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Radical Republicanism Destructive American Democracy Conservative.
li i. knom!nff tr dev mort end more P
Barest that It le to ebeCtoserAt.veDe3raoT
that lb eoentry Boat took for the pseeerTatloi.
or iti ire Institiltlons. By tbli tho beye beo
sustained bitberto; y Ibis they mast be upheld
ia the present leeifii crisi..,, r vj. v
WareDMl. the conntfr eott expect ie wefe
i'iveruce from Its present jwii but Ihfeugn tko
r.nn.AmtUm of tW old American Demociaoy
Jt matters little wbat name you gW6 t(Twbet,her
"Demoeraoy;" CoMrwV "Wustituiioe
IIia.'..or MjthiBf else-rth potui.li that Ibe
eanntrr must bt seyed, If Uvea at til, irom an
roby Md despotism, upoa the. prineiples of the
old Jtffrouln and Jctsoula DemocrAcyby
men adhering witb tnflexlbloltiMgrliy W those
Driooinlei. . - -'V-fn-
Thtre Is e ipeoica of Radicalism.!) give H
no harsher name, abroad In the land, -uton ire
quently deludes the unwary and unsuspecting
by assuming to be Democratic. ' But It ia no
mora nart and oaroel of true Amerioan. Dsm-
ooraof than Abolilioamm, ti whlcb, thi Radl
callem Is closely allied, is part and parcel of
true CkmatltnUonal Unionism. . - i .
Abolliiou or Radloai Republicanism is not
nnf not Democratic, in the Amerieao sense oi
k. 'i kt t i1irtl ftnUffonlatie to. true
nmnrrirT. ' It contends for an ideal or ab
tract orlnoiole of absolute equality in regard
to"clil rights, without distinction of rase, color
or social position, and upon that ground bases
Its demand for emancipation, for a new CoobU
tution and a new Gotfroment ' Democracy
abides bv the distinctions recogniied or permit
ted br the Constitution, end. In&leU 'that these
eball not be interfered with, until the people of
the StaUs, to whom that instrument guarantee
the right to establish or abolish them, shall de
t ermine uoon a change. '" ". i
Herein Ilea the broad line of distinction be
tweeo Radical Republicanism and Conserratire
Desaocract. The former may be called Democ
rac In aristocratic England or monarchical
Europe. But it ia not what Americans under
atand by Democracy. It is opposed to Democracy
inasmuch as it i opposed to lb Constitution
and the Union uuder it, and would dee troy oow
la tbe attempt to realize its fanatical ebstrac
elous. It has already acted prominent part
1 n Involving the country in war, anarchy and uu
lumbered woes; it will, if unchecked, continue
(O increase the anaroby and.. ruin it has been
one of tbe oblef instruments in otneing, and
when the roice of aa outraged sul wretched
people cries out against its deception and mis
rule, it will fly to a strong Centrd Government
an aristooray or monarchy, or a compound
uf the two, lor relief.'
Extremists, when their hobby fails them, al
wiv rush to tbe ODDosite extreme Too same
men who are now engaged in pulling down tbe
nillara of the Constitution and cruib'.ng out
State rights along with the rebellion, under pre
tense of establishing a better government and a
purer Democracy, will be the first, when the fal
lac; of their experiment ia expostd, to clamor
lor an aristocratic or despotic government a a
military and political neewsity. They are now
demanding the freedom of black men; their
next step will be to forge chains for the slavery
of white men.
Democrats'. Conservatlres! , To you, under
Providence. Is committed tbe esered trust of
staying the onward march of this reckless
fanaticism, and of conserving the Republic and
its free institutions, 8tate and Federal. Radl
oil Republicanism now, in demanding emanci-
nttian. calls itself Democratic far weuenee
ooo, when it feels forced, by tbe misohifet it
hss caused, to demand a strong contral Gortra
Bent with a standing army, a batienal debt, a
national bank, and other accompaniments of a
despotism, it will claim to be the qulntescence
of Conservatism.' It is for Democrats to strip
off its thin disguises, and expose it In all Its
naked deformity to the world. Whatever
changes, if any, are destined to take place,in
our Government or lnsttyutioni, they most be
directed and moulded by Conservative Demo
crats, or they will IsTmeda to tell only for the
advantage of the oppressors of. mankind. ;
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"Old Ben Wade."
