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The Examination of Frederick Court
The Examination of Frederick Court Concluded—The Defendant Held for
The Examination of Frederick Court Concluded—The Defendant Held for Trial.
from tie Cleveland katier, aba remain
der erf tbe teUoii'oa th, examination of
Fi)?ibi CooiT,,,,befor United States Com-
mlflgionec WniTjt. jWe find in tbe
er a report ol the eubeeqaeot proceedings,
hiah we here r-reient brief abatf actf ' "
Thi Tfmeht wai opened for thejpoeecuUo
bysttlc, Attorney Patki. Tn act he said
under which the defendant will be tried, If tried
et H, U IB acYto pwiteh the Inolpleot stagea of
treason, not reached by the act prtmu..u- -m;
Treaaoa consists nrt acta against the
Government. Men may oowplre agalnrt the
Gorernment, and not be guilty of treason, ine
aet referred to was to ponlab, conspiracy before
It derelopi Into actual treason.. -!" "
Mr. Pa expressed the opinion' that the
purpose of the first obligation la to draw in men
ho"irould not llaten moment to auoh
schema as that whloh la oonneeted with the
Knlghta of the Golden Circle, were they first
m.H aware of the second obligation. t.That
some men la Marlon oounty who took the) Jlrat
obligation, believed that it waa merely an order
tn ntotcct attains..' outbreaks In that county, be
could believe. The District Attorney summed
up the evidence briefly.
8.- B. Paairnss, E j , opened the argument
for tne defense. ' ""
He considered the Idea that the organization
in Marion county is for the purpose oi rer-
throwing the Governnent or the United states,
ae iimnlt ridiculous. . Thit it had no head, no
officers, and no laws) the testimony of all the
:.,,. ..amtnad had eone to show. . It was
niiuwwv - w
his conviction that tbe association has now no
vitality, nor had It when tbe defondant waa ar.
retted. He claimed that the second obligation
was not an obligation designed to be adminis
tered to any' one" joining the crganlxation in
Marion county. i -
Judge Rnmr concluded the argument for
the prosecution. He said the act, under which
the defendant was arrested, la violated when
persona band together or conspire againrt the
Gorernment. , - . .
- Wlthteg&rd to tho firut oath, Judge R. did
not consider that it conflicted with any act of
Congress. But be believed with the District
Attorney that it was a kind of a "stool pigeon"
to entrao men Into taking the aecond oath. He
conaidered that .no man of much reflection
could be entrapped In that manner.
Judge R.wut reviewed the testimony at
lend, to show that the Golden. Circle
t- o '
cWteA u an era antaetioD, and that Court was
member of ft. , 1',
The Court adjourned till, two o'clock is tho
afternoon,, when Commiesiomer Wbiti pro
nounced hie decision, holding the defendant
over for trial in tbe United States Court.'on
the aecond Tuesday in November next. . J .
The examination of Dr. Chsistiaw, also of
Marion crontv, on a similar charge, was then
commenced. ,; .;.!
The United States District Attorney
of the Southern District of Ohio.
It ia leldom that we notice anything publlah-
cd in the paper printed In ia city called the
CaoUal CUv Fact, but in Its hsue of Tburaaay,
October 17, am article appears, from which wo
extract the following, wnioh dsmandetbe atten
tion of the authorities: .
We would fain tret this matter aa a baselesa
dream, and diabeliere that leading members of
tbe Democratic puty nave conapirea w uTer
tbrow the. Government; but tbe reality ia too
pilpibie to admit of doobt. We are surround
ed by dangerous men, ajid no one knows thai be
is not conversing wun v"PP" "
mhn hu .worn the moat terrible oath to mnr-
,1 i,;. nchhnr and dettroT bis Government
Ta Tint th rflpCtlOH alarming? and are not lojal
men called upon to more rigorously in tbe work
r frrtinr out those rile fiends wbo hare sworn
alleciance to Jeff. Davis and destruction to tbe
- w II - 1 I. rt.L L.
UniOOT IT cm mcaniny men nuei mn unn
lint Ote txvttnct of uck trgtvzalw poinoit,
m v. tart been, aicart for leveral wttJc. tn au
tkoritw tchieh utmre not at liberty to mmie fuLlie,
of Ae txidtnet of "Circle" t thii tity, nd the
noma of memotrt aaee. oetn gwen w, iw
d,n. lht mtntiotof tame of which Would itartle
ttmmunity, and caue bytl mem to shun their
father'. ', .
Wa believe tbia to be a falsehood oat of
whole cloth, and a base libel upon tbe people of
this city. And we also believe that any man
being possessed of such information as It hare
stated, and refuses to make it public, or to bring
tho offender to immediate punishment, Is an
infamous and dangerous character. , , ., , ,
It will not do to say "we are not at liberty to
make public." ' It is the Vy of a good citizen
to make public and procure the arrest of any
persons engaged ia any secret organisation to
Injure ear people or aid in overthrowing tneir
Government. And If the editor of the Fact is
possessed of the facts be professes, and will not
advise the public, w call upon Mr. aia, me
United States District Attorney, to subpant
Mr. Gurr, the editor of that paper, before the
United States Grand Jury, now in session, to
give testimony .'against tho . conspirators,
who, be says, aro in our elty. The good ' peo
ple of the city demand it. Tbe story has been
repeated quite often enough, and should b sub-
. J .U .ntVn. mvrmmmA tn iha with.
erlnc scorn of onr people. - - -: - U . t
Outrage at Renick.
When the North . Missouri train arrived at
RAtilftk. An iti lant nnward trio, a band of rebels
appeared on the ground and took possession of
tbs train., iney captureu, n ta biu, iuur ulcers
of tbe Federal army, three of whom they
let go, and then they instituted a search for
plunder. In thia they were unsuccessful, owing
more to their own want of cunning than tne ao
sence of goods which tbey might bavs seized.
