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A A- V XAV A. A.- A , ' A W V Xi. - T VOL. XXXII. COLUMBUS. OHIO, SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 11, 18G5. NUMBER 210. ' TO THE READERS AND FRIENDS OF THE OHIO STATESHAH. - a Politici, TncOaio Statesman la, in Waru Peace, For the Country, for the Con stitution, and for the Union of Equal ' States, i . ith equal privilege), and with equal and exact ' ' juatioo to all its .Ituem. XV are for th Old Flag:, -with not a Star or N tripe Kraned, and tor the Old Union, far a it it possible to restore it, and for the EXISTING CONSTITUTION, In its spirit, letter, and purpose. Upon the ccmlng event of th. year, rest tb. hopeaof the People and Government. Wear, Ii the midst of a bloody and pr itractod oivil wa I duration and cloae depend upon a wisor, truer and more patriotio Policy than m have aeon during the present Administration. . Wo Owe It to tlie Memory ' of our Fathers, to the Hopes oCoiir Children, lotho Futuro ofour Country, ;aho to the best interests of riankind, to urge ourrulere to change a Policy which is drift ing ns farther and larther from the landmarks of our patriotio aires. THE STATESMAN will do all It can to aid In bringing about thia ehange; and hence, the Publishers Invite support and encouragemont from all those wh, while Wishing for a ' ' GOOD NEWSPAPER, also wish to have a SOUND COXSTITUTIOM JOURNAL We publish a paper in which we s.ok to give the - ,. .., TRUTH, f ..jiv ' Our Commercial Reports, ' 1 Our Markets, Our Political and General News, are carefull; freed from the sensational character nd we seek to make Tab Statesman iTrastworthy in Ever Particular. FdvNewt, for Instruction, Tor Good Morale, Tor Sound Political Sentiments, for n Steady Pcfente of American InMtltntions,Tuke, Uead and help to Circulate, THE OHIO STATESMAN. THE Weekly Ohio Statesman 1 on. of th. largest, oheapeat, and beat printed paper) in the Weal. Each number oontalna a com plete rttum of all tb. MILITARY & POLITICAL NEWS of fbe week; th. InUst Telegraphic and Market Kei orta ; a oarf uU prepared collection of ." .. , ' ' Xaltex-j-y- XteacUng or the borne and family ; and an abnndanoe of l ar egraphs upon .very topi, of interest or inport anoa. Th. wide eiraulatinn alrut nt,i.l.. U- thls paper, la an srldono. of ita popularity, and of hi Doing aoeptea to uie wanta 01 ui. peeple. ' ' ' i ! THK DA1I.T STATESMAN, On. copy, one year......... $9 00 " " six months 4 SO " " ' thre. months 1 JJ Delivered by oarrier.or week. . , '. 30 otf THK TIU-V'KKKLY STATESMAN. On. oopy, on. year $4 50 ' TDJt WEKKIY STATESMAN. " On. copy, on. year. . .. 2 60 ..... .'. 1 M UluD 01 nv. 10 ton, eacn copy s us ., m" - ten to thirty, eaoh oopy 1 04 ' thirty and upward, eaoh copy 1 74 1 An extra epy lurnished to the getter-up of a Club of twenty or more. i For a Ulabof fifty Tbi Tki-Wisilt, and for S Club of one hundred Thb DaILT, will be i.ut t the getter-up of the Club. .. .. Bubsoribers' names will b. written upon Club papers, as woll as upon others something that is Jone In very few other offices. ' jaar The money must aooompany all orders. 1 Ui'ders and letters should be addressed to . ' TUB OIUO SXATESSIAIt, f Great R eduction is- or FALL A JI) WliXTEU CLOTHING, Furnishing Goods VALISES, RUBBER GOODS, &C. AT TUB STAR Nos. 6 & 7. Nell House Build ing, South High St., OPPOSITE TO ENTRANCE STATE CAPITOL TO IHAKF, ROOTO FOIl THE NPRING stock. 1 have determined to close out at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES ' myentlro stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, oonnistinar of every articlo neoessnry for a oomplete outlit Tor th. CITIZEN AKD MILITARY TRADE, Having the largrat and most extnnaiv. stock of vlothing in (joluuibus, butn as regards Quality, Style and Prices, I oan offor auporinr Inducements, as my stock waa bought during the late decline in goods. To Mili tary and Citiien strmigers I would say, give me a call, and I can guarantee that you will go away sat isfied. I hare alao constantly on band a oomplete assortment ot Swords, . Belts. Sashes, Straps, Ornamentg, Rubber Talmas, RUBBER COATS, LEGGINGS. &C. In Furnishing Ooods, I have anexlra large stock of Hearts, l.incn and Silk Handkerchiefs, (ilovs. Under Garments, White and Woolen Shirts, Collars, Ac., Ac. Connooted with the establishment is my MEECIIANT TailoringDepartment where can be found a full stock of