VOL. VII. NO. 258. NEW, SERIES; :.
COLUMBUS. OHIO;: FRIDAY EVENING. APRIL 5. 1861,
six DOLLtu na tiit
eijc Oljio Siufc smxm
DAILY. TRI-WEEKLT AOT) WZEKII
- MANYPENNYAJWILLER, i
PUBLISH) BB AP gBOyKIKTOBB.
O Office Sot. 88, SI and 40, Harts Hlga It.
TIKMS iHTiEIlBLT IS ADYAKOI,
Oally ' " - . W 00 perysar.
" By tne carrier, per wwk, u
trt-WeoWT, . ," 1
1 00 . ,
eraii f Advertising by the louare
. di tqu.ir 1 yai . . . $90 00
One " 0 month 18 00
n " month! IS 00
n " 3 month! 10 00
3ne " It moBthi 8 00
3a " 1 month. S 00
On Square S weeks. . 4 00
On " weeks.. 00
On " ' Iwoek... 1 7S
Out . " Sday... I tO
On " Bdaye... 75
On " llnMittoa 50
Dliplayed adverUMnont half mora thin th above
rate. - ...
Adrertisement leaded and placed In th oolumn of
Special Notice," aouott onHMry rmtt.
All uotlca requlree to b publlehadby law, legal ratal.
If ordered on the Inside excluilvely after th nrat week
per cent, mr than th above ritee; but all inch wll
inueitr In the Trl-Weeklv without chare.
Bueines Card, not exceeding Bvo lines, per year, to
il ue, syt ou per un; outaia t, - -
Notice of mMllngii ohari table ooietlei, fir ooarpeni,
Ac, half price. . '
Ml traiuitnt aditrUttmtntt mutt b fxM far tm
tdrnno Is rule wiliest be rarUdfr.-- 1 ''
Weekly, tern, prloe a the Dally, whore Om admttou
seethe Weekly alone. When to Dally and Weekly
are both need, then the etiaree tar lb Weekly will be
ojl' therateaof the Dally.
Mo adrertliement taken ezoept (or definite period.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Comer Spring dr. Water 8t. '..
W. B. POTTS &. CO.,
And Manufacturer of Brass and Composition CaiUn,
rinUhcd Drasi Work of all Denrlptlon.
Electro PlatlnTad Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTING, &C.
febl "OO-dly .
f. a; b. BTMxras,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office Ambo Uulldlng, oppoilt Capitol Square.
Machine Mannfacturing Company
. MANUfACTUUM Of
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Cftitlngi, Kill ewlag, MMhlntry.
, S--EL; f .ii ' i.'.i I f ,u , : .'-13
or tviK ciflcurnon.
' vawmavs, omo.
Cnxt. AMBOB, Bop't F.AMBOBTi
deoll, 185b U ' i .. .
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton & Indianapolis!
Through to Indlanapoli withoat Change of Cert
and bat One Change of Can between
Columbus end 8t. Louis. . , .
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS. ' ... -. .
FIRST TRAIN. - - -
(Bally. Mondey excepted.) ;
NIGnT EXPRESS, via Payton, at t:iS a. Bj. top
ping at London, Xenla, Dayton, Ulddlttown and Hamil
ton, arriving at Cincinnati at 6:(0 a. m . j Dayton ' at 5:45
a. m., Indlanapoli at 10.48 A. m.Jtt. Loulaat 11:40
P "V ' . . SECOND TRAIN, . .
ACCOMMODATION, at 8:10 a. m.iitopplnj at all Bta
ttoni between Oolumbu and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
rirlng at Cincinnati 11:0 a. m., Dayton at 9:15 a. a.,
IndlanopolU af 8;ii8p. m. .
THIRD TRAIN.. .'. ..
DAT EXPBK88,at 9 JO p. atopplng at Alton,
Jeflenon, London, Charleaton, Owlirrllle, Xenla.
Spring Valley, Corwln, Marrow. DearSeld, foeter'a
Loreland, Millfordand PlalnTllI, arrlTtsg at Olnoln.
naU at 7:S0 p. m.; St. Loui at IS Dayton at 5:36 p.
a.; IodlanopolUat 10:Wp.m. . ""') ' t"'
Sleeplnir Can n all Nivht Trains f
Cincinnati ana Indianapalia.
IIAOOAOE CHECKED THBorcB.
Tor further Information and Thronjh Tkket apply to
M. L. DOUBBtTj
Ticket Agent, Union Depot, Oolumbua, Ohio. r
t. W. WOODWAKD,
' - ' i Superintendent, Cincinnati.
- - JNO. W. D0HSETI
Ju,13 ' '" '
HOW AnDjW o.o&
CALL, AT NO. S3, OUTH HI Oil ST.,
and examine our new mak of -
manufactured by 1. BOtTAKD a CO , Boiton, Man.
The Watohet artt Tar lupeilor to anything erer offered
to th publw, heretofore. Having the eialuiire agency,
I can tell Uum at prloe to anil the time. I hav jut
rolTdalargioqkof t ..
- AMERICAN WATCHES,
' . . - :
manufactured by' APFLBI0S, TEACt, At 00 alio, a
, ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES,
In Gold and BllTerCtata, at Panlo prloe.,
jantl VT J. BAT API.
Just Beetlredl ) j,r."i t : .
