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I0L. VII. NO. 247. NEW SERIES.
COLUMBUS. OHIO. SATURDAY EVENING. MARCH 23, 18C1.
in Douua rrarziC
O AlLY. TBI-WEEYXY AND WEEX1Y
MANYPENNY & MILLER, :
PUBLISH? R8 AVD PROPRIETORS.
Cf Office Ko. 86, 88 tod 40, Korth High Bt.
TKBM8 INVARIABLY IN ADVANC1.
Daily ' 1 ' . - ' $6 00 psrySAF.
" By ihe Carrier, per week, 18$ esnts. -rrl-Weski?
. . . $00 per year.
Weekly . . j 00 "
uroia or Advertising by the Square.
n tiuare I yeai . . . 20 00
One " 0 inot.tha 18 00
Dne " fl montha 15 00
Dne " 3 month, 10 00
One 'J months 8
3ue " 1 month. 5 00
One square 3 TMki..4 00
On " Bweek.. 1 00
On ' lweek... 1 75
On " Jdaya... 1 00
One " Sday... 7
On " llnaertion 50
-Displayed advertiiameota Ulf more than the abor
Advertisements leaded and placed Id the column of
AneclM Notlcei," duublt th ordinary rate.
AH uotteoi requlreu to be published by law, legal rate.
it ordered oo ute inline excm.ivoly slur tbe flrat week
per cen;. more thau the above rates; bat all seen rll
appear in the Tri-n eekly without charxe.
Bu.lneis Cards, uotenceeding five Hues, per year, in
i ue, ux so per line; outside f ':
Notices of meetings, charitable oeletlet, fir oompanle
Aft., half nrle-.
. AlttranHtnt advtrtitemmU mutt b paid or in
alvanc T5e role will not be varied from.
Week ly. same price aa the Dally, where tbe advert) eer
lea the Weekly alone. Where 'he Dally and weekly
are both used, then tbe charge ltT the Weekly will be
a .If the rotes of the Dally
No advertlaement taken exeept for a definite period.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring Water 8tM
W. B. POTTS & CO.,
And Manufacturers of Bran and Compoeltton Outings,
rtnlanea Bras work of all Inscriptions.
Electro Plating and Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTINC, &C.
P. A. B. 8IMKEN3,
V.ttOxrLoy at Law
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Offloe Ambi Huildlng, oppoalte Capitol Square.
Machine Alanufacturing Company
STEAM ENGINES. & BOILERS,
Castings, Mill-Gearing, Machinery.
, - ALIOi
LallxoAS. W orlx.
or iviit Dcsoumoii.
OKAS, AUROR, Sup't. - P. AMB08Tras.
, , , .
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolis!
Through to IndianiDolis without Change of Cars
and but One Change of Cars between
Columbus and St. Louis.
THREE TRAINS dTiLY FROM COLUM
BUS. . FIRSTTRAIN.
(Daily, Hondaya excepted.)
NIOHT KXPRK88, via Dayton, at 8:45 a. m.; atop
ping at ImioB, Xeuta, DayUin, allddletown and Hamil
ton, arriving at OiodDDitl at 8:i0 a. m. Dayton at 5 5
a. m., Indianopolia at 10:4t) a.m.; at. Louis at 11:50
" SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, at 6:10a. m., atopplng at all 8U
Uoni between Oolumbua and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving at Olnclnoatl 11:03 a. m., Dayton at 9: 15 a. m.,
IodlanopolU at 2,1W p. b.
DAT IXPBESB.at 8:30 p. m., atopplng at Alton,
Jefferson, London, Charleston, Oedarville, Xeola,
Spring Valley, Corwln. Morrow. DeerfleW, foater.
Loveland. kill If ord and Plalnville.'arrtvlLg at Oincia
natl at 7:S0 p. m. 8t. t.ouu at 13 m; Dayton at 5:35 p.
m.i Indianopolia at 10:38 p. m.
Sleeplne; Care on all Nifflit Tralne to
Cincinnati ana ludtanapolle.
BAGGAGE CHECKED TIIROTJGII.
tor further Information and Through Ticket apply to
M L. DOHKBTT,
Ticket Agent, Union Depot. Columbus, Ohio.
m. W. WOODWAKD,
1 , Superintendent, OiiclnnaUV
mo. w. Douaaxt
JnlS ' : Agent, Columbu,
HOW AHD-& GO'S.
CALL AT NO. S3. 80CTn DIGn ST.,
and examine eur new make of .
manufactured by K. HOWARD h CO , Boston. Hail.
These Wathe are far aupeilor to anything ever offered
to the publlo, heretofore. Having the eiolu.lre agency,
lean sell them at prices to suit the time. bavsjust
received a large atock of
i . AMERICAN WATCHES,
manufactured by APPLI TON, TRACT, C0 ; alsoia
fine assortment of
ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES,
: In Cold and Oliver Casea, at Panlo price. '
janS3 l ' r- ',- If. 3. SAT AOS.
iAA nr. CR GREEN and BLACK
UV TUAS tOO bags prims Rio Oonfe.
Ifto pockeuold Dutch Government Java Coffee. '
IJ5 begs Ceylon Coffee. -SOObbls.
standard Whits Sugars, eontlatlng of row
dredj Ohru.hed, Granulated A and B Coffee.
