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OHIO, TUESDAY; M0EMN6.:JUNE 4 1861.
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SEC DOLLARS PZ3 YIAE,
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T-'lr' A If II IK- MTiln 11 II II II II II
in
-i.u-n DAILY; TEI-WECKLY AND WEEKLY
it ui vim" "i i i'i i a, t'l , .;' j
, MANyPENNY A MILLER,
ET Office Hos.88, S8 and 40, eTorth High It.
TBBM8. ravEUBLT IN ADVANCE.' 10
aiiiUvf ; y ts wrier, per week, nit cents
1 . Ijiu iii ol L it iTd Ms ,jjjrr To i
On iaon rwekt.'.94 00
One " 1 month. S (10
AitTerldemenU lwdtd and pled In th toluuiol
ki iu'pwmnmiocis-oneMiAarHMrtrfaMf
All nulioM requlreo to be pablUhed hj Uv, lepjtftiw.
giwna an wo inuae xcintlTCiy siur toe Orel week
. ... ) pel MOk nore tnkn uietftavi (steal but alUaM wll
n i L OT-l It' I.I . , f
BuilneuOanle, not exeeodlnr five hoe, pet year, la'
- do, i super line: oatitd j '.11. A ,
Natloee of meetingi, ehartublai eeletlea, fire otmptnleo
kc, half price. . ,.-, ,1 ; t-
All tranHtnt adntrtitemmtt mtut b paid to in
aifflM rV- -.ill i i a .
w -uv A a I will Hill IHin '
weekljri aane price ai the Pally, where In adrertleer
On . " .jvaek,.., 175
One ' " Sdaje...'100
One el IT", n daye ...
One " ..llnjerttoa
half more than tha abar
. 4
los the Weekly alone. Where . ha Ball aal Weekto
an both need, then the eharga lor tha wekl via be
ovi uie raieeoi we vauy ,. ' .! i . '
No adverUeeneut taken except lor definite period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
. a. b. smxnrs,'; :
Attornoy j tt Xn, w
,Iir:i?,;:AfJD NOTARY PUBLIC, , "
Offlce-'Amboi Balldlnj, oppoilte Capitol Bojurf.
0OLrjJ(BU,0HI0J
OOLTTMBTJO
Machine Mannfaetnring Company
saa-.'t -i . .! t'.i a i : pom
iy Joo o to B C CPU 0 .8 a e .oJyiQ!)!
........7 MiNoraOTUaiEi or
STEAM r ENGINES BOILERS,
-
Caitingf, KUl-esurlng, MMalawy
Rftllroad 7TorlS.
or tTKtT crscurnoK. j 1 . i ;
r : ! OOIiVllIBDS. OHIO.
OHABAMBOS; Sop't. P. AJIBOB, Trea.
deell. ISSB-tf. -, .
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
Pof Cincinnati, Dayton A Indiaiiapolii!
Through to lndianacolis without Change Of Can
od bat One Change of Care between ;J
J Columbua and St. Loiis. i '.".' 1
. ;,, . -J - . '
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLDM-
V- f; ;;; .
FIRST TRAIN. : y, '':
"":'J,"'fl)aliy, Hondari excepted, J i k
NIGHT EXPHtSSB, via Dayton, at l:4S a. B.,atop
, ping at London, Xenla, Dayton, Hiddletown and Hamil
ton, arriving at Cincinnati at 8:10 a. n.iPayten at &:4i
a.m., Indlanpo Uat 10.48 a. m.iUt. Loulaat U.iO
.t I';-' : SECOND TRAIN-,'.; tvf
' ACCOMMODATION, at 6:10 a. m., ttopphig at all Bta-
UonibaMreeaOelanibueand ClnetnnaQand Dayton, af.
Hring at Cincinnati li:i a. m., vayton at:la
1 Indlaaopoll af tfiH p. m.
" THIRD TRAIN, ; V ,
. . SAY SXPSB8,at 9:30 p. m., flopping at Alton,
Jefferaoai ,Loodon, Char Ice ton, Oedartllle, Xenia,
... Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow, Dee rile Id, Foetar,
Lore land, HUlfordand Flainvllle, arrlytng at Olneln-
natl at 7:20 p. m.( Bt. Louie at W ml Dayton at t.a p
.; Indianopolliat 10:3a p. at. ; .1. .i, .. t,r.'.
i aJleoplner Oar en all Nlrht Trains tm
Uiacianaii ana jaaianapoiia
IIAGGAC5 CIIECKJib TUKOtTGH.
',' for further Information and Through Tickets, apply to
Mi U. DUUIKXX,
Ticket Agent, Union Depot, Oolnmbae, Ohio.
W, WOODWARD,
., n ',. Bnperintendent, Clndnnatt.
jno. w.SonBtir
. Jnl3 Agent, Colombae,
.I- ,i
.7
; ", . just Becelvedl
iaa HF. CIS GHEEIV and BLACK
1UU TJBAS 100 bags prime Kla- Co nee. - .
1 AO pockete old Dutch Oovernment Java Coffee.
. 1 ft bags Ceylon Coffee. n; , , i : i "
. SOObbls. standard White Sugars, eoneletlng of Pow
dred, Ohruthed, Granulated A aad Ovffee.
i. 60 quintals George Dank Codfish, in.:
.. 80 bbli. Men and No. 1 Mackerel. .. , . ,v. i.
.. ft tea. Piok Salmon. .Y. : .v.';
1
.
need
oi
by
to
it
ble
bad
ever
not
Hud
to
rn
.. lOOba. Layer lUnina. , a i1,, i . " v
i60 hi. box do i do i; j -4 J-fi.i - , ,
.I lOOojr.box do da ..( ' .. : , : .'" : ,
- 100 M Cigars, different brands and grades.
.. nor7 . t , - wm. Mcdonald.
Mi C. LI L LEY .'
Z3XlNrZliJ.L
Ani Blank-Book Mannianturer,
jTOETH SIBH bTBIXT, COIiUIQUI, OHIO
aarll-dly !!
: ', eteWhite and.Blne
JEtAtjl
1
i.l H
.7; M:
It?. .i, ):., ;.. .! .'! ..!
CALICOEI, ' '.'
. xaiiiuuiis,
SILKS,
NECK 11ES. . , :., .1 u
Justopsaedby VV'r:.i.'.
, BAIN at BOH,
aprM f!' No. M South High street.
