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YOL. VII. K0. 2GG. NEW SERIES,
COLUMBUS. OHIO. MONDAY EVENING. APRIL 15. 1861.
DAILY. THI-WEIU-Y AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBLISH! ES AND PEOPEIETQBB.
O Office Noi. 30, 83 and 40, North High St.
TKIIMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE.
Daily - - $3 00 per year.
By the Carrier, per week, 13 eenti.
Irl-Wijji.lv . 8 00 per year.
Weekly, . - . . - 1 00
ornm or Advertising by Square.
nt square t yeai . . . $50 00
One iquare 3 weeke. .4 00
On
One
One
One
V month 18 00
ft months 15 00
One
Bweekl.. 3 00
One
One
One
One
lireek... 1 75
3 days... KM
8 days... 73
1 Insertion SO
'.I months 10 00
!! montlit H 00
1 roontli. S 00
One
Displayed advertisements half more than the abort
rates. ....
Advertisements leaded and placed In the column of
Special Notices," doublt tie ordinary rattt.
All notlcei reriulrec to be published by law, legal rates.
If ordered on the inslae exolustvely alter the first week
per cen:, more than the nlwve rateg; but all such wll
sppear in me in-weeKiy wiuioutcnarge.
Business Cards, not exceeding five Unci, per year, In
I ue, av ou per line; outsiue a-.
Notices of meetings, charltablei ncletici, 0 re eompanlei,
An h.,ir Mt.
AUtruntftnt adfrUtenimtt mutt 64 paid for in
advance Te rule will not be varied from.
Weekly, same price as the Dally, where the advertiser
scathe Weekly alune. Where 'he Daily and Weekly
re both uood, then the charge itrthe Weekly will be
a it' the rate or the Daily
No advertisement taken except for a definite period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring tc Water Sta., .
W. B. POTTS & CO.,
MACHINISTS,
And Manufacturers of Bras and Composition Castings,
finished 11 ran Work of all Description!.
Electro Plating and Gilding!!
. STENCIL CUTTINC, &C.
fehlfJO-dly
P. A. B. SEHKIHS,
Attorney txt Law
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office Aiuo'.s UulMIng, oppoilte Capitol Square.
coi.uMDUB. onio.
Machine MaaufactoriBg Company
0 srf
in
if ANUFAOTUREae or
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Ctni'ndi, MlU OearlEj, Machinery.
ALSO,
Rnllroacl, 'XTiToirlas.
or ivaar utscairnoH.
columhcs, oiiio,
CHAR. AMI10B, Sup'l P. AMBOS.sTrea .
deoll, IHAH-tf
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Daytn & Indianapolis!
Through to Indianapolis without Change of Cars
and bat One ChaDge of Care between
Columbus and St. Louie.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS. first"train.
(Dally', Mondays excepted.)
NIGHT EXPRESS, via Dayton, at 8:45 a. to., atop
pint at London, Xenia, Daytin, Middletown and Hamil
ton, arriving at Cincinnati at 8:20 a. m.; Dayton at 5:45
a. m., Indiunopolis at 10:4ti a. m.ict. Louliat 1150
P '"' SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, at 6:10 a. m.,atoppinir at all Sta
tions between Columbus and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
rtflng at Cincinnati 11:03 a. tu., Dayton at 9: 15 a. m.,
Indlanopollsaf 2;2H p. m.
THIRD TRAIN.
DAT KXPBE83,at 8:30 p. m., stopping at Alton,
Jefferson, London, Charleston, Cedanrille, Xenia,
Spring Valley, Oorwln, Morrow, Deerneld, Poster',
Loreland, Miliford and Plainvllle, arrirlng at Cincin
nati at 7:30 p. tn-i Bt. Txiul at Vi m; Dayton at 5:35 p.
m.i Indianopolisat 10:3b p. m.
lUeeplntr Cum an nil NljrlU Train to
Cincinnati and Indianupolln.
UAGGAGC CHECKED THKOl'GII.
for fnrther Information and Through Tickets apply to
M. L. DOHKKTY,
Ticket Agent, Union Depot, Onlumbos, Ohio.
E. W. WOODWARD,
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
JNO- W. DOHKBTV
j13 . Agent, Columbua,
. SOMETHING NEW
HOWARD & GO'S.
i AMERICAN WATCHES,
CALL AT NO. 83, SOUTH IIIGll ST.,
ajid examine our ce make of ,
AMERICAN VATCHES,
- manufactured by B. HOWARD CO , Boston, Han.
Theee Watches are far superior to anything avr offered
to the publlo, heretofore. Eavtua tbe exolusive agency,
loan soil mem at prices to tuit the timet. I havejust
received a large atook of .
' AMERICAN WATCHES,
" anaaufaotored by APPLETON, TEAOT, c 00 aUo, a
fin assortment of ' - ' '
EISGE1SH AND SWISS WATCHES,
, . in Oold and Silver Caset.atPanlo prices.
," . Jal,w , W.J. 8AVA01.
Jutt Reetivedl
1AA HF. CII GHEEN and BLACK
XUV TtAI 100 bags prime Bio uonee.
' , 1 50 pockeu old Dutch Government Java Coffee.
75 baga Ceylon Coffee.
' SO'lbbla. ataodard White Sugars, consisting of Pow
1 ' dred,Chrusbed, Granulated A and B Coffee.
gO quintals George Bank Codfish.
SO bbla. Mesa and No. 1 Mackerel.
5 tot. Pick Salmon. ,
100 bx. Layer Bais'na. . , ,
60 hf- box do ! -
100 qr. box do " de
100 M Cigars, different brands and grades.
nov; .; WM. MoDONAlD.
