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COLUMBUS. OHIO. SAT URDAY MQRNING. l 0 VEMBKR 4, 1865; ;., .NUMBER, HQ. oiIT :i i' i I I I ' ' ' ' " .' ', . . u I J Patronize Home Institutions and Keep our Money in, the State. HOME INSURANCE : COMPANY, ;, V OP COLUMBUS, OHIO. AUTHORIZED pY OFJtTICE m UNION UioCK, HIGH STtUbCET. nsures Against Loss or Damage by Fire and Lightning, n , , Business Confined to First Class Property Within tne state. . THIS COmPNT VNSER STATE MrVTatOb. COIfDfTCTM IT BI7SJIr.ES" ON the most approved and eeonomieal plan, taking risks only in First Clan. Detached Property, Kano Kulldings, Private Dwellings, ami. their Content making it aafer thaatho. inraringMilla, ractnriea, Wooden Kowa, and other property of .linllar fcasard. It li the ohief aim of the Director to do a fe, nther than alarm businem, as being at iref guaraatee to permaneney and of greater altimata aaoeeai, Their rule ia to aettla all lotuea Drnmollr aad fauriK. tlotioa that the plan adopted by them w Ul.maka tba DinindTOiiflr w. 8 iUUXIr OALLOWAT. Colnmbna. O '1 I Hi ), U. HCBBAfel), , ,. do. RAMlTETi OALliOWAT PRMti)Kt. LEWIS CASS. Viol Pusidikt. . -. aepU'ee-dBaWtwani) I". ift i tT '1.' r 1 nil': . -.:(! n i 1., " THE STATE. utirt in amioiuna naironaas. do ao witn ine nrm too- Company permanent and safe to ita polioy holders. C. P; ft. BUTLER. Merchant, Colnmbnt, 0. A J K. HUltlltl,!,. Mom. ot congress, ueiaaare.v ALKXi U.Jl&SLZ X . Xeoia.O. i Alex.' it. haNLet! (jinfbi. aot. Vr. A. I1AMLEY Am'v Uinihil Aoint. , I Di n, IIIIHIIAHU, 8eretavrr COLXJlrmtTH Woolen Manufacturing TAKES TIII9 3TIETHOD TO IN fnrm their follow oitiiani that thev still oarry en the Manufacturing business, and that they hare on band vanaty of Buiniuer anil Wtnteruoo a, aucnas l'luiai At runcy CuMlmerco, , Joreiklna, ...... . j j gatlet(s: i.i . Jeans, I'lHnnels.nnd MloekloK Yarn, Which thoyofler atWholmale as well as 1m 4j.il At. nrinnn tji snit the times They solicit the patronage of the communi ty at large, and a,ik thereby the encourage- nienrof home roclustry.- WOOL bouaht at all times or exchangod for Unods at tJash prices. I . J. P. IMilTCK, Secretary and Treasurer, .,, octM-dOm ,. , . , . . , , . ! Id H flAVE YOU HEARD THE NEWS I SAEVITRANK HAS OPENED A LARGE AND SPLEN didatookof ' ' BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS WATCHES & JEWELRY, At the New Store, No. 212 North High SUeet, :' . . WMchhewUl , .',, ' 0X3ZjXi CU-TiAPJjt '.';) ban the like was eror sold in this city. . ' CIIARGK MADE FOR SHOWING GOODS. V,': " :'. siagio OI1V.. Hallo, ttrangarl atop a minute, sir, ' Bate's a Mew Store, just drop in it, sir, . And view with wonderful surprise, sir, Toe Boots A Shoes that will meet your eye. sir. The piles of Good, you bar not seen, sir, -, Or else you must be dogged green, sir, . t thus in haste go pan the door, sir, - 1 Of 8. Frank's NewbootA Hhoa Store, sir. EvVfotof Boots, rare the bettt, sir, In North or South, or East or West, sir, , Tis not made up of 'Hlounh' trash, sir.T And ha will sell It cheap for CASU, sir, A So come along, eome one, some all, sir, ) ifOesaerieh, eomepoor. great aad small sir,' ' ' 1 . Com pious folks, and hardened sionacsir.ij f ' And belp along tbt new beginner, sir. S. fRANK, No. 1 North High Street. sprt-d6m TEAS! TEAS! ) . li lit I 'I ! THE AXTBNTION OF DEALKKS, Hotel Keepers and Families, desirous of obtain ing ohoice Teas at reasonable rates, is respectfully duootltopur,, K..,,.u ,,,,. ,.. Min,aT f COKPUm AS80BTHEBT OF ;v GREEK BLACK. AND NATURAL LEAF TEAS, tw i i . u! r . i.. . ' . i.i it ti, - Whleh we offer in original paokages, or in qnant ties to suit purchasers. We feel justified in saying; that, we never fail to meet all reasonable expect, tions, and while orders are constantly ooming in fof Hi J ii.ui.j.w. . . : i i ' ""Just 'such Tea u yon cnt us bcfort,"',"' ebmpfalnts rarely ooenr. Person's Who,1 as't tnati1 of taate, or iroiab.vgienleeoslderations, ua BIS Xea,ofUanndUdi0ii4tto'e4 arUoleiv r:d ' .r Tl L A O K i. T B A S ' ' ,i il t'l' O'l 7 -in ttnit oanriotbeeicelled. and bare established s reputa tion for us whersrer we bare sold .them, ,.-,) ., . IT it A I In .t; i ttf fh nnnul nd sweetest ohons. and bl eing cured ihi the tann an free from the deleterious ed fsniADraduaed br eontaot with copper. . A' full line of staple' and fanoj (Jroceries always on band a, lowest market iHipes,!) t, n.