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VOL. 'VIII. NO. 115' WEif 'SEMES;,- - , COLUMBUS; OHIO; WEDNESDAY ; MORNMG. OCT: 23, 186L i BIX D0L1AS3 FES TEAB, InTribIy la Adrtncf. ; '"1 1 V fcfJfv f ', I ,. ,, , j -. 1 , .i'.'I ll ': J l.'i J" ... Oljia Statonmn D A IXY. TKI-WEKLY AMD WEEXLY. WIAWYfENNY & MILLER, PUBLISH) BB AHD f B07BIXT0BI. ILT Office Nos. 80, 88 and 40, north High St TURNS INVARIABLY IN ADVANOB. Daily - - 8 00 per jr " By th Carrier, per week, MM etnts. tfl-Weslrlv 8 00 par year, Weekly, , 1 00 rriu of Advertising by the square. u uie I yeai...S20 00 One " ! mci.tha 18 00 Jne K months IS 00 )r,a " 'i month) 10 00 line '.' month) 8 00 :ne ' I month. 5 00 On square 3 leeki. $4 00 . 3 00 . 1 75 . 1 00 One 1 week. One " 1 week.. Ona 11 3 days Ona " Sdays 75 On " 1 Insertion 50 Dl Irtyed advcrtlnment half mora than th abort lit OH. Alveitlsements leaded and placed In the column oi Bnecial Notices," double th ordinary rate. All notices requirea to be published by law, legal rata. I: ordered on the Inside exclusively after theflrit week per con;, mora than the above rates; bat all aneh wll appear In the Tri-Weekly without oharge. B.nlnem Cards, not exceeding are line, per year, In at le, 1 i id per tine; outside tit. Moiicesof meetings, charitable oc(etle),fircoompnlos Jto., half price. Ail traimitnt aiUertUmunt mutt b4 paid for in fmtnre T-.e rule will not be raried from. Weekly, same price aa the Dally, where the adrertlsei as the Weekly alnne. Where 'ha Sally and Weekly are both used, then the charge lor the Weekly will be i:l the ruU'Sof the Daily No advertisement taken except fort definite period. BUSINESS CARDS. f. a. 2. smxms, AND NOTARY PUBLIC. JlBca Ajnbo) liullding, oppoiita Capitol Square. COLUMBUS, OHIO -A.. OSBORXB, Attorney & Counsellor at La-w, MARION, OHIO. OOXaXTIVIDBXTISI Machine Manufacturing Company M ANUFAOTUaKiJI OF ' STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS, Catting, Hill-Oearlng, Hachinary. ALSO 1 .allxocica. W oris. 0 i-viar DucurrioN. coummis, uuio. 0UA8. AMBOB, Bnp'l F. AMB08, Traat. decll, l.M-tf 1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.—Time Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I RAILROAD. CoLLeollug at Crestline with lha PITTSBURGH!, FT WAXNE k. CDIOAQO KAILROAD For Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and BaUimor. Alto for Fort Waym and Chicago. Connecting at Cleveland with the LAKE 8B0UI BAIL ROAD for Dunkirk, Ilulfalo, Albany, Iloav 10 11, and New YorK THREE TRAINS DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, from Oolumbua, In connection with Train) on lha IJTTIK HI I A mi AND COLUMBUS AAlDXDNlAKAlLilOAUtl. IIBBT TRAIN. ' NIOI1T EXPRESS. Learea Columbus at 3.40 A. M will leuve passenger) at all station south of Gallon, slop at Delaware, Ashley, Cardlngton and Gllead, and at all stations north of Gallon, arriving at Cleveland at 0:00 A. M., Dunkirk 3:00 P. M., DuSalo 4:25 P. M. Allnny 3.90 A. M., New York 8:35 A. M.., Boston 3:30 P. M , Pittsburgh via Crestline 3:20 P. M , Philadel hia .1:10 A. At. Chicago via Crestline at 7-00 P. M. SECOND TRAIN. NEW YORK EXPRESS Leave Columbus at 11:10 a. m. Will stop at Lewis Centre, (for White Bulphur Hpringi), Delaware, Cardlngton, Gallon, Crestline, Shel by, New London, Wellington and Grafton, arrive Cleveland at J.Ji p. m.i Dunkirk, B:SU p. m.i Buf falo, 10:25 p. m ; Alliany, :45 a. m.i New York, 1:45 p. u.; Boston, 4:40 p.m. This Train Oonneotaat Shel by for Baudutky, and at GJafton for Toledo, arriving xoieuo at v.w p. m. TBIBD TRAIN. ; ' MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leave Columbus at 2.30 p. m. Will stop at air slatlona South Shelby, and at : New London, vfellingtpn, Grafton, ana uerea; arriving at Cleveland at r:3u p.m.; Dun1 kirk, 2:0U. m.i Buffalo, 3:20a. m.i Albany, :20 p.m. NewYork, TM p. m.; Boston, 11:45 p. m. Pittsburgh, via urettnne.at ii:up. m.; rniladelphla, l:uu p. m Chicago, via Crestline, 6:45 a. This Train connect at Mielby for Bandusky and Toledo, arriving at Toledo Htn.oap.m. , ., , - .. Patent Sleeping: Can are ran on all Night Trains to Chicago, Sew , York and Boston. .'. , Vj , -, SayQaqt Chtcktd Through to Au- York and Jhtton via ixeveutna; ateo, to fhuaatuphia ana . ' Hew Yurkvia OreeUine. . RETURNING. Nltht Express arrives at Columbus at. ..11:15 P. If. Cincinnati fcxprese arrive at Columbus at 10:50 A. Accommodation JCiprees arrives at eiolumbul at . M. v faro aa Lo,wttl Tof any other Route Atk for TicktUwa CfttlinMr Clnd4i. -- - b.b.flist;; 'j Buperlnternlent, Cleveland, Ohio. JAMES PATTERSON, Agent, '' -- ; .' ia Ctrienibu, Ohio.- Columbus, June 17, 1801, ,,.,(, v. -s,-.:f 1 a a nr." cn oiieew and kiLACK 1VU XRiA 1VU nag prime jho vone. 1 50 pocket oU Dutch Government Java, CeaW" TR hAffS CeVlOn tJGhee...:, -r .i.Jrr, tM,..1 eOObbl). standard White Sugar, consisting' of dred, C brushed, tiranuuted A and B conee. . 