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COLUMBUS; OHIO, SATUR RAP 1861,
III C0LLAS PZ3 TUB,
' foTarUblj la AdTUiCtVai.
DAILY. TRI-WEitKLT AND WBXKLt
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MANYPENNY & MILLER, , ,
e D l I b'h J B B ; A? D PROP B II I O B I,
tr Office Dm. 86, 81 tad 40, Worth High It
TSRM8 INVARIABLE IN ADTAWOi
Daily 'U'j4....-'-' . --b CO per year
ay mo barrier, pr IHl, iiu
fti-Weokly . 8 5
X..
1 00
ents
u petrtir,
it
,fiu a' &dvertlaiji.T by the Square.
at square iyrai...g7U uu
One Hbkh.Ui. 18 OS
Jn " 6 months IS 00
in " 3 mouths 10 00
Jus " 8 uonthi H 00
Jot " I month.' . 00
One square 3 Mka. .$ 00
0i . IwMki., 3 00
On 1 mk... 1 75
0n "--ldjn.iroe
0ns ' 8dyi... 75
On K llnterUoai 30
l)Uplyed tilrorlliiratDti half mora Uin th kborc
AavtMnicht teoded !t.4 rldced In tha olumaof
8 rtHl XMttt,"doubliihi ordinary r
All uotloci rcqulreo to b publlihed ty Jaw, legil raUf.
Ii ordenil on tlialnildeeisliulTSlyiiMrthanntWMk
per con:, mors than the anon rutin ; but nil moh wil
tiienrln Trt-Weekly wiOMmtobarf. tc, ki ci
BuaincH Card, not oxoaedlnc nrtUnoi, Mr rear. In
1 lo, i H) per line; outalria if.
Noiicaa of maatlugi, olutrltatilaa oolatlai, tit oompa&N
0., half prire.
All irutuUiM adrertUemnti puut it. paid for in
'w TinrnlawllliiotbeTarlodfrom. )
Weeljly, ai Jlrica u the Bally, where the kdrettlMi
os the Wuukly alone. Where 'be Dally and Weekly
are both uied, then the charge lor the Weekly will be
lt the rutri of the Dally . . ! i . "
No arWertlMinent taken except for a definite period.
BUSINESS i CARDS
aiRiffruriiut riHc.
.rjIKH OHITTBMUU,
FIN tj ;& CHITTENbijIST,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,. .
S30 Wall Stroot,
(ODlcei of City Judge ) "
MEW YORK, " 1
Rtria to '
lloa. jaaiFi Monoilef, N. T. Superloi Court.' r
Hon. H. B. Payne, Oleveland, O. ,'
Uon. II U. Hauler, iaucaittr, O. '" 1 " "' '
nov'J 0m
..... F. A. B. SIMEI1I8, :
Attornoy n,t Ijci-w
; . . AND KQTARYrPUBLIC
Jlbco Aaiiwt Bnlld'lng, oppoilte Capitol Square.
OOLUMB0B, OniOJ
OBBOnNE,
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
. : ' ; J MARION, OHIO.
. tA. C. LILLEY
BOOK TJTNXyJZSTX
And ilank-Book JSIarmfanturer, ;
N0STB fllOH STBZBT, COLTJHBTJJ, OHIO
aurll-dlr . . --'
1861. 1861.
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
Connecting at Crestline with the f ITTBBCBGH; PT
WAVNE it CHICAGO RAILROAD
for Mttourgil, rhiladtlpUa and BaMmort. Alto
' for Fori Waynt and Chicago. ""J.
Connecting at Cleveland with the LAKE 81I0RJB BAIL-
" ' ROAD
For Dunkirk, nnfftalo, Albany. Bos.
j. tow, and New York.
, THREE TRAINS DAILY,
f .'.ilXOBW BCNDAT, !
From Oolttmbus, In connection with Trains on the f
"AMP X Bfk 1A RAILKUAPtl.
i - ..' HRET TRAIN.
'NWnt EXPREaBLeares Columbus at 3.i0 A.M i
will ieare psssengers'at all stations south of Gallon
top at Pelaware, Ashley, Cardlngton and Glkad, and
at all stations north of Gallon, arriving at Cleveland
at9:IMiA. M., Dunkirk 3:00 P.M., Buflalo 4:25 P. M.
- 2U?.n ? S0 ' M- l,n X're 8:3S A- Boston 8:30
P. M , Pittsburgh via Crestline 3:20 P. M , Phlladel
bla 5:10 A. U. Chicago via 0relllnat 7:00 P. M.
( -.. - BECOND TRAIN.
NJlTt T0RK EXPRB88-Leares Columbus at 11:10
a. m. ""iswp ati,ewis Centre, (ror White Sulphur
f- by, ew Loudon, Wellington and Graftbn, arrive at
Cleveland at 3:35 p. m.j Dunkirk, :30 p. m.i But
ulo, 10:SiJ p. m.; Albany, S:a. m.; NowYoik, 1-45
p. m.j Beaton, 4:40 p.m. This Train sonneetsat Bhel
by for Sandufky, and at CJafton for Toledo, arriving at
avnuv aaa v.iv f Ul t -
' . " V ; "THIRD TRAIN. ' '
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus
v- m. wm sup at ail stations Bouth oi
Bhelby, and at New London, Wellington, Grafton,
and Berea; arriving at Cleveland at ft'Jo p. m.i Dun
kirk, 2:00 a. ni.; Buffalo, 3:20a. m.; Albany, 8:20 p.m.:
newkora, ?aiO p. m.j Boston, 11.45 p m.: Pittsburgh,
WaCre.tllne,at ll:5Sp. m.j Philadelnhla, 1:00 o. m..
unicago, via Crestline, 0:45 a. m. This Train connects
at cueioy ior euiuuiiiy and Toledo, arriving at Toledo
at e:46p. m. - -;
Patent Sleeping Can are run on all
. lMigat Trains' to Chicago, New ,
r York and Boston.