1 aa nr. cn obeen and BLACK
1UVI I'KAS 100 bag! prim Bio Oonet).
ISOpooketaold Dutch Qoremniint Jara Ooffe.
16 bagaOeyloa Coffee. ... -
tOObbto atandard. White Serara, eo Deleting of Pow
dred,Obrnhd, Oranulated A and B OoS).
SO quintal Oeorg. Bank Oodfiah. ,
80 bbl. Me and Me. 1 Mackerel. .V T r ? " :
S to. Plok Salmon.
lOO bx. Layer Kaieln. . '
50 hf. boa do do " , s
lOOqr.boa do d
10O at Cigar, different brand anl graM.1 f f
norW i " WM.JauDONAlD. '.
M.C.' LILLE Y
And Blank-Book Kannfantuer,
WORTH HIGH BTBIBI, COLWBW, 0310
FADIILV FLOCU. .
VITHITU WHEAT; BltANDED
Iron "Bamett Mlll,t Sprlagleld, O.-Mh beat brand ef
Ilour brougnt w oar mimot, eaiuraenoa guaranteea
lor Mle only at WM. MaDOHALD'S,
ot7 - , sob South, Big ftroet'.';
A LKKANltUkt HID L.OVlt
iV AUiintandeelenJuitopenadat RAIKS,
h V ' .A t
v STONE'S BAZAAR.
No. 4 Ghvnno Block.
V A, ' P. STONE & O'HAERl
ABB NOW REOEITINO THEIR WIN
, SIK OOODi. and InTtta Iha nakllo to ueaM
Uuta. Mo inch itock of Oood ba erer bn brought to
tbii market. Th. South, In oonquDo of the failun
f it rain crop, ha ao bia able to purehaa the a
alfuaatlty of rioh good, and IMa fat aa forced U
Importer to (all them at publlo aaotlon. Oar boyar
(Mr. too) being in New lork at thee large aal, took
advantage of Uua, and w can and will Mil oar good
her, at 1M than av ho porcnaeed two week eiace,
paid for taem la Kw Tork. Oar itock la eoapleto to
very ejeperrmepi or . , .
ELEGANT DRE39 8ILK8, .
:.i PRINTED COBURG3,
i - .' DYED COBU03)
.. ORLEANS, .
FANCT WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
: POPLINS, PRINTS,
SIIAVLS AtlD CL0MS1
Viv Thausand Dollars "Worth
" y Bought in One Day,
At on) half th (mi ! impantallnn.
, LADIES' , FURS,
la all Varltle, of tb 0lrated
, nanafatnr) mt C. O Oh
then dt Hmn.
Menl.Kedl aad Children' Under Shirt and Drawer;
Ladle, Ml and Children' Ha Very of all kind, In
Wool and Lamb'i Wool; Ileeey Lined and Cotton GleTe
of ertry puke.
' " AtiO' ..
A complete usuortment of all the nraal Tri-
ties of : ., .
LADIES' CLOTHS, : . i -
CASSIMEREH, : .: :;
Ladiei andQent'i Linen Cambric Hand
kerohieli, Ao., &e. .
To eenoni who call on m. w d14m oar Word to
enow tba the la met. beat and cheapen itock of flood
erer teen In thin market, or pay tbem on dollar per
hour while looking. c
aecl-dljxtawltw. nxunn m u niau.
LATHROP, LUDLNGTON & CO.
23 ft 25 PABK PLACE, : :
20 ft 22 MTJEBAY STB EST,
- IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Foreign and TJomeatio
FOR CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT.
We art ooanlnr. at ouramola wanrooma, at th abere
number, nook of Oood la eaoh of the els department
of ov builn, raperlor to anything w hay brlofiire
aaiMieai.in.traa. ,. . , . , , .
Thl henrrewn ttunreRit marnltnd Wnder th
thorourh m inurement of a buyer of long enperianoe and
acknowledge good taite. Wa keep extenrir line! of
th. Intel and eboleeil
,J " AND
lob found In Upmarket, all Mlectol with, the nloait
dlasrimtnaUoB. Aleo, all gradei, color and rarielle of
BROADCLOTHS, . ,
, SATINETS, .if- .:
T- .',r ' . . , TWEEDS,
fABMKRS' and MIBdn ARTS' 0ASSIMIR18,,
KtNTUOai JEANS, (rent 9 to waU pt yard
: ' and upward;, ' '
TWkEDS, UX to 13 cent per yard-bit year told at
: i . :. :. Mto80;.v.
l r j PBtrlXXD SATIN ITS, at 14 eanU;
" And ttktr Ooodt etrrupondinglp Zr?j. . '
: . Dress-Goods Deparxmeot.
Manchtitef Da tain,
Hamilton u, do . '
Paoiflo do. -
Printed Lawn, i-. i. l .
! Printed BrlllUotev.
Fancy Gingham, i
Slack Sllka, ii
Vaner Bilk. : ' . ,
Prtnud Obaitla, : -
MaaoneelM Qinghaau, .
' Olaego do. i, -Cllntoa
Ollerain Olotna, .
Alpaoaa, i . ., l . .
PopUn, '. i . .
i AithNtStlectSllUf .
FANCY SPRING GOODS.
Oocheoo - do.
Ameelma ' : do. ' .
Dannellt , da. -
ngUek i -'' do, :
PaclBe ' do.
