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Difl State $uttraL n recusing, HAII.Y, TUI-WKEKLY ANI WEEKLY IIIIIO STATE JOURNAL COMPANY. Incorporated under the General Law. TERMS, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE Djilt i'Ut alMciitmn I"i Oil wryt. " Mail " ' ft W " " liy the Carrier, psr sk lliff ct. Tih-Wfkklt 00 ir rctr- W.rlv 't DO " Club, uMm Ktidover 160 " TEIOH OF AliVKRTISIXO HY THE FQl'AHF. (TIC( MVU tilt LESS JUKI 1 HgUAKE.) O i qnaru I ?e-n.r . .(.i) 00 ; one iLjuare . Oa " U muulhs 1ft 00 ; turn ;' 2 Weuki. Oj " 0 inunth 12 On ; ou " 1 week.. Oat " 8 month 8 "0 ; on " 6 I.itk... Oie " Swiiiutln 00; on " 4iini.. Oj 11 a weiki ft 00: one " S-lt.v.. Ojh linimtU 4 60 brie " 1 tuist tlria niiiU)-d AJteniiomuuli LulT mart tlian the ak viralAdrsrtlsoinent. Ua.lf-i anl pi tt ceil In th column"1 f 1 'ipeclitl Notice, " doubU thtor linnry raltt. All notice required to In puhlinht-d ly low, Ireil ra!i-. If ordered on the inatiio oxchiMVi-ly after the firt wft, AO por cent, mure tliaii tin' hUivh rat--s ; but all auclt nil1 piieir In the Trl-Wtykly without chriri. llunineii Cr-i, not t ceding Ave per yrr, In tide, S'J.AO per Ua ; outside tl. Notice or meeting, cturitobU eocletlei, Are come-alee, ftc, half price. AdrtrtUemeiit not Beforapenlod with written dlr-tlous wLU be inierted tlU turbid, sad charged .cwrl I u- W. All tratiilent dTHIen.pnt must bo paid In ixlv&nc. Weekly One square ene week, 60 c-iits ; two weehf, T-'ic ; threu wwl:s, SI ; one month. SI, 26 ; three mouth, (3,60 : ilx month, 8 ; uue year, 110. Under the picient system, the a.lvarttfier pRjl t mnch for tb epice be oceupiei, the chunRei being chanretble with the competition only. It U uow generally adopted. . 2 Cfi . 1 lo 4 ournal THE UNCLE'S VISIT. DY CAUOI.1NE OrtNE. n Won't you sing 'Sweet is the Vale,' with me?" said Ella Milner, a child of five years old, ns alio leaded on her moth er's Iupt and looked up facn. VOLUME XLV. one of her soft, silky ringlets round his finger. " Let me see it is four years and a half since I wns here lust. SSie was a wco bit thing then a little too much addicted to singing the 'doleful tune, to make her presence us delightful, as I've no douht it will provo to lo now." " I know what he means by the doleful tune," the whispered to her mother, at tho smnu time glancing slyly at Mr. Well-worth from beneath her long, curved eyelashes."Do yout" said he. "Well, 1 suppose you don't make a practice of singing it much now, do you?" "No, sir," she replied, laughing; "I sing Auld Lang Syne, and Bonny Doon and a good many others, now." "Then you must sing me some of them to-morrow." As Mr. Wellivuith had said, they found plenty to chat about, which mndo the lime pass to pleasnnily, that he and Louise were both surprised when the. latter found that it was time to order lea. During the few minutes that she was absent for that COLUMBUS, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1854. NUMBER 1 he placed the portrait of Louise in a conspicuous situation. " 1 have a mind to try if my critical acumen will enable mo to hunt up some of tho faults which he discovered."He examined it for sometime in silence. "I was almost afraid," he then said, thut the opportunities I have enjoyed for a few years past, when on my visits tosome of our principal cities, of having access to collections of line paintings, by imperceptibly improving my taste, might lead mo to delect faults which, previously, I had been unable to discover, say that I was afruid of this, for I have taken so much pleasure in believing thai'poor Harry Linton, had ho lived, would have been one of our first artists, that I wished to continue in my belief, and I am glad to find that, to me, j it appears us bialtiful as ever." At Hits moment, Mr. Lewis, the celebra- A Touching Incident THK LOST CHILDREN AND THEIR PARENTS, Could the unwritten liistorv of rum's doings be brought to light-rcould the suf- terings ot innocent children, whose fathers and mothers have been besotted, not im- bruted by rum, it would be a libel on the brute creation to compare a drunken man with the hearts, to feel, no power under heaven would stay the spontaneous promptings of all such to destroy the cause of so mucn misery. Could the aggregate of such suffering be conceived by the human imagination, and believed lobe reality, no law, however much respected no police force, however powerful could prevent the attempt to save these starving, suffering, bleeding un protected ana innocent offspring ot the victims of the rum traffic. Place in the leceieurn- i lL . , . j . . i t . c Wiijuso awiic ww cuiiimcrce, tno iracie.me ted artist, to whom Louise was to sit for j'' j u.u A .i nnnnim. I " ct"l lur her portrait on the morrow, whs announ ced. "Do put thut out of siirli!. Louise," said her husband, indicating the portrait, ns no stepped forward to welcomo Mr. purpose, Mr. Wellworth amused himself by looking at the pictures that adorned ; Lewis, tht) walls, several cf which he had pre-' The first thing that caught the artist's nrnt'suv into lierlwmai to '-Quito na a onuiti gin. i nere i eye, m ins entrance, was mo portrait, lor Wiis ono umoiig the number the portrait ; 'r. Wellworth had prevented his niece Mrs. Milner, with a smile, turned her i tl his niece which he now missiu. He j from removing it. He stepped towards it tho moment the ueunl salutations had been interchanged " What a charming picture;" said he, ah ,1 see it now, that it is your portrait, Mrs. Milner. Whoever painted it possesses genius of the first order. Theio are veiy few who have the power of throwing so much mind into a countenance as there eyes from her sewing to the bright, rosy j hid always valu d it highly on account of face, peering lorm iromine miusi oi a pro- n mumm iu3i-iuuiuui. w mu unymai, fusion of light brown curls. 'and from its huving been painted by the Yes Ella," she replied, "if you will son of a valued friend, a young artist of bring me the book, for 1 have not yet learn- j much promise. There was also to him a ed all tho words." sacredm-ss attached to it, as it whs, with "O, please, mother, pluy the accompa- tho exception of a few slight sketches, the nimont;t iniiml so nuicl) nrouier :" mid i last production of the youthful aspirant's ho nlfivfullv tank hold of her mother' ' pencil, he having died suddenly in a little j is in that. The drawing, too, is admirable. " io i y I'uiui mm. uiuai nun a tcuuy and skilful hand." Louise, who hud begun lo have some faith in the validity cf her husband's judgment and taste, gave Mr. Lewis a keen glance, to see if ho weio not bestowing ironical praise; out the genuine enthuis- hand to lead her to the piano. Mrs. Milner, yielding lo the gi Nile impulse of the little hand that clasped hers, roso and seated herself ut the instrument. Ft was a duct which Ella wished to sing, the music being admirably adapted to tho pleasing simplicity of the words. Mrs. Milner had played tho prelude, and little more unin a week niter us completion. It, absence would have appeared to him lets ningulur, had not his nephew's portrait fillt'd its old place. ! " Louise," said he, when there-enter-jed the parlor, "what has become of your portrait ! Wh Kiln hnvini led oil' with the sonrmio. to ' n renn)t' corner of the room, which her hitfh. clear voice wus well suit- i " And with il3 face to the wall ! ed, was about to commence thu tenor, ; is it there ?" when footsteps wcro hpard approaching j "1'hiliphnd it taken down to-day. Hu tho door. wishes me to have another painted to sup. "Your papa is coming mnv,"fcaid Mrs. j ply it place." Milner, "und we will sing thu duet some " And what is going to be doii with other time : " and. as she spoke, she roso . this! There it is," sho replied, pointing lo j asm which beamed from his eyes and pervaded every feature, made her certain that he was m earnest. "And it is equally plum," said Mr. Wellworth, while ot tho tame time he warmly grusped the hand of Mr. Lewis, "that you, at hast, nre exempt from thu envy with which it is said brother artists I nre wont to regard each other, for which ment furnished by the rum traffic, which grows out of the drunkard-making business, and ask for the sake of theso interests that thousands and millions of other children may bo allowed to grow up in vice and ignorance to be abused and starved, and robbed of every blessino connec ted legitimately with their existence, and these men, the sieht of whose eves has af fected their hearts, would not be influenced by any such considerations to itav their hands until tho demon rum Is anni hilated. Ucad iho following statement, which is found in the Five Points Monthly Record, and consider it only ono case out of a thousand equally distressing which have been seen there. A few Sabbaths since, at morning service, one of the most degraded specimens of humanity that ever greeted my rision, came staggering into the chapel of tho tiouseoi industry. His wild and frightful looks, ragged and dirty beyond des cription, his face bruised and swollen ren dered him an object of disgust and terror.; He seemed to look at tho children with1 wonderful interest occasionally muttering Mt $0itral. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1864. Soale and Look Ifapolcoa, The late arrivals from Europe have put the public iu possesion of the facts In relation to the order of tho French Government, prohlbUiag Soule from passing through th'sir territory to Mudrid. Thu order has been rescinded, and Soule has pasted through Paris on his way to Spain. Tboro lias been a complete backing out ou the part of the Emperor, though an effort la mails to aruit this appearance by enyiug that me omciai. at taiata, did not properly understand the order transmitted to him from Paris. Thii. however, ia mere subterfuge, and deceives no- body. We think tho lata arrivals develop the facts bo as to uiuko tho caw plain to all who have taken the trouble to Investigate it. fcoule, by his lmpttuom conduct, and 1ub free speech, has said and done things that have given great personal o lie nee to tho Emperor and the Emprces. Tliii is not denied by Soule, or his Incnda. It afforded good reason Tor hating him as a man, but did not afford a reason why the representative of the American Government j should be insulted before thu world. It had i been eaid that Soul a had committed acts, In i connection with tho discontented spirits ot Franco, thut lundl'd"1.' treason, and tho disturbance of tho present Government. V'c bnvo waited for tho evidence of something of tho kfud, but the French officials have brought nothing of this character against him. We have a right to prciume that the order, arresting bis progress, was lntondea as a personal insult, and that It had no sufficient excuse, sines no such attempt at excuse has been made. We are thus led to the conclusion that Louis Napoleon Is not so sagacious and wise as wo had supposed. It was n child's play to attempt this petty game, and eo toon back out of it. He has evidently lost position by it, not only with Americana both hero and la Europe, but has in jured his standing and Chirac tur in the eyes of Europeans. Hut why did be oLai don lib ground bo coon? There were two very urgent masons. Firstly, England said to bint very plainly, Hint iu the Boalbcrn California. We receive a paper called the "Southern Cat- iforniaa," edited by William Butts, and pub- nsnea at ios Augelos, la the Southern portion of California, The last number discusses the agricultural resources of that region. The wrj- ter claims it to be the garden spot of California. The great want is plenty of water. To obviate this, experiments are now progressing by boring lor Artesian wens, it is thought, from tho geological structure of the country, that water will be found and that a supply for Irrigation can thus be obtained. If the experiment succeeds a great point will be gained. Tho writer says, the great crops of that section for exportation will be cattle, wool, grupes, aud wine. The climate Is peculiarly favorable for Quo sheep, very much resembling that of Spain. The cost of growing them will be very slight compared with that of Vermont. Tho culture of tho grape is, no doubt, "destined to bo an Important branch of business in that valley. Tho old Spanish settlements abounded la the finest grapes, and experience ha demonstrated thut the soil And climate aro peculiarly adapted to tho growth of tho choicest varieties. Wines have not hitherto been mode there, to ' any extent, bat the high price of this article, i and llio failure of the vines of Madeira, France, ! and the wlae-growlng portion of Eurono. will ! stimulate the production on tho Pacific coast, ! and won render ft an Important Item of export, i Time aloue will determine whether (his Pacific valley is superior for tho growth of tho vine to the valley of the Ohio River. The report of the Commletloner of patents announces the astounding fact that the wine products of this country exceed the value of the tobacco raised therein. And yet, It le only In its Infancy at the present time. California and New Mexico are destined to be Important points In the future production of this article. to himself "Beautiful!" He sat an hour present posture of affairs, Franco could not af- or more, and then with a long earnest look at the children staggered out of the chapel, went up to the dark "valley of tho shadow oi ucuth Low liny, from the piunu. j hliu was preventiu Irmn answering by l you have my rsteem nnd hearty good "I wish we could ting it now," witid j thu cutrnnco of her hutband, between j will." Ella, with a disappointed look. " I always i whom and his uncle there was u most cor- "I fchall always be proud to merit both," feel glnd hs a bird, when yuii ting and dial greeting. Each had much lo commu-' said Mr. Lewis, "and hope that you will play with me." nicate to the other, and after lingering lung never find rim?o lo withdraw them." He " An hour or two hence will do quite ; ut the tea-table, the theme of old and plea. , then turning to Mrs. Milner, inquired of . ns well. Take your patchwork now, and sunt memories was Mill unexhausted. Du- her who painted her portrait, nil down quietly on your cricket." ring n pause in the conversation, the va-j " Hurry Union," slio replied. Mr. Milner hud already entered the j rant place on tho wnllngain attracted Mr. I "Ilariv 1 ilonf I knew him well. room. As lie p;iEsed the piuno, he smiled Wellworth's attention. i He hns been dead a long time, He was a a little contemptuously, at iho eiuht of the "By the way, Philip," said he, " how ! young artist ol much promise, duet, which his wife and daughter had Jennie you to have ymir wife's porlrait re- i " My portrait," said Mrs. Milner, " was commenced singing previously to his en- moved ( " the lust picture ho ever painted. I believe, trance. The smile did nut eenno Mm. Because, ns a work of nrt, it Ins so 1 however, that lie made a few sketches nf- Milner's notice, and she understood its many, and such L'hiring defects, that it ' terwards.' 'He mndu three," said Mr, Wellworth; :" I have two of them. Thu other I was t not so fortunate to obtain." "TIhhikIi, ns Ihope," said Mrs. Lewis. " it fell into the possession of ono who is Mr lo refuse a truest, (die thought it Wits nil he could miKunabiy n nnire. She some times even suspected that his delicacy was more fetoned than real, and Unit he pus- scssed liiiletrue and earnest enthusiasm meaning. She l;new llml ho huu not, lur : maue me nervuus w iotui m it, some lime past, tolerated uny tinging, ex-1 "Then you should have avoided luck-cept that of h'r;t rule performers; and , ing nl it, " said his uncle, with u smile, sometimes, when at the reques' ofn friend "That was impossible, ttalwayssepui. nr i.Pifihbnr. s!,c nam and nlaved. shuwas ed to possera a mysterious fascination itftrfrVly nwiire ilint it was with difiiculiv ! which I could not resist, so that, ere I was uble to npnrccinio it." that he" concealed his impatience. Ho ; aware of it, the unarlisiic arrangement ofj "You have it, I suspect," said hud even hinted that it would be gratify- the drapery, and a luck ot harmony in the j ellworin. in" to him, if she and Ella would at nil coloring, would attract my attention." i " I have; and a fine sketch it is, loo. times abs'ain from singing, fur he did not ; " You th-tuld have tuilered its wonder-! The subject was such as to give his lux-like to have such wr tched stuff heard by In! r seiuU:mce lo the original to comi- uriant and delicate fancy freo scope." the street passengers. But Mrs. Milner Unbalance such minor defects." 1 Philip Milner, who had hitherto re- was not of thut timid, non-resistant dispo. ; "Anyone who post-esses the power of ninined silent on the subject, now inquisition, w hich induces a renuncintion of all ; imitntinn can paint a liico which will re- red of Mr Lewis if he thought the coloring personal indulgence, in order to gratify, cmb!e the original; but if the rules of artg:od. what appeared to her, a sickly. uvtrMniili- be violated, it cannot be otherwise than " Now, that I look for them, I cannot ed delicacy. If bhe abtuiiK-d from ring- otleiiMvu to one cf a r- fmed and cultivated ray that it has no faults," he replied " but ing when lie was pretent.nnd tuughtElia ! tiiitu. The vacant place ni the wnll will . there is such a charming freshness about tn .in n nvf.-tit when it miff hi iihiieiir rude soon be filled. Louise it, cuimr to sit to' the whulu picture 50 much life, and so .ir. Ij' Wis, me same uiMinguisii'Mi inut ' muui uuuj.iiicy, ma-. 1 snouiu nave ior- j Hint piiinted mv p rtiiiit." gntieu 10 ooservy uiein. uo you b lion Id 1 have forty portraits painted," , loose iiower.-u ihey must have been raid Louise, "1 don't believe there would gathered when morn was in her prime,' be one among them all I should like as lur the dew ii on them yet," for tho productions of the great rnuncal well ns the one doomed to hanihiiient." ; "1 am glad you like it, Mid Louise, composers of Germany, whoso nam swerej " 'I lieu nil I have to say if, you hud "I cannot help liking it," was his reply; over 011 his lips. 1 bi tier at once commence the task of im-! "and I now givtyou fair warning, that if Without speaking, he crossed the apart, j proving your tnte. I should be extreme-1 you sit to me for your portrait, not to cx-menl, and Mopped in front of his wife's ' ly mortified lo have you xpose your ig-1 peel me lo equal it, in some respects, nortrait. which huuiz by the fide of his norance in presence of thobe who are good though at the eamo time tho experience mvn ' iudcres of pjiinting," I obtained by long practice, may enable mo "Are you uwaie, Loiii-e, Mid ho to Mr. ellwonli could m,t help Umikiii; hia wile, ufier examtnmir it for a few ino Unit his nephew, since lie last taw linn, ments, " what a wretched daub this la! "It may not be a first rale painting," tm tvnliftL "but everv one who Sees it nrfinoimr.es it an almost perfect likeness." thin-' which miohl resemble anahercnlion ; of this city," said Mr. Milner, " That is nothing. As a work of art, it between the husband nnd wife, lie adrniily i "1 nin happy lo hear you sny so. Du-is below mediocrity. Mr. Lewis, the art- turned the subjt-ct by asking Louise if she pout is one of those who, by storing their ist who painied mine, is in town, and I would sing mid play one of those old songs i memory with the technical phrnses of on have spoken to him to paint yours. Will he used to liko sj well. of an ait, ore able to tulk fluently of what it bo convenient for you lo sit to him to- " Now, uncle," quickly interposed Phil- in ruiliiy lliey know little or nothingabout. morrow?" ! M't " I heg you won't nsk Louise to sing. 1 With all his pretensions, he is incnpable Being a little piqued nt the disparaging She has no ptyle, and as for her playing, ; of judging whether a picture- is painted terms in which he had spoken of her por. she ran only torture the piuno." j well or ill." trail, which, whatever miyht bo its oilier "She has a clear, sweet voice, if she "I will frankly confess," said Mr. Mil-faults, possessed the important requisite of has im style, and ns for the piano, I s-ns-1 r "that I have belierrd him lo bo a first strongly resembling the original, her lirsl next thut will not coiuplniu if 1 don't." I rate judge, not only of pniining.but music, impulse was to decline having another ta- j " You would not speak thus, uncle, if ; The confident manner with which he cx-ken; but experience had taught her that you had had opportunity to bear the cele-l pressed his opinion, complstely imposed it was not always decreet to yield to first bruted piauisls and tho' finished vocalists upon me, so that at last my belief in his impulses, fo sho told him that she knew 1 whom 1 have had the good fortune to lis-; infallibility was such, thut one of those of nothing to prevent. 