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F0k VIII. NO. i 309, NEW SERIES. )H 1 1. n 1 1 COLUMBUS. OHIO, SUNDAY- PEKING. JUNE 8. 1862.' six bciiae 'ra tub; (. iriT- i--- ---l -; "-TfcT. r- "--- I K V-1 1 -jrrTr-V'-Yl Trr-rT I r - - V !IL 1 !,' .. -1LI U l 'I I"J I 1 11 ' II 11... ' r NL X JlllI It. I 1 1. a; !' c ,1, ? H I 'i 1 1 I I 1 1 . I I r f 1 . 1 1 II II jtwMt'tman DAILY, TEI-WOTLY ASD WEEKLY ' ' 2 fl S n - - t IMANYPENNY & MILLER, ? rm fUBIIIHJEI . 1ND PBOPEIITOBI. KT Office Dot. 88, IS and 40, Horth High It -, , T1BM8 INVARIABLY IN ADVANOB . . Daily , . .' . . MODmiiiu 53 vm,T wee,-is Hats. an-weeny ... s O pw ytar. 00 " Jorm I Advertialair fcjr ntiqu.r 1 yi...20 00 Oat II moctha IS 00 On " B mouth. IS 00 On. " 3 month. 10 00 On. " . 8 month. 8 00 'tOM.i 11 month. I 00 One tqaar. 3 weeka. . 4 00 On , " (week.., I 00 On. 1 ' lwek..tl T5 On. Sdaja ... I 00 On. " Sdaya... 75 On. " 1 InaerUor SO DUpiayed advertlHmenta half more than tb tor rate. ; EAdverUaemMit. leaed Mi placed In th. oolnmi of apectl Xotmei," doubit tks ordinary rata. All notleea required to buabliahed b law. ImmI ratM. If ordered on the .( 7 i w cinh mora t .ppeertn thelrl'V Bnilneai Oardi, i If ordered on the inalde exolulTely after the drat week than the above rateal bat allanch ll Weekly wlthont charge. i not exoeedinv flva llnea. tier av. tn. iuo, uu per lino, ouwae f;v.- , j ' Notlwa of me.tingi, .ovluUea oeleUea,flr oompulea, ko., half price. Ml transient advtrtUtmmt mutt it paid for in Mdvane The rale will not be taried from. Weekly, lame prlp. a th. Dally, where the adtertlaet , aea the Weekly alone. Where Tie Daily and Weekly re both need, then the charge i.r th. Weekly Mil be air the ratea of th Dally Mo adrertlaement taken czoept for a deflnlt period. Summer Arrangement. Summer Arrangement. 1862. 1862. EAST. (-l tadSk. CENTRAL OHO AND Steubenville Railroads OTfEB IEB 8 It or let t Qnlckeal and Rlost Relit bio Heute, TO ! I Pittsburgh, Hamsburg, Baltimore, Washingtoii City,' Philadelphia, '' New York and Boston. Direct conneotlonB are made at BeUeire with tlie i . i Baltimore and 'Ohio Railroad, ( :, , j, And kt rittabiugh with the I ! Pennsylvania .Central Railroad, Train Ieare Columbus daily (Sundays ex cepted; M follows: j . , T.Vf ' u moawmu. J:A.M., . 3.3a f, HiViOOLCMBOl, ( . S4, Bi U J0A.M. aRRrfftl aT billajm. 1U U0 P M. ) , 10:90 A. If. . AKKITB AT ITlCBnmLLl, ,. lfcw r. m. ltie r. m. tis & a. i,. abbitb imtnui " 3:15 fj M. :K0 A. at. 3 Si P. M. 8:00 . K . Via Baltimore and Ohio Ballroad: .. .11:40 A. U. 10:00 P. U. Arrin t Raltlmor. 0:00 P. H. 0:00 P. M. : J rArrivastWaahlrjgton City. 0:43 P M. 6:45 P.M. Arrtre at Philadelphia.... 11:00 P. M. 11 Oil p. M. - Arrtre at New fork 4:1S A. M. :1S A. M. ' V larnniylTn(a Central Kallroad: ' if f l J bi Line. Ziprea. Mall. la Pltlabnrf h. .. .8:30 P. M. :00 P. M. 3.00 a. M. ArrlT.aBarrWier,fci(Jr H. S:00A.M. 1:00P.M. Arrive at Hblad'a.. A. M. SMOa.M. S:SSP.U. ArrlT. at New York, E.tMl P M. 8:30 A 11. 10P.M. Arrive at Baltimore, U:30 P. H. 6:011 A. M. 0:30 P.M. AtrlTeatWaah. Clty,:)P. II. 9:00 A M. ; 'Paaweof era dnirlnf ttckati to the above ronte via th Ptnaaylvenle Ballroad or Baltlmor and Ohio Ballroad ihoBlo be parUcalar to aik for them Tla Bellalr or IUbdbtUi. , J li SLmtft ''' ' v ' General Paaa.nger Aent Summer Arrangement. Little Miami Columbus & Xenia RAILROADS. lot Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolii! Through to Indianapolis withont Change of Cars, " "' 1 ' and bnt One Change of Cars between W ' f Colnmbni and St. Loots. V . On . and T Af tw Monday, Mar S, 1862. " ' ! . .- i' 'f .:1 'I ii ! '. i! I " .Four; Trains Daily from Columbua ' .(rr ,''r.;0 vFIRST TRAIN. - ' CINCINNATI ACCOMMODATION at i:ti a. m.. topping at all athtlona between Oolnmboa, OlnoianaU . and Dayton; ;L Dayton 8:3Tt dq wiud, arnvisr ai uinoinnui at iv.ju a m. at , t arm at Indianapoll at 1:34 p. m. '1 . SECOND. TRAIN. - j.a "IXPEBSBat 11:30a. m.vitopplDg at Jefferaon.Lon-.7- i i Aen, Char tea ton, Oedarvllla.X.nla, Spring Valley, Oor- hiivwlaw fori Ancient, Morrow, Booth Lebanon, foater'a. ,,i f. Lot. land , and Milford. arrrrlnt at Olnoinnatl at 430 "j.i.p.