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' MANYPENNY & MILLER, u
PTTRT.I8H3 EB ASS PBOIBIKTOBI.
if,u -'''' " ' '' '
Cf OfflM'Boi. 3, 88 -nd 40, Horth High It
rKRMH I!rTARUBT HT ADVAHCB.
OaWV, V, V - , W 00 per year.
. " By the Carrier, par wsslc, IS
tfl.-WerHv ! - 0
MnU.
0 par yi
1 ia
cri
ArivertUlnR r Spir.
n4iiAreJyti...X) 00
Oue " l mriLlht IS 00
jtt " 0 moDtlit 15 00
juq , winQOtlii 10 00
3ne ' fi monttn 8 00
Ont . " 1 month.- . 5 00
0d tqure 3 weki..4 00
On . " wek.. 3 00
On " lwek... 171
Ob " 3 day " 1 "0
On , '' . 8dy... 75
On " 1 luwrtloa M
Dlipteycd dvrUMMoti half mora than th abOT
'"AdrtttiMinral U4d and pUmd la th tolunof
A 11 iiuttoci riulrec to b publlihed by law, lepil rat.
Ifi.r.liriion tuelnildeexGlutlrelyafterthaflritWMk
per cen:, nor thaa th abov rat; but all iucq wil
tnixiar lo Uie Trt-WMkljr without charge. . .
Baiinesa Cards, hot exceeding fire Unci, pet year, In
i; d, ttW per lln oaUideti. ' '
Natieeiaf netins,ohrltebleaootUi,araBpanlt,
fcu., half price. . - ' . .
AUtriHtltnt ailvrtUmtnU mutt ot paid or M
vlvatus faralwlUBotbaTari4ftB. -
Wekly, earn prlo a th Bally, whr thaadwUjei
elhe Weekly uIod. Wher Dally and Weekly
are butbntcd, then the charge twrlh Wekly Will t
11 II the mue of the Pally ' .
. Ho admtlKinent laka rert for dennlt Pnod.
BUSINESS CARDS.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
'' " Corner Spring k Wtr 8t., ''
Oolum'buse Olxlo.
W. B. POTTS ;& CO.,
;l, lvkiA'biiiNisTo,' ,
anil Hanafaetorer of BraM and OoaporiUoa OaUBi
, ,( lnithid UraM Work of all Description.
Electro Platingand Gilding!!
' ; STENCIL CUTTINC, cl;; 't
' Ubi C0-dly ' - ' . '
P. Ai B. BIKKniS, - ; "
Attorney tt "Xjclxjv
- ' AND NOTARY PUBLIC. '
Oflic Aoioui Uulldlng, nypoiUe Capitol Square.
; s 1 ,1 , . ooiiUMBOs. brao;
; 0O3jTJ1WEDTTJ3; :
Machine M ami fact a ring Company
1
AtroracTOiiM or
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Outing, XLU-Otulng', Kaohlnory.
4IOt.i:
v
- -
nnilrond :"Vir.orlx.
or jtriar DE8ciimo.'' ' " J
CUI.CMBC8, OHIO. ;-i
CHAS. AM BOB, ijBp'l' :i - " T: AMBOB,?lTeji
dccll, lB5-tf
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
Boss
RAILROADS.
For Cinclnaati, Dayton & Indianapoll!
Through td lndiannoolia withont Change of Can
1 1" and but One Change of Car between -" :
i. v?r Columbus and St. Loula.' : -: 1
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
;.. .. , bus. .: . , , r .-
,'c- o; ''j'--:-. firs'ttrain. " ; ;
. CDally, Monoaysacsptd.) ,..
" Mionl IXfKEsa, o Day ton, at M a, top
ping at London, Xeala, Dayton, aUddtotown and UaIU
Iont arriving at Cincinnati at 8:20 a. m.j Dayton at 4i
s.m.,lndlanopollaa 10:48 a. m. It. Louis at 11:50
p ' "sec6nd' TRAIN. '.- 3
ACCOMMODATION, at 8:10 a. stopping at aU Sta
tlontbetweenOoluinbusand ClnclnnaUand Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati 11:03 a. m., Dayton at :U a. n
lndlanopo!UsI;28p. .
THIRD, TRAIN.
DAT MPBSB9,at :p m., atopptor at
Jefferson, London, Charleston, Cedarrllla, Xenla,
Spring Valley; Oorwta, Morrow, DMrfleld, losUr',
Loveland, Millfordand Plainville, arriving at Olnela
aatl at 7:S0 p. m. St. loais at 13 nDaya 3 P'
! ' U i'i A t J
BleeplnV Car. on all NlfTb Tralne to
. Cincinnati ana Indlanapalla.
BAOCAtiG 'CHECKED , f7HBOi70H.
for fnrtbat Isfomatloa a
' 1 Ticket Asent, Tnloa Depot. Columbus, Ohlo.::,
" if. W. WOODWARD, .
.', U -it'.. A M ,i .'Saperintendoot, Clsoinnati.
, . .: " . ., '.......Tjno. W. DOHHaig t
vjuia ' " ' ' i.;.. ' ' , r-i atoa
ii ii ' i "'. i Jll.ll) i 1 T .1 1 1 ' 11 '.'."!
i.;; SOMETHING WEWv
film
TTOW AHD.1& GO'S.
AMERICAKWATCHES.-
fi A LtAT NO; g3, BOCTH MOM
V' ana aaiBin or nw t,
r. AMERICAN WATCHES
...n)whiMd fa i. BOWARD a CO .. Bottoa, Mus
Thee Watches ar far snpeilor to anything erer offered
to th pnblle, heretofore. Having the exoluilr agency,
I oao sell then at price Id Suit th times. -1 bar Just
noslvidklarg took a , fm , .rT.rtfv
, i I AMERICAN.W ATCHEV ! u
manufwtand by APPLBtON, TBA0T, Off'j ali,
Bnaaisonnraioi , l jj
- ENGLISH AH SWISS WATCHES,
taOoldan8nvrCases.dtPnk)prlos.
' Just Beeeltedl
4AAnr. rn 3BEEW and BLACK
IUUtuaS lOO bags prim Rio Cone.,
a an tuwketa ntd Dntnh QovemmeBt Java Oolea.
