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DAILY. Tfil-WEFCIY AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,1
fTJBIISH Bl AND PROPRIETOR
O"0me6 Hoi. 80, 88 and 40, North High St.
. . TaWM! INVARIABLY IN ADYANC1 '
Dally . . " $6 00 peryrar.
" By iho Carrier, per week, 12) cent, i -Trl-Weslrly
',. . 8 OP per year.
WMkly .- V X,;V ' "I 10 !
eruts or 'jtavertisfnir ty'tlii Square
nsqtMrlytii..90 0lOiiqrfW'"
vckl..4 00
0n
U 11101.11)1 in in I wu -
a vv
9m., .". 6 months l 00
Hm" '" ! months io (Hi
5ne ' i! months 8 Oil
. On iTf month. SOU
On
1 week... '1 7
Otto
One
One
Sdayi... IOC
" adays,... 75
"."'1 iDKMorl 50
Displayed advertisement half more Uian the above
ihitei 1,1 i
Advertisements leaded and placed In the ooluian pj
?nil Notiaea.Y doulile the ordinary rateii I .
All uotlces requlrei. tu be published by law, legal rataa J
If ordered os tne tnsioe exclusively alter inenrsiweea
.. per ceo jpprp thau,the,bne tea; but allatich wil
, MfhDtr l me,Xfl-weens wiino.ni enarge,
li ID'
easiness Cards, not exceeding. Ave lines, peryeai
II le, 50 per line; outside 'i
Notice of meetings, cluirl tables ocletles, fire companies'
Ac, half price.. .....
All traneftnt advertltementt Must 8 paid for in
'- adviw ., Tterula will not be tarled from. '
Weekly, same price aa the Dally, where the advertise
seillio Weekly alone. Where 'he Dally and Weekl
an both used, then the charge U.rthe Weekly will bt
hail the-ratek of the Bally ..... -
No advertisement taken except for a definite period.
business cards;
, . , , f.. a., b. smxiss, ,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
-t " in..
Offle Ambo Building, opposite Capitol Square. '
COLUMBUS, OHIO '
U9l. OSBOnNB,
f Attorney $ Counsellor at law,
' MARION, OHIO.
OOXjXTIVEXSXJS
Machine MannfactDring Company
3 -T.
- iUDTiOTCMM 0
STEM ENGINES & BOILERS,
OMtinct, Kill-Geiring, Kaehlnory.
11 Hill -N- .
ALSO,
IXinllroncl Xorlx
or rviir oiBcmrrioN. '
. coi,cinnij8, oiiiu.
0HA8. AM BOS, Sup't. P. AMBOS, Treat, i
deoll. IH5H-K
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
1
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolis!
Through to lnaMaDa'oolii without Change of Can
and but One Change of Cars between
ColumbiM and St. Louts.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM-
... .. BUS. ... :,
firstTtrain.
(Dally, Mondaya excepted.)
MtOUt. tXtHKBS, via Dayton, at 8:15 a. m.,stop
Dlnaat London. Xenla, Dayton, Ulddletown and Hamil
ton, arriving at Cincinnati at 8:20 a. m.; Dayton at 5:45
a. aa., Indianopolis at 10:48 a m.; tt. Loulsat 11:50
SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION . at 0.10 a. m., stopping at all Sta
tion between Golnmbue and Clnelnnatl and Dayton, ar-
rrtvim t-Oiaeinnatt ll:W a. aa.. Dayton atftlJ a. m.,
!,MndtenojolUnt;86l. -
1U1K.U 1 IVAlXl
DAT IXPBE88,at 9:30 p. m., stopping at Alton,
lellerson, London, Charleston, Oedarville, Xenla.
Spring Valley, Corwln, Morrow. Deerfleld. Foster'e.
Loveland, Milirord and Platnvllle, arriving at Clncln-
satl at 7:90 p. m.i Bt. Louie at IS m; Dayton at 5 35 p.
tlelnir rr on all Nigrm rraini to
Ulnci
ncinnall and Indianapolia.
'..annate riiniKfll TIIKnrml.
'--.'
For further Information and Through Ticket apply to
M L. DOI1BHTY, i
ticket Affent, Union Depot, Oolumhna, Ohio.
, . , i. w.woodwabd, t
Superintendent, Olnclnnatl.
JNO. W DOUBKTV '
inU Agent, Columbus,
-,qualnted."
' .-'.in ' "
Jait BeeeWedl
IAA nF. Cll OH K KIM and I1LACK
LVvTTIiAS IOO bags prim Bio Conce. w :
1 An pocket old Dutch Government Java Coffee.
1 5 bags Ceylon Coffee,
80"bbls. standard White Sugars, consisting of Pow
dred, Ohrushed, Oranuiated A and B Coffee .
SO quintals Oeorge Baak Codfish. '
80bble. Mesa and No. 1 Mackerel.
A tea. Pick BMmon.
100 bx. Layer Renins.
5UhUboxde irlde i ij ' !
lOOqr. box do da
100 ILOIgars, different brands and grades.
Bovirt WM MoDONALD.
c.
LILLEY
3300H
, Ant) Blaok-Book Eafiolantarer,
I0RTB IUQB ttkOri, COLOatBUS, OHIO
aaill-li r . . .-, it - - ..
i' Redr "Whitei aad Blue
iP"". CAUCOEA, o
MIBBON9, v
SILKS,
JV; . 'BAISaSOtf,
No. 89 South High street.
aprto
M)W,HOOPHKlHT, , ,
XJI3NT cto DON,
Wn. oo nnntn nrarr rtuccp '
nriv ' .. ' ': H '
"rlara last received a new mat ef -HOOP SKIKTS
pushed In a manner far euperior to any yet InUoduoel
& ' t4 Sis'. rnr,TTT TT.r.A m
yuKrVDiLiti I Any un.Ayt.rvuiiicoa.,;
. FAIMILY - rLODH,
rtTlltTK WIIEATi'BHANDED' v
lltsu: ! M " -I ', if. :' Vj '
f ,,jbno.'w;fi4AKk."ui... i
(roar! 'Barrett Mills," Sprtngfleld, 0. the best bran,! of
flour broutiht to our market. Batlslactlon guaranteed,
loraaleonly at - ' WM. MuDON ALD'S, ' "I
'aovxl r,.U.'J$i) iaJlo Soath Blgh street. 1
Irish -Xinen Gl&,fn ' '
( f, Jhlneo hlrt B Pela and fanoy
,., ( jBhlrliuii abd uotons Llnaos. ,...-'(
.. Linen dheetliMt aii4 Pillow Oaslngs.. v . , '
Linen Oaaibrios and Long Lawol.
i''- LineD Poeket-lianda'fe, all sl(et i
TV -j ! a ' -Linen Towellings and Diaperf '
... , tlnon Raktns and D'Oylies. i , i .
