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VOL. XXXIV.:"- v;;r ':';r;iv'v; . : ' - f:1 ' 11 CbLUMBUSvOflI(). MONDAY MORNI- JULY 9, I860. J , . -: '- '" "'"".. iL
IIAYE1 YOU 13 E EN:,
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DUNPORD & CO.;
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No. 1276 , SOUttl HlsH' street.
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ir JVot, by' all I
A Splendid and fcExfcn;;
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! IlonKht by on Nolcncpa In (he Art, Incft lhcrfon( ReUactlon In
lrice and wlilchfyiU bqavld at , ,,
lOWEtl KATES : . TIIAN CAN i BE FOUND ELSEWHERE.
' ' ' ; . - ; .,;, ft! . ,. j ; -....1 ) -i . '
ft. P. DUNFOKD & CO;, - - Proprietors.
N, B. Country Merchants Suppliqd by the Case'; or Dozen.
janlO-dlyeod-mnylo i ., ." .
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T i .
SPRIXG AD SIMM GOODS.
rrifE OniO MEnciMNT
J fA . compo-eil of
. riiiinlmr nf .Inllrnpr
men Tailnrsof tip. city, and oreaniieil under the
General Laws of Ohio, h.vu opened their
MO. 185 NOITII
N.(thnrVor the OPERA rnOUSff UtOCE, whare
we cordially invite tlin (ienUemcn of Uolumbm and
the lurruuudiDK ooutitr; to call and see our
LARGE AXD ELEGANT STOCK
-T tv rr
ElAlm, a treat Tariety of Farey'and Vlaln YaetlDlC
Jlstcrltl, all of which we make up to order on short
notice, and at ai -h prior, m rannot 'ail to be ae
ocpuhle to Rontlnuien whft ruiva for tie laot tit
jears been paying .noruioui profit. i ,'
' " MR. W. C- PERKS,
The well known Cutter (late of Marotu Ohttttmi
tabllshinent),,Suprintend. that Departaieol ef i
buiinesa. Ilia anulliciont guatantee that we will
Rive en' ire satisfaction in th shape, out and fit of
every farraent that we mciifncturj ,f - ' r -'i
..t it'be reineioberod, thav we Kavor7atrlmItoM
break down monopoly and high pri-, which we ar.
determined to do, being patisfiea if we obt.io area-1
eonable ppreentnge orer oost on our material, AnJ,;
fairjnnrneymeu'a wajcj for our labor. We jball
always keep on band a select stock of Gentlemena
J; FURNISHING GOODS.
llioaoboiceaeleotion of TT TT TT
EEAY - M ADE; CLOTHING,
Mad. expremlrfor eur Arm, which we arrant to be
ot gnoa material and wnrkinanxhip, and wbicnw.
will toll at prioes that will astonish purchaser, , , t
ISO SHODDY GOODS
Kept at thin establishment Oentrnten eiffonraf
uj in our enterprise, and onraira shall ever he to
merit yonr patronage andodnfidorWe by waVatem p(
htneet dealing, low prises, good goods, and nnmla-
tanaoieau. . . . v
r - . THB Oj M. Tj A a CO;
Col um ban, April, IMS. ; : aprT-dendlr ;
, , CASSIMEUES, CLOAKINGS
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.fi . ' ., ..I . I- .V
VI. i , r. M- .,.(. I. A
Or all deiwrlptlon., for men" and boys Wear, aelllnf
atpricfis to suit the time.. ; t
aprll7 BAIN HON
ft . . -v:.- om "i.rfi.it n"
luner Black Oro. Oralns, all widths,
'i' " Lyonf.'i!ordB anl Anniiresf! 1 ft '
Plain and Trlpple t)hain Teffnta. I.'f At
Huoeriorand Medium (fro. d. Rhiniu
" Don hi. fare Krocadn in iilajo and Colon.
Ulack and Cblorud Morie AntinuAa.
Ain,a svlaudid aannrtroeiH-ot Fancy Dren ti
D . ' 1. .ill .. 1. , -i iL. . 1..1..L
KILUIUVI 0IIM, Ul UIIUIIIW IIIWI .Ufl RrDH UnUUBU'
g31d. and sola lar below the market value.
aprll7 HA! . NOf,
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IT 9 P V V ti D T VP' " ft Hn l V I '
alU 11 kill A Ii li 1L HjI UU U IT Jli j
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, Eace andE.nbr.TdVed(forU pa, T i V I s
kprllT k BAIN SON.
ollna In prioes. and solliugat great bareains j
Pf17 - BAlw A 80Nt
(jL(jUAsj: mmm mmm
rvAtL AND BEB -OBB, EA.tABIT
J KORTMENT. .r-aiT-.a Mai
ajrHt., - ' . i ro ,'.ia BAIN., B0N.A
SUAIE8 AID SUM
Cmbrellat s4d low a - i -
apr'17 i ' i i" '
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Uiyaara id Jersey Ciiy.whei, her ireaunant laeon
giremenU and all diseaua incidentad'to thitdren
avat.oa aaiveraaliy aokaewiedOj..' ilie, traato
W'amb Diseases, no matter of how loaal tandiaa) or
enmplicated, and would prefer thot.iJcaaaa-'Whiea
L... mA.imA. n.. j4lal tr.atm.nt V, a f ,,ra in nMn ,m
ooirruiM iba snHeierot hersuMioakiil.il arhiobfi
ine can aire (lie moei, uuvAuouiiuu.uia M.iiuiiM,aw4
r uffioe hours trom to a. w aa i rw M-ia
Ti as Lac a.ed In coi.'vniavij' at
Inmhu and vioiuitr after a- a cnoaefnv .imum n(l::a
j -.-t,, ''V 'J,-"F"--ir .....jrji,o
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A RARE OPPORTUNITY
Iff HEREBY OFFERFD
.'!' i THR 4HIKKNS OK CO-
: . LliilBUriANU VIWMiV . . .,
FOR SIXTY DAYS.
