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TOL. VII. NO. 252, NEW SERIES;
COLUMBUS. OHIO. FRIDAY EVENING. MARGH 29. 18C1.
SIX DOLLARS PO YElH
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DAILY, TEI-WEEKLYA5DWEEXLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
fUBtltaiKI AMD PBOfBHTQgl
CT Offlet Km. 86, tl ad 40, Vorth Hlgk ft.
TBRM8 INVARIABLY IN ASTANOl'.
0Uy 90 00 par yttr.
By tnt nurritr, par vhi, aanta.
frl-Wealrlr , - . 8 00 par yi
Weekly, . , . - 1 00 ,, ; ,V
crma of AdvertUinir by th Square
miqur 1 yei...J0 W
One " Uinor.thi 18 (JO
One " 8 mentht 19 00
iat " 3 month! 10 00
Dne , II monlhi 8 00
One ' ., 1 month. 6 00
One tqaare 8 weeki. .4 00
One . " Sweeki.. 3 00
One " Iweek... 1 7J
One :3ye.. 1 oo
One BiUyi... 79
One " llneertioa SO
Dltplnjed tdrerUiimenta hlf more thn the ebore
rates.
Adrettltemcnti letde Mid phweA in the eolamn of
Pr.eclnl Notice," doubH ti orunary rout.
All uotlcee reqntrec to be published by Uw, leftslnte.
If ordered on the Inline exciustreiy niier ue nraiweei
per cen:. more thn the ebore ratee; bat (11 inch wll
iDiwir la the Trl-Weekur wlthoet ohine.
Duilneae Card, not exoeedin( Art liner, per yew, In
ii ue, so per line; onuiae it.
Notion of meetlnti, clwri tablet oeleUoi, Are oompanlee,
eic.. hitlf nrlee. . , -
All traniU advrtitmnmtt mmti t4 paid far to
'inarms ' Te rule will not be nrledfrem. -
. Weekly, lame price ee the Dally, where the kdrertlaer
tea the Weekly alone. Where 'he Dally end Weekly
re botn eaed, then the charge tor the Weekly WUI be
.0 iir the rte er Uie uany
No adrertiiement taken except fore definite period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
EAGLE BRASS-WORKS,
Corner KprlnfrtV Water 8U.,"j.;
Oolumbus, Olxlo.
W. B. POTTS & CO.,
TeXOIIiaNriQTO,
And llannfnetnreri of Urate end Aompoiltloo Oullngf,
linltheo) Brut Work ol ell Ueecrlpuont.
Electro Plating and Gilding!!
stencil cutting; &C.
(ebfOO-dly ' . .
F..A. b. smxiBS, ;
Attorney txt Tgx'xxr
AMD NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office Amen Building, oppotlte Capitol Square.
ooLUMBna. onio.
Machine Manufacturing Company
. II A!DT ACTUM OF . ' i S.
STEAM ENGINES & BOILER
OMtingi, Xlll Oearing, Xtablnary.'
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t i! o. ! -.AtBO, i '.,- .i ' -j -
Xt.allxco.c3L' Work
ot mtr DiBctimoN. . :' , '
. COliDMBUfl, OHIO, " -OH
AS. AHBOrT, Bep'i ' - ' f . AMBOS.iTreM. .
deoll, IHW-tf -i '.
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolis!
Through to lodianaDolia without Change of Can
and but One Change of Can between ,
: Columbna and St. Louis.
THREfi, TRAINS DAILY FROM COLTJM
.., ; BUS. . : .
' ' ' FIR3TTRAIN. ,..;'
'. (Dally, Mondayt excepted.) ' j
Riant JIXPKK88, 9ia Deyton, at 8:49 a. m.,etop.
pint at London, Xenia, Dayton, Uiddletowa and llaanll
ten,arrilratOindnniti at 8:20a. m.; Dayton at 6:
a.., lodianopolUat 10:48 a. m. It. UuUat 11:50
' SECOND TRAIN. '" ' ;
ACOOUMOIUIION.at B:10 a. m., atopping at all Bta
ttonibetweenOolumbutand Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
rtrlnn at Cincinnati 11:08 a. m., Dayton at 9:15 a. m.,
Indianopolit at 2;S8p. m.
: , ( , THIRD TRAIN. ; . f '
DAY KXrRB8,tt 8:30 p. m., ttoppiae; at Alton,
JeSeraon, . London, Oharleeton, ..Otdanille, " Xenla.
Spring Valley, Corwln, Uorrow, JDeerfleld. fotter'e.
Loreland, Mlllfordaod Plalnrille, arrirlng at Cincin
nati at 7:20 p. m.; Rt. too It at 13, m; Dayton at 9:35 p.
m.i Indianopolit fWiXp. , j (.. v.
Sleeplns; Care oa all Nlarht Traluai (
Clnciiaaatl and lndlanapvli. .
BAOBAOB 'CHECKED THKOlIII.
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lor further Information and Through Tlckeai apply to
M..L. DOHHRTT, ' L
Wlktkel Agent, Union Depot, OolomhutvOhlov '
. 1 H. W. WOODWARD, -
V gnperlntendent, Cincinnati.
, iNO. W. DOHRT J
Jul3 F:V""' Afenl,Ooluinba,,
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SOMETHING ' NEW'
H OWARDS;QO'Si
ApmCAH; BATCHES. :"t
CALL AT NO. 83, 80TJTH IllOn ST.,
and examine our new make of ...
AMERICAN watches;
manufactured by Ik HOWARD as CO ( Boeton, Matt;
Theee Watohee ere far euperior to enythingarer offered
to the public heretofore. 1 Haying the exelutlrt agency,
lean tell them etprlcet to ealt the thnee. I hayejutt
reoelTtdalaige itook ef ;js
, 'AMERICAN WATCHES, -.:: '
manafaotared by APPLE ION, TRACT, k CO j alto, a
flneateortmentof ' ' ' v. i. ...... .
ENGLISH APT SWISS WATCHES,
v In Sold aol Silver Caeet, at Panic prloee. : .:.: j
ianS3 W '-" '; 4 ' aw-.:-.-'W,?f IATA01.' '
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100
Tir. - CII BKEEN and : BLACK
I'KAS lOO ban wrlmt Rio Conee. .
1 SO soekMaeld Dutnh fiovemment Java Coffee.
75 bageCej',n Coffee.. i.wj j .... .i
SOQbblt. etandard WW to Sugan, aentlttlng at Pew-
dred, Ofinuhed, GranulaMd A and B Ooffee. -
50qulntalaaeorgeBaak4)odnahi'j . '
gobble, aieea and No. i Mackerel. - )v . . ; r.
toe. Plok Salmon. t-,j .,....,: .
