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HURSDAt MORNING, DEC..12, 1861.
Hon. J. A. Gurley's Bill---Radical
Abolitionism Run Mad.
mm yAa!Moaf a,' Ae 9thtt. Hon. Ion A
dnlfViV.Vid rebreeeati ita. Soonl 5ongr
-..Ailon! District of Ohio, Introduced Into the
'Hotiw bin.aribs telegraph brie&v describes
c t W' toobfiMt b Bisvae of rebels itnd colon
tbem,. The Washington "Special" of the
iw.snNow York Trtinne tbns stub" lip Its prOVU
gsllTOBl, e! ta "' ' ". '! ' M
iriaanTJM MU declares til rebel property ooufisca
Uue.tedeaad.all slaves belonging lo rebel free, aad
tw AWtUes fut the apoolutaienS of Commlaaienere
,iiT lnQh rebel Btat to earry onl tbe cotBsoatloQ
nioit property ted th liberation of Blare In a
wiwWBmtt!M orderly manner, and to take
nuiAMt of each 'Blaves aad employ tbem In the
ana wrriiM of the United Stale at reasonable w-I-.-...,
end lBMesDorttoe to Florida each b oey
,1 vpttoi be needed lor the public service, end to ap
ilpreaUete-Abeni there for aot mere than elz jeere
'w.t'ftii WeseoebleL wagee to loyal proprietor of
fllaae after woiob term of els' year thoy shall
XM entirely freow Florid 1 W occupied by
baa , rUnltad Stete (ores a toon aa practicable, end
.i..-tha Mtiteaof rebel fere to be Bold byCommis
- ,rr elanarato loval rmrchasCTS, and the slaves of
loo loyal eitisen purchased and paid for out of the
d i wn&ea.tion fund; It I to be governed by mill
t twy nd ar a-Terrltor 7,'atn it shall bare
x, , sojfteiet toyei white Inhabitant to entitle It to
, i (praaeDtatiTfj'iii Coo greet, when h may for
,a paaUAtaGevernmSntanaa uonBtiutiqn exwa
line ilua-fJ't iw x u' "- " '" !
.Ck-ttVVwV Vefer1!' thii fciU liccauBeyi Bne of the
Ilioe radical yet offered In. Congress and has a
local as weH as a general Importance, coming
(ji ail IP floe from RepoblloaB) member? from
aliaDliiu'ia high Uttdiug with hi jiarty, and who
was appointed to a jiosltloa on uen. r axMONT i
itff. which be resiened when that offioer jfeli
v under th baa oC tba Administration. j 1
Whetbcrrthere la any danger., that sochex
!'i9t?Vjiei l QuautYwpoBes will
receive the eonctlon of Congress at iu present
A-seajim w cannoteaj we bope'lnd trnst there
is none; but It Ts proper that the people of Otlb
aolof thav-Wakt ahonld clearly understand and
fully appreciate tbo oourse of the men who
cliim to represent them n the f ational Leg!
OlaiareC- To thla eiid, let us'raogeand examine
briefly the prorisioaa of Mr, GoatiY's brH un
der appropriate headr.
. , - li The bill provide for the1 general apn&ica
' lion and safe of property, real and porsooal,
Tbia-would be a higH banded measure even
seaiuat an alien enemy.. It may be said In jos
tlfication of the proceeding that the rebels are
CTwe?.Uaal!ea'enemleSUU uOovern'
ment has croDerlr and. steadilv refused to treat
or auknowleidfe ' them as snch enemies. The
- irebels carry on Ihe f war against" the Unlteii
State a though it were" an independent end
vjklia power ..-.If we war gainst tbem on the
''""Bime principle,' we 'shkll virtually acknowledge
tbem to be such a power the very thing they
and thairympathiaerearo teekipg to bring
There is no directs warrant in the Constitu
tion for such general confiscation. The only
ground updo which Its supporter rely for it
defense is it neoeaaity. It may be said to be
necessary' for the complete conqneet and entire
subjagatfon of a givetf territory, and for eioh
; . - purpose only; -, lint Mr. Gublxt and others who
advocate this extremo meaaore have .declared
once and ifgaln that tbia war Is not waged upon
onr part "for any purpose of. conquest or subjo
gation.',' Is the purpose of the, war ohanged
. since the extra'eestion of Congress, and since
- the so called "Union State Convention" met,
on the fifth of September last, at the Capital of
.Ohio? - .tna . : ! "?
2. The bill provides for the liberation or colon'
Kfaarton of b'.avee.--It will not be pretended that
, the CoMtitntlon grants any such power to Con'
' greas or the' Federal Government. 'The only
plea that can be eetv op: for Its exercise is its
necessity.,, Sot it Is not nsceeeary unless we
mean to cb&quer and subjugate by abolishing
Stete Institutions JSlaverj is Undeniably a do
mestlo. relation, created and regulated by the
laws of pattlcolar States, wan wmoo wwgress
has no more lo do than It has) with the lairs of
"Onltf eoncernfog the relations, of husband and
Wife, parent and child, master and e'pprentict-
Mr. Goslkt and the Republicans bare alljde-
-elared with one voice that wo do not wag this
' war Tor thi pnrpose of wrfArouio or itUerfcrr
ing with the rights" or t6iAei inttUution of
ID PkU. it HVkBIBTaiJ l i- vawuiunucu u-
stitptioaV of eertaln States, and Is not setting
. , slave fre "lntetferln g", wltb 4' H fi j
3-:Mr, Gcautt's bill provides for the appren.