NEW HOOP SKIRT, i,';,', '
''iXt. tQ, BOUIB Hiatt MBBir.' 'i.
Have Juit received a new make of HOOP SKIRT!
flnlsbed In a manner far superior to spy yet Introduced
for ' . 1 - 'y , .
DURABILITY AND GRACEFULNESS.;
...... i i i
V I )'!
TrrniTK wheat bkaudbd , 2 ,
JVom ' Bamett ShUS," Springfield, 0. the best brand el
Vlonr brought to enr market. Batltfaetlon guaranteed.
WM. McDONALD'B, . ,
Por sale only at,
VT ....1
109 South nigh street
ttrABnAwrKD fa brio
v I A-isieti snrn soiomi yialn a
' i , BDirtinir aoe Bosom Llnem
i !l:Vi
Irish; Linen'' 06!
is..i.ivf .a w-j
rWowlfcste6f'i!
' Linen Hheetlnge and FUlbiV Oastngs:' " )
i Linen Cambrics and Long Lawns'.
iinvn vamnnca ana lion Lawnmf
Linen Pocket handa'fs. all elna i
i l Linen Towellings aad Diapers
r-.!I
.Mil ,feiu;l
Linen Nankins and D'Ovliu,
iixnooMoealalrte Oletbaaad Satin Daajanr.'! '.' 5 "
rtl tVI9tv) ,wmin-i to : Ve. M Boath Hlsb sines.
.'TOlfr?BTX,S RIBBONS TABS. AND
nirrinva .i.u. i a j
aprlW
ON. ' j
No. 88 South High street. -
V'A'XEXANDRES 'KID GLOVES.
V AllsUes and colors Just pmd at BAINS,
Mo. XO SouUi Hlih itraal. '
t tfH It! IHiil il'..."!.
r: -a .:ifi:'0fl
I rrj 1-r.l .1 it'lA ;ViI.
-ai3
o uWOEOESTBR'S
HQXAL QUARTO ft
tut lf.l u 0?
in uneapert Uecauie tno Beit.
i
.eig t'.lh- .':.( -IV-,.. .J I' '- n. i i'.U'y.lyJUf.
standard
The Jriaat Rellab
tharltr ef tha Enarllah Laarnare.n
"TBI tut' "JWOtiBHDfOTtONABT 'lXTANX.''
'H r'Hft pwarHf-C Hmdlwi' Tnoneaad orfi,
Whoa multlfarlou nieanlngi and derlrationa, toywUier
wiia wen eximeinauiapaaapfntaneiauon areeieaily
aa (A4 vteuuynt or tm Membwi of Me OM Utt
The nndentned.aeembere of the Ohio Btata Tarlitn'
eeeeiauon, adopt ana ala ' twee m teeehine, errltini
ane fpeaktnr, the orthography ana pranunolal
lasosoaa BTiaia.,lolparillgn 'jX-K-T!ry
ad. 'v. r:t:-v : :.- i .f.s W J
K. f. Hoalrroir.Trinclnal Cleveland Inetltnta. t -
J. A. QakftiLD, Preildent or KleoUo IoitUnle, Ql-I,
an honor to the author, fha publishers, and the whole
Hoe
.tlon..of
WareeeMra ftoval OaaHa Dlotlonar. and M moet ear.
dlelly reoomaend It aa tha nost reliable standard aa
thortty of the Bnillah lannax. as It Is now written and
epoaen.
toate Ahaaaws. President Kenvon Oolleee.
M.'P.jLaaiieui, Soperlotondent Eanesvtlle Boheols
iaoe. w. uaavar, Bnp't Maaetlon Union Bchoola,,
StrF; OowuatT. Stipn Pnbtls Schoels, Sandnaky,
Joh Ltbow, Snp't fohlaj sVhools. Ctrelavilla.
i. M. aUmD, Priadael Clevud lemele lemlna-
. ..-,.-.. .... .. : .
ww. Hneno. ob' rxiiia pcaoaie. at. unian.
Joh OaacM. Princlnal State Normal school. Minna.
Sota. -' - : .
Crane Naaow. Mnrnal iMril Tntetnedlata lehnnl.
WIUUUIUKU . ... . ,
H. B. BiaaTnt, Bop I Contofl Unfon schools. '
Inwia Baeat. Prtnotpal HoNeSIr Normal Bchoet. '
lu T. Tarraa, Prof. Mathematics Ohio University.
Wh. W. IdwiIM. Snn't Tra IJnlim Sehooi.
A. Q. Horxin. PrlMlnal West Hlrh school. Aleve-
land. . , '' '' ' ' 1 -
B. A. NoaTOR. AssooiaM Prlltal Hlffc School. Cleve
land. ' ... .; '
W. ti. Jinan. Prof, of Ohemlitrr. Ahla Waetenii
Unlverelty.
H. H. Baajnnr. w- " ' i - Oommoii Minflla.
vmo . .. , ....
Java Momtoa, Praf . Khetorle, Oberlln College.
Toe.Huj.,Preildent AnUochOollese. a
ehool.Oanm. - 73 r,-rr.
ft Oi-Onoiinarjaa.,'PrafL Iimnci; Ttl B1iiul.
n ' : . fs --- .r - - - 1
S. M. Hiaen, Brrp't Unkl Schooll, Alhlaid.
Hort than Sim Bvndnd oOtt PralitnU or MU.
09, Proittiori. AmtKori and JlHnouUkd JUuea-
tort, nav tnaonta in aoot Hniiment.
IT tift; V.:i . taU, '.1 !i--ti isij:..." -
PRESIDENTS OF. COLLEGES IN OHIO.
Maxima Oottaoa "rahrtrory a magnificent work,
eo nn try." Free Uleat Andrewe
Ome WsxuTAaUamasiTT."It exceeds myeipecta
Uons. It will be n an Ida In orthMraohv and nrannn.
elation, and will often be consulted by ae for ite neal
ana accurate aennmons," freeldent Ibompioa.
W. K. loucno Oolliob. "Heretotara we hava aiad
Webster's orthography. At tecent aeatlat of our
su liar. Oot'or:-f fln4 li wortt, of
approbation. ? 'President Bitoboook. ,' r-' r "
Tacnlty.lt wa decided to change It to conform to thatl
Worcester's Beys! Quarto Dictionary ."-President
Oarneld.
