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eser!',p",,V OLUM BUS, MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 15, 1856 NUMBER 107. VOLUME XX. III A.. IB yTVJk. II 1 1 (V 1 II wammmamm - , . , i i t r a I i C 11 I? IT (i I J I S T S n 17 V n I i i it U journal ItJ fpRUHbtU DAILY, Tltl -WEliKXY AND WEEKLY BT WW. SCUOUI.EII, Editor. Tiiu-Iiivuriiilily iu Advance. i ,. I0.no per year, u Hr the Carrier, par week . . llis' ta-iv. Wuwiiv 3 o per year. 'ff " Clubs of teu aud over 1 SO " I'KliMS OF AtiVEKTHlNQ BV TIIK S0.UARR. (Tim UNO) OU l.l AH1 A aonsBI.) (l ,,u..ro 1 year ..T0 00 ; oue square ' week.. .$. 60 (l it- " months IV! Oil ; one " '1 weeks.. . 3 00 II. i. " IS iii .nllo- i 00 ; one " I week. .. I M "months 8 00 ; oue " :i days 1 00 ,. months tl 60; one " iidays.... 16 0,i.. " 1 mimtb 4 60 ; nne ". 1 insertion 60 displayed a.lieitfmeiit half mure than the above raies. A Iveriiwi'icnl". leaded in" placed in the column of Hiam'.i'vI Noiioes," duuMt Mr. uritiiiiiry ram. Ail notices required lii ho published by law, legal rates, .i..r.i .... 1 1n i ii4i.1m exi lusivelv alter the Brut week, no ...a cut. more than the alioTe rates ; but all such will appear I.. Hie Tvi Wi'ekly without charge. ..n,, Cards, not ejcecliiiit fire lines, per year, In h.-ju -..oil ...r line ; outside a. . .ii.:..H iii meetings, nl.sritulile ainiielias, Hr oompe ,, ... c, half price. I in ia.;e notices itl ceulrt. ' nn iiuMny mill tlu) ap ,.,,.1', i.iii, klii( nr. vitoiliseiueiils not accompanied with written direo-l . ,, will he inserted till t'orb.d, and charged anoord . . i. I (rnasiciii mltrtummlt ' wlranai. i.; i nilo will not he varied from. V,..,,,,-. anie price an the Daily, where the advertise! ..: iv,...i. ..I.,. i.i. Where Hie Hailv au.l Wonkly .,,ii Im.iIi i.."l, then the charge for the Weekly will lie hull lli:- tale ol th uaiiv. i!,l..r '.he miim'lit JV31.Mii. til advertise! pave Hi. iiil.ti lor I mi pa'-e he oocupieii, the chanie betog w ., cmile with tlieei'iiiiwirtilion only. Thin plan ia now (eoei illy ailoliled n. V. IJLLKV, I50UK.-15I.NDER, Ami 15 1 it ii U Itook tiaiinlurinicr, ll'tijk street, between iiroad and (lay sis. 17(1 0O1.UMDIJ8. OHIO. 1UI.I.I A.H .,..lill iflOOToi, SHOfcMAKER.k Hit, 11 Hi., KH'tT Hin, HI UMtlVH .-.iniiu .-i iimiii "... aprai , 1 CDLVUBVS. I'tlli.. It. I'ltilliJtfc. i .vi Mifiiirnr, iSiuvfiyiir am! ltniiislilsmuii, llishite H Ml.iCK, over mituniii e, ilidi Siii'i'l, ;ilinnliilM, Olii". t i.l. M.MliS Ul' l.A.NH ANIi KNijlNHKU- i i ll. .Smviniiii: ami leveling, Muppii'K I , ..i.u.'al end .r.:lnlcct urnl ilrawmit, pri.Llptly and 11.1 1 1 , , lie 1. 1 1 1 JT CAi'r u 1 1:. .. .(I In .H. I.. .-ulhmnt, K' j., Joliniirabaui, Kkii.,001. .l.-.l.l.'y, t: K .y.ll dl'ilivly DENTIST kt. , . II. SIVAIiN, I) t. N T 1ST, e-,vfVro' Wow BlooK, iiiM)Mli: lilt) iNtiili; lluiiM', High iStrert. Hit.lil wry I CHAUNuCY N. OlDo, A T T O II N E Y A T Ij A. W , oi. airs, ullio. (llliiY. hi tlifi (Menu liihhluig, lligli Mrect, UOOM NO. 2, VP STAllCS. iiiulur ol' (lie Piituu Forte. i-'.r l.'iinti. .Sin., apply at r.min .T-, Neil Hi.ne, or fill-i.i.'. Mil ic Store. leejr.ifi-lyil ; .Kii'Pi-iiK row . KASHION ABLE MllLINE, (Ol II KI ANO Of ellAM IIY a IIAl.l.,) Ulan HTRKKT, VOI.VMHUa. -Slia Hate Hh'ached nod I'reawil. aprlO ly '"" JAS. riADDocir"s;imir" 4 I- T O It 1 P. V T Ij A illliit in tli ii Culiimliian lluililiii!(. (M.ir.uiu s, (into. in-Silly aiXkn (J. tijIirman; rtM.H.tlitl N o. OH I'HIi O M H Mi 11 H I' It K K T, iili2ii ly Between h'riend and Mound ma. u cii.iMi'i.. r. i.oniii a. waikit It. K. H V1IIMON .V CO., ORAl.KKH IV wi.3 mm i.H. i na fAVIIlillHll-, ll'IT Kl.HO, MWTIIRHX, J,v I II.I.K A.J HMVKXMTII. V n i.l mid i Mli.-.o near li.'iilrna.l llep.it, m.VSB COI.IIMIIIIS, U. ST A ilKII m SMITH, AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS Votumtiut, Ohio. ho u! Heal Kitnte, .Stneka, llmineholil furniture, Dry-;Iom1h, tirncerieH, llor.ieM, I 'an'iaiil'H, Aifl., Ate, altended ii iu city or uoutitry, on the inoiit reanonahln terms, l.'tieral ndvHiiceii on coniiijniiu.ntH decl-illy M U S I TO TLI03 WHO UiflSIKK TO .S1NG i with Hit Mnnt mi'l ttntlwJuniUnij aIiio," we oil.tr our t.t'rru'H-as IVaou'."!. ol' Miimcul Nuta 4 will temili n i.i.-tw "U imoay vhuiuk ni ei:ri nHiik ami aim on Tliurnflnv ovtminjr. Kor full pB Ihth, i'n cimilfin Our riHim im Hupnlic'l with now of JUnon 4 liamlin'r' t:elcbrHtml OkiaN Kakmo.viah, willi wlm-li llin vh'k will hp ttcroaipauifd nnl iw1itim-t. ri- tmiH for walp t 0. tiiliHtt'n ilame 8toi, tliM Houk 't-irvr. itti'l tin- rn. i.i.-, M l"in f ri-Y Ji vknii.k Ci.ahs, HUii'lay I' M,, ii! H o rlot-k. IV n Ihmhi.hn only 50 run tit. 8. It IMilTS, liimcitir. iw I S. roItreC, I'mnist (iOlirOM iSc ASTON, ii.th dlHP.p.l. IK I'WfcKN tihuAij Al (iAV. ('oIiiiiiImih Ohio TANUFACTU UKHS UK OUIM'KK, TIM. IV JL And htHt Iron Witro, aoutluQA t kip on hand one ot tti larMHt mid hunt AHorTinnotri of Articles in I htMr tin" "vm Uiouhl to thin mmtcHi. Tiiy Itcep four titiiH ot Hot foun t Cooking Nlovr, inn of tliu moiit ttonroviul iliriritr Hut tp:3 tt'n nw iu Uh It iti more partio- m M dliul.v adnpiPd tor wwrt, out ninr hp unn wiru cvm. iuy warrant thmn to gtvHiitir datliitaciion, or no bI. f Alrto, Tniv ifluck Diumniiit, Imi, Air-TiRltt, AMI Sliir of tin WcHt Cooking SI,it.?h. wtti'jh ai" I Int'iTui t hi' liut Sto?iHfor hut ning hil uididou muI A In. I, niFMirU PAfif.dH AM) ttUX S'lilVKH. AUn, a Kiwi mocliof l uriii-iliini? (iuo.iM.tinfoa, KirriKHr aittrn, c f!htn, Watt' lUmleih, I'uinim, ,lpan Warn, liinl Cnttn, iMT(th BalhiriK CuM, Kite (J rat en, jr Hrictt, t'')pu-r ami Uiiihh KmIHh, fto. riiiwciat nlttuiiion pat., to Koofinj, Mpoiitiug , ('op per .Smith Work, ftml lub Work ifeutirally. auO tlly Kdzic's J-ain "Water Filters " 1 fully It'tttxtl I'v fnmiltH in IhUcity v.iiicU moil elswln,i) and in all nni'n li.ivo ifiTon the hihwit. atif fact inn Unitiwa-lr of whnti'vcr colnr. Inula or Hinoll, hy thia miatm t toco mo h rIhet hh cryntnl, ma-kiln? it inurh hettwr for drinking or ruli-nary purpoKfa. Valir lima oltored, ia rnnuinly bttr for h-tilth, vhiln lli'Tfin also a grttat Haying in the mali:u nT tea, kfl., iitht loir.l wair. iii7 'lly iloitTON oi aIOX. LATENT -I.VNlf: ICiMU l;. ItTK DKSIItR TO CALL ATTKNTION TO V V thn ahovn I'ati'tit, ah hi'iiib: thp;li('ap(-t and mont duuilde bir proof Hooting Mat rial rmw in nn and in wvory way far superior any othr. II neitlittr ruua in hot our firaclia in cld weatlir, hot. rotuatim touh and pliahlH through all KfaHoun, It in but about half th ex-Piiihh of iin, and far more durahln, in proof of which wo riMer to many thou ,iim miliar" of ItoolitiK in Bulla-to, Cleveland, and throturhout the wtHt. It ran b ap-pllad to Lin, iron, aod old rthtntfle roln willioitt runiovinir thHin. All ordnra aldroJr:.l to qk at Culumhiia, Chlo. will bt piomplly attnndi'd to. . II HUJII CO., oi v .id tjal OlHre with A. .foiiDn .V Co., iU HiKh hL hi k I trST liUCF.LVED" J