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All notices requires to be published inr law. bnlnb
Korilavd on the lnglritealuilvelyafrth Brat week
r n. morn man tne anovo rates; but all mob wll
ap;ear lo the Trl-Weekly without charge. . '
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BUSINESSriOARDS:
. .-.. F.i A. B. j 8IMXIK8
Attorney at Law
. W NOTARY PUBUq. yrj
0(Htj4Ampo irijlWInd,- otpoilta Capitol' Square
00LUHBUB, OHIO!
Attorney & Counsellor' at Law,
MAHI0N,0HI0.
)apoooe.aeA
:
. MAJtoraoTCREii or
STEAM ENGINES; & BOILERS,
' CMtlaga, ElU-eaarlag, Kaablawy, :v-h
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o itht Dnotimw."'
1 '' coirnmjs, oiaio.
OUAB. AM BOB, Bbp'i p. AMB08, Trtat.
1861.
Summer Arrangements.--Time.
Summer Arrangements.--Time. Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND. COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
1 4j a ff tJPfi'lifiJ1
RAILROAD.
Cocneetlsi at CreiUlnt with tht FIIISBUBOH, II.
WAYNB 4; CBI01Q0 RAILEOAD
Ibr Pitttburgh, PkilaMyliia and SalUmers. Mso
or Fort Wayn and OUeatn.
CosDCotlng at OltTtbuid with tht LAJCJ gnOKB RAIL'
- " " BOAS '
For Dunkirk, llnrralo, Albany, Boa-
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
EXCEPT SUNDAY, '
From Oolumbua, in eeaneotlon with Train, on tht
aiaai.K, jrtiAini AND COLTJirtBUS
uaiLHUAlls
flilSX TRAIN. "- '
NIOUT KXPRK?8. Learee Colmnboi at 3.40 A, M :
will leave paaaeDgen at all itatlona aonth of Oaliun,
etop at Delaware, Aahley, Cardicgton and Oilead, and
at allitallona north of Gallon, arrlrlng at Olertland
at B OO A. M., Dunkirk 3;00 . M., BuBalo 4 25 P. M.
Altany 1.80 A. ., New York 8:S5 A. M., Boaton S:30
Ureetlina W P,U, Phlladel
hit 5:10 A, Ml, Chicago Tla Oreatllne at 7 IK) P. M.
t BKCOiiD TBAIN.
NliU YORK XPR38 Ltaret Colnmboi at 11:10
a. m. nui atop atLewli Centre, (ror WUitt Sulphur
(Spring,), Delaware, Oardiugtou, Oalion, Cre,tUoe,Bhei
by, New Loudon, Wellington and Grafton, arrirt at
Ulevaland at 3:35 p. m. Dunkirk, b:So p. m.; Buf
alo, lOiSS p. a ; Albany, b: a. m.i New Yoik, 1:45
p.m.; lkaton, 4:40 p. m. Thia Train aonneetaat Shel
by for Banduaky, and at QJafton for Toledo, arrlTing at
Toledo at 0:40 p. m. - --
THIRD TBAIN.
MAIL AND AO CO1111ODATI0N Leavet Ooluaibae
at tf.30 p. n; Will atop at all atatlont Booth of
Shelby, and at New London, Wellington, Grafton,
and Berea; arriving at Olerelasd at (:) p. m ; Dun
kirk, 8:00a. m. Buffalo, 30a m.j Albany, BO p.m.;
NewYork. 7bM)p. m.; Boaton, 11:45 p.m.: Pltuburgli,
iaCraine.at 11:55 p. m. Philadelphia, 1:00 a. m.,
Chicago, . Crtttlint, 0H5 a. B. . Thu Train connect
at r-helby for Banduaky and Toledo. arrlTiDg at Toledo
at 8:55 p. m.
Patent Sleeping Cari 'are'rtm on all
NightTraini to Chicago, If ew
r". r York and Boiton. r
Baogag (Jhecktd Through Fan Tort and iotton
cfo Htvtiand; alto, to Philadelphia and
Htw lorktla OrttUint.
.RETURNING.:-;
Night Krpreea arriret atColumboj at.. . 11:15 P, U.
Cfawinnatl Jaxpreaa arrirea at Colnmboi at 10:50 A. M.
AocoaamodaUon Caprtaa arriTttat Columbui at 7:50
M. . . (, ,
n by any other Iloute.
j'" 'ifr TicltU via, CrttMne or Ondani, " J-
,- ' S.aUIUNT, ,' 'T-
Superintendent, Olcrtland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTERSON. Agent,
vmini, Ohio,
Oolumbua, June 17, 1&01.
e
,
. iutt IUot.ya.1
100
Ht. Cn GREEN and BLACK
Tt-AB 1O0 baga prima Bio Oonee.
1 AO pocket old Dutch Government Java Ooffet. . .
19 bags Ceylon gone. i r .. I
SOOBblt. ttandard White Bngara, oonalatlng of Stw
dred, Ohraahed, Granulated A and B OoCea.
SO qalntala Gaorgt Bank Oodflih. -
SO bbla. Una and No. Mackerel, "j j.
' 5 tea. Pick Salmon. , t . s ,
100 bx. Layer Maialna. . . Mh!t -. . , i
BO hf. box do.,, do,, .j,,-,., (.;.;..'
100 qr. box do." da . ' . -.tt.
100 M Cigara, different brtndl and gnulea. ' ,
Miff, - , ,., .,. ,; ,;. . , WM. HoDONlLD.,
..-7 hi mm mm mm I
And . Blank-Book EanoJanturer,,' . '
XOXTH HIGH KTRZR, C0LUXBUB, OHIO
arll-dlf1 --' - ."