Cloth. Casslmeres, Beavers, Meltons, and Votings, which will be made up in vue latest style ana ai REASONABLE RATES. IOT FOROKT THE PIACE, MARCUS CIIILDS, Jos. 67, Nell House Building, Two doors from Postofflce. doc29 A II, WHO IIAVF DRY GOODS TO 1- purchase, should be aure to call and examine the a Lock ot MILLS, SGIIERMERHORN & CO, before purchasing elaowhore, as a SPLENDID STOCK is now boing exhibited. Merinos, -Delaines, Poplins, Hosiery' Cloves, Furnishing Goods, HPECIALITI. We call particular attention to our fine itock of In all the new patterns, got wp after original designs. Alao, an extensive line of SHAWLS in great variety. )... iniliAiS, SCIIERMERIIORN etc CO., : - 183 South Hlfb St., Union Block. leptU . 1 DR. LUDLUM'S SPECIFIC CURES GONORRHOEA, GLEET, &C, And all diseases of th. Organs of Generation, In a shorter time than any other medicine discov ered. The euro is permanent and strengthens th. diseased parts. Piioe 1 per box, sent free by mail on receipt of th. money. For sal. at wholesale by LORD ft SMITH, Wholesale Agenta, S8 Lake streot, Chicago, i. , ' AHERN ROBINSON. 1 i. ' Sol. Proprietors, Cinoinnati, 0. . dec81-deod6mos . C. H. CAMPEN, ONFEGTIONERYi fTearlf Oppoalt. Capital Unlrcr.ltr, KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND FRESH Cinoinnati Leger, Fresh Oysters, by th. can pr doien, Catawba Win., ko. , 1 juavi-tUiu-norS. C TB I EMPOH Piitronize Home Instigations and Keep your Money in the Stat HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF COLUMBUS, OHIO. A-UTIIOlMSeiSD MY THE STATE. Offloo ixx TJaaloix X31ools., Iligla. Stroot. IiiMisrosi nffitlnxt I.oN or Utimng;. by Fire and I.tglafning. Hum! ncas Conlincl to MlrvtClitMsi Pronrty villiln Hiq Slsxle This Company, undor Ptnte control, conducts ita business on th. most approved and economical plan taking risUs only In Kirst-Class, Detached Property, Farm lluildings. Private Dwellings, and thejr Con tents, making it snfnr than those insuring Mills, Kaotories, Wnodon Hows, and othor property of similar hazard. It is tho chief aim of the Directors to do a safo, rathor than a larxo business, as being a surer guarantee to permanency and of greater ultimate sucoess; thoir rulo is to settle all losses promptly and fairly; and in soliciting patronnue, do sowith Hie firm conviction that the plan adopted by them, will make the Company permanent and safo to its policy holders. directors: non. SAMUEL CALLOWAY, Columbua.O. LEWIS CASS, Esp., do, 1). 11. UCUilARD, do. officers: Samuel finllownv, Prcaldcnt. Alex. II. Ilnnlcr, General Agrent. Lowis tus, Vlco President. w, A. Ilunloy, A.a't Gen'l Agent. D. U. Hubbard, Secretary. angllS-ly C. P. L. PUTLER, Merchant, Cnlambtr, O. K. F. DRAKK. IWt X. I). A W. U. H., Xouia, 0. ALLX. U. ilAMJiV. Xenia.0. HOT AIK ITTJR1VA.OES PETEU MARTIN'S Talent Iniprovcd. Hot Air Furnaces FOIt I'llIILlC AKD PRIVATE USE. For Wood or Coal. THE ATTENTION OF THE IM III.IC israllel to the above Furnaces as theycombino ventilating with heating qualities. Toe invontor has, after years nf experiments, suc ceeilod in perfecting what be claims to be the best Furnace now in u'e. Among its many advantages over the ordinary Furnaces, nre: Tho small amount of Fuol required to keep it in operation. Keeping the rooms constantly supplied with pure, freshnir, drawn from .Nature's inexhaustible stock out of doors. Large A ir Chambers, avoiding the confinement of heat in heated walls and hot metal chambers. Improved Water Chambers, which keep up steady supply of mntsiure. which overcouios the Brest objection to ordinary Hot Air Furnaces. The rnKtincs are heavy, and strongly bolted to gether, guaranteeing durability under any degree of Pai-ticnlar attention is culled tothoRELF-RF.C.lI-LATINU ARRANUEMKNTof this Furnace, which baa been pronounced by scientific men to be the est em:u made. srr Every Furnace warranted to give entire sat isfaction. references: Pr permission I refer to tho following parties, where the Furnaces aru in operation: Cincinnati, March 17, IHtn. Mr. P. Martin, of thiscitv. has constructed a "Hot Air Furnace" in tho Second Reformed Church (cor ner Findlay and lia millorstreots), which has thus far given ontiro satisfaction. Forcflioiotioyin warm ing, purity of air, and economy of fuol, wo can spoak of it in most favorable terms. Its pornianency and durability also seem to promise well. The plan of draught and ventilation is good. From our experience, wo can recommend