Another Hiipplv (,f Burrowe'A eeli-briiteil IxinB on (Ky.) UDMTAItli, acknowledged by all epiciirea to be ne nam article ol tua kind extant. Km ale by Jl GEO, MCDONALD A 1 Ij K I. J A IJ - IVY L I j 1VU A k). iyvuuiuiu, Xi X UUU1U . . i MAU1ETTA AND CINCINNATI AND lllLLSBOJRORAI LROADS. Opened to itbena, 157 nilleg Eart ul Cine Innall. "1'IME CHANGED, M ilk ins lir:ct Connections with tieiolo Ar HiH kinv Valley ltailroiid. Daily Traim hetwwn fortsinoaih St Cinrin- niiu, ana aiums & uiuciuuuu. "N AND AKTKR MONDAY, Till! Of J NOVKMHKIt, ls.ni, Hie Irair.s will run a lol htfa, uutil tui tiler notice: Kirat rram Loavea Cllillicotbe at 6:46 a. TO., and rives Bt Cincinnati at 10:16 a. m., and at Colmnbuaat 3:10 p. m. Conneotlun with train 1 r Minimum' at man Chester. Second Train Leaves Athens at 7:30 a m;Cliillicotlieat i on n m . eimnectinir witn Train from rortnuiouin at Hatnden and to Uillsboro' at Blanclienter and arrives at Cincinnati at 5:30 p. m., and tJolumbusat u:up. in KEl'lTHNINti: Firet Train Leaves Cincinnati at 6 00 a. m., and Chilllcollie at 1:30 p. m., and conneotiu(r with flills- boro' and l'ortsmoutn Trains, anu liiieniieiiiaiij p.oum, aud by stage with Marietta, l'oraoroy, Parkembin i;, and other points. Second Train Leaves Cinoinuali at 3.30 p. in., ami ar rives at Ohlllicothe at 8:1S p. m., and nt llillnlmro' at 6:110 p. ra. Fare from Chillicolhe to Coluinlma 3.40 i ' ' C'inciniiilti ''.lO " " Alliens " 4'7fi IIILI.SBOHO' TRAINS Leave Hilleboro' at 0:46 a.m. and at 10:10 a m. and arrive at Blaucheater at 7:36 a. ni., anil at 12:30 p m. KcturuiiiK, leave HKncbester at 7Mfi a. m. and r:')ri p m., and arrive at Uillsboro' at 9 36 a. in. and at 0 ..( p. in. Tickets can be had of U. L. Dolicrty, tJolumOiis Keput, P. W. Stridor, corner Dnmilway aod Front t., Cincin natl; Little lliaiui K. K. Depot, and at nil of the princi. pal rttatioiw on the M. & C. M. It. nn4 JHHM WAI)DI.K, Supt. :iv,'laiil, Coin i A 'JiM,linmtl it ll,ito,l). Winter irranijemeiit for Tliv Trains fmilj from Coliiuitmrt, in coniioo-linn with Triiiim on Iho tittle Miami, nml Colunilm and .Varna (Ciiilroml. I IS XI' UESS TKAIN AT U)M A. M.; J . rftoppuiK at Dalawaro, Cardington, (Jaliiin, (!retline Jln.lliy, .Now Uindonanil Oration, ai-rivin at Cleveland t nil I .1 irivinir nnseenirnrs roKTT suNurmt lor dinner and ouiineot inn wilh the3:l I'. U. Kant Knprees Train on the Lake SIi.ii I. Ki.sd tor Hunlilrk, HullHlo, .ew orli, nr.. I'his 'train ciiiiii-'Ct.. at linlion with the Hidli'fnnlMino aod lndlauat.nlin Hailloa.l, at Crestline with the 1 :30 Kxpreai. Train on tne Oiiio and I'eonMylvaiiia Itailroad for 1'ille-nurith, rliilndelpina, KC, .. 'he Ohio and Indiana Kail-road for Kort Waviio: at l.ialt.ri with the 3:1;. P. M. Train tor Toledo and Chicano, rei.chin. ChicnKo " o'eluck neit nioruili, i. Mail Train at ):30 p. t.; ntnppiut; at all way eta-(.tons between Ciiluinbiirt and Cleveland. arriiiu At Clev, laud at tf:16 I'. M., conuectmut at CreHtlme Willi 0:00 P.M. Kaet I'rain on the Ohio and Pennsylvania Itinlfna'l tut r'ittaburiih. Ac., with the tJhii. ana Ui.tiri.oa. Ktlroa.l foi Kort Wayne, c.j at Cleveland with ttie!l:30P. M. Nluht Kxprese Train on the Lake .shnre Hsilroad lor Hie hant. U. Nmht Kxtiniss at ri.lb f. M. : etoppiuit at Helaware and all way stations North of New London and lenvln paBSi'DirerHatsIl way HtatlouM.conneciinnaii.reiiiiine wui. the 5'Uli A. M. Train on thi- Ohio an'! 1'i.nioivlvainie Hell road at Hraflon with the Toledo Day K.r press lurJIlleaxu, arriving at Chiea;n at O:30 I'. M.,coum:elluKat elevelaud with the UoruniK Irani on tne t.ase nnnre nanroan lor Dunkirk, Bullalo, New-York, n. Knr tl.rii.mli and local Ticliats apply at the fickot Ollioe in the passenger Depot ol the Cleveiaud, Cnlmuhiis and Cincinnati, and Little Miami, Columbus and Xema itailroad Comnnnies. K. ri. FLINT, Columbus, Nov 111, IXM.-ilii .nyrniiiiewi ( i: i k.i, oiiio KAiii itd.iii. BBS IIK.N'l, .SliesKlNTSMIKMr's UfKIirK, t'. t). K. It., I '. VV.I I, I H. AII1.I1HI 1. IK.1,)!. t nNTUi FLTKTUEK NOTICE, A PASSKN-tlun vill hu MttniTiiatd In t.lits l'rtiiht ln.in luuninn r'..l..i.iinrf l J -4)ll A M ntonni n it it I tinitil h mi the road ttt ri'ccivi or put oil painentTH, at riving nt jinnAVlle at lu ui A, M. KturDiug, ivaTCa 7.;itieavillf At H:i0 A. M., and arriving at CoIimhIhiu 4:10 . M Riiltt ni l n iip.it rp.iuvi sn( ohii i rmp i I 11TI.K itllAAIl ANU COLUMKUSifc XENIA XJ KAILUOADw Trains run helween CoIiiiiiIiiih and i'liiciunati, an follows : 1mWNVAKI. til'WAKI). JiavH ColumhiiN. i -li A. 11. 1 (iM. M 9;0 I. M Arrlvn at I.ar Ciutuniiati. 0 00 A. M III DO " 0:(H) I M. Arrive at I'oluinbuM. i:6fiA. H. o .V'O V. M. 1I;,I0 CltlOIIKIKti. 8 0UA.M. t i:i l. M Th ti 16 A M. Train from Columbun couuectH at Xt-nia for Dayton, Richmond, ludianapolia, ljilayftl , Chicago, rit. Ltniia, and all polntawent ; coimitctH at Morrow t'-r WihniiiKlon'irolevillnHnil Lancaster, and at hovvlandV for BUUhorouKh and Chillicotlie; aNo onuHrlinn; nt Cin oinnati for Lfttuirtville hy th ntiatH. The V. Si. Train, from Coliiinhus, connm U at London for priuilield, hay ton, ludiatiapoliH, con-nectiiiK at Xema for Dayton, Richmond, JmhanapoliH, Lafayette, Chirni(o, St. Louia, and all pointu went ifioont'rt ing at Morrow for Wilmington, Circlevilln and l.aocaNter and at rovelandn, for llillnborouh aud Chillicntlui; snd at Cincinnati with th (, ti M. K. K. for Louinviltn. The 8 .10 I. M. Train from (!oluinhua nonneetH at Irfin-don tor Springfield; and at Xtmia lor Dayton, Richmond, Indianapolis, I'orri' H uili, Viu('im'H and xi. IjOiuh r knvothr intonuation apply to T. l.orou, An;tiit, or M. L. IXuiihiy, lirlirL Aknnt, t.'idunihuN U. Wkuiiit, Agent, Spriimthdd; A. W. Htakr, Annt Xi'itia; A. II. Lkwih, Agent, or I'. W. SrRAnint, fienrnl InUit Agent, (JinrinnaH. W. n. CLKMKNT. of.4 XtirMTiTttmrliW I'o 11m; Citl.i'iit ol I -ol ii in hits. pilB wSUliSCRIBKU, UAV1NH HAD A 1. largo experieiiKu in the bii!iinH!iH a ml fotiwiug the wanta of the ritixon, has oui'lii'li'd to entatdiHh a line of CI TV HACKS, to run to and from any part of thocity. My Camagea ar all new and Oonvenient. To the Ladiea thin will fiord a confAiiiont oppuriunity of ajhopptng, attending Puhlin I rt urea, or of virdluig the Jiiferunt l'ublic luNtitutioni. By learing word at the IT rutin. Staten Hate!, Capital HoubH, Amwrloau, Neil Hon ho, or Bnckeve Houhh, all orders will be promptly attended to, tf'iT re each way, 16 r.tinta. 4Alineot UMNIIKIK will noon he run regularly from the Court House In the Hit iiroad OpotH, Fare too nentiteuch way. T1I0S. BI.(k:kwY marln-dti A BARGAIN IN A FARM. 100 AUKKSUK LAND iSIX MILKS FROM Jl' Wortlilugiou, 7li arrea ot whicbaieina high niate of cultivalioD. Improvements cunnibt of a gioU bih'k hoiihft ot nil roomn, nlao a lare barn nith Ntabliug for eight or teu nor anu, uIho aix arreB of graflori It nil. TnU iak complete place, and will be nold for .i(.