M . C. LILLEY
' 3300IS.' 3333311331
And Blank-Sook Kanufanturer,
' KORTH HIGH BTREEI, COLUMBUS, OHIO
aurll-dly .,'...-.-,.:.'
FA IfllL V ILOUH. '
' TJITHITK WHEAT, IIUANDED
"SNOWFLAKB,"
from "Barnett Mills," Sprlng&eld, 0. the best brand of
flour brought to our market, eatitraction guaranieeu
lor tale only at . WM. MoDON ALD'S,
BovU7 10K South High street.
ALEXANUHLN HIU (JLOVts. . t
All Sites and colore Just opened at BAINS, y
4ea.ll. No.WSoatbBlghttreel.
i ! , " 1 . -
STONE'S BAZAAR.
N"o. 4 Grwvrine - Block.
A. P. ST0NF& O'lIARM
A HE WOW RECEIVING THEIB WIN
i. TKU GOODS, and Inrite the publlo to lnspeot
them. No inch stock of Goods has ever been brought to
this market. The south, in consequence oi mo failure
of the grain erop, has not been able to purchase the us
nal auautlt of rich a-ooda. and this fact has forced the
Importers to tell them at publlo anotlon. Our buyer
(Mr. Stone) being In Mew York at tneae large salts, looa
advantage of them, and we can and will aell our goods
here, at lest than any one who purchased two weeks since,
paid for them in New York. Our stock is complete In
every department of
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
OTTOMAN VELOURS,
BROCHE VALENCIAB,
PRINTED MERINOS,
PRINTED COBURGS,
DYED COBUGSi
BLACK ALPACAS, '
ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS, ,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
P0PLIN3. PRINTS,
DELAINES.
SHAWLS AMD CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day,
At one batlf the Coat of Impoitatlon.
LADIES7" FURS,
Ita all Varieties, of tbe Celebrated
laannfature of C. G. Gnn
tbera & Son.
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT,
Men's, Ladles and Children's Under Shirts and Drawersi
Ladles, Misses and Children's Hosiery of all kinds. In
Wool and Lamb's Wool! fleecy Lined and Cotton Qlovei
of every make.
ALSO
A complete assortment of all the usual varie
ties of
LADIES' CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES,
OVERCOATINGS,
TWEEDS,
FLANNELS,
RIBBONS,
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladies and Gent's linen Cambrio Hand
kerchiefs, &c, &o.
To persons who call on nt, we pledge our words to
show them the largest, beat and cheapest stock of Goods
ever teen In this market, or pay tbem one dollar per
hour While looking.
decl-dly2tawltw. STONB fc O'HABEA.
LATHROP, LUMNGTON & CO.
23 &25 PARK PLACE,
20 & 22 MURRAY STREET,
Nisi w "sron.i3L,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBER8 OF
Foreign and Domestic
DRY GOODS
FOR CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT.
SPBING, 1861.
We are onenlnv. at our amnle warerooml, at the above
numbers, stocks of Goods Id each of tbe six departments
oi our business, auperior to anyuung we nave uerewiere
exhibited to the trade.
. , , ,
. CLOTH DEPARTMENT.
at a . a a is .a 1 Am nnrla 4 Via
xoii ou grown w in prencuv wnguiiuuv
. .a - a A TU. bu. awtaanafw Una mi
the flneat hind choicest
. FANCY VESTINCS
AND
FANCY CASSIMERES
To be found In the market, all selected with the nicest
discrimination. Alao, all grades, colon ana varieties oi;
BROADCLOTHS,
SATINETS, 1
LADIES' CLOAINNGS,
TWEEDS,
FARMERS' and VEBOBANTS' CASSIMHRE3,
KENTUCKY JEAKS, from X to 12cenU per yard
" and upwards;
TWIED8, 12X to 15 cents per yard last year , told at
18 to SO;
PRINTED SATINETS, at 11 cents; '
And other Oood$ correspondingly Low.
.. . v
Dress-Goods Department.
Manchester De Lalnes,
Hamilton do.
Paclfio do.
Printed Lawns,
Printed Brilllantet,
fancy Ginghams, -Bombaainea,
Black Bilks,
fancy Bilks,
Printed OhaUlf, ' '-
Manchester Ginghams,
Glasgow do.
Clinton- 'do.
Ottoman Cloths, '
Alpacas,
Poplina, ,'
And the Neu Select StyU, of 1
FANCY SPRINC GOODS.
Herrlmao Prlntt, Richmond's Prints,
Cocheoo do. American do. ,
Paci&o do. . Dunnell't do.
Bnregue'f do. Itngllsh do.
Manchester, to. Prlntt,
3XMKSTTO COTTONS. ...
Lawrence 0. Sheetings,
Starlt do.
Lathi op do.
Shawmut do.
Pocastot . do.
Atlantlo A. Sheetings,
Amotkeag do. .
Appleton do.
Everett do.
Utlca,fco., do.
All Oradet and Width:
BLEACHED BHIRTINOS AND BHEETINQB.
Wansntta, Dwlght, lawrenot,
Lonsdale, - Great fallf, Naumkeag,
Hill, Waltham, Boolt,
. New York Mills, o., o. ,
SHAWLS ANFmANTIIXAS,
- A LA0r. AMD IELSCT ASSORTMENT.
COTTON ADES-a great variety .
CI1KCK8 do. -
T1CK.ISQS all the leading brands.
DKNIHS do. do.
SHIRTING STRIPES-all the leading brands.
NANKRSN8 . do. do. . :
COKHKr JEANS - do. . do.
MORBKNS do. : ' do.
DAMASKS, TAPER OAUBRI03, COLORED CAM-
' - . . . '- V t v i t
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCKS OF
WHITS GOODS,
HOSTERT, "- "- '
TAHKIE HOIIpSS,
Gentlemen's Fnrnishing Goods,
. UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS, r
CARPETS AND OIL-CLOTHS, , .
