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PINP & CHITTENDEN,
COUNSELLORS AT i aW, 1
ao tVaii st root,
(Officee of Olty Judge,) ' "
Hon. James Monoilef. N. T. Superior Court
Hon. II. B. Payne, Cleveland, O.
Hon. n H. Hunter, Lanoaster, 0.
noriJ-Om . '
Attorney and Counsellor nt Law,
OmCE Ho. 57 Hian btiiekt, odbom build
ing, opposite the State House. buiuw-
Kefereoces ghren when required.
noT9-ly . ..
(late of Fhalon'i Establishment, N. T. ,)
PJPKIETOK P THE NEW TOHK
fur?!1 Cm"0g' et-poon.ng
South Hlch St.,OTerBain,8 Store,
bn?h".lto,ta"l0a " ,TW ta h 'I0M
ryie,,'e', ,Dl 0hlldren' Ha,r Dressing done In the beat
iepl3dly ....... ... . , v , - :
OA LT HOUSE,
No. 17ff North High Street, .
THIS HOTEL IS BUT ONE AND A
HALF BQUARB4 from the Depot, and persons ar
"7M,i Vf1?. S11 peasage on any of the trains,
will find Ihetialt House decidedly a convenient stop
ping place. i . r
,t?SK.ag?n WhVti P Bt " honr of n'eht f"f ny
Terms moderate, to mil the Umet . ' ,
00U3 . ; :'
NEAR UNION DEPOT,
ONE DOLLAR PER DAV.
F. A. . B. ' 8EOINS,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC; - v
Oace-Atnboi Building, opposite Capitol Square.
.Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
v fft , C LI LLE Y
, And Blaik-Book ttanufanturer,
bobtb aiea itbzet, coltjbbub, oato
aaarl Ml -
Corner Spring & Water St.,
w. b. vbxrh , k , co.,
And Manufacturers of Bnuts and ComWtlon OaaUnes
Finished Brass Work of all Descriptions.
STENCIL CUTTINC, &C.
febl tll-dly '
Colnmlbns Wholesale Liquor Store
LACELLE ROSS & CO., - l
, IMPORTKRa AND DEALERS IN t :
Foreign and Ddhtestio Wkei,'Brandiei,
OLD RYE, MONONGAHELA & BOURBON
. v i u 1 1 ' . : '
WARHOUB AND OrviCE, 324 B0UTH HIGH 8T,
sep8dlyli . ' ; ' !y.S ; '' ; t"
VM. II. RESTIEAUX,
(BUCOEBBOR'TO McEK at RESTIIAUX, '
No. 1 06,. South 5' High Street,'
' DEALER IN jvf,'';."'
P R OV I S I O N $ tr T
Foreign and Domestio Pn?its, t.
FLOUR, SALT, LIQUORS, ETC.
STORACE & COMMISSION
.r'.'.yli'r -'.- .
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY-
The" latest The largestThe Jest,
The Cheapest Beoanse the Best,
"Tat) Itiowt Hellabja fttandard An
lrlty ! tha Enflleb Lanfuaire."
Sla Bundrat Eminent Educator of Ohio,
"TIIB' BEBT BNQLI8II DI0TI0NARI EXTANT."
trary Jim Xvtryvihtr.
t'He.e are nnwarila of TTnnAni Thnnn Wnr.li
Whose multifarious meanlne. .n.Ldnrlntlnna. tmrather
with thai 1 eorreot apelllng.and protmnilatlon r clearly
et before the eje.' .
.. , Olnoinnati Commercial.
Bead the PtcMont of ttt Uembert of the Ohio State
- Jeacneri Aieociation.
The nnderslgned, members of the Ohio State Teachers
ASeoelatlon. adODt and aim in DM In tesrhlnir. wrltlna
and speaking, the orthography and pronunciation of
woroester'e Hoval Quarto .Dictionary, and we most cor-
uuiij rcoommena it as uie most reliable standard au
thority of the English language, a It is now written anil
Loam Arotiwe, President Kenyon College.
M. D. Laaerrr, Superintendent Zsnesrllle Schools.
' Thos. W. H4ftvr, Bup't hfassllon Union Schools.
U. t. Oownutr, Bop't Publio Bchools, Bandusky. '
Jonn Ltxoh, Bup't Publlo Bchools, Olrclerllle.
N. Bahtou, Frlnclpal OlevelanA female Bemln-
. Wm. Urrcnsiu Bup't Vublie Schools, Mt. Union.
JOIN OoDIN. Prlnclnul Hljt Nnrmnl fkhnal. Minn.
eoti. . . . ., .'
H. 8. Mianii, Bup't Canton Union Schools.
Rowih Rnal, Principal UcNeely Normal Bchool.
Bu T. Tims, Prof, ktalhematlce, Ohio University.
-WmyW. Enwmm, Bup't Troy Union Bchool.
A. O. HoniHS. Princioal West Ulih School. Clere-
B. A. NofcTOM. Associate Prbiclnal Hlsh School. Oleve-
TntoDOR Stiiiliho, Principal nigh Bchool, Clere
R. r. HoMitToH, Principal Olereland Institute.
J. A. OiRniLD, President of Electlo Institute, Hi
W. L. HAKIM. Prof, of Ohemlitrr. Ohio Wetlevan
H. H. BitxiT, Ex-Cemmlsaloner of Common Bchools,
Jaujsj Mono, Prof. Rhetorlo, Oherlln College.