Westsaa)
eordlai
QSOUia OOLUOB. "It aura thu maeta n amluila.
tlone. I reeommend it as tha atandard autharitw in
oruoepy to wj cnnorsD ana my pupils." r resident
AjmooB rntlma --"T adantand aun t In bad.
Wlitioi aad sneaklne. the orthoaraoh aad nranau
oiauoa oi . noroastere oyat vnarto vicUonary."
Praaldeal BUI. . i .,i r. i ..' ,
"In all BT wrltlne. SDeaklna.and teachlnv. T hava an.
deavored t eeafora to tbe rales for ortbography and
proBHooauon aa eouiainea in n oroester s DloUonary.
Horace Mann, late President. r. i'
Knrros Ootxtae. Oiasn. 'I mort eordlallv Koom.
end It as tha meat reliable etandard aatharlt af ih
slleb. lasguate aa It Is now wrluea and spoken."
aieeiocnt ABUiewa.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
from J7e. Anton Smyli, OmmUUmr of Common
. moh n vow,
'The Dictionary la aa Imnarlahabla naannmanft ta tha
learninc and Industry of Its author, and an honor to tha
world of letters. The mechanical execution Is far supe
rior to that of an other Lei loon with which liau
AnatBteeV', . ,.; ,'i i . i , .
From. Man. B. B. Sanuv. Xt-QmrnUrionor
School in Ohio.
"The most reliable standard authority of tbe lan
guage.!' . . ... .... .. ,;:- -
... nutMs w.ij!t-.. '
Ijeadlna Neywerpaperra of Ohio Say
from Ih Clmlant Berald oj March SB.
The orthography of the Worcester Dictionary la that
by moet. If not all. authors of distinction In this
oountry and Bngland, and conforms to too general usage
orainary writers sou speaaera. -Whatever
preludlcea may have existed previously.
careful etudy ef this volume will Invariably be followed
a warm appreciation or lis great merits, and a desire
aaa it to toe well seieotea uorar. na it taria or email.
is a library tottseu, ana win remain aa Imperisluv
reoord of the learning of Its compiler. ; '
row ih Cincinnati Oommtrcial of JprU 90, '
X3 i -M ....J. - - lM4 A AmiimuI VahIm .t
and Indifferent whose multifarious meanings and
derivations, together with their correct ipelllng snd pro
nunciation, are eo clearly before the eye. The work Is
unquestionably the greatest Xhesaarus ol English Words
puousnea., . ; . ,.,... ..
trom th CltUmi PlainStaUr of Stpt. 80, 1800.
Ivldently Woaoxerae's Rotal Orjaavo Dicrtoaiav U
oniv IA4 hut. Out tM dt wort of fit cind ever e
, and oma by ao powibillty suffer by eompsrison or
conuoveisy-:;... ... .
- ' from (h Tblt&o Mai of itay 29
As to raoncwoiATioa. Woacrma is m Btavbasb
followed by oar beet aathorat In definitions he leaves
nothing to be desired, and In OanooSAreT K Is sunlatenl
say that woacxana can be safeiy followed..
IlfGHAlH BBACG, ,
uiiiueri, sswaaeeisere ex. asaxionaret
RO. 11 BUPIRIOB BT., OLITILAND, OHIO,
ssatt'' "'
the
of
or
, the
ict,
the
that
this
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT ;
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of
:
DlTdnd Janwarr 1 180 1 45 Per Cent,
DO
ASSITS.... ..ai.813.S5o SO.
Statament lanaarr I 186 it
Balaaca, per rtataaent Ju. 1st, 8W....t),)8,S81 39
Beoelred for Premiums dor . ,
Ins tbe soar 10 8703.031 S3
Received for Interest during . . - '
the year ,.800,.v..m.. 814,014 19
U V U 41. .1 w III hi ! .
Total ieeste'e-f JMOr.v.SOT.087 74
Paid 0 lalaae by Deatb48u7,060 W -: .
rata rousieg surren- , , ,
1 dered 41.111 80 "
Paid Salaries, Pa.fr - ' i!
age. Taxes,' -t' "w-r:.
ebanew.eM...w S1.030 M ' '"' ' " ' '
Paid Ooeaalsslons to , '
Agente. .......... SI.XS 30 ' ' - ' , , ;:U
Paid Physldans fees. 5,0S 7S ' i. ' , .
Paid Annuities. ..... . U17 00 . . i (' ;
Paid Slvldeiuls dar- - : j
log tbe year ,...,.180,500 75 503,091 03 411,978 14
Vt Balfice January 1st, 1881..,...'. .'.3,81S,JJ8 W
Agency
public,
article.
I
,..,.., ASBIIB..,..,-,: , ..,
la
I Hwlai, vitivkj-v vi w yww wu, vu tun x i . 11
" ttnuarlcVsAUnsxMetSAM
I " prior to January l.apajrsbataeiwiSttaglo the
fluhea handti.rt.ni i. 81,0284 19,
Bonds and Mortgagesoa Baal. .
suie, wena eounie w i ;l
aaaaul loanada. 8.387.841 88
Premium Motes, on Polleles .IM i ,, .,i.
inwin,.i"jiiuiiiii.ri . . i.
Sent. Interest.... m. i.S79.864 17 , .., ,
teal Ba1M:..'...M.V.' . 90,893 87 ..
LoaosonSerlp. ...... ....... ' "4 5,931 44 , . ,i , .f .
Premmms,otesandOaslj,ta .. . .
eorse of tuasmisiloa,,,. 45,343 75 ,. .... )( ,' :
.. -tf JotLAjsel e ft 4 eej st tyefe a,f f) 3,81358 80
Ti 8T Pellcles In forei; wsrl'a,yV..8S0i486i638
' Mlinew Polleles have bean Uiaed during the year. ,
i After si barefll ealeaUitlea eT the eresent value of the
raettandlnf Pollcteeof the "Company , and hsvtng the
naaeeeofY eateMiel reaerrw therefqr, the Directors
nave declared a Divmrsnol so peroent. on uie rrtml
crceant rule of tha Compear, i. o ml jr.. A v t i
-Kates for all ktadaol Lit Ooatagemlfar PrcrpaoV
baet.BtaMments, and ApplleaUoaa, will a furoltbed
wiTHoevfiiajtas, at the Qffloe ee AaenessS she oaf.
Peay.'-.si woe;-. ' ' ,-. .Hi "I. i-i"i "ill ''i' nl'iiolli
i.i j,, m l ,x SOBT. L. PATTIRSON, Prestdeat.
