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UUU. W. MANlri-E.1N Ediwr.
COLUMBUS,
oiiio.
TUURSDAY4M0KNIN(i,0V. 21, WW.
Proclamation of Gen. Dix.
We publish' elsewhere tke proclamation of.
, tjiv Dixie tbe 6oplof Arioetnao nod forth
jnptae sotuitles Virjiniai ? t i W '
Thess two counties la Virginia form (he
Eastern store, esinecallel, lying along the
Chesapeake By. and furm the tonlbom ex
tremity of the peninsula IjIlj between teat
bey ami toa.AIIant'e ocean, ol w&icl) ueiawere
and the eastern counties of MarTland lorm ani
f matey pert. Te this duitrlet, formerly repr)-;
Rented In Congress Governor Wid, General
Dis. has sent a ore ef aboal four thousand five
hundred men under commend of General Loci.
wood, of Delaware. ,
jrTb sweets of thpdltioD ev.m to jbt
placed beyonj S doubt". . Pispstches Irom Gen.
Dis show .batths rebel la those counties ere
dispersing end the Union men uniting for their
ewn safety end the defense of the Union.' "
The rebels in ibe Accomac dietrlct bare not
been inactive daring the war Tbey have sent
quite a large number pf young men to the Con
federate army, and were said, when General
Dut Issued hie proclamation, to - bate In tbeir
locality a force of about (wo thousand men and
two small batteries on the Pocomoko. .
" White Ceneral Dit assures those who con
tinue In open and armed resistance to the au
thority of the Government, UiaV tbey will be
. ' visited with "the severest punishment warrant'
ed by the law of war," loyal citizens are lo be
protected In all their rights of person and prop
" - erty under federal and Sute laws, and eiaves
are debarred from crating withla our lines-
Tbla last clause will no doubt meet the hearty
condemnation of those psesdo patriots, who sub
ordinate Ibe preservation of the Union to the
extinction of slavery, who pounced upon Gen.
SaiiMaN'a South ' Carolina proclamation, and
- have gone into extacies over John Cochanc'i
late emancipation war speech and Secretary
CaxtaoN's indorsement.
Negro Emancipation Not Final.
An ardent Abolition paper published in the
State of Neir York' candidly admits that if the
war were ended, the territorial integrity of the
Union restored, and elamy abolished in all the
States, there would still remain other questions
to be settlfd, at Important and vital as that of
. emancipation.' It regards tbe question of negro
slavery as merely secondary and external, and
aller.ee that with that aueetlon dUpoeed of, the
trend trunk and root of slavery would etill re
main, and the final etruggle would still have to
be fought and the fioaf reform accomplished.
And npon what, carious reader, do you imag
'ne our Abolition colemporary bases hie idea of
ike future contests that are to arise when slave
rs ia diaposed of by the general emancipation
ol the blacks T 'An extract from bla paper will
best answer the question: ' '
At the South there Is the oppression of
forced labor chattel slavery; at the . North is
the hireling system the slavery of flie poor to
toerlcn, of labor to capital. ;. j -
.' Looking at this comparison, our anti-slavery
philanthropist cannot resiat the exclamation,
"How foolish the Idea that the abolition of
t? By recent dispatches, It would eeem that
the prospect of re-opening the Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad, which baa formed tbe staple of
much speculation far some time past, is rather
d'.stint, unless some effijient means are adopt
ed to prevent the rebels from carrying off its
machinery and tearing np the track. The gen-
.'era! poblie begin to thick It about time that the
Government had. eatixe and secure control of
the road through its whole length between Bal
timore and the Ohio river.' '. ."., -i
' IT The President, It is understood, does not
. inleod to eall for additions to the' volunteer
". force beyond the ve hundred thousand author
ized by tbe late act of. Congress. It tbeee,
.'when armed, equipped, and sect intn'the field,
are found InanfBcIent, Congrets at Its text ecf
. sion, which will commence a few days hence,
can authorise the raising of new reoruita.
Escape of Hon. H. V. Whaley.
' Under date of Irontoa,..Ohio, Nov. ISih, a
eorreepondent Of the Cincinnati " Commercial
.' writes: t.i : i.-
John Campbell, Esq., of this place, has Jost
returned iron cerede, wno reports Uiat JUon.
if. V. Whaley, the Union Congressman from
the Wayne (Va.) District, In command of tne
- Federal troops at Gayandotte, and who was
uken prisoner by Jenkins, made hie escape
', from his guards at Cbapmanville, Va., last
', Thursday, and came Into (he eamp at Ceredo
. last Saturday. Mr. C conversed with Whaley,
and learned from, him tbe exact force of, Jenk
ins's cavalry . is one thousand, lour hundred,
well armed and equipped. One thousand two
hundred were in the attack at Gayandotte
They are now supposed to be in Logan county,
on the Gayandotte river. ' They have from fif
ty to sixty prisoners taken ia tbe affair at Guy
aadotte. -Among tnem are Dr. Morris, of tbie
place, the- Surgeon of the regiment, Captain
t'eyna, and several other citiieos of tbie eouoty.
IT.Tbe.New York World calls fer a "good
system of bankruptcy organized'and regulated
by not of Congress' which, it says, ''is iodispeu-
. sably necessary as a part of the commercial
machinery of the country.,, ' .'v""'" " '
ST To-day, Thursday, Nov. Sis., is Thanks
giving Day In Massachusetts. The change was
made from the customary last Thursday in
.j November, ti mark the anniversary ofenter
v' log Into the compact on board the Mayflower In
1620.
Unfortunate Accident in Western Virginia.
