YOL: VII. M 275; NEW- SERIE8:r":;,:: .COLUMBUS. OHIO, THURSDAY EVENING. APRIL 25. 1861.
SIX DOLLARS FEB YXA&'
Inrarlably In Adrtno J
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DAILY. TEI-WEIKLY A3STD WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBLISH B8 AND PEOPBIEIOBI.
ICTOfflo o. 38, 83 Dd 49, north Elgh St.
VJCKUS I-VAEIABLV IN ADVANOB - '
Dally $6 00 per year.
By tla Carrier, per week, 12 eentt.
trl-WsjV)y i , - 8 00 per ytr.
Weekly . - ' 1 00
cri nC iLdvertiklnK by tUo Square.
nt jqmte 1 yen . . ,20 00
One " i i0).lh 10 00
ne " 0 months 19 00
o " motitba 10 IK)
Jn- - U.monUit, ii Ml
One " ) mui.va. .S 00
One iqanre 3 weeki.
One " S ireislu.
One " 1 week. ,
One ' " 3dyi..
One " 1 lutertioo 50
I)li.yea Mlvaf'.lHmenti half more thn (he above
mt!s. ' '
Advertlaointnti' latded kid- pieced n the column Of
gnerinl Sotloee," dtmblt th oriUntuy rli.
All aut!cerqulre. to be published by law, lc(ta'lrtei
If ordered on the lnaldeexcluively af'rr the lint week
per cen: enor th&n the above ratee; bntaUauchwil
ippear in the I'rl-Wookly without charpe.
Bucltiess Oanla, notezeeeding five linei, per yeal, In-
de, $2 50 par linei outside t'i.
Notices of nice tlugs, charitable ooletlee, lire oompanlee,
kc, half prte.
AUtranitt adwrHtmvtnU mutt b paid for in
jdvitnct Tie rule will not be varied from.
Weekly, same price as the Daily, where the advertlnei
lesthe Weekly alone. Where lie Dally end Weekly
re both used, then the charge Urtho Weekly will be
a .If therateaof the Daily '
No advertisement tHkeo except lor a aennue penoa.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring- 6c Water 8t.
w. b; roTTS & oo.,
And Manufaeturera of Bran and Oomposltlon OaaUngs,
r iniahtd Braea Work of all Deacriptionl.
Electro Plating and Gilding!!
F. A. B. .8IMKD.3, .
Attorney at Xmzvbv.
AND NOTARY PUBLIC. .
i . :-
Office Anion Uulldlng, opposite Capitol Square.
Machine Maniifacturing Coiapasy
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
CJtlsge, KlU-Oearlng, Kaehlmry.
" ' OT IVUT nisournoM.
' v';J' ' . colonists, omo'. '
0HA8. aMbOS, Bop'C. P. AiIB08,.Treu.
teen, itae-tf . ;,
in rs. i 1 ... t
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton & Indianapolii!
Through to lndiaoaoolis without Cbango of Cars
and but Oqo Change of Care betweca
Coluoibui and Si. Louis.
three trau?s daily from c0lum-
: . ". bus., , , .
(Dl!y, Monday! excepted.)
NIGHT KXPKK88, via Uaytuii, at 8:45 a. n.,ttnp
plug at l.or.don, Xe.iia, Uaynu, bliddletown and Ilamll
toD.arrlviD(tatCloclntntlat8:!0a. m ; Dayton atS ii
a. m., IndiaaopolU at 10. 4d a m.;ct. Louuiat 11 50
ACCOMMODATION. at tl:la. etopplng at all Bta
tioni between Colunibna and Cincianati and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati 1 1:04 a. m., Dayton at 0: IS a. m.,
Indlanopo'.la af 2;2H p. a-.
,i -u THIRD TRAIN. '-i.. ...
DAY EXPBK63, .t :3(l p. in., etopplng at Alton,
Jetlenon, London. Obarieiton, Gedarville, Xenia.
Spring Valley. Corwln, Morrow. - DeerBeld. Foater'a.
Loveland. Millfordand ilainvilie, arrivli g at Clncln
aatl at 7:20 pi m l 8t. LouU at lii m; Dayton at t'33 p.
B.; Indianupoliot 10:3B p. m.
Bleeplngr Car n all Niirlit Tralna to
Ciucinntatl and ladluuapolli.
BAGGAGE cnECKCD THKOt'GH.
For farther Information and Through Ticket apply to
, . - ; Ii. U. UUIIKU1 Y,
Ticket Agent. ClIod Depot. O ilumhni. Ohio.
, JS. W. WOODWAKD, .
JNO. W. D0UKRTY
Jul3 Mil. -i ' Ageut, Ooluinbui,
HOW ARD & CO!
CALL. AT NO. 83, SOUTH HIGH ST.,
and examine our new make of ",.,; -.
AM ER I C A N WATCH ES,
Bannfactured by E. HOWARD a CO , Boiton. Han.
Iheae Wairhe are far euperior to anything ever offend
to the publlo, bereto'ort., Havlcg tli exatuam agency,
lean tell them at pricea to eult I ho timei. I have jud
rtoelved a large itoek f J.,r. ;. - j-. '.J', , v.
aanufaoturtd by APPLET0N, TEACT, ft CO I alio, a
ftMuaortmeotof 'j u- i
EnOLIMI AND 8WIS8 WATCHES,
in Gold and BilverCuei, at Paolo prleef..-r .
JanSS W. J. AVA0.
Jurt ReeelTfldl , ,
1AA J?"- CH 'KEEN and BLACK
1UVI WfcA lOO bago prime Rio Conte.
15' poekeUoW Doton Government Java Ooffae.
1 5 bag Ceyloa Coffee.
20ObbU. eiandard White Bog.n, eonalitlng of Tow
dred, 0hruahed,'Qranulate4 AandBOolIee.i
M) oulniali George Buik Oodflih. '. .
,20 bblt. Mere and No. 1 Uackerat,
6 tee. Plok Salmon. m . , ;. ,.
lOO bx. Layer Baialnf.
