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Success of the Naval Expedition.
UeH30.ted.acee.. thu. far
STgmt Wu to the Southern coast.
A luding ha be.TB.oled end the command
ZT . , Md moet capaclout bar-
v t-tUul town oi
end Georg ens, it " "u" " . h
. vi.,v- Savannah bet been
Ukpoefoa W bt thw Union t top - W.
Uve aafatd ;iPUBi 5
fVw trade with loyal CHiieus,
!!?-!?ffiLSS dmiuUtretlon U begin.
"r This .olio,. Blm,UUneo.l,
iuhtheennouncemenithM another expedition
. ... ..ii .Am Anninolli. come, the
f.Uimnei that Government baa la
. i0T.iia(a on the
Zrrat eU have already
t for Mehanetoe the manufacture
of the North for the aotton end other product,
of the Ban. v1a, t Federal Gpvernment.
Au iV J.W. ih. .word "in one hand, bold.
.v. k,.nok In the other. The latter
tore M caoiou. th. former
Mth rwonetfootioa oi w
together eaonot faU t? be loFinolble. ,
It to not to be expeoted lhat.these moremenU
lttoxtrem8ottthwlUonoeend the war
and reetore.the Union.-But they are great
ittldet la'adranoe, and, compared with what
BM pjartly beet accompUihed during the
age and re kindle the Are of patriotism.
The "war for the Union" may be .aid to be
now begun in aril-. rtionl
ect of .uoeei. ' Yet for the prenent, It i. like
ly that many ardent Union men will be dleap
pointed to the glowing anticipation, which they
aaturally Indulge. Our troop., landed on the
Southern, coast, will probably in most places be
looked upon at first by a majority of the Inhabi
Ucu; a Jnaderg.. Twy wiU fly to arm. for
tfcadelanHCif.ihelreoUand their homes, and
oppose etrtouoaely OTery adrance of the Union
foroehsto th ..country. These risings of the
people may be mob. as will, in the tlew of the
Confedetato'leadenrtender It unneoeeeary to
withdraw any large portion of their army from
the Potomao:' They may still continue to men
tal Waenlngton; while the war Is progreeslng In
tbt cotton 8tatt. Bat the large naTal force
which. tbt Gorernment cau have at it. com
mand, will oaable It to pursue the course it bas
undertaken, and open the Southern port, one
iftef-aootber to the commerce, of the world,
and that' afford the moet substantial induce
ment tor Southern men to remain or become
loyal while taking away from foreign powers
Tory pretext for "forcing the blockade," or
taking eidee with the Confederate rebels.
Success of the Naval Expedition. Bogus Dispatches---Gen. Fremont's
Ts. ial'n.tili Informs n. that there is ' in
matton"1 menlfeeted at Washington on account
Of. ID UM 01 apwao uj ..-. ..".
ui.tUmU ih toMrasieni.'" And It 1. intl
mated that a certain gentleman connected with
the St- Loui. Ripublica i. to be arrested for
such OTert aet of treaeon as attempting to i scare
the United Sute. UOTernmeni: now,
Gerernment can be intimidated by suoh means,
better keeo it secret, and let the "correspond
ent" go at large; if it eauaot be .0 Inttmiaai
4d, better let it be kuown by mi arresting the
"eorreepofident." So that in either case the
Government had better o "go fishing for god
geoaa la .uch s hallo water." . , .
Wo take the abore from the S(f Jourwl of
the 19th Inst. It I. marTelou. how that .beet
M changed 1U ton. toward the Administration
or "tha GoTernmentu within a Tery short time.
' 'A' little while ago, 7 m Bd bottt 5lho'
,8eptoaberlast,ltwas,iathe Jeiiraar. tlew,
'.a arr aerioos thine to attempt to intimidate or
tear. the GoTeinment an Infallible sign of
"lympatby with the rebels"; now it i. a moet
Axoolleat Joke, Bow laughable the Journal
'jiow stake, th. Gorernment appear just like a
'.uperstitiou., nerTOUs old woman who cannot
'walk out by moonlight without converting eve
ry old white bono feeding on the common into
aghoet. -.' - - ' ' '
It is truly refreshing tj see with what flip
I pancy and cool impudence, not to .ay contempt,
'iho Joamel has learned to talk about the Gov
komment. It wiU do doubt be worse frightened
."at the keen abaft, of the Jtumdt'i ridicule,
than It vu at tbo bogu. dlspatche. from St
tenia and the West about the mutiny in the ar
my and the Indignation among the people at
Faexoht's removal. Wo brg the Jewraol to
forbear; for though Its ridicule and mockery of
poor Old Abe and the reet may be ipon to n,
It may be to tbo Government; and then,
0 where will wo b.T. And should a stray copy of
the Jtttnul get Into Jtrr. Davis.' hands,
wouldn't ho chuckle 1 ' It is too bad to think of.