.Wo regret to have to record the death of
Captain Bell and seven of b'.s company, belong
- lor to the ' Forty fourth Ohio, by drowning in
Kanawha River on the 16tb inat. They were
in the yawl crossing tne river, when tue steamer
Commodore Perry backed on them and run tbe
vawl down. I be aHair occurred near Lamp
tunyan. . ...
New Jersey Election.
Legislature of New Jersey stands thus:
' Dtmoeratt. Sepullieani.
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In almost every county whero the Republi
. eans have come lorward as such, says the New
Jersey Herald, they have been overwhelmed.
And it adds: "With a snited Democratic party
wo eaa fcavo a united country. Democrats
made it what it icoe Republicans have made
it what it (.' Dtmocrata must rescue it from
'--ia peril now, and ever after direct It onward in
prosperity.'
J. ! rr i .
'.. ; H7W Cad in the New York Wtrld the vote
, lot Canal Commissioner at tbe late election In
4hat State, to every county except Sullivan.
. With that exception tbe aggregate vote sUnds
for TauiaDoB, the so called f eople'e eandi
Sale, 104,292f for Baucsi, Repubnoaq, 17,337:
'ftir',ViinHt,lDemociatt l93,834lmaJority for
WniOHT over Bau, 14,897. j ' - " -1 ('
Gen. Sherman's Proclamation.
jJbeNew jjg. JTYioane and other abolition
ptinti art wonderfully' worried about lenerai
S)iiun's pmclaaaatloni beoaust .It te oof,, of
the FatnoNT and Jim U order, ineioiiow
Ing portions, oj It are specially objectionable to
them: " "
The dictates of a duty which, under these clr
oumstances, 1 owe to a great sovereign fitate.
and to a proud and hospitable P"P t
whom I have passed wme of the pleasen teat
data of ait Me. prompt me to prooialm that we
hive wme imtog you with oo feelinge of per
karat wear euurm.
j u. ti,t. er interftr .
tut. tWd "' hmm
cd,tJui rtiitr untvudabu. , . t --.
i ui (. muni inODt ' tM AS
loyal men, fully lmwessed iwOJito
tloual oblications to the cttisens of yoar Btate.
Those blitatione shall be P" ih"'hV
in our power. But be not deceived. The obll
... .' ...nnrualiir armed' eombinatlone
la.ttbeCoustituUonal autborit lee U prf
mount to all othere. If.ln the performance or
tbie duty, other minor but Imporwnt obliga
tkms should beta any way neglected, It must be
attributed to the Beeeealtiee ol the ewe, because
righta dependent on the lawe of the Bute) must
be necessarily subordinate to the mUiUry ex-
lloD-
T. W. SHERMAN,
Brigadier-General Commanding.
Ile'adii'uMtera G. p., Fort Royal, , -
beta, loot. ;
. . Tbe Cincinnati nflrrr sye on tbie lub
(eel:
These radical Republicans don't want to hear
tiona" wblch thei won't recognize or perform.
i i nit innni riiiniiiniT -AuejtiMvvw
. i innaliine htniiinir nnnn
.V, TKsa f-nt fa. thu AbolUlODUU f O0D
upon all our Uenerais exoepi ivuiu.
Lane, for the same reasons they are upon Sher
man. We believe the soldiers reolprocate tbe
feellna. and next to a secessionist umuas u
Abolitionist. - . -
. A regular Abolitionist is as muoh despised by
the true Union soldier, as a secessionist. They
are quite as mischievous to the cause of the
Union.
Re-Opening of Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad.
" Wa hone the anticipation of the early re-
onenlne of this road In the following paragraph
which we copy from an Eastern paper, may be
realised: ' '
The reopening of the Baltimore and Ohio
Road, a matter of vital Importance to both the
farmers of tbe North bank of the Ohio and the
business publlo of the Eastern cities, is in a lair
way of being accomplished before mid winter.
Tbe advance of General Kelly to Romney has
allowed the company to rebuild two important
bridges one at tbe North branch of the Poto
mac, and the other at Patterson Creek, and as
the Fedoral lines advance the road Is to be put
in comnlete running order. The distriot yet
...rti.u in Ahil noMeaaion. or liable to inter
roptloo by them, is that situated between Har
Mit'a F-rrr and Hancock. distanoe of forty
nine miles. From movemente now In progress
there is reason to believe that the rebels will be
induced to clear out from that part of Virginia,
and when they do the road will be Immediately
owned . To effect this object would be as good
as tbe winning of a battle by the government.
Its value, In adding to tne voiume oi biu
Eul dnrine tbe winter mooins, cannoi oe over
estimated. ' ' -
Rebels Sea and Rebels on Land.
' The New York TforW.inthe annexed para.
graph, probably gives as good an answer, if not
a satisfactory one, as can be given to m per
plexing question: '
A correspondent desires to know "why it is
that the soldiers of the South, caught upon the
sea, should bt hung as pirates, while those
captured on land are Kept unnarmea as prisoners
of war." At this difference ol treatment per
plexes probably many otters besides me writer,
we take an opportunity vj explain, a us uumub
ti on arises from accident rather than from any
liiffVtwnoe in tha heinoninesa of the crimes in
th ea of law. The rebel on land and the reb
el at sea are equally guilty of a capital of.
reuse. Tne lormer incurs me guui tu treason,
th utter of nlraov. A difference, however, ex
lets In the method of prosecution. The pirate,
wherever arrested, can be brought for trial be
fore any United States Court in tbe Union, and
hence there has been no difficulty In securing
the prosecution of all cases of piracy. Tbe
crime of treason can be tried only in the Sute
.hr tha nfTVtnsa la' committed, which. Of
course, renders impossible the regular trial of
all treasonable offenders in tne eutes now in
rebellion. What, then, can be done with this
class of criminals? Are they to be liberated
because the Courts that should try tnem sre ne-
vond the reach of the authorities ( if not,
thA mnt he held In duress, either to be ex
cbaneed for Federal soldiers who have been
eanlured. or to ne aeait witu wucu iw um
been restored to Us regular course. . ,
The Retrograde Movement of the
Union Army in Missouri.
