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50L. VII. NO; 267. NEW SERIEfe OHIOl TUESDAY) EVENING. APRIL 16. 1861.
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D A.ILY, TRI-WEEX1Y AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBLI8B3RS AKD PEOPEIITOBB.
IDT Offioe Mm. 86, 88 und 40, North High St,
l'KEMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANOB.
Daily - - - $6 00 per year.
By ibe Carrier, per week, 12 cents.
l'rl-'WejWlv , - . 8 00 per year.
Weekly - 1 00 "
onm AdTcrlUIng by the Square.
square t yej . . t'JO 00
On. " V uioi.tli 18 00
3ns " e month! 15 00
Dne " SmonUs 10 00
Dne S nionthi 8 00
On. quar 3 week. .4 00
On. " 8 week... 3 00
On. " 1 week... 1 75
On. ' 8 day... 1 00
One " S day.... 75
On. " 1 Insertion SO
Dae " 1 month. 6 00
Displayed advertisement half more than the abort
"Advertisements leaded and plaeed In the column of
Hpcclal notices, aouon tne ormnaty ru.se.
All uotlce requires to be published by law, legal rate.
If ordered on the innlae exclusively after the first week
per ecu:, more thho the above rates; but all such wll
Business Cards, not exceeding St. Unci, per year, In
st ae, 9)v ou per line, auisiu
Notices of meetings, chart tables ocicties, fire oompanle
. 1. 1 , , .
All trantltnt atfoertUemtnti mutt M paid or tn
l ........ - As, Bill nn r ii fram.
Weekly, same price a the Dally, where the advertiser
. .v. ni,i .tnn. vhM rh TikIIv and Week 1
are both osed, then the eharg. U.rth. Weekly will be
ail' mo rates 01 uie uauy
No advertisement taken except for a definite period
BUSINESS CARDS.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring; & Water 8ta.
W. B. POTTS & CO.,
MAOmNISTS,
And Manufacturers of Brass and Composition Castings,
finislitd Brass Work of all Descriptions.
Electro Plating and Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTING, &C.
febl '00-dly
F. A. B. 8IMKEJS,
Attorney a,t liaw
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office Aoib-x liuilding, opposite Capitol Bquare.
. . COLUMBUB. OHIO;
Machine Manufactnring Company
Jt'i 0 0 O 0 1) CO 0.0 f 0.0.0 9
oTFil?:
MANUrACTDMRI 09
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Coatings, Kill-Searing, Kaehinary.
atao,
H.o,ilxoxcl X7oxlr.
4 ' of nnr DiacaimoK.'
. . ' . . SJOl.tllTlBIJS, OHIO.
OH AS. AUBOB, BnrTi- P. AMBOB.iTrei.
deell, liH-tf
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincincati, Dayton & Indianapolii!
Through to IndiaoaooliB without Cbarige of Cars
. and but One Change of Cars between
i Columbus and St. Louis.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS. FIRST TRAIN.
(Dally, Mondays excepted.)
HianT EXPKKSS, via Dayton, at 8:45 a. m stop
ping at London, Xeaia, Dayttn, Middletown and Uamil
ton, arriving at Cincinnati at B:20 a. m.i Dayton at 5:45
a. m., Indianopoll. at 10:48 a m.;tt. Louts at U:t0
P " SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, at 6:10 a. m., stopping at all Sta
tion, between Columbus and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati 11:IM a. m., Dayton at 8:15 a. m.,
IndlanopolU at S;2 p. in.
THIRD TRAIN. ,.
BAT EXPRESS, at 8:30 p. m., stopping at Alton,
Jefferson, London, Charleston, Cedarville, Xenia,
Bpring Valley, Corwln, Morrow. DeerSeld, Poster's.
Loveland. Millford and Plaioville, arriving at Cincin
nati at 7:30 p. m.; Bt. Louis at 13 m; Dayton at 5 35 p.
m.; Idlanopolisatl0:38p. m.
Sleeping- Caret on all Nig; lit Tralna to
Cincinnati uiirt ludiannpoii..
BAOOAOE CHKtiiED TIIROCOH.
tor farther Information and Through Tickets apply to
M L. DOHBRTY,
Ticket Agent, Union Denot. 0"lumbus. Ohio,
K. W.WOODWARD,
Puperlntendeot, Cincinnati.
JNO. W. DOIISHrV
jB13 " ' Agent, ColumbBf,
I
- SOMETHING NEVV
HOWARD & GO'S.
AMERICAN WATCHES.
C
ALL. AT NO 83, SOUTH HIGH ST.,
and examine our new make or .
AMERICAN WATCHES,
manufactured by E. HOWARD fc CO . Boston. Mass.
These Wau bee are far supeilor to anything ever offered
to the publlo, heretofore. Saving the .xolualv. agency,
I can sell them at prices to suit the times. I bav.Just
received a large stock of V
AMERICAN WATCHES,
manufactured by APPLEI0N, TRACT, CO also, a
fln. aieortment of
tifiGLIMI AND SWISS WATCHES,
In Oold and Silver Cases, at Panic prices.
JenW' W.J SAVA01.
Jnit Breeiwedl
nr. Cll GHFEN and BLACK
XUv TaviiS (MI bag, prim. Rio Coot..
1A' pocketaold Dutob Qjvernment Java Coffee.
IS bags Ceylon Cuffee.
gOUbbla. tiamlanj White Sugars, oonslstlng of Pow
dred, Ohruehed, Oranulated AandB Ootfoe.
SO quinla's Oeorgt B,uk Codfish.
80 bbls. Mets and Mo. 1 Mackerel,
S tee. Plok tlmon.
JOO bx. Layer Uaisins. :;,
. S(l hf . box do do
1(10 qr. box do d. ,
lOO It Cigars, different brand, and grades.
Bovtf . . t i Wsl, tlcOONALt..
