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TUESDAY MOtMNQ, PEC. 17, 1861.
The Foreign News.
. ni.v i ,m umt' cslnolt from
V puuuan r r
Ena-Usb. Journals, Their ton. 1 bo. vetjpa,
.. jt.n.tnhu reotlred and In-
Oino. from "" .
. . .. , t, ...a thr there ll MBit
ssrtea m wis ppw, :k
reasoo to apprehend a ruptura with both Eo
l.nd and Fraooa.,i.' It li quite Mkelf Iba. both, if
either, wMbrert poind against ih Udt
States. -.Tbs aooooaeeraeoi that Instructions
had been sent to LcrJ Lrow to deaend the
.orrender of rebel. Commissions, end, if
rsfosed.tak. bit departure fro. Washington.
11 pr.maturs. Still, lurtne ....
ma, confirm th. report that the., of lindUr In
struoUoo. bar. bn gl; W. ee. hardl, r
pact this war to go on much longer without In
volving us In collisions 1 P04- ; ,'
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The Foreign News. A National Bank and a National
Those who remember th. hard money doe-
.nnnnl&tad In th. mtssaree of Bscreiarj
.Cham walls Goveraor of Ohio,w.ro doubtless
somewhat surprised at th. roojmmendatloM Jo
hi. lat. Treaeurv Report, that tb. Federal Got.
rnment should abolish th. 8tat. bank., and
provide th. peopl., not with a retallo, but with
a paper ourreoov. -
n hi. maaeecee to th. Legislature of Ohio,
Governor Chas expressed th. tam. doubU
that b. doei In bis report about ineeonsumuua
ellty of bank note Uined uodsr State antborl
tv, and hie belief that Congress nndee tho pow
er "to regulate commerce," "ooln money," .to,
nn....Md amnla authority to prerent th. oirou-
br ' 8tate banks or bj
k.v. .h.rtered bf th. several State.
of paper or of any substitute, lor coin.
H. did not, however, .nggeit, as now, tbal
r, u ,n.iitntinnllr orovlde for
a paper euireney for tb. peopl. In lien of that
foralahed by th. Bute bank.. On th. contrary,
he aiwogly Intimated thai it. power In this re-
speot wa. limited to th. oolninf or money auu
Using th. rdu. thereof, a. it could mako noth
ing but gold and .Urer a legal tender. Tb.
.,1., .in find Oovernor Ciutl't via, on th.
abject or th. currency net forth at length In
hit menage to the Obi. iMgisjatur., aatea jan
nary i, 1858. . .-
Th. present 8tcretory Chaii appear, to dif
fer in one lmnortanl point from th. lat. Got-
r.. Tha fnrmer alleCM that "It It
tnn rlpr in he reaaonablr diiDUted tbat Con
grata pcasasiea ample authority to control," not
Imoli the caab. but "the ombit cmoctAtiow"
of the ooonlry, and. In hli Judgment." time
haa arrived when Congrwe anouia exeroiie wu
authority ." ....... , . .
Tb. Secretary preteate two plana for th. ex
cel m of this .uthorfty. - Th. flret eoaUmplatea
the practical extinction ol all th. BUU Bank
(now aome 1600 In nnmber) a. bank, of iaeue,
and the eubitituUon for their note, of "United
State note., parable In coin on demand."
Tb. Stat. bank, are to be oxtiogniebed by "a
moderate . tax eraiaafljr Mjmnted on bank
notee," which in another part of th. r.portar.
enumerated ee proper .ubjectt of Internal taxa
tion or exelse, and inolnded in th. .am. clan
at "tobacco" and "diitilled liquore."
The Secretarr. how.Ter, aeea Mriou. objec-
tioni to a national currency, thtu dlreotly iaaued
on th. credit of the United BUM, at U would
.enoonctcr tie riak of" depreciated, depre
ciating, and Bnally worthies, paper currency,
and the innumerable eril. of dishonored publlo
faith and national bankruptcy."
Tbei. conalderations lead th. Secretary to
reject tb. firat and recommend tb. second plan,
which is "th. preparation and delivery ts insti.
tutions and am'cietions of note, prepared for
circulation under national direction and to be
secured, as to prompt convertibility into coin,
by th. pledge of United State, bonds and other
needful regulations." This scheme will, in th.
opinion of th. Becretery, seour. "tb. aifeat our
reocy th. world has ever eojoyed," and hare
this particular advantage, that it will eaua. "a
large demand for gmrimmU securities, and In
creased faculties for obtaining the loan, re
quired by tbo war." ' . - . "
It wUl b. seen It one. that .both ' plans . have
this in common, that they create a paper circu
lation baaed npontb. cmcsrr of the Government
or In other words, both propose th. creation of
a United Btatee bank of Ueue. . According to
tb. Ant plan, the notes would be. Issued direct
ly by tbe Government; according to th. second,
tbey would bo iotned aador .it. direction and
eontrol, by institutions and assoolotlocs acting
as Its agents, which In reality amount, to 'the
sam. thing. If tb. credit of tho Government
should sink, and Its bonds become depredated,
the notes circulating under Its authority would
ink below par, and might become worthless,
under th. operation of th. second pla U
as under that of tb. first. . , :' '.
We have no preference to express at present
(or either plan. Tb. second, which appear, to
b. Secretary Coats', pet scheme, propose, to
establish a Bank of tb. United .States aimiler
la its main features to tb. Bank of England.
He, however, says nothing In hi. report about a
apeci. reserve. ;By an acof Parliament pasted
ia 1844, the amount of note, to be issued by th.
Bank of England On government securities is
limited to 14,000,000 or 70,000,000, and all
further issues are to b. founded on deposits of
coin or bullion. Fsrhap. Secretary Cian antic
ipates what seem, highly probable that tb.
