OCT. fY.MAWTls Edi5-
THC&SDAY MORNING. OCT. 24, 18C1.
Anticipated Change in the Aspect of
Erc, .iuo. toe r:
three months, ere nave ou
decMve battle. According n mo
MQ the papcr. a Br- ,
. t nr in inn uu uu
cause, bat oeeu im..Mv. - - - . -
every hour a the day. bo oui u . r--r-
ever' u " . i ...,M. fc.il that
hsn told th s tale. na bo rcpon.-..,;
been (out. taw tmn..
I j:..nnn nMlt. tU&l BOmClUlUK '
uocu w.o-ir u.!i,inir to
tleoce boriering oil diBtmst, was beginning w
..:r.. iu1f ' i " '
IPIkUtlEaa .v... . .
During the pat three , .
oeBsaua oia&Bier o
Oar forces, by come www-" -
? i.iniai inn iir bu hufk
iatauiy, De u- ,id
. . . ..,ndriT v nerii vivuh
aaentmybyftbetfs P and
appoiutmentB. Thus, our gaiian
brave men have oeen ..6v '
Rlaachtered or made priaooers, w j "
Biaugoio r ,
ni the arms
... milltarT Siorei uw ui
. .u. k;i4 nf the rebels
These things have xqlud a general feeling
-i . ... if nnt of Iadicnation, and loud
demand for a more efficient Bnd clear righted
-ii in ihB eonduct of the war. ; Probably no
man, or eel of men la particular, have been ta
hiamflfor thla aoDareut general Inefficiency,
. when all were more or lees Inexperienced, and
, . . , , ,;Ji ieMnn in the
hd tj take their fi.st practical lessons m tue
rtnf war. But six mouths having dow elaps-
el Bince oar soldiers were Bret Milea into me
.a rat in trainiDe.the people have a
field BUd put ID. training, iu Vy
,i.rht ti look for decisive, immediate ana sua
o " .
oaauf.il militurv demonstrations.
Such, we are bppv to say, appear now ta be
nuking. Notwitbitanding o few reverses that
have befallen our troops within a rew days,
steady advances upon the rebels have been and
are now being nude lu every put pf the coun
trv, which can be properly cilled the8catol
war" in Eastern aud Western Virginia, in
Kentucky and Miesouri. As long as thcBe ad
vances continue to be mada, and the rebel
forces are driven further and further southward,
we ought to be eatlefied and cheer on our effl
cera and soldiers, though no decisive engage
ment sflould tike place. Our troops cannot
bring on a great battle and achieve a decisive
victory, unless the enemy will concentrate his
fjree, make a stnnd and face tbem.
If the rebels are determined to have nothing
but a sort of guerrilla warfare, we must meet
them in that. In this mode of fighting, we
must expect an ocoisional disasters for UIb
impracticable, while advancing iato an enemy'e
country, to guard against eve y pwsible mole
of emprise, or be absolutely certain that every
scouting party shall Live the advantag over ev
ery opposing forco it may encounter. But
Bteidy and continued advances Into, and ocoa
pition of the territory held under the rebel
jurisdiction, will perhaps be more decisive of
the great controversy than even pitched bat
tles, white the Immense slaughter of the latter
On the whole, our horizon begins to brighten
and assume a more promising aspect. So often
have our hopes of Immediate successful results
been disappointed, that we dare not count large
ly upon present anticipations. Yet we think
the5expctation may be rationally entertained,
that, by the time of the next meeting of Con-
ercas, on the first Monlay of December, the
nosiiion of effiirB will be bo changed, that the
war will assume, instead of a merely defensive
aspect, a decidedly successful offensive charac
Railroads and Canals.
The large amount of produce moving toward
tbe sea-board this fill, and the extraordinary
adv&nce made in railroad freight, has caused
tbe public attention to be turned tsward the ca
nals of the count y as channels of tranBporta
t'oo. and their usefulness and value are being
more correotly appreciated than for many years
before. Instead of being antiquated and use.
less, business men begin to appreciate their val
ne and tj acknowledge that they are Indispen
By a circular recently issued by the Auditor
of tbe Canal Department of the State of New
York, it is estimated that there is now afiiat
on the Erie Canal and its branches, and will
continue to be until tho close of navigation,
absut fonr millions of bushels of vegetable
food, which is four or five fold as much as all
the railroads In the" country can Gerry to the
sea board In the same time. This fact alone
ia cohcluaive as io the value of tbe New York
canals to the people of the great west, as chan
nels of commerce.
On the Ohio canals we learn there is a great
deficloncy of boats, from the fact that for sev
eral years past, but few new boats have been
built to supply the places of ths many that have
worn out and become useless. Bat all tbe
boat now on our canals are in demand, and a
much larger uumber could be employed if they
were in existence.
Tbe Auditor oi the Canal Department of the
State of New York status in his circular that
there is "deep feeling evinced on the part of the
publio" in relation to the New York canals; and
the same state of things, to a considerable ex- j
teat, exitti in Ohio, the publio interest having
materially increased in relation to our own
P-ublio Works, within the past two or three
months. Many of those formerly engaged in
transportation on tbe canals of Ohio, now talk
of building new boats and resuming tbe busi
ness, and judging from what we learn of the
freighting business this fall, we think such in
vestments would return a fair compensation.
The Way the Philadelphia Soldiers
Voted in Camp Washington.
Tbe Philadelphia lAiger says I
" There Is much discussion about the result
of the eleotion in the oamps in the vicinity of
Washington, as dispatches are sent almost
hourly. A Washington dispatch states that the
Democratic majority in Batlier'a regiment Is
500, in Colonel Mann's GS, Colonel Kolte's 250,
Colonel Einstein's 7, Colonel Biiney'a 40, and in
Colonel Miller's 380 making a total of 1,182
in tbe six regiments named. It is stated that
tbe Democratic majority in aH the regiments
wH be about 1,500."
