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Uio. w. MANEar"X.
COLUMBUS. OI1i
1861.
Worse than a War with England.
n Ul'd ih.tip woUo much please
. .th. rebut Coulelcta".ea es a war
heiweea the Uo led stewm snn ? "K-"rj r -ISetet.who
k.tkU upon niaiotaui g he
,lghU.nddtC?njvo( ; our O-wry 1 ue
ao.noe ws KoeMWuil.t.ud j-JJ "J"
Bthy n w ith IL itblX cause ;; rh,,8"B'
liBthe m le-Oia tsua poU AC wP.3T.7,
mwt; ta,i6fir. Hearty; "flated ,f'hrt!
a.nal lo be any db I"'?-
Una Rewbiioan" iutborUj Wf cfltiia si J
prove, that Iber, .re to:daJ bom" W
L .tblWt with the 'rebelliou in Olnoftali
there are tojal clttaeoC; ow;t;efr
i mil. riiU aro. 'denounoed aa abet-
tort of dWoyalt, a4tieaM aUMhatQOdp
in .Wenae of the ConaWUtipn mux ro
16 arbitrary rWll
each other ot tne lame wiwc. ..- j
i.r tWa h. nd He Btowed war amoldg
.1.. mrllM el the Mat' :'..WiJiaf e jeferrad
to the oomnwa aaySpii l.'jft. Wlrig '1d
moh gratify tbe rbel 'to h B
t, war wltfc Eoglaad, -.i sere lieviucum vUw-s-.v.-
.h..r at the brOr)tieot"prboh
ft war Bat thero U aleo ylaoty f- proof that
there U m i'lbla'g tUtUnlmea.r.ina;, etin
MUfM them tabr. than the-arrtloJpjtio- M
Meincu InroWed Bx foreign war,... It i the
imnelDaiioB;aAeme,?"TnW, tpey.
r-t i !,. m laoeuaw 'ef the Memphw
Jffll, a. 4ooW by telegrapf, If ' embodied te
i.-i-i.n nted as thetoUeyw tha Ad-j
alohtratlo-, wilt gain .ictone
"whksh the bayput b4 the'; .H!? ?f
tardy to achiwev:":r':;"; -
, The Inanrgeote Sn the Soubem ;Stat
the eed of foreign ildl; tbey want !niinir.;
ly more than that- eompaotoeaa. unity aad de
termiaatioa of pnrpoae' among the jpeople of itx,
Soatb. GWe them thii a tbey beeowefcoo.t
Me. Their territory may ftea be 6verru-tbwr
citiea and towna burned,-r'hei-niTr dnolate ;
all their alatei that eaa be got hold-o may be
' eet free and pre-ieional jwfli1
1 garrisons established In eouoty tho
white raee may be exterminated, fculcoa VRW
BCTCf. .-. . . 1 , n i I' . .1. ,.. (.
The ndical emancipatiow tcbeme . wiU give
the rebels that unity and firo li lb Sdulj;
f r .Jri.' la' tteir.caaW than -alliances,
nff,r.ir tnd defensiT,' with H the powers
Europe. Whether they design UV not, this
precisely what the' fxdical -emiiclpattonlBU
call Ihem Abolitionist j, Republicans,, or y,
what name yoa please, are laboring to give
the secessionistsand thirt dlisblve the Union-:
For their policy mnat end Jo one of two things:
Either the febel Coafaderacy.'wiU Uiately
achieve ila independipce, or, by a "war of
subjugation and extermination," the present
Southern States, or most of them,' will be blot-
ted out from the map ,of the United States.
Either will work out tho-dissohitibn 'and final
end of the old American Union.
The Increased Duties on Tea, Coffee,
etc.
A bill on Monday, Deecembtr 23, paseed both
Houses of Congress, and was signed by -pe
President, providing for an increase of duties
on tea, coffee, sugar and molasses. The duty
on tea Is to be twenty cents per pound, on coffee
five csnts, on sugar two and a half, three, five
nd eight cents, and on molasses eight cents per
gllon. The N York Tritons remarks:
With regard lo the doty on tea this is to be
said- While the qualities and prices of different
kinds of tea are so various, there is manifest In-:
fustics in making no discrimination in the du
ties. The tea used by the poor-f-aoeting forty
cents per pound should not be made to pay as
much as that of the rich costing one dollar or
more. We do not complain that twenty cents
mr.h far the Invest rite: but if it is the
lowest it should not also be the highest, whllo
there is snob a wide difference between the
!; .nit nrfnii of the tea aaed by the two
Classes. If it is right for the poor to .pay in this
.... It is eartainlv right for the rich to pay pro-
Dortionablv : and this, under the system pro
posed, they will not do.
How Charles Escaped.
Chaslii Andeso!, formerly of this State;
who lately esoaped from Texas, where he was
held as a prisoner by the secessionists, delivered
a lectnre in New York, on the evening ot uec
31, in which he gave the following account of
fail escape from Ban Antonio.
My purpose was to" give my familty ten days
to reach urowneviue r Muiuii,w uuw
(hem ten days' stay there, and then to make my
escape, which would give them a'margin of ten
days more before it could be known, Ifl frowns
rtllfl. ihns aivine them thirty days to go out of,
the eouitrr.Al the end. of about ten days.
