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VOL. VII. NO. 277. NEW SERIES;
: COLUMBUS. OHIO. SATURDAY EVENING. APRIL 27. 1861.
fIZ D0LLA.E3 E2 Y3SAB,
., InTariablj la AdTaace - '
1 . J
11 1 Ml
0 A.ILY, TEI-WE1KLY AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
UBU8H)B AND PROPRIETORS.
ir Offlee Not. SO, 88 and 40, North Eigb St.
TERMS! INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE.
Daily . - - $8 00 per year.
" By the Carrier, per week, 18)j eenti.
rrl-Weikly ... 8 00 per year.
Weekly. - - 1 00
. -rnii of AdvertlIsisr by tlie Square.
ua square lyeai...90 00
Oiie " Omobths H 00
Jne ' 0 Diontlia 15 00
)ne " 3 months 10 00
3ne '-'months b 00
')a , " I month. 6 00
One square 3 weeks.
One " S weeki.
0ns " lweek..
. 3 00
. 1 00
One " 3 days
One " 2 days
" llnwrtlon 50
DUtpUyeA advorllaemeora half more than the above
' Adv-eitisementa leaded and placed In the column of
sneelni Notlcen," luruoie im ordinary rattt.
All unticen required to be published ly law. legalratet
I ( nnl.Tf J on the Innlrte excluiively after the Drat week
pur rui:, more .tn&n the above ratei; but all auch wil
M'lwnr in tne Trl-weeKly without ehante.
Hiwlnm Canla, not eioeedlng five lluea, per rear, In
'ir, mi iiu uer line enuiue mt.
Hutlca of me etiiisi, chari tables ocletles.flre eompanlei,
tr.. huir nrlft).
, All transient a&etriUtmenU mutt it paid for in
Kivurice Tit rule will not be varied from.
Wiualy, name price aa the Dally, where tho advertiser
' taslho Werkly alone. Where flie Pally and Weekly
re both used, then the charge tr the Weekly will be
o ill the raUMiot tne Daily
No adVHrtlsement taken except for a definite period.
EAGLE CRASS WORKS,
. Corner Klrlugr 4: Water Ste.,
W. B. POTTS & CO.,
And Manufacturers of Brest and Onmposltlon Castings,
vinisiKd unus work oi ail Inscriptions.
Electro Plating and Gilding!!
STENCtL CUTTING, &C.
7. A. B. SIMZINS,
Attorney at Xjici-w
A NO NOTARY PUBLIC.
Ufflce-AuilMS lluildloK, opposite Oapilol Square.
v OObUMBUB. onto;
Machine Manufacturing Company
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
, . Cattlnga, KUl-flearlng, Kaehinery.
v of iriar diso
of inar DiacsurriON.v
AM BOS, Hop't. P. AMBOfl.iTreu.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia.
For Cincinnati, Dayton & Indianapolis!
Throsagh to lndianacoliB withont Change of Can
. , and but One Change of Cars between
' ' Columbui and St. Louis.
THSF.K trains daily from colum
i;us. . first train.
(Dally, Mondays excepted.)
KIOTIT EXPKE8S, vr Dayton, at 3:45 a. m., stop
ping at London, Xenia, lay ton, Uiddletown and Hamil
ton, arriving at Cincinnati at 8:20 a. m . ; Dayton at 5:45
aim., Indiauopolls at 10:48 a. m.;rt. Louis at 11:50
- SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, at 6:10 a. m., stopping at all Sta
tion! between Columbus and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati 11:02 a. m., Dayton at 9: 15 a. m.,
IndianopollsatS;'-' P- tn.
THIRD TRAIN. .
tkt KXPRK9S,al 8:30 p. m., stopping at Alton,
Jefferson, London, Charleston, Gedarville, Xenia,
Spring Valley, Conrln, Morrow. Deerfleld, Foster's,
love land, Mlllfordand Plalnville, arriving; at Oinoln-
natl at 7:80 p. m. fit. Louis at 13 m; Cayton at 5:35 p.
m.j IndianopelUat 10:3S p. m.
siecplncr Cant on alt Nltcht Train to
Cincinnati and Indianapolia.
BIGOAOE CHECKED THHOtTGII.
- for further Information and Through Tickets, apply to
M. L. DOUKHTY,
Tloket Agent, Union Depot, Columbus, Ohio.
JNO. W. DOUKRTI
Jul3 . K. . . . " . Agent, Columbna,
. SOMETHING NEW
HOWARD & GO'S.
; AMERICAN "WATCHES.
CALIi AT NO. 83, SOCTII niOII ST.,
and examine our new make of
' AMERICAN WATCHES,
manufactured by E. HOWARD at CO., Boston, Mas).
These Watches are far superior to anything ever offered
to the publlo, heretofore. Having the exclusive agency,
I can sell them at prices to auit the times, I have Just
received a large stock of ,
AMERICAN WATCHES, '
manufactured by APPLETON, TKA0T, at CO j alio, a
line assortment of r'
v ENCLI8U AND SWISS WATCUES,
'I ' Mh Gold and Silver Case), at Panic price).
'anl , W.J. BAT API.
v it v.. r,irjUt SeOttftdl..'. (.V..
i Art nFi en GHEEN and DliACR
lUU TEAS 100 bags prime Bio Oonee,
1 i (SO pocket old Dntoh Government Java Coffee.
' 15 bag) Ceylon Ooffeev " "
OObbls. Standard White Bugan, consisting of Pow
i l -. drod, Ohrushed, araanlated A and B Qoffee. : .
" BO qaiatals George Bank Oodnh.
MOW at- Mess and No. 1 Mackerel'. 1 "" '
. " " tost Pick Slmon.J - 'Aitw ' r
s ' 100 bx, Layer Baislns. - ' t r . :,i... . .