()0t in payments. liiiU.root IUKKK CJllUs, flail's Htitldlnir. A Farm Wauled. A fJKNTLEMAN NOW RESIDING J.. In Washlntou city, Is duslrous nf excbaiiifing Real Estate in that city or Baltimore, for a small p'nrui with go. 1. 1 buildlnirs, fruit, A o. in the nolgbborhond of Coluiubns Tlio property in Bultimoro Is Improved wltb substantial Krk-k Dwelling flotisos. Further pur-llculari may he Ascortained by Inquiry of Ibn Junior of this paper. I .ill Wi ni it ) w sTTATT;s7AliTiTrAi' VAiiTRTV ' of patterns iu tlold and colors. In tT Hol.ands at whotetiale mid ri'h.il. Wiuilnw Ceruic. s and Curtain Bands. New patterns nf Loops, Ceutre TansolH, fir., Ac. A full supply lor salt by "'! -LJI. KII.KV Hi CO. Latest Books Out. " IAHF1):" A TALK OF TIIK OUKAT IIS- J MAI. PWaMI'; by Harriet Beeclmr hli.we, author ol 'l.'ncle Tern's Cahiu." 'I volu , lUiun. $17',. This hunk is creating quite a sennilion and nulls rspidly. THU tH'TUKKAK I V KKKK.llllM : or the Kniiinn t'atlio-Ifc Kli'ioeut in American History. 1'Jinn. H. Hy Ins tin It. Fulton. OI.IVKK CKDMWKI.I,: or FnK'laud's (ireal 1'iolector. l'.!mii 91. By Henry Wm. Herbert. MKX'lt'O Its Peasants ami Pricls. l'iiio. $1. Ry B. A. Wilson. T K M.MIO'N AUNT, and the I'sn of Sunshine. LOUIS NAI'lll.KON, and the Bouapnrte Family: hy Henry tV. He I'uy. TIIK REPUBLICAN PAHTV AND ITS CANDIDATES: with True Likenesses of Fremont ain.l Dayton; an accu rate History of this party ill the Tinted Mutes from ill. origin In i7O0. to its dissolution in IH.'t; of the U'tiigaud lieuioci'st.ic parties during the iutericginim, and its re forinntioii iu IHnti; by Ben. F. Hull. bl'Z paifcs, l'Jnio. Price $1. For sale by sel7 rttvPALL A"TDN h(C COPIKS SOLD! THE KWUlT UU,UUU UCAN SONGSTER. Singly cents; per dozen tl. &5 RANDALL A A8ION. 'laiiiiiiiiiia Great National Route TO THE ICAST AND WEST. 5& urn .- (Antral Ohio Uailroad, C'OMJ.MHUS ANI WHEELlNti. TWO TRAINS LkAVE COLUMBl'S HAII.V, (Mpnbavh C...au.'Bn HOINU FAST. lue Exprtu Train. Columbus 10:00 A a Newark " Zanesville 1-4 o .. Cambridice li:!' o . HMlluiTH. 4:30 " Mail Train 11 :25 r I .OS A Ml - 0:30 These trains nuke close connections at Bellaire with the BALTIMORE Ac OHIO BAILKOAD, FOB Biiltimore, Wasliinittou City, plini, New York, nutl a I Eii-,tvra Cities. flOINtJ WEST. u:v Kzprtst Train. Bullaiie 1! 00 I'. Camhriilxe .:31 ' Zanesville ti:0f " Newark '10 " Ar. CulumbuB 8 3 " IMiiladcl I the Mad Train 0:30 A M K;0li " 11:40 " 10-.4S " l'J ld P.x These trains make close connections at Columbus with L. M , & C. flt X., and C, P. & I. Lailrnads, for Cii.t'iniiati, Dayton, IndiannpoliH, Chi CHgo, SI. J. on is and the KA'TIRK GREAT WEST Thrimh Tirkrts can he had at all Hit nlmne namea Points. TO WAY PASSENGERS. Trains tucU way will stop at all Stations on proper signals oetOK i(iven. t ON MICTIONS. (It)lN'll KAST. The lo.oi.i A il. Kpri'Hs Train ci'uoects at toluml.uB with the J..xr.i'ens Train whi.'h l.-nves Cincinnati at o A, M. and with the train from the West on the Columbus, Pin.ua, and Indiana Kntlroad; at Newark with morning train lor anilusuy, siaiiHueiu anil mount vuinon, and with fraiitiioi! tin. SleulienviUe aud Indiana Itailroad st uYllnii'n with Kxpress Train on the Baltimore aud Ohio Kailroa.i lor Baltimore, WiiHhin.?! on, Philadelphia and kantiiril Cities. The 11 -tit P. M. Mail Train connects at tXiluinbns wltb Train from Cincinnati; and at Kellaire with morning Tram on Baltimore and Ohio Rail-roml, arrtviult in Hal titnore al :4fi A M., connect inn with train:! ;or all the Kn.tt"rn rules tioiNt) wvyt. The 6'30 A. M. Mail Train connects at Bollnire with Ninlit Trains on the Bull, undo K. It.; at Newark with lraiiis to Meiil.eiivtlle, Sandusky, Mansfield and Mount Vernon, and t;lnciiro nut Monroevilte; at Cohimnus with the Trams for Cincinnati, and Willi lrains lorAeuia. Dayton, In-liiinapoliM, ami Chicnuo, via Davton and ei'a lTrh:ina. The'J On P. M .K, press Tisin connects at Bellaire with the hxpressTrainfrnm Baltimore; at..:niesville with the C, W. & ,. It. R. lor Cincinnati; at Newark Willi M. AN. K. 15., aud arrives in Columbus nt 8:30 I. H., and connects with Trains golnj South and Wast, arriving at Clucinnati at :00 A. M. TO ATOIIFIl rKRKlNs, &(', luenville. Joax W. Bsoivx, feji'J Ti'kd Aijtr.l , Coliimbus. iled-rttf 1550. (.rtat WeMern Hoalc. I85ti. (JOLUMi!, FIQUA AND INDIANA SPRING ARRANGEMENTS. QUICKEST AND IliOST RELlABLK ROUTE POH TIXE XiSTTSmT, Two TraitiN Daily Suudayi, Exrpttiil. ON AND AFTl'.ll TUESDAY, S-il'TEMBKR IliTH, ITtAINS WILL KLN AS FOLLOWS: fcJil'KhXSft leaves t.'i.liiinlius at 0:00 A. M; arrives at Ur-bana at H:o0 A. M.;auts I'iqua 1 Oil p. M.;connect-Ing at Drbana with- :.0 I. M. Lightiiiug Enpreiis Train onM. K..t L. fc K. H , lor SPRlNGMI-XD, DAYTON , CINCINNATI, (Direct.) Nochaiigeol cars l.i.tween Uilmua mid Cin- einuati. AImi uoiiiiecltiu; nt Dtytoil with ti:iiin on 0. , jl K R. lor (iKKKNVJI.I.K AND UNION, And Willi Trains on 1). H V. At I.l. C. It. It. lor IINDlANAl'.iLIS, LATAiETTE, CHI-C.lt.Vl'EllllK UAtTE.V sr.LOHlS. Also, coniiecla at llrhana with 1U.IH P. M. Train north on Jl K. At I. K. K. K. inr HFU.MOXTAIXK, vr.l'I'K, tflKEST, FT. H'AI'.VK, (M.VWAM-, Till. H) A i UK'AtlH. And st l'ifii connects with trains on the I). H M K.K. for TROV, DAYTON, Ac, And with Packet line en Miami Canal lor M INST Kit, liUEMEN, ST. MARY'S, iSo. K ETURNJNd, Uaves I'iqua al 'J OOP. M; I'rhana al 3:'J0 I'. M , con ni'Dlllig Willi trains from lliv North on the M. It. & I.. K. B. It. from Chicago, 'loledo, Sandusky, Ac, to Columbus at 0:10 P. M., and connecting with Night Trams lor the Last and North, ACCOMHODAIION leavehColiimhusat.il loA M. ; ai lives at Cibana at .iit P. Jl.; at Piqua ii il P. M ; connect, iug at Urlrnnn with the Jil-00 p. M, Train for llcllt'toiiiiiini', liiiioa, Niiiidnsliy, Tnlriln, I'liir.liK i, At. RETURNING, leaves I'iqua at 6 flu A. M.; arriring nt Urlmnaal 7U0A. M., and at Columbus at 0:07 A. M. ; counectiog with 10 A.M TrainonC.lt. IL r. Inr Zanesville, Wheoliug, Ao.; and with 10 A. M. Train ou C, C. A C. It. K. liirClnvn-land, Pittstiurgh, Ao Fare as Low as b) any other Rout. For further tntiirinatiou, or Through Tickets, apply to II II. HICKLOW, (ieunral Agt., Columbus; WM. UAH. ILDIN, Aift., Urlmna; .1 . H ALL. Agt. , Piqna. ocll3-dwtt U. V i.ii CP, oen'l Agent. Jtt'.AL ESTATE. jroxijxr -at. larviiiaTi., REAL ESTATE BROKER, Dflire in I'lKli'n Bulldtutr, Went of the Tout uftino. HAVJNG ASSOCIATED WITH MK R. L. (JDBB, K:ii., for the purpoHO of doing a fiimemi Afjeucy bujiu'-Hi, w are prepared to Buy, tiell and hi ctiaiue forolbHrn, on the moil accommodating tvruia, allliinda of Heal Property, Uailroad, aud ot. er Bonda and Stork" of all ilcriptionHt and MAKE COLI.ECMO.NEj tv n.M mi iitllil anr'J aprU 11 Vyi- "III". SI ItAU HKKHIPS, JIO! I,Arua'i ASSoUTMKiST OK STRAW-J BKKKY '.ANT of the mont approved kinds, lnclu iiiiig I Arge Karly Scarlet, Bnrr'n No w i'ine, Hovey's ittod ling, Dundee, Hud.ou of Cinniunati, (ien6et, Critmion Olio, MoyametiHiug, and flveialolhers, all trim to on me and nuinixedpriro 1 Ml lo J'J per murh I"m by the LlrOl). Alan, a fine annortruunt of Ciwueborry, Curiant and KaMpberry biinhei. ifuAt thaDolutcbun Niirnery, one nillenouth. nprlO M. B. DA ThlUftl & CO. Pickaway House, MOUTH MAIN NT., CliKtFVILLE, O. qui IS l-K.HTSK IS NOW ThOllOUGFILY X BKrIliKD, ami n litteJ with New l-'nrniture, and reopiioed to receive the iravelitif public the iioiifje m (iltuated near tin1 buMint-sn center of the city, opposite the Court Hoime, in rouvenieut to th Rail r'jid Depot and Packet landing. 