- m., at Dayton at B:3S p.m. i arrive at Indianapolii 1. 1 . at : p. m., eonnoeun at vmeinnau witn in unio I'UU A and Miaataalppl Ballroad fo Kt. Ionia, V In cennn, Cairo, ,a a je.: aonncotlgt at Indianapolii for all point. Weit. X'tl!e?.ti h.Trf 71- ' f V y . ..... y t ,,t i)rlKt.o-...r:ll I I 'a THIRD TRAIN. ' :.r", Pi a i.l H itj. m vl . - ) -7 . . - - !v- ' , h:-.7f4't MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION at 4:10 n. m..atOD- 'ir.'B pin at all atationa between Oolnmbai and Cincinnati; ' u 01 amviagatviactnaauat WJVp.m. ., -i' Ti' 'OURTH. TRAIN,.' ' KlflHT IXPRK88, wta DajrtoB. at 18:00 midnight, c icoppuiat uswuoD, unaruaioa. itnia Davton, Mid die town aad HaalltAni' arrtvlng at I iaoinnatl at 8:40 a. eoBDjeUng with Ohlu and Ulaliiali pi Railroad for iiunum uuuiBTiiiv, vairo, oi. iabii, te I arrtTing at indlanapoita at 7:is a. m.; oonnectlng at Indian. apolla for Lafayette, Terra Baate, Chicago, and all grouts neat. .v.? ,-:.' i ." ' , i SLEEPING CARS ON NIGHT TRAINS 1 JCT for farther Information and Throngh Ticket. OolnmbB. i r ppv ,v w. .wnqiu, union vepob P. W. BTBADBR, Oeneral ticket Agut, Olnoinnatl. ' i JNO. W. DOHBBTT, . ' ; . Agent, Oolnmbai, . : X. W. WOODWARD, ' ink Boperinteadeut, OlnclnnaU. ColaabM, May 5, m C ALEHOUSE, . Ho.:178Korth fiigh Straet, - COLUMBUS; OHIO. ,,' rriTlS lioTEL'lS' BCT ONE ANT) a 1 HALff BQDABBd from the Depot, and person ar 'rlTing er wishing lo tak pasaago on any of th aralna, will nod w U bobs aecHwuty a eonveiueui eiop- Paaaenger wattd Bp at all hear of th hlglll for tap vfi iM-traine i l ,1 .nu Kfrdanta, to salt the tlaei. )3TJ v: tl 1862. 1862. 1862. 1862. Summer Arrangements.---Time Changed. Great Northern & Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS AND AND CINCINNATI RAILROAD. OonneoUngat Oreatlln with'th PITTBBTJBQB, FT. J ' ' WATHI 0HI0AQ0 BAILBOAD , tor PiUOntrgh, PUhtdOpUa and BaltUnort. Alto f for Tori Wayne Oftd CkUago. :.l Connecting at Olerilaad with the lAXI BHOBI BAIL .i. .1 '. : 'i 0 AD !. , For Dunklru, Bnffalo, Albaur. Boa- ton and i fork. THREE TRAINS DAILY, ' KOlrf BTODAt,', ? : r Prom Oolnmbni, In eonneotloa with Train oa th . AND XCNU BAUBOAD3, : . l . i. WOtt TRAIN. - ' ., BXPaiBB Leavea Oolnmbni at 4:00 A. M. Nianr Will top aa veiawan, Aahley,. Oaraintton, OUead, uaiion.ana at an itation North of llOiii arrivlDt at Cleviiland at :S0 A. M., Dnnkirk 3:JS P. M., Baifalo . r . .Ulat, VBMllUlBrLVU WIA1 i.n., new iora iu A.MuBoatoa 8:30 P. M 8BCOND TRAIN. . y.9RK XPBBB8-LeaTO Oolnmbni at 11:10 "iu imp at Miawar. Oardlogton, Gilewl, Oreatlln., Shelby, Aew London. Wellington and Graf ton; arriving atOi.velaiKlatS:3SP. M., Donkira 0:06 P. U., Buffalo 10:2S P. M., Mew fork S.D0 P. M., Boa ion 4:o3 P. m. .' , . r : THIRD TRAIN. MAIL AND lI(i(Riui.ni n.iimh,. .t i.io a M. Will Mop at all nation onth of Shelby, and at " "uuun. neim gwD,raitoa ana berea; ar rlvtngatOlevaUudat 9:l0f. M. Dnnkirk8:MA M.. Baffaj. SS0 A. M., Hew Xork 0:00 . M., Boitoa 11.45 O0NNB0TION8. At Delaware with Bprlogfleld Branch for Bprlogfleld asdpotnuon lhatruad ai Creauiae wita Pltubargh. Pt. Ways. andOhloago Ballroad fei Plttatargh, Philadelphia and Baltlmor. Also for Chicago . ... At She ll, with Baaduaky, Manallcld and Nwark Ball road, for all point on that road. Also tor Toledo. tuSi w,th thon tot trie. Dunkirk, BaOalo, Mew York and Boaton. ratent sleeping Cara are run on all . aigntxrui, to Cluoago.Hew York and Boston. Banoagt Clucked ThmmghioStn York and Bolton jVts Xork via UwWm, .. . RETURNING. Night Bipreae arrive, at Oolnmbni at 11:30 P. M. Cincinnati axpreaa arrivee U Oolumbaasi 1100 A. M. AociinjmodatioB arrire at Oolamtm at 10:1$ P. M. . rare aa l bp aayatber Rente. ' i - - i - Aik for Tickrf wu Crmflin or CtaxUnd. ' " ' BWvaaaaBaBaMBlaamiaWBlBB '' ' , i.BPLbT,'. ' ., ., .BuperinUndant, 6lTUad, Ohio: v AMIB PAITBUBON, Agsnt," . ' '"' ' Ootambu, Ohio.1 OolBabaa, May.l4 - - ... - CoIuml)U8 Wholesale Liquor Store InACELLE ROSS 4 CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, O1P0I.T1B8 AND DIA1XR1 Dl Foreign and Domestio Winei, Sr&ndiei, ko.ke. AXB0, ' '' OLD RYE, MONONGAHELA ft BOURBON WHISKY. WAUHOCtl AND OTP 101. IM B0UXH HIGH II., COLUMBUS, OHIO. p8dlyl VM. II. , RESTIEAUX, (8U00IB80R TO McKEB St RB8TI1A0X) ; ' .. ' -. ;1 .'