thinking It time lor me to be arranging for my
departure, (-chanced to see a yoa geafteman
44 Brooklyn, Wm. Bayard, son of Win. A. Bay
ar, -;ho oame Into the camp on a VftTt to Major,
Meckling, in whosS custody rwat.'-RBmembef-inr
from -ehaaee.eonvenatioBiI.iiad with
him two years previous that we were of the
same political sentiment! in regard to tbe Uoioa,
I at onoe resolved to conspire with him for my
scape. - tfvm it .!lliv(
After he had spoken with his cousin (Mapr
Heckling,) I asked himlf "be tilayed backgam
mon. Hs replied '1hat HO tTid toKKnowing
that I most in soms way Ustze the occasion, J
authoritatively ordered Trim to sit down that I j
might teach btm tbe game. He tdok his seat, I
and I began a long and dull lecture upon the
principles of the gams, and, as Shakespeare
ays. talked an Infinite deal of nothing about
the throws of the dice, eto , for the purpose' e
wearing out the attention of the guard, who
was tbe wife of the Major. For --example,
when I threw IrayS ace1, 1 -would say, "Trays,
trays aee a miserable throw for me,". and ask
ed, in the monotonous tone of. the- playi if he
didn't" wish to go to New York. He at fifBt
looked surprised so surprised as to alarm me;
bnt in little while, catching tbe trick, and
with better skill as an actor than -myself, he
added to some remark of Ms own, "Yes, in
deed." Whereupon during the plsj we eonaoct
ed a plan of esctpe. ,
To make my imprisonment more secure, In
addition to my being confined to . the chain of
sentinels, the sentinels were each required to
call ont every half hour the boor of the night,
and add that "all U well.M -Thie reaJly irave
,k. .iinntuffa of knowlne at each half Lour
mhathf the sentinels were near my tent. Be-
tide these eeatinehs and the lieutenant, who
slept in the small room of the tent opposite my
own, four special guards were put In a tent op
posit the space between my own room and the
Heutenaat's. I had always put my boots outside
my tent at night, to make tbe guards believe
that I was secure in the tent : I bad given ont
that I bad ne other pair of boots than these and
asked the Major to buy me pair in town. I
had, however, a pair of show i which I kept se
creted. 1 was also in tbe habit of lacing np the
front of my tent; and as this could not be done
from the outside, an additional reason was giv
en for th guards to think their hwner was
aie.,, ,,., -f ,.. ., ;;,i.iit mi .iMi t .
''',. . !i flj I. a ' MAlTttX. j
nn. l. .t iaaA itn a werw darB rainy
night, when one of those tremenuuue . ----galea
called a' -North. wa. b owi, I mad.
an excuse to leave wuui . -
thai I woatgo au4sma.mv,boua "J
boot outfid- as Usual, lacta up mj wf'V,'
I vl. I- j;tlf. an lhl it would lOOK. M
thong ihj kntsajwatw etiokiuK P P
u-.r?.!: .iu.7;i.f .j-iuj nnt.and deliberate-
ly walked tbrouRQ the traiu oi """-
i. ,:... ...... ',n,i.nnvi from logins may
... i ti. rendezvous, whore a none
u.i L mj .mi started on mf journey
nail uecu uruviucu, - - . - -
to Mexico.' I took the Laredo road, wnwethe
lodUM bid killed fouros fir -10 f J
oeTfrom which. 1 argued they won d fly iron.
When rcfbftfoil th 1 river boundary of. Texas
'.snouted "God and Liberty 1" with moro than
Mexican zeal, and, per cuntra, entagea xn jome
i;... nn..rUm nn-3etr. Liav A aua tua
Southern Confederacy which I think it wen
an fri Knni.k'1 in ninfl dag I came to Montereyi
whera Gov.-Vidanrrl kladly onirea me a sun. m
M?:caritt5., AtVittoria I was wakened' tip
hiniJ nf hmtaonpurs ' at 3 o'clock in the
r- r r---,--"-. ....... ...j ...
tiiorning, wim me remarn vuv "
- A,i4iin-n whs tn v' kind friend and
rio.i'. . - - " J , . .
any, tors nonie youm.' irum cruu.yu, --
X.IlnW nil .hn atl nflM TT1B flfl hOrSCbaCk. With
6bly $25 kt' tho s'tart, and 12 oents in his
pocket When be reached me.';' '"'
ll appears inv nuvr numnuu . "-r-hfJcaptorj
-adopted ftu theory that he had
smofcea h;s hYoscl&tnus td such an extent that
It had mads him xnBane, ana ioai ne uu tuu.
mittca Btiicldd, and bis remains were dilligently
searched fdr ln' streams and oy places morr
abouta'.-' "."V".".1' :,
Army Swindling—The Congressional
Army Swindling—The Congressional Committee's Report.
1 1'Ae , Clnciuuti Tim is doiug the country
some booU -by publishing tne repoti or me
. . .i.-
Congressibn'ir 'Committee bn ; the Infamons
piuiidenng that has been committed by the pete
rrhint officers tt Washinoton. ..j We doubt
If veri In the history of any government, has
suc asio'nnBlng awindllng been committed. It
UWriaVwble (oauppoee, that all ibis riscal
ity could be curried oa without the knowledge or
cognizance of those having 'this immense pattoii-
sge to. bestow. , , u. """..'t ' '-., 1 1...
n.TbJi Comm'Utee thus! speaks of the trsnsac
tfon wf a Mr. MoVgaD,' si brother ln law of the
Secretary Vif'iDe NavyJ and a relative of Gov
JQrgan,pt new.ipr, , . ,., . . l: ...
CONDUCT OF SECRETARY OF NAVY INDEFENSIBLE
AND REPREHENSIBLE.
j
i Put ta the' airauxemenls the
Sceietary pf.tho Wavy and Mr. Morgon, under
,wbiol.tb compeuaation ot ttas agent lor the
laervlces thus rendered, tbe committee aesire
eepeaxaliy to., call stienuuu in inis ognnecuuu,
aaoka cUnrtMjter, ,wnumcr ivoem me supuiaKu
amount received tt iu tne moae ot payment,
iike indetensiile ana reprenensiDie- l nat ar
mncment is a sistenx of .commissions, usually
wnA-Ml Jislf par cent .of ths purchase money
ni,t inr each vesseii anu oae uoaer wnicn jur.
Morgan received, ,as compensation, during the
ni.ri.id of Beven wecks previous to ths 6:h day of
SeDterhbcr.'wheq this testimony was taken, the
iT. '. - e14r.HS to .dmllliwl hlmanll
hi-riirAxhe committee. ' ".'
When'this testimony was taken, informallon
of ti extraordinary character' and Import was
communicted to the department, in the hope
that an buse so glaring, woes pointed out,
might be corrected.'. "Yet, notwithstanding the
deDirtuieut became thus possessed or tbe in tor
-nation that its own ageut' was,' by this system
nf finmmissiOdy.'amaSiioe a private fortune, tbe
niYmmltte have-been surprised to lesro, from a
recent 'tommUhleatlon from- tne wary uepart
mmtii furtiieliine them' with -tbe bumberand
WriRM of vessels pnrchseed by Mr. Morgan for
ttictiOVrrnmcoi since psm iu uaj oi oepicm-
ber,' that-the cost of those thns purchased by
' . ... . . j c.i. J r t.' . .
amounts lif th aggregate, to tno sum
A "BIG THING" FOR MORGAN.