M . C . LILLEY
booz loxTtfiDinri.
' And Blank-Book Manafantnrer, "'
. horth Kioa RSXZT, GOLViarjS, OHIO
aarll-dly - . , ; . . . .
faihilv 1xouh.
-tithttv wheat, branded ,
:"sit6wj,lakiij." -
ffrota "Barnett Hills," Springfield. O. the best brand of
Vlonr broujrht to ear market, DatisTactton guaranieeai
tor sals only at WM. MoDON ALU'S,
novfl r. i , 108 South High street.
A LEXANUUIR KID OLOVEB. i
All llssi and eolori last opened at BAINS, '
fv ' Mv.88etQHlghiitrMl.
STONE'SJ AZ A AR.
No. 4 Gwvnne Blocls.
a. p; stonF& o'harra
AnENOW RECEIVING THEIKHTI1V.
TBE GOODS, and invite th. public to lnspeet
them. N. such stock of Goods baa ever been brought to
this markrt. Th. South, In consequence of the failure
of th grain crop, baa not been able to parches, th. us
ual quantity of rich goods, and this faoi has foread the
Importers to sell them at publlo auction. Oar buyer
(Mr. Stone) being in New York at these large tales, took
advents . of them, and we can and will sell 00 good!
here, at lesa than any one whopurohased two weeks sum,
paid fur them l Hew Yprk. Onr stock Is complete la
every department of
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
OTTOMAN VELOURS,
BROCHE VALENCIA8, . M
PRINTED MERINOS,
PRINTED COBURGS,
DYED COBUGSi
BLACK ALPACAS,
ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS, PRINTS,
1 DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day, .
At one Half the Coat of Importation.
LADIES' FURS,
In all Varieties, of th Celebrated
lTlanufataro of C. O. Gun
tbere tc Son.
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT,
Men's, Ladle, and Children's Under Shirts and Drawer.;
Ladles, Misses and Children'! Hosiery of all kinds, In
Wool and Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined and Ootton Gloves
of every make.
aLBO
A complete assortment of all the usual varie
ties of
LADIES' CLOTHS,
CASSIMERE3,
.OVERCOATINGS,
TWEEDS,
FLANNELS,
RIBBONS,
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
ladies and Gent's Linen Cambrio Hand
kerchiefs, Ac, &o, 1
1
To Deraona who eall on us. we Dledtr. oar words to
show them the largest, best and cheapest stock of Goods
ever eeen Id this market, or pay tbem on. dollar p.r
hour while looking.
deol-oiyvtawitw. musiauuiau,
A MEETING
OF '
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
AT. . ' ,'. ...
62 EAST TOWN STREET,
, ... r ; '
ssasMsaB
WAR! WAR!! WAR!!!
AWINO TO THE WAR BETWEEN
yj th. Union and the Bunny Boutb, I bar. concluded
to sen oat
ALL MY GOODS,
EVIN
I33DUO'W COOT,
Th. stock oonslitt of th. largest loto'
WHITE GOODS, .
In the city of Columbus; '
JACOHITS,
. CAMBRICS,
BBILLIAKTS,
SSaZBALDAB,
KTJIX8,
PLAIDS,
80IT FINISH CAMBBIC8, :
COLIABI, IDQINU8, SKLST BHAID,
B08IEBT, PIN8, BUnOHS,
BUSPEMDZBJ, BOOKS AND 7X3,
and all kind, of
NOTIONS AND SMALL WARES;
the best HOOP SKIRTS la Columbus, and at the
lowtttprict,
Wnolesale and Retail. -
Then, ladles, all, both great and small,
Come, give me a call.
And then you'll And A. M. K. Btoriii
In all his Glory.
A. M. K. BTORRIE, Agent,
Bemsmber thaWar I No. 6) Town street,
aprll:d3m - Columbus, Ohio. .
FIRST .
OPENING OF THE SEASON
OF , ; .
jSPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
A.T P. ROSE'S.
IAOalN OFFEW TO THE PUBLIC
an entire new stock of Goods In my Una, lost puroh.
ased In Hew York at the cheapest panic rates, al of which
shall a,ll at the smallest punts, for (.'ash. By custom
ers and Minds are respectfully Invited to cal nd exam
ine m Goods end Pi Ices, ai I am determined to sell ae
cheap or cheaper than any other house In the ally; and
as 1 do my own uniting, ana supenotrna ni own iui
nese, I feel assured, frim my long exoerieoca Inbuil
oesi, to give general tetisfactixn. The finest of work
men are emp'oted. at.d all work den. strictly to time aud
on short notice, and warranted to fit. Stranger, viaitlna
oar city would . insult tbelr Interest by giving me a call
beior. pnrcnaiugeuewnere. . r. nui-u.
Merchant Tailor,
narchSO-dly Cor Bitk and Town sti.
Sheriff's Sale.
Cornelius Jacobs
W. P. Miller atal.
1
Common Pleat.
BT VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF FI. FA.
to ma directed, from th. Court of Common Pleas
of franklin County, Ohio, I will offer foraale, on the
farm occupied by W. P. fc J. B. sillier, In Jaossoo
township, on , .,
Monday, the 15th day of April, A. D. 1861, i
at 8 o'elook,.?, M., the following propeity, lo-wltt : One
cay mar., on. sorrel none, one mar. con, on. aou,
oo. two bore, wagon, three se s doub . hsmesa, asvea
head of hog. , and the undivided cue balf interest In a
reaping maouln., levied on as the property of W. P. A
J B. Ulltcr.
. 0. W. HUFFMAN, Bh.riff,
aprll 8-10tof. , By Ed. Davia, Deputy. '
Prluier's foes, 15 50 .
Watches I Diamonds !! Silver Ware!!!
ACOlCR A SOHTitlENT OF GOLD
and Silver Watches, In great variety.
