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1, 1861.
Sunday morning,; dec.
Rail Road Time Table.
LiTTLf Hun k boufatue At Xrau. B. Jl. ," v
i , ' Leavea. ' Arriveo
Might Bxprcet , via Dayton, 8:00 A. M. , 3:S0 A. M,
Olnolnnatl Aooommodatton. 6:10 A. M. S:S0 P. B.
SayBxpreee ....165 P.M. 3:00 P.M.
Mall ml Aooommodatloa.. 4:00 P. 11. 19:15 P. 11.
Jrio. W. Doiixrtv, Agent '
Ouitmaos At OurvxuKO B. B. - "
Night IrprtM. .....
New York Express.
,..3:50 A.M. 1:30 A.M.
. 3:15 P.M. 1:30 P.M.
Jmn PtTOnioii, Agent.
0axTil'0uio B.
Might Bxpreta.....
Pay Exprcis. ......
4:00 A. U. ' 1:30 A. M.
, 3 80 P. M. "1:30 P. M.
. W. J. fail, Agent.
Pi-mecxoer, Ooicuaiia at Ouwjixiuti B. B.
Malt Title. 4:00 A.M. 1:30 A.M.
xpieai Train . . ..,., .. 135 A.M. 1:30 P. M.
Jot. KoaixaoN, Agent.
Coumsos ImiMorotu, B. B.
(OoLOHina Piqtu at Indiana B. ft.)
Ohlaago Expreit 8:0OA. M. H:35 P. M.
No. " .......... 3:00 P. M. 11:50A.M.
Sandusky 9:40 A. M. 3:00 P. M
' 0. W. Smith, Agent.
Local Matters.
' Wihtia has Comi. According to the oalen
dar, thli It tbe first day of December, and the
first day of winter. Spring, summer and fall
hart passed away, and winter returnt. So ftr
tbe seasons this year bavo been more pleasant,
produotlve and cheerful than usual. Notwlth
Standing out great national oalamity, there la I
benevolent hand atrotohed out over us to tnpply
oar necessary wants, to proteot, and, we trust,
ultimately to save us a people from disruption
and anarchy. . We are all children of one con
moo Father, descendants from- the same noble
ancestors, and belrs to the rlcb inheritance tbey
bequeathed ns, and can It be that the opening
of another spring will witness brothers .with
sarage feroolty still seeking to shed each. oth
bloed and take each others lives?
Boo Binding We would here take occasion
to recommend to the public the Franklin Book
Bindery, on the second floor of the Statesman
building, on Hlgb street.,. It it under tbe super
Intendence of Mr. N. W. Lefavor, a skillful and
experienced workman, who has all the machin
ery and appliances at band for turning out neat
and substantial work. Those who hare any
kind of binding to be done blabk books to be
bound to order, printed books to be re-bound,
periodicals, newspapers or pamphlets to be
bound, or, Indeed, any work in the bookbinder's
lino, should give Mr. Lefavor a call.
Swobd PatetHTATioN. Captain T. W. For
shee, Company K, First Ohio Cavalry, on
Thursday, was presented with a very handsome
word, by the members of his corps, at Camp
Chase. Sergeant A. 8. Chcars made the pre
sentation address.
"Lo thb CoNQCiRoa!" The "Immortal J.
N.," who has triumphed over bolts, bars, dun
geons and chains, and Intellectually conquered
the press by the sweep and power of his genius,
will lecture in tbe Hall of the House of Repre
sentatives tomorrow evening. Prepare to hear
the fearless, "intellectual Hero,1' who wonld
rather die than renounce any phllanthropical
view he entertains. Tbe ladies are respectfully
Invited to attend. "Magna tit wrUaf et pre.
telsoiri" .
, , Review ad Inbmction. Yesterday - fore
noon, twelve oompanies of Col. Carrington's
Regiment and four oompanies of the Sixteenth
Regiment, numbering 1,480 men, and All under
marching orders, were reviewed and inspeoted
at Camp-Thomas.: There were many spectators
present, and the various evolutions and exerci
ses oi tbe troops are spoken of with high praise.
Steamboat Collisiow. The ateamer Free
stone, having on board a portion ol the Tenth
Ohio Regiment, and the steamer Creole, heavi
ly laden- for Pittsburg, collided a few miles
above Cincinnati, on Friday evening. Tbe
forecastle of tbe latter was entirely torn away,
and she now lies la fifteen feet water. '.The
Freestone was uninjured.
The concussion knocked eight or ten soldiers
into the river from tbe Freestone, and it Is fear
ed that all but one of the number were drown
ed. The oncers of the Belle Creole rescued
one of the soldiers fiom a watery grave. The
cargo of the Belle Creole may be partially eav
ed In' a damaged condition. It-la valued at
$30,Q00. v '
Id Brigadier General Jobn Sherman has
tendered to tbe Governor ibe resignation of his
military commission, as he cannot bold an of
fice in tbe army and a seat In Congress at tbe
same time. .. . ' .
. . Ohio's Bikthdav. The first Constitution of
Ohio was adopted Nov. 99, 1802, so that our
State last Friday completed her fifty-ninth, and
entered npon the sixtieth year of her age.
,"CT The Little Miami Railroad Company hat
declared a dividend of four per cent, on the
oapltal stock of the company,' payable on
Monday, Pacember 2, at their office in' Cincin
nati.' V, - . -.. , .! :. -.7
r .' ' 1 11 "'
A; Goon Answer A correspondent of the
Cincinnati Catholio Telegraph wanta to know
what It thinks of the removal of General Fre
. tnont. The Telegraph replies:
We think that it was done by the legitimate
authority, and considering the threats that wert
'thrown out about the probable mutiny of his
army in oase of bis removal, that It is a good
'proof that we have a Government. If there is
any faction that wishes to make it a pretext tor
deserting the cause oi the- Government, we are
i satisfied to see Its members tl to him. Tbey
'would Jiave proved false to the Union oanse at
any fate, and might bare chosen a more dan
gerous way of showing their' treaohery, than
by adhering to an incompetent bfUcer.' ; lJ" '.
'' i' "" " , " "" i !
