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?. A. B. SQIEISS, -
Attorney At Law
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Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
Hsctinc MaUtofaetorins Coiapaiij
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS.
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fa OrMtllna, at UM p. au Phlladclphta, 1:00 p. .,
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tba raat taaatfta fce'-ji tf'B00y BSTITB
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CURAXIXTTY AMD GRACEFULKLCS.
om- -t . -1 "' a .!, ut
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"TBI JUT' IMQtilBII DICTION AET IITAJT."
rary JC Jryiakra)
Haia araapwardiaf a Baadral Tboataad Word,
wkm BBlUBiaM BMaataa and aariratkma, totalUr
mtm uMrvnnimiuB(,aaapaBBaialioB araaMar
aM kafora Ika aja.n ,i.,!..'uiTT(i t.,i 1
MtadlUDoeltlotu of ttt Umbort of tto OUo Slot
- JkacAar AttooiatUm. ,
, nnaemgnaa, BMmban of tha OHIO Btata Taaooerr
aawctatlon, adopt and ala to to teaohinf, wrltuf
and tpaaklna, the orthography and proaanoUUoa of
woraaawr'i Boral Quarto Dictionary, and we bmmI oor
dlalljr neonniead It ai tha a oat nltabM atandard aa
awrtti' of tka anilbb laniaaga, a It M bow written and
poked. j ft , , ' J
Lni Arairw, PmMao t Kenyoa Ooller.
a. O. Laeaai i, Bapormteadent Caaotrlllo Boboolt.
. Tag, W. Baavrf, Bap't ktaajlloD UnKa Bthooli.
a. V. Cow near, Bnp't Pablla Bekoela, Budoek.
oa Lnroa, flapt tfahllo Benoola, Olrele-llle. I
aWeaa, Principal Cam land female Bemltia-
Wa. Mrrcam, Inp't PnfcHe Bekoali, VT. Colon.
Joan Oodkii, JTlooipal uw Mornai BcboolkHnaa-
OTBoaHaaoaritMlpal Voarth Intermediate Bohool,
OlaeaaaU. . ,
H. I, Mirror, Bup't Canton Vnloa Bebooli.
.Bnwra Baaai, friiMtpal HcMif Veraaal Beaoal. I
Tu T. Tattan, Prof. Matneaatloa, Ohio TJnlTtnlty .
' Wa. W. Bawutaa, Bnp't Troy Colon School. 1
A. 0. BoraiBB, Principal Weal High Bohool, Clere
knd. ' - t
B. A. Hobtob, Aaxxrlat Principal Blgb Bchool, 0Ur
.. TBaoDoaa Braaiaa, Principal Blyh Bchool, Cler
land." !:.,;! ..'.,-,!.! :
A. y. BoBliTow.Prlnerpal Clereland Inatlrnte. '
J. A. OaansLB, Pnaldeat of Aloetle Iaitttata, El-
W. Ik Haul a, Prof, tt Obtmlitiy, Okie Weileyaa
H. B. Babxbt, Xx-Cenualarioner of Oonuaon Bohoala,
, iAm kfomtos, Prof. Khotorla, OborUa Oollar.
' Taoa. Hiix,Praldant Antlooh Ooltere.
. 0. W. H. OavaoaaT, Prof. Matkeaatlom, Blgk
B. 0. Oaowucaa, Prof. Ianfaafa, Blgb BokaoL
nr. kUBiAat,lBpn0alMlhaa ..
ACdtw (koa Sim Stmdrod oUtr Prtoidml of (MI.
0; Proftotoro, AuOort tmd DUUmomUM XOnxa
tort, kaoo ondornd (A oiot HnUmmU. ' ,
i- . ..'' i ..
PRESIDENTS OF C0LLE0E8 IN OHIO.
atAiurrra Couaaa "II a truly a aagnlflcent work,
aa konor to tha aathor, tha pabllakaia, ud the whole
Omia Waavaraa UBtraurrt r It exoead ay axpacta
Boaa. II will be Bay fold la orthography and proaaa
cuttoo, and will, oftoa bo oonenlted by aa for It aaat
and aeoarata deaalUon." Praeldent Tkoapien .
W. K. lcuaono Ooiiaai "Herttofor w bar uad
Webaiar'i orthofrapby. At a looont aeetlnf of out
Vaoalty, It wae decMod to abut H to eonfora. to tkat
of Woreattar'a Boyal Quarto Dictionary." Praeldent
Jaraeld. . . ...-.,. j,
Watai Kaaaan Coixis "I find U worthy of
oordial apprabaUoB.nPnaldat Bltabooek. . ,
OBtaua CoLLMa.-',It aw re fhaa awaa ay expecta
tion. I raooauaand It a tha atandard authority la
orthoepy to ay ehlldrea aad ay pnplu." Proaldont
ktotaaa.- -; . . - . - i
Ajmoea Octtaaa. I adopt and aim to mat ts taaeh
tat, writiaaaad apoaklnf, tha oinhogiapky and proaaa
eiatton af Weroeetar'i Koyal Quarto Dictionary."
