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VOL. VII: NO. 220.
EYMIN G. FEBRUARY, 20 ;-186lI
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D AILY, TBI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBLISH) BI AXD FBOPBIITOSB.
CT Office Sos. 8, 88 and 40, North High 6t
! TBIIMB INVARIABLY IN ADVAHCB.
Ha flit . .m-.rn.m-. BIB 111! TMr WUTi
" UT us tamer, per wnii ni
.rrin ii of AdverUelng bf So.re.
ntiquar 1 yeai...20 00
0neiqur3 wk..4 00
On " SJ
On. ""lWMky. 1
0 month IB 00
8 month 15 00
3 month . 10 00
tl nonlhi B 00
1 Bontb. r 5 00
1 UMrUOB B
DlapWcd dTf UMinonU blf man tbu Um abor
Arivertimnento le4l u plaeid In A eolumn of
iB-ll Notme," dovtl ttoonunary rm.
All uutlcureqnlrsu to b pnblltbwlby Uw, ltfslntM.
If onlerrd on Uie Intiae ezoiauniy um unmw
pet can:, wore thin to mboT rUn; bat nil iaoh wll
.nn lii lhTrl-WeklT Without ehre.
BaiiamOudi,notzoNdln nMlin, pwynr, ln
I ile, (50per llnfti vnuid i.
NotlcM of nieoUngl.enuiUblM ocUUm, fir ooplllo
0., nmir pri. . .
All traiM idifrtUmmtt mutt U patdtr im
aiwme Tie rul will not be Tri4 f rm. . .
Weekly, um price M th plly, wher UjtarjHlm
el the Weekly alone. Wher lie Dally and Weakly
re both nwd. then the charm lerthe Wekry will b
a ilf the rate of the Dally -No
adTerUiasnt taken exoept for daflnlt period.
EAGLE , BRASS WORKS,
1 Corner Sprint At Water U.,
c5 o lxxiax'to xa , Olilo.
. Wi B. f POTTS a OO
And Mtpnfketnran of Braa and Ootn poet Hon OuUngi,
- Ilnlihed Brau Work of all Daaeriptlonl. ' " '
Electro : Platingand Gilding! !
, Tt. A. B. 8IMKIK3, ,
Attorney at Xj-w
. ANP NOTARY PUBLia , - . -Offloo
Amb'-i Bulldloc 6ppotlt Capitol Bqnar.
, C0LUMBD8, OHIO;
Machine Manufacturing Company
MANUf ACTUUM Of
STEAM: ENGINES f; BOILERS,
'CMttngililU-Craftrins, MMhlnaxy."" "
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di , a.f OI ITMT OXSOUrTRHh :.i"J f.;i l ir
,: a .-. cm,vnBV9i ohio.'
0HA8. AMB08, Bnp't. ' "F. AMB08,iTrav
r , , 5
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolis
'Through to tridlaoaoolii without Cbmgeof Cart
i' an4, but One Change of Car between
v - 'ColumbuiaDdSt. Lonli. ; '
1 iW J a i
TllE.EE TRAINS PAILY FROM C0LUM-
. ' 0 1BU8. - ' '
FIRST TRAIN. :
(Dally. Monday mcoptd.)
NIGHT IXPK12B9, via Dayton, at 1:45 a. .,itp
plu ai UndoiK Xentm Dayton, aUddletown aa Baatl
ton.arlloat01nelnnatlati:40a. m. I Dayton at 4:43
a. a., Iadlanopolla at i 10: a. ra. ( rt. Loala it ' 11:50
p.m.' . ! . I i ' l .:
r ii i SECOND TRAIN. . '. " " V
ACCOMMODATION, at 6:10 a. m., itopptng at n Sta
tion, between Colombo end Clndnnatt and Dayton, ar
rtrlnn at Cluelnoatt 11:03 a. a., Dayton at 8: 15 a. a.,
lndu!!f!if fiiab.TRAiN. ...J::!:ir
DAT IXPBH8,at 9:30 p. a., atopplnc at -Alton,
Jaffenon, 'liondoii,- Oharletoa, Oedarrlll, Xenla.
IprUi VUy, Corwlar Morrow, D eerie Id, Toatar'a.
Lorcland. aUllfordand. PllnTllle,arrlTli at Cincin
nati at 7:80 p. m-t Bt. touli at 18 nj Dayton at 3:3 J,
.;IndlaiopolUatl9:3Sp. m. ; lU . ,j ; ;iJ .t.i ,
leeptnar Cars n all lflrht Tralaa im
VaalBaaa mmu mmr"'"
for fnrtbAt Information and Tbrongb Ticket Fplyto
. , , : . L L. DOHtKTT, ,
Ticket Arent, Union Depot, Onlnmbna, Ohio. ,,
i. W.TTOODWABD, !
-.y (aparlDtondent, Cincinnati. :
- jno. w.DonjiiiTr '
i rk t -i n a v e
, , .. , '. l F a n i e , ...
Bocn arUole u yon isHH for yonr BTJBBAND v '
BuebM)fo(l foryobrWIIl . : rt . r r. , ,, i
BnchMawjiroperforyoarDAMBTia. - - J
Bach at yon, r BISTER win jwKw yo.fw. . ,
Baeb a yor BEOTUIE oav . . - ,
Boob a foa ttant for "TBI 0NN Y0TT D0T1 BIST.'
Buck aa ttUl ba goo4 tot the " BLI8SID BABT " , ,
Hu ba found In Tariety, la my W took of
WATCHES, CHAINS, .JEWELRY,
" PLATED COODS, ' : ' -
Andpneralaaprtaratof - . .,-) r r :.
