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5 ' ! X VOLUME XVIII. COLUMBUS, WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 6, 1854. NUMBER 113. ! (DjjiD talc Journal 19 PrnLISHKD DAILY. TRI WEEKLY AND WEEKLY Wf THE (J INI) STATE JOURNAL COMPANY. Incorporated under the General Law. TERMS, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE Li hit CUT snbscribers $8 00 per year. -Mail ..4 6 00 " By the Carrisr, cor week l'J; c(s. Txi-Wnnclt . ; , . a uu per yeor. i 00 Clnba of ten andover 150 " TkRMil OF ADVERTISING BY THE SQUARE. I TEST LINKS OR IE3.S MAKE A UUIUKB.) 09 suture 1 year . . $-0 Oil ; one square 3 weeks .$3 M One 9 months 16 00 ; one one one on. one 1 weeks.' . 2 Ml . 1 SO . 1 US . 1 'J6 . 1 )0 l)n ' One " One One " One ' Diplaye 6 mouths 12 00 : 3 month! 8 00 ; i months II 00 ; 6 weokl 6 00: 1 week . . 0 'lays. . . 4 days . . , 5 days.. . 1 month 4 60 one I advertisements half 1 insertion 60 more than the above ra tes Advertisements, leaded and placed in the column of 1 'Special Notices, " dovUe the ordinary rales. All notices required to be published by law, Irl ratos f ordered on the inside exclusively after the first week, 5 ) per cent, more than tho above rates ; but all such will appear in tho Trl-Wecklv without charge. Business Cards, not exceeding five Unci, per yoar, In-side. $'2.60 per lino ; ontsi.ti 12. Notices of meetings, cliaritablo sooieties, fire companies, &c, half price. Advertisements not accompanied with written directions will bo Inserted till forbid, and charged occord-l rntlv. All transient advertisements must be paid in advance. Wfekiy Ono square one week, 50 cents ; two weeki, 7Sc ; three weeks, $1 ; one month, $1,25 ; three months, 88,50 ; six months, $1 . one rMr, jio. Under tho present system, the advertiser pays so much fur the spaeo he occupies, the changes being chargeable with the composition only. It is now generally adopted. BUSINESS CARDS. DENTISTRY. NIL SWAIN, M. D., DENTIST AND MAN- ufacturerof Mixer.iI Tktiii. Officonnd resideuoo ut Dr. lde'aold atind, opposite I-'.xchango Hank. Chloro-torm adraioistored. Superior Tooth Powder always on hand. scptl2-dly. CHASE HOUSE, OORNKit OF SUPERIOR STREET AND PURUC P0UARF, CI.EVFL.VN0. O. n. a. cnAis a sov, . juneii-dly. Faorr.irroR J. U. Paul, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION M2It-chant, Pealor l;i Pro.luce, FUh, Salt, Flour, Wheat. Corn, Uto, Clover an Timothy Keed, eat end of N'atiotiel I'rldire. 'Colnmlms, O. anplO-dlT ITTI.Mi Ar iOUI)ON, PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 4 SPEAR'S WfUIlF, BALTIMORE, NO., MAKE CASn ADVANCES ON CON.SIGN-rnents of Diem, Lird, Butter, Flour, Whisky, Cot tim and Tobacco. f3-Cordon. Mntthows St Co., Wheeling, Vs., 'ill r.1'0 inalie advances on thinmnts to our Uouse. oetlO-Sm NKII. IfOUSK SALOON. TO EPICURES. THIS WELL KNOWN Fstablishment has lately been refurnished, nnd will iie-'p constantly on hsnd in ee ison, all kinds or irunej Fish and Venison. Oysters by tiio C.in. Kil? and D.irrel rocclvo I dally from Dalliiuoro. 11. C. WKLCII. ocfJC-d3m Stip'rin'tndtrt IUwm FaraSshiaj and Stovo Depot, brown-s nrocif, Siati Sired, Opposite to the American Hotel, Columbm, O A LAttGE STOCK OF MARBLEIZED MAN- jTX TKLSaal Grates, irith and without summer frouti, .nut rocoive I, nnd f'.r Hah cheap. Htovkj. I'avl.ir, Hall, Dining Room and CwtcPtoro-i, fnr -A'.rnd or ciial, a l.ire varloty, and at pri.e-i to suit tho time. I haro the oolobni-ei tirviWAnr Srovn, ths motf per-f:ct C'-wfc A';nv mwufattarri, i-ie Qilts of tub Wcjt and t'ue AcitOiu Co-ii-sStove, wi'h afcdinnloor in front. T!ieo a tores have boon long known, severely taU-l, and have acquired a reputation unprecedented. Z'x'ra plt'.txfurni'h c I promptly, an-l at a mvltratc prict. Hy stock of House Furnishing Goods h very coinplto. i'lftriished Oyster Cookers, Tin Ware, & Jon VfoitK PHOMTLY AtrKVDrp TO BV OOOft WnnitMKN. KtS-(Ur 1. K. WUWHlHiK. IBM. Neil Housa Hat Storo. 1351 "IIIjTjETT & CO.,VIIOM23ALK and RETAIL vT Dealers in litis, Capi and dtraw iiond-i, aro now in vejeipt of our Spring and Sinnmor Styloa, to which we would re poet fall y invito tlm attention of Dalors and nil in want of Goods in our line. Our rtnorlmnt is now rompUto, e:ulir.iciu almost every style w-rn either eat t west, ara-m which are Gent1 Ettra M'ilekin, Prab, iO.irer audGwImro II.it; HanamA, Canton braid, lVial, Lrrhora, China I'oarl, tf.triacabos, Pearl Straws, Talm Laf and Canada S4-at.- a fair asnrtmenl for children. lino Mimas' Hliwin Cip f'ir men anl boys, and mm tac tared to order. WrT (iootw will b tvtv aj low a the lowut, for Cash or approved orodit, i-trn of tho OiTlUt, Sci tliuse Guildin;;. pr5 All ERIC YN HOirSK. ROSTOV. w ITU TIIIJ ADDITION, IS THE LARGEST and liost arraniyed Hotel in New England, and tho subnbr toS teavo to call attention to lis nrip.lloent , Centro Ta))l(i of pvc - of lho ll(,ko e l vn arran-cmenU and superior accommodations. 1 1m iurui- , H.iT0HY of GR1!BrB llom th(, oarUe!lt tim0!i to the Rn. ture is mado to combine u'.Uity and convenience with Ins-' )n;in ronflU(.,t including the History of I.it-niture and urious ease and comfort. Tiio drawiu- rooms are im.t ; Art, lv Vm flmm L witU H Avvenix bv elojantly appointed the suit, ot room well arranged tor , w iWe A, M. niastrnted bv one hundred F.i-taiailiesand large traveling parlies, tho sleeping apart jjyj,,,,,, vo incms commouioui ana wen yenu wci, ami n iu p..- . ortioo ol them suppl.M with cociiituiite water at gas. vurr effort will be mado by tho Proprietor to contribute- . tha comfort of his guests while !?;.?ng at his house. Boston. June 2?, ISM. jiifi-il3mood GUILDS & SMITH, No, 41ft lcarl t., New York, I MPORTERS OP WINDOW CORNICES L Binds and Pln. Orders from tho Trade in New York tr at a distance, will be promptly attended to. Also, constantly on hand, Worsted, Silk and Cotton Pamaslt. Cords, fasels, Gimps, &c, Window Shades aud Trimmings, all ot which they offer at greatly reduced prices. Aug. 24, lS5l-dm vOL.VTK KO0FEB AND DEALER IN SI-ATK, n .11 L. 1 ft linrTV Agent, Columbus, Ohio. KotervnrQ, Lolumbus Gas nnd nrtlH-dly V ike Company. MIRRORS. TEN LARGI2 PLER GLASSES, 20 by 60, 22 by 00, i!4 by 84, fluent quality French (date, fitted up in the richest patterns of Frames. Also, a fine assortment ot rich patterns of Oval CUsa For tale at tho new store. O icon Building. marJ. J. II. RILF.Y ft CD. 1AVITAL CITV DAGUERREAN ROOMS. Vyriia undorsigned having permanently located in the eity, has availed himself of every advautao nreHsary to exciute perfect Daguerreotypes having a largo Sky Light, ii can take pictures without regard to weather. Ife U;is just received a hno and splendid aortment of j.ms uf overy variety, from the full m dnwn U the auvillust that are taken. Fvery lady and gentleman Is respectfully Invited to call t his rooms, on Hih street, West side, 7 doors Souih of tin Franklin Dink, and examine Kpecliueiu. Mrs. Wtkm will be in attendance to wait upon the ladies. Oduiuuus, ,lnn I, 1S54. JnnlD dly Tllli UNDEllrflGNED HAVE THIS DAY formod a pnrtnersliin undur tlia namfl and style of MIIXKK, 1u:jai,U.5DN 41 Uo., t.ir tlie pnrimseor dnuiR a general Banking andKschan'ro buslnnss, In theolli furm- rly iiccniiied by I.. Ilonsldson 5s (.'o., on tho corner of ffit( and Uljh atroota. (City ltuik Building.) JOHN MIl.l.KK, LUTHER DON'AI.DSON, Fobrnarr 1, 1S.11 .Uf A. II GHEKN. 