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NEW SERIES.
COLUMBUS. OHIO. TUESDAY EYENIKG. FEBBUAM
,19. 1861.
4.3 .
I IX DOLLASS PZ3 TZA&
ttTariablj la Advance'
AT.,
DAILY. TEI-WEIXLY AM) WEKZII
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBIIBH) Bl AND PB0PBIBI0B8.
O Office Bm. 80, 88 and 40, Korth High ft.
TERMS INVAEIABLY IK ADVAHCB.
Daily . . SB fjo per year.
Bt the Carrier, per week. It) asnta
rri-WoaVlv 8 00
per year.
Weekly, '
100 "
crine of. Advertising hy qur.
netquarlyeai...t20 00
One " V motthe 18 00
Dne " t months IS 00
Dne " 3 months 10 00
On so. oar wek..a4 00
On , " ma w
On " lwee...175
" llin... 1 00
One V months 8 00
One ' 1 month. ( 00
on . " f Sdy.. 7S
On ' " . llnssrtloB SO
Displayed adTertliimenta half mor than th abov
Advertisements leaded and placed to the column of
Special Notices," dtmbltth ordinary rat.
All uolloes required to be published by law, legal rate.
I f ordered on the inilde exclusively after the flnt weak
per cent, mm than the abov rates; bat all such wil
appear In the Trt-Weekly without charge.
Buelneas Cards, sot exceeding fir Unei, per year, la
Me, $'i 50 per line; onUlde
Notleeeof ineetlngi,eharltableaaettei,flrompuli,
Ac, half price. - . .
All tratutmt advtrtlummi mutt U paid or M
aWennce TSe rule will not be varied frem.
Weeklr, earn price a the DaiW, where th lAjerHeyf
ctthe Weekly alone. Where fce Dally and Weekly
are both need, then the charge tfrrth Weekly will b
a !l the ratei of the Bally ; , i " ;.
No advertisement taken except fora definite period.'
BUSINESS CARDS.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Comer Spring ot Water 8UM
OolTXxrxloxxia , Ohio.
W. 33. POTTS & CO.,
And Manafactarert of Brae and Oompoettlon Outings,
, 1 1nlihed BraM Work of all Deicrlptlonl.
Electro . Plating and Gilding ! !
STENCIL CUTTINC, &C.
febl'60-dly
P. A. B. SIMKIHS, h
jsLttoiviXG-y ,t Law
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office Anibna BulMIng, oppotite Capitol Square. :
' OOLUMBCB. OHIOj
Machine Mannfaetnring Company
o.Dooooooouo.u.ooAe.D;
MANafACTCRIHJ OV
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Cutinga, Mlll-OeuiBir, KMhlneryi
i! it. ' ,
' ALSO,
nxllfon.ca. VSTorls.
', ' ' OF IVKT DIBCTUrnOM.
OHAfl. AMB08, Pap't. , , . P. AMBOB.iTreu.
dMll. IHSG-tf -
n
ft
PI H LeTi
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolis!
Through! to Indiaaaoolis without Change of Can
and but One Change of Can between ,
Columbui and St. Louis.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS. FIRST TRAIN.
' . (Dally. Monday exeepted.l
NIGHT SXPBKSS, eia Dayton, at 8:45 a. m., top
pint; at London, Xenia, Dayton, Hlddletown and Hamil
ton, arriilnr at Cincinnati at 8:20 a. m.; Dayton at J:
k ., Indlanopolli at 10 i8 a. m.;tt. Loalaat 11:50
. . SECOND TRAIN. : ; ) -AOCOMMODATIOlf.at
6:10 a. m., atopplna at all Sta
tion i between Oolambna and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
rlring at Cincinnati 11:03 a. m., Dayton at 9:15 a. m.,
Indlanopolli af S;i p. m. . -.
THIRD TRAIN. :. . ...
SAT IXPRE88,at 2:30 p. m., stopping at Alton,
Jefftraon, London, Charlmton, Cedarrllle, Xenia.
Spring Valley, Corwln, Morrow, Deerfleld. Foiter'a
' Loreland, Mlllfordand Plalnrllle, arrlrlng el Cincin
nati at TM p. m.t St. Loais at 18 m; Dayton at 5 35 p.
a.; Iadlanopollsat 10:38 p. m.
t t , . .- .' '
SUenlnar Car an all Nlarbt Train) to
Cinclaaatt and Indianapoli.
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH.
Jor further Information and Throach Ticket apply to
M. L. D0HCHIY, .
Ticket Agent, T7nlon Depot, Oolumbna, Ohio.
S.W.WOODWAKD, '
Bnperlntendent, Olncinnatt.