60 quintal George Bank Cod rah.
i ' gobble. Uet and No. 1 Mackerel.
ft tos. Pica elmoo.
tOO bx. Layer Raisin. v - - -
6l hi. box do do . '
. tOOer box de do .: ' k
100 II Cigars, dUTerent eraad and grade,
M. C. LI L LEY .
"And Blank-Book ttann&ntnrer,
sTO&TB BIQll BtRXR, C0LCMB0S, OHIO
aarll-dly , " - ,r
. FAR1ILV FLUttte
-yyHITK WHEAT, BU AN DID
Iron "Barnett Mllia," Springfield 0 the belt brand of
Iluur brought to ear aurk.i, Sarl.faetloa auaraaUed.
Vox sal only at . - ' WJt. MoDON ALD'S,.
BOVH7 IQtf South High Itreet. '
All lises and eolon Juit epeo at BAINS,'".
STON'SB AZ AAR.
No. 4: GKvvnno Blook.
1. P.' STONE &.0'HARlil.
A BE NOW KECE1TINOTHEIH WIN
X 1KB OOOD8, and Invite the public to loepeot
Ultra. No inch stuck of floods haa ever been brought to
una marxn. in ouid, in eoneequeoce or me rallure
of the grala orop. has Dot bean able to purchase the -ualquanllty
of rich gooda, and Ibis faei baa forced lb
Importer! to sell them at publlo auoilon. Oar buyer
(Mr. atone) being id New York at time large sales, took
dvantaii of theaa, and w can ami will aeil sa good
bare, at leu than any uti who purchased two waka aloe,
paid for then) Id New Tork. Our atock is oomplew la
every department of
ELEGANT OR ES9 SILKS,
OTTOMAN VELOURS,- , .
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day,
At one) half tbe Coat of Importation.
In all Varieties, at the Celebrated
ITIanafatare ! C. O. Gun
there Sc Bon.
Men, Ladle aad Children ' Coder Shirts and Drawersi
Ladles, Mhnee and Children's Hosiery of all kinds, lo
Wool and Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined and Cotton Gloves
or every make.
A complete assortment of all the usual rarle
ladies and Gent's Linen Cambrio Hand
kerchiefs, Ac, &o.
To nertoos who eall en ns. we oleli ur word to
abow thea tb largest, beat and cheapen stock of Goods
ever sei id mis marsec, or pay uiubod ajiiar per
hour while looking.
LAT1IR0P, LUDINGTON & CO.
23 & 25 PARK PLACE,
20 & 23 MORRAY STREET,
ZTJJ W YORS,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Foreign and Domestic
FOR CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT.
We Ire onenln r. at oar amnio warerooms. at (he above
numbers, stock of OxxU In each of the six department!
of our business, superior to anything we bar heretofore
exhibited t tbe trjule.
Thli haa srown to Hi present maroltude under the
thoroush manacement of a buver of lone experience and
acknowledged good tut. We keep extenilre line of
the nnaet and euoiceit
To be found In the market, all selected with the nloest
dlserimliauon. Also, ail grades, colon and varieties of
FARMERS' and UIROnANTS' CASSDURIS,
KENTUCKY JEANS, from 0X to 13), cent per yard
TWJtEDS, UX to 15 cent per yard Itat year aold at
18 to SO;
PRINTED SATINETS, at 14 cents;
. And other Good corTtipondiitgly Low.
Mascbeator De lalnea,
ClluLa ' do.
And tin NtH Sileet Stylt of '
FANCY SPRING GOODS.
Paeifie . do.
American - do.
Sogilsb ' do. '
Manclieater, exo. Prints, Ac.
jAwrenoa 0. Sbeetlngi,
Stark .. . do. ..
Latbrop . ' do.
Pocaieet do. ,
Atlantis A. Sheeting,
App'etixt , do.
Everett do. '
All Of Jet ani Width. '
BLEACHED SHIRTINGS AND SUITINGS. '
Waoautta, Dwlght, ' Lawrence,
Lonsdale, Great falls, ' Naumkeag.
Ulll, i Waltham, Boott,
New Tork Mills, Jto., Ac.
A LARGE AMD SILIOT ABflORTMtltT.
COTTON ADES a great variety.
CHH0KS ... do.
TIOKlNGS-all tb leading brands. .
DENIMS do. do. "
SHIRTING ITKlPES-all the leading brands,
NANKRBNS do. do.
coaei? JEAirs . do. ' do.
ttOMSNB do. do.
DAMABKB, PAPER CAMBRICS, COLORED
fiRIOB, Ae., Ao.
LAROE AND COMPLETE STOCKS OF
WHIIX GOODS, or i " .. . -j . I
; , '. .: HOSIERY, ." f '
GeitlemcnV Famishing Goods, -
. UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS,'
OABPETS AND OIL-CLOTHS, ,
And a great variety of Ooodi not enumerated all t
wbieb we Died re ourselves to Mil at the lowest market
price tb larger porUun at from 10 to 30 per cent, lee
LATHROP, LUDINGTON & C0
hi&h linea Groods. -
TED WA BBIO
Linen Shirt B, a .ma P an, and fancy
. Bhlrtlug and Boeea Linens.
'B1 trusting and Ullow Ciltog. ' . .
j , : ..WnenCambrie nod Long Lawns.
" . Linen Table ClotL.aod Kma.kfc 1 t"
JJnew, Towel with eoiweed eoroer, r-jr Tf-.
, Linen Stair Oovwlnaeaud n.-a. :
, I-' . Vetgaltailewprwe. ' ';
ITa. M SoflA Bisk etreel.
