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MBnOHIQ: WEDNESDAY; EVEN1N G
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20; 1861.
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DAILYi TSItWEUY and weekly
MANYPENNY
miller;.
P D B 1 1 B B B S' A H D
PBOFBIZTOBt,
; 'CT; q(Be 88, 88 and 40, SortH HlgVBt.
. THM8 INTAKIABIT IB ADTAltOl . ''
ttlvilj' '.'A V. ..:V I-.'., , i 6 00 prjrtur.
" By the Carrier, per week, UK etnti.--trl.WMVir
' " 8 00 peryw.
rrn t AdrrtItBK by the Square.
n iqiurt I jm.i.fX 00
One iquan S WMka. .(4 00
On , ", Sweeki.). 9 00
One
One
Dn
One
i mor.Oi 18 00
On " 1 week... 1 75
On " , 3dyi... 1 00
On " ' Sdiyi... 75
On - " - 1 lnrtlon SO
3 month.
'! month!
' 1 month.
10 00
H 00
- S 00
DiipliyeA Mnrtltimtnti half mor this th boT
rte. . .... ' - i ,..-.
ivetlliement leaded and placed In th column of
Jnwiitl HoUctt, arudit orainaru ratM.
,' Atl uotloei require to be pnbllehedby law, legal ratM.
If nnlered on the iniiae j.olm.vely altar the One week
per cent, more tln the abor ratet; bot all iDoa wil
ionenr In the Trl-Weekly without chart.
VailnmiCarda, notezoeedlng flrellnei, per year, In
iie, f'JAU per line; onuid fj,
Notice of meeting!, charitable ocletlea, fir eompanle
Aft., half trlre. . .. . -
' All travuiitnt adttrUttmmt matt tu ftaldfor to
'iHMoe, . I -t ml wlU sot be varied frea.
Weekly. ame price a the Pally, when theadnrtuMt
in the Weekly alone. Where 'be Sally and Weekly
ri both ated. then th eharee Ur the Weekly will be
a .l tlwratoaof the Dally . :
No advertisement taken except for a definite period.
; BUSINESS CARDS.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS
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Corner Spring 6l Water 8t. .. . .
Polumtoiia , Olilo.
Wi. Bi POTTS ; & CO ,
' 11MAOTTTNISTO,;
And MantrTantaren of Bmm and Oomporltlon OaiUngl,
' ' Ilnlih:d Brail Work of all Description. '
Elects Plating -and Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTINC, &C.
fM DO-dly "
F. A. B. 8IMZIN8,
Attorney at Zja-w
. AND NOTARY PUBLIC, ,
OSce Aoiboa tfnlldlng, oppoell Capitol Square.
00LUMBD8, OHIOi
001jiTJ3a3XTO
Machine Maniifactnring Company
jooo o o o.o o . ax . e.
hanct ACTuaxRi or
5TEAM . ENGINES & BOILERS,
i Cutfcga, KUl-Osu-ls;, MUklaw1 J "
t.-sl. i.J bail ,.-' ''"Pi" b;I ! ' t n
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H. allro jaca.- worls
l '5V-n"ll'o' BVtHT'DKClUrTIOW."' ''' ' "' '
. .. , ,i ;"';;' ipjralriBVS omo.'.' .'.
0HA8. AMB0S, gup't ' . P. AMBOSTre.
decH, lR-tf ' ' '
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia.
"l!JLr'""'""-,!JUP,,,,"l,"""J
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolia!
Through to lodiajjapolia without Change of Can
-end bat One Change of Can between
'" ' Colnmbm and St. Louis. " '. , '
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM fjOLUM-
BUS.
. FIRST TRAIN.
' (Dally. Monday eetd.) -
NIOBT IXPBB8B, via Dayton, at 8:45 a. m.,itop
duu at London. Xenia. Dayton, Mlddletown and Hamil
ton, arriving at Cincinnati at 8:20 a. m. Dayton atS.'ti
a.m., Indlanopoliiat 1048 a. m.; tt. Louliat. ItiO
p.m. .4i-.fr.-- '. i "...
SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, at 0:10 a. m.. Hopping at all Bta
tlontbetween Oolambai and Clnolnnatl and Dayton, a
rirtng at Oinclnnati 11:09 a. mn Dayton at 8:14 a, m.,
indlanopomaiiip. m. , .. ,
, , , ( , 1U1KU 1KALN., n j.
SAT IXPBK8B, at 8:30 p. m., itopplng at Alton,
Jeffenon, London, Obarleiton, Oedarrlll, Xenia,
Spring) Valley, Oonrln, Morrow," Deerfleld loeter'a,
Lorelaad, Mllifordand Plainyllla.nrriruig at Cincin
nati at 7:80 p. m.; 8t. Lonia at 13 m; Dayton at 5:33 p.
m. Indlauopolliat 10:38 p.m., ( ,,r ( rf
'Sleejplnr Onre on all Nlsht Tralaa to
Cincinnati ana Indianapolis..
BAOOAOE i'CUB Ck"eI ' TnROCGH.
for further kiformaUoa and thmagkT1ekt. apply to
M. L. DOHBRTY,
Ticket Agent, Onion Depot, Colombo. Ohio,
B.W.WOODWARD,
. Superintendent, OlnclnnatU f
'?0r.f!f.'"S " JNO. W.DOnKRTf s ;
I 1 J U f '. 1 ' ;-. Wa i Agent, Ooluiaba,
.HOLIDAYS.
FANCIES.
Buck artlclM a yon (tatiV foryvnr BTJ0BANS .' ' '
Buck a yoofrl for jrourWrPB- f 'J.'
Bach ntutptopir for your DAUGHTER- ' ('
Bach ai your BI8TIR will prai you for. .. r .c
Bach u your BR0THKR ean ut.
Bock At you Vtoftf Ton TQI ONI TOO LOVl BIST.'
