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VOL. TIL NO. 265. NEW SERIES;, : COLUMBUS. 0EI0. SATURDAY EVENING. APRIL 13.1861.
fIZ SOUAXJ PX3 YZA&a
, la Adranet) EJ
Sljc (!)l)ict Stottsmmt
DAILY. TBI-WEEKLY ASS WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
fUBlTIHl SB ' AaTD PlOFtllTOII.
CT Offlea Hoi. 88, 88 and 40, Forth High It.
' TERMS INVABIABLY IN ADVANCE. . , '., ,
Daily . . IB 00 per year,
" By the Carrier, per week, 13 cent. -rrt-W.jlflv
. , . 1 00 par year,
Weekly,
1 00
crin of Advertising- by the Square.
B sonar I yeai . . . 120 00
On tqutn S weeke. .94 M
On " lMki 00
On " . lWMk... 1 7t
On
3n .
Due
3ne
One '
V monthe IS 00
t montlii U 00
3 months 10 Mi
S monthi 8 00
I month. 8 00
On " I days... I 00
On " Sdayl... 75
On " llnnrtioB SO
Displayed adverttssmeuta halt von thin th itm
Intel. I i - .
Advertisements leaded and placed In th tolumn of
Soecial Notices," dOMOit (A. ordinary ram.
All uottoM require to be published by lw, legal rate.
If ordered on the tnslae exclusively titer the nrst wee
per cent, more than the abor ratea; bat all inch wll
tnuear In tlie Tri-Weekly without chanre.
Business Cardi, not exceeding At Unei, par year, In
el do, ' SO per line; outside
Notloeeof meeUDgi,chariUbleaoeletle.niaoonipanll,
Ac. half prlc. ...
All tranin.t advrlUmmtl mrt t paid far ta
tJvavro The rule will not be varied (rem.
W eekly, lam prlc a th Pally, where th advertiser
ea the Weekly alone. Where he Dally and Weekly
are both uaed, then the charge forth Weekly will k
a ill the rateeoi uie uaiiy
No advertisement taken except for a definite period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring- it Water Sta.,
O olxxxiaTatua , Otvio
W. B. POTTS & CO.,
MAOmNIOTO, '
And Manufacturer! of Bra and Composition CaaUnft,
IflnUhtd Braal Work of all DeeorlpUone.
Electro Platingand Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTING., &C.
febl VO-dly
F. A. B. 8DCKIH8,
Attorney At Iiaw
AND NOTARY PUBLIC. ,
Offle Ambot Building, oppoilt Capitol Square.
' OOLUMBUB. OHIOJ
OO3T7A333T70
Machine Manufacturing Corapanj
(rxm
MaMoraonrtiM of
STEAM ENGINES & B0HERS,
Cat tin si, KUl-Oaarlog, K&ahlnary.
4 MmaaBaMommaamwHiemmi
ALSO '
Railroad , Worts.
' or bvut DcaoBirnoM.
. . coiicmBt;! omo.
0HAS. AMBOB, Sup'l. ?. AMBOSTraf.
doell, lUM-tf
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
r "moiaT
RAILROADS.
Fox Cincinnati, Dayton 4 Indianapolis!
Through to Indlanaoolia without Change of Cars
and bat One Change of Cars between
Columbni and St. Loul.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS. FIRSTTRAIN.
- (Dally, Monday raeeptcd.) '
HIQHT KXrUBBS, via Dayton, at 8:45 a. m., stop
ping at London, Xeota, Dayton, kllddletown and Bamll
toa,arrlTlogtCincinnatlatB:20a. m.; Dayton atd:4t
a. m., Indlanopolli at 10:4B a.m.; it. Loulaat 11:50
9 " SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION , at 8:10 a. m., stopping at all Sta
ttonibetwtenOolumbusand Cincinnati and Dayton. ar
rlTlng at Cincinnati U:0S a. m., Dayton at 9: 15 a. .,
Indlanopolli af S;S8 p. m.
THIRD TRAIN.
SAY IXPBJ88,at t:30p. m., stopping at Altos,
Jeffersoa, London, - Charleston. Cedarrtll, Xenia.
Spring Valley, Corwln, Morrow, DeerfleUl, foater'a
Loroland, Millfordaod Plaianlle, arrlTlbg at Cincin
nati at 7:80 p. m. Bt. tonla at 18 m; Dayton at p.
m.; IndtanopolUat 10:38 p. m.
Sleeping; Cars an all Nlerht Trains te
Cincinnati and Indiana p lie.
BAGOAOG dlEl'MED THBOCOH.
; for farther lcformatton and Through Tickets apply to
. : , M L. DOHBBTY,
Ticket Agent. Colon Depot. Columbus, Ohio, i
B. W. WOODWARD,
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
JulS
Agent, Coluobua, '
SOMETHING NEW ;
HOWARD & GO'S.
AMERICAN WATCHES. ;
CALL AT TiO. 83, SOUTH HIGH ST.,
and examine our new mak of . .
. AMERICAN WATCHES,
manufactured by K. I10WABD A CO , Boston, tlast.
The Watobee are far superior to anything Tr offered
to th public, heretofore. Having the exelurtra agency,
I oan sell them at prioes to suit the time. I bare just
reoelTed a large stock of .. ,. . . , ,
AMERICAN WATCHES, '
manufaetored by APPLIT0N, TBA0I, A 00 i alio, a
Bn aaeortmentof . ..-.: v.. ,
ENGLlkH AKD SWISS WATCHES,
la Oold and Bllrer Oases, at Panl prioes.
