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VOL. VII. NO; 233;
COLUMBUS. OHIO. THURSDAY EVENING. MARCH 7.
SIX DOLim m TSiS
DAILY. TIWEKLY AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
publish: bi ahd fbopbiitobs.
CT Office Dm, 80, 88 tad 40, Hortb. High It-
TElUaB INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE, i
Daily . . ' I . S6 00 per year.
" 3y the Carrier, per WMk, V6 cents.
rrl-WcjVlv - ' - S 00 prrur.
Weekly. ... .. i J 00 "
t-ri ut Advertielnr ay the SoisHtro.
ne (quart I yeai ... (30 00
On tqaira S week. 4 00
On " iwteU.. 3 00
On " Iweek... 1 73
On " S dny . . . 1 00
On " ' Bday ... 73
On i " .. llmwrttoa Ml
it uior.th 18 00
0 month! 15 00
3 month! 10 00
!! month! 8 00
1 month., i 00
D!!lyed advertlMroenta hlf Bon than th above
AdveTtljementi leaded And placed In the column of
PowiHl Notice," aouou ti4 ordinary ram.
U notion required to be pabllined by aw, legtl rate.
it ordered on Uieinuaeexoiuiiveiy iur iHnmwMi
iwr cent, more thkn Uieboe rite; bo t I1 aoh wll
iDiiusr In th Trl-Wekly without eb.ro.
Bulne Crd, not exceeding Art line, perfMf, la
4t de, '4 Mi per line; onuid
Notice or meeting, chart table MteUet.llr etmpulM
ten., half nrlcfl. '
All tranlv4 athurtUemtnt mutt bt paid or in
stranct fie rule will not be Triedfrm. .
Weekly, name price u the Siily, where U 4Trtlit
uithe Wcfdtlvalnna. When 'h Dally and Weekly
are both need, then the charge iMrth Weekly will b
a ii the rate! oi uie Dally
No adrertiiement takes except for a definite period.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Hprinir 4fc Water St. :' '
O o lxxnatovuB . Olalo
W. B. POTTS & OO.,
And Mannfacturtr of Bras and Oompoittloa Oaitloga,
flniihtd Brasi Work of all Description!.
Electro Plating and Gilding ! !
STENCIL CUTTINC, &C.
febl MO-dly '
P. A. B. 6IMEUI3,
Attorney ect Xjaxtct
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
OIBee Aoiiwa Building, oppoilte Capitol Bqaare. -
Machine Manufacturing Company
HaND'AiTrouM or I ,
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
OMtlngi, Klll-OMrlng, Xaehlnary.
o iit DisciirnoN.
0HA8. AM BOB, Bap'l P. AMB08,',TreJ.
deoll, lbW-tf ' . -
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolis!
Through to lndian&oolia withoat Change of Cart
and but One Change of Cars between
Columbus and St. Louie.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS first"train. ;
(Bally, llondayitxotptad.) '"
NIOHT KXPKK88. via Uyton, at B:4S a. m..iUp
plng at London, Xaota, Dayton, lllddletowa and Hamil
ton. arrivli.K at Cincinnati at 8: 50 a. m.;DayUa ato A5
a. m., Indlaoopoli! at 10:48 a-m.;tft. Lonliat 11:40
annAUunnitTAV l Ain m..irin(nr at fill Krm
tloni between Oolnmbn and Cincinnati and Dayton, an
rlring at Cincinnati 11:U1 a. m., Dayton at 9.15 a. m.,
Indlaoopoli af J;SM p. m.
. THIRD TRAIN.
DAT KXPBEBB.at 80 p. m., itopplng at Alton,
Jeffenon, London, Charleston, Cedanrille, Xenia,
Pprlng Valley, Corwln. Morrow, Derfleld, loeter'a.
Loreland, Ulllfor and Plalnrille, arrlrlng at Cincin
nati at 7:20 p. m.l St. LouU at IS m; Dsytoa at 5 JS p.
m. ; Iodiaoopolli at 10:38 p.m.
flleeplnc Oar on all Nlfftit Trains to
Cincinnati and Indianapell.
BAOOAOE CHECKED TliROVGII.
lor farther Information and Through Ticket apply to
U. L. DUHKKTf,
Ticket A lent, Cnlon Depot. Oolumbna, Ohio,
JB. W. WOODWARD,
' ' '' ' Superintendent, Cincinnati.
. .-- JNO. W. DOUBKTS ,
jnU t , Agwit, Ooluinhna,
Both artlole a m OttW Cor your HC8B AND
Bach a yon weed for yoorWIIi. " '
Buch at your BlSTIft will praiu yoa tot. : 4
Booh aiyonr Bit OTHER oamt.
Buch ai yon vant lot " TBI ONI YOU LOT! BEST.'
Bach a wlU b gcod for th " BLI88XD BADI."
May b foand Ih Tarlety, to my sew itock of
WATGUES, " CHAINS, JEWELBT)
And general aeaortment of . . : v.
Fancy and Uiefol Artlolee, '
WM. BLYNlf, '
' No 10 Bnckeyo Sleeke r
December. 1600. .
nF, CH GREEN and BLACK
TEAS lOO ban Prim Bio Cone. , i .
1 AO pockt old Dutch QoTemment Jar Coffee. .
7ftbaueyionuone. , .
OObMi. aundard Whit Bugari, oomletlng of Pow
drd, Ohraahed, Orannlated A and B Coffa.
SO qnlntala George Bank Oodftih. . ' i '
gO bbli. Wet and No. 1 Uackeral.
5 tea. Plok lahnon. . '
lOO bx. Layer JUiain. 1 r- ,., 1 '( ,4
SOU. box do .. 4 . , ,,t,,, . ,. , j
lOOqr.box do ' d '
' 10OM Cigar, different brand! and gndn. " '
bot WM. MoDONALD.