That tells the story from what party the sol
diers enlist! -j t. ' -- "
News from Fremont and Price.
The Indianapolis Btntiwl, of tbe 22d, says: '
We are permitted to make the following ex
tract Irom a Utter addressed to Mr. Bamberger,
of this city- The letter is dated at one of tbe
Missouri towns,' and contains the latest news
from a responsible source f rom that quarter we
have seen: ., - - -
(I arrived bare yesterday- Bys all glad to
see me. Un. rrien is e; innes from nere
H i retreat is cut ff . We wi II have a fight In
aide of two wtk' II i 42 00U strong Fre
mont'! forces are about 35 000, with C8 pieces
of artillery, and about 3 000 cavalry.
"GEO. W. H. RILEY."
Removal of Gen. Fremont.
Ti U announced b Icleetsnh from Wattling.
... th.ttriA AdinlnUtrittun. la view? Of All tU6
cu-otimstancee of the oaso, awsiders Itself
department, which will luyolve the neceisitv or
...nufarrlnrr t.hnt nflliwr 1(1 BOrnS Other 'DOOrS Ot
fluty. II touit EC Wiert wr granteu tu --
but very urgent reason dictate ran sF
tace ot euou an imminent crisis .as uuw
Missouri. Bat the AamlniBtration Bas
ka thU matter with peculiar care, it nasais-
patched the oeerttary ot w ar w u
fcbsoUite assuraoee. of Us tvu, d bow
r,,.m. its noneliuions only afier the most ma-
. -... .,1IriaMi by the final aiotaion.
8a lor as regards the M"""'
Ai tha HanirLmflnu. ut3Uori a iswvui
-33- attempted to disprove the
obugtt of loose management ana grew e"-v-
In regpect to toe military opei.uuu.,
.8 - ,. nrnt not to
h. -.mm-i & vrv unfavorable impression.
f- . - .7 . .- . j
The diapariiy between nia meaoa ui uu u
faM eDgenderid ft wde9pread
rf.trit amouf the oeoDle of bis military coro-
L .ruuu. En thiae who have always
,Lked themselves amonx his greatest aamiMra
. .a. .
ftn(j iupporters have been torcett t oouot. in
rh iriAArf ni inn nnnun m du. icuuinvvubv u
-"...inn. J.th It entire
knowled.of the merits of the case, will be
eMT.,,VVhtever that action ahall be, there can
b no appeal from it, U reqatrea Dy w puu'
inlereaia. Personal ooniiaerauoni are u.u.uB,
,u Union I t ntnke j and no
urnu " . .
man will sooner recoeniie this than General
Fremont hlmBelf, whose patriotism has ever
been controlling element ol his Nature1 JV.
method and result ot uen. r remoni aam.uis
Vi tration; and has been obliged to disapprove It,
I ,,... hi. nnfitnona for the DOsitlOD.
The New York Tima.ot the 221 InBt , speak
log of the anticipated removal of Gen. Fiihont,
Administration which has con
Tbe Congressional Committee,
I spporoted at me extra session, to lnvesfciga.e iuo
ftf the trtoy contraots, has sat at St.
, . d BatientiT invectlifated the entire
ami tn nrnrmuiiCA hia unfitness for the position.
Prl!int Lincoln, after such an inquest and
verdict, has no alternative but to transfer the
General to some other theatre, where bis purely
military capacity may have a chance to prove
itself j and to place la his stead a calmer and
more prudent officer, who Bball briug to tbe ful
fillment of his duties natience, moderation, and
practical business talent. Gen. Hunter, who
probably succeeds Gen. Fremont, is understood
to be thus qualified.
Battle at Camp Wild Cat, Ky.—Zollicoffer
Three Times Repulsed.
The following is the mbstance of a dispatch
received at Camp Dick Robinson on the2ij
Inst., and from tbere transmitted to the Hon.
Andy Johnson, at the Burnet Hoose, In Cincin
CAMP WILD CAT, Oct. 21, 3 P. M.
The enemy, under us
11 o'clock to day. Their force was infantry
six thousand, cavalry fifteen hundred, and one
battery. Tbey were repulsed at two points,
and retreated to their entrenchments, iney
made another attack at IP. M., and continued
a ecattericg fire np ta 3 P. M., when the firing
subsided. Our troops all behaved well; four
killed and twenty wonnded; of the wounded
was Captain Hanson, of the Indiana Regiment,
whose finger was amputitod immediately, and
he at ones resumed his command. Our gallant
troops, under Colonels Garrard and bchapt,
numbering three thousand, deemed their posi
tion entirely secure, and reinforcemets coming
np with a battery.
Camp Wild Cat is 40 miles beyond Camp
The Destruction of Property by the
We have before had occasion to refer to the
vandalism of the rebels, and to deplore that spe
cies of outrage and suicide which must inevita
bly tell severely upon the future prospects of
the South. We will say nothing about the loss
of life which has resulted from such atrocities
as tha burning of railway bridges, but merely
call attention to the great destruction of inter
nal improvements which has been going on.
Many millions wortb ot property nave thus Deen
demolished by tbe rude bands of the despoilcr.
