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D4 Ofie. VmI 88, 81 b4 40, Horth Elgh It
Oally mi a 4 ..3t.. - oo per ywr
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Mcii notict," aemon ij ornnary ram. . t
All uutloei raqolrao. to b pnblUhtd br Uw, tapl rata.
If ordered on the Innfle excluiWely liter the flrt waek
per cent, nolle tbui tbe howt rUr, bit all Hob HI
intMtr In the Trl-WeekLv without oh&ivt. .
Dnilneia Card, not exceeding flrellnei. per year, in
., de, r-JJ0perline;ontalda .
Notlcei of meetluge, chart tiblea ocletlee, Are eonpantat,
to., a prwoi -
Alt trannitnt. adtrtUtrtuntt V4 b4 fatdMt In
'(vunoe tie rule will not be Trled freta. . ,
Weekly, m pric a the Daily, where thaadrertlMt
oi the Weekly aln. Whara b Pally and Weekly
t re both ueed, then aha ehug lartba Weekly wlU kw
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Ro adrertliement taken iteep?for a definite period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
BAGJiE BRASS WORKS,
CrnV8pljy; dkraterBt4i r
MACHINIOTO,
Jtnd Hann'tacbrrert of Braaa 'and OompoiHIon OaiUngt,
. -Wnlnlied BrmM Work of all Detcriptiont.
' 14 ,;.! .11-m WniaMM H-W Hi. I wal si '
Electro ' Plating; and Gilding ! !
STENCiL CUTTING, AC.
13 V
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Attornoy at Xja-w
ANR.NOTARYJPUBLIC
OBce Aniboi Bntldlng, opporita Capitol Square.
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Machine Manufactnring Company
HaNOyAOTVMM Of ,
STEMJNGraSOIUlRS,
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Winter Arrangement.
Winter Arrangement. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Clncinnatillaytbn ft Ino!ianapolii!
t " 't'
Through to.lndianaDollt without ChaDge of Cart
nod bat One Change of Cart between : t -
Coloaihaa find St. Loail. ,'! i-n
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
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t. ii n.tri FIRST TRAIN
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HIOfiT tXPRBSb, wta fjayton. at : a. m..aton
ping at London, Xante, Saytoa. MUdletown and Hamil
ton, arrlTingat Clncinuatl at 8:20 a. m.; Pay ton, at i;S
a.m.,ldiaaoFOliiat .lp:1S ,a. m.i.lit., loule at. J140
" B'.;;l:r8EC0NDi ttki&' 1 'stv
ACOOMMODaTIOlf.a 8:10 a. i.,etonrJnjrat H Sta
tion 1 between Oolomboif.nd Cincinnati and Payton, ar
rlrinf al Olneinnatt U:tH a. m., Bajton at 0:15 a. la.,
IndianopolUaf(8p. -'
':.:-VfMp TRAINS?."'; f.
CAT BtPBKS8,at 8:30 p., at atopplng ati tdlton,
JeBereon, 'London,1 Charleston, Cedanrllle, Xenia,
Spring Valley, Oorwin, Uoarow, Searneld, loeter'a.
LoTtUnd, MUltordeud Plalnrllle, arrirlng at Clodn
natl at 7:20 p. m.i St. Louie at 18 mi Bajrton at j:5 p.
an.; Iadlauopoliiat lOp-m, (.. 1UJtf et erU.ntviaJi
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Sletplne; Ca.ra iU Night Train
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DAGOAOB
CHEVKEO u THBOVOHi
f otlttrfcroroaMon and f Kroi3$)cMa.'i
Tleket Ant, Utilou Pepov Colnmlraa, Ohio, '
.1. s:f.. a'.u- ,.i;4 ti mi... nor inn r
Superintendent, CIntHnoaa. I
JMO". W: BOHBBTT "T
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7 fr$i'AfmX Colambma,
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JSOMETHING', HtWi "
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aO ALL AT i 8S ItlOE Tt
AMERICAN ;wf CME3,l
Dannfaotaredby B, BO WARD It ''C6V. Matea afaaa.
Theea Watoheaarav far aaperknr to aaytuing am offered
to the pubno narewranr. annt inaorainiTa aganey
lean aell Uwaaat prtoee to ultOtatlawa.nl kareiust
noetTMaiarga.a1eoa.ai4 tm-tiv.. w 1 1.. ; ,,,n .a,j
mamraetatcd by APflTON, TBAOT,' At CO f alao'.'a
flBeaaaortmeatot t-.inl 1 v ). e-J 1
EN61.IBH AN1V1M WATCHES -lnQoldan481lTfcOai;,tPanl4prloee,
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jan . " y..-IATAOJI,
- ! " "- Juat Rfeaivoir " " -
A A W.1 Oil ' CREEK iV ttVAtift
' 1UU JAa too aa prima Bio Con. -
150 pooaca old Dutch GoTenunentJaTaOoffea. '
1 6 baaja Oeyu? Ooffea - .a
SOUbbla, ewminru H bite (Inirari, eoottttlhg of Fqw
dred,CbTasbe6ii9aaie4ed A and B Coffee. "
50 quintals Qeorga Bank Ccdflsh.
gObtll. Mem and Mo. Idaekeialf f,v.-)r 4 ,'.