11 C. LILLEY
And Blank-Book lanuianturer,1 " ;
K0BTH BOOH ITBBH, GOLViavi, OHIO
. narll-dli x f.i-- .a ' 1 a','
- PAiriiiiir-ri.oiJM -
BITK WHEATi' BRANDED !
tela'AneMr.' a tt V'' ' J-f
j run VAru.bt aims, p)riuau.iu, v. u. v..kv.u. v.,
Vloar bronght to etrr market. Bailrfaetlon gnaraBtd
iu.bMi.il., . war. IfnnMai.Ti'a. ."l
0tx7 ,' ' i . , , 108 Bon th High ttrxt,
my wejiytinsBT, mKitmuw,
CHISTZES, IIHESS) MILKS, and all
ndl or nanienaom ., j . ,
XXrtr.-. HL.-- flJI' l I'll..--'
ww an aowwinogai wry iwriei. - a
.! I- i.i .isin t I'lTEB BAIN, . ,f.i
nui. .ii i . , , g8IouUiilhitrt.
i. STONE'SJBAZ AAR. .
N"o.v 4 , Xyrytmo Block.
A. P. ISTONE & (yiTARRA
ABE NOW KECEI VINO THEIR WIN.
TKR O00D8, and inTltethe public to Inapect
tnea. - No inch itock of Qoodi ha erer been brought to
this market. Th 8outhr In eooeeqoenoe o( th failure
of the gralnrop, ha not been able to pnrohaee the
aal quantity of rlohgooda, and lull fact haa forced th
Importar to tell them at publlo auction. Onr buyer
(nr. stone; neing in new lorx at tnee large aaiei, took
adraotag of them, and w oan and will Mil onr good!
here, 1 1 leaf than any on who purahaaed two week! alnoe,
paid for them In New York. Onr itock I oomplet In
every ewparunem oi
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
" DYED COBUGSj
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
SHAWLS AMD CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day,
At one half tbo Coat f Impoitatlon.
In all Varieties of the Celebrated
iriannfntnre of C. O. Gun
there tc Sen.
' HOSIERY DTPARTMENT,
tea', Ladle and Children'! Under Shirt and Drawer;
Ladtea, Mine and Children' Hosiery of all klndi, In
Wool and Lamb'i Wool; Fleecy Lined and Cotton Olovei
of rrery make.
A oemplete aawrtment of all the oanal rarie
, DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladiei andQent'i linen Cambrio Hand
i kerchieli, do., fcc.
To Deraoni who call on na. w nledm our word. In
ho them th largeet, beat and ehoapeat itock of Qoodi
erer aeeo In thl market, or pay them one dollar per
boor while looking.
oecl-dljutawltw. . 8TO.N; 4k O'UAK&A.
Nos, 36, 38 & 40, North High St.
IfflUtT. EHEAFIESS. DISPATCH
HAVING MOVED INTO MY
BOOK i JOB DEPARTMENT!
WHILE BOTH HAVE BEEN
New Types, Borders, OrnamcHts, Sic
IBOlf TUB 01LIBRATED IOUNDK? Of
C. T. WHITE & CO., NEW YORK,
THUS MAKIN0 IT TBI
Host Complete Establishment
IN THE CITY.
Z am now prepared to Execute ail Orders for
BOOK AND JOB
And In the Xoet Approved Style of the Art
PAKTICTTLAB ATTINTION PAIS TO
MERCANTILE AND RAILROAD
Bille of Ladlna;, Clrcnlare, "i
iii iinaa, iiianaa, lyeede,
, Certificates, Hecelpta,
Draw Ticket, Heyletere,
HOW CARDS & BILLS IN COLORS,
CHICKS, KOTES, .
CABSS, XKVXL0PB8, '
. EEADEKaS, C0STBACTS,
IlluBtrated Show Bills,
FOB COUNTRY MERCHANTS, V
Ihow BlllJ, Hand Bllli, labels, Concert Pro-
fnunmee, Bcheol and College Schemes, Ho
tel Bills of lare, InTitationi, c
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION
School and College Catalogues, ;
j I Constitutions, Beports, Briefs, ac
Printing In Gold , and Colors
J3 T 3G3 n
FrlnUd In Xtitt Color oa a. ''
The tnl fress of th kind In Central Ohio.
My KdUttei far doing any and all of th ahor deasrip
Uoni of work, an now nniui; aated, and aatlifactloa will
M raaranew in au
ITT'AU work furaiahed promptly try th tha promleed.
- 1UU11ABU HaVLMB.
riOLDKN Hil l. ttniHTS,
M S , Q0LDKN BILL BHI&T8, r
OOLDBN BILL SHIRTS. '
ThpitTn of theee hlrt are new. Th Bodies, Yoke,
liecTia and botom an formed M Dt tb peraon with taa
and eonfort. The mark apon each one deaifnatlng the
ai may b relied on a beta g correct, and each ahlrt li
gaannteed well mad. A roll Itook of ill qnalltlei
jonitaatly for aal at
No. 89 Booth High (tree).
i Watches and Jewelrv.
AFINxl AISSRTlrlENT OF WATCH
M. Oiook, Jewelry, gUnrware, eke., kept ooaitant
w oa band at, u
, . rr !! a. KIBKPATRiOK'S, '
i wJ 2! IB, Booth nigh BtreeS Oolombu, O.
JlT"kii4Jmlij repaired. ,-.,..
FANCY lHi.s aiiLIAS. . . .: i
;,..IA0X DRKSB BILKB,,
V fANOY Drkhm krrw 1
.ly."0?,fl!H,,'.rtom,, tot,lt ot ?ny'Drii
Bilk at price lee than erer before Mf.4 i ki.
iRaatteaUoa of the atdwa ef thl city and Ttotnlbr m
svmvB4 mm hi ivwi m wwtw mmWVm n(i roinplt Ua All
mwmAmm t sp.uula In thin Una . I)i TtMi C . . T
wejee "- easg r. r UAAJf .
n Mill nil ii u
5 . f
H7I INVITH ATTENTION to aom of th
t raordlnary cure by my
They ire at home, and anr on who ha doubt can In
quire of the penon woo haye been cured by It ,.
DR. KKYBER IB PRBPABBD AT ANT TIMB To
GXAMINB LUNGS WITHOUT CHAROK, FOB ALL
xnuBa wuu anno ma uicviutiss.
ATTEND TO TOUR COLDS A can of Are year'
tandlngouredbyDB. KEYrJBK'S PE0T0UAL BYKCP.