What good is all this to do the South t or,
rather, what harm is it not to do 1 Tbe South
ern people seem blind to the fact that these de
stroyers of works of great public utility are tbe
greatest enemies they eould have. They are
not only spreading ruin over the land now, but
paving the 7 to ruin in tbe future, onips axa
not to be sunk, nor bridges burned, nor canal
locks and other property destroyed,, week alter
week, with impunity. The Southern and South
western people will bave to pay dearly for the
acts of tbe misguided instruments of rebellion
in heaping upon tbem so wantonly such a series
of losses and disasters, and they will ultimate
ly open their eyes to the fact that they lave
been the prey of a delusive monster, which
brought them only ruin and desolation. This
will be the awakening from the mad dream of
secession. N. i. Herald,
The Reported Death of Colonel Baker,
If we may credit the report, the United States
has sustained, in tbe late action near Leesburg
on the Potomao, the loss of one of its bravest
and most accomplished officers. We allude to
Colonel Baker, a United States Senator from
Oregon, formerly member of Congress from Il
linois, commanding a regiment of Californians
in the Pennsylvania service. Mr. Baker pos
sessed superior talents, and was justly revered
as an orator, statesman and scholar. He was
generous, warm hearted, patriotlo, gallant man.
kand bad apparently a bright future before bim.
lie was a native of England, but early emigrat
ed to Springfield, Illinois, and became one of s
coterie of men at that place who have sinoe fig
ured prominently in the history of the country,
among whom were Douglas, Lincoln, Hardin,
Uiaselt, Kicbardson ana others. : tie was an ar
dent Henry Clay Whig, and was chosen by that
party to represent tbe bprlneneld District In
Congress In 1844. Ue served gallantly in tbe
Mexioan War, resigning hia seat in Congress
to take part In it, and aiterward emigrated to
California, and then to Oregon, which State
laBt year elected him as one of her United
States Senators. He was a popular favorite,
and tbe news of bis death while valiantly lead
ing his regiment against tbe rebels, will Inspire
the severest regret and lamentation. Cin.Enq.
Correspondence of the Cincinnati Commercial.
From Parkersburg, Va.
PARKERSBURG, Oct. 22.
The rebels fled on tbe approach of Colonel
Richmond yesterday, ' His acouta captured for
ty rebels and twenty horses. The rebel force
was at least eix hundred atrong throughout
Wirt county a great many of whom had taken
tbe oatb. Heretofore they were too oowardly
to show themselves, but are sending their wives
to compromise with Col. Richmond. He re
fuses to listen to tbem until tbey give up a suffi
cient number of their leaders; he Jill then
think tbem sincere. There is no chance for a
battle, although the rebel force must bs larger
-07 The Washington 'correspondent of tbe
New York Port, writing on the 19th, says:
Col. McCook, of this city, was in the affair
of Bolivar Heights, this week. He was
knocked down by a spent cannon ball, but sus
talned do serious Injury. He is sixty years ot
age. His eon was killed at te battle of Stone
Bridge. i - , .
It seems diffloult to bave a fight anywhere, In
which this brave old gentleman, or one ol bis
many sons la not 'engaged. He is tbe father of
Gen. McCook, now commanding our forces on
the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, and of
Col. R. L. McCook, of the 9th Ohio Regiment,
now at the head of a brigade in Western Vir
ginia. Col. Geo. W. McCook, of Ohio, is also
a son of the old hero. .' ,
Colonel John A. Gurley.
1 The Washington correspondent of the Ppring
field (Mass.) Republican writes : ;.
" Hod. John A. Gurley, of Cincinnati, came
here last Week as a member of Fremont's staff
witb a demand on the Secretary ol the Treasu
ry for twelve millions of dollars far war expen
ses. The money -u fttf serif, and Jkfr Ourlef hu
disengaged himilf Jrom th faff of Fremont, in
trder that he might conory tt tht Qottrnment $omt
bit'Uigenct that tceulci b UempalxbU with hia
holdUg that poiUien. Tki$ it, of awn, again
th General." . .....
A Joke from Jefferson Davis.
Th National . InttMjenctr pays s delicate
eompllmeni to Jirrusoi EUvis. ,.lt appears
that a number 'of Marylanderi aojournlDg Id
Rlohmond, waited on tha so-called Fresldent
Davis, and begged htm to lend an army of lib
eration to that State to protoot their wives and
daughters from the outrages of Sicklis's brig
ade.' After saying that no outrages bad been
committed upon the wives" and daughters of
Maryland, the Intelligencer quaintly add:
Bat this Is not the point to which we wish to
Oill the attention ot our readers, bo muoh as to
the apparent faoetlousnefls of General Divls s
reply to this touching appeal, which reply wbj
bntHf and tersely as ioiiowb:
"I sympatDiae, gentlemen, wuu juu uu jwur
noble people. My heart bleeds at the accounts
wbicn I reoctvs or tue oruwi mrKj u, u
Federal army in the lower counties of your
State, out am rutrained by prineipk$ of high
political Mceuity from $edig on army io
Maryland, or inuoBJUy tr vutny mi w;ofeyn-
tu ol her IOU." . .. .
As uenerai jViYia ua never naa iuo rtuu
tion of a loker, we might suppose this declara
. I L.J ll . .
tion was meant to be accepted in all seriousness,
though when we take into consideration the con
venient relaxation he allowed himself to take
from the restraints Imposed by "principles of
high Dollttoal necessity" in the ease o. Missouri
and Kentucky, we are slightly tempted to arrive
at the conclusion that the army ot uenerai mo
Clellan helied the Confederate President to the
magnanimous resolve that be would not "Invade
or violate the sovereignty oi ins sou oi mary
European Powers in American Seas.
