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VOL. VII. NO. 264. NEW SERIES.
COLUMBUS. OHIO. FRIDAY EVENING. APRIL 12. 1861.
IIZ E0LL1XL3 RES YZAZ'
. InTribly la AAnqn.;X ..
D AIL. Tfil-WEEHY AJTD WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBLHHJ El AVSPBOPBIITOBI,
: 1 111 - - -- najajji
IT OffiM Bos. 88, 88 and 40, Forth High It.
TERMS INVARIABLY IK ADVANCE. - 7 , -
Dally- ' . 18 00 par year.
" y in carrier, per week, IS
Trl-WeiWr .' Oi
0 per year.
Weekly. . '- . . , 1 00
ini t Advertising- by tao SJqaare.
Dt ii uare I yeai . . , (20 00
One " S moLthi 18 00
3n " . 0 mouUn IS 00
3n " ' 3 month! 10 00
Out - II month 8 00
One ' I month. . S 00
One (quart S weeki. . 4 00
On " 8 week!., 3 00
On " 1 week... 1 71
On . " 3 days,., 1 00
One. . " , 8 day... 75
One "1 lnrtloh SO
Displayed advarUitaent ball more than the abov
Aitvertitement leaded and placed In the olaaai
Hpecial Jiolloe," aouou uu ordinary rattt.
. All uvtlcee requlreo to be pabllahed by law, legalist.
Hindered on the lnfiaeexeloiimy attar th ant week
pbr cent, mar than the abor rate; bat all tosh wll
wiwar In the Trl-Woekly without ohant.
Uutlnen Carde, notexoeedlng fir line, per year, In
41 uo, 1 super lln ontalde
Noticei of meeting!, charitable oeletlei, fire ooapanlei,
tie., half prlre. " .
Alltranrtmt advertitementt mutt b paid for M
t imuuit tse rule will not he varied from.
Weekly, law price ai the Dally, when the adrerUaer
eeelh Weekly alone. Where Daily and Weekly
1 re both need, then the charge lr th Weekly will be
n 11 me reteeoi in iauy
No advertisement taken except (or a definite period.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring-Ac Water Ste.,
OoltxixitDXija . Olxio.
W. B: : iPOTTS & do.,
And Mannfaotuwn of Brae end Composition Catling,
riniahrd Bran Work of all DeterlpUon.
STENCIL CUTTINC, &C.
febl "OOHiiy - ' '
f, a. b. srauiiis,
Attornoy at Xja-vir
AND NOTARY PUBLIC. "
Office Amb I Building, oppotlte Capitol Bqnar.
Machine Manafactnring Company
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Cutlnga; KUl-Crewlsy, Xaehlnery.
; : , ( ALIOi .' ' ' " " i
0 itiit ccscaimoM.
0HA8. AMBOB, Pnp'l P. AM BOg.iTrea.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapoli!
Through to Indianaoolia without Change f Can
and bot One Change of Cari between
Columbus and St. Louis.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM tfOLUM
FIRSTTRAIN. - 7 -
(Dally, Monday excepted.)
MIGHT KXfftESS, Wa Dayton, at :4J a. ..top
ping at London, Xenla, Dayton, Ulddletown and Hamll.
ton, arrtflog at Cincinnati at 8:20 a. m. (Dayton at 5:45
a. m., Indlanopolb) at 10:48 a. .;. tonlaat 1150
P SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, at 0:10 a. m., atopplng at all 81a
UonibetweenOolnmboaand Cineuinatl and Dayton, ar
rlTlng at Cincinnati 11:03 a. at., Dayton atfclSa. m.,
IndianopolUaf S;2H p. n.
DAT IIPBKSS.at 9:30 p. n., ttoppGig at Alton,
Jefferaon, London, Charleston, Oedarrtlle, Ira la,
Bprlng Valley, Corwln, Morrow, Deerfleld, loiter'.
LoTeland, Hillford and Plalnrllle, arriving at Cincin
nati at 7:20 p. m.( St. Louie at 18 a; Dayton at 5:35 p.
.; Indianopoliiat 10:38 p. m.
Bleeping Oars on all Night Train t
Clnclnnutl ana Inaianapoll.
IIAGG AG E r CHECKED T1IHOTJOH,
lot further Icformatlon and Through Ticket, apply to
M. I. DOHBRTY,
Tloket Agent, Union Depot, Oolomboa, Ohio.
. B. W. WOODWAKD,
. .:t i . jNO. W. DOHbRTT '
jnlS ,.:.' , , . . , Agent, OolainbM,
AMERICAN 'WATCHES. ;
CM.VV AT NO. 83, SOUTH HIGH ST.,
end examuM onr new make of
nannfactared by X. II0WARD Ac CO , Bolton, Uaa.
Thee Watohe are far inperier to anything tver offered
to the pablle, nereioiore.
f ean eell them at price
Bavlei th eielmlv arencv.
I oan tell them at price 10 inn to time.
. I havajnit
recelred a large itook of
. ; , AMERICAN WATCHE8, v5 ff t i .
manufaoturtd by APPLET0N, TRACT, 00 t alw, a
fine ajeortment of -r -- -
ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES
In Gold and Silver Cat, at Panlo price. .
jutt " ' - W. 3. BATAai.:
: m . .. -'jMtBefiTa!jv . .
nr. cn GREEN ana - BLACK
XlAS i(M)haaBruaUo Cone. ,u .
lBOpooketeeld Dutch Government Java Coffcev v
H D.e Ceylon Coffea. ; . . -, ...-, 'iwii 1.."
tOObbl. (tandard Whtt Sngara, eonihitlng of Pow
SO qulnlal Grg Bank Oodfiak.; ,;i v t: i '
SObbl. Uut and Ho. i Mke t. . - - '
li to. Plok taliBoa., :.,,., ,,,.. . ; .....
