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COLUMBUS.
OHIO,, FBIDAY MOKNING; OCT. 18,
1861
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. HZ HOLLARS. PXX TAlf :. t
Inrarlably la'-AdTaaee-lt
t (Dljitf Statesman
D ilLY. TBI-WEMLY AUD WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER:
fUBiUHiEB 'and rxorsixioxs.
; - ' mi 'iV
Cr Office Dos.. 38, 88 and 40, Monk High It
i ' TERMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE.
Dally' . . . " $8 00 per year
" By tlit CarrUr, per week, 19 cents.
tVl-Weekly ,- ,,,,- i i'. 8 00 per year.
Weekly, - t ; . I 00 , ;
erin of Advertising by th Bquare.
u...iuie lyeiu.,.$20 00 One square 3 weeks.. 4 00
One , " tluoulu 1H 00 Ou ' g weeks,. 3 00
One, " tl months IS 00 One " 1 week... 175
One " 3 month! 10 00 0u " 3 days. .,100
3d t! months 8 00 One . " Sdaye... i 7J
On " 1 month. S 00 On " 1 insertion SO
Displayed alverlliiroenta half more than the abori
atea. ......
Advertisements leaded end placed In the ooluma
Soeclal Hoticvt," double the ordinary ratee. ,
All uullcei required to be published by law, legal rates.
11 ordered on tho Inside exclusively alter the first week
per cenl, more than the above ratea; but all inch wll
appear In the Trl-Weckly wlUuutcbarge. , .
Ituslness Cards, not exceeding five Hues, per year, In
lie, 'i So pet line; outside $.!, i .,
Notices of meetings, charitable ooletlei , lire companies,
fee.; haU price.' i-i
All traimleat- advertieetnente mutt be paid for tn
ct limnco lie rule will not be Taried f rum. 1
Weekly, fame price at the Daily, where the adTertleer
aes the Weekly alone.. Where 'he Daily and Weekly
are both uecd, thea Uie charge lf the Weekly will be
oa'f the rulta or. ihe Dally ., . : . . .
No ailrerllseiuenl taken except for a definite period.
BUSINESS CARDS
p. a. b. sniEKiiis;
.. . . AND NOTARY PUBLIC. , ' "
Olllce Amboe Building, opposite Oapltol Square. .,
.?'"'' , ooLUMBUt, omoj
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
j MARION, OIIIO.
Machine Manufacturing Company
MANtrrAOToatas or
STEAM ENGINES & BOIIERS,
Castings, MUl-Chtarlng', Vaeblnary.
also,
n.,ilX0tcaL XrToilX.
or bviiy vzaoairnoif.
COMJ1TIBU8, OIIIO.
0HA8. All DOB, Bop't ?. AM BOS, Tree,
deoll. 1B5M-U.. ?
1861. 1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
S3
RAILROAD.
Connecting at Crestline wltt the PIITSBUROn, IT
WAYNH k. OniOAQO RAILROAD
For Pitttburgh, PkUadtlphia and Baltimore. Alto
for Fort Wayn and Chicago. '
ConnecUng at Clereland with the LARS gnORI RAILROAD
For Danklrli, Buffalo', Albany. Boa-!
- onrndWew YmrU.
THREE TRAINS DAILY, ...
" XX0BPX BUNDAT, ' ;
,(
From Columbus, In connection with Trains on the '
IITTIK niAlfll AND COI.CMUCS
AND XKN1A HAILHUADS.
FIRST TRAIN.
NIGIIT EXPRESS. Lsares Columbus at 3.40 A.M ;
will leave passengers at all itatlons south of Gallon,
stop at Delaware, Ashley, Oardington 'and Oilead, and
at all stations north of Gallon, arriving at Cleveland
at9:0oA. M., Dunkirk S:00 P. M., Buffalo iMSf. M.
Albany 3.20 A. M., New York 8:35 A. U., Boston 9:30
P. M , PltUburgb via OreetUne 120 P. M , Phtladeh
hla 5:10 A. 11, Chicago ?la OreeUine st 7:00 P. M.
B8C0ND TRAIN.
NR?t TORS KXPM88 Uaree Oolumhus at 11:10
a. m. Will stop atLewIe Centre, (for White Sulphur
Springs), Delaware, Oardington, Gallon, OreatUne, Shel
by, New London, Wellington and Grafton, arrive at
. Cleveland at :3S p. so.; Dunkirk, 8:50 p. m. Buf
falo, lUiiii p. m.: Albany, B:a. m.tNewYoik, l.
E. m.; Boston, 4:40 p.m. This Train oonneoteat Bbel
y for Sandusky, and at OJafton for Toledo, arriving at
Toledo at 6:40 p. -
TBIBD TRAIN. '" jj. 7
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus
at 11.30 p. ra. Will atop at all stations Booth of
Shelby,' and at New London, Wellington, flrafton,
' and Berea; arriving at Cleveland at 8:30 p. m.i Don
kirk, 8:0Oa a. Buffalo, 8:0a. m.; Albany, S 20 p. m.;
NewYork, 7nWp. m. ; Boston, 11:4 p. m.j Pittsburgh,
Va Crestline, at 11:55 p. n.; Philadelphia, 1:00 p. m.,
Chicago, vta Oreetiinw, 0:45 a. m. This Train connects
at fehelby for Sandusky and Toledo, arriving st Toledo
at 6:55 p.m. , , , ,
Patent Sleeping Care are ran on all
Night Trains to Chicago, New
York and Boston. ' 1
,
Baggage Checked through to Nev Tort and Soeton
tla Cleveland; alto, to Philadelphia and
, Aa lot via OreeUine. . :
- RETURNING.
Night Bxpress arrives at Columbus at.. .11: 15 M. '
Cincinnati kanrese arrives at Colunbns al 10:KO A. M.