STEBBINSj TOWNE & CO,
. , : , ', 1 WIL1, OPKN THEIR
WHOLES A LEUOyMSi ;
NO. 1 G WYNNE . BLOCK,
- ' ATUD WILIi 8EI1L AT .'
: KKI'AIL KHOUTHKIK - I ' I
, ., , . K 1TIRE .tiTOliK FtB . ,
' ' SlXl'lf 'DAY a AT ; "
W.4 hay.nlarg. StMh toNleettrow. '
LIVEN PUSTKUS, .
LIS EN rANTi4 A VESTS,'
BiiACJC DiUScJ COaTS. i
CASSIMERK SACKS, .
KMil.ISH VVAl.KINW COAfS,
DOTS' CLOtLIXO. less than oosl.
J?ANCY.aiimTS,: :-') '
if -. ' ntikCF.a..;
; ,i . . 'ILL,
iAts'at cnsT.'1 '
tUCK ULOVEd AND: MITTENS.
W0RJ3' TO'TIIE-AVISE IS SUFFr-
j ,'" k"TIrrjiniai 'THE .NUIBEIt,
j 'i" Cornar .Town and, Third streets,) -3XO.
, u COLUMBUS, OUIO.M) v,.!-
i KTF.nniitis, towme 4e co.
k, B. ANOiOI.
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etoeW and fixtures of D. ilavden. Mo. M North
llilb MtmWww mtdiUnt; ,. . j .rfJ,i ii- '
resh frem the Eastern oitfam -
We also intend to
(Mf .pbaad at all time, auuppj. of Coqutor Fiw
d uce ot every ueacripuon, T e ronpecltuliy cau tna
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T , i 'l, I i. r( i , . ; , I T I
lie.. Motel and Boarding Itou.
' ' Kvteert, .l.iL. . . .
i M,i , i. Kvteert,
to Stock of Goods. and iBSittthetntt nxatnltfe
tnd l.'n our prices brrora purchasing elsewhere.
In addition to thtaahftva.wihkTeooenad a
tiA - RGIS, FEEU STOB
una hand cqin,oat3.iran.ao u
Shi. Ji l)r,n Tn.U.
e prepared to furnish ant-
km at th. lowest market
7 ' tJF- B ' 1 y
j W,B" riroip: SPOPLft ASa TUB "rT
' ' va wwiHH ' vvuiutkuui
. . i mvv nu , a.iiiiirfir,"-ri 1
In frtfereYir to a'l ethers fot; restoring Urfcy;Hh
lsi.f- Be -aseit h a nont a CoIotnolalh.BDll-
T2H. .S.iins.if hr.v.,U tha h.irfm .tfin
Entl Town, Street.
W?" ."i t.yl ,f u: -'1.73
salt-fa 'in Vairoy Drf fiohrrB.tfo9ieftt
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A. C. HEADLEY CO.
AR DAILY OPENIN
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250 & 252
SOUTH HIGH STREET.
SOLE AGENTS IN THIS CITY
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' For tile sale of A. K. YOUNG'S colobrated
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BON TON HOOP. SKIRT!
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Adopted br Messrs. A. T. P to wart A Co..' of Now
Y rk for thoir retail trado, to the exclusion of all.
3in.r mBKW , i,j'. j-., i,i,-Diayx.
MEW GOODS I
f JEW GOODS!
1 1.'. uM, . . .ii -XT-'
RICHARDS & HOLMES,
1 1 i ,!, : .'in' J"' ' ' 'i ' n-'iiit :'
SOUTH HIGH STKfiET
ol f..';j'"i -f: I ij Jf'ii i,'. r.'i'
liiil i .!! : 'Hi 11 l' :f '. IV
rnn.l.l Inff a
i if, ,
Organdies, j, -. UA-Lawns, . vr,'-t,n;T ,
brenaicnes, , . Crape JMarots, .
I. ' Derases ' "'"'..' ChlntMS. - '"J '
- . . ",'n)hms. , .i i :
, i'lquos, . ilaraoillos
l.'i i;- Ac. iv'i 'l-'J't -'.." i.io
Also. full assortmatll of " 1 "': '
-r,v r-laV,i ACE .S Ifo.i T
I 1 ' i 1 il.l ; ; . '
'. 1 AfuUlidor--
I -i c r
BIack ; Bqi ilks ( for Mantle ,
'' Foufards'&nd Plaf
n and Fanoy Dres'a Silks.' ,
.yrt'H ilr. r
' AUo, tli.' LaUit Sty lei !
cloaks i:;;'iMwLs i
' J 'iil'-iffl 1 1 V.'.fiqtfJO'J fc?J ! 'l
ol! r?.v !" n - .i A ."..'loll er.eO I
I'artioalar attention paid, to, the teleotjoa oi oar
: ' I'fil
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B. WILSON. i
0mCEj -1 No. '111 v Broadway.
ni ,ho ii h igO jbi.n.?Nb "
m Ul'j,'l"i (.') : .nO!J(lli(l.ll(..
rixfci it ab to h i4 -lAlVtEniitrE.