Tno. Hill, President Anllorh College.
O. W. II. 0Tnn.T. Prnf. Mthemtlr. niirh
B. 0. Orchbauhh, Prof. Language, ITIgh Bchool,
b. n. Barbir, Bup't Union Schools, Aihlaod.
ilort than Sim Hundred othsr PrteUUmle of ftilU.
048. Profeeeore. Author ami IHeUnmitufLMil JTrltiMt
tort, have endoritd tAe above eentiment.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
Mariitta Oolisoi "It Is trnt a mainlllcent work.
an honor to the author, the publishers, and the whole
eountry." President Andrews.
Omo WsncTAa Uitttbisitt ...' It erceed. mTexmirbi-
ttons. It will be m .aide In orthocranhT and nronnn'
elation, and will often be consulted by me for its neat
and accurate definitions." President Thompson.
W. &. EOLXCna Cou.Bfl. .(IIentjifiirA wa humnaMl
Webster's orthography. At recent meeting of our
Faculty, tt was decided to change It to conform to that
of Worcester's Royal Quarto Dictionary." President
Oarfleld. .. . . ..
WtsTCRH RiKRva OotLtnr. "I find it worth of
oordlal approbaUon. "A-President Hitchcock.
0mii.ni CoLtsaii. "It more than meets m em eola
tions. I recommend It aa the standard authority in
orthoepy to my children and my pupils." President
' AtrrtocH CoLLMi. "I adontand aim to use In teach
ing, writing and speaking, the orthography and pronun
ciation of Worcester's Boyal Quarto Dictionary.''
rreeiaent iuu. , ..-
"In all my writlna, speaking, and teaching, t have en
deavored to conform to the rule for orthography end
pronunciation as contained In Worcester's Dictionary.''
Horace tlann, late President.
Kihtok 0ou.ni. Qahbitr. ''I most cordially recom-
mond It as the most reliable standard authority of the
English language as It is now written and spoken."
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OK OHIO.
from Ha. Anton Smyth, Committtoner of Common
. ecnooie in two.
"The Dictionary Is an Imperishable monument to the
learninc 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 Lexicon with which I am ac
quainted." . .
From Eon. H. B. Barney, He-Committtoner of
"The most reliable standard authority of the lan
Xjeading Newspaper ot Ohio Say.
Iron the Cleveland Ber'alA of llarch 38.
-The orthography of the Worcester Dictionary Is that
1 U . I . 1 1 m. JI.In.tlAn In t.U
USCU VJ 111 VBl, ft UUl Mil. humiwi v. u.ai.iwiuu .u um
country and EngUnd, and conforms to the general usage
of ordinary writers and speakers. ' -
. Whatever nreindicea may bare existed previously, a
-careful study of this volnme will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation 01 its great menu, ana a desire
to add It to the well selected library, be It large or small,
It Is a library In Itself, and will remain en Imperisha
ble record of the learning of Its compiler.
from the Cincinnati Commercial 'of April SO. -Here
are upwards of e hundred thousand words good,
bad and Indifferent whose multifarious meanings and
derivations, together with their correct spelling and pro
nunciation, are set clearly before the eye. The work Is
unquestionably the greatest Thesaurus of English Words
ever published. ' "
Irom th Cleveland Plalndealtr of Sept. 20, 18C0.
Evidently Worcistir's Rotal Qdarto Dictionary ii
not only the latt, but them work of the hind ever It
rued .andean by no possibility suffer by comparison or
1 . From th Toledo Blade of May 39.
AS tO FR0RCKC1AT10H. WoRCMTTR IS Tnl STANDARD
followed by our best authors'. In definitions he leaves
nothing to be desired, end in Orthography It is sufficient
to say that Woscarru can be safely followed . .
INGHAiri Jc BRAGG,
PiiMieuera, Doolcaeller & Sjtationera,
NO. 191 BUPERI0R ST., CLEVELAND, OHIO.
mai9 .. ' ' '.;
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE. COMPANY,
- " OP
DlTldond Jannary 1, ISA 1, 45 Par Cent.
ASSETS....! 13,812,5k SO.
Statement January , 1861, '
Balance, per statement Jan. 1st, J8C0 J1,4(W.5S2 39
Received for Premiums dur
ing the jear ltK O 1763,053 55 -
Received for Interest during
the year 1800..... 814,014 19
Total receipt for 1860. ... tB77,rfC7 74 . ,
Faid01aimabyDeUi,2l7,OSO 00 . ,
Paid Policies surren- ;iu.. .
dered : 41,111 29 .
Paid Balaries, Poit- , .
. sge, Taxes, Ex- "
change, eto. , 3ltG20 54 - :u
Paid Commissions to . ' '
JlpenU 5i;325 30
Paid Physicians' fees. 5,900 75
Paid Annuities 1,517 00
Paid Dividends dur
ing the year ....160,500.75 505,091 03 411,970 14
Net Balance January 1st, 1801..',...,...
; . ..- ASSETS. '
Cash on hand 6,6284 19
Bonds and Mortgages on Real . ., -,
Estate, worth double the
amount loaned 2,327,841 C3
Premium Notes, on Policies -.