; O It la understood at headquarter that all
complete regiments in the State will be uni
formed, equipped; and armed, and, as soon as
'possible, hurried forward to Camp Dennlson,
where tbey will, remain until they receive
-.marching orders from General Baell, and be
'assigned to some portion of Kentucky. Our
sister Stato seams to be the spot for thecon
centratlon of troops from all this lection.
We may look out for a storm 'in, that quarter
tofoxe Jong." ' v v-1'. V
.'. i m 1 ,
O" Boston ljad . amusements enough on
;Tbnksglvlng Day. Five theaters were open:
'the Aotdemy of Mnelo, Howard Athentsum,
Boston MuseumNational Theater, and School
Street Opera House. Add to these the Aqua
rial Gardens, Morris Bros., Pell k Trowbridge's
Minstrels, TirreU's California, Barnum's What
II It, and other onrioslties, the Bohemian Glass
Blowers, and any quantity of balls,, and It will
teadlly be seen: that ,the Parllan city did not
suffer for entertainment.
- iCf Beforo. the conclusion of the battle of
piwinn. a rebel eureeon put number of bis
wounded into wagon, and started in a south
rly dlreotlon a rapid pace. - He was more
awiptral than seceislonlBts gtncrally are. He
tan with siiin the raee that was eel before
Ma.
Bheriff'a Sale.
a. and Junta Malona. 1
By Jordan Malona, Ouardlao,ic. 1 Union County Com
ti. I monrica.
; -, IteklelHalone. J ,
BY VIBTTJi Or A WRIT OP TSNDI TO Ml
dlreoted from the Court of Common Pleaa of Union
oonnty, Ohio, I will offer for aila In front of the Court
liouta, in ice Ulty or Columbus, Ohio, on ' t
Monday, the 9th day of December, A. D. 18G1,
Between the honri of 19 o'clock M. tad! o'clock P. M
the following properly, to wit:
. One mare and colt.
. . ' O. W, HUPPMAN, ,
' Sheriff of franklin eonnty, 0.
Printer'! feei 0 50.
ntv87-dtd.
To Oontraotors.
BIDS WILL F BBOBITKD UNTIL TBI 10th
Str of Dee. isftl. ait tfl oToloek 91..
for iUDDlyiDl the United Biaiea trooDi at Oudd Ohaia.
Ohio, with oompleti ratione. The ration to oonilat of
three-ronrtha of a ponnd of pork or baoon, or one and
a fourth pounda of freth or salt beef; twenty-two ounces
or bread or Dour, or one punnd of hard bread, or one and
t fourth ponnda of com meal: and at the rata to ever
one hundred ratione of eight quarti of beana or pete, or ten
ponnaa oi rice or nominy; ten ponnda or green eonee, or
eight pouda of routed or ground coffee, or oni and a
half poundi of teal fifteen ponnda of lugar; four uuarte
of vinegar; one pound of iperm candlei, or ona and a
fourth pounde of adamantine candlea. or one and t half
pounaa oi taiiow canuiei; rour pound cr aoap; two
quarts of aalt) and thrice per week potatoes at the rate
oi ona pouna per man.
All or which are to be of a food anility, and to be de
llvered at the eommlmry department at damp Ohaie,
a iucu wuei aa mar oo requirca.
Thie contract to oommance on the 15th day of Secern
bar, 1801, and ending on the 15th day of June, lHGii, or
at eucu earner aay, as tne vommutary'Ueneral may
direot.
Tht bide mult be for so much per mtlon, and tddreieed
to me, '"Uorwa "rropoiais," box Columbue, Ohio
Oapt, B. P. WALKER, 0. B.,
novSOld U. 8. Army.
INTERESTING
TO EVERT READER,
TT It an Indlipnlable fwt, that if any peraon want! one
X of thote comfortable K8QUIMA0X BBAVBBOVJCB
OOATB, he will nanally find them in large quantltleiat
T8 any peraon detlroni of owning one of the late ityle
jl or mtvirit urcu vuAXD, mm tape attacBed.
don't break your heads to learn where to find them, but
go io me
UAril AU U1I I AKUAUt,
Opposite the Bute Dome.
You will find Ihem theia In all colore, kept by
MARCUS CH1LD3.
DITt yon never wear any of the BILK MIXED OAS
BIMEHH 80IT8. which are eolrl at IheColulOltw
Aroade? Buih In and yon will find them In pi lei, at
MARCUS CHILDS'3.
YOO may also be In want of PANTS and TB8T8. and
there la bat one eetabllihment In the Weat where
Pants and Teatt are to be had In all etrlnea. ahirwi.
tylea, qaanUttet and qnalltlei, and that place la the
' tArll AL tal i- AKCADE.
DON'T forret the extenelve uaortment of PURNI8H
INO UOODB. partlcuUrly In WOOLEN HUldTB.
which yon can Bad In '-Bed, white and bine," at the -
UAf ITALi CITY AKCADE,
Superintended by Harcot Chlldi.
F yon wUh to wear garmenta IHADE TO OKa
. DKrt, yon can do no better than to zo to the Mer
chant Tailoring Bitabllahment, next to the Arcade, and
aeieot yonr gooda from a stock comprlilng all colon of
Beaver Clothe. Ouelmeiea. Bilk Velvet and Plnah Veil
Inge, and you will anre ly meet with a good fit by parchat
ling at
MAKIJUS CHILDS'S.
MILITARY GENTLEMEN, when tbey come to thli
city, aa atracgera, and with to get I UNIJTOBM, It
la to their beat advantage to call at
MAK.UU3 CUILDS'S,
Where a large ateortment of BLUB CLOTH and other
article! belonging to the equipage of an officer can be
had at very moderate prices.
in tnort can at
Marcus Childs's,
Proprietor of that extenilva bnilneu locality,
NO. 21, 83 and 25 HIGH STUEET,
Opposite the State Home.
oct37-dCm
COLUMBUS
OPTICAL INSTITUTE,
Tbe Beat Artificial Help to tlte
Human tiig-tit ewer Invented.
JOSEPH 8. PEELEY,
PRACTICAL & SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN,
KEEPS THE LARGEST ASSORT,
mentof the moat Imnroved kinda of Boactaclca.
