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VOL. VII. -NO. 263. NEW SERIES.
COLUMBUS. OHIO. THURSDAY EVENING. APRIL 11; 1861.
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DAILY, TEI-WEIH.T AOT WEEJttY
MANYPCNNY & MILLER,
pnBLISHJBS AID PBOPBIIIOII.
ST Office Dm- 88. 88 and 40, Korth High At
TERMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANOl. . i
Oally - . i W 00 pwiwur.
" By the Carrier, per week, 11U mti
rrl-Weslrly .... S 00 pr ysar
Weekly;
1 00
nrm of Advertl!; tT 8n.nr..
m iquar 1 yeai . ..90 00
On nun I week
.14 00
On
One
3ne
One
3ne
0 month 18 00
Ons
On
On
On
On
WBDHi
1 week.
i UV
1 75
1 00
0 month! IS 00
3 monthi 10 00
11 month! 8 00
1 month. 5 00
3 d&yi
8 day
73
" 1 lniertion 90
Displayed advertiiiment half more than (h above
rates.
'Advertisement leaded and placed In th column of
Bpecial Notice, aouole tne orainary rate.
All uotlce required to.be published by law, legal rates.
. II oruereaon meinsiaeexciuaiveiyaiiruionr.fcwo-
per cent, more than the above ratei; but all inch wll
morar In tho Trl-Weeklv withontchanr.
Itaslne Cardi, not exceeding five line), per year, In
. ile, .2 50 per line; outside $2. .
Notice of meeting!, chart table octettes, fire companies,
Ac, half price.
All tranejtnt admrtttement mvtf o paid for in
tdmnc The rule will not be varied from.
Weekly, lame price a th Dally , where the adrrtll
leithe Weekly alona. When Tie Daily aud Weekly
are both need, then th charge lerth Weekly will b
a r the rnteaof the uaiiy
No advertiiement taken except for a definite period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring & Water 8ts.,
OolTxrKxTDTua , Ohio.
W. B. POTTS & CO.,
And Manufacturer of Bmu and Composition Casting,
Finished Bras Work of all Deacriptloni.
Electro PlatinTTiid Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTING, &C.
febl 'CO-dly ' -
F. Ar B. SmXINS.
jgLttomoy at XutSixxr
AND NOTARY PUBLIC. ,
Office Am'ooe Building, opposite Capitol Square.
COLUMBUS, ODIOi
OOZjiXTXrXSTTO
Machine Manufacturing Company
mandvactcbim or
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Castings, Mill Gearing, Haanintry.
ALSO.
H.o,livoa.ca. !7n7"o:rls.
or vim ouciumoM. .
COI.I7MBIS, OHIO.
0HAS. AMBOS, Bap't P. AMB0S,STrBS. ,
deoll. IBW-tf ,. r.
i 7sa
yyJojyn. en e 'JVs .e o .Y If
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
TP
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton & Indianapolii!
Through to Indianapolis without Change of Can
and bat One Change of Can between
Columbus and St. Loots.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS. F1RSTTRAIN.
(Dally, Mondays excepted.)
RIGHT KXPKKSS, via Dayton, at : a. m., top
ping at London, Xenla, Dayton, Hiddletown and Hamil
ton, arriving at Cincinnati at 8:20 a. m.jDayton at 5:45
a.m., Indianopolla at 10:18 a. m.;rt. Louis at 1150
P m' , SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, at 6:10 a. m., (topptng at all Sta
tion! between Columbus and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati ll:Uil a. m., Dayton at 9: IS a. m.,
Indlanopolls at p. an.
THRD TRAIN.
DAY KXPBEB8, at 8:30 p. m., atopplng at Alton,
JeOereon, London, . Charleston. Cedarrllie, JCeokt,
Spring Valley, Conrln, Morrow, Deerfleld, Foster',
Loreland, Millfordand Plainrill. arrirlog at Cincin
nati at 7:20 p. m.; 8t. Louis at 18 m; Dayton at 5 35 p.
m-i IndlanopolUat 10:3dp. m. .
8leepinr Car. onaTl Nlajbt Train, t.
Clncianutl ana Indlaaap.ll..
BaUGAOE CHECKED IHHOtOH.
for further Information and Through Ticket, apply to
M. L. D0HHUTT,
Ticket Agent, TJnlon Depot, Oolumbns, Ohio.
K, W, WOODWARD,
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
JNO.W.DOUKRTI
jn!3 ,,. Agent, Oolumbu,
SOMETHING NEW
HOWARD & GO'S.
AMERICAN WATCHES.
CALL, AT NO. 83. SOUTH HIGH ST.,
and namln our new make of
AMERICAN WATCHES,
...it -n. nnwmn At nn . n.tn Mm.
niDUIWMtli. v w . i . - -
She Watcbee are far superior to anything erer offered
to the public heretofore. Haring the exolu.lr agency,
I can sell them at price to ult the times. I hare just
reeelToa a large inn j,-. ;
" AMERICAN WATCHES,
mannfactorcd by APPLET0N, TRACT, CO i alto, a
fin. assortmentot . i '.',:,'.
ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES,
In add and flllver Casei, at Paulo price. '
l,n?3 W. J. BAT AOS,
Jait BecaWou!
t AA HF. CH GREEN and BLACK
1UU THAI 100 bag prim Rio Cone.- , v
160 pockete old Dutch OoTernment Jay Ooffe. '--
1 S bsge Ceylon Coffee.
SOObbls. (tandard White tngart, eonilitlng ofPow
dred, OhraslMd, Grannlated A and fl CoBe t
. BO quintal. Qeorg Dank Oodflih, . .. 1
gObbU. aUs and No. 1 Mackerel., '1 '.
5 toe. Flok Salmon.
100 bx. Layer Raisin.