' Maochaator.ao. Print, A
Lawrence 0. Bheettng,'
Atlanllo A, Sheeting,
Btanr, , ao.
Lathrop. v do.
Bhawmut ' do.
PoeaaMt . do,,
,'" Appleton do.
Xrerttt v do. '
Utloa,., , do. ,
t Alt Of da and WidAt. J
BLiOniD SHIBTIMOS AND SH11TINQS. i
Waatttt' Dwlght,- 1 i;- tawrnol,
Londl ' Oreat Fall!, " ' ' Nnmkeg,
Hill, , ,"- Waltham, ' " " Boetty
New Tork Mill, Ice,, Ao. ... ; ..,: :.
A LABOt ANDSIUOT ASSOlTJItNt.; ' 'V'h';
COTTON ADXS a great yarlety ; . . . , - ,.,
CHICKS ......... da...,. ; - : n ,
TICRLNaS all th ldlng brand. , ,. v ,
DINIUS , do. :. ...r do ' :i '.
SHIBTINO llbtPSi-tall th leading brand, ,
NANKSBNS. :;,,-, do, .., -., Io..i.r .
OOKSSt iiiXi..,: ; , . , . .-.4a. fc ' - .-. ..
MOBJCKNtt do. do. ,
DAMABltAV PAPJB CAMBRI08. OOLOBB0 CAM-
- ,iuuB,i.,,ae. ;i:l ...
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCKS CP
man oons.v: - '-r.-.yyx, :r
; , BOSIIBT, - . ..
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS, -, t.
OABFET AND OIIeaOLeXHS,
And a great Wriety' ft Ooodtnot numrld ail" of
whlohwe pledge ouraeWe to eU at the low4tt markH
print -tiit larger portion at roi JO to 30 per cent, lee
IrisB' linen Goods.
,11 June BUtrt Bomb
Plain and laaa e' r.a ,J
Shirting and oeeaa Linemt. ' ' ' '
ex Llnea fcWtn and PillewOaalagit' n
"" I Liseu laabrSeeand imm Lawn. ' . ,
, ji; ... .Linen Poeh.-benakrfa. all elu.! ;
t 4 I
. juisu napama and It vrliea. - t i!i
.l LtnenTabl Olotlia and Satin Daaaaki.
VU. a. '-."W At SOW,
OHIO STATESMAN STEAil
BOOK ANP JOB
BaTlng Increaaed It! alraad
Id fa8r prapw! to MonW fa the
MOST ELABORATE MANNER,
TUB lATES. ITYltTI,
BILL HI ADS,
H0TE8, ' :
And Tery detcriptton of
LETTER PRESS PRINTING,
Xijaal to any IttabUituntnt la aha Stat, and upon
torml Wtlah will comptr faTorabty With the '
leading Eaiterp PrinUDg Dobmi.
Having every Facility to aid XJm
in tbi nosvcnoN or
We offer ear itrrioM to all who may desire that elan
. W haTeeonnaeted with onr XriaUiahnnt a
BLANK BOOK BINDERY,
.from which we projooe the
ViXLmt 33lAXLlx. Worlt
AXD TBJ MOST
8TJFER1 BALL ROAD BLAKZ BOOKS.
Il admitted to be
COJIPLETE IN FACILITIES,
TERFfiCT IN ORGANIZATION
In this City, and w may add,
ytX WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE
ni . r., .,
; Trlntiaj Home in tit) Weai.
-.il V.4 ' u l.l.' i '
-.- . .I'r-i .:; u,
lV fOcnts'Iincn EMrt Collars, -
fXi eTTJ PER lOtt QV A LITT, IN OAR.
W tOTB. Bunding, Byron, Ptrdrnay, Bmfraw and
ethai ' new ahare. Bammed Powdte Handkenhlef. Kek
lie. Stocks, B treat end Xmntoj e love, Half How
Tr t aiB0 VaMruamest ana an bumo r uenw rvt
ibi it Qood U great variety and at mdert prloe. (
' ij fta U,.cb. -. & mm. aa tumtk llek etreabd'.
17 ILTi KTiiaClU LACK MITTS)
M' el etocant fualluee r Udm; mm, W 'Witt.
a wn mm THMV .t'i j-. ' ,... . -a' ,j m i ew - aw
fLht (Dlix0 ftiattsman
iff. 'AM i '- . '
Dally, per year'
Tri Wkly, per rear.
weekly, pr ye
"Ah! Nad, Ned, jou'rea aad, wild fellow."
"So my. nother ij ' anjhow don't you
think I do oradlt to her training I" ,
"No, my boy," said eilrer-haired old mans
"I remember your mother when ehe was a
'bonnle laaale.' Her ebeeks were like two ripe
apple, on whioh the orimaon was daintily
spread so as not to shame the white. Her eye
was fall and bright, not dim with sorrow as it
Is now. Some great grief moat have changed
her so sadly. Her . rounded limb and dainty
foot, her beautiful throat and ' white, dimpled
arms, I well remember.. And she has been a
kind mother j ber counsels,, like 'morning dewi
and areniog , showers,' have fallen upon your
way I and yet, Ned, you call ber the 'old wo
man.' Ab, boy, it never was ao in my time.",,
"Ob, well," aaid Ned, tossing ble handsome
bead, and hastily throating back the brown and
gloeey curls '.'I am going to get married, and
ba a dutiful too. No one can aay that! negteot
my mother, at any rate; though perhaps I ant a
little rude." ...
