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VOL; VIL NO. 245. NEW SERIES,
;.C0L1IMBUS. OHIO. THURSDAY EVENING. MARCfl 21.1861:
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DAILY. TSI-WEXKLY Aim WEEKLY
MAN YPENNY & MILLER,
POBtIIH)EI AKD PBOPSIITOBI,
CT fiffie 0f. 86, 88 nd 40, Korth Elgk ft.
MJH WVAHUBLT IN ADVA501
- oy wo vomer, per WHI. 1116 Mnta
DO per year.
weekly,. I .- .
1 oo "
crma oc AdTertUlnr bf the lMre
n(iiut im..,990 00
On tmoLtbt IB 00
3n " ' OnoDthl 00
3n " Imouthi 10 00
3no , II noDthi H W
0d I month. 8 00
On tqaai S Mk. .4 09
On ' Mk. I 00
On " lwek... 1 TJ
On " ldr... 1 00
On " ' iiill.., TS
On " lionrtiM SO
Diipljre4 dvrtlMnenti Iul( or Bun the tbor
AdretUninenU tetded knd p1al In th eolamn of
All uulioetnqalrM to be published by lw, legal rate.
ii oriiereapm mm iniiae emasiYefy Mir ID IralireK
' per rent, nor thin the lT but nil each wil
tppMrln the Trl-Weekly without ohinre.
Builneii Oftnli, nolooeedlnn tre line, peryenr, In
nue. mi per line; ouuiae -t i- .
Notloeeof nee Uugi, otuirlULloi ocleUef , ftr oontptnl,
All trantttnt advtrtUtmmU nwl ft paid ftr n
(e(ftc Tbe rule will not be Tartedfnm.
' Weekly, euie price m the Dally, wher th kdrertlMf
teeui Weekly Hone. Where Ite Billy and Weekly
re both uel, then the charge terth Weekly will be
nl the ratee of the Dally.
No adrertltement taken except for a definite period
BUSINESS CARDS.
xEAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring; 4c Water St.,
Ooliimbufl, Olxlo
W. B. POTTS & OO,
MAOEdiaiOTO,
And Manufacturer! of Braa and Oompoeltlon Outing,
ainniKu oraee nor a oi an veeeripuoni.
Electro Plating and Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTING, &C.
febllHMiy i i
F. A. B. 8IMKI53,
Attorney at Xja-w
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
0S1 Ani'orif, Uolldlnr, oppoelte Oapltot Square.
' ' ' Columbus, omo;
OOLUMBUO
Machine Manufacturing Compaoj
''I
MaNOyaOTOMU or
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Oatttnfi, Kill-Qeulni, XAchlotrj.
Railroad Wprls,
of ivrr eiBcumoti. .
COLVHBVR, OHIO. .
0IIAS. AM BOS, Bup't. P. AMBOITreae.
aeoll, WirJ-tf ,,,, ,w . .. , ,
5 v'l
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Sayton ft Indianapolis!
Through to Indianaoolii without Change of Carl
and bat One Change of Can between
Columbus and St. Louis.
THREE TRAINS d"aILY FROM C0LUM
. -, x- BUS.--
nRSTTRAIN. ,
(Dully, Mondantxeepttd.)
NIGHT EXPRESS, Dayton, at 8:4 a. m.,itop
. ping at London, Xenia, Dayton, Middletowa and Hamil
ton, arriving at Otneiunati at 8:M a. m.tDaetoa at6:S
a.m.,Indianopoltat 10: id a.m.;kt. Loulaat U:50
P B' ' SECOND TRAIN." '"
A000MM0D ATI0H, at 6:10 a. a., atopplng at all BU
tlontbetweeuOolumbua and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
rlrlng at Cincinnati 11:0 n. b., Dayton at 9:1$ a. m.,
Indlanopolla if 8;S p. m. -
THIRD TRAIN. -
DAT BXPSIBS,at SiSOp. a., topping at Alton,
JeDereon, London, CUarleeton, Cedarrllle, Xenia,
Spring Valley, Oorwln, Morrow, Deerfleld, foeter'a,
Loreland, Mlllford and I lalnrtlte, arrlring at Olooin
nati at 7:S0 p. m. 8t. Lou la at i a; Daytom at p,
a Indlanopolla at 10:3tt p. n.
Bleeplayx Care oa all Pflrht Tralaa te
tJlnclanail ana laaianapalie.
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BAGGAGE CHECKED ' TIIROCGH.
f , 1 ' ' '
For furtherlcformation and Through Ticket, apply to
,.."".'.' M. L.DOIIBBII, ,
I Ticket Agent, TJnloa Depot, Oolumbua, Ohio. '
'J lti; iO f
- Jt. W. WUUVWAHD, ,.
, Superintendent, Cincinnati.
Jul3
a r -
-2 v- v.- ,. 5; , Apantj OoluhbM. ,'
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SOMETHING NEW;; -
h ow ard & jia o lb.
CALL. AT MO. S3, SOUTH HIGH ST.,
and eaamiM our new auk of ,
AMERICAN WATCHES,
annnfactured by It HOWARD h CO.', Btirton, Mae.
