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1861.
Apology.
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TbU has bseu owing to unavoidable dlfflU
.rowing out of TcVaDga of carriers, which wo
vero obliged: M mako.wd to the non fBU-
' eni,o( ngagemeutt oo the wrt, o P
.ij -l.k , flAltvcrlnS Of WO. paper. "
..... .TAritnn to remedy the pvu
r aeliTe'red to out-' patron. Id the city.
Apology. General Patterson's Speech.
,ir. Liik .i.here In this Ppe'. .M
t;..Zi0n to tli. charge Sai"4 hlni' ?f
permitting, when be tnighthave prevented, tbe
Lotion of Jo.HN.TON'. forces with thoe.,f
. .J."u..:i in ..'... Vnd thus oditflW
6..n.in. the disaster at Bull Run.
CUo. fitnnW has patiently borne tba e
ch and waited tinAl the retirement of Gen,
a i th. rlce has Riven him an oppor
Canity to V. without prejodlto the TJnton
' ..n.. hi. defense before, lh tribunal of his
, countrymen. He. now b?e that It was not
Vl ' : ... .w i f.u.fl to terform what has
v-...Mhiriottiabawdor.e, and what it, aj
,T i fear ho might; hevo -done, bad bla superior.
Foreign Ministers and the Capture
Foreign Ministers and the Capture of Mason and Slidell.
A Urge porUon of tb British people no doubt
desire tho success ot tne umra -
oounirr. .Butthorwent.displsjsof ior nd
ellloienoy on our part form a bitter pill lor me
aristocrats and Miles In Great Britain, who bare
apparently taken great delight In prophesying
iat'th. certain wnlaU of the Great American
Republic . ,
Lord LroM, the British Minister at Washing
ton, seems to be . type of Jhis class. He aP;
pears disposed to eeiie every occasion for dls
..,!,, th oesceful "relatione 'imbiistlng be
w0 . .i.t. ...nt.. nfl EnelaniL and to take
, u .. iircfii iuw - o -
th Mrlleat oDDortunity for finding fault, wbeth
er right or wrong, with the action of our Gov.
'eminent. 'The censures" and threats ho dare
,"l notmi'xrbfflolailj bi ministeriaLcharaoter,
' Jie make, unofficially Ui his private capacity -of
British subject.. . 1 '';
Lord Ltona .seem, thiok ha,t tne reoei
CommlsBionerB, Maoi and Slidell, instead of
.ft being sent to Fort Warren orebme other Union
lodging, .hould be consigned Jq the care and
keeping of Johw Bott Perhaps; It would be
i t prudent for 'my Lord, before expressing- his
;. nn;ntnn tnh brosdlV. 10 Will ana see
" whether hi. Goverpment wiU.f BBerf any ' claim
to the protection of tho perwna of Mason nd
Slioell. The Qaeen'e recent proolamatlon as
well as numerous precedents ia British -history;
would seem to.be, as" lawyers' say tft'filfPPel
any such claim , f , , . s ?
The Soanieh, at weU al tne r)nsa mwisiw
at Washington, appears desirous of fomenting
ta difficulty between this 'country and England,
oa account of the seizure '.of Mason and Su
vill. NothinV probably would ' afford more
gratification to the proud and aristocratic Dous
than a quarrel between England and the United
. States", in which Spain might,1ond a helping
band to the formM. and be M liberty to carry
ut her chcrislied schemeior ttie re coniinest ol
Mrtn
It may become necessary for our Government
IVta take some step, which shall convince ioreign
ministers resident at our .national Capital, that
iiomething i. due from them i htir private
'i'iralk and conversationby l way of courtesy, to
vard the Govemmeut and people of the Unite J
Slates. ...o-
" 1 It Is perhaps taken for granted. a IltUfl too
Voon by foreigners and some of out own eltl
. tens that the arrst of Mason and Stuoiix was
an act that will be flisavowea ny our uovern
.nent as made without its sanction or anthorlty
-It may turn out, a. has been semi-ofliciaiiy in
uiimated, that Instructions bad been sent from
'.""Washington to our consul, and commercial
" azent. abroad to keep a vigilant' watch on the
movmenta af tho rebel aeents, and that our
H-avU officers had been ordered to seize them
-wherever found. - It may be that Cpt. Wokes
koted on hi. own .responsibility, "simply because
th Instructions of the Government bad not
reached him. " ; r- i,ils.:'' . .
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[Special Dispatch to the Cincinnati Gazette.]
Question—The Cabinet Divided
in Sentiment.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 20.
At a so pper
.Col. Farnev last nicbt, Secretary Cameron re
' iterated his opinion that, a. a last resort, we
Ftmeht to arm every man who desires tc strike
' - . ... Cl , . m. C !.U - . 1
for Human Iioerty. cecreiarj qiuii-u pruraewu
"that the Administration contemplated no such
..policy. Slave, escaping irom rebels might be
ireoeived a. they cad been nituerto-rwitniB
line, of tho army: bnt it wa. not intended to
, arm them. . If twenty million of freemen could
r-oot, .ingle handed, subdue this rebellion, it
would be a disgrace to tiiem, ana tbey ougnt to
rive ud the contest. ' Robert J- .Walker and
Senator MuDongal followed In the same strain.
Mr. Prentice waa much embarrassed by the dia
vtusslon, whioh forms tho principal topic of eon
Mversation to-day, the same difference of opinion
obtaining eleewhere as at Forney's. '
Employing Negro Allies as Soldiers.
