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BIX DOLLARS PIB YEAH'
DAILY. TW-WEKLY AHD WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PBBtIBHBI ABB BBOPBIBTOBI,
, CT Offles Dm. 80, SI and 40, Berth High St.
ttlUlS 117 ARUM IN AD ANOI . ,
Daily ' ,, .- $6 00 per year ,
uy tne isrrier, per wees:, 1214 tents
rrtfWoalrlT '' ' ' 8 00 pet year,
wwki . ... 1 00 "
rntiii or AdvertUIng- by the aUre
, nttqaartlyeai..,t90 00
,' 0n: ') , V mouths- 18 00
i Dne 0 months 15 00
'Joe f ,.aontbi 10 00
3ns' i month. .1 00
3ne ', 1 month.., 00
On aauart S wsoka,
4 00
On . . " . mb
1 ov
One . I wsk
0m Jdays
7$
... 1 00
On ,. ". .saaya ...
Oo I " I Inssrtloa
-. Displayed advsrtlteniiots half nor than tb abevs
tUH ...:-. .. i . i n ..
Advertisements leaded and placed In the oolttmsof
icll Notloet," do W l trcunary raw.
All uutlcei nqulrac to M published by lw, legilitte.
If ordenion the Inilae lolulraly efter the nrtt week
iwt ten:, mat than me above ntet; but ail aoca WU
Dixwr In the Tri-WeeklJ wltboatebarn.
(timliieit Oardi, not exceeding Ave UdM, per year, ln
a, auner line; ouuiae
Hotioei or meeUnge, chart tablet ooletlee, fire oompanlee
h.n.. h&ir nrirfl. ....
4W tranimt advtrttummil hum! Be paid for to
aieonce Tt rule will not be varied frem.
Weakly, tame prloe a the Pally, hra the adrertMet
tee the Weekly alone. Whwre rhe Dally od Waeklf
re both used, then the oharge It-rthe Weekly will be
' Mo adTertleement taken except for a delnlta period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
. Corner Sprloa; & TV Ur St.
OOlumtotiB 9 Olxlo
W. B. POTT3 & CO.,
And Uanufacturera of Braae and OonpoetUon Oattlngl,
Vialinea urait wort or an vncnpuont.
Electro. Plating and Gilding!!
; STENCIL CUTTINC,
febino-diy ' '
' 7, A. B. BIMXUIS, i
Attorney at T-Mtxxxr
, AND NOTARY PUBLIC. .,,'..;
Offloe Aiuboi Building, oppoelt Oapttel cVprara.
- OOtUMBtS. OHIOi
, OOIitTMBU".
Machine Mac Qfactnring Company
MiNuraOTOUU or ,
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
. CMtingi, Hill-etarbiff, If tli In try. i
Worlt
or wBu. DnoumoR.i
!;;vovvnpvs, onto.
0BA8. AM Butt, B04'l , i r, . y
AUBOBTrae.,
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
a.Ti.f tT-rTiM Mi r 1 1
RAILROAD.
For Cinciimati, Dayn & Indianapollil
Tbrovgt) to indianaoolii without Change of Cart
and trat One ChaDge of Cars between ;. s
i mi Uolumtxu acd tit. JLiOnia..'u l-m, .
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM-
'V rj-.-M : J . viB(J8. , .,, i .... ... , ,,
FIRST TRAIN.
(Dallr. ktondan axotated.l
MIQUT lirBKBg, wio Dayton, at, : a. au.tlon
Bln. at London. C.iia.'aUin. Uiddittown and Hamfl-
too. arrtTlu i at Cintinnttl at 8: iO a. m. : Carton at S:ii
a. m., kdii0irolUat.. l0.ta a ,n.lt-, ultat J1S0
TV-" SECONLV TRAIN. ?
A000MM0D1TI0N, at 8:10 a-ttopidnf at all Sta
tion, between ooinmbnt ana cinemnan and uayton, tr
ttruw at OlndnnaH 11:03 a- m.. Darton at 9: It a. at..
UMuaaopo tit ai t;ro p.' w
H'W?'. ' THIRD TRAIN.
DAI fiXPBE8i,at SdOp. m., atopploi at Alloa,
Jeffenoa, London, Onarleetoa.; Oedarvlllav Xesla.
Bpring Valley,- Gonrlo. Morrow. Deerflel. Voeter'e.
loreleed. Hlllfordand PlatnTlllo, arriving at Clooln-
nad ai.Tmu p. n.( at. unu at i m; aiaytoa ai.. p.
.) IodlMopoluiat lOip. b, ic'.ijit-.i
leevptnei Cart en all Ilt;h Tralne te
.' ClBclaaatl and Inaiaaapalla
'is'"' . :,. .i t, .I--. i :i , kh i ! f ,it-:tn'.
BAGGAGE ClTEtKED ;f:ttBOJl70B.
for Wrthcf Wonnatloa and Through Tlciele apply to
P.. ,. v . . . . . ai.Ai.vuusB.t i, , .
i, Ticket Agent, TJraoa Depot. Oolumbai. Ohio.','
; ' 4g7, . ) r, - w.wood Winn, c
t,',i'..: Buperlotendent, Olnclunatt. ,
JalS
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SOMETHlWKWEWfv
t it
& OWARD & OO'O.