Baetagt OueJctd Through lo Note York and Botton
ma xmwmajati)o,io riMaatlphiaanA
...i f ' i .uttowlortviaOrMlint.
; RETURNING.
. Night Express arrives at Columbus at... 11:13 P. M.'
Cincinnati hxcreas arrives at Oolumi,n n ni-sn a. M
,Acooaucodatioa Kxpress arrives at Oolumbus at 7:58
to
Fare aa Low as by any other Route
"' - A far Tiekrttina Cttttlintw, Ckvtlani.
;-,'-!
i ;
. E. 8. BLINT.
Buperlnteudent, Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTERSON, Agent,'
-.'t.n -u a-.. Columbus, Ohio. !
Colnmbns, June 17J8C1. v....j, .v-
"3-
EA QfLEBR ASS. WORKS,
W. B. POTTS S; CO,,
. tad Msnufacturers of Brass and Composition Castings
riuutwu ureas mora oi ail Descriptions.., .
Electro ,Platuig and ' Gililing !
TENCIL' CU TTlftC. tVC. I
febf'oWIy '
: J, ,,. A J'' ,.. .
IrHllESTIEAUXy
t (StrCCESSOIt TO McKEB RE3TISAUX)
No..-100; South '- High Street,!
OoX.T71kX.DT70, y;
TtOil.D TU ' u" v I
C n OC E R I E S PR ODU C E
pRovisipw;:
' . at JHWili .'-"A
Foreign' Mid Poirjesttc,. Fruits,
.ITLOUR, SALT, LIQUORS, ETC,
It
STORAGE & COMMISSION S
JlyU'
AU
VlCTORrtsa andcUrSfS we are
bw sailing at vary low prise, also all other kinds
fashionable rurs. . -rsia BAXia, i
eo8L( VV' ira-WttoathHIghis.
fk..4 u-jA tlliii.tifcl . tt',4
The IateitTha LarrestTha Beit.
The Cheapeit eonia the Beit, ,f
Tb mot Bellakia ktandard An-
'ttaoritr ! h EDKllita JLang-na().
- AAe Bundml Ombunt Bducatort of, Ohio,
"TUB DEBT INQLIBn PI0II0MABT IXTANT."
. rary Mm XnryviKtrt.
"Be are anwarde of a- Bund red thottiaai Word).
whoa nalMfariuwi meanlnn axd dertrattons. together
with that oorreot ipelUoi, and pronunetatkb are ojearjy
aet befora Lha ava.''
' ' 'HnttmaU Ommtrotdl
eet befora ih eje
Ml ttoVttlttont ef tfus Utmbtrt of tht Ohio Btatt
. , , itacntr t AuooMtion.
Th Bndertlrried. membera of the Ohio Stale Teachers'
aeonatlon. adoot and aim to on In teachlnc. wrltlnit
and speakini, the orlhoiraphy and Dronnneittlon of
woroeater's UbVal Qnarto Viotlonary. and we moat cor
dially recommend It kl the moat reliable itandard au
thority of th iDglUh language, as It la now written and
ipoken. c.
toaiw AnoRiws, Preildent Kenyon College.
M. D. I Eourrr, laperlntendent SanesvllleScliooli.
Tao. W. Haavir, Bop't Haul Ion Union Schools.
M. f. Oowdmt. Bnn't Pnblla Schools. Bsnduakr.
i loan IiTNcti, Sap'trubllo Bohoola, Clrolellle.
S. N. Saaroan, Principal Olereland Temal Semina
ry. f n, 7 . - -,
i wk. unroana, Bnp't Public Rcnools, KW Union.
John Owns. Prlndnal Stat Normal Bohool. Mlnae-
ota.
Otaos Nao, Prlnelpal fourth Intermedial School,
Olnolanatl.
H. B. llaaTui.Bnp't Canton Union Schools. . .
nwni Eaaau Principal HoNeely (lormal School.
Ku T. Tama, Prof. Mathematics, -Ohio Unlrenlty.
Wm, W. Kowaaos, Bop't Troy Union Bchool.
A. O. Boraixs. Prinelual West High Bchool. Cleve
land. . -'
8. A. HoaTrt, Associate Principal nigh School, Olere
land .........
lucopoaa Btirluo, Principal High Bohool, Oleve
land."n ;('.' V ! ;. .
B. r. HoKirroH, Principal Olereland Institute.
J. A. OaariatD, Preiideat of Electio Institute, Hi
ram.
W L. Ratals, Prof,, of Chemistry, Ohio Wesleyan
Unlreraltr
H. H. BaaaaT, Ix Oemmlisloner of Common Schools,
Ohio.
Jaaas Hoaaoa, Prof. Rhetoric, Oberlln College.
Twoa. II it J.. Predileni Antloeh Odlleea.
O. W. II. CaraoaaT. Prof. Mathematics, High
Bchool. Carton.
c. oauaaaoaa. Prof. Language, wgn ocnooi.
Dayton. ., .. . -
8. M. Baaiaa, Sup't union Schools, Ashland.
Mort than Bt Hundred othtr Pretidentt of OoTlf
gtt, rroftttort, AutAort ana vuunguunsa jmwxv
tori, ham endorsed Vu abon ttntimtnt.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
Bf arietta Colubb "It Is truly a magnificent work,
an honor to the author, th publishers, and the whole
ountry." President Andrew.
dim Wmn.BT.ii ffinrnaiTr ...'It exceeds mr expecta
tions. It will be my guide In orthography and pronun-
ill often be consulted by me for its Beat
and accurate definitions." President Thompson
R. Eoucno Collmi. "Heretofore we have used
Webster's orthography. At a recent meeting of our
Faculty, It waa decided to change It to conform to that
of Worcester's Royal Quarto Dictionary." President
Qarneld.
