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in oollajli m nis; larartAbly Ln 4dvaaer, . 11 1 i nr itt i ;i i 0 AILY, TRI-WEIXIY AM) WEEXII MAN YPENNY t MILLER, , ftBLllUlEI AID PROPBIITOBl. - W Offtoe Bos. 80, SI nd 40, Vorth High It TBRM8 IrtVAJUABLY IN ADYAN01. ivLX. ally .... 6 00 per year By ths Carrier, per week, 1SU sent. frl-Wsskly . . . , 1 00 pr year, Weskly, . V 'i 1 00 " criii oc Advertising fcjr tho Square. n.,1uaretyeai...r00 Om square 8 weeks.. at 00 One " u uioiruio IB 00 One " weeks.. I 00 Joe " 6 mouths 00 One 1 tNkm 1 71 )o " 3 months 10 00 One " Idsye... 100 Jot ttmouUu BOO Oner BAey.. Uiie I mouth. S 00 One " 1 Insertion SO Displaced AdeartlieneoM half mare tbea the Snore ti,,r m ' ' I- 1 , m f, AdiattttuMDU leeded irnl flsoed the eotomn of Special Notices," douM Me ordinary riKee- All uotloe required to be published by lew, legal tos, It ordered on toe Inslds eiolmlvely alter the Cret week pet cent, mors then thaabeve rate; but all each wtl appear la the TritWseklywltaoatoharg . Business Cards, oot exceeding Are lloee, per year, lo ll 1, 3 Jo per 11ns; oaUlde f. ., , Notice, of meetings, chart tables 0010114, lire companies, etc., half prlre. AUtrmneient odoerllumtnti Wuei U rxti&for in tieane The mm wi U not be ruled f ron. . Weekly, sua price as the Dally, whore the advertiser leithe Weekly alone. Where fee pally and Weekly ere both need, then the charge lor the Weekly will be Self the rates of the Daily No advertisement lakem except for definite period. BUSINESS CARDS. - r.i',A.: B, ; 8IMKHS3,j vr.T Ti Attorney at XiA-vtr AND NOTARY PUBLIC.., . OmosAmbos Building, opposite Capital Square. r OOLTTHBtn, OHIO) Attorney & Counsellor at Law, MARION, OHIO, OOLUMBUO Machine Mannfactoring Companj pom . r 1 ABDFicmin STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS, Owtln, KiU-eurlsg, Kiehiscry., or imr DMOBimoii. COLi nuVB, OHIO, i waao. annua, I Dtp', 'I ' t. AKBOS, tree dOOll, ltl'lf. 1861. Summer Arrangements.—Time Changed. Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I RAILROAD. Connecting at OreaUlne with the PITTSBURGH, TT WATdl A 0BI0AOO BAILAOAO . Abr ntUtmrgH, fkOa&tlpMa mud BatHmor. Alf for Ibrl Way and CMtog: Connecting at Olereland with the IiAKl IHOBJ SAIL V k EOAD ' tor Dunkirk, Buffalo, Albany, Bes ton, and Hew lerk. THREE TRAINS DAILY, KXCBPI BUKDAY, i from Columbus, in eonneotloa with Trains on the LITTLE BlIAini AND CQLTJIttBUa A IMP XKIM1A HAHBUADS. HB8T TEAIN. . NIQUT KXPRB8B Leevee Oolumbue at 3.40 A , M will tesre passengers at all etaUona south of Gallon, atop at Delaware, Aahley, Cardlngton and Oilead, and at sulfations north of Gallon, arriving at Olereland etW.UO A. Mn Dunkirk 3:00 P. M.. Buffalo 4:SIP. M. Albany SM A. H., New York 8:S A. Boeton 1:30 P. H., Plttebnrgh vU OreitUne 3:80 P. M , Fhlladel aieStlO A, M, Chicago TU Creetllne at 7D0 P.M. BBOOND TRAIN. NB YORK EXPRXBB Learea Oolnmbea at 11:10 a, m. Will stop atlawls Centre, (for Whit Bulphur Springs), Delaware, Cardlngton, Gallon. OrestUne, Bhel- by, new London, Wellington and Qranon, arrlrs at Olereland at 3:34 p. m.; Dunkirk, 8:40 p. m. Bnf alo, lUtia p. m. Albany, 0:44 a, m.l Hew Yoik, 1:41 p. m. I Boston, 4:40 p.m. This Train eonneouetBner by for BandDjky, and at Oisfton for Toledo, arriving