" Taney and TTiebil 'ArtloleB. .
vi3. ..:.! -.'.i n,: io Backey Blaeki
' , . Jmt Beoelvedl . , : . .
-Aft iir. CU an BLACK
. lUUTUAS IOO pan primaH Cone. ....
1 A pocket oa vnwlB uurvnateww! wywo ...
1 B bee Ceylon Coffee. , , n i) f :' V- '
2 0 bole, atandard WblW Bnrar. oomlitln of PoW
rr- drtd, Chrnahed, Oranulaled AahdB Ooffa. .
50 qnintal George Bank Oodfleh. - -
BObbla. Ueee and H. 1 Mackereft 'iVX P.:
. t . Tlok Balaon- -, ej ;
100 tat, Uyr IUin ... . ,j
' i 60 tat.' bo do. , do ,ti u . , ,. . A.
niuqr. do oo a .,"! I,
iui V"1! nwren oranai ana (mm. . -BOT-7
- WM. MoDONAlD.
''' til alcu iwikrokTnh-' boitterrto" ' n
MCtaVSfta.' ' .-...., I ut
... - .jOBAOCD, I... -i "-.!.,
1. , aVTTrf . - . I
HoTll East State Street, btwn High and
'.' '" TAMIL'S' rLOl7BB.-sv.ani
WIKITpj WHEAT, BBANDDO '';o
Proa " Baniatt UUla," Bprlngndl O.-lb bt brand of
Hoar broueht to our market, eautnenon iiuum.
Por a.1 only at i. WM. WoDOB AID'S,
oy7 10a Boath gtgh stmt.
r Ho) idav Presents. .
nil.ldAN. ifll.AI'VES. : WEBIIIO"
Kj CHI-K,E8,.1UES!1 SILK..and.U
Klnaa oi mioionaoi. . .tj, , . . . ;j7 r.
a A. h.hlM.l,.
1 ' t Wlnt'ZrsMM Oooda.
we srsnowofferlnBStnry lowprk"-1"' 'J
Dal WD alTW
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.... . j ronuBBBa OHTO STATBOCAH.
FEB ANNUM !
STONE'S BAZAAR. 1
Ij:': . .i:-.y.;i '.we u i v . 0 11 I".
S"o. 4 " GKTvnno u Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HARRl 1
ABE WOW KECEITING THEIB WIN
TBR GOODS, and lnrlt the public to lntpaot
them. No neb atock of Ooode ha erer own broniht to
this atarkrt. Tb Booth, In oBeqnno of tin failar
of lb train rop, ba not b able to purehaee the a.
ualqaaotlty of rich food, and this facta forced the
Inporter to U thus at paklie auotlom. , Our bnyer
(Mr. Stone) btlnc-ln Hew fork at tbea U.tfr sal, took
dranta of them, and we oan and will eell ar foodi
Mr, at km man anyone wno pwnuiwu iwu mwm auige,
said for tbm In New York. Our (took t compute In
erery department of . ...(..
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS, . J,
, BROCHE VALENCIAS,
; PRINTED MERINOS,
PRINTED CO BURGS,
." , DYED COBUGSi
BLACK ALPACAS, , u .
Fancy woven fabrics,
. ; all wool delaines,
It i n POPLINS, PRINTS,
. ,. . .. , DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausaiid Dollaw Worth
! Bought in One Day, u
At ItaU th cast at impcitatlon.
la mil Tarlatlea, ( tha. Celenratea
natrafatare ai C. G
, .,.-,. x ..1 -i ,
HOSERY :dTpARTJLENT, ,
Kn's,taa1ei and OblWren'S Under BWrt and Drawer!
Ladle, HiiMiana vjnimreD
Wool and Lamb's Wool; rtMe Used and Cotton Wore
ottrerymak. - i , .
A Vwmpletf Msortment' of all the nsnal arle
ties of ... ,
LADIES' CLOTHS, - -
' CABalMMtbSi '- ' ,
C;v , 1. . . v. -4 OVERCOATINGS,
c 11. TWEEDS,
FLANNELS, ' ' ;
1 RIBBON d, "
t io . - ..j - DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladiei imdOent't linen Camlric Hand-
keichieu, do., &c. :; -r.
T Mnonewh eH on , w plJg ourwordi to
how then tb larg, belt and bepel Stock of Sood
erer awn In thl market, or pay tbemon dollar pt
dOl-01jl"l'WT -. BTUtia U B,
SOliDEN Mil A. BHIKD, .i r
,., i QOLDEM BILL BHIRT8, ' .
.', . O0LDIH HILL BHIBTB.
4 xlliii nf then ihlrl are new. Tb SodltS. Toke,
lerrei and bosoms are formed to Bt tb pmon with
t Mnfat.; The mantueoB easoon.aaifn.uni uw
railed on asMUS correct, ana eacnami
guarantewt Well made.
Stook of all qnalltles
entantly for Jt
Watches and Jewelry.' ;
k wwwbs snKnnTiriErST of watch
A, Oloeks, Jewelry, Bllverwaie, ao kept eonstant
y e BSna , k i . -.- : . vrnirpATTtlOK'li.
Ho. IBS, South Blgh Street, Columbus, 0.
IjAANCV ih:n9 SILKS,
l?.U0i.i IAN01 DBS3B 8I1.B.B, : j i . :.