100 bx. layer lawln, .(;?., 11 . ,:.. .i
BOaf. boa do,, u-do....:;.. .!.,. ..;,
lOOqr.box do ' - , . ;j
100 a0lvft41ffrBtkraa.and (rade. . ..;
motlT Wat. atcDOMALD. ,
And Blank-Book ttannfan tarer,'"1,
WORTH EJOtt fTSOT, COt CnO
'1 T -1 i'i
TtTHW wnBit; BHANEI
Trent 'BarnttHlll,"epringll.ld, O. tb bert brand ef
Vloar knagnt war market; tt.raenon goaranteoa.
lor eaie a.i;,.W. aoiwaiu r,.: . -r i
108 Boath lilfh trt.
AluK.A.Anarnr. ia nkvrixi ,
All aSsagW at J tkW9, ,-.
No.4 Ghvvnne Block.
A. P. ST0NE& O'EARRA
A BRNOW RECEIVING THEIRWIfl
SCB 000D8, and lnrlt th pnbllo to Inrneet
them. No inch (took of Oooda ha ever been brought to
thle market. Th Booth, In oneqono of th lallur
of in grain rop, ha not been able to panbae lb na
val quantity of rich good, and Ibl fast baa forced th
Importer! to aell them at pablle auction. Oar barer
(Mr..8tone) being In NewTork at then larg talee, took
advantage of theaa, and we oan and will tell ear good
here, at We than any on who parobaael two week, alnoa,
paid for them In Mew York. Our (lock I oomplet In
vary department of
ELEGANT DRESS 8ILK3,
OTTOMAN VELOURS, . -
. PRINTED MERINOS, '
.. DYED COBUOSt
BLACK ALPACAS, .
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
..'., - DELAINES.
SHAWLS AMD CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth .
Bought in One Day,
At one half the Ct of Impoitatlon.
In all Varletlea. of the celebrate.
Slannfatnro of C. 3. Oni
1 then 4c 8n. f :
Men', ladle aad Chlldrea' Under Bblrt and Drawn
Ladles Mleue and Children'! Holrv of all kind, la
Wool and Lamb' Wool; Ileecy Lined and Cotton Glove
01 every make.
A Owmplete utortment of all the uaual Tarle
ties of -
Ladies andOent'i Ilnrm Cambrio Hand.
kerchieft, Ao &o. : ,
To Mnon who call on m. w tdw ear word to
ihew them tb larger, beet and ahapt (took ef Good
ever earn in tnu maraev, r pay ua an aoiiar per
noarwnu looking. ttm
aei-aiyxtwitw. bxvct et u nim
LATHROP, LUDLNGTON & CO.
23 ft 25 PARK PL ACS,
20 ft 22 MUEEAY STB EXT,
, 3M JJW YOHBL.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Foreign and Domestic
FOR CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT. ; ;
We ara onmlne-. atenramnla wareroom. at th abov
nambere, (took of Good In each of th iz department
of onr boain, n parlor to anything we have heretofore
xniMUM to in trad,. -
CLOTH DEPARTMENT!; ,
Thle liu mn ta lie nraaent aumltad Under th
thoroagh management of a barer of long xperteno and
acknowledged good out. W keep xtnilT line of
Bneit and eboloeet
To b found la lb market, all (elected with th nioett
duwrlmuatlon. Alo, all grid, oolon and rartetlee or;
" SATINETS, .
LADIES' CL0AIN5GS, -
I ARMIES' and ktXROHAITS' 0AB8IMIRIB,
KINTTJCKY JIAN3, from ttf to K oenU per yard
. and upward; . . . .
TWIEDS, 19X to 15 oent pryard-Ut year told at
18 to SO; .
PRINTID IATINIT8, at 14 etnti;
And olker Good eorrtfvndis Low.
Manch eater D lain,
Hamilton do. . -Paoiao
t. do. .
fancy Gingham, "
Fancy gllka, '
ManebMUr Olngham, ,
Clinton " ' do. -Ottoman
Alpaca, : ,
. And On Nnt Select 8tyU tf
FANCY SPRING COODS.
PaclB do. -
Donmll't " do.
BnglUb i do. .
Atancheitor, fco. Print, o
' Lawreno 0. 8bUngi,
Stark . ... do. .....
Lathrop . do. ,.
Poeaatet ' do. -r '
Atlanll A. Ibtlagi,
V , , AH Grade tni Wid&. ; , , (
BLXA0DIP BHIRHNGt 'ADD BHMTIH08.
, .4 Great fall,;
Boott, , ,,
' A LA1QB AND tlUOT ABS0KTM INT.
OBIOKS , . . . r . . s ..-;, i
TICKIN0S all ft (adlng' brana. . ' ,
DBNIM8 do ' ' ''
BHIB.TIN4 gtRIPBSal! th leading brand.
KANKMNB "' ' do.. - da.
00R8BT JSAKS-1 W ' "0. "
HORBINS ' - do 1' Aor
AHA8XJ,'PAPia 0AMHRI08, QOLOBCD
BRIOI,Aco.,A, 1 '. -
LARQB AND- COXfLSTS 9T0CK8 OF
WEItX OOODB, v. j, , Sr. .1, 3 .