0 ICaV aV tum imuuvu
100
OObx.UyarBaislna, - 0"fr.
BO M. a.' d n t S i 1 A Hi
100qr.bo-4 8e'
lOO at CUara, atKerent pmnt-4
at Cigala, ataxrent pran- imn,' ,' y.n ,
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Aad SlanS-SOOK XLiaum hi hn n
NORTH BJOH ITaUDSt, rr .
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EABIlt.ar El
-rfTHITJB. WHEATs B
. -SNOWFIi.'
Prom Barna(llsa,"SpTtaai
, Iloarbrott ' tooatmartot. t
In sale only - Wsw'
bbtW ' j 4 f
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i All colon Juit opei
r.mmond lltoilio
'umbua onan
I' who desire.
ipaedlly
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'ny, la
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ABB SOW RECEITIlf O THEIK W1W
Til a 0O0DS, and lnrlte tfaa yublke -to iaapaot
thiol." fh itook of Ooodi ha rrar bMi bron(ht to
thlf market. The Beuth, M oDnqUanc of toe rallare
af ibaralaarop, hie do I ba aiU ta parehaa the aa
aaloiaatlty of rlofa (ooda, and tola fc thai forced the
Iatportara to eell them al paUl aoaUon. Oar buyer
(Mr. Stone) being la New Tork at theea large aalea, took
adrantagaof thaaa, asdwa aaa and will oell our foods
bar, at laaa tbaa any sue who purchased two waak eiaoa,
paid for them In Hew York, .Ouretock (taomplet la
Tery departBMutof , i,;,,.; tfj,
ELEGANT DRESS SILK3K
" OTTOMAN VELOURS, -1 1 ' T
BROCHE VAlENClAS,
PRINTED MEBIN09,
) PRINTED C0BURG9.
J DYED CQBUyS
BLACK ALPACAS, I nil
y' UKLKANs,
i a, I TANCYWOVEN FABRICS'
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
.. . POPLINS, PRINTS,
' JTX . DELAINES.
SliAWLS'SlilAKS!
, Rye tliauBand Dbll vWdrth'7.
At Be Ml( tft)jCat i IpUali
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LADIES" FURS.
I ',' .! f -J " . 1 f(l-, r"'
IB mil VarletUa f thaiJ 0lbMtc
Men',ladlo and Chlldrenli Pader Bhlrta and Drawem
tadlaa. aliiaa ut Ohildm'r Hoeterr Of all kloda. to
Wool and Lanib'i Wool; fleecy Lined and Cotton Qlorea
Of arery make.. ;t . . k. K.-t.f.J.'J,
. "rvr r .r,...,n r,, .. ..
A ' oomplete) urortmeiit of til tho nrau rario-
tlM AT ' ' ' " c.iai 1 , . r ..?T' ii; lii
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LADIES' CLOTHS, ..v.ngiiz
.CASSIMERES, T1
... .. OVERCOATINGS,
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uTWEEDS,
FLANNELS,
liiAnncus,
arnoAVO ,i'Tr:ifc i
" i DRESS TRIMMINGS,
La diet and Gfent'i Linen Catoubrifi Sand
II nr.-. ,r
VarnTitafa: Alt - Jf.. rxrr.;w.
- .TT.Tiu!i t Jilt)
1 To oaraoaa win 'call on' we- Bldi dttrirorda to
Iho then the largeet, beat ' and cheapen ttook of Sooda
am aeen in uua maraei, or pay mem ona aoiiar par
k.Hlakll. lullu r V. t
decl-diywtawltw. i rro"a ea w;giaa.
IaTHROP, iumgto & CO.
23 ft tf tAXK. PLACE, 1
20 ft 23 KUB&AY STBEET,
3UJL3 W .TTOXtta.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
.1 .iru-ii.H'r. . ih'i rlJ nt rii4
Poreign . and -Domeatio r
FOR CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT.: I
o.t oj : )ii,i.i)aiikie. (It) 1.'. v,a rr
.BPllllSrGri861. , ; i
We are ovaMng.'atdatamvM warereoeni On abare
ammbere, stock of Oooda In aaok of the six departmenaj
ai oar basinees. aapaitw an anytaing we Bare nereuiore
axniuteaaa aaanaaav
" CLOTH "DEPARTMENT.