!
.
,
i If he has received the same rate of .compen
sation since as before that date, there must be
added to the sum of iblfitii paid Dim before
that date, the further compensation ol $43,424
for services rendered sines, -making in all the
sum of ty&.OUB. paid to a single individual for
his services as. agent of the Government since
the, J5th nay of July, a period of over four
and oi'e-bulf months. .... ,
, Mr Morgan insisted iu his testimony, and
seemed to believe that this large compensation
was received by bim, not from the Government,
nut from, these who soiu tneir snips to tne uov-
o. nment. and was therefore justifiable. But the
Committee can admit neitnor tpe premises oi Mr
Mursan. nor tbe conclusion bed'AWSirom them
la point of , fact. this. Jarge; compeosttion was
Dsid.iatbe end,, out of .the Treasury : of the
United States; but if it bad been paid by those
who dealt with the Government, it would bave
bean equally. Indefensible.. No department of
this . Government has. the right to place its
agents in a position, At clothe them with the
power: under pretepoe of compensation for ser
vices rendered the Government itself, to take
from the pockets of patriotic cltiseos coming
forward with their menns to . tne support. oi ine
Governmuut in the day of its trial, such a sum
ol money as, is here found te have been di
verted into ibe pocket of Mr. Morgan. No cit
izen can justify any such attempt to convert tbe
puhlic'nccesajtice Jnto an occauon for making
fortunes.'' ITltbe true that this agent of the
' ...... I .llU I,
1 UQVcrniuCul lij pmu vf i.u.au wuii uciii wuu it,
1 the Committee are at a loss 10 unuers-.ana upon
what principle prevailing in Dusiuess or morais
the agent of One party is thns put iu the pay of
the pther party. It Is worso than an absurdity;
it hi directly'dcmorxlizing and injurious to the
public service. -,
'ue':Cb1c0 Tim, speikiog of this matter,
wellsaya:.-,!.. k
We do not ees how the President can retain
SereUr Welles, of the Navv Department, in
officerunlfcfls ' (no 'latter cna, ancT'shall, wholly
explain awsy-eertain tratsictions brought to
iisht bv tbe Congressional Investigating Com
mfttoe. Whose report has just been published
One of these transastions was witn the brother-
In-law of the Secretary, named George D. Mor
gan, of New York, for the purchase of vessels
for tbe Government. Morgan was a wholesale
grocer; sever bad any experience in aeating in
ablpi, and was appointed over the head of Com
modore iireeze, commandant ot tne Brooklyn
Navv Yard. - Morgan was so inexperienced that
three haTarcfflccrs were appointed to go with
htm to correct his blunders, and was allowed
to charge two and-a bait per cent, on pur
chases, by which he realised over $95,000.
Tbe commissions were pnia oy ine setters ot
vessels, but it appears the sums all came out of
the public treasury, as sellers added the amount
of commissions to the price of vessels. The
testimony shows that the beat talent and expe- j
neuce lur ouymjc reseda vuuiu uavc ucvu uu-
tained for $5,000 per annum.
Caa anytbinir be conceived more sbatnctul
and dissaioof ol than this? Such a transaction
in ordinary times wonld be in the last degree
infamous;' In these times of general calamity,
when tbe cost of the war is seriously affecting
every pocket in the land, and when every citi
zen is preparing to make severer sacrifices still
on the altar of patriotism,' it Is, if that bs pos
sible, something more than infamous.
Tbe country wilt, not permit it to pass into
forgetfulnce i. Mr- Welles must clear his skirts
of guUt-aod how can he? or the President
musl'clear him outof the Cabinet. If parity
be not in the Cabinet, we may not look for it in
subordinate officers' in any department of the
Government. Tbe. luvestigating Committee
bave discovered fraud and corruption In low
places as well as blgh; bet what mockery to
punish small criminals and excuse great ones.
What mockery to bold ths petty Quartermaster
to accountability, and not visit disgrace upon
the offending Cabinet Minister? ".'.'. j
piiy join m
Gcntrtl Sherman Issued an order at Port
Royal, recently, suppressing newspaper report
ers, lie jcemplained .that their publications
gave information to the enemy which it was
highly deferable -should bs withheld from him.
Tbe press sen had an interview with bim, pro
fessed repentence,. promised to be careful in the
future, and peaeo was restored. . , , r,,. .',
OT Says the New Bedford Mercury: What a
grand idea ! landing on- Ship Island end at
tempting to take New Orleans with an Abolition
proclamation.' !". -
I ' I f Vt .ft,
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:' 1
Foreshadowing.
The Clnolnnati 0$ettt on abristmai morn
ing had the following slgntfloant parage:
IiT Englabd presuming upon our oeiog so
fully occupied with civil war as not to be able
to resist ber added power, shall, peremptorily
demand tbe delivery oi mason ana duubu,
therefor necessary that -w should peril our
success against the rebellion, and our national
..i..n.. nn ihln nnestlonT Therw is no ques
tion nf liiternational law which- will lustlfy
nation in risking Its existence la disputing it--? t
.IThe last aentnoe Is Jlttle obscurslbul
there Is' rib mistaking the dauittU drift. It u
that if the Administration abouMdoem ft nee-
n. ni,.wiii .Int the rebellion.'' to
rfva no Mason and Swuit. Jt fUI.be jnatified
Tr ' . .ti J ...I V Ika
in mirrenderinir them upon ine uoiubmu v. .
British Government. '
" The Iudlanapolia Journal of the 23d, con-
tains a paragraph which we are surpnsea auu
. . . .
nairted to see. It is as follows:
r - ... . .i . ali.