Accofumodaaon;Kprees arrival at Columbus at 7:50
as.., ' ' " '
t are a Lew ae ty aiyaunt Rute.
Aik for Ticket ti CrttUnt or Cleveland.
. ILINT,
Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
, t ;. lsf! 1 JAMBS PATTIR80H, Agents "
. . i r'1 r Oolumbua, Oado.
Columbus, June 17, lFOl." .u.
fust
1AA HF.- f!H 4JHEER and BLAt-K
AW aisa oage prune uia uonte.
160 pooketaoM Patch Government Java Coffee.
1 h ban Cevlon Coffee. -
SOObbla. standard Whits Sugars, eoneuUng ottoir-
area, unrusnea, uranniatect a and a Uuoee.
BO quintals George Bank Oodnah.
Obbla. Meee andNo. 1 Wackerel. -Cl
''t
A tea. Pick Salmon,
1 00 bx. Layer BaJslne, " ,
60 M. box do , de) , r Q .,.oO
lOOqr.box do de
lOO si Cigars, different bran da and grades.
nova? wu. Mcdonald.
1 1 ' 1
M
M. C. LiLL'EY, .,
PjJSIJLlilHL
And Blank.Book Auktttrer,'!
btobth eltoh rrsxrr, coLmcBTji, omo
aari Hiiy . t i , , 1 1 i , i i . -i
Red, White jind Bluc, J
DELAIIfES,
, CAA.ICOF.9,
,.. -. - HIBBOS.
KECK TIES.
Just opened by
ii-
aprSB
; Ve.MhmtaBlghatmtiT
ADEW UOOP SK1HT, -.-ir.f j' f
" . t,. w . ..... ... . 1 r- '
Blva Inst leoalnd a new mako at HOOP WrtTS
jiarjedmaauinnerfar superlottsanyyet latrvdaoed
DURAillJTY ;il)JGRACiOTNESSy
aaatt. ,
tifc'-iir
roSSdTSSy.
The latest Tie Lanreit-.Tha Beit
The Cheapest Because the Best, '
Mlf
'Tliej fllo.t HelUbjA fttandard
J 8k eaa an I e M SU tai t ' at- et . ' ' I kea
SlvBEnmrtmitOMo,
','THH b-bt xwum DICTIONARY KTANX."
rry jm merywiw; .
whose tuuUifuloQimeftDiDtTB ftctLtorivationBi. toMther
uviej ud iuwiiui us iiionnn iniiinii tTunu.
With thtir correct iolliDir.uitl DraMaafatloa are clear It
let before the eye
Cincinnati Commercial.
n n i VI I i'T (In
Bead the DecUtont of the ITembert of the Ohio State
leaenere AHtociMon.
The Understated. Mnlvri nf ttu Otila Rbt Tuhen'
Association, adout anil aim to use In teaching, wrillnc
and sneaking, the orthography and. pronunciation ot
Worcester's Hoval Quarto Diollonary, and we most cor
lially reeommend it as tha aioat nllihla alandud an.
thority of the JCngllih language, as it is now written snd
SnnlrNn- '
Loam Amaawa. President Kenvon flollera.
M. D. Lcaoarr, Superintendent Zaneaville 8ohoola.
Xlioa. w . IIABVBV. Hnn't Muri n 1 mini HNM. I
U. V. OowDiav, Sup't Pnbllo Schools, Sandusky.
Iorr Lynch, Sup't Publie Sotaools, Oirolevllle.i
9. N. BaaroRB, Principal Cleveland female Bemlna-
W, MlTnan.r. Hnn't tnhlln artinnla. Ml. TTnlnn.
Jobn Oaoaii, Principal State Norma School, Minns
Iota. ", ,. 0 ' .11 i " l . A!
I vtkos nabon, Principal Fourth Intermediate School,
Cincinnati. . , ..... , n:
n. a. mARTUi, eup t uanton union schools. .
Bdwir Basal Principal McNeely Normal Bchool.
Wk. W. XDWaane, Sup't Troy Union Bchool.
I A. a. Horeuis. Principal West Ulgb Bchool, Cleve
land. if .1 -
1 8. A. Norton, Associate Principal High School, Cleve
land. r!"l-.... -""
l THioDoaa Btsruks,, Principal High Bchool, Owvsj
ia- . u . . - . . ......
at r. unatiBTOK, rnncipai uieveiana institute. " '
J. A. Garvuld, President of Electlc Institute, III
ram. J
W. L. Harris, Prof, of Chemistry, Ohio Wosleyan
University.
H. 11. BABNtr, Ix-CeaiDlasloneror Common Schools,
umo. ...
Jamcs Mointos, Prof, Rhetorlo, Oberlln College.. .
Taon. Bub. President Antlnnh Oolleie. . .
O. W. H. Cnn:iMT. Prof. MaLhemalla. Ullh
School, Davton. ' '
B. O. CaoMBAnaB. ProL Lancnaaa. nish BcheoL
Dayton. ! J . i , .!..:.
8. at. Barbkr, Bup't Union Schools, Asblaod.
Jkore Oak 8tm Hundred other Prttident of Coll.
get, Profetiore, Author! and Dittingvlthed Educa
tor, novo enaoriea the aoove unnmeni
Presidents of colleges in ohio.
Maribtta Ooiue--"H is trnry a maim lucent work.
aa honor to the author, the publishers, and thewbolt
rauntry." rrestdeni Andrews. . . . , . ,
Onto WaatrAITnvBRnTV.f,'It azoeads mrezvecta-
tlons. It will be mv sulde In orthoRraphy and pronun
ciation, and will often be eonsnlted by me for Its neat
ana accurate definitions.' President Thompson.
"W. R. EoLarmnCousM. "Heretofore ws have seed
Webster s orthography. At a recent meeting of onr
Faculty, It waa decided to change it to conform to that
of Worcester's Royal Quarto Dictionary." President
Garfield.