In force, on ly drawing 6 per
cent. Interest. 1,279,864 17
Beat Estates , 90,693 27
LoansonBcrlp..... ... 3,93144
course of transmission'.... "45,343 75
76T5 rollclea in force, Insuring.,,,,. $aa,426,638
1,433 new Policies here been Issued during the jeer, -
After a careful oalcnlatlon of the present value of th
outstanding Policies of the Company, and having the
fMoosory amount In reserve therefor, the Directors
have deotarea e dividchd oi to per cent, on the Premi
ums Mid at tha table rates, to all nollcles for life In force.
Issued prior to Jannary 1, I860, payable according to th
present rule of the Company,
Bate for ell kinds of Life Contingencies, Prospect
oses, Statement,- end Applications, will be furnished
without oiuRas, et the oince or Agencies of the Com
pany. i , , BOBT. L. PATTERSON, President'
L.0.GR0VER, Vice President.
BIN J. 0. MILLER, Beoretery.
K BKBSON, Aaent, ' '
' No. Johnson Block,'-;-
ejareh28,1801. -Vti .f . . Columbus, 0.
PKl?.i?LJi . "OWBED BLACK
DRKB8 SILKS, of every grade. The most select
mnueut iu hi ny, smo et noet reasonable rates.
' .-On:! - --BAIN ItBON,
-Ho, M Beath OlgbstrM
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
Connecting at Crestline with the PITTSBURGH, IT,
l WAYNE m. COI0AQ0 RAILROAD
If Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Baltimore. Alto
for Fort Wayne and Chicago,
Connecting at Clevelshd with the LAKE BIT0R1 RAIL
For Dunkirk, Bnffale), Albany, not
ion, and New York.
'TWO TRAINS DAILY,
, , EXCEPT BUNDT.
- Proln Ool'nmb'os, In connection with Trains on'the
iiiTTi.R niArni and coitjitihcis
yrsi Ai,ntA WAIIiHUAIM,
NIOHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 3:50 A. M.;
will leave passenger, at all station., .ton at Dataware
Cardlngtoo, Ollead, Gallon, end at all stations North of
Oalion, and at ail other stations upon signal, arriving at
Cleveland at 9:20 A. M., Dunkirk 4:20 P. M., Buffalo
w.va r.u., Ainany o:u a. iu., New York 121. .Boston
r. at. ....
' NEW YORK EXPRESS, La. vp. fTnliimlm. mt 1-w v
M.; will leave passengers at all stations. Oreenwlch,
Rochester, Columbia and Olmsted being Flag stations,
this train will not ston for naaaennri einant nnnn
nal. Arrive at Cleveland 8:30 P. M., Dunkirk 3 A. M.,
Buffalo 4:35 A. M , Albany 4:15 P. M., New York 9:50
At Crestline with Pittsburgh, ft. Wayne and Chicago
Railroad far Plttthiirsh lhii...ii.i. x t..,.i Z
Also for Chicago.
At oneiby.wltn Bandusky, Mansfield and Newark Ball-
..'.' ru,u'" mairoaa. aiso lor Toledo.
At Orafton. with Cleveland and Toledo Railroad for
vivuv saiiu vuitH)Us
At l1lM-Alnl Wllh Tale- OI.aU Tl . I I s
Dunkirk, Buffalo, New York and Boston.
Patent Sleeping Cars are run on all
tvTf . A WW . , .
aigai a rains to t'moago, JNew
York and Boston.
Baggage Checked Through to Xeto York and Botton
rUt Ofivelandfaleo, to Philadelphia and
Aew lorkvta OreeUine.
Night Express arrives atOolnmbus at.. .1:30 A. M.'
! Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 1:30 P.M.
Fare a Low ae by anyotber Route,
Ak for Ticket via Crcellineor Cleveland.
. S. FLINT,
Buierintendent, Cleveland, Ohio
JAMES PATTERSON, Agent,
Columbus, Nov 16, 1861.
CANADIAN & DOTTED STATES HAIL
to and mora
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
The Montreal Ocean Bteamshin Onmn'i nrttlan.
full-powered Clyde-built Btcamers sail every Sat.
nrday from PORTLAND, carrying the Canadian and
United States Mail end passengers,
NORWEGIAN, NORTH AMERICAN,
NORTH BRITON. HIBERNIAN,
Shortest, Cheapen andtlalckcat Con
vey ance iroui
AKEKICA TO ALL PARTS OF EITBOrX.
Kates ot Passage to IE rope,
$30, mo. $90.
Will sail from LIVERPOOL every Wednesday,
and from QUEBEO every Saturday, calling at
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and laud Mails and
Passengers, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
ITr'These Steamers are built of Iron. In watertight
compartments, carry each an experienced Surgeon, and
every nuemion is paid io uie comiori and accommoda
tion of passengers. As they proceed direct to LONDON-
DKKK, teejieat risk snd delay of calling at Bt. John's
Glasgow passengers are furnished with nn nassare
tickets to and from Londonderry.
Keiurn tickets granted at reduced rates.
Certificates Issued for carrying to and brinelnff out nas-
sengers from ell the principal towns of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reluced rates, by this line of steamers, and
by the WASHINGTON LINE OP BAILING PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool every week.
