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SUNDAY MORNING, DEC. .15, 18G1...
Republican Conservatism with its
Republican Conservatism with its Two Faces.
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,!nU thinz in iht content politlosoftha dmor amua-
llii i ing euan .b tirades of tMA EspuMlcsn w
g!ntt: their MdloHretlrp, who woultl
'i0 Immediately free and arm th nrgroea.' I At the
, ..m. .1-. th.. Mmln!r wttbf Journalist
.jVadtnU.bat.he Gavrromwt may be driven-, of
1 : .'- necessity, to adopt tf.tf radical policy,, and Uej
-'hicome as'exclted ai jubilant our the prospeot
at the fiercest AbolitlouUt.- !.).' ;- -'
. ; .Th.i. York rrorWjwhlcbbaf.byaotbo
jjs fttj cr'bf Its own accord, aBBumed to ba the
' 1 ' champion' of President, Lincoln, i saapU ol
"'I V. ahi class of papers.. It mi bseetb, Is ridicules
ivr and abases the Abolitloi'nUi mostunm?rci(ully,
'"""tndin the next,' curses' slavery .."op' mU: and
I ,i t4owtt" and DrooounoM In do continent
sealed forivar in cooseqaeeea or on reoaiiiira
HeWiS'ltae' first 'paragraph1 In an article,
611 -headed ''A Crarea try,?! ti.
13th Inst. Did ou aver, leader, see a'. finer
WpeeWeo f aasparlng stdleuli and" withering
. . 1 .-Ay iul M f J 3 ,-niJr - i l ! '
.soornj , , r, v . o t y
Th, mmrtk art UU1 US'. . Zf Wtfer IA
,V"!ui Can it be believed thai thtrs aia Ameri.
duutdlt enoash to raise a on
like that. .. i nare is not a uj
It is bawled at every poiutof the compass, and
comca dpwa to us from even the sacrea walls of
die CamwU.They demand emancipation as a
milituT necesslti, Jn tffeot, we are told that
. Lh tcntv milUona of the North are no match
" " . " . '. A; C.ntk .that
, jor im aix miuiou oi iu
1 . i . i V I. ii! t. . 1k,
aoomtd W oeiea, mmm mm kd u w.
. KUb . fm Thn da sol li
tko to nave is pui
i .k.. .i.i. Kni u mmiti ta cxaollv that,
Xy . ; Short of that, their "military ntcesslty" would
-4 under the war powor the baldest prtext.rWa
f 1. 1 s.j that a tilei Insult was never dealt upon the
na a nusnomet, ana inou wub
4, WDrtnern nam. , ine wrB.iiuei -"
' . '4 by tuihern sJave-drlvera doca not tqual it, U
V 1 It ba una that, with such numerical odde in our
w ": favor, and with the noblest cause that ever ap
., " " ple4 to man, we must crave the enceor of
, ; n;n. a frin in h!r vlndloate our birth'
. , . iivea: it we must iuu...ii . iuo vwi, p
, . right and stay ns up in our extremity, then let
- it be recorded,, we are ,-mutuiun
' rtM I I Af inn Inw for tin. Wl
. - D.nnnt court lha alliance of slaves, , without
proving that we are onrselvee. fit to be slaves.
, ' It is our heriUge that is assailed, no theirs;
and if out own good right arms, with all the
advantage they have, cannot proteol it, we may
as well at qpee advertise our degeneracy to the
u " world, and propara to take our place as nnder
J linga. Emancipation as a miiilaryaeejtu'ir: A
, , , militabv Mcrasmr! If emancipation must
c-mefor the honor of ouf fathers, for oor own
; indrpeodence, for the prospaoU of our children,
.Sot the good name of free government, and for
the dignity of the white race, let it take any
shape but that. ; - 1 ' ,'
In the very next paragraph, the VTorW tutus
; ; j rcdod add gives sktery fita Id the following
' i; ' tljle, a I- Gabrisou: ' ' ' ' J k
Now we will yield to none in hatred of sla
very as the instigator of this belnous rebellion.
Whatever its cfcaraotor before, its crime here
is inexpiable. There is not, and never will be,
rain enough in the sweet heavens to wash clear
ita parricidal hand. Cursed ba be who shall
Intercede for it. Let it die the death! But
thera need be no fear of ita escape. It is
doomed beyond recall. . It la to parish inch by
inch, and therein its retribution will be all the
mora terrible. - There hrteaaon why U should
not be struck down suddenly. It has ita bold
i . upon too many civil and aooial interests for
this to be done safely. To prostrate it- at once
is to lay in ruin mucb whiea cannot be spared.
' Not for its own sake would w stay the aveng
ing blaw for an lnstaut, but for tbe good of
the natiOD, for the order of society, for the
weUare of the poor sJava himself, we would
give it-a glower exit, i
The difference between tlia World and its
1 i moia radical cotemporaries is simply this that
' the latter are in favor of immediate, and, the
former of gradual emancipation. But, both
V . agree that universal emancipation is to be ac
complished through the Instrumentality of the
. Federal Government, and is to follow as a ne-
0 ' cessary result of the wsr. The rTorW, lika a
fond but petulant mother, first boxes the ears
V : i of its Abolition pete, and then gives tbem a aug
" ar-plum, as witness the following sentences
. near the close of 4he article alluded to:
w . There need be no apprehensioh that slavery
V,U not suffer sufficiently for iu agency in this
rebellion--Every discsrniog. man sees, every
thoughtful man knows, that it has drawn eon-
i . sequeocea upon itself that are as fatal to ita ex
v - iateace as would bare bee a tbe, annihilating
bolts of heaven.-'" ' ' . -
The War of the Lincolnites and the
Cameronians.
' As pleasant interlude in the tragedy now
. . enacting on the Union boards, we may notice
' the conflict now raging between the rival Houses
. of Liwcolw and Cimao. The point in dls-
J .pate is, 'whether the President or Congress
, ;- - should prescribe the policy or eonduot of the
' . war.. The Linoolnltes contend that wbeo Con
- ' ;j gress has unloosed the porse-etrlngs of die pa
r i tioa to a liberal extent, and provided on a large
' seals for raising land and naval forces, it has
4- done ita whole duty, and ehould immediately
adjourn, leaving ' the entire .management and
fi;," control 6f tbe war In the banda of th Ex ecu-
- tive and his military subordinates; i , .