' . ' " aiunl ID1M Itf.ltL
ir. iMmMtm ur inuut took of Tincf Dree
Bilk at price lee than tt btor effrd to this elty.
Tb. attvtitMD f the 14 U of tbl ohy sad rieinlty
solicited, a eur ttook I veif setoet and oomplete In
swdeaof coads la. this Un . . , PBTEB BAIil, .
0Ti!4. Ho. W South Hlgbtre.
pTJRl PBANDDIBS, WINI8, C0KDIAL8, AHp BIT
J. ..IT .!., u.ivWITV
IOO Bouut Hlga stmt.
; Lace mitts
lU of ign CMilUos ivt Laui ejac,
t nun p Aia.,
t . ion, ? :,J
WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN-
' BATTNO A 0IB0in,ATI01f " ' ; ;
LAROXB BY BXVZBAIi'c TH0TJIABB8
Than any other paper in Ohio, outdd of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Advertising
:- J ' Which CAITNOT TAIL to brine; :: : '
Speedy- ana Bemaaeratlve Betnras
To those who take adrsntsge af them.
THE WHIH'.K XtZ STATHBAIAK.
Dtotrlbuted ss tt Is through every Post OBo tnOhlo,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Who patronage Is valuable, and whs seldom see the
Dally Editions of attjr Journal; and as only
A Limited Nu&to of 'Advertisement
-Are Inserted lulls eoluans, apyeprawly and hi ,
' Of ALL! ss:!-kJt (X i
AdrerttMngln tt W IKLT BTATX8MAH will la '
" tt advantagou ia ' t" l.1'. '
THE INCREASE QF TRADE
Wnloh I almost eertsla te fellow an estsnslvsdUstada
atton cf a knowledge of tbeir bojinei 1 ; v
AUONQ . COTOTEY DEALEES J ;
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ADTRT18BBOT8 ININDBD IQX ,
1 paoBiaoe nanoeoin ooiore inw both.
SOMETHING- NEW '
HOWARD & GO'S.
a ff It m. rm larsm 1 aa Wlm"'-m -. vw ea ran '
f i amjju Am w di owv -a mm niun f Mm
and txainiDt ear Dtw muc ot -
It AMERICAN WATCH ES,
osnufaetniwd by I. H0WABD 00 . Boston. Hus.
Th Watch are far superior to anytuiaesver offered
0 tn puono, nerewiore. uarto; u exoiuiire agency,
1 ean eell them at nrloe to nlt in time. I hit. I nit
receirta a irg itooi ; - " , ;.
J.iV 'V.AMERICAN WATCHES,:,:. ;
manufactured by APPLE ION, TBAOT, A 00 I also,
fUMSaortmantof '" i
ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES,
in Gold and BIIverCasM, at Panic pries.',,
W. J. BAT AOS.
flat of Phalon's IittblUhment, If. Y..? frjoprtetbra
th new ion ramonaoi Bnann,- uur vittint
Bhaapooatng, Our ling and Drawtng Saloon, Bat Bat
treat, OTr lb Poet Offlo, wher eetUfaethm will
be glren tn all tb various branobe. Ladles and
Children's Hair D leasing don la the best stykwij
JySlxllV . - : . 'i ,. -
tK IS TLBS (MEN'S HECK I EM,
GBNTLBUIN'S KSOK THS. . w
Th aot eearabl aaeortmect It the ely and atunusaW
ly low priots. FXTJBRBAIN,
nor., . ,; - ; . . .. no.'svBauauigndnei.
TJILESAANT PLAIN ULAOK SILKS 10
LJ Btrt Hasan and Manlleai aleo. iUca Trtmrnla
A PPL ESI APPLKVl
J 100 bbls, Cboio Apple reoetved on eoniinment
-" asiuui m ctcBi'in aua,
S4 M. Blgh trt.
rAieriW LI7IEN AND BILK PANS IN
V newityleil . Klbbon Bound, Bxtenitoa and lav
diaa Fane at
Bo. St South Rlih street
iO iu"iwo,l ,1'Itvifcaw Xii
eeklr. serf ear.. ... 3 00
Weeklyi per wear .......,......w. ICO.
A Peep into the Bank of England.
' The Bank of England must bo seen on he
inside as wea as out ana no go into sno mts
rlor of this remarkable building, to observe the
operations ot an Institution that exerts more
morel and polttloal power than any sovereign
in Europe, yon' most have an order from toe
Governor of tha Bank. 'The building
pies an Irregular area of eight acres of A-round
aa edifice of no architectural beaoty,' with nor
one window toward the street, being lighted 1.
together from the roof ot the enclosed area.'
" I was led on, presenting my csrd of sdmli.
sloo, lotos private room, where, afters dels
of a few moments, a messenger ceme, and eon
d oo ted me through the mighty and mysterious
building." Down we went into a room where
the notes of the Bank, received the day before
were) now examined, .compared with the en
tries lo the books, and stowed away. The Bank
of Eoglsnd never Issues the same note a sec
ond time, It receives, In the ordinary oourse of
business, about 860,000, $4,000,000, daily, In
notes; these sre pat up Into parcels according
to their denominations, boxed up with the date
of tbelr reception, and are kept ten years; at
the expiration of which period they are taken
out and ground up in the mill which I saw run.
nlng, and made again into paper. If in the
oourse of ths ten years, any disputs In buslnsss
or law suit should arise concerning the payment '
of any note, the Bank can produoe the iden
To meet the demand for notes constantly used
up, tne Bank has its own paper makers, its owd
printers, Its own engravers, all the work under
the same roof, and even makes ths machinery
by which most of its own work Is done. A com.
plicated but beautiful operation Is a register
extending from the printing office to the bank
ing oSces whioh makes every sheet of paper
that is struck off from the press, so that the
printers cannot manufacture a single sheet of
blank notes that is not recorded In the bank.