AMERICAN, ATCHE3.r',:
CA tTTATWOrflff, BOTJTH BIQH 9T.,
aid examine onr ao make of i. S;ij -
, AMERICAN WATCHES,
maaulacturedby l. HOWABDi a CO , Bottoar. Hate,
tbeae Watuhee are tar tape) tor te anythlog mr offored
r the pobilo, heretofore, Baricg the eiclutlre agency,
can tell them at prices to euit le tUiau . 1 bSTe Jul
resolved large ttoee of ill UiJ
:afn AMERICAN watches,-) rrnr ,
aarjaraot&red by APTJJtONj jCB&OT, diOO ialto,a
aoeattOTtjnentof '
ENGLISH ;A10 STTUfT WATCHJEi,
m ftold and BJlferCaeee, at Panto prloee. H
jania 7 " W.J. BATAOi.-
IUJI. '.. ,I1!UJ.. 1 . .." 1 ! !'. "" . '. I ,.''.. It "
-. li")iu,sr . .r. Jnat Bealtdl' ui ,.. Ui .
lUUtUAS 100 bagt prims Mo Conee. 'r;
, IS'I pockets bid Dutch Oimmment Java CV- ,
J $ Ceylon Coffee. . f;'f -,. ''
f0 obit, ttaudard White Bngtri, oOnilnUtig of To
dred.Cbrntbea, Onttiulated A and B OglTee,",', '
'60 qutaialt Oeorge Btnk OedfleW'.
jBO bblt. Me,t and No. 1 MAckerel 8 l'ym 1
(,0 b Uer Bltlni.,,,';,',-" t. io:-i '
6 hr, boa do ' i"..i.omii.-.ii; ;,:"); .
twejf.'W eTu"'ia'""t " v-':isi yi-'il.r :
00 M eigne, lffeentranue mi wttim?' ';s!
ortT , , wm. loDOIatl.,
M. Ce LILLEY
' And' BraDi."BookManBafdTer,T
B0ETH lUQA'itBl MLBlUCB. pHio
1-ania.T. flvvbo :. .
rBITK WHEAT, HHAIIPBD
'' eVcj'-KT f W WT. AtT IT. V: r t
from "Btrnttttlllli," Springs, id 0 the beat brand of
floor broanht to oar atrket. - etl.fctloa aaaraDtatd.
fstatseolyat ' - WM. MoDONALD'g,
a.vs7 ; ' Or Boatb High etreet.
A I tXANUHM Kl OLUVL.
J AH uaee and oolffrt Just opsoedat - tarn A,
dee.U.
o,8SatASlhitmt.
if. t'h fin ?t
1
j3TON'Sa BAZAAR
4H "I
No. 4" Gwvnna Block.
P."STONE'fi;:OHARRi
AHEHOWBSCBITlHOTnEiaWItr.
TIB GOODS, and lorlte b public lo'bepMt
tbem No each etock of 6ood hat ever keen broeght
Ihlt aurtoft. ' Tb iootht In eopetqeenoo of the fellare
of the graul erop, hat net beea Btrit to purvhut the a
alqoaotlty of rich good, end this faot hu lorotd the
Importer! to tell then at public Motion. ' Var bye
(Mr. Stone) beinr In New York at rbeee km lak. took
deaatae of then, and we oaa and will etil on- good a
here, at leu than any one who pnnbaaod two weekt tlsas,
paid for them In New York. Oweteek It eeapletw la
'IT,..'.. .,. !- V" - :,1 I .i'ft 1i?in .
ELtOANT ORE89 BILKS, v i , , ,
OTTOMAN VELOURS' ' '
' ,h n BROCHE V ALENCTA8, 1 ,'
. ! - PRINTED MERINOS,
- : OALEANS :V - - v;
I . FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
i :
i P0PUN1, PRINTS,
J. ii ji,.(ii.w s.i .: ..- e v
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS
At hall Ui Cot ! ImpenlaUott
!; LADIES' lEUFVS,
la all Varietl, of the) Celebrated
I jnaniBiatare i v. v van , ,
j inx.n K.it vtlMia eV n - s-..
HOSIERY,1 DEPARTMENT,
Han't. taMee aod 0bHdrent Coder thlrtt and Brawen
Lad let, Uiitee and Children'! Hosiery of all klnda, In
Wool and Umb'i Wool; fleecy Lined and OcttcoOloTee
of rrttr auk. '' '. ,itiin:,i.'-.
. ." - "0
A eenpleta assortment of all the niualTarie
neaor . .x ...
LADIES CLOTHS, , '
, .' CA39IMERES, ' -
' ntrPDrinnmnna
' "' i ,:.i, ,fir . TWEED3.
' ' ",;T,?-;;,;.;,pRE33RiMMmosl
Ladiei A&dGent'i linen Carabrlo Hani
I ' ; - kerchieft, fte., &o.. :
To narabna who Mil m H. w. eMrt nnr word, to
eho tbeaa the la met. beet and cheaDOtt ateek of Ooodt
otct teen in inn maraet. or pay mem one anar wer
hoar while looklrw: .. ..n )t.!,...s-
ooi-aiyvtawitw. ' vsvam m vmiu
LATHROP, i IUDINGT0N & CO.
23 &25 PASS PLACE, --;--.:
j 30 4 23 MDBBAT STBEBT,
i . IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF. ' "
i Foreign1 aii'd.;idm V
DRY GOODS
FOR CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT.1
it i s1 TrT-T jr- "''r
We are desnloc at sarsnmls waierooae. at the abes
Btrarbsrs, sks of 0 vdt la dl of tb. tlx dsrtaBte
of oar eailoee. eapwio, to anything its have atretefor
SKuioiwi to ias raus. , ., ,
CLOTH DEPARTMENT. 1
Thle hesarswa ta.lt. Breaant munltad..' aader tba
tboronsh maoaivaent of a bav.r of Imi eaoerltase aad
artnowiedad aood taa,a.: Wa ksm aateauure Unas sf
aoeet is eaea at : ji-..--j:-iTia
FANCY VESTINC3 '
:andv::;;--.:-;W
FANCY CASSIMERES
To be found In the market, ail eelceted with the slseet
dltciimh atton. Also, a,l gradea, eelore aad rerletlet eJ
BROADCLOTHS,:". '.
'j..: ; SATINETS, ' .''T0.1'' "r"
LADIES' CLOAINNG9,
' '- " "V-'-r- - , TWEEDS,
i f ABllIBB'aiidllBRCnAHTB'OASrrtlllBBd,
tlMTtJCKT J KABJS, from 8X lo Xt eent per yard
I !.t.'i.- :,', ; and apvardai ..i n:-i i: -
TWHD8, MX to IS sentt per yard-iait year oU at
IBtoM; , . , .