There is uo disguising the laoi mat tne yum
and Virginia regiments, in the recent battle in
25th Ohio ran over the 13th 'Indiana while the
latter was in Una. of battle, anatnrewuemuiu
soms confusion, wnicu was tne principal
k. 13th tnainff ai manv men as it did The
13th recovered from its momentary shock, and
succeeded in retaking some prisoners oi ouaj
of 300 it bad captured and compelled to stack
arms before ths needles and precipitate retreat
of the 25th Ohio. Had the Ohio and Virginia
troops stood thsir ground, the vlotorv ot Gen.
Milroy would have been more complete, as he
would have certainly captured all, or nearly all,
of tbe enemy, with their supplies and equip
ments. Tbs Indiana troops did all the good
fighting that was done, and deserve all tbe
credit of the battle. So far, the Hoosler boys
bave been sucoessful in every engagement
where they have crossed fire with the enemy.
We believe this to be grossly unjust to tbe
25th Ohio, which lost more men in the fight
than any other engagea on our siue iw mug
liatol killMl and wounded, which we published
several dava ago, Is sufficient answer to the
Jnurnkl'i .lander. We would not detract from
the glory Indiana has won In tbe war, but the
spirit that would exalt the troops of one State
.nH HinriAnme these of another, rs tbat of a
petty and Vulgar looal pride, becoming only the
ignorant and the malignant and Is nearly related
to seoossionism. OmnMrcisi m '
' It In bpnfliallv conceded that Indiana has
- o i i 1 - -
had all the advantage tbat oould be derived from
an extraordinarv amount of puffing and blowiog
So long as there is any advantage to be derived
by this, without disparaging others,, we have
no objections; so far as we are Inlormed this is
palpably uojust to the Ohio troops. -.
Foreshadowing. Kentucky on Fremont and Cameron.
Tbe following resolutions were recently adopt
ed bv the Kentnckv Legislature'. ' ""' ''
'Resolved, That in bis modification ol Fre
mout's proclamation and of ; Secretary- Came
ron's report, the President of tbe United Slates
has given-earnest and gratifying evidenqe oi
his Durnose to administer the Government under
the sanction of the Constitution; and foe, bis
faithfulness under the. oirenmstauces be is en
titled to the thanks of every loyal hearted map
in the State and nation.' . , ,
"EesoheJ, Tbat we respectfully request . the
President of the United States to dispense with
the services of Mr Cameron as a member of
his Cabinet." ...... , , , ,: .:. ....'
Referring lo these resolutions! the Chiosgo
Times aays. "' ' '-''' -1 " ,
"W do not know' where the President' can
more confidently look for good advice and safe
counsel than to the Legislature of Kentucky,
representing, as it does, the sterling Union sen
timent of tbat noble State.' This Legislature
has just expressed its desire that Mr. Cameron
shall be removed from tbe Cabinet. We ven
ture the assertion that a vast majority of the
loyal people of the loyal States join In that
desire. We of course do not count abolitionists
as loyal people, Bow reasonable tbat tbe
President should respond to the wish of so
many good people." , .,, ..'
Sutlers for the Army.
The Washington correspondent of the New
Yoik WorW, Deo. 21st,' says: ' . ' '
SENATOR WILSON AND THE SUTLERS.
To change, from thes field movements, to
details of tne army organizatisn. I ne projected
reform in tbe sutler department Has, 1 am
happy to say, a fair prospect of speedy accom
plishment. Tbat indefatigable and unllnch-
ing patriot, Senator-Colonel Wilson, has about
matured hia plan for remodelling the antler sys
tem, and will bring it to enaotment, despite
the opposition set on foot by the multitudinous
host of greedy cigar and whisky venders, who
are henoetortb to spare a iiwe ox tne soiaiere
nav to the soldier's wife and children. . - ''
Col. Wilson's first idea Involved the complete
abolition of tbe office or antler, ana an exten
sion of the scope allotted to the quartermaster's
department; so that the latter might embrace
tbe disposal of thread, needles, tobacco, nd
such other articles as tbe soldier la acknowl
edged to need, but for whtoh charges would bave
to be made against his pay. This plan ia virtu
ally abandoned, on aooount of the burdensome
addition which it wonld make to the duties of
an already overworked .department, . Col. W
now. I believe, triposes the following reforms
i First Tbat a list of articles, which alone
sutlers shall be permitted to vend, aball be fill
ed out by a military commission, and made
a portion of the army regulations. -
&cond That every . kind of intoxicating
liquor shall be sxcluded from said list. .....
TAiniThat the schedule of prices which
each sutler shall be allowed to charge shall be
arranged not, as at present, by tbe field-offi
cen of tbe regiment but by the brigade-gen
eral, adjutant, quartermaster, and inspector;
and that this tariff shall then be submitted to
tbe division-general for revision and approval.
J"'eirfA Tbat a sutler shall be elected not
by the field-officers of a regiment, as at present
but by ou tbe commissioned officers, captains
and lieutenants Included. - -''
Fxflh Tbat a sutler violating tbe conditions
under which be holds office shall not only snffer
lossof the position, bnt eonfisoation of all his
wares and merchandise contaiped within the
army linee.-"'- b l '- v - a
Some of the details of the above plan may be
erroneous, but I bave tbe best authority lor say
ing that its substsnoe will be incorporated in
Senator Wilson's biW. The necessity for each
provision named will be patent to alt familiar
with the causes and gross character of the
abuses to be thus checked, -ibe Oistlngolsbed
head of the Senate Military Committee, who
is -accomplishing this laudable project, has
been greatly aided in the legislative services he
ie enabled to render tne army, oy me praouoai
knowledge of its meriti and demerits, derived
from bis own experience aa Colonel of the Mas
sachusetts Twenty-second. '- No man ie doing
more than be, in his doubly-honored eapaoioy,
for tbe great canse now invoking the most un
selfish patriotism of Americana-' -p
Rebel Forces in the Field.
' Tire recent messages of the Governors,
and other offioial documents put. forth by the
State authorities, enable us to form a pretty
correct estimate of the etrepgth of the rebels
now in tbe field. It is, leaving off odd ban?
drsds, as follows: , . f ', V ' ' . '
- StaU.- - - '. Authority., u. i !w...a v. Jfc.
