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VOL. VII. NO. 257. NEW SERIES.;
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COLU1IBUS. :OHIO. THURSDAY EVENING. APRIL 4.
Inrariably la Advano
I 'T -. . i. .- i li.l'Vlll.
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBLISH) Bl ; ilfD rOP jIUTOH.
ET OffiM Km. 86, If and 40, Uorth High it.
TIEMB INTAUABLT IK ASTAXOl
Daily ... t , $6 00 fn jtu,
" iJ carrier, ptr wee, dk
M-WmUt .it..,' . t 00
VMklT , :i ' J ...I.; : .... i 1 00
. r'. 4 I I -r-m : l . ' !
erwt at. i.4rer(Ulnr kjr the lHN
On " U usotUn 18 0U
3n " ' Bnonlhi IS 00
3n ' 1 Montlit 10 00
3n .8 Baothi 8 00
3d lBMnlb.i tOO
One tqatn I WMk.4 00
On " ItMij.. 00
On " . 1 wek... 1 75
On " 3djr... 1 00
On " dr ... 79
Ob " 1 InMi-Uoa M
Diplsye adcrtlMMU half nor tham Hi abort
nut . .
AdrettlsemenU leaded and placed la th mlamaof
SDecisi natieei," toqi4 14 orainary mm.
All iiuIIom nqalreo to be pabliihed by law. legal rat.
II onieired on the luidxclniiTel7 altar meant mel
pet ceii.. more than the abort ratee; bat all laoB wu
iDiHiir In the Trl-Weeklv without chinra.
linelneae CanW, notuceedlnc Are llnet, per year, In
aotifiw per line; onteiae vi
Noticee of meetiiigMhart tablet ocleUea, Are eeaipaalei,
ko., half prlte.
All traniUnt adiHrtUtiMnt mutt 14 paid for to
t lvunet The rule will not be varied from.
' Week ly, tune price at the Dally, where th adrarUwr
eithe Weekly alone.. Whore to Dally and Weekly
re both ntcd, then tlie charge lrth Weekl will be
a X' tne relet ot tne Daily.
No adrertitement taken eaeept tra deSnlU period.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring Water Sta., .
W. B.1 1 POTTS ' & CO.,
And Hannracturen of Brata and Oompoettlon OatUnga,
rlnlthed Brut Work of all DeiorlpUone.
Electro Piatingand Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTING, &C.
febl '00-dly . .. 3 " ivy,
;.; P. A. B. SIMEII3,
Attorney At XjAX77
. AND NOTARY PUBLIC. .
VUllnaaitriB VHIIUlUIi UUUUB1IJE lilUIWI DU UHIW
Machine Mannfaclnring Company
STEAM ENGINES & BOUERS,
Cattliigi, MiU-Otariiif; ltMklnarw.
'I ': J-- ' -: 5"
E.;.:i-'-.,r.i.r J."fit).' - .1. . I I
i : , 4LI,
3ELallroTx.d' ' Worlx
of mi Dftxntimoii. " ; ' ,
0RAB. AMBOi, gap't P. AMBOeVitrMt.
dooll, USiB-tf . ,. ..
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Layton ft Indianapolis!
Through to Indianapolis witboat Change of Can
and but One Chang of Can betwoen
- Colombo and St. Louii.
TIIREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
.. BUS. .. . 1
. .., . FIRSTTRAIN. ' .
(Daily, llondayt ezeepled.)
KIGT1T 1XPHES8, via Dayton, at 8:4$ a. m.,1 top
ping at London, Xenta, Dayton, Hlddletown and Btmil
ton,arrlTtngatOlncinnatlate:30a. m.Dayton at 9:45
a.m., Indlanopolltat 10:4 a. m.itt. Louliat 1110
P'"' SECOND TRAIN. .
AOOOMMODATION.at :10a.M.,itopplngatatl Ita
tlon between Oolaabitt and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati 11:0S a. a., Dayton at IkUa .,
Z-. THIRD. TRAIN.....' ...
DAT IXPBKBB.at 8:30 p. m., ttopptng at Alton,
JeSenoa, London, Charleeton, Oedarrille, Xenia,
Spring Valley, Oorwlo, Morrow, Deerfleld, fottar'a.
LoTVlend, Uillford and Pltlnrllle, arrlTieg at Clncln
nail at 7:90 p. a. Bt. Loalt at 18 Dayton at 6 35 p.
Sleeping; Cairn n all Night Train te
- (Jiaclnnatl and lnaluBapell. -
BAOOAOG CHECK EP THROUGH.
for farther Informttlon and. Throngh Ticket, apply to
, . H. Id. DOUKHiy, .,
Ticket Agent, Colon Depot, Oolnmbna, Ohio.
4J . .. .. - li. W. WOODWAKD,
, Baperintendeot, Cincinnati.