171ANNV FERN ONCE MORE. FERN X LEAVE3 from Fanny's l'nrtlnllo: second Series: a boautiful rolumo anil dt'fply Interesting. Also, Myrtle Wreatb, or Btray I.avea rncallod by Mtanle Myrtle: L'nplo Sam's Farm Fence illustrnted. For sale at tho new cheap Bookstore of S. II. BURR & CO., jnne2 Corner of Hltrh and Sngar Alley. GAS .HUKNEK8 NEW PATTERNS JUST RECEIVED A larjre atock of Chandelier, one and two lij.ht pendants, and brncketta in great variety, from tornDllua ituker Si Co. 'a manufactory. Those who de-dn introducing teas to their houses, will please call and sen some entire new atyles. We purchase enrect ol manufacturers, andean sen upon me nest terms aul ni.YN'.V ft B VT.mVIN, NEW STORK AND nTITv (iODl)S. "piIE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE OPENED AN X entire new stock of Dry Goods and Shoes, which will v-i sum aa mvr aa me lowest. t.aii aud pneo inem. A. BLAKE I: CO., op20 d3w High atreet, 3 doora north of Rich 11 LACK SILK can bo obtained low at. ep'20-d3w BLAKE'S Xew Store. PLAIN and Hgurcd AH Wool Delaines, low er than ever, at BLAKE 5 Now Store. iep20-daw FINE WATCIIES, SILVER WARE, and every variety of (tooda usually kept In a Jowelry Store may ue ioana ai unusuauy tow prices, at R. D. DUNBAR , One door north of the Neil Houra entr o FROM NEW YORK, X DONALU'rJ ADVKRTISiNU 102 KAStUtl BTIUlBT. Singers Sewing Machines, THICI1 ARE THE ONLY SEWING MA- VV chines of any utility which can bo uupcI without iH'iking the mvner liohlc to a suit for infrinirument of patent-el priviieifes, uro utill sold at REASON'Alll.E PU1CKS, ami with vn'ittestianefl right. Having terminated our legal controversy with Ellis Howe, ,.rM and procured his full license to use his inven-tinn, ther is not tho slightest claim that our machines infrino any othor patent. in riptit to use in mticmntfl which we nave tioia, am e ha 11 hcrenltur sell, in unpstionunw. Wo own ten distinct patcnta on Sowing Machtuen, covering nil the nice nointH of the invention, and all the ma- chin? of othor nianufacturern infringe one or more of tbem. Our patent securing tho spring wborchy tho cloth, &c., in held to the feeding apparatus by a, yitL.mg prcs-nre, is infringed by all tho machine now ottered in the rnnrkot. Thus who buy the inferior and piratical ina- chiiiPS, n.ro hereby distinctly appriwed that wo nlmH com-pp. thrm to pay us for the privilege of uninpc them. Our legal right will henceforth he rigidly enforced. THE IMUEXriE Sl.TKRIORlTY of Binser'i Sewiug Ma chines haa boon comnletelir established. Thev are of uni- versal application the name machine doing all kinds of work, and doing it perfectly. Ihey are not only ru peri or in contrivance, hut unequaledln mechanical fluUu. They per form all work reomred. and contmuo to do it without getHngoutor order. Wo iloire to call attention particularly to our new MACHINES TO SEW WITH A SINGLE fJIRRiVP, which bv ample trials have been proved mine- rior to all others fur 6 1 itching linen and all very thin fa brics al-o for sewing leather eitiier with a waxed thread or nilk and for quilting linings. We are also prepared to exhibit and sell embroidering machines, producing an entirely new and very beautiful result. Machinea of extra size, both eUultio and single thread, may bo had fur a flinati diiferenco in price. The.io aro found to be very pnpi.mr. luaeiuoes ior iiat-mnmng, Biucning carpet-nag Handles, anu anr other peculiar work, will be supplied ai Hnort notice. Principal Office, Ao. 323, Broudway, A". York. HitANt'U uffi'cEi Xo. 57 Suuth Fourth iSt ' i'hiladelphia. So. il Hanover St., fioston. No. 18i Pt Charles St., N. O. Ko. 169 P.aUimnre St., n.iltimore. No. 247 Itlrer St., iroy, isevr orlc. wo. 'IZS W alnut ct.. tmoinnatt. au;r4-dJ..i I. M. KIXOER k CO. No. 7(1 Chnm'ocrs Strent, Ni:v Vork. Finneo & Co., TMPOUTERS AND JOBRERS OF SILKS, 1 IiIDBON'3, VU.VETS, FEATHKRS, FLOWERS, LACK, ic, are now receiving a lirijo and complete assortment of iiiun Hli.l.tXLlll U'JOli.s, which tli.v are enaUlcd to ell at the lowest nrices. aud on the most favorable terms. Those who purchase of us may save one profit at least, as very nearly all our goods are received direct from the manufacturers in Franco. J KKMr.MUKR THE NtTMHErc, Ol 70 Chamber street, lt door west of llroadvvay, opposite the Irving House. N". Y. n. o. piwko, v. c. cbspin, o. n. s.ivronn. ntilO-ilomiusu THE NEW YORK STEAM BLANK HOOK AIAtfUFACTlJIlINO ESTAIIIISiniKVT. Caps, i bound, numerous etylea, 0 cts. per quiro and upwards; full bound, While, 16c and upwards; Fine Blue, 18c, with Euds and Hand-i, White, H'c; Fino Blue, paicd, l!yn. IJemys. Fine Tllue, Ruspia corner!, parked, 40e and upwards ; with ends and bnnda. paged, Abe nnd upwards: Russia with ends and baud, paired, 60 to fic ; ettra binding, pafrod, fide and upwards. Mediumi, Fine Blue, Ruflriia. corners, paped, 7c and upwards ; iluaiia endi und banda, paired, 75c and upwards ; extra binding, paijcd, S7c and upwards. Koyal and Sujtur llnyaU, extra bindiu, pad, tl 25 ii nd upwards. A groat variety of Pa.ig Bjoks, tl per gro:w and upward.Memorandum Roo!t. $5 per frro and up ward,, Re ceipt Hoo,:, I'otty Account, Miniature IJiniitt!, letter Copying Book-, Writing Bnok, Cyplierinj BooV-a, School Aibumi, itc, A:c. Constantly on hand, 10,000 reams of mamircturd work of evory quality an1 description, all bound In the inot substantial manner, nnd in the neatest styles; which are o(l'rc l to Book sellers, Stationers and Dealersg-nor-allv, fir fiuii or approved pnper, by JOITX O'HARA, 110 Naaiau atroet, New Vork. X. B. A liberal discount when purchased in lare 'iir.utilio. mayo-dfimM FOU ci ALE MILL mtOiRTV IN OHIO Tho well kuovrn Flour Milt at Monroe Falls, having four runs of Stones, with an excellent water power, and one of the best Morchant Milli in Ohio. Tiiere will bo Bold with tho Flour Mill a f?vd 8iw Mill, ono Mill occupied for nioklnsr HUorol , one nm&U Mill for making of hooa, four or (ire pood Dwellings, an Lie valor and Store House fir wheat and Hour, a Store for tho sale of Merchandize, and about seventy acre of land umU r ami mnunH u-, buildinK1' Tho Machinery of the Shovel and Hoe Factories is not to be embraced in tho sale. Possesion of the Flour Mill will bo given on'tho firntof December next, and of the other property us the leases terminate-; the rents from the time of sale to belong to tho purchaser. The present tncotno is about $1800 per year, nnd may be made much more productive. Twenty per cent, of tho purchase to be paid in cash, and '20 per cent, yearly till paid, wlthiutorc.it half yearly; ft deed of release to be given when the second payment is made nnd a mortfraa taken buck. If tho property 1 ; not sold be-foro January 1, lS5f, tho Flour Mill will b leased for such time a! the parties may ngreo on. Apply to Hrnnr, Hi'GHEa k Co., Cleveland, Ohio. C. W. CAftTItlCHT. rto-tnn, October 10, ISM.