Oeorgla .Ooeinor'llej.fe...o..Ji7,000
Ioaliana......floTernor's MeiMfe....... .,,25,000
gonth Carolina ..Oovernor'. ktemage.... 19,000
Virginia ...Governor'. Mewage. (.,..83,000
Tenneoiee Govetnor. f roclMlltB...J.Si,uue
Krnlaoky rt.i.,.Vetliu'Id. -.. .,. 10,000
lliuonrl ....iiJ.-VrMt frodaautioa .......... 9,000
Alabama'. .. .'. .... EirUn&ted . .28,000
M lisiMlppi. , . T Ickuburg tan, i'J . A . .'. m ... .1,000
Florida BilbaaKS . ... . .;... . 10,000
Text. nuim.Wd. ................ .,,30,000
North Carolina.,. iOoTornor'a Menage. ...... .... .33,000
Arkanta. ..Report of Adjutant gf 8lt....-S4,SO0
Maryland , Kittmated ...... .... ... ... ........ 3,000
;Totai
. tJ A Baltimore correspondent bt the New
York Times proposes an original-method of
making alaves inure to the damage of the rebels.
He proposes to drive the slares back Upon their
masters, who mult for their Dwn preservation
maintain and feed them. Pork being $15 per
barrel in the South,, bo thinks the negroes
wonld soon produoe a famine, nd hunger vlll
rerfues anybody. i. a-mm ttt'i- -i u u..;iiu
.' 'Jil'C, C tt. lt ft) ji J,,,, tlttfH alt tl;
) Li EJ tts sniil jo.woli'Vl vit si
HEW ADYERTISEIIERTS.
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THE OHIO PENITENTIARY.
Orrics 0ro PsmTtsnARt.l
. t , OolaBBOS, aes. 14, look . r
QliUD Waal wlJIW2fW f J
furnlsblDi ths lnltttuUoa with
30500; lbs.rBeef
Mr wesk. dellvsrt to ths four qoartor), saoi .week, In
ai .NportloDMn Mondays. Wsdntsdavaj ind
toanua5l3li,ie.t'ul ib,im. tasBcsf
oh otgoSiqualllj; from eattU not wlghln less than
m Jbs. net, .... ; '" ' Ti
1 i.500boiiii9aaBief
per werti trfdt-JaauaryTith'.'lSeS, to SaTi 134, 1863.
E "Jl'V.- ... nn.llt.. oleirof knooklA boos
aSh?, ShiqainW tbi isc, .rdt-lntobl
u ths Warden oay direct.
150 bbls. Mesa Pork, 150
bbls. Prime Pork,
to bs pot np froai oorn-fed hogs, and paokad with New
York or llverpool ooarw salt. Bids, will bs entertained
for flttj bureu, and npwardi. . ,
Alio; bids will be reeled at' ms sams time, and for
the tame length ot time, lor ths clear, roogh and salt
create of the Initltutlon. ... ,;
So bide will bo oonildered unl satWactory stourlty
for the lilthrul performanos of the same accompany
each bid. ... ....n..
No Wds will oe reoeirea on in oj "'";
aOHN A FKBNTIOS, Warden.
. H. B. PAB80N8,) ,
.,t-,. . i a - 1 - '' j j. WOOD, I Dlrtclori.,,
'.." '-' i " j,fK jannbt;;.), , ..
'' inii.iiiu nnl.n . tlaw.rk North ArMrloas, Polawan
Quatto, Laoculu OaaeUo,and London Obranlolo will
pleaio oopy till day, and send bills In triplicate, receipt
ed, to the Warden. u .. - - " "j'- ''
deoSCdtl.ui ii
L.. Ml i. o '
1862 1862.
1862 1862. EAST.
1862 1862. EAST. WINTER ARRANGEMENTS
TIME CHANGED.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
STEUBENVILLE SHORT LINE
RAILROAD,
RAILROAD, UNITED.
OONNBOCIltd'AE PUT8BTJMH WITH THE
Pennsjlyania Central Railroad
ihorteet, QnickeaS snaet IMott Deslrst.
bio Hanie s all tiaetersi Clttea.
i . Trains Leave polumbua as fojlowi: : Jl
J?ai:li ia "
vu sTsnuoimu.
Mornihgt Express.
far un
?10?,Jf.) ,4:00 A. Ml .845 P.M.
AaatVi at rirmroaoH
"S:A.M- 4.10P.M. 10S0P.M.
t .!..
' 16:40 A. M
.4:10 P. U.
',J:llli',V.
,. abkivs at WAaaniDae
,: ,J:U0P.M. 10A. M.
""'"Aiarvai't kAiTiwoRB " ;
ftJOA.11.'
iikm at raiLASirau. .
5:20P.M. .7:40 A.M.
8:15 A.M..
i yl-i.
'Sioof.k
.tsop, ill.
8:80 A
.7:40 A.M.
i - ' mw Tom via AunrrfrWir. n. r,
:i 00 Ai M. K50 P, M. ; 110 A. M. 5:30 P. M; -';
,. . VIA rWtLAMXHnA .:: I.
1:45 P. M.j 10:15 P.M. 1:45 P.M. S'OOP.M
n .11 .: . ' - I . u I
' Paeiengert by this line iacb Mew fork la edrenos.ef
VIA ALUKTOWN. ii
any sioruwro rouie, , : a ;
- 8:45 P.M. train Is tbs only one from Colombo, at
this hoar, by which paMODgers can reaoh Baltimore or
Waeungton in following nay, ana arrivw in rntiami
phia or Mew kork before dark. y
JIjfaieeplng canon all ntghttraloi. r ";
Xhe only Remtw 1 rwm Cslumbus t
. kSalttnawre, S?bllalelpbla or
...a, .. .... New lark : )'-:
WITH ONLY CUANGf oF CARS
Thli train aliro eooaeets at Ballaire with tbe Ba Itlmorc
and Ohio Ballioad.
. TTTTbll ronUi Is 80 MIXES BHORTBR to Pltttbnroh
andator than-100 MILS 8 8UORTKR to New York,
than MorUierTi tinea. - -
HT Baggage Checked Through to all Im
portent pointa aat. - - -
ITT Ask for Tickets via Bellatre or Steo,:
benvllle. - :'-- -
tur i loaavs uooa over oiuier aoum. . -.u
. 1,,,-v - JOHN W. BBOWN, '
. i. . -.:' General Ticket Agent Central Ohio B. B.