-t.i.i! cril' .BROOKS. 5TEARNS!'ca.-; l":,i,"di'n,'b:o'a'!a"s; -i:n 'lei,-., itj ,i j i ,f . t! 'i I . in , i jt, ' i . ... -if v'. ;.n . No.-ays BowtH Hfffh Mt!J aag30 (Corner Friend.) " 5 ; I'-1 t 'Mil r'ifli; J1 mOHARD , HENITEDT . . v-J'iDBALEa IN-'- '':-"' lill l -tll-O'.) I V' rru4E8,'FAN0T ARTICLES, ETC.' i' 'No. DO South High Street, l-iii .jt.i mr. ii mi lii'ii'li rt ,tui ...J I-iMtl o ji'slil .vmi. NssrtDoor twtbaPostoflloa,,;! .,Uii- A UU'.I'l. li J.llJ.j,t 41 ' COLUMBUS', OBT' .rj.iU'i.iJJiiit l:'j:.;;iv..i '.': ;7.!...'! b. p. wAKOiXfit b. . iratwNfr , jobk x'Arrir Warden Wilson&McGaffey, , AND CbUNSEUORS At, LAW, u .Xu, COLUKBUS, OHWji h i lil.n: 'i i Will attend to all professional ; basineos intraated U them, in the SuyrDiue Court, and in franklin and adiinning counties. ' ,. .. it,. )KFICE-No. 26 East SUte street. " " ' Ji otf-dSnn ;' J. C. WOODS, GENERAL PIANO AGENCY, 21 SOUTH HICH STREET, OolxijmTD-Lxs, O XTOW RKCEITlNe A I-AHBE STOCK IN of InatramenU from the following Manufacto ries:, ; ;,,, ... . . .. 1 :; .1 , : tW Cliidcerlngr Ac Son, tST. Hteiifyruy' & 8ons, ' f3T Decker Brothers, 3T Hallet, DavIs VK Co., J2T W. I. Emerson. All mlnnriM Instrnmenta. Psrtlenlar attention is requested to the r lKE 1NSTKUMENTS OK IlKCK V.L HROS. Also, a fine asinrtment of the very celebrated PELOUBKT MELODEONS and Xxaawtxraxxaaoxxtsw) XLeiited. and rent apply on purchase; most liberal terms - Dealcu supplied on li n P. A. SELLS & CO., 1 hH.fJii 1 . WHOLESALE GROCERS .1 .. -. AHiVt .'i . v..; .-,v. .. Commission Jerclitint DEALERS IN '.: !. :: florif,' Mt, 'fish; Water1 linti kndT Plaster, ,r lontbeast Cornsr Town and Fonrth Streets, ' COLUMBUS, OHIO.,, mar IsVU-dtrV 1 ' ' ' " '. " , ' ,. i tfitf ..... . ,,.TP-AND ITuOM , ,;- GREAT BRITAIN, & IRELAND miPKCOT'r RHOK. A CO.'S EITIIOBA A1 tlon Add Fnreign Exohang's Office, M SODTU mv... a. rat ...Tar Villi IS , t ..... . ...Til.. 1.1 Drafts am Enptlaindtl lrlasld, Soe)tland y 1 n . : (.... ;.is4 .Walea.;,,, ;..,..,! , ,TappoU's FarorMe LU Liverpool Packet Sal every tnreeqayis... , , . . " ij V KiINE OF yON DON PACKETS u-mjt. . "fjAtE EVERY TEN PAYS. ' ALSO, MY QTSAMISBIP fSAUIJfff VStXlr. SW' Parties wishitig' to send for'thbirrrienas W r; mimoneyotheOLDCOUNTHV,oandooat tl lowest rates, by applying to ' " ' BAIXET, XHOFTPSON & CO unel-wm .Bankers, Columbus. Legal Notice. Samuel P. HoElrain, pl'tff.l In the flmirt nf i Inmmnn Charles O. DeshWPbosbe King;' Harahn Kiack) Uieaat wood JUnavdel'tib.!- ..bTT.HgS. I Fmnklin OoUntyt unio, nlilFUH KIHC. 8 Alt Alt KING AND JT Ureenwood King, in the State, of Illinois, wilt taicenotieemat oamuet-r; niocirvami oi vaoouunxr ot traiiklmvin tJtnteof Ohio, did, on the Mth day of October, A. 1). IMS... file his petition in tha- tJourtpt UomuipQ rieas, wiiuin aoaiur s&iaoouo fr.nWIn knri Htm (if Ohio, arairist' the! ta of Franklin bnd State of Ohio', against the1 tai Charles (. PnhWr.' Photbe' king. tsarah King and Greenwood fcing, defe.Qdmts. setting forth that on the mh day ot June. A. h o.. paniuei rarsops recovered a judgment against Matthew King and ( hu I, iiesnier in ine joan oi vioannon ni in and tor said oouutr of Franklin. Ohio, for tha sum of $43.andA .floats, That said judgment has been assigned to plaintiff MoElvatn; that the same, beeasae, at the 'time' it Was obtained, and is now, arena ana iuDjnsiiDK,uaipua sue louvwiusi desaribed' premisee, which tliqsaid Matthew King diet) seised,. wwih: uoiua iif cjbuhuu quuiiij, Obio. bolng that hN of ioAdV 'rntmber sixtyeighl conveyed by deed of quit olann to Kilisabetb Strain h.Pntr Sells and-fiaUr 'hallsifdatod Aoril 36th. 1831, in theoityof CblumhOs.anqbemir all that part of -in-iot num-er sixty eight beginning at the north boundary of raid lot on Kioh street, eiaotly five feet wsstcif the northwest corner or the bouse occupied on said lot by the said Elisabeth; thence south, by a lln rfiVwn narallel to the west boundary finetbereof: thMii.M.t.Umsaid sooth bauDdariline to theliaa of the heirs of Frederiok RitteritUance with theirlina norm (O I.1DU Birn.bi iuouo nw, wu i,un,woai ,rt,.nitntof beclnhing. and beinr the same Brerrt iu,. .nnvnv.d tir said Eliaabeth to Matthew Kinr. by deed dated July 16th, 1860; that said judgment was obtained for part of the purchare money doe for said premises; that the said Matin ew King has si no deceased, lmring the said Ptosbe his widow, and the said ureenwouu anu saiu oarau uis ucirBbiaw, aon praying that said premises may be sold to pay salt indmionluia' other liens, and the said PsmbeKina. natab-King and Oreeoweod King are notified that th. are require! to appear ana answer ii linn on or before the 8th day of Decern 1805, or said petition will be taken as true, and ads- T if aa nnn, v j aw yiHtssiius oolS-dAww s,"',d ' vO . i i i .. .ii .'i i' "i .1? 