Wasraaa Rtnara Ooixxoi. "I find It worthy ol
oordlal approbation." President Hitchcock
. OatftLr Oolitaa. "It mora than meets my expeota'
:lons. I recommend It as th standard authority In
orthoepy to my children and my pupils." President
Morgan. ......
Aim oca Cotitos. "I adopt and aim to use In teach
tnsr. writina and speaking, the orthography and pronun
ciatloD of Worcester's Bxiyal Quarto Dictionary."
President Hill. ,: ;
"In all mr wrltlne. sneaking, and teaching. I hare en
deavored to conform to the rule for orthography and
pronunciation as contained In Worcester's Dictionary.'
Horace aiann, late rresiueni
Kxktow OoLLiat. GaKbiir. l,I most cordially recom
mond It a th most reliable standard authority of the
Bngllsh language as It la now written and spoken'."
President Andraws.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO
From Set. Anton Smyth; CommUttoner of Common
ecjwott n vnio.
"Th Dictionary Is an Imperlshabl monument to the
learning and Industry of It author, and an honor to the
world of Utters.. The mechanical execution Is far supe
rior to that of any other Lexicon with which 1 am ac
quainted."
From Bon. H. B. Barney. Ro- Commissioner oj
bUlMU tn VMO.
The moat reliable itandard authority of the lan
guage.1'
WHAT TOT
Lrfaiirui Newspapers of Ohio Say.
. From the Cleveland Berald AfarcA 38
Th orthography of th Worcester Dictionary is that
3 I . 1 . . -,, BHhAM A, rit.tln-TlnH ,n ,,.
U3FU VJ mOTi, II U ! "'- -
country and England, and conforms to tho general usage
of ordinary writers ana sponsors. .
Wh.m.r nrelndlces mar have existed previously
careful study of thta volume will Invariably be followed
bv a warm appreciation oi iu gre menu, nu a uu.n.
to add It to th well selected library, be it large or small,
Itiaallbrar In Itself, and will remain an imporuna-
bl record of the learning of it compiler.
Iromtht Cincinnati Commercial of April SO
Tr are nnwarda of a hundred thousand words good,
bad and Indillerent whose multifarious meanings and
derivations, together with their correct spelling and pro
nunciation, are set oieariy oeiors iue eye- "
unauestlonabiy the greatest Thesaurus of English Words
ever published.
From the Cleveland Plaindealer of Sept. 80, I860.
CrMcnrir Wnlnrm'l RoYAL ODARTO DfOTIOIURV
mat onlv th laid, but the bsbt work of the bind ever it-
mid, and can by so possibility suffer by comparison or
controversy. . ? ; . , y ' .
From the Tbledo Blade of Hay S9
A to raoKO-ctaTioa, WoaorsTia is ths Staadawo
rnlinwed hw our beat authors: In definitions be leaves
nothing to be desired, and In Orthookafiit it Is sufficient
say that worcxsttr ean oe saieiy louowen.
INOHAtri & BRAGG.
Pnblialicrs, Bookaeilera&smtlonorae
NO 101 STJPZRIOR ST., 0LETELAND, OHIO.
mai9 ' - " ' ;' " '
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE - COMPANY
. ; OP
Nowarls.v'Kr. T .
Dividend January l, 1 80 U 48 Per Cent
83,812,530 50
It 1861s
......3,405,582
ABBETB-.
Statement January
Balance, per statement Jan. 1't, I860,
Reoelved. for rremiums aur-
Ing the j ear ISO .....b3,wa
Reoelved for interest during
th year 1BU0 mi.ou i
Total reoelols for 1800....i977,007 74
Paid 0 laima by Doith,2G7,05B 00
Paid Policies turren- , . . .
derod 41, m
Paid Salaries, Port- - ,
age. Taxes, Ex
chance, eto....... 8l,Z0 54
Paid Commiasiont to , .
Agents 51,323 J
Paid Physlciana feet. 5,IKW 7S
Paid Annuities 1.517 00
Paid Dividend, dur
log th jear ...,,.100,500 75. 505,091 03
411,974 14
Vet Balance .January 1st. IS61 '..,.',3yBIW58 SO
"' i'i si n AfiSVXM.
Cash on hand...., 18.0284 10 ' '
BondsandalortgagesonHetil 1 .,
1ua,.,A -an.4h itniihl. Ih. 1 ;
amount loaned B.'jrtMl AH
Premium Notes, on Pollciee .... . .
In foroe, only drawing tt per - . -.
cent. Interest............ 1.S79.H04 17 ,
Real Xttate 90,893 S7
LoansonBorlp. ......... ...a, 8,93J 44
Premiums, Notes ana uaaa, id
court ot transmission. i. 45,343 1i .
Total Atseti $3,810,550 50
TsSTS Pollcie. In fores, Insuring.. .....0,4.i,ii38
1,435 new Policies bar been Issued daring the year.
After a careful calculation of th present valoe) of th
outstanding Policies of th Company, and haras; th
sjocestary amount In reserve therefor, th Dtnutor
have declared a Dividcmd of 45 per oent. on the Premi
ums paid at the table rates, to all policies for life tta force.
Issued prior to January 1, 1H60, payable aooordintt to ths
present rati of th Company. .
Rates for all kinds of Life Contingencies, Pntapedt
ases, Statements, and Applications, will be fusatlehesl
without OHAaas, at th Otuce or Agencies ot the Coat-
'." t ROBT. I.. PATTKRBON, Praslasat.
' L. O.GROVER, Vice President.
BIN J. 0. MILLBR, Secretary.
11. It. HEESOlt, Agent,
,(.,,jv -.wo. Jonnson Bioea,
UarchSS, 1861.,
. Columbus, 0.
P1V AIM i fl 1 ' FIGCBEll BLACK
DRIBS BILKS, of arerv grads Th moat ssltcl
aasertsant lo the city, and at moat reasonable rates, t
S . it ,i r . SAIN SeSOI, '
apifll-i "(Jllo.ttSoslUgliattt,.