National Pebt will aoon swell 'to m large an
amount that government securities will Zona a
bails, at least broad .cough, If not taf. enough,
for tb. wbol. paper olrculatioa of tb. country.
The recommendatloo of Secretary Class, if
followed out, will b. a .close, imitation of ng
. laod is tb. creation of a National Bank and th.
funding of a National Debt at tb. sam. Urn.
Bis proposition is to create a United State. Bank,
to be, liko tb. Bank of England, subordinate
and auxiliary to th. National Pebt. This debt
Is to b. landed In tb. .bap. of bonds and other
eeurltle. oa which "promisee to pay" are to be
Issued by th. authority of tbo Government,
wbloh will bo merely and aimply certificate of
Its indebtedness. These certificates will b.
held, In greater or less amount, by nearly .very
Individual ia tb. country, and will not all bo
taken no and redeemed for geoeratom to come,
asrhsts never- Thus, tb. foundation will be
aull and aecurelv tated for a Mraaaeat Na
tional Dsbt, and permanent National Bank,
t ontrolllog both tbo currency and the business
of tbaxoontry -
. IT The United Btatee District Court irt' ft.
Southern Pistrlot of Ohio, Judge Leavitt presi
ding, oommraoes its December term at Cincin
Debt. Our Next United States Senator—The
'. Calunal FoaiixT. of the Philadelphia Fru, it
appetw, has ttrymtdiitlf taken It upon himself
ta advise th. neonle of Ohio who. they ehould
elect for their United 8tates Senator to mi toe
plao. of Bin. Wadb. And who, reader, do yon
suppose h. reoommende as th. man? No other
. t . sUtjk
than tb. same Wadi, whom tnepeopio u
khova all thlnes desire to got rid of. And wnj
i. h. .tAn rn Wadi's election? Tb. Prtn
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Who shall represent Ohio in the Benatcof
the United States II. must b. a good friend of
tb. Government ho must not be a partisan.
His record on tho c-ueetlod ef tho Union must
be without taint and beyond all suspicion. - w .
want no doubtful men for h. who hesitate, is
against us.-' We must have a Senate and a
House capable oi appreciating and meeting
... lun, u it riM. and In selecting Sena
tors and Members,' tbe peopl. must exercise
sleepless caution.- W. do not know who will
go before the Ohio Legislature (or its suffrages
but do know that Ohio could not do a better
thing than re-elect tb. Horx. Bwjahw r. r
He la an honest man. ' Earnest in his opinions,
h u n imnirtiai knd ft lust mah His dlsin-
terestedness is proverbial. No publlo man Is
se deeply loved by hi. friends, and so universal
ly respected by bis enemies In the recent
Ohln elMtton. Senator Wad. was fcrsmost
among tbos. advooating a union with the patrl
rui.AMta. . To him munaal mav be attrib
uted the gloriou. loyal triumph which made
n.M ta on,nnr nt Ohio. Th. loyal Dem
ocrats owo him a debt of gratitude, wbloh we
hop. to see acknowledged by his unanimous
re-election to tno enaie.,
It Col. Foanir was about to recommend a
gentleman to the people of Ohio, who was a
Stranger to them, aome psisons might regard
this as describing lb. proper man. But Mr.
Wans Is known here to be one of the most bit
ter and malignant abolition partisans In the
Bute, and was always so considered, even oy
Mr. FoaaiT, befcr. h. Joined th. Republican
oartr. and was elected to office by It, as
oomDeosatioo for his labcn In defeating Dodo-
us, while protending to be in favor of bis else
tion. Now, ho ie cheek by owl with Wadx,
and desires him re-elected.
Tha lnftl Democrats owe him nothing. He
bte been laboring for years to bring about a col
llsioo between abolitionism and th. slave-hold
log States. His speech, delivered In Maine in
1855 "(if we recollect right), clearly indicated
bis desires.. To assert tbat Bin, Wads is no
partisan, only exposes Fckmit's Ignorance of
th. man, or his desire to mislead people by mis
representation., A more malignant , partisan
than Wadi does not live. This is his known
character in Ohio. '
Tbe Freer says it "is at liberty to speak to
Ohio about her next Senator," because "there
is a degree of spmpatby between her people
and ours many parts of Ohio being colonised
by enr oltfsens," etc' We can inform the Putt
that those part, of Ohio tbat were colonised by
PennsylvanUns, are bitterly opposed to Wadi;
he has no support except in tbe Western He
serve, which gav. abont thirty thousand major
ity against Dodolas. Col. Foxnit will learn
that his recent interuUi love of the Republi
cans, and bis deslr. to see ranting Abolitionists
elicited from Ohld to tb. Senate, arc perfectly
understood and appreciated. Tbo day .has
passed away when his advice to th. Democracy
will have th. least icnuenoo.
The loyal Democrat, of Ohio will attend to
tha eleotion of their Senator without bis advioe
being solioited, or regarded if volunteered.
tT A correspondent of tho Okit Stat Jour.
d from Kentucky, who la with tb. Nineteenth
Ohio Regiment, Col. Biattt, writes as fol
lows: Great dissatisfaction exist, among th. Union
men In Kantuckv in reeard to th. policy pur-
aued by Cameron and Congress In regard to the
slavery question rest assured tbat at least in
this State there is but one sentiment on this
satneot. If the object of tho Government 1. to
free tha slaves, the volunteer, of Kentucky will
at ones disband and take sides with tbe South,
together with a large proportion or ffortftero
troops. This may appear strong language in
yonr part of tbe country, but let me assure you
that it ia true. I have mingled with them and
conversed with them freely on -this subject
Tbey are willing to fight for tho Constitution
and tbe maintenance of tb. laws, and go oo
oosqueriog and to conquer until tb. last rebel
ha laid down hla arms, and th. Angel of Peace
again folds her wings over a united country;
but tbey will not submit to this eternal croak
ing about slavery. . I am satisfied that if ' the
ma oi tho people of Kentucky and Tennceiee
were convinced tbat this war was not a war on
Slavery, it would not be ono month before a
rebel could not be found within their borders.