In, . -,L. O.OROVBhVtaePiwstdsat. w.ii.
id.". C MIJULBR, Seeretary, . uvlii t
:i , n,,.r, .-,, j SA..AA, AiKESOIV, Agm,nt
la area 88, IMV,,,.'; T,1Bla.7.;- 0junbus, ff,
thick
in
of
It Is
It
a
scalp,
place
hair
aa
after
be
,
tie
tbe
mail
).-i;i
ui
pniH is, ail wiauu,af aoeteelebratad ukaa.
aeW scared In rraatMt v..i-i. makes,
. . . Hwtmr
SAIfl
J
ar.uO 1o huh ww btu r tst( .tent i9:n I
ris.!H 4.U'i;r,,1 .rA .w.mm i::,., i,,.,;,!!
it Xiw? : -.!'. V""t v-.-v eeiUirJ '
") 1 -
Sciomitt;6rKiii'EviI:
wjHsfttiitional jdUoaaeaVotrvntion of "the
tilrtnfl t ti-M.M 1 7 u.-j
weok, arid poor. Being in the circulation, it
pervades tho whole body, and may buret out
hi aueose on any part or. it. no organ u tree
frpift its attack", nor i there one .which it may
not ucrjroy, , Alio acroiuipua taint u varioualy
caused by mercurial diaeate. low living, die.
ordered or unhealthy foqd,. impure air, filth
ana niuiy iiodiu,. Uie acprcssing vices, and,
above all,, by the venoreai,. infbctioru- What
ever be its origin, it i hereditary in the con
ititution, descending t fiqiu porenta to ehildren
unto thetliiid and fourth generation ; " indeed,
it seems t be. Uie-yodet' Him who aaya, VI
wU ,yjsit, th inlquiuee of the futhera upon
viytu wmuisnfV,,' . t i' t -i . " U ; m
: ita offecta eommence by deposition from the
blood of . corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in
tho Jungs, liver, and internal orgsns, b termed
tubercles; in the glands, awelung- and on
toe aunaeo, eruptloia or tores. Ti lis foul cor
mption; which gendere in the bloodj depresses
me energies oi we, so that sarorulous constitu
tions not i only: Suffer ffom 'scrofulous com.
plaintavbut 'they have far 1cm power to with-
suma in aiwcKs- or other uiseitecs; cense-
qiientlyi'raet" numbers' perish by 'disorders
which, filtlioush not scrofulous in thctr nature.
arc stilt ' rendered fatal by this taint in the
fcystcmi' ' Host of the consumption which de
cimates the human family has its origin directly
in this1 scrofulous contamination; and many
J . .i. m., ,. ... .
uciuucuvo uiseases or tno liver, Kiuneys, urain,
and, indeed, of all the orirnns. arisa from or
me aggrnvutea oy wo same cause, i .
. One quarter Of all our neonla are sn-ofnlBiia i
mcir persons are uivaaca Dy this lurking in
fection, and tlieir health is undermimd hvlt
To clcanso it froui tlie system we must renovate
TT'
,ficato ; U.hy healthy food and exercise.
a.meojctne WO supply in
., , . ;
Conipound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical
skiu oi 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 the blood, end the rescue of the
system from ' its destructive consonnpnrpn.
Hence it should be employed for the cure of
not only Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions which orise from it, such as Eruptiys
and Slew Diseases. St. Anthony's Finn.
JJ ' ' EarsirELAS, Pimpi.es, Pustules,
Bi.orciir.8, Blains and Boii.s, TvMons, Tettss
and Salt Hiirom. Scalb HeaT). lliNownnw.
ItirKtiiATiH, Syphilitic and Mercuuial Dis-
indeed; xtt CoMrUiim akisino ruo Vitia
ted; ou Imvuht. Sioo. Ilio poDulor belief
S1' ud yirtuo PWr
'? " puriiynnu regenerate tins vital fluid,
Ikfllhrtllt tif imli 1...UU : - : '11. I
nnuwu H.H lUIUltt l UlipOisylUlU lU
contaminated constitutiong.
Cure,
in " tmnliritu of the Hood" is founded in truth,
fir aprnftiln !an,L.nn.i; 1.1 1 ni.L
. : " ' rou The sPEEor ctiae or '
Intermittent Fever, or Fever sndlgut,
n.,-lll.nl 1. - vn " .
Ke. Periodical lleR.lnrhe, or Dillons
Headache, and llillana Imn.
for the whole claaa of diaeaeea orla;lnat-
tha Malaria of Mlaematia Countries.
We are enabled here to offer tho cnmmitnliv a
remedy which, while it cures the above complaints
.,m ..iwiiilt, etui iirrircii. iiarniiese in any
minniil. . . . -1, a -J :. i I.. 1. 1 : J:.:
u..um. uvi " icmeuj i Aiivniunuic in ui.iriuis
where those aillictiiig disorders prevail. This
i' im expels the miasmatic noison of Fever
and Ague from tbe system, and prevents the de
velopment of the disease, if taken on tha first an.
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only
best remedy ever yet 'discovered for this class
complaints, but also the cheapest. The large
quantity tve sunnlv for a dollar bnnos it within th
reacn oi every uoay j and in bilious districts, where
xevc a.iu aovs prevails, every oooy should
have it and use it freely both for cure and protec
tion. A treat superiority of this rcmedv over anv
other ever discovered for the speedy and certain
oi intcrmittcnis is mat it contains no (Juinine
mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
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i ever and Ague is not alono the consequence of
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p, 'loothrtclt, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, PaL
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will be excreted from the system, and cannot
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ease, lit nee it is even more valuable for protec
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mittents if they avail themselves of tho protection
remedy affords. ... . . ;
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MIs M. E. YOUNG, late of New York City,
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experience" In the most fashionable Xttabllshment In
Broadway will alone be a warranty that she will be able
give entire satisfaction la matters of taste to all who
mayfavor her wita their orders. :.
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my sincere thanks for their libera! patrontge, end
would respectfully solicit a eentlnusnce of the same.
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68 East Tewn St.,
sprll-d3m-eod
Colnmbns, o.
Wholesale and Retail Depot for
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lm, monald,
' : DEALER IN
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IN AT.T. nr.lP TAITt?Trpa
For
IN ALL HEIR VARIETIES.
