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DAILY, TRI-WEItLTf AJtfli WEEKLY
MANYPENNY i MILLER, ;
eVMllB.) Bl, riD'PBOPBIIOB
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XT Office Mot. 86, 88 and 40, Forth High St
TIIM8 INVARIABLY IN ADVAIf CB .
Dally ",.';',V" : ' I8 00 per year,
" By tne wRUTi pat week, eenta
rrl-WejUy , . . . 8 00
eriu ol Advertising; by the Squre
n square I ytai...90 00
One. " U months 1H 00
n ' B month IS 00
ne 3 month! 10 00
Dne S months 8 Ml
One ' ' ' l month. - ( 00
One square I weeks.. 00
On " B weU.. 00
On " lwek... 1 75
On " 3 day... 1 00
On " 9 day... 75
On ' ' lloeerUon 60
Iriiplaycd advcrtlnmeDt half mar thed the abors
ratci. . ' ,
Adveit!ffiment lJed end placed In the column Of
nneriai Notices, aouou im ordinary rait.
KM notices reqnlreQto bepabllihedby law, legs! rates,
1 1 ordered on tne innae exclusively alter tne nrst week
per cent, more tnan tne aboT rates; tint all laon Wil
iPler in tne Trt-Weelcly wltboatcbarre. .
lualnessCanls,notexoeeding ttyellnei, per year, Iv
side, tiU per line: outside ti. ,
Notices of mectliigi,clixrlUiblesocIetli,8re companies,
Mltratuitnt advtrtUemmU must b paid or Ut
I'lniKC Te rule will not be Tarleefrem. -
Wtkly, same price se the Dally, where the arertlill
sestho Weekly alone. When Tie Dally and Weekly
ire bntnusnd, then the oharg Urthe Weekly Will k
nir tne rates or tne Daily
Ho adrcrtliiement taken except tor t deflnlU period,
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
"Corner Spring k Water Ktm.,
Oolu.xa.1ovuB , Olxlo
W. B. POTTS & CO.,
And Uanufacturers of Bras and Oomposltlo Castings,
iiunuta urass rrora oi an vcscnpuons.
Electro Plating and Gilding ! !
STENCIL CUTTING, &C.
F. A. B. SIMZDIS,
Attorney at Tjcljv.
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
OBce Ambis UnllJIng, opposite Capitol Square.
' COLUMBUS. OHIO;
Machine Manufacturing Company
laniOTDUM or . , .
STEAM ENGINES k BOILERS,
tMtingt, XUi eoarlng, KMhlnar.
o 0000 ej'wesl '
- - - SLtO, -
,. of mat DKournoH. ".
COLT7JTJTIU8, OUIO. ,
0HAB. AM DOS, gnti'l
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton & Indianapolii!
Through to lndiaotDolis without Change of Cari
nd bat One Change of Can between ''.
" Columbus and St. Louie.'.; i
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
,..,.,.,, bus. . :,, ...
v- : FIRST TRAIN.
1 ' ' " (Dally, Mondays excepted.) .
NIOtrt liPRKSS, ia Laytnn, at SMS B., stop
ping at London, Xenta, Dtyton, Ulddletowa and Hamil
ton, arrlvlun at Cincinnati at 8:20 a. ss-iPaytoa at 5:45
a. m., Indianopolls at 10:48 a. m.;tt. Louis at 11:50
P "' 8KQOND TRAIN. , V ' .
. ACCOMMODATION, si 6:10 a. s.,stopplD at all 8ta
tloni between Colnmbns and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
rirlng at Cincinnati 11:01 a. m., EytonatB:15a. m.,
Indianopolls al iS p. m.
i .. THIRD TRAIN. i.
DAT IXNtt83,st C:30p. m., itopplor at Alloa,
Jefferson, London, Charleston, Cedarrlll, Zenla,
Spring Valley, Corwlo, Morrow, Deerfleld, roster's.
Loveland, MUllbrdand Plalnrllle, arriTlog at Cincln
oati at 7:20 p. m., St. Louis at IS m; Dsjton at S 31 p.
B.i Indlanopolliatl0:3dp. m.
Sleeplnt: Care on all Night Train to
Cloclanatl and Indtanapolla.
DAOGAOE ; CIIECHJEDt) TnhoTJOn.
for farther Information and Through Ticket, apply to
...... M. L. DOHKRTY,
Ticket Agent, Union Depot, Columbus, Ohio. -al.
- ! v ; ! i JNO. W. DOHKBII -
Jul3 ' ;'- 1 Agent, Column,
AMERICAN i WATCHES5;
CALL AT NO: 83, SOUTH IIIOH ST.,
and eiimln out now soak of
manufactured by B. HOWARD 00 , Boston, Han.
Tbss Watches are far superior to anything erer off red
to the public heretofore. Baring the exoluslr sgency,
I can sell them at prloea to salt the times. I hare Just
recelTtU a large stock of f 'it ,
'AMERICAN' WATCHES,,; "
Bannfaetured by APPLXI0N, TKACT, At 00 S alss,
fin assortment of . . . .
JBNGLI8U AND SWISS WATCHES,
. la Gold and Silver Cases, at Panto prices,
jen3 . W.J. SAT AOS.
f" j'w' jnitBeeelTtd! " .
lAA J1' fH CHEEK and BLACK
lUUI a.AS loo bags prim Bis Cone.