ticloe of freed slaves for a term of years We
always knew that Unci Sam had a coMtltu
tioual right to bind oat apprentioee lo a certain
Dietriet On the Potomac; bur wo" neve biaard
' that It extended beyond those! limits. 'Outside
of the aforeeald Dialiict, we Boppoeed that
business came exclusively under 8tat jurlsdic
y lon, or, at any rate, that UncU Sam eould not
meddle with it in any State. Bat it will be said
that if freeing the slave b neoeeearyhe ap
prenticing of them will also io necessary. Ah
yes,wa..understod now one necessity beget
another, and Mr- Guiuit's bill is a beautiful il
lustration of the law. The general confiscation
x6f property begets the necessity for freeing the
'slaves: the latter begets a necessity for Colo-
1(tog and apirentlclng tbe Jreed negroes, and
fbis colonjxatioa begets tbe further necessity
tor annibilating Sum. Conatitntionr its laws
enovernmentj erasing its star from the Na
tional flag, 'and reducing It to the Territorial
condition under a jUitry government; for
. 4. MrGoaLiT's' birr, provides for edoclog
, tfbtetbf Florida toths condition of terri,
' tory to b governed by military law, and refuses
. it re-admission into the Union except witn a
- ConttUutlonVprohibltingt slavery. The bare
statement, of this. jnonstrous proposition is
oqab to shock thr soul of every loyal man
In 4b e Union.'' We So not say that its an-
thar guilty of treason i but we believe that
-ir7y"s) msn bsj been' Bent to Fort Lafayette
for a nrnch Tees flagrant offense. , Is this war
(M feb Fog'sd oil our part io imthiw not only
b" VbliEbed iiistltutlons'Vof .Sutes, but
8btes tbecnsctvesT -Is this necessary to "main
' tain the lupremacyot the Constitution and pre-'
-ervVte Union, with alf tbVaignlty, equality
and rights 6f the leverST State unimpaired
ThVtbr"totf" ridiculous, absurd and mtm-
v t 1 ' i" ' li I
airous tor seriou arguoicut. vumparcu wna
this, eewwloa -itself Binks intoiosignlfiosneB.j
ITTh Zaneevllle Couritr tf ,Tnody even-
Inesavst tUiili 1
Tll Slate Juurtwl of Monday morning ha a
long article on tba "Cabal against the Presi
dent," which, to nt, Indicate that there s
lll.4 k tn'W hand working that "maobine," or
tfhrt the tA:ar hs eeen the error of tome of
ttitfrier I "'"'. , V'sh" eref'Wajf'if .may
It
Elegant Extracts from the Journal.
i W takoTh follutlng 'pith and trutbful
eutecioea (from the editorial column of the
Ohio State eurroi of Wedueiday morning vto.
ll.XLct them b' netted alonKside It remarks
on tne "uaDai agamsi ino rreoiuom
mutt bru8b up."or the Joarnal will rival us in
the adTOcacy of Demooratlo ptinolplae: j
'The only policy demanded by the war t to
make It short, and, If need be, sh.rp. The force
i. ...auit fi that... If not. more Is at band.
At all evente let it new be Bald that the free
minn f iha North were compelled to Dlr
the slaTe of. the .South to put down tb rebel
It Ia. ' . ... 1. ., i b M 'U ' '
'This I the only way that emancipation is
. iM. tima Draeiioable. or even Doseible by
stale action uDon their own peouliar. domestic
in.titntioa. AnTaotof Cooereeaott this sub
Loni .nnlil rfnaipa iu enforcement at the point
of a half a million of bayonet. Bat, by Bute
legislation It is a worko! peace." ?
Tod-ities.
;,,Th "Athens (0.) Xttttngtr, in speaking of
the expulsion ol tne er irominemanomng
'ears', says:.- i "''"
Tbe action of Gov. Tod in this mitter Is
h Is hi Inlurioua to hia rennUUon for liberality
and even to bis acknowledged patriotism. , We
regard thla aa overdoinc the matter. If he is
to set himself up as a diotator to the people
along his railroad, as to what they shall read
and 'ball not read, the aot will very soon bring
bis road Into more general notice than it has
heretofore been, able to acquire on Its own
merits. ,We hope this is not given as a sample
of .his gubernatorial quannoations or omciai
conduct aa Governor of the srreat newspaper
reading fetate of Ohio. If ao, those who wish
to. continue in the business of publishing dur
ing bis relgo would better learn bis standard of
newspaper forthwith, aod. govern themselves
accordingly." , . '
The Maumee Exumi sais:
. VGo. Tod, baa advised, aod the road agents
have consented to the prohibition of the carry
ing of ooplee of the Cleveland Htrtid ea the
Cleveland and Mahoning Railroad, because the
Heraid bas dared to criticise the policy of the
Administration. . Does David Tod Imagine that
he leaking!'? - , ! , ,
' To New York Port says; .
; "The aot of Governor Tod and his subordl
nates is not Justiflabls on any pretext. A rail
road I a common oairier, and the Superintend'
cut might a well refuse to sell the editor or
orobrietor a oaasace ticket. A railroad super'
Lteudeot may properlv prohibit the circulation
on .his para of indecent publications, bnt the
Clevend Herald .does not come under that
bead. He had no right to discriminate for any
other cause. ; Wo trust the proprietors of that
journal will hold tb railroad authorities account
able at law for the unwarrantable Interference;
and (Jf, tba caeo comes to trial, a jury abould
give exemplary damages against those persons
wbo are looiieu enougn to attempt to act up i
private censorship of. the press.",
;,We clip the above extracts fronv the Cleve
land fferoW, that our readers may see the wall
ing! of the Republicans, j It is wonderful how
"ciccumiUnoes alter oases.",!. Last spring these
Republican editors exhibited 1 very "broad
grin" of satlsfactidD, as they read in the die
pa tones lhat;?'this or, that" Demooratlo press
was mauled o torn down because some mob or
presumptuous offioial thought it was not loyal ac
cording V their notions of loyalty, or, as Gov,
Too said of the. Hetuld, they were doing the
oausa otthe eonntry Injury . How doe the rule
workt . "-" " '.':
Ben. Wade as Mute a Mouse.
tTbe Republicans of the Abolition stripe are
wondering why it is that Ban. Wads bas not
sounded his Abolition gong on the nigger quev
tlon In the Senate, j The reason Is obvious.