. .' .,. '. ' No. 106, South High Street,' - DIALKR IN GROCERIES, PRODUCE PROVISIONS- .Foreign and Domestic Fruits, " i. ' ::;' '. FLOUR, SALT, LIQUORS, ETO. : SYORACE &, COMMISSION ! JlylJ . ' A' ' . : ' ' ' ' i J. M. & V. KCERrJER. , Corner of Broad & Front Streets. OOLUMBUS, DIALlBS IN CROCERIES, PRODUCE i AND ; r PROVISIONS, vv FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS, 1 FlbuR BAIT, IIWOES, , ETC' OT8TIR8 BT TBI CAN IN TBI IB B1A80N. , ootSMly , ELEGANT .1IAIK NETS, rl BlAD and Prtnob'tso Veils, - ' 1 i Point Uoe Ooliara and lets, . ... UaltM Lao Ooliara, . . , , ', . ., ; i :. Jaw i,mi ,i" Na.MaoBthHi.g,-.. W . BAW 41031 '. . ) i;:! 0 ALL IAT, , . J. L. GILL & GOrJ'S .V.V .4'. ! NQRT.H.: HI0H 'SiRJEET, T; i. i . . y 151 v t!!' 8 vJ Cj.: . . . I T v I ' j r j. AND 8KB TH1 LABORS! BIOOsV THE GREATEST eVABItTTV, . AMD .1 ' THI MOBT BBAUTIPUL PATTI RNfi OP ver offered to th oiilieni of Oolumbai TH1T HAV1 j COOKING STOVES FOR COAL, I ' , COOKING STOVES FOR WOOD, .' . .I - . ,- AMD : COOKING STOVES - ., . ' Por either Wood or Coal C00KIBQ STOVES -. .. Por Large PamilWor Small Pamille, and rarylng Prlo from Three Dollars to One Hundred and Twenty-Five. PARLOR STOVES, Of every PrlM, Bias and Variety, for Coal or Wood. DINING-ROOM STOVES, . HALL STOVES. . ' Of many Patterns SITTING-ROOM STOVES. . STORE-ROOM STOVES. ! OFFICE STOVES, SLrrtxy Stoves, : " Both Cooking and Beating, i 1 Th tlghtert' and moat Portable Tent Btov evir , offend to the Officers of our Great Army. FURNACES, for Beating 5wllh)ga. Church, Stor room,oi ether - larg flttuaingi. LAUNDRY STOVES, "Vt r i "ii www v wiwm M ol 1 MOTT BOJLERB, ;;j:sT:: nr. O) W? t.-P"' ...it AGRICULTURAL BOILERS, ' SUGAR EVAPORATORS, . ; .'. T buoar' kbttles HOLLOW WARE. . DOGG IRONS,' , ' "SAD IRONS, TAILORS' GEESE, And many othrarUtlt-.nor any other man. .. 0ALL AND Ul XO. ' No! '92 Nortlt High Street ' :: COLUMBUS, OHIO. J. L. Gill & Son. BorSa-U COLUMBUS OPTICAL INSTITUTE. Tba Beat Artificial Help.ta the Haman Slant ewer Invented. . JOSEPH fl. TEB1EY, PRACTICAL" & SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN, KEEPS THE LARGEST- ASSORT ment of th moat Improved kind of Bpectaolei. All hi Q later. i, whether for near or far-elghted are ground b ooncavo convex form with the greatart ears, o a to salt th Bye of all eases, earing Waaknee Dlailnes or lnflaBiniattoa of th Byes, and imparting strength for long reading or fin owing. ' umos, u a ail ntaw iwreei, a Beimr a winner Mnito Store. sug5-dly Ohooting ; Gallery, , ryiHl andertigned beg leave ta inform hi trepd X that he na ntted np a 8H00TISQ GALLERY VERANDAH. ON STATE .STREET. tiood flnms All Suns, Plptoli and Refreahments. noTta-oi . .,3. ., vvnikAit aiuoAiuig. IRISH LINEN GOODS. ' .' BAIN & SON NO.' S9 SOUTH' HIGH c STREET, J Hairy sue tin and Bhtrtuur Lman. I Hedluaand fin Lines (oraolraogana Bojoms. pillow-Oaa. end Tab). Linen of all kind. Napkins, 007110. ttBokaxaot', Towel. V. Baaalaa and Amarloan Oraah. Olaaa Linen. - Dtapere. tllrd'a-y DUpera, Long Lawns, Ehlit rroni,ie eio. ;lt.-.., . Th good are all of the smiii rallabl Mkas, and wns m . , ..... UMWBUJU AjtVff - Golden Hill and Shouldcr f earn -QliirtQ. TBR1B Ply Luea'Ootlara, la all ibapaii flents Papar Collar; ... 