Bach a wlH b too for the" BH88ID BABT." "
Bach a all l for,
ttayfo-in4lhTarletx, lhmyiWitoekof
WATCUE9,' CHAINS, JEWEL0T,
., . M MUM UVUUBi
And general - aitortment of l a 5 -
' Fancy and tufnl Artlolei,
. .:, i ; No. 10 Backer "look. .
December, I860. . r , . . ...i ,
' tin init itceeiTeai. n..;..-' . r-
mn CH tJREEN and UIiACK
1UU THAI IOO bag! prim Bl Cone.
I SIT pocket old Dutch Government Jara, Coffe. ". ,
" "I ft bn Ceylon Coire. - L ' '
tOObbn. itandard Whit Bngari, eomtallng of Pow
- . dred, Ohraahed, firannlated Aand B Coffe. '.,.
SOnnlntaliQeonre Bank Oodflth.
'gObt.ll.Wens and Nov 1 Mackerel."" ' j
.. ft Im P;.b b.i.aK i..e .ij. ...... 4 1 1J..
lOOtak. Layer lUilft,, "'" "
"50hf.'boado do' ' ..''" ' 1,1 ;"v "
OOqr. bowdo'" .d"' li i'--'' -' ,
100 M Otara, dllerentbranda and grade. !:."tJ",
. bot37 . . wm. McDonald.
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M.'C.-LILL'EY
And Blank-Boole XiLanttirer,
, , fi ii-.tl t.l a...
1 1 J'Wl Hi ilV.'.k
. f'Arnit.v. ffcowatl -
XVTIIITE WIIEArTi BBiilBBD '
,! S IT Q "W IT LAKS." i ft-
from " Barnett Mllli," Bprlngfleld, O. the belt brand of
- Vlour brought to our market. Batlafactlon guaranteed,
for sal only at - WM, McDONALD'S,
noT87y.. 'i . ' KM) Booth High itreet.
OAflCOH,
iiltS. ILki.. and-ait
klxtdl oi muuonabi to . r.. i
W e rewefertaf Tcy lwrtr i I m if. j
fcVIM iiit Virn Bit,' a
4rtl..-.ikHI ,1- .iH Ho. WHvuUiUlghitniet.'t
STONE'S7 BAZAAR.
N"p. 4:',GKvvnna!, Block.
A; P. STONE & O'HAERa
A BE NOW RECEIVING THEIR WIM
IX IBB Q00D8, and Inrlte the pabllo to lsipcot
them. No tuch itock of Ooodi bai rrer been brought to
thia markvl. Ih South, In MoMqume of th fajlur
of th grala crop, dm ot bean able to pnrehaa th
ualquaatlty of rich goodl, and thla factkaaforoad th
Importeri to U them at pnbllo auction. Our buyer
(nr. stone; oeing in new iora at tnee targe eaiea, took
adrantag of them, and wa can and will tell our good
here, at lea than any on who purchased two weeke sine,
paid for them In New . lork, . Our itock U complete In
very, oeparimeni oi ... X i t ri tl.: , il iH
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS, .
OTTOMAN VELOURS,
.' i - BROCHF VAtENRTAS. " '
" Doivrrn Mmrvna ' '
. 1,!:: PRINTED COBURGS,
. . .DYED COBUG3;
BLACK ALFAUAS, " ": -
ORLEANS,
7 1FANCY WOVEN FABRICS, '
y I' O i, . . ., iTr. nrnnr. tpt a imm
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17.
,:T POPLINS,. PRINTS,
-I 1 :i 'i . H f4 ..l.tl ' .t.;iu--.-
SHAWLS: AtlD CLOAKS!
;; Jftve Thaasand Dollars .Worth
Bought in One Day, ;
At one half the Coit f Imoitatlon
LADIES7" FURS,
In all Varieties of the- Celebrated
, fflannfature of C. O. Onn
HOSIERY. DEPARTMENT,
11 en'a, Ladle and Children 'i Under Bhlrto and Drawen;
Ladlei, MIski and Children'! Hoelery of all klndi, in
Wool and Lamb'i Wool: fleecy Lined and Cotton fllorei
ortrerymak. . ; .') i
' ' ' '1:.
A 'eemptete asiortment of alt the nsnal varie
ties of . ., ,, .., . . f
LADIES'
CLOTHS, - ' '
CASSIMERES, '
OVERCOATINGS,
TWEEDS.
FLANNELS, " ' ' 1
RIBBONS,
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladiei and Gent'i Linen Cambric Hand
,. kerchieft, &c.; &C,";;-,;,';', ",'
Tonaraonawho call on 01. we DledM onrwordi to
ihow them th larieat, belt and cheapen Itock of Ooodi
erer leenlnthli market, or pay them on dollar per
aeei-diyntawitw. btomb a O'JIAKRA.
LATHROPe tLUDINGTON & CO,
23 &25 HA2X. PIACE, ' 4 i ' ' ' 1
20 ft, 22 UTJBEAY BISEET,
. iMuvv;
; IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF1: 7 '
Foreign" and Domestic
D R Y. GO O DS
' FOR CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT.
PBING, 1861.
,, .. 1 r - .. . ,
W art opening, at our ample wareroomi. at th abor
nnmbw, atook of Good in each of th aix department
or our Mum, uprtoi to anyming w oar Heretofore
xnirmea to in ma. , -1 -
CLOTH DEPARTMENT. :
Thii ha' trwn to lb) ntemat tughltud Under th
thorough managemtnt f a buyer of long experience and
uwBneai ana cnoioeii i i.i i"
FANCY VESTtKCS
'.' -t AND.: :.S i ;f--"? 7 '
FANCY CASSIMERES
To be found In th market, all mleeM with th sweat
dlnrimlnaUon. Alao, all gradea, colon and Tariaue of)
BROADCLOTHS, " .- ,V ( , . -'
' SATINETS, - ;-' '
LADIES' CLOAINNGS,
" : ":. ; tweeds,
! f ARMIES' and MIR0HANT8 0A8BIM1B1B,
KINTTJCKT JIXANB, from SX to 12 ontg per yard
i ,: . ; andapwardi; l
IWIKD8. 13 to IS cent per jard-lait ya old at
' .., .'- - . istoso; J '
-; ' V PRINTED BAIINIT8, at II eann;' .'