' SantS "i r-.. . , '. - - W. J. SAT AOS.
" . , Jut RetelTtdl ' v. :.
nr. cn Gut-En and black
l b AS loo baas crime Bio Cone.
iioo
A6 poekeuold Dutch QoYeroment Jar Coff, I
15 bag Oeylon Coffee. . t
gOAbble. eiandard Whit. Bugara, consisting of Pow
dred. Ohruahed, S ran u la ted A aad B 0 off. ,
SO qulatala Oeorge Btak Oodfteh.
SO bote. Mese and Mo. 1 Mackerel.
5 to. Plok Olmou. i
100 b. Layer Baielna. 1 "
AO hi. boa do do I
lOOqr. box do " do v !
lOO M Cigar, different braadf and grades. 1
BOT27 . . .WM. MoDONAM. I
u;;;,'r.i::c.,;titi'Ey.yj,
330032C xixjsnorrrt
' u And Blank'Boos: Kuiifanttirsr; ;
VOSTB KI0H ITRSZT, COLUJOTJi, OHIO
arla-dly ; '' tr, .
FAAIILT rLOUU.
TtrniTai WHEAT, BBAHDE0
from "Barnett Mill," Springfield, 0. th best brand af
WWmM VTVffut w oi suaraew oiuiwmg. niiaieiiw.wi
i . i . . uj It.nAllirij,.
MOT SII. IBV W f .t rf aa. mvvvmm3v 0,
acrvr , .... . . 108 South High lMt'
: A I.KlLANlraAlr.a 14.111 6LOVA.).
J Al)aaaajUmJAtnaidat BAI5B,
e.U. . 4 . Ma.WKifelUMrw.
STONE'aBAZAAR.
N"o. 4 Grwvnne Block.
A.V P. r STONE &' O'HARlU i
A BE WO W M EOEITlNO THEI B Wllf
. fBB 000D8, and UrlUthe pabtle to iatpMl
theaa. - Ma each itock of flood hat erar been broaght to
thlaaaarlKl. Tb Booth, la oone,uac of th fallur
of lb rain crop, ha aot been able to purehea th
aal quantity of rich fooda, and thla fact baa forced th
Importer! to aell then) at public auollos. , Our buyer
(Mr. atone) being la New York at the Ura lalea, took
tdraataieof theat, aadwa oaoand will Mil our good
Dare, at mm Uiaa any on woo purenatea two wia tine,
paid for them in New York. Ouratock Ueoaiplet la
avery daparttsant of . ,
ELEGANT DRE93 8ILK9,
' . OTTOMAN VELOUR8, ,
BROCHE VAUNCIAS, V,
PRINTED M El NOS,
PRINTED COBURG8,
DYEDCOBUOSi
BLACK ALPACAS,
ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
Aft nfArtf Tcf a fnirO
POPLINS, PRINTS,
DELAINES.
SHAWLS AilD CLOAKS!
Rve Thausaiid Dollars Worth
, Bought in One Day, ;
At ball tit Coit efl lanpentatlcn.
LADIES' FURS,
In all VarletleaY t the clerate
niaiinfatnre ! C. O. Guts- ,
there Ac Son. -
HOSIERY DEPARBIENT,:;
Krh'a.tadlea aad Children1! Cndwr Shirt and Bra ware;
Lad lea, Hlato and Ohliaren-e Hoaury or an Binaa, in
Wool and Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined aad Cotton Qlor
of erery mak.
ALwO
A oempleto kstottment of all the tunul rarie
del of
LADIES' CLOTH3,
CAS3IMEREH,
OVERCOATINGS, .
TWEEDS,
FLANNELS,
RIBBONS,
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladies and Gent's linen Cambrlo Hand
kerchiefs, Aft., &o.
To Dereonawho call on ua. w Blade oar word! I
show them th largest, beet and cheapen stock of Goo da
ear aeen la tbia market, or pay them on dollar per
hoar while looking.
deol-dlystawltw. ' btuhb at trniaaa.
LATHROP, LUDINGTON & CO.
23 & 25 FAEE PLACE,
20 tk 22 MUEBAY 8TEEET,
3M XJW YORK,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Foreign and Dbmestio
DRY GOODS
FOR CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT.
SFEma, 1861.
.'(--..; is, . . v :t: '
' Wo r opening, at oarampm wareteams. at th abor
anmbara, skMka of Oeod la oaah at th U dapartmeat
of oar sjoslaoas. oupertar te anything we kor hereufor
azhibited t Um trade. . . . ,
0 LOTH DEPARTMENT.
Thla ha grows telte preeeot aaagaltad under th
Ihoraogh managtmant of a barer of long expertene aad
J 1 A W. bMAnlMuItt ll.il al
th finest aad ahotottt .i ....;
FACVVESTIC$
-v AND .
FANCY OASSIMERES
Ta be found la th market, all selected with th nloaet
dlasrlmlaaUoa. Also, ail gradea, oolors and rartetle ofj
BROADCLOTHS,
8ATINETS,
LADIES' CL0AINNG3, ,
,. . . , , TWEEDS,
TABMBB8 and MXROnANTS 0 ASSIMJBB8,
KXMIOCKT JIASS, from SX to X oteU par yard
andapwarda;
rVTIIDS, UX to U enti per yard lait year sold at
18 to SO;
TBTHTtD IATWITS, ai U emta;
And tlhtr Good etrrfndlgl Low.
Dress-Goods !' Depabtmejt.
Maaobaster D Lain,
Bam41toa do.
Paolo do. ,
Printed Lawns,
Printed Brilliant, ,
teaoy Ologhaau, .