,.,iMKNTS fornnhtrn WiitMn uilHiiailun
papery At the usual prioe, and will make prompt re-
ttlttai ' t'lllS'I f'ltir 0 ! ''tiJ y,lll.li. 'lii v
) Tkomjiptr eDirtfai Aar of it&Mi4Min
Mef ej.ojOt,wf(A ,A
'"J JiSIWI'irWWr f ii fnnoJ-w -in
IIon. S. S. COX. maysi-dtf
;"tttt'. 1 .
j DUPLEX ELLIPTIC, v j :
noon SKIRTS !
Will not Dknd or BRKAKlike th'SiN0i.i RpRiMfld,
hirt will ilw its- PkIhkkv their I'ekUxjt and
BltCTIFt'L bUAPS. , ;
i Their Woft)RKFtVL r LUxrart'TY adds to tha
OoxrokTandfLHa.vBa nf the Wiakkr.m will be
PiKTimn.AKLY Exfkuiksceo by I. a hies attending
CnoiiRr lU-OKPTto'nH, Hamas, Opekah, Ac:j and
ihe.f-ro.'lily ai.pt themvalvta to AMI CbaIHS,
;uulica I'kws. Kailhoad Cabs. Ao.
THE EMPRESS TRAIL,
, (Juki Introduced),
. most perfect and beautiful Trail, suggested by th
resent fashion, is made from the - )
!: NEW 'DUPLEX STEEL,!
WhieH ia ROLLED TI1ICKER, giving Grsiteb
pesistan'CK to the Skikt, but loosing nmenf the
Ki.bxibir Qitalities for which the DUPLEX
ELLIPTIC stands o I'ke eminent. Manufactured
by bole Owners of Patent.
WESTS, BRADLEY & CARY,
07 Chaiiibnr NI., nnd 70 and
Merchants will be supplied a ahoy, and by!job-
bers every where Ladi&j wiil Had them iu all first
ol&sr stores in this City. '
DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRT!
BBADLEY'S . DUPL5X. .SKIRT I
1 "lOMPltESS TRAIL"
And ether styles for sale by '
BAIN eh OOISJ,
' pl2-odJin to 29 South High Street.
BBADLEI'd DUPLEX SKIRT I
LAbrt;i, fusses and ciiildkeiv
( Forsaleby' ' ' "" ' : ' '
A. C. HEADLEY & CO.,
apia-eodml 1 t.'iO and fe52 South nigh St.'
IHOST FASHUNflBLE AND POPULAR lit USE,:
I '''' rOR.''BAtl T
RICHARDS & HOLMES,
183 South njKh Street.
BBADLEY'3 DUPLEX " SKIBT!
j- 'V . AT WHOLESALt.BY '
.KELTON BANCROFT & CO.
Bev. J, F. GIVEN Editor and Proprietor
PuhlUhfltl wpnklvnn Frirtiiv m.t . . I
I ' Office Ho. 20 North High Street.
i V - J-? -At4-''" .'!::
: BOOR AND JOB PRINTIXC. ,!
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THE WITNESS AI!tIJI TO J1E-A 30(b
religion jnarnal, free from the political raaoer
of tho, times aud opposed to the mingling of pqlitios
and rel'Rlon. "
It is an indapondon enterprise, bat is eondueU
'din the intorost of the niovosuent which looks to
the establishment of Cbnrches on a basi of free
and limplechristianity, dircardincall creeds but the
h;ki ,a .11 ..... ..f k.;.,i. . k... .i...
viviA.ii,, a,, v. n,i v. vu, id.ibu .Vliuna,lll UUb l,U.b
of a Christian life. It seeks to be enteriinin and
instructive to old and younr, having a page devoted
excl'isively to the fhinity eivlni current intelli
gence, religi ims nd secular, and reporting the mar
kets, East and West.
J We hope all tihoare in favor of a Christianity
free trom politics, sec arianirm and fanaticism will
xiefd to ua lhei putruua( , , ;
(CEI ICE! ICE!
T AM IVbrPREIAHEDtOriJKNISn
X -lha pablio in gedeml with
o r,tKt ,',.3F XT;,5EX, 3SB,'--
Tjnilch was nrncured -ome two miles above the city'
and W W Mjrbtiiui AHil:tK,itlieli WHr be
furnished at the LOWKnT POrilSIULE RAXtS.
Thahkful forpa't patranact) I solicit a ooritinuanc
of toe same. Having last year built and Sited two,
lane Ice Houses, in addition torn'' former one. I feel
obnfldorrtl of supplying all demands. Orders left at
V. A, A b. Lesquereux'8 Jewelry ntora.o. 71 South
Hittli street, opposite the Slate House, or with tse
waconbn the streets, will reoeiva prouaak attention.
l)r requiuit, I shall ooqtinua to keep CHOICE
FRKSH OYS I'ERrt during the summer, which I
reo.iv.dVtf.ua,ore. mQ. ,
mayia-d3m-r '!'' aetUerin Ioa-aad Oyaterii'i
I Vi'u .r-i'.v ii-ti'ixjl ;''-: fioJ'lv:
tiiquors olall Kinds
fi'i'r i in sK.
tin II, p
rriEN TEATl OLi! BOVBRON WHIS.f
A. ky... Thirty barrel pur. 1Q years, old Boarbpo i
wntsay. - Also, iweury-nv Darren -pur iwu
orthUertorandt, Wfll'bekoH bi th detnUoTm,
kcgorbarrelt also.tJli kindp of ,yf Ism ajndj ethaf
Liquors, by , . .'