One of the oars contained two ton of military
clothing, In charge of the Express Company,
which waa never seen by the robbers. They
were destined for Nebraska, and by this time
sre safely landed la Omaha. The citizens of
Renick, we are amrared, had nothing Ik do with
this outrage. St-I
A Ksioht o tbi Gold an Circli Baium
Frederick Court, wbo was srrested oa Monday
by Deputy Marshal Smith, ow charge of con
spiracy, was admitted to $3000 ball before Ccm
mlraioner'B. Whits yesterday. lie was bailed
by bia lather and a friend. CZtWil Herald,
Oct, 9.- ' '-" '' " ,'
W wont promise Deputy Marshal Smith ths
s'ght or a veritable JUitgbi oi me uoiaen iir-
ala. anouia ne some aowa mil way, uui wa w.u
show bim a few atraggling members of tbs Or
der of the Sons of Malta wbo bavs been "Jay
In around loose" ever since the Ltitie expose.
Thia Order ls"militiry In its character and,
originating in the Sjuih, may also be in ravor
of some secret "exptiliiiuu" or "acquisitioa."
Tbey, like the Knights of the Golden Circle,
have tbelr. "banners" acd their ."emblems,"
aro known by be nsaal signs -of ths Order,
and ars secretive In their habits, snd, perhaps,
equally danrermui at least "it bath been so re-corded."
WtUn'UU Thrift, . ,
Movements on Mexico and Canada.
It appear by the lata news f ronj Ewope that
t; tripartita treaty between Enttand, France
hi Spain; looking to an Intervention, In Meil-
oan affairs, haa not been actually signed, though
tho rtOlrabaHwi btrHJefeff Sffftta"pwTT"
Tho London Timtt placeo-the basis of tho
proposed intervention on the part (nil)tnd,J
not aimply oa the ground ot aeoie auo irom
Mexico .ta.Bfltiak oreditora, but on thafor
wrongs iafliotod by Mexico on British subjects.
. That on intervention in the affairs of Mexico
an9 (he establishment of a military protectorate
over her, are really designed,, as evident from
tho fact that England, Franco and 6paln have
ordered large reinforcements,' naval and mi lit.
rj, to Cuba and the Gulf of Mexico
It wpuld acem, too, that England baa not
only an eye on Mexico and the Gulf, but' that
Canada baa more than bo usual share ol her
maternal attention. It waa said soma time
alneo that abe wu sending to that province only
tbo ordinary military force, 'needed fof the as
sistance and protection, of the Government in
the exercise, of its administrative funotions.
But new it seems that something more Is Seem
ed necessary, as wo ar informed by late arrlv
als from Europe that the British Government
hat diapatohed moro war ahips, with au Immense
amount of war stores, to Canada. This has
meaning', of which 'our own Government may
understand more than U deems prudent to make
public It may be wise precaution to fortify
the Northern as well as the Southern frontier of
tboloyolBtatss.".'. .' . . , ..
The Escape of the Nashville—Three
Steam Gunboats in Pursuit.
Onr telegraphio dispatches, have already ap
prised our readers of the faot that the rebel
steamer Nashville bad escaped from Charles
ton, baring,' by some stratagem, evaded tbe
United States steamers blockading that port,
and that ah had on board as passengers Sena
tor Mason, a Minister from lbs Confederate
States to England, and Senator Slidell a Min
ister to Franc. 'They were accompanied by
their suits, and bad everything on board, such
as papers, etc.; that could In any way tend to
Influence the foreign Powers to which they ar
delegated. , ; . ; . . '
, The Petersburg (Va ) Exprtn throws a little
more light on the subject In the following ex
tract: i , .' , .-i.
' Tho Nashville ran tho blockade onFrldav
night, under oommand of Lieutenant Robert B.
Peeram. '(This Pegram entered the United
Bute service In 1829, and at the time hostill
ties commenced waa on duty at tbo Navy Yard,
Norfolk. He is a Virginian by birth ) ' -
She takes as paisengers Hon. James M. Ma
son and John Slidell, the first ono accredited
Commissioner to tho Court of St. James, and
the latter going in the same capacity to the
Court of St. Cloud. James Edward MeFarland,
Esq., of Petersburg, goes as private secretary
to Mr. Mason, and tbe Hon. George Eastis, of
New Orleans, aa eeoretarv to Mr. Slidell. '
Tho Nashville, of course, takes out a full
mall and valuable offioial documents for the
Confederate Commissioners who have been on
the Continent for many months past. The
Nashville is said to be one of the swiftest
steamers that ever plied tbe American waters,
and for several years ran as a passenger and
mail boat between. New York and Charleston.
Her Custom House measurement Is about twelve
hundred tons. ' .. -I : '
And tbo Winchester Rrpublican, of Septem
ber 27th, informs us that the ' .Jv , J,','i , V .
Hon. James M. Mason left town yesterday,
en route to Richmond, on bis way to England,
as tbe Confederate Minister to the Court of St.
lanes. May success attend his mission, and he
return with renewed health and vigor, to his
nany friends. . ., . . ,,, j i t. . :
vOn Wednesday morning, the 16th lost., Cap
tain Doroirr, at New York, received orders
from the department at Washington to dispatch
steamers after the Nashville with tho least
possible delay, and, according to order, ho at
onoe sent off the steamer! Alabama and An'
gusta, from his squadron in tho North river,
for the purpose of overtaking and capturing
the Nashville, and at tbe same time Command
er Maxwell Woodhull, of th steamer Connect
icut, received orders to likewise prepare and
proceed to sea, on tbo (am errand. He at once
got everything In . readiness,' and tbe three ves
sels aro now in full pursuit : of the rebel
steamer.. .. .' , , . . ;
, j- - ,i, . i'i a 1 1
The Federal Prisoners at Richmond.
Sergeant M err ell, of the Twenty-seventh
New xork regiment, wbo Is a prisoner at Kion
mood, writes to the Rochester Express ss fol
. '.'More than fifteen hundred commissioned
and non-commissioned officers and privates at
this moment lie Incarcerated In various tobacco
faotorlea, converted into prisons, In this city
many among tbem tne bravest and most gallant
of our army.' This estimate Includes ths
wounded at the different hospital, now conva
lescent from amputation of limb and Injuries
of a minor nature, or wnicn there are a large
Wby will our Gorernment not adopt some
plan for an exchange of prisoners. We have
many prisoners wbo are nothing moro than an
axpense to us. . Let our gallant men be brought
borne, by an exchange. Tbe following ia to ths
point. . !" ; ": ' . v
, A petition, prepared by some of the leading
men of Connecticut, Is about to be presented to
tha Legislature of that State for Its Indorse
ment, urging President Lincoln to take meas
ures for the release of the Federal priioner at
Kionmona. me petitioners say:
There is no doubt tbst a war is fact exists.
snd it Is m terrible truth that they aro prisoners
For th purpose of exchange, at least, tbey are
srisonere of war. Tbey were taken In a battle
rendered Illustrious by taeir Bravery, nut disss
Irons tbrongk tbe fault of Otnere
Thev are la a elate of want and suffering
many are wounded and alck, and dying by inch
meir lamiues are pining tor mem, ana are
little less to bs pitied, now long is mis to coo
tinast What is to.be the resnltT "Are they to
wun deierence, we suomu mat jusuce to
them, policy towards' the noble men wbo sre
fallowing tbem to the field, and who may In the
Providence of God follow them to tbe prison,
Indeed, the common dictates of humanity re
quire their immediate deliverance.