; '-' And other Ooodi torrttpmiinjly Lnuf-'.
Dress-Q poDSi ; Detabtmeit. ;
MancheiUt D Lalnea,
i IlamlUoa . do. . (
Facln - do. -t .
PrinUdLawna, .
I Printed Brllliantea,
! fancy Olnghami,
I Bomhulnei,
Black Bllka, (? ,T-
Fancy Sllka,
, Printed Ctia'lli, ', ,;,
Manchattor tilpgbana, n
Glaagow ,, j dp. ,,.
Clinton , . do. r
Ottoman Olotha, r.-.j
Alpaca,
Poplin," i n t.y, u b '
And At Nn Select SlyU tf
FANCY. SPRING GOODS.
Mtrrimae Print.
I 5
; Blchmond'i Prlati,
American do.
'Dunnell'i - do.
i Oocheoo do. ,
! Paoia J do.'
, Baraga'
MancheiU
Bngllab :a do. -
eater, Ac Print, lie
DOME8TIO COTTONS.
. tawrrnc 0. B bee ting",
1 Btark do.'
Uthrop ' i' do, '
' Bhawmut do. ,
1 Poeaieet ( do.
Atlantic A. Sheeting, "
Amoiktag 1 do.
Appleton . do. ...
Ireratt . do.
CUca,kc,
do.
! AH Oraie$ and Wultht
f:ir
BL1A0HID
WanmthL.
BltlRTINQS AND BIIEBTINOS. ,
Pwlght, "' Lawreno,
Lonedal, f Great fall,
Bill,' .-. (17 I, Waltham,
flaumkeag,
Boott,
. NewTorkMIIU,fco4
V! X'M J ;
! SHAWLS AND MANTILLAS,
i A LAIQB AMD1IUOT A8WTMtNT. '
4
OOTTONADIS a imk rarlely."
OHIOKB do.
TIOKlNOS-aU the leading brand.
DBNIM8 do. -K....OO.
-1 J-
I
BUIRTINO BlRIPIB-all th liadlog brand, ,? c
NANKBBN8 d ... do.
OORBBT JBASSi , ; .m df,l r- . . t'
r.'y-
MORBBNd
DAMA8K.il,' PAPBR 0AM8RI0B,-OOLORID CAM-
f - ." ltJB4k, a,A t.! :.r m
t'
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCKS OF
warn good; w ir'-s:,;.!
i) .t.;.il.B0BIEBt, . .4t.
:;;;;v :'.tajzib hotfoot, y1'"
Gcntlencii'sTiiiiisIiiii: :(3o6jg.
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS,
CARPETS AITD OIJL.CLOTII9, -
And a great variety ef Ooodi not tit(mrtd lt of
wnioaw pieoge areiT.t Mil i in loeswa. morjM
frto
th largec aortioaat boat 10 to SO per oral, mu
taaaiaitrw
Lti iUj J.elq mm )'H
LATHROP, LUDINGION & CO
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nSVVYOtilfc
.1111
aiarl
l.f t?
Irish Linen Goods.
WARRANTED rABHlO , l'.f .....
fdnen Bhlrt Boum i ..Plata and f anew , .,
nmrting and lkwna Linen!. . i. ui.V
i , Ltuen Bheetlnga and Pillow Oaalngi.uu .
. Llqen Carabrlo and Long Lawn' i"1
.,.',) Liuun rocket-handk fa, U
'''' iirJm K., Tnoa4Blafait.
t't " ,I'llnB,ffrkln1"dD,Oyilee. .,,a,,ttjt..
Linen Tabl Clotli and .! Demaaka, i
tinewU .
vi?) ST.. ratiol at tawptwe. .n..,L.i !)IA
a kllil. , .aim a.fca.ii
ft
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"It fully prepned to execute In the
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MOST ELABORATE MANNER,
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PROPRIETOB,!,
j- GentsVIinen: Shirt Collars,-
S3.t:
Af wpcriob acALiTt; in car
v ituiait nian
other aew ihanea.
ROTB, Standing, Byron, Parelgnay, Renfrew and
AAam.
ned f eckft Handkerchief. Beck
Ilea, Block, Btrwt and Xranlng OIoto, JUlf Boa f
rery una, unaeeuanuenu and all kind of Uente' gal
nbhmf Ooodi la great rarily nod at modetat price.
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' Trl-Weekly, per re r '
Weekly, ptrgaai
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THE POPULATION OF
TOWNS IN OHIO CONTAINING OVER 500 INHABITANTS.
e38'Harlett. 5.156
Akron.
BKOMarinn
Alhan.
Ail - MtflMetttoiTlll!..'.;..
1,180
.ri 830
Alliance-..41. : 1.431
Mary erille,
Alhland.. WJS,
Haniuon
Maumee City
9,680
1 1,697
800
-1,485
735
Atheni............J..'l,31;
Balnb ridge..-. ...i tt. 679
MoArthur
MeOonmllirille.t..
Barneivllle ,1,176
Meckantcebnnt.......
nearora
Bellalr .
1,234
, 800
1,640
517 Miami City...
Bellebrook.. ..,..-'' SISlMlamiiburg
Belief on taino.k.t.-.-. B,600Middltown
8,071
Berarly
niian
MiUanbarg
HInemllli..
Monroarille. .......
Mono
Hi, Glleid.
MU Vernon,.,....,
Napoleon....,..,..;
NelwnTllle... r1
Newark ,
New Carlifle,
NewoomerMown ....
New Lexington.....'
New Ltthoo ... , J4 , ,'.
New Philadelphia.. (
. 872
. 1,160
' 640
1,300
'. 720
Blaneheiter,
Bridgeport .
Bryan
Bucyrni
Cadli...