1 - 50 hf. boxdo do ""' -w .. , . x,
tOOqr.bos de de " ' ' ..-ih .'. t
10O U Cigar), different brand) and grades.
nv v . . wm. mcdonalp.
JLhfr BlaniiBafik" MfthnfeflttireiV
'rAnnl bVn t " T vtrm 'mrttirans nmA
v aaarl Wlf x-.
FAiniliT FLOCK. -i w -11TUIIK
W1IEAT, BBANDED : . ;
Y" - ' '' ' ' - - f
From ' ' Bamett Mills," Springfield, O. the best brand of
Ilourbrougutw n( market, naunaction guaranteea
foraaleeuly at. k, WAl.TloDONALD'S,. ,r
novST 100 Booth High street! '
ALEXANliUKN KI1 OLOVEM.
All slsesaad oolort Just opened at BAIK8,
deo ll. No. S South High street.
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
The Iatet-The largeit The Best.
' Tho Cheapest Beoause the Best.
"The Mont HcAiable Standard Au
tbority of tne Englleb Language." '
Sim BvndrIminntEiustUoriof Ohio,
"THH BEST ENOtlSH DICTIONARY EXTANT.'
LUtrary Men Eoeryvhtrt,' ,
'Heie are upward) of a Hundred Thonsaad Words,
whose multlfarloui meanings and derivations, together
with thel i correct spelling, and pronunciation are clearly
set before the eye.'' '
" Cincinnati Commtrrtal.
Bead (At Dtcltlont of tha Mmbtrt of th Ohio Btatt
. , ToacAtr't Atooiution.r
The undersigned, member) of the Ohio State Teachers'
Association, adont and aim In in In tM.hit. in.
and speaking, the orthosraohv and Bronnnni.tinn nr
" vroesws novai wnario uietionrv. and w. m..
. . , . - " - -
dially recommend It a) the most reliable standard an
monty of the English language, a) it 1) now written and
JH'KCU. - . .
Lorih Axnaaw). President Kenvon flnllmra ."'
M. D. Lsuarrr, SuperinUndent Zanesville Schools
nua. n. uaKvar, oup s saasai ion Union Schools.
M. V. OowDiav, Sup't Publlo Schools, Sandusky,
. John Ltmch, Sup't Publlo Schools. Glrclevllut. -
B. a. 8nroo, Principal Oleveland lemale Bemlna-
Wh. Miiryat.l.. flnn't PnhnA Rnnt.' ir rr-,-
Jonif OoniK, Principal State Normal School, Mlnne
Ovane Naboh, Principal Fourth Intermediate School,
H. S. MiRTin, Sup't Canton Union School)." '
Edwin Huul. Principal McNeaiv Nn.m.i
Ki.i T. Tappam, Prof. Mathematics, Ohio University.
Wat. W. Edwards. Sun't Trov Union flrhnni.
A. a. HoraiKs, Principal West High School, Oleve
land. ..... .
8. A. Norton, Associate Principal nigh School, Oleve
TnionoRi Strrlixo, Principal High School, Cleve
R. P. HoMirroM, Prlnclnal Cleveland Tnitlini..
J. A. aARruut. President of Electic Institale. HI.
W. L. Harris. Prnf. nt flhemUtn,. At.! wrn.,. H
rrii. ' ' " "
11. H. BaRniy. Ex.Camml..tnn.vf,rrtnn,n.H ov. i-
I " " v uuju. v u puuvil;
VUIU. ... .
Jamr Mono, Prof. Rhetorlo, Oberlin College.'
THoa.Uux.Presldent Antloch College. . ., ,'
HhnM Tl..(n- . ' '
U. W. . 11. UlTHri.T. Pvnr. U.,tiMflu vt-u
8. 6. CRUMBADail.. Prnf. I.ano,,.. 8 Iri.i.' a.l ',
. . '. , "O", 4.1,N IDUUUVll
B. 41. BARSUt.Bup't Union Schools, Ashland.
Mort than Sim Hundred otter Pretl&mU of ColU.
awop two enwrrooa m ooove eenntncnt,
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO
M ARIETTA COLUOI "It I. tnilv n.nIA'. j.
an nonor to the author, the nuhiiaWa. it. -ki.
D .Lj "r ' w-
OHIO WniCT.i UKIVlilTV.. Tt xnA,l.
tlons. It will I e my lulde in onhnumnho n.i
elation, and f'll often be eonsnlted by me for ita neat
accurate ueunuion). " President Thompson.
W. K. Eclictio Coixroi. "lleretofore we have used
Webster orthography. At a recent meeting of our
acuii7, it waioeciaea to cnange it to conform to that
n J"?!0"1"' Borl1 -ur, Dictionary." President
"irrvatf iujrrvr OoiLaoiiJT Ami it k. .
nnv.tl.1 .nnrnkllA. I 11 : J . . . . .
t,yv".nuu.' cnwwut AllIcncOCK.
Obikmh Cou.to.-i."It more than meets my expecta
tions. I recommend it -aa tha ataiutani .,,fh...o. i.
"-"vt iu mj cultural ana my pupils." President
Ahtioch Oouist. "I adopt and aim to use (n teach-
g, wntiDK ana spaaiing, tne orthography and pre;
stion of Woreeater'a noval Onarta mini,..
"In all my wrillns-. aneakinr. ana laaAhla. 1 1,;.. 2..
iuuiurm ao ma ruiea lor ortbograpby and
H.uuuuviauuu wuiaiueu in u orcesuu ) Picuonary
llorace Mann, lata President. -. i '...
Kurrosi Coluui. Qivim.-J'T na
mond It as the most reliable) standard aolhnrlt. a ih.
English human a It la . rriiun ana ,nir. m.1
Aflaaiueu. ADUiewa. -:, : i :t ' I "i if I '
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OFi OHIO.
