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COLUMBUS,' OHIO. WEDNESDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 27. 1861.
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BIX OQLLAE3 f 23 TEAS
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1 S.ILY, TRI-WEBXLY AUD WEEKLY
- MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PTBIISIUBS AHD f BOPBIITOSI.
.i. i' i i. .
C.Oaco Hoi. 88, 88 sad 40, Korth High ft
" TKK.MS Ito'VARIAJlLT IN ADVANOB
oaliy (8 00 pryar.
By ui canter, per wett, pt'A
trl-Weakly ' ; S 0
teats.
0 pwyeur,
Weekly. "
i on "
i
ertw oi AdvortUln; by Uo Bquar.
rJniuarlyai..'.B90 00
pa " I) most. IB 00
3n '' 0 months 15 00
hj O month 10 00
jut a months 8 00
One tqur I VMka. .4 00
Ou . " Swm1u..I00
Od " ltMk.o in
Om ' 9 dy ... 1 00
On V Sdsyi... 79
Om f - liaMrtloa M
i)o J Bioath. , t HQ
. WipUyid. dvertlronu half more than the ttort
Ailvttlement uiH and plso4 In th oolama Of
pwial MotiMi,'' doum im ordinary rm4.
All uoitMa rqalrc w b pablUbidbr Uw, lactlntei.
II ordered on tti liulM oiuut17 uur w nninu
. pot cn:. nor tnui tut abor riM bat til taea wil
mxr tn Iho Tri-WeklrwlthoBtohir.
VutiDMCrda, DOtanoding At linn, ftjtl, In
tile, St 50pr lint; oaUld i.
NotiMiofmeetaig,ctirllhlMocIeUM,Br oompuit,
Hmnce IV role will not bTmrlori. '
Vekl.m prlnuthi Dally, whr tiM adTrttit
uuhoVMlilv.lgt. Whin Hi Ball! andWMkli
r both aicd, than the charge lrth Weekly Will fee
u.ir tneramoi in uaiiy
No acWertliement takes exoept for a OetBlU periM
BUSINESS , PARDS.V ;
EAGLE Bit ASS WORKb,
Corner Spring & Water Sta.,
W. B. POTTS & I do.;
ia:LOEciia"isa?EiP
And Mfumhtctarori of Bran and Oompoeltlon OaiUegf,
Plnlshtd Bran Work of all DeNrlptioal. i
Electro PlatinTwd Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTING, tC. ;
ibie4iy
F. A. B. 8IMXDI8, ,
Attorney At Xn,"W
. AND NOTARY PUBLIC
' 0 Ac Ambna Cnlldlog, oppoattt Capitol Iqoite
. - -. COLUMBUS. OHIO.
UOXiUMBUS
Machine Manufacturing 'Compuy
A
itfinn9oaoadooeDcTi1i.l'V.
' " hakotactuuri or
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
-. ... Ctlns, Mill-Gearing, KMhliiry.
.. , , itBO, '
TELallvoaxX Worlt
or wrnr MscwmoK.
4 ' coi.tiirtBtis, omo.
0HA8. AMBoa, gop'l. ' r. AMBOtN.Tma.
dMll. !85fl-tf
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T - r - - IM
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
'. For Cincinaati, Tayton & Indianapolisl
Through to Indianaoolii withoat Change of Carl
and but One Change) of Can between
" .'...I "CoJumhui and Bt.Lonti. . J
THRfiS TRAIN3 DAILY FROM COLUM-
- bus. ;.
FIRST TRAIN.
(Dsi'y,
MoodT excepted. 1
!8. via Dutoti. at :49 a. Bu,stp-
BIOUT clrRSo
plng at Lotion, Xul, Dajptca, Ulddletowa and Eaafl
tan.arriTiniatClDclDDatlat&iOa. m.lPartoa atJ:
a.m., IsdlanopolUat 10:i8 a .Ct. loolsat 11(0
; "'. ' SECOND TRAIN. '
' ACCOMMODATION, at 8:10 a. m.,topptaf at all 8ts
Uon. between Columbo, and Olnelonatl and Carton, ai
ririnn at Cincinnati 11:08 a. m., DaftOB at 9:14 a. B.,
Ianop:Uaf 8;S3p. n.
..-.-.J, THIRD TRAIN. .
SAT IXPBES3, at S:30 p. m., itopp'lsf at Altea,
JeflortOB, London, Obarleeton, Oedarrllls, Zenla,
prinf Tslley, Corwln, Morrow, Deerfleld, Foeter's.
Lowland, Ulllfordaud Plainrlll, arrlvlnf at Clntfn
naU at 7:80 p. m.t St. toul, at 18 n; Eajton at S 84 p.
m.I lodianopolU at 10:3Bp. m. .
Sleplnr Car on all Nlrht Trfilm to
Cincinnati and Indlanopoll.
BAGGAGE CHECKED THBOUGHe
for farther Information and Through Ticket apply to
U- L. COUBRTV, ,
TfcketAtrrat, TTnlon Depot, Colombti. Ohio.
i i i. W. WOOBWAKD,
. . . Enparlntendent, Cincinnati.
, .-Jl :.: r:'-Jf-.' . . JKO. W. BOBBBXT I "
113-
- Agent, Columbss, -
.1.1.
HOLIDAYS, 'i
. . v , , r ANCIEle
at krtl:ln is Jon cbtfr for our HUSBAND . .
..sAssjrosnewlforjiosrWV" ,
,;Bttch)Sr)Wi-foron'AtJOHTJB. J' 1
.r.ive-ef'MB mpntlM. ,'-,.,?.! '
laA j'r tBOTBIk )m - v i -"
" :' faoh at too wan for "TBI OKI T0U LOTH BlSt.
. Aosd ( U1 be got lortb1 SLSBSXS BABY."
toh a all aat (or, , "
May b foand fn nrtrf, lii tiy tew stock ef ' !
WATCUES, . CHAINS, JEWXLlaYt
' . " AnA fewral MorUneiit of " '
'r-;,.:;',.., Twer M .Veeftii Artiol., f
I
Ho. 10 Backar) JSlooKe .
Jnit Eteelvedl
nr. H .REGN and
BEACK
- I (III i-kabV 1 Italian aria Ble Cone
A V
H ,. jflOPkoldBnWaurBttntJaTOoffe.