1 AO pookeu old Datoh QoTernmuit Jar Coffee,
1 5 bags Ceylon Coffee. , .
gO"bbls. euodard Whit Ingars, eonslsHng of Pow
i dred, Chrushed, translated A and B Coffee.
50 quintals George Bank Oodllsh.
gObbls. Mess and Hp. 1 Mackaral. v
S to. Pick Salmon. ' . . r .
100 bx. Layer Balalns. ! . ,v"j.; . ,.
ftO hf . bon do , do , ... ,, ., ,; . ,, .
" 100 qr. bos do d . , .
-100 at Cigars, different brands and trade.' r ''
noyj7 ..... wm. Mcdonald.
And Elank-Sook Hanuftinturer, '
K0RTH EI0H ITRZZT, OOLUKBUI, OHIO
' FAIIIILY ' FLOCIta
VfrniTK WHEAT, BUANDED , .
from " Bamett Mills," Sprtngnsld, 0 the best brand of
Hoar brought to our Market. BetUfaetlon guaranteed.
or sal only at WM. MoDONALD'S,
norUT -- 1Q3 South High street.
' A J
LUXANlba KI1 VLOVKk,
V All sl and toWlf Just opened at BATHS,
, I. (4
J.Svuta nigh street.
k STONE'S BAZAAR.
yA. P. STONE & O'IIaMU
A be no tr RECEIVING TnEI a WIN
XX 1KB SOOD8, and IdtIW the public to Inspect
tlwa. ' No such stock of Good, has rrer been Drought to
this market. To Booth, In noossqsea of the failure
," iron crop, naa not Dten able to parehas the ns
al quantity of nth goods, aud this fsot has forced tne
Importers to sell them at public auction. Onr buyer
!' etone; oeing in new xork at mess large sales, took
sdrsntaf of them, and we eaa and will sell onr goods
amim, n leie man any on wno pnronasea two weeks linos,
paid for them in New York.. Oar stock lsoomplst In
wiwij wHiruuva( Ol
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
OTTOMAN VELOURS, , ,
PRINTED MERINOS, '
' . - DVED COBTJQ3
BLACK ALPACAS, , ; , . ,r ,
FANCY WOVEN FABRIC8,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
, POPLINS, PRINTS,
SHAWLS itlD CLOAKS
'ive Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Dy, ,
At one hall the Cost of Inapoitatlon
In all Varletle. of the Celebrated
Plannfatnre of C. O. Onn
there Sc Son,
Hen's, Ladle and Children's Under Shirts and Drawsrs
Ladles, Misses and Children's Hosiery of all kinds. In
Wool and Lamb's Wool: fleeer Lined and Cotton fllores
oi erery suave.
' ALSO '
A complete aaeoctmont of all the usual rarie
tietof i ,
Ladies and Gent's Linen Cambrio Hand
kerchiefs, ft o., &o.
persons who sail on as, ws plsdg onr words to
mem tne largest, best ana cheapest stock ot uoodi
erer seen In this market, or pay thsm one dollar per
nour wnue looBing.
aeci-OlJltUWltW. BTOMB g'HABKA.
ATHROP, LUD1NGT0N & CO.
23 & 25 PASK PLACE,
20 &'22 MURRAY STREET,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Foreign and Domestic
FOR CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT.
i SPRING 1861
W are openlnr. at ouramnl warerooms. at the abors
nnmbsrs. stocks of Ooods In each of the six departments
or our koala, superior to anything w bar be re le ore
exmoiioa to tne yaue. ., , . , , , ,
CLOTH DEPARTMENT. '
This ha trown tbltenresent msmltad ander the
thoreagh Bsnsirement of buyer of long experience and
acknowledged good last. We keep extensire Unas of
tne nnesi ana choicest . -.. , , ,
! FANCY VESTlfiJCS
, , a i . and
To be found In the market, all selected with the sloest
dlsarimlcaUon. Also, ail grades, colors and varieties
Ti- SATINETS, o -r.v .. .
i . LADIES' CL0AINNG3,
1 ABMIE8' ana MXaOHAllTS' OiSSIUIftls, ,
KBNTCCKT JBAS8, from M to JSX tenU per yard
I and upwards;
TWXEDS, 12X to 15 cenb per yard-last year sold at
...iT..-. ,- rj nt0: -' n -:
i i PBINT1D SATIN STS, at M cents;
j And other Qoodt eorrttpandinglji Lou.
" I Dress-Goods Department.
Manchester De Lalnes,
' Hamilton do.
PactAo do. ' ' V
Printed Lawn, r.
Printed Brllllanlas, ;
Fancy Olnghams, , . 4 ,
Black Bilks, '"" " '
Paney Silks. .
Printed Cha'lts, '
VaaehestOT Oinghasas, '
Olasgow " do..
Clinton do. , ,,
Ottoman Cloths, '
Alpacas, , .
Andtht Neit Select Stylt of
FANCY SPRING GOODS.
Herrlmae Prints, 'l. " Richmond's Prints, ' "
Cocbeeo do. ' ' - '''Amertean do. ' "''
Psdllo do.. ).1 DunMll" t do. "
Sprag' rdo. - - ..Bsgllah , -,do.