'' ' f.lnra Table Clotua and Satin Damaske. ; j , '
.v . LUmo Teweia wllh enlored oorders.- , .., 1
Linen Siair Cuverinm and Oraeh.
' ' loraale at lowbneea.
No. W South High street
ti A i 4 M , It llllll!Y) T Alt, AND
(BCCHltS, HWStji Ice, lost opened by .
BA.MaBOtf.
pprUS No. SB Soma ilkh street.
-.late,
nt-
Iho . latestrrThe LargeaWlTia "Best.
'TAfl Cneapest BeOiOse tte" Best;
i ,i t,.!!.!" :' -.r , H.-K Jj .,
-Tbe fflfo! teliabin' ' Standard .'An
- tborlty of tBe Enfcllski LavffMe-''
St Hundted Eminent Sdueatort of
, , .. . Literary. Mm Bierywlurf. '(;
.. t-ut v" anward of aj HnnSreoT TKbusand Words,
whoetj iftiltlfarlcms sneJhluu jaiil derivations, tovether
.with thei oorreot stielling,aul ptonuntfaiiof aiexlearly
aetDetorl tljs .'; Km
SaithiVeiuiDiirtM'Sefnliwt tfi oliSSiat
:, ,v .. 'e VS Wmiiflon. , Tf -
, ,The iinderslgneeVnunitwrs of ehe Ohlb4bace Teachers
,seiatiins adopi sjncbalsM Mtaa In. i each log, writing
and speaking, the ertho rephy iana- pronunciation ef
Wnreeaterls Bo ai 4urto- Bletieny nd ere most cor
dially? rronDineDd ltas theiinosr re llabla. standard au
thority tt. tka Ungltab Janguage,s It I : now written and
spoken. r i. , .... .
. Loan A'ufiaiVvs, President Kenyon College.
iM' 0 lemtTT,' Coporltif ndent Zanesville Schools.
Thiio.-W- HaRvxr.'tlup'rMamllon Colon 8ch ola.
M. P. Oowoaav. Bnp't Public Schools, 8andasky. ,
John Lynch, nup't fut'llc 8cboi)ls, Oirclevillo.
B. N. SanroRD, Principal Cleveland female Bemlna
ry. W. M4Trmxu SupTTntUe Schools, Hi Union".-"
" Johk Oodsn, Principal utate Normal School, Minne
sota. Oratrs NaaoM, Principal fourth Intermediate School,
Cincinnati.
U. 8. Martih, Sup't Canton Union Schools.
EowiN HxaaL, Principal KcNeely Normal School.
Bu T. TarPiR, Prof. Malhematioa, Ohio University.
Wat W KDW4RM, Sup't Trot Union School.
A. 0. BorKin. Principal Wsst High School, Cleve
land. . - s
B A. Norton, Associate Principal High School, Clever
land
Tbiodori Btrrldio, Principal High School, Oleve
land. ' '
B. P. Homiitor, Principal Cleveland Instltut.
3. A. Oarfuld, President of Klectic Institute, HI
ram. W L ITarr u, Prof, of Ohemlstry, Ohio Weileyan
University.
H. H. Baixry, Xx-Conunlssloner of Common Schools,
OhiO. . r . .
Jakes Momror, Prof. Rhetoric, Oherlln College.
Taos. HitL, President Antlooh College.
0. W. U. Catuoait,, Prof. Malhematlca, High
School, Dayton.
B. 0. Ordmradsib, Prof. Language, High School,
Dayton.
B. M. Barmhi Strpt Union Schools, Ashland.
Hor than Sim Hundred other Pretidenti of Colle
ge I, Profettore, Author t and VietinouitAed aaca
tort, hat endarnd the tbotn tenUment.
PRESIDENTS OP COLLEGES IN OHIO.
Marir-i-ia Coiuwa "It is truly a magnificent work,
an honor to the author, the publisher!, ana the whole
country." President Andrewe.
Onto Wnuv ar UmvxRstTT .-"It exceeds my expecta
tions. It will be my guide In orthography and pronun
ciation, and will often be consulted by me for its neat
and accurate definitions." President Thpmpson.
W. B, ScLicTto Ooujoa "Hcretof re w have need
Webster's orthography. At a recei.t meeting of our
Faculty. It wa decided to change tt t conform to that
of Worcester's Uoyal Quarto Dictionary." President
uaraeia
Wirrntx Rcrrvr Coiuos. 'I find! It worthy of
cordial approbation. f resident uitcboock.
Orirun Ooito. "It more Muus meets my expeeta'
tlons. 1 ree.mmend .lt u the standard snthorityin
orthoepy to my children and my pupils." President
noigan, j i I : i-
AxnooB CotLMR. "I adept and aim to use In teach'
Ing. writing and speaking, the orthography and pronun
ciation or Worcester! uoyal uuarto Dictionary."
Presldrnt Dill.
"In all my Writing, speaking and teaching, I have en
deavored to eoniorm to tbe rules for ortl ography and
pronunciation as contained in Worcester's Dlotlonary."
Horace Mann, late President.
Kurt oh Oomjmr, Oambiir. '"I most cordially rcoom
mond Has lb moat reliable standard authority of tbe
English laaguaiie as It la now written and spoken."
rresioens Anurewa. -
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.'