Pmtdmt B1U. ( . s . r i ; ; ,
'n all ay Writing, ipoaklnf , and taaeklag, I bay an'
doavorad to oon'orm to thorn lea for orthography and
yraaaeatieaaooBtBlaadta Weroeoter1 Dictionary."
Bone Mana, lata Pnatdaat.
Knrroa Ooi Omen.. "I aott cordially reeoa.
Bond Itaatbaavaal rollabU itaadard authority of the
Ingllik Bngaai M It. m bow Written and poken."
rraatdeat Aadrowi. ; - , ;
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS, OF OHIO.
yon Sot. Anton Jrty OmvUtHontr Oommm
"The Uetloaary a aa tapwrWabtw BOBBBoat to the
learnln and lodaatry of It aathor, and an honor la Ik
world of letter. The axihanlral execution a far tape
rtor to that of aay other Laiooa with whlck I aa an.
qnalnlod. , . ... . i
Jrvnt Son. B..B-' Bonn. MOtmmlttlontr of
"The aott rellabU attttdard aatbority of tha ha-
oraat taa' ' '
TjfavllTig ITarwapapera ef Ohi) Bay.
' trom tkt CltttUmi BtralA MorxX&. '
Tha orthofrapby of tha Woroattu Dictionary a thai
d b moat. If not all. author of dlatmetlon In thl
oeontryand Bngland, and eonfora to the (tnoral BafO
a ordinary writer ana epeuere. , . . .(.
Whatoeor vralaoicee aay Bare axineo pranoaiy,' a
eareful itady of tbi rolaao will mTarlably be followed
by a warn appneiatloa of la peat jot, amla daalre
to add it to the well aaiaotea UDrary. be 4 large or anau.
Itlta library lnltaalf, and will remain aa iDporiiha
Me reoori of the loaning of It oompiler. . f
ram tit OinoinnaU Oommtrtial April 90. j
Here are irward af a hundred ahoaaad word good.
bad aad tndlffotoat who aalUnwioaa aeaatoge and
derlTatwna, together with their comet (polling and pro
nunciation, are aal olearly before the eye. She work I
anaooattonably tka me test ThnMra of Ingllik Word
rer pobllaoed. . . ; . r-v , ,
from Ot CUttUmd PMnAtaltr oApi. , 18W.i
Brldeatl WoBxanwa'f BoraA Qoabto DwrtolutT it
no tnif (A Uxti, but (A aarr work of tAt fciiui eer -
ajaa.anaaaai py no poatuiuqr aaaar ny ooaparaon or
from Vu TUtioBlai of May 29. ' : r!
A to laoairBoiATtoB. Wotonrtt a tbb tTAKsau
Ibllowod by our boat aathor; in definition bo learo
aothlng to be desired, and in OaTaookAi-ar It a fufflcten t
to aay that Woaoarru oan b aattly followed. j
IHGHAIH at BBAOO, . ' - ' !
Pa bllakara, Baakaellera Ac 8tatiaerat
M0. 101 BUPKMOB BT., CLBVILAND, OHIO.
THE inJTUAL BENEFIT : ;
LIEE INSURANCE ' COMPANY,
MTowaris.,'!!.' J." j
DlTlteaA Jaaaary i ,1 ga 1 , 48 Par Caa t
ABBITB,................ivt..i.. .$31154 60.
taumaat Jaaaary ,.1861
Balance, per tatanl 2aa. Ut, 1860....3,4M81 30
aooeieea tor rroaiun ear
ing tha tear !.. .....B768.053 M- : ' i
aooeltod tor interest daring '' ' '
tb year i860 8i4,oi4 w .
. ' ' i i. i i j
Total reoelpt for 18rj0....a77,0o7 74 i
Paid Oatau by 1)0967.050 00 '
Paid Polioioa iorreo-
Paid a lame, Poet-
S .. iik
aga, Tana, Aa r
ehang,to....... 31,680 54
Paid Comailaalona ty "
Agent 81,335 30
Paid Phyatetana' foe. ' 8,064 7S
Paid AnnBltlea..".. IMl 00 r,, . - ,:;
Paid Dlrldtnda dnr- """"
tag to year... 198 00 78 105.081 63
H lUano Janoary 1st, lR61 ......3,818,558 50
Cask on kand.,..,...,.,..., ,.a.aia84 19 ts.i
Bond and Mortgage oa Jtcal
; Aetata, worth: aoabta thr " -r T t '.:
amonat loaaed......... 8,37,841 09 J-,':--
freaiaa BoUa, on Polleta . . ,
to loroa, only drawing (per r h 1:'
oeot. la tereet.... ...... 179,4 17
Eeal AUt B0.89S 87
aoaitf af traaaailHiOB.... "45443 75 ""''
, Xokl Aawk 1,819J5 58
n f i - i ;
1,435 bow Pollcka kara been kaaod during tb year.
