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OHIO, FRI DAY ;M0R Nliffrg JIM s 14 , 1861.
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V0L..III1. NO. OEraRIES.
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
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fUBLlBH) B8 AaTD PBOF JtlXIOBI.
O-OIBm So. 88, 85 sad 4.0 lortS Hlga K,
TKEM8 INTARIABLT IH ADVAWOB. 1
. Oaily . i . -.,, e r $0 00 pryr.
iTl-wesiriy - go Mryetr
Week!?, rv rTfe-rfr -V l 00 i ...
orm ot AdvortUIng- bf tb Square.
nei!itri yeiu...w Oo
One ' t ntoLthi 18 00
On . I woo On. IS 00
Sue i'-i3 monthi 10 00
Orie',"' 'Smopths 8 Ml
On '-' I TOoultli tu
Oooiqttaw Jwek..4 00'
ud " Krtu.. I UV
Om a ' . i wek... ITS
On" 3 days... 106
On f "9day..ATS
On-"' 1 Insertion 50
. DUpliy e3 (dTirtliiniDU Ulf nor Uim abort
- utee. ,J-':..
" AiimtliemtUU leaded anj plebed In th eolomlyl
A',1 uvtleet requlne to be pabllihed by Uw, lagklnte.
u onisreu on me iniiaeexoilrly miter th Bret week,
per cen:, more then theekov retell bat )H aca ll
tpprar In the Trl-Weekly ltbont ehenr. .
BitlneiiCanU.notexceedinf Irellnee, per year, Is
uu, 9 iw per iinei ouuiae jv. " ' '
Notloesof neeUnge, chart tablet oWettei, fir eompant,
fco.. half price. . i i.ii. i ;,.
All trantltnt tdvrtUtmtmU mutt ft paid or n
admmo X! rnle will not be raried from. i .
Weekly, earn price at th Daily, where the adrertlMi
191 Uu Weekly alone. Where 'be Dally and Weekly
ar both uied, tlien the eharK ler th Weekly will he
ea't ne rateeofwe:-iany m" 11 ' ' ' - :,(,
.K-adTiUeeaa(ikn wpt fsf delntU period).
:r .'BUSINESS i CARDS.!
Attorney ,t Xatxxr&
" AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
t f : . - .-, ''-I'-,-' ' ! .mi
, ,; Jfloe-Ambot Balldinf, oppoelt Capllol Squarel I
1 M acting Mannfactnri' Coinpaigr
Jo o9 oji wuo.iitfijejf.vl
, , '. MAHDTaCTUUM Of
. STEM ENGINES & BOILERS,
li .Ci.t 1( . ,.'! ' .i'l . ' !t!
rr-,,:j L;.-r.-. r-j '""illOi '' "n"J ' '' Vt
' X?Lallxoac3L Worlt
"' or ivtir DuoMmoN. ' : '
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0HA8. XMB0B. gap't F.' AttSOB, Ireati
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Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
' For ClncinnatirOartoa ft IndiaaApoUi!
Thrtiiigh to IndiaMDolie wlthoa Change of pan
tod but Doe Change of -Care betweea V
Colotuboj and St. Loul.'-;-, ,
. THREE TRAlN3; D7ltY,FR61CCOtUAf-
, "i.HBlly, afoodayiekeepted.T1
KIQUT SXfUbio, Uaywu, at
i-Aa a. n..itofa-1
pun at boaaen, Aaoia. uayun, nioaietowo ana namu
ton.arrlTlPiai Cincinnati at & a. a. pay toa at &4S
toa at 3.1
lis at U W
a. an. uaianopotu at iu:eo a. a.; et. vouiiat
P',,J!"-' SECOND TRAIN,
ACOOHH0D ATI0N . at 8:10a. m.,ttoppInR
Uoni between Oolambac end Cincinnati and Uayton,
nrmg at viacionan iuu a. b.( vaytoa at r.u a.
inuiaaopow ai p. v
- THIRD TRAIN.
DAT IXPBE83,at J0p. m., stopping at Alton,
JeffcrtoB, LondoB,. Oharlcatono Oedarrlll, Zenli,
Spring Valley, Corwln, Morrow. Deerflelo Voeter'e.
Loreland, Hillfordand Plalnnlie, arrlrliig at Cincin
nati at 70 p. m. Bt. Loala at U B Dayton at 1:31 p.
s.j lodlanopolUat lfl:3ap. ai. Q j.k 'v'. ; , , j
4Uoplnr Oitr om all N Ifftit Tralna. to
lilncinaall and Inaianapolta. i
DAGOACE CHECKED TUKOUOII.
Vet farther Information and Through Ticket apply lo
n. b. UUI1BB1 1,
Ticket Agent, Union Depot, Colombo. Ohio.
-- a1. rV.WoODWABD,
Hi t ' f Baperintendett, Olneinoall
JM0. W. DOUKUTV ,
jnia ' .: , '.: :' Agent, Columbus,
'CO OKEEN and-
1UU TfcAS 100 ban prime Bio OooM,
IAD pockets old Duteb OoTeroment Jara Coffee
IS ban Ceylon Ooffee.
eOflbUei eiattdard White Bagara, eoDitatlng of Tow-
,t,.i- area.uoraanea, Hranniatea a ana o uoneej
-.&0 e.ttlBtale fleers Baak-Oodaah. -n-i
yobbts. tint and Ho. 1 Mackerel. "
A lee. Pica felmon.
10O bx. Layer Uaiain.
. . AO bf. boa do do
lOOqr. boB do do .- . ' ,
100 a Oigarai different brand! and gradet, V
norT ,. Wal HcDOUAtD.
: -jm . . M C . L I L L E Y i i r
;' And Blank-Book! sarifajitarora' 1 1
1 irotTB flioa iTBurt, rjotriABOi; bmo
Red, 7 White, and JBlne
,. ?! wilt1.
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, NECK 11G9.
t Jail opened by ?.'i
.. ... BAIN fc 80S, :
Ko. W South High itrcet.
li. -il .
." . ei mrwnfr 1 - t.
vi ..... v o..8, lOVtH HiaS Bl'BIIT.
Bar Just raoelrtd a new nuke of HOOP IIIBTI
fialahed la a auaaei far eperlur te any yet introduced
;(0d?rUilityJ And. gracefulnkss,;
i ttSIt t !,--ilJ :?') i-'l hi'! '.ii'.' ' "i
YyTHTKWnEAT BUAtfPBD',,";,,,.';, ,
m i'iT ,r 8 ij- 6 W F Xj A K BJ ' .
Jroen "Bartett Bills," gprtogncld, O.-tb best brand of
Faewrbronght t oar market, Bitl. faction IBUauteed.
rotealeectlrat' Walj HoDON ALD'B ( ... .
- n7 ; Bouth Ulghltieet.
"?.''?n8h 3Unen'God8.i :;;
WABBAlbTBP FABUIO . .--t'
linen Sblrl aVaoma . P.aia and Vansp
Bhlrttuf and Boaom Linens. 7 r
tlnn bhretlDge and Pillow OsslnM,
.; '. . . Linen Caaionee and Long Lawatt'"1"'
, , .,( i. 'aaoAi'fe.allelsta,,,
llosn ICapkloe and DOy ties.
linen Table Clotnsand aatla Demaski. "'
, . . Linen Towslt with oelored eorderc. i , 1
linen Btelr OoTerlateand Clash. , ...