1 ten to for the last few years." j slight but expressive shrugs, inimitable, "Then we will have this one removed ' "I have lUcm d to some of them, nnd 1 except to one of his own countrymen, was at once." said he. 1 cannot consent to with great pleasure, I nsure you; but enough to set the seal of condemnation on have it fill to conspicuous n place any 1 pray that I may never ncain have ihe j what I.had previously regarded ns a beau- longer. ' opportunity,, saul Mr. w emvorth, speak- What do you propose in have, done ing rather warmly, " if it will prevent me wilh ill" she asked. "There nre places enough, where it and simple melodies which cheer the fire-rnn Im nut n war oat of siehi." side of the poor nnd the bw!v ns well as "If yon will just assist me lo iuk u .mat 01 lite ricn. 1 must warn you, rump, micu n hmmuki' ui reiruui uib poriran, down, I w ill have il removed iu the course again-l ihat carping spirit and lal.se dclicu- that when his uncle, a second time, proof tho afternoon," said she. cy which makes us, in our engerness lo posed some music, Im did not venture to " Please, mother, let mo have it in my 1 note defects in what was intended to please oiler any objections: for after all, thu con-little room," Biid Pllu, throwing aside her the eye nr ear, to puller what in r ally 1 deinnnlury sentence which, on a certain patchwork, nnd springing up, us soon ns U mililul to pass unucliced. At the rate ' occasion, M. Uupont passed on tho play-her fnlher was cone. "There's a nice you are croini: on now, you will snou be in ; ing and singing of Louise, (not knowiug place to hang it, right at the; fool of toy a Munition to class with those whom a eel-; that his friend Milner was within hearing,) 'mQt, Deal nnu ns soon as 1 uuki in ine mom- euniuti luomi ."siivisi M,ii HTint ti uie iin:ui nun- wi.iiruuiii.-uin, As the bell rune: for service in the after-; cullT noon, ami whilo the children were clustering together, the same wild looking man staggered in once more. Ho surveyed the faces of the children with the closest scrutiny; nnd at length his eyes retted on two bright eyed little girls, who were singing one of their little hymns. Hu sal immovable tis a stature during the whole service, gazing on the faces of these two children.The service clostd, tho congregation dispersed, yet ho lingered, and iho tears came coursing down his face, thick nnd fast. Dr. S. asked him what is the matter. "I am a drunkard a wretch an outcast homeless, and without a penny. unce l had a homo and friends lather, ford to lose the good will of tho people of tho Culled States. Tho Knalbb Minister promntlv said that bis Government would have nothing to do w ith any transaction liased on inch a dlffl- In the tecoiid place, our minister at France, to his praise bo it (Rid, was prompt and decided. He called upon the French minister, and ho abo had Interviews with tho Emperor. He found ibny had no apology for the order to offer, and hu very promptly told them that the uffuu- ffcwi from Oregon, Wo have received Oregon papers to the 17th October. There was much excitement from the hostile acts of thu Indians towards the emigrants. An Indiau war seems probabto. Military companies wero being raiEed In beveral of tho towns. It was reported that a company of tin U. 8. troops, under Muj. Halloy, captured live Indians beyuud Fort Dobe. They attempted lo vscupo, when four of them were shot dcud, aud the other was wounded. They were supposed to have been conoerned In the outrage upon the emigrants.The agricultural and horticultural exhibition of tho territory at Halcin, the Capital, was highly creditable. A long list of exhibitors uppenrs iu the Salem " Statcvnan, Stock of various kinds, the largest and flncst apples, pear, and the various nrticlea in tho vegetable line were in abundance. Tho papers boast thut Oregon Is Items of Foreign Sewi. Dy tho Baltic we have four days later news from Europe. There arc many Hems ofimportance. Consols bad declined 2j per cent, during the preceding week. At the Paris Bourse, funds had declined between 3 and 4 per cent. durlDg the week. Returns from the Bank of France show do orcase of bullion equal to 7$ niillious of dollars during tbe past month. Tho month preoedlng the last, the decrease was equal to 4 millions ot dollars. The Intelligence of the great baltlu of tbe 5th of Nov., caused a very depressed feeling ia England and France. This manifested Itself plainly In tbe money market. The British Parliament is further prorogued to tho Htn of Dec. Charles Kern bio, the great trngedian, died at London on the 11th Inst., aged 79 yearn, Trade- iu the manufacturing towns of England is depressed, especially at Manchester. There Is no prospect of extensive orders from America or Australia, till another season. It Is said Iho Turks proved themselves cow- ardsln tbe great tight of thoolh inst., and deserted their pobt, This Is disgraceful, as the allies are fighting iheir unities for them. Whilu the EuglUb cavalry was flgbtiug hand to hand with the Russian cavalry, the Russian artillery opened a murderous fire of gi apo upon the combatant?, killing their own men as well as tho English. This was nn unheard of act of desperation. Four English generals were wounded in tbe battle of tho 5ib. A proposition. Is started in London to build an American Hotel after the model of the one now going up In Paris, In each of the great capitols , of Europe, and to have them connect by tele-; graph with each other, and with London. The funds it U said oan be easily raised. 1 Tbe Emperor of France, it Is said, has declared the present Is no time for festivity, and he will patronize no kind of gaycty till the result of Sevastopol be known. At bulf past eight in the evening he withdraws from his saloon, let who will be there. It Is said tho American residents of Paris sent a deputation to Mr. Mnou, lo Inform him that If tbe Government did not retclnd the order against Suttle, tht-y would all, at once, leave Paris. There are u thousand American families iu the French capital, and they aro proverbially the gayest aud most extravagant class of visitors, and their loi-n would have been severely felt. The GUmoii affair make no progress. Belmont made a demand of $ 1GO,OUO asan indemnity for him. The Dutch Government unconditionally rcfuH'H to pay him a cent. Belmont has turned tho cute over to tbe Stale Department, and there the matter will probably rest. The Ciiunrd Steamer .'Hp Is ordered forth- without the pytnpalhy or support of Eiigluud, mother, wife, children, and a host of other ;miBtftk , lhe friends, who loved and respected me, r ag(, bro lhe nation was c.Wd One friend after another left me; still I ; ln itl Wlir witu Rineia( tQ8 E W(,bW drank on, and down, down I fell. ! other probably baV(J pCrf,ist,Uj Ulongil Ullowillg him,L.If and mother both went to their graves with in lho mmgi NlW) Ws cIrculnataiUMJ8 rcfi,liro broken hearts. My poor wife dung to me 1 hira lo fittcrllciJ hh pri,lB nml con.i;(U,niT to uifl when all others deserted mo. I still drank interests. That serines has been made, and on, pawned one article after another, until tD;8 MdjL.u ci01ld i,a D0W ()llhS0(t away all was gone; and when my wife refused j to give me her wedding ring, which she ' folaaibus and Uotktnjr Volley Ballroad, clung lo with the tenacity of a deuth grasp, Wo have received from Cuas. Uorumj, Esq., j live order mutt forthwith be rtncimUd, or ho ! tuo fluC8t nPi,,u a"d ww region of lho world, Bhoubl demand bis pnaportf, and return to lho 1 1111,1 lhcr0 P' l bo some foundation for It. United States. He was firm and determined. Tho cllitor of ,Lo 'o'mw had been pre-lle wussuslalned by the entire body of American ' 8Clltc,t witu " 1,oU,e of richest pear cider residents ia l'arw. Tho French Government I lm 1U'1 evcr '"'"d'" Mr. K. C. Geer. of Fruit had no doubt but that he would, ot once, carry l'arra' idtiited his orchard In lc5t), and this fall bis threat Into execution. They were conscious ! Ue ina,I ll,KC Vmt oi cItl,'r (l0m ten Iap that Ihero was no excuse for tho order which i lld di1 11 m a c,mm cljcew' P1"' The would juatify them in lhe ryes of the world, j l,Mrfl averaged 17 ouucea each. Mr. Geer Is re-TI...V .,.