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VOL: VIIIKO. 173. JOT SERIES.
COLUMBUS.
OHIO, TUESDAY MORNING, DEC. 31,
1861.
M,,"M'"',,"l',,'aBaBwsxsawaBBy
ILX L0LLAZS TUL YX1B.
InTariably la Idranoe.
W-I'ir
j' i
i.Qfyt 9i) iff Stoiiiwn
'. MT, TO-WKmT AHBWXElil
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
. CT Office Hot. S3, SB and 40, Xorth High 8t
- TIEMg TNVARIABXT IN ADVANOl .
' Bt the Carrier. Mr weak. 19. aanfa
Trl-Weekly
- . f --Mr-. ,
V-V . 2 per year.
Weekly,
aV UU
jgVuis of. AdT or Uiiliis jw. Use tJanare.
S I
: nesansre I ear;..2e M
On square 3 weeks.. 4 00
On Swteki.. 3 O0
Od lweek... 1 75
On - 8dayi... 1 00
Ope 8dys... 75
Od ' I Insertion SO
. On " 0 months 18 00
- 3n :r" 6 months 15 00
. 3d " .. 3 month 10 00
On Smooth, 0 00
lOu u1' ' 1 month. S 00
Displayed 4UvrUwineU half mora than th abov
:jrr:!',a-: i 1 1 : I ;.
Advertisements leaded and phwed In th column of
A" notices required to be published by Uw, legal rate.
! f riI'0"lredntbelnldexcluiiTely(terthenrtwk
percent, more than the ahoy rate; but all men wll
mjyvai m mo Ari-rrecsiywimoui charge.
''.ru!l5'.".,c,r?."notexcl!"(lln lines, per year, In.
He, ixSOnerllne; outside $ . '
- Motto of meetings, charitable octettes, Are oompanie,
so., balf price.
Ml trantlttit advtrtUtmmtt mutt b paid for it
dfxmot The rule will not be varied frem;
: " IV"?? '' n where the advertiser
iesth Weekly alon. Where 'he Daily and Weekly
- are both used, thon the charge forth Weekly will be
alf the rate ol U Pally .
- . 8 . No-adrerHsement Ukeu except for a deflnlU period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
; CDiBToran rut.
stum cmrriXDu.
PINE & CHITTENDEN,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
QO Wii JStroot,
(Offices f City Judge,) .
NEW YORK.
tm o ' .
S!2 I"!? Jr""le'- N T. Superior Court.
Bon. B. II
tt' ani uieveiand, u.
Hunter, Lanoaster, O.
BOTt-Oa
EC- tX, "W "TXjIII7,
attorney and Counsellor at Law,
' AMD
NOTARY PUBLIC,
Q,. Vo' S7 HIan BTimt, 0DB0N BUILD
rao, opposite th State Bona. . . . i
w.i2l!?:tl0ni ""I ?ther "' promptly attended to.
aeremoe glyen when required. f '
norO-ly . 1 '
:(Latof Phalon'a Establishment, N, T.J
PjPETOii OF THE NEW YORK
OarUnTud i-g K
SowtU H1U St., over Savin's Store,
bpucieT 1 llTen ta 11 th
lyl.?1' d 0minu' Halt '"aalBf dqp In th bait
epiMly ,
CALT HOUSE,
Ho. 178 ITorth High 8treet, '
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
XVSt.JTfS
piDgplao. """"" "wweaiy a convenient tnp'
of thrtVn7 Wma np " hmt ' nlhl r'
Terms moderate, to suit tha times,
oeua
NATIONAL HOTEL,
NBAB UNION DBPOT,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
IISMS.
ootfiS-Sm
ONE DOLLAR PER DAT.
f. a, b. smms,
Attornoy at Law
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
0oa Ambo.i Building, opposite Capitol Square.
. . OOLCMBUS, OHIO,
-L- OS230RNID,
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
- , , r MARION, OHIO.
,M. C. LILLEY
And Blank-Book Manufanturer,
; WOBTH HIBH tTBXJCT, COLTJXBTJB, OHIO
asarll-dly
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring; tt Water 8t.,
OolumTbtm, Olilo.
vv. B. POTTS & 00.,
Asd xtannractorera of Brasa and Composition Cutlng
Finished Brass Work of all Descriptions.
Electro, Plating and Gilding!
STENCIL CUTTING, &C.
Celnmbns Wholesale Liquor Store
-.Hi is 1, II i I , I ' aasaxssaas.aaapi
LACELLE ROSS & CO.,
'COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
. l IMPORTERS AND DEALERB IM
Foreign and Somestio Wines, Brandies,
.. ... " : ate. . ALBO,. '
OLD RYE, MONONGAHELA & BOURBON
WijtBHousE 4nd office, ss4 south high st.
COIITMBUS, OHIO.
aepMiyia
VMi II. RESTIEAUX,
(BUOCESBOR TO McKEB c RESTIEAUX)
, Ko, ', 106,:, South ' ; Higa . Street,
, CROCERIES, PRODUCE
,0. : IPRP VJS IONS r
jForeign and Domestio Fruits,
FLOUR, SALT, LIQUOR 8, ETC,
STORAGE & COMMISSION
WORCESTER'S
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
The Lateit-"The Larreat.Tha Best
The Cheapest Beoaoia the Beit,
"Tbe moat HeliabJa tlandard An
tuorlty of tbe Eng-llelt Language."
Sim Bundred Eminent mutator of Ohio,
MB BEST " ENGLISH DICTIONARY EXTANT."
trary Mm Svervuhr.
"He I are nnwardl Of a Tlnnitmt Thnnanil Wimla.
whoee multlfarion meaninn and drlvtlnni. tnrathur
with theli correct ipelllnc.and pronunciation ar clearly
set before lbs eye.