at Toitoe at o:w p. m, - - ' THIRD TRAIN. , " MAIL AND AOOOMHODATION-Loaves Ooiombue at B.30 p. m. Will atop at all atatlons Booth of BhelBy,. and at Mew London, Wellington, Arafton and berea arriving at Olereland at B:M p. m. Dun kirk, IbOOa. .; Buffal.SiW. m.t Albany, B0 p.m. NewYoik, 7S0 p. m.l Bosloa, 11:45 p.m. PitUbanrh, via Creetlioe, M 11:15 p. m. Philadelphia, 1:00 p. m., Ohlesgo, via Orcttline, fl:4i a. m., , This Train connects at Shelby for Bsndutky and Toledo, arriving at Toledo amaap. -"T'''-v ,r. Patent 81eepln; Can are run on all Hijnt Trauu to Chicago, Hew . York and Boiton. Baggagt Vktclti Titmg h JVees York and Botton via wmeuma; auo, to muaaipMa una .-. , . . i ) jye iorttiaOmtUnt.' " ' " fi..RETURNING.Vi ' :": Might ipremaritresaC)olanibtiiat.'..ll:lJP. M. Cincinnati Mxpme arrlvee at Oolnmbut at 10: SO A. M AceeenmodattOB Kxprees arrlree at Colnmbui at 7:58 , aw-',"""' -" , rare aa Lew as by aay ether Aiii for Tickti rUCreiiUmtr OmUni. : ! B. TLINT, Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio. JAMBS PATTBR80N, Agent, - i n h t s i "-, ' ., . Colnmbne. Ohio. Columbus, June 17, 1SCU t ' Jut Beetlvedl i. 100 Tit. OH 1 OBK EH and BLACK TBCAS lOO base prime Bio Oonee. 1 BO pooket eld Dutch florernment Java Coffee. 15 ban veyloa vonee. aOObbls. standard Whit Bug, constating of Pew " Bred, Cbruahed, Ormnulatod A end B Coffee. . BO ejulntals George Bank Codlleh, ; . BO bbla. ktese and No. 1 Maclrerel , :' , 11 , ',' ; a tea. Pleh Bslmon. , ,',,'.:!,.' m,, lOO b. Layer Raisins. '" (rf nr. tmxae do UHr.boa do ' d .Mb I.:ua I OSl M QtMn. UrarMitfimflA. and mnaa .1; I aTU7 , . WM,HoD0HAt. M. C. LILLE Y Z'' Z3JLJMXJailX1. AflllElajtkrEwJL Kuniuitlinr voira joea itmct, coj.njtB7ir ohio ssaxlV-diy . - -r- -- .4 5 Red. White and Blw -l-i: , .'11 lii-. .-.,. (! At I.,. I. XJI nil IJ 1.4 (J BILBtS, :"J t .(,- KBCJK TIKI rfast opened hp ,'i.tt t!'7I e'.w'..' BADf A80N, Ko. S Booth High street.- AH El BOOt BKIUT. . A 4e - : ,1 -i ' g, w.'bouth; iam rmft',3 Mm tat nestved a sew make of . HOOP BXIRTt anlshedkt a manner (ar superior te eny yet nerodoeed DURAJIirrilTAD CRACITTJLKESb .aaaV.injttsiAJ -i'R '-'' tsamg!!l:.ZiiLL.i..rzZJ l I i ' liWOKOEBTKB'S ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY. ' ' umnM I lill Lt0ltTlia Lurralt.TlitL Beit, ' Tha CbeftpMt Siokon the JBait,; q Xne meet HeUb.i Standard An tnenty erf tke EnffUhlnriie,rf . S!BwdrSMmtmiUtimoatorof 0A, TH1 BEST INQLIin DI0TI0NABT IZTART." ,. in ,., aM ' Bmum. a i 1 V jefe. frl wrtei i "11 i e are pwari of a Hs4r4 TbMtnt Words, rhoes mulUtarlome Meuinfe' and dertvatlona.' teethr wUhMreonsot reUlng.snd pronirntjlon nareleuly OtivshuuM Gmmtntal. Met Me Dtoitto of 14 Jfemeere o Me Mie Ao(e JKKMTi AMOOKUUm. The uiderflgtMd, Bemben f the Ohio IMe Teacben AeeeoltUon. ad on tana elm, to nee In teaohlne. wrlttoe end SBeaklog. toe r6.ogrebs MM pronaneiatton Woroooter'e Koyal Quarto Ulorlonary, and we moot eor dlally Reomaend II ea the moot ra liable etandard aa- Uwrieyof the Ingllih langnege, ee It le now written end Lout AjisMwt, rrMMnt turn OcUr. J I M. D. LsessTT, BuperlnteBdent Zeneevllle loboole Taoe. W. U&stbt, tup't MaeellouColea Bchoola. M. V. Oownur, Bop't PubUo Boboole, Benduaky. 