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VOL; VII. NO. 254. NEW SEEIES. COLUMBUS. OHIO. MONDAY EVENING; APRIL 1; 1861.
SIX DOLLAES FEYaE'
Iav-rUbl- In Adranee
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0 AHf. Titf-WEEXLT A5t WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBLISH! BB AgB FBOPBIKTOBI,
BT Offle Mm. 8C, 88 and 40, Forth BlgR It.
TKIIMM INVARIABLY IN ADTAN01.
Oally l V ' " '' '' ' 16 00 per yea.
By lbs Carrier, per week, 11)$
uu per y
! 1 00
0 pr yer,
on.n ! Adrertlelng by the Square.
On square i weeks. .8 00
One " 8 weeks.. 8 00
One ' " ' lweek... 1 7S
One ''" 8 days 4f 1 00
One " 8 days ... 75
One " lluerUoa SO
v montue in uu
0 months IS 00
3 monthi 10 00
2 monthi 8 00
1 month. . 5 00
Displayed adrertliimaDts half Bore than the (bore
rata. . .
Advertisements leaded end placed In the eoltunn of
Hoeclnl Notices," OoubU the ordinary ran.
All notices required to be published by law, legal ratee,
If ordered on Die inside exclusively after the Brit week
pet rent, aanre than the above ratee; but ell sueh ertl
inuearin the TrlWeeklv without oharee. -
Vusluesa Carde, not exceeding Ave lines, per year, In
. de, super line; oatatde f.
Nntlceaof meetings, chart tables oeletles,flre eompenleei
aid., hair price.
All Iruntjnnt adverUetmentt-enMet U paid or 4m
i Imtnc Tie rule will not be Varied from.
- Weekly, same price ee the Dally, where the adrertleei
scstlie Weekly alone. Where 'he Daily and Weekly
i re both need, then the charge let the Weekly will be
n . I' the rates o( the Dally.
No advertisement taken except for e definite period.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Cartier Spring Water St.,
OoxxxriToTPLO , Olalo-
W. B, POTTS 8c CO.,
And Manufacturers of Brass and Composition Castings,
f inishtd llrass Work of all Descriptions. 1
Electro PlatinTTnd Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTINC, &C. '
febl 0-dly .: -' -'" ;'
P. A. b. smxess,
Attorney At Xjattct
AND NOTARY PUBLIC. . ' '
Offlce Amboa Building, opposite Capitol Square. ;
....... - COLUMBUS, OHIO,
Midline Mann factoring Company
STEAM. ENGINES & BOILERS,
Cutlogt, XUl-flearlsf , Kasulnnyi '
Of BTSIT DKaOUFTIOM. . A
,. .,ioi.iin.ui), oiiio.
0BA8. AHB0S, Vnp'l '' ' ' ' f . AMBOS.jTreae.
deell, lBJHtf r'.r v r ft
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
'For Cincinnati, Dayton & Indianapolis!
Through to Indlanacolli without Change of Cars
and bat One Change of Can between
Y Colombia and St. Lonla. ;);'. '.
' , it- .. .. . t
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
.. , - . . BUS.-: . : , , .
(Tlatly, UonlaysezoeptedO ' '
NIQIIT IXPKB6H, i Dayton, et 8:4S a. m.,stop
ping at London, Xenut, Dayten, Uiddletown and Bamll
Ion, arriving at Cincinnati at 8:J0e. m.;Dayton at5:
. a.m.,lDdianopollsat 10:4R a. m.;tt. Louts st 11:30
P - j - v gECOND TRAIN. V
ACCOMMODATION, at 8:10 a. mn stopping et ell Sta
tions between Oolumkus and Cincinnati end Dayton, ar
riving at Clntlneatt llilhl e m., Dayton et Bt 14 a.
' THIRD TRAIN. '
DAT lXPBI83,at 8.30 p. m,, stopping at Alton,
Jefferson, London, Charleston, Oeuarvllle, - Xenle.
Spring Velley, Corwln, Morrow, Deerfleld, Foster's.
Lovslaud, allllfordaud Plalnvllle, arriving at Cincin
nati at 7:30 p. m.; Bt. Louis at 18 m Dayton at S:J5i.
m.; Indianapolis at 10:38 p. m.. , . r.
Sleeplnar Oarsi'an all Nlsxht Train' te
Cincinnati and IneliaaapaHa. -
nAOOAUE i CHECKED ; TBUOVOH.
for farther Information end Through Tickets apply to
M. L. DOIIKRTV,
Ticket Agent, Union Depot. Columbus, Ohle. "
. I. W. WOODWARD,
- JNO. W.DOHHUTV .
Jnl3 7 .'. , Agent, Columbus,
HOWARD & OO'B.
AMERICAN ; WATCHES. 7
CALL AT NO. 83, OUTO BUQH ST.,
end eemlneonewmekeof -( (
AMERICAN WATCHES, , ;;:
munufscturedhy JE'.BOWAKD k. 00., 8oton. Maes',
These Watchee are far superior to anything ever offered
to the public, heretofore. Having the exclusive agency,
Iran eell them t prices to suit the Umeo.-I have Just
reoelved a large stock ef - ' ; -
AMERICAN WATCHES, - v
manufactured fey AFPLIT0N, TRACT, ic 00 ! also, e
fine assortment of w ' ' '; '
ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES,
in Gold aad Silver Cases, at Panic prloee.' " T, ,' '
iaJ3 . W.J. BATAQ1. ,
; . e8tt BeMlTUdt T " ' ) t
1 a nr.' cn ubeen and i black
lUUTKAS lOdbafiprlmeBlo Conee. .