OO nt. box ao oo
inn or. box do da i
lOO M Oigare, different brendj and gradet. "" 1 ''
ova7 WM. McDOlf AID.
4 M. C. LILLE Y
And Elank'Book UanoiSntorer, .
HOBTH ElOH ITBSET, COLDMBDl, 0310
rrrniTK whbat, nn&riDuut ,
f raai "BameUMUlK" Bpringleld.O. the beet brand of
Vluarbrounht to our marnei. eathiaction guaranuMO
Per eale only at ', vn-WM, HaDOK ALD'r),
ot7 - IOB Sooth High ttreet. -
ALEXANltHLat K1U GLOVi.. .. .
All alaee tad eolore Jnit opened at . .-. . BAINI, i
4ee.ll. . in,.,.! Jo. Itti South High ttmt
Scrofula, or'ffirio Evil
is n constitutional diieaatf, acdrruptiort of tha
uiood, by wtuca;uui. ama uecpnici vitiated,
weak, mid poor. , Vetnor iii the cuculation. it
pervndca th6 whole hody,' and tnsy burat ouc
m aica on any part oi it T4a organ is free
from ita attacks, nor is there one which it may
not destroy. The scrofulous taint is variously
caused by mercurial disease, lew living, dis
ordered or unhealthy food, impure" air, filth
nnd filthy habits, the doDreins! vices, and.
nbovc all, by the venereal infection. What
ever be its oiitnn, it. is hereditary in the con.
Etitution, descending ',' from parents to children
unto the third and fourth generation i indeed,
it seems to be the rod of Him Vho5ay,: I
wiu visit ma uuriuiticft ot mo lutliera? upon
' Its effects commence tor denoaition'rom the
blood of corrupt Or ulcerous matter, wlrioh, in
tne iung, iivor, ana internal organs, m termed
tubercles i in tho glands, aweljUnge; and on
in suriuce, eruptions or sores, ihu foul cor
ruption, which genders in the blood, depresses
the energies of life, so tlMitacrofulotis,constitu.
uons not only suffer' from scrofulous com.
pluints, but they hiwo fltr less power to with'
Binna mo outieKs or otlicr aiscosesl conse
quently vast numbers perish by;:diarder
which, nuuaiigii not scrofulous m their nature'.
arc still rendered fatal, by this taint in the
system. Most of tho consumntion which de
cimates the human fumily lias its origin direotly
in this scrofulous contamination ( and many
.1,,. ... .1! r .1 , , i .
uusviukiivu uiseum-s oi tne liver, itiuneys, Oram,
nnd, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or
mo ngrmivatea by tlie Some cause.
One quarter of all our people are scrofulous,
their persons are invaded" by this lurking in
fection, and their health is- undermined bv it.
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
tne biooci by an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate it by healthy food and exercise.
bud; a medicine wo supply in
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical
skill of our times can devise ' for this every
where prevailing and fatal malady. It is com
bined from the most active remedials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from tne blood, and thn rescue of the
system from its destructive conscauences.
Hence it should be employed for the cure of
not only bcrotula, but also those other affec
tions which arise from it, such as Ehuptivb
no,. Skin Diseases, St. , Anthony s Fiiie,
Hose, or Erysipelas, Pimpi.rs, PustvS.
Br.OTciii!3, Bi.ains and Bon.s, Tumors, Tettbb
and bAl.r Kiievx, Scald- Head, IIinowoUk,
Hiikumatiku, Sypiiimtic and Mercurial Dm
eases, Dropsy, Dyspepsia. Deiiility. and.
indeed, all Complaints arising fiioh. Vitia
ted on Impure Blood.- Tho popular belief
m iwpwily of the blood " is founded m trttll,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose and virtue of this Sarsapa
rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without wiiich sound health is impossible in
Ague Cure j
FOR TUB SPEEDY CURB Or , .': ,
Intermittent Fever, or Fever andtgut,
Remittent Fewer, Chill Fever, Dumb
A(iie, Periodical llendache, or BUIona
Headache, and Billon. Fevers, Indeed
for the whole clnas of dlseaaea originat
ing in biliary derangement, cauaed ljr
the Malaria of Sllasmatla Countries- ;
We are enabled here to 6ffer the community a
remedy which, while ft cures the above complaints
with certainty, is still perfectly uurmless In any
quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable m dwtricta
where these afllicting Uiaorders prevail, r This
"Cuhk" expels the miasmatic poison of Fever
and Aot'B from the system, and prevents the de-
proocli of its p
tneoisease, lr taken on the Urst an-
premunitorvtrmDtoms. Itianot onlv
tlie best remedy ever yet discovered for this class
of complaints, but alao the cheapest. The large
quantity we supply ior a donar urines n wiinin tne
reach of every body ; and in bilious districts, where
Fever and Aoub prevails, every body -should
have it and nse it freely both for cure and protec
tion. A great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and certain
cure of Intermittents is that it contains no Quinine
or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
other injurious effects whatever upon the constitu
tion. 'I hose cured by it are left as healthy as if
they had never had tlie disease. - -
I ever and Ague is not alone the consequence of
the miasmatio poison. . A great variety of ditorV
uera anse iium ii iintaiion, among naicn are
tieurobiti. Rheumatism, Cottf, Headache, Blind
ness, looiiuwM, naracM, uatarrn. Asthma, J'al
pitation. Painful Affection of tin Spleen, llytttr
ics, Pain in tne Bowels, t'olio, Paralysis and De
rangement of the Stomach, all of which, when
originating in this cause, put on the tntermttoruV
tfpe, or become periodical. This " Curb " expels
the poison from the blood, and consequently cures
them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to
immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing in the malarious districts. If taken occa
sionally or daily while exposed to the Infection,
that will be excreted from the system, and cannot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into di.
ease. Hence it is even more valuable for protec
tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from Inter
mittents if thev avail themselves of the protection
this remedy affords.
Prepared by Or. J. 0. AYES & CO., Lowell, kasi.