OHIO STATESMAN STEAM
BOOB AND JOB
Baring trjcreaied tti already
Zi (tally (tfptred to ttaesle to tb
MOST StABOltATfi MAifNER,
TUB LATEST STYLES,
And every description of .
LETTER FBESS PBINTINO,
Equal to any XitablUhmsnt la the State, ami upon
Unu wbleb in cenpar rafwaUr with tU
leading Intern fricHog BJvuw.
Having very ZPaoUlty to aid XJo
in toi raODDcrroN or
W offer eur service to all who may deilr that cUl
We hare eonnected with our SiUUlabnent a .
BLANK BOOK BINDERY,
from Wblah we produce the
SPlXAoat BIaxxIs. Worls,
AND THE MOST
BTOEBB BATX ROAD BLAHS BOOKS.
I admitted to be
COMPLETE IN FACILITIES,
Ago TBX MOST
PERFECT IK ORGANIZATION
' In thii City, and ir aay add,
WE WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE
u -j . ... ? i . . ,; i
1 .i. WTO ANT . i
',.:''::'..'.... . ; : ' .
. ' !.-. :,. , ,
Printing; Uoaae In tbe Weat.
. Gentsv Liaen Shirt Collars,
Or SUfEBtOB QtTALlTT, IN GAB
ROTS. Staadlnt, ByrM, IWgtmy, Henfreer and
ether ew abapee. Hemmed Peek! lUadkereklefk Meek
Tie. Btoeka. Street and Bvenlog Glare, Half Hoee of
every kind, Under Garment and all kind ef Qente' Pur
nhhlng Good la great variety and at aud,i prioe. -
'fcbM -) U: V WeV WBeU;
MALTEVta TtletEAD LACK MITTS
f etogMl e.aalia fee Lads, alee, atisac' Mitt
great variety BAUI'S,
i IIIKI, ,
Dally, per year.".'
Tri weekly, per tar..
Weakly, per yew
. a oo
[From the Journal of Commerce.]
Land of my llrtht bow prendly lair
Thy waving groT d foreate are
Thy rural h.unt.. tny Tli e clad bowen,
Thypralilee. like a era of flower,
Tb, oatareet wl.h their thooder-cry.
Thy vein, ef gulrt. I' f mottoUln. high,
Tht 1UI lh whisper of ibe ,y,
Thy VII ago, aod cultured plalua, -Where
Agrlenltare nob y rei.na;
Oltiea.- wl'b gorvenoa dome bedlght, , 1
Where weU and luxury unite;
Pore. wbeoee tby aag bv at.ra made fair,
Bwifc ihlp. to every s ine aball bear,
' Ota. glorious Land I though bid from view
While wandering wld. uVr ocean lue,
Tbe Sntwb'ia eloud-wrapp'doilfftliat threw '
Dim outline from lb, mlaty thore ,
The flrat faint sonud aweet echo bore
Bent through each nerve aucn rspiuroua awell,
A baflled apeecb dtipelr to tell.
Sear Land of I Irtb 1 no battle' bray
Reuda from Die hearth the air away,
1 Jfor tide tb mother, lost to J .y,
. ttaiaetant gMaer eoneerlpi-hoy.
Ibou.b other realm, m'eht waifare wage,
And pantwitn gladiatorltl rage.
Even old Cathay. ao long ai reat,
Find tb trane apr point at bar breait,
And lllled franc, with frantlo trtad,
Tt blood of piloce and peasant shed -What
though the reddening Oreaceotfiung
It baleful glare where Homer aung,
And Route taxed with vengeful eje
While burning Moaeowfl'Kk'd the eky,
And o'er the gorged Crimea roll'd
A tide of misery untold '
Yet thou from hostile Ills art free.
Heaven eeal Ita gift of pesos to thee,
And make thee w a Ita worth to feel,
And abun of etrlfe tbe lifted steel.
Oh, whenaoo'er thy treasured name
la coupled with Ita mead of fame
. When ancle at nation, to the new
Pay kind regard and honor due,
. Warm through my Teloa the pulae dart,
. And patriot pleaiura thrllla my heart.
Port kaveaata upon ihelrknee
Who were UeHeo for the; ' '
Blest aire, whoa blood ell down Ilk rain
At Bunker Hill, or Monmouih'a plain,
And earlv wept, with lov and fear,
Tbe gray-balr'd Soldier', tale to hear;
Banc .ball my prayer till life D o'er,
Ood'a grace and .trengtb for the Implore,
That a the rock which brave, the sea,
Tby banded brotherhood may be,
And (till to Him, fn m blended heart,
TJprla tht chant of many part
While eg on an their tianaorlpt blest
L. H. S.
HARTFORD, CONN'T, March 4th, 1861.
A HUNDRED YEARS TO COME.
BY T. M. SNOWDEN.
Where will he the Wrda tbt elnr '
A hundred year to oemel
The flower that now In beauty apring
A hundred year, to oomet
Ibe lofty brow, '
The heart thit heat
So gay ly now!
Ol where will be love', beaming eye,
Joy' plsas.nt.mil tod eorrow'l llgh,
A huadrtd years to eomej .
Who'll prtis for gold Ibla erowdrd itreet
A hundred jear to con I
Who tread yon churco wtih willing feet
A hundred year to comet
Pal trembling ate, i
And fiery youth.