All hie Olareec, whether for near or far-alghtad. ate
around In ooncavo convex form with the rreateat care.
ao aa to suit Ihe Byea of til cue., coring Weakneee
Dlaalneat or Inflammation of the Byea, and imparting
strength for long reading or Una tewing.
Office, 13 But Stato street, at Beltaer & Webster's
Mu.lo Store.
ang5-dly -
GOOD SAMARITAN,
lunaMra,C9.
MtmtCL
E, B. ARMSTRONG,
No. 17 .East Town Street,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER IN
STOVES AND TIN WARE.
H7 A large stock of the GOOD 8A- B
mo.
ham
novl2-d3m :
NEW O OAL YARD
rrHE UNDERSIGNED KEEPS CON
JL BTANTLY on band and for isle, the beit quality of
HOCKING GRATE COAL,
which he will sell at the lowest market price..
Call and examine my Coal before purohaslogvOlae
tthflra. . . . '
Office at the store of Bradford, Bnydam Oo., head
ot Canal. '
v. jr. puidaiu.
sepScVSm
OOXjTTIVI;33XJJ3
Machine Mannfactnring Company,
MANorAOTDUia or
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS
Castings, jgUU-flaaxlnf, Kashlnsry.
- i. j.r ALSO, ' - -.
. o iTiBY Dtsourrioii. .
' coiiCinrBcs, ohio.
OHAfl. AMDOS, Sop't. , . . '- . P. AMBOB, Trets.
deoll, im-J
PRINTED OTTOMAN KEFS,
Plain Ottoman Cloth.;
' ' Magenta and Blaok Obeck Taleneiaai -
Broohe Bonbaix DrtM Ooodi) ,
Balmoral sklrtaj '" .
n .. -j Alexandera' Kid Gloves;
' " ! , " fU Hoop Mrts. ' " '1
. ; .; Corw. Hair Nets, ' 1
-xri ii Li' iwd Merinos.
CU8 Mo. ttjromn Ulgi) Btntt.
THE LATEST NEWS
BY TELEGRAPH
From all Parts of the World.
REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.
WAR FOR THE UNION.
RECONNOISSANCE TOWARD
FAIRFAX.
Engagement with the
Rebels.
THE ENEMY FALL BACK.
THE GEORGE PAGE CAPTURES
TWO MERCHANT SCHOONERS.
The Rebel Leaders Satisfied that
they are beaten.
Southern Account of the
Pensacola Affair.
Price's Proclamation to
Missourians.
MUST HAVE 50,000 MEN.
WITHOUT THEM ALL IS LOST
Strong Appeals to Patriotism.
REIGN OF TERROR
IN THE SOUTH.
Further from Port Royal.
&c. &c. &c.
From Washington.
Washington, Nor .29. A reconaoisssooe was
made yesterday by a squad of Lincoln Cavalry,
noder Capt- VV. H. Boyd. Tbey proceeded to
witbin about a mile of Fairfax Court House,
where tbey observed rebel infantry, partially
concealed in rifle pits, which extended aorois
the turnpike. A few rebel cavalry were also
in the rear; and within rifle range. Shots were
exchanged, and one of our troops had his arm
slightly graced by a ball, and a rebel was killed.
The cavalry and infantry of the enemy were
seen to change their positions by falling back
into tbe town. '
[Herald's Dispatch.]
receipt a dis-
natch from Caot. Dnoont. containing; the reoort
of Commander Joo. Rogers, of tbe Pocahontas.
dated Sunday, Nov. 24, off lybee Island. He
states that tbis point entirely controls tbe ship
channel to - tbe Savannah river, which is only
within 500 yards of tbe fort, and the possession
of It olosed the harbor of Savannah, and that
fort fulaski is at tbe meroy of our forces the
moment the latter desire to take it. Also, that
reliable accounts Inform him that Savannah
was being evacuated by the people as fast as
possible, fearing that Commander Rogers would
attempt to take pOisession of it. He further
states that Commodore Tatnall, of tbe rebel
fleet, bad Riven it as his opinion that the entire
rebel defenses ol tbe soutnern coast must be
abandoned, as tbey could not stand tbe arms,
ment of our fleet.
There is reason to believe that the rebel
steamer George Page captured two merchant
schooners off the mouth of Quantioo creek last
nisht.
Commodore driven, nsg omeer or toe roto-
mao flotilla, has been detached from the service
and ordered to command tbe Brooklyn, at Foil-
(Times' Dispatch.)
Lieut. J. L. Warden and Robert Selden. of
tbe Navy, and Mr. W . A. Abbott, also of tbe
Navy, are to-day in thisoity, tbe first from New
York, and the others direct from Riobmond
via Norfolk and Fortress Monroe. All three
were recently released, having been exchanged
[Tribune Dispatch.]
The Government has received intellise&ce
to day that the leaders of tbe rebellion In Kloh-
mond and in tbe rjoniederate camp, across tbe
Potomsc, at last are satisfied that they are
beaten in tbe issue of arms which they have
made, and that tbe cause of secession Is a hope
less one.
The apprehensions of no quorum in Con
gress next week are groundless. It was decid
ed by Speaker Grow last session that a ma
jority of each House meaus a majority of mem-
berg elected. Wmety-two constituted a quorum
last session, and ninety-three or ninety-four
win be needed this winter.
Tbe Norfolk Day Book of Thursday contains
dispatch from Pensacola, statins; that the only
damage thus far suffered by the Unionists, was
in two of tbeir vessels, w&icn were so mncb in
jured that they were obliged to retire. '
The division ot uenerai junks will to-mor
row be ordered to remove from Darnestown to
Frederick. The certainty that the roads for
miles around Darnestown, will toon beoome
unfit for travel, renders this change of position
necessary. Gen. Stone's division will probably
occupy its position at rooiesvuie lor tbe pres
ent. Washington, Nov. 30 A gentleman arrived
from tbe Virginia side oi tbe rotomao, to-day,
states that the Fifty-seventh and bixtv-flrst
Regiment, of New York, the) latter commanded
by vol. uone, mad a reeonnoieeanee irom
Springfield, nine miles from Alexandria, on
Thursday, and went three miles and a half be
yond our pickets toward Manassas, when, die
covering a rebel force numbering, it was sup
posed, eignt thousand men, they returned to
tbeir starting point, reaching it in eood order
and without casualties
Government has received Information of tbe
capture ot a Canadian steamer, with a cargo of
arms and clothing intended for the rebels. The
report is that a federal revenue cutter over
hauled this steamer off the coast of Maine, and
on boarding ber It was found that she contained
ten thousand muskets and large amounts of
boots, shoes and olothinr. The steamer's
name Is not given, but sbe is said to be of light
draft.