, . . JM0.W.D0HBBTI
luia ?.' Agent, Colombas,
TTOLIDAYS. ,
FANCIES.
loch artlolei a yon itrtr lot yonr 1IVSBAND
Juehuyonedfi)ryourWIFB. - .
.SJucnajerejreparforyour DAUGHTER. ,
iuoh as your BISTER will prat yon for. "
fash. a yonr BROTHER oa.
Shtoh ss yon taan for " TH1 ONI TOO 10 VI BE3X.'
Bach ss will be good tot th " BLI8SIS BABT."
uoh all lac for,
afav b fend la variety, In my aew stock ot
WATCHES, CHAINS JEWELRY,
PLATED GOODS
And general enortment o,
Fanoy and Useful Articles.
WE BLYNN,
N 10 Buckeye) JBUek.
December, 1880. y '
' - Just Deceived!
4aa nFi-OHHEEll ana- BLACK
1UVJ TEAS 100 bagi prime Bio Oonee. -1
50 pocketa old Datob OoTernment Jar Coffee.
. TSbaga Ceylon Coffee.- - . -
SOObbU. atandard Whit Bngars, conflating of POW
died, Ohrmhed, Granulated A and B Coffee.
80 quintal, George Bank OodfUh. ,,
80 bbla. Heis and No. 1 Mackerel. '
6 tea. Plok Salmon.
lOObx. Uyer Baiahia. ' J . , . ' " 'k i
50 bi. box do do
100 qr. boa do de - i
lOO at Olgara, different brands and grades. -norCT
' ' i WD. MoDONALD.
M. M. POWEUO c BHO
DfiLMS IN mrOBTKD AND DOMEBT10
CIO AUS, --
'.".'. ? bnttif,
AND VANOT AJtnOIill
No. 11 Cast Stato Street, between Flth and
the FoW)nlc,00iumou, vmo. oewtoom
FAMILY TLOOH.
TyniTK WnEATj BRANDED '
Frcm "Barnett Hills," Springfield, 0. th best brand of
Fleur brought to our market. Baiiiracuon guaraowva
For sale only t WM. MoDONALD'S,
no7 ' loa South High Stmt,
lEtolidav Presents.
turn mj m - v ctsj miVaUAKi'" sriv Atm rtmnvus
; chii'1z:es, ititEsiai SILKS, and ail
a vrnv a . sr itaiii ' m-tonvMrAfjfJ
King et mamonaei , .(, ... , f,T.
i , . Wlntew ZrMMi GrOOd. ' ,
we are bow offering at Ty lewrlei "nt
PITER BAIN, -
S1. . WfUlllltmtr
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ov
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n addition to ita politioal character, it is a first olasa newspaper, furnishing its readers with the
GENERAL NEWS OF THE DAY,
An epitome of the stirring event constantly ooeurring at home and abroad, and ehoice miscel
laneous selections. It also gives the latest and most reliable ... ,;
From all the prinoipal marts of Trade and Commerce.
The Business Nan, the Mechanic, the Farmer and the Laborer
Will each find their tastes and interests consulted and attended to in the columns of
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being now more than double what it was twelve months ago. It is our desire to extend ita cir
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MANYPENNY fe MILLER,
Tnn
PER ANNUL! !
ruBumxsj obio starsxa.
NAMES.
STONE'SBAZAAR.
No.4 Grwvnne Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HAKRA
ABE NOW RECEIVINO XHEIK WIW
TER GOODS, and inrlte the pnblio to Inipeot
them. No such stock of Goods baa erer been bronghtt
this market. The Booth, In ooneeqaence of the failure
of the grain crop, haa not been able to pnrohaae the ua
ol quantity of rich goods, and this faothaa forced the
Importer to sell tbem at pnblio auction. Our buyer
(Mr. Btone) being In New York at theae large aalei, took
dyantape of them, and we can and will Mil our goods
bar, at leaa man any one wno purcuuea two weei, imce,
paid for them In New York. Our atock U eomplet In
every department of
ELEGANT DRESS BILp,
OTTOMAN VELOURS,
BROCHE VA1ENCIA9,
PRINTED MESINOS,
PRINTED C0BURG8,
DYED COBUGS;
BLACK ALPACAS,'
ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS, PRINT3,
- DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth.
Bought in One Day,
At on ball the Cost of Impottatlon.
LADIES' FURS,
In all Varieties, f ibe ceiefcrawa
fllanafatare f O. O. Onn
tber 4c Son.
HOSIERY, DiPARTMENT,
Ken's, Ladles and Children'! Under Shirts and Drawer,;
Ladles, Hie and Children's Hoalery of all kinds, In
Wool and Lamb's Wool; Fleecy Lined and Cotton Glove
of vry make.
. ALSO ' .
A complete assortment jof all the usual varie
ties of
LADIES' CLOTHS,
CASSlMfcKUS.