Manchester, dtc. Print. Aq - j ( ... .
I IXaCECSTIO COTTONB. i '
Lawrence 0. Sheetings, ' Atlsalle A. Sheetings, (
Btartt do. Amoskeaf . . do.
Lathrop do. . Applston do.
Bhawmut - " do.: . Ireratt : ' ' do. V
Pocaseet do. CUca, ., ,., do.
BLIACrUD SBBtTIKOS , and bhiitinos . '
. Wansutta, Dwight, LtwTenoe,
f Loosdale, ."CMniTBreat Pll," 'B!rWttmktf. '
ti", , . .Waltham, , . .. Boott, ,
I,, ' , , Mew !ork Mills, tee., A,' ; . .: ,
A LAIQE AND SXLICT 1B80ATMINT.
COTTON ADIS a great Tarlety.
OHK0K8 , ' , , do- .
TICKINQS all the feadln fcrsndi.
DBNIMS da.- io. . . V f 1
SBIRTINO SrEIPIS-all thtletdiog brands. - .
NANK1BNS f riji ! do. I ;- la.. . s'
OOhBET JEANS do. do. "''
MOBSSNS ' ' T) do. : ,11 --i t v:i,;'i
DAMASKS, PAPXR 0AMBEIC8, COLORE CAM-
BRIC3, Ac, Ac
LARGE "AND COMPLETE STOCKS OF
man ooous, , ; v .
'. ; .HOSIERY, i ,., . -, . ,
I ' . TABUS BOtlOHf,..
Gentlemen's Foraishiij Goods, :
t -i UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS, '
j CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS,
And great 'yarlety of floods not enumerated ir of
which w pledge oursetye to sell at th lovut nutrhtt
Ces the larger portion at from 10 to 30 per oent. lest
lathrop, ludington & co.;
mart i i-l--. . j , . j. ...... .
, :.'Jn6h Linen Oooda,; ; .
WARBAMTGD B7ABIRIO ' ' ' "
u L!"U.!Slr om iai and Paney
" . - i Shlniagaad Boaeoi Ltneie. 7 J
. tinea Uhetlne and Ullotr Oaslngt.
' ." ' ,. . ...,. Osnbrtceaod Lena; Uwnf. ' '
'.'.;r ; lto it4MHMihrj,,n .
I r.i.i '"""'"laandDUpW.
i ( . Llnaa ntpklnean D Oylle i j "
' 5 Linen Table Cloth and eatla DenHuktvM r .a .
J I Linen Towels with colored tvrtr. . ;
r. . ;lSOriBsnOralj
' I : . tsaltowpri..T V,M,('
OHIO STATESMAN 'S T E A it
HarlDf Increased its already
Is fully prepared to xscute in th
MOST ELABORATE MANNER,
THE LATEST STYLES,
urns EX ADS,
And every descripUon of
LETTER PRESS PRINTING,
Bqnal to any SrUbllahment In th Stat, and upon
terms which wlU compare fayorably with lis
leading E altera Printing Bouses. '
liaTine; rerjr FaoiUty to aid tJm
in Trrt PBODffonoif o?
W offer our serrloe to an who nay desire that class
W aars somitcM win ottr XsUbUihoeiit s '
BLANK BOOK BINDERY,
Prom which we produce th
Zl3XeSBt XSlAUOX. UPVfli
and rax voer
8DTB BAIL ROAD BLABZ BOOKS.
Is adnlttod to be
COMPLETE IN FACILITIES,
AM TBS MOST
: PERFECT IN ORGANIZATION
In this City, and w may add,
WE WILL FAVORABLY COMPAEE
Printtag Bosie In tlie Weet.
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Gents Linen Khirt Collars,
rVP SVPERIOB arALTTT.IN OAK.
V BOTB, Blaadlajt, Byren, PerHgnay, Renfrew and
ether new ihapes. Bassaed Pok Haadkcrehlefs. Meek
tie. Stocks, StrMt and Bewnlng 0lm, Half Ho f
very kind, Under Garment and all kinds of Oebta' Pur
labial wood la great Tarlety sad at modermt prloe.
'."-".- BAIN A SON,
fsbSa M. 9 Sewth B1fh etnes.
ALTLtUS 1'UrtEAD LACB MITTS
at OMiraat aaallttaa en LaAlaat aia. MlaeaV Uitta
BfSanritw . . .t, . , - m glAAM'S. t
asaya , .
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. 1 00
' Tri Weekly, ft rear.
Weekly., per yai ..m. ...... ..-.....
Correspondence of the N. Y. News.]
Visit to and Saturday—The
Museum of Look at Pompeii—
Ascent to Vesuvius—A Look into the Crater,
NAPLES, Feb. 28, 1861.
Diaa i 81dc my last we taken
adieu of the Eternal City, and are now where
the balmy breeze of the South are anppoaed to
fan our brows. I gay "oppoaed," because the
weather here la almost as coiu. as we leu it in
Paris, and not a day paaaea without more or lea
of rain. When the sun does deign to shine,
whloh has eoourred several day for an hour or
an. wa find It excsediDalr warm out of the
shade; bnt when he returns again behind dark
clouds, It becomes oold enough for an overcoat.