, Tkla baa grown to Ita praasnt aaagnltado under the
Lbonneh manacemant of a bover of lotw aauaiaiDaa and
acknowledged good easts. We keep extenalr Unee of
ue aneet ana eootoesi - i 1
'S . -r, , ; ia ji Wtu 4 I-"''" Qi-J . J Ai
I j l.i I afoaAVlaVr: , 1 . ft L--Qi?l
EANCY CASSIMERES
To be foand In the market, all selected with' the nlotot
danomlnaUoB. Alio, all grides, eolon and Tartetloe of;
BROADCLOTHS,
1 SATINETS' " J" "" -iff
: i . LADIES' CLOAIN5G3,
: : " ' vt u; .TWEEDS,
yABMBRA' aad aTKBOHAITA' OAASIaiUMt, -
KIKIDCKT JXAKS, from SX to KXoents par yard
..! ana apweroai -
oldll
XWItDB. 1SJ. W asnta ferjard-laat year ao
UtoSO;
FEINTED IAraiT8,A'l"tabj;
And ttker Good emmttuUnely Low. ,,r.
pRESs-ClpopB) j Department . 5 r
tttscheeter be talnea. fancy Bllka,'
BamUtoa do. Printed OnaUla,
" Paelfla do. Waaebestar (Hnhaae,
'' Printed Lawna, Olasgow do.
PitaeadBrilntaaJ CI ICUtUau' -I'do.ia jn
Paaey fllngkaaaa,' rtrr -.n 1 Ottemaa Olotha, t. y t
iBombaalaea, . i,u:an t,--Aeyaaaj.Mt ,.U4!l
' Black BlUu, Popllna,
HIT,
FANCY SPRINC ppODSa::
Vorrlmao Prlnta,
0 Ooehaoe do.
.. ...Blcbmond'i Prlnta, . .
'PMIna do. Dannell8 do.
' Byraawa'a dak. ) .'in. Bogliah .trao ' hit
biabobaatar, a. Prlnta, Ao.
lairrneo 0. Bheatlngai r.-Atlantic A. Ihorttoga,: ..-,
Stark do. , Amoskeag . do.
Poaaant , do. - TJOca, Ao., do.. .
? a.ii-,'i, . hch i v .'
4U urcaet ana maiAd,
liitiAciiiijr .iiaimai !aiit) minton'.'
Wanantta, .'. . ,A B wight, ., Lawrenoa. ;
Lonedale, " ' OrJt Palis, ' a Baaavkaag,
Shots and niis, :
' A LABQC AMD aiLtOT ASSOWaTtltT.
I 1' "p 1I eu. I ' " irt Lilt ! t'
Ori WON AlBB-a great Tariety.
CITK0K8 ,t ttdo.-.n fVii': JO'ir
TICKlNd8-lI the loading brands. - '
PKNIHII do. . , ..do. , ,. lt
SniftTIff ItBIPBS- all the leading brands;' '
BANK1BNS do. do.
COR88TJBAM ; do. to.-,"li'':';'
I10EEBNS do. do.
PAMAaUiA, PAPlR OAaiBltOiV COLOBHD 'OAlt-
UMjiua, u , ato.
LiSOJB XAfD COMPLETE STOCKS OF
WEtTB 000DS,
SOflDERT,
t.-,lCaVHPET8J Aw0 OIt,-V.qTnS
And a great1 variety of Soodi ant anunMrats--aH of
Irhlob wa pledge oaraalm to sell at the loeaaai aaorAaf
Irii the larger portion at from 19 tq 80 per eent. leaa
ttai laatvaar.
'in
aihiV.,-' v.,
swelling and pais irom Ma r . .tm,
palnnoaa plants, aeamV'a, ae in
braMt, ealt rheum, eto. Mhra taaeu 1. ...natty, It
If.
poni .ively tore croup Inehlldren, ana gives Iwmedleta
roUefmthe worst oaaa of thla tarrtbia eomplalnti
rumnTea hoareeneea aad aora throat. Prioe, ti coat
twin, h Hon Id be In eiery house. 1 Tor sale by
glhUaiiJ H; .ir,'Hepra.. IK.V1S 8T0N H,
i Bitie ! rojirie tor, Bo. 1 Spruce sU,Nw lork,
I.
In
Iritton'a Eatatfv
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t)ieot.'-i
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tho
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Katch 30ib( A. Cv;tCCl,-d.tt(.t,
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The Great Yelverton Marriage Case—Extraordinary
Trial and Excitement.
'V4 Lit I-.'c.'t, 'IP''!.) IH ' -I-
t, TbU trial, which oommaooed oi tho 31at ult.
ono of tho moot extraordinary and exciting
oaseo which ha been baforo tho coorta for a
lone Um, was bronghl .tfsA.olooeoo tho 4th
lnt, by tharondjtln of.Aerdict In favor of
too plaintiff. ,Th jprougnt oj nir.