A private letter from Halifax gives a list of
British and French ships of war then, Oct. 10:h,
.in that port, or expected shortly to arrive, as
follows: Hteam Irlgtte Diadem, larger tnan me
old Beventv-fouis, carries lorty enormous Arm
strong rifled cannon, one hundred pounders and
e ohtv Dounders: ene is tnree inousnnq iuds,
eix hundred horse power, aud has six hundred
men. Frieale Ariadne, fifty one guns, ssme as
above: frisate Mersey, nity-one guns, bib nun
d red horse power, eight Dunarea men; irigate
Immortalite (new),htty-one guns, lust arrived
and reports more coming. At the head of the
fleet are the line-of battle ships Sc. George,
ninety guns, and Nile, nineiy guus, and smaller
vessels, the Jason, Firebrand, Gladiator, Spit
fire, Bull Dog, Racer, Barraconta, Steady,
Klnaldo, Challenger, Hydra, Cygnet and Cada-
mus and the Desperate. Also tour rrencb
ships of war, La Ftndre (Thunderbolt), s Del
lone, the French Admiral's ship; tbo Urge fili
ates Li Pronay and La Citlinat, and more ex
Death of Thomas Wildey, the Founder
of Odd Fellowship in the United
Thomas Wildcy, who died while seated at
the breakfast tabio at his residence in Balti
more, on Saturday morning, Oct. 19, was the
founder.of the Independent Order of Odd Fol
lows in the United States. The authentic ori
gin of tbe now flaurishiog Order may be consid
ered as dating Irom tbe xu:b or April, lsvj, at
which time was organized Washington Lodge
No. 1, wben was assembled, at Ibe "Seven
Stars" tavern In Second street, kept by William
Lupton, under a call from 1 nomas Wildey, the
following persona, who claimed to have been
Instituted in the Order in other places: Thorn ai
Wildey, John Welch, John Duncan, John
Cheatham, and Richard Ruabworth. It was
originally self-Instituted, and designed to op
erate according to tbe ancient usuges or tbe
Union or London Order, which piau was very
soon after abandoned, and the work changed to
that or tbe independent Urder, and under the
usages of this branch of the Order, it became
necessary to obt.il n a dispensation from some
competent authority, wbion antbority was obtain
ed through the Duke of York's Lodge in Preston,
England, during tbe latter part of 1819. Mr.
Wildey has filled every position of honor to the
gift of tbe members, and was the first Grand
Sire wben the Grand Lodge of tbe United States
Something That We Don't Like.
to bear charged that every
body who voted against the Union ticket is not
loyal to tbe government, first, because It is
not true, and, second, this kind of talk, from
the professed friends of the Government, puts
nope in tne rebels mat tbe auioyai element, bo
charged, in tbe JNorth, will more than ejmpa-
tnite witb them alter a time in fact encour
ages them to bold out. We think these oharges
ought to cease. There is a way of arousing
tbe patriotism of the people at tbe North, If it
la any way Dormant, without such a course.
The above is from an Ohio paper of Repnbli
can principles. It is sensible and manly.
coining ib so case, ana at tbe eame time eo
Impolitic, as to charge Democrats with being
peace-men, and Secessionist! Are tho people
of Pennsylvania, or tbe 150,000 Democrats of
Ohio, traitors or sympathizers with secession?
ibey are knaves wbo say it: and their knaverv
does more barm to the Union cause than aught
eiee. narruourgn (re.; rainoi ana union.
BT The proceedings in cases of seizures of
property made under tbe United States confij.
cation act are to be expedited by baving tbe ev
idence taken by the United States District At
torney, before tbe Collector or Surveyor of the
Port, and then transmitted to the Secretary of
the Treasury, who will give his decision
promptly. Tbe course heretofore pursued bae
been, to have the examination conducted before
the United States Commission and final adiu
dication made on a hearing before the Ualted
states Dlstrlot Uourt. ibis bas not only oo
oasloned great delay, bat bas involved an ex
penee for wharfage larger than the amount for
which tbe vessels seized could be sold. Tbe
contemplated change will apply only to cases of
connscation ana not to those ot prize.
Dtr Some large subscriptions to the national
loan bave been made la frovidence, Rhode Jul
and. Messrs. Brown & Ives subscribed for
$100,000; Alexander Duncan, Esq., $100,000;
A. D. & J. Y. Smith, $40,000; the trustees ot
estate of Thomas L. Haleey, $20,000.
A Todch or WiNTta. Tbe first frost of the
season occurred at tbe White Mountains on
Tuesday night. Tbe White Mountains bave
been capped with snow for some days. Oa
parts of the Mount Washington carriage road
the snow bas drifted three nd fonr feet in
deplb. ibe riven io tbe mountain districts
are now very low for tbe time of year, and
general thaw of tbe old and new enow is great
ly desired by those using the water power for
Death of Ex. Governor Woodbridge.
Hon. William Woodbridge, En-Governor of
Michigan, died at his residence in Detroit on
Sunday last. Governor Woodbridge was born
in-Hartford, Conn., In In'J, and was, therefore,
eighty-four years of age at tbe time of his
deatb. When only about ten years old, bis pa
rents removed to Marietta, Uhio, where be re
sided until 1816. He there received his educa
tion, and studied law, a profession in which he
arose to considerable distinction. He was Bev
eral times elected to the Ohio Legislature, and
became one of the leading, most prominent and
most nseful members, in lelo be removed to
Micbigao, and settled in Detroit, In which city
be resided until bis deatb. He held for several
years the office of Territorial Secretary In Mich
igan, was Uovernor or the state for two years,
aud in 1843 was elected to tbe United States
Death of Major Gavitt.
Oar satisfaction over the slenal victory ob
tained by the United Statss near Frederick -town,
Mo., where a large body of Confederates
bare been cut to pieces, is accompanied by Ibe
deepest regret at the loss of our brave troops
from Indiana, and particularly at the deatb of
those active officers, Major Gavitt and Captain
flyman. Major Oavitt was from Evansville,
and was recently Sheriff of Vandcrburg conn
ty. He was a prominent Democrat and a brave
and resolute msn, whose death will not be east.
Iv repaired.- He was a Doni;las delegate to tbe
Charleston Convention. Vin Enq
ET The New York Evening Post says that
tha Beoretarv of tbe Treasury has Informed tbe
committee of the Associated Bsnke there that
h hat received an offer frm foreign ttpitalittt
for one hundred milHont of dollart at tix and a
half per tent. ' This wal io answer, to Ibe prop
osition or tbe banks to regsre to tne seven per
cent, bonds, which he li authorized to Issue un
der sot of Congress.
Death of Major Gavitt. Headquarters Ohio Militia and Volunteer
QUARTERMASTER GENERAL'S OFFICE
COLUMBUS, Oct. 22, 1861.