""We find the following In a report made by
ha New York Ttibutu of Secretary Cameron's
Jte speech at Springfield, Massacbojettac - :
V f"Tbe Secretary lurther remarked' thfrt in fit
ting out the expedition- which bad so recent;
ailed for the South, be bad directed that an
extra Quantity of guos should accompany the
forces, and (bat .the commander should place
thee arms in the band, of .ant men who might
Offer to ase them. ' He bad no dJirot that plenty
fftisen would be found, even to South Cafe
line, who. would be willing to figbrfc tbo
eane of freedom and tbe preservation of the
Onion. Jn thi$ beli-f ki would l thtt ay ether
txpedititm that might ktrtafttr eo South ihould
i'$ot tufieitnt rme n tnahU ihtfe ho ittirtd to
fight to takt thtJUld in id 4f uk VnUn eaute."
Rebels at their old Tricks—Ties Sawed
and Cars Thrown Off.
The rebels along tba line of tbe Hannibal and
L Joseph Railroad are commencing their 0u.
lsb outrages aga!n.-.They awefl fifteen tie. in
two against the rails.-ew they could. pot be die
covered. hont three miles thia aide of Mwnroe
Utton, Wednesday, and when the passenger
trail going West went ildtog, tos tie. spread
out, precipitating two freight ears overboard
Fortonatelyno etie was hurt," and but little
ctanaga doteU The' tebelr f that VSjr will
bay4o,bave notbn vMtationr from Federal
Hannibal Messenger, Nov. 15.
Sutler hat been prepaiing at Boston for a naval
cipedltion destination unknown which has
nrobabl stethis Dtiled. It includes th iplen-
did. -steamer Constitution and a number' of
atsaoeporte. Tb force employed -consists tf
eTx or six tboosana men mi vneee aoont
t.. thousand-will 'bar carried onjhe Conei'
t
.ouun.
Cochran, Cameron, and the Negro
Cochran, Cameron, and the Negro Question.
Hiahxr.ii tho Louisvllio Dvuki eCt o has
the fa:ulty oI eajlng raorei in lewer wr"
any othee man,'' says oi Cochran and Ca-
son and their Abolition speecheti
TOMXbonunTwtd"'Ts now a Colonel, has
been making a speech, In which ho r0Pf. "
and Cameron Indorses tne aemgBm '
rn In all It. length and breadth. . r
Thl- nan Cocnrmn wae "
.j friend f Breokin-
rldEe'i.- U. we distressingly ww -m
ani f beaded tho lew .1 the New York delegation
who felt deeply for BomoernTigu-. j
knew that John wa. playing the demagogue, and
keeping an eye on tho Booth, hoping tot honors
"7... , Th whole conduot of John &
Co.. as all Mosiblo men taw, was oalonlated to
W IJmmln. ,.. t:t: T " I '" "
,,.lt behoove, this demagogue now to bo more
fierce than the fiercest to prow his royalty. He
I. inat lha maa ta mlKO U0n ipeeoa iu
Cameron put in to win, Abolition applause
P.uthran mult nnt Olltdo him. . ! . . r
I . . 11.. V.
- Dameron never did auj ynutiyioj , w
never' accused of its' and it accused ,he was
never guilty ; Here, then.Sre two demagognes
'-one a Colonel, and tbe other an Incompetent
Secretary of War striving to outdo each other
in nnnrierino to Aholitlonism. Tb Cabinet bas
given directions on this whole subject, and these
subordinates are laboring to undermine, these
directions. The Cabinet snoma instruct iu
ian!rnfrna thnt It wis left to the rebels to arm
TnAUna. that the Government is
fully able to vindicate Itself, without resorting
to savage warfare. . I nis proposea uowjbui w
ih ittsi nr th tana i in sroseouiiuK w w
disgrace to the Government, and ia worthy of
just two sucn aemagogues as vocurau uu
eron. ' , - ., t- - '
Wh,4 .hall" he' done ."with neeroes, is
nzxHnr nneation.' In the case of Beaufort, S
rune away and leave the negro. It i cot the
hrminew of the artnv to make law. to govern
property. . The army can only treat neroee, of
whose ownership they know nothing officially,
as best they can; employ them, 11' they are
found Idle, as thev would anything else. State
law onl nan reach tb case of these negroes,
and tbe Stat authorise bave run away,-and
for all tbe army ha. to do, tn negro can run
aarav too. i' . - - ' , :v : -X .'
. Let tbe negro be tent to hi master, it may be
said. .Wfaeu there la any constitutional law
making tnat the doty of tbe military, II may ne
donei but if Jeff. Davis', horse should stray
mi Into McClellan's oamo. we aueellon if law
or courtesy would require the latter to .end It
hack. The neero will come under the .am
rule. . . An enemy must take care of bi. own
oroDertvs be can hardly expect it to be lent
back to him bv a narty be stands ready to shoot.
. The lniurv to slave property by this rebellion
anv man of sens unsihav foreseen. Gover
nor Morehead dealared. before be was bitten
by secesslonlsm, that it wa tb worst blow
slavery had ever received, and In that he spoke
as a rational man. Where an invading army
goes, and 8tate laws are dead letters, owing to
tbe desertion of white men, what is to become
of the nerro. when there Is no white man with
autbsrltv to execute Stat lawsT Shall the
Federal Government undertake to protect slave
ry In the States, or to execul State law with
no State authorities to administer themt '
Besides. If masters defy' Constitutions end
laws, and get up rebellion, wbat an they ex
mitt of the or pro. bnt to follow the example?
There are Inherent and insoperabl difficul
ties on this subject, which lie In tb way of tn
best Intentions, and when men are after their
rights hey shonld bave judgment enough to
a when thev are In the path to sacrlfte
rigbte; abandoning them to tbe protection of
(heir enemies, who have no legal power, if tney
had the inclination, to protect them.. . r .
. The course advised by Cochran, and indorsed
by Cameron, whilst it might do groat damage
to the rebellion, would do still more damage to
tbe Union cause.. It would disgnst tbe South
universally, and a great majority of tbe North.