Tholwoll, lo roooror from MJo XeWortoa tho
tam of 259,adraned to.Mn Yoiyertop, oo
tho (round that tho wai tho wlfo ot tho former.
Tho London 8Ur glros tho following summary
of tho foots of tht caae, at bronghl oat by the
, M'.;') .5...'.'0 ' :'.'., " '0 id ." " MlKMff
- Botweon el&bt and nine jeart ago, the Bou-
loeno packet boat was on ito way to Dover. It
was a eultry evening In August, and the ladles
and gentlemen on board passed (he night on
dok. Of these, ' jQe. lady and gentlemas eat
aide by side. The gentleman folded bia plaid
and laid it across tho knees of himself and his
fair oompanlon. An odio force was common!
sated through tho Innocent woellsn, and from
that moment a mixed ranort of magnetism and
tows wao established between them Mist Te
resa. Longwerth for that wa the lady's name
M-eeems to have been fascinated by the odio
foroe of Major "Yelverton, who wa no doubt
personally an agreeable and, to a lady, a lovable
man. He waa, besides, heir apparent to the
Earldom of Avoomore, JUigs Longwortb be
Lonared to what i called' a eood family In I.an.
oaahlre, wao AdnoaUd irom Tnfanoy In a French
convent, bad lived little at home, but much
abroad on tUSta to relatives and friend. Her
allowance from her family was two handrad
pound tterliOK yeat. , n'
Twelve months after the rapport in the Bon
iogoe boat, the influence began to operate. Ma
Jot Yelverton was stationed at Meltai' Miss
Longwortb set off for Italy. She teems to have
been attracted by mm. "My reooUeolions of
him," tho says, "were agreeable, and I had a
Vague desire to bavo farther aoqoaintanoe:"
Her eonaln was Contul at MonaaUr, t Alba
nia, and wishing to tend him a latter Mies Long
worth, with the assistance of her'Naple banker.
and of 8t. Anthony, the patron of Italia post
men, could see no readier method or dolne; eo
than by anoloslng the letter in one to MaJ. Yel
verton, with a request to him to post it at Malta.
The oorretpoadenoo thus opened was warmly
continued on both sides, but it was not until
1856 that the Major and the lady again met.
Is that yea he was with hi regiment in the
Crimea; and again the odio foroe, assuming un.
ooo scions); to it object the form of char It v.
drew Mies Loogworth to hi vicinity, '-a X 1
i Among the lady nurse tolling in the hospital
of Galetar- she was visited by the Major, who
renewed hi expression of attachment, and pro
posed a secfot marriage. Mia Longwortb was
willing to marry, but rejected the condition ot
secrecy. ' But why secrecy 7 .This, the Major
waslndimoultie about what tieoalled the pew
ai, and had promlied bi brother; on whom be
wa - oepeiKient, not to marry any lady exoept
one who could pay hi debt. Did he mean to
deceive the lady by a false marriage, or were
hi intention hoaorablaT His subsequent con-
dactmust decide. , Mis Loogworth would not
listen to seer ocr. In 1857 Major Yelverton waa
in Sdinburg, and Miss Longwortb, who had re-
turaad from to Utlmea the tear before, wa
gal!' attracted to his Tloinitv. and visited tha
oapltal of tho north. Her he renewed propoo
alt for a secret marriage, and tpoke of the facil
ity of the Beotob lawte tie thekeotiSbe, loo,
mutt have become more facile, for she Joined
aim in reaaior togetner a marriaire' formula.
but did not go further, and fled when he desired
to oonrammate the anion. Bred a Catholic, she
oouia o no waiiaity or Knotty in a marriage
aw periormea in us ioe oi too bnurcni ' :l- -
Mnaiiy.in Aagnst oi 1857, she assented to
the pledge of secrecy, he, on bi part, acqoleto
Ing In marriage by a CathoUo priest. ; They
were married at Rottrevor, in Ireland, and
entered on the fruition of their love happi
ness, according to the lady, entire and un
bounded, in which' everything on earth be
came indifferent but their two aelres when he
kid oh wa ''the dearest mall tool-tool that
aver lived," and she thought "that there wa
not In the wide, wide world another Carlo like
hart."- - In a f w month, however, circa ar
ttanoeo were thought by her to render the
ffltintananeo of the aeoreey respecting the mar
rlagene longer posalblo, and tie It appeared
that -eoMidtnttai touching hi PMuwla and
hi ' family wr paramount to Ma for Yolver-
tonp mind oror regard for hi wile' reputa
tion a as honorable woman. "The cat must
b kspt In th bag Just now," he write to her,
"for ii the fiery devil gets out wow, shell explode
a preofou mine, and blow 0 alt to the dickens.'