OVERCOATINGS,
t ( ... , . TWEEDS,
FLANNELS, - ""
RIBBONS,
.DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladies andGenfi Linen Cambrio Hand
kercbiefii, &o.t &o.
To neraoniwho call on w. we nlede our words to
show them Ute largeit, best and cheapen (took of Good
rr seen In tbla market, or pay tbem on dollar per
hour wmi noaing. . , .
deol-dlyatawiiw. BTunn u mahha
OLDEN HII L SHIRTS, 1
GOLDEN HlLb 'BH1KTB, "j
GOLDEN BILL SHIRTS.
Ths pattern of fheee shirts are new. The Bodies, Yoke,
hoaoma are formed to BI the person wim
and comfort. The nark upon each one deslgaaUns; the
lie may be re Tied on ss being eorrw, ana ewaeum
tuaranteed wall mad. X full stock of sll qualUics
aonatantl for sal at . bain b,
HOTx. P"" "B" ...ww
Watches and , Jewelry.
1
1 a ASSORTMENT 'OF WATCH
is. Clocks, Jewelry, Bllverwar, ., kept onstaa
ywDanaat b. KIRKPATRIOK'8,
i ;'" ' Ko. ICS, South Higt Street, Columbus, 0
i TCr Watchee and Jewelry repaired.
1 deo4-d3m. - "
17AN0V DUENS MILKS,
A.' ' FANCY DAnsB Bik&B,
innv Ttmaa aTT.Ki.
W are bow' offering our Immeni took of Fancy Dress
Silks at prtoea leu than erer befor offered In thl otty.
The KttenUn tit Vi l.u. nf thl. site and - vicinity
solicited, a our stock I very select and complete In
grade, of goodeln tul Un. PETER BAIN,
new. . jfo, OT South Mlgu street.
'Ff Nodical Purpose"
PXJM BBANDDIES, WUntS, OOBDIALS, AKD BIT
ja. Txaif irom -soauea nmomw
: ' wm. Mcdonald,
Boviff ." ; . IOB Bouth Hlgh-wtreet.
UrALTESB THBEAB LACK NCITTS
1Y1 of ugant QuaUties for Idle alee, min' Mitts
great VKlety BAUi'ja.
issrn
w
IS
all
!
NAMES.
TUB TT.ra' i
WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN
HAVING A OIBCCLATION
LAEOEB BY '.BIVERAt , THOUSANDS
Than any other paper in Ohio, outside of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for AdTertising
Which CANNOT FAIL to bring
Speedy and Remunerative Retnrn
To thos who take advantage ef them.
THE WEEKLY BTATiCSMAN,
D Istributed u it is through srery Post Office In Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Headers
Whoa patronag Is valuable, and who seldom see the
Dally Edition of city journals; and as only
. limited Uumber of Advertisements
Are Inserted in its columns, appoprlaUly and
HANWOMELV WSPLAVEO!
ntrr oa knot ran. to
j3Lttxaot -A.ttoxition
OF ALL I
WHOLESALE DEALERS
Adrertifbg In the WEEKLY STATESMAN will fin
it adTantagous la
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which is almost certain to follow an txttnslv dissemla
atioa of a knowledge of their business
AMOKQ 90TJSTBY DEA1ZS3 !
ADVERTISEMENTS INT1NDED FOB
The Weekly Statesinan
Should be handed In be for Friday boob.
SOMETHING NEW
v . euxennntj
HOWARD & GO'S.
AMERICAN WATCHES.
pALL AT NO. 83, SOUTnillOH ST.,
uia waiH our new max 01
AMERICAN WATCHES.
manufMtund hy B. HOWARD A CO . Boston. Mats
TheM watenee are far superior to anything ever offered
to toe pnoiw, neretorore. uavtog the exeluslre agency,
I can sell them at prices to suit the times. I have Just
recei.cu iaix eioos ot
..J".., AMERICAN WATCHES, k"
manufaotnred by APPLBTON, TRAOT, fc CO ! alto,
finssisortmentof ,
ENOLI8II AND SWISS WATCHES,
la Ooldsnd Silver Cases, at Paste prices. ' :
Jan33 W. J. BAVAQ1.
HENRY KOIHLER,
(Lata of Phalon's Eitabllihment, N. T.,) Proprietor
in new xorx raanionaoi namw. iiau uutttn
Bhampooning, Curling and Dreeelni Saloon, Beat State
street, erer in roet umoe, where satltCactlon
be giTu In all th various branches. Ladies
vniidren's ilait Drenlng don tn th best styl.
Jyl-dlV -..
GEIsTLKinEN'N NECK "1 IK,
GEW TLB MEN'S NECK TIES, J
GKNTLIUXN'S NXOKTIIS.