Mr. BAROHorT.la a speech, quotee the follow
ing Jrom Gen. Jaoksoh, approvingly, which it
oopied with great avidity by those whoao pleas
ure it ha. been to abuse and yltlfy the old Dem
Cocratlo chieftain, while bo was living: . v 1
Dear Sir: I.ubmittbe above as tboeonclu
rioa of the proclamation lor your amendment
ui mvUIob. Lat It receive vour beat flight of
eloqueooa to strike to the heart and speak to
tbo reelings of my deluded countrymen of South
Carolina. The Union must be preserved, witb-
-blood, if tbia be possible; but it must be
preserved it all baiuda and at any price. '
Andrew Jackson. ANDREW JACKSON.
DeoemW 4. 1832-U o'clock P.M. . '
:-swaia UvuiotToir. - - . ' .
Wow, hat aoy new phantom rleea up to turn
- fci uidc from tbo support of the Union. If any
m baa. it must give way. Listen to tbe words
that noma to yon from tbe tomb of Andrew
tJeckfoni i " ' . ;j. '
"""The Unlotr must be preserved at an ba
. To all thli wo iw.'a. when U wis. written,
koartily wbsorlbo.1 Ho tald: "Th Union must
e tratrui wMvt tloei.if thit potibh."T
Thia to frbaVfba frve IrleDdrof Gen. Jackbow
idaslred to do.r This could and would have been
4 one, If the tru friend, of Gen. Jaoksoh could
kave controlled atTain last winter, when Done
La plead lor the preservation of the Union in
"M South. ' But tbe preservation of the Chicago
platform, end the upramacy of Abolitionism
uiweighed tW Union, and now.ua necessity,
Itt. irt.drlyeo.td.Vy end preserve the Union In
uoihet. nacQe; fat all .hazard. , and at ny.
" f :!;s. Wo hopo wo may bo luocewfoland
that our country may bo united, and cur people
uzV.n pmpto and happy.
! Th. DBoDle have M Hrs majowy
down tbt "bunking act" passed M L4' t
Ulature, and submittea to tueir ueuim.
The provisions of. the eot ere es follows
- n vi.Cii f!iwrrntao"Bnt"of Illinois" Tot
twenij-uve yean and so Jong thereafter at tuey
i.. .irii ii n ita affairs. Is aarnee
be necessary to wind up its affairs
thirteen commissioners wno, w,M,-r;,irrt:
after the ratification of the law. shall dlride the
a.... .... .1.1... k.nbtns diitrlou. and looate a
bank inoaoh distrioti subsoripUoa to
be taken in each of said distrloUl tbeee thirty
reemmg it, ootee.not to depositor., and im
SHS, such note be not paid wbea preMtted
Rebranch where Usued, or the bank refuee
t ite depositors, the boldeae of .uch note,
ZTZ debitor .hall be
luereit th until paid, at lb. rat. of twely,
per eentum. Any branoh ao failing, shall bo
Stoeed ae InTeLt. Stockholder etc io the
bank and branehee .hall b. respooeible for aU
the debt, duo by the bank and It brancbea.
Tne bank to be allowed to oharae Ken per
cent, intereet on all it. traneactlone. The cap
Ital of the bank to be personal property. -
bank to bo nnder the general management ot a
board of directors. The aggregate capital boi
to exceed ten millions.
Th. neonla also toted in ' a large majority
. r... '. th.' ConttitUtlOD Of
VI ICIUUiitMbO UW IBHiWWv.
ihoStat... ....... .. ...
' A pretty good day. Work.
Imprisoned for Speaking Disrespectfully
of the Administration.
William Johnston, an engineer, was arrested
by Policeman Walker, of tbe Seventh precinct,
on eharge of using disrespectful language re
garding President Lincoln'. Administration.
The prisoner was brought to the Essex Market
rollce court, wnere ne was uw,u'"""",. ,,
davs confinement in toe i oomos. ir. a.w
oli. Oct. 18. ...
, If thi. rule' i. to be carried out we feat many
of dot ReDubllcan editor, will get Into trouble
A. a specimen, wo copy the following ricn
morsel from tbe Rtliglout!) TdcKopi, of Day
ton, Ohio - '
AdinUnt-General Thomas, who accompanied
Secretary Cameron to Missouri, has made a re
port which otampe bias a. one of the weakest
and meanest of men. The long ear. .tick out
from almost every paragraph. It 1 evioent mat
he hatea Fremont inteusely, but bi. malice is
altogether out of proportion to bi. sense. A
nwt uJaek would tat th iliahtett attention
uineh a report, tesad condemn tttelf tt eternal
infamy : : . ' .
irthe Administration did pay "tip slightest
attention" to Gen. Thomas', report, according to
thi.ofoZ()andrywu(.'OPPO,'t 11 18 con'
demued to "eternal infamy." '
17 Tbe correspondent of the Cincinnati
Tinu from Washington, of Nov. 8ib, says:
ALL QUIET ON THE POTOMAC.
All ouiet on the Potomac" bas been herald
ed lrom this city on tbe wing, of lightning for
many week. past, .since our famous ueie .
Bull Run, nothing else scarcely ba been beard
But it doe. n t seem possible that the same mo
notonous tidings will go out wiw me oia year
and come in with the new. However that may
be, we have not tbe mean, to determine. But
there is one tblng certain, ana wnicn py tan
time has become apparent to ail wno nave
traced tbe current of events, that when a battle
does take place on tbe Potomac, it will .be a
most bloody and decisive one.
