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; FEBRUARY; 28.' 1861:: ;
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tar, OSm Km. 38, S$ nd 40, Varth Bigk Iti
By die CMrieir; pr wek, Utf wnti.
crttt m(
Advertliln th 8r.
o KUAie 1 ycki . . . tO 00
One- Omotilb) W OS
Jn- nun U11 15 W
ne " -Jooatha 10 00
Jne i t! ubfittu H 00
One" " -1 month: (S OU
One iqai I wwXf M w
On " WHki.. I 00
on !. in
One . " S4y... 1 DO
One '' " yi". M
On, lluertlo M
Dlir1yi MvertlnmMti.Wl npre Ihrt h ebon
. Ml ,H.tcMrequlroctol)pnblihedbyU,iellei.
If nrftsrfU m th(nW exoltttlmly after theftratWMk
t rent, nnre ihta the ebwr ntw bat U (net wil
tpiMar in tee i n- w ""'
Keilneai CnU, not eicwxllng lite Unei, peryeu, In
rl'le, ti 50 tier lint; onttlde I
fl tier line; onuiae , ,.
Notices of meeting!, chulUbitf eeieBM.nn impi
fcc, half prlre. ' "' ""' il
ro()rf advrtiunmt tMut M poidtr W
4 it(n lb rule wlU.not be Trle4 ' - -
(.kly,nme prioeei the Dally, where the lArerujet
re twtb ated, then the charge Imt the Weekly will e
e .if the ntci of the Dally j . i
Ho ailvertlwment taken except for definite period. ,
Corner Spring Water State ;
OolxxxrxlDTXo . OHIO..
W. "B. P0TT3 Sct' 00,
And Menuhetnrere of Bran and Oompoeltloo OatUnge,
liDlihtd Bran Work of all DesorlpOoM. i ,
Electro Plating ; and (GildiBg!!
TeblTlMly ' '"" " '
F. A. fl.. SL&I1LLN3,
Attomo3r :ut Xieitr
OSlce Amo i KnildlDf, oppoelU Oapltol Square.
, . , - . OOIiUMBPIiOHIO.;
c;OIjiXJ13aCTJ'Crc .-J "
Llathine c!afluiactarin?Corapaay
f r1
iMtl&ik, Kill Coarlng, Hashliierw.
' 'or kTur utscumo'M.".
. . coixainus uuiu.
0HA8. AMBOa, gup'l - ... P. AMBOB.jTreaj.
eell. 1858-tf ' " ' ' '
a i)0 oo oo jo u.o.i B oSjlg5ty ,-: o ,
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
Fot Cincinnati, Dayton & Indi&napolU!
Through to IndionaooliB withoat Cliango of Ctrl
- od bat Om Changs of Can between
. ... i :. CotanbM and Si. Loola. .., . i
, I . BUS. , -
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. ' ' (Dully, MondaTiexccpteaM '. ''
NKJHT EXPRESS, ta Dayton, at 9:t5 a. B.,etop
DbM at London, Xeaia, Dayton, Ulddletowa and Bamli
tonV arrlTlni at Olnclnnatl at ft a. I Bayto. atj:
a.m.,lDflianopoUa 10 8 a- m.; Bt. LouUet 11:50
ACCOMMODATION, at 6:10 a. m., Hopping at all BU
tloat between Oolumbnt and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
rtrtnf at Cincinnati 11:03 a. m., Dayton at 8: 15 a. a.,
lniUnopoU,,,S;TfilRb TRAIN.
DAT EIPBE8B,at S:30p. m., stopping at Alton,
Jefferson, London, Charleston, Oedarvllle,Xento,
Spring Valley, Corwta. Morrow, Deerfield, fjeter's.
LomlMid, Millfordana Plalnrtlle, arrlTlng at Olnela.
nati at 7:20 p. Bt. tooti at H m; Dayton at 5 35 p.
m.: Indlanopolli at 10:38 p.m. '
Slseplns: Oars en all NtsrhS Trains t
itailinal etna Inianpe)lle.
for ftirtherltforoaUon and TJJ0hi;Y'',,l' to
Ttet'ft A tent, Union Dfpot, Oolumbue,
fis. !.-'. . , i i Bniierlntendent, OlnelnnafeV
JnlS- ' ' ' Agent, Oolnmtins,
:: ; 'J.: . iahcies. -v
8hrUleiMyoUforyour IlPflBAND ,.
Sack as yen ! for your Will ' .'..
BnchasarepfoperforyourDAUflHTKIl. " ''
lues as tour BtBTtV will jrnse J for. ' . ". !
Enok m yoar BK0TBE3 ene t "
ash as yoa SMMit far "COB OBI YOTJ WTI BIST.'
gachaswlllbe owxffortlWBLIBSID BABT." -RBh
aa all teat for. '1 , t-; ' '
May be found 111 Variety, fa ay 6ew stock of .
,-., . , Fl-ATED GOODS, ,
And general aawrtnuntef : .'
Faney and XTisful Articles, .
. ! WM.: BLYNN,i A
, ,i j. f,:-'T...; v no, io Backer Bleck
Derember, I860
Just Reeeivedl
..x n. tin ettEEN and BLACK
lUU XEAS.100 bag, prime Elo Oonee. . , t.
180 poekeu (rllDntoh Oovemment Java ; j
Onbbte. sandard WWte .onrs. eonsletlnf of Pow.
- a red. Obrnihed. Granulated A and B Coffee.
J qslniale Oeorge Bmk Oodflih.
SObble. lien and tie. 1 Mackerel. .
; S tea. Pick Balmon. .
10O bx. Layer Aalilns....
sow. -bo as do U i .
flA.a tuo Am. : elA 1
.iifr.wMt lMffirla TtiAe4
JS'T " " 7 WM? McDOWAtP.