I am Ag.nl for the AaMista Waicet Oo , aid baa
sell these excellent Watches at manufacturers' pi tees,
either Wholesale or Setall. .
Ome and choot, rrom my beautiful dlsplav or Dla
monds and th rich Jeaeliy. 8t lea new price lew.
Ae to Silver War. of sterling quality, I can show new
patterna, ver aandsom. . i b i' i -) -,
atlv.r Plated War. Tea Setts, Urns. Walters, Castors,
Baskets, Pitcher Goblets, Knives, Forks Spoons, Ac.
Then I have a supply of Boa Tabic Cutlery, Posset
Knives, Saur, A., and many Faooy Good such as
are desired for preeeets at euch prices as are an induce
ment U the purabatsr. v , WH. BI.TMN, .
" No, 10 Buckeye Block, '
marSl ' " North side Bute Hone, equare.
Irish Linen Goods.,. t';
WARRANTED FABRIC "
Linen Shirt Bosoms P'eln and fancy ,
Shirting and Bosom Linen. ' V
Linen J heelings and Pillow Ossings.
' i i , ,. Linen Cambrics and Long Lawns.
. Linen Pocket -bandk fs, all slias,
' Linen Towelling and DUpar.
I'" UnmNapklneandD'Oyllee. , .,-
1 " Linen Table Cloths and Satin Damask. v. ...
: . t liinen Towel with colored border, u , i:
. : . ) Linen Stair Coverings and Oraah, ,. .
. ... For sale at lowprioet.
" i BAIN fc SON, ' S
febW Ki.iHismK niJiuiL
INK MUFKg, WICTCIIISSS wdOUFFS VC ars
now selling at vary low a-ricea, also alt other kladl
dc81. ... . .No. W Sooth Illih si-,
w
II1U nANTLU HaHa.L, OTU
nails ana aiipea, iw iwewvia as. - i!. .
a
.
Ayer'sSarsapaiiila
A eoBpoUnd remedy, designed to bo the most
effectnal AlUratuu that con be made. It it
s concentrated extract of Para Snrsnparilln,
So combined with other substances of etiU
greater alterative power at to afford an cfltx.
tire antidote) for the disease! Sarsuparilla is
reputed to curt. It is believed that such a
remedy is wanted by those who suffer from
'Strumous complaints, and that one which will
accompliih their cure must prove of immense
service to this large class of our afflicted fellow
citif ens. How Completely this compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
of the worst cases to be found of the following
complaints :
8cuoruLA and Scrofulous Computet,
Eruptions and Eruptive Disease TJr.cnits,
Pimple, Blotches, Tumors, Salt llnr.uji,
Scald IIiad, Sifbilis and Syphilitio Ar
feotions, Mercurial Disease, Diiopsy, Nia
baloia oa Tio Douloureux, Dr.iui.ixv, Drt
FEPSIA AND INDIOESTION, EltTSII'EHS, HoriE
on St. Antuonts Fiub, and indeed tlm wliola
class of complaints arising from Impuuitv op
tub Blood.
Thia compound will be found a great pro
moter of health, when taken in the spring, to
expel the foul humors which foster in the
blood af that season of the year. l!y,thc limu
ly expulsion of them many rankling disordi'is
are nipped in the bud. Multitude can, hy
tne fua or tms remedy, spare thcmnulvcs iroin
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulccroiu
sores, through which the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the natural channels of tho body
bjr an alterative medicine. Clcauso out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when you find it is ob
atructsd and sluggish in the veins ; clean so it
whenever It is foul, and your feeling'? will tell
you when. . Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
Iiabulum of life disordered, thcro can be no
siting health. Sooner or later something
must go WTong, and the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the dm;;
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else.
During late years the public have been mis
led by largo bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most
of these have been frauds upon tho siclt, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla, but often no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, hitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilla winch flood tho market, until tho
name itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we call this compound Satsaparilln, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the
namo uom the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And we thjuk wo mva ground fur
believing it has virtues which Suo irrcsistihlc
br the ordinary run of the diseases it is intend
ed to cure.' In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
tho bottle,
prepared or
DO. J. G. ATE IS & CO.
. LOWELL, MASS. .
Prlo, ft par Bottle Six Bottle for, $3.
lAyer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown fur tho ctsre of
very variety of 'i'hront and Lung Complaint, that
it i entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wlicrorer it hits tern cm
ployed. A it has long been in constant uto
throughout till section, weneed not do inoro than
assure the people it quality ia kept up to tho best
it over has .been, and that it may lie relied on to
de for their relief ail it bat ever boon found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
ion TUB CTSB 01"
Cottivtnea, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Dytmiery, Foul Stomach, Erijsipclai, Headache,
Piles, Rheumatism, Eruptions and Skin Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tnniors and
Salt Rhmrn, Worms, CM, - Neuralgia, as a
Dinner Pill, and for Pttrifyiny the Blood,
They are sugnr-coated, to thttt tho most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and they are the
best aperient in the world for all the purposes of a
family physic.
Fries 25 cents per Box; Five boxes for $1.00.
Oreatnumbert of Clergymen, rhvsicinni,Slntcs
men, and eminent personogej, hnrs lent their
.names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our space here will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish gratis our Ambrican Almanac in which they
ar given ; with alio full descriptions of the above
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure. .
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Ater's, and take no others. The sick
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
have It.
All our remedies are for tale by
KOBIRTS fc SAUUBtf. Oolnmbtu.
Aad by Druggists aad Pemt.nl everywhere.
ovv: lya.iwuw
TO BUSINESS MEN.
AH EXCELLENT CHANCE EOR
reliable business men to secure a protttaMe manu
facturing business, requiring bat a small caoltal tn lis
eoublUhment and pro eeatlon.