-triwftm NKW HOOKS AF11AJ A. A NORWEGTAN AND LAPLAND Tale; or Life and love in Norway; and intensely In-tereatin flunk translated from the German of Theodore j Mii'ga, the second " Walter Scott of Germany." hu N'ohman; or Trials and their Usea. Hy Mr lincoln IMielp::, 1 vol. IHustmted. , Ai.hNt, and yet not alone; a thrilling tale of Old Vir-I finia. Jly Mari.m Harland, a young Virginia lady. 1 , handsome vol. i Ih stout ok Onto, By James W. Taylor, OMoHtuto Li- 0l,I1:;T,-, AXD Sacrep .Vknks. from Notes of Travel in (l Tur!; anJ Vlletltmi! , by Fi.her Howe. 1 vol. iiusirft(!j Tm FAltA'HLK,0F fiu-nKr.icic Adolphm Kri-mjuhikr. from I (ho Soveuth German Fdition. A beautiful volume with twenty-six Illustrations. Tub Bmns or the Bini-ir. Ry tlie Iiev I'lcgnntly Illustrated with colored Pin tea. II. Flaibaugh. The most bean- tiiui tint uunic or trie season. A HlS-nRV OF THE PROTK3TAVT ClU'RCH IS' IICNCAtlV an Intrnductlnn, bv D'Aubiirno. 1 vol. . Willi Tub HKi'i'LriiRE'op ovn Hvvm&. Thiiiihts on the Earthly restinir jdaes of our Dead, by lluv F. Tt. Ans nuch. A. M. 1 vol. Wouks of the lt'!V. John Cummints, I. I)., Minister of tho Scotch National Churh, kc, including Lp.ftviim on tub Book of Danikl. 1 vni. LFCTL'ItM OS OUR LOKD'S PARAUI.H3. 1 vol. A Miv:?.nE from God. 1 vol. Christ Kccfivino Sivnimh, 1 vol The Gukat Sacrifice. 1 v.-d. Thk Comfortkr. I vol. Together with minv other now and interest in.? l!-ul ust received and for sate at tiio Ilookstor" of novlt KANIMM,, ATOV h LONG TRON RAILING WORKS. IRON RAILING, J. every variety, of Wnmifht and Cast Iron, and the cele. bruted Wire Hailing. WlCKKlLUIAU'fl 1'ATtNTKn WiuK rKSre, for I'raiiies, Iliil j-eads. Farms, Lawns, (iardens, tt $2 per rod. inos iiKnsrE.vn.s inns jrBxiruuK. i ne oMition oi New Phasn of tho Iron Maniifaetui-e," containing de-,i.tna, oxidnnatious and prices of the ubovo urtieles, forwarded by Hddrossins tne HUOHcriner. JOIIM II. WICKKI'.SIIAM. Warerooms Vo. 212 Rroadway. Works, Nos. fid, f..r, 6' fill and fil Iwis atrwt, New York mayllix WRITING PAPERS AT MILL PRIUiOS. 600 reams whilo and blue, ruled and tdi'.in, wove and laid Letter Fa nor. 7.ri0 reams white and blue, ruled aud pl iiu FouUcap paper.-Knvelope papers, Hubbard's Colored papers, for panitih let covers, llauilla papers, all sizes, Bonnet Ikt.ird, Ate, at wholesale, at mm prices, at m Aew ttooKstoro. june1 J. H. HILKV ft CO. TObU'S PATblST CASKS. DECi DEI) IN LV the Supreme and Circuit Courts of the United States, fpjin their organization to the year lSi!, with index, by juines now rorsaieai j. ji, liii-r.v ru.'j. j'ltyn AW AICK. THE NEW PAPER V called tho Wipe Awaur, nnd tho Spirit of Wa.-dilnj ton, No. i, vol. 1, just received at sepfJ-l PKAHPON'S. H ARPER EOR NOYE.MHER I UST RE- coived at. oct.'H SANTMYKIVS Pkidt. lODEV'S LAIA'S HOOK FOR OUTOIJER VJ Just received by II. B. I'KAHSOV k CO. Hept'Jfi ''lHE (ieiitiinu imported Farina Culogno aim .1. nay Ituin, new supply, Just received ny sep'ja JNO. It. COOK. FRUIT TKEi'k I HAVIi JUST RECEIVED lb choice lot of Apple, Peach and Cherry Trees, ine;ood order for plunliiur. mayr, V. jkvuivm DOTASll. A SUl'KltlUR QUAL1TV JUri'r X received and for salo hy JNO. K. COOK. fehll. First door aonth of the Journal llnihlinfr. LYONESE iirnl THIBET!, rtillcrcnt colors nml widtha, at prices that can't be beat, nt ep20 daw BLAlCE'a New Store. ASIILEIGII, A TALE OF THE OLDEN times, 'li etc., by Hiss E. A, Dupny, just received maj n PEARSON'S DEPOT. PUTNAM FOR OCTOBER. JUST RECEr-Ted by fseptaft) H. B. PEARSON ft CO. ATEW WORK BY EMERSON BENNETT JL 1 Prlil of the Wildernosi. Just received ot JuneS PKA1UON & CO'S DEPOT. TRANSPORTATION. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS & CINCINNATI, AXD CLEVELAND ft FJUE KAILROADS. Ounce oi Timk. On and after Wednesday, June Till, Trains will run ui follows, (Sundays excepted) : Express Train leaves Columbui at 10:10 a. m., and arrives at Cleveland at 8:30 p in. Returning, leaves Cleveland at 8 a m, and arrives at Columbus at 1:05 p in. Mnil Train leaves Columbus at 1:15 p m, and arrives at Cleveland at 7:J5 p m. Returning, leaves Cleveland at 2:15 n m, and arrives At Columbus at 8:10 n ni. Night Express leaves Columbus at 11;00 p ra, and arrives at Cleveland atC:0O a in. Hetuniing leaves Clove-land at 7:'0 p in, nnd arrives at Columbus ut 2:10 a m. Knelt Train makes a direct connection at Crestline with the . k Va. It. K. for Pittsburg and Philadelphia. Also at Khelby for gindusky, Toledo, Chicago ; at Cleveland with trains on the Erie R. R. fr Dunkirk, lht.falo.Ncw Vork and Boston, aho with tho splendid Steamer CRESCENT CITY or QFKEX OF THE WEST, at 7K p m, arriving in Bulfal.0 in season for inoruinir trains to Niagara Falls, Albanv, kc. L. TIL-TON, Superintendent. N. h'OL'TJIARD, Apent, Columbus. Columbus, June 7, 1S.V1. Cleveland and Toledo Railroad fig Ea iiii&iaj Fgifal wmmi "PASSENGERS TICKETED TO TOLEDO, I .L ChicaRo, Ft. Louis, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Dayton, ! Sprintfliehl, IVllofpntniiie, Tiflin, FindleT,ynndnky, Main.. ; lielil, Mt. Vernon, JVewarK, Kc. Six Daily Trains from Cleveland. 1st. 7:00 A. M. Express train, from station of C. C. & C. B. It. for Toledo, Chlcaco and St. Louis ; atopplni; at Norwalk, Clvde, and Fremont. 2d. 8 A. M. Mail Train, atoppin? at all stations between Orafton and Toledo. Snl. 8.45 A. M. Exnress. ( from Ohio City,) forSanduskr, Cincinnati, Toledo and Chicago stopping at Olmsted Falls, F.lyria, Vennillion, Huron, Sandusky, Fremont and Elmore, Tiiis train connects at Handusky with Mad Itiverand Lake Eno, and Mansfield and Sandusky Kailroada, by which Passengers will reach Toledo at 1.05 P.M. Dayton 4.25 P.M. Ilellefontnino 2.13 " Cincinnati 7.00 " Springfield 3.35 " Indianapol'"!0-30 " 4th. 2.50 P. M. Express, from station of C. C. & C. Hall- road for Toledo, Chicago and St. Louis ; stopping at Olier-lin, Xorwalk, Mourneville, Hellovue, Clyde and Fremotit. 5th. il.OOl'. M. .Mail Train ffrom Ohio City,) for Han- dusky. This train connects nt ganduyky with trains of iau liver anu Lauo i'.rto loati, arriving ai r inaiey aaine o-eniur, and stopping at all intermediate stations. ut li. tAti 1'. 