The Utah Delegate will take his seat In Con.
gress on Monday. He and Brigham Young
are strong unionists.
Congress will open promptly on Monday.
Ex Senator Ureen or Missouri, who is on
parole, arrived here yesterday.
The annual report of the Secretary of the
navy will arrive in new x or K on Monday.
Tbe Treasury report is not quite ready,
Judge Catron of Tennessee has arrived here.
Rebel Account of the Engagement at
Pensacola.
Baltimorc, Nov. 80. The Richmond Dis
patch of the 98th lost., gives tbe following par
ticulars or ine ngD.1 at rensacoia, taken irom
the Fensacola Observer of the 381 and 83d.
Tbe Observer ot tbe 83A thus announces the
beginning of the flghl:
At five minutes past 10 o'olock this morning,
a heavy and continuous fire commenoed at the
tort Deiow. Un vhioh side it oommenoed we
are nnable to say, Up to this writing (1 o'olock)
the fire still continues, and we can onlv eive the
hope that the bombardment has opened in good
earnest., y e snait pueusn mo news as last as
we let It. .... .. ..
We learn from a person Just from the Navy
YMd, that, the fix was opened from Ft, Piokens
upon the Confederate steamer Times, and was
returned by onr batteries! and Forts.
The United States steamer1 Niagara la trying
to cross the bar for the purpose of entering tbe
harbor. ' '? r ,--:
The exoltement In tbe town ilmmense.
The business houses art olosed, and the house
tops are crowded with an exolted populaoe.
The Obiertsr of tbe 93d has tbe followingi
The firing, at we staled yesterday, began
from Fort Pickens. Tbe whole of their fire
during tbe moraine was directed at the steamer
Times, but with very little effect. .Tbe Times
came up last night, and with tbe exception of
two or three little holes, made with rifle shot,
sbe is unhurt. This shows that their suns are I
or very inferior onaraotar, or tnai im. crown
ana nis Yankees are all drunxj very prooaoiy
Ibe latter. Tbe steamer Nelmo was also In tbe
engagement with the Times at the beginning
of tbe fire, onlv one shot struck ber, and thai
did not do much damagedThe Nelmo went
over to the main land, and found the Florida
Ksgiment all right, and passing Billy Wilson's
batteries ehe gave them a couple of shots,
whioh were returned. . The frigate . Niagara
tried hard to come, but her reoeption was too
hot, and ahe had to back out. The only loss of
life that we can learn of is that of a private of
tbe Louisiana Reeulars. and the wtte or a ser
geant, and the sergeant of the Marine Corps,
ootn killed by a sbell in toe navy x ara.
A great many tbot and tbeu leu in me navy
Yard, bnt they did but little damage to tbe
buildings. Our guns were worked all day, and
must have told with terrible-effect upon tbe
other side. The greatest damage done was to
one ot tne ships wbicn ventured too near, our
batteries. . . . i . . .
Tbe editor then prooeeds with a tirade of
abuse against Yankeee in general, and Col
Brown in particular. He speaks of the latter
as follows: ' - -
But the meanest and most contemptible' act
was the exeoution of the threat made tome
time ago by that prlnoe of hardened sooundrels
Harvey Brown, that be would not respeot bos
pltals. One shot wss so well aimed at the
building that it went through it, but did no
damage. Tbe baseness of this act plaoes this
oiaokguard below the lowest oat-tbroat and
vagabond or new York. --' '
The account then continues r At thirteen
minutes to eleven o'olock this morning tbe fire
re-opened and still continues at a very brisk
rate, reopie are not to muon excited as yes
terday, and we can see everv anoearance of a
determination to resist to the last extremity,
if need be. But every one teems to place un
limited confldenoo in our complete tuocess.
We bope the bombardment will now continue
till tbe matter is settled. Hurrah for the South
ern Confederacy! Hurrah for "a little more
grape:
the Montgomery Advertiser of tbe 24ib,
says: tor more than six months past the garri
sons at t ortrickent and reneaoola have tased
each other, making preparations for a desperate
struggle, whioh might be commenced at any
moment, but the suspense is now over. Tbe
day so long wished for by our galhnt volun
teers, who have been compelled to pass tbs sum
mer in compsrative Inactivity in camp, hat ar
rived and tbe strength of tbe fortifications on
eaoh side are likely to be fully tested before
either party will acknowledge defeat. The
works erected by tbe Confederate foroes have
doubtless been contracted with great skill and
eare, and we should by this time bear that they
are In condition to stand tbe combined assaults
of the fort and Yankee fleet. There will be
no child'a play on either side. It will be no
Hatteras or Port Royal affair. The Confeder
ates are too strongly (intrenched to entertain
any idea of succumbing to anything like ao
equal force. - How long the contest will last
no one pan teil, but when it is announced that
there is a cessation of bostilities we bope to
be able lo announce that tbe flag of the Con
federate States waves over the walla of Fort
Pickens.
The Richmond Dispatoh says an official dis
patch from Gen. Bragg, dated Tuesday night,
states that evervthinir is aulet at Paniacola:
that the Federal fleet keeps a safe distance from
his guns, and that be is fully prepared for a re
newal of the fight. The editor adds that we
have every confidence that Gen. Bragg will give
Harvey Brown and bis ruffians more grape than
tbey can comfortably digest, v.- -
l bis is all there it in regard to tbe affair.
