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. Advertisement! i loaded and placed In thvoolaaaof
BueclM Hotieei," ft&la fA orM nty ro, . ..,.-
1 All uotleea fefjnlred. to be publiabedby Uw, legal rate.
I! ordored on tbelnildeeioluaiveljrefMr the lint weak
" per" oto' more tbjai tha hot iaI; bullj aqh wit
lUbsi.ohariUbli
pMtjtitl, Jhttiitmmtt tW i paid or in
fo'rtfli.- Tla.ruWwlU not bawled front,.,,
W(4kb?, trice M tb PaUy, fhm IbtAdTirilMi
iliAhe Viklilona, ..Wbaw Sally aodWteklj
rJt W'fl, Jwutli charge. ltttba, ,WaaW wiU be
f Urn rnlcof tb Dal ! 1' .-
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Attorney at Jjato1 -
Offlea inboi Bnlldlog, oppoilte Oapltol Rqaare,
Ka 'wujuiwia,j. !
Attorney i &. Counsellor at Law,
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Jog s oi o.e 'i.ai a e" h
MAKOrAOTUUM 0
sTErps boiiers;
Mtlafli.'lIUlWrliii, KMhlBtrj; ' '
..t)OMJPIBU, OHIO.
0HA8. AJiVtt, Baf't." --- c . IBB08, Traaj.
Uoll, lBJB-tf .. . , . . ,, ,r
a;lj5eano ,res TjtWeekly without ctyns,!.,,,., t
Bullae! CarOiYnot exceeding Aye.llp, prM,
lift, MM Oat M iUle . , ,r p - . -m
. Notices df meaUuKi. oharUable oelbtie.nr eomnanlos
1861. 1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I RAILROAD.
ConnaollDi at fireatllna with the PimDUBQH,, ft.
WAXVJt OBIOAOO AILE0A
Ar riliibmyk, fUladtipkUt and EaUtm9H( wUia
U. or Art llbrM omC CTKooyO..
OetJMeiJniAl, qiwhrn with Om LAU SB0U KAII
trf till.-: nl a.j .k'HOAS "U iJi '!'
Fr Dnnklrkr Btfl, Albntjr. Bf-
M1
from Polonbna, in oonaeetioa with TraJnion Oii
t-ITtLPT fllAMI AND COJLC0IBC
AUD XEMA KAlA.HyAPa, .
fTTf TIB8TMAIN. i,T ,T O t
K1CIIT IXrREB8.-LTM Ooloabuiatl.W A.M
will laT paaaengiri at ill aUtloaa aauih o( Oalloa,
. atof at DaUaara, .Aabtej, Oardloftoai aad ttlkad, and
at all alalloM north ot Gallon, arrtTlog at Olerelud
Itatti, JBDaaklrk 1:00 P. it., UDaW 4 J6P. -af.'
Albuf 1.90 U.t New York 8:33 A M., Boaton 9:30
. at . PIUaburli via OraUlna J:i0 t. M , Pklla4
btaJff A, It. ChleogoTU CreitllniitTrWIFhl
MIU T0RK BXPRKS-Learaa Oolambai M 11:1V
a. at. WUlttop attawii Oantra, (for Hblta aulnhuf
Bptlaaa), Dalawan, Oardlaftaa), Oalloa), OmtUai Bht-
by, Now tondoa, Wlllngtoa and flrafton, arrrre -at
OMtwlan at Ki p. m. Dunkirk, e:ou p. m.t
falo, lOitS p. m : Albany, : a. m-i New toik, 1:4S
p. m.; BMon,4:Op.m. Thl Trr.lnonaetAat Bhal
fcy for Bandntky, and at fliafloo for Toledo, arrlTing at
Toledo at OHO p. A. A .-,
h tltlRD TRAIH. ft f fj
MAIL AND AC0OMMODATI0N-leY. Oolumbn
at 8.30 p. m. Will atop at all Mallona Sooth of
Shelby, and at New London, Wellington, SraftoiHl,
and Uaraa) arrlTing at fjianiaaa at piso p. m.t Dun
klrk.SiWl. m. Buffalo, 10. m.; Albany.S "8D p. m.
NewVork. 1M p. Boalao. 11:4 p. m. Siitrturfb,
via Orattlln, at ll:5 pi m.J Philadelphia, liOO p. nv,
Chicago, efa Orettlloe, 9:i5 , m. Ibl Train connoot
at khalby for Banduiky and Toledo, axrlrlDg at Toledo
at :Mp. .,.aai. Sli.i ; J.iOl .'. ! -n
Patent, Sleeping Cars are npi on all
KlgMTrainBtoCUoago,lSew iu
York and,BatCAV
Baggagt CfuektA Through to Xlm Tork and Sotion
tia itmiamU alia, to-Philadelphia and
t-' . ' UrkitoOrmUitM.
RETURNING. . ,
Might Xipren arrlTW atOolambn at... 11:11 P. M.'
ClndDnatl kxprarrlTM at Oolombnf at 10:30 A. M.
Aeeouodatten Ttspraai. arrlretAt Celnrabua af7:S
. ja.
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Far 4a Uw a amy other Hottte.
; Atl fir TUkU vim Ort$tlimtr CUveUnd.
B.B.PUMT.
1 - r enpanaaBi, uictciabo, umo.r
' . WMBflPATTBMOIftAgenfT
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Coauoaoa, oUo,
T ; r . iT';r'
Ml WlTt j.,:titl he voiW
100
IlfV CH - OBKEPT ap JBUACK
AA 1IKI nan nrua Btto uont. .:.
160' peokeu old Dutch OoTtruuenl Jara Oote,
70 Bag veyioa uouoa.. . y
t(KWla. lundard W hit Bngr, eonabting ofrom-
0a, vnnun, urnnniaisa a ana b vounvt
BOBmtlaQaorgBinkColBih. . ."!.'
'SObbbi. M and Bo. 1 SIackrl.
lea.Ploklmoni4 j,i . J tT
lOObs. Uyarllaj.lna,'..'. ' 7 VTO.-iIUCVl
AO hf. bob do do
lOOqr.boa fl d . ,
tOO Si Cavdwrant krtodi and grtdo. ..-
norJ7
WM. BtoDONAU).
bTOSTH B38B KUXIf WLUXJUB, OHIO
QBWIl-dll'T "wt 7
Ti!ft.AtWl,3 vVaHwVi ofi
U CAXI
CAXICOEt
.sprite a riQ?!ri
- VTar Jaat Am Wei ar aaaka ol.L ,vP tuUlS'
BsbhWla Baau( fav( luyfiiuilia any yet lokioaaoad
a new iioor fKinxeV, rT
,w AAA. '.IB,... fc .. N.VJ.-,
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ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
i . . ;jf.rii I, !i iimi .,'l
Iatt Tha l8.r7eat.Tha Beat
The
!; The Cbaapeit Booiuia thi Beit; III
The Moat UellMtt rtandaiik'-'AtW
Ihorlty of tha EnsUab Lanrnag e.
rtmBb&MniXUijditiir Ohio,
tu lit , til l. r'.:-It
''Beia an nnwarda of a Hundred Thonnnd Worda.
whoa multltarlooi mean Inn and derlntiofti. toiather
with thaltoerraot ipalUBg,iidtirinaiUtion ara clear 1;
Mtbafora tba eje.''
' Cincinnati Cammtroiat.