From Sot. Anton BmyOi, Committtontr of Common
ocnoou in vnto
'.'The Dictionary Is an Imperishable monnmantto the
learning and Industry of Its author, and an honor to the
world of letters.- The mechanical execution Is far supe
rior to that of any other Leitoon with which I am ao
...
. 0CHWM VIIO.
"The most reliable liandard authority of the lan
guage.- .. ..!,
WHAT THR
Zjeatllns Newiapapersi of Ohio Bay.
from tho Cleveland Eerali of ifanh 28.
The orthography of the Worcester Dictionary Is that
used by most, if not all authors oi distinction In this
country and t ngland. and conforms to the general usage
or orcllt.ary writers and speakers.
Whatever preludlcee may beve existed previously, a
careful study of this volume will Invarlab'y be followed
by a warm appreciation of Its great merits, and a desire
to add it to the well seleoted library, be It large or email,
It la a library Inltaelf, and will, remain an Imperisha
ble record of the teaming "f Its compiler. ' -Jrom
the Oitutinnati Commeroial of April W. '
Bare are unwarda of a hundred thsoMnd won) Rood,
had and Indifferent whose multifarious meanines and
derivations, together with their correot spelling and pro
nunciation, are set clearly before inn eye ine worn is
unquestionably tbe greatest Thssaurnsof English Words
aver published. )
Irom the Cleveland PlaindeaUr of Sept. 80, 1860. ,
ttvldentl Worckstr ' BotaI, QoaRto Dictionary it
nfif onlvtkelaet, but the sut work of the kind ever i-
aistxt.and ohb by no poss.blllty suffer by comparison or
controversy ,. j , ,",'.. . .
From the Toledo Blade of UayVi.
AS to FROHOKCIATIOK, WoROISTIR IS THI STANDARD
followed by our beet authors! In definitions he leaves
nothing to he desired, and in Orthor-ramty It la sufficient
to say that WoRcniTRR oan be safe y followed. - '.
INUIIAM cV BU AGG . ' '
Pnbliahera, Bookaeller & Stationer,
NO 191 8UPBRI0R ST., TJLBVBLAND, OHIO. 1
. maiO '...:'.! ' '. ' ' I
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT ;
LIEE. INSURANCE COMPANY,
,,,,i';:;op
V i' TSToxkra.vls.f, 2To To i (
Dlrlaena jrannary 1, 1S8 1 , S Per Cent.
ASSETS....... 1,818,556 SO.
- Statement Jannarrl, 1881
Balance, per statement Jan. 1st, I800.....3,4O3,58 30
Beoeised for Premiums dur
ing ths year WO 703.053 SS
Received for Interest daring - '
the year 160 814 Oil 19
Total recelp's for 1800'..k.S977,O07 7
Paid Claims by Deatb,S7 ,050 00
Paid Policies surieu-
dered 41,111 !!9
Paid Maries, Post- - 1 ' -age.
Taxes, Ex
change, eta....... 31,67.054
Paid Commissions to
Aient S1.K5 30 ' .
Paid Physicians' fee. 6 DOS 75 . . - , , t !
Paid Annuities 1.517 00 , ,
Paid Dividends dur- 1
log the year 108,500 75 505,001 03 , 411,076 14
Net Balance January 1st. 1801. . ....
3,8W,558 50
;.' ., ,"'.;..,,; ASsxts.
Cash on hand 0.(S284 10
Bond and Mortgage on Bear '
worth doubV the ' ' t- - !
amuint loaned.. . ...... 8,327,841 08
Premmsi Notee, on Policies
In fore, only drawing 6 per " "' '
eqt. Iniareet, l,97.l04 17
Real Bsta e vo W'J S7
LoansonSeiip...,, ,.. 4,0144
Premiums, Notestnd Cash, In
course of transni'lon.... " 45,343 73
" Total AsseU.....N. ....... 13.812,538 59
T,675 ayicles In foros, insuring.. ....s)ft,4ae588
.1,435 new policies nave bain Issued during ths year.
After a careful calculation oT the present value of ths
oaUtandlng Polleieeof ths Company, and having ths
ooewf amomnl In reserve therefor, the Directors
nave oeoiarea a viyidrn ot w per cent, en the Preml
urns paid at the table rate, to all oofataa for life In fr ma
la ued prior to January 1, 1B0O, payabi according to the
preeent ml of the Coaipauy, .
. Batrsfot all kinds Life Contingencies, Prospet
tt, Statements, and Applications, will be furnished
without CHAKoa, ai ui uuice or Agencies ot the Com'
Ptwyt'i o i - .
I i r- .' il ?"T'hf iITFB90IT' ''"WW'
L. O. GltOV KB, Vice President.
BINJ. 0.HILLKB, Becretary- " ' '
U: v.: ill Urn it tthCSdN, Afeni,- '
March S8, 1801. . Columbus, 0. -
ni,AiN pj a riotiKBD black
X ,i DUEeS SILKS, of sverv grail Th moat select
aaaorwient la ft oily, nl at moat reasonable rate.
' BAIN a SON,
afrlli No. ti South High street
-occinf)liSh'
'
QorDnnnfrilln
wi ifit a
1JLV Ji; O U(
v .. I
A compound rernedv, desirttied t6 be ttib'nSosl
effectual Alterative thnt'enn' be made. , 'It li
ft concentrated extract DfiPara Sarsaparilla,
sd corhbined with 'other substance! of still
greatiet alterative power nsto pfTord an effee
tivo antidote ' for the1 diStases SarRapaiillit in
reputedto fcure.' It U believed that $uch a
Scmddy Is wanted by those avIio etifTcV from
StMmoiis 'complaint?, and that bnt Which will
their ture must "prove of Immense
esrvtceto tins large class ot our aimctca iciiow.
tttiMis!' Ho completely' this conipouhd. will
'dcr if hai been proven 'by experiment on many
t)f the woYst cases to) be found of the folio wirij;
complaints: r ' . ,
1 buoFui ! AN9 SonoVi.ous CoiitrAAiNTi,
EuutTipN Af(D EuDB'rivt Diseases, UioEit,
Pimpijjs, jBtpTtjuE. L'uxobsr Salt Rheum,'
Scald' IIead, SxpjmasjwtD Svpuihtio Af
fections, Mijitcujtu Pisease, DitqiTsNii';
,nALcrtA''ORTio.D'o'vi.ouBEi;x, Debility, Dyh-
ort St; Asthovi's Fikb, and indedd tho whole
,clas-of compluuits artang ftnin Ijipukitx of
thb Blood... . " a, isr -1,.,
This' oompomtlwjll'.lJertiurisI n great pro
moter' of. health, wneri.,takcn in tlie ejningto.