We had almost forgotten- that this' distla-
Juished Abolition agitator is atlll in Congress,
or Ave year Ben was relied upon by his col-
leagues U do the rough work of his party ia
tbe Senate, and be frequently intimidated "blus
tering slave-drivers" by tbe exhibition of un
usual musele. He wss not an advocate oi the
"code of honor," but In what ia technically
denominated a rough and tumble; be was con
sidered by hia admirers, in slde-bolds, the equal
of WUsoo.of Massaehutetta. Wiltonisanon
combatant, however, while Wade would rather
fight than eat., .. ,. V
Well, we see that this Western agitator baa
again been heard front he took bis seat ia the
Senate at the beginning of the present session,
but until last Thursday he sat as modestly as a
young lady al onrietening. Then be was
heard from by offering Ha petition from oltizens
Of Ohio asking that John C. Fremont be made
a Lieutenant General." In offering this modest
petition, we do not see that Mr. Wade offered
any observations in support of it; and in this
we are somewhat surprised. f.1 la true that tbe
pathfinder has suffered eocsiderable damage of
late, but the plucky Senator, should not aban
don him on that account. Until this session no
onv was louder in the advocacy of tbe most ab
ari theories than -this same Ben Wade, of
Ohio. Has the change of public sentiment in
his Bute, which elected a Union Governor and
Legislature lait fall, anything to do with bis
present conservative policy? His successor is
to be chosen this winter, which may account for
hi moderation.: If this bee it serves toahow
that tba wildest of these agitatora keep their
eyca upon the main chance, and that in their
pbrenslest moments there la always "method in
; their maduets." PiUtburgk Pott. ,V ,?.,
The Abolitionists of Ohio understand Bin's
taetloa wall aa other folks." They know
aa I sound on tbe nigger" question, bu they are
willing be shall remain muzzled until after the
Senatorial election;' tbeo he will makeup for
lost time. .. He is a thorough Abolitionist of the
Gropmos stamp, and eould not, if be aaid any
thing, conceal his sentiments. ,' Being anxious
for a re-election, be has concluded to act npoa
tbe principle that "the leaat aaid tbe easiest
W understand froaa good authority that, as
tbe Republican Union Fueieniste are represent
ed In tbe Senate by John Bantu, the Demo-
eratio Union Fusloaists claim that one of' their
atripe eball bare a place Ju the Senate,-,' ;
Again, II it hardly probable that the North'
.Eastern part .of ihe State jrDl he permitted to
have both Beeatorv, to the- entire exclusion of
Ihe balance of the State. -1 ' ;, ; . T
'Cotton, wbloh .was curobased last week 'in
Pmridnci. K. I., at thirtv flveeente per pound,
was again told on Monday laat for thirty-eight
A National Debt and a National
If tl. hJn tmn nrnnftAltlolll that the DOO
i a. am. v 1 J r - - , -
jle bf tbia nation have condemned, tbey are a
National Debt and a National Bmat, and yet it
It highly probable that we shall be cursed with
both. Tbe debt is certain, this we cannot now
avoid: the war will create the debt; and It will
redulre tbe utmost vigilance on the., psrt
ofth xeonle to prevent the money changers
from establishing. the bank Ouder tlie tyrants
nle of necessity., We warn, tfte people now,
. 1 - ' . . i.M ..I ... ,k. M.nl.
Vhat there u a jeep-iaiu sooeue nmuug
lallsta ind paper money mongers of the East to
so shape the finances of the country that at tae
close of the' war the oountry will be deluged
with -an irredeemable depreciated paper cur
rency, and that then, if not before, tbe cry will
be raised that we must have a United States or
Government Bank to remedy the evil. The
gold and sliver of the country, which hss for the
last ten "years become so abundant, under tbe re
strictive laws on currency, will entirely dlsap
nAa. Anil &n nthrr era of raes and ahavlne will
curse the country.
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IT We publish In this paper an article from
the New York 7Yi6une, became of its merited
denunciation of the "vile brood of jobbers wbo
lie la wait for chances to become pubiioroo
bers." We have only to say to the Tribune,
that bo paper, in the Union contributed mote to
quartering this elan on the Treasury than it did,
and producing the occasion for giving them an
excellent opportunity to accomplish tbeir in
If the "Provost Marshal" should shoot tbe
detected speculator, "and hang hia official ao
complices," the 7ViAun would witness the death
of many of Its political friends, who have
been elevated te position by tbe labor of that
Life at the Capital.
According to tbe Washington correspondent
of the New YorkJEwnfnoPoii.gayety prevails
at tbe National Capital this winter
One of tbe most striking features of life here
is the uttor carelesanes and tiuoueisnce of every
one. From Mrs. Lincoln, driving in her gaudy
coach, and Mr. Lincoln, amusing nlmseit witn
Herrmann's feats of "preatidigiation," down to
tbe young officers dancing gaily at the -balls,
every one seems to consider the present time
one especially created for amusement. There
is not tbe eligbtest seriousness anywhere tbat I
have been able to discover It Is all fun. And
any one who looks or BDeaki earnestly of tbe
critical condition of affairs is regarded as a bore
bv all bnt some of the few older beads. One
would think all the " fast " bots of tbe country
had come' to Washington, for none of the men
here seem to care for much else but jollity.
Tbe streets are thronged with offioera and pri
vates, all intent on amusement, and dashing
young cavalrymen clank their swords and jingle
their sours in danoinc rooms as well as bar
rooms. Tbe mournful faocs are all at tbe homes
tbat tbe war has made desolate
We give place to this that our readers may see
that, while our Government is on severe trial
for its. very existence, and hundreds of tbous
sods of our brave men are undergoing the hard'
ships of camp life, and thonsands have given up
their lives on tbe battle-field, leaving wives and
.LIU... n M.nn fcK1i lnaa. thfi fiuithnva"
of the oountry are congregated at Washington
enjoying their "fun." Mrs. Lincoln "splurges"
In ber "gaudy coach,' Old Abe "amuses him
solf with Hcsriunn'i feats," tbe "young offi
cers are dancing at tbe balls," and "clank their
swords and jingle their spurs" in the festive
danoe. Tbe Cabinet are busy giving out con
tracts, and their friends are pocketing their ill
gotten gains by tbe million; and Congress is
busy devising means to raise money to pay
them, by taxing the tea, coffee and sugar of tbe
families of the men who are on the battle-field
"Nero fiddled while Rome was burning."
Our Affairs with the British.