This movement has excited no little bitter
irony and severe comment on the part of those
journals who were so Indignant at tha removal
of Fbimont. Tbe reasons for tbe recent change
in Fsimokt's plan of conducting the campaign
io ti e West are thus briefly stated by tbe New
York World, in reitrnog to a letter irom
Missouri correspondent: 1 -v
Fremont, it seems, utterly ignorant of the
force, intentions, and even position oi tne ene
my, allowed himself to be led on by Price,
through a difficult country, where tne enemy
was at home, and could retreat without obstrno
tlon. and had no Intention of giving battle,' until
ftr tbey bad exhausted ana orippiea tne union
forces by a long, harassing, and fruitless march.
It was not worth while to weaken our army on
the Mississippi and prevent an advance down
tha river for the sake of civing chase to a re
treating rabble that had no intention of fighting.
An Important Statement.
SecreUrv Chaso, in the course of some re
marks addreieed to tbe New York bankere, last
week according to the New York World
gave strong and pointed assurances that the
Uoverameut now saw ineir way oieany to queu
ibe rebellion: that tbey had information wblch
warranted him in eaying that the publio would
soon hear glad tidinge of succeee, snore start
ling and mora effective in .their results than
those from Port Royal and the wests .that
neither tbe Government nor General McClel
lan ever had tbe least idea of placing the army
in winter quarters, but, on the contrary, the
military plana all contemplated regular, sys
tematic and energetlo activity in pushing for
ward upon the rebels as prudence and judgment
dictated; that Government had ample funds to
supply every liability until February 1, and that
all the machinery, of the Departments was
gradually working into a very satisfactory state
of efficiency. - ; i , .
The impression made npon the assembled
bank managers was increased confidence in
the Government, and a feeling that rapid pro
gress was being made to suppress the rebellion.
I
BT The following is a recapitulation of the
losses on both sides at the battle of Belmont,
Missouri, made op from tbe offioial statement:
Union,
Killed....
......... m ..
Wounded
Misting ana prisoner
3811
S39
S78 L.
. 0G ' ,
. Total.
007
Important.
' The Washington'' correspondent of the New
York Tribunt of the 18th, saya: .
' Mrs. Lincoln, escorted by Gen? Sickles, to
day visited the Arsenal. -..-.
The writer failo to let the people know, the
color ot Mrs..LiNcoLN's dress or bonnet-, '
! U Gio. P. Botxt, of. the Cincinnati Tunes,
who was arrested at Louisville a few days ago
by order of Gen. Sherman', accused of forestall,
ing the news, has beeh released, and tas ro
turned home. . 1 . "a ?i ' '
The State Quartermaster-General's
Department Relieved.
nnt.tmaatc-Geuercl Vrlcht has lust re
turned from a business visit to Washington.
Uehas obtalnoil from tne Assistam-vtoarwr-m.nar
U. B. A.. Coluuul Grossman, at Phila
delphia, one thousand five hundred overcoats,
and a promise ot Bvo thousand morei awv,
tknnnd hUnknta. ana thousand horse biankets.
one thousand talmas, and on thousand pif of
Moves, for tbe First Regiment of Cavalry, at
Camp Chase. ' Ho waa unable to make a final
settlement of accounts between the U. 8. Treas
ury and tbe State Quartermaster's Department,
owing to the fact tbat the Auditor of Btate did
not leel bimseii autnonseu w it
bills and reoeipu on whloh ho bad
vanees for the General Government, which bills
and rtoelptt too Mies ei
Treuury requires butGereral Wright obuln
ed from Secretary Chase an advance suffloient
to meet Immediato pressing engagements, and
at hie request, under ordere from the Governor,
Quartermaster-General Melge determined to
Initruot the U, S. .Qaertarmaeter, Captain
Myers, at Columbus, to relieve the 8ute Quar
termaster's Department of Its oar and respoosl
billty concerning Ohio Volunteers.
Tjo following is a copy of the5 letter of In
structions to Capt. Myers, In aooordanoe with
Gen. Wright's request: t . ,w ,,. ,
QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL'S OFFICE,
WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 13.
Capt. F. Mti, AuUtant QuarUrmuttr V. S.
A.. UalMnbliM. (JAiof i ... v
Tha Govarnor and Quartermaster-General of
Ohio have reaoested that vour orders ana in
struotlons may be so modified as to authorise
yon to perform all regular itoartermasiw un
ties. 1 understood that when yon were ordered
to Columbus to assist the Governor in equipping
and orsanlslcK tbe Volunteers raised by tne
Stita. li waa In vour oanacitv of Qaertermaater,
and that yon are already therefore authtrlsed
and Instructed to periorm an toat isue witow
tha dutv or a Uuartermaeter. ion wm con
sider tbat this le the wish and instruction of this
Department. At tbe time of the great pressure
nnon aha Deoartment. incident to raising and
equipping troops, oertaln authority waa given to
the Governor of Ohio (respecting eontraota for
clothing, etc.T" . Yon will, if
quested by the Governor, adopt all contracts
made within the spirit and meaning of this or
der, and carry them out as if tbey had been
made by a regular quartermaster, verv careiui
however, to conform to the lawe and regula
tions of the Department, and exercising a sound
dlnnretlon.