The rich, ti e poor, on land and a, ,
Where will tbe mighty million b v
A hundred year to eomel -
We all within onr graves .hall sleep
A hundred yeare to eome.
No living soul for na will weep
A hundred yeare to eome.
But other men
Our land, will till, - '
And oth.r -Our
a reeie will All;
WUI other bird will ting a. gay,
Ai bright the unebln at to-day, -A
hundred year to oum.
BY L. VIRGINIA FRENCH.
Central America, with Ita devastated cities
tad forest-covered temples: tbe Taller of tbe
Muisiuippi, with sigantio moonds and tumnllj
tbe slope ol Ohio, Vlrelnla and Teooesaee. with
their remain of ancient fortiflcationg, tbeirloog
bidden cemeteries and relio holding oarerne;
ail bear indisputable reoord of tbis "New
World's" miebtT and mysterious cast. Who
were tbe tenants of those cities, who worshipped
In tbe dim light of those temples, who fought
behind those broken bulwarks, who lie crum
bling back to dnat In those cares sod cemeter-
leal ooienoe, ingenuity, ourioiity, hare essay
ed in Tain to discover something of tbeir names
Bloquent as are those ruins, lull of deeo les
sons to toe "eons oi men, crying erer as with
mienty voice irom me depths or tbe wilder-
nets, walling as It were over tbe burled and for
gotten grandeurs of the race who railed them.
jet thee give back not even tbe faintest echo of
tbe name ol the "t-jaabo," or "people that are
lost " Nut a vettige ot their language, not Oue
mutilated pige ot their history, bot even a
ait' whisper of tbe names ot tbeir beaatilul,
tbeir bravest or tbeir beat; nothing but sra
fragments of oiicemigbly fanes, wk-growo
runs of buiied cities, ' and ' century covered
tombs.-. ' ' . " ; w
' Drowned drowned" forever beneath Time's
mihit g river, with only bere and there tbe
eummkiof some lolty mound, the wall of soma
old ruined city lilting up above tbe waeea.to tell
nt tbat tbey were and are not i be mind, stung
by toe stimulus ef an undeveloped mystery.
goes reaching baok, back Into tbe nokuowo,
cnina? tor toe oiq mound builder ol that
furgotttn era, tinkiDg at last to blaiikoees end
blackoese, like the daring thoughts which we
send lortb from time to time, seeking to oompre
bend eternity or to fathom Infinitude.
In vain our oueetioning. In vain we erv who
and tpftot weie theee mound builders? Bore
Ibey the pale forehead of. the Cauoaseian. lbs
ted front of the Indian, or the duaky form of
the Mongolian, Were they the tropic hearted
denisens of tbe tpiee belts ot bloom and beauty
tbat gitd tbe Equator! Were they a remnant
of the "lost tribes" of God's chosen people!
or were tbey tbe antique mold of the old Norse
heroes! "How lived, bow loved, bow died"
tbey! But the old green monndsln Sunnyvale,
or by the river shore, answer not not a mur
mur comes up to ns of tbeir builders , or tbeir
burled. , . . ., , . .'
Turn we, then, from those Tltanlo tombs of
tbe lost to the mound builders of alate, and
lovelier day . To tbe bigb hearted and strung-
banded Heroes woo nave builded with tbeir own
great deeds far nobler monumental mounds than
those which grace Virginia's vales, or stand,
long silent sentinels, on Miesitaippi's shores.
To tbose woo nave reared themselves moou
ments visible from every portion of our broad
laiid wbose herolo devotion, whose All-em
bracing charity, orwhose deep souled nationali
ty has filed tneir memories like firm watch
towers even upon tbe shilling sands of Time.
To our revolutionary sires, whose mounds
were built of living hearts, and cemented with
fresh, flowing blood, . To men "born with the
lion's mettle And the ocean's calm," whose
whole lives have been monumeutal,'so that
even the homes wbers tbey ones dwelt loom up
like Titanlo mound builded so as to east their
shadow into every American heart mounds like
Mount Vernon snd Montlcello, and Marabfield;
like tiuonyside, and the Hermitage, snd Ash
land. Tbe marble mausoleum ol Adrian ma;
bave been a fining receptacle for imperial ash
es, yet we revere with a deeper devotion tbe
small snow mound tbat shrouds tbe dust of
frankllo, snd tbe green turf tbat Ilea upon the
heart of Kane, o'crshadowed aa the; are with
the Insignia ot an Immortal lame.
Grace Darling and Flora McDonald, each, by
one brave act, ereoted lor beraelf a memo
rial purer snd brighter Isr than Napoleon plied
through long years and with hecatombs ot men.