.Re4 tWWtc:and.:Bltte a x:
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OALSC'OSff,
KIBBO..S
NECK II ES
Jwtjte4hr '''J ?x rn 5 'i:xx Mt"3i
apiSJ..,
..,-(, No. SO Soalk High ttratl. 1
a new uoor ikibt,
o. w, soutf jam 1
Hava Inrt iearv4 It Mw fnaM af "BOOP BKIRTI
nkhtd la Buoumi far nptrtor M ut yeLltuotd
"dusabilitt AW'cdfenTtax5!
':-ivT Jt""t.l-flrftl fHIiil Ixmumul
'owawu wla9 aor iwi HtH
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WORCESTER'S
Xh9m?ate,tThe Iwfeit-The Beit,
jruuiiqeR JBoekua the Beit,
Tbt) not Rllabi
ret ft m i
tadard Au
thorlty of ttao Engllab Langnag
i Sim JTtmdrtd Emintml Educator of Ohio,
""H.BJ?B8T "fflW DIOTIPSABY JtlTANT."
trary Mtn PctrfUt
'Htia are upwardj of a Hundred Thouaand Worda,
,.? ""U(krloM Mnlnn and derlTationa, tocather
aH Ibaf th 7rlUB' proanntlatie u art oaaarly
lit ,' :(MnoiatiOtrotai?L
MtadtktDioklon of tht Mmitrt'of thi Ohio BtaU
utaontrt AMooiuuon.
- The anolenrirned.
AaaodaUon, adopt and aim to oat la teaching, writing
uie orinograpny ana pronanoiaUon of
Worotatar'a ltoyal Quarto Dictionary, and wa moat cor
dially reooanneaMl H M ih, mi.ki
Ihttlty of the In. lUh inim, i, t. ... ,,.
poaiK AwDKawa Prttldtnt Ktnyon Oollece.
X" i"""! paetottndent Zaaearillt Bchoola.
J," rr. juaayar, Bup't Haaailon Union Bchoola,
M. W. Oownaat, Bup't Pttbim Bchoola, Sanduak,
w (.Tina, aon't Public Bchoola,' OlrcItTlllt. "
B. H. Baafoas. PrlnHnil OunnlnA Vm.la Rmrina.
War. llITCHat.t Rnn'tVnhlU ft-kAAla l TT-I
Hfow,aoaii,rUipal Stat NaaA.'Bck.Mlniia-
,w naaoJb rrtnaipal 'Murta iManukaaat BahaM,
vuv-izim.
H. B. UaaTnt, Bup't Canton Union Bchoola.
Inarm Haaal. Prtnoiual HsNeal Hormal School.
Bu T. Tarraa, Prof. Matbeaiatlca, Ohio UnWtralty.
WH, W. XnWAtBt, Bup't Troy Pnlon School. ; i .
M i V
land.
B. A.VoaTOII. AaaaiataPrbi Bl.h Ri-lutnL nu
HUH ... .
Saaopou StnuM,
Principal High School, Oltra
land
DUft . ., . . ... , .
B. I. Sraiai-a. PrtnHnal lmlanii TnatltaU." (
J. A, daaruLD. PreaWant of Kleetln Inatlrnta. fit
tony-- f-v.-i-T -TTT---
W. L. Haaaia. Prof, of Ohenlatrw. Ohln Wnlam
Onlvwralty.
H. H. Babkit, Ix-CoaunUtioner of Common Bchoola,
yuiu, " - ......
JaKta Mom oa, Prof. Rhetoric-, Oberlm College.
Taoa. Hux, Praaident Antlooh Oollere.
O.' W. H. Ciraiua... Inf. la.thn.Un ni-h
School, Dayton.
B. . ninatin... ew. T - tti- a.i
B. al. Satan, gup't Union Bohoole, Aihland.
llor than Sim Vita fyju.
91, Proftuort, Author and PUtinguUhtA JRkun-
m,MinaHgrHaiMOTNIMWMM, " - "
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN1 OHIO.
VaitTTA Couxaa "Tt hl a'mnAtit vnrV.
ta honor to tht author, tha bllhar. uid lha whnla
wuuuy. - rnaratni Anurawa.
01 WrwtTraiTV..Tt
uuua. t wui mv aiiiiMi in aruAmnM and nmnnn.
nation, and will often bt eonaulted by me for lta neat
ana aoourata oetumioaa." Prtaldtnt Thompaon.-' -
W. ML. ttaarmn flnir "TlantafmaM Km nl
Webeter't orthography. At a recent meeting of . our
Faculty, it waa decided to ehanaa It to i that
of Worceater'i Boyal Quarto DlcUonary.'! Pratldant
mimmu. .. ',.,.Tf''''fi"i,1;v:":il
Wama Bxtnn Ootxiaa Bud fa amrthw of
appr-wuoii.' -rraemnt -lUC-Ooca. ; ,,(.,,,;
OMam OoLUaa. It uira i .
Uona. I recouend it aa tha . .nihnritw in
orthoepy to my children and my puplla." Preeldent
Korgaa. !-lw . v .: : vrii ei .r
AwTTOOa OMaa. adantand atm t naa la .
lag, writing and epaaklng, tht orthography and pronua
ejalon of Woroeater'a jloyal Quarto DloUonary."
rmumi nui ,
"In all Bl Vritlnw. !. an 4 hln. T hava a,
dtarored to conform to tht ralat for trthography and
pronunomuon at ooniatnea io wofoaatera Dwuonary.'
Horace Mann, lata Pmldent (. j d , ) ;
KiHToa Ootxaoa. 0Maua. 'Imoatmrdlallw fcoom.
mond It at tht moat reliable itaadard aathorit of the
Bnallah lanaruaoaaa It la now writtan and mflkan."
isaiuent Asaiewe. .