A vpt'q Sn fcli n!i ill 1 ii
A comDound remcdv. dcsiimca to bo the mont
rflVctual Alterative that rnn ho nindo. It t
concentrated extract of I Para Saraepurillo, J
no" combined ' with -wuher ' abtnnoa of Mill
greater alterative power as to afford an tlic.
tlvo antiaote lor tho amensea onrsnpuruia is
roputed to cure. It U Mlevmt ueii a
remedy i wanted by " those -wl.ft Buffer i'lnm
Stiuraoua comnlaints. and that ono vdiicli will
ncrotnplish their cure muat prove of immense.
service to tins largnciais oi our anucicu iuuuw
citiena. How completely this compound will
do it lias been proven by experiment on many
of the worst cases to. be found of the following
complaints: (
SCllOFULA AND BCROPttOUa U'0MPI,AIST8,
EitunioN and Eruptive Diseases, TJicuiii,
fiMPLKs, Llotciies, -Tumors, Saliv Ritni'ii,
Scald IIbad, Syphilis and Syphilitic Ar
rBOTions, Mercurial Disbasb, Ditoi-sv, Nku
raloia on Tie Douloureux, Debilitt,- Dyspepsia-
AKri" Indigestion, EnisirEiA, Rose
or St. Anthony's Fihe. and indeed the whole
class of complaints arising irrn Impunity, up
tub Blood. . - a u Ju'. C "A C
This compound will D6 jliund a great pro
moter of health, when taken in tho spring, to
expel the foul humors 'which jfosror - in tne
blood at that season of the year. By tho tune-
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
aro nipped In the bud. Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves trom
tho endurnnce of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through which, the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
tins through the natural channels oi uie Douy
bv an alterative medicine. Clcanso out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin mpimpics, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when you find it U ob
structed and sluszish in the veins ; clcanso it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you -when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing tho blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and an is well ; duc wuu tins
pabulum of life disordered, there con be no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaporilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been cgregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drua
nlono has not all the virtua. that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaporilla,
or any tiling else.
Dunne late years the public iiavo been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of lixtract oi HarsnparUla lor ono aoiiar. aiosc
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
they, not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilln. hut often' no curativo nronorties whatov-
cr. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed tho use of the vnnous extracts of
Sarsanarilla which flood the market, until the
hame itself is justly despised, and has become
HVnonymous with imposition and cheat. uu
wo call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to- supply such a remedy as shall rescuo the
name from tho load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And we think we have ground for
bdievingithas virtues which are .irresistible
by tho ordinary-run of the diseases it is intend-
cd to cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication' from the system , tho remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
the bottle.
prepared nr
DR. J. C. AYEU & CO.
LOWELL, MASS.
Price, $ 1 per Dottle Six Bottle for $3
Ayer's Cherry JPectoral
hns won for itself such a renown for the cure of
every variety of Thro.it mid Lung Compliant, that
it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been em-
tiloved. As it lias 10112 been 111 constant use
throughout this section, we need not do moro than
assure the nennio its ouuiuv is Kent ud 10 me uesi
it ever has been, and that it mny bo relied on lo
dolor their relief all it has ever been lound to uo.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR T1TE CCEB OF
Cosllocness, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Iii'.lijcstion,
Dysentery, Foul Stomach, Biystpchis, Jlradac'ic,
Piles, Rheumatism, Lruptwns una .v.(;t jjisens,
Liver Conwlatnt. Vromir; letter, inmors a ril
Salt Ithtnim, Worm, uoitt, Neuralgia,
Dinner l'ill, ami for rurtfyuij the tiuml.
They are sttgnr-oonteil, so that the most kiim,
tivo can take tlictn pleasantly, nrnl tlicy niJ the
best aperient m the worm lor an tne purposes 01 a
family physic. , . -
Price 3 cents psr lor; nro fcasti ior :;iu,
("treat tiumliprs of Clcrevnacn, P!i vsiciuns. Rl it f -
men. and eminent ncrsonneci. nave 1111c umr.
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of thrsa
remedies, but our space Hero will not permit .:
insertion of them. The Acents lielow named f,i
nish gratis our American Almanac i;i wliuli Uu?
are given ; with also full descriptions of tiie niio-. o
complaints, and the treatment that snoitia do io
lowed lor tlicir cure. .
- Do not be put 01F by unprincipled dcnlets-T.ii.i
other preparations they niaUo more pi-iait-on.
Demand Ayeh s, and take no others. Iwc s:
wdnttlie best aid there is for them, ami they slr .'i
have it. , .
AH our remedies-are for salo by : " ; '
" BOBIRTB at 8AU0KT., Oolumbns
And bv Druggists and Dealer everywhere.
nov9:lrd,Uftw .
1
.,
NEWARK ' MACHINE WORKS,
, KBV7ARK OHIO, .'. : . ' ' ,
Rlannfacturera at all kinda ol Pi
table and Ktatlonary Stoani F.n-
(insti Haw IHllla, Grist JUIIls,
stcc.s cVC.
LANE BODLSi Beattnt B. S I. BLAND TBeateni
. etJ.B. DVT ALL Beaten I 'I COLUMBUS
' MACBINSCO. Beaten tilt BRADFORD 1
- - ACO. Btatenllllt ': .k-b
Osr Portabls Engine and t!aw Kill. ;
Was awarded the Srst premium of 950 al the Indiana
State lair for 1860 over Lane As BodJey't on, account ol
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior character of Itimbet sawed.' '
Oar Stationary Inglne was awarded at th same Fall
the Aral premium of $WW. rt. '.
Oar Portable Xnglne was awarded the first premium ol
100 at the Fair at Memphis. Tenn., over Blandy's Du
vail', Colambaa Machine Co'.., and Bradford It Oo's.
by a committee of practical Railroad Engineer, i j
For pile and terms address -' -
, W1LLARD WARJI-tR, Treasurer, I
dec3-d.wlyeols. v - ,,i , Sewark.Ohio,
1 IMiei Linen Pooket-Handk'f.
rruniinEDSTiTcnEif liiven hand
JLjL kerchiefs, very wide hems. "'- -' " " I
Bmbroide red Linen Ilandk'S all price. ' f .