From Btv. Anton Smyth, Commit timer of Common
: T . mwww ia isi, ' I I I ' I
'The Dictionary la an imnerlahahla uniimaii a .1.
learning and Industry of Its author, and an honor to the
worm oi ieuers. xne meenantcai eieouuon i) rar supe
rior to that of anjr other Leikjon with which I am ac
from Bon. u. B. Barney. Sa-Cbmmiulontr
: - Sahoolt in Ohio.' ;
"The moit reliable standard authority of ; the tan-'
Ieatlina; Xfewspapersr of Ohio Say.
From tin Cleveland Etrald of March 88.
The orthography of the Worcester Dictionary Is that
used by most, If not all, authors of distinction In this
country and England, and conform) to the general usage
vt uiuiuwf wrivcra auu IJJW.n, - .. .: .i-.v.
Whatever prejudice) may have existed previously, a
careful study of this volume will Invariably bs followed
by a warm appreciation of its great merits, and desire
to aaa it to tne weu seiectea library, be tt large or small,
ii ia a uurary uuuaui, ana win remain an imperisha'
ble record of the learning of 1U compiler. . . .
from the Cincinnati Commercial of April SO.
Hera are upwards of a hundred thousand words good,
bad and indifferent whose multiliriona meaning, and
derivations, together with their cornet spelling and pra-
uuuuiauuu, in m oieariy oeiore sue; aye. xne work is
unquestionably the greatest Thesaurus of English Word)
ever puoiisneu. . , i ; r.
From the Cleveland Tlaindealer' of Sept. 3D, 1800.
Evidently WoRcawrat'a Kotal Quarto Diottohart U
not only Vie taut, but the but work of the kind ever it
sued, and can by no possibility suffer by eompsrison or
controversy. .us ,.
From the Toledo Blade of May 89. -
A) tO ntOOTROtATION. WORCISTta IS TBI RTAHnASB
followed by our best authors; in definition) he leave)
nothing to be desired, and m RTHOoaArHV Ills sufficient
say tnat worcsstir oan be safely followed.
... INOIIAI1I c BBAGO, ,
PnbUaliere, Bookaelleri Ac Stattoaera,
NO. 101 BUPERIOR 8T-, CLEVELAND, OHIOv
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE 'COMPANY,
Diridend January 1 f 1 86 1 1
ASSETS.. ......... ..:.t3,81S58 50.
Statement January i, 1861.
Balance, per statement Jan. 1st, 1860....if3,4OS,58jf 39
Reoetved for Premiums dur- ' J - 1
ina- the lear 18t0..... 1763.053 , . -
Received for Interest during ', . i
the year 18W BM.OU 11) : ,iut,,
Total reelot) for i860..V.9T7.O67 74 h
Paid Claims by Deatb,S07,050 00
Paid Policies surren-
dered ........... 41.111 2S , - , ...
Paid Balariea, Poit- y ' - - j -L '
age, Zaxee,..Ex-. . . .
chanK.atc. ...... 31. MO 54 ' - -- -
Paid Commlasloas to --c i .. ,--t r ' -
Agenta. . ...v...w 51,335 30 - J fc -.. -Paid
Physicians' fees. 5.10 16 1 k thl
Paid Annuities 1,517 00
Paid Dividends dur- ' ? - ' i
lng the year 100.5C0 75 585,091 63 , 411,978 14
Net Balance January 1st, 1P01. . ,?. .V.
Cash on hand. f0,G284 19
Bonds and Mortgagee on Real
EsUte.' worth double the 1
amount loaned .-. 8.327,841 88
Bu.lnM Vn.mm AM VnllhlA. ' '
in force, only drawlna 6 ner
"gent, interest.,... ....... 1,879,884 17
Real Kstale...f.tt-v"'"0 '.fP.893 87
LoansonBorlp. ............. 5,03144
Premium), Note) and Cash, fa ' -'
course of transmission.,., j "45,348 75
T,575 Policies In force, lnurlng......85,426538
1,435 new Policies hare been issued during the year.
After a vairefnl calculation of the present value of the
outstanding Policies of the Company, and having the
ntoettaty amount in reserve therefor, the Direotors
have declared a Dmnemi of 45. per eenti ee the Preml
uma paid at the Uble rate), to all policies for life In force,
issued prior to January 1, I860, payable ioobrdlDg to the
preaent snlaac tha w..
t',.f?r' 'lu"d. M Lit flentlngeneleei Preipeot
""'J!,?m,ot, and Application), will be furnished
pny. " . ' tb1om' w Ancle) of ,the Oom
1 S v R0BT. T TAWERB0N, President.
ben. o.milleS;S: t it
U. , SAUESON, Agent,
March 88. -CIO jJS
a ai wi n. je a . n i:i rufe- aw,n
A BHIRTINOB, all. widths, of mo.ti;htedm.taI
now offered In greatest variety and at very iTprt" k
' ... ' . ' - M BAIH BOS, V
aprllS No. 80 South High street.
ISTo 4: Gwvnne Block.
'A. P. ST0NE& O'HARRA
ABE NOW RECEIVING THEIR WIN
TER GOODS, and invite the publlo to Inspect
them. No auch stook of Goods has ever been brought to
this market. The South, in oonsequence of the failure
of the grain erop, has not been able to purchase the us
ual quantity of rich goods, and this fact has forced the
Importers to tell them at publlo auotlon. Our buyer
(Mr. Stone) being in New York at these large sales, took
advantage of them, and we can and will sell our goods
here, at less than any one who purchased two weeks since,
paid for them In New York. Our stock 1) complete in
every department of '
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
. OTTOMAN VELOURS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
. . , r , DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CL0AKS1
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought iu One Day,
At one nail the Coat of Inipottation.
la all Varietiea, of tho Celebrated
' - rUanufature of C. O. nn
' there V Son.