O . , , JM0. W. D0UIRTI
Jnl3 ' 1 Agent, Oolumboa,
HOWARD a CO'Q,
CALK. AT NO. 83, SOUTH HIGH ST.,
and cxamln oar now make t t -
AMERICAN WATCHES, .
jnanufaetured bp 1. 110 WARD A CO.. Bottoa, Hat.
The Watch ei ar far auperlor to anything m offertd
to th pobllo, heretofore. Having the nolaatr agency,
loan all them at prloe to nil th timet. hartjutt
wotiTtd a largo took 0,1,
- "AMERICAN. WATCHES,'
manufactared by AFrLHTOK, TkAOI, CO j abo, a
tot ataornnentof ..
ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES,
In flold aad Silw Ca, at Panto prloaa.
' ).nCT - W.J. BAT AOS.
nr. cn gbeen and black
TKAS lOObanprlD Bio Con.
1 AO pocket old Dutch OoTtmatnt J era Coffee.
7 B bagt Ceylon Cose. ., .
SOObbl. ttandard White lugafa, oonrWtlng of Po
dred,Oliroihed, Granulated A and B Coffee.
M quintal Seer BankOodSih. f f .;
SO bWt. aleta and Ma. l UackereL i Ji ii
S to, "ok Bslmon.
100 ox. Lay IMaln. , f , ... . , . . . ,
ftOhf. boxdo do ' " '
lOOqr.box do do . n
100 U Olgarti dlffwcot braadi and (radat. 1 ' ' " "
nor7 . .-. WM. aiuDONAtD.
And Blank-Book Manu&ntwer '.;
S H0RTH BJ0H ITRXXI, 00LV1L1VI, OHIO
antiMlf ... t y , .... .rj 1 f.
-rCTIIITU WHEATj BHANDED ' , . .
Proa " Banett Mill." Iprlngfteld, 0. th beat brand of
Hour brought to oar market, nattiraotion guaranld.
lor ai oniy at r?.icuu.ai.irB, .. . ..
nora7 , . ' 10 South High ttreel.
AiEXANUHtK Kll ULOVliau' ' 1
All alat and oalonjual opened at ' ' BATJIB, . '
da.ll. No. a) peath High ttreet.
li i 8TONE'SBAZARn
N"o. 4 Gwynne Block.
A. ; P STONE & O'HiRRi
Xa IBB OOODB, and Inrlte th pobllo la Inrpect
thta. Mo toch atock of Oood ha rr bee brought to
Uile market.. Tb South, In eoucqueac of th hilar
ei uim gram srop, aainot been able to pnrehat th u
nalquaatltr rt rich rooda. and thla faotha.fnraad iha
Iaperttii U tell then at pobllo auction. Our buyer
(Mr. Stone) being in Mw '.Cork at the large alia, took
adrantag of them, and wt can and will cell our goodt
"", at tea man any one woo puroaatea two wtt iinoe,
paid for then in New lork. Onrttock usomplet la
ever uvpanaaent 01 ' j
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
, OTTOMAN VELOURS,
' tfi tiTf trrv dTvniTtr no
I- u -. ' DYED COBUQS;
BLACK ALPACAS, !
FANCY WOVEltf FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
' ; rOPLINS, PRINTS,
" ' " ' DELAINES.
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
i Bought in Olo Day,
At half the Coat ! Impeitatlen
LADIES' FURS, '
la all VaTietlea, ' e Celekratea
Blanufatare f C. O. Oh
Han't, Ladle and Ohlldran't Under BhlrU and Drawen;
Ladle, Uiate and Children'! Hoetery of all kind, In
Wool and Lamb' Wool; Fleecy Lined and Cotton Qloret
of (Terpmak. . 1
A complete utortment of all the nanal rarie
Ueeof . , . . . . .. , .1
- . OVERCOATINGS.
c ' TWEEDS,
LadiM andGent'i linen Canrbrlo Hand'
J kerchief., Ac, &o.
To ptnon who aall on na, wo ptodg our word to
thow them the lanett. bat and oheaDut ttock of Ooodt
crer aeen in mit maraet, or pay ua on aoiiar per
neurwnn Koaiog. ,
aai-diyxiawitw. 1' r - BTunn m u uina
IATHR0P, IUDINGTON & CO.
23 it 25 PAEK PLACE, . ..
20 ft 23 KUXSAT 8TBSXT, 1
' IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Foreign and Domestic ;
FOR CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT.
W ar onnlna. at oartnwkt waranonw. at th abor
ntaaban, (took of Seoa to each of th tU departaentt
of our boilseet, (uperlcr U anything w bar uretefor
znioitea to in una.
k: CLOTH DEPARTMENT.