. PirraauaoB, Jan. 11, 1BC0.
Da. Ktraa : My wire ha been afflicted with a bad
eougn ana aiincuity oi breauiing, ror nr or ilx yeara,
which , for lereral yeara back, had gradually Increased In
Tlolene. The complaint ha been hereditary, and ihe
had been treated by teveral physician without any re
lief. In thl etata of her eaee, I procured aom of yonr
Pectoral Cough Syrup. I bousht, the flrit time, a BRt
cent bottle, which rellered her very much ; 1 then called
and got a dollar bottle, which cured her entirely, and
he ha now no traoe of the former dleeaae, except weak
neea. I would alio lat that I uaed lb medicine my
elf to a cold and eough.' The medicine cured me by tak
ing one doie I exprem my entire eallsfarUon with the
medicine, and you are at liberty to publUh thl if yon
deilre Co do o. WM. WILBON,
Alderman fifth Ward.
PirrncaoR, Not. 18, 1P58.
Da. Kmai-Although sot an adroeat of Patent
Medicine, in teneral. It afford m nleaaar Indaaeriba
ble to recommend your Pectoral Byrup. Ai a medicine
It I well worthy the attention of any perun who may in
any manner be afflicted with oonghi, cold, and hoaneneai
of any hind, and for th peculiar qualification for re
moving all that diaagreeabl Mutation attending a aa-
I bare been, more or lea. In my life, affected with the
eyereit of old and hoaraenea. At tlate my throat
would become to cloeed ai to prevent my ineaklna- abort
a wnisner, ana oy taxing a raw aoae oi uie abor Byrup
Kwouiu reueTv me eniireiT.
in recommending tnia medicine. I mun unhealtannale
ay that it I the beet remedy I ever found, purporting to
eun the above, nor ahould any family be without thl
remeny roruiaeaaei o prevalent. ;
xonra, moat rerpectruily,
1DWABD J . JONE8,
i 8txcentilli.O.. March M.IRSO
I have ued Dr. Keyeer! Oouah Byron for a bad couth
of aeveral yeara itandiog, and can cheerfully aay It if
the beat medicine ror the earn that I hare erer t.ken. ,
C0L. PRATT AND DR. KITBER'B PKOTORAL
BY HDP.-Da. Knua Dear Sir: Kmum tb dehor of
my acknowledging; the excellence of jour Pectoral Ooush
cyrupaooner. x wn greai piemanre in laying mat 11 1
all you lay it I. Jlknodcedth noitt out of my oouyK
and the wont one Iwaetver affltoted wlthj I have not
ul more than one-half of th bottle, and I can and do
wlen that all who are ainicted would give It a fair a trial
a I have done, and they will be proud to aay, "It I no
quae meaicine." 1 wouia not luaor another auehan
attack for any conalderatlon, or at any ooit. I am con
fident I can breathe more freely than lev, did. I ahall
alwaya acknowledge a debt of gratitude for inventing ao
excellent a remeuy. i ou are at uoerty to uae my name
in llil regard, aa yoa think proper B. F. PRaxT,
aieaaenger uoamoa Council, ritteburgb, Pa.
N. B I am no atranger to my fe'ilow-clUiena. and '
who entertain double can eomult me peraonally.
I rirreanaoH, April 94, 1857. '
BEAD THE TB.CTH. Da. Knaaa: I have a daugh
ter who bae taken aeveral medlcinei for a bad eounh.
without benefit among them Ayer'i Cherry Pectoral.
i pnrcaaeea irom you a do ue or yoar rcoTOHAL
BYKUP, and before ah had naed half a bottle ah wa
relieved. The tecond bottle cured her entlrelv or her
cough. JOHN DAKIN,
aobinaoa itreet, Allegheny.
' Prrmtiaaw, Drcemher, 31, 13SS.
A GREAT CURE BY DH, KBYBEB'S rBOTOBAL
BY UUP. I live in Feeble townihlp, Allegheny county.
i naa a oouining ana pining, wnicn eommenoed eoout
the 4th of Vebruary aut, and continued eight month. I
employed th beat phytic lane In the country, and tu
cough continued unabated until early in October. At
that time J wa adviaea to try your f JfiUTOBAL COCOU
8YBUP, which I did, and alter I had taken one bottle I
wa entirely free from th soughing and iDlttin. I had
deapairedof ever getting well, and Iihink It ahould be
known that tnia valuable remedy win do ror other what
It haa done in my case. JOHN O. LITTLE,
Witne B. 11. Kerr. Peeble townbtp.
' ParroaTr., April 14, 1857.
A WONDERfUL CURB. Some time ago, an old
neighbor of mln wa very 111, with a had eouah which
every one luppoied to be ooniumptlon. Hi relative
tola m mat ne naa taien every remedy they beard of
without benefit; hi brother cam to tee him die, and all
were confirmed In the belief that he could aot live. I
had about th third of a bottle ol your Pectoral Byrup,
which I gave him, and It entirely cured him, to the aiton-
lanment oi in. wnat ma in can mora remarkable.
U th extreme are of th man, be being aboutciehty year
old. I have no doubt the Pectoral eared hi life.
DR. KEYSER'S PECTORAL SYRUP IN ELAIRB.
TILLS. Plean tend m another lupply of your valu
able '-Pectoral Byrup." Almoat everybody around n
haa the cold and are Inquiring for "Dr. Keynr'i Pectoral
Byrnp." W hay told ilxteen bottle lut week, and are
now entirely out. Mr. A. Alter and Mr. P. Maher, both
of Dlalravlil, Fa., tell ui they would not be without It
In their famllle. In fact, all who an It once want II
again. Your, retptctfully,
i. B. w ATTEKSON It BONS
January 30, 1864.
ANOTD.BR NEW CERTIII0ATB DR. KEYSER'B
PECTORAL BYBUP. I had been troubled with a cough
and cold lor aeveral week o bad ni it that I could not
leep. 1 bad tb advice and prescription from three of
tbebeitphytleianaln the city .whom 1 eould nam, but do
not do n. I finally procured a bottle of your Pectoral
Byrap, which oured ma entirely. Blgned,
. 88 Liberty itroet, Pittiburgh, Pa , Jan. 9, 1800.