Portal at low prises. '
w:i. .u BAI eV lOrT;"'-''
MM. . , a - v. , ...I e.Wtjoatfc Blab bum!..'
BONNBT8 IIIDBON TABweAAS
BU0UI8. new tbrlai, Jut open 4 by
dm in es aun,
i W loatli Bih street.
A awnesiw ax a v vnvran
eta. All tisei and aslorslast opsoed at
Amm At 7 M- him.
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ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
i ltrtTh Larf eiWTJM Best,
; XH8 cueapeit Beoiui tbo Best,
5Ai Stmdmt Emintnt MUutatori et Oktt,
"Tpfl BSW XNaLiai WOTJOSART'irtAKt."
'"He i artamrardt of a Hnadnd ThoaMnd Wordf.
whoee maUifarleut aaeanliiR ai,d derivation i, torethtr
wim umi . orreot epeillst, ai.a praanttauea are Clearly
tet before th y.
.M a .i n. ; J,.i.1 fi .ii ill. -
1 Gtootewart (Mnere&it.
r The nndenlirBed, aeeibtra of the Obi Itata Teaehert'
Ateodatioo. adont and ala to ate In leechloe. wrttloi
aadi tpeaklif, the etthoermphy and proaaaeiadon of
Woreettrt Moral Oaarlo Dlottanarp and we taoit or
dlail Reoaaiend It ae th aiott reliable standard an'
Ihorltyef iheXngllihlaDinag, atlt I now written and
epoeeotiVJ y .a r u . , J i t.yi v i n ii i;i i.
' LOKlMlmamrt . Prenlfleti If iteVoh OoIUe; 1 '
MT. I.iesrrr, flnperietnrient fBtrrtlleBchooll.
Taott W. Btarrr. ooot Meet! Ion Unioo Sob' oil.
M. V. CoWDttT. lap'l Public Bchonle, taodblky.
JoBH tTKOHj Bno't FabHe Roboolt, Clrelrrllle.
' J. Bawrowi Prtorlpel Olertlenl Vernal, Benlna-
fyi .ii. . j.n . ' ..i.. .1).., .1 . . '.;ji .u
' WM. Mnramt. inn't Pnr5I!e Pdlooll. HI. TJnloT).! -'
' John Oeow, rnsclpa HUM ItoTawl lohool, Minn
Oram ao, Frtnelpal . VaaiOr letemedlet School.
Olnetonatl. - ' j
H. 8. Haanit, Bup't Can ton Cntoa School. .
Xoww knit, Prfnolpal KcNeely Moimal sohool. .
ku T. Ten-aw, Prof. Halbemttie. Ohio PhlTenlly
' t. W. Cdwarm, (up't Tree Colon lohool.
A. a. Boraun. Prlnoloal Wait Blah Sohool.' Clere-
land.' . ,
8. A. KoTd.: Attotrlat Prlhdoal Hlth Ichoal. Olm
land' I . ...... .i
Tbkodom BtuuiWi rrlnolpal Hlgk lebool, Olerej
k. v. urjifTo, Frmnpai uiertiasa aoinrat.
J. A. OaaruLb, Preildent or IlMtM Initltttte, Dl
W. L. HaAIU. Prof, of ohemlitrr. Ohio Weeleean
Unitertlbr. ... ?
H. II. iUavfcY. jCx.Qemmlulonar of Common Sahoole.
JtM Vomoi, Prof. Bbetorle, Oberlln ColUj.
Ibo. Dux. Pretldent Antlooh Oolleie.
O. W. H. . Catmoiit. Prof. Mathemellr. Hlch
B. O. CavHBAtiaa. Prof. lumut. Hlb Ichoal.
Dayton'1" ' 1 . ' i -'n i-. - ..... iw .'it.iiv
. M. Bum, lup't Union School, alb land 'I' 1 :
" Mor Oan 31a Bumirtd aOur Prm&ntt of CM
0$. Voor, Author and XWXreAi Zdwsa-
ivrs, none cnooreca u4 aoocc lenKfncfU.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES Itf .OHIO. 1
- MaaiTra OotMwa "It la trarv-a rninlSnent work.
an honor to the author, the nahllahera.end the whale
waotry.. rrecucni uanwe, v t ... v.
Obis WiBUTAa Uintaam It trottit mr azneeta.
Hon. ' It will be my tulde In' orthoeranh andnrannn.
eietlen. and will often h eoniolted by me for it neat
and toonrti dennltlont." Prealdent Tncmpton.
W. A. KCLfonn ColXaae.MlBeretAfcm we luvaiMttl
Wabcter'l ortbot raphy. At a recent met tine of our
laeally. It we ded-ied to ehaoe It toTonform to that
of WoroeaUr'a Koral Oaarto BleUonarJ'.Praeldnt
OarOeld., ',. . , ..... i. , ,
Wwnu Iran OotiMtW! flnd M.warth of
eordlal approbation. 'WrmldeDt BUoheotkn 'i .
OatXLiaCoLL'M. "Tt mora then meete m nMBle.
Hon. I irw mnend It a th ttaodard imhorltt In
orthoepy to Biy children and my ppili."-Preildent
Morpan. ;' '.. ' '- ",',.;' .-: V,'! '" ' 1
,' Ajrrtooa Coucat.-',I addnt and aim io nae In treeh.
tng. writlui and epeaktaf, the orthof rayhy and proDUo
eUUoa of Worocetr'..jal QuatM, DlsUoaary."-
Prortdent Bill. " , :p'.. ri ) ,
la all m wUlnm: rnimmtlnm mA '-- - t tiMU
iaarorcd to oniona to tb role forortl owranely and
proouoelallooaeooatalntd la Woraaaair'a DloUoaanr.'
Horace aUaa. tew rrceideot. ,
Kibtor Ooua) Oaaieraa.-T motteordUlly reoom.
ond Itaetbeaicol rallablo itanaarl aatbortty of th
Infllih Uofuaee as tt It new wtiuen and ipokan."
ii MMuaire.Hvb. .... ... ... ,. . . i (j
a'aaaa JBseV AM9QK- Jaepat.
. , i ,mtott n CMo. i
th TJMIsnar lata tcborleaablo atonnmont to (be
loaralog aad tadaanrof It anthor. and aa honor to th
world or MKtra. too saeenentoel asaratloa U ear sop
rlor to that of aery sther Leaioos with, wbkh t aa
-i . . yiie au e. I ti.l r-.),-.', .-i 1
B. JJartwy. 2b Omminlontr of
Bcwote tit veto. . i
Th aunt re liable standard ttihority of tb atp-
I"' ..; '' . i : n.i .-.: .a-Un-s 1
WHAT TBB -Ii. 1.1 f -rl 1 r
TJextdlnc ITavi)apsra of Ohio Say,
JrvatO Ce1eMl 8$roU f JfordkSO. ,
' Th orlbograpbp of th Woronttr Dletlooarp b) that
nted by moat. If not all authors ol distinction In tbit
country tad England, and conforms to the general usage
ei oraioary writers ano apeeavra. i .