Br mingled threat and pursuasion ho brought
nia enia o rwapeoa ana saoret. ,i- . .
la less tney traveled abroad at husband and
WIT. 8b fell soriooslr 111 at Bordeaux. whr
be left, her, to rejoin his regiment. Here the
Wat oxpoaod to th distress of being considered
his "oompanlon. i Oo her1 recovery tod return
to England,- ah wrot to Major Yalvertoo a
toucmng -Muer, woMn no ten 'bnanswered.
She oommnnioated tho fact of the marriage to
hi family, and tho oatattroohe. which his
beanlewnM bad' prepared; followed.'-' Ooen
reptdiatlen waj-afterward eocflrmed bT a
teoond-awarrlago-wlth a lady -who, U 1 pre-
somaa waa'BDie w pay ma aeota;-. ana bow
Mr. Tereaa Ylvrtoa, a ah claims to be, ap
pear la Court to support a demand against him,
made by on of her friends, for necestar lee sup
oiled to her.T ..' ..-u-iSi.m i t o.t-tJi
'iao greatcgt excitement prevailed thfough-
ut iho whole trial,, whiol, oontWed fronnth
9im of rbruaryto thtdth Tjf Marctel Th
ory returned a verdict that there, wit" both"
SootolT and ,'IrUh ,1iarrlg,'nd( tbatha-
fendant wa ajKoman .Cathtljo. tor twelr
Bioulh beforo. Cpon' the verdict being rftr-
dered, an' extraordlaary, tieudbf excitement
. -, rr..- ..a, v. at. " .til.' ' '
whuwu.i4ui auiw ,uamieiuuoia were waved,
lbs member of the bar stood i op . and joined
heartily m tho tmbllo manlfautloas of delloht ,
man of tuem aotUally took, off their wigt and
warn taem witn energy. Toe excitement la
dd sommonleated to those onhtldej aad people,
yelling and hertng, rushed In every dlreo
. Tt'() . .jv,' .'. ''l '.OlITl l.l- I ' ti ,i im1-i
-I "Crowd erathd after crowd to obtain a-look
at to groat woman, wqqbavo) lougbt . bo oobly
rot aer Honor and rot aer sex. and who bad van
th light. Th paoplo insisted that they should
draw ner in uiumpa to ner notei,, Many eonght
to bar tha honor of saving that they slatd
In drawing: horn th Hon. Mrs. Valvarm. at.
ttr she bad eainad tha , victory, but thaw
orusnea pn oy me, masses otuo people who
were punning ueir, way to we. onarioty wbloh
stood In tha weetera oourt yard. , About vea
o'clock tha Honv Mrs. .Yelverton, on issuing
from the oourt to take, her place la tha aaa.
rlate. waa reoeivod with, vehement oheertn
At too notei tne orowo inaitted pon th lady '1
appeirano. She oomplied, and onthebaloopy
addroued It a follows t . . , - u,, , nj ,
1 "My noble-beartod friends, yon nave made
m this day an Irishwoman, by th verdi6t.tb.at
I am th wife of . an Irishman,. (Vehement
. . . , ...... ,mm
cheering.) I glory to belong to such a ttoble-
koarted nftion. i (Great cheering.) . Yon will
llvlamy aeart forever, a have Uvd la
vour hearts this dy. r (Tremendous applauso )
! am too weak to say all that my heart daairaa.
hut yon will accept, th gratitude of a, bear!
Mat was maoo.aaa, ana i , now made glad.
(Load cheers ) Farewell fog th present, but
forever I belong In heart and soul to th people
0(DbHo.". ,U; Vi 1 l.-i.'ie.i,'J n.'tmiib.
'After elvlna an outlitve of thestorv an ahav.
thLooan,liasoommt a follow, oa the
aboroea: , - 'lMtj -Mi t.-i.'i von raj;t
Snob, is an outline of this extraordinary out,
and la weighing th evidence on olthor tld,U U
dlffiouit to proooiiaoe'.a judgment, 't There1 are
some Improbabilities In the lady's Story, eape
dally fa regarded the alleged Scotch merrlagej
but on this and other important poinU she wa
weu eorroeoraiea oy loot and witaesse) and
dorlrig ' long And severe examination the was
not shaken in a single particular,; Jn finding for
her, the jury have probably oomo to a eouad aaaa
oloslee, though their verdict oau have bo effect
on tne principal point to issue, ua the other,
hand, the ease of, Yel verton wat obviously ante
oedently inpro battle, and that In a very remark'
able degree. It rested !n the main on his own
statements with, every possible' motive for
falsehood, and it brok down in, it vital point
-the assertion of a cobabitatloo for a fortnight
before tho marriage in Ireland." As regards the
actors in, this woful (frame, it Is ay to form
ad estimate of them. .The mw who.ia hie own
words, oonoelved "tbo Idea" of a systematic to-
daetion committed, if we may credit himself; I
a moat abominable outrage nooa a ladv who had
juit been- the guest of hi auperlor efflcaw pro-
lanea aaoicmn na most noiy rite for the vile
purpose ot fraud and sensuality abandoned bi
Victim lo th hour of bar oeril.with hint about
''avoiding an event" whlob may well bear a ter
rible interpretation and. finally crowned: the
climax of hi deeds by ruining, through his eon..,
taet, another woman w may leave to bi self
inflicted misarv. .. With hi own. eoumel.. wo
simply give him op, And can. only suppose, In (he
puoiio interest, mat nis nam will soon disap
pear from the Army LUt. But what shall we
write about his partner in this dark history of
foil aid mi, who now float a wreak ea a aaa
of misfortunes, by reason, in part, of her own
1 ai lines, and wnos very suoce must cause ber
the' keenest anguish? Wo (nay lament her
wrongs and sufferiDjts, but otnoot eoneeal from
ourselves :he faot that tbey principally arise
from her own mlsoonduot. Let ua take tt that
the wat technically chaste, and that she never
cohabited with Yelverton till after th secret
marriage In Ireland. 1 But with her behavior.