[For the Ohio Statesman.]
'"Frarldeaoe is en the sUeat the neat artUliry."-
CAMP PIERPONT, VA., Oct. 15, 1861.
ri JEior--Columbns Is one of the pieces
which has the right kind of material lor making
up companies of Light Artillery, .ebs.baa
large number of railroad men, breketnen and
otber employees, whose occupation has trained
them to aotivlty and quickness, and who would,
In a abort time, acquire extraordinary xpttneet
in th management o(, Field, Artillery; and men
ho are skilled ia ths.rnantgemsnt of horse
In otber ecoapationS there 'art well calcu
lated for light batteries) and, ofganfzatlona of
tun aiuo ars Daaueo, w strtogioen pur army.
'."i't-'Li "' Tawrs, ItcW'l. ' '" a-n a ui
'. P. S. a'uf Ciiilllcothei also :'r
suitable place or so enterprise of that kind.-
' '! ! -' -m v I ' '..i W- ,v .-
BJ The homestead at-Matahfield.-tbo formes
residence of Daniel Wrbiter, now acoapled by
the widow and children of his son, Sldoey Web
ster, waa near being destroyed by fire a few
days sgo, A bam, ona kindred feet In tength,
was entirely consumed, with its contents, oca
fisting of thirty tons of hay, a large assortstoat
or farming tools, a borM, carnage, etc., ato
Th loss is estimated at several thousand dol
lars, said lo b partially insured, I
Important Circular of Secretary
The following clroular has been sent to each
qf the Governor Of the loyal Btatos on the sea
board and lakes. ' V.. )
Seward. DEPARTMENT OF STATE,
Seward. DEPARTMENT OF STATE, WASHINGTON, Oct. 14, 1861.
THi$ iVcWcw, th Oovtrnk f t r
V, Sia: The present insurrection 1iad hoi even
revealed itself In arms when disloyal citizens
ttaatened to foreign oontttrlos to invoke tbeir tn
tervention for the overthrow of tho Govern
ment and tbe destruction of th Federal Union.
Tkeae aaeata are known to have made tbelr ap
peals to some of the more important States
without sucoesa. It is not likely, however, that
they will remain content with such refusals.
, Indeed t it is understood that tbey aro Industri
ously endeavoring to accomplish their disloyal
nurnoeea bv decrees and bv indirection. Tak
ing advantage of the embarrassments of agri
culture, manufacture and commerce in foreign
countries, resulting from tho insurrection thev
have inaugurated at home, they aeek to involve
our common country in controversies wun
States with which every publio interest and ev
ery interest of mankind require that It shall re
main in relations of peace, amity and friend'
abrp. ; I am able to state for your satisfaction
that tbe prospect for any such disturbance is
now less serious man it nas been at any previ
ous period during the course of the Insurrection
It is, nevertheless, necessary now, as it haa
hitherto been; to take every precaution that is
possible to avoid tho evils of foreign war, to be
superinduced upon those of civil commotion
which we are endeavoring to cure. ,
One of the most obvious of such precautions
Is that our ports and harbors on the seas and
lakes should be put In a condition of complete
defense, for any nation may be said to volunta
rily inour danger In' tempestuous seaaons when
It fails to show that It bas sheltered itself on
every aide from wbich tbe storm might possibly
The measures which tbe Executive can adopt
in thia emergency are such only as Congress bas
sanctioned, and for which it bat provided. .
The President is putting; fortb tbe most dill-
gent efforts to execute these measures, and we
have tbe great aatisfaetion of seeing that those
efl'orte are seconded by the favor, aid and sup
port of a loyal, patriotio and self-sacrifioing peo
ple, wbo are rapidly bringing the military and
naval foroo of the United States Into the high
est state -of ' effloieocy. ' But Congress was
chiefly absorbed during Its recent extra session
with those measures, and did not provide as
amply as could bo wished for tbe fortification
of ourssa and lake' coasts. In previons wars
the loyal States have applied themselves by In
dependent end separate activity to tbe support
and aid of the Federal Government in its ardu
ous responsibilities. The samO1 disposition bas
been mini rested in a degree eminently nonora
bie by all the loyal Statea during the present
In view of this fact, and relying upon tbe In
crease and continuance of the same disposition
on tbe part of tbe loyal States, tbe President
has directed me to invite your consideration to
the aobjeot of the improvement and perfection
of th defenses of tbe State over wbich you
preside, and to ask you to submit tbe subject to
the consideration of the Legislature when it
shall have assembled. 8ueh proceedings by the
State would require only a-temporary use of its
ineaus. '. - '
Tbe expenditure ooght to be made the sub-
eot of conference with the Federal Government.
Being thus made, with the concurrence of tbe
Government, for general defense, there is every
reason to believe that Congress would sanction
what tho State should dr, and would provide
for It reimbursement.'
Should theee suggestions be accented, the
President will direct tbe proper agent of the
Government to confer with you, and to super
intend, direct and conduct the prosecution of the
system of defense of yonr State.'
I- 1 nave tbe honor to be, air,
' ' Your obedient servant,
W. H. SEWARD.
U. S. SANITARY COMMISSION,
For relief Sick and Wounded of the
Federal Army, Wheeling Depot.
No. 105 1/2 MAIN STREET,
Wheeling Va., Oct. 14, 1861.
