QEOi W. BlAWTa-KHHVs Editor.
THURSDAY MORNINQ." OCT. llj 1861.
Demagogism under a Cloak.
A oorresoondent J lnt Btate writes
"Oar old Acquaintance, whom" used to cs.ll
Protm."! detd.WUbtlV the Vast 3411 7Mi
he ctnoKcd Ma teunloarcreed eleten ttmesi hd
died at M an atheist.. .He.confeseed on hi
death bed that ho had been ao unbelloTet
through all hli efjparshi " changes ' of faith and
Wo kaeVPrateu" woU.. He "dunged, as
often politically u ha did religiously, fcnd the
efferTMOtaco of Memt foi:ttae new $ or
part? tu aa remarUblo for Its aodden and
load exploalonj at It was for the brevity of It"
n..f,nn. Prohibit thera wai ae Hiue
. i k. nn. MH a Id the other.
A'.anWW rtUgloai or political
riewi jipon sober and honest conriotion; but in
nob case, he ii apt to be modest in the express
ion of his new opiulons, and lenient toward bis
m n: is a oart of his former sen.
Two thioge almost Inrariably mark the pre'
.! end adventurer in politics that he I
prolnse and boisterous in tht expression of his
own superabundant patriotic, and atill mwe
protose and boisterous In deubowflog as dialoy
ellata and traitors all thoeo against whom he
t.... a neraonal DiaUO. or who &3 Dot
ehoose to regard him as tbo pink of perfection
Saoh men do infinite mischief, especially in
time of great publlb dsnger and alarm. Fro.
f easing to be friends, they are worse than open
.nd HMid enemies. Tbey make men dis
trustful of each other; tbey sow the seeds of
nsniclon and dissension in the commonity,
which would otherwise bo united in common
and Joint eflbrta to avert the threatened peril.
A scandalmonger, whoso chief bnsineaa It Is
to keep a neighborhood .In perpetual broils, is
held in otter and Just detestation. In what ab
horrence, then; should the demagogue or the
journalist bo held, who, 1b time of critical civil
war, publicly and unjustly impeaches the loyalty
or a large body of bis fellow oititens, t'aus giv
ing "aid and comfort" to tho rebels, and weak
ening the hands of loyal clt tens by awakening
among tbem mutual distrust and Jealousy T Is
not such a proceeding closely allied to treason!
The State Journal—"The Knights of
the Golden Circle."
Tho State 'journal of yesterday makes a
mean dodge behind tbo man Cocit." The
editor of tho Journal knew, when ho published
tho infamous lie put forth by Com, that there
was not one word of truth in it. He knowing
ly published a slander upon "nine hundred" cltl
ions of Colombus. 7 ; j , . . !(''
There are papers that can publish such out-
rageoua lit and no one be surprised at it; but
when the Jouruh a paper claiming to be troth
ful and respectable, descends to such meanness,
it 1 caso and cause must be desperate-
John W. Dawson.
This genUento, who is the able editor of the
Fort Wayne Tim and Union, has recently
been appointed, by the Administration, Govern
or of L'tih Territory. This is as appointment
pre-eminently fit to be made, both on aoconnk of
tbe high qualifications of Mr. Dawson and the
conservative sentiments be entertains and ex
presses, through bit valuable piper. He is one
of the tut tew old Wbies, wbo joined the Re
publican party, that adhere to tbe teachings of
. that n-ood and oatriolio Party. Had the Repub
lican party here listened to tbe counsels of such
men. we wou'd have peace to-day instead of a
blonde and relentless civil war. We regard tbe
appointment of Mr. Dawson as an evidence that
President Lincoln inienaa 10 inrow tu me ado
litlon clement in his nartv. We hope that it
nit ba ao. because we know that then the con
sear v.i tire men, all over the country, would
rail ta his aunoort as a unit. Terra Htutt
Journal. - . -- ; 7 ; 1
This Is certainly an improvement on such ap
pointments aa Giddimos, Bjauxomc & Co.,
made at tbe commencement of the Administra
tion. "Straws show which ' way the wind
blows." -; - w -
Whatever mat have been tbe design of the
President In sending the Chief of the Groom-
locution oBlce to uenerai rremont s neaaquar
tera. the effect of Air. Cameron's appearance
in Missouri, and tbe publication of bis proceed
ings thera. as detailed in the Washington die
patches to tbe New York newspaper, will be
to greatly embarrass Gen. Fremont. Thetti 0
eery decided appearand cf an attempt to destroy
me(, by bannering the commander in the folds
of the red tsoo aoaoonda. We do not believe
tbe President Is understanding! a party to this
proceeding, but It looks as U be bad been ae
eeived bv the erattv politicians, who are as cb
servant of any ahortaominga and Irregularities
iu Mifiourt, as tbey are fnd to all tbings or
jeotiooabie elsewhere. lommeretat.
The Commercial will be suspected of being
in the pay of the Confederates. TheAdmlnii
tration is by Inference ehargtd with "attempt
log to destroy tbe sfSoieooy of tbe army of the
Western Departineatut the President Is not
doing it "nndersiaodiogly," but is deceived by
the "crafty politicians." This wonld Indicate
that the Commercial thinks "Old Abe" le a very
weak man.,,' .Thai paper must be attended
to t A leading Republican of this city Bald
that "the editor of the Commercial should be
' sent to Fort Lafayette, or Marshal Kane, of
Baltimore, shoald be turned out." -'
Wo" nod the following la tbe Boston Pes, a
strong advocate for a vigorous prosecution of
the wax; . ," " :;'V. . ". .
"Secretary Chase prononneee the continu
ance of General Fremont in command a great
nnblio avii.i . 7 sr.. .ikM.'H C - v.
It is unfortunate for the public Interests that
there should be such a want of coondenoe be
tween the Administration and one of ita leadiot
Generals. It la calculated to iojare and retard
our military operations -Cw Enquirer.
This le bad enough, bnt if the Republican
pipers 'succeed w making the rebels believe
that the Democracy of tbe North are Secession
ists and Bjembertof tbe "Knights of the Golden
Circle," the effect will be still more unfortunate.
