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thority of tie Baglbh laaguage, as It Is now written and
epokesw .... - ... r t , "i
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I M. D. LtewrrT, Superintendent Zaneevllle Schools.
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1 Bu T. Tapraa, Prof. Mathematics, Ohio University.
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land t. A. Nomow, Anoclate Principal High School, Cleve
-; TBtonoRS ImuM,. Principal High School, Oleve
, B. f. HcMlrroR, Principal Cleveland Initlrnte.
J. A. Gaanaui, President of KleoUo Institute, HI
am. i ..-'-:-
W. h. BaaaitsPref. of Chemistry i Ohio Wtsleyan
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H. B, Baaaar, Bx Ceamlssloneref Common Schools,
, Jambs Mornoa, Prof. Bhetorte, Oberlla College.! . v .
r Tbos. Hot, President AnUoch Colleger .
0. W. H. CiTBOAST,. Prof.: MatbmaMcs, High
School, Day ton.
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: B. M. Babbib, Spt Union Schools, Ashland, v-'
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PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
: Mabibtta CoLUsa "It Is truly a magnificent work,
an honor to the author, the publishers, and the whole
eoantry." 'President Andrewi. I . ,
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tions. It will be my guide In orthography and pronun
ciation, and will often be consulted by me for lis neat
and accurate definitions." President Thompson.
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Webster's orthography. At a recent meeting of ear
yacalty.lt eras decided to change It to conform to that
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- Kutob OoiueiB, OABiBrta. 'I most cordially Room
Bond It as the moat reliable standard authority of the
ngllih language as It Is now written and spoken."
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world of letters. Toe mechanical execution is far supe
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trenth OmUmd Etrald of UartX 29.
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nerd by most, if not all. authors of distinction in ibis
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Of ordinary writers and speakers. ' '
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Jrtntho C!-iHnaH 0trkesreai of JprU 10.
n .mi unraH'.nf a hondrad thoasend Words stood.
bad and Indifferent whose multifarious meanings and
derivations, together with their eorreet spelling and pro
Banciatroa, are set clearly before) the eye. The work la
BOqneanooaBiy ue greatest -Anesaorna oi -.ngiiau rr orua
ever published. ' ' '
trotn tkt C!laad PlaindoaUr of Sept. SO, 1800.
BvMently WoRcwrr's Boyai Qoabto Dwrroiuar is
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aothlng to be desired, and in OBTHoeBAMiT It Is sufficient
to say thai woacBeraa oaa oa saicij nugwea j,
i- j INGHAM BBAOOi r , , i
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a 1,435 sew Polities lute been IssaeA daring the year.
fre careful calculation of th present ralne of the
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wessssnwy. tmomnt In neert titerefei, she Streotors
naTeoeoiwadB SiTnnnol u percent, ea tne rremt'
one paid at the table ratea. to all oolldee for life lo force.
latocd prior to Jannary 1, 1B60, payable aoOoriUng to Uie
pr.Mot rule ef U, Oospany t. .. .)4
-.lateefor all ilni. otuto Oontlngenolea, Proepect
oei,e la laments, and Applications, will be fnmlihed
witbod oBAaee, at the mot or Agtoolee of the Ooav
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l.i.,w nf 'm i.M0 s wii:Me4l Joon Bloek.
' afaBsbM, ttOl.nr 1 rl rnl t uniia t Columbus. 0.
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II HIM irLKB,- pf wterf tvarw.' IhtBiMt-.
eAu a moetreaartnnble rmi V
' ' " BAIN aoMiix-VJ
Re. w poUt ta ttteen
Scrofula, or King's Evil,
is a constitutional disease, a corruption of the
blood, by which this fluid becomes vitiated,
weak, and poor. lieing in the circulation, it
pervades the wholo body, and may burst out
in disease oil any part of it. No organ ia free
from its attacks, nor is there one which it may
not destroy. Tho scrofulous taint is variously
caused by mercurial diseuso, low living, dis
ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, filth
and filthy habits, the depressing vices, and,
above oil, by tho venereal infection. What
ever be its origin, it is hereditary in the con
stitution, descending " from parents to children
unto the third and fourth generation ; " indeed,
it seems to be the rod of Him who says, " I
will visit the iiuquities of the fathers upon
their children.".., i -: ,;
Its effects commence by deposition, from the
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in
the lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termed
tubercles; in. the glands, swellings; and, on
the surface, eruptions or sores. This foul cor.
ruption, which genders in the blood, depresses
the energies of lifo, so that scrofulous constitu
tions not only suffer from scrofulous com
plaints, but they have fur less power to with
stand the attacks of other diseases ; conse
quently vast - numbers perish by disorders
which, although not scrofulous in their nature,
hre still rendered' fatal by this taint in tho
system. Host of the consumption which de
cimntps the human family has its origin directly
in this scrofulous contamination ; and many
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or
arc aggravated by the same causa.
One quarter of all our people are scrofulous j
their persons are invaded by this lurking in
fection, and their health is undermined by it.
To cleanse it from the system wo must renovate
tho blood by an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate it by healthy food and exercise.