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO
from Sow. Anton Smyth, Oommittiontr of Common
0MOOW M fJUO. ,
"Tha Dlctlonarr la an ImDerlahabla monument ta the
learning at d Induitryof tta author, and an honor to the
worm oi leiaera. ine mtenanical axaeatloa la far tupa-
Ho. to tha, f .n fi.ln I,K .L.h -"
iqualntad." .
xrom uon. u. u. nanny, jtt-vomamuonar of
School in Ohio. . : f
"Tha moat rellablt itanlard authority of tht lan
ra." . . (
waai a ... '
Tit rllng Nw opctpexw-of Ohio Bay.
from th CUvoiand Herald of March 28. .
Tha orthography of tha Woroeater Dictionary It that
need by moat, If not all authora ol dlatlnotlon In thia
country and England, and eonforau to tht general oaagt
of ordinary writer and epaaken. -
Whataeer prejudlcae may hart txiated preriouily, a
careful atudy of thia rolume will taTtrlably be followed
by a warm appreciation of Ita great marita, and a daalrt
to add It to th well aaltettd library, bt it large or imall,
It la a library lnlteelf, and will ramala aa . mperiiha
bit record of thtlearnlng of lUtomplltr.1 . 1
Jrom th Cincinnati Oommtrcial of April SO.
Here art opwarda of a hundred thoaaaad wordagood.
bad and Indifferent whoet multlfarioua maaninga and
deriratlont, together with their correot epalling and pro
nunciation, art tat clearly befort tha tye. Tht work la
anqueationably tht grtatett Theeaorua ot Xngllah Worda
rer publlehed.
Iron tht Cltvttond Flaindtaltr oftitpt. 20, 1860.
Bridently Woacama'a Royal Qoaaro DionoiuaT it
not onlf tht but, out tht Bear eor of th tend er it
ttifd.andoan by do poniblllty aufler by ootnpariaon or
oontroTtny . , - .- -.; h -v s- . i-i
Jrom th ToUio Mad of May 29.
Aa to ntoxuMCUTioM. Woaoarm I thi tn amao
followed by our beet authora; in definitions bt leaves
nothing to be detlrtd. and in 0".thooa--t it la iUlfioltBl
to tay that Woacarriot can bt aafciy folloared.
INGHAIV BRAGG,
Pnbliabera, BookaelUra Stationer a.
NO. 191 BUFXBI0B ST CMYILAND, OHIO. ,
aaatt ' - -' f ' ' ' ' '
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of -
2To -vvzwlx., ZNT. T.
Dlrldend January 1, t86 1, 43 Par Cent.
A88ET8....v.i.l...!.......:......v3J13J5a SO.
Statement January 1, 1861,
Balanca, par itattrntnt Jan. 1st, 1860 13,406,58 39
Beoelred for Premluma dur ' ,..
lng tha ytar 10 $763.0.3 55
Btotlrtd for Interest during . ,
, tha year I860 IU,0U 19 :
Total receipts for I860..,. 1977.067 74 . ,T t, ,!
Paid Olalma by Dtath,S07,050 00
Paid Polioiea surren
dered 41,111 89 -
Paid Salaries, Poit
agt, Taxta, Jlx- -- i
change, eto 31,620 54
Paid Commissions to 1 " "".!.:'
Agentt 51,325 30 ,
Paid Physicians' fees. 6,sm 75 -
Paid Annul ties. - i J17 00 . t
Paid Dividend! dur- ' ' '
lng the year .V.I06,500 75 585,161 i 411,971 14
Net Balance .Tannery itt.' 1861.... . ...13,818,558 50
i ABSBTV.'
Cash on hnd.V..V......... M62S4 1b'':'; ' '
Bonds and Mortgages on Real V '.. - '' I t
Batata, worth double tht " :i e-A! iff-
amount loaned........... 132741 BB
Pramium Notaa, on PoUoieg JZ.Z "r"
In force, only drawing 6 per '
cent. lntarttt......... 179.884 Tr' t.ti (?'
Baal Bstate w 893 87
Loans aa Strip. i (,93144
Premiama, Notts and Oath, la v'n
tonntof transmission.... 4341 75
) Total Astttt I .WSMW
8TS PoVloiet la hroa, tosnrtng.. ....taBje.sai
1,435 atw Pslldeahara beta lasaad during tha year.
After a tarafnl ealcalatloa of the present valnt of tht
eatatandlng Poltcieeof th Company, and having tht
MttMory aaaetml la re serve thtrtftw, tha Mraaton
hava declared a DiviDaxaof 45 paroant. on tha Prtml
aais paid at the table ntlaa, to aU polMee br Ufa U faroa,
laaaad prior lo January 1, 1860, payatto awarding a Use
present rala of th Oompaay.
Bataa for all kinds tf Lift OotrttBganelet, ProapaeV
aees, Statements, and ApplltaUoaa, wlU ha-fnnalahed
mm oust, at the Offiot tr Agencita oft tht Com-.
u B0BT. It. ATTBBSON, Preaideot. ,
..'-J.1" O.OB0YIB,YktPrtakltat,
SINJ. 0. MELLBa, BeoreUry. H
V!. a;,,Ma.l,r?W, Jgrnt, .
-ii--,.c.f as v iahnaon Block, ., , ,
lfKja, 18KU wVt v,,...) . Oolortaa,0..,.
Pi i a tt'Jk n 'Jd vigcbed black
DBB8B SIUOB, ever? grade. TbS most etlaot
aattrtmtait fa the aiy. and at awatitawMaM rate. ,
I .-Mum tit. ui 1 - li Aso..-I
fswUS . B. Ip oaU HlghJiem i
f .wttue WDaafM s3ti9
.ipoTPeTW . .w ,.-
j .v I , . ; T i: . j mi ,i .
Ay.eis$.