TAJ XXI I0TIOT8,
Ttwtioct 1 i Atirt PAAsnT.a'-'
CARPETS AND OIL-CLOTHS, x
And a eveat variety of Good not omrated all ,f
rktah we pledge oareelrte to Mil at the iovxN wtorM
edM tb larger porUoa at tro 10 1 80 pr eat.M
Irish" Iiiieix Goods. ;:'
1 1 i,wn cntrt Bocom
Plata and land. . .
uirung ana aoeom blow. . . . 1 -a
, . ' . Liiwa UhMtlnre and Plllo) Oaalng.'-
i , . . . V A4ea Oaatbrtea and long Lawn' K
t.- .. : '. 4, f.Adja fet-iaoila'ri ll .
j '-- tt JLlr , l S'!MifWia44)BjaV
iiinea tun. -" e. a mod i .iu.,ua,.
rUaea twel-wtb. ael.wwt Mmre.
Lines Btalr 0vw(uaca titaife.
i-ia rit'k I.H-A l-W,"irViwi.
tHB OHIO STATESMAN STEAM
BOOK AND JOB
Having Increated it already
I fully prepared to execute In the
MOST ELABORATE MANNER,
THE LATEST STYLES,
BILL HI ADS,
And erery deacrlptlon of
LETTER PBES9 PBINTIIVO,
Xttnal to any Irtabliahintnt In th State, and opos
tern which wlU ooiirpare' favorably with the
leading Xaitera PrlnUng Ilotur,
Harlna: mrery yaciUty to aid TJ
m tub noDConoif or
W offer our ttrvice to all who may deilr ttat claa
W have "connected with nr BiUbllahment a
BLANK BOOK BINDERY,
From which w produce the
XPixxeaat 3B1ax&1s. "WojtIx.
AND TBI HOOT
SUPERB RAIL ROAD BLAHK BOOKS.
I admitted to be
; Ti A.TLQ-IDQ'Ja?
COLETE IN FACILITIES,
PERFECT IN ORGANIZATION
. la thl CUT, and we may add,.
we will"favorably compare
PrlatUc Hoaao ta th Woat. .
.... : . ... .'.1
E W T L B BX B N t ,f rCBNIBH ING
""'.wVi' ' ' 1 i--.'l if.. '
.: noveiue u Feeajieeaoa aoam. . ,
. B,roa nd Garret Collar.
. I )m . 1 r Baiarotdered Pocket Baadkerehbjf
. Parla Kid Olovee. eoaertar ana.
Goldea Bill Ihlrta, varloo etyle, , .7 -1 ,
.-' Bove1 Gold Hill Ibirol, 'o " r
... Drivm and )trM Unm n-S rl , vzuJ
UMmu roki utnaawteBierB, Tan (Tjatar I
r, ruifl'.i""' "i . .
' BITW jtwt ajTrT 1
. . e V - i iU
.. 8 00
Dally, per year.
Trt Weekly, per rfar...
Weaklyi per yeai ..........'
The Devoted and Deserted Wife.
BY JAMES G. PERCIVAL.
n earn notI hay watebed th inn go down,
But yet be eoina not. One it wa not so.
He thluk not how the bitter tear do How,
Th while he hold, the riot In the town;
Tet be will come and chid, and I (hall weep,
And he will wake my Infant fr m hie iieep,
To blend hi feeble walling with my tear.
01 how I love a motberl watch to keep
Over tbeae aleeplng eyee; that taH which cheer
My heart, though eunk In eorrow fixed and deep.
I had a hatband one who loved me now
He vr wear a frown upon hi brow,
And feed hi pamlon on a wanton' Up,
A bee from laurel flower a poUon tip ,
But yet I cannot betel 01 then were hour
When I could hang forever on hi eye,
And Time, who itole with ailent witneat by.
Strewed, a be hurried on, hi path with flower.
I loved him then he loved ma too. My heart
Still flodi It fondneee kindle if he imlle;
The memory of dhr lovee will ne'er depart;
And though h often (ting me with t dart,
Vrnomed and barbed, and waat upon th vile
Oareaiea ablcb bit babe and mine thonld there
Tnough he thould tpurn me I will calmly bear
Hit madnett; and thonld tlckneit come and hy
It paralyalng bend upon him, then
I Would with klndnet all my wrougt reply,
Until th penitent thould weep, nd lay
How Injured end how faithful I had been.
Natural teeth, elean, sound and perfect, are
enentlal to the comeliness of.anj human face.
Defeotire teeth mar the handaomest features,
and oauie u to turn away our gaze with a kind
of disgust from, a oouotenance otherwise fault
lessly beautiful. Sound teeth not only add to
toe oomtori ana personal appearance, but oon
tribute lareelr to the health of all; hence spe
cial and scrupulous attention should be paid to
them daily, from early oblldhood, from the time
when the first permanent tooth makes lte ap
pearance, about the sixth year.. .
Whenerer it Is practicable, erery tooth in a
child's bead should be minutely ezamiaed by a
careful conscientious and skillful dentist every
few months, and the great importance' of spe
oial attention to their cleanliness, the avoidance
of .cold and bot drinks, of the use of any "picks"
harder than wood or quills, and of all dentrifices
prepared by unknown bands, should be impress,
ed upon th minds of the young with great as
siduity. Harm has been done by propagating the no
tion that sugar la injurious 10 the teeth, by di
verting attention from real causes of destruction
or decay. The eating of any amount of pure
sugar cannot injure the teelh directly, became
it baa no residue; it la wholly dissolved, and
pastes into the stomach.