The aunnfaoinre consist in lb application of a pe
culiar composition or enamel tooonunm red bricks, and
variety of other baildln. material, ornamental archi
tectural anlMusgt, oclltogt, tile ror noon and for
roofing.
This enamel may b. tinted or any color, from th.
parest whitetoih deepest black, with all Ihe color.
aad shades between. It impart to th article to which
It le applied a hardness and darabllttv almost incredible.
aad a Scanty surpaisiog that of the rarest and no. t costly
of the variegatM marblee, and, nnlite them, is Impervi
ous to moliture, and will never fade stain, or deterior
ate, costing bat a fractional cart of the orice of ordinary
marble.
It I alas valuable tor table and itand tons, mantle-
pieces, monuments, and an endless variety o other aril-
ols of apl as. Tb. process of epplvlng the e sine I
is simple, wniie in. articles enameled will command a
ready saw, af irdlng large profit. Bespon ibie parlies
may. procure licensee for maaufaetaring under the pat
rat for any city or prominent pawn tn the United States
by applying to tb subscriber A small tariff on ihe sr-
tloies manufactured will be required 'or the use cf the
lovmUua. Circular giving lull particulars will be for
warded to all applicant.
The superior msrlt and beanry or this ensmeled bond
ing material t. anything tn os has th unqualified in-
lertement or many of the tenet eminent aiohltect and
elenitfie bh of Oil aad other el Us.
for parUculais address
I0HIS0 k fBAIiL,
Gsneral Areata for laameied Batldii g Material,
ap9d3a. , S3 NASSAU ST., NSW YORK.
l
NOTICE.
I HAVE fcOLDTOMR. HENBT WIL
SON my SBUQ eTOBI, which ie nmived fiom the
orner of Mmh and Aav atreeia ro th. a,. nth I ftopnar
of Broad and High streets. Columbus, Ohio. .
With many than La to my former patron and custom
era, .1 respectfully rtqueet tb oent nuanoe of th-Ir fa-
tiaroatkM, aprU a, JW1. . . ,
DRUG- STORE.
TTAVIN a PURCHASED Tt; Bit CO
IX BTORB or Mr. Bnav M. Hsit, I have opened
aaeW on th. Booth west corner ef Broad and Utah n,ii.
Oolambae, Ohlc hrtnf t4d eMt reliable sausd for
wss diss usees jwiw year.
1 aav a iresa ana well eelected stock or rur Jf di
eifte, andiNtn Ctomieats, togsthsr with Palntt, Oil;
ramuMi, o. osnaiiy ept in seen aa establishment.
TTj Paasoatmowe eantallr and nromotlv comnoand.
Store .pea at all hoars of th. day mi night.
-I respectfallf tsllell tb. aauonag. of the pobllo. '
, 1 HBNBY WlLsOK.i'
Oalassbn, April 1. lBSl-aprS-dlm
aiB AUI1B U etlEErnUS SSD
BHiaiiBua. ail wiaine, w at ntoeiebraten makes,
eifored la grMtl Tkriety and al vsrT lowprioee.
.... sue 4.
bow eifored
Prill
I);?)1)X0 3itAhvxm
II BM v
Dally, per year. .4 IS 00
Tri Wookly, per I tar. S 00
Weekly, per yai ........m....... .. 1 OS
[From the N. Y. Times.]
Our Army Navy—Strength and Distribution
of Every Ship and Regiment in the Service.
It bag already been announced thai the Army
and Navy Registers lor loot nave Dean paoiisn.
:i. Tbe interest which tbo publlo tako at pros
eot lo military and naval Batters justifies us in
analyzing, at considerable length, the oontents
of these annuals. Let us first refer to the state.
nient of tbe strength and condition of
' oua reoulab abut.
The present strength of the Army ia 18,123
S iteiA 1 . . IA i
men. it consists or iregitneut--ire('imente
of infaniry, averaging 1U companies ol 70 men
each: dot artillery, aveiaeina; 13 Companies oi
61 men each; 1 of mounted rlflemtn, 3 of cave
airj, and 3 ot dragoon eacn oi tbe latter
numbering 10 companies of about 60 meo; or
about iaB cotnpaniea in all. Of these, ootwith.
standing tbe excitement oreated by the concen
traiionof aixiu'. ball' a regiment at the Nuional
C d tal. over : 6 ) comDaniea are statitn d in the
di unt regiuii ot Kry Wsf, Kansas, Ntoratk.,
Uiub, Ttxis, New Mexico, Caillornia, Oiegon
and other places. fUgiuieuta serving on these
station have 74 men to a company, Instead ot
G4, so that were tbe entire army located in them,
it would consist of 17,549, "total enlisted," and
1,880 aggregate. It is impossible to estimate
accurately the number of officers now in the
service, as no official list, deducting the resig
nations, has been published. Tbere have been,
however, some 1,200 commissions gizetted, and
there must be over 1,000 epauletted gentlemen
now on the roll. Each regiment ha a certain
number ol officers allotted lo it, which varies
according to oircumetances Th dragoons, for
Instance, ol whom we nave two regiments,
numbering each about 600 men, have 1 colonel,
1 lieutenant-oolonel, 2 majors. 10 caotaina. 11
fir-it lieutenauts, and 13 second lieutenants 74
officeta all told; tbe two regiments of cavalry,
(UliO meo) 1 colonel, 1 lieoteuanl-oolonel, 2 ma
jors, 10 captains, and 22 lieutenant 63 in all ;
tbe mounted rifle regimeut tbe same number of
men end general staff, and 23 lieutenants 37
In all; tbe 4 regiments oi artillery, (each about
700 meu) 4 general ifficere, 12 oaptalns, and 38
lieutenants 216 io ail; tbe ten regiments of in
Ian try, (each atx.ut 700 men) 4 general officers,
1U captains and uu lieutenants, and ao oo.
THE GEOGRAPHICAL DEPARTMENTS.