MssMmsj
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itho Fall and' Winter Trade
Of il860-61
KJ-KETUBNINSTl SINCERE THANKS
THU PUBX1C for past savors aodpstron-
and being DETEHUlllvED to JUIERIT
continuance of same by strict atteatlante
trade, and prompt deliwerr af Oooda,
weald call the ne Ilea ef tbe public to the fact that
having ,ssarg and well Selected Stock cn
and being la dally receipt of goods from the differ
ent markets,'! flatter myself that loan offer to thedn
seos of Columbus, or to any who may desire to purchsae,
assortment of articles appertaining to thsGROCIBT
UNEQUAEED by any house In the city.
price and quality ef the goods offered, I guar.
antea to sjito Malefaction.
Goods Delivered Free of Cbarge.
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AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE
AsidL Seed Store,
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GENERAL HARDWARE,
NATLfe, GLASS, BASH, PUTTT, 00RDA0B,
s3aosi ristolet Wood Willow Ware,
the aad Rubber Bettiaf, laoe Leather, Hoes and
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CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS,
THE FOLLOWING CnANOES WERE
stade In tbe the officers of this Bank, January toth,
to Witt W. A. Putt, Praatdoat, aod Taoaas
Moosm, Cashier, resigned their offloee. Davis Tailos,
was then elected President and Wa. A. Platt ap
pointed Cashier. '
By order ef me Board of Dlreatore. ' . ,
rb?rSwtf.;,..,, , ; W.A.PLAW.Csehler.i,
MINK MUlfS. TICTOBINES and CUFFS we are
new celling at very low prices, alio all other kinds
to
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Trl-Weekly,perrsar.......M....M.n.....M 1 00
Weekly, peryeat , 1 00
Gay Officers—Epauletted French and
Russian Soldiers.
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i Mrs Willis, in the Htm Journtt of iaet
week, makee oopioas extracts from an English
won on ine Crimean campaign, which Is, as
yet, unpublished In this oountry. ' We copy the
touowing exceneni portraits or rrencn and Kus
Slab ollloersf". ' .-.. ,t..i -.i,
TH ISINCH PPFICIR BIS OtNISAL OBAIAOTIR.
He is a cariosity of , vanity, lonhommi and
contrivances. , He is at anca lari.h anifvwir.
deojlrg of a ticklish honor, yet of easy Inter
course, , i oe great leading-star of bis lire Is
finery I do not mean mere Boery of drese, or a
simple loveol baubles, but finery in everything
finery of idea, of language, or manner. He
thinks in hie heart that Napoleon the First's
proclamations to tbe army are the finest things
m literature, ao Deueret uvweaitny marri
ages, in rank and forlnna acanired euddenlv
He will even act In youth often under tbe strong
impression that ha himself will be amobg tbe
loriunate. Leot is ratner a glory than a dis
grace to bim. He is even apt to give himself
me creoit oi it wnen be Has been too prudent to
incur tbe reality. . He ie very polite and sood-
natured, but equally sensitive. Do not judge of
mm py ms ngnt, easy, odd, eareless philosophy.
It conceals au extraordinary earnestness and
ueptn oi cnarecter a quick sense of every beau
ly or sorrow in life. He will nroleaa the looaaat
ana most corrupt ideas, wrapped op In an enl
gram that will almost make an Englishman's
bair stand on end. In reality his heart Is as
pure as a onua a ana as gentle as a maiden's.
tie may be even pioua. though be would not
own it on any account i and be has a botish
pride to bis dying day in giving himself out for
worse man ne is.
HOW HI "KRP9 Vt ArMAkANOIS."
He It a great stickler for sonearancea before
the world. He will have varnished toes, thonoh
hefltpana his own boots: and clears, thoueh
oircamstanoes render it prudent or him to dis
pense with his breakfast He would, I bellevo,
refuse a dinner simply because he was hungry;
and he would be certain to act with excessive
coldness and kauttur If he felt bis heart weak
ening toward any one who offered him a benefit.
He will profess tbe most laree and liberal views
on politics, but he would entirely decline to put
them personally into practice. . He Is incanable
of Intention to deceive on this or any other sub
ject. He merely deceives himself. He is de
lighted with the finery of repnblictn phrases
and arguments, also with tbe hazard of express
ing tbem at the present crisis. But and do
not forget this be Is eminently an aristocrat
by nature. Equality in France only applies to
commercial clerks snd bagmen and even they
wish it only to Include tbe classes above them.
Tbe students of tbe Qusrtier Latin, Indeed, ap
near to act aa if they wished it sincerely, bat it
s only in appearance. I hry nave no objection
to place themselves on perfectly equal terma
with a grisette, but they wonld absolutely re
fuse to sup with her brother, or to be on friend
ly terms with a waiter anywhere, but at a cafe
or a restaurant.
HIS IDEA Or LIFE. . .
The French officer understands the art of llv.
Ing agreeably better than any nerson whatever.
He looks upon his pleaenres as necessities: and
no more grudges the price of them than that
oi bis food or olotbes. He considers that a fair
share of his income belongs natnrallv to theatres
and domlnoea. He ie never haunted by remorse
ror naviog so appneo. it. tie loves to live
gsyly oat of doors, end he will do so, to what
ever privations be may have to submit at home,
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no man is more uneemsn or nis pleasures, or
has a clearer idea of social ties. He would not
Hesitate for an instant to give bis Jast frano to
mistress or a friend; and be passes at once in
romance and dreamland, when be thinks of
nis family al borne. He bae an unsneakable
tenderness for his mother and slaters the lof
tier t, most indulgent love for bis wife tbe mot
penect respect ana propriety or conduct towards
bis father, and his brother Is usually also his
friend and comrade. He has especially the
happy art of making something of nothing, and
gooa out oi an mings.
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HOW HE "OETS HIMilLr VI."
He was born an exoellent tailor, a tasteful
dresser on small means. He has a happy knack of
putting oooiaciotnes wnicn quite conceals their
age and infirmities. - He knowe more about the
proper entertainment ior moustaches than an
Austrian t and riS cloves are irreproachable.
though he may long have made up his mind to
renounce toe nuiaen luxnry oi stockings.
HE IS AT HOME IN COMPANY.