Hut let it be remembered tbat the practice of
eating sugar or oandiea or any other aweet-
meats largely, will inevitably cause a disorder
of the stomach and generate gases there, which
win apeeaiiy anaermine tne health or the teeth.
By lnaiating too much on the fact that sugars
and candies destroy the teeth, an impression will
grow tbat If these are mainly avoided, the per.
son so doing wiil.have good teeth; and this leads
tne mind away from tne necessity ol keeping
the mouth olean and the stomach healthful.
If these things are well done, and the teeth ar
kept plugged in a finished atyle, teeth naturally
or hereditarily ''poor'!, may bsJtept in. a good
tat of preservation for many yeare.
All forma 01 dyspepsia, have a direot tenden
cy to destroy the teeth. Whatever causes ac
idity of tbeatomaob Is ruinous to th teeth., j A
tablespoonful of the purest syrop of loaf -sugar,
taken three timet a day before meals, will des
troy the ton of the healthiest stomach in a
very abort time- And when it Is remembered
how maoy patent mediolne are mad np in the
form of syrups and sweet lozenges, and how com
mon tb us of them hat become, it need net be
wondered at that every second or third person
met on tb street, know the meaning of "sour
stomsoh," or dytpepsia. It baa been shown
tbat if a souod tooth be steeped in ayrup for
torn days, it beeomes a aof 1, pulpy mass. That
does not prove that it la injurious to th teeth,
because it was a dead tooth; and, further, suoh
a steeping of a live tooth it impossible. Tne
castrio juice is innocuous to a livine? etomaob.
but at th very moment o deatbj that tame gas-
trio juice Degint to eat up tnestomacn. so itit
inconclusive to reason irom tbe living to the
eadd, or etc versa.
It it urged by many tbat calomel la a most
deadly agent to the teeth, tod yet if a eound
tootb it aoaKea lor week together in a solution
ol calomel, no apparent effect whatever is pro
duced on it.
So far from sugars and pure candies injuria:
tb teeth or tb health, they would, it used
wisely and In moderation, as sole desserts, be
actual preservative! of both, especially It al
ternated, at desserts, with fruits and berries in
their natural, raw, ripe, fresh, perfect state,
by banishing from our table th peetiferous pie,
the leaden pudding, and pastries and oakes ol
very name, which, as desserts, always tempt
to xce wbica lay the foundation for disea
ses which torture for a lifetime or bring speed
lly to tb grave.
Let to spirit 01 tnis artioie o distinctly un
derstood. Pur augers and candle do not Injure
tb teeth, except indirectly by their injudicious
use inciting acidity of stomach or dyspepsia, as
win any other kind or 100a or drink, or bever
age, if extravagantly used.
At seasons 01 the year when fruits and berries
may not be bad, ripe, Iresb and perfect, as
desserts, pur sugars and tandiet may be used
as mob in their stead tb great advantaea. ba-
oaus they ar healthful, being warming, nutri
tious and agreeaoie, nenoe, as a table artioie,
they ar very valuable, while th almost uni
versal lova of them shows that they wer intend
ed to b eaten. If a child ia not allowed to eat
anything containing sugar, It willslcken and die
In a very ahort time. Children need tbe carbon,
the fuel contained In sugar, to keep them warm;
without 11 tney would perish trom cold 1 bene
the love of tweet things Is an instinct, implant
ed by th kind and wis Maker ol ua all for tb
child's preservation. There ar a parcel of stupid
creatures in tb world whose sol stock in. trad
of brains and logio amounts to tbis, "that what
ever ta good la unhealthy." it is not advised
that children thould be allowed to eat tugar
whenever thev wauLit; . but that a, a dea
ler!, alter each regular meal, the os of pur
sngara and candies would benent.ato not injure.
-UiWt Journal of Htalth. ., , ,,, ?
Woman the Past ages and in the Present.
Thomas Bailey Aldricb, lbs port, observed .