PBraTDBATtNBTB,tMeentt;
AaetefAer tTeotb eorTiptniutglf Lew.
, DrES3A3oODS :DmRTMENT.
Hanehtatet De Lalnee,
Banlltea do.
Tasiae . ' da.', : ;
Printed tawat, - ,., . - -'
iPrtaudBrlllUntat. . .
fancy Hike,"
- Printed OhaUle,
Manchester Glnghama, .
Oieaioei.-cii.dai.,. c
Oliutoa do. .
Ottoman Oletha, '
Alpacas, ...
Popltoe, ......
anoy Qlnghaau, '
Slack Bllkt,
I AndtkiNttt&ltctStyUof
FANCY SPRING COODS.
- - f masaBa ',-
KerrbBaefrtnte," "- Jl fjchaond'e PrlaU,' '
'Cocheeo f a. . Anjerloao ,. : do. : , ' .
PaolBe do. Punncll'g do. . . .
Bprairae'e do. ' BogUih - r' do.
;Hanchester,lta.Prlntf.Ati.:.'.:" ; tiwin i;:Jt V
! . . IKJMEO.CPO
Lawreooe 0, Ibsetinfe, Atlanlle A. Iheetlnga, .
'Stark: jit, j AmostMf - do.. ,.
'Lathrop " do. Appisloa " do.
Bhawaal dsv"- sraa 4a.-
Poeaetet , de--t,TJtlea, e. do
I Alt Oriiei eni WU&$:
. BL1 AOIHD ' KXtSTrfidl 'akb BHXITTJtQg; ' '
Wansatta, D sight, - ttwrenee,
tiwaU' ... I .. . A . . .. M i
tlUI,
TSaliham, " " "Boolr
New Tork Hnis,4ka, o. : wssrjs:...' :
SHAWLSlNDMAWttlls;
1 ; , .- A ABai AND fBUOT AgMBTItBirt. , .,
COTTON ADit-a great variety, 1 ,
0BB0KB ,.. ' do, ..,.i.'T
TICKlNflBWHtheieadtn brands. r." -i.
DBNIH8 ' 3' vel':, Y.:?-lf 'H w " ;r ? f-
BBiaTiNo BiaiPiB-au the kadlai hraada, ,-,
liNaBBNa..'-.,ir,-i V. .4o,- p.Xit -:! T i I !.
COncBf JBAMBr! rlo.r'do, r-- r(;OT dt.rrf:l ,,: :1 .
ttORBBNO . ao. , r. . .
DAMABKA, PAPJR CaMBBtCS, 0OL0U0 CAM-
) MlU.-e-,.eMUl .a .A
ASG AND COMPIBTE STOCKS OF
WMUt vuuuo. . -
.imi t-l tn 1'i;ir:iu! v.
CrcntlmiiinusBii
UMBRELLAS. AND; .PARASOLS,. ,
GAAPST ' JbJC'b! OIUCLtlXBSel C
And a great variety of Ooodt hot rnumerattd-ll ef
whlebwepledReeareehrsatoeelt at the kMMal wtartt
pHce the largai psr4yn Mttr Vpeg bm Ism
HSU UMJwar
-eif. i. T, Kjti- lt,' JrjIK. d,tlj i ti.'.t'
tan Tt,H T.I nOYi- flncin ma
eW-!tVgJW(f,
TrrABRAMTBtp aTABKIOMvu ,i j ,
V "lA-n.n Sbirtlks nut ' Pia and fanes i;:s ,
. 1,"'; bestionaadPllrMrCeaUae. :
Linen PseMdnda,allelseev
, ZiT - We TowsilinpaadDiepen.
''lI,,,w"KTi,hisandD,Oyltas. vi.-. ':-..-.,; ..
? I T.iaJlr f" Of,rer(nBd OtkhT1 , ,
ew.t.vJ m-.rV J .4if..-s."l.
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LXOAX BLAJfKJ,
MAT BJOSttTI,
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xirysxopis, '.
ssziril1 !""'....
StUi BXAIln', '
NOTIf,'': o,
MtARa,
ouzox, - '
RAILROAD, INSURANCE,
Aad every description of
LETTER PRESS PRINTING,
Al la any teUbUtbmant in ths lute, and upon
tetna tK wUl eoApire fcTtraUy ' with the
' - !-:. r ret: si i.
)Unt tattfrs PrlctlBg 8uts. '
tUnm vyeT FaoUity to sU4
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ELEGAOT POSTERS
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snow cuxosp
We oSar esr torrleei te aQ wba Bay detin tut oUm
-."W aoswetei! with out EelAUliliBi
t cwUvt.'y . V'.it , ,'noi .V n
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8SPSBB RAll BOAS BLAR SOOSR
'V, 'i omtiU'li .:si x c!? j Jivi.v.rg oiiir ''.";::.
, 0rB ESTABL'SlJWIirT
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; ... ,tj,j ., lvl.it vlo, ,f ir:,; v ,. , .
la .thli Cltr, and ws may add, " -
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WE WILL FAVORABLY C0MPAES
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- .,rir l u .',ki .If... f ;y i
, i ,; RJCBABD NKYTM, .
..Gents' Linen fihirt .Collars..,-
.IS
...w!"!???' yt e''W A
Other sew ahame.. dteaemt iiy, if.ik.i.be. u
Tie SUekt. trest saw vwh.g Oiorw Bell Boee f
T?? kl54' P0-etae4 all Mads ef vents' for
BkUng woods in IteM vartetyssdat saodsiats prloes. .
l:jJ3Jm,i3.M , , ajaiH a BON.v. L
. - )T ...-i.i,.r N..BBatk BMrkitrsafa r
MALTkolK THHtvAtt LACK niTTaV
ef etogaat eaU0ee N ladlaai Ja, MiaeM' Klta
JITIW'HKlliixil fJ aue team-iiilMW'IfT
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fyn W ,1rT'l,il iiji
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Daily, per year.
bb
Tri Wsskly, per tar.. .....'' ew"
Wsrtly, peryeav ..........m4W...... 1 40
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Leona.