11. hvpre.is, trom station ol u. or u.l-.ail-rcad, fur Toledo and Chicago. For Tickets, or contracts for Freight, apply to E. SHELDON, A-jent, 50 link street, Angier Hotel ISuilding. Al'o. Ticlieta for Toledo, Chlcagro, &c. to 1)0 obtained at Station of C. C. & C. lioad. D. 0. U.U.DWIN, A'ont. Thoso for San.'luskv. Cincinnati, Indianapolis, and sta- tious on Mad lliver and Man-dield lloads. at Oiiio City Ma-tlon. H. II. I'lIlUJIS, Superintendent. Oflke Cl-jvcland k Toledo Railroad, 1 Cleveland, May 6, 1!54. j junfSdSw ON AN l AH'KU MONDAY, aUnd MAY, Til'o Daily Lines of Steamers, at n'clnclc, l. M. and 7 o'clock, I'. M. MORNING MX AT 11 A. M. UNITED STATES MAIL. FROM LANDING AT FOOT of RROADWAY, the superb Low l'ressuro Steamer N'OUTIIICKN'KK; the new and elegant fteamer HlOIlFLVFIt, will make tho usual Intermediate Landings. F.VES'IXO EXPRESS LINE AT 7 O'CLOCK, P. M. From Landin? at foot of Broajlwuv, the maimilloont Low- i'ressure steamer JACOB KfitAHKH: the swift and splendid Steamer TEl.EOHAl'il No. 3, i'assen.'era arnviii!? lu Cincinnati bv the evening trains wilt lind these b-iats in waiting. This lino will land at Madison, hut will have no detention there: and passengers r. therefore, rely upon reaching; Louisvillo in timo to connect with the early trains from Iiuisville; nnd both niormue; and evening lmea connect regularly witu tne U.N'ITFl) STATIC MAIL STEAMERS, Lesviii'X Louisville every day at 10 o'clock, A. M, FOR AIM I.Ol-IS. BATE3 OF PASSAGE, MEALS AND ROOM IXCLCDED. 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Tho Trees will be for sale In a very few days, and may be seen at the eorner of High and State atreets, or nt Hose Cottage, one mile north of Columbus, on the Worthington Koad. aprtl-tf WAKliEN JENKINS. WILLOW AND OAK BASKETS. tjyjyf Among whirn ant n good assortment of willow inarkot baskets, round, oval and square, covered and uncovered, dilferout sizes. Hotel dining room baskets, lined with tin. A great variety of school, dinner, nursery, toilet and waste paper baskets for countings, reticule, work basket. Ac. Oak bnshel and half-bushel baskets. At the Agricultural Warohouso, Kxchango Muil.llngs, Broadway, Columbus, Ohio. wjt, A. GILL. oct22-iwtf ARTY LEADERS. SKETCHES OF JEF-feraon, Hamilton, Jackson, Clay, Handnlph, fcc. In-ing Notices of many other Distinguished American osmen. For sale hy S. II. BURR & CO., ot2 A'o. 1, OoVon BuiMing. gailj (Dio State ouriral WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 6, '51 Hiram Powers, The Sculptor BY SAMUEL Y0RKE ATLEE. Hiram, the son of Stephen Powers, is the eighth of nine children; and was born on the 29th of June, 1807, at Woodstock, in the State of Vermont. His youth was passed, with his village companions, in the alternate labors of the farm and school house. Like other boys, he was fond of tun and fights, but always evinced an in veterate preference for tho former. He was engaged in a great many freaks, wherein he" was as often follower as loa der; and which the biography of every school-boy would exhibit. One thing, however, is certain: Powers, during his residence at Woodstock, manifested no special predilection for the art of sculpture; saving so far as a fondness for sketching rude caricatures may be so considered. Some jets of a mechanical ingenuity were displayed in the construction of miniature sawmills, and in an improved method of transmuting kitchen porringers into pewter artillery. For his skill in the latter department, the boys of that day voted him a public benefactor; and his fame therein is still preserved in the fireside traditions of the parish housewives. In 1819, Hiram's father emigrated to the State of Ohio, and settled on a farm about six miles from Cincinnati. Ohio welcomed young Powers as a son whom she particularly loved; and chastened him, for about two years, with an ague fierce enough to shake a common man's bones out of their sockets. On recovery, he went to liva with his brother, a lawyer of Cincinnati, with whom ho sojourned about a year; going to school, conning the rudiments of the Latin tongue, and, now and then, just for the fun of the thing, opening Coke upon Littleton. These easy times, however, could last no longer; the res an-guna domi urged him to get a livelihood for himself. His first enterprize was at the suggestion of the keeper of the chief hotel in Cincinnati. Tho landlord proposed the establishment of a Reading Room, appropriated an apartment in his tavern for that purpose, nnd promised Hiram a decent support, if he would act as overseer thereof. Nothing could pleaso tho boy more; and he fell in with the scheme with nil the enthusiasm of seventeen. In a few days behold him in his office; nnd we can easily imagine the glance of complacent authority which he, ever and anon, threw round his literary domain. Ho was never off his post nnd always on his guard. When the paper came, he iifnQ tho n inl.. it frm rlio lion- if the carrier, and with what an nir of gratified dignity did he lock the file over it and spread out the damp sheet, smoothly, with his hands! He was restlessly vigilant; nnd many were the mortified wights whom his quick eye detected in the act of directing their predatory penknives towards some favorite article in a gazette. But nlns! a change came o'er the spirit of his dream. Clothes cannot last forever; and his, no doubt, were hurried into prcma-.ure dissolution by the continual agitation if his frame. Rents threatened to appear in divers parts of his habiliments, &nd excessive and peremptory demands were repeatedly made on his ingenuity to preserve the integrity of the cracking fabric. His patron affected not to notice Hiram's embarrassments, and the "decent support" was, like Lord Lackland's estate, "neither here nor there." He was permitted, indeed, to take the crumbs which fell from his patron's table; but he began then, first, to know 'The oppressor's wrong, the proud man's contumely, rite iusutenco of ollice, and the spurns Unit patient merit of the unworthy takes.'' There was nothing strange in these adventures, nor has he alone experienced thorn: so let us pass on, merely concluding with a good humored sentence we have heard him use in reference to this part of his history "I was forced to leave that place, as my clothes and shoes were fast leaving me." Powers, then, was taken into employment by Messrs. Keating & Bell, traders in flour, salt, &c, produce merchants, as such are termed in the West. With them he remained some time; and it was during this period that he modeled his first fifure8. In his moments of unobserved leisure he adroitly unbended the firkins of butter, and alter sculpturing the ductile esculent into such horrid forms as gasping "loggerheads and irate rattlesnakes, he would replnce tho cover, and enjoy in his sleevo the inevitable astonishment of the customer. The next transfer of Powers was to Mr. Luman Watson, who was engaged in n similar Inie of business. In a short time, however, Mr. Watson sold off his stock of produce, and invested his capital in a clock and organ lactory. During the recess, Powers was sent on a collecting excursion through tho country. On his return, a mutual attachment having alrea dy taken place between his employer and himself, he became a clock maker and or- fjan builder. His new occupation suited him; and Mr. Watson has often spoken to me ol his surprise at the aptitude, indus try, and skill of his young workman. In a very short time, Powers became the first machinest in the factory, whether theoret ical or practical. W hatever he touched he improved; and, whenever lie could take the liberty, his work surpassed the pattern. There are several organs in Cin cinnati whoso melody his rxenius has en riched. Ho made a great improvement, too, in the reed stop, which he tuned by merely turning a screw. It was in 1820, whilo with Mr. Wat son, that Mr. Powers became conscious of an inclination for sculpture. Lafayette had visited Cincinnati; and Mr. Lckstem a resident artist, was occupied in model inn the bust of the nation's truest. All Powers' leisure was passed in Eckstein's studio; and, in the course of desultory conversation, his ereat passion was exci ted and directed. By the time the work was finished, Mr. E. was so well satisfied with his pupil's proficiency that he in- trusted him to cast the bust from the mod- el; which was accomplished with unquali - fird approval. Mr. Powers, about the same time, also cast, from models of the same art ist, busts of Clinton and Jackson. Uf Mr. Eckstein, Mr. Powers received a few les- sons in French and drawing. Mr. Powers, now, began to try his own hand nt modeling, in his own room; and his first efforts were to animate tha dull clay with the beauty of Miss Agniel and Miss Foote, who, at that time, were pretty little school girls. The model of Miss A. was destroyed by himself in a (it of juror brevis. A certain brother artist stepped in one day, in his absence, and, of his own free will and accord, but no doubt at the instigation of the devil, proceeded to give the model a few "extra touches." At sight of the profanation, Powers was enraged. A kind of filial respect, however, kept him quiet in presence of the aggressor; but, so soon as he had departed, he deliberately demolished that which he could not but look upon, thereafter, rather as a memento of sacrilege than the imnge and likeness of female loveliness and beauty. The cast from the model of Miss Foote I have seen; and it is an exact verisimilitude of the fair original. It has, however, never been finished. When I remembered, too, that it was the first attempt, I could not but admire the remarkable skill of the artist. Mr. Powers does not, after the custom of many, form his model from plaster masks cast on the face. This it a bastard branch of the art, which all true sculptors reprobate. Busts taken in that manner always exhibit a defective physiognomy. The heavy compost compresses, more or ess, the flexible cheeks, and the delicate nes of the lip are frequently distorted. How, indeed, can it be otherwise? The patient is, generally, in an agony of fright lest he be suffocated; and the chief expres sion depicted on the countenance of his bust is alarm, lhe eye, too, is closed; and what a world of meaning is thus lost! Mr. Powers takes a bust as a painter takes a portrait; the subject of his art standing before him. He must, then, depend alone on minute observation and exnet judgment.Our artist's next work was a bust of Miss Catharine Footo, daughter of John P. Foote, Esq., of Cincinnati; and this he considers his first finished specimen of sculpture; the others having been left in the rough. This cast introduced his ta- ents as a topic of conversation among several gentlemen of the city, and they were induced to seek acquaintance with an uiiial v. I" "-Dikn I'luiuis1 t' ture excellence. His occupation, however, would not allow him -to cultivate what are termed tho "pleasures of society;" and he continued, silently, the even tenor of his way. Mr. Powers had been with Mr. Wat son several years, when Mr. Uorleuillc offered him the situation of general assistant and artist of the Western Museum, in Cincinnati. Here he had a room fixed up after his own fancy, made himself a lathe for turning metal, &c, and began to try his hand at all sorts of things. There is considerable invention about this lathe. It was the admiration of all the ingenious men in Cincinnati. He now made three bas-reliefs, one of them being a likeness of Mr. Luman Watson, just previously de ceased, a man whoso memory he cherish es in his heart s core; lor he was his first friend. It was under his auspices that Powers' mind found freedom to expand. and his dimuent attempts were by him first aided and commended. Mr. Powers' next work was tho bust of M. Hervieu, the compagnon du voyage to tho well known Mrs. Irollope. 1 think wo have reason to thank Mrs. Trol- lope for bringing that gentleman among us: lor lie was the remote cause ol the wide popular reputation of the artist. Lvery one in the V est, and a rrreat ma ny in tho East, has heard of tho Infernal Regions at the Cincinnati Museum. This is tho work of Powers; but Hervieu was instrumental in putting his wits on such a track. Hervieu was a fino but eccentric paint er; unci, while m Cincinnati, struck ott a largo and terrifio transparency of Hell, as described by Dante. It was exhibited in tho Museum at nights; but soon becoming dimmed by the lamp smoke, it was found necessary to add some monstra horrenda Powers set to work, and soon produced some of the moststrangely diabolical things that ever haunted the brain of a hypochon driac. lhe idea once set atroinir, on it went; and every week beheld some new horror. The new Pandemonium finally crowaeu out utc picture, ana soon tne wholo upper loft of a largo building was filled with such an assemblage of figures, machines, and contrivances to startle shock, and terrify, that it was, every eve ning, crammed by people who liked to be frightened and leel bad on purpose. It was the most profitable curiosity in the Museum. Mr. Powers has also modeled, in wax, and placed m tho Museum, six figures as large as Iile, viz: 1. General Jackson crowned by the Genius of the West. The likeness of the old Hero has been pronounced fine nnd accurate. 