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7 VOL. IX. NEW SERIES.
COLUMBUS, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 2C, 18G3.
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tnpeciei nnuaei, aouou oramarf row.
All notice, renah-ed ta he miMkliMt hw l Im1 nt.
(w onb mon inan in. aoov. raieii mm all men wil
ppear in th. Trl-Weekly without oriarga.
Builneaa Card, not exceeding By lines, B.rU, U
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AU(raritf advtrtUtmmtt mutt to Mid or In
yttntuM The rU will not bTi4 from.
WMkljr, wm. pria. u th. Duly, whr th. tdrtrtlMi
th Weekly .Ion. Where 'b. Dll nd Weekly
re koth tied, then the ehu. lerth. Weekly U1 be
II the nteisf th Dally . .
t .no uTertuemnit uacen ezoapt tsi Malt parted
BROOKS, STEARNS & CO.,
WnOLSSAI.1 It BIT AH DIAX1BS itr
Fine & Staple Groceries.
. Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR,
' L Pnrc tTines aid Liquors
FOB MIDTOINAL PUBP08O.
Oonntry Frodoo taken la eirturaie for Ooodi.
NO. 273 SOUTH HIGH STREET, !
AO good dellrered free of ehtrg. to toy part of th
Omcinnati Law and Collection Office,
. ,' ImlMHl A. D.1840.)
THOMAS POWELL, '
.ii 5 .
Attorney .t XiaiTC,
'eAt kHo 'i .' ; ah- t '
so UASONio tem piii, '
, KonUtanew In all on mads Immediately on th. col
lection of any claim.
Th. following reference are gtrn by pennUalon of
the pattmc, with whom Mr. Powell ha for many nan
been aeq oalnted
y. v Ntcholai Longworth. Irq.
i - Bam.el N. Pike, Kq.
I .. JoMpb. 0. Bntler, ita.
. W. B. Smith At Oo.
Baker At Too Ihnl.
: Tyler, SarliUon Oo.
Hon. W. B. Caldwell, lx OMef Jutlc., Bute of
P. W. Oorwln, late King, Oorwln k Oo.
OUrk, Wert At Co., IS I and IS3 Doan.Bt.,N. T.
, ; SaonelS. Bowman a Co., 17 John St., N. T.
' Wm. H. Pow.lL Biq.,No.iSBatl2dSt.,H.T
IT IS A FIXED FACT!
...Can be Cured.
7 SIR JAellS OXABK. Phyilolan to Queen Vlotorla,
and on of th aot learned and akUUal men of th. g,
In hi Treat!, on Oounmptlon, ayi 'That Pulmonary
Oonnmptton admit of a core, I no longer a matter of
doabt; U ha been elean demon! rated by th reaearche
of Leenoeo and othtr modern pathologlat." Or Oan
wall, who biTMtlgated mdh matter ai thoroaghly aa
any other man, aayai
"Pathological Anatomy haa, perhap nerer afforded
more oonelmlT .rldenoe in proof of the eorablllty of a
dlMH. than It ha In that of tubercular phthbl (pul
monary conrnmptlon). ... ,
;rr is not a fiction. -
h . tbm itetem.nnvan mad. by m.a who bay demon.
atrated what they say Dm. after tins, Is tha crowded
borpttal and th. truth-telling dlweotlng room. They
an Tram man who could bar no poulbl motlr for
pnbltehlng what 1 untrue, or emblasontnf ftliebood.
.' THE REMEDY WHICH WE OFFER, j
Dr. Wistafs Balsam of Wfld Cherry
" ' . ' Ha cured hundred of cate of .' J I
Coninmplion of the Lnngs, Ltvsr CompltJoU,
'.' Cooghs, Bronchitli, Colds, Asthma, Croup,
Whooping Congh.Infloeni, etc. Mny ;
- - of them sftsr Erery Known Rem
, edy had Failed to Reaoh the
0 Mt procraiHnate, but mak ua of Wlrtar' Balaam,
and Ut healthy and happy.
Bold by JOHN D. FABK, Rortheait corner of fourth
and Walnut strwts, OlnotanaU, Ohio.
I)s,4-tUywit. i .j (i j rWl
..... . . . .
Noa. 17 and 19 Park Bow,
.U OpporiU the Aitor Boo, and Park, New York.1
Frioo of Board $150 per Say.
rriHis JLone established and
jl, popular aoua naa recently boa jrebulltand great,
ly enlarged by th addltton of ore 100 room a, and now
haa aeoommodatlon for oyer 300 person. It has ale
been thoroughly mutilated, and la
, HEATED BI ITEAH j
ii t. .fc-:.? ' 1
LIGHTED WITH OA8 THROUGHOUT.!
Tht Hotel has one of th. belt locations In the City,
Is of tut aocM from all th. eteamboati and Sallroads
leading to th Olty, and If oonranlent to. all the City
WM.sWW... HVW Hl wBTvuienoe. ox a
FIRST CLASS HOTEL,
tourt tTjS Somfort ef It Inmatae.
- Th patronage of th. trarellng publio b rpctflly
TsBKs........... ..tl.50rss.DAT. i
B. I. P0W1E8, !
j-' Propitator. j.
JOHN L. GREEK,
All wrvrvit Y A I
; No: 1 Odeon Building:"'
S. 0. HAMS, i ,'M:-r ,JI r
WHITE WHEAT FLOUR, ' '
; RED WHEAT FLOUR, , ' " ,
, , SAL. SODA, . . i
" GREEN AND BLACK TEAS,
RIO AND JAVA COFFEE,
i wooden. WARE,
ffortal. by , . '
106 Settth Hlfb rtreei.
pi. 16-tf. ' ' " "" " ' ' ' "
Great Eeductlon In Price! ,
Closing Out Sale of Black Cloth Cloaks
. Y: at fJamually Low Frlcest i
PlkSONB rutlnf (tyUih and elegant Oloaki at Very
i low prion., will 6nd that w. an olTerint treat In-
uuenneme io paicnaasr. I '.. , :. .:
XJZLXN cfe DON,
No. 23 to 89 South Illrh Btrool.
FANCY FRENCH FLANNEL
ffADM In th.liMt a(vl. Mil itt mMiiMM.M.t.
1YX GenU' Fanarand Thn. PI Linen nnii.n i. .n
Neck Tl., Soar?, Stock and Orawu, In' heit
BATW ct) DON,
No. 3 M 9 Sontb Htch .Stroet
AtVVVIT f then eelibrated and nperlor fltllni
Bhlrte MHtntlfl . hanrt , iu D 1 DV
mwv, wgm uuu w.
lnallilae. : , 4 . .. . . . "
BAIN It BON,
. . I ... Mo. S3 and gouth High Mreet.
rl belt qtulltyfor tadleg, Mlaee and ObUdrea, '".
Hoop Skirt for Bhert Ladle. - ) ,'
. Qnaker Sort Hoop BlrU. " " '.
' Balmoral BAMt akirt. aiM -
nuuv Diui, lor Mil iitaiflb
Th. moat exUnrlre aewrtment or uperior Skirt In th
etty, and at rry low pttoe. ' ' .
. ji . ' BAIN At SON, .
Ho. S3 and 29 Booth High trt.
AT0BIA8. Hood. KlttaBL Scarfi. Rlr KTam. DbUmi
JLJ Slbboni, Zephyr Wosttds, Balmonl Skh-te. i i ,
i BAJM t BOM,, a . .i
No. 83 and W Boath Hlghitntt. .
FRENCH WO YEN AND MECHANIC
Const. . . ; , BAIN BON.
ADIE8 AND niSSESf ITIEBINP
i . BAJH As BON
ENTB DOUBLE BREASTED '1Q Br
aixiv Mnaeruuis, : f , 4,,,, BAXN BOtt-
BLACK THREAD UCB BtRREf,
1 - j im 1
Colnrabns Wholesale Liquor Store,
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- ,l: IMP0BT1B8 AND DIAIJtBg IN W
Foreign and Oomeitlo Winei, Brandiei ,
. so. Ac ALSO, .. ,v.
OLD RYE, MONONGAHELA Sc BOURBON
WABIHOCBB AND OIIIOl.SM SOUTH HIGH 8T
Nor. 19,1888 dlyl . ..
Ladies' Fane) Furs.
Sable Sets, .
'; Erinine Sets, 1
FitohSets, ". s- j
Gtanta' Fur Capps, Gloves,
Ladies1 For and For Trimmed
In all ityle;; , , ,
Shipping lura, for which th hlgheet pries In Oath will
Hew Hell Houie Building:,
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COLUMBUS, OHIO. v
dw4- .. ;? . ,v.