60 quintals GeorRe Bank Oodflab. in ' b :i SObbla. Mesa and No, I Mackerel vi.i, H te. Pick Salmon. , . v .a -i 1 00 bx. Layer Basjln. SObf. box do do lOOqr.boxdo de . , ... .r, 1IJU u Uigars, umcreut sraDuana araaea. novfl- - ' ' WM.MoD0RAI.15. T X3003X And Blank-Book Kannfantwer. HOBTB KOH IXBISt, cotnjtBna, OHIO aarll-dl Red, White and Bine KIBBCWS IfllLKS, NECK TIES. Jut opened by ' aprM , . BAIN a BON,.),1 No. S9 South High (traat. A NEW HOOP KT V. bin B AIN Ob DON, Vo. M, SOUTH BtaU BTMII Have Jut received a ne make of HOOF SKIftTS BnUhedla a mannet fat asparier toxj yet iirfr4ae DURABILITY AND PRACEfTflNESSL taatt.;' ,.v... 1 ''. .' ' ' " tmv vb :' ii M,.yi At- t tYW! j at at of M. 7:50 Pew ,,.. iA' The lateit The Larreit The Beit 1110 i'ueapest JBecauia tne JJeit, "The Moat Kellab.ifl Standard Au thority of the Engtiah Language. SUt Hundred Sminmt Edueaton of Ohio, thk wpt Nnr.iHn nrnTTriviRV wytnt." , ' rry Mm Ettryvihtr. "He 1 a are upwards of a Hundred Tooojand Word). whose mnltifarloas meanings and dertTatlona, together with theli correct sDelllni. and Bronnnclation are clearly Mt before tha ava.' Cincinnati Qmmerelat. Rtad tht Decisions of tho Uemlert of th Ohio Slate ltaoMr't Association. Th nndeniirned. members of th Ohio State Teacher)' Association, adont and aim to nse in teacblna-. wrlllni and speaking, the orthography and pronunciation it noroester uoyai viutrto uictlonary. ana we most oar dially yeoommend ltaa tha most reliable standard a thority of th Kngllsh language, as It I) now written and spoaen. IiORtaj Ahdriws, President Kenyon College. M. D. Lswarrr, Superintendent Zaneaviile Sohooll. Tho. W. Hakviy. Sup't Mass! Ion Union Schools. M. V, Oowdut, Snp't Pnbllo School), Sandusky. Joan Lyhch, Bup't Publio Schools, OircleTllla. B. N. SajiroRD, Principal Clereland Vernal Semina ry. WH. Mitcbill, Snp't Pnbllo School), Mt. Union. Joan Oaout. Prlnclnal Bute Normal School. Minn. lot. . . Ctkob Naioh. Prlnclnal Fonrth Intermediate School. viuunnau. H. S. Watih, Snp't Canton Union School). SnwiH KceaL, Principal McNeely Normal School. Bi t T. limn, Prof. Mathematics. Ohio University. Wk. W. BDWtKDs; Bup't Troy Union School. A. 0. Horams. Prlnolpsl Welt High School, Olere- land. . . B. A. Norton, Associate Principal liign Bcnooi, were- iaa- ...... Sbcosori Btirluis, Principal uigh school, uier land. B. J. HoMirroii, Principal Clereland Institute. J. A. Qarfuid, President of Xlectio Institute, El ram. W. Ii. Harru. Prof, of Chemistry, Ohio wesieyan CnlTeraltv. B. 11. Barhxt, Ex 0ommlsslraerof Common Schools, umo. . Jam Mokroi, Prof. Rhetoric Oherlln College Twoa. Hit.i PHWIdent Antlrwh Oollerfl. O. W. H. Oatiioaxt. Prof. Mathematlo. High School. Darton. 1. O. Grumiauoh. Prof. Language, illgh Bchoou vayton. B. At. Barkr, Bup't Union Schools, AshUnd Uor than Sim Hundred other Prteident of Coll. oei, Froftort, Author and JHetinguuhed Muta tor, an maortea th aoov tmnmem. PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO; Marietta Oouiai "It U tnly a magnificent work, an honor to th author, tha publishers, and the whole aoin try." r resident Andrews. Onto Wrat,rrAnUKivnuiTr.",'It exceeds nvy expecta tions. It will be mt eulde In orthoirraohy and pronun ciation, and will often be consulted by roe for iu neat and acenrata definition." President inomroon W. K. XcLCOTwOouMi. 'Heretofore we bare and Wahster'e orthography. At a recent meeting of Faculty.it waa decided to change It to conform to of . Worcester') Boyal Quarto Dictionary." President Garfield., - Wimcit KssiRvi Ooixrsi . "I find It worthy cordial approbation." President Uitcbcook Onura Ooi.uni.-k"It more than meet) my einecla' tions. I recommend It as the standard authority orthoepy to my children and my pupils." President Morgan. . .....-. .. . ' AjrnocH Colusb. "I adopt and aim to use In teach Inr. writlna and ineaklni. lha orthotraohv and pronun ciation of Worcester' Boyal Quarto Dictionary." President Bill. A . .. In all sir wrltlnir. sneaking, and teaching. I hare deevored to conform to the rale for orthography pronunciation as contained la Worcester' Dictionary." uorace Mann, lata rreeiaent.. , Kihtok CoiLioi. Gamiiir. ''I molt cordially recom- moid It a) the most reliable standard authority of aintflUh Iuiiium u II la nnw written and BDoken." 1 11 Preildent Andrews. SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS 0FOHIO from Ret. Anton Smyth, Commissioner of Common . SolkotM in Ohio. ,. it ' "Th Dictionary 1 an Imperishable monument tc learning and Industry of It author, and an honor to world of letter. Tht mechanical execution isfarsnpe- trior w ub oi any ouior jjvaiuou mvu uivu a u. iijuauitedt" from lion. Ja. it. Jturny. ArwrnntHnvwr Ocnooi in unto. "The moit reliable standard authority cf th lan guage." ) WHAT THB : TJeadins M"ewaipapera of Ohio Bay . i Iromth Cleveland Herald qf JfarcASS. The orthography of the Worcester Dictionary I niedhv mnat. If not all. author of distinction In country and England, and oonform tc the general of ordinary writer and speakers. i Whatever nreludloee mav have existed nravlousV, careful study of this volume will invariably be followed by a warm appreciation or it greai menu, ana aeem to add it to the well selected library, be It large or mall, It la a library In Itself, and will remain an impensna- ble rtoord of the learning or it oompiier. i from th Cincinnati Commercial of April 901 Hera are onwards of a hundred thousand word food. bad and Indifferent whose multifarious meaning) derivation), together with their correct spelling ana are set clearly before the eye. The work nquestlonably the greatest inssaurusoi nguan-norus ever published. .. Iron th Cleveland Platndealer of Sept. 30, 18C0 T.wtentl Woemna'a Boval OoaRto DictnKaT nrt only the last, but the mi soor of IM la4 w mued ,and can by no posaibiUly culler by oomparisoa oontrevcray. : s. ' - ' ; J . From the Toledo Blade of Xa C9 As to noKOKciATiox, WoRoxem is eoa Stawoau followed by our best authors; in aenmyon) ne nothlag to be desired, and in OaTHoaHArarr 11 is sufflctsnl to my that Woacarrxa can be aattiy loiiowea i " - INGHAM ft BRAGG, PnMfakcra, Bookseller dt Stationer, NO.. 191 SUPERIOR ST., QLBV1LAND, OHIO, mai9 THE MUTUAL BENEFIT JEE INSURANCE COMPANY, i j . t ''-.' lwarls.f Ns T pi videna January 1, 180 1, 45 Per Cent, ABBIT8.;......'