Theae Watehee are far auperiof to anything aver effeicd
to th public, heretofore. . Hating the axclunir agency,
1 can aell theot at price to euft the time, i I hare i oat
reoeired i Urge rtock 0fx
AMERICAN WATCHES, '
anufaolurel by ' AXFllfOir, til ACT, a CO alto;
flnauiortmentot ,; J . '
ENGLISH AND SWISS-WATCHES,
In Gold and BilTr-0arJ')tPank) price.
Jantl ' ... , T., H f' BAVAQI.
1 Art "lcn GBEEN a
lUUTKrt todoagprUnBlo
- 1 60 pookeui eld Dutch OoTerDmen
and BJLACK
tlx 1nnM.
i OorernBent Jara Coffee. ' ' ''
. 75bgerionOofre. ' ' ' '-
SOObbla.eaandardWhlU Sngar. CoBetori of Pow
4rd,Chni,hed, erannlated A and B Coffee.
SO qnlnUle Oeorg Bank Codflah. 3 J
. gobble. Meet and Mo. 1 MeokeraV- ?'" ; ''
5 to. Pick Salmon. ,lv.-. l i I
1(H) hi.. Layer KU l ne, ,. v-'u ;. j '.o
JUhf. bosdo do f : ')i.v:: ( V.
t100qntS do ';ido ;.): v! -n
ton hi OiMri. different brand and .rM. : ' .'"'
WM. McDOMALD..
' rHffi,i,-.c;il.lLIJSiY.5 ,y';
' -. And Blank-Eisok XSaanlaatiim
XO&TS HIGH K1XR, 00111X8111, QE10
aartt-SIp An'MX Ha '. ?0
FAMILY FLOCK
rHITlt WHEAT, BRANDED' '" L'
,8NQW,F.LAKSi.".., I..,,
From "BarnetUHlle," Springfield, 0.-th beet brand of
Flonr brought a ear Market. Batltaetlon guaranteed.
, rfM, McDonald's.
orff
A I.KKANDktbS Bn.la
LKXi
GLOVE
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BAtM.1
WH.U.
Wi,RtlBth.trl
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STONE'S BAZAAR.
No. 4 Gwviino !Block.
P. STONE & O'HARRi;
ABB NOW REOEI VINO TIIEIBTTIIV.
IBB OO0DB, and lnriUthe publl to lntpeot
the. Mo Inch itock of Ooodi hat rer been brought
thU market. The Booth, In oontequenc of th fallur
f th train erop, haa not been able to parehue th ne
alquanUty of rich food, and this fact haa forced th
Importer! to sell thea at publl auction. Our buyer
(Mr. itone) binc In Mew York at thea burn aalea. took
adnata of them, tAd we can and will Mil our roodt
sera, u imm loan maj mm wno puronaaea two week! tinoe,
paia lor mega u new xorav. uar itocK U aomplel
rtry department of
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS, ' ,
OTTOMAN VELOURS, - ;
BROCHE VA1ENCIA8,
- PRINTED MERINOS,
" ' ... PRINTED COBURG8
- DYED COBUGSi
sliALin ALrAbAo, '
ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
. POPLINS, PRINTS,
SHAWLS AUD CLOAKS
Rye Thausand' Dollars) Worth
Bought in One Day,
At half the Coat of Impentatlon
LADIES' FURS,
In alt Varletlee. ml , the Celebrated
nanafature f C. O. Onn
' " . there 4c Bon.
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT,
Men'a,talle nod Children1! Under Ihlrta and Drawem
Ladle. Mian and Children Hoelerj of all klnda, in
Wool and Lamb't Wool! fleecy Lined and Cotton OIotm
oi erery malt
A oomplete Mtortment
bf H the usual rwrie
tioiof .. .
LADIES' CLOTHS,
CASSIMERE3,
OVERCOATINGS,
. ... TWEEDS.
-t: RIBBONS,
' DRESS TRIMMINGS,
ladiei and Oe&t'i Linen Cambrlo Hand-
, ? kerohiefli, Ac, &o.:
To Mnon who sail on ne. we nlerlre anr wonla to
hoe them the largeat, beat o4eheaptt itock of Oood
erer aeen in mia market, or pay uraon dollar per
aeeiniyntawitw. BTOHB O HtSBA.
LATHROPp LUDINGTON & C0.
23 ft 25 PASK PLACE, ', .
i 20 ft 22 KUBSAY BTBEET,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF.'
Foreign and Domestio
DEY GOODS
FOR CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT.
;8gBTJGv-l861v
We are opanlnr. at ooeaapl warerooma. at the abor
numbera, ateeka of Oooda In oaeh ef the aU deparunenta
i our Duaioaa. euperlor to anything w bar Heretofore
CLOTH DEPARTMENT.
Thu ha vrown to it nreaont maraltud under th
fhoronth maoaarment of a borer of lonr txiierleno and
acknowledged good tail. , W keep txtenaiTt line of
uauneiiana cnoieeet . .