It is fairlv inferable from the reports from
Washington that if war ensues between this
oonntry and Great Britain, the responsibility of
such a calamity will not oe jusuy onargeaoie to
the American Government. It is said that the
Administration is disposed to aooede, nnder our
nreeent circumstances, to tne demands ot toe
land for reparation in the Trent affair, even
to the ffiviosr op of Masea and SIldelL This
would be a bitter pill for this nation to swallow,
but it will be submitted to If it seems to be the
only remedy for deliverance from a war witb
tba British. We, no doubt, have our hands full
ia tnins to suppress tbe rebellion, and aucoeed
in it we must, before we ean afford to attend to
outside issues. It may be humiliating Jo our
national pride and insulting to our honor, yet all
can be submitted to temporarily that we may
aooomutah the all-important objeot of main
taining the' unity of the States and crushing; out
rebel insubordination' . men wnen our internal
disorders shall have been healed, a day of reck
oning may come for England, wbea ber pride
and insolenee shall be rebuked. Our Govern
ment should exert itself to avoid a collision
with the British at this time. All our hopes for
the future demand it. England may believe
she has ns now in tbe trap which she bas aided,
thrpugh her hypooritioal anti-slavery profes
sions, in devising for our unwary people, but we
may disappoint Per Dy refusing to do proToaeu
into an unequal Ognt witn per at mis nine.
We clip the above from the Trumbull Demo
ertt, one of the ''Fusion Union" papers of the
Weatern Reserve. Tbe abolition' papers pre
fer! ed going' to war with a portion of our own
people rather than agree to any compromise to
settle differences in our own country. They
are, tt seems, ready to "swallow this bitter pill"
rather than go to war with England.,' "It may
be humiliating to our batiope! pride, and insult
ing to our honor, yet all can be submitted to
temporarily," ete.$ so tbat it don't conflict
witb the Chicago platform. .That must be pre
served at all coBts war, pestilence and fam
toe!::' ' '-: ' " ."'
ICT The Cincinnati Time$, a violent "Fusion
Union'.' papar, speaking of tbe action of the
Administration generally, and particularly on
the Misotf and Supkxl affair, says:
God help tbe nation if these things are to
continue. We must confess we are losing our
nstienee. ' Tbe Congressional reports snow tbat
tbe War Department, at least, ia in the bands
of thieves. Thi masterly inactivity of m Ad
minitlratwn m erea only when it comet to the
plundering of the Treasury. The report of the
Congressional investigating vommuiee inrius
everv honest man with horror. It is the sad
dest exposition of t n national history.
It exhibits a degree ot corruption in toe war
and Navy Departments not expected in this
critical hour. Tbe publio treasury is in the
bands of thieves, whose only solicitude is plun
der. If Congress was honest, as it ought to
be. Simoa Cameron would bave been sorled
from hie office in diegrsce before this, and Fort
Layfayette crowded witn tbe weeds, tne cum
mingses, the Morgans, and the host of plunder
ers proved guilty by the investigation. But
even tuie terrioie exaioiuou ooea not seem hi
have created a sensation In Congress. Does
the plunder conspiracy extend even there 7
If the Administration, with its miserable and
almost intolerable army management, surren
ders Mason and Slldell, it will be tbe last hair
on tbe carnal 'a back.. The truth most come,
and the sooner it is spoken tbe better. The
people cannot and will not support an Adminis
tration tbat defies their confidence. All tbat Is
dear to them home, oountry, freedom, peace
ia now at stake. If there ia cot a change in
tbe Cabinet for the better, and tbat ooo, they
will demand a change of servants, and enforce
their demand. Onee reuse the whirlwind, and
it will not atop until it sweeps the whole Admin
istration Into the Potomae. ' "
The chasm teems to be now opening, which,
without immediate and thorough reform, will
aninlf the plunderere of the Government In this
hour ot trouble and peril. We known what we
say, and we proolaira It to the feasting Belsha i
sirs, tbat the handwriting is ou the wall!
Tbat would be awful, to "sweep the wboie
Administration into' the Tvjtomao., lit might
get wet and take a severe oold audi die: then
. m. B . fit! At-.
what would the contractors got vy ait untu iu
Potomac la frozen I . . J . - . t - f
A Singular Incident.
Tbe Lynchburg RepuSUcun publishes the foK
lowlns inoldent. remarkable alike for its singu
larity aa well as for its melancholy fulfillment
to the brother of one of tbe parties conoerneu.
Just before tbe war broke out, and before
Lincoln' nroelamatlon was Issued, a VOUOg Vir
glnlan, namsd Bummerneia, was Tiimiug u
oity of New York, where he made the acquaint
. . Ml. t . 1 . 1 .Ua
ance ot two Misses noimes, oi "
Vermont. He became somewhat intimate with
the yanni ladiea. and the lntereoowe seemed
to be mutually agreeaote- toe prooiamuuH
was issued, and the whole Nortb thrown into a
bliza of excitement. - On visiting tbe lames
one evenlag, at tbe hour of parting tney re
marked to Summerfield tbat their present meet,
ing would probably be tbeir last they mast
hurry borne to aid in making up the overcoats
and olotmng tor tne volunteers irom meir uwu.
