nun n,ir , , , ..iiii.iiw.Mi iii: :ii -li ii IV ii r n n ir n ir" u -' , n . ,a ,. n
J v IlMl'A II II II ii II II 11' II II ! '." , , "I
VOL. VII. NO. 260. NEW; SEBIES.
COLUMBUS. OHIO. MONDAY EVENING. APRIL 8. 1861.;
fIZ S0LLA2S rZ3 TZlC
. , InnrUblj la Adaae -
DAILY, TEI-WEEKLT AM) WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER, .
PUBLISH) BS AFP fEOPBIITOBB.
CT Offle Hoi. 8, SB and 40, sTorta High It.
TERMS INVARIABLY IN ADYAN01.
", , . f 00 pr yaar.
By u vainer, per wU vtlA cents.
t 00 per year,
frmi or Advertising fcr attwr
One " D monthi 18 00
3m " 6 monttai 15 00
One monthi 10 00
3ne. 1 onttn ' 8 Oil
One ' 1 month. 5 00
Onetquar S weeks.. 4 W
On t weeks.. 00
On - 1 week... 1 75
On " 8 days. .,100
On " Sdayt... - T5
Ona " 1 lnserttoa 50
Displayed advertisement half mor than th abort
Advertisements leaded and planed In th oclamn f
Special Notlcei," double th ordinary rot.
All uoliccs required to be published by la, legal rat.
If ordered on the inside exclusively after the Ant week
pet cent, more than th above, ratei; bat all snob wll
apiitmr In the Trt-Weekly without charge.
Business Cards, not exceeding tve lines, per rear, la
I Je, . 50 per line; euul.le l,
Notion of moeilugi, charitable ootetlee, Are companies,
to., half price.- ,
au tranitttH aaverntommu tnmtt o jxua or
I'tvanc xe rule will notnevanearrenv
Week ly, aune price ai the Dally, where th adrertlMi
tcithe Weekly alone. Where 'he Dally and Weekly
are both uied; then ttie eharg lrlk Weekly wll k
a tne rau-ioi the Dally . .
No adTertliement taken except for definite period.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring 4c Water St.,
W; B. POTTS & CO.,
And Manufnctnreri of Bran and Oompoiltlon Outing,
riniinra urau nor 01 u veeenpuon.
Electro Plating and Gilding ! !
STENCIL1 CUTTINC, 4C.
febl 16(Mly .
T.A..B. imms, :
Attornoy at liaw
AND NOTARY PUBLIC. !
0fllc Aaib' t Building, oopotlte Capitol Square. " "
. ; - ' OOLTJMBU8. OHlOi"
Machine Manufacturing Companj
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Cwtlngt, Kill-Oearlng, fcMhlntr.
alio, - f ;...'?:,,:
nailrond. w oxls.
or miT DKctumoH.
0HA8. AMB08, Bup't . t. AM BOtUTrat.
dooll, Utiti---- t
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolis!
Through to Iodianarjoiis without Change of Can-
and biii On Change of Can between
. Columbni and St. Lonls.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS. FIRST TRAIN. -
NIOnT KXPRKS8, via Dayton, at 8:45 a.
Dta at London. Xenia. Dayton, Mlddletown and
ton.arrlTlna-atCinclnnatlat8:80a. m.i Dayton at 5:49
a.m., Indtanopolisat 10:iH a. m.jtt. Louis at 1150
P"" SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, at :10a.m.,stopplnjrat all Bta
tioni between Colnnbus and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar-
riTlng at Cincinnati 11:02 a. m., Dayton at V: IS a. .,
THIRD TRAIN. V
DAT XPRI38,at 8:30 p. :
Jefferson, London. Charleston,., Oedarvill,
Borlns Valley, Oorwln, Morrow. Deerfleld, toiler's.
Loreland, MUlfordanU Plalnrlll, arriring at Cincin
nati at 7:80 p. m. 8t. Lonls at 18 m Dayton at :3S p.
a.; IndianopolUat 10:38p.m. , ., ,
SleejMnar Care all Nlrlit Train to
Cincinnati and Iudlanapoll.
BAGGAGE . CHECKED THROUGH.
Tor farther Information and Through Ticket, apply to
M. L. DOlilHTT,
Ticket Agent, Union Depot, Oolumbu, Ohio,
I. W. WOODWARD, '
' gaperlntendent, Oineinnati.
, . JNO. W. DOIMHTI -
JnU . Agent, Oolomket,
HOWARD & OO'
CA LI. AT NO. 83, SOUTH HIGn ST.,
and eiamlne onr new wake of
manufactured by X. HOWARD At CO., Boston, Mas.
Thee Watches are far superior to anything rer offered
to th public, heretofore. Uarta the eiroluilT agency.