Tits Bost dessrsbl aasortuMnt ia ths city and at unutal-
y tow prtoea. fetskbain.
now. ' - . ho. w south High street
T?LEUANT PLAIN BLACK SILKS FOB
lit Street Baaqnet and Mantles; alto, Kicks Trimmla
and Tamels to match, at BAIN
may -
A PPLES1 APPLEMI -
i. 100 bbls. Choios Apple reeelTed e eonelramenl
lor sale ty rncasa m jiasnaaux,
- 34 M. High tret.
TAANOT LINEN AND SILK PANS
A? newstylcsi Blbswa Bound, Jxtenelon and
dlaaFansal vain
nurtij " ., BT. 8 SoBttt Hlh etr
TtTina DlATfTLS BABAOE9 BOTII
FjWUle b4 !, Jutt roiT4 at ux
ft 00
S 00
Tri- weekly, per 1 1 ar. ,
Weekly, peryeai
1 00
Daily, per year.
The South as Seen by Rev. Dr. Bangs.
w. n.nnnt mfrain 'from clsc'iDir before our
readers the following extractB from a letter of
Rev. Dr. Bangs, a New iota; juetnouisi preaou
er, who la on a visit Sooth, which we find in the
Methodiit, a truly Christie newspapers
LOUISIANA CONFERENCE.
n.fn, t lft Nr York', some of mv friends
expressed fears (though I had none myself), that
I might meet with bard-Mage at the 8outh.
But their fesrs were groundless. The Louisi
ana' Conference assembled the week alter my
...tMlIilehon Earlv and the preachers re
ceived me as a Christian minister and a Christ-
tan brother, and In every place, ana oy an toe
people with whom I associated, I was treated
with as mncb kindness and warm-hearted friend
ship as ever before In my life.
The Conference Is small, about seventy preach
ers, mostly young men, fall of seal and activity.
some Daov to go seven or igu nuourea oiiia
to their fields of labor, at an expense of one or
two hundred dollars, bat they seemed to go to
their work cheerfully.' A beautiful brick Meth
odist Episcopal church has just been erected in
Baton Koueet it was aeoioatea toe oaDoain
after our arrival. Rev. C. K. Marshall, of the
MisslgsiDDl Conference, preached the dsdioatory
sermon an eloquent and glorlons discourse it
was. from the words "Worship God." They
Invited me to Breach In the evening. I did the
best I could, with my head rolling and pitching
like the sblo I had Just left. Though the mem
bers of this ohuroh are comparatively few, they
raised, on this day of dedication, the sum of
4.730 towards defraying the expense of Its
erection. Was not that noble for a feeble so
cial 1 -
1 seemea to nave arrivea, nowerer, ia tuo
- ... , . , ,
season of deaicauons. ine rresoyierian
church of this place was consecrated on the 17th
bvtbe Rev. Dr. Breckinridge, President of
Oakland Colleee. juississipni. nis sermon ana
nraver for the Union did me eood. I felt like
slvlnir a sood Methodist shout, and told him
so. Hearing that I was In town, one of their
deacons waited npon me with a polite request
that I would preacn lor tnem in tne evening, to
which I cheerfully consented. The Lord help
ed me to speak the truth in love the sermon
was loud and long enough to have been a good
one. On the afternoon of the same Sabbath, I
preached to the blacks la the Methodist Epti
copal churob. I enjoyed it much, and they
seemed to feel "mighty" well; too before ser
vice closed thev beean to walk around and
shake hands with "old massa." Some of them,
I believe, thought "old massa" did not use big
words enough, but talked to them too much as
If they were little children. One of them had
his hymn book, started the tunes acd closed with
prayer.
SLAVERY.
The relation of master and slave has never,
to my satisfaction, been proved a sin. That
there are great evils connected with it, or that
may grow out of it, I have no doubt. So are
there evils that may result from the marriage
relation, or the relation of parent and child,
but this does not prove the relation itsolf to be
a sin. A great change has come over the polit
ical reeling bom worm ana souin, witnin toe
last twenty-five veers. One extreme begets
another. The extreme measures of the North
upon this subject, bave driven the South Into
the opposite extreme. Heretofore there were
thousands at the South who considered slavery
an evil, but a necessary evil, which they knew
not how to remove; but now, so far as I could
learn, they have oome to the conclusion that
the "institution" is right and scriptural, and
the best state possible for the blacks. I will
not stop to argue thepotnt at all, I merely stato
the faot. As to the physical 'condition of the
slaves at the South, I believe thru art far bitter
offtkan tkt fret lUek of tht North better fed,
better clotbea, oetter nonsea, ana 00 tes wore.