1 1 idt i minim Ka.uKjKy nvwr oc mwy-7 rj,
d9 : .M8.9nth Hiah.stPaat.,,
REAL ESTATE' FDR SALE:0
T.!: !: ':')'(' JJ 'I" 1 '"II f!.t "1.1 .null'" WO
A, JBOEBLE.. FHAITJE. DWEtEINC,
' containing Elkht 'Kootns, with avnlctimd Lot 1
by, mH usot, fronunc tfce irtah Uattwlio Chaxol. I
ir sale at a baigain. .AUo.
j ...... ii -.til li ll. l.'..J Mi
A BcauUful-Xotlorow Acres,
n'llroaAtatMet narth ttdd, one And onamdl
aile eaaaof High suret. . . i'or aaje t baraain. ,
rorparhBtilars,eillttbu'"4 ''u" 7 -Liunell-dtf
OHIO STATESMAN OFHCJi.
: n rr-: ,!, -.n v -r
i 1 '1' . I ' Mi' ' rl; ,j
ONLY ONE ROOM.
"Change carrlnpieB here, gentlemen, on
account of the Itusaiun frontier. ! Every
one (l(ccnd. PurdoinrnadiKr Herr, but
you triuHt, remove your elt'ecta. lor the vifice
do dounnne.". Tnu the civil , ft ussida
guard of the train, for the station was
Kydtkuhnen orv the Eaatern railroad. The
flat-capped porteradaid violent hands upon
the lugge, and we all went through the
Ptnseitm bureau and across to: that ovr
Which Waa paiuted the blaek eagie of lin
lia, and through the dim glass of whose
windowi appeared the green unifurtn and
glistening pewter medals of the iiusiiian
frontier guard-. . ;.! t-(; '.
This wainy first northern journey, and
it was nndertakea chiefly though not en
tirely, on account of buslnesg. I was not,
strictly speaking, a business man, being in
fact a sleeping partner ia the old establish
ed house of Hutohmororf Lowndes & Co.,
bankers of Lothbury, London. :
: 'A 8 Mr. Lowndes, who managed most of
theaflalrs ot the house eince Mr.:JIutch
mere had grown so very old and frail, con
fidently imormed me, we had long ben On
terms of business intimacy with one of the.
oldest and most respected of the English
fi rms in St. Petersburg ; that of Druce, (iiray
& Druoe, in the tallow trade, whose sig
nature was known and honored on every
exchange in Europe. But Druce, Gray &
Druce, who were truly reported to have
amassed great wealth in 40 years' experi
ence of the gainful Russian tratlic, had im
prudently invested in other securities than
tallow. In this emergency, our house was
applied to for aid, and we agreed to come
to the rescue, On condition that valuable
securities, for tho realization of which we
could afford to wait, enould be lodged in
our haads.v These securitiei were trans
mitted to London, and but one thing re
mainedto lorward the money urgently
This, Iiowever, was not easy. Under
ordinary circumstances, a draft on a tit.
Petersburg bank, or a paroel of bills of ex
change, would have answered the purpose;
but not then. Tnc credit of a commercial
house ia as delicate a thing as the white cont
of the ermine, and as easily tarnished; and
Druce, Gray & Druce had stipulated that
every conceivable precaution should be
taken to keep the affair a profound secret.
Thus It fell out tltat I found myself on
the Russo-Prussian frontier on a gray and
moist afternoon In autumn, bouud for St.
Petersburg. I fouud the custom house
offlckls at Eydtkuhnen mach less trouble
some than I had expected.- My fnsport
was perfectly en regie, duly emblazoned
with the British arms, aud stamped with
red and black eagles in every absurd atti
tude to say nothing of the Belgian lion
thereon Imprinted at Ostend. 1
In the lint-class, carriage of the Russian
train I bad no companion toKowno; but
there a gentleman otin. lie wan awell
dr. sscd, well-looking man of 35; dark,
wiry and active, with lively hazel eyes and
superb i teeth.-With him he brought a
heap of fur coats aud pelisses, as well an a
portmanteau closely resembtlharfliat which
1 kept under my feet, and which contained,
In gold, and notes, the large sum to be ad
vanced by pur house to the flrrrt of Drnce,
Gray A Druoe. The new arrival took oft
his fiat on getting into the carriage, accord
ing tQ.tlie pwlite fashion abroad, and as lie
Settled himself in his seat, eyed me with a
quick sidelong glance that seemed to take
Biy measure in a moment. i c o
I We were soon engaged in conversation.