To the Women of Virginia, Ohio and Penntylta-
aw. ! i i:.-. . ; . j ! :
'The Sanitary Commission organized by the
United Bute aiovernment, to promote the
health, happiness and efficiency of tbe soldiers
in our army, nas established an Agency In
Wheeling, Vs., in care of Dr. C. D. Griawold,
ror the reception and distribution or Hospital
Stores for ths army In Western Virginia.
The plan of organization and wants of the
Sanitary Commission, as well as the evidence
of Its nssfulness, are given in the accompanying
circular, to wnicn your attention is respectfully
directed. Contributions of the articles herein
enumerated are solicited from all wbo are loyal
to onr ause. Donations should bs carefully
packed, marked with the address given below.
and torwardea van or xxrxNn to tbe Uommla
sion. . , . i
AU such donations will be promptly acknowl
edged and carefully dispensed to supply wants
known oy aotnai inspection to exist.
All letters and paokages should be sddressed
to "U. S. sanitary tJom mission, care Vr. C. D
Uriswold, 105 Main street, Wheeling, Va."
", . ." Respeotfully. yonrs,
T. L. NEWBERRY, M. D.,
Associate Secretary U. S. Commission.
C. D. OaiswoLD, M. D., U. 8. Inspector for
vve tern va.
D. L. L. Fatcna, Receiring Agent, Wheel
HOSPITAL STORES WANTED BY THE UNITED STATES
1st. HosrrriL Shists of two breadths yard
wide, nnbleacbed muslin, one and a ball yards
ions; open one nair yard at nap; length ol col
lar twenty inches; depth of arm-hole t.welre
inches; length ol sleeve three fourth yards; hem
at wrist and leave open ten Inches, length of
ant in rront one yard; with a piece four ioobes
wide Japping under; fasten with four tape
Wot more than one-roartn oi the stock sball
bs mads by tbs above rule for the rest, make
plain loose night shirts, ordinary pattern, ons
and one-fourth yards long. A few may be made
open all the way down . the back, fastened up
2d. HosrrraL Diiwiib, on and a fourth
yard in length, one breadth yard wide, un
bleached muslin, in each leg; length from waist
to crctcb, on bsck, twenty-two inches, in front
eighteen Inches, with three button, hem and
drawing aroutd tb waist and at each ancle.
Loose drawer ol ordinary pattern ar a so
required. A large proportion of these hospital
garments ought, at this season, to be made of
isbt flannel, or canton flannel. The flannel
Deed should be mixed with cotton, as less liable
3d. Towels, Handkerchiefs, loose Sllnnem.
JVoofcn SocJtr . - ' , - " '
t 4th. Ban Lanza. Bed sacking, seven feet
long, three feet wide: pillow sacking, sixteen
inobes wide, thirty lnobea long; pillow cases,
eighteen inches wids, thirty-aix inches lonn
Sheets, four feet wide, eight feet long.
5tb. Liirr made from fines rags, either scran-
er rsveiea in euort inreaas. i ne linen must
perfectly clean and free from sny taint of
6th. Bakoaqcs .Firet, Roixiai, from one to
four inches wide, abont four yards long; of soft
cotton or nannei, ronea very nara and smooth
ly.' Second, Asdomwal Basdaoij. of thick
flannol; length, one and tree-quarter yards, to
overlap in iront; wiaio, ten to tnirteen inches,
with narrow-gores at tbe hips; three and a half
ncbss biga, and two Inches wide at the bottom.
wun tnreo oroaa tapes on eacn aide, attached
upon or abov the gores. Old linen and cotton
pieces, without seams or selvedges r for com.
presses and dressings. ' "
Cotton oatttng and wadding, Oil Bilk. Cut u
Soap and Sponges. ' ,
7th, Jellies, dried or canned fruit of every
kind, -tomatoes, sweet corn (put uD B seated
cans), also light groceries In parcels, as tea,
corn starch, farina, eago, pearl barley, cut
aal. yeast cake sad yeaat powders.- brand, .
native wines and cordials In pint battles.
8ih. Blawksts, wotlts and uoMrorrABtrs
Th IroOp In tb field need blankets. ' The
supply in tns onwrr- ia axnauaiea. nicii.
spring to arm faster than tbo mills can manu
facture, and Isrg quantities ' ordered from
abroad have not arrived. ' To relieve pressing
necessities contribution are invited front tbe
sarplo of families. The regulation arm v blank-ate-weigh
nre pounds, bnt good, ssuna woolen
blankets, weighing oot leas than 'four ponnds,
bs gladly received at tbo office or tbo Uni
States Quartermaster la tbo principal town
ot tha-loyal States, snd applied to the Us of
ths troops. To such as have blankets which
they can spare, bnt oannot afford to give, the
fuU market value of suitable blanket, deliver
ed a will be "
"M. C. MEIGS,
"Quartermaster-General U. S."
Every blanket or quilt sent to tka Sanitary
Commission is, nlvaleat In value to the nation
to a blanket supplied as above by the Quarter
maater General. Tbe hospitals must be pro
vided for as well aa the camps.
FRED. LAW OLMSTEAD,
Gen. James Lane.
; President Llnooln and the Administration are
bound by every consideration of any weight
with ruler and with men we will not add
Christian men Instantly lo take Such measures
as will spare our people such horrors, and the
very name of oiruisitlon suoh disgrace, as are
- . . . r i l l 1 1
tbe coneequenoes oi irosnug reopouBiuiB mili
tary command to a man like James Lane. A
command under the lead of such a man ia no
better than an armed and organized banditti:
with of course mors terrors and power for evil
than attaches to any band of mere robbers and
murderers, because its offloers act tinder regular
commissions and cloak their crimes with the
mantle of authority, tils movements and
marches are, no better than the raids of lawless
bands, wbo spread tbemseives over a aeiense
less country to pillage and harry it. Those im
putations do not, we presume, justly rest on
every individual of bis command. Many of hie
command, probably most of tbem, simply obey
tha atrociona orders tbey receive. But some
of his follower ar doubtless equally depraved
with their leader. We tnink we do not speak
unadvisedly, . '
The account of Lane's inarch to Osceola
his burning of stores belonging to citizens in
that town bis destruction ot it by nre, ana nie
summary putting to' deatb seven ol tbs innabl
tants wbom be seized, presents a case of wan
ton devastation and atrocity wbich admits of no
valid excuse. At least, so it is reported to ne.