An eleciloa" for Senator comes off in Ohio this
winter, and it is strongly Buspected that there is
not aa Abolition majority in the Legislature.,
It Is remembered, that not only the Democrat
who have been elected on tba Fusion Union
ticket, will not vote for Wans, but that mere Br
any Republicans who, claiming to belong to the
conservative wing of the party, will not vote
for him. s. WaoB bas the reputation of being a
hold Abolitionist; but we venture the predic
tion 'that on the question which divides the
President and Cjjuson, he will play mum pn
UI after the election, and then be will roar
Abolitionism in his usual style. ' Of this there
is no doubt. 'The Africa cannot change bis
skin no more than Want can make people be
lieve, by bis muteness, that he Is not a ranting,
bitter, malignant Abolitionist. .. .
' IT, The Cleveland Herald, alluding to tbe
Louisville. Journal' attack on tbe Administra
tion, says: a.s;. va flV.r . : ir
Tbia kind (T) allusion to the' Administration
is fn return, we suppose, for tbe release from
Fort Warren of the notorious Calhoun Benham
-brother-in-law of Prentice, and whose solioi
tations at Washington procured the release-
wbo was arrested by Gen. Sumner as a traitor,
and wbo is so notoriously known as one of the
murderers or Broderlclt. ; . .;,!
' J hi appears to inier that jar. uinbah was
released front imprisonment became be is the
brother-in-law of Mr.' Psimtici, the editor of
the 1 Journal:' The presumption Is that ' Mr.
Bckham, would not bave been released, if the
Louisville Journal bad published its artiole be
fore it had been done. ' Is this tbe way business
is done at Washlngtont Afe men kept in prls
on or released on account of their relationship,
without reference bo their orimec? If so, it is
time) ttecountrr Should knowjt; . .
T '1 I r i mi jf, niiinasSM mi a .j T i.
BT' The' Waehtngton Correspondent of the
New York Oissreer says: . t . . ... , . .
The nanera bava general! v noticed tha eaotnr
or eleven Union pioketo a low a ays since, near
Annandale, bf a party of rebel cavalry, bnt
neglected tq state a very important fact con
neoted with the affair. Tbe day previous to
tha capture a lieutenant of one of our regiments
stationed near Annandale deserted to tbe enemy
by putting epurs to his horso snd breaking
through our outer line of pickets. The attempt
at capture on tbe next day, auocessiui to a cer
tain extent, it is supposed was suggested by tbe
deserting . lieutenant. , A little drummer-boy
who was near tbe scene had tbe presence of
mind to ply nia drum sticks lariously, wniob
brought aid speedily to tbe spot, and although
eleven of onr picket wore surrounded and ta
ken off, several rebel caddies were emptied by
some of our aharpabootere. It la rumored that
tbe traitor lieutenant was indoctrinated by se-
cessiooiata here., ;
to
Nxw Yon Tims on Esuwcimtiow. If Con-
cress should -d-cre tbe emancipation of tbe
slaves, and Incorporate the blacks of the Sooth
with the army that is Denting against rebellion,
w abould probably witnesa the following events
in substantially tbe following orders , 4 ,
I. Tbe annihilation ot the union party, and
of tbe Union armies, in Missouri, Kentucky.
Western Virginia and Maryland, and tbe ae
cession of those States from tbe Union. .
8. The resignation of a very large ptoportlon
of the Union Generals, and the disbandment of
more than half the existing union armies now
tha fild. with the oessation of enlistments,
and tbe impossibility of supplying fresh troops.
9. Tbs formation or a peace party in we
Northern Slates which would resist and defeat
tbe collection of war tases, parallse tbe prose
cation of hoetilitle, throw everything into tur
moil and eonfusuMi cere at borne, and secure
either '-tb -recognised Independence of tbe
South, Or tbe reconstruction of the Union, by
giving slavery all tb guarantees It bas ever
dreamed of aaking. ' t
The Constitution now, and tba "worship . of
which prevails both witn tb . uovernmeat
and the oeoDle. averts these disasters and holds
be
be
be
it
a
Times, Dec. 5.
CT The sleigMtig is said to bs snperb over
nearly the whole- Of. the States of Main and
Vermont, snd a larga portion" of Now tTams-
It.
tbat
the Rochester Union and Advertiser.]
Letter from a Richmond Prisoner.
Tha followlnc lutttr tioiu George Rosenberg
nt tha 19ih Reelinoot, a priaoner or war ai
Richmond, was reoelved this morning:
Letter from a Richmond Prisoner. RICHMOND, Va., Nov. 22, 1861.
Thnra have been brought to Richmond near
ly two thousand nine hundred prisoners of war,
Mnmrnlmlnncil. non-eommiasionad effloer and
privates, since tbe Battle or lUanassaB, ai wuiuu
I tr.a oanthrad aavaattian hundred fend ten of
thi number. Including seventy-live offloere, still
remain at Richmond confined in different to
bacco factories, converted into prisons. The
balance have been sent to other localities in tbe
Southern States, for want of sufficient aocomo
d.tlona In thia oitv and because of a deelr tO
distribute tb 'expense of support among the
seceded States. .In September, one hundred
and fifty-seven, including thirty-three offloors
(Cot. Corooran amongst tbe nnmber), were sent
to Castle rincaney. in unarieeion uarirorj ui
hundred privalea, one Captain and two Lieuten
ants were sent to New Orleana, and are now
confined in tbe Jail of that city; one hundred
and fifty to Columbia, South Carolina, and dur
ing the present week five hundred more pri
vataa and twentv officers are to go to Tuscaloosa,
Alabama. Thus you will see onr brave men
who have been ao unfortunate after fighting
tha battles of their country, as to fall Into tbe
nami'i handa and inffflrlnir a cruel imorison
ment of more than four months, io tha daily hops
that our Government would take (measure by
w.v of exchange to release tbem, are at last
doomed to disappointment, transported hundreds
of miles further soutn to eke oui in me toaio
some jaile of secessionists, an imprisonment in
excusable upon any prinoiple of justice or bu
manltv. ludeed tbe Administration eeem utter
ly to refuse to recognise the first obligations of
civilized warfare, its duty to protect loose who
bave fallen victims under tne nag iney lougnt
to sustain. 1 however, bave never witnessed a
body of men who manifested more of self-sacrifice,
or willingness to bear all the ilia of this
unDloaeant position, than tbo Richmond prison
era. But it is difficult to convince them that Its
duration is any longer either necessary or just,
- a a ,.
