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VOL. VII. : NO 24C; NEW Spip. ,, COLUMBUS. OHIO.; FBIDAY! EVENING. MARCH ,22. 1861.
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DAILY. TEI-WEEiLY ASD WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MlLLEn,i
PUBII8B1B8 AITD PBOPBIZTOBS.
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XtO&tt Km. 80, 81 tad 40, forth High It.
; ;Tmi8ii!iyAEiiBi,y wr idvamoi.
OatljFi n . . , $6 00 p4X 7U.
io vanior, per mx, Mitt
rrl-waaMr . . . '., 00 mi;
1 00
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emit o: Adrortlalnar br the 8anr.
On sqaart 3 rati. .94 00
On . WMki., 3 U0
One lWMk... 17
Ob ' ": ldyi... 1 00
One " 8 days ... 75
One ,. " 1 lQMrUoa 60
D I4turs I yei . . , 30 00
One . ' , !i Bio&tht 18 00
One 6 month! 15 00
Dnft :i BOBthe 10 00
0m !i nonthf 8 00
Ine 1 month. 5.00
Dliplnyed tdrertlnaixtiU half mora than tht abort
rutoa.
AdreHlaeitaenl leaded and placed In the oolumnof
Bwscial Notices," doublt tht ordinary ratM.
Alt uuUee required tg be eubllthedbT law, lefealntea.
ii omereu on tne tnaiae exclusively alter the llrat week
per cen:, more tnan tne above ratei; tint ill inch ail
appear in the Trl-Weeklr withontcharn. -j i i
Mnalneas Canlj, not exceeding five Unea) peryeai, In
u, ifvmr line; oaiaiae f
Notices of meeting!, chart tablet oeietiei. Art eompanle.
to., hall nrlce. '
AU tranrltnt advtrHimMntt mutt b4 paid for in
a Inane ty role will not be varied frem.
Weekly, tame prioe aa the Daily, w bare the adrartiaar
et the Weekly alone. Where 'ha Sail and Week It
are iotn need, men we enarge it-rtne weekly will
a ill the mtviol the Dally. '
No adTertltement takes except for a definite petted.
BUSINESS CARDS.
E.AGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring 4c Water 8t.t
Oolumbus, Olxlo
W. B, POTTS & CO.
And Manafactnrera of Braat and Oompoettioa CaaUnga,
r ..r mijiita arm itoim en voscnpuoni, ,
Electro Plating and Gilding It
STENCIL CUTTING. ft'C.
fal 0-dly .
, , F. A. B. SIMKIH3, .
Attorney At XaA-w
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Oflloe aiubn Dalldlng, erpoilte Capitol Iquare.
" ooi.TJWBn8.oino,
OOX--CTI.133TTO
Machine Manufacturing Companj
tt&r TaaTo o o oejso.o 9f?TT"
tfaMDVAOTOtlU 0 - '
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
CMtiBft, MUl-arlBg, Machinery , "
... .',;,.-UIO,., , '
H..ilroa,cfl Work
.i. Of (ir UlSCaUTIO.
cui.rnnrs, OHit.
GRAB. AMU08, Knp'l , . P. AMB08,iTreu.
deoll, IRW-tf , "
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Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton & Indianapolis!
Throngb to lndiankoolia without Change of Cart
and bat One Change of Cars between ...
Colurabos and St. Louis.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM C0LUM
BUS.
FIRST TRAIN. '
(Dally, Monday! excepted. 1
NiatlT IXPKK88, via Dayton, at 9:45 a. .,eto
ping at London. Xenia. Dayton, Hiddletown and Ham
ton. arriTlng at Cincinnati at 8: JO a. m. I Day torn at 6:45
a. m., Indianopolliat 10:48 a. m.; ft, Louliat 11:50
SECOND TRAIN
ACCOMMODATION, at 8:10 a. m., (topping at all Sta
tiom between Oolnmbu and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
nrtng at vmeionati ii:u a. m., uay ton at v:u a.
IndlanouoliiaIS.S8p.nl. .. , ,
THIRD TRAIN.
DAT IXPBE83,at 8 JO p. m., (topping at Alton,
JeOeraon, London,- Oharletton, OodarrUla, Xenia,
Spring Talley, Oonria. Worrow, Deerfield, toittr'a,
Lor land. Hillfordand V lain till. arrtTin at Cinoin-
naU at 7:20 p. m.i Bt. Louli at 18 m; Carton at 5:35 p.
., inaianopoiiiai : p. m. i
Sleeplnsr Car an all Nlfrht Tralne ta
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROCGII.
for further information and Through Ticket, apply to
m. u. uvniaii,
Ticket Agent, TJntoa Depot, Oolnmbu, Ohio.-
W. WOODWAED,
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
tl I I ? II r . JHt, w. UOHKItTX
JulJ
' Agent, Columboa,
To
SOMETHING 2 NEW?
mmm fie- - v ,
HOWAHDQO'B.
AMERICAN; WATCHES, ; "
CALL AT NO. 83. SOUTH niGH ST.,
and xamloe ear new make ol . . , . ' . ,,
AMERICAN WATCHES,
manufactured by 1. UOWARD CO , Boeton, Matt.
These Watches are far inperior to anything erer offered
to the publlo, heretofore. Bariog the axoliulr agency,
1 can sell them at prie to rait the time. I hate Jolt
fvr AMERICAN WATCHES,
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manufactured by APPLEION, TRACT, kCO J alio, a
aue aaiutiiMatef 11 '- '
a ENOLISH AND 8VISS tVATCHES.
la 8oM and BUrer Oaaei, at Paaia prtc. t
- Jan3 '"-; ' ' IT.J. 8ATA0I,
J.;-", '' ., Jut BecelMdl ' ;. :;'..;..