As a multitude of loiters are received daily,
making Inquiries in regard t clothing and
blankets contributed far the benefit of the Ohio
troops in the setvioe of the United Slates, it is
deemed' proper to state, through the public
press, thai all contributions will be reoeived at
the State Warehouse, in Columbus, and as soon
as any considerable number Is reoeived, will be
sent In charge of a trusty messenger to, the
troops most in need. The contributions may be
sent to my addresa, at the expense of the State,
and the freight, V charged by transposition
companies, will be paid here,'' ' "'
For these contributions no charge will be
made to the soldiers who receive them.
So far at possible, and the necessities may in
dicate, the wishes of the donors will be carried
out in the distribution, but the State cannot f ur
nUh transportation to the numerous Bgentj of
benevolent associations all over the State, who
are desirous of entrusting tbe goods and distri
bution to somo one selected by themselves. The
great expense, as well as the liability of dupli
cating contributions and giving them to soldiers
who are already amply supplied, will at once
suggest itself to the public, and I trust all will
at once see the necessity of forwardiog their
I beg to add that, from all tbe information
we can obtain, it is hoped and believed that the
etatementsof destitution and suffering among
our eoldiers is, or hat been, exaggerated. Every
exertion is being made by the. officers .of tbe
Government to forward supplies to the troops
and but very le w instances of actual suffering
are now kuon.
I bavo already received liberal contributions,
aud shall make an Istue of them this week, and
in due time will make publio tbo donations
which have been received through thle Depart
GEO. B. WRIGHT,
Q. M. General, O.
07 The Richmond Enquirer positively con-
tr&dicts the statement heretofore received
through the Southern papers, that the tteamer
imhviiie bad run the blockade at Charleston,
and Bailed to Europe with Messrs. Mason and
Slidell, ax Ministers from the Confederate
Slates to England and France. Tbe Enquirer
sajs that Ibe Nashville is still in Charleston
harbor, and tbat she is not the vessel on which
Messrs. Mason and Slidell Balled by wbioh it
is implied mat tnese gentlemen are nevertne
less off to Europe.
TIT VIRTUE OF AN OH DEI OFNALE
X to ss dtrectsd from ths Oonrt of Common FltM of
franklin eonnur, Ohio, I will offer for sals at ths door
of tha Court Hoax, In ths cityot Columbus, on
Saturday, the 30th day of November, A. D.
at ons o'clock V. K , th follovlnt: detcritwd ml
estate, situate In the county of Franklin, State of
Ohiuand city of Colnmbus, to wiC'Ths east one-half of
the followiiiK premises, commencinr one nnndnd and
eighty-four (ft (184) west of tbesonihcast corner of out-
lot number (J thirty-lire, and being t psrt of said out
lot, al a stake, thence norib ons hundred aud slshlr-
oven and a half feet (187) to a stake, thence west
nfly-seren feet (57) to a sUke, tnence out flriy eersn
feet (57) to tbe place of beginning, all of which lines
and corners cowerer, must be understood as correspond
ing with those of the streets and alleys of the city of
Columbui aforesaid, being the east one-half of the above
described premises, and tbe same conveyed to tbe said
James South by said John Ecnnedy and wife by deed
of even date herewith,
Appraised at 8x75.
Printer's fees BS.U0 O-.W. HTJ?f MAM, BhsrIB.
ocw-dltwtd By Bd. Davis, Deputy.
WEBB 8ISTEH8 I
WEBB 8ISTEHS I
Thurssday Evening, Oct.24tli.
NEAR UNION DBPOT,
TERMS ONI DOLCAB PER DAT.
Cranberries I Cranberries!
OA BULK, CKANBEHBIESe IN GOOD
unvss, on consignment,
for sale low by
' WM. n. B8BTIEACX,
oetS3 100 south High Street.
riOOD ROiRDAPl.KIIlST Rflnffll
VX forelght or ten persona, can be bid by applying to
V. rAii tasun, no. lis Bourn rronl Blrset, between
State snd Town Street
Being but on square from the State Bonis, makes It a
uoairnme pmoa lor Business men,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
THE SCBSCRIBEII HAVING TAKEN
a lease on ths Store Boom
No. 11 East State St,
has opened It as an
Auction & Commission Room.
now prepared to receive on C ommlvslon every
description of properly, such as Dry Goods, Omceriee,
Liquors, furniture. Carriages, Horses, eto. He also
Intends to devote his attention to sales of Keal Bstate
and Personal Property, at any point, within twenty miles
oi uie cny .
Auction Sales Every Evening.
Consignments icipsclfully sollolted.
W. B. KBNT, Auctioneer.
VERY STYLISH STRIPED CLOTH
V BBAWIiB. lu new desirns at S3 00 Value ti OU
1.500 yards Buper Plain Mack Bilk at (1 00 -Value
i xa a yaia.
French Merinos, 2 X cents Value 87X ota a yard.
" 75 cents value 1 00 a yard.
BAIN se BON,
s:l10 ' No. W South High Street.
Columbus Wholesale Liquor Store
LACELLE ROSS & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DIALBBfl IN
Foreign and Domestic WInei, Brandiei,
' to. Ao. ' ALBO,
OLD RYE, MONONGAHELA k BOURBON
WHISKY. ,,V -
W ARtyiOCBE Afc'D yjICI, 321 tGCftt BIOS IT.,
. GTAIIUNG H ;
; C0LUMBU3, , OHIO.
Tuti neooLAit course of iec
TURKS In thla Institution will commence on
THURSDAY, thsMth at OOTOBIB, and continue an
til ths lit of lUrch, letil.
8. M. SMITH, M. D.,
! . Professor of Theory and Practice, and Dean.
FRANCIS CARTER, M. D ,
Prof, of Obstetrics Diseases of Women As Children.
JOHN DAWSON, M. D.,
Prof, of Anatomy and Physiology.
J. W. HAMILTON, M. D.,
Prof, of Burgery.
8. LOVING, M. D.,
Pref. Hat. Med., Thersp. It Med. Jurisprudence.
THE 6. O. WORMLEY, M. D.,
Prof, of Chemistry.