even from, the first, in accordance with feminine
propriety, and ia it not plain that through all
toes years it was she who was really following
Yelverton, not Yelverton who was seeking ber
in marrlaeet i This. Indeed. Is theonlv tnaalbla
plea which can be nrged in excuse of bis mis
aeeag. . :, . .... ,
Trial and Excitement. What took Miss Longworth to the Seat of War
—Old Love—Irish and English Barrister Nature
—Interesting Items.
r 1 'l-t: 'Vi,. t. , ,t i, . .1 a i " .r,
The entire PreBS ot Great Britain continue to
devote column to the Yelverton case. . Tom
Taylor is not generally a racy letter writer, but
be "doe" the last sensation juttlce In hi Lon
don note, quote: . ..
WHY SHE WENT TO GALATA.
inere is a tact, which did not noma ont on
the trial, but which quite disprove the theon
of die defense, that Mis Longwortb went to
UaIatatOi.l'hont ud" Ms or YalTarton. Tha
real Inducement waa resoeot for the msmon nf
a gauaut r renoo omcer, 10 wnom tne Dad form
edanattaohment In th Interval between her
first Introduction to Maior Yelrerton In 1852.
- , n . . -
and hay going to Oalata in 1856. Tbi offlcw
dief.or waa killed, in the Crimean war, and it
was sympathy for the service ha holonriwl in.
and devotion to his memory, which led her in
join! the French Sister ot Charity a a nurse at
tne nospitai at uaiata not any project for
meeting . .Major Yelverton. Independently of
Ibis, bowever, Mies Long-worth from ber educa
tion wa mora a foreigner tbtn an Irishwoman.
Sht was educated ia jrrenok and Italian con
vents, end this Should b taken into aoannnl in
judging her from b letters and ber conduct. .
BARRISTER NATURE.
'Cooler Eoellah ludsmente are bv no naana
Inclined to lollow fresh enthusiasm lo its eleva
tion of this injured ladv into' a barae-on of all
physical, mortal and Intellectual perfection, r 1
hearth case, end th feeling It exoitee, eom--parsd
with the trial of Queen Caroline, and tha
popeiar reeling tnen excited In favor of the
Wneen.: 1 here wa th earn disposition shown
tne to max au angel ox toe woman not on
her own merit, but on the strength of Jir
griaVotis and indisputable wrongs, An old and
hardened barrister of my acquaintance remark
ed, jia speaking ot the Yelvertoo trial, 'Well,
I had often heard of the peculiar nature of the
Celt, but I never believed that the Irishman
wad really a' different being from the English
ma till now, but this case proves It." "Yon
mean the applause and sympathy shown I court
during the progreo of lb . trial H "Oh, not
onei ha leen that in England." . "Tha mob's
drawing tha fadr'a earrfava hnmaft i.fw
for that, one ba aeen tho crowd makoasse't of
tnemseivee on tot lde of 1 th : water of ten
enough,".,, "The vehemence ef some af aha
judge1 summing upl" "No. We're a volcano
ortwojon our own bench." ""The cheering and
waving of bat and handkerchief at th ver
dict?" "No, we oonld parallel thatv too."
"Then what do you mean.",, ''Whv- I mean
the' Irish barrieter throwlntr un thai. rir,.i
No English barrister was ever known to throw
up his wig the thing la against English barris
ter Mure."
BARRISTER NATURE. THE SACK.
Maior Yelverton's nam will be nf
the list of member of tho Junior United Ser
vice Club. iTh Irish paper bavo found a tell-
in ' at.tnas Ia , V. m M.Ia.i. ....1. a r
o t .jwBiin v in, tupjuc rctjmrvmanv 01
"gentle blood" a on constituent of "a lady,"
In the history of the Avoomore family whose
honor a were purchased at no very remote period
by the services of the well known Barry Yelrer
ton,' whose father wa a butcher,, and who Is
said to have married pis cook. ,
IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.