Such Jier giro great aid 'end comfort to tbe
esemy.n -r-. ..t v.-.-....-! -
Tbo vote of Lorae county for Tod and Irw
in U 1854V In 1850, at tbe Presidential lec
Uon, it waa 4819, a falling off of 2335 Totes."
The Banner County.
Little Monroe Is the banner eobotyi " JawrrT,
2,133. Top, 778. Jwiiajortyi,lJ63
Bhe Is always right! ...1 ty .-i
ST There nay be a, pr-reobil difficulty) be
fore long, between Capt. Prince and Gen. Jim
Lane. Tbe Leavenworth Timt of tbe lltb,
publlsbee the following: ,;' "
A poti rao capt. ramox 1
Eo. Tiwxt Sirr I" observed this 'morning
one remarks in your paper purporting to eome
from Gen. James 11. LaACconoexalng my els'
olal conduct. I pronounce these statements to
b malicious and fclsO
W. E. PRINCE.
Capt, 1st Infantry U. S. Army.
Capt, 1st Infantry U. S. Army. FORT LEAVERWORTH, Oct. 9th, 1861.
Consul to St. Johns.
It will be recollected that tho President ap
pointed Mr. J. Q. How tan, of this city, as
Consul to St. Johns, in place of Mr. Whitti-
11a. a Demoarat. ' The St. Johns Morning
Freeman, of the 19th ol October, notices It as
Tha Kt. John nuhlio learned with surprise
some days ago that Collins Whltteklr bad been
superseded in tbe omoe 01 American
and J. U, Howard appointed in nie swaa.. a-
bapa no stronger proof of the utter recKiess-
oess, selOshness and want or patnouaw
man ahn nn rnla at WaRtllnetOn Dl JO unu
afforded. ' They and their friends appeal to the
people to rorget an party aistiucuunR,
only Of their country la its great trial, and they
themselves show a dogged determination 10
sacrifice everything to party. Mr. Whltteklr,
k tmm h.M tna nmea nnaer variuui auuiiuia-
traltons for some twelve years past, had by bis
...K.nit. hi nnnrreaT. his attention and bis
mnnA nn.lHIea aa a man and a DUbllO ofll
cer, won the esteem, respect and oonfidenoe of
dtl est it a swam in contact with him Id aov way,
so that some months ago, when the change of
administration at Washington tooa piace, aou a
change In the office of Consul at St. John was
apprenenaea, vne greatest uievj wa
h h thatnltlcena of St. John, of all ranks
ntiuuiaa and oreeda. and bv citizens Of the Unit
h St.to. Ranuhllnan and Democrat, and we
believe memorials, the spontmeous offering of
tbe people, were sent to Washington deprecating
Ho change was then made, and it was gener
11. tkinht that tha riannar had nassed. until
in a lift of appointments published in the New
York ZYtwrneor Bept. SibtD, appeareu j
ru.lr.,.nt nf Mr. Howard, made on Sept. OtD
Wo need not say that the feeling of regret and
sympathy wee universal throughout the city,
and the opinion was generally and freely ex
pressed that the Government which dealt so
ruthlessly at such a time with such men as Mr.
WnlUekir, and showed themselves determined
Ln aaarlfioa aa mnoh to nartv. oould not poeeibly
keep alive the national ontbuslasm which, at
the present crisis, is so essential to the safety
of the country. If St. John and Maine were to
be nolled to-morrow, It would be found mat,
ithnnt iHatlnotlon of tiartt or class, every man
who knew Mr. Whittekir, or ever learned what
his obaracter is, would vote for bis retention in
an office whloh he bas done so much to adorn,
and in wbiob be has been a credit and an honor
to his country! and yet be bas osen oispiacea
ithonta dat'a warning, and at a time when he
bad reason to expect that no change was to be
made. Partv has been the curse of the United
States, and that enrse the present Administra
tion are resolved shall never be removed or
mitigated. Democrats may furnish soldiers to
save tbe Union, bnt Republicans moBt fill every
IT The re election of Governor Brown, of
Georgia, Is most significant of tbe want of con
fidence entertained lor tne ionieaeraie uutwu
ment in that State, once so conservative and
loyal. Some months since Governor Brown
nubllahed a terriflo tirade aealnst Jeff. Davis
and the leaders of tbe Richmond clique, whom
he charged with designs to create an aristocracy
and build a monarchy upon the ruins of our re.
publican Government, uovernor urown aiso
peremptorily refused tj send forward any more
State troops to fight the Confederate battles,
and recalled those that bad aireaoy neen sent
This Indorsement of tbe Governor by tbe
peop.e ol Georgia, after such unmistakable ev-
icecees 01 nis naving Become eica ami iirsu w
tbe Confederate military despotism, shows that
the State will not follow any ultra leaders, but
will ba fonnd oreoared. at no distant day, to
wheel aeain into the Union ranks, from which
she was wheedled by some of her impracticable
and timid political leaders. Louuvuu journal.
, The Abolition leaders of the North don't like
that kind of news. They are not anxious that
tbe Union men of 'the South should gain
strength. Their desire is to keep up the "Irre
pressible conflict" or the the negro question.
Thev don't want the old Union as it waa with
the tlese States.
The Vote for Governor.
We pnblish below the returns from all the
connties except eleven. Allowing a liberal es
timate for those, Mr. Ton's majority will be in
tbe neighborhood of 43,000. Where the full
vote of countiee are given they are offloial.
The aggregate rote of tbe State will fall below
the vote of the last Presidential election near
cioBTr thousand perhaps more than that:
Aih land ....
Aug la lie....
Resignation of R. L. McCook.
We have eood authority for assertion that
the reported disagreement between Cot R. L.
MoCook, ol tbe xxintn unio negimeni, ana uen.