1 I, ,i i". i' r AD1E8 AN D CHILDBENS DIIEN8 Li Patterns, of all styles, can be ha a' -J " f - . MK3 BARTELL'fM" mayU DtioButh High street. , EVERYBODY SHOULD GO AND SEE THE GREAT BARGAINS i , . r-iN-r .'i i ' i V DRY GOODS NAUG HT ON'S, And avail themselves of the rare opportunity now ouered to select irom THE' URGES V NEWEST AND CHEAPEST ' STOCK OF GOODS In COLUftlBUS AT O O ST!' It' being nv Intention to iftak'e a new improvement in tbe Naughton Build ing. ith the view of adding a New Department (that of a Carpet and House Furnishing Sales room;, to my present Dusiness. ine coming ran, i bave eherefiMre determined to offer ma entire stuek as suoh prices as will insure its speedy sale, and make room for the Workmen and Mechanics. THE STORE IS FULL OF GOODS. And must be emptied by August 1st, in Consequence of the above improvement. , ... " ' ' - Rewtember this Is - XaO OZjX) btook.. Bought at the high prices ruling a few months sgo but everything NtWi-Cheap, and- Seasonable SELUNC, AT A SACRIFICE ! CALL EARLY AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES, The Stock Is eomnleta In every Department. which fuit. alone is a mat advantage to purchasers at such a time as this, when scarcely a store can be found with even a moderate assortment or Uoous. Country Merchants, Peddlers and Dealers gener ally, should talie advantage of this opportunity to soruup loeir atocas ai less loan naateru prices. ' JAMF NAtrmiTON, 118 and 12 8ontli IIIrIi Mreet, COLUMBUS, 01110 N. B. - Our Now Carpot and House' Furnishing Salesroom (to make which improvements i am now selling off the present stock), will be opened about September 1st, 1885. Please bear this in mind and ireme a oall, . j iunei-lti Auction and Commission Room rpilG lNIEIISIGNEn HAVE OPENED U AUUVIUU awlllA VUUiiuieoiuu aawau aa No. 14-1 EusjI Town Street, where tbey are prepared to do' a general Auction and Commission business. . . : Kales of all kinds of property promptly attendod La itb in eit, or Antlntrv. household Furniture sold every market morning at tbe room, coinmencinn at 7 o'clock. . ' Also. Furniture rooaired and varnished off the shortest notice and most ren.onable terms. TUKtfKY A SIMON, mehi-lf- No. 144 East Town Stree TEXAS LAW AND LAND AGENCY. A. B. NORTON, Attbrrtey-at-Law, ' TT?n nB.ii at AI7ST1NJ TYLER and WOOD V 11, l,b, with onmpetont associates, will tranynoi a rnneral UOI.Iir.HI JIlUn Ail 1 AUB1IVI UUtll' NKSS throughout Teiras. Those having lands ot ni.itn. rnniiirtnv nrn.nnt attention in Federal or Bute Courts, or otherwise, can address bim at East ern or W ostorn olhces . scpir oo ITcbnofflya Thel American Dry Hop Yeas Was Awarded the First Premium I : at the Uliloniate Fair. T7VVER FAMILY SHOULD USE THIS ij nnjtrfnr VeAst. It. is nnrnlv veiretable. cbn- dudive to bealth.and makes delicious bread, better than any other artjele now in use. It is convenient to have ori hand.and costs less than any other east in tlio country: It cannot be equaled in raising broad, eake, buckwheat, eto. Ask for the American Dry Hop V east, and take no other, jt'oraale b Oryoers generally., ' til , FARM S WORTH. bPALDINO k CO., I Un MiTnfptnrem 'Unluftibns. Ohio. Orders from the trade by mail or express promptly attended to. sepuo-UJm V HOCKirJC COAL. i? ARE NOW HEADY TO ft 11- N1SU A. Superior Article of HocKing Coal li iiry' Wrimy, delivered to any part of (be city or nn ttailroad oars. ' i. Offioe and Yard between Long and Spring Sty., Npa 139. Worth MlglT Strecit Orders respectfully solicited and promptly filled. , ,, ., VAN DEfJSEN. X DE1T1ING. EEEM & SWAYZE, Merchant Tailors, 21. Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Uooas, No, 1M. Smith Hiuh street, onnoslte L. 8. Hotel. Wl keep a well selected stock of tloods; hoik foreign and domestic Give us a call, and we will do thee septao-tf .llil" I Sill 1 1 . i 'I i i ' HI' J.,", " I .' ZETTLER HOUSE, (N. E. Corner1 ai Tanna and Friend Columbus, Cylilo. rw a Vlivn RRCfXTLY ASSUMED THE JtL management f this large and commodious Hotel, we bave newlyrefitted U with reference to the convenience ana ooiiuorkui gumui. minoi,iii h.tThf Itvmatrnnaaaof thfttraveling PUbhfli wSassureourfrlenuithatweshallbsberyeirprtU) nl AfAim. 