If.
i in TB net veyuin uuuev... , r v . . .
1 ' n oil ki.T.. .,,,rf.rd Whit Bnnrs. eontlattn
low-
I --n dred,Chrnhd,eraiilated A and B Coffee
' $6 qnlnta' Ooorge Buk Codnah. ' .. '
, jeobbli. Ueis sod Ma. 1 MaekeNl.
i toa, Plok.Balnon. t , j J
100 bs. Lyr EaWns.
1 K hf. 'sna o ! .'-.? mr! voj,
-lOOqr boa do ' di 1 i -I- t.i.u. ' ' c . 'ii,
10O at 01ai dUTer.nl hrtBds and (TadSS. . . 1
-Tl, LL POWERS tSLRO
i e mauas im isiroBTin amp Bom
' j , .. j. TOBACCO.
r. .... .:. BHUIF. -- -- -. : . .If
AND f AHOTASTTaf.il
.... So. fit iTaat tat fttroot, beiwrai Bigtasad
'th WOine.voiam, .- v .-. exu:iis!
' m., ...... fMfktLV tl.VVH ,
rITKWnEAT, BRANDED
' w lr;i,BNO,WrPLAKS, T
from "Baiaett Mill." Bprtngdeld 0-he Mstorsid ef
tlourhroniht to oarBureet. n.Bi.miein.
tor al only at ' - - WB. MeBOB 'Mr. L ;
Htuirn ,..:.: i' flQBBoatliHItBttT!;
Ho) idav-Presentst. ! '
tAVIOOiH : lieliAliwEW,' mBstiriyF.
UtIIM'l ZGSi UUttma saa.aa.ar aaa aw
' ' kinds el faehlonabl- " A - 1 ' 1 J .w
-. w bn 8wBa at rery le rlwJiTj'1 ViCT
OMR. - .WffihUihitfet.
ANNUAL PEOSPECTUS
ONE DOLLAR
THE WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN" IS PRINTED ON
v.'. . :. AT THE LOW RATE OFJ. . , ' ' ' '.
; ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR!
PAYABLE IS ADVANCE. V :'
It U n old an relUbU Democratic Journal, and. as a political paper, hut Y
No Superior 'in Ohio or any other State!
a addition to ite politioal character, It to a first olate newopaper, fumlihlog lta readn with the
' GENERAL NEWS OF THE DAY,
An epitome of the etta-tag event eonatantly oeonrring at home and abroad, and ehoioe mleoel
laneona eeleotione. It alto give the lateet and moat reliable . . , ,-.
From all the prinoipal aoarta of Trade and Commerce.
The Easiness Man, the Mechanic, the Farmer and the Laborer
' ' Will each find their tattea and interest eonanlted and attended to In the column of .
TH3D W3D13S.I"5 J3TLT3ZJSlVI-A.Kr.
Durine the aeesion of Conerei and the Ohio
, kaM will be furniibed with a oonciae report of
unnng tn paatyear, tne oircniauon or tn weuly otatkshaii baa ineraaaed rery rapidly,
being now more than double what it wa twelr month ago. - It i our dir to extend It eu
oulaflon, not only in Ohio, . , .-, .w, . i .
But in all the States and Territories West of TJs! :
In proportion a it i difluaed among the people, it ujefulno will be Inoreiued; and we Invite
our political and personal friend to aid n in giving to th Wiuxx Statmmai .
The Largest" Possible.; Circulation
Among th people. The prloe of th paper i ao low that no Democrat need be without it A
an induoement to friend to aid n in increasing th eirauiation of the Wuzir STArauvuf, w
will giro ... - c .
A PREMIUM OF, THIRTY DOLLARS
To the person who will, by. th 1st dayof January, 1861, send us th largest Club of yearly
subscriber, with th eash for the eame; TWENTY DOLLARS to th person who send us th
Meond largest Club of ubserihrs a aforesaid; TEN DOLLARS to the person who nd us
th third largest Club of subsonbtra a aforesaid; and to each person who. send as a Club of
ten yearly inbaeribers, with th ouh for the same, we will tend a copy of th j
Weekly Statesman One Tear without Charge!
D" Those whoar willing to ompet for th Premiums, or solicit subscribers forth State,
man, can cut; this Proepeotus out of the paper and attach to it a (trip of writing paper, on which
to record th name of all persons who may become subscribers. - . .: ,
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FEB ANNUM !
v
if'.O'
Leeialatnre. the reader of th Wtmr Statm.
the doing of eaeh of thoee bodiee. .
' MANYPENNY & MILLER,
' rcjusExs omo RATxaus.
: NAMES. "
STONE'SJAZAAR.
N"o. 4 Gwvnno Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HiERi
ABE rTOfV RECEIVING THEIR TTIIV
TBB OOODi, and lottt tb public a loepeot
tbern. Mo each stock of Ooodj ha r been brought to
thl narkxt. Tb South, la oooaequesc of th hilar
of the (rain crop, haa not been able to parchae the ue
oal quantity of rich (coda, and this feci bai foroed th
Importer to sell then at pabll auoilon. Om bojer
(Mr. Stone) being la Mm York at theee Urge sales, took
Ml ran taye of then, and w oan and will Mil our goods
hen, at let than any on who purchased two week ilnce,
paid for them in Hew York. Ouritoe litosplet ti
erery department ef
ELEGANT DRE33 SILKS,
OTTOMAN VELOURS,
, BROCHE VALENCIA3,
PRINTED MEBIN08,
PRINTED COBUROS,
DYED COBUG3;
BLACK ALPACAS, , , ,
, . ORLEANS, ' ' ' '
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES.
POPLIN s, PRINTS,
DELAINES.
SHAWLS MID CLOAKS!
Rvd Thausand Dollars Worth
,; Bought in One Day,
At ono haU tn cost of Impottatlon.
LADIES' FURS,-
In U Varltl, of the Celeoratoa
, HlannYatnr ol C. O. Gun-
..l.-.-.-r i v thoro Bone iU . j. .j
HOSIEM DEPARTMT,:
.a. Ji - . A nkiUMn! UnUr aiT all Ifinrin. In
Wool asTumh' Wool; fleecy lined sad Cotton Qlorea
of Terr oak-: " ,,- .. ,' -
A' cemplet aworfaeni of all th Usual tari.
