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- TUESDAY KO&NISO. MOV. 19.
18C1.
The Capture of Messrs. Mason and
Slidell.
..Lr-
It nnartooa some' ttiri
, rebel ConfedMji 'M 'flUp&toh.a JiH"
1 .' if...f VIrirlnle.Ana Jw 8uuiitLoo.
4art, epeeUI tommUrfOMre lo England and
'"'rrtioi.1 The report a tbat they had pot to
't iv.-: .tMm: ashvitle. and tbala United
.... THII1 IU DtWH sent ui uu...--
Ml 1 1 . 1 MIMlL
i ... ..- v..in. hMi WrA f -tbem for
tome
i$ Europe. v " '
n.k-m however, ihettri Terr Uiese
".bel rienltfoteDtUrlof' ttr6rdlnry nJ ton
ritam, nowver, we. v
;E,..:. ,Tk-haJ theulv tfnaferred torn
:tbt Naavlll,r.. ta cm British teaiel.and
-""t nfl lo QOther;nd at last Commodore Wiutis,
or the U. B. ateamet Ban Jacinto, returning
. tfai coast of Africa, bos on their trail, and
jiietethanJed thea oH Bermuda. Tiring a shot
acros the bowl, of the British packet, he
. brooght her to, lent a partv on board, captured
tbe Ceofederie .Minister and arrived with
tbem at Fortress Monroe on Friday, tbe l5lh
ltiat.r A. .'. i", ... f
1 Both Ibis gintlauieu have held important
and honorable eoiHtone under the Government
vvMch now holds' them,' not out) as prisoner of
war. but aa rabeli and traitor. : Both were Sen
ator from tbjlr respective States in the last or
XXXVIth Congress. Tbese positions luev
Signed for the purpose of tul-ion an active part
in the secession rebellion. It in probable that
thev were leleoted bj il-u Confederate- auihprl
tie for special and extraordinary juisbioa to
, . Europe, ok, account of ibelr real or fnpposta
" diplomatic abilltie and familiarity with Aaier.
eaa foreign relation. Mr. Sliucll was former.
ly ourMinistcr to Spain, and Mr. Mason, at
the time be resigned hi eat in the Senate,
t ' held -the poet of Chairman of tie Committee on
Foreign RilaUoni. 'Pffcbibly no two men could
hv been found among tbe rtbel lender io
1 ""' well qualified a Messrs. Mason and fcuDBiX,
for the contemplated secret mission,
j , Tbe forcible seizure of tlese men en boaid
vessel belonging to a foreign ana tcutrai powm,
and tailing under It flag, may have hecn
, somewhat informal, and may Ud .to some
' sharp diplomatic sparring between John, Bull
and Unole Sam. . But whatever other rights may
have been trenched upon, there bas been no
breach ol tboeo due to ambassador. Messrs,
Mason aud Sudill were not the accredited en
vois or minister of any recognized national o,
independent power. Tbe most favorable light
, , io which they can be viewed by foreign power,
is as tbe sgent of a belligerent, or of a party
at war wltb the Government to which they owe
allegiance, and .that Government can regard
them in no other light than as tbe tools of a
conspiracy and the minions of an organized re
bellion. ' ' '
Not lees important than tbe capture of these
rebel leaders is the seizure of valuable paper
and document found in iheir possession, which
'' will doubtless give the Government an insight
iato th trhemes and plan of tbe Southern
Confederacy. The doer I now opening for tbe'
exercise of severity pr clemency,, as may best
romport with safety to the Government and the
restoration of peace and harmony.' Token al
together, tliid capture of Mews. Maeon and
BuniLt maj be regarded aa one of the most
- Important and decisive events of the war.
Secession upon Secession.
' ' It seems that the rebel faction In South Car
olinajg diepascd toxullify the mandates of the
Southern Confederacy. It i stated, on the
authority of the Richmond Dispatch, that the
- .'secession rulers la Palmettodom will disregard
the order t the Confederate "Government,
. whose seat is at tbe capital of Virginia, to treat
the captured Federal aa prisoners of war, bnt
will first try them for treason against the State!
sad hang them as Got. Wisjc did John Bsown
and his associates, and then tbe Cdnfederate
Government can bave tbem after South Caroli-
' ha ha don with tbem.
. So far as danger to United State soldiers is
, concerned, we may let thi idle threat pass for
nothing.' We have or (hall hava an ample
. u w guarantee for the safety of such of our men as
may fall Into the hands of these bulliea, in the
number of South Carolina rebels In our pos.
session. These we ean bold a hostage for tho
:.- Bond behavior f their brother rebels In the
' ralmtto State. ' .;. V. ' ; :
. , Bnt the above announcement I significant of
V. "another thine If vastly "more ' interest. It
show a disposition in the South -Carolina se
eedeta to aeced from the new Confederacy into
. -which they have so recently entered. , They
..wero th first to ecede from tbe old Federal
'.V'.Pnlonj they will probably be the foremost in
backing out from the new rebel Confederacy.
1 .They are beginning with a threat of nuUSfica
"ftiOB they probably will end with an act of so-
eeseion. Tbls view seems to be confirmed by
".r", the late annual message of '' Gov.. Pickcns, in
-which he Intimates that it has been his intention
from th beginning to maintain tha -"separate.