1AA "F' cn ctREEit ana black
1UUTKAS lOO bag! prim Rio Cent
i 60po:' old Dutch QoTiroment Jar Ooffe. '
7 UbeiriCejlon Coffee. " ...
2 OO bbl. '"rd Whit 8ng.r, eoAilittng Of tow
dred.Ohrut.hed.OrMnl.tMAfadBCotre.
SO quintal! Oeorg Bank Ooduilu.
90 Dbl. Uei and No. 1 Maekerel. '
O ice. rity vsinn.
lflObx,
51 nr.
Layer Raisin.
box no , ao
:i
lOOor.boa d d
tDO M Olgiri, different bread and grade
ir
WM. leD3NAT4v
M. C..lILLEY
BOOIX ,.33ITI23X1.
AnrJ Blank-Book Mannianturer. r
NORTH HIGH KBSZf, OOLTOBITB, OHIO
marll-dly
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EA1TUI.Y fLOlJB. . ; ,,
HITU WHEAT BRANDED? v 1
from " Barnttt Mill," Sprlngfltld, 0. th beei brand of
Flour brought to our market., Bettiftotlnn guaranteed, t
n. MCUUPl aiu a . .
.. log South Blgb ttreet,
lot aile only at
norvj
, A LEXAVM DRCI KID MYkV - -V
AltelMndplonJtopnla , BATHS, i
.H. A Nt.MScnmillghltrMt.
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No. 4 Gtwvnne Block.)
:li P. STONE &'0'HARR1
AtEkG HOW HEOEIVINO TDEIR WIW.
IKS GOODS, and Inrite the pnblle to tntpeot
theai Mo men itoek ef Oooda ha erer keen ktvaghl to
uiu nuwan. ih Doau( in eenaeqttDOB et in faun re
of the grain crop, hu not been abka to pnrccu the aa
nal quantity of rich gocde, and tela factual forced the
Importer! to eell them at public auction. Onr buyer
(air. (ton) being la New lork at these large Bale, took
adnata of tham, and w can ana trill Mil oar reodi
uatv, a idbi wan may one wno DBrcnaasa iwa waueainea.
paid for them In New York, Oar itock U eomplet in
erery avpanmenc oi
ELEGANT DRESS 8tLK8, , -OTTOMAN
VEL0UR9,
BROCHE VAtENCIA8,
PRINTED MERINOS,
t PRINTED C0BURG8.
i.: .4.1 DYEDCOBUOS:
BL,4Chv AbfAAS,
j UKLKANo,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
t ALL WOOL DELAINES.
POPLINS, PRINTS,
SHAWLS 'AND CLOAKS!
Tm Thausand Dollaxa Worth
. ! Bought in One Day,
At one half the Ct mt Impoitatlon.
LADIES7" FURS, ; :
In all Varletlee, f (ha Celebrated
. natifataire f C. O. Oniia
' then etc Son.' -;'''
' HOSIERY DiPARTMENT,
Men'a, Ladle tad Children 'i TJnder Bhtrtl and Drtwerai I
Ladle, Mine and Children' Hoaiery of all kind, In I
Wool and Lamb' Wool: titter Lined and Ootton Glore I
- .
oi erery mat.
, . At9
A eempleto assortment of til the usual rario-
LADIES' CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES,
OVERCOATINGS,
- ' TWEEDS.
RIBBONS,
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
ladies and Oent'i Linen Cambrio Hand
kercbJefi, 4c, fto. ,
To nereoni wha call an aa. era nlaM m, vadI. f n I
mow mem me larmc. oeel ana enewcit atock or ttooda I
erer eeo in inu market, or pay them on dollar perl
aval WUI1. MWIlDf , .
aeoi-diyvtawltw. BTOIJI O'HABRA.
L ATHROP- LUDINGTON & CO. I
23 &25PABKFLACE, 4 : :
20 ft 22 KVBBAY STREET,
Al' AJ W 1 "STOX1.X3L,
, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Foreign and; Domestic
DRY GOODS
For cash or approved credit.
iSPRrNa, 1861.
W ar openlnr. toraanle wanroom. at th ahova I
number, atock of Ooodi la each of lhilx dprtmnt I
oar Duiin, aprior io anyuing wi Bare Mntoror I
euieiiea ut tu dnh, : . , . . .
CLOTH- DEPARXBilENT.
Vbl ha crown to It! nreaent aaaraltnd under the
thorourh manajremrat of a bnyer of lone experience and
acknowledged good tate. We keep extenilTe flae of I
nnei ana caoicea
TMCVVE$TIC$ ; .
' --AND ; -''
FANCY CASSIMERES
be found In th market, alt (elected with th nleeet I
aiacrunuauon. . Alao, all gradea, colon and Tarietle of;
BROADCLOTHS,
' satinets, v ,.
: LADIES' CL0AINNG3,
' TWEEDS, I
TARHIRS' and KER0HANT8' CABSIMRRIS,
KCNTTJCST JUANS, from 9 b J8X oenta per yard
andepward;
TWIED8, 1SX to IS cant per yard-but year acid at 1
- '"MtetO: '
PRINTED SATIN ITS, at It oenti: '
; And tther Ooodi torrapondinglf Lew.
i i . . . . ,
Press-Goods Department. '
Mancbeitei D Lalnea,
Ilamlltoa 0 dot -
Printed Lawn, ' '
Printed DrillknlM.
fancy Olnghami, '
uomBaxinei, .,
Blaek Bilk. "
fancy Sitka,
Printed ChaUla,
klancbwtor Oinghami,
Olaagow do.
Clinton . do,
. Ottoman Otothi,
, A 1 pace,
Poplin,
... Aad (At Nat Sited Styk of
FANCY SPRING GOODS.' ?
Kerrlmao Prints,
Cocheoo do.
Facltto do.
Bprague do.
Richmond's Prlntt,
American - do. i
Dunnall's do.
Engliah ; do.