The conviction of Smith, one of the Phil
adelphia privateeremen, and the trial of those
in New York, In which tbe jury diaagreed, has
aeomed to precipitate tbis qoeetion to an Issne.
a ,..,;.,'
Colonel Corcoran is now no doubt taken from
his associates at Castle Pinckney, and conn a
ed in a lonely cell In tbe Charleston Jail.
Ana tne Uoioneis, mijors ana uaptains; tmr
teen In all. bave been taken from thsloffi
oars' quarters here, which were comparatively
comfortable, and marchea to tbe couaty jail in
Richmond. v - .-.'
Tbe news is received here to-night from Wash
ington that an exchange of prisoners is now
soon to take place. God know our, fervent
prayera will all go Bp io one loud aoolaitn if this
intelligence turns out to do true. '. ,
Yours respectfully, V
GEORGE ROSENBERG.
Prisoner of War.
Army News.
Eitracta from a letter written by John G.
Miller, Ecq., and directed to Mr. Stephen Froch-
oi data:
CUMBERLAND, Md., Dec. 5, 1861.
- I bave joined the army and have met with
manv adventures for the short time I bave been
in it. Around oamp, in mud aix inches deep,
witn momentary expectation or an attack lrom
the enemy, we are in a continued state of ex
citement. Saturday the Confederates captuaed
eight ot our horses, lour wagons, two prisoners
and shot one man, not mortally, named
Hinckley, from Erie oounty. He was 'socked'
with three balls, but Is doing well and will be
out in a tew days. ,
To-day, tbs secesb oame right into our lines
and captured two or onr Lieutenants and one
private of tba Ringgold cavalry. Tbe Lieu
tenants belonged to a Virginia regiment'.' The
cavalry man was from Ohio; J don't know hia
name. 1 bave seen Lance Yeoman - several
times. " The old fellow looks gray, but is pluck
to tbe backbone, and never says "die." . Our
boys are io general good health. Gregg and
Craig are both well so are Will Wetherell,
John Jack and all the Sandusky- boys- . I don't
know or a sick one among mem, and all are
'eager for tb fray.' - The rebels are getting
so sauey that ws shall be compelled to do some-
tbioff bat ore long. ..... , . , .
i ('" !
You can't imagine tbe state of excitement
and impatience in which we are continually
kept. Every tittle while reports of the ap
proach of tbe enemy enliven tbe otherwise mo
notony of camp life, and then we settle down on
hard biscuit and beans. But we grow, fat and
look well. I weigh one hundred and seventy
four pounds and health goo&."Sandu$kf Reg-
titer.
Gen. William T. Sherman Insane.
The painful Intelligence reachea us in , such
form that we are not at liberty to disaredlt it,
that Geo. W. T. sberman, lata commander ot
the Department of tbe Cumberland, is nane
It appears that be waa at times when command
ing in Kentucky, si ark mad. We learn that be
at one time telegraphed to tha War Department
uree times in one nay lor permuaion to evacu,
ate Kentucky, and retreat Into Indiana. : He
also, on Several occasions, frightened, the lead
Ing Union men of Louisville almost out of their
wits, by tbe moat astounding representations of
tbe overwhelming force , of Uuckner, and the
aeeertion tbat Louisville could not be defend,
ed. The retreat from Cumberland Gap was
one of .hia mad freaks. : When relieved of the
uuiuioaod in Kenmcty, be was aent to Missouri
and placed at tbe bead of a brigade at Sedalla,
where the shocking faot tbat be was a madman,
was developed, by order that hia. subordinates
knew to be nrepesttrous and refused to obey,
He bas, of course, been relieved altogether from
command. The harah criticisms which bave
been lavished upon tbls gentleman, provoked by
nis strange conduot, win now give way to feel
ings of the deepeet sympathy for him in bis
great calamity. It seems Providential tbat the
country bas not to mourn tha Ices ot an army
through the loss of the mind of a general into
whose hands wers committed tbe vest rcecoosl
bllity of the command io Kentucky Cincinnati
Lemmtretml v v - - .-.
i
Where the Shoe Pinches.
It will be seen by the special dispatch to the
New York Time from Washington that, at the
Republican caucus, ueoerai Aicueiiair was
charged with controlling tba Executive and
Legislative departments oi the Gaverarasnt.
Tbat la a grave cbarge, and show that Ueoerai
MoClellau is a ha.ray of tbe Abelltionlsls
carrying out their idea of making the war one
lor freeing tbe slaves, it will be ranembered
bave been reported, at tbe time rremont Is
sued bis proclamation, that General MoClellan
should have told the Pnsident that if Fremont's
prjolamation waa to be the policy of tb Ad'
ministration, be would tbrjw up bis oommlision
and retire from the aerrioe. Tbat Is aaid to
bave determined tbe Prtsident to dissard Fr
mont'a policy. It I that which makes these
radicals sty that Gen. McClellaa controls the
Executive and Legislative deparimeui of .the
Government. tin. x,nj. . , ,j .,,.-
Send the Women Home.