2. The Exquisites: a lady and eentle man dressed in the pink of tho fashion. They have met, and he has very impu dently taken his stand right in her way, and, in a very exquisite attitude, is scru tinizing her with his quizzing glass, while ner muignauon at me puppy s imperii nence swells her figure to its full height 3. Alexander Drake, the late celebrated comedian of the West. He is taken in the attitude of singing his "crack" song ol "l-.ove and bausages yea, the identi cal dress of tho original clothes the figure There were some comical tricks played with this same figure when it was but just fin- ished, and before the public were aware of its existence. It was, one night, taken to the theatre. It had, previously, been an- noimced in the bills, in very ambiguous phraseology, that tho favorite song of Love ; end Sausages would be sung that evening by a sort of double Aleck Drake; and there was a cood house. Drake was a univer sal favorite; and every body was on the j look-out for something very funny. The play is over; and the prompter's b-ll sum mons the musicians to their places in the orchestra. Another riner and the curtain rises. There stands Aleck in the custom-ury attitude; and they greet him with sev ernl rounds of applause. They pause to hear the favorite song. Aleck holds the same attitude his eyes aro staring wide open; and the usual ragged, dirty white hnndkerchief dangles motionless in his left hand. Some thought ho had got a fit, and some began to whisper he was blue! The musicians impatiently repeated the key note; and tired themselves da capoing the symphony; still no sign of a sound from Aleck. The people began to hiss, the prompter rang the bell, and down went the curtain. "What can the matter be?" Two or three doctors demanded their checks, and hurrying round to the green room door, offered their services to cut his jugular.- I hey arc informed that he has recovered; and that the prompter is about ringing up the curtain a second time. All hasten back to their places, and the same dumb scene is enacted over again! The house is amazed, mystified, mad. Cents, apples, nuts, &c, jingle, bounce and skip about the stage; and the curtain ialls in an uproar. Every thing was ripe for a row; and, had some mischievous wight set tho example, Drake's perversity would have brought down terrible retribution on the manager, liut Aleck was a pet; and the clamor was hushed at the first sound of the prompter's bell. The curtain .again rose. Aleck did sing this time; and was encored till he wns tired out. Now this is fact. Many in Cincinnati can recollect the incident, which, by the bye, was not even then publicly avowed and explained. The first two Drakes were wax; the third was the real Simon Pure. 1 he house was completely hoaxed with Powers' likeness ol Drake, which now stands, 1 believe, in tho Western Museum. 4. Mr. Dorfeuille, the proprietor of the Museum. This is fully equal to the gen tleman himself; and I well remember how many were disappointed when Dorfeuille would not notice their salutations. Mrs. M. actually offered to shake hands with him. lie is standing with a Irog in his hand, and, with his eyes fixed on the kicking and sprawling specimen, is absorbed m study a la JJujon. come persons, i , .i . v. "w -"" & tronomy as zoology in his cogitations; in deed, the line of vision does seem to repose on the hind leg ot the quadruped I hese are all his public works of model- inz in wax; ana but another specimen ol his workmanship in that material remains to be named, viz: the likeness of a do ceased child, which is in tho possession of the family in Cincinnati. Mr. Powers, after this, steadily and ex clusively devoted himself to modeling and casting. He took fine likenesses of the Rev. R. II. Bishop, President of Miami University, Nicholas Longworth, Esq., the celebrated cultunst of the grape, Samuel Armor Coombs, Esq., and of some others. The 23d of November, 1831, was an epoch in the life of our sculptor; for, on that day he started for Washington City. Through the kind offices of Morgan Neville, Esq., and Hon. Robert T. Lytic, Mr. Powers mmcdiately obtained as sitters, President Jackson, Senator Calhoun, Chief Justice Marshall, and Col. R. M. Johnson. His performances attracted much attention; and, in the journals of that day, much was said in commendation of them. A corres pondent of one of tho leading papers, now before me, pronounced the busts "truly perfect and faultless representations of the originals." The same correspondent continues thus: "And then the bust of Mr. Calhoun! there you see every muscle and feature of the master spirit ot nullification. Nothing but the expression of his splendid eye is lost to the beholder. 7'he cast, the exact form of the eye i there; the expres sion only is wanting" I have italicised the last clause because of iis incomprehen ibility. How the expression can be want ing when tho cast, the exact form of the eyo are there, seems to me, if not absurd, at least admirably mysterious. Did the writer mean the flashing af of the eye is only wanting? The expression of tho eye does not reside in the organ which rolls in the socket; but depends on the confor mation of tho parts which surround it; the tids, either contracted or expanded, and lhe brow either depressed by melancholy or elevated by mirth, lhe cheek bones the lashes, the nose, dec, all these parts trive to the eve its expression. As for the mere orbs of vision, John C. Calhoun might, were it possible, have put into his hend those ol an idiot, and you would nave seen them, at once, transformed into globes of livincr fire. I have seen the indignant look of a blind man mantle n young ribald's cheek with blushes. How much moie justly the Senator's daughter thought than this critic! She was standing by Mr. 1'owcr.s, waicmngine process of modeling her father's face. The artist, at lut, began to fashion the rough clay which jutted out under the senatorial brow, developing, gradually, "the cast, the exact form of the eye." "Father," said she, "at Mr. Powers touches your eyes, you seem looking out of the obscure mass which concealed them." It seems to me that the fair critic must have seen something very like expression in thitl eye. Mr. Powers spent about two years in Washington, whence, in lS'.li), he departed for Italy nnd opened his studio in Florence, where he still sojourns. Mr. Powers' career, since ho has been in Italy, has been illustrated with the hiirli- est honors of art; arid he occupies, at pres- em, a position mierior to that ot no sculptor of modern or ancient times. Hia chief works have been the Greek Slave, the Fisher Boy, Eve, Proserpine, and America. In Europe his renown has encircled ; the name of the Model Republic with a halo ot grace and beauty. Greece filled her temples with the works of Phidias; ought not the United States to allot at least one pedestal in the new Capi-. tol to a fellow-citizen who is destined to contribute to the glory of his native land rays no less effulgent and immortal? New Goods, Jl'ST Rl-XKIVKD FROM NEW-YORK RY EXPRESS. AL A R U E ASSORTMENT OF LADIES' Dress and Cloak Trimmings, of the latest and most FAHIIIOXABLU SJTAi'atSTlNSON'SSaTingStore. of ladies' Collars of all atyles. Also a large assortment New Goods; which will be sold aa usual, very cheap. Lulles will find It to their Interest by calling beloro purchaMng elsewhere, at STINSON'S Batixo Hioiuc, novl No. 4, Town Stroet. T4i THE DEAF. NEW-YORK EAR