60 hf. boa do do .
lOOqr.boado d ,
100 at Cigar, different brand and rnde. -
noVJ7 WU. AloDONAtD. '
M. C. LILLIEY
And Blank-Book Mannfanturer,
HOBTtt HIOH RSZXt, COVtMBVU, OHIO
aarii-diy
FAB1ILT ILOUK.
whit
M
HITE WHEAT; BHANDED
SNOWFLAKE."
from "Barnett Mill!," Springfield, 0. th beet brand of
Flour orouunt in ,u maraat. p.u.iaotivn hwihw.
for sale only at . WU. McDON ALD'8, . .
noTin i- loa toath 8lgh rtreet.
ALEXANUHtS Kill GLOVJkll.
All lUei and oolore Juat opmed at BAIBB, .
dM.ll. . Mo.WleatbBigaitmt,
STONE'S BAZAAR.
No. 4 Gwviino Block.
A. P. ST0N5T& O'HARRA
A BBNOW RECEIVING THEIR WIN
TER GOODS, and Invite the public to impact
them. Mo each etoek of Qoodi has rr been brought to
thti market. In South, In eonsequenc of the failure
of the grain orop, has not been abl to purchase th na
ualqaautlty of rich good, and this fact has forced th
Importer to Mil them at public auotlon. Onr buyer
(Mr. Stone) being in New York at the, larg. aalea, took
adrantanof them, and we can and will tell onr good
here, at lea than any on who purchased two week! lino,
paid for them In New York. Onr stock Is complete la
Tory department of
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
OTTOMAN VELOURS,
BR0CHE VALENCIAS,
PRINTED MERINOS,
PRINTED COBURGS,
DYED COBUGS;
BLACK ALPACAS, . .
ORLEANS,
. FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS, PRINTS,
DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
, Bought in One Day,
At oae ball th Cat of ImjpoitaM.m.
LADIES' FURS,
Id all Varieties, .1 th. Cele.rate
iriaanfatnr. ml C. G. Ona
tb.r. ic Son.
HOSIERY DiPARTMENT.
Hen', Ladle and Children' TJndr Bhlrta and Drawer;
Ladle, Mlue and Ohlldren'a Hosiery of all kinds, In
Wool and Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined and Cotton Oloret
of STery make.
iL0 . .
A complete wsortment of .11 tbe usual yarie-Heiof-
-
LADIES' CLOTHS,
CA831MtKt,a, '
OVERCOATINGS,
TWEEDS,
FLANNELS,
RIBBONS,
DRES3 TRIMMINGS,
ladiea andQent'i linen Camorlo fland-
kerchiefi, do., &o.
To rxnoni who cation us. we Dt.dff onr word to
show them th largeirt, beet and enoaput (lock of flood
yr tn lathi market, or pay them one dollar per
hour while looking.
decl-dlJHlawltw. axunai es v uann.
LATHROP, LUDINGTON & CO.
23 &25PAEKPL1CE,
20 & 22 MURRAY BTSKET,
IJUVV YOIUX.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Foreign and Domestic
DRY GOODS
FOR CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT.
SPRING, 1861.
We are onenlnc at onramnte wararooma, at the abor
numbers, stock of Oood in each of Um la iepartmante
of our knslnese, superior to anything w bar heretofore
exhlWled to the trade.
CLOTH DEPARTMENT.
1 u IS sum inva w I. prvu wmkbi.hww "
ihnmn.h ninuiDiit of a borer of loot oxperieno and
lacknowledged good teste. W. keep extenilr line of
uie nnesi ana cnoiocn
FANCY VESTING
AND ,
FANCY CASSIMERES
To be found in the market, all eeleeted with th nicest
discrimination. Ate., all grade, colon and Tarietie ofJJ
BROADCLOTHS,
SATINETS,
LADIES' CLOAINNGS,
TWEEDS,
IARMBRB' and MEROBANTS' C ABSIUIRBB,
KENTUCKY JBAN8, from X to 1!X cents per yard
and upwards;
TWIKDB, to 15 oanti par yard bit year aold at
18 to SO;
PRINTED SATINETS, at 14 cenU;
And other Ooodi corrt$pondi$bi law.
Dress-Goods Department.
If ancheiter De Lalnes,
Hamilton do.
Pacific do. .
Printed Lawns,
Printed Brilliant,
Fancy Gingham,,
Bomhaslnea,
Black ollki,
fancy tilka,
Printed Ohallla, '
Manchciter Gingham,
Glasgow do.
Clinton - do.
Ottoman Cloths,
Alpaca,
Poplins,
' And the Not Select Stylttf '
FANCY 8PRINC COODS.
Herrbnac Print, -Oocheco
do.
Psclho do.
Bpragn' do.
Manchester, o. Print, Ac
Richmond' Print,
American do.
Dunoell's do.
English do.
comebxic ooqrroNS.
Lawrence 0. Sheeting,
gurk do.
Lathrop ' ' do. -Bhawmnt
do.
PocasKt ' ' do;
Atlanllo A. Bheetlng,
Amokeg
do.
Appieton
Krerett ' '
TJtlca, etc,
do.
do.
do.
AU Grade and Width.
BLEACHED SHIRTINGS AND SIIEITIlfOB.
Wanintta, : -Bwlg)t,i Uwreoc,
Lonsdale, ' flreat Pall, Naumkeag,
Bill, ' ' Waltham, - '' Boott,
'Ke York Mill, d.,c. ' ;
SHAWLS AND
i 1 A LAIOI AND IILKCT AB0OItTMtirr.
COTTON ADII a great rarlety .
CHICKS do.
TIOKINOS ill th leading brandi. ,
DBNIMB do. do.
SHIRTING STRIPES-all th leading brandi.
NANKBBNS do. do.