( niitmp t.ravB o.n r.,,,,.......,. i wived to have the first cider mill In Oreaon. tho risk of a rupture with the United St'ntf?, ' Co'llracl8 fw tbe stone aul brick work of a , and in Great Britain. AH these things indicate . supported with enthusiasm ; lukewarmness Is been recognized by tbe allies whvn too low that tbe point of attack chosen a entirely Imprac ticable for an assault ; iot after passing the int er works through which breaches wogld hart to bo first mado, other and strooger works cot known to tbe besiegers to exist, would be met, armed with several nmulrvd large guns, and so directed as lo be brought to bear upon any saulting party which might attempt to pass, and which would inevitably be destroyed. It has therefore been resolved, as is proven by tbe last dispatches, to make tbe siege a simple contest with long guns. A tight at close quarters will not be risked until tbey are well satisfied that tho garrison is sufficiently weakened not to be capable of using with eflect the extraordinary advantages for defence which are la their power. The sorties made by tbe Hussions from time to time, bat especially the last oae against the Turkish and Scotch divisions at Balaklava, prove sufficiently their unabated vigor and confidence. Even to accept tbe results on the authority of tbe allies, the Russians stand very favorably ln theso episodes of the siege. Tbe allies assert that Sevastopol is strewn with tho dead and wounded, aud that tho air is infected with their decaying bodies. Yet every m-ldier killed at tho guns Is Immediately replaced, every work dismantled Is Boon again put In fighting order. Besides as has been seen the garrison finds time to make sorties, and to attack tbe enemy iu their camps. All these facta tell so palpably their owu tale, that a certain gloom and uneasiness have spread . over that part of the community at Paris, who are most affected by the results of the war. The Emperor Is said upon good authority to be exceedingly impatient at the tardiness with which the siege operations progress, while at tho same time he Is obliged to admit that the undertaking ; is one of such a magnitude, that It will be a great! with to Toulon, to tuko on board French troops ; victory accomplished at almost any waste of for Sevastopol. The I'unnrd Steamer Eurojm time or men. His impatience, however, Is thought' Is ordered to Kingstown, Ireland, to ship troops ! to grow mainly out of the circumstance that bo to the same place. The Mediterranean and the i needs a large loan, and that ln order to have the West India Steamers nre taku from tbclr lines ! proper amount of zeal displayed by his subjects j and ordered to tbe tee no of war, with troops. In the taking of the loan, his armies must fiist The utmost activity exists in sending forward be successful at Sevastopol. To maintain the reinforcements to Seantpo1. Iwth in France : popularltyof a government In France.lt must be FBOn PAB18. Prreign Corrapondenct ofOu Ohio State Journal. Paris, Wednesday, Nor. 8, 1854. It Is now tolerably clear that tbe garrison of Sevastopol possesses powers of resistance which were not anticipated by tbe allied generals. Aside from tbe boasting of both parties, it Is easy to see that the defence Is not only a vigorous but an effectlvo one, as the loBees In the besieging ranks clearly prove. General Canro-bert himself admits, ia bis last official dispatch to tbe French Minister of War, that " the place has sustained our fire better than we had expected." The large Russian guns are found to bo well directed la their fire, and carry about as far as those of the besiegers. Here, as at the Alma, the Russians exhibit a strong confidence In their success, and there can scarcely bo a doubt that, as before, they will In the end be defeated. But the immense strength of the fortifications will enable them to protract the Issue of tho siege yet much longer, aud It Is barely possible that jltflltS 0f firm Judge Hoff man, of New-York City, has decided that tho stock of the Ncw-Uaven road frttt duloatly Issued by Schuyler, Is valid against the company, and must come In with tbe other stock. Selden, Withers & Co., of Washington, haro made an assignment. Tho report says the firm Is dissolved by limitation, but the fact of assignment looks like a failure. The Globe Cotton Mills, of Utioa, costing ID,-000, have just been sold for $4,000 to a new company. Patrick Kane, a soldier of the U. S. Army, murdered hia wife at Builalo on the night of tho 26th lust., by cutting her throat. Ho then cat his owa throat, aud died soon after. Tho Washington Star says It la believed In diplomatic circles that Soule will not be received at Madrid. Don Piatt, tbe Secretary of Legation at Paris . has brought despatches from Europe and hu been closeted with the Secretaries of Stats and War. Bills of tbe Stook Bank at Ann Arbor, Michi gan, and of ibe Merchant's Bank of Bridgeport, were, at the latest date, refused by the brokers of New-York City. John May, a resident of Mt. Gllead, was kill ed by the carB of the, reight train at Cleveland on Friday last. Tub Commercial Bank 01 Tot.kdo. The Cleveland Herald ot last evening say This Bank, a D.anOh of the State BuK of Ohio, is PiKiin mnt ihrnar In a nffinlnnl n., troop, to change Ibe aoticip.tedre.ult. It "PorteU lci to-d.y. II. University at Corvallis had been made. The , groat alarm on the part of lhe governments. building would lie n tnbstanttnl one, and would ; present a fine nppearimce. f Sensible Advice The editor discourses of onions ns follows; ) The telegraph from lhe capltol of South Caro-"Mr. Oliver l'icknrd, of this county, left nl Una brings us a short abstract of tho message of our olllco fight onions, Whith Weiuhed eleven ' C.nv Mann'mm nf lhat fitatn. In tbe l.PirUlfthirA ptmnds and a half. Eleven bushels were raised . 1( haa llla(iy KBt,Mfl tuillRfl Ul lt and if l)iH Uixm Aiii Kinari' ft'ist of crrnnnih nr tit ll.n nt i . V . " ' B The Black LavsHbnt were Tot) I I felled her to the earth, seized her fincer, , tho President of this Company, a report of tho ; Wo have been accused of advocating the re- toro off the ring, and pnwned it for rum. ! Chief Eaginecr.Benj.il. Lutrobc, of the prelim-1 viva, of the Black laws, so ceiled in Ohio. Wo That fatal blow muddened her, and in des- j hnny surveys of that part of lho route lying be- have done nothing of lho kind. Wc expressed a Jiair she loo drank, and together wo wal- tweeu Lancaster and tho Ohio river. It appears ; doubt as to lhe propriety of Virginia cuntiuuing owed in tho gutter. ,liat tbe whole distance from Laucu?tcr to the j on her slate tu book, a law against emancipation, 1'ennyless wo begged our way to Ihis; uum 15 ,u miiei' Enu ""nunc pumi 01 junction wnea iuc uiaca is 10 00 leu in tnat state, tuus . ' great city from Vermont. I lero we hired mlu ,1)0 nver to Pwkersbarg, Is b miles. The ; forcing all who withal to free their slaved, to '"'"d 1 1 .jl, : n .t;.n)ni .tr.,i -n.i I maximum izrades are ft fraction over 52 feet to I brinir tlietn to Ohio or other free States. Wcdo sent our children out to beg. Many a. il9 mile Tlw C0!t Iler mile Pinnated at j not think newly emancipated slaves make a de-weary day we spent in lhat dreary cellar,! fa3,747, or I-iiC231s for tho whole distance, sirablo population, and wo prefer that Virginia whilo our children were winderintf c r"1"10'1""1'10" rcPettl utr "'trlctiva laws, and inako streets, begging for iheirdrunken patents, j "s C0BJ ,,p ,0 1 provWott ,or lho mw'Tt Bml educiIon of ber About forty days since, my little girls went ot road ,wt;vecn 'B"c"ktcr thB ,rl"r' co,a-' own fl honw- W h m no out to beg, and from that limo lo this I uuctl! ul 00 " iwMia i,e 'T PTd Mt.1whl1"wJr "m I lermlnus, with other important lilies. j ofsene will admit to be an evil, and said " We 1, e u.,,1.- ueiuiuiutv ini'i imumuu iu pjh.h ui j uoh i nau iui , Bo oi ou;iiicp. i no uoen uk oi i hiiRll. lii npr ntri ' i f?riftiona had been adopted years ego, tho State The ofllcesof Iho lteglbter and Receiver of j ouht have been in a ltler position than it is at ibe Laud office, for the territory have been lo- Pnnt- Tnp Ilati-li Is dated the 2ftth, and cttled nt Oregon Cily. , : , , j " Tho Leifilaturo ol Soutli Carolina assembled ami organized yeotenlity. 1 he boveruor s Message was sent in to-day. It relates mostly to Slate alluirs. He says the present financial 'distress is Kreater than nt any time since 1637 ; op-poM the creation of new banks, as not calculated to remedy ihe evil ; recommends a change in the school eystera ; thinks tho laws relative to free perilous of color arriviug at the seaports might bo modified, so as not lo give cause of offence to foreign Governments. Hu considers that the United States should carefully observe treaties, pursue a sound, dis creet foreign policy, avoid the appearance of grasping any portion 01 mreiga territory, tie regrets the result of the recent elections at the North, us indicative of a great disturbance of thu harmony of the country, aud counsel calmness, moderation and forlwarnnce, and hopes the South will discard puny jealoucs and stand by thu constitution." "Without food or fire, I clung lo my dis-1 mal Abode until hunp-r forced mo out, nnd tu J wm mm , (n a ,o ' tl.ct. I boRon to tearclt for in y cluldrt-n. . ,,,,. c4cl. T, ,,;, (rom ,,,, cll 0 My dorjrad.-d wife hod been mm 10 Black-f UnHiU.r M ovcr htorHo well's UtanJ, 113 a vagrant, nnd alone I ' , ,;,', Columbus will call for went to tlie Islands, to llio House of Uef-i to shun a few laulls which nre discernible on n careful inspection." h;ul been culiivaiinir iiia delicicv cf tnste "I find that your opinion is very dilTer- .1 i-l .' r. 1 . 1 . f l I 1 ... I I at lhe ra.no lime, in order lo prevent nnv- for tho last two years lms'bcen a resident ! T' " ,.?. T., V.., .' mrlJ " r,slcrn fonio" l,1..- I " ' IK! CIlltMrUtUU. last few days I have lived m Cow Bay, I among beuears nnd thieves. To-day I tho completion of the road between tbe two pla- til u I picture, or a fine piece of music." I "We nil have our weaknesses," said fruin liMeiiing with pka?urt to thoseMveet Mr. Wellworth; "pinning your faith on tl, uupont s sleeve was yours. 