Th nineteenth eentury, among other Inven
tions and discoveries, baa discovered Wemaa I
It wa not enough tbat she wat placed In the
Garden of Eden for us. We wer blind for
many thousand years. '' When tb wortd was
youog.w mad her fetch our wood and cook our
food and play in meniau ntn our oajt ot chiv
alry, w taught bar to be a. pretty Amaaoo, to
dresi our wound, to bind her scarf about oar
aelmet.to rtoeir a fantastio and Iniinoer ado
ration. Then, at il there wen never to be an end
to our nonsense, w fancied that she wat an Ar
eadian ibeDtrdess, or s lovely woolnvmrA with
oonfused ideas of virtu. Then wat the sickly,
sentimental, paatorat in in ion matt. T&en
did tb Up us on th obeek with her fan, and
smirk and smile, and paint and powder, and
wear ber hair four stories high. That wat the
oour.lt age. r But by and byline wearied of
tbese follis. ' W begin to treat ber with more
tent! then little by littl th began to, assert
herself; th belter w treated her th mora th
asserted, until at last we cried out, like a Frank'
ostein, "What monster it thit w have crea
ted i'r But It wat not a monster it wat only a
unman! Great in her weakness, iioble In her
oheiltv. beautiful in her patleoo. W bare
found her out I She wat never so recognised at
ow; we bavtJ discovered uai tb baa brain at
wall at heart, -that she can write vertes likri
Mr. Brawnlnt. paint piolur like Rosa Bon-
hw, andttlU be all Ibat it gentlt and kreabU
DfUTl mm liaa w ow.a wuei. awU.a autA IVT VM
Ok tlmiw) Nlghtjugale. ;;
Mrs. Burdell in California—Almost Another
Mrt. Cunningham Burdell hat turned no In
th sentimental ro In California. W quote
from the th San Francisco Mirror 1 t
During a late ball season, a oantleman. who
io bis native city had figured ae oue ol the
-pina 01 lasnion," determined upon creating a
Bsueatiuu. tia oaa amassed dt ouigenoe and
economy some five thousand dollars, on tb
treogth of which he had resolved to cut th
shear and yard-stick, to enter the new roltot
dealer In Washoe stock, to buy a neat cottage
00 tb bill-side and get Mart irtf a somewhat
extensive series of investments, at may be im
agined, for an operator whote "pile" might
have been carried without Inconvenience in one
of bis pockets. Young Muff was, bowever, a
fellow of infinite sest, and wat not to be put
down when he had made up his mind to tny un
dertakipg.. As a preliminary step, tberelore,
he purchased a showy wardrobe aod Indulged In
a variety of Jewelry, which swent off at onse
some five hundred dollars of bis oapital.
For some evenings Muff haunted the various
concerts and ball rooms without attracting any-
uMug ua me attention ne nao anticipated. At
length Muff is conscious of an Improvement!
on on evening at a ball or the Bona of Celibacy
or some such Order, as he stood In a giaceful
attitude aloof from the throng, during tbe
promenade, be obieived that tbe eye of every
lady were fastened 00 bim in passing, and that
a conversation ensued, with a backwsrd refer
ence to himself. He Increased attitude they
redoubled their attentions. An elentlv at.
tired lady, "fair, fat. and fortv." who hid been
silling by herself for some lime on one ff tbe
benches, attracted bis regards. He made a
desperate shove and Introduced himself. In a
moment they were entsngled In the mtzes of
tbe Laneero. Tbe lady was well Informed and
vivacious, and belonged to ana nf tha Brat
families, at he felt assured by tb manner In
wbioh she maneuvered her fan. They indulged
to conversation, aod more dancinw. deaondr)
together to the supper room, and, in fact, passed
the evening together being the observed
among tb observers.
1 be lady professed to be wealthy a wlrin
traveling (o wear off tbe melancholy Impres
sions excited by her bereavement. An invita
tion ensued, and at all tbe ball of tbe aeason
this enamored couple were to be seen, attracting
all tb attention of the ball rooms, and tbe
crowd actually making room for them wherever
they passed. Evidently tbe men and women
were all dying of envy. Once, even an inti
mate friend, with an air of pity, had asked bim
whether be knew with whom be was dancing ;
when he put on a knowing: erln and milled.
"0W1 1, though?" At which the friend shrug-
ged bis shoulders and passed on. This went
lorward lor some weeke, when, on evening,
having penned his partner in a cotillon in a cor
ner of tbe extensive oavillion of the tnatitnta.
be wat gratified by observing: that a crowd of
aigmy or a nunored persons bad colleoted about
them. Th gentleman wa delighted tbe ladv
was not so much so. Presently, Doctor Burke,
the sffable Chief of Police, made bis appearance
among the spectators, where be remained for
some twenty minutes, gating upon the lady, as
bui 1 iieu uj ner attractions
Young Muff was horrified on the same nieht bv
tb information tbat ba had lor some week
been vigorously makine love to Mrs.- Cunning
ham Burdell 1
A Genuine Western Man.
Under this head tb Pbiladelnhla BulUtim
discusses the characteristics of Western men.
wno poetess, in nig opinion, an in acuteness
for wbicb th Mew fcnglandershave been noted
1 ne Bulletin save:
The genuine, thundering-Western man, who
can wnip nis weignc in wild cats, In whatever
guise tbey come, wnether-thatuf tbe primeval,
uawrwauiiug uemzen 01 tne forest, or of tbe
00 lest dangerous wild oat bank ia a moat
curious study. Crawford must have bad him
bis eye, when he created bis saucy statu of
leaning lorwaro bair turned, one
foot a littl advanced, wearing a defiant, all
daring look, and rather gaudily bedizened wlih
stars and stripes.
To tbe thirty year old Western man of to day
his is, in the moet prodigious sense of the
word, a great country bis a great people At
six be went with his father on a flat boat down
the Mississippi, which ia a biz thi nc. Erw
since he has been whirling tbrouch a nerfect
World's Fair of great American things pala
tial steamers.' brown stone mushroom cities,
ocean lakes, Egyptian grain depots, ten thou
sand aore wheat fields, fifty miles square corn
fields, boundless prairies, endless railroads, Im
measurable quarter section speculations, toler
ably fair cattle droves. He has learned In imni
the spade, tbe hoe, the flail and the scythe.