Peter Smith has been at Washington and
prying into things'' His Observation convinces
bia tbat there are too many women aboni, and
Buggests as a good military movement to
send the wives of tba officers borne. On that
eays. rather fearfully of Mrs; Smith: ' " i
1 don't know, tboogb, but -1 might add,
send borne tbe wile or every1 ai my officer In
Washington.' It I too bad tbat there' should
any necessity for this, but our offioers srs
away from their regiment altogether too mpob,
particularly wnen tnetr wives arc living In
Washington. Thf is something about calico
tbat eaaaes men to neglect their duties what
la i oon't know: Wherever von go In Waih
Ingtoa army offioers abound : at tbs hotelsths
tare, saloons, conoert, etc., they make' op
foar-fiftba of the crowd.- The' men bave to
forego all the pleasures, and 'the officers
ought to be willing to do the fame. So I say,
aena mo women noma ana let tnem go to work
knitting mittens for tne soldiers. Don't Jet
Mra: Smith see tn . ' ' '- '
tT One-slztb of (be r-.,llwaye of BwUzeriand
ODdergroaniJ. Aa "ojidergroaud railroad"
tbat region, however, simply means tbat
there are forty -nine tunnels through which tbe
traoks pass. Negroes bav .nothing to do with
Tha lor ir wit tnnnei is at Lone, in tha
Jura, being 3,259 metre In length; nest comes
or Haueostein, 3,js metres; Ibea tbat; of
Moot 6ego, In fhs Jor, 1(354 meires,, 1 1
ef
Send the Women Home. Supreme Court of Ohio.
Hoe- JoaUA Sootl. OMef JuiticTHon,
BU bnBtttllir,
Hon. WllltaB .V. P . ''B- W"l
Q, ultoa, and
Send the Women Home. Supreme Court of Ohio. L. J. CRITCHFIELD, Reporter.
TUESDAY, Dec. 10, 1861.
GENERAL DOCKET.
4 j mi ti-fori ef Tjieiclnseeuntf at. M
than HartwaU'saaminUtratori. Ouutloued fur want of
,QClJ:4-HA','on admbiljtrVls a.
fio. 13.
no. I3..eerge n. aaomixon inuJur, no, we.T
Oharlas Irek at al? iaeil for tena ef aottlaiaenU f
No. MTOenlral Ohio Kallroad Company w. Aloxan-T
itt 0. Moor. - Judgment ravened for ailartlrwiUon, Jf
Oonrt.- Mo. furtlMr ntport win m maae oi uit cm. .
-Ho. 84., MalTlna flllmoia.. tVllUatt J?. D'ArnU-;
No. 83. iUdos Irout as. OommlMloners of Parry
oonnty. Pamd for want or Drier,. , , tl
No. 89. Tht atata a M. eaorirs B. aBytbs, Wll
llan Durbln atal. JMied for want of brief,. )
No. 31. , Drunlla Child, at alva. W, ir ai.
- No. 8ii. inornu Beaedlot vs. tamuel Clark St 1.
PaMad foi aoper,,-; r , ,, n
Petlllon dlimliMd no further report will be made af tha
?No. 94. - Daniel vVadrwor & 4f aiwir" lit& Davis,
nvjilntp. lfi. PMMCd for want of brief,
No. 35. Henry Boyd, aMlniee, etc V. Freiertok
Klon. Judcaent ,l Common- Pleas ravarsed aad ,
minded to Common Plea,. Case decided by Armatroni
. Harvey. 11 Ohio St. step, sir, ana jruyrnor V, Bar-
mer vi ear
MOTION DOCKET.
Cnarsfl
No.fi. John Ludlow etal. e. Jonathan
Motion for laav t file petition la error.- Papers Jnlw
No. 3. John UoOlnra. Auditor of Patsamoo inly;
Settled. Paated for terms.
No. 5. . In tb matter, f Lewis firly Habeas eo:
.... .Paaiaa for brief,. vi- " - - p
No. t. David B. Sampsel . anna If. White. Mo
tion for leave to lilt petition in error, raaied for plain
tl9' eonnael.' .'. .(I i r : I -
No. 10. - Wilson BnolTe Martha Bteel. Holloa for
leave to me veuuoo in crrer. ' .uiiud orwrruiou. wnu
leave lo withdraw Dapera and to to the Dlatriot Oonrt
No. 11. The Port Clinton R. K. Co. . The Olere-
land and Toledo K. E. Co. Motion te take aue out of
it, order far hearlne-. Paraad for notiM.- " ' 1 '
N. IS-' John I Sonnelletal. . Kebert tlelpion's
adm'r. Leave to file petition In error granted.-
No. 1. r leaae Uanhante. Ilarh Bvans. Motion for
leave to file Million In arror overruled. I
No. 15. Merrill J. C, Breecae. The State of phlo.
Motion to take oaie No. 244 on the General Socket oat
of lu order, (ranted. , . v
No. 7. Benjaailn 8. Id, William ".ObnTthblll
t al. l.eave granted lo Die petition la error. I
Adjonrned until Thunder morning at W e'slock.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS;
1 1
fa7r,nto3..'
AN BXPEHIEKOED OEIt HI AW
SALB8MAN. . - -
-i; BAIN St SON.
decll
NEW GOODS ;
P.-HOSE'S.
HAVINt JUST RETSJRNEO FKDM
New lork, I am now prepared to offer to the publlo
a molt excellent anortment of GOOCB FOR GUN 18
WBAR, iucaae
"CLUTiis, ,'
CAStflMERES, ' !
- " " VE8TIGN8.I
Asd a general auorlment of ,,.,. ,, j
FURNISHING COODS, '
of the rlrhett and neateat itylei In the market; all of
which I am aellln at tha CBgAPHST P0BSIBL1
BAIEiS fOft CABU.- , yj K ... , ; '
ITT Special' Attention VaidL. to Will
tary Olficera Clothing; , . i '
llavlnr had Ions experience la tbe Out and llnu fea
ture of Officer,' Clothing, I feel confident I can give en,
tire latltfactlon ts all my patron,. - ,
L. . i t. ROSE, ' I
.vn - -' Mercbantlailor,
f i AJi f Cor. Hlgb and Town Streets,
-Bovl(Mf-' 1 Oolnmboj.Ohlo.