1 Mr. .Milner found lhat he had made have seen two children, who, if they had not looked so clean, and sung so sweetly, I would havo called mine, Oh! would to (iod they were !" "Te'.l me the name said Dr. S., "and I will see." In a few minutes two interesting little girls were led towards him. At the first sight of this fearful looking man, they shrank back. Tho poor man sprang to his feel, exclaiming, "They are mine! they It ? Wo wait for a response. Now, let us see what wero lho Muck Inwti ? They were passed in 1804, and IS07. They required every black to register his or her name, and tho names ol his or her children. In Ibe of.lco of the clerk of the County Court. Persons were forbidden to hire, or In any way employ any black or mulatto persons unless their uames wero registered an above, under a penally of from ten to fifty dollars. No black or mulatto persons w ere permitted We have been ro fortunate, nijs Mr. Cunard. of the English line of steamer, as to curry Iw.tit 1 fill 0011 unccimirprii nrruUM tho Allnntifl. u dipianeo of It.uoo mil"1!, without injury to oue to emigrate Into or settle in Ohio, iiulrwi Ihey of them. I should give Imnds with two or more freehold True, and thi fact afford a text for a much securities la five hundred dollars conditioned longer sermon than wa h,vo time to write to- j for their good behaviour, and thai tbey should day. The KnuliMi nro provcrbiully much more 1 not become a tctviuhip charge. careful of life 011 their public conveyances than Any person employing a black that hud not we ere. Her railroads and steamboats are complied wilh Iho above requirement, wasliable more Hi "roughly built, and carefully watched. 1 to a fine of si 00, and alw liMilo rr lho main' Where safety ii necessary, time nnd speed are tact incut! to il. InMrnd of pishing on In a are mine! My children, rion I you know denw log, at me rate or twenty nines an nuitr. your poor falh'er? Come to me, my chit-! the Cunard Meams would run slow, and keep dren. Father loves you; he won't hurt , wide of Hie shores. Her traveler-! expect this, you aud do not complain, If, by It a few hours of tcimiice of the block, Ac. No black or mulatto person was peimittcd to lw sworn or to givo evidence in any court of record, or elsewhere, when cither parly was a white person. Theso were the genrral provisions of lhe Ho reached out his arms; and the little tlmo ll l0,t Ilut au American company of black laws of Ohio. Will our neighbors bo ones were lunid nt nrsi, out tney soon , - k or Liver pool. Tbe difference In cbarad- r nretmnic for the different results. climld up their father's knee, while lhe I tbo Arcllc'8 fate 10 the l" tears were streaming down his cheeks. ln 'uo J''ra6.I wrl" ftt. "Kiss your poor drunken father, my children.' But the face of the man was so bl.ick and so filthy, that not a place could be found. So ihey forgot lho dirty face and remembered their poor degraded futher, and each entwined their little arms utnlttrd flavcH of Virginia! death. The expulsion of Mr. Soule from France gave rite to so much angry feeling that the public mind seems to have been relieved of a great weight in its settlement. It now appears that no overt act or hostility against the government of France has Wen proven or even urged against Mr. S. ; and since ho was allowed to remain seven weeks In France previous to tho Congress at Osteud without any protestation on Ihe part of the government, and sinco he was cordially Invited to visit the Emperor while at Paris, end bad an apology made him by the Chief of Police for having sent a spy to travel with hira, it must have been the share which he took In tbe Congress at Ostend, or the nature of his associations at London, that determined the extraordinary cournfl which the French government felt Itself called upon to adopt. France has many causes to Irritate her against the Uuited Stales, all of which no doubt exercised an lutluenco against Mr. Soule independent of those complaints personal to himself. An influential officer of the United States government at London opens his house to expected, auu will not dspifetiai.8 ftit Its circulation. Delegate mov Kiii.Tho St Louis ligtnrer Informs nt that thr.;e candidates art In the of Id for relegate to Congress from thlsltr- ' rltorj. Ail tbrco are from Slave States, one from Tennessee, and two are from Ulsaouri-Where aro tho friends or Freedom T Death or Jcdoe Renick. The Wyandot Pioneer mentions the death of Uou. Able Renlck, at his residence la Marseilles township, Wyandot oounty, on the 20th lost. Judge B. was a native of Virginia emigrated to Ross ooanty la this Slate in 1602, aud in 1827 removed to bis late residence. He was In his 82d year at the time of bis death. Tho 24th annlveriary of the Revolatloa la Poland was celebrated ia New-York on the evening of the 27th. Spcecbci were mads by John P. Halo, Horace Greely, &c. A man by the name of Howl and Is tho defaulter In the National Bank, N. 7. He had withdrawn from $00,000 to $80,000, which wis found upon his person. The Bank, lt Is said, will sustain no loss. It Is rumored that our Government Intend to bombard some of the Dutch tonus in tha East India Islands as compensation for the refusal to pay tho 9100,000 to Cant. Gibson. Why not try Grey town again! y iwv. 11. 11. uiicucocK auu wuc, nvv. u. uur-son and wife, aud Uov. W. O. Baldwin and wife sailed from New-York for Honolulu, oo tbe Ocean Pearl, on the 27th inst. A company of wharf negroes of Havana, drew tbe great prlzo of $100,000 in tbo Havana lottory of tho 16th. Dr. Bcale, the Dentist, was sentenced to four years and six months Imprisonracut for tbo outrage upon Miss Mudgu. Ho made a speech, at-serted his entire innocence, and censured tbe District Attorney and Jury for his hard fate. Georgo B. Richardson, Nephew of Job Rich ardson, tho late defaulter at Oswego, N. Y., and book-keeper aud cashier of that office, has been arrested, and committed to jail for examination. He Is suspected of being the guilty party. It Is said dU patches havo becu received it Washington of disastrous news from Sevastopol, aud that thu French Government would not allow It to bo published. Wo do not think that any movement of importanco could havp K"n kept from the Brili-b press, and that thlHTa mere rumor, without foundation. A dispatch from Botou gives extracts from a letter written by an officer of the L. S. Sloop of War, Albany, Sept. 23th. He savs the thin Is ordered to a cruise among the West India Islands lhat may keep them off till Spring. Tho ship no doubt U safe. The Wheeling Intelligencer says the Belmont Iroa Mills of that city have 1U,01)0 kega of nails on hand, waiting tram-por tntion down the river to the various markets of lho West At Poraeroy ihero are nt least a ijuarter of a million of dollars ia Ihe ahapc nfco.il, salt, Iron, Ac, waiting a pawago to market. Tho Ohio, wc are glad to see, is getting navigable again, there being ovcr five feet of water at Pittsburgh. Circlcville bank notes arc selling In Clnchv almost nightly reunions of tho deadliest enemies " " , " " " ,uo UU1 . ' . ' ha 90. Tha Baltimore & Ohio Ballroad Eirartionisli, From the letters of tbe Baltimore American i we arc gratified to observe tho general satiifac- tlon given to our distinguished guesls. Wc annex a few Items from the last letter : THU CAPrtAL oi- OHIO. I closed my last letter at Columbus, but bad not time then to speak ol that beautiful city as it deserves. Columbus is Miuah-d on tbo Scioto river, and on the line of tbe Ohio Stale canal. It has a resident populaliou of about twenty-five thousand souU, to-whieh larue additions are made during tbn aeiHhhgo of the State fi. I nt 1 ire. lis directs aro wide and utll paved, its oiiiKlings linndrionii) tiinl many ol imposing mug. which tho Bonaparte family has on earth: to the Koseuths, tbe Lcdrti Rollins, (be Mazzlnis, the Louis B lanes ; and from this body proceeds tho most intiammatory proclamations against the I Bouapartes, calling on the people of France to rise and exterminate them, and which are signed by tbatarue United States officer, and by means O-Thomas P. Cfp,-, of Philadelphia, tbe orignator of lho Liverpool packets, died hut week In thai city, worth ulmut seven millions of dollars. Landing or tiic Pn oniM.-. lho 2 2d of Dt- of the advantages pertaining to his positloa as ccrow is too anniven-ury or me inmiinffor the such Is enabled to Introduce and circulate them 1 n,Sr,IM uPoa rijtnoutb Hock. N. VoKi Fuik DErinruKNf. According to lhe lat annual report of ihe Chief Engineer of the N. 1. Fire Department, it uppenrs there were, during the year 1B,S, three hundred aud eighiy-llve llrei. (more than one a day), involv- Flits Ixqcists. Tbe good 1 1 cplo ol Montreal are circulating a petition v le pu-c;itvd to Parliament for tho cstablit-hiiH ut of tiilni- nal,or Ibe apnolutmeatof BnoHieiT.ieMdlwilli Inn a I0.-4 011 buildlnus of S.'i.lll ' dollir-. ami ubout his neck, ami lonuiy Kisseu nun; j mil powers to investigate tiioor n ainicm-um-1 niereha.ulize, household punk Ac. ;,u;a,-and the eldest one tnid, with a voico that Blanees of every lire, and whose d'liy it ;h,ill k- j 7 dollar-! Well may the eiij pupt 1. say touched every heart, leather wo nre so ' promptly lo report to tbo proper u-nlioiity und ibm ilgur!i spvak startling Met:'. Under tho happy here, we want to stay here. Won't - all parlies Interested, the result ol .-ueh im er-ti-1 usjK'ciation thai the work l tire has lucreiued you come nnd live here tuo,' papal What' (ration. Tho object Is to check the ft.Tieney of m tho city during the jrar IKH, mid lhat tbe makes you arm It sur near papa, uosign urcsoy cxpujiug mu nuiT.rmwi hiuiohmoiu ; next report oi me tinei Riguircr ui nil a thu pledge, and don't drink uny more. j 10 gm uegngeuce aim aim 1 1 1 'i 1 lie. or 1 .... rii.i.. tl... la.i ,1... i'. ....... . .. 