New York.
THOMAS K00DD2, Agent, Columbus, Ohio.
Paid np Capital, Murplu
and Reserved Fund 80,0(16, 68S
Invested Inthl Country over.. 80O,0( 0
Yearly Revenue, over 2,600,000
07 The Shareholders personally responsible for en
gagementsof the Company. All Director! must be Share
holders. Directors tnd Shareholders In New York :
James Brown, Bsq., Chairman. Vranclt Cottenet, Isq.,
Deputy uhatrman.
B.H. Archibald, n.B.M. Consul. Buiene Dutilh, Xsq.
Joseph Oalllard. Jr., Esq. H. Grinned, Bsq.
Alexander Hamilton. Jr., Esq. B. P. Sanderson, Esq.
Aiu. Hamilton, Jr., Esq., . .
Counsel of the Bond.
Alfsio Pell, Esq., Besldent Secretary.
Local Board In Cincinnati:
S . W. Thomu. Esq. J. D. Jones. Bsq. Bufus King, Esq.
Thompson Neavt, Esq. Rob't Buchanan, Xsq.
The understated Agent In this city, will be happy to
receive applications for Insurance in the above Company,
AT TBI CUT BANK.
He can recommend It with tntlre confidence to all desir
ous of obtaining protection against LOSS BY F1BE,
No Chareo for Policies.
novlS-tf TH08. HOODIE.
HOLIDAYS.
FANCIES.
Such articles as yon dttir for your HUBBAND
Such es you ntid for your WIFK .
Bach as tnproper for your DAUGHTER.
Such st you r BISTER will pralit you for.
Such as yonr BROTHER can vis.
Such as you want for " TBI ONB TOU LOVE BEST.'
Such as will be good for tht 11 BLIS9BD BABY."
Such as all ltd for,
May be found In variety, In my new stock of
WATCHES, CHAINS, JEWELRY,
PLATED GOODS,
And general assortment of
Fancy and Useful Article.
WM. BLYNN,
No. 10 Buckeye Ulock.
December, 1BS0.
FAITIILV FLOUH.
yyillTK WHEAT, BRANDED
"SNOWFLAKE,"
From " Barnett Hills," Springfield, 0. the best brand of
Flour brought to onr market. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For !. only st Wll. McDONALD'B,
aor-n 10B Bonth High street.
Holiday Presents.
CALICOS. DeLAINES, MERINOS.
CHIMTZES, DRSNS MILKS, and all
kinds of fashionable
"Winter Dress Q-oodo.
we are now offering at very low prices.
rBTEri BAIN,
decSI. No. MBouvh High street.
Save Your Honey.
I AM NOW RECEIVING NCIISCHIP
tlons for all the Magatlnet and Literary papers in
the country and out of It : anions t he former, the Onn.
hill, Templt Bar, tht Atlantic, Harper, Oodey Peterson,
Knickerbocker, JEclecllo, Blackwood, the British Quarter
lies, Jtc. etc. Subscribe can vet them BAUMER
OilBAPER and free of Postaee, by sending their Bnb-
tcriptlons throogh me.
tUUHABD KBNNKDY,
aecie
17 State street.
Watches and Jewelry.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF WATCH
es. Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, o., kept constant
y on hand at
R. KIRKPATRICK'B,
Vo' I85 8outh H'IB Street, Columbus, 0.
ITP Watches and Jewelry repaired,
dec! d3t.
GENTLKiriEN'S NECK 1
GKNTLBMKN'S MMOK TIES,
flRNTf.VMVHt. I'.di .ran
Tht most dessrtble astortment In tht olty and at unutal-
Ifl.WpilU.IM ., ; r . fa, i JG It B AIM.
aov9. Wo. SB South High street.
ELEGANT PLAIN BLACK SILKS FOB
Street Basques and Uantlasi also, Rich Trlmmia
ana lassew vomaicn, ai . BAD
may93 ' '
A PPLESI
APPLES!
XX lOOt
tor salt by
100 bbls. Choice Applet received on eonrtrnment
. HCKBB fc VBSTIBA0X. ;
-w. . ..v .M jf. High ttreet.
-only
TIBII.
Daily, per year. ...
.t 00
. 300
. I 00
Tri
Weekly, per tar.