When we contemplate the two great armies
that cow stand face to face, menacing each oth
er, we cannot avoid tbe conclusion that should
they, in their present strength, ever come to
gether, it will involve the total rout and defeat
of one or tbe other. There will be no half-way
work about it. Success or failure, triumpn or
Should a conflict ensue, the matter would not
be settled in one battle. A series of struggle,
will ensue, which will have no parallel on rec
ord. Should the fortunes of war be adverse to
mi, nmi it the onenine. and the enemy advance
tnwud the Potomac, tbev could eain it banks
nnW tiY rinaiue under the ranee ot a chain of
forts that make a Thermopylae cf intervening
JJut in tue event oi a ueieai ui tuv icuru,
they will have many etrongboldi to fall back
npon. The tragedies at Bull Run will be enacted
once again, and if disaster still pursues
. . .. . f a. u.l.
the enemy, their "Uiaraiter, a. iney styie it,
at Manassas, will shelter them for a time
against our arms. When that give, way, tbe
roid to Richmond will be a bloody one, and tbe
fall of that citT if .till contemplated uy our
Government will be recorded only after a ter
rible siege. ' ' -
Tbe advance of the Grand Army of the Po
tomac I. an event of no ordinary importance.
It Involve, more tban the people at largo are
willing to acknowledge. If "all i. quiet along
tbe Potomac," it is because tbe time haa cot
yet come to commence a eerie, of successful
battles. The Generals who command the Army
are better able to judge of the time jto com
mence an attack, than those who are unao
quainted with our own resources, and the pow
er, condition, forces, advantages, and position
of the enemy.
W. should have faith la tbe Government and
tbe commander, of the army. . They are as
anxious to put a stop to this rebellion as any
other loval oitlzecs. Tbev know best when to
strike, and until a blow come, from tbe Army
of the Potomac, we should exercise aa much
patience a. tbe troubled time, will permit;
for It Is better, far better, la rest secure than
ruth blindly into tbe snare, of a mercilesa enemy-
A Slave-Trader Convicted of Piracy.
Last evening the trial of Captain Nathaniel
Gordon, of the ship Erie, charged with the of.
fecse of piracy, for engaging in the elavo trade,
was concluded in tbe United States Circuit
Court in this city, before Judges Nelsun and
Shlpman. The jury, after a very brief con
sulfation, rendered a verdict of "guilty," which,
impose, th. penalty of death upon tbe prisoner.
Gordon received tbe verdict without apparent
emotion. Tbe sentence of tbe oourt wa. de
ferred. There Is a point of jurisdiction involv
ed in the case, namely, whether tbe place at
wbiob tbe negroes were taken on board comet
witbin tbe provisions Of the act of Congress,
as being on the high sea.. Tbe judge, may
give a certificate of division of opinion on this
in which event tbe cane will be carried np
ITT Tbe Tribuni i of the 11th, .ays that Mr.
WaioRT, th Democratic candidate for Canal
Commissioner In New York,, is undoubtedly
elected; also, that late returns show the elec
tion of Mr. Ja03B B.-Fakb, Dem., to the Senate
from th. tenth (Ulster and Greene) dis
trict, Instead of T.H.WxsTaaooK, Uniwt Dem.,
and tbe success of John Gansih, Dem., instead
of Hinxt W. Rooias,' Uaton Dem., In the
tbirtyjirst (Erie) district. ; -' : j ,' .'J ii,
There will doubtless b. a large Union major
ity la tbe Legislature, as the Abolitionists' now
pAfess t bo for tbo Union. - . . .
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Illinois Constitutional Convention—
A Great Democratic Victory.
Tha returns from the Illinois election come
In better for the Democracy. They have car
ried th. Constitutional Convention by a large
majority. The Chicago Port aaya: v f r
The member, elect, ao far a. beard fiom,
foot ap aa follows:
Vmhoci ts. ..'.-.,.,;.,, v.. . .......... .....39
KeoBblleanf - - 'rrvn
.. . . ten, r..r.. .rv.f 15
In doabt.. ..-....'.".'............. I..10
. . . it i. '. . . fi- '--i't 1
Total a. .a. 'it
The districts la doubt are Randolph, St. Clair
Wayne and Edwards, Edgar, Champaign, etc.,
Colea and Moultrie, Tazewell, and ono mem
ber lo tbe Will and -Kankakee district. Of
tbeaa the Democrat, have probably elected four,
perhaps five, giving to that party, Including
those elected on Union tioketa, nearly, if not
fully, two-tblrd. of th Convention.
An Interview Between Federal
A uirreflnondent Of tbe fi,X AVn,
pu-ui,. on Frl(Uv last, un:
.. This afternoon 1 rode over to Conrad's terry,
and bad a glimpse of some rebel pioketa. A
jt.v,m.r,i nf th T.mmanv bovs were on duty
on thi. lde, and had bauea tue puutew m mjo
vi..ini har.. lutt aa . I rode so. . Wo ooulfl
ca them distinctly; they bad o BO coat, but
woro red ablrU aud black paau, oeiug
with musket, and pistols. The following con-
..MltlMI lAftlt hUfl,! 4 1 1-''-" '
R.hl Pmk.t Hllo. atrana er. we won't fir.
