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VOL. VIII. NO 114; :NEW::,SERIES.
: COLUMBUSi.
OHIO; TUESDAY .MORNING; OCT.-22i"
1861;
.1
IX DOLLARS TUt TUB,
uTanabijia Adraacf.r
D ULY. TRI-WEltLY A2JD
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBLISH) B8 ARB FROPBIXTOBS.
!U Office Mot. 88, 81 MA 40, HortB High It
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All mitlcea required to be pnbllihed by law, legal rate.
I ' ordered on the Inside exclusively after the Bret week
per roni more than the above ratea; bat ell enok wil
e,in.-r In the Trl-Weekty wlthont charge. . .......
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el In, 8'-' 50 per line; outside f. .
NoMces ofWcllugs.charl tables ocle lies, Irs eoupeatee,
kc, half price. - ! 1
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Weekly, nm -priee ae the DalUr atheie abe a4Tertlaet.
j.HIic Weekly alonei Where 'tie Daily aad Weekly
are hnth tided, then the charge Iff the Weekly, will be
th mleeof the Ually , .' .
No adrertlieuieut taken except for a definite period,!-.
BUSINESS CARDS.
F. A. B. 8IMKIH8, '
Attorney vt XjO."W
AND NOTARY PUBLIC. -i- -
llfine Aiuboi Bulldlnit, oppoelle Oepitel tqoue.' ' , ;
COLTJMBD8, OHIO;
a. osxionisriu,
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
MARION, OHIO.
Wacliine Manufacturing Company,
i) a o o o o e i u o.ii j v o a ,
MaNuracTOMU aw. .... ,.
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS.
Caetlnje, Mlll Oetrlng, Meenlnery.
ALIO
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1861. 1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
li.ISxx
RAILROAD.
Connecting at Crestline with the PITTSBURGH, fT
WAYNK k. CDI0AOO EAILBOAD
For Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Mainmort. Alto
for Fort Waynt and Chicago.
Connecting at Cleveland with the LAKB BIIORI BAIL
ROAD For Dnnlilrk, Bnffalo, Albany, Be
len, and New Xork
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
KXCEPT BUNDAT, - '
From Colamtne, In connection with Trains on the
l.rnXK MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XUN1A UAILROAUS.
FIRST TBAIS. , ., , , ..
NIGHT EXPRE38. Leaves Columbus at 3.40 A.M j
will Irare passengers at all stations aoneh of Oallun,
stop at Delaeare, Ashley, Oardlngton and Ollead, and
at allstationa north of Gallon, arriving at Cleveland
at0:0u A. U., Dunkirk 3:00 P. M., Buffalo 4:94 P. M.
Albany S .20 A. M., New York 8:35 A. at.. Boston 9:30
P. M , Pltuburgh via Crestline S:S0 P. H , Phlladeh
his 5: 10 A.M. Chicago vie Crestline at 7l)0 P. M.
BI00ND TRAIN.
MW T0BK IXPRB85 Leaves Oolumhue at 11: 1U
a. m. Will slop at Lewis Centra, (for White Sulphur
Springs), Delaware, Uardlngten, Uallon. Crestline, ahel'
by. New London, Wellington and Grafton, arrive at
Cleveland at 3:33 p. sa.l Dunkirk. 8:SO D. m.l Buf
falo. I0:l!5 p. m : Albany, 8:45 a. m.i New Yoik, 1:45
p.m.; Ikstoo, 4:40 p. at. This Train eonneetaat SLel-
ey for Bandu.ky, and at OJafton for Toledo, arriving at
Toirue ai omu p. m.
THIRD TRAIN.
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Learea Columbus
at V.30 p. m. Will stop at all stations South of
Shelby, and at New London, Wellington, draftee,
and Berea; arriving at Cleveland at r:30 p. m. Dun
klik, 8:00a. .; Buffalo, 3:S0a m.j Albany, 9iM p.m.
NewYoik, 7:20 p. Boston, 11:44 p. as. Plttsbargb
via Crettllne, at 11:43 p. m.: Philadelphia. 1:W a. m.
Chicago, via Crettllne, 0:4J a. m. This Train connects
at thelby for Sandusky and Toledo, errlrlog at Toledo
at a:oa p. ro. , -j ,
Patent 81eepingr Can are ran on all
Night Trains to Chicago, Sew
. York and Boston.
Baggngt Ohteked Through to Xt Tori dnd Botton
via wtrtianaj auo, w t-Auaaupnta ana
Stv XorkviaOrttUtn. , .
RETURNING.
Nlihtlmrets arrives atColembua at. ..11.15 P. M
CUicinnall txprets arrlree at Oolumbat at 10: W A. M.
Accommodation Bxprese arrives at CcUmbus at 7
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Alk for TUheUmia CrtHUnetr ClneUni.
B.B.FLINT,
J" Superintendent, Olevelane), Ohio. .
iAMKB rAIXBKBUH, Agent,
. Colombus, Ohio
Colnmbui, June 17, leoi. -:' .'.: -
A A II F. CII OUEEIf an BLACK
1UUTKA8 100 begs prime Ble Ooaee.
.... . I . . I J TM.t. lM.M.nM., 1... CaSm
t A tan eWvasn Coffee. ' -J
8 OO bbls. standard WblU Sagars, eeasletlng of Peiri
dred, Obrushed, Granulated A ana a oohm,
SO quintals George Bank Oodflth. ,
alObbl. Mete and No. 1 Mackerel.-'- '- -ft
tee. Pick Salmon- i . ,,.!. j' O
1 00 bx . Layer Baialnt.
ftO hf. box do do . .
lOOqr.box do de lt ' '
100 U Cigars, different brands ead evades,
novlfl . . WM. at DONALD.