100 bx. Layer Baiiini. ;, .t , . ,..;.
60 hf boa do , do ii ii.i.., t.: j-.i.-ai -
lOOqrs boa do : :de -. .,
lOO u Olgare, auereai sraaoi ana gntae. '
nov27
)t!,i j.ti ;
WM. MoDONALD '
And, Blank-Book KaiiTifaiitnrcr, '.: iS
KOTO! EIOH RSKXT, COLVXBTg, OSIO
narll-dly 1 . . . . ' a '. Za.
-, rAniLVirLouate.
Wll IT M WHB4T( BRANPEO
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sno'w:j5,ijakb3.- ;j ' ;
Prom "BamettMllH,"Bpringflld, 6. the beet brand of
floor brought to our market. Satisfaction aaranteed.
Ioraleonlya,v WM, MoDONALD'C ,r ,
ov8T i JOe lonta Hlgt etrert. .
ALEXANDRE Kill LOVEt. -All
elM and eeloytlutt opened al ' BAIM8,
deeTll. t' " ' o.8B?BttniIhitreefc
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stone's bazaar:
N"o. 4 Gwvnne , Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HARRA
a NOW RECEI VINO THEIR WIW
Ii. ilR GOODS, and invite the publlo to lntpeot
Uiem. ' no euen etocc or wooae nee erer oeen erengnt to
thie market. . The South, in eoneeqaenc of the failare
ef the grain crop, hat not been able to purobate the ue
nalauantltr of rloh coodi. and thie fact hat forced the
Importer! to eell them at publlo auction. Our buyer
(Mr. Stone) being in New York at theee large ealee, took
advantage of them, and we ean and will tell ourgoode
here, at lea than any one too purcnetoa two wee re eioce,
paid lor mem is new ior. uureioca uoompieie
every department of ' t -
ELEGANT DRESS 8ILE3, ,
, OTTOMAN VELOURS, ;
BROCHE VALENCIAS, : ,
PRINTED MERINOS.
PRINTED C0BUR63,
',, r :. , . , DYED COBUGSj
BLACK ALPACAS, , , i , .,
ORLEANS, .. ,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
- ... - ALL WOOL DELAINES.
POPLINS, PRINTS,
. .. i DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS
i ilve Thousand Dollars Worth
1 i , Bought in One Day, it
At eae hall taa Coat f Impaitatlon
LADIES' FURS, '
In all Varletleae ! the Celebrated
. Blannfatare af C O. Oan
. . then tc n.
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT, ,
Hen't.ladlee and Chlldren'i TJnfler ShlrM and Drawer!
Ladiea, AHetee and Children'! Hoalery of all kinde, in
Wool and Lamb'i Wool; fleecy Lined and Cotton Gloret
of every make. . 7
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A eemplete assortment of all the naual varie
tlesof . f ; f .
LADIES' CLOTHS, . . ;.
. CASSIMERE3, .
i , : OVERCOATINGS,
TWEEDS,
FLANNELS,
-.; , RIBBONS, v.
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladiea and Gent's Linen Cambric Hani
- i - . kerchiefs, Ac, &o. .
Sa venoni who call on u, we pledge . ourwordt to
tbot them the largest, beet and eheapeti etoek of Good,
ever teen in uut market, or pay mem one aoiiac per
noorwniie looking.
aect-diyittawitw. BTuns ac u umu,
LATHROP, LUDINGTON & CO.
23 ft 25 F ABE PLACE, .
, 20 ft 22 HUB.EAY STEEET,
, . ai ju w' touk,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF,
Foreign and ' Domestic
DRY GOODS
FOR CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT. (
' SPRING, 1861. v
We ere oDenlne. at our amDle wareroomt. at the above
anmbert, ttockt of Qoodt In each of the tlx department
of our butlnete, euperior to anything we have heretofore
exhibited to lot trade. . . . ) vt. . 'i
cloth departmobntJ
f Me hat erown to Ita oreeent mtinUude under the
thorouih management of a hover of lone experience and
i i.j , UTa b v,n.lv Itnaa f
Uieeneetandc&oloeet.,., j ,. . ..
FANCY 0ASSIMERES
be found in the market, all eelected with the nlcett
dltcrlminaUon. Alto, all gradet, colon and varieUet oC
BROADCLOTHS, ,
. . SATINETS, . -:'
' LADIES' CL0AINNGS,
TWEEDS,
. IARHIRB' and HXROHAKTS' C A33IMKRI8,
KINTTJCKY JSANB, from 9J, to eenti per yard
! '.and apwardt;
TWIED8, 1SX to U oentt per yard but year eold at
! . . . 18 la Ms . . ., ., .
w.-.V. i : PRINTED 8ATINIT8, at 14 oentt;
And other Oocdi arretpondiglif Low,
Dress-Ooods ' Department.".' ,
Hanchetter De telnet,
Hamilton do.
Pacific do. , .
Printed lawne, t
Printed Brllllantee, '
fancy Ginghamt,
Bombeelnee, . u
Black Stlie, . .;
fancy Bilks.
: Printed OhaHlt,
Alancbetter Ginghamt,
i Olaigow i do. ,
Clinton ' do.
Ottoman Clothr, "
Alpaoaa,. . . . .j. .-
PopliOI, :, .;; t-.
j . . And tt Nat StUet Styk of
FANCY SPRING GOODS.:
Uerrhnao Print,
Coeheco ' do.
Paoido ' do.
Blctunond't Printt,. -American
, do.
Dunnell'e-- do.1- -Inglith
do. -.
Bpraguea do.
Hancheeti
leeter, o. rnni,g., ,,
3X5MBSTIO CCXTTONS.
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Lawrence 0
Stark
Xathrop .;.
Shawmut .,
Pooanet ,
Bheetlngt,
do.,
,: do., j.
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do, ,
Atlantis A. Sheetlnp,
Amotkeag do. '
Appletoa i i..de..i.
Everett ,it,,x do. .
' Dtica, e., . do.
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Alt Groitt and Width. , i '
BIiKAOniD SniRTINQS AND 8IIKITINQS.
Wantutta, " .' DWIghl,"''' ' tawrenoei",
Xontdale, Oreatfallt, , , Naumkeag,
mu,, Waltbaa,. ;:;..! Boott,- .
,j j -. ' . . HeYoikHllle,,.,fc.-' :-- -
;sHAivi&ANir
" j A LAROI AND aiLIOT AB60RT1I111T. r ,
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00TTON ADII-a peat variety. ',.(,,.,.,' j .
0HK0K8 do. , . ; . , .