After a oarafnl oalenktlod of tha p recent ralue of fa
utetaoding Polloio of tbo Oompany. aad aarlag tb
aeucmary awaoaaf la reeorr therefor, tha Sireotor
aavaaeoiaraaa vnaana peroenu on um rreml
ta paid at tha ktba rat, t aU point for nf la force.
urlot to J an nary 1, 1UW, payabla aeoordlng to the
i rnloM tba Oonrpeny. t f f i,
Bate tot all kinoeef Lite Ooatioeie; ProepcoV
aeae, Bataaanto, and Anplleatioa, will b faralehed
wiraovT cautaa, at u vmoe or agrncia of u vob'
TS.li Z I' BOW. UTU0b', n4jBBai,
L. 0. A0T AA, T to Frandait.
XllfJ. O.BtlXL"!, Beoretar. -..n
Al At. BKESOPT, Aowt,
i, ": .;(-" Jakaiaa BlokV: 1
. KtVOnSS, B61. j n a ii.ju- c Oolaabao, O.-i
iTktAIPl AND riQTJREB BLACK
JA DBBB8 4nXK8, of orcrrrmdo. The Boat (elect
1 awikatM la tka olty, and at eaoaataaaonaU rate
' ' - BAtM k BOB,
I art . M! .jr.--Btv P.Borak nuiistwa nO
VrBel.TA ,TZa .A .if
a compouna yomaay, aeagneri ta Da tne mott
effectual AUtrativt that can b made. It ii
A concentrated extract of Fara Sarwparilla,
to combined with other lubstancea of (till
greater alterative power at to afford an effec
tive antidote for the disease Saraparilla ii
reputed to cure. It i believed .that tuch
remedy ia wanted by those who tufTer from
Strumoua comploinu, and that one which will
aooomplUh their cure roust prove of immenee
Krrvice to this Urge clue of our afflicted fellow
citizenf. k How completely thii compound will
do it haa been proven by experiment on many
of the wont cates to be found of the following
complaint: A , .
ScaorrjLi ' AND BcBOPllOUS CoHFLAIftTi,
Ebuptios and Eecptivb Diseases, Ulcers,
PntPLBs, BtotOHis, TvJiobs, Salt Hhium,
Scal Hiad, StPHais akd SmniiTto Ar
yionoKs, Meboueial Disease, Daoysr, Nsu
kaloia ba Tio DocLotJEBtnt, Debihtt, Drs-
PBPtlA AND IlTDIOBSTIOrT, ERTtrPBLAS, JlOiS
oa St. Anthont's Fibi, and indeed, he whole
class of complaints axUiug Jxfni Iupubitt of
th Blood. - - - Ay -
, This , compound will Dfe-ibund a great pro
moter of health, when token in the spring, to
expel the foul humors which fester in the
blood at that season of tha year. By the tim
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are nipped In the bud. Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through which, the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, -if not 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 yom find it is ob
structed and sluggish in the .veins; cleanse 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 ia will ; but wim this
Eabulum of life disordered, there can be no
tsting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown. 1
-. Sarsaparilla has, end deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egregiotuly 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,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else. i
During 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 contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla, but often no curative properties whatev
er, . Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
hot followed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood tha market, until the
name itself is justly despised, and has becomo
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the
name from the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And we think ire have ground for
believing it lias virtues which are Irresistible
by the ordinary run of the diseases it is intend
ed to cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
tho bottle.", -
FREFABED BT .
DR. J. AVER Sc CO.
Price, tl por Bottle Six Bottles for $3.
7 Ayer's: Cherry, Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown fur the cure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it ik entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
evidenee of its virtues, wherever it has been cm
ployed. As it has long been in constant use
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure the people its Quality is kept up to the best
it ever has been, and that it may be relied on to
do for their relief all it has ever been found to do.
' Ayer's Cathartic' Pills,
tob the ctrsx op
Cottivtnctt, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Dysentery, fbul Stomach, Erysipelas, Headache,
Pilot, Rhnmatitm, Eruptions and Sfcin Diseases,
titer Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumors and
Sail MuHtn, ! Worms, Gout, ' Neuralgia, as a
Dinner Pitt, and for Purifying the Blood, .
They ore sugar-coated, so that the most sensi
tive can take them nleasantlv. and they aro the
best aperient in tho world for all the purpoies of a
family physic, . - .3.;: '
Price 25 cents per Box ; Five boxes for $1.00.
Great numbers of Clertrvmen. Phvsiciotu. States
men, and eminent personages, have tent their
name toeerti fy the uaparaUeled usefulness of these
remedies, but our space here will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish gratis our American Almanac in which they
are given ; with also full descriptions of the above
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure. .