They appear the happiest set of people to be
round their masters ana mwreeeee nave an
the care and expense. I am told that the laws
of Louisiana and Mississippi are very severe In
protecting the slave. The Methodists are do
ing a treat work among them. Msny mis
sionaries are employed on the plantations some
of them are paid by the planters themselves,
some by the Missionary Society, and some con
gregations of blacks In New Orleans support
themselves. I converged with a brother preach
er, who Is constantly laboring among this peo
ple, and be gave a thrilling account of bis mis
sion. ' ' -
The movements of the abolitionists or the
North htot beenfrtJuetiv of nil, and only nil,
to th matter mdtUti exasperating the for
mer and oauslng them to restrict the privileges
of the latter. Ob, when shall this wicked strife
oome to an end, i nd brotherly love and frater
nal Intercourse return 1
Let us give the Soutn tneir just eiaims, ana
let their Institutions alone. Cease this unchris
tian strife there is a worse evil than slavery,
brother warring against brother! I lore my
Southern brethren. There are as warm and
trne hearted christians here as any place on the
lee of the earth, acd thev are as honest In their
vlaw of thlnes as we are. We must beware of
rub Judgment. God will Judge ns all in the
lt da,. Otr. that mv head were waters, and
mine eyes a fountain of tears, that I might weep
day and nlgm lor my courcu anu my cuuotry 1
Shell T It, to sea this beautiful stroeture which
mi father assisted to raise with bis blood, scatrf
"- .... . . .
. . .. .... r r
tered to tnewinasi 1 pray jou y men mi aviie
and contention, stop hands off! I repeat, un
Ar, fir aa von can. the mischief von have al
ready done. As long as I llvs will I pray for
the peaoe or Jerusalem ana toe union ui toeso
finitMi State. O God. the Lord of hosts, arise
and save tby heritage, for vain la the help of
H. BANGS.
Artificial Propagation of Fish.
a
will
and
IN
In
Enoonraired bv the success which Attended
experiments for the propagation of fish by arll-
nolal processes in rranoeana outer parts 01
Europe, disposition was evinced by many per
sons In this country, four or five years ago, to
trv their hand at the business. Several. State
I jni atnres nassea taws umKicu tw u pro
- . . 1 . J .J t . L -
taminn f fl.h. and manv private irentlemen
having suburban residences, attached fish ponds
to their premises, or enwreu uin uyuu mo
stud ot niaoloulture as a science. The aggre
gate result has, no doubt, been considerable
Sundry "gentlemen farmers" on aong luiana,
or at their villas in wesicuwver wuui,ur iur
the. nn th Hudson river, make no more of tak
Ing a string of good trout from their 'poUds,
than would an om-iasnionoa nuw vi gums u
bis bun for a pullet. Nevertheless, with more
system and persereranoe.there might have been
a, peroepttble difference in the supply or fresh-
water nsn in our maret. .
r tha OMh tilt., e-lvea a long account of the
annnoaa attending salmon breeding on the river
Tay, where, at the solicitation 01 vu proprie
tor, nf tha flaherles. Lord Msns&eld granted a
.it for th nraotlos of pisciculture. This ex-
TiA.lmoni era Induced not only by the growing
v . . . . t .t... .n 1;... .i ...
aoaroity 01 nsn, out vj um "ou .uv. u u. u.
In rrance fivers naa necu peupmu, uU i.u
dered of great value to tb nation by the arti
ficial system, ana also laai a grauu uiauicm;
tural establishment . or. laboratory, cover
ing about seventy acres 01 grouna, naa oeea
erected and carried on with great success
at Hunlngue, near Basle, to serve as a depot
for the distribution OI ova hi exuausteu nrer.
In Ireland, too. nisolonlture bad been success
fully established at several places, either from
fancy or win a view u ouuimnui.i
Ti T. kraedlnff rjonds oompttse 300 boxes,
fliiaderlth rravel. on which the Impregnated
.n..n i rlannalted. and afford room lor the
hatching of about 550,000 salmon the whole
well protected by trees. These boxes are placed
on ths bed of a ditch, through which a stream
of water flows gently from reservoirs at its Beaa,
.n k.iAw ar other reserTotrs, to serve as re
Mirinw nonds for the vount Asa. "From ths
- jm lw J t ' prn tlme, .opw1'00'
these ponds have been attended with complete
suoceae, with the exception of one severe season.
10 1857, the total number or eggs laid oown was
160,000, nearly all of which oame to life, and
were in good time launched on tbelr journey
seaward. The whole batch, it is stated, were
the produot of 14 grilses, and the milt from 15
salmon. In remarking on the facts, the Lon
don riavs says, "It Is pleasant to know that
the hundreds of thousand ot fish bred In these
ponds are already felt as a makeweight In the
revenue derived from the Tay fisheries. Rents
sre again on the rise, so that the proprietors
will, in due time, be smolf compensated for
the small assessment necessary for the plsoi
cultural operations wbioh bave, of late years,
attraeted so much attention."