Whatever prcjadloec may bare tzlited pnTlottityS a
oareful ttody nfthti Tolume will tnearlab'y be followed
by a Wares appreciation of I's great arlti, and a detlrs
to add It to lb wu t keeled library, be it Urg or small,
It Is a library tn Itself, and will remain an Imperlaha
ble record of the letrnlDg of It compiler. .
tromtU CbVtoeiuwsi Oiwwteroi 0 April 20, x
' Here are upwards of a hundred thoasaod words sood
had and bdifleieot whose multifarloaa mesnlngs sod
derlTatlOBa, together with thtlr oorroct'tpeliing and pro
annotation, ai set eleerly before the ere The work I
enqasstkmab lbs greatest Ihesaaros of lagliab rVsrdi
tor pnoiuooa. , r .
InmtA OTefaM4 ftdnOtaUf qStpi- BO, 1800,
BeldMttw WoaetVm'e BotaV Qoarr Dibnoiuar U
iv only Me iasX, M tM star teorit of Ma Arftd eeer t
sswsl.sadeaa by ae pea.btllty tufler by oojaparleoo or
oonirorerry. , ...mT., l9iKK -.,
r. . Vxot tt3WtoiiJ,A6v89.,
At to nowrwcunox. Woacwtraar it tbs SriirriAtn
followed by oar beet anthoret III aefioltions hs leases
nothing to be desired, and In OaTaooaanrr It It taJBeieat
to say that woacarra tan be tafe.p followed. i
INOHABI tt BBAOG, : - u
Pnbliaherea BtkislUrtA BlatUtiere,
,KO,mBUPIrU0BBI, CUmiANO, OHIO.. 1
ttatt ' '-' ' -- I
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT 1 1
LtEE INSURANCE COMPANY;
. ' I ::.ii. AS 'i-i i. 'lii
-(1 r,-.. '.'.'' '
No veearlx., XV T.
Plrldend Jannarr l18ai4flPer Cent.
Aiaxii ....ijujsfl so.
. atatemeiit Jactoarr l, lseit ;
Balance, per statsment Jan. 1st, 1800 13,4068 99
Booelted fee Premiums dar
ing the mr into. 7BS.Q3SSS
Beoerred for Interest daring
the u 1WW ! 014 19
Total reotlD's for 1860...-.AW7.UB7 1
PaldCUtaubyIrsatbtai7,OM00 s .
rata i-euuet tanoa- - ,
dared ............ 4L111 SO ' '
Paid Salaries, Poit-
ttO.'.'ltMt, MX' - --.'
chani.ot r. 11.030 54- .
Paid Oosutlaslont to - : 11
Aaents 01.S53 SO . '.,
Paid Phytlclans' lees. 9.VU4 75 '
Paid Auonltiee. 1.617 00 ' ' ,
raid DiTMendt dar
log tb lAi ....1,S00 75 6C3,Gi ei 4U.S78 14
Htt Balano January lit. 18G1.........S,819IB 50
Cub on band. ,.,,, r g(3 0284 9
Bonds and Mortgage ta Beat' 1 1; i .
aiaie, worm oobbm we
amount loaned 3.327 .841 69
rrVUIlHMI HWHI VH KVIHUCe . ; . (... ... , .. j. , J. ,L
n wrat, only drawing o per . . : , f j , ,. ., ,
ent. InUreiU. .......... L879 P84 n .
Seal Ista ..... .... i , 90 8VJH ,v,t ,
toanionkerlp 8,831 44 (, . . . (
Premiums, NoteeandOtsh, In , .. i
ooarteot ganemiettoa.... ' a jti 73 . 1 .
Total Attsti.....,..,!... tS.8l9.5M SO
Ti875Pollotot la foroVlhMTlrig...dar4Se3S
1,436 at PoUriet bt bsoa leaned1 daring the pear.
After a eirtfal eakalatloa of the bresent va'a of tb
oautundlog folislet of the Company , aod harlcg th
weeiiiiery aoasasip In rtssrr tberafor, th Dlreotort
bar eeaiared a Diibss of 48 par eeot. on tb freml
bsh paid at lbs table rate, et ell pelMos for life In foros.
lasawd prior to January I, laoU, payable ateii ding te the
preeent taleol the Oeapaap.li unit n.i i .
Hatee for al I kinds oi Lite Cob tinge poles, PrrejpooV
aa,BtateMote, and Appltalloae, will bo fare lab rd
w.TaolouaatUiOloeAgtitsl tU 0a
rany V), . . . . . . ,. (. . .m . r.
BOBT. t. ATTIB80If, PreiMsnt. -
c . .. Ma u msnon Att,
'v.kta tiuti Jehnion B ook,
w saereei it) gnei TaMl aad at eery lew
SMlll ' " .. a. ar"i"
J ' '.' ga. g ''- eja, arVMa
1 i i tt .?: M Beiia High ttrei
'a .. . BA IB Aw
Scrofula, or King's Evil,
I a constitutional disease, a corruption of the
blood, by. whichr thie- fluid become vitiated.
weak, and pour. , Ueing iu the circulation, it
pervades the wholo body, and may burst out
In disease on any part of it. No oran U free
from iu attacks, nor it there one which it may
not dtwtroy. ,1'h tcrofulou taint U variously
caused by mercurial disease, law living, dis-
ordered or unliealUiy food, impure sir,, filth
and filthy habits, the depressing viced, 'and.
aoovo oil oy too venereal mtection. ' vnat.
ever be its oiiffin, it. it hereditary in the eon-
atitution, descending.,' from porente to children
unto the third and fourth generation ; " Indeed,
it seems to be the rod of Hira who lays, 'I
will visit the iniquities of the father upon
inetr ciuiuren. i . l;tl -ii.' .y.j i
Its effects commence by deposition from the
blood of 'corrupt or ulcerous matter, 'which, in
tlio lungs, liver, and Internal organs, Is termed
tubercles; in the glands, swelling i and on
the surface, eruptions or sores. This foul oor;
ruptiou, which gender in the blood, depresses
tne energies of iuo, go that sarotulous constitu.
tions not only , suffer from scrofulous' com.
plaints, but they huvd fur .less power to wltli
stand tlio attacks' of othor .diseases i' ccnse
qucntly Vast ' numbers porish : by . disorders
which, although not scrofulous In their nature,
are still rwdeted fiituljby ,tliis taint. in the
system, iiostottlio coiuumptioii which de
cimates tho huiimn family hits its origin directly
in this scrorlous contamination l and many
uesuuctive uiscases or uie liver, iuuneys, Drain,
nnd, indeed, of all the organs, arise .from or
are aggravated uy cue tamo cause, ....
One quarter of all our people are scrofulous ;
thoir persons are invaded ty this lurking in
fection, and their health is undermined by it,
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
the blood by ah alterative medicine, and in
vigorate it by healthy food and exercise.