- -
Cincinnati Qmmtrotat.
Head tU DtcUhnt of tha Jtombtri of th Ohio Stat
utaaurt juiootanon,
Th Underlined, memhan itt th Ohln H(t Taarhera'
Awodatlon. adopt and aim to nua In tnuhlnr. writlna
and apeaklnir, the orthography and pronunciation of
Woroeater'a Boyal Quarto Dictionary, and we moat cor
dially reeommeod It ai the moit reliable ataodard au
thority of th Xngliih language, aa It la now written and
ipoken.
Ionia Audkiwi, Preildent Kenyon College.
M. D, Lvram, Superintendent Zaneiville School).
Tuoe. W. Uaayar, Bop't Masai Ion Union School.
M. V. Cowdut, Sup't Publlo Bohooli, Banduaky. :
Jobh Lthcb, Sup't Public Bchoole, Clrclerille.
S. N. BaaroRD, Prlncloal Cleveland female flemina-
w. MrrcBitt, Snp't Public Bchooli, Mt. TTolon.
JOBM OaDIH. Prtnnlnal Ruta Nnrml Ri-hfinl. Minna.
aota.
Ontna Niaoa, Principal fourth Intermediate School,
Cincinnati.
H. B. Mirth, Sup't Canton Union School.
Bowm KaoaL, Principal MoNeely Normal School.
Bu T. Ttm, Prof. Mathematlca, Ohio UnWerilty,
War. W. KDwaana, Sup't Troy Union School.
A.Q. Horaura. Frlncinal West Ilifh school. Cleve
land. "
8- A. Norton, Aatoclat Principal High School, Clere
land. TncODORi Stirurs, Principal High School, Oler
land.
K. f . HoKiaTOH, Principal Cleveland Imtltut.
J. A. OaariiLD, President of Eleotle Initltute, El-
ram.
W. L. Barrii, Prof, of Chemtatry, Ohio Weileyan
Unlreraltv.
H. B. Vaaim, Ez-Cmmlrlonr of Common School,
unio.
Jamb Moaaoa, Prof. Bhetorle, Obtrlln College
Tbo. Bui. President Antloch Oolleae.
O. W. B. Cathoart. Prof, alathemattca.
Blgh
School, Dayton
S. 0. CRUMBACaa, Prof. Language,
High School,
Dayton.
8. U.'arbrr. Sup't Union Schools, Ashland.
Mar Man SLu Bundrtd oVmr Prttident of Ooll.
gti, J'roftttort, Author and JHUnguuMd JCauea-
ton, Aav tnawid uoov unument. ,
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
Haribtta Ooiiioa "It la truly a maantfloent work.
an honor to th author, th publishers, and tha whole
eouniry." President Andrews... .
Ohio Wevlvyax UivanirTT-'It exeseda my emecta-
oods. it win be my auide IB ortnoirrapnv ana pronan
elation, and will often be consulted by me for It neat
and accurate definition." President Thompson.
W. R. Xciaono OoLLaaa "Heretofore w have nsed
Webster's orthography. At a recent meeting of our
faculty, it was decided to change it to eonform to that
of Worcester' Boyal Quarto Dictionary." President
uarnsia..
Wbstsm RaraRva Coilbsb. "I find It worthy of
oo ratal approbation.' ' president Hltcncoca.
OratLia Oolibbb. "It mora than meats my expecta
tion. I reeommeod It aa th standard authority In
orthoepy to my children and my pupils." President
morgan.
AnnooH Ooixbsb. "I adopt and aim to nee In teaoh-
lug, writing and sneaking, th orthography and pronun
ciation of Worcester's Boyal Quarto Dictionary."
rresiaent mil.
"In all my writing, sneaking, and teaching. I have en
deavored to conform to the roles for orthography and
pronunciation a oontalned in Worcester Dictionary."
uoraca aiann, lata rresiaent.
Kxktob CoLLBeB. GaVbiir. (I most cordially recom
mond It a tha most reliable standard authority of the
English language a It la now written and spoken."
rresiaent Andrews.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OniO.
from Rtv. Anton AnyfA, Oommittiontr of Common
ooaoo tn VMOt
"Th Dictionary Is an Imperishable monument to the
learning and Industry of Its author, and an honor to the
world of letters. Tbe mechanical execution is far supe
rior to that of any other Lexicon with which I am ac
quainted."
from Eon. B. B. Barnty, JBa-Oommittlontr oj
eutoou t vto.
"The most reliable standard authority of tha Un
gnage."
WHAT TUX
Leadina INewepapere) of Ohio Say
Iron tK ClmHani Btrald of March 98.
Tha orthography of th Worcester Dictionary la that
nMd br moit. if not all. author of distinction In this
country and England, and conform to the general usage
of ordinary writers andspeakera.
Whatever nreludicea may have existed previously,
careful study of this volume will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation or us great menu, ana ue.ii
to add it to the well selected library, no it targe or smaii,
It la a library In Itself, and will remain an imperUha-
hie reoord of the learning oi lis oompucr.
MromO OlnolnnaH Commercial of Apra 20.
Hera are nnwarda of a hundred thousand words good
bad and Indifferent whose multifarious meanings and
derivations, together with their eorreot spelling and pro
nunciation, are set elearly before the eye. The work Is
unquestionably the greatest Thesaurus of English Words
ever published.
from th Cltvdand rialndtaUr of Sept. 90, I860.
Evidently woroxstxr's uotal udabto victiojiart ts
not onlv th latt. but th bbst wort of th mna trior tl
ewd.and can by bo possibility suffer by oomparison or
eontrovsrsy.
from th Tultio Blad of May 90.
