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VOL. YII. N0. 248, NEW SERIES. COLUMBUS. OHIO; MONDAY EVENING: MARCH 2& 186L
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D AJLY. TRI-WEIKIY AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
publish: bb and proprietors,
ID" OffiM o. 80, SB nd 40, Forth High 8t'
thumb invartault tn advanoi.
Dally ., $8 00 peryear,
" ih Carrier, vtr week. 1211 cents. , '
I Weekly , ''.';
- - oo peryear
-". . . ' , 1 00 ft -
orniu n't Advertlslne; of
nU4r 1 yn...20 00
One " II cor.tlil 1H OU
One ' C dodUii IS 00
One " 3 monthi 10 00
.lr,e t! monthi . 8 00
)ne ' I uouih. S 00
Ou " weki.. 3 no
On " ' lwk... 1 75
Od . " ' 3Uyi ... I 00
Ouo '" 9dyt... 75
One " UnMrtlOD SO
OI.1ytd uWcrUiintnU bil( ur thM th bOT
AUvetllwDenti leaded end placed la the column or
ft.vriHl Nntlcet, erotiCM IA ordinary taut.
A 1 1 uolioM reiulrea to be pnbllihed by law, leal ntM.
If nnlercd on tueinildeexciaitreiy alter tnenrat week
put ten:, more than the above ratea; bat all auoh wll
mixiar lu the TrI Weekly wllhoatoharr.
iulncaOanle, not exceeding Arellnea, per year, la
i'. ile, i 50 pifr line; oatalde i,
Noticua of meetlnga, eharltablM oeletlef , Art eompanlee,
Jt., half prlre. ' .
All tramitrU udMrtUimmU mwl bt poMM
j (mines tie rule will not beTaried frem.
Weekly, tame price aa the Dally, where the adTertlaer
cathe Weekly alone. Where 'b Dally and Weekly
an both naud, then the charge Ifrthe weekly will be
n if the rauiol toe iMUiy
No aiWertiaement token except for a definite period,
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring fc Witter StaM'
W. B. POTTS & CO,
And Uanafnctaren of Bnuf and Oompoaltlon Oaatlngt,
riniihtd Hraa Work of all Deacrlptloni.
Electro Plating and Gilding ! !
STENCIL CUTTING, &C.
F. A. B. ' SeTffKTNS, ,
Attornoy ttt Xja-w
AND NOTARY TUBLIC.
OSlce Aiubn Uultdln;, oppoalle Capitol Bqnare.
Machine Manufacturing Companj
WjT JJ.0.S 0 U 0 .v.O D,Df Hit IMTyy
STEAM ENGINES. & BOILERS,
Oattinpt, MlUwrlBtr, XMBlnwry. '
or imi nncuraoM.
0TIAS. AMBOS, Bttp'l
Little Miami & Columks & Xenia)
For Cincinnati, Dayton 4 Indianapoliil
Tbrougb to lndianaoolis without Change of Can
and bat Odo ChaDge of Can between
, ' . Columbua and St. Louis.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS. FIRST TRAIN.
NIOUT IXPRKHB, wto Dayton, at 1:49 a. an., atop
pin( albondon, Xenla, Dayton, Hiddtetewn and Ilamil.
ton, arrirlngatClnclnnatl at 8:20 a. m.; Dayton at 5:45
a. m., Indianopollaat 10:4d a. m.; rt. Loolaat 11:50
p " 7 SECOND TRAIN. '
ACCOMMODATION, at 0:10 a. m itopplng at all Bta
tion i between Oolombui and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
rirlng at Cincinnati 11:W a. n., Daytoa at 1): 15 a. m.,
Indlanopoilsaf 2;lp. n,-
THIRD TRAIN. ( . -. .
DAT EXPBB88,at t:S0p. m.f ttopplng at Alton,
Jefferson, London, Charleeton, Cedarrllle, Xenla,
Spring Valley, Oorwln, Morrow, Deerfleld, Foiter'a.
Loreland, Mlllfordand Plalnfllle, arririna; at Cincin
nati at 7:S0 p. m. Bt. tools at 19 o; Dayton at 6 35 p.
m.; Indlanopoltsat 10:3tl p. m.
Nlecpiiir Car AM all Nlvht Tralaa t
Cincinnati and Indlanapalia.
JIAGGAGE CnUCKED THHOCGH.
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tor farther Information and Through Tickets apply to
M. L. DOHBETY,
' Ticket Agent, Union Denot, Oolambns, Ohio.
. i, W. WOODWABD,
. : i'l ' gnperlntendent, Cincinnati.
i i. ' " JNO. W. DOIIBBTV
JolJ j ' , ' Aent, Oolntobms,
SOMETHING : NEW
H O W A RD & OOrS.
CAM. AT NO. 83i SOUTH UIGII ST.,
and examlo. oar new snake of
manufactured by K. TIOWABD k. CO., Boiton, llase.
These Watchea are far superior to anything wrer offered
to the public, heretofore. Daring the exolualY agenoy,
I can sell them at prloee to-wait the time. I harejast
receired a large stock of , a.-' . i
' AMERICAN WATCHES, .: , 4
mannfaotored by APPLET0N, TBiOT, 4c 00 j alto, a
fine atsortmentof . , .
ENGLIsn ANI 8TVISS WATCHES,
In Gold and gllrcr Casea, at Panlo price.' . . . ,
JanS3,c ,.,; i ... : :. W.J. iATAOl.
4AA nr. CH GHEEN and DULCK
1UUTKAS 100 bags prlmt Bio Oontt. . . ,
1 50 pockets old Dutch Qartrnmsnt Jara Coffet.,
1 6 baga Oeylon Ooffce, i ;
20)bblf. atandard Whit Sugars, conilatlng of Pow
dred,Ohruahed, Granulated A and B Coffee. -.