Weekly, per ya
The Iron-Cased Frigate Warrior.
From the London Times, Dec. 29.
From the yard of the Thames Iron Shipbulld
log Company will this day be launched, by
Lsdr Paltingtoa, the first armor-plated steam
I tlgate in the possession of Great Britain. The
French bare already got their mysterious Glolre
afloat, about the success of which such utterly
irreconoilable statements are circulated. In ad
ditlon to this, they have four other so well ad
vanced that tbeir launch may at any time take
place, and no less than ton are being burrled
forward toward completion. Before next Christ
mas, then, France will have atleist fifteen tail
of thete tremendous engines of warfare afloat,
and England will have four one the Warrior,
to be launched this day; the Black Prince, a
sister vessel to the .Warrior, building at
Glasgow; the Resistance, building at
Messrs. Palmer's yard, near Newcastle,
and Detence, at Millwell. The two
first-named are 50-guo frigates . of up
ward of C,000 tuns; the two latter are 16 gun
corvettes of 3,000 tuns. This is a small set-off
against the sudden stride taken bj onr great ally
In this matter a stride so sudden that, allow
ing for the exercise of every available means
on our part in the way of both publio and pri
vate building yards, it places the French navy
in this matter at least two years ahead of ours.
The Rusaian Oorernment are preparing tbeir
plan's and schemes of prices for the construction
by contract of six frigates, sister vessels to the
Warrior in every particular, save in such im
proved details as giving the sides a much great
er angle, which the experience gained during
the last few mpntbs by the trial of Mr. Jones'
filan shows, must in future be adopted with all
ron ships, intended to be really invulnerable,
According, therefore, to present appearances,
England is likely to be left behind in the race
by Russia, and to be distanced by Franoe.
It is not our purpose now to discuss the com
ntratlve merits of the plans on which the Eng
lish and French vessels are respectively built.
Were it so, we think it might not be difficult
to show that the superiority in this matter is as
yet so great on our side as to make one vessel
like the Warrior almost a match for two like
La Glolre. It will be time enough to turn to
such matters when we see the Warrior fairly
off the stocks, and at ber moorings in the river.
It will be sufficient Id this notice to give tn
outline of ber enormous strength and huge di
mensions, and explain the methods by which
the Admiralty have overcome the difficulties
that existed in constructing a really shot proof
frigate. At the first outset, the idea ot any
iron cued vessels, whether for steam rams or
frigates, found no favor with the Admiralty,
and it was not till the resnlt ot Frenoh experi
ments as to the resistance which they offered to
shot became known in England, with the addi
tional fact tbat our ally bad already begun to
construct several such ships, tbat the Admiralty
at last began to bestir themselves, though up to
the present bour iron cased ships are loooked
upon with lenient rather than a favora
ble eve. Since tbat time, however, offiolal
opinions would appear to have undergone con
siderable modification, and the Admiralty have
been compelled to accept mucn they formerly
condemned; and, on tbe other hand, to condemn
a good deal of work on which they formerly in
sisted. In the first design sent in to the Adml
rally by the Thames Shipbuilding Company, tbe
shape proposed tor toe Dows of tne w arrior was
exactly after the outline of a swan's neck and
breast when awivuBiog. and thuA the point or
beak Intended to strike an enemy's vessel was
the "breast," which was plaoed under the water-
line in the ship' bows. In tbe Admiralty model,
and of course tbat on which tbe Warrior has
been built, the outline of tbe bows seen from
the broadside form a kind of obtuse angle, tbe
point or "nose," as it 1 called, just level with
the water, i nts peculiar snape, oowever, fits
been concealed under a long, lalse cutwater and
a magnificent figure bead of a colossal warrior,
so that, looking at her a she is now on tbe
stocks, there I no difference, except in her ex
tremelv fine line forward, and great size be
tween her appearance and Ibat of any ordinary
floe frigate.
So long an interval has elapsed since we last
noticed tne plan on wnicn this gigantic vessel
was to be built tbat a brief recapulation of her
chief dimensions, together with tbe general
principles ot ber construction, will not be with
out intereston this occasion. Her dimensions,
then, are: extreme length over all. 42U feet:
ditto breadth, 68 feet; depth from sptr deck to
keel, 41 feet 6 inches. Her tonnage is no less
than 6,177 tons, builder's measurement. Tbe
engines hare Just been completed by Messrs.