1 AO poekete eld Dutch Oovernment Java Coffee.
18 key Ceylon Ootee. ' - ' " ' '
SOObbie. standard White Bugere, eonetsHng of Pow-
drad, Ohrusned, Oranulated A and B Coffee,
SO ejulntele Heorge Bank Oodnsh. ' '
gobble. Mess and No, 1 Mackerel. r; " .' ' f '
A lee. Pick hnon.'- ' " 1 ' .''
100 bx. Layer lUlslni. ' " "-' ' " "
BOhf. boxdo do 'I.''"'1" .. -a t
' lUln.hnS! da Ad ! ' " H. " " "
100 liOlgare, different brands end rrttlr." '' J "' '
BOV7 -".- - wm. sinnnwitT).1
M . C. LI LLC Y ...
1300Z3L " XHrj3PJL!JLt
. And Xlank'0ok Slaauianttirer,1
VOBTH B30IH RBIR COLTTXBVS, OHIO
narll-dly , ft f , ( r x .,V t nr r t
1 .11 ,
YY' . ,r . .' ""r. "r . .1 h
Trom "BeroettlUlls," Springfield, Or-the beet brant of
Flour DreURM to euaiarset, . iniracrapiiswiiew
for sale only at ... WIL MoDONALD'8,- .
BOTV ' 1 " ' " . 1 . Iff oeuui uign ssnet.
A" LEXANDtttl Kill OliOVe. !
All etaeeend eolen just opened et BAT!f8,"
ee.H. , ..sIt. V Me-WBeatllBighetreei
. ,r. 1 .1 fcl(' x ' t'r : ;1 .".n
. e l S',
N"o. 4 Gwvnne Block.
a. t.:stonF& 6'HIRRA
ABE NOW HECEI VINO TIIEIB WIN
HE OOOD8, end Invite the publio to Inspect
them. Mo such stock of Goods has ever been brought to
this market. The South, In consequence of the failure
of the grain crop, has not been able to purchase the us
ual quantity of rich goods, end this fact has forced the
Importers to sell them et pnblle auction. Onr buyer
(Mr. Stone) being In New York at these large sales, took
advantage of them, end we can end will eell our goods
here, et leas than any one who purchased two weeks since,
paid for them In New York. Our stock Is complete In
every department of
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
, OTTOMAN VELOURS,
. BROCHE VAIENCIAS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
' - ALL, WOOL DELAINES,
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
' Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day,
At ene half the Cent ! Impeitatlea.
In all Varieties, of the Celebrated
piaaafatare f O. e. Gun. j ; t
;, ihersj Sen.
. HOSIERY1 (DEPARTMENT,
!.. r-Aimm ..e nuMamii TTnAar flhtrta and Drawers:
Ladles, Misses and Children's Hosiery of ell kinds, In
Wool end Lamb's wool; yieeey biuiu aaa vnnwini
of every make.
I j ALIO
A cemDlete aBSortment of fcU the ninal yarie-
Ladies and Gent's Linen Cambrio Hand-
j kerchiefs, do., &o.
To oersona who eall on us, we Dledge our words to
show them the largest, beet and cheapest stock of Goods
ever eeenlnibie market, or pay mem one oouar per
hour While looking.
aecv-diyxtewitw. biuctsi v
LATHROPp LUDINGTON & CO.
23 4 25 PARK PLACE,
i 20 ft 22 HTJBBAY STBE1T,
.4 TXlil W YORK,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Foreign and Domestic
' FOR CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT.
numbers, etoeke el Oeods In eaek of the six departments
of on, business, superior to anything neve heretofore
.Ull.ll ..1 A . el.t.J
AII1L-U VO UXV IIMWi
C LOTH. DEPARTMENT. 1
ml.. I . . un.J. ,Va
roil nme grown -so lie praw. Bau"uuv
ihsroueh management of a barer of lone experience end
ecknowndged good taste. We keep extensive lines of
the Snest aad eholoest
' ! : FANCY VESTtNCS '
. and ' '
To be found in the market, ell eeleoted with the nicest
discrimination. Also, ell grades, colors and varieties ofj
j LADIES' CLOAINNG3,
' FARMSRS1 and MERCHANTS' CASSIMJIIUIS, -KINTUOKT
JIANS, froaa X to 12 cent, per yard
i itni apwards;.' . . .,
TWrtDB, 19 to 15 eenU per yard-last year sold at
.1 j . is to 80; 1 '
! PRINTED 8ATINITS, at 11 cents;
, Andttktr Good$ eorretpondmgl .',!';',
Manchester De Lelnee
Peclflo do. . ,
Printed Brilllanles, ' :
Bombarlnes, . t-. ...
Taney Silks, ..
Olasgow 1 do., .
Clinton do. t.; .
Alpaca,. - ..
FANCY SPRING COODS.
v , r.i 1 ... ..u to ... . v-
Merrtataerriate, ; Richmond's Wntl,
Oochooo do..-". " American " do, .
PaclBe do. ' -' Dunnell'e "do;,"
1 Hnrajnies' do.
cngiistt ; ':' do."
- Manchester, o. Prlnte, Ao
-. !--'l f
i I)OMrriO CpTTOITS. 4 .
" tewrence 0. Bheetlsge, Atlanllo A. Sheetings,'
' Btark .,. , ,.io.v, V-'-A D.keag do.
, Latkrop . do., . ,. r PPtooa.:) i do.
Bhawmut do. Brerett . do.
Pocasset , , ,, d.o. y-r.Ji ,TJUc,e.' do.
r:". AU Qradet'mnd Width. ' . '. , ,
' BLiAonio smBTTNOs nd . sniBTisas.
' Waasatta, , V:V j wight, . Lawrence,, v
.Lonsdale, L great ValU,. Naunkeag,
Hill, Welth am, Boett,
i Pa laroi and iiutcr Aisom-tNT.