The Great Dcbcllion
T7XP1KIBN0BD AQBNTS AM WANTKD BI
tn pnDiuMr, in Try ooanty, to eanrai for
JOHN 8. O. ABBOTT'S
HISTORY OF THE CIVIL1 WAR
To b la two Toluoe, boand la laather and UlasV
- This will b TBI Hlatory. , .1 ' ; j-
Bend for a Olrcular, or auks application for terrltork
. . . .,
COAL Olit COAL OIL 1
foT m)T Vwtl .
' OT. IT. vaaffrwa.wTva
Jtttt! 106 Souiafli,!, Stmt.
kSBLtaHII c. WBTOUNl ttkXKLMO t, roses.
KEBLER. WHITMAN & FORCE,
. ,. I i .. r.. -
Attorneyg & Counselors at Law,
bffice No'.' 11 Masonic Building-,
CD Practice ln the Stat Court; and alio In th Unit
ed State Dlatrict, Circuit and supreme Oourto.
Deo. Sl.-BMly. -r
V, R. GLAZIER, Agent,
t . 1 1 v.: .:
No. 134 Sonth Foarttk Street, ' ''
"' Oppotlts tb. Market Hon..
I .HI nOW rjranar.il tit MM.!. An CnrnmlHlA. .11
kind of property.
via ana new rurnltun BOUGHT AND BOLD.
Particular attention !. (.ih. ..i. r wn.. ..
Wagon, and Carriage, and Houwhold and Kitchen
Bale. In th country promptly attended to.
No: 102 South High Street ,
IABI NOW PREPARED TO Hocelre
on Oommlnlon rery deeorlptlon of property, inch
a Dry Ooods, Qroeerlee, Liquor, furniture, Carriage.
Hones, etc , ,
T 1 1 InfAmf .a .... li ... . 0 rt
- " w u,ivw bij bb.utivn io aaiee oi nea.
Batat. (odPatsonal Property, at any point, within twen
ty mile, of th. Olty.
a notion Bale erery srenlng. -Oontlgnment
reepectfnlly oUelM. . . . ,
I have a lanra room nrnr bit ealaa-MAm. fn. nmM
parpoan. : i'
J.llpn, Bancroft It Co., J. T. 1. sillier,
p. T. Woodbury At Oo., Ston. at Lewie,
Butler, Brother A: Co., John deary & Son'
W;nH; ,ttas. 01nn et Thnll.
Fifth Su, between Main and Sycamore,
OOBBIN OALLEHIR, I
JOB. P. PIBBIB,
THIS HOTEL HAS BEEN REPAIR
BD Mill wmttmA ,k Muluial I 1- u
. aw.wH Hll,Himil Mill W HU.Vjm IO Ul.
public The proprleton, noently of th Ooddard Hon.
kfavaTllla. a-o . ,ii.i ,h. . . ..
community. No pain will be (pared to gly. atlfetlon
' OOBBIN OALTiKHBB, 1
Deo. 81, 68-3B. . . jo8. f. PEiLBlB. . i
MERCHANT TAILORING !
(OFPOBITI THl'sTATl . CAPITOL,)
MASCTJS CH3LDB, Proprietor.
THIS LARGE AND MAGNIFICENT
BatablUhmrnt lion of tha moil complete in the
Weit.andht Jnit been filled with a large and well e
looted .took ot
which will be found to excel anything erer before oiler
d in thl market. In the Outom Department I am
ploy non. but th. beet Cutter and Workmen, and ill
order will b. ipeedlly filled, and '
Warranted to Fit and be Weill Bind,.
Will And at this Batabllihment all th. neceaarlea n.
quired for .complete outfit, and my facilltle and price
an tuch that I oan defy competition In thl lln.
READT HADE CLOTHING
GENTS' FLRNI9HING GOODS.
Will be found ln great yarMty, hating th. large! atock
of thl kind ever brought to thl city, all of which I In-
Tit. th DObll. to 011 and examine before nnrnhaaln
lewhn. - -
RE BI E H B E HI
My Ston Is opposite the Capitol, In the New Nell Hon
Building, and I one of th (to eat Bton Boom in th.
country. A Tiatt to It will rep any on. for th
declB-dOm MABO0S OHIIDS. .
BENNO ; SPEYER'S
BANKING HOUSE, :
OommissIoiL Forwardinff and
. i . w.i . i nm . . .