1 1. -. .1... - -1 1 I .1 1 ...... 1 i . . . . : . t ... ' Tl ... XI, VI ..I U I ... ... I l,,u ,K"4' t " 1 "J ".v. j - ...- ...O..o; - , , - , nig. i cun ii.ua ti i ou iwy umiu uu .'iilmihii., i .-uyj. n.c vi.j .j - . ... -i'i'"- "I" '.' " I Mr, ivose found us in the street, begcing, i to public or private malice, hub may do prooucuvo oi goon it nu curling hair, niiu inose sweet ,iay uowera ( mems suneu to a neaiiny siuie 01 miuu ' uusi io?u ui ouinnier, yon are holding in your bund. .May I will be n j- cted us lacking in refinement, lor threo vuices, by Meader. rv.ll., 1,1 r..r r. lnrn. harmonized , ni , i, nA nnnn. rr,m, i This mav be nrwlucltve ol troo. umiIis But I ti i.. .., -:....i i i. i.n.i.i,,., have it in my room, inollurT" Uewure of miMakiug Mjueamishnesa lor had an excellent bass voice, and Mr. Lewis ,j lob(j ' ; every wlicy taken out for an amount gnwler gintt i miracting verv general iiotivc in all Mrs. Milner had only time to give her true d. l.cary. I once knew tt gentleman, made no objection to trying the tenor, Th J,,. hcnrt Wlls overwhelmed; tban two-tbirdsof the valucof prope.iy injured. : Ul0 cities of thoYniou. Tbe geutb iucn assent, when the donr bell rung, and the who, having come lo the conclusion to wht.e Louise, who sung the soprano, ac , , , , , , . For loa, Con.p-1 tt..- ..w.r..r property to b Insurer lii.(rm italtimore who recently vhdted the West next nimuto Mr. Wellworth, li.-r litis- innke proposal:! ot inarnage lo a most iovc companun tnt-ir voices witn me ptnno. ' lhun nn hour they sat ihus together, till ut ! l.iM-ell. end n, kHw would .en ... , , on lhu of opening Iho Central Ohio band's maternal uncle, wns u&nereti mm ly, aniiauie, una mu'reming young may,: whim jiu-lls wura sung, i nst mun nrosc still clincing to his nnr ol ih.-ouiimm ol Hie-. the room. He had for many years resi-, who was. moreover, heiress to ipiitea hand-, Mr. Lewis raid that he had not enjoyed any -m i e,-..;,.. i'ne niuVe' the i . , '7, r' ded at the West, nnd owing to the great s.im lortnne, abandoned his intention be-1 music so well for n twelvemonth. Even ' '"nJ m TV ni J T I'T' W liXsfW tho vn hie of anils, which he ennsc. a ter a onir ride cue frosty Octo- Mr. AlUner ConfeMid lhat ho lind seldom 1 . .. : f.... uievoimnn ,...,. ..Km,,. .Mieyvu-nvi.., nl tnde. its fIoits numerous. proeH.-ring. Tho State Capitol now in progress of erection Is tbelaruet and finest capltol built by any Stale of Ibe Union. Il occupies nearly lue sume extent oi ground niue capiioiat v, aan-Ington, without the wings now erecting, and is built entirely of white marble, lt Is composed of a central nuiluing Willi wiug. a loliv ami lm-, poking dome crowning Ibe centre the State' AsylnniHtor tho Innnno. Blind, Deaf and Dumb1 aro also located at Columbus, forming elegant architectural addition to it, and tbe uoblcst of monuments to thu likrnlity and philanthropy of the State. Columbia In in the heart of the rich Scioto valley, and drawn its thriving trade from tbe immediate country with which it ii surrounded. Tho Central Ohio liuilroad terminates there, forming couni-etioun there with roacU running to Cincinnati, Daiou, Cleveland, Piiua, Spring-Held, Indiaiinpolii, and with many olher places with which tlif rmuls running west, norlli and northwest connect. Referring lo thu Supper at tbo Nell House, and tbo very complimentary terms In which tho services of Mersr. Garrett & Sons were alluded lo (and a heartier uspoue eould not have lvcn givnn,) the coirespoudnl addi: J. n. fin.i.iv.i. Il I iitedb sa lo nay lhat Ibis deTieil enlo-g in in hiw well rceeivtd by Hie company, who, however, cre not willing toMillulraw from Mr. Sullivan all Ihe merit that u ilue lo bim. An an evidenee of il, nnu of the ireiillemeu bnd prepared a loivt, which It In lo lie regretted, he liml not Iho opportunity of offering. It is so full ot inenniiitr. lhat il huM not le wllbheld, nnd we hike pleasure in record i air II J. 11. Sullivan A financier nho raises money upon tho solid crurlili' of integrity, truth and candor. Great prrparalionit nro making for the prosecution ol an active trade over the Central Ohio Railroad lo lltiltitiu.re. Tbe rolling power will soon Iw placed upon il, and there Is every ren-soti to believe lhat this will bo the favorite line clandestinely throughout the country, lt Is true that Mr. Sanders was superseded in office before he sigucd Ibe document referred to ; but It is dated at tho former consular office, and to tho people of Franco retains all the prestigo which belonged to bis position as an officer. The Soule duel affair at Madrid ; tho projected annexation of Ihe Sandwich Inlands, where tho French have always Imagined they possessed a Sulphur Is m scarce In Ruia that, it Im said. Iho Czar Is ready to contract with another calibrated Prince who? ibuninions abound Iu that commodity. Tbe papers have bnd it thai Sviintor Clayton was present at Iho Into Know Nothing Convention In Cincinnati. The (iazrtn hjb this Is a mistake, Mr. C. has net been there. A writer in a late number of tho Louisville nnd iln manufactures jcoatrollng lafluenco; the uew treaty nt Saint ; Journal saytt : " lhat jnrticc, policy and peace, uumingu; uiu uuBigua upon vuiw, me aympainy --""i u""i.i,-n .hwi-h . imi'iv-for Russia; the late proceedings of French mife," refugees In the port or New-York ; the amst j Tho Nw Bedford .Urrmrv sis, that Gov-of a French consul at San Francisco In direct ; cruor rjaker.of Hsirp-hlrc, hiu lotnad tho contravention of a consular treaty but recently Kuow NoUiing-. Ho Is a Democrat. ' concilium ; an inew circumManci-s are poinica out by French writers as evidences of a want of good faith and of gmxl intentions on Ihe part of tbe Unilcd Stales lows.nl France, and no doubt exercised their intluenco In arresting Mr. Soule on the borders of this country. Besides, at this moment the French government happens to hare at Washington an Ambassador who Is little partial to American diplomacy, and whose secret It Is raid Ihe publishing House of Little, Brown, ,t Co., of l!u5lou, have paid tbo family of Iho late Judge Story, lhe sum of $150,000 for the copyrights of ki! various works. II. W. Derby 4 Co., sell .".flOu copies of Uar-per's Mngatlne per month, at their bouse InCincinnati. The portrait of J. Ituuel Lowell, the poet, dispatches to the homo government are no doubt uoms luu 1 'cnr oi i uioam. calculated lo assist In maintaining the Irritation I Col. Wm. Walker, ihe humbug and Magnllo- which already exists, quenl " PrcfUenl of lho Rupublio of teaora " The ready manner, ho ever, In which the 1 has become one of the editor of iho democratic Government receded from lho position which It j State Journal " In California, it la Just the had taken, shows that it feels Ihe necessity of sort of man lur such a post, uol ipiorroling with Its best customer. There It Is said Ihe Pretldcnl and the Secretary of are Indeed many reasous why It could not, the j Wur will call loudly upon Congress for four id-principal of which Is the tow of trade, and the 1 ditlonal regiments of mounted troops for tho next lhat of the lovo which exists between tbe I army. The Secretary of ihe Navy will also ask people of the two countries. Neither Mr. Smilo for twelve more steam ships of war of the flrrt nor Louis Napoleon pofwctw a sufllelenl hold on cUk We doulit lhe wisdom of these measures, the affections of their respective nations lo make i A C(i,rurnia Cl,m l n 8 nll.a R nevT lritl t0 their quarrels the cauio ol a war. ror Louis ft (M)Ucr 0, ,k, t Uial u ftlUlcomK,mwi, Napoleon such a quarrel would cost him bit ' otj ittu testimony of n Chinese witnew. throne; to Mr. Soule.lt would secure a Utile I , , , , . .. . n t mrnnsH in nurrhased ut an early t-eriod, had become , her moruini:, she ute with apparent relict pnssed n pleasnnter evening, wealthy. Having no liunily of his own, 1 of tho iuLsUmlial viunds provided for Mr. Wellworth spent several weeks, he had furnished llio funds necessary for hrenkfatt. Me had got it into his head wilh them, during which time lho old cus-his nephew education, nnd, p ubsrtjuenl- iliat a lady of true refinement should nev-1 torn of cheering tho evenings with music ly, rendered him eflkient aid in establish-' cr partake of anything mora gros llinn was permanently revived, not ugnin to hu ing him in business. Ha was n middle 'jellies, oruuges, or, ut best, n little sponge-; relimpiished. Little Ella, who was per-oged man, und of an uncommon cheerful rnke. This same over n lined gt nth man nulled lo sitiil! eight o'clock, to her fnthfr's trmperumei.t, which muniletu d itself in js now a confium d im briate. Fur my own surprise, could sing quite correctly. Ho his general demeanor, ns well ns in n cer-: part, I have always found it best to cultkdid not disdain simple ns were tho tain heartiness in tho tones of his voice, ( vute u disposition to ho ph ned lo set words and melody lo listen lo her favor-and in lhe clear, sunny t-parkle of his ha-; things in their hesl liyht. Now Ishould'nt ite evening hymn which sho was in the zel eyes, whenever the slightest dawn of, wonder if you Imd viulntid this rule with 1 hahit of singing tho Inst thing before ro- .mil. hnvi-n-d on Ii is bus. He wns. reearil to the nnrliait. now under sentence tiring lo rest. mnrmtviT. (renileuinnl v in his depnrlmeiit, : 1 1 Lnnibhiiient. literal v ns well ns nielu Mrs Milner sut to Mr. Lewis for her and possessed, in nn eminent degree, lhe i phorically, Perhaps if il weiu placed in portrait, and a capital likeness it proved i marka nrt nf renderimr himself plenving to thobe , a belter lieht, lhe want of harmony in the I to be, though the artist would not admit I llorselmek, and olher ouuloor 1 ravo him lho pledge; and from that ,1,-. sun-, in htitlin-j m-m- lin4 mrahiki time ho has most faithfully kept it. He iuavtI G. Simpson, luto Tren-un r of Philadel- is now n miin nrmin. enfrnieo in Dusiness. ni. n r.,t-i.mi.nt mr hu niiu ,,r, .i., r..,.,i. 