flnTYn irc lOT series fiOTiTIMBUS. OHIO. SATURDAY EVENING. JANUABY 5. 1861
I IX DOLLARS PES YEAB,
Invariably In Adranee.
DAILY. TKI-WEZKIT AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBLISH RS AND PBOPBIETOBB.
IT Office Nos. 80, 88 and 40, North High It.
TaMlliS INVARIABLY IS ADVAN01.
utiy .- $6 00 per year.
By the Cavriot, per week, 12)6 cents.
Irl-WsjUv - . 8 00 per year.
Ativcr lining i the Square.
Dm annnre 3 weeks.
On " weeki.
One 1 week..
One "' Sayi"
Ont ' oays.,
One "1 Insertion 60
niiU.iir I yeai...9W no
Inc " '.' rr.or.tln 18 00
ne " 'I innnthi 15 00
Jin . ' II months 10 00
jut -' mouths H n
In. I month. 5 00
Displayed aclvertlssments hair more man we imi
'"AdwitlKiiieiit. leaded end placed In the column of
Sp.-rnl Notices," t.W A ordinary ..
Ml .tullces required to be published by law, legal rate.
II ml ivd on the Inside exclusively after the nret week
pen-en: mure thr.o the abore rateii bat nil each wll
omwar in tho Trl-Weekly without charge.
Suslners Cards, notexceeding 0ve tines, per year, in.
M lo, Si! 50 per line; outtilde BJ.
k5hroriri advrUotments mutt he paid for in
ilmmr lit rule will not be varied from.
Weekly, saint) price ai the Dally, where the advertiser
,;. theywekly.lono. Where ?h, Dally and Weekly
are both used, then the charge l r the Weekly will be
mil the rates of the Daily L, ,
No advertisement taken except for definite period.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
CornerKpriuK V Water Sts.,
OolumtoUB , Olalo.
W. B. POTTS & CO.,
And Mannfacturere or Brass and Composition Castings,
Finished limes Work of all Descriptions.
Electro Plating and Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTIPiC, &c.
rebl 'CO-dly ' ;
A KE31DEHT DENTIST.
u LL THOSE ItEttDlKlSOl'HESEIU
J ricee ol a Dcntlnat, aud favoring lr. B. with their
patronage may rely on having aatisttetion glTen. Tne
tee will be required on the completion of an operation.
Office Four Doors North or the American Hotel, over
RudLill's Pat Store.
Oolumbu Jan 71 ly ...
DR. T. M'CU.NE, DENTIST.
A GRADUATE OsV THE PIIILADEL.
phia College of DenUl turnery, It permanently
located In the city of Colunilme. Ohio.
Dental rooma No. 11 B. Town street, near High, oet
door to the Franklin Bunk.
Electricity awl in extracting teeth, to le'.ieve pain
Also, filling; and artidcial teetb Inserted,
F. A. B. SItfKIXS,
Attorney at Xbvkt
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Offjce-Atio UuiMlsg, o'ppoite Capitol 8o.uare.
Machine Manufacturing Company
Tff.a'b o o eieVe vvj os b'c v.' v,
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Oastluirs, KUlflearlng, Hathlnery.
or evert DUtnumoN.
0HA8. AMB08, Sop't . P- AMB0B,4Treu.
Millinery and Fancy
RH. WAKE WOWLO KESPEOT-
fully inform the CllitenioC Oolumbuiand M
gtnlty that hU 0tock of
FALL AND WINTER M1LUNERY
is now ooartETC, s -1 .:
Aud being particularly deelrona of
roduclitK ItU tock iiunaedi
t . ... atcly, he will Sellf
FROM THI3 DATE, AT
CREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
' Y O V CAN GET 1
Bargains ! Bargains ! Bargains!
" By . Calling . ; .- v.
.. ' AND
EXAMINING HIS STOGK ! !
HE BELLS EVERY VARIETY OF. ;
MILLINERY fit FANCY COOD8
TOGETHER WITH A
Large Stock of Notions,
." . '4c, 40. . ,
mu9 and eball
"' ' ' "'CAIX' 'A ' ;'
' tR.. H. Ware's
AS IAST TOWMIBERT
M. M. POWERS & BRO
DliLtBS IN InrORTID AND DOHCSTIO- '
TOBACCO, , 1 - "
:- HTJIeV -"
.''i'Sr.Tl AND FANOY ARIICLfS
No. ii Fast State street, between rtighHnd
tbe Post-OfficetCuabns. Ohio. - " , : ocX&dtlta
SAWOT'ltKBSS BILKS, ;r , j
v rAHUI UriJ3a emits, 1 . .
FANOY DUEU8 SILKS.
We are now efrerlnr oar Immense stock of Fancy
am., .t nrieu iu thui ever belore offered In tbla
The attention of the ladiea of this elty and vicinity
solicited, as onritoeklavary aelootand couplet in
grades of goods in this Hue.. raiaasus,,
bovM. . . No. 88 South Ulgh etreet.