Thti beautiful poem is epokeri of by the Boi'
tou Trawler e "one of those roelodlooi and
Ipirliual lyrloi wbleb oocailonally find their way
Into the Home- Joumht. trortf tb loul of lame
O Clerk, Bod wbtcb are rendering tbe same of
the author dear to toe loreri i w wue poetry
.. teooa. the nonr dravt nlh, '' ' ' ' ','',"
The hour wt've awtlied to long, ' -
for the aaml to open a doei thro' the Iky, '
(bat ay tplrit aay break fioa iha prltoo, and try
, lis yolce In an it-flaae toog. ; i t , ,
atatttiow.ti the tlambtrtof night 1
Ooeae e erme with psest'alvlng breath,
The oart.lo, ball lifted, revs.led my tight t
Xboss witdoae vhioh loot on the kingdom of light , .
That bxrdtrt the ilrtr of dcth. ,
And a Melon fell eokan and sweat '
. Brlngloggleaausf a morilog-lltltBd;
X raw tbe Wnltt .here which the pale wattrt beat,
Aad I boa d ths low loll as they broks at their feet
L, Wee Walked on the be.uitful strand. - I,
And t wondered why epli Its ihoaldeliitg ,
To the city with a tirnigls aod tigb, ,
When Ufe't purple auiumn it bettor tban tprlng, "
And ths seal flies awty , like e eparrow, to ting
In eeluaaie wners leavetntver die.
ooa, eoaie elote to my atd,
and lay year dearbtnil oa my brow)
The earns touch that bleated me lo dayt that are fled,
And raUed ibt loot rotst of youth from the dead, .
Can brighten the brief moments now.
. i r i- -f ; 1
We have loved from theoo'd world apart,
Aid your trait wae too geoerout and true
for their hto to o'srthrow, when the titndtrer'e dart
Was rankll g dep law ydeeolate heart, .
.. I waa dearer than ever la you. :. .
I lhank the Oreat father for this,
That oar Itvs Is not Uvlthed In vain;
Bach as m, la ths futois, will bloswm to bllet.
And ths fonni that ws lavs, snd ths llpt that we kits,
I Never ehrlok at thethadow of pals. ,
By the light of thle ea X taught
That m labor laonlv ba0un!
In the eirer gth xJ this hops htvs I itrnggled and fought
n tui iih i.iuu. hi wrvog mi my amor oat oaagnt
Tb. gltaa sf Itsrnlty'e San.
tsona, took forth, and behold,
- f ion btaduud, from hill tide, end deep:
Tbe day kins inrrendera hit humeri af
The twilight edvanota through woodland and wold,
aura im sews ais oeginning IO weep, i
The moon't tllver hair Ilea uncurled ' ' 11
Dowa ths broad-breasted moun taint away
Ira ths sunstt't red glorlee again abaUbs faried
Oa th. walU sf ins wset. e'er the ptoiae af tbe world,
! IthallrltslaaUmttlsasdtiy, , T!iitf -., I
j got bat weep not o'er my tomb, ' ' '" ' '
SartlintelllltnlltnMMikauJi
There It trtttaorg rosea too twett for Itg gloom, '
Aad life .here ths lilies eternally bloom
, u u oauB-oreauiuig garasoe ii vod. f.
Tet deeply those memories bora. . u .
. Whica bind aaa to van And tn M.th.
AQd 1 tomtttmot h iTe ihoavht tlut m. h.lnvnalj.n
h ,b. www.iv i hvbuii'ui noma to return.
, HN11N.WWVV1 iwBtriO!
Iwouldtvenbepteaeanttaetay, !,,,..
Acd walk bf tour aide to ih.
Bat ths latd inete of heaven it brtlDnlng to play,
.!i...ijMww..i.aMUb,v;n)ltl Ittfi "
. Aad lu taaD.lt leaaikedlu th past.
lm; good bye:' ehonld the grltf ' ' ' '' ;'"".' . :
Yaatlanthsrin. na.v.. m
Too dark fur your f.Tih y a will long for relief.
ana rsmemtwr, uisjourcsy.jlMagb loaeeome. It brief,
, wrst wwiata and river, to ae. r.,. . j k
How the Money Comes.
, Qaeer John fcu tunghow money goes,
' ket ha It s t, wni tuo.il H bo fcaowit
Why.stsry Vai.ka mothtr's sen . ...
van nil yon how the thing I, dona. ' t .
ltsoa.e,by boetttoli auu tia ti , '
By wleli lugt.sdiis sod drlvmg.pide, ' "
Aad tuildli.gibipt, beli-ioneaiia d umi;
i Aad Mat's ins way the ttouey eomet. . ,
' Bowdoei tteomeT Why.'aiJt a-oae. -I. "'
bys.ntng.wsertog. tTiitTngK.; ' " v
Mf etluhiugee.Kaad shirts h,, Joss,"
1 : XreeUug ekarches, raaU, g pews, . .. i
A d m uiufaotur og boou end shgstl
, Per th4t.pi, and t.Uta, an i euit aid hues,
; Aod brarte -nd hMite looga-t, lunyt tad ibambll
. u wjr ' uey oomee. '
lfawditelto-mtJ lht w.y it pltln
uy ratibgsoitui,.e'inaiid oiue;
' by Wiud and itaam, llhtoln aod rain;
B gaditgBip.asfostUimaini;'
. Uy ...lldlnn kridg s. lotdaaud dams, '
And Sepli.g.t,tete, aod dlrglug clan.
' Wltn wblttli,. dl'a, hu't aud buu.'.i
1 And that's the way ths mopey comet.
, The money oomee b-wdld I aay
Not ijt In anhonert way; ... .