'n,u earning ten dollar, per week: nnd none I ,r,M,,m,il,TOlicU ImWei, l.ullihl.'.h,.i: lcra' l''' " """ W ."-1 oen.furt of il traveler. ' Ititllroud, witoiMil the uperatloiix of this engine ' In Cincinnati, and went home full In its praise determined thai Haltlmore should linvo the beu- (1f travel from East to Went, because of Its elll of il, with the addition of tho paid system I shortness, nnd also from (lie fact lhat king tho of firemen. New-Huveu, Albany, and Newark, "i"1 Anthem ronie, it wilt bo lew likrly lo ho v, , , ..,,..,! .... .i i imiKMlrd bv snow, while the comparative mild- tern will be widely adopted, A Klune,o at tbe Immense annual los.-. liy lire In New-York, near threo millions of dollurs, (a would recognize in thut well dressed man, Q strong ellorl ou tho part of Mr. Bailey, thu I who still boards in lhe house, mo uegnutea state Treasurer, nnd tint Attorney General lo nnrrinnl. whose nortrait can slill lo seen in Uhtuld Simo-mi tioiu il i..-naliv nr ih,i lnw. lho Uouso of industry, uaguern oiypeii in , .Mr. Hewi, ihedu-lnct I'rosecuting Attorney had i ,u,hl i""""" all its sinking deformity and stpialor. : Simpson indich-d, but Wiore tbo trial, lhe ease Bwrapanles.) leads to tho impilry. why tho lunu- , ; was lakeu uul of bis hands, and transferred to rc In"1 hin h lire Uo nul uk 011 t'llort to The New-irk hrpmt is leiib'iueu wun one, lhe Supremo Court, for trial. Meanwhile ar- j introduce the London system in their business T of our "isms" out west. 1 1 thinks our attention, j rangemonts have keu made lo permit him to j la tl,ut citT-luo flro drparimeiit la wholly under whom the reotiirements of business, or so cial lile, bnmght him in contact, whether the inmates of the collage or palace, without either compromising his dttrnity, or transgressing the rules ul refinement. Mrs. Milner was delighted lo see him, und battened to place for him uu tirm-chair, in comfortable proximity In the bright coal tire, which lho keen, frosty mid-winter's day, rendered peculiarly grateful. "If vou had arrived two miiititts toon- said she, " yuu would nave lounu my 10 ri.pu'tl coloring, which you complain of, might be that it was equal, in some respects, to tho ! ktter understood nnd appreeiaieu in Ie,s coi'picuoua? It occurred to inc,U.le , one painted by I lurry Union wind, ho j "uvlS examining you is, tins niternooii, lhat you '"o, "umu oo iiueseuuuuu io umiisu iruin might have selected a place for it where il ; its original place on tho wall. Arthur" would be seen lo heller advantage. To-1 Home Oazettr. morrow, when we can again have the hen elit of davl L'ht, wo will see. Uut what made you discover so muny fuulls in your I yi-nrs sine.', rniuewhcr In thu region of thu 1 resistnnee to the trying extreme of a rigorous wife's porlrait all at oncef The last time I vHlil." Moiiuinins, iu the (.innlle Slate. Hu cltmaio. b,-fnn. llu- ilmt I wim hen. v.m wined tit l,llll"-winilow was so silualed. tlmt rroin ittliere belore tins l int l was- liirv, uu s eineil to H.H uM yWw it Mmm(lloc( Moim. be quite Well satished With it. mill. One Sulilmth. expatiating to hii audience 1 had seen but few eocd pictures then, ,m Ui0 P"wrol faith, he recited the piuno i irom i lie isevv l esliuuent, in wlneli it is snnl, of late, tocinnini Is among the most ex-; eMnW xm K-iinlty due his ollence. Mr. Herd, celleut nioveuientsof lhe day; an im that ought j m vjmv ur u,e fnct reumiked "lhat hereafter ho lo succeed. Let our ladie think of these re- woui,i ioui, w),i. man commmnraliou on lho ! obscure fi-liitis who have no inllueiicn nl their xeick-s, are enimiiaiiit.ti Old Dr. S. wan aiming tho tmt eccentric geniuses of the " elnlli." II'1 held forth many well develmied loriiiH, and endurlinr k -nut u- nrn soiui'iliiiig ol a pro ei b. Tbe blonin ol health lii.Rerit longer on their cheeks, than lldoes upon that of our own countrywomen, who, tlnitling llienn-elvts un in dum too in ueh, in winter ami summer, proportionately wenkeu their powers of the management und control of tho Insurance companies. It Is a voluntary asocial km, and the expenses are defrayed iu proportion to the business) dono by each insuraueo company, a mini mum rate being fixed. The department consists of one superintendent and four foro- Wur.ek or hik May Flovi:u. Ity a dcimUh men; twelve engineers, who arc paid seven dol- fiom buffalo we learn that the splendid steuuu'r '0l' a week, with n free buiic; seven snb engi neers at mx dollar nnd a hall per week; thirty- husband nt home. He has now gone lo his place of business, but I will bend for him." "By no means, Louise," replied Mr. Wellworth. "He will be here all in good j time, and we shall find plenty to chat nboul, I dure say." " I suspect there is not lho lenst dnnger r of a failure in that respect, snid she, ns she " look her sewing and sealed herself in the corner, opposite horunclo. 11 And this is little Ella, 1 suppose," said ha, reaching out bis hand, and twining "If ye have tidlll nn a grain of mustard seed, "Anil yuu hutl not Iheu liad llio kiu'lil I y,. ehonhl ny (u thin mountnin, Be ye removed, of M. IHipniila judgment and skill rein-1 etc. Then Im exclaimed, "Yea, my hearers, If We Irust to sen tbo day when " rtiuestrlan. ism " iu this n'glon will lm voted fihutntlle. It is a good " bin rr for town or country. One nf In best disciple we ever heard of was Mrs. Fanny Kcniolo minor, w ni-u sun resiueu at imu- May Flower, rutuiing ktwceu I in Halo and Detroit in (bo Michigan Central Railroad line, went nshore ou Friday night last on the western side nf Point au Pelle. She Hen high and dry, aud there was a report In Buffalo that she went to pleees In tho gule of Sunday evening. The May Flower was driveu ashore near Ashtabula In tho fall of lt-dO, but was got off In lhe spring without serlotiB dumage, Tho point where she Is uow kaehed lien nearly opposite Saudiisky. mouico s Hotel, uowu in itronuway, wuno years " i,u"w,K, , rr wavn on oy mu sirmnvr since. It was a habit of her's to ride out ol , Ocean running In tho snmu line, two senior lire men at six dollars, and Ihirty-nlne junior llreinen ut live dollars each per week, with fourteen drivcrcln all, one hundrtd ami nine prrnon. Anil tuis in ordinary times is the en tire lire department of London. Tho clleet of this system Is seen In tho fact that lusuraneo In New-York Is five limes higher than In London Our proverbially fast wople are evidently behind lime In this matter of protection against lire. A reform seems imperative. live lo the lino artsf" said Louise, in lone which showed sho doubled theirinfallibility. "Whoia M. Pupontt " inquired Mr. Wellwurlh. "A centlemtin of highly cultivated laste," replied Philip, "who has honored Vonli.nl faith ns a urain of mnMard seed, and clioulil say to Old Mouiidnock, lie yo removed, it would lm" when, pHumng, and cabling his eye oul of tho window, he shook his head gravely, und continued--"doubtful wy htartrt. Old Monad nor k is a tolerably biff Ml hut you can tiytt." TIn "Northern l.iuhi" pevnetrntes the follow- mo with his friendship for the last twelvo ln l,i,L''p ' subllinliy-throws lludibrns Into months " I "bwlw: " It is M. Dupont who hns dono all tho 1 " uirouSh n uiniritnV btiing ; miiebief, thent'1 Kid Mr. Wellworth, t 1 XtCfi.'SS'"'.-- town every morning, often ns far as York llle, long bcfnro ft nuijorily of our townspeople wero out of k-d. Ilrcnklnst nlway 'ollowed never preceded the task. The curious crowd, at length. wer apprised of the fnct, nnd many who would not for tho world rise al seven, ordi narily, got up ut six to ieo the diiiinguuHrd woman on her Pegasus, " 1 he last ol (lie Kent-Ides ' kiro the niiuoyHiicc as long as she could, but patience irave out at lust, and to escape be ing gaied at her groomsman was instructed to saddle the horse In Greenwich street, rear of the hotel. Tho ruse succeeded, and over after, we ( believe, she was left to enjoy her morning ride ail nione. HtMi't mi.t) Raii-soap. The following gentlemen were elected Directors of (he Hemp lie Id rond nl tin Inte meeting of the stockholders: Robert T. Conrad, Daniel Deal, of Philadelphia; James Puul, Dr. Jiuiioh Baker, ol Wheel-lug; C. M. Roed, Wm, McKennuii, of Washington; HurIi Y. Brady, of Greenskirgli, Tho Washington (l'enn.,) Hrpnrter thinks that Judge Conrad will Im continued Presldeut of tho Company. He Is popular, and, since his election as Mayor of Philadelphia, ho has de clined to accept any salary from the t-onipany. The Davton tiatette, commeniinu on a re mark by ihe Catholio Tublrt, thai tbe victories of the Know Nothings would make ktter catholics by driving them out of politics, says "thut no niHti noe initio is pontics H apt to no a gooit ehiilian. or oven n second rate one. Tho lond lhat lends to olliee, does not pass u ithin a thousand milti of tht neattit rhureh." Wo have known men travel tu oiflce rluhl through n ehitreh. never could have got lo tbe journey's end If ihey hud not taken ttiu church iu their way. How do you exnluui that, IVIundn of Uie Gur.i'tlef It Is true, and yet we believe you re r i gui, Alter all. the feature of the trip wus lhe run lo Cincinnati. Nothing in that line was ever better done. Several of the gentlemen personally assured us that II was the perfection of railroad equipments and order. However, Cruve- liug always puts every thing through there. Is no mistake about him. niK i.irru; jiuui it.ur.ROip. At Columbus our party wero turned over to ! distaff and thread