4ob LTMoa, Bnp't rubllo Seboole, UlroleTilie. Ap. hu-r..j Inlnu fr -W?"f P?? wit, MrreasiL, lup't Pubue Bckools, Ht. Union. Jons Oepsx, rrloolpel Bute Norswl School, Mlnne- Onn. if AMH. PrlMlnal VahvUi TnftMmMllal SfihAol. I Olnolaaatl, i iniri . LiC i H. a. suana. lunl Canton Unfco Bckeelf.ll ri 1 nrn kswaL. Prlnoloal MaNeely Mormsl school. tu t. Tama, Frof. MatlMnntloa, Ohio UnlTerslljrf, Wan W. timiin. flnn't Iror Colon School. ' A. Bersosi. rrisetpel West Bifh School, Cleve land. I. A. Fostor. Anoeiate rrlaotvel Ilka StheoL Clew land i i M .1 li H -! hi !' M '! I .Issonou Bnatnw, rrlhoipal aigl aooooi, vieve land. K. t. HDVWroa. Prinetoal Olevewad Initltute. 3. A. flaaruw, rreildeat ot Ileetlo Institute, HI- W. t. Siun. Pmr. of bhaaalsfer. Ohio Wealevaa UnlTtnlfy. H. S. Bilnr. W.rjamBlUMMiVAerlMHMnii ashnola. V1UU. jAaap HowaoB, Prof. Bhetorle, Oberlla Oellege. Tao. Hill. President Antlooh Oollese. O. W. H. OsTBoaaT. Prof, HatheauUoe, High Bcnooi.vaytoa. a. O. r. TtM.ir.w. Pmf. Vantfoajf. VIA Bohnol. vsynn. - . -ir" ': ' v . at. suana, Bnp't union Schools, Athlaad. 'Mori mem Sim Bwtdrti eMer frUimH ttf Call. Me, FroftMort, Avthort and IHttinmiiUd Xiuear (are, Aaco nlorecl He aoooe tmtkmnl. PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO. M aaiiTTA OoLLBws ."It Is truly a suanlaeent work. en honor to the author, the ' publisher e, and the whole eoonuy." rreeuenl Andrews. ' Ohio Wsstrr Crrmsrrr .-' It exseeds my ezpeeta. one. It will be at snide In erthorraphy andpronuo- eletlOB, and will often be eoneulted by m for lis n and aoourate deonltloas." President Ihocapeon W. A. Iclrmo Collb.1. "Heretofore w hare used Wsbster'e orthocraohT. At a reoeot neetlns of our Iaoolty.lt eras decided to change tt to eonfonn to that of WoroMtor'a ftoyal Qusrto Dlettonary." President earneld. , ,. . . , i-, .,.;,, . Wsrrssa Bssaava Collsos. "I Bad it worthy of ooMlal approbation." Preeldent Blteheeek ' Ossaua Oouass "It more than meets mj expectations. I recommend It se the standard enthorltyln orthoepy to sgy ohildron and my pupils." President Borgaa. Aanocst OoLuan. "I adopt and aim to sie in teteh- icg, wrlnogaod speaking, theertnograpny ana pronnn- autaoB or woroeeters Jtoyai quarto .vicuonary.r- rreeiaeat Bill, i i I . i , i , ; 'i i f l -In all aw writtns. Speaking, and teaching, I have en deavored to conform to the rulee for orthography and pronuaeaaoaeaeontalnedtn woroeeters dictionary Horace liana, lata President. '.; . j. Ksstos Ootussa. QiMwn$.i'I meet eordlally leeoea. mood It as the meet reliable etandard aathorlt. of the Bngllsb language ee It Is aow written end ipoken." r reddest Andrewe. ; SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO. IromRm. Anton Smftk, Oommtniontr Common i USMXX4 HI VMO. "The Dletienary to aa impertthable maaament to the learning and Indueiry of Ita author, and ea honor to the world of letters. The mechanical execution is nr sup. rlor to that oi an. other Laaloon with which i am Jqaalntd. Irom Jh. a. B. Barney. Bt-Oommuikmtt oj . .... . . EcAooii e UMo. ., ... . r , "The most reUabla lUBiard aathorlt of the Ua- gnp." . . erruT .;' Xiejadlixa Kawerpapenw of Ohio 0ay - tromlM CUrdand BtroM of.MortK? The orthorraohy of the Woroeeter Dictionary Is that need by aoet, ii nm all aathore of dtttlostloa In thle country and England, and eonforme to the general aeege of ordinary writer, sad speaksrs. Whatanr nreludloee msr bsve existed trevlouily, a aarafnl itad of this eolnme will Invarlablr be followed by e worm appreciation oi in great merits, ana a. aeeir to odd It to me wall teiecteo tiorary, oe ii larg er awu, It lee library intteeu. ana wiu remain an impenana- ble record of the learning or Iteoompiier. 