Men's, Ladies and Children') Under Shirt) and Drawers
Ladies, Misses and Children's Hosiery of all kindi. In
Wool and Lamb's Wool: Fleecy Lined and Cotton niv...
oi every make.
A oemolete assortment
of all the usual varle
Ladies and Gent's Linen Cambrio Hand'
: i kerchieft, Ac, &c.
To person) who call on na. wa nledn gntwui. t.
show them the largest, best and cheapest stock of Goods
ever seen in mis market, or pay them one dollar per
lima at VavKllAa laaLlaa "
uuui euiiv luwaiuKjo
decl-oiystawltw. STONE At O'HARRA
Cure Cough, Cold, Boartenett, Jnit,
1 hroat. Believe the Eawlcina Couoh
in Connimvtion, Bronhtitie. Attha
ma, and Catarrh, Clear and give
mtTonytn iu tie voice or
PUBLIC MPKAKEHS. '
Few are aware of the Importance ofcheeklng a Oougt
or "Common Cold" In its first stage; that which In thi
hMrinnlna ..nlil vlali tA a mlM ramMlv. tf hmWI
soon attacks the lungs. "Brovm't Bronchial Trochtt,''
contauiiog aemoiceni ingmiioms, auay ruimonary and
"That trouble In my Throat, ffor whioh
the 4 TrocAes' are a specific) havini made ma
oiieu a mere wnuperer. "
n . r. wii.t.tr
"I recommend their use to Pnnuc Shak,
aa." i- . 4
ret. t.. nnAPTn
"Have n roved extremely servieeahia far
REV. HENRY WARD BEEflfTIH..
"Almost Instant relief In the distrnilnr
iwwivi vrcauiiuic (taouiiar Ml ilVTHMA.
A. O. EOQLESION.
"Contain no Onlum or anvthlnr Inlnrl
ous." DR. A-A. HAYES.
"A simole and Dleasant combination for
DR. Q. F. BIQELOW,
"Beneficial in Brohchitis."
DR. J. F.W.LANB,
"I have proved them excellent for Whoop.
REV. H. W. WARREN,
"BeneScisl when comnelled to sneak, suf
fering from Com."
KEV. B. r. J. ANDERSON,
"ErrKCTOAL in removlni- Hoaraeneia ami
Irritation of the Throat, so common with
SrauKiR) and Snroms."
Prof. BIA0Y JOHNSON.
La Orange, Ga.,
Teacher of Music, Southern
"Great benefit when taken before and after
preaching, as they prevent Hoarseness. From
tneir pastenect, I think they will be of ner-
mauent advantage to me."
KH V E . ROWLEY, A.m.,
President of Athena College, Tenn.
JEpBold by all Druggists at TWENTY-
ROBERTS a SAMUEL,
- Druggiats, 84 North High street.
8. X. 8AMUEL a CO.,
85 South High street, Columbus, O.
Spring ; & Summer Millinery.
The Stook Replenished
DAILY , .
FROITI LATEST I1TIPORTATIONS OF
iV. NEW; YORK.
Spring & Summer Millinery
Is now complete, comprising every variety of Millin
alio, a large assortment of Embroideries, Hosiery
Notions, ao., and in quantities and prices that can
fail to salt all who may favor na with a call. The
good) have been bought at Paolo prices, and will be sold
a small advance on cost. ,
Miss M. E, YOUNG, late of New York City,
superintend the Millinery Department. Her long
experience In the most Fashlonabls Establishment la
Broadway will alone be a warranty that aha will be able
give entire satisfaction In mature of taste to all who
faver her with their orders.
The Ladle) of Columbus and vicinity will please ae-
eept my sincere thank) for their liberal patronage, and
would respectfully solicit a continuance of the same.
, 4v R. H. WARE,
68 East Town St., Colnmbue, o. ,
eprll-d3m-tod .... .,, ' . .
i t. u jjmpiovment. .
a Staple Article, will furnish employment e
-v ww' w mm msvuvm ior ineir nouM. M
DnfrflnDA Will hm artvan 11 ...
. .r - 7 . P WAtw am well oWUUSlDC
la the dlitriot fop which they apply. ,
ui wuwUrTiBuiyRre willing to pay ft salary
from i .'. . .-V i . i vi '
;ffl00 to $800 par" yew, and Izpenttev
a"or runner particulars address , . .
JK li ,u .(. B. MOREHOUSE A CO. '
9 and 5, Exchange Place,
; ". , JerseylOlty, N. J.
JenWd&a. : !
MALTESE Ac THREAD LACE MITTS
of elegant qualities for Ladies; also, M leans' Mitt)
,, '! ' '. ' i . Mil l,
TJEPELLANT OR WATER.PKOOF
Ab CLOAK CLOTHS. Also, other makes of Spring
Oloak Olotha, in all desirable mixtures Bindings, lav
sets ana Button) to match. JAIN BON,
eprili No. S9 South High street
HE OHIO STATESMAN STEAM
BOOK AND JOB
Having Increased It) already
I) fully prepared to execute In the
MOST ELABORATE MANNER,
THE LATEST STYLE.
And every description of
LETTER i PRESSIPRINTING,
Equal to any Establishment In the Btatt, and upon
termt which will compare favorably with the
leading Eastern Printing Houses.
Having 'ovary aoiltty to aid TJo
IN TBI PRODUCTION OF
We offer our services to all who nay desire that class
We haveiconnected with ourjEstabllshment a
BLANK BOOK BINDERY,
' From which we produce the
rPlnoavt Blanlt. "VTorls.
AMD THE If OtT
SUPERB BAIL BOAS BIARX BOOKS.