And a rtat variety of OooJt not enumerated all of
. ,.w ... -i-.i nvMivaa A Mil -f ihm IntMMt muurhM
pWoes the larger portion at from 10 to 30 per oent. lest
luan urn year.- - " ' .
LATHROP, LUDINGTON & CO,
NEW YORK.
mart -
v Irish linen Goods.
WARRANTED FABRIC
. Linen Shirt Boa.ms Plain and fancy -Shirting
and Bosom Linens. ,
Linen tlheetlnis and Pillow Otttngt. '
... Linen 0ambrca and Long Lawns. 4
t' ' Linen Pocket handa'fs. all tlttt,
, Linen TowelliDgtandDlaptri!
.iuu Bvaioe ano u uyiwe.:
Linen Table Cloths and eatin Uamaskt. ,
Linen Towels with colored bonier. . '
' Linen Slalr Coverings end Oraeh. ' "
for tale at low pnocs.
.' - , .- BAIN fc. SON,.
feMS .8tiUthJll4h street.
'-pHE OHIO STATESMAN STEAM
BOOK AND ion
PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT
. Bavinf incrcM td 1U alr eady
EXTENSIVE FACILITIES,
r, fuUy prepared to execute In the
If-!.t, '
MOST ELABORATE MANNER, -
AMD IN
TUB LATEST STYLES,
0ATAX00U1S,
BRIEFS,
BILLS LADIHO,
BILL HEADS,
MOTZS,
DRAPT3,
CHECKS,
CIRCDXARS,
PAMPHLETS, '
LETTEB HEADS,
LEGAL BLANKS,
BRAT RECEIPTS,
LABELS, CARDS,
ENVELOPES,
RAILROAD, INSURANCE,
And every description of
LETT EH VBESS PBINTIAC,
Equal to any Establishment la the State, and npon
terra wbJck vrm eoopar favorably with the
laadln EMtern PriDUng nouses.
Havins every Facility to aid TJa
ut tbi nosconoN or
ELEO-ANT POSTERS
AKD
HIGHLY ILLUMINATED
SHOW CARDS,
We offer our services to all who may desire that class
of work.
We hartjoonoected with our.Estalllshment a
BLANK BOOK BINDERY,
from which we produce the
Finest 231aixUjc Worls.
AJfD TBI HOST t . :
8TJPERB BAIL BOAD BLANK BOOKS.
OUR ESTABLISHMENT :
i
It admitted to be ; .
f.;-"rr '
tHl MOST
COMPLETE IN FACILITIES,
PERFECT IN ORGANIZATION
In this City, and we may add,
WE WILL FATORABLY COMPARE
'; ' , WITS AUT - :'..;;(
. , . Prlattac Hoaae In tbe West. .
RICHARD NETINS, ,
' v .-."1. . i-. .-
PROPRIETOB.
; f. : v i. ' i '.: t .. . . ...
aE If TLB BEN ' lUHNIsniPf
a n a n t . -1 '
t NovelliealnHeckTleeand Scarfs. '. 1 ' '
' V ;t- M Byron and Oarrote Collars.
u Embroidered Pocket Bandklrchlefs-
, . Parti Kid Olevea anparHir make. . : i
i .' eMen HIU Shlrta, varloat ttjlse. : .. .', ' :
. Beta1 fle Ideas HIU Ihtrta, do , - -i
. Driving tad Wreet wlovee, de
M Hemmed fooket Handkerohlefa, various style. .
' nHUHotesUiidwtTBrutt, ; H - .
-' ": ' -: BATN k SON, -
iprilS lvi-,T v tv r T,t9SttaElgk (titet.
1IBXI,
Daily, per year..
...ft 00
... S 00
Tin- nvmij, rm- . fin
.Weekly, per year w
[From the Dublin University Magazine.]
Spring.
A flush of green It on the bought,
A warm breath panteth In the air,
And In the earth a heart pulse there
Throbs underneath her breast of anowt. ,
i ,
' Life Is astir among tht woodt, '
And by the moor and by the stream,
.si The year, at from a torpid dream,
Wakei In the sunshine on the buds-"
' Wakes up In music as the long '
Of woodblrd wild, and loosened , rill
More frequent from the wlody bill
Comet greeuing forest aisles along
; WaVet np In beauty at the theen
Of woodland pool the gleam race vet,
, . Through bright flowers, over braided leavet,
Of broken sunlights, golden green.
She sees the oftlawM wlnterttay
Awhile, to gather after him
Sdow robes, frost-erystal'd diadem,
And then In soft showers pail away. '
She could not love rounh winter well,
Yet cannot choose but mourn him now;
So wears awhile on her young brow
His gift a gleaming Iclole.
Then turns her, loving, to the sun,
Upheaves her bosun's swell to his,
And, in tbe joy of biaflrst kits,
. forgets for iijo that Item one:
Old winter's pledge from her he reaves
That Icy cold, though glittering spar
And toi.ej ber with a green cymar
And girdles round her brow with leaves:
The primrose and wood-vlolet
Be taogJet In her shining hlr,
And teaches elflnbreeaes fair
To ting her tome tweet oanxonet.
All promising long summer hours,
- When aha in his embrace shall lie.
Under the broad dome of bright sky,
' On mossy couches itarr'd with flowers,
Till she smiles back again to him
Tbe beauty beaming from his face,
' And, robed In light, glows with the grace
Of Eden palaced cherubim.
0 eartbl thy glowing loveliness
Around our very nearta has thrown
An undimmed joyance, all Its own,
And sunn'd us o'er wlih happiness.