4 IromlU OinoinnaM Oommfial of April SO. Here are nnwarda of a hundred thousand words coed. bad and Indifferent whoee multlfertoue meaainge and derivations, together with their correct spelling end pro nunciation, are eet clearly before the eye. The work Is unquestionably the greateet Thesaurus of angllah Words over puousnea. , i, .i i . , . JromtU Clndand FlaUidtaUr of Sept. 80. 1880, idmtl Wsiiwm'i Boval, AraaTO DtorioiuBT is not onht Xni iaei. but Me seer work of Me ce&d eeer ie- eewi.sndeea by no potelMllty euller by comparison or controversy. ' Trom Me IbUdo Blad tif Hay . : ' ... .. ' - . 1 . r As to rmoROMOUTioN. Woncawrxm is thi BTiKDian followed by our beet eatbors; In definitions he toarae nothing to be deelreJ, and In OaTBOOKarav It Is sumowai to eay that Woaoarrsa can be sefriy followed. rit Dllsuera, ssaoaaeiiara oc swiieneri, NO. 101 BUP1BI0R BT., 0UBYILAND, OHIO. maiB y THE MUTUAL: BENEFIT LUE INSURANCE COMPANY, Nowarlt, IJ". aT- Dlvldend Janaarr i18f4VPerCen. A88XT8. ,. Statement January 1, 186 , Balance, per statement Jan. 1st, 1860.'....340o,58l 38 Reoeired for Premiums dur ing the year 10.. ....... .1713,053 55 , . T ; Beoelved for Interest during' ' la ' the near I860 - 814,014 19 Total receipts for 18eO....977,Ou7 7 PsldOlalaubyDeath7,O50 00 , Paid PoUdee surren dered 41,111 , Paid Bslarios, .Po.t. Paid Oommiulone M ' . Agents ...... 1. .1, gl,X!9 30, (.r . Paid PhysWans' fees. 5,069 75 Paid Annalties. 1.617 00 A " '' Paid Dlvldenda dnr. .. tog the year -:....11,500 75 505,081 03 .. 411,070 14 I Vet Balanosbnaery 1st, lW.UsS;;iUiMlt,BW 80 A88BTB. dash on hand..".",; A. A" Bo,J84 19 V T.'; Bonds and Mortgages on Real ' state, wono oonow we r-'. amount loaned SJS7.B41 08 ' " PramiBja Hotoe, ea Polleiee In roroe, on ly arawvng o per sent. Interest. 1,870,864 17 Real Ittai.......... 80,803 87 Loaneoaaorip t,3I 44 Premiums, a otes and Cash, la a. tniMBUM,.... ea is T6T5 roliotes In fotos, hurarlns-.r ,4ae,5SS 1,433 new Poltclee nave been issued during the year I After a careful oeloulatlos of the present value of tha SatsUndlag Policies of the Company, and having the rucmrrrir amount In reserve therefor, the Director. bare declared a DrvinmTBof 4S percent, on tne masi ui natd at the table rates, to all pollotee for Ufe ln foroa. lesued prior to January 1, 1800, payable according to the preeent rale of the Company. - i. Bates fog all kinds ef Life Oontlnsenolee, Proepeoe aees,Btatamenta, and AppUeatione, will be funuahed witsost cetaasa, at the OilLoe or Agtncies ol the Oosa pony. B0BT. t. fATTmB0ir, Preetdeat. L. O. GROVSB, Vic PreenlcoU : JB. 0. MILLBrt, Seoretary. ,ri. as, K. BKESOW. JiMrW, ' "t. I :-), ;:r..i fim. a jahneon Bleat. XsrehBS, Mol. Columbus, Ov' DLAHr ilii H VirnD bLACat A, DJUtoS SILKS, of evarvgrade Toe moet as eaaortSMBt la tbe ilt and at aut I'saamnai mtam ".' - . avaanmaHisii sprtll IZHTXUlfi "' ' ' ; ZIZZZIZZZ7TX ly I I Ml y-M ,. 