Roseorans, is a oanard. Our Informant states
that he left Geo. Roseorans and Col. MoCook
at headquarters, at Ganley Bridge, two or three
days ago, smoking cigars together, apparently
on tbe best or terms. I ne report mat ioi. mo-
Cook had offered bla resignation grew out of
discontent on the part of bis regiment at tbe re
trograde movement from Little Sewall Mountain
to (iauley Bridge. Moat ol tbe complaints, in
deed, concerning General Rosecrana, and tbe
condition of bis army, originate with splenetic
or malignant correspondents. Cin. Com. .
Headquarters Ohio Militia and Volunteer
QUARTERMASTER GENERAL'S OFFICE.
COLUMBUS, Oct. 15, 1861.
This Department , will receive and promptly
distribute t soldiers now m the field, all arti
cles of army clothing ' that nay be donated to
the State, to relieve the present necessities ot
our troops. Bat it should be distinctly under
stood, thai no blankete will be paid tot that are
not np to the standard fixed by the TJ. S. Quir
termaster General, Tlx: To weigh at least 4
lbs. eaoh, or 8 lbs. to tbe pair, all-wool, and of
dark color. If possible. Tbe circular of the
Adjutant General, of Oct. 12th, fixes the mini
mum priee to be paid for blanket suitable for
army purpose, at 60 eeots per ponnd, and will
be (object ta Inspection according to army roles.
GEO. B WRIGHT,
Q. M. General.
Dr. Soott, of Warren, is elected to tbe Leg
islator. He ran 988 votes behind his party.
Tbe CUUtn says'; . ...
Tell It la Columbus and publish It la Roohea.
tat. that Dr. Scott, tbe leader of the last Lee-
islatore, ran aoo nsuiua nut liciet on wet ine
day., ...t':'" .v; .'.-,. '.:
The Paymaster-General of the Army has pre
pared the form of the "separate roll,'! In which
to be entered assignments 01 pay Dy soiaiers iu
their relatives or friends at home. A eppy of
tho form is 8lT,.a below. .It will be seen that
each company names a responsible person wbo
receives irorb, the Paymaster-General the sums
preserved", or assigned by the soldiers, and dis
tributes them to the persons ln whose favor ths
assignment is made
ALLOTMENT ROLL Or OOafriNT , WOlMIHT,"
We, the undersigned, members of Company
of the Regiment ot own umu
taara. harahv realise! and direct the Paymaster
ot said regiment to reserve from our monthly
pay the amount set opposuo to our uaiu,
same to be transmitied to for distribution
to tbe persons respectively indicated by ns as
I hereby certify that the above document was
signed ano executea oy tos parties tnerem uu
ed in my presence. ., 1 . . .
Dated , . 186, .
Cantain of Co. , Regiment,
The following is an extract from the official
The assignment oi pay will be made on a
separate roll, similar to the entitled form, to
be executed under the supervision of tbe oap
tain or immediate commander of the recruit at
tha time of enlistment, or of the soldier inoamp.
When completed, tbe allotment roll is to be
transmitted to the Paymaster-General, by whom
tbe deductions will be made on each subsequent
pay roll, and tbe aggregate amount of each
company's assignment will be transmitted by
him to tbe distributor named in the roll, togeth
[From the Harrisburg (Pa.) Patriot and Union, 14th]
TwiNTT-iioHTH SiiuToiiaL DisTiicT. From
information received from this District, there is
little doubt of the election of Charles Limber
tan, the Democratic candidate. A fetter to a
gentleman in this place, written on tbe 11th
lost., represents tbe majorities as iollows:
In the Judicial District composed of the coun
ties of Clarion, Jefferson, Forest, Venango and
Mercer, Campbell, Independent, baa 1,700 ma
jority in Clarion, 400 in Jefferson, and 25 in
Forest, over Stewart, Republican. Venango Is
about a tie, and Mercer tj bear from, ' "
Famttx Ccdntv. la Fayette county the
whole Democratio county ticket is elected by
about seven hundred majority, with the excep
tion ot Jialne, tne Democratic nominee for As
sembly, whose majority is bstween five and six
hundred. Lindsay, the Democratic candidate
for President Judge in tbe District composed of
Washington, fayette and Ureene counties, Is
elected over his competitor, Mr. Veerh,by over
twenty-seven Hundred majority.
WaSrimoTOit 'Coohtt. From Washington
county we learn that William Hopkins, Demo
erat, ia certainly elected to tbe Legislature, and
probably William Glenn, bis associate on the
Democratio ticket. Lindsay. Democrat, is
sleoted President Judge in the Distriot compos
ed of the connties of Washington, Fayette and
Bikes Coontt. The official majority of
Warren J. Woodward, lor fresident Judge,
over Henrv W. Smith, ia 4092. . Hleater Civ-
mer bas 4U4 majority lor Senator; and tbe
whole Democratic ticket an. average majority
of 4W0. , , .
ScBDTLKiu. County. Hegine (Dem ) bas
1245 majority for President Judge; Reilly
(Dem.) 1197 for Senator. Adam Wolf and
James Ryon, Democrats, and Lewis C. Dough
erty (Union; are elected to tne Legislature.
NoaTHOvisBLAHD Coontt. The offiaial ma
jority of J. W. Brown (Dem.) over E. Y. Bright
(Union; lor Assemoiy, including tne army vote,
W MAS). ....
SoMxasrr Coontt. The legislative vote In
Somerset county le as louows: bnroch (Dem.;
23(19; Cessna (People's) 1013; Householder
8163; Lerans 850. ,
Gaxiaa Cociitt. The Democratic ticket is
all elected by over one thousand majority.