Do not be put off bv unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Ayeb'x, and take no others. The sick
want the best aid there 1 for them, and they shnul d
have U.v- .:. 1 :-i ' ' -
All our remedies-are for sale hy
EOBBRTB a iAMTJIL. Oolnmhn.
And by Draggtsu and Dealers everywhere. ,
NEWARK MACHESTE V0RKS,
BTBWABK OHIO, r -
BJanafactarare af all kinds af - Pat
table aad Htatlaaarr aseana Eu
a-laee, Haw mills, u:
.rlat lUllle, ,
-.n-.i, . ... .. ... . ekO. etce.
tAJTSA JBOJDLSl Stattnt B. i. BtASD TBaltn
S.ttS. B. ' DVT ALL Stat mill COLVBBUS
" BACEIKS CO. Beattnllll BRADIQBD .
tr.... :.. .. 4C0.BtttnUltt , ' '
- Our Portable Snelne and taw Kill ?
Was awarded too first preatoa of 050 at the Indians
State fair Tor 1900 ever Laae aBodley'e on account ol
Frloa, llghtaeaa, simplicity, economy of fuel
""' and superior character of lumber sawed.
ar Stationary Ingln was awarded at the Sam Pali
tb am Bvoaaiaa f awo.
Oor Portable Bnylne wa awarded the Ant pmalaa
iwHtn'auatMemphl,Xeaa.,ovor aundy' ua
vaU'a, Oolanba Machine Co'., and Bradford A 0i.
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John Pierpont's Last Poem.
The following patrlotlo lyrlff, from the pen or the
venerable Bev. Mr. Plemonu nrove that tha ra af
genius still glow, andlmmed by old age, la th seal of
" ioncaa poet, whoa ant production wa
publUhed half a century ago. Mr. Pierpont to eevanty
si years od, and bis poem ba th spirit of 76. Ad
ditional Interest is gim 1 th poem by th fact that Mr.
Plerp ont, aotwlthstanding ha 4vaad age, go to th
wars as chaplain of th 82d Massachusetts Regiment .
"E PLURIBUS UNUM."
BY JOHN PIERPONT.
Ihs harp of the minstrel with melody rings,
, , When the mus kave Uughthlm to touch and to
tuneit;' . .... .) .. , I . 1
But though II may bav a full ocUve of itrlcgs, '
To both maker and minstrel the harp Is a null, ;
, - 80 th power that create j
' Our Ueuubllo ot States 'i
Into harmony bring them at itinerant dates;
' And the thirteen or thirty, the Union one dose,
ar --a rturtout unum' of many in one.
Th science that weighs la herbalaao th tphar. '
And watched them site first th Chaldeaa began it,
No and then, a (be count them and measures thslr
. . Bring Into ear system and name a saw pltnef , '
Yet the old and new stars . , I
Venus, Neptun and Mars, I
Ai they drive round the inn their Invisible cars,
Whether Teeter or slower thelrnces they run,
Ar "SPlurilut Unum" ot mny mad one, ;
0' tbat 'ystem or spheres should bnt on fly th track,
Or with othen eonspir for a general dispersion,
By th great central orb they would all be brought
Or helj, ta:h in her place, by a vholesome coercion.
Should one daughter of light . ..
Be Indulged In her flight,
They would ill be engulfed by old Chaos and Night;
80 must none or oar sisters bo suffered to run,
Por "XPlwOnit Fmm"-w all go If on.
Lt th demon of discord oar melo 'y mar,
Or Treason's red hand rand our Union asunder,
Break on string from oar harp, or extinguish one
Tb whole system's ablaze with It lightning and
Let th discard be hushed I '
Lei th traitor be crushed I !
Though "Ltgion" their name, and with victory
Por aye must our motto stand, fronting th sun:
"S Pluritu Unvm fAoutmany w'ro. e
. : . Boston Transcript,
Churches for all Classes.
It may not be a waste of time for ua to con
sider a little on a Saturday the custom which
civilized sod Chrietisn nations bave of "going
to church" 00 Sundays. It 'la eminently a
Christian institution, iu tbe way that we per
form ll. Mohammedans assemble In their
moaks on Fridays at noon, for prayer, and occa
sionally bear an exhortatory address from a
sheik of the moek, or a derwish of reputed
sanotlty. Some, sagao nations bare special
drtvs for meetiog U their temples to pray and
praise their deaf gods. But tbe practice of
gathering in well dressed crowds, to sit bolt
upright In a pew for two hours of a Sunday
morning, and a nearly equal space of time ia
the afternoon, listening to muilo, staring around
at one another, hearing a sermon, and separat
ing, is eminently a Christian custom, and may
perhaps be styled almost exclusively a Protestant
custom.' . ' )
Far be it from uS (0 say aught irreverent of
the house of God, or of the services of tbe
Sabbath day. Tbe assembly In the church is
to some Christians, wbe go there devoutly, the
most sacred and refreihlng bour of all the
week, tbe hour ia which they gather most
strength for the labors of life. But it cannot
fail to be suggested to the reflecting mind, that
there is something wanting In the forms of wor
ship in our ehurebes, or something too much of
woridllness mlneled with the eervioed. The
church ought not te be a place for the display
of. dresr, or into which any person should be
deterred from comine by any effect of poverty
It cannot be doubted that in our Amerioan
churches the lines of social life existing out-.