Our talk, beginning in French, and gliding
iiuiraiuciiuijr miu jiiiiisu. aiy uew UC'
otialntancc snokeboth l,mruqtrps with ner.
feet fluency, and with no perceptible for
eign accent, lie waa very chatty and
agreeable, full, of anecdote and Inloxroa-
iion, ana loin me mucn aDout the country
auu people oi inenisinri we wore travel
ing, M if hia. lifehad been spent' in the
neighborhood. I set him down. Inwardlv.
for a Russian nobleman, till by some chance
remark he changed thocurrentof my ideas;
and he afterwards frankly owned that he
was i a uutcu engineer, and named Van
J I presently gathered from 31. ' Van
Marum's discourse that he was In the em
ploy, for the time being, pf the imperial
Government, and was preparing estimates
for no. extensive system of drainage anrl
Jmbackment to be carried into efl'ect on Uie
crown estates, I mentioned that business
or nnusual Importance had prompted my
jonrney, and ioeiitioiled the name of the
Irm toiwhioh I was accredited. , . ; i
''You don't say so, my dear sir," exclaim
ed the, Dutchman, ."Luce fc Co., of
JVevskoi Prpsoekt ana the Admiralty quay !
Id that case, tjfcrmit me to congratulate you
in advance ujmn the brilliant reception that
awaiU you. The hospitality., ot, that great
houso Is splendid sumptuous." Tlo.re is
rUritt. What! on earth is tile matter r" ''
M. Van Marum' might well ask t'' The
train had just stopped: with a jarring jolt,
the brakes were giving out a grating noise,
the 8teain-pfpe,(had begun to utter its an
gry rotrrwr impatience, and thump! thuitip!
went Lho buflVra of the carriages together,
as we came to au abrupt halt. On our
nihtnppearedthetowMivl"Wiliia, witli its
dray roofs, and ihcFdomea Ot the numerous
clmrcbc. sheathed .in, polished . metaU
bronzed and gilt, or blazing with green and
Vermilion, under the watery raya of the
setting suri. " ' " i.i,
j "Some accident!" I said, jumping np.tq,
look out.ot the window. I took a long
look, but could not exactly make out the
cause of uf-dctentlon. "It looks'iike a
lrro of bullock-ar," aald I, resuming my
seat.' -' .'! i ; ; ....
My companion thrust his head out of the
v liuldw, saying, "Not so, my dear Mon
8 eur Bainbrldge; Those are the Carriages
that soldiers travel in. The Government
must he forwarding treopa in haete aiong
t(ie railroad.. Something must have hap
pened in the south,"' . . " ,
iAnd bo lt;ptovff. UA krbhg rbrce of
troops was being sent tb tho Bmtn and wetsti
to repress come threatened outbreak Buong
the Polish peasants oriRuBslan serfs, aud
the authorities had jjressed all the staff
and rolling stock of the line into, their ser
vice, . ForiGrty-elght hours there" was no
hor'that1 the 'regnla,, passenger'' tfafllrj
cotald go n, audlK was oompaUory that w
shotua stop at Wiluaji',,, -. r ..,.,
) "Come along. MrJSalabrldge," aaia iny
rtew friend; "rkho Wlloa weir. There fs
bift ontl !nn ibovC th rank of tavern, and
If we do not make baste it wuTbs filled upi
Here is tho drosky of the hotel, which tie
Sroprletor fondly caik , his 'omnibus.'
umpinioni-i'a.a i-.ijj.as; r ri
ll, ooagratulatea my self;, as we jojted
along, on Jbe good fortfine tflboh had pro-'
enrea tne so potent an alljr as my Dutch
fflpnd,.1bf Itegan to ie 1 my' OWD nelplejFs'
itess prcttf strongly r But the current of
rtf ideas ioOahRftgerl when we rattled rnJ
to the court-yard ot a: ehrvenlyuboce hat
appeared prlnolpa41y-4 oBist-(f stables.
Yart Marural thundered, outi jltmaad foJ
the "gospoUln," and bq peremptory wf 8,1.1s
voice, and so nerfect Ida flnenrv In tha
anncuit Jttuscoviie ianguagevt.natVt-e; Koon
b;ad the landlord) 1 v Jgreasy ltit1a'n'''Jews
dap In handbtfaro st lang'-jilifcus&toni
' 1 1 : 1
1 "It is vexations,' said Van Mafu'm.'
"'Hie inn 1 very full; porno' stupid fair hai
attracted broken and buyers from 4t dis
tance, aiadtlu-re remains 'only one room.'
Come and ape it." , , , , f
'But you, monsieur !" returned,!. "I
ought not to monouoHze all the acconimo
dation the house affords; and. in fact, your
claim is far better than mine." , . r .
A comproinUe was iat last suggefteu.
There was but one bed, but there was a so
fit in No. 8. On this sola a'sort ol impromp
tu bed was hastily riged nn fbrimy com-
paniou'B use, the luggage wssbrought up
stuns, auu we went gaily uowp to supper.
I still found my Dutch friend, -whom I was
inclined to like better and better th more
I saw of him,' an invaluable mentor. -H
no raveled the. mybti n of a Russian bill
Of fare, conjured good.winefrom the cel
lar and eatable dlshoB from the kitchen, and
altigether the repast pas,-el pleasantly off.
i had not neglected to take pniper ', pre
cautions forliw safety ef tlx large amount
Of money of which I was custodian. When
we went down to stipper I brought the
heavy little valise with m. and used it (or
afootritool. r When I, retired to rest I did
not tail to place the treasure under lny
head, beneath the feather bed and bolster,
so that it could not be removed without my
knowledge during the night. ; ;!