The nndenlirDCd, msmbert of tba Ohio Stat Teaches
Aaeoetettoh, adopt Dalra tannin teaehlDi1. wrttlnc
and ipeaklnf, thl ortbogrnphr and pronunciation of
Woroattar'a lUnl Quarto Dtotleoar an wtoeet aatV
ilally rttoouitmd tt a thavaaoat ralljbM icaadartaa
tkMNr af tba HaaltehJaaraanvii It 1a aoa wrUlta aad
poken.
Loira AMiwf PraaMeot Kenyon Oollerar a
H. D. laoorrr, Superintendent Zaneerlllrlchooll.
Tioa. W. fltim, Hop't Uaaailoa Union Bchooli. u , ,
m. f . Oownaar. Snn't Pnbllo Bohoobk Bandnik. '
JOHK liYMF.m. ann't Pnhlln hnnla. fllmlllU.
B.N.
BAJiroao, Principal Olareland female H on ton-
Wh. Mitcbh.l. Rnn't Pnblla Irhoala. M t. Union.
Job Ooora, tfrlnolf a", Bt f rm( ,Bhool, Mlnne-
ola,
tirana Nun. Prinxlnal T n Hi TntniM i llili flrlr ill
Olnolonatl. , j -P..., r
H. 8. Mabtim. Bnn't Oantna Union Bchoabiil O . '.
Bowia km, Priaolpal MNal Vorawl Kolaao, . ,
Ift,! T. TaitaiI, Prof, atothnutiu, Ohio Vnlnrilt.J
Tp'f. W. Bdwaxd, Bnp't tmf UdIod School, va
A. fl. HQMi.wi, PrlnclwlWMt Hlh .fohoaLXhra
land,'
I.
, ., -J' ., .-!!. i -fl '
XaaoMU atnuiw, PrixifIfuIHIji5,,Bclio9l, pieji
land,-..., , . a . -r'-.-flM
. T. H01iufrotl,?r1nclpar OleWUnfl Ihlttrilt.
I J A. Ainaia, PraaMeo af Bte(M laatltate, HI-
W. I. HAavlPnfc af Obamlitrr Ohlw yrwtona
Unlnraltj. .u Uwii..l
B. H. BaAkit, Ix-Cisuntilloaer of Common School,
Ohio. mi t'l.i.oi tl'.a
Jamb Hoiioi, Prof. Rhetorto, Obaflla CallegO. "
Taoa. rinx, Preaidant Anttoch Oollao.
0. W. 11. Oatbcabt, Prof. Uathematlci, High
Behool.DwtoB; '
B. 0, CAOBiAcaB, Prof,. LAnruage, High BchooL
Dayton. - - ii ' W iitt n
8. at. Baaux, Bnp't Union School, Aiblaad. v
Mor Han Si Btmdrtd o(A PrtttitnU of Oott
mi. rnftuort. Author! and tHtUnmlthti Edxtwr
tort, hav mdornd iA o&mm untUnmt,- ' '
' If aaibtta OotiaBa-'It 1 trab. a aaaonlflpint wwrk.
a bonof ap tb aatkoiv tba vabliaharitand tha wholt
On io Dnatatia giTBrit.-'tt oxerrN my iprt a
aoa. ' It anil be or Wld In 'orthcrrapby end pronnn
elation, and will often aw eonaalttd by me for III neat
fai aocaratf deflnlUan,TrP.rlda Ihompoar
! w. a. couotio Oouaaa. "uiretotora o cat aae
Webater'i orthofraphy. At a recant meetlaf -of oai
racniqr.it waitfaetdaa to ananca It to eoniorm u ini
of WoreeiUr'i Boxall Quarto dictionary ."Prealdeni
warBald. . - ' ' i..v-
WiariBB BatnTB Oouioi. "I Bnd It worth ol
ooraiai approtauon." Prldnt mtcnoock.
Oaaaua Ou.uaa.tt mor Una' meati ay axpeeta
tlona. I raooBunend It lath itaadard aathorityli
;rthoop to ni children And my fapll."-f roaidont
, .t5. f -H-i-i.4. ..'
I AJmocfl Coi i ."! adopt ana aim to aaa la teaob
tea, wrlUni aDd fpOAklng, tbaorthofraphtan prcjiun
uuoa of Woraaater' Moyal leaIta lHotnary.,'
ioniu,. ..y,. ..,-?
Pin til my VittlnK, pklD(, and bachlnc, I bT air
learored to conform to tb rule for ortboarapby and
pronanolatlonuooatAlned In Worcetr( PfctlooAry."
-Horca Maniit lau Praaidnt.
' Kaktob 0ouMaflArrinlBt6it6rdla)ly rtoom
aoad it aath am toHaiAatinard authority of tht
Bngllah laafna aa if -kr kow wrltua and ipoAra."
Pinldant Aadiew. 7T, ,
school coMMiateioirERi or oaio.
Tba IXctlonArr I an lmprlhabta monamant to Um
aarninc and Indaatn of Ita aMMr ana as Boaor to um
torld of Httan.' Tha mechanics! Monition Itfariop
riorto that el anywuxr Amwwtth' whku J am a
Asmlntad.'1
aaiailMBaj
Jrvwa i
I "The
Ban, E. n.' Bntuf.' Xm- Ommiiontr j
ioit rallAbl itaadard anthortbr of tha btn-
,.y .l.(,v.tvj .
1 . t I -t . I WlAt pm ft .UH.t X .t-1
fadina Nearpaperij, of Ohio Bay
Jrm'M Otittani Utraid of Man .
! Tb orthography of tha" VofoMteT Dictionary la tha'
oontry aad Inglaad, and aonlatma to tb general naag
r ordinary wrlura aaHlapaakefb.:
Whatanr prajndtc may bare willed preTloatly, a
aarafol itndy of thl Tolnm will Innriably b fbllowad
by a warm appreoladoa- of Ita gnat merits, and I deilra
la add it to to wall aalaeted library, be It large at email,
Itia a library Inlbnlt, and Will raaaarn, au I aayomna-
bla.noordof tbelaanlai of ItaeoBtpilai.j.i r.-
I Hat art wnwarfl Of k hnndred rhotiaana worjs (Hod.'
YA ui tmiiffartnt wbo mnltlfariom mmntnir and
iVtriYattona, ogMlM with blr tametpalUnr and aro
ajtaolatioaartelarlr before the "! hw Work i
amMBlnMy the gnateaklhiaaiiwi of SbglbthWord
Irmlh(nvilartrUUivUaitr f&i-V iac.A
j irMaotly Woacmrraa') Rotal QdaBto DtoroliA7
m4 oi Ma la(,et aa urranort ofUitmna
mud ,and n by j. pp"''! WSV.il OMqPNtjses tt
oantro Tarry.
4U2btad0.fta! A'.f 50
A tO fBOBDBOIATIOB. WlBBBalal M B1 BTANOAI
followed br sur baat.aatrwrat la aVftnliktaa helaar
nothlar to be dnlreaVaaA to (tejArm It la auuloiant
If eaylhat Woacarra oaa baaaiiiy followed.
n nifwortAirl h tou After,
an llahera, BokalIra SltiHf3r,
WO.' 101 BtTFBRIOB BtitPVLiHD, OHTO.
BMI0
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"THE iltJTUAt
LIEE IKSUKANClv COMPAliJj
TtT.n n ltf-"TT"
B-J W ' " ' - aA-l m u m ,m M
OlTldena Janaarr I1
IRdliiordrtv'eni.