IX ,11, POWEIUj eft BUO
DtattM lit iMrqsTCD and DoMseng
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No. 1 1 East Stats StrMs,lieATfieB,iri!hBa
the roflt-OtUce.UOtumuu. v' . - ocw:auai
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1ST in WFT TjAKK ft
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... . . . a -...i, BsttUhAtlnn VIlAILMeia.
ttvr Ml oIf at -,
' 108 South High street.
, Hnliflkvi Presents;
J CHIM gf ES, AASS SIUtt. sad ell
I ot BUMoaable - " ' if
wintar XJrs GrooOav
. -m. mmm aWftfTtHna'at efekwet Ia BtVaVsr.
eSl. ' ' A - H.BoattHignttmt.
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iBtEMlUMSi::lFOK, ,..CIiUl?S;!
,111 I f
;v. j 'i.' ; .''i -AT' THE LOW RATE Ofr ; '
! .... ... .2i PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
ji. '.i.i. n ie n pid and reliable Demoomtie Journal, ond, a politiool paper, Ium: t'i. i '
Kb Superior in Ohio or any otlicr State!
j a addition io ite political eibaraoter, it li a first olats newirApeKAirafshiDg iu'readen with the
An epitome of the ttirriog erente oonitantl oeouniDg at home and abroad, and ehoioe miecol
i,( ,, laneoua aeleollona. It also gives he latest and most reliabla. . . . , . , .' , , ;
j . From all the prinoipal marts of Trade and Commerce. -.,'
'The Business Man, the Mechanic; the Farmer and the Laborer.
! ' , ' Will each ind their tastes and interests oonlolted an4 attended to in the oolumnt of "v ', '(
T EC 311 . "VC 3D 33 3X IiTTi ' 0 W J. T 33 O ZkC jSLOKT.
Daring the session of Congress and the Ohio legislature, the readers of the WmT ,&Mt
i will be furnished with a ooneiae report of the dobgs of eaoh of those bodies. , . - 7;
Durins the Dut vear. the ciroulatlon of the
being now more than double what it was twelve months ago. ; It is our desire to extend its cir-.
oulaUon, not oniy in Ohio, ' ' .,:i- ..(, .", .,. t t.:r.-. ... -in';'.-. r.u
' But in all the States and Territories Test of Us! ;
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In proportion as it ia diffused among the people, its usefulness will be Inereeeedf nd we invite
, our politieal and personal friends to aid us in giving to the Wxcxit Statssmii 1 -
The Largest Possible: Circulation
Among the people. The prioe of the paper is so low that no Democrat need be without It" As
an induoement to friends to aid us in increasing the circulation of the Wixnr Statmma, ;we( '
!To the person who will, by. the lst.'dayof; January, 1861, send ne the largest Club of yearly
subaoribere, with the cash lor the same; TWENTY DOLLARS to the person who sende us the
second largest Club of eubsoribere aa aforesaid; TEN DOLLARS to the person Who sende as
; the third largest Club of subscribers as aforesaid; and to-each person who sends ne a' Club of
i . ten yearly subscribers, with the cash for the same, we will send a eopy of the) '
IWeeMy Statesniaii One lYeai without
I . JET Those who are willing to compete for the Premiums, or solicit subscribers for the States-:
1 man, ean eat this Prospeetus out of the paper and attach to it a strip of writing paper, on. which
j to record the names of all persons who may become subscribers. ,V;, . a ,t ,. ..y"
, :.,;, r..if.o-: -,-T-t - MAKTPENNY-t MILLER,! '
i ciiiy
Wkksxy StarsvA! has inereased rery rapidly,!
f.i A..
rtreusatxtk omo btitmmas.
No. 4 Qwvnne Block.
1KB GOODS, and Invito the pnbllo to Inipeet
them. ' No such stock of Goods has ever been brought to
this market. The South, In oonseqnence of the failure
of the grain erop, has not been able to purehaee the ne
nalquantlty of rich goods, and this tWt has forced the
Importers to sen man at pudiio ewi.iuu. vu. m
(Mr. Stone) being In New fork at Ihees large sales, took
advantage of them, and we ean and will eell our goods
here, at lees than any one who purchased two weeks since,
paid for them In New fork. Our stock Is complete in
every department of -,, .
OTTOMAN VELCURSr t , , t , ,,,,,
BUCK ALPACAS, , .. ,,. .
r,; ;; ,vi . delaines,
JFive' Thsand Dollars Worth"
Bought in, One-Day, ;
At one half the Cast ef Impaitatlom.
la all Tarletlos, at ttas ceieoraiea
mannfatare) mt C o. onn ..
Ihers & Son.
Hen's. tadles and Children's TInaerlhlrUand prawewi
Ladles. Mleees and Children's Hosiery of all kinds, in
Wwland Lamb's Weell f leeoy Used an CottonQloves
of ewer stake. , . , i,; .. , "
A complete aasortment of ail tho usual varie
ties of ' .:,;; . .