1'ainengiT viltio( the cily hv Railroad, Slae or lion I, will Iip ronvyd lo and from 1 be rioie without delay. No effort will b- ppaii-d by the p opr. e tor to render hi ffue. U i-omf'Ulal'lo. and ho hopim that h' ellurts 1o ac c nimoilate nod oblige hiu gne.-itJi will infinrehim a liberal ahareol public patronage. All lipnt-kaifl to be tried, he-in willing 1o aho.e tne de'ition ol hitt gueitn. A. K. NKWMAN, Proprielor. Ciroleville, June, IS.'id. nti-2 dilni ATTENTION! " WE ARK NOW RECEIVING OUR FALL relin k oi HOOKS AND STATIONERY, To which we invite the a'lentiou of all, as we will sell very low for CASH. n.-l;l UANDAI.L ti ASTON. l.iRENCII HOOKS, AND LESSONS IN V 1 UKNC1L A New Freuch Uraminarand Dictionary, hy Mat'Rli:K A. Mirr, Teacher of French in Columbus illith School, .lust published nud for sale by oc2(l J. II. BILKY A CO. U. A. Mot oDers bn services to private pu.ils and classes. Terms moderate, Address care of J, H. Riley a Co. "Ohio Drug Store." 1MIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR X chased the entire stock of Drugs, Ac, of Dr. R. P. LITTLE, would respectfully solicit a continuance of the patronage so liberally beatowed on him. No pains on my part shall be spared to merit a continuance. Having secured the services of a competent Druggist, Mr. Al-pkbd Htraoit, the Physician and the publio can depend upon baring prescriptions tilled witn accuracy ana ae spatoli, trora ruKK 1WCOS, at any Dour nay or night, Jan. 23, 1856. N. B. MARl'LK, JUHN It. COOK, DRUGGIST, crrosirs capitol hui se. COLUMBUS, OHIO, WUOLtSAl.B A KBTAI1. DKaLKR IN Drugs, Medicines & Chemicals tVUloh we warrant FRESH AM) PURE. A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF PERFUME XX Rv and Fancy Goods, Burning Fluid, Paints, Oils, Varnishes aod Dye-SttilTs, lonaceo, Snuff and Cigars, Brushes, Hair, Hat, Tooth, Nail, Varnish and Patnt. 1'ure wines ana Liquors tor Meuioinnl purposes. Physicians' Prescriptions Carefnlly Prepared, at All Honrs, nay or nignt. Again in the Field! THE N. Y. GOLD PEN AND JEWELRY COMPAN V, encouraged by the success of their ttrst great enterprise, in whicbthcy have sold $150,000 worth of Pens. Jewelry and plate In less than four months, and from the proiits of which they have distributed back to the customers t.ib uuu in guts on the icihnt .liny, ar now in the Held witn t nir Second Attractive Programme Of beautiful and valuable article, which they send bj return mail or exprene, on receipt ot tne caan prirea an nexm), and .o which they invite the attention of their tor mer cuitomerti, and of the publio at large. We have not room to advertine the BRILLIANT LIST OF OIFTS, Wnich we Bhall distribute without tail, on New Year's Day, Jan. 1st, 1857 But will aend immediately, on the receiptor a pootage mump, small diiin containing l,isi kv MMiVb aviu BKK'.- VXi'I.AN'AilJ OK ODK MODK OK 8KI.LlN(i DiKKCII.V lb TilK COiNbUMKK, and itn great popular ity and nucceMfl, and, in auorl, FULL PARTICULAUS! I'LKASK HKND toll IT AT ONOK. It wi!l cost you nothing, and may roc.mupeune you for itn perusal. We can onli give here a lint of the at tinier) we noil, no receipt ot the cot.t price annexed, to dingle purchanerriaud clubs, who receive lor every tlobar'a worth they purchahtr, prnportional number nf ticket in the .lauuary Dintri bntion. From $1 to $100. $1.(10 Kor i.ii D'diar wo will kenu OMiCoinP heauittiitl orofiited Mkrl Knukavinhh of either twoot the ihrt-H Candidatort tor the Preauieu cy, KlU.MOKIt, Bl'OUAN.A.N and Kki-mont, at the option ol the ptircliiuer, and oue ticket in our Niw Year's DiHlribiitiou id uneiiialed list git'ta. 'Z on Two lioLu Pijnh, or a $'2 Himi, or the Tukkk Kink KNilKiViMdsof thel'hiiMiiJKXTiAL Canpidatkm and a (.old t'tcN, and' two Ticketa in the Dmtri but ion. $:t.oo Tmhkk (ioLO I'in.h, oroneOoui Vay with benuti ul Sn.vKH KTL!i!ON Cass coiuplote; or two OotD I'uNfi and throe Kyokayihuh above naiufd. and three Ticketa in the Distribution. $h.tm mk t.iii.D I'ks, or a apiendid Imperial "Cauiiir'b Pb.y,'' with marthiva Silver Caae, (a permanent and valuable aD'air;) or a La4iv' magnittoent c nautili Uold JiukaBt I'm, and Bix Tlfbeti in the tbutributioo. R.OO Nr.i oolu Pe.m, or a pair of Ladioa Ear DKoif ot the newekt aud richest style , or any of the ar ticlea lieretolora mentioned Vf their above men tiuued value, to tue amount ot aight Dollara, tnd nine ti jlietH in the Distribution. $10.00 T wbi.ve ut,LD FknI, or au impeiial Goi-h Pss, with ipieauiu uold 1.A8B war ran teu a nrat rate aru-o.e; or a bruutitul Silver Plated Caki Basest j (the latter win auoru any table in the Uu1, ia a charming thing tor a pieseut,and cao nut be nought at reiau tor lesa than Fourteen Dollars!; or auy of the attiolea heretofore rueuttoned. at their proportionate value to the amonnt of leu J o liars, ana twelve lienors in the utntri bution. $lii.00 Kiuhtkn Oold Pk8, or a $16 SUvar Lapinb Watoil warrauif a, or an exquisite aoi ot uvuita' Jwl- ht, comprising iuk Daors, tisiAft Pin. ate, &o,, or auy of the artirlua hvietufore named, at (heir proportional value to the amount of Fif teen 1 oilare, aud eighteen Tickets iu the Dintri I mi km. $20.00 Twubtv-focr Gold PB.a, or a $;H) tilver Waicu, lull Jeweled, ol the beat quality and mak; or any nf the articles heieiofoie mentioned, at I heir ptopoitional value to the amount ot Twenty Dollars, anu twenty four Tickets in the Distribution,$'.'0,011 liiiHTY 0otj Pitsta, or twelve Silver Tkahioun. oi tun lateoi anu ricneni paiiern; or a ntansive tiold WAicn chain, or any ot the articles r.ere t oh ire mentioned, to the value of Twenty-Five Hollars, anu imnr ltcaeta in the ihstrlbution. $oO,00 TthRiY ix (J old P km a, or Twelve Taw.h FuHua. ot ricn anu aoim inane; or Jweive ttannsome Mirer Nii'KiN kimih, or any ol the articles here-tol'o.e luentioneo to the value of Thirty Dollars, and thirty-six Tickets in the DiUibiition. $ti0.