LADIES' CLOTHS. . ' !-
: - of ERCOATINOS, "
..' TWEEDS.
FLANNELS, .. V L'.'A - '
; i K1BB01N,
, ; . .., DRE33 TRIMMINGS,
tidlei knflGant'i linen Cambrio Hand
;;rcnlea, ko.,; &o. ; ;;; . ;
ta Bereona who nil en , w !; ear wrds to
show than th largest, best and cheapen stock t flood
mt saso la ils siaitet, or pa Uieo oo dollar per
UA.AEM HII a. tHIHTI, ... . .
QO Li) AN HIII. BHIBX8, -
.V ; OOLDKH BUL BHlKta,' ,i:..- ' '
Tlrtpattsniof then ablra are new. i Th. Bodies, Yekes,
Slewrel mm besom ..ere tonnM to ni tue parson wltn n
a oetatnrt, , xae sura upon eaon on aeaigneiing tn
Is njj b tilled on as helot correct, end eaahahTrt la
tnaranttM well toad. ' A full stock of sll iqualltle
ooeuatlf sbraJsav t, ;j . : i 7 l,BUN'. ,
,..Brt84--.t :-r ,; ... Wo. WBoatt High Hreet.
X.
r::,
"Watchci, und 'Jewelry.
AriHE A"OBTIIEHT r WSI Vtl
a, 01ookijewelry, BllTejrwsi, o.. septstaat
r. !? .ii ; ;;i iiBipATBrWB. ;
Ho.18. loath High Btiw Oelombn. 0.
Watcbss ssd Jewelry repaired..
AVfttiKl;lKKA8 elLKti
U w,fii(0Y B' BILK, ' 1
W ar ow tffsrlM oltr tanena ioek Of 1
I tUt (T
UK
mltmAM ckrlmmmm tie U TaoOT VrSS
lllm at .h. m, hMor. affarM In this oitf.
Th eltentkm; f lha ladle of this dtl anj tlclnlty Is
oUott, a osr atock m nrf tsiKt n os)plt in all
frade
of goods la this Un ' wBTIB. BAIa,
BTa-MBoatB BlchstrMt.
VEs- ie)iarioTToo..''- '
Ptntl BR AlTDfill : WITfiB. OORDIltB, A1TD Bit
Ta, Iron "Bonded WraeM , t;W -
; tY.rt? f-.
-I-
. If-'l Souih Hll
1irAa.Ti.Slt;akTaii.a.AA I.AfiK MITI :
eaageat Valiti let J,wUee( abi.ktleee' Mitt.
sMfwl I
-; r; IT AMES.' '-."v---"
OHIO STATESMAN
I
111!
HOUSB,
Nod. 36, 38 & 40, North nigh St.
INCREASED FACILITIES!
tT,;nu
HAVIJJQ MOVED INTO MT,(
NEW BUILDING,
BOOK & JOB DEPARTMENTI
WHILE BOTH HA7E EEN
REPLENISHED THROUGHOUT
.-. with
New, Types, Borders,: Omaments, &c
FROMTHJ CILYBRAtXD fOCllDBY Of .'.
C. T. WHITE ft C0NEW:Y0SK,
thus surma rr TEi
most
Complete Establishment
' ' IN THE CITY; ;' '- ;,i ' '' :
I am aow preparod to Ktecut all OrrUrt for
BOOK AND JOB
PRiisTTrrsraj
WITH D IS PAT CHI
And In th Xost AjproT4 8tjlof th Art'"
-. PABJICOLAB AUBMXIOB BAXD TO ,' "
MERCANTILE AND RAILROAD
hi 3tf Tjrd..
ism of Eadinr, ' Cf ircnlar, ' :' i "L".
Bill llo4," rBtanltsH Yo4V
".'-- Certificates), , .i.., . Atolptt
. , . i"ot AicKOM:' ,. iX'eKTBt)n,
HOW CARDS &1 BILLS IN COLORS,
i inrerfBTR.'. i. votm. ,i i
; cards, - - - - urmopEs, "
, HZADUIOS, C0XSACT8.':
Illustrated Show B ills,
FOR COTOTRY. MERCHANTS, 1 -
how Bill, Hand IllU, iabl, Concert Pro-
grammes, School and Colics thna, Ho- t
if, 'tejl Bill f Ian, . fatJtBttoBs,: ft :
0Ff EVERY DESCRIPTION ;1 ! Z.
lohool Bad Collg CatBlogns, v . ; "V
. MUeeuanson ranpnlBts, . ( '
. '; Ooaarintlons, ftsportay Brtsfj, kt
Printings in eld ; and Colors
' '"II nil ail i hai 111,, i 'Inp ,;)'
Printed la KTerw Color on b I ' .
IlaiiimbtliHW
Th only Press of tBB i Xdn d la Central Oaitv
M7raolUUforklMairysMallorthaboTdp.
tios of work, are now uiiai and sslttfaotloa) erlll
mm nu ii u
s r1 eraaaeed tn all eaea. . t i 1 !
- JUTAU VfrB (ttoUbsd prnt! Vr Uie fcs
Ptvnanii wa,Mi
J))iJD! Statesman
II1XI.
i
I
Sally, per rear,
ft 00
Trl W
reokly, per ?tar...r...
i oo
1 00
Weekly, per yei
Marietta
Oil Regions up the Kanawha.
' We giro eoploos extract from an article from
th Parkersbnrg Arms, in relation to the almost
incredible jleld ot the Oil Wall nearBarning:
springs, t aererat oi our nuzras, among
them C. E. Glloee, Capt. Drown, Wm. 8oott,
Dr. Regular, Dr, Cook and others, well known
as gentlemen of veracity, bar rialied tbes
well, and ao far a w nay heard an expres
sion, all enaors tn correctness or. tne state
mcnt of the IVrtrs. , Th Parkersburg Gatettt
alto corroborate I her reports of tb enormous
yield, and the value of land in tb vicinity of
uarnlnfr nprings. ner are tn racta a dttalled
lathaiVetesi . v
As all aorta of report sr In circulation In
reference to the yield of tbes wells, some of
woiou bav by 5me Deen supposed to be fabu
lous, we propose to give an accurate acoonot
thereof. In tbla and other numbers of our paper,
taken from reliable data and personal observa
tion, in order that th public rosy be fully In
formed thereon.