Their designing leader, bav. aucoeeded in
making them believe that th. only object of
the Government is to rob them of their slaves,
and they .else nnoa tb. doing, of Congress of
late to verify their former assertion, and tbe
Cnect M Deguming vt ue aeea uiu sumiMi.
; This is undoubtedly th. true state of feeling
in Kentucky. 1 ' ' .
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The British Consul at Charleston, S.
C., and the Mason-Slidell Affair.
Tbe New, Orleans correspondent of the
Charleston Courier, writing in reference to tb.
seixure of Slidell and Mason, communicatee
tha following;. 'T i
Tbe British Consul her. Immediately Justified
the act, and went to the trouble of .applying
English legal authority to appear in a leader ot
one of our city Journals.- Neither tbe research
of Mr. Muir. nor his judgment on points of in
tenwtl,nal dispute, are esteemed very highly,
but last month bo was at . wasmngwn, in con
nMttm ub twrd bjans, ua we prompt In
clination of tho Consul to jnstlfv Lincoln may
bo the result of Indications of British, policy
communicated to his lordship, -'
M tr,, i ii Hi .in i . i"lv o.-.
-HTA delegation of tho New York Irish Brig
ade have had an Interesting Interview with the
President, and preseted a memorial signed by
every officer In th. brigade, requesting the ap
pointment of Colonel Thomas Fsancis Miaobxi
who raised all th. regiment, and organised
tbe brigade by hi. personal exertions to the
rank of Brigadier-General.' - ;
BT It haa bcn,'reported at Halifax that
Messrs. BaxesasMDO. and. Hoirria applied lor
pssstge to 'Liverpool on tb. steamer Canada,
and that they were refused in consequence of a
dispatch from Secretary Cakebon, warning th.
agent, of tho Cuoard line against oarrjiog
rebels across the ocean. It is stated In tb.
N.w Tork papeiilftaTMr7CoNAMdeniei that
he or hi. agent, bav. received any such warn
ing.; " : '
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Colonel Coreavan aas FasHc reeling
. , . , . . in Cnnrloeson . C
Th. following statement is mad. on the au
thority of a contlemaa who arrived at Balti
more about tbo 1st iostaattWacn tbe aews of
Colonel Corcoran, sentence of close cenfl De
ment reached Charleston th. sailors Were still
In jail, and they wer. informed by th. prison
guards that tb. effect of tbe news upon tbe
population waa terrible. Th Iriik ftnralli
earns so tseitti tka (ms rtgivtnti, txaUuiviif t
JrUhmtn, had to ee rtmnnd (e SulUmn'$ lU
and for tie Jret ef rresewttaf wtbrtak.
Tb. brave Colonel of the New York Sixty
ninth has acted iik. a hero on varion. occasions
when h. has been offered his liberty oa condi
tion tbat b. promise not to Wis up arms against
tb. rebels during tbe present contest. U uni
formly decline, all snob offers. ' The lovely and
amiable ladle, of Charleston's first families
only aro anxious that Colonel Cor conn should
be banged, i The say bo is a fit satyeot for the
ropo, and for nothing .lse. Th. gentlemen are
not quits eo virulent a. tb.Ir wire, and daugh
ters, ' -
C., and the Mason-Slidell Affair. Slidell and Mason's Account of their
Tb. Secretary of tb. Navy hta
Congress tbe protest signed by Messrs. Slidell,
Mason, bustis ana mot ananu, containing soer
annnnnt of their caDtnre on board th. Trent.
Tbey .ay the met nonce given oy tn. oan
Ointo was lb. nring pi a snotteo. gun across iu
oonrseof the Trent, followed by another at a
short interval, th. Trent having in tn. mean
time hoisted the British flag. A U.S. Lieuten
ant then nut off from the Ban Jacinto in a no,
followed Immediately by two other boat, with
armed orews. Tbe Lieutenant boarded th.
Trent, and demanded her passenger-list, which
the uaptain reiusea to produce, ana proieewu
against th. visit for th. purpose Indicated. Tbe
Llentenanl then atated that he knew Messrs.
Slidell, etc., were on board, and that bis orders
were to take them and carry them to ce can
Jacinto. They declared that tbey wonld not be
taken exoept by foroe, and' accordingly toe
Lieutenant oraerea up nis men irom ms ouw
who presented muskets with bayonet, charged
The party still resisted snfQclectly to require
the actual lavlns on of hands, wbloh they say
was done. When they . arrived oo board tbe
San Jacinto, they say they found tho men at
th.lr quarter, and th. gun. bearing on tbe
Trent. While still aboard th. latter vessel, tbe
British naval offloer In charge of the mails said
to tb. Lieutenant that, as tn. only person pres
ent representing bis government, he felt called
upon, In language as strong and emphatlo as h.
could express, to denounce tb. whole proceeding
as a plratloal act.
Capt. Wilkes replies to this dooument that It
diffeis materially from his own account of th.
affair as reported to him by bis own officers.
The report ot Capt. Wilkes is also published.