We are aware that the rebels are destroying
tbe orooertv of loyal States and loyal men.
There are no base weans they do not resort toj
but the Government has no right to follow the
infamous example. It has full power to put
down this rebellion without resorting to law
less and revolutionary .means. . If It bas not
the power, better get it op, than to adopt such
means. ... . i '
.The dispatches may not fairly represent the
narties: but from their antecedents, we expect
nothing better lrom them, and are not at all
surnrised at tho report. Neither of them cares
anything about slavery. . Tbey never oared
aoytUng for the principle. . They are only
pandering to tbe Abolition . element, of . the
North for their own personal enda.,, ,-. '7
The Abolitionists in Motion.
CHERRY VALLEY, O., Nov. 18, 1861.
' , Eoito Oiuo Statesman; Thinking, perhaps,
you would like to learn the proceedings of a
meeting held by the Irrepressible, a few bights
.a .aaaM . a ia a
ago, tb subject seing, fine auty oi me Ad
ministration to declare a general emancipation
of the slaves, I will endeavor to give you
outline." '-,.-'. "''.l '
The meeting wa .called at the Inatano ol
Lyman Peck, notorious Garriaonian. Abel
Krom, the Black Republican Representative,
wa. President of said meeting, Mr.' Celestia
R. Colby, Sscrotary of the same. Mr, Peck
led the way, in bis usual tyle, cursing the
Government and th Constitution. After he
got through with hi. harangue a More of other,
followed, among the number tbe President, who
declared be wa. a constitutional man, bnt that
it was right to emancipate th slaves, the South
had been inch traitors. . One speaker wa for
banging tb President and all his Cabinet, Con'
gressmen and all. After the speaker that were
in favor of emancipation had finished, an op
portunity was given for remark, on the other
side, whioh was readily embraced by several
gentlemen, whose argument aeemed to pre
vail, for in conclusion tbe Irrepressible, circu
lated a petition for signers to be sent to the
President, and now bow many name do yon
guess they got in this stronghold of Black Re
pnblicenlsmT The' enormous number of six
teen., two third, of whom were out-and-out
comojnter., nd womeu at that.,. ,.,.,,..;
Your., respectiuiiy, r.
A SUBSCRIBER,,
it,.,:.-- :
Day of Fasting in the South.
The Charleston Mercury contain th follow
Ing proclamation irom Jeff. Davis, setting apart
a a ay (rriaay last; or; jemrii iu) toe
Confederate State:, v t , rs;a wj a
BY THE PRESIDENT—A PROCLAMATION.
Wberea. It bath pleased Almighty God, the
Sovereign Disposer of eveots, to protect and de
fend tbe Confederate 8tate hitherto, In their
conflict with their enemies, and to be Onto them
Ashleldt i" as it . - -
And, whereas, With greatful thanks, w res
ogniM Ills htnd.aod acknowledge that not hnio
as, but to Hint belongeth tbe victory t and In
bumble dependeeoenpon His Almighty strength,
and trusting la the laetneee of our cause, we ar
peal to Him, that Ha may aet at nanght tbe ef
forts of oar enemies, and put them to confusion
and sham. ' "' .
, Now, therefor, I, Jefferson Davis, President
of tbe Confederate State, In view of tha Ira
pending eonfliot, do hereby set apart Friday, the
15th dav of November, ae a day of feeticg, h
miliatiofl aba prayer, ana i. ao nereoyinviieine
Revvend Cieriy and people of these Confederate
States to neoalr oa tuat day to their usual place
of publio worebip ana to impiora me Diessing oi
Almighty UOS upon our arms, mat ns may givs
as victory over one eBemlee, preserve oar home
and altare fronV pollution, and aeoore to th
restoration of peace and proeperityt n u.
JEFFERSON DAVIS.
Ex-Senator Green.
from this State, was arrested onTbursday last
at bi residence near oanion. 'la ebArge of ad
offioer he arrived at Hannibal Thursdav eveoiotf.
and proceeded next day to tba headquarters of
General Tod a, at znawm vity," it is denied
that there I any trathfol foundation tot th re
port, recently circulated, that Mrr Greta tas
written a letter 4irateA'toaome one In Wash-
St.
Louis Republican, Nov. 19.
[Special Correspondence of the Detroit Free Press.]
from of
the Michigan Prisoners—The Drawings
for Hostages of the Pirates.
RICHMOND, VA., Nov. 11.
V avail mtaulf of the oBDOi tuollv afforded by
Aaa nf tnioa to tend what information lean
if those in Charleston I hava learned nothing
fuitber than that they are eald to be well treat
a. and tbatthev bare been Ukeri irons -bantu
Pinkncy and ar now In jail. . Probably tbey
hav eommunioatiott witn nom, ana win ia
lot- themselvee.- C. 8. Chtpman.'oC Company
B. waa aent to New Orleans. A letter recently
received from on of th prisoners state, that
th. ara eonflnad la the narlih laUl fourteen
lu room, twelt by twelve and deprived of aH
outside information, with nothing to read bnt
thBlbl.. .Tb letter state "tnat is gooa as
far as It go, bnt later new Is deairaui ror a
obang."