Herodon, who weut down into tbe heart of tbe
Atlantic in that one bout built himself a eon
nment which no ocean can overwhelm, and
whlob shall sxlst when there shall bs no more
Tbe man who conld give peace unwavering,
all satisfying peace to our Republlo at this
juncture, would build np lo that peace his own
immortal monument. Have we among us the
man to de It? Have we ibe dominant spirit who
nan aare, amia contending Tactions, to lilt np
his voice snd swear by tbe blood of our dead
neroes, (as did Uemostbeoes by those who fell
at Marathon,) that no national wrong shall be
done? Have we tbe s.vior, crowned of blm
who walked the wave ot Galilee, who,
when the tide of popular feeling rotrs sround
na uae an oceau stormy, Drain shaking, filling
tbe air witb thunderous tbreatenings, sball go
forth upon the raging billows and calm them
who "reace.be ettilT" Have we the law
elver who, when section meets seetlon with da
Cunt front, lion-like glaring into each other's
syes, shall step be ween with a "Thus saith
the Lord." "Be itilt. and know that am
Ir time shall Drove that tbat man extelsamnntr
us, let bit monument, as the Savior of the Re
public, etand.alde by side wltb the Father of tbe
Republlo bimaelf Uoto him be roudered tbe
blgbeet honors while living let his nsmeecho
line jcogiana's "drum beat round tbe world"
and when dead, may a new Mount Vernon re
ceive blm to its peaceful shades. Side by side
wito aim woo was onr r.opbet, rriest and
rioneer, be sball stand "flrat in the hearla nf
01 eountrymen "
. Iutbe wot Id'rj memoir ha shall lia Amhn.lm.w1
tide by side witb him whom the plowman of
luaraiuon oieaees as De remembers tbe struggle
ui urn own tauu ior noerty; wnom toe swlss
peasant reverences among men as be does
Moot Blano among the mountain: noon whme
statue the deep-eyed Italiad gazes with an af-
iccuonate entnueiasm; wnom trance remem
oers ss a bosom friend, of ber Lafayette; who,
while Poland has one patriotic exile, will be lov
ed as tbe chief who led on her Pulaakll and h.
Koscluako; tbe man whom even "the poor In-
Ai 1 . , ,. .
uiu un, immorwiizea, Dy making mm tbe only
pale face' who will ever be allowed by tbe
wreat spirit to enter tbe "bappy hunting
Turn we now to Death, the michtv mound-
builder for all time. Ah! those mounds low,
"arrow muunas ne builds tbem every day
around us. Small they may be, seemingly, and
yet tbey may hide all tbe sunlight from os
uay, uiuo ueaven useir, tor seaton. Very
narrow they may be. seemicirlv. and vet th.
may hold all our earthly treaaure, leaving ns
beggared and utterly desolate. Very short tbey
may be, seemingly, and yet the shadow tbat
falls from tbem may daiken down along the
weary years of a lifetime. Whatever mauio
leums we may erect for ourselves, he will anrely
raise for ns a little one of tbe green turf and
purple violet bloom. Yet, oh! may he wait
lor as nntil each shall have built upon the hearts
arouua ns some little mound of love npoo
wun-u, wocn tne oiou cover ns, tnoee whom
we nave loved shall write in tear-drooi "FY
Making Toilet in a Railroad Car—Amusing
Blunder of an American Tourist.
"Ralph Easel," the clever Paris correspon
dent of tbe New York Expreto, tells the fol
lowing laughable story in his last letter:
A rather singular story has been related to
me oy a protested eye witness, of an American
recently arriving In France, by one of the steam
ers running bstween New York snd Havre. 1
won't vouch for the entire authenticity of the
anecdote, but it certainly bat probable look,
and myinformnt is a gentleman of bigb
respeciabiiity, though unfortunate! ad dinted tn
jesting. According to the statement, then, the
American inquestion, immedlatelv alter leavW
the ateamer aud getting bis baggag through
iue navrwKUBtom nouse, took me nrst train
lor Paris. He brought with him Into tbe car a
small valise, and a copy of Murray's guide
dook iur r ranee, wnicn, irons its dilapidated
appearance, bad doubtless been purchased from
some transatlantic tourist and carried to Amer
ica, where it bad, perbass. been nreentd tn
friend, the actual pronrietor about to ant nne en
his travels. As soon as the train was In mo
tion, Jonathan plunged into his guide book and
carefully examined the particulars related of
the route from Havre to Ruen and Paris
Among the reat war, of course, the information
that the longest tunnel in Franco wag on this
A thought seemed to strike the etrantrmr
Leaning toward a passenger seated ooDoaite. (an
uiuer auau mo gentleman woo sells toe Story J
he stammered, In very limited French, "Tun
nel comb iende tempt?" The other suppos
ed the queation to be the time which would
elapse before the train reached the tunnel, and
answered, "Half an hour." The American
took bis valise from beneath the teat, opened
it and drew forth a change of linen, wbioh be
coolly proceeded to nnfold, to tbe intense as
tonishment of the other passengers, among
whom, fortunately, there were do ladies. Io
due time the train eatered the tunnel, and the
oar was plunged into Egyptian darkness, re
lieved only by an occasional instantaneous flash
from tbe air holes. Presently tbe train again
darted into open air, snd a general roar of laugh
er burst from the follow passengers ot our
Yankee aboard He had understood that the
time occupied io parsing tbe tunnel was halt an
hour, and had determined to avail himself of
tbe opportunity to make certain changes in bis
drees. Tbe time actually consumed- is four
minutes; and as the light of day again rushed
in at tbe windows, tbe free and independent
cltisen was dieoovered. . Do you remember a
ploiorial history, stolen Irom the French and
published in America tome years ago, under tbe
title or the Adventurea of Bachelor Baiter fl)?
One scene represents tbe bachelor "turning
over new leaf." I refer you to the caricature.
The Jew's Bet.
A Jew in b tavern, in the town oi Eodingen,
taw a merchant whom be seemed to recognise.