Sight Draft for Xi and upwards pay-
. nuiuin i-.ugiHuiireiana, Scot
land or Wales.
Por passage, apply at the Office. 93 BltUAD
WAV, New Xork, and 19 WATEH .,
, ' BABEL ft 8BARIX, General Agents,
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONG,
nolO lydscw Post Office, Columbus, Ohio.-
GUERNSEY'S BALM .
RK1TIOVES AND : PHEVKNTS I N
flammatlon and pain, and heals the worst burn,'
scald, bruise, cnt or fresh wound of any kind, prevents
swelling and pain from bee stings, mosquito bites, end
poisonous plants, neuralgia, rheumatism, egue In the
breast, salt rheum, etc. When taken Internally, It will
positively cure croup In children, end gives immediate
relief in the worst ease of this terrible complaint; also,
removes hoarseness end sore throat. Priee, 25 ceitsp
bottle, Should be In eve Ijbouse. For sals by Drug
gists and Storekeepers. , IRV1N fcTONfl, .,
Sole Proprietor, N Spruce tt .New York '
oot4d:wlyl , ,
No real justice can be done the above preparations
but by procuring and reading descriptive pamphlets.!
be found with all dealers, or will be sent by Proprietor
on demand. Formulas and Trial Bottle, sent to Phv.l
clans, who will find developments In both worthy th ilr
acceptance end approval.
Correspondence solicited from all whose necessities or
curiosity prompts to a trial of the above reliable Rome
For sale by the- usual Wholesale and retell dealer
JOHN L. HUNNEWELL, Proprleto
- I CHEMIST AND f HAIMAOIUTI6T,
No. 9 Commerelal Wnarf, Boston, Kate.
Roberts k Samuel, N. B. Marple, J. B. Cook, J. M
Denlg, G. Denis As Sons, A. J. Bchneller 4 8n. Airenta
for Columbus, Ohio. . ., , nul-Uly
Baltimore Clothing flonsc, 1
tUltDTAOTDSOtS 4ND WHOUSAU BIAUIS IN , ,
No. 308 W, Baltimore-street,
(arm sie hbirtt ur noWAin,)
A targe Asiortinent ol Piece and rnrnlihlns
Ooodt Constantly on Hand .. ' : -
' 0cl26dl - .- .
ladies' linen Pooket-Handk'fii. :'.
HEirjIHEDSTITCHED LINEN HAND
kerchiefs, very wide hems.
" Embroidered Linen Hnndk's ell prices. '
Hemmtd Btltohed and plain do, do. - : " '
d0 . ? olorea border.
u Mourning do black border
. d0, , J0 . ew style orosi stitched.
vm Pine Apple do newpattern.
' Mlssesr Plain and Hemmed HtltehM A .11 .riee..
, Comprising the most select assortment In the city end
fctot 1 No. fig South High Btreet.
BONNETS, HIBBONS TABS, AND
BU0HES, new styles, just epenri bf H
tl A II AV mmm
.prilS ' - - ' iwlv.t.lMoWi
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolli!
Through to Indlanaoolii without Change of Can,
and but On Change of Cart between ; ;
' ' Columboa and St. Lois. ''
' ' .' s -1- . ;
On and After Monday, flovoraliev
. 11, 1801. - - ;
Four Trains Daily from Columbus.
NIGHT EXPRESS, via Dayton, at 2 a m., stopping
at London, Xenta, Dayton, Middlstowa end Hamilton,
arriving et Cincinnati at 7:40 e. m.; and at Dayton at
5:05 a.m. 1 connectlngat Cincinnati for Louisville, Tin
cennes, Bt. Louis, snd ell points Southwest) arriving
atBt. Louis at 11:30 p.m.; connecting at Dayton for
Indianapolis, Lafayette, Terre BautavOhlcage, and all
pnm wan) irmving at inaianapoos at 10:40 a. m.
ACCOMMODATION at 520 a.-m., stopping at all sta
tion, hncwuen Onlnmhn. Oln.t.n.ll ..J Yi . .
rl'lnf at Cincinnati at 10:23 a. m., and at Dsyton et
H:33 m.. m , m,nfll . nu.i .1 i.k vr . 11 1
" '. . VIUVIUU.,1 Willi 0. .11 uui
BlMmlu.l.f..t...l..lil. 1 . 1 . . T . .
- iu, wvnia,,ii. iuu mv Mwywa ior inaiuiap
Alt. . V. 11. . .
viw wh viio no.,.
EXPRESS at 1:55 n. m.. atoDnlnr at Jaffennn. T.nn.
don, Charleston, Xenia, Corwln, Morrow, Bo. Lebanon,
Foster's, Loveland end MUford, arriving at Cincinnati
at 0:45 p. m,, at Dayton at 5 p. m. j connecting at Oin
with the Ohio and Misslsslonl Train for Loninill.. vin.
cennes,, Bt. Louis, etc, etc., arriving at Bt. Louis at
lu.ia a. m., connecting at uayton for Indianapolis, La-
ajeiie, jrrre iiauw, vinicago ana ail points west.
MAIL at 4 p. m , stopping at all stations between
Oolumbosand Cincinnati; arriving at Cincinnati at 9:85
p. m. ,
Uj For further Information and Through Tickets,
ppiy. w ok. ui vviiB.ni it xicie.Ageni. union nepot,
P. W. 8TRADER,
General Ticket Agent, Cincinnati.