LADIES' CLOTHS, .i .-. :" .n
, .. , .. . ri .1. l mTWEEDS,
FLANNELS, ,. ,. ; '" V :'
kihkiins. i.i.,ii . if i
; u, m. i DRE33. TRIMMINGS,
Ladies ue&Va lineaCamlt'o Band-
kerchiefs, An., oco. ; :.
rha mml am' HI. 9 nlSse' OUT Words tl
Ikraeit. brst and chotpest stock of Ooedi
erer eeA, In iMe auuket, er nay teem en dtllu per
hour while look ng. , ,j ..; ,f k -
deeualietawitw.' I , iniinwin
Oa.il EN 1 A HIHTJrj . H,
en..HrB nf these ahlrte are new. The Bodies, Yokes,
sleeves end boeeme ere fefaaed to at the pereea with sue
mA anairnrt. The man npoB eeoa.Be oenanufiM ui.
sine may be relied en as bains oorreet. and eachehUt
!.74rZ7 wall made. A full Stock of all qualities
iooetantl, for sale at - lt
man "
, Watches a4i Jewelry,;
es. Clocks, Jewslrysllvemre, tekpV eonttapt
y on band at
tli. TO, Sowtn Blgh Street, Oolambes, 0.
drce-daia. i
1?AiiC !-" la.KSf. ' t"
J lAHOt DBltl SILKS, s
, ... , 'i FABOX Bbo iuttw, -:- tr -wr.
x AA immMii etook ot ri(TT .press
Bilk at prices lea than ever before orTered ta toh elty.
Jhe attention of the Udlee of this city an vlcmlty
solicited, enrttoek is very ssleet and I eopplete Jn
grade, of good In this line. . t,,Jiti
noe. -1 Wo. W Sonth High street
tile, u.ii'.l Pnrneill.'l .
Tama, from "Bonded Warthouee " 'r 'I.,,
10a Sentb-HigB itteetJ
a S.TIuiilt; tc riir tlii.aCB rUIT'l
et elegant quauuee rot iiaiUet; else, muaee- r
great variety
swell .v; i aoi a
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nousa, ?
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Nos. 36, 3$ & 40, North h St.
; ; . j;. have,
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with ...-:..'ir.v,'i
New Types, Borders, ' Ornamcnta; ; ,&c
from ran celmratid ioundby 01
Kost Complete
;.' ;.' I1T THE CITY,,
:J I., ii.il:
I am now prepared to Execute all Orders for
Ani La the XosUpprovad Styleof the Art.
Bill liadlnsr, Circulars, " "
Bill Ilende, BlanKS, IMSelS,
Certificates. , Heeetpta,
pray Xtettete, i; Hogtetera
.1 casus,
.. . HEADDiaS,
VAVa ...
IUnstrated 8 how D ills,
Show Bills,1 Hani Bins,', labels, Conoert Pro
grammes, school ana couege sesames, Ho
tel Bills of rareInvltetlong, ac. j:;,
Bchoel and College Catalogues, : rt . i I,
' i mseallaneoua ramnueta.' ' --i.
-.: Conatitntlons, Xepcrta, Sriom,et
Printing: la Golc- aud Colors
I O JE1 Tt
; , l ; ! rtutea u Ayery Coin es a w
nammothflop Cylinder,
' ' the only rresi of the Hud In Central Chl.'
! Mr fadlltlei fv dotal any and an of the aboe dteer'n.
Uonsof work, are new ensnrnaesed. and saUitacUonf
beirnteeilnsUoaees. -
x Ail work funrisbed tremptly hr the time gmwhot,
t.. ,..i : suvaajw Jtt.
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. tri Weekly, per nar.
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RAILROADS. Behind the Mask.
' ItwMSnoWdUtorted'faeei '''
An naonth'efelem rengh end Wild:
t 1 In
Yet from behlndl.wl laughing graoe,'. tr. . : s
.... Jesptd lbs frfls beauty, ?f sftil.,., ., ,
' 'Amlseoontrstrfn reh-rfftd bright1, ln.;' ',
'. "Itrntdemeormrfaaoysak,.' ..('4
If half earth's Wtlnkleesrlmnessalght. ! '
,io , j ."W..baliw lathe msekj,, . , , ; ,, 4
''Behind grkynalivtna'frlrrowed brow, '
i ; I' And vltherea look that HI wilts on.
ML"j cli,akewer Keoaw too
f,:, v. Uowehlhldeai aetiione.
,"- for, while Aetoexerey-sti ;l 1 - L
. lb "i To sadden maMresStbttrmoaM, : " "
-. i, .. Beneath the work of time and teara-' i.
i ,, .Walt, something that will not grow old! ,j
' "" ' Andrlalh snlpetnlanoestid oire1, 1 .' 11
And wauled hupwaed slnrol stalo, .
. Bhaps the strange rnlse the sonl doth wear, i.
Tilt her young llU look forth again.
Ike beaaty of his boyhood's smtls
Wbai baaan Ailih eeald find It now,
, ' la yonder man dfrrtef end guile,
A very Cajo, wlil branded brew
Yet. OTsrlaM intfnid'den, still
It lln,erai-of hie lire a part;
As tteecsthed pine upon the bill vti,', j
Holds i be youbg fiber, at Its heart..
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uv. And, haply, round the Iternal Throne,
.Heeeea's pitying augels ihell not ak
for that l.s look the world hath known,
. But fer taofaoe behind the meek! :
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Artemus Ward Among the Shakers—His "Yaying"
Experience with Two Pretty Shakeresses.
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Artemus Ward, In this,'week's ytUy fir,
gives some H his experiences among the Sha
kers: .":.!, . j. i, !. '...i ,
I sot down to the table, sod the female ia
the meal-bag poured out some tea. She sed
nothing, and lor Are minite the only Rve thing
in that room was a old wooden clock, whtoh
tlot in asnbdood and basbfat manner ia the tor
oer. This dethl; stillness made me dueasv, wnd
I determined to talk to the female or butt.