. li HRh.Mri..lMi'.nnffU. I. . 1't
BMbbU-standard Whlto Bngar,eonshtlng otPow.
dred, Cbraehed, erannlated 4 ana von
50 quintals Qaorg Bum Oodflah. -" '
BObbls. Mete and No. 1 Mackerel.
5 to, rtoa rjoinon. .
lOO ba. Layer Kanins.
an hf. boa do do
lOO qr. bo dw "d- i" v f f r J f 9
. iOOM0htra,dUtsn:nt hranda afidgradoe. j V 3
1 noT.7 WM. HoDOMAXD.
M. C. LILLEY
2SOOS7l3ZNDZlIi
And ELsCnk-Iook,:lIann&nturer,
'soBTHBiea jaimi colbkb mi
VyHITK WHEAT, BHANDED
from BnettMlla,',Sprl4M10akWf
ylonr tronitni to oar ". ;
or only at I W.. D0N ALB'HV .1 j I
LwrtT' " r t " " go. Sown Sigh fa.!, j
nDTAMCfl? O'AA AD' "
STONE'S BA2AAR.
No. 4 Grwvnne Block.
3a: p. stone & harm"
ABF NOW HECEITTNO THEIR WW.
IBB OOODS. and InTit th. pablt to InapMt
Hun. No each etock of Oosd ha m bn krraght t
thli DaarkfU . Th Sooth, In oooeequenc. of lb felloi
of th grain crop, baa not bn able to purcha th Ba
nal quantity of rich good, and this facthaiforetd th
Inport.rt to sell them a pabtls anotloo. Our kpT
(Mr. ItoM) being la Hew fork at the latg Ml took
advantage of them, and w oan and Will Mil ur good
here, at lea than any on who parchaeed two WMke lino,
paid for them In New York. Our etock Is eoarplet in
imj oapartnuut of
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,' '
. OTTOMAN VELOURS, '
BROCHE VALENCIAS,
PRINTED MEBINOS, "
, ' . PRINTED COBUR03,'
' 1 1 DYED COBUOSi
BLACK ALPACAS, ' u , '. .
ORLEANS,
, FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
" , ALL WOOL DELAINES,
1 J POPLINS. PRINTS,
' 1 ' DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
' Hve Thausand 'Dollars ' Worth ' ;
, - 'Bought in One Day,
At n ba.lt tbo Cost f impmtatlon.
1 llAplESFURS,
In all Vrj3ei, of tho Coiebrated
Plannfataro of G. O. Can-
i . , tbor Son. 1 . .. .....
' PSIERY 'TO ;
Hen'LadlM and OhlIrn's Oadr Bnirtj and PramNi
Udiaa, atlMM and Children' Uoelerj of all kinds. In
Wool and Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined and Cotton Olores
of ere 17 mak..
. t . : .1
- s ' ' ','. kLt0 . .-, .,,
A oomplett astortmont of U the uttxal Tarlo-
tin of '-' - . - 1 "
LADIES' CLOTHS," ', , .
, , . CA8SIMERES,"
' OVERCOATINGS,
, , TWEEDS,
flannels, " ' .. v, -L;'.;;, ,. .
. . RIBBONS,
; , , , pRESS TRIMMINGS,
ladlei and Qeafi linen Cambria Hand
kercbie&,'&oT&o.lj ' ;, '
To persona who mil on ai, w sUdgr oar words to
show then th largest, best and cbmptu Itoek f Goods
Tr eDlathis market, or pay then on dollar per
hour wbll looking.
deel-dl8twnw. - BTOItl fc QHtBKA.
LATHR0P, LUDINGTON & CO.
23 ft 25 PAEK PLACE, '
20 ft 23 MUEEAY STEEET, ;
ISJXJW TOBBLi
,Z. . IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Foreign and Doznestio ,
dry goods
- FOR CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT.
,'fsPEING.V 1861.
' W ar opnln g; at onr ampl warwooaa. at the aasrv
aumhers, stoU of Ooods ku eeah of th ila departments
of oar basln.es. superior to anything w have heretofore
ezhlMled to Ihttradt,
, CLOTH DEPARTMENT. 1
' This has grown to IU pmrnt saagnltnda ader tk.
tbcsoagb nanagaint of a barer of long experience sod
acknowledged aood tut. Ws keep uUnsir line of
'the finest and chotoest
and " '
?ANCY CASSIMERES
Tobsfoandlntb.markt,aU Mleeted with the nlet
dlserlfflUaUon. Also, all grades, colors and varietiea of;
BROADCLOTHS, ' , , . ; ,, ;
SATINETS, ,.- ,! .-
LADIES' CLOAINNOS,
,. .... ., ; - - ;TWEED3,
FARMERS' and VIBCHAHf 3' 0 ABshlK&U, ,
KISIUCKY JKAN3, from ' t IS enti pi yard
.., i .: aadapwardsi ,. . . ,
XWISDB. VtH to 15 eenl ptr yard-last year sojd at
I. ' .,,, ,.M0i. . , :
uv. raiKMPaATINI8,atMeaUi,. ,
' Ad$thtr Otedt arraptndinglf Low.
Dress-Goods Department. '.
ManchstsrPU!nei, Taooy Bilk. J' "
Hamilton do. - Printed Chain,
PmI&o ' do. ; Maaobwlar illngbanis, i.
PrinudUwna, " . . '. Olaegow do.
Trinted BrllllanlO, '.. ; Clinton ' do.
Vanoy QlnghanM, : Ottosaan Cloths,
Bonbaalnes, :.AlpaBi . . ) ,:i
..Ma Mike, ;,. ,!! ....q fPUo' .. m 1
1 AA At iVctl StUtt Stylt
.. . FANCY SPRING GOODS.
atarrlmao Print, , Richmond's Prlntt, "
Oocbeoo ' do. ' AnMrieaa ' do.
PaolBo " do.' ' ' Bann.ll' do.
Bprsgn'' do. ' ognn , ii w , ..:i
lfBchter,.rrlnts,ae. , ,fil,,.-,i .,,1V. ;..t
. DOMBHTIO COTTONB.
tawrtac 0. Ihctlogs,
Stork do. - J
Lathrop V v; d.,iM'
Bhawau..i..i-.r..do
Pocauet do. -
'"AtlmntloA. BhseUngs, "
'Amoskoag o.. i-!