Liodsey, for Judge, bad over sixteen bundred
We copy tbe following from the Louisville
Democrat, one of tbe strongest Union papers in
the country. It portrays, no doubt, the true
state of the case:
- We think It high time that tbe New York
Tribant was prohibited all circulation in the
mails. It is a disunion sheet, and contributes
more to keep np tbe rebellion than half a dozen
armtee. The editor insiste that slavery must
die, if this war continues. Now everybody
knowe that slavery can't be suppressed nntil all
regard for tbe Federal Constitution perishes;
and tbe doctrine to, that if the war continues,
the Conttitntion and all its guarantees must be
prostrated. Then what are tbe people of tbe
North fighting fori If slavery can be abolished
by tbie war, taeu any other right of the States
reserved ean be alike sacrificed, and we have
no law bnt tbe arbitrary will of a military des
pot to depend on. It ia strange that a letter
from Louisville to the New York Time, written
by some Abolitionist, has started the editor oi
the 7tia afresh. This writer ought to be
sent to Fort Lafayette. Snob ontgiviogs would
disband tbe Union armies, If it was believed for
a moment that the Administration did not
spam snob suggestions. Wo apeak not of the
South, bnt ot the North as well. Whenever It
appears that this is tbe purpose or the result of
this war, it will atop; it would be shown to be
too dangerous to tbe liberties of white men to
be continued. White people are not yet suffi
ciently xealous for tbe freedom of the negro to
enslave themselves for that purpose.
We have long known that these Abolitionist)
were disnnioniace. Tney don't desiro the pres.
ervation of this Government.' They desire tbe
Union divided, if they oan't have slavery abol
ished; and these suggestions about slavery are
thrown ont to prolong the war, to excite tho
8outb, and render any further attempt to pre
serve the Union hopeless.1 This correspondent
of the Timt is a disunion emissary of the Abo
lition stripo, and la no more At to rnn at largo
than an emissary of the Southern Confederacy.
11 is soribblings are full of lies for tbe encour
agement of Disunloniate, outside of this subject
of slavery.. .
It may seem incredible to eome people that
these Abolition sheets, that pretend great zeal
for raising armieo to put down rebellion, and
profess to support' the Administration in Its ef
forts, really desire, al least, a dissolution ol tbe
Union; bnt It ia not more incredible than other
events of the timee. , ..,
. It is not trie, indeed, that any considerable
number are ao mnoh for the abolition of slavery
that tbey wonld saori&ce tbe Union to it. With
tbe politicians, it is no sincere interest In tbe
anti-slavery oanse at all; tbey eare nothing
about it; but they want offices and honors; and
the symptoms, now are thai anti-elavery and
Black Republicanism are to be buried with tbe
restoration of tbe Union. - What, then, becomes
of me? thinks tbe political Abolitionist, wbo
baa rode Into power on the anti-slavery bobby.
With tbe restoration of tbe Union, the whole
school of tbem go nod or, aloag with the pio
neers In this rebellion in tbe South, The pres.
ervatioa - of the Union will be the death of
theas. If elavery can be destroyed they will
have fall sway la the country; bul if il cannot
be, ant the Union is restored, tbey will not be
United. It la a Union, bnt not one controlled
h their Influence. Tbev have no interest in
sochaUnioo. Tbey don't want iu On tbe
other hand, if the Union le divided, the antl
elavery feeling .North will predominate, and
these Abolition politician, will, be ia the lead.
Tbe, want to gover. the whole 'UifcalM
that may be nopeieeo, toj v-
high place, in U of it. They h.v tb,
same ambitious purpose that the eooasaloa
politician Booth havej wey w poww
and pelf. ' ' -
ine motive 01 tn " ,
starti and It if now awe obr Uwa dally. If the
w a .it. ean n An aanrl n anna
Union is restorea, tueyarw uv,
they are desperate.' Their rights, at least, are
In poril., Tne aoonnwu ....
in the aame condition, and they are ploying the
same game. Bjtb these schools of polltioiana
have the same Interest, and are work ng for it
by means very different! but well adapted to the
end In tbeir respecn d
the Union men to keep an eye on them both
alike. . It will not yet do lor these Northern
disooioniists to rejoice openly at the sueoesa of
their allies Sonthi bnt they d rejoice, in fact.
Their editorials and correspondence show they
give credit to all tbe secession line that are told,
and diseredit the efforts on the other side. Se
cession le making progress in this State, accord
ing to their Information. They feel sorry, of
course. Tbey affect to bo Indlgnanrl but they
wouldn't write and poblieh the lie if they didn't
like it. We have seen enough of tbe rascality
of these politicians not to be deceived by words.
Stream ahn which WSV the Wind bloWS-
Tbey know that the overwhelming mass of
tbe North desire first a restoration of tbe Un
ion. Then, ears tbe Abolitionist, slavery ia
the cause of this rebellion, and it most ba crush
ed ont, or the Union oan't be saved. Proelave
ry made the rebellion, and It must be put down
to destroy this treason. If they oan fix this in
tbe Northern mind, then there are but two al
tamatirae alaverv must be destroved, or a di
vision of the Union must take place. Either
result will suit tbe purposes of tbe Abolition
isti. The latter, however, is the easiest of ac
complishment; indeed, the former is a natural
impossibility, except by a long and bloody pre-
cees that win never oe enourea wnnst wnue
men have any freedom left. Hence Abolition,
ists will become a peace party by degrees, and
Insist on a division of the Union. Tbey are
traveling in that direction, but dare not
avow it yet. Perhaps they may never dare
ic openly; it dopeods on events. That it is
tbeir desire and ' (heir object, we have no
Anotbxx Mammoth Will. Tbe Mercer
(Pa.) Diipaleh describee an extraordinary vein
of oil tapped on tbe McElbany farm, at a depth
ol four buudred and sixty lost, it says:
A watch was beld while It ran into a tank
holding, by measure, one bundred and eight
barrels, and it filled the aame in fifty-two min
utes! At a lair estimate, taking this as a data.
those wbo were working about it are confident
that in the first (wenty-lour Hours it Bowed two
thousand four nuudrea barrels ot oil! aoo
when we left on Friday morning there appeared
to be but little diminution. What is also re
markable, is the fact that this well is located
not more than twenty rods from tbe Funk well,
which bas been uowlue some tonr months, and
has yielded an almost incredible quantity of the
greasy fluid. It wonld have been supposed thai
tbe latter bad drained all the oil for a consider
able distance aronnd, but here is one still more
prolific within twenty rods. These oil wells
sre certainly among the wonders of the world
O The oeroetrator of mnrder in the first
degree in Utah forfeits his life, but be has tbe
choice of three modes of dying, by hanging, by
being shot, or by being beheaded. William
Cockroft. who bad been convicted of shooting
a Mr. Brown, was executed lately by being soot
with the rifle. '
Bkinotom Elictco to CoHoaws There be
ing no opposition to the election of Le Grand
Bjington, to succeed Mr. Vandever, In Congress,
that gentleman will of course take tbe seat va
cated by Vandever's beoomiog Colonel of a
regiment. Dubvqve Herald. ' '
ST Colonel D. II. Neiman, editor of the
Eaton Sentinel, Peon., whose office was destroy
ed by a mob last summer, has been eleoted to
tbe Legislature of Pennsylvania from the coun
ty of Northampton, by a mtjority of one thou
sand three bundred votes. This ia a severe re
buke to mob violence.