On the ssme principle of neatness, a shaft is
made to pass from one apartment to another,
connecting a olock In sixteen wings ot the estab
lishment, and regulating them with such pre
cision that the whole of them are always pointing
to ths same second of time. Ia another room
was a machine exceedingly simple, for detecting
light gold coin. A row of them is dropped one
by one upon a spring scale. If the pleoe'of gold
was ot the standard weight, the scale rose to a
certain height, and the coin slid offupoo the side
ot tne box; it less tnan tne standard, it rose a
little higher, and the coin slid upon the other
side. . I asked the weigher what was the av
erage number of light coins that came into bis
bands, snd strangely enough, he said It was a
question be was not allowed to answer.
The next room I entered was that in which
the notes are all deposited which are ready for
We have thirty-two millions ' of pounds
sterling In this room," the officer remarked to
me; "will yon take a little of it." I told him it
would be vastly sgreeable, snd he handed me a
million sterling, (S5,UUU,UUU,) which I received
with many thanks for his liberality, but he in
slsted upon my depositing it with him sgaln, as
it would hardly be safe to carry so much money
Into the street. I very much fear that 1 sb ail
never Me that money again. In the vault be
neath the door was a director and a cashier,
oounting the bags of gold which men were
pitching down to them, each' bag containing a
thousand pounds sterling just from the mint.
This world of money seemed to-realise the
fables of Eastern wealth,' and gave me new and
strong impressions of the magnitude of the bus
iness done here, and of the extent of therela
tlone of this one institution to the commerce of
too world, i ' . ...J,i
Charleston Floating Battery.
, The New York Evning Poit contains tnoon
ly description of this formidable engine or war-
that we hare seen. 'Jt Is communicated by a
correspondent, and is as follows: -1 ..
I spoke in my last at some length, of ths
preparations at the forts in the harbor, and in
cldentally of the construction of floating batter
ies. One of these lies In the East Bay, at the
Palmetto wharf f not far from the foot of Hazel
street, where, thle afternoon, I visited It. Here
is the result of my observations.
It will consist of a' huge platform of pine
beams, about fourteen Inches square, powerfully
framed and bolted together, and adapted to
float upon the water. At one end thlok planks
of the ssme material and similarly fastened,
stretched upwards for about twenty feet, at an
angle of perhape seventy degrees,met at the top
by a sharper and a shorter one, from the sum
mit of which a bomb proof roof will slope to the
rear of the platform,- Joining another ebort pro
jeetiog angle enclosing the battery on that
quarter - -) " '
111 wiier eno, inueu utwioriy wna inreo or
four thicknesses of railroad iron, and provided
on the inside with a lining of sand bags, or oot
ton bales, is intended lor tne reoeipt or lour
oanoon, forty-two pounders, ' protruding from
orifices cut lor that puipose. ; Towed down to
FprS Bsmter, anoboring almost . beneath lis
walls, when toe aitacs scan commenoe, tnis
formidable battery ie expected te be ot signal
service la effecting a breaoh, while its peculiar
construction may cause the balls af the besieg
ed to glance aside or mitigate the damage done
bythem. .i-'-ri v-u !.-,- uitji . u ;
. i At least a soore of workmen are engaged un
ci, Ite construction.' When tt is eompleted, and
isrhaps another, 'exciting newt front Charlso-
ttn. w itn toese eatieriee, wua naee or ren
csn's Point, Fort Moultrie and Johnaon all
readv. with what cannon and ammunition
we have, we shall be prepared to coakeafloal
demand of the Government and of Major An
derson for ths surrender of Fort Sumter) la the
event of tbelr refusal, awaiting ' soma cloudy
nleht to put the question at the caanon's
mouthi ' J' ::':r .-:.. t
Trouble among the Colored People—Meeting
for the Trial of Suspected Informers.
The excitement among the colored people of
this elty in relation to rumors Implicating some
of their number as Informers In the oase of
the clave Lucy still eontinues. mere were at
the time many suspicions ss to the meaner in
which M. tioshorn ootainea nis loiormaiion;
hut thaan auDarantlv would have been confused
and different, had not an unlucky remark of a
colored woman given a point and direction to
them... .This woman, snowing to, uu sircum
stances pf Lucy's escape, is reported to have
said, oareleosly, when offended with the fugitive
,1... h. Mnm una nee iL.ua i dijok io rirsiH-
la verv easily. , This, trus or false, furnished
a h.ei. m ooerations. ana IU senrvu iur uie iu
former appears to havf been aotivelv carried on
since..; ,, , . - ... .-- ,-.y. .
The woman Uraves, wno was at nrsi luipect
r. ha hern found innocent, we are informed.