'epel ' thofoUl liiimos .wnjclv festet inytha
blodd.at tlwt season. 0 the year,. Jly Hie tpne
lyertpulnloAof then nunj ranklinj diaorilers
are nipped In the bud. , Multitudes can, by
tho niti of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through widen the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if if assisted to do
this through the natural channels of, the body
by an alterative medicine. Cleanse, out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores ; cleanse it when yon find it is !ob
otructcH and sluggish in tho veins ; cleansa it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people, enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egreeiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many' preparations,
protending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else.
Purine late years the public have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contuin little, u any, barsttpa.
rui.i, uui oitcn no cuiaavo properties wnatev
cr. Hence, bitter, and painful disappointment
has followed tho use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the
name itself is justly despised, and lias becomo
synonymous with imposition and cheat. . Still
wo call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as wall rescue the
namo from the load of obloquy, wliich rests
upon it. And we tliink we have ground fot
believing it has virtues which are irresistible
by tho ordinary run of tho diseases it is intend
ed to cure. Li order to sccuro their complete
eradication 'from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
the uotuc. .,
frepahed bt
.DR. J. C. AYEIt V CO.
LOWELL. MASS.
Price, $1 per Bottle f Six Bottles for $3.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has 'won 'fof flsfclf such h renown for tho cure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
is entirely . unnecessary tor us to recount llic
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been em
ployed. - As it has long been in constant use.
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure the people its qunlity is kept up to tho best
it ever hits been, and that it may be relied on to
ao lor tneir relict an it nas ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
: FOB THE CUED OF
Costivenest,' Jaundice, ' Djsjjepsia,' buVgentio:),
Dyseiitenj, Foul Slomaclt, Eryivela, Headache,
Pilet, Rheumatism, Eruptions and Shin Diseases,-
Liter Complaint, Dropsy, . letter, Tumors and
Salt Rheum, Worms, 6'oirf, Neuralgia, as a
Dinner rill, and for Purifying the Blood.
. Tboy rirate(l, so that the mdsf sonit-ttvo-can
take them pleasantly, and thoy arc the
best aperient in the world for all the purposes of a
family physie.
Price 25 eents per Box; Rvq boras or $1.00.
' Great numbers of Clergymen, Flivsicinris, States
men, tnt- eminent personages, iliav lent their
names to certify the unnaralleled usefulnessof these
remedies, bat our spaco here will not permit the
Insertion of them.. . The Agents below named fur
nish gratis our Am Kmc an Almanac in which they
are given ; with 1 full descriptions of the iliove
complaints, and the treatment that should bo fol-.
lowed for their cure.TJ.'. i. ii
Do not be put off by unnrinciolod dealers will
other preparations thev make more profit on.
Demand AVer's, and take no others. The sick
want the best aid thare is for them, and they should
have It. . k-J ; - v
All our emedis-nr for Sale by --:',
' ROBERTS It RAMTTKr,' flntnmbni '
And by Drugfrtsuaod Dealers everywhere.
novvi iya.iww T 1 ' ,. .)!- ; f '.' 1 1. :
CABADIAB TOOTED 8TATE3 MAIL
TU AN II FttON - - .
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
Liverpool,' Montreal,' Quebec, ;
NEW3ORIX.
Ths Montreal Ocean Steamship Company's first -class
fhll-porered01yde-4)ullt Steamers sail every Kat
n rtiay from pohtland, carrying tbe uanadian and
United ntatae atmi ana passengers 1 v ' 1 -. ;
-NORWK01AN, NORTH AMERICAN,
' BOIISMIAN, , ANGLO-SAXON,- ; j
' NOBTH BRITON, HIBEKNIAN, ' 1
CANADIAN, i ' NOV A SOOTIAN, ) .
8bltet, Cbeapoef and Qalekoat Con
voranca irons ,
AxTEBJCA tO AIL PABWOF XVllOPI.
Rates ot Pnsawiigo to Ehirope, -
. e3tX86Q, sea "
Will sail from LIVIRPOOL orvry Weaaeaday,
and from QUBBEO Tr Haturday. ealllna: at
LONDONDBsUtY, to receive on board and land Malls and
Paaaengera, to and tram Ireland and Scotland,
T7Theae Steamers are built of Iron. In water-tight
oompartments, carry each an experienced Surgeon,' and
every attention Is paid to the comfort and accommoda
tion of naasengera. .As they proceed direct to LONDON.
DBBY, the gieat risk and delay of sailing at It. John's
I avoided. '
Glasgow passengers are furnished with rata passage
ticket to and from Londonderry. , . ,
Benrn tickets granted at reduced rates.
Certificates Issued for carrying to and bringing out pas
sengers from all tbe principal towns of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reduced rate, by this line of steamere, and
by th WASHINGTON LINK Of BAILING PA0B.ITS,
leaving Liverpool every week, ,.,.,..,, ..
Sight Draft foi Xi aad upward pafr
nolo la Siacland. iroiaad, atooC-
.... iaa mt waiea..
for panage, apply at th Offlc. 83 BROAD
WAVVNow Vortt, and 10 WATEH ST.,
; i ;i BABEX UAJRII, fJeneral lgtots,
Orto-. J. R. ARMSTRONG
' BolO-lyd&W ' ; ' Pott Office, OoIumbtn.Ohlb,
Iliarn snti, spas psfuii. e.u i'j.
Son JAMBS ADOH BAltf as partnar In my bust
nes. which will h( after be conducted under the' Boa
of Vain A Son ' P. BAIS, Stf South JUigh St.