CORBET JEAXS ' do. do. u
MOBIBN8 ' ...do. ' ' ".' de. ",
DAMAUKi, PAPER OAMBRtOS, COLORED CAM'
, , . DBIUO, C., 0.
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCKS OP
WH1TX GOODS,
- .BOBIIKZ, - we -n-r ..
yabxxx vonon,
Gentiemcn'8 Furnishing Goods,
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS, ' o I
CABFETS AND OILCtOTHS '"
And a great rtrltty of Good not enumerated all of
Which we pieaga oureoivc. to ..u Mimwimt mmw,
fWs the larger pottlon at from 10 to SO per ent, 1m
than last year w , .., ,.. .w ,.: . i
LATHROP, LUDINGTON & CO.
ilEW YOR.C.
bar! ...... . . - - -i .,
; ; v Irish; linen Goods; v
Warranted fabric ---
Linen Bhlrt Boaom Plain and Taney
Shirting and Besoaa lineni.
v " Linen Bhe.tiDg and Pillow 0lng.
Linen Oambrto and Long Lawn.' '
Lltwn Towelling and Diaper.
LlnenTabl01otha.ndB.tinDnT.k.:i "
. Ltnen Towel wli h colored border, i'1
. . . Linen BtarrOorerlcr. and Orasfe '
For aaleatrewprioee
at. - - , "
nan mi an.i.
V
W-MKHt.lliatiV
HE OHIO STATESMAN STEAM
BOOK AND JOB
PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT
ITaTing Inereoted It already
EXTENSIVE FACILITIES,
I fully prepared to execute in th
MOST ELABORATE MANNER,
AND IN
THE LATEST STYLES,
CATALOGUES,
BRIEFS,
BILLS LADING,
BILL BEADS,
NOTES,
DRAFTS,'
CHECKS,
CIROCIARS,
PAMPHLETS,
LETTER BEADS,
LEGAL BLANKS,
DRAT RECEIPTS,
LABELS, CARDS,
ENVELOPES,
RAILROAD, INSURANCE,
And ertry description of
letter pbess printing,
Equal to any Establishment la the State, and npon
term which will compare farorably with th
leading Eastern Printing Botue.
Having every Facility to aid XT.
IN TBS PRODUCTION OF
ELEGANT POSTERS
AND .
HIGHLY ILLUMINATED
SHOW CARDS,
We eSr our wvice to all who may desire, that clan
of work.
W haTe connected with our Establishment a
BLANK BOOK BINDERY,
from which we produce the
Finest 331a, xxls. XVoxrls.
AND TBI M06T
SUPERB RAH BO AD BLANK BOOKS.
OUR ESTABLISHMENT
I admitted to be
TCBCIU T $ A l7tCarI2)ST
III MOST
COMPLETE IN FACILITIES,
am TBI xorr
PERFECT IN ORGANIZATION
In Oil City, and v. may add,
WE WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE
WITH ANT
Printing Houae in tk Treat
RICHARD NEVINS,
'
PBOrSUTOR.
FtJBNISHINt.
llnTLEHENl
MertlUe in Neck Tie and Soarfl. -
, .. Bvroa and Oarrote Collars.
. W Xmbtwkterod Pocket Handkerchief
. Jarie Kid Olov, jprlor make. . ,
Oolden Hill Shirts, various tyl. ,,.
. Boy' Oolden BUI Shirts, do '' ''
. Driving and BtrMtttlov, do ' - 1
;v Uu4 focttst Bandkvrchlefi, Varioal StyUt. ,
Half Bos a4 TJad atarmeaite,
. wptUS ' ' MoH South High treU
TBBKI.
Dally, per war. . .........
16 00
Trl Weekly, per sear.
Weekly, paryaat
a oo
i oo
From Harper's Weekly.
Let us be Friends.
For etghly-Qr year we hare struggled and tolled,
And manfully battled ai brother for brother,
And 'tie bard to see all our ftUdly (polled
By bickering frultleilyon wlth another. '
Together we fought and together w bled, -
Together we blasoned oar country's reiplendence,
And orer the bones of the patriot dead
Together we bullded a grand independence I
Oould Mexico epeak, erery mountain wonld cry,
North and South at our feet Ile In red graves together,
Their straggle was but which was foremost to die.
Or who could best brare cruel famine and weather.
Common hardship make friend. Vi har been thro'
the mill ;
Shall the bond that wa written In blood be forgotten?
Do do maiual sumorie hang ronnd u (till?
Bar aur hearts, Ilk the bone of out martyr, grown
rotten?
But, if you mutt go, let ui part like good friends
It' bard on th heart that tbe Union ehould lever I ,
Oh I Heaven oonduot us to happier ends,
And keep us Ilk brothers forever and ever t
Truet thl and you know 'til no vaporinr vow - -Should
your welfare be threatened by alien focman,
We'll fight by your lide ai wa did before now,
For, united, we two (an be conquered by no man I
[From the Springfield Republican, March 30.]
Playing at War and Paying for It.
The people down at our State ITouic "the bub
of all creation" do not teem to haw counted the
tott, when they indulged a few wttkt ago In a
Ml war ipatm. Now that the bill for their
fancy tnvtetment la this expensive luxury baa
com. in, what was atfirtt ridiculuu bag beoome
altogether tcandalou. It will be remembered
that, one pleaaaot February Saturday afternoon,
tbe people outside the "hub" those who live
along tb. ipokes and around the tire were
ponied to bear of a ttcret teetion at tbe State
House, of alarming reports from Washington,
of th. passage nem. eon , of a bill giving tbe
Guvernor power to use one hundred thoutand
dollar for the exigency whatever it waa, of
convocations of tbe major generals of the val
iant M V. M. in all their futs and feathers, and
of the hurried detpatch of one of those ornamen
tal appendage to the Government an aid to
bia Excellency to Washington on a mission to
Gen Scotland President Buchanan.
