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VOL. VII NO. 221.
NEW SERIES.
COLUMBUS.
OHIO. TIIUE8DAY
EVENING. FEBRUARY 21. 1861.
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D AlXY, TBI WEEKLY ASD WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
f 0 B 1 1 S H 1 iMAMBJPEOfll X T 0 B B.
ST Offlee Sos. 80, 88 and 40, North High M.
TERMS INYABIABLT 15 ADVANCE. "
ouy - eooperww.
By the Carrier, par week, sents.
trl-WesV - iJ.
Weekly,
. 1 UU '
Advertising; by su!l;
ensie
oeiqmrel yeai...20 00
One " 9 mobUu IH 00
Jm " S monlhi 15 00
3 no " J month! 10 00
Dne 2 month! 8 0
fin. 1 month. i
Onewonrswx..eju
Ont . " Jweeki.. 00
On " lwtsk 17J
0n " Sdsyt... 1
On,- 8 days... 74
Om " .1 Insertion SO
Displayed sdvertlstments tall more thaa the ebovs
ATveittiementi leaded and placed In the column of
H Itle Pahed ' '?."'
If orTreTontb. iniWe .olu.W.ly after the flr.tw.ek
per nt, mor thn the sbov rati bat ell wen Wil
(ipfearlntheTil-WeeklywIlioutcharg..
Business Cardi, not exceeding nvellu, per year, ib
side, t 50 per line; outatde t't.
Notlceiofmeetlngi.ensrltables oeleties.flrs oompanlee,
Afcwffi atfcerff.smsr- msi U paiifor
alvnnc eralewHlnotbewriedfnim. .
Wkly.aame price a the Dally, where the
J. the Week.ySl.ne. When. JboBaUy and Weekly
tre both need, then the etawrge iMth Weekly Will m
a .1 1 tho ratee ot the Dally .,,,
No adtertltement taken except for a definite period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
"EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
. , j Corner Spring Water Set
Columbus, OHlo.
W. B. POTTS & CO.,
And Manufacturer! of Bran and Oompoiltlon Calling!,
JNolthed Bnu Work of all Description!. .
Electro
Plating
and Gilding!!
: STENCIL CUTTING, &C.
rebi oo-diy " :
P. A. B. 8IMKDIS,
Attorney cvt Law
. ' AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
0oe Anion Uulbllng, oppoiite Capitol Square.
. OOt.PMBUB. OHIOj
" UOLiUMHtlO
Machine Mansfactriring Company
iHuiiOTCXtM or : '
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Caetlngt, KlU OeATlnt, Mwhlnery.
Tn.lvoCk,dL Worli
or i? eat Dieomimoii.
: i' ' CLUn BUS, OHIO. -
03AB. AHB0B, Bap't. ' P. AMBOBree
decll, lH5H-tf
: ' i f t"' TT
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton A Indianapolis!
. - . , . . ' JL
Through to lndianaoolis without Change of Can
and but One Change of Cars between
1 Columbus and St. Louis.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM-
BUS.
'. ' 'si ! : FIRSTTRAIN. ...
(Dally, Monday! excepted.)
RIGHT SXr-RKBS, via Dayton, at 8: S. m.,Step
pins at London, Xenla, Dayton, Mlddietown and Hamil
ton, arrlrlng at Cincinnati at 8:10 a. m.J Dayton at 5:45
.n.,Indianopolliat 10:48 . m.;fct. LouUat 1150
P ' SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, at 6:10 a. m., Hopping at all Bta
tlonibetweenCnlnmbniand Ginetnnatl and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati 11:03 a. m., Dayton at 0:15 a. m.,
IndlanopolUaf ;W p. .
THIRD TRAIN.
BAT KXPRE88, at 8:30 p. m., itopplng St Alton,
tt - inrfnn. Ohrldton. Oetlarrille. Xenla.
Bri. ViiIIct. Corwitt. - Morrow. DeerSeld, foiter'a.
LoreUnd. Mlliford and Plalnvllle, arriving at Cincin
nati at 7:20 p. m.t Bt. Louie t IS n; Dajton at 5:35 p.
m.J iB'llanopolU at 10:38 p.m. .
Sleeping; Cars on all Nlsrli Train f
Cincinnati and Inatanapalla.
niGGAOE CIIEDKED TnitOUGH.
For further Information and Through Tickets, apply to
Bl & lV" a a f
1 f TW At, Union b-Oh...
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
JNO. W.DOUliHTf
j13 Agent, Oolumtut.
HOLIDAYS.
t FANCIES. .
Bach artUles ss yo ito for yoor nTJBBAND
Such si you weed for your WIFB
Bach ss sre proper for your DAUGHTER. x
Such ss your BIBTIR will prafst you for.
flnnh airnnr BROTHER can M.
luch ss you teonl for THI ONI Y0C 10V1 BEST.'
-Such as will be good for the " BLIBSID BAur ."
loch ss all irst for, " : ; 1 ' ' "
M.w ba found In Tsrlety, In my new stock of
WATCHES. CHAINS, JEWELRY,
. , . , PLATED GOODS,
1 And general staortment of ' '
Fancy and Useful Articles.
WM. BLYNII,
'No. 10 Backeyo Black,
Deoember.1860. ' ' 1 ' ' ' "
' Juit Beeeltedl
.r nr. ril'GlAEEfl and BLACK
lUUl li 100 bage prims Rio Oonee.