IHal aWrOwel tM lU lltJHa a IIJjbUV gauaj-: UJ
Ikraannak - - a a auaaama f Lnna aar nUnM 41 nl
)Mrvavonu attai iMrnyua vi ai gyeajwr va vu rinHn
acknowledged good tail. W keep xtenjlre line of
th taat and cbolcett
-; and ;;;;;.;
To be found In th market, all atketad with th aloat
dttorialnattoa. Ate,aligriM, eoiora aoa raneuca 01;
' ' LADIES CL0AIN5G3, .
''; ' ' , . TWEEDS,
I AEaflRS'and IISBOHAHTS'OASSIMMIB, '
KtNTCCKT IXLXi, front W to 18X oanU ptr yard
and upward; 'v. ' ' '
TWIKDB, MX to 15 oentt ptr yard-mtl year oM at
18 to SO; .
PBINTID BATINITB, at 11 cent;
' Andothtr Ootdi anretptndiiiglf Low. '
; Dress-Goods Departmekt. '
Mincherter be Lalnea, ' ' Taney lllka, ' n
Hamilton do. . Printed CbaMla,
Paotfi "do. 1 HanebHtoraingbaot,
Printed Lawn, , . Olaagow ; do.
Printed Brllliaatea, . . Clinton do.
Blaok Bllka, ' Poplloe,
! - r"4ni At Ntu Stltct Styti of
FANCY SPRING GOODS.
it trrlmao Print,
Cochooo . do. . . ,
alaachttr, fco. Print, A
Amrlca do. .
KnglUh " do.
;;' . rx)MKsno cxjttons. '
tawrencf 0. BbeeUnga, , Atlanlla A. Ihoetlnga, 1 :
Btark do. ' Amotkeag , . . do.
Lathrop ' do. Applatoa 'do.
hawmut - do. - Braratt do.
Poeamet do. , VUca,.,, do..
. r . ' AH Orotic und Widthi.
bliaCikd ' imBtmai and BnnriKas. ,.
Wantntta, Dwlght, . Lawmoa,
Looadale, ;"' "'""aJroat fall, ' " ' Naumkea.
kill,. ii-vi" Htlttam, Boeit,
Htw Tor ;;;, At.JAo.
... -1 A LABOB AMP tlLtOT AaWBTSINT.- . f
COTTON iDIB a great rarlety . , ; .,, . .
CHBCKB do. ..
TlOKlNflO-Hin th had lag brand. ' ! : "
DINI11B do. do. 1 . ' 1 '
BUIETIMO BtalPIB-all th leading brattaj,
muff .nil. .
C0R8KTJ1A5B ' do." r ' do.
SAHABKB, PAPBR OAMBKIOB, C0L0X1D 0AM'
I v."- J.-. ,, .. ;. .... '
, - x ..., f..'.; ..taiih sonow, , .v
Geiitlekeii1il Farnishlag Gootls,
UJUUK.ja.LiAa JiflU .rAKAiSUU,, ( ,
CARPETS AND OIL-CLOTHS, v!
And a groat' rtrlety of Good not tnnmerattd all f
which w ptodg oanelTo to tell at th oMt Market
price th larger portion at treat 10 to 10 ptr Mat. tat
uua leMjoaiv t . . vt.. '. ' ' i'
ftraf uniy ,
Irish Linen Goods.1.' ' 1
f f Lhin Biilrt Boaona . PIb and Panra . i . . .. .
' BUtrilngaod Baton llhtn. ' " ' .
t i...-, i Linen BheetlniraaadrinowOttlnri.
vi I . i i . Unen Cambric and Long Lawn. ';
. i v. , ,-:. i.t. -fr roea-Mnaaia,ailiill.
" J W Towelling aid Dlpra.
l.inA TnWAla all. . . . . . .
ii . ' ltoia6(lr0'and0rah..
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Gents Linen Shirt Collars,"
??PEBJOM-,DA,t',', IN GAK.
ROTS, Banding, Byron, Ftrtlrwy, kanfraw and
nmaifM. UtMaed Pocket llandkarahlefi. Heck
k Btaoka. Street and Seminar ewaa. luir r
very kind, uadrOarmBt( aad all kind f 0nt' far
nutting Oood in groat rarlety and at moderate prior.
-t' ' -no. sw aouta Hien atreet.-'
MALl l-HdaTHKHAULACK BilTTS
aletaat aalla (or Udtee) alio. Him' atltta
B great variety
;..t KB VS. ,i. t i
Bally, par year.. .-..... WJ"
; Weakly, porpaai ......... ue
Mr. Douglas Rousts Republicans.