Niw Yobk, Nov. 30. A Parla letter in the
World sayt on good authority, that a number
of vessels which left Havre two or three months
slnoe with tea, coffee, blankets and shoes for
the rebel States, hoping tbe blockade would be
oroxen, nave returned witnoul being able to
dispose of their oargoes.
a Lionoou letter la tne 1 imes mentions a ru
mor that a steam frigate would watoh the James
Adger on her departure, in conrtquenoe of a
belief that her errand was to overhaul the West
India mail picket, and arrest Mason and Eli
dell. Tbe obase desisted when it became ob
vious that the had other business.
A Quebeo letter in tbe Times says at a coun
cil of war it baJ been determined to prepare for
emergencies by plscing the frontier of Canada
in a state of defense. There are rumors that
it had been resolved upon to call ont ten thous
and volunteers, but there it nothing authentic.
Capt. Gordon, of Ihe slaver Erie, has been
sentenced to death in February next.
From Missouri.
Rolla, Nov. 89. A gentleman who left
Springfield on Friday last says that McCallooh's
forces bad marched for Arkansas, having passed
Pond Spring at tbe latest accounts. Price's
rebels were reported to be still moving north
ward.
Sidalu, Nov. SO. Tbe followiog is General
Price's proclamation, issued at" Neosho, -bat
bearing no date:
t tllom itotens in tbe month of June last I
was called to the command of a handfull of
Missourians, who nobly gave up home and com
fort to espouse, in that gloomy hour, the eause
of your bleeding country, etruggling with the
most causeless and cruel despotism known
among oivilitsd men. When peace and protec
tion could oo longer be enjoyed but at the price
of bonor and liberty, your Chief Magistrate
called for fifty thousand men to drive tbe ruth
less invader from a soil made fruitful by your
labors and consecrated by your homes. To that
call less than five thousand responded out of a
male population exoeedlng two hundred thoue-
and. Oue in forty only stepped forward to de
fend with their persons and their lives the oare
of liberty and human right. Some allowances
are to be made ou the score of the want of mil
itary organixation, a supposed want of arms,
the ueoessary retreat ot the army southward,
the blockade of the river and the presence of
an armed and organized toe. '
But nearly tlx monfSs have now elapsed.
Your crops have been tilled, your harvests have
been reaped, your preparations for wiuter have
been made. The armv of Missouri organized
and equipped has fought its way to the river.
The toe it ttiu in tne neid: tne country bleeds
and our people groan under the -Inflictions of a
foe marked with all the cbaraoteristlcs of bar
barian warfare, and where now are the fifty
thousand to avenge out wrongs and free our
oouutryl Had filty thousand men flocked to
our standard with tbeir sbot guns in their hands,
there would not now be federal hirelings in tbe
State to pollute our soli. - Instead of ruined
communities, starving families and desolated
districts, we should have had a people blessed
with protection and with stores to supply the
wants and necessities and eomforts of life. I
Where are these fifty thousand ment - Art
Missourians no longer true to themselves 1 Art
tbey a timid, time-serving, craven race, fit only
for subjection to a despoit Awake, my coun
trymen, to a sense ol what constitutes the dig.
nlty and trne greatness of a people. A few
men have fought your battlesj a few mea.baw
dared the dangers of the battle field a few
have borne the hardships of the oamp tht
tcorcbing inn of summer and frost of winter,
the malaria of the swamps, the privations Inol
dent to onr olrcumslanoes lutigue and hunger
and thirst, often without blankets,wltbont shoes,
with insufficient clothing, with the cold wet
earth for a bed, the sky for a covering, and a
stone for a pillow glad only to meet tbe ene
my on the field, where tome paid the noblest
devotion known among men on. earth to tbe
eause of your country, and your rights, with
tbeir lives. But where one hat been lost in tbe
field three have been loet by disease Induced by
privation and toil. .
During all these ' trial e we lhave murmured
not; ire offered all we had on earth at the at tat
of our common country, our own beloved Mls
tourt, and we only now ask our fellow-cltiens,
our brethren, to come to vt and help to wear
whatwe bay gained and to win our glorious
Inheritance from the cruel band of the spoiler
and oppressor. Come to us, brave tons ot.JWls
sourlf Rally to our standard!
of
at
no
or
do
to
-
j I must have fifty thousand mo. I oall upon
ton In the name of vour country for fifty thous
and msn, Do you stay at homo to take oare of
ns and ydur property T Millions of dollars have
been lost because you' have stayed at home.-r
Do von . atav at borne far DrotedonT . More
tnen have been murdtfred at borne than I have-.
lost In fire successful battles. Do yon stay at
home to secure terms with tbe enemy T men
I warn yon tbe 'day may toon come when yon
may be surrendered to tbe mercies or mat one
mv. and four substance be given no to tbe Hes
sian and tbe Jaybawker.. I cannot, I will not
attribute Such motives to you. my countrymen!
but where are Our Southern rights?
' Friends, we must drive the oppressor from
our land. Now it the crisis of xour fate now
tbe golden opportunity to save the State, now
Is the day of yonr political salvation. Tbe time
for enlistment for our brave band it beginning
to expire.. Do not hold tbeir patience beyond
endurance: do not longer sicken their hearts by
hope deferred. - Tbey begin to inquire, whore
ara our friends! Who eball give them an an
swer! Boys and small property bolder! have
in the main fought the battle for tbe protection
of your property, and where, they ask, where
are tbe men for whom we are fighting t , How
shall I, bow can Iexplalnl ' " '
Cltitsns of Missouri, I call upon' yon by ev
try consideration of Interest, by every desire of
safety, by .every tie that bindt yon to home
and country delay no longer. Let the dead
bury their dead. Leave your property to take
care of itself. Commend your hornet to tbe
protection of God, and meet tbe approbation and
love of childhood, by showing yourselves men
tbe toot or tbe brave and iree, wno bequeathed
to ut the aaored trust of free Institutions.
Come to the army of Missouri, not for a week
or a month, oni to tree yonr country!
Strike till the last armed foe expirei;
Strike for your altars and yonr flrei;
Strike for the green entree of yonr ilrei,
QoA, and jour native land.