...V.V..........'.t.V.V.31!50. .Statement Jann ary J. 1 88 1 ; Balance, peraUtement Jan. 1st, J8G0...t3,fOS8) MMIT1 IVC AlviailVHi ( Ing th year 1W0 .....t703,W3 ' Received for Interest during - ' the 'jear swi MMt.-..,.v-xi,ui ia - t,-.,,, J- Total receipt for 18Bn....aOT7,O07 74 PaidClaimebyDeaih,Si7,Ooil uu , v, fald PoUciea surren- ' . , 1 v. derec 41.111 v; 1 1 Fakl Salaries, Pott- ge,il'ajtee,,, JJ.,, " : chant, ato....... 3I.C20 64 ,t : Paid Ooasmiaalons to n it ' tnis di..vj 3n a ". PaldPhystclana'fee., 5,ik 75 . j -. Paid Annuities 1.517 00'' Paid, Dividend urr . . : i i ' tog the year A....lBa,300 75 503,001 3 411,078 Net folaac January letrieShvw.. : r..3,dis,55 - - ,r Aim. (!, v. Oashc hnd..1.;..t..i. 'UC384 it) Bond and MortggeBTtMrr-T J state, worm . aoiy ttpt v ti amount toaoal. U aXUlJUl Bfl t ll t 5 l rremiuia nvuvt vb x-vikicb. ...v ... . la force, only drawing 0 per' eentj Interest. L,279,Pn4 17 Real BsUte S0.S93 17 Loana on Serin ... 5.831 44 1 Pnmlucn. Notes and Cash, In t A eooraa of trnnaBuasioa.... a,au 75 .'Toial Assets..... ,S3,81S,JS,50 7,875 PolJdH la fcree,uunrlng......a,4ao,038 i 1,435 new Pollcle have been Issued, daring sh year. '' After a oareful calculation of the pretentvalue cf aataundlng Pollcle of th Company, and having neemmerv emount ka reserve therefor, the have declared Divmm of 45 per cent, on the nald at the table rate, t all po Holes tor Bf la uued prior to January 1, 1860, payable according present rale of the Company. Rate for all kind of Lit Contingencies, Prospeet ms, Statement, and Application, will be wrraouT cauaaa, at the Olfie or Agerjoie of VM - pacj.' i -v ..... i I ROBT. L. PATTJRSON. President. r i IT t.S.ROYIR,le President. MUa. u. BiLLnn, Becretary, h. H. BEESOPr, Jr7m, l,., W - ,(K Jotaoon Brook. HllrelS8,jiOT(Q p;-iCmu,0 PfjAII AND riGCnCt BLACK - DUBS SILKS- mt STerv grade. .Th most BtMrtaest In the tity; and at mMtreaaonaoia rate. BlAIM ROM. tuu ffjm , . Jfa. M Seatk lTlakatiM IV.-V Vtrn. . n- VH v VT,I 5.1 .. . 1 CT , our of in en' and the the the (hat this and pro nunciation, Is i or 39 14 50 t the the Directors Prtmi a fore to the furnished Com- I select a . 9' A compound remedy, designed to bo the most effectual Alterative that can be made. It i a concentrated extract of Fara Suraaparilla, combined with other aubstancca or still greater alterative power as to afford an effee tive antidote for tha diaeasea Sariaparilla is reputed to cure. It is believed that such a remedy ia wanted by those who Buffer from Strumous compiauiu, ana tnai one wra wm accomplish their cura must prove of immense service to thia large class of our afflicted fcllow- citizena. How completely Una compouna win do it lias been proven by experiment on many of tho worst cases to be found of the following complaints!- - i Scrofula and bCROPiaous uosipt,aints, Eruptions and Ervftivs Diseases,, Ulceus, Pimples, Blotches, Tumors, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Stpkilis and Syphilitic At fect;ons, Mercurial Disease, Dropsy, Neu ralgia on Tiq Douloureux. Debility, Dys pepsia AND INDIOESTION. ERYSIPELAS, ItosB on St. Anthony's Fiub, nnd indeed tlio whole class of complaints arising Iuvuiii tif ov TUB lSLOOD. . JLi This compound will ftfj-xtiund a great pro moter of health, when taken in the spring, to excel the foul humors which fester in the blood at that acason of the rear. By the time ly expulsion or them many rankling aisoraera aro nipped in tho bud. Multitudes tan, by tha aid of this remedy, spare themselves from the endurance of foul eruption and ulcerous sores, throueh which tha system will strive to rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do this through tha natural channels or tne oouy by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out the vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions, or botch i cieunse it wircii yuu unu it, ia uu atructcd and slusrosh in tho veins ; cleanse it whenever it is foul, and your feelinsa will tell you when. . Even where no particular disorder is xcic, pvupie ciijuy ueuwr uvuibii, uu aiu lontrfr. Inr eb?nnaingr tha blooa. Ivcet) tne blood healthy, and all is well j but with this pabulum of life disordered, there can be no lasting health. Sooner or later something must go wrong, ana tno great macnincry 01 lue is disordered or overthrown SarsaDarilla has, and deserves much, the reputation of accomplishing these ends. But tho world has been egregiously deceived by preparations of it, partly because the drujr atone nas nor, ail ilia virtue iimi is ciuuuuu for it, but more because many preparations, pretendintr to be concentrated extracts of it, contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla, or any thing else, Dunns lato years the public liavo been mis led by largo bottles, pretending to give a quart of l'.xtract or earsnpnruia tor one aoiiar. most of these have been frauds upon tho sick, for