50 qalntale George Bank Codfish. ? 1 '
BObbto, Meat aud ho. 1 MaokcraU ' ., t . U 1
a 5 tea. pick Balmon. , . ......
100 bx. Layer Halalrno " ' ' '.'.
AO hf. box do do ' ,j .
100 v.tn do d. 1 1 ' ' '
tOO U Cigars, different brands and grMet. :"
B0T37 WM. MoDOIfALD
M.:C. LIUUEY :
H001X : XSIJ3DZITXt.
And Blank-Book Manulantnxer, . !
. KOBTB HIOH 8TBXXI, COLvJXBvTB, OHIO
atari 1-dly ),i
FARII1.Y rtiOUU, a ,-rf
TITHITK WHEAT, BBARDED -
i",BIrO"WB,rAK3H3.,i ii .
From "Barnett Mills," Bprtogneld, 0. the best brand of
Flour brought to tar narkot. Bati.feetlon guaranteed,
lortaletalrat ' WatrMoDONALD'8,
A AjEXANJOUkS Kill UL.UVJb.ii. j u
fK. All slieiaad Wloiijostepsned at BAIKB.
aet ll. , , ' , No. Booth High ttreet.-
No. 4: Grwvnne Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HARRl
A HE NO W RECEITINO TIIEIH Will
XV S& GOODS, and invite the pnbll to Inapect
them. No tueh a lock of Good baa arer been bronght to
hi market. The South, in eunaequeoc of the fallar
oi mo (rain crop, naa not neea able to parcnaae the na
sal quantity of rloh food, and thla fact haa forced the
Importer! to tell them at publlo auetion. Oar hayer
(r. Btonej nemi u new lorx at uieee urge taiei, took
adTaataKof them, and we can and will aell ourgooda
here, at lent than any one who purchased two weeka line,
paia ror mam in new ion. unritcck u complete la
erery aeparuneot oi
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS, :
BROCHE VALENCIAS, .
BLAUK ALrAUAo, . j
ORLEANS, i . . -
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
' Rvd Thausand Dollars Worth
j Bought in One Day,
At bait the Cat f Impoitatlon
la all Varletleii of fhe Celebrated
laanafatnre f C, G. Gnn
then 4c "on. ( '
. HOSERY DEPARTMENT,
Men'i. ladlea and Chlldren'a Under Ehlrta and Drawer):
Ladles, atlaeei and Children'! lloelery of all klnda. In
Wool and Lamb't Wool; Fleecy Lined and Ootton Qlorea
or erery make.
A complete assortment of all the nraal varie
, DRESS TRIMMINGS,
ladies andGent'i Linen Camtric Hand-
kerchiefj, Ae., &c.
To tertoni who call on na. we nledn oar wordt to
how them the largeet, beat and cheapen l lock of ttooda
mr aeea in una maraei, or pay meat on aouar per
aeoi-aiyxtawjiw. BTuna at u uiaaa
LATHROP, LUDINGTON & CO.
23 & 25 PAKE PLACE,
20 4 22 KTTBBAY STB EST,
! IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Foreign and Domestic
FOR CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT.
j SPRING, 1861.
We art opening, at oar ample wareroomt. at abort
numbera, stocks of Goods In each of the six departments
of oar boaioess. tnpenor.to any uung we nare neretoiore
exhibited to the trade.
! CLOTH DEPARTMENT.
This has frown to Its present magnitude trader the
thorough management of a barer of long experience and
acknowledged good taslt. We keep txtenitrt lines of
tat nnest ana taotcesi .
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To be found In the market, all selected with the nicest
discrimination. Also, all grades, colors and rarieties of?
" j ' TWEEDS,
I ARMBB3' and HER0H ASTS' 0 ASSIMtBBB,
KINTCCKT JKAN9, from 9X to IS cents per yard
and apwards; ;
TWBEDB. 12X to IS etnta per yard-laat year told at
MtoSO; .... . . : -
PKIHTBD tATlNITB, at 14 eentt; ,
AnioiAer Cooa" eorreiptndinglf Ltw.
j Dress-Goods tjepartment. ;
Hanchestet Dt Lalnet,
Black Bilks, .
FANCY SPRING COODS.
Merrlmae Prints, Richmond's Prints,
Oocheco dot , American do.
Pacltto do. ' ' Dannell1! do.
Bpragut't do. Kngtlth ' do.
Mancheiter, tut. Prints, Ac.
' nORTESXIO COTTONS.
Lawrence 0. Sheetings,
Stark ' do.
Lathrop ; do.
Atlanlio A. Sheetings,
Amoskeag , : do.
Appleton do. : .
Everett ' ' do.
TJtlca,to., . do.
AU Grade and Width.
' BLIAOnBD BniBTINOB AND 8HB1TINQ8.
Waniutta, Dwlght, Lawrence,
Lonsdale, " , OreatFalll, Naumkeag,
Hill, - Waltham, ' Boott,
New York Mills, Ac., Ac.
, A LABOB AND SIf.tCT ASSORTMENT.
i ; , i , ; 1 i:l.
00TTONADIB a great rarlety .
TICKINGS ell the leading brands.
DBNIMS do. -i do.
BBIRTINO BIBIPXB-all the leading brands.
NANKMBN8 . . do. . do.
COBBKTJKANS , do. do.
M0BBBN8 do. do.
DAMABK8, PAPBR 0AMBRIC8. 00L0BID CAM-
LARGE AND, COMPLETE STOCKS OF
WHItSQOODS, . , ,
! TABKEB ROnOHS, i
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
; UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS, ; .
CARPETS AND OILOLOTHi
And a great rarlety of Ckiode not enumerated ell of
which wt pledge oarselret to sell at the lowest maritt
preMt tbt larger portion at from iw to 9U per cent, less
than last year. .