INFIRMARY. FontTn-RTKECT, CIXCWHATt. J. F. SMITH, M. D. D. McLEOD, M. D. DR. SMITH, PRINCIPAL OF THE NEW-York Ear lnflrmary, (Buffalo,) and Dr. McLEOD, Aurlst, of Scotland, announce to the citizens of Cincinnati. ' and the South-west geuerally, that they havo established their Infirmary for the Deaf at No. 68 Fourth-street, (up stairs,) Cincinnati, second door West of tlie Melodeon. sTV Deafness, Noise in the Head, and all Disagreeable Discharges speedily and permanently cured, novll-tf '"TUIE INEBRIATE'S HUT;" OR, THE X First Fruits of the Maine Ijiw by lira. South-worth. For sale by S. H. BURR & CO.. nov2 Ko. X Odem Building. NEW HOOKS. OLD REDSTONE; OR Historical Sketches of Western l'resbyterlanlsm. Ita fc-arly Ministers, ita Perilous Times and Its Hrst Heoord. Ily Joseph Smith, 1) D. Comntes' Positive Philosophy. New Editloo. Truly Translated and Condensed by Harriet Martlneau. carpenters comparative mysiology. New bdlllou With 309 Engravings. Kollocker's Human Misersnocisl Anatomy. Edited with notes and additions hy J. Da. Costa, M. D. Drake's Treatise on the Principal Diseases of the Inte rior Valley of North America; id vol. Just received. Also a co'mplote assortment of Medical Works fur sals cheap, by J. H. RILEY It CO. novl4 A LARGER STOCK OF NEW FURNITURE than has ever been exhibited at one time in this city, is now open for inspection, and on sale at our ware-rooms. We otfer great inducements to persons desiring to buy Furniture for cash or on short time. We will enumerate some uf our stock, which consists id part of the following : SOFAS la prices ranging from $20 to tli ; Sociables, Tete-a-Tetes, lounges, Sofa-lleda. mauuuam r vitAiiix t rom a) to 4 a set ; iioca-Ing Chairs from $'4 to S1H ; we have a few large Easy Chairs, very line, for t'25. UEMJUK, till'Z, Hilt A, VAUO and i'lUK TAB LBS, With marble aud mahogany tops. HUHEAUS Plain and '.Mahogany, Dressing and Common prices ranging from 7 to i50 apiece. A7-'( ilETAIiVS With glass mirror doors; Secretary Ft Lgars, n very nice article for bedrooms or study. BUDSlKAUSVMa (or common French,) Cottage, Jenny l.ind, Klizahethean, full French, and indeed, all va' rieties ; prices ranging from $'2 00 to $50. VUAlltS Windsor Chairs, a variety of patterns. CAtiH CUAIHSW'n have a good supply, and at re Jjic!jn'c. o also manuiacturu .ua tikXS1'.3oi an ainas. We shall be ready to take, at fair prices, the furnishing of houses throughout. Also, Puhllc Institutions, or whatever comes within our line. In conclusion, we may say that we will not spara any . pains to aalicfy the most incredulous, in prices and quality. Nearly all of the above ware la made at our manufactory on the east hank of tho canal, at the foot of South street. The UXDERTAKISa will still recotve our prompt and careful attention. Collins, Shrouds, Hearses ana Car ria-es always on hand. Also, the Metallc Burial Cases. BllOTHEKUN fc HALM, Warerooms lu Uibbs' Building, liigu street, near come of Rich. sepia Great Excitement in New York! PIANOS AND MELODEONS FOR CASH. HORACE WATERS, the great Music and Piano Forts-Dealer, 13 Broadway, New York, preferring to share a large per cent with his customers, rather than pay it to the Sliarpcrs of Wall atreet, to raise available means to euable him to stem the present tight times, offers bis Immense assortment of elegant aud warranted Pianos and Melodeons at a large discount from factory prices, for cish ills assortment comprises Pianos from threa of the largest aud most celebrated Boston manufactories ; also thoso of several of the best Now York makers, Including the b.i nitiftil and much admired Horace Wratera Pianos from his own factory, and Melodeons of the best Boston, New Haven, New Yhrk and Buffalo makes : affording an npportun lor selections not to be had elsewhere. Each instrument warranted. Second-hand Pianos at great bargainsprices from $00 to $100. Muelo and Musical Instruments of all kinds. Dealers, Teachers and Heads of Schools supplied on tho best forms. Music sent by mall post paid, tieneral aud Select Catalogues of lluaio and Schedule of factory prices of Pianos, Melodeons and musical instruments forwarded to any address, free of post-ago. suptl0-d3m tea, lig nrnonY's superior book and news inr on sole at Journal office, at New York prices. All order will be promptly executed. jnne9.7 READ THIS. THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE now sole Agents for the sale in Columbus and vicinity of the celebrated Writing Iuk of Rideout, Orooley k Co., of Philadelphia. Tills Ink is free from all the defects of Ink now In use, nnd Is warranted to he free flowing, Incorrosire, Indelible, and good colored Black Ink ; and will not gum, crust, ovapoi-ate, or eat up steel pens during the intervals of use. It will nut talc n injury by froei-ing. and cannot bo washed from paper either with water or acids. KAN'n.-VLIi, ASTON ft LOSO, Booksellers, next door to Clinton Bank. N. B. Merchants and Oulcurs can havo a smaU bottU gratis, for the purpose of trying it, hy calliugon R. A. &L. auglt ITiRESH HOI'S, (EASTERN,) NEW SUPPLY, just received hy 1. tt. COOK. PAINTS. CKOTON, MET ALIO AND FIRE-X proof Paints, in oil and dry. White lead and all dry paints, er varnish. Varnuhcs leather, concn, japan ana innta For sale by nov7 j. k. tuua NEW BOOKS JUST RECEIVED AT RI-l.KY'S. OIT Hand Takings, or Crayon Sketches of the Noticeable Mon of the Age, by lioo. VV. Bungay. Embellished with 111 steel engravings. Fifty Years In both Hemispheres, or Reminiscences ot . the life of a former Merchant, by Vincent Nolte. Youth of Thos. Jefferson, or a Chronicle of College drapes at Williamsburg, Virginia, in Hot. Our Honeymoon, and other Comicalities from Punch, an endless feast of Fun. llumorand Sunshine, for the beueflt of tlie Dvspeptie. Tinted engravings. The American Cottage Builder, a series of Plans, Designs and Sperilleatlons, from $S00 to $-.10,000, for Homes for the People. Ily John Bullock. Poetical Works of John Milton, new edition,!! vols., with Notes and Life of the Author. By John Metford. poets and Poetry of the Ancient Greeks, 1 vol.8vo., with an historical Introduction and a brief view of Grecian Philosophers, Orators and Historians. By Abraham Mills, A.M. Tho Master's Ilouse, a tale of Southern Life, Illustrated by drawings from Nature. The works of Fisher Amos, with a solectton from his Speeches and Correspondence; Edited by his son Seth Ames. '2 vols. 8vo. Hard Times, a new Novel, by Charles Dickens. Tho Pilgrims of Walsingham, or Tales of tha Middle Ages, an Historical Romance, by Agnes Strickland. For sale at tho Now Bookstoieof J. H. RILEY Si CO. The Trade supplied. angli ('oliinibui, St. Louis nud New Orleans. its FIRST CLASS ROUTES FROM COLUMBUS TO CHICAGO, Thi'iirc by Cliic:iao ami Mississippi Railroad. A N AIR UNK'ltOUTE FROM CHICAGO ii to Ft. liuis. U. S. Mall and Express Route, carrying tlie fireat Southern and