Life at the Copper Mines—Present Condition
of the Lake Superior Operatives—Their Business
and their Amusements.
A correspondent of tbe Baeton Evening Tran
tcrinl has last vleited tbe copper minei of Lake
Superior, and write a pleaaaot description of
lile among vn mioera. rv c copj lew ptsi-
A MINING TOWN.
In tbe first plaoe, let me try to give yon tome
little idea of a mining "location." Theee 'lo
cations" are villages or towns, aa it were, in
themselves, varying in aire to tbe number of
men employed at the mine. Tbe btnsee, par
tioularly those of a recent date,ue twu and a
bait' itorite in height, pUin, neat and comfort
able. On Borneo! the older locations there are
l)g cabins and sbant eiln all stages of decrepi
tude Tueae bouses are acattered around gen
erally, aa tbe facetious inebriate's milk wae,
"luose," and with but very little regard to looks,
although in some cases, the agent being men
ot taste, have had an eyo to symmetry and the
eeneral aDnearauce of tbe location. Situated
at some little distance from the miners' honaea
are the houses occupied by the mining oaptain,
the nhvaician and the agent, toe iatter'a betas
usually of e juTTderable preteueiono as to aiae
aud at) le. Tbe oommon bousee are oconpied by
families, maoy of wnom Keep noaraera. i at
families usually remain upon a location as lone
as tbey can get work ana give eatiaiaction; tne
floating population being principally unmarried
men, who aie constantly changing from one
mine to another.
THE MINES.
The routine of each day's work ii pretty much
the aamo; bo let us rise in season for the blowing
of tbo whistle at 4 a. m., which summons
the men to their duties. First let us go with tbe
captain while he attend to delivering "supplies"
to the different parties of miners. "Supplies" in
thin case does not mean "provisions," Dut pow
der, fuse, candles, drills, etc., which are charg
ed to the miners who do their work by contract,
at bo muoh per fathom if "sloping," and per
foot if "drifting;" of this more anon. Having
received tbeir supplies, curing tne delivery ot
which yon 'will have observed the ease with
which a Cornish man murders tbe king's Eng
lish, the miners depart for tbeir places of labor
under ground. Then the surface men are di
rected where to work by the captain, who is
sort of omniscient being, and tbe labor of the
day commences. During 'the day the cap '
tain makes hia round of inspection under ground,
sometimes accompanied by the agent. At 13 m.,
th whiHtle le blown lor a inner, ana then num
bers of grim and dirty-looking men may be seen
trudging to their homes and boardiDg houses,
from which all emerge at the sound of the
whintla. to resume wotK, loruned Dy pipes of all
lengths, in all stages of blackness, and filled
with of unqueetlonable quality.
THE WORKMEN OFF DUTY.
The miners, when not at work, amuse them.
selves, some by reading and paying visits to tbe
vi btgts of neighboring mines, some by drinking
beer ana ocoasionany quarreiuug, tome are at
nrk about their house or cauea to tbe storet
to procure their household necessaries. Ia the
evening .the. dance-houses and beer-shopa re
celve their usual number of callers, and the
stereotyped fights occur, though it i very sel
dom that any of these little "pleasantries" re-
nit naiious v. mere is a great aeai or human
nature to be seen amongst the laboring men ol
thi r cion. ana uicseos wouia nnd aub ecu
here that be would delight to work np in one of
his graphio pen ana in acetones. , . . .
SOCIETY AND AMUSEMENTS.
The agents, clerks, merchants or traders.'and
ilia resident phvsicianB, form, what would be
called the 'society" of tbe place. . How do we
amuse ourselveiT ;is a question yon would nat
orally ask. In various ways. At the hotel
there are two excellent billiard tables, and we
have some first rate players here. Then there
are little social meetings, where mirth and
jollity bave to make np lor the ab-
sence oi . jaaies. t o tane aa occa
sional', drive amongst eur friends, . and
pass an evening very - pmnanuy t
whist and enobre, accompanied by tbe inevit
able and eternal "pipe." We bare a few mrul
oal geuluae amougat us, and when they ean be
got together fflueio and song run riot. I mnd
me ot evenings pasoeu at tue uuuao oi oue oi
the agents, who iapaatlonately food oi musio,
and wboee performance! on the piano would
shame many of our professed musicians, while
I have literally feasted upon musio and drank
oceans of melody.' ' When seated at tbe piano,
my friend seems to be Muaie personified, and,
forgetting everything else, will play for boars
together, ruuning from opera to sacred music,
from ihat todanue and song In sbo, t, whither
soever bis I anoy .chances to lake, it flight. That
these musioal treats are richly prized by those
of ua who cbanoe to catch bim in a musical
mood, I need eoaroely add. Cheas does not
receive that favor and attention which it de
serves, tbe principal playing being between two
of us Bostoulans, thoaga I have "broken a
lance" with, others, and amongst tbem two la
dies, who, for, a wonder, "adore", the game..
A JOVIAL COMMUNITY.
G
. There is a great deal of "fuu" up hereto the
Upper Peninsula. We are all jovial fellows,
and cab nearly all sing a aong, tell a story, and
make' puns.'' We have (several embryo Hoods
bete, aud tbe "Professor" will have to look to
bis laurels it Lake superior ever contribute di
rect to tbe AUaotlo. :; ...''.
-1 aan't close without calling your attention to
the following, which I out from the Ltk Sup-
nor Muter, printed at Ontonagon:
"T tht Ttxpayirt of Ontonagon TtwntVp;
' "You are hereby notified that tht underslim-
ed, a mas of but few words, la now ready to te
eelve your taxes. Those of you, residents and
non-reeiaents, wno nave doi yet 'renuereu unto
Cajtar' his due for the year 1860, will confer
an especial favor on yourselves and the subscri
ber by proceeding to do so forthwith.