' Major Garvin asx'ed'the Under Sewetary of'
oiowb -iot TTarwneiuer nil attention had been
called to the cmo of . Tholwoll w. Yelverton,
and whether the name of. Major YolvortoU was
to be retained on the "Army Llstl"
.'.Cant. Arohdall asked whether ap officer had
been aent down by tho Hon Guard to watch
the cue. t riIJ1VJvt.is i..ij o.it - o.-.u.v
, Mr. T. G. Baring said that Maor .Yelverton
had been suspended from all military duties
pending legal proceedings whloh were likely to
.otlow- U oder those olreomstaaoe, the 8eore
Ury of Stat lor War must decline to prajudg
,he0"?,.... v ."r' t. : V-t 0 b,"
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1
SYMPATHY.
11-4 At meeting of Mr. Y-'s admirm, held In
Dublin, Mtroh 6, It wa resolved that a nom
mittee should be "appointed fr th purpose of
ootlbotiagaodreoeiviag oobsorlptlon to assist
io defrayipg tbo vast oxdmmm . llkaly le be r
Qwied for future Litigation, Subscription re
ceived tt the NatlonalBatik, where an aooonnt
has ooen opened under th nam of the "Yel
verton fund.'Vi.ti f 1 ' " 1.- ' r 1.. ft w
I
A NEW VIEW.
: Thr none .view of ithi ntraordioary baa
which has escaped then notlow of tbo-varlon
orltlct who bar expended their energies on it,
and that i th extraordinary fascination which
a titi ha over tho daughters of Eve. Th first
Mr A Yalverton had ajffaraof. marrlaoa mda m
her by men of wealth end position, bat the do-,
cliotd them ail in favor Of a captain of artil
lery, tho- younger on of an Irlah peer. Th
teoond Mrs. Yalvorton was (atranned hv tha
tarn tinsel. Writing to a friend, the widow of
rror. rorbes says: "1 suppose I must tell yon,
but I am going to make a fool of myself ia my
old see, and abd and I ams-oinw to mart
Major - William 1 Yelvertoo, Lord Avoomore'
on., -i-m-rtt 11 1. '-t' r. n l ' 'M(;
'
,,
"
A NEW VIEW. THE JURY.
The Jury was composed ot seven Protestants
tndtive Komaa uathoilcs. - . ,.
.:'..t .' - - -" ' ' IN ' F
The Brain.
,
1 One of tho readiest roads to tha head I
through the lungs. " Yon may reach the brain
la mteotewith chloroform, for exampla.'Tfae
power of thi drug ia something marvellous.-
When under It 4nfluence, a man may bar hi
limb, cut off without any sensation whatever;
and oven when he 'recover from tha artificial
trance he)may atill have neither pain nor one at
nee. Wbyt flare you ever seen a crson after
filOfpUpay 'After a HI of that kind, people
have do remembranoo of anything dona to Ihem
dnrfna? tha At. Durlno- tha antlaniu nn.,
tho brain la aU but completely torpid. The same
t
thing , happwN after: the anmsthnlo aloep'of
chloroform. In naithiw Mas, a a man Mm.m .
br what he never felt. ; 48111 mark wba may
psln In the stump either during or After the
oratloa, may continue for many tuoceaalre
months tot be attacked with tho identloal local
ytopyanm rorwbteb bis 'limb was rwrnovexl, at
the hour of the day or night when he was wont
to suffer martyrdom before Its, removal. .,. Aid
mora than abia.,1 aeised bv hiaald umi An.
lag sleoTJ, ie may wakej xo!alming "Ob, my
teg, my 1 eg? v pains me tne same as WBen it was
on,''. Moi outioui atiurh mav tell von ha
oan, so far as hie own feeling are concerned,
actually move the foot of th amputated limb.
What do those fact Brevet Tbey prove t 1,
that tha brain la tha annrsa af all anntlna anil
ill tens ti on, morbid or sani 1 hoy f ror Inverse 1
y, S, that the brain la the sou.ee of .rest and
remlialoo) deep Included; they further prove,
9 that tha bruin is the eoarc of all naroavsmal
recurroor, wbethr the more promlpcdt symp
toms . pe general or local vnuun ttxttal
Kwl j to n M ti.