He is admirable in all departments of drawine
room conversation, persiflage, and ladies' small
talk, immediately ne arses near a ladv. in
deed, there occurs a mo?t visible change In his
manner and Dearlng. He feels himself on the
stage of his dearest triumphs. He begins to
nrignten np ana sparine, ne oeoomes interest
Ing, almost affecting, In his graee and gallantry.
flirts without offence an art to whloh other
men can hardly attainlor flirtation is as natural
him as a certain anynesa - and awkwardness
toward stranger ladiea la an Englishman. His
conversation is positively a cure for hypochon
dria. It is so shrewd, clever, and worldly-wise
yet so light, polished and airy. Ha can jest
without wounding, and set even a rival at bis
ease. I am alraid be is a little given to exsir
geration, from that love of finery In language
wnicn nas oeen aireaay pointea out; ' oat be
would scorn a lie, and you may place a trust as
implicit in bis word as in his friendship. One
his great weaknesses is, perhsps, a meretri
cious scorn of small appearanoes. This seduces
bim into thousand lollies; to be lavish with a
slender purse, and to give where he would flud
wiser to receive. He has tbe most nervous
dread of shame and ridicule. - He would sooner
stabbed than sneered or laughed at; and he
not very correct Ideas about that which Is
ridiculous and that which Is not, so that the ab
surd scorn of a fool would pain him as much as
reasoning smile of a wise man. He is a
materialist in speech, but In speech only for his
secret soul is filled with all the burning phanta
sies of romance, and the loftieat aspirings of
ambition and chivalry. He hardens . and even
becomes morose in misfortune, bathe overflows
again with philanthropy and kindness at the first
smile of returning happiness. He it tbe very
model of a soldier. . .i ..t
t , v,' THE BUiSIAN OFriOIft. )
He is a trim, slim, soldierly, distinguished
looking man i not handsome, nor even good
looking, bat nice. He Is shaven to tbe extreme
neatnese. His clipped moustaches are fault
less. Tbe general elegance of his exterior Is
Indisputable. His uniform Is astonishingly well
made. His manners are charming. He has
none of tbe cold, haughty reserve towards
civilians which characterizes the Austrian offi
cer. If you shake hands with him, he gives
a courtly yet cordial squeeze, that yon
might fancy hie very well-bred soul was In his
warm, agreeable fingers. In sooiety he is de
lightful. His conversation positively sparklet
good sayings, and is interesting Irom Its
profusion of tbe most apt acd well-told
anecdotes. His courtesy Is winning to a degree.
apologizes more readily and gracefully for
mott trifling aocident than any gentleman
Europe- i You feel positively eader an obli
gation so him for having Inadvertently trodden
you toe, or inserted hit .elbow in your ribs
a crowd. .! i u- u v-
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:.; k,, WHAT BE SAVe.y-i iL.i'i(-. :- '
He Is to acoompliehed a linguist that yoa
would inwardly confess he speaks your own Ian
guage better thin you do yourself. All lan
guages, Indeed, ssem to come natural and easy
bim. Then he Is a traveller, and each a trav
eller! He speaks with qual familiarity about
North Pole and the Tropios. He tells yon
precisely what you wish to know. " In a few pun
rent sentenoea he raises a picture In Your mind
any place or pefson-spidtnrtof snob finished
perleci aeeuraey, mat tips win try in vain
," ,n.,-i.'w at ill ' d5 C bo:al.'ua uum out '
r.'.'S ,r.r:n OOli ila Jl'l irtubiSO e! II
tsg:;;'! tt vs .abityoi )
1
yet be Is said to be the author of one of the
moet remarkable oamDhlets of tha da, and bta
Information on literature Is astounding. He
knows tbe policy aod public men of every State
In Europe thoronghly. 'He has .dined with
tbem, and be knowe more about tbem than yoa
and I, who bare lived tamiliarly with tbem all
oar uvee-- t dis is not pretence or raniaronadei
bis knowledge ie ptrfeotly submissive to good
taste; it is never-brought forward Intrusively
but itomee at lb firs Call when wanted, and
it is perieotiy sound.. He would tell you some-
iuiuk new oi JUora imon. or -or. tour own
h.nli,A. kl-L' - I I . , ' ' I f . r
viubuei, wuiuuwuuiu pat ms snaraoier oeiore
yoa in s ' different ' light to any In whloh you
oaa niuerto considered n. ' Prom the Intrica
cies and oddities ef tbe British Constitution to
the last raw theories of the newest ranuhlican.
fern In Germany, snd . the private opinions of
nuaoipo, tne nity-seeona Hereditary Margrave
of Noodleland, everything is equally familiar
tO Dim. ! :;,), i..; !' .i'w .:.;,! Ij
. '-iLl -. s WHAT HE itUtVES. 3 ' '
Ho has not tbe smallest prejudice on any sub
lefit whatever.' Ynri n.nnnl nn. . with kin..
bis ideas are ao fluent, and appear eo reasonable
when uttered, that panting dissent tolls after
mem in vain, lie appears to Lave considered
every scheme of government which hat ever
attracted the attention of mankind He
believes that of Russia to be the best. Be does
not quarrel with you for thinking differently
if yoa really do so . Every man may enjoy bis
opinion, and he respects yours, though he cannot
pariase or it. . ,
. ., ,, HIS SEAL OHASAOTEE.
Such is tbsdsztling surface of tbe character
of many among tbe higher classes of tbe most
extraordinary people In the world; bnt go deep
er, and yoa shall marvel at the low deptha of
lie iniamy ana aiegrace, tne completeness ol
its rottenness and corruption. He Is an incar
nate falsehood, a backbiter, with malicious in
tent, a most notable slanderer. He has no high
and inspiring oreed.no soul.no hesrt! but he
nas tbe Jargon snd seeming of them all. He nt
teriy despises snd sneers at tbe honor of women
He would connive at the shame of his wife, his
sister, his mother, or his obild, for his interest of
convenience, without the smallest scruDle. He
would dishonor the hearth of hie kinsman or
best benefactor, by means which should send him
to the galleys. He would commit a burelarv nn
blaehlngly, if it was not likely to be brought
borne to bim. He would obeat at play He would
dexterously pick the pocket of bis mistress
in folding ner to bis breast. He would receive
the wages of crime from her without a pang
He would poison her mind till it becsme as
black as bis own. He would give her aid and
couosel in tbe slow murder of her husband, If
any gain were to be got by It.
' -. - i j- ! "It WULOSOFHV.