been
V. li ABUumaa. vi wuuipau
aont tn Cnlnmbia. S. C. ' - "- "
Tb following membere or tn rirst Hegi-
ment are still In Klcnmona. Lieutenant rarxs,
Company H, Sergeant Hartmeyer, Company A,
Corporal Smith, Company A, and private
Montgomery, Hutchinson, logons, ana ksgan,
af Comnanv Ai ttrivatea Brlnkerboff, Holmes,
and Rhode of Company U corporal isarnes,
and private Hubbell. of Company Fi Smith,
lam ana Lionnasnerry, or company n moors
and Kicb, of Company Hi and Bam. jonea, er
vant of Captain B utter worth, of Company C
Thev ara now all aoite well, and as comfort'
able as drenmstanoe will allow. They all
need olothlng badly, and have no means to ob
tain it. Tbey cave neen suppuea wuu uian
keu and straw sacks, and sleep quite comfort
Lieutenant rreston ana on private oi me
Fourth Regiment ar here, and tour other are
in Ubarlecton. i - " . "
Oar usually quiet Rabbatb was disturbed yes-
terdav bv a atartilne. altboueb to ns not an un
expected, event.' -Krlgaater-ueuerai winner
oalled at our quarters and stated that be bad
an unpleasant duty to perform: ' Assembling
tha ntlaonera arennd mm. ne reaa an oraer
tram tb eeoretary of War, directing him to
select by lot a prisoner oi tne niguesi rana neiu
by tbe Confederate Government to .tana as i
hostage fdr tb privateer 8mitb, recently con
Tinted In Philadelphia, tob ctaced in felon'l
eell and treated in every respect as the said
Smith Is treated by our Government. Tbe
name of six Colonels beld were placed In
box. and tha Hon. Alfred Ely selected to draw
the fatal number. It fell on Colonel Michael
Corcoran, of the 8ixty ninth New York, now In
Charleston. ' The order further oalled for thir
teen officers of th highest rank beld as host
area tor the crew of th Savannah. All tbe
fiflld offioera were taken, viz: Colonel O,
Wilcox. First Miohleans Colonel W. E. Wood
ruff. Second Kentucky! Colonel W. Raymond
Lee, Twentieth Massachusetts t Colonel -m
Coroawall. Captain Elehtb United States In
fantry and Colonel of the Tammany Regiment;
Colonel A. M.Wood, Fourteenth New Yoikt
Lieutenant Colonel G. W. Ncff, Second " Ken
tucky: Lieutenant-Colonel Bowman, PenU'
eylvanta; Major James D. Potter, Thirty-eighth
New York j Msjor Voge, United States armjj
Maior F. J. Cevere. Twentieth Massachusetts
Tbe following were drawn to make good the
number thirteen: Captain James Kicketts, uni
ted States Firet Artillery t Captain Hush Mo
Quade, Tblrty-dghth New York, Captain G
Rock wood. Fifteenth Massachusetts.
The same' treatment and fate meted out to
the privateers "will be theirs. Others will bs
drawn a occasion may require. Our Northern
friend must not flatter themselves that the or
der will not be carried out: we know It will to
th letter. 1 The Confederates bave staked
their all In this matter, and will take all th
chance. I bave no comments to make, or
rather will make none, and thereby take tbe
risk of this reaching it. destination. It l. read
both .ides of the lino, and we mnet necessarily
be discreet. " -- - "
Two hundred and fifty prisoner have been
recently sent to Columbia, 8. C, and two hun
dred and fifty more will probably go there In a
few dev.. ' It I. .aid the balance will eo to
Salisbury, N. C, soon, where permanent quar
ter are being fitted up.'; . ' '
All tb prisoner, are mucb Id want Of dom
ing Bom ar nearly naked. If we must re
main prisoner, otn we not be olothed in some
way 1 I presume clothing might be sent by our
Uovernment or eome autnonxea person to Nor
folk, and w ar assured that it will be for
warded to as. Money 1 received, or bas been,
without any obstruction on this aide, and I pre
tome clothing might be. " It 1 very tearee and
W here In fact, ie rot with difficulty at any
price- Letter are called for, and I must oloee
n lna an Anrttrtnnttv tn amid. v '' '
Sinco writing the above, Gen. Winder has
again called and stated that' tbe Secretary of
War direct, that in cen.eqnence ot tb severe
wounds of Captains Rlcketi and McQuado, an
other drawing will be had. The names of all
tbe Captains were again placed in tbe box, and
Capt. Francis J. Keff, of Baker' First Cali
fornia, and Captain Henry Bowman, of the Fif
substituted. "
M. A. P.
The Third Ohio Regiment without
Overcoats.
A correspondent of tb Cincinnati Ganttte,
write from Huttonsvillo, vs., Nor. 18, as fol
lows: ... , .-. w. . ; i',, r
The Third Ohio, with sham be It spoken, Is
sftft witJuvt ovtrcoaU! - ' " -
It bas become somewhat fashionable, In such
oases a Ibis, to lay th blame upon regimental
officer. No doubt they ar often in iaultt but,
In the case of th Third Ubio, 1 nave no beel
tatlon in declaring that the responsibility for
tba outrage which tbey are enduring, lie tomt
uhert site. I bar looked at th documents In
relation to tb matter, and I know that th offi
cers of this regiment, Col. Marrow, especially,
hav don all that men eonld do hav labored
importuned, Implored hav received promise
after promise that their case should be attended
to have even been telegtaphed that their re
quisitions bad been com plied with, and that
their overcoat were on tb way to them; and
yet, while I write, their men are almost liter
ally freezing for want of these indispensable ar
ticles. I understand that aeveral wagoners be
lonsing to the regiment have given np their
teams and absolutely refused to drive them any
longer, unless furnished with overcoats. He
who can blame them, most bav a heart of
adamant. ' "1 " ' -
Where Is the wretch who ba stepped between
this patriotlo and gallant regiment and those
supplies without which one fourth ot It mem
ber, will, In another month,. be crowded into It
hospital? . Tbe day for laying all responsibility
upon tbe shoulders of tbe Stato Executive ba
gone by. I firmly behev that be ba most
amestlv done what duty reaulred at his hands
Somebody between Cincinnati and, Webster is
guilty of tnis crime. . , t
Death of Hon. Joel B. Sutherland.