, ,Tbe CamerontaoB, on the other hand, insist
" that all the President hu to do is to oarry oat
1 .j . the measnras which Congrser: may adopt, with
I ' all bis ability. His business is, they say, not to
' dictate, but simply to exeonta tbe iots of Con
grass. Tbey would have Congreee prescribe the
r jeneral policy 'of tbe war, and tba President fol
low It out. - !
Tha qnairal has waied quite hot within the
past week, and bids fair to become somewhat
( fierce and- protracted. Jt may originate two
t hostile fends, cansicg the expnlsion of Bihor
- frem tbe Cabinet, and lasting during the remain
-1 dei of AsbabaiT reign, or possibly it may end
, Vb" a'csirfnisr It is Simplv and solely a
strnggle for power between the rivsl Homes.
'J' . It will afford some diversion for those that can
be diverted in tbe midst of great national caUm:
itlse. ,-'.,-"-,1 ., U t
Sick Soldiers.
. Sixty soldlerst prinolpsHy of the OhlorsgV-
msnt;' arrived at Cincinnati yesterday.'; The
" ' nrevailinz diseases are' rheumatism, measles
aner-typbold fever.- . !..-.
The Fight at Fort Pickens.
7 The' recent BgU 'at Fort Pickens resulted
. ,. biiefly thus: Two rebel boats were sunk, and
others disabled; Warrington and the 'Nary.
- Yard were burned; the flagstaff on ' Forfa
7 ' McR&e and Barrancas were' shot away; the
' former fort was very badly injured, and the
. ' latter is in the power el Fort Pickens, ai sxb
; as reinforcements arrive In sufficient numbers
' to enable Colonel Brown to bold tie place when
""taken." ".
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I IT
Sheridan Knowles la infferlng ,from 'a
Illness at Belfast, Ireland. v 1 '
severe
Execution Johnson.
The CammnciuVi Washington apsolal givs)
the following account of tbe execution or jonn-
of v
WASHINGTON, Dec. 13.
Tnkran !) .niiU.hu daaertir. wu
to-day. .-The plea of insanity was made la his
behalf this morning. Gsn. franklin ordered
medical oommlmioo, composed or orig.u.
surgeocs lrs. namiiioD, iouBt.
Wexamiuethe prisoosr. They reported him
Sne. Wouieiisu acrww
lln to troceed with tha eiecuUon, wbi
place about S o'clock P.L Ten i
t;oopfk being tbr whole of Frankllo'e
rTUlVU IvUsi
t. Cant. Boid. Provost Marshal, de
tailed twelve ot the Lincoln cavalry, dismounted,
to ahoot the ir'.soner. An ambulanoe carried
Mffln. In an ooea waaon was the nriaoner,
with a prfest jriylng with him, and two prirsts
followed on horseback. " The mounted cavalry
hrnnffht nn the rear. The nroocsiiou paesea
between the regiments m aouoie noe, iuuuiuk
hollow sqnare, and stopped in the eentrs.( The
coffin taken out, tbe priest helped the prlaonet
ont snd bandaged his eyes. ' He kneeled on bis
eomn. ' The executioners sioou sia jjaoe iu
front. During prayer, all uncovered. t
I'ha frovoat Maran&r. wavlOE a wuiw uuu
kerchief, gave the signal to prepare. At another
sienal etsht fired. The vicum, wonndea In tbe
hrt.eland t i banato ms oosomaau ru
ed. The Provost Marshal, on examination,
finins kim nit. . o&iled four teatrve eiecu
tiir Tan ifcntA took effect in the bead, and
death followed immediately. Tbo entire brigade,
beaded br Gen. Franklin ana Stan-, maronea oj
the ootnt.1 which was afterwsrl encoffined.
Iohnnnhi dfinv meech was. "Bors, I ask par
don of Almighty God, and of all men, for what
1 did. May Almighty God pardon me, ana xeep
.it .r r...M ..!, .In h . - .
K. G. C's.
Some of our readers may think we mean
KnighU of the Government Contracts, but we
do not. Read tbe following from the uncyrns
. . At tbe late session of the Court of Common
pia. in thia uid Wvandot and Seneca eonnties,
all the knowing Republicans were hed before
the Grand-Jury, ana accnowieoKoa mnucj
r m nh nrvantcatloii. Men who knew
all about it before tbe election beret beard of
locba thing when they were sworn before the
Grand Jury." 1 - ' 1 '-' .
'Bat the worBt taken dowb' man we have
beard of waa onr neighbor of thn JewraaJ.
We 're . told tbat ne ' looxea coop-ianeu
nnn' , W BlltV him " SO Vt 00." HiS
examiaatioii wa something like1" the follow
.VdrflmB'.if the 3drv "Do einow any
thing of theorganlsatioA oalled Knights of the
Golden Circle in tnis county i - - '
. Jnnrnal mini'NO, air." 1 . '
; Foreman of -the Jury "Did yod not publish
in your paper editormls setting forth that you
knew Of each an organisation in this county?"
Journal maw Vss, sir." "
'Foreman ef -the Jury '"Did yon know of the
existence of each an ' organisation at . that
Journal man "No, Birr I was not Under oath
at tbat time. I neve am when I Write for tba
. Ana ao the thine 'ended." At some future
tlm n ahall nubliah a list of the names ol
persona examined before the Grand Jury on this
subjsot, and we think onr readers will recognise
among tbem many wno eoiemniy averrea nv
fore toe election that they had the moat posi
tive proof that some of tbeir patriot! neigh
bors were conspiring againat the Union, j ; .
'
Indiana.
- The State Senrt'nef speaking of the Democratic
State Convention, says: ... . ,
There will be a full representation in tbe 8th
of January Demooratlo State Convention. ' The
Central Committees of tbe different counties
have issued calls foi conventions to select dele
gates. In addition to the calla which we have
already published, we notioe the following:
The delegates thus far selected are among the
ablest and best men of the party, and we can
safely aay tbat the Convention will be tbe most
imposing in cnaracter ana importanoe ever as
sembled in the State. . . ' '
We are glad to see our Democratic friends in
Indiana rallying to support the grand old Demo
cratic organization.