Vbtbi Rnrava Ooixaes. "I find It worthy of
cordial approbation." President mtencock.
Oaoiua Cocusa. "It more then meets my expecta
tions. I recommend It as the standard authority in
orthoepy to my children and my pupUs." President
morgan.
Aim oca Oosxnea.-"I adopt and aim to ase In teach
ing, writing and sneaking, the orthography and pronun
ciation ot Worcester's awyai iuarto .icnonary.'
President Bill. . . v-s .. , I
Vln all mv wrltlns. sneaklna. and teaching, I bavs en.
deavored to oonform to the rares for orthography and
pronunciation uconulned In Werecstcr's Dictionary."
Horace mann, late rretiaent.
Kikvoh Col Laos, GAKaixa. ''I most cordially recom
mond It as the most reliable standard authority of the
Bngllsh language as It Is now written and spoken."
nestaent Andrews. ... , .v ,J r-. ,
., ; ... ;fVv-
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SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS, OT 0IU0.
from Ken, Anton Smyth, OommitHoner eCbmnttm
"The Dictionary Is an Imperishable monument to the
learning and Industry of lta author, arm an Honor to tne
World of letters. The mechanical execution la far supe
rior to that of any other Lexicon with which Itam ac-
iuauiisu.- (-
From Son. n. Bn Barney. Ea Oommiittioner oj
i txaoott tn wxo.
'The most reliable standard authority of the
guag'" '
WHAT TITS
Leading Xfewsrpaperai of Ohio Spy
from tho Cleveland Herald nt March 28. f 3
The erthoiranhv of the Worcester Dictionary Is! that
country and Xngland, and conforms to the general-uaage
of ordinary writers and speakers.. s .
. Whatever prejudices may have existed previously,
careful study of this volume will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation or its great menu, ana a aesirs
to add It to the well selected library, be it large or small,
It Is a library tnitaeir, and Wiu remain an impertsna
blaMeordof thalaarnlnaof Itacomrjller. . . , .
v A mMmnM fmm,MKinl f. AnfU a). '
Here are upwards of a hundred thousand Worde-rgoosl
bad and Indifferent whose multifarious meanlnga and
derivations, together with their torraot spelling aid pro
nunciation, are set elearly before the eye. The work Is
unquestionably the greatest Thesaurus ol Engliaa Words
ever published. A
From the Cleveland Plaimdealtr of Sept. 1880.
Ividentiy Woaomrnra'R Rovai QoaRtO Drc-floRAR Ii
not onlv tho laei, out the nrrtwrl of the ktndtmerie-
etMxi.andoan by no possibility sutler by ooatpariton t
ecnaovemy. , . , . -V , - . t.
From theToledo Blade of Jfaaii.
Al to HtojtcKCUTtoK,' WoacxtTsm u tbs Btakoard
followed by onr beat asthors; In definitions he leaves
nothing to be desired, and In OaTBosmawrr His sufficient
to say that w oRoarrxa can pa aaicif iauoweu.
? !.. INOHAn & buAgo, t -" '
JPMbllaUera, Bookaelloi'voY Stationers,
' r0. 101 BUPBU10B BT SVVaVHLANB, IIHltl,
hi. j i 'W
r Tlffi.
LIEEHSDRllvCE
'op-
f
Dlrldenel Jannary 1, 861, 45 FH Cent.
A8B1T8 .r.,rA.y..,.ar.ri.ajl2J550,
', Statement irsmwary i801v 'J
aladcesmtoment Jan. it,' 1800.''.. .'.e3, 406,581
Balance,
Received for premiums darr ' ' l .
Ing the rear jmo.-- . 763.053 SS- v-, -j.
Reoelved foe rnwress aug, v
the year IcW .............. uis.oit ja n,0-r(l; ,ui
Total receipts tor irnt.,..wj(i,vf i;,
tab! 0 lalme by Death,267,05000 1
,1; nxv;l 3 jU:U!tv
raia xoimmc iuiiw. , :,
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dertd 41,111 '.n
Paid Salaries, Post- i " vf
tit 'rvo:
an, laxea, - r i y . '
chaas:e. eto 3l.Cd 54 . i
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ii - .i t. .i-'e
Paid Commiaaioaa te i - i '"
i Agents........... 51,325 30
Paid Physicians' reel. 5,
-. i.'l j . t.'
raid Annuities...... 1,517 00
Paid Dlvldenda dur- 't -
In. ah. .u. . eaa fk c"i-r nnf f-1 ill ma
m-0 U iw,ovu t.y jjuy,v:f - AJa,uu
WBalana.,lanary.lat.'lWW..:.s;...t,8l9
! ts;u J sT.l ,i t-:i un: I'.if'M.L
Cashes turot.we S,OSH4 IB"".'.t, J
jKinuaanamorigaaeeontieail :im f
jtsute, worm double the .... ,, ,..,, T
amount loaned,.... .1.. t iu eA nU
Premlam Notes, on Polictaai,-.,u i. 1o ew?
WfotoniyojogBBei;- , , dM, .-.fi
eent. interest............ l.?Tn.PU 17
Real XataW.MA,...V" 1HM" " v
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Loans o a ocrin . . s A.a'U aat -MsillA tKc'MU
icourseoi inuiuumiou.... k,ju jj i,
1 I ..,i,-1 .','la
Total XMlrt.t.o-H....t.3,81'tl
T5Tiro.WMbfo.x,inwr
1,43d new Polldot have been iasued during the jea.,
Afteraearefnl calculation of the present vain of
ouisiaaaing roiiueaoi mi vumpuiy, man saving-
Mcwnar, w - .;"'rorer
havedechueda Divwmof 45 per sent, oa tbe Pnsnl
ams paid at tha table rates, to aU policies for life In tome.