ISO pockeuold Dutoh Goyeroment Jars Coffee. ,
v at n.tlnfft flnfifl.
e -Ofibbli. standard Whits Bngars, eonileting of Pow-
, VM . , . u-J n-..l..lt A anal R AnffM.
. 1... VAH,VDTHUni,
60 qolnU.lt George Bank Ooduab. , .
gObbliiMeis and No. 1 Mackerel. '
tea. Pick Balmoo,' ; ,;.X ' f '
1 OO bi. Layer Bsltlns.
' I no hf. box do i , do , , . l '
KtOqrboa da t de , '
. flit U Aim,. A1Tr.rnl hmml. and VTHafft.
?Trr wmTmqdosalp.
JM. I.L POWER3 & BRO
i. .i o x .I"..,-..,. ,...'. ,. ! -,
DiAitas iii mroirrsn and; domibtio ;i
cm aii m.
1 r TOBACCO.
.SNUIP,
. AND
WANOT- AttTIflLEI
- No. It East Rtat Ktreot, between High
. !.. .a At. U. T . . LU1 . .Id
1 ttlJ) PoMuntOfaUaiuuiuit viiiw vciv.uvni
T . . i FAMILY . FLOIJU. .
TTTniTB WHEAT, BUANJttED
' " ' '"SNOWFLAKE.-"'.
from "Harnett Mills," BprlngileM, O.-th best brand
lr..rhroht to our market, oaiwnciiou ihihw
Holiday Presents.
IliiLAINER. HTFBimOSi
IISLIIVKI I
J CHINTZES
S, UHEMS BILKS,, sod
kinds of lashlonabl .. , a -. .,-..
't vintw IrMsa Good.
' arfnowofferinkal rr loWBrice. v
- " , ... PETER BAIN,
deeSl.
No.S9B()BthUU(htret.
AiraUAIi; PROSPECTUS
i ..-la. . .:o,. , .. :ff. 01 tlM
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PREMIUMS FOR CLUBS ! !
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No Superior in Ohio or any other State!
n addition to it political character, it is a first class newspaper. furnishiDg iU readers with the
GENERAL NEWS OF THE DAY,
An epitome of the sUrring evenU constantly occurring at home and abroad, and choice miscel
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From all the principal marts of Trade and Commerce. '
The Business Man, the Mechanic, the Farmer and the Laborer
Will each find their tastes and interests oonsulted and attended to in the columns of
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Daring the past year, the circulation of the Wiaeit Btathmait has increased very rapidly,
being now more than double what it was twelve months ago. It is our desire to extend ltt cir
culation, not only in Ohio,
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our political and personal friends to aid us in giving to the Weklt Statkkmas ,
The Largest Possible Circulation
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MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBLISHERS OHIO STATESMAN.
c
FEB ANNUM!
ant
-
of
t
all I
i
NAMES.
STONE'SBAZAAR.
No. 4 Gwynne $1ock.
A. P. STONE & O HAKKA
a benowreoeivingtiieik
A 1KB GOODS, and InTlte the publlo to
WIN-
lnipect
them. No such itock ol Qooda has ever neen orougni w
thla market. The South, in contequence of the failure
of the craiB erop, has not been able to purchase the nf
nil quantity of rich goods, and thla faot bat forced the
Importer! to eell them at publlo Miction. Our buyer
(Mr. Stone) being In New York at then larire sales, took
adrantane of them, and we can and will sell our good!
here, at lent than any one who purchased two week! ilnce,
paid for them In New York. Our itock li complete la
every department of
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
OTTOMAN VELOURS,
BROCHE VALENCIAS,
- PRINTED MERINOS,
PRINTED COBURGS,
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 hall the Coat l Impoitasion.
LADIES' FURS,
1st all Vai-I)tlea, of tne TeieDraica
Blannfatai-o C. "
ther aV Ban. .
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT,
Uen't, Udles sad Children's Under Shirts and Dnwsrs;
..... ui. ..i nhiirircn'a Hosiery of all kind!, in
Wool and Lamb's Wool; Pleocy Lined and Oottonuioyet
el ere ry make.
ALSO ' .
A eemplete assortment or all ma uuu&i rarie
Uesof . -
LADIES' CLOTHS,
CAb9IMI.1(.C3i
OVERCOATINGS.
TWEEDS,
FLANNELS, .' . . ,
kikhi ma.
DRES3 TRIMMINGS,
ladiei and Gent'i Linen Cambrio Hand
" kerchiefs, 4c, &c.
w. ah. n an na. are nleJirs our words
thow Ihesa tb largeet, belt sod choapeel stock of Good!
erer seen in Ibis market, or pay toem sua u..., r--
hour while looking.
declillyStawllw.
STONE St OH ARIA.
t OLDEN nil. si, mint s et.
It uoldkn hill bhirtb
goldkn bill shirts.
The pattern of these shins are new. The Bodies, Yokes,
sleeves ana notoms in t"1-"- " Tr
iad comfort. Th mark upon each on designating
tit may b relied oa as beln g correct, ana cacn in rs
ra aranteed well mao. a " "
uailtiet
BAIN'S.
eoosianiij ror sue u
No. V) Booth High street.
DOTVS.
Watches and Jewelry.
rw. n ra nSTBT.
A FINE ASSOa-rivtsi.r
s, Olocki, Jewelry, Bllverwaro, Ac, kept constant
roaunaai . . V wirkPATRICK'B.
No. 165, Booth High Street, Oolumbut, 0.
Hr Watches and Jewelry repaired.