3 new" boarding house.
yjK' sUAITLEU HAS OPENED A
BOARDING HOUSE
AT NO. 50 I AST TOWN STEEEl",
Where he can accommodate a number of Boarder! by tbe
dayorwaek. '' - 1 ' i
deci-tr .t ,
INTERESTING
to ..evi:ry reader,
IT Is an IndUputable fact, that If any preon want, on
of tboM comfortable ESQUIMAUX BEAVEHOVEB
00AT8, be will usually find them In large qnantltletat
18 any penon deilron, of owning one of the late atyle
of KCAVKU OVER OOaTb, wl h eape attached,
don't break your bead, to learn where to find them, but
go io ma r - -
CAPITAL CITY ARCADE,
. Oppoilia tbe Btata Boats.
Too will. Sad tbem tbeis In all color,, kept by '
AlARCUd CH1LDS
TTD n nmr wnr toy ot the 81 LK MIXKD OAR
XJ filMBBK BUIT8, wLich art told At tbo OaplUl Oity
alwivi Xkia id Mia you win una laem in ptief ,
MARCUS CHILDS'fl.
YOU may also bs lo want of PANTS and VBSTS. and
there ia but one ettabll,hment In tbe Weit where
rants ana vetta are to be bad in all alrlnea. ,hiue,.
eiica, wuiiuwkiu qaeiuic,, ena ui&l piece If the
CAPITAL CITY ARCADE.
DONT fonjet the extenalv aasortment of f UENI8H,
IK3 SOODB. nariicaiarrv in WUULKH KHtaTI
wnicn yon caa sna in "neat white and bine," at the
UAril Ab Lii l X . AauAUE,
Cnperintended by Marcus Child,.
... ...
on wlaa to wear garment JrlADE ,TO OR.
KKi yon oan do no bettor than to ua to the Mar-
Chant Tailoring Eatabllthmeat, next to tb Arcade, and
elect jour good, from a itock eomprialng all color, of
Beaver Cloth,. OaHlmerea, 8Uk Velvet and Plnth Vett
ing,, ana yoa win rarely meet witn a good Bt by purchas
log at -i , :, .
k jt t . .. MAKCU3 CHILDS'3.
1CILITAE7 OENTLEMIW, when they fcome to thu
Ifj. cut, aa Hraorerf, ana wi,n to act a UNIKtiRM.
ia to tbelr best adrantage to call at
MAKUU3 CHIJLDS'S,
Where a large aMorbnont of BLUE CLOTH and other
rowel oeioogiog ro uie equip, ge or an officer ran be
naa at very moaerate price,. '. ',
in inortaauat , .
, . Elarciis Childs's, I
Protrrtjtoref that xtentlv bualneta locality,
NO. Sly , S3 Stnd 5 MICH STREET,
Oppoilte the State Honae. ' ,
octS7-Wm - - - j
GOp) 3 SAMARITAN.
E. B. ARMSTRONG,
9.
VHOtESAJ,!: k REXAU DEALER IN
STOVES AND TIN 'WARE
O A large ttock of the GOOD 8 MiRIIAN on
nana.
novlJ-dSm "
14.,,,''
OOALTAUD,
IHR VNDKRSIONCD EEFPI Caw.
BIABILI on band and for sal, tba beet quality of
HOCKING GRATE COAL, i
which hew)fi set! at lbs ioweat marVTtVr1'. 4') ,
Call and' omnia, my Coal before purchailnt elie.
wbera.i T-i h.. -i ,i,,iuA 'j. ,
Offlo at the store of Bradford, Buyd 4 Co., head
Canal,"' ' aw
sepiiMai . -v-
i ' viltfii-- :'vi
"J Ifr
ao
r r T , , iTTl T. '
UJ iAJl L'
TIN AO COPPER WABE, ...
uavaa Tall aud dostphte Assortment of
notisEufimsiiieTGOinisi
jaTAPAN'D
GOODS
Of almost every kind, .
SPICE AND SEED BOXES,
". ,K VI. K '.ViW.iv'1 t. iA"
Knives and ' Fork, Bpoona, Tuba,
" Ooal Hod, eato..
Tor tbe Larger One.
Wewoald oall yoitt farther attention to tbs fact tbat ws
M ' P01" ASaVIB for tbe sale of lb
sf eWArt.1 cook' stove,
Which Is. fn all retpectt, clearly tb "ATJTOOBAT Of
TRH KITCHEN." bavlnt no eaual In the completeness
of it performance and economy of fuel. The clearest
teatlmony ef It mperiorlty la the fut that manufac
turers and dealers are conatantly Imitating It, cooing aa
near It a oasibl to HXTSEPHI, APPIARAMOK.
Call and examln our steok. It I, no trouble to ,bow
octSS-dlm : ' " i i '
HEADLEY,
I ii
EBERLY &
v. RICHARDSS
NEW STORE,
; G.SO t?xL Q3EL '
i h ' " '
SOUTH HIGH STREET, '
r":.."' '.':!.,
Are now opening a large lot of
i ' ., . : ,. ..... ; !
;..'- '. . .. ;; ' t t
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
F U
Ladies' 1 Cloth Cloaks,
BALMORAL SKIRTS,-
.,-. . ' -k -
Bhephard's Plaid , Shawls,
'Ladies' Merino Vests' & Drawers,
N. .,': :,.V.'
Boys' Merino
Shirts
& Drawers,
ZEPHVR WORSTEDS, !
E m b r o i d e r e(d Repps,
OPERA HOOPS, ;
, .. . : -v. J
-.''.'," i,:t. : . ! '
Opera Flannels,
WOOLEN BLANKETS, .
a v -...- .