- iMoianaj. umce
' - i 'I.e. ..... ... ..... . ' "l .. t
; GENERAL PASSENGER AGENCY. ,. ;
Bremen, Hamburg, and cHavre
AMD AUO .
RAILRO ALLTICKET J.GENCYJ
.ciBAST.-AMDfjWBST.-':i . ;
ttos, 7 55:9 Weit Third BtJ
';r , -. r (Oonsr Hain), 'la . ; ;
f. -... t : r in-- I .... .. ,.- " r'trs: r .. i X
;j:prt:;theiirdpean Plan, u
t jt-io-.. i i T t flTiT Ak ttmw rnsr V- "
fl?To-la 'Prtrrrha1 TSTTtr' f?in(i -mn Tniri
4 City Hall Square, corner Frankfort 5t-i
r, 1 1 i i . i (Orrosrri Orrr Bai.) i-ii di-.fn c.-u .
Meal ss they may be ordered ln th idmIou refecto
ry. There la Barbers Shop and Bath, oca ttaobed
to the Hotel- -j -
Bewan of KTJNN1RB and HACKJUN who ma w
t'.w.. rKNJH Proprietor,
leb. B7, 1863-dly et :-.,
i. .', i
f URE WINES. zuw. -a .u
""' ' PURE 'bRASDIES.'' x'v!'-Z ";
;; ;,"n snjRi 'wmsKiEl,;'';!
rot dlcinsl purpotss, fbr sal by
WH. H. MJTIIAUX,
Letter from Allegheny, Pennsylvania.
ALLEGHENY CITY, PENNSYLVANIA,
March 19th, 1863.
Mb. Editos : When President Lincoln yield
ed to the clamor of tbe radicals, end removed
Gen., MoClellso from the Army of tbe Poto
mso, whlob be bad so masterly orgsnlssd for
serrloe, tbe colored papers all orer tbe North
consoled themselves, sod tried to console tbe
sensible people of the loyal States, with the
thought that with tbe removal of the Idol of
the Army of tbe Potomac, "a great Ud wts
uiiea irom me laoniaeri or trie loyal norm,
sua ooaseqaenuy, ipeeay victory was certain
under tbe new organization. For the remit,
Ut tht hilli of Frtdeficfoburgh tpeak. But it
oan now be said with (rath tbat when tbe 37th
Congress breathed ita last, on tb4tb of Msrcb,
A. 0. 1863, a great sod distressing weight wts
taken from tbe shoulders of the loyal States,
whloh were gasping almost In the aronlM nf
dsatb, wbeo a kind Provldeooe removed the
crushing load by the gentle rolling of time
i ne nation can now oreatoe more freely, and
there may still be lingering Dopes (or the Re
public, la spite of all the exertions of those Who
would ruthlessly destroy it forever.
No political body in this country bag ever
written suoh a hlatorv for Itself. The rebels
oould not have asked for a more efficient anxll
iary in tbe North, than was the Congress that
has Jnit expired; every thing has been done to
their liking. Suob a course hss been pursued
as has steadily and surelv made the flnnth .
unit against ns. And not only this, but by the
luuiieu ana idbbds workings or Tie ADOIItlOn
ists, the North has been nst as surely di
vided, and the truly loyal people can no longer
support the crazy Administration in Its persist
ent and endless violations of the Constitution.
Woe be onto the man that would dare doubt
the patriotism or the late Congress. Indeed,
tbe loyal people of the country oan bardly be
excusable for refusing to retain those in their
servioe whom they dotormlned in the last elec
tions to let retire to the shades of private life.
Ah! ungrateful people! Bat then patriotism
and merit can never go unrewarded in the land
of Washington. So through thsir representa
tives in Congress, pleasant and nselul plaoes
were kindly provided for all who would other
wise be thrown oat. of plaoes of usefulness,
and of past remuneration for servioes already
done. Yes, for this purpose it is all right, and
indeed, commendable, to have now territorial
governments formed, courts reorganized, judges
appointed, tax collectors, etc, etc. All these
things are indispensable in tbe present state of
affairs. They were wise. All right minded
persons will commend them for "making nnto
themselves friends of the mammon of unright
eousness, tbat when ye fall, tbey may receive
you into everlasting habitations. . ...