! ;(') V (.t.': 1. v.-i Jr- 0 3i;
COTTON ADlB-a great variety. 4
0HB0K8 'r-'' doj. r ; wi'OcJ ..TaUJfi.
TICKINGS all the leading brands.
DBNIMB do. . - Je.- " ..
BHIRTINQ SriUPES-ell the leading braadw f f
NANKBIN8 - ; , , ta.. . A -4 Je ---
CORPHT J1ANB do do.
MORBBNS - . - do.' ;il..."' , ,v'io
DAMA8-3, fiPIR CAMBRICS,, COLORSD CAM-
LAROE AND COMPLETE STOCKS OP
WHITE QQODS, -":V'v ,T .oe''nVjii-.''ii
'1 : .-.n.JUtKSn, & t!' v:uM.,i-,, , s:
; ; ; ,v.:sj;i,,:.r.T-t jropow.';.-' :
CABPBTS AND OIL-CLOTHS,
And a treat variety of Goods aos enuMmted-4all f
which we pledge eareelree to eell e the l.seset wsarvhsS
prle the larger perUea at (res ID le 30 per eens. ass,
LATHROP,' LTJDINUTON ,& CO.,
. 0 - '.04,') I
. T T - ilaea hlilrt Boeoees . Flala and TeaCJ l ' - :f
.UhlrUngaed Mnesea Linen '
. Linen Hheetinge and Flllo Ckstngs. 'i'
... . I , Ua Oe bricsand Lang Lawni S
. ' , u SM,a.hurh. ell etaea
A. X r - " . " Llneai ToweiUifS and BissMrrSk
. . -.. n.Kwi UQ y VTIWfJiri un.i ,. .v
,. ir Line Table Oleuss aa4 He Ma ttemMke, H I 1
I ,.'U .lslaeTeweiewlihtorekdeie. ;rl
, . i TFJe sale! tow .. .,, . ...i
M J I. au VLI T. . ....
!l!la, nr m BAIJt ek 80 t-'
...i.t . -eiB.w aouiJUaiiatiew
..... 1 ,3S ',! r'j
VIE OHIO STATESMAN STEAM
BOOK AND JOB ,
. ..... , . -,- j r
' Earliif Increase Kg already , ; iJ
EXTENSIVE FACILITIES, '
X fuUy preparerl to execute In the
j .. . . ..." .7
MOST ELABORATE MANNER,
'ill : ' -
.. rr t
TUB LATEST, STYLES,
C i i t ?.X .3
BBIXTS, . ; .
. BILLS LATINO,
, S kotis,
'I ' ' ' "
PAMPHLETS, . .
DRAT RI0EIPT8, ,
And every description of
LETTER kBE8S PBINTIrTO,
v '. ' . ... .
Iqnal to any IstebRshmetit la the Stele, end upon
terms which will compare favorably with the
' leading Eastern Printing Bouses.
S. ;!.. ;
- ; - .
Harln Tory Facility to aid TJa
IN TOT PRODVOnoif or
AND ' '
t , SHOW CABDS, "
V offer our scrrioes to all who nay desire that clan
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rt i " " ' '.
1 ' ' ' V .
' TTe tare eaBected with onr IsUMishment a '
r ! r ,
BLANK BOOK BINDERY, "
., ' ; From which we produce the
-lxxoait XXIazxIs. Worli
AND THI MOST
V SBPEBB BAIL BOAS BLABI BOOKS. '
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'I -1 J;-;';' 7 'f 7. . .
7; i' OHR ESTABLISHMENT
1 : ' -i .i i " -i ' ' ' 4 j
' . . . . . , '.' ' ' I ailmitted lo be . V . .
. ! - ,.-j,J- , ' . i: . ' '-a .'"..-.
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-'(7 ' t 7S J'vi-
it COllTLETE IN FACILITIES, 1
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, ,x?JTirap W OBOAiriZATION
.if )f.;.. .v- ' : . '. i;.'1 -.,
I ' t, . : ' i," I. , . , v
, ! . ' City, and we may add, . ; . ;
fill .-.'-' . - .1' i 'i 1'iTT
t'o , . ,j, i. ii : !.'... .' i.
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WE , WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE
: - f-rf t:-re-;i( .ty r .
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Printing- itonae lo Weal. ''u
,?ti e i"il ;V. -!XMyw!rjs',3
! ,e'. ,U'-"' ' y n;. -.rj
! i j v u a ..'iffi.-t'
i QentaIanenhirt Collars,'-;
OF STJPESIOK QUALITY, IJ OAU.
R0T. Bteadlnr, Vvron, Perslgnay, Benfrevr and
other new shapes. Hstomed Pwiket Ilaudkerchlcfs. Neck
Tiee, Btoekeiltieet and -evening C'oree, Half Hoee of
every kind, Coder Oarments and all kinds of (tests' Fur
BleUni Oeeds la great variety and at moderate priaeej.
.... . ;. iri ".BAIN ft BON, .".
feh98 ; t (To. 88 Boath Bleb soeeAii
r L'A"n ft TiiitEA it Lack fiiti-rs
ill of aie7r.t qaaliuee for Ladjer, else. ifiseM Mute
Dallv. per rear m
In Weekly, per ear... ........,
Weekly, peryeat s...s.........
Procrastination.—"I Lost a Wife by it."
New Tear's Day I returned home trom a South'
en tnnr. and waa elttioE la BT room In the ere
dIbk, writiug to some of my friends, when a fe
male couslu of mine came in and laid a email
handle on my table. It waa a suce oi weaaiog
cake, done up rary neauy n "ug paper
"Ah," said I, "what bare we here?"
".WMln rake." aald 001- ' '
, "Weddirg cake," aaldli "ageneroue slice,
truly! ' Who of my frienda hare been ao foolish
as to commit matrimony T And when did this
meianoboly affair happen f
"Christmas Eve," returned coz . "The card
that eame with the cake will answer your first
question;" and, giving me an area emiieee tae
pointed to the oard, aha left the room.