Tbe hoars and days that were supposed to be
bis; with tbe fate of capitals and common
wealths parsed ouletly away, and there was no
summons to arms; the distressed attorneys of
Massachusetts in tbe dispnted boundary case
with Rhode Island were able to reach their
families from Washington, bodily unharmed;
tb. aid came home, finding no war, no fearot
any, and no need for Massachusetts' men or
arms, If there was one. The State House recov
ered its calm; the rural districts ceased to won
dtr what it all meant; and nobody among thelg
norant outside public dreamed that a ferocious
assault was going on npon the treasury. There
seemed to be no occasion for any drafts upon the
emergency fund;nor for the bill introduced about
th. aame time, and passed by the Senate, ap
propriating twenty or thirty thousand dollars to
prepare two thousand of our militia for imme
diate active service, and ic waa therefore put
into repose in tb. House. But the other day,
when it was proposed to repeal the emergency
fund bill, this latter measure was brought for
ward, audita passage asked. Wbyt Inquired
th. Hons., and here is the answer, revealing a
proceeding unknown, wa presume, to most ot
th. Legislature, as it certainly was to' Blue
tooths of tbe people oi the Commonwealth.
BOSTON, March 21, 1861.
Cot. FredtrloJ'. tXfflii, Bout of Rtprumtattoee:
Sir: In answer to th Inquiry mad by th honorable Bona
if Renresentetlve. "whether any oontraei have been
mad. or llabilltee incurred In regard any or the matte
mentioned in the resolve reported to th. House, relating
to th equipment of troop for actlr service, and if o,
what, wu.a, and by wnat auuwniy, i nay. toe honor to
(naer ins uirecium vj mw njxxumcy ins vovemor,
and a Committee of the honorable Council, the following
contract hav. been made by me as adjutant and acting
quarter-maater-generai:
1. Wlthth. Middlesex company, Lowell, for 4,000
yard ot cloth, 6 4 wide, to n,ake 8,000 military otter
ooate, at S 1 37 per yard.
3. With William Deacon, to make 3 000 military
ovtreoatt, at ft U each, he find log all the trimming
except the buttons.
3. With James Boyd At Son, to make 1,000 knap
ck( (army pattern); and with Edward A. G. Boulstone,
to make l,uvu tmapeaeK tarmy pattern;, severally at
1 88 each.
4. Willi Convene, nardln A Co.. for 1,000 pair, of
blanket (army sixe), at S3 75 a pair.
5. With Rubber Clio thing Co., for 2.0C0 havereackt,
at 75 cent each. -
6. Tb ovum lor in coat nave been contracted for
with th manufacturer at Attletcy,and will cost about
.740.
7. 1 was alio authorlred to contract for 2C0 000 ball
cartridge to suit tbe new rifle musket. Tbe lowest
price for the, cartnoges rs n a mouiana. At tne state
Arsenal at Cambridge there has been for many years up
wards of suo.ouu muikei nan, suitable ror tne old smooth
bora musket. I bar caused the, to be recast, and the
cartridge made at th inenal, eo that the entire cost to
the Commonwealth for the 300,000 mnsketcaitridgei will
not exceed 1,500.
Th aggregate ooai to in. uommonweaiih to rulflll
the contracts will b 33,770; to which ihould be add
ed (ISO to pay a proper person or peraon to Inspect tbe
work when nnunea, io ascertain wnetner tne parties con
tracked with hav. faithfully fulfilled their several agree
ment.
The resoiv appropriating vw win eover tne en
tlmaxnenie. and will leave surplus sufficient ti pur
chase 300.000 percussion cap, which it will be necessary
So buy if tb troopi oi in uommonweaitn are ealted into
actlv service. -
With great respect, I have the honor to be, your obedi
WILLIAM SCHOULER.
This expenditure, clearly unnecessary, seems
also to hav. been made iflifAouf any legitlalive
MlAonfv whatever, u tn. executive bad any
power to authorise it, be must find it under the
extraordinary grant of the emergency fund. But
that tb. legislature am not suppose or intend
that aueh an expenditure would be made from
that fund i ihoun in it taking lis, considering
and actio jr. on a special bill for this very nnroose.
Th. executive department appears to take alike
view of the matter, as uen. Bohouler aava tbe
passage of th. special bill, still pending.will just
meet tn. expenaitur. unuer its provisions, out in
anticipation of its passage. Surely, this ia all a
very aineuiar proceeainR, ana neeas mrtner ex
Dlsnation. Of course, the none mutt be paid now',
and oi coure. nothing worse can be attributed to
the executive than a arott error ot judgmenUnai
an assumpd'o: of authority, neither it by right, nor
delegated ,o it by tbe Hgwlativ department, all
the time in daily ettion, and considering the
veryaot, which the commander in-chief andhia
associate, went on lecreii. to perform, nut men
and partfes have been broken for lust such mis
take, and offences as tnese; ana we may oe sure
that th. enemies of tb. Republican party will
not forget them in tbe canvass of th. ensuing
season. Th. agricultural college mast wait the
State's call into lite, when all ready tor an Im
mediate and healthy birth;, tbe enivtutuuttc
Aaatfts tnuiff till lament his unorganised muse
um, lor tn. state na. no money to spar, ror
either moat desirable object; but th State Arts
ai as itlxeruAt0 accumla(to tttt.UUU
worth of over coat t, knapiaek and blanket, ready
to let slip the doga ot war wnen tt cornea
Zeal is an excellent thlug in government, but
witdm it better.
Kings of Italy.