1 can sen mesa at price m u in
lUmes. (I hare Just
recelTCd a large stock or
- 1 . . -4 -
AMERICAN WATCHES, f , J
mannractured hy APPLKT0N, TRACT, t CO ! also, a
ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCIJES,
' In Oeld and Silver Cam, at Paul prices. -
Jant) j J . ' W. I. BATAOB. -
. a,-, t.4 , . C Jolt BeOlTdl :' -' '-.
1 AA" w Cn- GREEIV and 'BLACK
1UUTUAS 100 bags prim Bio Cone. h 9I
ISUpooketsold Dutch CoTernment Jar Coff,., , ,
IS baff Ceylon Ooffe. ,
SOnbbls. standard Whit Sugars, constating ot Paw
, dred, Ohnubed, Granulated A and B Coffee..
80 quintals Oeorne Bank Codflih. c ,j' . , ' a
A to. Pick ijlmon.
U!D.ra uunv.iaaainl, , , . ,
IOO ox. Layer Kaiilns.
AO hf. box ao . ao
lOOar.boxdo d ,
10O M Cigars, different crania and grade.
BotW. : WM.Alul0ALD-
M. C. LILLCY
And Blaiik-Book MannJantorer,;
AORTBl DUS ITBIXT, COLIJlllTJl, OHIO
rARIlLT MyOUM. -
HITlJ WHEAT, BRANDED'
Prom 'Barnttt Mills," IprlngAsld, 0. th bast brand of
Plour brousht to ear market. Batlifactloa suarauteed.
Iorsal..nry at WM. MoDOHALD'i, , . ,
botV7 ...... 108 Boutb High street. -
A LEIAIIDUbl HID tlLOVLN. .
A. AUtosanorsJstopweda BAlttS,,'
dec. 11.x -.u . . tto.HiaoatBBighitmk
No. 4 "Qwymie Blcxsk.
'A. P. ST ONE & CEAREA
Ilibs 6O0DB, and lnrlta th pablla to bupeett
imn. nu puvu mwca. oi vvoo na eTr Deen Drought to
uiiiaunB in gnu, in WDtequeae 01 an rallnr
of th irala orop, baiaot been able to parohaa th
alqtuuatlt, Of rich foods, and this fact baa forged th
Importers to sell them at pnbll auotlon. Our buyer
(Mr. Btene) being In Mew York at thee larg tal, took
ad ran Ufa of them, and w can and will aell onr goods
nw wan any on. wnoparenaaaa two weeks slnos,
p4d for torn In Hew York. Our itook toeomplet ul
tw uejmrunem 01 , , - , ,
ELtOANT DRESS BILKS,
"... OTTOMAN VELOURS.
., . PRINTED COBURG9.
' . . . DYED COnUUS-l
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS.
v , ALL WOOL DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand. Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day,';
At one!! tfa Coat of Impoitation.
In nil Tarletlea, of the Celebrated
Slannfatnre of C. O. Oan '
, " ' there V ln.'-
Men's, Ladle and Children Under Shirts and Drawers:
Ladies, Misses and Children's Hosiery of all kinds, to I
Wool and Lamb's Wool: Fleecy Lined and Cotton Glares I
01 Try mak. . 1 t i 1 I
" 1 : ALSO :
A complete Hoortment of all the usual rarie-
ties ot m
LADIES' CLOTHS, s ' ' r'
. -. - , OVERCOATINGS.
FLANNELS, - ...
. .t ... . . DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladiei and Gent'i Linen Camlbrio Hand-
kerchiefi, do., &o. -
To ceraons who call on na. w nledn onr words to I
show them the largest, best and cheapest stock of floods I
rr leen. in tnia market, or pay uem on aollar per 1
nour wnii loosing. .. . . .
aei-diytavitw. btomi a o uakra.
LATHROPf IUDIN6T0N & CO.
23 ft 25 FASX PLACE, , v ,
20 ft 22 HTJEEAY 8TBBBT,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
FOR CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT.
W an opening, at our ample warerooms, at th abore 1
aumbsrs, stock 4 Goods ta each ot th six department I
of our busln, superior t anything w kare heretofore I
axnitniM le tne trader
CLOTH DEPARTMENT. .
This has mm t Its'ertsant menltad nadar the I
thoreush manaa-ement of a bov.r of Ion experience and I
acknowledaed rood test. W kten utenair line of I
aaest ana Choicest -
1 ' " ' AND '
be found la the market, all seteeted wttk tie altatt I
diMriminaUon. Also, all grades, colors and raristle of; I
BROADCLOTHS, - ;
LADIES' CLOAINKOS, f
fABMBRS' and MIROHAHTS'CASBIMlRIg,
KINTTJCKT JXiNB, from to IS eento per yard I
BEDS, 12X to 15 cent par yard-last year told at I
18 to 80; " ...
PRINTED 8ATINBTB, at 14 cents;
And ttker Good etrretpondiny Lota.