. Appleton I v ..'i do.r i:
T EveroU. do . v.w
- VUca, A., - do.
I lAU OntsVi oni WWjA. : .
BLIUCTISD BIH1TINC18 SD "SIHITINQS
Wansntra, 0 W ?'hi' L
Lawrsnos,
VaninkeasV.
Boott,;
Lonsdale,
'Oreatrallf
-BUI,, '
rraitnasa, ..
.KtworkMnisltdlBfl., . ,r.
SHAWLS AND ;MAKTILLAS,
I i '- a LAMB- AD ItLIOT AMOatlrtir. ' ' '
COTTOSADIB-a great rarletj,
OHBOB.S t . I i !.'. -
TniriMnaTi lekilln brands.
DBNIMS i d. .T do A '
UIKTIlfO StlUPIS-all th leading brands,
AMKMNi ' ' ' ; - ' '
OHHT JKAMS l -Ao. .-'
MnRiiNR .mi,. - et; w - ..31
DAMASaSV fapm (jambAios; oolobjbd oau-
-. ... 1 1:.. fjauua, ste.,aa. j '
LAiBXvAm Complete stocks of
WEITX GOODS, v ' s.' i r. ; " tt ri..n
v i nBOBIjSBT, " inn:..-
Gentlemen' Fur wlm Goods,
r bMBRiLVsAND AtASOU, V I
And 1 frt Tirttty of Ooodi not WMaWWj-Hfll
which we pledg euraelree to eeM at th. tow lutrt
precu the larger portion at from u to IV pr bi. sas
thaa last yar.
IC.'.i ;.i..-r .
LATHROP, LUDINGTON & CO.
HEW YORK.
aVxrislv Linen Goods.
.1,1 ;
MKhA'riTEB rABBIO -r
LUr n K.iirt Bosom , Pialn and laocf y, j ,1 4'
. t 1 e,. Bhlrtlngand B.itora Linsns.. . 1 ...
i.r ; vs.,' JUuta Bhfetinirs and PUltrW Cajings. ,
i i . LlaenKJauibrte and Long Lawnl. - -
' ...Linen IMietJiandk'f.allalsa.
4.?, , 1 ' ' Llaea TowelllnglandPI(rr,
. fcinwi nTTine ana u uyllts.
"''vni 1 vi falatlej.. "r-,
yrx, ki- ... BiTita ti
!Tm!rhTltft;ilTTRSWAH' - MAlIi''l
npfitSOHIO STATESMAN 8TX AM
..r .r. : r. i .
f ' '- - ; ,ih ,;,;::i.. I
BOOVt ' AHA JOB
Batn Bism4 It alfaty
. m i r .i i: i
E2TEH3IVEFA0ILITIE0,
!;: t-.-ji ) .-..! . . '
I'JO..' - i
.!.. .'v.'. a .';i.mi ,i.-s , '.
, U tsUf rpar4 to enevto In th
.l.
MOST ELABORATE MANNER;
AXD Dt
IBB LATEST ITTLEf,
CATAtOQtns,
BBJUPa,.; , , ;
iaLsiADnia,'
BILL EI ADS,
.. . .. .i . i(: ,
DRATT8, i
i k. ,:. .
CHICKS, . V ;,
9ia0CLAJU,
PAMPHLETS,
' LITTBR HEADS, .
. LEQAL PLA5K3, . ,
' PRAt fiitOEIPts;
r LABELS, CARDS,;
1NTIL0PI8,
RAILROAD, INSURANCE,
And every description of
.ii i.
LETTER PBESS PRINTING,
-.ii
tajul
I to as IttobUaaalarit to th itato, and ufon
tornt which will saasara famrahl with th
leading 1 asters Printing Qetues,
HTavins every FaioHlty to aid ,t3"a
Ttts nmvohox or
ELEGANT : POSTERS
v-ASP
t i:
HIGHLY' ILLUWINATED
SHOW CARDS,
We offer oar services to all who may desire that class
I
of
.W Bar) onnctd wit) onr Irtatllahmsnt a
ULAiiK BOOK, BINDERY,
Scorn which we prodios the '
X'lii.esst
131 cuxls, ' XVoxrla.
1 am tu tfOST
: ED?Efr BAIL BOLD tliS& BOVU.
OUR ESTABLISHMENT
rls admitted to b
1 J. Ji
(hi tron
COMPLETE L FACILlTLCS,
a 1
It IV I
Mb tn Xotr
v. .1
j ; 1. , . ... a ... .
.-"i :. i) i s.-.i . .i p. .
ORGANIZATION ,
- ' 1 -t .'. Tf. ) i ;
Ml'.... ;
PERFECT IPT
II .... . , .. 1. , -1
la ttdg Ctty, and we auy add,
e 11
WE WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE
WCT AST
Prtntta. tloaue U ! Waal. '
-. 1 v 1... 1.: 1 1 I i- ' v
Hi
li -1.1.
PX?BX0lt.
i;.."Cfen:'lnufe
Or nvtnEHton 4jA.rTT,tiT 6au
I0TSJ. auadlrjt, Byroa, Pwrslmay, Brnfraw an
end
oil-.? pew Bap. 1 larwimi
fwk Ha-dkmhMh He-k
TU. Stock. St-M
tract and .Cwsalna IIom. Half Km
every kind, unoer wannonu and all kind of Oot' lor,
aUhlag ooods la great variety and at snoderat prices.
I..V-.V .. 1.. BAI BOH, 1
- febtl : . 'lEe. M Sowik llgk st-aei.
f IL's 1.1- Taiiaifi A LaC- all I 'I
lil ml lvit .alltt. Jt LaaMt) aisw, MlaW sfttkt
apaMfastotw . . v. aVUsraY
taag-i
. A. . bA ..A .
..... 00
m 9 00
Irt-Weekly, per lift. ,..M-.i.f
Weekly. ,peryea', ......r)1.Y-.; .......
1 00
Pally. Mffr.
The Chemist to his Love.
aasai j ' '
I Inra the. Mirr. and tho loveet , ;
Oar uta.l Bam Is lis. th artnity .