He says tbat be heard at Clenfuegos that the
rebel Commissioners would take lb. English
mill steamer, and tbat he therelore lmmeai
ately sat down and consulted all th. antboil
tlea on International law to which he bad ac
cess. He fonnd tbat there was nu doubt tbat be
bad the right to seise dtips(cAs thus transmit
ted, but there was a question, wbewcr ne nsa a
right to seise omens.. He got over this diffi
cult, he declares, by considering them ''as tbe
tmbodlmttt of dispatches, and" as they had
openly declared themselves as charged with all
authority from the Confederate Government to
form treaties ana alliances tending to me esiao
llsbment of their independence, I became satis-
nsd that their mission was adverse ana crimi
nal to tb. Union, and it therefore became my
duty to arrest their progress and capture them.
it tbey bad no passports from tbe Federal Gov
ernment, as rrjvidea ror under me law oi na
tions, vis.. 'That foreign Ministers of a bellle
erect on bosrd of 'neutral ships are required to
possess psoers from tbe other belligerent to pr
mlt them ia pass free.' "
Tbe Trent, be had ascertained, was a mere
merobant veeiel, carrying the mall by oostraot;
be was Mtisnco, also, tbat tbe captain Knew
the character of hit paseengeis, tbey having
been intioduced by the British Consul to him,
and be consequently considered tbe vessel itself
a lawful Prlxe. but be forebore to ssiia her in
consequence of being short of offloeif and men,
and ou acoouot of tno derangement It would
eause Innocent persons.' His orders to Lleoten
ant Fairfax authorised tb. latter tj use ioroe if
necessary to effect tbe arrest. Captain Wilkes
vi .. ... ... ....
"1 would add that tbe cooduot ot uer &tuin
Malta.?' subiects. both official and others
showed but little regard or obedience tb ber
proclamation, by aiding and abetting the views
aud endeavoring to oonceal tbe persons of the
(commissioners - . ,
He closes bis report thus: '
' "I may sdd thu, having assumed the respon
sibility, l am willing to abide tb. result.
An Interesting white girl, only thirteen y.trs
of age, was rescued last night by detective offi
cer Boss from an assignation house, kept by a
yellow woman. This Is the third instance with
in tb. last fortnight in whioh officer Boss bss
been called upon by distressed relatives of girls
(minors) to recover 'them from houses of 111
lame, whither they have been enticed by pro
curesses, while our leelslatora sr. on tb. sub
ject of judicial reform in this District, their at
tention may properly ne oauea to me iaoi inai
there Is no law here panlehlns: the keepers of
bawdy houses for harboring or entloing away
girls oncer ag. from their homes. ' lne last
that tbo viotlms of such outrages sr. whit, will
not disqualify them, it ia to bs hoped, as candi
date, lor redrees at the hand, of onr law-mak-
ma. Was. Star. ,
Why didn't yon fey (hat tha girl wa. black 1
Then 8umner, or Lovsjoy, or Wilson, or Ste
vens would have attended to the matter imme
diately; ss she was only a white girl, of course
thev can't be expected to nav anv attention to
your suggestion. lauttmue JJonacrat,
CT Colonel Mdlucan, the hero of the bat
tle of Lexington, Missouri, was presented, on
th. 13;h lost., to th. Sigbty-.ighth Regiment
(Irish Brigade), by th. Commandant, Colonel
Nosxirr, at th. camp In Virginia. Colonel
MuuaoiN got an enthnslastio reception from
tbe regiment, and mad. an eloquent speeoh to
the men. - '- "- "
The Canadian Frontier.
Tbe Detroit AittrHiet state, that' a rumor,
based upon what Is considered reliable author
ity, Is prevalent among tbs inhabitants of Wind
sor sad Sandwich, that th. military commis
sion, now making a tour of the Province, will
shortly arrlv. at tbos. places, and put them as
well as Maiden, tn a complete state oi defense.
It is also stated that tbe government steamers
will proooed from duebeo and winter on the
lakes, to b. ready for emergencies
FisTrvAL.-Tho ladies of the 1st ?reabyterl
sn Church Will hold a festival ia the basement
of tho Churob, oo next Wednesday in th. after
noon and evening. The public e? respect fa! It
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A Tusxlt Warnino wTb. persons who re
cently took away several pictures Jrom tbe en-
tranoo to Mr. Witt's Photographic Gallery, are
reauested to return tkm, and tbiasselvee
from publlo exposur..' " .k..','"
BT Matob's Cocst. There wa guito,,a' ran
of business In the Police Court yesterday, morn
ing. . Seven individuals wer. brought u gen
(rally for drunkenness) and disorderly conduct,
and were .fined from $1 ,to J3 each. The fines
and cost. wer. 'at) paid. i, .. .r, .... , -,. i i.u
"DirAiTuai or rma FoaTt-Sioonn Tb. For
ty-second Regiment, Col, Garfield, left Camp
Cbaee on Sunday last for Kentucky. Previous
to tbelr departure a (landsome flag was present
ed to th. regiment by Governor Dennison. Th.
following ax. tb. officers of the regiment:' " -
Colonel J. A. Garfield., ; .
Lieutenant-Colonel Lionel A. Sheldon
Adjutant W.N, Olds. n - u.; w i .
Quartermaster Joseph V. Stubbs- '
Surgeon Joseph Pomerene.'J -'L :'' J
Assistant-Surgcon-Jcssph. yV. Hannpn. - -
Sergeant-Major Charles P. Goodwin.- - .
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CoPficiiPsocixnuioi-The City Counofl mot
last evening Mr. Donty in the Chair aS Presi
dent sr. lm ' Th. minutes of the previous
meeting wore read and approved..- ' . . Y
ELECTION OF POLICEMAN.
On motion of Mr. Buttles, tbs1 Council went
Into tb. .lection of a member of the Special
Police In place of Peter Melxlnger, resigned-'
he bsving .nlisted as a volunteer In. the army.