' tirer Medical Purpose.""
PURE BRANBDIEJ.TVINES.CORDIAXB, AUD
Tas. from "Bonded Warthou
, , ; W10. MCUVHAUU, r'
.ov87-- ' - - 0 ottth liighstreeU.-
l: Hf-ALTEE tc THREAD aUACB MITTS)
I M of elegant ouaUtlea for Ladles also, !"'
'i In great variety ai i ' BAM"..-
ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM!
'REItllUMS FOR ' CLUBS ! !
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n addition to iU political character, it is a first class newspaper, furnishing its readers with the
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An epitome of the stirring erenU constantly occurring at home and abroad, and choice raiecel
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being now more than double what it was twelve months ago. It is our de-ire to extend its cir
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To tie Derson who will, by, the 1st day of January. 1861, send us the largest Club of yearly
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rr0., . ?,"t ! ...v, .fn.i,1- and to each Derson who sends us a Club of
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ST Those who are willing to compete for the Premiums, or solicit subscribers for the Stetea
manT oanutThia Propectu. ont of the paper and attach to it a strip of writing pper, on wh.ch
to record the names of all persons who may become euuscnoers.
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
I PUBtlSUEES OHIO STATESMAN.
JlSTo. 4 Gwvnne JlocK.
A. P. STONE & O'lIAKKA .
TKR GOODS, and Invite the pnbllo to Inepeot
them. No tuch etocE oi upoae w "V. i'" :.
thli market. The Bouth, In conaequence of the failure
ef the grain crop, has not been able to purcnaee me u-
- . - 1 iku w n n m hail fAnarl t.llA
aal quantity Ol rlcu gooai, " -
Importer! to eell them at pnbllo auction. Onr buyer
(Mr. Btone) beinn In New York at tbeae large lalet, took
idvantaire of thera, anJwe can and will Mil our good
here, at leu than any one who purchased two week! since,
nald for them in New York. Our atock ti complete In
every department of -
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
; FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
-Bought in One Day,
At one balf tbo Coat of Importation.
m it varieties, of tno ceieormea
raanir.fa.tare of J. ejun- .
tbera St Son. -
Men'.llles and Children's Cnder Shirts and Draweri;
Ladles, MUteaand Children's Hoaiery oi 'all Wnda, to
Wool and Lamb's Wool; ieeoy j.in vv...
of erery make.
of all tho usual varie
A complete assortment
flankels, : ; . , : , ;
ladies and Gent's Linen Camlric Hank
: , kerchiefs, ftc, &o. y
. . - J ..ii . wenle.lte our words to
show them tbe largest, best and cheapest stock of Goods
ever teenlntbl marcei, or iy " - r
hour while looking.
&ENUINE FAMILY LIQUORS.
WM- P. MOREHOUSE & CO.,'
Brandiei, Winei, i Gins ana Began,
. ..it it, ittmtlon of the o'.Uiene of the Unl
- r.lminta not OK UK
d "ISLSS J ' fV. FanUWnd Medlcil Bat,
"."-SiTStirs. Clubs, MlllUry and
tw?nblle bodies, who require to paichase In large or
..,., in., in euka or bottles, win ue "'
dealt Wita. wk' " "r
OLD'' MOREHOUSE BITTERS
-. ti w. ih ntrjhvalclans as the best reme-
. ,'.""L .;.n,( indliestlon. Debility, and all
Sforvou." IMaSsV "Al Tk bevirage. It 1. pure, who .
,m. ud delicious to the taste, bows uj u rib''
WM. B. MORBUOUBil es vv., jrrop ,
. ' 3fc JBxchange Place,
I ! -v- J j ,: j.neyOlty, N. J
WP.8ThB enbsetlieis With t engage a fawaetlye
men, ae Local and Traveling Agents for their Bouse,
whom ltferal lndncements will ee enerea. k""
.l.n. addrme a above.; : : :r - ectsn-asm
TAAWCT MEN'ArtB HlK Pad W
J? new stySMI : . .tfUbbon Bound, IstOTslroaB
dlanFansat,. , ' . .. tl" ...
aaaairUri ' ' Ba XV BOtlUl UD WISVV
He. CT South High
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
Fire & Life Insurance (Jo.
37 Calf atieet. Liverpool. 20 and 21 Poultry, London.
Office, so nan anu oi rine sireeie, i
THOMAS K0ODIE, Agent, Columbus, Ohio.
Paid up Capital, 'Knrplita
Invented intbla !ouniry over.. 8(H), M
early Hevcimc, over sioumuuu
Tr-PT, RharehnMeri ncrional v reaDOnilbie ror en-
naements of Uie Company. All Director! mmt be Share-
Directors and Shareholders In New York:
James Brown, Esq., Chairman . FrancU Cojfene'- Eq.,
K.M. Archibald. H.B.M. Consul- Kugena uniun, aaq.