IICKINflS-ll the leading branflti" " " 1 -DRNIM8
do. ' . do., h-i l-'..'- '' V- ' "
8UIRUN0 llRiPBS-all the leading brand. ;! ,
NANKSBNB do. do.... .
00K8BT JBAN8 "" ' do..- do. .
MORRKNS do.- '" do. " - '
DAMASKS, PAPIR CAMBRIC"., OOLORUD CAM'
j .; : BRI08, io. ,,.;:
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCKS OF
WHXTK CI00D8,' i.'r.-.f.i!h'W .;,.iy . J. t.;.A
I .:.: ..: E08IXST, -: j-:-. i . :-'-..u..1 .
j TAIEU KOTIOHS,
Gentlemen's FurnisniDg Gootjs,
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS,'," I i' .
CARPETS AND OIL-CLOTHS,"-"
And agreal variety of Ooodt not enemerated-all of
which we pledge eurtelvei to tell at the bwxtf market
priatttho larger portion al from U to 30 per cent, leei
than hatyear. ..! . : ...i. i...... - -
LATHROP, LUDINGTCiN & CO.,
NEW YORK.-r
marl
U':Xrlsnen;.Goods.:
ClTABHAJITEi,ABRd:;,;'i;.,,: '
Linen Bhlrt Boaome Jlala and fancy" ' ,
kUi: Bhlrtingand Boeom Linani.
i,.t, Lln'B Bhettlpgt and Pillow Oatinga..., -
tui. ifi Mncn Oambrlce and Long Lawne. "'
I..,.. -Linen Voeket-handk'Ti, all iltee.
' ! T".l'w .WnenTirwaiiinpjndBlapara,
. - Linen BapkUi, and D'Ovllee... - , , j
'J" llnettTable Cloth. and (.lialS,5'1 "''i J"
i rt , Unearowele with colored bordere;" ;3 7-:'
,'. . .Xlnenmi0overinKiaa0raB,'iv5J'1.1
I.J f lo iK.f0',4WWAe. , io cri.',
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THB OHIO STATESMAN STlEAM
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BOOK AND JOB
PRINTING- ESTABLISHMENT
Having Increaaed ill already
EXTENSIVE FACILITIES,
. It fully prepared to execute in the
MOST ELABORATE MANNER,
A9D IN
THE LATEST STTLES,
CATALoarrss, .
SBlifS, ' '
BILLS LADING, '
BILL H1ADS, -
Noras, . ,
DRAfTS, , ; :
CHICKS, '
CIRC0LARS,
PAKPHIJITS,
LETTERHEADS,
LIQAC BLANKS, -,
DRAT BICBLPT8,
LABELS, CARDS,
ENTE LOPES,
RAILROAD, INSURANCE,
And every detcrlptlon of
LETTER PRESS PRINTING,
Equal to any IiUbllthment In the State, and ope
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term which will compare favorably with tho
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leading Kaatern Prlnilng notuca.
every JTnoility to aid TJa
w Tint paoDucTioi w
ELEOANT. POSTERS :
AITD
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HIGHLY ILLUMINATED
l.:o
SHOW CARDS,
We offer our tervicet to all who may deilre that clajn
of work.
' We havt connected with par EatabB&mtnt a '
, BLANK BOOK BINDERY,
from which we produoe the .
Finest ,X3lArLlx. Work
AND TBI Moar '
J -.-1 . I ' -1, 't , . '
SUPERB SAIL ROAD BLAJTZ BOOKS.
OTJR ESTABLISHMENT
It admitted to be
T11U . , XjikXtC3r-lI3ST
IBM MOST
COMPLETE IN FICOJTIES,
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PERFECT Ilf ORCANIZATION
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In thie City, and we may add,
WE WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE
WITH ANT
Printing Honat) In the Waat.
RICHARD KEVINS,
.i,: PBOPBXETOB.
Gents'' Linen Shirt CoUars, t;v
OF STJPERIOR QCALITT, Iff CAM
BOT, Standing, Byron, Pertlniay, Benfrew and
other new shapes,' Hemmed rocket Handkerchleft, Neck
Tlea, 8 lock a. Street end Hvealng Olvree, Half Hoae or
every kind, Under Oannento and all klnda of Oente' fur
nUhlng flood. In great variety and at modeiate price.,
. , BAIN SON,
-m ; Ho; 8 South Hleh. twit."
iif ALTisa i
111 -o" alegant qi
at thkbad Lack ribttsi
qualiUea for Ladiea; alao. Misses' Mitts
gnat i variety v - BAIN'S.
MSftt
II1VI.
Daily, per year, i -
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Tri-Weekly, pel rear
Weekly, peiyeai ,. .
St. Patrick.
. The Baltimore u fnrnUhes the following
ketch of the life tad worka of St. Patrick, the
patron saint of Ireland '. " ' ' ' ' '
St. Patrick, the apostle and patron saint of
Ireland, waa bora at Toura, in uaui, aoout 373.
Hit uncle wai the great St. Martin, Biabop of
Tonra. Hit father was Uaipburmus; nig moth.
er'a name waa Co -iieeaa. , in dsa. beine six-
teenveara old.bi aaa taken captive in Bretaent,
and waa brought to Ireland, wliere be waa sold
to Milcho Hnanan, a petty prince of Dalardia,
In Antrim. Patrick fed Milcho'a hogi, in which
tffloe, the saint telle na, he was frequently in
prayer; the love and rear or. uoa innamed bis
neart, nia laun was eniargeu, ma own augmen
ted. he aaid hundred nrayera by day, and near
ly aa many by night; he rose in the frost, rain
sad anow, and waa .not alotbful, &o. In Ibis
way be learned the Irish language, manners and
dispositions, and tuns prepared nimseir for bis
subsequent laoora.
In 395 be waa released from his servitude,
and retorted to bis relatives, witn wbom be re
mained itwo yean. Itwas during this time
be hid that vision in which be saw a man nam
ed Victorious coming to blm from Ireland, with
number of letters, one of which contained the
words Vex Hiktrni Qtnaum, "the voice of the
Irish," and whilst reading it he heard voice
saying, "we entreat wee, fatrick,. to - come
amongst us," which formed his resolution on be
ing Ireland's apostle.
Patrick for thirty-five yeara atudied utrderhia
uncle, St. Martin, by whom he was made dea
con. Abut 403 be went to Home, where be
studied the scriptures for six years. In 429 be
accomnanled i. German to excel Pelaeian lam
from Britain; and in 432 was appointed by Pope
Celeatloe to preach to the Irish. He proceeded
to Delardla, where bis old master, Milcho, lived.