Penn Si. Sons. Tbey are of 1,350 nominal horse
power, and are probably the most magnificent
specimens ot machinery that ever left even Mr.
Penn's celebrated works. These extraordinary
machines, however, deserve a separate and de
tailed aotice of (themselves, and on a future oc
easion we shall be able to give a full decrlption
of them to our readers. Their total weight with
boilers, will be 950 tons, and for these the W tr
ior is only able tostow 950 tons of coal, or little
more than enough for six days steaming. The
armament reckoning her as a 50 gun frigate, with
masts and store complete, will weigh from 1,200
to 1,500 tons, which will give ber with bull and
armor, a total weight, when ready for sea, of
about 9,000 tuns, or about tho weight of tbe
bull of the Great Eastern when launched. With
the fine lines, great length, and Immense horse-
Kwer of tbe Warrior, a speed of sot less than
knots is counted upon as certain. One row
of the armor plates with which the greater part
of the broadside will hereafter be covered, is
already In It place, covering a space of 5 feet
deep by 214 feet long, on each side. Ooly.the
lowest.row baa been thus bolted, and more than
this it would be unwise to place, as the Im
mense weight might strain the ship during the
launch. Tbe others will be bolted la her peioe
by piece, while In the Victoria Dock. That all
tbe crew under cover of - these armor-plates
will enioy the most perfect immunity from tbe
heaviest shot and shell la tbe world, will be eas
ily understood when we point ont ithe tremen
dous strength with which the ship Is construct
ed and fastened together in every part.
There Is no external keel to tbe ship, but an
Inner kind of girder, which acts at a keelson.
This is formed of immense slabs of wrought
scrap lrou ii incnes mick, ana 3 feet b
Inches deep, lo it are ooitea tne ribs mas
sive wrought-lron T-shaped beams an inch
thick, and made in joints five feet long by two
deep up to five feet below the water liuo, where
their depth Is diminished so at to form a deep
ledge or angle, on wbloh the armor-plates and
their teak lining rest. These immense ribs, ex
cept where the portholes intervene, are actually
23 tnobes apart. . Above the keelson, and
Inside tbe ribs, are rive immensely strong box
girders, which go tbe whole length of the ship
from stem to stern, and from which spring dia
gonal bands, tying srery rib together. Tbe or
lop deck is of wood, and 2i feet above the keel;
tbe main deck is of Iron, and eased with wood,
and 9 feet above the orlop; the upper deck Is al
so of wrought iron, cased witb wood, and 7 feet
9 Inches above the main. All tbeo decks are
carried on wrought iron beams of tbe most pow
erful description, to which both decks and ribs
and all are bolted as In one piece. Tbe tkla' of
thesbip.asit is termed, which covers all these ribs
on the outside, Is also of wrought Iron, 1) Inches
thick, under tbe bottom, to nearly 1 inch thick
up to the spar deck. From five feet below the
water line up to tbe upper deck comes, in addi
tion to this, th grant armor of teak and iron
over all, This i formed of a double easing of
the hardest teak, 20 inches thick, with the
beams laid at right angles to one and other.
Over these again come the plates of iron, so as
In all lo case the broadside of th vessel with 20
inches of solid teak and 5 inohes of the very
finest wrought iron. Each armor plate Is form
ed of scrap iron carefully welded Into a slab
about 16 feet long by 4 broad, and A inches
thickj and weighing about 12 tuns. All tbe
plates are dovetailed at the edges into one and
other, and bolted through the teak and iron
a;
Into the inner ribs of tbe chip, These bolts are
counter-sunk outside, so as to hare tbeir beads
level with the surface of tbe plate. Tbe total
weicht of tbe plates on both sides is 1 .006 tuns
Tbe plate-armor of La Glolre is reported to be
lormea ot a peculiar kind of soft homogeneous
iron, admirably adapted for resisting shot, from
tbe specimens of it which have been obtained
lo this country, and examined by our best me
chanies, it is, on the whole, not considered to be
a better kind of metal than a thick, soft wrought
iron siao, suca as covers tbe sides ot tbe War
rior.