Cambridge...
,. ...
,: 640
) 7 1,084
8,210
1,130
,1,45a!
8S7!
1,343
647
4,04
fSO
.-.'791
4,147
920
Camden
0 trial Dorer .
1 741
Oanfleld
4.675
Canton
Oardlngton,,. v
Carrolton
erTille4,.....
Ohardon
Ohllllootha. ...t..
Olnclnnttl...'.,...
Olrelerlllo . ..'..
,: 803
, 600
' 733i
814
' 668
! 388
8360
,8.230
7j-55Jnw Richmond
.'161,m
. ' d3H3
, 43,838
New Vienna.
600
Jforwalk..
8.867
01r land .k....,i.
Clyde
Colombo!
Oberlin..,
Oxford....
9.018
1,851
701
. .18,620
. . 980
PaJneiTllle.
9.615
Oonneaut
Ooehoeton
OoTington....M.A
Oreitlln
Perryiburg.
1,409
6,480
4 620
.1,800
. ' 1,151
romeroy
7MiPlqua......
1,5151
Putnam
OayahogaFalll......
Diyton
Danano.'.... ...'
Plketon
Portsmouth ........
1 W
6.273
1,707
1.235
9,715
93Rarenna
DeUware..;....-. ' 3.80SI
DrJen.....v,.. - 1,4471
Reading..-, a
Ripley ....... j,.,..
But Clere land
i.m,. .. s.on)
HMCoa, ............
J7
8.013
8,408
1,000
8055
,1,840
520
512
7,007
1000
1,169
550
528
100
4,010
946
13,860
8 640
. 647
1599
3,429
lyria 1,615
Itioa-.v.. .1..;.... 1,536
Salem....,
Stndniky ....
Iairteld.-........t. .537
felicity...,.., (, 056
Find lay.. 8,484
Foitarta .." 1,028
Frankfort.. '-' 559
Fraakllnton.. 1. 615
Shelby .... i..
Sidney
Borne net...
South Charleiton...
Sprlngboro'
Springfield.........
SLOIelnTllI ......
St. Mar)'-"-n
St. Pirll. ..........
"ylrania ...... i..
Frederkkaburg...... ' fjOfj)
FredeilcatowQ, 790
Fremont . .... ..... 3,513
Oalton.. ........... ' 1,974
Oalllpoll...
Qennantown
George town.
S,955
1,440
TaylorsTlll.,......
Tlfiin .M. a. .......
. Til),
Tlppeoane. ........
Toledo...
Qlendal v,.
Oranvlll...,
690
' BMMTro
vreenneia
OreenTille ,
Qroreport-
lJOOjUhrtchfTllle..
. 1,6341
Upper Baadniky....
Urbane
Tan Wert
' 539
7.S3J
1,400
Hamilton
Barmar...... ......
Barrlaoa
HarrliriUe ,.
BlrglniDort '
1,013
WapakoMta
000
.1 9,409
1 1,040
l,360lWrrn .
6621
son'
Waablngton
TTarer)y ...........
1,057
Hllliborough
Hadaon
Iron ton.., '
l,77rt
WSTnterllle
Wellington.. .....
Wellnllle
829
' B7B
1,029
. 1,587
753
920
673
155
592
915
800
'4,675
1,374
,758
Jacknn
Jefferson
Kenton.....
Luteal ter v.. ...... .
Lebanon --n.
1,07U
Weiterrllle
687
Weit Liberty v
Wert Baneirllle.:.'.
Wllllamahnrg
Wllloughby ........
Wilmington ........
Woodineld .
Xenia .... 4
Yellow Spring!
Youngitown
.ZaneiTlllo
1.654
4.310
9.498
Lima... r--t-.
8,079
Logan.,..
London
LoniiTlll
Malta.....
1,4461
1,113
685
. 670
Manifleld .
4,540
,.....(. I),ww
Ornoinnart Oamtte.
The Ruins of Baalbec—Melancholy Influence
of the Scene.
, . . j . j
There is a feelloe of molancbolr. aya a trav
eler, la looking the last look on inch a place,
aenilble that one will nerer see It more. The
rippling stream seemed to mock me as I pamed
oter It: . , . -, , ;
"Men may com and men may go,
But 1 flow on forever."
And then. In tbe ehostlv atillnesa of the nlirhi.
I entered the vest TVIIIthnn. Th' Tamnla r
.. . . .. . . . r--.-r
jupner, unaer me aeceptio ngntning or the
uiwu, iuuacu yorivui.. iigerutu 11 jusb na
ished by the architect, and to morrow Autooniua
Pontifex Maxlmus misht himself be eomioir to
coniecrate ii to mignty jove. 1 ne religion ol
tbe Koman nas been eelebratea there. Sacrifi
ces to the gods of Baalbee were offered theie
lor near four hundred years after tbe Christian
era. Then another religion occupied its halls
and shrines. , The Christian possessed it. Tbe
Cross was erected where the beardless atatua
of Jupiter bad stood. Tbe Bishop of Heliopo
lis sat in, the Council of Antioch. . -
Three centuries heard tbe hvmns of the
Church chanted in Its temples; ani tbo lay pro-
ocesion 01 ue prieata swept urougn its hexagon
and quadrangle. Then war was in tha land.
The exterminating conquests of the Crescent,
with a tide of blood, flowed from the ceean
board to the deserts of Damascus, and quenched
tbe lamps that had burned everlastingly before
the altars of the City of the Bnn. Darkness
eovered it for three hundred years, and silence
blotted out the name of HeliopoIIj from history.
When It once more emerges, Itsclaseio title has
perished tilths flood of devastation.' Men call
ed it 1 Baalbee, ana the Arabian historian and
Benjamin of Toledo (A; D. 11 C3) noted it, and
tell us of Its stones of ebormoas size." and
bw earthquakes have shaken tbe land of Syria ,
thrown down Its structures, end crushed to death
Its people. ' r ' '
' Saladin next occupied' the stage 'of time.
