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The Administration and the Slavery
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;,Tbe .docuBjenW lrlv 1heiferlt 'lia
portine toot d much from what bus already
VeMptrsdj'a, 'fiiwi, ph Lt' vi4eirU7 about to
UipU.itTbi fhrb ld weather-beaten
bip, tb lfloir, mlgbt b safely ifimred to tide
oat of the Itorm tb leo'ehatotst. jiave reiseA,
unharmed, itti lUilo damag lo ber yiitog
sail epUL won dura ao a set of aoprln
elpUd or fanatical men determined t wreck bar
with all bet prectoui freight opoq the "rock of
AdoVVoq. , ,, aviW"".! Ui i--.- - -t iu-t )
That AboUtioa ictk,'wtalco assumed a
thrMtwlnr attitude al the time of tbe Preal
dent's modification of Fumont'i jrookmUoo,
ani. baowna mote flolcu't o bia removal, la
na Diluting It fait lore aad all it energies
to beat apon the ' Administration to make the
warpdecpver of a "War for the "Union," In
reality and substantially a war tor tua wurt
patloe of tbe Seathera slave. The question
which these fectlonlsta are strenuously laboring
to have settled,' It not whether the Union shall
be restored or preserved aa It waa formed In
1789; but whether slavery shall be exterminated
la the Southern 8tatei,or what would probably
suit them equal! j wull, if not better, whether
all govercmenUl eonneetioo between tbe free
and the slave State stall not be dissolved.
It is evident that these" Abolition disunion
isle who aided the secessionist la bringing ou
tbe rebellion, are now making tome headway
in assisting them to bring' it 'to a successful
lseueln.the permanent dismemberment of tbe
Union. .Tbe Idea, la variooa onus and. under
rabl disguise, bae been preaaed upon
tbe President and the members of the Cabinet,
that the' loyal white men of the country, wltb
all tbe resources at the command of tbe fed
eral Government, are incapable of putting down
the rebellion, wnleas tbe slaves of the South are
declared fre and made use of as auxiliaries.
With what sucoew this policy bas been urged
upoa) tbe President and his Cabinet will appear
in the forthcoming message ol tbe former and
the report of the Secretaries of tbe r-everal de
partments. . . , ... ,1 i ..
In view of these important State papers, the
documents to which we have referred as printed
in thia paper, may become strong , testimonials
ot consistency and straightforwardness hi those
intrusted with the administration of the Gov
ernmeDtor they may be swift witnesses against
them, or some of them, for deceiving loyal men
and pandering to the factioniatj bent on tbe de
' etruotion of the Union, for the sake of giving
freedom to the negro, -i- 1 1 1 ,
There are givinga forth that if the AdmlDls
t. at ion will not aa a unit commit itself to' the
Abolition war policy, soma of ita members will.
Republican authorities aeaare us that Secretary
Cammoh will In his annual report recommend,
lrom a war point of view, the general freeing
and arming of tbe slaves, and bolster , up tbe
eolicv by a hoet of authorities; and that Secre
tary Cause, from a financial atand-poict, will
advise that, as our armies advance Into the
Southern States, the slaves shall be set roe,
and be hired by the Government on rice, cotton,
eujrer and tobacco plantations, for lis benefit
and behoof. Whether these anticipations are
correct, tbe report of Messrs. Cmiaor and
Cai will soon decide. ' '
We allude to these things now to warn loy
al Union men of the approaching storm which
ths Abolition disorganiaer are determined to I
raise. The session or congress wbicn com-1
, k r j ' mi t. ui I
meuro m iw ujs. wm pruu.ui, iu toe
taieoi toe union, it a wise, pruuent, con-1
eervative and yet decided course shall be pursu-
ed on the part of the National Legislature and
the Administration, we may look for a speedy
restoratioa of th old haraony between tbe I
States and the Federal Government, and the re
turn of the halcon days of peace and prosper
lty; otherwise, we may well fear tbe wont
Th Washington oorrespondent of the New
York WrU, of the S2d, speaking of the exist
nc of treason In high placet, tayt:
The Tact tbat th rebels teem to have an In
tuittv knowledge or every important move
ment or our forces, current or contemplated,
na otten enougn oeea noticed and commented
upon. ' Many explanatory surmises have been
indulged likewise, but none of them. I aonre.
hand, make much progress toward a solution of
in mystery, in great matter men commonly
grub too mnch under ground, while in leaser
one they proverbially rise too far above the
eartn in search or causes: so, when men at-
tribute these, mysterious treasons to subordi
nates, they forget that tbe routine of publlo bu
smen is exclusive as wen as arbitrary, and tbat
na great man, or mportint Tunetunary, maket a
tmlet thr rfilary f M mr.fc, - Tucro la but
one explanation or the phenomenon above men
tioned, and tbat explanation will be found In
th history, private as welt as public, of this
deeper t straggle lor national existence. If
men have r.ith enough In eternal Justice to wait,
tney win e tne venncation or these words.
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It i eoosoling to know that .while there may
b traitor la nign piacea, utat "tmoovhm
mutt i torafc to thi cok." , It is then settled
that the Government It not a traitor.
ET A correspondent of the Cincinnati Pros
from Camp Nevin, Iff'., says, a eVptatn was in-
which tha aptata .replied, ilt therean fend
out what is going on here, and what onr forces
tta. tha fcarY Ha 4 'aA mt'M mVu.V... .!