Another, Woman, PCaring a uamej ,Try eiuin.r
to the first, however, is now the object of sus
nininn . a oommitue wu appointed some time
since to investigate the matter, and, probably
upon a recommendation from that, authority, a
meeting wastauy w wimunt, puujovn
Th. .u.mblv adionrned without reaching a con
clusion, but s second meeting was appointed for
tv.i. ...nine? at the Old Baptist Church ' A
prominent barber is said to be Implicated, and
the meeting to night is understood to be for the
hearing fW case, with the woman's. . : '.
ttnn has been made to tne nonce by
tbe accused parties for protection,, There. Is
muoh alarm among thsm, though no one ap
tn have tha faintest idea of the penalty,
In .u tha maatlne should declare them guilty
of the charge. We are not informed as to the
.m.. Ay if.1. tnrfenendent court, but believe
VUMTiflr 1 - , .
the entirn asjierably sots -Mj?!7'
(WwwJii'i Mi,l :.f.j iw amuM
fJ. 0C;S :!..J't WBet-1 i cMO lo
Pulverize the Manures.
' Few farmers comprehend the Importance of
attending to tnis item in tne preparation or
their stock; or fertilizers, iney are orten car
ried to the field In the Spring, In the ooarseet
lorm possible, tne bay and etraw not fermented
at all, and the coarse clods carried in to the
yard last summer not broken. They are spresd
In this state, and the large lumps are . plowed
under so that they are not Immediately availa
ble for the sustenance of plants. - Plants feed
mainly at the extremities of the rootlets, too
small to be seen by the naked eye. The floer
the manors is made, the mora easllv It Is dis
solved in water, and , the sooner It pssses into
the circulation. This doubtlees Is one reason of
th almost immediate visible effects of Peru
vian guano. It has been passed through the
digestive apparatus of birds, and reduoed to a
much finer powder than it could be by any me-
ju.uioai uaui. oo smau a quantity as a oaa
dred pounds, spread upon aa acre of mowing In
a wet May day, will improve its appsaranoe in
a very ebort time. .
All observing farmers have noticed that the
flneet and most thoroughly worked compost,
other things being equal, give uniformly the
beat results. The minute division of the per
ticlee is favorable to the chemical combinations
that take place in the soli. It becomee much
sooner available, and the cultivator gets an
earlier return for his investment In fertilizers.
Fortunately, at this season, we have a very
powerful agent that we can put to this work of
oommloution without any expense. The frost,
with a fair chance to ork, is better than any
clod crusher or mill to powder a compost heap.
One of the best mesas of economizing frost for
this purpose, is to plow up tne yard whenever
there comes a thaw, or say twice s month.
Every turning of the contents of the yard ex-
Cs new surfaces to the action of the frost,
have found it very profitable employment to
fork over the com pott heaps in the barn cellar,
and la the field during the Winter. Where the
heaps are large, this can be done quite rapidly,
even , in freezing -weather and the more it
freezee and thaws, the finer it becomes. ' Heaps
thus turned and thoroughly beaten up With a
shovel, come ont in the Spring, a fine homo
geneous mass, good to spread and plow in, ad
mirable for dropping in the hill, and first rate
for top-dressing grass land. Am. Ag. .
RiroBTin CAmti or RinrAra and John
Blown, Ja The following from tbe Mllledge-
vi ue correeponaence or tne Augusta (Ua.)
Di$P0tck. Janurv 37, Is the first Intellleenoe re
ceived of Redpath's party since he sailed from
Boston some two months ago, ostensibly for
Colonel A. 8. Atkinson, of Camden, was In
tbe city a day or two since, and I learn from
undoubted authority that he came to notify tbe
Governor that the people of the seaboard had
arreeted, on Cumberland Island, tbe notorious
Redpatb and tbe eon of John Brown.COld Otsa
watomle, whe were, there attempting to carry
out tbe new Yankee Idea of incendiarism,
murder, Insurrection snd terror. '
It will be recollected by your readers that
several aays ago boa ion papers announced the
sailing or a suspicious crait, with Jobn Brown
and Redpatb on board, and prophesying that
these udeviU tn human form" would attempt to
steal slaves along the rivers and inlets, snd sell
them In Cuba; that the funds fo the enterprise
hsd been raised in Boston. Rumors hsve been
prevailing for some days that a suspicious craft
was hovering around the coast. There Is no
esws of -the vessel since the arrest bf the men.
There may be eome mistake in this matter, but
I positively know that Col. Atkinson left for
the seaboard, taking a great may Sharp's car
bines lrom th arsenal here. ' - .........
Governor Brown left tbe capital so suddenly
that bis intimate friends did not know where he
was going. He turns np in Aagusta. He has
ordered the Jackson Artillery, of Macon, to the
seaboard. ' t, .-u iwa .... . , :. ? j
Deep Plowing—Testimony of the Corn Crib.
i la the July AgrieuUwUt, last year, page 208,
was published a statement from a Texas ub-
loriber, to tbe effect that corn planted by aim
on ground plowed 15 to 80 inches deep was look.
tog oaoiy, wnue mat on una merely scretobed
over, appeareq tnriuy, ana aq opinion was ask
4 mm t -hth. tha mrlace work were not bet
ter for that section. We replied that, ibmiku m
plow, might have been, put in too deep at one
time, yet snouia aroutn ocour, ue oeocnt oi thor
ough working would be seen; sod requested to
heat tne testimony of tbe oorn crib in the fall.
We nave just reoeived a letter from the same
gentleman, stating that he is a thorough convert
to deep, plowing. A severe drouth came on,
shriveling snd destroying his corn and that of
his neighbors, on land which bed only shallow
culture, while that on the deeply plowed field
stood np bravely, came to maturity, and gave
a fine yield.,. It is well here to repeat the cau
tion that the soil should generally be deepened
gradually, say an inch or so at each plowing,
particularly wnere ueauosou is unnt tor growing
plants; in time it will be ameliorated by the at
mospbere. Ass, Ag-: . UJ j,M
Ths DirrHMA M Pasnstlvaiua Mr. Jobn
P. Stine, of Snsquebanna township, Pa, , re
cently lost four children in the space of eight
days, victims oi oiptheria or putrid sore throat.