The outrages and crimes against property and
life, perpetrated by bim in that foray, are a dis
honor to the flag under whose pretended author
ity tbey were committed, and will dishonor the
Administration, it they are not Inquired into
and punished in some way. Our Government
doee aot mean to waste Missouri with fire and
sword. Its object is to prevent that waste and
reduce it to tbe lowest possible amount. Justi
fying or conniving at the ravage and slaughter
ot whlcb Lane nas been guilty, would be to
oonsign Missouri to a doom as fearful as Hyder
All muicted on tne uaruatio.
If Lane must hold a military position, he and
his should be confined under it strictly to the
defense of Kansas, and ahould not, under any
pretext, be permitted to come into Missouri.
Tbe mutual murders snd crimes perpetrated on
each other by the opposed -parties in Kansas
years since, ought by this time to be "by gone."
It would be difficult now to strike a balance be
tween tbe two; but we doubt not that Lane's
party had lta whole revenge at that time. It
triumphed also politically. Feeding now upon
tboee old- grudges, argues a revenge tbat Is in
satiable. The Kansas quarrel ought now to be
regarded as a dead one. President Lincoln
should not permit It to be sn Ingredient in tbis
war. Tbat war Is fierce and fatal enoogb with
out mixing with its incentives the spirit of a
Corsican vengeance, that is never satisfied short
of extermination. St. Louie Rtpublican.
BOARDING I BOARDING 1 1
GOOD BOARD dc PLEASANT ROOMS
for elitat or ten penon,, can he hid by applying to
0. PATTERSON. No. 116 South Front Btrt I, between
State and Town Streets.
Being bnt one iquar from the State noaie, makes It a
desirable place for boiinen men. t ,
octlV-dlat , ' . ;.:. ji-.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING TAKEN
a I cue on tb Store Room
ISTo- It East State St.,
has opened it as aa - -
Auction & Commission Boom.
He b now prepared to rMlva ah flrnnmlMtoa avery
description of property, inch aa Dry Good,, Groceries,
Liquor,, furniture. Oarrlaxei, Horaea, etc. He alto
Intend, to devote hi, attention to talea of Real JEatatt
and Pertonal Pioperty, at any point, within twentj mile
Auction Sales Every Evening.
Consignment! reipec'.fnlty iollclted.
W. B. KgNT, auctioneer.
NIC not A 8 HARRINGTON and DELILAH HAS
RINOTON, In th Btata ef Kansas, will take no
tlo that Robert Burns Griffin did, on th 18th day of
May, A. D. 1801 , file his petition In th Superior Court
or rranaun county, unio, against tn saia Nicholas Har
rington, Delilah Harrington, Peter Harrington and
others, setting fortb, that th said Niobolas snd Delilah
uarringtoa ex ten led a mortgag to tb ssld tt. B. Urir-
nn on lots os. ax and 43 In th town of Alton, Frank
iid county, Ohio, to secure the payment of a not ex'
ented by said Nicholas and Peter Harrington to said R.
B. Griffin, on the Oth day ot January. for 9306 30,
payable two years arter date, and praying that said mort
gage may be foreclosed, th mortgaged premises sold,
ana tne proceed, applied to th payment or the said In
debtedness. gild Nicholas and Delilah Harrington ar
notified that they ar required to appear and answer
said petition on or before th 3d Batnrday after th 2d
asy oi December, A. V. iwi.
WARDEN A DBESEL,
Att'ys for R. B. Griffin
Columbus, 0., Oct. 10, 616wwi3ddee)
119 South High Street.
$30,000 Worth of Goods
TO BE POT INTO MONET; BOUGHT IROM
Broken Down New York Merchants,
AT FIFTT CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
Lupin's Best French Merino, worth 1 1 SO for
Beat Ottoman Cloths,
' Batln DuOhene.
l so 1 00
l so " i 00
l so 10
i so " i 00
1 00 75
7J ' '50
I 00 " ' " 75
riga . ,
French Telouii. -
74 ... mu
All-wool Dalaloe. " i i M mu
!.(.., n. .... r . . i n. .. "
xrmiu viiania voara;, - .ti y&
lie lain s, : . . r ! " BO
" . lfl in
Cases Prints, . 8 SV
"... " . 10 m
..... . ' " - l" 10
BHAWLB Broche Lone Bhswla. worth S20 for Sin-
Broche Bquar Shawls, worth a 10 for SSi Stella Shawla.
prices; Extra Quality Long and Bquar; Plaid Wool
cn.wi,; jfisca ana wnit riaid snawis; aiisse wool
nnawis: Gent's Trarelin, Shawla: G lores. Iloaierr. Tin.
dershirls and Drawers.
itoasekeeiierewlll nS foil uanrbnent of Vlannrla
Blankets, H leached and Hnbleaobed Cotton Bhsetlogs
and Shirtings, Pillow Case Oottons. Irish Linens. Nap
kin and Table Damasks, Crash snd Huckaback Towel
ing. A full assortment of Vreneh anil Scotch ICmhrAtderlM
vouars, Sleeve, Lace Setts, etc
Cloths, Oasiimeres, Battinets, Jeans, a fall assort
ment. etc etc. etc.
S. S. EAMES,
119 Sooth High Street, :
. COLUMBUS,' 0. -
Smith, Uuon A Go's New Patent Hook and' lie. for
me a, ii sonin uign street.
son, .... .
; Uornor Rprlasj Water Rts.f' l;
W. B. POTTO & CO,
Vsnnfketarcr of Bras sad Oosawoettloii Castings,
j, j Finished Bras Wrkf aU VaeoripUea. -
Electro PIatin7d:; GildiIigi
- fiTENCIL CUTTiriC. IcC.
Domestic Cotton Goods.
OFFEit Ittoimaat iDxteaialTO Assort,
... : Brawn, end Blmohaa CMhm FlaiuieUr-''2'- "
1 1 -
Banuley Cotton BheotlDKii ' ' . - r.
fjdlaet Styles r Ollco'.n Dtkine: Q ' i
tltklnn, Mlrtlnm. OlDSluoa, Z j r J f .
And Cotton Battinn.