R. N. BARR, M. D.,
Demonstrator of 'Anatomy.
Tlokets for'all the Professors 00 00
Matrioolatlon Ticket (only paid ones) 5 00
Graduation fees '
Demonstration Bervlcee 00
Hoarding t't Io S3 per week, inoinding ngnt ana raei.
The Ollnlesl and Hospital advantages consist In ths
large and diversified College Olinlo and lbs Hospital of
the Franklin County Infirmary. Beside these, the two
Military Camps In Ihs neighborhood will bs accessible to
Mm, Ira I fUnrieuta.
All letters ol Inquiry will bs promptly answered, If
ootltd 8. M. BMITH, Dean,
Tbe Bust Artificial Help to the
Human hlglil ever Invented.
JOSEPH S. FERLEY,
PRACTICAL & SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN,
KEEPS THE LARGEST ASSORT,
merit of the moat Imnroved kinds of Spectacles.
All his Guuses, whether for near or far-sighted, are
ground In eoneavo convex ronn wltn tne greatest care,
aa aa to auit Ihe Bros of all cases, eurloa Weakness,
Ditaloeie or Inflammation of the JCyes, and Imparting
sirens th for long reading or Bns sewing.
Office, 13 Bast Btate street, at Seiner k Webster's
Domestic Cotton Goods.
BAIN & SON
"AFTER the) most Extensive Assort.
Brown and Bleached Cotton Flannels;
" " Muslins;
Bamsley Cotton Sheetings!
Select Styles of Calico's snd DeUlnes;
Tickings, Shirtings, Olnghams,
And Cotton Battings.
Also, Blinkets, flannels,
Oatslmerea, C Inak O loins, eto, etc.
Much below regular prices.
octIO 89 South High Street
TLAIN, PLAID, STRIPED efc TWILL.
X ED. Ihe most extenalve stock In lbs city. .
Army Woolen Bocks.
Kheker Hlbbed Socks.
Under Bbirts and Drawers.
Cotton and alerino books .
Golden Hill Shirts.
Oent'e Kid O loves.
Genl'e Linen Collars, Keck lies.
octIO No. S9 South Ulgh Street
PUIKfTED OTTOMAN HEPS,
Flain Ottoman Cloths;
Magenta end Black Check Talenclis;
Broche Konbaia Dress Goods;
Alexanders' Kid Cloves;
ttois Trail Hoop skirts.
Corsets. Hslr Note,
BAIN Jr. BOM,
cctlo No. 98 South High Street.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring lc Water 8ts.,
W. B. POTTS & CO.,
lad Manufacturers of Brass and Composition Castings,
finisbed Brass work of all Descriptions.
Electro Plating and Gilding!
STENCIL CUTTINC, &C.
YM. H. RESTIEAUX,
(8U0CI8SOR TO McKEB A KE3TIBATJX)
No. IOC, South High' Street
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
FLQUR, SALT, LIQUORS, ETC.
STORAGE & COMMISSION
Baltimore Clothing House.
IXJUS J oT" X3IjX73VC
sunnrac-rrgnti ko wnouuta ntaLtms is
No. 308 W, Baltimore-street,
(srrwaaw usaaTT an Bowaas,) '
A Large Assortment of Tlscs Bad rnxnlshtm
Goods Conitently oa Stttl
(Late of Phalon'l Establishment, N. T.J .
PROPRIETOR OF THE NEW TOBK
esblonable Sharing, Hair Cutting, Bhampsouing,
uurilng and Dressing Saloon, ,
South XXltth St over Bain'0 Store,
when satisfaction will bs given la all lbs vsrlous
Ladies' and Children's llglr Dressing dons la ths best
seplMlf . 4
HAS ilJST RECEIVED, AND WILL
bs In daily tecslpt, by Bxprses, of
FEESH CANJk KEQ 0YSTEBS, '
Ircm Baltlmors snd fak? Hams. r ' ,
Call st Wagner', Oystar and Frylt Depot, No, Sf
REPELLANT Ott. WATERPROOP
CLOAK CLOTHS. A Is, wtkst auks of Bprlng
0 leak Cloths. In all desirable mtxtsrae Blndlnir, Tes
ts Is snd Button! to autoh. BAIN os BOM,
prtlS Its. N South High stie
-NEW STQsHB. j
HEADLBY & EBEHLY
H ATI? REMOVED TO THEIR NEW
Hot. 250, and' 252 South High Btreef,
snd hare associated with themielves WM. RI0HAKD3,
sutues tns nrsn sf - -'r' - - .
. He adler, Eberly! b Kicha'rds, ( , ;
forming one ot ths latest Dry Goods Houses In Ihs
This Hons it constantly , recalling New Goods,
suohas ": ' "".r
NEVT BTYLeV Of" DRESS GOODS,
IRISH SILK AND WOOL POPLINS,"
" PLAIN AND FIGURED REPP OOOD3
. t , PLAIN AND FANCY BILKS.
Ths Ntwsst and Neatest styles of
Hamilton, Manchester and Pacific
' " Delaines ... :--.
In the City, can bt found at
HEADLEY, EBERLY St. RICHARDS. '
: ; Balmoral Skirts, ; ;
Id great variety, Just receired by" - " '"' , ,
HEADLEY, EBERLY & RICHARDS. '
ZEPHYR WORSTED3, ,
; GLOVES & U03IERY, ' '
LADIES' CLOTH CLOAKS,
Of the Newest Btyles.jusl reoeived, and also made to
order, by - ' ,, ; . ..'
HEADLEY, EBERLY & RICHARDS.
. ....... . I. -
,. A180: . r.
BHAWLS, ' CLOTHS, : '
MERIN0E8, , CASSIMEREfl,
rLAIDB, BILK A VELVET TESTINGS,
CHINTZ, . 6IIEETINOS,
MEBRIMA0 PBINTS, HOOP i KIHT8, '
COTTON CHAIN AND CARPET WAttPS.