Such a medicine we supply In - ' ' ; M
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which' the medical
skill of our times can devise for this; every
where prevailing and fatal jnalady. It i com
bined om the most active remedials tint have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
system from its destructive ' consequences.
Hence it should be employed for th cure of
not only Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions which arise from, it, such as Eboptive
and Skiw Diseases,. St., Antuont's Fihe,
Hosb, or Ehtsipeus; Piurr.rfs, Pustulbs,
BtoTciiss, Claims and Bon n, Tumors, Tetteb
end Salt Rueuj:, Scaid Head, Kjnowoiw.
2tiu:tM.TisH, Sv philitio andMsitcuHiAii Dir-
ivri:'. Duoi'sr, Dysphpsia, DKitimr, aud
indeed, all Complaints auisino ritou Vitia
tki) on iMi'titp. Br.ooi). '" llio popular belief
in itpuitij.ofthtblfQd',te founded in troth,
for scrofula i a degeneration of the Wood. Th
particular purpose and virtue of this Sarsapa
rilla U to purify and regenernto this titolfluid,
without wliich sound health, is imooisible in
cyntarjiiiiated constitution,., ...j. . t '., ,
' POB TUB gPSIDT 0B Orf:e j U
Intermittent Fever, or Fever an Asae,
Ileuilttent Favor, Chill Fever, -Dumb
Au, forloollaal lleadarlio, Billone
lleailriclie, and Billone FOTori, ludeed
raw tlio whole) class of dleettssrls;tnat-
lug iu uuiary uDrnuijiiigeni, cna u y
auv w.iww ui uinecuiitio vonniriei,
Wearo enabled here to offer tiiai commtinFtv
remedy nliicb, while it cures the above complaint
with certainty. Is still perfectly li armies in any
quantity. Suah a remedy Is invaluable in districts
where theso afflicting aiiordcr prernil. This
"CfitK" expels the-nuasmatie poison of Fbveu
AMAoue from the system, and prevent the de
velopment of the disease, if ukon on the first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only
tlio best remedy ever yet discovered for this class
pf complaints, but also tho cheapest.. The large
quantity we supply for a dollar Unnyt It within the
reacn ei every puay ; ana m biuout district, where
revolt ahu auui prevails, every uouy suouia
have it and use it freely both for ottre sua protec
tion. A great superiority of this remedy over any
other over discovered for the speedy and certain
enre of Inttnnittents i that it contains ae Quinine
mineral,' consequently it produces no quinism or
other injurious etiects whatever tinon the constitu
tion.. ,'lliote cured ly it ore left as healthy a if
uioy naa ncrer uuu me aitoasc. . -.t -. -1
i ever and Ague is not alone the consequence of
tne miaxmauo poison, a great variety of disor
ders arise from its irritation, .among, w(ifch are
fgtttvMa. Rheumatism, Ootit, IhaaacJit, blind
ness, 'loothache. Earache, Catarrh, Atthmh. Pat.
pitatiM, rmiiful AJIteUon of ti Spleen, Hyster
ice. Pain in the iimcela, Colic, Parnlysie and ZJet
raitffement of the Stomach, all of which, when
originating in this cause, put on the intermittent
tupe, or become periodical. This " Cuiie" 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 still be excreted from the svitem. and cannot
accumulate tat lulBrient quantity to ripen into die
ease. ;: Hence it is even more valuable for protec
tion than enre, and few will ever suffer from Inter
mittent If tbey avail themselves of the protection
this remedy affords. t , )t ,
Preparsa byDr. J.O. ATBB eV CO., Lowell, Mass.
i i, in - aOBtBTS m SAUDBI.. Oolamoaa.
by Dragtiattand Dealen evtrywbere.
nowiiya.twaw , w . .., -v.wi i .
CA5ADIA5 UUTIED STATES KAU
n STEAMERS !, .,
TO AN O ritUiTA
. LiyerpooL Montreal. Quebeo, '
' 'ana'J r
Th Ifontraat Oosaa Breamthlp Ooapany's flrttUs
Olyde-hellt Sit am ere sail everp Bate
rdav from PORTLAND, oarrylng tb Oanadmn and
United State Hall and passtngert.
NOBWIQIAN, , HOBTB AM1RI0AN,
BOHBMIAB, ANQLO-SAAOV,, , '
HOHTB BKXTOlf, BIBBRNIAN, 1 ' : '
CANADIAN,. ;, j ... . NOTASCOIIAN.' '
liartesti Cheapeet and Quickest Com
' vapaooa Bran) ,,
AamiCA TO ALL PABII OF IUB0PX.1
.': liaei oi Tpnmmic to 'Europe, .' '
i i. .i , i i flesn auwt r .'' 'ilpl
. , ww-a e. awva i , , f ,
sail from LIVIBPOOL every Wedneelart
from QOIHBO evarp dalarday eaiilog at
iiuavunvaHKi, toraeetveoa eoaniand lai d Mai la and
Peaaeofrere, to and from Irelaod aad Boot land. . i
ITTThett Steanert art built of Iron. In watat-thrht
oompartmenm, carry each an npintnced Bergeon, and
very attention I paid lo the eom'ort and aooommoda-
of passsngtrt. At utey proceed dmt to LONDON.
DKRT, tb neat rltk tnd delay of ealuni tt St. John's
eissgow pastssrers are fnmltbtd with ntt tsttass
Uokets to and from Londonderry, - .
e' urn ucke's granted at reduced rites. i- . i
OertlBcata leanad for aarrytnt to and brlntini oat naa-
teng.rt from all tb principal towns of Great Britain and
Ireland, et reduced ratee. by thlt line of itetmere, and
tb WABHIftOTON L1NB Of BAILINQ PAOKBTB,
leaving uvarpooi Btsry wea .:, !,. j ,
Slfbt Draft far -f ana vaivarde par
ablaia Kntlaadalraiaaadt -
. T udu err " aioi..
for jpatuge. Apply at tht Offlc 13 BROAD'
WAV, New larks and 1 WATCH ST.,
Llverpoalt ': .' ..i, .,
....j IABEI ft KABU, eeaetal I gent,
Orto- J.' R. ARMSTRONG,
noUlrdkw Pest Offlo. Colombo, Ohio.
of Phslool Iitihllihment. R. T) Peprftoro
the new vera raernenaoie ehavtng, utlr ouwing
Bhanpoonlng, Curling and Dressing ealoon. But State
street. o?er the foal OBo. where satlafactlon will
be siren in all. the various branches. Ladles and
Children Httr Pretsuig duo la tho but style,
ll-dlf v ' ''' '
SPHIIfO CI OAK AND BAfQINESt
NSW STTLBS Bain c Mo. South
atieet. have laai evened new itylea of Curra Cia-
eeuu BaaajOiaa and aaeoose, setde In tb newot and
eta Itah saanaen aieot auaera rials
Uiaoh alias, rarp batrr, OtaieMirl eafmaly for I
Mttilat4atsnW T " M I
m CHEAPER THAN EVER!
CVa tPRfNO STOCK
W ly largo
nd wall ssrttd. The very lateet pattern
.1011, BNwLlbHand rKaNOH rsotortee,
GOLD PAPERS AND BORDERS.