The Increasing soarcity of cnoioe freen Dsn
from the inland waters of the United Bute,
will eventually compel a resort to means such
as are here described: and it is satisfactory to
know.ln advancs that efforts in this direction are
sure to have their reward. N. Y. Journal of
Comma tt.
Progress of Sculpture in the United States.
To th Editor of th Tratueriph Frequent
visit to ths Dorio Hall at the State Hons,
during the few dsye since it has been obanged
to a "Sculpture Gallery", have taken our recol
lection backover a quarter of a century to the
time when there was not a native born sculptor
in the United States) and when there was not a
bust or statue in Washington, or In any of our
large cities that did not owe Its origin either to
a foreign country or to a foreigner' band.
Taking a retrospeot 01 tne put oepartea
sculptors of eminence bave become Immortal io
their works; and many living In foreign lands
have written their names on Imperishable mar
ble; but In the present case we have before us
a gallery or sculpture inacpenaent or foreign aid
or education, and feel much enthusiasm, pride
and satisfaction at ths faot. Henry Dexter, the
sculptor of these contemporary Governors, was
the pioneer, borne educated, native sculptor, we
believe, who made the first marble statue in the
United States "Ths Binney Child," at Mc
Auburn. Since then his works In marble nam.
ber mors than two hundred pieces. His bast of
the late John D. Williams, of Gea. Lyman, of
Wm. Lawrence, and of ,R. C. Wlothrop, A. H.
Rioeand Henry Wilson, and many others, have
sufUoient artlstio merit to immortalize any name.
The status of General Warren at Bunker Hill,
standing In dignity snd grandeur, is by him.
Hia smaller pieces the Winchester Daughter,
and the Cashing Children, are remarkable ex
amples for embodying Individual likeness and
poetical idea.
Mr, Dexter Is withal a modest man, relying
upon his own merit; he asks nothing but an
opportunity to spend his time and talent In the
art I e loves. He does not OABt plaster npon the
face of his sitters, as many suppose to the de
gradation or all art malting, in Ibis way,
spectral forms but has art in his eye, and feel
ing to guide hia bands, performing more truth
fully than by mechanical means.
All these Governors of the United States
were in office the first of January, 1860; but few
of them are in office at the present time; and all
these busts, thirty-two with the President of
the United States (California and Oregon be
ing yet to be taken) bave been modelled from
lite by the sculptor, who has visited each State
in the Union, and worked at the residence of
each Governor. Another collection of equal
interest and magnitude Is not to be found In the
world. Being a national work, they are de
signed, when completed in the marble, to be
kept as an historical collection of 1860. The
likenesses of those we know.we find faithful and
truthful, having thatyois ot attitude, so impor
tant In a bustor statue. There Is not an Ignoble
head in tb collection. Every fold of drapery
is natural, appearing aa if it had been mov
ed, vet keeping its breath and simplicity of
contour. '
Wc hear that Mr. Dexter has been advised
to take this collection abroad to exhibit as th
last Governors of the American Confederacy.
But this should never be seriously thought of.
Orders, we learn, have been given for copies of
several of them In msrble.to adora either private
residenoee or legislative balls, snd we djubt not
that the national enterprise and artlstio skill of
tbe girted sculptor will receive rtcn rewards,
in orders for copies which shall occupy as much
time as he desires to devote to his profession.
Botm Tranteript.
Notice,
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THE FOLLOWING OIIA1IOES WERE
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1681, to wit: Wm. A. Putt, President, and Tbobac
Moodii. Oaahler, reiUned their offloee. Datid Tavlob,
X,q.. wu ihen elected President and WM. A. Platt ap
pointed Oaihier. -.
ny oraer or ane Boara oi virecwn.
fob 5, 1881-dtf. W. A. PUTT, Oaehler.
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11 r i DtVITB ATTEVTInW ia mam af th But '
inwrauvj eure ay my
PECTORAL SYRUP.:
7:t:
They an at horn, and nv en who hu Aouhfai u la.
qulr of th ptrsoa who hare beea out hy.lt. T ... ,; , s
DR.
KET81R IB FKBPAbID AT ABTf TIM f r
tXAMINl LUNOS WITHOUT CHARflli. Stilt 1L
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SB EH . .. E .K H:..-te!!.0 tt
hi1:'; w rz;:,p:;::,ZY:,r:x
itiw na.au au autuigiNA.. . it
ATTIND TO TOTJR COtt3 A cue of St yen
taudlnc eared by DB. KXZBMR'S PEOTOBei SIADF.
t ' 'i o..' '-., r. j 1. 1 : !.iBf
v . PivwcsmJes. U.I8BO. tr j
Db. Bjrrn-afwir ha keen afflicted with a had
eagh 4 dunalts atMUaa. fo a its bw
which, for Rrrerml yean hack, had trad wily laofcaaed a
riolenoe. Ib complaint hu been hereditary, end eh"-''
had been t reeled byanJ pbyaktaneirlUMui aiiy ml .
nei. t an uis sum i ar eeje, i proeured iobm at youf .