Tbe burning fires of patriotism must Inspire
and lead, or all is lost, just at the moment, too,
when all might forever be saved.- Numbers
girt ttreogtbi numbers intimidate tbe ioe;
numbers tave the necessity often of fliibticg a
battles numbers make our arms Irresistible
numbers command universal respsct and insure
conndeuce. we must have nlty thou. end men
Let tbe beardsman leave bis fold.-, let the farm
er leave his fields, let the meohaola leave bis
shop, let tbe lawyer leave bis office, till we
restore the supremacy of the law. Lot the as
pirants for offloe and place know that they will
be weighed in the balance of patriotism, and
may be found wanting. II there be any craven,
erouching spirits, who have not tbe greatness of
soul to respond to tbeir country's call for help,
let them stay at home, and let only the brave
and true come out to join their , brethren in the
teuted field. Come with supplies of clothing
acd with tents, If yon can procure them; come
with your guns of any description that oan be
made to bring down a foe. If you have no
arms, come without them, and we will sapply
you aa fir as that it possible. Bring cooking
utensils and rations for a few weeksi- brloz
blankets and heavy shoes and extra dotting, if
you have tbemj bring no horses to remain with
tne army, except those necessary for tbe bag
gage transportation.
We must have fifty thousand men. Give me
these men, and by the help of God I will drive
tbe hireling bands of thieves and marauders
Irom the State. But if MisBOurlans fail now to
rise in their strength and avail themselves of
tbe propitious moment to strike for bonor and
liberty, you cannot say that we have not done
all we could do to save you.
xou win be advised lo lime at what point to
report for organization and service. Leave
your property at home. What if it be all tak
en! we bave two bnndred million dollars
worth of Northern property in Missouri, which
cannot be removed. When we are once free,
the Stats will indemnify every oitlzen who may
nave lost a ooiiar oy aanesion to tbe cause ot
your oountry. We shall have our property or
its vulue, with interest. But in tbe name of
God and the attributes of manhood, let me ap
peal to you by considerations infiuitely higher
tban money: Are we a generation of driveling,
sniveling, degraded slaves? or, are we men wbo
dare assert aud maintain the rights which can
not be surrendered, and defend those principles
of everlasting rectitude, pure aud high and
sacred, like God, tbeir author?
Be yours the office to choose between the
glory of a free oountry and a just government,
and the bondage of your children. I will never
see tne chains fastened upon my country. I
will ask for six aud a half feet ot Missouri soil
on which to repose, but will not 'live to tee my
peonie ensiavea. , i
Do I bear your shouts? Is that your war
whoop whioh echos through the land? Are; yon
comiogi nun nity inooeana men Missouri
shall move to victory with tbe tread ot giants.
Come on, my brave boys! Fifty thdusand he
roic, gallant, unconquerable Southern men! we
STERLING PRICE,
Major-General Commanding.
From Port Royal.
Niw Yok, Nov. 30. The U. 8. Transport
Oaean Queen, from Port Royal, Nov. 27, bat
arrived. Com. Dupont bat transferred his flag
from the Wabash to the Sutquehannah, He,
together with Gen. Sherman, had just returned
Hilton Head in tbe Steamer McClellan, from
Tjbee Island, having landed a force of U. S,
Marines there, who bad commenced repairing
the fortifications and .constructing new onet.
fleet of eight gunboats was off Tybee to cov
er the troops it neoessary.i. The rebels bad
sunk two vessels between Tybee Island and
Fort Pulaski, in the narrow part of the Savan
nah River, to prevent the Federal fleet from
getting to that city.
A small schooner bad been tent up to one of
tbe islands above Hilton Head, laden with
cotton, and would sail In s few days, by order
tbe naval authorities Tbe fleet that wot
fitting out at Hilton Head for another expedi
tion wat ready and awaiting orders, which
were expected by the Bienville, Just arrived.
Beauiort was still unoccupied by tbe federal
troops, It not being considered of Importance
present. Two gunboats were still at anchor
that place. Tbe city wat visited dally by
officers of tbe army and navy . - There had been
engagement between the Federals and reb
els, nor bad any of tbe latter troops been seen
eitner at Hilton He id or Beaufort. But little
no nee could be made of the darkies, sa tbey
not oare much at present for any unnecessa
ry exertion. They are having too good times
do good work.
Ibe British steam frigate Immorta title woe
still at anchor. The transports were busy dis
charging their immense stores. The Vender
bllt would sail for New York in about two
days. ;;.; ;., - n ,
Wharves and storehouses had been erected
and werO being rapidly filled. Tbe health or
the troops was generally good. ..c' ' '
Conflicting Rumors.
Bittmoiti, Nov. 80. A boat from Old Point
has arrived, but brioge no news letter.
A great many rumors were flying about rel
ative to the affair at PenSaool. ; Oae- story
was that Fort Pickens bad been' taken by tbe
rebels; another that. Fort Pickens was view
rlous, and tbat Gen. -Bragg- bad been killed;
another that after two days'; hard fighting,
treat storm arose and both parties had to cease
ring. ' .." v
Looisvitic. Nov. 30 It Is reported that the
bridge of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad
over Romlog Ford was washed away yesterday
a freshet ' v-"1 . ',.- i. . ,.j.. ,
rasseoeers from southern points represent an
almost universal reign of terror throughout the
South erit Confederacy.. ; 'r '. . "
Gen. Jim Lane on the War.
Boston, Nov. 30. Gen. Jim Lane, of Kan,
us, delivered an address this forenoon on the
war. He took strong anti-slavery ground, sav
ing- tbat bis later experience bad completely
dissipated his old reverenoe for the Institution
slavery, tie asserted that Gen- Halleck't
army wat fighting to crush treason, but at tbe
tame time to preserve slavery. : '?- i j
BALTiatoai, Nov. 30. The Richmond Dis
patch contains the. following telegrams from
Augueta,.Ga.: One, dated the 26;b, announot
Ing the taking possession of Tyber Island; and
another,, of the 87 ib, announcing that Com.
Tatnall, with bis fleet, bad gone down to drlv
the Hessians off.. -,,, ' "V.-" " ;
Havana Sugar Market.
Niw Yoitt. Nov. 30. Tho Steamer Karnak
arrived from Havana 83d. and Nassau 26th.