"u'L QoJ. Velvet Borders,' ; in
SPLENDID : .DECORATIONS
and 'in '' !
FIRE' BOARD PAPERS,
i- -.T..b l i.:..
Gold and Painted Shades,
r:-H v GOXiX) " " ""' ' '
-,ia "i i.-i
I ri,M ,T! ' : : . ... .n .-,1 t-, '
BUFF, BLUE, V
GREEN ; HOLLANDS,
, yUSDOVT ZIXTVBES, all kiads 1
COBD AND TASSELS;
tro,. BEAUTIFUL PICTURESl " Z
...t,;.:,..r,ki . , ..) -- ., ... .
RANDALL & ASTON,
i : ,.,3 . . . ... ii
lOO SoutlX TT1c3a-Ot.
' COLUMBUS, O. .;;
ST. B. landloriJi and ptrsont wlihlnj qatatlUtt of
PtserwIU make monty by buying of us. Country
Berchantt and ptrsont from abroad will do will to call
and seen. tprll 1 d3meodl ,- , .-. It. A.
Summer . Lr AliIliocrY.
: ii .a . i r ..s-;;
"' Xtm Stock Ktniamlaliejd
FBOfll XATE8T I3IPOBTATIUNS OF
My stock or ;.. ,.
Spring & Summer Millinery
It now oomplste, comp rlilog every variety of Mlllln
it; also, a large assortosnt of Imbrolderle, Boilery
ana Nouoo. ., and in quantltlet and price tint can
not taU to toil all wbo asp favor a with a tail. The
goods bare been bought tt Pant prlcti, and will beiold
at a small advance on tost.
.rUILLXNEBY . , !
Mia M. E. YOUNG, late of New York City,
will snpertattnd tb tUlllnery Departomt. Her long
experience" In tbe most fashionable Kataollahmeol in
Broadway will alont b warranty that th will b able
to gtvt entbe tatUnuUon In matters of hut to ill who
Bay favor ktr with tbelr orders.
Th Ladle of Ootnmbu and vicinity will pleite
opt my sine re thank fo their liberal patronage, and
I would respsetfully solicit a coausBiac of tb
R. H. WARE,
' et East Town St., Oolambn, o,
prlldSatcd -; w .
Wholesale and Retail ; Depot for
'") If ri ttt it f ArttHttrt '
v 4eAAw ViWbmCt
South - High Street
i A ' DEALER IN ..;, ';:
( ; TE AS, .. vi,.:.. ;
FINE & STAPLE GROCERIES,
' Txr i,,'l r,n.a . . -
Dallr rrlval at Oaoda "'
For ; th FiUl : and 1 Winter Trade
Of" l88(i - ' :
H7UETIIMNINO V1AOBBB TBANK$
TO TUn PUBL.IO for past favor and patron-
ate, aad being DETEHjailtSI to BtABIT
oontlaBU of same bp strict attontien t
trade, aad praaapt deUverr Oaedst
Iwtuld call th natlce f the public to tht ftot that
having a Lige aod well Balected Stock oa
band, aal being la dally reotlpt of good from lb differ
tnt aarlrat, I Bitter raystlf that I can offer to tb cltt
ten of Colombo, or to any who may detlra to pantas.
an assortment of articles appertaining to th GROCIBT
trads, TJrtEQUAtiEO by any boos la the city.
Th price tnd quality of lb goods offered, 1 "n ar-
antee to five eatlsfaetioa. 1 ' - -
Ooooji Dellwed Frto of Charge,
aovsr. - ' ! 1 ,,! : : ' wm. McDonald.
William J3l. GUI
K ' ' ooLCiriBrs, omo . ' : r
Ajtid Beed Store, ; '
. . u DtAxia is ' ;
t HAH.8,aUSB, BABB, PTJTTT, OORHA01,
Ounsinstol, WedkVlUbw Ware,
itboraad Habber BeiUng , las Leather, Bos ml
," ! il.'.T r.n-rtin.t-n. .'!.
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS
THEFOL.LOWINCI CHANOEt WE PIE
aiade In the the offloere of this Bank. January B9Ut,
1801, to wlB Wa. A. Ptarr, Pretldent, aod Taoaat
ktoosia, Oshlr, rsslgned their offloes. . Davis Taiaob,
io.. was then elected Prasldent snd Wa. A. Putt an-
boln'odOashlev.- -1 j i - "' ' -
. nyemerer uioearaor vinrttor." , ' ""k
fob , IfiOWtf.f ;1) ,,1rW, Ai rLATI, Oatbisr :
l.-.aea hi Inn i
UK BrrtTBt TtOTOann aadOtrffS ert'tr
aew itlllagst vary low prists, alio ail ether kins
r ji't'v'' rai-a lass, .s.,
at the London Time
Correspondent in the Slave
SOUTH CAROLINA, April 30, 1861.
Ifithlog I coold say' could be worth on faot
wbiob hit foroed itself opoa my mind la refer,
trace to tbe sentiments which prertil among' I be
Motieaien or inia otate. i Dave Deeo among
them for Several days. 'J I have visited their
plantations, I bare conversed with tbetn freely
and fully, and I have enjoyed that frank, conr-.
teous, and graceful Intercourse which consti
tutes kd irres S'lb'e oharm of their sooiety
From M quarters bs come to my ears the ech
oesoftbd stmeToioet it mty be feigned; but
there U do discord In tbe bote, and it sounds in
wonderful strength and mono'Onv all over the
Oountry , Shade of Oeorge lit , of North, of
Johnson, or an woo coo'enatd sgtiust tbe great
rebellion wblcb tore these eolsoles from Eng
land, csn you hear tbe ehorus wblob ring
-i u .' a . . . -r . t .1 . o. . .
turuugu tut stutw ui piiktiud, oumter AUO
Plncknev, and not clap jour ghostly bands la
triumph? That voice S),' "It we uoold only
get one of tbe) Royal race ' of Guelaod to rnlu
over ui, we should be content. Let there t
no mltconoemion on tms point. Tb senti
ment, vtrlea in a hundred ways, has been' re
peated to me over sod over aeain. There It a
general admission that the means to such an end
are wtntlog, and that the desire csonotbe
gratified. ' But the admiration for monarchical
institutions on the Eogllsb model, for privileged
Cltsses, and for a Hoded aristocracy and gentry,
1 undisguised and apparently genuine. . VVItb
the pride of having achieved tbslr independence
Is mingled In the Sontb Carolinians' hearts a
strange regret at the result and consequences,
and rainy are they who "would go back to
morrow if we could." Ad Interne affection for.
the British' connection, a love of British habit
and' customs, a respect for British sentiment.
taw, autDoriiy, oruer, ciriimticn, and litera
ture, pre eminently diatloguleh the Inhabit.