$9 sex I, "marriage Is agin your rules, 1 bleevs,
saarat" ':! ; -
"The'sexee llv strlckli apart, I gpect7, ' '"
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! "It's kinder slbglar" set I, puttlln on my most
sweetest look snf epeakln in a wlnnln voice,
"that so fair a made as thow never got bitohed
to- some likely feller." N. B She eras npward
of forty, and homely aa a stdmp fence, bat I
thetrllMtlckUherl ' r' -
: "I don't like men,'' she sed, very short. , ' f
"rVall.Idnnno," ss I, "they're a rayth'er
important part of the - ropulaehuA. ' I don't
scaoely see howLwe ooold git alontf ttitbout
'em." ' ." ' ' - ; .-.
"Us poor- wlmnla folks would bit alone a
grate deal better if there wag so men!" -
. "You'll ' excuse me. marm. bntlI dnri't
think that alr wonld work. It wouldn't h
regier."-" :
"I'mrraidof men!" she sed: r" 7 -"That's
onneceesarr. marm. Ytu alnH In
no danger, Don't fret yourself Dn thatclaC
"Here we're shut out from the ilnfui world,
Heer all la peas. Here we air brotnerg and sis
ters. We don't marry, and consekentlv we
havenb domestle dimculdes. Husbana don't
aboose their -wives wives don worrit their
nosDans. ' There's no children here to worrit us.
Nothin to worrit us here. No wloked matrl
mooy here. Would thow ilka to be a Sha-
"No." ees I, "It klnt my stile-" " '--' "
I had now bisted In as big a load of Dervish
tins as 1', could cirrv comfortable, and. leanln
back in my cheer, commenst plckln my teeth
with a fotk. The female went out, leavln me
ill alone with the clock. 1 badnt sot that lone.
before the Elder poked his bed In at the door
"You're a man of sin!" he sed. and ' sroancd
and went away. "
Direckly tbar cum In two young ShakereBs
es, as putty and slick looklo gals as I ever met.
Ie Is troo they was drest In meat bags, (Ike the
old one I'd met prevlsly, and their shiny, silky
bar was bid from sight by long white capg, eicb
as I sposs female gosts wears but their eyes
sparkled like dlminds, ' their cheeks wal like
roses, and they was charmln enoff to make a
man throw stuns at his grsnmother, If they at.
ed him to.' They commenst elearin away the
dishes, oastln shy glances at me all' the time, I
gotsxolted.-1 forgor Betsy Jane la my rapter,
snu em x, "my prey nears, now are you r
I "Ws air mil." th aolnml erl! '
"ffhar'sthe old man?" se4 t. In
a solt
roloe"- -' ' i" - -
' ""Of uwbom"'dost' thiil .'e'beai-Bmtlier
j "I mean the gay and festl case who calls mt
man of sin., Shouldn't Wonder If Ms namb was
Uriah.;' ri--- -,- 1 i .
"He has- retired."
"Wall, my nrettv dears.? set ii' "let'd ' have
gome fun.' Let's play fuss la the corner. , What
"Air you; a BLaker, sltT" they axed.
"Wall, my pretty dears, I haven't arrayed
my proud form in a lone weskit tit. but If
they was all like yoa,' perhaps TdJIog .'em.
Am it 1m fin. m Cha&aM ir.,anr.r.fl. V
. .D, m mm m uun.vi i, vivuiui.i 1 , ,
, They was full of I un. I seed that at fast,
only tbey was a little skeery. I tew 'em Pass
Id the oorner and glch like plase, and we "had a
nice time, keepin (inlet of coarse so the old man
shouldn't bear, when we Droit up, as I, ' my
pretty aears, ear i go yoa nnre no obieations,
have you,' to a Innersent ktsf at partial ' '
"Yey," they sed, and I tf,Ui:JX''Z''-
The Last of the Sons of Malts.
The oi
of Malta," wbleh is represented es being 'an
olent Deeanse we memory or man Knowetn Bot
its origin, and honorable became the greek and
wise or every age nave seen numoere wttn ite
firm Irlenas and steaafaat supporters," eame te
a complete, if not inglorious ead, ia New Yok
on Saturday forenoon.' The furniture of Pre
Purrfe Mage; tbe largest, moes taoroatbly
eoalrjoed and most lasaous ia the Uuited
Htatee, was eoia as auouon,uDuer mongage, at
eleven o'olock, together with all the regalia
and warlike lmalements Which eeem 4o; bare
. ..... .
entered largely' Into- the Initiatory eervloes af
this myetie Oretnerbooa. . -' -j'oi.
; The eale occurred in the lodge wont, a spec
ious ballet B14 Hroadway, us nrst Uiwv iron
the root and tba sob. front the earth., The ball
waa flttsd no in a, ueculiar style' ofi aleianoe.
The floor was richly carpsted, and tha rooat
wsssurro untied by kmc aofas, while . the walls
were decorateoVwUb twenty -4 our Knignta ux ar
mor, with tapestry, and with the red jerese of
8t. John, wbioh appeare to have been the sym
bol of tha order. ) -u Ai a.l A--UVS. .-si
The articles sou wars ciassinta as loilowsi
let, theusalalf Sid, the lnetru mental 3d, tber
namenul and mystlonln Under the first bead
were sold the sofas, chalra, carpets, OMone
of the carpets oootalnlng three aundrei yards,
and selllcr fos.jeventyuve cenxa tbe sard,
half what it cost, Under tbe eecoad diesd was
sold an Alexandra urgan, wnica was started at
fe&O and sold at XW l.Aleo auinese Konjr,
.hloh. tha "brathem". assert, waa lormetlv owa-
ed by tbe Emperor ChowCbow, and whloh
brtaght ; U Aa Immense tin trumpet and
nnnniitv ot borae were aien soia ur a trine, i s
LUnaerine tmr sne nnNiiisn "uivuuuj.