The first oil well In this region was opened
by Messrs. 8 D.&F.J Earns, of Penney Ira
ni kTbes gentlemen, surmising, irom the ap
pearance of th country, lb great quantity ol
uiface oil and gas, and other infallible eigne,
that a large amount ot oil lay Imbedded below,
leased the old Ruthbone Salt Well, cleaned it
one, nut in a pump, and commenced operation.
ror asy tney onutinea only water., soon oil
mingled with Wafer made it appearance . Af
ter a few week a barrel of oil per day wa ob
tained, then twO, three, and finally ten barrel
perdiy. . Their well yielded about thii qnantl
ty for some time, but latterly ba lnoreaeed
until it now give from twenty-fire to thirty
barrel erery twenty-four hours, and is Billi on
tbe Increase. , ;
Sometime during last 'nmmer. Messrs J
C. and J. V Ratbbon each commenced borlne
fjr oil on their contiguous faimi Wa have
heretofore noted tbe jiili of ohe cX these well.
but lor tbe information of our many ne sub
soribers, again insert the faot in reference to
it. Tbi well, belonging to Mr. J. C. Rath
bone, gare pn miee of a ureal yield while in
tbe process of boring.' Upon putting lath
pump, and getting fairly to woik, It ws foond
to yield from two kundrtd mnd fifty to iftrrt hun
dred bttttlt of oil in twentv-iour boar ,
Tnis immense product, far surpassing that of
any other well in existence, was soon noised
abroad by means of a notice in dies column,
wbicb wa copied Into other paper, and attract
ed to (fa pot numbers from a distance. Lea
se were shortly In dtmand. which ha Steadily
and rapidly Increased, notwithstanding tb cor
responding increase in terms, until now a per
foot oil mania rages, and oil privileges oannot
b "signed, aealed and delivered" fast enough to
ausiy too. aesiring teem.
Ui tbese latter enterprises but few bare pro
gressed to Completion, though hundreds, pei
tiaps, ar now boring or preparing to do so.
Up to the date of writing this aitiole, we have
lofotmailon f but three well wbiob are yet
tuutu or primping, lanugo. tne on i pour
ing or spouting from them ia Immense quanti
ties. . ' ' -
One of these wells, owned bv Messrs. C D
S J. N. Camden, J. J , Jr., & J. M. Jackecu,
and B. W. Byrne, "struck oil" two or three
week einee, at wmeh time there Issded from It
an lmmcns body of par oil, which wastbrawn
in a comoaot mus forty or fifty feet hltb, toe a
lm beyond all control- There bavebeea gath.
erea irom tnis "on spout," aarmg tn past two
weeks, about seventeen hundred barrels of oil.
oirJei a lanre amount wnieb wa wasted, and
notwltnitandlng it has been (topped op great
portion of tns tim. i n aepm or tni well l
133 feet ' . - r ;
Tbe well of Messrs. Weir & Darnell, whiob
US feet deep, and from which the oil la
thrown in a Blmilar mistier to the one snoken
of above, alio Welds, wbea allowed to flow,jbout
oarrei par minute, un tn nrst aay r its
opening abont four or five hundred bairelsof oil
were secured; since which time, tn coutequeuce
Ot tb carcity ot barrel, It ha been kept olosed
most of tne ume. - - . i.u .;
Meur. Lewellvn at Wilson also hav a well
from which tb yield 1 perleetly tremendous.
A boUeleht or tan feet iqnar wa dns in tb
ground around th mouth of tbe wll, and into
it tb oil wa allowed to flow from th oonduoi
tor, which it did without spoutine, and In a Quiet.
orderly way. ' Board wer placed over tbi
pit, ana a many barrel a oonid beconven
lentlymade room for set on them. Fifteen
band were tben employed, soin In taking oot
aadreplaolng bungs, other In placing sod re
moving barrels, while five sua wer busily en
gaged In dipping np tb par fluid in backet
and nonrlosr it through larte box funnels Into
the barrels. Ia tbi way ' ow AunaVrd rrels
UrrtftiUd in Un htun. ' Daring tbi period tbe
well wa ' (topped no half tb time, in conse
quence of tbe Inability of tb hand to secure
in oil a fast as it aowed, and oven when run
ning, a large Iron plunger, two Inches in dlam
e'or wa kept in th well. - Had this been taken
out, the yield of pure oil from, this ingl
wei mnst nave Deen inn a nunorea barrel an
hour. ' ..... ,
Inbradibid a these statement mnst ancear.
they are nothing bnt facts-' Other well will
probably be finished and pumping ia a fwday,
which git fall assbranc of yielding fully as
much a those described above ' Nor is th oil
region confined to tfaelmmedlste vicinity re
ferred la Qa Hughes' River, and oo every
creek and ran la tbe wbolo valley of tb Littl
fi.ao.awne. tber is an abandano oroil." In tb
vidnity of Parkersbnrg, alto, and on tbOereekt
above and below, emptvins: Into tbe Ohio, oil Is
foobd .We Oootefflplat in future nambr , clr-
Ini fuller statement In reference to the main
Kanawha wells, and also of th prospects and
results on tb smaller streams.
The King of Beasts Exposed-The Lion the
Most Cowardly of Animals.
' Th4 London1 Jfiamiaer of lata Vat rematfcn
flniluimM iff .nlmit oata a flna'nharaAr
tb rery oppoali to tb on to which b is nti
tied.; uMott.rejnarkably tbi I th case of thA
lion, wtiobba wo long been the typ of onr.
ag and generosity, , ;ioe lion uLone of th
gioatoal cowards in tne creitiou., whatever
ooaragi he It capable of come not of hia tart,
bat of U ampiy atomach.. H la. a skulking
dastardiuole t i famishing, And yeatho
not bold If h b boldly nc(Uatered, . . .. -, j :
Wbequaeaalay wiot bomoaatically of "trie
tiakaed Plant eoet' fa pausze, by-he-
way, booowed from Hallam ) ba might a prop
eriy nave caiiea an nero w nara-naarteo 4 n
0crlptio, too, of our army in tb Ccim, as
l.oni led ky atseejis u ftiss ia flgur as 1 t In
fam: for Bevaf ..aura men mora bravely led bv
reglmnt4 tffloersj and tb as 1 a maea bolder
animal (bkn tbalion.: ; '..), w-, 1 .i-... ; .".