Such Quartermaster stores prooured by the
Sute authorities for the use of the troops as
the Governor may desire to have turned over to
on. van will receive and receipt for.
The object of the Governor is understood ts
oe to transfer to the office of tbe United States,
the management of affairs of the Quartermas
ter's Department In connection with the volun
teers In Ohio, as named by the Sute officers
under authority given under a publlo exigency
wblch Is no longer pressing.
The sooner tbe whole returns to tbe direct
control of the United States officers tbe better.
Tbe assistance of the State hae hastened Into
the field a laree force. The unaided services
of tbie Department oonld not have accomplish.
ed the whole work so soon, and tha Department
and eonntrv are nnder obligations for the assist'
anoe thus rendered, but the State officers should
be relieved of tbe labor and responsibility at
soon as possible.
Very respectfully, . '
Your obd't serv't,
WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 13. M. C. MEIGS.
Quartermaster-General.
This authority transfers a large amount of
the businees and liabilities of the State Quar
termaster's Department to the United States
Quartermaster. For the present tbe Sute De
partment will however have charge of ord
nance and ordnance stores. The Commissary
Department was some time ago practically turn
ed over to the United Sutee authorities, and In
a week or two the Adjuuot-General's office will
be the only SUte department of war having sig
nificance ia eonneotion with the Federal Gov
ernment. . r. -
Quartermaster-General. Re-Arrest of Gwin and Benham.
[From the New York World, of Monday.]
newt received In Washington of ths
capture of Mason and Slidell by Captain Wil
kes, of tbe San Jacinto, was responded to al
most immediately by a telegram from Secreta
ry Seward to tbie city, directing tbe re-arrest oi
Ex-Senator Dr. W ilium M. Gwln, John Calhoun
Benham and J. L. Brent, who, it was thought,
would not be so secure on their parole of honor
after bearing of tbe capture of the rebel com'
missioners, -as tbey were previously. Since
tbeir arrest by General Sumner and subsequent
arrival in this oity on the Champion, these par
ties havo been stopping at the ew xork Hotel
enioyinK the privileges afforded by their parole.
to look about them and Uke notes. On the re
ceipt of the telegram directing their re-arrest,
Mr. Superintendent Kennedy deuiled officers
lor the purpose, ana tne parties were conveyea
to police headquarters, together with their bag
rase. A laree number of Derrlogei pistols
and Colt's oavy revolvers, together with a qaan
tity of bowle knives, dirks and other weapons,
were found in tbeir possession i in fact, their
baggago waa fairly crammed with these mttr.
deroue weapons. - After a short sUy at head
quarters they were Uken to Fort Lafayette,
where they will bo held, to await the arrival ol
the other prieonore.
British Precedents for the Seizure of
Mason and Slidell
If nreoedents are to bo consulted, several
mav be found of a character verv similar to the
set of tbe gallant Captain Wilkes, with tbe po
sition of the oarties reversed. Durlne the Re
volutionary War, in 1780, Henry Laurens, of
South Carolina, waa dispatched by tbe Contl
nental Consrese as an envoy to Holland, in
neutral ship. When off Newfoundland she was
overhauled by an English frigate, and Laurens
was seised with his papers, and sent to London,
where be wss kept a close prisoner In the Tow
er until tbe war was ended. The British Gov
ernment, eo far from apoloelzine to the Dutch
for seizing blm, made tbe fact that bis dispatch
es indicated a friendly feeling toward the Amer
lean colonies on the part or Holland a pretext
for declaring war against that country. I
' Durlne tha Canadian rebellion of 1837-8. the
British authorities not only invaded our territo
rv in nursuil of the rebels ef tbat davbut de
stroyed the steamer Caroline In our waters for
ths offense of carrying passengers to the rebel
resort on Nsvy Island a very similar offense
to tbat in wbicb Captain w likes found tbe Trent
engaged. For thie performance, it may be re
membered, the chief aotor, Allan MoNab, was
honored with knighthood by the British Govern
ment. , , . .
Io another similar cass In tbe Irish rebellion
of 1848, the person of Terence Bellew MoManus
was forcibly taken from an American ship, ths
brig N. D. Chase, of Boston, In tbe harbor of
Cork, where he bad taken shelter nnder the
stars and stripes, at a time after shs bad clear
ed tbe portend was virtually on her voyage,
having been lying off the harbor, for six days,
waning I or a lavoraois winq. , . . . . , . .. ,;
Warlike Stores Arriving in Canada.
The Quebec correspondent of the New York
Times, writing under date of the ldihlnsunt,
sayst i . ' . i.-a )" .
"Three vessels bars lately come into port
with warlike stores for tbe British uovernment.
One of them, tho Conway, from London, bad
fifteen ww$aifir kundrcd barrels of sunpow
der on' board, me ureas uritain brought tne
larreet careo of warstnir ever landed bere,
The Ealing Grove also brought a lot, and the
steamship Jura landed a quantity of stores for
our garrison. Tbe soldiers have been kept
busy hauling guns and ammunition np the hill
into tbe eiudei." ' ,-'"' j
j While Great BrlUin is thus sending any quan,
tity of arms and soldiers to Canada, ber sutee
men tell us she does not mean any thing by it,
and tnat tney are surprised tbat wo should bavs
any distrust of her intentions on this side of
the Atlantic. She only means to be prepared,
that is all. Cin. Enq. 1 t .-, t v .... -
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DowanoNS ton tws Faiilv or Jactsoit, trs
Mcbdbseb or Eixswoara. With pride aid
pleasure we reoord the gratitude of tha South
era people in announcing that no lese than thirty
thousand dollars, made ep by tho free-will .of
ferings of men, women and children, now stands
to tbe credit of the widow and children of the
martyr Jackson, the brsvo Alexandrian, who
felt in defenso of the flag of his country.