- .l.- JI J Ml 4.1 Jl.
swords" Whe the aaetioneeti reached these
euloiee.oaeof tne tniuatea aauea out at tne
top of hie voice i "Now, let tbe stranger feel
tbe we ghf tb swordl Now, etraaer,
strong and brave, and leap with all your might,
foe this will pat jour .eeurage: to the teeal'
ohareanati. those who apoearvd 10 understand
la UnirhedhearUlyaa4otttaldtooncMsdma
this must hays been a fan sf ihUiitlatioa.e
emonies. a; - ,?;:i,sTT.jei
i Aoootdlog to tns) handbills these swords were
"mads of Damaaons steel, and need In terrible
warn of. the Knights of Malta, with roast beef
and plum pudding, eighteen hundred years be
fore theaelugei"f end "were presented to the
Pro "atria Lodge by Alexander the Great."
Among Ahem was said te be the celebrated sword
which was suspended by a tingle thread. The
purcbaser, however, did not seem to be impress.
ed with tbeir great value, for the five sword
only brought nve Collars v :. , i m
i Then there were five 1 terrible tia spears
which were sold in a lot for four, shillings
Then seven helmets, said to have descended
from the Crusaders under Peter the Hermit,
with visors somplete, were also sold in a lot for
the same amount. : Then same the mall i and
armor, which went on like easy terms, five and
six snillings paying for the whole, v n i
'Next were sold eight rusty muskets, with fix
ed bayonets, four shillings each. 8everal bund
red dominoes, with cowls, blaok and white,
were sold at twelve and fifteen cents anfeco
Tbe Rueeed Path" was not sold, but iadsing
from its appearance, tbe "strangers" who pass-
ed over it must have had a rough Journey over
tbe rollers.
After tbe furniture and other articles bad been
sold, the auctioneer withdrew to the baok
room, and proceeded to sell regalia, which be
said mast not be exposed to tbe jcose ot the
uninitiated,-, Toe mystlo volume, said to baa
large illustrated octavo work, was sold unseen.;
The"saored bath," however, was displayed
to tbe crowd. It sold for 11,50, and appeared
to be aothing more nor lees tban a large punch
bowl. v;i; ., J , .;
Ia conclusion, the "brothers" , joined : in a
song, to tbe tuae of "Auld Lang Syne begin
ning,.! ! .. . ." -. , .,v ' , :., ;;., ".I,
I : i . "When omialletlaftrst was bom."
i The crowd dispersed: and thus ends the mve
New York
Where Yankee Doodle Came From.
B. F. .Taylor, of the Chicago Jodrnal, . writes
si fellows In regard to Yankee Doodle; ' i , l .
We have heard a traveler tell, when fas was
floating down some lasy liver la "the drow
sy EiSt," bow Yankee Doodle, lo accurately
whistled by a boatman who bad been all over
tbe world, took blm back home in a moment,
neither' "Hail Colombia" nor the "3tar
Spangled Banner" could j took bin baok home,
and eet him down on tbe orchard fence, uoder
tbe lee of tbe old older-mill, witb a knlle in one
barJd and a pine atick la tbe other, morning
light on his brow and hope In bis heart. ' And
we believed tbe story; for, without sentiment or
sweetness, or anything we most esteem In mu
sic there Is something In the merry waible
of Yankee Doodle that will charm out of Ite
biding the least lurking atom of Yankee spirit.
' Ana yet, alter an, tnie idle little tuoe.that baa
whistled around New England homes aa com
mon as tbe winds, is a veritable Don, and ome
from Spain, where tbey dance each ' a aolema
thing ae a minuet, made, aa we are credibly
Informed, of a coupee, a high step, end a bat
ance; Spain, where everything Is so lofty and
sonorous. - We erasure-Yenkse Doodle must
have moved a little merrier since It came to
America, i
Open the Atlas to the map of Spain, and
glance along tbe northern border, until yea
come to St. Sebastian, one of tbe keys of the
kingdom, on the Bay of Biscay Back of the
indented coast bristle, like lines of bayonets,
tbe serried ranks of the Pyrenees. - Now In all
those valleys and among those mountains, from
Toloea the capital of Oulpugcoa, many a leegae,
to Oviedo, tbe capital of Astorte, the people
eing our Yankee Doodle 1 "Tbey have nothing
to say, to be sure, of the "dandy," nor the diffi
culty there waa la seeing tbs town,' "there
were so many houses," for the words the? sine
are Baque, bat tbe music is as Yankee ae "I
guees."" ' - - '
Go tn'.e tbe Plan of St. Sebastian, on market
days, as the American Vibe-Consul at that port
declares, wnen it is inroorea with girls end
women rrotn an- toe regions ronna shout, end
voa shall hear ennr. and bammed, end whistled.
our own veritable Yankee Doodle. Aoeoet one
after another, no matter whence tbey hall, from
Iran or Tolosa, or Urduna,or vergara, and tbey
all smile at your question, and all know Yankee
Doodle- It is evidently a mountain air ef tha
Pyrenees , and a household tune ' "
: We have no knowledge that the royal bands
of the Castlilan Court ever play It, or that It Is
tbe fashion lo Cadis or Toledo , bat it Ie cer
tainly qatte at home along the Bsy of Biscay.
Some British tar, maybe, oaught the air as be
went ashore on a market day, carried It aboard,
trolled it over In tha dog-watch, It proved con
tagious, and so ne ana bis abipmates carried it
to Ensland: from tbe forecastle It went la ad-
ward to the garrisons thecoe on its upward way,
from the Spanish peasants of the Pyrenees, to
tha scarlet and gold-laced gentry of tba of
ficers' quarters.' ' ' n
i The rest oftbeionrney I easily traced j it
crossed the Atlantic In a soldier's bead, and ba
munched it at tbe absurd fellows that worked at
hedging and ditching, not a great way from
Boston, on a hot night ' In June, a lumber of
years ago... It wss a ridiculous tons' to set a
ridiculous people to; It was a Rood Joke, and ba
perpetrated It, and the Yankees knew how to
take it.' It proved to be worth as mueh to tbem
as a shipment Of trusty biaaeo irom Toledo. '
An Ausminq Tfltokr. The sudden' appear-
anoe of oil in each immense quantities in those
regions In which It could not bars existed but
a short time, has given rise to numerous the
oriea respecting Its origin- Among the last and
most feasible or these is tne one advanoed by
the Pittsbrugh Guttle, In Its issue of the 90th.