Summerfield expressed hia regret tbat tbey
must leave, but at tbe same time especially re
quested them to eee that the overooats were
made well, as it was bia intention, if be ever
met the Vermont regiment in battle, to kllone
of them and take his coat. , :, '
Now for the sequel. Virginia seceded. , The
Seoond Vermont Regiment, a portion of which
wss from the town of Waterbury, was sent .to
Virginia. The battle of Manassaa was fought,
in which they ware engaged, and ao was Sum
merfield. During the battle, Summerfield
marked his man, not knowing to what State be
belonged; the fatal ball waa sped on Its errand
of deatb; the victim foil at the flash of the gun,
and, upon rushing up to secure tbe dead man's
arms, Summerfield observed tbat be haia fine
new over con t strapped to his back, whlob he de
termined to appropriate to hia own use. The
fight was over, and Summerfield bad time to
exumlne his nrize. when, remarkable as it may
appear, tbe coat was marked with tbe name of
Thomas Holmes, and in the pockets were found
letters eigued with tbe names of the sisters
whom Summerfield bad known in New York,
and to whom be bad made the remark we hare
quoted, in which tbe man was ..addressed as
brother. Tbe evidence was conclusive he had
killed the brother of bia friends, and tbe remark
wbluh be bad made in jest bad a melancholy
fulfillment. We are assured this narrative is
literally true. Summetfield now wears the
coat. and. our informant states, is not a little
impressed with the singularity of tbe coinci
dence. v t . : - . '
The (ion plated steam frigate Wanirr, which
is expected shortly to make her appearanoe on
tbe American coast, is tbe first armor-olad ves
sel built for the British navy. When comple
ted ( last Summer), her armament waa ts fol
lows: Tnirty-four 68 poundtw, smooth bore,
placed in the broadside ports; and on tbe upper
deck, two 100-pounder Armstrong guns, on
pivots, (one forward and tbe other alt), three
4U-pounders, a us ana xo-pounaer, Armstrongs
and a 24-pounder brass howitzer. (By our la
test disoatobee, per Arago, however, we learn
that she is to be supplied with eight, instead of
two, lUU-pouaders, ana tnree iu-pouoaers, in
stead of 40-oounders.) - 6he carries 650 men,
and with ber shot, shell, etc., on board, draws
25 feet 6 incbea forward, and 86 feet 6 Inches
aft. Her propeller ie 34 feet H inohea in diam
eter. On ber first trial (from London to Ports
mouth), with the wboleof her fore and aft sails
set, and engines making 48 revolutions per
minute, a speed of 13)4 knots waa obtained.
During twenty hours steaming, she consumed
100 tuus of coal. She left Spithead Oot. 15,
for a seoond trial in Stokes Bay, where ibe
averaged over fourteen knots (14.354), her en
gines making a trifle over 64 revolutions. ' The
Black Prince, another ship tbe same eise and
description of the Warrior, has been completed
In England. On ber trial trip, abe made H
knota. These vessels are now the fastest in
the British navy, and both naarlv ready far sea.
But they bave yet to encounter tbeir first gale
on the ocean. Whether tbey have been built
witb strength proportionate to their immenae
weight, and great length (said to be over four
hundred feet), or whether their massive plating
In a heavy sea will ttraln the vessels, become
loose, and produoe leaks of a dangerous char
acter aa in tbe oaseof tbe La Gloire (French)
a few weeks mev determine. A gale auob
as that which dlsabled'tbe Great Eastern might
settle tbe question.
The Bill Relating to Sutlerships
Senator Wilson's bill affeoting tutlerships
empowers the commissioned officers of each
regiment to elect a sutler, without regard to the
claims of present Incumbents. It prescribes
that tbe articles to be sold by tbe sutler shall
be determined by Board, consisting of the
Quartermaster, Commissary and inspector-ben
erals of the armv, and that none others shall
be allowed to be sold; that the Quartermaster
and Commissary of the regiment snail In con
cert with sotber commissioned officers, decide
weekly tbe prloes to be charged, and that the
list ot prices snail be sent to tue vivision-txen-eral
for bia approval, who shall tend it to the
Inspeotor-Ueneral for bis approval. 1 it pre
scribes that any sutler charging higher than the
approved rates, or who shall give false weight,
or In any other way cheat the soldiers, shall up
on proof or tne faot before the colonel, ituar
termaster and Commissary of the regiment, be
fined fifty dollars, one-half of the fine accruing
to tbe Informer, and all bis property within tbe
lines ot the army shall be confiscated to tbe nse
of tbe Government ana snail be removed ana
be forever ineligible to be reappointed to the position
in any regiment. WesA. Cor. N. Y.
SoLrauR. Alabama ts a perfeot mountain of
mineral wealtn, and future wants ana develop
ments will turn out what is now considered too
poor to invite capital, a perfect Eden full of
fruits, and flowers, aud mineral springs, and
healthy sjolety. An Immense bed of sulpburet
of iron and copper, fourteen feet tnick, exists
at Boudoo, Talladega County. . Tbe works turn
out from three to four hundred weight of sul
phur dally. This war has one good effect that
the South may well feel proud or: tne develop
ment ot our opacity to be Independent of tbe
North, which many wbo were too fond of their
ease and indolent habits, could not, or would
not believe. Tuseumbia Constitution, I. r, ,
ET The following noble words (says a Mass,
acbusstts paper) were spoken by a private bf
tbe Fourth Maine Regiment, wbo was wounded
and taken prisoner at Bull Run, and bai since
died In a Rlohmond prism. Tbe occasion of
tbeir utteranoe waa the last meeting between
aim and his father, on the eve of '.he former's
departure for the teat of war.- 'Father ,"iald
the young eoldier, whatever may happen to me,
doat reproach ' yourself for consenting to my
enlistment.- You have done right In letting me
go, for my oountry calls, and I must go. . I
will never return to you in disgrace. . I will
stick to the flag of my country aa long ai there
is a shred of it left, and when tbe flag ts gone,
I wiU contend for the ground on which It stood,
and for tbe pole wbicn bore it." '
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D The latest dodgo Is reported by tbe Paw
tucket Qatette. . Some Ir eh women searched
the market for a verr large chicken, and on
being shown one asked if it would bold a plot
Ak. The dealer thought that It would, and
tbe flask being produced, be sttiefied them that
it would. 1 Tbat was the chicken they wanted,
The women finally admitted that they were
going to cook Ihe chicken, place the flask after
tilling it witb brandy, Inside of it for stufflog,
and send tt to camp, mat "contraoana -. win
probably pass tbe lines in safety. '
Ginixal Bf KHw'e : Cast . Th e Wash
ington, corresponded -of -one of tba morning
papers erroneously reports that ebarges . bave
been filed against Gen ml Benham, late of tbe
army in Western Virginia; We teenr tbat up
to a late boor yesterday afternoon no charges
bad been heard of In official quarters ar. Wash
ington. ' General Benham is awaiting tne issue,
-N Y. Post, uth. ; ;
TT Mrs. MoClellan, a new star In the Presi
dantial mansion." Is desoribed at of medium
hiffht. and fine form.'' Her eves arehaeel, eplen
did and speaking. Her faot It not bas-deome,
but it beame with gentleness, affection, IntelU'
genoe and determination.