Almost every year two or three chances have
to be nude in the geographical arrangement of
tne Aimy departments, in consequence of In
crease ol population, Indian depredations, or to
facilitate military administration. Tbe Reals
terjust published gives the latest divisions oi
tne Uepartments, as ioiiowsi
Department of the East The country east
of the Mieelsaippi river; nesa-quarters, Troy,
N. Y. Tbere are eleven posts in this Depart
ment. viz: Fort Mackinac, Michigan: Platta-
burg. New York; Fort Iodependence, Massa
chusetts: West roint, liovernor'i Island, and
Fort Hamilton, New York; Carlisle, Pennevl-
vanlt; Newport, Heoiuckyj fort Monroe, Vir
ginia; FajetteviUs Arsenal, North Carolina;
Fort Somter, South Carolina, and Key West,
riorlda- me garrisons as Augusta, lie., baton
Rouge, Lv, and Birrancas, Fla , were alto lo
tho Department before being seised by the Se
cessionists. Tbe First, (Second, Third and
Fourth Artillery, the United States Engineers
and recruits, all to the amount of near 10.500
men, are stationed at tbese places, including
the troops at Washington.
DEPARTMENT OF THE WEST.
Tbe country west of the Mississippi river
and east ol tbe nociy mountains, exoept those
portions of it included witbin the Department of
Texas and New Mexico; headquarters Si
Louis. Mo. Tbe posts are Forte AbercramhiA-
Kioler and Rideely, Minnesota, Ksrritonad tav
the Second, Third and Fourth lofaotry and
tourta Artillery; rorta nanaau, Laramie and
Kearnev. Nebraska, garrisoned bvtheFonrth
Artillery and Second, Dragoons; Jefferson Bar
racks, Missouri, garrisoned by reotaile; Forts
LeaveoworlD and ttiiej, jn.ansas, gariUoned by
tbe First and Second Cavalry end lofaotry;
Forts Leavenworth and Little Rock, Arkansas,
garrisoned by the First Cavalry and Second
Artillery; Forts Cobb, Ar buckle end Wiobita,
and Wicbita Nations, garrisoned by tbe First
Cavalry and Iofautry. There are probably
4,000 men id tbe Department of the West.
DEPARTMENT OF TEXAS.
The ftate of Texas; head quarters at 8so
Antonio. Posts (Forte and Camps Cooper,
Cbadboumc, Colorado, Blise, Quitman, Mason,
Stockton, Lancaster, Davis, dadsoo, Verde,
Ives, Wood, Clark, San Antonio, Inge, Duncao,
Mclutoeh, Ringgold, Palo Alto and Brows
Tbere were abuut 3,800 men (300 more than
stated In a paragraph that baa been going the
rounds of tbeprea)in tbe Department before
Gen. Twigge surrendered, of whom the Daniel
W enster and other vessels will bring home, It Is
hoped, about 1,800, having left some to rein
force the Forts of Florida. Tbe Rio Grande do
tachmeuts are repotted to be in an efficient
state, snd all Union men.
DEPARTMENT OF TEXAS. DEPARTMENT OF NEW MEXICO.
The Territory ef New Mexico, exclusive of
Fort Moiave; head-quarters at Santo Fe. foils
(Forte and Camps) Garland, Union, De-fl-uoe,
two Navajo camps, Marcy, Batch's
Ranch, Fauntleroy, Albuquerque, Craig, Stan
tou. Webster, Breckiuild-e, Fillmore and Ba
chtnan garrlsoued by tbe 8ecood Dragoons,
Mounted RiQcb, Filth, Seventh and Egntb In.
fau ry, to the amouutol probably 9 300.
DEPARTMENT OF THE PACIFIC—(NEW ARRANGEMENT.)
MENT.)
Tbs ODUotrv west of ibe Rocky Mountains.
except those portions of it included Id tbe De
pantnente of New Mexico and Utah; head
quarters at Ban rrancisoo. Posts (Forts and
Camps) -Colenlie, rickette, (San Joan,)
Towoehend, btellaooom, uray's Harbor, Walla
Walla, Uatoedes, Vitocouver, Dalles, Xamblll.
Honkius, Umnqua, .Ferwan, Gaalon.. Crook.
Uumbildt, Brake, Churcbhtll, Bemoia. Alaosn
tras, Ptcsldlo, Moj&va,' Tejjn,- Diego and Ya
ms.. . ' ', -- - .
Gen. Jjhneton was recently apnointed to re
lieve Col. Beall io command of tbe Pacific De
partment, whioh be bas probably done before
this time. He will have under bis control 1,
550 men, distributed ss f 'Hows: One company
(Sixth Infantry) tn San fraocisco Harbor: field
and staff of the Third Ar tilery; at the Barracks;
field and e all of sixth luiauiry at Beolola.whiob
tairisoned by companies Caud K ol thatrea
im ntj Company L, Third Artillery at Utnppaa;
llfuuiin liiixiiiry at rerwao; u, BIXiu lar
fatitrv,' tt Uimboldt; two companies ooe,
I d.azooie aad oue of infaotry, at Crook t B.
Fount) lufubuy, at Gastoti; D, Sixth Infantry,
at BieRg; B aud H, Firet Dragoons, at Tejon;
C, Six n lutantrj, and C aud E, Fourth Infant
ry, at Yuma; F, S.xth Infantry, at New Sandl-
go; 1, aix n miantry, ano r our to io I an try,
at Mujavai ooe company of dragoons and two
companies of Sixth Infantry, Cburohhill, and a
small compauj in Hone)1 Lak Valley. ' '
DiFakTMiNT of Utah. Ibe Territory of
Vua, except mat portion oi it lying west or tbe
117ib degree of west longitude; headquarters,
Camp Flojd Fort Bndger Is tbe Only other
post In the Department lo which some comoan
ie of the Tenth Iuf entry, Second Dragoons and
Fourth Artillery, to ibe number of .1,000, prob
ably, do gairUoo duty.