Issued prior to January 1, 1B60, payable according to
present rale of the Company,
Rates for all kinds of Life Contingencies, Pnevtect
aaes, Statements, aa 'Appliaatioaa. still be foroteked
ihimt oauaas, at the Olfiot or Agencies of the
pan. Ir.i v-'( - " ' ".
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lAjer'sSrsaparilla
A compound remedy, dcsi'gnea to be the mott
effectual Alttrativa that can bo made. It is
a concentrated extract of Para Sariaparilln,
10 combined with other substances of still
creator alterative rower as to afford an f flee
tive antidote for tho diseases Barsaparilla is
V . Mn.ja .' Te- thnt Oil Mt a
W by u ; .oner rrom
tccornpii8H ftr cure must prove of immenae
pcrvice to tm largo cwss 01 our amicieu xtuow-
- . .... -
tla it hai been oroven bv experiment on maiivl
nr
of the worst cases to be found of the following
complaints: . e ; i
I SCROFULA AtfD SCnOPlI.OUS UOMrlAJNTS,
F.ncPTioNs And Erupiivr Diseases, Ulceus,
1'iuvlbh, Blotchks, Tumors, Salt Kiieum,
Bcalo Head.. Syphilis and Sypuilitio Ap-
Feciions, Meticuuial Diseabb, Dbopsy, Neu-
BALOIA, Oil A IO llOULOUltEUX, JJERILITT, liYS
pEPSI-A AHT INDIQ9T10N. EUTSIPBLAS," ROSE
OR St. Anthony's liiiB, and indued the whoJe
Iriuss vt qurnjiuuii.i auiuuguniu wrvun vr
tlt.BllOOMl' 0 J.'M -if';" -'Syr i.'.",".VV'.'-'
I 'ITria 'compbund wlU'rjfeuhd a great' pro.
motor of health, when taken in the spring, to
expel the foul humors winch, fester, in tne
blood at that season of tho year..'. By the timer
iv cjpuw.uuoi .Ltm muuy ra.mu..B
ro nippea 111 tho bUU. MultltUUCS can, Dy
1110 atu 01 tlllS femeuyv spare tnemsciyes irom
IJhe endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
aorcs, Uirough which tlie system will strive to
riU ltseil 01 corruptions, U not OSSlsieu xo uo
tins UiroualV the hnturnl Channels ot tlio DOUV
By an alK'raUTejnctlicirteQleuse out the
titiated blood whenever you find Us impurities
, .. .. .. , ., , J. . , 1 .. .
ourstmg mrougn mo smninpimpies, eruptions,
gr botwi; cicttnse it Wiiuti jott unu it, is ou-
gtvueted ndf slurraisfa in tho veins cleanse it
Whenever it is foul, and vout feelines will tell
you when, Jvejt wnero no particular disorder
u felt, peoplo' nby better health, and live
longer, xor cleansing ma Diooa. iveep tne
Dioou Healthy, ana nu. is well ; -but with, this
pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health, . Sooner or later something
must go wronx, and the great machinery of
ute is aisoruerea or overthrown. . .
I Sarsaparilla has, and deservoa much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. ' But
the world has been egregiously deceived
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but. more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated' extracts of
contain but little of the) virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else-, " '
During late years the public have been misled
by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar,' Most
of these liavo been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla, but often no curative properties whatev
er Hence, bitter ana pauuul disappointment
1ms followed the use of tho vorious extracts
ISonn0.ill .M.I, tnA morb ;i
name itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with Imposition and cheat. .'
we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue
name from the load of obloquy which rests
a.j - l. . i .1 r
believing it has Yirtucs which ore irresistible
by the ordinary tun of the diseases if is intend.
tl to cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
the bottle. "'- ". ..
PREPARED BY
DR. J. C. AYE It & CO.
' LOWELL. MASS.
Price, $1 per liottle Six llottlea for $3.
'jAyerV Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown for tho cure
every varioty of Thront and Lung Complaint, that
it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been em
ployed. As it has long been in constant uso
throughout this section, we need trot do more than
twsure tha people its quality-is kept up. to tho best
it ever nits uocn, ana tnat it may oe rcueu on
do for their relief all it has ever been found to
'Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
I y,, ,-. Ton THE CURB OJ", l -
Cottitencst, Jaundice,. Dyspepsia, , Iidigcslioy,
Dysentery, Soul Stomaeli, Erysipelas, Headache,
Piles, Rheumatism, Eruptions and Sfo'n Diseases,
Liter Complaint, Dropsy, Teller, Tumors and
Salt Illteum, Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, as
Dinner Pill, and for Purifying tin Blood.
Thev arc susnr-coatcd. so that tlio most sensi
tive .can take them pleasantly, and they are tho
beat aperient in tlio world for all the purposes of
j family physio. ., :
i Price 28 cents per Box ; Five bozos for $1.00.
Greatnumbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and eminent personages, have lent their
names to certify the unparalleled lisefulnessof these
remedies, but our space hero will not permit the
insertion of them.. The Agents below named fur
nish protis our Amebic ait Almak ao in which they
are given j with also fall descriptions of the above
complaints, and the treatment that should be foK
. lowed for their cure. V. V.',
Do not be put oft by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations thev mako more profit on.
Tl.n..M Av.n. ,.u - .l ' M 1. .:Ht,
mciii.uu nina a, aim ,o iiu viuvio. Alio ox.iv
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
have it. ....
i All our remedies' are for sale by
, - I tnntvri k niunir. n.i.Mi,..
. Mmvm.n..m swunw, T nr r, ,
, And bv Drnggiats and Dealers everywhere.
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LONDONDERRY, ' GltXSGOW.
Liverpool, MontrealQuebec.
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ull-voweredOlrde-bulll Bteamen salt everr Sat.
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[From the Cleveland Leader of Oct. 16.]