iawu. niggers, reapers, inreaners and mowers
have swarmed around him. He bat seen many
obstacles vanish before tbe skill of his country
men, and he holds hinuelf in readiness to un
dertake any such task, however; impossible it
may seem. Yea, he stands ready for
"Planting deeert. bridging ocean,
Bridging the coral aura.'' . , . '
We have one of these Irrepressible speci
mens in mind just now. Comparatively igno
rant was he of the work he ' had . undertaken,
and vet the pluck and brass and energy that
was in him was so shaken together, pressed
down and running over, that be waa enabled to
crush through every obstacle that stood in th
way of the lucoesa ho sought In tbat direc
tion. Never tiring, never relaxing, always
worked opto the highest pitch of effort, True
and never failing with bit hands, griping difHouU
ties wbleh hie ignorance brought bim fac to
face witb,ln a way 10 mil of quiet fury that tby
were either", it once apparently conquered In the
estimation of lookers on, or rendered almost Aors
dt combat. Thrusting himseli irreelstably Into
every department of the concern, tin little
bis presence was deslred,aod enforcing a tact ae
quiescenoe In his presence uu uivu wicre,
tbroughsheer strength of will and intellect, ex
treme endeavor to do well what he put his hand
to, and fair success thereat for a novio.. , t
Sucb, and so great and ao wonderful, is your
genuine Western man. For further particulars
see portions of Soutbey's description of the
"Cataract of Lodore." , ......
Definitions of War Terms.
In these warlike times, the following! from
the SoUnlfie American, will be read with ln-
' 1 1
The Columblsd or Palxhan (pronounosd pay
tan) it large gun, designed principally for fir
log shells it being far more moreaceurat than
the ordinary short mortar. - A mortar I a very
ahort cannon, with a larg bore, torn of ihem
thirteen inches In diameter, for firing shall.
Those in use in our army are set at an angle of
45 degrees, aod the range of ahell le varied by
altering the charge of powder, v Tb shell ia
caused to explode at just about the time tbat
II strikes, by meana of a fuse, tb length of
wbioh Is adjusted to the time ot flight le be oc
cupied by tbe ball, whloh, of course, 'Oorte
poeds with tbe range. Tbe aooaraey with whloh
the time of tbe buruiogof a fus oan b adjusted
by varjlng it length I surprising, food arilii
riitt generally succeeding in having their ensile
explode almoet at tbe exact instant ortfiklae
In leading a mortar, the ahall la carefully plo
d with ., th .1 fus directly , forward,- and
when the pieoe ia dieobarged, the.. shell
is so completely enveloped v with - flame
that the luse Is nearly always fired. 1 The lus
le made by filling a wooden cylinder with lus
powder, tbe cylinder being of a sufflcisat length
rot the longest range, to be cut dowa ahorter for
ahorter range, at required,, A Dablgre gun
ia an ordinary cannon, except that At h made
very thick at the breech for torn three er fear
feet, when it taper down, sharply t leas than
the usual size, i Tola form waa adopted la eon
sequence of the expert mints of Capt Dehlgreea,
of lb United Slates Navy, having; shown tbat
whea t gun burets It usually glva way at tb
hrAr-h. , Th JSiaamrm ia armed with thaaa na.
and at the Brooklyn Navy yard there ar aixty
Welching about 9,000. Bounds jjacha aad Six
fjSaayW? WUKk lwJf W WUwioratf Of. WWch
are capabl of carrying nfn loon, and th lat
ter a ten Inch shell a distance of two or three
miles; and there is on gun of thl pattern wbioh
weight 15,916 pounde, aad la warranted to tend
to eleven inch shell four mile. A cuemat ia
a stone roof to a fort, made sufficiently thick to
resist the force of cannon ball, and casemate-
gun It on which it placed under a casemate).
A barbette is one which is placed 00 th top of
.u lurimoauon . ao emorasur I tbe bole or
opening through wluob suns are fired from ford
fioatioDS- Lrop belts ar opeuiugs in walls to
ore muBietry turougn.
KNAPP 8c CO.'S,
119 South High Street,
Our Cough, Wd, Boonmtf. Jnitu.
wmma. artv 7usu fvaa "
IknaU Bdtmt Us Banking
M OmovmptUmy BnmktUit, AntAa.
ma, and Vatarrh, CUar and givt
irannui to tnt ewer or
aad SINGEttSJ. '
awaa nt tit a ImnArltnita a ka.kU- j
fv miv eneiv " viiauw wi VirovaiUI E VOUEU
At flAmmAa Pnlrltl 1st It flrtafaM Ih.t i.:l i aT
ua wva.ava ' ... aaaae WAIIUU IU lUfJ
beglnotng would yUld to mild rvaedr, If Dtlfwied,
oon atUtski the lunfrx. "Mfwm'i MnMcMal Tbocim
coiiwBiDiDBr utmumut WBrrjuMuiB, oUUtJ HLlTAODftry Od
BBOWM'8 I "That tronbl In my Throat, (for which
the 47VoaAea ara a BMelflft h.vin
n , r. WTLU8. '
"I raoommend their ua to Poiuc Briaa-
t ' RET. B. fin
MIIav nrond axlreaMl aervui.i. r.
REV. BTBNkT WARD IEB0HER.
"Almoet Inttant relief In th duotalng
labor f breathing peculiar to imii."
REV. A. 0. BOOLSBro. '
''Contain no Oplnm or anything injorl
out." PR. A A. HATES,
... ",' .' , ton
"A limnle and Pleasant oombiutun tn.
SB. Q. f. BIGELOW,
"Beneficial In BacwcmTna."
"I hav proved them excellent for Wnnor
REV, H. W. WARREN, '
, ' ' Botfon,
"Beneficial whan 00 a) palled to apeak, (of
fering from Oou." .
BBT. I. P. J. ANDERSON,
1 i . - .. . st LoMit.