ITThTBuffald Courier of th 23d 'inatar!aliB
perintendent RDe,1n relation to tho-Cfeve-
land Herald mjnXKJ3.4.i .6 H'l'i. C'
The JlrraU ha defended General Frwnnnt
with more valor than discretion, and while we
aawiv v aivi waatwaa uiovtvmvili UVI WU11J WB
dprwatthuppreaionof any journaHorlts
politic.! view., wise no reason' iby tho Her-
mid should be wholly xmpt from th penal-
ne wtucn tne itepabiiena prmmm ka been
to mdytvproecfibe even against journal
Us otfensiv to tbe Government than lb Her
ald Itself. ' Tbi is no time to embarrass th
government by verbose vindications of Fre
moot. .- - ;
IJ-At AtUuta, Logaa ocunty, Illinois, on I
th recent election day, Jttr- Abel
in an afiray wltb a maa named Joae, had bis I
no biuon off. - Mr. Larlson know nothing of I
aw, w ona natter me BKhtinave'
w over. ,j oae it tnppoted, to hav wallow-
[From the Boston Traveller, Nov. 23.]
The Capture of the Brig Betsey Amen
The Capture of the Brig Betsey Amen and nor Arrival at Charleston.
,Tb brig Petsey Ames, Capt. Bartlet, eailed
f.om Xurk t Caideuas on tbe tb or Oo.
tuber. " She bad seven paescugers, lnoluding tbe
wile of tbe Captain, and a young Englishman
VhiUeM-4atbe 7tb, eout Dine o'ciocx,
they w.we chased by a small armed schooner
which Overhauled them in a few bopmj tad cap
tured the brig as a priis to the. wlv,ter
schooner Fly lug Sally, ol Charleston, carrying
two pivot gun and aixty meo- They tookyat
some proiaion and cordage, and put a pna
wcw on Uwd th brig, and wdared Je ee.
ChatlcaWii.'" Ou the S7(b tbay made tbe North
Edlflto InlQt od beat up It, meeting with notbr
ipg oept a small Confederate sehoouer oont
lug out, until a boal'aorew, armed, came and
piloted them up to the anchorage, about ten
rnllo Inland, and afterwards she wae towed
with a small schooner tfi Cbarlesten by the in
Tbe English subject was sent to jail with the
other prisoners, tbe Britlah Consul saying be
could do nothing lor htm, a he did wrong to
take paiege in an American vessel, knowing
the two countrtca were at war.- -. .
a lew daje auerwaru, at iuo raimi ui m
Britlnh Consul, the Scotch paaseneor waa re-
leaied, and took passage on board ot tbe schoon
er Jasper, ready for sea, bound to Matanzas.
On the night of the second" of November, tbe
Jasper and tbe bark Rowena, eaptured some
time since, ana her name now onangeu to me oi.
Helena, of Charleston, the latter with a eargo
et naval stores, both were taken out to sea, in
tow of- a steamer, past the United States block
ading vessele, tbe lignta ot wnicn tney couiu
aaa diatlaotlv. althouih none of them made any
movement and appeared not to observe tbem,
arohablv havioe nu watch on duty. The Scotch
paeaenger, who furnishes tbe account, says tbey
got olear of the lights of the blockading squad
on about ten o'clook, and then considered
themselves sale. Tbey arrived safely at Ma
tuncaa an the 9th. -
This authentic statement proves eoneloalvely
tne gross neglect of tbe blockading vessels, and
aivea aoma reaaon to sunoose that tbe easy vio
lations of tbe blockade may be by collusion
with tha commanding officers.
, i oe Muuawia simuia br been intrusted to
some officer appointed specially for the purpose,
competent and well acquainted witb the whole
Soutbern line ol coast
The Radicalism of Abolition—Abuse
of the Administration.
' Tbe radical Jlepublicane are making a dee
perale effort to throttle the Administration,
How tbe etrueeie will end time alone ean tell
The modification by the President ef Fremont's
proclamation; tbe subsequent removal ol that
officer: the nroclamaiion of Geo. Sherman In
South Carolina; ol Dix iu Eastern Virginia; of
Halleck in Missouri, and tne speech or Secre
tary Smith, all combine to assure the country of
tne oooaervauve position oi tne auministration
on tbe elave question. It is that which bas
aroused the bitter hostility to it on tbe part of
tbe radical Kepublicans. 1 bis leeiiog ot bos
tility bas been suppressed more because those
entertaining 11 were tbe warmest arnonc Mr,
Lincoln's supporters In 1860. Pride of opialon
bas restrained tbem lrom ireeiy exnressioe
their opinions. Tbey have disliked to own that
tbey mbitook their man. They aro getting
over that. - A feeling more powerful is sbovlng
aside that of pride ot opinion and consistency.
It is that, of fanaticism; and from every quarter
oomee tbe mutterings of t..e approaching storm.
we bave reierrea to aemonttretione in St.
Lbuis, Chicago, New York and Boston, oon-
dsmnatory of tbe policy of tbe administration
lor not making bis war policy embrace tbo free'
dom of tbe slave.
In Cincinnati, on Saturday evening, was an
other demonstration of a similar obaraoter. It
was at Turner Hall, and wae called aa a Fre
mont meeting. Judge Stalio and tbe Rev. Mr.