Joaeph Galllard, Jr.,Eq. H. Orlnnell, Biq.
Alexander luralitnn. jr.,Biq. a. mintn,...
ALU. mauToa, jr.,tsq.,
Counsel of the Boaid.
Airato Pin., Esq , Beildent Becreury.
Local Board in Cincinnati:
N.W. Thomas Bsq. J. D. Jonei.Erq. BufuiKing, Esq.
TbomnsoD Aeave, aq. noo sucuaoui,
m,m Antntin this eltv. will he happy
receive applications for Insurance tn the above Oompany
AI THB CITY BANK.
lie can recommend It with entire conflilence to all desir
ous of obtaining protection against LOsS BY yiltt..
No Charge tor ouoieo.
Such artbles as you dtiirt for your HUSBAND
Such as you need for yourWIFH.
Such a are proptr for your DAUGHTER.
Baca as your SISIBtt will praiu you for.
aMl, wAn nnnTTIFR aiauu.
Bach as you wont for " THE ONE YOU 10V1? BEST.
Such as wltl be good for the BLtSSED BATJT."
Such as all xeh for.
Mav be found In variety, In ray new stock of
WATCHES. CHAINS, JEWKI.BT,
And general assortment of
Fancy and Useful Articles.
No. 10 Buckeye Hlocu
-TIIITE WHEAT, BBANDEli
From " Barnett Mills," Bprmgneia, u. mo Dcsionroui
Flour brought to our mtnei
For sale only at
wvn.aa. IMl.SIIKR. ITIIKinUi
I i ruiM'IZES. iiKESS SILK, and
kinds of feshlonabl
Winter Dress Lroous.
we are now ottering at very low prices.
WM. mcDON ALU o,
10 South High etreet.
No. SflSomh High street.
Bave Your Money
T AM NOW ItHJBSSvirsw et u Masqat a
the country and out of ll; among the former, tne
hill, Temple Bar, the Atlantic, Harper, Godey Peterson,
lies, fro., Sto. Buosorioera can gui nieu AnnuiAnt
OUfiAPERand free of Poslaue, by sending tneircno
ecrintlonsthrougn rco. bh,brhi'i1
17 Stale street.
, Watches and Jewelry.
a TIBIF, ASSOKTITIKn S Ul WAlUt
ies, Clocks, Jewelry, Bllverirare, fcc, kept constant
youhsnaat .. KIRRPATRICK'S.
No. 105, South Iligh Htreet, Columbus,
JCT vfatches and Jewelry repaired.
IXHIKN'I 1E K IIEB,
UHinTLBmKN'A MKUtt, Tir.s,
GBNTLEUEN'S NECK TIE9.
The most dessrable assorlmeut In the city and atunusal-
lv low prices. rnDua,
"-.94: ' No. Bouth Hl.h street
......... ...... u wz ,
JCi Street Basques and Mantle.; also, Rloh Trlmmia
ana Tasseu m w . .. v
suayw :. .' .. , " 1
i DDi.ml APPLBSl
A. IDS bbls. Choice Apples received en eonstrnmSBt
oiujie m nnBiiatuA,
34 N. High
for sale by
Dally, per year. .
Tri-Weekly, per ?iar
Weekly, per yea;
. 1 00
MY LAST STAKE.
A Thrilling Story of Early Life in California.
It is a cold, stormy, chilly evening in Sacra
mento, and north eastern winds that com from
the snowy tops of the Sierra Nevada bring .with
them a wintry feeling of disoomfort to the denl
sons of the plains, disagreeable In proportion to
tbeir rarity, ine ueavy curiam k"""
In my snug little cottage are closely drawn, and
grate gires a cheerful light and beat to the hap.
py borne I have found alter years ol toil and vi
cissitudes. The calm content that now blesses
me ia a fitting conclusion to the stormy days
that hare passed. Sitting In my cosy arm chair,
gazing at the genial aud changing flames, a
host of unbidden memories oome to me from the
past, like dreame, more tuan iieo me outer re
alities they were; lor we scarcely can realize,
In looking back to early life ia California, the
Indifference and coolness with which we met
danger and even death when all was lu a state
of delirious excitement, a feveiUh mania lor
gold-seeking actuatiug all and proving a worse
curse than even at present.
While indulging lu tnese tnougma anu tne lux
ury of comparing past sufferings ana sorrows
with nrMut hanotufss aud love, a Boft little
hand had crept into my hand, a soft cheek rest
ed against my lace, and the Inquiring eves of
my darliog little girl, Kitty, met mine; yet an
other band claeped my lelt and another head
was resting against my heart, whence loving
looks sought mine iroin the liquid depths of my
wife'a bilght eyee. Gazing within them, I
could read there the unchanging love that
made my constant happinessi for what more In
estimable boon can lortnue bestow on a man
Iban tbe love of a true woman?