ants ol this State, who, glorying lit their deacons
from sccleot families on the tbred island',
whole fortunes tbey still follow: with whose
members they maintain cot nnfreancntlv f
miliar relaiioos, regard wlih an a.ereion of
wbiob it is impossible to give aa idea to ooe
who Das not seen Its manifestation, the neonla
of New England sod tbe populations of tbe
Northern States, whom they regard as tainted
beyond cure by tbe venom Of "Purltanldm "
Whatever may be tbe cause, this Is the faot and
the effect.- "Tbe State of Sooth Carolida
was,". I am told, "founded by gentlemen." It
was not established by witch-burnlne Puritan.
by crael persecuting fanatievtrbo Implanted lo
the north tbe' standard of Toroaemada. and
breathed Into the nostrils of tbelr newly-born
colonies all the ferocity, bloodiblrstlne-s, and
rabid Intolerance of the Inquisition. It is ab
solutely estouodlog. toa strauger who aims at
tbe preservation of a dtoeot neutrality to mark
the violence of these opinions. "Iftbstojq
feunded tblp bid sank with tho Pllgilm
f atbtr oo board," says one, "we never tbould
have been driven to these ez'reaItlfsl"r We
could have got oo with, these f inatlcs, If tby
bad been either Chrliilans or gentlemen," says
soother, "for in tb first ease tbey would have
acted with common obarity, audio the eeoood 1
tbey would have fought wbeo ihey Ipsulied as;
bat there are neither ChfUtliDS nor aentieman
Aovtmog on the earth!" ex
olairaaa tblrd, "any form of gOvaromsot, any
yr.uuy ur ui.-.yuuam ,u -iu, anil nere
ia an appeal mor terrible than tbe at Juration
of aUtbod-J'nothlnaoa earth ahall .a..
Indue a to snbmli to any onion with tbe bru
Ui, blgottad blackguard of lb N England
Stati, wbo neither comprehend ner regard the
reelings or gentlemen: man, woman and ohlld,
we'll die first." Imagine theee aod sn Infinite
variety similar atiments ottered by eoartly,
well educated meo, wbo set great stora on a
nice ODaervaoce or tne usages of society, and
wbo sre only moved to extreme bitterqess snd
soger when they speak of the North, and you
will fall to oooolv tbe intensity of the dialika
of th South Carolinians tor tbe Free States.
Tere srs national sntipathies oo our id of the
Atlantis wbiob are . tolerably strong . and have
beta sofortnnatelr Dertioaeious and Ions lived
The hatred of tbe Italian for the Tedeco..of
me . ureeK tor to l urk, of tbe Turk lor the
Raas, I warm sod fierce enough to satisfy tbe
rrince or. vaxaoess, not to speak or a lew little
pet sversions among allied Powsrs and tbe
atomi of composite Empire! but tbey are all
mere loaiuerence and neutrality of leeling com
pared to tbe animosity evinced by the "eentrt"
of 8oQth Carolina for tbe "rabble of the North."
The contest of CavaJUr and Roundhead, of
Vendeao and Republican, even of Oraoeeman
and Croppy, have ba eleeant louatioa. reeu-
latea oy toe noec rule oi onieairy, oom pared
with tho which North aod South will ctxrt on.
if their deeds support their words. "Immor
tal hat, tbe study of revenge," will actuate
every blow, and sever in tbe bitmry of tbe
world, perhaps, will go forth tuoh a dreadful eat
ii as that wbicb may be beard before the
flgbt bas begun, i nere is nothing lo tbe dark
oaves of human passion to cruel aod deadly as
th hatred th Sontb Carolinians profes for tbe
X ansae. . inal bird ba been wellioaT for
yar, till It is tne very iile-blood.ot the state,
it hai set Sooth Carolina . to work steadily to
organise ner resources lor ..toe straggle, wbicb
she intended to provoke, if it did not come io
tbe course or time. -'Inoompatlbtlltj of tem
per" would have been sufficient rronod for tb
divorc, and I am latitfled that there ba been
deep rooted design, conceived iu some men'
mind su years sgo, and extended gradually
iter afur year to otbra. to break away from
th Union at tbe very first oportunity Toe
norm i to oouin Carolina a corrupt and evil
tbiog, to which lor long year the ha been
bound by burning obalui, while mooopoliit
and manufacturer fed on ber tender limb.
Sb hat been bound ia a Mtientlan union to
tbe object she loathes- New England Is to her
tbe hioaroktioo of moral and. political wicked
ness snd social corruption. 1 1 is tbe source of
everything which South Carolina hates, and of
torrtnt ot tree thought and taxed mana
f0iur, of Abolitionism and ot Filibustering,
which have flooded the land. Believe a South
ern man as be believes himself, std vou must
regard New Eogland and th kindred States aa
tbe birtn-piaoeot imparity ol mind among men,
and of nuohaaiity among women th bom of
Love, of f ounerlem, ol inndelity, of Abo
litionism, of fala teachings ia poiitioal econo
my, and social lifel a land saturated with the
dripping of rotten pbtloaophy, with the poison
ons infections of a fanatlo press, without honor
orruodtetyt who wisdom, is paltry cunning,
whoi valor and manhood have been waUowd
io a corrupt, howling demagogy, and ,in th
mart of a dishonest commerce. , it is the mer
cbanu of New Yoik wbo fit oat bip. for tbe
slar trade, and oarry it oo ia Yankee ships
is tb capital of tbe north wbiob aapports,
snd it Is Northern men who concoct and exer
cute the . fillibusteriog expedition which bar
brought disoredlt on th Slsvsbolding States.
tbe large cities, people are corrupted by
itinerant and ignorant lecturer ia tbe town
and ia tb country by an unprincipled ores
The populations, Indeed, koow bow to read and
write, but tbey don't koow bow to think, snd
tbey ar tb easy viottma ot to wretcoed lm
potr on all tb 'ologiet and 'lsmt wbo (warm
over th region, ana subsist by lecturing on
subjects which the lonat riot of mankind In-
due tbtra to accept witn eagern, wbti tbey
assumt tbe Brb ol philosophical abttraotion to
Cor their nastiness, in deference to a oon-
Mmptible and onivciaal bypootlsy. . .
"Wbo fills tbe DutcQers' shops witb large
bin fiiest", Aurdly tb Nw-Eaglaod de
mon wbo bsS besa peraecuting th Souin till Its
Intolerable ctUelty and linoleuc lor cedj her, la
spasm ofagony,- to reod ber ohatp auodr.