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, . nd but One Change of Carl betweeo
, .C'J c i Columbus and St. Lonls. ,J'C 'J.
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On and tAf terr Monday, November
i 11,' 1861;
Four Trains Daily from Columbus.
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NIOUT EXPRESS, via Utyton, at 9a. m., stopping
at London, Xenia, Dayton, Ulddletown and Hamilton,
arriving at OlnclnnaU at 7:40 a. m.; and at Dayton at
S (i.r.. m.: connntina at Cincinnati for Louisville, Vln-
cennes, St. Louis, snd all point Southwest; arriving
ht St. Louis at 11:30 p.m.; connecting at Dayton for
Indianapolis, Lafayette, Terr Haute, Chicago, and all
point Welti arrlviog at Indianapolis at 10:40 a
1 A SECOND TRAIN,
'ACCOMMODATION al3:?0 a. m , stoiiplhg at all na
tions between Columbus. Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:33 m.,and at-Dayton aU
8:32 a. m connecting at Cincinnati with Mall JLine
Stetmboate for L-uUvllie, and at Dayton for Indianap
olis and th West. ... . . ' .
"' THIRD TRAIN.
EXI'ItK?S at l:55p. m., stonplna at Jefferson. Lon
don, Charleston, ieola, Uorwin, Morrow, bo, Lebanon,
Poster's, Love land ana Minora, arriving at uincwnau
at 0:45 p. m.,at Dayton at B p. m. connecting at CIn
with the Ohio and alissualppl Tralo for Louisville, Via
eennes,, St. Louis, etc, etc., arriving at St. Lonls at
10:45 a. m.: connecting at Dayton for Indianapolis, La
Halt I. r,hL,.nnB-J all Mlnli Wm.
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P
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Columbus. .
l P. W. BTHADKK,
, General Ticket Agent, Cincinnati.
JNO. W. D0HRRT7, '
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E. W. WOODWARD,
Buperintendent, OincinnatL
Columkuj, Nov. 10, 1801..
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[Correspondence of the Cincinnati Enquirer.]
INTERESTING MISSOURI LETTER.
PARTICULARS OF FREMONT'S REMOVAL.
ST. LOUIS, November 12, 1861.
Tt th Editor 0 the Enquirer: T (' ' '
' In my last letter I promised you the particu
lars of General Fremont's removal and Bis very
llugular oonduot. ; The narration whloh I send
you I from the report oi the bearer of dispatch
es, Captain McKeony, to General Curlii., .
On the 29th of Ootober.lGeneral Curtisi re.
oelved. from tbe President, per Mr, Swett, a
former lair partner of. Mr Lincoln, an older
from Lieutenant-General Winfleld Soott, di
rected to Mnjor-General J. C. Fremont, "to turn,
over the command of the Department of the
West to Major, General J. Hunter, and to re
pert himself, by letter, immediately to head
quarters at Waauitigton'. Accompanying thla
order were instructions from tbe Exeoutlve to
General Curliss, viz: "If decided victoty.had
betn icon, a lubttauUal battle ami sol a mere tktr-
m'tk suing on, or if General Fremont tea in the
xmmtuiaic pretence uie enemy, anu aosuitoyue
battle, then these orders not to be delivered."
Thtte orders mean, tbe one to r retuont sonouooi
ing his superaedure, end another to General
Hunter appointing him to tbe command
General Uurtias detailed Captain J. 0. 110
Kenny, Adjutant of the Seoond Iowa, as tbe
bearer of tbe dispatches. Captain McKeoDy
wag dressed in a secesh uniform, and carried the
dispatobes and a general pass from General
Uurtias iq. tbe top ot bis cap, Wilt) complete
instructions as to bis mode of procedure, Cap
tain McKenoy left St, Louis on tbe morning of
the 31st, Thursday, arriving at Rolla at six
o'clock in the evening. Ho left Rolla at eleven
M and arrived at Springfield Saturday
morning at daylight, going through tbe lines
with tbe messenger of tbe Express Company.
Captain MoKenny found every thing quiet, and
no "lajiug on arms," or apprehensions ot a
fight. He discovered that no battle had taken
place or victory won, nor was any battle going
on. He then made diligent inquiry of a h eder-
al soldier, who, taken prisoner by Prioe, at
Lexington, bad been released in exchange, and
being tbe bearer of a (leg of truce from Fre
mont to Price, and bad returned from his errand
the evening previous. Tbe soldier replied:
'Tbe enemy are forty miles distant from spring'
field, below Crane's Creek, toward Caesville.'
Tbe Captain inquired: "Dj you think Price in
tends to make a fight 1" Answei: "Think be
will, but be is goiog to select bis own grounds."
Tne CapUiu tben inquired of Colonel Richard
son, in coninuud ol the Missouri scouts, and a
number ol others, all corroboratiag tbe state-
meat of the soldier, that the enemy were fully
forty miles awav. Adjutant McKenuy was ful
ly satisfied that General Fremont waa "not in
tbe immediate presence ot the enemy, about to
give battle." tie then repaired to headquarters
to deliver his orders Approaching tbe senti
nels he was informed that all messages, eto ,
for the Major-General must be delivered
through Colonel Eaton, bis Adjutant General!
Captain McKenny called on Colonel Eaton, who,
alter a long delay, gave the Captain an audi
ence. Colonel Eaton inqnired: "What is tbe
nature of tbe information jou have for General
Fremont?" The Captain replied: "My infor
mation is for General Fremont alone." .Colo
nel Eaton went in, and for some time bad a con
versation with General Fremobt, and upon re
turning demanded of tbe Captain that tbe infor
mation should be imparted totrtn.and received
the reply: "I tell you, sir, distinctly, that my
intormation is for General Fremont alone."