I brought some thin underclothing from Paris,
Ont bare found 11 ueeieae, aa jek, '
And now, I suppose, you desire to know how
I am pleased with Naples. Notwithstanding
tbe weather I most anewer that I am charmed
with almost everything 1 se here, r irst oi an
la Its beautiful aituatlon and surroundings its
magnlfioent bay, glorious beyond description-
end, finally, tbe charming aspect oi toe city
Itself, with its lively-bued bouses and its gay
inhabitants, ever laughing and in motion. We
have been here bnt three days, and, of oourse,
in that short time bare had but littlo opportu
nity for sight seeing. Within the city itself
there is comparatively little of special interest.
The whole of our first day was spent in the
vast Museum Borbonico, where is deposited tbe
greatest eolleotion of antiquities in the world.
The ancient statuary and paintings there
are very fine, but the great centre of interest is
tbe relics brougnt irom rompeu ana nercuia
nenm, whenoe everything portable and beau
tiful has been sere transported. Here one
wanders moos labyrinth of such remain?,
and all of these are as perfect ai tbe day tney
were buried beneath tbe burning showers from
Vesuvius. 8talues and vases, paintings and
mosaics, instruments domestic agricultural,
musical, eurglcal, &o. tables and chairs, orna
ments of cold and precious atones, and all
beautifully arranged, surround tbe visitor on
every side. One even sees the skeletons of sol
diers remaining within their armors, and in one
room la shown. In a nardenea remnant oi stones
and ashes conglomerated, the perfect imprint of
tbe bead, neck, arm ana breast oi a young gin.
During tbe reign of Francis II; it cost quite a
sum to visit this Museum, the guardian of each
department exacting a fee. It Is now, however,
entirely free to the public; so much so that the
guardians absolutely refuse money for keeping
your umbrella or oaoe safe something noheard
of. In fact, the Government of Victor Eman
uel is working miracles of reform here. The
city is full of Sardinian aoldiers, and every
thing is as quiet and orderly as in Paris itself.
The day alter our journey tnrougn toe muse
um, we obtained permission to visit the Palace,
occupied so lately by the yonng Bourbon. I
really pitied him as I looked through bis mag
nificent home, more cheerful and epleadid than
y palace I have seen In trance.
To dav we have spent at Pompeii, and It has
bees most interesting one, I assure yon. No
thing but personal visit can give any Idea or
the charm which hangs about tbese pefeot re
mains of city of tbe Komanbmplre. Walking
through those now detolste streets, and gasing
into those beautiful houses wanting aoarce any
thing bnt their former occupants to render them
perfect, and wa are carried back almost 2.000
years to the gay and lascivious days of this once
elegant city. Bulwer taae added immooielv to
the intereit which one feels io survey it g tbese
ruins, and as 1 stood in tbe amphitheatre; uiu-
eus and Arbaoes seemed to rise before me, while
without I beard the gentle step of blind Nydis,
eoming to save tbe one she loved so bopeloosly.
Tbe first lear day we snail ascena Vesuvi
us, which is now very inactive, scarce any
smoke riaing from its gxlm top; then a few diys
In excursions about Naples, and we shall start
FLORENCE, March 8, 1861.
Dta : resume my pen to
you know how far I have proceeded upon my
Italian trip, every step of which seem to be
more full of pleasure and delight than the last.
In my letter of a week ago, I gave you a brief
account of what I bad then seen in Naples, end j
log with a short description' Of my visit to ,tbe
olassle remains of Pompeii. Alter' that we
made several excursions to the environs ot tbe
olty, whose surroundings are justly regarded as
tbe moss Deautuui in tne woria. -out ny iar
the most important of tbese trips was that to tbe
summit of Vesuvius. We left Naples early one
ornlnsT. and after ft ride of an hour and half,
stopped at little town called Reeina, at the
foot o! the mountain. Here Mrs. A. and Dr. K.
mounted ft couple of ponies, very similar to
those upon which we ascended Mount Washing
ton. while Mr. A. and I started off upon that
safer and more-to-be-depended-upon animal,
oalled "shank's mare." The asoent now com
menced over huge masses or lava, whose ap
pearanoe, more than anything else, impresses
tbe mind with ft sense of the mighty power at
work underneath. It is almost Impossible for
me to give you any just idea of the arpeot pre
sented by this lava, surpassing anything which
had ever imagined before. Io color it is
blaek nd Its bugs masses are rolled out ooe
after the other in the most fantastic lorms,
fenerftlly resembling, more than aoyihiog else
eaa think of, immense crullers! In some
placee it if aot yet cooled, though cast up years
ago, but smokes in spots along tba narrow road
which baa been made upon its surface,. After
an hour and ft half's travel over this desolate
which is as hard as flint, wa arrived
st little house, oauea 1 the hermit
age," where we rested s ' few , minutes,
and refreshed ourselves with some wine and
oranges end then Started on. Another hour
aoros tne same sort oi material nrongni ns to
the foot of the Cone, and here the equestrians
of aw patty had to dismount Mr.' A. was
now ensconced In ft sort of ohair, which was
mounted upon the shoulders Of four men, who,
tor dollar each, afford this easy means of
surmounting the most difficult part of the as
eent. The rest of us started off bravely on foot,
being followed by s crowd ot men, with offers
of assistance,' by means of ropes which are
attached to them, and to which the wearied
traveler clings and 1 drawn np after them. All
ef us rejected these offers at first bnt after I
had climbed about ten minutes I looked down
and was amused to see K. and A. clinging "ilk
trim death" to ft couple of assistants. At for
me. after having traversed owltterland On foot,
I thought it beneath my dignity to accept even
half ft dollar's worth of help so I toiled no
ward; andarrived the first on tbe summit. But
it wee three quarters or an nour or tbe nardeat
work I ever underwent. Imagine a cone. 1,000
feet in height, consisting ot nothing but loose
pieoes of lava which roll away, from under yon
snd of loose sand Into which one sinks np to
his ankles It was truly two- steps forward and
one baokward ,nd that, too, np an almost per
pendicular ascent. Bnt we all surmounted It
finally, and arrived on tbe edge of the immense
crater. Here it was ft terrific sight." As we
rated into it, vast volumes of sulphuric vanor
rose np, almost concealing entirely the dp
sbyss, and .nearly stifling us occasionally with
their lumee as m same tuuo uuu.iuuei explo
sion, loud at thunder, succeeded each xtber.