1 icBeek Tie and Beard; r , ;-r. r i v ,.boprtor Bid flloves, all colors; ; 1 , Bnilteh Oottoo Balf Uoee '1 a a Under Shirts and Drawer of t t)3;W MertneLamba' Wool, i . . Sji Jlk aad eliakee flannel; m li An aU kind f Qeata' f BrpAaaiBg eoda ta the jreat. . r-i- ... n .hi veeaai UADdAawaalvfa. aaad Int tuaj aw Tansiw BhB vl swat -INBUIw-S O.ll n ,)? n, I id) 3.1 r.'r ,n l-vvi TcfuiBAIB a BOB. I e.wtitBi(Ii. JanJS '"inn ' I i 1 ' WEEKLY '-.a. PUBLISHED BY MAN YPEN N Y & MILLER. COLUMBUS, OHIO 1 1 Baring a circulation Larger, bjr Several 'Thousands, j Than any other papir In Ohio, ouliid of OlnolnnaU, OFFEBS FACILITIES FOR ADVERTISING Which cannot fall to bring Quick and Remunerative Returns. To thor who take advantage ef them. THli WEEKLY STATESMAN, DliUibuted.ailtU Through Every'Poatoffiw in Ohio , I found la the haaii of A Large Class of Readers, Whoi patronage j nloasl, aai who teldom tt th CaUyXditlom.feitrloarMlf; aadai enlr ' .7; . A LIMITED NUMBER -01- ADVEnTIOEMENTS Ar lawrUd In III eolnani, APPROPRIATELY AND HANDSOMELY DISPLAYED, They cannot fall tn Attract Attention la atlLooallUes. -- WHOLESALE DEALERS Adrertlitng in the ' WEEKLY STATESMAN, ' Wilt 8nd It adrantagaoBi la Tho Increase of Trade; . . ... fi c ' tl",- i : i . ' i- 1 , . .. Which. Is elmst otrtaln to follow ao ztniiT dliwmlaa : .i lia ajeo of t knowledge of their bails - xv-.' i--L5 u:.i M AMONG COUNTRY DEALERS. . r ;. , ' . Adrwtlseiaeal Intended fol ; , - fr :r.J J T w 't.-'S -i ) , ; .' 'I A VI. ' 3,teetlu4llrtM WtOO0. Sljljio Statesman llr, per year TrlWMkly.pertMr...; ! Weekly, per year taoe . toe . lee FLYING AWAY. I ew little bird Peroti'doD a lofty tree, . f listened while It aung , It aong right merrily. Bnt won snme nolw beneath ' . Th (ongster did affright, Then to a higher branch It qnlokly took It flight. But feeling yet nniafe. It hopprd and hopp'd again, Until th. copmoat bo.gh Itdidattongth attain; . And the, it spread iu wing Tet higher 111 to fly, , And then It .oared away ' Op to the bright bin iiy. Bow Ilk th Otrrlttlan, when By earthly earea annoy'd, Orntfferlng grief or pain. He tnd hit peace deatroy'd; Bl troubled spirit then Abor htm trlve to rlie 1 To ChrUt hi heavenly friend He then for refuge dies. Thui worldly trouble! oft . r Prov blessing in diagnlag; They lead oar onl from earth, And train ua for the akiee, Where our great Lord haa gen Bright mansions to prepare; ' Oh I may w. every on , Beit with obi earioarthar. THE FUGITIVE LIEUTENANT. It was while the American army was frecaioe and starring at Valley Forge, and the British army were riotiog and luxoriatiotr in Philadel phia, that a lame, dirty, beggarly looking fel low, waiKing wnn a orutco, approaobed tbe Northern outpoit of the roral force, and. with a sinple, idiotio laugh and leor, announced his Intention of entering the city, and taking the British general prisoner. - "Indeed! then I shall be nnder the necessity of arresting you," said a yonng subaltern, wink ing at some oi dis companions, and aisumiog a serious air. ' "He! bo! ho!" laughed the Idiot; "just you try it that's all " "rVby. my good fellow, what would yon do7" ''Do!" exclaimed the other, drawine himself op with an air of defiance "whr. I'd tell the great General Washington." " l oto, I'm alrald to enter npon poor arrest. so paea on; yon will probably find General Howe preparea to reoeiveyoa." I be idiot suddenly looked troubled, elancine about him wearilr and iiuDioionalT.aa if he i earea ne might meet tbe general be was so boldly going to capture, but. Anally, hobbled oft toward the city, wan some snob silly dialogue, he got past the different sentries, wbo seemed to give bim no thought beyond tne amusement ot toe time. By mgbt be waa falily within tbe town, aod kept on bis way, sometimes hamming snatches of old songs, and. iu general, not muob noticed bf sot. Tbrnnah one street after another, he continued to bob ble forward, until be came to one ot great length. oontainiDg a block of thresr story respectable bouses, which might hare been oooupied by pen-us in miaaie eircumitabces. ibis street was not lighted, and appealed deserted, so that woeo ne ettpsea Dei ore one or the dwellings be wu not peroeired. ' Ha knocked - at the door. A woman's head appeared at tbe second story window. . : -i "Won't yen gi?e mesomettimg to eat, ma'am T I'm nearly Starred," said the Idiot. "Yes. boor fellow!' replied the woman. In a kindly tone; "In a minute I will hand yon ome thlnB." "' ! - 'i Soon after a lower shutter Was nushed back and a hand containing some bread and meat ww vorwet nta r- iiu.