Old Fuller bit off th truth tbat th dog. not
the lloev saonld be the type of courage.. Tb
comparisok should be " boiaat a buu dog,"
ana "as asauraiy. lion.", -r 1 , 't - : : ' . .
ji At for showing boo In a tbeatr as th b
roe of tb animal kiocdom, tbre bare or
deer ar aaiwall entitled . to that sort ot ' dl
tinotlon., Tbailion ba might,. Indeed) bat
might wltbdnt courag or generosity ; he la ner
r tearless except when b It in lb presence
ol tear from which b take heart, or wben
hanger blind! him to all but ih satisfaction of
lisrvings, J sv,r. ! ,..,-..., ' ..
i) LirlngswD says h nver ooold discover h
bravery ot aOblUty of oatur aiributd to th
lloa,nd as lot. bitrngia, thcagn get, be
crtalataoIn wbioi three lions udavor-
d foe o. Jos time, In Tl0..to null dowa a
wounded Baffslov Alter all, tb as In th lion's
akla was bob half ao trt an t moo tor a .tb
Uoa iBtbo. lloo'dskln palng lor tbe braveat
of animal, while b is q arraut noitrooa wnen
. . . ... , , 1 a j v . .
U H BO O HWWUJ BfAOw ,t
An Entirely New and Original "Religious Ceremony."
- moay." '.
A "Reverend" Horsewhipping Affair in England
' Tbe English papers by tbe Jura give the par
ticulars of a queer horsewhipping affair. The
Rer, J Sumner Brockharst, of Emmanuel Col
lege, borsewblDoed the Rer. Edward Dorlrf.
reuowoi magaaien uoueg ana vicar or Bt.
Oiles", Cambridge, and being cited to answer,
made a singular statement in Justification.
He said be was told that a Fellow had actual,
ly omitted from the graoe tbe name of th Lord
Jesus Christ, and had saidwhen asked for Ms
reason, that it was on account of tb presence of
a jew at tne taoi. .. nut Ubriit died for all
men, and I say that the man who would omit
tb name of Christ In asking a blessing at a
college dinner mnst b lost Indeed; but wben
I found tbat th omission wa to claat a
wealthy fellow commoner, I felt tbat matters
bad .reached a ' potut "that a man feeling th
veneration I do for the' Lord Jesus' must tske
notic of. " . ;
He subsequently went toMr. Dodd's room.
BUI ! SlitHcallAliH film tflflsl " -
"I am a straneer. sir. ti rout bat nermlt m
to ask whether on any oocstlon you ver omitted
the name of the Lord Jesus Christ from" th
college grace in the ball?" To , that question
th Immediate answer was, "Never." I tben
aid, bav tbtory on undoobted authority.
sir; do you mean you never did?" H answer-.
ea. "Never." , . : ' V .-r '
After farther conversation In regard fd the
matter, and statins the nam of Ma informant.
ft contlnuess
Communing with mvitlf. I said, her ts th
statement of a man, on whose truthfulness I
would almost stake my life, Ignored by a. man
whom I have hardly seen before; I will hoi In
sult my friend by telling him. I will go and
do What Is right? I went back. I had a horse-
wnip wltn me, concealed about my person, i.. I
sent a mettige Into tbe ball tbat gentleman
desired to see Mr. Dodd, and tben sent In my
name. Tne answer wae, "Would not to-mor
row dot' I thought not, so waited outside th
screens in tbe second court, . watching the en
trance to the hall., Mr. D came out very soon
sfier. I followed ' him quickly . tbrobgh the
screen, bailing blm when about, ball' wav
tbrougb tbe quadrangle. I c tiled bid nam and
tbat inductd blm to turn around, and I then
said all dellcaot being Of oourse fljng away--
-now, sir, ten me wnicn is tbe :i.r, jouor
Mr. Reioert" The reply was, "Ob. I can's
talk about that: come to mv rooms."' I then
drew out tbe wblp. .His back was toward me.
but I did not want to strike him there, so struck
himeidewayt on tb arm. Of course, I was
prepared for anything that m!ght follow, execut
ing wnac did follow thlt ib prsjn I struck '
took little or nonoilce, butValked on. I btr
no doubt I repeated tb blow, how many times
I can't eay.
uu..i.'.a.M.i ,l. f.e... v.i
-ui,iug uuhucu euw luuiotiun, i turew aown
the whip at bis feet and aaid. "Now. sir. I hav
dou tbat to you, tak It up If you dare and do
it to me." I then (aid to tb bystander and
ollege servants, after I bad taken up tbe whip,
"Oo and tell all over tb University tbat Mr.
tirocaourst, or a,mmanuei, baa boraewbipped
Mr Dodd, ot Magdalen, for bavlnir been Me
to hi Savior and tola to hi friend." I mad
some observation to tbe crowd without tbe col
lag. If i (aid Thank God," I pray God to
pardon me If 1 used HI aam irreverently, bur
I dou't think 1 did. If I did, I did it in th
dan of th Savior."
Having been brought before tbe Vice Chan-r
eellor sod formally omvloted of th assault;
Mr. Brockharst was suspended from all degrees
for a period of four years. Mr Dodd wa com
mended by tb Vie Chancellor lor nl conduct
aoder sncb remarkabl provocation, as exhibit
ing in almost onristiaa lorbearance.
A Letter on Love by the Iron Duke.