Man cheater, Ito. Prints, Ac
Lawrenc 0. Sheetug, Atlantic A. Sheeting,
Stark do. Amoakeag do.
Lalhrop - do. , Appleton " do.
Bhawmut do. Ererett do.
Pooaieet
do.
CUca, Stc, do.
CAM-
BLBAOIIID SmRTntOS AltD seeitinqb.
Waatutta, . .Dwight, ,rUwnnc.
Lonadale, ,i,,i Oreat falls. 1 7 Nanmkeag,
Bill, Waltbam, Boott,
"j HewTorkMllU, Stc, Ac. :.-t ..
SHAWLS ANDNTIlXASi
A LA1QB AND SIUCT ASSORTIItltT.
OOsireatvaH;; rSV!'''
TlOKINQS-all the leading brandi.
DBNIMB , do. , ,3,,,. . , ..
BBIRTIlta liKIPES-aH th letdtng brandi, ,
NANKIBNS do. do. '
OOB8BT JEANS do. do.
MORBBNB t , do. do. "
DAMASKS, fAPER CAHBRIOS,! COLORED
JMUOS, Ac, o.
ni. M ; i,. . I . ,,.,,,,
LARGE AKD COMPLETE STOPKS OF
WHXTI GOODS, : '" ' "i'l- ,
rurni:
CMBttELtAS AND PARASOlS,' ,
OABPETS Alt' D OIL.CX.OThS,
afraat variety ef Ooodi 'net enumerate A-ll eti
w piear onrnite to aelt at the mart
tb larger portion at treat M to JO per cent, lee
last year , " " " "
LATIIROP, LUDINGTON & CO.,
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lSh" Liaerj Goods.
7-. ,.
WEai rA nuio
annen enirl Boaoma Vi.i.. .A
BhlrllngOTd um Linen.
' -'v Ltn-M. M . . . ...... ... .
. , , -i , i, '"TJ,nK"noi"lllOWOallng. "
S I i t . hfl 'Ak all tlltl..'
! lint, X?r7P?V
LirtnTabl Cloth Bod Kntln liamW ' J.
i Ltten toereb) Irltbeoloyed b,)rn, 'i.- tiod
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Ho.SotliBbjiiWw,V
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OHIO STATESMAN STEAM
BOO AND
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PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT
1 HTig inert Utd it already
EXTENSIVE FACILITIES,
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' II fully prepared to'eiecute' in' the,
MOST EXABQRATE MAKNER,
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THE LATEST TVilE8,
OATALOOtras,
vsxtn, '
; BatS LADING,
BILL HAD8, ;
N0TIS,
DRAWS,
CHICKS,
CIBCULABS,
rAUPHLETS,
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L1TTKR BJtADS,
LIQAL BLANKS, i
..DRATRI08IPIS,
LABBL3, OARSS,
UfTlLOPIS,
RAILROAD, INSURANCE, ,
And Try deicrlpUon of
LETTER PRESS PHIKTIWO,
Eqnil to any Iitabliihrnut In th State, and upon
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temi which will compare fawraMy wlUi th :
leading Eutern PriDting Oooiei. , .
Havine p-rory ar'aoilitr to aid tj
IN TBI ntODCOTION of
ELEGANT POSTERS
AID
HIGHLY,' ILLUMINATED
SHOW CARDS,
TTe offer our lervieci to all who may dciir that olar
of work.
Wa hare esnstcted with our Ertabliihment u
BLANK BOOK. BINDERY,
Irom which we prod not th n
Finest 331 axUs. Xoxrlx.
l AW) TBI MOST
SUPERB BAIL BO AD BLAXZ BOOKS.
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. our establishment'-
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TBI HOST
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COMPLETE IN FACILITIES, ;
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In thU City, and w auy add,
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. .Gents' Linen Shirt 1 Collars, v
JUOTM , Standing, Byron, Pmlgoay, latitr'nC
lt2t?"'hTm- hemmed Pocket Llndkrohlefl. rfaett"
l!ytt'Jlrti Svmlng Olmre, Half Hoea of
every kind, Under SanaenU sad all kind of OenU' rat
sdthliif Oood la great variety aad. aft moderat prieam. ,
VfcbM' v.:,; j; . b.,s -Ho. Wl.?
Mf f tS1B TUBAJB tA(!Jti JUlTTS
- ufni qaautto tot LaU lli alao. Mil
great variety
aaaj
Kits
BAlrt'S. '
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of
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CPl- Ai i7i r. .
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"Dafly. prwr. a .wJ..vA.t..
Triweekly, per tar
, Weekly, paryeav . ..,.
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MUTABILITY.
BY A. E. WALTERS.
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'Beneath a ipreiillD hemlock treo,'' ' '
Cponarookbldta,'
Whrwtri brightly qalrer, .
, I ill and Ulak howday by day, ; i
Th thtoga ol Nature pan away,
forem and fower. , ,, .
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Here the8aehma,bleniof eld,
. Aaeembled and their eoaneil! held ,
Ibelr itepe ihall echo nererl
Gone art now th bran and good,
From the mountain and the flood,. ' '
Vomer aad fonvtr. i 1 "
Ayel hlieouncll flrei are dim,
Therali left no trace of him '
This lid th mighty river;
; And atlll. toward lb atttlag ann,
HI! Tanquiih'd Bao ar folding, pp.
, Iforerer and fortTer.
Itmatterenotlf far ornear
till lowly wigwam doth appear
By mountain, plain, or rirer; ,
fir In the foreet dark and lone,
Still Ii beard th fatal ton r
: fonvtr and fonvtr
"Doom await thee, fated race;
Death U itarlng In thy face ,
Thyaplrlttodativer- ' '
To tby lirl who wait for thee,
When thou aion lb peace shall bj " ,
fonver and fonver.1' ,
I . y . .