Mia.s ft . 4iuu . LOlamoiu, '
Atd bv Draggtftaand Dealers everywhere. -
oovthlyd.iwfte - .i','.
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT, 'V
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
. Nowarlc, J. Jr. i'u
DlTldend January I 186 1 1 45 Per Cent.
ASN.' ..vr lttMMC.
r Statement January , I88l' xi-'.'
Balance, per statement Ja. 1st, 1B0O 3,406,58) JO
Recti. id for Preniams dur
ing the )er 10 1703 033 55
Received for Interest during , 0:.-A Tf 'Jul
the year 1800 tit 014 19 M.
i i - - i -BlUi'iiy,:
Total reeelD's for 18G0....t977.un7 7t .il'lMH
Paid C tains by Dealh,9G7,050 00 -.
rata ronoies inricn- ..
dcrd 41.111 89 '
Paid ralaries, Po t-
age. Taxes, Ex-
change, c 31, CM 54
Paid OoomUslons to S
Aaenu 51.1?5 30
Paid Physloisne' fees. 5 VtW T 1
Paid Annultlei 1,917 00"
Paid Dividends dur- "
Ing the jear 100 SOD 78 105,091 03
i .''; i
h'r. $. ;
.0(,l I ,
Net Balance January 1st. IFWli.
Csihon bsnd.. -10,028110 .-'0,:i,
uonasana aionpgeson iteaiin, ,ftSi,.,l .J
jcstste, worth Double the u
amunnS loanad 1SWWI M
rrem.nm notes, on roiuics (.,,
In fnn An I rfn.ln. A , ...
IJUlff 3l i
V r"l I .
cent. Interest. 179 P64 17
Real Kstae . 90R93 97
LosnsonCerip... ...... .-.Ml i, :,031 44
Premiums. Motes and Cash, la , . w
coartsef transmlssloa...a i .41 313 73
Total Assets i
3 813.55ft 00
7i8T8 Pol'eies la fores, buartoc tditaA38
1,435 new Polities hire been tssaed during the year. -
-After a careful calculation of tbe present va'tie of the
outstanding Poretesof the Combanv.and havlr.e the
nsoveeary amount lo reserve therefor, the Dlieeiort
..wmi Drvinesnof 4S percent, oo the Preml
.I,.5i5.til.u," niUl 'l PHles for lite io force.
r."r.ry:'."Tu"y tBoo.vayahnacejrdlng to the
T R.bafnr .Ti-Tuirvaw ,inl-r.--I'H
. i,;" wie uonttngereies. rrrsps
kits Oonllngereies, Prrspect
l,Dl4,Un.., Mill tt.ikl.l-,
--.., . -,n..,. aaa a nl eaUtma. Mil ,lw. IhukhM
waaonx a.s. at Ut. 0fflc, AgToI,;;
; ,V BOBTs T PAT1Ban.-iai
.',V Me as. asfefvaoN. jj
March 88. 1801.
i . . , . i. .Oviui-h... n.
Kunavnav BHi-;tIT-T1V3 iilek
-"- ,- wniiia. a ae-neeiebraltd makee.
DOW Offered In aru!..t .1 ,. .
i - row pnoee
'rrllJ; Ke. Wleaiafilxhstre.
' STONE'S BAZAAR.
N'o.,4:, GhvvnnQ , Block.'
VaV,?. STONE S: O'HaRKA ;v
A BRSTOW KBCEIVlNGTHElB tVIJf-
ex. tb oouue, and invite ihe public to Inipect
then- Ne such atflek nf Goods has ever been brought to
1V.I. - . . a .. . . . . - .
uiHiwui.' &bv own, in oonerqueoee or trie rttiure
of ihe grain crop, has not been able to purchase the as
aal4antlly of rich goods, and this faci has lorced tbe
Importers to sell them at publlo auotlon. Oar buyer
vr. iwijij oeia( id new tors at inese Urge sates, took
'dvaouwe of them, and we can and will soil our goods
hare, at lets than any one whopuruhiied iwo weekssince,
pwi rurmem m new xora. our stock U complete iu
every department of
ELEGANT DRES3 SILK3, ., '
1J' OTTOMAN VELOURS.
i ."....'. BROCHE VALENCIAS.
lu. 1. M!
V, f ANCT WOVEN- FABRICS. , , '
: . ALL WOOL DELAINES,
"' POPLINS, PRINT3,
', ;,. DELAINES.
SljAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Tm Thausand Dollars Worth
' 1 Bought in One Day,
At arte halt tbe Coat of Intpottatlon.
7 I .
in nil Varieties, of tbe Celebrated
jnanafatnre at C. O. Gun
there 4c Son.
Men's, Ladies sad Children's Coder ghlrts and Drawers;
uKim. miuoaana uuimren s iiosiery or all Kinds, In
Wool and Lamb's Wool: Pleecv Lined and Cotton Oiovee
oi every auxo.
" . . ii ,
, : - ALSO
A oemplete assortment of all tbe unnal varie
tiei of i ' . .
: ! ' ' CAS3IMERES,
' ; . TWRRDS.
! . RDJBONS,
; ; ' ' ; . DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladiet andGent'i Linen Cambric Hand-
, kercbJe'i, Ac, &o.
To persons who eall en aa. we n!elr on, wnni. t.
show tbea the largest, best and eheapest stock of Goods
ever aeou in into saantet, or pay them one djllar per
eavesta- wuia; ivvai'tj e -
oeci-uystawitw. . BTOria as O'llsBrlA
OUT Qottah 'Co'd. Boartenn. Iltti.
; ns, any Iritat'on or Sorenee of the
Ikroai. fatten the Havking umpA
n Oontumto. BronhtltU, Aetha
. wws, and Vatnrr. Clear and give
. J?Uall.tu SPEAKERS,
"saaew-..., .. ana siNbLHIl,
Pew art twsre of Ihe Importance of check Inr a Conch
OT "Common Cold" in its tratetage; that which in Ihe
beginning wonid yield 10 a mild reniedv. If nnloierl
soon attaeke the lunge - "brown's Bronchial Trochtt '
oontalniig demoleent Ingredients, allay Pulmonary and
ru ocniai imiauon.