Columbus, re 15, 1861.' ' , .... feblS
-,' I1ENHY K0EaLEH,o -
1 Lata of thaloe1 BstabHsbiaeat, N I.,l Proprietor
th New York tasbtooabl Shaving. Hair Catting
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THE NEW GUNBOATS.
Details their of Construction,
Rigging and Armament
In interested circles tbe gunboat question ii
at present creating no inconsiderable amount oi
discussion. There are three highly Important
qualifications needed In ibis class ot vessels
First! Speed; second, Light draft; tod third
ly, To p'ace the machinery and Doners so low
In the vessel as to aluwst entire'y preclude
their being disabled by shot from tbe euemy
11 Is stated on good authority that tnenew boat
lor our navy will excel anything afloat, and that
in speed they will be at lost tweutj-flve per cent.
lister than (nose of tbe dugiisn navy.
THE HULL.
They will be of an uniforn lite and armimeot,
being one hundred and fltty-eight feet to length
on the load line from lure Bide of the rabbit ot
tbe S'.ern to tbe alter side of tbe forward stem
pest; their extreme bredth tweuty-eigbt feet;
depth ol bold, from Inside flr-timber to under
nlde of deck-platik amidships, twelve feet.
Keel, white oak, sided thirteen Inches, In tuptn
ten luobes, and not more than four pieces will
be allowed in the keel. The garboord otrakee
will be sil Inches in tbickuesi Th irame of
young: whit oak free Irom sap, and not grain
out. The diagonal braucs of tbe bel iron,
three and one-ball, luube wide and one-hall
inch thick Tbe running bottom plank ol white
oak;, three and one-hall inches In tbickuess, each
fastened with three locust trenails, and one
composition spike In each strake.
Ibe engine and boiler keelsons will ot oi
white oak or yellow pine, of mcb dimensions ai
are deemed proper by tbe engineer department.
DECKS.
Tbe berth deck pU. k of yellow pine and of
two and a half inches In thickness. Gun deck
kneel of white oak, and banging knees to each
end of every beam. Tbe upper deck beams ol
yellow pine. The npper deck of the aame ma
terial, ronr inches in tbickuess ana six ana a
half inches wide.
ARMAMENT.
Each vessel will be pierced with six ports on
each side tor 32 pounders. Also a long port'on
each side for a pivot goo, probibly a 10 inch
columbiad. The top gallant forecastle will be
four eeo feet In length, and built strongly so as
to mount a linht rilled eon on it. Ibe water-
closets, etc, will be placed under this deck
Tbe beds lor tbe pivot suns are to oe oi woite
oak, one and a half inches thick, to run flush
with tbe main desk and fastened with com po
sition bolt.
CABINS, STATEROOMS, ETC.
Etch stateroom will be ventilated with one
air port, and tbere are to be four on each side
ol tbe forward berth deck. I be oabtns, ward
rooms, and steerages will b fitted plainly, bat
with view to comfort. All of them will be
schooner rigged, -
SPARS.
The following are the dimensions of the
spam
xenincn,
Beaifett
7
5
roremast, Including brace
Mainmast, IncUdlnn brios
Pontupmast, li omdlug brae..
Malbtopmaat, Ucludh-g brae.
Bowsprit, out board
Bowsprit, In board
PtiraGaO, Including head
Main Gaff, lnoludioi head.....
71
, 43
4:1
14
10
, 3U
30
Main Boom 5d
Square Sail Yard 42
RIGGING, BOATS, ETC.
- The rigging will be of the best water-rotted
American or Russian hemp. Each will carry
lour bjdtn, one to be fitted as a launch. (A
lauueb can carry a twelve-pound hownser and
about tmrty men;.
GROUND TACKLE.
Three anchors, of 1.600 pounds, one stream
ahchor 600 pounds, one kedge of 400 pouodi,
and one of S00 pounds, with tbree cables, each
liiu iisiboms in length, ot 1 l-b wire studded
links, with bawser of various 'zos and lengths,
will constitute tbeir ground tackling,
ENGINES.
Tbey will be propelled by two horiiontal back-
action engines, wittt JU-tncn cylinders and
eigb'eea iucb stroke. Llwall's aurfac con
densers will bensod. Eton engiu will be com-
i.letaln Itself and csn be worked ladepeodeutly
or tn tuber. Tbe engines and but I or must
sustain a continuous presure of thirty pounds
per iquare inch above the atmosphere.
BOILERS.
Two of Martin's patent tobolar boilers, eaoh
having a grate aurtace of eighty -eight and five-
sixths square leet, and 3,700 feet of beating sur
face. An auxiiary engine and Doner will be at
tached to each (or pumping purpose, and to pro
pel a Dnnpbel blower to lornish draft to tbe
lurnaco, ,
SCREW.
Tbe screw will be fixed, not hoisting out of
tbe water like taoie or onr steam lngates, and
win be roar biaaea, or the. most approved pat
tern. '.. ,- I,'.. .- .
OFFICERS AND CREW.
When these vessels are completed and ready
for sea, about two hundred men, including offl.
ocrs. will be required toman them I and armed
with twelve long dil-pounder and a I O-lnch gun.
and possibly an improved ilfled oannon, tbey
will baa most loimtaaDi war vessel. 'It Is
presumed they will draw, when folly manned
and equipped lor a cruise, Jees than ten leet ot
water and te bars, banks and shoal which
prevent the panaage of larger vessele would not
be beeded by these boats, Tbeir speed shoald
not tall abort of from fourteen oc fifteen knots
under ateam alone, and with canvas eet, at least
one and a half k-iots should be added to it
.momentum. It will require about tour months
to complete these boats and have them ready
for tea service ruuourg rosu . .;
[From the Albany Argus.]
The Great Scheme of Consolidation.