- V f id ;:; t:fi ;iiw 'f
A tommjund fetnedv. Bedimed to be the most
effeotul; tUeratiy. tbaj .)n,-b ma4. ,1 -is
t coofientrated, extract of Jara BorsaparlH4
so omDtnea 'witu ''Other ' tnbMancM 'et tm
greater alterative power aa to afford an eflec
tin antidcta for tkc diteatef Saraaparill is
reputed-to euro, i It i beliartd thaf pch '
rsfnedy i!i wantsd .'bj' bse ' wHo snffe. fr.m
Strumoua oitiplaintN and tjia ope whlcli iVill
accomplish their euro must prove of immense
acrrice to this large class of out pfllicted fallow.
citizens.', How completely this compound will
jdo it has keen proven by .experiment on many
of th worst eases to be found of the following
'complaints: ,r .Ah, - .w wi
I . gcUOrULA.AND SOBOtvlOOa i CuII'-4INT,
EavmoNs Mp Erupitvi Disbascs, Ulcbbs,
Pijrew, ;5OTOHEf,' Toiiois, Saiit BrnnJir,
;Stti.IIsp,1 SrpBtus anp Svnnuno Ap
sections, Mbkccbial Disease, Diiopsy, Nbu.
ItAWiA iiTioDocLounsnt, Debility, D-
SP8IA t IWDIOBHTION, ERTSI. ELAft, ' Ros
jolt Br.' AlmiSifT. J"tt,' and Indeed the whole
class of complaints arising ircan Iirp.uiTY o.
h Il6op. ;; , '; . ' ,' .
I ITftia .ompouna ,tvill ieounj'i greafpr.
motor of health, when taken hi flio apring, to
expel the foul humors which fester in ,h
blood at thltt 4eifs6n of tha vea...-D.tthctime.
ly expuMoaof tlien'xnany jsnldiiitiiiordcrs
are nipped, in. the-bud.., Multitudes can, by
Itha-aid of. this, remedy, spar iharaaelvc fsom
the endurance of tool eruptions and ulcerous
'sores, through which the system will sthva to
rul. itseir of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this tlirough tlia natural channels of ths body
br on alterntiYO medicine. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
.bursting uu-ougb the akin m pimples, eruptions.
'or sores; cleanse it when you And it is ob
structed ana sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it
whenever it is lonl, and your feelings will tell
you When. ' Even Where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and lire
longer, for cleansing the, blood. ' Keep the
blood healthy, and all Is well ; but with this
pabulum of H0 disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong; and the great machinery c2
me is oisoTaerea or overthrown.
1 barsapanlla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the ..world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtus that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but littla of the virtue of Sarsaparilia,
or any thing else, v: ." t -
During late years the public havo been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of SarsanarUla for ona dollar. - Mo ,t
,of tlieso have been .frauds upon, tho eiclc, for
they not only contain little, It any, Earsapa
Iriila, but often no curative properties whatev
er, ilence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts of
Sortaparilla which flood the market, until tho
'name itself is justly despised, and has become
isynonvmous with imposition and cheat, btill
wo call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to Supply such a remedy as shall rescue the
name from the load of obloquy .which rot;U
upon it. T. And wo think we nave ground for
helteving ft has virtues which are irresistible
In' the ordinary run of tho diseases It is intend.
ca to cure. In order to secure thar complete
eradication from the system, ths remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
the bottlo. - .x j j. ..
PREPARED
DR, J. AYE II & CO.
LOWELL. MASS. ;
Prle. Al per Bottle Six Bottles for $9.
'Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself attoh a renown for the aire of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
evidence of ita virtues, wherever it hus been em
ployed. As it has long been in constant use
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure the people ita quality is kept up to the best
it ever hits been, and that it may be relied on to
do for their relief all it has over been found to do.
"AyerY Cathartic Pills,
ron THE ctriiE op '
Costivmcss, JtiumUc!, Dyspepsia, IiuVgnlion,
Dyientery, Font Stomach, Erysipelas, Headache,
Putt, Khatmatum: Erttntumt and Skin Diseases,
Livtt Complaint, Dropsy, Teller, Tumori and
Salt :Hliestm,- Worms, ' Caul, Netrralgia, a it
Dinner PiU, and for Pwifyina tho Blood. - ' i
' They are engnr-conted, so that th most aerun- I
ttve can take thenv pleasantly, and they are tho j
best aperient in the world for all the purposes of a.
fcimily physic. . . ...
Frios 25 cents per Box ;' Tiro uoijj for ftl 00.
Great numbers of Clergymen , Ph vsfci ;tri i, S ta t ? 3-'
men, and eminent personages, Jinve lent tiir-ir
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our spaco here will not permit Hie
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur-,
nijh. gratis our Amrkican Almanac in which they
are Riven r with also full descriptions of the above
eomplaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed lor their cure. ' '" -'tf.t
Co not tie nut olf by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make moro profit on.
Demand AvKii'a, and take no others. The H;
want the best aid there is for them", and tliey iliutiM
nave it.' t ' a n-'.i. ' . t
All our remedies are'for sale hy y.
. - . . BOBBBTB A BAMD1L. Oolumbua.
And by Druggists and Dealers everywhere. ,
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NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
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[Editorial Correspondence of the Albany Evening
Journal]
WASHINGTON, Oct. 26, 1861.
cannot 000 sealed or Sealed tbat
General Fremont's eondnct In Mlasoorl bas
been the subject of offlolal inquiry, and Is aow
tbs occasion of Executive deliberation, and of
popular solicitude, I tiave made It my baelaess
to obtain, iron various bat relUble sources, In
formation from wblct) the people, as uiors,may
safely ro9er a verdicl.
1 In coming, at I have, to a eonclusloii unfavor
ably to General Fremont, It is sosroal; need-'
ful to say thai I had, in doing so, to Voocqoer''
maty "prtjadioes,". 1 My relations' with Gen
eral Fremont bavs been intimate and pleasant.
I believe bltn fmlnehily upright and pauiotio
I thought hiui well fitted lor the high command
with which be was invested; and be went forth
will my heartfelt aspirations that ha would
rentier good Stl7iiL.oiir,oountry and win glory
for himseW.i ,i f. v ti .....(.,..! .