HENRY SELBY,
"Township Treasurer."
Isn't that unique t Obaetve tbe patbelio way
In vhli.k flaul alirna hlmaulf "Vftnra for Tax
es." He who does not "render unto Ceo tar bis
dues," after such an appeal, must be a mon
ger.
The Rights of Citizens.
Cozzens' Wine Press, for February, has an
able article on tbe "rights of the oitizen," In
which the follow lug passage oocurs t
What is the cause of this great commotion
among the etroayooBeranwnfi? There is among
them all nef on citizen. At the bead of each
and every one Is a potential and aingie sover
eign. Tbe rest of the millions of every degree
are simply subjeots. Compared with them, we
are, Indeed, a weak Government. We ac
knowledge Ihat tbere is nt Federal authority
enough to coerce a eiogle refractory State into
obedience. And yet, by mutual consent, we
have maintained law and order for three-quarters
of a century within our borders, during
which time all monarcbiims have been in turn
excoriated by tbe bloody flux of international
disease. And has our time come to abandon
tbe tried and honored experiment which for so
many years baa made the name of an American
citizen respected among all nations 1 Has our
time come to substitute the law of force for tbe
law of fraternal kindness? Is tbe Government
to be upheld by a standing army 7 Are States
and citizens to be coerced into a Union at tbe
will of a majority! Vain delusion! To peo
ple as independent as our own, the threat of
coercion will inspire no terrors, much aa it may
engender hatred and a more determined resist
ance
' "Yon cannot," says the Rev. Sydney Smith,
"extort friendship with a eochd fiitol!" Let us
apply tbe maxim to our own affairs. Let us
not for a moraeut be led away by the insolent
declamation of that class who, for some in
scrutable design of Providence, are now permit
ted to stand in high places of the nation, once
filled by patriots and statesmen. No! Tbe
greatest act ot tbe drama remains to be per
formed. The peacelul division of tbls great na
tion into a double Confederacy; a separation
without tbe aid of artillery, infantry, cavalry;
a division without the fulfillment of the apoca
lyptic vision which Webster imagined will, in
deed, be a spectacle unexampled in moral gran
deur such as the world baa never seen before.
And such, we confidently predict, will be the
end of this conflict of opinion, This Republic
thank God! is not yet in tbe throes of dissolu
tion. We are yet a homogeneous people, bound
to each other by the stroosest ties, and united
yet by a common faith in a commo n Constitu
tion li we split Into two nay, into twenty
Confederacies tbe hereditary futcia of civil
liberty is powerful enoueb to bind us all In one.
E pluribui unum.
Come It Will.
Manhood will come, and old ace will come.
and tbe dying bed will come, and tbe very last
look you shall cast upon your acquaintance will
come, and tbe agony of the parting breath will
come, and the time when you are stretched a lilt
less corpse before tbe eyes of weeping relatives
will come, and the coffin that ia to eoclose you
will come, and tbe hour when the comoanv will
assemble and carry yon to the churchyard will
come, and tbe minute when you are put iu tbe
?;rave will come, and the throwing of loose dirt
ntotbe narrow house where you are laid, and
tne spreading ot tbe green aod over it all will
oome on every living; creature who now heara me:
and in a few brief years the minister who
now speaks, and tbe people who now listen,
will be carried to their long homes, aud
make room for another generation. Sow,
an mis must ana will happen vour common
sense and your common experience serve to con
vince yon of it. Perhaps it may have been lit
tle thought of in the daya of carelee and
thonghtlesa and thankless unconcern which vou
have spent hitherto, but I call upon yon to
tbink of this now, to lay it seriously to heart,
ana no longer trine ana delay when tbe high
matters of death, and judgment, and eternity
thus set so evidently before you. Aod the tid
ings wherewith I am charged and the blood
lieth upon your own head aud not upon mine, if
you will not listen to them the object of my
coming among you is to let you know what
more tidlats are to ccmr: it is to carry von be
yond the regions of sight aod sense, to the re
gions of faith, and to assure you in tbe name of
Him who cannot lie, that a sure as the hour of
laying tbe body In tbe crave comes, so surely
will alao the hour of the spirit returning to God
who gave it. Yes, the day of finer reckoning
will oome, and the appearanoe of the Son ot
God in Heaven, and His mighty angels around
mm, win come, ana toe opening ot tbe books
will come, and the standing of men of all eene
rations before the judgment seat will come, and
the solemn passing of that sentence which la to
Dr. Chalmers.
A Husband's Experience of a Strong-minded
Woman.
A worthy citizen of Maine, and of fair social
position, good plain understanding, and amiable
manners, entered into tne state ot matrimony
with a strong-minded woman. Our narrative
is brief. She had things all her own way, from
tbe very nrat nour. tier contempt for his
mental powers increased every d.5)l Ilia very
inoffenelvenees Increased it. Her wishes soon
assumed the tones of commands. Tbey lived
on for many years, and tbe "gray mare was
universally acknowledged . to be the' better
horse-" In ber preaence, and that of third par
ties, bo waa rarely known to speak; and be
woald no more have thought of eivlne an
opinion than of giving np the ghost. At length
bis oareerof paaeive obedience came to a close;
aod Mies Popkln"had not the least doubt what
killed bim." Hia last words, aod tbey were
rematkable words, gave color to Miss Popkin's
opinion. The Rev. Dr. Tbunderbob attended
him in his laat moments; aod the conversation
between them has been stated as follows:
"Dr. Pilldrlver informs me that von are no
longer for this world " .
"I feel very oervous, and I suppose I can't
stand It very long." '
"No; 1 suppose your end is not very far off.
It Is an awfnl thing to die."