At Havana sugars were dull; No.l3,78o;
stock "30.00$, boxes, y Molasses oo ttpctj, ot
transactions.
Federal Prisoners Sent to
Affairs in Eastern Virginia.
Nxw Yo, Nov. 30 -Fortreei Monro ed
vloes ley five bnndrtd Federal prisoners were
M - f TJ !mU a a a, ara w
sent irom ..n i. Wednesday to Tosoa
1W19, !. -. -, , ' ' ,"! .1,,
Advices from Eaafern Ylrfflnia silta lliat
uen. i.ocxwooa waeairongateagne on Thurs
day, preparing to start to Eastville, the oapltal
of Northampton cous.ty, which be would make
bis headquarters. ne porta would be Imme
diately opened to trade. Tbe people were en
thusiastically loyei
-
Additional by the City of Baltimore.
Thirty guineas had been demanded for lnsn
ranee on tbe North Briton.!. --.,-., ,
Tbe supposed privsteer. which had been teen
In the Mediterranean, prove' to have been a
lawlul new York merchantman,' and bad ar
rived at' Constantinople.
Fianoc The Bourse wat firm.:: Rentt ad,
vanced to 7Uf.
Emperor Napoleon will visit Queen Victoria
during toe great exhibition next year
it la asserted that the projeet of an Italian
vonieaeraoy iaoy np meant abandoned. -.
Advices from Manchester were more favor
able. Market' for goods and varus firm with
smau value. ; . ..
Breadstuff's generally antet and atnadr.
Wakefield, Nash & Co. reoort flour firm and
quiet at 28J31s. 6d. Wheat quiet and firm:
reu western and southern at lUlas. 6J;
white 12(M3j. oJ.. Corn ateadv, mixed S9fls
m. oat wnite t(guoj. Dd- rrovislons cener
OO ... n a nM ' . 'aw
ally Quiet, but steadvt cork dulli booon firm
lard downward. Produce aoffee nnobanged;
rloe steady; linseed oil firm at 36s.
" London Mabkit. Breadstuff firm ani atM.
ojr. bugarduil, -;
LATEST VIA QUEENSTOWN.
LivcarooL. Nov. SI Sales of Cotton far ten
days, 14.000. bales, including 5,000 for specula
tors and exporters, the market closing firm at
unchanged quotations. Breadstuff's remained
steady. Provisions quiet and steady
London, Nov. SI. Consols, steady at 94K
for money. ...
American Stooks III. C. 29V dlaonnnt, P!-i
'&828Jc.
Tne Nasbv
bville, firing tbe rebel flap, haa aV
rived at Southampton. Captain Wilson reports
tnm ne ien navre on tne win, oouna ror new
York in ballast, on tbe 19th was brought to h.
tbe Nashville. Commander Pet-ram. lata of II
S. N. Capt. Pegram ordered the Harvey Burcb
to be fired, which was deue. Eiportatone were
mode to induce (be Captain and orew to take
the oath of allegiance to tbe Confederate Gov
ernment. Capt. Pegram commnnicated with
Mr. Yancey, Tbe ttasbviile will refit at South.
ampton.
Boston, Nov.. 30. Marshal Kane of Ball!.
more bas been released from Fort Warren on
parole, to be abrent three weeks.to attend tha
funeral of his father in law.
Niw Yobx, Nov. 30. The Grand Jury has
presented the Broadway concert saloon ass
nuisance.
Major De Sutherland, of tbe United States
Army, died suddenly at tbe Metropolitan Hotel
to day.
Ibe crew of tbe schooner Edward Barnard.
oiptured in the Qulf, were released from Fort
Lafayette to-day.
Sheriff's Sale.
B.A.Chapnun.j, m,r
W. H. Earej. S V'anklinOonunon Pleas.
BY VIKI OEOF A WRIT OF VERDI
to me directed from the Ooart of Common Pleaa of
Franklin county, 0., I will offer for sal, at tb door of
the Court Home, in tbe eity of C olumbui, on
Saturday, tbe 14th day of Dec. A. D. 1861,
between the bonrs of 10 o'clock . m and 4 o'olock p.
, the followinr deecrlbed rea', estate, eltoate In the
eoanty of franklin and Stat: of Ohio, to wit:
Beginning at the northwcel corner of the aonthweat
qnarter of aeotioo number tveoty-ona (81), town (11),
range twenty one (81); thence eonth forty-Are poles to a
rake; thence eatt tLree hundre-1 and twenty polei to
tbe eastern boundary of the eunthejat quarter aecUon
ton staKe annate or a meaory, eight Incbei diameter,
north 07 weet futty three llnke to a Jack-oak. elaht-
een Inchea in diameter, south 49, wett fifteen lloka,
thence north with tbe boundary of the same forty-five
poiea w me norineaei corner or tne eune; tnenea weet
three hundred twenty poles, to tbe slaoaof baiinnin.
containing ninety acrea, being- tha earn premiaea eon-
vejeauy jonn b. turey loiaia wm. u. Harey by deed
bearing date Deoember the Sib, 185 1. and duly recorded
in ine iaia rrankiin couuty.
Appralied at 1 40 01) per acre.
O. W. nCPIMAtt, Sheriff.
P. B. Wiujox, Att'y. ,
Printer's feei S3 CO.
noT4-dltfcwtd.
SHERIFFS SALE.
. B. Wilson
vs.
W. B. Hose et si.
Superior Court.
1)V VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SAX.K.
1J to me directed, from the Superior Court of
franklin county, Onio, I will offer for eale at tha door
oi we uouri uoueo, in ine city oi uoiombos, oa
Saturday, the 14:h day of Deoember, A. D.
ISbl, ;
At two o'clock, P. M., the following deecrlbed real as
tate, situate In the county of franklin, and Stats of
Ohio, to wit:
The eooth half of a lot of land oontalolna elehtv acne.
mora or leaa; the said eighty acrca of which tha part
hereby conveyed li a part of a tract originally owned by
Dr. Qeorge Stevenson, father ot Catharine Jtmory, and
which by certain proceedings la the Court of Oommon
rieas or irrankllu county, wae Darted to and di.irf.d
among the children and heirs of said George Bterenion.
deceased; aald premises known aa the south half of lot
number seventeen (17), as willfully appear, reference
being bad to certain proceedings in panltlon eel forth in
the; Chancery record! of said Oonrt of Common Pleaa,
In book No. 8, page 318, and being a part of tbe eama
tract of land oonvered to Jamee P Boston by Eobt.