' It will bt- Btea from tb fullness of detail, be.
yonani wont in aiecuomg matter, now much
importanc tn iron Uuk attached to the ten.
der subject of the following letter: j
Quinta de S. Joac, June 27, 1811.
vour
letter of tbe 3d Inst., and it U impossible not to
ieei tor tne annappinea ot th youns? ladv.
which you hav so well dsoribdi but it I not
ao ay as you imagine to apply the remedy . It
appear to mm mat t anouia b guilty of a
oreaco oi aiscretioo ir i we to Bend tor tbe for
tunateobjtC! of tbi youog lady's affection, and
to ap rise him of tb nreasioe necessity . for hia
early return to Eogland; tb application for par
mission to go ought to com from himself; add,
at all events, the offer ought not to b mad , by
me, and particularly not founded oa tbe aecret
of this interesting young lady. But thi(
fortunate mslor now command his battal
ion, abd I am very apprehensive that he could
not with prop-iety quit It at present, ev
en though tb lif of tbi femal should
depend upon It; and therefor I think he will
not ask for leave. W read occasionally of
desperate Cases of this description, but I cannot
ay tbat I havo ever yet known of a young lady
aying oi tove. i ney contrive, in com manner,
to live, and look tolerably well, not withiUndlnw
their despair and tbe continued absence of their
lover; and acme even bav been known to re
cover so far a to be inclined to take another
lover, If the absence of lb first has lasted too
long. . I don't suppose tbat your srofeyes can
ever recover to tar, but I do hop she will sur
vive tbe continued necessary absence of the ma
WELLINGTON.
BtoooiNO on Orb Thoooht. L' von tiilnk
long and daeply upon any subject, it grow la
apparent magnitude and weight; if yoa blnk
of it too long, it may grow big enough to ex
clude tbe thought of all things beaid. if it
be an existing and prevalent vil yoa ar think
log of, yoa may com to'faacy that if that On
thing wer don away, it would b well wlth th
human raoc : all evil would go with It. I oan
conceive the process by wbiob, without mania,
witnoutanytning wore man th workable un
soundness of tb prsctically ouod mind, on
might com to think a tbe man who wrot
against stopping tbooght. For myself, I f.el
tb fore of tbi law so deeply, tbat tber ar
Csrtaln evil of which I am afraid to think
much, for fear I ahould com to b abl to think
nothing els and nothing mor. F rJ
jfaeiM. : .... . .., ., ,:, .
JAB.M.MHB.
':,u rjl. ff: BBBTIBArjX
M'KEE &, RESTIEAUX,
GROCERS
AHD h
PHODUOS DEALERS,
'i-Ko. 84 North iIlgBi Stroot,'! : .,
HAVE ON BIAWs AT tVHOLE'ltG
and Retail. FINEST . BTAPLB HHOOKBIH4.
VliOTJB, (ALT, TBA, COfFBB, nCOAR, TOBAOOO,
d a a t, ktv mto. var sraca ns new eareaaeaa in
VaetwaOlilMdartatfbefanle,, (..: , c; . : ... .
inA sur main endeavor Wilt ba to-0ffatli.4aflMHBtfai
itiSB A fftSSA whlok are not ease led by tne Bona la
A"' CENTrOBnorae.CONTlNlENTAL;
Mamkatt&r. BaxTaiTV. a d lavrmttns In. Oo.1
Ksw Toaa; Wa. jure' and Orrv tat 8jjtm
Haw Tea L inland Oom.. Urmak Ura.vt" I . ..
orrieo, i hibji ih wtjt '0
b'Wtv.. f'ti 'itr- irro -.. ' , , ,,
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. InpsrloTOrlntal,-' '!' , -'
l-.i JlaKoetr,
a Kaoaerer. . - i
.;. Boa Ao, (extra) . , .
, " ., , ASMtlcao Shag,
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'.tin '.3 .n.'ii,
fTJaloal vi
ta paekarttr 'lo. BTrntnolry to cat m bamU tad half
-"eFBlABimBaUXr'
febll . , 9i. taraaa Building.
H
mmw ahu iuxi fi. . urMi , ,
j
'for
ot?
T -' tlfilWti:r.,,
j
GREAT SLAUGHTER!
IN
DRY GOODS
.:o.:U
KNAPP & CO. '8
NEW STORE.
Prom and after this dat we shall
REDUCE THE PRICE
OF OUR, WINTER GOODS
TWENTY WE PER CEOT,
id ORbia to Mki boom ot ooa
SPRING
a
r0isi
' Our asaortment is still good,1
and it is known to every '
, ! .. ' : -, one' that our , '
stoob:
.,;: c ;1! r : . ,.;.
CONSISTS OB
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL,
SO DO NOT FORGET THE '
CHEAP STORE OK . . '
KN AFP & OO
; NO. 119
.SOUTH HIGH STREET,
OOZaTTAXSXT0,
- , .. a
ft Ton of reattter and 00 Teat of
- if1'- -
Bags Wanted.
' ocSiwd-eAw '
' ' ' THE ,'
WEEKIY . OHIO STATES31M.
I . 411.; U i'; - i,l i - ... , ,. .1
v SATIBa A CXBCU1AH0H " . , n": ' ' ' .'
LARQER B7 "'iEmi 'TTOTJIAJnJS :
Tba any otlMt p4pr li OhS, tuUldt of OlXAcUmAii
Offers Facilities for Advertising
, , , .' Which CANNOT till to.Brlnit ';.')
Speedy nd BomwctoratiTf Btnn
' " To thoe"Vbo tak UvaHf ttiawu.-v ; I ..
THE AVHUUHy,..AgnmBMAlT.
Blsirtouted at It is tbrongb every PotOflo kaOtde, '
Reaches a Large Class of Headers
Whet eatronag I valoabl, and who seldom n th
Dally fedltlont of dry Jo reals; anl u only 1 ;
A Limited Kumow of AdTerttftjmenti
Are Inserted In it oolomna, appeprlaWy and '
HASWOMEI.V
. j h j . j run earner raa t :
it: t'.jt
!At txr Aot Attention
I ' ' :j' '! :
t.'
WHOLESALE DEALERS
Advtrttsmg la th'wj(KBXf BTATlSStAJr will na
' l :i; .rvaasli...,'.'.Vt
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Whtoh Is alBoat osrtala t follow aa itanilv lssmla
' ': : tloa of knowledf f Ihelr W.wbNs . u ! '
AMOSGf : COUT"bXALEBS L,'
11 '" ;- r - -ii n in 1 ' ." 1
' ATyBBTlBBstBSTt IHTBHDM f0 ' " '
Bhosldte hudedta hsfee frlday aoon, a t t.
S0METI11ING : NEW
s.
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?AMERICAN,MCHES,
GAVV Af NO. S3. BOTJTn IIiaiT ST..