Rail Road Time Table.
Lime Mum Ostomcs XivU B. .
' leaves. Arrives.
i.u o -i. ti..a- t-M A. M. -f' 130 A. U.
nid...u ,n.iiiiiibdo. 6 10 A. H. . u r. .
llfiU ud Aofiommodinon-. 4:00 T, U
.IX f. v.. .1- JHO. Vf
Jambs pATrzasox, Agent,'
Cdctial Quo ft B" i,
Nl.ht fixoren...; '
1:30 A. M.
SM P. at. 1:30 It.
W. 3. Tsu, Agent.
i ririrnoa'as, ' OetBsrsos It OmonouTi ; 4 ' "
Malllratn...,"..,.' A. U. 1:30 A. M.
Bxpstas SraiBu ' M:
, j-. , i ' Boswsoa, Agent.
OoLoninr Ac Imuerous. . " ,
. (Oolsmsos Pwoa IapuaaK.K.) . -
flhlaura fanM - 8:00 A. M. B:l X
3:00 P. M.
, 1:45 P.
0. W. Imta, Agsnt.
Rail Road Time Table. Probate Court.
Itema of business transacted in the Probate
Court of Franklin county, Judge Albery, dur
ing the week ending Friday boon, Dccem'ber 27,
1861: ;; ' :vi r:v :.' " 1 '' '
. Ten marriage licensee were) iesued.. ;, J :
Rev. George Mochel, of the Evangelical
Lutheran Church, was authorized to solemnize
marriages. ' w "
PROBATE OF WILL.
The last eii. and testament of John S. Heeser,
late ol Columbus, deceased, wu admitted to
probate. His widow, Elizabeth A. Hesser,
appeared in open Court, ind elected to take nn
der the will. : ,1
Jacob Laqer, , Administrator oi Werner
Heide'e estate, filed bit first account.
. Wesley Preston wat appointed Guardian of
Samuel P. Hiughn.'
INQUEST OF LUNACY.
. Angeline Raber, of Mifflin township, was
found , on an inquest ot lunacy, to be insane, and
was ssnt to the Central Lunatic Asylum. ;
DISCHARGED ON HABEAS CORPUS.
Ia the case of John G. Steiger, a volunteer
In Col. Bausenwein's Regiment at Camp Chase,
a writ ot habus corpus was issued on the ap
plication of 8te!gers wife, alleging that he had
enlisted while in a state of intoxication. Evi
dence being adduced in support of tbe allege
tioo, and Col. Bausenwein failing to appear or
respond to the writ, Steiger was discharged
from the service.
Washington C. Manly, of Marlon county,
a minor nnder eighteen years of age and a vol
nnteer at Camp Thomas, baring enlisted with
out the consent of his parent or guardian, wat
also discharged from the aervlce on a writ of
habeas corpus. .
CotiATor Common Pleas. This Court has
not been in session this week. It adjourned on
Saturday last to meet again on Tuesday next,
Deo. 31. . . .
Pi NiTXNTiAAT 8urrLiis. Business men nd
contraotora will find in this paper an advertise
ment for proposals for furnishing supplies of
fresh tad corned beef and of mess and prime
pork, for the Ohio Penitentiary.
ETThe publio tohooli of tbt city, whloh were
closed on Tuesday last, will be reopened on
Thursday next, January 9d. ; '!: '
ST Services will be held at three o'clock this
afternoon in the new M. E. Mission Church on
D" It is said that Governor Tod will occupy
the dwelling of P. T. Snowdenon Town street,
as a residence for himself and family. . , -
CaMr Chabi. The 67 th Regiment, Col.
Bastenbinder, numbering over 500 men, ai rived
at Camp Chase on Christmas day, and the '9th(
Col. Buckley, with over 900 men, arrived on
There are twenty-five patients In tbe camp
hospital, and twenty-nine in the prison hospital.
In the latter two deaths have recently occur
red, and in tbe former two died on Christmas
day. The prevailing disease is said to be
typhoid fever. .
. Thi Miutait ado Civil Powta in Conflict.
Tbe Clermont San gives an acoount of the
cases of three boys under eighteen years of age,
belonging to that county, wbo had enlisted and
were at Camp Dennlson. On application to the
Probate Judge, writs of habeas corpus were it
sued for the boys and placed in the hands of the
Sheriff, who proceeded to tbe Camp to serve tbe
write. , ' . :.' '. ,. ' '. -.' '
. In one ease, the boy could not .be found,
though tbe Sheriff made diligent tearch for
him. In another, the Sheriff took the boy and
wat taking him off, when he waa violently selzsd
and taken from him by a squad of soldiersraot-
ing under the direction of a Lieutenant-Colonel
In tbe third oase, the boy.came to Batavia on
furlough.: A writ was procured and served upon
the Captain of the oompany, who happened to
be there. Tbe boy was taken by' tbe Sheriff
before tbe Probate Judge. The Judge deferred
tbe bearing of the ease, on account of the ab
sence of witnesses, until one o'olock, ?, M., on
tbe following Monday, and directed the Sheriff
to retain the boy in tbe meantime in bit custody.