Manchester D Lain,
Pacifl do. '
Printed Lawm, 1 ' -'
Printed Brtlllaotes, , r
fancy Olnghams, (
Slaegov - do.
Popllna, , r'.
! And thtNtu Select SttU of
FANCY SPRING GOODS.
Cocheo ., do.
Pacll r do.
Americas r. d.
Dannellw- do. ;
Bagltsh: '. do.
Manchester, 4to. Prints, Ac
Lawrence 0. Bheetlnga,
Bhawmut f- do. s
. Atlantic A. Sheetings,
Appleton ' do.
Berettr", "do. .
UUca,fc., ' do.
All Grata end WW A.
BLIACIIID SHIRTINGS AND BHIBTINQS.
Waniutta, 1 '; ..'a- Dwlght, 7 Lawrence,
Lonadale, I . 6 real Palls, f ... Manmkeag.
Mill, Walthaa, Boott,
Hew Tork Mllli, etc., Ac
! A LAROC AND IILtCT ABSOITKINT.
COTTON ADIB-a great variety .
TIOKINQS-all the.lsadlng brands. -DINIMS
do. 1 do. . J .
BHIRTINfJ SI&IPBSail the leading brands.
NANKRKN8 do. do.
OOBHBI JBAKS do. ' do. "
MOBKBNS .. do. . do.
DAMABKB, PAPBR CAMBRICS, COLORID 0AM-
aaiuB, ao., as.
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCKS OF
WmntGOODaW rvrt,. f .. . .,
HOSIXIT; " ' : 1
Gentlemen's FuiEishing Goods,
'UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS, " '
CARPETS AND OIL-CLOTHS, "
a great Tartety of floods not snnmeratsd all of
which aw DUd retire, to . at to tea mtwitt
prim tin larger portion at frpm 10 1 SB per osnt. lesa
last year , ,, .
LATHROP, LUDINGTQN U CO.,
'! Irish!. Linea Goods.: ; ,w
WAURANTED ITABBIO V
! Linen Bhtrt Boeoma Plain and Panew-c '
Bhlrtiuf and MownaLbMB. ... L : s ..
' ..Lloeo BheettDn oadPlUenOaahiHi:
l! . Linen (Jauibrte. and Long Lawns. ' i .
.LUl.n Poeket-handkrra. all alaea.
I TnE lOfifo.'s aMman steam
BOOk AND JOB
Haring increased Its already
Ii fully prepared to execute Id the '
MOST ELABORATE MAUITEjB,
THE LATEST gf TLEft,
BBtlFS, - '
BILL BIASS, ,
: .... 1 . t . (
DRAT EKCBIPT8, "
LABEL?, OABDS, ,
And erery flcscriptlon of
LETTER PBESS PHINT1NG,
Iqnsl to any IstaWUhment In the State, and upon
term which win compare farorably with th
leading Sartera Printing nouses, . .
Havinst yvjr TaOility to aid 17a
IN TBI FBODTCnoN OT
ELEGANT , POSTERS
-nice, teftu who
nay desire that clan
J W have eonaected with onr CitaUlibnent a
BLANK BOOK BDTDERT,
from which we produce the
3Slxioat XUnxxlx. XfVorJs.
AND TBI MOn
SUPERB BALL BOAO BLASX BOOKS.
Is admitted to be
T b A n.Cs-3G323T
COSIPIEITJ IN FACIIiJIES,
aim bi jtorr
PERFECT IN ORGANIZATION
In this City, and we may add,
Wit WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE
i VMS AST .
' ! PHntUot; Hoobo tit tlto Vest.
, I r:-i . r"i it . ..vj . 't i"'
t i- : s ' v " v at .
v! - -r RtcninD Netins, ' -
" j . i "i , . ... . 1.. .... ..
Gents . UneiTiCbllaTS, ;
OF MCPEiaiOH QUALITY, IN GAM
BOTI. B landing, Byron Peratgnay, Benfrew ud
qinet new anapea. Bammed Packet Handkenhler. Heck
TIm. Bteetukj Barest and Evening Oloy, Half Bos of
mr kind, Under Oarmeets and alt kind of Oeats' far
alshQig aooda la gmaa Taikty aod at moderate ptioea.
l ) : i'.,. ' BAiM bom,
MM ? to. M8othHt.h street.
Hf ALTLa TfciHHAb
1U f eiennt UUm fc Udka; aiM, Ml' Mitts
atTSMWUHtJ 1.1. j - j
. 1 00
Trt- Weekly, per car.
... M . ....... 1
Weekly, pr yai
[From the Boston Traveller.]
Richard Rusty Seeks an Office.
Mr. Richard Ruity desired an office under the
ew Administration, ana no went to wasniDgton
to get it. -v . - r
At home. Rusty was known as plain "Dicki
Dick Rasty btga prirate In the "Volunteer
iriinnte uuara, ai oqaam.