, Alio, Blanket!, Haonela, . " . ,
n.MMAMfl. ftlAfcl. ninth. .1. -I- "
, Hugh below rerular plica,. . ...v.' . un'l-'M
.; ;:.. ,r. BAIN St SOW,
, 89 South High Btreot.
Flannel B hirtings.
PLAIN, PLAID, STKIPED&TWltl,.
1SD. She moit exteniive itook In th city,
Army Woolen Docile.
Shaker Ribbed Bocka.
Under Bhlrti and Drawers.
' Cotton and Merino aoclu.
voiubu oiu omria. .
Gent' Kid Gloves.
Gent's Linen Collars. Desk Ties. ' J ' '
BAIN At BON,
octlO ..,.. . . No. SO South High Street.
TERV STYLISH STRIPED . CLOTH
V BHAWLB, In new deslnis at S3 00 Value S5 00.
1.500 yards Super Plain Alaok Bilk at II 00 -Value
French Merinos, 62), oents Value S7)i otsayard.,
" " 75centvalueai ooayard.
BAIN at toti.
oetlS , ' .: ; No. 89 JouUi High BtrMl.
PRINTED OTTOMAN REPS, r i
Plain Ottoman Cloths; -. ; . ,'
Mtgentaand Blaok Check Valencia!; . .,
. ; " Broche Ronbaiz Dress Goods; '
! . BalmeralBklrts:- . i-
.', ; Alexanders' Kid Gloves; ; :, i ' ;!
Uoie Trail Hoop Skirts.
' ' ; Corsets. Hair Nets, '
: Plaid Merino,.
. BAIN As BON,
octlO ' No. S9 Sooth High Street
COLUMBUS, OHIO. '
TWB RECDLAR COURSE OF LEC
JL TCRK8 in this Institution will eonsaene on
IHuRbDAi, tne SMth of OCIOBBK, and continue nn
til th 1st or varch, ltws. . .
JjflL OTJXa'X StT .
; vni.'i.'.-'s'; M. SMITH, M. V.i
Professor of Theory and Praetiogt sod Dein. '
FRANCIS CARTER, Til. D ,
Prof, of Obstetrics A; Diseases of Women Sc Childrea
., JOHN DAWSON, M. D... . ' .
' Prof, of Anatomy and Physiology, r ; -
; J. W. HAMILTON, 51. V... : '
Prof, of Surgery. , ; ; ( r:
S. LOVING, M. D.,
Pref. Hat. tied., Therap. A Med. Jurisprudence.
THEO. G. WORMLEY, M. D.t
' Prof, et Chemistry. , '
; R. N. BARR, M. D., ' .
; ' . 'Demonstrator of Anatomy.' '
Tickets for all the Professors SflO 00
Uatrlcalatlon Ticket (only paid onos) S 00
Gradnation fees SO OU
Demonstration Services S 00
Boarding 93 to f 3 per week. Including light and fuel.
Th Clinical and Hospital advantana consist In the
large and dlverslflsd Oollegs Clinic and tbe Hospital of
me rranaun uouniv innrmaiy. - ueaida tnaaa. tn two
Hilltary Oampsln the neighborhood will be accessible to
two lea I Btuoeots. -
AH tetters et inquiry win be promDttr answered.
addressed to .. , , . ;
ootlid 8. M. BMITTI, Jtm.
, PROF. L. MILLER'S
An Effective, Safe And Economical
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR
To its original color without dyeing, and preventing
Hair from taming gray.
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
And earing It, when there la th Ueat particle of vital!
or recuperative energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRTJF,
' And all cutaneous affections of the Scalp.
... , FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparting to It aa aneqaled gloss and brilliancy, making
Is soft and ailky In Its texture, and causing it to ear)
The mat celebrity and Increasing demand for this aa.
qualed preparation, convinces th proprietor that on
trial la only necessary to saiury a aisoeming public or it
superior Qualities over any other preparation in use. It
cleanse tbs head and scalp from dandruff and other
cutaneous diseases, causing ths Dalr to grow luxuriantly
giving it a rich, soft, glossy and flexible appearance, an
also, whsrs the hair is loosening and thinning. It will gir
strength and vigor to tha roots and restore the growth to
boss part which hav become bald, oa using it to yield
resh covering ot nair.
There ar hundreds of ladles and gentlemen In New
Tork wbo have bad their hair restored by th as of this
InTigorntor, when all otber preparations have failed. L.
M. has in bis possession letters innumerable te,tlrying
to tn abov facts, from persons of tb highest redseeta
billty. It will effeotaaliy prevent the hair from tnrnlna
until th latest period of I lie; and Incase where; tb hair
bas already changed its color, tne use or the Inrigorator
witiwitnoeriainty reswra u w it is its original nue, giv
ing It a dark, glossy appearance. As a perfume for the
toilet and a uair uestorauv it is particular! reoom-
ssended, having an agreeabl fragrance; and tbe treat fa
cilities it affords in dressing the hair, which, when moist
with tb Invigorator, can be dressed in any required
form so aa to preserv Its place, whether plainjor in eurls
bene th gnat demand for it by th ladle as a staudard
toilet article wbich none ought to be without, th nrio
places it within th reach of all, being
Only Twenty-Five Cents
per bottle, ton had at all rupee table Druggist and
L. MTLLIR woo id call the attention of Punl, ..j
Guardians to the use of his Invigorator. in cua h.n
tne onuuren e natr inclines to oa weak. Th as of it
lay th foundation lot toood head of Hair. it m.
mores any unpunuca mat may nave neoom connected
with th scalp, th removal of which is neoasaar hath
for th health of the child, and th future ;appearanc of
Oaotto. Non genuine without th fac-slmlla Lnrrrs
nii.i.&n, neing on in outer wrapper) also, L. M IL
LS R'B HAI& INTIOORAXOR, U. X., blows la tb
glass. . v .'
Wholasal Depot, St Dey street, and aoldbv all the
principal aaercnaois ana urnggists tnrongnout tb world
Liberal discount to purakasen by Uia quauUty.
I also desire to present to th Amorteaa Pablls say
NTW AHD nfFBOVXS DfSTAJTTAKZOmi
.. LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, after years of sdentiAa xpvbnnting, I have
brongbt to perleotlon. It dye Blaok or Brown Instantly
wlthnutlnjnry to th Hair or Skin; warranted th beet
artless oi tb Kind iqaxtstanc. ,--:'
i PRICE, ONLY. 50 CENTS.