As to raomiaciATioii. Woromtxb is thb Standard
followed by onr best author.; in definitions he leaves
nothing to be desired, and in Orthography it is sufficient
to say that Worosbtxr can be safely followed.
INGHADI ok BRAGG, ,
PnbllBhera, Dookaellora ft Stationers
NO. 101 SUPERIOR ST., CLEVELAND, OHIO
maifl
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF
DlTldena January 1,1861,45 Per Cent.
ASBETB $3,81250 50,
, Statement Januarr l, 1861s
Balance, per statement Jan. 1st, 1880 13,406,589 3D
tteoeirea tor rremmm aur-
ing th rear lbtiO 1763,053 55
Reeeived for Interest during
th year 1660 914,014 19
Total receipts for I860.. ..1977.067 74
Paid Claims by Deatb.,907,050 00
Paid Policies surren
dered 41.111 SB
Paid Salaries, Post-
aga, xaxes, Jax
change. etc 31,630 54
Paid Commissions to a
Atents 31,31a 30
Paid Physicians' fees. 1,066 75
Paid Annuities 1,517 00
Paid Dividend, dor-
tag th year 166,500 73 565,001 63 411,976 14
Net Balaao January Irt-1861..
13,812,558 50
ASSETS.
Cash on hand $6,6984 19
Bonds and Alortgas.ee on Real
Estata, worth double the ' '
amount loaned 9,397,841 68
Premium Notes, on Policies ....
In force, only drawing 6 per
oent. Interest. 1,979,M4 17
Real Estate 90,803 97
Loans on Borlp 0,931 44
Premium. Not and Cash, la
course of tiAnsmission.... 45,343 75
Total Asset.
13,812,556 50
7,5T6 Policies In foroe, Insuring. 19S486,033
1,435 nw Policies have been Issued during tie year
After a careful ealoalatloa of the present value of tha
outstanding Policies of th Company, and having th
sMosasarv avnovns In reserva therefor, th Directors
hare declared a Divinxro of 45 par oent. on tha Premi
ums paid at tha table rates, to all polloles for life In fores,
Issued prior to January 1, 1800, payable aeoordlng to th
present rateaf th Company.' ,
Rate for all kinds of Llfa Contingencies, Prospect
uses, 8 tatements, and Applleatlona, will be furnished
without charob, at th Cfflc or Agtncle of th Com
pany, i
B0BT. 1. PATTERSON, Preridenti-.
L.O. G ROVER, Vice President.
. ..
' lllW,. 0. MILLER, Secretary. . ;,.
11. K. 11 UESON, Agtntt
' - No. 4 Johnson Block,
March 98, 186L i . - - . Oolumbna, 0.
PLAIN AND FIGURED BLACK
DRESS BILES, of every grade. Tha moat select
aasortSBBt In tha olty, and at moit reasonable rates.
.. BAIN SON, ,
prill No. 99 teaUi Blgh1t ,
1861. 1862.
1861. 1862. Winter Arrangement---Time
Changed.
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
AND
CINCINNATI.
Go
RAILROAD.
Connecting at Crestline with tha PITTBBURQH, FT.
0BI0AQ0 BAILB0AD
or nuiourgn, FMlatUlpMa and SaUlmor. Alio
for Fort Wayn and Chicago.
Connecting at Cleveland with th LAKI SU0BB RAIL
ROAD
For Dunkirk, Buffalo, Albany, noa
TWO TRAINS DAILY,
EXOEPt SUNDAY,
From Columbus, la oonneotion wllh Train on tha
a.iaai.t; jniAini A Nil mig.Brmstvtk
" Annua naiLiHUADS,
FIRST TRAIN.
NIOBT EXPREBB Leave. f!nl
a w n w &i . - v
win iravo DWNDireri at &I1 rat( nK . n.i
CardiDKtoo. GUt-d. fl-lin. nH ,t .11 .,:.iA.. mfA.t, .1
Oallou, and atall other stations upon signal, arriving at
Cleveland at 0:20 A. M., Dunkirk 4:8oT I.. lVnX7o
V lwn m., sw tcvix la u ., tioston
SECOND TRAIN.
NEW TORS EXPRKSB-Leayes Columbus at 3:15 P.
. I win leave nasseniara at all .tatinni. n...n.M
Roohester, Columbia and Olmsted being flag stations,
this train will not stop for passengers except upon sig
nal. Arrive at Cleveland 8:30 p. M., Dunkirk 3 A. M.,
nunaio : A. M.Albany 4:15 P. M.. New York 8:30
. ai., Boston lxsw a. at.
CONNECTIONS.
At Crestline with Piti.hnnrh v. nr.... --a n.u...
inuuurgu, roiisueipnia ana uaitlmora.
Also for OhlcsKO.
At Bhelby, with Bandusky, Manifleld and Newark Rail
road, for all points on that road. Also for Toledo.
At Grafton, with Cleveland and Toledo Railroad for
ovaanav U14 VUlCSgS
r,.AA.S.lei;e';n.a' "!Ul Jke Bb" Railroad for Etle,
""'i uuuaio, now lora and Boston.
ratent Bleeping Care are ran on all
flignt Trami to Chicago, New
Vnrlr anil bn.t.
Aivswu,
naggag VIukL Through to Km York and Boiion
omo, v rnuaatlpMa and
Xu lorkvla OrutliM.
RETURNING.
Night Express arrive. atOnlurnhn. t. . im a t
Cincinnati Express arrives at Oolumbui at 1:30 P. M.
Faro ae low as by anyotner Route.
Aik for Ticket via Crettlineor Cleveland.