But in limes of darkness one evil follows
close on to another. Congress had bardly
oeased, by tbe limit of the law, than another
dragon of huge form made its appearance ln
the land, In tbe shape of secret aooleties, or
ganized and equipped to overthrow our liber
ties. You, Mr. Editor, have bad an exhibition
of this hydra io your city lately. There can
be no doubt in tbe world as to tbe secret Influ
ence at work to excite mobs to destroy Democrat.
Io presses and freedom of speech. Tbey fear the
dreadful retribution 1 that awaits them at tbe
bands of the unconquerable Oemocraey, by
means of . the press., The minions in power
know their end is at hand unless they can crush
with one fell stroke all opposition until the?
oan get a firmer grasp of everything that re
lates to power. Tbey think tbey bave got the
puree In their own power; all tbey want now is
entire control of the sword. Let them get these
two things firmly In their power ouoe, and
everything is sure. Heooe their attempts to
bring the Democraoy into disrepute with the
army. No falsehood is . too great for
them to tell ln order to bring this
about. They are trying to get all the
officers of the army under their thumb.
In this they are succeeding well; for
all who do not become willing dupes or
slaves to their wicked schemes are dismissed
from the servioe or sent into retirement: while
there are thousands, holding fat offloes in the
army, tbat care ootning tor prlnttple, but only
for the spoil. These of course are Interested io
having the war perpetuated. Having this much
accomplished with tbe leaders in the army, no
tone is loft unturned, no falsehood too great to
be told to deoeive the mass of the aoldiers ioto
tbe belief that tbe Democrats are in sympathy
with treason. No opportunity is"' let pass to
represent the Democracy as traitors. Thev
will lead on a few drunken or desperate soldiers
to commit deeds of violence and blame the
soldiers lor what tbey were guilts of them
selves ' me otner aay, i Deard one of those,
wno evidently naa more Knowledge or tbe de
signs ot taese revolutionists, than wisdom to
keep what he knew to himself, say that he be
longed to a secret society in fitteburg, wboae
obect and determination were to commit vio
lence on all eetry man who said,or would dare
to say a word against tbe Government mean
ing Abraham Lincoln, lie said it was their de
termination to silence every word of opposition
to tbe measures of tbe Administration. Such is
evidently the intention of those who are grow
ing fat from the profits of this , war.
All discussion of publio measures .and
rascality Is to be resisted by violence.
Mobs are to govern the sentiment of tbe emirs
North . Printing-presses, tbe palladium of our
liberties, are to be destroyed, and a reien of
terror to be' Inaugurated. The Abolitionists
cannot entertain tne Idea or giving up the trust
tbey bave so criminally abused, and rorea Is to
be resorted to, to retain ther present power sod
to usurp more. It is high time tbe Democracy
were preparing for the worst, ft is bound to
come. Despotism is staring ns in the face. " It
is time the truly loyal men of tbe North were
up and doing. Let them maintain (heir liberty
at all baztrds, and at the ballot-box hurl from
power the destroyers of Our liberties.
- Yon will remember tbe ubiquitous Simon
Cameron was exposed in his attempt to buy bis
seat ln tbe United States Senate some time ago.
He and bis friends were very wratby at the im
putation oast uDon bis honesty a man that
ootid show as olean hands as be could and an
investigating committee was demanded by him,
which was granted; but nothing more la heard
of tbe committee, which strengthens the belie!
Of his guilt greatly. Tbe other day the CAruftsn
Cmmution perpetrated a great joke at his ex
pense at tiarrisburg, by making him one of Its
Viae Presidents!!! Simon Cameron V. P. of a
The Revolt in Poland.
The population : of the kingdom was
4,650,000 m roand numbers at the last census.
or this aggregate tba government of Augtu
tovo, in the north, contained 622,195; Plock, in
the south, 547,455; Warsaw, la the west,
1,031.480; Kadon, in tbe center, 927,302; and
Lublin, in the east, 1,018,701. Independent ef
these, however, attempts bave been made, with
some degree of suoces, to excite Insurrections
In the Rusaisn-Pollah Governments of Volhy
Ble, Padolia, Lithuania, eto the effect of which
must be to retard it not prevent the arrival of
reinforcements from St. Petersburg. , Indeed,
It la announced mat a state ot siege bas been
declared in five of those provinces, covering an
area ot fully thlity-one thousand square miles,
and it ia expected tbat martial law. will shortly
be deolared in all the residue. ,
Tbe mode of earrjing on the contest by the
natriota la essentially different from that adont-
ad by ahem in 1830-31. It resemble, in a good
degtetathe guerilla system adopted In certain of
our Southern border States. , The-imDeria'lau
bare Pceeeealon of ths principal cities snd other
arongooios; out wneuerer insy maxevneir ap
eeeranoe In the rural diatrlote, they are assail
ed by an unseen, (oe, who knows every fool of
the oouotry, and takes advantage of every slrip
of wood or Bora of morass. If defeated, the
roles retire, and perhaps march upon another
detachment to aobleve a victory by a snddsn
surprise. Their valor is beyond all praise, ss
bas been shown by three most aangalnary wars.