Colonel Eaton returned to the General, and af
a brief interview the bearer 01 dispatches
was admitted. It was now about ten o'clock in
the morning. Tbe General was standing near
tbe fire-place, apparently agitated. Alter aalut
log the General, the Captain said: "Geberal
tremont, my name is McKenny. I have dis
patches lor you." The General made no reply,
but seizic2 tbe dispatches, hastily tore onen tbe
envelope, and with increased agitation read tbe
order, a deep flash crlmsoniDg bis faoe, while
his entire frame trembled with nervousness
After reading the order, tbe General, with
much violence, threw the "seal of his destiny"
on the table, and with sternness accosted tbe
Captain: "Sir, how did you get admission into
the lines!"
Captain McKenny "General, I came through
with tbe express messenger."
General rremont "Did you have a pass,
sir!"
Captain McKenny ''None, oir, except a gen
eral pass from General CurtiBS."
tieneral rremont (pacing tbe room) "l ou
can retire, sir, tor tne present,"
Colonel Eaton was summoned to tbe General's
presence, and the bearer of dispatches retired
earing tbat lienors! rremont would not an
nounce bis supersedure, tbe Captain Immedi
ately . inlormed General Sturgi), Major Tbrall
(Surgeon;, -and others, oi Ueneral rremont'
removal, and General Hunter's promotion to
the command, adding that he was the bearer
tbe dispatches. Just as he had concluded Colonel
Eiton emerged from the General's room,
and taking the Captain aside, eaidt wOn bebalf
of the Major General, you are requested not to
make known tbe supersedure of General Fre
mont for the present, for certain reasons. The
Maior-General feels hurt at general Curtiss for
sending the dispatches of such magnitude by a
civilian. Tbe ueneral and myaeit supposed,
from yonr dress and appearance, that you had
important information irom the enemy." Cap
tain McKenny replied, "No, sir, 1 am an offi
cer of tbe United States Army," and then ex
hibited General CnrtiSB' pass, in which was giv
en the bearer's rank am title
Tbe Captain then remarked to Colonel Eaton
that he had Important .dispatches for General
Hunter, and must have transportation and a
mtss through the lines. . -
Colonel -baton repuea : "i oan not pass any
one through the lines, nor will General Fremont
issue a pass to any person. The General is
greatly surprised that you effected a passage
through tbe pickets when he had given strict
and positive orders not to pass any one except
on bis special order, l may be ao'e to send a
man to pass you ont."
Captain ivicn.enny " mat win oo."
It now being evening, Colonel Eaton intro
duced Captain McKenny to Colonel Wood, who
waetoturnisb transportation. Colonel Wood
went to see Colonel Kicbardsen, and did not
return until about nine o'olook, when Captain
McKenny Inquired about ths transportation,
In a blustering and excited manner Colonel
Wood replied: "I did not understand that you
wanted it to-night," and being assnred by tbe
Captain that be wanted it immediately, Colonel
Eaton, who bad been sent for, answered: "We
doubt our authority now to -Issue your trans
Dortation. as General Fremont has turned over
his command to General Hunter, as you will
see by this circular," which the Colonel pro
duced. Colonel Eaton added that be had.no
information wbere Hunter was, but supposed
be was on the Buffalo R-ad, and tbat a copy
of General Fremont's circular had been already
sent to General Hunter, which copy General
Hunter never received. After the first appeal
to pass through the lines, Colonel Eaton saw
General Fremont, and returned with an answer
that tbe General was passing no one through.
A seoond appeal-the Captain found equally
fruitless, and concluded to try ano'her method.
He called npon Colonel Richardson, and made
known his business, and the efforts being made
to prevent him from going through tbe lines.
Colinel R. furnished the Captain two borses
snd a guide, and the two started at eleven
o'clock toward Buffalo. 'The first guard was
passed by means of tbe countersign, wnion tne
Captain had overheard Colonel Laton give to
an officer. ' Coming up t tbe second guard,
the Captain was overhauled by the Corporal of
thA Rnarrl. Who demanded' to see the pass.
Captain McK. alighted from his. horse, and,
vaptaia jui-Ai,. -- ,
flourishing the pass of Central Curtiss in front
nf a blaaint? fire, remarked that he was in peafc
" . n t..i ir . l.l.
baste tO intercept vseu,era uuuict wuu "pvr;
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tant dispatches. , The corporal passed the Cap
tain through tbe lines by sending a sentinel
along to the onter pickets. . . t..,
Captain MeKennv rodo all nlaht. and arris.
Ing at Buffalo, could learn nothing of General
nunteri ana leaving word with Major Wright
that he bad important dispatobes lor General
Hunter, be coniinued on toward Bolivar.
When about ten miles on the road . he was over
taken by the Major, who announced General
Hunter' arrival at Buffalo. Captain McKenny
returned and delivered bis dispatobes about
twelve o'clock M. After dinner General Hun
ter, in so ambulance, prooeeded to Springfield,
arriving there about nine o'olook at night.
Captain McKenny returned the following morn-
I, when he found all the offloeri making their
calls on the new commander, and congratulat
ing him noon bis promotion. The harmony
was general. There was some muttering among
the troops, but not tbe tligbteat insubordina
tion, no laying ou arms through tbe night, no
tbrowlLg down of aims on tbe evening previous
or morning alter, and not a tingle fff.cer tltreat
tntd lo resign.. General Hunter la esteemed
snd beloved by tbe entire army, and the expres
sion is universal that the troops are entirely
satisfied with aby change tbe Government may
doom bei-t for the Interests of the service. Up
to Monday night, when the Captain left,
this good leeling and eatisfactoiy harmony pre
vailed. '" . -, ;,
General Hunter, bearing that the advance
guard ot, the enemy were on Wilson's Creek,
sent out two regiments of infantry and one of
cavalry, who scoured tbe country for twentv-
five miles and discovered no signs of the enemy,
nor bad Price's army been in that vicinity at
all. The false fabrications that have emanated
from the "Bohemian Brigade," particularly the
correspondence of the St. Louis papers, has
been denounced in unmeasured ter-us by Oeu
eral Hunter, with every probability of an arrest
ot several ot these gentry, who have been riding
over tne State, ted and provided tor in every
respect by Uncle Sam, npon tbe special order 0
General F foment. This game has now "played
out," and the forwarding of any correspondence
whatever, without tbe General's approval, has
been iuterdioted. A more complete somersault
was never known than the correspondence sent
over tbe country on tbe day of Fremont's re
moval and departure from camp, and that which
appeared irom tbe same pens tbe day after Uen.