Mr. Mar tin as an adept in the art of warming buildings, and as quite oompeti nt to give satisfaction in th. con struction of Furnaces, wherever practicable. Trustees of the Church of tho Cross. SAMUEL MEASE, Pastor. Mt. Notbk l)AMis.RAniNn, Onio.l November 2uth, 1R01. j M. Mabtin: Thia is to certify that we tried the Furnace you built for us, and are satisfied with it. Our rooms aro amply heated. Yours, respectfully, SISTERS OF NOTRE DAME. I bear testimony to the above, having nscd the same r urnace all last winter, ana am luny saiisnea with .U ita arrangement. , - 101 Eighth street, of Leopold & Qoodheart, No. li West Pearl stroct. Cincinnati, June 28, ISOJ. As Trustee of the First Presbyterian Church. recently ordered one of Peter Martin's Hot Air Fur nacea, and am fully satisfied with i t. libN. M. WADE. ' nave one of Petor Martin's Hot Air Furnaces. It gives entire satisfaction. J. R. Daw, Esq.: Jacob Nettcr, Esq., pf Kuhn, NottcrA Co.: C. Roelfson, Esq., College Hill; 11. Niemer, Mt. Auburn: T. P. Saunders Co., Burnet House; Messrs. Shultt A Pro.; A. lily & Pro., Lib . tyand Kaymiller; John Past, Architect, Clark at.; John Kothan, Parr St.: August Frank, norlhwot cornor Sixth and Race streets; Roth A Mosaer, St. Nicholas Kxrhange.seuthcastoornorof Fourth and Race; Wm. (Hnn,32H West Fourth streot; Abnor L. K razor, 47 West Eighth streot; Hoard of Edu cation, Columbus, Ohio. Smoke Conauminsr Coal and Wood Hot Air furnace. Furnaces altered and repaired. Galvanised Iron Cornices and Uutters. Tin, Corrugated and Sheet Iron and Slate Roofer. 'orrngated Iron Doors and Shutters. " Iff Full particulars regarding price, Ac, can b. obtained at mvstoro. No. 11!) West Fifth street, or attheoflicof th.BurnFIlose. No. 149 West Fifth street, betwoen Ua :e and Elm, Cinoinnati. moh8'M-dly TRAVELERS' INSURANCE COMPACT, IIARTrOKI, CO. INSURES AOAINBT ACCIDENTS ' .' ;" ' of Every Xoorixtioxv. CAPITAL 500,000 FIVE DOLLARS ANNUAL PREIQICn Will Insure $s.ooo against accidental loss nf lifo while TRAVELiNOBY ANY PCHLiC CONVEY ANCE. TEN DOLLAR8 PREMIUITI Secures a policy for ts.oon, and also 125 per week compensation for personal injury incapacitating the assured from his ordinary buainess. T WENTV-FIVE DOLLARS PREMIUM Seonres a full policy forlS.oOOand $25 per week com pensation for ALL AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF ACCIDENT, TRAVELING OR OTHERWISE. Policies for t-r00, with 3 per week compensation, can be had for M per annum, or any other sum be twoen -00 and (5,000 at proportionate rates. Special and hazardous risks taken at special and hazardous ratos. Ho medical examination required. REFERENCES IN COLUMBUS: H. R. Bbkson, firm of Butler, Earhart A Beeson. .Ias. Clatpool, firm of Claypool A Wilson. Wa, F. Slatbr, Superintendent C. P. A I. R. R. ' Jos. H. Rii.RY, Bookseller, Union Block. ., E. H. E8im1.11 AN, Editor Ohio Statosman. N. W. Lbkavob, of Iifavor's Book Bindery. Chab. S. Olrnn, Editor Columbus Gazette, Jambs Pattkkson, Agont C. C. A C. R. R. J. G. BATTERS0N, President. RODNKT Dknnis, Secretary; . JOSEPH DOlVDALL.Airont. jan26 . No. &. Union Block. Notice to those in Arrears. THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFUL ly requost all persons indebted to them on sub. soription to Tbi Ohio Statesman, or for adver tisements Inserted in the same, to pay their accounts at once. It is now more than one year sine, we dis posed of Thb Ohio Statesman Newspaper, and it is very dosirable that all accounts due as in connection therewith should be paid. We urgently request at tention to and compliance witu this notio.. Bills ;wUl b.sentout Immediately. , -t . T MANYPENNI A MILLER. Fobruary , 1865. ifebio-tf ' a I ill CURE WARRANTED IF DIRECTIONS ARE FOLLOWED. , tW CALL FOR A CIRCULAR DESCRIBING ALL SYMPTOMS. J S Y M 1 'I' O M Si The symptoms of Catarrh as they generally ap por aro at first, very slight. 