0 LO A K . CLOTHS
MI8SE3 SUPERIOR LONG SHAWLS."
-This firm, having adopted the Cash syitan 111 the pur
ehaaa and a!e of G ood,, are enabled to sell from 1J to SO
per cent', lets than other houses under the credit system
HEADLEY, EBERLY & EICHABDS
. 250 am 252 south high street,
. COLUMBUS. ;0. '
u aSheriff 's Sale. ;
M. MoOanefcOo.
t v,.
ammon Pleas,.
Charles Bay
etBro.
, etal.)
BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF IT I f A
to ae directed from tbe Oonrt of Common Pleea of
Vrankltn oonnty, 0.. I will offer for aale at the Oooner
Shop of Michael Zehnctkor, on Vint Alley, In the eltgr
oi .VO,uwDas, v., on , .1 ). . J I
Monday tbe 16th dav of December,, A. D.
at one o'oloek. P, M the following deicrlbea property
tOWIK -. . (..-. .. j 'M .
2000 WhUkev-barrel itave. BOO Horeheae stave,, 1000
seer-aet ataves, ana a lot or uanr. ' i
Levied en a, the oronertr of Hiohael Zebnoeker. i
Printer's fee 6 DO fl. ,W. HUFFMAN, aherUt
Oeoi-aid . . , V -. Byd. Davis, Deputy.,
1 ' COLUMBUS' ' i
OPTICAL INSTITUTE.
, ';;,.l
The
Beat A-rllflclail Ha In n tha
lliuuan Siglit ever InTvnted. .
( eviai 54 ana fc dHMHsB .
PRACTICALr ft SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN,
KEEPS THE LARGEST ASSORT
ment of the moat imnroved ktnda ot inwaalM.
an m, uunc wneioer lor near or rar-iignted, ate
Srennd la concavo convex form with the areeteM rare.
aa to salt the lye, of all eaaee, curiDg Weaknees
Diulnni or Inflamnutioa of the Cyea, and kanertlnt
strenrth for Ions trading or Due aawlns. ...
Offloe, 13 Cast Htnte itrcet. at Seiner c Webeter's
nno nrore.' - . , ., . . i
anci-dlv V'-'- ' . , klLL !
mi
WAT IfcAsaii.' - ' ""' '
x Oaaee No. I aovernawai Nntmrg,.
,rui uiovea. , . . , ( , t it
lObozea Oltron. T ..'ind: II.. ,-. ' '- '
30bozesklB Balelna.' .,. ,ar) '
SO " Leyar. da.., : i-..v. ,J
4 ,100 dram Ma.. -. . u .- ,:
8 oaak, Zant Our ran U, te. ate. .
la store for sale by
M-1 - ..-.;' WM. H. KBITHAOX,
novlfl 106outhHlgli8ret
vW i s
BtTCKWHEAT 5 FL0TJR11
tv' I. . J 111 l , ,
AftOf REM l ot OP CTsTblCE' ' OAITAa
Ml) VT I, ; . .. ... . I
10 wth High aueet.' .
THT! -BEST 'BUa.ni)SI OF EAKII.T
tLOVH, by barrel or drat load. , i?TiiZ 7
fot yala. bf
T" IO lento Blab street;
f
.
t
- . .
mm
.jLTaiu hull . to
" '
AmU,
a4K. ITOW IS THE TinEsTOiUUUJLiiiJ.
US
I
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: i"
llr 1 )::
Tto'DiiiXY.at,, - -, , - ;
The WEEKLY, at. the low rate of
,fV
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" V.,rnbap(ioiia' totlM DAnVrad
FOR THREE OR SEX; MONTHS
.At the above rates; and
. I -..
' W,' I ft J1
TO : CARRIERS ; IN ' ANY
nCiT'Lit tbe unal rates. f 'Aa an sctablished and reliable organ of the Democratic partly:
THESTATESHim.IS,
. In the future, as in the past,
PRINCIPLES QF.THATGR AND. ,0
mieh haa been'Bfi fruitful wf good ta the PEOPLI OF TEX TOOTED 8TATES,; and wil
ii faithMly Tirge th r-tblUhment and a
DEMOCRATIC CREED AND. P0UCY:1H ALL..THE" STATES.
.;V . ,V As essential to the oompleto and perfeet re-eonstraetion of the) J)'J
3EsriariJi.ijc. -.unions
On the basis on which that
. ... .' ' " , .' ,,.,'-. i ; i
The STAtiaiaN will support the Administration of the Oeneral Government ia all legal and
'constitutional efibrta to put down rebellion ; and sternly resist the efforts mad in some rjoartsn
to convert the present unhappy war into an Abolition crusade.
It will constantly urge economy in the public expenditures, and tbs most rigid socountability
of all public offioers. . - , . -- -t r
As a medium of general news, the Btateskui will endeavor to make itself acceptable to ita
numerous readers, and at all time supply them with .... m xi'jttJ"
ZOxe Xj.toaat asxcI. sxx'oawt XlellAtole Xleiportsa
' ;,. , '; Of the home and foreign markets,; In ita columns ' .
THE BUSINESS MiN, THE FARMER, MECHLMC 1D LABORER
WM find their interests consulted and attended to, and no effort will be spared to' make it a first
. olass newspaper. . . ' , t , , , -"
, During the approaching session of Congress we will hate a talented and accomplished corres
pondent at Waahington, through whom our readers will be furnished with much valuable and
reliable information.''
The doings of our own State Legislature will be fully reported, and the local newa of the
State and our own immediate vioinlty, will have a due share of attention. ' f1 4
We urge upon our friends in all parts of Ohio, and the North-Western States, to aid in extend -'.
ing the circulation of the Statmak, since by so doing, they will assist in the promulgation of
sound political doctrines and reliable general intelligence.. ' . . " , ; : - '
THE
EKLY
OHIO
To any person raising a Club of Ten Bubscribers to the Wbxsxt Ohio Siatcshan, and
sending us the money ten dollars for the same, we will eend one copy gratia. ' ' -All
orders will be promptly attended to. r
- Address,
November 1,1861.