'When this war terminates, w (ball hear no
more of VlrgiuUn as uob, or of North Carol,
niana or ol Sjuio Carolinian, but we shall all
be Americaus, one aud ludivialble." Tbis Sen
timeutof patriotism he Atlas and Argns grtt a
with an outburst of treaaoa. -If this oootesl
means anything at all, it means that we shall
come out of it a "Americans, one and indivis
ible," and we mistake the sentiment of the
patriotio North, and tbe iplrit ol the soldiery, li
tbey do not echo the eloquent words of the Seo-retary
of War. Phil. fr.et. V ...
Tbe Philadelphia Press baa its motives for
seal in the oau of tbe Administration! and it
will be better rewarded fur the epithet wbleb
it easts al us, than tbe most devoted ot our 10U
diera lor their gallant assaults upon the enemy
Tbe assumption ol Mr. Cameron that the
States are to be crushed out by armed foros, is
not tbe first intimation irom that quarter of th
design to establish a consolidated government
upon the ruins of State liberty. The New
1 ork Courier and Enquirer ,wbose editor has just
been appointed to a diplomatic, office to repre
sent the Government and the Administration
abroad, demands: -.t t 1 1 .: '' ,-
Why all these State lineal , Why all this
needles, cumbersome, Intricate entanglement
ot different power to make taw and to decree
Judgment? ' We can afford now to) efface tbe
old Uoioniai ueogrtpny. it la tne admitted
power ot .Statoa within .th Nation tbat his
bn tb moid of all our troobl.- Nor will
the removal of State power, and th creation ot
a nationality be a task 10 formidable. . Jt baa
been done even in tbe iustauue ol Eoghnd and
Scotland, educated as foei by centuries ef war
tare." ..'--- :""
And Ibis Is th system which General Backs
propbeoise I to b elevated upon tbe ruins of
the present uovemment. for vver three-tourths
of a oeutury tbie theme of a concolidattd En
plr has eooupled th mind of men who bad no
laitb in our system, uuriog all thai urns th
Psmooraoy hart sncoesstully resisted this
" ,
change. Wo balleve they will -detsallt now.
The Cameron, tbo Banks, th Webbs repre-eat
u. - i 1 . r.i 1 ..j ,l 111 L
I'll miuusiij us usw pwuusvc abii euvy hi,ub
swept from power th mo in eat they attempt to
execute tbeir nefarioas schemes 1 v -
Tbere is a much folly a wiekednees In thfelr
ohem of consolidation Tbe Union would not
hav broken, if th attempt had not beeojto
oonaolldat its if 1 tie Federal Government had
not oMaaied a jurisdiction neve to'euded for.it,
and afftced lo discus and deoid neural sjud
social q nes. Ion a belonging exclusively to be
d tates. When ibis scheme of consolidation Is
oommuted, revolution will follow, and anardby
Km . K ...J -. r. 1- .l.a.rfa atUn lU '
in tbe history of Mexican Republic. 1' : . 1
II It were uot for the State aoo Istat power,
Mr. Cameron wjuld at this moment be ptfie-
oner at Washington. Tbe Cabinet weald halve
been cauiibl like rats in a trap. Ii waa ibe
dtate that armed and aont on hundred of toiun
sands of troops to rescue the Federal Govern
meot; it Is ?tt credit that now sasuias this
imy. The secretary ot War baa bad only to
accept an army, organised aud made to nis
bauds by ibe.o.aiea. , ) .
w e have seen great men eome upon tne stage,
and pass away We bav seen Secretaries, and
Geueral aud Diplomat appear and disappear.
We tbersfor bavo no oiodetttv iu aettiug up
our pmphecy agaiust that of Mr Cmrou and
we tell blm thai when tbis war end, tn names
of Virxioie, and Carolina, and Peonsjlveiaa,
and New York, will still survive; and tbat (he
namut"Kpiiolioa," as applied to ibe patty
wbljh now abase lb appalUuou, will cee W
exist. Ic will hav beeume iil-omeoed and lu
famous, a the most winked aud fetal taction
tbai ever cursed aud diabouored a free people.
A Needed Lesson.
Th following striking snecdoi appears In an
exchange paper, and planes Geo Sootl in a light
till more to commend him to tbe honor and
good will of bis countrymen! '
. "VlielcFGEN bCTT lb KeV. JJr Bslliws
lately ventured to express to Geo tioott the
bope and the belief that under hia direction tbe
war would be conducted according to tbe prin
ciples ot geneiou humanity. "HumaniiyTJ
exoUlmed tba veteran. Cbristianitv, Chris-
fuaiy, Christianity, sir," repealing tbe word
three times in lb most empbatio manner, as be
bent forward in hia chair "
Tbe lolrit thai evinced bv th Brand old anl
dier, If infused into tbe appropriate quarters,
would soon bring tbe war to a close. And we
know of no das who needed suob a lesion from
tbe Christian warrior. 10 mucb aa tbe reverend
clergy. Herring under the banner of tbe
fnnce of Peace, tbey have been to aa extraor
dinary degree imirumeutal in stirring p the
present itrile, and In aggravating la intensity,
since it began Gen- Soott, on tbe other band,
proiessionally in arms lor a long and eminently
brave and uaelul lite, ba restrained tbe dispoal
Uea to bloodshed, and given to the war iu pre
eot aspect and character of moderation, not in
tbe least Inconsistent with lb resolute pursuit
01 every legitimate objeot contemplated. We
sincerely wish Ibe offending portion of tbe eler
gy would lay this foroible reoal to their own
proper sphere and duty seriously to heart. Too
olten, if tbere was any extreme of politics
whiob could bo enoouraged, tbey have led It off
aud nave gone beyond tbe moat injudicious and
intemperate ot tbe-multitude. What warrant
bav tbey for thia, in the Biole ood of Chii
tlan doctrine and dlsoiplluaf, Wbal account
will tbey render of it to tbeir Master? How
can tbey thu expect to savs tbe snuls of men?
W bat busmen bare tbey with political asiitm
bliea? Or to discue politic In any araemoly 7
Or with military gatherings, exoept in their
proper piaoe a cbaplalnii Let them learn
their duiy of Gan. Scott, and be CAmfiaws.
Boston Cotiriir. , , .
[From Holbrook's United States Mail].
A Rascally Trick.