So lb mighty change goat on; " ' "
Th oooquerora of Itarthon, n
. And UioeebrjNlle'i dark rirer, i
Who peopled alempbli' ancient htlli,
Son, llkThebe'mbittledwalli,
' forever and fonver. , '
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And ail that breathe, and lire, and slot,
In Totarie of Hat and Lore,
. On Tum'i dark rolling lirer;
And all to lira that yet ihall throng, '
In Lethe' war ahall lieep ere long,'
Voramaodfonm. .
Woman's Condition in Various Countries.
The Inferior condition of woman in all but a
few highly civilised communities Is shown by ly
the prevailing customs concerning marriage.
Everywhere, except in parts of Europe and
America, her person Is made the aubjeot of bar-
ter. direotor Indirect, for the mala member nf
her family. In some places she is openly sold
in the market; in others she is privately bought
with gifts; In still others she is traded tor by
go belwesns. ," But ; nowhere, unless
among a few favored nations, has she anv liber, of
ty of choice in marriage ..i.
vi au toe Known empires oi antiquity, As-1
syria was the most ancient. It was the oui
torn la Assyria to make an auotion every year
of the marriageable girls. Tbs beautiful one
always brought high premiums, and these pre
miums, by a not unwise law, were divided as
portions among the aglier ones, in order to pro
oure husbands for tbe latter. The Hindoos
were another ancient people. Among them,
marriage was purely a commercial transaction.
roe bride was always purchased Irom the fa
ther, or, if be was dead, from his male reore-
tentatives. Ia China, it baa been, from time
immemorial, and still continues to be, the prse-
tlce to make the hand Of a ddOfrhter a means of I
enneamg tbe parents. . The bride in China is
sold to her future husband, without ever being
consulted, "snd her husband can , wbip. her,
starve ber, or even let her out for longer or
shorter term. ,". . , . ed
In the heroin age of Greece, the. are which I
HVnfler commemorates, women were told, by
thefr fathers. But the high price which brides
usu2Jy brought, proves that they were held in to
considerable estimation, in one case aa much I
an a nunarea oxen, ana a tnouiana sneep sno jgrse,
Kvaaa, wae eamu,ua w yarpamao-moneii.1" ter
Even- afterwards, when Greece bad become
more civilised, women, though no longer open
ly bid for by competing suitors, were regarded
as the property of their lathers or guardians,
who expected to be benefitted by their settle
ment in life. Even an Athenian wife never sat
with her husband at table, nor went out with
him to dinner. Tbe Romans were really the
first, among all the nations of antiquity, to re
eognlxs the just claims of women, and, by to do
ing, affeot tbe customs of later times. It is
true that the old Egyptians, if we are to credit
some writers, looked upon the female at equal
to me maie; out mere is no conclusive evidence
on this point: and tbe influence of their ex
ample, even lltbeuppoaitlon is correct, perish
-'The
live
tiao
we
of
ture
or
uon
inferiority of women, gradually learned to re
eognlzs her equality with man, not only by so
cial custom, but by legislation also. Even in I
thit nineteenth century, there are common
wealths belonging to this Union, and civilized I
8tatee in Europe, whose turiiprudence, so far as I
womsn is concerned, mignt take pattern from
i
ed(wlth tbemselvss. Bui the Romans, .though over
with the most barbarous Ideal of the
Hit
or
Uat Ul BUU1CUI IUJU1W, ... ,;..,..,! , ,-j I
All sarage nations treat womsn aa Drooertv
rather than M a persop.. Among the aboriginal
irioes or new Holland, tbe chiefs monopolised
nearly all tbe WOmen.JUSt SS In Other countries tlnad
they monopolized the cattle or the land. Steal-
log women to common, tnd olteu the poor vie.
ums.wnen tns ueit is interoepted, jpetlstt bs- the
tween tbe oombatants. The Cariba al wars stole I nmm.
their brides.. In Brssil this custom la perpeto-
,,u,7n ,1 i4 ynon tome of the hall- fire-eatort.
civilized tribes, by a convenaonal fashion, that there,
girl, toughl In marriage, shall be earrled off own
apparently by force. The Circassian, even after
he buyt hit wife, aa la the Invariable practice, barrel
pretondt' tot abduct her. Among the Celtic
tribes of Ireland and Sootlsod, it waa oonsider. thAie
ed ntnly, even np to a late period, to seize a s
bride bt force, nor were such marriages regard, a
aa degrading bytoetiotimt. With our own log
Kottn American uaians, stealing or buying
wlTet It the nvarlable custom. . Among the South
Malays, the Wife, if the whole of her nurabasa
money be paid, becomes the tlavo of her hus-
hand; but, to evade this ancient law, It has be-
oome the practice, In modern times, to leave a '
small portion unpaid, In which one, the bargain public
oeing eonsiaerea incomplete, tne wue is regard- ger,
as ber husbsnd't tqUel. Generally. In all
oonntriea advancing in oivilizatloo, even Or isn-
ones, the condition' of woman it bsing
amsHorated. t-.i.- .:.n--M I .... . ...... t ; .
Moch remains to be done, however, even in
snllghtened Europe and .America Marriages
which praotioally tba bride is told, are not
nnfrequent in our own country, and, therefore.
occur often,, psrhspt, among thosavwho pre
tend the most culture anil refinementfor what
else but a bargain and sale Is a marriage of
sot
but
real
men
by
ooavenieikMT-rfAiMfefpAta Leig&. ,, . i ,.
tbe
Kin of Dahomey at his Old Work.
Another of those horrible massacres, which
are a dlsgrsoe to humanity, has recently taken
place at Dahomey. The West African Herald
publishes tbe statement from eye-witnesses of
the batbsrlo "custom" just perpetrated at Da
homey.' From this fearful tentative we learn
that the1 recent "grand custom"'' of Bsdshunr,
King of Dahomey, wae one of the tnoet revolt'
lng which haa ever taken place. Several ptr
soas agree In stating that the number of the
persons slain on that occasion waa estimated at
9ft00, but soother crrresponosni gives thenum
b af 7,000.' He ssys be wst present by oom
jwiUioii, and that tbe blood swept past him like
flood Into a large reservoir. .. Aaother gentle
men, : referring , to these. Inhuman butcheries,
i.tys: "I ssi'ure yon it made me quite' sick, and
the, lama .time fjfelt.etttnoed.. The poor
wrettjhes met death with perfect inqifferencs.".