Independent) of Booth Carolina,." and declares
'that, if he and his associate eonspiritor fall,
they wiU'deepondlng'.y turn to . the stronger
- - and more fixed forms of th Old World." So
, w may look if th fortunes of th&rebel Con
'. v" 'edericy coatkn to grow dark and gloomy, for
v a MoeMlooof South Carolina malcontents, and
, th attempt to establish a Dukedom,1 a PrlncJ
.ist 'palityror mt nob thing. , . , -. . a .1 fi 1 -n -'
.
ji tin C Th trial of MiirtBoam Wutikvilt,
third. Jnatfl' c! tba .alaref 'Nighflngale, for al
leged participation in the slave trade, was closed
fjoite Nw Yrk City, on tha 14th int., by the dis
agreement of .the jury eight being in favor of
jyerdcjt of, guilty, and four opposed. Waina
d jnttT Is a native New Yorker and respectably
ir.-.e)onncted.v. n.. .! w.v... ' '
CT,Th Government i reported to bar lour
kindred and eighty thousand volunteers already
4 ''enlisted only twenty thousand less than the
naif million authorized by the late act of Con
fcrcs: 'By lb time theeH lire all drilled, armed
and equipped, it i probable' another half mil
' lkm M IS ready; If needed,
CTThe Repnbilcsn of th city of New Yoik
have nominated Mr. OfHTiias their candidal
for Mayor .f-A motion to fuse' with tha Tam
,t wasy DemocraU was voted down seventy fire
,'tO'HwentythreC.
Th Demoorat bav act yet nominated-
Mr. Omrax will td beaten, If th'e rotela full,
about thirty thousand, j - . t fc ' '
Fusion, on the part of th Republicans,!
about "played out." Can't our neighbor of the
Journal ilug aom of iu September and Octo
,er longs abant th danger of party conflict7 ,
Ohio Militia and Volunteer
Headquarters Ohio Militia and Volunteer Volunteer Militia.
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE.
COLUMBUS, Nov. 14th, 1861.
tii Comity HUUarjfXlammUlceti ".
The time ha com ibe the Army of Obia
must be completed. Our gallant Nevy.wwco
bat
never yea dUappolated theNation, nas es
'isbed a baaaV operatloue'upon the hore
uu:
of South Carolls. Another will be eatawisneu
on the Gulf. Loyal men of Easter; Ts"9
tnvlte ni to the heart of tbe rebel Conleaeracy.
The Union won of the Bouth are throwing ctr
the fetters of a tyranny which hai bound them
North Carolina having jielded, lo toice, 1 en
tout to salurn te her allegiance. trtenai every
where wUl welcome those who come ai their
deliverer! from tlcspoflsmr The day of ter
rorism !i drawing to a close, and the movement
nf revulsion has oommenced. It need but the
vltotou nrosecutlon of movement already In
augurated to bring It to a happy conclusion, ana
all tbe signs promise a brighter to-morrow
Now U the tim to strike. The dellvereuoe
of lb Nation rest' with tbe people. In this
day, Ohio must do' nobly Je part- Sb has
alreadj (lone much, but much more she Is able
to do. To the great Northwest belong tbe
work of opening the Mississippi. ' Tbe river la
burs, and we need It. , No longer should rebel
batteries be allowed to cut us off from direct
eommunieatioowlth the Ocean. : Oar honor and
Interest alike uree us to lb effort. Th warm
sun of the South invites us to a winter cam
palgn."1 Kentucky, and'a large portion of Ten
nessee, will join us In the march. , Union men
will bail with dellgat their deliverano from tbe
pretsure of an Intolerable despotism, and If we
are true lo ourtclvet and to tbem, the spring
will open upon a re united people. I
..Ten day more can be allowod for tbe com
pletion of Regiment now forming in eamps.
Within that time much may bo done, and by
tha 25th of November, Ohio contribute, at
least thirty-five thousand more of her soldiers
to the great column en route for Nsshvilte and
New Orleans." ',' "'
To the accomplishment of this grest otject,
tbe instant, earnest end oombincd sffort of offi
cers, committee and patriotic citizen, Is most
urgently invoked. , Companies ere now more
valuable tban Regiment will be in tbe spring,
If tne rebellion Is allowed to survive tbe win
l!T Now, when the rebel Confederacy seems
to be staggering, is the time to strike, and the
blow being vigorously followed up, tbe victory
will be our, and the stars upon our banner onee
more represent a united Nation.
C. P. BUCKINGHAM,
Adjutant General, Ohio.
The Right Kind of Talk.
c The following extract from General Shis
man's late proclamation Issued at Beaufort, to
the people of South Carolina, Is In flue contrast
to Governor Picitws' boast aiout "maintain
ing tbe separate Independence" of thst State.
It must open the eyes of some Carollnans who
bar been miserably duped by Pickens and his
fellow conspirators: -T -.' .-;
Th dictate of a duty which, under the Con
stitution, I owe to a great sovereign State and
to a proud and hospitablo people, among whom
I have passed soma of the pleasantest days of
my lire, prompt me to proclaim mat we nave
come amongst you witn no reelings or personal
animosity, no oesire to harm your citizens, de
stroy your property, or. interfere with any of
your lawful laws, rignts, or your sooiai or local
institutions, btvond what tht cauiti herein iritf-
lylluded to may render unavoidable. '
Fremont and Hunter.