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w bo. lonrn HIOH SIBBBT." f ae
it 1... xtn4 a aW Inake ef ' BTOp; SUlITB
Salahed la t mao&ef tar fuperloif te any yetUodupe
'DURABILITY' ANiiORACEroif ESS.
f1l ll.',V
WOROESTER'S 1
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY. :
' anaae ( f, t
The latestThe largest Tie , Beit,
i The Cheapest Beoause the Best.
.,: , . i; i ... mmiim'.i:.r i.ll ' !
"The Moat IteUavbJU Mandard; A
therlty f the Englleb l.ang-unge,"
ilim Bundrtd Eminent Educator! of Ohio,
"THK BXST INQLI8H DI0TIOKABT JXTANT."
! ' :,.,,. ,,..afit Mt XewryitMwi.
"Heie are upwards of Hundred .Thousand Words,
whose mulUfarioos meenlnge and derivations, torether
with their correct spelling, and pronunciation are clearly
before the eye.' I. . .' .; -
, ,-.,. Cincinnati Ommercial. u
. f ) II - ' - .... x
Stad tht DecUiont of tho Htmbtrt of tht OMo Btatt
i . jtacntrt Auooianon. r(
the undersigned, members of the Ohio Biate Teachers'
Aseoolatlon, adopt and elm .to use in teaching, writing
end speak ine, the orthography end pronunciation of
Worcester's llovel Quarto Dictionary, and we most eo
dlally recommend It as the most reliable standard au
thority of the Bnglish language, as It ie now written end
Spoken. i,-..,f
1 Lome Ardkiwi, President Kenyon College. . .
M. D. Laoerrr, Buperlntendeat Zanesrtlle Scheols
Thos. W. H.arrr, gup't Maul Ion Union Schools.
M . 1. Oowdbst, Bup't Public Behonls, Basdusky.
" Jon Ltkch. Bnn't Publlo Schools. Oirolevllle.
B.N. Binroap, Principal OleTcland Female Semina
ry. ...... 1
TfM. MrreanLL. Rnn't Pnhlli- Brhnnl.. Mt. Union.. .
mlm. Qnr rrlnaspgl llel Sormsi School) Uiaee-
wvm
Otedi NiSOK, Principal Fourth Intermediate School)
viDcinnati. i
U.S. Martir, Bnp't Canton Union Bchools.
Bowie Hasan, Principal MeNeely Normal Bohool. i
Xu T. TArrm, Prof. Mathematics, Ohio University.
Wat. W. BowaeDS, Bup't Troy Union School.
A. O. BoriiHS. Prlnolpal Wasti High School, Oleve
land.
8. A. NokTOK, Associate Prlneipel High School, Olere-
lena. . -
- InaoDOM Btuudo, Prlnelpai nigh School, Oleve
lend.
B. w
, HnHiiToa, Principal Cleveland Institute.
t. A.
UARrino, rrssKient oi sieouo institute, ni
Mm. ......
W. Jj. Hikkis.Frof. of Chemistry. Ohio Wesleyan
Unlveraltv. ...;! 1 ,
H. H. Baskst, Ix-Cemmlsslonar of Common Schools,
vnio. . ,
jAwae Momnw, rrof. Bhetorte, Oherlln College
Tau. Hiu PfMlrint Antliwh flMieee. -' '.
O. W. H. CaTHOamf, Prof. Mathetnatlce, Hlgb
School, Dayton. - ,
81 O. CabMSACsai. Prof. Lent nan.. Hlzb Seheol.
Day ton.
8, M. BiKiem, Bnp't Union Schools, Ashland,
Mart than Sim Bundrtd othtr Praidmtl of Coll
gttt Proftttori, AutKorl and Ditlingulthtd Educa
tor, Aavt tnaortta tnt aoovt ttnitmtm,
I
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN QUIO.
HAKinrVA OoLkeaa "It la tiraly e maimineent work,
an honor to the author, the publishers, and the whole
eounvy."iTexvlrnt Andrews.
Ome WanurrawUiiTvnsiTr.'It exceed! my expecta
tions. It will be sur tuide In orthoeranb andpronae-
elation, and will often be consulted by sn lot IK neat
and accurate definition." President Thompson.
W. B. Xcucrno Cotxneew "Heretofore we have weed
Webster' orthography. At a recent meeting of our
yaceltv.it waa decided to chant e it to conform to that
of Worcester's Royal Quarto Dictionary." President
Garfield.. , . , ., .
fkrmi llanvi ColLtoe. "I find It worthy of
oordial approbation." President ilitcboock
1 OtntLii Ootue. "It note than wieets ay expecta'
tlone. I reooaimend it' ae the standard authority k
orthoepy te my children and my pupils.
Morgan. - - ' '
Ahtbcsi OotLes. "I adopt and aba to nee In teach
ing, wnaog an speaking, ueonnegntpny ana pronun
ciaUenot Worcester's Moyel .(iaarto Dictionary.''
President Bill, 'H'- '
"In all an writlne. soeaklnw. and teaohler, I have en.
dears red to conform to tlie rulee for orthography and
pronunciation as contained In Worcester's Dictionary."
uoree nann, late rreaweni.
Kamroa oou.aaa. G.asint. ! most eordlally rtoom-
mond Itaa the moot sellable standard aatnorlt of the
Ingllsk hugoage ae it Is now written and jpoken."
Presldent Andrews. ' ' '
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF 6m6.
Prtm B. Anton SmvtA, Oomnittiontr of Ommoa
Tie THrtlnnar Is an Imnerlahshle monument t
to me
learning and Industry of Its author, end an honor to the
world of letters. The mechanical execution is tar aupe
rior to Out of any other Lexicon with which I em ac
quainted." , - , .
From Bon. B. B. Barney. S&aminuHontr oj
ticAooU in onto.