Such a medicine we supply In
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical
skill of our times can devise for this every
where prevailing and fatal malady. It is com
bined from the most active rcmcdials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
arstem from its destructive conseauencca.
K Hence it should be employed for the cure of
not only Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions which arise from it, such ns Eruptivr
and Skin Diseases, St. Anthony's Fihb,
IIOSB, Or EltVSIPELAS, PlHPI.KS, PUSTULES,
Hlotchm, Ili.AiNsnndBoit.s, Tumors, TETTrn
and Salt Riirum, Scald If gad, Hinqworm,
Kim:latism, Syphilitic and Mf.ucuuialOis
f.askh, Diiopsr, Dyspepsia, Demlity, find,
indeed, all Complaints aihsino from Vitia
ted. .on . Impurr Bi.ooi). Tho popular belief
tn "impurity of tho blood is lounucu in Utah,
fur scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose and virtue of this Sarsapa
rilla ia to purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without vliidi sound health is impossible in
; ATEE'S '
1 FOIt TIU SPGBOr CUKE OF
Iiitcrmltteut Fever, of Fever and Arue,
IlemiUfiiit Fever, Chill Fever, numb
Aitnr, Perlntllcal Headache, or Dlllou
llradntlir, and llllioua Fevers, indeed
Tor Hie whole elaae ot'dleenaesoriKlunt
Ihs; lit Olllnry .un.n.nt. camed by
the Malaria, of Mlnsmatio Counti ice.
Wo are cniiblcd hero to ofTcr tliei community a
romcdy nhinli, while it cures the above complninte
.!.!. 1 -.111 l .11 1 i .
iiiui I'l'iuiim, ia sun iirriruiiy iiuriiiiL'iie ill any
quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in districts
wIitc theso afflicting disorders prcvnil. This
"Cum" expels tho miasmatic poison of Fevek
ami Ao'Jn fiom the system, and prevents the de
velopment of tho Uiscnse, if tuken on the first np
pfoneh of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only
the best remedy ever yet discovered for this class
of complaints, but also the cheapest. The largo
quantity wo supply for a dollar brines it within tho
reach of every body ; and in bilious districts, wlicro
i'KVF.u and Aoub prevails, every body should
have it and use it freely both for cure and protec
tion, A great superiority or this remedy over any
oilier ever discovered for the speedy and certain
care of Intermittent Ik that it contains uo Qtiinuts
or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
other liijunoH.') enacts whatever upon the constitu
tion. Those 'cili'cd by it arc left as healthy as if
they had never hud the disease.
1.1 .1 . 1- . i .1 r
' rcver unu Ague is nui uiuuu iiic uuiiHvquL'iicc vi
the minsinnlic poison. A great variety of disor
ders nrie from Its iiritutinn, among tthich are
Mciua'iia, Hnuiiiintiiiii, Gout, Ifmrfacit, HUd-lii-jj,
J'ooluiclr, fiurarie, Catirrli, Asllimn, FuU
pitutioii. Painful Ajl'vi tioH of the i-pken, lliitrr
ut, Pain in the lloxcilt, folic, J'ftrulisis Hud Dot
rangemcnt of the Stomach, all of .whicli, when
originating in this cnuso, put on the intermilhM
tiyt, or become periodical. iThiS " Ccm: ' expels
tne poison irom tne uiooo, rma consequently cures,
them all alike. It is an invaluable, protection' to
immigrants and Dersons travel linir or temvoraiilv
residing in the malarious districts. If feken orc.i-
sibually or dally wuiie exposed ta tne itiiection,
that will be excreted from the system, and cannot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis
ease, llcnce it is even more vaiuanie lor protec
tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from Inter
mit tents if they avail themiclvet of the protection
tliis remedy affords.
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auniRiD m. iiauib, uoiamnna,
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, t Copartnership. :
I HAVE THI8 DAT ADMITTED BIT
on JAMBS ADQBRBAItr as partner In my bail-
eeas, whlob, will .hereafter he conducted under the firm
' . . n 1 tu an i . u v 1 1 .... a.
Of Bain as son : BMn, v uiu siga ow
Columbus, fee IS, 1861. . t",;' ; .. V , feblS
BESBT KCCnLEB f
rr.. f Vhatm'a Bitabltibment. IT. T..1 Poorietora
"the Hew York fashionable Shaving, Hair Outtlng
JBhampootlng, Curling ana Dressing saloon, last t
' imu aver the Post Office, where setlsfkcUon
be gtvea. in all the variolic branches. Ladles and,
OhiVdrcul oair rremuig oone ia we oen gtytc, . . .
Jyl-lJ - " -u ......
AND CHEAPER THAN EVER !
OC II SPRING SrnCK SB ojresjmijBoj-
GOLD PAPERS AND BpRDERS.
Gold and Velvet Borders,
SPLENDID ' DECORATIONS
' . . . 1 i ,11 '' ' 1
' J'" ' AND "V n
FIRE BOARD PAPERS,
: , Gold and Painted Shades,
GREEN . HOLLANDS,
WDSDOW ITXTUKES, all kinds,
1 ; , . "... . -r.