Dick Rust had 'lied hia Sereo dollar coat
ererely, bearing a torch in the Wide Awake
processions, he bad lerred aa nnder-Secretarj
at the town and county convention!); he was the
rery Brat man in bia neignbornoud wbo bad
tbouehl of "Old Abo" for President, and be
determined to be "counted In," sure, after in
anroration. And so. carpet-bar In band, one
fine morning recently, be found himself, jogging
ap rennsyirama Aronue, in ins great city u
"TuuuTes, nacas, ana megnincent aistancea."
- Washington is a rery nice placet Dick bad
hia "Danon" with him to wit. a few had I.
spelled and worse written voucher for his good
character and "sterling" political principles, and
knowing himself (in bis own esteem) sound on
the goose, upon reaching Washington he sailed
in tor tne utile uovernmeni ouioe lie caveteA in
hia native town.
Havlo careful 1 anTelonad 'him nwlntlli
be ttarted them to the Department to which tbev
were addressed, and triumubantlv sat himself
aown in tne garret room ot bis bnardide-house.
. r . . . 1 . . "
au await an answer irom tne iijq. oeoretary
And thus he waited.
One day two. three, five a watt-.
oat no reply by post, as be bad expected! Now,
uiB waa a very singular circumstance, (la Mr.
Rusty' opinion) and the delay verv unusual, in
his experience- Indeed, after a time, it came
to look very much like a slight towards him
wnat could it meanf He wrote to Innnire eh.
his "little matter" had not been attended to.
- He got no reply to this, either ! Again he
addressed the Department unon the same sub
ject. But he received no answer. Tbia was
an outrage. Whereupon, having waited anoth
er week, be determined, valiantly, to "know
tbe reason wby."
mr. Kusty bad not omitted to stir np the Hon.
Representative from bia District ( who assured
him be would "look Into bia case"), and then
be waited once more. He fonnd the county EJl
tor, too, wbo chanced to be also an applicant
for place, and be promised to attend to Mr.
Rasty directly. And again he waited. Still, nn
reply. And thus four week ran on, and Rusty'
money ran out. ;
: AatonUbed, and exasperated, he started at
length for tbe Department in person. Ha found
at leant six hundred persons there, before him,
all religiously bent unon an errand aimil ar tn
his own I Hs waited six mortal hours in tbe
great windy paggK.way, where he was squeei
ed, and elbowed, and jammed, and nearly aufTu-
eated; but still he struggled for his "turn."
He got sight of the inner door Just In season to
see the Honorable Secretary emerge and pasa
vu. w uia varriuBS, lur some, CUSineSS Was
over for the day, and the mob rushed down tbe
stairs and retired.
But Richard Rusty, of Sauam. waa a man nf
business; so be followed ud bis obiect nut da.
and the next, and the next. At last be succeed
ed In getting inside, where tbe followina- collo
quy ensued: .
"wood morning, Mr. Secretary," says Rnsty,
confidentially j aud be grasped the Secretary 'a
hand like a "Bon of Malta" wbo bad passed bis
twenty-third degree. '
"Good morning," responded the Hon. Secrc.
tary, blandly. -
"Mr. Rnsty Richard Ruatr. air " add An,
"Yet; very happy, Mr. Rusty. From Indi
ans f" queries tne Secretary, slil r. '
"No. air no." ' " -.----.'
"Oh ah, no. From Illinois, then 7" '
"No, sir. FromSqaam," sara Rustv.mnd.
"Sqaaml Yes, yes. I remember. Sauam
Maine, I Ihlnkl"'
"No, air. Connecticut.",
"Ah, yea. Very bapny.; Yes: Connecticut
Busty Squam. I know, now."
Mr. Kusty nogets. Bo does tbe Secretary.
Eaoh is desirous to get out of the other's nrea-
nce aa soon as possible. And Mr. Rusty is du
ly referred, with bis papers, to File Clerk No.
21, who (he is informed) "takes charge" of
bis documents. Rusty retires In high glee, In
his own judgment, he baa won.
He waits a rain. Three dava five, a clr
a fortnight; bat he hears nothing; and then
be yentnres to wait upon Mr. File Clerk No.
21, where he Inquires about bis "little affair."
No, 21 bas five bushels of onooened letter on
bis table when Rusty enters.
"What name, sir?" he asks. ;
"Rnsty, sir. Riohard Rusty.' '
Our office hunter is not a little nettled ta
learn, as he now does for tbe first time, from
the File Clerk, that Messrs. Busty, Custy, Dus
ty. Fusty, Gusty, Husty, Justy. Rusty, flaeer
beer manufacturer,) Lusty, Musty, Nusty, and
Pasty, are all before him on tho list of appli
cant; for, unfortunately, our friend lrom Sauam
M .1 T . I
Bwayuuwn Bmung iue 11 a 1 .