StateAMntJAAaai'yt I- isai, ,
Batanee. Mritatmncot JaB
. latt ltoO,,.:VTM0J 36
Saoalred for Promlumi .apr, , ,1 ft l
AMd' W Intanak durlnr ' ' 1 tOTril.l,
I Ik. .mm 1W It. . . ..ITfim H T
I .TtJ.H'.A.I Wtit .Mlllli I Ii I VIU JM)'
'Total reeetpttrfof wn:.v. V77,tit 'i'
ytdClAlMtr.Lall.t67 U t -i't -t-r
BfctAiii.iiAtBji7JViA ia
p4 peiw Wr jr? r Kn:,TZ
Paid. Mi,!. rairoKr ol ai4
J ehanw.we..'..... 3 ! ,
r a uommiaiioni ra r , Tu' ,a.u 0
vgnu 91,iBO r - a,
raid Phyatdan' few. 5. WW 7.1
Pal Aaanllla l.trT-W 1 1 1
Pal DlTMaooAdatY ,,v
4U,U'tt.H
mV kwUinrBbaryiiV'i1A MM S,Hl,S4 SO
1 m Milt i'V; WBBltBV "tS I
Oak oki twj.4r V.fcvw8etM ta-- V'W i
Beoda aad Mortcage on Real ,M nijHm- l
Praaiaa leaaaf wo Telteuf td m rtneV"
la foroyioniytrawtngepit .r- itia.an l V
Baal tw-rt 'iw.wis r " r"'t
Ll on laarlp. r, i, g 4t3AtruU!'Ift
rrminsw.ieaNiiuaatw.a J tatj wgw
1 WVWW
BakLaFlMAAV4i44ii.AAlMltM
T)8f 8 Po'iio1iwi5ilng...aAj'a
. I,3J B rollclad hT lw WautJ durlc (La ycTA.
Jiner a onrarni onicmauvo m tarn praaani va'ua of the
aautaBdlna Pollelaoof the Company, and brini' tt,
luimai'i; akaleaai la'nr Ww, the Dlmeton
bar declana a limn) at a per oni a the aVaaak
paid at tba table ratea, to all pollele for life la forre,
prior to jaoaary I, lew, payaeie aeserotng to um
Biwaanf rnlA of Lb CeaaDanA,
.1
i
lb
Itataa for all kind el Lit Ooatlngenole. Propc
B, Btaleawnha, Bad ApplleaUona, will,- ad fnnil--S
i T '.......;... . . . .
IT-r. ,V rt.
..t . Vf iff-v"v", rnmo-A
.Mat sMUriS HfiSOM wldwA a4
i-n,".-t .,t iHAausaO .tuw. Bhx,
'' . J a..tV.h"I" .A,-ii
TIA, A 1 fc ' A M law IGt.eiJt rJ,Afl,AlK
IT -AJliaB.I r't.iJ.,w-rlv4birt r-lwtMsui.
aiiarltmnl B.UjilHri a4ii aaliwii'i'A'--. --
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1 fMein eiotaiuM te.
-VTTisatwiT
4
1
,rir
r K.'J vo you.
ettettbuVMerativt that 'ran 'be mudf ' W i
go " Combined vhh ; other iubstanot , ct ' still .
greater alterative, power a?' to (jflord ai'eflyc'y 1
fiva.'antidota' for the dlscww,, BrsujiiTiUa ,U 1
reputed to cub.1 'It'ia bclievpd that surh a 1
remedy if wanted byUose- wh. auffer from
Htrumoua oarapuuita) anavtiias oaa waicu -win
ncqomplisb, theii (jure must prove .pt, immense
arryico Vj Uiis largo claaaot our aoiuotta PUlOW.
cUuoni.. Now oomplqiel this: onpound, will
do It has been proven by experiment on many
of tha worst, aaoeAtof ftwd ( the.foUarwing
Cgmuiiwijr-4,rii'ii!.iJ iUn:"n r,a ru lt
BollOFUtA AND ScllOPuLOL'U ' CoUPI AlrrtH)
Eaurnoae akd EitupttvB DjssAir.t, Ulceih,
PiMi-iia, . Jz,OTCBaa,;TintoH( ,&.sXi JtBtrt
SflAaD.llnAB, SirtiOT.AWD joKtMiiiimc-Af.
TBQtiojiB.IMBRovatAnlJiiacAfjtc, Dltorrr, Nao-
rmtat.lio ijujioBiTroir, liBtsiKT,xa; RoHit
oa Bui Aithokt'i IbR, trnd indeed tlie whole
tub Blood.
tva-'hi oJinrJ'AilndV will TA7unlraVit Tro-
motori'of bealthwtien talterf in tife'apring, to
expel theioi numorrfieh'iwiter'in the1
blood St'thAt aiyfaort Vif t1'T(rii'.c'l'vthftirbe
ly WtuUlon of Ihem rnttri J rnriklirtg difcrdrt-s1
art wpped m tub nna. Muitituuccan,"cy
tho eld of this remedy, spare themselves from
thefldUiiinferf foul eruptions and ulcerous
sorbs, through which" the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions; if not assisted to do
this through tlie naturul chnnncla of tho'bbdy
by an, pltcratlve medicine. ; Cleango put the
mated blood whenever you find lUirmmnlics
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or! Sorest .cleanse, it when vow find it is ob
structed ' and slugguh in the veins ; cleanse, it
whenever it is foul, and vour feclinas will tell.
you whci,r Even where no particular. disorder J
u U- people' enjoy 'better bwlth, end livoi
longer,- for cleansing the biooa. Keep? the
mood bealtlty, ano ail Is well ( but wltn.miS
pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health, .. Sootieror. later , sorrtothinB
must co wrong, and lira1 great. ma:hinoty of
life is disordered or overthrown.,. ,
tjarsnparilla' hn,- and deserve jnueh,, th
reputation, of nceomplishinj thh6, frtds;' llut
the world has been egreijiously tlcbtivbd' by
preparations of it, pertly because the' drug
alone Aoa not all. the virtue tliat id nlairaed
for it, but more because many preparations.
pretending to be concentrated, extract? of it,
contain but little, of the vtttueaf Sar.wparilla,
or any thing eler.,-i . c f h i--j
During lato ycarg the public have been mis
led by large botUcs, pretenunig to give o quart
of Extract of Sarsnparilla lor ono dollar, Most
or these havo been frauds upon, the sick, tur
they not only contain littlc,.if, anVr Sarsopa
rilLi, but often no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappQuitmciit
has followed tho use or the various extracts of
Sarsnparilla which Hood tlie market, until the
namo itself is Justly 'despised, and has become
synonymous With imposition and cheat.1 Still
wtoaU this 'compound Snrsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue' the
nuutf tronvtno Joua or obloquy wmoit rests
upon it. .And we think we hove ground for
bulioving it has tirtuoe which. are -Irreaiatible
by the ordinary run of the diseases itia Intend
ed to cure.. , In order to secure- their complete
era Jieation ftorn th system, the remedy should
bo iudkiouslv taken nccordiiiir to direction on
tit V. i-'J al ts v.-lrl 1
DK, X. C. AVEIl C,Q. ,,
.IVELI' .aVIASS.V,1' ...
Price, ft per Bottle Six llottlcl.Xpr )3.
;&vctb
hat won for ita
itself such wmoenKer the cure of
avurj voriaty of Iluoat aaei lata; Complaint, that
it is svtitefy. unuoessury fur ia( 1st recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been em
ployed. As it has long, been in eomtunt uca
tnrougnout tins secuon, we need not do mora than
assure tha fweple its euality is kept up to the best
it ever b .been, and, tttHt it may be relied on to
(iofur Uicir rlicf all it has ever been found to do.
pyttntery, btU Siomackt UryttpoUt, Utadaeht,
filet, IUttumaltiM,'l'rupliouiandS!tin Vittmtet,
Litr. Complaint,, Dropsy, . TtUtr . Tuntari mul
Sdi Rhenm, n'onnj, G'oiif, Kcttrayia, '
Vim PxU, (ixlfbf Pt'trtfymltfie Blood. ''
Theyvare sugar-coated, so that tiler moit sanai-.
tire, cat) Jtej thern. .pleasantly,. and they aro tha
kt aoerieiit lri tho world, fur 1 11 tho Durnose of a
fcmily phyaic. .WiM'.'O k,
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remtdies, knt eur space here will not permit the,
insertion of UieiQ. 1'Ua Agents helaw. named fur.