CORD AND TASSELS,
BfeAUTIFUL PICTURES " '
RANDALL & ASTON,
IOO Soutb 3EElsllt.
N. B. Landlords and persons wishing quantities of
Paper will make money ty buying of ns. Country
Merchants and persons from abroad will do well to call
and see ns. aprll l-d2meodl .... R.. A.
AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS COMBINED !
CONNEOTlNa AT BELLAIBB WITH IHS,
1 , j.i- AND AT PITTBB0RQH WITH THJI . .1
I EAILROAD: -
; ' ,,. -FOKUlNa TUB , , ".
Shortest, Quickest &" Most Reliable
; Route to all Eastern Cities l"
Trains Leava Columbus at follows
I ' UORNINa IXPRISB : . ' '-,
LetYes Columbus 3 30 A. M. from Union Depot, via
Bellalre or Bteubenvlile 1 arrives at Brllalrs, 1U.S0 A.
M t BteubenTllle. J9.S0 P. M. 1 Plitsbnrgh, 3 40 P. M-i
Barrietnrg, I.WA. M.i ia AUentovm, arrives at Mew
fork 8.00 A. M.l via PhUadtlDhia. airlres at Phila
delphia. 5.10 A. it.; New Vork, 10.30 A. at. Conneots
alie at Harrliburg tor Baltimore, arriving at 7.45 A. M.
81eeplDg Cart attached , to this Train
Proln Oolnmbus, run dlreotly tbroagk to Bollslre or
Pittsburgh without change; anJ fasngrs via Allen
town arrive In New York at 8 A. M., ,
irrrwo houes is' ACVANOB OJ HORTHBRN
, ' ' f LINKS. '
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This Train also eonneots at Bellalre with tha
- Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
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I 1 ' . i TiTTflBTJRQH BXPBtSSS
Leaves Ooambni li Si A Mi from Union Depot, Tit
eteubenvllle; arrives at Newark, W 50 P. M.i Ooihoe
lon, 8.15 P. M. Btearjeovtlle, as M.i Plttebarg, 9. 40
P M I'TO'his Is tne only rontf by which Vasesngere
om leave Cincinnati at 7. A. at., go torougn to run
burgh in daylight, Without change or tan or oeiay.
- " "
Lesves Oolumhua S.I3 P. M., froni' TJo Ion Depot, via
Bellalre: ' arrives at Newark, sin r. at aanesvuie,
t 33 P. M 1 Bellalre T M P. ale; Ptelarii,ill.8 P.
; Harrliburg, 8.00 A. M.l eve) soeeiai ar'tvee
at New York, 4 P. M ; ia ru,,aetpMa, arrivea
PMadel h.a. 1 10 P. M.L New York 6 P. M, This
Trsla also eonneou at Harrlsbhrg for Baltimore, ar
riving Bt 1 iP. At.! II. MT 11 -j '.i v..
This Train runs through to Bellalre er Pltttbarg wlih
out change of Cars: and from fltUborg there Is ne
change of Cart' to PM'adelpbla, or Via Allentown to
New xork tnusensiing .,- " r" y 'cu
The only ftonto frfiirn dblurobuavlo' Biltlmo're,
' 1 Philadelphia, or fTew york. Wt.Onlt..
Bv this Train, PaaMneeta arriTela Nsw.Xmb fire
hours In advance of he Northern Hoes. ;, .. ...
This Train alio connects at Bellalre win me Jjaitimore
am. a ... J- I ,U .. 'I . . I .J . I
. . rr.r ,J.r) f t p
0Th!s Rou ia 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
and mora than.IUU mile snorter Ho
New. York, than Northern Lines.?.,
Baggage Checked Through to' all im-
. '."1 T4r,4. T?a.f '"'-
' I ASK fOR TI0KBT8 VIA
TICketa COd, TBt7lWkFv..Te
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j 'el". fJA 6 Gen.tleket Aetna Central Ohio R.vJlA'f
. I. ai.Jiuiumneu.ivr.T
Gen. Ticket Ageat Bteubeuvllle Short Line.
JelO.. tc' oi't ' 7.1 1'-i'uVuo t svi jutii
' 1 1 1 1 11 1 'I
T7111lAraa '"JLi ' Grill
MAILk. atAEa, SASII, PUTT7, OOEB AOl,
nariia. Plctol. Wori JkWIUoW 'Ware
, other and Rubber Belting, "I aos leather, pose
king.'-' X- " "; - ' " ' '
jf oeoBs.. .. .1 im i...,t.jf,wiii
NoveUes,inNeckTleeBna scans. j , -r y
, lBvrOTandarroteColW.-u4 '"
.,.., , " Kailiroteered Soeket UaoaJterchlebj
. 1. VIA Alnitu nliuvlnf m&kil.
OoMsb Hill Shir. varloBMtyleSi " P , '.3'AIOI
, Boya'OoldenHlll Bhlrta, do .ucUuli:
J Driving ana ntreeiwiorua. u
' ; Hemmed Pocket Bandkercblelkrvarloui styles. ,
' 1 ' Bait Hear and Under Oanouota, 1
bair ec eun,
""atirllJ . No. S9 Bouth High itreeU
DI. nV VMf. . awe
f . Weekli.oer.rar 3 00
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General Scott's Views.