Indeed, mv old chum laerrledl ' said I to
myself, as I took up the oard and read "Mr.
audlMre. George Adams." "Qa, ha, ha! who'd
bare thought George would bare committed
such an act! 1 Afr. (? Jtfrs. OtargeAdamil
Ha, ha! really I abould like to see the fellow,
lust to bore him a bit. - Bat who is this lady?
It can't be Mlae -,or Mies ; they were no
favorites of his. " Let me think," continued I,
taking out my peooil and pulling on a bit of
paper the names pt our lemaie acquaintances.
I went on with: "There's Ellen Rice can't
be bar; Jane Greennor her; Mary Willis
nor her;" until I had written down the names
of about twenty girls, without satisfying myself
as to tbe right one. "ao, men, Aaame is realty
married !" said I to myself, I felt truly rejoiced
that it waa so, and I could not help thinking how
comfortable it would be to drop in of an even
log with "my lady," for I had serious notions
then of getting married as you shall hear
by-and-by -end haying social times. I
planned out how we would spend our evenings
tocather in nleaeant Intercourse ' I determined
that his lady and my lady should be the best of
friends, ana Mrs. Aaame as a sieier to me, ana
mv wife as a sister to him. In fact, such a pic
ture of domestic happiness did I draw up so
bright and glowing with all that is delightful
did the future seem In a married state that I
threw my paper one way, my pen another, jumped
up, and prepared for a visit to Maria Bailey, to
whom I meant to offer myself that very night, and
get married as soon ae the law and the minister
would let us. Having put on a clean dickey-
it waa a cold night, and 1 was In a hurry i eai
lied forth to vleit my Intended. - Maria lived at
tbe north end of the town, with her mother, a
widow lady. While on the way to tbe bouse,
I will make the reader a little acquainted with
Maria, and tbe relation In whlcb 1 etood to ber.
I will not oraise her beauty although as beaut!
f ul a creature as eye ever rested onneither will
1 speak of her amiable disposition, her accom
plishments, CO., AO. J
Maria and myself from childhood had known
each other, and were pretty Intimate In our
friendship. When I waa twenty-two years of
age. I concluded to take a trip through the
Statoa; and aa I bad been indieposed for some
time back, with a loss ot appetite, no eleep, ete ,
I made thla my excuse "traveled for my
health." When I made this declaration, there
waa nothing like traveling for bealtb--overy-oodv
recommended It. 8o I started, with the
intention rf being absent a year or more.
Traveling, I must say, agreed with me com
pletely, for at the first stopping place I made
ae hearty a meal aa any of my fellow passen
gers; and when I stopped lor the night , I slept
as sound as a toacn. 10 ten me iruw, i isign
ed sickness only for an excuse to get away from
borne. The real motive ot my departure was,
my feelings toward Maria began to change; 1
always had a foolish longing to be Bear her,
aad a singular feeling of regret when she was
away from bone woen 1 caned to spend a
social evening; and tben tbere was a peculiar
sensation about my heart wnen 1 saw ner
engaged closely In conversation with, any
of my companions, or when she bestowed
upon them a smile. " la loot I began to
lee! ' something more than friendship to
ward ber. I d,d not let her ,know tbe state of
my mind, but laughed and frolioked with her
the same as ever. My affection for her in
creased daily. Not knowiu j, however, but that
my lore might prove omy momentary, and
wiahing to know if absence would wesr it off
for it bad always been my determination that
when I wedded, II should not only be a union of
hands, but a union of hearts. I determined,
without hinting the object of my journey to
Maria, or even fiivlDB her tbw slightest reason
to suspect the nature of my feelings toward ber
to take the journey, and if time did not alter
my heart when I returned, to offer myself to
ber. i I went on my journey visited all noted
places mingled In company as much as possi
bletrifled with the lrdies In tbe fashionable
way; still, though surrounded with boauty in
every engaging lorm though flattered and ca
ressedafter all, a thought of Maria caused a
throb which cone of the lovely ones around me
could create. Her Image kept fast bold on my
heart, and wouldn't leave it. Finding, after an
absence of six months, that the complaint which
caused me to leave borne Inreased rather than
diminished, I hastened my return, and arrived
borne on the aforesaid first of January.
When I reached Maria's place of abode and
began to ascend the steps in front of the house,
my bear! quailed a little. I began to grow
faint-hearted, and to think in wbicn, manner I
should "pop tbe question." I regretted.tbat I
had not studied my part before 1 left home. I
hesitated as I took, hold of the bell-rope my
breath grew shorter, and my nerve shook. I
was relinquishing my noia wan tne intention ot
Ukina a abort stroll round tut sauare to think
over what to say in faot, 1 got ball way down
tbe step. tbinkln Lwouid put off my declara
tion until another time when the thought of
George and his wife and tne pleasant even
Ings we should have together, fixed my waver
Ina heart. So, with reuewed determination, I
turned and ran op the steps, opened the door,
and proceeded to tne parlor. ,
As food luok would have It. there sat Maria
on the sofa, all alone, locking as bewitching aa
an aogel. one Diusned aa sne arose and jovially
extended her Band I gave It a hearty shake,
and squeezed It you know bow, reader, I dare
say. I was ftmost tempted to do violence by
kissing it, but thinking it would seem sweeter
after the trembling Yes had been said, I refrain
ed. A - .. . ' 1 ' I - - .... -. I '.
"Bow glad I am that you hare returned,"
aid she. "and how Improved you look!" ' 1
This was said is such a tone of affection that
I began to con over an anawer, whioh would
weaken tbe Ice, and .lve ber a bint of what was
"Yee." I railed. "I feel wonderfully im
proved; and It appear to me," I continued.