ending off with deep rumblings beneath our
feetf and huge fragments Ot rock were east
straight ap thousands ot feet,and fell back Into
the yawning month which vomited them forth.
About ns were heaped tremendous pilee of pure
sulphur; snd on digging down two or three inch
es under onr feet with our slicks, we arrived at
a mass of molten sulphur which bnrned to ash
es snythlng with whloh it oame la eontact We
remained upon the tumtniujibout half an hour,
and then left, without tgratdeal of rtludsnet!
1 selected ft' spot to descend the Cone Where
there was nothing but sand and Mbed put?
ting my stick behind me as a rudder, in the
manner taught me by Swiss guides, called down
in nva minutes exactly, it took tba others
bout twelve minutes K. and Mrs. A now re
sauted their steeds, and A. also took ooe, being
mo urea to continue on root, i marcnea ahead
all the way back to Resloa, where onr oarriaee
f . - J . u . I , .1 .
awaiieu us to near us nasi to too City. .
We retired early that night, and the next day
the whole party, except myself, were entirely
used up. I assure you that I felt it no more
than If I bad taken an afternoon stroll down
Broadway; so you ean imagine bow strong I am
and what eocd health I continue to enfov. '.
On Tuesday, 5th, we embarked on a stoamer,
and after encountering terrific gale, which
our vessel bore splendidly, (but which I didn't,
as I was quite sea sick,) we arrived at Leehorn
early yesterday morning. Wa spent yesterday
nIPisa (between Leghorn and Florence), saw
all tbe sights there, including tbe renowned
Leaning Tower, and reached this city last night.
a oare noi oeen out oi me notei yet, my first da
to send news to loved
A Southern Census Marshal in Need.
We published, a few weeks since, a letter from
Mr. Kennedy, superintendent of the Census de
partment, to a Southern Census marshal who
applied lor tbe salary due him. statins' tha ,
sons wby tbs money had not been paid. Below
we give toerejoinaer or tne marshal:
MACON, GA., March 27.
J. C. G. KENNEDY, EsQ.,
J. C. G. KENNEDY, EsQ., Sup't Census, Washington, D. C.
IJiaa Sis: Your favor of the 82d, In reply
to mine of tbe 19th. has been raelrl. .nH
contents duly noticed. You say "that tbe Gov.
eminent, having been deprived of tbe funds
wnerewun it was contemplated to pay the cred
iters of the United States, by the seizure and
appropriation to tbe purposes of the so-called
Southern Confederacy, I am nnable to obtain
from the Treasury tbe means necessary to pay
tbe marshals and their assistants in thn.o Rft.
as tbe officers of tbe Government will not de-
posi. moos wnere tney are liable to be diverted
irom tne purposes contemplated by low." Now,
u, ui poneoiiy willing to take a drart on tbe
United States Sub-treasnry at New York, where
" " ne uovernment lunds are deposit
ed. I am In need of what is due me. I have
waited a considerable time, and any difficulty
between tbe United 8(ates Government and the
authorities of the Confederate States should be
no excuse for the United State to hnma n.
just to individuals for services and labor ner-
lormed under solemn contract with the.Govern-
Hopinc soon to receive a draft fnr mhoKi
due me, I have tbe honor to be,
i our ooeaient
THOMAS L. ROSS,
Late Assistant Marshal.
I . S. You sneak of the hulanxa Hi, mo r
have never received ooe cent of pay.
Late Assistant Marshal. The Next House of Representatives.
The last of the free Statu haa n li,t
its members to tbe next Congress, and wa are
enabled to make an accurate table, showing the
political classifications so far as the Republicans
and Antl Republicans are concerned. Connec
liout and Rhode island have dnna
showing a gain of four members for tbe Demo
crats and Union men. Here are our figures:
- -Vem. and Un. Men
lit la -rare. ..