Victor Emanuel II. is by no meant the first
monarch who has born. tb. title of King of Ita
ly, H. baa had no lesa than seventy-two pre
deceesors in this respect. Among the moat il
lustrations of those sovereign, war. Tbeodorio
tb. Goth; Charlemagne; the Italian Arduln,
and Napoleon. Fir. only belong to tb. Itali
an nation; Borenger I., Duk. d. Frioul (888);
Guido, Duke de Bpoieto ana uamerino (bo),
Bereoger II., Marquis d'lvrea (950); Adalbert,
bis son (950;; and Ardu'in,-Marquis d'lvrea
(1002)t Berenger ii. ia on. oi . ancestors oi
Victor Emanuel. Th. descendants of bia son
Adalbert, after baring long wandered in exile,
earn to Savoy. Amedeus III , in 1108, took the
title or Count, wnicn Amcaeu. v in., in im,
changed into that of Duke. It was In 1675 that
Victor Amedeus II, took tb. nam. of tb. King
of Sardinia, borne by eight aoverslgn, inoludlng
th. lait, Victor Emanuel II., on whom th. Par
iiam.nl has iuit conferred th. .rown of Italy.
Thia title had not been taken from tb. II ma of
Charles) v., la iwu, w npoieoa L, la ibu.
Deposition of Sam Houston.
Th. circumstances attending the deposition
of Sam Houston, as Governor of Texaa, war.
quite dramatic, and in aome respects ludicrous
and comical. Tbe convention of Texaa, called
by the loud role, of th. people against th. de
nunciations ond opposition of Gov. Houston,
having paiseA th. act of secession, and accepted
and ratified tbe Constitution of tbe Confederal.
States, prescribed a form of oath to be taken by
all the Stat, otlloera. Thia oalh inoluded a
renunciation of all allegiance to all foreign
powers, and especially to th. Government of
tbe United States, and a declaration ot fidelity
to the Constitution of the Confederate States
When tho oath was proposed to Gov. Houston,
he peremtorily refused to take it; whereupon
tbe convention declared the office of Governor
vacant, and . Lieutenant Governor Clark, under
the Constitution, having taken tbe prescribed
oath,. succeeded to the office. Gov. Clark was
not alow in entering upon th. Gubernatorial
functions, and proceeding to, the Governor's
ofHce, assumed tbe chair and entered upon tbe
duties of the office. Br and by, the deposed
Governor came hobbling to his office old Sam's
San Jacinto wound having broken outatresb, as
it always does on ocoasions of political trial
Perceiving Gov. Clark occupying tbe obair, Old
oam aaaressea mm:
"Well, Governor Clark," giving great em
phasis to the title, "you ar. an early riser."
"Yes, General," replied the Governor, with a
great atreaa npon the military title of his pre
decessor, "I am illustrating tbe old maxim,
'the early bird gathers the worm." '
"Well, Governor Clark, I hope you will find
it an easier seat than I hav. found it."
"I'll endeavor to make it so. General, bv am
forming to the clearly expressed will of tbe
people of Texas "
I he General, bavin e broueht a laree lunch.
basket with him, proceeded to nut nn numer
ous little articles of private property, and to
tow luem away very careiuiiy. uatcbin bis
loot in a hole in tbe carpet and stumbling, the
General suggested to Governor Clark that tbe
new Government ought to afford a new carpot
for the Governor's office, whereupon the Gov
ernor remarked that the Executive of Texas
could get along very well without a carpet.
Approaching the washstand.tbe General called
the attention of Governor Clark to two decea of
soap one, the Castile soap, waa his own private
property; ana in. otner, a perlumed article)
was tbe property of the State, and added:
"Governor, your hands will reouire th. verv
frequent use of this cleansing article;" where
upon uor. ijlara-, pointing to tbe washbowl,
which was full of very black and dirty water, re
marked: "General, I suppose that is the bowl
in which yon washed your banda before leaving
the office."
Having gathered up all blsduds, old Ssm made
a little farewell speech, very much In tbe style
of Cardinal Wolsey, declaring hia conviction
that, as in the past, the time wonld soon come
when Texas would call him from bis retirement.
and he hoped Governor Clark would be able to
give as good an account of his stewardship as be
could now render. Halting at the door, tbe
General made a profound bow, and with an air
of elaborate'.dignity.sald: "Good day, Governor
Ularfc.'-1-"liood day, General Houston," waa
the Governor's response And thus th. "Hero
of San Jacinto" concluded bia political career!
N. O. Delta.
The Middle Classes of England.
THEY ARE MORE ARISTOCRATIC THAN ARISTOCRATS.
In a speech on the Reform bill debate in the
British Parliament, a short time ago, Lord John
Kusseii saia:
"As the question has eon.' on, and as the
matter haa been discussed, there baa been, as I
perceive, less' and less of favor shown to tbe
further amendment of the Conatitotion, and, I
must say, it has not been like the opposition
that was msde to th. Reform bill of 1832 end
to reform before that bill was introduced. That
was an opposition very much of tbe upper class,
and emanating a good deal from persons in
terested in the close monopoly whioh existed be
fore the Reform bill was passed. The oppoiilion
to the bill of lait year ha come particularly from
the middle clone. Hear, hear. In the dis
cussion whioh took place uoon the Reform bill
of 1832, w. who. passed it never attempted to
disguise that it wag a transfer of power to the
middle classes ot this country. That has been
its effect, and wa say it would now be wise to
share that power with a proportion of the work
ing classes; but there can be no doubt that for the
two or thre year lait paiteipeeially latt year
waileoident that the middle claut of tint count
try feared a great admitiion of the working claut
into tAe number of thote who at preient cxtreite
the franchite, and that the opposition fo tbe bill
of last year waa stronger from these classes than
from the House of Lords or from any portion of
the upper classes of this country. Hear, bear. J
Such being the atate of things, I am much dis
posed to concur, as a general question, in an
obserration made by the right honorable gentle
man the memoer lor Buckinghamshire (Air.