He next went southward, westward and north
ward, until he arrived at Tara. Hers be con
verted Coonell, prince, grandfather to St. Co-
Iumbklll. In 434 ha traveled to Connaueht,
where he converted the daughters oi King
Leobair. Now, in Imitation of Christ, Mosea
and Ellas, be fasted forty days, and, according
to Jocelloe, gathered the tribes of reptiles and
serpents, and drove them into the ocean. Pat
rick aeaio proceeded northward, toward the
west, to Tyr-Amalgald (now a deanery in
Tuam,) aud beta converted many thousands,
amidst striking miracles. Colganeays he found
ed here above 47 churcbea. He appointed
bishops, ordained priests snd founded nunneries
on bis course to Louth. In 445 he bnilt a ca
thedral, enlarged and beautified Armagh, and
fixed hia archiepiscopal see in it.
In 44a be held a synod, aud enaoted manv
valuable canons in Armagh. 1 He now passed
through Leinster to Dublin, baptised the kin
and people, and by hia "Staff of Jesus," a foun
tain issued, near wnicb be built a cathedral.
According to the Black Book, quoted by Usher,
St. Patrick selebrated mass in one of (be sob
terranean vaults, over which Christ Church was
subsequently built in 1038. . In 454 he founded
the Church of Ardah, and consecrated St, Marl
its bishop. : For six years be made bis eircuite
around Ulster, Leinster, and other parts of Ire
land. In 461 he made journey to the Pope,
to whom be gave an authentic account of the
fruits of his mission. The Pope received blm
witbjoy, confirmed bim in his apoetolate of
Ireland, and armed nim witu legative pow
era. . ... .
On bis return he Daiaedthroueh Britain.
where he destroyed Paganism, excommunicated
tbe wicked prince, Corotick, and established
numerous monasteries and churches, fie now
for thirty years renewed his labors, animated
bis float-, built churchea, ordained nrieets. eonse
erateo Disnops, founded monasteries and nunne
ries, held councils, wrote his confessions, rules
and canons, removed abuses, and after due re
tirement and contemplations, died in the Abbev
of Paul, on the 17th of March, 493, in the one
hundred and twentieth year of bis ace, and was
buried in Down, which gave rise to that verse
"In Down, three talnte one grave do fill;
Patrick, Bridget and Oolumbkill."
A Street Scene—An Impudent Fellow Rightly
Served.
Considerable exoitement reigned for a abort
time Bandar nicht near the Lombard street In
firmary, corner of Green end Lombard streets,
by an occurrence first thought to be a serious
disaster, but afterwards turned to a lndiorous
mishap that convulsed with laughter tbe crowd
of spectators. It appeared that a young lady,
wbose name our modest reporter shrank from so
liciting, being of an Independent nature, a little
disposed to eccentricity, and, withal, having a su
preme contempt for tbe whole race of profession
al beaux, not disposed tohasard a prj'nenade af
ter nightfall without a proteotor, conceived and
executed tbe novel idea of training a very large
dog, of superior sagacity and Intelligence, to
perform tbe Important duties of an escort when
his services were required. So well had the noble
beaal (t. e. dog) improved under her skillful
training, that the most intimate friend could
not approach her without her aignifyiog to the
watchful guardian that it was all right. Thus
provided, she has been In the habit of visiting
mecua ana eoqnMunocro at an eearoni, Dot,
withstanding repeated .remonstrances from
them, without molestation- Sunday night she
waa not so fortunate.
Passine: alone tbe neighborhood Indicated In
the commencement of this paragraph, the rude
band! of a allghtnally tipsy youth was placed
upon her shoulder, accompanied by the remark:
"Say, Jenny, what yer do ." The balance
of the remark waa lost In the passing wlcd, snd
tbe astonished youth, from a perpendioular,
quickly (wsumed a horizontal attitude, a huge
mastiff tugging away at a certain portion of hia
trowsers, in aasgeroua proximity to bis tender
person. Sobered in a moment, and fully real
izing bis dangerous position, he began to cry
lustily for help, and bis piteous calls soon col
lected quite a number of people '. EfTorla were
made to release him, 1 but the indignant brute
kept fast his hold, shaking after the manner of
a terrier and mouse, until a enriii whistle broke
upon his ear, sounded by the lady, who bad re
tired a few i paces, ' and be waa quickly at bet
aide. - The fellow was' picked np more dead
than alive, tod was receiving the congratulations
of tbe crowd upon bis narrow escape, wben
bystander, who bad witnessed the whole affair,
and who happened to be acquainted with tbe
young lady and her peculiarities, effeotually
ohanged their sympathies into ridicule, and the
lellow was giad to sneax on to escape a second
ed
fair
our
ef
ed
for
oo
en
and
trouncing. BoUlmor Clipper,
A Sensible Republican.
The Btr Louis Republican states that Hon.
W. B. Ogden, of Chicago, member of tbe III!.
Inoia State Senate, and a very popular gentle
man wituai, waa saued upon oy a number of
merchants oi tnai eity a few days aince. Io a
speech whioh we find reported in the Pott, he
made use oi tne toiiowmg language in reference
to his own (the Republican) party:
, "lie eouid not be untrue to his own conscien
tious convictions. He would not say that the
Republican platform waa not right, so far aa an
abstract truth was concerned; but be would aay
that tbe Republican party bad made a mistake.
The doctrine of that platform, that there should
be no more slave States, could not be carried
out. ' 1 be attempt to carry it out would put an
end to this government. lie saw the mistake
wbicb they bid made before the election, aad he
bad anticipated the result. When, on the evening
after the election, he stood In the house of a
friend en Beacon street, in the city of Boaton,
and saw the long procession of 'Wide-Awakea'
go by, with torches and banners, and shouts of
triumph, a lady standing near, remarked, "Mr.
Ogden, you do not seem to enjoy it ' 'Madam,'
waa bis reply. 'I am never merry at a funeral.'
With some turprise she inquired what he meant.
Bit reply was that be feared the procession then
paAilpg would prove to be the uoeral prooes
sion of tbls nation."
to
last
a
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AN IMPORTANT TABLE,
Showing the Population of the United states and according to
Showing the Population of the United states and Territories, according to the Seventh Census, (1850,) and the Eighth Censure (1860) respectively; also,
the Representation for the Thirty-Eighth Congress, and the Losses and
Gains in the several States.