- a v - Mnam ' "
Tbe news from Missouri is most dishearten
ing. Southwestern Missouri is to be given np
again to reoet rule, unless tne ganani Lane ana
bis bold Kansas brigade can defend the borders
of two States. - rremont was superseded with
his face to the public enemy his successor bas
not only turned his own far from the rebel foe,
but the f act s ot all tbeoiiicers and men or Fre
mont's noble arnir. - Springfield Is evacuated,
and our troops are on the march to St. Louis.
ibe Union innaoitants, who bailed tne perse
cuted Fremont as a deliverer, are now compell
ed to follow the retreating Hunter to escape the
horrors of secession. Wnyislt7 re
sponsible? Cleveland Herald.' ' ,
- Jt is very clear that the lhraU is affected
with the Fremont levee- a .'
IT Tha attention of Military Committees
and other patriotic citizens is requested to the
address of. Adjutant-General Sockinnham to
"County Military Committees," in another col
umn of this papers -The pointed suggestions in
this tersely wri tten document are of the highest
importance at this critical moment, and demand
thoughtful attention and corresponding action
Frank P. Blair.
The Buffalo Commercial mention tho report
that Col. Frank r. Blair 1 likely to be appoint
ed Major-General of th Missouri State troops
to be organized under a new reneral order. - If
he should be appointed, it is exceedingly prob-
lemetloal whether bis military career will be a
very brilliant one. Whatever else may bave
happened" in Miesouri. Colonel Blah I pret.y
effectually heed np a a public miu.Sandutly
Mr. Blair is no worse off than all the leading
Republican politician, especially General Fax-
mont, Th Keoister can't save him.-'
O" The' correspondence ' of the 'Cincinnati
Gazette from the Cumberland division 'confirms
the report ' that; Zomcorrza has abandoned
Cumberland Gap and retreated toward ' Knox
viUe, while lie Union forces an mysteriously
falling back, r; Tbe Tennessee troops in tbe
Cumberland column grumbled so loudly at the
order to fall back, thai the j were permitted .to
remain 'at Londoni Ky. , These soldier art
anxiont to march into.Tenneseeei and it is to
be hoped they will soon be gratified. - ! :. -
Frank P. Blair. Illinois Convention.
Tbe Convention to amend The Constitution of
the Stat of Illinois, just elected, will consist of
rim two Demoorat and Twumr thsii Repub
licans.1 This would Indicate that Republican
ism. In Mr. LmcDiN Statej hsd about "gone
Itder.V ..'CiVl' WV.'r, ;L :""!., Vrr,. lt''-r
i- - i .
.
H7 Gxo. P. Btrux, the correspondent of the
Cincinnati Timet, ha been arrested for publish
ing matters against the orders-of "the military
authorities; It Is laid that they art after other
correspondent. v. c
3i - i,,kH
f ICr Gn. CBimNDkN'a' headquarter ar at
Calhpun, Kentucky, on Green' River, twenty,
two miles i from Paensboro'. '.He' has three
thousand troops In amp. i , ; ,,,,' ,
.O! i 'i ii I I II .ill. :
' E7 Aodovdlng to a recent letter from Port
Royal,, Sonth. Carolina,' thai point Is -thirty
mile from Charleston', and. twenty from Sa-
Vaunab.''' v -i toiil
-rr.
? 07 Brigadier-General Mitohill, having been
indneiid to withdraw bid resignation, was order
ed to report to General Borxt, which he did on
Saturday th 16th lost., when ho .was .Instruct
ed to remain In Cincinnati for tbe present.
Gen, MiTcarti expect to take th field. t '
' !
V S7 Jmporfaot event may be etpeeted In Aa
cpojae and Northampton coubtles, which com
pos the Etetern shore of Virginia, The Union
element ia strong there, and large bodies of our
troops have been thrown in'. ' Acomsc was the
former resideuee oi ex-Governor Wis. . ..
From the Pacific.
Th staamcr Champion s::!vl at New York
on tb 15th liut. We clip th following from
th New York Tiet of the 16th:
Tb iteamcr Champion, from Atplnwall on
Nov. C, arrived at t.la Don yesterday. She
bring a prisoners of state Gx-Benator Gwlu
and Brent, of 'California, and Calhoun Beoham,
Attorney-General of the Stat under , Mr. tsa
rbanan, ' Tbee gentlemen took passage 'lor
Panama on th OrUuba.on whlob, unluoklly for
them, was Brig. -Gen. Sumner with a loro of
United State toldlara. iJefore arriving at
their destination, they wrplaoed under arrest
by order of lb General, and carried across tbe
isthmus under guard ot the National force, In,
spit of tb protest of th New Grsnadlan au
thorities, who bad not military itrengin at nana
sufficient to resist hll prooedur or torreit
Gen. Sumner, a they tried to do. Th prison
ers contrived to destroy som documents, wnlob
might bav furnished valuable evidence agalnBt
tbem. . . . ' . '
Gen. Uerrtn, family, servant, and private
Secretary, cam on tbe Champion. Hi destina
tion la Washington, as minister from hi gov
ernment to the United State.