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othef etrnmratione the rnakarmrira,rront,on".'i
Demand Aye k', and take no th-i. 'i he skIc
want the best aid there for them, and thev shoii'd
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fSll-pewendOlyde-nallt Bteamen nil every Sat.
n rdap from VORTI.ARD, carrying tbe Canadian and
unitea euie aiaii ana pweenger, r , ' i -
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IiONDONDIRRY. to racclv oa board and huid atailsand
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very attaaUoa. la paid to the comfort aad aeromntoiia
tlon of paatangen. A they proceed direct lo LON DON
DKRY, tbe (teat rlik and delay of calling at Bt. John'
I avoided. '
llagow panengers ar furolihad with rata raga
tleketa la and from Londonderry . i liJ"
, Relnra ticketa granted at reduced rate.
CcrtlBoata loaned for oarrying to and brriurhigbal p
angan from all th principal town of Oreat Britain and
Inland, at reduced rate, by Ihia lie ol (teamen, and
bf the WABiUMilON UN Off BAIUNOj PAOKIIb,
loavlog Liverpool every wce.w . .
Mgltt Draft lor XiaaaVvperaVaapayt
i aollnKa;land, Ireland, scot- .
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Fpjf pfnciiinaiCPayta A iadianRpoiiB!
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Through to lndiaanolia wUhoat Change of Carg
:ud but One Cbarja of Cara between
I -J1A1 lMWt.iniv '( n 1WIK i'. XlbViS Till
AOOOMMODATHTrl itt fc . .. athndnir 'At all eta-
tlona between Cokamtn and Olaolanatl aad IAyton, ar
rlvlnff at r.inHnrtAit mt 111 fl& A.- m Mil At .liavtiln At
Na. Wf'oonnootlcjatiayloB. for nUliiljoll atd
i P BEflOT-'iTUIrfj,V? b',!",
Wo. 1 XXPRE3B. ( 11.40 a. ta', (tqpplng at Joffaraon,
ndon, Charleston, Cedarvllle, Xedla, Bp ring Valley,
Oorwln, trMport, Part Aaotent, Worrow Bt, Lebanon,
loatar', ,ovelnd and Mllford, arrlrlog at CtooannaU
at 130 p., m., Dayton at .iS p. w, oonneotlBa with th
Qble and Uiuliaippl Railroad for Loulavlll,. Ky., Vin
4ennea Cairo, Bt. Xonli, NewOrleam, etc.: at Dayton
for IndianaaoUat Itfayattel Stn Vutuf, Chicago and
U Welr point, mi,: mil tveU - et i t.
I h. !. THIRD ttu'.-'?'
1 tlAITi atO.lU p. m , (topping At ollVitloiii CeUraan
Colombo and Xenta, ard at Bprlrg VHy,'0 -twin,
Morrow and Xtvalaad, arriving atOindnnatlatS a, m.
' m'oill KXPREnS, Tla Dtyioa, at 12 TO miduuT,
J'o jilng at Loodon, Xenm, DnytoD, Mlildletoiru and
len,lHn, arrlTrDr at Cincinnati at S.93 a, m.tatl)a
ton at S. a. eonnesting at Cincinnati, with th
unto ana Atlnvuippi luilroad lor liouiavllie. jsranavlile,
VIoceDnei, Cairo, Bt, Lonlr. Memphis, New Orlasna,
and all point South and South-wett; alio, at Day ion
k jnaianapou, Mlayette, Terr Beat, Chicago, ete
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apply, to M. h. D0BXHTK, Ticket Agent, Union Depot,
w-. i jr. w. hahaaibk, ,
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Columbus, July 14, 1801 ';,,.
EAST.
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-:i Trains Leave' Columbus asibllows t t
- t I'll MORNING RXPKIBB ''.':'
tavi Oolombji) 3.30 A. M. from Union Depot, via
Bellalre or 8teabnTlilerarrlrat Dellalr. 10.20 A.
M l Dt.ubeuTlUe, 13. SO P. M.; Htuburgh,3.40 P. M.;
Uarrnourg, i.iua. at.! tta AUtntovm, arrive at new
York 8.00 A. M.i efa Philadtlphia, art Ire at Phlla-
delphla, 5.10 A. 11. 1 New Vork, 10.30 A. M. Connecta
aUo at llarr laburg for Baltimore, arriving at 7.43 A. M.
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81eepisg Car .attached; to tiiis Train
Froln Oolnmhus, run directly through to Bellalr Or
niubnrgh wlihoat change; and ruicBgers via. aub
town arrive In New York At 8 A. 11. ,
lD-rvro hours a advance op northern
ihia
JiAnnia.ro
Train also connects at Bellalre with' the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
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PITT8BURQII EXP11E3S
Leave Coloobu 11 S3 A M , from Tnlorl Depot, via
-X , , I -. . I I. 1.1 (I I, AT pA-hnn.
ion, aia r. ai.x Dieuoonriiie, o r xu.i riiiaourK, a.w
Pi At. jrpihu It the only route by which Penger
on leaveClnclnnati at 7 A. M., go through lo Pi it-
bar,;h In d.yllght, without change of car. or delay
f v-, . . ... y ,-. , .. w i v ti.
ion,. 15 P. M.f BteubonTllte, 8 P. M.; Pltubarg, 8.40
can leave Cincinnati at 7 A. a., go tnrongn io jrim-
.-.;: i.'-i. ' Hffl itfliJ ,T''1'" vi'..::ti b
IavMCotnahns I.1S P. n.',' from colon Depot, Via
Hellaim: arrive' Newark, 3.83 F M ( ZannVlll,
4 33P.M I Bellalre.7 t. K.I PltrabBwh, U.SS B.
M.i Harriabnrg, 0.00 A. M.t tia AUmttovm. -arrive
i New Tork, 4 P. U.'. via Philadelphia, arrive
1-bHaJAlr.blA, 1.10 r. M.; New York, P. M, Thl
Train alee connect at IlarrUbara for BAltlmora, r-
riving IP. M.
Th Train rune through to Bellalr or rittiburg wlih
oat change t Can; mud from fltuburg there t no
ckang of Car to khl'addphla, or. via Allentowg to
,T73,"-wus otteitDf , ., -i t j , : t
Tba only Route from Colombusto Baltimore,
Philadelphia, or New York, with only j '.
O -! one ebaitge of Cars. -i r-v.-:
.By thl Train 'Pamenifers 'arrive la New Yolk fire
hoar In Advance of the Northern line.
I. Thl Train also connecta at Bellaire with th Baltimore
UtTTbia Route Is 30 miles ehorter to Pittsburg,
I and 'mora" than "lQO 'wilea shorter to i
I ' AT V L XT .1 v I
t now a oia, awn- .jvurauwrai Aiiuce.
Baggago Checked Througli to" all im
;v rpowttt.rpinw isatt.,, tj
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PI t'ltll
thflfi,. asoi W. BROWN,. 1 .
Gea. Ticket AgtntCantral Ohio R. B.
1 (lea. Tlokat lireat Bteuixurllle Bbort Lin..