Hon. Joel B. Sutherland,
died at bis residence in that city on Friday, tbe
15th Inst.. In tb seventieth year Of bis age.
The deceased was a man of more than ordinary
prominence in tb politic of tb country. . H
was eleoted to Congress In 1827 a a friend of
General Jackson, and continued bis supporter
nntil th vetie by the General of .the Bank
Bill and the Maysvill Aoad JJilL His defec
tion lost him bie seat in Congress in 1836.
Since then be was more or less . connected with
public affair nntil within a few year past.j ,
The Rebel Navy.
The New rom
Havana, that tb rebele intend going into th pri
vateering business In the future far more exten
sively than they hav hitherto don. .Their "na
ry"ooosi its of thirty-six steamers,slxteep schoon
ers, two brigs, and on vessel classed a uncer
tain. In addition, tbey bave twelve Urge steam
er whioh might aasily be adapted for warlike
onrposes, and twenty-two veaeels which tbey are
sew nslng as transports. 1 Their force of naval
offioef embrace, nine eaptains, twenty five com
manders, twenty-four lieutenants, 'six' midship
men,' seven surgeons, three paymasteii, on
chief engineer, one first assrstant engineer, two
navy egunts, one colonel of marines, one lieutenant-colonel
do .one major do.; two captains
'knd three' second lieutenant do., making a total
or e ghty-seven omcers - - - ; " ,.
i SubcuV Match, A Richmond paper lorn
time since boasted that "Mr. Dayton la no
match for Mr. 81ide at Paris, That may be.
though w doubt it; but we may add that Mr.
Slidell 1. "ho match fo' Captain Vi!ke..J
am Captain of'tUi ship," said.be .when th en.
vof 'refused tol touch his hat, and Jha ypt
"caTd.H-JV. r. Pot: 1
Headquarters Ohio Militia.
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE,
COLUMBUS, Nov. 20, 1861.
COLUMBUS, Nov. 20, 1861. GENERAL ORDER NO. 65.
i n emergent. wmuu 4ui
dlrwVetribttoniroirithceopl to th-army,
of clothing and blni;ta. TUioldiort ar
now bravldei isrfM. tbelrltkwent nowl-
ties MoblreVA u ae oiaie win inerwore nasc nv
more pnrohase of thai jclB$rtMv:u fti
Tb Quartermaster-uenerat win, newver,
take charge of Inch krttole as may ba gtt,
tat th benefit of th aoldlers, and, bay thsm
safely storeJ and kept until they ar needed)
and wilt then faithfully tppiy them "to relieve
such wants a. may exist. ' It It preferred th
good msy b kept under the - oontrol of the
donor; and an invoice famished to th Quarter-
mastaiiGeneraL whoIwLU then know wbere
supplies may b obtained, when they art re
quired. , j tu'Viiin a.wiu'". ' 1 ' " '
By order.") (, ,Ti.n ": (.-
C. P. BUCKINGHAM,
Adjutant-General of Ohio.
.. . .
Ei.Commodor Tathall. who commanded th
pop-gun. fleet of th rebels at Port Royal, owns
a Urge amount of property at Sackett's. Iler-
hor. New York. 'Measure bave
been taken
for tha confiscation of his furniture, which
Is
estimated to b worth 115.000. A libel and In
formation war filed by the JJlatrlot Attorney,
and last week a motion for condemnation was
mad In the United States Court, at Buffalo.
Eli.Cook appeared for Tatnall as olatmant of
tbe property, ana proposea to. .answer ana ae-
. . hni i .... . . . ' . 1 1 . -
iena." int visirici niwruvj- isavs to
amend tb libel, which was granted, and . then
three week were allowed Mr. Cook to answer
the amended libel after It should be served.
Tbe case will probably bajrlsd at th. next term
in Albany ,. ,v -j ,,aire; ;j !'
'
n s"'? !
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MARRIED.
On th SOth lint., by Key. D. . slather, Mr. OuvrA
D. Btrrr. and Mtis Hast I. Htmkod, all of thli city.
NEW ' ADVERTISEMENTS.
i T
CALL AT
1 :r.
J. L. GILL & SON'S
J I,.'' i ' .it v.V -" . '
NORTH -HIGH .STREET
i
AltO 8KB TBI 1AR3SBI 8T00K, 1
THE
GBEAXXST VAB1ETT,
TBS MOIT
:, i:- "-
BBADTIIUt
PATTBENI
r ; t , v a 4. i .
Irer offortd to tb eltlsecg of Colombof.
. V " ; ,. . , . - Zi m 4
COOKING STOVES FOR COAL,
COOKING STOVES FOR WOOD, i
,. . r, . . a .-'' j .
AND f -T '
COOKING 6TOVE3
lor either Wood or Coal.
; C 0 0 t N Cf l B T 0 Y E S
for Largs Families er Bmall Faaillles, and varying la
riK iron , , , -
Three. Dollars to One Hundred and
"Twenty-Five.
PARLOR. STOVES, ' ;
Of every Price, lift and Variety, for Coal or Wood
DINING-ROOM gTOVES,
: HALL STOVES, , . . .
'. ::. ..I.-! Of many Patterns. ' . . :
... SITTING-ROOM STOVES.
. .. STORE-ROOM ST0VE3. 1
i t '"'" OFFICE STOVES t
Both Cooking and Heating.,', V.' ..
Its Lightest and aiott Portabls JIenf "Store
svtr
., i i.r ( offered to the f ,)atr.