At the request of the father, tbe Sheriff quar
tered the boy at the Batavia House. r Later on
Saturday night, a party of twelve armed soldiers
came to tbe hotel, and arretted the boy as a de
atrter, on tbe ground that hia furlough had run
out. Tbey took him off with them, notwith
standing the olaim tbe Sheriff had upon him by
virtue of a olvil process.
ST On Saturday, Dee. Slat, a private named
Loyd in Company C, 5th Virginia Regiment
stationed near Parkersburgb, was handling hit
gun when tt exploded and Instantly killed one
named Strouse. In the tame company, the
Captain being nnder arrest, Lie at. Mattlngly
having command, the 2 J Lieut. Allen, gare
Mattlngly the He, whereupon Mattingly fired
upon Allen, and it is thought fatally wounded
blm in the breast.
DISCHARGED ON HABEAS CORPUS. DIED.
Seeember Still, In this city, 8Mun, Forrra,
6Stb year of his af. ' ' -':
Vaoeral oa Sunday, at 9 P. II., from Bt. Paulohuroh.
'w - Or rica erraa OoutMiot h Zama . B. Oo. I ;
OoioMDi, Ceo. 16, 1R61. J
TBI RTOCKHOIiDlBl 01 TBI OOLUMBUE AND
JL Xenla Rallrofid Oompany are hereby notified tbat
we audou meetini ror uie eieetlon of Directors to mire
the twainc year, find for other purposes, will be held at
tbe office of the Company ia flolumboe, on Tneidey, the
7ih day of January, 1863, lietween tbe honre of 10
oo look A. Is. and 4 o clwk P. H.
' OIKDI PAT, Beeretery
NEW BOARDING HOUSE.
f. HATTA.BB ilAS OPENED A
i i At- HO, 10 1AIT I0Wf TtllX, -
WUara he oan Aownaao9ate a bunbtr ef Bosrdsn by the
day ar week.
U.hree JN lgHts Kjmyi
Saturday, jEIondty & Tueiday Evo'gs,
' " December 28, 30 and 31, 1861.
?MRS. MATT PEEL'S :
On aaoh rental will be ptedtfoea the Burleique Opera,
.-. BUI1U --
Ibe best extravagant eTer placed on the stage.
Doort open at 6. Performanoe oommenees at TX
Admittenee S5 oents. : .
Qrand Gift UaUnea for schools and families, on Bitur-
dtr afternoon, at 8X o'clock. .
TO THE PUBLIC.
ON AND AFTER THE 1st SAY OF
JANUARY NBXT, we will sell all oar goods, with
out reipeot to persons or parties, ; . ,
For Oasli Only.
The cash terms now enforced by Xutera Jobbers, Im-
perters, etc., compel this annonnoemsnt.
4 . - flfilH OVil
dec28-tf , i .. -.
D R Y C O O D S.
S. ,S, EAMES'S
No. 119 South High Street,
CAN BE FOUND A , JtVLI AND
choloe aesortment of '; , ' '
GLOVES AND HOSIERY, .
HOODS AND NUBIAS,
80NTAGS & BKATINO CAF3,
. . . - ,
Balmoral & Hoop Skirts,
HATS AND CAPS,' ; " ' ? ;
UNDER-SHIRTS & DRAWERS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
'FLANK EL S,
BLANKETS, &o. ko.
S. S. EAMES, :
119 Sonth High Street.
FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS,
8. B. Eames's
NEW CLOAK HOUSE
No. 119 South High Street.
'; ; . ; - good union ! .
. I .J
From $6.50 to $8.50.
Good Broad-Cloth Cloaks,
. From $9 00 to $15.00. .-?
- - '...... "i
Children's Cloth Cloaks,
From $2.00 to $6 00. .
A WELL SELECTED STOCK,
Ranging from $5.00 to $60.00 a set'.
dee38-tf.. - --
,. ,. Mr. O.T. Bmlth. , ,
oian jwecior...... .
.. Mr. H. Mehan.
,. Mr. John M. Elnney.
.. Mr. Allen Plsk,
Fourth Sight of the Beaton.
Saturday, December 28, 1861,
Dance ..Boia Hill.
. . AUD THE . .
Doors open at 7. Curtain will rlie at 7. '
BOALE OF PRIOES.-Dress Circle, 50 cents Psml
ly Circle, SS cents.
, Master Commissioner's Sale. ,
Henry 0. Hoble
ti. Court of Common Pleas.
John I. Tipton et al
TYVIRCB OF AN ORDER OF SALE
13 to me directed, from the Court of Common Pleas of
franklin oountr, Ohio, I will offer for sale at tbe door of
tne ooartxtouee, la tbe city or Columbus, onto, on
Thursday, January 30, A. D. 1862,
at one o'clock P. M.. tbe followlne deecribedlreal estate,
situate la the county of JreakUn, and State of Ohio, to
Lots' No. S3 and So in Pbelan's Addition to the city
or violnmbas, Onto. . , -Appraised
at-Let No. SS, at B300. , ,
" 66, at 100.
, Q. W. HUHHAN, BheriS.
- and Master Commissioner.
Printer's fees t3.7S.'
Oysters I Oysters 1 1
HAS SVBT RECEIVED, AND.WIIX
be la Aally receipt, by tspreee, of
Prom Baltimore and Pair Hiren. a " '-
Call at Whbi' Oyster and Prait Depot, NoBL Bast
M 7" a i
THfe OHIO PENITiENTlARY."