E. 8. FLINT.
Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTERSON, Agent,
n,t .... Columbus, Ohio.
Columbus, Nov 16, 18C1. .
GUERNSEY'S BALMI
GUERNSEY'S BALM
iiuirauvKS AND PREVENTS I IV-
w nammauon ana nain. anil haala tlia k..
scald, bruise, cut .or fresh wound of any kind, prevents
"""i fin "om nee inngs, mosquito bites, and
poisonous plants, neuralgia, rheumatism, ague In the
breast, salt rheum, etc. When taken Internally, It will
positively cure croup In ohlldren, and give Immediate
ben taken internally, it will
lldren. and rtve. Imma.li.ia
iciisi ui uju wont case oi wis terrible complaint) also,
removes hoarseness and sore throat. Price, ! center
bottle. Should be in eye ljhouse. For sale by Drua-
ri.l. .. RtnMbun.H TniT.iI . .
u., rrPr, N Bprucest ,New York
eet4d&wlyla
No real luetic can be dona the ahova
but by procuring and reading descriptive pamphlets
oe iouna wiu an aeaiera, or win pe sent by Proprietor
on aemana. rormulas and Trial Bottles .ant t Phi
dans, who will find development in both worthy th jlr
Correspondence solicited from all whose necessities or
eurioslty prompts to a trial of the above reliable Reme
dies
For sale by the usual wholesale and rai.lt Aa.iar
everywnere.
JOHN li. HTJNNErEI.I,. Pronrleto
. CHtMIBT AND FHARMACIDTIST,
Ho. 0 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Haas.
BoDert a Bamuel, n. B. Harpl, J. R. Cook, J. M
Denig, O. Denig a Son, A. J. gchueller At Sen, Agents
ivt vuiuiuou uujo. myl-dlx
COLUMBUS
OPTICAL INSTITUTE.
Tito Rest Artificial Help to the
Human Mgut ever invented.
JOSEPH S. PEEIET,
PRACTICAL & SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN,
KEEPS THE LARGEST ASSORT
ment Of tha most Imnroved kind, nf Rnartai-laa.
All hi Glasses, whether for near or far-sighted, are
ground In ooncavo convex form with the greatest cars,
so aa to suit the Byes of all cases, curing Weakness
Diaalnes or Inflammation of the Eyes, and Imparling
Strength for loaa readlna or fine aewlnr.
umoe, id jsast Plate street, at Seltzer ft Webster's
musio bio re.
aug5-dly
J.M.&V. KCERNER.
zero, do,
Corner of Broad & Front Streets,
COLUMBUS,
DEALERS IN
GROCERIES. PRODUCE
AND
PROVISIONS,
FOREIGN &. DOMESTIC FRUITS,
FI0UB, SALT, LIQU0ES, ETC.
, 0YBIXRS BY THE CAN IN THEIR SEASON.
ootS5-dly
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
OM,
rpHB SUBSCRIBER HAVING TAKEN
X a lease on th Btor jwoa j
No. 11 East State St.,
hu opened it as an ,
Auction & Commission Room-
H Is now prepared to receive on Commission even
description of property, uoh as Dry Goods, dreoeries,
Liquor, Furniture. Carriage, Horses, etc. He also
InUnds to devote his attention to sales of Real Estate
and Personal Pioperty,at any point, within twenty miles
oi inanity, , . .
Auction Sales Every, Evening.
i . .
Oonstgnmantsreepeolfully solicited. '
W. R. KENT, Aoctlonser,'
Cranbcrrica I Cranberries
on nnt,9. cranberries, vt coon
OvF ORDER, en tooslgnment. . i: , . ,
jror i low oy - -
' WM. H. RESTIEAUX,
0t 106 Sonth High Stmt.
RAILROAD. 1862. 1862.
EAST.
EAST. WINTER ARRANGEMENTS
TIME CHANGED.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
STEUBENVILLE SHORT LINE
RAILROAD
UNITED.
CONNECTING AT PiriBBUROH WITH THE
Pennsylvania Central Railroad
. omit THI
Shortest, Qnlckoat and Itioat Dealra.
via nouie so an eastern Cltlc.
1
I
Traioi Leave Colambui aa followt :
VIA IltUDII,
' VIA STBUMgVrUJ
Expresa.
nornlng
4:00 A.M. 3:10 P. U. 4:00 A. M:
gAST imx.
S 45 P. M
ARRIVB AT BKLLAIRB f "
.. 9:40 P.M.
" ARRIVB AT fTTTSBPROH
8:43A.M. 4:10 P. M. 10:30 P. M.
- Aiurva at Hinsincio ' ' '
1:00 1. 11. 3.10A-M. 8:15 A.M.
ARRIVB AT BALTIMORB
6:20 A.M. S;O0P.M.
ARRIVB AT raiUDtLFHIA.
5:20 P.M. 7:40 A.M. 1:50 P.M.
10:40 A.M.
4:10 P. tl.
8.20 A. M.
7:40 A.M.
HEW YORK TIa Al.iwwrnww e. v.
11:00 A.M. 9:50 P. M. 11:00 A.M. 5:30 P.
VIA reiLAOIt.FHIA
10:15 P.M. 1:45 P.M.
1:45 P. M.
5 00 P.M-
VIA llTtKTAW.
Paaiengers by this Un reach New York In nr
any Northern mate.
9:45 P. M. train la the anlv on rrnm r.k.u.
this hour, by which passengers csn reach Baltimore or
TTuuiuiioa me louowing day, and arrive in Phlladel
phla or New York before dark.
LU'eleeplng cars on all night trains.
Tne einlv Route from Colnmhns to
uaiuiuore, a-niiaoeipnla or
New York
WITH ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS.