If you won't r Bcw are job, and to what do yoo
befongT " v ' . - . ' u
Tammany Wo won't Are. We're from the
Tammany Regiment. - Jou've got our voioue,.
flow do you like the aervioe? " ' ":
e.K.i puItai Oh. nrottv well. .We're from
AUbamat this fellow i. from Mississippi. ' lie'.
goloneofyourgunsrr-- - v; . ..
Tammany r;ow are jou vu ,ur iuuti
Rebel Picket-Well,' we've got enough.'.uch
as It is'. Our arm. are not very good, but we
Mn't eomnlaln of the feed.'. We have bacon.
Tresn meat and bread. , Jiow.uo you wana a'
T T r m - a ' ' " i 1 I
When are you coming over! . ...... -
Time. Correeoondent That depends. Who
( In eotnmend at Leesburf f ' -' ' '
Rebel ficket That's not a lair question, out
I reckon our commander thero Won't Hurt you
mack..-.-'.' ,. "' 1
Timet Correspotdent now many men did
you lose, honor brignt, last monaay weeai
. Rabel Picket Well. .In at least fir bob
dred; you fellow. ' fought well, but w. bad the
best ground and tha best cause, and just at
oitea a. you -come over, just so often we'll
whip you back. Let us alone that', ail we
Just then Col. Owen, rode up, and ordered
that no conversation should take place or an
swer, given, when the rebel picket shouted
out, "See here, picket, just tell that officer to
olear out, or I'm be d d If I don't put a hole
rlvht clear thronch hi. uely mug; there', no
need of hi. Interference," and candor compels
me to state that the "ugly mug" very soon dis
appeared, and the boys on the other side kept
nn . nll of Question, that would not have
disgraced tbe most down-east of Yankees, some
or which were anewrrea, uu muj ui wuitu
were not. " ' ' . "" '' , '
- If all the rebels are like thoee I saw to day
tbev arc a Crettv sturdy eet of fellows, and
looked as thoneh thev "didn't care whether
school kent or not." They are In for a fight.
and seem to be Intoxicated with their suc
cesses. ' '"."'"'!"'. '. '.'
BTThe "eorrespoadent of the St. Loui. Ripubli
etn give, the following incident at the battle of
Belmont. , We know CoIe..WaionT, of 'i ennes
see, and Col. Fouke, well,-and know they were
warm perbonal and political friends
A omcuUr oircumstanoe took Dlaoe lester-
dav. At the last session ot ongrea, Lol.
f oulta Darted witn uoi. v riaut, mvwut hvw
T.nnMaea. and used this expreesioo
Phil.. I exoeat tbe next.Umo we meet it will
be on tbe battle-field, and I want to aek one fa
op of von: If vou aet me or any oi my men, i
want vou to use us well, and if I get you or any
of your men, I win oo tne same. - . wieruj
they met in battle, and the very first prisoueis
.lit in all. that were taken, belonged to Col
Wr irht'i command, and ois oia inciiu. voi. i .,
took them. One oi tbe men informed me that
Col. W. was mortally wounded. Also, that Pil
low, who wa. in cuminaud, was wounded. Tbore
will be more uilormatiou wnen tne mempuis
returns. .. .
But one ball struck tb. gunboat. that was
the Tyler killing one man and wounding two
others. The Memphis has just returned from
r.nlnmhui. The exchansed tbirt? sick prison
ers. Surgeon. Gordon aud Whituell are well;
and will be exchanged for fifteen privates. Col.
Dougherty, of tbe Twenty-aecood, ba. had a
lee .mDuuted. and be 1. not expected to recov
er. Malar McClnrken is shot through : tbe
mknll. .nd la not exDeoted to recover.
They acknowledge to near four hundred men
killed: thev were IvinK very thick on tbe
bank.. They have been all day bringing in
thplr daid. . ...
Captain Cbalienorand Captain Abbott, ot tne
Twentv-aecond. are wounded and are prisoners.
lOlonel r ouka was aaaea oy a bieuieauit
Columbus, If be wa. not the Colonel who drove
Colonel Wright and bi. command. He told
bim he was.. The lieutenant men toia ioiouei
F. that twentv eun. were aimed to pick him off,
hen Col. Wright aaw him and ordered bit
men not to shoot him as ba was bi. friend. Had
it not been for that we should nave been an
other Colonel ehort.
Indictments for Treason in Kentucky.
The United State. Grand Jury at Frankfort,
Kentucky, hare returned bills of indictment as
follows: . '
Isham T. Dudlev. J. L Gibbons, PbiUp B
Thompson, Robert W. Woolley, John M. Brown,
John a. Morgan, Robert i. urectunriage, it ,
Ben. Peeba, Jonn U. urecmnriage, weorgo o
Bnmlev. Humnhrev Maraball. Gnnvlile Utter-
back, John M. Elliott, Wm. Jones, Philip Lee,
Frank Trvon. Milton J. r reels, a. Mcuowen,
Ben. Craig, Thos. B. Monroe, Jr., Harry T,
Hawkins. Harvey M. Rust, Benl. J. Monroe,
John M. Rise. lessee Meeks. John Ficklln
Thomaa Steele. Jr., Daniel W. Jones. James S
Chrisman, Gustavus Dedman, John Sbawan and
W R. Cnnnlnuham.