Mr. Henry Myers, ot .lambetiana township,
Adams county, followed six children to the
grave within a few days, all victims of the
same dlsesse. Three of then died, within
eight hours, and were all buried at one time l
Hundreds ot pomes in various sections or tbe
State have been desolated the present winter,
by this terrible scourge, aptly styled the "demon
of tbe nursery!, .., ,,,n w ,... . 0, 1;,. :)
Lieutenant 81emmer, eaye the Columbus
(Ga.) ' Times, in command of Fort Plekene,
dined witn uoiooei i ennent Liomax and omcers
of the Alabama volunteers, i a few days since,
and in oourse of a trieodlv eonversatloa said t
"Colonel Lomax, I expected a visit from yon at
the fort before this time " To thle kind rebuke
of the chivalry and courage of the Slate troops,
tbe gallart Colonel promptly replied! "My dear
alf, bad I been la command, yon would not have
been oisappointea." '- . ,. t. ; ' j-j
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS.
THEFOLLowmo changes were
aade In th th office re f thl Bank, January SStb,
18l, t wlU Wa. A. Putt, Praetdent. and TaoMa
HaoDia. Caihlar. resUned tbelr offioes. Sir,n TiTuie.
Bra., waa than uleoted Preelden t and W, A. Putt as-
poinMd Ouhiwr. "i .!.., .tmvi .( u:-.'u ,i;-;t...
ny omer or io poacu Vs xniwewn- nf
W. A. PLATT, Cathler.
: .WBelssalt and XettU Sealer -
Foreign & Doraestlo J Cigars,
Smoking & Chewing' Tobacco.
Alio", tie' best a.uaHty of WTITI eonstantly
- ra njua. " ;
TQ'Oottntry Merohaat art Invited to call before pur
coailng elswber.,. -i. ...... -.7 .- ty -
NO. 4 EAST THIRD STREET, .,,
.in..' t Bet. Main and Byesaors, 1 T-M
orSI-wSm j -
nTT.T.' PftOTTTIfl s.t a.i
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' . POSTESQ A50 SISTBIBUTISa
t.iij "i.'i! Ii;'
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uot4rs kWsttubfucs'ct tntj'itafWstM'w
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KtlAPP & CO.'S
From and after this date we shall
REDUCE THE PRICE
, "" :'" l'i..:lw ! . it ,--n ii
j :r r. .
OF OUR WINTER GOODS .
' " . 1 .V fl ...u.
TWENTY FIVE PEH CENT,
IN OIDXB TO MAKE BOOM S0 O0B
i0 ri. V
Our assortment is still
and it ia known to every '4''
one that our'.'.;;-.';'''
S T O O
;X : CONBISTSOP '
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
WE ARE DETERMINED .TO ' BELLT
SO DO NOT FORGET .'THE ' '
CHEAP STORE OF ; , . x
KNAP P & OO .
SOUTH HIGH STREET,
A Taaeot Feathers and 60
Bags Wanted. -
: ' - - - i- !-M
INCREASED FACILITIES ! '
HltlNj? MdyiD iNTp "MT'. '
BOOK ; S" JOB DEPARTMEHT!
savW WELLE, BOTH., HAVS , BESNvu j;
ii.li." -WIT ATU'i.i.-fl; J i.Ui.,) .J
New" T4 MeiKOniameDts;. tcJ
raoif ma cblxbbatbs boundry of .1
OiaWB aAini ax a,, vjr.c
Host. Complete! Establishment
I am Bow Brtpared to.ltecuu all Orders fa
BOOK AITD JOB
W I TH VD IS RAT OH)
And la ths Xost Approved Ityle of the Alt'
JLL - --A.-' if .u-tu;.
TABTTOTTLAJt ATTBHTION FAJD TO
5 1 HI 3JT T I N G-. .
Rliltisff tafMdiaBTek . ..Glrealavaai .A
AS ill iieaait . ... 0 iiMnii, vena
HOW CARDS & BILLS COLORS
fTAWTlS , . . - , WWWnTT.IiWrW. ,1J
f,j la AUSAAJ1JIUO, t... SJJ,.VUaiIlAVlB.
lUiistratea Sho jDjlliB,
' FOB XJOTTNTRT' MERQHANTS",1''
thev SUls, Hand Sills, Labels, fjoaeert Pro
, -mnunes, School and 0Uega Bohsmsa, tie. ,
tel Bills st Is Uvitadana, Vi,i0
: eJ j'-iWw VjkV4AUa:aav 2 tit.aU
lohool and CoHege Catatlegites,"Jis 'J u Vb
- wlmllanmnl ramnhlats. 5 "i
- 'ConstltntlonB, Seports, Brisfs, Ike
tUs sBly Ttmfitm kiadm CssktrAl Obis, u
- tJjy thelUtleS for loins any and alf of the Sbove deMrlp
Son of work, are now nneorpueed, and nAHacUoa
brmanUadlnaUaMen.',j , iittb.'ro .1 1
IaUTam woj fttraUOcd promjtlT by Vm pfw'erf.