. , E. W. WOODWARD,
Columbus. Nov. 10, 1861.
The Beat Artificial nelp to the
Human Sight ever invented.
JOSEPH S. PEBXEY,
PRACTICAL & SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN,
KEEPS THE LARGEST ASSORT,
men t of tha most Improved kinds of Spectacles.
All his Glasses, whether for near or far-sighted, are
ground In concavo convex form with the greatest care,
so a to suit the Eyes of all cases, curing Weakness
Diisiness er Inflammation of the Eyes, and Imparling
strength for long reading or fine sewing.
Office, 13 East State atreet, at Seltzer h Webster's
AKIN & EMERY,
163 SOUTH niGII STREET,
llare a Full and Complete Assortment of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
StovCa tdts Qratcs,
TIN AflD COPPEft WARE,
Of tltnott every kind,
Elegant Chamber Sets,
SPICE AND SEED BOXES,
Tin Toys, and Articles in that Line,
For Little People.
Knives and Forks. Spoons, Tubs,
Buckets, Shovels and Tongs,
Coal Hods, etc.
For the Larger Ones.
We would call your further attention to the fact that we
are SOLE AGENTS for the sale of Ih
STEWART COOK STOVE,
Which Is, In all respeots, clearly the "AUTOCRAT OF
THE KITOHRN." having no equal In the completeness
of Its performance and economy ot fuel. The clearest
testimony f It superiority Is the hot that manufac
turers and dealers ar constantly Imitating It, coming as
near Use possible In EXTERNAL APPEARANCE.
Call and examine our stock. It is no trouble to show
our goods. ..i
AKIN & EMERY.
Foreign and Domestio Liquors,
Fruits, etc etc.,
HAS REMOVED BIS STORE FROM
NO. 34, NORTH HIGH STREET,
, No. 106, South High Street,
The old stand recently occupied byWM. McDONALD
He Is In dally receipt of
NEW AND FRESH COODS
:;;WWou he will sell ' ...''?.,:. ':
Cheap for Caen or Conntry Frodnce,
JET floods delivered to City trade free of eharge.QI
lylii a: . .
: 1 COLUMBUS, OHIO)
And Seed Store, .
HAILS, GLASS, BASH, PUTTY, CORDAGE,
.1 m..i. H7..J A. L. M
wMnv, ri.ii., w ...a wiuvw ware,
atherand Rubber Belting, leoe Leather, Hose and
Qents' Linen Shirt Collars,.- -
rV SrPEBIOR OUALITT.IN OlM
Vy BOTE, Bunding, Byron, Perslgnay, Renfrew and
other new shapes. Hemmed Pocket Handkemhiefa. Ha
Ties, Stocks, Street and Evening Gloves, Half Hon of
every kind, Under Garments and all kinds of Gents' Fur
nlshlng Goods In (real variety and at moderate prices.
. , BAIN As SON,
- febtt : '. No. (9 South High street.
.,.., , tBBm.
Dally, per year. . ,.
TrIWsekly, per ?rmr ...... ...,,
Weekly, per yeai
. s oe
Coogrew will meet on Monday neit. What
otoi else maj be done, we hope that the Presl
dent will enunolate dlaUnctlj and nneqai vocally,
the toUeyof tj,e G0Ternmen, p()ll Ha slave
r; Lincoln is rreeiaent, now, and
whatever m sglyinge he may have had leet year
PianlueA tiles B . ...
vivvmuy nun pnop to his inausnra
tion, In regard to the nronrM nf a rtrkol a tna
Hon o( his sentimenta on thn aUvnr. ni,.iinn
such doubts need not be cntertninAiT nn.
H Ii President, and he Can BAt nf ilafl.ii..
.11 ... "
mo AQoiiuonists or the country If be will
only be trne to the Constitution and the Lawe.
oomo Declaration irom f resident Lincoln is
the more imnortant how. hen.n.o hi.
-OI r- '.. . . . -".uiuil
uuioers, iorKeiiut or tneirpoeitionB, and lookinE
only to future political elevation, have asserted
directly opposite sentiment on this question, as
in tne case ot mr. uameron of the War Depart
ment. and Mr. Smith of thn TntArin. n.n..,.
ment. . The Generals In command of various
divisions of the army have also eierclsed the
privilege of patting forth their dogmts on the
slavery Issue, and they are as wide apart aa
f.a m.... ...I O 1.1. f . 1
" uu omivo. uno would put arms In
the hands of the negro to assassinate his maa
ter and bis master's family for It all leads to
that and the other would protect tho owner of
eiave. m an me constitutional rights. Mr.
Cameron represents the Abolition school of pol
iticians, wno do not want to see the Union
avea unless it can be done at the expense of
m o i i. P'ope-tJ in slaves; and
..... im ivl-ukuizcb tue ngnt ol property In
slaves, and wonld do nothing t.n t lorliitA esrstlt
that right under the Constitution and tho laws,
a up upmiuns oi men at toe head of tbo various
divisions of the army are not less variant or re
marktble. One thing Is certain now unless the Presi
dent of the United State, in hi. .,.n,..t
sage, shall deolare big exact position ooTne
slavery question-unless he lave dowd a chart
by which his Ministers ace to be guided here
after, or have their mouths sealed, there will
oi niscora an over the country, ol
wbioh no American has ever yet seen a parallel.