rop;w(oob'8
IB
, ail .j
AND
Cf( bprcaieely what ItaBasss tadteatao, far, while
U plesaaaltotliataate.lt Is NTtnfyini. eahllarat-
' Vof InvltvratiDf and alrenythaaiog to tha vital)
-powers, an ax u osma tuaa railriaes, 1111
kJslata, aad mews tha Blood in ail It partly; and
ljth" at ono raKoiw wna rtndm thytttr fa-'-
ImiimtraMi lo attacka 0 diaf . It Is Ik only
Hlpiwpa ratios rer oflera to th world,, so ehenl
'ostly aad sUilfally aombtne as to a tfes most
. Ipiwerful tools, and at the same time sw narfMilt
0
a I adapted to, u to act in parfsotacoordaao with thi)
aas :awa 01 naiuie, ana neno win soma uuutaJust
u
IttewtaoA, an tone op tb digistlrs aitua, andO
Ithus allsvsll narrons and other irritation.. It
1
u pni
SJIeomp
-' a to
loomposed entirely of vegaubl. yet ao combined, n
vn.mii .uitwMiui, mil t asm um It Ul ,
i 10 proauceuie moitto irougn tonneoeet, Willi
oat p rod art ng any iojariona Borneo, neaoea Booh
chli
Qjlfha
n,
remwy naa long oeen ran 10 0 a desideratum
meaieai world, ror It needs no medloal skill
UiatdeWlltj follows all atUoks f dlaeaae. sad
proceeds snd Indeed Isya th system open to tlwi
inaidloa sttaeks of many of th most fatal, such.!
tor eziunpie, as tne loupwing; uoniumptleo, in-i
mjoiiiou, uyipcpiia. i4oes oi appetite, raininess.
Nervvwa inltabutty, aenralgla. Palpitation of tbel
Heart, tie laooholy, Night Bweats, Languor, Olddl
oea, Betentlon of, as well as Painful obstructed
too profuse, or too sosnt Uenstraation. and tail-l
ling of th Womb. The all depend upon genera)
IdabliltV.. . I D 11 ttnra. aaallliv. tnnin flnrriial anil
Blood Beoovator is as sure to sure ai theian t M
He and set. There is no mlstak about It. Bat 111
iJl la not all. ' If tha system la weakened, wa are
ipen to btllous attacks, tha liter becomes torpid.'ij
nr worso dliesied, tho kidney refute to peiformiH
their fusotlcna, and w sre troubled with aoaldingia
sod Incontloenoa of nrine. or iuTOluntar dls-
oharga of tb same, pain In the back, tide and be-'A
tween th shoulders, axosedlnily llibi to alight U
colds, coughs, and If unchecked, soon emaciation
follows, and ua patasat go down to a premature a
rrar. Bat spec will not allow us to wumeraief 1
th many Ills to which we ar liable In a weakened, V
condition of the system. But we will aajr. in this
lOordlst and Blood Kenovator you bar a perfect,
safe, pleasant and rffectual remodfor loss ef fj
Annetlta.' Rlllomnaaa; VlatnlanM wmIt knil
stomach, Langnor, Liver Complaint, Chills and! .
rerer, or any Bilious attack, OosUreness. Acidity ',
if th Stomach, NerToasnesa, Neurelitla, Palptta-!,,
lion of the Heart, Depression of Spirits. Burei.M
Pimples on the Pace, or any disiaa arising front fi
impure blood, such aa Scrofula, Krysipelaa, Bron
cuitia, uougn, uimcniiy oi sreauitng, ana au uiat i ,
buna of dlseaies called female weakness, and m
1 enumerated above. Wa will also say tb traveler bi
hr, will find its pleaiant, sale and sure remedy,
..I MAMA -1.-.I4 ... . . I , 1 . ,) I
eipoiea 10 eDiaimies. cnante ot climate and wat-t
uvuv iuv.ui HTI VllUUHM 44.WUOT.
try it. forwlureioaou will find in Its friend
indeed, aa well aa a friend In need. All ptrsouot
teoentary aaoits win nna iiapeaeet preTenUTaoi
a well as our for those ailment to which, they art,
particularly exposed. Bene B(nUterutadenu.el
torneya, llierary gtntltmen And ladiaa whs ar no:
wenttomed to much outdoor exetolaa, will find I'
-0 their adrantige to keep a bottle constantly or
nana: ana. aoote an. motnara. er tiiaaa neeom ni
uon, win go mrougn mat moat dangeroo perto.
aoi oniy win 111 weir accustomed atrengui, bu
lafe and free from the Ibousantl ailments so nrv
(alent among th female portion of the world. Ii
ihort, 1 1 is Indeed a mother's cordial. Tiw it. oh
Irellrr and prove Itself emphatically a Settora
aaa onmr: no lonier run tne ilaK M a;ll: it wil
mm voratcu ana jsiooa ictnotauir.
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and aoonraia definitions." President Thompson.
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Wahstar' orthography. At a recent meetiog of our
Vacuity, It waa decided to chane it to conform to that
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aarfleld. . -
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writlog and speaking, th orthography and pnmuu-
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world of letters. The mechanical execution is far sui.
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The orthography of tha Worcester .Dictionary I that ' j
need by most, if not aH aathora ai alatiMtb Tin ,m. '
country and England, and aonforms to th geaoral nan . .
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