BombaaiD,
Black Silks,
raaoy Silks.
Prlated Cha'll.
Maaanoitar Olnghama,
fllaagev do.
Ollatea do.
Ottoman Cloths,
Alpaeaa,
PoplUm,
. AnithtNntStleciStylitf
FANCY SPRING COODS.
Mtrrimao FrinU,
Oeeho do. .
Blchmoad'l Prints,
America , do.
I D as nell' do.
PaolBe do
Rpragu1 do. ' " Ingliah
Mancheater, Ae. Print. . -. r
do.
DOMBSTIO COTTONS.
tawrtoot 0. Sheetings,
BtarU do.
Laiarop do.
Bhawmut ' do.
PooaSMt do.
. Atlantic A. Sheetings,
Amok( do. !
AppKtoa . ' do.,
Brerett . do.
TJtlca, Ac, do. ,
AU Praia ni WUiki. s '
BLBACHID SHIBTINai AMD 'BMBTINOB.
WanntU, . . ' Bwlgbt, - Lawreao.
Lonsdalo, . . , . Oreat galU, ., Naomkaag,
Hill, . ;.-Wallbam,,,, , : Boolt,
Hew York Mills, A,, e. ' '
SHAWLS ANFlulNlIIXAS,
A LAItOt AMD ICL1CT AaSOIITMKNT.
0OTT0H ADBB-a great variety. "
CBMCKS do. .
TIOKINSS all In Mading brands.
DBNIMB do. do.
BBIBTIN0) ItBIPlt- All th leading braid.
NAHKBBNS do.. do.
0OB0IT JBAIfS 1 do. do.
MOBBIN8 " ' vv ;-a.
DAMASKS, PAPBR CAMBRICS, COLOBJD CAM-
BH1UB, do., C
larob ANti Complete stocks of
WHITE GOODS. " . . J
...i . . .:i TAIKH KOnOIl, ,. :
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS,
CABPETS AND OILCLOTH, '
And groat variety vf (rood aot enumerated all of
which wa pieare oareeire w eeu i in towes wmrxm
rio the laigor porttoa attrosa 10 to 30 per oeot. lees
tnaa aatyaac ; , ; ,v ,r ?,-( , -
LATHROP, LUDINGTON & CO.,
HEW YORIC.
mart : - . . ,5
Irish' Linen. Goods. 1
WBTtH . KTED FABRIC "
Unm bhlrl Boeom . Plala aad faMT
. Shirting aad Boeom Linen.
. kWlDir. aa Pillow CaeiDf. r
. . Una Oaokrle and Long Lawaa. :
" reeeetanda'l, all .
i s.. , , Lloen JTitrdifi .rt D Oylle.
lJJMTW'CI'".i' J lmaek.
' ma w wans totM,, i j j
.': J,uavirfreorir,Mam4Creh. .' ,
;l ' v'Sos;AlBWlli.,.. -,i ,. .f-h '
BJ OHIO STATESMAN STEAM
BOOK AMD JTOB
PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT
Having locrtMed It already
EXTENSIVE FACILITIES,
II folly prepared to xeeute la th
MOST ELABORATE MANNER,
AMD IK
THE LATEST STYLES,
CATAL0UUIS,
BRIIfg,
BILLS LAHINO,
BILL EI ADS,
N0T1S,
DBAfTfl, '
CHICKS,
CIBCULABS,
PAMPIIUT8,
LETTKK HXADB,
LIS AX BLANKS,
DRAY IBCinTS,
LABELS, CARDS,
urriLOPis,
RAILROAD, INSURANCE,
And erery dtaarlptioa of
LETTER 1BES8 FBUTTING,
Iqnal to any XatahUahsitDt in the State, aad upon
Una which will eoopan favorably with the
leading I astern Printing Uonjes.
Sarins very maoUity to aid TJa
tit TBI noDUonoit or
ELE&A1TT POSTI1RS
AID .
HIGHLY ILLTJlflNATED
SHOW CABDS,
We offer oar aerrlccs to all who may desire that olass
of work.
Vf haToeonnected with our IsUbllahaapi
BLANK BOOK BINDERY,
From which we product th
ITineat Z31axa1k. Work
Airo TBI MOST
UPX&B BAH ROAD B1ANX BOOKS.
OUR ESTABLISHMENT
I admitted to be
TBI MOST
COMPLETE IN FACILITIES,
PERFECT IN OBGANIZATION
la toil City, aad w may add,
WE WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE
WITS AIT
FrInUjQt; Henee la the West
,". . uul ;.v ...
RICHARD PlEYlTtS,
11 E rTTLBIBEKt f VRWISHIN 8
V. UUVlISi
HvlUa la Bosk TMaad taarrs.
" . a " ByroaaaAOarroa Cellar.
M Bmaraldared Peek! BaaUkerchiafS-
' rarl Kd dleve, (uperlor mak. .
Ooldea Hilt Shirts, vrloa stylo.
Boy1 Ooldea Mill Shirt, do . .
Driving aad Btnet are, do
HaifeketHaaWrebief,VjujBI.
' . Salt Maaa aad Cadet flaimojiM.
. , aau a aa vaaai vw, .
aprUS . KMtMthiliacarMt.
. ; IIIII,
nar iar 1 Wl
Woskly, par year W
Questions of the Stars.