It says: " - t
i Tbe Internal fires of the earth, known to ex
ist, are making- their way to the surface
where, la seoordance with the prophecy "the
elements are to melt witb fervent heat." The
oaiorlo from these subterranean fires has just
reached the coal etrata, and oil, which forms
the Igneous pwtlia of that earbonatio com
pound, Ie driven from It, attd forced by anperln
oumbect pressure tooocupy flssaree end the
softer formations of tbe earth below, until re
lieved by apertures from tba turfaoe.; . Those
living in tbe eoal regions are nearest Hades, and
of coarse ftod tha oil first,.'. . -,-. . - ; . .
QTtn CoMsoiiNTiOos Hosbano A gentleman
waa once dining with a Inend, when a most vio
lent storm arose. Ia hopes of abatement, tba
. entertainment was prolonged to the latest pos
sible hour) bat at length it was over, and tha
storm showed no signs ef eeaelpg, bet on the
contrary grew wore and worse. The host In
sisted opoa his guest'e socepunoe ot a lodging
for the night, to view of tba Impossibility of bis
reaching home. " " ,
i The caeet ecmplled, bat ta a few ' minutes
waa miseed from tba parlor. In half en hour
ke reappeared, drenched with rain.' -"Where,
in Heaven's nana, eave yoa eeeoi" seaea tne
host, viewing tba atogular object, which looked
Ilka a dog aroand the paff, and a weeping wil
low -eronol tba bead. "ir said ba, quickly
ahaktna- off tha water, "I have been at home to
tell my wife that it Ie each a nigbt I should not
return."" " "-', -
i-iie i
BLOwiNd Ur a Caooobai Ok 'ScikNTiyiD
Paincirus. Tha river ludus, in tha East In
dies, was Infested by a large old crooodlle who
carried off two or three o tne natives, one Of
them a woman. Its tkln was to thick that no
ball penetrated It; so some young military of
fixers formed tbe following plan of destrojlog
It: They killed a sheep, and in Ite body pU sed
a bag filled with gunpowder and aoms O'.ber
eombustiDie matter, to wotcn a long wire was
attached, with detonating powder at tha end.
Preeentlv the crocodile saw tbe prey and gelxed
It, and cariled It to a bols which be was kooan
to frequent. Time waa allowed him to swallow
thai ah.M. whan tha wire was nulled the WStet
then became violently asitatea a ioua report
tras hitard, and npoams the orocodlle dead and
I. ,wu,vu uiuwy vi.u. .... . , .. ..t
K inv am if .VjrTaH, noehM, ,',8 ();
JjL do do. .. Twines,
11 J na nonnend o&nait t kmt.
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I -for eale by
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Our assortment is still good,
: V- .' -' ' ,i.fa.ott f
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j - ana it is known to very ."
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w.J,;r:,'one; that bur.:;
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KNAP P & O O ;
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60' Tone of
Rage Wamer-
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VmCi C3 .J11 ?L lJutm Oil
1. HATHA A OIBOtOiATIQ!! . ' .
Than any other paper in Ohio, dutalde'of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for 'Advertising
( I - j r : ' 1 ' i.i n 1
,j . Which OANSOT JAII. to. bring 1 : ...
Npeedy- asiel BenaaaaratlTf ltetnrna
To those who take advantage 'of '"
DUtiibutd m It la throvf h wttry tot Oflot lm Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
K ilh'fl!.. I !H'.
Whoee patronage Is valuable, and . wh6 seldom see the
' i Dally Xdltlons of city Journal,; and as only
: o . :... t f . 1 ij-' : 1 'i1-;j .j
A Limited 1 Bomber of AdYsrtiiemeiits
I f- Are Inserted te tMlumaa, apponriately and '
t ! fca- SniOit! emsT'baaM rattW ' sw '''
i ' ii I'i toui'l i .i. , ' ''0 tixy fi'il
el.tt2eTAOt XttOXXtlOXl
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a.i j',iil:,i i. 1 1 in. 11 1. i si.tay:,,f 1.
Advertlilng'le the WlSKtl BtATBSUAN rUl n ,
j 1' j .i : . i '.it:sivaAbiimes b X
Which it almost oartala to follow aa eijSenslve 4beDla
atlee of a knowledge eS tbelv hmrtnees ; ti d ,
iVLom ", cotflrasx.; pwjttf
Fin ' 1 iini ' "j'Wll i' ! 1... ii tj.1s.
i nwatimtaiiuatiaia TuamvaTi mASj
j eVOITSOeVAsMtdeVMAal U A JeSH V j..-.
Tfco Weekly. Statesipiari
. ShoaM be banded la beams f rUer noon,n:.;,,
S0MOT1NG ; NEVfe -
:h:i I.; .1 ii."
and eaamlne er nee-anlce ef - ... :..
tnanafaetnrei by X. BOWSED 1 CO Boeesai Mass.