i -We slept well ; I ia the oed of state, with,
Its., dingy , plumieau . of crimson silk, its
Coarse sheets, and successive layers of
feather-itiifllng; Van Marutn on the sofa,
among pelisses and. rugs. My own. repose
must have been unusually profound, thanks,
perhaps, to the drowsy-properties of a sort
of sleeping draught which my Dutch friend
had skillf ully compounded with hot wine
and spices, and which we bad imbibed af
ter supper. When I awoke it was broad
day, the outer door was unlocked, and I
was alone. Not a trace ot mv late acquaint
ance remained. His portmanteau was gone,
his cloaks were .gone, and . nothing but a
couple of pillows and the mark of his re
cumbent form on the dusty sofa were vis
ible to prove that he had ever shared my
Quite alarmed, I sprang out of bed, and,
lilting the bolster, saw the dark, morocco
leather and brass mountings of my port
manteau precisely as I had left them. Not
trusting to appearances, I drew out the
precious valise, and found, to my great joy,
that the casket was intact. The excellent
Brainah lock had not been forced, the
hinges were In the proper place, all was
well. I then bethought ine of my other ef
fects. Aly unlocked trunk was closed; I
opened it, and saw the shirts and coats iu
regular layers, lust as I had packed tliein
My clothes, neacly folded, were on the chair
where I had placed them: my .watch. nick
ed on the table; and in the poc-kwt of the
coat, which I had hung from a nail, I found
my pure undisturbed, njy pocket-book,
mv passport In its yellow 1 ather case, arid
other little matters. Not the value of a
pin's head had been abstracted, and I, who
had been disposed to regard my.elf as a
dupe ana my fciiow-voyager as a rogt
ii"W took shame to myself for my' iinjust
and gratuitous Suspicious. btJl, whuro was
van Alarum-. , . , .
FT,,. ,. i r i., ,
.mere was no oni. out i nasuiv tiresseu.
opened the door, ami bawled in French and
German for the waiter.' The fnurth sum
mons brought a tow-headed girl with an
empty pail in her Iwnd, and,, though she
could speak nothing but Ruiiun, six? pres
ently comprehended me so far as to send
the waiter.1 : " 1 ' " 1 ' '
i 'I have a note for vou, mein Ilerr, and
what would you like for breakfast?" said
the mun, . unwrapping the dirty napkin
which he carried as a badge of olflce, and
lianilihgme the letner. It Was-from Van
Martian written in French, and very short,
.My late oompaniou informed me that a tel
egram from, headquarters had called huu off
to Warsaw on proiessionai amy.
- t I pa-sed but a dull day at Wllna.' To he
sure, the churches Were curious, with their
amazing pictures and the,, gaudy robes of
the high-capped, and long-nairud priests,
Dut i soon touna that delicate onnctory or
gans did not agree with close neighborhood
to such aswarui of unsavorv fellow-creatures
as were gathered iu these edifices.
! Unwilling to spend my whole time in
company with the treasure I carried, I hit
upon thu expedient of placing the valise in
a cupboard, whloh I locked, as well as the
door of my room, and slipping the keys in
to an inner pocket, .felt. secure as to the
safety of the ndvarite soahxiou-ly expected
by Druce and partners. Having finished
my bottle of hock, which ought to have
been superlatively good at the price of sev
en roubles, I strolled for the fourth time to
the station, whore 1 had Ahe satisfaction to
learn from the good-tempered old Dane
who presided over the telegraph instru
ments that there was a lull In the bustle of
martial preparation, and that by half-past
Tour P. M. of the following tiay I might
reckon upon the means of pursuing my
journey. I went back to the hotel in good
spirits. Scarcely had I crossed the thresh
old before tlttv waiter, with his many-stained
napkin rolled 'round one lot his dingy
thumbs, bolted out ot some secret lair where
he had been washing glasses and settling
tilnt-AO unfit ari-iL 1 ' ' '
plates upon a rack.
"Acn, himmell here he is again" cried
he; . U! v- " ' - .
" He has come back !" bawled the land
lord, with uplifted hands and eyes, emerg
ing from his bar parlor. ' " " '
iwMeln LI err, the police are up stairs,"
whispered the waiter in awe-struck tones.
Before I could ask an explanation, two
brawny, green-coated gendarmes Came clat
tering down the dirty wooden staircase,
and before I could recover from my sur
prise, I found myself collared,, hustled,
pushed up stairs, and thrust intoruv own
apartment, which I found full of policemen
and other functionaries,1 in and out of uni
forms At a table sat a lean man In black.
pen in hand, writing away as it tor his life,
ahd with several sheets of official foolscap
before him, 8 well as a portlv purple faced
individual In milfbrin, and with several
medals and crosses glittering on his breast.
Mv. trunks had been burst open, my clothes
lay strewed about, and the "cupboard door.
as well as the precious portmanteau, had
been unscrupulously forced. Some of those
present were tumbling ainong my shirts
or. exploring the pockets of ure,ss-waistcoats;
one fellow "or 'Intelligent aspect had
rnade free with my writing-ca(S ahd'Wfts
coolly poring over roTetteri with the aid
of a dictionary ; snoiuier Was connttng out
the told "Mind, notes! n my valise' wiwt all
toe dexterous oompoeureor tue, toiler of a
b'U.k. ..:,(-ir ...fO st-1 fif'B hf,.-,o ft ,itl ..