Tbe roll of membsrs was called by :the Clerk
six times, and th. following was the result of
the voting each time.'' 1
' ' Ht' ia; u-e'a ini mi
BeoJ-MoMtt...... t i : a, Tr
I. B. Link ' 9"1-J (t - i
JackJMrtnom-:.--,.. . 1 " . f: 0 '
Mr. Montt, having received a majority of
tbe rotes of all the member, of the Coupon,
was declared duly elected a special poJlotmau to
fill tb. ensxplred term of Mr.' Melslogor
Mr. Batter introduced a bill to asses, a spa.
slat Hi of lerenvv'flve cents and eight end nine.
tenths mill on oaoh fool front of tb. real es
tate on Fourth street from Town iq Kicnsira..
Th. bill was read three atveral time.
BILLS READ TWICE.
Mf. Ebarlv introduced the lire, following
bills which were read twiod 1 i 1 (, j
, " ' J.n.a .nil kin.
To ajsess a speolai tax oi ou " -
l..n n.nU nn aeh foot front of tb. fCal tttat.
on th. tail side of Boiotb .treet" from a point
sixty-two and a half feet west of Homo street,
- Tn aasesa a special tax of eighty oeuU on
each foot front of real estat. on tn. orw sme
of Monnd street from Soloto to Canal strost. '
T ftnuftt a aneolat tax -of two hundred and
sixty-feor dollar, and eight cent, on th. West
half of In-Iol No. 79 on Monnfl Itreel oetween
Soloto street and Martin alley-
Adjourned. .").s"ti:rV.!; j-.- !; :
ST Tha anmmlttea anoolnted by tb. .9.0
date members' of the UnttedBtates Sanitary
Commission at Columbus, Mesirs. ,r., y. ees
P. Amboa and S.-Loving respectfully
aolioit contributions from tn. altlxent of Colum
bus, for the purpose of supplylng.h. needs of
our sick and wounded soldiers.
. Mr. Sessions will call on those residing north
of Broad street. . . .
Mr.'Amboswlll oall on those residing be
toaen Broad and Rlob streeb). '
Dr. Loving will oall on those residing south
of Rich street. ". t ' .1 ...
Tbe obleots of th. Sanitary Commlaeion are
generally well understood, sod it is hoped there
will be a prompt response to this call.
Many Oblo soldier, sr. new suffering from
diAeaaa In tbe hosnltals In Virginia and Ken
tucky, and need tbe oomforts which the Sanitary
Commicslon alms lo supply, whtle all need such
csre as wss contemplated In the appointment of
tb. Commission by tb. Government. -
; ST Col. W, H. Lytic, tb. Hero of a Carntfax
Ferry, arrived In this city last evening and
stopping at tbe American. ' Tbe gallant Colonel
is still very lame, not having recovered from tbe
wounds he received.
07 Tb. Mail and Accommodation Train on
theL M. C. 4. X. R. JR. leaving at 4 r. at
and arriving at 13:16, has been discontinued.
',, Tbeundetsigned,' associate 'members of. the
United States Sanitary Commission, residing In
Columbus, beg leave to call tbe attention of
tbelr fellow-citliens to the wants of our sick and
wounded soldiers, and of the necestity of Im
mediate end continued contributions and labors
in their behalf. We would suggest, in order to
make an ample provision for this great object
in luch a way as not to be burdensome to Indl
vlduals, tbat the following 'plan be "adopted
here, and, as far as may be, over tbo whole
State: '. ' . . , ; . ", .
1 1. That every woman in th. Stat., who dan
do eo, shall give at least rJrree how' teer per
xeulc, for tbe benefit of the hoepitals whit the
variant. . . -
, 3. Tbat every man in the State shall give a
contribution, in money for this objeot, ' aeoordi'ng
to kls ability, however small the sum may be,
at least once ecsry month vhilt thtwor laiU, ,
- 3. Tbat for the purpose of oarrying put these
suggestions, collections be taken, ol ttatedptri-
fdi, during the continuanct of the tear, In cburohc .
and associations of every description in Ohio;
apd (hat Soldiers' Aid Societies be formed in
every town, village and neighborhood.
We will giv. all necessary Information to
those who shall apply, personally or by letter,
to Joseph Sullivant, President, or John W. An
drews, Secretary of this Commission 'and, as
far as may be practicsblewe willjdlstribnte doc
uments published by tb. Sanitary Commission.
W. trust tbat our'; fellow-oitixens will go to
work In earnest In this matter, and every sick
and wounded Ohio soldier can thus easily be
provided for. ...
Money and other contributions can be sent -to
tbe "Soldiers' Aid Society" of tbe ladles of Co
lumbus, or to Vt. r. u. wormiey, Treasurer of
Ws, Dinnison. Jos.' EoxtiVANT. President.
War. M. Awl, Rev. Mr. Fitzoibald, V.Pres,
J. a. THonrsoN, jorn w . amonxws, Bee y,
F. CoLiins, T. G. Wormliy, Treasurer,
R. Nxil, " Rst. Mr. HuisTtotR, .
P. Amos, Rer. Mr. Mus, '
J. H. Rilet, Rev. Dr. Tainsue, - '
F. C. Sbssioms, F. Caitii,
S. M. Smith, S. Loviso. l-.
Tbe following brings up tbe list of offloers
appointed in tbo different Ohio regiments to
Saturday evening, Dec. 14th: - ; .
Lorenzo D. Myers, Mansfield, Quarlermaster
William M. Fairer, -Cambridge, Qaartermas
tmm RK, KmtrtmtmtJ' . '
Eugene A. Rawaon,' Fremont Adjutant 72d
Regiment. . " '..-M ' ...i. -.
Granville Moody, ClnoktaU, Colonel 74tb
Alex. Von Sohresier, Cincinnati, Lleut.-Colo-nel
74th Reirfmenl. ." - : r ' " '
.Tbos. J. Farrell, Klrkeravllle, Asslsisnt Sur
geon TOth Regiment, v " ' :
Jsmes 8. Brisbln, Captain 6:b U. 8. Cavalry,
Major M cavalry Kagimeot. -j .-'
, .Watson Foster, Captain 70th Regipent. -,"
Andrew R Colderwood, Captain 40th Regi
most. -1 ' "' r
v John J. Robinson, Captain 80th Resident.