I. ri l.m r nnwal nnmir tha Cnl
iu vuhtih uc . v. " -
lowiDt Through the barrel window of ny cell
i eouia tee ue ciear omo ey, m. gro. vuueioi
latlona, and there was Orloo ilowly (loping to
tha Waat. and antnallt tbrowliiB A aheet oi gilt
homes. "Are there world up there," thought
I, "human hive of work and toll, tod care aud
sorrow, like oar owe?' Audi found mjuelf at
last crooning like a ballad, la this wlae:
I wish Ihnewla th star above ,
Whataort of a life they lead;
Whether they know ike pang of lore,
What are to book they read.
03 any on say If that twinkling lamp
Is revolving upon an axial
What kind of a thing Is a lanar acampl
Do the people up there pay taxesl
Hare they their tides to ebb and Bow,
Salt eeaa to Wash their shorn?
And whenever out to dine they go,
An they flawed. Ilk ui, with boreal
When for a ball they open their house,
How do ta Dlderials aper7
Who perform the part of BtranssT
Bar they a Tinm newspaper?
I oo Delude they lav their own aches and Ills,
And I feel a preeenttment sinister,
That even they have their Holloway 'spills,
And a aham of on for a mluister.
I feel. If I looked through a telescope,
Yoloanlo remains to tee,
That my heart would thrill with a secret hop
Bom Lunar looking at me.
t '
Aad whenet does th telegraph bring them th new.)
Who 1 the gnat peony a llaerJ
So they oorry ihemselve cn the fat of the Jew,
Or th state of tb lea orop la Ch nal
Do they speculate, too. how old let are,
a bother f t'ts iquin or rouuol
I'd Ilk la know do they really can
Whether w'U be burned or drowned?
Dead Love.
We an face to face, and between at hen
I th lov we thought oould never die;
Why ha It only lived a year 1
Who ha murdered It you or I f
No matter whs th deed was don
By on r both, and than it lies :
Th smile .from th lip forever gone,
And darkness over the beautltul eyes.
Our love la dead, and our bop Is wncked ;
So what doe It profit to talk and nve,
Whether It perished by my ne. loot,
Or whether your cruelty dug 1 1 Bnv I
Why should you say that I am to blame,
Or why abomd I charge the sin on yoa 1
Our work Is before us all the tarn.
And th guilt of It lie between us two.
Wo bar praised our love for It beauty and grace;
Mow ataad ban, and hardly dare
To turn tb faot-olotn back fromh face.
And t th thing that to hidden then.
Yet took I ah, that heart has beat Its last,
And tha beautiful life of our life 1 o'er,
Aad ween we have buried and left the patt,
W two, together, oau walk no mora.
Yoa might etreeoh yourself on th dead, and weep,
and pray as th Prophet prayed, la pain;
But not ilk him could you break the sleep,
AnoVbrlng the soul to the clay again.
It head la my bosom I oan lay,
And ahow.r my woo then, kits on kiss,
But than acwr was neurrecttoa-day
In tb world for a love so dead a this I
Aad, tine w oanaot lessen th sla
By moaning ovr tb deed we did,
Let us draw thswiodiug sheet up ta the chin,
Ay. till the death-blind an bid I
PHŒBE CARY.
Death of the Duchess Kent.
The relen of the present Qneen of Ed aland
has beeo ao iogalarly exempt from the near ap
proaches to death to the Roval House, that, now
It hie come, it takes the ptople proportlonablt by
surprise. The most Impotunt deattsol lata
yeaie in England have net beeo those of member
of the Rojai Family. Tbe dtciaii of the late
Duke of Wellington, as the great warrior and
statesman of hi age or even that of Maoaolay,
great in geuiui ana nistorio Drwiianoy, nave botb
been of superior national importance to any
death In tbe Royal Family of Eogland since tbe
present Qaeeneame to the throne. Bat the
death of suoh a mother of inch a Queen has an
importance in its own way, and teaches lessons
deep, lasting and Important. She died " In a
good old age," having eeen her great-grand-oblld,
and known no death of children, grand
children, or any descendant.. Few can say this
where tbe family has been so large, and for so
long period ntiOroten. .
No donbt tbia bas been in part owing to tbe
rery inperior medio! arrangements oi the pres
ent day. It is astonishing bow well preserved
the Eoglish . nobility appear, and bow long
they live. Hontine and the vigorous oastlmea
of English sports seem to nndo all tbe enerva
ting tnnaences or Dalle ana partiee and mid
night revelries, with which we are so apt to
oppose their time ta consumed. Bat in tbls
ease long lite and a healthy raoe hae been the
legitimate result of careful training and domes
tic viriuts oi a very nign character. The
Dutchess of Kent had but the one child to brlug
np, (the present Queen,) and to that duty she
devoted herself with unwonted faithfulness.
In tbe Kenaingstn ralaoe gardens, daily ezer-
oise ua air were secured lor her ohild, who,
baring no brothers and sisters, was educated
for bar position with her mother' whole care.
In torn, she brought np ber own large family
In the same careful, regular and virtuous man
ner in wbloh she herself had been trained, aud
good, sound bodily health seems to hare been
the inheritance of the present Royal family
thue secured. . . .
These family qualities become a matter ol
national interest in a country like Great Bri
tain, where tbe example of royalty has so muuh
weisne, anu aneie the disposition, and there
fore tbe health, ol an heir to the throne may be
of so much consequence to tbe nation. Tbe
good example ot the oomesuo virtue get by
this deceased lady will help to form the nation
al character of a raoe and nation celebrated
above most others (or thrlr qualities as oareful
mothers. -
Married to the Duke of Kent, who, like all
Oeorge III.'s children, lived beyond their
means in early lire, tbe Lacbess, by her econo
my and sobriety, helped to produce, no- doubt,
that better state of thing -whlcn characterised
the eloae of the Hie of the fatbtr of tbe present
Queen, lie oaa oteome indeed eeleorated rath-1
er lor the debts whloh he left no paid, than for
any remarkable qualities ol bead or heart, be
yond good sense and good nature.