"The most sellable standard authority ef the lan.
gunge." i- . . ... i ' i ; 1
I , WHAT TBI . -i,
Leading Newspaper of Ohio Say
Jrom tht CUntiand Eerald of March S3.
The Arthnrranhv of the WoTcester Dictionary le thai
nrf hw mnat. if not all. authors ol distinction in ints
country and Bngland, and eonforme to the general usage
: ordinary writere ana sneezers. 1
Whitim nrelndioaa ma have existed previously,
careful study of this volume will invariably be followed
bye wane appreciation of Us gnat merits, and a desire
to add it to lie well selected library, be it large of email,
I library In itself, and will remain an impcrisna-
ble renor of the learning of ueeosapilesv .
Jrom tht OneinnMOmmtrcialof AprttiO.r.
Here are upwards ot a hundred thousand words good,
bad and indifferent whose multifarious meanings ens)
derivations, together with their correot spelling end prov
nanelation, are set clearly before the eye. The work
unquestionably the greatest Thesaurus of English, Words
ever pabiuaea. , . i i. -.. l ,
JromihtOltvtiand PlainitaUr of Sept. V, 1860
Bvldtntly Wokcxem's BotaL Qoakto DiorioxanVM
not only th latt, buttfotm work, oftAtlami ws it
sued, and can by ne possibUlty euilsr by eomparlseb
eontroTersy. ; ".. t. ...r.i i.. ,: ' UA-ar ,:-
' ', rows tht TUtdo Blad of May 29 ';';
As te reowuncuTtoit, Wotctsrea is ths BTAXnaxa
followed by our best authors! In definitions be leaves
nothing te be desired, and In OxTHOammT U if sufflcient
to eey that Woacnrxa can ue aaieiy louowea. ,, .,
, .1 IN O HAITI BBAOCi
Pnbllehere, Bookseller ctBtatlorfere,
NO jlSl BUPKBIOR BT., CLBVBJ.AND. OHIO..
- TUB MUTUAL , BENEFIT
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DirUemdJonaary i,l86lt45PrCent.
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Balance, per eteieeaentJea. 1st, J860,;.?,4fl,5
inlMl fn. PMmluaM dut- ' -
log tne jeer toi w . a ,
Becelyed lor Interest during k . , 1
tne jrear tew
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Total recelola for I860. ...1977.067 74
Paid 0 lalras by Death(ttO,0S0 J 1
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Aarcd. 41,111 W
Paid Balariea, f ott',,. ,.;.. rjl.i.-M.'S
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ag, Taxes, , X- , ,.M .1. il
ehaaee. etc.... al.oSO 34 , ,. ,...:
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Paid Ooeulsslona to
Agents 81,J95 30
Paid Physl elans' fres- S Boa 75
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PatdAaeulUee.... 1,517 00,
i-rhi wiviuaiMw aur- Tf i i
tog the year 160,300 73 303,001 83 411,11711
i Not Beleaoe .Toaaaty las, 1W1
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eent. Interest.. ......... 1,970,864 17
tmi Astaie...... .......... xu.Kiij g7 rt
Loeee on Scrip &,W1 44. 1
Premiums, Motes and Cash, in
. eoaree o aran amiss wo. a. ,jh
OiJ.-l I '
TtBTS tj olleiee la force, Insuring.. M..Jh88638
J.43J pew policies have aeea snaea daring ne year.
" -anr Wsanful ealoulatlea ef the present value of
eulsttndlng PoUeleeeaJ Ihs Oosapaay. end having
asoessiiry amount In reserve therefor, the Directors
hewedeeiarede Pivtpasntef 43 per sent, en Uaa
ma tld al tka table raise, te ell pelleted for life la
lesaed prior te January 1, KW0, payable eooordlng te
present rale ef the Company. i f -tuuahe
.1 1 kinAiaf Lite Oontlnaenelee. Prospeet.
SUtraenta. aad Applications. eei furnished
. . A .1, . .1 us tt iw.
nvB0B. P.PimBSOfreeHeit.
""'L. O. DROVER. Vice President.
jol-'efl
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trarth33,l6jaCOD
aoua,
rlfcAlN NI FIGURED ..BLACK
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Ayer sarsaDarilla
A comrjound remedy,
effectual Alterative that can be made.. It is
i . i i a . er. c . ;
concentrated extract of Para Sarsaparjllo,
combined with 'other substances ' of Btill
neater alterative Dower as to afford an effec
tive antidote for the' (Uncases Sarsapariiia ie
repuieu 10 cure. 11 a ueuevcu ui ui
rdmedv ia wanted bv those whoi auffur ' from
o. 1. . .) .... ...1. : ..v. . ; 1 1
acomrjligh their cure must crovo of immense
kfirvice to this larce class of our afflicted fellow-
citizens. ; How completely this compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
01 uie worse caeca w w auuu u. iue luuuivmg
'complaints : . j-j 1
JScilOFCLA AND ScROPulOVS COMPLAINTS,
Eruptions and Ervptivb Diseases, Ulcers,
Pimples, Blotombs.'Tomors, Salt Kiieuji,
Scald Head. Syphilis and bYPHiLiTio ap-
FtcTioNS, Mercurial Dxsbase, Dropsy, Neu
raloia ob Tio DouLOUitBux, Dbuility, Dys
PtFsiA and Indigestion, Erysipelas, Eosb
or Bt. Anthony s Firb, and inaeea tno vnoie
cUtSS bf complaints ajasintZLrWli IjipURITX OB
,,, TJrnnn . mi - ; o: L 4: I. t
iThis compound will B6rtund a great pro-
moter Of health, When taken In tho spring, to
expel the foul .humors which .fester in. the
blood at that season of the year, ltythetime-
1 expulsion Of them many Tanklirig disordftrs
are nipped in tlie Dua. MulUtuues can, pj
this nld of trilS Yrmriy, SpaTe themselves from
tlie endurance of foul eruptions -and ulcerous
sores; thtpugh which tha mtsm will strive to
rid ItseU Ot corruptions, U nor, nssisicuio uo
desimea to be the most
this tniOUgtl th natural ClUUineiS OI tno DOay
an Marf,T,a Tnerlloliin. Clfansri out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when yon find it is ob
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tall
you wlion.' Even where no particular disorder
1 r i 1 I 1.1. 1 1- .