Officers of our . Great 'Armye
.'f " : r-vi ' Y.; '', .1 -
uii:'.;.. : n i'. ' " '
... FURNACES,!;
lor Beating Dwellings. Churches, Btors-Toons, or ether
Urge Buildings.
il
LAUNDRY STOVES,
. Tor Tanuly V- or Hotelsi i f CJ
MOTT BOILERS, yir ,., :.
AGRICULTURAL 'ppILERi T. -
SUGAR EVAPORATORS,'!
rJi a;-. 'i' vi ., . .
SUGAR KETTLES,
HOLLQWiWARE,
if
DOG6 IRONS,'
SAD IRONS,
iziil roil TAILORS' GEESE,
, And man, other articles"? any ether Ban,'
jn CALL AND BEE.
0, -.92 , .ortft High Street,
i !
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
Jx:1:6ill'& Son,
i 1'-
nora-tf
STOVES
STOVES
mm
MARRIED. PROBATE NOTICE
Bettlement of -Accounts:
TnE roLiiOWiRo AccornTS have
been Bled la tb Probate Court of fmoklio coun
ty. Ohio, and will be heard for tettlement On WSDHJES
HIT th. lRlhlaf CROlMBaa. A. D. 1891. to IU
. The Brat aoeonnt Ol vaHOiae nm "" vi
leonhart InaUhart1! heln: the Brat aooount of John
Seed,, Ooardian of Aaron Btidii the Brit acoonaUof
Abel Baldwin, aoamian or Uliruuna nuier, novuia
Miller and Edwin Ulllen the final account of Jane
Puah (late Jan Lacker), Guardian of A. ,W. Lack
!..! th Snal aaoonnt of J. lit Bennett, Ad
mlolotrator of John BtOTena, Jr.', dee'd; the Baal account
of JaoobH. Bart,enaraianor amanaa nan; ww una,
aeoonnts of Jonathan V. Koe, Guardian of Albert.
Oheehlro and Barah M. Cbeihlrel the final account of
J. P. Brock Administrator de bonii son of Hugh 0'
Nell, dee', the Goal account of John H. Reel, Aam'r of
Leunlitrt Eoichurt, Atc't; the final account of Anna
Bartei-a Lomiienrr Hale Anna Brhr Goeli), Adn'z
of Oesrre Louis Goelz, dco'di and tho final aoeonnt of
Illha tocOracken. OuanJUn otltary.A. Intad (late
aUiA.Ieasle! ' -' ' ' " V . ' r
CelusW Key, S3, MCHfcf
'
1 1 . -7 . .
mi k
Mujtm lutm mm m si i p
jQJ irEAST TOWS' " fiULEET,
IJAs lfaAWW HUB STOCK OW
wtich she w(U hU at the very low t toMf
oath.
Ladlaa, pltaai aal and examine our steek before yon
parchaie elsiwhere. Vd.'lt.-i 1'' -'."
CL0AK3 1I4DE TO ORDER
' Oa short notlo. ,
aoviaiw1"5 '"" ":"
HEW GOODS
P. ROSE'S.
TTAV1NO JITST RETDBnED
FROM
AA1
New Xork,Iam now prtnared to offer to the PjriiUe
moat txMlliat anortmant uwuiu
WXAB,soohas
ir:.-CLOTH8,l,:' 5"-. "
t4 ' on 1 : c A 8 S I M E R E 8,
-H-ji ) .t.v y ESTIdNS,
And a gsnsral auortmsnt of ,
' FURNISHING GOODS.
nf lha rlphaat and naateit atylea In the market; all of
whioh I am Sailing at tb OHKAPISI P08BIBL1
KATKI J0 CAJU. : r r-
TTP aneelal Attention Paid to Mill-
tarr, Vif loers Clothtna;. , -t
Esvlnr had long expsrlenoe In tbs Out and kunurae-
tan of Offlons Olothlng, I teal eonndsnt I can give o
areutiiractlontoallaiy patrons. .
, Merchant Tailor,
J J.i i . O " ( , Oor.Ulgh and town Streets. .
aovlB-tf ' ' Oolnmbns,Obio.
AND ,
BLANK BOOK MANtlFACTORVe
' V " aPLENDIDlT 14UIPPED .WITH.
IMP ROVED THA CHIHERY
AND
STEAM POWER.,
,N. W. LEFAVOR, Supt:
. NOB. 39, 34, 36 39 NOETH HIGH BTRIET,
Statesman Bulldlnr, aecond Floor,
oyer 9. nTlns's Stato Steam
Printing-Booms. ''
1 , IXTBA BCB8TAKTIA1
PAGED BLANK BOOKS,
With er without Printed Hsadlsgs, en Superior Paper
RULED AND BOUND
To sny required Pattern.
t.
BTAT1 BIPARTM1NTB, ,
RAItHOAD OPflOBB, ' ! "
BANKINO E0U8B8. .
'f 'V" J 1 1
OODNTI OfJIOki,
MIlOHAKIi,
. Inmitbed at tbs Lowest Prices.
BOOK BINDING,
;.' f.'.'i By thsXdltlon er Single Volume '.
, macuzineb. . r "v'-'-' '
MONTHLY PUBLICATIONS.
i r-' ' PAMPHLEI8, v . , - '
. - - PAPBBS, ;,
Bound In any Required Style.
; V , r For Public and Private Libraries, - '
Orders from abroad will receive prompt and special
attention. Andreas,
J. II. RILEY, or,
N. W. LEFAVOR,
Buperlntendent
T . tranklln Bindery.
Bookseller and Stationer,
7a eouin uignairtet.
novU-dSa ' "... .
HEADLEY,
F- EBERLY;.'
RICHARDS S
. . QSO and 232
t $0tjTH V KtCH STREETt '
..- .. .' 4 L - .