Though belonging to the same race As the
Western Russians, and speaking a dialed ol
tbe same language, no two peoples bate eaoh
other more bitterly. Instances have occurred
when wounded foes on the field prolonged the
contest by biting eaoh other until death put an
end to ous of tbe combatants. The persiatent
attempts to force the Greek creed and ritual
upon tbe Poles, who are mainly Roman Catho
lics, havs done much to embitter this national
The Revolt in Poland. State of Affairs at Port Royal--Strange
Revelations from a Massachusetts
[From the New Bedford Mercury. 18th]
We tako the following extract from a latt
plaoed in our bands, dated St. Helens Island.
mm huj.i, o. reoruary io. They contain
some interesting particulars, which bave not
been published before: - 1
"The Boston bducational Commission Save
exienaeu weir uem or operations quite large
ly. I believe tbey bave undertaken to help
the cause In the We.-t. snd in W.hin,
and in north Carolina, Norfolk, and along the
Southern coast. I wish tbey wouldn't, for
they bsve been obliged, in oonafquence, to re
duce the teaohers' salaries to thirty dollars
per mouth for men, and twenty for women.
Without considering myself, I really think this
Is bad policy. You must pay for good work or
,02 ?D lKe tn,7?T.ei! ia Philanthropy.
Wo have annexed latsl f. '
i .i. .j" ' ""u " savage
maraudings of tbe soldiers encamped on our
Islanl. An army corps, or grand division,
has lately arrived in this Denartm-n. .nd
been temporal ily stationed at Land's Eod
about four miles from us. While Gan. Ftr
(who came here in command of thetn), and
Gen. Hunter, who is in command of this De
partment, are amusing themselves with a little
patriotic quarrel couoernlng their respective
rights, and while Geo. Foster bas gons to pro
last in Washington, the whole exoeditinn I.
frnstrated. Charleston is supposed to be the
object of sttack, but this petty squabble has
rendered such a thing abortive ddw. In tbe
mean time tbe soldiers bave beon conducting
themselves with the meanness of pickpockets
and ths ferooity of savages. They have scat
tered abroad over the lower part of tbe island
like a swarm of locusts. Tbey bave burned
half a dozen houses, violated the negro women
robbed the men by brute foroe of monoy, poul
try snd pigs, and they have even klllled Govern,
ment cattle. Tbey come and ask A D A17 PA tit
cook them ft dinner. Then ther either 00 ntr
wuuuui payiuK, vr mey uana ina man a fiv
, . 1 , 1 1 . . -
or a ten dollar bill of Confederate money or
utuor iihu, uu tas cuange irom the Door
leuuws m guuu uiuuej. i uia naa oeen done
to suoh an extent tbat our neonle are m..
sessora of great quantities of this strartnn.
stuff. While it lasted, ( for it has been
stopped), we were all kept in constant ex
citooem, oalled out at all -hours of the
day and night by tha cries for protec
tion. We would rush to . the stable, sad
ble onr . horses, pnt onr pistols in our
pockets, and gallop to tba soene of riot.
But before we had arrived, the scoundrels, who
were as cunning as they were brutal, would be
off with their plunder. Ones I reach d th.
spot before tbey got off. Tlie negroes, seeing
me, were enoouragnd, and ploking op slicks;
fence rails, and nlher weapons, pursued the fel
low. The soldiers overtaken, cooked tbeif
muskets, put on ineir osyooets, and threatened
ths blacks most ferociously. -The latter showed
no want of pluck, and it was all I oould do to
prevent a row. Tbey would have got tbe worst
ot it, lor may naa no soon weapons as tbe sol
diers, and tbe latter were a set of the most dea
cerate looking rasoals yon would see ln New
Xork. Una or tnem oooked a revolver at a ne
gro and swore he wonld blow his brains ont.