So much for the Departments.
TROOPS NOW AT WASHINGTON.
Tbe United States troops, exclusive of Ma
rines, now at Washington, are aa follow:
Company I, of the First Artillery, and Compa
nies A, D, E, H, and K.of the Second Artil
lery: ibe dtach men's of Dragoons frots Carlisle
Birracks and West Point, and the corps of Sap
pers and Miners from West Point Companies
A, of (hs Second, I, of the First, and the West
Point Dragooos.iare aceompanied by light bat
lories. The lemainder ' are all aotlnjr as Ia
fantry, with the KxcepUoa of the Dragoons
ffom Carllsls. ' ? - : " " 1
.
THE NAVY.
The total number of vessels on the Navy
Register, for 1861, Is 91. Tbsy rank as fol
lows: Ten liners, rated at nearly 3,000 tons eaeh
873 gone.
Ten frigates, averaging 1,800 tons, and 50
gunaeaoh.
Twenty aloops of war (leaving out tbe Le
vant;, eaon averaging uu tons and 18 guns. All
as.l.se in tbelr present state.
Three brigs, averaging 280 tons and 6 gnus
each, all aouud, bnt of little value.
One sobooner, 115 tons, 3 guns . Good of her
kind. '
Bight first class propellers, each averaging
3,500 tons, and rated for 40 guns, while only
carrying aoont xo.
Six eecoud class propellers, (fire new), aver
aging 9.000 tons, snd 14 inns each.
Seven navy built steam srunboata. averaeins
nlM . -. - .... "
uu tooa ana o gone eacn. ah in commis
sion. Old steamers of different rates : Four first-
class sldewbeel steamers, averaging 9,000 tons
and in guns etcb. TOree In commission.
1 wo tbird class side-wheel steamers, (leaving
out the Fulton, now a Florida man-of-war)
Both in oummissioo.
One steam tender, f Water-Witch.) and eitht
harbor and sea going etoreebios. and seven our-
obated stesm gunboats. All unfit for ear par
poses. VI tbe ten liners, none could be made ser
viceable In tbelr present shape. Ten of tbe
corvettes are in commission fire of them (tbe
Macedonian, uumberland, Constellation, Ports
mouth and St. Louis) being good ships. The
others would be eomnaratlvelv useless in a mod
era naval engagement.
All the sea steam corvettes and gunboata are
on active auty, as will bs seen In our squadron
list
VESSELS THAT COULD BE GOT READY AT ANY MOMENT.
MENT.
The following vessels could ba nr r-Darad at a
few weeks' notice for service, being now io tbe
navai -reaay - state t
umeers aid Men.
. Tons.
3100
3300
3-200
1W
1W6
1607
B40
WHS
WW
18:48
Guds.
Steam frlaaU Colorado,
.400
.400
.400
13
Steam frigate M.rrimack.
Siaam frigate Minnesota..
Steam frigate Mississippi.
Frigate Bt. Lawrence
Frigat. Constitution
Uorvetta Germaotowo....
Oorvett. Juaeatoan
Oorvstt. Flymoath
IS
11
w
so
,4(1
S3
S
SS
..30
..300
..SCO
..3110
..sou
..sou
Total.
...3300
303
THE SQUADRONS.
Tub Home Fleet Commender-4-Chitf, Flag
Officer Prtndet out, This Squadron, theoretic
ally, bas lor its cruising ground tbe Atlantic
coast from Labrador to Florida, tbe Gulf ot MexL
00, tne Caribbean Sea, and the shores of South
America to the month of the Amazon; but
sioce tbe recent political complications, bas
been ordered to the coast of Florida exclusively,
and more recently to our own seaboard, exoept
tne luaceaooian aao another craft. The pres
ent atrengtn oi tne neei on tne coast is as lol
lows.
Flushln Cumberland..
Stum frigate Fowhattao
Steam corvette Brooklyn.....
Steam gunboat Mohawk
Steam gunboat Crusader
Steaaa gunboat Pocahontas...
Steam gunboat Pawnee
Steam gunboat Wjandotte....
Sailing frigate Sabine
Balling corvette St. Louis....
Sailing corvette German town.
Total
And two atoreihip.
....S513
13338
173
THE MbditesbanEAN Fleet Cmmnder-i.
Ckief, Flay-Offieer Bell. The ships of this
squadron oruiee in the Mediterranean sea, and
touch at all the chief porta of Southern Europe.
any uitwu snow tnr Amerioan nag. too. in
Egyptian harbors. Tba denot of the fleet u at
opezxia, wnere mere is a storehouse. Up to
last October, the gunboat Iroauoia was the nnl
'"ti io tne trail, unr aaaaaron ia nour aa
follows, the three steamers, according to ru-
iw, uaviog oeen oraerea Dome:
Offlcan snif hm. Tnm. nn.
Steam rrigate Susquehsnna 400 S4S0 17
.team gunooat iroquol .....ISO . 1UIS 6
Hates Savannah 300 1728 21
lal 890 S193 V?
The Parana Fleet. CammnJ u.ri;.t
fr mm . - -
a wy-ujuxr mosugomtrf. me facino squad
ron is employed oo the west coast of N. and
S. America, the 8andw!oh. Alaraueaaa and
Guano Islands. The head-quarters of tbe fleet
are norm at renama.and south at Valparaiso.
Tbe chief stopping places are Callao, Honolulu,
and a few smaller ports. Tbe Levant, Cor
vette, which left Honolulu in September, not
having since been beard of, is supposed to be
lost. -The fleet is ss annexed:
, t. OtSosrs and Men.
Flag ship t team -corvette Lanou-
tr 4?0
SieaoMr Baranae.... 933 -
aesaa gunboat Wyoming lit)
SmaaaianboatKarraaaneeU Mi .