William BdwaMs, Captain Md Reelment.
Ezra P, Jackson, Sugar Grove, Captain 61st
Samuel R. Buckmajter, Lima, Captain 1st
ijquaurou or vavairy. r
. . William K. Floyd. Captafn 62J Reetment.
Richard W.T4hBejbill, MUlrjbflrg, Captain
iota Regiment. . ,v .. , . t f
.. Cbas. N Gibb.-, Captain 69th Regiment!. .
. Geo. F. Elliott, Captain 69th Resiment.
Ferdinand F. Rempel, Logan, Lieut.-Colonet
ooto Regiment. . .
Military Appointments. DIED.
BSuddenly , en Ihe evening ef Dao 13, at the Junetloa,
Paulding eonuty, AtTXAxmSACirr, 8iq.rla th 4ttb
year of his age. '
WILL Bl BI0IIVKD AT EBASQUABTIIIB lflth
Infanln. aorsor lew andlllrh a treats. Oolumbu.
Ohio, for fumlsblng COOKED KAT IONS for rtorutu of
10 Intsntry, op lo ia o'eiooi n. sist mitani. , ror in
fojrmatton apply at bMdiuartora, ' --- '
' ' 1 ' i Ilrit tlouf. 16th Inlanfry, A. A. 0, 8.
4ieS7-tt i ji-y. t i. i ' '
Orncs oms OoLcaaoa a Xikta R. B: Co.I
i OaMsrsoa. Sao. IS, 1HC1. i
TBS gTOCKHOLDlEg Of TBI OOLUMSUS AND
X Xeola Ballroad Company ar harcbf notlfltd that
tb Aaonal Uettlog for tb letia f Dlnolor to serve
th eniulDg yoar. and for other pnrpoaes, will ba hold at
th onto of th Company In Columbus, on Tuesday, the
Via day of January, 1863, btu th hoar of 10
oo'look A. K. and f o'cloci r. u. - -
' .oiJiu. wax, ceerstary.
docl7dlir ' . u '. ' - -
E0W LOR, HOW BSSI0BZO.
Just Pnbllabadta a Ba1d SnvslopCi Mo 0 ets.l
1 llOTtTBS ON TBI KATUBS, TBBATMHKT AND
ininir AUBtn, BPSRIi ATARRI1 A Or ftmnlnBl
WaakDM, lBVOltntary XmlwtotM, senal DaWlltr, aod
Impediment to tlarrlag nerIIly, Barroaioan, Coa-
oaaaolty, rtsalUog (ln Blf-rnw, u. By Bokert f,
tonnl M Tnllmi. Ud F1U. llRHtAl aOQ t IJV llOftl in.
US'vorweu, is. v., anuor ot ei rB Mrum,m .fc
A Boon to.Thoniao.oi mt afferers,
lent nndw sal, la a plain envlop, to any addraa
rt paid, on rooeipt of two (taoips, by Dr. OHAS.
nKUVBL 1 Bowwv. BTw Xork. rott 0 Sot Box
to tae. svpTitaddrw
Master Oommissionor'B Sale.
Ctoorga H. Pftryoni. 1 moo tor J i , ;a v ' ,
wiiiu. V RsV tit t. 'V I
TV AlllaUAi ne wv it .
.n.wTws Assn. m w siwa nDfl sTkW m A t.Wt
to m dlreoUd, fom the) 8aprior Court of Fraokt
lln County, Ohio, X will offer for onlr at the 4oor of
UIO VOUrgaUltnwJt ua aw vs V wa vviwuwua) v
Monday, the 20th day of January, A. D. 1863,
MtWMn ths Boors OI juo oiosa, u.. ana .v,
. . ... . . . I ual Mll. .II.1.IA if. III.
eountr ot tranklta aod BUM ot Ohio, lo wit: Parti ol Ii
Moi. S and 8 of Um uDdlvltlon of surrey 1388, balDi I
. ...... n L. In UM A,. Mm. fl anil 0.
antra or aaia n ' Z" n" J-Tn
aulgnas ano soi qb.iq nun u iu -Ha
ooanw, Ohio, at IU May Mm, 1858, tn a parUUon
adV said I loUbstwwn hla and bis wlf. UlaaMth O.
Braca. to wlU Lot No. two () ol' said partition, eom
TOoiniTat tns N. W. eommr of lot No. I of said parti-
tho otntr. of the Columbus and HarrWwrf Plki
Aoaa, wencv aiuua vv"-"-" . . "... .
. Wo. i . - .v.. a . Mmn, ftf Int NO. S
mln. W. 41 poles to ths beginning-, containing 38 acres
Alio, lot No three (S) of said partition, eomnonolniat
ths S. W oomor of tot No. 8 thonoa 0. a a.f . jw
mln B. lWpolee lo in otnir 01 m .
uarruDuri mraviM uit uu.- - m
said road N. S2 del. M mln. B. M polM to to J. 1.
corner of lot No. 4 of said partition; thno N. 57 dag.
.. . rtT.i .id Ida . v. 1 Amm. w mln.
au mm. W . UB-,w yvtvat iuwn. h. a- . r
.tf.,nifui..iute,hm t.Maf tslnnln. nnnutfl
Weil O OV-1WV wiwb w wi. ymvw w. . '
i in..u. BmtuI. WmaI...
Lot No. s. mntainlns serss, toxsthsr with th itean
sawmill, a4,000. . ..'...
WlBO.s, oontammg.,..,.. - f s-v. .