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BAtniBAtion. and. uAln. and h&alA. the worat Aorn.
cald, brnbw, cur r fnah wound of any kind, trevrnta
wallinf and pant. from bee atings) moaqoite Mbs, and
pelMBOua plant, neuralgia, coeamatiam, ague la the
breast, tall rhenm, ete. , When taken Internally, it will
positively can oreap fri child fen, and gvrs tmmediat
roller In tbe worat earn of Able terrible eompmlot; alio,
rornOTeaioaneBeaa aad onthroaA,l Ptte,Sa oat
botU. Should be in T ijhouao... For tal by Drug,
gists and Btorekeepen. ' .,' ' TRVIN BTONB,. ,
1-" Boterropnetor, n 1 iDpmcoai., nerw lorn
aetaaAwifda u t.'A'iia u .-t
Ka teal Ituttee eaa lonr th: above preBTtl(m
botny prooaniigBBA teaaiof aenptivpmpBieai
be found with all dealara, or will ba acnt by Proprietor
en demand. Tormula and Trial Bottle aent to Phyal
dm. wh will find development In both worthy their
ceeptamce aaa approval. -1 .-a-
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enrloaitjjptompto .auiai eiaa aoova jvuaue a
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3 00 ,
...... 100
The Fremont and Blair Imbroglio—
The Fremont and Blair Imbroglio— Blair's Charges and Specifications.
COLONEL BLAIR'S LETTER TO ADJUTANT-GENERAL
COLONEL BLAIR'S LETTER TO ADJUTANT-GENERAL THOMAS.
ST. LOUIS, September 26, 1861.
BriyadUr-Gtneral ; Thonuu, ' Adjutant-Uentrtl
vVme (biatBt Army Washington Utty, V. V.t
I Gbnirac;1' I-nefewUh"enoloie aletier7from
Captiln MoKeevtri Assistant Adiatant Gener
al, addressed to me by the order of Major-Gen-'
... I 1 mU tit A.AM-nM II . j. ni.
vmi vvuu vi irciuvui, vuuimauuiug me tv ent-
ern uepartmenti which is dated (September 24,
1861) and wa received by me last evenlrg.-' ;
'. - Yea 'will observe tbst the letter orders my
raletto -froln- artost, as it ailes, 1tt enBae-
quenoe or tie-rtejaent of my brother, the Poat-
master -benernl bl sir, and accomjiaDicsthe or
der forVeleaw With' gome strictures npon'-the
breach of mllit iry pr'oprht eg,' .of whieh 1t
stitta I have bred' guilty, add states moreover
that tha impropriety consists io using my'fatn
iiy position to lay private" letters, with unsuS-
tatntcr- acoueatiooii, belore the President, dis
turbing the Preetdeni'e coflfldence la the Com-
mandlLg-General, and seriously Irhpkirfng the
cfflcleney Of this Depattnect."' '''' ;
i , l eel myself constrained to fay that 1 bare
not,' in my opiulon, been cniley of any act of
impropriety, but have' performed 'ror simDle
duty to the Government in the act to 'which the
letter refer, which was moreover done at the
instanoa of the President himself, and that I am
Bowillirjg, under -any eircumstuuecs, to shield
myself from responsibility,' by the influence ot
favor of any Individual. - I could not, without
Otter dleregird for my character as an officer
and a gentleman, permit the statement '.bat I
had made mmslaintd accusations ogaiuBt the
commanding General of this Department ia
pass wunout nonce, ana therefore as soon as
tie charges ean be made In form, I shall traua
mit them to you, through the proper channel, to
ba laid belore the President, acd If be shall
consider it expedient to order a cOnrt-martial, I
shall ba prepared to sustain the accusations I
bare made against tho Commanding General
of this department. ' v "'
; la the meantime, as I find myself and my ac
tions assailed in tba public press of this city,
which, noder tho military surveillance which
exist lo this department, could hardly have
been-allowed, except by the sanction of the
Commanding General, and aa my arrest and
release, without any charge'' preferred against
me, baa given rise to im petitions udou mv
ebaracter as an officer, I demand a conrt of in
quiry to sffjrd mean opportunity of clearing
myseu irom an stain lu a matter wmch 1 con
s der vitil' to the honor of a soldier, and In
which I believe that 1 have aoted for the gond
of the service alone, ' " ' ' : '
" Respectfully, your obedient servant,'--'' '
FRANK P. BLAIR, Jr.,
Col. First Regiment Mo. Light Artillery.
Upon this letter being made kuown to 'Geo.
Fremont, the following order was issued for, the
fnfnniil'A m Ari.dt. 1 " . '
HEADQUARTERS WESTERN DEPARTMENT.
ST. LOUIS, MO., Sept. 26, 1861.
[Special Order No. 268.]
Colonel P. P. Blair, Jr., First Mideourt tight
Aruiiery, is nereoy placed in arrest, lie will
proceed Without delay to -Jefferson Birracks
and report himself In arrest to Lieutenant-Colonel
S. Butbank, Thirteenth Infantry, cum.
mending. i.-nri;'- ;- i- ..h.-i-.-i i.j 1
1 I ills limiti will be those of tbe pott of Jiffer
son starraeafc' ti r,-,..-.a - ,.
I By order of Major-General Fremont.1-' a iJ '
CHAUNCEY McKEEVER.
Assistant Adjutant-General.
' 1 Immediately upon his rc-arrest, Colonel Blair
prepared the following chsur.ee and SDeci&oa-
tions against General Fremont,, and forwarded
tba same to waanlogton: , (; . .. ,
COLONEL BLAIR'S CHARGES AGAINST GENERAL FREMONT.
1
' I Charges preferred by Frank P. Blair, Jr , Col
onel ot (he Fust Reaiaieatof Mweouri Volun
teers, against Major-Geocral John C. Fremont,
of tne army ot tue Uuited states, commanding
ia toe jvepariment oi tne vvestt -t ,yi,;; ...
j Charob 1 Neglect of duty and onofflaerlike-
, junui a. urgicu, vi uukj nuu
ooiidact.i 0 ' : i i -'9--
i Soeeifieatlm I A-ln : falliuo- arif
opiCipmiM l.--in . lalllUg a0
from toe ii day cf Joly 18G1, to- n
i ?-;fiMM, , i.a1 : f.ui,,-. hlMtln.
repair to tbe
oity of St, Louis, in the State of Missouri, tbe
headquarters of tbe Western JJepartmeot,' and
there enter ppon tbe da ties belonging to him as
toe military chief of aald ' department.- to the
serious Injury of tbe pnblio service therein and
tbe loyal people thereof. "'
t SptciUatio' 2-In falling and neglecting to
lolorm himself of the wants and neoeaaitiea of
the said Western Department, from tbe 3d day
of July, 1861, to the 26tb day of July, 1861, to
toe great detriment of tbe pnblio service and
tba injury of the said department. - -' . ;,
Specification 3. in failing and neglecting to
take the proper- measures to reloforoe and Suc
cor -Brigadier General Nathaniel Lyon, com
manding a poet or tbe army of the United
States, at 8pringfield, ia the State of Missouri,
from the 3d day of July, 18G1, te tha 10th day
of August, I06I, the aald post of SprmE&eld
being all the while in imminent peril from the
enemy, i whereby tba force of the United
Statea, at or neat, aald 8prlngfield,'wero many
of them gaorificed, and the residue oompelled
t abandon said post, to tbe serious detriment
of the Government of tha United Stiles, and
tbe State of Missouri, and tbe people thereof
spicytcaiton -m failing ana neglecting to
take proner measures to reinforee or ewceor
Major -Beoken, oommanding a post of tbe
army of the United States, at Lexington, in tha
State or Missouri, from tbe lath Oayof Au
gust, 18G1, to the let day of September, 18G1,
the aaid post, at Lexington, being all the while
ia imminent peril from- tha enemy, whereby,
Btid post wag left to-' the power of an over
whelming; foe, and waa assailed by aald fori
and. preserved irom destruction only by tbe
heroio valor of the officers nod men of the post
alter fAty bad been so grossly abandoned by
the said Major-General John C. Fremont. (
' , Specification 6. lo failing and neglecting to
take proper' meaaarns to reinioroe and aaecor
Colonel JamasA. Mulliean.eommandiBtr boat
ot tba army oi tho United Statea, at Lsxing.