But Mr. File Clerk No. 21 is a natlent man
and polite. He haa been In the office a dozen
years, and "will do anything to oblige Mr. Rus
ty, (except to give mm an; lucid Information.)
And so No. SI refers the applicant to Mr.
White, No. 44, next room, overhead. Up goes
Rusty; Mr. White sends bim to . Mr. Buff
fourth clerk, No. 56, np two flights farther
Mr. Hun knows notblng or Mr. "Kusty Squam's"
ease, but thinks Mr Drab can Inform him abont
tt. Mr. Drab can't say, certain, but directs the
tired but patient inqnirer to Mr. Redd, down
atairs three flights, end of third passage, to the
left north. Rusty has no compass with him.
(and really couldn't nse It, if be had!) but he
finds his man. Mr. Redd is very bnsv. and van
abort, but haa no doubt that Mr. Gray, (whose
duty it is to attend to these things) can inform
Mr. oquamiy -wnat to ao atwut it." He finds
Mr. Gray. Mr. Gray sends him to Mr, Green.
Mr. Green forwards him to Mr. Bloo fwho
speaks English very indifferently.) Mr. Bloo
deapatcnea mm to Mr. Brown, (tbere are thirty,
seven Browns on the sameHoor,) and Mr. Brown
bknds bim over to Mr. Black, op atairs, once
more. Mr. Black knows nothing whatever of
Mr. Rusty, or his papers, and never heard of
bim or them bat civilly refers him back to Mr.
White, where he atarted from., '
By this time Rtobard Rusty is dlegnated, and,
thoroughly beaten oat with running over the
stone stairs, he concluded to go to bis lodgings.
Next day be commences once more, and seta
lost in tbe multifarious windings and turna of
the geat Department building. Before he haa
time to get bis bearings again, office hours have
expired, and he returns again to his boardine
boose attic, to ruminate upon the mutability
of human affairs generally, and of office seek
ing especially, concluding with tbe philosophi
cal sentiment, that "Jordan is a hard road to
trafel." ' ' '
Desperate, next day, be finds "File Clerk No.
21," witn wnom ne ongmauy deposited bi pa
pers, and indignantly demands bis documents.
After waiting several hours, and making dill
gent search, with hia papers in bis band, he la
admitted to the presence of the Secretary, with
wbom-emld his despair and disappointment
Rustybeswaoocetopici." , -,- --
"I'm Mr. Rusty,", be sajs, abruptly, as be
"Glad to seeyoa, responds tbe Secretary.
"Yeaj I s'poae so," says Rusty. : .
"Where from. Mr. Rustedt". 4
"Where from!" exolalmt the applicant, wbo
doesn't comprehend why the Hon. Secretary bas
forgotten mm. "oquam, sir,--ne adds, vebe.
neatly, "nicnara Kusty, qi cqnam."
1 "An, yea., I remember. .Massachusetts
J'-. . . . (,..: ., ' ah iii' V:lm i d 1:
"NO, alfl lonneoicus."
"Yea, yes. Exactly. . New England all lie
same. When d'you arrive, Mr. Rusted?" '
.. A month ago, 'n more. 1 Now, what I'd Ilk
to know, sir, ta, am I to bare uj offioa?'! t .
.nifiMt Whai offioe. alrl TV '
"What offioe!" roars Rustr. amared
"what office!" Wby, tbe one I asked for, of
Well, really Mr. Squam, we are overwhelm.
ea wun ousiness, yoa observe"
-n-uBiy is my nam, sir; Kosty, if you
VVery very, indeed, I assure you," says the
"Sir?" exclaimes tbe applicant, perplexed
"Great confusion terrible rush for avar
thing, yoa see no time to eat or sleep but your
Itaat At. 111 a a . .
ii nie matter win oe uuiy attended to "
"can-i yoa nx it now I" Ins sta Rustv.
"Impossible, until I can examine your vouch-
"Here they be," aays Rusty, In triumph. :
"Yei. Go to Mr. File Clerk No. 21 and
" , 7 .. 7 . . :
"No, I shan't," adds Rusty, bravely. "No.
s Ir! You can't come that, you know, no more
ou me! I've been there! He sent me to
Wblte, he to Drab, be to Brown, h to Ore, ha
to Green and so on to Blue, Grizzle and Biack.
That's played out, Mr. Secretary. So. a'ooiliie
you sign, right here "
Kealiy, Mr Musty, I should be glad-"
"Rusty, air." : .