"Are you not one or the good men with whom
I bad the pleasure to travel from Basel to Stras
burg, on tbe Rhine?" Tbe merchant Assented,
snd asked: "Have you, my fellow traveler,
since we met, done much trade!" .The Jew,
Instead of answering, asked: "Did you make a
good speculation at tbe fair? If so, I should
Iiks to propose a bet to you: that is, I bet that
you cannot repeat three words after me as I ssy
tbem." The merchant, thinking tbat a few
pence, more or less, would make no difference
to bim, replied: "Say on." Tbe Jew said
"cutler." 'The merchant repeated "cutler."
Next 'bagpipe," and "bagpipe" was responded.
Tbe Jew smiled, aud ssid "wrong " Tbe mer
chant, puxxled, bethougil hlmae'fj where the
mistake could be; but tbe Jew; taking t pleoe
of chalk ont of bis pocket, made A stroke snd
saldt "One sixpecoe for me " Again tbe Jew
commenced and said Molive oil." Tbe mer
chant repee'ed "olive oil "Tanner "; "Tan
nor " The Jew smiled sgaln and said "wrong."
And so on to ths sixth time, when tbe merchant
said: "Now I will pay you If you can show me
where I was wrong." The Jew said: "You
never said the third word, 'wrong,' and ac
cordingly ' I woo the bet." The merchant
paid, and the Jew had made money as he went
along.:-''. .J-."--l ;''''''" X'T i''3 'OJ J ,.) ! :'
Ladies' linen Pocket-Haadk'lA.
kerchief veri w de heae. ' .
Bmbroldered Linen Uandk's all prloea. .
Hemmed Stitched end plain So, do.
da - do colored borders.
Mourning do black border
new style eroulUtckeuV
Pin Apple do '
. MUn' Plain and Beamed Stitched do all nrfoe.
Oomprlalng the Boat aelect aortatDt la th elty'aad
at Invest prices.- , . . . BklH BN,
febS " Ne. SB South High Street.
. . .A CHANGEa : . V-
HATING. ON THE 9th IfSBT., B?tJRa
ehaeed of R. R WBAVBithi. entlr slock ef Dry
Oood. at No. 103 tilth St., with th view of (hanging
my location, I will sell until th flrat day of April, with
out reeerve, ,-,... . . -
f aaey Dres Bilk, f rtages, Button,' Trtmaalng, Ao.
Also Ilgoied HmIdos, D Lalnea, Bbawl aad Cloak, i
EsgsJdleis cf Cost!
f . t. WOOD.
ictjapp & cos
From and after this date we shall
REDUCE THE PRICE
OF OUR WINTER GOODS
TWENTY FIVE PER CENT,
IN ORDtB TO M1IK ROOM SOB OUB
Our assortment is still good,
. and it is known to every
one that our
S T O O IX.
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL,
80 DO NOT FORGET THE.
CHEAP STORE OF
KNAPP & OO.
SOUTH HIGH STREET,
5 Tons of Feathers and 80 Tone of
WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN.
t HAVING A CIBCUXATI0N
LARGER BY BXVXB&L TB0TJIAKDS
Than any other paper In Ohio, ouUld of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Advertising
Which CANNOT FAIL to bring
Speedy and Remunerative) Ketnrns
To tnoae whs take advaotags f mm. . :
THK WKEKLY STATESMAK.
Distributed as It Is through every Pott Office la Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Who patronag Is valuable, and who aeldom see the
Salty Sdltlont of city Journal; and aa only
A limited Number of Advertisement!
Are Inserted In It column, sppoprlately and
thit caJmoT raa to
i , , , Of ALL I .
Adverluring In tn WISELY 8TATSSHAN will Sn
It advantagoni la
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which I almost certain to follow an exten.lv dltaemla
aUon knowledge of their buainaa ;
AMOSQ COUSISY ; DEALERS 1
ADTIRTISIJJINTB INTINDID FOR '
The "Weekly Statesman
' Should be handed In before fridar noon.
JOHN H. STEKLEY
will attend to the .
POSTING AND DISTBIBDTIKQ :
i .. '! Of ' ' ;-.v ! i
BILLS IN THIS CITY.
All order left at th Office ef th SlaUman will bs
promptly attended toi Janll-tf
: J0SM B WHEELZS, v
MaxaaTTaa, 8 camt, ai d tanm Fix lie. Co.
New Toaxi HeauBarr' and Dm tioa BABTroaa
New Voaa Lira and Cow. Motca Lira,
Office, si High St., 8awagefe Bl
b?ty - . ..
Alexandre's Kid Gloyes. : ,
PLAIN AND ER1BR0I DERI D, IflOFJS.
QCGTAIRI Bed reeular shape Black KldOlovea.
mbroidtred M whit, marnta. purpl. A. Vadreaaed-
KldOlovea. atlaae Rid Olov. A eomplate Sasertamit
of loose ceieoraiea uiove. always lor sal by
' ' alf4 At' SON,'
SbW No. 8 South High .treat.
I HATE THIS BAT ADSII BTEB BIT
aoa JAMBI Al)SCaB4IH airtnr In Biy
a, Which will Mraftr be eondocied ender tbe Srai
Of Bala k Baa i p. BAIN, SB aoulk Bigb St.
Ooluaabu, feb IS. 1861. . ,. . . feblS
HErTIP AND COTTON ROPES)
do do ... twine. , .
Bed Oords aad Candle Wick,
for sal by - ' ' M'KKfl RBSTHAPX, ,
etv,v u ,Vp M M. Bigh Street.
' I,. ,- ' '
HERBINO t HKBSJ INO I l-RO klt
Mo. 1 Pickled Barring la torw, for sale by ...