' ' 1 IRA A. BTTTCfflNBON,
' Qonaral Tickat AgentawabuvUle SborlLUa.
" Columbiu, Deo. S4, lCl
WK have removed to ear new stores, 70 and 78 Tine
. atroet, between Second and Pearl .treeta, where we
ball ba pleaaed to aee onr mend, and ouitomera.
With a large and eomplete .took of
Groceries of All JZinds,
and greatly Inoreaaed facllllle. for doing baalnen, we are
prepana to mppiy buyer, on tne ooet raroraoie term.,
, i WM. GLRNN k B0N8.
..Cincinnati, Pes. 18,1881. . ., ... ,. ,
w. puues. Jf. m. mil. a. BTBoao, jr. o
T.euwM.
WMa GlENN & SONS;
ITIiblcsalc Groc3ers;
70 arid 72 Tine Street,'
Oetweeai Second and Pearl Its..
XTOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Xl the nnderaigned ha. tbia day been appointed by tne
Probate Court of Franklin oounty. Ohio, administrator
of the eaUte of KPHRAIM COVKRT, late of Pleasant
town.nip, in aald oounty. dSoeaMOj.
Dated una mn oay oi vecemmr, a. u. iroi.
.1 WILLIAM 0. BBOWN.
dcc)3-dltcw3w
. . . .! t it i . . ;
Orrics orraa Oouiwsna atXoru B. B. Co. I
Oowbvos, Dee. 16, iflfll.
mm STOHKHOLDBRa 01 TBI OOLTJMBTJS AND
A Xenia Railroad Company are hereby notintd that
the Annnal Meeting for the election of Dlreotort lo Mrve
the epiuing year, and for other parpoeee, will be bold at
ths office of the Company in Colombo., on Tneaday, the
7(h day of January. 1888. between ths hour, of 10
oo look A. n. and t e'oiaoB r. m.
OIHUS VAX, eecreiair
decl7-d3w ; ,; -, ,
NEW ' O O AL YARD
mllE ITSIIIKBSIaTINED KEEPS COR
JL BIAMILX on band and for sale, the beat quality of
OCltllSltATK COAC,"
ttii.1, h will nil at the lowest market Price..
Call and wnmtne my uoai seiorw parona.uig
WbOaot at the iters of Bradford, Baydam Co., head
ofCanal. ... . ''
v. r. evivrnm
sepSO-3m . . .. .
TT
CRT STILISH STRIPED-CLOTH
V HH AWLR. la now deelms at S3 00 Value 5 00,
BBA
1 500
500 van
ard. super rum jiiaoa oua at i w-tib
aJ,..k w...nA. anualVaall7UatBaardi ' '
(1 SSayaid
m l Oft . ...A . , ' . - i -
" 7ceauv-vainawi wanra.
-.' i . 1 ' XN BON,
0.11S ' Ho . 80 Bonth High gtreet.
1 AA nari sjabssai.
1UU SOaaoaHo.ieov.rnment Nntsaep.. , .'
, i .i "a moves, , ai i 4, i J . .4 v
10 boxe. OUron. , . . ,. .,,
' 30bonaMBBaillne. -
US Layer, do. ., . .-..-.,. ,4j .
100 dram. rig. ' ,'
, ' . S omIu Banto cerrkBts, ete. ete.
Ja itpre for sale by
WM. H. MbTTBATTX,'
, ,i 101 fionthBigbitRet, i
BOVlB
BLACK. STRAW BONNETS AMOEa,.
ogam Atbhoas, la great variety '"';"
-et& imn.-.ic tL.iKi . aie.-ws, tugasoaav
uMin H ; i ilr.-tt a jh'iioi iio tiiumAir
i-iM jaicust!tit'ii'in..al
.. If-iil if.'I'.f--cK -iV)i
'
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THE HOLIDAYQI
rim iiCLroAYnfi
: 'J ' t-i ; U
lANDALL & ASTON'S.
HATE RETURNED rHOMi 'itE
' JiAHTIRN OtTIBB Willi A " 4 -"
: x ..... '
tfoi & Ui:tvj;uitt- t-'jnti'
MAGNIFICENT STOCK
Hi A ii w. nf -aB kinds of (food, for
TJB HO
S
All bought for CASH at the L0WB8T FIGURES, and
Will b. sold at OORRBSPONDINQ PRIOKI . ,
V'-
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O' -j'-i' ""-
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I I (. J .'ill. .. I U.I -m
. ENGLISH & AMERICAN
JUV ID I Xa JU 0,
for lbs little. Onas-A large Varleay,
, ,., , .. i ... ; r a - k t i I
BIBLES, PRAYER & flYMN BOOKS,
, . Of all Kind.. ',
..... i. iii'.
'"":'' "' ' ' ..I .f ' .( t'i '.w'
, j is , . i - ,4 j nt
STANDARD POETS,
, ri.H
And other fine Books, at prloee sever so cheap befort.
. . . na '
. i 4 ' . r 1-' f
. i .. JJ ! iil
The Richest Desks,
4
PAPIER MACHEfi
.. . MAHOGANY, ; ' -,.
,, , ..EBONY &
: . ; .r::-;;::.:'..vALN0T.
W OR fC BOXES.
ODOR.QASES, k. ' i .
, i JEWEL CASES,
'
i I J. ' - -
-
-.'..i ...
. n ifitv rhnrf J Ti M
WATOH CA8E8,
- . r
; CIGAR CASES,
Of all kind, of material, and ot the mott beautiful
dnigns. .-
Games & Puzzles.
PORT FOLIOS.
' ' fnrnithed and Plain.. ,
Photographic'Albuis,
S s i Zy.i .Usui
A choice lot, and more coming.