For high misdemeanor, for which the bail is
$2,000with security In a like amount: John M.
Morean. J. L. Gibbons, Preston R. Patty, Ben-
jimin J, Monroe,' John G. P. Hooe, Benjamin
Uraig, I ran a iryon, jonn in. crown, uranviue
Utterbaca, .owaro nenaiey, i nomas uaiuea,
Frank Brady, Benjamin Desha, Isham T. Dud-
lev. Barbrldee Biackburn, Gustavu. Dedman
John rYltherspoon, John -A. Witherspoon and
uuuiey George, , ,t , -i .:,,,,,
More Disloyal Navy Officers.
' Lieutenant Snlber. of tbe United States Navy,
with six marine., arrived on tbe Fall River
boat this morning. In charge of Messrs. Sharp,
Storms, Steven, and one other person, wbo
were officer, on board th. .loop oi-war Lonetel
lation, which ba. recently arrived at Boston
from the African Sauadron. The prisoners
have crobablv refused to renew their path of
allegiance to tne reaerai uovernmeut iney
were taken in carriages to the Wavy xard.
New York Post.
New York Post. The Reverend Editor of the N. Y.
Independent and the Government.
The Washintrton Star states that tbo Admin
istration has sent an order to arrest the editor
of the New York Independent, and commit bim
to Fort Wanen, for writing a paragraph that
Secretary Seward bad predicted tnat tne coum
would be recognized lu sixty days by European
nowers. . Tbe Indetendent I. Henry Ward
Beecber'a paper and i. an influential Republi
can organ. Tha New York TVioune, in notio
Ins the renort. aavsi , .
'VI t trust that previous good character may
ba permitted to be urged in mitigation of .0 se
vere .penalty,", 1 '
Ourorjinion Is. that tha editor of the Indt-
. , . ..'1 "' m " ' ' -..:
Tha AUjany Evening Journal, with reference
to tbo luaeptnttm t tnoreoioie report tnat mr
Weed bad gone to Europe with a view to mak
ins neaca with the rebels, .ays: . -. t ,
"Tbi. mort ridiculous and yet vicious false
hood excite, mingled contempt and indignation.
It met our ey eain time only to pronoun ee it
equally destitute of truth, whether originating
tue fanatics witum or witnout ine mi
Wo think this impose, upotr tbo Independent
an obligation to set forth distinctly and circum
stantially the ground, of it. controverted state
ment. That paper cannot have acted otherwise
tban in good faith; let tho public now sea just
what warrant it naci lor it. most extraordinary
narasrash.' ww : r.-a u -:.rt4 :
. it should not be forgotten -that tbo faet that
tho Jitdepindent wm not longt-ago selected by
Secretary Seward as the only paper la thi.' oity
to publish tha law. and acts of the Government,
moet give to Its ttatemeote a weight tbey would
N. Y. Tribune.
"O" fliaar Rain, Esq., has retired from tho
editorial, 'fcbrirf Clnolnnatl Prtn. U Se
now published by bo "Pres. Prating Compan."
The tUot't nam. if not given. 1 .4 .
S ij t,i 1 1 1 i 1 ba
- 07 It ba. been judicially decided la Boston
that a eootraot of enlistment does ot bind a
man U he wm drunk when e entered into it.
TBI andanlirntd tors Mv to Inform his ft lend.
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' VIA AlUMTOWa,
Pimtniera bj thli Un raach Mtw York lo adranoa cf
aojr Nnrtbcrn route. '
12:35 P. M. train la tbe only ose from Oolombns at
thlf hour, and the only train by which puieagers can
reach Baltimore or Waablnrton the folloerlot iar. aail
trmem rnuaaeipoieor new iors Deroreaars. . .
ILTDleepinr cenon ill Dtrnt intini. .
Tne Unlr Jlonto front Colnmoue to
Baltimore. rnnorteipAutt r
Hew York , . -r .
WITH ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS.
Thli train alto coonectiat Bellaire with the Baltimore
end Ohio Railroad.
ITPTh It route Ii 30 MILES HHUKTKB to Pittibanli
andmore than 100 MILKS fiHORTBB to Mew York,
then northern lints. .. , . ..:,'
CTBdEeaee Checked Through to all im
portant points Eist. , . . . -,
ETAak for Tickete via Bellaire or Steu
bcnville. ' '" . i
H7 Ticket. Good over either Route.
. Jon w. BEOWN,
General Ticket Agent Centra' Ohio R. B.
IBA A. HUTOHIN80S,
General Ticket ArentBteuoenvllU tihbrt Line.
Ooloaboi. Nor. 13, lStil. - , , ... , -
E. B. ARMSTRONG,
No.' 17 East Town gtreet,
WHOLESALE 4 RETAIL DEALER IN
STOVES AND TIN WARE,
TO A Urge stock of the GOOD EAMARHAH on
lid. , . -
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Ciapiiuiftti, Dayton & Indianapolis!