LATHROP, LUDINGTON & CO.,
saart :. ,. .. : , ' .: ...
' i Irish ' Linen Goods. ' .,
WARRAKTED FABBIO .
t T Linen Shirt Bosomt Plain and f anew "
' ' Bhirtlng and Boeorn Linens.
; ' Xioen BheettngaandPiHoirOaslBgt. ! ,
Linen flM.Kv.Aa .nil Ijm Ij.m.
' Linen Focketandk'fs, all tlaet.
, . . . Linn. TflwelllngtaadDlaptrf.
i -i ' Linen Table Olotu. wa ..ti DmimIm .i , , '
. j Linen Towele Hh eoiord bortete. j!. .
i.'. -1 ' Llnea Rialr CoTcrlnnna Oraeh. ..r:-
. i- . ionaia,Mwpnw. - - i
. t v -,; . V . j V , BATW BOjr,1:'
V . , Booth lilihttittt,'
rjpHE OHIO STATESMAN STEAM
BOOK AND JOB
Harlng increased Its already
Is fully prepared to axetuto in tbo
MOST ELABORATE MANNER,
THK LATEST STYLES,
DRAFTS, 1 '
LETTIB HI ADS,
And erery description of
LETTER PRESS PRINTING,
Equal to any Establishment In the State, and upon
terms which will compart farorally with the
leading Eastern Printing Houses.
Having every Kaoility to aid TJs
IN TDB PRODUCTION OF
, ELEO-ANT POSTERS
Wt offer our serrlces to all who may desire that class
of work. - .
Wt hare connected with our Establishment a
BLANK BOOK BINDERY,
From which wt produce the
AND THB MOOT
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SUPERB SAIL BOAS BLANK BOOKS.
Is admitted to be
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P-jH ! T i A Il.Ca-II!E.T
TBI MOST '
COMPLETE IN FACILITIES,
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j ' AK WW MOflT ' -
PERFECT IN ORGANIZATION
In this City, and we may add,
WE WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE
. ' WITH ANT 1
, Prlnttna; aTome In the WNt.
" ' ' ' ntOVBTETOK.
Gents nen Shirt ! Collars,
t SUPERIOR QUALITY, IN OAR.
BOTH. B tending, Byron. Fwrsicnar. Kenfnsw and
other new aha pea. Hemmed Pocket Handkerchiefs. Meek
Tits, Stocks, Btratt and Xrenlng 01 ores, Half Boat of
erery aina, unaer uarments ana an klads or uenta' jrar
nlihlng Goods la great Tariety and at modtrato prion.
BAIN At BON,
febtt Ko. 89 Booth High street.
AlrivHU At TUHKAU LACK BllTTi
of tleiant oaalltlet tot Ladies; alio. M lease' Mutt
- u. ....... BltV'l
Dally.ptrytar ' '...IS 00
Trl Weekly, per car.. ..i ,v 3 00
Weekly, per yeai 100
Curious Case for Philadelphia Lawyers—Amusing
Scenes in the Pennsylvania Supreme
A caaa which afforded good deal of fun, and
whloh InTrJlyed a knotty point of law under Ita
oomioal exterior, came op recently In the 8u
preaa Court of Pennsylranla, at Philadelphia.
The hlBtory of the eaee and the acenea In the
Court are thus related by the Bulletin: '' ''
It Bcema that away op in Luzerne county
Hrcd a man named Ellaha Harria. He owned
a large farm, and waa tnppoacd to hare Bared
oonelderaoie money, tie waa an eccontrle and
close-fisted individual, and he lived entirely
eoluded and alone. In July, 1858, he died.
Hie administrators could Una no property but
the ordinary household furniture, tie. Accord
Ioe to custom, tbey had a vendue-, which waa
well attended, it being inferred that the money,
wdioq it waa auppuseu tuw uoceaseo aieu pos
leeied of, bad been concealed somewhere, and
old oheeta and bureaus probably never before
sold so well at an up country sale. N .
Well, one David M. Uutbmacher, an honest
Dutchman, went to the sale, apd a nondescrint
article of furniture was struck off to him for
fifteen cents. It was a iqnare block of pine
wood, about three, feet loui and ten or twelve
inchea square, supported bx.. lour legs, each
about a foot and a half in length. On the top
waa a horizontal wheel, with an iron spindle at
tached to it. It was an outlandish affair, and
it might, for all we know, have come out of the
ark, and ' been applied to antediluvian uses.
David paid his fifieen.cents, hauled his purchase
home, and threw it on the wood pile. In course
of time it came to be split open for fire wood,
wnen, 10: it was louoa to coutain a,7&4 50 in
sold and silver coin and promissory notes Da
rid, tbongh poor, was houcet, and he informed
the administrators of his discovery. The result
was, a suit was entered to determine to whom
the treasure should be Ion i. The lower Court
decided against honest David, and ha BDoealed
Such was the oase that came up yesterday, and
It occasioned much merriment.
The oase was argned by Hendrick B. Wright,
Esq., for David, and E. L. Dana, Esq . for the
estate of Harris.
Mr. Wright contended that David waa entity
of no fraud or misrepresentation, and that he
waa entitled to have all that he bought log,
spindle and money. He cited divers old esses,
sucn aa mat oi tne oeasteaa ot Kichard ill.,
whloh, many years after the battle of Bosworth
Field, was sold, and the buyer found the frame
and poets filled with gold coins: and the oas
ol a tropical bird, sold recently In Mew Orleans,
the owner fiDding in its otaw some valuable
diamonds. Were these jewels sold with the
Chief Justice Lowrie suggested he had for
gotten one case that of the man who boueht
"a pig in a poke." Mr. W. replied that waa an
Irian case, and might not be considered as aa
thority in our Courts.'