"Did you send that sugar, to day, and the
other little articles that I ordered 'for moth
er?" asked Ned Ellis of bis pretty young
bride, as they sat together in their neat cottage
"I declare, Ned, I forgot it," his wife re
plied, blushing i "I was ao busy flnithiog my
dxeia for the ball, that It quite slipped my mem-
"JUotoer wanted intra last week sugar and
salt, tea and ooft"ee, and about everything else
she waa but of) what a stupid dog I am to ior
get so here, SamNedJack, where are you?
what, not one oi them at borne 7"
"They hare gone to the busking frolio, I la
HeTe," said Mrs. Ellis; "I intended to send
those articles before they went, but I bare suoh
a short memory."
"Ditto to that," chimed in Ned, "but I must
go round and see the old lad 7. I Daren't even
called to know whether she Is sick or well?"
The widow sat over the scanty fire, watching
ths hissing water, as It aponted and fell from
the little tin tea kettle. A loaf of bread stood
on the small table at her aide.. Her creamer
was empty; the bowl minus sugar, do butter,
no little luxury, nothing but the crust, the wee
white loat, and the acrap of tea (bat dusted the
bottom of the anoient aiirer tea-pot.
The widow bent oloser oyer the fire, and there
were tears In her aged eyes. - ,
"He should have thought of his old mother,"
he murmured, fidgeting with nervous bands
about ber cap ribbon; "but then,belng just mar
ried so, I suppose I ought to consider; be al
ways was a little wild a little wild; but be
has got a good heart, I know be has; still, he
shouldn't have forgotten his poor old mother."
The good old lady leaned baok and croceed
her hands npon her bosom. Her thoughts went
back to earlier days. How often htdjthat gold
en .head nestled against ber heart! How bad
those ever laughing eyes drawn smiles from ber
own, even in lonely widowhood. How had she
watched him as he, prattling, toddled about her
knee.the treasure of ber life.the blood of her very
heart, the apple of her eye. And alter yeara
had passed, she remembered ths often self de
nialsthe scant meal the patched garment
the old shawl, oolored and re colored: the faded
bonnet; all beautiful as jewels to ber, because
they bought the great gilt of education to ber
boy. And after all this, he had neglected his
old mother. On, shame! ungrateful manhood,
that ean so repay love tender as the love of an
Look npon another soene.
A bright, noble face was that of young Arthur
MoLane. Bis eyes wero vividly daik; his hair
rolled back in gloesy curls from a manly brow.
The ssal or earnest nie enstampea tnat iresn
oung countenance; the eolt light of love en
ilndled It as be spoke, ln'soft, low tones, to the
gentle being by his side.
.... . . I . If 1 il ,1 V - ' J ( f T
"MOtner win not u witu un, uoaiu; -sue
baa too long reigned over her own household to
sit quietly by the fireside of another." 1
"I am sorry, Arthur," replied a sweet volee;
"the cloture I have framed In my heart will be
Incomplete without nother. Her meek faoe,
ber snowy cap, her busy fingere, her low voice
and quiet influence would make our little home a
paradise. Will she not be very lonely."
"1 save taken tare hi engage) cumge ciuae
to hers," answerea Armor, "within a stone
tbrow. And you know you can never get along
without showing ber jour bright eves at leaat a
dosen times a day, to consult on little household
matters uon as wnat dainty disn Hill best
please the taste of your lord and master
Abees" ' .
Alice shook her noger at tnis piece ot impu-
denoe, and looked aa fearfully threatening as
ber pretty faee would allow. ,
. "And bow ao you get, on now tnat Artnur nas
gone ana married i"
"Well, thank Ood! the same as before' an
swered the old lady, her serene face lighting np
with a beautiful smile., "uo you see that?"
and she pointed to a flour barrel nnder cover;
.... ... . , . . .
"and tnii ana mi, ana ana nitea eucoeeeivo
Iv the snowy napkins from a bos of sonar, a
lart a oaa of tea, a firkin of butter, and a casket
- . . . i. a. y .St. .
or meal. "Arty aon i torget nie oia motner,"
she answered with a smile, still wiping a tear
from her eye; "be baa stocked my house with
everything I ean possibly want; and bia wife,
pretty little Creature, runs over here every day
10 sea II my mumiug yiurico uecu hi ue tieu up;
or to weed my uiue Bowcr-pausn. oomeumee
she sends me over a loaf of her white bread;
and sever a nloe little dainty she gets, bat
noma of It find Its way Into my cupboard. Ood
bless tbsm both; I wish everybody had such
children as 1 nave got," . ..
Children, nonor ins gray neaa, ana seep warm
thaaged heart , . . , . , , , .
The most remarkable work ever published,
la regard to the Institutions of this country, is
that of Alexis de Tocqnevllle, a Frenchman.