Through to Indianapolis withoat Change of Car.,
J J v and but One Change of Care between r
Columbus and St. Louis.
On and After Monday, November
i,, . oi, isai.
Four Trains Daily from Columbus.
- FIRST TRAIN. --
HIGH IXPRE99. via Dtyton, at S a. m., stopping
at London, Xenia, Dayton. Mlddletown and Hamilton,
arriving at Cincinnati at 7:40 a. m.; and at Dayton
5:05 a.m.; oonneoting at Otneinnatl lor IiOnlerlll, Via.
oennee, 8t. Louit. and all polnta Bonthweet; arrirlng
at St. Lohli at 11:30 p. m.j oonneoting at Dayton for
Indtanapolie, Larayetu, xerre tiauie, vnieao, ana an
points Weitj arriving at IndlanapoUi at 10:40 a. m. '
- SECOND TRAIN. - ' '
ACCOMMODATION atSfiOa. m., itopplngat all sta
tions between Columbus, Oinclnnatl and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati at 1033 a. m., and at Dayton
8:33 a. m ; eonnectlrg at Oinclnnatl with Mall Line
Steamboats for lioulivllie, ana u vayton lor inawnap
olU and the Weit. ,
;. .; THIRD TRAIN. r 1 ; ' ,
IIPBEB8 at 1:53 p. m..'itopping at Jefferton, ton
don, Oharleatoni Xenia, Corwln, Morrow, Bo. Lebanon,
roiter'a, toveland and Ullford, arriving at Cincinnati
at 6:43 p. m.,at Dayton at S p. m.j oonneoting at Oln
wlth the Ohio and Miatlailppl Train for Looitvllle, Tin.
eennei,, Bu Louis, etc, etc., arriving at St. Louie
10:45 a. m l connecting at Dayton for IndlanapoUa, La
fayette, Terre Uaute, Chicago and all pointi yf ttl. , .
' 'FOURTH TRAIN. .-v
mitt. ( A n. m . rtnurln at all stations between
OolumbusaBiOinoinnaU; arriving at Cincinnati at 8-85
TTT tot further Information and Through Tlcteta,
apply to M. L. DOOEBTV, Ticket Agett, Colon Depot,
i - r. W. STKADIR,
General Ticket Agent, Cincinnati.
" ' . ' ', JNO. W. DOniETT,
' Agent, Oolumbss,
Columbus. NoV. 10, 1801
cnauTora ta run.
i "j-mtxn cmrtiKDix.
V s, -. . .
PINE & CHITTENDEN,
-T'COUNSELpllS' ATjlVAW; !
aTdta.UL : Otxoot,
Ir.ev lM f
'.i wa t
Hon. James Monet lef, If. T. Superior Ci
. Hon. H. B. Pane. Cleveland,
Bon. H. H. Buntsr, LancaeUr,
' j J 1 I t t ilk?
j J JfAJIC AttTJRBD. AND, B0I.D X
JOHN L. GILL & SON,
r j I V .1 AT fWUM BALI BOOUB,. .'.'5 f
2STos.90, 92, 94 & 96
Noatn fiton .iiitEEt. " .
fha noatatt' and moat eompleto Store for Officers'
Tents ever manufactured.' , . , . .'
Bold eta very low Siare. . '
Call and examine before purchulag elsewhere. Vj .
oolB5-dU . ' -
;".. 178 Horth Hlgu Street, " ;
' COLFM B U S, OHIO.;:
THIS IfOTEIi IS ntlT OIIE AND A
IIALf BQUABK8 from the Depot, and pereone ar
riving or wlahlng to take paaeaiw on any of tha trains,
will find the Salt Beuee decidedly a convenient ttop
PairenKeri waked np at all heart of the sight for any
ef the train.. 1 ' . '
Terms msderate, to suit ue times. , : i. .
oct25 , ..--, " . , .
r :t xoa. sorTn , nicn stbeet,
-t j Tj,yj A full and Complete Aiiortment of
EfQUgE FURNISHING GOODS,
; IIS. AKD CbtPitR WABE, ,.
' " ' Of almost every kind,' "'
" Mi : . v, ; , :
Elegant Chamber Sets,
SPICE AND SEED BOXES,
Tin Toy 3, and Articles in that Line,
' ; For Little People.
Knives and yorlts. Spoons, Tubs,
Buolcets. Shovels and Tonzs,
. - Coal Hods, etc.,
, . . lor the Larger Onee. . '
We would call your further attention to the fact that WS
are BOLI AGINTB for the tale of the .
STEWART COOK STOVE,
WMrM.. In all moecti. clearly the "ATJTOORAT Of
TUB KITOBKN." bavlDR no equal In the compleleneie
of Ite nerformanae and economy of fuel. ' The clearest
taatimonv el in euperiwriw iuw n.. .u..-
. . i. 1. .... Il.n. n.n..r.n.
turera and dealers are conitantly linllntlrn It, coming at
v v m n d ar A V i DDliD 1 thi n
nearltas poetioie in tr.o. -
Call and examine our stoca. ai is no irouuio u iuw
",00d" : AKIN & EMERY.
ect35-dlm ' - ' : ; - ' '
NEW COAL YABD.
milE nNDtKllfiNGD KEEPS CON
J. 8TAKILY on band and for sale, the beat quality of
HOOKING GRATE . COAL,
hinh ha will cell at the loweet market prices.