- a; .j "Mother," said a low voice. "Gracious heaven J"- ixolaimed the female within In an agitated tone. Hush!" returned the beeear. in a iraarded whUper. A moment after, and tbe door was thrown open. Ties, ma'am thank yondon't oar if I do," as If in answer to an invitation to coma in. at the same time crowing the threshold, with an appearance ot aeep nomination. ioe moment tbo door closed behlad mm. the man dropped his orntcb, and flans his arms around tbe other, falrley sobbing 'momer: ae&r, dear mother. "William!'' exolatmed the other, Dressing tbe ragged mendicant to her heart; "oh! my dear, aear, wuuam: wnatistne meaning ot tbu i aad bow Is it tnat I find you in this sad plight!" "I have passed the British lines in this dis guise, playing tba fool to the sentries. ' But tell me now yon are, deep mother, and bow you fare in these troublesome lira eel" "Inditterenuy well, my son. The British are our masters here; but, so far, I have little to complain or. In the way of personal treatment Provisions are very scarce, and high, and only by tbe siriotest economy, shall I be able to live through, If they continue to retain possession of the city any considerable time. Your sister, Alary, is at your uncle's in Delaware, and will deeply regret that she missed this opportunity of seeing yon." "Are yon aione, mower i" "Nq: two English gentlemen are boarding with me." "Do they belong to tbe army 7" inquired the yonog man, quickly, nneasily; "and are they in the house I" "No, they appear to be private gentlemen, of some means, and neither is within, at present. But job look troubled; have yon anything to fear, my son?" "If detected, I my be bung as a spy." "Good heavens!" exclaimed the mother. In alarm; "Yoa terrify me. Are you here with out permission, witbont a paasT "Yen. did l not say 1 played tbe fool to tbe sentries, and got past them 7" "Bat I thought that was for your own amuse ment. Oh, William, if yoa ehould be dis covered. Why did y on venture in this desperate manner i" , - "I could not get a pass, and I waa so anx Ions to see you and Mary, that I resolved to risk all." ' ' "Quick, then, come up stairs, and let as fix up a biding plaoe, at once, before anything bap pens. Ob, William, I am so alarmed." i Both hastened to the third otory, and after considering several places, decided that the loft, close nnder the roof, might be the beat place for concealment, as the trap-door leading to it oould befaatened underneath, which would tend to blind the search; while the young man, if pressed, could escape to the roo), and by means of a long rope, fastened to the chimney, bOnld lower himself either into the street or yard This would not insure his escape, bnt was the best plan the two oould think of, and served to render both let fearful of detection and the serious couscquences. ' Having provided ' tbe rope, tbe mother, hastened to bring np large quantities of food, which he soon began to devour with a ravenous appetite, which snowed he had told no untruth, when. In the character of a beggar, be had declared himself in a state border log oo starvation. ' 1 :; ; '' i - Wbile be was eating, his1 mother piled him with questions concerning the army at Valley Forge, in anion he had.-a iieateoant's commis sion, and wmcn be had left on a furlough, and the answers of the young: soldier decided state of destitution and Suffering that caused his hearer to weep- lot teTt eympathy.