King Baldwin and Count Raymond arried tire
and sword through the land, cried havoo and let
tHp the dogs of war -tinder Its battlements; for,
bo longer a city of temples, po longer the borne'
ef religion, it had been converted into a for
tress, and the histotiansald, it "is a castle built
With ery-large stonrs "'-And then another
tragle actor fretted hie little day before the
world.' He bade its citizens Surrender and
Tamerlane, flushed with Vlotorr. marched on
ward1 to Damaious. ' Another century ' and a
half rolled over, and we bear no more of it,
mu uo modern spirit or travel first exhiblUd
itself, and the long' catalogue of namee'eom
menced (with' the Frenchman Belar, A. D.
1648; the Edgllsh ManndrelL . 1697) . whioh
links it at last with the people of our own
times 11 s ' tw' M .uJ ,)'. i..j! 4,n ,
The heathen, tbe ChristiiTn. theBaraeanl the
Turk, all have been its fords knd masters.
What a train Of ffhoatl formm finne nlAhi..
ed, wtth slot and stately maroh, going past me,
sweeping oyer the floor end through the' col
umned aisles where once in life tbey trod!' Pom
pey iih4 veterans of Augustus legione; the Em
peeort of Rome Antonintls, the bloody Caracal
la, the Christian Theodoslus; the1 iotor the
poor actor Oelsslnns (earning tbe hard-bought
food of the sock and the buskin,- and -yet with
the religion oi Christ in his heart, going with
hint on the staee. 'and hallowing: lis martvr
death) the Impetuous crusader; the conquering
aou oourtiT naiaain; tne nery rameriane all,
all Seemed to pass before me, tbelr wan 'bands
pointing to tbe rolnl thet had left: anil tbe mooa.
shlnlngtthrongh the broken nltches, the dlsman.
lied architraves add pillars of the Ttillthou, reft
of all tbe sculptor's clothing, exposed them with
lunerat ugm oeioro me in giant forms; tne de
nuded corpse or imperial pride; the skeletons Of
earthly pageantry and power, mouldering away
in the fallow ef, centuries.".1 " ' ; .'
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Not MmdinO raif MATn.--Ohe Johft Va'ri-
deteer; 'traveling from Philadelphia to Park
eriburg, On the Pennsylvania Railroad, got In
toxicated, and lost his ticket. '' Not betas' able
to produce it, and not being willing to pay for
soothef, be was put out of the car. Ia doing to
he fell down a bank, and subsequently, In going
after bis hat, fell among tome stones and Injur
ed himself so that he died. The wife brought
suit against the' Railroad Company,' land got
$1,734 damages." Tbe Company appealed to
tbe Supreme Court,' where the ludtrment was
evened, on the ground of the want of a dis
tinct direction to the Jury as to the measure of
damages, and now trial awarded."1 Upon this
trlali tha jury gave a verdict of t-5,500 dam--iffst'
,1,1 1... .. -.! r ii, ...... ;,?,,, iA,, . u-
,
in
Lord Campbell said" ha htmsolf lieard'a
adee at Stafford thus' sentence a prisoner to
deaih for "forgery. "And' I trust, through the
merits and mediation of our blended Redeemer,
yoo may experience that mercy In another world
which a due regard to the' credit of the paper
currency of the country forbids yoo, to tope for
M ... !(-."' v. J.J ttf ..,.....
Some of the Institutions of a Printing Office.
" I'i'V ui - -i'4 am ti
. .The "Deril" Is an inatltntlon b anl of him.
self. He ink the type, or tarns, the crank, or
lajg 00 tne aneeta."i (Utber people some,
lime do the latter.) . If It were not for htm the
paper would not "00m e out." Ho sweeps oat
tbo office. Ho build th fire an appropriate
wort ior a nena ana swears Deoanse someone
has "hooked the klrtdllDgB." ' H. dbe the
"chores at the house.'i-lle "qatets the baby."
Yet bis most important duty la to keep watch on
tun street corner so as to inform tbe editor
wnen the Arri ti mjter Km! '
yvitn an tnis, tbe "Uerll" shoulders all tbe
bad or Smutty jokes of the editor. When the
mighty man of the pen Is ashamed of an ex
pression, and still desires to ntter Jt, be says,
"our Devil says tbns and so," and the poor
le.i uasiu svuna 11: 1. .' ii.rr.i i.' . .
, Neverthelees, the "Devil' Is an Important
personage in ociety. He attends lectures. He
irequente concerts, ahowa, and the opera; but
I say it more in sorrow than In antrer he iel--
dom;. attends church I Ho presents hlmielf at
me (icaet oinoe 01 tDe"now," wltb bis "linen"
reversed by way of a change, (for . be seldom
possesses more iban a ainsle shirt.) as "a mem
ber of the Press." and 10 Dresses his claims that
ne is admitted without tbe accustomed quarter.
But our joung friend is not alone. He is too
much of a gallant for that, x His "woman" tt
witn mm, ana ne and bis "woman'? pass In and
enjoy the ootertaiomeot, which,' whatever it
may be, is taken down in doiee alternated with
peanuts and tobacco. For the "Devil" chews as
well a smokes, and spits profusely upon carpets
wuuu no gets wiioin raacn 01 iDem. )
I never beard of a Printer's Devil who had
"risen in life," but I do the class the justice to
say that, to my knowledge, none of them
have fallen very low. Some of these ''Devils"
have descended to be mayors of cities. Some
of them have even let themselves down into
Congressmen. Bat I never knew one to de
grade himself ao low as to become a President
of the United States. . . 1
So mueh lor tbe "Devi),". , I know the "ani
mal" I've been there nueelf. "Bnllv for
him."-Arfemu Ward. ' " ". .
Some of the Institutions of a Printing Office. The Nature of Wealth and Poverty.