' ' ins
' l- . , i , 100
Bepubllcw majority..... ..."j
Tbe maloritv Is so small that It la nnt i:i,.i
that tbe Republicans can carry any extreme
measures. Alter tbe offices sre distributed, it
is more tbsn probable that enough Republican
members will be disaffected to the Artminl.tr..
won to tnroir it into a minority.., ,.; -
Gold Discoveries in Chile, South America.
The news of the diaeor nfti.. u Jt.
glngs In Vatvidia la folly confirmed. - In some
instances, from tea to twelve dollar per day
have been taken from tbe digging. Tbe Val
paraiso Afrretrri. speaking ol the universal re
sources of the South, eayei "Judging from the
geolog cal formation of those leads, they can
not foal to contain a great quantity of minerals,
covered at present by a layer oi vegetable earth,
the richness of wbioh is apparent in the gold
washed away by the rains, and also those por
tions where tbe roughness of the ground does
not allow the vegetable earth to -nlint. .n
where rich veina can easily be discovered."
Parties who have visited the diggings write that
intelligent miners, with some capital, cannot
fail to make fortunes, because, even should they
not find gold, which Is not probable, they wauld
undoubtedly find rich copper mines, which ars
believed to exist in great abondanee in those
regions. The Spanish traditions testify to the
existence of great mineral wealth in ,h finmh
of Chile a fact that in all nmh.hlllt. ui .
long be realised, if the Government succeeds
in subduing the Indians who inlest that section.
A Mr. Brown is reported to have crossed the
Asdee In a coach, through the provinoee of At
acama. The event haa attracted ennd rll
of attention, and inspires the belief la the minds
oi a great many persona in Chile of tha feasi
bility of the construction ol a railway across the
Andes a schema which William Wheelwright,
Esq., has long had la contemplation.
' ' n - - ii. 1 '
Prairie Fowl for Long Island.
' A consignment of six brace of live' pinnated
grouse or prairie fowl has been consigned to
vaarice xi. t. uiivneau, esq , 01 Ibis Oily, and
are destined for tbe plains of Long Island. They
were caognt in nets near Peoria, Illinois, and
were sent by Mr. 0. P. Seoor, ot that place,
for propagation. After a passage of sir days
tbs hens looked exceedingly bright. The cocks
ahowed some signs of battle, and one of them
was lying dead. This was tha remit of an
males being confined together in their matins?
.1 . p
rcosuu, , muis wueu (oej are ai way a contend i
log, even on the limitless nralrle. Th na
iler sack of the moles, ooveriog eaoh side of the
necs. is is uirae specimens lully distsnded,
showing tbe bright saffron colors so well delin
eated in Audubon's illustrations, i . , .
r- Not mors than thirty years ago this bird was
still living on Loog Island, and at the Urns Nsw
tot k was a uutch ooiony they wer as plentl
ful there as they now are at tha Wees. -. .
' An indiscriminate slaughter at all times of
the year baa extirpated them, and an association
ui geuuemeii di imseity are dow trying; to re
pair t loss oreated by the want of lawa In this
reepeot, or rather or their persistant violation
It la tha evldenoe of a senile rural taste to en
courage the breeding of ail kinds of birds, and
one which will ultimately make the Island and
our Central, Park vooal with tha whistle and
call of birds that are now never aeen alive.
DL1IN AltB riaVRED BLACK
X DKBCg SILKS, of ver STd. the most select
assortment In th city, aad at moat raasnnaol rates.
" ' " " , , ,. w BAIN A SON, ,
saprili ! ' ' ' o. t9 Sooth Ulgh street.,
CTELLA SHAWLS! STELLA
9 SHAWLS II In all dseliabmeoinrs. and si vary
H. South High street.
KNAPP Sc CO.'S.
119 South High Street,
WALL PAPERS I
AND CHEAPER THAN EVER!
riva spniNG stock is tjivxsuaIj
ua "rwa. 'in very lateM pattern
from AMB RIOAN, BHOLISH and IRBJTOH laotorte.
COLD PAPEBS AIYD BORDER.
H income oold Paaanelll tm an. at nn-..
n ,, . , . . - " www. M. v . W WW
Hnll fnimvl. MAiit l.na , tin . - m .
OOID AlD VELVET BOBDEHS,
Freib and Hew Styles, at about half their former prices-
SPLENDID AECOnATIO.tS '
For Chorch, Balls, Patters sod CslUnf s.
SIDE LIGHT ft FIBE BOAUD PAPEBS
All entirely new and splendid patterns, VC7 cheap.
CO&.D AND PAIJTTED SHADES
the latest and richest de.lfns, from S7. fo $150 neb.
GOLD WINDOW COBNICES,
And Cartala Bands, from SSi. to ts. i
BOFF, BLUE - & ( HOLLANDS
All widths and prtoes, sad warranted the best quality.
WINDOW FIXTURES, all kind.
COBD AND TASSELS,
All varieties, cheap. .
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES ft FRAE1ES
To match for th decoration of yoar Boom?.
Call and txsmln oar Stock before parchsiin. '
RANDALL & ASTON,
II. B. Landlords aad persona wishing qaantltle of
Paper will mat money by baying of as. Ooantry
Merchants and persons from abroad will do well to eU
ana se us. lapm 1-dSmeod It. A A.