This tralnalao connectaat S.ll.lra iih iha Riitinn
h 'aa.
HTFThls root Is 30 MILES STtORTER to Plttahnrah
and more than 100 MILES SHORTER to New York,
iuu nuruicru unci.
HT Batrffaee Uhocked ThrotiBb. to all Im.
portant points East,
ICT Ask for Tickets via Bcllalre or Sten
beoville.
IT Tickets Good over either Route.
JOHN Tf. BROWN,
General Ttckot Agent Central Ohio R. R.
IRA A. HUTCHINSON,
General Ticket Asentatenhanvlila Hhrtr.ina.
Columbus, Deo. 91, 1801.
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
RAILROADS.
Through to ludlanaDolia without Change of Cars
and but One Change of Cars between
Columbus and 8t. Louis.
On and After Monday, November
Hi 1861.
FflUr TraiD3 Dailv from DnllimllllS
ruul 11!Uln sauy 1IU1U VUlUmDUH.
FIRST TRAIN.
NIGIIT EXPRESS, via Dayton, at 9 a. m.. stooplns
at London, Xenla, Dayton, Mlddletown and Hamilton,
arriving at Cincinnati at 7:40 a. m. and at Dayton at
5:05 a. m. connecting at Cincinnati for Louisville, VIn
oennes, St. Louis, and all points Southwest; arrlvlog
at St. Louis at 11:30 p, m l conneoilng at Dayton for
Indianapolis, Lafayette, Terra Haute. Ohlcairo. and all
point West; arriving at Indianapolis at 10:40 a. m.
SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION at 5:20 a. m.. atonolna-at all sta
tions between Columbus, Cincinnati aod Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10.-93 a. m.. and at Daiton at
8:33 a. m.; connecting at Cincinnati with Mall Line
Steamboats for Louisville, and at Dayton for Indianap
olis and the West.
THIRD TRAIN.
EXPRESS at 1:55 n. m.. stopping at Jefferson. Lon
don, Charleston, Xenla, Oorwln, Morrow, Bo. Lebanon.
Foster's, Loveland and Mllford, arriving at Cincinnati
at 6:45 p. m., at Dayton at 5 p. m. ; oonneotlng at Oln
with the Ohio and Mississippi Train for Louisville, Tin
cennes,, St. Louis, eta., tc, arriving at St. Lonls at
iwto a. m.; connecting el uayion lor Indianapolis, La
fayette, Torre Haute, Chicago and all points West.
ITT For further Information and Through Tickets,
spply to M. L. DOHERTY, Ticket Agent, Union Depot,
Uoiumnus. ,
P. W. 8TRADER,
General Ticket Agent, Clnolnnatl.
JN0. W. DOHERTY,
Agent, Columbus,
E. W. WOODWARD,
' Superintendent, Clnolnnatl.
Colambui, Nov. 10, 1801.
;
!
REMOVAL.
W1LUAM H RESTIEAUX,
DEALER IN
Groceries, . .
..- Produce,
- - Provisions,
Foreign and Domestio Liquors,
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The Rose of Glen Valley.
-Help! Ob, help!"
How sharp and fearfully distinct that err
rangoutontbemldnigotalrt But there were
none to hear It exoept tbe two ruffians who,
pressing still closer to their victim, bore biia
heavily to the ground.
"He iadead!" said tbe oldest one, plaoing his
hand upoa the heart of the wounded mao, wbo
lav upon the ground without ser.ee or motion.
"We had better make sure of it." a.iri th
other, sigoifloanily pointing to tbe river at a
short distance.
His companion understood him. and without
a word on either eide thev lifted up tbe body
and oarried It to the river. There waa a haavv
splash, something that sounded like a stifled
?;roan, ana tne Drosd waters rippled quietly over
I the moon looked down as calmly and placid
ly is If crime and murder were things un
known. Tbe two meu then mounted tbeir hor
ses aod rode swiftly away.
i nia is a good night's job," said tbe shorter
and tbe younger of tbe two.
"I should judge so," returned tbe other, dry
ly, "as it gives you one or the richest earldoms
In England."
"Ay, and bv mv kn kht v faith, von shall find
that tbe Earl of Eeberton I not unntaietul."
ud Hie other. "The thousand poonds shall be
yours to-morrow, and If there is anything else I
can ao lor yon, you may Consider me to tbe lull
extent of my power."
"There will be a merrv bridal to-morrow."
said bis companion.
"very '."replied tbe vouneerone with a litiht.
mocking laugh. "Lady Blanche will wait long
at the altar lor her lover; and as for my good
cousin Walter, who has been my rival in love
and ambition, I'll warrant he'll sleep as sound
to-night as he would were he pillowed in her
armsl But we must separate here," he added,
as they emerged from tbe forest into tbe open
country. "We must not be seen together.
Adieu! We shall meet to morrow at tbe
bridal."
And so saying ho turned the bead of his
horse into one of the two roads that were be
fore tbara, nd his oompanion taking the other,
they parted.
In aa elegant boudoir, partly reclining upon a
low conch, was a fair young girl of not more
than twenty summers, apparently In a deep rev
ery. Her thoughts were very pleasant for
there is a balf smile around ber moutb, an ex
pression of thoughtful and subdued tenderness
In the deep blue eyes, and on the smooth, open
brow. Her maid, who bad entered some min
utes before, but who bad hesitated to dlMurb
her, now approaches.
"It Is nearly ten, Lady Blanche," (be said,
addressing ber young mistress; "in half an hour
the guests will be here."
"Can It be possible that it Is so late as that 7"
she replied, starting from ber seat. "Ah,
manna, 1 am so very bappv!"