:.His philosophy Is pure materialism; be does
not balieve In anything but tbe present moment
His idea of tbe last crowning glory of human
ambition is to have fifty thousand pounds a year,
and live at Paris. Whist, opera dancers, din
ners, suppers, musie, danoing and wit; ble no
tions of perfect happiness do not go an inch be
yond. Tnoagb an unrivalled diplomatist, and as
clever as Brnnnow in acquiring popularity and
inuuence uuuer oimcuiuce, ne eecreny voles tne
whole thing a bore, and would be much rather
left alone to shine in his own way.. He knows
far too well the nothingness and uncertainty of
piece ana power to covet it very moon. He
would rather bo a philosophical looker-on, always
having the last news from tbe beet sources, how
ever, and hand in glove with everybody, so tbat
ne coma just pun tne strings or political puppets
now and then, and make them dance for his
amusement. i -
HIS WDIriNDENCE.
In other respects he would take no more In
terest tn publlo affairs tban the Marquis of
Stejne or t.ora tiiiourne. tie acta upon nre
. , . i . . .
oiaeiy toe asms convictions ai oeoastopol as In
raris. ne covertly laugns at tne wools tniDg;
oe uoea uut roany care iwoatraws aooul toe Issue
or the straggle, except so tar as It mavaomadae
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auect me euciai puaiuuu id uurope as a Russian
officer. For tbs rest, be despises alike as fools
those wno sre ngnting witn bim or against him
He knows the commencement of tbe bother was
mere personal pique between two old men, or
political pretext for doing something which
was excessively baztrdous, He has not a grain
, , . . . ,. . , .
military cntnusiasm; out, ir a poor or an
obscure man, he welcomes the war readily
enongh as a possible mesns of personal aggran
dizement. As for the danger, he neither thinks
nor cares much about it. What Is the nte of
living, if yon Oinnot have fifty thousand nonnda
a year, and live in rarisT I be rest Ii all bosh
Sailors on a Strike—Piratical Expedition
Sailors on a Strike—Piratical Expedition on the Docks.
Quite an exoitement was created on the docks
yesterday by a foray among tbe sailor men
I here are at present a large Dumber of grain
and lumber vessels in port, many of which bare
refused to accept the low rate of freight now be
ing offered, ana nave lata np fore few days. dis.
charging their crews. ' Soob of them ae had
oontraots For carrying iron ore from Lake Su
perior to Lake Erie ports, and ware obliged to
commence en their contracts immediately, ac
cepted the present rates. This state of things
naiurany oreatca more sailors man oerlbt, and
owing to low freights, and a enrol as of men.
masters refused to pay more than sixteen dol
lars per month between here and Buffalo or Oj
wego. : -i v:....,: ,- ;h.i-mi !,..,.
Vessels bad BO difficulty thus far In rettlns?
ail the men that tbey required, aad at the above
prices. Yesterday afternoon, however, a nam
berof sailors who could not get employment,
like tbe dog In tbe manger,- determined tbat
tbey would not allow those thateoold tore-
main at It, and got np what is usually termed
a "strike " - A party, cambering about forty,
paraded about the docks, and swore tbat they
wonld not ship at a less price than f 15 per
month, nor would they permit others to do so.
They went on board several vessels and com
pelled tbe ere vs to leave by threats of violence.
On the schooner St. James, which lays near
Claik street bridge, one of the strikers present
ed a sheath knife to tbe breast of ons of tbe
crew, ana tareatenea to late nis me II be did
not instantly get hie "dunnage" aod go on shore;
other singular exhibitions took place, but no
violence was committed except on one vessel,
where tbey had a fight.
Tbey seemed to be particularly Incensed
against tbe shipping master, believing him to
be the cause of tbe rednction of wager, aod
could not be made to understand that even six
teen dollars per month was more than vessels
could really afford to pay. Tbey seem to think
that if the shipping office was abolished thev
oould then control the wages- In this tbey are
decidedly wrong, lor tne law ot supply and de
mand govern! their wages, Jutt as It doee all
other matters; and It Is folly for them to expert
to accomplish their object by going oo board of
vessels and driving Crews ashore, because they
themselves oannot get employment. If the
captains of some of the vessels had ordered
tbem asnore, ana oaa usea summary means 01
enforcing their orders on the ringleaders, they
would have been nerved as they deeerve. We
do not oonnsel violence, but we should hare no
sympathy for the man tbat was roughly need
while Beading a moD.
A course hat been recommended by which
this matter eould be very easily remedied. If
vessel owners and captains would pursue a
proper coarse, vizr snip no men except from the
ehioDtnt? office, different grades of wages could
be established for the different trades; masters
of vessels oould, when ready for a crew, canst
their articles to oe opened; ana teen oould take
their choice or trades and vessels the wages
being uniform, and ship or not, just asthey
pleaaed. " Bat ao long as some captains patron
ize tbe shipping ouoe, and some do not, eo long
will there be a diversity of wages and oaase for
dlssatlsfaotion. New York, Boston, New Or
leans, Buffalo, Oswego, Cleveland, and all the
principal chipping cities,, have offloee of this
kind and veessl owners, masters and sailors
Had It for their mutual interest to patronise fiam;
and we know ot no olty whire there la a great
er necessity of sustaining one than Cbiotgo.
Th.p.fnra let the vessel owner and master re-
Solve that tbey will not ship a man unless Ibro'
tha office, hod sailor "strikes- win oe a novelty
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Time, May 31.
Mr. Russell's Opinion of the Sumter
Affair.
a I'-nRo8se.l's' letter to tbe London Timet,
Charleston, April 1, thus describes Sam'
h.Th.,Ltll!.0tb ort oenl on U sides
.7. orV b"f n "d ,b
n Zl lob" l. a?" lb4.n ' fMl Jnt0 th
ry, whloh Is of varv flna brink - ti,. . .
of coae, damaged. bV, thi YX
ores are uninjured. Oa landing at tho wharf,
we perceived that th .nn. Z..lzZ ,
fered more than the fcekfcTS fiT..t "
stone had split no and aolintcraii h.i. ...
striick. Tho Ingenuity of tbe defenders was
evident even here. They .had n,iir,r-.t,w.:.k
wblou to fasten nn tha atnna n.h. ,k."I.T
adapted as blinds to the windows of the unpro
tected south aide, but M.I
subordinate, Capt. Foster, had closed the slsbs
44.wuB.weu, wnicn no procured from some
water-piping, and had rnti.wl th. ,
against escalade, which he was prepared
aleo to resent by extensive mines laid under
the wharf and landinDwni.oa. k. ..a
friction tubes and lines Lid inside the work.