The result of eunnerv exoerlments with no
teas man su different kinds of plates shows tbat
toe oest are tnose lormed ot scrap iron with a
certain proportion ot puddled bar Iron, which
makes a mixture of almost unyleldlog tough
ness, some oi mem were tested at rortsmoutn
with 68 Doaoders at point blank range. Ia all
cases the shot failed to penetrate the iron though
they dented it to a depth of 1 and in some
eases almost 2 inches. Not until after the
eixtb, or even eighth and tenth shots, all strik
ing about tbe same place, were tbe plates ever
broken and tbeir fiber torn apart. With such
a backing np of teak aa is In the sides of the
Warrior, not all tbe Wbitworth or Armstrong
guns yet made, could send alshot fairly through
into the main deck. This tremendous eoat of
armor, however, does not case the whole vessel,
as witb such an enure covering; tbe Warrior
would scarcely float at all. Only tbe middle
of tbe broadside, for a length of 213 feet,
and coins: down fire feet under tbe water-
line, is thus oroteoted. This seems a serious
fault in the plan on which tbe Admiralty have
built the vessel. To endeavor to compensate
for the absence of this armer. both tbe stem
and stern are crossed and re crossed in every
direction with water tight oompartmenta, and the
outer Iron plates are 1 inches thick aud backed
up by 24 Inches of teak. It is, of course, need
less to say, that tbe whole vessel is subdivided
in at least 20 places by water tight bulkheads
of the most solid description. Those which
cut off the stem and stern from tho armor-coated
portions in the centre, are faced with armor-
filatcs to five feet below the water-line, and
ined with iron ribs and 20 inches of teak, ex
aotly like tbe broadside of the vessel. Thus
it is contended that, supposing it possible
for the stem and stern to be ss riddled as
to be almost shot away, the oenter fighting por
tion of tbe vessel, containing 26 of the heaviest
guns, would still remain as complete and impen
etrable as ever still opposing 20 inches of teak,
with nearly five Inqhea of wrought iron, to
every shot.
Ibis, bowover, sounds very well in theory;
In practice it would, we think, be foand that in
such a condition , the Warrior would be an no-
managable wreck, and brought to low in the
water by tbe filling of bcre for and aft com
partments (each nearly a hundred feet long)
tbat ber portsills would be brought almost to tbe
water's edge, when further fighting would be
come Impossible. This, however, would not be
ber only danger. If the bows were so riddled
with shot boles as to nil tbe comptrtments with
water, tbe Warrior would come down so
muob by the head, as to completely lift
ber screw out of the sea, in which esse
there would soon be an end of the ship, with
another iron antagonist that retained ber
power of steaming. Indeed, it is not improb
able tbat in such a case sbe might sink so
much by the head as to elevate the aftermost
armor-plates, wbicb only extood 5 feet below
tbe water-line, quite out of tbe water, or at
least sufficiently near the surface to enable her
bottom to be pierced wbere tbeir protection
ceased . Tbe bows as tbe snot where tbe whole
force of the shock must be received in case of
tbe Warrior being ever nsed as a ram to crush
down tbe enemy's snips are strengthened In
side with a perfect web of ironwoik. Here no
less than eicht wrouehUiron decks stretch back
from this part to the armor plates, as well as
supports snd dlogonal bracings innumerable.
Throughout tbe entire length of the armor-coat
ed portion of tbe vessel, run two longitudinal
bulkheads, between the sides and internal por
tions of tbe vessel. These are termed "wings,"
ana serve as passages ot communication. In
side the wines are placed the coals, while the
Chief magartnes are further secured again by
naving tne water-tangs inaiae tne ooaiounks-
frobably tbe lamest foraioes that have ever
beeen attempted (not even excepting those of
tbe (ireat eastern,) were required for the build
ing of tbe Warior. Tbe "nose" or beak of the
ship is one i-nmense slab of iron 30 feet long,
by no less than ten inches thick, and weighs
nearly 20 tons. The heel-post, in which the
outer heaving of the screw rests, is one piece of
toe nnesi loreeo iron, wittioui tne slightest Haw
of any kind, and weighing upwards of 44 tons
There are very few yards In tbe world, public
or private, t which iucb forcings oould be turn
out, and certainly none which oould produce a
greater perfection of workmanship than is evi
denced Inlthe perfect finieh, with which all.the
huge masses are joined together in tbe frame
of the Warrior. Tbe armament of this mag
nificent man-of-war, Is.not yet entirely de
oided upon, but there is little doubt that
it will consist of 36 63-pounders 95 owt guns
on the main deck,. 10 Armstrong 76-pound-ers
on the spar deck, and two pivot Armstrong
100-pounders, one forward and one aft, making
43 in all. With only 10 broadside guns on an
npper deck of 400 feet, there is, of course, a
space of nearly 80 feet between each 'tun.