1 JH A ft . J ft. I MeLsSsaoanlla A ..mnn1,J kAAalr1 eialeiirvVlaVM 4A ImJlJ Kn MAkt effectual AUeralivi that can be made. It ii ( concentrated extract of Fara Bareapanlla, cv combined with Other subettfnoee of still peater alterative power ago aflbrd'unWfcc-J Vive anuaoia iui uie mecaevs ouxwtpaiuu u teputed to euro. It is believed that such a rcmedr is wanted bv those who suffer from ptruuoua complaints, ancthat una wmvu wiii tccoroplithtluiir curt must prove o immense- service to tills large Class oi our auuciea ii iow iitizensj HOTf completely this compound will Do It has been proven by experiment on many EWrilONI AMD EUUPTIVB DlSA3Ef,.UtOZ, 'iMmsiXBtOTCHXs, Tvmoes, tki Hrnwjr, SoAtD Head;' StrHiiw and SvMtatMq1 AJk- tBcriOffs, MbxcvbuxPibisass, Puorsv, Nki' lALOIA On 110 UODLOUREUX, JJEMILiriY wn ireiA and IndioBstion, Ekthipeias, Ro.b . ,-w 'j j .1.. ...t..i- a OT. AKTHOKT SflllB.BnU tUO IIWIO Class of complaint" arising Aem ImpuuitY OV tut BLOdDl.T K "1 1 AW J! I 'J i . " . i ... ... -wz t l z rims xoinpouna win Dtw-rouna a grcni pro- tnoter of. health, when taken in the spring, to fAi' uui nuaiurn irjuvu kiikc u luc (.lAnrl .til. :U.nrtn.w.... nwthntime. r expulsion of them many rnnkling disorders Br nipped Inhi UlL ' mlttuka , cant t by the aid of this remedy, spare themselves from the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous Bores, througn whiorr the eysttm-wiii strive to Zia u.( r f. ir , j tld itself, of, corruptions, i not BSSMted tO do .ins uuuugn mo itaiurai vxuuuiuio ui uiv uuu; r aa aiteraure medicina. , CJeanso out tno 'l . r. . -.. 1 ituueU DUjoa wnenevei you pna its impurities lUrstmethroUKh the skiaiA Pimples, CrupUonS, Or sores; cleanse it when yon find it is ob- itructed and sluggish in the veins i cleanse ft Whenever it is foal, and VOuf feelings will tell won when. Kin whera no tmrMruLar disordpr f v...r ...j ,. is ion, peopio enjoy ucitcr iieuitii, nuu iivo longer,, for cleansing; the blood. Keep, the blood healthy, and U is well , but with this pabulum of lifo disordered, there can ba no lasting health. Sooner or later something must go wrong, and the great machinery ol life is disordered or overthrown.' ., , Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, the reputation of accomplishing these ends. But the world has been egregiously deceived by preparations of it, partly because the drug Blone has not all the virtue that is claimed for it, but more because many preparations, pretendinn to be concentrated,, extracts of it, contain but little or the virtue or barsapamia, or any thing elsej . -, , ;-.-r , ; - j v During late years the publio have been mis Jed by large bottles, pretending to give a auart or Extract or Barsaparuia tor one doiiar. , jhosi Of these have been frauds upon the sick, for they not only contain little, if .any, Sarsapa rilla, but often no curative properties tvhateV er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment has followed the use of the various extracts of Sarsamrilla which flood the market, until the name itself is justly despised, and has become I , synonymous with imposition ana cneat, sjtui We call tlus compound Sarsaparilla, and intend to supply such, a remedy as shall 'rescue, the tlarno