Th Unole Sam, while on the way from San
Francisco to Panama, spoke the Panama on the
24th, aud was Informed that a fight had occur
red at Uaymas, between tb tortigners and na
tive. Tha American Consul wss Imprisoned,
and threw American shot. It Is said that thirty,
fir Amwioan put five hundred Mexican to
flight. -- t-v-i u
A Callfornlan recently reached Maoztnillo
in mall steamer from California, loaded with
percussion cap." ' lie was arrested and sen
tenced to be shot by the authorities tor Intro
ducing articles contraband of war.. -
- Tbe following is dated Panama, Nor. Ctb:
' The Orizaba reached the anchorage at Pan.
ma at half-past fir yesterday morniog, but tb
tide being too far out to enable Capt. Pearecn
to land hi muskets before night, the passengers
were mostly kept on board. After breakfast,
tb new ot tne arrest naving reacuea tne
bore, Mr. Ran Runela, of JTexas, who bas Just
vacated the office of United State Consul at
Cblnandega, Nicaragua, and Mr. Theodore J
de Sahla, of Tennessee, late United State
Vloe-Coosul at Panama, applied to the authoil
tie for tbe arrest of Gen. Sumner, charged
with restraining the liberty of Dr. Gwlu, and
with intent to forcibly carry him out of New
Granada, in entitempt of ber sovereignty,
and In violation of ber territory. The
Governor immediately inatltuted an inquiry,
and finding tb facta to be a charged, is
sued orders to tbe Cblef of Police, and to
the commander ot th military force, to pre
vent any such prcoedure - Fifty or sixty
men were accordingly guarding the landing
plaoo all day yesterday, wbil tbe Governor,
Geo. iierran and th United State Consul were
endeavoring to negotiate. However, all diplo
macy was futile, a Gen. Sumner shut off fur
ther argument by declaring tbat be must take
tne prisoners across toe imumui, ana leave bis
Government to settle matters of violated sov
sreicnty, etc. This morning, at six o'clock, the
prisoners were landed under a Strong guard of
United States soldiers, and placed on tbo cars,
without any military resistance on the part of
tbe Panama authorities, they having only two
bundred ana seventy-nv men in tne place,
While Gen. Sumner had four hundred and sixty
six, armed with Minle guns. Tbe Governor,
however, strongly protested against the action
of Gen. Sumner, as well In violating tha terri
tory by tbe violent transportation of prisoners
across it, as by landing and plaolng In a warlike
attitude armed men on tbe soil.
The doctor and his companions took pastsge
only to fan a ma, from sanrrancisco. it is un
derstood they intended to go from Aspinwall to
Havana via St. Thomas, in tbe hope of reach
ing New Orleans. It Is alto reported here that
tbe United states Uonsnl at ronama protested
against tbe action of Gen. Sumner.' Another
report says he assented cordially to the course
pursued. Dotn can't be right.
The prisoners reached Aspinwall at 10 o'clock
this morning. On getting out from the train
they were marched throneb close rank of sol
diers, drawn np on both side of tbe track, pre
ceded and followed by armed men. .,
From the Pacific. Elections in Virginia and North Carolina.
oiina. t.
Tbe following is tb result of the election in
Virginia for member of th rebel Congress:
becona aistrict J. K. Ubambliss, ot Ureen
ville; Third district Ex President John Tyler,
of Charles City; Fourth distriot Roger A.
Pryor, of Petersburg; Fifth district Thomas
S. Uococlc, ol Apponiatox; Bath district Jno.
Goode, Jr., oi Bedford: Seventh district Jas.
P. Holoombe, of Albemarle; Elgth district
D. C. Dejarnette, ef Carolina; Ninth district
William Smith, of Fauquier; Tenth district
doubtful, between Boieier and Hunter; Elev
enth district John Js. Baldwin, or Augusta,
Twelfth district Fayette McMullin, elected;
Fourteenth district believed that A. G. Jenk
ins has been elected i Fifteenth district Robt
Johnson, of Harrison: Sixteenth diftriot Chas.
nr. KomoU, of Wheeling. .
No returns received from the First distriot,
in which M. R. H. Garnett and John ditcher
are th candidate. - -
At the Congressional election held in North
Carolina, tbe following candidates were suc
cessful: First District W. N. H. Smith: Seo
ond District R. R. Brldgerst Third district
Owen K. Keenan; fourth district Thomas V
McDowell; Fifth ' distriot A. H. Arrington;
Sixth district J. R. McLean; Seventh dis
trictcontest between Thomas S. Ash, J. II.
Headen, Hugh Waddle and S. H. Christian;
rJightb distriot William Lander; Ninth dis
trict B. S. Gaither; Tenth district A. T. Da
rldson.' , ,
07 A things look now it Is for leff. Davis
aud bis Council of Ten to deoide whether they
will sacrifice Virginia to save Sooth Carolina
ana Georgia, or sacrifice tbese two cotton
States to sav yet a little longer tbe eastern
section or Virginia, ror the western section bas
resolutely declared for the Union. ' Upon either
alternative tun rebellion goes aown. "
17 The Richmond papers give an account of
the battle of Romney, In Western Virginia.
1 bey acknowledge a dereat, but state tbat tbey
had only five hundred against five thousand
Yankees. The reason they give for the loss of
so many taken prisoner is tbat tnetr wagons
blocked up the road. so that they could not run
It Is eenerallv 'admitted tbat Beaufort had
better henceforth be tb capital ot Sonth Caro
lina. Tbe city of Charleston is too pestilential
altogether besides possessing an inferior har
bor. iK.rs.i
tTTbe Sprlnefield fypuklican says the Dem
ocrats ol Xnew xork are dead and tbat tne
mourner co about the atreet. One replies
that the Republican are dead, and no mourner
go about the treet. ; Ltuiitillt Dem. ', , , . I
o! All trn friends of the Union mourn that the
Republican party was eve born 1 none wourn its
death.