It oomee by tricks, at well at toll. .
Bat how la l .atl Why, tikk at oil,
By patting psae In coffee btgtl
By sappin Wttehss. kniv.aand nagt,
Abd peddllog Wooden elxokg ay d p sml I
ABu toat't tee any ths montycooitt,
. How lose U some t Walt, let ae tee: , .
It vety leldum cocoa to met ,
' It oobmi by rule. I gntu, sod tegle, '
toiMiia.ee by rWng oa a rsil -,
Butofunsr that's th. way'itgcaM,' V.:
. Pr.BiUlybellcsaBdfutyouug bMtug:
It eomet m big -nay. little gamtj. . ,,
' Aye, thtt'i the w.y the money oomee. ;
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Governor Houston's Address
Texas.
Ab le already known, tbe .Texs Secession
Conyention, Boding that Got, Houston would
aol be subiervleot to their tratt'erous deaiens,
procured the eadorsemeat of the Legislature to
a resolution declaring the Governor's office) va
cant. The Governor, however, Is not at all
frightened, a will be seea by his sddrest to
the people of Texas, the moat Important -put
of which we give below. Alter referring to the
manner in which be wst elected, the Governor
SAyit Hu ,ui I." ;, .;...; bis.v z'v, ..
when, on aeeount of the election of Mf.
Lioeoio to toe rresidenoy of the Uolted States,
was urged to oall tbe Legislature. I rafnaad
tvdo uo, tntll euth timwka I believed the nub
ile interests required it.r To all 1 said, that If
to people' sirea toe bcgieletora called, I
would flot staod in their way. - When satisfied
thai tn neoeesity existed, l called It together
and, upon Its Aoteanbupg, urged upon it the
importanes) as immediate aouoo in reterenea tel
your relatione with the United States and with
respect to the frontier and the treasury- . . ,
, lotbe mean lime, tba Convention bad bean
called, which assembled on the 98th Of January.
seat 'VVDvcutiou, vcsiuca Being; revolutionary
In li eharaotet.did not reoeiv tb saaeilen of
malorlty f US' -people;:- It was. without th.
pal ol tb ConstituBon, and unknown to th
laws wnioxt' i naa sworn to support. Whll.
swora to support the Constitution, it was asy
duty to stand - aloof front- all- revolution m
achemee, ealoalated - to auOPert the ConetltQ-
ttea. d et ;-.-.'VuIt to s.,. tlia.fr uy.
The people, who were free from such solemn
Obligations, might revolutionise, and thereby
absotv me from mine, my oeih only Ihavlnc
reierenow to. -my ante w ui oapaoity og tnelr
Chlet Executive) but as a sworn officer, nry duty
Was too iplatn to to miaundentood. , Beoanaa
Others mere lightly regarded tbe bond tbey mad
who Heaven, inrniaoea m no exoate, ll my
ooneoiene coodeaned the tot. If I. bad be
lleved that tbe Urn bad come for revolutloa,
should have throw off tbe burden of an offlalal
0tb, resigned my offlc, snd as on of tb pe
pie, a tree ana independent ctuien, nave aided
to arouse ay eountr j men to aouoo, -. I believed
toei the C institution and tb laws would pro
Tid a lejmedy, and therefor e ws aot reads fur
fevolutloai'i i.y wiit-Jeili H.i. -'a .
TbLeflelature refused lo eubmlt. the nasi
tloa of oor relations with the' Uuited 8k.ua
Government to a direct vote of the people, but
sainotuwa toe tuonveuitou w ao so.. I 'i n L
gbkUtur having reoognited tl) Convention tbue
lar, I waa willing te aaoetion the aot, beoause I
eaw that in no other way would th people get
opportunity lo express their will.i g did so,
pratoHlng against the aatumptlon f any ether
powers on we pan i tnr vraoveniiono a knew
lull well tbe designs of the leaders of that move
ment. I saw that. In their bands, neither Coo-
atltBiiAB nor la art would ba aaerarl,
apt reoord my refusal Hr- fuoiloit any bp-1
i ,!;"'', iiij ia ,jeji.-ol eif, ),,.)
:
of
a
of
wtjtpvu-uivir MI .M, .wuv Wl wi w
llbemlee or iDiringe upon toe rigote eeoureu to
y.u by tbe men w be iramed (he Sift ponstitu
tit1 -.
: JMj worst anilcIpationS' as to th assumption
of pxifees by this Convention btv been reaN
isd v To enumerate all it oturpatlooo would
be Impossible, as a great portion oi Its proceed
ings has been in secret. This muoh basbeth
revealed,,!,--..., - -
It has elected delegate? to th Provisional
Gpoocll of tb Confederate Slates at Mont
gomery, , before Texas bad withdrawn irom
tba Colon, and who, on tbeSJdayof Marcb,
aaziexed Texee to the Confederate States and
cooatltuted themaelves members of Congreso,1
when It waa not-' officially known by tbe 1 Con
vention until tbe 4tb.Of March that majority
Of in people nan vote in tavor oi oeceseioa.. ,
, j While a portion of the delegates wer repre-
stntiog Texas in tne uoogrsss oi me UjD fede
rate btates, two ol tbem. claiming to be Uoil
d State Senators, bave continued to represent
lexae in toe untteo Btatee oeoate, under tbe
Administration of Mr. Lincoln, an Administra
tion that tb people of Texas have declared
odious aod nut to n born. Yet Texas baa
been exposed to obloquy, aod forced to occupy
tbe ridiculous attitude before the world of at
tempting to maintain her position as on of tho
Uulte-d States, and at thei earn tlm claims to
be ooe of tbe (Jou federate States. : . ' oi
.. This Convention bae deprived the people Of
a ngnt to snow its doings oy noiaiog its sen
sioas In secret. - , , u...