Disraeli), that if you wish to take up th. ques
tion ot reiorm, it is better it should oe by some
comprehensive measure, rather than it should be
by particular measures Introduced from time to
time. Nay, Sir, I will say even more than this.
I will say that In tb. present stats of parties, not
only in tbia House but-in the country, I do not
tbink that any comprehensive measure of reform
would be likely to succeed, but a measure which
was founded npon the opinions, not of one par
ty, or upon the Interests of one class, but upon
a general consideration of tbe prevailing oplniona
of the many different parties, and of the inter
ests ol all classes of tbe community, it may be
long before that general agreement can take
place."
masses, classes, classes, nomine out classes,
Well, Is not Britain a free country 1 Working
men may be good and bonest people, but tbey
shall not vote snail not be allowed to vote.
Not a Republican Tar—Menof-War Gun Pills.
While th. excitement incident to tbe depart
ure of the Fowbattan was going on at the Navy
Yard on Saturday, a lady gentleman, apparent
ly man and wife, were very inqulaltivo as 10
"the uses of things." A small handcart of
solid shot, loaded and hollow shell, having been
dumped" at the wharf, th. lady approached a
Jack Tar, who was putting them down, and
asked what they were?
"Sea shells, madam," aaid the tailor.?
"Sea shell?" ejaculated the questioner, in
terrogatively.
"Yes, madam, men ot-war sea sheila," again
was the answer.
"Why, you astonish me," remarked tbe lady.
"Well, ma'am, they waa made to astonish
folk," put in the blue jacket, with laughable
coolness. '! ...
"Why, tbey look like cannon balls," remark
ed the woman, determined not to bo put off,
"These here, ma'am," replied Jack, pointing
to the heaps of ammunition, "ar. political gun
pills. Thes. ones (touching the heavy iron
shot) la Republicans, and these is Democrats;
the little heap (glancing at the loadedshell) are
hard shell Democrats, and the big heap (the
hollow shell) are tbe soft shell IJemoorat. We
throw the hard shells into Massachusetts, tbe
soft shells into Th Tribune effice, and"
"Where do you throw tb. Republicans 7"
ouletly insinuated tb. lady's husband, who had
heard, with a rery wry face, th. dialogue as it
progressed.
"Why. them," returns! tbe sailor,
straightening himself,"we throw th. confoundi
sd cusses orerboard."
That man oould spike a gun. If. Y. New
[From the Philadelphia Ledger.]
Melancholy Custom in Philadelphia.
A ' correspondent of th. Boston' franteript,
wrltine- from Philadelphia, notice, tb. many
strlklne- Indications everywhere reminding the
sojourner in Philadelphia of th. uncertainty of
life. Une peculiarity is nouoea, wnica specially
belongs to this city, i n. writer says
"But what is particularly noticeable la black
ribbons attached tt) th. front window shotters,
where they are rjlaced immediately upon tne oc-
4 cation of death, and remain as long as it is
-lought best to keep the sad event prominently
ia miod usually, I think, about two years.
Crape ia alto attached to th. bell-knob, and -
mains till burial. Thar, on. can eotreely walk
square, without being aware of household sor.
rows, eitner in tnetr luiieat intensity, indicated
by th. emblem at th. ball-knob, or softened
more or less by time, by tb. signal at tbe front
shutters. When tbe shutters are put back, it ia
presumed the load or sorrow Is somewhat abat
ed, as they ar. kept In a position ajar, but near
ly closed, for a very considerable number of
months, i From this, I tbink must have grown
the general babit of xclodlne from the dwel
lings tbe generous and genial daylight."
Almost every person who visits our city for
the first time, notices these many memorials of
aorrow so ostentatiously thrust in their faces, a.
it our citizens took a special delight in mourn
ingr, and wished the world to know how deonly
anitctive waa their deprivation.
NEW ARRIVALS
OF
AT
KNAPP 8l CO.'S,
119 South High Street,
octS5-!awd-Aw-6m
Ourt Couth, Cold, Hixiritneu, Jnlta
eiua, any IritatloH orSoretutaftA
Ikroat. Httiev the Hav king Vough
in Oontumpfton, ronhtilit, Attha
ma, and Catarrh, Clear and give
ttrength to the eoie of
PVBLlU SPEAKERS,
and SINUEKM.
Few are aware of the importance of checking a Cough
nr "Common Co d" in it nniimge, mat wuicn in tne
beginning would yield to a mild remedy, if neglected,
soon attack th lunn. " Brown' t Bronchial Jrochei,"
containing demulcent ingredient, allay Pulmonary and
Bronchial irritation.
nitnwtra I "That trouble In my Throat, ffor which
tne j.roene ra specmc; nanng mace me
TROCHES often a mere whisperer.
n . r. niLMrJ.
BBOWN'S "I recommend their use to Pcauo Braaa-
IM."
TIOCBIS BET. 1. CBAPIN.
"nave proved ntrenwly serviceable for
BROWN'S noiamnnw."
REV. HENRY WARD BEECHES.
TROCHES "Almost Inetant relief In th distressing
labor ot breathing peculiar to Annua..'
BROWN'S REV. A. 0. B0OLB8T0N.
"Contain no Opium or anything Injurl
TROCHES out." DR. A A. BATES,
Ohemlet, Bottom.
BROWN'S "A simple and pleasant combination for
- Cooaas, Ao."
TROCHES . DR. 0. F. BIOELOW, ,
Motion.
BROWN'S "Beneficial In BaoncHm."
DR. J. F.W.LANE,
TROCHES - Bottom.
"I have proved them excellent for Waoor
BBOWN'S uioCoroH." .
REV. B. W. WARREN,
TROCHES Botton.