Amazement Ana, Indignation jBtopppd mv
mouth." My blood was boiling, but I cOtild
not flna-'woras to express -tayf? out
mertlr gasrwd forth thy anmS'Md surprise
A1 1 stood under fue.yeen of this intrusive
ausemblage, fytt plnfon,ftd hetjgen hewo
yeyuaruies. ... . , , ,
IFot a mbmentrranClc'd myself drearnfhgi
Then sligsv prevailed, and I sb.ook.ioll th
grasp ot the gendarmes, loudly demand
liig of what I -was- aeeaeed; artd-by what
t-(glit they had comfidlttdht unwarranted
a trespass m myparson-iiandi property fa
But, I made nothing, by my moUon . , , Three
pair or strong hanui. grappled, me with' i
lorce oeyona rrBiancyna me-JiDxerpre
wr-hostflv assured ma that shtmld bs put
ii irons forthwith if, J tailed; agaU.la the
respect due the governor,, if ....
1 1 "I don't care a straw for all the iroVern-
hfs-ln isUi,,, answered I,Trckle8tdV',",'fmd
trkn will lltra f.A rpnAnt. tha rn f tq rrt T(nr-.
ybu will live to repent this outrage, ICog
l"U UOCB UUl UVW UCl DUL'JCVl,9 VI UJ.J-
' - --' - - MTI.JU JtM
pressed withwt xactin('.rrpM'ailon, as
you will learn." I tow a sneer on tha
faces of all'tfliwe wnty'-andertto) French.
The goHi'irbf tlrrWgW',st Sterow alUt Con
sequential lodklng person; laughed out
right. .,,(! 11 VH-r-I nfi-t
i "That trlckwlli nflfr srv your purpose,
monsieur i" saui tie acorn uuy; men turn
ing to the man who hal been counting
tne money, rjc "askM mm what was tha
"One hundred ftidscvnty-6we thousand
and fifteen rubbles, nfffe Copecks, at the
and one copecks nex Douni sterling,"
yvas the reply.,,, ,,. -..t,, ... ,.
i "Wrlto tliatdwn in te.proce-v',rDflI!J,
said th governor V Q4 the pen of the clei k
flew over the pape&l.'. ' ' " ', V ' "
It noyJ occurred to me' that Ttn'st Tie th
Victim of some mlatakeTsoineUhlueTtyiSO
Incidence, AooordAog) j, I stated, s calm
ly, and coherently as J.couLL' my name, pa
sitlonjtj life,' the Errand that took to to
Russia, and my being accredited' tottmt
widely known; flrnt ol !Lruue,, Gwy &.f
Druce. 1 .t.r'k t , )" ti i .,(t- -..,
hey heard me to the end, .with a' crvfr'
sneer of Incredulity da their faces,"Bndll
then requested proofa of the trutli Of my I.
statements, i . " ' i v-1 o f.j 'ii,f,-j;, v.'f
" Proofs ! " said I, "what proofs can I W- ,
fer if you persist in disbelieving a plaln'se-i'
ries of common place .facte?,"" You have my
letters before ybu; aha I See that; orient-your
spies is-maaterlng the contents, .Prat do
you not nnd ample confirmation thereof
my assnrarve that I am 4 member, of the
inner temple, aud have no more concern
with ,your country than with Chiua "W
Ashantee?" '"!"' 1 '! 'ii n.jji....t y:(
The interpreter spoke In: Russian to th T
governor, who shook.. his head and bluntly
told me that the letter wer "Ingeniously
compused, and gavea good color to my as-ni
sumed character, hut that I was fouud out,
I might drop the mask. l r '-;!n"
I almost cnoked at thW.0 fldwever, I rsWa
raembercd my passport, -jwblch I .had about
mj person, aud I at once offered It to the
governor for inspection. This valuable doc-
u men t was neatly bound ia a yellow leather
case, with clasps,' aud the case was duly .
stamped in gold letters w ith my name and '
address. Thomas Chattsrtoft'Balubtldgo,
Harecourt Temple, and with the ChMtterton.v,
crest, agoldllnch proper. As foe, Jhfi, pass
itself, I lelt sure that it would carry con1
viction to the most prtyu4iced imincL jBut
ti-hor tar a a mv L,..A. tx.lt a i-a . ttx fliwwrir .
vv iiuu a ui; wvil Ul jrfxviii uv w v a awyf j
al'tt r slowly perusing the name ou.the,
binding, opened the case, 'unfolding' the'
rustling bflfclal paper cmbtazoud with; the
arms of England, and read outa request to -all
friendly powers to give aid and pro ec-,
tion to "Mr. (or. Count) Demetrius vZthWk
cynezka!" a naturaiia id" British subject,
about to proofed' to frapklofsur-M.cia,"
A loud exclamation burst from aTl thtf"'
bystaitUers, and w f ehed hg: the. llstvn
ing servan'8 along tljfl. passagesof the ho- ,t
. tel. In every eye I could read wonde'' and
sti'i-taetion, mingled with admiration of my"
inipndenc)?'' t I t'si- '.i-rT .-.i'i khT
i ."ZUscynckairiIIeardthemmutter, a.