side of tbe house of Ood are-toe macltestly pre
served. Let any stranger, brought from an ia
telligent bnt oburohlese country, be plaeed, on
a Sunday morning, in one of our city churches,
and asked to explain what was going on, and
without a knowledge of the language be might
be exceedingly pnzxled to guess the nature
of tbe oeremoniee he was Witnessing. - I
He would listen to tbe maslo, as do tbe con
gregations mostly, and would admire tbe ele-
cance of the assembly, as all do. But it is
questionable whether the bowed heads of a por
tion ot tbe aumecce wouia suggest to mm tne
Idea of prayer to the God of tne Americans, or
It be did take mat iaea ne wouio certainty in
quire whether tbe same God was ' worshiped
by the poor as by the rich, and Ii so, where
were the former class, immensely outnumber
ing tbe latter as they always do in all commu
nities, 'v .n.-i --.. .1
H is one of the curious characteristics of
many of our city churches that all the congre
gations are people of wealth, or at least of eom
lortable properly. Tbe poor are not visible
amone tbe thousands who throne: them.; Why
is Ibis so 1 in tns country, we are eu ismuiar
with the free galleries and, la some eases, the
pews allotted to those who are unable to pay
ior their sittings. me same custom prevails
in some of the city churorter, but in most of
tbem the gallery pews command high rents, and
tbe poor bave only two or three remote seats
near tbe door, wnica tney seiaom or never 00
copy, and which are quite likely to be appropri
ated by well dressed strangers..
The truth is, tnere is a great misuse made
in tbe church architecture among rrotestante;
a mistake which bss become so prevalent now
that it has beoome part of tbe manners and cus
toms of England and Amerloa, but especially
of America, and it ia greatly to be feared will
never be corrected. I bis mistake consists In
the Introduction of pews. They should never
have been allowed to mar tbe interior or reHir
ions edineee ana bring, as tney inevitably do.
sooial distinctions into the. House ef God -
There ought to be no . distinction in His pres
ence between. the poor end the rich. The
most proud and delicate . lady . should kneel
unhesitatingly side by side with the child of
shame, if by any ehance tne latter oouid be
brought into tbe place ot prayer. ' ' '
There should be nothing in the cburca ar
rangements which would prevent rich or poor
from entering tbe assembly for lack of " some
thing to wear." In general, churches should be so
arranged for publlo worship that no person In
catering, or la preparing to attend, enonid bave
appearanoe, fashion, or dress, even snggested to
the mind as formica: port or tne considerations
ot attendance. No humble poor person should
fear remark upon his or her shabby apparel, no
hesitstiog daughter of fashion should be pre
vented from seeking the place of prayer la the
plainest clothing, t-.i -.i':. ..- v.i- -
Hospitality in pew noiaers is a great, e most
desirable virtue. In some of our city churches
it Is cultivated, la others it la absolutely on
known.; But this virtue ia perfection would
never supply the deficiency totwblch we at pres
ent allude. Nor, so long aa pews exist, which
are sold at enormous prices, aud charged with
heavy ground rents, is it probable that churches
will be common ground lor ins ricn and poor, or
be freed trom the exhibitione of drees and fashion.-
Butooulditbeotberwiset We apprehend
Ibat great diuioaiiy would do touua in correct
ing tbe evil and keeping up churches oa tbe vol
untary principle. StlU it slight be done.- '
. In L-ontlnentai cuurohea, especially in tbe
cathedrals, the floor le free to all the world.
Near the? door la kept a great pile of cheap
stout chairs, which the custodians, answering to
our sextons, carry op te the front of the altar
aa fast ae tbey are demanded. ' been person
bovine: a chair pays one, two or three sons for
It. The-church is throngsd witn loose woo
cannot oa tbe son. bnt who kneel on the pave
ment by the side of the weeluleot. Tbe result
of such a system is, that tbe street beggar, worn
and baecaid. oravt et tbe eiiar witn us osiuxee,
Tbe dauehter f crime, wrapped la her tell.
kneels, Bobbing, by tbe side of the matron aad
he pure daughters, r Old and young, rich and
poor, soble and Ignoble, etaaere all, and ia tha
presence ef Uod not so eer anllka ft. ir
mingle ea tbey should la tb service ef His
house-. There fa no opportunity for Pharisaical
separatism. . There le no exclusion for aoy one,
bowerer degraded, from the ohnrch services.