"Yes. Rusted, should be dad hnt ,,
thing in course, you know. Must have system,
you eee. -
Iheu yon won't sign 7"
Can't at present, reallv." sava tha Secre
Mr. Richard Rusty, in hU ra?o. dollberatol.
toars his documents into shreds, and scatters
mem in tne grate, exclaiming
"in all riffbt. Mr. finnrUr Ta Kin
fooled, I have. I come here ail tbe way irom
Squam, spent nigh a hund'ed dollars, worn out
two good pair o' boots a-trottln' up an' down
these steps, and I give it up I do. I'll go home
to-morrow: an' if VOU ever eatnh ma e-akekin'
office la this high old town again, you ean just
uut ray toroni, an-1 won-1 grumble. Good by,
tur. nuu aum-oec tary. ' t
"Good by," responds tbe head of the De
mm I J , - L. I - n ... .. "
partment, with a smile: and Mr. Richard Rnat.
retires, packs his caroet baor. and rtnrna tn
Sqnam, a wiser and a better man. - ' -How
many "ichard RRostya" bave returned
irum nBsoingioo in is season, with such a big
"uea in Ibeear" as tbe above denotes?. Certes,
uiut c tuau une; -
The Bottom of the Sea.
uur investiaatlona a-o to aho that tha
earing waves and the mightiest billows of the
ocean repose, not upon hard or troubled beds,
uut upuu cuaaiom oi stilt water; tbat every
where at tbe bottom of tbedeeo aea tha anli.1
ribs of the earth are protected, a with a gar
ment, from tbe abraiding action of its ourrcnts;
that the cradle of its restless' waves is lined by
a atratum of water at rest, or so nearly at rest
that it can neither wear nor move tbe lightest
bit of drift that once lodire there. Tha nnl.
form appearance cf these microtome shells, and
the almost total absence amonc- them nf
aediment from the sea or foreign matter, sug
gest most forcibly tbe idea of perfect repose at
thf1ottom of tbe sea. Some of the specimens
are as pure and aa free from sea sand aa the
iresn tallen snow flake is from the dust of the
earth. Indeed these soundings almost provs
that theses, like the snow cloud with its flakes
in a cairn, la always letting fall upon its
bed showers of these minute shells; and we
may readily imaeine that tha r.i,.
which strew its bottom are, In the pro.
cess of ages, bidden under this discv
ing, presenting the rounded appearance which
is aeen over the body of tbe traveler who h.
perlabed in the snow storm. The ocean, esne-
cially within and near the tropica, awarma with
life. The remains of myriads of moving thing
are conveyed by currents, and scattered and
lodged in tbe course of time all over Its bottom.
This process, continued for agea, bas covered
tbe depths of the ocean as with a menti. mn.
siiiiDg oi organisms as delicate as boar-frost,
uu ugut in tne water aa aown is la tbe air.
The tooth Of running water ta war aharn a..
how the Niagara has cut its way through layer
layer ui aoiiu rocs. j3ut wnat is tne Ni
agara, with all the fresh water courses of the
world, by tbe side of the great currents of ocean?
And what ia the pressure of fresh water uoon
river beds in comfariaon with the pressure of
ocean water upon the. bottom of the deep sea?
It Is not ao great by contrast aa tha a-nttara in
the streets are to tbe cataract. Then wh h.v.
uvtuie currents oi tne sea worn its bottom
Simply because have
they not been per
mitted to get down to it. AU th Year Round.
Gymnastics for the Eyes.
Dr. Holland Is now writing. In tha fini-lnofl.M
Repnblioan, a series of essays entilted "Rumln.
atiooa." In the first chapter he speaks thought
fully and beautifully of the Inflinty which lies
below us tbe wonders which are discoverable
In little things. Here is an Illustration, fmm
which be deduces a valuable lesson:
these thoughts come to me. borne he rerr.ln
memories. 1 remember a venerable gentle
man of Buffalo Dr. Scott who did. andh
still does, very great things In a very small way.
At tbe age of aeveoty he became consoloas of
decaying power of vision. Being professional ly
physician and naturally a Dhilosoner. ha eon.
ceived the idea that the eye might be Improved
what he denominated a series of "ocular
gymnastic." He, therefore, undertook to ex
ercise bis eyea upon the formation of mlnnte
letters working upon them until the ornna ha.
gan to be weary, and then, like a prudent man,
reeling tor ooura. cy progressing siowly and care
fully, he became, at last, able to do wonders In
the way of fine writing, and also became able
read the newspapers without glasses. (Here's
hint for some clever Yankee aa good as a
fortune.) Now, 'reador, prepare fort Bt
story i but be assured that it la true, and that
my hands have bandied and my eyes seen tbe
things of which I tell you. At the age of seven
lit. aooit wrote upon an enamelled card
with a stile, on space exactly eaual to that' of
one side of a three cent piece The Lcrd's Pray-
Iia A nn.111 f?Ai1 Ik. I U1 .- .Yl
CI, ,w. ..jnnnm vl VUU UD I .nil, U tBB 1 CU
Virgins, the Parable of the Rich man and Las
arus, the Beatitudes, tbe fifteenth Psalm, tha
one hundred and twentyeth Psalm, the one
hundred and thirty-third Psalm, the one hund
red and thirty-first Psalm, and the figures "19
fa'U. " Every word, every letter and every punc
tuation, of all these passages, waa written ex
quisitely onjthls minute space.fand that old man
not only saw every mark be made, but had tbe
delicacy ot muscular action and steadiness of
nerve to form tbe letters ao beautifully that
they abide the teat of tbe highest magnifying
power. They were, of course, written by mi
One of Daniel Webster's Anecdotes.