FANCVVESTIG$
: AND :. "
FANCY GASSIMERES
To be found la th market, all (elected With th nloeet
diaoruntnatloa. Alao, all iradn, colon and rarleue ofj
BROADCLOTHS, , '
. SATINETS,
LADIES' CL0AINNG3,
... -r - TWEEDS,
IABMIRB' and MERCHANTS' CA88IHIBI8,
KIKTUCKT JIANS, from 9X to 12 eenU per yard
and npwardi;
TWIIDB, 19 to 15 cent peryard-laat pear told at
18 to JO; . )
J PRINTED SATIN ITS, at 14 eentt; . . '
. And tthtr Qoodt comtpondinglf Low.
'" iDress-Qoods Departmpt. :
Muchetur D Lalnea,
Hamilton do.
Pacifio. do.
Printed Lawn,
Printed Brilliant,
Fancy Olnghanu,
Bombaalnei,
Black Bllka,
- Fancy Bilk. '
Printed Oballl.
Maoeheater Glnghama,
" Olaegow do.
1 Clinton I ' do.
Ottoman Olotha, '
Alpaoaa,
Pop Una, '
J AndthNaStltctStyUf
FANCY SPRING GOODS.
Herrlmae Print,
Ooeheao do.
FaelBo do...
Richmond' Print!,
American do,
Dunnell' " do.
Kngllah ' ' do.
Bpragur do.
Manchetr, o. Print, dto.
i IXDMESTIO CXJTTON8.
Lawrence 0. Bheellnga, Atlantis A, Sheeting,
Btark
Amoakeag
do.
do.
Lathrop
Bhawmut
Poeaaret
. ' f
.00.
do.
do.
'ppietoa,
Irerett
do.
:J
All Grtdet and WidlhiJ
BtlAOniD BHIRTINQB AND 8HE1TINQB.
Waniuttn, D wight, : ;:- ,lnnmaM,
Lonadal, r . , Clreat Fall, Maumkeag,
.BUI, :: Waltham, t : , froou,
.1 RwTprkMHU,to.,o. "
SHAWLS ANMANTILLAS,
I 4 LABOg AMD MUtCT aMOHTMtllT.
OOTTONADIS a gnat variety riii.i i t
OHHOKS do. . , , ,:.,..,..!
TICKINUS-all the Hading brand, , .
DBNIMS do.' i-.. i do-..., v.. - ... ,') "
8HIBTINO SruiPIB-all th kadln brand,
MaNKBKNS I-- do. . , , do ,
OOB8KT JIAMS do. do.
MOIUBNB - " 1. do.
DAMAHK8, PAPBH OAMBRIC8, OOLOBXD CAM-
U KJOB,c.,to. eu.,: ..-.t,,,,,,... .V
LARGE AND: COMPLETE STOCKS OF
warn good
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i BOSISSTr
:' i .TAim jronoB,
Gentlemcii's FiiriiisliiBg JGocds, 4
I UMBREtLAS AliD PARASOLS,
CABPETS AND OILoCLOTHS,
a rml rarlety of Oood Dot DUmra(ei-ll of
And
which we pledge ottnelV to aell at the lowft mark
pHott th larger portion at froia 10 to f 0 per pent, Jeea
UTHROP, LUDINGTON & CO,
ji 1 1 ri'.'.r
nuu' t.iVJ
HEW YORK. ?
Irish Linen Goods.'
HttaRhanthd-pabrio .......
Ill' Linen Shirt Boeome plain and Taooy
Shirting ami lorn, Llnna.
. Linen Bheettnre and Pillow Caetnge. i.-r-i.
'Ltara Oambrte and Las knwne. I ''
' ' - r- -. ,. - tHekee-lmaah1,!! kJ.
Urieai Naxkroa ami rrOriieea .
i linen Table Olomeand Mn linX-A
;:; IWnvU Towel with eoH,4 bordera'it
ilnya S'rOow.rinir.nd Omb. n-5
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' It fully prepared to exKUt In the '
MOST. ELABORATE MAMfc"
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BILL. HEADS,
WOTEsI ' " '
DRAFTS, -J.J
CHECKS, ;
CIRCULARS, '
PAMPHUTS,
LITTiEB BXADSr
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HQAL BLANKS,
DRAT BICXTPTS,
LABELS, CARDS,
INTBLOPIS, '
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RAILROAD, INSURANCE,
And every deacrlptton of
LETTER PRESS PRINTING,
Xfual to any BrtabllihBBit la the State, 'tad npon
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Daily, per pear. .i I00
t Tri weekly, per ear..".-f v,-"v' ; ou
Weekly, per yeai, I 00
March—The Blustering Month and its Characteristics.
' "Be patlenl.'iwalm; the roel teemlngwinl
Blnw not in vain. Far hncthv keep renreeaed
Thedep,nln elonde ma elood aarakargtd with
! That, o'er th vast Atlantis hither horn
la endleee train, would quench th Bummer blue,
And, eheerleaa, drown th eraile, unriponed year.
: Th North ! ipendJ hi rage; he, now that up
. Within hi Iron cave, th ffiuiT South
. Warm the wide air. and o'er th void of heaven .
Breath th bigcl.nda with vernal ahowera dlatent."
THOMSON.