Therefore, without in tbe least excosine the
men or crowding the "Quarters." the noDer-
deck armanent oan be doubled.at any time, On
ber trial no more guns than those we have men
tloned will be placed; but, If tbe resnlt of her
first cruise is such as to show the can carry
them easily, tbe number of Ibroadilde nnner-
deck70-pounders will be increased from 10 to
20 in all, of course, breech loaders. The
masts and soars of the Warrior will ha war.
light merely thoee of an ordinary frigate, with
tbe admirable, exception tbat the cross-jaok
or mizxen yard will be done away with, and the
vessel rigged as a bark
Such are tbe general outlines of the annorh
vessel which will this day, we trust, be safely
afloat on the Thames. Once at her moorlnes
in the Victoria Dock, th work of tmttinar nn
the remainder of the plates will go rapidly for
ward, and at the same- time Messrs. Penn will
proceed with fitting in tbe machinery. She i
expected to be ready bv the end of A
round to Portsmouth under steam to be rigged.
Before rigging she will be tested at the mu,.
tired mile, and when oomplete for sea, mak
her first trial eruls across the Btv of . Elena,
about th middle of July next.
i ne liOnaon it met, or Jan, 1, says:
The formidable Iron cased frli-ate. tha W...
rior, th largest man-of-war ever built, and
more than 1,500 tuns larger than the largest
vessel in the world, after the Great Eastern,
was safelv launched Into tha riv nn fi. ,..
Sir i oba Pakiogtos himsslf named the ship.
Sheriffs Sale,
Yetterleln and Trumbowtr, 1
Common Pleas,
John Najtla, ekat.
I Nov. term. A. D., MM.
BV VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
to me directed, from the Court of fln,nnn di.
of Franklin County, Ohio, I will offer for tale, at the
storeroom No. SSS, opposite the Court-House, In tht city
of Columbus, tale commencing on
Saturday, the 19th day of January, A. D.,1861,
at 10 o'clock, A. X., theifollowtng described property, ta-
wlt: oik spring teat chain; thirty-si bedtand matin,:
see, twenty-sU bedsteads and bedding, tlx cane teat arm
chalrt, a lot of oommon ttandt, and withstands, tlx
dining-room tables, two kitchen tablet, a lot of dinner
pi.K., nup piaiea, pnenert ana glassware lot of
.uie. ruiu lora. (aoiesDoona ana uunAmii im
ttovee and ,plpa, a lot of carpeting, wash bowls and
piicner, loosing glasses, etc.; one desk, two clocks, ore
I ! k.,n j ii uioariurnuura consist
.up, . uw, uMuwn, wnrnn, orainert, u one
oarrci oi wniaty, ana a small tot of other liquors. Alto
inn, urcus; on, spring-wegon; ont horet and harness;
.vm. ww iiuto, muvt a iu, oi gasuxiures,
o. W HUFFMAN. Bherlff. i
janS.-lOid
By Sd. Datis, Dep'ty
HENRY KOEHLEH, ,
(Lata of Phalon's Bstabllshmaat, N. T.,) Poprleto"r
tht Now York Fashlonabl, Shaving. Hair Onttin.
Bhampoontng, Curling and Dressing Saloon, No. 11
East State street, sear th Pott Offloe. Aral anaiv
where satisfaction will be given In all the varlona
branches. Ladles and Children's Hair Dressing dona
nrUIB RECEPTION HOOP BK iut.
JL The mort gracaful and elegant skirts yet offered for
.. u.w iv.ju., vpvuwt bj raTalt BAIN,
dee.ll. No.WBouthlUihstrttt.