Coowav were tbe principal speakers. Thev
were both severe on the Administration for the
removal of Fremont, and for its anti emancipa
tion war policy. Fremont, said Judare Stalio,
comprehended that tbe Republio could not be
reconstructed upon tbe old corrupt basis, and
that the struggle was not about the mustv
parchment (the Constitution), bnt in behalf of
Conway was unrestrained in his censure of
the Administration. He snoke of the noliov of
tbe proclamation of Sherman, Dix and Halleck,
In contrast witb tbat enunciated by rremont in
his proclamation, as "the infamous, sneaking,
crawling policy, wbicb replaces tbe electric
watchword sounded by rremont for tbis great
nation." He regarded "all depths as possible
for this Administration," and assured his hear
ers that "the policy of the Administration will
be swept awv, or else tbe Administration it
self." Ctn. Enquirer. .
of the Administration. The Twenty-third Pennsylvania
of the Administration. The Twenty-third Pennsylvania Regiment.
Tbe following is given at tbe true version of
tbe shooting or private Lawaon, of Company A,
Colonel Birncy xJa Pennsylvania Keglment
Laweon alter leaving tbe camp, had taken off
bis uniform and dressed himself In a snit of
citizen's clothes. He was detected at tbe depot
in this city, a few minutes before the train
started, by Lieut. Hall and Sergeant Smith,
Company H, who were there with a squad of
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Lawson, as soon as ne tonna mat ne wat rea
becama very abnaiva. niinir tha moat
violent language. He told tbe officers that they
had not men eoongb to take him back to camp.
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ma i r ma sartat - Minif m KssmK v ai au
Lawson then turned to run, when the Lleu-
tenant commanded biro to bait. He (till re-
fused to obey. : Lieutenant Hall then ordered
the guard to fire, and Lawson fell dead. The
conduct of tbe officers and men has been offici
Sergeant Smith, Corporal Dyer, and other
members ot the regiment bave raised a sub
scription to present Lieutenant Mall witb a
handsome sword, sash, and belt In honor of
promotion from the ranks. A pair of re
volvers are also to be presented to Cant. Key-
of Company II, by the same gentlemen.
be following promotioot bave taken plaee in
Orderly Sergeant W. R. Hall, to be first lieu
tenant; James C. Andrews, color sergeant, to
orderly sergeant; Third Sergeant Smith, to
color aergcaat. When Mr. Smith reoeived
: SDDointment. ha said: "When vou hear I
the colors of the Twenty third beios- lost,
mar hunt for me amour tbe dead. I will
oevtr suneader theia."Plula. Preu.
Rebel Military Discipline—Two Soldiers
[From the Pensacola Correspondence to the Mobile Register.]
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On Friday an evil day all the world onr
there were two military executions at Warring-1
ton or It vicinity. The one. a .voluntas-. w I
ror tilling an orderly sergeant while in the die. 1
thargeol hit duty a an efflcer; the other, a
reKo-ar, iur me siriKiUK oi a caDtain. Haw
saia.to nav Deen a most excellent soldier, and
the time of committing toe offense wa crai-
atlth llntlru TTa ma hta 111.. .
tbe tame moment there should bave been
on more snot tbe, man that sold or placed in
uib way mo pyuHu. , iue separation lrom nil
wife, at the headquarters, is represented to hav
oecn oi a most anectmg character.
[From the Pensacola Correspondence to the Mobile Register.] Anti-Disunion Speech by Mason.
The following it an extract from the speech
me ausiaeuon ot assunn
rttlon.cf the statue of Geo. JoTeph Warren, w
Bunker Hill, June 17, lj&7. It is of interesi
tho areaent tima: ,
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mau uu iciJituw vuuutcunui (.uov. tlolley)
Vita (tan..f.(iAn I ,K.t ;.Knnn 1 J . . . .
deprecation of that dishonored day which
frarminta. I aTmnathiza atith 1.1 ro I . -
- dsy to sav to von, people of Massachusetts
"at onr Uoveroment is a Government whose
. ' D.c"on " fl nonor and In th rood
S ' , l" unt0DTt0 P "at to long
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"h,ere i honor and good faith in theState
? xi?' 0,6 1niof wiU b
l " 1 5kf here on Banker Hill,
OOmine from mv own hnnnrat Rtata In tk.
South I invoke from vou that on ah.n ....
quir uo.e wno represent you, to administer
nnflIh.n 'fV.Dr,.?lrWMfrfmed bl nt UtbM
those who represent ru, to administer
if b cin look down aff&in nn. a..u -r . I
one honored, to inspire you all with thai
in a1 arhinh mnnftf vantii,. ... . s-, I
meat should be administered in honor and rood
f1 - And when I return to my bom, I ihall
tbe spirit of Banker UU1 yet
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Cameron must Retire
We do not tne bow the J vM-ul oan tolerate
tbe eonduct of Caov-ron. . The latter bas gone
ontnide of the Cabh t, and p"t forth a line of
pulicy which under iuines tLo whole programme
of tha Administration. It la in-wretched taste
in a Secretary thus to appear f.. forestall the
action of his chief, and attempt to cnt under
his fellow-wonoselore to inpnrtlBenfc iTba non-
duct of Cameron , ebows .that jie.if iq i&H'T
man; wnu, morwror, u u uoea out uuuer-
stand the courtesy required, amongst , gentle
men. - .