"there la also an Improvement In your appear
ance you .. , ; ,i i . i
"But how were yon pleased with your Jour
ney 1" Interrupting me, while a delicate flush
passed .over her cheeks i "did yon not meet with
some Boutnern oeauiy, wuo weaken your aearx
frees jour native plaeeT". . -,.. ,,
Here waa a fin ODeniae.
"No, Maria, home is home, and ever dear.
1 must aenfesrJ, bowever, mat a was greatly
pleased with the ladias of the South, yet, I saw
none who would compare with the girls o( my
own town. As for being weaned from home, my
heart Is too strongly bound to the scenes of my
birthplace, and to the friends of my childhood,
to fear that. These affections, my dear Maria,
that sling to (he heart, and will not forsake you,
be joe where yon may, or your situation what It
meyb ' 1
Her I stack for a moment'.'. Thinking (f I
neglected to strike now I should never gather
courage to speak again, I took hor willing hand,
and, as the. moments were preoious tor I felt
say courage ooslng away I commenced: " v
"I feel truly happy In findlBg you alone this
evening; I have something for your private ear.
Yon will excuse Coy bluntness my Intention
in calling on jou this evenlDgV Mies Maria
Waa " ''' ' " "";''"';"-'.
. The door at tils moment opened, and my
friend Adams walked Into the room, I sprang
. l"nr-' '; V '"rr, i,";
up, and seising bis extended band, gave him a
cordial graep, although from my heart I wished
him anywhere else, at that moment, than whore
be was. Alter we were seated, we began to
talk on common topics. Bhortly after, I thank,
ed bim for remembering me in the distribution
ot me Dnaai cake. ,- ,
"Oh," said he, "that was wife's doings; you
must think her for that." y
. "Indeed, husband, I knew not of our friend's
return until you told me of it."
"Hueband! wife!". Gracious heavens! bad
a thunderbolt fell at my feet at the moment, I
should not have been more astonished than wben
I beard those words. I started from my seat
any brain reeled, and a sudden falntnees came
orer me. 1 should have fallen, bad I not been
eopported by Maria and George Mr. and Mrs
"My dear friend, what Is the matter?" ex
claimed both, ae I began to revive.
, "Nothing nothing at all,': I replied, "only
a touch ol my old complaint a diazineBet"
As I revived, I added, "with your leave, I will
They urged me strongly to stay wore fearful
that I might have a second atUok on the way
nome, elo out in rain, wnen 1 etood in the
entry, waiting to bid them good night. I trem
bled like an aspen, and it was with the greatest
difficulty 1 made out to utter, "Mrs. Adams
good evening." It nearly choked me.
When I cot home, and within my room, the
Aral thing I did was to threw Maria's wedding
cake Into the nre rroeting and all; and more
over, I drove a large ten penny nail through tbe
card into the bed-poet, and tben went to bed. I
was confined to my chamber seven days with a
fever, at the end of which time I got about
again. I am now quit reconciled to my late,
and can say "Mrs. Adams without bsrdly a
Reader, the moral. If vou are In love, na
inatantlyand offer yourself? Learn from this
tbe danger of procrastination.
How O'Connell Sold Mr. Russell, the Times' Man.
The Mr. Russell who now represents the
London Times here, is the same gentleman who
waa sent by that journal to Ireland to report 0'
Council's speeches.during tbe Repeal agitation.
uneoi me nrst meetings the newspaper man
attended was in Kerry. Haviog beard or O'Con
neU' polite qualities, he thought he would ask
that gentleman's permission to take a vetbatim
aocount of the oration. The "Liberator" cot
only consented, but, In his oiliest manner, in
formed the assembled audience that "until that
gintleman was provided with all wrltln' conve
niences, he wouldn't spake a word," assuming
an extra brogue, whioh was altogether unneces
sary. Russell was delighted. The preparations
began, and were completed; Russell was ready,
Are you quite reaay s" asxea un.
"Now, are you sure you're entirely ready?"
"I'm certain, sir. Yes."
The orowd becoming excited and impatient.
Dan said: "Now, 'ponmy conscience I won't
begin the speech till tbe London gintleman is
intirely ready." , . .
After waiting another moment or so. O'Con
neU advanced; ejesgliatened;.ears were all at
tention; and tbe reportorial pencil arose. Dan
gave one more benignant smile on the corres
pondent, winked at the auditors, mnd emmtnetd
hit ipttth i the Iriik Unguage, to the irreprees
ible honor of the present editor of The Armv
and Navy Gsaette, and to the infinite delight of
ail erry. (ttusseii, although blmselt an Irish'
man, did not understand tbe Irian language )
Fox, thi Patbiot Gadi.i One of Fox's
duns was an Irish oabinet maker, with small
means and a large family. This man's name
waa Murphy, and he held Fox's note for what.
to an Industrious and not wealthy tradesman,
was a considerable Bum. , One day ha was ad
mitted, by some blunder of a new footman, into
Fox's presence. "You have come about that
money, I gnppoee? It is wholly out of my pow
er to pay now." ' '
. But Mr. Murnhv had read In tha mornlnT da-
per that;Fox had just bad a great run of luck
at tbe gaming-table In Brookes' Club. He
knew bis man, and carefully adapted hla reply.
"No, Mr. Fox, I do not expect my money, if
you have not got It. But, I have presented this
noto oi yours so ouen during tne last two years,
that, being only on naner. I am afraid It will
wear out. I just came round to ask you to renew
it, upon pitchmtnt, which will bear a good deal
of handling." Fox conld not help smiling,
and said, "There's your money, yon rascal
your wit has earned it."