The Mtntldt Which .gave Government police
through its columns, many months since, of tbe
intention of tfie King of Dahomey to hold an
unaiaal- "grand custom,'!. In remembrance ef i
tbe death of the late King, eonoludee the re
ottal of tbe butchery by stating that "Consul
Foots has some out with full powers to 'treat'
with the King of Dahomey at to the abolition
these sacrifices.'' A correspondent , who is
wU acquainted with Dahomey.asys; "The best
wsr to 'treat' with the Klcg m to 'squelch' him,
deal fairly with Abe natives, and let the custom
die tot. :.
last
turns
ntter
the
the
In.
r .
, .
v--
l
ill
"
What Constitutes a Handsome Man.
of him; or, failing In that,
there mnat be enonsh
of him; or, failing In that, but come to think of
it, be rnmie'i tall in that, became there can be
no beauty wttnout neaitb, or, at leaat, according
. . t .ulu:-- T .1 a l:
w wy wj yt uiiuaiug. au me eouuu dlb.u, ue
iimuBt nave a oeara; wniiaere-ai we goai nieue,
bat e beard I lnslit upon, else one mlttht aa well
look at a girl. Let his roloe bae a daib. of
Niagara, with the muaio of a babj't laugh io It
Let bia imile be like the breaking forth of the
iuneniae oa a apring morning, m to n i ag-
ure, it enouia oe strong enougo w coniena witn
a man, and alight enough to tremble in the pres
ence of the woman he lores, of course, If be
is a well made man, it follows that be muit be
graceful, on the principle that perfect machin
ery always mores harmonlonalr: therefore, ?ou
ana mmsein ana toe mine pitcher are safe el
bow neighbors at the tea table. Thit sttle of
nanasome man wouia no more tnina or carrying
a cane than be would use a parasol to keen the
sun out of his ejes. He can wear glores or
warm his bands In bis breait pockets, as be
pleases. He can even commit the suicidal'
beauty-act of turning bis outside coat-collar up
over his ears of a stormy daj.wkh perfect impu
nity; Me tailor didn't makt Aim, and as to nil
batter, If he depends on this handaome man for
patronage of the "latest spring style," I fear he
woma aie oi pope a el erred: and yet by Apollo
what a bow be makes, and what an expressive
adieu oe can ware witn bis band! for all tnis
he is not conceited for be bath brains.
But jour conventional "handsome man," or
the barber's-wlndow-wai-fkure-head-pittem.
with a pet look in the middle of his forehead,
an apple-sized bead, ant a raspberry moustaobe
with sis hairs In It; a pink spot on Its cheek,
and a little dot of a "goatee" on Its canning
little chlnt with pretty blinking little studs in
its sum oosom, ana a necai-ie mat looas as u
us wouiu iniDt were u tumoiea, i a as uei iook
at a poodle. I always feel a desire to nip it up
with a pair of sugar tongs, drop it gently into a
oowi er cream, and strew pink rose leaves over
its little remains.
oaiiy, my reaaers.wnenswi magnetises f,
the question of beauty Is a dead letter. Whom
one uses is Iims Aseaionui the world's erbi-
trary rules Dotwiibstaodloar; therefore, when ion
"what cm the handsome'Mr. Smith see to
admire la that stick of a Miss Joneit or "what
the pretty Miss T. see to like in that borne-
Mr. Jones?" yon simply talk nonsense as
Jou generally do, on such subjects, btlll, the
parson gets bis fees, snd the census goes on all
FANNY FERN.
Bread Making.
. ,
One of the best London bakers gives tbs fol
discreet lowing receipt to make a superior loaf of bread,
what Is called a half neck site. .Will not
Isomo of our readers try the plan, and report
upon tbsir success witn it ' "io make a bair
peck loaf, take three-qnarters of a pound of
well Dolled mealy potatoes, and masb Ibam
through a fine colander or course sieve, and one
eighth oi a pint of yeaat (about two tablespoon
fuls), or three-quarters of aa ounce of German
dried yeast, and one pint and three quarters ol
lukewarm water (88 deg, Fahr.), together with
about three-qaarters of a pound of flour, to ren
the mixture the consistence of this batten
this mixture should be set aside to ferment; if
Disced In a warm situation it will riaa In las
than two hours, when it will resemble yeast In
appearance, except as to color. The sponge so
mada la then to be mixed with one nint nf
water, nearly blood warm via., 93 deg. Fahr.,
poured into half a peck of flour, which haa
previously had one ounce and a quarter of salt
mixed with it; the whole should then be knead
, Into donah, and allowed to rise in a warm
claca for toa hoars, when it should Jb knaaaWl
lata loaves and baked.. . . .
The object of adding the mashed potatoes Is
increase the amount of fermentation in the
sponge, wbioh it does to a Tory remarkable de
ana consequently, renders tbe bread light
IDu DIUer.
;
The Spirit of Republicanism.
following sbowe -tbe temper of radical
Republicanism. Its motto ia "dink or awlm.
or die, survive or perish, we are for the
Chicago Platform, and nothing else." The
country Is made subordinate to party. The Pon
(Mich.) Sentinel says: . ...