18 iuh, people ciijuy ueiier iicuuu, unu ai.w
longer, for cleansing 'the .blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
pabulum of life disordered, thero can bo no
fasting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, ana tne great masninery ot
Jifa is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsapariiia has, and deserves much, tho
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly, because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but moro because many preparations,
SStlut
or nnv tliinz else,
During late years tlie public havo been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsapariiia for one dollar. Most
Of jtheso have been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilln, but often no curative properties whatev
er. Jlerrcc, Ditter nno painiui utsappomtmeni
cr.i aierrcc, Diner um psuuui uuujiijuuiuuvu.
has followed the use of tho various extracts
Sarsapariiia which flood tho market, until the
nnitie itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
wccalLtlus compound Sarsapariiia, nnd intend
tp Supply such a remedy as shall 'rescue the
namo trom the load of obloquy which rests
. a t . i .1 r .
believing it has virtues which oro irresistible
bv the ordinary run of the diseases it is intend
ed to cure. In order to secure their completo
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
the bottle. ' i
.t . :- -'.'-ntEPARBD BY
' DB. Jt C. AYEIt k CO.
i LOWELli,1 mass;:ci
Price, fl per Bottle tSlx Bottle tor $3.
flyer's Cherry Pectoral
his Won for itself such a renown for the Cure of
e.vcry variety of Throat 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 use
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure the people its quality ia kept up to the best
it ever has been, and. that it may be relied on to
do for their relief all it has ever been found to do.
(' . . . . .
h Ayer's ' Cathartic Pills,
- . . run xajs ur - -
Costivenets. Jaundice. Dusnensia. Indiaestion.
Dyteixttry, JToiU Stomach, Erysipelas, Headache,
Pilti, Rheumatism, Ertiptions and Skin Diseases,
Ii'tw Complaint, Drops;, Tetter, Tumors mill
Salt 'liheum, Worms, Gout, . Keuraluia,- as a
Dinner Pill, and for Pmifiitvftht Blood. ' , '
They are sugar-coated, so tlint thej most sensi
tive can tako them pleasantly, and they aro tlie
best aperient in the world for alf the purposes of a
family physic. 1 ,:
Price 25 cents per Sox ; Five boxes for $1.00.
,. OrsntnumbersofClergyirrcn, Physicians, States
men, ana eminent personages, nave tent tnnir
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but eur' space here wiU ttot permit tho
Insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish ptratie our American Almanac in which they
are given with also full descriptions of the alxtve
complaint, and the) treatment that should be ful-
towecuor their cure. . .
Do not bo put off by unprincipled dealers with
other , preparations they make mora profit on.
Demand AYBR'a, ana take no others, l no sick
want the beat aid there is for them, and they should
have it. ' . '.'.'.'"'..., ,
i AU Our remedies-are for salo by
I ROBERTS ok SAMUEL, Columbus.
And by Druggists sad Dealers everywhere, i,: ; .
nov:lid.lww
CAN AWiH & UHTTED STATES MAIL
'y-f STEAMERS
-.t.i-r t J 'f O AND Fit HI : i
LONDONDERRY : GLASGOW,'
""Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
The Montreal Ocean Steaaashlp Ceenpwny's Srst-clase
rii.Mnd oivds-hulit Steamers sail orery Nat.
etrsfar from PORTLAND, carrying the Canadian and
United Btatee Mall ana passengers,
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A SCOUT'S ADVENTURE.
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We bad' reached the entranoa of a imrrn
pais which led through, gome rugged bills.. Our
party tras but small, but its meinbere were) de
termined meo,'uooe of whom were novioes ia
BCaues of danger. . We marched in silaoce, thai
was broken ouly by ths murmured whispers of
ths men, the cries and fluttering ot birds, or the
quick plunge of some small ealmul through the
thick loliage, which, from the very edge of tbe
pni.il we were pursuing, fpreaa amid lofty trees
tbiuly scattered on tbe hills. '
Day was near Its closf. We vera distant
stme miles from tbe oamp. ' Tbe eoemy might1
be iu possession of the defile in overwhelming
ouuberv. It was determined tbat we should
keep in cow pic t order uutll we bed got well
bejotid the eutmuoe of the pass, when, as it be
oame mure obstructed or tortuous, we should,
taking advaiii.gii of every bueh, rock or ic-
qtiiiliiy, a,dvabcd emgly, ready for the foe and
eokleis of bis uumbeiy.
1 o foliiiie btoauie thicker as we advanced.
aud eveniiii fell. On our right was a dense
thicket, wbioh we reichid after bavins: lost
s'gbt of ths entrance to the defile ia onr rear.
Tula thicket reached from the foot of tbeeoree
to its summit. Kich step became firmer, but
more cautious. There was do whUoerini' now.
and every breath was guarded - We were fur
Id tbe glen on one side gray rocks, lofty trees,
flowering plants and creepers In wild confusion
spreading over tbe abrupt sides of dark fantas
tic nuts, brokeu at intervals by huge chasms
that gleamed wildly in the rays of the docliu
ing sun on tbe other side the impenetrable
thicket was burled iu gloom.
etui steadily and ttsalthily advanoing, each
man, with bis rifle grasped easily Iu hie band,
glancing quickly to the right aud loft, with un
wearied energy orept along the glen. A whis
tle, quick and clear, eent Its wild sound thril
ling through every heart and ear. - Tbere was
sudden bait In our little Iroop. All was
breathless suspense. Tbat wss no bird's cry.