ton, in iiatayette county, in tne state of Mia
ourlfrom - the lQih day of September,- 1861,
aaid post at- Lexington, being all toe while in
Imminent peril irom tne : enemy, wbertby tba
eaamy ware, suffered to assault the said poet.
aodaonqnet and -take tne aama, to tbe great
dlagraoe ot u lNatieau arms 'end tbo detri
menlof the aervroe,im-i'r-ik. ,.-''- "-e -
Siwfattfeis .-Ia Suffering , one 1 Martin
Green and. other guerrilla chlela of the enemy
to recruit an army in Northeastern Mlaeouri of
from three .thousand to five tbonaand men and
tu overturj and ravage Nortbeaaaarn ' Missouri
day of -Aujruat, 1861, -to - about- tho 10ih
day of September, 1861, without taking proper
meaenrea to suppress too oaaaa 01 aaia Martra
Green- and -otbeeuguerrillaa, whereby a-yaat
amtunt of the property of tha loyal mbabitaata
of aaid aectwn ot tbe State-at Mhwoorl- wis
waated and destroyed: many of aaitttnhabttauta
were driteu eat of aaid North lantern- Missouri
by the enemy and' arany wet looshpclled by
th nexay4o take an oatn of allegiaaootd tbo
pnetendci trakoeeua tnoj lnsuniiae'trrjv-
crnmeot, eaued , tne -uxiredetee -1 state: ' ar
Amerieaui fi atitJ hi.-u 5: Jiol rtvcyir
Spttifiedlion IIn Buffering ian ptrralttlBg
one Stephen A. Harlbutt, a: ii1gdie9eneral
in ibearmyof tbe Uottedt3ita, end blswoM
thogity, to ae urf fematn -in aommand of tne
foroaaof satit tioramnt la Nortbons' Mb
eotMiffrom th 10th day of Aegastf 1661, to-
Abowt. tb loth, day ot epteDr, xeos, roew
ioKblm. the aald Stenheu ' A. Hue Ibatt, f eota
the-ofnelel reonrt of hia-aopeitofaffiaan BrigaH
'1 diercOeaerar rope, to be a oomaioa erraniar a,
A . . A . .
fcno) tana an or okloj time- lev oaaaitva, to tne
great detriment ef (ha eerttc the loyal peo
ple ee Mltaoorfi.. auU f .u ii 4 teraa
SpKlfimtia cWIa legleetirp; joft Wuelris,
Oft orabottt-to atpuay w 'KemDer,scuA
.. -.vaxa rKn.it" a W eawfma tr vo
0 ta aetJMovk wt Q fniiD
when a post of tne army of the United Btttei,
Bt Lexington' fn the county of Lafayette, State
Of Missouri, was In imminent peril from the
enemy, 'and fn need of immediate anceor and
reinroreements, to reeelva or hear on Rlchatd
Vaughn, Esq., who bad come from eld Lex
ington to his headdnartejM.'trr Ilia' riitv nf Rr
Louis, to lay before him, the said M"jor-Gen-eral
J. C. Fremont, We distressed condition bt
aaia post, and vt solicit eoccor and" reinforce
ments for tho same, be, the said Major-General
I.C. Iremont, pretending-and Insisting-that
bo wag too busy to receive or hear the message
of said Vaughn; and although be, the Said Major-General-J.
Ci Fremont, was informed that
tbe messsge of said . Richard Vaughn related
to matters of the most' argent heceffllty.'and
demanded Immediate ; action, he, the said Major
General J. C. Fremont, would not receive him,
(be said Richard Vaogha, nor bear trim; nor
did be give any assiSMn1; to tfie eild post in
LcxinetDn,0:ia imininit peril. ; 1 -J
( Sptciflcatbn 1 -Id appointing, on' or- aboiit
the C;b day of .ABgust.Tiatilan a high place
pf confidence ta trust .under hk authlrity,
Viz Matter. ,jtf, Tranportatiom in the Western
Department, one Doctor Eiirard, Qaatla,-);
poreori . ol jiiiitkpvuble character. .keeping
the aid CasiIs vi said office acd place ot',tr ui
after beii.g fully Informed ol his character to
the great detriment and disgrace of the ser
lee )
bptcijictilion I0.4i-iQ;t8tablishlag abaat his
ead quHitera lathe oltv of 81. Loui; a iarri-
ade,1 whereby; information absomtslv India-
pensable 10 tbe public aer-viee wee rtpeHe and
abut out from sia mind; he, the aald General
Fremont, refusine and nreventins himself, by
Such moans, from being infernjed oi matters af
tne utmost importance lor- noura and even
days, to tba great detriment of tbe public ter-
vice. '' .,.,. ', ,
! Specification 11. Io not taking Droocr mens
area, while in command of, said Department of.
tue w eat, to put down rebellion within tbe state
Of Missouri, drive out and expel the invadeis
from said State, and re-establish tbe authority
of the United States therein-., r r, -1
bpeajuation Vi.ln tbis, that . Captain. Wil
lard, of the steamboat Sunshine, a steamboat in 1
the employ ef tbe Unite States Government,
aaa aent by Colonel Mulligan Iron Lexington
on or about the 10th day ol .September, ItSGl, to
Convoy certain oflicera with dispatches to Col.
Davis, commanding at Jefferson City, la' the
State of Missouri. And when the said ateam
boat Sunshine read, ad Glasgow, In tba State of
Missouri, on ita way to .Jefferson City, it was
fired into and upon by the armed enemies of the
United States Government, and compelled to
land Aad transport the forces of tbe enemy from
the Notth to too -South aide ot tbe Missouri
river 1 that tho said Captain Willard obtaining
the dispatches from Colonel Mulligan to Colo
nel Davit- from the offlaera having them 10
charge, and making hie escape, came wilhoot
delay to tho oil ol Su Louis aud repaired im-
meaiattly w neauquarterg, and tbeu addressed
a tote tj the 'said Major General Jjhn C Fre
mont, stating briefly tbe fact above recited, end
that be had important inlormatloo iu regard to
the moremctta of the enemy to oommuuioate
to biin, and ako thedispatches ol Col. Mulligan
tj Cbas. liAVls, the said Major Weaerat J V
Fremont ret used ta see ot bear him, and la-
formed him that it be was an officer of tha arm j
he could take the train the' next day for the
oity of Jefferson, with the dlBptttcb.es to Colonel
Davie, and if not an omeer of tbe army be oouid
leave the dispatches there,- b1 cuiL and aee
him, the eiul .iaajor-uenerai J. j. ii-emobt, 00
the next day: that by the refuaal to gee Captain
Willard', and reooive tba information which he
was prepared to give, tha pnblio eerrioe waa
deeply injured 1 that the eueootjdemauded in the
dispatches eent by Colonel Malhgan to Colonel
Davie was not eent, and Colonel Mulligan", with
all his force at Lexington, In the' State ef Mist-
souri, were captured by the enemies nf tbe
United States Government. .l,v. i
' I Chasoc 2. Disobedience of Order. : L
Spe-yication 1. In this that tiie uaid Major.