Is admitted to be
COMPLETE L FACILITIES,
Aim Tn Hon
In this City, and we aiay add,
" . ' ''I t1 .'- it.. .;!(, ;
WE WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE
Prlntlo Honae la the Weat. '.'
' , , 4 ' i-t i..,. ! ;
RICHARD NEVINS, .
. ' .''"'',' - 5 ..-v
:" V" ; ",: nonmom,
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS.
THE FOLLOWIN CHANGES WERE
seed U tM thoeAoeraof this Bank, January Wth,
1H61, to wltt W. A.PLATT.PrwIdant. and Taoaas
Mooeus, Oaahier. neigned their offlooe. Davi Tatuju,
eq., wee tbea ateetea Prestdaol aad WaJ. A. Faarr ar
ointeavaaaier. '' HiC Wi
By order of the Beard tt Directors.
feb 4,1881-411-. W. A. PLATT, OeabJet.
' : TIBKI, '
Dally, per )ar ...8 00
Trl Weeklj per rear 3 00
Weekly, pi yeat 1 00
UTThe following feelingly patriotic poem,
written ink Christian spirit, la by Mrs. Shjcor
net: . t
[From the Journal of Commerce.]
The Two Eras.
Ita 19ra, 1775, and April 19tr, 1861,
Th Bay State bled at Lexington,
lut every drop that ran,
Bjtransautatlon strange and strong, .
prang up an armed man;
Brapg up. Indomitably firm,
tnd multiplied and spread,
TJ Freedom's amaranthine crown
Inwreath'd our country') head.
Yt, when the born of Lexington
Who kept their natal day,
Vera writing fourscore years and six
Upon their annul grey,
Tie Bay State bled at Baltimore,
Wherefore, I may not apeak;
tor sad and tender memorlra rush
From heart to moisten 'd cheek .
ind sighs of burled fathers break
i The cold, aepulohral bed,
"- - ld hideoua harpies slap tbeir wings
i When brother)' blood is shed :
tnd stara that in their eoursea sang,
; Their constellations shroud,
tnd wind-borne echoes cry forbear I
From yonder cloven cloud :
While contrite souls from holy church
j And shaded hearth-siooe pray,
That He who rules above the skits
I Would turn his wrath away,
; And rule the spirit that of old
I The shepbeid Abel slsw,
And link the hands in loving clasp,
Now red with battle-dew:
Yea, all our nation's sins remit,
I And bid His ludgmente eease,
! And In His own good time restore
L. H. S.
Hartford, Conn., Friday Evening, April 19th.
Buming of the Gosport Navy Yard—Eleven
Millions Dollars Worth of Property Destroyed.
The New York Timee gives the following
account of the destruction of the Government
pnperty at Gosport, to keep it ont of the bands
of the rebels:
The t team tag Yankee lay at the Navy Yard
antil Friday, the 18th, when the Virginia diatom-home
officera came over in a tug and de
manded the surrender of the Yankee. Com,
McAnley. who was in command of the Naw
Yard, refused to comply with the demand, lay
ing that if they attempted to take her from the
yard, be would aink them where they lay.
The Cumberland immediately beat to quar
ters, and brought ber 11-inch pivot gun, which
waa charged with shell, to bear upon tbeir tug,
and they deemed it advisable to leave forthwith.
On Saturday evening, at 9 o'clock, the Paw
nee arrived from Washington, with 200 volun
teers and 100 marines, beside her own craw.
and at once the officers and crew of the Pawnee
and Cumberland went to the Navy Yard and
piked and disabled the eons, and threw the
shot and small arms Into the river. At 10
o'clock, the marines, who bad been quartered
in the barracks, fired them, and came on board
tha rawnee. This movement waa premature,
for it waa the Intention to fire all the buildinee
simultaneously. A party of officer, meantime.
were going through the different building) and
ebipe, dlatributlng waste and turpentine, aud
laying a train to as to blow up the Dry Dock .
They were engaged in this work until 2 o'clock
when the train waa fired. At three o'clock, the
xantee, to too uaptain or which, Charles Ger
main, much credit is due, came along and took
the Cumberland in tow, the Pawnee teklntr tha
. J Ait. I , a . . ..
isau. aii tne yeeeeia ueai io quarter), tne guns
were manned, and everything was in readinaaa
to carry ont the threat of Commodore McAuley,
was ii gun was urea irom eitner, snore be
would level both Portsmouth and Norfolk. At
this time the soene was indescribably man-nift.
cent, all the bnildinga being in a blaze, and ex
plosions here and there scattering tbe cinders io
The Government vessels had been scuttled In
the afternoon before the Pawnee arrived, to pre
vent tbeir being seized by tbe Secesaionists.who
had been in arms In both Norfolk and Ports
mouth, nnder the command of Gen. Taliaferro.
Their number is estimated at some 1400 men.
Tbe souttling was done between twelve and two
o'clock on Saturday. Lest this mode of destruc
tion ahonld not be complete, however, trains
were laid on them, and the vessels were fired
with the buildings.
The following are the names of the vessels
which were destroyed: Pennsylvania, 74 gun
ship; steam-frigate Merrimao. 44 truna: aloon.
of-war Germantown, S3 guns; sloop Plymouth,
rogana; irigaie nariien, a guns; irlgate Co
lumbia, 44 guns; Delaware, 74 gun-ahip; Co
lumbna, 74 gun ship; United States, In ordinary;
brig Dolphin, 8 guns; and tbe powder-boat
The Laws of War.
The prospect of hostilities between the Uni
ted States Government and the Confederate
States rendera some inquiry into tbe law of na
tions on this subject appropriate and interesting.
What are the legal consequences, and what the
practical bearing, of a state of war upon the in
dividual rights of citizens of the two Confeder
acies having dealings with each other, are ques
tions which ahould be dearly understood. . As
contribution from a standard authority to tha
general stock of knowledge on the subject, we
quote soma extracts from ATeat'e Cowitneafartet,
as found in Lecture 3, on the Law of Nations,
INTERDICTION OF COMMERCIAL INTERCOURSE.