Ayer'sSarsaparilla
A compound remedy, designed to be the mo.t
effectual Alttrativ that can be muJe. It is
a concentrated extract of Para Sursuparilla,
so combined with other subiimices of still
greater alterative power as to afford tm effec
tive antidote for the ditt-anes (Siiraopaiilla it
reputed to cure. It is believed that such a
remedy is wanted by those who suffer from
Strumous complaint, and that one which will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
service to this large class of our afflicted ft llow
citizcns. How completely this compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
. hi, .uta. ia-,t in vu tuuna oi the following
complaints : 8
ScilOFUtA AND SOHOWLOUS COMPLAINTS
EllUI'TIONS AND EllUITlVK DlSEAHES, Ul.Cr.llS,
l'lMi'LES, Blotches, Tenons, Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Syphilis and Svpiiilitio Ar
rrxTlONS, Meucuuial Dmjab. Diiopsv. Neu.
iialoia oit Tie Douloureux, Deiiility, Dy.
PEPSIA AND INDIOESTIO.V. EltYSII'Pt AO Un.s
on St. Anthony's Fiub. mid indwd
class of compluints arising from Impuuity ok
DIB UI.OOI).
This compound will be found a irrnt
moter of health, when taken in the spring, to
expel th foul humors which fester in the
blood at that season of the year. By tho time
ly expulsion of them manv ranklino- disnrder
m-o niDDed in tho bud. Mnlii riliitia Ann K,
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
mo enuurance ot loul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through which the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the nutural clionnels of the body
by an alterative medicino. - Clranw nut i.n
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through tlie skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when yon find it is ob
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when, liven where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all ia well : but with tliia
pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must CO Wronu. and thn araat minhlnn.. rl
life is disordered or overthrown.
Barsaparilla has. and deservaa snuLh. tl.
reputation of nceomnlkliinn thou, anrla Tltt,
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, pnrtly because the drug
alone 1ms not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
protending to bo concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of tho virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else.
During late years tho Dublic have been mi..
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla, but often no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful dUanoointment
has followed the use of tho various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood tho market, until tho
name itself is justly despised, and has becomo
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
wo call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
,u ""iiy "icu a rcmeay as Mian rescue the
name from tho load of obloquy which Tests
upon it, A"d we think -wo have ground for
believing it has virtues which aro irresistible
by the ordinary run of the diseases it is intend
ed to cure. In order to secure their complete
r-rntlit-ntioii from the system, tho remedy should
Ik judiciously taken according to directions on
the bottle.
PREPARED BY
DR. J. C. A YE II & CO.
LOWELL, MASS.
Price, ft per Dottle Sis Bottle far $3.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won fur itielf such a renown for tbe cure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it is entirely unnecessary for ut to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been em
ployed. As it has long been in constant use
throughout this section, we need not do mora than
assure the people its quality it kept tip to tho best
it ever has been, and titut it mny be relied on to
do fur their relief ull it has over bcon found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
ron the onus or
Costiceneu, Jaundice, Ditixtsia, Indigestion,
Dysentery, foul Stomach, Erjitijhit, Headache,
I'ilet, lllieumatitin, Entptiout and Scin Disetuet,
Liver CutHplaiiit, Drontu. Tetter. Tumors n,,d
Salt Ithenm, Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, as a
Dinner Pill, and for Vitrifying the Blood.
They are tntrar-eontmt. ui flint ila
tive can tike them rJcaaniitly, and they ore the
beat aperient in the world for all the purposes of a
family physic.
Prico 25 centj por Box ; Fiva boxes for $1.00.
Great numbers of Clorayiueu. Physicians. Stntei-
iricn, and eminent nersoiinscs. Iiiivo 1, nt ibr-ir
names to certif; tho unrnrhllcle d nsenilness of these
remedies, but our space herj will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish gratis our Ambiucan Almanac in which they
are given ; with also full description! of the itlmvc
complaints, and the treatment tbat should be fol
lowed for their cure.
JJo not be nut off bv iinnrinclnlxd H
other preparations tbey make more profit on.
Demand Aybu'h, nnd taUo no others. The "irk
want the best aid there is for them, ntid tbey shuli
have it.
All our remedies are for snlc by
&OBIRTH Ar AAMTTVT.
An J pntggtets and Dealers everywhere.