" Maren tea conflict between the wlnda of the
North and the South, and in this respect the oil-
mate of America at tola aeaaon bean a oloee re-
aemblauce to that of Britain. ' The itme Golf
Stream that flowi along, .our ooatt, produoing
tuoh marked changes our temperature
tweesB the westera ahoieatlteisBd and Eur
land, carrjlDg the heat Of tropioal tea, and
the floating wrecks of tropioal lands, thoupandt
of mllea toward the'polee. The Laplander
cooks hie reindeer steak, and bolls hie teakettle,
If he Indulges In that luxury, with the -palms
that were floated out into the Caribbean Sea.
Ae we are nearer to the tropics, and the Gulf
Stream has a higher temperature, and as our
northerly wind come over soow cIad-lands.we
bare greater alternations of heat and cold in
iprioK, than are known In Eneland. Theeesud
den changes are the characteriBtlo features of
tnis month. To flay we nave the wind from be
yond the (treat lakes, and the thermometer toes
down to the neighborhood of cero. To-morrow
It oomes from the warm South, bearlne rain.
laden clouds snd the balmy air of the Mexican
Gulf. Now we have fierce snow-storms and
E Inching frosts, and it would seem that Winter
ad resumed his iron sway. Again the snows
dissolve, the banks disappear from under the
walls, ana m sneiterea nooks tne mss line its
green spires above the withered vegetation 'of
the old year. '
Holding oan be more charmlns than these
first Indications of spring, after the lone and
dreary winter. The notes of the bluebird are
heard in the orchard, and be is seen peeping
into tne anomoie mat ne ocoupiea in ine sum.
mer. A stray robin Is seen hopping on the
meadow In search of crabs. What lands hare
they visited while their old haunts have been
wrapped in snow! The wild e-eese fly over
head in long wedge-shaped Bocks, seeking their
oreeaing pieces on tne coast 01 JUabrador, and
furtner ootid . . Tnis is a sign, universally
oepted, that winter is broken The unerring
ininnct . oi toe oira aoea not Dusn nortnward
until certain oi nnoine a congenial clime low
laying its eggs and for brooding, The ducks
In
ter
are disappearing from the bays and inlets along
the shore, and seeking by easy fiicht the same
northern retreats.i ,Tbey know their appointed
season., . And among domestio animal there
are toheering Indications of earing. , It i will
soon be yeaning time with the flocks and herds,
and the boys and girls will be trejoioing over
the oalvea and lambs, that son suddenly and
mysteriously make their; appearauoe in the
yard. . Though all is dead yet in field and for
eet, there is a stir of preparation that heralds
the ooming spring. The buds swell a little in
the bright warm days. The water runs mer
rily from the dripping eaves and spouts, and
the uncovered earth drinks la the flood, and
the cheering rays of the , sun. 1 Could these
sunny days last, the spring would be upon us
at once. But here la the fatal weakness of
this fickle month. She doee nothing peralet
eutiy, ana oiteo closes in snow Dinks ana frost,
apparently as dead as December.
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[From the N. Y. Times.]
The Assailant of Fort Sumter
A merchant of this cttyiwho was allowed to
tee tbe mucn-vaunted "rloating Battery,'
while recently on a visit at Charleston, has sent
u the following: ' ' "V - '
"After much difflculty, I obtained a permit
to visit tne rioanng Battery that we bave all
heard to much about. Acoompanled by one of
tne uovernor s Aias, ana met by Lieut. Hamil
ton at tbe entrance, we crawled through the
gun holes, and stepped on the main deck. : The
first Impression is that of immense solidity.
Tie out or gun siae is covered with six
males of iron two of thenx, of the T rail
road pattern, placed hwlsontally, and the
other four, bolted one over tbe other in the
strongest manner, and running vertically. The
wall ef the eunhide la full four feet think-. nn
etruoted or that peculiar Palmetto wood, so full
fibrous material tbat sixty four pounders can
notpleroe them. ' The main dock it wideand
roomy, in nineteen open chambers, on the
port side of the deck, we foand a profusion of
toot unty-iour pounaers, while lust bevond
them te an Immense alio of sand bags, which
protect an over-hanging reof, under which is to
placed the hospital.. This also protects tbe
augtslnes, (three in number.) nnder which Is
the bold proper. There are six entrances to the
hold, wnlon will contain, if neeesaary, over three
hundred men. - When it is finally : moored near
Sumter, there will be four heavy wedeea driven
down by a species of a ram, whfoh will hold it
last, and prevent any swaying around by tbe
tide. Although not versed in military matters.
should say that 1U immense strength of Pal
metto loss and Iron combined, with a hnmiv.
proof roof over all. will make it perfectly lm
pervtene to anything that Major Anderson can
bring to bear against It. While thus secure,
inventor claims that he oan' easily effect a
breach in: tbe weak aide of the fort. -lb will
cost to complete, $15,000.". i.a i list; (tmuaix.-.
up
for
thc
In
we
the
tbat
died
tbe
New
lived
have
aa
Iy,
t
nave
fully
true.
on
on
at
by
the
One Hundred Years Age.