"Well, I don't know but it may be for some
folks."
"I hope you nave made vour peace with
God. Are you prepared to meet the King of
Terror!"
"Well, Is'posel am I've lived with the
(Jueeo for tblrty-two years."
- An AmonoNATK Wive A little oireum
stance, says the Troy Arena, has just come to
as through a friend ot tne parties, which we are
templed to make publlo. It is aa follows: A
oouple, very well known in this city, are at pres
ent arranging terms for a separatioo, to avoid
the scandal or a Judioial divorce, and a friend
has been employed by the husband to negotiate
the matter. The latest mieaion was in refer
ence to a valuable ring, given to the wife before
marri.te by tbe husband. "What!" said tbe In
dignant wile, "do you venture to charge your
self with suoh a mission to met Can vou be
lieve that I ean tear myaelf away from a gilt
whioh alone reoaiia to me tbe daya when my
husband loved met Not The ring ia my only
sonvenlr of happinesi forever decartedt 'Tiiall
(and here she wept) that I now possess of a once
fond huaband." Tbe friend insisted. The lady
aupplioaed grew obstinate threatened to
submit to a publio divorce, as a leaser evil than
Darting with tbe cherished ring and at last
coaf eared tbat A kai told it tix menthi be-
fmt.c ' - -
. Kimiho Conjuoatid To the ticklish verb
"to km" there ie, of course, a proportk cutely
ticklish grammar, and tbe ounjugatioa la aa fol
lows : "Bui, to kiss; rebut, to kiss sga ni
plurlbus, to kiss without regard to number; s 1
lybus, to kiss tbe hand instead of the Hps; blun
derbuss, to kiss the wrong person; omuibut, to
kiss everybody In the room; erebus, to kiss la
tbe dark. Kissing oae'e own sister has been
aptly likened to eating a veal sandwlob; carry-
llntTAiifc frit ftAmnaalartti eVtaalrtr nBam tvnnatn
"ft wuv vvuifM ttjuajf KiBMaus) wuv aw vwutteu
nrjlets she be a particular oousin, one coming
under the denomination of 'dangerous' may be
considered equivalent to diacuestag a beef sand
wich; ana tne cnaete salute, snatched from tbe
lass wo love, to ti e nlquente, apDetite-DrovokinaT
combination oi nam, mustard and bread."
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
NSWABK OniO,
manufacturer of all kinds of Por
table) ana Stationary steam En
gine, haw Mtlla, Uriat Mill,
Vc, cVc.
LAKBdbBODLEYBeatml a. s . BLAND Y Beaten!
J. at J. B. I) tTV ALL Beaten III COLVUBUd
JfACHIXS CO. Biaimll It BRADFORD
dc CO. BtaUnlllll ,
Oar Portable Eoglnt and Saw Mill
Wat awarded the first premium of S50 at the Indiana
Slate fair for l'OO over Lane A Bodley't on account of
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior charaoter of lumber sawed.
Oar Stationary Xnttne waa awarded at tha aame fair
the first premium of S200.
Our Portable Engine waa awarded the first premium of
$100 at the fair at Memphis, Tenn., over Blaudy'a Du
vall'a, Columbus Machine Oo's., and Bradford a Co't.,
by a committee of practical Railroad Engineers.
ror price ana terms aaaress
W1LLAHD WARNER, Treasurer,
decS-dfcwlyeolt. Newark, Ohio.
THE
ONLY PREPARATION
THAT HAS
STOOD THE TEST OF YEARS,
And arrow more and more popular
every day I
And testimonials, new, and almost without number.
might be given from ladles aod gentlemen In all grade
of society, whose united testimony none eouid lesitt.
that Pi of. Wood'a lialr Restorative will restore the bald
aod gray, aod preserve tbe hair of the youth to old age,
InallltsyouUilul beamy.
Battle Creek, Mich., Deo. Slst, lE58.
Prof. Woon: Thee wilt sleaw accent a line to inform
thee that the hair on my head all fell off over twenty
years ago, caused by a complicated chrocio disease, at
tended with an eruption on the head. A continual
course of sufferiog through life having reduced me to a
state of dependence, I have not been able to obiain stuff
for caps, neither have I been able to do tbem up. In con
sequence of which my head baa suffered extremely from
cold. Thia Induced me to pay Brlggs k. Hodges almost
the lost cent I had on earth for a two dollar bottle of thy
Uair ueaiorattv. about in nrsi or Aoiuit last. 1 Hate
faithfully followed the dtrections,nd the bald spot It now
covered with hair thick and black, tbouah ahert. it it
also ooming In all over my head, feeling confident
tbat another large bottle wtuld restore It entirely
and permanently, 1 feel anxious to perseverve in Its use,
and being destitute of meant to purchase any more, 1
would ask thee If thee wouldst not be willine to send me
an order on thine agenta for a bottle, and receive to Ihv-
teir .tne scripture ueciarauon --tne reward la to those
tbat are kind to tbe widow and tne ratherlrs."
Thy friend, KUiANNAU KIRBT.
Llgonler, Noble County, Indiana, fob. 5th. 1859
Paor. 0. J. Wood: Dear Sir: la the latter Dart of
the year 1P5-2, while attending the State and National
Law School of the State ot New York, my hair, from a
cause unknown to me, commenced falling off very rap
idly, so mat in tne snort space oi six montns, toe whole
upper part f my scalp was almost entirely bereft of Its
covering, and much of the remaining portion upon the
aide and bac part of my head shortly after became gray,
so that you will not be surprised when I tell you that up
on my return to the State of Indiana, my more casual
acquaintances were not to much at a lost to discover the
cause of the change in my appearance, aa my more inti
mate acquaintances were to recognise me at al I.