IN 0 throat but a human one ever gave out a
note so threatening. "What was it?" pissed
in a still,' rapid wbUper among us. "Guerrillas!"
"Hush!" We listened long and breathlessly,
and warily peered on every side. Nut a man of
us visible but to bis fellows. Crouched, with
our very hearts beating 00 the earth, eovered
by the Iriendly busb, we lay for manv minutes
in tbe hope of bearing tbe whistle repeated.
ah was as still as though tbe spot bad never
kuown its wild eoliiude broken by tbe foot of
man, or disturbed by bis passions, bis schemes
or his ambition.
Still we listened, bat Id vain. No further
sound w heard. Why was there no other
signal" Was it some solittry wanderer, who
sent tbat thrill ery forth through tbe stillness
(in mere wantonuess; and with no other motive
than tbat of breaking Its monotoni. Not eo.
Thfte was a significance iu that sound that
breathed war and dt fiance M plainly as if it bad
come from the blast of a trumpet. "Up and
moving men!" came, in low tones, from the
lips ot the sergeant in command. "Let 'em try
it again "
Oar march was resumed as before: but we
slept more stealthily, listened with painful at
tention, and glared on every side with tbe in
tensity et blood bonuda. Tbe defile took an
acute turn to ibe right, and on the left was a
naked space, extending for some yards, devoid
of all' verdure, bnt tbe gray moss clinging
round tie gray rocks.
we began, hastily, (0 cross ibis uncovered
space, when tbere was a report of many pieces,
whilst red flashes from rocks and bashes la the
front gleamed savagely and suddenly upon ns.
For a moment we were staggered. ' Then with
a shout we rur-hed lorward to noearih tbe am
bushed foe. Again tbe fire was repeated, with
the muiiles of tbeir rifles within a few feet
our faces- I gased rouud for an instant, after
discharging my piece at one fellow, and witb
my bajonet transfixing suotber to the soft
sandy rock, against which be fell, aid pereeiv
ed none of my party by my side.' Bui the thick
smoke and rapidly falling darkness that now
ruled, In conjunction wun yells, shots and
groans, the eurronndiog glen, mado all invisi
ble beyond ibe length ot tbe arm. '
At tbat inslant 1 felt a sudden pang; dizsi-
neee, a blackness, like death, came overt
clutched wildly et tbe sulphure os air, reeled
and fell. i.-v n -
When I recovered my senses, I discovered
that I was lying on my side, bleeding slightly
from a flesh wound in the thigh.- I bad bled
profusely, before recovering, for I was saturated
in balf-congealed gore. : Raising myself oo my
elbow, I looked around for my oomradee. The
moon; was shining with all the sottneef of her
beauty ou the spot. ,1 counted five bodies lyin
tibia aoompass or almost ae many yards.
endeavored to discover tbeir uniforms, bat conld
not at that distance.. I arose slowly, and, with
much difficulty, reaobsd tbe . neareai. He waa
dead, with a blue bole In the center of bis fore-
bead, through which tbe bullet baa passed, end
tbe Diooa sun siowiy oozed- 1 crawled to. tbe
next one; he, too, was past all earthly aid.
on to tbe third, fourth and fifth. The ballet
bad done Its fall work 00 all. Tbeeehad been.
few boors before, my comrades,
destruction upon toes, and cat
tbat met them. I was the six
D&rty.
But where was tne enemy, or what bad been
the enemy t I heard no sound, and the moon
light falling directly upon tbe dead men.
gray, weird-like rocks, produoed an effect tbat
was sickening ana nornnie. 1 remembered
man I bad slaib. I searched fur his body,
it was gone. ' 1 searched for others of tbe eue
my, but all had disappeared. There were
dead left oo that battle k round bat the five fal
len scouti. Yet, tbat others bad per inhed thtxe.
was obvious from the blood lying In little pools
among tbe rocks, behind wblca Ibe ambushed
smuuK tue rucas, ueuiuu vuiva iuo soiuuBueu
foe bad lurked and poured epon us bis deadly
fire '
My wound began
to bleed afresh, which
broaght a falntness upon me, and I sank to
eartb. ; A burning thirst waa consuming
and 1 groaned in agony.
After a little wbile 1 made another effort
rise, but failed; and then falling btck.aaoalm.
ly as possible, I yielded to my late. 1 thought
of past days, when, In early youth, do cry
blood bad yst awakened tbat inherent feroolty
tbat lurks unseen in the heart 01 man, until
fearful scent rouses It ss It does tbe blood-
bounds, and It eprings forth with a swiftness
that appals and a strength tbat desolates.
, eager tO deal
l!nahdlasoVtbt
inandUatof
A CAPTURE.
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My reverie was broksn by tbe sound
voices. ' Then oame that of approaching foot'
steps. " As It drew nearer a new life seemed
oulver through my veins, like the fresh gush,
a virgin spring, me most 'savage toe,
alinm tha tnrtura of a oantlve were err uneD
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proaohable delight, advancing Upon me
tne menaces or oemoniao, wouia at tnat
ment have been welcome as an -angel of
In comparison to the looelloees the otter woe
that dismal glen, and its oioooy ana anburied
dead.-. ; . , .-, - ;i . 1 -
Iu a lew momenta a dox?n armed men
oo tbe spot, leaning on their riflee and gaging
round oa the dead Home stooped and
iued the bodies with, oerclees eerotluyt
merely stirred then with the, foot, er turned
tbem over witb the moulee of their guns,
the brutal indifference bloodshed engenders
the heart-., i . ..' 1-1 ' "
v "They're dead.i Let them roti"- said
who appeared te beta leader of the part
"Not all dead." I replied. . , o . ,
Had a voloc aetaally issued from -tbe
as mine, undoubtedly seemed to do,' Ite-etTset
would pot have bee naaU mora startling
EaoB nsn, for an Insiaat, seesssd ehaeged
a etatne. .. Then tkt vbele creep made a einmS
kanAnna Mnvamsht inward tea..,. ..' 1' .cvv
1 (rThat'B th tellow; thai baieeelled IkB,
fcUliwl nna of thai. cekia hie revolver
eiAllsred one 91 ISen.cecaiag '" '''HT"
Ihrostlna- th massl between my teeth.