Cameron anneala to tha Abolition Dublin to
fore tbe ooudiicti at hi brother counselors,
rather to answer hie own selfish ends. A sub
ordinate mlliurv officer had a well to forth to
the hustings and sdob! forth the plans of a cam
paign., indeed, tbeae suggestions m iamaeon
are worse than the worst plan of any cam
paign. W know that without armies the pre
ant difficulties can't be settled: but armlet
alone will not settle them Id centuries." There
1 a moral power In justice and adherenoe to
right, which. In tbe final adjustment, . will win
more than arm. ' Bad examples are to be
shunned, not Imitated: Let a bear bo more of
last resort on the part ol the Uovernmontr Dr
contingencies wbicb may happen It tbe sales
fall. - These last resort will be thslatt of the
eountrv. Last reaorte betray weakness and dee
per alio d; and the enemy may well say, here Is
a Secretary In despair. He talks about last
resort already. With all bla vaunted numbers
and mean, he talk of arming the negro, Fail
lag to meet wbit men successfully, n mas
ters the aegro to meet thtm ! ,
Bbame on sucb a Secretary! Let bim go ana-
hide himself In som Abolition conventicle,
and spout bla savagsltm to fanatical eld man in
petticoats, and old women in breeches, and not
talk to wnite men wno are awe to save ineir
own Government ' ''' '"
Offioera aal aoldler of lb Federal army,
what tblnk yea of the suggestion of thee dem
agogueei Io yon with to give out mat you
can't do the work yourselves; and tbat von
must call on the negro to help yon; to Ight your
battles for yonl , Yet Cameron aays h bat tent
an extra numbeaj of guns to be put into tbe
handt of the negro! Arms, sacred to tbe band
of white men, to preserve the laws, and tbe
Constitution, aud tbe rlg.hu 4 tho whole codiM
try, to be put inte the bands ot assassins;, to
loaugurat servile war and indiscriminate
butchery! ' .'
Just now, we oonslgned Cameroa to an Abo
lition conveutlele.- We tike it back. We did
injustice to the fonatical Abolitionists. They
hate the slaveholder; but at the bottom there is
sincerity In some of them; they think they are
doing God' service. Not so Cameron.. He
knows he la serving the devil and 81moa Cam
eron. He never bad a oonvlotion be could call
moral In his life. lie thinks the time bas eome
to win Abolition support and place him in tbe
line ol Abolition promotion, lie think bis sng
gestion will entice tbe fanatics to his support,
whilst the animosities engendered by the war,
and the provocations of ths lll-oooduct of South
ern demagogues, will lead others to tolerate his
vile suggestion. - .
The Administration owes It to Itself to get
rid. of Cameroo. Down this way we ooder
stand Cameron. He is supplying ammunition
to the enemy. His speeches are contraband
article. Tbey are worse than powder and ball
turnlnbtd tbe immoderate. Let's bave no
Horrors of Civil War in Missouri.
Doubtless no pen will ever describe these bor
rors in their lull extent and terrible blackness?
Tbongbtfnl men prophecied before tbe war set
in, awful scenes, witnont probably comprehend
ing a tithe of the distress, woe and horror which
were In store for onr teourged people.- If one
will open the pages of Edmund Burke, and scan
the picture be haa painted of tbe war in tbe
Carnatic, be will bave a faint idea of the waste
and rnin which have desolated so large a part
of ouramioted wtate. Head anywhere tbe bis
tory of th civil broil which have in different
agea and among different people, set neighbor
against neighbor, and given a field of employ
ment for the robber and ravsgersof property,
and the aaeaasln of reputation and Hie which
have covered almost every square league of ter
ritory with hostile camps which have spilt tbe
blood of cltixeni In battle or In murder which
bay carried terror over whole districts and into
the bosoms of innumerable homes which have
set brother against brother, father against ton,
in mortal strife, and a faint idea again may
be gathered of the dreadfnl condition to which
Missouri i this day reduced. Her own child
ren imbrue their band In each other' blood,
and or eaon other' dwelling; while enemie
tram witnont, wno come in panting to glut a
revenge which i Insatiable, rejoicingly assist
In th devilish work and add to ita horror and
abomination. To-day, a Union leader, a waa
Cook In the western part of the Stat recently,
wm o laiaeo ana ois me tax en on tne spot to
morrow, a Judge of one of tbe Courts, wbo
sympathized with the South, will be murdered
while a elose prisoner in tbe bands of tbe head
of an armed force, who bas sworn to protect
turn, Dot oan cot make good nis pledge, and tbe
ease saem almost hoptlees. ,Tner i no balm
in Gilead, and no physician there. Missouri
has within ber border no men who ean. as
Missonrians, stand op, and racing those dread
ful exigencies, tell ber people bow tbev could
be met, and what I th remedy. There !
mutual bat and distrust. No man believe
another honest in any course of pacification that
either may recommend. Men are prone to
think and believe the worst of each other. It
is a time when every private enemy can gratify
hi revenges; for there It nothing that malice
can invent which will not be credited by one man
of any other man who even so mnoh at differ
in opinion from him.
At tnch a Urn, this diitressed and harrassed
people ought to welcome even from without,
any Administration wbicb promises to govern
with a wisdom adequate to th emergency.
we nav a eoonaenc in tne power now pend
ing here, and we cherish hope that through tbe
justice and dlecrimination of ita exercie, some
roller may be promised for our unhappy State.
or. Lout jrrpttMtcan.
Tbi Polict of th GovtaNMiirr. Several
tbe members of the Cabinet of Mr. Lincoln I
bave recently delivered speeches; Union Gen
erals have Issued discreet and patriotic procla
mations in regard to the rights of the slave I
noldlDR States, ana the necessity of maintaio-
'ng (he Integrity of their Institutions, U 0fl
them breathine a most conservative and anti.
abolition spirit. What i the next important
atep to take? After a brilliant and decisive
victory shall bave been gained by our loyal
troops, let the President issue a proclamation I
lDe B0UtDern people snort ana to tbe point
embod-ln hla viowo. a Ibcr hero been 'al '
ready expressed by Cameron, Dix, McClellan,
Sherman, Caleb Smith and others, eo tbat tbe
deluded people of the alav State may perceive
01M"7 lno aePtD 01 (u error into wuicu tbey
'alien, and suitable fruita may be reaped
the triumph that jiball have been achieved.