-' Three thousand soldiers were down on the sick list at one time, and without the oommon necessaries of Ufa, had perished bvYnsdrsde: while ef those oapsble of doing duty,eoaroely any had a blank et to cover them at bigbf, Or food enough keep soul aod uody together. Pale, emaciated, ragged and dirty, many with their bear feel npon the frcien earth, they walked shivering inrougB toe camp d aay, ana arowedea them elves: together byinfghtv- to gH what little warmth they oould froas eaoa other's 1 bodi the most forlorn-Antl Vretchea let Ot.beingi auaa t( a uauvu vaucu w arms, v -Cyon "God helD nil" aiamil.tUul thm -...v. drjected tone. "I enppoee, after all our hard ships we shall be compelled to succumb to ear tyrannical foes." "Never! cried tbe young officer, "wblla there is a thousand men left in our country to make a desperate stand. We can only be conquered by annihilation; and If it Is God's will that a ty rant should rale over this broad continent, not a single true heart will live to feel tbe oppression and disgrace. Ere that tlm du, nMi, i shall be beyond thereaeh of earthly monarche!" "God bless too, William!-' orlsd the mother, enthusiastically grasping bis hand. - "Your Tathnv'a nl l . HM--i.- r- . . u "" r,," ui you. ue oiea on the Dstiie-neia witn those sentiments In his heart) and I freely give you my only son and hope to the glorious cause which his blood, and that or thousands of others, hallowed." For several days tbe Intrepid young officer re mained beneath his mother's roof, supposing bis presence to be known only to themselvee. But, one evening at the end of his fur tough, when be was beginning to thlr k about preparing ror bis secret departure, an officer and six men appeared at the door, and said be had orders to arrest one William Ruggles, supposed to be somewhere in tbe dwelling. i "Why, that is mv son." said th wMn. t. great trepidation. , . bo much more likely that he should be here, then," was the unfeeling renlr. i "And for what would von aiMt him ami what will be done with him If found!" "We shall take him for a spy, and if found guilty, be will be hung, of course, as every cursed rebel should bs. Here, you. Bent and Wallers, begin the search; and you. Jones and Johnson, remain where yon are. Sharp, now, auuijuu. me reupw oe tasen alive tf pos sible, but, alive or dead, let him, be taken. now, good woman, if be is in the house, of wnicn we are strongly assured, let him appear, end save yonrself much trouble; otherwise, tbe consequences be on your own head." . I "it yon think my son Is in the boose, search to yonr heart's content!" returned the moth-. externally calm, internally suffering. nnu lormwiiu tne searcn Began. Meantime the tonna lieutenant, wha had heard enough to comprehend his danger, had e auuui cuvcuog dis escape, but not alto gether In tbe aianner first intended. He ' went on tbe roof, It Is (roe, and lied the long repe to ue vmuiuev, caaung one eno or it aown toward the street, but this only for a blind He had seen that the bricks of tbe dividing wall be tween toe nouiee occupied Dy bis mother and one or two aojiining buildings, had been loose ly put up under tbe ridge pole, and hit present design wae to remove a few of these, erowd through into the loft of the other house and then replace them. This purpose be eflected be- r l t j t it , . tore mo soldiers learcnine in nim oama no near enongb to hear tbe little noise he was com peiied to make The open trap door of tbe roof, and tbe rope around the ooimney, served to mislead them, as he hoped, and ll was; with uiwBsw sausiaoiion wei ne nag neara toera an' nouoca tbe manner of his esoaDe. Immediate ly after, tbe whole party left in haste,' first threatening Mrs. Reggies with subsequent ven gsanoe, for haboring, concealing, and conniving at the escape of a rebel spy, even though the man were ber son. When full satisfied that the HolrilrJ xA gone, yanng Ruggles attempted to return into Die mowers dwelling bv tbe war b hl left. but In again displacing tbe bricks for thie pur pose, one oi mem supped aa went, flown throngh an open trap door, npon the fl jor be low, making a loud nolde. Immediately after a iiBm uanueu up uirouga ue opening, ana a timid female voice demanded who was there Hera was a dilemma. Should the soldier reply, hs would be exposed; and should he keep silence, a search would be made which might prove more serious In Its consequences. What was to be dooe7 A endden tneoiration salasd him. ' It was a woman's voioe, and womsa ara seldom steeled to vitv. j i He would make himself known to her. anneal to her sympathies, and throw himself upon her juueruj. j . . , - "Lady," ha began,' in a gentle tone, oalou- ibku u reassure nis fair nearer, "Be not alarmed. I am a friend in distress, the son of your next neigooor. 