"Beneficial when compelled to speak, tut-
BROWN'S ferlng from Coin."
rlBV. B. r. i. AtlVEHSUCI,
TRonnca St Louie.
irncTtUL in removing uoareene ana
BROWN'S Irritation of th Throat, a common with
Braaaiaiana aiaaxRs."
TROOHES Prof- STACY JOHNSON
orange, va.
BROWN'S Teacher of Music, Southern
remai (jouege.
TROOHES
"Great benefitwhen taken before and after
BROWN'S
preachiog, aa they prevent Hoareenes. From
tneir pastaneoi, x wina insy wiu p oi per
TROCHES
manent aavanuge 10 me," -,
RBV. E.ROWLEY. A.M..
BROWN'S
President of Athens College, Tenn,
jrysold by all Druggists at TWENTY
TROOBSSj
. FlVBUBWia A BUA.iii
ROBERTS A SAMCBL, ' .
Dreggiete, t4 North Blih ttrect. '
8.B. SAMOKLfc CO.,
85 Bouth High street, Oelambua, 0.
ar7-deodlm
Watches! Diamonds 11 Silver Ware 11!
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF GOLD
XX and Bllrer Watcne, in greavToneiy.
v . A .est tor tbe Aunw.ll Watch Oo , and can
nil these excellent Watches at manufacturer' prices,
i.r-. wi,aIm.i. or Ratail.
Com and choose from my beautiful display ot Die
mnnrf. And other rich Jewelry.; Style new prices low.
. A to Sliver War of iterucf quality, I can (how new
. h.nil.ninA.
Btlvar Plated Ware, Tea' Sett. Urn; Walter, Castors,
Baakets. Pltchsr. Ooblets, KivS, Fork, Spoon, to.
Then I hav a (apply of fin Table OutleryPockat
Knives, Baaora, Ate., and many Fancy Good anoh,a
are desired for present at such price as are an induce
ment te the purchaser. nm.Bi.iNn,.'
' - No, 10 Buckeye Blook,
taarSl North side State Hoes square.
HENRY KtEHLKtt
fLate of Pinion's Establishment, M. Y.,) Pwprntor
ik. Haw Vork VAihlonakl. Shartn. Hair Catting
I Bhamnooning. Ourllna and Drtaata Saloon, East Slat
thm r.t Ottln. wh.r. satiafketioa will
: h. ilven In all th vartoml branches Ladies and
Children's Balr Diwsdng done ! On beat ityla.
jyvi-aiy
n T t; I, I. A
IHAWLSI ITKLLA
l3 SBAWLBII ta aU elrbl oloi
ana a vary
great bargain.
aprilS
vain as sun.
No. 9 South High tret.
11
DM
1 - ' 1 -r-ir. nim
Scrofula, or Kina Evil,
Is a constitutional disease, . corruption of th.' i 1 '
blood, by which thia fluid beoomeav vitiated, &
weak, and poor. Being in the circulation, ht T
pervades the whole body, and may buret out
in disease on any part of it. No organ ia frew v .'
from its attacks, nor ia there one which it may ' 'f
not destroy. The scrofulous taint ia variousljf
caused by mercurial disease, low living, ttotm .
ordered or unhealthy food, Impur. sir, filth" o '-fla
and filthy babits, the depressing rices, and, "T '
aboVo all, by the venereal infection.: yir.
erer be its origin, it is hereditary in the exm -"" oi
stitution, descending "from parents to children
unto the third and fourth generation;" indeed,".
it seems to be the rod of Him who aaya, 1 rD
will visit the iniquitiea of the father, noon1
their children." .. . ; ' . ,. ;';.!f
Its effects commence by deposition from & -", 3
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in. 1. " "
the lungs, liver, and internal orrans, is termed .
tubercles; in the glands, swellings, and on
the surface, eruptions or sores. This foul cor
ruption, which genders in tho blood, depresae
the energM of life, ao that crofulcru conatita '"'
tions not only suffer from scrofulous com- '. ' "3
plaints, but they hare far leas power to with-, '
stand the attacks of other diseases ; ona '
quently vast numbers perish br dlrder
which, although not scrofulous in their nature, " '
are still rendered fatal by this taint -in tha r
system. Most of the consumption which de- ''
cimates the human family has its origin directly1
in this scrofulous contamination ; and many ;
destructive diseases of the liver, Kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or -are
aggravated by the aame cause. . . ,1
Ono quarter of all our- people are saofuloa;
their persons are invaded by this lurking In- '
fection, and their health is undermined by it,
To cleanse it from th. system we must renorati i
tne biooa by an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate it by healthy food and exercise.- ' "'
Such a medicine we ripply in ' .J, 1
AYEB'S .
Compound Extract of Sareaparillal
the most effectual remedy which the mtdical .
skill of our' times can devise for this STrerT-
where prevailing and fatal malady. It is com- .
blned from the most active remediali that bar J
been discovered for the expurgation of this i
disorder from the blood, and th. rescue of th
system from its destructive consequences.
Hence it should be employed for the cur. of
not only Scrofula, but also those) other affec
tions which arise from it, such as Eapyrmi
and Ski Diseases, St. Akthoitt a fata,
B.OSB, or Erysipelas, Fimplbs, Pustoxbs,
Blotches, claims and Boils, Tenons, Ttmi
. 1
and Salt Rhbtx, Scald Hbad, KxNOWORir,
IlHBijMATi8M,STPHiLmoandMaKotrBixDia-
eases, Dnopsr, Dyspbpbia, Debility, and, . , ..r
indeed, all Complaintb abisino no Vitia
ted on Iupiirw Blood. The Tjooular belief " "
in " impurity of the Hood " ia founded in trnth, ' '.'