1 ne eariy saarriea uie at tne vate oi Kent
was not by any means propitious. Tbe Eng
lish Parliament, which afterward voted thirty
thousand pounds a year to the husband of bis
drwgbter, could only be persuaded to allow him
six thouaand pounds after the ministers of the
erawn had proposed ten. 8o poor and embar
rassed were they at tne lime of toe birth of tbe
present queen, that a London Aldermau, travel
ing on the continent, bad to lend the Duke of Rett
a taw hundred dollars to enable hlm to bring
his wife, the lateDaobeas, to England, from
soss place in Germany r where they then were,
foe the heir to the throne to be bom within the
British dominions. Nor was this sura ever re
paid until after the present- queen came to tbe
throne. fa&aVpAia Ltigtr. ' .
3T There is a good deal of sound sense at
times In the remarks of insane persons. .. Al a
lonatlo Mjlum, a few days since, a patient was
asked If ho wm fond of riding horseback;
No; sir, I ride a hobby."
'Tbeia's not mich difference between the
two," oarslesaly remarked the gentleman.
. 0hl yes, there is," said the patient, "and it
Is this: If yea ride a horse, yoa oaa atop him and
get off, but when yoa monnt a hobby ytt oan't
stof audloiOAB'tget Off.", ;i ,;, . v ,
Postal Statistics.
We have before ns a table, compiled from
anthentio sources, giving interesting facta re
specting tne postal operations ot tbe Uovernment
daring tbe last Oecal year The total expeadi
turea abow an exoessover the receipt of $7,
963.356. New Hampablre, Massacbuiette,
Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, Dela
ware and Penniylvan'B ' are tbe oily States
where tbe receipts exceeded the expenses.- The
figures for all the States and Territories com
pare as follows:
Receipts.
$ISo 71
, 111 Ii7t
, 103,77
, ttei.SSd
69,057
. n 844
i.oai no
, I30.7S7
, 7"8 4SS
, 17R.M9
18)763
Maine
New Hampshire.
Vermont
Maiaachuse' :s
Bnode Isiaud..
Connecticut . ..
New York ,
New Jersey.
Pern tyiv.nl.
H thlgan.
msounsm.
Illinois
445 728
5 S259
818,996
141903
2311818
IS 990
43 507
Oho.
Indians
Iowa ,
California
Union
Minnesota.
Total free SUt
New Mexico
Utah
Nebraska
Washington
Kansas ,
.3,879 559
3.369
4.- 3d
9,741
5 130
11,073
Total Territories ,
District of Oolumbia
Delaware.....
M.ryland
S53 759
51,29!
48.431
199,53
875,869
97,813
11.6 350
155.739
253,824
53.620
V5.I64
40,089
84,110
308,099
530.608
Virginia-.
North Carolina..
Keotueky
836 673
863,563
317,006
Tennease
Mis.ouri
Arkansas ,
050,538
343,428
Total Border Slav States, f 1,149,470 2303.623
south Carolina Ill 675 315.085
Georgia. 183,126 348,865
Florida 28 317 105 536
Alahama 148,471 430,823
Mississippi 116.018 367.989
Texas.. . 188,177 706 30
Louisiana S18 323 S70-.OI7
Total Cult Blav Btates 936,101 2,879,58
RB0APITULATIOS.
Proa State 5,e79.5.r9 7,833,777
Territorle 53 759 285,164
District Columbia 51893 40,829
Border Slave Otate 1,149,470 t,8"9 633
Receded Bute 9.16.101 2,879.528
With reference to the expenses, it is proper
to state that States are charged with transpor
tation expenses which do not propeily belong to
them. Tbus, for example, the transportation of
the matter mailed in the District of Columbia
for Ohio and tbe North-west, ia charged against
Maryland, Ohio and other States. Ohio hav
ing over three thousand miles ot railroad, ber
expenoes for tranaportation services are pro
portionabiy heivy. as compared with other
States.
In the aggregate recelots, the States stand
as follows: 1, New Yorki 2. Pennsylvania:
3, Masacbusette; 4, Ohio; 5, Illinois, 6,
uaiiiornia, 7, Virginia; 0, Mis.oori; 9, Indi
ana
The letter postage of all the Confederate
States is less than that of either New York,
Massachusetts or Pennsylvania.
in tbe line ol newsoanrr ooataee. the follow
ing ie the order of the States; 1, New York;
3, Pennsylvania; 3, Ohio; 4, Illinoiai 5, Mas,
obusetts, 6, Indiana; 7, Virginia; 8, Georgia.
Erp'ciw.
99 20S
109 411
13H.-0S
400 89
43 944
S04 195
1,170 830
15,304
30 63l
28,023
576 017
645,119
819,789
368 589
tu5,K90
1,061,161
40.151
130,140
7,833,777
19,148
106 5F5
43.504
43 000
73327
SUMMARY.
postage 9851,803
newspaper pottage 627.030
Registered letten B5.U30
Stamp old (706.890
iTotal receipts ..,
Compensation ot Poitmasten.......
Incidental expenses of Poeiomoea
Transportation...........