The doors of the .plaoe of prayer stood open,
tbe poorest any claim the same rights la )i as
the richest, and therefore enter it with tbeesme
If a Protestant church could be established In
New York.'oo the. principles, without pews,
and Without dislineiioa hf nlama. It Ii ,
much to be doubted whether it would attract aa
onuuiy. me poor win not attend cberehes
for the poor alone,, Tney do not feel osmfort
ably In seats set apart for them. And 1( is very
pose ble that such a church, unattractive to the
wealthy, Whs hav tbelr own oomfor table pews
In their own ahurobes amour the accustomed
scenes of Sunday dresaea and anrrnnarllfiff.
Would prove CQUsilf anattrantlr tit tha mm.
But if some strong power could at onoe sweep
the pews out ot all our ehurches. and- nrovlda
support for tbe clergy on some other system
than pew rent, leaving floors oa which all tha
servants of God, of all classes, as men mark
classes, could meat and kneel together In per-
ws equality, we are inoiinea to believe a great
er reform would be aoeempllehed than has been
known sinee the days of Luther M Yj Journal
of Commerce. 1 ; . i. -.. , - , . ; ;,
The Flutter Budget Family.
Tbe fjllowiue -admirable nartratanf avail.
known aud numerous family ia by Dr. J. G. Hol
land, of the Sorlnofield. Mass.. RnubLicmm: .
Mrs- Flutter Budget was at church lost Sun
day, cine always is at church: snd she never
lorgeu ber fan- 1 have known bet for many
years, and bave never known her to be in
cb arch without a fan ia her hand, and some ar
ticle upon oer breast that rustled constantly.
Her black silk dress is death to devotion over
the spaoe of twenty feet 0a ell -sides of ber.
She fixes tbe wires ia the bonnets of ber little
girls, tbea takes their hats off entirely, then
wipes their noses, tben shakes her head ad them.
then makes them exchange seats with each oth
er, then finds the text and the bymns foe them,
then fusses with the cricket, and then fans her
self unremittingly until she can see something
else to do. Daring all this time, and through
out all these exercises, the one article of dress
oa her figety person that has rustles ia it, rus
tles. It chafes against the walls of silence as
a osged bear obafes, with feverish restlessness,
against the walls of his cell; and as if the an
noyance of one sense were not sufficient, she
seems to bave adopted a bob-and-sinker style of
trimming, for bat and dress, and hair and cloak,
and everything that goes to make np ber exter
nals. Little pendant are everywherelittle
tassels and little balls and little tufts and the
ends of little cerdsi end these ere all the time
bobblog up and, doanj and , trembling . and
threatening to bob np and down, like :
I Th one red leaf, tb last of It elan, -That
dances aa oft aa Sasoe it can, . . ,,
Banging so light, and hanging o high, I
0a the topmoet bough that look Bp at th Sky.'' ;
Any person who looks near Mrs. Flutter Bad-
get, or undertakes to look at ber during divine
service, loses all sense of repose, and all power
of reflection. The most solemn exercises in
which the mind engages caa not be oarried on
with a fly upon tbe nose; and any teasing of a
single sense, whether of sight or sound or touch,
I- 1 -1 - J .T T .v . .
ikmii Mj rcugiuuo uevutuio. a prtjaumo sua.
if the pastor wishes to find the most sterile por
tions of his field, he need only to ascertain the
names of those who occupy pews m the vicinity
of this lively little lady. Her husband died two
years ago, of sleeplessness and a harassing sys
tem of nursing. -, - - - . '
A NUMEROUS FAMILY.
The Flutter Budgets are a numerous family
ia America.: Tbey are not aU as restless as
Madame, but the characteristics of the blood
are manifested among them all. They never
know repose; and what is worse than this, tbey
dread, If not despise it. They ere immense
workers not that they do more work and hud
er than their neighbors, but tbey make a great
fuss about U, and ere always at it. They rise
eariy 10 tue morning, and tbey sit up late at
night; and tbey do this from year's end to
year's end, whether they have anything to do
or not. mey eauno in sun. iney nave an
unhealthy impression that it is wrong for them
sot to be "doing something" all the time
Nothing in tbe world makes them so uncom
fortable and so restless as leisure. Mrs. Flut
ter Budget could no more sit down without knitting-work,
or a sock to darn, in her hand, than
she could fly. As she bos many times remarked.
be would die If she could not work. 1 To her,
and to all ber name and character, constant ac
tion seems to be a necessity. Tha craving ef
the smoker for bis pipe or cigar, the inoessaot
hankering of the opium eater for hie drag, the
terrible thirst of the drunkard for his cups all
these are legitimate illustrations of the morbid
desires of the Budgets for action and motion
The man who has tbe bablt ot using narcotic,
is not more restless and unhappy without his
accustomed stimulus than they are without
anything to do. In truth, I believe the desire
lor action may beoome just as morbid a passion
of the soul as that which most degrades and de
NOT A HAPPY WOMAN.