Knights of the Golden Circle—Frederick
Knights of the Golden Circle—Frederick Court Before U. S. Commissioner
White—Examination of Witnesses.
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Yesterday 'afternoon, Frederick Court," of
Marion eouoty, in this Stale, waa brought be
fore ' United ' States .Commissioner BuBhnel
White, for examination on a charge of being
merobef of tbe treasonable order, callod
Knights of the Golden Circle," and with con-
Dirlnir with others to overthrow the Govern
ment of the 'United States. The counsel em
ployed by the defense are 8. B. Premiss and M.
U. Castle, rJjq. me District Attorney is as
sisted by Hon. R. P. Ranney. ' ; '
I be foiiowine is the ainaavit maae: '
United States of America1. 7 ' . ,
Northern District. , , , .
C. Smith belocr duly ewuroon his oath, de
poses and sata that heretofore, to wit, on or
about tbe first of October, A. D. 18CI, at lUa
rion county, lathe" Distriot aforesaid, Frederick
Coirtt, and other' persons to said slllaut un
known, did conspire together to ovortbrow tbe
Government of the United States, and that Ibe
said Fred. Court and said other persons whose
names are nnknown to the pfOant, did then and
there conspire together to oppose by force the
authority of tbe Government of tbe United
States, and did then and there conspire togeth
er 4y force to prevent, hinder and delay tbe ex
ecution of tbe laws of tbe United States, and
did then and there conspire together by force
to seize, take and possess the property of tbe
United States against tbe will ana contrary to
tbe authority of the United States.
C. SMITH.
Subscribed and sworn to bv the said C. Smith,
betore me at my olnce in Cleveland, tbis linn
dayoi October, A. p. 1801.
B. WHITE.
U. S. Commissioner for tbe Northern District
of Ohio.
The District Attorney than proceeded to read
the following letter, bnt this was objected to by
tbe delendant's counsel. Alter some argu
msnt, It was finally allowed to be introduced
by tbe Commissioner:
WESTERN HOUSE, June 15, 1861.
Dkarsir: You no doubt are looking lor a
line from me. I left Shelby the day before yes-
terday and got here to-day, and you had better
believe I am damned near used up. I did not
sell msny goods, as tbis was not the object of
my tramp. 1 went by way of Liberty, a little
place aix miles from Shelby. Here we have
many true friends of the South ready to help us
if a safe plan can be found. Dvid Cahill,
Ejq , who lives near here, is Bob's old friend.
tie is a true blue. W. it. Uabill, Barber Kot-
inson, Andrew Dickson, and many others I
might name, live near here, who are trne
Southern men, and will help us with our plan
Mr. Sigler, at Amnplin, a place about nine
miles from Shelby, is another influential man
who is with us. '
Al Bucyrua I found things much better for
us than I expected. The proprietor of tbe
Western House is for ns, and be gave me much
useful information from him. 1 sot the names
of many wbo are against tbis damned abolition
war, and bere 1 found Judco Hall, wbo was
once a Congressman, as true as steel. I will
give you tbe names ot the most prominent men,
who can be relied upon to carry out the plan Of
tbe Confederacy, who lire at Bucyrus, or la tbe
neighborhood: Dr. C. Fulton, James Clements,
Jobn Kaler, Mr. Cllmer and Judge Saners. I
hare many names on my list, but these that I
bare named are influential men, and they will
belp.ns carry out our plan. You had better not
approach Judge Planter or Jackson, they are
not so reliable. They will probably go with us
if enr plan succeeds, as 1 feel it would If every
county in the State was as good for tbe South as
Craw lord. IdidnotdomucainKiobland coun
ty. Hoj are you getting along in Monroe and
Delaware? I'have telcoted a place to put tbe
arms. I think twoxamps Here some marks of
cypher are interlined can be organised in this
county. It will take Immense worn to go an
over tbe Northern States to carry out the plan.
I will make tbe damned Abolitionists reel that
there is a South to be feared. Will you please
send me tbe key, I either -lost mine or did not
take it when 1 left.
I am going to Wyandot and Seneca counties;
best write either to Carey or Tiffin. We must
not forget to go to the K. G. C. at Cynthiana
in July; by that time we can tell what la to be
done. . . . n . . ; :
Exouse this. letter. I bad to write it part
on mv kuee. . Be sure to write. We will
meet some time Boon, say either at Crestline
or Bucyrus.
. . .
i our ii. K, sr. d. y.,
A. T. WITHERS.
(Keep close
The pass [some marks in cipher]
Slogan.)
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I most give you a little hint. If I cannot get
the names of men when I go to a place, I ask
wbo tbe leading men In tbe xJemooratlo party
are,' and then 1 nntt them, and then talk
our instructions direct, and I find out in that
way, if 1 dare trust to ten my objects. I tell
tbem my object is to keep tbe Democratic party
up
On motion of Mr. Castle, the witnesses were
sent from the room and called in separately,
Tbe following testimony was ottered j , : i
A. II. Helper Live in Green county, Ohio;
know the defendant, Mr. Court: I was in Brans-
wick, tbe township where I reside, and Court
aeked me, abont the middle of July, if I did
not want to join their order of Knights oi the
Golden Cirole; 1 asked mm what it amonnted
to. He said it waa merely to strengthen the
Uemoeratio party; to prevent volunteering and
drafting; be did not say bow it wonld strength
en tbe party; 1 told him i didn't want to join
tbe order: tnis was an tne conversation.