-Sheriff's Sale. '
Barber At Harrison
. .TV . I 8uptiior Ooart. , .
Jesse B. Lake
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
to me directed, from th Superior Court of Frank
lin countr. Ohio. I arill off., fo. ! i. .m.
Lockbourne In laid count, at tba W.r.hnn.. .
copied by Dsvld Barber, on
Monday, the Slst day of January, A. D. 1861.
at 10 o'clock, A. M.tht followtna Dronert to nrlti ana
Derrick and fixture belonging thereto, two etona shears,
9 crow bare, 1 Jack Screw and Lever. 8 Sledges, 4 track
wheels, SBhtevet, I Pick, 1 Stone Book, 4 buoketa B
shovels, I single shier, block. 1 hoc, 1 derrick frame, 1
vmu, an., a ioi oi rope, ana tne canal boat Log aa,
. . ... . w. nuiimu, aoerlD.
JaoS-dlOt. By En. Davta, Dep'ty.
J AS. M. H'KBl.
WM. H. &SBTIXATJZ.
M'KEE &, RESTIEAUX,
GROCERS
AND
PRODUCE DEALERS.
Ne. 84 North l(ls;a trees,
, .-, COLUMBUS, OBIO,
TTATE ON HAND AT WtTOLEHATE
AA
and Retail. FINK8T KT1PI.I SKiinimv,
FLOUR. SALT. TIA. OOFFSR. SUGAR, msnnnn.
BKQARB, Etc , I to. Our 8 took has bean purchased In
BAVAMi ,1V , .TV. UUr DIOO
Ratttrn Cilltt during tht Panic,
POR OABH.
and aur main endeavor will be ta offer Inducements lo
.asu o u i ana waich are not txctled by any House In
tbt Olty. decW
. Sheriff V Sale. '
IllaaUtk Whttlar ) " 1 '
vt. flantrlor Ooart. ' --' 1 -
Augustus W, Owens. - t
Y VIRTUE 0AN ORDER Of SALE
to sm directed from th Superior Court of Frank
lin county, Ohio. I will offer for tale in from, or th.
Uourtuouse, in inectty oruoluufbus, on '
Saturday tbe 19th day of January, A. D. 1861,
at 10 o'clock A. M. tht following described property, to
w.., uu, unj auiH, auacoes aa ia, property of Angus
tus W. Owing.
JeoS-lOtd
By 0. Wi HUFFMAN, Sheriff t
Printing Ofaco for Oalo.
THE CARROLL COUNTY DETHO-
aanabla tartaa. Ta . muIImI .wi. I- ka
for a bargain. Thee hundred dollars deem wad the
balance In two year,. Thtoffic hat a good ran of Job
work, and advertising patronage. . For particulars a
Amu. t L-k VJ. faADIur
declS-twkwSw. . Oavrolltoo, Obtt.
... " i ' ' ,
PARIS CLOAKS) AND PALETOTS.
Mad, la the moat slyllea tad atmnt atnnor.
new tnvwloe jast opened by
PKTER at AIM...
oec.il
ffo. ffl SeuAh Jllgh street. J,
CHEAT AHR ACTION
AT
258 IPS!, m
WM. RICHARDS
An !W J!OTIE THE PEOPLB OF
DRY GOODS
tver offtred ta their discriminating gatt-telected with
gnat ear, and purchased at Panic Pries, he f.tU JusU
Std lo saying, no man can offer greater Induoemtnti to
the "ready pay" buyers. Blillnasf
Dress floods
It complete. oaaHstlnc of all tba blot .t.u. a .
portatlons. .
, p..,..,.
both plain and fancy, and In great varieties.
Satinets, Cloths and Caurierep,
IN QUANT1T1SS TO SOTT TRI If AWT. .
PRiTTrai
PRINTS I ! PRII1TSII!
TASDS TO NDMCaotS TOO MINTION.
Shieling, Shirting, Ticking. Towallnr. OottAB At WmI
Flannel, Gentlemen's Furnishing flood,, 4c, Ac, at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
HOODS !!H00DS!!!
scAtrnrDL ohm just aiosivto st ixrarss.
BALMORAL SKIRTS:
4 yaros wide admitted by all to bj the
Best, Nicest and Cheapest,
In market. Don't fall to get ont.