General Scott's Views. [From the National Intelligencer, January 18, 1861.]
Some allusion having been Bade to the an"
nexed paper, both in' tbe publlo prints and hi
publlo speeobes, and some misapprehensions of
its character having thereby got abroad, we bate
obtained eopj of it lor publication. In order
that onr readera may see what it la. They will
find il a fresh evideuoe of tbe veteran General's
devotion to his country as a oitiien, and of bis
rors'iast as a eoldiert - '.
Views snctKea'ed by tbe IriimlneDt danger (Oo
tuber S. low,) or a disruption or tne uuion
by the i-eceeni ju of one of more of the South
ern States, '' ;.;
"To save time, the right of secession mat" be
conceded, and instantly balanced by tbe cor
relative rUbt, on tbe part of (be Federal Gofr
ernmeot, agaluet au fmerior cute or states, 10
re esubllBb by . force, if necessary, jts iormer
contiouitytof territory ."Palcy't Motaland Po
dfieei Phitotophy, la$t thapln . . , .. .
But break this glorious Union b; whatever
line or lines that noliiioal madness may con
trive, and there would be no hope of reuniting
tho fragments exceot bv tbe laoeration and des
potism of the sword.. To eOeot such result the
intestine wars of our Mexican neighbors would,
in comparison with ours, sink Into mere child's
play. . . - ......
A smaller evil would be to allow the free
merits of the great Republic to form themselves
into new confederacies, nrobablv four. ....
..T All the lines of demarcation between tbe new
Unions can not be accurately drawn in advance
but many of them approximately may. Thus,
iooKine to natural Doundariei, ana commercial
affinities, gome of tbe following frontiers, after
many waverings and oonflicts, might perhaps
become acknowledged and fixed: ,
1. Tbe Potomao Elver and the Chesapeake
Bay to the Atlantic. 2. From Maryland, along
tbe crest of the Allegheny (perhaps to the Blue
Ridge) range of mountains, to some point on
the coast of Florida. 3. The line from aay the
bead of the Potomac to the west or north-west.
Which it will be moat difficult to settle. 4 Tbe
crest of the Rocky Mountains.
Tbe South-east Confederacy wonld in all bu
man probability, in less than five years after the
rnpture, find itself bounded by the first and sec
ond lines indicated above, the Atlantio and the
golf of Mexico, with Its capital at say Colum
bia, South Carolina. Tbe country between tbe
second, third and fourtb of those lines wonld, be
yond a doubt, In about tbe same time, constitute
another confederacy, with its oapital at proba.
Diy Alton or umncy, Illinois. Toe Boundaries
of the Paoifio Union are tbe most definite of all,
and the remaining States woald constitute the
north east uontederacy, with its oapital Alba,
It, at the first thought, will be considered
strange that (even slaveholdlng States and
parts of Virginia and Florida should be placed
(above) in a new Confederacy witn Ublo, lodi
ana, Illinois, etc., but when the overwhelming
weight ot tbe great North-west is taken in cou
nection with the laws of trade, contiguity of ter
ritory, and the comparative indifference to free
soil doctrines on the part of Western Virginia,
Kentucky, Tennessee and Missouri, it is evi
dent that but little if anv coercion. bevond mof.
al force, would be needed to embrace themj and
I have admitted the temptation of tbe navaated
publio lands which wonld fall entire to this
Confederacy an appanage , (well husbanded)
sufficient for many generations.. - As to Missouri,
Arkansas and Mississippi, they wonld not stand
out a month. - Louisiana would coalesce with
out mnub BollcWeAion, and Alabama, wlta W eat
Florida, would be conquered the first winter
from the absolute need of Pensaoola for naval
depot. ' roiuJvJ ' i. F"r"T w
If I might presume to address tbe South, and.
particularly dear Virginia being "native here
and to the manor born" I would affectionately
ask, will bot your slaves be less secure, and
their labor less profitable tinder the Bew order
things than under the old J Could you em
ploy profitably two hundred slaves in all Ne
braska, or five hundred in all New Mexico?
Tbe right, then, to take them thither would be
barren right. And is it not wise to ' '
"Rsther bear the llli we have,. ' 1 '
1 Than Sy to others that we know not of?"
The Declaration of InddpfrdenSe proclaims
and consecrates the same-maxim: ''Prudence,
indeed, will diotate that Governments long ea
tablisbed should not be changed for light and
transient causes," And Paley, too, lays down
a fundamental maxim of statesmanship,
"never to pursue national honor as distinct from
national interest;" but adds: -"This rnle ao
knowledges that it Is often necessary to aeiert
the honor of a nation for the sake of its inter
ests" ... . .. .1 .