119 South High Street,
$30,000 Worth of Goods
TO BE PUT INTO MONET; BOUGHT FROM ,
Broken Down New York Merchants,
AT FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
Bret Ottoman Clothe,
" fatln DnObene,
Printed Challli (dark).
3 Ouei Trlnlf,
" 1 M - 1 M
" 1 50 1 00
" 1 60 " 1 00
' 1 00 " 75
" 75 50
' 1 00 - Ii
' 75 ' 37X
50 ' 37
" 31 S5
J' 55 " SO
10 ' 10
" 8 " ex
" 10 " 8H
" K" 10
BHaTTlS Broche Long fihtwli, worth HO fort 10;
Broche Bqnare febawls, worth 910 for $5, Stella Bbawli,
all price.; Extra Quality Long and Squire; Plaid Wool
Bhawl.i Bl.ck eud White Plaid Bhawle; Hletee Wool
Shawl.; Oent'e Trareling Bhawle; OIotoi, Boeiery, Ua
denhlrte and Drawer..
Bounkeepeia will find a fall eijortment of Ftanneli,
Blankete, Bleached and Unbleached Cotton Sheeting!
and Bhlrtlngt, Pillow Cue Oottone. Iri.h Linene. Nap
tine and Table Ptmaika, Orath and Huckaback Towel-tarn-
A fall aitortment of Trench and Scotch Embrolderici
in Collar., Bleeree, Lace Betta, etc.
Olothi, Oenineree, Battlnetr, Jeana, a fall anort
ment etc. etc. etc. 1
1 8. S. EAMES,
':. 119 South High Street,
Smith, Mason Co'i New Patent Hook and Bye, for
sale at 119 South High itreet.
Settlement of Accounts.
THE FOLLOWING ACCOUNTS IIAVE
been Bled in the Probate Court of franklin coun
ty, Oblo, and will be heard for eettlenient on WEDNEd
BAT, the 13th dey of NOVEMBER, A. B. 1801, to wit.
Tbe Hnel account of Janes Cherry, admini.trator of i.
B. Perrio, deo'd; the final account of klichael Kiniery,
adm'r of A. W. Lackey, dec'dl tha final account of Mi.
ehael Elngery and Henry Innie, aJm'rs of Thomas Jer
ri., deo'd; tbe final account of John Cos, adm'r of John
Seymour, dec'dl the final account of John Wagner,
Jnardian of Berepta J. Phllllpi; tbe third ecooant of
obn L. Bterenion, guardian of Bnocb A. Neediest the
second account of Abraham Btlmmell, ex'r of the will of
Mlebeel 8tlmm.il, dee'd; tbe Bret tccount of Samuel
Kelt, ex'r of the will of Bliiabeth Sohuckhart, deo'd;
tbe firat aeeonnt of Jem Oourtwrlghtruardtan of Tboe.
J. Ooldtmith; the Bret account of William A. Oram,
guardian of James K. Oodowni ths first account of J.
U. BUge, adm'r of Laypola Barey, dec'dl the firat ac
count of R. B. Bmtth, adm'r of Henry Smith, dee'd; the
firat aeeonnt of Ohrl.topber Binder, guardian of Reece
A. Seeds, John W. Beede, and Xliiabeih Beedel and the
final tcoount of Isaac White, adm'r of Charles Roach,
. , . ..... B. B. ALBBRT, '
octn-diwlt - - " '.
NEW O O AL YABD.
TIIR TIVDKRSIONED KERP3 COM
BTANTLT oa hand and for ial, tne twit quality of
..nbCKlKG GRATE' jCOtjit;
Which be will sell at the lowe.t market prior,'
Call and ezunlne my Coal belore purchasing else
Offloe at the itore of Bradford, Bnyd.m St Co-; head
of Oaaal. ' '
. , V. F. SUTBAM.
REPEI.I.ANT OB WATEB'PBOOP
CLOAK 0L0TH3. Also, other make of Spring
0 loak Clotbt, ln all desirable mixtures Btadtaire, las
tele and Buttons to match. ' BAIN At SON,
. aprlli e.OT SonthHUhitree
BOKNETB, RIBBONS) TABS AND
BUCHrs, sew sfyler, last opeaisd by
, ' - BAin aa eun.
Domestic Cotton G coda
. . . ... T- V'-"1 't' V . .
OFFBtt tite moat Ef teavalve Aaeorte
Brown end lleaoited Cettoa flanneli;
. . Banuley Cot tos Ibeeuatai . " - m
' rjettct Style, or Calico', nd Btltlnet;
TioUDfi, Bhlrtlnire, Olnghame, , - , . . '
And Cotton Battings. . , 'j f 1 '
1; Abo, Blinken, Vlanneli,. , ' 1 ' , '
Oaulmerai, Oloak Clothe, etc, etc.
Much below regular price.
iiAiir a ion,
' M Bouts Hlfh Street.
ED. The molt exteniire ttook in the olty. ,, ..
Army Woolen Books. ", , ,
I" Bhaker Bibbed Bocke.
Under Bhlrte and Drawcn. 1 ;': '. ' '"' ' 1
Cotton and Merino bock, . ' -
Golden ntll Bhlrti. ..... .