. ThU Arm. harln adonted lbs Cash avstem In the Dor
Chase and sals of Goods, ars snabled to sell from IS to 80
percent, lest than other houses under tns credit system.
HEADLEY, EBEELY & BICHARDS,
.250 end 2S3.Soutl ftigh Street,
' ' rolnnifins, Oblo.
lOOl. " 1061.
, GREAT WESTERN
ITatlesi S 1st tea Express Ce., Prop'rt,
FAST FREIGHT LINE,
I Via Jlew York ti Erie Bailfoaa.Y
And all other Roads Leading West
and Southwest. ." '
.Chartered Cars over most Kotds on Passenger Trains.
H. H. UOVET, Af't.'i A. L. KNIOHT, Ag'f,
851 Broadway, N. T. S3 State ot., Boston.
j WM, H. PBRttT, Inperlntendent, Buffalo.
II. FITCH cV SON, Agents,
8T West Broad Street,
1 COLTJltl BITS, OHIO.
i MERCHANT TAILOR,
Ko. 220 So-atH Hieh Street. Three
TT A 8 Just received a eholcs stock of IALL AND
,tLl sjrr0D nAAfkQ SulttklA fne svakttt lsensn'n tBMsi
A. A. ' Tv AEl A Ja D VAlOt Hlisawav J nuasvaaea e
Customon will hT their orders neatly and iubiULtUl-
XatUl III th lOWOOl MbU.
' MRS, WINSLOW,
An experienced Nurse and Femals Physician, prosenU
to the attention ot mothers, her
SO0 THING SYRUP,
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING "
which greatly facilitates tho process of teething, by soft,
csilng the guess, reducing all Inflammation will allay
ALL PAIS andspaamodlo action, and Is
STJIIE TO IIEGCLATE THE BOWELS.
Depend upon. It, mothers, tt will give rest to yourselves
BSLIEr AHD EXALTH TO I0UB ISFAH18.
Ws havs put np and sold this article for over ten years,
and CAN BAT, IN OONBIDENOB AND TBDTH, of it,
what we have never been able to say of any other medi
cine NKVBtt BAS IT IAILBD, IN A B1NQLS IN8T
ANCB, TOBIIBOT A 0U KB, when timely used. Nov
er did we know an Instance of ditsallsfaetioa by any one
who used it. On the contrary, all are delighted with its
operations, and speak In sarins of oommendaUon of Its
magical eSeeta and medical virtues. Ws speak la this
matter "WHAT WB DO KNOW;" after ten years' sxpe
rience, AND PLEDOB OCB REPUTATION POK TUB
VULILLMBNTOt WHAT W HERB DEOLARB. In
almost svsry Instance where the Infant Is suffering from
pain and exhaustion, relief Will be found In fifteen or
twenty minutes after theDyrup It administered ,
1 This valuable preparation Is ths prescription of one of
the most EXPERIENCED and BKlLLfCL NUKXBs In
New England, and has been used with NBVL VAIIr
maBUCOKBSIn . v
THOUSANDS OF CASES. .
It not only relieves the ohtld from p-tin, but Invlgor.
a tea ths stomach and bowels, oorrscta acidity, and gives
tone and energy to ths whole system. It will almost in
ttantly relisvs '
os j:b i tex bowxls, aid wind colic
and overcome eonvaisioos, whloh, If not speedily remsi
died, end In death. We believe it ths Btbl and BUB
KBT REMEDY IN THB WORLD, In all canoe of DV
BNTERY and DIARR1102A IN CHILDREM, whsthoj
It arises from teething, or from any other causs. We
would say to svsry mother who has a ohlld suffering from
any of the foregoing oomplalntt DO NOT LET VODB
PREJUDICES NOH TUB PBBJDDIOE80I OIHBBA
Stand between you and your suffering child, and the re
lief that will be BCBB-yss, ABSOLUTELY 8URB-to
follow the use of this medicine, If timely used. lull di
rections for using will accompany each bottle. None
gennine unless Uie fas-timlls of CCRTIB A PBRKlNo,
New York, Is on the outside wrapper.
Bold by all Drnggitts tnrongnoui us worm.
Principal Office, 18 Cedar Street N.Y.
PRICE ONLY 85 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
WIIUAM He nESTIBAVX,
DEALER, 1 .;.
Groceries, . . ;
. Produce, " '
Foreign and Domestic Liquors, y
. Fruits, etc. etc., , v ". : '
"' , ..,-.r.-,..
HAS KEUOVED DX8 STORS IBOat -
N O. 34, NO RTH HIGH 8 TREE T,
j . . i (' 1 " ""''
,., .. '., . tO u- ; '" .'. '
U No.' iOCJ'Poutti'TiigliUiwi''
1 . .... . .1
Tbe old stand reosnliy ossspMI by'.WM. MoDOMAlO.
i . 1
j .ji'ia rtf U m dallr reoslpt of
NEW AND FRESH COODSi
Ctoesip fcfr CtMh i Cotry Freee
' ; v;:,r
JO Goods delivered to tjtr trad frts'or chargs.H
. BBOOanrEWDEO B7 TUB LATS
SIR .A8TLEY COOPER,
... Or LOHDOW. AKD
DR. VALENTINE MOTT
Of SIV TOKC
Tas eoksowlsdgsd Heads of ths Frofsssloa IB SltBvs
' The beat Dlnrotlo, Touio. and InvUrorant The
Piimt Eztrnot of the ITALIAN JUNIPEfl
BBLEHZ. The rarest and Most Costly (Jin Ex
tant. INDISPENSABLE TO FEMALES,
IIMVALUABLt IU 1 HE SICK,
INCOMPARABLE FOR THE AGED.
THE SAFEST AND MOST
DELICIOUS BEVERAGE IN THE WORLD.
For Bale, Pints tnl Qnarta, by everr
DrnfjKlBt, Grocer, or Country Merohant.
LOOK OOT FOB BOGUS
THB ONLY GENUINE ARTICLB IS -
CHARLES' LONDON CORDIAL DIN.