The excitement that threatens secession is
caused by the near prospect of a Republican's
election to the - PresidenejM From 4 eaaae of
propriety as a soldier, I have takeq ne part la
the pending canvass, and, as always heretofore,
mean to star away from the noils. Mv "vmpa
tblrs, however, are with, the Bell and Everett
ticket. ' With Mr. Lincoln I have bad 00 06m
msntoation whatever, direct of Indirect, and
have .: no: recollection,, of ever baviog Seed bia
person, but can not believe any nnooustitutioa
al violence, or breach ot law, is to be apprehend
ed from his administration of tho Federal Gov.
From a knowledge -of onr Southern popula
tioD.it Is imv solemn oonviotioa that: there ia
some danger of an early act of rashness prellmi
nary to secession, wis: toe se z ire or some or an
of tbe following poets:' FjrU' Jtckson and St.
PoiliD, In tbe MiadiBlpLl 'below New Orleans,
both without garrifdne: rorta rickens aud Mo
Ha,TensacoiB Harbor, wun an lueunktent gar
lison for on 1 For fulaeki;. below Savannah,
without a garrison t Fjrta Moultrie and Sumter,
Charleston harbor, the former with an insuA
oienjt garrison, and "the latter without any ( and
fort Monroe, Ha tap ton Koada, without a Sum
eisot, garrison. In my opinion all these 'works
should be immediately su garrisoned as to make
any attempt to take any one ot tbem, by sur
prise or coup t' main, ridiculous.'
a With tbe army faithful to iu aiieeiafioe, and
tbe navy probably 1 equally so, and with a red
eral Executive, for tbe next twelve months,
firmness and moderation, which the country has
a right to exp cot wtooWalto a Belnir an element
of power not feaa than it there, ia good
reason to hope that tbe danger pi secession may
be made to pass awsy without' one conflict
arms, one execution or one arrest for treason.
In the mean time it la suggested that exports
should remain as free as at present; all duties,
however, on imports, Collected, (outside of tbe
cities,") as such receipts would be needed for
tbe national debt,' invalid .pensions, etc, and
only articles contraband .of war be refused ad'
mittance. bin even tnia reiusat would be un
necessaryas' the foregoing Views eschew the
ides: of invadlne e seceded tltate.'. b e j -i
NEW YORK, October 29, 1860.
r Lleutenant-General Scott's respects , to the
secretary 01 war m aay,
TbataooDTOi nis - views." etc, waa dis
patched to , the President yesterday, In great
haste: but tbe copy intended for the Secretary
better transcribed (herewith). Was hot in time
for tbe mall. Ueneral S.-weuid be nappy If
latter could be aobsutntea tor toe termer. vd
,i It will be teen that tbe " Viewe" only apply
a case of secession that makes a cap In
nresent Union." The falllnir onyeay of Tstas,
or of all tne auanuo tates, rrom ine rowmac
aonth,, was no( within the scops ot Utneraiia.'s
:! 1 .. .
pUVlHlUUai 1 tmiJUlD.i ..... MVrtMlj
t It is his opinion that Instructions should
givin at once to the commander of the Barranr
caa Foils Moultrie aud Monroe, to be en their
ruard anaiaatsurtHisea and emu 4 maiap
to regulirr approaches,' nothing "can Be. jiald
done, ai wis ume, wnoum oiuuieura v ,
, 0 There la on .(regulai; company) at Boston
in In forts or on board thins of war. The ereat
and objsct of thll plan was to gain lime Say eight or
onkh te await Asneceed rawaaBrsf eonoliiatiea
the part of the North, and the subsidence of. angry ,
im (WMndalta- nnarter. ' - - l)w
one here (at the Narrows), one at P.Keborgh,
one at Augusta. Ue., and one at Baton Koage
in all five companies, only, within reach, to
garrison or reinforce the forts mentioned fn tbe
"Vtewa.'?' v- '" a r.-.i.s :
General Boott Is all solicitude for tba safety
of tbe Union. He is, however, cot without
hope that all danders and difficulties will pass
away wtbout leaving a scar or painfe! reoollee-
tiou behind' ,' ." t-'.l-a n - uv viU
Tbe most obedient servant,
October 30, 1860. W. S.
Search for Contraband of War.
Tbe correeooodent of the Boston Journal re
lates the following incidents attending tbe
eh for contraband at the Relay Hiinee.
Y.,u hear the whistle of tbe train bound for
HaiLer'a Ferrv. As it comes rounding the
curve, tbe guard is drawn upon each aide of tbe
rack. Boon ue tbe tram stops, a soldier steps
on each' platform of every car, and seer thai bom
one geta ea or oa.- Tow one wnose Dustne it
ia to "develop" any contraband articles or .per
sons, enters tbe 101 ward paasenger car. ne
looks under tbe first seat, and finds nothing but
a very suspicions female. liar hoops are very;
large, and she looks about tbe waiat as though
she indulged In a free use of cotton, or else is
a walking train In the use of tbe Rebels. Tbe
searcher looks, but doesn't know what to do.