That doth Mist between two elaopl bodies;
I m th potassium to thy oxygen."'
IisUttUihtlh.holy nti.ow 1 i
Shall shortly Bake use, Tbalanity
Is, after all. bat mstaphyalsal. . .. ; 1
0 1 would that I, ay Mary, wr an acid,
Allying addf thoa an alkali J -Xadowad
with buman senw, that, brought together,
1 X'
We both might ooaleeoe Into on. wit, - -
On bomoganeou crystal. Oh I that thou . 1
Wert carbon, aud myself were hydrogen; '.
W.Woaidaaltet. rora aieftsnt gas, '' ' '
Or oaiaon ooal, or aeptha. Would to keaveti ;
That lwrpopnoru. ana mou wen lime 1 ,, ,
And w of lime MaipoMd a pb.tph.ret. 1 , ,
I'd be couteut to be sulphuric add, '
So that thou Bilght be soda. In that esse .
w would a ulaubsr sate w ineu msgoesi
Inetud. we'd form that nam from Epsum. .
Coula'st thoa potasaa be, I aquafortis.
Oh' happy anion shenla .hat compound form,
Sltral of potash otherwise saltpetre :
And mat oar svri aaiara. swMtiy o:en, :. 1 . ,
We'd live and lov locetber antli deatft-
Bhoald deeoinpos ear fletby Urtlum ju(if,
Leaving our souls to all eternity
Amalgamated. Sweet, thy nam. is Brlggs, '
ana mm. ts Johnston, n nsmor. saouu not ws
Acre to form a Johnitonat. ot Brlgge 1
We will. The day, th. happy dsy is nigh
When Johnston snail with besateoot urlrgs combine.
[From the Nashville Patriot.]
The Cabinet Council—A Fragment
BY SEIDDLES.
. . , , , r,r.
Lukolw (sort; adttp in a reeking chair afUr a
cause. As Iprinai up iuddntu.)
Oimnaanothtr iootcb capt wrap m lu a military
cloakl
Ears mercy, Jeff. Davlal Soft I did bat dreim.
Loud knocking iihtard at tUdozr )
Who knock thus loaalyl
bswb-(pMoh) 'IU I, my Lord; the Whit Houi
cook ,t.
Thrte hath orow'd sine th day bath broke. '-
(jBtttr Seward, Ohat, Batt; Blair, Canuron and
CasmoB How doth my good Lord? ' 1
LttooLB Indifferently well. Methlnks. rood Cos.
That eonfwtlon of hommony and hog, which, as any
wont, , - .
tsts on essr n I at, did most woefullv affrct ma. : '
Have I no leeoh, aaong my eoanolllora ehoisn, - '
ws. can nuoister la a noay aiseassd, Alts.- my
friends! . .
Bred to th chlcsn of law, what know y of th
lean
And bonnds of rsbslllons bleed by fitful fever stir-
. raai , -.
BaTis -My Liege, as I glanted o'er th morning
prints,
(In Which our glories ars Holy and at Isngth get
forth.) ..'.
Methongbt mash prsli was given to a melloameiil
Xclept in foreign liiTe-Oephalle Pillsl
LuooLIf awes with this nostrum I'll non. of It.
for know y, I bought a box of a hsramscarum boy,
Whom I SDCoUDtsred oa oar west train, and who "
Cried Ood woil "Old Aba, bay som puis.'1 These
I bought and tried, but got no better fait.
B la la You'd scarce expect on of my ge
To (peak in public on the stegs. Tet I oao bat think
'Us not th. Mafealon, bat th. defection of the southern
tir , , , . , . . , .. ,
Whloh pains our Liege's
' Liwl . Aisl knavel think yon sol
Know oa not. my babbling Cog, that this defection '
Is ail gammon? ihs crisis is but artlficlall
Caass W.know It well, weald w. could forget It.
let, your Excellency, I read In som. fool
Southern paper eelled I know not what
tilt Mail the jkercury-kor some loch absurdity, " ''
That thera 1 much issllng down tu thslr onslghtlj
swamps, ......
Wber. Afrlc's wrong smell rank to Heavsa. ' '
' Limous Whrt th.nl Let them howll-you know full
weii, . ! 1 1
that, ery a they my. thsre's nobody hurtl .
0, how I do despise a peevlih. complaining people ,
A p.opl. who know not which sli. - their biead 1 but'
tered
Misguided pwoplsl who wouia falb:4ur 'iway thre
ILTUMI. - .1 ... I
I 0 of red and on of whit, fren our Star Spangled
SiWAB-(istVfj) Long auy It w.t.1 ' r
Wsuss latUt) , O'er the land of the fnel 1.1 -fKi(aiid4)
. And the bom. of th. travel .
LtxcoLX And UnaglL they bar found a new na.
tlon I ' i
flUaoaU . :i " t.
And now yoa fighting Colonel Davis ...
With bis ragged ragamumu rew, loudly ewears ,,,
H.'ll sit In this very chair, wherln we alt
8av th. mark! In spit, of Wool or Boott. ' ' '
rnenas, rareweiii yet us somstblogcr y go. .
Watch wall th door, that no foul traitor enter.
Ltav me to myielf that I may court th drossy god,
With mschln Infernal or six throated revolving plstoL
Sprttd yoursslvss, and Ics. a. opportnlty to tell
Ih' expectant people that all is going well!
And wnll. reluctant, 1. admit th aoathera feeling.
Org. and deolara that Ma msrvellons ooniollne
That notnlng It hurting anybody. There, gol .
Biaaa not on we oraer or your going, but go st one.
Sfard a4 oWsrs iois and dtpart.)
Kw Jerusalem! Is (AM happiness! When .ret -
uieampt or might, majesty nod powsr; when in days
oo b.
An hambl. spllttsrof rails. wetrlnr baton thlrtawseki
Or when In (.very, I leaned In listless mood . -'
O'er th. oar (tab, a pool) of th. slow gliding broadbom.
And thought of ths powerful and rich of earth, .
And aswlcus, aontrsalea their gey feasts and ravel ' "
wiui ouriunpn jojs, our nuauia inucslom and porsum
hnntm. . . .P . ...