Theee watstieeare arsBpertortoanyialiigevcrnaared
te toe pumic, neretotor. Having tne eioiuatve agency,
I can sell them at prtees t, suit tbe times.' I bate ust
reostvee a large etoea 01 1 " .....,uoh ..-.i.jvi
. I -" a m res tr. A w W ATntTFisi.1 n
1 I I lil'.t-j. .'TT T. ", '.7vS' j tl,
menufaotared by. ArPLSrOIt,TlAT)Y, CO t alas.a
nmeesorbMntef. -w li :t iiioj e.n tj L?oi4
' : .. . 1 . . . t.... t ... 1 . . . Lir
.v ,lt floW and Silver Cases, t bast) prams, .. .
JanSS p:- . i.. in..
. Wnateaala and SietsUlt JUealec lsv,
tobacco, smjff4;cigahs
J I .J-ptev'X
FlftW Strejwt,
P l T "
O li U KUIiii i- tdi
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Ker. f ataiitly jam hand) all tho.Wevi
n.ii ft li A V ii a
..i a vo a:i1
l -Oct., vinyl -' 71- J" ;-.r " :w'ii
v,n,n.i . iieivhy lAx:ill.l;iir e-,tfl ei
(late ef Tnalen's ttablUhment, . Y) Poprt.ltira .
Mae i new Torn raeuonanm eirnvtas, alair iMtnae,
I UnmMMl.1. flnrllrt. mnA UrmmminmAminam. Znmt Stele
I atreeu erer the PoetOir.ca. whre wtunirtiori Willi
i Ve rifts ln all' the 'nrion- brnncbw. LeiiieS ead
; ((DhlMrea'k Hair Dreeeteg denei 14 tea beet etyhka 1 u
I jySI-dlv-i;.-t j 1 .; -. .- . :
TJtANOT lXStn 'AWas WSI.es water,-are
Jb aeW etyleat. -1 -walbko. Boaae, Aeim-anA Aa-
v aayS.T4 " w B0u' B .V'lllitt
j ,'.u u.: ..i '...l ..ii . I- irfi ..ii... 1
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1TM TWTTa iMimnna
. , --.'AAV.. Hi
t.raordlnary cares br mv
f the most
I 01 In
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.ir:,tir-i'ji, v : i 1
Tbey are at borne, d any eejewhebas eVmbweaala,-.
4ulre ef thepenea who eeri beesedioyT '
f HOU V7H0 MIKD HIS MJU)I01fc7i '.T"'
ATTWft, TO YOtJB MtBS i-A eaee'ttf 'flre yean'
tending eared by OA. tiMWrfZvt, z
tsmepaeaJaeUMes. '
'Ba. Knwm (11, wife haa hm aiiuj -,,v .
eeh and diffloolty of brrathlns. for five er ,i yeara.
wbih , for Mreral year, back, bad gradully Inereaeed lj"'4
vlolenoe, 'beeonpalnt has bee beredTfar, and eke
bad been freeied by several phy,idaas Wliboat an re
llefti '-""--- 'r J siaig.tr jnu :
n . I Oah k O , . .. . ... "
cent bettle, wiilch reliered her very maeh 1 1 iheaeetfled
. wwu. a a.r.0. m NHDk tnm IM " Iff
-".iu iir Hiin. wnten euted her eatlrelv. end
ae treeaaf ik.f...iiaui .
. A .1 - '
elf lo a U and e ojh. Tbeawdlolnenred me twuks
tag one ooee r 1 op me my eaUra ead-ta aon wMkes V
medletwa, and ron mm at Lbem lo mkii u,u -T.- i
aaalretedoso. Wat WILaoaTf-
A . . . -I
SOth Ward.
Da. Knaan-Allluuiitli ui m A. ZI d.....
Hedlrtue., la general. It eiford ma pleaeue tndfciLjua "
ble to reeommead your Peeae rel Sjrmy. Sea mertwlee
It Is well worthy the etteotUe ef u eeraM .k. mm, i
any manner be eflteted with eoewha, eoide and btamnoaa
of an hind, and for the trawlier cjuallSoatioee tat r '
moving all that dlmgreeahle senestltm f-'rt a ae-
I here beefi, more er lees, ta ejy fife, aQV)ed wit, ttl r
sevenet of eolda and hoaraeneai. 1 St tines my throe, '
would neoome 00 el. eed aa to nrerent ai kuataiu. '
a whi-per. and by taking a few dome el the above- ferae--
ttwonldraUevemeeaUrely. -, v , rr.,Z.T
In leoommendln, thia medWne, I wMst ermtifturli
eaythatu la the beat remedy I ever band, puraerlint 2
ears the abore, nor ebowM any iamlly be WMoeat tble"
nmog j wr ajaeaaee ae prevalent. .
loure, moec reneenuHy ' .Ha
-t.ii ...a .1 i. ii fJaahiee OliWuf rTlMKStflillT
ma i -u 5; , 1 1
'. . u i-.g ,...,i,'.a
m out
l.-i , .11 ItlB
M .IK ,u.l 3
f. ..ml. I-..U g
U 1 ' DI1I,,.0..
r'!- -.
I save and Dr. yoor'e Oeegh Syrup fot ahadeesesao
of several years staadiagr and oaa cheerfully amy It il..
tbe best medicine for the eame that I here erer Ukn?
c'ol.VbaTT and dr.1 tSTstrt i nhrri&i
BYBP?. Da. Karawa Pear Sir Baeoee tba d.bu t A ,
my acknowiedglBg the eaeollaaca of yeur Pcoloral Oougb. ,
.,rwm. m mua. gravi pmevre in eaying inas It tr
yen ear Ills. A Hwirwrl f mimm on al mmmmmni: ...
and the went one I waa ever afflicted a 1th; I have not '
need more than one-half ef t ne bottle, end -t Sea eod e
wa w au im are auuetea e-ouil (ira u ea feir a uiml ,
aelhaTe done, and they will be proud to say, "It at !'
enaek medicine." -1 wouloVnee aaObr anathef enaa
attack for any eoaatdcrniion, or at any coet. i M &a-
axteotloaa breathe more treebr than I eVi-e M I Jujil
always ackaowtedge a debt f (rati lade for toventiinr ma v
aacellent a remedy. Ton are at liberty to ui mj na
a this regard, as yee thina praper aaetf 00a
Me afimM Itlltffte. ttV !WleWUffMt SMmm . . .
asv wjuiwieauai uuhvui wsaes WASltAJb salt DMTWOfillJ
:Y.-t-.-o o)
!i !