1'ersoF.s find thoyhave a odd, that they have frequent attack, and are more sensitive to the changes of temperature. In this condition, the noso may no dry, or a slight dis charge, thin an acrid, afterwards bocoming thick and adhusive. As the disease becomes chronic, the dis charges are i nor cased in quantity and changod in qunhty; they are now thick and heavy, and are hawked or couuhed off. The sccr"tions aro oflonsive; causing a bad breath: tho voice is thick and nasal; tho eyes aro wok; tho sense of the smell ia lessen ed or destroyed; deafness frequently takes place. Another common and important symptom of Catarrh i, that the pfrson is obliged to clear his throat in the morning nf a thick or slimy mucus, which has failendon from the head during the nignt. When this lakes place the person may he ure that his dis ease is on its way to tho lungs, aud should lose no time in arresting it. Thn uhoce art but a few of the many Catarrh tymjitome. A Mingle ItoUlo will lant a month 'A'o be used three time u day. TESTIMONIAL Frcm lion. Thou, J. Turner, Ex-Metnlter of Gmgrena from JlUnoin, lute tipralrfr of Jllinole Uovae 0 JtrpreetntaHeee.and drand Matter of A., and A. M., of tit State of HUnoie. Fbeepokt, Oct 21, 1803. DR.D. II. SEELYE: Dear Sib In reply to your notice of the 1.1'h inst., 1 would say that I was aevorcly allli ted with Catarrh for years, when I became acquainted witn you and bought two bottles of your Liquid Catarrh Komedy. Before I had used oue bottlo I was sensi bly improved, and before the second bottle was fin ished, was oompl.tely cured. I can recommend tho medicine to all afflicted with Catarrh. Respeoifully Yours, THOS. J. TURNER; im. i. 11. si:i:l,yi: a, co., Soli PROritiETons, Chicago, 111. W Laboratory at Freeport, 111. At Wholesale by JOHN D. PARK, Cincinnati, O. Wholesalo Agent (or Ohio. AtRotail in Columbus by J. R. COO K. R.. TONES A SON. R. E. SAMUEL, G. ROBERTS, THRALL A BENIIA.M, SCHUEL LKRA CO.,andforaalo by Uruprtyists Everywhcro. fobl3-dttweowly HOOP SKIRTS FOHllE MILLION I New Hoop Skirt Manufactory, - Having aoen the un fair trading of an article of such importance le the Ladies in this city, we conoluded to open a large Hoop Skirt tacto ry, and invite theatton tion of the public in general to call anLx- ainine our great as.sort- nent ot Hoop tikirts, ncluding the Patnni Gore Trail and Patent """CS 5,tS " ictoria; also, the latest fciS' style of Quaker Elasti. Skirts, Spiral Bustles, Corsota, Patent Skirt Sup porters, Ao. .... Our Retail Department is in the hands of compe tent Ladies. Dealors in surrounding towns will do well to eon suit their own interest by calling on us when in want 0? Hoop Skirts. r Hoop Skirts Made Over and Repaired Ladies, you will please remember the place No. 21 East State Street, Next door to th. Journal office. RED & KOIIN, aplJ Hoop Skirt Manufactory. BUNK BOOK MANUFACTORY. M. C. LILLE Y & CO., Boon Binders AND Blank Book Manufacturers, No. 6 North Dish Street, COLUMBUS. O. novW-dtf GEO. W.ANDREWS, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, WAPAKONETA, ,. Aufrlalsse 5o., O. Fnotioet in th. Cour" of Westers Ohio, mohs-tf , ,1 '"" Wkt.B .rHOBASOO. WM. v. bambC FH0BASCO & EAMSEY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW No. 68 WoitThlr Street, TIMES ID1LD1 mcha-3m .JJj-i.: t$SL-9 kS .5 52- 4 1 ins etS Sa Little Kaniwha dc Elk Eher : PETROLEUM AND MINING CO. St'DKCRIPTlOXSTO BE CLOSED. Catth Working Capital, $150,000. officers: OLIVER E. WOOD. President. JAMES CRCIKSHANK Vice Presldont. CHARLES ,T. MARTIV. Treasurer. JAMES WADSWOKTU. Secretary. E. R. PLACKWELL, Consulting Engineer and General Superintendent, . Tltl8TEEa : PAUL N. SPOEFOKD. of Spoffurd. Tileson A Co., N. Y. CHARLES. I. MARTIN, President Homo Liaur anoo Co., N. Y. Hon. ROGER AVERILL. Danbury. Conn. Hon. ALPERT Z. CATLIN, liurlington, Vt. 'JAMES CRUIKSHANK, 65 Broadway, N. Y. OLIVER E. WOOD, SO Harclay stroet, N. Y. JAMES WADSWORTII, of Jamos Wadsworth A Co.. 01 Cedar street, N. Y. JOHN W. STRONG, Detroit, Mich. EDWARD M.MORGAX,2Pinostrcet,N. Y. The KrnsrniPTio is so nearly completed that it is intended to close the same on or before the 12th of February. Subscriptions, iTSO.Ofln, of which tono.OOO purchas es the land to-wit: 62,sot) acres. Tho remaining (150,000 is the permanont cash working oapital of the Company Par value of shares,? 