Tons. Gnat.
(380
144S '
tw
60S
9i8
7jS
7368
Sloop St. Mary1 , 330
Bieopuyan. 817
Total
.1408
And two toreahlpa.
THE AraiOAN Flitt Commandr im.m.f
FU$ Officer Inn. The cruising quarters of
saw air icau neei ia witnia latituoe m deg.
north, and 18 deg south, and tbe adjacent ocean
on tbe coast ot Africa. Tbe stopping places
are Fernando Fo, Madeira, going out and re
turning, Porto Grande, St. Helena, Cabenda,
LUUe Fiah Bay aad St. Panl de Loando. Tbe
depots and storehouses used formerly to be at
Purto Praya, bat that being too far from the
tlavstradere' track, it was removed 1,500 miles
down south, almost to tbe mouth of tbe Congo
River, at St. Paul's. Tbe fleet, whleb ia said
to be ordered borne, Is, as follows t
Officers and Men.
Flag-'h'P corvette Constellation 330
Oorvett. Portsmouth..... Six)
Corvette Saratoga 300
Sleam-frigat. Ban Jacinto.... JiiO
Sine ganboat Moateaa (new) ISO
Steam ganboat Mjstio 00
S learn ganboat Sumter OS
ToUI ...1383
Officer! and Men. Tom. Onnt.
.....Wll 17JQ 4
....3-20 3415 io
....300 3000 SO
....100 4S0 4
....100 4U0 S
.... 00 350 4
....103 1200 S
....100 430 ' 4
..4.51:0 1730 50
....840 7t0 . 10
....300 BJU SS
Ton. Guns.
1300 83
1U3S Ss
eftt 30
1440 18
04 10
-JOO 6
400 8
8448 Tot
The East Indies Fust CemmandeMn Chief
FlapOffieer fffnttfieyr-The East Indies Fleet
crnise in tbe Seae of China and Japan. Toe
depot ia Hong Koog.but proviaiona and stores
are sometimes l.fl at other places. As It takes
about aix months for a veaael to get out, she
seldom remains tbere more than a year, exoept
when tbe exigencies of tbe service at borne, as
at present, for Instance, prevent tbe authorities
from relieving her when the specified term of
cruising (two years) expiree. Tbe present Com
mander-in-Chtef la a native of South Carolina,
but la so Intimately allied with Northern fami
lies that tbere ia no likelihood of bla resionine.
Ills sentiments of duty, too, would hardly admit
of such a course on his part. ' Wo subjoin a Hit
w tne squadron;
Offloertast Men. Toss. Quo,
flarshtptteaat-eomtt
8aitford... M0
Stumer BagUiav... laoi
Sailing-sloop John Adam 180
Steaat guaboat Dacoub lno
1,990
400
PliO
1,05
Total mm
And a storeehlp.
..708
4&T5
On SraciAL Sbevioe. The ships, tbe names
of which are subjoined, are employed on special
aervioei
Officer aad Hn.
Steata friratt Niagara.. ......... due
Frigate ConsUluti.a ... 400
BtaaoMr Mtehigaa . UO t
Tons.
' 4580
. 1607
4U0
Can
13
. o
1
' ' Total M 8587. 8
Tbe Niagara has gone home with tbe Japa
nese; tne constitution, (old Ironside,) baring
been thoroughly overhauled, at Portsmouth, N.
H., has been turned Into tbe midshipmen's
school ship, and ia now anchored In tbe stream
of tbe Annapolis Academy; and the Micht-
San baa just been commissioned for service on
ie Lakes. , m. '
OUR NEW STEAM NAVY.
Now that Crogrees has passed an aotauthor-
lxiog toe eonairucuoa or eevea dew. steamers,
It aaa sot be amies to state how the leal ones
added to the Navy turned ens. . Ia order to
take p as little room aa poesible, we will de
actio ths peculiarities in tabolar form, as fol
lOITSti ( ...I ''S Tili '.) ,t,i:.- ii'.-u V. :,
ij i ' .t -r- i-i; l -y?, 3 ,:,.:.:j f t -i-i 1
Where built.
...New.York
Bow turned oat,
.A complete tuo-
oess.
Iroquoli.....
....new xora......
.Tb. erack ship In
th strait,
Blcbmond
Daootah
Lancaster......
Paane....... ...
Wyoming
Hartford
Narragant.it...
Fensajola
Seminole. ......
Mohican
.Vorfolk ,
.Rolls heavily par
tial scccei
..Norfolk
Philadelphia..
.Philadelphia.,
.Phlladelphlil...
.Boston
Boll terrifically
a failure.
A partial failure.
A com pie. fail
ure. . Comparatively tuc
cestful.
A first olast ship.
..Notion.
rirt class.
Penaa'ia fc M'folk.Supposed to
be a
tal lure.
.Pensa'la fc N'folk A fallaie.
.Portsmouth Tho seoond beet
shin of clan
Saginaw
Gunboats.
Baa Frn:!sco A failure for war
purpose,
' Bam.
Brooklyn.,
REVENUE AND SURVEYING VESSELS.
We bavo not alluded in this artiole to any
vessels but those belonging lo tbe regular navy
Tbere Is quite a respectable fleet, so far asnum
bers are concerned, of ligbt-draft brigs, schoon
ers, and steamers, connected with tbe revenue
and surveying service, lying at the different
navy-yards, which would, no doubt, De'loond
useful and efficient as tenders.
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Total vraaln'a tnm lfiflA aorv niiv nm
Paid Claims by Death, 207, C50 UO ' .
raia roiicies sarrea -deri-il
.- Al 111 oa ...