Iluuter took command. .
Tne first mistake General Fremont, made
was the refusal to reintoroe General Lyon at
Springfield, when Lyon occupied the building
in which Gen. Fremont received bis order of
supersedure. Truly a singular incident of
retributive justice!
For several days a report has been. circulated
here that when near Warsaw General Fremont
received a dispatch from General McClellan
authorizing the General to resume his com
mand. Tbls report baa been circulated by mem
bers of his tatT. The whole it a fabrication, as 1
know Irom official eouroes. On the oontrary,
General McClellan telegraphed General Curties
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to arrest Col. Phinoey for leaving Springfield
.1. Annn turn i -i ,i I
W1LU jOVV VVU, mil Uli U11CT Villi! IOKTC I HTIJf I
way connected with that tramaclion As General
Fremont ordeied Colonel Phinney to remove
that money afttr be wag relieved of bis com
mand, bis arrest was Included in tho dispatch,
but subsequently withdrawn. Oa yesterday a
telegram came trom General McClellan to Gen
eral Curtlss to arrest Frans Krappner (tbe indi
vidual who figures so conspicuously as superin
tendent of tbe fortifications) and all others who
Interfere In tbe slightest degree with the exe
cution of instructions issued by him es com
manding General. General Curtlps is instruct
ed also to take into custody tbe Wheaton corps,
and to preserve at all hszirds tbe good order
and supremacy of military authority. All
these parties tbus arrested "to be retained In
custody until the arrival of Maj.-General Hot-
leek who is atngned to the command of the Ue
parlment 0 th Wett " Tbls announcement
nt.....i t C 1 1Lrola.1la, AnAm ,
jDai0.te that Fremont's removal was eilner ten
ter UnTir n that Yn a mrntTerfd to be reinstated
of
General Halleck will arrive bere witbin a week,
when a new and efficient state of affairs will be
inaugurated.
Colonel Gurley is axsigned to duly by the
Commander in-Chief Goneral Hunter, in the
superintendence of tbe exchange of prisoners,
lie hae uon nearly one thousand prisoners In
charge to exchange under tbe terms of tbe ne
gotiation entered into between Gens. Fremont
and Pace. Col. U. la very efficient in toe dis
charge of bis duties, and thus far has given en
tire satisfaction.
Major A. W, Hendricks and bis clerk, Cipt
W. W. Collins, both well known in Cincinnati,
have been transferred from thla department to
Louisville, Kentuoky.
All tbe guns recently repaired and rifled by
Greenwood & Co., for Colonel Wright's Thir
teenth Missouri Regiment, have been rejeoted
and returned. At the first fire the hammeiB
broke off near the spring. '
At Benton Barracks there are at present sev
en thousand troops in a fine state of drill and
- ,. v . j r. , o-u.
perfection. Yesterday afternoon a sham fight
place between the Second Iowa Regiment
a reeiment of cavalrv. The maneuvering
was highly creditable, and fully demonstrated
that lu au actual engagement tbeie different
arms of the service would prove themselves ex
ceedingly efficient. The firing, charges and
various movements in cbangiog position couia
not be excelled by regular. At the conclusion
General Stronz. who with his staff was present,
complimented tbe troops in a very deemed
manner.
General McKinstry will be in St. Lou's to
morrow, on his way to Washington, where be
Is instructed t) report immediately. This will
terminate General McKlnstry's military career.
In my last letter 1 referred to the contradic
tion of Leooidas Huekeli, a member of. Fre
mont's staff, that he was purchasing muloa for
the Government. I belose you a copy of a
letter from Haskell to Colonel Woods, and bis
replyt ' '-v ' ' "" '
"ST. LOUIS, September 25, 1861.
"Col. I. C. Vfoodt, Director of Trantptrtation:
"Dear Sib Previous to Captain Tarnley's
taking charge of tbe Quartermaster's Depart
ment, I had made an arrangement with Gen.
McKinstry to furnish a certain quantity of
mules for Government, about one-half of which
I have delivered, and before you enforoe the
rigid rules of advertising (as I am informed
-.mi Inianrl in dn .. aa an ant of iuatice to mvself
and to others witu wnom t nave engagements,
ask that yon may examine and cause to be In-
spected all that 1 may otter up to baturday
"L. HASKELL."
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Oa the following day .Col.. Woods made the
following indorsement! . ;
"The inclosed application of Mr. L. Haskell,
in whioh he states that a verbal arrangement
bad been made with.-. Brigadier-General J.
McKinstry to buy mules of himself and friends
in open market, but with no oontract (but only
a verbal understanding, aa before stated), is re
spectfully referred to Capt P. T.Turnley, with
the recommendation that his (Capt. Tarnley's)
Inspector be directed to examine the mules,
and, if found good and at fair prioes,. some
thing be done, if consistent, to prevent actual
loss from the Terbal agreemeot of General J,
MoKinstry, or verbal understanding, i
"I. C. WOODS,
"Colonel and Director of Transportation.!
.Sntmber 26. 18C1." i f I t
Thi morhlns- the chief clerk who was under
General McKinstry, while the latter was Quar
termaster, has been arrested by order of tiene
ral McClellan, and will be sent to Washington.