Mr. Dana contended that log and sciudle were
all that uavia nought, or tnat the adminis
trators intended to sell, and that David could
not have any more, except on the paradox that
the administrators sold that which they did not
assent to the sale of, and bad not offered for
sale, and that David purchased that which
he did not bid lor nor pay rot .bote of oth
er "wise aaws and modern instances" were
oited by Mr. Dana, from Plutarch down to
Story. He gave the following from the'
life of Solon: 1 Flut. Live, p. 205 -"When
some Coana once were drawing net. some
strangers of Miletus nongnt the drangbt nnseen
and at a venture. There chanced to oome ud
a golden tripod, which Helen at her return
from Troy, on the remembrance of an old pro
phesy, had thrown in there. ' The strangers
contesting with the fishers about the tripod, and
the cities espousing tne quarrel so far aa to en
case in war, Apollo, to end the controversy.
advised that the, tripod be presented to the
wisest man. After passing around in fruitless
seafeb from one to another, it eventually came
back to the temple of Apollo, and the Court, by
reason of inability to decide tbe case, became
the owner of the tubjtct matter of the eontroveriy."
Mr. wngnt said ne aid not wish to intrude
any advice upon tbe Court, but if they found
David's case knotty one, they could make
short work of it by following the examde of the
It is needless to say that there waa mure
laughter In the Conn Room than is usual in
arguments before this angust tribunal. The
Judges will decide, at their leisure, the ques
tion Involved In the case.
Changes in the World's Highway.
Dr. Solger delivered a lecture recently before
the American Geographical and Statistical Soci
ety, In New York city, upon the subject of the
"World's Highway," or commercial communi
cation with the Pacific and the Indies by way
of the Mediterraneans whether by a realization
of Mr. Stephenson's project of connecting Lon
don with tbe River Indus, by a continuous chain
of railways, through Belgium. Hungary, Austria,
ate, to Belgrade, irom tnence to Constantino
ple, then to the held of the Persian Gulf, and
along ita northern shore to the mouth of the In
dus, cf by a completion of the proposed Sues
Canal by the French Sovernment. He illus
trated the relation of commerce to olvilizatioo.
explaining the causes whloh ebanged the com
mercial centre severally from western Asia, It
aly and the mediterranean, rortngal, and the
Baltlo and the German Ocean. The discovery
of America, and of the communication with
India around the Cape of Good Hope,' were the
great influences which brought about the
changes. We are now approaohing, said be, the
fourth great change the beglnniug or the Pa
clflo civilization Tbe Valley of the Mississippi,
being between the two great commercial lluke,
that of the Atlantlo and Pacific, la destined
to become the great commercial centre of the
world. He expressed the belief that the seats
of the anoient civilization of Asia and West
ern Europe wonld be reclaimed, and the com
merce or Jan, ueyrout, Smyrna, as well aa
that of the north coast of Altloa, where old
Carthage flourished, wonld be revived and In
creased a hundred fold. The commerce of the
Mediterranean had declined by the diversion of
trade with India from thence aronnd the Cane
a canal across Sues or communication by lall
wonld revive it. The traffic of New York with
China and the Pacific would all take that direc
tion, as the route would be much nearer: , ". "'
The Number Seven.
On the 7th day of the 7th month a holy observ
ance waa ordained to the children of Israel, who
feaated 1 days and remained 7 days In tents; the
7th day waa dlreoted to be a Sabbath of rest for
all things, and- at tbe end ot 7 times 7 years
commenced the grand Jubilee; every 7th year
tne lana lay iauow; every itu year mere was a
grand release from aii deDts, ana boradsmen
were set free. ' From this law might have orig
inated the custom of blndlpg young men to 7
years' apprenticeship, and of punishing Incorrigi
ble offenders oy transportation ror 7, twice 7, or
three times 7 years. Anciently a child was not
named before 7 days, not being accounted fully
to have life before that periodical day. 'The
taeth SDrloE out in tbe 7th month, and are shed
In tbe 7th year, when infancy la changed to
childhood. At thrice 7 years the faculties are
developed, manhood commences, and man be-
oomes legally competent to all civil acts; at four
timea 7 a man is in iuii possession of ma Dhvsi-
cal strength; at five times 7 be la fit for the bust
nees of tbe world; at six times 7 he becomes
graver and wiser, or never; at seven times 7 be
is In bis apogee, and from that time decays; at
eight times 7 he Is In his first climacteric; at
nine times 7, or sixty-three, he Is in bis grand
ollmaoteric, or year of danger; and ten times 7,
or tbrte-toore yean and ten, was by the royal
prophet pronounced toe period oi me. ., .
From the New York Evening Post. March 20.
Chicago Shaking Hands with Liverpool—Extraordinary
Proposition of the Chicago Grain
Last September, a Canadian purchased in
vuicago sixteen mousano oosneia of wheat tor
shipment to Liverpool, part by the St. Lawrenoe
route and part by New York. The wheat waa
shipped to Port Dalhouale on Lake OntariOrf
where tbe oargo was divided, ten thousand
bushels going down tbe St. Lawrenoe, and six
thousand to Oswego and through the canals to
the Hudson and this city. The .time occupied
in transportation to Liverpool by the t. Law
rence route was twenty-six days, at cost, cor.
ering all charges of freight, Insurance, commis
sion, &c of sixty-seven cents per bushel; while
mat sent by tne new York route coat eleven
cent, more per bushel In charges alone, besidee
arriving at Liverpool fifty.fonr days alter that
sent by me at. Lawrence, it should be stated
that the lot from Montreal was shipped by a
steamer and crossed tbe Atlantlo in ten days,
while tbe six thousand bushels irom this city
waited four days here for a Balling- veasel, and
when finally shipped, were fifty-live days In trar
sit, whloh will readily account for the difference
in time between tbe two routes. .