they not only contain little, if nny, Sarsapa rilla. but often no curativo properties whatev er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment has followed the use of the various extracts of Sarsaparilla which flood tho market, untd the name itself is justly despised, and has become synonymous with imposition and cheat, bull wc call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend to supply such a remedy as shall rcscuo the name from tho load of obloquy which rests upon it. And we tliink wo have pround for believing it has virtues which aro irresieiiuie by the ordinary run of the diseases it is Intend cd to euro. In order to secure their complete eradication from the system, tho remedy should be judiciously taken according to directions on the bottle. PREPARED BY DR. J. C. AYEll & CO. LOWELL. MASS. Price, t) 1 per Bottle i Six Bottle for $3. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral . ha won for itself such a renown for tlio cure of every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that It is entirely unnecessary lor us io recount ine evidence of it virtues, wherever it has been cm- cloved. As it has loner 'been in constant use turoucliout tins section, wonccu notuo more man assure the people its quality is kept up to tho best it evor has been, and that it may he relied on to do lor tueir relief all it lias ever been round to do, Ayer's Cathartic Pills, . - FOR TEE CUBE 07 Costiveness, ' Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Dytenicnj, Foul Stomach, Erysipelas, Headache, Piles. Rheumatism. Eruvtions anil Sm Diseases, Liver Conmlaiut. Dropsu, Tetter. Tumor and Salt Ithewn, TPbrmj-, Gout, Neuralgia, as Dinnef Pill, and for Purifying tlte Blood. Thev are suenr-coatcd. so that the most sens! tive can take them pleasantly, and they are the best aperient in the world for all the purposes of a ramuy pnysic. Fries 23 cents per Box ; Five boioj for $1.00. Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States men, and eminent personages, nnvc lent tncir names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of tlicio remedies, but our spaco here wiU not permit the insertion of them. The Agents below named fur nish gratis our American Almanac in winch they are given; with also full descriptions of the nbrivo eompUints, and th treatment .that should be fol lowed for their cure. Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with other preparation they make mora profit on. Demand Ayeb's, and take no others. The sick want the best aid there is for them, and they should have it. . All our remedies-are for sale by BOBKRTS k SAMUXL. Colnmbns. And by Druggists and Dealer everywhere. nowird.twaw ' CAK ADI AN t TjmTZD STATES MAIL i BTBAMEB9 1 TUANUt'MUJTI LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW, Liverpool, Montreal, : Quebec, I . and . .. - The Montreal Ocean Steamship Company') flrst-clsss full-powered Clyde-built Steamer tall every sal. u relay from PORTLAND, carrying toe Canadian United State) Mall and passenger. NORWgQIAN, , ; NORTH AMIHI0AN, BOHKMIAN, ANGLO-SAXON, NORTH BRITON, . HIBERNIAN, CANADIAN,, NOVASCOTLAN. tihortcet, Clieapeet and ttnlckctVon I ' reyauce ireiu - AKERia TO AU PARIS 01 XtTROPX. . -, . Rates ot FaeMaaa to Euroi , 830, goo. ao. Will Mil from LTVSRPOOL erery Wedneadity, and from OUK11E0 CTery Baturday ealllng IKnONDlCRKY. toncelveon board and und Mai U I Puienirers. to and from Ireland and Scotland. ILrTbe Steamer) are built of Iron, InwatoMlght oomparunenis, carry vou au upvrreuci guricvo, very attention ia paid to the comfort and aocommoda- tint, or rjaaaenaera. a uev pniovea mini to uvn uvn DBRY, the ieat rlak and delay of calling at St. John's a avoided. Slasgow pass angers are fnrniened with ran rasng ticket to ana iron aionaenaeriy. . lumrn slckMs arranted at rMueea rate. Oertltcatea Issued tor carrying ta and bringing sat pa I aenger from all the principal towns of Great Britain 1I.1MI., imi.WM aan ' -. by the WABUUIUTON LIN Of BJUL1NO rAOHJklB, leaving Liverpool every wea. . ..-' Slarbt Draft fa l and apwards pay ante in. r.ugianui arwiwsiu, buw-... ' land or Wale. Tor passage, apply at the OBIoe. 83 HBOAB. WAT, NeKf Vera, and 18 WaTEll MT., Liverpool, ' - S1BEI SXASXX, esneral Sgtnts, Otw- tj. R." ARMSTRONG. olO-ljd.W Post Offloe, Columbus. Ohio. i i Co-Partnersliip. - i InAYB THIS AT APniTTED BOB JAMIS ADQIR BAII aa naru,.. In neaa, which will bet after be eondueted onderthe 01 nam m no.: r. VAIN, W Mcath Ulih SI. Columbu, I 15, 1661. ; HE2VBT KiXIILKKi" a.-...-- ftt of Phaloo's BstablUhment, N. T.,) Proprietor ine aiew soia hiuvbuiv Dnavme. Hal. nnuina. Shampeeemgi Omrltngawl Dresng Saloon, Raai ..atrett, era the- Poet OHloa, where aaUsfaeUoa be give. uAue vanoos atSLachee, Ladies vniirmo a nan neu aopw in ene Bess aVM. - afW" .VHH JA Vlf." ,(;tt, t-V.'V sr-j r-rnfinH.