3 Passing math that might be said, impaojn
iog the nense and ta.te ot General Fremont, and
couflalng mj.elf to accusaiioos undeniably true,
I submit to the renders of. the Journal tome
facts which will show them bow lameutably
a favored General disappoints the popular ex
pedition: : ,1 '.,
Wben General Fremont reached St. Loots
be t.ok ss bis headquarters, house for which
the Government Is paying gix thousand dollars
year. . v, n
He surrounded himself with a numerous staff,
none of whom were residents of Missouri; or
ganizing, simultaneously, a body guard consist
ing oi nearly three hundred horsemen, through
which acoets to tbs Cbiei Is as difficult as the
approach to a monarch in the darkest ages ol
despotism.
He bas appointed and commissioned, without
the shadow of authority, more than fifty officers,
w'th the rank of Colonel, Lieut.-Colonel, Major,
Captsin, etc., etc.. CoL Andrews, the United
Stites Paymaster was required to pay these of
ficers, and upon bis relusal to do so, wss threat
ened with imprisonment. He was also direoted
to make an illegal transfer of $100,000. - .
The officers belonging to Gen. Fremont's
staff ore intereited In army contracts. Cspt.
Hatkall, an aid, is a partner of CoL Degraf in
mole, bay and other contracts. -
Capt. Turnly, a United States Comminsary,
was ordered to receive and pty exorbitant prices
for inferior mules from Capt. Haakall, and upon
protcstiog sgain.t this wrong, was ordered
away from the post by Gen. Fremont. '
Capt. E. M. Davis, of Gen.' Fremont's staff,
received a contract for blankets, wbiob, on de
livery, proved rotten and worthless, and though
condemned, acre paid lor and seat to the hos
pitals. The mutkets purchased by Gen. Fremont in
France, are worthless.
After Geo. Meigs limited the price to be paid
for oats at thirty cents, corn at twenty-eight
cents, and hay at $17 50, a contract wa made
with fi-ird it Palmer (Palmer, Cook dt. Co., of
California notoriety), at tbtaty-threa cents for
oats, thirty lor corn, and $19 for bay, amount,
log, in the aggregate, to $100,003.
Gen. Fremont, on his arrival at St. Loiits,
was met by the Aid of Geo. Lyon, accompanied
by MaJ. Phelps, M. C, asking for reinforce
ments, which were not sent. -
The Indebtedness of the Quartermaster's De
partment, lor Gen. Fremont's command. la over
ftur milium and a half! . .
i This disastrous condition of things is attrib
utable to the "malign Influence", of Caltfoml
ans with whom Gen. Fremont beoame unfortu
nately connected in miclotr operation,' and
who harried from the Pacific on learning that
be was entrusted with high military command.
These ill-omened men, some or aU of whom
left a dark record in California, seemed to
have obtained either a voluntary or constrained
control of the Quartermaster and Commissary
Departments oi Gen. Fremont's Military Dis
trict, roe results ana consequences are- fatal
alike to the interests or toe country and . the
usefulness and reputation 'oi the Commanding
General. Tbey impeach either his bead: or his
heart, and so far as be is practically concerned,
it is not material which, tor whether wicked
or a weak General, be 13 nufitted for so great a
trust. " . ' '' " " "
i Nor are these faults, grave as they sre, the
only ones to which be is obnoxious. The war Is
being prosecuted by tho army under his com
mind in a way which recalls and deepens tbe
horrors of Vandalism, withoat ' conquering
traitors, he Is converting union men Into ene
mies. Ills line of match Is marked and mem
orised by spoliations and ravages which diagracs
an age of ctvilicition-; We have a letter dated
"TiDton. Mo.. Oct. 17th." from an inutlisnt.
observing, trotbful friend, from which ws take
the followinsr extract: .
From Tipton to Warsaw the maroh wss one
continuous devastation, without the least regard
for principles or antecedents, uae Union man
who had kept fire sons from iolnicr the seces
sion forces, bad bis place literally gutted, the
men or AaDoiU's ana Bigers aivisions killed, on
bis farm alone, forty sheep, three cows, two
steers, and stealing eight horses. The eavalry
galloped over prairies lassoing mules, and
ebootlne oxeo, sheep and bosrs, then chocked
them Into tneir already overloaded wagons
There is scarcely a reatnered biped left within
fire miles on eitner side ot tneir march 1 not a
whole looking-glass or an nnrifled bureau, or
blanket that bas not been seized. For all this
there is no excuse, tbe army having an abund
ance of provisions and stores.
"The army bas now reached Warsaw, and
cm advanct no fitrthtr and niveb was intended
to advance ruMHEB, . Prioo and his army are
to-day more loan seventy mnes anead or oars.
Fremont does not expect and never did expect
to overtake mm.
"Let the lesst disaster bsppen to ns In Croat,
and not a man will ever return to tell ns tbe
gtory for we shall leave behind ns a maddened,
beegtred, famishing, fretsied population, In
which those wbo were Union men ten dsys ago,
are to day our most otner enemies."
Snob, lioense adds horrors to tbe legitimate
and unavoidable evils of war. An army that
leaves such remembrances along its lino of
march will be forever execrated.
It is sad to record these things of a youthfal
General Irout whose career the country looked
lor heroism tempered wits humanity, urn
high as our hopes were or Uen. rremont, we
oannot afford, when- whether from fault or
misfortune so muob depends on tbe wisdom
and Integrity of Generals, to be deceived. . I
am, by tht tores of evidenoe which cannot be
resisted, constrained to , admit tbat be has
signally failed to discharge, with usefulness to
tho country or credit to himself, the duties of
bis station.