In t'ha United Slata Senate, on Monday of
lait week, Mr. Dongiae "pokod fun; itenWe-
, at the RepoblloaU, for abandonlDg tbe"doo-
trinee" of the oampaieo. ne maintaioea that
ther bad hooked hit thunder. He tald:
Slpee the war policy hat been to generally
itlaAMWA hv Ranatlwa An that liHaftf Ih.r.h.m.
bar, ead peaoe ha beeo declared to be the policy
of the AdmiolBtratleo, it teem that I wae not
eo far wrong when I Incurred the diapleaaure of
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av anany oeuawr yfi twuui vi hi; luwrpreta
tion of the Inaugural. - For it eeemt to ba gen
ameaalta aMnaAarlaarl WtfhaW f rt t fltm PAVAnilal Id it Kdh
eolleoted, nnlesg CoogreM make it the duty of
tne rreaiaeni 10 ao it; no ports are to oe Diock
aded, unlet Congren make it the duty of the
rreaiaeni to oiocaaa tuem; no muiiary iorce
le to be used, uolea Congree shall require it to
bo done, and provide the meant; tnd lhatnoth.
log 1 to be done that lead to war. Thii 1 a
very good policy much wiser and better pol
ler! than I had expected or honed for from a Re
publican Administration. -1 do not know that I
should hare made a great effort to defeat them,
if I thought tbey would have acted with a
L. i i j i t - . : -
uiuuu wibuuih amu pawiuuBur.
Mr. Clark Yon did not dofeat them.
. Mr. Douglas No; nor would I have made as
ereat effort to defeat them.
Mr. Clark You did na no harm. (Laugh
Mr. Donela-If I did not defeat ffln. it
we not my fault. I used my best efforts to do
Mr. Clark Yon could not quite come It.
Mr. Donelaa I could not nit coma It. ami
you tee the consequence. Seven States are
out of the Union, civil war la impending over
you, commerce is interrupted, confidence de
stroyed, the country ffolnar to nlPA ln.t h
cause I waa unable to defeat you. . No man in
America neiieve these consequence would
have resulted, if I had bsen successful in my
efforts to defeat yon. You can boast (hat yon
have defeated , me, . but you r have . de
feated your country with me. Yon can boast
that you have triumphed over me, but yon have
triumnhed over tha nnlt of thaaa Statu Vnn,
triumph ha brought disunion; and God only
a.uuw wuu wDscquenceo may grow out ot it. -
Mr. HoMDn I nnilmhnil tha So.....
w . . m WH.HH
that it i the election of President Lincoln, in-
teaaoi om one ot the other candidates, that
ha eaused the dissolution of th Union 1
Mr. Douelat Th 8natnv Irnm wi...t.
can understand me just a I say. If I bad suc
ceeded in defeating yonr party at the Presi
dential election, thereby rendering it certain
that the nolle of that tUAPlV TSPflia flit Kan ma
f sr 'j w "m wj iv ass van
ried Into effect, the people of the Southern
owe woum nave rested, in Becurity that tbey
were lafe, and the Union never would have been
Mr. Howe What policy Is' lhatT
i Mr. Dougla-The poller of a sectional party,
that makea war nnon tha Inatitminn. r i.
ry a it exist in the Bute of the Union; and
withe to nee the power of the Federal Gov
ernment to crlppl it wherever the Constitution,
according to your construction, doe not forbid.
i r. uuws i nai i me very point upon which
I want the Senator' testimony.
. Mr. Douglas Well, yon have got it. . '.
: Mr. Howe That the Republican party ia not
in favor of any sectional policy. It ia in favor
of malntaininc tha .ntliniii. r th-
) 9 - " wi .u .nun pev
vi.wi lug vuiuu ufer an nneiinni rhm h .
Mr. Douglas That, I suppose, depends upon
what I meant b tha eonii "aantinn.i
II presume there will be no controversy about
the proposition that lA,ii?y.iofca-a parry rtttt
9mm 11m Aaaa'a mt 1. ..'!.' A.. A il 1 ..... .
SVfV WWftTHt il tximtm. in ikm wfMi r
. , -- w "it") ( irto vwri-
(fUtifMa tfthi Untied Suit itti not forbid your
Uterftrtnet. Under that construction ot the
Constitution, you claim the right to prohibit
slaverjin:all the Territories of the United State
by act of Congree. Not only that, but you as
aert that Congree is clothed with the power and
duty ton to prohibit, and that yon are going to
us the authority of the Federal Government, to
the extent of the power conferred by the Con
stitution, according to your construction of it, to
eripple, restrain and destroy what yon call the
'lav power" In thi country. That being
yonr avowed policy, the Southern States, when
you triumphed in the Preeidentlal election,
earn to tha eonelualan that MM MWAU tea
that yon bad not been proclaiming these prlo-
u umuna ptwpiw ior tne purpose or
deceiving them into giving you support; tndthtt
yea aaeaaf fe tt iutt taaaf ttou mr,.lj .....u
do. Henot the nxoeotad that th
rot Dower, vou lonltl take nn th kim .r Li
year, whioh yon had passed throngh the Houte
of Representatives, whioh wa lying on the ta-
il m. tow w rvprai me eiav code or
New Mexioo, and abolish alavery In that Terri
tory: 6uf ttieom AbatAera awmik JiA. i
- - . . . r i J"- in
tappettaje yen inttndtd toitony ouch fAiwy. The
" pt"w .uai yuu um no intend to do it,
uu uiaauiw apprenennon or toe bontbern peo
nla were not wall fnunrWul. Tt . .k.. .t...