"Heaven grant that It may last, lady," said
Martha, solemnly. -
' A shadow fell across the young girl's sunny
iaee.
"I am afraid I am too happy for it to last,"
she said, thoughtfully. "But come. Martha,"
she added, gaily, "your skillful fingers must be
more tnan usually nimble, or I snail be late at
my bridal."
It did not take Martha long to loop back
tuose clustering cuns, and to arrange tbe shin
lng folds that fell so gracefully around that ex
quisltely molded iorm : vet she bad hardly fin
unea wnen mere was an impatient knock at the
door, and a man entered, whose bowed form and
white hair bore the impress of extreme old age.
It waa Lord Cantref. He gazed upon his daugh
ter for a moment with an expreeslon of mingled
priae ana pleasure.
"Heaven bless ycu, my beloved child!" he
murmured, fondly. "But come," he added,
'the carriage Is waiting, mv love, and our
friends are growing impatient."
"Has not Walter been here vet. father," In
quired the voung girl.
"No," replied her father. "It is rather
strange; but I suppose something has detained
mm. lie win probably meet ns at tbe church."
Aa Blanche passed down through the srouo of
liveried servants that lined the ball, every one
anxious to catch a glimpse ol tbe bride, many
a heart blessed her sweet face, and prayed that
all the bright anticipations its smiles and blush
es shadowed forth might be realized.
To Lora Cantret's surprise, tbe Earl of Eg
berton was not at the church door when they
arrived. 'His brow grew dark with anxiety,
though he endeavored to allay the apprehensions
of his daughter, whose cbetks alternately flush.
ed ana paiea at ner emoarrassing position.
Just as they were about to return, Lord Can
tref noticed a horseman approaching at a furi
ous pace, whom he recognized as Mr. St. Croix,
tbe young earl's cousin. His olotbea were torn
and dusty, and bis face pale and haggard, as he
hurriedly alighted from big horse, which was
covered with sweat and foam. As bis eye fell
upon Lady Blanche he hesitated, and casting
significant glanoe upon Lord Cantref, beckoned
him aside. But this movement did not escape
the observation of Lady Blanche, whose cheek
grew pale from fear.
"it is from Waiter!" she exclaimed, breaking
from her attendants and following her father.
"Tell me," (be added, wildly, addressing St.
Croix, "Is he 111 dead?"
"Be calm, my dear ohlld," said Lord Cantref
soothingly, whose countenanoe betrayed great
agitation: "tne voung earl is not detd. oniv
missing. It is to be hoped that be will yet be
found."
Lady Blanche made no reply, but fell pale
ana gasping into ner tatner s arm?, wbo quickly
conveyed her to tha carriage.
Many or the bystanders gathered around St.
Croix, anxious to know tbe cause of this strange
soene. from tne narration he gave, tbey gath
ered that tbe earl had disappeared, no one knew
whither. That there was no clua to bis fate,
excepting his horae, whloo came borne a few
minute after midnight with dark stains
blood upon bis breast and sides. Tbe grief and
norror witu whion at. oroix narrated these cir
cumstanoes produced a very favorable impres
aion on those who heard him: lor he was next
of kin to the earl, and upon bis death would
come into possession of the earldom.
"My child," said Lord Cantref, a few months
after, who was in close and earnest conference
with bis daughter, "I would not urge you to take
this step, were I not assured that it would reault
In your ultimate happiness."
"I don't doubt it father," said lady Blanohe
languidly; "but somehow tba very thought
repulsive to me. I never liked Mr. Si. Croix,
and cannot say that I like him any better since
his accession to his new honors. Tbere is,
my woman's Instinct, something treacherous
and cruel In the very glance of his aya and tbe
I .mind nf hlavnlne."
w "... i . . i.
"xou are prejudiced, my daughter," said ber
father: "1 see nothing of this. Indeed, I oe
lievc him to bean honorable man, and in every
respect worthy of yea, Xou bare no brother,"
ha added solemnly, as his daughter male
reply, "aod will soon have no father, for my
race is nearly run. It grieves me to leave you
so unnrotected. and it would take the last sting
from death could I see you Lord Egberton'
wire."-.
"Let it ba as you say, father," replied Lady
Blanche, indifferently, "bioce Walter is dead,
oars little what becomes of ma." 1
."Tba earl has been waiting soma time to see
vou. Blanche." ha continued: "may he come
in and receive your consent from your own
llpsl" w -a.,
Lady Blanche inclined her bead; and in
few momenta tbe wily man was by her side. '
'I hara no heart to give too," she said,
reDlvto'hla earnest molestations,' lifting
eyes calmly to bis faosj "but my haqd is yours
whenever you choose w claim t K
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"K the moat devoted and tender love
win your heart, it cannot fall to be mine.
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Noy, Lord Egberton," laid Ladv Blanche
firmly, !, will a?.U little. AllThVh.ir? th.
I have la buried in Wait... . v.. .
dmayVoaaD.rneI."D y" ""U i
Tbe earl murmnrarf a r ....i. - . l
fi !heD Il8lD bel bM0 "PMtfully to bis'
iJK"-.?,1"1 7tT'.,Dd "wonting bis horse, rode
..F.u,, wwara agoerton Hall, his heart full of
.aU.Wuu nia sucoess. Ai ba waa passing a
suddenly crossed bis path, startling his horse so
wilt, " rlyJ fh.re,r hlm off from th Mdal
the intruder' 'lnpclio,, " lnrnd "-'.
"It is I, Edward St. Croix!" said a deep hoi
T TP IV !Dd. lDroiDsT back tha cloak, tha
pale light of the moon fell npon tha UU form
Ha V0mtD' cUd ln t"Dge, fantastic attire.