.. t8,2f553
... 3,S.S2,o69
... 1.153.411
.... 9 2V7.971
Total expense 9 IB, IS 1 251
xcees of expenditures over receipts 577 845
Bxctasof ncelptaorer expense. ... 054,155
Bslane ft, 623,690
Add as follows : '
Amount paid for fonlga mill and
tort. (388,499
Amooi.l paid for root leant K61.73S
Amount paid for special ometrsandmet-
tei,gere 879 073
Amount paid 'er ship, steamboat and
wav letter 13 M
Intaieat to oontraclora 141,006
Wraoolo naner 36 600
Office furniture , 864
Advertising.. .,....... 11 524
Mall bus 44 504
Black 164 517
Mall locks, keys, Ao 8.U33
aiau oeprtdation and special agents 46.194
Clerk for offices 94 634
Miscellaneous .: 45 879
Poatag siampsand envelopes ' 87,505
yomgn poeug nturned to fonlga
oounulet 343,041
(2 44464
Total excess of expenditures for th fiscal
year ending Jan 30, 1860 (7.068,354
The War—Has President the Power to
Prosecute it.
A local fried has favored ns with much desir
ed information dta the question of the President's
power In the present emergency; which we are
confident will be read with none the Uti Inter
est from the fact that It is in direct confliot with
prevailing opinion. Tbe act of Congress quoted
from wag passed in iTJo: and le entitled "An
"aot to provide for tbe calling for ths Militia to
"execute tbe laws of tbe Union, suDnreas in
"surrection and rebel invasion, and to repeal
"toe act now in luroe tor meee purposes."
I be part of tbe tot conferring; extraordinary
power is i he second eeoiion, and read aa! follows:
"Ofo si. That wbet.ever 'bo laws ot tbe Uni
ted State sbtli be opposed, or the execution
thereof obstructed, in any State by comblua-
tlons too powerful to be suppressed by tbe oral
nary couree of Judioial proceedings, or bv tbe
powers vested in tbe Marshals by this act, It
shall be lawiul for tbe President of the Uuited
State to call forth the Militia of suoh otate, or
of any State or Slates, an may be neceasary to
suppress snob combinations, and te cause the
laws to biduiy executed; ana tbe use of tbe
Militia so to be called forth may be oootiuued,
it neceasary, until the expiration of thirty days
after tne commencement oi tne men next session
of Congress"
Tnis Aot came under the notice of the United
8tates Supreme Court, la the ease of Mertoo vs
Mott, and its import was considered in an opin
ion by Justice Story, to which we have not space
to reier. Tbe not to tbe ease ssjs: .
'The Pruiitnt tf tk U tiled Staitt is th
clutilt judfdutkrr tkl rxiowwetae Aao arm a
leAicA a is atuAfrtW to tull forth tk MilitU vf
tk Union" and "that tbe aot ot 179S la within
the constitutional authority of Congress over the
Militia"
This highly important Aot of Congress we en
tertain no doubt ia the law of the land to-day;
since ite subsequent repeal would hardly have
I escaped tbe nottoe of our legal friend who has
I hroaaht it to our attention..
Suoh being tbe oaae, it win be observed that
the President possesses substantially teaiut-
foeMf spplleable to the present situation. He
is clothed wltb authority to can 1st tb tbe Militia
whenever combinations are formed to obstruct
tbe execution of tbe laws; and the U. S. Su
preme Court bas held that he is the sole judge
of the exigenoy requiring soch call to be made.
In other words, there la no qualification of bis
right to decide, nor any appeal from his deci
sion whan madr. And aa a neceasary oonse
quence, It rests in his dlsorstlon to call forth fif
ty thousand or half a million of the Militia to
enloroe the Federal Laws in tbe Southern
States; and be cannot evade tbls responsibility.
We would suggest to onr "Wide Awake"
friends that here ia a wide field for ths illustra
tion and exemplification of their patriotism! It
la bat fair to presume that they will inalat on
their right to the exclusive championship of
their own Administration! And we trust that
whenever Democrats shall be drafted, they will
reopeetiolly oonsent to aooept Wide Awaks tub
atltutea without charging an exoibitant premi
um for tbetr placeil Let tbe Wide Awakes
prepare tor tbe iray may win goon te mJk-ted.
Rotkttter (N Y.) Union- , .
1
'V '
An apprentice boy, who had beea mlbe
havinir. one day came la for chastisement, da.
rln? which hi maeter exclaimed. "How lone
willyoossrve the devil V The boy replied,
"Yea know beat, tin I believe my Jndctree
WUi p obi ia ium moo-us.- ,
IB
NEW ARRIVALS
A. I
OF
AT
KNAPP & CO.'S,
119 South High Street,
oet25-Sawd-Aw-6m
Cur Otruok. Cbtd. Boarttn. Janf u.
anf IrttaUon or Dortno ttUt
2trow, jtewewe im uawmtf vougn
en uonownrtum, jtronnomt, juina
ma, end Vatarrk. C'Uar and git
otrtmmn to wo vote or
POAfLtU .PEAK BBS,
and SIN tEU.
few an awan of th importance of check In t a Couth
or "Common Oold" In Its lint stage; that whloh In th
beginning would yield to a mild remedy, lfpetlreted.
loon at'acka the lung- ".BroWe Bronchial TrocX;k
enntalnlrig demulcent Ingredient, allay Pulmonary and
Bronchial Irritation.
BROWN'S I "That tnubl la my Throat, (for whloh
Itha ' Ti-oaAe' ana sDecitol bavin mad me
TxWCaBaoftoBBMcwaapnr."
a . r. WJJ.LIB.
BROWN'S "I recommend thlr use to Prauo aiaB-
TBOOHBS BBV. I. CHAPIBT.