Another rushed up to a man and pnt a bayonet
to his breast swearing , he would run him
through. In each case I was in time to stop
the murder, if Indeed they had seriously meant
to kill. Tbere was a terrible deal of cursing
and pointing of muskets and shaking of fists,
bat at last I persuaded the brutes to
go off. They offered me no violence, and
seemed inolined to listen to reason when I
told them I wonld bear witness to any vio
lence to ths people, and that I should at onoe
report tha oase to the General. I tell yon tbe
possession of a loaded revolver, quite ready to
my nana, gave me a coomess and reeling or
ooundence tbat were ot great service to me.
I went down at once' to. tbe General In com
mand. I fonnd he had already written off a
general order concerning the matter,-and bad
begun the most pro up t and severe measures of
repression. So I went back oomforted. and
slnoe there hss been no trouble. During these
lew days ot rapine, toe poor blacks lost hun
dreds of dollars worth of property.
"I am sorry to bear tbat some of the Twenty-fourth
Massachusetts Regiment were among
tbe marauders. I understand that a whole
oompany of that regiment are now in irons at
Bay Point, their offioers iuoluded. General
Negley himself told me tbat be had arretted
one Colonel for permitting this disorder. So
jou see we bave oo laok of exoitement here
OHIO UNION LOAN OF 1866.
Omen or tbs Commissionix or tbs Sihkiho Fcmd i
v - or tb. BraT or Ohio,
. . Ooiomoi, March 5th 1603.)
vro (-ice 19 HEREBY GIVEH TO Tbe
Jl holder of th "OHIO UNION LOAN," "redeems
bl at the BrTtTna.oaT at th.Dleainn of tbe State,
on or before the lint day ef May, 1H60," that th. State
1 now ready to pay the principal of th. certificates of
lam loan, witn inter. to the nnt day ol April, vxi
on Preaenation at thi office.
After the flnl day of April, 1863, intend on-certlfi-
eatea not preaented ror payment, will cease.
H. W. TAYLEft, Auditor of State,
.. W. W. aAMHTHONft. RMinten nf State.
' ' LYMAN B CRITOHrlELD, Attorney General,
, Oommisilonen of the Sinking fund.
marS-dtawtillapl - . . r
0PP0SITB 8TATB HOTJBB, t .
TUII8 OLD IBTABLI&BID AND WILL KNOWN
X Houee, during tha put eaaon haa been thoroughly
nnovated. repainted and re fa rn letted la a atrle both
comfortable and elegant, o tbat we feel well awn red that
tnoM wno raror ui witn a can win nna an tn. eomiort
and oonreniiDoe. uual In tnt claaa Hoteia. .. . r-.
. .. . .. WARDEN A EMERY
oatlB-dly j ' VBOPRIBTOBS.
Charles Dean's Estate.
A LL PBR80N8 tntereated In the eirate of Obarlea
jCJl Sean, deoeawd, an hereby notified that 1. D. How
ard, admlnlitrator of laid .tte. ha Bled In the Pro
bate Court of franklin county, Ohio, hi tnal reoort
and llat of elalma preeented to. and allowed bv him aa
Juit and valid debts airatntt. aald estate. Said report
win o.xmma tip um voarv. ana a dividend ol tne
a wet of aald estate deolared on the 80th day of April,
. 1 lORa . - i.-u.J . -
m.. v.. icw, iui,h vniiui.ni ivr prou wuu,
. i"ii.'; , li a. ALBBak. j
Columbia, Maroh W; 1883. . - tntarS-aUtw3w
William McDowell's ' Estate.
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY eSITElf. That
i. th nndetalgnd ha thia day been appointed and
qualified by. th Probate Court of franklin Bounty.!
Ohio, a admlnlitrator of th eiUt. of William Hoi
Dowell, lata of Montgomery towmhipi m aata county
Dated ta th day of March, A. J. 1863.
Morning and Noon Dispatches.
From the Yazoo Fleet.
Washington, March 35. The following die.
patobes were received at ths Navv Department
CAIRO, March 24.
Hon. Oidton WtlU. Secretary ef Nam:
I bave lust received a oommuolaatlon from
Lieut Commanding R. R. Breeze, dated Black'
hawk, March SOib. Tbe Hartford is below,
Warrenton, Admiral Farragut's Secretary
oame on board this morning, en route to Ad
miral Porter. It will take him a week at least
to communicate and get back. He says the"
Hartford passed the fort at Port Hudson, but
tbs other vessels were renulsed. snd one thev '
saw in flames. It Is believed that tbe Missis
A. M. PENNOCK,
Fleet Capt. Comd'g Squadron.