Her flashing eyes were black M mldnI-h
also was the heavy mass of disordered hair that
fell below her waist; her oomplexion waa dark,
even o swarthluess. Yet, in spite of ber wlerd,
unearthly sspeot, there was something In tbe
general contour of her face whiob showed that
bus naa once possessed more than
common
ueauiy.
"Afdellel" exclaimed St. Croix,
as ton-
M,','Naiy' Eudw.atd-" "id woman, with a low,
bitter laugh, "not tbe loving and trustful Ar
delle, whom yon lured by your vile arte from
ber happy home, but Cleopatra, the gypsy
queon!" eur-v
"I I thought" RtammArof. th. ...1
"You thought me. aa vou Intanrlad ma in ha.
(lead!" she said, Interrupting bim with s still
more bitter laugh. "But. m ir.f
does not always kill, even when administered
by so praoticed a band as yours. I have many
an antidote suoh as you gave me on tbe nlgbt
of our last meeting 1"
"You are talking at random, woman," said
tbe earl, sternly, recovering. In a.
salf-poisessioo. "What is It that vou want-
money V
"Not Tor worlds would I touch your gold, Ed
ward St. Croix," exolaimed the gypsy queen,
witb a naughty gesture: "red aa It la lih th
blood oi tbe innocent! No, I am oome to warn
jou, man, that tbe oup of vengeanoe Is nearly
lull, that the sword of Justioe Is ready, even
now, to detoeud upon your head! Go! aod In
stead of fulfilling the wloked purpose that is
in your heart to-night, mount your fleetest
steed, and esoape Into some far country, and
iudio vj a ins oi peuitenje, strive to retrieve
tbe past!"
"Are you mad, woman, to address suoh lan
guage to m?" exolaimed the earl angrily.
"Nay, bear me out'" said tbe giosv oueen.
calmly. "To-morrow is to be yonr bridal day,
is i um mat is, to witness your marriage witn
tbe beautiful Ladv Blanohe?"
"It is," replied ber oomoanlon. a orlm amtla
of satisfaction flitting aoross bis face at the
recolleotion.
"Woe to tbe dove when it mates with the
hawk!" said the gipsy. "Edward St. Croix,
was not tbe earldom enough for thee, that thou
must lay 'thy blood-stained hands also upon tbe
oeirotnea oi my muraerea oousto V
St. Croix fairly reeled npon bis saddle
"What do vou mean?" he gasoed.
"Nay, be calm," said the woman, mocking
ly, assne ooeervea nis agitation; "let not your
oraven heart fail you now. Dead men tell no
tales! The moon that beheld that deed of
blood, tbe river that reoeived the body of the
victim, - have no tongue to aoouse you. Yet
there is one whose eyes were upon you, and
whose vengeance will surely overtake you.
Go! I warn you to flee from tbe wrath that Is
coming."
The earl remained some seconds with his
eyes fixed intently noon the spot where tbe wo
man disappeared. The cold sweat started out
in large drops upon bis face, and his limbs
shook as it seized with an ague fit.
"She la no woman," be muttered to himself,
as he spurred his horse onward, "but a very
bend I Hut were she twloe the fiend that she
is, she should not stand between me and my
promised oridei"
He reached Egberton Hall in safetv. and en
deavored with large droughts of wine to drown
all recollection of tbe scene through which he
had just passed, nut It was in vain; those
black eyes seemed to be burning into his very
soul, and the tones of that strange, mysterious
warning still sounded in nis ears.
"Pshaw!" he exoUimed, af ter an ineffectual
effort to banish it from bis mind: "it is a mere
suspicion on her part; she can know nothing
about it. But let ber, too, beware; for if she
crosses my path again, I will send her where
ber babbling tongue will be quiet lor tbe fu
ture!" -
Once more Lord Cantref'a mansion is all
bustle and aotlrety. Tbe bells ring forth a mer
ry peal, for it Is the bridal day of the sole daugh
ter of his house, tbe Lady Blanohe, the Rose of
Glen Valley.
A murmur of mingled pity and admiration
filled the church as the bride entered. Her faoe
was almost as pale as was the oostly veil, whose
ample folds fell nearly to her feet, and bore the
impres ot deep seated melancholy. She look
ed more lite a corpse tnan a bride, and tne
whole proceeding resembled tar more a funeral
than a bridal. The bridegroom soon entered,
whose haggard countenance indioated that be
hadp aseed a sleepless night. No murmurs fol
lowed hie entrance, even among his own retain
ers, for be bore no resemblance to the lata earl,
bis predecessor, wbese affable and engaging
maunera bad made him a general favorite. His
morose, unsocial dispoiitlon and haughty bear
ing made him both disliked and feared. As be
took bis place by Lady xtiancoe fie looked little
like a happy bridegroom; his manner was ab
stracted, and bis eye wore an anxious and rest
less expression, and several timea he gave
sharp, harried glance around the churob, as
feariug ;to meet same unexpected guest. He
grew oalmer, however, when the ceremony com
menced. When the old roctor bade those "who knew
cause er jual impediment why those two per
sons should not be joined together in holy mat
rimony to deolare it," it waa considered
those who beard it as a mere matter ot iorm,
and thev were startled by the sound of
deep, hollow voice in tbeir midst, which
said :
"Hold! I forbid the marriage."