()0 3rvrr (.old 't:xtt or a brilliant and perfect $50 Diamond ItiNd, or 1to.so I'im, or a beautiful i.uin Lbvsh Hatcd, full jeweled, eiehleen carats hue, and warranted penect; or any of i oh aniens nernioiore meniinnea to tue value nf Kitty Dollars, and sixty Tickets Id the Dlstri bution. $ltii.oo O.ii Ht'NuKhii jso TwKNrv l'n u Ooib Pknh, or a Splendid $lo0 Diamond Kino, or lloaou tm, (at the option of the purchaser,) or a tuagnttioeut hiigliKh Mold Ui-Nrmi. Watcu, Patent Lever, Chronometer Italance, and warranted to remain perfect for yeara, and to be lulerlor in accu racy of movement and richness of case to no tdyle imported. The fortunate purchaser or purchasers of this article, will have a beautiful Time Keeper that will last for years, and Due liiiuured and Twenty-five Tickets in the New Year's Distribution of our rich list of lilUS, Or we will send to clubs or tingle pur hattero any of the articles mentioned heretofore to tne value ot une jtiuoureq uoiiars, nud One iiiinureii and t wenty rive Tinker on the DistributionTht numoor of Ticketa is limited to '200,000, and when $'200,000 worth of goods are sold, Uie lint la full and at once cloned. The JKWELRY, PLATE, &r., is all of our own manufacture, aud has a reputation. The FN'iHiViNO.S, which we particularly rococo mend, are gotten up expressly tor uh, and are very hue. tie ml in your ovdsrs early, aa the hrnt iniprenslons are the bent. Ii tdomy nectary for us to state that the lilt of splendid Gifts, whicu will he sent at ones on application, aituMints in value to nearly $50,000! rt'e do Dot pretend, lite the projectors ol many former "Gift Enterprises," to give away all we receive, but we can give every man the worth of Lis moner, and distribute W.VMi .or every $'200,000 purchasnd of us. and mill nink a Faltt profit tor oumelvi-s. 00 W tb now ountoujeru the prompt fulfilment of or dera will be the best guarantee of our standing and Intentions, Our fiiend. who have tried us, and who KtfOW 01' tt UANNLK OK DEAl-JNU, and style ol goods, w ftl assured will TRY US AGAIN. We shall distribute a eplendid assortment oi Olfta on New Yeai's Day, and hope to sell every Ticket before that dato. 0 PIEASS REMEMBER that we have closed up our Manufacturing Agency in New Haven, sod that our aadrens is now "N. Y. PfcN k JEWKLHY CO.," New York City. Our friends will receive by return mall or express the article or articles ordered, with their Tick Ms and if they are not satisfied with their purchases, they can at once return thero and obtain the money forwarded. TO Cl.lTUS. It will he at once seen by the above list, that the greatest Inducements are held out to Clubs, or purchasers to the amount ot ten, twenty, thirty, fifty, or a bumired dollars, att the number ot (lift Certificates eut incieane iu a tegular ratio as the amount remitted growa larger. t.NK DOLLAR OR PURS will bu thankfully received, and tilled as promptly and rtartfully aa those for one hundred dollars. The N. Y. U. P. J. CO., have no connection with anv other concern, aud their rntetpriso is intended to su- ne in tide all preceding ones, both in the real value nf the articles sold and the brilliant list of gifts to be distributed on the l iiM ol January, 1957. BF CAUKFri, in tending your order to dm mo your town, county and slat. In case you order some artic.e that miiHt be sent hv oxpreae, and there is no express othce in your place, we will scud it to the nesrest ottice, and notify you at once of the fact. lift BiJKft anu njw.inii'.r, wiim your routuiasier, an letters containing more thau three dollsrH, and if possible ieud drafts on New York for large amounts. The reg-intration costs but fire cents, and we will then be responsible for their safety. Il you do not receive an answer iu a reaHonable looglh of time, enclose the registration to us, and uv. will amme the lot. A Handsome Commission Is allowed to All UN W, of whom we wish nne In every town and village. In our last Enterprise many made k very prolltable llilug out of our connection with us, and what is better, all their customers iwre vmlf phasal. Necessary authority and lnlorination will be forwarded at once in answer to an application for an agency, by any party who will send oertilloates of character, Ac. Address all orders, lettera of iuquiry, Ac, to N.Y. GOLD TEN & JEWELRY COMPANY, NEW YORK CITY. 0024-irilm JVUTJI f. DUNCAN, Agt. GLORIOUS NEWS for the LAI) IKS. SECOND WINTER OPENING ON Thursday next, Nov. 13th, 1856, MRS. Z. A. DARN WOULD RESPECT-FULLY announce to the Ladie ol Columbus and the public generally, that aha will return from New York and the Eastern Cities, and on Thursday next wil open one 01 the largest, handsomeHt aud cheapest assort tneuta of Fall and Winter Coods and French Hats, Both Ladies' aud Mi rises', that have ever been oflered in this city, and as my stock has been selected from the very latest importations, I hatter myaell that mv gooOi will please all. On , Thursday next, November I3tli, I will have my first opening nf Freurh Hats, Cloaks, Talmas and Shawls, Both for Ladies and Hisses. My stock consists partly ol we luuowing: Plaid, Fancy, Rich ttriped, and Plain nress Bilks. Elegaut Plain Colored, Plaid Blaiu, Watered, Moire. Antique and Mourning Bilks, of all widths and qualities.All Wool De Lalnes in medium and rich styles; Plain All Wool lie Laines in Choice Colors, and Ulack, Irom itu. to tuc. Fine Qualities 6-4 Cashmere d'Ctnse iu choice colors, also black and white Lupins. French Merinos in full stock. Bajnu and Courvoissier Ladies' Kid (Moves. New F.iubroiderles, and the cheapest Shew Tape ami Hem Stitched Bordered Linen Cambric. Handkerchiefs. Stella Shawls, various styles, with Drnuha, Crimson, Black and White Borders and Centers. Kilty styles Scotch and American Blanket, Hiiiare ana Long Cloaks, Taluias and Shawls of all kinds. Parodi t'iroulars of Trico Cloth, Fleur de Marie Trico cloth, Lyoua Velvet Cloaks, new shape; Moire Antique and i etvet comnined, mark and Colored Satin Cloaks Fall Talmas, Kiaton'i Shawl Shapes. 'articular Attention is called to the beautiful assortment ol' Fit EM II HATS, FLOWERS A NO FEATHERS As they are the handsomest that have ever been oilered In thisctty. All I ask is au exaiuluatiou of my stock, as 1 am deter mined to olTer bargains to all. All orders from abroad will be attended to punctually. .. A. DAHN, Ileal, lor 111. .ok, High St., 2 doors south of Town iMii-tr Columbus, Ohio. SECOND STOCK oi- WINTER GOODS! NOW OPENING AT No. 1 Owynne Block, SECOND STOCK SEASONABLE GOODS, adapted to the wants of all, for either family or per sonal use. In relerrinir to some, the nartieular si tent bm of purchasers is requested to NEW STYLES Xj.c1Iois X3z-ecwM Oooda, In rick Ombre Striped and FlaM Silks, Valencia Holies, (new style.) Spotted Uerlnoes and Paris printed lie Lalnes, Plaids and Figured Merlnoea for Misses and Chil dren, among which are new iabtautifulfltsinmt far sur- pinniog iu n.jr.o iiionn in tisi iyian purcnasB, ai re inceo prices. ALSO, JUST OPENED, French Merlnoes of all grades and colors, j Welsh, French and Shaker Flannels, all qualities. row prirea lie lysines, (enolce styles.) Macinac and Shaker Blankets, all aiz.'s New Lmhroldertes, in every variety. Ladies', (Jents' and Mlises' Hoslerv. in all (trades. Together with lull stock ot Soft Finished Cottons, Lin ens ("R.chardson'e",) Sheetings, Pillow Casings, Shirt ings, &o., Ac. A call from