Oall and examine my Coal before purchasing elie-
Office at the etore of Bradforil, Boydim At Co., head
u. r. puivia
United. cUatea Express Co., Prop're!
FAST FREIGHT LINE,
Via Sew York & Erie Eailroad,
And all other Roads LeadiDg West
and Southwest. .-
Cbirtered Can over moit Roadi on Fasienger Trains.
M. H. HOVKY, Ag't.
S51 Broadway, N. 7
A. L. KNianT, Ag't,
85 State St., Boeton.
WM, H. PERRY, Superintendent, Buffalo
II. FITCH dc SON, Acentat
8T Weit Broad Stretft,
TO MARRIED MEN,
Or Thoaa Cantempiatinn; marriage
TBI nnderslgned will give information on a very in
teretting and important subject, which will be valu
ed more than a thousand times Us oost by every married
couple of any age or condition In life.. The Information
will be sent by mall to any address on the receipt of 95
cents (etfeer) and one red stamp.
All letters ihould be addreeeed to .
H. B. MORRIS, M. D. (Lock Box CO),
oct3l-ly3tawdfew Boiton, Man.
SANTA CJI.AU9 I Pi A GLEE.
The patron taint of bltcuiti, cakee, and plum-pud
dings, with onlycommon Baleratat to aid him, was about
giving np'ln despair, but when lie got hold of a package
of James Pyle's Purs Dietetic, be exclaimed, "I have
found It I Mow I am ready for Thankiglrlng, Christ'
mat, and Hew YearaC' Get Fylc's Baleratus, and be
will rarely come. Bold by grocers everywhere.
For Females Generallj. the Brandreth
Pills sannot be too highly spoken of. They remove all
obstructions, give energy and strength; cure the dli
treating headache, unfortunately so prevalent with tbe
sex; depression of spirits, dullness of tight, nervous
affections, blotches, pimples, aallownets of the skin, are
removed, and a Juvenile bloom and general tprlghtltnesi
Indicate the power and healtbfulnest of BRAMDBETQ'S
Ladles, at delicate periods, will find them unrivaled
they are the best medlclnei for mothers and children
and cure worms and cottlvenest. .- .' : ',
Let It be remembered, that BRANDRITB'S PILLS
are easy In their operation, and yet unite mildness with
efficiency, and require no alteration of diet during their
nss..( , ; ,i j-' V--- .--ii
Mrs. Morgan, corner of 15th street and Union Square,
New Yorkv W dying, apparently, of Coanmrnoa
She was given ap to die by her. Physicians, and all htr
friends, bat after tuing BaaxnarrB's Pill .for a few
weeks, the cough left ber, and she began to regain her
strength. as4 it now able to. attend te her duties, and
feels sure of sooa attaining robust health. ' . '
Mrs. mison, ef Ho. 3t Beach street, Hew York, bat
eared Dyspepsia,' Small Prz, Measles, Dropsy and Ty
phot lever, and all Headaches, and Billons diseases
with Baaxmrrn's Pius, will be pleased to answer spy
Bold by John R. CoocDrnggitt, Columbut, and by
all respectable dealers la medicines. ,u: . u., ,
oettO-dlsa. !. . ',' '
HOW LOST, HOW BSSIOBED.
Just f ablUbad In a Sealed InvelopsPrtca 8 ctt.l
A LEOTTJRH ON fHK NATURE, TEEATHENT AND
RADICAL J3URI Of BFKBUATORRUJCA Or Seminal
Weaknete, Involuntary Emissions, Sexuat Cehllity, aod
Impediments to Marriage trenemllly, Mervouimest, Con
sumption, Epilepsy ana rite, menui gna physical in
capacity, resulting from elf-arnue, tea. By Bobert )i
lluiverweu, M. v., tumor or ine ureen book, m. ,
'A Beian t Thiatael f (Jflfiek'efiif
Snt ndr teat,' M i 'plain envelope, to any advMS,
Soil paid, en receipt of two stamps, by Dr. OUAB.
. 0. KL1NI, 17 JuW'ry, Hew or, Post Omoe Boa
lloiS. . ep7;B
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November 1, 1861,
ir, SUBSCRIBERS' NAME3.
.v. i. .. .
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j. .1 :r ' t "... . 4 J I I
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PART OF THE STATE,
TTnion was originally forawd.
Publishers of the Ohio Statesman,
HIIADLEY tSc EBERLY
TTAVE REMOVED TO THEIR SEW
Ii eioaV ...
1.01. 250 and 252 South High Street,
and have associated with themselves WM. BIOHABDS,
under tbe Sim of
Headley, Eberly & Richards,
Forming One of the larrett Dry floods Houses in the
Weit. - .
This Hoote Is constantly receiving Hew Goods,
sachas - '.- ...: n..-
NEW STALES OF DRESS GOODS, '
IRISH1 srLK AND WOOL POPLINS,
" PLAIN AND FIGURED REPP OOoDS
n PLAIN AND FANCY SILKS;'- '
The Newest and Neatest stiles of
Hamilton' -Manchester and Pacifio
Delaines , . ;
In tho City, can lie found at .. ... . . ., .