Men rarely know tbe meanine- of the' wnrA
"rich J' It is a relative of tbe word, imnlvlno-
its opposite, "poor," as the word north" im-
imca no uppuane --aouiu," men always speale
and write as if riches were . absolute, and it
were possible, by following certain scientific
precepts, for everjbpdy to be rich. Whereaa
riches are a power like that of electricity, act
ing only through inequalities of itself. Tbe
force of tbe guinea you have in your pocket de
pends wholly 00 the default of a guinea in your
neighbor's pocket. If he did not want it it
would be of no use to you; the degree of power
it possesses decends accurately noon the need
or deeire he has felt for jt and the art of mak
ing yourself rich, In the ordinary mercantile
economist's sense, Is, therefore, eauallv . and
necessarily the art of keeping your neighbor
poor. An accumulation of real, property is
of little use to its owner.' unless, together
with it, be has commercial power over labor.
Thus, tuppoee any person , to be put in
?08scss!on of a large estate of fruit
ul land, with rich beds of gold in Its
gravel, countless herds of cattle in Its pastures;
bouses and gardens, and storehouses full of
useful .stores; but suppose, alter all. thai ha
could get no servants. In order that be may be
able to have servants, some one in his neigh
borhood must be poor, and in want of bis gold,
or his corn. Assume that no one Is in want of
either, and that no servants are to be had. He
must, therefore, bake hia own bread, make, hia
own clothes, plough his own ground, and iheo-
berd bislown flocks. His gold will be as use
less to bim as any other pebbles on his estate.
111s stores most rot. for be cannot consume
them. He can eat no more than another man
could eat, aqd wear no more than another man
couiu wear. He must lead alifa of severe and
common labor, to procure even ordinary com
forts; he will .be ultimately nnable to keep
either houses in repair, or fields in oultivalton;
and foroed to content himself, with poor man's
portion of cottage and garden in the midst of a
desert of waste land, trampled by wild cattle,
and encumbered by ruins of palaoes, ' which he
will ihardiy mock at himself by calling "bis
'
John Ruskin.
Ohio and its Industry.
In Ohio there is a State Commissioner of
Statistics, whose business it is to gather valuable
information from all aources upon tbe agricul
tural and manufacturing : produntions of, tbe
State, and to report it yearly to the Governor.
ine report lor lSbU, just published, shows that
the population of tbe State has inoreased 365...
671, or ISA per oent. in the last year. It is
now 2,346,001). There are 13.105,945 acres of
improved land, an Inoteise of 33 per cett. ,,Tbe
average amount of, land owned by each person
Ort . STll ai i . "
juaores.. a ue average price oi farmland ia
seiner acre, ineorona Ine lHliileannM.
lows: wheat.13,247,467; corn, 63,730.846; oata
15,048.909; -rye, 676,274;, barley, ,1,638,577,
pucawneat, j,o,io. Aggregate grain, iua-
34,143. increase, lo per cent., . Tbe bay crop
was 1,806,465 tons, an increase o( 25 per cent.
Tbe animals are set down as follows: horaea
tnd mules, 700,097; cattle, 1,902,772; sheep, 3,
368,174; swine, 3,242,814. Aggregate, 8.213,857;
aggregate .Increase,' 6 per. cent.; increase of
horses and cattle, 44 per cent. Tbe total num
ber of Industrial establishments in the State ia
10,700; 'The amount of coal produced from tbe
mines is about 50,000 .000 bushels. ; The tons ef
pig-iron produced, JUb.yuu. Increase of coal
mined, 500 per' cent; increase of pig iron,
100 per cent. .The increase of foreign com
merce has been one hundred per cent ;68 re-,
sels, with s tonnage of 19,521 , were built during
the year: The products of manufactures,' min
ing and the' mechanic arts are set down at $119,
962, 183, Tbo following are the leading arti
cles : iron, $20,000,000; clothing. 115,000,000;
Carriages and wagons, $1,500,000; animal fat
Soils, candles, &e.,) $6,000,000;' animal meats,
;12,000,000; wine, whlikyyale, beer, &o $9,.
284,785;. wool, $1,500,000; cotton, $1,560,000:
leather, $3,000,000; agricultural machines, $1,. h
auu.uuu; nour, wood vessels and non enumerated
articles, $12,000,000; furniture, ; $4,000,
O00. Aggregate, $87,284,728. There are a
grea many ether Interesting statistic In the re
port, but those extracted, above will show how
Ohio progresses in industry and In wealth.
!
Philadelphia Ltdgtr -m.u ,t 1ft v..) i.i iiv
Progress in Wealth in Great Britain.
r .
Aa ipoome-tax return has been Issued; which
shows what progress , has been making within
tha last few years. ' The total amount eMa
oome and annual value of propertv aiaesssd to
the Income-tax In the United Kingdom hai
risen from 308,817,656 ia 1854 to 335,730,.
254 in 1860. Tho increase of Usable Income
England in the alx years haa been 26,348
685, and In Ireland 1,701,993, bat In 8ootlind
there has actually been a decrease of 638,080.
This t decrease bag arisen solely from a very
large falling off in tha return! ander Sohedule
the profits of 1 trades and orofeat lofts. An.
The income taxed under that oobedulola EdS
una rasa irom joio,ia,jo ..in ltwe to rll
921,267 in 1860, and In Ireland -from 4,631,
0G9 to 4,891,652, but in Scotland It ' fell from
12,185,9J4 . in l864 to 8,626,144 la I860;
1858, after the oommeroial oriels at tbe end
1857, 'it fell 2,500,000 below the previous
year, and baa aever recovered .-"-J -U) ! i'.n
) The Income tinder Schedule A the annual
value of lands, bouses, & has risen greatly
all three kingdoms; In England It was 99,
874.309 ia 1S54, and 119,082,749 In I860; in
Scotland 11 Was 11,947,791 la the former year,
and 13,974,000 in the latter In Ireland it was
11,767,810, and 12,893.839, respectively; an
inorease.of almost sixteen millions pounds in
the whole, nearly half of whioh amount Is from
houses, and another quarter from an increase la
the profit of railways. A very large Increase
has taken place also in Sohednle E-pnblle offi
cos, pensions and llpenda-from 14,445,552
1854, to 19,636,220 in 1800. l The total In
come assessed to tha Income tax in 18G0 was.
in England, 282,718,049) in Scotland, 29,.
i.,i; in ireiang, s,u,ubi.