"That tronble in mv Throat. (t.r m.i,
the 'TroeAe' are a ipeclflo) havlne made n.
oiien a mere wnuperer. '
n . e. Willis.
"I recommend their ate to Poblio ui
" - ' RRV E. CflAPTW.
"Have Proved extreeielv eenricnhln in.
RRV. HbnRT WARD VERORGR
"Almost Instant relief in the dl.irM.in
ibwwi HnunuR .cuiuir to ArrnKI."
HEV. A. O. BOOLtSrOX.
''Ooatala as Opium or ao thing Inlurl
oos." . Dft. A A. 11AYB4.
'"A slmnle and pleasant combine tmn fn.
. ' ' ' t
Da. a. 1. BlfJELOW,
' : JSosfon.
"BeneSeial In BaoncruT S "
LB. J. P. W. LANK,
. . Boston,
'J have proved tbem excellent for Wmo.
BIT. H. W. W ARIES,
"Bene&ctil when eomnelled ta erw,.i ...i.
ring frota Cold."
- JkV.. r. J.ANDKRSOV,
MNraoTVAl la removinr Iloaraenu. .mi
frritatlun of the Thr at, so com.oa Wl;h
srxAxxas ana Bixeias."
Prof. et'AOT JOHNSON.
La Orange, 6a.,
Teacher of Music, southern
"Great benefit when taken before and after
preaching, ae they prevent Iloarseneie. Prom
their put effect, I thiol they will be of per
manent advantage to me ,"
President ot Athens Oolltge, Tenn.
JTSold try all Druggists at TWINTY-
riva uan rs a lUi Jir
BOBIBT8 BAM OR L.
i i . . DwrauHs, S4 North nigh street.
..., ii , V. M. SAMUali a CO..
. 'i ; r Boau Align street, Uolumbos, O.
asar7-deodla . .
Spring guinrner ' Millinery.
The Stoolfi Replenished
' v.- - i, . ' - .
FBOat LATEST 19IPOBTATIUNS OF
NEW T ORK.
MY STOCK OP
Opting & Summer Millinery
Is bow complete, comprising every variety el Mlllln
try; alto, a large auortaent of Kmbroldtiirs, Iloslsrj
and MoUoss. fco , and In quantities and prices that can
Dot mil te oJt.elliho msy favor ns with a call. The
good have beea botght at Panle prleei, and will be sold
atasaaU adraaeeanoosl.! .
Miit kE. Y0UNO, late of New York City,
will snpsrlntsnd tae Millinery Department. Her loeg
experience la the asoat Pashlonable Bttablithnisnt In
Broadway will alone be a warranty that she will be able
to fre entire eaiiifaetion ta snatttrs of taste to all who
auy taror bar wllh their orders.
The Lavltes of Oolnmbos and vicloily will please so
cepttny slnesre thanks for their liberal patronage, and
wwilvt rerpKUully solicit a conllnoance of the same.
);te9 East Tewsx St., Celnmbus, o.
THH STJBSCRIBliJHS. DEALING IU
at Staale Article, win hn.i.k ..ni.....i
few active men to aet ae agente for their houte. A
2'i,!-CJr "I begtveo to those who are well acquaint-
MtaiMgej tvw wnnn uiVJ apply e
if whrci. mTiai Xhjn vlUlog to pj nil ry
of iroiet v '
par year, and Sxpontet.
ror rartber particulars sddreM
Ji nisi ! i w. . UAmnnmsV m
v!aX jrti i
, ja30-d3m. '; 1
1 and 5, Ixchsnce Plaee, ;
Jersey City, N. J.
ITA or Skgwt aaallaee let Ladies; also, Mlsees' Mitta
great vaoetl t,
. A'w I
rBfRl.t.lwT Ott WATER. PHOOP
1 OLOaX CLQIHS. also, ether awtee if Bprlng
v"-. vioini, id an eeeiraeie muiittrvs oinamrs, xss
sels and Battens to Btakh. ' BAIN tt tOX, ,
l.W!?? J ' He. t9 South HljhstreeU
Tni OBIO STAttSBA. STBAM.L
DOOK AKD JOB
I. PRIltllKa ESTABLISHMENT .
i ;.!.,. , i L -i , ' '
. ..! .
r ,f ' . ..
naTlng Increaod tts already
: I " - ' -- ' .t '
Is faUjr prepared t execute la tat
;eVi . ;. . .
MOST ELABORATE JMANNER,
THE LATEST STYLES,
B.XL HEADS, ,
And every description of
LETTER PRESS PRINTING,
Equal to any Sstahbhaicnt In the State, and ttpon
terms which will compare favorably with the
leading Eastern Printing Houses.
Havine very Facility to aid TTm
in Tnt pRODtronoN or
ELEa ANT POSTERS
We offer our services to all who jnay desire thai class
We haveicormected with OBjSSsUUlAbjaeat a
BLANK BOOK BINDERY,
Proa which we produce Use
JPltXGmt X31AXI1S. "K7"orlx.
AND THI HOST
8TJPERB BAIL KOAJJ BLASZ BOOKS.
Is admitted to be
t fflS MOST
COMPLETE IN FACILITIES,
AMD TBS MOST
In this City,
l.i lit V..
and we may add,
r I Jv
WE WILL FAVORABLY COMPABE
, , WITH ART . .,, . i( j ,
t... !,i m',
Printing; Henee la Oie West.
i '3.4 v- ' '' '';,- .
RICHARD i KEVINS, ,
,1 .!' ;H
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS
Tne roLlovr ing changes were
saada tn the the o (Boers of this Bank, January Svth.
1881, te wlti Wat, A- Platt, Presideat, n TWeMaS
Moodib, Cs'hhr, resigned their erooee.i Oastis) Tavtem.
sq. , was thea eleote Presideat and Waj. AV Paatt a
poin'ea UMtiier. , ,,,,,(
Reantarsf IhA BoArl at Dtrefltan. 1 '
,Wb4,W9el-dt. W. A. PLAIT,
Dally, per rear.