SaIiI a voice In mv ear, "Father, jou pro
mised me a story to-night a real, true story
tell me one about youraeit wnen you nrei came
nA about cold dieelne, and klllloe, and
all those strange thing the newspapers tell
about, sometimes. 1 Know you canj ana per
bnpB you was most killed In those horrid times
vouraelf "ere you ever, papa?"
The cnilQ eager uunuonj uiuugu w n
membrauce one of those dark episodes In my
litn. that came and paesed so quickly, that It is
with difllculty I can realize 1 was an actor in
it, although at tbe time 1 viewed the Incident
not in verv remarkable. The child nestled
KkH to me. ana as ine inougms tue nau sug
gested arose, they came from my lips In words,
ratner as ii i i iuuiuij
a story for hef amusement.
Yes, those were dark times for me in tbe lat
ter part of the year 1852. Recovering from a
severe and nearly fatal illoess, I was totally
without means, or any aieaoy empiojmen.
Educated as a gentleman and having passed
th vreatar Dart of tai me among dooks, ae a
scholar, I bad no friends among those who might
bave assisted me in ootaiug wura. auu ureau
Man more there were, doubtless, who, like
myself, preferred the keen, biting pangs of
hunger, to making a confession ol poverty, or
aakine: aid from tbe mocking lips of charity.
Ids true many will consider it a very repre
i,.nir.iA decree of oride: but I felt I would
rather die than beg a favor from my fellow-man,
aud very near I came to It that winter of 1652.
How many In like circumstance may have
passed away in death, throughout rhe length and
f.rtrh nf California: and whose sad story and
fit unknown, shall never be told. In a dismal
earret. ooen to the winds ot heaven, unprotect-
ed from ue cdiu, auni j w wuumj
panes of hunger, lean never lorget tnose long,
i.inir. arv nle his. A dull, hopeless despair
seized npon me, and life and death were alike
indiBereut. In tbe day time it was Better; some
littia emolovment could eometimea be had
keep away the wolf huueer-tbae was gnaw pg
at my vitals. Yet, duriug all this period, like
tbe Spartan boy, 1 concealed my sufferings in
m, boaom, ana uuuo mm u.o.
walks ol lilo ever knew ol my destitute concli
i L! nhtained work for a few days, aud Ly
this means put a few dollars in my pocket, but
still it was only a temporary relief; and after
the email pum was eked out to its utmost ca
pacity , lor bread, then, as had happened many
limes before, another period ol sufleriog was
come. All this bad, combined with past mis
fortunes, neaily broken my spirit, and hope was
even departing irons toe norizon oi my lumre.
I was weary of disappointment, almost weary
f life. In this unfortunate state oi minutrecK
less and Indifferent, I was warning one eveu.ug
along street, San Ftaucibco, which led by
a lone wharf to the water's edge. I bad
half formed idea in my head that ou reaching its
termination 1 soouia nave neiore me, at least
the means by which I eould terminate all my
present suffering. As I recollect my feel
fr,M at that time, I do not imagine that for
moment, I serioucly contemplated suicide, bnt
rather that there wa a certain fascination and
t...,r in aeelne the war by which mortal
t..hia could be left behind. At that time
gambling, in all Its varieties, was the great tea-
ture of life In California, and its hells " (
be seen on every hand, all over the city ; but
tome innate feeling of disgust more than from
reasoning, 1 had never gambled; for it always
seemed to me that a dcllar obtained by intellt-
.,., ni .ha mlDQ anu nouses saour, wo nurtu
fur mire than many dollars gained by mere
blind chance. I had too muob connaence in my
and manhood to stoop to the tilokery
, dice, for money I ought to have the power
gain by more luiemgeus mcauo.
Belore reacniug me eim vi m, wu, -
aroused from my revery.ov tne coniuBea uin
. .ninae and sounds of music, acaoDe which
U1.UI . .
above all others, arose the shrill screams oi
ill-played clarionet. Turning around 1 found
was in iront oi obo ui uB -u
torlous hells In the lower part of the oity, where
rumor said many ortmes were comnmveu wi
lmnunlty-for justice existed but. in name
those days, and rogues did exactly what seemed
good in their own eyes, nt i gau wnmu
crowded room, I remembered that an
..lt.n was emoloved as a musician In
bv the Impulse oi me moment, a puBucuuiy
through the mass ot pereons around tnetaDie
speak to mm. "iici
iinn etitn tne musicmui w
in nnit tone of voice:
IIWhuiMM vou come iu uvic, unci
i.mH tn risk a dollar on any name played,
for not a 'equare game' is played here; and
than that, the worst winy man
J . . 1 . 1 V. I it imiMn.tlnn
..!n m,,nh for iho information, I (razed
nn. with a still Greater reckless
.noainn of enirlw Vice and virtue seemed
' -I.U.nt n. na nlnn. anrl
,wusuv. - .