4.C, TOLL A BON, a VSi. r, , rrn ii UUC. 1 i ml 7 JK"1 : , ' I f. 1 V ' i . ' . ii- in-1 DELAWAKK, OlIIl l .Manufacturers of all descriptions of f i . i ' ' : j. i i ; H thAlotrast price.' Perstui desirous of purohajn Wllldo welltOOaiianueruinMiinJij ut I E.iSplf ''SlT. BOOTII, ICbrner of Gay aad Third street Coiulubnsk: Ohio. A.gaattT()r Ui aboray All oraora promptly aiseuaeo i - n air um ri, HISKyLBRANpYiWIN: ,):. -tAVP- ., .0. A ) Liquors of all Kinds : $ni Autumn t ' n. n ksbliRRON WlilS 1 kv' Thirtv barrels pure 10 years bid Bourbon Wblskr, ..Also, twenv-nva wt years old piiongsiela Whisky ' of the best brands.. Will be sold by. tbe demijohn lr nr iiiirrel: also.- all 'kinds f Wiies and ottt ' 'boss .ciu 1 declSl ' i4 South High Slroet. READERS AND FRIENDS OF THE OHIO ST&TESLUH: ' la PoUtki, Tb Ohio Stathmah Ii For the Country, for the Con 8tltution, and for the Unlon-of Equal States, i iu With equal privileges, and with equal aosi'exaot justice to all its sitisens. tTa are for the Old FIntti -n-lrftnot v a Ittrar or Stripe Kraaed, aad . tor tlie Old Union, far as it is possible to restore it. ana for the EXISTING CONSTITUTION, In its spirit, letter, and purpose. 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Home bave thought that in our dawning, in our be- ing's freshest glow, - - Ood ia nearer HUlo children than our parents ever And that if yen listen sharply, bettor.thlngs than ou oan toaoh, ' a sort of 'niyHtlo wiBdoin trickles through their earBlesftipocch. I.. i Hnw it Is I cannot answer; but I knew a little child W ho, among the thyme, and clover, ana luo neei. And lie came one summer evening, with bis ringlets o'er his eyes, And bis hat was torn to pieces, chasing bees and but- torUios. t. , , Now I'll go to bed, dear mother, for I'm.very tired nl. Ami he said bis " Now I lay me," in a kind of gentle And be drank the cooling water from his little china lAnd Kiiiil gily,-'"When it is morning, wiU tbe angels takemeupr y, ..(.' Tbero be lion, hnw sweet and placid ! and his breath iniui.i M anlt ffnAt. l i. t : Like a aepbyc mvjuug softly, and his efaeek is like a . r,tA i i ' i i i But bis mother leaned to listen if bis breathiagoould be heard . . ' ' " Oh I" sue murmured, "if the angels took my dar ling at his word 1' , i . Night within its folding mantle hath the sleepers both beguiled. And within its soft embracing! reatthe mother and the child; , Up she started Trnin bef dreaming, for a sound hath struct ber ear, And it oomes from little Willie, lying on bis trundle ..near.-.,- - , 1-. Up she spi lngoth, for it strikes upon her troubled ear again. .. And his breath, in louder fetcbes, travels from bis lungs in pain, And his eyes are fixing upward on some face beyond the room. , And the blackness' of the spoiler from his cheek oatb chased the bloom; , Never more b!a Now I lay roe" will ba said from mbthor's knee; Novor more among the clover will hocbase the bum ble bee. Throueh the night she watched ber darling, now dei nairinz. now in hone. , And about tho break of morning did ITio angels take him up. THE VOLUNTEER COUNSEL. A THRILLING STORY. John Taylor waa licensed, when a youth o( twenty-one, to practice at tho har. llo was poor but well educatctl, and possegsed extnordlimry genius. He married a beau ty, who afterwards deserted him for anoth er. . ' ' On the !)th. of April, 1RI0, the Court House In Clarksvllle, Texas, was crowded to' overflowing. An exciting case was about to betrifd. Gen. Hopkins, a wealthy planter, had ollercd a cross insult to Mary Kllison, tho young and beautllul wife of his overseer. Alio nusDanu tiireatencn to cliasti.-e him for the outrase, when Hopkins I went to Ellison's house and shot him in his lown door. The murderer was' arrested and balled to answer the charge. This occur 'rence produced a great excitement, and Hopkins, In order to turn the tide or pop I ular indignation, had circulated reports . asuinat her character, and she had sued him for slander. " Both stftte were pending :for murder anil slander. ' Tho interest became dcp.Der when It was known that Ashley and 1' ike, of Arkansas, nd S.