Onr apple bees and quilting frellis alack a dayl
As Shakspsar says In his Paradise Lost, 1 ssdiy feel
That "Dlstane Isnds nehao-nent to th vl."
-3Eeusci
BY SEIDDLES. Love in a Railroad Car.
f
We have heard of lore in a ootta.e. love br
the eea ehore, lore by 1Kt Lake Mlohlaa (bid
rniiDTOoi; ana larenoaer aiiUoaiue8,bBtnerer
until the other day did we wltneaa lore In a
railway cat. "Comiog in" on, the oars of one
o( the rail wavi centering in this olty, we, la 00m
pany with a friend, sat eonreralng as the train
drew np at a way station. Before we were
again tinder way, a young lady and gentleman
evidently of the rural pargnuion, entered, and
took a seat dlreotly In front of i -
lMinc a neat admirer of femalee, we stole a
glanoe at the yonng lady, and were reeompenaed
by beholding a vtry lovely young mias, with
black hair and black eyee the latter aDDearinR
as It Cupid, the Ood of Love, bad rented the
premise ana seemed determined to dispute the
ewavofman. tier eomoanlon waa a tare anecl.
men or the ema mw, attired In a bran new salt
01 atore oiotncs, and looked as gay as a pea.
000k. 'i ' .. " .... '- ' 1 .
u Th first thing he did after seatln? himself
waa to encircle tbe neck of bla companion with
hie left arm, while his right hand lovingly
traspea ner eon ana aeueate leit. xnot Delng
tued to eueh scenes, (being unmarried,) we kept
oar nether eye open and a (Had down tbe pro
Ceediogs in. oar mind. . ;. , v .. ;i -
'Liar a." , be eaa tbe naulonata Invar, 'a nt
thlsnloeT" "Iawowlt'g better tbo riding in
the old wagon.,, n
"lea, josn,' feebly articulated Clara.
"BM aon't bur s
bug ms so tbe folks are looking at
BS. " '0 i
I W.I. I'Jl 1. .1 ill I
Well J let themVlook." retorted Josh.-.
"Oaetethey would lik to be in my place.
(We, for one, did most heartily eavy his situ
atlon ) '-".n:-'.o tt'.ar.tri u fr.'oivf
"let. but. Joeb. yoa know that thev will
laugh at ui," meekly rejoined bis oa. .panion.
Let them laugh' eAolalo.ed lha irate lover,
"Don't love you, and don't von love ma, aoo
ain't we soioc to set married to morrow V .
join aitoia moment ppereoa u 0rJuut
Idea baa struck oira, for be suddenly bent over
and kissed his fair companion square on the
mootn. , 1 i . .. 1 : , ,
There," said he cxultlnelv. "Ain't that
sioeT , sou don't ailers get tbem sort-'f .Then
turning to the occupant of the car, be es
elaimed: "Stranger, me and this youoc woman
have come down from tbe country to gel mar
ried, one is a nice gai, ana 1 m. going to dq
therlghtthiogby her?'
uariDE toe delivery of idis eonciie soeech.
Clara's face wu soffaaed with blase, noticing
wnion ner arasns wvwrrrniBrBai"ion,lgvt so
all-fired red about the gills, Clara. Ton know
that we are going to be married, and what' the
ut to floater up?' ' '' 1 ' '
v Thw iait epewefi settled tbe bnsineea 'of the
paaaeogers. Tey gave one honr and relieved
abeir Doaie 01 a onarge pt ianjuter that bad
aim oat atrangled them.' - 1 ' -i -i "
When the train arrived at thederjotlotbll
eltVi we vacated the Oar, lee-las the hafmv
eoaple u If the future denoted nothing but sun
aaiB ana iwwasurw, whs autju we YUaT If may
The "Bohemians" of New York.
-- j( I P. :--, f. r-. .
Tbe New York correspondent of the Jfart
ford Time furnlehea that journal wUhaa Inside
view of tbe literary loaferdooitof that oity. ,
, Pari la tbe peouliar, but not tbe only homo
of. tbe Bohemian. New. York is full o thess.
An enumeration merely of the vast throng ot
jouibiui espiranta woo oome to: tbe city every
year to get ft living by . their literary labois
would add any quautlty of pagee to the centaa
statistics, and the history of their hopes would
fill the Astor Library, .... ,M;!, ,. ...
. They coma expecting to be Bancrofts, Bry
ant at least Bofiueraand become Bobemiana.
Once Initiated in the mysteries of this order, (or,
more properly, to use the darkey dialect, dis
order, and they become those happy people'
of whom tbe Book of Mormon eaiib, "Blessed
are those who czpeet nothing, for" and thie la
eures the bleasing "they shall not be disap
pointed." .., .. .. j . , ,,
And next to expeoting nothing, the Bohemi
an learns to be. surprised at nothing, and to be
prepared for anything. If ho la blessed , with a
bit of brilliancy to-day, or baa attack a veto
which promise o work up well, he expands hie
ideas into an article, which finds a ready pur
chaser, and furnishes him, aud, likely as not, a
dozen cf otaer of tbe tribe, with a dinner at
Dalmoolca's for the Bobemiana assimilate to
tbe apostles In that they have all tliiogsin com.
moo. Bohemian BjiIub U almost lwe; busy
when he's sober.
The tditor of the Morning Rooster , knows
him as a ready writer upon aoy subjeot purlieu
larly upon a topioof which be is entirely Ig
norant. Tbe Rooster wants an able article
upon "Tbe Sublimity of tbe Salio System of
Siam," aod Busfus is oalled upon to iuroUh it.
Now, ; Buifcs knows as much . about tbe
Salio System of Siam, a be does respecting tbe
religious views of Brnum's. WbatlaltV But
he hiunts the Astor Library for a day or two,
and a day or two tbeteafter, the leading article
In th Rooster Is an elaborate and perlcotly
posted exposition of the sublimity et ultra, and
Buzfux takes his afternoon Broadway stroll in a
new pair of Canu-ell'e best $6 boots. Yester
day, he bake beaned at a cbeap restaurant in
Chatham street, and dead headed In at ilooley
& Campbell' minstrels; to-day, be trifle with
truffle at Delmonico's, aud buya a ticket to tbe
opera. . And so be lives for years livee only
In the present for be ie not suoh a fool aa to
be forever postponing his existence, or. almply
existing now, so as to lire at some fnture and
lnde&Dite period. .