FANCY UKKM hilbs)
IAN0Y DREW SILKS
W art no rlng or Immeni itock of fancy Bijess
. u it... hafnra offerM In this
The attention of th Udles of this lty and -rteioit
tolllu.d, as our stock t rery tsiect a"d complete in
grades of goods In this Uns. . BJV
ami, .i . : no. 9 nwui m.,..
- ' "For irioeiical Partesssi" x
T)UR1 BR ANDDTES, WINES, CORDIALS, AND
JL TKSAiroa "Dunuxi warebnns - .
. . ... -au w, nOWAT.TJ.
BotW .' ' 10B Booth High Strtt
lril.TI HUAlintl AnLACr; RI1TTB
IM nl alinnt ouallUes for Ladiest also. Miss'
agreatnrTet ' .. ' ...BAIH'B.
to
the
is
Oily.
t
an
BIT
Mitts
NAMES.
TH n
WEEKLY OniO STATESMAN--
HAVING A CIE0U1ATION
LAB0ER BY SEVERAL THOTJgAKDS
Than any other paper In Ohio, ontiide of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Advertising
Which CANNOT IAIIi to bring
Speedy and ItemuneratiY) Hetnrna
To thots who take advantage of them.
THE "WEEKLY STATESMAN,
Distributed ss It is through every Poit Office in Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Whose patronags Is Taluable, and who seldom tea the
Daily Xditions of city journal!', and at only
A limited Number of Advertuementf
Are Inserted In its columns, appoprlately and
HANDSOMELY PJSPUYED!
. TBjrr carxot ran. to
.ttm,ot .ttoxxtlon
. i Of AUI :,
WHOLESALE DEALERS
Advertising In the WEEKLY STATESMAN will fin
It sdrantagoua la
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which li almost certain to follow an extensive dlseemln
stlon of a knowledge of their business '
AMONG COUNTRY DEALERS !
ADVERTISEMENTS INTENDED TOR ;
The "Weekly Statesman
Should b handed In before Triday noon.
SOMETHING NEW,
HOWARD & GO'S.
AMERICAN WATCHES, i
-I ALL AT NO. 83, SOUTH IIIGiT ST.,
J and xamin our new max 01
AMERICAN WATCHES.
manufactured by I. HOWARD Jt CO . Boston, Mas.
These Watche ate far supeiior to any thing ever offered
I can sell them at prices to suit the times. I have just
received s larg stoca or
AMERICAN WATCHES, .
manufactured by APPLETON, TRACY, k CO also,
flneaHortmentof ' . i
ElVOLIsn AND SVlSiJ WATCHES,'
in Gold and Sliver Cases, at ranks prices.
i,n?S ' W. J. 8AVAQ1.
1IENUY KfEIILEB ,
flats of Phalon'l Eitabiishment. M. Y..) Proprietor
tha Naw York rasbionabi Bhavin. uair uniting
Bhampoonlnj, Curling and Dressing Saloon, East Stale
street, over the Post Office, where satisfaction
ha given In all th various branches.. Ladies
Children's Hslr Dressing don in th best stylo.
GEftTI.E!tlENM NEC Si Tl EM,
. GENTLBMKN'S NKOK TIES,
GINTLEMBN'S NECK TIES.
The aost desirable usortment in the etty and at nnnsal-
ly low prlcee. - - ' PKTKRBAIN,
D0VX4. " n. wbouu align lireei
liLEUAN-r PLAIN BLAOK. NILKS f
Ali Street Basques and Mantles; sis, Bub. Trimmia
tndTasielltomatcb.at , vajii
A PPLENI APPLEMl
iV loo bbla. Choir Apple received on eonil men!
fora ehs chbb a kkbthaua..
, - .. -.. M X. Hlghstres.
T7ANCY LINEN AND BILK. FANS
I1 new itvlee; . vKlbbon Bound. Jlstnilon and
dUSfamat ' . ' ' "' .
. mta'a '' BT. MBowth High trl
MANTLE BAHAGE8, BOTH
White and black, just reoetw at
T1BMI,
Dally, per ear.
00
3 00
Tri-W
eekly, per rear.. v
Weekly, per yeat
1 00
The States of the Border.
Air—"All the Blue Bonnets are over the Border."
Ha. haite, men of ths Union, all.
Willing to tare at from wrath .and A mrderl
Bute, hattel Jail not to meet the call
Madeon th true by tb Btatei of the Border.
Broadly, still, rtad.
Btar-ipsngled banner ipread,
Dimmed In their radlano. but not In their itory;
Haiten, oh, haileu then
Called by the Border men,
flonsof the fre, to restors them thelrgloryl
Come from the hllliof the swift Buiqnehanns,
Come from the cities that ttand by the tea;
Come from eaoh mountain, and glen, and aarannab,
Hallowed, of old, by tb Bag ol the free.
Turmoil li round us
arils oonfound us
Trus men, alone, can reator ni to order, -.
. Oome, tben-oh.eoioe, then,
Pearleas and gallant men, -Com
whn convened by the Btatei of the Border!
Come, Indiana, Missouri, fehode Island
Come, Tennessee, Arkantat. Illinois
Oome, Jersey, Ohio, com lowland and highland, -New-York
and Kentucky let none remain ooy,
Leare party behind us,
. In instinct! but blind us,
Platforms must yield, if it's needed to tars ui.
Are w not brothers!
Then, by our mothers,
Swear to preserve what our forefathers gar ui.