We have now to deal with stern realities; and
Missourians, Kentnckiane, Marylandere and
Delawarians, have a mio-httr ainka nn k. ...
suit. . The President Csn In A. rlnvon !!. mi
this question at rest, and we hope ho will do It.
Ihe message is the rt t.cn for it l.t m. t in
coHn declare that slave property shall be pro
tected, except in oases where it is palpably for
felted to the United States, by the disloyalty of
citizens, and every owner of this description of
property will be auieted. Ie la tm th.t
such declaration wae made by the President.
wo is iu nean oi tne uovernmeot, and respon
sible for the acts of the Cabinet officers: If he
will put himself riitht on tha record
question, and leave bis back door and interested
adviisers alone, there will be such a revulsion of
feeling 0 this country North and South, East
and West as never was known hafn.
shall then have the declaration of the President,
and not of single members of his Cabinet, not
accidental commanders of divisions of the
army, and the responsibility will rest where it
belongs, on the President himself.-Sf Iui
Cost of War.
It mi, hn nf InlnrAn, ,1.:. .
j - 1 v.u., u. tuts, munwi, to
slate the eoat of the war in the Crimea, in or
der to show that our own expenditure is by no
uionun gruat as Borne persons represent.
,oe virtually commenced on July 3,
1853, by the late Czar's sending an army across
the Pruth, to occupy tho Principalities of Wal
laohia and Moldavia. But it was not until
February, 1854, that the Allied Powers actual
ly commenced hostilities these Powers being
ranee and England Though Prussia main
tained an armed neutrality, Austria, declining
to take an aolive part in the strife, materially
injured the Russians, by occupying Wallachia
uu muiuavia, wnion inrer the war out of
i uraev ana into the Black San nnd tha n.lmu
Sardinia did not ioin tha alii
sia, nntil January, 1855, snd Victor Emmanuel's
taking that decided stroke was Cavour's master-stroke.
Which elevated Sardinia In thn .nali.
of nations, and paved the way for the establish
ment of the present Kingdom of Italy. The
war was ended in December. lRSKs..;
cupied about two years .
Before mentioning the coat, it is necessary to
draw attention to one important fact. The
five Powers engaged in the war entered into it
with Urge armies, considerable naval force,
and all the Instruments and munitions of war.
Moreover, their force, military and naval, was
not improvised, as ours had to be, to an Immense
extent. Their soldiers and
disciplined, and thoroughly masters of the art
l Wnt' Di Bma" Praotioe m0,8 especially
. .iu.u.iu auui ana me rrenca in Algiers.
On our side, this niesent national contest found
unprepared. Our naval force was scattered
all over the world, and, even if colleoted, was
far Inferior to the exigency of the occasion,
and our regular militarj force consisted of onlv
luuunuu uiauipiinea men. moreover,
the European combatants were nnt nni in.
structed and seasoned men, but there was no
outlay on aocount of the war for clothing, Are-
B1UUO, UUIDVOi Mill Bll IDA OtnilP tnnnitiAna vf
war. But In this tountrv we have had to nr.tJ
vast army ot lour hundred thousand men, and
not onlj to drill and dlsoipllne, but to clothe, to
arm, and, when necessary, to mount them. All
this, when the Russian War commenoed, the
European powers who fought had already cared
for, as part of their nsual provision and expend
iture. W have had to emend
tain what Is part of the general system in all
European countries. The whnl. n.n n.,.H
,nAthDe C'imea-by Russia, France, England
and Sardiniadoes not numerically equal one
half of the force now nnder arms on the Union
side In the United States.
Austria, though not takino- arranllva n.-t In
the war with Russia, expended $130,000,000.
Ammo umuureeu, aurmg toe two years of the
Contest, 1200.000,000. Sardinia, innlnri-ln. th.
loans irom fcngland, France and the Bank cf
unn, paid at least S3U ullll IHill Th..nm .i
50,000.000 was granted by the British Parlia
ment for the war expenses, but the amount
spent was at least $200,000,000. The dlffer-
Z$ tw or "e'lnsny borrowed some $40.
000.000 to increase their mllitarv fn, a,,..
ait cannot have expended lees than $400,000,000
uu toe war. one lost ber army hod fleet,
and was terribly reduced in her finances by the
Herethen. Is a total ol 41 nonnnnnnn in.
tha cost of tba Russian War of 1854-55
This, ba It noted, was expended simply in car
rying on the tear. If each belligerent had been
compelled to create a vast army as we have done
to clothe,' arm. mount, and diselnlin thm
tha cost would have been at least thrice what
Navigation between the Lakes and
It is now certain that a dlreot and reliable
water communication between the great lakes
and toe Mississippi River la an object of tha
most vital importance, r erhaps this object can
be beet achieved by the completion of the work
already nearly finished, via the Wisconsin and
ros ittvera into ureen Bay. This nndoubt
eaiy is toe easiest, the cheapest, and the
quickest way to accomplish this most deeira
ableend. " " ' -
The Fox River, emptying into Green Bay, ie
navigable by means of permanent alack water
navigation ana iocks, forty by one hundred and
sixty feet, already completed, one hundred end
thirty miles southwesterly. At this point, Fort
Winnebago, it approaches within one mile and
a half of tha Wisconsin- River; from thence
seventy miles to the MIssisslDDi. -At Fort Win-
nebago a ship canal, already built, eonneota the
two waters, and' steamboats are now running
regularly between tbia noint and Green Bat.