, He knows that Ufa ia brief; Indeed, he looks
upon it as a sort of a joke; for he believes In the
proverb that brevity, in ibjelf.Us the aonl of wis.
though he is frequently dreadfully "abort" blm-
aeu, ana aon't ana any particular ran In II, eith
er. There's no nonsense about blm; if there
Is, be sells it at fifty cents a joke to the Vanity
Fair. . . , . 1 . . ,
In after yeare, be may leave Bohemia and
become a respectable oitisen of toe United
Statco, and tbe father (of a small family. . Or,
like Morger. be may burn out bs brain with
absinthe, and die an overworked old man, aa
so 1 many brillaint-brained Bohemians bars
done beloro they are forty. . ... .
The Microscope.
With the holp of the microscoria. man can
enter into a world unknown to the Ignorant, and
aitogetner invaioie to tne unassisted aye. In
every plant and flower which adorns the Hold,
in every leaf of tbo forest, in the seeds, prick
lea, aud down of all vegetables, be perceives
beauties and harmonies, aod exaslsite contri
vances, of whiob, without this instrument, he
wonld have formed no conception. ' In every
scale of a haddock be perceives a beautiful piece
of network, 1 admirably contrived and ar
ranged, and In the scale of a sole, a still more
diversified struoture, which no art eonld imi
tate, .terminated - with admirable- teeaUritv
Where nothing but a speck of monldinees sp-
pear. 10 tuouaaea.ye, ne conoids; forest Of
mushrooms with long stalks, and with leaves
end blossoms distinctly visible. Irr thaevea af
ouiumun Bowsers oiners can see only two small
protuberance, be perceives serefa! thousands of
beautiful transparent glob e.exqulaitely roooded
and polished, placed with the mmost regularity
in rows, crowing each other like a iattioe work,
anu lormiDgiDe moat aamiraoi piece of tne
onanism which the eye ean contemplate. The
small dust that covers the wine of ninth, and
butterflies he perceives to consist of an infinite
multitude of various forms, not much unlike the
learners or birds, and adorned with the moat
bright and vivid colors. - ;' ..
In an animal so small that th naked eve -in
aoaroely distinguish it as a visible point, he peri
selves a head, mouth, eyes, legs, joints, bris
tles, nair, ana otner animal pans and functions,
as nioely formed and adjusted, end endowed
with aa much vivacity, agility and intelligence
as the larger animals. In the tail of a small
fish, or the foot of a frog, be can perceive- the
variegated branchings of tbe veins and arteries,
ana mo. 0100a - circulating tnrongn them
wltn : amising Telocity. - In a dron of
atagnant water -he ' perceives, thousand of
Uvlng beings of ' various shape and sixer,
beautifully formed, ' and swimming " with
wanton vivacity, like flshe In the midst br the
ocean, in short, by tbls Instrument he per
ceives that the whole earth is full of animation',
and that there Is not a single tree, plant, or
flower, and eeeroely a drop of water, that is not
teeming with life and peopled with its peouliar
Inhabitants, 1 He thus enters, as it were, into a
new worm, invisioie to otner eves, where everv
object in tbo animal, vegetable and mineral
kingdoms presents a hew and. Interesting as
pect, and unfolds beauties, harmonies, con
trasts and exquisite contrivances, altogether In
conceivable by the Ignorant and unreflecting
mind Dick ' - "' " -
A Marriage Question.
,
.
Th vexed qneatlon of the validity of mar
rlage with a deceaeedjwife's sister Is at present
occupying tne attention or the Appeal Com
mittee ot the Uonso of Lords, In a remarkable
ease. ; In May, 1640, Mr Wm. Leigh Brook,
cotton spinner, of Meltbamball, near Hnddr
fleld, married Mias Charlotte- Armitage, and bad
oy ner two cnuaren, wnea sne aiea. - Her Bis
ter, to whom ehe waa mueh' attached, earns to
take cars of the children, and in time the wld
0 wee's heart softened toward her.- The attach
meet waa mutual, and thev determined to mar
ry; bnt aware of tbe law'e tyranny, they fled to
nna juaiaiai ireeaom iti' ueomark, and were
duly married at AJtona, In' that kingdom, stay
ing sumoienuy long" spsna in aonoymoon
happily, (Two daughters followed this union,
. , . . . . . .
and tbey ars now appealing to share th ad-
vantage held out to them under the1 wlllol
their lather, Who died at Uolorne. In Sentember.
1-S5.' .Three years ago, Sir Creeawelt Creso
wsll dsolded that th marriage -was not valid,
according to the laws of England, aad that the
appellants, therefore, are not legitimate 'It 1
a curious paint In the case that tbe respondents
are ths two childreneons of th first (liter;
bnt ss tney are etui juniors, they ar er pours
merely opposing tbeir step sisters onder the dl
sections of others. ' Sir Fitsroy Kelly appears
for the appeal, and Urges that the marriage be
ing legal in Denmark must be legal In England,
and that such marriages generally ere not con
trary to the law of Ood, while the law of Eng
land msrelvdeelares them to bo within the de
grees of affinity. : V.ii , -itl'i-. (ji' ;..;...
. ,11. 1 mi 1 ' 11 nil I 11, I . t -i I
, M . ,
A Box Swaixowimo a Hout. The othee dsv
Charley, five years old, found one of thoo curs
ous boo rimmed . olreles, which ladies have
named tmleu, and, while playing in the garden
swallowed it. .The .family were in . tbe boo,
busily engaged with a work on ntomology,wbea
Charley ran in with mouth wide open, and ayes
distended to thai utmost capacity. : ilia an.tn
r oaught him by tbe arm, and, trembling with
that deep anxiety which only a mother can feel,
inquired ( .t r.- . - '' tv' x'-'"""
. . . . ... an sifi. . a . -t aa
. "Wbat s toe matter t w nas oaa nappenea i"
..The urohla, all agape,. aaanaged to astim
latet ..',,'i.ni, .;r.i.v,v'.)
b, "Water UVfir.-i i ,xr.... i:,:r t.J.1
..It was bronghtg when, after drinking eopioua.
b, haexolaime4kiii 1 h'.sii..iitkiuai 131
t ;VOh,motberIawallowe4ahol ft Ijs ;'iM
"Swallowed a hole, Charley 1 r 01 ti- .j
"Yh, motherj I swallowed a bolawltka
pleoeof Irory round U."