Cross-examined. 1 live within a mile and
balf of Burwell; the conversation took plaoe
tbe village or nurwen; mere is a store and
blacksmith's shop, etc,, there; the conversation
took place on Sabbath evening, about tbe mid
dle o J..I,, aA.,-i. ta wm on Sunday I went
over to Burwell to stay over nigiit, m Oiuw
get over to a farm 1 bave near, to out some
wheat; Mr. Conrt lived then, and now, in Pleas
ant townBblD, a mile and a half Irom Burwell
don t positively remember talking with
other man except Court; I think I may have
Booken to Mr. John Duncan, end to John Hrlnk
er am not snre; I can't tell whether il was be
fore or after I saw Court; I don't remember
whether I went right over to mv mother-in.
law's or not. after talking! there were some few
persons standing away .from us at the time;
was passing along tbe street when I saw Court;
Idont know which commenced the conversa
tion ooened: all I remember is his proposal
me to join "nis oraer or our oraer. . ue oanea
it the Knights of the Golden Circle.!. Ho said
It waa to atrensthea the Democratic party
to prevent enlisting, and that it was an unjust
war. I never had any conversation concerning
tbis order with him before, lie did not say
be belonged to the organisation, or that
other person did. All the conversation, was
have Btated. He didn't say be wished to hinder
ma or others from voluuteerlna or standing
draft, but the idea I got was. that ,1 wasn't
volunteer or stand draft. I do not pretend
repeat the exaot words. ; tie did not explain
how it wis to strengthen the party. He
nothing of the origin of the society, or who
it up, or where mere was a lodge, i went
nighl to my mother in-law's; staid all night,
and next day and night, and went borne the fol
lowing day. I am a farmer by occupation.
I remember rightly 11 was Thomas Walker
whom I spoke ef the conversation, probably
week after U took place. He was the first
spoke with about It." I do not remember Speak
ing of U to anybody else. I.tblnk I Spoke
him more than onee en the subject, The ques
tion wa also aeked (t lb Marlon whether
I had been solicited to Join the order t 1
the tonYWjatloa also to this- man,
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to
and
that
any
think. . I don't know whoihe man was.' ' I have
repeated tbe conversation perhaps onee or twice
more, X,oan't name any other with whom I
bate talked in Marion. I remember talking to
Capt. Peters once. He Uvea In Marlon. Tha,
conversation was held at my bouse. '. ' . ,
Aireui examination resumed Mr. "Court
married my cousin. . i. ...
James Pletcher. I rulH in n.Mnftamn
townehin. Marion count.. I h. ii..a ih.
since last spring. Fred. Court spoke to me In
juir or August, at Km wick, one .Saturday.- He
took me one side and said he wanted to apeak te
a. wb ciose to a itore. .. 1 don't remember
wneiner i was alone. We went idown to. the
mill yard. It was about thr fan aViiivik-
In the afternoon. We weal to the mill yard,
he going ahead. It was rather a secluded
place. We could not De Seen from tbe store.
He commenced talkinc after we mttharn: Ha
said bo bad a paper be wished ate to sign. . He
1 told bin
knAw what
it was. I can't road. He said tt was to keep
from mobbing, from volunteering and drafting.
He explained this without reading. He said
also aomeibiog about an oath or oblieatinn.
which he read to me. He swore me and put
my name to the ptper. . .
i Tbe District Attorney then read the first ob
ligation of the published oatb of Knights of tbe
Golden Circle, to the witness, whd thought it
was the same as had been read by Fletcher, not
being able to point out any difference. Tbe
secoud obligation being read, tbe witneta also
said be could not aee any difference In this
either --.. .
I consented that be should put my same lo
tbe oatb; tbe signs were then explained lo me
(witness illustrated tbe signs used to ascertain
member); be said he bad something to show
me when be saw me acaini I lnarnad he BiMuia
oi mem, some otier -members of the order.
nir. tuurt introduced Mr. Uuiran hi naaa a
higher brother; I was acquainted with Mr. Du
gau before; bad known him a year and a balf
paruaps; a met aootnor whom Air. Porter told
me belonged to the order. i 7
Cross Examined. I work by tbe month on
farms. I am a housekeeper; own a farm; live
4 or 5 miles from Court's residence. I live
about two miles from the mill yard. Tbe con
versation took place this summer. Squire Yeo
keeps the store. I came out of the store and
saw Court standing in the road, alone. He
spoko to meand said, "Come out I bave some
thing to say ta you." When I got out, he said,
"oouie on," sad we went down to the mill yard
and sat on some saw-logs. There wss no force
about the mill. Tbe first thing Court said
when we bad sat down, was tbat he had some
thing be wanted me '.0 join. He had a piece of
paper. lie did not give me the paper. I can't
tell whother it was written or printed, having
seen only the back. I did not see my name
signed. I did not ask any Questions about it.
tie explained it to me, and said he wanted me
to joiu the Knights of the Golden Circle. About
tbe paper, be said it was to prevent volunteer
ing, araitiog, and to keep down all mobs, lie
wrote my name on that piece of paper with a
pencil, tie nan two papers; both were written.
When he asked me to sign, I asked him to ex
plain tbe paper. Hare never spoken to any one
01 tne conversation until 1 filed tbe affidavit
He explained what tbe Society was. After I
told him to cut mv name down, be wrote some
thing on the first paper. Tbe contents of tbis
paper are what was read by the Distriot Attor
ney. Tbe first man wbo came to me te ask if
1 knew anything about the Order, was Mr
Wm. Fish. . He asked ma if I had mv name to
the Knights of tbe Golden Cirole. No one else
ever spoke to me about It, until I made the
allidarit. Coutt administered an oath to me.
Judge Bowen wrote my affidavit- 1 repeated
tbe oaths to Judge Boweo, and he wrote them
down. I went down to Berwick on that dav to
boy aome things at the store. It was on Satur
day, I made tbe affidavit a week ago Monday.
1 went to Marlon in the morning. Mr. Martin
and Mr. Peters came for me. I was in bed
when they came. Tbey said tbey wanted to get
me out ot the Golden Circle, but did not tell
me in what manner.