Tbe New Kcglander mask, have something to
perseout, and a be bat bunted down all hie Io.
dians. burned all his witches, and persecated all
opponents to tb Oeato, be Invented Aboil-
tlooliot a id boi resource iit to aim tor in
gralifioatioa of bis favorlt paiilon. Ntxt to
this motivf Iprloolple Is bis doeire to mak money
diebouestly, trickily, meanly and shabbily. H
b aoted on it In all bU relations with tbe
South, and bas obeated and ploodered her in all
014 Qeallne bv Villlannn. UfifT.. ir n .k
j.,..I....L.l,.L.. . VHB HU-
j luat me oontn mutt nave been a party to
I hi. . . . . . . . ' -
uvr ooaas n, in at ner Itatetraea
ruieu toe uovernment or tb oouotry, jou
cr told that the South yielded out of our cood
nature. Now, however, she will have free trade,
and Wilt open tbe cowtlng trude to foreign aa
UoD,'aod tbaout from it the bated Yank,
who o iooe moooDoLced snd made their fni-t.m..
by it. Under all the varied btudens and mier
ies to wolchshe was subjeoted, tbe South beld
fast to ber Sheet anchor Sjuth Carolina
the mooring grooad in whieh it found the surest
bold..; Tb doctrine of State, Kizhta Was har
talvatioo, and tbe fiercer tbe storm raged glnt
or iuo mure etoutiy Demagogy, immigrant
preponderance, and the blasts of unirerjai ol
irage bore down oaher, hreateulngi to-sweep
way tue veateo laiereats or toe sutn lo Der
ngot to govern the States the greater was ber
ooufldetice and tbe more resolutely tbe held on
ner oaoie. i ne Wortn attraeted ' horde of Ig
oorant uerman and Irisb," nd tho stum of
curope, while tbe soutb reoelled tbetn. Te
induitry, the capital of the North Inortated wuh
enormous rapidity, under tbe rtflutoce of cheap
Ubor and maatrlacturing Ingenuity and enter-
pries,, iu to vntages wmcn ewenea lpto- towo.
and tbe (owls wbicb became cities, under the
onenvlous eje of the South.. 8be . on
the Oatr&ry, tolled on slowly, clearing for
est and draining swamps to find Dew cotton
ground and rice field for tbe employment
of her only industry, and furtbedavelonment'nr
her otly capital 'Involuntary Ubor." The
title) oi immigration1 wared stronger,' and by
degrees abs saw tbo distrlots Into which she
claimed tbe right to Introduce that capital clos
ed against her, sod occunied br free labor.
Tbe doctrine of eqaatter "sovereignty," and
tbe force of hostile ' tariffs, which placed; a
oeavy auty on toe very artiaiee wblcb tbe South
most required, completed th measure of inju
ries to wbicb (be was subiected. and the smtlt
ui uiBuuuieut louuu vent in nery ucoate, In per
sonal losalts and In acrimonious speaking sad
writing, which increased in intensity In propor
tion to the Abolition movement, and the cot
test between tbe Federal principle and State
Right, became more vehement. I am dedron
a jit . . . . . t a . .
I eoowlog in a few words, for th Information
Of frogitab readers, now it Is the Confederacy
woiau curops anew aimpiy a a poiitioal entity
has succeeded in dividing Itself Tbe Slave
States beld the doctrine, or say they did, tbkt
cb State was Independent as Francs or ss
Sag god, but that lor certain purpose tbev
ebose a common agent to deal with foreign na
tions, and to impaso ttxe for tbe pnrpoa of
paying tne expenses oi me agency.. We, i tap
pears, talked of American citii-ns when there
were no such beings at all. : Tbere were, in
deed, citiaeus of the sovereign State of Soutb
Carolina, or of ueorgiaorot riorida, wbo per
mitted themselves to pass under that deaiena-
tloo, bat it wt merely a matter of personal
convenience. It will be difficult for European
to understand this doctrine, a nothing like ft
bas been heard before, and no sucb Coufeders
tlon ot sovereign States ever existed in one
country in the world. Tbe Nor'htrn men deny
that it exitud here, and claim for the Federal
Uovernment power not compatible with eudb
assumptions. -.2ry bave. lived forth Union,
tbey served it, they labored for and made mon
ey by it A 'man ii i New York ' man wis
nothing' as .an American, oltigen h was a
great deal j A 8ontb Carolinian objected to
lose bis identity In any description wblcb la
oinded him and a"Yanksexlockmket la the
same category. .The Union Was gainitblm
be remembered thai be came from a race ol
tBih a-mtlaneil who had t.r. n-aw,t-rf h.
l.u" " .... v.. Ll:":?,"'
V "r- iio
land, and be tboogbt tbat tbey were animated
by ibe am boati.'ity to himself fie was proud
oi oia names, ana n leit pleasure 10 tracing
his connection with old famiiir io tbe old coud
try. Hi plantatlone were bald br old char
ters, or had Deenio toe baod of bis father lor
bvafal generations f ana De dell vb ted toremem
ber that, when th tituart were banished from
tbeir throne and tbeir ooaotry. the Barcre-n
eoain varoima naa solemnly elected ibe wta
dering Charles King ot tbeir Stme, and bad of
fered him an aylnm and a Kingdom 1 Tbe
philosophical historian may exercise bis Ingena
ity In ooijeeturtag What would have beeu tbe
result, if to lugiUr bad carried bis fortunes
Charleston ' ; ,.":? ( pi .. . .
Sontb Carolina contalnt 34 000 eqasre miles1.
and a population of '730 0UO Inhabitants, of
whom aaa uoo ar DiacK slave.-' Ia tbe old re
bellion, it was distracted between revolutionary
principle and tb loyalist predilections, ard at
least one-half of the planters were faithful to
ueorg lit., aor ma they yield tin Wtthragton
sent an army to support tbelr ntgonists, and
drove tbem from tbe eolooy. ,
Io my next letter I ehilt give a brief account
a visit to tome of the planter, a far as it
oan be mad consistent with th obligation
which the rites and rights of hospitality impose
on lbs guest as well a upon the host. 'These
geotlemo sre well-bred, courteous aod hospi
table A genuine anstooraoy, tbey bare time
cultivate tbeir minds, to apply themselves to
politic and tbe guidance or public affairs. Tbey
travel and read, love field (ports, rsomg, shoot
log, bunting, and flablng, are bold horsemen
ana gooa snow. uut, trier an, tneir stat is a
modern 8prte- an aristocracy retting Oo belot
ry, and with nothing else to ret upon. Although
tbey prof-(abd Ibellev, Indeed, sincerely to
hold opinion Id opposition to tbeopsoitgof the
tlave trade, It I nevertheless true , that tbe
olause in tbe Constitution of the Confederate
State, wbicb prohibited the importation of ne
groes, wa especially and energetically resided
tbetn, because, aa tbey ay, it teemed to bt
admission tbat lavry wa ia lueit an evil
aad a wrong Tbeir wholytem rest on clave,
ry, and a such they defend it. Tbey entertain
very exaggerated idea of tb military atreegth
tbeir little community, although on may do
fall Justice to it military spirit. Oat of their
wool population tbey cannot reckon more than
000. adult men by any arithmetic, and as
there are nearly JO .000 plantation wbicb matt
according to law, superintended by whit
men, a considerable number or tbe adult can
be spared from tb State tor service in the
opeo field, t The plauters boast tbat tne v. can
raise their crop .-without any loeocrentrnoe by
labor of tbelr negroee, and tbey seem confi
dent that tbe negroes will woik without superin
tendence. But tbe experiment Is rather danger
ous, and it will Only berried in the last extremity.
,ti lot 4 f l.i 1 ! 1 " ' - "
The imoortance of thisstrio of land, at the
Junotlon of the ' Ohio and MIsslsslpl Rivers,
forming tne ooatnern terminus or tbe state ol
Illinois, is becoming more and more apparent,
only io a military but commercial point of
view. At it were tnorougrjiy, and at every sea
of the year, teenred against damage from
rise of waters in these "rivers, it would be of
Incalculable value io a national point of view.