General Jubn C. Fremont, when'titocred bt
the Seoretury of War, an er about; tha 8d day
of July, 18GI, to proceed to the eity of Su
Loula. in tha State ot Missouri, front the Citt
of Washington, In tbe District" of Columbia,
did not and would not comply with Bald order;
but, in disregard thereof, went til -tbe city of
New Yorkrand there .remained until, en or
about ..the 23 X of July, 1861, to the creat ne
glect ol the duties belonging to n is depart
ment. ,n-i rr in.
' ' Specification 3 r-Oa the 30ih day of August,
16Cl, tne said Major-General John C. Fremont
igeued tbo following prooiamatioo:
'
PROCLAMATION.
HEADQUARTERS, WESTERN DEPARTMENT.
ST. LOUIS, MO., August 30.
Cirrihmstftnces. in my Judgment, of ufflulebt
urgency, render it ceoeeaary that the Command
ing General ot this ucpartmeut gnouiq ftsaumo
tbe admimstrAtive cowers 01 toe otaie. ,
Its disorganized condition ,- the helplessness
of th civil authority, the toUl insecurity of
life, aud the devastation of property by bands of
murderers and marauders who inl eat nearly
every county in the State, and avail themselves
of the pnblio miafortnnes and the vicinity of
a hostile force to gratify private and neighbor
hood vengeance, and who find an enemy whom
ever they find plunder, finally demand tba se
verest measures to repress toe aaiiy increasing
crimes and outrages, which are driving Off the
Inhabitants and ruining tae oiace. v
In this condition tba pubiio safety and tbo
SOscees of our arms require unity of purpose,
ithout let or hindrance to tne prompt admin
istration of affairs. 1
In order, therefore, to suppress disorders, to
maintain aa far aa cow practicable the pubiio
peace, and to give security and protection to the
persons and property ot toyai owzens, 1 oo Here
by extend -and declare established martial law
thronehout the State of Missouri.:' r-M ur 'n'1 1
-' The lines of the army of occupation lo this
State are for the present declared to extend from
Leavenwortn, by way or tne post or jenerson
City, Rolla and Ironton, to Cape Glratdeaoyon
the Mississippi river... - n- t-t,-i ri
! All persona bo snail ne laiyin wita arras in
their hands within these lines sbal) be tried by
eourt martial, and, if found guilty, will be
aloa.' '(. "t Is 11 . , . ..jk
, . 1 1 r .11
. 11 n nrooertT. real auu verauuai, ui an pbi-
sons iu the Stato ot Missouri wbo shall take up
arms agalust the United States, or who shall be
directly proven to nave taaea bouts part wuu
then enemies in tne neituie acouwou hi Dooen-
fieeated to the pubiio use, end -their elavea.if
any tbey have, are nereoy ueciareu tree men.
, All nersons who shall be proven to have de
strojed, after the publication of thia order, ralK
roaa tracts, nrtagea orr veiegrapna, anau auner
the extrnme nenaltv of tne law. . . t.l i. 1
-.7 All nersona engaged in treasonable correspon
dence, m giving or procuring am to tne enemies
of the United Statea, In fomenting tamults,' to
disturbing the pubiio treaquility by creaticg And
Circulating false. report or. incendiary, docu
ments, are, in their own interest, warned that
they are exposing tnemseives to suaaen ana se
vfrepnntenmeBt.fi j f,t nr.'v-.ifljijx .
'All persona who have been lad aaay.lroat
their allegiance are required to return forthwith
to their somes, Any sucn aotence, wunout
Bufflolent oause, will bebeld to ba preshmptlVe
evidence agalnat therjk.iJ fi i
: 1 ;T he; object of thia declaration is to pla.ee 4a
the haoda of the military authorities the power
ta give Instantaneous effect to exilrtnglawj, And
to adrmlv inch dadeoOiB ait ttroondKlonS of
wir Jlemandii dkt; tt S not intended tot eaa
eendtha, ordinary .tribunal of, the.oouaUy,
where the law will be administered by the civil
fl;n... in th nsnaT fflanbetr And with tVil ma
tonwry aotborlty f whilo the eanteoAO be pesWaUlf
bly-eieroiae-.f j, ' a- f '-"- Mw e.rii
(The Commanding ueaeral will labor vigilant
Iv fx the public welfare and In bia tflorta for
tfaeis Safety hopes to etna in not only the araui-
eOBVoo, bat th active Sepport ef the loyal ae
ST. LOUIS, MO., August 30. J. C. FREMONT.
Major-General Commanding.
1
L
' Wat'tbr'oay 'of 'rBir'the
President of tha United 8tuea'Here4 tbe aU'
MajGenerlJobnfi Framona ta, Bkodifyi tba'
tal( pro!lamatloasokaa to .make It conform to
aaaot of Congress.' entitled. "An act to oooflt
et property Used tof luturreotioaart puryo-1
t , ... . ,lvs a 1. ju4. " f a
ar'.lP""'! Aofost B". IbCI, which the aald
MOonerar -J. C, Fremont ba ever sine,
failed, neglected aad refused to do, In dleobadl-?
Ihorlty of the Prealdant ot the United States,
aart 3-7:T' ft 'ha order ofot
'tMtD ' United State.,
?- LD8v,a.e,.!1 MJ-Wal Fremont
K.r.h "14 """"tion, he, the aald
f.r?W 00 boutkh 3ldeyef Sea. .
tember, 18C1, oause to be printed and circulated .
a large number of his proclamation lu original
IiiaV . tL Ardor of tb Pslde"t of '
he United- 8tatee ard' In-contempt of his ant'
tuortty ua ,,,, vt iUl M ulu
1 , Chasqx 3 -r-CoaJnct Unhn,mi .
and a Gentleman "7, BWW
Specification 1 In declaring to' Oliver If '
I illey.'on- or about the first day of September''
USUI, after he bad appointed the1 eaid Edward -
HCasti. that he, Lad a L1BQIDdA4 bbAM faatlAB .
from said apnointment, when infact be bad not '
aaspended the sal Caatle, and sail oeolaraiion"
waa taiae. '' - . a
Spicifieatitn a.-ilif letting ont to Lootridas
llaskell Government oontraat fn th.
fund muleo, to be purcbag'ed by the said Leoni-
AAaou, who waa a contractor or tba Gov
trnmeiit, appointing hlmr tha said, Leoaidaa.
nasneu, to a place on tbe staff of him, tbo said .
Major-General John C.,.Fromoot, to the com
mon scandal and serious -detriment rt '.h AAA.
yioe-. rl i,.t ;i-'-;' .i v. 50 i v - (,m
1 .Sptaficatian 3 lu oounteuanoing and n-a
touragitg offlcets and piivatea of the army tut
1" 'e uuinoianu 10 write letters to public
aewspapera, in praise of btmeoll And ia dunuu
Oiation of all whe differ iron blmV ::i .
Sptificatim 4.Ia Buffering end countcnane
tog, and hot prohibing, officers and privates of
the army Under bio oeoamSad from holding
meetings in their oimps.knd passing rssoiutloB
adulatory ol himself, and publisbing the aaid ;
resolutions, contrary to army 1 regniationa wb
huodred acd ten , and in contempt ana disregard
tbereof.
iCkAaot 4 (oss fxtravagahcei wafte'; "mig, ,
anagement, apd mieapplicatiiin ot the public
moneys. .--. - ' 1- ': .1.: 0.