8T0P TH ATOOTJOHTNO." 'How eaintiia ftr "(In
to Keynr'aon Wood treet and get a bottle of hi Cough
PectoiaLand If that doa't ure you. your eanmnatba
dee pent Indeed." Thi lapeoimenof th colloquy
on hear almoat every day in cold catching period of
me year, ana we can, rrom actual experiment, cheer
fully concur In th ad rite r1 admonition a above, for w
have tried th "Pectoral." In a meat atubbora am with
entire uocea. Near two week ago w went to Pittsburgh,
WIIU OU. VI Hi. WV.. UUUIM1U,, UUUlIkTJ, UlUllta, Q,.
ubduabl cough we ever experienced alnoe our advent
upon tlit mundane iphere.i We coughed iteadlly and
laborloualy for on whole week, In hope of tiring U otU,
bat it wa no go. In fact It nemed rather to ban Im
proved by praotloo, and to have acquired itrength.poten
ey and dUUrttiMUty by th operation. In thl etag of
the liege, we oaxhd our way to Keynr'i, 148 Wood Bt.
procured a fifty cent bottl of th "Pectoral;'1 took it
according to direction, and In forty-ight hour we were
maatet of th field, th enemy having unconditionally
,ur rendered, after a brief but unequal conflict with to
formidable an adrertary ai JUyaer'a fimou "Cough
Pectoral . "DrovmiviU CHpprx Dt, 14, USB.
SR. KlIYBER'B PECTORAL BYRUP I nrenareil .nil
told by Dr. OK0RQH H. KKYBER. 140 Wood .t...
Hj- Bala in ColumbM by ROBERTS fc EAMTJILi
Prepared and aoldby '
Da. GEO. H. KEYBER,
1 Price, St eaqta. . (. ,
140 Wood it., PltWmrgh, Pa.
ID Boil In Coluabui hy ROBERTS SAMUEL.
Jab.m.mkbr., .,, wm!h.rbbtieauk.
IvVKEE & ESTIEAUX,
j.-.. I i. AND :j i : .
No. 84 Nerlk Hle;h street,
"' " 1 ' OOLTTafntTa mm
TtAVB ON HAND AT ArnOI KnATE
J. ass ksiwi, iw.oi Diarit1 UMUUflHlBo.
PL0CB, BALI, TEA, OOHEH, BCOAR, TOBACCO,
BEdARB, Eto , Ktc. Our Stock ha bean porobaaad la
sutern uitie during u ranio, .
"j:7 f.,w.a)Sj r' ilil.'i."(
and air main endeavor will be U afltr Udaaita t
I CASaiOXXJtf "bjch snoot iXMled hy any Hon at
Slji 01)10 SttoWAtT
" Tri weekly, pr rear.'
weekly, par yat
The Family Meeting.
i W are all hare;
Father, another, , ,
. Bliter, brother,, ,.
All who Sold each other dear""'
Each ohalr Ii filled) we'er all at Urn I
To-night let no oold atranMr com.
It I not often thu around
Our old familiar hearth we're found.
Die, then, th meeting and the ipot; ,
For oooe be every care-forget; -
Let gentle peace ataert ber power,
And kind affection rul th hour,
W're all-all her. ,
W're not all aerel ' . , :
Borne are away the dead one dear, j
Who thronged wllh.o thlaanciant hiarth, .
' And gave the honr to gullelen mirth. " '
Pate. With a tra, relentlet hand, ' ' .
Looked in and thinned oar little baadi ,iX
Boar like a alght-fiaib pancd away.
And lomennk lingering day by day;
The quiet graveyard come lie there
And oruel ocean ha hi tharf '
We're not all here.
We art all here!
Xren they the dead though dead, to dear
Pond memory, to her duty true,.
Bringe back their faded form to view.
. How life-like, through th mitt of yein,
aoh well remembered fao appear!
Ws ace them, aa in time long paat;
Prom each to each kind look are cut;
W hear their worda, their imile behold;
They're round ui a they were of old.
W or all her.
W an all hen;
father, mother, .
You that I lor, with love ao dear.
Thl may not long of ua be laid;
Boon muat w Join the gathered dead;
And by th hearth we now alt round,
Bom other circle will be found.
Oh! then, that wladom may we know,
Which yield a life of peae below;
Bo, In th world to follow thi.
May each repeat in woidi of blln,
Wi'r all-all hare.
[Translated from Le Pays, of Paris, Feb. 13, for the
New York Herald.]
The Policy of Western Powers Towards the
Will tbe revelation of the dangers which
would accrue to Europe from a break up on the
other elde of tbe ocean be powerful enough to
modify Ihe too hastily and generally expressed
impreaelon in favor of the Northern Sta test-
Without much boDlDZ It. we simDlv dealra it:
for tbe public opinion of Europe could, by pro
nouncing itself in time, arrest a catastrophe
woicn mas i seriously compromise its commer
cial interests. . ' ' , -
It is scarcely a year since the Emperor, with
tbe boldness which springs from profound con
viction, Inaugurated a new commercial policy,
by adopting an economical system, destined to
Kire agriculture and trade an impulse wbioh
would place France in tbe front rack amone
commercial nations and develope her maritime
relations in all quarters of the world. Prohi
bition has ceased, and the commercial treaty of
T Art . onl .... -
January xj, iouu, opens a way calculated tore-
eaiaDiisn toe natural oraer or tnings and con
duo t France, gradually but infallibly, to a re
form the most complete, and above all, the most
radical. .verytbing conduces to lead ns thitb
er. Her nature, her conformation and her fea
tures show us the principle of commercial lib
erty written in indelible characters.
Those Ideas naturally lead us to examine
whether European' predilections and Interfile
are not on the wrong track in abandoning them
selves unreservedly to the doctrines of tbe North
' The Northern section Cannot cbaoee Its com
meroial instincts; tbey are a consequence of Its
vary nature. It will be after, as well as before
tne dissolution or tbe Union, in the futnra aa it
nas oeen In tbe past, a country adapted exclu
sively to the raising of grain, with a commer
cial and manufacturing population, who strag
gle obstinately to obtain for their merchant ma
rine tbe entire ot tbe traffic and transportation
between Europe and the Southern States her
policy would lead her even to throw her manu
factured productions on the Sonthern markets,
into which she endeavors bv everv means to nre-
vent the productions of European manufactures
from entering. In other words, the North does
now, and will henceforth more and more, com
pete with European industry, for already in de
fault of the monopoly of manufactured nrodnnta
towards which she is tendine, she becomes of
necessity an interntediary between European
manufacture and the Sonthern consumers.