Remember tht place and call toon at
258 South High Street, '
MIAS FBItND.
declS-lmd
WILLIAM RICHARDS.
mi
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolis!
Through to Indianapolis without Change of Cars
and bat One Change of Cars between
Columbus and 8t- Louis.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS.
FIRST TRAIN.
(Dally, Mondays excepted. I
NIGHT EXPRESS, wis Davton. at 1:15 a.
stop-
ping at London, Xenia, Dayton, Mid die town and Hamil
ton, arriving at Cincinnati at a JO a. m.; Dayton at 5 45
a. m., Indianopolia at 10-49 a. m.;tt. Louis at 1150
P '"' SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, at 6:10 a. m., stopping at all Sta
tion, between Oolumbus and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati 11:11. a. m., Dayton at 9 lit. m..
IndiauopollsafSjfflp. m.
THIRD TRAIN.
DAT IXPRBgS.at S:30p. m,, stopping at Alton,
Jefferson. London, Charleston. Oedarvllle, Xanta.
Spring Valley, Corwtn, Morrow, DeerSeld, Foster's.
Loveland, Mlllfordand Plainville, arriving at Cincin
nati at 7 80 p. m.; 8t. Louie at 12 m; Dayton at S 35 p.
m. ; Isdianopoltsat 10 3a p. m.
Sleeping- oar on all Nlrbt Train to
Cincinnati anal Indianapoii.
BAOOAGE CHECKED THHOIC1H.
lor further Information and Through Ticket, apply to
U. L. DOHSBTyT
Ticket Agent, Cnlon Depot. Oolumboa, Ohio.
M. W. WOODWARD,
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
. ,. JNO. W. DOHRRTT
luls Agent, Oolnsntat,
T K IT
WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN
HAVINQ A CIR0ULATI0S
LARGER BY UTER&I, TE0UtAHrD8
Than any other paper In Ohio, outside of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Advertising
Which CANNOT FAIL to bring
Speedy and Remnneratlve Return
To thoss who tmk advantag ef then-
THE WEEKLY STATEHMAN
D latributed at It Is through every Post Offloe In Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Who patronage it valuable, and who seldom as tht
Dally Kdltlons ef city Journali; and at inly
A Limited Hrimber of Advsrtlsamant
Are Inserted In Its columns, appoprlattty and
HANteOMEtY DISPLAYED!
nrtr oaratoT ran. to
V.ttraot Attention
Ot ALL I
WHOLESALE DEALERS
Advertising In tht WISELY STATI8MAN will fin
it advantagons In
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which Is almost certain to follow an eittnirvt dlattsnla
atloa of a knowledge of their baslnttt '
AMONG COUNTRY JJEALEES I
, ADVERTISEMKNTS INTRUDED FOB
The Weekly Statesman
Should bt handed In before Friday noon. -
LOOKING GLASS . STORE.
JOSHUA COWPLARD, : '
Manufacturer and Dealer, No. Kg South Fourth St.. '
be wen Market and Ohaatnut, Philadelphia.
tTTHEHE HE OFFERS AT IIIU' -
.P''0M' n "P,lT variety of Looking Alaase, la
Ollt, Mahogany and Walnai Vmnwt, Laig, French Plait
wj T , E?.d " OllUnd Fancy
wooa Portrait and Ptetur Frame. . .. . .
LOOKDia GLASS
FLAXES BY TBZ
BOX,
OS IX LKS3 QUAJfTIJ f.
Goods packed la
th Stfttt mttass, d Inrartd
against Breakagt. .
JOIHTA COWPUID,' -.
SS Bourn Fnanri Street, l'
'.ft t- :IkUadelphia.. ,
.7. ...).v .
SugSO-doas. ,
j Baltimore Clothing, Honse..:-
. r.WmjFAcrroMM vmd wHaAit mam. v ,:. 4
READYrMADE CLOTHING,
1 , No. 308. W, IMiimore-street, r
'' (stwii utaarr an aowaa,) ''
- ., t , DALTIllIURE, iTJd
A LarfS Assortomt" ol Pises "sx 4 ForBlshlng
- rrOot)d Coiutaatly wa Easd'
ucivthiiy . , ,. ,
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