-.j;-nK .v4 Summer Arrangement. Little Miami Columbus & Xenia Lac RAILROADS. or Cincinnati, Dajton & Indianapolis! Through to Indianapolis without Change of Car and but On Change of Cam between Colnmbns and St. Louis. ' 'our Trains Daily from Columbus. ' FIRST TRAIN. , ACCOMMODATION at S a. m.. HoDBlnr at all sta tion) between Columbus and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar riving at Cincinnati at 10 05 a. m..and at Darton at 8 10. m., oonneotiriat Dayto for Indianapolis and tha West, . . ... , . SECOND TRAIN. Ho. 1 KXPUE38 at 11.40 a. m..tonnlnrat Jefferson, Loudon, Charleston, Cedarvllle, Xeuta, Spring Valley, Oorwin, Pre. port. Port Aneisnt. Morrow Bt., Lebanon, foster'), LoveUnJ and Mllford, arriving at Cincinnati at 4 30 p. m., Dayton at 2.45 p. m., connecting with the Ohio and HissLitupl Bailroaufoi Louisville, Ky., Vin. eeones. Cairo, St. Louis. New Orleans, etc: at Dayloa (or Indlanapolia, Lafayette, Terra Haute, Chicago and all Western points. THIRD TRAIN. , , MAIL at 0.10 p. m , stopping at all stations between Oolumbua and Xenia, and at Bpric.g Valley, C :rwln, Marrow and Luveiaad, arriving at Cincinnati at 8 a. a. FOURTH TRAIN. RIGriT EXPim4. via -Darton. at 12 00 midnight stopping at London, Xenia, Dayton, Mludletoffn and Hamilton, arriving at umcinnati at a.sa a. m.;aiuay ton at 2.55 a. m.i connecting at Cincinnati with tha Ohio and Miulmppi ltailroad lor Louisville. Evansville, VltiCenues, Cairo, ft. Louis. Memphis, New Orleans, and all points South and South-west; also, at Dayton lor Indianapolis, Lalayetle, lerre Haute, Chicago, eto ll r" For further Information and Through Tickets, apply to M. L. DOIIEBTY, Ticket Agent. Union Depot, Columbus. P. W. BTRADER, General Ticket Agont, Cincinnati. JNO.W. DOHBBTY, Agent, Columbus, K.W.WOODWARD, Superintendent, Cincinnati. Columbus. July 14, lil RAILROADS. EAST. RAILROADS. EAST. CENTRAL OHIO AND Steubenville Short Line RAILROADS RAILROADS COMBINED! CONNECTING AT liELLAIRE WITH TUB BALTIMORE & OHIO, AND AT PITTSBURGH WITH TUB PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RATLROAJD: FORMING THB Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable Route to all Eastern Cities ! Trains Leave Columbus as follows : MOKNINQ EXPRISS Leave) Columbu) 3.30 A. M. from Union Depot, via Bellaire or Bleubenville t arrive) at Bellaire, 10. '-'U A M.: Htaubenvllle. l'J.SOP. M.: PitUbursb. 3.40 P.M. Harrlsburg, 1. 10 A. M.i vfn AUentuvm, arrives at New York 8.00 A. M.I via Philadelphia, arrive at Phila delphia. 5. 10 A. M.I New York. 10.30 A. M. Connect alto at Harrlsburg (or Baltimore, arriving at 7.4S A. M Sleeping Cars attached to this Train Froln Columbus, run directly through to Bellaire Pittsburgh without change; and l'asicnger via Alien town arrive in New lork ate A. si., imwo nouns in advance op northern LINES. This Train also connects at Bellaire with Baltimore and Ohio Railroad PITTSBUKOII EXPRESS. Leave) Columbu) It !5 A. M , from Vnlon Depot, Bteubenvlllej arrives at Newark, 1J 50 P. M.i Coshoc ton, 8. 15 P. M.; Bteubenvllle, 0 P. M.i Pittsburg, S.40 P. M. ITT'Ihis ia tne only route by which Passenger) em leaveCinclnnatl at 7 A. M., go through to Pitta burgh in daylight, without change of car) or delay. PAST LINI. Learea Columbus S.15 P. M., from Union Depot, via Bellaire: arrive at Ntwark, 3 33 P. M.j Zanesvllle, 4 33 P. M l Bellalre.7 .55 P. M.; Pittsburgh, 11.25 M.; Harrlsburg, 0.00 A. M.j via AUentoum, arrives at New York, 4 P. M.i via Philadelphia, arrive Philadelphia, 1.10 P. M.; New York, 6 P. M, This Train also connect at Harrlsburg for Baltimore, ar riving at jr. at. Thia Train runs through to Bellaire or Pittsburg with out change cf Cars; and from Pittsburg there Is change of Oars to Philadelphia, or via Allentown New York thus oaeilng , . The only Route from Columbus to Baltimore, Philadelphia, or New York, with ouly , . one change of Cars. By this Train Passenger arrive In New Toik hour In ad ranee of the Northern lines. This Train also connect at Bellaire with tht Baltimore and Ohio B. B. ITTbia Route is 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg, and ' more than iw mile shorter to New York, than Northern Lines. Baggage Checked Through to all im - portant Points East. ' ASK FOR TI0KKT8 VIA BELLAIRE OR 8TEUBENVILLE. Ticket Good arer eltber nonte JNO. W. BROWN, i den. Ticket Agent Central Ohia R. R. ''.-'! I. A. BUICH1NS0N, Oen. Ticket Agent Steubeuville Short Line. JelO ana at and auu - and " ,: V HIT kn. Bra Stat) will end GUERHSEY'S BALM! GUERNSEY'S BALM rtEiTlOVF.S AND Pit liV HINTS IN- IX SammaUon and pain, and heals the worst bum. scald, braise, out .or fresh wound of any kind, prevent) swelling and pain from bee sting), mosquito bites, poisonous plant, neuralgia, rheumatism, ague In breast, salt rheum, ato. when taken Internally, It positively cur eroup in children, and give uamedlat reueiuiuie werssewsw or wis wmow cuupiaiuti remove hoarseness and sore throat. Prloe, 115 cealar bottle. Should be In eve lihoua. To-raliby Drug. gistaaaa Btoreaeeper. utkiijus, : eoie rroprietor, a ,. epruceii ,e ion oottdawlyl No real Justice caa be done the above preparation but bv orocunn and reading descriptive iiaaiiibletaA be found with all dealer, or will be sent by Proprietor on demand. Formula and Trial Bottle sent to Phyai ctaes. who will find development In both worthy weeeptanoe and approval. - Correspondence sonciteo irom an wnoae neoeeiiies curiosity prompt to a iriai 01 u awve rename ueme die. ... . . . - ' - lor sale by th usual waoiesai ana retail dealer eveiywhere. JOHN E.. HCNNEWELL, Freprleta . . 1 OHISIIBT AND PHAaalAOtUTlST, ' Kl 9 Commerelal Wharf, Boston, Mass. Robert a Samuel, N.'B. Marple, J. R. Cook, J. Denlg, Q. Denis; fc Bom, A, J. Schueller A Sun, (or Columbu. Ohio. . . myl-dly GF. NT MEN'S FVUNISilIlN GOODS. Novelties In Neca: Tie ana Boarra. - . v " " Byron and Garrot Collar. ... . " Bnibrotdcred Pocket Handkerchlefa. -Pari Kid OloTe. superior asaii... ( .i .j OoWen Hill ShirU, various atylea. ( Boys' Golden Hill Shirt,. 