109. Lands located on the Little Kanawha and Elk Rivers, in the countios of Uilmor and Praxton, in the very heart of tho oil re gions of West Virginia. Professor Richardson reports: "Your property is the very ccntro of tho West Virginia oil regions. It has numerous oil and gas springs along tho banks of ita streams, one of wnfch vies with tho famous 'Burning Spring' itself." Professor Shepherd, of New Havon, Conn., re ports: "Iconitdet it eminently oil-producing land. The oil-biarlng tluilee underlie it extfnulrely, and the long lint of carfiuretttd hydrogen , or illuminat ing gat epringe, eome of which I saw burning, as veil at the appearance of oil itnelf on the eurace of the tract, fully confirm me in thl belief, Thetecanbe no doubt tfoit along your creek and tributarlet there i a large extent of valuable oil producing territory. The prodlgiou amount of bituminout and cannd coal, iron vre,limttoneand fire clay embixlicd in the high hill on j our proper ty, the top and tlope of which are covered with an extraordlnrry growth of white oak and other hear y timber, add immentelij to it value," These views aro fully indorsed by the reports of tho most practical and experienced m n from the oil districts of both Pennsylvania and Virginia. Tho Company consider themselves fortunate in having secured tho services of Mr. Plackwcll, a practical civil engineer, for tlicgcneral superintend ency. so woll known as tho Into Chief Engineer and Superintendent of tho "Commissioners of Wash ington HoiKhts,"New York City. Arrangements are in rapid progress for the imno diute development of the property, on a scale com mensurate with iU value and extont. Subscriptions payable at tho time of subscribing, orone-balf in cash, the balance in thirty days from tb. time of closing the subscription, can be made in person or by letter at the office of the undersigned. No 81 Cedar streot, New York; J. K. DOllSON. No. 41 State street, Huston; and JOuN W. STRONG, Detroit, Miohigan, where full information can be obtained. JAMES WADS WORT 3 A CO., No. 81 Cedar street, Now York. N. P. Subscriptions recoived for the above Com pany by LEWIS I1AKEII, fobO Wheeling. W. V. SPEER'S SAMEURG WINE. PURE AND FOUR YEARS OLD FOR THE COMMUNION TABLE AND FAMILY USE. PRESCRIBED BY PHYSICIANS For Females, Weakly Persons and Invalids. EXCELLENT "WINE FOR FEMALES Evory Family at this season should us. 8AMBURQ PORT WINE, Celebrated in Europe for ita medicinal and benefi cial qualities, highly esteemed by eminent physi cians, used in European and American Hospitals, and by sum. of tho first families in Europe ana Amerioa. AS A TONIC It has no equal, causing an appetite and building up the system, boing entirely a pure win. of a most valuable grape. . AS A DIURETIC It imparts a healthy action of the glands, kidneys and urinary organs, very beneficial in dropsy, gout and rheumatic affections. SPEER'S WINS Is a pur. article from the juioe of th. Port grape, possessing medical properties superior to any other wine in use; and an excellent article for aU weak and debilitated persons and the aged and infirm, im proving the appetite, and benefitting ladies and children. Try it once and you will not be deceived. .' AsT He sure the signature of Alfred Speer is over the cork of each bottle. Sold by Druggists, who also sell the CASTELLA PORT PRANDY, .choice old article imported only by Mr. Speor, diroot from the vaults of Oporto. The trade supplied in Philadel phia by French, Richards A Co., and by all Whole sale Dealers in Tew York, and by A. SPEER, at his vinevard, New Jersey. P rJncjpal Office, No. 808, Broadway, octl6-d6meod RICHARD KENNEDY . -DEALER IX- Books, Periodicals. Stationery, ?icrURES, FANCT ARTICLES, ETC., No. 55 South High Street, Next Door to th. Postoffice, ' .' ' ' ; COLUMBUS, OHIO. THOS 0. WABB. MILTON SATLIB WARE & SAYLER, ATTORNEYS AND v COUNSELLORS AT LAW ' Office, No. 81 West Third Street, ; Oiuauuatl. O.'' - 1 wS f iatesnm "Charlotte" Anderson on His Travels—He Lives with a Girl two Weeks without Betraying his Sex—His Arrest as a Rebel Spy—Emma's Grief. The Cleveland Iforalil of a le.te date con taliis a lnrtliy 11ml somewliat romantic ac count of tho capture of a rebel spy in tliat city, while sailing under false colors. It Bceins that on Saturday morning two young women apparently about nineteen or twenty vears old called at the rooms of the Soldiers' Aid Society, nnd applied for transportation to Washington. One of them, giving the name of Charlotte An derson, said she had enlisted two or three times In the ami-, but had been rejected on her sex being discovered. A n they turned to leave, one of the ladies in the room be came suspicious that "Charlotte" was a man, and sent up stairs to the provost marshal, by whose order "Charlotte," and her companion were Immediately arrested. Charlotte," on being charged with sa'ilinjr under falsa, colors, Indignantly denied the Imputation, and her companion, Emnin, also assured tho olllccrs that "Charlotte' was a cirl. for thev had slept toire.ther sev eral nights. Pint ma proved