Pectoral Ooush Syrun. IbouihL th Ant Ume. a flflv
cent bottle, which relieved her very much 1 1 then called
aaa so, a uoiiar eottie, wnieu eared ber entirely, and
sh ha now no trie of th former dlatase, exeent weak- "
neas. i wouta auo siai wet a uaeu u medlcln my
self to scold andeough- Th medicine cured m by Uk t
ln(naoe X expre my enur sattefarUoa with the
medicine, and you ar at liberty to publleh thl if you
deitr to do so. WM. WILSON,
Alderman lUth Ward.
- PiTTiacaeB, Kov. 18. ISSB. -Da.
KsvfXB : Although not an advocat si Patent
Hedlrlnee, in general. It affords m pwaaar InrWetrliia
bl to recommend your Peotoral Syrup. As a saedicia
It I well worthy the attention of any perm heavy la
any manner be afflicted with aouih. oold, and hnoueinar
of any hind, and for th peculiar sjuaUfloaltea for n
moTlnf ill that diaatreeabl sensation attendls a .
vera oold. - .
I here been, mora or lent, In my Ufa, effected with thr -,
severest f eoid and hoareea. At tune my throat '
would become to elueed as to prevent my ipeaklog abor
a whisper, and by taking a few doeea of the above Syrup '
It would relieve me entirely. - -
la recommending thl medldae, I mutt anhecttatingTy ,
sy that It Is th beet remedy I erer found, purporting to
car tb shore, nor should any family be without thl -remedy
fordiaeaseeioprevaleut.
Yours, most respectfully,
' KDWAKD i. JONKS,
Oaahler Cltizeua' Depetit Bank. '-
8rauetKvux,0., tfarch 14, IPiO ' J
I have used Dr. Eeyeer'a Cough Syrup fr a bad eongh '
of seeeral years etaodlDg, and can cheerfully say It Is .
th best medicine for the sam that I haveerer tken.
j.w.eaioM.
1 1
COIi. PRATT AND DB. KETSEBt PECTORAL .
BTBUP.Da. Emu-Dear Sin Bxcus tb 4alur of -i
my Acknowledglei tbeezcellenoe of your rtoloreCough
nyrupoonr. a uxe great pieasur m aaying umt It I
all you say It bv It knecJctd tht rwit ot o mfmmvaK
and th wont on I was ever afflicted wlthj I have uot
uid more than one-hair of th bottle, and I oaa ana do "
wleh that all who are afflicted would give It a fair a trial '
at I hare done, and they will be proud to say, "It is no'
quack medicine." I would not suffer another uoh aa .
attack for any consideration, or at any cost. I am con
fident I can breath more freely than I tv-r did. I ahall u '
always acknowledge a debt of gratitude for Is res ting ,
excellent a remedy. You ore at liberty to uee my name .
la this regard, a yon think proper B. F. PBaTT. " '
Mneenger Common Council, Plttabunu, Pa.
Pittsburgh, may 11, 1859.
H . B I am ae strangw t my fllewttliena.aad
who entertain doubt can consult me personally.
. r. P. "
PrmaoaoB, April ti, 18S7,
. BEAD THE TETJTH. Iia. Knot: I bar daaah.
ter wb bu taken vral mcdwia for bad sough, .
without benefit among them Aytr's Cherry Pectoral.
I purchased from you a bottle ef your FBOTOMAI, '
STACP, and befor ah had used half a kottl ah was ..
raUared. Th second bottle cured her entirely of bar
ooogB. JOHN DAJUJf,
Mounson street, Alleghany.
v Prrrewoaoir.DiKpember. 31. 1853.
A SBBAT OITRB BT SK. KKItKM.t TaOTOMaL
8YBUP. I lire In Feeble township, Allegheny county. '
i naa a oougnint ana spuung, wntoa row menus afloat ' r.
th 4th et Vebruary last, and continued igh! mmtha. I
employed th beat physicians In th country, and my u
cough oontlnud anabated uatll early hi October. At ,
tnat ume I wm aaviaea to try your raUTO&ATL CODOH
8IBUP, which I did, nd after I had mkea eo beUI I . .
wh entirely free from tb eoughlng and epllttnc. I had .
despaired of erer getting well, end I think It ahould be '
known ua uu vaiuabl rmdy will da lor etmn That
Mhaewualnmyuaa. JOUS O.UTILS, . .