Several steamboats have passed from Green
Bay into the Mississippi River and vice versa,
but (he communication Is not of a reliable char-
uwrowint; to obstructions In tha Wiacontin
j i "" vwiiuiiuras at not or lorml
dable character hot more than $100,000 wonld
' required io remove tbem.
This Important work has been ander process
or eonttruotlon for tha l..t
panv chartered b tha flt.t. at. ivuwn..i .u
ed by a grant of soma six bnndred thousand
aores Of land from tha ni.l nn.. .
l be company has expended aboat one million of
uuiiars ton tar. but thn ara an
A I. "... Kx-
n i. u uouDtiui ii wey will avereom
piete the work; and thus this great eaterprlse,
bo near to a successful termination, Is allowed
to fail of Its proper fruits for want of a little
muaev ana enterprise.
This improvement oould ba finished .all. In
one year; and It is only second In importance to
K aft swaaa nil l a m a. . . .
b'"u,u nai, ior it would be to tba
great lakes what tha Erie Is to the Hudson rlv
er the cheapest possible route to the vast
country orainea by tbe Upper JrlsiisslppU and
river auu tneir innumerable tributa
Men of oapiul and enterprise cannot do bet
ter than to look into thi. .iiMam .. i, i.
. 1 . Ill
bie tbe entire work could be sot nossesaion of for
comparatively a very small sum, and for tba
proms on tho Investment It is only neoessary to
glance at lha man and think nf th. miohi. nM.
ducts oi tbe region to comprehend bow vast they
A Rural Colonel from
New York—How the Peter Funks
Took him in—Who is he?
[From Correspondence of the Boston Journal.]
NEW YORK, Nov. 18.
Some time since a rural Colonnl frnm tha
west Came to New York to m.kn tiniMh
tie was met tbe next dav by a gea'loman who
causa mm by name knew him wall
cnarmed with tbe fervor of his Western elo
quence with the force of bis oratory with bis
uuiaiieriog patriotism; to all or which tbe
Western orator bowed in the lowest humility,
avowed his sense of uowortbioeei,1!s inability
to enlighten a New York audience; but ex
pressed a warm appreciation of the manner in
which the people listened to his poor remarks.
A fellow leellnsr was at ones created, and ftnnfl.
dence, that plant of slow growth, seemed to
come forth as by a miracle. The pair reached
store on Broadway, the ownership of which
the new acquaintance of tbe Colonel avowed.
just popped into tbe mind of the Colonel that
he bad a lovely daushter at home, fair a
prairie rosebud, which was soon to bloom In a
conservatory of a waiting swain, who held In
ui. impatience io maxe tne lair nower bis own
till the Colonel should come from New York.
Now this' daughter needed a gold watch, and be
proposed to buy one. The new Irlend of tbo
Colonel allowed that ha kept watches in his es
tablishment; but bad none that were worthy of
the attention of the Histlmmishcd ffantlpman
and his fair daughter. He had some, it waa
true, but as they coold be sold for tha paltry
sum of $125 is $300, It was not worth while to
look at tbem. And, moreover, the citv of New
York was a bad place for etraneerni men trot
cheated every day, and he would do well to
looKenarp at all men who wanted to sell him
anitbing, and be especially careful of the com
pany he got into. For ll this be was pro
foundly grateful, and insisted on eofne into tha
store and taking a look at tbe jewelry, as be
new a tning or two, and tbe man would rise
early in the morning who got tbe better of
blm. Now let me say to the reader that this
friend of tbe Colonel was one 'of the sharpest
Funks in New Yoik, and his store tha
headquarters of mock auctions 8j la the man
went. An elegant watch was shown the Colo
nel, one of great value, worth $130, and cheap
that. So a bargain was struck, and bad tba
Colonel gone on his wav. all would have been
well. But at this moment two men oame in
one a customer and the other a "down tow
jeweler." The jeweler opened the business
His friend, he said, was about to buy a watch
for $200, and like a wise man as be waa.
would not purchase nntil soma one that
knew all about watches bad passed judgment
ii. do tne watcn was banded out, exam
ined and found to be all right. A new thought
came over the Colonel. He would have his
purchase examined. Would the jeweler be kind
enough to look at his watch? He would and
when tbe back of the seller was turned, he said
a whisper, don't take it. But tbe money had
been paid The jeweler knew bow to manage
that. The whole stock was examined, and onlv
one found that would suit. That bung by Itself
a black velvet case. That could not be had.
bad been sold to a man who wasto"oall for it
two, precisely." It was a watch of Pare value,
and could not be had at all, and if it could It
was Invoiced at $200. But that particular
watch tbo Colonel resolved to have. The par
ties all waited till the City Hall alarm bell rung
out the hour of two, when the Colonel demand,
the watch. The jeweler seconded tbe call.