, It has appointed military effloerg and agents
BDuer it BSSHmcw aauiortiv. i
:r It has declared by ordinance that tbe people
of Texas ratify tbe Conetltutlon of the Pro
visional Uoveromenl of tbe Confederate Stutes,
aoq nas coaoRea toe o ate -uooetitottOB abd es,
UbllsbedaTEdTOATU ot allegiance to the
Confederate Statee, rtqutring all persons now
In tffloe to take the same, or suffer the iwn.lt.
of removal Irom office aod actuated by a spirit
ui privy tyranny, oaa required tne aiXeOUliV
snd a portion ot ths other offloers at the eeat
oi uoveroment, to appear at itsbar at a oertain
hour and take tbe same. - ..,
Fellow.oltixens, I have refueed to recognise
tut. vuuveutiuo. t uwieve nas derived none
of tbe powers wbloh it has assumed, either from
the people or the Legislature. I believe it
guilty of an usurpation, wbioh the people otn
not suffer tamely sod preserve their liberties
Ism ready to lay down my life to maintain the
rights and liberties of tbe people of Texas- X
am ready to lay down office rather than yield
to usurpation and degradation.
1 bave declared my determination to stand by
Texas, In whatever position she ssenmes. Her
people have declared In favor of Separation
from the Union. - I have followed her banners
before, when an exile from the land of my fath
ers. I went back into tbe Union with the peo
ple of Texas. I go out from tbs Colon with
them i snd though lean see but gloom before
me, I eball lollow tbe "Lone Star'.' with the
lame devotion aeot yore,
1 1 may not be eustained nowj but when mil
Hone or debt press upon yon, when the United
States Bonds formiog your School Fund bav.
oeen squandered, and tb money noon whieh
your present ecbool ij stem is based is gone,
when your puolio domain is wasted, snd tun
we ground out of you, some, at least, will re
member that I attempted to savs you Irom these
coOMquences. : :: , i : . u . -
1 am ready to be ostracised sooner than sub
mit to usurpation. Office has no oharma far
me.ihetli must be purchased at th. aanrifln.
of my conscience, and tb loss of my reif-re
sproH ' ' !'.-' ... : . :i .-..-.B
1 love Texas too well to brine eivil atrlfti and
bloodtbed upon her To avert tbie calamity, I
thall aake nr endeavor to malutaia my au
tbonty as Cbtef Exroatlve ol tbie State, except
V . , Pwiiui -caerute. or my- laodllube
When I Can no lotirer da this. I ah.it ..I ml.
withdraw fronr the euene, leaving ihe Ojvwu
rnent in tbe bands ol hoe who bav usuipd
aii'iivriiy, UUI mil BlAimiDg lOSI ' 1 am I IS
uniei cigecutive-" ---' t,i .... . :-.. :i-.,
. i txoeot toe cooteonences or mv reruaal to
uaetois oatn. M bfflc WUl b decl.r.d ra
oaied. - It iboe who s.aoUe me will be but ae
tree totoe luieraits of Texas as I h.veendeae
voreo to be. my prsjer will attend them - -1 -
fcllow-oitisetis, ibiuk bOI thai I abuuld enm.
yi.,u iui iu wuicu r.ruviaeoce naa now as
signed me. ll Is pet haps but meet that mv
01 eer sboulJ close tbue. I have seea tbe na
n-lots aod atateamen of my louth. one bv ouo.
gathered to their laiberei aud the Goveinment
wftlan tbet bad reared rent In twain: aud nan.
use mem are ltd to unite It one ao. n. I
stand ibe last almost ef a race who learned from
toeir npt ine lessons or bumsn frtedom. I .m
gtriekeu down now beeu I will nx yiald those
principles wntoti i navg tungoi lor and Straggled
to maintain. Tbestveieel pan is that thetwoer
ymee in tbe name of tb Stat of Texas: ' I
deny tbe power of this Convention to speak for
i exes, i nave receivea oiowe for her sake, and
am willing to da so scum.- ' '
I protest In tbe name of the Beonl of Tens
Sgstuet all the acts aod dolnge of this Conven
tion, and declare them null aod void. I solemn
I) protest agaioei the aol of Its member, who
are bound by no oath themselves, in deoiariog
my offljo vacant, Decant I refute to appear be
fore ii. and take tbe oath prescribed.
Ii bae accomplished Its mission, and it. Mf
object has been fulfilled. Ir t drive me from
office and defeat tbe will of the people ie an hon
or, it may wear it. To prevent my having an or
portOiity to send message to the Lekislatur.
wbiob meets on Monday, March the l&b, 1 am
required to appear at thi bar to day, and take
tbe tcst oats Eren 8uylock granted th lull
thiee days ere be oiaimed bis pound of flesh
The Convention, prescribed that me as ths
limit, bat its Breeideot baa been less gracious
tban Shy lock, aod olamois for the bond t.
days are gone. If I am tbua deprived of tb
poor privilege of putting upon record my senti
ments, through a refusal on the part ot the
Legislature to receive my message, I will lay
tbs same before tbe Deoole.and anne.l m th.m
si declared ( would do In my loaogoral, . - .
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A Judicial Wag.
Judge Norton was aolemn.'stern and digni
fied to exoees. He waa also at one egotistical
snd sensitive to ridicule. Judge K we wit,
careless of decorum, snd bad sharp voice- He
did not like Judge fiortou. At a bar enpper,
Jsdg Norton, in an elaborate speech, referring
to the early days of Wisconsin, the rude period.
and tb disoomforts of th profession in that
oouniry, ueecrioeq in a tragio manner a thunder
storm wbloh one orertcok him. In riding the
eniwawilill .1 i-.f, ,.i l: Mo ,j ,i:. !, ,
It was a night in tb forest t tha'
awful, and, said tb Jade. l exoMied
moment the lightning would trik th tre uet
der whioh I had taken abelcer.r i, -,,.;.,
" wny.tnen, ' intwruntea JudreK..!n Ms n.i
alley equesi, "why In thunder, uen, didn't you
S" eaiwu.t. nn i B .,v,..g . uoi i.