Printer's feel, 8 73. and tfutr Ooatmlnioasr.
nitMTit vtrtmLR. BREASTED iQE
X BIMO UndershlrU. t
GKNTS' HIBB'0 7IERINO UNDER
It ENTR SILKDNDER-SUIBTS AND
LADIES' AND BOIS IWE
Drawer. . 4
, , . . j SAIN la BON
ENTS KID E,lliED01,aVEB.
BAxn m cvn.
miCOT tc BEAVEH CLOAKINOS,
now styles. . BAW BON
omKEIt FlfANPiEI, SHIRTS AND
PANTON FliANNEI, DBA WEBS FOB
T BAIN sc BON
A DIES, BTS' AN D IWISSES IHEK.
' -. ,i . : ' . ? BAIN It BON
riENT' FANOT FIANNEI, BHIRTS.
ijl BAin sa nun
IMIBTINU FLANNELS, PLAIN it
, " , '. v . BAIN BON,
CENTS' AND BOYS SUPERIOR
VJ sHIHXS and Collars.
- -. BAIN A BON
npilE BALinOBAL JIOOP 'SKIRT A
BAIN St BON
rpHE IMMOVABLE CLASP HOOP
JL Sn.Ut'1'. ' .
.!; I -. BAIN St BON
E W DELAINES at .12 CENTS
TAI,UB 80 cants.
i BAIN A SON.
TLEOANT CLOTH CLOAKS, AT BE.
jjj vuuau t-noas. ....
... BAIN A BON.
If INK COLLARS, MUFFS A CUFFS,
BUN 4 BON.
ED, CRIBdc CRADLE BLANKETS),
All sises, ,
BAIN A BON
T ADIES WHITE CASHMERE SklrtS
jut ' vaim t sort
NEW BOAEDINGr HOUSE.
F. SUATTLEtt HAS OPENED A
AT NO. SO XABT TOWN BIBBBT,
Where ha oan accommodate a nnmber of Boarders by tb
dtC4-U , . .
NEW STOB E,
! QSO &,-nL 232 ;
SOUTH HIGH STREET,
. Art now optnlog lrg lot of
Ladies', Misses1 and Children's
:jt ' FURS, - '
Ladies' ; Cloth -, Cloaks
Blxepoaril's ' Plaid ' Shawls,
Ladies' Merino Vests & Drawers,
Boys' Merino - Bhirts & " Drawers,
;: 2EPHVR W0R$TE03 :
MISSES SUPERIOR tONO SHAWLS.
i-. -. 'CI .
This ftrmi hiring adopttd th Oath system In tb par
chas and sal of flood, art nabld to sell from 15 to tO
peroral leu than othrhounnndr lbs credit ryiUm.
EZADLEY, EEElLT & EICHAED3,
' 250 ACT 252 SOUTH HIGH STREET, '
COLUMBUS, O. J
Cranberriea I , Cranberries !
Oft JIBLS, OBANBEUBIESi IN GOOD
OU OKDBE, nooaslcnBnU
For sai low y
NOW IS THE TIIIE TO SUBSCRIBE!
1 4 PTTBLIBIIKD
oxmzr 'ojf oojjXJIiziixto; omo.
The DAILY, at .". " .
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Subscriptions to the Paut and Tai-WmiT 8tatiskas will be received
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At the above rates; and ths Daily will be furnished
TO CARRIERS IN ANY PART OF THE 8TATE,
At tbe usual ratal, ' Am tn estAbliahed and reliable organ of the Democrats party!
THE STATESMAN IS WELL KNOWN.
In the future, ss in the past, it will uphold and defend ths.
PRINCIPLES OF THAT GRAND OLD PARTY
Whioh has been so fruitful of good to the PEOPLE OF TEE UNITED STATES; and wil
faithfully urge the re-establishment and supremacy of the
DEMOCRATIC CREED AND POLICY IN ALL THE STATES.
As essential to the complete and perfeet re-oonstrustion of the
F3D!RAZj i w TJNXOTXT,
On the basis on whioh that Union was originally formed.
. The Btatxsmas vrtll support the Administration of the General Government in all legal and ,
constitutional efforts to pnt down rebellion ; and sternly resist ths efforts made in some quarters '
to convert the present unhappy war into aa Abolition crusade.
It will constantly urge economy in the publio expenditures, and the most rigid accountability
of all publio offloers. , . - -
- As a medium of general news, the Statkhan will endeavor to make itself acceptable to its
numerous readers, and at all times supply them with -
Tn Xjatesjt and mosjt IXollatolo Reports
Of the home aud foreign markets. In its columns
THE BUSINESS MAN, THE FARMER, MECHANIC AND LABORER
Will find their interests consulted and attended to, and no effort will be spared to make it a first
olass newspaper. : " " 1
During tbe approaching session of Congress we will have a talented and aooomplishsd corres- .,
pondent at Washington, through whom our readers will' be furnished with much valuable and
reliable information. i '
The doings of our own State Legislature will be fully reported, and the local news of ths
State and our own immediate vioinity, will have a due share of attention. ,
We urge upon our friends in all ports of Ohio, and the North-Western States, to aid in extend- -ing
the circulation of the Statmhaic, sinoe by so doing, they will assist in the promulgation of
sound political doo (rinse and reliable general intelligence.
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sending us the money ten dollars for the same, we will send one copy gratis.
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Address, , i MANTPENXT A MILLEE,
' Publiabers of the Ohio Statesman,
November 1, 1 Bbl. Oulumdu Omo.
Six Dollars per Annum;
Three Dollars per Annum
One Dollar per Annum.
TO EVERY READER,
II Is an Indisputable fact, that If any person wants on
of thoM comfortable ESQUIMAUX BKAVKR OV1B
GOATS, b will usually find them in lar qnantttlesat
MARCUS CHILDS'S. .