" y-.' - we-'-fU" wi'tiL;A
" -a.'aT -f.msiaaJH
i a - l ..'f.,(D.,i,a
e rt '.n. g r ttirfTJ, r,0 1
'i i p m . , i j,.Ti hue
J iiit:j . ,i,3..TeTl hi! t,i
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tTOH fr 4 iif
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II TI DfVTVl ArVWmttMmmmamMmttkmmm ,
tnvgrdlnary euro by my - ivaotTirxtr.. t i a Umm ii
M PECTORAIr 6YRTJPT4-r9
They are at home, and any on when doubts Mala
quire of th person who hat been oured by U. .
DR. BSTBIcn Til 1TtPAtt1tTi!'i;'AW'VrrViS W'rlt
1XAMINB LDNOB WITHOUT CB ABQB.' 10 ALt ''
THOBB WHO MKBD BIB MBSIOiNBS.. . T ?
ATTEND TO TOUR COLDB -A ami 'JinSZtf
Vs. Kavsn: My wlf hu bene aHHeWwItf kf',i
eeugh and dlOeulty of breathing, for Bt or tx ye in,
which, for aevaral yeareback, had gradually InereeMdln
noieno. i n oompiaint na Dcn nrMiiaryranasai.u
nan oeen trwatea bt eewem mmmui .,ummi mm.
lief. In thle ateto of her cue. T nmmMl mm. nr .n.
PNtoral Oooih By run. I boa At the Ant smvi SfiI
.n oouiw, wnien ruwa ner Tery.maen 1 1 1
woS ft Aollw hMtl., wfctofc mmn hr
f Skwineni tin
nee, x would also tut that I aed the aedtstne ay
nlf taaeoldandeongk. The medicine mnd u by Uk"
tog on doe IexpreM mj entire MttaTettoa trtth th
mdlcln, and yon are al liberty to pablleh thb at aw'
dalretodoso. . WM. WILSON,
- j " Alderman fifth WaruV-c
Da. brio:-Although not an adTOeatS of Tataot
jtedldn, In general, H affeeds a pleaar birteeerlhej
bis to recommend you Paotoral Byrup. A a rln
tt Is wsil worthy tb tlmtlon of any proa n
any aannar bfBMd with eotuna. sold and boan
f an hind, and for th Mealier euaUBoation tar
dfoTinc all that ,olsirfci swaatloa aUeodiog t, 1"
versenM. w : . :, .t TT5- . ,v
I naT ben, aore or bat, Ih my life tfleo 'off wttt the"1
MTtrtst of cold and horne: ' At time tof throat'"'
would Meorn o eUnd a to prvrent my speaking nbere
s Whisper, and by taking a few doM at th. abprft Syms fi
tt would relieve aemtlnly. , .
in leoommendln, tbl medtcroe, I m.et uahaeHaUogly
say that It 4a tb beat remedy 1 wrerfoTUd.ptrrpoctlng la r "
ear th abore, nor abonld any family he without tbi
rmdy fordlaeue o prwrmlent.
- Your, moot respectfully,
(. s Tt in WARD J. JONBo, - ' ,l5 f
Vl Ouhler Cluaous' Deposit Baak..
' Biiumjux,0., BVehKlKa Ma
I hav sued Dr. Eeyoot'i Oougb Byrup for a had cough
of several years standing, and ean cheerfully aay it it '9
tb belt asdicine for tb am that I bar rr toktn. ;
COL. PRATT AND DR. KBYSER'S PIOTOBALu
BYBDP. Da. Kirna Dear Bin Xzeut tha dehnof.
my acknowledging tbe excellence of your PeetoIOugbv
Byrup aoontr. I mk gwat pleaeura la laying that tt I v
all you aay tt la. A tnockmi (A not out oj my oov '
aaa in wont on i wa erer amieted wiuu A -haw aot.O
used mora than one-half of th bottle, and Ieanand-do
wlih that all who ar afflicted would gW it as fairs trial '
as I have done, and they will b proud ta aay, 'Jt I M
quaes meowtne." i womu noi eunerasouier soon an ..,
attack for any eonaideratlon, or at any ooU , I am eon-
fldaot I oan breath mora freely than I er-r did I aball
alwaya Mknowlodg s debt ml gratitod fin In issuing is . J
excellent a remedy. Yenrstlmrty to (eemy nam
Iq this ngard, a you ulak proper PBaTT, tm
! meiaeoger gomruon vouneii, rittthargh, Fa. "
Wttnrgh,llay 11, 1859. - - - - v- ... tn
N. B I aa no (tranter t ay fellow-lUBna.anA i.T .-i
who ntrtala doabta ean eostnlt me peraonaily. , fc
, fi.; .; n . a.,-.. a i n.av.'.'f:.M,a
!'"" c ' ' " 1 -ptTTntmoH, April M. 18W; -5'
RB AD THI TRUTH. Da. Krrwa: I bar a danga-,
ter who has taken eeeral asdicine tor a baa osgk,
without beneflti awirmi tbaa Ayar1 Oberry Peotorei ,
Iparcbed from you a bottle of your FBOTOAAL 1
SYRUP, and before in had used half a Bottle b was :
rliMd. In aeeoad bottle eared her attly f tlai a
oeughj oii.u..u i i: w iOBB DmUUt,
OJ III .' . . .1 I I J '"" i .
frmncaoa, Demrr, SI, nS.'