One of the Immediate and Important conse
quences of the declaration of war la the absolute
interruption and interdiction of all commercial
correspondence, intercourse and dealing between
the subjects ot tne two countries. The idea
that any commercial Intercourse or paolfio deal
ing can lawfully subsist between the people of
the powers at war, except under the clear and
express sanction of the Government; and with
out a special lloense, la utterly Inconsistent with
tbe new oiasa oi duties growing out of a state
of war. The tnterdiotion flows, neceeaarilv.
from the principle already stated, that a state
of war puts all tbe members of the two nations
respectively in hostility to each other and to
suffer Individuals to carry on a triendly or
commercial intercourse, while the two Gov
ernments were at war, would be plaoing the
acta oi uovernmeui ana tne aota or ' indi
viduals in contradiction to each other. It would
counteract the operations of war, and throw ob
stacles In the way or the publlo efiarts, and lead
to disorder, imbecility and treason. -Trading
supposes the existence of civil contrasts and re
lations, and a reference to courts of justice; and
it is, therefore, necessarily contradictory in a
state of war. It affords aid to an enemy In an
effectual manner, by enabling the merchants of
tha enemy's oountry to support their Govern
ment, and it facilitates the means of conveying
intelligence ana carrying on a traitorous oorres
pondence with the enemy. These considera
tions apply with peculiar foroe ' to maritime
States, where tbe principal object la to destroy
the marine and oommerceof the enemy, In or-
aer to roroe mem to peace," it is a well-settled
dootrlne io tbe Eoglish eiurta and with tbe
English Jurists, that there can not exist, at tbe
same time, a war for arms and a peace for com
merce. The war pots an end at once to all
dealing, and all communication with each other,
and places every Individual of tbe reapectlve
Kovernmenta. at well at the governments them
selves, In a state of hostility. This Is equally
tbe doctrine of all tha authoritative writers on
the law of nations, and of the maritime ordi
nances of all the great powers of Europe. It
is equally the received law of this oountry, and
waa ao decided frequently by tho Congress of the
United Bta.es during the Revolutionary War,
and again by tha Supreme Court of the United
Slates during tha course el tha last war; and tt
it difficult to conoeiva of a point of doctrine mors
deeply or extensively rooted in tbe general mar
itime law of Europe, and in tbe universal and
immemorial usage of the whole community of
the civilized world. . ' , , ,
It follows, as a necessary conuequence of tbe
doctrine of tbe illegality of all intercourse of
iramo, without express permission, that all oon-t
, mania I.U ,1,- AnAm- .,.:nM ... .
vti.u -uv .uciuj aiwiD uutiug a t ire u b -
terly void. The insurance of the enemy's properi
ty is an illegal ccntraot, becauie it is a species
of trade and Intercourse with tbe enemy. The
drawing of a bill of exchange, by an alien ene-4
my, on a subjeot of tbe adverse country, is an
illegal and void contract, because it is a com-
municatlon and contract. Tbe purchase of bills
on the enemy's oountry, or the remission and
deposit of funds there, is a dangerous and ille-t
gal act, because it may be cheilshing the re
sources and relieving the wants of the enemy.
The remission of funds, io money ( r . bills, to
subjects of tbe enemy Is unlawful. The inhibit
tion reaches to every communication, direct
or circuitous. All endeavors to trade with
the enemy, by the intervention of third
persons, or by partnerships, have equally
failed, and no artifice has succeeded to legalize
the trade without the express permission
of the Government. Every relaxation of
the rule tends to corrupt the allegiance
of the subject, and prevents the war from ful
filling its end. The only exception to this strict
and rigorous rule of international jurisprudence
is tbe case of ransom bills, and tbey are con
tracts of neceasity, founded on a state of wars
and engendered by Its violence. It is also a
further consequence or tbe inability of the sub
jeots of tbe two States to communo or carry on
any correspondence or busineis together, that all
commercial partnership1, cxistiog between the
subjects of the two parties prior to the war, are
dissolved by tbe mere force and act of the war
itself; though other contracts, existing prior to
the wai', are not extinguished, but the remedy
is only suspended, and is, from the inability of
an alien enemy to sue or to sustain, in the lan
guage of civilians, a pertona tlandi in judieto.
The whole of this doctrine, respecting tbe ille
gality of any commercial intercourse between
tbe inhabitants of two nations at war, was ex
tensively reviewed, and the principal authori
ties, ancient and modern, foreign and domestic,
were accurately examined, and the poeitions
which have been laid down established, in the
case of Griswold . Waddiogton, decided in
tbe Supreme Court of this State, and afterward
affirmed on error.
Man's Duty to Woman.
Let him learn to be grateful to woman for
this undoubted achievement of ber sex, that it
is she, she far more than he, and she too oiten
in spite of him, who baa kept Christendom from
lapsing back into barbarism kept mercy and
truth from being utterly overborne by those two
greedy monsters, money and war. Let bim be
grateful lor this, that almost every great soul
that has led forward or lifted np tbe race baa
oeen lurnlshed ror eaon noble deed and inspired
with each patriotic and holy aspiration, by the
retiring lorutuae oi some spartan or more than
Spartan some Christian mother. ; . ,
Mosee, tbe deliverer of bis people, drawn out
of tbe Nile by the king's daughter, some one
has hinted, ia only a aymbol ot the way .that
woman'a better instincts always outwit tbe ty
rannical diplomacy of man. Let blm cheerful
ly remember that though the sinewy sex achieves
enterprises on publlo theatres, it is tbe nerve
and sensibility of the other that arm tbe mind
and Inflame tbe soul in secret. "A man dis
covered America, but a woman equipped the
voyage." So everywhere; man executes tbe
performance, but woman trains the man.