' . Ia another Instant I should bar been la
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would-be destroyer's arm bv one or hie- mm.
rodes, who calmly, remarked: "If he's got
through tbe rooglj work be bad awhile ago,
we'll not kill the poor devil now," Withe
muttered curse the ruffian replaced bis weapon
iu bis belt and withdrew." "Where are you
hurt7" inquired he whose Interference bad Just
saved me; "can't yon get npj" 1 told bin I
had been shot iu ibe bip, and was dying of
thlret.; Hen be called a member of tbe party
to him, and taking from bie hand a eanteeo,
poured some of lis contenU brandy and water
down my throat. My wound bad entirely
stopped bleeding, but my whole side was stiff
and painful.- With maoh difficulty I ruse to my
feet, and by tbe aid of two of my captors, for
snob they were, mausgid to move along with
the rest of the band, through what appeared a
cleft in the mountain, pursuing a new path to
tbat I had hitherto traversed In tbe company el
those who bad hithcrt f ,llen, and whom I was
now leaving behind me fcrtver.
For some time we followed this road, run
ning at the base of two declivities almost per
pendicular, wbuee dizxy summits I eould not
scan, and wboae rugged sides, of gray, at inter
vals, were ebtulog coldly beneaib some stray
gleam ot moonlight, that, even In that cavern
ous pass, found its way and smiled amid the
gloom, like tbe good glance of visiting angel.
( v .uiCl uu ItUlii UilB tJlUUUJ Un
file, and f jund ourselves In what appeared al
most a level country. Here where some tenia
were pitshed we baited, and I waa a prisoner
in a guerrilla camp.,
' A week elapsed, and I bad recovered from
my wound Tbe chief of the party who bad
captured me, offered ma mv libert on condition
that I gave my parole not to bear arms against
me reneis sgain during twelve months. Tbis
I had sworn never to .do In the event of my be
coming a prisoner to the Confederate army.
I was equally resolved now to adhere 10 my
oaia.
Fiom tbat moment I was closely guarded.
witb tbe vigilance known but to an angry foe-
Pi 0 sleepy sentinel ever lounged witb . heavy
limb and weary eye, in mock watobfuluees, near
tbe rugged couch whereon I lay. But, sleeping
or waking, some hawk-eyed watoher kept guard
by my side, marking all my outgoings and in
coming;.
In tlat camp was another prisoner beside my
self, a miserable creature, apparently, only
waiung tbe oertain death that tbe caprice of a
merciless baud would, la some unexpected mo
ment, burl upon his head, and whom nothing
but ibe same caprice permitted still to move
upon eirth a livlnc thing. Tbis wretch bad
been captured some days after I had, in the act
01 robbing tbe dead after a skirmish. His
crime, In tbe eye of the soldier, is a deadly sId.
nets tbe pariah of bis class. A vulture too
foul for an bontet shot, from whose blood tbe
bright steel would receive a disgrace deeper
than Its (tain. A thing too worthless to hang;
one whose loathaume life should be crushed out
suddeuly, with a stone or club, as a reptile
should, and tbe contaminated weapon then flung
from tbe band forever.
He cringed to Lis cantors, and thev drove him
from them with curses aud kicks, and when he
tawned tbey spat upon him. j
AN ESCAPE.
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One night, after unwearied watchfulnese and
eeaseless planning, I broke from the bondage
tbat held me. The night was cloudy and threat
ened rain. I bad beard enough from my cap
tors to know tbat a detachment of Northern
traope waa enoamped to the eastward, within
five miles of ns. Tbis detachment I resolved
to reach or die. " From what I bad learned a-
mong the guerrillas, I felt aeeured I eould with
little difficulty find tbe encampment. After
crouohiog my way through and along the out
skirt of a thicket (that grew 'by the side of a
road, old and grass-grown, running nearly eaat
and west) tor at least two miles, I merged from
it into tbe road, sweating and bleeding; baties,
my clothes torn to fragments, panting and
wearied. 1 bad taken my beariogs from tbe
few atari tbat climmered through the clouds,
ia tbe unobscured spots of tbe heavens, and was
about to start alone the road in tbe eaaierly
direction, when a man leaped from tbe thicket
and tbe thief of tbe baUle-field, (be plunder
er of tbe dead, stood by ay side. ( " Oo, on !"
be exclaimed, ia hoarse end excited tones,
pointing along tbe road in the direction I
was about to take, ," they're following."