MUffiMMM.'.' " ' - ., -
f f T V f f- 'Ornoa Omi PwiTwimAaT. 1 '
. ' ) ,.i OolubM,o.S3.I80l.. i,
OIALED Propoiils will be wesma
n TniT t: inih. 1863. S o olookP. lt., for
furnlililngthilMtltuUonVlU - ,-'t r ;
. . . m ika rnn Mtiawvtipa. Hsuia wssa, ui
S00 lbs, net.
1,500 lbs. Corned Beef ,
'' .. ... 1. ttiv. ano in Jn1 Hlh. 1R02.
She beel te be of good quality, olearof anuokle bone
end sft'T- ne quaouv u u haiw v. '---
as the Warden may direot. r.,v- ,s ... . T
150 bbk Mess Fork, 150
; bbls. Prime Pdrk;
' i' . hAM ..,1 MBAkfij with New
to D pub uu liuiu lum w. "a.f r-" . .
York or Llrerpool coarae salt. Bids will be entertained
for Ufty barrels, ana upvarai. .
Also, bide will be recelred at the same time, and for
aim lancth of time, for the clear, rough and salt
greats of the InsUtnUon.
Mo bids will be considered unless satisfactory security
for the faithful performance bf the same accompany
each bid. ' ' .
No bids will be reoelTed on the day or leuiny.
. JOHN A. PBBMTIOB, Warden.
, H. B. PAB80N8,
J. J. WOOD, Directors.
1. i. JANNBT,
i , i.i. rrHiAM w.wa.v KAvih Amerloin. Dataware
Gaaette, Lanoaater Gaaette.and London Ohronlole will
niu ! till dav. and send bills in triplicate, receipt
ed, to the Warden. " 1 . '
derttidtd- - - i ' '
SPLENDIDLY XTJIPFED WilB
IMPROVED MA CHINERY;
' ' ' " AND ' ' :;V.-'7
. ;' '.'.'! ""I." ''t .
N.. W. LEFAVOR; Sapt:
NOB. 99 SI, SS, SS NOBTH HIGH BTBIBf, j
atateatuan Bnildlnfi Heeoad Floer,
ever B. Hevlne'e State Btesim j
Frlntlag- Rooms, i , .
PAGED BLANK BOOKS,
With or without Printed Headings, on Bopertor Paper.
., RULED AUD KUUJNU .
To any required Pattern. ,-h;
. ." ,.''' i
BTATB DBPARTMBeiTS, . ; ; !
- RAILROAD OPII0B8, ;". V '."-'. ' j
BANKINO HOT7B19. - , 1
; .- COUNT! OPPICBB, '
' MIBC HANTS, '
' : Inrnlihed at the Lowest Prloes.
By the Edition or Bingls Voluma
MONTHLY PUBLIOATIONB. -
Bound ia any Bequlred Style. " -
Por Publio and Private Libraries.
Orders from abroad will reeelre prompt and spsclal
J. H. RILEY," or.' N. W. LEFAVOR, ;
Bookseller and Stationer, Superintendent ;
75 Booth High Street. . Pranklln Bindery. I
DOTle-dSn . .' J-.-;; J
' ;' ' .' V '
, ' "" ' . ' '.' '""'''';.!
QQO axi3. Q02
SOUTH HIGH . STREET
. . . ". .... , , .
Are now' opening a large lot of t
i ' . i. ., 4 . . -i ' ' .' "i I
, 7 . .- ,; ; I
Ladies', Missefand Children's ;
Ladies' Cloth . Cloaks,
e t- m A. v . -v W k-
Shephard's Plaid Shawls.
Ladies' Merino Vests & Drawers, 1
Boys' Merino Shirts & Drawers,
..... ' -..M i
. '1 i
WOOLEN BLANKETS, "
MISSES SUPERIOR LONG SHAWt3
This firm, having adopted toe Cash system la the pu
ebaas aud sale of Goods, are enabled to nil from Ute
percent lets loan otter bouses nnder tbeorodlt system.
HEADLEY. EBERLY & EICHAEDS,
25ft am) 252 feouin high mxml
FRANKLnJ BOOK BEJDERY
I ITS' DOI7BLK.BREASTED BIE.
lilNO Under-shirts. ,
BAIN s BOW.
GENTS HIDB'D BIERINO UNDER
. AIN k BOB,
C ENT1 BILK DHDER.BUIRTai AND
j-DBAWEBB, j UlH$Vt
a rl-SES', LADIES' AMD BOIS MB.
rriHICOT- e- BEAVER VbOAlLlNUB,
X new styles. .
QHAKEH fliAWMJL BBIIIXB AFP
ANTON FIiANNEIi BBAWEBS FOR
LAir.5' DOTS' A1DW1SEB JHEH
INOtndelrte. . mtt k'tOtf.'
Q.BWT8' FANCY r)"'
OHIUTINO HiANNEl.ll nVtiAIN
BAIN la SON
GENTS AND BOTB BIIPJ1B1IOB
SUIKTB and Collars. ; Mta
THE BAIilTlORAIi HOOP BKIBTj-A
No"U7- BAIN sc BOM.
rpHE IMMOVABLE CLASP HOOP
A BKIRT- BAIN ION,
IV BEIiAINEB Rt UK CENTB
ELEGANT CLOTH CLOAKBt AT BE.
T. BAIN 4V BOH.
MINK COLLAH9, MUFFS COFFB.