Southwestern Malls. Two through Passenger Trains daily, Sundays excepted, connecting wilh the Michigan Central and Southern Railroads. Leave Chirngo. Airlve at St. Loul'J Pay Express 9 16 A. M. 11.00 P. U. Night Express 1 S P. M. P2.30 P. M. Trains run diroctlv through without change of cars or higtfugo, connect in'g at Alton with dally line of Packets for Hannibal Quincv and Keokuk, and t St. Louis with FIRST CLASS nKAMERS Fillt A'i'lP ORLEANS. funning the must direct, expeditious and only reliable route to the Snilhwost, hy whirls passengers may avoid the vexatious delays of Ohio river low water navlgatiou. Time from Columbus to St. lnils, 110 hours. ThcChlchgiiand Missis'lppi Railroad is within five miles of an air line throughout its entiro length thirty-eight miles less distance to liloomltigton and Sprlugtleld, than Aurora and Illinois Central route, and la the only Railroad from the Lakes Vo the lower Mississippi. RICHARD P. MlllWAN, Jr., Sup't, Alton, 111. E. P. HUUJSTER, tlen'l I'assengi-r Ag't, Chicago. ncU-illwlhu OSIE11Y AND GLOVES IN GREAT VA mayll gNOWDF.N'H.
|Title||Daily Ohio State journal (Columbus, Ohio : 1848), 1854-12-06|
|Date of Original||1854-12-06|
|Source||Call number: N 100, Daily Ohio State journal (Columbus, Ohio : 1848), 1854-12-06 18 113|
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|Title||Daily Ohio State journal (Columbus, Ohio : 1848), 1854-12-06 page 1|
|Submitting Institution||Ohio History Connection|
|Full Text||5 ' ! X VOLUME XVIII. COLUMBUS, WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 6, 1854. NUMBER 113. ! (DjjiD talc Journal 19 PrnLISHKD DAILY. TRI WEEKLY AND WEEKLY Wf THE (J INI) STATE JOURNAL COMPANY. Incorporated under the General Law. TERMS, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE Li hit CUT snbscribers $8 00 per year. -Mail ..4 6 00 " By the Carrisr, cor week l'J; c(s. Txi-Wnnclt . ; , . a uu per yeor. i 00 Clnba of ten andover 150 " TkRMil OF ADVERTISING BY THE SQUARE. I TEST LINKS OR IE3.S MAKE A UUIUKB.) 09 suture 1 year . . $-0 Oil ; one square 3 weeks .$3 M One 9 months 16 00 ; one one one on. one 1 weeks.' . 2 Ml . 1 SO . 1 US . 1 'J6 . 1 )0 l)n ' One " One One " One ' Diplaye 6 mouths 12 00 : 3 month! 8 00 ; i months II 00 ; 6 weokl 6 00: 1 week . . 0 'lays. . . 4 days . . , 5 days.. . 1 month 4 60 one I advertisements half 1 insertion 60 more than the above ra tes Advertisements, leaded and placed in the column of 1 'Special Notices, " dovUe the ordinary rales. All notices required to be published by law, Irl ratos f ordered on the inside exclusively after the first week, 5 ) per cent, more than tho above rates ; but all such will appear in tho Trl-Wecklv without charge. Business Cards, not exceeding five Unci, per yoar, In-side. $'2.60 per lino ; ontsi.ti 12. Notices of meetings, cliaritablo sooieties, fire companies, &c, half price. Advertisements not accompanied with written directions will bo Inserted till forbid, and charged occord-l rntlv. All transient advertisements must be paid in advance. Wfekiy Ono square one week, 50 cents ; two weeki, 7Sc ; three weeks, $1 ; one month, $1,25 ; three months, 88,50 ; six months, $1 . one rMr, jio. Under tho present system, the advertiser pays so much fur the spaeo he occupies, the changes being chargeable with the composition only. It is now generally adopted. BUSINESS CARDS. DENTISTRY. NIL SWAIN, M. D., DENTIST AND MAN- ufacturerof Mixer.iI Tktiii. Officonnd resideuoo ut Dr. lde'aold atind, opposite I-'.xchango Hank. Chloro-torm adraioistored. Superior Tooth Powder always on hand. scptl2-dly. CHASE HOUSE, OORNKit OF SUPERIOR STREET AND PURUC P0UARF, CI.EVFL.VN0. O. n. a. cnAis a sov, . juneii-dly. Faorr.irroR J. U. Paul, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION M2It-chant, Pealor l;i Pro.luce, FUh, Salt, Flour, Wheat. Corn, Uto, Clover an Timothy Keed, eat end of N'atiotiel I'rldire. 'Colnmlms, O. anplO-dlT ITTI.Mi Ar iOUI)ON, PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 4 SPEAR'S WfUIlF, BALTIMORE, NO., MAKE CASn ADVANCES ON CON.SIGN-rnents of Diem, Lird, Butter, Flour, Whisky, Cot tim and Tobacco. f3-Cordon. Mntthows St Co., Wheeling, Vs., 'ill r.1'0 inalie advances on thinmnts to our Uouse. oetlO-Sm NKII. IfOUSK SALOON. TO EPICURES. THIS WELL KNOWN Fstablishment has lately been refurnished, nnd will iie-'p constantly on hsnd in ee ison, all kinds or irunej Fish and Venison. Oysters by tiio C.in. Kil? and D.irrel rocclvo I dally from Dalliiuoro. 11. C. WKLCII. ocfJC-d3m Stip'rin'tndtrt IUwm FaraSshiaj and Stovo Depot, brown-s nrocif, Siati Sired, Opposite to the American Hotel, Columbm, O A LAttGE STOCK OF MARBLEIZED MAN- jTX TKLSaal Grates, irith and without summer frouti, .nut rocoive I, nnd f'.r Hah cheap. Htovkj. I'avl.ir, Hall, Dining Room and CwtcPtoro-i, fnr -A'.rnd or ciial, a l.ire varloty, and at pri.e-i to suit tho time. I haro the oolobni-ei tirviWAnr Srovn, ths motf per-f:ct C'-wfc A';nv mwufattarri, i-ie Qilts of tub Wcjt and t'ue AcitOiu Co-ii-sStove, wi'h afcdinnloor in front. T!ieo a tores have boon long known, severely taU-l, and have acquired a reputation unprecedented. Z'x'ra plt'.txfurni'h c I promptly, an-l at a mvltratc prict. Hy stock of House Furnishing Goods h very coinplto. i'lftriished Oyster Cookers, Tin Ware, & Jon VfoitK PHOMTLY AtrKVDrp TO BV OOOft WnnitMKN. KtS-(Ur 1. K. WUWHlHiK. IBM. Neil Housa Hat Storo. 1351 "IIIjTjETT & CO.,VIIOM23ALK and RETAIL vT Dealers in litis, Capi and dtraw iiond-i, aro now in vejeipt of our Spring and Sinnmor Styloa, to which we would re poet fall y invito tlm attention of Dalors and nil in want of Goods in our line. Our rtnorlmnt is now rompUto, e:ulir.iciu almost every style w-rn either eat t west, ara-m which are Gent1 Ettra M'ilekin, Prab, iO.irer audGwImro II.it; HanamA, Canton braid, lVial, Lrrhora, China I'oarl, tf.triacabos, Pearl Straws, Talm Laf and Canada S4-at.- a fair asnrtmenl for children. lino Mimas' Hliwin Cip f'ir men anl boys, and mm tac tared to order. WrT (iootw will b tvtv aj low a the lowut, for Cash or approved orodit, i-trn of tho OiTlUt, Sci tliuse Guildin;;. pr5 All ERIC YN HOirSK. ROSTOV. w ITU TIIIJ ADDITION, IS THE LARGEST and liost arraniyed Hotel in New England, and tho subnbr toS teavo to call attention to lis nrip.lloent , Centro Ta))l(i of pvc - of lho ll(,ko e l vn arran-cmenU and superior accommodations. 1 1m iurui- , H.iT0HY of GR1!BrB llom th(, oarUe!lt tim0!i to the Rn. ture is mado to combine u'.Uity and convenience with Ins-' )n;in ronflU(.,t including the History of I.it-niture and urious ease and comfort. Tiio drawiu- rooms are im.t ; Art, lv Vm flmm L witU H Avvenix bv elojantly appointed the suit, ot room well arranged tor , w iWe A, M. niastrnted bv one hundred F.i-taiailiesand large traveling parlies, tho sleeping apart jjyj,,,,,, vo incms commouioui ana wen yenu wci, ami n iu p..- . ortioo ol them|