Come, with no purpos of force or coercion;
Come, but es freemen should oome to the free;
Come with affection, and not with aversion,
Come, not for contest, but come to Igree.
Then, is the suntmme
Cbas from the summer streams
fog! of th morning, with lickmai their story,
So shall be lightened,
Made broader end brightened,
The Star-spangled banner, In all its old glory.
Hasten then, hasten then men of the Union all,
Palm tree or pine tree, what matters the sign)
Tboosands on thousands will tearfully greet you all,
Praying, for eich, Inspiration divine.
You but aiming
Anarchy fleeing,
Snd shall be put unto wrath and disorder;
And, to the latest days, ,
Londlyshill millions pralie
Thote who convened at the call of th Border.
About Diamonds and the Pleasure of Possessing
them.
a
will
and
OR
IN
la'
The Paris correspondent ot the New Orleans
Picayune, writes a two-uolomn letter to tbat
lonrnal on the above theme, from which wo
- . ... . . , jili. r
take the following almost increuiuie itory oi
tha treasnres. nleasures. and measures of the
Duke of Brunswick the "most profound ada
mantolocist in all the world;"
lie has in bis possession three millions of
dollars worth of diamonds. He has Juat pub
lished a catalogue of bis diamonds, ana in tne
appendix there is a notice of the moat celebra
ted diamonds in the world. This catalogue
numbers not less than S68 quarto pages. It
gives, with grest detail, a list oi his white
transparent, first-white, second-white, steel
white, blue-white, light-blue, black blue, light
vellow. brlcht-vellow, amber-veliow, straw,
champagne, deep-rose, rosy, light-rose, opales
cent, pomegranate, vioiet, greenisn, green, sea
preen, brown. liiiht-browD, deep-browo, dusk'
black, opaque black, London-fog, sandy, frosty,
black-spotted, cracked, split, scratched, ill cut,
un cut, square, round, oval, oblong, octagon,
pointed, pigeon-eyed, almond, Chinese-eyed,
diamonds.
It relates how this once adorned Turkish
sabre, that a royal diadem, another an Imperial
collar, a third a erand electoral hat: this black
diamond was an idol's eye, that brilliant, rosy
diamond was taken from tne femperor uaoer at
Aora. in 1636 (It weiehs 41, carats, and Is worth
69,OU0). those were the waistcoat buttons of
the Emperor' Don Pedro; this diamond ring,
with the Stuart coat of arms sod tha cipher "M.
S.," belonged to Mary, Uueen ol Hoots; that
pair of ear-rings hung once on Marie Antoinette.
The Duke Ol urunswicK nas in ui puiuesaiuu
fifteen of the ninety known diamonds, weigh
ing thirty-sis earats, but he has not a diamond
wortn SuU,ouu. ne hub pieniy ui uiamoau
worth $20,000, $30,000 and $15,000 apiece; he
has two worth $60,000 each, and one worth
$80,000; but ha haa not one worth $200,000.
He is in treaty now tor two Diamonds, one oi
which is worth $232,000. and ths other $050,.
000, and whioh rank, In the order of precedence
established by adamantoiogists, in toe sixtn
rank, which is next to the Regent's dia.nood,
and the lormer la the eighth rank that is, next
after the Orloff diamond, of Russia.
In his list of celebrated dismonds be places
in the front rank a brilliant white diamond,
weighing 850 carats, and belonging to some
East India nrince. and worth $2,500,000; next
comes the Koh-i-noor, which weighs 186 carats,
and which be sets down as wortn l,dSJ,B4u;
next comes the Rajah of Matara's (Borneo) di
amondit is oi the moat beautiful water con
ooncelvsble; the Governor of Bstavia offered
the Rajah $150,UUU, two brigs ot war, armed,
equipped, and provisioned tor six months, and
a large quantity of cannon balls, powder and
coogreve rockets; the Rajah refused them all,
and preterrea Keeping an aiamona, wnicu paus
es for a talisman; it is worth $1,339,455.
Next eomes the great Mogul, which is of a
beautiful rose color, and of the shape and size1
ot bait a hen's egg; it is worth $784,000, ac
cording to the Duke of Brunswick's valuation,
thougu 1 overnier, tne traveler, seta it oown as
.k SO Hi CU. ,. D.Mnl4. il.mniul
DOIDK VWHI O,1" , ,Hf M.gvu. i.u.va
of France (and which, by the way, belonged to
Lord Chatham's grandfather, who brought it
from India, concealed in tne neel ot his shoe, J
cornea only in the fifth rank; it weighs 136)
oaraia it la worm sd,04u; it u toe purest
diamond known; it required two years to out
it: before it was out it weighed 410 carats ; the
" . i i sin linn
oh pp ne-s ot II were soia ior nu.uuu.
Tha Jjuiieot DruQswiv. says ino vrion Dia
mond of Russia is worth only $344,360, and
not S18.616.580, as some persons have pretend
cd ;and he aays the Saney diamond, which Prince
Paul Uemidon purcnasea as iiuu.uuu, is wortn
onlv 139.170: but then the Duke of Brunswick
reckons its.nistorio vaiuc as Doming, auaouga
it once adorned the sword of Charles the Bold,
was ionnd alter his deatn on tneoaiiie neid ot
Nancy, was sold in Bwitxeriana, carried to ror
tniral and there sold, belonged to King Antonia
to Henrv ILL, was swallowed by a noble to
hnm ha oonnoea is owaiiuweo oy tne lattn-
fnl nobis, rather than to deliver it to robbers,
and was found In his body, whioh was disinter
,d far tha narnose ot discoveries: it.