I ruav praved axmaxiy Mrvtveabi for
BROWN'S noaJtesns." -
RBV. HSVRY WARD IIBOBBB.
TBO0EX3 ''Almost Instant nHef la tb dUtreveiog
labor of breathlnf peculiar to Amos a."
BROWN'S RBV. A. 0. BOQLSBTON.
"Contain no Opium or aoytMng Injart
TROCHBSou." DB. A- A. HATBS,
CkomUt, oton.
BBOWN'B "A simple and plaatant oomblnatlen tor
Coooat, Ao."
TROCHES SR. Q- I BIGILOW,
Solon.
BROWN'S "Beneficial UBaoacarn."
DB. J. I. W. LANS,
T BOOTIB Solon.
I have proved them excellent for Waoov
BBOWN'B we Cocao..'
R1V. H. W, WABBBN,
TROOHIS Motto.
"Beo.adl when ooapelled to speak, suf
BROWN'B ferlng from Cols."
RBV. S.P.J. ANDIBSOW,
TBOOnBS ' SI Louil.
"XrracTtiaL la removing Hoarteneae and
BBOWN'B irrltaUoa of the inr at, ao oom.oa with
3najuaaand Suoaas."
TBOOHBa Pnf. BIAOT JOHNSON
La Gran go, 67a.,
BBOWN'B Teacher f Muele. southern
. female College.
"Oreal benefit when taken baton and after
BROWN'S pnaohlog, a they prevent Hoareenes. Prom
their pert tfftet, I think they will be of per
TROCHKS manant advantacato so."
BKV.B.ROWLIT. A.M..
BBOWN'B President of Athen College, Teao.
TROCHES ITTSold by all Druggist at TWINTT
rlYB OCNTS A SQX-JJL
B0BEBT8 A 8AM0BI..
Drugtiats, 94 North HI(h street.
8. 1. BAM UK L CO.,
85 South High street, Columbus, O.
mar7-deodlm
FIRST .
Wmtto OF THE SEASON
OP
SPRING km SUMMER GOODS
AT P. ROSE'S.
T AflAIKf OFFER TO THE FUBblO
1 antln new stock of Goods la my line, lust po reb
ated In New Torkat theeheapeat panic rates ,all ot whloh
I shall tell at the smalleat pn nu, lor t-asn. aiy custom'
nanil friend an nssoetfully Invited tooal'and exam
in Ooada and Piloe. s I am determined to evil aa
cheap or cheaper tnan any etner none in in eiiy, anu
t I do my owa uutitng, una euperinwau my own nun
nee, I feel assured, from my tong experience tabusi
ua. to win ewoeral satlsfactloa. Th fine! of work.
men an employed, and all work don (trtctly to time aod
on short notice, aod warranted to fit. Strangen visiting
our ol ty would oooauit tnir in ie rest ny giving me a oau
befon purchasing tlaewhen. if. R08K,
Mtrabant Tailor,
marchS8-dl . Oor Hhjh and Town tit.
Sheriff's Sale.
Cornelius Jacob 1
. re. y Commoa Fkat.
W.P. Miliar atal. J
rT VIKTBK OF A VTBIT OF FI. FA.
of Pranklia County, Ohio, I will offer for sal oo th
e.n. anmoied bv W. P. A J. B. Miller, la JaokaoB
Cowothrp, oa
Monday, tha 15th dav of April. A. D. 1861 .
at t e"eloek,,r. M., the following property, to-ltt On
bay aura, one lentl bora, en man colt, oa oolt,
bead ef hog, and to uadlTtded oaa-hall Uttnatlaa
reaping maohlaa, tovled oa a th property t W. P. A
J B. Miller. ' .
. - . a. w. HurraAB, nena,
tprllS-lOHd. By Bd. Darn, Deputy
Piloter'ef, 5.30
HGNBT KtEHLEKi . i
fUr of Phaloe'S Sttabllthment, . T.,) Poprtorore
, i w rt Wukiaukia tnarlna. Batr Oattiag
ShampMBlag, Curling aod Dnevlos alooa. Beat State
. .... it.. w2 when satlsfeotloa wUl
ha .! I all th various keunahc. Udlea aad
ChUdna's Halt Dreeeiruj doaa la th beet sty I. ,
JyW-Alp -
imm
1 f wm
ill 111
' NEW, ;
BE A U TlbTJL.,
AND CHEAPER THAN EVER!
OVa SPBINO STOCK IS tJNtJSCAtU
ly large and well aawrted. The very Utet aatteva
from AMKBIOAN. ANOLIBH aad PBAX0H Paolo rite.
GOLD PAPERS AND BORDERS.
Gold and Velvet Borders, !
SPLENDID DECORATIONS,
SrDELIGHT
AND
FIRE BOARD PAPERS,
Gold and Painted Shades,
WINDOW CORNICES,
BUFF, BLUE,
AND
GREEN HOLLANDS,
WIHBOWFIXTUBES, all kinds,
CORD AND TASSELS,
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES
AND THAMES.
RANDALL & ASTON,
lOO South TT1 gll-Qt.
COLUMBUS, O.
N. B. Landlords aad persons wishing quan title of
Paper will mak money by baying ot as. Country
Merchants and persons from abroad will do well to aall
and see ui. aprll 1-dSmeodl R A A.
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OP
CToTKr axrl.p K". T.
Dividend Jaanary 1,186145 Par Cams.
A8SBTS S'J,SM SO.
Statement January 1, issi.