JV. 1. Herald. , , ...
Sizi ov odb Asa v. The Boston Journal eat I -
that, if th armrof the fotomao wa in Jin.
mnrlnff nil a narrnw ,ntr eoarf. ...al
aoreast, ana men in nies ot loar, accom
panied by all the weeone and ambulanoee and
ammunition trains, it teould reoeh from Botton to
Hartford not far from one hundred and fifty
.,.'! 3 :. s i:. W
Lincoln Hung in Effigy.
Last night som one hunt; an effisy ot Presi
dent Lincoln, with tha words, "Tbe Traitor.4'
pinned to it, on to lamp poet on the corner of
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wa prooaoiy mm wora oi some entnusiaa
n C .U k..!, . 1. 1- .. . , .
Fremonter, who took tbi occasion to vent
nlltintilata nail It af t). Pualilml lii tlia alT.ln
th Western Department. Wo think If tbe
placard wa pinped to tho back of the person
" m P tt would b a near tbe
nrlaonAoL. Tha Government. It aeema. h.a Ati.1T.H.B
ZT Tho undent,
understanding arrived at between the
el General Hoata and General Wool, by
clothing, .money and medicine may b
traMmltted to th. Union prisoner In Jail at the
clothing, .money and medicine mat b
lvartha Mncl&llv moDff tbi rrindfl of that I
tiCipated the Wishe bf' the CountryAnd has al
forwarded clothing orlolk to b. ,nt
toonrWroeratedBUI-'itito b honed
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by which prisoner may b eichtnged.V I .
n, i" .i,nva till 'the ',Eenhig i'ttt
arraltrnt thtfAdailnlstration far,lcktaga pouoy,
for alluwln"lmportant thlun to drift I oon
clnslon, or Mber to contradiutory coupons,"
.j . . r... tha n ation whloh our armies
ball nHumf toward th. fcgitiv
m.. s,7. aa an important Instenoe of this
lack of a ptlioy, 1 I T'fl M I. . VI J
n.i. n ' v. .hCraMinsY-Crst. In icon,
ronVZ Tclmeronpollcj wltth. g y of
th Administration; aeoond, in IU inabll 1 y to
reoogulie uy wisdom In 5 policy lesa radial
tbanWn. : jfcVjLt
. Th administration na a pj
..1 u v ik...j a ataadllv In It autbor-
..x' r.. ita 'nubllo. acta. Under
and aside from the general
laid down, and which w.j
r. , th .nictments of Congress, it
ha reeognUed the neoestltlei whloh war some
time Impose, and bas not fettered the hands
ef it generals. Where no military neoesslty
exist for dealing .weeplngly with .lavery, at
In th easeef tbe Ewtern Shore expedition, It
1... 1.. i. .1... J-ino Ifa alnela business of r
storing the authority oi the Constitution and
tha Uws, in ths one case as ins
... -u Bnnth Carolina negroes In
th Hiltonltead trenchet. but It will not .tulllfy
Itself byirldng a nulvewtal proclamation of
freedom, AW-f fulmsn, worthies ana inenec
1...1 a .vncated bv th oraiy lmprao
Ucable oA'hs Tribune school; nor will it com
n.i 1,. . Jn.,.u tn atuitirv thmsslve8 by putting
,n.ir.i. in.iii of ahovels into tbe hands of
blacks, whom it would take year to drill Into
uniformity, whit whav lrady under arms
more than two brave northern men to every
rebel In the field.". ... V . . .
- Th Pott may "want policy," but Secretary
Cameron's silence after Secretary t Smith 1
at tliaPrantlca dinner ahould convince
it that, whatever are the divergent opinion ot
indlvidaal. the Administration hat a decided,
tborougb-gqfngi and consistent policy namely,
tn nut ilnri Lhla rahnllinn asaintt the ConStitU-
tlnn and th law hv lawful, constitutional and
effective mama, striking down, whatever 1m
wdAa tha ra eaUbllahment bf Itt authority on
ih not ither it la aa Imneded. and going out
of its wav. or aaidu from ita lawful purpose, for
no oliinr nuiDose and In behalf of no other
f'policjwhaUver. JV. V. World,
m. and James Halona,
By Jordan UiIodc, Guardian, c
V-iV VIRTU B Of A WRIT Of TINDl 10 III
13 directed from th Court of Common Plea of Onion
count, Ohio, I will offer for sale In front of the Court
House, in tne City of Uolumbns, unio, on
Monday, the 9th day of Deoomber, A. D. 1861,
Between the boors of 13 o'clock M. end 2 o'clock P. H
th following properly, to wit: '
One mart and colt. . ' -
0. W. HOFFMAN,
Sheriff of Franklin county, 0.