Tho Dnke ot Brunswick osresnotieare rans
at any period of the year; his diamonds keep
him chained .tnero. ne uar uu sieep uuui
homs fsomeoeoDle reckon tois noerty oi piuow
nno of the ersst franchises of Paris) a single
molit. Then. De lives in a oousa cooswaoiea
not so much for comfort as security. It is bur-
lar. proof, surrouodsd an every aioe oy a nign
wall, Itself surmounted by lottytron railing
iiAfandaA bv innumerable sharp spear beads.
whioh are so contrived tost u a person toucoes
an one of them, a chime of bells begins in
stantly to ring an alarm; .The irot tailing coat
hlm$i,iai.
Ha keerjs h a diamonds in a sine cum in
thick wall; his bed is plaoed against it, tbat no
burglar may break into it without killing, or
least waking him, and tbat hs may amuse him
self with them without leaving his bed.. Tbis
safe is lined wltn granite ana iron; tne iooks
have a secret wbicn must oe inown neiore tney
can be opened; if they are opened by violence,
a disviharee oi B rearms tuss pioe, wuiuu win
inevitably kill the burglar, and at the same time
a chime or Dsns in every room mi use notuo r
set singing.' t,. t ,
He bss but one window in bis bed-room; the
sash is of ths stoutest iron, tho shatters are
thick shest iron. . lne ceiling ol his room
plated with iron several inobes thick, and so
,h. flnnr ' The door opening into it Is of solid
sheet Iron, and cannot be entered nnless one
uu nf tha saerek combination of the lock.
A ease of a dozen six-barreled revolvers, loaded
and nrrl. lies noon noon the table.- within
rsaoh ot his bed. Would yon like to be a.
pUwet'i.1 AC s ' -., iv.' v:: !!!:
i - ..''J i .; ni; ! -fj ,.!' u '-m 4 i : - ' '
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A Chinese Juggler.
The Chinese correspondent of the London
Times writes copiously about things inside of
Pekln. Among other things is a picture of a
Pekin juggler going through his performance
in the streets: "He first of all spoke for abont
fifteen minuses with all the volubility of Charles
Matthews, evidently ssvine something wittv.
for the people round laughed heartily. In the
middle of his harangue, however, be was seized
with ant or choking, and alter an errort or try
ing to sret something, out of his throat, drew
forth alittle slip of bamboo, like a Lisbon tooth
pick, then another and another, then be sneezed,
and ont they came from bis nostrils, then from
hie eyes, nntil he completed the number of thir-ty-eeven,
by mi k log one appear half way oat
of each orifice at the same time, and then
threw the lot on the ground for any one to ex
amine. He next took three glass balls abont
an inch in diameter, and placing them sing
ly between bis lips, sucked them into
bis mouth and awallowed first a red
oatv then a blue, snd last of all a white one;
here was a little interlude of toothpicks aud talk
ing; after which he walked gravely round the
ring, stopping four times; each time be gave
himself a shake and a jump, when the balls
were distinctly besrd to jingle InBide of him.
On completing his round, alter several efforts,
he spst upon the ground the balls in the same
order he bad swallowed them the red first snd
the white last. He then took two more balls
one of polished steel abont the size of a hen's
egg, and another of glass the ssme sizo. These
first be let tail on tne ground to snow tney were
solid; then, placing tbem between bis lips,
be swallowed tbem like tbe smaller ones, but
with more difficulty, the ball swelling the
throat very perceptibly as it went down; here
more toothpicks snd talking, while be prepared
two swords, about an inch :wiae ana twenty
long, very like polished boop iron, clashed
tbem together to show tbat they were real, and
passed both of them down bis throat at once,
until they struck the balls with an audible click;
itbdrawiDs these, he placed bis bands behind
bim, sod, after several palnfal trials, each ball
rose in the throat, snd fell from bis mouth to
tbe ground with a heavy thump."
Rather Frenchy.
A Paris paper tells the following very Frenchy
story of a "worthy gentleman," who, having un
fortunately married a termagant, resolved to
become a widower in a way not to expose him
self to tbe penalties ot the law. Without ex
pressing any opinion as to the morof of the hus
band's conduct, we copy tbe anecdote, trusting
his example will not find imitators in this re
gion: He owned a beautiful country eest, situsted
on the bank of a delightful river, to which his
lady wat much attached, and which she visited
regularly every Sunday morning. She had lor
this purpose a charming little mule, with splen
did trappings, and of which great care was
taken.
For three days previous 10 the lady's accus
tomed visit, the husband had deprived the ani
mal of all drink, so that it was almost furnish
ed. Sunday morning came; the lady set out
on her mule, accompanied by her husband, who
was anxious to see the sport, i ne poor beast
sought water on all sides, and had no soouer
discovered the river, than with the rapidity of
lightning be started on, and stopped not till bo
bad plunged himself head and ears into the
river. The bank was steep and the stream both
rapid and deep at tbis place, and lady and mule
were soon buried beueath the waves. Tbe
husband regretted the loss of the mule, but
reasoned like a philosopher, that to accomplish
one s purpose sacrifices must be made..
A Short Story by Dickens.
Dickens telle the following story of an Amer
icsn sea captain:
On his last voysge home, the captain had on
board a young lady of remarkable personal at
tractionsa phrase 1 nse ss one being entirely
new, snd one you never met with in the news
papers. This young lady was beloved Intensely
by five young gentlemen, and in torn was in
love with them all very ardently, but without,
any particular preference for either. Not know
ing how to make up ber determination in this
dilemma, she consulted my friend the csptsin.