Satan was kicksd out of Heaven, and totally
uamnea tor an urns to come, as Republicans,
must do the same. Any man in the phalanx
freedom who backa down at this junc
of affairs, whether it be Wo, H. Seward
judge Kellogg, we say, let the fiat of damna
be burled
at them send tham riamlnff
the earth with Satan, the latter , the ad
beginning versary of the souls of men, sod the former the
enemies of the earthly well-being of the whole
human family. . While God reigns supreme, and
laws are immutable, wt will denounoe any
RepubllcaB who goes astray from the cherished
principles of freedom enunciated In the Chicago
Platform. "Sink or swim, live or die, survive
Berlin." we are lor the Chicago Platform n1
OOtbiDg !SS , . , , ,
' ' '
A
"PAtiirrTo" Whiskt laoar NoBTHxaw Dis-
riLUatxa. For several days past we have no-
Hraw Inad of Cincinnati Bnathaad the
sTtanntnii "'nnntrahnnrl.' 'atufthnlnA." "kill
the korner" rifle whliky, passing through
city, on the wsy to Charleston and other
In Sru.th r.amtina and th. Rnnth. . Wk.i
oommentary wpon the : "non-interconrse"
They are an "orful" nation dowa
some of them-but they oan'l make their
whisky. PorkOpolIt docs It for them. It
just as well, they find, to long aa the
bears the Palmetto stamp. It's a pretty
shrswd Idea of Porkopolla, though-sailing
tamri,font" nnria. P.im.tm i tt
pretty cute way to "sell" tbe Carolinians and
little bad whisky at the tame time, by brand
ed a Palmetto tree on one end of the keg. The
stream of Cincinnati whisky pouring into the
will have a tendenoy to fire the Southern
-a.ttr.aot
h..l .ll thRinth-n
- -
Pdilio Lira. In an article 00 the burdens of
life, contributed to the New York Led-
me lion, inward K verett says
has been said that every smart American
sohoolboy hopea and expects to become one day
President of tbe United States. Thit would
be the oase, It schoolboys derived their first
impressions, not from fond pareote and nurses,
from experience to enlighten them as to the
nature at publioiife, even in its highest
stations. I am inclined to think that no two
ia this country r il consulted en the subject
a hopeful lad of eight or ten, would so earn
dlsooursge the Presidential aspiration as
out-goiug and incoming Presidents of tbe
United States the individual just retiring with
years' experience of the offioe, and the in
just entering npon It, after a decisive
political triumph. "" - " ;;-'" ; s .
,
DlOkBSSB Of PoMJLATIOlt Iff TBI ' AoiTtlAH
EiirntB. There has been a dlmlnutioni of the
human race in the Austrian Empire within the
three years of near three millions, accord
ing to the Vienna Gazette- Tbe population re
for I860. show- that thit vast district of
Earope bat receded to tbe figures of 1840 En
ormous war levies of marriageable men, hor
rid pressure on trade, atoppsges ef all enterprise
through went of publlo or private credit, and
disregard by a besotted 'Government of
ordinary business it exists forTix:, tbe de
velopment of the publio resources, hat blasted
laud It rules; from 38 millions it counted
1857.it is now reduced to 36 'millions of
all on the verge of revolt, save tbe three
millions or hereditary subject! In the Arch
Duohy of Hapebtrrgw . mi -. n r--t.- . J
Niw
V
Kid
i
." -'
xadies' linen. Pocket-Hand'!,.
nEnMEDSTlTCnEOLIItEIk HAND
keroHlefl very wld hem. '
EmbTotderHd'Ltnea Handk1! all nrless. an n
1 all prha
dc to-
ssavsnwAaaan 1 1 1 1 1 1 iseai i anil saan em rw atav if.
at,!. etrai fnlfirl ll -
I w a a, t wr 'wen vwiueig, . , i , ,
Mourning do " black border .' ' V
do do v aewttyweroitititchit.' "
Pin Apnledo i r.il nw pattern! .!.,,..;),
alleea' Plain aad HawimaA Stltan'J ll .
Conprlalng th moit nleot astortmrat In th city and
fthta . No. SB Sonth High Btnet. "
of
GREAT SLAUGHTER!
IN
DRY GOODS
AT
KWAPP & CO.'S
NEW STORE.
' From and after this date we shall
REDUCE THE PRICE
OF OUR WINTER GOODS
TWENTY FIVE ' PER CENT,
m ORDia to mi er, Boom roa ova
SPRING STOCK.
MSB
B TO BUY
Our assortment is still good,
and it is known to every
' : one that our
S T O O lES.
! CONSISTS Of
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL,
SO DO NOT FORGET THE
',rq CHEAP STORE OK
K N A P P & CO.
- . . t
NO. 119
SOUTH HIGH STREET,
pOXaTj'MBTJoJ ; . '
. t v- OHIO
8 Taste ef roa tb era and 50 Taste at
' It aa; Wanted.
ortS5-Sawd-iaw-Cm '
of
"H F.
WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN
HATI50 A CIBCULATIOS
IARQZB BY BXTZRIL TBOTJSAJIDS
Than any other paper ta Ohio, oataldt of Oindnnatl
Offers Facilities for Advertising
: , . .Which CANNOT FAIL to bring
apeedy- ana ftemnneratire Uetnrns
j To those who take adrantag at thaa.
THE WEEKLY STATEHMAW
Dlitribntcd aa It U through every Poit Offio In Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Who patronage Is valuabl, and who'acldom to th
Sally Edition! of city Journal!-, and as only " '
Limited Somber of Advertisementi
j Are inaerted In Its columna, appopriately and
HAKD$OMELV W$PUVE0!
i-. twit cairsoT nam
jLtten,tloxa
Of ALL I
--
tt
to
It
miv
WHOLESALE DEALERS
AdmtUIng la th WEESXT STATESMAN will Sn
.'. It advantagout la , , t ; , , ' .''
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which is almost certain to follow an extenilve dlmemlo
j atlon knowledge of their bmlnem
AMONa COTJSTET DEALESS I
j..i
1 1 ADVERTISE UE NTS INTENDED tOR
Tho Weekly Statesman
Should b handed la befor f riday noon.