PilMer'4 fees $6 SO.
rID3 WILL BB EIOKIVED UNTIL TH 10th
1 J dar of Dec. 1801, at 13 o'clock HI..
far laiiDlvIni the United guiee troopi at Oamp Chew,
Ohla, with cumplete ratloni. Th ration to conilit of
three-fourth of a pound of pork or bacon, or on and
a fourth poundi of freih or aalt beef; twenty-two ouncee
of bread or nour, or one pt una oi oara nreau, or one ana
a fourth pound, of corn meal; and at th rate to every
on hundred ration! of eight quart of beani or pea, or ten
pound of rice or hominy; ten poundi of frees eoffe, or
eight pound of routed or ground eoffe, or on and
half pound of tea; fifteen pound of augarl four quart
of vineiari oae pound of iperm candle, or one and a
fourth sonndi of adamantln candles, or oo and a half
ponnaa oi itnow c&naiei, lour iiounui or eoap; iwo
quart of ail I; and thrice per week potato at th rat
of one poana per men.
All of which are to be of a good quality, ind to be de
llrered at the ooaunuaary department at Oamp Chase.
at tuch ttanamay b required. . ' -Thia
eontratt to commence on the 15th day of Decem
ber. 1PC1. tni ending- on the Ulh day of June, 186!!, or
at such earlier day, as the Oommiaeary-Oeoeral may
Th bldi miat be for so much per ration, and addreiaed
to me, lndoratd "Propotali," box 429, Colombo. Ohio.
n . n t. ' it it ir n n n a
nOTSCtd ' .0.8. Army.
. i BPLBMDIDLT IftTnPPIB WtTH " '
IMPROVED MA CHINEEY
r , .. , AND
STEAM POWER. '
N. W. LEFAVOR, Supt.
KOS. 33, 34, 36, 38 HOBTH HIGH BTRBET,
Statesman Bnildlne;, Second Floor,
over It. Nevlns'a State Steam
Printlns; Booms. . ,
PAGED BLANK BOOKS,
With or without Fruited Heading, on Superior Paper
RULED AND BOUND
...... i. . To any required Pattern.-' -'
ITAT1 BKPAETMINT8, V..
RAILROAD OPHOBB, :
: " -: : b ankino houbbs, .
' . t cotnTTr omou,
'. .;.' ' - MlBOHASTB,1 1
... . - - ' .' j . '
, Fumlihed at th Lowett Price.
' ' By the Idltlon or BingI Tolume ' . " ,
MAGAZINES, ... ... . , .. . . " ir "
MONTHLY PUBLICATIONS. i ;
PAMPHLETS, . T "
' - " PAPERS,
', ' Bound. in any RequlreJ Style.
j ,.H , . ;
BINDING AND RE-8tSDtNG
for Public and Prlrut Llbrarlei.
. . i ' - '9
Order, from 'abroad will receive prompt hJ special
attention. Addreaa, -
J. IJIILEY,.- , or..
f. W. LEFAVOR, .
BonKsuller Ml tiUtioner
JSitouUi Uhtilreet. .
AKIN & EMERY,
Mi' SOUTH Hiail STREET,
l Vm flAMintala IriAM. At .'l
ITfiTTflr CTTPXTTQUTWr! nhATtQ
AAV UUJJ AU Hit AU1AA11U
ptoxrofl Jo G-xAtei9.
I tm Wvv ' k W AaM'tMJa " TIT -
AAA a. all bUJrJrHiA WAAUS,
.Of lmirtetery.lD, j .'I'M -'J
Xllogant Chamber Sets,
SPICE AND SEED BOXES,
a. - t f I 'i I
Toys,ian(i Articles m that Line,
.let little People, e9f.-t 4
Knivea and JTorlcs, Spoon. Irxbn,
Buokets. gho-vela and Hoaum.
" ' Ooal Sods, eto "
-' . For th Larger On.
Ii ....... ---
eould call your farther attention to tbe bet .that we
ov T. 7 7fVr. . n tl"
CTC W A D1 5 rtfVlCTfIV
STEWART .CpOK tSTQYE,
are B0L1 AQKNTg for tbeta)e of th
u i. .11 va. a.iaa.i ,. MiTT-mnpAT nw
"TOHm'fliTUiinoqnai In thecompiewneie
It performance and economy of faeU Sbe eleareet
teetlmony f Ita superiority is tbe fact
mZX KiaaWt In
faalDt. 0M .
InilatlDfc It, coming ae
It I a trpabl to show
i-- ' AKTIT & EMERY
ocBS - dla
j. l7cill & cori
NORTH -HIQH. STUEi;
T t Sy.li i.ill'f.n i. f ........ ' - 9
TIIK GBEATEIT VARIETY,
TBI MOIT BtAUIITJf ?ATtI!?l
- a y'.
Erer offered . lo, th
' 1. II
COOKING STOVES FOR COAL,1 '
COOKING STOVES FOR. WOOD,!
I , COOKING STOVES .
! ' ' j ij if tot tlther Wood or Oeal.
COOK IS 0 STOVES
Tor targe FamlllH or Small families, and varying la
. Prlc from ,' . , . c.
Three Dollars to One Unndred and
Of every Price, Sits and Variety, for Coal or Wood.
Of many Pattern!,,.,
1 , . .....
' STORE-ROOM STOVES." ,
v ,. , ,ir. OFFICE STOVES.
! Army 0tov:e8,s
1 Both Cooking and Beating..
Tbe Llghteit and molt Portable Tent 8 tore ever
j - offered to th
' Officers of our Great Army.
for D eating Dwelllnga. Ohurcbei, Store room, or other
.... urge Duiiawga
j for family Ue or Hotel
MOTT BOILERS, ' -
! " r ' SUGAR EVAPORATORS, -i J-
. ' i'1.1 SUGAR KETTLES,
f t i
HOLLOW WARE, .. , r i
'''' SAD IRONS, ; ' f,
.' ; . '. .' - TAILORS' GEESE,
And many other article "or any other Dan."
t i'---t,r:i I 't ! i -r . -
, ' y c r.. ts j 1 M
HJ OALL AMD BEE.