Gent's Kid Q loree. '
Gent's Linen Collars, Keck Ilei. '
, No. 89 Booth High Street.
VERY STYLISH STRIPED CLOTH
8HAWLS, ln new deeleni at 3 00 Talne 83 00.
1,500 yards Super Plata Black Bilk at ai 00 -Value
1 S3 a yaid.
trench Merino, C5) cents Value 87 els a yard.
" " 7Scente value ai 00 a yard.
BAIN It BON,
No, 89 BoaU High Street. ;
PRINTED OTTOMAN HEPS .
Plain Ottoman Olothi;
Magenta and Blaok Check Talenetai;
Broche Konbalx Dreat Osodt;
Alexander!' Bid Olovei;
Gore Trail Hoop (klrt.
Conete. Hilr Nets,
octlG No. 29 Booth High Street.
CAN K0W BB HAD AT
No. 68 East Town 8treet. -
Can be supplied with every article ln their line at
NEW YORK PRICES.
A large aitortment ot
RIBBONS, LACES, ETC.
ON HAND, OF . '
THE LITEST STYLES.
Come and See. before Buying else
' JOSEPH DOVDALL, Assignee,
T. W. Carpenter k Bre,
J. 0. Knapp k. Co
Delaware Common Pleas.
VIHTBS OF A WHIT OF VI. PA
X In the abore case, and also two other writs, on ln
f.nr nf Jnhn P. Bonn tb. J. Q. &natD It Co.. and one
In f.ror of William 0. Bunn re. J. O. Knapp at Co , to
me directed from the Court of Oommoa Pleaa of Delaware
county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at tne .tore room no,
10 Bast Broad itreet, jsucieye jiiock, in uic city ui uu
lumbua, tale commencing on
Monday, the 14th day of Oct., A. D. 1861,
at 0 o'clock a. m., a fins aitortment of dry gooda and
notioni, two itoyei, one ttep ladder, two tets falrbank'i
tcatei, one neex, one eignt uay oioca, w., a,
Ptlnter'i feet t:i S5.
Q. W. IIUFFjr AN. Sheriff,
By Eo, Davit, Deputy.
W. R. Kiht, Auctioneer.
BllM, Wheelock A Co.
J. 0. Knapp k. Co
Order of tale In attachment.
-rj V VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF BALE
JJ to me directed from tht Bupenor uoun oi xraoa
lin county, Ohio, in the abore oaae, and anothtr oats,
wherein Fred. Butterneld, atilgnet of Deforeit, Ana
troog k Co.. are plaintiffs, T. J. 0. Knapp A Co., are
defendants, I will offer for tale at the ttoie-room, and
after the execution! are aatiifled na described la the
abOTO adTertliement, the remaining portion of said
lock of goods; tale commencing on
Friday, the 18th day ot Ootober, A. D. 1861,
at 9 o'clock, A.M.
Printer t fees, f 5 50.
0. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff,
i By Bo. Davis, Deputy,
! COLUMBUS, OHIO.
TJHE REGULAR COURSE OF EEC
TUSI8 in tbie institution will OaWimenoa oa
THURSDAY, the 24 th of OOTOBBB, and oonUnue nn
til the 1st of March, 180s,
S. M. SMITH, M. D.,
Profeuor of Theory and Practice, and Dean.
FRANCIS CARTER, M. D ,
Trof. of Obstetrics k Diseases of Women sc Children.
JOHN DAWSON, M. D.,
Prof, of Anatomy and Physiology.
J. W. HAMILTON, M. D-,
Prof, of Surgery. . . t
8. LOVING, M. v'-.i , ,
Pref. Mat. Med., Therap. k Med. JurUprudeact.1 '
THEO. G. WORMLET, H-1fi'l
Prof, of CbemUtry.l' , , ,
R. N. BARR, M., P.,', t '
Demonstrator of Aaatomy.p ,
Ticket! for all the Profemon-. $C0 00
ai.tAnl.,lAn e!i.btttrnfil naLI ABM). a. '.. I 00
Graduation tees ......... "SO 00
Demonstration Berrioel W
Boarding IS to 13 per watk. Including light and fusl.
The Clinical and Hospital sriTaataaes oon.let la tbe
Urge and dlTerelfied Oollega OUals and tha UotplUl of
the franklin vouoty tnnrmary. sesme mess, ias twa
Military Oampt la tht neighborhood will be ecceesibie It
Medical Btudentt. - ' ,
All letter! ol inquiry will be promptly answered, If
S.M. SMITH.' Dean. '
JOHN H U N T B R,
MERCHANT VaILOR, V
No. 230 Bouth High Btat.'Th
jjoorai ooutu an t-iu, . ..
TTAS Ja.t rccelTed a eholee stock of FALL AMD
A.JL WIMiJStt UUUUB, tultaoit ior gcntiemena wear.
Customem will here tbeir orders neatly and substantial
ly execoted st the lowest rates. , : i... . t ,.':,
, aepit i "
I - r 'ft .i.
XrV llll am L. C3H11.
. , rojLUHBUft omoi , i'.'-i
' HAIU,QIAJ8,SA8ri, PUTTT,C0iDAOl,r.
Gnus, PlatoUt 1trwe;"WlUwwf Trre,
. etiieraud BuUber Belling, . (wt Leather, Boaw and
Oysters I pyers !-
HAS JUST RECEIVED, AND &tLl
bt In dally .'pt. by Ixpwst, ol ,-4 , ,
. FEESH CAM, & KEQ QIStESi;
J .' '' . . . o.-i U. ' in '
Wt?m eammort sna tsv uarea. -., j
Call at WagHf t Oyster and fruit tPt, Vs, M t
Itate street. " . j",
CtmoiiTiu 0. MruviA is v. Miu-na
....... WUUTU..IIU'IIUl.Ali l'IIH.1
. . Colnmhma. Uat. S. ihM. I 1
TJHOltl AND AFTER THIS DATE, NO
JPABSBg will be Isiud hy Uat tuMt Obia e..V-
ter ea fnrhragn, to be rerundel or kept' oui oi tbeir
pay. r(f,; T.t t ' l -,, f-
AW blllm tfeMatnaaawietjJS.aa. a.111 k.-,a. La, a.lilaJ
, w. w W"Tr' sweewn Will HQIVSalLtJI Hoaieia
and paid ty the1 AeeUtant Qnarteraaiter V. B. A., at
?e. SO, Btat geeest.CalBailws, OMe. mZ .