.tcA K. mv weaK anu IOOima iuuukuib,
- ." ' .. ...V.l7.n In
Corn- qutBlion arose in my heartis everthiug ln
2, chnce, like the turning of dlCO Or cards
Is there auy Uod who oireots, wno protect
jn.n-trnri,in virtiie. or puntanes suoceesiui
. . .. . . 14 1- I
There lay m puce neiore mo gum m u
dust, a very small portion of one of them
m hannv. auu eunuie me vu
Uisags,Bi A w rr IB . . a .
.,fT.einir another alar off, who was oearer
Ufa to me. for I came in search ol gold
holy purpose, it was cuaugmg uauua
ly; naeeing iniu u woo. -----
in tbe ereat scale of humanity, . who need
only for the vilest debaucheries. , Where
binrl BrSnvilluiJB9 IU ud ve sx ni ubta saa v
BUT BV I UV4 a a v t . ...,
a 1 1 a.1 ft a r B 1 1 MM I UU sju BB iuuuuvu weairB
i,n. h iwlincr of the moment alike Indlffer
... ,h amilea or frowns of fortune I
down, as stakes, the throe dollars in loose
9 AO VIK I hail In mV Dockets,
won by the gambler j snd, Indeed, I afterwards
met the ?erjs meuuBuio wuw iuu
and who explained to me its secret P'ng
itU .sl,.a tllSl IIBTIB FTITBHil Wfirsa ruuiMlls
I WUIUU UIUU ajww -.-w j- . ' 1 .
i tht ontre or exciwmenw una iwvr-w.iuu
faro table around wbloh were tome newly ar
rived and very successful miners, judging from
the many thousand dollars tney nao on tne ta
ble. Under the loflaence of bad whisky, and
the vicissitude of the game, they were appa
rently as reckless as myself to consequences. Ta-
king from my veatpocicei a tenoouar goiu piece,
which was all I had in the world, I threw it on
a card at random one on which the otbeia were
not betting as my last stake. It doubled and
doubled, again and again, many times, UU at
length even the half drunken miners, who
were playing for such heavy stakes, took an in
terest In my strange luck; and the rumble faced
dealer, whose attention hitherto bad been en
tirely devoted to them, turned his eyes with a
sinister look upon me. When my card won for
tbe ntntb time I toon up irom tne tame in com
and dust, $i,120, with a stolid coolness I bav
since many times wondered at, and putting it
in a couple of bags given to me by one of the
miners, I thrust them into my pockets. As I
stepped aside to leave the table, the dealer,
turning round to some one in the crowd, and
giving him a peculiar look of intelligence, said
wltb a laugb:
That' $ a heavy ptu to carry r-
"1 soou found out the truth of his remark.
Not wishing to elbow my way through tbs
crowd directly to the door, I passed round be
hind tbe tables In tbe back part of tne uouie.
Leading from tbe room were a number of badly
lighted passages one or two were quite dark.
As I went by cue of the latter, before I turned
round toward the street door, a man standing in
the obscure liebt. nearly conoealed bebind tne
door post beckoned me toward him, with a mys
terious gesture. Without tmuatng, i steppeu
through tbe door a few feet to learn what b
wished, and when within a few yards of him, as
I took another step, quicker than 1 can tell it,
the floor passed from under my feet, and I was
sinking rapidly under the waters of the bay.
With the instinct of self preservation, I strug
gled for the life I bad beldsoobeap. At'length,
after what seemed to me a long time, almost
suffocated and weighed down by the fatal gold,
I rose to the surface. A light from a dark Inn
tern flashed down from the mouth of what ap
peared to be a square well, bnilt on the water
of tbe bay, and constructed of smooth pannel
boards. In these few moments of time, by
that ghastly light, 'mid all tbe despair and hor
rors of that scene, a whole life of thoughts and
memories was before me. Notwithstanding all
my past misery, I could not, without a struggle,
die a dog's death. I could see above me, in
that interval of time, the oale-looklnir faces of
two ruffians gazing down. One grasped In his
hand a long pole, armed with a sharp point, and
directly opposite me, in the well, within a few
feet of mv face, was a bloated, livid face of a
swollen corpse, that bad, unknown to me, served
to obstruct my rising to tbe surface In tbe
flickering light and disturbed waters, it appear
ed to mock acd jeer, moving nearer ana nearer
Just then one of the men said to the other:
"Split bis bead and lob him under or be will
sing out." 1
And down came the fcharp epear, touching my
arm, slightly iclurine me. He then drew it
to tnrow it again witn mors deadly purpose.
Tb despair of death was upon me, and from
my lips tbe name of ner lar away arose in
choklnir crv of anguish.