Direct examination resumed. List Friday I
went over to mv lather's to cut soma corn, and
about 10 o'clock three men came to me and
wanted me tj go into tbe woods with them.
They eaid Court was supposed to be lost, hav
ing been gone since tbe Wednesday previous,
and that I bad better go out and help bunt for
nun. 1 reiueed to go, as 1 waa busy at work.
Cross-examination returned. Tbe names of
tbe men were Thomas Jones. JeD Pickand and
Juhn Abbott. I know them when I see them.
They live iu Greencamp township. Mr. Jjnes
is forty-five or fifty years old. Mr. Pickand is
a young man, and Mr. Abbott Is about thirty.
Mr. Court, wbo was missiag, is an uncle of the
deleudaot. Some men, it Is said, went to his
nouee lor mm, and be ran off.
Some people say Court is crasy.
Wm. Bradehaw sworn.. I live in Greenoamp
township, Marion county. . I know of no order
called xuiigbis ot tbe Golden Circle. Tbere is
an order, but we do not call it that name. 1
got a paper from Jacob Honiker. I tbink the
one shown is the one. He read it over to me
and told me to take it. He didn't aay why be
gave it to me. He aeked me if I belonged to
the order, and I said no. While I bad tbe pa
per I showed il to two persons and read it to
tbem. I don't know whether they oousidered
tbat this mado tbem members or not. I kept
the paper about two weeks and then gave it
back to Honiker. I received it again about
three weeks after that. 1 got it last, a week
ago last Thursday evening, aud gave It to Dtok-
ersoo. Honiker gave me gripe and signs by
which 1 might know bow te distinguish a broth
er. . Tbe first method of proceeding was to ask
the person If he was Cut last night. If he Said
yes, to ask him what he saw. He should an.
awer the North Star. I then waa to ask which
way it waa traveling, and be would reply, "to
ward Bethlebam," Also the bat must be rais
ed three times with the right band. I told the
men to whom I read the paper what tho signs
were. ,v' j- ''
.Cross examined. The answer to tbe sign
with tbe bat, was, to raise the hat with the leit
band, Honiker cave ne name to the society,
He said tbat tba Democrats constituted It, and
its object was to prevent mob violence. He
didn't allude to any particular threats of mob
violence, but said tbere bad been tnreats. rion.
iker did not say where he got lbs taper.
lie asked me if I belonged to tbe order, and
when I said no, be said be would leave tbe pa.
per wiu, wo ,, iittn, 1 never
saw any by-laws, or beard ot any meetings or
anything of tbe kind. What I understood was
that the Democrat! bad organised the society.
I took no oath nor signed my name. I did not
bear ql or see any books or papers,. nor board
oi any officers or other members.. I do not
know of any list of members or record of pro.
oeedlngs in existence. I never beard of any
other object or pupose of the organisation than
tbe suppression of mob vlolenoe. t.
, Direct examination resumed. . The object
had In going was to proteot persons from mob
violence. I was willing to go with the order,
but did not suppose it had any other object than
wbat waa explained by tbe paper, .
s To the Coutt. I do not tbink I ever gave the
signs to any individuals to ascertiin whether
they were members or not.
. At this stage of the proceedings, the Court
adjourned until nine o'clock next morning. '
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said
got
' HT The treaty with the King of Lagos for the
cession ef tbe Isle and port of Lagos to Great
Britain, is officially announced. Tbis port
Laroa is one of the most valuable upon the Af
rican coast, its business amounting to upwards
of ten millions ot aouars annually, it it a rich
acquisition for the British Government
If
to
' Brigadier General Pieree, who' gained such
nnenviable notoriety at Big Bethel, baa enlist
ed, and Is new serving as a private in Fletcher
Webster s regiment. -. ui
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I
TAAWtlY UKF.X" all.KW, .
iJ. a'xIASOY DRtSSS BILKS, "; I
,.'., FANCY DRBSS SILKS.
Wt Are now offering oar Imssene slock of fancy Dress
Bute at prieea leoe tha ever eeron etrarea la this city.
tbaatteaifcsa at the kutla of Uila eUy aad vtetolty
soitettecu aa oar sleek to easy sestet ana emaplete la
raaeeot goods la this Use, - ; raiaa BAIN
- , - Mm.
He. U South High street.
avmi
JAllDWABESTOBB!
"' '' -I "V' fj, SO. M i ; tt a.'i ,.
i '" ,' ' JUST RECEIVED' BY ,0
, ' ' " . Ii-- l-'lie
,
One el the Largest Ml Best fcleeted Asa 1' '
I ,1, '. .1 tvi-iy v t.'i ...i,tl ,
4 l.j.
"'.: iter orFERED xtf Titi-'irjitfit :q '
j t .... 4. .... ii SMlitiita
I ' ; -i .i ') i i ou.. n'va. 1 ei;d
flonse Builders' Fartiishins
i j ;ii.J4 t.;i .. ,v4 ,4; ,iu. i ,t v.i ,t
L..." vr avattx;BXXl a tUAiair -t ,-,.
' IrencUeVAmerliarf M-fV;;'
I ! ''' - -a ' ?..!- ,' iM4im a
window t GrltKiaa I i
faints g ho (tan in on.,'
J Lvt-t";
1 . t - r t 1 i
tad pnt ap In half pound oana fog family 1
1 ....... jolt), -1
! . . - -. PalnUlnbulk.-ft, ,
e', and Dry '
1 1
brushes of every variety & quality,
il
1
" - , . r 4 Splendid Assortment of ,,
MACHINIST15 TOOLS,"
CARKIAGE MATERIADS. .
j . AIES GRINDSTONES, e. ' . 1 ,
GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, o- 1
,. ; FISHING TACKLE' 7.
, . . - ROPE k CORDAGE
; LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER. " '
BELTING.