Every effectual person, leaving his mark on the
world, is but another Columbus, for whose lur
Making aorno laabella. in the form of hit
mother, laye down her Jewelry, her vanities,
Above all. let not man oractioe on woman
the perpetual and shameless falsehood of pre-
teuuiug aumiratioo ana noting con tempi. iei
them not exhaust their' kindness in adorning
ber person, and ask In return the humiliation
of her soul. Let them not assent to her every
high opinion, aa if abe were not strong enoueh
to maintain it against opposition; nor yet man
ufacture opinion for her, and force it on her lipa
I J- w . ., . n .
uy nictation. L.ei tnem not crucuy ner mo
tions, nor ridicule her frailty, nor crush her in
dividuality, nor insult her dependence, nor play
mean jests upon her honor In convivial compa
nies, nor bandy unolean doubts of her. aa a
wretched substitute for wit: nor whisper vul
gar suspicions of her purity,' which, as com
pared with their own, is like tbe immaculate
whiteness of angels. Let them multiply her
social advantages, enbanoe ber dignity, minis
ter to her Intelligence, and, by manly gentle,
ness, be tbe champions of ber geoiue, tbe
friends of ber fortunes, and the If
Rev. F. D. Huntington.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETO
fore between the subsori bars in this
exlstlog city nn
der the firm ot McKee A Keatieaux expired by limitation
on the flrnt day of April, 1801. Wm. H. Beatieaox.
will continue tne nuelnesaat the same puce, no. 34. North
High street. Ha will pay all claims against the firm.
and collect all tbe debts, using the Btmname for that
JA8. M. McKEE,
WM. H. BE8TIBAUX.
Columbus, 0., April 16, 1861.
I have sold to Win. n. Reatieaux my Interest In the
business of the late firm ot McKco A Kestieaax, and
hereby recommend him to the continued favor and con
fidence of the public. JAB. M. McKEE.
Columbus, 0., April IS, 1861.
S . Doylo tto Oo.
TTATE REMOVED THEIR OFFICE
the South-west corner ot High and Friend
And wilt eonUnot . to keep on band a large Stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES. ;
The attention of Merchant) and Sealers ia respectful
ly Invited to our )tnck. B., DOYLE A Co. ;
NEW HOOP SKIRT. ...
- ' No. 89, SOUTH HldlX STREET.
Have just received a new make ot HOOP BKIBTB
finished in a manner far superior to any yet introduced
for ' 'i .
DURABILITY AND GRACEFULNESS.
TTTHEN you go to New York , drive direct to the
V . BMITHHUMAHI HOUSE,
BROADWAY, CORNER OF HOUSTON BTBET .
Conducted on the ' '' '' t
flood Fan. Good looms. Prompt Attendance, and Mod
erate Charges. .. (if, v.. p ; .,-. .
SINGLE BOOMS SO OTS. 75 CTS.and It TER 1AY.-:
1 DOUBLE ROOMS and PARLORS I,W to S3.
Meals as ordered. This Hotel has all the appolntaunta
of the best hotels, a moat central location, and Is heated
throughout by steam. BAMUiL E. MEAD.
march9d3m ' , Proprietor.
' HENRY. KCEIILEB, "
(Lnte of Thalon") Establishment, H. Y.,) Proprietor e
tiia Hew York raenkinabie Boa vine, ualr Outline
Bbampooulng, Curling and Dressing Saloon,, East Btate
Street, over tne root umoo, wnera sauaiactton win
bo gives In all tho various branches. Ladles and
Children's Hair D reeling doo la tha best style.
JyOt-dly . .
SPRING CLOAKS AND BASQINESI
NSW STYLES Bain fc , Mo. II South
High street, have J tut opened new style) of Curra Cua
onLAJta. BASojnim and S acquis, made In the neweet and
moot atyllah manner. Also. Knperb AM In
Blaaek. Mllka, very heavy, designed expressly for
Mantillas and Baaqnines.' ; -' ' - japrltt
PLAIN AND FIGURED BLACK
DHB8B BILKS, of every grade. Tbe most select
assortment la tbe oily, aod at moat reanabl. rate. .
JJAlrf m BOfit
Aprils Ho. South Bi etmt.
UTHROP, IUDlNGTON&tX). c
23 &25PAEK MACE, . V. "
v , 20 & 22 MCEEAYSiaEST, a
' 3NTU W YOiOJsXsi
, ,,. IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS. OPo
; 1 Foreign and Domestic
FOR CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT.
SPRPTO, ! 1863-V ;T, .
. We are opening, at our ample warerooma, at the above
numbers, stocks of Goods In each of the six departments
of our business, superior Is anything we have hers to fore
exhibited to the trade. . . ..,.,, . , j ,,
This ha) grown to Its present magnitude ' under the
thorough management ot a buver of long experience aad
acknowledged good taste. We keep extensive line) ef
the finest and choicest ...
''' ' ' ' ': ' "AND " ''-" t
To bs found In tbe market, alt selected with the nicest
discrimination. Also, all grades, colon and varieties ofj
. SATINETS, . '
FARMERS' aod MERCHANTS' CASSIMERES, ,r
KENTUCKY JEANS, from 9), to K Oasts per yard
' ' ' and upward); - 1 ' ' "
TWEEDB, 12). to 15 cent) per yard mat year sold a
' IS to 80; i :
PRINTED BATINBTB, at U cent);' ' "
And other Ooodt eorretfondingly Lovs,
- Dress-Goods DmRTSfm: ' -
Manchester De Lalnes,
Fancy Silica, " "'-'
Printed Ohallis, ' ;-
Manchester Ginghams, -
Clinton do, 1
Ottoman Olotha, l"
Alpacas, .-, ., .,
And thi Nut Stltct Style of -
FANCY SPRING COODS.