At that luatant oi time, tne report oi nuiois,
shrieks of pain, mingled with the varied sounds
of deadly conflict, came to my ear; the despe
rado abore me in baste oast tbe spear, and tneo
with hia oomnanion. rushed to the scene of oth
er murders, doubtless feeling secure of
victim left in the well. Tbe lantern hung on
nail, about sis feet above me, and a piece
rope had been carelessly dropped from what
to be a vertical trap, opening outward
Bodies were found in tbe bay so frequently
those days that they excited little curiosity
comment. At a glance 1 could see all I
described, and although wounded in my left
by the spear, still, with the desperate energy
despair, i puanea tne swollen oouy unaer
feet, and eprang to grasp tbe rope. Twice
failed, and big drops of perspiration fell
my forehead, as I thought the murderers would
return instantly. Tbe third attempt was more
successful, for I seized the rope which, luckily,
had a knot at the end with a degree
strength I could not have used under any other
circumstances, and raising myself toward
floor above, which I found on one aide ot
well, there was a space between the boards
flrar of about eight inohes high, perhaps twenty
wide. How I forced myself through this narrow
space,' encumbered as I was, I do not know,
all the events I have described passed in a
moments, although It seemed an ago to me.
I dropped myself down on tbe outside into
rippling waters, and f awing as quiokly as possi
ble from pile to pile, under the street and many
booses, I scarcely stopped to breathe uUil
found myself far from tbe spot. Once I thought
I beard smothered voices aud the sound of muf
fled oars, but if so, they could not find me,
I made my v. ay cautiously to land a long
off, lor I well knew they would use every
means to trap a viqtim who had discovered their
crimes. Exhausted and very weak from loss
blood from my wounded arm, 1 crept to
garret. Late the nest morning, when I woke,
1 could not believe tne aoove events, except
troubled dreams, until reaching out my hand,
felt tbe weight of the money in tbe pockets
my wet coat.
My narrative was pere lumrruun-u uy a ucoi-
tatini? voice from tbe little head that
neBt,d M oiei, t0 my breast. Looking
,n tne cnlldg fu0e, two big tears were lingering
on hef tyeti for Bhe had listened to the
storv with the childish wonder she might
listened to a Story irons toe Araoiau uigats.
'But, father, what oecame oi tue wicaea
men, and what did you do with all that monejl"
"I will tell you dear," 1 replied. "Alter
.inaing npniy wounded arm as well as possi
abiUtles of hle r went out and took the first good meat
to fcad uken for marj3r weei,. t then purchased
suit of clothes, and going to a barber, materially
chanced my personal appearance, and in com'
oi wUn an honest policeman i
r , . a... r .i.u ih ...n. nf m. niuVn'.
I 1 II uiun uw.wwmv . j
an .d.entura, a a we carelesaly sauntured throueh
1 . ffl no, x le fac, me, mine tQ,,
couJ(1 w tne ,eM, aegrea recoguwe. i ney
L,idenUy those implicated as actors in
s i fled w nntn pjaaible investigation
in Tn r dark Wlw from the
of the houge whlcn j htd ,uch fearfui
me reniembtr1wM so cunningly built up snd
ao- . u difficult to suppose any such
ra the afternoon of the same day I
w7 d met an old acquaintance from
to glaleflwho persuaded me to go withbim to
m,nt8, and it was some lengtn oi time neiore
returned. As for the money, it was invested
in a large building on Jackson street,
was afterwards Durnea upi Dut nevertneiess,
from that time fortune dealt more kindly
me. as some atonement for ber past Irowcs
Once attain the same Inquiaitive voice
the little lips interrupted me, to aas t
As Hooked at her, and then at the other
one. whose head rested on my shoulder, I
only think ana reply, "i am inacea rion in
which gold can never purchsse."
OfJBNINO GOODS Black English
Tells; Lace Tells
Crane Collars. Cuffs and Sleeves; Long and
Veil.: Round Crane Tells: Lace V
Trimmed; Plain Uemmed Collars; Beta; Handkerchiefs
iimnilTt'i Black Kid Gloves: Fans; Ribbons;
Bombasines; Traveling and all other kinds of Drees
constantly on nana id jraii tv.
mltM Vint door north ef Nell
tnan HKt3KPTIoi HOOP SKIHT.
for a JL The most graoeful and elegant skirts yet offered
.m. AnewlotlnttODenedby rKTAlt BAIN,
4ec.ll. no. x Boum nign
v an rKITl PER POUND. AT
1 . w9 m nk a li a n f(1 1 1 1 TTV
lUCXVlVtJ m- RBOllJiaVA,
94 N Hifth
V White and Black, Just received at
EIT1P AND "COTTON HOPES,
do ' ao i wines,. , ,
Dm nnrAaand Hindi. Wick.
for sale by . M'KEl tt RE8TTEA0X,
,,,,7 . . . -t .1 S4 N. High
LACK STRAW BONNETS)
ety at - BAtn
Me. S3, High
Cheaper than everi
TAKEN AT THt HIGHfcSa' Malta.