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twemtv'five peh cent;
IN OKDBR TO MAKE BOOM FOB ODK
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PI,A1! AltDEHIBROIDEnGD, DIOCS.
QUETAlua aid legular ihap Ulack KldOlovea,
emhrnulered In while, minenta, purple, Ao, Undreased-
Kid Olove. Mlieei Kid Uloves. A complete euortmimt
taeeeceienrawe un'iei alwij lot mt by i.. .
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ROYAl QUARTODICTT0KA5I-
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"Tbe moat Bsllaki staajiea a
tnorltr ff EnglUH. Laanraage,
"IH BIST INOLfBH BICTIOSARtf lXXJ&f.t
'r I u, ' &.i'jJuL.i-,rl
'He are upwards f Hnmavad TheanearwM
who muUirarioaa Meaning. . mad AortvatlwMH aUMr
with theli orrect mlltsg.aad roaiA)aa a aiMrrr
et before In y.l
,.r' -1 . H Im ... y Hi folsv't
Stad tU PecUlo of thA Umbwt o i &ltei
7WA'. A.u r
Th untenlgiMd, Mmerlh Ohio I tat feaoheni'
aiaoeiauon. Mont and aba to ma Im tmel.knm. riu
and ineaklng, Uv ertkograpby and Ptononolatlon of
Woroeeter'a lloyal Quart Dlctleaary. and w aewi eer-
dlally recommend It as the moit rellabK standard aa-
itr of th Bndlsh lanaiiai. aa it now riirn ul
spoken. ' ' , ' " .......
Loan Airouws, Pnaident Kcnyoa Ooller. "
M. i. Laoarrr, Superintendent ZaneTille Sshaola.
Tnos. W. Haavav, Sup't Meeelloa Uoioe IrhtoST
M. F. Oowmet, Sup't Fubllo Schools, SuDiioaky.
Jo Lvaca, Sup't Faolle Behoof OircleTlli.
S. N. SAjroua, Frtudoal OlereJand lemaltj 8emn.
Wm. HncasaA, Sap'l FabH SchAota, UU Uabsv ?
Jon Oooax. Frtncinal ataAnllartnal adul. niu.
ota. - . , ,
Orana N.enw. PrlnMrvat V An .ll. TnhkMH flata UI.M
OlndnnaU. A"
H. S. AUTM, Sup'l Canton Tlo letolSX5I
Inww Knu, Prloclpel alcNeely Vormel 0caol. . r
Eu T- Taptaii, Prof. Mathematics, Ohio Colwall.
Wm. W. Kowaana, Sup't Troy Union School.
A.O. Eonin. rrlncioal Wast Huh Si-konl . rlleM.
land.. . - ....,r..vMwm
8. A. Noitok. Aiwclate PrlnciDal HlrhSHunl. nirrt. '
land , : , , , , -,
Tatopoaa Snatva, Principal Sigh Scho, 4le
land. ' ' ' I
B. F. ITirMirro, Principal Cleveland Imtlfnt.
1. A. OAaruxn, Preildent of Xlectle IntUtn'.a, Bl-
W. L Barb is. Prof, of Ohemktrv. Ohu Valnu
University.
H. II. BAlmrr. Ex-Commlisloner of OimeM Bihmb.
Ohio. - ,
Jamb Moiraon, Prof. Xhetorio, Oberlin College.
Tno. Dill, President Antioch Coliag. ;
O. W. U. G.TUO.aT. Pm(.. MAtliaBAllaE. Bl.h
School, Dayton. -
B. O. CrumBaDOM. Prof. Lanraaee. Bi.S SIvmI.
Dayton.
B. M. BABiam, Bup't Union Schools, Aahlaad.
Mor iXan aim Bmdrtd ott JVeWcLmf at CUlol
fftt, Proftuort. Author tnd DUUHOMtehtd XUwoo
(ori, Aae mdorud tin abovo tonttmmt. .
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
If ARnrra Coutoe 'It Is tralr a munlBeeot work.
an honor to th enthor, th publiahtri, and th wboM
mutry. President Andrews. . . -
Omo Wesutab Uithaitt.-" It zoeed m mvt.
Hons. It will be my snide la erthosrash and nroau-
olatlon. and will often he oonialted hy roe for Ms neat
and accural deSnltlon." Preaident Thompwa.
W. B. KcuCTtrOOU.tOB.'ITeivtiiferw kmiaJ
Weheter"! orthography. At a recent ateetlog of or
Faenlty, It was derided toehanrs it taeanformi ia that
of Worcester's Boyal ftuarfo Diotionary." Pretddenl
WseraBB Raiorv Cot lmi. "I And It worth of
cordial approbation." President Bltokoook.
OssaUR CotXt. "It mor than BMata a,v e.niia.
Uons. I reoommxid H aa th atandard tnlhorltyln
oruivepy o my eoiwren u. mj papua." rreaklent
Horgani ....
Aktiocm Oouxni. "I adopt and aha to nee la teach -Ing,
writing and ineaklng, tha orthography and pranun.
elation of Worcester aoyal Qearto Cictioaary.''
Preeldent BUI. '.,..,
"In all my writing, speaking, and teaching, I have en
deavored to conform to the rale for orthography and
pronunciation as contained In Worcester1! Dictionary.''
Horace htann, lata President. . . i
Kutor OoLinra, Oiweint 'I most cordUlly reosa
mond It a th most raliabl atandard authority of th
English language a tt It now written and spoken."