The Chicago papers are aeitatins a oroleot for
tbe establishment of a rcsolar line of propel
lers between Chicago and Port Colborne, to
cooneot with a similar line from Port Dalhousie
to Quebec. At tbe latter point it is proposed to
transfer the cargo, by the use of elevators, to
ocean steamers, and to forward grain direct to
Liverpool, at a through cost for freight, insur
ance and commissions, of only thirty seven cents
per bushel. Before this can occur, however, tbe
"dally line of propellers of one thouiand tons eacb,
and a speed of twelve miles per hour," must be
launched, the elevators at Quebec erected, and
the money ror both purpoaea be raised; all of
which may be said to go "against the grain"
just now, as matters stand at Chicago. '
isy tne proposed route, tbe wheat must be tran
shipped at three places Port Colborne, where
it goes by tbe Wetland Railroad to Port Dal
housie, where it is shipped to Montreal or Que
bec, and thence to its destination, Liverpool.
By the New York route, It ia shipped from Port
uaioousie to uswego, too by canal to new X ork.
Tbe distance from Chicago to Liverpool by tbe
Lakes and the St. Lawrence la 4,025 miles.
Some four years ago. there was auite an ex
citement at Chicago on the snbjeot of direct
shipment of grain from that port to Liverpool.
a scnooner, me tuenmond, started with a cr
go of wheat, passed through the Likes, the St'
Lawrence, and across the Atlantic, making the
entire passage,' we believe, in lest than iorty
days. On her arrival tbe oargo and vessel were
sold at a handsome profit to tbe owners. Sub
sequently another vessel from Milwaukee made
the same voyage with equally successful result.
Wheat at that time was held at "war prices"
In the neighborhood of two dollars a bushel
and might have been sent bv almost anv mode
of transit, short of ballooning, and tbe shipper
could well afford to pay the freight. Tbe en
terprise of direct csmmunication between Chi
cago and Liverpool came to a sudden end; first,
oy tneiau in wheat; next by tbe lall In freights;
and especially tbe difficulty In findine return
freights to Chicago at anything like remunera
tive prices. " - - -
There is one thing which wonld probably re
sult in the establishment of the DroDosed line
of steamers between Chicago and Quebec, and
tuae is anoiner war on tne continent lor a
European war Is almost always attended by a
short crop of wheat on the shores of the Baltic.
With even this Impulse, it wonld be some time
before the line wonld be a "daily" line, and,
considering the matter of return frieghts, a
wtille longer belore it would be a paying line.
The latter consideration la supposed to have
some Influence In so important a matter aa that
of establishing a dally line of steamers, partic
ularly wnen one terminus oi ise nronoscd route
is oaiiea vnicago. -
, r. M. . - -
Curious Calculation of the World's Population.
Tha vast nnmhprnf Ii,ViHItnin 4 it..
and have lived upon the face of the earth, ap
pears, at first sight, to defy the powers of calcu
lation. But If we suppose the world to have ex-
e nnn . , . . . , . .
ciioiou u,uwi j cam, tuai mere now exist
1,000,000,000; that a generation passes away in
thtftv YAara that ..... n.at ....uiln.
J 4 . J f gtuc.iiuu.t.i..
ges the present; and that four Individuals may
stand on one square yard, we And that tbe wbolo
number will iit nrnnnv . mmn... or, .
- rJ - wmpwn y giv. .
one-fourth the extent of England.
, Allowing rj.yuu years since tbe creation, and
a feneration tn 1 naaa .w.v In thivf .....
shall have 200 generations, which at 1,000,000,-
uuu eaoh, will be 2UO,OOO,O0O,00O, which being
divided by four persona to a square yard. wiH
leave 50 .000 find (WO nr.n,,.r..... .K. ' ...
' ' v. fa V BAAe?wj BBI WJ
in a square mile, 3,097,600 square yards; by
wuiuu, ii wo lurmer aum oe aivtaea, l( will give
16.133 annar. milnd. ih. mnt nf whlnK In kn( .
numbers, ia abont 137- l0 that 127 square miles
will be found sufficient to contain tbe immense
and almnat InmnmtlraM. nnmh.. f Oflfl (Win .
000,000 of human beings. ; ; ' '
In September. 180S. A Bennileai vnnnw ma.
chanio, lately arrived from England, encounter,
ed a pleasant faced gentleman, In his wander
ing abont New York, standing- in the door-war
of his house. He was made welcome to stoo
there till he could get employment and a home.
Twenty-five years after, that aame mechanic
was employed by Major Noah then surveyor ol
the port, to pot together a machine, then in the
Custom House, and take models of It. This was
doner improvements were made, and he died In
1833. The son succeeded bis lather In the bos
lness and further Improved it to what it is to
day; the maohlne is Hoe's 10 cylinder press;
tbe penniless English lad waa Robert Hoe; the
good Samaritan was Grant Thorburn. ". -
That famous kinsmen tn sons: and nartnera
in business have their own fun sometimes is ev
ident from the following incident- , General
Morris wrote In a lady's Album:
"The heart that la given to many
Will never bt oonalant to any."
To whloh Willis addedi - .'i ..
1 " Bat what do yon know of the fan, . ,.i
If yoa only are constant to ouet "
It would be difficult to lestance anvtbinc that
so concisely characterizes the peculiarities of
escn memoer oi wis wen Known literary firm.
I -. , -i';
Thi Fisst1 AiOLitioNisT: A Soutner'n cle'r-
gyaian says that Id all bis reading of , the Bible,
, . . i , i .
ne uercr aucercuvu in uuuidk any account Of
AL.IT.t , - IL ' .r . . m. .....
aa AooiitioniBs in it. we oeg to diner with him,
for we believe there Is one referred to freauent-
ly we mean Satan. He Is the genuine, orig
inal, Simon Pnre Abolltionlat. - He has always
been In favor of eooisAiny' everything that Is good.
ne was me nrn to aavocate tne "higher law,"
He tried the experiment in heaven , and cot kick.
oat for hia audacity; and then be undertook to
content mmseir with tbe reflection that It waa
"better to reign In hell than to serve in heaven .",
The Effict of Tea on tub Hon an Srstia!