ne naa also prepared a nnmber of shells for
l.V!m6..parp!e,to J81. M "l-reosdes,
with friction tnbes and ln..,H. k t..i-i
down from tbe parapet on hia assailants. The
entrance to the fort was blocked np by masses
of masonry which had been thrown down from
tbe walls of tbe burnt barracks and offiwa'
quarters aloog tbe south side. A nnmhornf
men were engaged in digglnt? nn Oia mu..
tbe wharf, and others were busied in come
pleting the ruin of tbe tottering walls, which
were still so hot thst It was necessary to keep
aboseof water playing on part of tbebrlck
otk' To aa uniuitiated eye it wonld seem as
if the fort was untenable, bat in ra.lii. in ..ii.
of tbe destruction done to if, a stout garrison,
properly supplied, would have been in do dan
ger irom anything except tbe explosion of tbe
msgszlne, of which tbe copper door was
jammed by tbe heat at the time of tha
der.
Exclusive of the bnrnlna of the
the intense heat, there wae no reason for a prop
erly bandied and sufficient force to
the place. It is needless tu say Major Anderson
bad neither one nor the other. He was In all
respects moet miserably equipped. His guns
were without screws, or taugeute, so that his
elevations were managed by rnde wedges of
desl, and bis scales marked In chalk on the
breech of tbe guns, and bis distances aod bear
ings scratched In the same wsy on tbe side of
tbe embraiures. He had not a single fuse for
hie shells, and be tried in vain to lmn.n.u.
tbem by filling pieces of bored-out pine with
caked gunpowder. His cert rid cue . .
nd be was compelled to detail soma of hi. m.n
to maks them out of shirts, stockings, andjack-
de bad not a single mortar, and he v i-mr.
polled to the desperate experiment of planting
long guns tn the ground at an angle oi 45 de
grees, for which be could find no sbtll, as be
bad no fuses which could be fired with safety.
ne naa no sneers to mount nis guns, and chance
alono enabled bim to do so by drifting some
Urge loge down with the tide against Sumter.
Finally, be bad but one engine to put oat a fire
In quarters. I walked carefully over the parade,
and could deteot the maiks of only seven shells
in tbs ground; but Major Whiting told me tbe
orders were to burst the shells over the parapet,
so as to frustrate anv attemut to work tha bar.
bette gunt. Two of these were injured by shot,
and one was ovsrturned, spparently by its own
recoil; but there wae no injury done iuside any
of the casements to the guns or works.
ine sneii splinters bad all disappeared, car
ried off, I am told, aa "trophies." Htd Major
Anderson been properly provided, eo that he
could have at once aeot bis men to the guns,
opened fire from those in barbette, thrown absll
and hot shot, kept relays to all his casemates,
aod put out fires as tbey arose from red-hot ahnt
or shell, be must, I have no earthlv dnnht. h..
driven tbe troops off Morris Island, burnt out
Fort Moultrie, and silenced tbe enemy's fire
H.s loss might bave been considerable, th.t i
the Confederates must have been verv crn.t
As it was, not a life was lost by actual Are on
either side. A week hence and it will be im
possible for a fleet to do anything except cover
tbe descent of an army here, and the mint it.
off, at tbe least, four miles Irom the nesrest
available beach.
1
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Marvelous Cure of a Snake Bite.
From a private letter from oar coadintor.
K.," in Texas, under date of Aorll S7.wa
copy the following Interesting account of bit
success In treating tbe bite 01 a rattlesnake.
may lurm-a a useful bint for future Improvement:
iV. O Picayaa.
"Before I forget it, let me inform voa that
the medicine cheat arrived la due season, and
that lust as I opened It I had pressing use for
one ol the articles it contained. I was looking
over the bottles, when one of my men cams run-
ning in, saying ne baa been bltteo by a rattle
snake. He was holding last bis left wrist.
while two streams of blooJ were running from
one of bis fingers, where the faoge of tbe snake
bta entered, as tbe men did not use tobacco.
told bim to fill bis month with salt, aod suck
bard aa he could at his wounds. I next
kspt a rsg well sa urated with bartaborn on
the wound.s to counteract tbe poison. 1 then
put thirty drops of hartshorn la a teaoopfol of
whisky aod poured it down his throat. la five
minutes I repeated this dote, end in five min
utes more I gave him another just like it By
this time I bad slvsn bim a fall ouart of
strong whisky and ninety drops of hartshorn,
aod ineugnt tne load was sufficient. Tbe man
was an Irishman, an old soldier, and took the
matter quite coolly. It wat a great satisfac
tion to him to know that another man had
killed tbe anake, which wat coiled under a rail
was moving, In the ysrd, not ten steps from
house, tor three-quarters of an hour he
quietly, and talked soberly and coolly.
while I kept renewing the hartshorn to the two
wounds where the fangs of tbe snake had en
tered his fingsr. He eaid it waa too bad to die
from the bite of a "plsen sarpint." while I was
astonished be shonld keep so sober with such a
load of new whisky on his stomach. - la about
hour be commenced to laugh, then to whis
tle, next to sing, and finally tried to dance. I
bim all rigbt then; I knew that the whisky
got ahead of tbe poison, and had reached
vitals first. In five minatet more he was aa
dronk aa Bacchus, sprawled out on the floor, slept
a day, and next morning was at work aa well
ever. So much for the first cise I ever cured
with tha contents of the medlcine-cheet. Tbe
hartshorn, combined with the whisky, effected
thing.
When yon feel pity for the poor, von do not
make tbe most appropriate gesture by nutting
hand upon your heart, but not iulo your
Pce.. , .
llovstwirtftv. Aa ancient art, said to have
been fashionable among girls and wives; now
of use, or praotloed ouly by the lower orders.
Wealth. The
man.
met! respectable quality 'of
People seldom love those who withstand their
prejudices snd endeavor to control their pas
sions. ' ' " .
Keep yoor
thoughts shut.
countenance open and your
Nothing great ever yei suoceeded that wat
alwaye hissed al by something very small.
What fruit was most plentiful In the arkt
Preserved pairs (peers). '
Ho who thinks he can do without others Is
mists ken 1 be that thinks others can do without
is still more mistaken.
Fsiend A person who will not assist yon ,
because be knows your love will exouts him.

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