'i
Vur TTlr T Fn itt Rat-pi tf JnA fit rtup 'nlna.
taking journals basoarelully collected the ag-
fregate lot on each side line the war begun,
'he figure sum np a fellows: Federals, kill
d, 969: wonndtd, 2041; prison rs, 2374, Con-
federates, killed, 4049; wounded, 16U4; prison
ers, 28U8. Tbese figures, however, do not in
clnd tha killed and wounded ot scouting par
ties, of which there i no official record.
. 17 A few yean since Gen. McClellan' offer
ed bis hand in marriage to Mies Ellen Alarcy, a
beautiful and aocompiished lady, a daughter of
Col. Marcy, of tb U. 8. Army. Col. Maroy
sbeeted to tb nnlon, on tho sole ground 1 tbat
h aould not consent to tb marriage of bis
daughter to any gentleman belonging 1) tba ar
my. McClellan at one resigned hi commis
sion, and aceepted the plae of Chief Engineer
upon th Illinois Central Railroad, at a salary
of $8000ayer,and.Ureyeara since be was
married to Mia Matey, now, having re en
tered tha army, it General, Comrnanding-ln-Chief.
Sic."' trf ?t.-... w i j.-:);
t'U'. t., i uu, ii ,i t ,v '
' On Dif That it will soou be necessary to
fit bp one f th roams at tb Whit House a
a nursery.-- Such d apartment bu- not been
needed ther linee John Clulncy Adam wa
President. :-i ! ' !. i
"-''v-J .. , ; m .. i. . '
2JA Yodimi Rascal. Charles Stout, seventeen
year's of age, a brotber of Ira 8 tout, wbo was
buog in Rochester In 1858, for killing his broth,
er in-law Little, bas been arrested in Albany
for forgery of t' : Xw ' V
DIED.
the norofcf ef U 18Ui Init., Mr., 4. M.
r.itot ef lhltWaltuPan,et Cbllltoothtia IhsIM
vor af hi an. . ' I Vli -i l
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The ftmamt MrViMS Will Ma ptaoe at lit mUMum
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i. a. ThuniA. Km., soa-la-it et in
thU
Vrlandi and aoqualnUDiiiii an Invited to atttad-
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cloths;-,
CASSIMERES,
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AaS a (Mrl aawrbasat of o . 'i ; '
rURNISHINC COOD8.
t iharlrhot and BtatMtstilM la tbt markat; all of
which A am wlllnf at tb CHEAPI8I POHBIBLB
naxaa run vaiu. . --' -
rrr wneeial Attention Paid tw Mili
tary uifleara' SJlwrnlna;.
rjivlnf had Ion tzparisDM In th Oat and Hanufac
tara of Offlstri' OloUiInc, IJmI eonrldtnt I eaa glvsan
tire Mtliraottoa te all y patron.
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Master Comtnissioner's Sale.
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- . axoeuionoi u. swao, . iu p. m.
r...- vs. c I Saptrtor Court,
Amos J. turbeootal. J
BT vlrtn of aa oiJtr of oU A ra ilirwted, from tht
Superior Court of of rraakllo coaotr, Ohio, I will
offer for (! at tho' door of tht Court Howe, la tha
oily ol Oolumooa, oa
Saturday, tht 28th day of December, 1861,
Betwttn tb hoars ef 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'olock P
M.. tha followlcc dOKribod rr.mlMt. to wlti
Pari of lot Mo. 0, of Baker aod Mitchell's eotxltvliloo
of ont-lot Mo. 91, Colnnbui, Ohio, btgioolD at tht
southwest corner or taia lot no. u, ai int nonneati oor
ner of tht Intersection of M.un4 end SeTenth ttreeti
thenot tattwardly on Uoand elreet on hotdnd tod
twenty feet to a print al y; tbonot northwatdly by
titd alky ts tbt ailddlt of told lot No.. 8; thence wett
wardly parallel with Hound ttrett to tht front on Ber.
nth ttretli thence toaihwardly on BtvtnUi ttrett to tht
plae of Mglnnlnf.
AppralKdatlltlOl). "
O. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff,
and Muter Oommlulontr
Pi lnter'e feet ! 00.
novlOdltkwtd ' ' J
100
it! ATS CASSIA.
S Dun No. 1 Government nutaegi.
S frail Waves, r , i
10 boxet Oltron. - '
30boxetMBHal,lot.
85 " Layer do.
lUOaromt Vlgt.
S oatkt Zwtt 0 arranti, etc. tto.
In ttort for Hit by
WM. H. AX8TIIATJZ,
novIO ' 108 Boath High Street.
TIIE RENT BUANDS OF EAItllLY
M vbuuK, cy Dirrti or arty ioi.
for tali by
WU. H. BKBTIIAUX.
noTlO . 100 South High Street.
it v TiiU
IEIKBI
... ..... m. .a w d t, , i'
BUNK BOOmNUFACTOaY
" ' SPLENDIDLY I4UIPPED , WITH ;
IMPKOVED MACHISEBT
' " "' ''' -. ADD '
STEAM .POWER, rv
N: W: LEFAVOR, Supt,
NOS. 32, H, SB, 31 NOBTH DIQH BTBIET,
Sfatamma Balldln;, Second Floor,
. over B Hevl State Steam
, JPrlBtlng- Boom.
BXIBA SUBSTANTIAL
PAGED BLANK BOOKS,
With or without Printed Headlngi, on Snptitor Piper-
' RULED AND BOUND
ir . To any required Pattern . .
STATE DEPARTVBMT8,
RAILROAD OfflOES,
BANKING HOUSES.