EN you to to New Tort , drive direct to the
BBOABWAT, OOBNBB 0 H0TJ8T05 8TEIT,
'. ' Condsctslonthj , .,
flood Tar. Good Booms. Prompt Attendance, and Mod
erate unarg-es. ,... '
BINOLB BOOMS 90 CIS. 75 CTS. and 1 PIE CAT.
, .1 SOHBLI BOOMS and PABLO BS 1,J0 to 13,
Meals ai ordered. This Hotel has all th snnolntments
of th best hotels, a most oentral location, and la heated
tbreotxoat by (team. BAJnCaL B. MBAD.
imarohM3m . , , , Proprietor. '
. . Sheriff's Sale..,
' CmUos Jacebs , ) I i '
. va. I Oommoa Pleas.. :
W. P. Miller stal. )
BT TIRTIlls OF A WHIT OF FI. FA.
t m directed, from th Oonrt of Common Pleas
of IranAII Ooanty, Ohio, I will offer for sale, on th
farm occupied by W. P. At I. B. Miller, In Jaekso
Township, so. ,,, ,
Monday, tha 15th day of April, A. V. 1861,
all o'clock,?, M., the following property, te-wltr Ono
bay mar, en sorrm bore, en mar colt, ene oelt,
on two bars wagon, three me doab'o biraeee, eB
head of hog, and the ndietded o-half Interest In a
reaplns mauhis, levied on as the property ef W, P. A
If. HTTFTMAIf, gherW, ' I
By Bd. Darts, Pepaty
spbiWh . Hi ni
- gprll B-lOid.
Scrofula, or Kihs EviL
is a constitutional disease, a corruption of the
blood, by which this fluid becomes vitiated)
weak, nnd poor. Being ta the circulation; It
pervades tlie whole body, and may burst out r.l
in disease on sny part of it.- No organ is tree
from its attacks, nor is there one which it mry c
not destroy. . Tho scrofulous taint Is iwiimsir'''
ordered or unhealthy food, impure eirVaUtk t",
nnd filthy habits, the depressing rices, vancLJ "
above nil, by the venereal. infection., Whw
ever be its origin, it is hereditary in the
stitution, descending from parents to children"
unto the third and fourth generation ;'.; Indeed,
it seems to be the red of Him who eays, 1
will" visit the Iniquities Jof the fathers- upon''
their chadreB.w. .'-'r ' - -..-y,. ;,'e
Iu effects commence by deposition gjromtha ' '
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in.
the lungs, liver, and internal Organs, is termed
tubercles ; in the glands, swellings ; and on
the surface, eruptions or eores , J'his foul cor
ruption, which genders in tha blood, depresses, ,T
tlie energies of liie, so that crofukraeoonjtituwi.il',
tions hot only Suffer from scrofulous eotrr
plaints, but they have far less power to with-'" ?
stand the attacks of otlies diseases; conse
quently vast numbers perish ' by disorders
which, although not scrofulous in their nature,
aro still rendered fatal by this unt in the '"J?
system. Most of the consumption which de- .
cimates the human family has its origin directly
in this scrofulous contamination; and many ,.
destructive diseases of the liver, kidnevs. brain: '
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or .
are aggravated by the same cause. IIi
One quarter of all our neoDle are acrolulona i ,-
their persons are invaded by tnhi lurking in-""
fection, and their health is undermined by it,
To cleanse it from the system we must renovat fj
the blood by an alterative medicine, and In-
-vtgorato it by healthy food and exercise.
buch a medicine wt supply ins -
AYER'S i ...
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical '
skill of our times ean devise for this every- ;
where nrevailincanrl fnfnl malalv - Tt ( anm't
blned from the most active remeduals that have ""
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, end the rescue of the
system from its destructive consequences.
Hence it should be employed for the cure of
not only Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions which arise from it, auch as Eiwrrrrs) - 1
and Skim Dissases, St.-Awthoht's Pies, ,
Ross, or Ertsimlas, Piitrr.cs, Pustplis.u.
Blotches, Blaihs and Bonji.ToiiOB, Tama ,,.
ana salt kheuk, bCAXD head, iunowork, ,
Rheuhatisx, SrpiiiLiTic snd Mbrcurial Dis- '
kases, Dropsy, Dxspbpsia, DEBarrr, and,
indeed, all Complaints arising thou Viiia-
ted or Ivruna Blood. The popular belief '.
in impurity of tlit blood " is founded in truth,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The,. -particular
purpose and virtue of this Sarsapa- .
rilla is to purify and regenerate thia vital luid,"'f,
without which sound health is impossible in '
yoa tn speedv coaa 6f ,-, , ; ,- '-,
IntermUteat Fewer, or Fewer salltse, .J,,
Remittent Fewer, Chill Fawcr, Dnmtts '
Ague, Periodical Headache, r BUIras, nr
Headache, and BUiou Fwr, ladaed
for the whole claee of dleeae originate .
lng In biliary- derangement, eed by
th Malaria of 21 la email Coemtr , a.
We are enabled here to offer the community a
remedy which, while it cures the above complaints '
with certainty, i still perfectly harmless in any ' A
quantity, tjucb a remeay is invaluable in districts c,J
where tbese afflicting disorders prevail. Xhie , .