I at once made application to the most skillful physi
cians In the country, but, receiving no assurance from
them that my hair would again be restored, I waa forced
to become reconciled to my tale, until, fortunately. In
the latter part of the year 1857, your Restorative was re
commended to me by a druggist, at being the mott relia
ble Hair Reatoratlve in us. I tried one bottle, and
found to my great satisfaction that it was producing the
desired effect. Since that time, I have used seven dol
lars worth of your Kesiorallve, and aaa result, have a
rich coat of very soft black hair, which no money can
buy.
as a mark or my gratitude ror yonr labor and skill In
the production of to wonderful an article, I have recom
mended ita use to many of my friends and aeauaintances,
who, I am happy to inform you, are using It with like
efleot. Very respectfully, yourt,
A. 01 L.ATTA,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Depot, 444 Broadway, and sold by all dealers through
out the world.
The Restorative li put up in bottles of three sites, vis:
Itrge. medium, and small; the small holda X a pint, and
retails for one dollar per bottle; the medium holds at
least twenty per cent, more In proportion than the small,
and retails for two dollars a bottle; the large holds a
ouart, 40 per cent, more in proportion, and retails for S3
a bottle.
0. J. WOOD at CO.. Proprietor!. 444 Broadway. New
York, and 114 Market Street, St Louis, Mo.
And sold by ROBKRTS a SAMUKL. Oolumbus. Ohio.
and by all good Druggists and fancy Goods Dealers.
aprllitdtLWeowiy.
FIRST
OPENING OF THE SEASON
Off '
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
A.T P. ROSE'S.
I AGAIN OFFEK TO TUE PUBLIC
'an entire new stock of Goods In my line. Just purch
ased In New Torkat the cheapest panic rate, all of which
I shall aell at the smallest prcfltt, for Cash, My custom
tn and friends are respectfully invited to call and exam'
Ine my Oooda and Pilcea, at I am determined to tell as
cheap or cheaper than any other house In the ally; and
at I do my own Cutting, and superintend my own busi
ness, I feel assured, rrom my long experience tn busi
ness, lo give general satisfaction. Tbe finest of work
men are employed, and all work done strictly to time aod
on short notice, and warranted to fit. Strangers visiting
our city would oonsuit tneir interest by giving me a call
before purchasing elsewhere. . a. Ro8J,
Merchant Tailor,
marchSO-dly Cor. High and Town tts.
Sheriff's Sale.
Cornellua Jacobs
is Jacobs )
a.
Iter etal. )
. vt.
' Oommon Pleat.
W. P. Miller
TtT VIRTCK OP A WHIT OF fl. FA.
Jj to aa directed, from the Court of Oommon Pleat
of franklin County, Ohio, I will oner for aale, on the
farm occupied by W, P. a J.B. Miller, in Jacknn
Xownsblp, on
Monday, the 15th day of April, A. D. 1861,
at 9 o'clock, P. M., the following property, tc-wltt One
bav mare, one sorrel hone, on mar colt, on oolt.
en two -haraa wacon. three sen doub't htrnest, seven
head ot hogs, tnd the undivided one-half Interest In a
reaping machine, lev lea on at to property ot w , g. at
4 n. Aimer. .
0. W. HTJff MAN, Sheriff,
tprll S-lOtd. , By Id. Davo, Deputy.
Prloier's feet, 1J.50 ,
Watches! Diamonds I! Surer Ware !l!
ACHOICR ASORTffTEWT OF GOLD
and Silver Watches, tn great variety.
I am Aient for the Aaiatean Watch Co , and otn
tell these excellent Watch at manufacture ra' pilots.
eitner wnoiesaie or netau,
Cimt and chooat from my beautiful display of Dia
monds and other rich Jeweiiy. Sty lee new prices low.
As to Silver Wart of sterling quality, I can show new
patterna, very nanatome
Silver Plated Ware, Tea Setts, TJrna, Walter, Caslort,
Baskets, Pitcher, Oobleta, Knives, forks Spoons, ao.
Then I have a supply of fin Table Cutlery, Pocket
Knives, Raa ira, Ac, and many Fancy Oooda such a
are desired for preseott at suoh prion at are an tnduo
menl to tht purohaaer. WM. BlYnN,
1 Wo, 10 Buckeye Block.
marSl North sld Stat Houm squnrt.
E LEU ANT PLAIN BLACK MI.R. fOR
Street Batquea and Mantles; alt. Rich Trimmla
t and Tawelt ts txtch, at . - SAIN
may3 .. -. ' .- c-.'i
1
MUVV.
BE A U TUb1 U Hi
AND CHEAPER THAN EVEE?
''-a , .
Ova SPRING STOCK IS UHCBUAI,
ly large and well assorted. The very latest patters
from AMERICAN, KNQLUH and IRXXOH faotariaa. '
GOLD PAPERS AND
Gold and Velvet xrdcrs '"
SPLENDID DECQBATI0Ar3
sroELiamrr ;
AND ; ' ; '
FIRE BOARD PAPERS,
Gold and Painted Shades,
Gor.r v
WINDOW CORNICESj
BUFF, BLUE, 0
AND
GREEN HOLLANDS,
WINDOW FIXTUBES, all kinds,
CORD AMD TASSELS.
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES
AND FHALXES.
RANDALL & ASTON,
100 oxtix zzisnat.
COLUMBUS, O.
N. fl. Landlords and persons wiablnf quantities f
Paper will make money by buying f nt. Country
Merchants and persons from abroad trill do well U tail
and tee ut. april l-d2meodl
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Off
Uowarlt, INJ. T.
Dividend January 1, 8et4S Pas Casae.
ASSETB l,81i1S5 a.