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it larr. and wall totted . The rerr latest natterns
rrom AaaiKiuAev, aauiiisa ana J kxxoh lactortss.
. COtD PAPERS AND BORDERS."
Baadfom Oold Papers stlllog tram SSo. tell Wper
tiou, ioimeri aoia irom iiwustni.t .
; 1 ,r. ,-!:, . ..' : ... -v. n . i --
COLD AND VELVET BORDERS,
frssh and New Styles, at about half their former prices-
, SPLENDID DECORATIONS ,'
,( 1 r - ' " '. v . ' ... i I
for Cbarchw, Balls, Parlors aad Celling. :
i : i :;-! n.;rr. .: .v. ,t . .:. :i ,.. i '-t - .' . . '
SIDE LIGHT AFIRE BOARD PAPERS
' All entirely n'cwanilsptehdld patterns, vary cheap.
GOLD AND PAINTED SHADES
Of th latest and richest dtslgns, from S7o. to fs. JO tab,
,1 ..... )'.. t , I
' GOLD WINDOW CORNICES,
Aid Cnrtala Bands, from 2Jj. to tV, . ,
BCFr, : : : BLCE .1 it HOLLANDS
i..ftr... :ii!.ilH fix er .''U.".J. -.! 1 . ' 1 . .(.."' ..-j
AU widths and prices, tad warranted tbe belt quality. ''
WINDOW FIXTURES, all klnfla.'
CORD AN D ,
TASSELS
v
AI) variati, cheap. ,
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BEACrilfJL PICTVBES FRAMES
T. match forth. aVcoratlon of yonr Room i.' . "
:..ru..;:. ;r -. 1. ' . ' ' 1 . J M.'s .
Call and exaalns bur Btooktefor purchasing. -
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v t- i 1 ..... 1 ',' I ' I i "... Ill-
: V. B. landlords and1 persons wishing o,anttt!es ot
Paper will nak money by baying l as. Country
Merchants and persona fr abroad will d well to sail
and set as. '' ' spill l-aSmeed
..'.fc'A'.';
Sheriff's Sale.
V ,tre
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Cornelius Jacobs ,
Hue Jacobs V , -. , -
va f Oommon Pleas.
Hlller stall , -
W. P. Miller stah i ,'-'" n
BT V1RTSJK OT A WRIT r Mr r A
to me directed, from tb Court of Ooaunwb Fmaa
of Franklin Oonnty, Ohio, I will .fler for sale, onr th
farm occupied by W. P. A J- MUlr, la J.ckson
ownsblp,.. ' Ji-'-'-'"' ''
V Monday, the litS day ot; Aptt A. DVl8GlV
at t o'clock,?, af.,'thefollowlng propaitr.te-wlta'.Ono
bay mere, on. torrel horao, on mar coll, ou e ill,
oa tw. hone wage, thre deubl btrnear, savwn
bMdof hoga,ancV th. atdltlded ne-kalf iBtorwstln
-taping maohiae, lev tea .a at toe pro per iy i v,
. s. amni. .. . . .'-
sprllWOtdv -al , '.
..Prvolw'.r-w, SSsw
d By Bd. Davm, Bepatjf."
,i.h;-'i. 1 .... v. ii
A HEW MOOP SKIRT. " ' ; ' " ' "
Bar ass rwsslvad a aSwrataVl f HOOfSHriTI
finlahal to a saaBut tusaperlorleaayysa tairodusd
for'.-.' ;. el tsJ.rjHq ?,-'L vtcH tw
DURABILITY AND ORACEFlJLNES3.,"l
mh n.
-Li-:
TLEGAN'sT CLAIM UAi ., ua
XU Btra.1 B-eqeee aid alutl-u aiw. aKB artcimia;
andTa-MUeomatah,at - V BAW
saarns .
iiiiiiiii
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a
Scrofula, pj! EyiL
isa 'conHtitutiOnal dituie,Uorrnptkkf tha I
Wood, by which. ni.j8ui Jjecomea TUiatod,
wcak.mtid poor. . lleijig ,in, the ciroalaUotj, h
pervades tiic whole hoay. and may burst ouf
in disease on any part Ot it,! JjTo organ i fia
from its attacks, not i trtson wldaait aaay ,
not destroy1. ; The aerofulotis tBirit S tarioiislt
caused by ,rw reuil&t disease, Viiw,tvinB'4i.;
ordered or unhealthy food,' Lansuiav aiiw. !-.-
and fUtTiy -habits, the depreerlng viosy and,
aopra all. .by Aid ycriereav Tnfecaoii,!TVTiJuV':
ever bo its origin, st sa hereditary ia Um eotv.
stitution, deAcmding from parent to cbikkwrt r
unto the tliiid aji4 fourth, generation jtndcedV J
it secma to- be the rod of Him who says, p
wilt visit the' iniqttiti of th Utim Mmm 1 ,
their chilrlren.".' f:. "!'"u;'. " " u '
Its cfl'ects commence fcy dcposltiori rrOtA tJuf
blood of corrupt or uloewnAi matter, which, la
tho lung, liver, and Internal trpi, it termed
tubercles; in the gutnds; ' awellings ; and on
tne sunuce, eruptions or sores. Ihia foul cor
ruption, which gendftrs td tho cr6o(L''ilcprM8ei
the energies of Hf. so that aorefuloue oonstitu- j
tions not only 'Buffer froim. atnfUcra) im'
pluints, but they hare far, less power to witlp.1'
stand, t lie attacks of other -iaeaaes: cense
quentiy vast numbers perish tT'. disorders
tvhich, ttltliough not ecroftUsifttl ThU, r
are' still rendered fatal by this tain aa' t)sr
aystem. Most of tlie exmsumption which de
cimates the hnmrtn family has its origin directly
in tliis scrofulous contamination ; and many
destructive diaeasea of the liver, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of all the organs, axis front at
are aggravated by the same cause.