On hundred yean ago there was tot a eincle
white man in udio, Kentucky, Indiana or Illi
nois Territories. 1 Then,' what is Vow the moat
flourishing part of America wu aa little known
the oouutry round the ' Mouofrtns-of the
Moon; It was not until 1769 tbat the hunter
Kentuoky,1 tbe gallant and adventurous
Boone, left hie bone in North Carolina to be
come tb first settler of Kentucky. The first
pioneer of Ohio did not settle till twenty years
after tbat time. -: A hundred year ago. Canada
belonged to France, and the whole population of
united states aid not exceea a million' and
half of peopled A hundred years ago, the
out,
this
.
great
great Frederick of Frussia was performing those
great exploits which have made him immortal in
military ansais,: ana wiut cis lime csooareby
sustaining a, single banded oentest : with
Russia. Austria and 1 ranee, the three neat
powere of Europe combined. A hundred years
ago, the United States were tbe most loyal part
the British Empire, and on the political borr
Itoa no speck Indicated the struggles, which
within a score of years thereafter established
greatest Republio of the world; 'A Hundred
years ago; there. were but fournewspapersln
Amerfoa) eteam engines had not been imagined,
railroads and telegraphs had -not entered
Into the1 remotest conception of man.n Whan
come to', look back at it through the vista of
Btttory, we-'nna-.tbat the century whloh has
Dsssed bas been allotted to more- important
events, In their bearing vpon-the happiness of
woria, inao aunost any omer wblch bas
elspsed elnoe the ,ereatioa, A hundred years
hence, what will be tbe developments 1, , u
' 1 "
-.CO
y. 1 ' T" .j, i
Cairxxsemss br PgDwtta 'iit.AuiiucaDr,'
Curtis, , in bis last State Registration , Report,
ipeaks of a marked neglect of the American
people as follows : "'" , : - vo, , V
More attention Is given In this country to the
pedigree of nnlmals than of human beings, and
many persons can tell the siact genealogy of a
favorite horse for several generations, who do
know, the maiden names of their own grand
mothers, W would it be possible for them to
ascertain the fact from an v , legal record. . It
would probably be impossible for a large portion
tbe middle-aged men and women la the
United States to proro that their Own parents
were) erer married, and that they hare any ie-'
lltUnate tight to the same
they bear.' '
Career of a Rich Man.
. We have seen It stated lately, upon what ap
peared to be reliable authority, that the wealth
of William B. Aator, of New York, amounts to
at least forty millions of dollars. It is enrions
to trace this broad yellow stream to its first little
beginnings in tne early career or John Jacob At'
tor, father of the present millionaire. 1
From a sketch of this remarkable man, which
appears In a Work entitled "Fifty Years in Both
Hemispheres, by Vincent Notte, we learn that
John Jaoob Astor was born at Heidelberg, where
the original name of his family is said to have
been Ascbter, ana that be came to new xorr
as a furrier's apprentice. He was at that time
as poor as any other apprentice boy then or now
in New York. The wages be got in the peltry
warehouse for beating out and preparing various
skins he invested in the purchase of all kinds ot
peltry bear, mink, and rabbit skins which he
got from the Indians, woo at that time wander
ed about the streets of New York, and as soon
as ha bad oollected a certain quantity he sent
them to Europe, particularly to the Lelpsio fair,
There, it is stated,' be traded them off for
Nuremberg wares, chssp knivss, glass beads,
and other articles adapted to trade with the In
dians on the Canadian frontiers, and took them
himself to the latter points, whors he again ex.
changed them for furs of various' kinds. ' He
has often told Mr. notte mat ne carnea on tnis
work untiringly for twelve long years, going In
person, alternately, to the Canadian frontiers,
and then to the Lelpsio fair, and lived all the
while, as he had been accustomed to do. hum
bly and sparingly. ' After he had thus managed
to bring together1 a considerable capital, be
gradually became a freighterjof ships, and fitted
out expeditions to the Northwest coast, to trade
with the Indians or Nootka Sound for furs.
Another and very considerable round np the
ladder or lortune was taken by Astor in land
speculation. Some of his countrymen owned
land in New York by virtue of being relations
and nelrs or Uerman soldiers who bad fought in
the American army In the Revolution, and to
whom UongresB bad voted land in consequence.
Many of the eoldlers died without converting
tneir property into money, ana Astor. alter a
visit to Heidelberg, made arrangements with
the heirs which were mutually agreeable; tbey
thinking it better to have a little ready cash
than to own a great deal of land, tbe value of
which was very elow In Increasing, and be hav
ing the foresight to anticipate and the patience
to,await tne result. "
So the heirs got their money, and Astor ob
tained their land, some of which Is now among
the most Important in the city of New York.
this way a fortune of twelve millions of do!.
lars was accumulated. The vast increase un
der the management of bis son, Wo. B. Astor,
Esq., shows that be inherits tbe energy and
bnalneas habits of his father, but affords no such
demonstration or money-making genius ss
the 'career oi John Jacob. Indeed, the lat
is reported to have said that it cost him more
trouble to make tbe first thousand dollars than
Baltimore American.
....