Trt Weakly, per far. .
nee xi. per yea,
The Star Spangled Banner.
ear, ess you tee, by diwn'a early light.
What eo proudly we balled, at ihe twilight's last gleam
Whose broid stripes and brlghttars, through'the peril
ous Sgh', i
O'er tt e ramparls we watched, were so gallantly stream-
And the rkets' red glare, the boohs bursting o air,
Qeve proof through the night that our flag wai still there:
O sav. does that fUr toanaled Bannar vet a eve
O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave 1
On that shore, dimly seen through the mists of the deep,
Where the foe's hiughty hostiu drd silence reposes,
nui te inai wmcn ine orecae, o er tne lower ng steep,
Ae It fitfully blows, now coi.ceals now dlsiloe?
Now it catohes the glean of Ihe morning's first beam,
In fall glory refleo ed now shines io the stream:
'T la the Star r pangle I Banner; O, long may it wave
O'er tbe land of the free and the home ot tbe brarel
And where are the foes who to vauotlngly swore
That the havoo ol war, and the batt'e's coofuilon,
A home and a country should leave ua no more?
Their bood has washed out their foul footsteps' pol
lution: No refuse onulj save the hireling and stave
Prom the terror of fllht. or the gtoem of the gravel
And ihe Star Spangled Banner la trlamph doth wave
O'er the land of ihe free and the home of the bratel
I. II. IV.
0 thus be It ever, when freemen shall stand '
Between uieir loved homes and the war's desolation
Bltstwith victory and peace, may the beav'n-rescued
Praise the power that hath Bvds and preserved uia
Then eonquer wo must, when our cause It is Jnst, .
And this be our motto, "In Qod Is our trust,"
And tne rtar spangled Burner in trlnmph shall wave
O'er the land of tbe free and ths home of the braver
[Correspondence of the Buffalo (N. Y.) Courier.]
Explosion an Oil Well—Terrible Loss of
Life—Frightful Scenes—Immense Destruction
of Property—Eighteen Dead and Missing,
between Thirty and Forty Seriously
TIDIOUTE, Penn., Thursday, April 18.
On tbe Buchanan Farm. Warrnn
Peon , seventeen miles from Tidioute, where a
large number of oil wells have been sunk,
within tbe pst four months, with great success,
on Wednesday last occurred me of the
moat fritrhtful accidents that it has ever been
the province of a newspaper to record. The
telegraph baa furnished a skeleton of the an
oldeot, but the details have not yet been made
A well Which b id been drilled over tarn hnn
dred feet by Hawley A Merrick, bad struck oil.
bat tbe Jie'd btlng lees than ezpecttd, tbe j
pumping was abandoned and drilling; rtcom-
menoea. user one nunarea ipet further
aruiea, when at bait o&st five on Wednesday
evening, a sudden rush of oil through tbe five
inoh and a bair tubing threw out the diills and
gushed up in tbe air forty feet above the surface
of tbe ground. At tbe least comoutatioo, it was
tnrowiog irom seventy to one hundred barrels
ao hour. Above this mass of oil, i be g as of
ornztne roBe id a cioua, lor nity or sixty feet.
At soon aa tbe oil commenced tnhins forth.
all tbe Area of engines is tbe neighborhood were
mmeaiaieiv tX'.lDguUtied At about half nat
tevtn, as a large number of men and boys were
aiuuuu tne wen, cngauea in saving tbe oil, tbe
gasirom toe weu.wnioo Dad spread in every di
recttoo, tots; are, Irom the engine of a well
ever four buadred rods distant, ewheo in a e to
on a me wnoie air wat tn a flame, with a crash
anu rvar iiae oiscnarges irom a patK of ar
Cillery . ,
At toon aa tbe rss took fire, the head nf the
jet of oil waa in a furious blaie, and falling like
water iruui a lonntain over a space one noudred
feet Id diameter, each drop came down a blag
Ing gltbe of boiling oil. instantly tbe ground
was a utme, increased and ausmented bv the
tailing oil. At once a scene of lideeonbable
horror took ptaco. Scores were thrown fist, and
ior a aistaoce of twenty teet, and numbers bor
ribly burned, rushing bUz ng from the bell of
uiinuriuue, soritBiijs ana aoreamimr in their an
Just within tbe oircle of the flime could be
teen lour bodies boiling io the aeethmg oil, and
one man, who had been digging at a ditch to con -vej
away tbejil to a lower part of the ground,
was aiueu aa ne uug, ana couia De seen, as be
fell over tbe handle of the spade, roasting in tbe
fierce element. Mr. H. R. Rouse, ol the firm
ot Rouse, Mitchell & B.uwn, of the village o
nuicrprwts, vv airen county, a gentleman lirgely
interested in wells in this locality, and whose
income Irom them amounted to 11. 001) a das.
wm standing near the pit acd waa .blown twenty
feet by vbe eiploeioo. He got up and ran about
ten or fifteen teet lurtber, aud was dragged out
by iwo men, and convened to a ahauty somadis
lanoeirom ids wen. wnen he arrived, not a
vestige of olotbing waa lelt upon Dim except
blsstocklugs and boots. Hit bair waa burned
off, aa well as bis fiuger nails, bis ears aud hie
ejeiids, while tbe ball ol bla eyes were crisped
np tonothlngcesi. . .
lo tnu couuuiufl he lived nine boors made
his will, leanug $100,000 to the pour ot Warren
county; tbe earne amount to tepir the roadi of
warreo count to oe oubuiaed by the Gounty
Commisaionets, and $500 a year to hit father
bia only living relaiwu tor life. He died,
however, wiloout aigning tbe will His body
waa taken on Friday to Weg fielJ, Chauuuque
oouoty, and buried, aa he requested, by tbe tide
of bla mother. .