"ErmViX la removing Boareeneee and
Irritatioa ef tha Throat, a eoauiea with
jruuatand BiMaae." 1
Prof. If ACT JOHNSON
L Brtmgt. Co.,
Teacher of Motto, Southern
Or! aeoett when taken before and after
preaohlog.ae they prevent Hoarreneu. Prom
their peat effeot, I think they will be tt per
manent advanur to me."
EBV.B.ROWLET. A. M.,
I . Preaident of Athea Oolleg, Tenn.
Untold by all Droggiit at TWENTY
FIVB CENTS A BOX.JTT
I ROBBBTS at SAMCBL. . ., .
. ', .- . 1 DragtlM, M North Hlithttreet." '
' .' ! .... , . I.SAMDKL CO.. .....
' ' . BSSonth HlghUeet,Oolmbj,0. .1
. aart-dtodta "
Watehei i Eiftttondi !l: gjir Wax til
A CHOICE AVSJORTSIlENT Of SOLA
J.X. ana silver wttcnee, in gnat variety.
1 am Agent for tbe A anew. a Wxtca Co and eaa
ell thew xoellBt WaU-he at aaaafaciurera' ulou.
iiWwiuiUi.Mttf.ii. m. r.
Com and chooee from ay beaotlrol llmlav ef PI-
aond and other rich Jewelry. . Style saw price low.
a to Silver Ware or tterling Qnallty,,! cu show aew
paUeraa, very handtcBM 1 '
Silver PmMd Ware, ra aarto, Dm, Wallera, Castor,
Buket. Pltcbara. aoblet. Knivw, forta Snaaae. An.
" Tbea I have tupply of Baa Table Cattery, PoekeA
Knlve, sen, A., and many laaey Qoode tnoh a
at deelred for preteat at aaeh price, at n an tndocc
aai M in ponnaeer, . wet. vlinn,
i .1 u.. ,t f, 10 Boekey Bkeaa,' 1
Jtrtl North aid State Hoae eaiiarav.
il- of Pbaloa's Betakllihtrent, , ti,) PmptiMwr
V. V..b 1.1 LI. .1 1 M . ...
(in VI ft rHUIIUWDH 0IITM1 XtU, UeUlDg
Bhampooabig, Curling and Drataing Saloon, Beat Slat
Mnat, aver th Pod Offlee, when mtiifactloa will
be given m all th worioae haineliea. Ladle aad
Children' Half Drawing torn a tb keat stylo. ! 1
SPRINO CLOAKS And baiqmcsi
NSW BTTLia-Mala t . (
High ilreet, have Joe 1 opened aew atyle ef CuT Cia
f i.ae.' BAeqsima and Bacqba. aul in the aewMt and
nt oitaM. i-Ake, ' aaptrk Flala
t llkv vary., heavy, 4MmI aaitrM.lv for
ManUllaeaad BaaqakMa. ' i ' : (uprllS
T I. a t n " a w rieuHi n
SRKSS SILKSrffvervgvadW lb moet alct
rt a. .riO nn ti& 1
Scrofula, or King's Evil,
Is a coiutitutional disease, a corruption of the ,
blood, by which this fluid becomes vitiated, '
weak, and poor. Being in the rimilatioa, tt
pervadca the whole bodv, end may bunt oat "
i"w 'j pun 01 n. - no organ ia free
from its attacks, nor la there one which ft may
not destroy. Tbe scrofulous taint ia variouiily
caused by mercurial disease, low Irving, di -
ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, Sltlt "
and filthy habits, the depressing vices, and, '
abov all, by th venereal infveuon. What- '
ever be its origin, it i hereditary in the eon ''
atitution, descending from parent ta children,
unto the third and fourth generation " incWed- .
It seems to be the rod of Him who any, 1
will visit the iniquities of the xathert upon '
their cliildren." ... .,
It effect commence by deposition from tha -
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, tc
the lungs, liver, and Internal organs, ia termed
tubercles; in the glands, swellings and on
tho surface, eruption or sores. ' This soul eot
ruption, which genders in the blood, aepiwaaas
the energies of life, so that scrofulous constitri-
tlons not only suffer from scrofulous com '"
plaints, but they have far lea power to with-,
atand the attacks of other diseases I conse
quently vast number peruh by disorders
which, although not scrofulous in their nature, ...
are atill rendered fatal by this taint in the '
system. Most of the consumption which de
cimates the human family has its origin directly
in this scrofulous contamination t and many , ,
destructive diseases of the liver, kidney, braia, ; "'
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from ox
are aggravated by the same cause.
One quarter of all our people are scrofulous 1 1
their oersont are invaded bv thia lurklnw In. "
fection, and their health is undermined by it.
To cleanse it from the system we mutt tanovata
ine Diooa by an alteraave medicine, and ta- " '
vigorate it by healthy food and exercis.
Such a medicine we supply in .
Compound Extract of Saipaiilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical :
skill of our timet can devise for this every
where prevailing and fatal malady. It ia com- "
blned from the most active remedial that hav -been
discovered for the expurgation of this foul . .
disorder from th blood, and tha reeaue of the
Sstem from its destructive comequencs.
ence it ehould be employed for the cure of .
not only Scrofula, but also those other nBao- . .
tions which arise from It, such as arpnva . ..
and Skin DiaaAtas, St. Amthont'b Fiu,
Ross, or Ertsipblas, Fikplks, Pcstulxs, :
Blotches, Blains and Boils, ToxotuvTrrrES
and Salt Rhiux, Scald Hbad, Bjmwoxx,
bases, Drofst, Dtsfbpsu, DaBOiTT, and, t .'
indeed, all Complaints abisimo pbok Vitia
ted oa Ixfvbb Blood. The popular belief '
in impurity of tit Uood " is founded in truth,
for scrofula ia a degeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose and virtue of this Saraapa-
rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible in
roa TUB SPEEDY CTJBB Of
lateraittiat Fvr, erFmraalAgae.