Wltneet-B. ht. Axbb, Peebles tswahlp,. . .
, , ,'. 'ii
PattosT,., April 14, 1M7. V
A WONDBBFTJt CUBB. Som time aro. aa ttht ai
neighbor ef mia was very 111. with a bad oghwhlci r.
rery on (uppoced to be ooneumption. Hie relaa.ee ,
told me that be bad takes avery remedy they heard of '
wltfaoat benefit; hi brother came to him die. and all J
war eonfirmcd tn the belief thai he eould aat ilea. . t ;
had about th thirl ef a bottle of yoar Peetaraj ,rp.
wbloh 1 get hlauaad tt ntlrety eared luaa. o th acton,
lahmeat of alt what make th eat mors rtmarkabl.
Is th extrem an of th maahebelBraboteiht--Tea-m '
Id. I hare no doubt tb Peotral bm hie tire. ' u : :i
pEOTOBAt 'tnicp.iif itiiks :
nd m another supply of your valu-.
SB. KXTSEB'A
VILLB. Pleue send
abl ''Pectoral Syrup," atmoet vnbdy anund a-
haa theooM and ar Inquiring tor "Dr. lUysN t-aoeoeal r
Byrup." W nar eoiailxtaeu Bottle, laetweaa.aadar ,
now enUrely eut. Hr. A. Alter and Hr. P. kfaher, both'
of Blalrerl le, Ps , tell a they would bo b wlthoat K
In their famUle. In fart, all who rue It anoe waat It .
again.. Yours, respectfully, .
WAAlABSUn Sa BVdB '
January 30, 1800. . . ,
...(.... .a
AM0TH1B 1TBW CEBTlriCATBDB. KHTSV.BB
PIOTO&AL 8YROP. I had been tnabled wlik aann.h
and oold tur eereral week, eo bad wa, It that I xmJd net '.
tleep. lbad to adrVoe aad preeerlptteae fr-wa akiae ef a
UMbettphytldaaela theelty. whom laouldaaia,batdo
notdtao. I finally procured a bottle f year Paateral
Syrup, wbioh ured me eatlrely. Slrnad. .
y.w.BlEoMtoirV?'-
' 3SIJrstrt,Plttabrxh, Pa.aa KlSap, t
"stop THArporoHWo."-TLrow.ar nr -o
to Ktyasr'ioa Wood itreet and get a bottia ef litaCwagm O
Pectoi ai, and If that don't eure yen, your oaa moat b
deeperat Indeed." Ibis taaspeelmnof the wttvquy
ene beer almoet every day laooM -catch leg parted. at
th year. Andweaan, from latual experiment, aheer
fully eonear la th adrleer'iadmenltioa aeab.ro, lor t
bar tried th "Pectoral," la a moat stubbons , with
ntlnsucoess. Hear two wk ago w want t Pittsburgh, 1
with n of th saoet dietseeelng, oatiary, arallab, al,
subduabl eough w vr xperiooed Hoc oar adevot
upon this mundan apher. W oagud ataadily and '
laboriously for one whole week, la hopes of Urine if tmt
but It was no go. In fact It eemed rather to ban Im
proved by praotle, and o bar aeqah-ed ataasBpotea .
cy and dUtribiUty by th operitlon.. I this staged ,
th steg, we eouitwd our way to KeyseT, 140 Wood St.
procured a fifty cent bottle f th " Pectoral)'' took M -acoordleg
to direction., and la forty-eight hours we ware
master of the field,' tbe enemy havmg- umnadlttonally '
surrendered, after a brief but anequal enfUct with ao ,
formidable an advarary a, Keymr's tunou "Oough
ttcUnl."irmniU4 OUpptr,m. 14, J8M.,,,, i.e.
' , i .. -a"" ., k .r.,,.
: DB. KETSBB'S PBCTOBAI, STBCf b) prepared' aad
sold by Dr SBOBOa H. &BT8ES, 140 Wood otreai,
Flttburgh,P. .. . . , .,
1Q- Bold la Columbus by K0BXBTI St tAWtl. n '
rjpoi
.', jfiroD
"l.f.'j-t-'v.i
Prepared and sold by
1 D.'bB0!, h. 'iitutt
' f .'' ! ii-.' 1 '! itO
140 Wod (U, PittsbOfh,
Pries, U cents.,,.
JIT" Sold la Columbus by BOBIBTS bABTCBaV. J
.ctv7:Stawkim.
JAS.U.AIKJEB..
WM. 9. BI3TIIAUX. ' '
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Kaitera 01 He during th panic,
ardOTrrfi.ln ei'lcrof Will b to oCer hidnr-nrete to
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