. and ajnlnolr newwakeof
AMERICAN WATCHfeS,
mitrnfeeWred by I. tlOWA&D A CO ', Bestoa. Man.
thee Watohawar farsapstlor to anything tt offere
to tb Dabil. heretofore. Harlc the oluilre aw.nr.
I oan tell ihea at prloe t ult lie Ume. Banjul
reoelTedalarg stock of 1 ' l..,j
AMERICAN WATCHES,
mamfaatsrel by APPUW.H.THfCf kCO (alto, a
aastttBBtataf-tdvit ;pirf . freu.l.'-j'j i''9.
N0LIB1T AND BWISa (VATOBtSV
la'0k ac'A blm 0ts!,liril yrais."
(.Of:
; jMWl
-.1 Vbolal auad taU Jbeal1 atIE'
TOBAC(:OrTSOTFF;fcIGAES,
a eir.3 XO. MS yifftv tr)t u!
-'.."I.,'.,...,. , . ' ''.. ..I.
Keep ,. oittatttT on hanet allls w
,, . , ; nwa BtaAN n i . ou. f no
wav
W. r
'1 WI l 1' .f;.,o
rs.
. BENBT KtEULSB. ......
f Bats r Thaloat CerahiueiMas B
m N Jyprlerar
aaaTina.nSalr 04
rMitr aalooar Batt Btn
L'lakm ...aaAatlaa WU
.... rM.t...e fi. i.. . S.. a,.
'street, ever lb to Offiee, 4rbr aathrkeUo WIU
n lieaa ia an n aaneaa aaaewme n pmi
- . - I.ulma ni
Children's Hall Diwatw. UbeJlj (
ANCV tWEN' AND BILBI TANB-H
aea strltaur rttUMea Bv,. Vtnioo ana,
PWISTHETIMBTOBDY
ia
e
!
r,-l:
m
W4l Bdjt-MiJA
Cr ! C.iaiDfcJ.,H.-.00,lOT
lv away tvvwaawt mmm atja,o
AsawseoMiaioai t tl 11 i m. ! V? "J .'
3 " an
- 50 1-8 .2'
11 n ErviT Ar !(,
wrtfa -
traordlnary cans by By
PECX01UL BtlttJP.1
They ar at horn, and an. K, '..u. 1..
tube of tbeyartos who have bna ar by ts - 1
bb. Ksresa is prkpabed at A'sf Wtri To
TH08B WBO MBBD BIB MAVMOiiiBi. ' f .
ATTXNB TO TOTJB COLDS mm-'oT Bv nvr1
tanning eared b DA. ABKaaBBIoXOU BIAC?.
Pimstllast Jao. ll'lfil.
Da. Kra : Mr wife has been afBlaai mtA w.j
eengh and dUBoulty of breathing, for Bv or tlx year,
which , for several yar back, bad gradaally Butmiil la
vlolenoe. Ihe ooBplalnt hu been heradiiary, and b
had been trejted by sereral pbyilHau wIOhiM toy e
"ft- !" M f kr eae. I preearad w ifyvZ
Pwtoral Oonrh gjrop. I bought, th Brat Ua. a ttfty
ent bottl. which raliwtad bar tm mmrt t k..
od got a dollar bottx. whleh cured her a)riyl an -ah
has now no traoe of th former dlre, sept w.h.
nee. 1 woald also tiat that I aael lha oudlcla aar- -If
toaeoldande ngh. Th tjediotD cored bm by tak
log on do. - 1 express ay eollr aatl-fa Dee erltL the
MdlclM, and yoa ar at liberty to pabiltfa tha U nu
oWrelodeto. WM WILeor.
AWennanfUthWar.
1 . Ptntaoaea. Ker. 18. iBSB.
nxnai J AUhoogn not so advocate or Paieot
Da,
Haoldi.., in aneral. it afforda ma bWui b,Am&.
hi 10 rcouBMl your pMsu.al trap. a a sawkin
It Is well worthy th atiesUoa of any penoo ho awy la
any Banner bafl ud with onyha, oolde n4 hrrereeaaee
of an, hind, and for th p-cuitar eualiBosiUon for r
aovtng all that dlngreeabi seosatioa ffn-llnt a ee
Ttreeold. . '
.. t har been, store r lest, la ay tlCe, affee' with tb
Mvcrest of cold and hiarersee.. at Um mp ahnat
would htooau oo el. tad aa to prevent my tiulu -
a wblprr. and by taking a few ease of the abate 8,rnp
.. nvun. .vmv.v warn wuw,
In rommndltt thi aUd'otn. I ssi nnAaaliaitoei.
say that It I th bt remedy I vr found, purporting te
iivr uj Huuij no wttootts uua
roned tordlecaeee eo pealt. . ff .
. foar.rpctfulty,'""
SOWAKDJ. JOIeBH.
Caahler Oliixen' Dtpolt Bank,
''faBeaswvtteB.O,
I hav awed Dr. Kyr' 0"gb it rep for a bad eongh
of several years standing, and can ebrfuily tayitl,
lbs best medicine for th aw that I fevwvr Lie.
J- W. fBdOt.
VOL PRATT AND DB. KBTBE&'I PI0TORA1
ITHLP Da. Krrna Brr Bin Bxcu th delay of -m,
acknowledging theexeeUeoo of ywar Vteunl Ooun
tyrapaooatr. I take grwat pMaear la saying that Ills
all yoa say ltl. It fatocbaj IA4 noif nu oJ my ooeinl
and the worst on I waaever astclul its; I hare ho t
ui more than one-half of tb bottle, and I can and do
with that all who are afflicted woald give It a fate- a trial
aalhavcdeM.eadth, will bt proud to 7,"It bu
quack madieia 1 would not suffer another saok an
atiack for any oooildera wo, or Many ew am eoav
Boat I eaa breath axr freely than lv r did (abalt
alway ackaoMdg a debt of g.aUiod. far IhvonUBat
ooeli.nt a .amedj. Toa are at liberty atawmtaM
ia this regard. at yoa tbh,k proper -BUB. rhtTT,
1 VI. I am ao iiruntr to my ranoNclUMBt,aB
who tntartaU deubu can eonmlt ae prMaiiy.
' a-.f..