Should tbe marauders penetrate to our hearth
stones ww trust that tbey will find that the ex
ample of Jackson is not last opon the) fathers,
husbands, sons and brother! of our City fRick.
mmi Esaminir, Not, li. iJ;wv-) ,
irr. Tho et.!-aseIon of Ibe, U i;isi turt oi
out l-uroli! , auer snung surra u r
ivrned ie i t on tUe 6ft U- af ar ooslng
...,ul,i.., ll.l VlntA-a and onlorlUK the l.ikUkS to
loan the Btato fsf- The pan.u of the
Presidential electors are uenry louog, "uj.
H. Treseott, Root. F. W. AUaton, John S. Pal
mer, J. Duncan Allen, John Q. Hope, Tv Edwin
Ware and Franklin I- Moses.,
' J f I I I , . . . . ? I C I
TharAtt.Anv iTSL T.i AVflUi rathe blalml ibe
.Winn nf .liit-fiva Demooratle members oi
tbe Genoral Asiembiy, wnion numoer is a mi.
Jority of tbat body, Tbe Senate sUnds tweuty
one Republican, fourteen Democrats.' - ,
Within tan davs ths Ohio Ordnincs Deput-
ment bae sent ten wagon loads of fixsd ammu
nition to Kentucky, and seven to Roseorans, at
Gaulev Bridge. Arais ars now rrmuKi , .u
soon enough wilt oe in twi
reglmenU,
"."J t' '' . ' . 1 '
irra nmiit HousToit. The Galves
ton CMUn says that "at last aooounU General
Houston was slowly recovering, ana was
edontof danger." -- -- '
n.i, ana Rnl.nilaS. The donations fof
soldiers In service do not oome In now as liber-
ally as tbey did some weexs ago.. i"wui.
number of artlolea reoelted at the warehouse of
the Quartsrmaster-Gsneral le eutea as touowe.
3,958 blankeu, 620 quilts, 837 ooverlets, 6.8C6
pairs socks, 1,189 pairs drawers, 1,670 shlrU,
6C7 pairs mlttsns.M neck oomforu,20 ooaU
sod overcoats, 4 vosU, 13 pairs panto, 45 pillows,
35 nlllow cases, 67 sheets, 47 towels, 89 ear
' .a . . a X It
Vi bnnaiee pannages ana nu. ,
DIED.
Rov. 80th'.s'aitu Joms, ssnof P.O. and Catharine
Jontt, agsd one year f gur months sod Are days, r i ,-;
The friends sad aeeuahitaneai ot -the family ars
rcnxetfnllr mMsted te attend the fuasral from thtlr
mldenee ea the corner el High and tons streets, at t
o'eloak this afternoon
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
HEW GOODS
...i , ..-. , , At : ' t . '
P. HOSE'S
TTAVIIfO JEST RETURNED
FROfll
AX I
How York, I an aowfcrapared tooStr to tho publlo
a snoot esMlloat asooitmont at uvuva sua ni,
W1AB, such as
CLOTHS, "
CASSIMERES, '
VESTIGNS,
And a general aiaortmentot
FURNISHING GOODS.
of the richest and neatest itjloo In tho aurket; all of
which I an selllna at tho CHBAPISt POBSISLS
BATKB IOB CASH.
TTT" Rpeclal Attention Paid to mill-
torr oiltcere ClettalnK
Barlnf had lonf experience la the Oat and If anufao-
tnro or omoort' uiotning, i rooi oonnaeni i can firoon
tire sallitaoUon to all af patrona.
P. ROSE, ,
Horehant Tailor,
Cor. High and Town Streets.
Columbus, Ohio.
aovl-U
HEADLEY, r v
EBERLY & ,
I: RICHARDS'S
NEW STORE,
Q30
ctn3.
$0UTH HIGH; $T8EET, '
Are sew opening s large lot of
Lidies', Misses' and Children's
- FUR S
T-arMoc' nifttrtf Plnolro
JJUUIUU vtv VIA VAVUtAVkJj
BALMORAL SKIRTS, !
Shephard'g Plaid Shawls,
-. A SI
Ladies' Merino Vests & Draw$rsy
Boys' Merino Bhirts & Drawers,
. ;zEPHva:won$TEP3,; ;
Embroidered It epps,
Xsettlloa', KTriToictia,
..... i
Opera Flannels,
WOOLEN BLANKET:-
OLOAK : OL.OTHS;
MISSES SUPERIOR LONG SHAWLS.
This firm, hiring adopted the Cash csteai la the pur
chase and sale ef floods, are enabled to Mil from IS te SO
per eon t. less than other hemes under the credit intern
HEADLEY, EBEEIY & BICHAEDS,
250 and 252 soute' man street
. r COLUMBUS, O.
novBI
.rr f ,
100
in ATS CASSIA.
Cans No. 1 Oorernment Kutaegs.
- mils u loves.
10 boxes Oltroar. ,- i,
SOboxeoMBEalilns.
, . 85 " Layer do. . ,.
i lwdmsMVias; i- . ; ' i
8 saoki tante Carranta, ets. eto.
Ia store lor sale by . ,
Wat. .H. BHTIlitJI,
botIP -, .r -tt '.. -100 goaUiBlsb Street.
THR REST BKAMDS OF
VLOUB, by barrel or drar load.
EA9IIE.Y
tor sale by
WM. B. EiSTIIAUX.
106 Sooth High Itreat.
norlO
Shooting Gallery.