Broche and Wool.
Of Every Description.
LA. DIES AND GENT'S
WRAPPERS AND DRAWERS.
Hosiery and Gloves.
Fancy Woolen Goods.
KNAPP & CO.,
SOUTH HIGH STREET.
T H f.
WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN;
HAVING A CIKOCUTION
LABOEB BY tEYEBAL TH0TJSAHD8
Than any other paper In Ohio, outside of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Advertising
Which CANNOT f AIL to bring
Speedy and Remunerative Returns
To those who take ad rentage of them.
TTIK .WEEKLY, STATESMAN,
S Istrlbuted u It Is through every Post Office la Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Whose patronage Is valuable, and who seldom see
Dally Editions of dty journals; and as only
A Limited Kumber of Advertisements
Are Inserted In lu columns, appoprlaUly and
tbtt eaWMOT ran to . .'
: , OF ALL I
Advertising tn the WEEKLY STATESMAN will
It advantage! us In
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which is almost certain to follow an extensive dlssemln
atlon ef a knowledge ot their business . '
AMOTJQ COUHTEY DEALERS I
ADVERTISEMENTS INTENDED FOR
The "Weekly Statesman
Should be handed In before Friday noon.
dear DP ATiY-MA T.P. n.OTHTNfi.
Baltimore Clothing House.
IHESS t XJXaXJIM,
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' BiKOTACTTlURS ABB WBDUCBAXB BKaUSUI 1ST
No. 308 W, Baltimore-street,
(wnvm uaiXTf awe bowabb,) ' .
,' BALTIMORE, lTld
A Largs Assortment ol flees and Furnishing
Goods Constantly on Hand -
LOOKING GLASS . STORE.
Uanufaoturer and Dealer, No. 83 Boulh Fourth
between Market aud uneataut, thilauelphia..
ITTIIERI! II K n OFFERS AT
V V ntlaea an extensive variety of Looklnr Olasees,
Gilt, alahogany and Walnut Framee, Laige French
Mlirora, Plain and Richly Ornamented, tillt end
Wood Portrait and Picture Frames. i ,:. u.
LOOXXira GLASS 1 HATES ?Y TEX
', .:; '? truss iturinir. w.:
Ooods packed la the Safest manner, and
- i ) i IOSffTJA COWrULn-D,
J u yrf ri i ..'-v -.Si Ivbsb. Fwsrth
i. augS0-d6a. iBr PhlladelBhUj,,
Scroftila, or King's Evil,
la a constitutional disease, a corruption of tbe
blood, by which this fluid becomes vitiated,
week, and poor. Being ia the circulation, it
pervades the whole body, and may bunt out
In disease on any part of it. No organ Is tm
from its attacks, nor Is there one which it may
not destroy. The scrofulous taint is Tarlously
caused by mercurial disease, low living, dis
ordered or unhealthy food, Impure air, filth :
and filthy habits, the depressing vices, and, .
above all, by the venereal infection. What ,
ever be Its origin, it is hereditary in tbe coo
ntitution, descending " from parents to children
unto the third and fourth generation ; " indeed,
it Kerns to be the rod of Him who says, "I
will visit the iniquities of the fathers upon ,
iu effects commence by deposition from the
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in
tho lungi, liver, and internal organs, is termsd
tubercles; in the glands, swellings and on,
the surface, eruptions or sores. This foul cor
ruption, which genders in the blood, depresses
the energies of life, so that scrofulous constitu
tions not only suffer from scrofulous com
pluints, but they have fur less power ta with
stand the attacks of other diseases ) conse
quently vast numbers perish bv disorders
which, although not scrofulous in their nature,
are still rendered fatal by this taint in the
system. ' Most of the consumption which de
cimates the human family lias its origin direotly
in this scrofulous contamination; and many
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or
are Aggravated by the same cause.
One quarter of all our people are scrofulous i
their persons are invaded by this lurking in
fection, and their health is undermined by it.
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
the blood by an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate it by healthy food and exercise.
Such a medicine we supply in
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical
skill of our times cun devise for this every
where prevailing and futal malady. It is com
bined from the most active remeaials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of tho ,
svstem from its destructive conseauences.
licncc it should be employecLor the cure ol
not only Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions which arise from it, such as Encrnva
and Skin Disbabes, St. Anthony's Finn,
Host:, or Ehysitklas, Pimples, Postui.es,
Blotches, Blains and Bona, Tenons, Tetteii
and Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Rinoworm,
ItiiLiMA-risM, Syphilitic and Meucuuial Dis
eases, Dnoi'SY, Dyspepsia, Deuility, and,
uidceil, all Comvi.aints AitisiNO ruou Vitia
ted en Impure Blood. The popular belief
in " impurity of the blood" is founded iu truth,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. TLe
particular purpose end virtue of tlus Sarsapa
rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible in
roB tub speed cuac or
Intermittent Fever, or Fever and Ague,
Remittent Fever, Chill Fever, Dsunt
Ague, Periodical Headache, or Bllloue
Headache, and Bilious Fevers, Indeed
for the whole class of dlaeaaea originat
ing in biliary derangement, eauaed by
the Malaria of Miasmatic Countries.