,.i': ' . CENBUS Of 1850.' I : CINBDB Of 1800. ' "f f I'
.1.- Uilt"-i' i , ' ' ' I. Ill, . . . .! 'J -3 B .1
8TATS8. j i tS5
,-r:'-.,i, . : ' 1 -'-'l ' f 3 3
rata. BLava. I total. rata., eLave. totai. g-S
; " ' . s
Alabama VSXn M44 ; 771 3 KO.loJ 435,133 H,8S , S 1
Arkanma, , 162.797 ,.47, 1W)I XOS 807 AS4 323 111,104 435 4-27 3.. I
California ' W.597 .j 09,597 3H0.III& , 3X0013 1
Connecticut: 370,798 r 1 370. 71H 460.151 460 151 4 ....
Delaware W,BJ S,990 91,532 1 10.42(1 l,7fl IIS 218 I
fUrlda 48,135 9 310l 87,445 , 78 66 81753 140.459 1 .. ..
Georgia 524.5113 381,6fc . SOS, IH5 5S5.007 462 230 1057.337 7 J ..
Illinois..... 851,470 . .851,470 1,711.753 1,711,753 13 .. 4
Indiana '988,410 '988,410 1,350,471) 1,350.370 II....
Iowa 192,814.. 192,214 674948 674.911 5.-3
Kantat......u. ... , , , 1117,110 "107,110 1 .. ..
Kentucky... 771,4X4 810,981 ,982,405 930 2S.il 223, 49W 1,155 713 8 3..
Loultiana 972,951 941.809 517.702 370 913 332,320j 709,433 3 .. 1
Halne,.......... 583.169 583 W9 ' 628 876 628,276 5 1 ..
Maryland , 492,666 90,368 i 583 034 509.846 87, 1M 687 034 5 1 ..
Muaechuaetts 994 514 : 994.514 1,231.065 1,231,065 10 1 ..
MlniulitlppI .., 896,648 31.9 878 608.3'Je 354 699 4M,6fl6 791,395 8....
Mlitourl - 594.622 87,423 . 682 044 1. 058. 3w 114,905 1,173,317 9 .. S
Ulcklgan 397654 .'. 397.654 ! 749,1121 740,112 6 .. I
Minnesota 6 077 ........ 6,077 162.022 1H.022 .1 1 ..
New Hampshire , 317,970 317 976 82ti.(i72 326.072 3..,.
Hew iereey 489,319 930 489555 672.03 ll 672,031 5 ....
New York..... 3,097,394. itM.y.U 3887,542.. 3 887,542 31 2 ..
North Carolina , 580,491 9r8,648 Rfl019 661,5861 331,081 992 687 7 1 ..
Ohio 1,9(0.329 1........ 1,980.32!) 2,339 599 (,339,599 18 3..
Oregon , 13,294 13,294 52.464 ,. -52 464 . 1 ..
Penniylvanta 9,311,786 2,311.786 2,960,370 2906,370 23 ..
Rhode Island 147 545 147,545 174 621 174.021 .1 1 ..'
South Carolina.... 283.523 384.984 608 507 . 301,271 402 541 703 SIS 4 2..
Teoneaiee 763 258 239,459 1.0I,7I7 834.063 273 784 1,109,847 8 2 ..
Text ., 154.431 58,161 819 502 420 651 180,388 601 039 4 .. S
Virginia... 949,133 472,528 1,421,60)! 1,105,196 490887 1,596.081 II 2..
Vermont 314,190 ...1..,. 314,120 315.116 313,116 S 1 ..
WUeooitu 305,391 303 391 775 873 775,873 :' 6 .. 3
' 19,806 662 S 90060923 ,007,2821 17,185,109 3,94953731,134,600 233 4 16
TB8BU0HIE8. ,. . .
Colorado.. 34,197 34,197
Dakolah 4.839 ' 4.839 !..
Nebraska 88832 10 28 .842 '..
Nevada I 6.857 6 857 !..
New Mexico 61 547 61,547 93.517 24 93.541
Utah 11,354 . 26 11,380 40,266 29 40 295
Washington ,. 1178 ........ 11 67S .... v
District of ColnmMs 48 000 3,087 31,687 71.845 3,181 7j,07a' .... ....
19.987.563350431123.191,876 '27.477 000 J,932.80ll3l,429 89l'
' The whole number of RenretenUtlvet Ii b law fixed
among the Slates respectively, by dividing the number of the free population of the States, to which, in elavehold
log Statee. Uiree-fiftht of the elavee is added by the number two hundred and thlrtv-three. and the nrodnct u( uuh
division (rejecting all fraction! of a unit) shall he the ratio
oor ana amount or tne iracitoni among to many dividend! would, or course, 10 ue aggregate, be sufficient to;reduce
the number of Repreetntatlree below the number epeclfled, It vss nrovuled that the whole number should ha .on.
piled by aeaigning to to many States having the largeet
mo sumoer 01 iwo nunareu ana uunywree memnere anouia oe ateignea 10 ine teverat ntatei.
at two hundred and thlrtv-three. who an .nnartlonxt
of representation 0! the several State, ; but aa the unm
fractions an additional member each for its fraction, until
[From the Augusta Chronicle, March 20.]
A Novel Scene in Georgia—Snow Eight Inches
Deep on 19th of March—Fun in the
Stsets—A Perfect Carnival.
One of those sights which deserve, special
mention for their rarity in ibis southern lati
tude, dawned upon our vision yesterday morn
ing. Tbe earth was robed io a mantle of enow,
to the depth of from six to eight inches. . Tbe
feathery flake, aa they silently fell the night
previooa, did not all melt; and when the eun
arose, and took his course through the uncloud
ed blue, tbe scene was one of dazzling brillian
cy and beauty. Every tree was robed in ermine;
and what was a lovely spectacle, (and per-
bapse as latai aa lovely, was to see tbe deli
cate purple and crimson bloom on the fruit trees,
peeping through this unnatural covering, and
contrasting nneiy witb us intense spotless white
nena. I Let us hone, however, that the enow
(torm bas not wholly destroyed those delicious
fruits whloh Pomona had in etore for us. . .