THE undersigned' begs leave to bifonn his friend
that he has fitted np a .
..... , . 8H00TUIO GALIESY -v
AT TBS ' ;- '
VERANDAH, ON BTATE STREET.
flood flans. Air Guns, Pbtoli sad SefreaheMBts. .
WnoTl3dtt . CONRAD RIOHAEDg.
? Plaixiiel ' GhixtiEsa.
pl.AI"J,PtAlP,TltIPElTf7ILI..
X in Boot exieiuire swee ia uw eiiy
Army Woolen PocH. j
Shaker BIMwd Boeks. f f f t f f " KV
; j TJnrier Shine and Drgwert, 5 Jj f , X " ' '
Cotton and Merino books. ... J J
... Ooldea Bill Hbiitau j .oi -AB ,j V. '
Croat's HoeaOoUarl. Neck ties'.' '
r: i j , .....I i nAin tan, I
toetio
Ko, loath HljhKiwet,. V
No'H-'East Town Steect,
HAS) ON IIANU A rtKB ITOCK OsT
"..U lT'V
il I L LIVERY GOODS,
wiilch sue will sell at the Very lowest joulblf 'ulcs tot
oath. . , '
Ladlas, pleats call and exsalna eur steok before roa
purobats elaswlwre. .
tr ' ClOAKS OBBZB
On Short aotloo.
aevle-dlw
AND
IilPROVED ' MACHIKEEY
, mi , v ,
STEAM'PftWER.
'N.' W. LEFAVOR, Supt:
KOI. , H , 8 NORTH BIOS BTE1JT, '
Statesman Dalldlnv, SeooB Floor,
svtrB, HoTlne's State Steam
-' Prlntins; Boome.
, , l t . IXIBA, lUBalAHtlAL
PAGED BLANK BOOKS,
With er without Printed Headings, on Superior Papoa.
, , RULED AND BOUND .
, To any required Pattern.' '
....
8TAI1 DIPABTU1NT8, . .!
BATXROAS OlflOBB,
BANKING H0TJ8BB.
"I H'.v"i!i c ;7" .. ootraiY ofmom, ;
Hi.-
Iurnlhed at the Lowost Prices.
BOOKBINDING,
'' B tho Idlilon or Blogls Volumo
lIAQAZnisV ...
- MONTHLY PUBLIC ATIQNBi
'" ' ' P AMPULS rs, . .
" " ' PAPEBB, ' ": - ', "
Bound in any Required Style.
for Publlo and Private Libraries.
Orders from abroad will rootlro prompt and special
attention, aaunos,
J. H. RILEY, or, N. W. LEFAVOR,
Bookseller and Stationer, " Superintendent
? South High Btroat. '"' franklin Bindery.
aovl-43a
AKIN & EMERY,
169 ' SOTJTH HIOH STREET)
Em ft Fall and OoapltU AMortmtnt of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
Stoves ob a-ratos,
TIN AUD COPPER WAKE,
JAPANi GOODS
' Of almost every kind,
Elegant Chamber Sets,
, J. SPICE AND SEED BOXES, ,..
Tin Toys, and Articles in that Line,
fot uttio People.
Knive and ITork, Bpoozut, Tubs,
Baokta, Blxoreusi and Tongs,
t't Goal. Soda, ato, ,
..',7' oV For the Larger Ones. 4i
We fonld eall yoar further attention to the bet that we
v are SOLI AQENTB for thecals of the
STEWART COOK STOVE,
Which If. In ill reroeoti, clearly the "ATTIOORAT Ot
TBfl KIT0HIH.'r having no oqoal la the eompleteneM
of Its porfonnanoe and economy of fuel. The clearest
teetiaony ef IM superiority te tho fact that manufao
tarars and dealers ars constantly Imitating It, ooolng as
aear Has poulbie In XXISBNAI, APABANOB.
Call and ezambie our stock. It li no trouble to show
our goods. . .. .
AKIN & EMERY.
eetH-dlss - -v .- . :
SPECIAL NOTICES.
THE DEVIL IN THIBTJLATIOX.
tbe Drrll laughed in his sleeve as he surveyed tho
boats of emaciated living skeletons eansed by tbe use ef
Impure Imitations of Baleratui, but when he saw James
Pyl';pnre Invigorating Dietetic, be ezolalmed, 'I
bat tent Pile has done Itl People will have health
nowl" Depot, US Washington street, New Xork.
:- TO MARRIED MEN,
Or Tlioee Oentemptatlng- narriasxa
TBI andenlgned will give Information on s Very ea-
teruUng and important subject, which will be valu
ed mora than a thousand times Its cost by every married
couple of any age or condition In life. The information
will be seal by mail to any aldresi on tbe reoelpt of S5
oeats (sttear) and one red stamp.
All letters ihould be addrencd to
, ,. ., f v h. B. BOBKIB, M. B.
Oct31-lf3tawdkw -. k .Boston, Maaj.
For Females Generally, The Braadreth
Pills cannot be too highly spoken of. they remove all
obstrectioss, give energy sad strength; cure tbe dis
tressing headache, unfortunately so prevalent with the
sex; depression ef spirits, dullness ef sight, nervous
affections, blotches, pimples, sallowness of the skis, ars
removed, and a Juvenile bloom and general sprlghtllness
Indicate the power and bealthrulness of BBANOBEIB'I
PILLS. ' c ..... .w . . .
Ladles, at delloate periods, will And them unrivaled;
they are the best medicines for mothers and children,
end cure worms and eostlveneie.
Let It be remembered, that BBANDBXTH'8 FILLS
are easy In their operation, and yet unite mildness with
efficiency, sad require no alteration of diet during their
use, '-v. . . , -. s -
Mrs. Morgan, corner of 15th tree t and Union square,
Vow Xork, was dying, apparently, ef OoneKmoM.