CAIRO, ILL., March 24, 7.50 P. M.
Ho.Gidtn WeUei, Secretary tf tht JVaeyf '
' (have just received S' communication from
Lieutenant Commanding R. R. Breeks, dated
Blackhawk, Maroh 19. The Admiral has got
through Steel's and tbe Black Baron with fire
;iron clads and thu Price, and into Deer creek,
and Is making all haste for the Yazoo river.
iDoubtless be is tbere now. : Genersl Sherman
and bis troops are following him up. '
Fleet Captain, Commander of Station.
Fleet Captain, Commander of Station. The Position of New Jersey.
Tsinton. N. J., March 24. Last night res
olutions were passed by tbs Senate denying
tbe trntb of tbe representations made for par-
tisin purposes, tnat new jersey intended to
resist by force tbe execution of certain acts of
Congress. The last resolution declares that
the people of New Jersey sre a law abiding
people, and ardently devoted to a union of all
the States, and while tlioy may condemn and
protett against osrtain laws as nnoonstitntlon-i
al and unjust, yet unrepealed or till declared to
be unconstitutional, they will regard them: as
law, and will confidently look to the courts
and ibe ballot box tor redress After an ani-,
.mated discussion tbey were passed by a party
Vote. The Republicans opposed them In con
sequence of tbe Implied censure upon them.
This morning tbe resolutions pateed tbe llaaaa
by a large vote. . ,
From Washington—The Rebels Falling
Back from Fredericksburg.
New Yotx, Marob 25, The Times' dispatch
ays: Refugees who arrived within oar lines
yesterday coufirm the statement that tbs rebel
army Is falling baok from Fredericksburg, and
being massed in tbe defenses before Richmond.
Tbey state that the entire force left at Fred-
erioksbnrg on Snnday night to bave been eight
thousand. They also confirm the news that
the gnn-making machinery and - ordnanov
stores are being rapidly removed froa Rich
mond into Georgia; that the withdrawal of
families from the oity has folly set in, and thai
sales of property are beloif forced at a ruinous
lots, . . : ; " j
Tbey also state tbat the acknowledged loss.
doplored by oavalry soldiers in Riohmond, sus
tained in tne recent thrashing Averlll gave
tnem, was between four ana nve hundred kill
ed and wounded. Among tha killed was Col.
Lagrange, of Nqtth Carolina. .
The rebel guerrillas cama again, to-day down
onr line at Cbantllly and made a feint of at
tack. Seventy of our oavalry dashed at them
and chased them a mile or so, till in passing
tbey received a flank fire from behind pickets
and a barracade. Our oavalry wheeled and
fled, pursued by tha enemy, but rallied and
again charged the rebels (p a distance of three
miles. . - -
One great duty with which General Bamslde
is charged in his new department is to defend
Kentnoky from the apprehended rebel Invasion.
tie will be tarnished witb an ample force for
that purpose. Should circa matin oet favor, ha
may co-operate with tieneral Kosearaoa la,
middle Tennessee.. . .. , .
WM. II. RESTIEAUX,
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LOUR, 8 ALT, LIQUORS, ETC. '
STORAGE V COMMISSION
ATI. . .
HATING JUST BEOBITID FROM NBW YOBS All
elenol aeeortment of Good for Gentlemen' wear.
I am now prenared to offer to my old patron and o there.
great indueoment in Uo Mleetion of famenat, ior the
coming anion. ' " ,
Inav..ku-RstooKof 1 ' '. . i.r- u a;u
x 111 :i tljo.t i,J it " i (IMIWn
Cloths, Cassimcres and Vestiufis,
And a general aaaortmeot of fTJENIBHINd OOOS8 o
the rloheat and neateetatylea in the market, allot Which
a w eviung.. luvvnaanvr rmva uth roa iaa.r
SPXCHX AmiTlOS PAT0 TO MUTaST
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Baring had kmg erperleaoa in the est and aunafactv
of Omen' CLOTBiit., I feel eontdentl oan five en-
ura aaliaiacuoa to ail avy yacrona; .u ;.j "i. .'"
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1ST E I LfiOiUS B .
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' Columlnas,7; Ohio!
la Kow Ready for the Reoejptiozt. of
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