-rJ. Prentiss, oi New Orleans, by enormous ices, had been retained to defend Hopkins. Hoiikins was acquitted. The Texas law yers were overwhelmed by their opponents; it was a ntrnt oi uwaris arainsc giants. The slander suit was for the Ot.Ii, and tho thronur of spectators grew in number as I well as excitement: Duhllc opinion was ! setting in for Hopkins; his money had pro cured witnesses who served his poweriui 'advocates. When tho slander case was 'called Mary Ellison was left without an at ' rnrni'V nil hail withdrawn. ; "Have y'oii no counsel?" inquired Judge I BUllett, looking kindly at the plalntrft. 1 i "Xo. sir, they have deserted me, and I i am too poor to employ any more;" replied the neautitm Mary, mirsniig into tears, ''In such a case, will not gome chivalrous meuybcr of the bnr volnnteiT?" said the Judge glancing around tho bar.. : it t The thirty lawyers weroeileut. i 1 "I will, vour honor." said a v61ce from the thickest part of the crowd tehln'd the bar.- - f -- At the sound 61 that voice many started it wits so unearthly, sweet and mournful. The first sensation was changed ' Into laughter, when a tall, gaunt, spectral figure elbowed his way titrouen the crowd, and placed himself within the bar. Ills clothes looked so shabby that the Court hesitated to let the case proceed under his manage ment. "Has our name been entered on the jdjla oTthe i StateT'-dcfnahded the Judge.r . 'JLt is immaterial,", answered the. sttan- a fiendish sneer.' . "Here is my license, from Uierhigiiest tribunal in Amerioal" and he 'handed the Judge a broad parchment. ! The trial went on.' ' llesuil'ered the witnesses to tell their own 'storv-and he allowed the defense to lead !off. Ashlev snoke first, followed by Pike 'and Prentiss. ,, The latter brought the house idown with cheers, In which the jury join !nl " 1 'i -1' i ' ' H-. 'i i' ,i il i ', i I It was now the stmhwcrstnrnjhrlses beforo tho bar, not behind it aud so near jtho wonduriug jury, that he might , touch 'tho foreman with his long, bony Angers. He proceeded to tear to pieces the argu Iments of Ashley, whfch fneltedaway at Tils itouch liko frott before a sun bearnr "Eyery one looked surprised. Anon he came to the IdaaUng wlt of the lawyer, Tike the cud of his lip grew sharper, his thin face began to kindle up, and his eyes to open, dim and idrenry no longer, but vivid aa lightning, red as tire globes, and glaring as meteors, the whole soul was in the eye; the full heart streamed oat of Jiut laco Thea. rthont bestowingan allusion to Prentiss, he turn d short around on the perjured witnesses !of Hopkins, tore their testimony into shreds, and hurled luto their laces such terrible ln veotives that all trembled like aspens, and two ot .them lied from the court house.' The excitement of the crowd was becoming tremendous. Their united life and, soul seemed to bang on the burning tongue of tho stranger; he1 Inspired them with 'the power of Tils malignant passions;, he secm bd to have stolen nature's Jong itiddeu se cret of 'attraction. But his, greatest tri iuhmh was to come. V :', ,' I His eyes began toglujude., at the assassin Hopkins, as his leau, taper fingers assumed the same direction. He hemmed the wretch with a wall of fetrong evidence and im pregnable argument, cutting ofl all hope of escape. He dug beneath the murderer's jfeet, ditches oi dilemma, and held the slan derer up to tire scorn and conOr-mpt of the hopulace." Having thus girt hint about with b circle of lire, he Stripped himself for the tnsHsacre..1'1''! i alt 'In ;.n!i;-.i.i;!.".;'; t 1 Oh. then, It was' a vision i both glorious fend dreadful to behold the orator: Ills ac ttnria became As lmnetiions ha the rri6tton of an' Dak, In a hurricane. " Ills voice became V trumpet,jtlUed with wild whirlpools, deaf ening the ear with crashes of power, and yet intermingled all the while with a sweet mder-soflg ' of the softest cadence. Ms, orehead glowed like a heated, furnace, his sountenance was haggard, like that of a uauiac, arid ever and auou he fluug his long, I bony arms on high, as If . grasping aft-: thunderbolts, r ... , ;. .... . He drew'a picture bf iriurder In Bitch ap palling colors, that In comparison hJl it self might" be considered beautiful"; he pulutcd the slanderer sobhick that the sun seemed dark at noon-day, when shilling oil such an accursed monster; and then flxltig both portraits on tho