Bmory and Catharine Emory, by deed dated tha IS h da
of Ootober, 1847, and conveyed by aald Boeton to John
w . Bauer, by oeea dated the in day of Horemter. A.
P. 1850. . .
Appraised at S33 00 per acre.
- OB0K9H W. H0FISIAN, Sheriff.
By X o. Davis, Dtpaty,
B. Buirxn, Att'y.
Prioter'e feei 88 00,
noTe-dlttwtd
Sheriff's. Sale. .
Peter A. Preesler
!Doo. 3, p. 9j0.
Superior Court.
: Thomas Daniel.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
to me directed, from the Superior Oonrt of franklin
County, Ohio, I will offer for eale, at the door of the
Court Houae, In the city of Columbue, Ohio, on -
Saturday, tbe 4th day of January, A. D. 1863,
between the hoars of 10 o'clock A. H. and 4 o'clock
P. at., the following landi and teneoenta, situate Is
the county ot franklin. State of Ohio, and In tb town
of Wortuingtou, and known and deecrlbed as follows, to
wiu - ,
Ihe north equal third part of tn-lot number ninety
two (94), aa diatlngulihed on the orlilnal and recorded
plat of tbe town of Worthlngton, In aald franklin coun
ty, unio, neiog tne tame preaues eenveyed by said
Theodore 8. Tulter and Sobrioa his wife, to eald Thomas
Daniel, by deed dated Auguit S5:h, A. D. ISii.
appraised at jeuu vu.
0. W. riTJIfMAN, Sheriff.
Prlnter'afeesie 00. -
aoix8-dltfcwi4 . -. j
SHERIFFS SHE;
B. Wilton
Superior Oouit. " ' '
....-. .""' '.' .
W. X. Boat,
Tit VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
XJ to me dlraoted from the Superior Court of
Franklin county. Ohio. I wilt offer for tale at the door ef
tne uourt uouee, in ine uity or uoiumout, on ,
Saturday, December the 14th, A. D. 1861, !
at two o'clock, P. M , the following detortbed ml eatate,
titnate In the county of franklin and Stat of Ohio, to
wit; - 4 - - - - - -i. - - . -
Tht soath half of a lot of land aontalnlng eighty aerae.
more or lean the aald tlghty aereo, of which this part
tnaraoy conveyed, u traot originally .owned by ut.
Qeorge Bterenion, and whioh by certain prooeedloge la
tbe Oonrt of Oommon Pleaa of f maklln county, now
partitioned to and divided among the children nod heire
atlawot aaid George Bterenion. decerned; taid preta
lees hereby conveyed being known aa Ihe too lb h.lf of
lot No. 17, at will fully appear, relerenc being had to
eald proceeding! In partition, tat for, h in the Chancery
records of eald Oommon Pleae, In book , page 313.
Appraised at S4J 00 per acre. !
aiOUOB W. nUffSI AS, Sheriff-,
By In. D.tu, Deputy . ,
B. Smtxo, Att'y.
PrinteHe feee SO 00. ;5 . I
aoreVdltawtd ' ' '.
GOLDEN HILL 8IIIRT,
flDLDKN UiLL BUIHT3.
T X';.
UUbUKN UILL, BUIRTS.
The pattern of theteahtrteare new.. The Bodies, Vokee,
eieeree ana Donrat anionuw io nt ice pe,-son who em
,mfort. Th. m.. rh.,. ,Ll.,i.Hn. U,,'
site may be relied on aa being; correct, and each ahirt Is
guaranteed well made , A full etocb "fell qualities
oanttantly for aale at .. . BAIN'S, t
novw. , , ,. . Hu. ire sooin iiin irei-. i
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. . . - IAN0V DRKbB BILKS... . " 1
Ws ara now offering our toinieute- etook ef fancy Drees
Bilks at prtoee leu Sua ever before offered la thlaolty,
Ihe attention: ef the ladlea of thie elty.and vteintty It
Solicited, at oar ttoek tt very tatect and complete t ail
gredetof goods lo this line-
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SHOW CARDS,
W offer our serviocs to aU wbo may desire that tUag
tf work.
Ws have oennected with our XttaUiabmsst a
' BLAWK BOQE BNDEaY
From whl we produce the
Fisxesst Blazik,
Work
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in rax most
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PERFECT IN ORGANIZATION
In this City, and ws may add, '
WE WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE
with Airy
; Printing Hoase in tbe West.
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BAIN fc SON,
TO. 19 . SOUTH HIGH VXSXt,
a.'rk ' Noyr ' OFyEitiNo
ItOOO yards Saoar Plain Blaok Bilks at i OOvaln
' SI 85 per yard. ;, . .
BtSOO yards Traveluig Dress sad kfantla Ooodi
1 18 cants volat SO seals par yard.
8,000 yards Whltt BrUliontet at 18 1-8 cents
valot 80 eeota par jard.
81OCO yards lint and Destestte aioghami greatly aa
der vatna. '
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LARGE AND DESIRABLE LOTS 0
KOZAMBIQUll. BAXZOaUTKS,!
CHAIU8, NTJlABi BTXXt,
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AND ALL OTilCn i-
New and yaahtonable) Draw Qooa
la the saost dettrable styles sad at very lower prises.
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Of all ma tar lata, made m the aaest stylba aaana arts
Ihe lataat Paris faahlonatts -stoat ategaM styta
the ettns mi . v if - ' . .. .,
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Gents IJnea ' BLirt Collars,
Or SUPERIOR QUALITY FIT OAAt.
ROTB, Standing, Byroa, Peralgitay, Eeofraey tad
other new ahapea. iienuaed foeket Uandkerchlefa. Beak
Tlea.'Stooka, Street and arening filont. Knit Hoa?af
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nlebina Ooods la seat variety and at mmlerate pHota.
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