But, "a sight to make an old man young,"
was to witness tne excitement tne delirious
joy, whioh the advent of the snow created in
tbe old and young. The earlier portion ol tbe
day was almost wholly given up to sports with
tbla evanescent element- Hove fought mlmlo
battles with It; girls (and some who had seemed
to become so for tbe nonce) showered down snow
missiles on the beads of passers-by; old men
renewed their youth and took several rounds for
fun: clergymen and grave matrons participated
in the eponj limbs ot tbe law, court, counsel and
witnesses were all together by the ears; snd tbe
merry langn irom tbe assailants wben toe Dal
bit the mark,' of from tbe assailed when it
didn't, made a new and strange yet not un
pleasant music A walk along the pave when
the carnival was at its height, was a matter of
serious moment; and this subscriber ackuowl
edges,' that while pedestrlanizlng up Broad
street, all unconscious of danger, and absorbed
in meditation aa to bow the local column was
be filled on the morrow, a snow-ball, sent with
unerring aim from a three story window, struck
tile, and made what was already shocking
bad bat a spectacle for tears and lamentation,
and sent It from bis bead with a whiz-i-s,. -
The nonchalance with which he gathered its
remains, endeavored to re tare its symmetry,
and place it smiling on his head, doubtleea fully
compensated the enemy for tbe work she had
accomplished. Such shouting such laughing
such hurling of the snow about, waa indica
tive of good leeliog, at least; and we have only
heard of rare instances where the assailed let
their temper get the best of them. It remind
one of old Rome during the carnival, when
women, saucy girls, snd little ohlldren
shower the street paaeengeia with bon-bons. : It
was indeed a season of unrestrained hilarity:
if it prove hurtful in a sense which tonobes
palates or our pockets, depriving us of some
the promised fruits of the earth, it has serv
the good purpose oi unbending our dignity
a little space, giving us a good a well as
novel exercise, which bas planted fresh bloom
the cheek, and strengthened our faith in tbe
inherent good nature and social instincts of our
kind. The ""soft white silence" of the snow
may not hays been sent in vain, after all. . ,
Uut Bavannan and Cbariestou exchanges
make no mention of snow in their respective
sections on monday night. We learn from a
passenger from Savannah, that no snow bad fall
there up to 11 o'clock. v a: j . V : ,
Southern Folks
i. - .
De Bow's itevifw, an ultra Southern maga
zine, thus describes Southern people :
Our women are ell conservatives, moral, re
ligious, and sensitively modest, end abhor tbe
North for infidelity, gross Immorality, licen
tiousness, anarchy and agrarianism. 'Tis tbey
the clergy who lead and direot the disunion
movement. , it -is a gross mistake to suppose
that Abolition alone is the cause ol dissension
between the North and South- . The Cavaliers,
Jacobites and Huguenots, who settled tbe South,
naturally bate, condemn and despise tbe Puri
tans who settled the North. The former are
master raees-Kbe latter a slave race, the do
soendanta of the Saxon serfs. The former are
Mediterranean races, descendants of the Ro
mans: for Cavaliers and Jacobites are of
Norman descent, and so were the Huguenots.-
Tbe Saxons and Angles, ue anoestors of tbe
Yankees, eama front the eold and marshy re
gions of the North, where man Is little more
than a eold blooded, amphibious biped. ' 1! -"
We are tbe most arietooratie people In tbe
world. Pride of caste and oolor, and privilege.
makes every man an aristocrat In feeling. Aris
tocracy la tbe only aafeguard ot liberty, tha on
ly power watchful and strong enough to exolude
monarchical despotism.- At the North tbe pro
gress and tendency or opinion la to pure oemoo
racy, less government, anarchy and agrarian
ism. Their hatred of the South will accelerate
this noxious current of opinion, and anarchy
will toon wind up in military despotism. There
will be as many little deapota as there are now
States, for no usurper will wield means sufficient
eonquer or fuse into one several States. It
will be a great improvement in Northern af
fairs, and is far preferable to Northern democ
racy, agrarianism, Infidelity and free love. ;
A Harry Miiwaf . A curious little anecdote
respecting the Prince of Wales has caused con
siderable merriment at Cambridge during toe
few days. It la aaid that In anticipation of
visit from the Prince to the noble chapel of
college, the chief ef the establishment of
wbiob, Tor obvious reasons, we forbear giving
name directed tbe verger to give blm no
tice ol the arrival ef his Royal Highness. 1 Af
waiting some boars In a state ef fearful sua.
peneej the reverend gentleman sent for the ver
r ' J ' 1.M " -
"Has the Prince been announced P he asked.
"No, your honor," quoth the verger.
. "Are you quite sure, verger V
"Hi ham; there has been nobody to see tbe
chapel honly a hold gentleman wot 'as brought
bis son bup to college."
A description of the old gentleman and his
son followed, and the master of tbe college soon
became convinced that tbey were co'other than
General Bruce and His Royal Highness, who
bad been quietly and unceremoniously Inspecting
tbe noble building. London Paptr.
WEEKLY OHIoVaTESMAN
HAVING A CIRCULATION
IA&0EB . BT BSVERAL : THOUSANDS
Than any other paper In Ohio, outside of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Advertising
Which CANNOT f ATX to bring .'
Speedy and Remunerative Retnrne
! . i ' To those whs take advantage ef them.
' .
THE WKKKLY STATJCSlVLAJi.
' Distributed at It la through every Post OffirVln Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Whoeo patronage It valuable, and who seldom 'see the
i Dally Kdltlons of city Journals; and as only
A limited Number of Advertisements
' Are laaerted ktltt eolumae, appoprlately and
HAND$OiMELV WSPtOI
' tbcv cakkot. vail to .
. , or alii ; .
WHOLESALE DEALERS
AJrertlsIni in the WISELY 8TATISMAN will On
. u v.". ' " - ft fcfrutafcraj Id
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which It almost certain to follow an extensive dlteemto
. atlon : - knowledge of their botlnees '"
AMONG COUNTRY DEALERS I
: ADVERTISEMENTS INTENDED f OS
The Weekly Statesman
. Should be handed In before frlday noon.
Watches t Diamonds !! Silver Ware !!!
A CHOICE A-SORTITIENT OF GOLD
and Silver Watches, In great variety.
I am Agent for the Auuio.a Watch Co-, and can
Mil these excellent Wesehee at menufacturere' prices,
either Wholesale er BetaU. - . . , .-. : . " :
Come and choose from my beautiful- display of Dia
monds and other rich Jewelry. Btjleo now prices low.
At to Silver Ware of atoning quality, I ean show new
pattern!, very handsome . .
Silver Plated Ware, Tea Setts, Cms, Walters, Castors,
Baskets, Pitchers, OoMett, Knives, forks, Spoone, ate.
Then I have a supply ot fine Table Cutlery, Pocket
Knlret, Resort, Ate., and many fancy Goods ench at
an desired for pretests at auoh prices tt are an Induce-
ment to ine purchaser. k Wm. BLYNN,
; no, m Bocteyo moot,
marSl I - 1 - North side State House square.
..Sheriff's Sale.
D. T. Woodbury Co.) . , . .
" vt.. superior Court.
Oeorre W. Allen. J ,
BV VIBTLK Or A WRIT OF Fl. FA.
to me directed from the Superior Court of franklin
ooonty, Ohle, I will offer for tale, in the town of Mew Al
bany, at the etore room of O.W.Allen, a lot of Dry
Goods and Motions; levied on as the property of 0. W.