The captain being of an original turn of mind,
aays to the young lad : "Jump overboard, and
marry the one that jumps alter you." The
young lady, struck with the idea, and being
naturally fond ol bathing, especially in warm
weather, as it then was, took the advice of tbe
captain, wbo had a boat ready manned in case
of accident. Accordingly, the next morning,
the five lovers being on deck, and looking very
devotedly at the young lady, she plunged into
the sea, bead roremoet. t our ot tbe lovers im
mediately plunged In after her. When tbe lady
and her four lovers were out again, she esys to
tbe captain, "What am I to do with them now,
tbey are so wet?" Says the captain, "Take
tbe dry one," and tne young laoy aid, ana mar
ried him.
No Wosdir whew wc Slkf A shrewd
pu .H.Fu.r ve. -? -!--
l astir.. - a f..
faculty of wonder. Tbe most Incongruous Im
ages, the oddest oomDination oi circumstances,
the strangest persons present themselves be-
fore ns at such times nochallenged. Wecon-
verse with friends and relations, long since
dead, without feeling the least surprised at
their resurrection. And why is this?. Be
cause (As sent of (As nine ej lAinyi is aito
uanttna. How csn we wonder, when the stand -
ard of judgment is sbsentT And herein we find
the extraordinary likeness between dreaming
and certain forms of insaaity. Tbe co-ordina
ting physical power, In both cases, Is la abey
ance."
-"Where are you going t" said a young gen
tleman to an cldetly one in a white cravat whom
he overlook a few miles from Chicago. "I am
going to heaven, my son; I have been on my
way mere ior eignteen years." "vveii, goou
bv old fellow; if yon bavebeen traveling to
wards heaven eighteen years and got no nearer
to it than Chicago, I'll take another route."
- "Now. gentlemen." said a nobleman to
his guests, as the ladles left the room, "let us
understand eaoh other; are! we to drink like men.
or like beasts!" Tbe guests, somewhat indig
nant, exolaimed, "Like men, of course.
"Then," replied be, " weare going to get jolly
drunk, for brutes never drink moretban tbey
want." l .
"There is no place like borne," said a
brainless fop, the other evening, to a pretty
young lsdy. "Do yon really think so?" ssid tbe
voung isay. -un, yes, - was toe repiy. i nen
said she, why don't yon stay there?" "
Notice,
Notice, CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS.
mllK FOtLOWIIVO CIIANOES WERE
X miie In the the officer of thla Bank, January S9th,
1B6I, to wit! - W. A. Pi.TT, President, and Troms
Moodib, Oaihier, resigned their offioes. Davin Tavkoa,
Esq., was then elected President and Wa. A. Putt sp
pointed Cashier,
By order of fhs Board of Director.
fcbS, WOl-dtf. W. A. PL ATT, Cashier.
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of
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be
bis
BILL POSTING
AMD
DISTRIBUTING BILLS!
JOHN H. STEKLEY
will attend to ths ' . - .
FOSTISa AND IISTBIBUTINQ
. i ' ir'. . . Of- ' '. i.; r- I f
BILLS m THIS CITY.
All order left at th Offle f the BaUtmrn will
GREAT SLAUGHTER!
IN
DRY GOODS
KNAPP & CO.'S
NEW STORK
From and after this data we shall
REDUCE THE PRICE
OF OUR WINTER GOODS
TWENTY FIVE PER CENT,
IN ORDIS TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR
SPRING STOCK.
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Our assortment is still good, ;
and it is known to every
one that, our
STOCK
CONSISTS, 07
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL,
ti .
80 DO NOT FORGET THE
CHEAP STORE OF '
KNAPP & CO.,
NO. 119
SOUTH HIGH STREET,
COLUMBUS,
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OHIO STATESMAN
HOUSES,
Nos. 36, 38 & 40, North High St.
INCREASED FACILITIES !
AGlltY, IIE1FIIS5, DISPATCH
HAVING MOVED INTO MT
NEW BUILDING,
1 HAVE
Greatly JEhalajc&eG
MY-
- nor o inn nnn i n mi imT mi
WHILE BOTH HAVE BEEN
prni VIC1TETI T 'nDflfTriTAITT1
MjtLMilsaLlt lUKULhUUtJl
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NeW Tj'pCS, Borders, Ornaments, &C
FROM THE CELEBRATES fOUNDBT OF
C. T. WHITE 4 CO., NEW YORK,
THUS HAKINa IT THI
Most Complete Establisliment
IN THE CITY.
I am now prepared to Execute all Orders for
BOOK AND JOB
piiiisrTiisrG1,
WITH DISPATCH!
And In ths Host Approved Style of the Art
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
MERCANTILE AND RAILROAD
Bill el Lading, Circulars,
Bill Heads, - jsianeia, ieeaa,
. Certificates. . .. Iteceipto,
Pray Tickets, " ; Hcgiatera,
HOW CARDS . & BILLS, IN COLORS,
CHICKS, " r
K0TE8, ' '
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.! CONTRACTS.