We hive before alluded to the Ingenious
frauds resorted to sometimes even by individ
uals and bus nes firms tn good standing, to fix
distrust sod suspicion pa tbe pjstolnoe, in tbe
matter of money reml'ttancea claimed to have
been sent through tbe mall.
A ease of .hia kind ha just been brought to
light within the boundaries of the "Nutmeg
State" (and outside of all the counties with tbe
exception, perhaps, of old Middlesex), which in
Justice to tbe Poatofllce Department and ti
employees immediately Interested, ought not to
ba passed over In silence. , It was none ot yoor
common place pieces of knavery, but a cool, well
arranged Mbeme fur fixlug a erlminal charge en
innocent parties connected with tbe p latoffloe.
A gentleman (TI doing nuslnese In 01
was indebted to a firm in FH, lathe
sum of $130 Tbe money was 10 be sent as
other Remittances bad prevlonaly been, by mall.
Tbe letter waa received minus the cash. In
formation of the loss waa ooinmnnioated to one
of the Government speoial agents, who invest!
gtted ths matter closdy. The first questloc to
be settled was, was the money actually inclosed
la sue letter.
It appeared from the statement of the mer
chant, that having prevlouily written tbe letter,
no sent bis oierk to tbe bank to obtain large
notea, two 50 'a and one 30, wbioh were folded
lutot the letter In tbe presence ol tbe young mat,
who took It Immediately to the poewfBce. Tbls
was full? coi firmed by the clerk iu qneiuoa,
who, with great apparent, and, no doubt, real
honesty, insisted that be witnessed the whole
transaction saw the money inoloed, and tbo
letter lealed, whioh be carried directly to tbe
office, where be would take his oath both the
letter and its contents were safely deposited in
tbe handi ol one of the postofflde clerks, of
whom a stamp was pnrohased and placed upon
the letter. Tbere seemed to be left bat slight
grounds upon whioh to base a suspicion, out
side tbe poatoffloe at least.. The thing bad been
fixed up to be ore, and onr sllppeiy friend, tbe
nerobant, thought tbe agent might as well go
about other business, if be bad any!
But certain indescribable evidences of some
thing wrong in tbe merchant 'e manner, and the
trifliug affair ol thru tents, led to the final dis
covery . : '-,'-.,;
In separately questioning th employer and
th employed, tbe former stated that he er
the latter tbe money wltb wblob to bny putt-
age stamp, while tbe clvrk wet pwieoily im
tbat n went to tne money orswer, tome din-,
ttnc from wber tbt two had been ttaodiug.
fjr the tore peonies. Her wa exactly tbt
required opportunity for tbe bank note to be
wi bdrawn from tbt letter, without tbo olsrk'i
kuuwlid.e.
Tbe utxt point was to endeavor tt discover
privately wber our fiieud hid p.witd tbe iare
bill which he had probably tailed to remit.
Anticipating tbt possibility of this discovery,
tb merchant absolutely let .pussy , out of the
bag himself, lie obtaiued two other fifties on
the earn bank a tbe others; went to S eonfi-'
dentlal friend, and asked blm to lake tbt bills
and hand them baok to him, in order that if the
pUoe of exchange of the drat notes -was found
out, be could refer to this friend as having paid
DioiuiiiBui snaa ueDuminaiiua ana uauai sue
friend being an bonoratjle man, and seeing that,
the request bore upon the tetter transaction,
declined to comply, and very promptly exposed
In the proper quarter the application thns mid
to blm Not only did be do this, bnt knowing
of a considerable payment recently made by
the merchant, Intimated where the original fif-,
ties had been ni d Tbt cine thns obtained,
brought out the whole traniaotion. and tffenn
ally fixed the guilt of this cunningly devised
plan upon tb right thoulder; ; k . . J ; ;
. It I to b regretted that. Congress hat pro-,
vlded no penalty for this clan Ko( troubletom
delinquencies- . ' " ' "
A Horrible Tragedy in Missouri.
A correspondent of th St. Loui Dtmieret ,
writing from Came Blair, on th 8..utheit
Branch of tbt Paclflo Railroad, Ins Missouri,
Jan 93, sayi:
."I aeqdyou th particulars of a horrlbl mur-!
dot perpetrated about teq miles from this plsce
on Wednesday last '' It seems that ther waa
omt dispute botween two nelghboring familie
about a tract of land.- Oa tb day mentioned,
as Mr McNull, th murdered mm, was plough
ing lo bis field, h wa met by a Mr. L. Wilson,
hi wife (VVilon's), with tbeir two sous and
daughters, Wilson began abusing AloNull, tbe
whole family thrtattnine: him .with i infla
tion, ind filially told McNull that, it he did tut
leave the eoaafy fW afyAf he would be mobbed
and lorosd to leave The latter repbd (hat b
would die first; opon which Mrs. Wilwra snap
ped bet fingers and aid to tbe rest, 'Come on,
boys, damn him, let's kill blm ' .A, goo was
levelled at McNull, bat It failing too'otr, h
was struck on the back or the head tod -tolled
to tbe earth MrrWtlsirmrod ber sons and
daughters, with tbe eld ttaft. thei fellTjpoo ha
and beat him until life was CX'.inot. Tbe trage
dy, however, did uot atop here. Mrs McNull,
irom ber bonne, seeing her husband thns brutal
ly assaulted, ran eut to asaiat blm; 'fltt srsa
met by old WilrCo, whe caaght bar by ,b hair,
polled ber down, and ataboed ber la" the backv '
Toe Wilson girls then fell jipoii her and beat
ber nntlttbey were actually tfred. - They then
left thlr vie 1. 101 and fltd.: - tSM:4,
Irf'BooQ-, alter the . ootrrnc. a ,nernger
Otm Into Camp Blir for assistance Irom the
trot-pa to arrest the murderers1 Capt McFdll
at once atarted for the aeens) 'of ' tbe 'Hragtdy
with twenty men; but, on arriving as tbe pot,
found tbat the civil au boridea bad .arreated
tb murderers. Tbey were all captured and
securely ooufloed " ' ' f
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11 1 J.