" ne a,3 line) . r i f.iir. u.
Pr"0. April M. 1W7.
HI At THS TEtJTH. Da. Krriia: I barea deaib. f
tar was has taten areeral medieines for a bed eauh....
without beneflt-among Um Ayer'e Cherry VectortT
I parebaaed from yen bottle ef year P10TOaAlte
SYEDP.and before (he bad need haU a hsttu mkm -.
reliend. The eecoad bottle cured ber enttmlv ot hmt
eongb. -jc. . c'it m .., , JOHUBARIK.ij, i.
10 Hi ;.t - bLoon street, Alleghsny. .
:4 4l T1 j Pmii.a- Timm w. l eon,..L
employed the beet phyaloiana la tha ooantry, nn4 aeyj it
wm wuhbwj uwmn maui mmrij in uetober. . Aw
m " aillin I ISOIOSAl, .
8IBUP.--I lire in reeblea townahl, ailrlMrtiH.- '
I bad aooajhlng and eplttlng, whieb eaenawnned erpnl '
the tlh o( r-brUAn but. end continued .Uh A.ik7r 'S
uu ume 1 wee eaTiwa to try your rcOTOKAL OOTJBS
SYaUP.Jhiehldid.hnSattetlklakeaeeMBeUle.X a
waa entirely tree from the eonghing and spitting. I hed
darpeired of erer getting well, end I think It ebould be'O'
known that thai valuable, remedy will do for other, what v.
ItbudooelnmycaaeA , . JOHN 0. LITTLE
wuaeess. U. Kaaa. ... j reeblMrabip..'K i; 1
I Ul t;,W-l 4 a'.-tl I:
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V"1 J!T
, April It, 1857.
A WOKDIBFtTL CtTKa: Some tlm. '.l '
neighbor of mhasiwas very ilLwitbaaaA ma.ri .hlok. -
ere 17 one supposed, tobeoeneumptloa. Hn niaUns,
told me that he bad taken wrery Temedy tbey heard e(- c
witbxMit btneutl ba brolher eemeU m hla dim ..a .u
were ooaSnsed in the belief that he eouldnot lire. I
badebont Um third of a bottle ef yea Feeterel Srewn:
whichl gave htm, and It eaUrely eured him, to tbe mUm-
mament or ail. WK makes Ue eeae mare vemarkeliia.
Is tba extteme age ef the maa.ke being aboMettbtyyeara
old. ..I bare no doubt the Pectoral aared ble iDeT
-... ... :.. .1 iAJi-i Ma.tlM'emeUrilJVOf-
-n i :
fcSYgKE'S ft OTOaAL SYiDr tlefll(f.TnlZ.,M,'
TILLS. Pleeae atnd me another eopply eg yoeu'Vejia-B?''
able '-Pecterat Syrup," almost OTerybody aronnd
has theeold ani are Inquiring for "r. Keyeer's Pecteral
eyrap.- we aareokiatxtMeoiUee reet VMk.aadere i J
aow entirely out. Mr. A. Alter and Mr. P. Menee, bath
ef BUIrrrt Ie, Pa ; fell us tbey would not be wltnaa K r
In eaels families, la, fact, lt wbe am U oee mtb
gain. , ionrs, rmneotrully.
. ... . a. WATTSaaoir IONS''.''
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and 00 Ul lor aeveral weeka eo bad Wa, It that I ton Id not
aleepv lbad tbe ednce and preioripiioire trtaa ihiee eS L.
tne nestpnyaicianitn ice city, whom loould name, bui dn j
notdoso. I finally proanred a bottle of you, rertorai
1 1 - SS6 Liberty street, PUtabwrgh, a , aa a, iaoeVft k .
h I tl :; i (Jltmisi) immwmr -.H'.m Mn,
1 BTOPTHATOOrjOHrsa.'vi'Howmaldorir "So,,
to KejrMi'eoa Wood street and get a bottle of hlaCaugb
PestaaaLand at that don't earn en. year ants mam keiiiO
dMperele indeed. this is aspeolsen of the eaUoooy ...
aa hears almoet 'Verjr day in eid eaicbltig ' perkxlAWi'
the ream .And we ean. r rrr mnaini nbn 1 -
fall7 oonoor In the adrtMr'aedmooitkm ae eixe. foe wa
nave tried the Peeteral.'i ta a meetstabbora eaaa) wlittv
eatirs eweees. Hear twe weeke ege wa we, to Piuebanihi,
mu ... w hi. am.. .mraisiuK, eooinury, muium. ia
nabdaabmeeaedm. w ire. emeiMtMa -
upon tbl, mundane sphere. . We eoatthed steadily and . 4
laborlonjly for one whole week ta nope, af rwi if oW; 1 1 1
bol M raeno c.i la reee U teHaed satber Ie -have tar
proved by prattle, and te neve aaqulred eirenith.petea-' '
cy and eHtree,tCry by the epeeeifcw J Ie itiii arofu')
the atage, we e awd ear way w KayaWa, let ,
pmcureda Sfty oeat bottle of the -Poeteel;', leak ft
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