. , - "wu.. .urn. tuoew
profession of an intention to prohibit elavery
ia the Territoriee were made only for the pur
poeeaf getting Northern vote. - -
When vou had
Abandoned all idea of pastier the bllUfhAed
you aver enterUined it. for fetr it (nr
tmk tkl Of OCt oflkt Ifuimm. Tim h... .k.-j
- - . " W MIMJUUU-
ed the aggreeaive policy of abolIshloK slavery
in lli.,.nt. unit, .f .L. ILi .. '
, , , V I """" , ,u, """y-sevenm par
allel. Yoa have mad further sacrifices than
thaL for tha aaka af hmm j .u- tii
- " HU III. WUIUI1. I
give yon credit for them. Yon have passed ter-
A ula 1 LI I tjm u f , ra m - -
riwciai ihiw otkbuizidk toe i erntorie of Colo
rado, Nevada, Daootah, on the principle of
whatl Tha Nebraska villainy, if I UkZ be per-
ml. .AH .A imu.1 h 1 1 1 ,. - r I
ymm uv punt language oi in e sen
ator from Wiaconsln. I never deemed myself at
libertv to nan tha aorrl In i.i-
. 4 , j - uio uoiuro,
butinaamuoh a the Senator used it. and an
nealed to the Chair to know whether it wis
any violation of decorum, and alienee gave con
sent, I suppose now I may be permitted to gay
that you organised all the Territorle we now
puaaiwaw wu tuwiueuucai principle or tne Henra'
ka villain! -i ........ ..t .
Mr. Howe Now really, Mr- President, let
ma assure- tha Sonatnr that t Hid m An. .u..
. - - , m.i uwv- WU. 4t M It
coat ior mm at an, nor for the Nebraska bill.
I aneka of an ant nf th. n..ni it..
. I . - vwiv.uu.vu. V, 111.
United State imposing slavery upon a Terri
tory w Tiuaiuou act, ana not toe mere enact
aaent of A law'orrantzlno a TapvUnr Ami.
tinw la Axfllnda afavei-v X aimiiTfl rai v
rt - j - ...uui. Mw., uua Ul
J-i... .L. a . . , -
uoievvitn w mi oeuniur, uare appaeu 01 I8UCD
an act a a vlllainoua one .? ' .' ' -
I Mr. Donclai I an van irlaii: AT. TM.t.-t
to bear that explanation, and I take It In all
sincerity. I thought the gentleman wu A man
of too much intelligence ever to have- said or
thought that the Nebraska bill wit a villainv,
and I did not expect to hear that from htm; and
I am very giau, uereiore, to oe corrected. . J
new tnai some politicians, ior political effect,
In ilia hahlf nf iA.nM.iill.n ti1..
tear' ago, iq. order to get vote, but I never
aiinrvAMjayl at nP ftt I rtaam run 1 1 a..) ( . Pkj. O
j ugjiy-VMVta J "" trenv'tu aaej -, t gigj fkJfJUaV
tor, therefore, referred only to ao act Of the
0 I , l . . . . L 1 ! V 1
rraerai uuTcruuieut to onwunsa eiavery in I
Territory. I do not know what act of thi t'td
ml Ontrnment be refer to. I ant not aware
that the Federal Government ever passed an act
establishing slavery Anywhere. I never beard
of ench k law. The Federal Government has
pad aota to prohibit slavery in aome places,
but never to establish It, to maintain It. la urn
teot It, or to keep II In any place. . Heuce, the
Senator wa misiaaeu in using tne word "vll-
laln" In thi ennnetttion. for It nna t..
ever ocourredv II wa merely a lingvs,
ana toereiore, oi course, toe reporter Will nof
eep It m tuo reuura, k.j ,
x ' Men of the ' noblest oul find themselves
nappieet wnen tueir wuivrm, auar tnai nap
plneet with them.
Stories and Life.
There' tometblne wronr with (he machine
ry,outhlng wrong! . "But wbatl" "O, Idoo't
Know, nut it worts wrong." . There I a elan
of croaker who are all the time enlightening
ns just so far as to the state of thing. Quora
te wnat purpose I . -
- Not long since, a respectable young' girl in a
western town married mere adventurer, of
gooa a areas, dm without credential or any
auown .DMoaeaM,.ana or coarse no proved a
scamp, a bigamist, a polygamlat, or something,
and there our part of the story ended. Where
upon gravely appear in a leading paper an' ed
itorial, commenting on the: affair, with thi
"moral:" that in no country under heaven do
women throw themselves away so carelessly,
o unguardedly, and 10 forth, and to forth. , '
Croak, croak, to no real purpose) no reason
given, no remedy proposed, no hope of any,
evidently giving up the whole a a hopeless case.