1 sm nun .ed ss a spy by British soldiers, and If found my life will be forfeited. If yoa oan not nitv me. for God 'a sake pity my poor mother, aod assist ma for ber sake." He oresented himself at the onnln of th loft, and boldly deeoended tbe ladder leading aown irem it aireetly before the lady, a sweet beautiful girl of eighteen, who etood with a light in her hand, and seemed dumb and mo tionless, with a commingling of fear, surprise and curiosity. . Tbe ponox man eontinned to speak, aa he descended, aad hurriedly went on w narrate au tnat Dad occurred, concluding with the search ot the soldiers, and his escape Into tho loft above. "Thank God, ll la In my power to aid yon, sir I" wsra the first words of tba girl, spoken with a look and feeling of sympathy that made tho heart of tho yonog soldier bound with strange emotions. She went on lo tell bim, that a cousin from New Jersey, ebon this eiie and build, and look ing not unlike bin, was then on a visit to the family, having a pass from General Howe. This pass she had been looking at, and, by ao cident.lt was in ber possession, the cousin hav ing gone out with the real of the family and for gotten it. . . i. . i "Take it and fly, and mar God preserve von." she said : "I oan arrange it with my kinsman. I oan have lost it, and be oan easily procure anoiner." one numea Bim aown stairs, throwing a cloak on hia shoulders on ths way,- which abe insisted upon his. wearing, saying that it bad belonged to a deceased brother, and he oould re tarn It at any future time. She then hastened ta get tbe pass, which abs placed in bis hand, and nrged him to go at once. . "If I could bnt sea mother for a moment," ha said. "No, no leave all to me I will explain all to her go while yon can, before It Is too late." "God In heaven bless yon, sweet lady 1" he said, impulsively seisins kar hand, and touch ing it to bis lips; "I will never forget yoa.? The next minute be was good. He eeoaped. And true to bis declaration, he never did for get the tweet girl who befriended him In bit hoar of psril. Years after; tbe honorable wife of General Rugglea was many a time heard to tell or ber first romantic meeting with him she loved, then a bunted fugitive from tha eontl- nentilarmy." ;.,. ... - -i.m F URN ITU R El a to COLUMBUS'"; CABINET COMPANY. ! Warerooms No. 262 South High Street, corner of tnend, This ooiriPAivir is coiriposE or a number of Jonrnavman Oablnat Maker, who bar oemMned together for the purpoee of npportlog their rami ilea and uemseires, ua t manuractare wrery ami o . i . ii 7 ; " I Fnrnitiire, Chairs,' Matrasses) Bed- . V steads, tjtc. 'eto. .' ", And will guarantee to ear ettlsens of town and country tnai tney win rorniaii a good tnnltnr a I maoarao' tared In the United Btatea. and at aatlafaeton Drtosa. TbaOompaay kce to reset a liberal (bar of pat ronage, as their motto I to 'live and let live " It wl give mem p lean re at any time to enow visitor throngh uieir mm wnouer parcnasmR or soi. - This Oompany I la sola agent fox tha sale of I 9, Messrs. Bailey & De Camp's Celtf- , . . uraitiu K3iuig Awm coirom, : Which, fortumplldtp Md'dnnblllty.'eaBrietbtascelled. Pleaeeosll and aunlne It. Prlo tram 3 so to It 50. ' Th talesman Is Ur. W. t HTJOHSS, Ions oonaeea dwtthUitmiUMasaeMtltkiHfna.r'raf ta Una of Huahea k Beeha. ... ... . .. h. IT. llrBVu;Trrq4A B. KmpiL, Treasurer. .-t..! "01 aqB-dSa B'eaisai xa war Btaa Besraa X War af Extermlaauata Bael Jiraaui I..a.e oa., Ta.,fcaCto.r. rlaaralsrua. ' ' PR ABTILLBBT II Dn. vrai b nrnsTj-o DEW&;iifeY! PSERraG;llBlT ri a . v vr.' '.. . . tj.r.A " AND cTOiEfj roaxkkcsa i maiian i . 10 ti Trf'! IS! -i t; in. ) 1 lT . 