Lake Fortifications.
John Bull is not idle around tbe lakes, for
while we are talking about the Importance of
lake fortifications, England is quietly but busi
ly engaged in erecting tbem in Canada. A
short time ago, Gen Williams and Staff paid a
visit to Collingwood for tbe purpose of examin
ing ita capabilities as a naval depot for Lakti
Huron, and tbe probability is one will soon be
established there. The principal Canadian
ports on Lakes Erie and Ontario are being put
in condition for defense. Men are at work on
tbe fortifications at Toronto, and tbe big guns
have begun to arrive. Ten 64-pounders reach
ed that place from. Quebec lately, and Ire to
be mounted on the embankmenta in course of
construction. Tbat is the way England does
wherever tbe drum-beat of the British Empire
is beard. Cfcer. Herald. ... ;
Col. Foulke and Negro Spies.
On the floor of the House of Representatives,
Cot. Foblxx, of Illinois, speaking of tbe pro
priety of Gen. Hauick's order to exclude
lares front bis lines, said: . , , . '
Mr. Fonlke (opp.) of 111 Having served
with the army, and being stationed at Cairo at
the. time thia order waa made, I will state tbat
we soldiers and office there looked upon the
order as most wise and salntary. The allusion
made by the member uom Pennsylvania as to
the loyalty and fidelity of the elavea la wholly
untrue. 4 mwu woe mitum sv laitt rrpreien-
tt lions By e slaee oa tin 7(a f Ntvmber lot t. J
ana my rtgimeut tcer$ led iaf? aa awieascade oy
ns of thttt runaway tUvti. Every word said
about these blacks is untrue aa to tbeir fidelity
and loyalty. I state facts as they exist, and the
whole army will stand by General Halleck to
tbe laet pen tbat order.. I repeat what has
ben said by th gentleman (Mr, Blair), that
the blacks did come to Uatro and into tbe camp
to sell produce, and on their return communi
cated tbe situation, .of onr army. Tbey did
this at Peducah. also, and at other canine. Thttt
facti I kn, nd every man in the army there
can tuMmlute xbhat I say. I sent one ol these
spies myself to General McClernand, who, I
know bad revealed the position of tbe camp
when we were surrounded by forty or fifty
thouatudof th enemy., . ... ,,
Ma. Lincoln's Sxntimxnts. TbsN. Y. Her
ald of Tuesday says that, on last Saturday eve
ning, Mr. Lincoln ottered tbe following words
to a mend who bad called npon bim: "eman
cipation wonld be equivalent to a, John Brown
rata on a gigantio scale. (Jus position is sur
rounded, with a sufficient number of dangers
aireaay. Aosuuon wonta throw against ns, ir
revocably, tbe fonr States of Missouri; Ken
tacky, Virginia, and Maryland, which it ia
costing the nation such efforts to reta n. We!
have our banda full as it Is, and if there Is to
be any snob suicidal legislation, we might as
well ent loose at onoe, and begin taking up tba ,
srterie to prevent our bleeding to death.". .
,
'.
, CTThe war is now costing tbe Government
about two million of dollars adaV. Whenthe
people make np tbeir minds to -.strike at the
root and son res of tbe war at slsvery this
enormons expenditure win soon eome to an
end. Then, tbe preservation of the national
integrity will also be assured. JV. Y. Tribune.
i Two millions ot dollars a day and do pros
pect of a general order of emancipation t Tbat
ia rather tough, in the estimation of Onr Aboli
tion eotemporary. '. He could stand tbe two
millions a day provided he could get the blacks
ia return. " But to loos th money and hav
aiavery remain in iitl quo, la too much for
tba Tribune'e nature. We think onr eotemporary
will have to- sweat awhile longer. Cin.
Enq. - '
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Montr PtiNTT. The eum of not far from
half a-million dollars, In national treasury
notes, was yesterday distributed In the city in
payment to con tractors with' the United Statea
Government The Paymaster's office, on Warn
Ington avenue, near Fourth street, was crowded
with hungry debtor daring tbe entire day. The
work of liquidation continues this morning,
and will probably reach a similar amount bs-folgbt.
Bt,lAi$ tmtrrt,llih.-
The of Mason and Slidell—
Report of Lieut. Fairfax.
U. S. STEAMER SAN JACINTO,
At Sea. Nov. 12.
Sib: At I ;20 P. M. on th 8th Inst . I repaired
aloncBlda of tbe Brltlah mail naoket In an arm
ed cutter, accompanied by Mr. Houston, Second
Assistant Engineer, ana Mr. urace,' th noat-
awaln. I went on board th Trent alone, leav
inn th two omoera in th boat, with orders, to
await until It beoam necessary to ho -aom
force. I waa shown nn by tbe first offloer to
tbe qnarterdeck, where I met tbe Captain and
Informed bim wbo I waa, aaking to see bis pas
senger list.: Uf deoimed letucg me it. J
then told him that I had Information : of Mr.
Mason, Mr.Slidell, Mr. Eostls and Mr. Mctafr
land baring taken their pannage at Havana In
the paoket to' St. Thomas, and would satisfy
myseit wnetner tney were on ooara ooiore ai
lowins hia steamer to proceed. Mr. Slidell, ev
idently bearing his nam mentioned, oame np
to me and asked if I wanted to see bim. Mr.
Mason soon Joined ns, and then Mr. Eusti and
Mr. Morerleaa, wnen made Known th objeot
of my visit. ' .la Captain of the Trent oppos
ed anything like a wsarob, of his vessel, nor
would he oonsent to snow paper or passenger
list. Tbe four gentlemen above mentioned pro
tested also against my arresting and senaina
tbem to the United Statea steamer close by.
There waa oonaiaeranie noise among the pas
senger just about tbat time, and that led Mr.