Paid Salaries, Po.t- --
g. Taxes, Bx-
cbanve. to. ...... SI ItOrt SA '
Paid Commissions to ...
a ,4nt. ai .ia -4A ' Ml
Paid Physician' fees. S U6 73 '.' , )
Paid Annuities 1.517 00
Paid Dividends dur- '' - f
ln( th. jear 100,100 73 S05.091 (3 411,071 14
Ket Balance January 1st. 18C1 13.813,338 SB '
A83BIS. -
Oath on hand IS 6364 18 ' 2
Bonds and Mortgagee on Real
A4U1-, worm ooaoie tne
4mnnnl IntM... SWD4I M -
Premium Not, on Policies ' ' ' '
In force, onlydrawingSpor - -
eenu intereat 1 OTQ ma n
Real Esta a un 440.-1 on
Loeneon scrip..... S,tl3144 . " t '
Premiums, Notesand Cash. In .
cour.e or transmission.... 45.313 73 :
Total Aaset I181S.S54 SO
T,5T5 Policie in force, Insuring ttttrtiHi 038 a
i,ao new roncie nsve been Msaed during lb year.
After a earefnl ealnl.rlAn nf .- . . ..
- - - v. ,u v , nm va'n. t tne
onut.ndiog Policies of th. Company, and having tb
neotuiny amount in reserve merefor, th Dlreoton
have declared a Dmnnnof 43 percent, .nth. Pnmi-
u.u. t;..u uio vr, rates, 10 ail policies ror lif 1 fone. A"
Issued prior to J anuary I, lbOU, payabi aesordlaa to lit
present rale of the Company.
Batrsfor all tlndto' Lit Contingent Prrt-r)i
oie.,8utments, and Anpl cation, will be fornlsbed
WITBO0T CBASOB, at th OfflC Or Amaiae Ik. n.4 p I
pauy. . . 1 .
L. O. 0R0VBB, Vice frttldaat.
BKNJ. 0. MILLS R, Secretary. " TV- n
AA. JsV.Bfe.ESOy. jtW,' 1
, March 88, 1861. Colnmboa,0.
Oire Onuq a&. Bomtmem. JMtu-
4n Vonum4ion. ArswieYM, AtAn.
ma. and VaUtrrh. Vltar mef "
etrmpth to the tvtct vf ' , r
rUaSllo -fKAtmEHU,
sad siMetH. ... ;
few ar aware of th Importance of checking a Cough ,,
"Common Cold'1 la its first stare: that hb-h In 11.. '
beginning would yield to a mild renedy. If neglected,
wn et'acka the luuge "Mreum's trondUal 7ocAa '
cntalnlrg demulceut Ingredients, allay Pauaoaan aad
Bronchial IrriUUon. . , V ! 1 -" . 7
BROWN'S I "That troubl ia aar Throat, (for which 1
the'ZrvcAe ar a socolsVsihavlne h-a -
TROOBXB often a aera whisperer." -. - , J
. r. WILLIS. ;
BROWN'S "I recommend th.lt sua ta Psaue ataaa-. r
TROCHES - KBV I. OHAFIW. .
I "Hav proved extrewaly snriesaM far -BROWN'S
IHoaaMtsM.1! . ... ...-(, n.
REV. HENRT WBD BBCHtft--.-ra
''Almost instant relief in the dlMnaaloa
TR00HE9
labor of breatnlng peculiar ta Asmara. " : n
BROWN'S
KBV. A. O. aUOLaSTO!. -I
''Contain bo Opiusa av m, tains; tolaul '
TROCHES,
oua." Dat. A A. HATBa. s;.;
CkemUt, aaMS. - .
"A aimole and nlaaaaat "' .
BROWN'S
Cocaus, Ac."
TROCHES
11 a- U. V. BIBBLOW,
BROWN'S
"Beneficial In BaoMcmrri " '
. ., ;;,;it..f.iff;.tsiti;
H! have proved them axMlarat S v.!
TR0CI7KJ,
IBOWN'S
uso GouaH,'. .. - .. - - .
. BIV. H. W. WABKBH,
TBOCHBS
"Beneficial when oosinallaA tm
BROWN'S
tering rrom uold." , . .
aav, B. r. J. AMPBBBOSV "
--It itult
"IrrBtrrOAL In reennvl.e " - .
TROCHES
BROWN'B
Irritation af theThr at, tMLwew wt fei
Sraalltujand Bltwaas." " v.tl
TROCHB
.: , Prof. erACT JOHBSON tt.t
la (rrmtmtm, 04.,' It
., TeMheref M,ie,aoU4e
- feaule Calia . w
BROWN'B
TBOCHBS
Sreetbsatat when taswabSakXvad aftaw n
BROWN'S
preaoblog.aa Ihf prevent Hearsiata. Fraa' '
their S'ee, I thtah the wUlkf rM
IROOHBS
Buaatadvantaf. t .. -., v
: . BKV. sj. ROWLBT. A- a., : w
., Preaideut at Atheu Oalttga, Tan.
.! Lg
BROWN'S
IROOHBS
TPPRaM Wv all i.nhh ejnwwaiirw.
I , f 1VI CANTS A BOX JTl ..;,. .. t
ROBERTS It SAMGBb. 4 . --
4 ' : - Drorelst. North Hl(n ttrteU' "
' 1 B. I. RAMUkL fc CO.. "u,w"H'r.-!
- ' I " : ' 8 South High strtat, Oalaabtvs, 0. : '
mar7-deod1a 1
1 ' BG.1HI KfHa.H. '
flat of fhaton's Bstabllshaenl, V. T.,) ffrMjor '.
me new tun aanuitinaoie nnavicg,. itiir i prig
Shunpooning, Oorling and Dremn Sa't ..,1. ft .':
treat, over the. Pott Otur-a, wiime .. '....u ,i .
be given In all th variuu branr're. Lt' A siiii
Children'! Half P resiling dun la, tba bast tu ,
jyM-dir - ...

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