Depot, ; 66 Dey', St;" New', York.'
RE MOV ALL,
xmiurn - mmm'i
Foreign and Domestic Kquors,, -Fruits,
' HAS K0V"DtDI8 BtOM laOJf.
NO'. 34, NORTn HIGH STREET,'
oldsUnd recenlly occuplsd by.VJUv McDONALD
NEW AND FRESH; COODS'
Clteaa ft Cask mw Caantrr Pi'Mnca,
JET Ooeds dsllrered t Olty trade fres'of ehaTge. J3I
HEADLEY & EBERLY
AVE atEIIOTED TO THEIK NEW
: -i T
Noi.250 an 252 South High Street,
and hav aetooiated with themitlvei WM. EIOUAHPS,
under the fl,m of
- . ,.-.,. I vr ': ft
Headlev; Eberly & Mtlnfa
1!W .lv ij
PcrmlDg on of tb larfreat Dry Ooode Houtei lo the
This .BouN is eonitantly rocelrinif New-Oooih,
, .a'f n ..(;. : .,;; " j !ai.
new' styles of dress goods,
; IRISH SILK AND WOOL POPLINS,
I .' PLAIN AND FIGURED REPP .'go'oDS
j PLAIN AND FilNCY SILKS.
Tb Newest and Neatest styles of- '
Hamilton, Manchester and Pacific
' " ' Delaines 1 ' '
In the Olty, can be found at
: HEADLEY, EBERLY & RICHARDS.
; n. Balmoral Skirts,
in great variety, j tut received by .,
; HEADLEY, EBERLY & RICHARDS.
. ALSO. 1 ,
. v .... '
j EMBROIDERIES, TRIMMINGS,'
! ' ' GLOVES & HOSIERY,
LADIES' CLOTH CLOAKS,
Of the Newest Styles, Jutt received, and also made
order, by , . . .....
HEADLEY, EBERLY & RICHARDS.
! also; ' .' ;
SHAWLS, CLOTHS, '
MERINOEB, , . . 0A8SIMBRBS, .
MEBRIMAO PSINTS, , HOOP (KIRTS, i
COTTON CHAIN AND OABFET WARPS.
This firm, having adopted tb Cash system In the our-
chase and sal of Good,, ar enabled to sell from IS to SO
ptroent. less than otbsrhoui.es nnder th credit system
HEADLEY, EBERLY & BICHABDS
250 and 253 South High Street,
1 Cclnmbusi Obio.
'oclB-dly , , r, . ... ,
NEW GOAL YARD.
rrilE UNDERSIGNED REF.P8 CON
X 8I4NILI on hand and for sal, th best quality of
HOCKING GRATE COAL,
which h will tell at the lowest market prices.
Call and enmlne my Coal before purchasing else
where. Office at the store of Bradford, Snidam h Oo., bead
01 uansi. - ' -- "
1 ' D. P. ECTDAM
No. 320 South. High 1' Street. Thre
) jjoors tsoutu.oi jtcion, . ,
TTA8 Ju.t received a choree stock of FALL AND
JUL WINTER GOODS, suitable for gentlemen's wear,
Cmtomers will hav their orders neatly and substantial
ty executed, at in lowest rates.
epw . . . ,.-.... ,.- - 1
, WIioIcraI) h4 Hetstll Dealer Ira
TOBACCO, SNUFF & CIGARS
ITw. SO Filth Street,
Vlt S BURGH, Pa
H top wnatantlr en hand all the Ta
rtwas buanvs !
1 .. ,.
I"' sti -4 white and lied and
. n uiie vueoaea oi superior quality, ror sal by
. w ' - BAIN A SON,
nh!3 t No-88Houthnib
' A CLEAR CASE
M lis a verj clear ess that polsosom drugs destroy
heuith. Impar Salerstus produces decaisd teeth.
hronchltls, dyspepsia, and general debility. It Is also
elaerthatPjia'f Dietetic Saleratn Is pure, wholesom
aoa emcient. (Careful person us no othsr. Depot,
US Waihlngtoa street, New Tork. Sold by grocers
jayhe's ague nixTciiE.
It an Infallible refcedy for Perar and Ague. Th x
perlsnc of many years, In almost every climate, prom
mat where otea in strlet teeordanoe with the directions,
It hu rarely failed to sure, not only by breaking ths
chills, but by rsmovlng th morbid habit of th system,
preventing the recurrence of 4hs disease. ' '
PETER AND AGUE, though not In Itself dangerous,
Is apt, nn leu speedily removed,' 4 here snch a perni
cious effect on tb system, u to engender disorders mock
more baneful than Itself, and which aot only render th
arter-llfe ot the patient miserable, but ar la themselves
often fatal. A prompt and effectual remedy h therefor
what li wanted, and as suoh Da. D. Jarat'e Aoon Mix-
Ttraals contdently recommended. Tor sal by Messrs.
Bosons St Saiteu, Columbus, and by agent very
manhood. : ;
BOW LOST, BOW BS8I0SIO.
Just Published In a Sealed Envelope; Prlo 9 et.! .
LEOTtTRB ON THE NATURE. TREATHENT AND
RADICAL OCRS Of SPERMATORRHEA Or Seminal
Weakness, Involuntary Emission, Sexual Debility, and
Impediment to alarrtaf genemllly, Nsrvonm, Con
sumntlon. Enllensv and Fit. Mental and Pbnloal In
capacity, resulting from Self-abase, Ae. By Kobert J.
Culrerwell, II. D., author of the Orn Book, etc.
A Boats Theueands at Safferers,
Sent nnder seal, In a plain envvlope, to any address,
post paid, en receipt of two (tamp, by Dr. OHAB.
J.C.KLINE, 1T Bowery, Nw Xork, Post Offloe Box
No A. - , 1 Sp7:3mdatw
Peraona af full hanlta, Who are subject to
Oostiveirass, Headache, Oiddlnesa, Drowrlnee aod sing
ing In th tars, arising from too great a How of blood to
th bead, should never be wlthont Brandreth's Pills, and
many highly dangerous symptoms will be removed by
Ihslr Immediate are. ... .