Merrlmac Print), Richmond') Print),
Oocheco do. American .. do. j r
Pacific do. Dunnell'a do.
Bprague's do. Eogllsh do. " '
Mancheater, Ae. Prints, lie. - ; . . . ,.
DOME8TIC COTTONS. '
Lawrence 0. Bheellnp,
Atlantis A. Sheetings, i
Amoslteag . , do. .
Appleton '' ' ' do.'
Utlca, Ao.,'. do.
All Gradet and Width. J " ' ,
BLEACHED BHIRTINQS AND BHEBTINQS- ,
Wanautta, Dwight, Lairraaoe,
Lonsdale, Oreat Fall), ' Nanmktag.
bill,- Waltham, r . Boott, t ,
New York Mill), Ae-, Ao. . ,',
SHAWLS AND MANTILLAS,'
A LAIOk ANO SILICT ABSOKTMINT. , .
. ft !, 1-1
COTTON ADES a great variety. : ' :.'
CHECKS do. -)
TICKINGS all the leading brands. ' "
DKN1MB do. do. : , -.: :.
BUIRTIKG STKIPES-all the leading brands.
NANKEENS do. - do. -
00K8KT JEANS do. do. - . i
MOREENS do. do.
DAMASKS, PAPER CAMBRICS, COLORED CAM
BKIC8, Ac., Ac . . ( , . . , .
large and complete stocks of
white goods, ' ' : - -:
HOBISRT, . .
. YAIZKX KOIIOHS,
Gentlemen's Fornishing Goods,;
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS,'0 e
CARPETS AND OILaCLOTHS,
And a great variety of floods not enumerated 11 of
which we pledge ourselves so sell at the Ummt -marl-M
pricet the larger portion at from 10 to 30 par eant. less
uiau ia year . ... t f . (
LATHR0Pr LUMGlbiV i CO.,
sarS . "t
TO BUSINESS MEN.
AN EXCELLENT CHANCE EOR
reliable business men to secure a profitable manu
facturing buaineas, requiring but a small capital, in Ita
establishment and promotion. - , ,
The manufacture consist) In the application of a pe
culiar compoai tion or enamel to common red bricks, and
a variety 01 otner Duuoing material, ornamental archi.
tecturai sniahtngs,. ceutngs, tiles for fioere aod for
This enamel may be tinted of any color, from the
purest white to the deepeat black, with all Ura color
and shades between. It Imparts to the articles to which
It is applied a hardness and durability almost Incredible,
and a beauty surpassing that of the rarest and moat ooetly
of tho variegated marbles, and, unlike them, Is tmpervl
ona to moiature, and will never fade, atain, or deterior
ate, ousting but a fractional part of the price of ordinary
It la also valuable foe table and stand tope, mantle
pieces, monuments, and aa endless variety oi other arti
cles of staple use. The process of applying the enamel
is simple, while the articles enameled will command a
ready sale, affording large profits. Reepon'itye parties
may procure lioeneeo for manufacturing under the pat
ent for any city or prominent town In the United Btatee.
by applying to the aubecriber. A small tariff on the ar
ticles manufactured will be required for the as of tbe
Invention. Circulars giving full particular) will be for
warded to all applicants.
The superior merit and beauty of this enameled build
ing material to anything in us has the unqualified in
dorsement of many of the moat eminent architects', and
sclentitlo men of thi) and other cities.
For particulars address '
General Agents for Eoamaled Buildlog statatlai,
ap d3m. S3 NASSAU ST., NEW YORK.
FIRST . ,,. , ,,",
OPENING OFTHE SEASON
. . . " OF '.) . w-v:
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
JlT P. ROSE'S.' '
I ; AGAIN OFFER TO THE PUBLIC
an entire new stock of Goods In my liucjuet purch
ased in New Yorkat the oheapest panic rates.all of which
I shall sell at the smallest profits, for Cash . My custom
ers aad friends are rsspectfully invited te call and exam
ine my Gooda and Prices, as I am determined to sail aa
cheap or cheaper than any other bouse in the city; aod
aa I do my own Cutting, and superintend my own hoai-
neas, I feel assured, irons my long exprttnoe inMM
ness, to give general satisfaction. Tbe finest of work
men are employed, aod all work done strictly to time and
on abort notice, and warranted to fit. - Strangers visiting
ourclly won Id consult their Interest by giving aa a call
before purchasing elsewhere. n. . . ROHH.
marchM dly Cor. High andTowasu.
Watches! Diamonds! Silver Ware M!
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF, COLD
and Silver Watches, in great variety. , J . .
I am Agent for the AaaauAH Wavow Co t and can
sell the excellent Watches at ssaanaactunraf piioas,
either Wholesale or Retail. , .: "i .n
Come and chooae from my beautiful display of Dia
monds and other rich Jewelry. Strksnew prlceelow.
Aa to Silver War of sterling quality, I oaa show new
patterns, very nsndsome- 1 " -
Silver Plated War Tea Setts, Urns, Walter), Oaa lore.
Baskets, Pitchers, Goblet, Knives, Forks, Spoons, A.
Than I bar a supply of fin Table Cutlery, Pocket
t Tabl cutlery, rocaet ,
y Fancy Oosd wh aa . 1
k prime aa are an Indue-
Kniv, Vurara, o., aaa many
are desired tor present at audi
aani th ourcbaMr.
no, iu Money oiocx,
msrSl - Notth side Stat Bone squar.
V Columbus,' Ohioy
. ". . DEALER IN
FINE AND STAPLE GROCERIES,' ' rS
.'v FLOUR, SALT. LIQUORS,
'.' v; woodehwarb; ' '
CORDAGE, ETC., ErO.