purchasers U soltotted. oo'J3 W. RICHARDS. CLOAKS, TALMAS, SCARFS, SHAWLS THK CHOICKST STYLES IN TOE ABOVE X ever ottered In Columbus, embracing latest pat terns of Paris and Eastern Made Garments, Rich Rtella Hhawls and Scarfs, from Auction at Auction J rices; also Single, ii ml Double Brochc nml Woo SHAWLS, In great variety, tome very elegant, just received at the "SHAWL ROOM," No. 1 ft wynne It lock. ocM WII. KICHAKDH A. P. STONE & CO. ARK .IL'ST RKOKtVING TT1KIR Fall and Winter Goods At Greatly Reduced Prices, CONSISTING OK DRESS GOODS. EM KJ BHOIDERIFJ, Black and Faucv Silks. Thibet Cloths. French Merinos, Oala Flaids.AU Wool be Laines. Serene and Muslin De Laines, Long and Sonare Bhawla, (ient's ouawis, iien. s urnisning noons, uiacit, nine and Urn Cloth-, Castdmeres, Batioetts, Jeans, Kmminetts, Tweeds, v on tings, uto, Musitns, trims. Tickinits. Checks, &c. Parsons will find it decidedly to their advantage to rail and examine our amok bet ore purchasing ehewhera. aeu A P. STONK & CO., NO. 4 GWYNNE BLOCK, have lust received a large anil beautiful assortment of Black',, n't Fancy French Casalmerea of t he latest styles, solo A P. STONE t CO., NO. 4 G WYNNE XX. Iiwit, Davoj v ireoeivea a large lot ot empress. Palmetto, Magnolia, j eleton. Corded, Whalebone, anu Seamless Crown Salrta. at greatly reduced prices. seio A P. STONE A CO., AT NO. 4 GWYNNE s Bl.tiCU, have just received a largo lot of Black, liiown, Claret, Hungarian, Mario, Fur anil Wool Mats. 10 JUST UlitHCIVED AT A. P. STONK ACo.'s a targe lot nf SivIbs and Muslin Collars. Sleeves, fiiin. ity Bands, Jaennot ami swtss rinunoing and b.igiugs. em A P. STONE & CO., No. 4 GWYNNE x.e BLOCK, have Just received very large lot of Moire Antique, MIIU and India KiibDer Ladles' Ultls. In TUST RECEIVED, AT A. P. STONE & Co.'b O A large assortment of English 1 bread, Brussels, Maltese, , oniton and Lymlra Ibices. selfi A P. STONE & Co.. AT NO. 4 GWYNNE il . BLOCK, bava Just received a line assortment of jiotra Antiiiie, Chenille, velvet anil Kibbou irimmiiigs seta A P. STONE & CO., AT No. 4 GWYNNE . BLOCK, have on hand and are receiving a good snortment of Jewelry, which we can sell cheap. sera TUST RECEIVED, AT A. P. STONK Co.'i J a large lot of Bed and White Flannels. selli A P. STONK &. CO., NO. 4 GWYNNE BLOCK, are Just receiving another lot of those world renowned "Fip" Prints. selO Spring Goods now Opening! At Om Nparions Store next door to llit American Hotel. AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF Fancy and staple Dry (Joods, Comprising all Die newest styles In SILKS. A besutlful assortment nf Embroidery Goods, TrinimiiiKM, Ire En i ne, Summer PreH OooiIn, and I)raperl!. A I. A It OK STOCK OK Hosiery, hhawls, linrns, Frinh, nml BLEACHED GOODS. Together wltb everything usually kept Iu a Dry floods Store, Aa we Intend to tell for CASH, we are enabled to otter our customers great bargains. A wall Is respectfully solicited. W. A. sir J. C. ittcCOT, B7 Next eoor to tin Amtriaao. ailg (Djrio i?tatc Joiinml. From the National Kra. THE CONQUEST OF FINLAND.' Aernss the fraen marshes The winds of Autumn blow, And the fen lauds of the Wetter Are white with early snow. Hut where the low, gray head and., l.oek o'er the Baltic brine, A bark is sailing In the track Of England's battle line. No wares hath she to lurter For Bothnia's fish aud grain, Sho isileth not for pleasure, She ssileth not for gain. Rut, still by Isle or maiulau.l . ' She drops her anchor don u, Where'er the British cannon Rained fire on tower aud town. Outspake the ancient Amplinau, At the gate of IlelsiDgtors; ulVhy comes this ship a-spyin In the tiack of Knglsnd's war.?' " tiu.l biess her," said Uie cnast-gusrd, "(led bless the ship, I say, Thsholy angels trim the satis That ped her on her way! " Where'er she drops her anchor, The peasant's heart is glad; Where'er she spreads her parting ssil, lbe aeai-ant's heart is sad. "Fash wasted town sad bsinlel She visits to restore; To roof the shattered cabin, And feed the etarviog pcor. "The sunken boats of fishers, The foraged beeves and graio, The spoil of lake aud storehouse, The good ship brings auaiii. " And so to Finlaud's sorroiv The sweet amend Is uiiule, As if the healing hand of Christ Cpou her ivnunds were laid ! " Then sa ij the gray uld Aiuptnian, " The will of (iod be done 1 'I lie battle lost by Knglaud's bate, , Ry England's love is won ! " lie leaved the iron feuipeet That thundered on our shore ; But when did kindness fail to tin,! The key to Fiodland's d. or '! " No more from Aland's rampart, Shall ivarniug stgnsl some, N'or stsrtlsd Hweahorg hesr ag;iiu The roll nf uiianlgut drinu. " Beside uur tierce Black liable The Dove of Peace sliall i'.I ; Aud In tho mouths of oaunou The sea-bird make her net. " For Finland, loukiug seaward, Ne ooming foe shall scan ; And the holy bells of Abo Shall ring 'Good-will to man I ' " Then row thy boat, ob, Usher I In peace on lake and bay ; Aud tbou, yeung maiden, lianee aaui Around tbe poles of May I " -Sit down, eld men, together, Old wives, In quiet spin , Uencsforth the Anglo Saxon Is the brother of the Finn ! " .1. t. W. A late letter from England, in the frimi't Bfritui, saysi "Joseph Stitrga, with a cniupai, ion, Thomas Harvey, has been viniilug the shores ol Finland, to ascertain tbe amount of urn-chief aud lo.s to poor and peace able anflerers, occasioned ky the gun boats of tie Allied squadrons la tho late war, with a view 1o obtaining re lief for them." The Herring Pie, or a Cure for Jealousy. A TALB OK AMTERlliSI. It wan a cold winter's pvtming. Tim rich banker Bronker, bad drawn his puny chair cl"8 to the cornor ol tho stove, and sut smoking his Ion; clay pipe wiih great eomnlneency: bin ...uiuimov ...uiiii, t ni. unru., Cllipiuytm 111 tJXntlt- ly the same manner, occupied tho opposite uuiuer. An witn qiiint, in tno nonse; for iirou ker's wilo aud children hail none i3 B maskej bull; and, sccuro Irom I'ear ol interruption, tho two friends indulged in a conversation. "I cannot think," mid VanUrote, "why you Hhould refuse your consent to the lnarriuge. Berkenrode can give bis daughter a good lor-tttde, and you may say that your rhii is desperately in love with her." "I don't object to it, said Bronker. "It ismy wife who will not bear ot it," "And what reuson has she lor refnsiuir?" "One which I cannot tell you," aaidhinltiend, miming ntn vutce. "Oh ! a mystery I Come out with it! You know I have always been I'ratik and open with you, even giving you my opinion of your absurd jealousy ot your wile." "Jealousy of my wile! Nonsense! Have I not just Bent bur to a masked bull?" "I don't wonder you boast of ii. 1 should like to have seen you do as much when you were first married. To be sum, you had reasons to look sharply after her, for she was the prettiest woman in Amsterdam. Unfortunately she bas become tho bettor borw, and you refitno an advantageous match for yope son, lo gratify her caprice?" "You ar wrong, my friend. 