the honesty of her belief by urging "Uianottc" to sui mit to the medical examination proposed, but " Charlotte " stoutly refused, and It was only by forcible means that the examination was made, and the fact established that "she" was a "he." Emma was over whelmed with confusion and grief on tl e discovery of the sex of her companion, and wept bitterly, refusing all further commu nication with him. " Charlotte " was lock ed up in the city prison, and Emma was t'ikeii in charge by Commissioner Jvlrk patrick. The girl Emma, who appeared to be modest and well-behaved, had been llvsj ing in Cleveland as a hired help, and a few weeks ago made the acquaintance of "Char lotte." They slept together, Emma having not the slightest suspicion that her bed-fellow was not a woman. Charlotte always put out the light before entirely undress ing, alleging that it was too cold to do so when undressed. " She '"also cither got up and dressed before Emma was awake, or lay in bed till the hitter left the room. "Charlotte" frequently received letters, many of them from Dayton, home of these letters were addressed to "Charlie" Ander son, which she supposed to be a diminutive of Charlotte. Jt was noticeable, however, that they were always delivered at the gen tlemen's window of the postollice, "Char lotte" always going there for then-. A few days since, "Charlotte " proposed that they should ro to Washington, where she could get good places for both of them, and to this Emma agreed. Owing to the failure of her companion to receive some funds she expected, Emma spent all the money she had, and they were obliged to seek aid at the Soldiers' Aid llooms. as narrated. A I'tcr the arrest "Charlotte" was at first sullen, but, when dressed In soldier's clothes, brightened tip, and expressed a willingness to make a clean breast of it. lie then made a statement to the effect that he was a mem ber of Coinnanv D.SixtiethOhio volunteers, and adopted female dress In order to get homo, which he accomplished. He alleges ho was about returning to his regiment in the same costume when he was arrested. J lis statement is undoubtedly false, as evi dence lias been collected to snow tliat lie is a rebel spy. In his possession wero found three sets of wearing apparel ono female, ono military, and one the dress of a dash ing "young man about town." Charlie alias "Lottie" Anderson is very feminine in appearance, and has asolt, low feminine voice whenever he chooses to use it. When dressed as a man lio has the appearance of a girl in disguise, and when dressed in tasteful female attire difficult to doubt the femininity. His accomplishments are varied, lie is a dead shot with a pistol, a splendid horseman, can talk three languages fluent ly, can dance admirably, play the piano, do line sewing, embroider, Knit iintf crochet equally to any woman, and can spark the boys, as many of them know to theinnorti flcation. Although so feminine in ap pearance, lie is remarkably strong for his size. There are other facts that go to show he is a rebel spy. that it would not be prop er to give at this time. The object of his getting acquainted with the girl and keep ing her in ignorance of his real sex was to divert suspicion from himself until he could get to Washington. In private with Emma he has expressed a bitter hatred of the North, and a determination to shoot President Lincoln if he could get a chance at him. Court Gossip. Jenkins, of The Washington Star, describes a "State dinner at tho White House" (Pal ace) on Tuesday, at which the royal Lin coln family of course including thelately promoted Captain Hubert and "Tad" pre sided, and thirty-three of their high mighti nesses, llistcrand Missus Shoddy, partici pated. Says Jenkins : "Dinner was served at 7 o'clock in tho state dining room of the White House, tho table extending tho entire length of the room. Mrs. Lincoln occupied a seat at the center ot the table, with thePresidentlmme diately opposite. Senator Harris hail tho honorof being assigned to a seat on Mrs. Lincoln's right, while Senator Foot occu pied a position on her left. Mrs. Hale was at the left of the President, and Mrs. Foot on his right. 