- . :'. ;: - ' " 'j '
: ' i Are now opening a large lot or '
Ladies',' Misses' and Children's
;,F'u R s,
Ladies Cloth ' Cloaks,
;r BALMORAL SKIRTS,
.'. ewv'r fWi'''1'"1 a 1j v. . . -.
Shephard's Plaid Shawls,
. Ladies' Mermo Vests & Drawers,
' i.-.- . . v -''' t ' "' '' ' ' "'
.... ,-,( !.-'' ,... 1 M.-'.-i- '
Boys' Merino " Shirts &J' Drawers.
ft','. W.'-ia ' ;!'''' ''''' ' ' - ' "
- ZEPHYR W0a$TEP3,v; :
.-l;-.,;-.V-S ,4tixa .ft S. 1 s "' '-
Embroidered Repps;
:a.7. .a '
Iiadlea'
rJTt
Opera Flannels,
nlOn-JOAM-YOAHii
WOOLEN i BLANKETS,
OLOA K O LOTHS;
MISSES SUPERJOR LONG SHAWLS.
Thls'nra. Daviog adopted the dash rjsteitt la the par
ehatesMsals of Qoods, are enabled to sell from 11 to SO
percent, less than ether tontes under (he credit syitem,
HEABLEYf ESEltLT & EICHABD3,
250 asd 252. so tm men utreet.
4J
mi 1 mi 1 11 .hi 1 1 , 111 m n 1 ?
FMllIDKIliY
TtlP. RGsi' nUANDaf OJTv EAOUX.X'
iFLOCR, bybarrsl or dray load.
,.'M..'.rV ...... .il1".
" WV. R. BESTlIAtn.
aov iottkBlaklt(vU
imiimjsii iiPnosPBOTUs
'VOB
llSf'WfM'M
; ; II0T7 IS THE 'TIIIE TO SUESCEIBEt '
NOW IS THE TIIIE TO
Of
CITY OUT" OOljTJlLaCPTTO; , OTTTO
The DAILY, at - , , , ;
The TRI-WEEKLT, at " . .. ;
The WEEKLY, at the low rate of
. Subscriptions to (ha Dailt and Tai-Wimr Statmmak vHll be reoei ved '
FOE THBEE 'OR SIX MONTHS
It the abor rates;' anil Ito D-uw will H furaiihed A "'I- .
TO CARRIERS IN ANY PART OF THE 8TAJE,
At the usual rates.' 3 As an established and reliable organ of the Demooratia party '
THE STATESMAN IS WELI Mom.
' ' ,; In the future, as in the past, iefwill uphold and defend the -- -- '
PRINCIPLES OF THATGI
Whioh has been b5 fruitful of good to the PEOPlE OF , THE JTUITEIr STATES; "nnd wil
faithfully urge the re-establishmenl and snprtiacy of the " ' ,u -
DEMOCRATIC CMU ANU
As essential to the oomplete and perfect re-eonstruotion of tiie
- ' ' --' t ' i i7fct
If US TD 313 R Hm XTJXraCOKT,",
On the basis on whioh that Union waa originally farmed' M
Tie STATiaiUM 111 support the Administration of the General Government in all legal and
constitutional efforts to put down rebellion; and sternly resist the efforts made in some ejaarters
to eon vert the present unhappy war into an Abolition crusade. . .
It will eonstantly urge economy in the public expenditures,. and toe most rigid aectmntabilily
of all pubUe officers. . . . " - ' " 7
- As medium of general news, the Btatwmaj will endeavor to make itself acceptable to its
numerous readers, and at all times supply them with
Tixo XjAtosst ixx3. xxxoast , Xlelievlolo
Of the home and foreign
THE BUSINESS MAN, THE FARMER, MECHANIC AND , IABGSER
Will find their Intereete ooosulted and attended to, and no effort will be spared to makettjt first
class newspaper. "
Daring the approaching session of Congress we will have a talented and scomplIaliiaTeorres
pondent at Washington, through whom our readers will be furnished with much wluabla and
reliable information. 1 - - .
The doings of our own State Legulature will be fully reported.'and the $mtllv$ oi tho
State and our own immediate vicinity, will have due share of attention.' ' . " Tf a"-"'.
We urge upon our friends in all parts of Ohio, and the North Western States, to aid jn extend
ing the circulation of the Statmmak, sinoe by eo doing, they will assist ia tbe premuhratio of
Bound political doctrines and reliable general intelligence.' ..
. : t -.eitw
M WEEKLY OHIO; STATESMAN INfflffi
.To any person raising a'Olub of Ten Subscribers to the Vrimf'6nwllhiniM, and
sending us the money ten dollar tor tne same, we- will send one copy gratis
All orders will be promptly attended to. , , t ; r () ' 1
Address, ' 1 MANYPENNT1 & MILLEtt
- .J: .( Publuhsm of toe Ohio Salesman,
November 1, 1801. - - --.-. . . ' . ' : , . CotrjWDs, Owo.
SUBSCEIBEBS' NAMES.
TBS
TUB
S!x Dollars per Atipiim;
Three Dollars per Annum
One Dollar per Annum.
FULICi IN ALtTHE'
4-f-
9'H
markets, In its columns :i
POST OFFICES,
STATES
AUCTION AND COMMISSION)
THE STJB8CRIBEUIIATIIVG TAKEN
a ItaM on tbe Blore Koom
has opened ltuan ,.
Auction & Commission Boom.
Be ll now prepared to reeelvs on OommlMlon every
deaorlptlon of property, inch ae Dry Qooda, Orooerlea,
Uqnora, Vnrnltnre, Oarrlagee, Bones, eta. Be also
Intends to aerota hit attention to salea of Real Ketat
and Pereonal Property, at any point, within twenty miles
of tne city. ,
. Auction Pales . Every Evening.
Consignments retpeelfttlly solloited.