Perhaps it is. Then why waste pen, ink and
paper, time, type, composition and printer' Ink
In saying sol . . . ... -.
Nor are we to find either oaute or remedy in
day, yet, looking a little deeper, one may be
permitted a suggestion. One cause may lie In
the current and prevailing literatnre of the day;
especially that so greedily devoured by the
olasa among whom the evil spoken of are most
prevalent. Their staple mental food is a sen
sation story, terrifically wild and horrid, or a
mere love story. Every book, every novel, ev
ery tale from the highest to the lowest, turns on
the course of true loyei'or what they are pleas
el to call true love, a counterfeit presentment.
brery story present it Course, the obstacles
In the way, the mean, miraculous or otherwise.
by which tbey are overcome, and the final catai-
In ninety-nine Cites out of a hnndred.tha end
Is marriage, and the curtain droosi while In the
one case mat tan oi in is reeult, there 1 a reel
log oi disappointment and the author receives
no wanks. And this is regarded ae the end
Instead of the beclnnlnr of life: there ia not a
look beyond, to see how tha two lmnrTiv.t tuw
Dg may go on, alter tney nave taken up tbe
uuruen oi uie toKetner. ui course nut: it
would be too prosaio, too dlsenohantlntr. and
yet If one might be allowed so homely a sug
gestion, It might be useful. A young girl hav
ing well learned tbi lesson, taught by all tbe
doohs sue nas read in every spare moment of
her time, noiblog remain but to follow the
course oi her education to It) legitimate end.
Tbe first teaching of this education la. th ond.
aim and object of life I to bs married; well, if
yuu can, out as any rate 10 marry. Shut your
eyee and leap; people do sometimes lsnd aaiely,
even in the dark I
Here we are, precisely where onr croaker left
ns, save that we have a guess at (he cause.
i,ei us loo more closely at the stories as they
rue. Take a hundred and analtz them, in
one-half you have love at first sleht. in all of
them there are obstacle in tbe way of an im
mediate blissful result. In twenty-five oases,
parent oppose, ar crnel, relentless, unrea
sonable; in another twenty-five, a rival mysti-
uoa waiter; m von same nomDer more, tbe
lover quarrel and cannot by any mean com
to an understanding till the end ot the second
volume, though you could settle it all ia five
minutes, lu tbe rest of the hundred cases,
poverty, or fate, or a guardian, or an unole who
win not aie; or muitlerences or i lfu nna on
the pert of the party of tbe first nart. or tha nartv
of the second part, keep them asunder. It ia
obly wonderful skill and power of invention that
can give us anything else.
1 be supply oflnoident ia meaere. In twenty
vaaew, toe una iave tne neroine rrom drown
ing; In ten, he rusbee into a burning houee and
rescues ner; in nve, ne eaves her from wild
Indian: In five others, from "tha cmem "
whoever that may be. In ten other, he catches
a i runaway horse or horse at tha rink of hi
own life, e she I riding or driving! in three,
ii save ner irom tne ruing tide; in eeven,
from shipwreck; and so on. The reader cf
gooo memory can perhaps supply the few re-
maraaoie ease in wnicn the author, by won
derful good luck, or fertility of invention, or In.
tpiratlon, has hit upon anything else. Now and
then we are treated to long and wearisome de
lays, till we feel that the life of tbe parties I
passing, and w grow weary, if they do not
We are impatient, whatever they may be, for
.no tuiuuuicu. ui luetr nopea. so Biuon lor tbe
Incident on which all these wonderful tales are
However, tbe poor writers ai not to blame.
Tbe raw material has been used up long ego.
It is like paper which, made over acaiu and
again, lose all ita fibre, all In strength, yet baa
the semblance of paper still. We have com
plained that tbey all stop at marriage aa the end
and aim of life, But perhaps this is in part a
mistake, for a new style of Incident is starting
np, and with the doctrine of affinities come new
materials. People seem to marry In haste to
repent at leisure; perhaps tbe evil is now work
ing Its own cure. The favorite now teems to be
(for a story is so far true to nature, that it ia
nothing without trouble.) that after the am
quietly married, the pair discover that they
have chosen tbe wrong person; and then we
are treated to all their struggle and atrifes,
with tbe alternatives of open quarreling, silent
vuuurauve, ui.uruo ur megraceiui mgnt. A here
Is no spice unless something ia wrong,' or, as a
young lady said, with more sincerity than
reverence, "there is no spice in life without
Sin."' - "
We discover in these last plots something of
the Influence of tbe eptrit of French fiction. As
marriage in France are arranged by friends,
and the parties have little choice or oDnortunitv
of acqnaintance before marriage, the only free
dom which s woman enjoys comes when it le loo
late. But as there must be romance in life, it
it then or never. Now ws do not wish to re
form French customs or morals, but let na care
for our own. We hare no need to engraft one
evil opon another,
"The evil that men do lire after them,
The good I oft Interred with their booet." ''
Extraordinary Dramatic Resurrection.