Houston and Mr. Gracs to repair on board with
some six or eight men, all armed. After save
ral unaucoesalul efforts to persuade ' Mr, Maeon
and Mr. Slidell to go with me peaceably, I
called to Mr. Houston and ordered bim to re
turn to tbe ship with tbe information that the
four gentlemen named m your order or tbe oth
Inet. were on board, and force must be applied
to take them ont of the packet.
About three minntes after, there wa still
greater excitement on the quarterdeck, which
brought Mr. Grace with bis armed party. I,
however, deemed the presence of any armed
men unnecessary, and only calculated to alarm
the ladies present, and directed Mr. Grace to
return to the lower deck, wher he bad been
since first oomlng on board. It must have been
less than half an bonr after I boarded the
Trent when the seoond armed outter, under
Lieut. Greer, came alongside (only two armed
boaia being used.) He brought In the third
cutter eieht marines and fonr macbinslts, in ad
dltion to a crew pf som twelve men. When
tbe marines and some armed man bad been
formed lust outside of the mainueck cabim
where these lour gentlemen had gone to pack up
their baggage, I renewed my efforts to induce
tbem to accompany me on ooara. sun relus
Ing to accompany me unlacs fores was applied,
I sailed la to my assistance fonr or five offi
cers, and, first taking hold Ol Mr. Mason's
ebonliterprttb another "officer on tbe opposite
sid, I vent- as 'far as tbe gangway of the
steamer and delivered mm over to bteut. ureer,
to be plaoed in tbe boat. I then rctnmud for
Mr. Slidell, who insisted that I must apply
considerable foroe to get him to ' go trith me;
calling In at least Ibre officers, he' also wss
taken in. charge and banded over to Mr
Greer. " J
Mr: McFarland and Mr. Euttfo, after protest
ing, went quietly into the boat - Tbey bad been
permitted to oolleot their baggage, but were
sent ia advanoe of It, under charge of Lieut.
Greer !u v - --,..- -"' j t ,
I gave my personal attention to Xhe luggage,
saw it put in a boat, and sent In charge of an
officer to tbe San Jacinto. '
When Mr. Slidsll was taken prisoner", a great
deal of noise was made by some of the paesen
gerswhich caused Lieut. Greer to send the
marines into the cabin. They were Immedi
ately ordered to return to tbeir former position
outside. . I carried ont my purpose without
using any foroe beyond what appears in tbia re
port. -i . - ' . - ' . v
The mall agent, who Is a retired commander
in the British navy, seemed to have a great
deal to aay as to th propriety of my course;
bnt I purposely avoided all offiolal Intercourse
with him. When I finally was leaving' th
steamer he made some apology for bis rude
conduct, and expressed, personally, hie appro
val of the manner in which I' carried ont my
orders. We parted company from the Trent
at3:20r.M. ... "- . -
. ' Very respeoifully, yonr obd't serv't,
D. M. FAIRFAX,
Lieut and Executive Officer.
Capt. CHARLES WILKES, U. S. N.
Commanding San Jacinto.
Statement of a "Contraband"—The
Confederate Army in Virginia.
A colored boy, the servant of Captain Miller,
of tbe Washington Artillery of New Orleans,
now In the Confederate army in Virginia, hav
ing made bis esoape to the Federal lines, has
made bis "statement." We give a portion of
it lor what it is worth. He claims to hare
beeu the battles of Bull Run and Ball's Bluff,
and alleges tbat he loft Centreville on Satur
day last:
lie says that on rnday there was a grand re
view at Centreville of seventy-five or eighty
thousand troops. He heard tbe list read by
Major J. B. Waltjn, of the Washington Artil
lery. . There were at the review aleo one hun
dred pieeea of artillery all light, except two
34-pound howitzers.. Gen.' Beauregard com
manded, and rresiaent vavis reviewed tbe
troops. 1 Gens. Johnston, Loogstreet and Stew
art were also there.
On the 28th of November Gen. Beauregard
gave orders to prepare' for winter quarters, and
on the 39th they commenced cutting logs for
houses. President Davie oame two or three
days after and countermanded the orders, be
cause, he said, tbe Union forces wonld soon be
there, and they might have to destroy tbem.'
They nave at Centreville a fort or earthwork
for every letter in tbe alphabet, and designated
by the letters, also a strong fort called Beaure
tard and one oalled Davis, besides another not
yet finished, and nnnamed. The forts ara so pre
pared tnat u seta aruuery can oewneciea into
toe emDraeures, toe caissons oeiog aisposed to
the rear. There is a drill of th artillery every
day ia placing tbe guns and oaiajonsln position.
ibers are lonr gnns in eacn iort.- in con
Beauregard there are thre rifled gnns pointing
downtb Fairfax road.-' ' u ::
Thar ara two regiments of colored men at
Centreville, nnder the command of Jordan, an
old colored veteran of 1819, having been a
drummer boy Under Gen. Jackson. One of
tbes numbers eleven hundred, ' and tbe other
fourteen hundred. Two otberoolored regiments
were sent to Mlssomt since tbe last battle there.
These regiments are com posed of both free and
slave. 1 They ar not allowed to do picket duty,
but ar drilled and enoamped separate from the
white men."' Their offiom are all colored.
This boy says there is much dissatisfaction
among the prirat eoldiers of tbe army; that'
great numbers are sick; tbat tbey have no salt
nor salt meat, bnt live almost entirely on fresh
beef and bard bread. The officers alone have
salt, bnt neither tea nor coffee, - That tbe com
mon talk among the officers Is that If tbey are
beaten at Ueulrevine tney will fan neck to ftla
nassaa, where tbeir flanks are well protected.
Baltimore Sun, Dec. 12th.
Baltimore Sun, Dec. 12th. Governor Tod and the Republican
Press.
Th Republican paper ar opening their bat
teries oa Gov. Tod. with. a, vengeance. Tbe
Ravenna Demcrtt, a. violent Republican pa
per, speaking of the action of th Governor in
suppressing tbe Cleveland Herald, says:
; Where, then, is the famed independence ef
the press', if for the txpression of opinion not
In accordance with tbe views of Railroad Pres
idents, the circulation of newspapers may. be
arbitrarily suppressed on tbe lines rf railroads?