4oi .,., - T. ' Driving and Street Gloves, dd ': ' Hemmed Pocket Handkerchief, various styles. J Half Hoes and Under Garments, , I .a ' ' - - - BATH k SOW. aprlli . Ro. South High street. if--TQTjoRs:;;;;;t'r 1 A'BUiRXI.I OLD M0N6N0AHWJ.. , , . 4U lo. & DOUBBON. - 1 - 1 . J.rf SMMlvaJ ad for eal low for h. trr t ...... .. LACILLS ROSS A CO., unl ' - T Utl South Big Ii street, Ootanbus tin . ' TUMI, Dally, perear. , Trl- Weekly, per a sr. Weekly, peryeai .t e . 3 (10 . 1 00 The Criminal Witness. or via P. no to Dvs and tne will aiao. their or M Agents J.J . ' . , ' Ia th spriog of 1841 1 was called to Jackson, Alabama, to attend court, having been engag ed to defend a young man who bad been ac cused of robbiog the mall. I arrived early in the morning, and immediately had Along con versation with my client. The stolen mail bag nao Deea recovered, witn the letters from which the money had been rilled. These letters wtjre given to me for examination, and I returned tbem to the prosecuting attorney. Having got torouga my preliminaries about noon, and a the cas would not oome ctf before the next day, I went into court in the afternoon to see whut was going on. " The first case that cam up was one of theft, and the prisoner was a young girl not more than seventeen years of age, named Ellmbeth Madworth She waa Very pretty, and bore that mild, innocent look, which -we seldom find in a culprit She had been weeping profusely, bat at abe found so many eyes upon ber, the beoarao too trigbtentd weep more. ,- Tno com pi U, t acainit ber set forth that she hud stolen a hundred dollars from a Mrs, Niee- by, a wealthy widow living in the town, and the girls' rulstre. Tbe poor girl declared her In nocence in tbe wildest terms, but circumstanc es ware bard against her. A hundred dollars in batik notes-bad been Btoleu from ber mis tress's room, and she was tbe only one (bit had access there. ' At this juncture, when the mistres was upon tbe witness etsnd, a young man cams and cnught me by the arm. lie was a fine looking mau, and big tears flood in bis eyes. "They tell me you are a lawyer," he whio pered. "I am a lawyer," I answered. "Then do save ber! You certainly can do it, for she Is innocent!" "Ia abe your sister 1" "No sir," be added, "But but " Here he hesitated. "Has she no counsel?" leaked. "None that's rood for anything no-bodv inat u ao anything lor bar. O, save her! and I'll give you all I've got. t can't give yon much, but I can raise something." . ' I reflected a moment, I out my eyes toward the prisoner, and ahe was at that moment look ing at me. She caught mv eye, and the vol ume of ectreaty I read in ber alance resolved me io a momeut. I arose and went to toe girl, aud abked if abe wished me to defend ber. iShe said yes. 1 then informed th court tbat I was ready to enter luto tbe case, and was admitted at once. Tbe loud murmur of satisfaction tbat ran quickly through tbe room, told me where the avmpaibic of tbe people were. I atked for a mumeut'a ceaealion, tbat I might speak to my client. 1 went and sat down by her side, and asked her to uUte candidly the whole case. She told mo tbat she had lived with Mrs. Nase by nearly two years, and had never bad any '.rouble before About two weeks ago, she said her mistresa lost a huutlered dollars. - "She missed it fiom ber drawer," the girl said to ma, "and asked me about it. I said I knew nolbiug about It. That evening, I know Nancy Luther told Mrs. Naseby that she saw me take tho money from tbe drawer that she watched me through tbe keyhole. Tbeu they went to my trnnk and found twenty-five dollar of tbe missing money there. But sir, I never lock it and somebody muBt have put it there." I then asked her if she suspected anv one. - "I don't know," abe added, "who could bar done it but Nancy. She bag never liked me, because she thought that 1 wag better treated tban she. She is tte cook. I was the chamber maid." . She pointed Nancy Luther ont to me. She was a stout, bold faced eirl, somewhat about five and twenty years old, with a low forehead, small grey eyes, a pott nose and thick lips. caught her glance at once, aa It rested on the fair young prisoner, and the moment I detected the look ot hatred which I read there, I was convinced that she was tbe roeuo. "Nancy Luther did you say tbat girl's name was? I aeked, fur a new light had broken in up on me. ' "Yes, sir." I left (be court room and went to the prose cuting attorney and asked him tor the letiers bad banded him tbe ones that had been stolen from tbe mall bag. He gave tbem to me, and a Vint; selected one, 1 returned the rest, and told bim I would see he had the one I kept be fore night. I then returned to the court room, and tbe case went on. .... Mr. Naseby resumed her teetlmonv. . She said she intrusted the room to the prisoner's care, and thai no one else had access there save herself. Then the described about miselnc Ihe money, and closed by tellintr tbat ebe found twenty-five dollars of tbe missing money In tbe prisoner- trunk, one couia swear It was tbe identioal money she had lost, in two tens and one five dollar bank note. Mrs. Naseby," said I, "when vou first missed that money, had you any reason to be lieve that tbe prisoner bad taken it 1" "tto, sir," ebe answered nao yon ever neiore aetected ber ii anv msnoneeiy i j. t . ... . "IMo,ir." "Should you have thought of searchine her iruus naa noi mcoy Liuiner auvi.