bolonsjcd, according to the dc- llieeare ot .Mr. n. ll, i. leineiu, MiiH'rinieuueni, more of that peculiar notoriety which he already j possesses and so much courts. ' Rauhh laptntlllaM, Tho foreign correspondent ol the N. Y. fo-itrttr who writes under tbe signature of" G. de F.," in a late letter says of Belgium that, In ro-1 ganl to tho gospel, the majority of the people : nro grossly superstitous. Nowhere, except per-1 haps In Spain and Ihe more retired districts of Italy, have tbe priests taught mure extravugant funics. He gives the following examples: There Is, near Brussels, a place much renowned for tin pilgrimages. At certain appointed seasons thousands of poor people go thither from all the provinces of Belgium. They walk upon their knees around the altar, aud so numerou-l thai the marble pavement Is worn hollow. What has been placed In Ibis much frequented rhspel? Later, and you see upon tbe altar an iron colliu. Aud what la In this coftlu T A distaff with n few bits of thread wound around It, Well 1 this nnd Mr. 11. Crcveling, Muster of Trains, ou the Liltlti Miami, lolumbit and .euia Kallmann, through the courtesy of Ihe nulhorilies of which roud, our trip was to lie extended to Cincinnati. Messrs. Cleuient und Crevelliig were unceasing In their niteniion and courleHcs, The railroad from Cnltiiiihiitt lo Cincinnati Is the crack road of tho West, nod Is (((Hailed but by few at tho Last, Leaving Columbus at t) we reached Cincinnati at l,haing made the distance, 1211 miles, in three hours nnd n quarter nelual running time, tho nverauo hhtiI king thirlv-four miles an hour, while at times we were carried along nt tho atnaxing rate of forty miles an hour one struiunt sireteii or tourieen miles in-iug run in iiil minutes, The can are roomy and luxuriously lurnltdied. and thu road laid with a solidity llmt causes Ihe train (o slide along with great smoothness. The road (ravels nearly Hh whole leioith tha fertile (able Inuds of Central Ohio, a country over which Ihe horn of plenty seems to k ever dispersing Its bounllrs. Well llllcd lands, substantial (arm houses, nnd (lelds thronged with stuck, of which shm-p formed a large propoi-tlun, wilh neat little villages, wero lhe charming character in tie of the country through wlileB we paweu. Indianapolii Journal, Novvf. Hiuht. The Lock port Courier eays "Not a lilllo exciteiiK'ui wns crentrd In our inl'M yesterday (Monday) afternoon by the np pearanee oi some ii Ail a uozen young women. who proiiieiinded Main street with cl(nra in their mouths, pulling them wilh a nest that would have done credit to more masculine liu. Where Won't you explain this paradox? those ladle an.nu from or where tbey were going ' to, Is a matter of mystery," claratiou of Iho priests, to the (Vein .Uuv The Virgin spun with this distaff, while the infant Jesus slept in her arms ! Theso sacred relics therefore work wonderful miracle 1 What imposture and profanation 1 la tne oily ol Liege mere is a Mac irgm, who also works astonishing miracles. This black Virgin, who seems lo klnng to lho African race rather than to a European people, hi her turn urawa innumeraoie pilgrims, ino priests relate that this Virgin miraculously protected tho city of Liege during a bloody siege, and that she received all the cnrinkV bomb luto her apron I 'lucre ii, aiso, a saint woo cures nn ont fn- tairt, blrk horses by hundreds and thousands are annually led thither from all parts ol llel-gium, A solemn mam 1b first celebrated; then Hid relics oi tue saint are succntviHy plsceu upon lho head of each horst , and their cure Is effected. The only truth In this Huanicful larce Is that Ihe popish eccleiatlon receive much inonov. Nolhinir In the world Is more lucrative than popular BUH?rsMMnns to those who powess the art ol taking auvaiungo oi inem. Gov. Hvmikus. The Cleveland Plalndealer, edited by the Nebraska mid Popular Sovereignly Postmaster of the Forest City, uomlnalet I wish Ityiiders, "with his brass Inby-waar-r and famous Kmpire Club," as a suitable person for lho governing of the Territory of Utah. J Y. Tribunt. A late writer. In sneak inn of thu extravatmnee of the age, refers to a young gent who postures eight golden etuds la bis ihirt-hotom. What a quadrupedal Idea! cr at London, lias pu Id it bed a communication In reply to lho villainous attacks uMn him by Dan Sickles, ll is perfectly crushing. Letter from several eminent pvrfims proteot at the 4th of July dinner are giu'ii, which stamp falsehood most Indelibly upon Sickles. He Is a thoroughly disgraced man, nnd, if passible, Is sunk below Sanders. They are nice Sreciiii'iw of Amsit-cans to rcprtsi-iit hi Kuvope. Theodore Pnrkir 1ms ken Indicted and arraigned for assisting off fugitive slaves. He Is lo have his trial In Bomod next spring. The steamers I'nc'llo and lhe Grand Flower came In collblon near Memphis, a idmrt time since, and both were sunk, Tho Governor of Texas rrf.tscs to Accept tho slocks o fit red by Walker t Co, Ho wyt he would not regard them ns suiUiieat security for $:i0(),0oo ku his rnvaie nrulrs, and he rvgarda It lhe duty ol tbo otltccrs of State to look at closely after tho interests oi the Stale aa Ihey would their owu muiters. He ir rtu. Tho Flndley and Cula forgery owe is to be tried In tho New-Yoik City Court en Monday of next week. Col. John Reed nf Mason iiiuuly, Kentucky, hns removed to Missouri with abotil slave. He says his slaves run away now, so often that he la la danger of lottignll of thrm. He Is trying to get off the line of ihe underground railroad.Col, Webb of tht1 M. Y. Count r Sf Knquiitr, Is In F.iiropo, and writes to his pner that the defence of Sevastopol has not ken, Iu any re-pictworlhy Ihe liniim name. This opinion Is not In accordance with lli genral Impi efsiuu on this subject, . , ,- The people of Cincinuatt who :rre opposed tn tho payment of luxes on'irf.uial proorty on tho basis of the An liter's construction, w ill hold a general meeting in tlm Merehaul's Kirhaug. on to morrow (Saiunlny) oveuing. irTlio (iovvnior of Virginia will make no appointment of Tlmukglvlngday, as ho regards ueh appointment' as mingling the affairs of Church and State. A very shiol constructionist Indeed. FiBKWoop. I-iiewood rhwmI and split mdy for use Is sold St Davenport, Ion, at S7,0l) ptt cord.
|Title||Ohio State journal (Columbus, Ohio : 1849 : Weekly), 1854-12-06|
|Place||Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||1854-12-06|
|Submitting Institution||Ohio History Connection|
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|Title||Ohio State journal (Columbus, Ohio : 1849 : Weekly), 1854-12-06 page 1|
|Place||Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)|
|Submitting Institution||Ohio History Connection|
|Full Text||Difl State $uttraL n recusing, HAII.Y, TUI-WKEKLY ANI WEEKLY IIIIIO STATE JOURNAL COMPANY. Incorporated under the General Law. TERMS, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE Djilt i'Ut alMciitmn I"i Oil wryt. " Mail " ' ft W " " liy the Carrier, psr sk lliff ct. Tih-Wfkklt 00 ir rctr- W.rlv 't DO " Club, uMm Ktidover 160 " TEIOH OF AliVKRTISIXO HY THE FQl'AHF. (TIC( MVU tilt LESS JUKI 1 HgUAKE.) O i qnaru I ?e-n.r . .(.i) 00 ; one iLjuare . Oa " U muulhs 1ft 00 ; turn ;' 2 Weuki. Oj " 0 inunth 12 On ; ou " 1 week.. Oat " 8 month 8 "0 ; on " 6 I.itk... Oie " Swiiiutln 00; on " 4iini.. Oj 11 a weiki ft 00: one " S-lt.v.. Ojh linimtU 4 60 brie " 1 tuist tlria niiiU)-d AJteniiomuuli LulT mart tlian the ak viralAdrsrtlsoinent. Ua.lf-i anl pi tt ceil In th column"1 f 1 'ipeclitl Notice, " doubU thtor linnry raltt. All notice required to In puhlinht-d ly low, Ireil ra!i-. If ordered on the inatiio oxchiMVi-ly after the firt wft, AO por cent, mure tliaii tin' hUivh rat--s ; but all auclt nil1 piieir In the Trl-Wtykly without chriri. llunineii Cr-i, not t ceding Ave per yrr, In tide, S'J.AO per Ua ; outside tl. Notice or meeting, cturitobU eocletlei, Are come-alee, ftc, half price. AdrtrtUemeiit not Beforapenlod with written dlr-tlous wLU be inierted tlU turbid, sad charged .cwrl I u- W. All tratiilent dTHIen.pnt must bo paid In ixlv&nc. Weekly One square ene week, 60 c-iits ; two weehf, T-'ic ; threu wwl:s, SI ; one month. SI, 26 ; three mouth, (3,60 : ilx month, 8 ; uue year, 110. Under the picient system, the a.lvarttfier pRjl t mnch for tb epice be oceupiei, the chunRei being chanretble with the competition only. It U uow generally adopted. . 2 Cfi . 1 lo 4 ournal THE UNCLE'S VISIT. DY CAUOI.1NE OrtNE. n Won't you sing 'Sweet is the Vale,' with me?" said Ella Milner, a child of five years old, ns alio leaded on her moth er's Iupt and looked up facn. VOLUME XLV. one of her soft, silky ringlets round his finger. " Let me see it is four years and a half since I wns here lust. SSie was a wco bit thing then a little too much addicted to singing the 'doleful tune, to make her presence us delightful, as I've no douht it will provo to lo now." " I know what he means by the doleful tune," the whispered to her mother, at tho smnu time glancing slyly at Mr. Well-worth from beneath her long, curved eyelashes."Do yout" said he. "Well, 1 suppose you don't make a practice of singing it much now, do you?" "No, sir," she replied, laughing; "I sing Auld Lang Syne, and Bonny Doon and a good many others, now." "Then you must sing me some of them to-morrow." As Mr. Wellivuith had said, they found plenty to chat about, which mndo the lime pass to pleasnnily, that he and Louise were both surprised when the. latter found that it was time to order lea. During the few minutes that she was absent for that COLUMBUS, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1854. NUMBER 1 he placed the portrait of Louise in a conspicuous situation. " 1 have a mind to try if my critical acumen will enable mo to hunt up some of tho fau|