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ThB OUOIH OP A Famous Maii Th v'JL
levrand hae generally been attfibatarl th.
tborship of the ,maxiai that "the i of lan-l
gusse is to oDrtcaai our tooognts.7 , But In fr
crotVs Wave aad Words ef Mim mad itt-. .
twnaiiw it waue irom an arUCle On "tb US
of language," pablished la a periodical called
me ore, unaer aate ot uctobas 'Mi, 1759, wbioh
reads ae follow:... "Ha who beet knows bow to
eonoeal his neceesitv and detire Is th. mm, lib.
ly person to find redress i and tAs tn, .r
w rrfts. ear meat as is
ssaeret ioctji.- , .,
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ay
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rOLtTBSESS M . KCSHA. Ferhara . th.
most
polite, obeereant, bowine-. and h.nrlinr
the world is Russia. , it is, to on wb has a
liking for thea matters quit a lessm. to see
r
Russian nooieman 01 tbe high school in coo
versa tion with an onet he ia tha i.. U.i
good manners , and , genUemsnly bcriogj , be
wavs wu uta nas to eveiy, woman, be hares bis
hsad to a tradesman, be salute him when he
enter bis shop, b bows when be goes.. PrUees
th blood Imperial .do tbui.ti tf h.,..,,,, r
Maw
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he-voa'''1""
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Paaton rdattings.
sijl t IT
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AmjiiiiilU t -i;(,.M, ao 18 soath JQgh SW k-i
.24 .rant; f.d lo:;ai. --lend ,ciuu ,iiu..i- ii!-')
,ti' tiriot fcil 'ivad iiinnS,ii tjvjpiw t ia
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GREAT SLAUGHTER!
IN
DRY fiOODS
JS.T
KNAPP & CO.'S
NEW STORE.
From and after thin date we shall
REDUCE THE PRICE
OF OUR WINTER G00D3
TttOTy.FlVE m CENT,
M OBDXa TO a 1KB BOOM POX ODB
SPRING STOCK.
iOur assortment is still good,
. and it is known to every
i one that our
T O O EE.
;, . CON8I8TB OP
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL,
'.SO (D0 NOT FORGET THE
CHEAP STORE Ob
:n App & bo.,
. NO. 119
'SOUTH HIGH STREET,
v -' -. i ' ' 'i on i o.
Tons of Feathers and 60 Tows l
t Ragi Waatsl,
0ClSS4twViaw-6m
1 T R Jl ' '
WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN
.- ., HAVING A CIBCtTLATION
LABQEB BY SSVBBal TH0BIASD8
Than any other paper In Ohio, outside of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Advertising
'-' Which CANNOT PAIL to bring
Speedy and Remunerative Hetarna
"; " To those whs take adnonige of thea-
pnTBJ WEE3ILY STATESMAN
0 UtrOmted u It Is through trery Poet Offloe in Ohio, .
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Whose patronage is valuable, and whs seldom ass the
. Bally Idltiona of city Journals; and as only
Limited Bomber of, AdveTtLieineiiti
' Are bnerted In Its eolunmt, appoprlately and
?.iJ V - j.-. ; ! Tmrr oajibot ran T . :'
XtYtGt LVttoiation.
- 1 " Of AUI ' ' '
WHOLESALE DEALERS
Advertising 10 the WIBKLY 8TATB8MAN sill an
".'"'i','! t - It adrantagoos in ;. i i,.:
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which la almott eemia to follow an txtentlve diatemia
atioa knowledge of their holiness
AMQgfJ COUNTRY DEALERS !
ADVBHTiaiMIirrS TNTBNDID FOR
7 - .',.-..
The W3eklv Statesman
- Should ke handsdln ksTors Prlday noon. '
" n ' TBSA8TJBT 9BIArB?T OP OHM
f.i t - - yowasoi. aa-sa IS, icTOl.,
IAIS OP OHIO STATE STOCKS , ;
THEHB WILIj BE BOLD AT PCD
lie auction, oa Satorday, Starch Both, at eleven o'
eVssh a. M,, at tbs office of the Tieurer of State, two
thoasand dollars of ths Bom's of ihs but. of Ohio draw
utorett at ths raw of six per a-nt. - per so
and payable teml-tnnoilly In the city of New
Tort, Bud the prUetpal isdecmabls at rhs pleaiura of the
Btatt. '' J-
These IkntdswerbdeposltsdwIUitheTreasarsrof the
vt Ohio for the parpoee of eeeorlng the circulation
the Btvtngt Bank of Olnoinna I. and they are to be
for Hie purpoee of redeemlDg the mm.. -i
'saarchlBtdlO A, P. BTOWB. JWos
A CHANGE..
HAVING, Oft THE fltki tWIIT., PtJR.
shatrdori. R WB ATBMIi sotlrs stock of Div
Boods,at No. 103 Hbh St., with ths view of changing
location, I will nU until lbs flrtt day otdpril, with-
. AT COST FOR CASTl!
Pancy hreti iBIlks, fringes. Buttons, Trtmo.rngt.Ao.
wsiuv., ii. Mines, onawia ana Cloaks,
j'.;;".'Vii'V' egardleu"sf '.Cost t ,V'T?.
febaedim " y. f . wood.
AOENTFOSS UOinawsjesNTINKNTAa.,
AtAsaiTvait, Saa-OBiTV, a d lavwa Bias Im. C'
losai aauuin aaa um rats as tuarroaa
Toas Lit. aad Ueeoi. Monaa Ursv ;
Oiriee, ai HlaTsr at., Rawa; ' BBl - '
'.'7 '..",'''"" '."
Alexandre's Kid Gloves.
PtAIie AND ElTlBUOlOEUt D. IrfOTJB.