In 1856 and '57, years of dearth in Europe,
tbe Northern States were able to snnnlv onr
markets with grain for two tears at relatival
i . . . , , - . .
iw pricm, m piieoi toe increase in ireigbt.
ii, iseu, uie Development oi tneir trade and ag
riculture, supported by the sympathies of Eu
rope, continued to progress, their prosperity
would be a very serious danger to ns, for sooner
or later it would lead to the invasion of onr own
markets. ' ...-...
The Sontb, on the contrary, produces two
great staples which are, to Europe, objects of
mo Higucii necessity coiion ana tcoacco. she
Is a producer oi necessaries and a consumer of
manufactured productions. . Has it aver been
seriously contemplated the commotion which
tue-iaiiure or a single cotton cron which
supports so many branches of trade, and, di
rectly or Indirectly .affords employment to nwore
than ten millions ,of hands would prodooeT
Have we, at tbe same time, thought of ihe dis
tnrbance which wonld be created In the habit
of the working classes by the suppression of
that other article which la to them so great a
source of comfortt . ' "
In retard to tobacco, without menttonlnc 'th
deficit in the State beget which would result
from its annihilation, could our populations so
waeuv ioTegt a proauc. wnicn, more, perhaps,
than, sugar, coffee and cotton, constitutes for
them an imperious necessity; There is no need
to disguise it, the deprivation of those two
staples would assume amongst ns the character
of a publio calamity. And yet, such would be
tne ineviteoie and epeedy result of tbe separa
tion of the United States, nnlees that event
should take plaoe peaceably, and not under tbe
menace and blows ol Northern aggression, ap
proved, with too muoh levity, by writers who
do not appear to' understand that a servile
would be the inevitable consequence of a feder
al war. .--::-.
Neither mast It be forgotten that It Is thoee
two staples wnion pay, almost entirely, for
French manufaotoree ' sent to America, and
whiebjamount la value to more than 300,000,000
trance. v.... i a u ,.!. ; . j:
But let os continue." The Booth, far frodi
having, like Ihe North, rival Interests with
Europe, has, on the eontrarv. the aam o ath.
er co-relative Interests. ConSned, in short,
to the extensive ' cultivation of those articles
which Europe cannot do without, the South has
been compelled, np to the present, in spite of
constant protests, to pay eh enormous tribute to
the North, in the shape of Custom House du
ties, lor no other reason than to protect North
ern manufacturing interests without any id
vantage to nerseit at least, unlets wo choose
to consider it sn advantage for tbe Sooth to aid
aeainst her will a government which does not
fear to proclaim openly it sentiments of hostil
ity and aversion. Mr. Llnooln has 'declared
that the time for compromise has passed. "The
South, On her side, bas suffered too much to
hesitate longer, i She bae decided to withdraw,
ana several oi - ipoee mates are about form
Ing a new cot federation. 'If the North de
clare war against her, she will defend herself,
and will be most certain! v drawn Into an
soyas, tne eueci o wnion win do cruelly felt
In Europe: for then 'four 'million bales
of cotton will be wanting every year to trade,
and the tobacco crop will bo annihilated. ' If, on
the other hand, returning to sentiments wor
thler a treat nation, tbo North Demits the new
oonfederallon to be mistress it the plentltude of
ner rignts, tnea tne picture onanges at once
Commercial liberty becomes the fundamental
law of tbe Southern repf Alio; her- porta will be
frso to the oommeroe of Europe, whoee mtr-
j ;i ; w. '3 eKi-.; 1., !
chant marine will be quite naturally substituted
tor that or tbe North. Europe win oouoie ner
exports, and tbo 8outh, the population ot which
exceeds twelve minions, win exonaoge ner pro'
auctions for objects of European, and particular.
ly French work manship. In faot, they have not
forgotten that r ranee wa tbeir motber country;
end, faithful to the traditions ot their lathers
the have preserved their manners andourtoms,
and are well aware that Frauoe alone oan fur
niih tboio thousand and one notions which orown
her Induitrv with renown.
It saffloee to call the attention of publicists
to these laots, in order that tbey may endeavor
to moderate, in Europe, the too ardent deiire
of ohaogingauddenly tbe position of one partic
ular class of the homin family, a nation cannot,
with reaeon, desire tbo realization of its philo
sophio . aspiration at ths cost of sacrifices, tbe
very nature of wbicb would at once compro
mise tbe individual wellbeiog of its citizens and
tbe commercial prosperity of the country.
Tbe press which represents European inter
ests will perhaps hesitate to lavish further its
boundiesseulogios and approval on a policy, tbe
practice of which would but hasten tbe ruin and
destruction of Southern marts, which are, after
all, its proper markets. '
Let ns not be deceived; tbe North exhibits to
much rashness and audaoity only from tbe be
lle! taught it by tbe European press, that toe
lubabitants of the South, too weak in numbers
to reaist its attacks, will not find on this side of
tbo Atlantio a single generous sentiment,
much less a moral support. Will philanthropy
so far blind European commerce as to make it
forgetful of Its own Interests t We do not think
s; and already England, profoundly mover',
awakes at length to tbe reality; she begins to
measure the whole extent ol tbedisatter which
menaces ber manufactures: she no looeer dis
guises the fact, in spite of her abolition tenden
cies, that her commeicial interests depend in a
great measure on tbe prosperity of tbe South,
which Surope has a deep interest in seeing pre
served, at least temporarily, her Institutions,
now ai ticked with so much vehemence.