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t:
it will uphold and dfend th '
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J. H. RILEY. . or. N. W. LEFAVOB .
iwunw mvn ouiitoD,r, Bnperintendenl
ia coma nign oiraet. Franklin Bindery. I
novia-aja i
Ml,. I
Shooting Oalleiye,T
THE nndentrned beg ie,T io fornj J)is",frind
thatheba Attadap ,,, ,.,,. ;
BHOOma OAIIEST
VERANDAH, ON STATE STREET.
flood Onn Air flnnt Platnta mm ara.h,Mta.
'Air nie a cell. . . .
aovlSdtf " "OONBAP BIOBABDB
Oysters !;0ystersU
HAS JtrT RECEIVED, A tin WiVL
b la daily receipt, by Ixpreaa, el.
.,1 .....
feesh: cau uta oysters, i
rem Baltimore and Fair Haven.
Call al Wagner's Oytteraad Fruit Depot, Be. SI' last
State ttrtet. . . . .
ffz: . a- 'v'M "t is- i v; .. r
A tS!5CAWTHES KID OI4STE8, M
aJl auxi and eolvn Jart opened a BAlfiftt
. tle.waMttnaalbMa.
FMiliOOOlfiRY
J. M. & V. KCERrJER.
; ,.;,v.To- OO, "
Corner of Broad & Front Streets,
COLUMBUS,
DBALIBB IS
GROCERIES, - PRODUCE AND
PROVISIONS,
FOREIGN 4WDOME8TIC FRUITS,
FIOTJB, BAIT, ;iiQuoasr ETC. .
0TBT1BB BT THJ CAN IN THBIS BIAIQSr.
oetSVdly
Flannel Bhirtinga.
ELAlntPL,aiO,STRIPEDdcTvTILI,
. SS, . Sss issst estu,lva ima in tne elty .
1 ' Army Woolen Book. . ...
. ' Bhakar Ribbed Book. v. ' . . a.-
tinder Shirt, and Drawers.
Cotton and Merino Books. .
Golden Bill Bhlrtl.
Oent'e Kid Olove. y ...
Dent's Linen Collars, Neck Tie.
. V ' BAIN fc SON,
etl . No. S8 Bonth High Street.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
TO MARRIED tmil.
Or Tboaa Contemplating' laarrlasjo.
TBI ondertlgnsd will gtvelnformatlon on a rarriN.
tertittag and important rabjeet, which will, be valu
ed more than a tbouaand tuse lis cost by every married
oonyle of any age or eondltlon ia life. The Information
will be sent by mall te any address on th receipt of S3
eents (rtr) andoneredetampv . .-'
All letters ihonld be addresitd to
. .far-- ... . . - H. B. M0ERI8, K. t
oct31-ly3twdetw Boston, Mas,.
TEVEns,; rETEB ARB iorn 'mi.
Boos Affeottons, Golds, Bhenmatlrma, Ooattvensas, Con
sonpUens, AffeoUon of th Spleen, at Ui Livr,ot
tb Heart, Tomon, asd all dlieaje, hleh aeH.miir.
hav always exhibited, upon direction of the body, a
nnmber of hard or concrete point, either la'tom of the
organs named or la the blood vessels, someone, wn
ramifying te th Bash, and again depoilted anon tha eld.
of a bonai. Now the, llttu hard sabataaon would
aavaa Soaa if Brandrsth's Pill war need; they wanld
b purged out of th system, and years ff happy life
weald be th snfferers lot Instead Of an earl v leave.
Alwayi pnig bat aava, num Inrlckatn.
T.T.Crpntor, .Beq., of Oovernenr, St. Lawrence
eoanry, New Tork, 04 )tars pf age. Bays he has Q,ed
aranarsw-s Fills tor 3d yean, admlaUtered them Bnt ta
hi, coachman, who had fever and aga;rv eight th
day after tb chtll; ohlll aad lever lea, severe; pre
eight more th next day, and so every other day antil
th chill and rem did not return, which wa about alga
days from tb Aral attach He then gav foarvry
other day for another week, when th maa wa-srely
restored to his aenal good health. '
E was hlnuelfettackedi took- them ia th tame way,
and waa euied la len Ume. Ea need no ether audi
cine for 31 years; fooad then always reliable for hiawelf
and family when sick; ha recommended them la tbo
sands with Ihs best malts, end feel, oonfldent that eve
ry family wonld save a larger are rag of health If rhes
Pill, were need In th pise of calomel end other hurtful
remedies.' ' ' ';
Bold bf Joaii ; Cook, Drnggl,Cofnmbjrand by
SU retpec table dealers ia medlolne.
noviia-dlny m-m-. ,---r; y-y
my MANHOOD. ;
C -. . ignia LOST, f HOW BEStORKl).
Juar. FabllaheCia a Sealed Bnvelop! Prle let.!
A U lTtHII OH TfiB NATTJEB, TI ATMBNT AND
RADICAL OUBB Of srk HMAXORHUSA Or Seminal
Weakneat, lavolaatary Bmlatloa, lemal Debility, and
Impedimenta lo Marrtar treaenliur. MervonanMa. Oaa
eamptioa, Bpllepey an fit. Mental aad fhiDloal Ia-
oaaaoiiy, reeoiring troe, eir-anaea, ete. By Mobett 1.
uiurerireu, ja. auuor of IM ttreea Sook. Ave.
A Bean ta Thanaavnele af "raff erera.
Bant aader seal, ta a' nleln aavekma. to uiV',
Poet petdtea reeelpt ef steova, by Dr.WaJ.
Mom,
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