Tbe bridegroom turned toward tbe plaoe
wbenoe it trooeeded. He started, and grew
pale, as his glance fell upon the swarthy brow
and flashing eyes of Cleopatra, the gypsy
queen, unaoasnea ny nis angry glance,
the many eyes fixed npon ber, she exolaimed
boldly:
"1 proclaim toward bt. uroix, lalsely called
the Earl of Egberton, to be a forsworn lover,
treaoherous kinsman, and a murderer, and
therefore no fitting mate for the pure and gentle
Lady Blanche bantref. '
"It is ialae she is mad!" said tbe earl,
hoaraelv- "Let the ceremony proceed.
"Fool!" muttered tba woman, "you rush
vour own destruction. Walter, Earl of Egber
ton," ana aaoeo, impressively, turning toward
a man who sat in the back part of tbe church,
muffled un in a large cloak, "oome forward and
Drove tbe truth of my assertion."
. At these words tbe man arose, and throwing
back tha cloak, revealed a faoe, which, though
pale and ghastly, bore a strong resemblance
tbe young earl's- Then walking deliberately
up the alale, he approached the alter, and fixed
his eyes sternly upon tbe countenanoe of
guilty man. .. When St. Croix's eyes fell upon
him, he stood like one transfixed with horror
Then, throwing bis arms wildly above hi head,
as if to protect himself from futther approach,
be fell beavily to the floor, blood gushing from
his mouth and nostrils..
All but one among that borrot-strlcken group
supposed it to be tba spirit of the unfortunate
earl, which bad retuf ned to take vengeance
his murderer, and feared to approaoh bim. But
Lady Blanche, rushiog forward, threw herself
wildly upon tue bosom of her lover, obtaining
convincing proof as she did so, from tbe warm
kisses tbat foil npon ber oheeks and lips, that
waa no spirit, but ber own Walter. ""..
..When tbey lifted St.. Croix from, the plaoe
where be had fallen, they found that life bad
departed. It seems that tbe wounds given to
the young earl were not, aa bis murderers sop
posed, mortal. His plunge Into the liver, instead
or rendering his death oertam, restored hlmtt)
ooMQ'Ousnts, and when ha arose to tbe snrfaoe,
he made a desperate effort to regain tha shore.
In this he would not, probably, bava been suo
oessfui, for he was very weak from tha loss of
blood, had It not been for tbe gipsy queen, who
was crossing tha river lo a boat with soma of ber
followers. She picked him np.oonveyad him to
her tent, and, with the most devoted and tender
oare, nursed him through the long and dacgeroca
illness that followed.
Tbe earl, on hla recovery, became aware of
his oooaln's usurpation of his estates and title,
also of bis betrothal to the Lady Blanohe; but
retaining a grateful sense of bis indebtedness to
the heroic woman to whom he owed bis life, and
wbo, in spite of all, still cherished a strong af
fection for his treacherous cousin, he allowed
her to warn bim, hoping that it would induce
bim to flee the oountry, delaying for that pur
pose his appearance until tne very last moment.
There was another bridal day appointed, at
whloh there were happy and smiling faoe; the
Lady Blanohe, the beautiful Rose of Glen Val
ley, gareber.band to Walter.Earl of Egberton,
at the altar" of the ivy-olad church of Stoke
Cantref.
Both the earl and countess tried to Indnoe
Cleopatra, tbe gypsy queen, to settle down in
the neat pleaaant cottage tbe earl had given her.
But they eould not prevail upon ber to give op
her.roving lire to which she was so strongly at-
tacbed. she made it a rale, bower er, to visit
Eeberton Hall once a year, and tha earl arava
sirlot Injunctions to all of hla tenant that neither
she nor ber followers should ever be molested. -
Many yeare have elaneed since tbe events
here recorded; but in remembrance of the ser
vices rendered by tbe ktpst aueen. any member
of that wandering tribe wbo visits the neighbor
hood has always a hospitable reception from tha
deeeendante of the Roe of Glen Valley.
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'Stomach, Languor, Liver Complaint. Chills and;
fever, or any Bilious attack, uosuveness, acuiuj
A the Stomach, Nervousness, Neuralgia, Pamta
Uoaof in Heart, DepreseioB of Spirits, ruroa
f imp lea oa tne raoo, or any au.aM arising irons
nnnra blood, inch a BcrofuU, Krysipelas, Uruu
hitla. Oeush. difficulty of Breathing, au all Jia,
jelass of disease called feniale weakbeee. aud
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numerated above. W will U say th traveler d
Uxooaed lo epidemtee, change of climate aud wet- ' .
lar. will find It a oleasalt, sale and sure remedy,'
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aad aona snould ever itavet wiioouu mauer.
i rm It. for aaiu ra vou you will nnd In It i nana
kndeed.a well as a friend la need. All prsousof&.
ssdenUry BablU will find ita peneet preventive oi
lu well a. cure for thoee ailmenU to w biota they are
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InarUoaUrly noed. Uno xetnUUretadenu,al
lorneys, literary gentlemen .ana laaiee wno are oiu
aeeusioaeea l mnaB eaiaoor xrawa, win nua m
to their advanbu Is keep a bottle constantly on
band; and, abors all, mothers, or thee becoming
saohi will go through tbat most deogereus period
no! only win all tnatr aoeusumaa eusnwia, eui
saf and free from tbe thousand allnMat so prev
alent among uwramal portion tt th world, luj
ihort. It la Indeed a mother's eordut. Try It, old
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land oung; n longer rn IB risk of delay ; it will)
relieve and prav llseu wnpnaucaiiy neewm
lu Cardial and Blood JitHOixUor.
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O. I . WOOD . DroDrfeter. 44 Broaaway, a
York, and 114 Market Street, BL Louia, Mo., aool
sold by KOBAR1S a SAktUKL, Oolumbus, Ohio
lead all god. DraggisWi Vrto la DolUi
per Bottle. , . BrohW-vwowiy
CORDIAL

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