8uoh security can be effected by widening and
strengthening the levees which encompaes the
of the city j and it Is worthy of the imme
diate attention of the United States Govern
ment," By tbe aid of the engineering and mili
tary force now quartered tbere, it could be
thoroughly accomplished at this time with a very
nun additional expense to tne uovernment
know oot whether the legislation of Con
gross may be required to authorise thi work;
if it l, we respectfully call th attention of
President or tb United states to tbe sub
jeot, la the preparation ot his menage to tbat
oooy, soon to assemoie at Washington. Tbat a
permar ent military lortlfieatloo will bereqaired
tbis point, commanding tbe Ohio and Missis
sippi rivers, snd the adjacent shore of Kutucky
Miourl, there can be little doubij and we
that suoh a fortifloatlon for a temporary
purpose ba bn already commenced. But a
mor than temporary work I required
there be a furl at ibit point, it eeonvi, war
tare, from our knowledge of tb place, be ten
dered available and oiul, without also com
pleting permanent and roliabl levee up to tb
point whr th Ullnolt Central Railroad enters
elty, near tbe line of oaataway, sometimes,
high watr, (lightly overflowed. If th itrip
of land lor i.Id lbs araa nt ih. .1,. .... .. .11
times tbov high wtter mark and It I more th a
ten months of the year tbere I oo polot I the
Valley of th Mlati.ilppl, except New Orleant,
ol to much valu as a depot for the Iraotblp.
meat and exebtoge of produce and merchandise,
and consequently oommrolel polot Ard-
noial mbankment, atll7 made, oto , fully
hPf y.M r.,medy for th, Dtur' def-lenoy.
r ?k. 7?' U n,0tly wortby4be attention
of the Oovernmeot. The Preeldent blmielf,
we re ur. know bow to pprolt thee
Cairo" ?0'! n1 doubtl, "? wUk
i .- ,
- THC FaCMoa Awtrri .as. B.. a
K...a ji -.! aura-
berof medical gentlemen met lately in, New
w Afar Wn w aa.,.. iL. Si a a
. waiwwa toe meaioai eauinmanta aam.
ary far aa army. Drawiogs wr produced of
aotabdlaace, mad after tb latest pattern
usd la th. French rmy la Algeria and tb
Crime. Thi ambojaue i aa oaulbai shaped
yehiol. to be drawn by two or mor bore,
weighing tome twalve hundred pounds, but
oonstroctedioeiich a manner that It may b
ewily detached, septrated la several piece la
tbe interior, tbe most Imnnrtant nnrtlnn ...II.
oarrlsd by jeveral men Tb Interior Is, wbeo
ally standing, a row of bed, oarrylng tig or
eight men with great ease, but when crowded,
may be forced tn tuaiw., .1 .
number. Etch bed It a "fleld -stretcher," or
portable cot. which takes tbe wouuded man
from the field, and wlthont any fttigamg
cbaoge plaoes him In ibis portab'e hospital.
Tbeambulsnoa avatm ih. -..nia . t ar.--
leon's rreat surceon. I...... i. t,..
found tbat Soldiers voluniaeiad sun ,..!. ...
pojed their bodies with less thought, wbeo i they
knew that there was aa effective medloal corps
to attend, la esse of acoident or injury. What
ir tbey reoeived a ball or a baronet thrust pain
to be sure, for which tbey cared little bat tbelr
surgeon could extraot it, aod la a few weeks or
months they were well, and It wa distinction
ever sfter. With an effeotiv mbulno tbey
would nndertak any marsh, knowing that If
urcr-iatigucu mere tney would be reoeived, and
not left on tbe road to be killed by any thiom a-
Dr. Wolff, late Staff Sorgeoo la th Por'tu
guei army, ald tbat tbe duties of army sur
geon were to see tbat non enter tb ervlo
unless able bidltd. Every sick man require
threor four to carry aod attend him. Hs
coold prove that regiments bad left the city with
a very large proportion constitutionally debili
tated, and whom but a little exposure or over
fatigue would make a alok man, requiring car
ffom th other, and thus materially weakening
the tfflaienor of tbe corps. A great prt ol
th mortality 1 canted by disease, and not by
bullet A Bureeon in tba Fren.-h arm mi.
say, "Colonel, these troops ar fatigued, at,d
cannot uvtrob further," and the result is tbat a
top ia made and the camp pitched where they
are. ne aid not Know whether thi wa to la
the American army or not, but U should be ao.
Tb great enemy to be feared was not tha
one wbooime with powder and bill, but dis
ease hospital dyseatery always of a typhoid
character, contagious in some degre.
BlOIN TO SaVI Nothins It more certain
than that when a man beglas to lay by mooey,
the desire to accumulate grow with tbe grotb
ol bis savings. Tbe "nest egg" Is the chief
difficuhy, A deposit once made, tbesell-denU
necessary to enable the depositor to sdd to tbe
initial sum becomes lees Irksome every day.
until at length tbe thrifty individual derives a
greater pleatur from th contemplation f bis
increasing ator loan ne ever experienced f:om
the outlay of money to gratify hi tastes or
pimper bis appetites. He feels proud too. of
bis own power ol self-restraint, and is dignified
la bis own eyes by bis prudential self sac Hues.
Accorciag to the testimony of managers ot lav
ing banks, a large proponion of those wbo opm
account with the excellent lnttltatioo ar
willing to endure sever hardship and priva
tion rather tbao withdraw tbeir deposit.
Let it be understood, then, that soy young
man who earns his bread bv the sweat of hi
brow aje, or by tbe sweat ol bis brain and
bas sofHoitot determination so to limit bis want
to save a few dollar tor a beglnlog, I al
most sure, by that very act, to lay tbe founda
tion for future comfort and eomoetenca. Th
first earnest effort to provide for a rainv day
will naturally lead to a second, and ibe se
quence will so 00 until the ereat temooral ei.d
of life, a suffloient provision against tbs exUen
es of misfortune or the wants of age, shall
have beeu made.
PaiVATSiis lie tkc KioiTiasANSart. A let
ter to tbe Biston Advertiser Irom ao t'Oioerof
theUuited Stales steamer Richmond, date at
Osooa, May 91, brings th foliowiog IlIiUI
It Is currently reported her that several oar.
tie ar only waiting our departure from tbe
Mediterranean to fit out privateer. Toe ves
sels would cruis about Just outsid tb St at
Gibraltar and icttroept aod oeptar all re
tell either In or outward bound Immjsltiju.y
might be done tooir commerce lo ibis wav.foc
oar trad with all the couutri whose bores
waabed by these water 1 very larg, and
only outlet it through the narrow Strilt of
Gibraltar. If tbe rumor ar true, It will ba
most essential tbat tbe government should al
once dispatch a uflhieut toroe to tb-tt point to
Ooovey and protect our merchant fleet Irom
raosoUy of these mercenary aea rovers.
INTO W KEADY.
THE REVISED STATUTES
STATE OTP OHIO
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