QCETAIRB a.d ie.ulnr Dkd. Bik ium.1.
emoroitered lo wnit anutt purple. Ite. Udrausd-
.. " - -r - mm iu U IUVVB
.v T i TnT,u , a compnt. aucrtmaot
svwsasrsytjwtwstla: avvaae eaViwsjgrp ifjf ajBtes? y
',-.-Ai. At SON. ,
. i -. i Wo. t soath niith street.
t ,
, allS, UOIgO. ,
Plaits ir.w n.Wiw tvwoes.
it r.s id ui ck.to Brooms, Cordegs . . .
u .' . j - -a ' Hcrrlnv, nried Fruit
. I. t! w ,M,. Herthaligh strsst :
ll tl -'t'.t .'V ..'lW.-.( f lllMj! I- W !. -
0 W IS THB TIMB TO BUY
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irWOROESTER'S
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY
LatBiU-The tarjeBt Tbs Beit,
The Cheapest Beoause the Beit,
Tk ATast Rellahl. a,.....
thonir f tha Bas;Ush lai.n;eiag.t
J Sim Sundrvt Bnintnt Blucttert of ClJe.
"TM BB8T ISOLIBn DIOTIONART IXTANT.T
. . library Men BetrwAtrm'.-i.
v U arenpwa'rdser Bandred Tboaund WonU.
",ne meanings atd derlvaUona, tonuwr
Ml before Tt'wT1"1"' ,reDaa'll
' OinoinnaU CWnerofoA
StaithtDecUltmt e,f the Uembtrt of thi OHo State
- frwAer's tsood if tot. - 1
a?! ndM,?d. msmhsrs tt the Ohio State Teschea'
. V,' ,d?p n,, 10 PM ,n 'etching, writing
"T. , ""e orthography ao proaaootaUoa ot
i . , w w v tvnuuarj , atua arc BOSK S9CBB".
tboHty of tbs Bnglbh language, at It Is now written and
Loam Ammtwi, Provident Kenyoa Oollege. ' " '
w,USHJ"'r,,"tLnlen, 2"tilie Schools.
1 n J11!.- "Mellon Colon Brh-ols.
M. P. Onwssav. Bup't Publlo drhoola, Baodaikj. -
LrecH, up't ra-llc School,, Oirelsvlile,
Prlnelpil Cleveland Pemtle Bemloa-
W. Vncaai, BupH Public erhools, Ml. TJnlon.
Joan Ooom. i'rlnoin.1 i.i. n ,
ClMinn.?1""' P,,nclp' our,1, Inlermediste Bchool,
H. 8. MitTis, Bup't Csnton Union Beksole.
Bowra kaa.L. Prioeipal kcNeely Uoimal School. ..
Bu T. TarrM, Prof. Maihrmtfcs. Ohio Univonltr.
W W. Bnwasm. Bon't Tro. Unlnn Bh,i -
A. 0. Oonim, Prioeipal Wstt High Bchool, Oleve'
land. .
B A. Nobto, Auoclats Principal High School, Okve-
land
TnaoDORs BTiause, Principal High Bchool, Oleve.
,
B. P. Hpaieros, Principal Cleveland Inttlluts. "
J. A. OAartsLS, Preiidect of Kleolio Imtlta e, Ol-
PSD .
UnTver.lt?"' Prf' of ch,em!,h7 "' Wesleyan
H. B. Babniv, Xz-Cemmlttlontr of Common Schools.
Ohio. '
Jinn Homos, Prof. Rhetorle, Oherlln Collate.
TBoeHiu.Pretiilent Antioch College.
BchoorbtyloB.00'' nU
Daytoa.' Cl,",BaI, Tnt Fuge, High School.
B. M. Baasta, Bnp't Union Schools, Athltod. '
More than Sim Hundred other PrettdtnH of (Wl.
O't. Proftieori. Author, and PMlngukM TtTiW.
fore, lave minted (As aooss sentiment,
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.'
MaanrTA Coutes - 'It to truly a magnificent work,
honor to tha author, tr. pablitbart, and ths whole
eountry."-Preildent Andrewt. .
Ohio Wtsttraa Usivsmitv -"It exceeds my expecta
tlont. - It will be my guid. la orthography and pronun
ciation, and will often be eontelted by me for lta neat
and aocarate deanitine." President Thompson.
W. R. gcLtcno Coutos. ."neretofore ws hsvssted
Wsbttersorthogitphy. At a recent meeting of our
rat-ulty. It wa deel ed to chaste It to conform to that
r W router's Hoyai Quarto BicUonary." Pretldent
Oarneld.
WttTtaa Rs tars Coit'oe.-'I find It worthy of
cordial approlailoo." President Ultcbcock.
Ostaua Cott os.-' It mors than meets my expecta
tion. 1 rec mmend it .as the staudird uhur tylu
orthotp, to my ihildren and my pupils." rrea deal
Uoigan.
Amoca Cotuai 'I sdnpt sod aim to ase In teaoh
Ing. wrillug aod tpeaklng, Ihs orthography aul pr nun.
eiaU m of Worcester's oyr Qaarto Dictionary."
Pretld.pt Bill.
"In alljny writing, tpeaklng and teaching, I have en
deavored to con'orm to tl.ro let for art! raihr and
pronunciation at oo italotd in Worcester's Dictionary. V
Unracs Mnn. Istt rreeident.
Kurr p Coilkw Otanra.'-Imoit cordially rtwm
mnnd Its. ths .i.oti uiuble 'tandard aatborlty of tbs
Bogllth ItLgutrt at It to now Wil ,ut and tpeken."
Pietli'ent ALdist. .
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
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Sctutuu in Ohio. .
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quaimsd."
from Hon. U B Birney Xa Ommtstloifr ef
dchoot In Ohio.
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guana."
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rrliaUMsf ths Threat, to eoouea ih
tnaxne and Biaotas."
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Prof. SrACY JOHNSON - J'
,'!.',.- Za Vrmnffe,da., ,
Teacher or Uuttc, Southern
female Colic. , .
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prsashlog, ss they prewnt Hnsrtessas. Pram ,
m,tr Pttt enrol, i toink they wUl ss of nar '
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