BILL POSTING
AND
DISTRIBUTING BILLS!
JOHNH. STEKLEY
I r-i.iii... : will attend to th . :- ;
POSTKO AID TJISTBIBDTIKO
BILLS ; IN THI3 , CITY.
AU seders left at th Otic of th Statesman will lis
promptly attended to. , ,. . ... ..: janll-tt
, IIO'OTTIl-taJNrOID-
i '''. ;': JOBS H WHEELER, i.":
AGENT FOB nomiE CONTINENTAL,
MamuTTaM, Bacamr, and iRnmfia I. Co.
Naw Tout Mmtoaawn1 and Onr fitter Hist-.
Toaa Lirxaod Con. Motoas Lura, .. ,, i
Office, 81 HIrU St., Sawa;eB 81 n
ebTlf wlv' '
f . Alexandre's Xid Glovea. . '.. ;.
PLAIN AND EKIBROIDERED, ItlOtTtV
QUKTAIRB aad rexular (bap Black B Id Olov,
ambrnldarad in Whit.' mitenta. ninj Acn. TT.
Glore. Mian Kid Q1ot, A oompnto aatortmant
lanvcvicurawauiuTetaiwayaioraaie oy . .
. Utt SOW,
'VehSt Wo. 99 Sonth High street
i :. . Copartnership. tr
InATK Tnts vat 1 ADitf tTT-en 'n-r
toa J AMIS AD&BUIAIN aa partner la my butt
net, which wil hrafter.b conducted ender th tna
Bala tt Son P. BAIN, S9 soulh lllah Bt. ,
Columbus, fob IS. IBM.'' '- , febU
HEMP AND COTTON HOPES, ' "
.do ii,. , d -r fsilwrnaat ""
Bed Oord aad Candle Wk-k, t
lor tale by .M'KJSE St RtJTrSATJX.
.est' lif v-. MN. High Street.
HrRKINO t HEKB TWO 1 180 lUl.
No. 1 Pickled lUrrin la star, for atle by
' , ktcKEB at KSSTI8AUX, -.
kbS7 ' 34, North Blgh street: '
net
to
:
or
oon
1
.ii
all
WORCESTER'S
ROYAL QUARTO DICIIOMY,
ua vueapeti xS0RUSS tat Boat. ' "
Tsta Mast Heliaele tttmtmr 'Ar.1 'i
tu.rltr Slta EagU.4V
BtmBwrnOreitmlneM tavt, tf Qto , '
"THB BEST BHOLIHH DICTLOlTAtT XlAT '
n'- M!LnJnHttfi iTtrnrA tomrilriJtu.'
Whoa njUltifarloal measlnre ntd 4..l..nn. . Ti in
tbetor J' "J?1 r , eaxad proituwUUoa are cluarlf ; ,
:-. ' --, Cinxiiyutt ftNawit1,',,,,
Head thePtclilon of A aTamnrnw M WUATtaf
"."Y"?". mnors rraaobMSntttTiMLn
I
"i iitm lean l ux, aiiiiij
and (peaking, b wtbognpby erne roBanuaT.5
Woroetr Boral Qoaxt?Datltarw
Loais Aroanr. PnaMant un. .i i
8BPwl,llft ZaneeWHeichooli. ' n
Tbo. W. H.aTrr. Hup't Uaeailoa Uok ScbuT
M. f . Oownaar, Bop't Pnbll tchoole, Sandaaky.
Jornr Lraca, Hup't Puklie School, OlnhwiltoT
. N. Broitn, Prlncipil Glare land ftaal laxmln. ,;v .
War. Mitch xix, Bup't Pnbll Bchooli, Mt. raioa A ' " '
Jobs Oodxk. Prlnclnal Stat. H.i i.k..i u,...
sou. ,7 7 '
ClndnnatT P''nClpt' ,0WUl lntermilit Scaool, . , '
H. 8. Mas-ru, Sup't Canton Pnloa Schoota. ! 1 ( ' 1
Enwm Rxau, Principal aUNeely Noimal School. -' " '
Ju T. Tartan, Prof. Mathematics. Ohio Dnrrarsltr.
W. W. EBwaam, Bup't Troy Union School. i
A. 0. Horxum. Prinelnal Wn m.k akJTi n,
UDd. ...-
land A' !omTO,', "trTtolpal High School, Cl-
Tnxonoxx Snauao, Principal Elgk School. Olevel V
land. '
B. f. HDMurron, Principal Cleveland I art! rot.
J. A. 0jirixLB, Preitdent of Xlsntle Invini- ni.
ram. "
W. L Hast ia. Prof, nf nwmlii nKi w..,.. - -
UnlTenlty. 7
0h?o H K"'.l C8,BmlmloDr f Common School,
Jium Momtot, Prof. Rhetoric, Obarlla flnllai
Taoe. Hill, Prealdent AnUoch College. " -" "
U. W. H . Dinu,.. DmI it - l
School. D.yton. -. eaujn
8. 0. Canuanaw. If T m... . .
Dayton. umH-
a. at. Babies, Snp't TJnloa Schools. Aahlaad,
More than Shi Hundred etAer Prrtd.tM .fthOL '
p. Froftteort, Author t and DUHmauiehvt tinof
tore, have endorsed iA oee emSSmSr- "vT.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
MaklBTTA OolXItM Vi h tnte ..tu. -
an honor to tb author, tbe publuawr, sod th whole
oountry."-Pmldnt AadrrwaT. -
OHIO WaVLaTaw nirrmtw.. Vt n. ,
Uon I. It Will b m ralda In aMh.1. J -T-
eiatioc. and will often be conaultad by aw tor Un at
and i ecu rat dennltlona." Pnmdeat Than peon.
mw- RctfcTio OoLtroe.-'ffentofcn have seed
wcoeter I ertboxmnhT. At a .n( .
r"oj'y. It wai deci.led to chant It to conform to that
Woreeittr'a Roval Ouuh niii..n. b .