"Cchb" expela the miasmatio poison of Favau "
A!iD Aoub from the system, and prevents tbedoV
velopmcnt of the disease, if takes on th first ap- ,,n
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only,
tho best remedy ever yet discovered for this close ,"'
of complaints, but also the cheapest' Tbe large'
quantity we supply for a dollnr brings it within the -
reach of every body ; and in bilious districts, where ' 1
Fever and Aoub prevails, every body should, r
have it and use it freely both for cure and protec---tion.
A great superiority of this remedy ever any , ,
other ever discovered fur the speedy and certain
cure of Intermittent is that it contains no Quinine
or mineral, eonseojuently it produces no ouiniem or ' i'
other injurious etlects whatever upon the eontitu .,
tion. Those cured by it are loft as healthy as if
they had never had the disease. ' ' J' iv.--t
Fever and Ague is not alone the consequence ef
the miasmatio poison. A greet variety of disor- ,
dors arise from its Irritation, among which mre""':
Keuralfia, lih$wnatiim, Gomt, ifrmfoc, BiuuU ri
nest, 1 oothatho. Utracht. CatarrA. AatAnuu Po1t.- ..
ffaOM, Pamfitl A fiction of tho Spltm, Button vi,i
ict. Pain in th BoatU, Volte, Parmlgiit end Do- v
rangemtnt of tho titommok, all of which, When ' '
onginaung in mis cause, put on the tntormitient "
tupe, or become periodical. ""This ?Ctraa " expels
the poison from the blood, and eeneeqnently cures I
them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to ,
immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily ' .
residing in the malarious districts. If taken cca-'
sionally or daily while exposed to the rnfectionl", J
that will be excreted from the system, and cannot, ,.
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis-' '
ease. Hence it is even more valuable for protect.,' .
tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from InUr. -mittcnts
if they avail themselves of th nrotaction
this remedy affords.. " ' '.i '"
Prepared by Sr. J. 0. ATS & CO.',' iowalf, kuS J p
' MOBSRTS m llMnil. .laakM. -J Til., d
And by OrnggUts and Dealers vrywhru.. , , : ,,b ,
Uur Cough Ood. jtoarseeses. Jnjtu. .
iv Iritallm trSommaf fA
Biker tho AwMm VauaK
in 0onum4to. fraaAWMs, Am c
IM, and Uatarrk, Clear ant giv
ttrtngtA to t90r of e
and SlNSiEittU ,
tew are aware of the Imporlanee of eVecrmg OeugST"'
"Coainoo Oold" m iu nieari inai wnica tn ins 4(ti
haglnnlng wonld yield to a mild remedy.' IT neglected,
aoon track, the long ' "fwa's Brmckiat Ironft. .1
eoatainlKg demnloent Ingmllests. allay Pulmonary and . -i
renchial imutlon. .....
BBOWH'Bl "That troabl la say Throat, (for whsth'5
the lrocAt sre a spectn j naTlsg mid aae - j
IBOCBZS often a mere whiiiwrer." -.jo,
. pi w. r. niLUS.-v: j
"I neemmcod their njo to pdbus StaaS-
, . BIT E
mtTita nmred axtrenelr eervleeabla for
noABeeHVse."' '' m'tl
. BEV. HEnBT WABo ICBCBEB. i,..
Almost Instant relief In the distrreelnr
labor of breathing temriar tr Avntwa." .
bbv. a. .17, sitfuiitsrun. u
"OonUla-oo Oplcm or anything Injort
PB. A A. HAYES, - .
- .- .-, Cttmui, MotUm . A ,.1
"A slmnle snd pleasant combination fcf
Oeweas, Ao.'t ' --i .4 vo
Beneflcial la BRlmrM.,,.jL..,i . - in!di
'I have proved them excellent for Wsumjp- r
io Oocon." ..... ....
.JUEY. BtWi WABS SB , I ft, j
, Motion. .
"Beneficial whn eoerpelled tbeah af- '
ferlng from Com.": , , -j
ItfiT. B. r. J. .nlln HDtn,
,ie v- e t JLvoUo A
Xrrtcroal Io removlnf Hoarseness ad,. i
Irritation of the Thr, at, so eonusoa wl'h' r
SrsASaas and Btsoaaa." -V?
Xeacher ef Mneic, loaihei
uQreat bsaedt wbes taken befor aad after i -preaching,
as they prevent Hoarseness. From
their peeteSeet, I thlak they will e efper-' "'
anvt advantsge to me." j , . , . Jfa
air. . nuwbti. a. m.,
PnaldanS el A Omm Osiirg, teak, ' "i
ITTSold by all l)rarlt at TwBltTT' "
111 vatti eva'aji kfw
BOBIBTSASAMCBL. r. .. w,frM
1 f.i B.B. SAUDl.m 00.." .if in I. vwvvr
. ' D4 South High street. Oolamhes,0
i HENRT KIEULEU,
flette of Phalee's Bstaellshmeet, B T..) Perletnr'
th New York rashtoaable Shaving. Hair Cutting ,
ahamDOonlng, Curling aod Dresnn aelooo. Ext ciie
sweea, over th Pot OAlaa. whera aaluhvtloa will
he given in ail ui vanoue erwenei. wnro an ,
' Children's Ualg D reeling doe In the best sty I.