Few Americans can read it without receiving
Instruction, and no one can examine, it at the
Dresent time without being struck with the
extraordinary foresight and shrewdness with
which he seems to have predicted uedimoul
ties that now beset us. "The Ameiioaoe,"
be thinks, "have muoh mora to hone and to
fear from the Statea than from the Union; and
In conforming to the natural tendency of the
human mind, are mora likely to attach them
selves th the former than tne latter. The
Union Is a rtst body whloh presents no definite
Obleot to pairioiio iceiing; ids iorma ana
limits of the State, arc distinct and elredm
acrlbed. slnoe It representa a certain' number
of objects which ate familiar to the olrizene,
and beloved ny an. it in luentiuea wun tne
very toil, with the right of property, and the
domestle sffeotlons with the recollections of
tht past, the labors or tne present, and the
hopes of the future. Patriotism, then, which
la frtanentlv a mere extension of Individual
egotlam, is still directed to the State,' and
nnt nailed bv the Union, Thus the tendency
of the interests, the habits and the feelinge
tha people, le to centre politic! activity in the
Btatee in preiercnce w tun vmun. - i ia easy
to estimate the forees of tha two governments,
by remarking the manner ht which they fulfill
their respective funotlone. Whenever the Gov
ernment of a State baa occasion to address an
Individual, or an aisembly of lndivlrioals.lta
lansnaea Is dear and Imperative; Suoh, also.
tha tone of the Federal Government In Us In
tercourse with Individuals; but bo sootier haa
to do witn a estate nan it begins
parley, to explain Its motives, and to justify
thtof but oommand. If doabu are raised as
SXliofth. oonstitutiooat towW.ltaeh
government, the provlnelal government prefers
its elalme with boldness, and takes prompt and
energetio steps to support it. In the meanwhile
the Government of the Union reasons, It appsals
to the Interests, to the good sense., to the glory
of the nation Il temporiiei.lt negotiates, and
does not oenient to act until It ia reduced to the
laet extremity. It is easy , to perceive that ite
object is to enable tbe States to realize with fa
cility their determination of remaining united;
and as long aa thia preliminary consideration
exists, its authority is great, temperate and ef
fective; The constitution fits ths Government
to control individuals, and eaeily to surmount
such obstsolee as they may. be inclined to of
ter, but il was by no mesne established with a
view to tbe possible separation ot one or more
of the Statea from the Union. If tha sover
eignty of the Uoion were to engage la a strug
gle with that of the Statea at the present day,
its defest msy be confidently predicted; and it
is not probable that auch a struggle would be
Our limits will not allow us to qnota his en
tire reasonings on this subject, bnt be state tbe
conclusion to wbioh it brings him as follows
"Il appears to me unquestionable, that If any
portion of tbe Union seriously desired to sepa
rate itself from the other States, they would not
be able, nor, indeed, would they attempt to pre
vent it; and that tbe preeent Union will only
laat as long ss the States wbiob . compose it
choose to oontinue members of the Confedera
tion" , - ...
This wss written In 1835. more tbsn a Quar
ter of a century ago. Mr. John C 8pencer, of
new xork, wno edited tne American edition ot
the work, appeode to tbe above paragraph an
elaborate note, controverting this conclusion,
which commences as follows:
- "The remarks respecting tbe Inability of tbe
Federal Government to retain within tba Union
any State that may choose" to withdraw ite
name from the compaot, "ought not to pais
through an American edition of this work with
oat an expression of dissent by tbe editor from
tbe opinion of tbe author." It is a little cu
rious, therefore, that the supposed heresy of this
foreign traveler should be so entirely borne out
by events which the American statesmen were
unable to foresee.
He states, also, with wonderful discrimina
tion, the cause most likely to bring about a sep
aration. Although he finds different, interests
In. different parte of tbe Union, he discovers
none which are hostile to each other. He siys,
"the dangers which threaten the Amerloau
Union do not originate in tbe diversity of in
terests or opinions, but In the various characters
and passions rf tbe Americans. Slavery has
not created interests in tbe South contrary to
thoae of tbe North ; but it has modified the char
acter and changed tbe habits of tbe native of
the South. It does not attack the American
Union directly in its Interests, but Indirectly in
its manners. If two men are united In eooiety,
who have the eame Interests snd, to a certain
extent, the same opinions, but different char
acters, different acquirements, and a different
atyie of civilization, it is probable tnat theie
men will not agree. Tbe samo remark lasp-
pucaoie to a society oi nations."
Having shown by these quotations tbe sagaci
ty of our sutbor, we make but one more; wblcb
may, we trust, eerve aa a warning to ourselves:
"There are two thinge whioh a democratio peo
ple will always find very ' difficult to begin a
war, and to end it." We have proved tbe first
proposition may we not experience tbe truth
of the last! Phila. Inquirer,
Romance of a Planter—Never too late to Mend.
.A correspondent of a paper published at
Brookyln, Indiana, says that about fifteen yeara
ago, a Presbyterian clergyman of New Yotk
Slate, had a wayward son. Before he was seven.
teen, he became so recklese and unruly that his
lather could no longer control mm. tie left
for tbecityof New York, where ba became a
clerk In a drinking saloon, but his character
was too bad tobe retained there. He next
was a barkeeper in a theatre, but was dismiss
ed. He went lower, and atill lower, until he
slept in empty cellars and on tbe wharves of tbe
olty, a perfect nuisance, and a disgrace to tbe
(At this stage of his career, an old college-mate
for our hero was a graduate of one of tbe
best colleges in the State of New York deter
mined that be would bunt blm up and make one
moreienott to ;savs mm. ue went to JNew
York, snd after a week or diligent search, wilb
the aid of the police, he found him. He washed
and clothed him, took him back to tha country.
and by every Inducement that could bo held out
to' him, persuaded htm to try and be a man.