'Mrs. Lincoln was dressed with exquisite taste, and presided with much grace. She wore a white crape dress, with putlingsand trimmings of lilac; an exquisite wreath of lilac and white flowers and pearl Jewelry, &c, to correspond. The other ladies were also most elegantly attired. "Scale, at the head of the Marine Band, furnished some of his best selections of mu sic, and the dinner was gotten up by the celebrated French caterer, Jacobs. The dinner table was handsomely ornamented with floral vases, the handiwork of the President's head gardener, Mr. George McLeod. Altogether it waa a most elegant entertainment. The guests did not separ ate until near 11 o'clock." A Double Murder. A Double Murder. [From The Cleveland Leader.] We havejust been apprized at a very late hour, of the most shocking, malignant, dev ilish deed of violence which we have ever been called upon to detail to the public. Onr Informant gave us the principal tacts of the horrible tragedy, but there are, doubtless, fuller particulars to be had when the excitement of the hour shall have, in some degree, abated. The leading poluts are these: A great effort is being made in Stow Township to clear that sub-district from the coming draft. For the purpose of obtaining the requisite funds, the young men 01 ine town ship have been devoting themselves, lor several days and weeks, to soliciting money from men Ecpubllcans and Democrats of the district. They had appealed to ono Wm.Graham, a wealthy farmer, living near Stow CornerSj for aid, and he had promised to give one hundred dollars. But when two young men of the district called 011 Mm to obtain it, he refused utterly to psy. As he was bound by his promise, they de termined that ho should make good his pledge; but before proceeding further they returned to take counsel with, their as sociates. It was resolved tliat twenty young men of tho district should call on him, nnd they accordingly mounted, yester day nfecrnoon; and were riding over to his farm, when at some distance from it, they wero suddenly ordered to halt by this bush whacker, Wm. Graham, who had heard of. their intentions, and had armed himself with two revolvers and a double-barreled ri lie, and planted himself in a covert near Stow Corners. The armless cavalcade halt ed, when Graham tired and brought down one of the men with a shot in tho left sido. He immediately shot another through' the head, killing him instantly. .. , ., . r The young men, as they were defenseless, scattered nnd dashed away. The fiend, not content with his deed, approached the man first shot, who was still living, although his wound was mortal, and dispatched him with a shot in the forehead. A surgeon was summoned post-haste by the young men, but Graham-stood over the corpses and would not allow him to come near, threatening to kill him if he made the attempt. He declared that he would givo himself up to the Trustees of the town if they would come with a flag of truce and pledge him protection. Presently the Sheriff of theconnty, with posse, had arrived from Akron, whence they had been summoned, but on their approach Graham ran, and was captured only after re ceiving a shot in his right arm, which com pletely disabled him. He was then arrest ed and taken to Akron, where he was put in confinement. End of the Loyal Ladies' League. Tho loyal ladies at Washington, some two years ago. after preambling that the wo men of 177C had refused to buy imported goods, thus calling oil George tho Third's revenues, gallopped to the conclusion that they would take the lame course forget ting hew President Lincoln's revenues must suffer. They resolved to patronize American goods 1. e., to keep citizens at home at work, on dear and poor gloves, and silks and nrticlesof dress heretofore bought cheaply abroad when every man was wanted in the field and every soldier was needed for the country. The home manufuTSfers profited by this resolve to Increase Their prices and their immense profits. After two years of put tial trial, the agent of the Association writes: "The ladies must see, I think, that it is their duty hereafter to buy, not American gootls, but well mado goods, wherever they can be found, giving the preference to American when of good quality, and open ly sold as such. It is lolly to help a few unscrupulous men to build up large for tunes at our own expense. 