Tax Land oF CoMTaaaixs. In Australia the
north Is tbe hot wind, and the south the cool,
tne westerly the most unhealthy, and the east
the most salubrious; it is summer with the col
onists when it is winter at borne, and tbe ba
rometer Is considered to rise before bad
weather and to fill before good: tbe awana
are black, and the eagles are white; the mole
ys eggs, and bas a duck's bill; the kangaroo
(an animal between the deer and the eauir.
rel) has five claws on his fore paws, three tal
ons on bis bind legs like a bird, and yet hops
on ' his tall. There , la a bird (melliobaga)
wblch bas a broom in its mouth Instead of a
tongue; a fish, one-half belonging to genue
rara, and the other that of aqualus. The cod
is found in the river and perch in tbe sea; tbe
valleys are oold and the mountain tops
warm; tne neuie is a tony tree, tne poplar a
dwarfish ehrub; tho pears are of wood, with
stalks at tbe broad end: tbe cherrv crow
the atone outside I the fields are fenced
with mahogany; the hnmbleet house la fitted
with cedar, and tbe myrtle plants are burnt
fuel; the trees are without fruit; tbe flowers
without toent, and birds without song.
Rxv. Hinbt (Wabo Bxxohh on Whitnit.
iMVXNToa of thi Cotton Gin. Beecher,
bis Rochester diatribe, said: ,
"The South sucks the Northern bosom and
fill It with milk.. VVe work and thev rear
fruit of our toil. We Invented the means of
prosperity. Whitney made the cotton gin
Las done so much for the South, and he
a poor man, aa they cheated him out of
reward of bis toll. -. Ch valrvl Chivalrvl"
Eli Whitney left an estate of about $200,000,
wnion tne record or tne rrooate oiuee at new
Haven, Conn., can show.'
Tbe widow and family of Mr. Whitnev. at
Haven, bave, from the time of hie death,
In affluence from tbe estate, which, must
been well known to Henry Ward Beech or,
oin laiuer ue nev. ivman ueecaer. u. u.
bis daughters, andotber branches of bis fami
if not even himself, Henry Ward Beecher,
. - - l .1 , . a . .....
partazen oi toe wiaown oospituity.
i ne conclusion is tneretore to be drawn from
Henry Ward Beecher's statement that he will
stated what be knew to be false and cn-
'
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i. x, x.xsret.1u !(,
.; a,
i-
STTha Nashville Aofeseef closes an editorial
"Editorial Visibility." thnsj m h. . rj i;.
The Rev. Mr. was preaohlog at an ap
pointment sot so intelligent aa Virginia audi
ences generally are. Hie text was Si Cor. 4
looking not at the things which are seen, but
the things whiob are not eeen-t-e good text
the way., The preaoher had oeoaaion to nse
words visible and invisible. "Now, breth
ren," quoth be, "some of yon may not under
stand these words. -1 will explain them to 70a."
Stretching up at full length, with arme extended
Do you see ma new 1 Y-c-s. Well, this is
Squatting down behind the pulpitit
one ot those old-time high ones he cried
dt profundi, "See me now? No. Well,
Is insiiiMe."
RiLict or EatLV Timis. An interesting dis
covery has just been made at Trikala, near
Corinth. ' It consists of an antique bronxe vase,
oontalning nine1 thousand oneliundred and sev
enty coins, in excellent preservation, ' The most
modern of them date from" the time of the
Aohsian League, two hundred and eighty years
before the Christian era. The rase has been
presented to the Queen of Greece, who takes
interest in anoient art. ; ,
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Peak and kit tk 'Weetera niarlea. h. .
antly litnaled and thiiring eenaty eeat, end xamrtrely
ennioun, wiu w uminmii n lur am row eum el e 1JUU
arr neat, and th kalane In January foliowlnr. with Id,
lerett.. - Th aMttarlai i all noarry new, aad H well at-
orted. The offioa pay abaat (3,01.0a yenr The paper
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QF or farther parUeular addme . . . r
0 Editor Pntt, Oeorgetown, Petit. Co. , Mo.
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1 ' Xloorg W. Alien. J . ,. ( , . -N.'t .j,-,.
BT VIRTVFi OF. A WRIT OF FI.FA.
to me directed from the Superior Court of Franklia
county, Ohio, I will offer for ml, la the town of New At
bany.etUMMotarooeacr . W AJIen,a lot ef Dry
oooda and Jietiona, brrM on a. th property of fl. W.
Allen; aala eowimenciog on 84TDF.DAI, th tOth day of
March.A, D. W61,at lOe'clook A. M. ,
' aaHeh IlllOld in - y Id. barm, PepV
Ftialr'sfM.S5.Mi !;, t .,'V.,i.
PKAHkl BaVAHejUI. .. , . ,. ... ..
I.SOO th. Ifadiaon, Watt a Oe'a nura. !.
eated Pearl Btarch, a urrtor article, rewired la .tore
eataueny : 1 smut aKaliaADX, ... i m
eetSIl -f, 0iij mi-t,!. Smteaaaa taiUaa (,
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GREAT SLAUGHTER!
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IN
DRY GOODS
KrJAPP & CO.'G
NEW STORE.
From and after this data we shall
REDUCE THE PRICE
OF OUR WINTER GOODS
TWENTY FIVE FEB CENT,
IN ORDKB TO BUKI BOOM FOX OCX
SPRINGSTOCK.
ill,J
Our assortment is still good,
;
and it is known to every
:! ' , one that our
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
In . . .