He made tbe effort, and was successful.
Tbe friend who sought bin out. and who
saved him, we are well acquainted with.. They
both determined to come to Tennessee to teach
school. They soon reached here, and with the
high recommendations they brought, soon ob
tained good places. The reclaimed aon of tbe
fresbyterlan clergyman, within eix month af
ter his arrival, married an orphan girl worth
$40,000 in caeb. She had a younger eister and
a brother, who each bad equal amounts. Tbe
sister soon afterward died, leaving one-half of
her estate to our hero and hia wile, and tha
other half to her brother, thus increasing bis
estate to $60,000..' .
W ben the Mexican war broke out, tbe bro
ther enlisted, and made a will, leaving all bis
estate to hie brother-in-law (our ber) and bis
wife, In case, he never returned from tbe war.
He, like many others of our noble joutb,Iea
killed at Buena Vieta.. Thus our hero came
into possession of the entire estate of the fami
whlca at first waa iixu.uuu. tie Is now one
of the richest planter of Middle Tennessee.
and does not live twenty-five miles from Nseh
rille. . ., .
We msy add, that another clergyman of New
York had a aon, who commenced a somewhat
similar career about fifteen years ago, and is
nsw reaping the reward of his folly in a poor
log eaotn on an Illinois prairie, in fact, clergy
men's sons, generally, are the wildest blades
in existence. A few ef them "reform" after a
long course of dissipation, and become the
most "bigoted of clergymen;" but a majority
either meet with accidental good fortune ia the
way of heiresses, or die In poverty and desti
tution. .The cause of all thie Is evident; our clergy
men generally keep their boye cooped up like
prisoners until they become of age; and then,
of coarse, when the prleoo doors are un
bolted bylaw, the youngsters ' go in for "life,
liberty, and the pursuit of -happiness, " with a
vengeance. H, . ,.; , .., ?;,. ..
OaN.MtNTATION OF THB ClTV or PaSJB. All
the publio gardens, squares and bonlevarde af
Paris are being prepared to receive the treee,
shrubs and flowers which are growing; for that
purpose in tbe immense green-houses and nur-
sery grounds belonging to the municipality of
rarn. bxoiusire or. tne army ot trees and
shrubs subjected to tbe oityornatoentstion of the
capital, tie number ot Dowering plants n pots
absorbed by Paria amounts to fiOO ,000 yearly:
1H.UUU per day being brought into tbe capital dur
ing the spring, summer ana autumn months, Irotn
tbe establishment in.tha Bale de Bouiogns only.
i ne lowing or, wnite macs, rosea, bulbous uaw
era, American nrlmxoeea, oamellaa. besthers.
ate, so ss to make them blossom during the
winter, le an extensive and lucrative butinees,
constituting a special branch of horticulture in
the hands ol private gardeners . v i ,u . ,-. .
Sheriff's Sale. , '
i Oornellu Jacobs '"! , ' l
va , ' 1 f Common Plea. " ''
W. P. Miller etal. -J u ... , '. u.
BT VIHTUK OP A WRIT OF rl. FA.
to a directed, from the. Curt ef Oeaamea tt
ml Franklin County, Ohio, X will offer tor sale, on the
farm occupied by W. P. Be J. , Miller, in Jwktoa
Sewnhlp,a J ' .,' '
, Monday, (ha 15th day of April,' A. D. 1861,
at 9 oVlockv.P, If., "tbe following property, to-lt; On
bay mar, one lorrel hore. on mar colt, one eolt,
one two here wagon, three wi double kara, nven
bead of hog, ead the nndtviSed ene-half latere! la
reaping maobliie, levied, en aa the properly of W. P,
J. . AtlUer. . T . . ,
. - 1 : a. w- BUrTMAir, turn, "
ejrrll S-lOtd. -1 !.) By Bd. Pavm, Deputy..'
: ftbtier'afeev ,90.a i-u .it.. ..u ),,
l fem . ... MetBou
rTTtrRTB of earn
BAIN m BO.
Beatfe Blgk streek
DAI Tm -'ST
119 South High Street,
CANADIAN ft UNITED STATES KAIL
TO AND ft HOiTI
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
i , suid
The alontreal Ocean Bleamahlp Company nnt elan
full-powered Clyde-built Bteamer ail every feat
orday from PORTLAND, carrying tha Canadian and
umica niaie aiaii ana pauengera,
NORWEGIAN. NORTH AMBRIOAlf,
HORTH BRITON, HIBERNIAN,
CANADIAN, . MOVABCOTIAX.
Soarteet, Cheapest and Quickest Con.
AMEBIC! TO AIL FASTI OF SUSOFX.
. Raton of rrusewK to Kurop.
30. see, 8SO.
Will nil from LITIBPOOL Trr Wednesday,
ine mm yuiniu vrerr amiaruay eailtng at
LOHDOMDKRRY, to reoelv on board and lard Mail and
Parerntere. to and from Inland and Scotland.
ITPIbe Bieaaer are built ef Iron. In water-tlirht
oomuanmenia, eariy eaca, an aapeneneea Burgeon, and
ertry attention 1 paid to the comfort and accommoda
tion ef peeeuier. A they proceed direct to LONDON.