1 shall hold my self free to pursue economy in this way, and I presume all other signers of the league will do the same." And so the Association, pulling on its league boots of foreign make, marches into oblivion. Now to Prevent a Divorce. When the senior Jonathan Trumbull was Govern or of Connecticut, a gentleman called at his house, requesting to see His Excellency in private. Accordingly he was shown into his smirtum sanctorum ; and the Governor came forward to meet Squire Wn saying 'tiood morning, sir, I am glad to see you." Squire W. returned the salutation, adding as he did so, "I have called upon a very un pleasant errand, sir, and 1 want rouradvice. My wife and 1 do notlive happily together, nnd 1 am thinking of getting a divorce. Wfiat do you advise, sir?" The Governor sat a few minutes in deep thought, then turning to Squire W, said: "How ditl you treat Mrs. W., when you were courting her? And how did you feel to wards her at the time ot your marriage?" Squire W. replied, "I treated her as kind as 1 could, for I loved her dearly at that time." "Well, sir," said the Governor, "go homo and court her now just as you did then, and love her as when you married her. Do this in the fear of God for one year, and then tell 111c tho result." The Governor then said, "Let us pray." They bowed iu prayer and separated. When a year had passed away, Squire W. called again to see the Governor, and grasp inghis hand, said: "1 have called, sir,to thank you for the good advice you gave me, ami to tell you that my wife aud I aro as happy as when tirst we were manicd. I cannot- bo grateful enough for your gond counsel." "I am glad to hear it, Mr. and hope that you will continue to court j'our wife as long as you live." The result was that Squire W. and his wife lived happily together to theend of lifo. Let those who are thinking of separation in these days go and do like wise. ' DEMERIT GEO. & CO., THK FOLLOWING SPLENDID LIST OP Watches, Chains, Gold Pens & Pencils, &c, wrath $500,000, To be sold at ONE DOLLAR each, without re Card to value, and not to be paid until you know what you will rocoive. too Gold Hunting Caes Watchea each ttoo 00 loo Hold Wat 'lies , 60 00 200 Ladios' Watchea M on 6uo Silver Watches tl5 00 to 25 00 (MO (!old Neck and Vest Chains 13 00 to 15 00 1000 Chatolain and Onard Chains.... 6 00 to is 00 3000 Vest and Neck Chains 4 00 to 13 oil 4000 Solitaire Jet and (iold Prooehea. 4 00 to 8 00 41KH) Coral. Lava.Oar et,Ac, Brooches I 00 to 8 00 7iKP0 Oold, Jrt, Opal, Ao.. Ear Drops. . 3 00 to 8 00 finoo Oents' Breast and Scarf Pins. ... B 00 to 8 00 6000 Oval Band Bracelets 3 09 to 8 00 1000 Chased Bracelets .'. . 5 00 to 10 00 ;W California DiatnoniPins A Rings 9 50 to 8 00 2000 Old Watch Keys S 50 10 6 00 BOO0 Solitaire Sleeve Buttons A Studs 8 00 to 8 00 3000 Gold Thimbles 4 00 to 8 OO 601K) Miniature Lockets 1 00 to TOO 30(10 Miniature Locket. Magic 4 00 to 9 00 asoo Uld Toothpicks, Crossos, Ac... 9 00 to 6 00 3(KK) Fob and Ribbon Slides J 00 to 6 00 6000 Chased Gold Rings 9 00 to BOO 4000 StonoSet Rings. ...Jt J 00 to 00 6&00 SeU Ladies' Jewelry Jet A Oold 8 00 to 18 00 6000 Seta Ladies' J'w'lry var'd styles 8 eo to 15 00 8000 Gold Pens, Silver Case A Pencil 4 00 to 8 Ow 4000 Gold Pens, Ebony Holder A Case 6 00 to 10 00 6000 Gold Pens, Counted Holder J 00 to ll All the goods in tho above list will be sold, with out reservation. FOR ONE DOLLAR EACH.- Cer tificates of all the various articles are placed in sim ilar envelopes and sealed. These envelopes will be sent by mail or delivered at our office, without re-, gard to choice. On receiving a Certificate you will ee what article it represents, and it ia optional with? ou to send one dollar and receive the article named, or anv other in the list of the same value. ' In all transactions by mail, weeharge forfnrwarl ing the Certificates, paying postage and doing the business. 35 conta eaoh. r'ive Certificates willibe sent tor l; eleven for 3; thirty for (5; sixty Ave forflO; and one hundred for I5. . , We guarantee entire satisfaction in every in stance. . . . ' , . ..!' AGENTS Special terms to Agents. . Address . GEO. DEMKRIT A CO.. '' ' mchl-3mow 303 Broadway, Nkw YobC . ' - B. L. FAHNESTOCK'S ;;' WORM CONFECTIONS !..,.,.-. : ' ..'i i . i 1 . 1 Are prepared from the active principle of his cele brated Vermifuge. They are put up in a nioe and palatable form, to suit the taste of those who cannot conveniently take the Vermifuge. Children will take them without trouble. They are an effective Worm destroyer, and may be given to the moat deli- wred and sold by P. L. jAFTNESTOClt CO., Sole Proprietors, 76 and 78 Wood and Hi'ourtk Streets, Pittsburg, Pa. Sold hv Druggiats aud Medicine Dealers generally. .,, imneteM-wly ;. ,t ......4.:. ,...'