' Pictures for. Saline '
Of all. dhtlnguUhed and sxtlngulahed Amerkant and
luropeaa..- They era aH -ft. agony Bow, and -80
NIOB" for the eibiblHon and safe keeping efiamiliet
and frlen4.,.., 'mm
NEW STEREOSCOPIC PICTURES,
DlSTHESSIltGsLT CHEAP
-i ; .-. I i t '--' ..1 J
, i.
mmm mmwsm:
' r TO If ATOH
. r B . i
WtadTlaoutold sad s. many new friends u may
feal diipoaed te bny handsome goods, cheap, to coma eb-
fore the RUSH, so that they pay hTSome. satlifae-1
tlon in pnrchailng.
i.' . . .tui-..i
LADJES' BltlCTJUlVr .'
PUE8KS,-CABEES, "
ASD BAGS," '
la enileta variety,, and very cheap. ' ' -'
V1
DRESSiNGES;
i . Oi (' i ' ; t ,f... i XA. -' r
j ,f..:i ii-
Of sll kinds, and many fine little BBAUT1SB, which
can only bt appreciated, by being teen.
Keaember that money was never so plenty before In
Oolpmbnt. and at, It fAfasBteBsliai to..,;,,,';,,
'....u -i jarf. . :. , i.nC'i t-w ;" iii r-i liT'
these ayabe hi the faebbra for ones any wayV and
call at . ., . , : .
109 SOUTH JIGH STREET, '
RANDALL & ASTON
ii
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Toil
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The, PilXYa t,..i w-i.-a . -Tbe
TEI.WEEKLT at' iUI
The WEEKLY;1 at tlie low rate of,
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.if,.,. .1 ..v,.,i..fl-.t 1. .nin
rvsm IW1H vv i i 'BFfl': ran
UaiLV.-YUI-
" ' " Bubscriptions to the Diiir hA TWWbbklt pmaaun will be reoeived; c 4 ' "!'
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" :'lrS a bDiroei .. in amv
::,;1;:;L1,,.A..i...Yronii .,-,..-..-. i v. . ,.1.',-i ,,...,.., i
" At the usual rates. As an established and reliable organ of the Demoeratie party, ) v..i
THE STATESMAN
ii.TtiiVi:!
"II. -I -( I 1
. Ia the futvre, as ia the past
PRINCIPLES' OF THAT-GRAND OLD PARTY,
Whleh has been ao Truitful of good to the PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES; and wi
.,i s...-.i faithfully urge the nestAblishriieril and supremacy of the.
DSMOCRATIO " CREED : AND . POLICY - IN ALL Ml STATES
l".'.U.-'j
Aa etBCntial to the complete
mm S v- -w w -a VA.f
JC JLZA AA,
.... j i0n the basis on which that
'' The Stattsmak will support the AdWistmfion of the General Goremmerit in all legal and
constitutional efforts to put down rebellion ; and sternly resist the efiorto made is aetne quarters
to eonvert the present unhappy wnrlntp an AbpliUon ernsade.'1 " ' " ' T
" It will eonstantly firga economy in the public expenditures, and the moat rigid aecouoialuliry
, of ell publio otBosra. i.. . u..j - ...-. '--;;-,., -d ,M .ori .
Aa a medium of general news, the Statesman will endeavor to make itself acceptable to its
numerous readers, and stall times supply them, with ". S
"" tit; Of thehome and foreign mark'eU. In iUwlumns , j i; -.j.jf.ijjA
THE BUSlNEsk TOE FARMER', MECHANIC JLND LABORER
Wilt find their'lntre9ts.conBultie4 imd attended to, and no eflbjt wilt be spared Wraake it a first
class newspaper. . .. ' . ,. , , - -j .-( , . - v it-.-- ' )
pnftng the approaching session of Congress we wurbave a talented and aeeompnshsd eorrer
j pendent at Washington, .through whom our readers.will.be furnished with trrnoh valuable aadi
reliable information. ' --I t :.a
The doings of onr own State Legislature will be fully reported, and the local news of ther
, State and our own immediate vicinity, will have a due share of attention. . .' . -s j.y
We urge upon our friends ia all parts of Ohio! and ths .North- Western States, td rid in'extend-
ing the circulation of the Statbsicab, sinee by
sound political doctrines and reliable general inti
THE
EM
OHIO
To anv person raisins a Club of Ten Subscribers to the Wxeklt Ohio Statbskab,- and
- ' . r a. ii .u M :ll .1
Sending US WO money ' 1 sen aounm wr wo
,- All oraers wui oe prompny nwuuou w, . t
Address,
November 1,1861,
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Ltf'AODHiGGliLr,
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, j .j.'-.i Bnu'A .ili to. Si- i o4"'
.B.ikvvfi:T vi:.t4Awi a-'
. .-. , r, Six Dollars per Annurjia
.us .-h Three Dollars peAliiirr
J'-So i One Dollar per Annuiti
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ih. daxw wui be
IN- tV-Xi i
i farnlshed
PAnf : "ntr ,'! tup rtatf. .
I
IS WELL KNOWN.
il will uphold and defend the V i
, . u. ii.lt. rttljul.i
and perfect re-eonstroction of the
ry'TXT
Ki.XVi
dtAS
Wiorxwae originally formed.'
;, i m;,i..oj
4
s doing, tbey will ass lit in the promttlgstion of
enoe.
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A ..U
limit
mm, wo mu bobu um vui'y graua,
MANTPENt A MILLEK.
jU Jublishsrs of the Qhie Staeasmaa,
' OoiuxBtn, Omo.
STATESMAN
VUWI.
SUBS CRIB EES' NAMES'.
AND " '
BtANK BOOKMAWUFACTOHVe
.''
' BFLENDIIILX XUIfl-EU wim
IMPEOVED MACHINERY
ad; .vr:',,:...
N. -W; "Ii E P A V.O R: Supf;:
N03. 32 34, 30, 3a NORTH HIQn CIRRBT,
Sfatesinati Bnlldlna;, Necond rioor,
;;. ,orer K. nevina's Slate steara ;
i Printing Itoems.
EXTRA SUBSTANTIAL " ',
PAGED BLANK BOOKS;
With or Without Printed Tleadingt, on Boptriar Paper.
, , RULED. AND BOUND ;.
j ;,'sw rwM Paitew.'ip .11,,'...,
. , ' , -- u il V ' .
. . . . '. .-. i .. Ji j .