LsTTf a raoM Gioias FtiBoor, Esa The
Boston Courier publishes a letter from George
Peabody, Esq , the American banker In Lon
don, in refereuce to our national crisis, in which
"The anticipation of a bloody conflict between
tbe North and tbe South has already destroyed
confidence in tbe United States government
stocks and many of the States securities, and
millions bave, within a lew months, been sent
home for a market in consequence. .. Ii is only
oy concession on the part of the Northern States,
and a compromise which would eeoure the best
feelings ot tbe border State towards the North
and West, that we can reinstate our credit
Dsath or a Yati Collboi Paorcssoa Dr.
Josiah WillardlGIbbSriProlenorof 8aored Liter
ature in tbe Theological Department of Yale
College, and a great celebrity in the world of
Science, died at New Haven, on Monday, aged
71 years. He held a high raok among American
scholars, not only lor learning and research in
hla special department, but for bis thorough ac
quaintance with general philology. He was the
author ot a valuable-more w motiooary and
many other minor work of great merit. Fur
nearly forty years he has been connected with
the Theological Seminary of Yale college '-'
f am aiok of ontnloMf I am ernare in fine
them my soul loathes their frothy food. Give
ma solid, substantial rellrioo; alva me an hnm
ble lover f God and man a men full of mercy
and good fruits a man laying himself out In
works of faith, the pltienoe of hope, tbe labor of
love. Lt tor soul oe wiiq sucn ejnrietisns,
wherMoever thev are. and hataovas nnlnlnna
they may hold. " He that doeth the will of my
Father in Heaven, the same is my brother and
my sister, and my mother." JoA Wastry. '
ThS Cotton Caor, A late Southern taner
Says: The Indications now are that the crop will
naraiy ' reacn ,uuu,uw naies. me receipts at
the shipping ports laat week were only 100,000
bales, against 147,000 In tbe corresponding week
laat year. Tbe aggregate receipts np to the
latest mail dates were 3,015,000 bales, against
3,711,000 at the asm time laat year, being a
decrease of 696,009 bales fromlat year, and
or nnnh.taa r ift.w. - ? -j. . w : -
'NxaTtrDowx "IwllI bet yon a bottle of
wine thai yon win descend from mat chair be
fore I ask vou twice." -"Done." said the Gen
tleman, who Seemed determined not to obey the
summons jso ooeaientiy. "uomsaown." ',1
will not." was the reel v." ' "Then stay no till
I ask yon a second time." The gentleman,
having no desire to retain hla Doeltlon until that
period, eame down from the chair, and bis op
ponent won me wager.
D In notloing the Improvements of ths age,
an exchange says, two ceuturiee ago not one In
one hundred' wore stockings. ' Fltry year ago
no a noy in a iconsena was allowed tt run at
large at night., Fifty years ago not one girt In
a toousana made a rraitlng-mald or ber mother.
Wonderful Improvements la this wonderful
1 A Fanct Nam roa tb Sooruian Rcrostlo
Some writer has suggested that the new
Southern Confederacy be called "The Panola
Republic. Panola Is' the Indian nam for
Cotton, and would be tbe most appropriate title
by which the young Republic could b design a.
ted. II would touch alike the feelings and tbe
pria oi id poopie wno live in tbe Cotton
b. , . ,
' ,: " !in
: ' I.1 .
KHAPP & CCS
. NEW STORE.
From and after thU data wo ehall
REDUCE THE FRIGE
' ' OF OOR WINTER GOODS
TWENTY FIVE PER CENT,
IN OftBia TO HAKt 1O0M VOX OU
Our assortment is still good,
and it i3 known to every
one that our
FIRST GLASS GOODS.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL,
80 DO NOT . FORGET THE
CHEAP STORE Or'
KNAPP & CO.,
SOUTH HIGH STREET,
ft Tonsst realhera and so Ton l
WEEKLY OHIO WjESMAN.
HATING a circulation
LABQEB BY 8BYBB1L THOUSANDS
Than any other paper in Ohio, outside of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Advertis'ii.?
'". "Which CANNOT FAIL to bring
Speedy and Hemnneratlw Return
To those who take advantage of thens. .
TIIK WKKKLY STATESMAN,
Distributed aa it Is through every Post Office In Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Whose patronage Is valuable, and who seldom see the
bally Editions of city Journal,; and as only
A Limited Number of Advertisements
An Inserted In Ita columns, apnopriately and
7, TBrT ctKKOT ran TO
or ALL I
AdrertTslng t the WK8KLT BTATBBMAlfwtn 8a
- It advaatagoos la
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which Is almost oertajn to follow an extensive diseemte
j atlon knowledge of their business
AHOSG COUNTRY DEALERS !
ADYIRT1SKMBNT8 INTENDED TOR
The Weekly Statesman
' Should be handed in before) friday noon.
T88ASURT DEPARTMENT 01 0HIO.I
CoLcaeus, March 18, IMil.J
SA LB 07 OHIO STATE STOCKS. .
TIiehH WIIX BE BOLD AT MJB
He auction, on Saturday, March 3uth, at eleven o'
clock A. M at the office of the Treasurer of State, two
tBoaseira collars oi tee vends oi the State of Ohio, draw
ins interest at tne rat oi sis per sent, per an
nua, and payable semi annually In the City ot New
Torn, and the principal redeemable at the pleasuraof tbe
Th,se Honda were deposited wllh the Treasurer of the
State of Ohio for the purpose or eecuriog tbe circulation
of the Savings Bank of Cincinnail, and they me to be
sold for the purpose of redeeming the same.
marehlfcdIO a. P. STONE, Trta.
TT AWING, ON THK 9th IIS ST., fTJH
. wiwsiiu va as. a, -f aa w js n Ul fQMrf I1O0I OI VTf
ioodft,at No. 103 Hlh Bt., with tho vttw of ehaniti-c
m IsMMtlnn. 1 will a-II sst.UI Ika t a is Tr.