DKB7, the ii eat risk snd delay of calling at St. John'
Qlamow pMiufra are rarnlabed with nnimuc
ocebi. u ana iiws Munuuoaerry.
iMiurn uckft'e grantee a redone rates,
Certificate lud for earning te and brlrurlBrMt uv
auger inn an we pnnoiueu Hnivami unrein and
Ireland, at rMucea rate, ny inie uoe or (teamen, and
by the WA8IUMUXON UNI Of BAILING f AOKITb,
leaving urerpooi erery weea
light Drafts lot jt and epwardi pay
auie an r.oi lanu. ireiaua, acoa
laud or Wales.
For nassere. armly at th Office.
WAY, New rst and ill a
BABEL' st 8XASIX, Creneral Agenu,
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONG.
nolO-lydaw Btateema Offlee. Oolamhaa. Ohio.
Om amah OM. Boarmmttt. 1mA.
' tnmm.mv IrUatlom ortiormtto Ott
unrora teeutm uit Udwting UwpA
to Lbntmmtitn, SremAHiU, AMAth
ma, mud Vatarrk, (Mr and nice
trw are aware of th Importance of cheek In r a Oouah
or "Uommon uoiu" in w ureieMav, ,nai waicn in ine
beglnnlne would yield to a mild remedy, if nelroted,
soon attack the lung "Brown't BroncMal 2KkAm,''
eontalnlng demnloent ingreaieats, allay rulmonary and
BBOWM'B "That trouble In my Throat, (for which
the zroeaer are a tpceinej saving mad me
often a mere wnuputr. -
n . r. willis.
"I reoommend their we te Peauc Meat.
BIT. I. onipiic.
"Hit proved extremely nrvieabl for
BBV. BCRBT WARD SIIOHBI,
"Almeet lntant relief In the dntmaing
lasoroi oreainingpecuiiar to arrnsu."
. ..... j. BBv. A. O. BOOLaBTOIT.
"Contain ne Opiom or nuTtbing injari
va a a., haiku.
A lmole and pleasant eombinatian for
vn. v. w. Biuauuw,
"Beneficial In Baonrwm."
IB. J. P. W.LANB,
"I hav proved them xrl lent for Waoor
KiV. U. W. WAIlnR!,
"Beneflrlal when eomnellrd to emek. Buf
fering from Colo," .
ni.e, r.rf. aaviatu,
Xmimlali In rmaovlne BavaaH, mm
Irritatlea of th Threat, to ooaow With
Bnunaa and Brnome."
Prof. BrAOT JOHNS03
. ' . La Orangt, Ga
i - Teaser ml MuiLo. Bomthern
. Jrernal Oollege.
wOreat beneAt when take before and af
preaching, a they prevent Hoamenta. from
their peat Scot, I think they will of per
mnat aavaawe to .- - -
BIT. I. ROWLIT, A. M.,
" ' Preeldent of Athena OcUeg, TenB,
try !! Drueitat at TWINTT-
wiv a uanxa a awA-ooi
BOBXBTI A I AM OIL. .
vraenet, s noria airaamei.
(.1. liaiiiLaol). '
I BS South lilgk street, OohUBbaetO.
A compound remedy, designed to be the meet . i
effectual AUtntitt that ean ba made. Is is u
a concentrated extract of Para Sarsaparilla, , ,
so combined with other substances of still
greater altera tire power a to afford aa efbe. -tire
antidote for the diseases SarsaparUia is '
reputed to cure. It is believed that snch
rsmodyle wanted by those who (uffiar , from iV,
Strumous complaints, and that one which will
accomplish their can must prove of hnae&se '" 1
service to this large class of our aiBioted fellow-' ,
cltisens. How completely this compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on jnar.y -of
the woret cases to bis fouad of tha following "
Complaints : . i,n-,s Jl .v n'r,l.r.-: i
SckOFCLA AWO ScBOrVtOO OsrrtAavTS,
EnumoNs ahd Euumvg Diseases, Ulcebs, ".
Puiples, Blotches, Tomors, Salt JiasuK,
Scald Head, Syphilis aj SrraixKto Af-' .
noTtoHs, MnuccnuL Disbasb, Dropst, Knc
BALOIA OB TlQ DoVLOORECX, ZBHum Drs
PXPJU AMD iNUIOMTIOlf, EnTafPBLAS, BoNS.
on Si. AHTHOMv'sPikii.and indued the whald ,
class of complain ta arUicg fivra Lcpusutx at '
tub Blood. '
This compound will be found a great pro-
moter of health, whon taken in the spring, ta .
expel the foul humors which bates ia tiaw
blood at that season of the year. By the tim).i
ly expulsion of thorn many rankling dlsordara
are nipped in tha bud. t Multitudca can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous ' r '
sores, through which the eystent will strive to-'- '
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the natural channels of the" body
by sn alterative medicine. Cleanso out the .
vitiated blood whenever you find its unpurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores ; cleanse it when you find it is ob '
etructed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell .
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well ; but witn thia
Snbulum of life disordered, there can be no
tsting health. Sooner or later aometuing
mut go wrong, and the great machinery uf
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because tlie drug,
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of SarsaparUia, .
or any thing else.