. W. B. KINT, Aaotloneer.
oct . '
IHTERESTiriC
TO EVERY READER
TT ! an lndtenntanla fact, that If anv Derton wante one
1 of those oomfortablo ESQUIMAUX BEAVER OVKR
O0AT8, h will niually find tnem In Urn quantities at
. -v MARCUS CIULDS'S
IB any person desirous of owning one of tbs late style
ot MAYER OVER COATS, Willi eape attached,
don't break you heads to learn where to and them, but
10 CAPITAL CITY ARCADE, :
Opposite the State Howe.
Ton will find them there In all colore, kept by
j : ; , j MARCUS GUILDS.
TYID Ton never wear any ot the BILK MIXED 0 AB-
U BIUERI SUITS, which are sold at the Oapltal Oily
Araader Rush In and yon will nod tnem in pi lee, at
MARCUS CHILDS'S.
YOU may alto bs In want of PANTS Snd VESTS, and
there Is bnt one establishment In the West when
Pants and Veeta are to be had In all stripes, shapes,
styles, quantities and qualities, and that place Is the
CAPITAL CITY ARCADE.
DON 'I forget ths extensive sssoriment of TTJRHI 8TI
INU 0001)8, particularly in WOOLEN Bill ait,
which yon can Ind In "Bed, white snd bine," at the j
CAPITAL CITY ARCADE,
Superintended by Harcus Ohllds.
If yon wish to wear garments MADE TO OR"
DEH, you can do no better than to go to the Mer
chant Tailoring Establishment, next to the Arcade, and
seleotyonr goods from a stook comprising all colore of
Bearer Cloths. Oastlmeres, Bilk Velvet and Plush Vest
lags, and yon will surely meet with a good nt by purchaa
,U,glt . MARCUS CHILDS'S. '
MILITARY OBNTLXlfEN, when they eome to this
city, as strangers, sod with to get a CNIfORM, It
Is to their best advantage to eallat .
MARCUS CHILDS'S,, !
Where a Urge assortment of BLUB CLOTH and other
articles belonging lo the equlpige of an officer can be
had at very moderate prloes. , . , , .,i ;
in short oau at
Marcus Childs's
a- r? j
Pronrtctsr of that axtenelr bnilneat loealltr.
1
rfo. 81, S3 and 26 HIOa BTREU'it
Opposite the Bute House.
O0tS7-d6m " . , . ..iK,
- C0LU1MBU3 - i ;
OPTICAL INSTITUTE.
-i 11 i.t ?r--.r
Tbe Best Artificial Help
Human sjlgbt ever Invented.
K- -J-f
JOSEPH Jl, PEEIET, -
' n .1
PRACTICAL ft SClENTiriC OPTICIAN,
ttppps TIIH I.AROE9T ASSORT-
IV ment of the moet Unproved kinds of Bpeetaales.
All bte aisssee, whether for seat or fkr-stghted, ar
round In concaTO convex form with the greatest ear,
eo as to suit the Eyee of all easee, earing Weakneee
rvwin mr Inflammation of the Eves, and ImoaLlna
Strength for long reading or One sewing.
Otuoe. l Xot stmt, at Btltsef Webster's
Uoele ore'ji
ugily " ' ' :- ' ''
kU it M.r
ABKXAKUBEfJ KID tiOTKe '
GOOD SAMARITAN.
7
I "f !-
' "SERF
B. B. ARMSTRONG,
'- No. 17 East Town Street'
WII0LE3ALE it RETAIL 'DEALER IN
STOVES AND TIN ; WARE.
. O A large stock of the GOOD SAMARITAN oa
novl3-d3m y . .
J.m.&V. KCERUER,
3NTo. . SO,
.Corner of Broad &'Front StreetB,
; OOLULIBTJD,
:.'I,AL?R.tl4
CROCERIES,' PRCDUCC' AND
. M 5 PROVISIONS.
" FOREIGN &, DOMESTIC ERUrrs,
omR8 by. thi1 oas in imra'sEAsfoiJ
eotes-dly 1 ..
NEW GOAL YARD.
ffiHB TJUDEBHONED KEFP1 CW.
X BTANILX so hand and for sale, ths beet quality of
HOCKING G1UTE .COAL
which be will Nil at ths lowest marfcat prices,
Call and eiuolne my Ooal before purchasing else.
Where.
Office at ths store of Bradford, Rnyda 0-, head
of Oanal. . 'i - .
Domcstio Cotton Goods.
BAH! & SOIT
e-fuT
TTBH th moat EittenslT -Asswi
VlfVetSTtl Sinil ntMnftJtA ffna Vlaweakmla 4 1 . ef
p avsunaa emwta SftvoVHVH V"wea SJ MUH1) W
Y -t i Uusllas;"
Banner Cotton Bheetlngs;
Beieot Styles of Calico's and BtlafuMp -'
xiosings, nnirnnn, uingnuns,
And Cotton Battli
Hogs.
' ' Also, Blankets, flannels. '
usMimerae, most uious.et9,stc. r-v
Much bclow.maalaxnjkee. -
octlS ' ' ' B8 louth High Ittreet.
Oranberxica I Crnubairieall
Qrt B B LB). CK AN BE HIIIO , III VOOD
vttVBK, d eoBsignmene.
for saie tow ey. v
eettS
' JOSSoath Bigh iiwet.
Vet T'rMnTBii'fi cvora.
SHAWLS, la aew deelrne at S3 UiH-Vslne S4 00.
WO yards Bupet. flala Blaxjlt ilWfi WjVaia
Irenek Alerluoe, eents Talne W X ets a vardV V
h h 7j ujjralue It M Tl.
bui at snx,
tsoo Iffj.W fOHiil Brtf4ve,

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