-ied aud in formed you?" "Mo.alr." Mrs. Naaeby left the stand, and Nancr La ther took her place. ' She came no with a bold look, and upon me she cast a defiant elacce, if to aay, "Trap me If you can." She gave evidence aa follows: She said that on the nicht the monev waa taken ahe saw tbe prisoner going np tairs,and from tbe sly manner in which abe went no suspected all was not right. So she followed ber np. "blis&betb went to Mrs. Naseby room and abut tbe door after her. I stooped down and looked through the keyhole, and aaw ber lake the money and pnt it In ber pocket Tben abe stooped down and picked np tbe lamp, and as I saw tbat she was coming out I hurried away." ' Then she went on, ana told how she bad In formed her mistress of tbie, and how she proposed to search tbe girl' trnnk. - 1 cailea Mr, nateny to tne atana.- " Yoa said tbat no one, save yourself and th prisoner, bad access to your room," I said. 'Now, oould Nancy Luther hare entered room If tbe wlabed." . - - "Certainly, sirs I meant tbat no on else any right there ":, r ) 1 aaw tbat jura. JNiwoy, tnonca naturally hard woman.was somewhat moved by poor Elisa beth' misery. . .. .. i -.s i. - -'.r..-.;-r,- "Could your cook, bare known, by tny means In jour knowledge, where yonr money was?" x es, sir lor so naa oi tan oome to my room while I was there, and I bare often given money to buy provision of market men happened to be oomlug along with their wag on" . : '' "One more Question: ha vo yon known th prisoner htving need any money since wasttolenl" . . .. ? "No, sir." I now called Nancy Lutber back, and she gan to tremble a little, though her look waa bold ana aenaut as ever. . .,. Miss Lutber," I said, "why did yon not fotm your mistress at oncaof what you seen, without waiting for her to aak for tbe monevT"- . . - ... j. . "jjaoanse i coma not at once make np mind to. expose tbe poor girl,", she answered promptly, -. . .. , , .. . . "Yoa sty yon looked through the keyhole and saw bar take tne monejv "YtS.Slr.'?,.,, t ... ,; "On tha bureau." .... . "In your testimony tqo. said sh stooped When she nicked It op. What, do yon mean man- , ,.... ..' .-.a ' The girl be!ttd, and 'Anally she said- did not meat) anything, only that she picked tne lamp. . ..,..... ... i '.-.'.' r t "Vert well, now long bsTSjjft been ftt.JMrt, NasebyV" "' " ' r-..ti;t;:t ll dj:v ) t-iaa "Not quite a year, sir.", i v "How much does she pay yon a week?" "A dollar and three quarters.".' "Have you taken up any of your pay since you have been there?" "Yes, ir." . ' . .. "How much?" ' "Idot'tknow.slr." "Why don't you know?" "Why ebonld I? I bar taken it at different times, and kept no account." ' "Now, if you bad wished to harm the prison er, could you have raised twenty-fire collars to put io her trunk?" w "No, air," she replied with virtuous Indigna tion. . "Then yon have not laid np any money since you hare been there?" "No, sir, only what Mrs. Naseby may owe me." . "Then you did not have any twenty-fire dot lars when you came there?" "No, sin and what's more, the money found in tbe elrl's trunk was the money Mrs. Naseby lost. You m ght know that if you'd remember what you asked her." This waa aaid very sar. caatlcally, and was intended a a crusher upon the idea tbat abe should have pnt the money in the prisoner's trunk. However, I was not over come entirely. "Will you tell me if vou bolone to !hi State?" " "I do, sir." "Iu wbat town?" She hesitated, and for an instant the bold look forsook her. But she finally answered, "I belong in Somers, Montgomery county." I nsxt turned to Mrs. Naseby. "Do you ever take a receipt from vour eirla when you pay them?" "Alway." "Can you tend and get one of them for me?" "She baa told you tbe truth, sir, abjut the payments," said Mrs. Naseby. "0, 1 don't doubt It," I replied, "but psrtio ular proof is tbe tblng for tbe court room. So, If you can, I wish jou would procure tbe re ceipt." She said she would willingly go, if the oourt said so. Tbe court did aay so, and she went Her dwelling waa not far off, and ah toon re turned and banded me four receipts, which I took and examined. They were signed in a strange, staggering hand by tbe witness. "Now, Nauoy Lutber," said I, turning to tbe witness, and speakirgin a quick, startling tone, at the aame time looking ber sternly in tbe eye, "please tell the court, and jury, and me, where you got the seventy-five dollar yon sent in your letter to your sister in Somers?" At this she started as though a volcano had buret at ber feet. She turned pale aa death, and every limb shook violently. I waited un til tho people oould have an opportunity to . V. : , . , r i . . eto ucr eiuuuuu, auu men i repeated tne ques tion. "I never sent iny," ahe gasped. "You did!" I thundered, lor I was excited now. I didn't," she faintly muttered, erasDine th railing by her side for support. " may it please your honor, and gentlemen of ..mm . . . " tne jury," i said, as soon as 1 bad looked tbe witness out of countenance, " I came here to defend a man who was arrested for robbing tbe man, ana in tne course or my preliminary ex amination I bad access to the letters which had been torn open' and robbed of money. Wben I entered upon this case, and beard the name of