1 SpeafieatHfn l.-i-In this, that he has SUfr16uofJ-
ed himself witi men of disreputable character'
big former dependents aad hange.-s-on from the
State of Caliiornla, with whom be naTConnect
ad in business, and with wLose character acd
reputation for frauduleuf dealings he wad well
acquainted, acd has bestowed upon them large
oon tracts and jobs lor supplies for the Rrnrr, and
for making fortifications, add for Other eipeue'
ive and unnecessary work r without adveit e
meet, biddings -or, compeiltion., whereby, tbe
Government of the.. United Sutag hag been An
epoiled, the aoldiere delayed in receiving their.
pay, and bis own totiou and time, abaoibed,
bo as M prevent him from aiteudiua to the
great work tj whioU he. was apprised by tbe
Uovernmeut of tbe United Statte. .
j Charoc 5. Daapotic and tyrannioalcendoot
j XSatcViedlioB 1 lubts.that be tsaaed an ille
gal order on tbe day or September, 18C1, fos.'1."
juidditig efbeera ot tbe army irom eoriotpooding
With tbe officials of toe Stat and other Gov- '
eiromeute, to the end that bia errors' might not
be exposed, and bia eonduet controlled by bis
auperiore, whereby the Government of tbe Uai- '
ted States aud the Jxiopie have au-uined grent
detriment.1- i .;. i .' ,k, ,;.--: .
Sptoficaiiom 2.-La this, that ordered a
pubiio journal iu tbe oity of St. Louis, State of
Miaeouri, called and known as-tho "Evening
News," to be auppresaed, aad itt editor and
proprietor to ba arretted and imprleoned for t
fair and just chticiemupoo bis eoaduur, although
be welt knew that ft&id newspaper bad always
giveu a lair and Jojel, support to tae Govern
ment df the Uuiti-d StAWA. and La unlv crime
wa In. tnkkiiig fublio bL..;rrora'.of IadLmeu
'Anft 'iKMA'-..!'. .. . , ' ; . I. . j ' ,
... -m-viUfrctciivy iu yoainiAju m pie utpirk-
Aueve tbe Uouor to-lay. before tbe Pjeei
deut.ol the Uuited -Spates tbe abort) charged
and epecifioAtiona agAiust M ijor.Gouerl Juho
C Fremunt, coumandiog taj Department of
tbe Weat, which are respectfully submitted for
the Preaident'e consider auou.
'
:i.vi ...... Rcpeotiuiu,
FRANK P. BLAIR, JR.,
Col. First Regiment Missouri Light Artillery.
'Accompanying the above charges was the
following letter from Col. F , P. Blair, Jr., to
Brigadier-Genera) Li Thorn aat: . , '.
Brig. Gen- L- Thorn Adjutant-Gmeral V. S.
lArmy Wmhiaoiom, D Ls . . ,
.Uaaaaat.: I havoane honor to transmit to
you, through tae, proper chiiinol, certain
coargea an 1 specification- implicatlug tue clH
Clal cooduc.t of Major-Generul,, Jvhu. C. Fre;
mout, of the Uaitsd btates Army, commanding (; ,
tbo VVestern Departoioot, and beg lhac you will,
without unoaoeesary delay, lay tacai belore the
ftosiJeut of the United gwed lot uoueiderar
-
FRANK P. BLAIR, JR.,
Col. First Regiment Mo., Light Artillery
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 26. 1861.
.
PROF. L. MILLER'S
R IHVIGORATOR.
An Effeativn,- Saw and, Eoonomioai
1 i . AJ J
FOR RESTORING. GRAY HA1E"' ' .
- t t . v. - . '-';( ti .,
4 Its original oolor without djolog, Aad yrovontiy ,
( 0T ttt . aaTWSR tjtAIlAUig ltJ f
" FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,'
ASdeurlng it, when there is the lout particle of vluii
1 i or recuperative energy nmalalBS-' -
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRl'K
J ( . - Andallontaseontaffoctlons of th Scalp. ' ' ' ".
j ).F0R BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR. "' I
Imparting to It aa nneqaled gloat and brilliancy, mAkiu " 1
it nft and ailky .In tie Aaator, and earning It to out'
readily. . '
th great eehmrity aad heraaalng demand fbrtlil aa
equaled preparation, convince th proprietor that on -
trial ia only aennaary a aauiy a oucemingpuuio or ita
euperiorquAlitlee over any other pnparaUon in aa. It , .
dean the head and calp from dAOdrnB and other '
cutaneon dleeaee, oanatng the hair to grow luxuriantly -(tvlnc
It a rieb, sort, gkoser aad flexible Bnpeareaoe, an
aleo, when the hair I loowning and tblnnum. It wUl glv , '
itrengtn ana vigor 10 me room ena.rcttore tae growth te
hoee parU which have become buldS eauaing It to yield a
ih ooverlng of hair. . ;'...:-i ..s
There an bund red of bid tea and gentlemen la New
York who hav had their hair natoml by abo ose of thia
Invigorator, when all other prwparaflotii hav tailed. L.
M, ha in- hie eonaaatea leteon innejnetwble aatltytcf
to th above facta, from penoa of , die Ughctaaets- 1
blSty. It will etleoliuilly prevent the hair frooi turuug ;
Bo.ul the lateat period ol III; and In oaaea where the hail
ha already changed ita 00 lor, UK ih tt tbe Invigorator
Will with oerUlnty rvtwrell to It to it original hue, gi
tag it a dark, glouy appeeraooe. A perfume r-ir tbe
toilet and a Hal ReetoraMve- K la partlealarly revsm
mend, AAVtat aa agneabi fragranoK and IA greet (a-.'
siliUaa itatforda In iliooainf tha hair, whieb, when buM v
with the lnvlgonitor, can be droned In ny reoulrtd - .
f jrmioa toprcaerv It place, whether plalnjor In curl ' L
bone tb gnat demand for it by the bullae a a standard
toilet artiol which non ought to be without th price
place It within th reach W all.biog v t. 1 ... . t
j Only Twenty-TiTa Centi 1 ' '.
dm bo tU. W b bad at aJt yespeotabl DraggUU 'an '
.. i 1 -Perfamera. -
-, t; BftLnia won Id eall theTtteatleaof Parenti and ,
Guard tana to the ae of hi Invigorator, in cue wbra ' -th
ebitdi-en'eluili wnliow to be-wwa. The aa ef U
lev th foundation lor a good htad of hair, m it n-
move any ianparltMa that, awy have keoom onnected, "
with th calp,the removal of WBloa m naonaary both
tor Die health of the (bltd, ad the- futaf .afipaaraoe of
It Hair. ;
Cabtmb Noaa genalntwlthoat the fcuwrall LOUIB
MILLKR being on the outer wrapper; Blao. It. MILn
THU1A DlTU TMVIiinfilTOA. ii V.. 1,1am II.A v '
. kVmaha Oebot-BS Dew raL ead M vt art the' I
prlnolpal MerchAom end Dnaggi tfareaghoat ab wwld ,
U,amiaBajyww jm II ia
A bum derin td riHot a tte.Aatrtcaa PwUi. ay :
tW AJTIlt IX1S0TED - DrtXAJrTAjTXrjTJI
l k)hTarW paan'ot wcmaWt VrrieTliaeai ting,' t hav-' .
draught I perBMtteeu, . U dBlaoa or Drown Inetantly
withoaimjary we ju"u- or raiii, wwiaiiiw uw dwai
aj-tlcleef the kind la tuuetaooe u.'m;o:ti:i)
Ar PRICE, OliLT wO CENTS." "'"'-,)
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