LAPIEB WHITE CABHMIfiBE Bjirie
HAVING JEBT BETCBNEB BOJI
New Tork, I am sow pienayed to "ffer to tbe publio
a most ecoellent aasortmeni of GOOPB I0B fliJNTS
CLOTHS,... . -
r",'t ...... .. VESTI:qrN8A
And a general assorrmiut of
of lbs richest and neatest styles In the market; allot
which I am selling at tue uuKAvaai- ruBBiULB
BATI8 JOB OABB. : : , .' ' - r
TTT Special Attention PalA to Mill
tsISr Olltcera' Clotblnr.
HaTiDf had lone experience In the Oat and ManuTao
tare ot OtBcera' Olothuig, I feeloonftdent I can gtre en
ttro saUstactton to U my patrons. ...
i . 7 j. ( ." " nT ' '' Merchant Tailor, i
.' rjCor-Hls and town Streeh
norlO-tf ,c ..... Oolttmbu,ObJoi
-- i . '
TO EVERY READER.
IT is an Indisputable tact, that It any person wants one
ot thos comfortable BBQCIMAUX BBATBB OVBB
OOAIfl.he wilt nraally And them In lane qnaoUtlee at
( MARCUS CfllLDa'S.
IB any person desirous of owning one of the late style
of BalATBB OVBB COATS, wltb eapo attached,
don't break you heads te lean where to sad them, but
to to the ' , .
CAPITAL eWY ARCADE,., k K
' Opposite the Bute Bouh.
' Tou will Bnd them there in all colore, kept by
DID you nerer wear any ot the SHE MXXID OAB
BIHBRB BBII8, which are eold at the OapltalOlty
Arcade? Bush In and yon will find them In piles, at .
YOTJ may also be la want of BANTS and TBBt. and
there ie bat one establishment In the West where
Bants and Testa are to be had In all stripe, shapes
styles, quantities and qualities, and that place U the
CAPITAL CITY ARCADE.
DON'T forget the extenslrs aaaortment ot TDRNIBH
INO GOODS, particularly In WOOLEN BHIdTB,
whloh you oan And In '-Bed, white and bine," at tbe
CAPITAL CITY ARCADE,
:' ;'.. Bnpertntended by Marcus Ohilds.
II yon wish to wear garments MADE TO OBa
DEM, you oan do no better than to go to. the Mer
chant Tailoring EalablUhmeat, next to tbe Aroade, and
select yonr goods from a stock comprising all colors of
Beam Cloths. Gasslmeres, Bilk TeWet and Plash VeaU
Inge, and yon wBI surely meet with a good fit by porches
- ' MARCUS CHILDS'S.
' ' .. .-A.
MILITABT OINTLEMBN, when they eometo this
eity, as atraogers, and with to get a UNIfOBU, H
Is to their besi adrantage to oall at - ,.
, ; ; . , . MARCUS CHILDS'S,
Where a Urge assortment of BLTJH OLOTB and other
artlelea belonging to the eqnlpage Of an officer can be
bad at eery moderate prices.
In short oall at $ ,j, f.ij A
Proprietor of that extenslrs bail nets locality,
NO. 21 and 25 HIGH STBEET,
Opposite tho Bute House- O
eotB7rd6m ; "
C. EBERLY & CO.
DRY GOODS AT COST.
IN O0NBEQTJEN0B OF TBB 31011 HtC"-"bP
Gotten, and the reoent adtanoe In Dry Oooda, and
the expiration of onr oopartoanhlp, we will, on and af
ter tho 20th day December, oner oar stock of Dry Goods,
Hate, Cea, Boots and Bhoee at ooet,et leae than New
fork wholesale prices, aa will eoaMnae antil the en
tiro stock U closed ont. ... .
The Grocery and Produce Business will be continued
In onr new building. .....
The Store. room we now ecoupy will be for rent, and
Sosseialea glTen oa the first day of April, 1882, Jut Cyrus
The Btere-room Ie SI by St feet; the building three
etorles high, and situated en the south east corner of
High and friend streete, Colnmbuc, Ohio.
0. XBBBLT 00.
decAB-dJw w, -j ,
B hare remored to onr sew stores,?0 an4 71 Tise
Street, between Seoond find Purl itncta. whar v.
shall be pleased to see our friends and customers.
mm a large and complete slock of ;. j j
Groceries of Att Kinds,
and greatly increasedactruies for doing ba'slnese, we are
pniisrsu w supply nnyere on me moet larorabie tense.
Cincinnati, Deo. IB, 1801.
WM.. 1.1. KNK A AIIMU.
wx. eLxm. jas. x. otnn. a, ptmoup, ju, . o.r. ouxx.
WM. GLENN A SONS,
70 and 72 Vino Street,
Between Second stnd Pearl BtsTTT"
. Sheriff's Sale,; .
' eJeolBere.Oo. j ' ' "'
., . - Superior Oourt.-
Washington Blmpson. - - ' "
BY VIRTUE OP AWBITOF MEA.
to me directed, from the Bnperlor Court of Iran
Ufi SAUnt. Ohlft T will nfla. ,.m a.,. 44,. tf .4
Jamee Lindsay, and now eocupied by Wm. Ward, sit
uate fire miles south of Columbus, on the OhilUootbe
Iuroplke,on - . ... . ? T
Monday, tbe 30th day of December. A. D. 1861.
at two e'olook, B, H,, the following described chattel
HMt,aef. Im emits
Oa Wheat Brill, one Beeping Machine, one two-horse
Vim. u.Abt.l.J..V..... , . . . ..
iiq..,4..ni,ajiiiui nagvui ivviou OD as IDS pfupvr
ty of Wssblngtoa eHepeon,esatlify aa caccatlon In fa
Tor et Oeorge Gere Ji Oo. . ,
i. ,. - .....0 W.XrryMA,Bherl8 '
oy no. patjs, aisps
IrtnUrt lees M,(0 7
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