Ha cannot, ef Bourse, treat bar as be woola a
man, for everybody would call blm a brute, and
besides, be his no taste for such things. At last
he timidly requests tbat she win rise, in ine
hope tbat some treasonable article may fall and
discover her charaoter. v ..':
Here is a man who either looks little con
fused, or else puts on a stolid expression, aa
though he were utterly indifferent. " After hav
ing carefully Investigated thla seat, tbe eearcht-
er politely aaka the Individual to empty bit
peakeu. AUnd yon, wis is reauy oone pouieij,
and while asking a thousand pardons for tbe
demand. All letters directed to individuals
south of the Potomao are confiscated. Often
times they are found to contain valuable In
formation. If the man is very suspicious the
March is correspondingly rigid. The hands are
passed over his coat and inside his vest, and
woe be to him if anything Is discovered tbat
stamps him as a spy.. So the cars are looked
tbrongb, one by one. - Borne 01 tne passengerB
laurh. aome irrow mad and swear, some see tbe
reason of the thing and yield at once, others
bluster and threaten, ana bare to be snui up oy
tbe fear of Immediate arrest if they open their
mouths again. . , -'
The searcher then says: "All who have bag-
. . .a a
gage will please step into tne lorwaro car,
He then asks each man to open bia trunk, and
passes tis hand as carefully as may be throogn
th hnnrtlpa of varieties with which human be
ings fill their apparatus. One's luggage does
not ondereo one half the danger whlob it is sub'
Jeoted to in a Liverpool custom bouse. I have
seen botn oiassea 01 operawra, ana a wuuua
much prefer to go by tbe Relay than land in
Liverpool. 1,1 '! '
. Suddenly tbe searcher comes across a com
mon, looking, red. wooden trunk. It Is mark
ed Mary Birkltt, Wheeling, Virginia. There
la nothing auspicious about It. It looks in
keeping with some village aunt, who had fore
sworn the eomnanv oi tbe coarser aex, and bad
just returned from a visit to some relations who
bad lately thrown tnemseivea away Dy swear
ing, in tbe presence of a parson, to keep borne,
neatly and economically, for some one of those
wortbless creatures caiiea men. a ne eearcuw
calls out for Mary to come and display her dry
roods, but no Marv is to be found. He calls
asain. and with the aame result. ' The con
dueter ia Questioned, but be knows nothing
about the matter. The thing looks all right,
but it won't do to let even Mary Birkltt'a trunk
go out without knowing what la In It. So, after
havlne- sounded another eall for the spinster to
make bet appeavanoe, Mm aeaeaaae aeAU ioc a
hammor and obieel. and opens the thing. , No-
thins' alarmiDa- is nresented. On the top is a
very white, and nioaly done up pair or sleeves.
Then comes a ehemlatte, and then a dretS, and
then two million of peroussloa caps, , -Ah,
Marv. that was a sorry dodge. No wonder you
didn't answer when your peme was called
Wby, my dear Mary, you have here more caps
than you could wear in a don,life times. The
trunk is connscated.
Col. Jones was once saint tbrongb train on
tbe scent of suspicions articles. , He saw be
tween two seats a small, baaket. The top waa
partly raised and discovered some sandwiches,
Klncerbrcad. etc 'It was of eourie nothing
surprising to see a luncheon basket in tbe cars.
Tbe conductor oame up and said, "Colonel, an
old woman owns tbat batketr-I believe she haa
tepped into tbe forward car." well, tbat waa
very reasonable. However, just as ne was go
ing to leave It the Colonel put his little Auger
nuder tbe bsndle, to see bow much a basket of
luooheoa weighs, you know: Bat the thing
didn't come np. Humenow it etacK w ine noor.
Ha than awdied his wbole baud, and after re
moving the gingerbread; be discovered ' about
balf a peck ef bright brass buttons, which ware
on their way to adorn the uniforms of .Virginia
rebels, ! . .... . . , , "... .....
Cheat in Wheat.
WEST TOWNSHIP, McLEAN, Co, ILL.
June 12, 1861.
Td tbe Editors of tbe Louisville Journal:
titBTLiaiN I saw in jour Journal aome years
ago a proposition to give one hundred dolhira to
any one wno wouia oemoustraie spat wueu
wnuin nroauae cocas, or coast, ae . ia eummua
ly called. ' Now, sirs, I tblnk I can demonstrate
the t.nti t hava been convinced for at least ten
years; bnt, to convince some of my skeptical'
oelgbbors, last harvest, 1 inoa inree oeaua ui
haatand laid tbem on hard grouod, on' the
aide of my garden where tbet were exposed, to
aUu and rain till late in tne iau , 1 oej tproqt
ad and took root, but were nearly killed through
tbe winter. This spring 1 Invited my oelgbbors
to examine tbem, Tbe beads were nearly per.
tret, and plain to be seen tbat the sprouts came
from the grain yet in the bead, and even now the
heads can be distinctly seen, as they were laid
I m h.,t. It Is fioW in full head, and there
ia bot one he id of wheat in tt. It Is aU cheat:
la thla nrnnft If It iS hot. I WOUld like tO XQOW
chat kind of eroof you want. I don't want
vour hundred dollara;Jiutit yon are yet skepti
cal, I will make this proposition if I fall to
demonstrate that wheat will-produce cheat or
chess, I will agree to give obo hundred or one
thousand dollars to any, cnaritaoie usuinuon
(not sectarian In ita tendencies) you may select,
Provided yon win do toe same tor me u 1 es
Tbi Sotrrauit CoamssioNHS irr FaaNccy
A..i.f. nr Ma. R01T in Paais. In the Paris
correspondence of the L&ndon Star, dated June
6, we Bod tne following rraurawie yieow m
intalliD-erjoei - - .