. V ' COUNT! OFFICES, t
i----: 1 ' ' UERCDANTS,
Vurniihed at tht Loweit Prlcei.
BOOK BINDING,
By tht Edition or Blnglt Toluoe , .
MA3AZINE3.
MONTHLY PUBLICATIONS,
v PAalPHLKTS,
. , . ...... PAPKB8, ' ."'
' -' ' - Bound In any Btqulrtd Style.
. . - for Public and Private libraries.
Order from abroad will reetlv prompt and iptcitl
attention. . Addrea,
J. H. RILEY, or, N. W. LEFAVOR,"
Bookitller aod Stationer, ' ' . - Bnptrlntndont .
?5 Bouth High Street. ' ' franklin Bindery. '
. Shooting Gallery. ' :r
rpBK undenlirned begs leave to inform hll Viletd
JL thaththatatUdupa . i .! 'l i
' m SHOOTINQ OAIIEEY
( . at Taa ,.t
' VERANDAH, ON'STATE STREET-; ,f
Good flunt. Air Guns, Tlitoll aod Sefnabmtnti. , .
Givt me a call.
novlS dtf OONBAD BIC HARDS. ,
AKIN & EfclERY,
102 SOCTn, HIGH STREET,
Have a lull and Oomplttt Anortment of ,
HOUSE FURNISHING' GOODS,
StOVeS C3 GrVCitGB ,
; TUt AUD C0PPKK WAiE
eTAPN'I)' GOODS
l . Of almorteverj alnd.i . j
Elegant Chamber Sets, :.:
8PICE AND SEED BOXES,
rin Toy s, and Articles in that line,
r J t' For tlUl People ' 1 ' ' "'"- ,
Kniv and B)rlrja, Bpoonaw Tuba,
Bucket Bhortam and xonea,
' Ooal IIoci, etc
;' r for tht Larger Ontt.
We would aall year furthtr attentlou to th fast tbat re
art SOLE AGENTS for tht aalt of Ihe
STEWART COOK STOVE,
Which It. to all rwrpeon, tleatly tho "AUTOCR AT Or
THE KiTUUKM.' Baling no equti in ui uf"""
of lu perform una and economy of fnol. 1 Theeioareet
tettloony or lie tnpenoniy m "
turere and dealtre art eonttantly imilatltif Jeo"'"!
Call and eumlne our ttock. It is bo trouble to !how
0"7tVc-;,AKINf& EMEIlY. '
ALEXAJfRBES KID 3LOTEf. t
All sums and tolonjut opsrwd i at BAINS, .
4et.ll. ll.8aiBBigtistrtl;
fllK
Oil
1961 1862.
Winter Arrangements.—Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS AND
CINCINNATI
"1 ILr'""uV IJ
RAILROAD.
OooBtoUng at OrttUio th PITTSBTJUQH, IT.
. .,, WATMI 4t 0W0AOO KALLKOAD
tbr TMAurch, PMladtlpM ami BalHmor. AUo
. - ;. for toft Jfayna and CKtaado. f
Connecting t Oltvtland with tht LAKB BH0B1 BAIL
' ' R()A1...,-.''
For Dunkirk:, nnffalo, Albaur, Bo
, .. ltn,aBdHtw loru,
TWO, TRAIN3-DAILY,
'.''.' SX0BPX' BTJHDAT, " ' ? , J. ' i
from Oolnabaa, In eoontotlon with Train! on the .
LITTLE Pill MI AND COl.tTMBUS
A!iV Jt.c.NlA UAIIjIIUJlIIS. ,
, IIBST TRAIN.
NIGHT 1XPBEB8 Ltartt Oolumbui at 3 50 A. M.;
will laart putengert at all ttatloni, Hop at Delaware
Partington, uiieaa. uanon, aaa at an itauont nonn oi
Gallon, and at all other ttatloni upon elgnal, arriving at
Olntland at 9:80 A. St.. Dunkirk 4M P. M.. Buffalo
fl:0J P. M ., Albany 6:13 A. al., Mtw York 18 M., Boston
S:30 V. M.
.'..'. BI0OND TBAIN. :
HIV T0RK IXPBBBS Ltavet Oolumlniat 3:13 P.
II. will leart paaetngtr at all -tattoo!. Greenwich,
Hoohttttr, Columbia and Olmitod belogw7? nation!,
thli train will not ttop for puiengen except upon elg
nal. Arrlrt at Oltvtland 8:30 P.M., Dunkirk 3 A. M,
Buffalo 4:33 A. At , Albiny 4:13 P. M., New York 8:30
p. at., Boiton a w a. at. .... . r
CONRICTI0NS. . ''"
' At Creiillnt With Pllliburgh, It. Wayoe and Chicago
Railroad for PitUburgh, Putliuelphia and Baltimore.
Alio for Chicago.
At Shelby, with Sandnilcy, Uamfield ind Newark Rail
road, for all eolnti on that road. Alio for Toledo.
At Grafton, with Oltvtland and Toledo Ballroad for
Toledo and Chicago.
At Cleveland, with Lakt Shore Billroad fur Kile,
Duaklik, Buffalo, New York and Boiton
Patent Sleeping Can are ran on all
flight Trains to Chioago, New
York and Boston.
Baggait CAecled Through to Kevt York and Borton
ri!j ucruana; auo, to j'hUitatipMa ana
. $iu Xorkvia Oruitim, ,
RETURNING. V
Night ItpreitarrlVFtatOolunbni St.,. 1.10 A. M.