He shook witb fear, and 1 pitied him . Dis
gust at bis presence, too, was lesseued by a
sense of tbe common danger. Before I could
f peak be daubed past me along tbe road. I
followed, and thus we fled for more than twenty
miuulesj be a little ahead of. me during the
whole time. We reached narrow, snnaiahed
bridge; .stretching from- bigb banks across a
stream.' We began to cross tbe bridge, bat oar
progress was much impeded, and eveo endan
gered, as our only stepping points were trom
beans to beam and plank to flank, moat of tbcm
loose and rotten, aud at uneven distances. The
bridge waa supported by huge piles set in the
river, whose sullen waters we were able to dis
tinguish rushing far beneath as. Yet tbe river
seemed shallow there, for white breakers earl
log round tbe rocks we eould detect also. Oa
wara we went. 1 was now la advance some
dozen yards. All before as, beyond twenty feet,
was lost is gioom; behind, tne same darkness
Impenetrable at tbe same distance. Yet or we
pressed from one rotten, shaking timber to an
other.. Baddenly load ehoute la the rear pro.
claimed tbe panning foe. These were follow-
help
tance and lound him clinging, about a cou
ple of, feet above the cross pleoee, to a oar.
row Iron bar tbat ran nom one of the piles
to another. He was straggling wildly. "How
Is it T" I asked, as' I stooped to aid him
Bat I discovered my Resistance lo be value.
less, onlees I eould place my feet on tbe bar,
and, leaning with my breast upon one of tbe
timbers, reach over both bands and grasp bim
by the collar. As I was making tbis essay, tbe
mooa broke fully upon as, and I met ble up
turned pallid face. His teeth were set. His
, , ,. . m ... ,
?'Ir",',p.'l.drWn tt0?tA.ea ,,h lm'
that left them completely bare. Uis eyes
were starting from their sockets and bis form
trembled so as to shake the last hold tJ which
he clung. 1 ' 1 ......
"One ol tbeir ballets," be bused between
his teeth, "has smashed my ankle. I am go.
Ing!" His hold relsxed, another terrible shriek
rang through the night air, and he fell crash
Ing among tbe Jutting roc as eeiowr ms 0100a
mingling with the pure element that eddied
round them. . ;::.- "' t 'I : ; ' ' ": "
I again pursued my way along- tbe bridge
alone. Many ballet whistled past me from
my inveterate but bewildered lose, and many
narrow escape I ran of being hurled into' tbe
dark river, or pf Impalement upon Ibe half-eon
eealed rookj, , Bat one snob death sufficed
thai night. At length I reached the other lide,
thankful but exhausted, Still; with unabated
speed, I pursued asy way, until the challenge
1 1- . 1 , . I . .U . -H
1 seouum bhippvu .urvuer ymgren, - a
1 reached one of the picket of th deUohneot
lor Thiol I was bound aur gallant wortber-
ws, waaeaiv, u sinssw
I , Morsisamia, September, 1861..
mA k. k..ii....i.. n4 . n...r,.i .i,.ui
I .rom m n.,mn4nlnn. . I WtAnnad and tnrniul.
fIe Cllle, 00 Me'for ''lo'o of Heaven,
the L . bm r feturDed M 1Utla di
were
xam
others
with
la
' '
obe
Cocgsst Criticism .f-A competitive examl-'
oaliou was lately held for Ibe pnrpoe oi ap-
pntnting fit persons to some or Ibe uovernment
oflloeeln England. One of the candidate in-
arlvartenUe eoelleel tne wora veoio witu
nV: thus. Vennice. .The examiner, B clever
man, but not always correot speaker, wternly
ioaurred: "Do yea kaow, elr, that there is
one Am la Venice?" ' Then eggs mast be very
scare there," was the reply . The candidate
tomb,
let
W-
Bad
eter.
JOHN HUNTxan.t
1
MERCHAritiAII-OJ?,
No. &QO PotitHT HlaH trWt4rtHMsi
1 vivii.' Juoorn. mum ox .Aiwasj !.;
TT" J" received a tWeloe stock of FAIL
1 AA WINtBB saoou? suitable for gentlwa.u'e wr.
0atoaerS will kav tiiel, enUrS Bcatis aad eaasUoUal-
ly execated al the lowest rates.
eepws
a
lor
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T -I
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ANB
UAIlDWABESTOnG
r ! '., : I,...., i j ; !,i. ,..- h'
. f. 1 I . .,. ,. ... j : ' ,iiv. a 1-
.wA.-..lYt RECEIVED BY - 1
No. 30 North High Street,
dej ei thelUrgeetaadBewtMeetedAeewrt ' '
or
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1- j ' EVER OFFBBBS IU THIS CITO ' 'V
"!,;--,,' v r ,a. im'tlJ.
Hfjuse BnilderV Furnishings ;
j ' OF BVEBT 8TTLB AND (JOALITT.
:' French dc American' ' 1 :'
Window Cletuaa !
1
j '. I AS NTH GROUND Iff IX, "
od put up in half pound cane for family use, and Dry
j . , , , Petntslnbulk. , ,
. Tushes ot every variety & quality.
. j A 8ptendid Assortment of .
MACHINISTS TOOLS.
OAKKIAGE MATERIADS.
AXES GRINDSTONES, ato. ,.
! GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, Ao
! FISHING TACKLE,
j ROPE Jt cordage;
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.
' BELTING.
EDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
j AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
SCYTHES, Ac,
j ' SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Cable and Pocket Cutlery.
especially Invite the attenUoa of all interested to mj .
rook of Pocket and Table Cutlery, and j . ,
J MLVF.HPLATEDFOHKS, '
Cable, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives, e&c,
m ttOGBBRe A BRO'S. Manufacture, warranted to be':
ntrabeavy, Electro-Plated, oa genuine Albatta. -
Ooantry Merchants, Mechanics, and others, are Invited .
0 eaB and examine my Stock, ae I asa prepared to sell
ho leaale and Retail." Win. A. CILisV
golumbue, Ohio, May 8, I860 .
GREAT CUBE .