This does not concern the Herald , alone, but it
Is a .matter of interest and moment to every
newspaper in the country. r How far may we
express our opinions upon topics or. general con
cern, or ln general, Vindication of tbe rights
and ItbertUa of the people, without Jbeing held
amenable m the. censorship of a supercilious
Railroad Pies'dentT
This act, being not only that of a Railroad
President, bnt also tbat of a gentleman recently
elected for the Governorship of the Slate, is in
vested with still greater importance. Gov. Tod
has been a violent purl! Ban, and his elevation,
probably, bss not made bim lets so. , Are we lo
take this sample of his petty tyranny aa an Indi
cation of th proscription that i to bo Visited
by bis Stat Administration npon tbe Republi
can prats and Republican citlzecs of th Stat t
If so, tba Republicsns of the Stat will not hare
much reason to congratulate themselves in being
mainly instrumental in tbe election of Mr. David
Tod to the execntiv chair. V .. n " '
Is Gov. Tod thus using his accidental position
to gratify hi political bate against a. political
opponent, and againat a newspaper that baa
opposed him (a th past 1 .If this' i don In
.
thearedn tre. what nnr we . not expect in th
dry t ! 1 ' ' )
iU View Of th 101 toatiBTiu uu im turn
Governor elect of the State, eleoteJ mainly
by Republican vote, we feel humiliated at the
Dectacl he presents of himself in this affair)
.... lonWv. liiatln
ana nave nut iib uuj, v..nu-j t
and good aensa win cnarncicrizD mo nvuuum
tratlon.,, .. . . . ..... i '., ' ,i.
n was a bitter, xidcoioco pwusau . i
Charleston Conventlon-he will doubtless be
the same in the exeoutlve chair, and judging
from th vlndlotlv spirit h manifest toward
that able and faithful Republican Journal,- the
. . 1 S f tUI. ahl.U 111 kn
Cleveland tierma, we iear wis Bim v
equaled only by his inordinate vanity and ego-
'Th: press, and especially th Republican
press, owes it to itself to duly rebuk and resent
this flagrant attempt to infringe upon its rights
and its independence. , . r , j . ; .
ASAKCsrio Win Husband, who has ar
rived bom at a lata hour of the night: "Don't
look so crcs, love I have been detained on a
committee." Wife-"I don't like those oom;
mltteee; they are nnfcances. I snspeot that
husband interrupting her "just hear that In
fernal caterwauling L' Wife (sarcastlcally)
"Ob, that's our tom oat! He's out on a com
mittee, I guess." Husband remains silent lot
the rest of the night., " - vt"
s
Aocidint to Giohok Wilkh On Friday
morning, Mr. George Wilkes, proprietor and
editor of rViMss Spirit, met with an accident
which came very near provlDg Instantly fatal.
He was examining a loaded "Derringer," and
was in the act of laying It npon bis desk, when
diaohiFoeii tLanlf: and the contents
IU, WW.IWM M .. - . D , . -
entered the fleshy part of tbe leg, producing a
bad wound, roe oau grazeu vuo iciuu ar
tery, and passed completely through hi leg
ir. lutnmviui in hia rMldonce. where be re
ceived immediate surgical attendance. N. Y.
i i aasawmi i l . '
' 0".Tlie beautiful, words of tba celebrated
song, "Home, Sweot Home," wre written on
a Sunday, in an upper room of the .Palais Roy
al, at Paris, by John Howard Paine, an Amerl
can. ' ' ' ' '
:' JT It seems that General Fremont left St.
Louis In violation of orders.'" H was directed
to remain ia that oity to await tbe further di
... - - , -.. . -i. .1.1 .it -:. . . .,
rection of the President.. . ., . . a ,.-u.n ... . J
v. V ' " j -I; -
[Correspondence of the New York
[BY MAIL.]
[Report of Congress—Wednesday.]
"Negro,,, "NeRro," ;.
"NMrro" . --"NeBro.'-' "Neero.",
a .-- -
WHITE MAN.
MARRIED.
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: On Bandar Menlng, Dee. 8th, by Her. J. W. VaoaoJa,
st tbe Valley Bonis, Ohilllcothe, Ohio, First Lieutenant
W. B. H. Taylok, 18th Begloent TJnlttd States Infant
ry, to Miss lUsr Kino, of that city. .
. (Cincinnati snd Philadelphia papers plea as copy.)
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS,
STENTS DODBL,EBRFASTC M
BINOUnder-aUtr...,. VbiIT. BOH.
nEPtrs' KIBB'IB mekiivo umjjeh.
1ABMKNT8.
BAIN SON.
P t!TS SILK. UNDEK-fcHIUTS ANJU
DRAWERS.
' BAIN t BON.
M
IS9E8S liADIl.S' ASD BOYS' iUE-
Kl-NU Draweia. i . i v ..., . -
BAIN k. BON
GENTS KIO EINED GI.OVES.
' BAIN At SON.
'p HI CUT & BEAVEH CEUAK1HGS,
jl new siyies. ; '
i .. UAin m nun.
QUAKER FEiANAEI. SI1IB',SIAND
KJ drawers.
. BAIN Ac BOX.
ftAN'rON riiAKNELDHAWEKS FOB
J Oenti.
' -- BAIN tc BON
ABIES', IHIYS' AND MISSES' HIE It
J INO Under-sblrts.
BAIN St BON
G
E1TS FAJiCV PliAHNEL K HI UTS
BAIN SON.
CHIBTINU IT.AI1IVEI.S, peain &.
KJ Fancy. ..
. jsaxN at nun
riEIVTSt AND BOYS' SUPEKIOH
BiilKTS and Collars.
BAIN & BON.
THE BALIMOKAE HOOP SKIKT-A
NoTSlly.
BAin at cuh.
THE IldinoVABEE CEASP . HOOP
BKIBT.
' ', BAIN Sl BON.
NEW DELAINES
YALTJ1 90 cents. ..
rtt X2H VENTS,
" BAIN. SON.
ELEGANT CLOIU CLOAKS, AT BE.
DUOBB Prioes. ., r.. -.
... . . . '. , .-I , BAIN BON.