The question Is a plain one; we have pre
viously said that tbe South, far from being tbe
aggreesor, aa it seems to be generally supposed,
was tbe victim of Northern pretensions. Those
recent words of (he Emperor also find an echo
In the bottom of our hearts: "France bas no
desire to meddle in any wsy where ber inter
ests are not at stake; in fine,' if she bas sym
pathies for what is great and noble, she does
not hesitate to condemn everything that vio
lates Justice and the rights ot nations." Public
opinion will sppreclate them on both sides of
tbe Atlantic, and rill find for tbe great inter
ests at stake in the American crisis, a solution
which may be satisfactory to all namely, an
amicable separation, without conflict and with
out war, Instead of a secession by violence, or
a Union maintaiaed by force. ,
[Correspondent of the London News.
The Inundation in Holland.
AMSTERDAM, Feb. 11, 1861.
Thank God tbe frightful desolation of our
inundated districts begins to abate, and the
waters are returning to their natural channels.
But what scenes of distress, agouy and penury
do thev leave behind them! Some villages are
entirely destroyed; not a vestige of a habitation
remains to show that tbey were the dwelling
place of man. Nearly 40,000 acres of cultiva
ted land have been submerged, and tbeir culti
vators been driven from their dwelllnrs to aeek
shelter in schools and churches, and to eat the
bread ot charity.
The number of oattlodrowoed or killed it is
impossible to state with accuracy, but It Is said
to amount to several thousand. This, however,
is a slight calamitv comnared with the loaa of
human lire, which, notwithstanding every effort
made by tbe authorities to render assistance,
haa swollen to a high figure. When tbe djke
oroae at ijeeuwen, me waters rusned through
with such fearful violence ai to carry all before
mem, nouses, Darns, ana trees tumbled down
at tbeir approach bow. then, could the lnhnr.
ere on tbe dyke and tbeir families reniat ih
crushing strength of the flood and tbe ice mas
ses t 1 ne descriptions sent me from the scene
of desolation are really shocking. . What tbe
poor oreatoree, whose homely dwellings but re
cently afforded them a oomfortable shelter, have
naa to encounter in the loria or cold, nakedness
and starvation. Is almost incredible
Truth, indeed, in thl oat is stranger, much
stranger than fiction. One family of eight bas
entirely disappeared oarried away by tbe flood,
aiter euunnng an tne norror wilb wbicb frost
ana nunger are always scoompaoied. Among
all the survivors there is mourning, lamenta
tion, snd woe; not only 00 account of desolate
homes,buton account of parents, children end
friends whom this fearful plague ot waters has
wrenched from tbeir embrace. Never, perhaps
bas the spirit of chsrity and love been so dif
fused amonft tbo people as it is now anion? the
Dutch, as they listen to the tales of sorrow of
tne bereaved and tbe desolate. In nostinted
messure tbey give their abundance through the
leugm auu oreaatu 01 toe laoa. me lung, at
tended by other members of the royal family.
bas just returned from a visit to tha Inundated
districts, where be won for himself tbe affec
tion of bis smitten subjects bv bis bountvand
sympathy. In a letter to the Minister of tbe
interior, be bas decreed that, on tbo 19th inst.,
(his birthday) a collection shall be made thro
the whole country, from door to door, for the
benefit of tbe survivors of this fearful visita
tion, and, in addition to tbe 80.000 ruildera ha
bas already civeo, bas beaded the national anb
soription with a contribution of 40,000 guilders.
no wouuer ins on ms return yesterday irom
bis mission of meroy be was hailed, wherever
he passed, with those acclamations which bnrst
tortn only irom a nation's love and admiration.
Destitution and Discontent in Mississippi.
The Brandon (Miss.) Republican nabliahe
the following proceedings of a nteetinr held
In Smith county, In that 8tate, for the purpose
of devising means to procure corn from tbe
Western States to supply ths destitute. It then
adds: ...... . 1
Sines the above proceedings were In tvna we
have met Major Hawkins, who Is now on bis
way to the Western States, to buy corn, as agent
for bis friends and neighbors. He showed ns
the list of those who had requested him to pur
chase for them, and also a list of those who
were In a destitute condition, and compelled to
ask the citizens or the Western States, through
blm, to give them corn to keep them and their
families from starving. The two Hate com
prised sna names, wanting from 80 to 600 bush
els, and amounting In alt to 94,736 bushels.
Most of those sending are rood, resmnalhle
men, but they cannot raise tbe money to car for
1 . 1 111- .1 1.. wr J.
it, WUU 11 la too intention 01 major Hawkins to
lay the tacts before those who have earn rr
sale, and try to tnduoe tbsm to sell corn on a
ceedit till next fall. When the eorn arrives an
agent will bo appointed at each deoot to mea
sure ont too oorn ana late tbo notes of thoee
woo get it, payable ont or the next crop. This
pian, u suoceesiui, win enable many men to
make a crop this year who could not do It other
wise, because they bavo nothing for themselves
or their teams to eat. The Moots of Maine
Hawkins' neighborhood owe him a lastlntr debt
of gratitude for his exertions in behalf of the
poor and needy. God never - breathed the
breath of life into a purer or more honeet man
tban Benjimln Hawkins.
','CoLoa of the Ern. That the color of the
eyes snouta aaeot. wo strength . may seem
strango, yet that such is the caao needt not at
this time of day to bo proved; and those whose
eves are orown or aarg-oolored ahould ba in
formed that thev are weaker-end mora aaaaeB-
ttble of injury from various causes than gray or
blue eyes. .. Light . blue eyes are generally most
powerful, and next to those are gray. Tbo
lighter the pupil, the greater and longer-oon-ttnned,
is the degree of tension tbo eye can sus
tain. " . ; .
".-Instead ofreUllatlng npon the man who
calls voa villain, a liar, or a thief, coolly in
form him that yon have not sufficient confidence
in ms Toraeiry to Doners mm. - ' '
j v. i. - ; i . , r, i li.; :o
OP TBI CONDITION OP TBI ,1 ;j ,
City Fire; Insurance ; Company,
p Of New Haven. r
' . ....
ON THE SHt'DAT OF DECEMBER,
1800, mad to tb audi tor of Ohio, pureuant to tb
siaini er mat stale, entitled "An act t regulat Ieu
raacs uompanis. not incorporated by is ntat or Ohio,1
pawed April, W68. ., , ; , .