Cincinnati K xpreti arrlvei at Oolumbuiat 1:3U P. M.
I'aro at Low ata by anyotUer Itofite.
' r Atk for TicktUvia Crettlineor Cleveland,
E. 8. FLINT. - '-
, . , . fcuperlnttrulest, Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMEB PATTKRPOM, Agent,
'' . Columbui, Ohio.
Oolumbui, Nov 10, 1861. "
Fall & Winter Millinery,
TSJlxr&m gT1TXQy
No. 14 East Ton Street,
TTAS OJf HANI A FINE STOCK OF
MILLINERY GOODS,
which tht will lell at tht very lowest poislbla price for
caia.
Ladies, pleait call and examine our stock before yon
purchaia tleewncrt.
CLOAKS MADE TO ORDER
Oa short notice.
oovW-dlw
OOILsTJIlIXlXTS
Machine Manufacturing Company
JX 41 if
!3.ii o ao ii oe.o u oi c e.c .o. ilr"
MANUraCTORIBS or
STEAM ENGINES "& BOILERS
CasttngVi HlU-OearlB;, Hachlnsry. ,
., ; " : Atso, . ,. .' .
lrt.evlliroci.c3L Worts.
'ov avgiT BJscairTioa. '
' COLFIrrDTJS, OHIO.
OHAS. AMB09, P.op'f ' . AMBOB, Treat
dooll, lrJ58-tf
nOKNBTSi BinnONB TAlMlf AND
U BUUilrSB, Dew Itylee, lot OPTOM trf
BAIM ea BON.
aprllS No t South Blfh etreet.1
SPECIAL.hOTICES.
THE DEVIL IN- TKinfJLATION.
Tb Devil laughed Jn bis lieeve u he lurveytd tht
hoeti of tmaelated living akoletons oaueed by tbt un of
lmpur imltattont of Saleratui, bat when ht taw Jamei
Pylt't! pur Invigorating Dietetic, ht exclaimed, 'I am
beatenl Pylt hu dont UI . People will hava , health
nowl" Depot, 345 Wathlogtoa ttrett, Ntw York.
TO MAIIRTED MEN,
Or These Centemplattng" lnarrlas;.
1 TBI nndenlfrned will givt information on a very rv
Uruttng and important subject, which will b valu
ed bom than a thouaaod timet Its eott by every aoanled
eosplt of any age or oondl.lon In lift.- Tht Information
will be tent by nail to any addi u on ft receipt ot 35
cent (itfrtr) andonortdttamp. ... . "
All letten fhould be addrwied to V ' - .
- ' -n. b. MOBBia. m. n.
oot31-ly3Uwdtw . - x- ,: . Boiton, Mm.,
Fer Fernal Generally-. Tht Brandreth
Pllli cannot bt to, highly ipoken of. They remort all
obstruction, give energy and ttrength; cure th dli-
trenlBg headache, unfortunately to. prevalent with the
text deprtailoa of spirits, dnllnett of sight, aerroui
affections, blotches, ptmplet, tallowrien of tht ikln, are
removed, and a Juvenile Moom and general tprlghtllneit
Indicate the powarasd h.ealthfulntttof BBANDBKTB'S
ladles, at delicate period, will find them unrivaled!
they are the belt medicines for mother 'and ptlldrtn,
and rare worm! and oottlvtnett.
Let It be remembered,, (bat BBASDEETH'S HIiLS
are easy la their operation, and yet unit mljdneu with
emelenay,!4nd rerjuire no altoratlon of diet flurlag their
.. i- .. . '.r .-: .. .
Mrt. tiorgan, corner ot 15th ttreet and Union Sqnare
New Tork. was dying, apparently, of Comoiimoit,
Bht was given np to dlt by her Pbyilclani, aod all her
frlenda, but after mini BSANnna-ru's Fou ror a few
weeks, the cough left btr, and tht began to regain her
strength, and Ii now tblt to attend to ber duties, and
fetltiareof toon attalnlrg robuit health. ,
Mrs. WiUon. of No. 31 Beach itreet, New Tork, hai
cured Dyipepila, Small Px, Meatlei; Bropry and Ty
phuItrer, and. all Eeadadhtt.and Bllloui Mlieaiei,
with BaAHntmi,i Pom, will b pleated to antwer any
queittoni. , '" -;"-" '- "
Bold h ona R. Coo. Drugalit, Columbui. and bv
all reipectabl dealer! In medlcluet.
ootKMMm, . ., i
Hm MANHOOD, r
f;,-...:; .'.:, HOW LOST, HOW BESIOBKD.
Just PablUhtd In a Sealed Envelope; Price ( ctt.i .',
A LROTTJBB ON THI NATCRK, T&BATMRNT AND
RADICAL CUB.K or srKUM ATUKKUSA Or Seminal
Wtakneta, Involuntary Bmlnlont, Bexnal Debllltr. and
Impediment! to Marriage generality, Nerronanee, Oon
tompUoa, Splltpsynd P1U. Altntal and Phyeloal In
capacity, resulting from Belf-almif, Ao. By Kohert J,
Oulvtrwtll, M.D.4 author of .the tlreen Book. See i
A Beesi te Tkeasamtl of , aaffrrf-
Stdt rider teal. In a vial nvldpt,to any addmaj,
h a. Kiuii isrr bowry. Nnr yr, rot OfflotBos
uwl Mid. nn MMfnt ol twa atmrant. bw Dr. nHAII.
eo7:SUaw ,
..m e
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:' 7. , " ' V. In the future as in the pastit will nphold and defend the ,
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Which hm been o fruitful of good to th PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES; and will
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to eonvert the present unhappy war into an Abolition erusade.'