VV EDGES, MAULS, PUMPS, , ,
' AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,-
l , ' ,
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SCYTHES, etc.,
. SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
1 especially invite the attention of all Interested to my
sl k of Pocket and Table Cutlery, and
BlIiVEK PLATED FOB KM, ,
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Kjiives, e&c, .
of ROGIRRa A BRO'B. Manufacture, warranted to be
extraheavy, Electro-Plated, on genuine A lbatta. ,.
Country Uerchacta, Mechanics, and others, an invited
10 tall and examine my Block, aa I aa prepared to sell
Wholesale and Retail. WBI. A. GlLIi.
Oolumbua, Ohio, May 8, I860.'- - " 1 '
EXTHAOnPIWARV BAHCAtlVS ,
BATtsr&soisri
KO. 29 SOUTH HIGH HaUXI, .
A HE NOW OF Is Mil IN a
1,000 yards Super Plata Black Bilks at tl 00 value
1 S3 per yard. .,
8,500 yards Tnvellsg Drees and Mantle Geoda ' '
12 18 cents valas 80 cents par yard.
3,000 yards White BrUllantes at ItH cents .
value SO cents perjard.
3,OCOyarda Pine and DomeaUe Ginghams greatly nn
der value. '.
-ALSO:-
LAROE AND DESIRABLE LOTS OP
MOZAMBIQUE! BAIZORIHKS, ;
CBAIXI8, VOITLABO IIIKJ, -t, -.U
' EHOUSH BAREGES, LAVELLAS,
LAVBS, CALICOES, POPLINS,
AND ALL OTHER , '
New axid !Fa hi unable XreM Good.
In the most desirable styles and at very loir era prion. .
Of all materials, made In the mostityllsa manner aflei
the lateat Paris Fsahlona tne most elegant styles -
theeity. - ' ' -
( -, , ISAIIV BV.l,
may 90 No. SS South High street
G ft E A T CUBE .
i DR. LEL AND'S . V
ANTIRHEUMATIC B AND J ' .
13 THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR .
Eheamttim, Gout and Neuralgia,
j AND A STJRB CUBE FOR '
All . Mercurial Diseases. ".
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of
It la a eonveniently arranged Band, containing a med-
Icatad eoaioound. to be worn a round the Waist, without .
Injury to tbe most delicate persons; no change in habits ' ' '
ot. living is required, ana tl entirely remove ira aie- ni
mm from the system, without nroducloc the Injurious
effects arising from the oat ef pewerf al In to real aaedl-' t -clues,
whloh weaken and deatroy tha oonatituUan, and .
give temporary nner only. y una ireaonenv me mea
kloel properties oontained ta the Band eoeae tn eontaot ,
with the blood and reach the disease, through thepores
of UiS skin, effecting In every Instance a perfect enn,
and vectoring the parts' afflicted to a healthy condition.
This Band Is also a mostpowwrful Aan-Meacv auL agent,
and will enUnly nltevt the eyatem frees Uwpermoto
effects of Meroury. Moderata casaa are eared In a few
daya, and w an constantly receiving UattmontalsotlU . I
efilcaey in aggnvated oaaee of long standing.
rahW ,00. to be Sad or Dtaggiiu geoerainr, ar en -be
seat by mail or exprese. with full direatlooa for nsa. , ,..,(
to any part of the country direct from tbe Priaoipa!
Offloe, V: c't ' '"': :
Bo. 400 BROADWAY, Bsw Ysrk.-,, ..
. G. SMITH de CO., OU. PMprlntora... -,a.it
N. S.Desorlptive Circulars Sent Free. , j .
A. J. BOHTJELLER A BOH, DrCmnt, iaxST, Ko. ' '
S!77 B. High St., bet. Friend and Mownd, Oolumbua, 0.
TO" Ag-essta Waattad Everrwmare. v"
mhSS-lyisorlstp.d Aw i i. .: - '-cO ' ,.vn'.".
BAiw & son; v;
So. 29 Sooth High StreeV Colrimbuv
: Ml VrMi-J l.-a f
A
re wow OftBRnra
S00O yards IiavaUa
i DiKosnU.
tress Goods ail 9X, value "-
9S00 yarda T reveling Dress Goods at 19 Vf. Vame 10 eta.
StMW yarda English Beaagee at MX, value SS eents. ai .'
iwuyards rranoh Organdies at Upvalue osnta ,
SKxio van's Feat Oolored Lawns at 10, value 1J oenta. ' - '
1000 yanls Poulard Drees Btlkaal 97 Hi vahatto eenta.
iio yards super Plain Black Silk al 1 0, value flea. ,
Robes of Organdie Berage, and Eugliah Berage, al on.
nau wtirvan. v
Ir3-V' ;
i i ' ' i ' I i
? BAIlf A SOof. .
t South High Street.
I ,
,i Trisri ; Tjnfin Goorla. ':nf
WARRANTED rASIKIO " tua :a..y. I '
Llnea Shirt Boeows Flake aad Peaey , . . , ,,, , , .-.
, i - SbirtlDgaod Boeeen Lmene. " 1 t '
. . ., Linen Bhlage and Pillow Casings. f.i' g i !
Linen Cambrics and Long Lawns. ,
- Linen IHMket Jiaada.rfs, 4I ewa. " i
y lilaeaTswIllagsiad respire
. .. llnea Hapkiaeand D'Oyllea. .
' Ltnen Table OloUia and Satla Damaaka. J ,V .
Llnea Towels Wit eoleraa kenters. k '"
., llnea Stair OomUinaa4 CnuA. - -U .
'ftw iWrtsllt.rtaw.iVi.. ', . v. -
febtt'
vinu en
"O.tS Soa.h Dish street.
a
all
1f
.4. 4t -H-4t Vrtalte aad Heel ;
, smi et ; e -
.Uhlte pijeokad ea(eiiorei!ty. F earn by-, re
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