the gripe ui the gendarme. tigiteued JU "
they became aware of ihe importa'iic hfT
their prisoner. ' My paeaiotiatr) ielarattuiui
were lughd t-rt J,. was bluffly .UecVrittl
tohcaPole,andno,bnruiit.ii. ' ; ' "'nl
i "But the moiMjy, themon'-yf I ot4ofl,''.a
. struggling as I was dragged - ' T f
i yi! moiiey w4th, whioh the revolution
ary com mi i tee have 8uppli)d 'yotid soWni
sedition in the czar's dbninriolH is Oolfll,
direit to the tear's me;" tid ttp KOjVeujjr,
testily; aad lviw hurried aay. .J
They thrust me into & coruinti'n jail, ilva
lug me, however, a 'ceH 'W 4nyJf.f.l'iiui:
cell was about the slie f .the shaping .caln
In on board a steam pack-t;.it was diuiiy
lighted, and its iron-studded door ina0'
stoutly-barred window looked1 as If Uiey.il
might have baffled Jatikheppard. 4 wtM
searched, my -Bio4i.ey,., pocket-book , and.
watch, my rings, my pencil and mv pen-''1
knife, were solemnly taken HWayJ lafla-dL)
for writing materials, but my captors shypW
their heads. . . .: . ' "
i Time seemed. in no hurry.' Three times
a day Thy jailor, ah inv&hd soldier, drilled b
to the bltxidlessregnlarlty of anaH'oiiiat-,'1),
visited me. - He brought me bad eoflee and
dark bread, lndlflerent "tabbnW' wortp tthd
sour qnass, and then good ; te7 and 4rlC7f
, bread, at early mom ing, nopu ud -misef,I9
He swept my'cell, refilled my pitch; r. ar
ranged my wretched bed, and marched off 10
in aggravating silence, t i b)f)''i.-n ay
. ; In vain I demanded a trial a public hear? ,j
ing.wtThe governor, with two inferior'
judges in black, a grefller and an liitrJpr-tf0
er, did twice visit my tell ; tot, as I ofluld
only tell the truth, while- the were sekl"g nl
, political revtjations, they merely set mo
down for the most obstinate; and orazeh of
culprits, and I was1 Warned- that mcu-',U
sancy would bHngflowaunmyheadthe lull u
; weight of the emperor's displeasure.. .
I kept a reckoning of the days. 'Mftre .'
than a week had elapsed since my arrest- '
' it might have been yar oy thtodiuia
it but 16 was now tlia &5tli, and, if Druoe,, ,
Gray & Druce-were una.bl! to meet their' J
engagements on tlie28tn,'8ppedy bthikhips'"
cy must 'follow, and the fair -oreorlfo'ind iq
great business ofrthe, toerahant: princes
would collapse like a soap bubble. I went,
nearly mad as I paced the 'monotonous -round
of my cell, 'watching the' dawnlng"-d
: dnyk and thinking of the misobiej! shout to , q
'ensue, t,:n vf't'sr q Ti b-va ! 'nva
, ,1 had been listeningTo therattledf every
key, to the sound of every step. Hern-!''"
Was I awake f i Wait the-toioejot
oftlcial Interpreter -whous , heard, amidst A . '
great bustle, apologizing (tolfiome.bodyln
bad French for the ocAu Hreotutatice of''
the English gentlemau's -fiotentlotf ? Mag- '1
' istrate, gre filer, turnkey, gnard, Soon eater-q ,
ed ray cull; and who was that tall, frank
booking young EngHshraah,whff came rbfJ
ward' to shake my hand as if hOLVjoHli'i
have wrung ittff?-,. n i in , --jt f Jf
' j '.'Mliy Bainbrldge, allow.rae to Iritrodtws)
myself George Druce,' nephew1 Of Druc "
and partners. My dear sir, how sorry !
all lare that you should haye ' suffored so; .
muph on your kind erraqd tojserve us 1 How"
lucky we learned your whereabout M was
sent off at once; after 'the' gorernot, my u
iupclevhad rnhde tt-ajl rlgMi-wii'i the. If
i Russian author ities, i ham"iu'Jy you were, ,.,
treated, to be sure, but that fellow has the
'cunTtingof: Sld Nick him self. "' 'J r, A
"What fellow "r I nkedutal b n'wt ,miU ill
"That. Pdl.4ilmt ZlifU'vnczka. thftMazainl.r.
ot the north." lie wrote A, letter, our .'
hoasd which confessed. In Jocular in in- "
ner, ine tnca? wnw prajw imajut '-'jaw '
.felon, ttnd plunged Heersihtrl-lha Sntci''0f,'33
on one tor ms 'aragerouif'snstousv lad 1n
disguise nas now servea nrs turn, tor fnej
'man has. as many characters as Proteus', hut
ha never rheuDt' yoUt'lmiii8imefit.loJJ0l'
t perpetual i j7 t-d) s-ui Jcd v!'n-
iiUnitv VTf Url T mm m 1lrrh VxT
e in un- ,.
ai the hotel,' Van fiarutn.'tht. Ihit Irwi1?
b UIJ I uiup'llliui.
glneoiM''iwaaV gUi wAtfld foo 'calid
"Thesame,7 answered, Druce, smiling.
'stole toub pa8fprtir tbigh$it the.lniij'j'
Wbstttuting, hfrown ; and, as Mr, Bain-hridsS-e.
hn pflsflv tnaruifffltt'to elmleJstlSOi,
1 I n t : ' , .
r I III. ..OilA i ! i- lStt. i . ,ivl Ul.j,Mi,:.:il
HOY '-- ' ClTFO ... ,.. t
o ba found at Jbuw i Sou's, tot it.u- i -r Fmii
ounty, 0. , y J-i-'ia
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