M
INK COLLARS, iHTJFFS & CUFFS,
Iva JaMaioeje . . .
; ,-iiw - BilS Sc. BON.
B
CD, CRIB CBADLE BLANKET
aussei, ,
, .. ,,- t BAIN at BON.
A DIES' WHITE CASIUIKBIi SHIrtS
i . ... BAIN s BON
Master CommiBsioner's Sale.
George C. Oibern
' ;' vs.
Bamnel L. Llneo.
Superior Court.'
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
to no directed, from the Superior Court of Frank
lin County, Ohio, I mil oiler for sale, at the dooraf
the Court Boose, in toe city or Columbus, on
Saturday, the 18th day of January, A. D. 1862,
at one o'clock, t. II., the following deaeribed real estate,
iltnate la (be county of Franklin, and State jof Ohio,
to wit: -
A sorbin piece of land In section two (3), township
twa(S).tann seventeen (17). United Stau MUiUrv
land; eoaunenclng In the center of Plank road ilxty feet
(HO) fouth of tneN. a. urner or a lot deeded rromu. h.
Westerralt te Peter Bammon; thence B. with said road
twelve rods (12) and some links to Oeorire itoner's line;
thence B. thlrtv-ena rods (31) and thirteen and a half
feet (13)0, thence N. parallel with said road sixteen rods
(10); thenoo west to the place or eegloaing; K Doing we
oame three aons (3) dteded from 0. h. Wetterrelt to 8.
L. Linso. ezoeot a fracilon M feet wide on the N. W.
corner, and known as lot No. one of the subdivision f
the above deeoilbed three aere piece.
Appraised at Lota Nos. S, 4, and 5, 50 OS each.
. ," . . Not No, 3 and bouse, (175.00.
. ;!.'.. The oneacre lot, v 15.00. .
1 0. W. HDPIMAN, Sheriff,
snd Master Commiuioner. .'
WiuoB k. BlNOBAIt. Att'fi.
Printer's fees (5 00. j . .. ..
, salta - : ' '"c-'-ts f ;t m i
Master Commissioner's Sate."1"
Rickleyac Brother
vs.
i Philip Michael t at
SBuparii
or Qotirt. -
T) VIRTUE OF AN OBDEH OE SALk.
Jj to directed, from the - gnperior Court of
VranUlneantr. OhisvXJtlU. offer for sate at the door
of the Court House. In the city ot Columbus, on
Saturday1, the 18th day' of January, A. D. 1867,
stone o'clock P. H.,4be fallowtair doeoribed real estate,
situate In Truro to,rnahlp, Pranklln oonnty Ohio, to
, Lot No. 9,conlLnioK ten acreSj, more ogr lets, of the
subdiTUIon of the lands of Calvin I. Soils, deceased, at
platted on the lit day -ot Hay, 1864 .and recorded In the
necoraer s omce oi rrs?Kiin county, vuiu,.w -, g
cards, Book me P),Pge IIS, and belnt; the same lot
sold and conveyed to said P. Uicbael by Oenrail Born
and wife, by deed dated Oct. 5UulM,-. ;
Appraised at til-SC-100 per sere. .
' OEOKas vr. hup pmaw, tutBi
and Blaster Commissioner,
Prlater'e fees 3 71 -.
dsolJ-wtd - T , .- ., T 1 ''''. ,
Wantod.
AN EXPEHIE1SCED
BAtBBMAN." i:
OEIt fflAN
BAIN St EON
.MM
XV OIAA& CLOlBSi AlstV ether awkes ef Spring
0 loak Cloths, ia all desisaMa austares uindlnn, xat
sele ana Buttons t Batch. " ' ' BAIN tt BON, K
apru Re. St Bontlt High itr
'.V. -.-
EDERLY- v : i
RICHARDS'S
WE.WirS.TOR'E,,
I 200 ,iac3L 2SQ
,;:iitrt;': tttt ytnwt 1 "
eVUP - WW 7f(.4.ty
. ..rj
. r v ..Are now opening a large lot of . ,
""' ' '' ' ;. i
LadiesV Misses' and Children's -,
f7, F U R;S,
. . . i .
Ladies' Cloth Cloaks,
BALMORAL SKIRTS,
,t i..-.aa',.- a" ' ' ' ,
Shephard's Plaid Shawls,
"Ladies' Meniioye8ts & Drawers,
7 0'-:' !'
Boys' j Merino Shirts & Drawers,
',: f t T jr.;'M ;
Embroidered Repps,
ladles' ZBTxitoieao,
'OPERA. H00P3
i ! : V . . .. i .,
; Opera flannels,
r, WOOLEN BLANKETS,
0 L OAK CLOTHS,
f.. t - 'if T,'r'.'V., '. .-'
misses' superior long shawls.
This firm, having adopted the Cash system in the pur
base and sals ot Goods, are enabled to sell from 15 to 20
per cent, less than other bouses.nnder the credit system
HEADLEY, EBERLY & BICHABDS,
-' 250 AND.252 SOUTH HIGH STREET,
. " COLUMBUS, O.
THE
FHimilKM
,v.V j '
AND
ZlM BOOK MANUFACTO&Y
SPLENDIDLY EQUIPPED WITH !
IMPKOVE D MA CHINEE Y
: .- . AND;
" STEAM POWER. '
N. W. LEFAVOR, Supt:
' NOB. 32 34, 30, 39 NOBTB HIQH BTBBEI,
Siatcamau Duildins;, Necend Floor,
over H. rVeTlsia'a State Steam
' Printing- Keoms. '
EXTRA BUBSTANIIAL , 1
PAGED BLANK BOOKS,
With or without Printed Headings, oa Superior Paper.
: RULED. AND BOUND
" To any required Pattern, - . j
STATE DEPARTMENTS,'
' ; RAILROAD OFflOEBw ,'
i BANKING HOUSES. '
.. ( OOUNTI OFIICIS, '
. ME BO II ANTS,
' Furnished at the Lowest Prices.
BOOK BINDING;
' By the Edition or Single Volume
MA9AZINES, - - - '
MONTHLY PUBLICATIONS. .
" v, j,- .. PAMPHLBIB, .