from the load of obloquy which rests uponir, - Ana we ininx we nave grouna ior bclievinir it has virtues which are Irresistible ; And we think we have ground for br the ordinary run of the diseases it u intend ed' to cure. ' Li drder to secure their complete eradication from the system, the remedy should be judiciously taken according to directions on the bottle. ... t . . , PREPARED BY DR. J('V AYE It St CO. LOWELL. MASS. Price, 1 per Bottle Six Dottles for $5, ! Ayefs Cherry; Pectoral has won for itrelf such a renown for tlio etrre bf every variety r.t Throat and Lung Complaint, that it ii entirely unneccseaiy for us to recount Hie evidence of Its virtues, wherever it nas been cm. ployed. As it has long been in constant usa throughout tms section, we neca not ao mora tnan assure the people ita Quality Is kept up to tho test it erer has been, and that it may be relied on to do for their relief all it has ever been found to do. ; Ayer's Cathartic Pjlls, !..., FOR TEE CUBE pi" Costivtneu, Jaundice, Dyipeptia, liuliycstion, Dyimttry, Foul Stomach, jiiyatjielas, lleadach, Pilet, Rhtumalism, Eruptioni aiul SUn DUoastt, Liver Complaint, ' Dropsy, Tetter, Tumor and Salt Ithnim, Worm, tiout, Neuralgia, as Dinner Pill, and for Purifying the Blood. Thev are sugar-coated, so that the most sensi tive can take them pleasantly, and they arc the best aperient in the world for all the purposes of family physie..; ::- : " - : Price 24 oents par Sot; Five boxes for $1.00. i OreatnumbersofClcrgymen, Physicians, States men, and eminent personages, have lent their names to certify tho unparalleled usefulness of these remedies, but our space here will not permit the insertion of them. The Agents below named fur nish gratis our American Almanac in which they are given ; with also full descriptions of the above complaints, and the treatment that should bo fol lowed for their cure. Do not be put olf by unprincipled dealers with other preparations they make more profit "nn. Demand Atbb's, and take no others. The rick want the best aid there is for them, and they should nave it. , ... AU our remedies-are for Sale by '-- I ' ' ' ROniRTS St BAMTJBt, Oolumbof. ' And by Dragsiita and Pealere everywhere. , t... ' B0V:Uu,tww Mt 1 . ..j-vivn; ....! NEWARK 1IACHINE W6RKS, ' HBWARK 0ni0, ' ' Blanafaotnrers of all kinds of Pot tavla anci et tan nary n team s-.n-i . ffineaf. Saw ffltUs, Crist JttUla, -' ! IM .jci:': ' VOe ij el LANS BOBISi Beatml B.AM. BLAND TBeattnl J, B.' JDUTALL SeatmUl . COLUMBUS iMACB12flC0. Btattnlllt BBAD0B2 ; AOO.Bicdml lilt ? 1 ,.. Our Portable logins and Saw KUl Was avardsd tke.ftrst premium of 50 at the Indiana 8tte Pair for leflOoTsr Leu ABodley's on aoooantol Pries, .lightness, simplicity, economy of I and snperior character of lumber sawed.' Out Stationer Inslne was awarded at the same the Bret premium of SJ0. 1 Our Portable Insine was awarded the first premium 100 et too lair at Memphis. Tenn., over Blandy's veil's, Oolwabae Msohlne Oo's., and Bradford A Cc'e. by a committee ot practical Bewoadlnglneers. . W1LLABD WASH1B, Tressurer, v,-oa jjj MewarktOhle. i vwr s.AWii3AAAL.., : Oil T I0AVB THI" AT ADMITTED sea JAMB8 ADB BAIA aa partaaf la my neee, Whloh will Sat after b esnduowd rider the of Bala A Bob. -h P. AUI, la) Heath Blah Oolumbaa, res is. last. t pfi m LWIWUtltl IS SU!.l.iMUI.. 1 M Jf FW ITIi BtlBBOlf TABS). U0H8t new styles, Jest opened art . ,.H 3,u,J Iw J .i.ii rl ,v . BAIMT A, BflW. tarilliiioie'T BTs. Bt Boats Kia etrecd. Summer Arrangement. Little Miami Columbus & Xenia RAILROADS. 