Balance, per itaUment Jan. let, I860 3,40t.S81 19
Boeelrea for rnmiumi ouf
lag th jear 140 1763.05 J SS
Received for tntenst during
th year I860 S14 014 1
r-y Muint ... loan isnnnfi
Paid Claim, by Dealb,7,0S0 00
Paid Polwiea turrea
dtr.ri 41.111 M
Paid Salaries, Po t-
age. Tax, Ix-
rh.M mrm. ...... SI.S90S
Paid Oommlitioa to
A tm a, oa -in
Paid Physician' fen. S 8d 7S
Paid Annuities 1.S17 OS
Paid Dividend dur
ing th )ar 100,300 7a S0S.N1 S3 411,878 Id
Net Balanot January 1st. 1861 S3 81S,M8 SO
ABUTS.
Cash OB hand 88,0284 19
Bonds and Mortgages on Beal
iitata, wortn oouoi ut
amount loaned 8.3S7.M1 (8
Premium Note, on Policies
ta fore, only drawing S par
went. Interest. 1.878 14 17
Real 1st tOWlfl
Loans on Soiip 9.931 44
frtmlums, NotesandOaah in
court of transmission.... 45,113 73
Total Assets S3 812,538 50
7,475 Policies hi fore, Insuring t6,4B8638
1,433 new Policial hive been isud during tie year.
After a oanful calculation of the nratent ra'a of th
outstanding Policies of th Company, and aavlBg th
fMOfMiry amount lu nserve therefor, the Dlncton
nave oeciareu a uivioawaor S3 per cut. on tb preaat
ume paid at th table rates, to ill policies tor life la force.
Issued prior to J anuary 1, UKO, payable awarding to the
pntent rule of th Company.
aaiearor ait linos oi lu uonttDgeccie, rrrtpaot
asei, S U tenants, and Anplicttlon, will bt fumtaard,
without caaaoa, at th Office or Agencies of th Com
pany. ItUDT. Kj- r ATTnlloON, rnMBt.
L. 0. 6R0VIB, Vios President.
BENJ. 0. MILLER, Secretary.
H. H. BKESOTV, JgmU,
No. 4 Johnioo B ook.
March S8, 1881. Columbus, 0.
Na. 1.
-Val. t.
"OUR PAPER,"
A NEW LITERARY PAPER,
For March. IBtb, 1801,
Vow Essdy for Sale Bverywhera Prlee Five
mats a wpy.
CONTESTS: '
'STILL WATERS;" A Brilliant Stoty.
'TUB t'HBtP EXCURSION!" A OompleU Story.
'THE RIND AND TUB BKSQAB:" OampUta la thl
number
BIilQRAPHICAI, BKRTOH OT BDOAB A. POB.
THR DTlNO BOY'S BBQUkST: by Maria Norri.
THE DUTY 0 THE PK-XRBNT HOCB.
TUB PHILOSOPHY OPBAIUINQ.
LOVE: A Poem.
LIrE EVEKYWHEBB.
BCSTIO SIMPLICITY AND SHREWDNBBB.
WHAT! A Poem.
THE MOUTH OP LONDON.
HOW PEARLS ARB POBMED; TRUSTING TO
LUCK; WHO WOULD BE A BACHRLOU: 01VB THS -CHILDBSN
VRggil AIB; ONE DROP AT A TIME;
TUB WAY TO 00 GOOD: MORAL IN PLUBNOBt RAIL
WAY AOOIDRNTS IN IB08TV WR ATBER; TJTIL
IZINQ WASTE kTglM; A NEW MATERIAL POB
RIBS OP UMBRELLAS: CEMKNT POR BOLBS IN
IRON 0ASTINO8; BHRLL-PI8H ROPB-MAKER3;
tiOININO BY AIB PtlWEB; A CUKIOCd BBI.I0:
THB VOUR SWORDS OP LONDON; PACTS ABOUT
LBLBBBATRD MBit; UtrtTORT OP TBE PIANO
PORTE; KldfllXQ; THB D0B.0S OP SOUTH APBIOA.
. WIT AND HUMOB.
HOTICBS OP NEW BOOKS.
Atd moch other lotertrtirj aud Instrnotive
Heading Matter.
naant
Ousoopy -. tSptraaaan.
HUNT 4 MINER, Publlthar,. .
71 and 73 Fifth street,
ami to the fott-Offlos, Plttaburga, Pa
. R. KENNED f, General Agent. . :
march 8. .
WAtchesI Sisuaondst! Bilvsr Wars II!
A OHOICPt A'tSBTMENT OF OOLD
and S'lrer Watch, la gnat variety.
I go As.nt far the Aaiaicai Watcu 0 , aad oaa
ell then eaiolraat Walt bat A awnauctaatrs' pilot,
either Wkoleeale or Retail.
. 0' me tad ehoot from my baautlfal dltplav of 9ir
moadt and other rich Jeweliy. Style aw prteo low.
As to Silver Wen r sterling (juality, I eaa show new
tattma, vury band)
Bllvtv Pitted War. Tea Setto.TJm. Waller. Otilert,
Bkttt, Plteben Oobleti, Knives, Pork. Speooe, Ave.
Thea I have (apply of Hue Table Cutlery, PocMt
Knives, Vaajrt, e.. and many Panoy Quods each aa
an dteited for presnt-t each prim a an an Induof
meal te theparcbajer. WM. BLYNN,
No, 10 Rnrkeye Block,
mart I ' ' ' ' North side State Houee oqutro.
-TAEalANT riAlN BAuA tt al,i.. ion
JJj Btnet Basque aud Maatleel alt. RkA Trlwrnia
aad TuMta le autoh, at tAlU "
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