I would cladly turn from this painful theme.
were it permitted, to a more cheerful one. But
we are oppressed oy a iresn calamity, me
battle of Ball's Bluff, like that at Bali Run,
was a defeat and blunder. Tbs at ft at, where
two thousand troops, with all the conditions and
surroundings against them engaged four thou
sand was unavoidable. Of the blundtr I wiU
not speak, because I do not yet know wbo Is
responsible for It. -To those wbo were in tbe
battle, whether they survive, or "sleep their
last sleep," nothing but honor and gratitude is
I was with the President last evening wben
the brother, son and nephew of tbe lata Colonel
Biker, Who were wtiu mm, called to snow bis
orders. . These otders were on his person, and
were crimstiiel and consecrated by his blord.
Though the blosd partially effaces the order,
enough is vl.ibls to vinaioate bis memory, it
Is sufficient to say that tbe orders were clear
and explioit, and that tbey were gallantry, gen
erously and lUertUf obeyed-. Colonel Biker,
with inadeonate moans of transportation, went
to tbe rescue of sis hundred Spartans who were
engaged with an enemy four thousand Strong.
From New Orleans and Santa Rosa, ws have
il ihtniii-anna -of a more ebeerioB character -r
1 ." rr.m . . -.ita .
W;rB! Wr"ai wuyv...y"
Tea aeob dJ 4. ssMikD c'xoh
.tm ?tn tjto js.-) .!mml
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u vwaiug .oeiaoeeiess ursyiowo,. pabllsbM o V
lying aispatob. Xlis pretended vlotory over oar
biockadiogsquadron wu a poor, obeap falsehood.
wro.in rerara to toe attaoa noon Col. Wll.
soo's Zooavss, near rest Pickens. - ThU pre-
lenaed victory was a noaltiva daf.aL. . 1. , .
: Of ths naval expedition I am not at Ubortr to
speak. - - " '
We nSVS an Immense, raaaonahfr1 wll rintiu
pea, and highly disciplined sway, slretebior
along tbe Hoe of the Potomao river. , It nnat
remain long inactive. Let ns bone that f n.
tuts successes mSy retrieve past disasters.'
WASHINGTON, Oct. 26, 1861. T. W.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 26, 1861. T. W. How and Army Moves.
There are a great many thlnm hIila man
and guns essential to an armvt and tha mm.
mender, about to lead an arm in a hnattla
country, first sset tbat the commissariat la well
provided with provisions, that thara are amnla
means of transportation, and tbat there la a re.
serve 01 ammunition and clothing, and a good
supply of hospital stores and medicines. All tbe
preliminary arraogemenis for the march having
been eeretully madeythe "order: of march" te
oommaoieated to tbe several commanding' effi
cere of divisions, brigade and reglmenta, but
not published In orders.&'Tbe troop are distrib
uted soeordlng to the charaoier of tko eoamry
: la averyspta oottntry a largo portion of eav
alry weald be at tbe bead of the eolnmai hot
gensrally it Is distribated throaghoa tho line.
The artillery should be In tbe rear of the first
foot regiment.' An' adrauoe ot 1 raraard of
moantod srooptwooe or two oempanlee should
be detailed escb day, and the regiment that has
the right of tbe lino one day, attould be next
day lu tho rtar. .0 a woody, or moBOtaloooa
country detaobments of Bankers and skirmish
ers are thrown out lo the right and left of tbe
column, at a distance of one to two hundred
pues, to keep a sharp lookout and prevent any
auob disastrous and gratuitous experience as
those painfully ahd recently familiar to ns In
connection with tbe amboaoade on the road to
Vienna. .a,-- . ..s
Tbe column having been formed at half or
quarter distance, and tbe baggage train assem
bled In tbe rear, proteoted by a guard selected
from each regiment for its own baggage, the
oolumn Is put in motion, and the march eom
meooea with the same regularity as would bt
observed by a regiment moving in or out of
garrison town, the band playing, tbe light infant
ry with arms sloped and thoae of the riflemen
slung over tbe shoulder, the offi.ers with swords
drawn, exact wheeling distance preserved, and
perfeot silence observed. . '
Alter bAVing proceeded a short distanos in this
manner, tbe word of command, "route step," is
given by the general at tbe bead of the leading
battalion, and passed quickly on to tbe rear.
I he oaptatos. Instead of continuing at the bead
of their companies, draw back to the rear ol
them, tbat tbey may see any men ot tbf ir re
spective oompaniea wbo attempt to quit the
ranks without leave. Tbe soldiers then maroh
and carry their, arms In any manner convenient
to tbem, conversation and smoking Deiog oral
;
narlly allowed. Scientific American. . .., ,
The Junction of the Army of the
Potomac.
[From the Louisville Democrat.]
A great deal of Impatience is manifested at
the inaction ot our army 00 tho rotomao. . in
this we do not sympathise. Il is the doty of
McClellan to run no risk at tbst point; not
even the remotest. The defense of the capital
must sot be put at basard and made to depend
on tbe result of a bsttle. Tbs Bull Ruu affair
wss only not fatal because tbe enemy bad not,
the courage to take advantage of it. The Con-1
federate loroes can bo moved from tbe Potomac
without risking a general engagement; and this
is tbe policy, 00 doubt, of General McClellan.
When be moves nis main army ne will be sure
of the result. ,: In tbat course be is wise. It is
bis duty to pursue it and regard no outside pres
sure. ' . . . ..
; Tbe Confederates are wasting their time, and
eating themaelvea up at Manaaaas. Tbey can
take up lodging there indefinitely, and be no
nearer their object. There are point to be
gained remote from Washington, and mors
fatal ta tbe Confederate rebellion than tbe oo
oupatlon of Manassas. It Is true, if the Con
federates could, take Washington, tbey would
achieve a great asooeesj out. the federals would
not make as much by taking Manassas. Tbs
pricea are vastly unequal, and it is bad policy to
stake one against, tbe other. Secure VV asbiog
ton tbeni let there be do risks about it. Tha
work of scattering the Confederate troops from
tbat point can be done elsewhere. It is import
ant, however, to bare no more suoh follies as
occurred at Edward's Ferry anywhere. We
shall not criticise generslahip; but we can aay
wbat we please oi this affair without presnmp
tion; as no one will pretend there was any gen'
we are glad to see mat lu cms sitate and
Missouri the Confederates bare failed so- far.