We are enabled here to offer the community a
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any
quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in districts
remedy which, while it cures the above complaints
tectiy Harmless in i
litre these aiflictinir diiorders urevau. Tiua
"Cpub" expels the miasmatic poison of Feveu
and Aoue from the system, and prevent the de
velopment of the disease, if taken on the first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only
the best remedy ever yet discovered for this clans
of complaints, but also tne cheapest, ine iari
quantity we supply for a dollar brines it within the
reach of every body ; and in bilious districts, where
FEvrn and Aoub prevails, every body should
have it and use it freely both for cure and protec
tion. A great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and certain
cure of Intermittcnts is that it contains no Quinine
or mineral, consequently It produces no quinism or
other injurious effects whatever upon the constitu
tion. Those cured by it are left as healthy as if
they had never had the disease.
Fever and Ague is not alone the consequence of
the miasmatic poison. A great variety of disor
ders arise from its irritation, among which are
KturcJgia, Rheumatism, Gout, HeaJacht, Blind
nest. Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Astfonn, Pal
nitation. Painful Affection of the Spleen, lhsto:-
ic$, Pain in the Souult, Cohc, Paralysis andfic
rangenunt of the Stomach, all of which, yvkcii
originating in tms cause, put on tne tmrmuini
type, or become periodical. This " CouE " expeis
the poison from the blood, and consequently cure
them all alike. It is an invaluable protecuon t
immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing in the malarious districts. If taken occa
sionally or oauy wniie exposea to tue iniecui:.
that will be excreted from the system, and comet '
accumulate In sufficient quantity to ripen into dis- .
ease. Hence it is even more valuable for prelec
tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from Intei
mittents if they avail themselves of the protection
this remedy affords.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYEB & CO., Lowell, Mast
ROBERTS 4s SAMUEL, Oolumbos,
Aid bv Vragglsta and Dealers everywhere.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton & Indianapolisl
Through to Indianaoolis without Change of Cars
and bnt One Change of Cars between
Columbus and St. Louis.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
f Dally, Mondays excepted.)
NIGUT EXPRESS, via Dayton, at 8:ii a. m.,tu), .
ping at London, Zeola, Dayton, Ukldletowa and Hamil
ton, arrlvlngat Cincinnati at &J0 a. m. Dayton atS4S
a.m., Indianopolls at 10 H a.m.; ft. Louis at US0
; 1 OJblyUi.ll AlWall.
ACCOMMODATION, at 6:10 a. m., stopping at all Bin
mi between Columbus and Cincinnati and Davton. ar- '
riving at Cincinnati 11:03 a. m., Dayton at 9: lie. m.,
, . 1 IUHU AHAln. ...
VAT XXPBESB.at 8:30 p. m., stopping at Alton.
yefferaon, London, Charleston, Oedarvllle, Xenla
Spring valley, Qorwin, Morrow, Deer&eld, Foeter'a
Loveland. Millfordand Plalnvllle, arriving at Cincin
nati at 7:9.0 a. m.; St. Louie at IS m: Dayton at f 35 p.
m.; Indlaaopollaat 10:3d p. m. r . .-- p. .
SleeplBfr Cars on all 1 Iff lit Trains to
Clnclonatl and Indian
' For farther Information and Through Ticket! apply to '
U. L. DOUIHTV,
Ticket Agent, TJnton Depot. Onlumbus. Ohio. ' -'
V E. W. WOODWARD, - .
,.. . . Superintendent, Cincinnati.
- JNO. W. DOHRRTI .
jnl3 . i .. , i . , Agent, Colombus, ,
GOLDEN IIII L SIIIOTS, " . ,
GOLDEN HILL BIIIKTB.
i. i s OOLDKN HILb SBIRTS. ' ..,
The pattern of these shir's are new. The Bodies, Vok., .
sleeves and bosoms are formed to St the pereen with eaee -1
and comfort. Vbe aaark upon eschene aettgneUnc tbs' ;
else may be relied on as being correct, and each shirt la
guaranteed well made A fall stookofell qaalltlcs''
constantly for sa!e at . ; - BAIN'S, ,
norS4. ' No. WSoulh High street. -"1'
j ..,- HOLIDAY PBESEfilTSe , . l,
MINK MTjyFSt TIOTOSINES and CUFFS we ai .
now aelling at very low prloes, alio all other kinds ''
SaaklanaUe rars- 'j t .' FETR BANK, c '-.
deeSi. No. 89 Boetbalxk.st
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