B. BALDWIN & CO.,
Importers, 91 Liberty Bt.,
. - NKVV YORK.
Bold In Columbui by
MoKEB A REBTIBAI7X,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers, Statesman Building.
O. A. WAONRR. and others.
In Cincinnati, by 8UIRB, ECKSTEIN A CO. ,
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
' NEWARK OHIO,
plannfactarera of all kind of Por
table and Mtationary Ntoani En
, gines, daw Mill, t.rlag mills,
lAJfXdb BODLSl Beattnt n. & I. BLAND YBeaienl
J. J. B. DVT ALL Beaten tit COLVMBVS
ItACniNTS CO. Dtattntl It BRADIORD
CO, Btatrnt till
Oar Portable Kogins and Saw Kill
Was awarded the first premium of $50 at the Indium,
Btate Fair for 1CC0 over Lane A Bo J ley's on account ol
Price, lightues9, simplicity, economy of Iuo)
and superior character of lumber Bawetl.
Oar Stationary Engine was awarded at tho same Fall
the first premium of I'JOO.
Our Portable Engine was awarded the fiist premium m
10l) at ths Fair at Memphis, Tenn., over Blandy's Uu
rail's, Columbus Machine Co s.. and Braiirord A Oo't.
by a committee of practical Railroad Engineers.
For price and terms address
WILL AUD WARNER, Treasurer,
decS-dAwlyeolt. Newark, Ohio
NEW OO AIi YAHD..
THE UNDERSIGNED KEFFS Cl,.
BTANTLY on hand and for sale, the best quality of
nOCKING GRATE COAL,
Which he will tell at the lowest m-irltct prices.
Call and exmine my Goal Klore purchasing olso
where. Office at tha itore of Er..dforJ, Buydam A Co., head
I) f. SUYDAM.
For Friuales Gcuci rtlljr. The Brandreth
Pills cannot be too highly tpok n of. They remove sll
obstructions, glrs energy aud strength; cure ths dis
tressing headache, unfortunately 19 prevalent with tbe
sex; depression ot spirits, dullness of tight, nervous
affectloni, blotches, pimples, tallowneii of the skin, are
removed, ard a Juvenile bloom and general iprijhtlintsi
Indicate the power and healthtulnett of BRANDRETil'S
PILLB. , .
Ladles, at delicate periods, will find them unrivaled;
they art ths best medicines for mothers and children,
snd curs worms and costlveness.
Let It bs remembered,-that BRANDRETU's PILLB
ars easy In their operation, snd yst unite mildness with
efficiency, snd require no alteration of diet during their
Mrt. Morgan, corner of ISth street and Union Square,
New York, wis dying, apparently, of CoxsrMFTioH.
She wal given np to die by her Physicians, and all her
friends, but after using BtAxnarrM's Pills for a few
weeks, tbs cough left her, and slit began to regain her
strength, and It now able to attend to her duties, and
feels sure of toon attalnlrg robust health.
Mrt. Wilson, of No. 31 Beach street, 'New York, has
eared Dyspepsia, Small Ptz, Measles, Dropsy and Ty
phus Fever, and all Headaches, and Bilious diseases,
with BAAMDtiTn's Pills, will be pleased to answer any
qnetttont. - .
Bold by Jobn R. Cook, Drunlst, Columbui, and by
all respectable dealers In medicines.
It an Infallible remedy for Fever and Ague. Ths ex
psrlence of many years, In almost every climate, provet
that where usea ,n itrlct accordance with ths direction!,
It hat rarely failed to ours, not only by breaking tbe
chifls, but by removing the morbid habit of tbe system,
preventing tho recurrence of tht disease.
FEVER AND AQUB, though not In.llself dangorous,
Is apt, unless speedily itmoved, to havs tuch apernl
clout effect on tht system, at to engender disorders much
mors baneful than Itself, ani) which not only render the
aftyr-llfs of the patleat miserable, bat ars In themielves
often fatal. A prompt aod effectual remedy is therefore
what It wanted, and as inch Da. D. Javxs's Aoos Mu
nis Is confidently recommended. For sale by Messrs.
Rousts A Bahuil, Columbus, and by. agents every
wfioxt). . .
HOW I0St,, BOW SSI0BO.,
Just Published In a Sealed Envelope; PrlcaBcls.t
A LECTURE ON THS NATURE, TREATMENT AND
RADICAL CURE OF BPKUUATORKUEA Or Seminal
Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Sexual Debility, and
Impediments to Marriage iieuerallly, Nervousness, Con
sumption, Epilepsy and Fits, Mental and Physical In
capacity, resulting from Belf-abuse, Ao. By Robert i.
OulTcrwell, M. D., author of the Oreea Book, Ao.
A noon to TUoneands of Sufloreras
Bent ander teal, In a plain envelope, to any address,
post paid, on receipt of two stamps, by Dr. CHAD.
J. O. KLINE, 1 Bowery, New York, Post Office Box
HoaAMI. . .sep7i3udkw '.
v Ths. following is aa extract from a
letter written by ths Rev.-1 t. Holme, paster ol fhe
Pierrepotnt-ttreet Baptisl ChurcH? Brooklyn, it, Y.,to.
tbe "Journal and Messenger," Cincinnati, O., sad speaks
Volumes In favor of that World-renowned medlolne, Mas.
WntsLow'i fcwrwrjrs Btsrf roa Cam TswnsmsH .
''We see an advortlsment fat yoow columns -of Mas
WntsLow'i Booruuta Baur. Now wt never said a wont
twfavor of a patent medloioe before In our lire, bntws,
tMl compelled to say to your readers that this Is ao hum .
bus ws siava TBiso rr, know rr wt H au, it
otxiara. It Is probably ons of tbs most turosttful DMd
tines of ths day, because It Is ons of ths best. And those
of yovur readers who havs babies saa't do better than
toy tne supply.". ootrMyd
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