Webster had an anecdote of old Father Searl.
the minister of his boyhood, which has never
been tn print, and which is too good to be lout.
It was customary to wear bnckakln breechea in
cold weather. , una Sunday mordtng in the au
tumn. Father Bear! brought down his from
tbe garret; but tbe was pa had taken DoaseMinn
of tbem during tha summer, and were baring a
nioe time of it In them. By dint of effort, he rot
out tbe intrude end droeaed for meet ing. Bat
wnue reaamg toe scriptures to the congrega
tion, he felt a dagger from one of the enraa-ed
small walated fellows, and jumped around the
pulpit, slapping nis' thighs. - Mat the more he
slapped and danced,,tbe more they stunt .i . The
people thought him craiy, and were in commo
tion as to what to do; but be explained the mat
tr by saying, "Brethren, don't be alarmed; the
Word of God is in my mouth, but the Devil is
In my breeches!" Webster always told it with
17. The English travellers complain that they
are ao hurried in our hotela and so little In oar
stage coaches- An Irish traveller took a differ
ent view of the case. 1' Honest Pat oamo in at
one o'clock, and waa called np in half an hour.
"And what will va charge for the bit of a
lodging?" i-id!" .r- d M-rA ! :, ,: , .
"Twenty-five eeuts," waa tha reply.
lit-. ..... (. klnA nf ' II
. .wi . -" .m. v. j m, auv bo
alrlyijf I'd slept till morning, I'd not had tbt
money to pay tot Din:"
! ThxToothichc "Mr dear frlr-nd." said If.
"I can cure your toothache tn ten minutes "
"How?" I Inquired. "Do It In pity." "Instsnt
ly," said be.. "Have yoa any alum?" "Yea."
-cring ii ana some common salt." Tbay were
prouueeu. ray inena pulverized them, mixed
tbem in equal quantities, then wet a small piece
i vonou, causing ui mixea powder to adhere,
nd placed it In my hollow tooth. "There," aald
ne, -if mat doe not cure yoa , 1 will forfeit my
uenii. i ou may mi mis to every one, and pub
lish It everywhere. Tbe remedy Is infallible."
It was aa he pradioted. Oo tbe Introduction of
tbe mixed alum and salt. I exoerienced a aen-
aauon oi coiaoess, ana witn It oeased tho tor
ment or tbe toothache.
An AwroL CoNrLaosATiois nnurm n,
Pittsburgh D'upateh learns from a reliable
source, yet can scarcely believe it possible, that
congregation iu xouugstoan, ra., were lately
edified by a discourse sgsiust the sinking of oil
wells, ou tbe around that God intended than
on deposit lor some general coufligratlon, or
other purpose, which was being interfered with
uy iu wen oorers.
Wisn An vice Coventry Patmore, in
new poem, gives tbe following advice!
. "Bo let noman.lndeiperats mood,
Wed a dull girl became she's good."
Til which one might add:
' "An I let no woman. In her illpht.
Wed a man because he's brin Lit "
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Scrofula, or( King's Evil
ts a constitutional disease, a corruption of Aa
blood, by which this fluid become vitiated, i
and poor. Being in the c&culation, tt.
pcrvadea tlie whole body, and may borat out r r.
w disease on any part of it- Ko organ ia tree
from its attack, nor ia there one which it saay , , -not
destroy, lhe scrofulous taint ia variously i
caused by mercurial disease, low living, die-" '
ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, BltltlTi
and filthy habits, the depressing vioss, end, -o
above nil, by the venereal infection. What- ' ,J
ever be iu origin, it ia hereditary in the con ' . ,
irtitution, dcnding " from parenu to children -t' V
unto the third and fourth generation ; " indeed, y
it teems to be the rod of Him who says, "I -will
visit the iniquiUes of the fathera upon t
thcit clilldren."-,m 7T
Its effects commence by deposition from the
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in . v
the lungs, liver, and internal organ, is termed
tubercles; in the glands, awellingai and on' s
the surface, enrptione or sores. Thiafbuleor.
ruption, wliich genders in the Mood, depresses
the energies of life, so that scrofulous constito- '
t'u "t only suffer from aexofuiona cons-. u
piumts, tut Uiey nave tar less power to with- r
stand the attacks of other diseases conse
quently vast numbers perish ty disordera
which, although not awofulous in their nature.
are stul rendered llital bv thi taint in tha V
sj-stem. Most of tlie eonaumntion which da-l
cunates the human family has its origin directly
in this scrofulous contamination t and manv
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain.