Statement January 1 1861 - -
Balance, per statement Jan. 1st, 1800 J,40g,HI 29
Recelsed for Premiums dur
ing the J ear 18(0 S7U3.03J
Received for Interest during
the year 16C0 SI4 Old IS
Total reoelp't for 1800... .1977,0117 74
Pld Claims by Death,2o?,050 CO
Paid Policies surren
dered 41,111 9
Paid Salaries, Pott
age, Taxes, Ex
cbance. eat 31.630 54
Paid Commission! to
Agent 51,325 30
Paid Physicians' fees. 5 V0 75
Paid Annultie 1,517 00
Paid Dividendi dur
ing tbe ) ear 10G.SCO 75 SS5.001 S3 411,mt 14
Net Balance January 1st. 1861, t3.U,tMM
AS3KT8.
Cash on hand $8 0384 IB
Bonda and Mortgages on Real
Estate, worth double the
amount loaned 8 387,641 OS
Premium Notes, on Policies
In force, only drawing 6 per
eent. Interest. 1,379.(164 17
Real Ksta e SO 801 87
Loane on Scrip 5,8314
Premiums, Notes and Gash lo
courte of transmission.... 45,343 75
Total Atteti.
SJ 8UJ5S SO
7,576 Policies In font, Insuring ttfttASStiSS
1,435 new Policies have been Issued during the year.
After a caretal calculation of the Drtaanl nine at Ihm
outstanding Policies of the Company, and autving Us
neaeuary amount lu reerve therefor, the Director
u.vo scciarra a vivioam or to per eeat. ra tn Piwaas
uma paid at the table rates, to all policies for lire la foroa,
issued prior to January 1, 1HC0 , parable according t the
present rule of the Company.
Batetfor all kinds ol Lift CcntlnmnalM. rnnnt.
uses, Statements, and Applications, will be Tarnished
without crutoe, at the Office or Agencie lb Cota-
pany.
ROBT. I. PATTERSON, tVetJdesrt. '
L, 0. flROTCR, Vlot PmVSaat.
BINJ. 0. MILLER, Secretary.
H. It. BLEOJt, Af, .
x, Loa,o,i ' . No. 4 Juhnaon Block,
March So, 1881. - Corua9baa,0. '
Our OouqK MS, Bnartsstt.-AySw.
neo, any IrUation orSormittotKe
lkroat, ReUnttht Hawking tfawpA
vis flmruiiif!, BronMtit, Alu
ma, and Catarrh, Clear ami give
ttrmatk to tnovote of 'I
PlTsSL.SU PBJRBSI,in
. . mm. siNtjEua
few are aware of the Importance ' of hacking a Conga
v "Gammon Oold" in its first stag.- that which. 4 thai
beginning would yield to a mild remedy, if BrgUeied,
toon attacks tht lungs- ,V8nwwAruM STms
containing demulcent ingredients, allay Paltaasmrf atd
Bronchial Irritation.
BROWN'S I "That trouble In my Throat, (for wfalea
the 'Iroeaet' are a tptctflo) havlni anada aaa
TROOBEB often a mere whltpejer."
B . r. WILLIS.
BROWN'S "I recommend their ata to Poauo taut-
TROCHES
R1Y . fJHAPIBT. '
"Have proved extremely ttraeaakl tor
BROWN'S
HoAaamaa." , .
REV. HENRY WARD SBECBBB. -'
'Almost instant raltaf la tbt dMivestf
TROCHES1
labor of breathing peculiar to AniMt. "
BROWN'S
jtav. a. o. aoabaaroa.
Contain do Opium or earthing injur! .
TROCHES
out." VK. A A. UAYAB,
vnmnm, tmtm. i;
"A tlmple and pleasant eoaaMnatlea lor
BROWN'S
Oooaaa, o."
TROCHES!
Um, V. W. B1UBIAJW,
BROWN'S
In tlnwmvH SW Ij-
. - - DR. J. V . W; LANS, (
twsaa.
'I have proved theaezctHantToe Waoa
TROCHES
BROWN'S
" RET. n. W. WARSEN, .
TROCHES
"Beneficial when eoBDelled to stwak. aaf
BROWN'S
ferlog from Cote." - i
, nay. a. g. t. uwtuin, ,
Ut Moult,
TROCHES!
Ei raoTDAi, la Ttaovlae Beaajtaatt and
BROWN'S
Irritation of the Thr. at, a aaaaa.nwi a)
Snuaantand Biwoaas." ' -
TROOHXs
.1 Prof. BfAOT JOBWBOH it-Ti
la efeattfw, e7a.,
Meeker of Mas, ratliarai
,. , ; raaaait OolUga.
ManaaaaSlwlMa aka ktror aad arW
BROWN'S
TROCHES
BROWN'S
preaohiog, a theypnveat Hoe.ra.n-e free
their put affect, I thmk they will woof
mansatadvauUfetoas." - - - ,
RltV. 1. ROWLEY. A. at,
P rwidtnt mi Alheaa Oollag. lent.
TROCHES;
BROWN'S
TRO0n3l
Hj"SoA by all Drwggtrrt at tWtNTt-
. BOBBRTS A SAM OIL.
Dragklit, t4 North High stiwtt, "
. S. B. SAMOaL a CO.. .
8S South High (treat, Ooluaa,0.
ar7-deodlm
UKNKT KKIILEH, "
(Let of Phalon"! sUhllthsaMt, M.T.,) ttofiKoto '
the New lock fashionable Shaving. Eau Cnifn
' Bhampoonlng, Curling and Drenlngan)oin, Rait ki
i. Street, over the Peat Ofto, wImi aatlal'Mti-.a will
be given In all the vartoat tmnebM. La-t.e td
Chlldreu't Hair Dressing don la Uva past at ic
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