' HcUl a RRSTIBADX,
MAT H Morth Blgh atiett.
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
The latest Tit) tdLrtrrtThsv Eat.
Ti Cheapest Beetuisj fesr,,-.,1
.... ... . . . MMr'-r) Milt v?Aa 'fl irt7flf
"The Afost HAllafcM'tttsinatfJ,.
. ttrltr st tSsKBAl,tt
TBI BIST MUa MOIOItltStJrtiHT.
wno sslUfariewssMaolaga sc4 derlvejiona, afcU , '
M kefer the )..'; . w 1,1 ,f
The andtnrlgMd, ne.- ta eill tHats tsaafcats'
j-aaoaattua, acofi aO ua a aA,e
and pt.i.(. ih, rifcognwhe aaav,
woroatr' Ho.aJ Uuaru " - .
dlallv rroomaMDd tt a tb Mtrlab kaai -tbaritrofUMAnglbh
language, aaU ki .set wti na at '
Loata Amaew, Preside t Keoyew ColtV
, M D Uoacrr, itaperlriwadaae t-"l lklall
fwoj. W. H.avwv, mp'l HaaaltoB Va Aob- ).. ..
SI. F. OOWDKXV. Xaa't PnhlU anil U
Joaw Lvnca, up't PuMlo fkoeola, 0 Ire I villa. "
d. n. eaxruan, rrUKipal Uleveuua feaial i
Wk. Mitchbx. Sup't Public Schools, HI. Cake. !
JoK Oaow. frloelDal Jltata MotmU. --- ailaaa.
goto. . ....... .. -T-
OTXna Maau. Prlnelnat SVuielh TBtuailht iJhX I
H. 8. HaSTO, Sup't Canton Union Schoabv ,,'J.M
Edwik tnu, principal kUNcalr Sieaaa4 lrfc1, .
Ku T. Tareajt, Prof. MatbeaaatM, Oka Culvenlty.
W. W. KDWaBD,8up'tTro, Unloa Setwel. i-TN
A. O. Botcue. FriBctoal WM Btok aw l ntiai. r
8. A. Nobtom. AmocUU FrlDdDal Bleb SrWl. n In
land i ..' --. -
TnroDoa Bnauiiuy Frlnclal Hlgfc IcheeL OIsts-
land. :. ..'..
B. F. ncmrrow, Principal Cleveland Inaillul.
1. A. Oaaruxs, Freaident of Hectic laMlta. Ill
ram. . , .
W L uaKais. Prof, ef Chemletnr. flhlo -We.lu '
TJnlreralty. . . .
H. B. BAasxf, Bx ConniUalonerof OoarjmDti tdbtoh,-
Ohio. . .
JmaMomoc, Prof. Rhetoric, Oberlln Oolleg. ";
Tao. Bui., Preeldent Antlcoh Oolleg. - -
O. W. II. OaTWCAIT. Pnf. h.lkH.JlM Bt.k
B. O. CacMXirjun. Prof, liifniu m.1, ahi
Dayton. ' TT1
8. M. Ba, Sup't Uploa8ehol,AabJed.
JUon than 81 IlwndrU PrtHdnh ef Call.
Frofeuori, Author mud DUUmguiiM Mduo'
tort, Mavt tndorted tht ooee Miment.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
M aau rra Cotxxox Itj tralv a aunllm enh.
an honor to the author, t pubUakara, and tb waea
eeuntry." Preeldeot Andrew., c- .:; ; .
Onto m TVlTtTillTT -Tlaainli.i
tlona. It will be mv inid la. arUmeniibv end mM.
elation, and will often be conceited bv n for It
and accural dednlilnn." Preahlent Tneapa.
W. R. Fnirnn rnna.a rtinir k-j
Webeter'a orthoaieohv. At a noant aaeailM
7acultv.lt wa.udid to ehenee It tn wmfnn a a-e
nf W roaattr'a ttoyal Quarts Pirtlnnarr " fnaldiut
Garfield. ' :
Wavrtaa Sasava Ooiuea.'t ILaA a rtb f
eordlal -rr'Hn " FnaWrnt Hllfiwaink
OsHtlril Colt'O. "It aaara lhaa mtmmf mm I.
tlen. I rto mmend It a the anadatg tnuWty ia .
orthoepy to my eblldrta aad mf. Hf Iki f ilS
Morgan. ' . t, '.
AimoCB CoLLaa.-.t iicmt mud , mm i.
tog. wrillut and Dakln. thorthMmnbud
elaUoo of Worceeter' .Aeral (tuart 7Aietloaan.'W
Prea'dent Bill. .. .S
"In ill my writing, speaking. and taaahkat, t have en
deavored to conform U tfca nUa tar ortt-egvaph aad
pronuneiatloDHOOitalntd la VTemslag' PtctUoatT." '
Borac kUun, lata rrealdent. '" .
Kxirrna Oolixm. OAXauav-'I atordiall 1
mena it u in Boat ral labia - --- uiurii ms
J Bngliah language a it I cow vrliie aa4 if-ntwa."
rreawent .caiw. , , ,
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
from toe. Anton amftk, OmmlttUntr Qawii
&hooit in OMo.