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or -ore
aggravated by the same cause. ' ' :
One Quarter of all our rjeonle are acroflilon ;
their persona are invaded by this lurking in-'!
faction, and thoir health is underninarl- br ia-' -
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
the blood by an alterative medicine, and in
n'sornte it by healthy food and exercise '
fiuch a medicine wo buttdIt ia - :
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical . .
skill of our times ean devise for thie every
where Tjrevailin and fktnt tnalarlw. Ir ! Mm. -
blned from tlie most active remediala that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul -
disorder from the blood, and tlie rescue of tho
Sstem from its destructive consequences." 1 "
ence it should be employed for the cure of CX
not only Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions which arise from it, such as Eaurriva ,
and Skin Diseases, St. Anthony's Finn, ' '
Kobb, or Erysipelas, Pimple's, PusTtass,
Blotches, Blains and Boils, Tvmobs, Tirrn
and bALT Khkuk, soald Head. JKniawoxx. .': .
Kiirumatisii, Syphilitic and Mbbcuhial Dis
eases, Dkopst, Dyspbpsu, DebilityT and, '7
indeed, all Complaints ahisino rsox Vitu-
ted oh Impure Blood. The popular belief
in "inmwitv oftJi blood " is founded in truth. ' '
for scrofula is a degeneration of tlie blood. The ' '
particular purpose and virtue of thie Sorsapo-: ?- ,
rilla is to purify and regenerate thia vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible in
roa THE SPEXDT CUBE or
Intermittent FTer, or Fever and A erne,
Remittent Fever, Chill Fewer, Dumb '
A frue, Periodical Headache, or Billon . ,
Headache, mud Billon Fewer, Indeed
for th whole clae of dleeaee orlsrlnat
Ing In biliary derangement, eauaad by
tha Malaria of Miaamatle Countries.
We arc ensiled here to offer the community a
remedy which, while it cure the above complaint
with certainty, ia still perfectly harmless in any
quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in districts '
where these afflicting disordera prevail. Thi
"Cure" expel the miasmatic poison of Fever
and AotiB from the system, and prevents the de
velopment or the disease, If taken on the first ap- ' '
prosch of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only. . '
the best remedy ever vet discovered for thi elaaa
of complaints, out also the cheapest. The large
quantity we supply for a dollar brings it within the -
reach ot every body ; and in bilious districts, where
Fever, and Aoub prevails, every body should
have it and use it freely both for cure and nrotee. "
tion. A great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the apeedy and oertain.
cure of Intermittent is that it oontaina no Quinine - ?
or mineral, consequently it produce no quinism or
other injurious effects whatever upon the constitu
tion. Ihose cured by it are left as healthy aa if
they had never had the disease.
1' ever and Ague is not alone the consequence of ' -the
miasmatic poison. A great variety of diaor- . .
tiers arise from its irritation, among which are -JSeuraloia,
Rheumatitm, Gotd, Headache, Blind- '
ness, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, AtiAma.Pai- '
fntation. Pain ful Affection of the Spleen, Hyster
ic, Pain in the Bowel, Coke, Paralytit sad De
rangement of the Stomach, all of which, when '
originating in this cause, put on the irirermirtonf
tvpe, ot become periodical.. This " Ctrai " expels
the poison from the blood, and coneequently cure
them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to
immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing in the malarious districts. If taken occa- "
sionally or daily while exposed to the infection, '
that will be excreted from th system, and cannot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis
ease. Hence it is even more valuable for protec
tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from Inter -mittents
if they avail themselves of th protection
this remedy affords. -
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And by Drnrirl.t! and Doalera erery where.
Curt (Jough, Cold, Boarun, Jmlu-
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throat. HtHeo Me AncMag OouyA ;
in OontumptioH, Bronheili, Atiha- ,
ma, and Catarrh, Clear and gio
Krmgtl to th totce of . T,'
Few are aware of the Importane of cheeking a Ooarh ,
"Common gold" in lis um nare; mat wnicn in the
bfitanlne would yield to a mild remedy. If neeleeted, ' . -
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containing demulcent ingredients, allay Pulmonary and ' ' '
Bronehial Irritation. ... ; r ;
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"Ilave proved extremely terrtorabl for
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"Almost instant relief ia the dUtrreetof
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BBV. D. W. WARREN,
i Botton. j
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, atv.s. r.ivtstsuus, . -Ht
"Rrracrtiat. la remoTlnt Hoareeneea and 1
Irritation of theTbrrat, so emiaoa wiih . ,
arBABkaa and Bisunt."
. Prof. rTACT JOHNSON :
i . . -j Xa trano. da., ,
Teacher of Muile, Boutbera '
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preaokisg. ae they prerent Hoarsen see. from .
ibeir put '. I think they will be ef per '
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asv . SI. HUWLll, A- , j
President of Athens College, Tenn. 1
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