-...SW-.B lllllll-HIIIU viiirii WW
at retorTO, f ,
7 AT COST FOR CASU1 .
Taney Dress Silks, Fringes, Buttons, T'rinimtnga, e'.
Also Jlfured Herlnos, De Lalnes, Shawia and Cloaks,,
ii . Eegardlea ef Cost!
88Mlsa ' . - , P. t. T00.-''
A GENT FOH H01E,C01JTI18ENTAl.
Niw Venat tisaiii.nTs' and Orrt lias or UaaTroa
sw load unin voww. mnTeai, bin. '
WHIce, 81 Hlg, SU, aawaar Ml
7 . Alexandre's Kid Gloves, ' 7
TJIjAI- A8DEHIBROIDEREII. mora.
JL QUIT AIRE aad resular Shane Black Kid !)!,.
ennroraerwa in wniie, mseesia, purp!, ate. Undressed-
u I . . uiu. M ... f. ...
envwrn. niHc.nniuiu.ee. Jk complete SSSOrtSBeill
m wcoeceicDTSiee vioves always lor sale by j;
. , '' . BAIH h SON,
ftWW ' - " ' No. 88 South Hlh street.
J4. t-4. While aaa Heel an4
White Checked o(aVerler quality.
UAIH a SUM,
Me.8lMtb High eti
EOYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY-!
The Lateit The L.r?it-Thi Seat.
, The Cheapest Bocsuie the Best. 1 "
"The Bloat Bellable ktandarel "aw-- '
tltoi-lty- ! the Eagllab l.aag-rtage. '
' , . . Bim Hundred Sntftunt E&veatort of Ohio,
"IIIS : BEST INOLISn DI0T1ONART IXTANT." , ;'
i : lUtrarf Vm JtotryvAtrt,
'He are apwards of a ITnndred Thoanmd Words,
" , --n- wiewiner 1
with thei , correct spelling, aad pronunciation are clearly ;.
1 CtftPtnttati Ommtnslal,
Beadi1ItcUtont cf IM Ifmbtrt of iht OMo State .
Ttachff't Annotation. . .,
The nnderslgne., members of the Ohle Stale Teachers'
Aseoeiatlo.i. iaopt and aim to use In leaching, writing "
and speatintt, the orthography aad pronunciation of
Worcester's Uoal Quarto biotionary, and we most cor
dially reonmmend It as the most reliable standard au
thority of the Bngllsh language, as It Is now written sod " '
spoken. . . l
Loam Airnaaws, President Kenyon Oollere. '' '
M. D. l.isurrr, haperintendent Zsneevtlle School).
Thos. W. IUrviy. Bup't Hassilon Union Bchtela.
M. W. Oowdmt, Bup't Public Schools, Sandusky.
. Jnnn Lvaun, Bup't Puhllo Schools, CircleTilie.
' 8. N. BmroRO, Principal Cleveland female Bemidn-
War. Mrrrosu. Snp't Public Prkools, ML TJnlen. ' .
Jou Oodsk, Principal fetats Nonuar School, Minne
Ovacs Nasoa, Principal Ponrth Intermedials School.
H. 8. Motik, Bup't Canton Union Schools. ' ' X
Eotvia Him.L, Prlocipnl KcNeely Nnioal Kchool.
Kii T. Tama, Prof. Malhematics, Ohio University.
Wm. W. Kdw.rm, Bup't Troy Union School.
- A. 0. Uorams, Prluciial West High School, Cleve
land. . ,-
B. A. NoaTox, Associate Principal High SihoolpDlevo
land , t '
TnaODoaa Btsrlwo, Principal High School, Cleve-' ,
R. f . IIohistoii, Principal Cleveland Imtllnle.
I. A. O.arin.0, President ot Klectic Iaeiitu e. Hi
W. I IIiRais, Prof, of Chemistry, Ohio Wcslryan
II. II. lURNrr, Zx-Commlrslonerof Common Echools,
J.Kis UoxaoE, Prof. Rhetorle, Ole)rlln College.
Thos. Hill, President Aulloch College.
0. W. II. C.ukjart, Prof. Alalhematlcs, High -School,
B. C. CaunBition, Prof. Lingus;e, IHgh School.
Dayton. - -
H. M. Biasaa, Bup't Union Bchools, Ashlar d.
Itor than Sim Dundrtd Othw PrtntdtnH f CnfU.
gt; 1'roftuort, Author and XUtimovlied Juca- '
tori, har tndornd iht abou itntlvittU.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO
MtRiSTTi Coixioa "It Is truly a magnificent work,
an honor to the author, tie publishers, and the whole
country." President Andrews.
Onto Wbutis Cmvusrrv.-" It exceeds my expecU
tloae. It will he my guide lo orthography and pronun
ciation, and will often be eons'ilted byme (or Ita neat
and accurate deOnitions." Presljent Thompson.
W. R. tcLicrric Cotxtos. "Heretofore we harooK.1
Webster's orthography. At a recent meeting of our
Faculty.lt was decided to ehante It to conform to that
of Worcester's Royal Quarto Dictionary." President
WawriR Rxmvs Col nor. "I find it worthy if
cordial approbation." President Uitcbeoek.
Oaotux Colliob. "It more than meets my expeeta- '.
lions. I recommend It as the stand. rd authority in
orthoepy to my children and my pupils." President
Armncu CoLUtsR. "I adopt and aim to nse In teach
ing, writing and speaking, the orthography and pronuu.
eiatton ot Worcester's Jioyat Quarto Dictionary. ' .
"In all my writing, speaking. and teaching, I have eo
dearored to conform to the rales for ortKgra;hy and
pmnanoiallonas contained in Worcester's Dictionary." T
Horace aluiu, late President.