STATS DBPABTMBNTS. .-; : -. a . , . . i
.' ' RAILROAD OVflOBS,'-' 1 r
BANKING H0U8BS.
' " ' OOtTNTT d?rios7
i I' jiuijL'ij ,lLi i Mohakxi;
- , . B'ltrnibcil at the, towett- Prices. rr-tt
, i hi. j .i-;,.i j-..fiiC.i I :i J '.S
book ji In ding,
, v . KJ ine iqition prcmjtie o(jmi
magazine's.
1 -; monthly publications. ,
- ,;,PAItPnXEIB. pv.j,-,
j!ii iti
' : ; . 1. . ..vl i Mi awl
Bound in anj Required Styla. i.i k.V
..t .!. . ..... vt.l (Ill
BINDING AND &EBtflWNG
For PaUls aa4 Private tlbrarlesl'; '-'.i ,',,', .
Orders from abroad wl)l reeeive prompt abi ipecial
attention. Addreat, , , .'i.,ut,ji,u u'r,'
J. H. RILEY. 'orlN. W. LEFATOR.
Bookaeller and BtaUoner,, ,,,.( Superintendent, j,,.
73 Son in uign Bimi. iui,iuj ,111111017. w,
exovl4Vsi w ' .' - 'f '" 'if aril
C. EBERLY & CO.
b Aril tii.tQ
DRY GOODS' AT . COST,
TV1 11 nU'9)T Vt9 . W'l Ul
TW OONBEfttJBNCI OP -TtTB-HIflrl TRIOl VJI
X cotton 1 ans tnereoent adrsnee' in Drv soodh-and
the eiplratloa ot eareopartnenhlp,' we will, en and af
ter the 88lh day Deoembar, offer ear stock of D17 Good.
Eat., Cap., Boots and Shoe t eort-.er leal than Mew
York wholeaalr-pTleerf and will eontlnns until tbe an.
tire stock la elated ont. - .
The Oiumij and Produce Bnilneas will bs continued
tat mr aaw halldln(. ,..1.1-. . 1 i .
ine 'Ctore-fvom iwewoirooapr wiii esrsr rest, ana
loeaenloa (iven en thii first day ot April, 1803, by Oyrut
'?neTStrWitoWxa f H feeti tn' bnifainA'.lti'rss
ttorlotblKh, and situated, on tbe MuthifAi.Auinexvnf
uiga jnasneua smwu. vo,unMua,inio. ,; oij-.u
.v ir .,, i i'l : "J .,'l 1 i
.1 "J I.' U
zMW. JJOAHDING.tHOUSE.'n :
jyjB.F, SnATLtB HA" OPENED A
, DOAnDING HQUSE J
' At HO 50 BAIT TOWN STBIBT,
Where he can acoomaodatt a number ot Boarder, by the
tl&B' a 3 5 i.i. ? n i 1 a .j rr
MUiuaMi d'umtih Hd:i tj M l .a
,i l m'T . i Juiu .f a .a ,niii "u iawsiT, da
4M rJi
U.J,ii uu-K fi M Vh)0
,U 1 ii POST OFFI0E8. '
,1 v
riEWT8 DOUBLE.BHBASTEir 'ME
KINO UndOMhlrU.
GENTS' HIBBIO XIBBIIIO UrlDER.
OARMKNTS. - Jj-l-,
GEWT8 SILK UNDKH.SHIBTS AND
BRA WEBB. - , k .,
. I ii , ; S f J a"i VBAlTt SpBOW.
Tlf IS9KS, I.ADIC4VAND BOSS' ME-
A.U. .
S1NO Drawer..
BAIN Ik SON.
GENTS' KID LINED GCOVES.
BAIN It SON.
rpUICQT . BEAVEB-CILOAHIIieiS,
-a- new aijiea.
BAIN BON.
ClfAKER FIiANEl SHIRTS) AND
Srawera.
BAIN a SON".
1 AN TON riiANNEL DKAWEBS FOR
Oentl.
I .... I irUl
BAIN SON.
T ADIES'tBTB' ANDMISSEH' DIEU.
a anu undeMhlru.
BAIN k SON.
ENS- FAjrCT JJaAWNEIi SHIRTS.
VJ ' . BAIN k SON.
SHIHTINtJ-'Fr.ANNELM, 'PIiAIN V
Pancy. . -
1,1 tM i-u''tt-BA:IN H SON.
GENTS' AND BOYS' SUPEBIOR
WIUXS and C.llart.
"pHBBALlBOHAt HOOP. BJSIUT A
.... ij. -L.-iu BAIN V ION.
rpHE llfliriOVABLE CIiASPTfOOP
tFM i..:.ia BATii a'son.
TTEit,PFI'A,I,I;S a 18 CENTS,
ll VALTJB SQ oentSt. i, . "
' 1 BAIN It BON.
EtEOANT CLOTH GLOAK, AT BE.
DDOBD Price.. , .
, w a .-- BAIN aV SON.
MIHK COLEABB, SirJFFS CUFFS,
for Itdlee.
" BAIN St BON-1
BED CRIB tt CRADLE BLAN&ETS.
all tlatt, . .
...t. ...i.iKii- BAIN SON
LADIES' WHITE CASHfllEBB Skirts
. BAIN . boh.
,,HE7..aooiis,,
. , ,-, ,. . AT ,-. .. "rr f ' f ,.r
p;.'Eoses:j
HT0 JUST RETfJBNBD FBOIII
new York, I am now Dranml la irr tn th. nnkiw
w??d c",l,n astortrnent of eOOCS I0K QkNia
CLOTHS, J' '
YAdA'K-l C A8SIME RE S. .a '1 v
.jij-.VESTIQNS,
And a general attortnint of"
1 FURNISHING COODS,Ti4W
of the rk-hett sad oeateat ttyles In tie aiarktt; a e f
RAlisYoK JamP. " CHAPlar f?.B?BP-?
. S$?.tM Alttatlsa Paid t BII1U
Jf lor tTjAoBBaiBBfr. i t"f .
ttsviar am Staff rrrwe1n tne Out irfiT Bihnfao.
tare of Offlears' Olothlng, I feel confident I can aire en
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