AnMI Oi 1J
auviuiiiuiu,wi, Aetata.' I bar a daaxh
tr wno ha tain antral lnieavwi for a bad cwaA.
withoat beortt nont tbes Ayr' Cherry rclonii--I
uarahased fron, yoa a bottl of yvar PKOTO..AL
STBUP, and effore ah. had W half ntue one m
relfcMwd, lh tMo bowl tared bar etUrely ut bar
twagh. v lOBN DtftUf,
Boblneoa strett, Ailegheay.
n f- ." a. ............. ..... u.
. .i.m JLii '''-oa . U, 185.
A QKBiTCtTBI ay Da. XaViia.'a I.nm.ir.
StMDr. 1 Uv la Pbk wwaahl algheny cetuMyi
. m.m,.iB wm.piuuig, . dku coeunieaued ajowi
th 4th of ( ebruary but, and oeniino eMcr. tuba, t
Muloytd Uw bnt phyatckuu In ban M.M, ,
oogh eontlaatd- anabaud. entil aarly fa October,. At
uiai mm 1 ni aanaoa m uy yoar rsuiOaAL COUuB
SI tttP, wbiob Id, and after I hid taken oa. kvttu (
waeraUrtly frw(neihowihlnaDa-.Dittin. ilj
ylrad of rr tls wU, and I hlna Itaaoanl be
aaown ua tni vaioaoi remedy will do for br what
itbadolnyaM. : ;1 v JQuX 0. UTTU,
Wltnea-. Jl.ABLa. leble townhiir.
" ' - L- 1'- - ' w ..-u
' PirrowTa.. Anrfita. uav
A VONDIBFTJJ, CUBS dome tlm agoaa .Id
neighbor of Bin wa vary 111 with a bad aoueh which
erery eaw ewppoead to be ouampmBu Bis relaUra
told at that a. had every nawdy they beard f
withoat beoeflt: hie brother can to awkoi .11
www nBnad In th belwf tbat he aoald not 11. I
had about th third of a bottl of yoar Facte ral t,ru,
whiob I gav hia. and it atlrely eurad hia, to th aetoa
lahannt of all. What auiea th a more remarkabU,
th extrM ag of the men.he being about elehty yours
old. I bavt a doubt the Pectoral sarwd bat Mi.
DB. KBTBIB'B PIOTOBAI. BTBUp'tH tiiVn-
TltLB. Pima sd mm another iuddI oT m,
able 'Peotoial ByrBp." aiaoet vrybody e round e
hat tne 001a ana ar ntoamng lor "Dr. Key reemiii
Syrup. " W hTeflldeizteea oait lawtweb,a4ar
now entlmry eU Mr. A. Altar and a. I. Ualwr, both
olBlalreTl.le, Pa , 111 at they would not bt wlthowt a
ia their famUle. In faet, all who a II one mat it
again. , Your, reeptfully, -..- . u -
January X, I860. , ' i- 0 ' '
AirOTBBB RBW CBKTiriOATa-.DK. KaVawa
PBOTOKAL SYKUP1 had bate troubled wltbeooogk
and old lor vrl wweke ' eo bad wartt that 1 maU not
eleepv 1 bad tbaadrtae and praMrlptloB. rraea lhrf
uNMCbpaymcuwew lowcity. wnom l oouiu nave, Oat o.
not d so. I finally prooorad-a betrle pewaMtmi
tyropwajon ear ttewurely. . eiymd. E
" mUbMttryiaabargb, Pn ,41 , i960.
i ;:t 1 . ..-, i. , , r,,- ..
STOP THATt:OtIOnrtQ.-'How nan f da Itf "A.
to Kcyter'soa Wood street tadgtta botttoef bleOeUah
Peoto.ai, and If BoWt ,. yoar aamtmnatS '
dcepwrato lndd." lhn aaipecUneaof tb enUoaay
on heart aim net every day h toltv caublaf . martodi ef
tb year. And we can, fro, aoiaal expo rimes t, efaear
fally eonoar la th adrleer adaonlboa a ahvve, tor we
have trtod the -Peatoml,' la aawttt ttabbora waaa. wlifc
enureeUGCut. Hear two wk ego w warn to Pltitbeuma.
with oa of th awet dletraoolag, eomrary snaaa, a
subdaabto oonrh reeTereaTrmnd stao ar advvat
apoa able aaoaan epbere. W eoaan4 ,tadtly tad
Uboriooely for en wkoto wwtk, In bopM of UrOay df
batUwaanoir. rIa faet K atraead tatber to hare ha
prored bj praotla. and to karwaoealred tuworth paw
and leartssavaltfr by tan eperatloa. U tkleamg'
theettg., w oajbd our way to Kvr a, 40 Wood St,
procured a fifty oent bottl of th -rwotol;4ok a
aooordiag to ttiwollwa, aad fa tony-wight boars ar ware
of th field. thoeaty havine aro'ndltlBalnr
ur rendered, after a brtof bat anaqaal eaafiM with at
Bomldeble- an advwreary rer-e ramoa -Oaaga
Peotoral.''--i'rnti CUpptr, 90. 14, US.
wama i. WliWWJAtt
DPKBTm'i' PBOTOBab BTBVP Is preparW Ml
told by Dr OI0M h. AkYaXtt. lau Xtuud atoaa.
Plttrtar,h,P. "u - -. . '
lLT MJB MieatmiBBI aOBXBTB B BAJfUU.
T' OOTIIACltC tsBtEkif. f J"
. ' ' - i-'O .U)aiii iw
r- ,-;rc; : B..W0.f KTSBa,
10 Weed eti Pltloturgh, fw.
BoUta OolaanlaultyBOBBJITAm BAMTJ1X.
.Wtawdtua., . .
i p -ri JLlliiU ' a. Um lli vf j
t la ;J .9n . ( ),: K ... r-.-,
DISlMBUlTrjOJliLS!
'1 ii"t t.v lj .! armsir-
4i.tr vfv.y.' a Wffl Bttsa 'lh' l : "- .
xifimmMPtmtkt
xciw Uc .of v;! r,:0t . V" " '
oi.'ur'-j:i -. ') ... "" " ' "'"" " !
alledtrtkiftat &tC::.' f Xtt XcUm-iS wtU
pretjtjtly

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