HE ABLET Sc EBEHL Y
AVE' KEITtOVED TO TnElri NEW
, ( ; -i4 tine,.! I
Not. 250 and 252 South High Street,
and hire associated with themtelres WM. B10BABDS,
uader ths arm of ;,-
: Headley, Eberly & Richards,?;
Feratns ont of the largest Dry floods Bouset In tht
This Bouse it constantly reoelTing New Goodi,
sonhat . iv '
NEW STYLES OF DRESS GOODS,
' IRISH SILK AND WOOL POPLINS,
PLAIN AND FIGURED REPP GOODS
i PLAIN AND FANCY SILKS. ,
The Newest and Neatest stylei or " .
Hamilton, Manchester and Pacific
In the City, can bt found at
HEADLEY, EBERLY & RICHARD3.
Balmoral Skirts,- 77
In great rarlety, Just receired by ' ' w ' :K
HEADLEY, EBERLY it RICHARDS.
, .-, , ALB 0, ' :
ZEPHYR WOR3TEDS, ,
EMBROIDERIES, TRIMMINGS, ,
GLOVES k HOSIERY, .
LADIES' CLOTH CLOAKS,
Of the Newest Styles, just receired, and also made to
HEADLEY, EBERLY & RICHARDS.
ALSO:;"; "'. ;. . :
CLOTHS. - "
; . CASSIMBRBS, . :.
n SILK t TBLVBT VEBTINQ8,
MBBJUMAO PRINTS, t i HOOP SKIETfl, '
! COTTON CHAIN AND 0ABPIT WABP8. j '
This Arm. haTlns adopted the Oath system hi the pur.
chase and tale of ttoodi, an enabled to tell from 15 to SO
per oan t. leii than ataer houses under the credit system
HEADLEY, EBEELY & EICHAED8,
250 aad 252 South High Street,'
. Colambqa'i'diil'w. 1
119 SOUTH HIGH - STREET
open again. ;.: ,:
I S. S. EAJVIES,
j LATI OF OIMbiNIIATI,'' I ' 1
Ii now iecelTlng a Urge and desirable stock of
Fall and Winter - Dress Goods!
. s .... i : , .i - ii j v'-r
which he Will tell at pricat thtt will tnable him to re
tain tht atputatioa tbe Stand already enjoys of being ths
! f -
; 01aoiaip Dtoro
of the Olty. Much of tht Stock Wat booght for Cash
before tha late extraordinary advance, and all ean bt
soia at , . .
i LEI3- THAN CURRENT PRICES.
i HOOP SKIRTS !
For xtatdieas, Miswes and Children,
of tie Ter beet quality and make. - I eorilslly Inrite
the old eu.toia.rs of thti house, and tTtrybody else, to
call aad txasalM my ttocka belore purchasing elsewhere.
j Si jam IDamoB,
119, SOUTH fHIQH BTBIBT, COLUMBUS, OHIO
TTIANCY DRESS RIEKS,
A.' I IAMOI DUBBB B11.1U).
I FAN OX DBBB8 SILKS.
We are bow offering oar laimos ttoek of Fancy Brest
Bilks at Driest leu than are before offered la thit eity.
The attention of tht mdlet of (hit eity and rkrinlty It
tolloited, as our ttook ia Ttnt sewot and complete la all
grades of goods In this Una. x PBTJ1H BAIN,
oral. -o. av bobui nigii shvs..
' Washington, Franklin and Jackson rote to great dis
tinction by their owa merit. James Pyle Is alto attain
Ing great distinction by the merit of hli unriTalled Dl-
etttie Bale ratut. Its salts are enormous. Depot, l$
Washington street. New York. Sold by grocers rrery-
HOW LQ8T, HOW 3KSI0RED.
i Jut Published la a Sealed Intelope; Price t els.t
A UOTUBS ON THS NATUBN, TR1ATM1NT AND
BADIOAL CUBA OF SPBBMATOBBHBA Or Seminal
Weakness, lnroluntary Amissions, sexual Debility, and
Impediments to Marriage (tnerallly, Ntrronenese, Con
eumutlon. BDllens and Fits. Mental and Physical In-
eapaolty, retulting from Sslf-abuie, Ac By Robert J.
uuirerweu, at. v., autoot ot ue ureea book, sec.
A Boon Tbtmaemde ! Sat rerers(
Seat Duller seal, In a plain enTelope, to any address,
post paid, on reeelot of two luuspt. by Sr. OH AS.
J.C. KLINA, 1S7 Bowery, New Xork, Poet Ottoe Boa
noetW. - ' sepcamaetw
t?reoBa wf foil Iiabite, Whoaretnbjectto
OeetlToaets, Headache, Old din est, Drowsiness and ting
ing la ths ears', arising from toe gnat a flow of Wood te
the head, should nerer be without Brandreth'i Pills, and
many highly dangerous symptoms will be remored by
their Immediate ue. '
The Bon. J. Hunt, of Weitcheiter county,' N."r'.,
ttrtnty fiTt years of age, hat used Brsndreth 's Pills for
twenty firs years at his sols medicine.' When fee fesia
Indisposed, be It from Cold, Rheumatism, Asthma, Bead-
aekt, Bilious Affeotlona, OestlTtnaia or Irritation of the
kidneys or bladder, he does nothing bat take a few dotes
orBrandreth'aPllls. ' '
' His arual method It to take tlx pilla, aad redoes the
dose each eight, ae pill. In erery attack of sicknen
tor twentyTt years, fhu simple method has nerer failed
to restore him to health; and few men are to be found to
actire and hearty as he. i . i"-, '..