Let tbe fleet do its duty on the coast, and the
federal troops from tbe West will meet it on
the Atlantic; and these Manassas troops must
return to the South or give up tbat region. '
i We can afford to wait at Washington longer
than tbey can stay at man ass as. -
. It la, aod will forever be, a sublime story,
that while the nation was convulsed with war,
Its inhabitants burling themselves against each
other by hundreds of thousands, while tbe
sound of cannon was echoing along our river
backs from the great prairies of tbe far West
to tbe Chesapeake, tbe industrial energies ol
the people were oot paraljaed, but a national
improvement the Pacific Telegraph was com
pleted.whioh surpassed la lis magnitude all
possible conceptions oi fifty years ago. , After
this, who shall ssy that the American people
are on tbe verge ot ruior Wbo will dare pre
diot aught but progress in the future, as in tbe
Pstt . . - ;
Cut off the Back Legs of your Chair.
I will tell yon a' seoret worth knowing. ' A
thousand things not worth half as much hare
been patented and elevated Into a business.
It is this: If yon cutoff tbe back legs of
your chairs so tnat tne DacK part of the scat
shall be two Inches lower than the front part, it
will greatly relieve tho fatigue Of sittiog, and
keep your spine in much better shape. .The
principle fatigue in sitting comes from your
sliding forward, and thus straining the liga
ment and muEolee in tbe small of the back,
The expedient I have advised will obviate this
tendenoy, and, aa I have suggested, add greatly
to tbe comfort and bealtbfnlneaa ot the silting
po.ture- A'.,.-., ..,
: The front edge of a chair should not be more
than fifteen Lches high for tbe average man,
nor more than fourteen for the average woman
The average chair is now seventeen inches high
for all, which no amount of slsoting in the
seat can mexe camiortaDie, axuhs s Uymna
stum. i ..
A Lend Call on the "Vasty Deep."
The followioB telegranhlo disnatch was re
ceived liv New York the same day it wu sent
irom ain francisco:. .
SAN FRANCISCO, Saturday, Oct. 26. 1861.
Craus W. Fiu. New York: The Paciflo
A. W. BEE.
iBAITJ &:SO M.
Kb; 2Sf South Egh StreeV flumhus,
ABB NOW OfPERINO
9000 yards Xtavlia
ttUeenta.
Drasa Saada at -X, value
9500 yards Traveling Dm Goods at T-KYt'm 90 et.
9UO0 yards English Besagtt at 18 valut 9S euita. ,
HMO varde f ranch Oreacdlet at MM. value 90 eenta.' '
M yarn m wnna aiawna hi, wiu ta eeat. - -
IUW varet VMiara vrn Bilk at 1 W. vala. so anta.
lStiO yard Super Plata Black Bilk at 1 00. valo 1-5.
nones 01 urgaauie sua,, ana angusB seragt, at ooe-
Hll WW TOM,
- .-, ii BAIN-Jt BON, ' I
JeSf - ," " ' , I. 99 Boa- High ktn.
BEHHV KEHBK -a r. j?ri
flats of Malta BsaaMtthastBt. . T-.) Pmrttora
IK New lark PaahkwabU Bhavhta. Hair Oattnr
Sham nooning, Ourllng and Dreastng Saloon, Baat State
UWM,
tr th Pott OOet, wber taUafao-oa will
ButaaXRR-i'MS
ioti Jb sollMrsqis ns aid tw5tii;"r
)iwd t'1' 4old ,xrt lw.vt k
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i ' IVT T71 ex try-
wti - -iiTT.i .".- .rr!
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RECEIVED BT. .'-:...
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AArT, t 6' A ' T T " f. Ji'S
a. gkell;
AWL,
.it
.- I.' aa- f til Vj!
la
Higli Street,
h ths Ikrgest and Bast Selected Jjswrt
it v:
or
1 : e
I, v ; BTBB 0PPIBBD fX tHIS OITTI ,
'iu'l h! S-'i-i ':! Itmmmmm I s, f ' i ' -
House; BnUders' sFmisliiDgV
' ''i-: ' OP BVBBT 8TTLB AND QUAtrrr.
't-T et'1'
J..13.!;. 5 .iT.."cm ?mp. !.;.: '
jscrixicaxitr aiasfai;
' -0... ' .v ". J - : . ; ..... . ... l- r
I ..T " "f"'a tj-s, vaa-t ft if
104 put op BaUpoaadeaoa for tunfiy at,a4Dry '
j '; Paints la balk. ' ; ''' .'
brushes of every variety & quality."
j ' uiy a Splendid Assortment of :
1 . ,.. , . A ., , . c , ,.
MACHINISTS TOOLS.
(iARRlAGE MATERIADS. ' ' 7 ,
f AXES GRINDSTONES, tus. ' ' '
' GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, io.
i - : FISHING TACKLE.
! ! ' ' ."ROPE CORDAGE
j " jLEATHER AND INDIA RUBBEfc.
' BELTING.
EDGES, MAULS, PUMPS, .
I AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, '
SCYTHES, Sto,
.' " ' SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS ' ,.
fable and Pocket Cntlery.
j 1 erpeoUlly ivit tht attention of all IcteriMtod to my
ttook ot Pooktt and Table OuUery, and ' '
; MILTEU PLATEVoRR8,
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
j Butter Knives, fcc,
aOOB&Ba A ABO'S. Uanafaetare, warranted to he
antra heavy, leetro-Platad, on gecoln Allatta.
Ooantry Merchants, Mechanics, and others, are invited
tall aod examine my Htock, aa I am prepared to tell
fholtaaleaod Retail. W1TI. A. fll
' Oolumbua, Ohio. May (j, 1880.