The Mlnlstere of tber 'United State beve
bal dly left Paris when thetgenta of tbe . Con
Mmm Rtate make thtir atroearante. 'Mr.
William Proet (RostJ has arrived, eaargea witn
an extraordinary message from President Da
iiS(o tho , Emperor of the Freuub, . Manj
Amur MM11 ia nara so uividw wnv suev un-
ard such an assertion aay that the Southern'
envoy and bis friends are.fery sanguine, as
th nltimate success of ilia mission.
Mr. Host is aooompanlaa. by several other
gentlemen, some of whom are. to aetouumme
diatelv for 8t. Petersbure, Prussia and Austria
and others to try and engage on -their side
sympathies of themahofaottrers bf 'Frtfice.
Nothlnc ia said about the Maaobestec men
connection with ,tbla new jnisaloai.bnt it may
fall etranirelyon Enalish, ears to DO told that
eanat of tha alave owners StavlnK at Paris dp
peart be tnder the iiaptewioa toai soma
tbesa oaya. n.ngutn. meuoi-war.,wiu oe
patched to break op the blockade established
rreaitient 1.WCOIU. ... ,. , .
iWbv thk CoNrtDEfafclAtAtiPONtD Hab
rn'a FtasT The army correspobdent of
Louisville Courier, wrltio? under dtte of
ir,iH lnt.. from Harner'S Ferrr." eitet thla
the reason for the Confederate abandbhinent
that atrOnchold:i. . ; v.'.'mb a i f I i r 0 tfo
, The necessity of Ih Is step waa rendered,
more apparent by the faot that Intelligence
been received of th rapid approaoh of General
McQlellan's DivlsioO of the Federal Army to
ward Winchester. - Thus we were 10 be inter
oented.and oorsmaTI fjroe. comnletelv hemmed
In bf the conatautly augmeoilog numbers of :
the AVorlberners, either cut. to pieces or oom"i
polled to surrender.' Our commander very pro , ,
dently chose to take neither horo of the dilem
maj but resolved to desert Htroer's Ferry and
boldly strike lo tbe Valley of Virginia where W
bfdould attack tbe enemy. We sretboe to ;
be diarle the iffmMve paetVr and shall certaioly,
lo jood time, 'make a propee repartiof one !,,
terview with tbe bluste-ing Hoosiere and Back
eyet. - , ,
N"b. 4 "Gvnno ' Block. r )
RE1VOW REOBITinO THESIS WIW. I, ...
Jt ,ISB OOODB, and levlte the public to Inepect .
the. No such stuck 4 Ooooj has ever beesf braugbt to 1
this market. ; The South, ia cuocoaccnce of the failure ,
of she grain crop, has not bean able to puroheee the ue
aaluantlty ef rich gevdai end (haV fact Kasfofwcd the -
Importers to sell thera at public auction. Onr buyer
lar. bioou) using m new tors ai incts large saics, iuok
.ntare ot them,' and we eaa Bad will sell eat (node
here, at leas than any coe who purchaeed two weeks since.
pale; ror uua io new lora. varwocB lecempics la :
every departraeBt of - ..... , .,!,
BIaBOA NT DKES3 SILKS, . . . .... . .
' ' MMteriA is ai.liMt Aimrl m a . . !
I Ul l UIHAlT T DuvUlto, '' - '
i" 1 TtRnrnr yf.Eur.TR.
. PRINTED COBURGS,
BLACK ALPACAS, ' ' ; i .or ; .
'OKLKANo, f ,,; t
1. . FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES, '
' 1J '-- " P0PLIN9, PRINTS, '
" ' - '- -i r:.- 1 ; - DELAINES.., v
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth. '
" 't Bought in One Day,
j LADIES7" FURS,
z ! HOSIERY ! DEPARBLENTi ' r
Men's, ladlee and Children's Unyter Shirts and Drawers;
Ladles, Misses and Children's Hosiery or su ainas, in
Wool and Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined and Cotton Oiovee .
of every make. ,-. -
.--i. j ALSO
A complete assortment of all tbe usnal varie
ties of . .
LADIES' CLOTH8, ' '
" J DRESS TRIMMINGS,
ladies and Gent's Linen Cambric Hand-
..v,...-. kercniefs, Ac, &o.
Ts Bersens who call oa as, we pledie our words to .
show them tbe largeit, beet and cheapen stock of Goods
ever seen In this market, or pay tbem one dollar par
aeur while looking.
aecl-dlysttawitw. btub ar. u uan.nA.