HEADLEY, EBERLY it, RICHARDS.,
Balmoral Skirts, '
In great variety, J oat received by .... , j
. HEADLEY, EBERLY &' RICHARDS. -
' " - 'ALSO,
ZEPHYR WORSTEDS, .
, EMBROIDERIES, TRIMMINGS,
GLOVES & HOSIERY
- .? .- i
LADIES' CLOTH CLOAKS, j
' the Newest Styles, Jott received, and also asaat
HEADLEY, EBERLY & RICHARD3
' BILK acTXLTXT TXSTINOB,
MEERIMAO PBINTS, . HOOP SKIRTS,
COTTON CHAIN AND CARPET WARPS. . '
This flrai, havtnx adopted the Cash system In the pur
chase and salt of Qoods, are enabled to tell from 15 to SO
percent, lest than other houses ander tbe oredlt system.
HEADLEY, EBESLY & EICHAEDS,
250 and 253 South High Street, " -
,, coldutbua, Olilo.
oct8-dly e,,.. ' , . V , j
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
qpHR SCBBCR1BKH IIAVWU Ai.ii
X a least on tue aton
1 .1.1 v-i
lAtOlKDtd HUaVQ j. . ( . a U.i. rr-iV.i
" He it now prep.re4.to VLS Sllll
SloK w to salee of Real Xetate
rPeri Pioperty.at an, point, within twenty saUsa
lUMty : SrVttaaaj.! '
W. M. K1NT, Andtloaswr.
Domestic Cotton Goods.
BAIN & SON
OFFER tue most Extensive Assoru
meat of -
' Brown and Bleached Got on Flannels;
Bamsley Cotton Sheetings; .
Beleot Styles of Calico's and Tielalnei;
Tlckloirs, Shirtings, Ginghams, .
And Cotton Battings.
Also, Bltnketi, flannels,
Caulmeree, Cloak Ololhs, etc, etc.
Muoh below regular prices.
. , , . - BAIN at COM,
. octlfl . . 39 loath High Street.
- , Flannel fc hirtings.
PLAIN, PI. AID, STHIPEDotTWIIX.
E0. The most txttntlvt stock In the city .
. " Army Woolen Soots.
baker Ribbed Books. - 1
. Under Shirts and Drawers. .
Cotton and Uerlno goekt.
. . Golden Hill Shirts. ' . ' -
Cent's Kid Gloves.
' Grot's Linen Collars, Neckties.
BAIN SON, .
octlti No. 99 South High Street.
Tb Beat-Artificial Help te the
UumstB klsjbt arer lnveattad. -
.' JOSEPH B,' PESLEY,
PRACTICAL i SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN,
KEEPS THE LARGEST A9SORT
mant of the most improved kinds of Bpeotaolet.
All his Glastet, whether for near or far-sighted, sue
ground In eoncavo convex form with the greatest oare,
o ae to salt the Ires of all - otati. earing Wealmees
Duurineee er InnammaUon of the Xyee, aad ItaparUng
trengtb for long reading or floe sewing.
Office, 13 last State street, at Seltser Webster's
augS-dly - . 4
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
A.T P ROSE'S.1
IAOAlIw OFFER TO THB PUBLIC
"an tnUre new stock of Goods In say Una, Jutl purch
ased la New York at the oheaMtt panlo rates Jill of which
I shall sail at tha smallest nroflts. for Cash. Afy custom
ers and friends art respectfally Invited to eall and exam
ine aay Goods and Priest, at I am determined t tell as
oheap or ohoaper than any other house la the elty; and
as I do my own Cutting, and superintend my owa busl
ne I (eel assured .from my long experience Is boil
sees, to give general satisfaction. The flnett of work
men art employed, and all work dona strlotly to time and
on short notloe, and warranted to lit. Strangers vultlag
our etty would consult their Interest by giving me a call
before purchasing elsewhere. a. 08.
- - Merchant Tailor,
arB-dly.; :-iti v Cor. High an loan sts.
Henry .. zSLoolxlox
(Late of Phalon't Bttabllahmtnt, Sf T . ,)
iSroprietor op ine new vohk
X faahlonable Bbavlng, Hair Cutting, Bbampeoalng
Onrllng and Dressing Saloon, i
Bmth Bial St., orew Baln'a Btore,
whtre sallafacUon will be gtvea. itr. all he; vHol
Sidles' and Children's Hair Dressing doat la the beet
style. -' ' , '
aeplSdty J :e v. -Vim
aBNTLE nil N t i ' FtrtNtSHlNO
.GOODS. . c,r A
, v lovelttes la Ntok Tteeend ieuSi. .
" M Byron and Oarrott Collars.
. arc ? KmbtoUered Pookst Budkarobiefj,
. Parle KM Gloves, superior make. ,
Golden Hill Sblrtt, varlont ttyles
Driving and Street ttloveit, do I V
Hemmed Pocket HsndktrobieM; VAllOnt KtyltS.
Eall Uvea And Duder ManMuls, . .
aia at nun,
R. tt aU BAgk street