''i PAPERS, . ,
. , i Bound ia any Required Style. .
BmOtiVG AND RE-BtCIOtlMC
' Tor Publie snd Private Libraries.
' Orders from ahroal will receive prompt and special
attention. Address,
J.H.RILEY," ' or, N. W. LEFAVOR,
Bookseller and Stationer, Superintendent
75 South High Street. "' franklin Bindery. .
novl-A3a '; ' i ;" ' . - ' ' '
. . Shooting Gallery.
THE underlined begs leave to Inform his frisnd
thathehas fitted up a- ' "
sHooirao oaiiesy ;
' AT THI
- VERANDAH, ON STATE STREET.
Good Onns, Air Gnns, Pistols and Sefreshments.
,., Give maaeall. 1 i ' . .
. noTlSdtt OONRAB RI0HARD8.
GOOD SAMARITAN.
E. B.; ARMSTRONG,
" "No'n-East Town1' Street,
WnOtESAtE aV RETAIL DEALER IN '
. ET . His Stock" ef ths"aob B tlARITAIf es
aorW-43o
HUADLEY,
I1Y
' U . -i A a.... ,i,"
AITHXJAL PROSPECTUS
x 1'3 Vv . v roB nw ..... v
iilr'ili
vr K07 IS THE TILDE LT0 SUBSCRIBE !
PtTBTjISKED
7 cxirx: ;ojp ooilsThwedtj, onio.
The DAILT, at . - -n . ; , - ' -;o i ' Six Dollars per Annum;
The TRI-WEEKLY, at ' "';", ''- . ; . , Three Dollars per Annum
The WEEKLY, at the .low rate of , . ' One "Dollar per Annum.
.. . ... -. .) ' '
. .. i . t
t X "Subscriptions to tlis Daut and Ti-Wimit Statmman will bs reeeivsd
Foil THREE I OR SIX MONTHS
'..'.", At the abore rates: and the Daily will ba furnished
TO CARRIERS ., IN ANY PART OF THE 9TATE,
At tie usual rates. A an established and reliable organ of the Demooratio party,
THE STATESHAN IS WELL KNOWN.
In the futtire, as laths past, It wiU uphold and defend the
PRINCIPLES
VThioh has been so fruitful of good to the PEOPLE OP THE UNITED STATES; and wil
faithfully urge the re-establishment and supremacy of the .
DEMOCRATIC CREED AND . POLICY JN.ALL .THE STATES.
i i i - S -asfjeential to the eomplete and pwfoot iMtnwtion of (fee ( y
JP US JD 33 RjLiTJNXC N.,
' - On the basis on which th Union wa originally formed.
..... j i. i.
" The Starsuan will support the Administration of th General Government in all legal and
'constitutional efforts to put down rebellion ; and aternly resist th; efiort made in aorae quarters
to convert th present unhappy war into an Abolition erosade. . . . .... w .i y
It will aonstantly urge economy m the public expenditures, and the most rigid Accountability
of all public officers.. .-...- ' - . ; , ,7 7.. .
As a medium of general news, the StathhaitwiII endeavor lo make itself acceptable to its
numerous readers, and at all times supply them with . : , , , , fy , ,, T . ? .
piie Xsatosst" A3X1 moat Holloa. tlo Hoportsi
.,: -Ot the home and foreign markets. .In it columns . lt
THE BUSINESS MAN, THE FARMER, MECHANIC AND LABORER
Will find their interests consulted and attended to, and no effort will bs spared to make it a first
Dnrtag'&e'approaching session of Congress wo will have a talented and accomplishsd corres
pondent at Washington, through whom our readenwill bs furniBhed with much valuable and
reliable information.. ; '..V li, ' U i 'jVt'V.
The doings of our own State Legislature will be fully reported, and the local news of the
State and our own immediate Tioinity.wM have a due sharaof attention. - - : -
We urce upon our frienda in all parts of Ohio, and the North- Western States, to aid in extend
ing the circulation of the Statksmah, since by ao doing, they will assist in tbe promulgation of
sound poUtical doctrine and wUable general inteM
THE
EM
OHIO
To any person raising a Olub of Ten Subscribers to the Wikkit Ohio Statiskan, and
aending ns the money ten dollars for the same, we wiJJ send one copy gratis.
AJ1 orders will be promptly attended to. ' " S
Address, . T, MANYPENHT eV MILLER,
Publishers of th Ohio Statesman,
November 1,1861. t ' , Colpmbds, Omo.
SUBSORIBEES' NAMES."'- , J ,' . ; . y ; POST OFFICES."
MllaOJallfllll
I'l ''j v .
STATESMAN
CLUBS
INTERESTiriC
TO EVERY READER.
18 any person desirous of owning one ot the lste style
of UAViaWEa COaTS, wIib eape attached,
don't break yonr beads to learn where to and them, bat
g 10 019 CAPITAL CITY ARCADE,
Opposite the State House.
You will And tbem Uieie In all oolors, kept by
. - MARCUS CHILDS.
DID you never wear soy ot the BUS MIXED OAS
6IMKRB 8TJIT8, which are sold at the Capital Olty
Arcade? Rush In sad you will find them In piles, at
, ' MARCUS CHILDS'S. -
YOU may also be In want of PANTS and TlSTS. and
there Is but one establishment In tbe West where
Pants and Vests are to be had In all stripes, shapes,
styles, quanUtles and qualities, and that pixels the
CAPITAL CITY ARCADE.
DON'T tercet the extensive assortment of JURNI SH
INS GOODS, particularly la WOOLEN SHI Hie,
which you can find In "Bed, white and blue," at the
CAPITAL CITY ARCADE, .
- - co ' Superintended by Mareus Obilds.
If yon wish to wear garments MADE TO OR
DE tt, you can do no better than to go to the tier
chant Tailoring KatablUhmeat, next ao the Arcade, and
setoot your goods from a stock comprising all oolors of
Beaver Cloths. Oaaslmeres. Bilk Velvet and Flush Vest
logs, and you will surely meat with a good fit by yurcnaa
' '-'Marcus chilpb's.- '
MILITABt GENTLEMEN, when they come to this
city, as stnwgero, aad wUh to get a UNIfOBM, It
Is to tbeir best advantage to call at . -
MARCUS CHILDS'S,
Where a large assortment of BLUE CLOTH and other
articles belonging to the oqqlpige of an jofficer can be
had at very moderate prices. i .