:, , BAiisrcfcsoisr,: " :
.j, SO. 29 SOUTH EIQH . STREET,
ABS NOW OFFKRINOI
1,600 yards Baoer Plain Black Bilks at SI 00 vales
-1 88 Berysn--- j .. ,t ,
tt&OQ rates Travallig Press sad Jiaotla Goods at .
- rlS 18 cents ralne 20 cents pes yard.
8,000 yards While firllliantos at 13 1-8 cenis-
Value SO cents jrjard. "
SvOOp yards Fine and Domeitlo ainghams greatly un
der value. "
LAROB AND DESIRABLE LOTS OF
CHALLIS, rOULAJLD SILKS,
: SXaUSB BARXQEJ, IATZIXA8, .
'. ": LAWXf, CALX03XS, fOFUHl, -
AND ALL OTHER
New and ITaah.iona'bla Draws Oooda
the most dsslrable styles and at very leers prices.
Of alt materials, raade ia the most styltah manner after. ,.
the latest Paris Vasaioas the asost elegant styles la
RAsra cc avre,
Ne. 88S nth Blghatreet.
tHE REYiaED STATUTES ' '7
I ' .. . .. J. Of TH1 ',. ' '"' "' .' " '
STATZ3 O IP O H lO ' '
J iOINERAL KATOKB IN fORCl ACQ. 1, 1800.
COLLATED BV ' ' "
T ! ... PRSilS OOO&T.
, .IK"..- - . - Ti. .-,-,:. ;. ....
Ceotainedln prenty-piue voraes of the Ohio and Ohio
;,!jnltMIS0S8 TO PRIOR LAWS, ' "
YiEAlSDEB J.CHrrClilFES.,E8q. '
' aud a rcLt, anb oowvihhmt inoix. ' -'
In Two 'Royal 8v0' Volumes. Price $10 00. ''
' I .ibic i m to 1 . i 3.' -v-jarr:
Tto care er eipense baa been spared te .stake . the work
rierfeet and reliable In all respects.
1 1t has sew I be LegtatatJva aauctlen, BBvtmt beea bbo). . 1
graved by nearly the unanioicus vote of both Honaes,
snd was ordered lo b distributed te the following Scale -
ini County oAoeret -
u aovernor. Attorney aenerai, Bupramajaages. Beere
eary, 0 aiptraller. Treasurer and AU.iKor of rjtate. and
10 Uie Probate Oourte, Ooarti of TJunmoo Pleas, Super
ior and Police Courts, AuHore.-and tae OMrSe of the
various Oourte In each county, to the Members of the ,
Senate and Hauae of Beoraeentativee nf his Diets, and ' J
the aoverners of th- several Slate, of the Union. - .u
This book, containing, aa It does, all of tbe Statutes.
oow In force, and lb authoritative oeootractieaof them
and of the New Oonstituilon, will be found to be especial- , .
ly useful la the performance 01 tneir auties, to an
toomTtorpioii8,'. - v. . -"' -1 j
TOWNSHIP TRUSTKKB, I
CLBKK3 OrTOWNSHtPg, and ' il cSl
. . .. niTV OFUPKHJl.
iL-HR'J . -1 ' r 1 ".-i-r ! 1. n -1
basmucn as very man v c ban ires have been ma1e la the
gtatutee sieoe the pabHeaneo ef the lail edltlnna, By te- ;
mL alterations and additions, and saanv Innortantde-...'.
eialons have been given by the Supreme Court on con
trovert! pelnte.au. n riaif D".n ten'tZ' J7U
BANKKR8. MKKCUAHT8 9 1' i
AND BOMNieS N-eiNBBALLY,
WQlflimiblaaasrmMabtcWTktiffai i 1
1to Royal 8e. Tolumtt of-vtar Jfinetetn Hundred
ill 1 usl ,oi?&;. tirV;i .tiiicJ I 'lsij r.; i
FuslUhedby .... .
ifedBfcftfiT Clarice, & co;; s
Uf abtlsheraP Boeksellent' Stationer and Importer. 1
.--V rolj'J eo.Wesfeurtb atreet.. -f
fehlH.iTOnl.t Ulnflnnau u. ' -
. I aWAJUlUiilt' AAA VAAAJkJI .'Jul
riaTit; a se. 18,-woirrn Ixion it.,' i
VJ jtBd,.aanilna, cur ,paw Bake 0 , i , . , -T
1 AMERICAN WATCHES, T, ,
mabaMture by 1. HOW AID COi Doesoa. Haee. ''
Vlie Watches era far superior to anything ever ottered.
be puailot Bereteierer aavnig we euelueivevgeaey,' -' '
in cell tnera ai pneee 10 eu ins unue. 1 Hare Juat '. ,
Ived a large stock or ,
t i .'iAA4J '.-A'A4J . .rl l
( AflltalliAW. W AruUiil, !,,;, ..
ufaotartd Kr APPUirQi tRAOI, 00 1 alee, a,
saeortmentof j ..'t . . ,.,, 1, . 1 .., .
tltOUSlI JKD 8WIS9 WATCHES,
1 "' ttt 'Bold snd Sliver Oases, at Tantc priceei "
T.1U.M .fU'diei v.:,, V' ut 111 ''...
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