During late years the public Lave bet-n nii
lcl by large bottles, pretending to give a quax.
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar, lioit
of these liave been frauds upon tha sick, fwr
they not only contain little, if any, Sursapa
rilla, but often no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts Of
Sarsaparilla which flood tlio morkot, until tha -nanui
itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we call tliis compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supplv such a remedy n shall rescue the -
name from the load of obloquy which rent '
upon it. And we think wc have ground for
believing it has virtues which arc irresistible
by the ordinary run of the diseases it it intend
ed to cure. In ordcr to secure tUir complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should :
be judiciously taken according to direction on
DR. J. C. AYE It A CO.
Price, $1 per OotUe felx Alottlea (or $ J.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won fur itself surh a renown for tlic cure of
every variety of Tliro.it and l.uug Cuiiiit..int, t;...t
it Is entirely tinueccsuiy for in to tecouiit ll "
evidence of its virtue!, wherever it lu l.ccn em
ployed. As it has lung been in fun. tint use
throughout this section, no need tint do more than
assure the people iw qualiiv i kept iiii to the boKt
it ever has been, mid that it may lie relied ou to
do for their relief all it bus ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOB THE CURE OP
Costivtnets, Jaundicf, Dypepsui, IniVwatitm,
Dysentery, Foul Stomach, llt y uiietus, .'twitt;
Piles, WititDuitivu, I'. uptir-Ht ami .V. Disca",
Livrr Complaint, Uivpsi, Taller, Tnumn '"
Salt Itliemn, Woriiw, Gout, Xwal'iin, it, a
Dinner Pill, ami for Piir.fyinj Hit Mood.
They are sugar-coated, o tbt tho most hcn.i- .
tive can take them plpiiintillv, nnd they aij ii.c
best aperient in tlie world for all tlie purpose of ;
family physic. i
Price S3 cents per Box; Five I ax is for CI 00. ;:
Great nambers of Cli-r(?y won, Phyieiim,St.'v.
men, and eminent personages, li'ive Iim'. t'ie:r
name to certify tho unparalleled usefuhievi ufthoje
remedies, but our spwe here wiu not permit 1 1. 1
inierdon of them. The Afrcrit below tralneri fur- ;,
niih gr.ttl our Avciiican Almanac iu lm Ii tlity
are given ; with aleo full deseriptitms of the ntiv "
complaints, and the treatment tlint should be fol- ' "
lowed for their cure.
Do not be put olf bv unprincipled tlculcm v it'i
other preparations tiicy make moro profi; n.
Demand Avr.u's, and take' ne others. The i '
wont the best aid there w for them, and tlicy sli ni' .
B0BIRT8 a BAHTJCl. Oolumbu.
And by Drugglet and Dealer erery wbar.
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
11EE INSURANCE COMPANY,
lNTowarlc, Sbfei T - : ,
DtTldossd 'aanarr 1 118 1 1 43 Pr Cent.
Statement Jaaaary 1
Balaaee, per tatunt Jan. let, I860..
Beoeleed tor rraalumt eur-
In the sear 10 1703 Oil W
Beeelved for la'ereat during ' ' J
tne year im 114 014 IB
Total reeeiD1 for 180O....B877.eOT 7
il4ClalnmbyDUi,967,eMO j . 1
raid fouclee laneor- .- '
dered e... ......... 41,111 89 - - '
Paid alarms, rS- . .'.
aa. Taxes, , itx- - '
change.eia.. 11,030 $4 -.- n "-'
Paid Oommteuon to ' ' ' '
Annt Sl.JriSO - m
Paid PbyloUa'Jee. B6S TS - '-. a . -
PaldAnnulIlM 1,617 00 n'.,..
Paid Dividend dur
ing tbe year 18S.5C0 7 tOS.QOl al 411,B7I U
Bet Balance January lit. 1881..... 2,9lfii H
Caehoa hand......... B0 KB4 19 -' "
Bond, and alortgage on Real . . , . ., i
B.tet. worth double the
amount loaned I.J17.MI (8 ' .
Premium Mote, on Pollcle . . . ., . ., , i
In froe, only drawing S per
eeot. tnterat....eM I .STB W4 17"'. " 1
Seal Ket.. ............ oesS87- '
Loeneoaecrlp...... f.Ul 44 " ' -
rrealoma.Hetetamuaih. tat : "
court, ef traeamleeloci..,.. 4B34S7S ' '
7, AT S PoUck la fbrea, wewlng.
t,4 stew Pollcta bar been tu4 daring th year.
After a careful aalculaUoa ef the promt ( the r
eutctandlng PolHleeaf the Oompaay.eM Sarin v
aeeeiiiii a aawl In near. Uumfw, Uw D4r4ia .
bar Oee tared a DiVinaan ef 4ft per, mm the Preaai-i
am paid at th table) rate, to all policial for li la Imam,
iHOMdprlor to Jaaaary I, MO, payable aceordtng ih
D merit ruleef the Oempaay. ".'" ' ; f
Bate for all kind o Lite CoBtlogeselee, PrreaeeU .
aaee, Btatemeota Sad Arplicalloeat will be furehhed
without cnaaea, at th Offlo or AgenoM of tu Oca; ,
P'' BOBT. t. FATTBRBOlt, rrceldent. . i
L. 0. OROVKil, Tlo. Pr.aid.nt. .
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