OarUeld. .
Tumi Rtnva Ootuox. r eA rt
ouiuui approniuon.'' rretuent Bttcboock.
wottfcf ef
OaiaLni CoLMoa.-"It mor thaa meeti ay anwta
Uon. I reoommeod 11 aa tha iud. ..ti L.. i-
orthoepy to my children and ay puf ile."nileot
AwTtocn CoLLSOX. '! adnnt and a. l. v
log, wrliior and aoeakloa-. iharthnuw .i
w.i. "tar. --y r
. " v. " vnxwvcK a atom uaartA uii.
rmuroi Xllll.
iloUonary.''-
IT. all f 1 . . .
... -iiwiia, pnnuig,Bna wavnnnw, i bare ea
deaTored to eon form w tM ralea foreeUwcraphy aad
wuuiwni ui n oroaaiar viclloaary.F'
Horace Mann, lata rra.iii.nt. '
KwoxCcLta,0XB,..tawtrdkllyreetm
ond It aa th moat reliabl itaneard tattMrity of th
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
From et. Anton Smyth, QmmUttoner at Cbmmon
SeiooU in Ohio. , ;,'
"The Dictionary Ii an imperbhabw xoonunmnt to the
Marnlng aad indaitry of ii author, and an boaor to th
world of letteri. Th mechanical execution j. rw mtj
oued ' " oU" l"lc"" bih I imat
quainted.
From Bon.
B.
B. Bonn.- dommUbm'ii
iknooHtnOhio. . ,
The moit reliable standard anthnrii. r .k. ....
guag." w """..it
WXUT TBS m . .r.O 1,I.'.-3I. -
Leadiaa 3STerwerpT)erar of Ohio Bar.
From th Cleveland Herald of March g9. ' "
The orthorraDb of tha Wim. nui. . .i. ' A
med by moot, if not all, authora ol Utinetioa ta this '
country and England, and eonforms to th reoeral aau
ordinary writer and ipakra. .- vT7..m j
What rer nnludicaa ma har. hhi
eanfol rtudy of thU volum will Invariably b foTlowrd
--"--- i-r'"-'-"". ii BTeax SMrtufc, as a
add It to th well eelecled library, b ltlxeor
U a library talmelf. aad will V "
iwiu v. wenarning or its oompller.
all.
iBperiaha-
from tht Cincinnati Commercial of Apr 8 SO
ler ar upward of a hundred tbouaand word rood,
and .lnduTanntWBoaa . mr. Jt ZlirTTF"1:
derivation, togtthorwlth their e.rree rpelUng and pro- !
nuaclaUoa. are tti clearly betora lb r. ThVwork W ' "
anqueationahly tb gnateit Tbattnrwtf Enghlh Word
ver pabliahod. .... . . . , 777 ,
roathCltvtlandndeal4t'.,iaae m
Evidently Woaoavrta' R1T at. QriitveM Tim
onlv thla4t,imttht trr Kort ef th, imdvirlZ
controTeriy po"lwut aff" T oemparieon M ' '
i ' from tAe7biedafadtf Mairi9. . "
At to raoKnwrjtATiaw. t...... -. u .1 ' ': ' 1
follows by on bt aattunTka aalUoi -nothing
to be d.lnd.and Id 000x1" IttuCeTl ,
say that Woacawraa can b tafrly foUowtd. 1
' 19 INOBTAIhT A- BR1QO,
PitbUsbers, BaakseUera Statlaaere,
NO. 101 SUPERIOR ST, CLEVELAND, QHIOV ' '
aiaiB . , , T .
: : ... , i ... i
Oure Cough, Old, gnnreimsss, Aof"-"
enta, awulritation or Somes a? the .
Itrtnoth to the pa& 7FT.gv?n
and StNUEHa. '
few an aware of ft Imporraiie of check In a Coneh
Common Cold" ta IU Sntitmn; that which lo tie
beglnntog would yield to a mild remade. If Mxleeted '
atUcki th lung. rSroun'l Bronchial JrwcAeT'l
ottUinwgdtmalontUigrodwnts, allj PulmonaVTiad '
Bronchial Irritation.. ., , , .. , ... 77Z rTn I
BROWN'S I "That troubl In my Throat. ff.-,ua . .. .
the 'Troches' an a tpeclflc) bavin auda at
ofteaamere whuperer." ,T,ITir.
Inmmend theltu. to PtrSei. ' " 1
RET. . OHAPIN.
Hive Brod iiiaiin 4.i. 4"rtr
HoAk-witi." : ' '"T .
BBV. HENRT wARIr PEEffffER.
.'Almoat inamnt nllef tav aba iuiJj . I
labor of breathing peculiar to AeTnwa."7T
. a. . awuLkjjION.
"Contain n Opium or -aotthijig inimi ,.
U. DR. A A. HAfEoT
... ; a . Ciawitax. JUbL. i '
j . . .. DM. O. J. SlflELOW,
i"Beneflcll tn lircaTrri.l3,!'i0'" '''
k ,i- . : . it f .W.IANS. ,.ia
"I have pro Ted thme-u.te(!l!..il
oCoce:' . , . . .
TROCHES
BROWN'S
troohesI
BROWN'S
, .....
TROCHES
BROWN'S
TROCHES
BROWN'S
TROCHES
BROWN'S
TROcnsa
BROWN'S
TROCIISS
BROWN'S
f
TROOITES
BROWN'S
TROCIIB
BROWN'S
TROCHES
BROWN'S
TBOOHBS
BROWN'S
J"necll when compellad to apeak, tut- .
faring from Coin." r .
,;,, ;v BBV,f.F.i",ANlJfR30v!".
At ituit
"ErracTBai in remoTfog 0oareot aad
Irritation of th Threat, h tuu. ... . .
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