shrinking' Hopkins,! fastened them there forever. , The agitation, of tho audience nearly amounted, to iiiad-. ness. ' .t ' All at once ''the speaker descended from the perilous hight. Ills voire wailed out? for the murdered tlead and livine-r-tfiu beau,. tiful Alary, more beautiful every . Moment, as her tears flowed faster till meh wept and sobbed like children. ' , I . o closed by a strange exhortation to the jury, and through them to the bystanders i he advised the pannel, alter, they should bring In a verdict for the plaintiff, not to of-J fer violence to the defendant, however rich ly he may deserve it; in other words, "not toiyncn the villain, but ave ma putmn !innt to God." Tills was the most artful trick of all, and best calculated to Insure vengeance. )-. s 'us -, i The j u r v returned verdict of Ifty-thoqsn and dollars; aud the night afterwards Hop kins was taken out of bed by. lynchers, and; beaten almost todeathi A S the court ad journed, the stranger sakl,' vjohn Taylor will preach iiere this evening, at early can-, die light." He did preach and the house was crowded. I have listened to Clay, Webster.and Calhoun to 1 Jwiglit,Bascomb,' and Beecbcr but never heard anything, iiv the form of sublime words, even remotely approximating to tho eloquence of John Taylor massive as a moiuitain, and wildly rushing as a cataract of fire. H iOOOBSSORS TO GEO. WM. jyoDONlU)X GBOCEK8, ' ii ' No. lZlSoHtU Illsrh sltrcel. ' PR0rSLET08 OP THE COLUMBDS POwTER MAGAZINE. AUENTH I'OK THE RALE OF THE MEDUERY WHITE WHEAT FLOfJR. Agents tor tho tale of Uardner. ruiups A Oo. I on' gar Cured llains. ,, . ,,, .... . . . , ..: 1.; , .. . Dealer ia . j CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES , , ..... ; . . . -. . i Of every Description, Imported and Domestic. on-, nf: . i : . I- , t u Jilt., nil. rino men, iuruinn, UI'JUiub, ovunrn, win, -iio, SardiPM. eto. All goods ieiivered free ol charge . niccoLin, may 16 dly ITIllvES AiiTIcllOlVALDS, . No. VU Mouth Uiiih St. JOSEm J. LEWIS, cdahlton t. lewis, s. 8. cox, COUNSELLORS AT LAW, No. 133. EROADWAY: FOSTOFFICB BOX 5660, , NEW YORK CITY,' A TTEND TO . ALL BUSINESS IN t. the Courts of the United States, and in the Departme ts at Washington, tspecial attention given to Internal Revenue business, and to claims agninst Foreign Uovernmonts, as well a our own.. The senior partner, Judge Lewis, lata Coaiiai-' sioner of Internal Revenue, and ClIAltLTOH IV Lewis, formerly Deputy ommissinner, will bring to that dopartment ot business a thorough acquaint-' anre with the Revenue Laws and Deoisions. Mr. Cox's oonneetion with the committee' of Foreign Affairs in Congress, for many years, insures a thorough knowledge of legislation and business at Washington, , Ml . ; " : aug.S-diwtf. ' 8ALI.KRKU, '. T Lata of Mason Co., Ky. , A. HATTHRW8, Of Mnysville,Ky, C. NBL80N, -i Lata of Mt. (Sterling, Ky, , ; mj- .. . i ; Merchants' Hotel, 1 . , (FORMBRUT DINNI80M BOUBIJ il.:' ' ; :ALLEHEtt, NELSON .& CO.," Proprietors,' . , i; Fifth Street, near Mala ., .!' OlXl.OlXXZk.Atl. I OiXOm atrTbts House baring been thoroughly repaired' novated and newly f urnisbed, is now ppen. . , : maras'SVtf Master Commissioner's Sale. Elifha Wilson '1' Court of Common' : . vs. . , . Pleas of .'; John A. Roberts and others.r Kranklin County. fi,TN PIIHSVANCE F AH OIlDKll IJI IX the above oase from tho above Court to. me.diK reoted, 1 will oner inrsmo at puono aucuon,. a& the door of the Court House, in Ihooity of Cohim bus.on . ,( j . . .. i (,..., : i Thursday, the ICth day of November, A. . . . p.1805, . ; ; at two o'dfook'P. y(. thofuflowinK'iioscrlbeil real es tate, situate in Franklin county. Ohioto-wit ' ..' ) . iieingaparl nf Lot Number e8 in J.. Iiulgway's addition toColumbus west of the Bemto river, and bounded anil do nbed as followsv .viii : JWginnmg at the so.utnwost corner of said" Lot o. 8S. thence eaateriyiua tlieiouth line' tbereot' seventy (30) feet, thence northerly at right anijlo tq caid. south line thirty-thr.e (33) feet, thence wesWtly parallel with raid southerly line sevehty,foet to the west line of said liot, tnence souiucny ou it a west nuo 10 me, place of beginning. Anpraised at 61M.0.0, Trinler a li foes Kl 75 -- WM. DOM1GAN. . SharUJ and. ltotCouiouasioner. oetn-dltAwtd A THRILLING STORY. Legal Notice. rrrl'MiAm ol atcVEsis'ANii "JEt-i iSM 'I MaStovens.his wifeyflf Orrailty. iStato , 'nflnwa.wiU take notice that Oeorite W. lncbamu 'of Pranklin conuly, O lit, did, on the 18th Uay of1 Ooteber, lass, file his petwraa in the voh, pi tjnra-, mon Pleas, within and for the County oT Franklin,' in said Stntof Ohio, Seainst Ue said William 0. Stevens and Jomiiua Stevens, delondants, sotkrtig forth that, the said William O. Stevens And Jemima Stevens his wite.cavea mortgage tatbosaid George , W , Injiham on fi;. acros of land, more or less, being i the west piu-tof 1 No.i of thesub-idlvisionof aeo-! :tion No.4,in tow,hip-No.' 3 isnd.Jiuige ,Wo,l8 , said county of Frankun, State of Ohm, and in bha mn township, to secure tbe pa v meut of. 52T, aoeord i ing to a certain note rnferred to in said mortgagee, and that thore Hsdne thereon $0S.2 of interest, with in terest t hereon from January 1. lsa&, and praying tA at i said premises may bo sold to pay the same aud for, other relief. ' ' " .' 1 M ,:: .The said William O. Stevons and Jemima Stevona, are notified that thoyare roquirod to appear and an-' swer eaid petition nn or before tho third Saturday ! after the 24th day ixf Kovem ber, 1S65. , , . . Dated' this l'-'th Uay 01 ctoner, jnbo. i! 1 III ' i VtUUIH.'U, By H. R. Albert, his Attorney,. UUOHGKW, INGUA1L i'i I'. 1 1 l in eot!3-6w ROAD NOTICE. ; Notice is liEUE.nr fifVEw. tiiat mniiitnti will he nrnftented to the CmnrnlSHibn- rsof Franklin county at.their next bceember see-n slen, to layout and e-siuimn acuauity roaa in t rapa lin townsnlp, commencing ou the Amity road at or near the corner of the old farm br.Thmrlae Deenis, land runnins- sonth nn the line between the lands or 1'homas JJeoins ,and. William Wilson to,the Coum-. busand.Xenir railritaibjthenee .south on Oie line. betwDcn fhe Ilmd of Klfcrpitl, Williatn Wilsotf, and A. tHiittandeir a, id WitHH;to,lh sowthenKMirner vi William Wilson s farini thono:Ui the Katiimali road on tha line between.the lands of Robert Jtiuri oau auu jx vuliwuviuu, .uij iu'?,,!i'i,Vni IV ii,a BopUi,ls68-OOU8-4ww -4W. 0b8 AlAfliiAii vvTOp.iewra,; xfi.i -ii.i ji llM:nj(IAKK,'Oloi' J,i J"1-' .1 , , , ...II III ,, . 11,1 " , ' I , II. 111''! I-. Ill '- 111 f.BOBk BANLllI j; . U "AfWKM,, .J.st.DIHItA junwe-ut ROAD NOTICE. 57th General Assembly of Ohio. ml SENATE ' i' ' '. ! ".'nlju ' BENATOHfl. S. I,, llaynsn.' i'i ud (ico J) ilollistei. DIS. COUNTIES, at Hamilton.. . .. W. M. nntcinan'. 6il Warren and Bntler..'..'.'..N. !.MoFarlandtiill 3i MwitaoBiers and Treble.. .A. h. Harrif.. . th llmwnand Olermont....3. t. DiHMnWWX Sth (ireen, Clinton, etc....... A. V. Ijan, sihRnM and Hiithland . hilaslriori. " fUiAdains, Rcintn. eto ....... John 1'.. WiiKn.i i stli jjiwrenoe, Gallia, etc loseph l!rsi)liury,i , Bth Fairfield, Athens, etc.... W. JsVi Ootdtti. dil ItHh Franklin and Pickawsy.t.iU', WulUnm J. II Utli Jbauipaign,;iarke, eto.Toland Jiipe , f KlthDnrke, Miami, etc.a.... John E. Ciwmini, lHthlngan, Marion, etoj tyU. Ooleji-.j;! 14th Waxhiniton.Mortran. etc.ram'l 8. Kbowes. th Muskingum snd ! Terry. .lhtnidB. iinm ii Uith-Liclung and Unaware.. Willard arner 1742S- nox, Wayne, eto. , .,. J hmi. ( Umirt. lth Coshocton &Tuscarawas.u(7 .Burl!. Wth Monroe and Ouerntev.. . Htvogti j i)i;A Both Harrison and Uolmont... Henry West. , ., , 21t Mtaik and Carroll -.Henry S. Martin.'"1 2'2ri .1 elf omen k Columbiana. J. T; Hrooks.'nu Uut 23,1 Mahoning A Trumbull., -Geo. T. lirown. 21Ui Ashtabura, Lake, U),...Aboer Kfllosg. a 2.sth C'uvahoga Painut-I Will anisrraT' (ith Portage and Summit.. '.Navall I). Tibbals. Wth Medina and Lorain..,, .!...!. GriswoliLr) Jflth Richland and Ashland., Jfunuel May. aothfil urun. Uria, eto . i j. , . ; . .K i H. riadler.i it I 1 1 aist,-SenocaOrawford. etc. iLyt"WJZt, 32d-rW llliams. Aufflai eto Wjw ifrey. .,!,., li.,.. it ii.ii i 33d Lucas, Hancock, eU. Tarlea Cartin. im-1 ttfc:::::::!::;::::::::?:.':1 Republicans In Roman; nemoratBfit'l.i;ilv' . Tboso marked thus were luembexs of tha last Legislature. . , -ie, ,. , , , ;-i (;...(. i;;0 - HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. .'. COCKTISS,: Adams ...... .... AI'eo.,..-...-..'..VM.-:. Ashland. Ashtabula A thons. IllrUKSENTAi;iVIES, .Henry L. lillip". WllUum iitrvilU S. A . fforthway. ....;...Wm. P. JobnHoniW Jtpburt E. (iorden, Cnulm Davenport.' John l'at.n-if ', n K 3f. Filch, ' (CAWstoiiAffr ui,A. ElUt it Uaalon, . ..Wm.lefnrd.l S.'l". McMorrao. , .'