PROF. L. MILLER'S
HAIR Ifl VIGO RAT or,
An ESectiTe, Safe and -Eoonomical
Compound,
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR
To Ita original oolor Without dyeing, and preventing
aaatr irom Mrnutg gray.
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
And caring It, whan there It tht lettt parade of vlisll
or recaperatlvt energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF ANDD ANDklf
. And all outaneout affoctlons of tht Scalp.
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparting tt it aa aneqaltd gloat and brilllamnr. m.ir,
II soft and silky in lis texture, and (Mining it u out.
rradiiy. .
' I'bt great otlebrity and Inoraaaing demand for this an
equaled preparation, oonvincaa th proprietor that est
trial it only atcaeaary to aaUjfy a dimming public of iu
superior qualities over aay ot r preparaUon ui use. It
oieaoset ths head and scalp froas ddruit and other
aiaaeoot diteatw, oausing the aalr to grow luxarnuitly
giving ita rich, toft, gloaay and Bezibie appearaoo, an.
also, where Hie hair it looewlug and thinning, It will giv
strength and vigor to tha roots ana nature tut gruwtn to
hots parte which hav beoome bald, eaasug It to uiti
m. nww v. oats.
-her ar hundreds of iadlat and geaUeueu in Mew
fork who have had thair hair reatorod by the aae 01 an.
(avigorator, wnea all oltiar preparations have f-1 led. L.
B. ua. In his posseaatoa leitert innamaraoui hsatiiylug
to th abov facta, from penwoa of tlw tugboat re sou
tlUty. It will Mutually prerwt th hau from tuning
aaUl the Ute period of tilt; and In oases wnoreth hair
aaa already chaigod da color, th as at the larigonuir '
rill vita oertamty reatons it to It to it original hue, giv
ing a dark, gloaay appear. Aa 1 perfume tut tut
(oUotanda Stir aaucatly it it particularly suoom
tiended, having aa agreeable fragrance; and ta graat la
st li tie Ka-oruala Artaing th aalr, whwh, wnea molat
viih th Invigotator, can be drued in any requirml
tora to aa a preearv Its plao. wheuier plfinjor In oarla
aeoo th giaaidaaaad for it ay tha ladtet aa a acannar-
tolietanlcU which none ought 10 bo wlihouLaa the nrica
yiaoea it wilhia Ue raach et all, being .T
Only Twenty-Five Cents '
per bottle, lo a had at ex. twpeoiaM. firuggltts and
1 - cenwn.
' L. MILLER would oall tht attention of iarenta and
Baardiana to th an erf his In vlg orator, in eaaas where
th children's hair inclines to bt weaa. Tht aaa os it
lay th foandaUoa for ngoodhtad of hair, as It ra
tio vet any Imparitttt that aaty Bar bua eaaaeoc!
With th scalp, tht removal of whluh it nagetaary botn
fcrth health mt th child, aad th future .appeaiano of
ItaOalr. , - ......... .... ..
' Oatmoa. Non genuine without th fao-simile LOUIS
MILLBB being on tht outer wrapper: also, L. MIL-f-an'S
HAIR UTilsORAXOR. Si. .. blown In
flaaa . E2a
, i.uoiasait vtpo,ae iwy ttrett, and aold by a,. .i
grinoip SUnhaaa aod Druggists tAroogboat tht world
LiUtnA dlaouant to pownsiHirs by ta quantity. . '
I alto dttb te pretent to th American PabUo my '
iew ahtd ntFBOV-D rsirrAirsoc8
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, after year, ol aclantlfle' tzperimentlng, I have
broaght to perieetkm. It dyee Black m Brown Instantly
sithoutlnjury to tha Hair or 8in; warmated th beat
arUalt ot the kind ln-iatooa. ,
I ,n : PRICE, ONLY 50 CENTS.
Depot, 66 Dey St, New York .
tSt):dfcwly. . . ' .
G B EA T CUB E
v DR. LEIiAND'S ;
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND1
19 THE QNY ttNOWK REMEDY rOR
Ehenmatiss-, - Gout and . Henralgia,
f'- ' AND A BCRBCURB 104 "'
.All Mercurial Diaoases.
It Is a conveniently arranired Band, eoutalntng a aad-
latt eompoend, to be worn amrad th Waist, wlUmt '
injury u me sot etolleat peweaa taan la kabit ,
at living la ftqoirad, and II enurely lamtras tht di.
tatt from th system, withoat produdag th Injarioai
eBrCts arising from th ua of powerful Internal medl
dun, which weaken aad deoiroy b ooailit!oa, aad -
.. .., -. ..!.. B, thfa -- -- ,. - -
itical pnipertlee tan lalned la lb Baud eoaae hi otot
with the blood and reach tha diseaa, through (he pore
orihakin,-flWting la omtj Inssane a perfbot ears, -and
restoring the part afflicted to a heal Ay aoaditlaa.
this Bead aaisasoetp wt-al ATl Mawnaas.a areas, '
and wiU enllnly r-lrv. thytta fraa tAyntaivaa '
effects fMrcaiy. Mottorata am ar eared la a few
tevs, and wt art tonttaatly receiving teeUmenlal of Ha '
efileaey la aswmvatod aaaataf tesg etaadlag. - '
.. alL ta ka had af Dnuratat anarnll. aa aaa
b sect W sasll oraaiprat, with lull direotioa fot. net.
t any pact af th oauy . .((llrot (rua th Prluclp .
umoe, ...
h: flMITfl CO.. .i1a Paiii.., "
N. B.Dawrtotl0 wnlaa B t Jiwa.
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J.B8 BUBLLBB A SOB. Baeeaum. Aa.Na.
H77 S. Blgh St-, JaeU Prtond and Muaad, Oolumimt, 0.
f 1C Agents Waaw Evarywh.,,. ;
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