. Mrs. Elntter Budget la not a happy woman:
and, as I have intimated before, she seriously
interferes with tbs happiness and the spiritual
prosperity of those about her.,, When she can
find aothing'to do then she worries.,. Those
children of hers are worried near to death., If,
in their play, tbey get any dirt on their faces,
they'are immediately sent to make tbemselves
clean. If they soil their clothes, they are shut
up until reduced to a proper state or penitence.
They are kept out of all draughts of air, (or fear
of cold; and it they should take cold, why, tbey
mast take medicine of the most repulsive ehss
aoter as a penalty. . If they cough out of the
wrong corner 01 their mouths, she suspects
them of croupy intentions; and if they venture,
at soma unguarded moment on a, cutaneous
eruption, they are Immediately charged with
measles, or accused with the small-pox. If tbey
quietly sit down for tbe moment of repose, she
apprehends sickness, and stirs them about la or
der to shake it off. Evea sleep is aot sacred to
her, for, if she finds a flashed face among tbe
harassed little slumberers, she awaken it on
ly to make affectionate ioqulrlea. Her husband,
as I have already stated, died two years ago.
She worked upon hi nervous system to such aa
extent that he was glad to be ri i of the world,
and of bar. I think a man would die, alter a
while, with constantly looking at a saw mill.
The jarring of a locomotive makes the tough
est iron brittle; and the wear and tear of a
restless wife is beyond the strongest man's en
durance. . . ... l.,-
Subjugating the People.
Proud, conceited and savage, as they 'were.
the Highlanders were finally subdued; and such
of them aa were not exiled ti bur plantations,
were reduced to the condition Of good citizens.
For five hundred years the Irish were In revolt
against the English Government. Abating only
the vanity, which makes our rebels so many
bladders of conceit, there Is a woundrous re
semblance between Irish and southern charac
ter. . But tbe Irish were subjugated agala and
again; tbey were oraelly massacred; they were
starved, hanged K transported and imprisoned,
but eight millions of Irishmen were, neverthe
less, conquered, and' completely consolidated
with the nation, country and Government to
loathe, hate and reeiei which bos been Ireland's
history for six or seven centuries iVtie York
Tint (Ret.), -..';' -' -",. .
is tbs some men lead
This way history! Tbe
Highlander were disarmed,- expatriated and
nearly crushed; but were neve subdued exeiipt
by a policy wuioo eievateu toon, ana gave tbem
more even than their share of the benefit, of
government. Ireland woe never subjugated
until she was elevated to a condition or equali
ty, both in religion and In civil and as anlcf pal
rights, to the rest ef the people of Great Brit
ain. Both Highlanders and Iiirbmen were a
source ot weakness tc Jreat Britain, so long a
the latter attempted to enforoe conformity of
insulations. Hungary ana veaetia and roland
are also sou ret of weakrieaa whenever Russia
or Austria attempts to set aside ancient sys
tems and modes of local government, and sob-
stttttte systems of csolidtioD. -
England allows IdMatry and polygamy In her?
colours and ber sysWm In regard to the mos
!?.!!- . h aP"Iolee Is little mora
ImX enI.,b', h !-at Federal system,
whlchaBtat-8 Right theorist ever advocated.
f.M. - iM ,h,6 ood wlU remotest sub
jects by largely acknowledgiog their right to
self-gorernment, . t
;.hTh!i,C?.0, to-v"waena Is often cited to
show, that at lost a rebellious people may be
subjugated. But two mlUloos ofpeopl. defied
the French Republic and survived it. In ona
aense they (jonquered. v They are not yet so
lubdsed but that an attempt to break up theie
traditional rights would shake tbe throne and
endanger the person of Napoleon III.
Bat le there not a question that should pre
cede this one, ia regard to the practicability of
subjugating a people? Of what use a hundred
years1 war to force "breeks on a Highlander,"
or Protestantism upon tbe Irish people, or
Austrian rale upon VenltlaT Would not all
parties bave been better, wonld not civilisation
have profited, would not the ven.end aimed as
have been nearer accomplished, bad tbe attempt
never been made?
Mere war may be a passing affair. A war
for the assertion of rightful aatbority is almost
always successful; but a war to inforce con
formity of institutions, oreeds, and civil or in
dustrial systems a
. JUST RECEIVED BY
WM. A. GILL,
No. 30 North High Street,
One 01 the Largest aal Best Selected Asset t
' OP .
. BVBR OFFERBD IN THI8 OITTI
House Builders' Furnishings
- Of BVIRI BTTLB AND QUALITY.