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. ' ., . Publiaber of th Ohio Statesman,
November 1,1 8C1. : Coidotus, Ohio.
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POST OFFICES.
STATESMAN
CLUBS
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
;"R,;,Q O 1SL -
Tnn sroscniiBERHAvrrvia takkn
a leaie on tht Btort Eoom
3STo. 11 East State St,
hat opened It ai an , - .1
Anction,&-Commission Ilooiii.
He it now prepared te receive on 0 ommlnion every
deicriptlon or property, incn aa vrj uaoui, umrm,
Llqaon, Vamltare. Oarrlagee, Horaei, tto. Ht alio
lntndi to devote hii atlentiuD to aalei of Seal Estate
and fenonal Property, at any point, within twenty mllet
of tbt city. . . . . . , s
Auction Sales Every Evening.
n w ......... I
Oonilramenti rerpectrully tollelterl. - , -
- 7 . ... ... . W. B. KENT. Auctioneer.
etl9 ' ' . ' .
Hcadley," Eberly & Richards's
NE TV STORE,
2SO aUd 2BQ, !
i v.-e I
SOUTH HtCHi. STREET
, ; 1 1". - -v :
Are now opening a large lot of j
"':.'-.!' " '.'f '
Laflies'n Cloth Cloaks,
v BALMORAL SKlRTsLc
Shephard's Plaid Shawls,
i , ..... .i.v . ;,j;i.;:!ii j
-r ji .r ..-:, -.. -.- .usf.ii j f ,
Ladies' Merino Vests '& Drawers, '
vii y. i-l Iwwvt I
' erj.' .... tril .tn j
BoysMerlnO" Shirt?; &; Lrawers;
;.ivii tji.vt.t.w! ! 3"?''
Ot f
. 2EPHVI .WORSTEDS,'.
- f .'. .. .. -.. I i
Embroidered Ropps,
:.- , .... W I ,
I
"opera kooos;
, ....... .t-iitM tan
. ... -.. .'' 4.f am
W-
Opera Flannels,
- l- C ... . - a: (v M t 1 j
, .WOOLEN AiiKETs!!
CLO A K1. ; O LOTHB;
MI83ES SUPERIOR LONS ' BHA VVLS.
mart ' ;' t:
. Oysters liOyi
HAS JUST MECKIVSiM, AIS1S
be la dally receipt, by Jtipreu, of i
K""'
'TRESH .CAB. KEG OTStEES,
9Mb BaltltSer and Talr Haven. fT
Call alWacaw'tOytUrand trail Dpot Re. Bt tail
BtatettreeW baa .(i.'M'i , I . n .? I
t '
. ':tW .1 vl ? .
GOOD SAMARITAN,
E. B. ARMSTRONG,
No. 17 East .Town Street,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER IN
STOVES AND TIN WARE.
O A large itoclc of th GOOD BAMARITAN on
haad. , 5 ;.; l
novl3-d3m' , . .
J. M. & V. KCERr.ER,
Corner of Broad & Front Streets,
: 7'ddiaUivtBus,
GROCERIES, PRODUCE AND
. PROVISIONS. ,
" FOREIGN &. DOMESTIC FRUITS,
'PIOTJE; 'SALT,' IiaTJOfeV1 ETC.
DTSMItU BT HiX CAN' IK THEIrX 8IAS0N.
eolSS-dly .
NEW: GOAL YARD.
TnE rirDEHSIOirEll-KEEPi cow.
BIANILX on band and for sale, (be beit quality of
'7hocg geate coal,
which bt vrtll tell at the tovretttaa Aet p!rtct.J
Call and examine ny Ooal before parcbailn tlie-
Where. : .1 rj ,.. ' r'K-'-Office
at the store of Bradford, Bnydam As Co., head
epSS-Sm "
..ill'
, Domestip Qptton, jGf-opda.
BA1H 8c SON
OFFEK tbe molt Extencive Aort.
mentof . f.i..; .';
Brown and Bleached Cotton Vlanneli;
" Mnillni; ' "
Barniley Cotton Bheetlngi; ' 1 1
Hi Peleol Btylet of Oalleo'i and DelalnM) J
" Tlcktoiri, Shirting, Glnghami, I v
f-" i An Cotton Battings. -AIM.
Blanket, Vlanneli,
'"" ' Oatrlmemt, Clot Olotha, tte,tto :
Much below regular price. TM ..---
,.u ,"-uA ' BAIN at ION,
octlO ' h ' 1 1 ' 9 Booth High Btreet.
Oranbcniea I " Cranberries !
30
BBX. CRANBERRIES, IN GOOD
ORDta. ea coultnment. -i f- ft ,
lorsalelowby
' WK. H. RBSTIBATJX.
eetSt
f.-j t-. , , y f iOt South High goeet.
V BHAWL8, In new deelrne at 3 faValat i J W.
1.K00 yard Sapor rtatn BlteK Bilk at Bt UO-Talu
IKtnit. , i - - A V '
Imwh Heruioa.tnit' emta-aloe f7H otl a yard.
" 7eta fahnl yrd.
etlft ' I r? A iWilla Bareek
mi'
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