18 any person deilrom of owning on of th lat style
of KJAWBK OVKB OOATB, with p attaebed,
don't break your bsadi to learn wher to find tham, but
,0,4U" CAPITAL CITY ARCADE,- -:
Opposite the State Home. ' '
You will find thera thei (a all colors, kept by
MARCUS GUILDS. ,
DID you never wear any oi tha BILK MIXED OAS
BIMERS BUIT8, wbloh ar sold at the Capital Olty
Arcade? Ruth tn and you will And them In pile, at
. ( . - - .
YOU may also bs In want of PASTS and VIBT8. and
thar is but on tabllhmnt in tb West wtatr
Pants and Vast ar to b had tn all stripes, snap,
styles, quantities and qualities, and that plae Is th r.;
CAPiTAL CITY ARCADE.
DOR'T iort th ntenslv ortniant ot IUBNI8H
INQ eOODB, particularly in WOOLBN BHlalB,
which you can And in "Bed, white and blue," at tb
CAPITAL CITY ARCADE,
Superintended by Marcus quids.
IF yon wish to war lanntnts MADE TO OK
DEH, you oan do no batter tban to go to th Mer
chant Tailoring Sitabllahmant. next ta th Arcade, and
elcet your goods from a stock comprising all oolors of
Heaver Cloths, Uaetlmeres, bus vairet ana rmin en
loga, and you will surely meet with a good At by parents
sins at - '
MARCU3 CHILDS'S. ,
MILITABT GENTLEMEN, whan they soma to this
city, as strangers, aod wlih to get a UNISOBU, It
is to tlie r netl advantage wcaiiav
, , - MARCUS CHILDS'S, ,
Where a Urge assortment of BLUE CLOTS and other
articles balooglog to tb aqulpag of an officer oan be
bad at vary modarat prices. r J
In short oall at
; Marcus Childs'Sp ui
'. Proprietor of tbat xUnslve tmilnsss locality, .
NO. Sit 83 Ud 85 HIGH STREET,
- Opposite tha Stat Boose. ' "
eeOT-dSm , . .- .- ., . ,
J. M. & V. ICCERNER.
Corner of Broad & Front Streets, ;.
r! OOLUMBU S,
CROCERIES, PRODUCE AND
; , i
J FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS,
FLOTO, SALT, LIQTJ0E3, ETC;
, 0Y8T1RB BT TBI OAK IN THEIB' SEASON, !. '
-octswiiy ;.:"!:::'..;,,;; ,:
HAS JUST UECE1VED, AND WILL
bs la daily rtceipt, by JSzprsM, of . ., .
msH cas ft oa oysters,::'
from Baltimore and fair Haven.
Oall at Wagner's Oyster and Fruit Pepot, No. 81 East
Bttret. . -. . ' !
SU(34tf - , !.,.'... r '.!. ,r. .
NEW O OAIi YARD,
TIIE-CNTJEBSIOINED KEEPS COR
8IAHILI a hand and for sal, th best quality oi
which h wlU 11 tte lowest market prloas." ' J,
Call and estualn say Coal belor purcbailng els.
Wher. .V. A .... . - .: .
Offie at ne stor srauioru, Buyaan ss vo., na
. f . 0UTSAM.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
TilB SVJB8CRIBER n ATCVO TAKEN
a Iras on th Btor Boom
3SJo. 11 East State St.,
has epened Hasan
Auction & Commissioa Room.
H Is now prepared to receive en Oommlsilon every
Jesorlptlon of property, suoh as Dry Goods, Grooeriee.
Liquors, lurnltur. Oarriagas, Borsas, to. He alia
Intends to devot his attention to sale of Beat Satat
and Personal Property, at any point, within twenty mile
Auction Sales Every Evening.
Consignments resptotfully solicited.
" W. B. KENT, Auctioneer,
B. B. ARMSTRONG,
j No. 17 East Tovm Street,
' 'V7H0LESALE & RETAIL DEALER IN
SHOVES AND TIN WARE.
A Urge stock of the Q00O 0 HAKITAN oa
X-EVEKS, FEVEU ARJD AOCEBll
ileus Affections, Ooldi, Bheumatlsms, OostirMess , Oon .
sumptions, Affections of tbe Splow, of th Llrer.of -1
th Heart, Tumors, and all dlaeaa which destroy life
fcavs always exhibited npon diaseotloa of tbebody.a
number ot bard or eonortt point, either in soma of tb ,
organs named er tn tb blood; vessels, someHmes even
ramifying tn th flesh, and again depeslUdnpoa tb side
Of a bone. Now thee llttl bard subslanc would ,
m sosa If Brandrsth's Pills wer uted: tbo woaH
purged oat ef tb system, and years of happy "iff
would b lb sufrtrers' lot Instead of sn early trV
Always purge bat mms sua In sickness.' ' " '"
T. T. Carpenter, .Xsq., ef Qovsrntur, St. 'Lawrence
estmty, Mew Tork.M years of ag. says he has used
BrVndrttb's Fills for 34 ysars, administered lbm first to, i
htsooaohmao, wtohd ferer and agu;av eight th
day after th ebtll; chills and fever lessnmre: gar
eight more tb next day, and so erery other day so til
th chill and rarer did not ratnm, which was about algh
days from the first attack. He then gar foor every
other day for another week, when th man was ntirely
restored to ws usual good nsalta. .
B wasblmMlfattaokedi took them In ths Sams way,
an4 was oured la less time. .. Has used so other nwdH
elnS for S4 years) found thtat always reliable for himself
and family wha stoki sas Meaameaded tba to Utow'
sands with th best results, and feels confident tbat are-
ry family would bav a largtaavtrag of health If these ;
EUlswer asd la lb plao ot Mloml and other hmtfuK
Sold by Jons . Ooei, Brortrlit, Ooiambns, and ba
aU rj)tM oeslns la v1vbis.