. ..ir.Henry C.ttotsiAma !A biatn lVetor. John It. Branch, ........... .Jesse; Orenit JS. W. Clark. , (sVwiol Kox. ....lYetwA W. "Ihorikiltmi ThomitH Betr ill. A. Dangler!! I1 C. li. Lookwood.a, " Ol. K.Gallnp.- 8ciiinl.vera. ..). I-..J "ugh.' ,.,,.i.T. Wiknx.f ...U.M.fiutkr.. :...'lMills Osrrtner. t tilin O. yl'6. it V.. Masters.' J . 11. M.-Montgiitnery,, Telor lli'cbcock. ;.K. V. lli.wanl.l Inbn T. Clark- A quinize. MVltT'i liuluiont. lirown ., Butler..l....; Carroll Champaign.... Crarke Clermont... '..i Clinton. J..... Columbiana... Coshocton, . ... Crawford Cuyahoga ...;. Darke.... i... j liciawaro Erie.......;... Fairfield Fayette Franklin Fulton .' (iallia tieauga Urevne Ciuoruaoy lenry Kessler,'-' Wm. Stanton. in W. I'. Nixon, Jno. M.!ochran;i Gostav Tnfel, M. T. Gaddis," K. II. Oberkline.1 T. L. Youni. Geo. B. Wright.: Hamilton Hancock Ilnrilin Harrison... - Hit'lilHtnl Hocking Hulinea Huron Jackson...... ..... .IcfTcrson Knox .' Lako Lawrenee Licking ,..... Logan.. .............. . Lorain Luih .Madiwn .Mahoning...... .Marion.... Medina , Meitrs... ; Mercer and Van Wert. Miami... Monroe...., Montgomery1. .......... Morgan...'. Morrow., Muskingum. Noble ,' ... Ottawa and Wood...i. Terry.... Pickaway Pike".; I Torts go ... Prebl Putnam and Henry.... Richland Ross...'......Vf,......: Sandusky .'. '. .:. . .'. .'. Scioto................. Seneca Shelby Stark , Suninit TrtmibulK u,. ....... Tuscarawas. . . . .' Fnion... ....';..'..... ..- Vinton......... Warren :. Washington ' Wavhe.V..., Jamie 1 untie, : Solomon Krsnerl j.i.iijtignim. ClnraJ , D. M llarrett,, Wm. iS. Prfnhnvh . ', turc.McMit rrtll.. Frank Sawver. James Tripp.n Sam'l C. Kerr. H. R. llanningj; Russeli llnstinas. ....Thou. N. Diivcy jnhn 11. Putnam. ' JuMl t". FnllrH. ; :,....l)on Piatt. ,...W. W, lioynton.. ...i.::.J.'A. ChasaJ r-R, il 'I'"i"&.i Iiweph H'uu. ... I .... . .John Bitteneranta, I Hiram lironson. Tnos. A. Welch." ...v. a, mm., W. l) Aleianiler, '.i.Mirl UntilUy.' SIr.LiQV. ..... (Sam'l Kiirrmi. Thoe.J. Williams.. John U. UIkhIos.. (A.W. Hhipley. (Terry Wilea. .Charles liare., ..........fl. L.Wood. , A. L. PerriU. .........'...... InotratJ, Wm. Stcdman .; ......Philip Lybrnoa-.7 ..: S.if.ltUers 8.S. Jflom-, .I : .'t.iA PrmotnUi EliiaH (Jlrkteu.1 firtao A'uv., B.F. LtftitrJ JR. F. Schneider. V"v;.(Unnphre.v Hoover,. John Encell. '.'.Austin I). Aibhee., J oM M. A'eooV. ....M. C fittwrbrico. ....v.i.r..fKJi. nif, I. H. Coulter. : jA. L. OurtlsJ' lA.h llaakin. .Jnhn AfiU, Williaitsi Ui Defiance ........ u,. J... ..... ,f "U-M,, r, ll Wyandot. .. J i. X H'oV ' Republicans.. I,. ',...'.!..;..,.'..'!'6S, Damoerata ..i.v.. ..... .-'. ..''.'. ...'.' .'. .'.S'.'-.i ? W' 1 -Republicans in- Roman;" Democrats in Those marked, were mesibers of the last House. 1. 1 Ori inint ballot. linnMiian:.' J... .l' i W'i I :"t ..iemrJoratsU'.v..iJ.i.......w.Jlt il o:i 1 1 '. -: 3 1 . " 1 .i ci ' j in l Old and yQung 8110111(1115 i.-rjv i ''.it 1 'l'!", Mil OI .;') lillliont:' i ' 1 1 1 J . '!.. iioihi'inTji ' T''' kf ,"i l."'i'--'i,l i -. i -J!-15'.Jv!,V) '.0;-!'i.. w '. i ': : ."aJV y .- "I'.V ii "iti'.niM 1 -111.1 jpr. .; l.;:r.;i!0-y.7i.inu) ?J -.,',,,ni:'.!li'-THE-..HAl'lla-f(lli - 'I'O ! ' "Xt 'preyntaot -stopiai 'ito' lIiiuSMt ifrorri falling; Cleansea'BeaTitilies'a Pf eset-veS, Snd rendors' it ani Glossy,' 'nd; thoLTead ' freW froia ot :t)andruff. 'ii .mi . nnin "'i'i '! yii;iii:M ; It i3 th3 best Hair Dressing I,., ,,,,-,(,i,,f!,WW;,yPRKc.im juno24-dAwSm Ji lt'. nili'Ut: l-i-'.-l 'Ki.il Notice. ! JaijiesNrtri'lsJ pl'tn.1 If Bratalof Ohio;-' Courk ef I .,,.ivs.i " . ,' Common Tloasolirank-j pbpbiaO. Nortis, deft.) 'I'm County., ,,v riri'EFEfsAwT ts: riEaEBtW- - 1.1 tuleej-that) thai plainrIr.oa tha Wh day"f ' SepVnvberi ltifti- lied nia petition in the abi)va named -boirl,oTiargingthe defendant with- havlna commit-- (ed adultejy-iwifjbi divers parsons ia fli eitrof Cin-1 . cinnati, Ohio, n tbe summer of lfM and lHSiS: and praying that he may n divorced-from said defend 11 tot. whioh petition wilj beeard at the t term of, laioionrt. J AS. RUllrtlS. y Kanklnarru w jrua, Ainniaya. j i '- r-- O0l8-6ww -A , i t K.. : ... ,' i .. f; -(j Notice. TS HE HEREBT GIVEN THAT TME SCB- i SCK1UER has been appointed and qitaltfledag Kdmlbistraifir. l the aatate of , hmiaa bnueoiakiiri I iHteol rraumin i;ouniT.ownii. jli.r-. I liitiHl at IUM II'" wvt i in, ."'t-i-. r v..- - ' ooUT-ltW3t iiaavaajaa.j tunuu .