Sold by Joan B. Cook, Drugflsi Columbeta, aad by
aUrespeotaUe dealers aa toediolaee.,. aftumt ."n-"
i L.THII.Jt-W VUII . a"-"-.'
Till following ii 4a taaac from
UUtr written by the Ber. . i. Bolme, pester of the
HtrrerMtree Beetle. Ctartni vnemmm. z.,ie
the Journal aadMeeaeonr," Ctnematl,0., and speaks
volumes la fsrot of that world-renowned medicine, Mas.
Wnsevow s SoOTOi Iracr re Caaoaaa Tmrruiiiai .
Weeeeaai- adrarUsmaat ba year eoluant of Mu
Wnenw't aoOTUiae BT)iy Now we aeret aalda weed
bl oomwivi . ty lo yaar raaasrl that this is so how
koa we Tauta rr, ajra awow rr -TO aa au, rr
owaw. It st prosapiy e winseameae auaetasrui meor
atnaeofOieoay.beeaasenmeneof tbebeet. AadUMge
ilVour readaaswae hate kwhete taa'tde better thaa
toylBatuppW'". , oe7:jdej
MILLIONS OF MONEY
For an Inch of Timet
WAS OMCB THE EXCIiAMATIOJf OF
a dying Queen. Tbat inch of time otn be procur
ed at a mnoh ohesper rate, and many long years of
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
enjoyed by consulting Dr. MERBYWK ATHEB, wbo
it euring the molt obitlnat and long standing dlieaies
of the LUNOft, UBART, LIVER, KIDNKY. I1UAD-
DBH.-pl.Oal AOU RHEUMATIBM DI8KAHRB PKOU
LIAR TO FBMALKfl, SKIN DISKAHK8, AND ALL
AVFBOTIONB OF TUB EYE AND BAR.
Facta ara Stnbbcrn TlilnKt!
Hoar what tbe Philadelphia oorreapondenteaye In the
"Onmmonwealth," Wilmington, Delaware, Oth of April,
"An English gentleman, formorly connected with the
British Army, and wbo styles himself the 'Indian
Botanic Physician,' has of late gsined an extenilTe repu
tation here by his skill In cuiiDg all manner of oom
plaints. Some of his patients 1 have convened with,
and they pronounce his remedies and mode of treatment
aa Tery superior. Borne have been restored as if by
magic. The medicine he uses ii distilled by himself
from Tirions herbs possessing rare curative properties.
'While acting In tne army he dernted hit leisure mo
menti to a thorough itudy of the effect! produced by
certain medicinal root! and herbs on all manner of dli
easet. It seem, he hat found a lure and speedy reme
dy forall the 'ills that fle.b ii heir to.' Hit practice it
already extensive and ia daily Increasing. In tbe com
plain it to which Femalet are subjected, he has no equal
at a large number here bare testified that they ewe not
only their present good health, but their lives, to the
skill of this Indian Botanlo Physician."
Office 37 East State Street, Columbus.
i augl7-d3m '
United Slates Express Co., Prop're.
i Via New York & Erie Hailroad,
And all other Roads Leading West
!f j . and Southwest.
Chartered Can over most Boads on Paissnger Trains.
U. It. HO VET, Ag'l,
A. L. KNIQHT, Ag't,
95 BtalaBt.. Boston.
a i uroaaway, n . I
WM; H. PERKY, Superintendent, B affile
II. FITCH Sc SON, Affcntf,
87 AVeeC Broad Strnct,
Columbus Wholesale Liquor Store
. i LACELLE ROSS & CO.,
. . .
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Foreign and Domestic Wines, Brandies,
! 1 " tee. ic. ALSO,
OLD RYE, MONONGAHELA tt BOURBON
! ' ' '
WAREHOUSE AND OFFICE, 324 SOUTH HIOU ST ,
aepSdlyti ' '
Henry , ZSLoolalex,
. ! (Late of Phalon'i Ejtahlhhtnent, N. T.,) .
PROPRIETOR VF THE NEWTOBK
Fashionable Shaving, llalr Cutting, Shampoonlng,
Curling and Dressing Saloon,
South Hieh St., over Bulh'st Store,' ,
where taturactlon will bt given ln ail tht varlout
Laditi' and Children's Hair Dressing done in the best
The Best Artificial Help to tho
Human Big-lit ever Invented.
, ; JOSEPH S. PEBXEY,
PRACTICAL & SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN,
KEEPS THE LARGEST ASSORT,
ssent of tht most improved kinds of Spectacles.
All hit Glasses, whether for near or far-sighted, ara
ground in eoncaro convex form with the greatest care,
so at to suit the Eyes of all cases, curing Weakness,
Diuineta or Inflammation of the Kyei, and Imparting
strength for long reading or fine sewing. .
Offloe, 13 East Bute street, at Seiner Webster's
Musle Store. . . , . . ,
augS-dl j,, . v . ' '
Baltimore Clothing House.
HEBO db BIiUM
' . HaUforACTnnnj amd whoumalh ccalxm m . .
- . j (arrwsaa ui
uao.Tr iKP Bowiao,) ,
A Largs Aisortmsnt ot Piece and Fnnilsliias
1 f , Ooo&a Constantly oa Hand
' OctSodly - j! '
VM. II. RESTIEAUX,
;, 1 (SUCCESSOR TO McEEl k BSBTISACXJ
No. 106, South ; High : Street; '."
i . .. , ,l,-o '.-': .
, , DEALER 11 , :
C R OCER !ES,PnODUC E
h oreign and f JJomesuo J! ruits, ui
FLOUR, sXtT, LIQUORS, ET 6. -
sTORAbE & Commission
r ,. Jt i J
eagle 'Brass wojrks,,
;i 1 j Corner Spring- Water Stv; ,,nt
Aad Manufseturert'ot bras and Oompoeltlon Castings,
, . ) fbUabo Brats Werkol allBetoripUona. ,. jti ', J
Hietwljiatia Wag i'i
I,, STENCIL CUTTING, C. ;
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