! DR. LELAND'S
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND
iaf HE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Rheumatism, Goat and. Heruralgia,
1 . . AND A BORE CURB FOR : - :
'All Mercurial Diseases
It Is a oonvetrtenfly arranged Band, containing a med
icated com pound, to be worn a round the Waist, without
Injury to Uie meat delicate persons; no change in habits
of living ia required, and It entirely re novae the die
ease frm the system, without producing the injurious
effects arniw from the ase of powerful Internal medi
cines, Which weaken and destroy the constitution, aed
give temporary re net only. By thle treatment, the aud
Lcinal properties contained in the Band come ia eontact
with- the blood and reach the disease, through the pores
of the skin, effecting in tvery Instance a perfect cure, '
and restoring the parte afflklrd te a healthy condition. '
Thie Baud la also a mostpowerfnl AMrri-MneccaiAi. affect.
and will entirely relieve the system from uujjeriMosoise
effect of Mertury. Moderate cases a-e cured In a few
days, and we are constantly receiving testimonials of its
efficacy in aggravated oaaes of long standing.
racu e'.uu, to oe bad 01 vnigglats generally, er can
besentby mail or express, with full directions fur om.
to any part or tne eaantry dtreot from the Principal
Office,
;, ' . To. 409 BROADWAY, Hew York.
d. SMITH A CO., Sole Proprietors.
. N. 1. Descriptive Circulars Sent Tree. ,
A. J. SC QUELLE B A SON. SentMirra. Aosts. No.
77 8. High Bt., bet. Friend and Mound, Uolumkus, O. '
JO Agents Wanted Everytvnere,
mhSS-lyleorlstptlAw ' ' '
HUNNE WALL'S ; . ,
V.. -I : DNIYERSAL . . .
: ; COUGH REMEDY-
. 1 . , .
For all Throat and Luog Oomplatnts, kaeludng, with
most perfect reeults, Wnooruie Cooes, Oaaoaio jat .
OosMoa Oeesw, Baoaouaa ana Taaeav Ooatruum, ''
always fo rerun ra of OoaeampUen. ae a Booiaiae
Sraer B has no superior. Freed trom allOptateor
Bmeuo properties, may be need by most delicate oonatis .
tatlons, and with perfect eonfldenee.
miNNEWELivs v, '. .
CELEBRATED :Z
El.
;;;;: .; tolu anodyne.
' Ths BaaaTsarr Nareaaa OrtiTS ever offered te the
world, eentaining aol a parttsle ef Oplaamor eny safe
stance bnt Its strictly vegetable aad madloal peoswrttee. ' '
A sure Remedy for Nboaamu, RaanauTiaa, G001,.. .
Toerra an lag Aowa, Oaraaaa,' Rosa cm Hay Fsvam,
and all minor Nervous Complaints. '.- f
Foe Less or Buun, end lleadache la an ue varieties,
It has an equal, aad to which most undoubted teetamt
ass are otered.
Foa paimrokt nnm It le a moat perfect remedy.
Foa Bowse. Oenruisrre. after reaaovtng the pala tt aeej
ae a physto, a most Important contrast with the oeuttipa- .
toryeffeou of Opium.
To Physlotane, Formulae and Trial BatneewlU be seat,
and to Dearer or. Invalid a deaertpUve pemphM withaat
"do. tare-stags. ... -.
Pnparedander the special enpervlsioa ef 0- .
. 1 JOHN L. lUfflflEWBU, . .. (.
! cmosirr amy rwggtfemnstv .'
He 9 Commerelal Wharf, Bcetoa. Blasev
To whose please direct all eomsaaeJoatletie.
Prices Large Cough Remedy, 50 cents per bottle
Bmall . " . . -8B " ; .-.' ' .1
' I Tola Anodyne, ' SO
Per sah hy the asael wholesale and retail dealers,
everywhere, , : -'' l.'1'
., ROUS STB tt a.nt.aw, n. n, a.sra,
JOHN K. CtMia. J
" J. U. DBNIO.
9, DENIG SONS
. mayl?-wlv -1 . l.'.'',n
il 1 I 'hIIi .1 i
A. i - BCHDBLLB B ax SOI,
Agents for Oolanbaa, Ohio.
No. 29 Soutli High Street, Colambos,
rloW OFFBBIHQ)' - ' n '1
W yards IiaveUa Sttm Good! et Sjfc VaSwe v1,u
rtUmth. ... . ' ..'1 :tip
8S00 yards Trevelloi Dress floods etlSX, vawettet. , :.
StrOO yarde BnglUh Besagee al IS, valae SS cents. , , . , ,
UHM yards Fteueh Organdiee at Wit', valoe SO cents.'
fHiugyafrie Fast OoloeedUwaeet IV, valae Ueessle.''. "' '-i
11HU1 ..Ml. Vnal.rri Dr.M MUkeat JJK. Vaiaa SSS. CSTBes. .1 '( .
1500 yarde Be per Plain Black Bilk et t 00. value 1 .
etobes or
half their
Orgaadie Berage, and English Borage, ateae u, ,.,v
' ' ki , d Beau Mlehatreel.: :,: '. ' ,-
'. " t 1 1 1 1 1 i ' ' ' ' 1 ;S
. Je99
iAIIOT BBBS1 BIt.kB, " ' , ' .
y FABUI naase eiiae, -1
r Mm., arr.we
We are sew offering oar Isaaaeaee eseok ef Fancy tveee
lilka at prtoea Me uua ever vrwrm eeem ia uis eity. .,
The ettenuoa ef the asdics ef tbts eity aaj vWalty t - J-' 4
solicited, as ear stock ss very eeleet and ooeaplete la all , ,. ' !
aaeeWwMllDe -' ' PBTBRBAIST. .
"aevei. ,,.,s .4,t t, ; He-B9 Bean HleWstraae.e-,--..i
.'. ' " ' i ' ' , . ,' " ' 11 " , 1 " '" " ' )'tl '
OnplRTi, RIBBONS TAGS, AN O
HIJUUFa, wewstyiastjaasapesiMBy
BA1 sk SO.
aprlU lle.BSMmslldtiswet.
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