1 never allow any one to master here but myeelf ; end in the present instance I cannot blamo Clotilda? The seoret of her refusal lies in a herring pie." "A herring pie?" exclaimed Van Grote. "Yes, a herring pie. You may remembiir it was a lavorito dainty of mine, mid that my wile oould not endure even the smell of it, Well, during the first year cf my marriage, 1 was a little a very little jealous of Clotilda. My situation obliged me to keep open house, and among tbe young epaikswlio visited bk, nono gave ma such uiieasini'ss as tho handsome Col. Berkenrode. The reputation that, he had already acquired lor gallantry, was enough to create alarm, and the marked attention he paid my wife convinced me it was well founded. What could I do.1 it was impossible to forbid him the house, for he had it in his power to deprive me ol the Government contracts; in other words, to ruin me. After pondering deeply upon the subject. I tleoided on doiug nothing until the danger should become Imminent; all that was necessary was to know how things really stood. Having just purchased this house, I caused a secret clos et to be made behind tne stove here. It communicates with my private room, and from it I could overhear everything that passed in this apartment without risk of being discovered. Thank God Jl have kail no use lor it the lust twenty years, and indeed I do not even know what has become of tbe key. S.Uisficd with this precantion, I did not hesitate to leave Clotilda when any of her admirers paid her a visit, though I promise you some of the gallant speeches mad me wince. "Upon my word," interrupted liia friend, "you showed most eoininenilnbli patience, in your place 1 should have delighted myself with lormtldlng my wile to receive me visits.'' .There spoke the bachelor. As I didn't want to drive her headlong iulo his arms, 1 went a different way to work. Day after day J was forced to listen to Uie iiihiuiouh arguments ol tbe seducer. My wile, f mu.t own, made a stout deleuse, at one time tried lo ridicule, at another entreaty, lo deter him irom I lie pursuit of her. lie began to lose hope in proportion as I gained i, till one day bo bethought himself of threatening to blowout his bruins il t-ho would not show him sumo compassion. Moved at this proof of tbe strength of his passion, she burst nto tears, and pleaded that the was not tree in abort, she gave him to understand lliatl was tue obstacle ol her happiness. Berkenrode was too well (killed ia the art of seduction not to see that bo had gained a point. He raved, cursed me as the oause of his misery, and tried to obtain a promise from her iu case she should become a widow. She stopped him peremptorily; but 1 never closed an eye that night, and Clotilda, though she did not know I watched her, was as uneasy as myself. Oa the following day a circumstance occurred that increased her agitation. While at break-last a meseago came from the cook asking to see mo alone. I desired him to come in (as 1 ...aa . In U-.1.I. -I . : -.1. J na ui.1 m bun UUUlt Ui 1U btU lUriUg Willi UOliieS- tic aflaira) and communicate his business In my wilo'n presence. Whon the man entered he was as paie as a gnost, and scarcely seemed to know what bo was about. At last ho told me he had received a packet containing a small bottle, three hundred guilders, and a note, in which be was requested lo put the contents of the former into the met herring pie he should prepare for me. Ha tvac assured be might do o without tear, as the contents ot the bottle were quite harmless, and would give a delicious flavor to the pie. An additional reward was promised if he oomplied with the request and kept his own couusel. Tbe honeBt fellow, who was much attached to me, said he was convinced there must be something wrong in the affair, aud should not be happy till tho bottle and money were out ot his bands. I poured a lew drops of tho liquid on a lump ot sugar, and gave it to my wile's lap-deg. it fell into convulsions, and died in a lew minutes. The case was now plain there had been an attc.npl to poison mo. Never ehall 1 lorget Clotilda's pale face, as she threw herself weeping into my arms. "Poisou! A m idur!" she exoluimed, clasping me as if to shield me from danger. "Moroilul heaven, protect us both!" 1 consoled her with the asHurauce that 1 was thanklul to my uuknown cuemy, who was the means of showing me bow much she loved me. That day Berkenrodo came at the usual boar; but in vain did I tuke my seat In my hiding-place. He was not admitted. I afterward found that ahe had sont him a letter threatening, if he over came again, her husband should be informed of all that had passed. He made several attempts to sotten hor resolntion, but to no purpose, and a year atterward be married. No acquaintance has ever sinoo cxifstcd be-tween tho lumilies, and now you kuow why my wile refuses hor consent to our son's marriage with the daughter of Berkenrode. "I cannot blamo her," said Van Grote. "Who would have theueht that Berkenrode. a soldier, a man of honor, cmiM havo been eapa-blt of such a rascally deed?" "Ha! ha! bal" lauuhed Bronker. "and do you really think it was tho general who sent t.ue poisou?" "Why, who else ?" "Myself, to be sure. Tho whole was my own contrivance, and it cost me three hundred guilders as a present to my cook ; but I saved my wife, and got rid of her troublesomo lap-dog at the sumo time." "Do you know, Bronker, 1 thiuk it was rather a shabby trick to leave Berkenrode under such an imputation ; and now that your son's happiness depends on your wife being undeceived." - "1 am aware of all that, but to undeceive her now is not so easy as you think. How canl expect her to disbelieve a circurantonco in which for the last twenty years she has pnt implicit faith:'' He was interrupted by the entrance of Vrow Broukur ; her cheeks were flushed, nod ibe wa saluted by Van Grote rather utiflly. "What, not at the ball, Clotilda?" arked her husband. "No, I had a bud headache," she replied, "anil Maurice promised to take ebargo ol bis sisters. But I have corny to tell yon tout I have been thinking over his marriaue with Mite Berken rode, and tillered my mind on that subject. Iu short, 1 shall withdraw my opposition to the match." Tbe friends looked at each other in astonish ment. "By the bye." she continued, "here is a kev I found some lime ago, 1 think ft must belong to you." "Well, Clotilda," said her husband, striving to bide his onfusion aa ha took the key, "this is goon news auoui tno marriage " 'Suppose you nud your frieud celebrate it by supper. Thero is a herriug pie in tho houso, and you need not tear that it is poisoned." She left tho room. Bronker looked foolish, aud Vau Groto rubbed bin hands, as ho exclaimed "Caught in your own trap! He who digs a pit for bis enemy shall tall into it himself." "Nevertheless,'' replied Bronker, "I think I have got well out ol mine." WANTED. XiilOM 1 TO 