EimroR Collsos. O.msisr. I most cordially rrenm
mond It aa the moat relitble standard auihority of the
English language as It la now written aotl spi'ken " -President
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO
From Rev. Anton Smyth, CammlttUmmr of Ommon
OAooU fit Ohio.
"The Dictionary Is an imperishable monument to the
learning and lodustry of lis author, and ao honor to the '
World of letters. The mechanical execution Is far supe
rior to Ihat of ane other lalnnn lih a.M..h f ....
From Hon. IT II. Barnry. Xt CommUtloarr nf
&U Ohio. ' .
"The nnit mlll,u 1 1. - ,
- .-.W'l I .J v. w ij. ,
wn at Tire
Leadina; Newspapers of Ohio Say. .
From (Ae Clovtland Herald of iljreh 28.
Wm MtWn.li.d .Via V.M..I. T , . i . ....
.... t.u.vm;k iv. I lull. I J I. I.'.
astd by most, If not all. authors ol distinrtion In this
country and England, and-fonfoims to the general usage '
V. wiMiumrj wruor, sou SfiveKerB.
Whatever nreiudicee mar have fwi.ivA nr..:.n.i. .
careful itndy of this volume will Invariah'y be followed
by a warm appreciation of l's groat merits, and a desire '
to add It to the well selected library, be it large or small.
Tllaallhrar InltMl, .nr, ..II ... . l
r . . --.,. m aiuvcn.n.
ble record of the learning of Its compiler.
trom ths aiictnnatl Commtrcial of April 90,
Tlr.MI nnw.nl. nf . Lh.j-j il... i .
bad and indifferent whose multifarious meanings and
derivations, together with their correct spelling and pro
nunciation, are set clearly before the eye The work le
nnnne.tinn.hle th. ir.l.-.t Thu.. ...... ... e i-
From the Cleveland Plalndealer of Sept. 90, 1HJ0.
VvLlpntlw Wrtlf.i i ' A .. . . . ,.
Z i .7 i .1.1 I""" iranimsi is
fitol y (Ae but, but Me ini work, of the t,nd ootr if
-w-w.nu.. v j Mv kwm,vi'vj euuer d emparieon or
From the Tbleio Blade of May 89.
Aa tA MAmim,M Wa p. .- m
- ..w-, i n OTaeo.RD. .
followed by our best authors; In definitions he leaves
uvwi.uk wi.nin,,iBa in UKTnusa.niTU Is suoictent
to say that AVorcistir can be safety followed. . ..
INGIIAffl c BUAOO,
Pablla-ar, Baakeellore tc 8iatiaers, .
U. IWt BUrfiKIOR ST., CLETBLAN 8, OHIO,
Cure Cough. Cold, Hoanmeet, Jnfi.
enea.anylrUatlon orSormeeaf Me -. T
JhrottL RtUev the Martina ovh
ea Cbesij"17rm, Bronheitie, Aetlue
ma, and Catarrh, Clear and give r
ttrenffth to the roire of . .
Pbllaj .PCAKGHSi -v
Pew ars aware of the Importance of check Inr a ConeV
or "Common Cold" lu its first scape; that which In lire '
beginning would yield to a mild remedy. If neglected,
soon attacks the lungs. "Jiwn'i Bronehial Trochee,'' '
eonUining demulcent ingredients, allay Pulmcnary and
BROWN'S I "That trouhla In my Throat, (tor which
the 'Iroohee' are specltel harlne Hd. "i
TROCHEBiolten a mere whisperer." ; - ...
It.' P. WILLIS. "
I recommend tt.elr nse le Pnmto graaa-1
' ' 8T- k. cnam. '
"nave proved extremely serviceable lor .
REV. HENRY WARS (EEC III R. I ' rT
"Almost Instant relief In the distressing t ,
labor of breathing peculiar toAnmui."
. - REV. A. 0. ROai.STON.' ' i
"Contain no Opium or ant-thing inlurl
IS." DR. A A. HAYSS, 5"'"''
,,. , m Chemlet, Bottom. -'y
"A simple and nleasant combination rn
Couoiis, e.": . - .. .'t.fal
DR. O. I, BIOELOW, .v,,(
"Beceuetal in BacxcHtTre., I j- H
, 1R. J. f.W.LANI. , ,
,' ' ' Aeefoa! ''
"I have pmved tbemexralk-Bt fn, U u ..
' RRy. H.W. WARREN.
. , , J "i Bottom. Ui
H8eneuctal when eoanalled to n.tr '
feting from Coin." . j t - -
stBV. B. F. J. ANDRRJOf, ,
"BiracmaLln rrmn-rinr Tfni.n.. nit
Irritation of ths Thr at, to comaou wlh-',
eruxatis aad tootat." '
Prof. srAOT JOHNB0N ' ,', ,
La tfrunye, 6a.,
; -' e Teaefwof Alaeir. Koather T
r: .:. ! .)' rfOiHe. ..lfS..0
'Greet benefit when taken before and after .
preaehiag, as they prevent Hoarseneta. from
tkelrpeeteareot, I think they will be ef per-
Buoent advantage to me." .. ,,,t.
BROWN'SJ . -P-aldentoi Ae Oo'llrg Tean, f
TROOHEK ICrgoia hf all Drayitsls at TWENTY-1
.1 , , flVB CSNIS A bOXJJl ,
ROBERTS A SAkCBh.
. u. Droettats, M Iforth Hlh street
8. K. SAMUaLa 00.. ,
US South High street, Colnabos,0
' mar7-oeodlm .... vJ ' "
.:koticsi l: , . , .
rare 8ijbcbiei tn HRHineti op '
closing op his old business at euee, and hopes that
ail person, having unsettled aooounta on his hooka will
give litem immediate atteattoa. , .
now RAIN, ,
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