veara aoro. ' Jnnlna Rrntna Rtli
playing the elder "Brutus," at tbe Mud The
atre, in Baltimore, ana toe wile of Andrew
Jackson Allen, the American costumer, was the
"Luoretla" of the night. ' "Brutus" bad to
speak a long oration over.the dead body of the
martyred matron, dui a tne weather was bit
terly cold, Mrs. Allen induced the manager to
plioe a supernumerary body on the bier. As it
wa not neceeiary that any portion of the body
should be seen, exoeptiog the profile of the face,
the deception waa not dlsoovered by Booth. The
tragedian had proceeded a few lines in his
speech, when a slight shiver was observed to
agitate the dead body. , ,
Booth ascribed this to the cold draught of
sir to which tbe sen immolated "Lueretia" wa
exposed, and went on the boy writhed s Booth
muttered between his teeth "LI still, mad
am e; recollect you're dead." Another violent
contortion of the corpse.. The orator, . became
excited, and exolalmed loud enough to ba heard
in the pit 'D ation, madame, if you don't
atop that Infernal , wriggling, I'll leave the
stage !" He prooeeded, howerer,,untll he came
to th lines ,..,.,. . . t;,j j , ,,,,
, ' ' Behold that froaen oorpte; ; i
J : fla- wK.ra ItiM In.t Lnaiatl alMina In AmIs- '
Here the bier shook aa though its burden had
been galvanised, and th body sprang? iron tha
trtsselin it winding-sheet, and rushing to tha
footlights, exoiaimea: "uiastmeit lam going
to lay on that ere bench to be drownded!
is impossible to conceive th ludicrous figure
the boy preeented. , He was enveloped in seve
ral white sheets, the ends 'of which trailed ba
bied him, and his face was perfectly black. Tbe
audienoe was convulsed with laughter, which
never ceased till tbe curtain fell. , ,,,-,,
: It was afterward discovered that Sara Drake,
a comedian of facetious memory, bad obtained
from th pelnt-room a pot of liquid lamp-black,
and planted himself in tbe "flies" immediately
over the representative of the defunct Rem
matron. At interval he poured email qnantl
tie of tne sable fluid directly in the face of th
unhappy youth, but at length the whole contents
of the vessel descending in a shower, it was too
gauoh for flash and blood to bear, and produced
th ludicrous catastrophe.4
ID aaL I
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ta Uonnmption-, BronMtit, AntAa-
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otrtngtk to tin 00 of
. rtAILiliJ NPEAKERI,
Few ar aware of th Importance of checking a Oongh
"Common Cold" in tu nnittag; that which In the
beginning would yield te a mild remedy, If neglected,
ooa attack th lung. M Jtrotra't Bronchial Trochet,"
containing demulcent ingredient, allay fulaonary and
BROWN'S I That trootle tn my Throat, (for which
the 'Zrvotat ar a tpoia) hailn made
TROOBBB often a mere whltperar."
BT. P. WILLIS.
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IROOBKBl . BBV. . CHANS.
-Mar pro Tea extremely Mrvieeabl for
KKV. HKNRT WARD BEBOHIR. -
TROCHES "Almott lnttaat relief In the dlatmtlng
imoov t nroauiiinx peculiar to aarnila.
BROWN'S I KKV. A. 0. KOGLB8TON..
"Contain no Opium or anything Inlurl
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BROWN'B "A dmpl and pleasant combination for
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BROWN'B "Beneficial la BaocHiTi.n
1K. 1. f.W.LANS,
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1 "I have proved them excellent for Waoor
IB0WNS iKoOoi'oa.' -
, , , , , BBV. H. W. WARREN,
TROCHES " " ' . Botton.
1 . "Beneficial when oompelled to Speak, nf
BROWN'B feriug froa Colo."
. ; ' ABT.t). P. J. ANDSRBON,
TROOnSS I .... .. : , .. . JJL.XawA.
"Briatrroii In removing HoaneneM and
BBOWN'B trriUtiaa of lb Tkrvat, to eoaaon with
iROCHSa Prof. BIAOT JOHNSON
I tla Granam. Bm..
BROWN'B Teacher of Mutlc, Bouthern
. "Great Uneflt when take before and after
BROWN'S preaching, aa they prevent Hoaraenua. Trom
tnelr pM enact, t think they will aw-oT per
TBOOHBSaanentadTan tare tome." ' , 1 . .
2 I .1 AV.S. KOWltT.A.nf;,
BROWN'B . t mWitl of Atheat College, Ttnn.