500,000 FEET. AT THE TUB , and Bucket Factory, on the West side of the Scioto Kiver, Columbus, Ohio Whito or Black Walnut, Mulberry, White or Kod Cedar, in log or bolts, fur which the highest price will lie paid In Cash, Knquirn at the Orlire ol the Company. N. K. LKAllAN, Sup't. A. Caaual R, Sec'y aul-tf WI LI.IAM J. SIlAItl'E, Billiard Table Maker, Xo, HS Ftiflonflf., tvrtr Broadway JVtio York. BILLIARD TAfcLKS, OK ALL SJZKS, KOK public or private use, with either marble, slate, or improved mahogany beds. Also his Patent Cushions, just brought into use, and are superior to all others. The i'atent Cushions put on old tahles at the shortest notice. Halls, Cues, aud every thing In the line, at the short est notice. seu-dtlm Keep Your Feet Vtj. LARGE AND SUPEUIOH ASSORTMENT JYol RUBBKRll )KS ANU HOOTS for sale cheaper then ever offered before In this market. Ladies' Hum overs and Sands Is for ft e. Cents' " " ' $1.00. Miiises' ami Children's " " " liotoOCe. At the Sign of the Golden Hoot, mis II. If. KIMBALL Fruit Trees, &c, at Columbus. WE HAVR IlKCEIVED A VERY LARGE assortment of the finest saleaMu Fruit Trees, An., m Including Apple, I'eauh. pear, (standard and ,e tjm dwarf,) I'liiiii, Cherry, Quince, Apricot, Neo- sRo ""tarine, (irapn Vlnee, limiseborry, Currant, Raspberry, strawberry plants, Khubarb Hunts, Osage Orange, Ac, An. Most of these are froui the well known nurseries of Elt-wsnger A Barry, llnchester, N. Y., aud those who desire such articles from sources tlist can he rolled on (instead of irresponsible agents,) will do well to call and make their selections, or send on their orders speedily. Those who prefer not to plant until spring can have the trees keptsafely for them until that time. L'atalogitesmay be nan on application al the cultivator lincti, or at the Nursery. noilil iUf V. B. BATKHAM A CO. " It tiiblUVA In Hn. KIMBALL HAS UEMOVEI) HIS i.hoe au.l leather Store to HOODAI.E'S UIAJCK, 111(1 II STKhKT, second door north of thej-Capitol House, where he will be happy to serve Eka, his old fliiflttimi'ie eii.i me pui.uo witn every artl-" cle In the line nl liil(':l, SllOr S, LKATIIKK, Ac, at the lowest tlgtire apr2 SPLliiNDID KNUL1SU UlNU HAVINGS from the old Wasters. Some nf tho subjects are found below : The Waterloo tlenies intsembled at Apsley House, 30Xla The Peninsular lleross, 110X4:1. Trial of rhonias, Kail of Strafford, al Westminster flail) Id II, KilXn. Trial of Charles First, at Westminster Hall, The Soldier's Dream of Home, Kememlier the Sabbath Day, Ac., '...wo Tne Saviour, 2iX4i. The K.iamlnation ol a Village. School, U7XI0 The Village Festival, SVX40. The Wounded Hound, 30X4:1. The listtle of Kavarino, '27X10. The First Ilerormers ol 15'i!, 1I0X o , Gloria 1'alria, (oval.) 2'X3. More Kriirlitened than Hurt, 4uX-H TliefliHi.l Woman, or Precept and lUaiuple, 'l.'Xlu Canterbury Pilgrims al thoTahfa and Soul hwark, 80110. The Straw' Yard, 27X10. The Inuudation. .loXiX The Slave Market at I'oni.laiitniople, 20X13. reeding the Horse, .u.4.l. Tl,.. uui. io j:i Trial of W'illisin lord Riiescl, IC.v"), .Ionia. And a large stock OI 1 aintlngs, Knitraviuirs and Litho graphs. Call soon, while the stock ia fresh, at noil iiiaiiAi,b et sMI'n i. ASHES WANTED. rf CENTS PER, BUSHEL WILL BE PAID I lor (iuod Ashes, delivered at the Ohio Penitentiary! ininn.iiately. autq ,IN(). KWINU, Warden. V0TTlrNr?."ANli',S wipOHTS-JlisT published. For isle hv sell j. H. RiLET ft 00.
|Title||Daily Ohio State journal (Columbus, Ohio : 1848), 1856-12-15|
|Date of Original||1856-12-15|
|Source||Call number: N 100, Daily Ohio State journal (Columbus, Ohio : 1848), 1856-12-15 20 107|
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|Full Text||eser!',p",,V OLUM BUS, MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 15, 1856 NUMBER 107. VOLUME XX. III A.. IB yTVJk. II 1 1 (V 1 II wammmamm - , . , i i t r a I i C 11 I? IT (i I J I S T S n 17 V n I i i it U journal ItJ fpRUHbtU DAILY, Tltl -WEliKXY AND WEEKLY BT WW. SCUOUI.EII, Editor. Tiiu-Iiivuriiilily iu Advance. i ,. I0.no per year, u Hr the Carrier, par week . . llis' ta-iv. Wuwiiv 3 o per year. 'ff " Clubs of teu aud over 1 SO " I'KliMS OF AtiVEKTHlNQ BV TIIK S0.UARR. (Tim UNO) OU l.l AH1 A aonsBI.) (l ,,u..ro 1 year ..T0 00 ; oue square ' week.. .$. 60 (l it- " months IV! Oil ; one " '1 weeks.. . 3 00 II. i. " IS iii .nllo- i 00 ; one " I week. .. I M "months 8 00 ; oue " :i days 1 00 ,. months tl 60; one " iidays.... 16 0,i.. " 1 mimtb 4 60 ; nne ". 1 insertion 60 displayed a.lieitfmeiit half mure than the above raies. A Iveriiwi'icnl". leaded in" placed in the column of Hiam'.i'vI Noiioes," duuMt Mr. uritiiiiiry ram. Ail notices required lii ho published by law, legal rates, .i..r.i .... 1 1n i ii4i.1m exi lusivelv alter the Brut week, no ...a cut. more than the alioTe rates ; but all such will appear I.. Hie Tvi Wi'ekly without charge. ..n,, Cards, not ejcecliiiit fire lines, per year, In h.-ju -..oil ...r line ; outside a. . .ii.:..H iii meetings, nl.sritulile ainiielias, Hr oompe ,, ... c, half price. I in ia.;e notices itl ceulrt. ' nn iiuMny mill tlu) ap ,.,,.1', i.iii, klii( nr. vitoiliseiueiils not accompanied with written direo-l . ,, will he inserted till t'orb.d, and charged anoord . . i. I (rnasiciii mltrtummlt ' wlranai. i.; i nilo will not he varied from. V,..,,,,-. anie price an the Daily, where the advertise! ..: iv,...i. ..I.,. i.i. Where Hie Hailv au.l Wonkly .,,ii Im.iIi i.."l, then the charge for the Weekly will lie hull lli:- tale ol th uaiiv. i!,l..r '.he miim'lit JV31.Mii. til advertise! pave Hi. iiil.ti lor I mi pa'-e he oocupieii, the chanie betog w ., cmile with tlieei'iiiiwirtilion only. Thin plan ia now (eoei illy ailoliled n. V. IJLLKV, I50UK.-15I.NDER, Ami 15 1 it ii U Itook tiaiinlurinicr, ll'tijk street, between iiroad and (lay sis. 17(1 0O1.UMDIJ8. OHIO. 1UI.I.I A.H .,..lill iflOOToi, SHOfcMAKER.k Hit, 11 Hi., KH'tT Hin, HI UMtlVH .-.iniiu .-i iimiii "... aprai , 1 CDLVUBVS. I'tlli.. It. I'ltilliJtfc. i .vi Mifiiirnr, iSiuvfiyiir am! ltniiislilsmuii, llishite H Ml.iCK, over mituniii e, ilidi Siii'i'l, ;ilinnliilM, Olii". t i.l. M.MliS Ul' l.A.NH ANIi KNijlNHKU- i i ll. .Smviniiii: ami leveling, Muppii'K I , ..i.u.'al end .r.:lnlcct urnl ilrawmit, pri.Llptly and 11.1 1 1 , , lie 1. 1 1 1 JT CAi'r u 1 1:. .. .(I In .H. I.. .-ulhmnt, K' j., Joliniirabaui, Kkii.,001. .l.-.l.l.'y, t: K .y.ll dl'ilivly DENTIST kt. , . II. SIVAIiN, I) t. N T 1ST, e-,vfVro' Wow BlooK, iiiM)Mli: lilt) iNtiili; lluiiM', High iStrert. Hit.lil wry I CHAUNuCY N. OlDo, A T T O II N E Y A T Ij A. W , oi. airs, ullio. (llliiY. hi tlifi (Menu liihhluig, lligli Mrect, UOOM NO. 2, VP STAllCS. iiiulur ol' (lie Piituu Forte. i-'.r l.'iinti. .Sin., apply at r.min .T-, Neil Hi.ne, or fill-i.i.'. Mil ic Store. leejr.ifi-lyil ; .Kii'Pi-iiK row . KASHION ABLE MllLINE, (Ol II KI ANO Of ellAM IIY a IIAl.l.,) Ulan HTRKKT, VOI.VMHUa. -Slia Hate Hh'ached nod I'reawil. aprlO ly '"" JAS.|