She was given up to die by ber Physicians, and all her
friends, but after using BSAXsarra's Pius for a few
weeks, the cough left ber, sod she began to regain her
strength, and Is new able to attend to ber duties, and
recti eure of soon attaining robust health.
Mrs. Wilson, et No. 39 Beach street, New York, has
cured Vyipepila, Small tea, Measles, Dropsy and tr
phue lever, and all Iloadachei, and Bilious diseases.
with BaairoasTn's Fills, will be pleased to aniwsr any
questions." '-' v
leM bv Joan ft. Oooc. Druniit. Columbus, and fa
all raepaetabte dealers la medicines. -- -
octSV-dim ,v , ...... ... . .
yrT. MANHOOD, i i
C - DOW LOST, HOW XX8I0BKD.
Just Published In a Bealed Invelopet Price 6 ets.f .
A LB0TTJB1 OW TH1 N ATTOM, TBBATMK1CT AND
RADICAL ODBI Of SPKBHATOBBUKA Or Seminal
Wukneeo, lnvolnntary mlMions, Beiual Debility, and
Imnrdimenti to Harrian enerllly, MervonmeH. Ooa-
eumptiou. Xpllepiy and Pits, Mental aad Pbriioal In-
wpacity, reiulting from aoif-abuM, Ac By Robert J
Oulverwoll, M. D., author ef the Oram Book. Sta.
A Been fa TbaiiaaBCs at 8niferen 1
Seat under seal, In a plain envelope, to any WAnm,
rt paid, en. recaipt of two steuipa, by Lr. OUAS.
0. KI.1N14; IV ewery. New loik. Peat Offloe Boa
i. ;'
fK in it c m
r--, 1 11W 13 THE TIIIB , JO fiJE!3pEIBB ! 1)
'l -ennex; , of ; gqjujjxoxitjo, omq '
' ' " V.i'' i.i'i' . iiw .;,-;.,) x. ''
The DAILY, at - - . 7.' J , , gix Dollaw per' Awum?
The TEI-WEEKLT, at ' ' Three) Dollars per.Annwa
The WEEKLY, at the low rate of ! . i ; , . .' V One Dollar per Annufo.
Subscriptions to the Daily and Tai
FOR THREE OR SIX MONTHS
v " It the above rotess and
TO CARRIERS IN ANY PART OF THE STATE,'
, At the usual rates, .is sn established and reliable organ of the Demooratlo putj,
THE STATESIIAH IS WELL KllOWij.
In the future, ae in the past, it will uphold and defend the
PRINCIPLES OF THAT GRAND OLD PARTY
Whioh has been so fruitful of good to the tEOPLE OF TEE UNITED STATES;' and wil
faithfully urge the re-eetabliesmuenl and snpremacy ot tha
DEMOCRATIC CREED AND POLICY IN ALL THE STATES.
As essential to the complete and perfect re-oonstruction of the '
ZHS3FL.XLai -UKTIO-Nj
On the basis on which that Union was originally formed.
The Statismax will support the Administration of the General Government in all legal and
constitutional eSbrts to put down rebellion ; and sternly resist the efforts mads in some quarters
to eonvert the present unhappy war into an Abolition crusade. - , - , .
It will constantly urge economy in the public expenditures, and ths most rigid accountability
of all public officers. - - . ..."
At a medium of general news, the Status aw will endeavor to make itself acceptable to its
numerous readers, and at alltimes supply them with , ... vv-it
Tho Xsntesst axxc3. xxxosst Xtellsvlslo Heporta
Of the home and foreign markets. In its columns
THE BUSINESS MAN, THE FARMER, MECHANIC 1D LAJCQRER
Will find their interests consulted and attended
1aaa aaaaanatum
Paring the approaching session of Congress we will have a talented and accomplished eorree
pondent at Washington, through whom our readers will be furnished with much valuable and
reliable information. . ''- ' - -
The doings of our own Bute Legislature will be fully reported, and the local news of the
State and our own immediate vioinity, will have a due share of attention, r. ,
We urge upon our friends in all parte of Ohio, and the North-Western States, to aid In extend
ing the circulation of the Statmkam, since by so doing, they will assist in the promulgation of
Tl WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN If CLUBS:
' ,! .-"i. j'.4
To any person raising a Olub of Ten Subscribers to the Wsxkxt Ohio Statesmas, and
sending us the money ten dollars for the same, we will send one copy gratis.
AU orders wilfbe promptly attended to.
Address, - UAJSTPESISTT A MUXElt, i
November 1, 1861. ,i
SUBSCRIBERS' NAMES.
a 'mm ..ci .ri. A..r
44-
i h , '4 r - . ' ' 1 .' Hi ! if
- VTurXLT Statbdcan will ps feoeived
the Vaxlt will be furnished ,
A
to, and no eflbrt will be spared to make it a first
rubusbers of ths Ohio Statesman,
: OottjinosrOflro.
I
POST OFFICES. ,
AUCTION -AND COMMISSION
Jt-4L GJ XVJL .
rpnB SCB9CBIBEK HAVING TAKEN
JL a leaee en tbe Store JMom
No. 11 East State St.,
hu opened It as an
Auction : & Commission Boom.
He Is now prepared te receive oo O ommlsiloa every
deaerlptlon of property, inch as Dry Goods, Groceries,
Llqaon, raraltara. Carriages, Horses, ato. Ha alio
Intends to derate bis attention to salee of Beat Hitate
and Pertonal Pioperty.at any point, within twenty oiles
oi moony, f'
Auction Sales Every Evening.