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL,
1 80 DO NOT' FORGET THE '
!.:. 1 "I
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SOUTH JTJGH STREET,
OOXXJIVIXJTJO,
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i
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QUBTAIRS aad regular ahap Black BidOlovea,
embroidered In whit, magenta, purple, o. Tjndreaaed-
Glove. Mlaaea Btd ttlevw. Aeompleaaseortmeat
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IlflATF. THIS DAT ADMITTED BIT
Son JAMBB ADwBH BAItf ai partner In my buer
a, which will nafter b conducted snderth flic
Bala a Boa. I , P. BAIN, K South Uttb Be.
Colnabaa, let IS, 18CI. rebld .
HE HP AND COTTON ROPES, ,
4 ... 1 ..jj, , tvtnM, -'
Bed OtrdaaadCaadi.WVk, .,, :
foriaawy ,,,,, It'IUCS a BBSTHAOX,
ot7 .
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Mo. I Pickled Herring In (tore, Air sale by
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STOCK
" ' ' "' ' CONSISTS OF ' '''
assart-..
WORCESTER'S
ROYAt QUARTO DICTIONARY J
au bosspesk jisetnu tai LssL
"Taa Haet RellaMa taaara A"a
taaritp ai ta BllaSiif apaa,
i8wiriiitWFJawa
"THS SXSt IKQIiISH WCTIOKAAf
mrmtf Jfea JhtrptUi, .:" -
'B e ar a
e ar apward ef a Daodi Tkeaaand WmL
malUfarion aaaanlng. and dwtentlona. nu, ir'i .
who
with theli lemot pelUnf ,wad yrennnelatlon ereMaii t,i
aetberore lb . . ' .v. x.,. j . ., jj-.o ;, 7, ,,.,
Seat tUVtcUlon of tJU JtmUri mf tU OiUgtoU
I ' AmwQmmr 9 eaarfwea. ;... ' v. t ,-A
Th unJnreliail hhjImi. - ---- - -
AMOdatlon. adoot ui aim -
and apeaktng, the ertbognpby aatl praanaoiarlee
WoroeeUr'a Boeal Oatrta - -
dlally rMoeaatend It aa tba moot reliable etajadardaa
thorlty of the Xnillak laacaag. K J aew writaw a4
pokeo.. ...
toamAjrravra,FmUentKeafmOolleie.. :
?: if?,' SBpwlnlendenl BaaaarUlaSehoal '.'.. .
Tao. W. Hanvrr. Bnp't Mart loo Bate, tcgJl
M. F. Oownaaf , Bup't Fnbll Behool. taoavakv. , Ll
JoB Lvnca, Bip'IFablle Seboot. ClnlvlliiT , -. i
S. N. BaaToaa, Principal Oimlaad Ftmnli Itimtni
W . kf rtxaax, Snp't Publl SchoeU, kt!'UnW . , ,
Joan Oonan. PrineiDal atata Maraai aiti- an-. i!
sot. - . Z . T. ,n,T
Orana Hiuv. vrfj,lnl limth Ti.... ii , au& ,
Cincinnati. ... ..V.
H. B. Maara, Snp'l Canton TJnloa SehooM. . , . .
kawm Bao.v, Principal tlcNeely Honaal School. '
ku T. Tanua, Frof . Malheaaatlce, Ohio- DaivetattjtSX
" W. Kawaaaa, Bap't Troy liojon See. 7, w,
A. 0. Bantu. Frianina.1 VmM uwa, mk.l fli
land. " .
8 A. Koatoa, Aaoeiate Frtocipal Sigh Staeet, Clerr' '
land 7.:....vawei
TatonoRB Sntuira, Principal Hit tUfeoVCMv.
land. . f , ITi
B. F. Bcatimw, Principal Cleveland Inatlnte. I I
J. A.
uanruxn, rrMiaent of Alee tie aawtitaia, Bt- -
W. L ILutai. Prof, of fThamlrtnr frhu V.l. '
Onlreralty. -.
. B. B. Baanr, --rl '-1 rrffftaana fnanli. .
Obi. " '
lium kfoxaoa. Prof. Khetorio. Oberttn Oolite.
T3 - . . . .1 1. M . . .
0. W. H.
n lww, M"" va.. ' ....
School, Dayton.
v.intui, a-rei, aatntaallc, Bisk
B. O. OnEMnansaL Fnrf.
LnwagS Stifh Sokoea.
Dayton.
. m. AaaM.eopHTr.u.a.wt., tif-M
Mort Oam Sim JItmdrtd otk AeSfali mf OJU.
9; Fnfart, Autkort mm DUUmtmimkdtSiwo
tort, Aac mdortd Uim mbomm ntlmm.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO. 3
BUanrrTA Couane "It k tralv n mr,l1lm
as honor to th author, th puMJebere, aad at whole
eouotry." Prarident Andrewe. 7-
Omo WntxTij TJanmirt.-Tr -aaeiiS. ........
tioa. T -in i TntnTT-nh. ... .7..-.
elation, and will often b eatieaiM by aa for Ms newt
aad aocarat deflnlUon." Preeldaat Tliiipeen
ft. K. Fcximo Ootitoa "Heretofore w harenaad
Webatcr'i orthocraohr. At a. mi 1 mi
Facnlty.lt wa decided to chaore It to eoafona aa that
of WorpHtlr'l Kom Onaria IiltlMt.M " r
Garfield. '
Vrmu Btinvi Caiieoe. T flnA u awia. mt
oordial approbation. rPraiownt Bltctooook.