Io addition to Mr. Route, the following were
taken out of tbe fl mta dead t
Two Messes. Walker, brothers, of Clarion
county, Penn. .. ,
Wesley Skinner, engineer of Dobb't well,
from Watttburg, Pa. . t
A man named Stevens, from Cattarangat
county, New York. - . v , .
A Mr. Judd Mason, resldeooe unknown.
A boy named Albert Gardner, from Miohl-
. . - . .... :
. i be above were reeognued. la addition, there
ara tbe skeletons of fire other visible within
tbe clrole of flame, and as many are miaaioK
strangers, woo came to witness ine operations
ot tbe wells. It ia supposed that a number of
otbera have been burned to a powder, close by
tne moutn oi toe wen. i
Some thirty-lour were wounded. , '.:
At tbe tlmeof the explosion, everything io the
neighborhood aiity or aevanty rodt took fire,
and ehaoiUa, derricks, engine-housee, dwelling?,
wereetODoeinromaio names. i ne boiler of
Dobb'a welL eigbij rod, irom tbe original fire.
blew np with a tremendous explosion, killing
Instantly the engioeer, Wesley Skinner, adding
another intensity to tne eveniou'e horrors At
this time the whole air waa on flre. The Jet of
on ruehing up lorty teet waa almost a ptliar o
lisid name, wmie tbe gaa above it to the dis
tance ot a hundred feet waa flubing, exploding,
daabina toward the heavens, and aistrentlv
licking the clouds with it lurioat toogues of
beat. All this time, during tbl, tremeodouai
embuaiioo, tbe aounda of the explosions and
burnings were ao tremendous and oontinuons,
that tbey could be compared to nothing but the
rushing of hurricane or tornado tbrongh a
forest. Tbe heat of the fire was so iownse that
no one could approaoh within ISO feet without
scorching their tkio or garments. It was the
most frightful, and yet the grandest pyroteobi
nieal display ever vour bsaled to a human be
ing. , v- , v i .',(,., I
On Friday morniog the oil waa still rusblog
up, on fire, with tbe same regularity and speed,
throwing, it waa calculated, at least 100 barrels
an boar, covering an immense space with flam
log oil a Iocs to the proprietors of the wail of
from $2v),()00 to $25,000 dally.. Ne human
power can extinguish the flamee. and the oil
must bum on until th well la exhausted. No,
pea can describe its fieroentaa no tongue de-'
scribe tbe magnitude of ita horrors, , -L ., ,
The following wells, with machinery, were
, . i.i. .... .UH.&H.iHd. i . . j i
earneu, witu suw owwui)nuiiius) wa'iuiavov, guia ,
i Vyadsworth't wall,. 3UU bwrla dally. , 1 1 . ) tn
Dobb'e well. 850 barrels dally.
QVao Aodtn'i well, 100 barrel! daily.
T. Moilin'well. 250 barrels dillv.
' Havley & Merrick'a well, about 2,500 barrels
To fhis, awful aa it It to believe, Tbe CI eve
lsnrt Plain Dealer adds this confirmation:
We yesterday met with a gentleman direct
from the Buchanan Farm, Pennsylvunla. fie
aaji tbe telegraph baa not, nor can not, exag
gerate the accoubt of tbe burning wells on that
farm. Wben he left, which was on Fiiday last,
they were etill In a Mate, the flimes from some
ot them reaohing fifty feet id height. Tbe gas
cxpioeion was terriDie, tuning nueen and fatal
I? wouDdine msDT more.
Thousands of spectators visit the scene every
day. It seems tbe earth ii really on fire. aLd
us elements about to melt with fervent beat
Bulwer on Matrimony—The Sacredness of
From an interesting lecture recently deliv
ered by Sir E. L. Balwer, the novelist, we ex
tract tbe following passage:
the law tbat binds one man to one wo
man is so indelibly written by nature tbat,
whenever it is violated In general system, tbe
ouman race is louud to deteriorate lu mind and
form. The ennobling influence of woman
ceases; one wife is a companion a hundred
wives are bat a hundred slaves. Nor is this all:
unless man look to woman as a treasure to be
wooed and won her smile tbe charm of bis ex
istence ber sinele heart the rane-e of his de
sires that wbioh deserves the name of lefe
otunot exist, is struck out of tbe healthful sys
tem ot society. Now, if there be a passion in
the human breast which most tends to lite us
out of egotism and aelf wbioh most tcaohts
os to live in another which purifies and warms
the whole moral being it is love, as we ot the
north hold it and cherish it. For even when
tbe fair serins: of vouth baa nassed. and
when the active life is employed io such grave
pursuits that the love of bis early Tears
aeems to him like a dream of romance,
still that love, having once lifted him out ot
egotism, into sympathy, dues but pass into new
forms and development it has unlocked bis
heart to charity aud benevolence it sivet a
smile to his home it rises up in the etes of
his children-from his heart it circulates insen
sibly on tbe laws tbat protect the hearth to tbe
native laud that spreads aronod It. Thus, in I
tbe uniform blstory of the world, we discover
mat wnorever love is created, as it were, and
sanctioned by tbat equality between the sexes
which tbe permanent and holy anion of one
heart with another proclaims, there, too. patri
otism, liberty, the manly acd the gentle virtues
also find their place; and wherever, on the
contrary, polygamy ia practiced, and lave dis
appears In tbe gross satiety of tbe aerf-i, there
we find neither respect for humanitv1' rever
eiiOe for borne, nor affrotlon for the .''f'.oil.
And one reason why Greece so con, .-.ad in
all tbat dignifies our nature with tbetffeminate
and. dissolute character of the Etar, which it
overthrew, is tbat Greece was the earliest civ
ilised couLtry in wbich, oo tbe borders of tho e
great monarchies, marriage was tbe eacred tie
between one man and one woman, and man was
tne thoughtful lather of a home, not the wan
ton loid of a seraglio.
The Money King.
A French writer thus speaks of Biron James
"Monsieur de Rothschild Is an indefatigable
worker. He rises early, looks alter bis own af
fairs bimsell. tie receives visitors after he has
prepared the day's woik ior bis nmmidona.