One quarter of all our people are icrofulotis t
their persons are invaded by this lurking trw
fection, and their health ia underalned hftCi
To cleanse it from the system, we must renorjataj '
the blood by aa alterative medioine, and in
vigorate it by healthy food and exercise;
Such a medicine we supply in 1
. " ASTER'S7- '
Compound Extract of Sarsap-xilli,,
the most effectual remedy which tho fnedlcal
skill of our times can devise for this every
where prevailing and fatal malady. ' It i Com-".'
bined from the most active remedials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul .
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
system from its destructive consequences. .
Hence It should be employed for the cure of
not only Scrofuht, but also those other affce-
tions which arise) from it, auoA aa Earrrrtra j
and Skim Dibbasbs, 8t. ABTKomr'a Fin,
Rose, or EnTsirxLAS, Piurs, Fvstuxbs, ,
Blotches, Blaixs and Bon.s, Toxors, Tbttsa (
snd Salt RHr.cif, Bcaed Head, Rimoworv, -RitntiKATtsM,
8TrHiUTioajidJIacoaiAi.Di-i
bases, Ditopar, DrsFBrsxa, Dbbiutt, aod, r
indeed, all CoMPtAtwrs arisiko. mou Vim- ,
ted oh Impure Blood. The popular belief (
in impurity othi blood " ia founded in truth, 1
for scrofula ia a degeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose and virtue of this Sarsapa
rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid. :
without which sound health ia impossible in
contaminated constitutions. .-"
1 . .if -.- . 1 . . ' a fi I - .i.-3 sir
' ; '. v 1 : 1 . -I :i t w.i
Ague Oure,r:
" son ths spiidt eoai or k f'
tmtermtttemt Fewer, or Fewer an-Ague,
EUsmltteima P.w.r, Oblll F.vrar, DeuMaf O
Agra., Periodical Il.adachi., ar BUlams ,
Headache, and Billow. Faw.r, laletd
for the wk.lt elaaa of 4iaaBMartsB:;
Ibsj In biliary derangement, canted bp .
the Malaria of Hlaatnaito Conata-toa.-
Ws are enabled here to offer the coT-mnitty a 7
rcmedy which, whUe it euro th anew eomplaint
with certainty, ia atill perfectly harmless 10 any j
quantity. Such a remeay ia invaluable in district
where these afflicting disorder prevail. This
' Cons " expels the miasmatic poison of Ftvaa
and Aora from tbe system, and prevente the dT
velopment of the disease, if taken on the first an- .
preach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only '
the best remedy ever ywt cUweverwd for thie elaaa
of complaints, but also the cheapest, The tarn ,
quantity we supply for a dollar hringa it within the
reach of every body ; sjdm bilious aitrirt,wTWa
FkVEn. and . Aoca prevail, every body afaoold 4
have it and uss it freely both for cure ana protoo- .
tion. " A great superiority of this remedy over any'
other ever discover- for the apeedy and eesttua o
cure of Intermittent is that it contain no Quinine, ,
or mineral, consequently it produce no quinism or
Other injurious effect whatever trpon the conetitu
tica. Those cured by it are left as healthy aa if 1
they had never had the disease, , . .
Fever and Ague ia not alone the conseqaence of
the axiaamatie poison. A great variety of Aiaur- '
der arise from its iniution, smong which, are j
Keurafoia, Rheumatitm, Govt, Headaeha, Bliud
nets. Toothache, Earnche, Catarrh, AttAma, PaW
filiation, Painful Afftciiem of th Sphtm, Hyttersi
tet. Pain in th BovU, Volte, Paralyrii and
rangement of th Stomach, all of which, when ,
originating in this eauie, put oa thevnfnrw'Wsn
tup, or become periom'osd. - ThlCca' xpl-r
tne poison from the blood, and consequently cures
them aU alike. ' It is an invaluable protection' to '
imminent and persona travelling; or temporarily )
residing in the malarious districts.. If taken occa-..
sionally or daily while exposed to the infection,
Uutl T. 1U DO nturvroi uva uiw wjwmm, mm vnium -
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dia-,.
ease. Hence it is even more valuable for protec-
tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from Inter-4
mittenu if thev avail themselves of the protectitin s
tUsremdyatfords.,, ,, 'io: ;...,7j ,, u
rrepored by Dr. J. 0. AXES. eV CO., Lowell, Iai.,:,
ROBERTS A SiUURL, Oolasbot. . .
And by Vngrlatsand Dealers .very wher. - - -
ov;lyd.twaw. ,. . ;t ,0 aw ,
fm Vougk. Void, Btanml, Mm-'
na,amvjruann of ao '
JKroat. Eelim th Hacking OhioA
in Oomtmftlon, trmiittis, AMAa-
ma, and Oatarrk, i'Uar amd pre.
' ttrtvgth to th roie of "
FUASLtU rGAKBRI,)a
, and 8INUEU. . ,. v
tew ar aware of th Importance or checking a Cough
. flold In lu mtatag: that whloh tw th.'
bMlnnlng would yield to mild reetady,. If ntlecled.
oonattack the lungs "iroton's roaoAtal irochm,''
eonulolng demulcent Ing reiileuta. allay almeaary ea
Bronchial IrriUtlon. - '.. t,. rr.,
BUOWN'o I ''That 'trouble In my Throat. 'for which,
" the 'Irwoae' sr. a ipecino; navmg man. aa.
TB0Cni8oftenamer.wblsver." ,.4 ..,-B
n . r. wi-Lis.
"I reeommand .their at to, Pcsue OuaaV
tats."
.. !:. v,J:..,.lV.l CHAMl;
t'llave proved exuraaarj rvk-wibM;f
BROWN'8
TH00BXS
uo-aitntm. - . . . ,
1 . KBY . IIBNBY WSatf. BBBLHKB.
'Almost instant relief In the diatr-Mlns.
IbOOUSS
labor of brtatfllnrp-tullartoAnTlK,."-'-
BROWN'8
1 , kkv. A. t). uui.r,Bros. 14
'Contain no Opiun ao, tiling Intnl
TR00HK3
out.
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