Tbe effect of the ntt of tea has been muoh dis
cussed. Professor Johnstone, a rood authority.
has asserted that it prevents the waste of tha
body, and nourishes it. Dr. Smith, recently. In
a leoture before the Society of Arts, maintain
ed that lea was good only in helping our diges
tion of fat or farinaceous food, and thus far was
nourisning; bat ir the tissues are wasted by ei'
ertions or too profuse penetration, tea Is Inlurl
ooa. It does not suit a spare habit, or much
exertion, or low temperatures, or a aeiectirs
skin. These opinions are not generally held.
, ,,) ,. ' m . " . ' b
w. 'Rah fold Are! Thankful we've rot 'a
Govment 't last! tort what ye call It all right!
Ml give 'em Jessie' this time I JNO quarter t'
traitors I Down With 'cession!' 'Rah,! Pf-
Mewet rr. v. "
Tbe excuse offered for tbe decrease of 4000
Republican votes in the late contest for Gov
ernor in new nampsnire.ia tnat they were an
sentat wajningwiiofmoes,,, Ur, y 5,
. lVf :l l 4:.ib iil v ,
- (' -nil..
KNAP.P & CO.'S
j From and after this date we ehall
REDUCE THE PRICE
OF, OUR WINTER GOODS
TWENTY FIVE, PEH CEflJT,
; in or. or a to mar koom for our
i . - . .
Our assortment 13 still good,
and it is known to every
. one that our
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL,
SO DO NOT FORGET THE
CHEAP STORE OK
K N A P P & CO . ,
..,! SOUTH UIGII STREET,
, . I
5 Tone of Fczttliers and 60 Ton ot
j Rag-t Wan ted.
WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN-
nATINfl A CIRCULATION
, LARQEB BY , BEVZBsX THOUaAITDg
Than any other paper In Ohio, eutshle of Clndnnatt
Offers Facilities for , Adverlisinj;
r j . Which CANNOT PAIL to bring
Speedy and RemancratlTe Hctnrut
Ta those who take advantage f them:
THE "WEKKLT STATESMAN,
' ' - s HI',', l , , .
Distributed as It it through every Post Office In Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Whose patronage is valuable, and who seldom set the
Daily Editions of city Journals; and aa only
A Limited Number cf Advertisements
j Art Inserted In its tolomns, apponrlately and
. waas-seva IAIU IW r'-JI.
THsTT OANMOT FAIL TO
j " Of ALL I J''f- -
Admtlalng In the WISKLY8TATK8MAN will fin
u ,;j ., m- It advantagoos la . v...
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which It almost certain to follow an extensive dltiemui
' f ' ation ' knowledge of their basinets
AMOHO. COUSTEY , LEA1EES I
. , ' ADVBBTISBMKNTB rSTINDKD FOR
TJio "Weeklv Statesman
. Should be handed In before Friday Been.
. i Iaflies' linen Pccket-Handk'fs.
kerchiefs, very wide hems- -
v, Ktnbroidored Linen Bandk't all prices. ,
Hemmed Stltchedand plain do, do
do do . colored borders. . . ,
; ' Mourning do black borders
n ' do do - new style cross stitched.
, .; Fine Apple do ' newpatteraa. ,
Mltae ,' Plain and nemmed Btltcheil do all nrlrea.
Comnrialng the moat select assortment In the eltv and
aa lowest prices. , UAIM At BON,
lewn . no. w Bonin uign Btreet.
! i, JOHN H WHEEtSB, . v
A GENT FOR ItOITIE, CONTINENT A
XA. aAXHATTAH, HXCURITt, Sr.d IRTlHt FlRX lRO. CO.
Nxw Yoaa; HaaoHAirra' and Oitv f ran or Hix-rroa.
Nw Toaa Lira and Coirx. Uvtoax Lira.. , -
Offices 81 Illarn St., avae'e VHI . ,
thTnlly ... - .
" i -s Alexandre's Kid Gloves.
'PLAIN AND EMBROIDERED. mOIT.
JL VIUEIA1KD aaa regular anap. stiacx aiaunnt,
embroidered In whits, magenta, purple, Ae. Undretaad'
Kid O lores. Mlates KM Oiores. A complete assortment
of these celebrated Oloveialwaja lor sale by .
- . . . , . '. BAIN a BON.
febM x " ' ' Ko. 89 Sonth nigh street.
.. j i Co-Partriership.M.-.tV
I BATE THIS DAY ADMITTED MY
ton JAMBS ADQBU. BAIN aa partner In air buti-
aeea, which will btreafter be oond acted under tht Arm
Of Bala At Bon. P. BAIN, itt) South Hih Bt.
Columbus, Feb IS, 1861. feblS
TTElltP AND COTTON ROPEBr J t- I-
. Bed Oordltnd Candle Wick, ., . .,, ,
i tor salt by , . W'KSB At KBSTtlAUZ,
oct7 "I I i - S4M.BIfh8tftwt'.'