Tbe seller waa in doubt; hia conscience was
tender; he wanted to do tbe fair thins?: but con
cluded to hand the watch over, and the addi
tional $50 was paid. Tbe watch waa hardly in
tbe pocket of tbe buyer, before, panting with
heat and baste, the man for whom tbe watch
waa kept- came running in he had been
detained by the omnibus and demanded bis
watcn. Ureal waa bis indignation when he
found it was too late. The watch was his; be
would have it; It was two till it was three; he
would give five d jllars, ten, fifteen. But the
Colonel would not yield; he did not trade in
watches; he had bought one, it suited him, and
$50 was no object. A quarrel followed; glass
was broken; noses bled; the Toombs loomed
before the Colonel, and to keep the watch
and make all rquare $50 more was paid, and he
departed. Of course the reader knows- that
tbe jeweler and bis friend, and tha panting
man running in too late to carry off bis watch,
were all bogus, and parts of the estiblishmeot
carry on the Peter Funk business. On arriv
ing at bis hotel the $200 watch waa found to be
brass. The police Fere called 'in, bat tho jew
eler had given np trade and tbe store waa clos
ed. He could get no relief. Ha conoluded to
shake the dust of Gotham off hia feet and go
home. Io a frame of mind not exactly Christ
ian he took his seat in the oar left it a mo
ment to go out; came back, found an occupant
his seat, ordered the interloper out; as the
cars were crowded the new comer coold not see
' Viewing all men as oonsplrators, ho took
the law into bis own hands gave the Intruder
beating, was arrested, locked np in the
Toombj, and left for home, after paving In all
$!000, with the fixed resolution that when the
1 party needed a speaker ha Bhould not
come on to flew York to make tbe oration
Machine Manafactnring Compaaj,
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
, ! Castings, KiU-fisarlng, Xaehlnary.
. ALSO, ... .
n iljtroaca. "Worts.
: OF EVERT DBWIiFTIOIf.
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CHAS.AMPOB, goat. r. AMBOS, Tress.
deoll. IhiB-tf , . . i . - .
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IUU S Case No. I Government Nntsseg.
S Frails Cloves.
10 boxes Citron.' 7
30 boxes MR Raisins. ,
' SS " layer do. ' .
- 100 drams Figs,
8 casks Zante Currants, etc. etc.
In store tor sale by ;
1 Wir. H. BESTIEATJX,
evll ' J.' , ' 100 (oath High Btreet.
Innriably la Adranec.)
JUST RECEIVED BY
iVo. 30 North High Btreet,
das ot tha Largest and Beat elaatad aeeett
; ,f .v ' of ; -' '
, . j EVER OFFERED IN THIS OITTI
House Builders' Fsrnishings
; OF EVERT BTTIiB AND ftOAtlTT.
t rear American " '
PAINTS) GROUND IN O'L,
tad pal ap la half pound can for family nss.aod Diy
, Paints In balk .
lirushes of every variety & quality.
A Splendid Assortment of
AXES GRINDSTONES, fee
GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, Ac
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER. .
EDGE8, MAULS, PUMPS,
SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS .
Pablo and Pocket Cutlery,
I svpeelally Inrlts th attention of all Interested to mt
nock cf Pocket and TaMe Cutlery, and
' MILVEK PLATED FOKKN,
fable, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives, &c.f
ttOCKKRa BEO'B. Manufacture, warranted to l '
ntraheavy, Electro-Plated, on genuine Albatt.
Country Merchants, Mechanics, and others, are Invited
call and examine my Stock, a I am prepared to sell
nolesale and Retail. Wn A. CULL
Oolambos. Ohio, May 8. 1RG0
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
manufacturer of all kinds of Por
table and Ntatlonary Mteasn En
gines, saw mill, urist IT11II.
IASI& BODLKi Beaten! B. A . BLAXJ)YBeatenl
J.ttJ. B. DCTALL Beaten 111 COlUlfBVF
ifACBWS CO. Beatemlllt BRADIOBP
A CO. Beaten! I III
Our Portable Kurins and Saw Hill
Was awarded the first premium of 950 at the Iudlau
State Fair for IaS0 over Lane Ac Bodley'. on acconnt ol
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior character of lumber sawed.
Our Stationary Engme was awarded at th same Fall
first premium of tO0.
Onr Portable Engine waa awarded the first premium or
S100 at th Fair at Memphis, Tenn., over Blandy's Du
vall's, Columbus Machine Go's., and Bradford st Go's
a committee of practical Rllroad Engineers. -
or price ana terms address
WlLl, ARD WARNER, Treasurer, i
clec3-dwlyeohj. Newark, Ohkt
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, : AND A SURE CURB FOB - f '
All Mercurial Diseases.
It Is a oonvenlently arranged Band, eontalnlm a medV '
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Injury to th most delicate persons; no change In habits
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days, and we ar constantly receiving testimonial of it '
afflcacy In aggravated ease of long standing. .
Paic x,uo. to be had of Draggiats generally, or can
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N. i.Deaorlptlre Circulars Sent Free.
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IO Aroata Wanted Everyvwbero. '
NEW IIOVP1KIIIT, ,
. ' ' Ro. W.8ODT0 Bian STREET.
Bavs last received a new make of HOOP SKIRTS
tnlshed in s manner tar superior to any yet tntroduosd
ntIARII.ITY AND ORACRFlll.NPAq. - in
GENTLEfllKN'S) , f VBNISHINA , ,
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