The Exrewia uf a Fair: Faaoos Wars.
The war ueerdii g me treaty ot Riswiuk, in
1697. cost $130 000,000 " '
Tbe Spanieb war 1739 settled for at Aix
la-Cbapeile, cost a270,0no 000 ( . . s
The war ot ibeSpaoiah duocesslon cost 1311.
OQO000 . ,
Toe treaty ol Pari In "1763 'ended si' Woody
tt nggle, whieb con $560 OOU 000 ' - c
Tne war ol Ameituau InrtrOrndAncs- cost
Euland and this couutry $930 000 000.
Toe war of ten years, wmoi .1 known as
"'he F.ench revuluiiou of 1793," coet $230,
000,000 . I ,, ..- - '
Tbe war against the first Nanoleon, which
began in 1803 and ended in 1815, eost the ex
traordinary amount of $5,800,000 000.
The Crimean wrce-it$tj4O00 000. '' f;
The last Italian war (not' including the hos
tilities between Viotor Emanuel. Garibaldi,
Bomba, etc.), cost $45 000,000. . , .
Tbe last war lu India eoit Rnirlmil tSfMrflft .
000 - i ,? T,'a
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No. 4 Gwvnne Block.
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TER GOODS, and invite the public to Inspect
them. No auch (took of flood ba ever been brought to
Uii market. The South, .Inconsequence of th failure
of the gram wop. has not been able to parens the oa-
--"i sou, ana wis raetn iroM th
Importers to sell them at public auciloa. .Our buyer
(Mr. Stone) being tn New York at these large aalea, took
advantage of them, and w can and will aeil oa foods
hers, at lea ihan any une who purchased two weeks since,
paid fur them in New York, our stock I complete In
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PRINTED COBURGd,
DYED COBUGS;
BLACK ALPACAS,
ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLIN PRINTS,
. DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day, - ,
LADIES FURS, ;
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT.
Men's, Ladles and Children's Under Shirts and Drawers;
Ladles, Mis-esaol children' II ulery o all kinds, In
WjoI and Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined and CottofrQlovea
of every make. '
11M- '
A complete assortment of all tbe ucnal varie
ties of
LADIES' CLOTHS,
CASSIMERE3, '
.OVERCOATINGS,
TWEEDS,
FLANNELS,
RIBBONS,
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
ladiei and Gent's Linen Cambria Hand
kerchiefs, c., &o, 5 '
To persons who call on ns, we ple ige our words to
shew these th largest, tieat and ekeaawet (lock f oeda
ever seei. In this markat, nr pay them one djllar per
hour while looking. '
dol-dly8iltw. BJQNB A O'HARRA.
EXTRAORDINARY I BARGAINS!
SO 29 SOUTH HIGH 8TBEKT,
ABE NOV1 bFFEttliO!
iiOO' yards Ssner Pla'n Blaol 8lfics Rt ft OO-fviiTae
$1 as per jrard. I ,:, J-n .
B,50f yards Travelitg Dress and Mantle Oacis at
19 ! ewnts vala 20 n s par yard, ,'i.a
S,000 yards Whit BrlllisntM i H 1-t 'al
vala 80oenbij.triard.vj : ,r y s
SsOf Oyard fin and Domeitlo Olngbam greatly an
' vala. -, . .,,(. ..-j :-f fc B"oit
-AL0-r T,(fth,.
LARQB, AND DESIRABLE LOTS ?F
KOZiaBIQUES, BALZOBISC&V ' 1 ,' :'
CHALKS',' fOOXaKD. IILKB,; " ' V."1 -"
AOTOMSa BaBtOSS. LAVittAS,1'
- - AN D . ALk OTH 6R
-.3I.M
New and Fahiooablo Drw Gooda
in th aiost dalrbletyiJ mt at very toners prices.
iuc r e 1 rixj b i
t 1 t..: 1.. 1 . '
Of all ma'er al. m.d In the moat styilih manner sffer
th latt Pans FaloJcns ths moat elegant at'yKi la
th KyV '"- - i k.- it
!: ; 1 f j n.i -ih ri vKA,5r'.,?af
may 30 . Nc, S3 S nth fjigh street
..SpWETHlN'fl
- AMERICAN -WATCHES. b
CALL at ho 8.V,"sokjTn niuii sV.,
and eaamln ur awaukot j ; , , 2 1
AMERICAN WATCHER !''
Bmnnfacturcd by t.'riOWARD A CO .' Boston', Mass.
These Watt-has ar far atiMitior lo envthlna nn
to the public, heretofore, llavirg the eacluilve agency.
I oaa sell them al prices to svlt
mat
itlms. 'I
have fust
received a large stock of
rt f C'.-.i
, ,,, AMERICAN WATCHES.,,, j,: ,;
mannfaotttrcby 4 tff, E TON, TRACT, StCa'i ,1s.,
tne assortment of .' , ' : , .
3 ENGLIsn ANB HTT1SS tVATCHES,r
r Ml" Id Geld and Silver Case, At Panteprlce."4 ' K
, Jitl'i;r!W:(i!Mi.j -.iSitr.J. SAtAaal.
how lost, bow rest ossDi
iUIT fUBLISITKB, ON TBI NaTCRRi TKlA
MBIT AND BAUIOai, CUMK Of fiPERX A i'OB KiiKA
r Seminal Wakea, Sua liability, NrVuaneu to
voluntary, Bmiaston od Imp-xeucy, aMlKng troaa
Self-abu-, o. By Kobt. J. Culvvrcrll, M. l, $ ui
nder sval. In a plain envelope, to any ..lrm.p..n
CI, oa receipt of two ton, bf Vr tiias.J.) .
nlNB, IV, Bwery, Kw Xo.rk, ri'oet Oihi n,n fie
t,4Cl. r , .if ' . t . Evt' :i ;iii.itte-
, yi-v4.-.. . . .
14. S4 A-a Yt btte rT r iT
t Vlhll ChcCkndl-f lVrlor rn-r.y. Its:..
(j,u .i A 1- 1 i.
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