Osiatni Coutoa. "It more fhan ( aw
Hone. I reeommend It ai the Maodard tothavltyhi
orthoepy te my children aad ay T-rl'i " fimiii
Morgan.
AwTtooa Couaei. "I edoctandaim tt aee kl teach.
big, writiogand epeakiag, the orthography and vmet.
dauon of Woreeater't Moyal Quarto DleUonarv."
Preeldent Bill. '
' "In all my writing, apeaklng.ane taathlag. I Bave en.
d savored to eonform a ah rale for ortboanph aad
prmuKfctlraM contained i Woroeatar' fiktlocmry.''
-Bone leans, lata FmMaat. v - v.v
Kurroa Couaoa, Qutann 'I meet cordially reocea
aond it aa the meal reliable tbmdard aulkeeitr eg kWe
Baglleh langnag It a now wilu aad apokea."
Pieaident Anditw.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OBIO.
frrnmltet. Anton Smytk, CbmnUmiattr ef Qmmmn,
&A00U OUo.
"tat Dictionary to as taaparlahabl mranmant te the
warning and Induelry of II author, end aa kaao tm da
wvrid of letter. Th SMcbanical Maoatton teniT
rlor to that of aoy otW Lnlcoa with ahka I aaVao.
qualnled." : . -'T
Trom Bo. B.
(mtMt nlitM ttaaduvt tttiWftr U h
what aa uJi
r-adina Kerwsrpapara of Ohio 8ay ,
irotnOt CZevetead Stroll eJbjrcAaf. , ' ..j
aaedt
VL ,f ' woroanaf vietleaar a that, I
iedbv moat. If not all. n ji.mIITT r "T "1.1-
country 1
onntry and Inglasd, and eanmra to she aeatofni aaaM 1
of ordinary wriur and aneakan.
Whatever prejudice may hare erlateJ bmi.i. ' '-ui
rarul .tnit aT ihl. miii i , -. . . '
bl record of the learning of ltoeaaoilar.
Here ar aownrda af a hunJiaJ a a . .
badand lsdUf.r.nt-.wbc anltUartamEglS
derivation, together with their comet eIlu7nT pro
nunciation, are sat clearly be, the ihVTrSta
1 .. AiMaaunioi AngUM Word
erer publlthed. - aivtw
lyidentrv Woacarrn'e n..-. - ' ' .' V.
ea
..-r"-:.j:'T,,"?nT :iowwa r
j.7 r'1'" " S" aaonia, and a deal re -'
add tto th well Mleeted Utowry, ae ltlargVor eo.lL -It
U a library in lleelf. and will Li. 7 -l.TT
MMd.andeanby no poaibUlty auSer by buZ m
ootrovany. . ... , Jrr. sj.
from Ut4 7Uds Aad e Jdp 9s. .f ' .' m m
At to HonirainATiaaL Waa .
follows by oar beat aithoTi. d.flnUlooeLT: "3
nothing totoMrad. nod In O.-rwoo. u i fflcW '
to My that Woaxavna oaa be safely foltoaiT-TTT.
! ' . - . INOnABX dfc BR1CQ.
Pabllshers, BeakselUra liatleaers. "
Wrt. tat RTTDnnrns a "
eJ SaJl cui
tnmntk to IA4 rofVw ofl
F(JMA,U t.pRsrFaS r'f'
aasifltiatwT? ,
aew aro aware 01 tne Hnponanea ar
1 or in tmportano of ekeeklae a Oaoeh
IU Bret .tag.; iha? alii llX
iyKldk eaalld raeaedjv WwllJtij
lung. "JSrowaZai.TTr.1
er " common uom" i
betinnioe won Id
eoon attacaa tne
oontalning demuloeut logredieola, iu. -.-?" .
Bronchial Irritation. "aaafj4l
Bronchial IrriUtioa.
BBOWM'S
"That trouble hi m .l .'if 1
.1.. ,n : nor wnicn
TEOCBSS
often a mere whiaperer." awajt.
jnm. are aaneeinal h..i ;
BKOWM'S
TR00BB8
1 aav, a. OrlAPIa.' t '
BEOWM'B
TBOCHSBl
. BBNBT WARS BX10fntE.' Lili'w
Ahnoet Inetant mIM ta .ii ..i?::i"",w
tabor af areatbiogpwniara. Aeroi.r-O'iT
BKOWM'S
"Contain a Opiem ar n,thu,g UiuA '1
91aa.;.S C.j
TRO0BS3
BROWN'S
TROCBIB
.. f. alORIW,
AWoi. . JJ
BROWN'S
"BeaefloUI la Baoiwyim."
TBOCBESj
KR...f..lAijk,'"'1 '
it, r . ,.
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