CARDS,
: HaADlBOS,
Illustrated Show Bills,
FOR C0TOTRT MERCHANTS, '
Show Bills, Hand Sills, labels, Concert Pro-
rrammos, lenool ana wuego Bcnemes, no
tel. Bills of Tare, Invitations, fee.' "
.,' '; OF EVERT DESCRIPTION ' ' '
School and College Catalogues, ; t"'; ' f ;
- afiseeuaneons Famphlsts, "' ''
' Constitutions, Reports, Briefs, Ae
Printing in Gold and Colors
Printed la Ivory Color en a ' ,?M
nammqtli Hoe Cylinder,
, Thi ohlj Weis of tho Eln.in Central OMe,
u itwiiiu a Xrdnm in, and all sf tit abovs dtecrip-
tion of work, ar now unsurpassed, and taUsfaotlon
be
bw marameeo in a. . ---. . . ... . ,.
1L f-All won rurnimwa p "J ' p "a
HIOBAai. SUSnEIL
IWISTHSTIMEIOBIY
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IT7I CiVITB ATTIVTTflM (a
Inordinary earn by my
PECTORAL SYRUP.- V'
They are at hosne. and an h. a... awm. m im.
qnlr of the parson wbo bay been sane) by It
DR. KftTRER IS ntWpAWwn it in tmrn .
EXAMINE MINOS WITHOUT (inisiia av.i iifi
THOBE WHO NEED BIS MEDIOlMJtBs ' - " 'l
l ATTEND TO TOTJB COLDS A esse f Bv sasre'''
tending cured by DE. KEVBEE'I PBOIOlUt SMDP.
PrTTs!raB,an.All,IM0.
Da. Kama : Sir wlfs bss hen afllemi mith . ka '
ocush and dlfflealty of breaiblns;, for Sre or for- rears,
which, for several J ears bark, bad tradoslly Increased In
Violsne. Tb enanplsint has baea hereditary, sod aha
bad been treated by aevmrti physician wllhoat on re- ,
Iter. In this sUte of her ease, I procured osoo ef year
Pectoral Oonrh Byrao.' I boaeht. th Im tm. ,Mi.
oent bolU, which rallrred her very ssaeh ; I iboa ssOUd ;
and (ot a dollar bottle, whieh eared ber entirely, and
aba has now no trace of the fanner disrate, axcept trAt
nn. wuuiu aiao aiaio inai a asea tn medlcln mj
self tat cold and cu.b. Tb santtein rared by Uk "
log on dos I express ny entire satlMartton alii tar
nedlclne, snd you are st liberty to nabltsh Oil if oa ,
desir to do so. WM. WILSOa. i I Jr
Alderman Ilfth Ward.
Pitt irje, Ifov. 18, 1858.
Da. Kmrs : Allhonth not an ad.ela Wml
Medicines, In ceneral. It sffordt ar Dlaaaara Inilmnii
bl to recommand year Peotoral Syrnp. As a smSIt In
It b) well worthy the attention of any nerson aha ur la
any manner be effllcted with ona-bs, colds sad hneiseiisss
f any bind, and for lb peculiar qualification for ra
aioTlng sll that diaagrseabl fesution atundlnr a sa
ver oold.
I bare been, more or lea. In ssv lit: affeerad aith tha
severest of sold and hoarseness. At tisaes asy laraest
would become welvied a to armnt atvsDeakiiis ahoaa
a whisper, and by taking a few dosej eTlba above Syra p
tn leeommendini tblt aiedleln, I mast anbetitatnwt
ay thai it is th but remedy I war found, purporting ta
curv uiv aooTv, Dor snoaia any family p wilboat tblt
remeay ior niiraiss so prevalent.
lours, most respectroily. '
! KDWABDJ. JONES. . ,
Cashier Oitlssns' Deposit Bank.
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giiuseiviLL,0., Man 1, 1MB - ,
I have need Dr. Eeyser't (Jonah Syrnp for a bad aouzh -
of several years Handing, and can cheerfully say It Is
me ursi meaicin ior we sun mat i Dare ever tiiea.
i. W. PKIOE-,
COL. PRATT AND DR. KETSER'S PECTORAL'
8YKLP. Kmu-Dear Sir Excuse tb dele, of
my acknowledging the excellence of your Pectoral Cough
Syrnp sooner. 1 take great pleasar In salog tbat it
all you say It is. . It kmtcJudtk noise out o my tougk
ana we worn on i wu ever auitcled with: i have aut
used mora than one-half of th bottle, and I can and da
wish tbat all who are afflicted would give lias fair a trial
as I have done, and tbey will be proud ta ay, "It M) ae 1
quack medlcln. lv-ouldnot stiller another such an,
attack for any consideration, or at any cost. I am eon-'
Bdentlean breathe more freely than I eve did. I shall
always acknowledge a debt of gratitude for inventing so
excellent a remedy. Ton an at liberty ta as soy aaaw'
la this regard, at you think proper . E. I. PRATT, , -r
sieasenger uommon Uouncil, rlltsburia, Pa.
Pittsburgh, May 11, v -;
M . a 1 am no stranger to my fellow-clUaena. and .
who entertsia doubts can consult mspsrsonally.
j - . . m. sTtr..
' PiTTsatraan, April SS, MT."
BEAD THE TRUTH. Da. Kavsaa: I have a daash-
ter who baa taken several medicines for a bad sough,
without benefit among them Ayer'i Cherry Pectoral
I purchased from you a bottle of yoor PEGTOaVAL
SIRUP, and before she had used half a bottle she era
relieved. Tbe second bottl cured bar entirely of her
cough. JOHN DARIN,
Robinson itreet, Allegheny. '
PtTTsitJion, December, 31, VS3.