, . NAME AND LOOALITIOJf. u , .
lit. Tbe name of tbe Company lath "City Fire Inu-
, ranee vompany- ana I located at new ilavcn Von'
nocttoat.,' ...... ,. , , ,,. ,,
Th amount of It Capital Block I.. 500 000
The amount of It Capital Block paid up U 900 000
1. Caih of th Company on band 1 10,903 97
u. vain in uie nana 01 ana auo
3. Real Bui unincumbered
4. The Bond and itoeka owned by
th Company a per vouch-
1.000 00 '
, 7)1 03 1,CM 03
' er accompanying how se
cured, and the rate of In
' terrat thereon, to wit:.... ,
Bond 1 (aa per rkhedale)....
' ' Par Value, $i0,500. Market Value, B
Btocki (aa per Schedule)
Par Value 214 ,500, Market Valj
S. Debt due the Company, aecur
ed by morgage, ou unincum
bered Real Kitau, .a per
vouobtr accompanying ..
7. Debt for premium
B. All other eecurltlo oonlUng
, of Intereat, Loanion calla,
Total ataeU of th Company.. .
' S87.70S 00
S 40,308 50
The amount of liabllltl; due
or not due, to Banal and oth-
er creditor! none
6th. Lowe edj uated and due, none. 1
7ih. Loueaadjiutedand not due
8th. Loan reilated by tb Co., 10,400 00
Oth. Loaae In luiptnn waiting
for arther proof , 5,300 CO
10th. All ether elalma againit
the Company . ... 300 00
Total llabllltle . 15,rj0C0
Ulh. Tbe greateat amount inured in any
one rlk uaually not to exceed $10 100 00
ISth. The greateat amount allowed by th
rale to be lnaured In any on city,
town or village, not limited
13th. Th greateat amount allowed to be
iruured In any ot block uually
not to exceed 1 10 COO 00
14th. The amount of Ita capital ar earning deposited
in any other Stale, a aecurlty for loan there
in, namlog them, with the amount In each, and
whether auch eonipany tranaact any butloeta
of Insurance injaald fBtate or Btatea, none.
15th. Th Charter, or act of locorpoiauon of nid Com
pany. Btts or OomitcTicrjT, I
County of New llaven.
Weill Bcuthworth, Pmldent, and Levi B. Bradley,
Secretary of tb City lira IoMiance Company,of New lla
ven. Connecticut, being aeverally aworn, deponandaay,
that the foregoing la a full, true and eorreot atatemeut
of the affair of th laid Company that th nld Insur
ance Company Ii Ihe bona fi'i owner of at leaat On
Hundred 1'bouaand Dollar of actual oath capital inves
ted in Stock and Bond, or In Mortgagee.on Real Batata,
worth double the amount for which th nam It mort
gaged; that the above detcribtd lnvettmentt. nor any
part thereof, are made for the benefit of any Individual
exereittpg autnonty in tne manageineat 01 eaia,t;ompany,
either a Preaident. Becietarv. Treaturer, Director, or
oiherwlie: that th mortgagea above oeecrlbed have not
been aaaignea, nor in any manner reieaaea or impaired oy
aid company; ana tnat tney are the above aetcnora c us
ee r of laid luinrance Company.
WKLLB SOUTH WORTH. Preetdent,
LEVI B. BRADLEY, Secretary.
Bubicrrhed and iworn before me, the Slat day of Jana
aary, IBbl, JOHN B. GRAVES,
l. J ' Juitlc of tb Peace.
' Orrica or ths Arsrroa nrRTATBj
Columbui.O., January 88, 16U1. J
I. RoUrt W. Tajler. Auditor of State, hereby cer
tify that lb forrgolug la a correct copy of the atatemeat
o condition of the City If ire inauranc vompany.
New llaven, Ccnneettcut, mad to Uili
year icoi, ana now en nie Herein. . - . .
WUneu my hand and aeal officllly.
It. . B. W. TAYLBR.
Auditor of State,
Certillcate of Antnority.
tTo expire on lb 31it day of Janu ary, 1808. J
Acditob or ETaTt'i Orric,
, Columboi, Ohio, January latil. .
Wiinui, The CITY FIRE ItTRfJRANCE COMPA
NY, locucf at New Haven, IntheSiateof Connecticut,
haa filed in thla office a aworn ataiement of it oondHkm,
at required by lb fint tcctloa of theect "Toregniate
lneurance Oompaniea not Incorporated by the Slat of
0hlo,"pied April 8, 11-56 ; and WBaa.a, aal companv
hat furaiahed th undenigoed eatiifactory evidence that it
I poatetaed of at leaat ou hundred thouiand dollara of
actual eaplial rnvealed in ilocaa, ar la bonda, or In mort'
gage of real Mtaie, worth double the amount for which
the tame 1 mortgaged; and, Waxaau, aald company ha
filed In thl ofiioe a written inatruraent under It corno-
ranva eeal. aigned by the Preaident and BecreUry there
of, authorltlng any agent or agent or aal J ompany in
thi state, to eokDowieogeeervieeoi pro dim, lor and in
behalf of aald company, coonnting that tuch aervice of
proon ihall he taken and held to be aa valid aa If served
upon thl company, according to the law of thl or aay
other Stale, and waiving all claim or right of error, by
reaeon of auch acknowledgment of eervic.
Now, therefore, In puraoanee of the fint lection of
the af jrtaald act, I, Robert W Tajler, Auditor of Stat
for tb Stat of Ohio, do herehy certify that (aid City
Fir Imurecce Company of New Haven, Connecticut, la
authorlxed to tranaact Ihe butlnca of Fire Inurancc
in thl Btate until the thirty-fitat day of January,
In th jeer on thouaand eight hundred and alxty
In Wltnen Whereof, I have hereunto tubtcribed my
nam and seated th eeal of my office to be
I .. ) affixed th day and yar above writun.
I , it. W. TAYLER,
Auditor of Bute;
J. II. .WHEELER, Agent,
. . COLUMBUS, OHIO.
No. 81, Nootti High Street. ' -
;; - i : Irish Linen Goods. .
Linen Shirt Bcaom Piaiu and Fancy
Bblrtlng and Botom Linen.