1 i . . l Dr. HurrTa Ca1hraiiil MnrrTsr t(r satv bottle. , : " ' Dr. Hurd's Unequalled TOOTH POWDER . one box. . . . -r r, i JtZla' Mgl TOOTHAOHB DU0P8, one oottie. - - - - i . ,. .. .to tIJ. Hurd's UnriraUed NECRALGIA PLAS- Dr. OtrtTt MATTPAt. a-' mil 'L.. TOOT B PIC X3. Me tla. - BroWti' D)H,"4', V", 5h it. Ptici OKI L01LAX; or,.8LX for $5. ?"ITAL TB1AB0RT makw a task-. following arue,i 1,, t, Thexreatlse an PresarTlaatba-re.au -Pald, aath.rece.pt VSSVtSA Pa' ?n!.J,,,a,l,,,r w Kmlgl.B ., !.??r'.B.'.a.dB. mat. 1L!LS, JZTJ ' "'C nwen c,no. or U (tamws. " . " of Thirty aeven OenU. . . , f reeevpi aaorers, , WM. B, HURO ek CO., vTribnno BaOdings; Nevr' York. s-Hoothaom dbJIp? w-'TWWDBB. ana tuuxhaoBB DBOPB oaaaot be aeal.br saail. but ? f 2Stoed Drag orWrteiS ---- vBw,.wBiowtns ttism- NOW.'' h 3-rr') Are Dr. Hard's Preparation Qoodt thi beal t erideoo that (hay ar I,' that thlls'flmeai MwdaBBdSN patro.. trtoSLrK? n. Da. Wuxu B. HBBafcawBrlBssCDwi5 trSSs- stSv. v-"iS BrVyB-ar'-WtU'rVhtBT WBIlB'SBlaeM DMHnl - - a thebeet known to th pnfesaloa. . Withoat the -STS adwartUtog, SMim Ur eld,tbna tytoi gro; The Editor of th BrMklyn nTTfcWaiia "tt 2?T3&OTi5'LHf w oora waw rwti with the fact that . -r, ... . raoa tbxu ui ca." . . ; , Ths we l-koown p. f. Barnna writes s r fhas allBp. We Had it the be Powder-J! wwevwaaed. I ahall fed obliged stT iwillaai m e.oth.rrua.ry.t th. u.1 Jlj!" mrrwsW'tsst th. Jharocal, d poll SXZXSmfc i. -' " '' ' 1 - . "x What will. DriL Surd's 'ItarUj.Aa .v ..Effect? : '.r,;,. Sa. HqassMOnTH WaaW ..j will n i .,.- rvnvma . . hhi Bneaaoaarm fa w wjoi Dream ana pearly teeth. Trv th i.i eleiuu th month from all foal eahaLatliaa; AadbT mm to day begin more r1 ntlr Snadinia ontoaUtytothU. Try tom,lH. PWM Da. Hdbd's MoBth Waah and Taott PtwWaia th S2fP.TM!UoM ta,1 mori ' taC B-lthiaoTaDd rrafrfridT banda more agrewbl. to their mtornZ wtvaKte UM hBsaandi. CBaptNli b. UMd tr ttt ARTIFICIAL TEETH, j which ar. Hani to Impart a taint to the mMtb. JL0"' 00AOH1 DROPS Mr-Mhsoh. oral Bt.Bta Wash and, fua. ai- i 1 ",r. ana ar tn beat frteoda that I 7 -""". m as vaiejrhildTB from torture aad thtinaerraa fm u r "Til!l .l inflerlng. " Punas and SfscSimr. I .... Ln . BHlt joar teeth. P, a trifllaf mm, yw. Taiw bm 5rSrTmiL,3!LUM whtel1 Bo thiol l" or T ,U, T St aethlng kettar. -Re mem ber that DTSPBPaiA unrln "DMPf lOM OP THlLDNaToor"tli Utah's i barrUoia aa tot. nm, 2, arrest dmy u poar owe ltO.T. rai rdMrM i, a-.. NexiralgiaPlastera.h j . i - i ii if'j ui a. Da. Hoaa'a XBTTBAEliTa Ntti. ... TBBSar th moat pleaeent and .ucooaaful tdii eves probed for thW palaral tfaeashSS appUei one. soon beaoaMa drowe kill aaiaeeT and f from pain, aad bo bllauTor ottorTZpUasat or btiarlooa ewinaaneaa l NsarOOS HbAOAOBB. tDDl, amnn AI . f"?f wi BBrely follow. 'Kotfaing eaa b obUlnedeanal vr- uara-. Ooatpraaj for Mralgia "Tlkera They are entirely a novel, eorioue. and original piepar ataoa, and woodeifBlly aaoeful. -TkeJ are ofHre aiia,ona email, for the faos, price M sotMhl the ner large, tor applkjation to the body, prlo 17 emits. nut 04 moHM m rwUfX f priotmuttmMm. t- , .toroJ What are the People Dolrigt i: Th Ajaertoan dcooI sm IntaSlbaai akL A i. ' preparation, that eoBtribate m ataoh to the !ml Be, of thos naing them, and they wit the. very raaU krlogaa lettiw.oBaa ardarlng tha nutAwM Ta- 2me th NmBj Purrax., ud Polaiew to AMng 37 eenta for the Moots Wash, ta ee ent by msU: bat to thee w ar eemplld I reply tha. fete ImtooaeV oi mi hdo a nan pint bottle by mall. The people want wwewwyjysjiw- j Kowtotha oCHA,CEFORTS. Bhrewdaawtseaamakea tinaU Wtao m'earrying tin erttaie anmnd lo lamlUe. t Ik Dawuav tj-aa-ca la the neateat article that a man or woman ma oan arewod. Bead feroneand we tr, better, a doseus whtch w wiM aalL. aa atmnle fnr S'- Areaai spppbwd lrbet ally with Olrculara jrp how ll th sue ta g tats th bualne, to do gTo4, sod make profit.., W are pecdlow tOMiaeniU r lb kaseft.' (genta. Mew Bngland bmo and wemenl hers k siia.sJaa.ial a ohano to au. the ad at Ita Sood. - i. Address, '.: t ,;! !.' ,1 t3cf MSa j,ii"i '.'-:: '--t,' ..ifiuVMmr.jxosaai nai iraalUanees mapbe madtwttn otr.1i.ue,'w. 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