President Andrews. :,. r
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
From Bet. Anton SmfO, OommttHonor of Common
BohooU tn Ohio. :, i
"Th Dictionary Ii an Innerlshabl monument to the
learning and Industry of It anther, and a honor to lb
world of letters. The BMnhaniwI awenntlon Is far asp -lior
to that of an other LaxJeoa lih ahlrh T
qualnfsd."
From Hon. JT. JI. Jaruev. Ma-Qmimlttlomtr
ScAoott in Ohio. '
Thmort reliable standard authority of tb.,ha-
WBATTBB '! ' "1 t, i--.'j rf).lP.
leadixig NewBpe.per of Ohio Saj-jr,
FrotnOt CUtotand Scroti o Mardktn. f-nm
Ih orthography of th Woroeeter Dictionary to that i
used by moet, if not all. author of dUtlnction In thi
country tnd England, and eoofonal to ih imiial nail '
of ordinary writer and speakera. , -.7 i
Whaterer prejudice may bar exlite prTlolty', i 1
artful itudy of thl voltua will Invnrtablr b foUowwd 1
by a warm appreciation of lti grant merits, nod a detira,
to add It to th well selected library, be It larg or aaaalt, '
It I a library Initaeir, and will remain aa iaaperlssa- I
blreoortoflhkwUigofltoonpller.. Kmm- i
from tit Oinctotnart Cvmmtrcial of Jprg SO '
Hen era anward of a hundrad Iheaaand woil-fod;- -had
and Indiifarant whoaa -- . j
dariratlona, together with their rorrtut mlllng and mop
. -- u'.w U.17,.. ineworB a
anqueittooably thrateat Theaauraaaf C.nd, xa..
yr publUhed. -tj. .- -e-w
From th Cltotland PlaimUaler of Sept.' to, im
evidently Woncnrs' Boyal QoaRto DioTtoMAar it
not only U but, but th aarr work of tU kmd or mb
wef,nd eaa by a poM.blllty suB by comparison, tr,
- ' From On JWtdo Blad of Mayti. "
A t roociATio, WoBSBrna m twa SVAMBAah
fbllowd by our best author; In definitions A leave -nothing
to be desired, and in OamooaArHT It I sumclin (
amy that WoacTaacanaleiy toUewad. -fiewci
'I - INGHAM BBACO.v 1 ,,
Piiblltlaers, Bookeoiioro A Stauoaore,
j "riu BT CLBTELAND, OHIQj f (((
rv Cur4 0MVi-Ol&, Boartmtm, .
-,'" ' ,a1tJrUati(mrijmmm
liroat,BtUvtk Seeking t
,i , I MOrii)mrwiiAW, A
r'.m ' I ma, and VatarrA, VUmr and
itrmotk to th vo4r nf "
,VV JPUJBS.IO i"SEATE,M'iad
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ipartanc of ehackln a flnn.h
"Ooamon Cold" ia ia tntttag; 1hatUeh In I
hpvtnnln wanM vletd tA a tnlld tMMM. . W I ..a
oon attack th lung. "Brown't Bronchial IrxxJie
oontalnlng demulotnt Ingredient, allay I'nlsis it end''-?
Bronchial Irritation. .. . . . . ..
BROWN'S I '"That troubls In my Throat, (for whioh
Ih ' JOA ir aMciSalhaiae a.aA- I
TB0CHES,otton a atre whUperer.",,., ,
HOWN'S
. r. w ajuui. 1
"I reocrauMnd their na to Psbuo ba,ai
aaa."
TKO0BXS
.. 1 .,.. . BBT. . OHAPtlf
"ITaT. proved aztram! enieeabla.fai
BROWN'S
HOABKWm.' - ' -w
&KV. HENRY WARD SEBOBBB.4 ad
TROCHES
"Aunoat Initant relltf la the dtitrmelM
labor of breatblnr eeliartoArrHHi.."-
BROWN'S
1 -. ' , a. . u)LaTONn,a
"OonUIn no Oplna or anything Irturt
TKOOnBS
' ' AIM. A AUAV'S., u llO
BR0W1T8
MA ilmpl and Pleasant mmUuiiui rn. '
ICooone, ." . t., -...-a. ... ,i , j
TRO0IIES
BROWN'S
"uenenciai in BROWcrrtTia."
lift. 1 1 w t ,.,'
TR0CDB8
fBOWN'S
" '. " BoUm.
'I hav proved thtaa eznlknt tat Wiuww.
m Cocoa."
.. .. ,..(.,.,.,. REV. H.W. WAR VN.T
"Beneflelll when eoainaned to itmA. aaaJT
TEOOHkB
BROWN'S
ferU.,froaCoi.n.'' , . -
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, . .h .. . . AVI .Xewtta) .
"Iirtt-rnAL fn femevlng Ooareeni-ai and
TROCHES
BROWN'S
frrllatla of theThmtt, aMamoa' via,'
SrCARs! tnd Siaoaai." . ..
Prof. SrACt JOBNBdlf " 'H
v.if ui... . 1 . eVawen, w.k tl
, Teacher of lmi.:, SoUir
!'"''. tfeaaleOollcg. 1 -""J
, , . ,,A
"Great benefit when Wren before and afiar
TROCHE.
BROWN'S
Tao,cnK8
BROWN'S
!
preaching, a thtr prevent Hoan'oeat,, groat .n
their paeteffect, 1 think they will k of per- ,
maseul advnlnr to me," ml
TBO0BIS
RkV.E.KOWf.T.A.11 ,
Preildent ef Atuoue toil.ge,ter,n.
BROWN'S
TRO0ORS
1 1 ,"Aolil hv all Ttravt.r. tirr. .
T nB camia a i.JX.fjl
ROBERTS a (AltCftl,. . .... rrM,,(
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bl South U-gh (trait, 0olaBt,Oi li
aar-deodla .
NOTICE!
rTUIEatlt-.CUI.Jfft 1VEES5'
JL vneing up But old btiiiim t ne, ai.o, t.,
prnson baring nuw.d wcount on hlj Kki eul M
glr them hnmadieieatiMiuoB.
rbie t. BAIN.

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