Remittent Fewer. ChOl y . ,
Ague, rtrieeical Hwdacae, aw Btlloaae .
Headache, aad Biliewe Fawoct), SmAewel
for tat whol elaaa f dlaaa rlejiaiat- '
tng; ta biliary deraagenasxtt, eaai.d hf '
tha Malaria of Btlaamati Coaatrlaa. .
We are enabled here to offer the community a
remedy which, while it cures the above complaints ' '
with certainty, is still perfectly narrates in any
quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in districts
where these afflicting disorders prevail. This
"Cub" expel the miatmatie poison of Fxvaa
and Aoua from the syitant, and prevaata th de
velopment of th dieeaie, if taken on th first ap
proach of it premonitory symptom. It i not only '
the best remedy ever yet ditcovered tor this elaaa
of complaints, hut alio the cheapest. The lam
quantity we supply for a dollar bring It within the
reach of every body j and in bilious districts, where
Fever and Aoub prevails, every body should "
have it and use it freely both for sure ana pro too-...
tion. A great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and certain
cure of Intermittent is that it contains ne Quinine ,
or mineral, consequently it produce no quinism or
ether iniuriou effect whatever upon the eonttitu-
tion. Thou cured by it are left as healthy as if
they had never had the disease.
1 ever and Ague ia not alone the consequence of
the miaamatie poison. A grant variety of disor
der arise from its irritation, among which are
Ntwajnia. Rhtumatitm, Gout, Headaeha, Blind
net, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, PaU '
jo Uation, Painful Affection of th Spleen, llutttr
ki. Pain in the Botoelt, Coke, Paralyti and Da
rangtment of tht Stomach, all of which, when ' '
originating in this eanse. put on the intermittent
type, or become periodical. This Cona " expels
the poison from the blood, and eoneeqaently euras'T '
them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to .
immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing in the malarious districts. If taken occa
(ionally or daily while exposed t the infecting,
that will be excreted from the system, and cannot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripea into die
eaie. Hence it is even more valuable for protec
tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from Inter
mittent if their avail themselve of th protection
thi remedy afford. ..
Prepared by Sr. J. 0. ATXB A CO., Lowdl, Btasa.
., ROBERTS a BAktCat. UslamlHu.
And by Droggltia and Dealer eveiywhere.
Trom tb New korkObaerver-l 4 '
At all oarUee mannfactarir Bewiae kfaohlnaaaraiib. -
Itged le dm Mr. Howe a lietna on eeoh nuebiixaald.
and are a to compelled to make retarnt to him, ander
oath, a to thecwmberaold, hit book give aeorreoteta- '
meat, rrom tnu reliable eonroe we aav obtained th
following (taUittot.. Of th michm mad a to tear
IdW, then war mild, , . ... 1 .
By Wheeler St Wilton Sl.SOS .
. " I. ht. Singer a Co.. I0.BU
" Stover a Baker .10X0 - .
Chewing the tale of Wbeder WUon to be daull
those of any other Company."
Awarded the highest premium at the '- - ' -1
United Stale Iain of lt8, loiS and 18S0;
alto at th
, ,-.' Obi Stat vain of IBM and 1461 1 .oii V
and at nearly all tb County Pain la the Itae.. - ,.
Our prices, st th late reduction, ar a low a any
loot fcA aoobla aew Ml, and bat a tilde higher ttiaa '
th Interior two thread chain MaA aaautiiua, new
forced aran the market.
The WatBLBR a WILSON MAOHIMB eaakoaikef
Leex Sticb the only eae whloh cannot benveled. It
la A uaa ea Bora Sioaael th good, leaving ae rdge or
ehainonth mnderMdt. .., ... ... !
All macAine vafanted 1 weave, and tnetmeUtn
grren In their ate, free of ebtne. -v " '
it, U. CRAKT,BI High .,uoiameee, .,, ,
'i I.. . . WM. SUMNER a 00
dacS xawdSoiAwem Plke'e 0ee fieaae. CinalamM. . f
v. ' I '
Hilar tl. I
' Coeamen Plea.
Bt viBTBi; or A "wniT or n. r
o m directed, Ire the Court ef Oomatoa Pieas
ef Prank Ha County, Ohio, I all! eder ht eole, ew tb
lana eeeapM by W. p. at J. B. Miller, U Jasksea .
Monday, the IStb day of April, A. D. 1SC1, ;
att,lockP. M-.lhefollowiwg ptpeti,le-wltf On 1
bay man, eae torral hone, one awn eolt, ene eolt, ,
one twe hen wagon, three m doabl hernen. eavea
headef hoge, and th undivided ana-half intoreatlaa'
In maohin, levies en e tbe property et W. p.da '
uuer. . : i ' 1 '
apvtl a0til.K ,J By Ad. lna, L.ttty. .
Printer"! fee. !;'
,ina a-a.airk libAta t-a.... , j j
j Btnet Biwque aad atftEtlee; alao. Uvh 1 n .
aA Twel le makah, at
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