On certain points he ia unbending, but be is a
good man, though not easily moved. He has
tbe perspicaoity of a man who baa mide tbe
largest fortune in Europe. His views on finan
cial matters are always sound; be bas genius for
loreteeiog events. His judgment ol men is f
uoernog, and consequently be knows with whom
and bow to deal. Nothing turns him aside
from a purpose ns bas once formed: his views
are always clear, and forcibly expressed. The
hours devoted by him to work are occupied un
ids last minute. ne men withdrewe him
self entirely from business, and resorts to the
pleasures of life.
The bouse of Rothschild, , consisting of the
Biron James, Charles, Lionel, and other
brothers and ousins, is undoubted by the most
royal and powerful of the reigning European
families. They have absorbed moat of the
gold and silver of tbe world, and no nation can
go to war lo fcurope without tbeir sjvereico
permission They lent tbe Emperor of Russia
forty millions for the Crimean war; tbey lent
the British government seventy -fire millions.
Torkey, Austria, Sardinia, Prussia and E.'ypt
have all looked to tbeir pockets for tbe sioews
war. Tbe Emperor of Austria, at last ac
count", was trying toobtaia afresh aupply from
this iuexhausuble fountain, and even the great
Nspoleoo is eager to propitiate the branch of
tue boune lu his emoire. It is said that th
Jreal backer bas been offered tbe sovereignty oi
erujalem.but having all tbe sceptres of Europe
bis coat pocket, he magnificently disdains
tbepropsition " ,
How few, aaya tbe Philadelphia Press, who
read it bestow a thought upon all the labor.
mental and physical, necessary to produce a
newspaper. Tbe publio read it, as a matter of
course, without any reflection upon the beads
and hnda wbich btve worked together to this
reenlt, but sre not slow nor silent in their com
mendation of the omission or Insertion oi even
comma which changes tbe meaning of a sen
tence. Cowper spoke of tba newspaper as "the
folio of four pages" It is more it Is a true
Microcosm a living history at once recording
and commenting upon events. rJick or well,
those whose combined labor produce tbe news
paper, must work at their constantly recurring
occupation. Tbe labor of Sisyphus wat a baga
telle compared with this- Na allowance made
for headache or heart-ache, or any of the thou
sand natural ill that flesh it heir to. 1
There are two sorts of excitement connected
with the production of a newspaper. Tbe first
anxious, feverish, in ten's as mnnh of ap
prehension as of belief, as much of fear as of
hone. Tbe seoond calm and constant a miti
gated feeling. The first is experieooed when a
new journal Is being launched upon tbe world,
and such' an overpowering sensation It is, tbat
onemightsay: . . , , .... . ., r . . ,
"Moments Ilk te theie S , .
. Rend men's lives Into Immortalities." ... ..jj j
The other excitement oeours, more or less, on
every day ot editorial Hie. The newspaper
man opens bis own paper, each day, with a bone
that it ia "all right," and gives a great sigh of
relief, alter na Das rapidly rtsaced over its col
urns, at finding everything In 'hum exiolly as it
, . i
A BocotstroL MaorcAb Examination
"Well,", said tbe narrator, putting down his
empty glass, and Oiling it again with Madeira,
"I waa shown Into the examination 1 room
large table and ball-a-dogen old gentlemen at
it. ' Big wigs, no doubt, tbought I; and, sure ts
my name ia Symonds, they'll pluck me like a
pigeon.' .' :' ''
"Well, air, what do yen know about the sol
eooe of vour profession t" asked the stout man
io tbe chair. -' ' ' ; '' '
"More than he does of the practice, I'll be
bound tittered a little wasp of a dandy a
Weat-Eud ladies' doctor. I trembled in my
Shots.: ti l . .', V ..il..
"Well, sir," continued the stoat man. "what
would you do If a man was brought to you during
action wttn nta arms and legs shot on 7 Now,
air, don't keep tbe Bwd watting. What would
you doT Make baste!" i i. ;- j i
"By Jove, sir," I answered, a thought hist
striking me, "I should pitch him overboard, and
go on to soma one else I could be of more ser
vice to." - :r-
Every one buret Out laughing, arid tbey pasted
'me direotly, sir passed me directly ! ' ' ; .
TILAIII ISO FIGDHEO BLACK
IT IJRl-8 BILKS, of every grade. Th mu tt leltot
assortment In Ihe oilr. and at must !taanble rate..
i' - v v." bais et oun,
aprlD We. W South High auset.
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
Iflanntaclurerw at all kind af Par-
table and (stationary ts towns Bsa
Riaea, Natv mill, sir let mills,
LAJfSJb BODLBIBeatenl B & t. BLAND TBeaUnt
f.eJ. B OVVALL Beaten I IT COLUMBUS
1IACBIXS CO. Beatemllll BRAD10BD
CO. Beaten, tltl
Our Portable Eoglne and Saw Kill ' "
Was awarded the first premium of 950 at tbe Indiana '
State Pair for lc60 over Lane A Bodley's oa acooont of
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior character of lumber sawed.
Our Stationary Rneine wae awerdeA -t th. um- v-i-
the first premium of tW0.
Our Portable Buglne wis awarded the first premium of
100 at the Fair at Memphis, Tenn., over Blende's Da- '
vail a, Colombus Machine Co'a.. and Rrxdfonl At fW-
by a committee of practical Railroad Engineers.
w puce aua tenua aoaress
, MILLARD WARNER, Treasurer,
decidawleols. Newark. Ohio.
Prom the New , ork Observer.
As all parties manufsctarl' g Sewing Machines are ob
liged lo p.y Mr. Unwea lloense ooeacb machine eeld,
and are a so compelled to make re torus to him, under
oath, aa ti the comber sold, his hooks give a correct etate
merit, from this reliable sou roe we have obtained to
following s'stl-tlos. Of ths machines made In the year
1UU, there were sold,
By Wheeler A Wilson ...91,305
I. M. elngerfcOo 10.US3
u Grover Baker lOSS
Showing the siles of Wheeler A Wilson to be dotU
those ot any other Company."