HERRING I IIRRRINGII-BO
No. t rickted Barring in store, for salt by , v
Mtfl l"." ' ." . 34, HorthHIsh street.
rite risn i whith nan I :
. . . A , , . ... il .' V
. Kiw wo. 1 wniTB FISH, froa Lake Huron, la
BMl., Ualf and Quarter Bhl. Packages, In ttore and for
Burrt'I' '1 -7- V , Ktrth High street.
lQTAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
Tho LateitThi Larcrar,niA T?art
v. I The Cheapest Beokaa the Best. u r cI
"Tbe JffeeS Reliable itwMelartV'AaM 'w
snorisw oi tut MiUKlutLVMfmgt),ff;'lr';
, " ' Sim Hundred KmimtS3neaoe tf Wll; '"'
THE BEST ENCILISH PIOTIOKABT tXXtSlA-Jj"
I(U. A' 4ia. .J- ..A . WT .a a tanw . . a. i ,
o w id ujwsm-u i s - xaiiaarfej a tvmmiia WortU v oi
nntkM mtl If iBawlAt-aa awiaaawtlnaM A - 1 -- a, -I.
" ... ..a.m. mvmm .awae ISJSJBI BWH I TBaiVUBVe WtTWlMXIjF ' ' "'
with th(r orreot ineilinf.iwifl pronnariUoit Wcltvir1
Bead the DtcUiont of the MmkStri i Ohio MkttoaZ '
j Anxwr m Ammuimrtr) i .1..07ryjr Q
Thss Undstntamttrl tnamkatti WAiaai AkU aa. U Slk. f
A BftaVariaVtinn. tulnnt. ana al A. I, a.i.i.. a.i
. w-rw mt-m eaetas IWHwani I B aWLM tSBJt VnUflS;
and !p-kinft artjirAhy mt prMtMOsaUoti of
WflTiMtBr ttiwt.1 Qnstla a.-ai-.- ... .
------ .f wta v mmitaMmt J ai Slalls II ffjiUBJI, aBBT
dlally reoommend It as the must rellahle standard aa- .
Ipakea.0 rWft as Itta now wrltlee, And,
Loam Aroaaws, PrMldent Kenyon Oellegt. , ,( ,.. ,:H'
M. D. Laoorrr, Superintendent ZaneeelllaSoheoUi.w ni
Taoe. W. Uaavir, Hap't Uaaeltoa Ontoa ScImom. ;i k
Hi F. Ooworav, Bap't Fabua Schoota, Sandaak4
3t Ltkob, Bap't rnkVc Schools, Olreleytlk.
B.-N. Saaroao, Princio.vi OlaeaUnd V.m.la flml.. . .
fy. - . tj. . r-rr-i
W. MrrcBtu, Bop't Public rfaoott. Bit. TJnlm. : -A -
John Oatnr.. Prlnrlnnl Hl.t. KammI Uii ui...
flvan. W.. . L T . . . . . . .
........ t.Mvn, tnui.i .wiin auwrmrauiie acaaoi, ,,,
11,8. Mianit, Snp'i Canton Dnlon Scheols"."' fl O '. I
Bnwin Kaaain Principal AleNealy formal Sekool. 1
Ku T. Tarrax, Prof. Mathematics, Ohio UnirersltT.
Wat. W. Enwaane, Snp't Troy Union School.
A. a. Bonus, Principal West High fchooCCJevo ' ,
II. A. NOslTtMl. AlinrlsijPylnAlMl tTTl sUl
r - uiMtKaiwa. VrWtJ-, i
lanrl . i
Turonoti BTUlUiro, Friocipal High Bcfcoof; JI-rVf
R. P. noMirro-, Principal Cleveland loatltate.
J.i A. QaarisiD, President ef Hectic Institute, Hi
ram. W. L Bant is, Prof, of Chemistry, Ohio Wealeian ,
H, II. Babhsy, Xx-Commlsslonerof Common Schools,
J.Mts Momtot, Prof. Rhetoric, Oberlln College.
Taoe. Hru..PrefWen4Antloch College. .
O. W. U. OaTBcaT, Prof. Hathematlcs, High'1
Schtol, Dayton. . ... -h
8. O. CauMEaooH, Prof. Langoage, Blgh School.
Dayton. '' "l-'i IT
B. M. Baatka.BupU Union Schools, Ashlaed. ' ' ' "
More than aim Bundrtd other FrttUUnt ef Ouiu. - '
gee, Profeeiore, Author and Dtetlnovtehed Xduea- 1
(or have endoreed Hit a&oct tenfimetu,
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO
Milirrra Ooixtoi "It Is truly a magnlSetnt work,
an honor to the author, tl.t pabllshtrt, and tht whole
country." President Andrews.
Ohio WtsLSTAt Uxivaaevrv .-' It exceeds my expecta
tion. It will be my guide la orthography and pronun
ciation, and will ofteu bt eonoulted by me for itt neat
and accurate definitions." President Thompson.
W. R. Iclktic Ooixiot. 'Beitofore wt havtBeeJ
Webster's orthography. At a recent meetlog of oar
Faculty.lt was decided to change It to conform to that
of Worceater't Boyal Quarto Dictionary." President
Wan-taw Reaavi Oou.ro. "I find It worthy of
cordial approbation. ''President Hitchcock.
Oarmun CoLLioa. "It more than meets say expecta
tions. I recommend It aa the standard authority in
orthoepy to my children and my pupils." President
Ai-nbca Couxox. 'I adept and aim to nee In teach- '
Ing, writing and speaking, the orthography and pronun
ciation of Worcester's Moral Quarto Dictionary."
"In all my writing, speaking, and teaching, I have en
deavored to conform to tbe rules for orthography and
pronunciation as cootalntd ia Worcester's Dictionary."
Horace Mann, lata Freaident. - -
Kixtom Couxox, Oaatatn. I most cbrdtatly reoom
mond it aa the moat relUhle standard authority of the
English language as it it now written and spoken."
President Andrea-s. . -
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO. '
From Itev. Anion SmytX, Commiettoner of Common
txJuole in OMo .
"Tha Dictionary It an Imperiehabie monument to the
learning and Industry of Ita author, and aa honor to the
world of letters. The mechanical execution It far supe
rior to lh.1 nf inv ni h. T. miiL I. rv T
From Eon. IT. H. Sonny. Xj-bmm fsfcw .