TROOHBB UTteld tiy alt Drargittt at TWBNTT
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I ! ROBSRTB A S AatOlV,, - -n
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63 South High ttreet, Ootaabas, 0.'
A compound remedy, designed to he the most ' 1
v"- "ii uun cun De maae. At is
tceiltrated extract of Para Barsaparilla,
to combined with il..- r ...ii
. v .uviiuibl, ua .iu,
greater alteraUve power aa to afford an effec -
A: .aJJ.A. .t .
urw tnuutm ior tne oiseate HamapariUa 1 '
reputed to cure. It it believed that such a ,
remedy ia wanted bv thoan aim t
Strumous complaint, and that one which will '
accomplish their curt must prove of immense '. '
aerviue ra wis targe ciase oi our anuoted jeUow-
citixpna. . TToer Amnlufplr eliiat mmnmi.il . :il
do it has been proven by esrerimeTit on many
of the worst cases to 1m found of the following ,
COmplaintSt ; !;
BcuorntA and Scitorci.ous CoirrtAiirrs,
Ekuptions and EnvrrivB Disga-ius, ULrstuj,
PiurLB, Blotcues, Tuuons, Sau Rur.Uii,
Scald ITnart. RfHiu. .wm 4iv,i VST Blft1 A V-
p na Mtifiv aw- m mw svaaaaauaaaw aai w
ncTiotra, MbucvbialDisbask, Duovst, Nst-
KAMilA OB A 10 JJOVLOUhBtTX, jJEBlLITT, xr '
PBPMA AND iNDIOr.MIOJf, EKTSIPfeCAS, Bt)K
OK St. ANTHO'fT'aPina. nnA iniliwirl ,1,a M.t...1(,
class of complaints aruiiig from Iuiuu27g or
thb Bloqd. - '-.
i This compound will be found u great pro
moter of hpnlth. whmi tnkon in tha
expel the foul humors which fester in tha
uiuuu at inm season oi tne year, iiy the timn
ly expulsion of them many rankling diqrdcr
ara ninniirl in tin. l,nl fnlii,,fi-. n - l,-
a'r" - ..lUIIIUW. WMft, VJ
of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions mid ulcerous
sores, through which the system will strive to ;
rid itaclf of cnrrunliniia. if tint aauiatiwl tn .1v
tliis through the natural channels of the body
by an alterative medicino. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,-
ur avrca, cieunso it wncn you mid, it is ob
structed and sluiririKh in the Viina rlMflncA If .
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell '
you when. Even where no particular disorder
. ... ... ...
u ivit, peopio enjoy dcuot iieami, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keen tho
blood heal til v. anil nil ia woll !,. tii. .
pabulum oflifo disordered, there can be no '
msung iieuiiu. sooner or lutcr something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown.
fenrsnnarilla has. and divprv.-. uiucli. tl..
reputation of accomplulung theie ends. Hut
tlie world hna hvii affrixnmi.1-. iluAAivwl l.v
, . -
preparations of it, partly becauae the drug
alone 1ms not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, hut more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of tlie virtue nf rWsnnnrillu
or any thing else.
During late years the public hare bevu nn
led by large bottles, pretending to give u quart
llP Rtrm.t nf Snnnnntlllii f.. mw. .1. .1 1..- If....
-m. ...... u. n.ji.i ..I.. Vl.b UWt.u.
of these liovo been frnud-t upon the sick, for '
iticy nor. only contain little, ir any, Surnnpa
rilla, but often no curative properties uhutev
er. Ileneo. lutii-r ni:il nniiil'nl yliinitu.iuriii.iir
has followed the use of the various cxtiacU of
Sarnnnnt-illit tvhirli flnnil tliA mnrlrni ,,tll tlm '
nainc itself is justly dexpised, nnd lia become
synonymous with imposition nnd vlieat. Still
we call this compound Sarsaparilln, nnd intend
iu nuppiy tucn a reincuy as snau rescue tit?
name iiotu tho load of obloquy which rests
uiron it. And wo think wb have ground for
believing it has virtues which ore irresistible
bv tho Ordilinrr run nf llio rlisr-iuvtirw intrml.
Cd to Cure. Ill Ol'ilpr tn flppllm tliiii fwunnWA -
cratlication from the system, the remedy nhotild .
oL-juuiciousiy lunen nccoruuig to tniectiona on
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Frioe, fl per Dottle t Sis Dottles for fj.
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it.U entirely tiimccestiiry for 111 to lecmtnt llic
evidence of it virUtes, wherovrr it h is lioeii em
ployed. As it has Jonir been in ronataut im
throughout this section, tie need nntdo more than
atsuro the peopio it nmtlity is kept up tn the heat
it ever has teen, and tliut it limy be relied on to
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are given; Willi also hill descriptions of the iitnvr-,
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Do not he put olf hy unprincipled denlen with
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