A GREAT CURB BY DH, KEVBER'S raOTOHAL
SYRUP. I live in Fettles township, Allegheny county.
I bad a coughing and spitting, which commenced asaat
the etb of February last, and continued eight another I
employed tha best phyateiana in tha aoantiy , and my
cough continued unabated until early in October. At
that lime I wu advised to try your PECTORAL OOCOH
gYRUP.whlchldid.andafterl bad taken on bottl I
eras entirely free from th coughing and ipltting. I had
despaired of ever getting well, sad I think It shoo Id a
known that tbis valuable remedy will do for others what
it has don in my cat. JOHN O. LITTLE,
Witness B. M. cUaa. t - Peebles towoiip.
PaTTOR Tr., April 14, 1657. ;
- A WONDERFUL OCRS. Bom tim ago, an old
neighbor of mine wu very ltl with a bad cough which
vary on supposed to be consumption. Bit relatives
told me that he had taken (very remedy tbey heard of
without benefit; hi brother came to tea him die, and all
were confirmed la th belief that heeourdnot lira.- X
had abont tba third of a bottle of yoar Peotoral Sirup,
which I gave bun, and It entirely aaxed hist, ss thtoe
lahmnt of all. What soak as th ess mora rsmarkabla,
is th extreme age of th man, he being about tiyhty years
old. I have no doubt tba Pectoral saved his lifs. ' . '
JOHMN' G1NNI8. .
DR. KETSER'S PEOTORAL STRUT 1BT B LAIRS-
TILLS .Please send m another supply of yoar vala
able "Pectoral Syrup," Almost everybody around at
haa the cold and are inquiring for "Dr. Keysari taoseral
Syrup." We bar aold sixteen bottles last week, and ar
now entirely ont. Mr. A. Alter and Mr. P. Maber, both
ot Rlalrsvills, Pa., tell us they would not be without W.
In their families, la fact, all who as It one want It
again. Yours, respectfully.
a. s. saiuaws a gut . .
JanuaiyW, 1860. .
ANOTHER NEW CERTIFICATE DR. KETSER'S
PEOTORAL BYRUP I had been troubled with aooujra
and oold lor several weeksso bad era st that I asuM not
tlsep, 1 bad the advice and prescript lone from three of
tbebeitpbyiicianeiu in city, wnom loouidname, Mtdo
sot do to. I finally procured a bottl of yoar Pastoral
Syrup, which tared m entirely. Signed,
. n.ouivnivn.
836 Liberty street, Pittsburgh, P , Jan. 9, iSGO. x
'STOP THATiCOUGHTNa.'WHoween I de Itr "Oa
to Keysrson wood street sad get a Settle e SisGonah
Pectoial, and If that don't cure yoa, your cat mast be
daeperat Indeed." This Is specimen of th asllaqay
one hears almost every day la cold catching periods of
th year. And w can. from actual experiment, cheer
fully concur in th adviser's admonition as above, for we
have tried th "Pectoral," In a most stubborn sate, with
an tire success. Near two wseks ago we went ta Pittsburgh,
with on or in most aistresiing, contrary, mullsn, no-
lubdaabla eongbt we ever xperienesd atnee oar edreoc
apoa this mundane sphere. W coughed steadily and
laboriously for on whole week, In hope of Nrr0 at east,
but It waa no go. In fact it seemed rather t have im
proved by practice, and to have acquired strength, poten-
cy and amrtmoutrf oy us operation, in wis sa
the siege, we eon jhed oar way to Keren's, 140 Wsod St.
procured a fifty cent bottl of th -rectors!;" took it
acoordlof to directions, add In forty -eight boar we Were
auuter of th field, th enemy having anoodlUonally
surrendered, after a brief but snequal etmfltclwlt wo
formldabl an advert as Keytar's taawus "Oough
Pectoral." JXrovmtviU Olipptr, to. 14, 1SS9.
DR. KETSER'S PEOTORAL ITRUP Is prepared and
told by Dr OEOBOE B. KETSER, 140 Wood attest,
Pittsburgh, Pa.
7 Bold ia Oolumbut by ROBERTS V BAJTUXb
rpOOTnACME REITIEDT.
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A STJUB3 CtrilBJ.
Prepared sod sold by
Da.eBO. H. KETBIk,
140 Wood it,, PltUburgh(Pa.
Pries, 8S cents.
TTT Bold In Columbus by ROBERTS ta lAaTtTIS.
oci7:Stwdbm. . .
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JAB. H. M'KBS. ' " Wat. H. BJSTIEAtTZ.
GROOEHQ;
, , ' ,,,.,. AND 'i '-,'... I, ,. .
PRODTJOS DEAI.Tir3t.
, hU;j 'lisiTist Hlgts" tr4ii""'
5 J'i'lr ,t: ';T 1 'I? COtlTaTBUS, OKltf,
HJaVB OI 'HAti n AT WttOf TlTE
and Retail, rlNKdT STAPl.a fil&iillKKIKg,
FLOUR, SALT, TEA, COFFBK, BUUAR, TUHA0OO,
BSOARS, Etc t Era. Oar Sleek has eten furabawd la
Eastara Cities during tba Panic, , . , . . , - ,
ioxt OAanft.
and wt mtattt endeiTor wlU M to ciTsir tadaotntntt t
i Cff Tl TTV T,W aarKlrll SrAnnt smm1i In a, a ll.s. 1.
th lOityi i a i!.:..- a lft 'l :r ,4M!f
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