the wituees pronounced, I went out and got this letter which I now bold, for I re membered having seen one bearing the signs tore of Nancy Luther; this letter was taken Irom the mall bag, and it contained seventy, five dollars, and by looking at the postmark you will see that it. was mailed the day after the hundred dollars was taken from Mrs. Nase by's drawer. I will read the letter to you, 11 you please." The court nodded assent, and I read the fol lowing, which was without date, save that made by the postmaster npon the outside. I give it veroaum : " SisTia Doacos : " I cend vou bear seventr five dolers which I want you to cepe for me til i oum bum i cant cepe It cos im a feered it will git stole dont tpeek wun word to a iivin sole bout this I dont want nobodee to no ive got money, you wont will you. I am furst rate unly that gude lur notbin snipe of liz madworth is bete yet but i nop to git over her now yon no I rote to you Dout ner. give my love to ail Inquirin Irens tbis is from your cister til death. NANCY LUTHER. aa "Now, your honor," I said, as I gave him the letter, and also the receipts, "you will see that the letter ia directed to Dorcus Luther, Somers, Montgomery county. And yon will ob serve tbat one hand wrote tbe letter and signed tbe receipt, and tne jury win also observe And now I will only add, it Is plain to see how the hundred dollars were disposed of. seven- ty-hve dollars were sent off tor safe-keeping and the remaining twenty-five dollars were put in the prisoner's trunk, tor the purpose of cover ing tbe real criminal. Of the tone of parts of tbe letter, yon must judge, j now leave my client's case in your handa." i be case was given to tbe jury immediately following tbeir examination ol tbe letter. I bey had heard from the witness's own month that she had no money of her own, and without leaving their seats, they returned a verdict of "Not guilty." I will not describe the scene tbat followed but, if Nancy Lnther had not been Immediate ly arrested for theft, she wonld have been ob lfged to seek protection of the offi cers, or the cxoited peopio would have maimed ber at least, if tbey had not done mire. The next morning I received note handsomely written, In which was told that the within was but a alight token of gratitude due for my maiden effjrt. II waa signed by "Several-Citizens," and contained one hundred dollars.- Shortly afterward tbe youth who first begged me to take np the case called npon me with all the money he could raise! but I showed him tbat I had already been paid, and refused his hard earning.. ". Before left town I was a guest at bis wedding my fair client belns tbe happy bride, the bad a ' A Goon Jokk on tri Comdoctor or a Slow Taain. Toe Oawego Time tells the following good story at tbe expense ot a conductor known among tbe "boys" aa "Aleck:" "On the two o'olock alow freight train and passenger tiain irom Syracuse, yeaierday, wee lady ana ner son, a youto oi gooa uimemions the latter travel ing on a nan ticket. 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V " ' :: . : To OaaaTBT HatcbaI, mat ever offered te the world, containing not a particle of Opium, nor any aub stance but it strictly vegetable and medical properties. A sure Remedy for Ninaauou, Rhcumatism, Ouct, Too-ra Aire KaB Aohb, C atari h, Roaaoa 11 a v I wa, i and all minor Neivous Complaint. . Ton Loss ov BLkar. and Headacne in ail it varieties. R bas no equal, and to which moat undoubted testmonl- ala are offered. . .. Toa Dauaroa Taaana It la a moat perfect remedy. I oa Bowo. CoaruAirr. after removing the pain It acts a a physio, a moat Important contrast with the coustipa- tory eneoi oi opium. - To Phytkriana, formula end Trial Bottles will be tent, and to Dealer or Inveud descriptive pmpslet without - v prepared under tne special supervision oi . 3 . ; "3 OWN L.. lITfNNfcwKLL,1 "' ,'"i'; cnuiirr Aia rBAACnisT, , 1 ,,r ' Ho 8 Commerelal Wharf, Boston, Has. , To whom please direct all comniuutcation. . . t. frloe Large Cough Remedy, 50 cents per bottla. , ,, . Small " S3 " , " "j :-' Tola Anodyne, ') ' . - tot al by to a sua) wholeaal and retail dealer,. - - everywhere. ROHNBTSa IMUUCU, If. B. JSAkPM, ' JOHN II. COOK. . ' J: M. DKNIU, ' 0. DCNIS SONS, ' -A. J. SCnUBLLHIt A SON,. myl7-wl .r . - . Agent for Oolumbua, Ohio. B AIN & son, . Bo. 29 South High. Street, Xolambras, ARl NOW Off XRIN& ' ' " - " mo yard IravoUn Dress Oood atSH, valu A ,.. . IS oeota. w SSOO yard Traveling Dress Oood) at ISX, va'ue '20 cU. SWtte yard Bngllah Bwaages at Ufi, value S3 cent. lOWyardafreaoaOrgandleaatLtH, value aO cents.- Bona yarda fast tlolored Lavas at Iu. lale lo eenl. - i IOU0 yards foulard Dress Sllkaat 37 H, value W cent. . . ISO yarda Super Plain Black Silk at I 00. value l tS. Robe of OrejaadM Borage, and BnglUa Berage, l en, naif their value. -. -j. . . , , ,. .... i BAIN A SON, JeM , '. 89 South Ulab Street... t , T?AWC ILK, A'. . IANUX DKBSB BiLAB, I it V. . .-. vasiui uaaoa B1.1.AB, I'l , We are bo offering our lamenae stock of f anoy Press -, Bilk at prloe) lea than vr before offered In this city.' , The aiuaskia eg the ladle of this elty and vicinity te oHeitad, M'vtoek a very Btleet and eamplete la ail rKie. ot goods ia uii) uaa. - rataa bain. BoWe. He. 19 South Ulan, alreei. ' in BeNWRTi) UIBRONS) TAIU,AND , BUUJ4IBvaww)tyi,jaMopen!idbr . aim A anw. : . SS leeiUi lUga street. '