Allen: sale eommenclnv on SATURDAY, the 30ihdsr of
March, A. D. lent, at 10 o'clock A. H.
- U. w uurraan, nenn,
march 1S:10td . By Ed. Davia, Dep'ty.
(Meter's laei, 3.30
, TRSABUItT DEPARTMENT Of 6BIO.I
'i Colomsds, Maich 18, 1861. ( -
;. baix or omo stats stocks. '..
THEME WILL, BE SOLD AT PUB
- llo auction, on Saturday. March 30th. at eleven o'
clock A- M., at the office of the Treasurer of State, two
inoueana eoiiara or uw nonoe or tne stale er Ohio, era
Ing Intereit at the rata ef els per tnt. per aa-
aura, and payable temi-tnnually In the City of Mew
York, and the principal redeemable at tbe pleasure of the
sate. i
Theee Bond! were deposited with the Treasurer of the
State of Ohle for tbe purpose ef securine the circulation
ef the Saving! Bank of Ctacianatl. and they are take
aoio tor me purpose oi reo earning me eame.
marenivutiu .. A r. BTONB, Zr-eoe
:! A CHANGE. -
TTATINO, ON TnE 9th INST., PTJRx
XAcaaordef a. a. WIAYarlfclientlrettoekef Dry
Qoodt. at Mo. 103 High St., with the vlnr of ehanglng
my location, I will tell until the Srtt day of April, with
tntreoervev -
; ; AT COST. FOR CASUI v..
fancy Dreee Sllkt, ff rlngra. Buttons, Trimmings, o.
Alio figured M.riaot, De Latnea, Shawls and Cloaks,
i j , Eegardleis of ; Cost ! ;
febS6dlra , i ' P. . 1
STOOD.
i,Tv'M'''joxTjtHwiiiKLX.:::;;u,;-;
A WENT FOR IIOITIK. OONT1N KIS TAL,
JL MAHBATTAS. DBOUUlTTt Blfl leVIM VISB 1H. Uo.',
NrwYoai; M:hhts' and Cm fine or HanTroae
New Toaa Lira and Cons. Mottui Lire,
Otfleet It IIIkH "tM Savage's nl
'ewiy : ,J- - ' ,'
; aUexandre's Kid Gloves. : ;v'
PL A I It AND tSmBROIDERKP, BODS.
QL KTA1KB and regular shape lllaek IldUloTee,
embroidered In white, magenta, purple, fcoi Undressed
KM Gloves. Misses Kid Clone. A eonpl.te eetortmeot
f these celebrates Qlsvet always for tmH by . . .
TehSt Ko. OT South High street.
"VVOTJOTHRT'TrR
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ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.'
TnI'teit...Tlie largest The Best.
The Cheapen Because the Best.
"Tka nest Bailable 'fetandard la.
tharlty at the Eafliah LnBgnaBe." ,
- I ,. Sim Bimdni Kninmt Edwttort of OMo,
THI BEST .IlfdLISH DICTIONABT 1ITANT.",
. JLUtrary Mm EurywKtrt. '
''He e are upwards ef a Hundred Thoutaad Words
whose Qinltifariouemeenina and aWismtlnM. h..,k-. .
with thei. oorrect tpelliag.eed proanneUtioa are elearly
eet before the eje." . . , ., , .
Bead tht PecUtont of tho Membtro of tho OMo Btatt '
' loatMrt Anootjtixm.
The Undentrami MMthMrflh. AV.I. m ,
, . , 1- i v - iwirii
attoelatlon. sdont m4 amuIh
SJi-?p',,",J'' orthography aad pronunciation of
WorosM.,. Eov.io.mi nun,.... j . .
aiauy recommend it at the moot reliable .tMd.nl n .
thoritr ot the Bnclish human, mm it ta a
tpoken. ' " ' '
Loais Amaewt, President Kenyoa Oollege.
? D i.tunrrT- Superintendent Zsneevtll. Schools.
Tnoe. W. UaBvbt, onp't Mastllon Union Schrols.
m. f , Cowotav. Sup't Puhlio Schools, Sandusky. :
loan Lvaca, Sup'l fubllc Schools, Clrel.Tlllo, '
B, M. BiaroRD. Prlodoal Olmumd sf Ivtnalea ItUyntnav.
ry.
W. MrrcBEit, Sup't Public Srhoolt, Mt. Union.
JOHl OOOKM. PrlnclD.1 Mt.la Nn,.l B.hl Ml..
toU. . . , ... 7 .
OrilTI N.lrtV. P,tn.ln.l S.nk T-t.M JM. fl.l
Cincinnati. '
H. B. Maut, Sup't Canton Union Schools.
Eowm Mm-al, Principal KcNeely Moimal Si-hool.
ku T. Taftam, Prof, alathnnatiat, Ohio I'nirertlty.
Wat. W. EnwAane, Sup't Troy Union School.
A.O. Oontma. Prineioal Wast Hl.h R.j,n..i nu.
land.
B. A. Noarow. Associate Prlneln.1 ni.he. hnni m.
Und "
Tntoooaa Snatuo, Principal High School, Cleve
land.
B. f . nDHirrow, Principal Cleveland Institute.
J. A. OAartaxn, President of E lectio Institu a. HI-
ram.
W. Tj TlARail. Prof. Of ChimlllrT. Ah In W..l...
University.
H. H. BiiMtt, Ex Comminloner of Common Bclioola,
Ohio. '
Jakcs Homtna, Prof. Blietoria, Oherlin College.
Taot. Uiu. PretHent Antloch Oollege.
0. W. H. ClTDTlIT Pmf. M stthawnaf las Tl I..S,
School. Dayton. '
B. 0. Crumb. dob. Pmf. T..n.n.a m .i, a.kA.i . .
Dayton.
S. 41. Baaan, Bnp't Union Schools, Ashlar d.
Mar than Si Hundred othtr PrttidtnU of Coll.
Oil. Profeuort. Authort and i(m,.A.,I K;,.,.
tort, hato endorud tho abopt untitnmt.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO
V AntCTTA Coixtoe "It It truly a munificent mrk
an honor to the author, tte publishers, and the whole
country." President Andrews.
Onto' WmtTAH UmvtasiTY It exceeds mvmw.t..
tlons. It will be my guide In orthocrsnhv and nmnnn.
elation, and will often be consulted hv me tor lie neat
and accurate definitions." President Thompson.