' "The Dictionary I an Imperishable moBBBMat U tb
learning and Indu.irjroT t author, and aa keaoc tt taw"
world of fetter. Tbe mechanical xecuUoa K tar aapw
rlor to that of anr atbr ii wih mtA r 1- : r :i
From Bon. B. B. Earn. XOmmittiontr ef
ticAooU Ctie. i .'to
Tb meat reliable standard authority f the sasr- ' "'
Ijeadlns Nwvrpaprj of Ohio Pay, ' 3
fromtSt CloMland Btroli of JbrcAH."' "'
Th orthography ef tbe Worceeter BMooery is tW "'J
Bard by most. If not all author ai dl.tlamia. a ill.
eouDtrj aud Bngland, and cooiorma to tb general aa
ef erdli.ary writ' and pkr. i . .. .. t .1". ... I
Wbatevtr nrejudleee xiax ban exlated rjMaaal. - ,
careful rtudy nf thi. volume wiH Invariab'y b folkrwed
'jT!.'? PP'-JStrtt. and a Seelr
lo add It to tb well lee ted libra rg, be l bvt ar aatalL
It la a II ware Inltwlf. and w.ll re.. I. l--j!
bio record of tblumhigoriteompllr. . . .
Bar are apward cf a haaJvad T-r
bad and Indiiteiwnt who BkaltlfrlnA. "-. -. I
derivation., together with their eorraat pllmg and dto-
nuneiauon, at t clearly kefore tbr aye : tb wwrbt bt- "
auqueittonab 1 tbe greatest TheMurua of Jfoguea W ord
Jfrom tit CTtvtland flaindmttr-xStft-itr, istO. 'r" '
Ivid-ntlv WoBOBrra ' Rmrat, fjn.n vw-r,.. t t
nftoly UMlaU, but th tart orktftUkmdr'orio
etMoT.andeut ky BO poaa.omtv ufi.r hi Biiioa r '
eontrovrry . m,... .. .. ..7. . .
from OtTJodoSaitO Jit9. ' v ''
As to taoMOMCiaTteai. ffnamn i i
followed by oar beet author.; In defloltlooa h text
ooihvf tobrdealrad and In Outwoqh .rw I US SBfflekmf
t ajr that Woasstma saa be safe y feltowad. . IV.; .
.. IlvWUAHdt BR1CO. v.,: ( ' i
PnUlsher, BalcaellersetltaLtlieri. .
80 191 8UP1BI0S BT, CL1TILANB, OHIO. .
au.t .' - .
Our OmoA Wd Bommmm. Mt
yjftwei r.Skir.iieay r
7knat Stlitv Me wrM .
Cmtnmfiton Sromlkrtti, 'Attiia-
tirtnoU to th tote of .
... SHI WS.fiS..;.
few are awar of th Importance ot checking a CaneH;
or '-OaauBoa old" la tu Mttgt-ejM which la lb '
beglanir g would yield k a Blld rewedv r If MMlM,.aj. . I
eoa atrack th lung "roon't BroncMal Troche. .
ooouuili g aenuloent lngmtleBl. "r f-lisisaiT aai - ' '
Bronchial Irrltatlun. . ,., , .r -i .
BROWN'S f 4-Thet troubls la say Throat, (fjr whkh '
TROCHB Bioften a mere whlaperer." . . .
sr. r. WU.LIS. , w
"I reeonsaead thslr ae f nrriBnr ' I
I HBa proved rsaiy. arvl.askl to 0 ii
RoaBkx." , . , .. .
. RXV. HSaRT WiKO SlBOHtR. :!tJ "
"Almost lntant relief In- taw dleweedsc
labor of breaming peculiar lo AernKa."
air. a.u. BWM.uasQW.rz . a
"Contain a Opium er aajthlng Inlurt -,
ous." A- A. BATXS. .-
I . , : , ekemUM, Sotton. .
"A almple and pleasant ceabiBaU for .
Cocoa, Aa." ... ,.,.0-
Beneficial la Baowcirms." ' ti i.i
I have nrovei them errfilWnt t. u mh
I. . ! t BIT. dUISV WARRf ?
.." .. a JSoHotuh t
"BeneAcl.l when eomMlted taibeek. uf-
ferbig from Colb." ..i-'v JftW
. , nav.B. p. j. ahdkhfoh,
"RrrxcTCiL la nvaev leg Hoatwenta end Ji
Irritation ef the Thr at, ao eaoa,,wl'h .
SrcaxnaaaS Bntwa." .
Prof. iXACT JOHNSON r) Jy,..,,
I Ormng. V., '
, , TehrofiB.io,othr -;iir
'Brest benefit whea tskra Wrer sad pv8voQ
preaching, a they prevent Uouvoee. h rose
r prevent Uoarwoee. tma
I think the WUJ w f pee
i heir pact (Ceo.
narat aAvaptae to me " i. ... , ,i,
rreeldeat ef Atkea poilfga, TeUB. A ' i
ETSoH f alt Dnirghts ar $mt
, IIVR CAN IB A 1?t;
ROBJRTS A BAMOIb. . , ., ,',.,,
i tnerlt. North Blxhatrt!.'
,.l . S..8AklUaLa 00.. i , ---r I
- BS South Blgh itreet, Columbus, 0. , ,
saaiMsatla. . i.n...l;T',v , - i .'Ut
The Jew's Bet. NOTICE!
The avBcnv.TEu is BEsmrrt r
ckniBg ap kia old kuelMes at en, and h.,.. 1 ,
all prra having BoMttled apDt a hi buts uui ' '
give thaaa kaaMdUt atteaUoa.
," . f.Ani.