Th Hon. J. Bunt, of Westchester eounty, N. T
seventy-Are years of age, hu used Brandreth's Pills for
twenty five year as hi sol medicine.. When he feel
indisposed, be It from Cold, Rheumatism, Asthma, Head'
ache, Billons Affeotlons, OosUveness er Irritation of ths
kidneys or bladder, h does nothing bnt take a few doses
f Brandreth's Pill.
Bis anal method I to tals six pills, and reduce th
dot each Bight, one pill,. In vry attack ot slokaea
for twenty-five yrs, this tlmpl method has nvr failed
to restore him to health; and few tnea are I he found so
active and hearty a he. r !-.. m i'
Sold by Josh r. Coot. BranbL flolnmhos. and b
11 ropeown aeaiers in meoKiue. , , ,
asptt-dlm' " "' ' ' '"' . ; '
jnt foiiowiBf u an extract from a
letter writtM by Ih Rev. I. . Holm, pastor of th
Plerrepolnt-StrMt Baptlri Church, Brooklya, If. T.,to
lhe"i anui and ffeaaenger, Ctneinnatt, 0., and speaks
volumes la favor of that wrld-rsoownd medlcln, Has,
"We - ad si UsimiI tn yonr oolnmnl ef sr,a
Wrssunr' Soowirsw Svaor, New w Derar Mid a word
tnfkvor ota pauiul iwllcla f or la ear Ufa, bwtw
feel eoajpelled to say to you feeder that thai ae ban
bng wa bit tiu rr, a awrsr rr o bb au. rr
ouut. It Is vrouakig ore ef ths saost snmornl m.tsi.
Ham of the Uj, hMiiM II is on of the beet. And those
jour raaasrs who aav aabtes can't da better than
saylaaaappb;. e87ilydf I
MILLIONS OF MONEY
For an Inch of Time!
WAS OUCH THE EXCLAMATION Or
a dying Queen. That Inch of time ou be procur
ed at a much obeaper rale, and many long years of
r HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
enjoyed by consulting Dr. 1IBRRYWEATHER, who
Is ourlng the most obstinate and long-etandlng dlieaias
of th LTJN08, HEART, LIVER, KIDNKYrS, BLAD
DER, STOMACH RUKUMATIHM D1SKASKB VKOU
LIAR TO FEMALES, SKIN DI8KAHKS, AND ALL
AIFE0TI0N8 OP THE EYE AND KaR.
' Facts are Stnbbsrn 1 blDgtl
Bear what the Philadelphia correspondent says in the
"Onmmonwealth," Wilmington, Delawaie, 9th of April,
"An English gentleman, formerly oonneeted with th
British Army, and wbo styles himself Ih 'Indian
Botanic Physician ,' has of late gained an extensive repu
tation hsre by bis skill In curing all manner of com
plaints. Bom of his patients 1 hsre convened with,
and they pronounce his remedies and mode of treatment
as very superior. Some bare been reitored as II by
magic. Tbe medicine he uses is distilled by himself
from various herb possessing rare curative properties.
"While acting In tn army he devoted his leisure mo
ments to a thorough study of the effects produced by
certain medicinal roots and herbs on all manner of dls
eases. It seems he has found a sure and speedy reme
dy for all th Mil that flesh Is heir to.' Ills practice is
already extensive and Is dally Increasing. In th com
plaints to which Females ar subleated, he hu no equal
as a larg number here hare testified that they owe not
only tbelr present good health, but their lives, to the
skill of this Indian Botanic Physician."
Office 37 East State Street, Columbus.
aug!7-d3m - -
IOGI. ; 1861.
roiled States Express Co., Prop'rs.
FAST FREIGHT LINE,
, Via New York & Erie Railroad,
And all other Roada Leading West
Chartered Cars over most Rosds on Paissnper Trains.
I. H. HOVET, Ag't, I
251 Broadway, N. T.
L. KHianT, An't,
US State St., Boston.
WJIi n. PERRY, Superintendent, Buffalo.
II. FITCH 4e SOU, Agent,
' ' 87 Wt Broad Street,
Colnmhs Wholesale Liquor Store
j LACELLE ROSS & CO., '
i IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Foreign and Domestic Wines, Brandies,
; . Ac. Ac. ALSO,
OLD RYE, MONONGAHELA & BOURBON
WARSHOUBE AND OPFICK, S24 BOUTII niOH ST.,
(Late of Phalon'sEitabliihment, N.T.J
PROPRIETOR OF TUB NEW YORK
fashionable ShaTiDE. Hair Untlinir. Rhuinnnnln.
Curling and Dressing Saloon,
South Hiah. St., over ItoLrv Store.
when (atisfactlon will be glren 1n all th various
Ladles' and Children's Hair Dresslne done In tha heat
style- . .
The Ileal Artificial Help In the
Human bight erer Invented.
JOSEPH S. PERLEY,
PRACTICAL & SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN,
KEEPS THE LARGEST ASSORT
ment of th most Imorored kinda nf SiwIifIm.
All hi Glasses, whether for near or far-sighted, ar
ground In eoncavo convex form with tbe mutest rare.
so a to snlt th Xje of all cases, carles Weakness,
Dlssines or Inflammation of th Byes, and Imparling
Strength for long reading or to sewing.
Offloe, 13 last State street, at Seiner A Webster's
1 PdllimAlill Mntl.!. TT a n r. m
. liauiuiuic uwiuiug uuusc,
MioricTrjRis amd WHousug Diauauln
fTo. 808 W, Baltimore-street,
j (asTwaaa amaTv aim aowiao,)
..- ' BAJLTIIOOII.E, Md. .
Large Assortmant Ol Flee and rnrulsLlo
floods Coaatantl M Hand
VM. II. RESTIEAUX, :
c, .STJOOKBBOB TO McKKK A REBTIBATJXJ 1
,..No. 106,- South High Street, '!'
' I " -: ' ... ... J;'.'"
""'I jrt r s
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,1
FLOUR, 8 ALT, LIQUORS, ETC. ' 'v
STORACE & COMMISSION
TTil JVTBX nvrvivrn. awn ml f. rr 'f
v uau raoeipi, t wxprss,Ol
mSH CIS ft EEO 0T8TE28, ' 1
rrasa Baltlmor and fair Haven. ' J
Call at Wunu'i Orataranil IraH DoftnL No. Bl Xaal