OonilgnBenti reipeolfully solicited.
W. ft. KINT, Auctioneer.
. ectl ' ; . ,
IfJTERESTirJC
TO EVERY READER.
II Is an todlspatable fact, ftiat If any person wants one
ot those oomtortable K8QUIMADX BATKK OViK
OOAI8, he will nenally find them In larva quantities at
MARCUS GUILDS 'S,
II any person deilrooi of ewnlsf one of the late style
of KNAVXR OVIK COATS, with sapa attached,
don't break your beads to learn where te find them, bat
so to t&e l
, CAPITAL CITY ARCADE,
Opposite tbe State Hooter '.
Ton will find then there In all color, kept by
- ; MARCUS CHILDS
DTTJ yoa never wear any ot the SILK MIXED OA8
8IUKB1 SUITS, which are sold at ths Capital City
Arcade I jrnin in aaa yoa win ana mem in pnee, at
e MARCUS CHILDS'S.
YOU may also bt la want of PANTS and VI8T8, and
there li bat one esUblltkment in ths West where
Pants and vests sra to bt bad in all stripes, shapes,
styles, quantities and qnalltlee, and that place is tbe
CAPITAL CITY ARCADE.
DON'T fonrat the extensive assortment of JTJRNI RH
INO GOODS, particularly la WOOLEN SHUTS,
which yon can And In "Red, white and bine," at the
CAPITAL CITY ARCADE, i
Superintended by Marcus Obllds.
It yon wish to wear garments MaDB TO OB.
It Kit. von can do no better than to so to the Mer
chant Tailoring Eelabllthment, next to tha Arcade, and
telaotyonrgoode from a ttock eomprlilng all color of
Beaver Cloths. Oaestmeres, 811k Velvet and Plush Vest.
Inge, and yoa will surely meet with a good At by parches
singat . . ..
MILITART GENTLEHsw, when thsy come to this
city, ae strsogors, and with to get a UNII0BH, it
is to their best advantage to oall at
MAttOUa UHIL.US'8,
When a large assortment ef BLTJH CXOTH and other
articles belonging to the equlpige of aa officer can be ,
had at very moderate prices.
an snort eau at
Marcus Childs's, ;
Proprietor of that extensive btutness locality,
NO. SI, 39 Sind 25 niOH 8THEET,
Opposite the Stats Hoase.
ocrS7dtni . ,A.
Tho Union Forever."
COLUMBUS t
ARBIY TEHT STOVE!
V HANOI A0TCBEP A!t, BOW) St
JOHN L. GILL & GOIT,
AT TBKIB IAL1 ROOMS.
Kos. 90, 92, 94 & 96,
ttOBtH HIGH IIBEET,.V t
.. (''' " "t -". - f t f'
irv kmImI and Bust aamnlafa Biitva tot Dffiaf
Tents ever BiaBUfaolnred. . ,'r ..;.u-j f
Sold at a very low nrure. ,
Call and axajolne bafyre parcbailnf f Isewovrt,-
ectSS-atf
GOOD SAIilARITAN.
E. B. ARMOTHONG,
No. i7 East Town Street.
WHOLESALE ft RETAIL DEALER IN
STOVES AND TIN WARE.
1TT A lane stock of the GOOD SAMABITAH an
hand. - -. ,
BOVlS-d3t
J. Tel. & V. KCERngR,
SkTOa O09 (7 1., 'I '
Corner of Broad & Front Streets,
OOLUMDUD,"
- - '" - . .7
- VEALXBSIM
CROCERIES, PRODUCE AND
PROVISIONS, '
FOREIGN &. DOMESTIC FRUIT?,;
Flora, salt, uairoas ; etc.
0T8UR8 BT TH1 CAN IS THilH 8JA80H.
eetSS-dly ,
NEW GOAL YARD.
.... i t
THE CNDKHSICNED KEEPS tOPI.
BIANILI on band and for sale, the best quality et
' HOCKING GliATB COit,
which as will sell at the lowest market prloM.
flail afid examine at Coal belor DorobaslBi else-
trbere. - ... ,. ' ; ..
Offloe at the store ef Bradford, Suydam St Co., head
ef Canal,
-a'.:. f.fltnrBAJK.
sep96-3m
Domestic Cotton G-oods.
OrFER the most Extentlve Assort,
ment of 7
Brown and Bleaehed Ootlon Ylaansli '
. . ... .. , Musllnsi V S t" 1 .
l . Sarniley Cotton SheetiDge; J ,'; f '
1 Beleot Styles of Calico's and Detainee? '
Ttoklora, Bhlrtlnfre, Ginghams,
'..'. And Cotton Battings'. . i S;:.;vsD
AUd, Blankeu, Flannels, ...
' Cualmerei, Oloak O loth,, eto, etcj A
If neh below legnlar prices. '
vv"v -v v BAIIf At SOBf,
Oct 18 i .v '89 South High Street.
Orasbcnica ! Cranberrica 1
OA nnt. CBAHBEUBIE8f 1M OOD
i)U OUDBB, ea conslgament.
for sale low by i 4 j fr r'
. S WM. H. BSSTIIATrX.
eetn . 10 South Ulgh Stnat.
VERT STTLIIIftSTHIPEn CIOTH
SHAWLS, in new deetinic at S W-Vln. 5 00.
1,400 yards Super ?lala Black fctik at 1 W-Tala
a I OA . vftrd.
frrichlerlnoe,fftf oMitt TlnS7iotrV!l '
( U4i-TaiUe way am. ,
- BAIlt At so.
I ue tHe.nBeRtAfllfkStreeti

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