In short call at - ; f ;
Marcus Childs's,'
" Proprietor of that extensive business locality,
NO. 21, 23 BUI4 8ft HIGH STREET,
-' ' r , t Opposite the State Hout.--r ls I "
oct27-d8m . i
- y "
J. M. cfk, V. ICCERNER.
" '.. ' .: -. a, j
: No. eo, j
Corner of Broad & Front Streets, "
OOLUMBUi''"
" VIALIRS IN ' -jtit)i
GROCERIES,! PRODUCE AND
PROVISIONS, c t j
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRtJITa,
FIOTJE, SALT, IlftUOES, ETC.
OVSTIBR BY TH 0AM IM TBEIB SIASON. -
oct25rdly' ' " .;" .V.r-i"i; 1 '
Oysters! Oysters!,!
XjAfi JVST KFCriVED, ANI WIIX
XX ba in dally receipt, by Vxprese, ef ' .
;, KUESH, OAS & XEQ OT8IEE3,
tram Baltimore and Fair Haven. - -"i ' J5'
Call ai Wagner's Oyster and fruit Depot, No. SI Kait
State street.. ... - v.. .. ' w : j
aug24lf . i.-m ';.
1 , -. .... i,' '
NBWOoiali YARD
rpiIE VlI)siBSl6B(ED KEEPS icn
Xv BTANTLI en band and for sale, the best quality of
HOCKING GRATE COAL, r
which be wli sell at the lowest market prion?, t "I
Call en,exmlne my Coal before pnrabaelag elss
Where.. .. 1 -u ; i . a (
ofltoS at toe Iters of Bradford) Buydam'at Ci., head
ef Oaoal.- . '
sep-B
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
R O O Iil .
THE SCBNVHIBER HAVING TAKEN
a lease on the Stor loom
No. 11 East Btate St.,
has opened It as an .
Auction & Commission Boom.
Be Is new prepared to receive on 0 ommlsslon every
description of property, such as Dry Goods, Groceries,
Liquors, furniture. Carriages, Horses, etc. He also
Intends to devote bis attention to sales of Heal Estate
and Personal Property, at any point, within twenty miles
of the city.
" Auction Sales Every Evening.
Oonshrnments respeotfully solicited.
- . .. W. B. KIST, Auctioneer.
octw, : .,
PRINTED OTTOIrlaJT KEFS,
Plain Ottoman Cloths:
Vagentaand Black Check Talenclas;
Brocne Honbaix Dress Goods:
Balmoraldkirtsf
Alexanders' Kid Gloves;
' ; . . Gore Trail Hoop tklrts.
" '. Corsets. Hstr Neu,
. .. Platd Merinos. -.
. BAIN k. SOM,
. ' No. fS South High Street.
SOUS
SPECIAL NOTICES.
TO MARRIED MEN,
Or Tttoaa CtniempiaUDC IQarrlaire.
TBI undersigned will give Information on a verya
terttUng and important subject, which will bs valu
ed mors than a thousand times Its sort by every married
couple of any age or condition In life. The Information
will bs sent by mall to any address oa the receipt of SJ
cents (silver) and one red stamp.
, All letters should be addressed to -
.. B. B. MOREIS, U. D.
bct31-lj3tawdta Boston, Haas.
-FEVERS, FEVEK AND ;AGCE. -Billions
Affections, Colds, Rheumatisms, Oostlveness, Oou
sumptions, Affections of the Spleen, if the Liver, of
the Heart, Tumors, and all diseases which destroy life
have always exhibited, upon disstottea f-the body, a
number of bard or concrete points, elihej In some ot the
organs named ar ia the blood tassels, sometimes even
ramifying Isi the fleeb, and again deposited upon the side
of a bone. Now these little hard substances would
lrma iobk If Brandre tVe Pills wers used; they would
bs purged out of the system, and. yeaoj ot happy Ufa
would bs the sufferers' lot Instead of an early grave.
Always purgs but iwvxa suae in slokueas.
T. I. Carpenter, .Isq., of Governeur, St. tawrence
county, Mew fork, 64 years of age,- says ha has used
Brandnth's Pills for 34 years, administered them first to
his coachman, who had fever and aguegavs eight tie
day after the chtll; chills and fever lees severe; gave
eight stole tbe next day, and so every other day until
the chill and fever did not return, which was about elgh
days from the first attack1.1, Be then gave four every
other day for another week, when the man was entirely
restored to hie usual good health. J "
Be was himself attacked; took them In the urns way,
and was cured In less time. Han used no, other medi
cine for 34 yeai's; found them always reliable for himself
and family when sick: Das rircomme'naed them to thou
studs with the best results, and feels confident Uiat eve
ry family would hare a larger average of health If these
Pills were used'ln the pi see of calomel and other hurtful
remedies. ' ' ' ' ' '- -
. Sold by Jons R, Cook, Druggist, Oolumbus, and by
all respectable dealers In medicines.
nov23-dlm . . , : '
MANHOOD.
HOW LOST, BOW BZSXOBXO.
7a
J tut Published In a Sealed Bnvelope ; Price 6 cts . I
A LI0TUB.I ON THI NAfUKl, TREATMENT AND
RADICAL OTJBH 01 BPHBMATOBBUSA Or Seminal
Weakness, Involuntary amissions. Sexual Debility, and
Impediments te AUrriage Kn.ralUy, H.rvoeineat, Cos
sumption, Epilepsy and fits, Mental and Physical In
capacity, ,n I ting from Self-abuM, Ac. By Robert t,
Culverwell, AT. D., author of the Green Book, Aw.
A Boon Isi Thoueanda of Snf fersra
8nt knder seal,' In k yialn envelope, ta any address
Jost paid, oa receipt of two stamps, by Dr. GHAS
. (1. BoSfll, 187 Boweqr, Hsw Tort, Post Office Ho
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