"Tht most reliable standard aathorlrr of th. hnl" ''-'
lH-" . .... .
Xieadins Newspapers of OMo Srvv. '
I torn me vieeeland Herald of JfurcA 38. , . , ,
The orthography of tht Worcester Dictionary It that
tofA Ivw mm. If ha. .11 . . 1 ji.,t .1 . -
... j " - ... ...ra.w u. UI.IIU.IIUB II im
country and Bngland, and conforms to the aeoaral aaue liiF
- -'.''" y ....v.. .mi ipoaciM
Whatever prejndlcea may hart txlated prevloatly, a
MwT.il rt .... ...... I, l. l.il . . . . A . , '
J - ' .M ... .... am loiiowen
by a warm appreciation of Its great merits, and a dealre - ..
to add It to tht well selected library, be It large or small, "
It tsa library in Itself, and will remain an Imperiaka' '-"-'J
bl. record of the learning of It compiler. , ,
Irom the Cincinnati Oommarcial of April 80.
Bert art upwards of a hundred thousand woirrt good, '
ad and tml iff.rOTir .ku. M-uir..! . -- ,
derlrationa, together with their correct spelling and pro-nnnal.HAn-
am A.t 1...i k.r . .k. . mi . . t . . .
anqaeationably the greatest Thesanrns ef English H orda . .
over published. r'
From ih Cleveland Flainitaler of Sept. , 1880. ' 1 " ' 3
Xvldently Woacta-raa'a Rotal On. an, n-r-,... A. a:
enlv tU Itiet. but the an-r tuort nf th. iA .t-
susd.andcan by no potsiblllty suffer by comparison or
eontroveny. , . i . it.. ..... 0 iii-l
From VuToUdo Blade of May S3, ti, -;r.J-.!H
- . .. v.u..kM .. i aTTA.nanw a t a 1
followed by our beat authors; in deflnitlont be learet
nothing to be desired, and In Oarfmraantr It It wnteltnc ' 3 :1 "
to say that Woacmxa osnbt aafeiy followed. . , -, . j ,4
INOHAin Je IIRACin. .
PabllaUera,BDakellere&StetieKere'. , '
nv. sursBiua. sr., VLBVCLAND, OHIO.
: (i ! t
Our Cough, Cold. Boareenem, Jtttu. ''
i en, etnylriiatlon .&m.etaAt J kill
lkroat. Relieve th Hawking LxmoK
n Oontmmption, MrenAHHe, Amka-ct"
me, and Oatetrrk, Clear and ffwfu
etrength to the vofre ef
'. FUAta.IU ftPEAKERSV?. -'
aw ar. aware of the Importance of check ln a Ornish
or "Oemmon Cold" In 1st Bret stare: thai which ia tkm 4o J
segianlng would yield to a mild remedy. If negleolee), ,,, ,
soon attacks the lungs. "Srovm' Bronchial Iroche,
containing demulcent Ingredients, allay Paimanary anot : i
Bronchial Irritation. , ., .,
BBOWN'fl I "That troubla la By Throat, (fbr which
the 'Troche' art a specific) having stad Bta' '''
TROCIlES.oltenaBiere whltperer." . , ,
H . F. WTLLTB.
"I recommend their ate tt PtaaeoasaAk-i.'... il
mi." . . -...i
' BBT. 1. CHAPIN. ' -"'
"Hare woved cxtresMly terriceabi. lor rv
BROWN'S BoAksma.." ' . ,
. ' BBV. BXN1T WARD BFJ50HBFA. o'!J 7T
TBOOHESI "Almoat instant relief la the dlatrraalna ...
labor of Breathing peculiar to aeTnara." - "
KXJV. A. V- UUIiaXORn l'f!.J
'"Contain do Opium or anything Inluil
bat." DB. A. A. HAT1B, '- 'O '
VhemUt,Jotm. n n il
'A simple and- pleasant combination for
Coooirj, Ac". : - - Suit
AlB. U. W. B1UELOW, ,
' J - iotfow.''-"
'Beneflotal la BaoacatTii." i lfat
. , . fB. J.F.W.tANl, "l.
" ''' ' ' ' Bote."
"I hart proved them excellent tor Wsuuav . j
BIT, U. W. WABllN,'!-; "k
"Betifftcltl wbtn cosmellfd to sneak, sof- f 'a!
fcrlng from Cold." . -,i
KKV. p. P. i. ANVKlUon, .
i..u, ... . ... ... emtS"J
"BtrxcTQAl In removing Boareneasao4 (s yl
trrllatl.in of the Threat, so comvon wl b
BRAXxatand 8aaa,"' ,-al
BBOWN'B Pror. aiAus juuwuun , , .
t J i leHrremge,Oa lu,,"s
, . . Teacher af Motto, Boa Ultra h
- .,'. -. -i, ... ..I e'-t-f -.-f ,
"flreat benefit when taken before and aftar
Ithcir aast.aeat, I think tnty will awtfatt-.i K n
nuineut adTant.ee to rae." , ,,
i - RBV.FJ.B0WIIT. i.W.f lie
; , ; Pwia.ntAteik College, Ten,:.
ITpSold ay all Druggist, at nviNTt-: M J
, F1TB OBNTS A UOX.-TTT , . i (J
ROBBBT8 a SAMC1L, " .
j , Dmrriat S4 North Blch street. -
; .t. , 8. B-BAMUKLAs CO.. , .,, ,.,
I c ' - 85 South High street, Columbus, 0-
' BM7-deodlaa . . j. . ., , , . . . '
eioelng up hit old butlneaa at .not, and hope that
all VOTSons Bavlng aaweUtod aaataBta ta hit hooka will v J
giro tliera Immediate atlealloa, . , ., .
lfebW ., - ' ' t. UiS. '""
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