An order for tbe arrest oi nis casnier bat been
started after that gentleman, now at Spring
field. Other important arrests are-Speedily -to
follow. All the books and papers belonging to
General McKinstry have been seised and are
to be forwarded to Washington to morrow.' .
Col. Blair has telegraed that ha will be
home In St. Louis to-morrow night, and imme
resume the command ot his regiment.
SAINT LOUIS.
We regret to notice that Dr. Edward Brooks
Everett, a son of Hon. Edward, Everett, died at
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! the residence of bis father, Snmmer street, yes-1
terday at tbe early age of thirty-one yeaTs.
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Table and Pocket Cutlery.
i especially invite the attention of all InUraated to
took of Pocket and Tabla Cutlery, and
SILVKK PLATED lOUItt,
Table, De86rt, and Tea BpOOllS,
'
Butter Knives, &3., . .
ol ttOOIRRs BRO'B. Manufacture, warranted to
sitra heavy, Ilactro-Plated, on genaln Albatta. - ;
Country Merchant, Uechanloa, and others, an iovlteJ
o call and examine myStock, at I am prepared to sell
holesale and Retail. W1U. A. GII.I.. '
Oolumbus, Ohio, May 8, IriOO.
PROF. L. MILLER'S
HAIR INVIGORATOR
An Effective, 8afe and Economical
Compound,
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAI8 ;
To Its original color without dyeing, and prevention
stair irom turn ing grey.
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS, '
And curing It, when then It th least particle of vltall
or recuperative energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUK
And all cutaneous affections of the Scalp.
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR
Imparting to It an nneqaled gloss and brilliancy, uaklDf
It soft ana silky In its texture, and eaualng It to cur
readily.
Th great celebrity and increasing demand for thla .
equaled preparation, convinoea the proprietor that two
trial iaouly necessary to saU.fy a discerning public of us
superior qualities over any other preparation In us It
eieauses ths head and scalp from dandrtaif anu other
cutaneous diseases, causing th hair to grow luxuriantly
giving It a rich, toft, glossy and flexible appearance, an '
also, where the hair Is loosening and thinning, It will gir
strength and vigor to the roots and restor the growth to
hose part which have become uaid, caaalng U to jield
resh covering of hair.
Thar ar hundreds ot ladle and gratleaua tn (few
fork who have had their hair restored by Uie ase of Uin
Invlgorator, when all other preparations hare tailed . L.
M. has In his possession letteis Innumerable laatirylng
ui u. wvi. uu--, iivu, pcravaa. a, uie nigiieat reueecia
bility. It will enectuliy pre rent th hair frosa turning
unUl the latest period or life; and In oases when lu hair
has already changed its color, tn as of th Inri,(oratnr
lilifdLU,?oWrn, "I"' v
Ing It a oark. glossy appearano. Aa aperfum for lh
touetanda Hair Restorative it U paiUouisriy rewo,
took mended, having an agreeable fragrance; and the gre. i st
and ellltte It afford in diesslug the hair, which, when molsi
with tb Invlgoraior, ean M dreassd la any mqalred
form so a to preserve Its plsce, whether plainor In carl
hence the gnat demand for It by the ladles aa a standard
tolietartlcle which none ought to be without-, the price
places It within th reach of all, being
Only Twenty-Fivs Cents ' "
per bottle, to b bad at al; reepecubl Druggists and
Pertaimere.
, ,
L. MILLER would call th attention of Parents and
Guardians to the use ot hit Invlgorator, tn cases where
tbe children' hair Incline to be weak. Th bm f it
lay. the foundation for apoodAead of hair, as j. n.
move any tmpuriue that may hart beowae cnnectl
with th scalp, lb removal t which I aaoeaaary soli,
for th health of tb child, and th future appearanc of
ItaBalr. , - -. j . :
Oacttos. None genaln without th tao-stmlle LOUIS
MILLER being on Ihe outer wrapper; also, L. MIL
LHR'S HAIR milrORATOR, if. X., blows to U.e
glass. . ,
Wholesale Depot, 56 Dey street, and soi l by al. tha
principal Merchants and Dragglsta throughout tb world
Liberal discount to purchasers by tn nuaattty .
I also desire to present to the Amsiican Pabllo say
btxw ajtd ixrsovsn nrsTAjrrAsxoirs
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, after yean of sdrotlfto experimenting, I have
brought to perfection. It dye Blaok or Brown instantls
without Injury to th Hair or Skins warranted the best
article ot in tina in existence.
PRICE, ONLY 50 CENTS." "'
UeDOt. 00 JJeV at- 1BF York
KJit7u J ' " ' p
octtMdfcwly.
EXTnAOnDMY ; BARONS
10 SB BOUTH - BIQH iraXEXY vi
AnJfC NOW OWJUTtXNVi
1,090 yard. Saner Pl.ln Bier Bilks at l 00 value
1 83 Pr yard-1 - ' ; wW v.
SsSOO yards Travelicg Dress and llaatl Goods
IS ! Cent vale 20 etntl par yard.
3,000 yardt Whit Brlllientes at' 1? ! enlt
value 80 cent. jr ,'afd. , . ., r
3sO0 yard Fin and DosaeaUo Olnghanu greatly an
der vaiae. '' -'
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LARGE AND DESIRABLE LOTtit OF
HOZAXBIQITES. fiALZORTXESJ , , " ' .
vnjiiii.ig, vju"a-j -!
V jCNQLISH BAREGES, IAVEtlAI, ' , ,,
-.i wvlAWBI, OAaiC07JS,h IOriIS8, i
tANp:;AtC:dTHcii;
: Nvw and Fas iMcmrable SravM Oood
la th most dMtrabl style sad at vary loams prior.
. 'g t ,.. r :- : '. 1 i 'V ' ' r-i"l "J
Of all matariala. Bad la th most styllah measnef afH '
tb latest Farla. Iaaaions-'aa.mosjt (legmnt style
f'-.n t""eAHw it 9ok,
toil , tie. loath mh street.
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