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. Th .-i.i t
particular purpose and virtu, of this Saraapa. u3l
rilla is to rjurisV and regenerate thia vital fluid.
without which sound health is impossible in ' ;
contammatea constitutions.
. A-STER'S
Ague Cure,
FOR THE SPSEDY CUBS OF '
Intermittent Fewer, or Fever asid Aapse,
Remittent Fewer, Chill Fewer, Dues. I
A(e, Periodical Ileadaette, r clUtew.
Headsvclae, and Billow. Fewer, Indeed , , :
for the whole claa of dlaee.ea rtajlnaa.
Ing la biliary derangmeat, eana.d ajr ;
the Malaria, of Dllasmatl. Conntxle.
We are enabled here to offer the community a fi
remedy which, while it cures the above complain ta
with certainty, ia atill perfectiy harmless la any
quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in districts ., ,
whero these afflicting aisorders prevail. This . , ,
"Curb" expels th miasmatic poison of Fsvam '' .
and Aoub from the system, add prevents the de- ' ' '
vclopment of the disease, if taken on the first axt. -
proach of its nremonitorv svmptom. It i not .nlr - - " '
tlie best remedy ever yet discovered for this class ,
of complaints, out also the cheapest. The large '
quantity we supply lor a dollar brings it within the
reach of every body and mbiUotudiitricts, where)
fEVER and aoub prevails, every boay auouia
have it and use it freely both for cure ana protect ' '
lion. A great superiority of this remedy over any ;
other ever discovered for the speedy and certain
cure of Intermittent is that it contain no Quinine
or mineral, consequently it produce no quinism or '
other injurious etiects whatever upon the constitu
tion. Those cured by it are left as healthy as if
they had never had the disease. '
i ever and Ague is not alone the consequence ol
the miasmatic poison. A great variety of disor
ders arise from its irritation, among which are .
Neuraloia, Sheumatitm, Gout, Headache, Blind' '''
neet, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, FaL- . n,
pitation. Pain ful Affection of the Spleen, iyjfar.
ict, Pain in the Bowels, Colic, Paralyti ana De
rangement of the Stomach, all of which, when .
originating in this cause, put on tbe intermittent , ,
type, or become periodical. Thia " Curb " expel ' '
the poison tram tne niooa, ana eonmrqumuy cures
them all alike. It ia an invaluable protection to
immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing in the malarious districts. If taken oeca- ' -ionally
or daily while exposed to the infection, . , 1, -that
will be excreted from the ayitem, and cannot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into di-w
ease. Hence it is even mors valuable for pro tee- , TX
tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from Inter- ,
mittenta if they avail themielves of ths protection '- ' '
this remedy affords. - . 1 . ;. -1
Prepared by Sr. X C. AYZB to CO., Lowell,
ROBERTS ai BAMTIEU Colombo..
Abo by Drnggiit and Dealers everywhere.
nov:iyd,tww
PBICX8 BIDVCIO
t -j j i.
From th New 1 ork Obaerver-l
Aiallpartlei manufacturing Sewing Machine are oh-
llgod to pay Mr. How a license oaeach maehia esld,
and are aio compelled to make return to him, under
oath, a to the number mid, hi. book! give a correct mte
menU From this reliable louro w. hav. Atetaed tn
following atatiaUoa. Of the machine mad in the year
laoa.there were sold, - .-'
.1
amr , 4 i f 4.
By Wheeler at Wilson.... 8I.S05 i; ; .,
I. M. Blnger Co 10.953
, Grover A Baker 10 ' ,
(howinc th ales of Wheeler Wilson to fee (tools sc V
fhos of any other Company." . . ,..,.,.,,
Awarded the highest premlum-at th
United State Fair of 1858, IBM and I860; 1 .
also at th ., ,
Ohio Stat Fair of 1B59 and 1888; wU
and at nearly all th County Fain la the Stat.
Onr nrlces, at the late reduction, or a tots ml anu
loci ttich machine now nld. and but a tilBe higher than
the interior two lArvaa CAatn shca macMae. smw
fbrced upon the market. , ,
The WHEBLIM, tt WILBON nAOBlBl makttltri.
Lock Stich th only one which cannot btsavaled. It rw '..-
Is Auks oa Both Bioaaof th toods, leaving no rda or .
ehainontht wndtr.tid. . ' i-1 -"P
All machine warranted 3 near, and instruction . .
vIvmi In their nM. free of ehano.
a An . r wr B, . ' - A ... . T
WM. flCMNBB A CO . ...
dtcS SawdJmfcwflm PI' Opt Hoe, OlncteBen. ' "
' 1 o btta
Dneriu a Daie. u pi
Cornelius Jacob . 1 , ' ; . ) vi aivi-t
. Common Picas. t
Wt. Milter .tal. r it '" - ii
Bv riRTct; or a writ or tlfa. Vi,0
a an directed, from lb Court of Ooarmoa Plea
of Frank 11 Ooanty, Ohio, I will offer for sale, oa the a,
farm occupied by.W, P. A J. B. Miller, la JataB, u,y
Township, oo ' '
Monday, th. ICthday of April, A.D.MSi,'
atSo'dock,!?. M., the following property, to-wllt Oa ;-''a
bay mare, one lorrel horse, on snare celt, eo eolt,
one tw hore wagon, three ten doubt harne, kth r-
head of hog, and th undivided ne-hlf latsrewt In a 1 lJ!
reaping maobln, levied oa in. property eg n. r.m
i k. Miller.
-, ; .1.;W, BrTFHAN. Sherir,' it .
orilB-lOld. By Ed. Da via, Deputy. , ,
iL.SIAn A' SA.A1M HLAUa. OIS.Sa. u '
X!i BtrMt BaKgnee and kUnUw; also. Rich Trlmwla
end TasMla to match, at BAtsI -
saaySi
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