F reach Ac American
PAINTS GROUND lit OIL,
tod put np in half pound cans for family aae, aad Dry
Paint In balk.
Urashes of every variety & quality.
.1 A Splendid Assortment of
AXES GRINDSTONES, tkc.
f GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, Ao.
ROPE 4 CORDAGE!
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.
WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
1 especially Invito th attention of all Interested to myj
dock of Pookot and Table Cutlery, and
SILVER PLATED FORKS, .
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
, Buiter Knives, &c,
atOQARRfe A BRO'S. Manufacture, warranted to be
extra heavy, Xlectro-Flatod.on genuine Albatta,
Ooontry Merchants, Mechanics, and other, are invlte l
to call and examine ay Block, a I am prepared to soli
Aholesat and Retail.
wVm. A. OILA,
, Columbia, Ohio. May 8. 1880.
; PROF. L. MILLER'S
An ' Effective, Safe and " Eoonomieal
t FOR RESTORING GRAY UA1B
To Its original oolor without dyeing, and prsvanllug -tlair
from turning gray.
' FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
Aad curing It, whaa there h th least partial of vttall
01 recapentiv energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUK
Andallcutaneousaffeotiont of tb Scalp.
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparting to It as anauaied glo and brilliancy, making
It soft and silky In it texture, and causing it to cur
readily. . ........
Th gnat celebrity and Increasing demand for thl au
qaalM preparation, aonvino tb proprietor thai on.
trial I only necessary to aatUfy a discerning public of tea
sapertorqualitMc over any other preparation In oa. Ii
l sanies th head aad aoalp from dudraaT and other
eatanaoo dtnasui, eauaimi th hair to grow hsxariantly
giving It a rich, soft, glossy aad fleztbteappoamnoa, an
nuo, when th hair to looeenlng and thinning, it wii 1 giv
itreagth and vigor to th roots aad restore o growth 10
boas parte which hare beoome bald, causia 4tu i.ih
rash oovarlng of hair.
In. re ar hundreds of ladle and gcatlemtn in New
fork who hav had their hair roatored by the use ot thu
InmiKorator, when all otbor preparations have tailed. L.
M. ha to hi pucctua tellers innumerable testifyim
to lit above facta, from person of th hiatus raduJ.
btllty. ' It will effectually prevent the hair (rum turuiuj
anil I in latest period ot lite; and m rases where the hair
haa already taaaged oolor, th ae ef th Inelgorator
WUi with certainty nature it to tt to ia original hue, fil
ing It a dark, gloasy appcaranc. A a perfuau fur urc
toilet and a Hair Iteatoratlv it I particularly reoou.
mended, having an reabi fnsrranc; and the grtat i
eilltln II afford la dressing the hair, which, waeu moist
with tho Invlgorator, oan be dreeeed in any requirta!
form so at to preserve It puce, whether plainfcir in ourla
bene th gnat demand tor tt by th ladies as itaudmtd
toilet arttol which noa eught 10 k without, the prlc
places it vrtbia tb reach ot all. being . . .
Only Twenty-Five Cents
per bottle, tube bad tt u saspeotabls Druggist and
,, . u b "-rtttimttt w
L. MILLS A vM (all th attention of reran le' and
Ooardiau to to oat ot his lartgoratoi, it, , waara
the children's halt Inolinee to 1 weak. The a at It
lays tb foundation tor a good had of hair, tt it ro
aove any anparitM that amy hav baooa connected
with th acalp, th nmoral of whicb a accessary both
for tb health of tb child, and the future ppataac of
OaPT,. None gen utn without the tM-suaiM LOUIS
MILLBft being job 4h onto, wrapper: aa. t, aflt,
LBR'B BAIJI UTIOORArOA. iTr.. blowa 1. thl
gkWS.i .' , . i fa
. wnoieaai epoi,s Sey street, and Mid by all th
principal Mnehaaa and Drogaiau throughout th world
Liberal dJsooonl Ic pen: hears by the quantity.
1 also led re to present to the American rnblie ay
BBW ABO - UrBOVKO IBITABTABXort
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, after yweri of scisoUBc erperimenUng, t bav
broaghtto perfection. It de Black or Browa Instantly
Wtthoat Injury to th Hair at Bklat warranted ih bee
article of the kind to eaietaaoe. : . t -,
4. PRICE, ONLY 60 CENTS, i '
Depot," 66 Dey ' St, Ngvi; tori)
0t:dAwly A .. , j,-.,.; ,
VERY STYLISH STRIPED SLOTH
SHAWLS, la sew design at J eO Vslue tl O0.I
1 Me yard Bapr PUU Black Silk al 81 O0-Vaiu
Pretioh Merino, cento TeJaeS7let tyard. -
M 74 cent vain fl 00 a yard.
T" ,v -.t ,. BAIN a ION, '
octlO "MAsuih High Street. J