Awarded the highest premiums at th
United States I atra of 1B68 !8j and I860;
also at the
Ohio Brat Pal, s of 1859 and ISM;
and at nearly all the County Fairs in th Stat.
Oar prices, at the late reduction, art a lot a any
look etieh machite now told, and hut a tilde higher than
the Interior two thread chaise etich machisue, now
forced n"on the market.
Th WHBRLKR A WILSON MA0HIN1 makes lb
Lock Itich the only one which cannot be raveled. It
is Alibi ok Bine Jioraol the goods, leaving no rt&ge or
ehntnonthe tmder efd.
AUmachtnee star' anted 3 years, and tWnicMo
given in their use, free of enar.e.
H. OBARP.ai High St.. Coloabas, O.
" WM. BCMNRR A CO
dec3-jwd3mAwBm Pike's Opera Hoaee Cincinnati.
TO BUSINESS MEN.
AN EXCELLENT CHANCE EOR
tellable business men to secure a profitable mana
factoring business, requ'rinr but a email eanltal In Ita
establishment and pro ecutlon.
The maoufaeture consists in Ihe aonlleatloe of m n.
auliarcimposition or enamel toeommon red bricks and
variety oi oiner noiiuing material, ornamental arobi-
vociorat nntaoings, ceilings, lilts for Doors and for
Tbli enamel may be tinted of any color, from th
purest white to the deepest black, with all Ihe eolor
and shade between. It imparts to the articles to whica
ilia applied a hardens and durability almost incredible,
aud a beaaty sarpstslng that of ths rarest and aoatcoetly
of the variegated maroiea, and. unlike them, is Impervi
ous to moisture, and will never fade stain, or deterior
ate, coating bat a fractional part of the price of ordinary
It is also valuable for table and stand tops, mantle-
pieces, monument, and an endless vartttv nr nth-r aril.
oles of s'aple use. Tbe process of applrlog the ' amel
simple, while the articles enameled will eommand a .
ready sale, eff jrdir.g lanre profits. Besoon ible nartlee
may procure llceusca for meuufatBjrln and-r tKm mt.
ent for any city or prominent tews in the United States,
by applying to the snbsorlwr. A small tariff on the ar
ticles manufactured will be required lr Ihe ase of th
Invention. Circulars giving full particulars will be for- .
warded to alt applicants.
Tne superior merit and betnty or this enameled bond
ing material to anythlsK in nae bas th nnnoallfied In
dorsement of many of the most eminent architects aod
scien'tso men or this and other cities.
ror particulars add res
General Agents for Xnsmaled Building Material ,
ap d3m. 85 NASSAU ST., NEW TORK.
',. ,jf ,o' - -
SPEING AND SUMMER GOODS
. A.T P. ROSE'S.
IAGS.IN OFFER- TO THE PUBLIC
an entire new stock of Goods in my Hue. J ml pnroa
ased In New York'at the cheapest panic rates.al! of wbkA
shells 'II at tb smallest prvnte. for Cash. My euitosa
ers aud fronds are resoecttully Invited tocalind exam
ine my Goods and Prices, as I am determined ta sell as
cheap or ctuaper than any other house in the city; and
I do my own Cutting, and superintend my ova bast
nets, I feel auured.fr jm my long exjerieoc labuat
nesi, to g've ger tr.il tatlifirtlon. Th finest of woik- '
men ar employed, a-d all work don strict ly to Urn and
on abort notice, and warranted to fit. Strangers visiting
our city would e .ntalt their lutsrest hy glv og me a all
before purchasing elsewhere. P. HOSE, -, ,
mrch9 dly Cor lllvh and Town (IS. ' ",
SeBoylo c& Oos ..
HATE REMOVED THEIR OFFICE
to the Bouth-west corner of HLh and Priead
And will oontlnu to keep on hands a large stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
' Tb attentlcn of Merchaate and Dealers ta respectful
ly Invited to oar stock. B. DOTLRstOe. '
manhtj:dtllUuly3l, . .
Watchet 1 1 Diamondt !! Eilfer Ware HI
A COICR A' SORT St ENT OF COLS H
and Silver Watches, In treat variety.
I am Agent for lire Aautoia Wai en Oo '. and eta
sell these excellent Watches at aanufcturers' pilossa
ttuer w noiesaie or neiau.
u me sad enooe from mv aeaatlful dim lay r pat- -iu.u
snonds and i th' rich Jeweliy. - Stiles new prices low. . . , , :
As te Silver War of sterling auallty. I eaa shew new
patterns, very handsome , . : . "-
ellver Pitted Ware, Tea Setts, Urns. Walters, Csslors,
Bukets, Pitchers Goblets, Knives, Pork Spoons, Ae.
Then I hay a supply of flo Table Cutlery, Poctal .
B!mm- U.a.t. Am.. anH ain Faocv Oooda annh ae
ar desired for preeDts-at sueh prices a ar aa ladneW
aunt lo the purchaser,. ., .. i.xw, ,,
, . r. ' N. 10 Backer Block.
marSl North ltd But How )iiit. U j a HJ
A NEW HOOF BKIBT
XIaSLIW c DON,
J.' No. 19, SOUTH, Bian STRMT.-v .i
' Hav Just reoclved a sew asak f HOOP IZtRTI
flaiahed In a manner far superior t any yet latrodaasvi
tor" cy-''-"',,,;l':':; r . ! " , " ;"'V',,;
' DURABILITY AND GR ACEFOLNESS, '
-snRS3. '-i--'-r !' ' ''" " : .
HENItT KtEULEH .
(tat of Pbaloa's staMlshmnt, N T.,) Pioprtetore '
th New Toik Pashlonabl Shaving. Hair Onttnur
BbampeoDlng, Curling aod Drawing Sslooa, But Slat
, street, over tb Poet OtSce, where sattafaettoa will
bt glvea. m all th various branehae. Ladles aad
Children's Hair Dressing don la th best style. , ,
Jyl-dly , . - ,. .
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