A flSBAT flTTRB BV Dm. Kirill'i nomilLrO
BYKUPr I Hew hi rwBtatoemekHx - g"i ii) maaij i
I kVaaeuheag and spitting, whlek eenuaesnsd ant j
th itb f lebraary laet, and oonlinaed elth; month,
employed tb bt physleiana In the country, ad y
eeuiA iwinnrt unahaMd Htll -early la Ootobr.r w
IMI um. tw .. I .My www rMeWhU,
dxAUF, wbwk I dMt, and aft X bad takra on
bolAI I .
wftaentlrel fraafrom th eon.hln. mnA mitttn. -Ti, S
despaired of erer getting Wall, and I think II haid beJ
known that thle valuable remedy will As leroehori wh.l
lima none in ay
I'WDtrDBRreL etms .
Mlahbee f Bin was very Ut.wUhataA Mikrtl. j
reew so nuppoMd tobseeaaaapdoa. Bia ntotrrw,
hUd ss that nebad taiea eruy resMdy ttiey heard of .
without benefit; his brother cam to ee him die. and ail
were oBflmvd In thebebef that beeeald not ln .4
badabwue Uw thud of a bMiW of year Featcral Kyrsnv-f
whlcb i gar hi, audit entirely ouredhim.u tb mima-.
Ithmentof ail.. What auk th east mora ..ki.
is th extna age of tbe man, b. being abeitrhtyyart
old. IbnTndoeMtMHcMJnMM4i. .in
SB. KBYBBB'S tBOTOBAb BYku?Jrtifn'A?3
TILLB. Pteaa end m another eupply of 'yMr wis- ?
able fectcr I Byrup.'4' Alaoet venbody aad am
has theeeld ud ar lnwtttrtnf for MDv. Beyri fiiiil . 1
Byrup." . We hav (okttUteea buttlee last wet,anda) a
now entirtly ouU Mr. A. Alter and Mr. t. kUber,botb .
of Blairsrlil. Pa , tell us they would not be withoal it 3
In their famllle.- In feet, all whe us Reaes want '
again.- .Yeuj, rapeotiully, vi'i ?.: r.u; t;
1 ot r ' io . sv .wAinnun at sojn . ,
January 304 8M. ,
en; -.aw t, A ea -,41 1 Vua
AKOTHBB BtW OIRTIMOATB-BB'. tMfgBR5
BOTORAL SYKUr I had bem araobled W1(b aeowb
ideeWtirrvtrTrtlrhi s 'ad was it that ImiM.j .
! -r, nan tm.ywii.MW preeenpttooe rroa tbree!..
tnbtphytelnaln the city, whoa loouldpaue.botdo '
not do. I finally proaured a bottle or row faikuvl 1
Byrup, which euraerar
to KeymSon Wood tlre.t tmi t a Wtet id bin OeuaA -Peetniai,
nd If that don't ur . your om nwai ba ,
deeper! indeed," tbl I a peeunn of the oliou.uy
wetwl almut emry nay ut eolg suionint, wrkd(g
tha year.. And we oan, from oiual xnrtmnveher
fully eonourtath tdrferalmoTttjawbwTtWHre)
have trial tb r'PvotaalMnaaortrabben.ium.wttav.
So ti r neeee. Hear ttro wek .- we went to Pitubu rah.
with- on of tb rr '-'T"i ' r t-inlrmTi ilwi. ut-t
subdnaMeMUgbt wTrzpnnoed etno our dfeot ,
Upon this mundane tpber.' ' weeough- steadily and '
leborleaalr fur es whoa wwek. la b,Mt(IMi.f
but It wa no go. In fact it Mtmed rather to. bar Im
aooonllug to-diraetloo, aadafforikl.hMu.re weM.
anas i the BmV tb euonjl . havbig twnuiitlanftlli
arren'l.red, IUx a bra( but uixqoal onfllctwltk a,
formidabl Su adrerwry u Eeyeer's famou ' "Coua
Pectoral. "-irciMV tWpper, i,iiX-" '
I .j- auiuett ni aaanru vil U OAlta.n,Ud
I DB. VrYBBIt'S rtOTORAL WtrP'tapreMred itir
oMtryDt SSOBOS B. AUtlfBSB, HO Wood stssstJ
rfrooTHACJiis umxkvt: '
'J. - r --i !' aoslt SflSeS
10 lji l).uM twa ,..9.141 e'frrwO
ivy A UUi&EC CXTRB5.e iubnstj.kul
fraparad and sold byiii,.0- r.J.i H dl tics wea
f hs.i.OMdinrle aji, 010. fiyflTSf , m
JIT BoldHrCDTtttWil BfBCBBBTB STB AbfUBL.
:Bwsau!.lj.3 to i:J'';;i
M'KEE & RESTllAUX;
in ; '. '. ': i - -ii ss.es
il .Jon il iBil 30tt iti enl cf'bihlwb
fa. Si aerti Ulg j&bi
-jniccqe OJuujJit-l.tif josT C0LU112tkaKOrv
HAV II OrfrHAWB AT'..W8lOf,ve"M!t
and Retail, JlKBT BTAPLK H i,
PLOUR, SALT, TA.- OOrtBS, BiitiAR, io-..,.ia,
BBSASSi to Sto, Our Btoek ha been "auieiiawfS -I
Kattern Oltle oaring th Panto," . .. ,,
AnJaufBielii iiteatiir will bk to offer" fuJucemni't ttl
proven by practice, an to nave atqunee (tretigtB,pMw.s
ey and aiflfwattMUfy by tb operation,, , In thl. awgW
thaai, w ooujhed our way to Kejeer't, 140 Wood Bt. ,
r-procuredt fty oent botll of tbrotoral-M?lSt
TV:?Z ycO 10 tot L'"'l
ct JT.ti fiiaJo'ws Jf al4?a pi