W. K. EcLtcno Coiuni. "Heretofore mm h.nauwi
Wehster't orthography. At a recent meellog of our
faculty. It was decided to chanee it to nnfnm tn ih.t
of Wnrccstsr'l Kovai Ousrto Dictlon.rv." imM..i
Oarfleld.
Wiavnn Raixava Comas Sod it worth f
cordial approbation." President Ultcbooek.
OntRMK Cottlot "It more than neeo n mwi..
tlone. I recommend It as the etandard authority in
orthoepy to my children and my pupils." President
morgan.
Awnoert CoLUroi. 'I sdont and aim to iw in l..h.
log, writing and speak Inr. theorthemohr and nmnnn.
elation of Worcester's aloyal Quarto Dlctlonarv."
President Hill.
"In all my writina. soeaklns and tmehlni-. I li.w. .
dearored to conform to tbe rales for orthography and
pronunciation at eoatainrd in- Worcester's Dictlnn.n."
Horace Mann, late President.
Kwvoa Oouxot, OiUBlit. -I moat enrduil mv.
mond Hat the moat reliable standard euthorits of ih.
English language aa It is now written and spoken."
lestdenl Andieet.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
From Bee. Anton Smyth, CommittUnur of Onrnnum
Hchooli in OMo. .
"The Dictionary It an Imperishable monument to the
learning and industry of lit author, and an honor to tbe
world of letters. The mechsnieai execution ie far supe
rior to that of any other Lexicon with which I an ac
quaiated."
From Hon. IT. B. Sarney. Xo-Ommttthntr
Hchoolt fa Ohio.
0
"The most reliable ttandard authority of tbe laa
goage." what me
Leading lSe-wapapera of Ohio Soy.
From tho Cletoland Herald of ilarth 88.
The orthography of the Worcester Dictionary it that
used by most, If not all authors ol distinction in tblt
country and England, and eonformt to the general usage
of ordinary writers and tpetkers.
Whatever prejudices may have exlated previously, a
careful itudy or this volume will invariah'y be followed
by a warm appreciation of lit great merits, and a desire
to add It Io the well selected library, be It large or email,
I tis a library in Itself, and will remain an imperisha
ble record of the learning of lit eompiler.
From tho Cincinnati Commercial of April 30
Here are upwards of a hundred Uionaand
bad and indifferent whose multifarious meanlngeand
derivations, together with their rorreot spelling tod pro
nunciation, are tee elearly before the eye. Ibe work It
unquestionably the greatest Thesaurus of English Words
ever published.
From tho Oltvtland Flaindtator of Sept. 80, jgoo.
Evidently Wnacmnr'e Rovat Ortian rtinnnw.. .
nof only tho latt, but tht sntr tcor of tho kind oror it
sited, and can by no posa.billty suffer by comparison or
controversy.
From tho ToXtio Sladt of May Slfc .'
. At tO noHONCIATlOK, WotCIITU. II TBS STAXBltD
followed by our best authors; In deSnltiont he leaves
nothing to be desired, and in Orthooipht it is oufflctent
to tay that Woacxrraa can be tafeiy followed.
' IlfOIIalfl Ac BRAGG.
Fabllahers, noekecllers & Statiaaere,
KO. 1B1 Bu FERIOB ST., CLEVELAND, OHIO.
aai9
Cr Otmgk, Cold, ffoartrnm, tniln--
, .onooomytritailonorSormttofUo
: throat. Bthtti tho Havking Vtmgh
.in Uonntmpiton, MronheWt, Aitha. -
ma, and Oatarrn, floor and oivo
ttmgth lo tht vote tf
I'llttLHJ tPEAREm. '
v tuad aiNsjlEStttv
of the Importance of check Inr a Con.h '
or "Common Cold" In Its Srtt stage; that which In the 7
begtnnlog wonld yield to a mild remedy. If neglected, ''
loon attack! the lunge. "Arete' Bronchial TrocJut, '
eontalnlngdemnleent tngredieata, allay Pulmonary and '
BronohlallrriUtlon. .
BROWN'S I ''That trouble In my Throat', (for which '
the 'Iroehtf are a specific havini mad. m.
TROCHES 'often a mere whisperer." ,,.
. a . F. WILU8.; ,
BROWN'S ''I recommend their Ms to Pnauo sibai-
TROCHES ' ' J" REV.' I. CHAPIN. "
' "Ilare proved extreately eervieeable for
BR0W1TB HoARarrms."
- REV. HENRY WARD IEE0HER.
TROCHES - "Almost Instant relief la the dittmsiog '
labor ot breathing peculiar to Amnu." -BROWN'S
RKV. A. O. BQOLS8TOIC.'
"Contain no Opiam or earthing to) ml . i
TROOHESout." DR. A A. HAYES,
Chomitt, Motion."
BROWN'S "A simple tad. pleasant ootuuuatlo for -'
Cooohs, e."
TROCnSS . . DR. 0. f . BICIILOW, 4 .
Motto. , ,
BROWN'S "BeneScUl in BaoRCTrmt."
- I K. J. P. W. IAMB,
TROOniS - - ' otkxa. 7
"I have proved then excel lent for W moot- '
SBOWN'S inoOoc."
RET. B. W. WARREN.
TROCHES . otin. .
"Bene Sets) when compelled to speak, tl- '
BROWN'S faring from Oot."
... . HtV, S. P. I. ANDERSOW, "Vi
TR00HE9 - St loutt.
''BrracTDAl. la removing Hoarseness end ' 1
BROWN'S irritation ef the Thn at, t awM wl b -i
irsARtat and Simmm." -
TROCHE.- . - Prof. B( ACT JOBN80N
i la tfrmng. 6o., -BROWN'S
" I , Teacher ef M nolo, Soaihern
, . female Oollege.
TROCHE? " -'-
OreatbeoeStwhea taken kafore and after r
BROWN'S preauhing, at Ihsy prevent Hoenentae. Prom ,. 1
ihs ir past efeci, I think they will be of pe- "
TROOHEC mao.nl advanUe to me." ' i
RKV. R. ROWLEY. A.M.,
BROWN'S President of Atkins Colligo.Tenn.
TROCHES ICFSold by all DrugglsM at TWBNTT--I
fIVBOSNTS A HOX JCH
' ROBERTS A BAMOEIi.
Drerttstt. U North Bljrh etreat. --
' S. I. SAMUKha CO..
7 ' . , I 84 South High ttreat, Columbus, 0.
..matT-deodlaa ,v . , ;, , . , ;2 .
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NOTICE!
TDG NVBtCKIIIEH 18) BESIKOUS tot
closing up bit old business at one., and hopee that
all pertoni having neeuisd aeeounle ea hit boost will
give them hnmedltte attention. .
reuio r. jiaih.

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