Linen bheeting and Pillow Oulsga.
Linen Cambric and Long Lawn.
I , Linen Pocket-hudkTi, all alias.
- Linen Towelling and Diaper.
Linen Napkin and D'Oyliea.
: Linen Table Cloth and Satin Damaak.
Linen Towela with colored border.
' Linen Btalr Covering and Craah. - .
, Poraale at low prion. ,
BAIN BON, '
I.biJ ... No. South Hiahttrccu
ladies' linen Pocket-Handk'fi.
kerchlefa, very wide kern.
Embroidered Linen Bandk'i all price,
llemmed Btilchedand plain do, do.
do do oolored berden.
Mourning do i t black border
do 4i newetylcrotltohd.
Pin Apple do - mwpaittn. ....
MitMt' Plain and Bammed Btltoned do all price. :
Comprielnc th moat aelect aaeortmenl In th ltv and
at loweat prioe. BAIN m BON,
ut MO. W South High Stree. ..
HENRY KtEHLEK, i
fUt of Phaloal BrtablUhneet, t. YO Pioprietore
in new lora raanionaoi enavuig. Hair uutting
Bhampoonlng, Curling aoA Drcaaing Salooa, Beat Btate
street, over th Po4 Offloa, where atlafactioa mU
be glvca In all the vartou branch. Ladies and
Chlldren'i Hair Drawing don la th beet Styl.
jyxl-dlv ' i i ' V - "
HERRING I HERB ING 1 1 SO fcfcle.
No, 1 Pickled Htrring In atore. for aal by . .
MoKEB It REBTIEACX.
febJT ' i ' ' . 34, North Blgk (treat. .
' "for medical Faroees.
PTJRl BRANDDIES. WINES, CORDIALS, AND Bit
naa, frail "'Uonded Warcboaae " , r
, wm. Mcdonald,
bevVT -'' if . ii. . lOft Booth High Itreet. -
a rALTRRE At THREAD LACE WITTS)
Ol ot elegant saalltk for Udis lo. Ml' Mltu
B great variety . . ., Min i
PBArtti STARCH. "' ' ' ""
1,500 Ih. Madlaos, . Watt A Co' pure, UBoheee!
at led Pearl Btarch, a lupeiior article, reoelved In ttore
foraaleby- . , M:BEBA RK8TIBADX, e
. - ' S4 Buunmaa BuiMlai '
. . ... i .in i i .... .1, i ...
TjlANCT LINEN -AND SILK PANS- IN
A- Bew atyraii imooon boubo, auwnaiort ana la
diiaPaatat ,.if - , .( - '1 ' AUIN'tV-M .
my3 . , Wo. WBouth Ili,h tre
TttiACK STRAW BONNETS A CD ELt
XJ egant auwona, ta rA variety at sain is
aetS -. - . a i, ... - - j. . Be. M, Tilgk etreet.
TTTIDB B1ANTL1! BAHAGES,
i wuiaaana Blaok. ioal raoaive at . J i
ELLUANT 1'LAIN HLAV& SILKS FOR
Street Uao.aea aad MantlMraleo, Kick Trlaomla -andTaeltomlch,at.
,r, i. SAIS-,,
Aayti .. " ' '' '
GREAT . SLAUGHTER!
..'iv; 'i oka
r.i. 1 1
: t .ft
KN'APP & OO.'O
'. '-i.i 1
From and after this data we ah all
REDUCE THE PRICE,
OF OUR WINTER OOOD8
twenty rm m cwr
IN OBOIB TO Mill BOOM FOB OOS
Our assortment is still good,
and it is known to every
one that oar .
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
e' ARE DETERMINED TO SELL,
80 DO NOT FORGET THE
f ' I 1
CHEAP STORE OK
KNAPP & OO
SOUTH HIGH STREET,
S Torts ol Featbere and BO Tons of
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' HA VINO A CIRCULATION .
LASGXS BT IXmal raOTJSXIM 4
Than any other paper la Ohio, eattM el Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Advertising
Which CANNOT PAIL to bring .
Speedy and Heraaaerati vo Retaraa
To the who tak advantage f Dumb.
THE WEEKLY STATESMAN,.
Distributed aa It It through every Put OSc In Ohio, ''
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Whoa patronag It valuable, and who aaUoai eat the
Dally Edition of city Joarnah; and at only :.
A Limited Kumler of Adrcrttsemsnts
Are Intartad la Ita eoluaua, appopriately and -
HAKOOOMELV ttSPtAVEOr :
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WHOLESALE DEALERS '
AdrertlxlDg B th WEEKLY STATESMAN will Sa C
, It advutagoat In ,' .' ".T .-'
THE INCREASE OF TRADE i
Which It almoat certain to follow an ixtecjlre diaaeml "
- ' atlon ' ' knowledge of their bcuun'ets ' ' X 'J
AM050 ' COUSTST DEALERS 4
ADVERTISEMENTS INTENDED FOB "
The Weekly Statesman
Bhould bt handed In be Cora Friday Boon.
HOWARD fi OO'D;
p ALL AT NO. S3, SOUTH niSH ST.,
s aan aaaain eui new maxe oi . . -
manufactured by 1. HOWARD A CO . Bcotoa, Mast,
Theea Watch are far (aptrior to anything ever offered
t tu public, heretofore. Having ue exoiueiv aireBey.
I public, heretofore. UavlDg tbe exoiueiv amMV.'
I oan eeil the at Price a ail Ih liraee . I bar Juai
raoeirvd a larg itock of . , . t-. ,
' - j ,:i AMERICAN WATCHES,';; '
kuafaatured If APPLETON, TRACT, a 00 ; ahM, a
Sneaaaortmentaf . ,. , ..,,.,.. "'
EMGLIBn AND SW1SSI WATCHES,
.. l.taOoUwdSlUwCaaae, at Panto price.
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fOSXHa ASD DISTSLSmia u. j,ec;
All erdM krft MU0SV f the 8lJlmm will he
f.ii , .v.. .1023 h wcrrtri;
Aer-irtTon bioitib, i ftriTt L,
Itiiitt, bscraiTVi arid lavmoftiaa U'a. In.' T ...
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