! No., 92 North .High' Street,
J.-L. Gill & Son
TO EVERY READER
IT I an Indliputabl fact, tbat If any person wanti one
of the comfortable ESQUIMAUX B AVER OVER
COATS, he will nioall And tbem In la rye qoantltlee at
j . MARCUS CHILDS'S
IB any perton de Iroai of owning on of tut late atyl
of JMAYIB OVER COATS, with eape attaobed,
don't break your head to learn when to find tbem, bnt
n to tne 1 -
i CAPITAL CITY ARCADE,
.. . ' ' Oppotite the State Bonn.
Ton will find them there In all colore, kept by
I , . t, MAfiCUS CHILD
TVID yon never wear any ot the SILK HIXID OAS-
U BIMERB SUITS. Which are sold at th Oabltal Oltv
arctcier noao ia ana yon win nna mem in puei, at
- -- MARCUS CHILDS'S.
TO0 may aIo be in want of PANTS and TESTS, and
X there ii bat one tabllaament In the Weat whan
Pant and veet are to be bad in all itrlpei, ihsptSi
tyiea, qnanuuei ana qaaiinei, ana inai place is tne
. LAfiXAL MUX AHUADK
TtOIt'T foivet the txtenilv asaortment of IUBNIBH
XJ INO GOODS. partlcnUrly In WOOLEH SBIATS.
vnion you can una in -nea, wniie ina Dine, - et tn
v UAfll AL, U1TX AKCADti,
j Saperintended by aUroas Ohilds.
TF yon with to wear tarmtnt ITIaDE TO OR
A DKH, yon ean do no better than to to to the Mer
chant Tailoring atabllahment, next to the Arcade, and
aeieot yonr gooae irom m biock oompnainf ai, colore or
nearer viotns. iiaeeimerea, Bin velvet ana nnea vet
Inn, and yon will eorely meet with a good fit by nnrcbas
' MAtOiUS UtilLDS'S
flLITABT GENTLEMEN, when they eome to thia
ha city, a etraniere, ana wun to tn a UMIVORM. it
ia to tneir oeet aavaaiago to oau at
Where a lane auortment of BLUB CLOTH and other
arucies Belonging to tne eqnipige or an officer ean be
naa at eery moderate pncei.-. . j , j., H
In ihort eall at , ,
; Marcus Childs's,
Proprietor ef that extenitvs tmitneae loeaUty," "
,n. 8i, 23 ana 25 high itrect,
' Oppottte the Stat BonM. ' ' ' '
rpnB RCBSCRinEHltATmC TAKEN
J. iee on tn etor Hoom
3S"o. 11 East State St,
hu opened Haa an '" '
Anction & Coniniission Boom.
Be ll now nrtnared to reeelvs on 0 ommltilon nn
deaoription of property, inch a Dry fioodi, Groceries,
Llquora, Pnrnitan. Carriages, Hone) etc. He alio
nienai to aevot ou attention to saiei or Heal Xitate
Formal Property, at any point, within twenty mllei
uu city. ....... "...
. j- .iiiB "v. i . '. i i i.i
Auction Sales Every Ereting'
Oonitgnments mpeelfallr solicited. "
-. w- mnt. Auctioneer. '
OctU t! ' ..... . . .... . . , .
FAROT lRK(t SILK 8,
; fANOr SR8S8 SILKS, .
FANOT DKBSB SILKS,'
are Mow eflerln onr Immeni auxk of
Silks at prion lea than em be fare affma i. u,c. .ih.
attention of th Udlei of ttili city ana vicinity Ii
olloited. as oar stock le very seleot and oomplet la all
grade of good In toll lln. PITER BAIN,
mvm. K9. Booth liifh itrevt.
!ti'-rlit.aiBa -7- - , ' C J I '
. PMWM TEffi' JUTE' ati 'fecMBE '
1 1 1 1 ' - '
' . . . V It
Thfl tri-wekzlt; at
' V- -
Tbe WEEKLY, at the low rate of
. Subscriptions to th Dailt and Tai
FOB STHBEE 0R:gI2B10NTHS
At the above rates; and
CARRIERS IICh ANY
,-. . . .... . -t -.fj .'"
At the usual raU. At aa"estallishe4 and reliable organ of the Pemooratio party, -it' '.
the STATEsiiAiT;is yitnamt:
' In the future, aa in the past, it will uphold and defend the - ''"
PR INC IP LES ' OF-TH A J j Grt AND OLD PAKTV-
Which ha been o fruitful of good to th fEOPLE 07 THE UNITED STATES; and wl
, , faithfully urge the re-stoblihment and supremacy of the
DEMOCRATIC CREED AID POLICY IN ALL" THE, STATES "
As essential to tbe complete and perfeot re-eonstrootion of the . -,
On the basis on' whloh that
The STATisiait will support the Administration of the General Government in ail legal and s
constitutional effort to put down rebellion ; and sternly resist the effort made In eome quarter
. to convert the present unhappy war into an Abolition ernsade.
. It will constantly urge economy in the public expenditure, and th moat rigid oeouutbility
of all public officer. '" " .
A a medium of general news, the Statimuw will endeavor to make itaelf aoeeptable to it
numerous readers, and at all time supply them with
!,Tlao Xjtat ovxAd.; zxiosBt Xt.elllle Zl.ox30X-ti
! s.; Of the home and fcreign market. Initsoluma
THE BUSINESS MAN, THE FARMER, MECHANIC AND IJUJORER .
Will find their interest consulted and attended to, and no effort will be spared to make it a first
class newspaper. . , ' c--
, During the approaching session of Congnas w Will hav a talented and aocomplihad eorre
pondent at Washington, through whom our readers will be furnished with much valuable and
reliable information. .1 . . .;,,.,.
. The doing of our own State Legislature will be fully reported, and th 'local new of the 'J
State and our own immediate vioinity, will hav a due share of attention. ' . . . j i .;. ,u. t-,
We urge upon our friends in all parte of Ohio, and the North-Western States, to aid la extend'
ing the circulation of the Statmmaw, since by o doing, they will aasist in th promulgation of -sound
political doctrine and reliable general intelligenc. i:..
M WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN JN CLUBS;i
1 To any person raising a Club or Ten Subscriber to th Waxxir Ohio SrAmjtAir, ' and
tending ut tha money ten dollars for th sura, we will send one copy gratia. -t
All order will be promptly attended to. - J i. i; I , i I W 1
J " ' Address, j MAJI V PEA H Y eV MLLEB, ,
; M .r-.i?-. a- . f ;v , . Pablisher of th Ohio Statesman, .
J November 1, 1861... .... ...'-.' I .'. .'. OoLcmv. Orao. "
Six Pollari per Annam; -. j,
tThi-ee Dollar per Annum -;v
. One Dollar per Annum. 1
i 4, t. . ' A
it) I .
- WiiKtr SrAnntAii will be received - 1
tbe Dailt will b fonished w . m(V,,i '
PART ' OF THE 6TATE,
Union waa originally formed.
eberi.y;4& ...... ;
NEW S TO B E,
qoo a.rx QOia .
SOUTH HtCH ;STBEETt
. ,''" .'" .i.itf i T c' fChf.n 1
An now opening Urgt lot of
. f . V 1', v; Ji ;' -
Ladies', Misses' and Children's'
Ladies' Cloth .
Shephard's Plaid Shawls,
Ladies' Merino Vesta & Drawers,
Boy 3' . Merino Shirts' & Drawers,
:' ZEPHYR WORSTED .
. , ,,?! ..I if.
' I OPERA HOOOijyVr
" ' ' T e i
WOOLlEN BLANKETS, r
CLOAK ,,. OLOTHOi
--it sm r A kiii
, - -, .-.1
MISSES SUPERIOR LONG SHAWLS.
. I 1 .-..I iserenj.'-A
This arm, having adopted th Cash lyiUai In to par-
and sal of Goods, are enabled to sail from 15 to SO
percent. Im than other Boniesaader tbe ersdtt system.
HEADLEY, EBERLY & EICHAED3,
250 and 252 sooth high smsr,",;
jcl. wra.cnu uu
HAS JtTSX BECEITCD, ANIV-WILL
he la daily receipt, by JCxpr, of- , ., . .
PEESII CAN & KEQ OTSTEJIS 1
Baltimore Snd IM Haven.. ,
OaU at Waner's Oyster and Fruit Depot. Ma. 21 But
S No.; 17 East Tow'ri Street, 1,1
WHOLESALE 4 RETAIL DEALER IN
STOVES AND TIN WARE.
' m ..-'",' - - : it l
JTr A krt etoek ef the GOOD IA
Corner of Broad & Front Streets,
, PROVISIONS, j , . j
FOREIGN at DOMESTIC FRUIJS,
Flora, 8 AXT, LIQUORS; ETOJ l
0TBT1BB BI IH1 OAN IK IfllU Ag4x? ij ;t t
ITDW OO AL YARD 4
X, BIAUIH oa band and for sale, th belt quality of
Which he will sell at the lowest market pride. r, c r& T: 'i
OaU an ezamln mv Ooal batara nanhaalna aha.
OtSe it the etore of Bradford, laydask at Co., bead
,. f. inrrPAM.i l r
Domestic Cotton Goods
tfrEU tbi est xtatiT-A)rrr
aentoi, . , r, , -
Brow ant Bleached Ootto tlannelitn ' 3 "LV
m;v,.,..,. Muslin-' -
Bamiley Cotton Sheetinn:
Seleot Style of (Jallce'i an Selaloes;
iwaiDia, BBininy;, wmgnasil,
And Cotton Battlne.
1 Also, Blanket. Plannel.
'Oaaalmerae, Cloak Olotha, te,tar V , v
Much below ragalarBrioea. - a-1, : ,
i .,,'. BAIN As BON
oct!6 -If M loalk High Street. .
Oranberriea I' Cranberries 0
BBI.B. CBAnBEUAteS, l!V tUbOD
ORDBB, ea eooiiiomenl.
loraale lowby .. . j
! ....r.,.f. I r WM. il iRlSTfBAtntlllOl
r,betn lUSSonUiBlih Street.
. 111 i ! I' ! '" J 1
TTERIt RT TlilBII STB I PE D CVOTB,
. BHAWX8. in new deelmi at ! O0-Tala IS Oe. -
yard Saper PUln jllaak Silk at 1 W-VtiTm
IBS a yard. - "-
ranch Merinos, WK emnts - Tain 87K et a yard. VI vt
73 eeats-vaia ft wa yam.
BAM A SON,
Hoc Ke.MlkataaUrt Street, .