1 - L I I For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolis! Through to lodianarjolls without Change of Cars I . and bnt'Obi 'Cbng lot J&rj bkwaoa. ", ', ''-! L ' .n.'v 1- rvoiumoag ana i-twoue.:i i !-''l .tj ,ij'i I J hoq (1,1 l:i:il ,f.i fl:jj i Four Trains Daily from Columbus, .1,1 tiii, ..ji -, .i prilST TRAIN. I, AOOOMMODATIOlf at S . m., stepping m.. attmoln at ill it- tloss between Ooiombue and OinolnnstLsiid Dayton, sp rlrloK et Olnclnnatl at 10 OS a. m.,eodee Dayton at iJ,(jtu,,;unBeetU,gtDsta.r Jsdlanepolls acd ,, i :; 'second! VaAiN.V'.!' 1m ; No. I BXPBIii at lM0.s.,.lopplcgatJII.ron, uonnoa, unarleeion, OedarvUle, a..ola. Burlog valley, nennon, uuarleiion. OedarvUle. &o la. Burlng l C.rVrtn. I,nn,l Wn,, 1 .. Hli. lh.nn. reeter'e. Lerelsnd and at Word. ertlrtDf at Cincinnati lJWp. ..Digruinats p. m.,ooonotlnf with the Oki sad UiaUulipl aallroae loi Unlsville, Ky.t Vlnr Mnn.i ria(-n i v n.u... At. . n.Binn for IndUnapolia, Ufayette, Torre Haute, Chteego . .... .. ! r . '; . mt. . i ''i'l THIRD TRAIN.' .. !Mllllt Bw olumbue end Xeuls,and at Spring Vallty, C -rwln, Morrow and Loveiard, arriving avOludnnaU at t a. m. i'- 1 ' ' rnURTlJ TRAIN L.n,,"' QJ . ,." S' HIOHJ BIf RBRd. via Dayton, at H00 midnight. stoppin, tondonVXeole, Dayton, MlodUtown end iiamtiton, srnTisg at umoinoauai o,xo a, m-i at vay- a .i eonneoiiog si uineinnau wi in fthtAMH SlMMnnl n.ll.Mil Uim T.A.iMilil EmmvIIIa. Ttanema 05S riS ifee7pais7 New Orbio.; and all noluU Bouth and South-aoiti alao.at Duton for Indianapolis Larayette, Terre Haute, Chicago, etc " ' ' ' 1 1 ' ' 17'" further Information and Through Tickets, . Ii, DOHBHtr, lioketAgent. Union Depoti Vfv " Columbus, . P. W. BTRADIB. Oeneral Ticket Agent, Cincinnati. . JNO. W. DOHBRTT, ; ' , Agent, Oolnmbus, E. W. WOODWABD, Baperintendont, Cincinnati. Oolumtmt, July 14, 1801. CENTRAL OHIO AND AND Steubenville Short Line RAILROADS COMBINED! CONS BOTlNa AT bellaibb with tub BALTIMORE & OHIO, AND AT PIIT8B0RQU WITH inE .. PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL. RAILROAD: : F0RM1NQ TUB ' i aiL , , . , , , Shortm, Quickest & MOSt iteliaDlO Route to all Eastern Cities! , Trains Leave Columbus aa iollows ,',' i UORNINd XXPBB8I ,. ; ' Leaves Colnmbns 3.30 A. U. from Unloa Depot, via hellalre or Bteubentrlile: arrives at Brllalre, 10.30 A hi.-. BtanbenTllle IS. SO P. H.: Plitaburah.3 40 P. M Herrltbnrg, 1.10 A. H.ielallentote, arrives at New York 8.00 A. kt.l via PKUadeiuhia. anivee at Phlla- delDhla.5.10 A. M.l New York. 10.30 A. M. Oonneote alto at Harriaburg for Baltlaore, airlvlog at 7.45 A. At, Sleeping Car attached to tMi Train Proin Oolumbua, run directly through to Bellalre or Pittsburgh withont oiiange; and Pasiongers via Alien town arrive tn now xora at o a. IITTTWO HOURS IK ADTAHOB OP NORTBBRS This Train also conuecta at Builaire with the : Baltimore and Ohio Railroad PITTSBURGH EXPRESS. Leans Oolumbue 11 S3 A M . from Bnlon Depot, via StoiibenTllle: arrirae at Newark. IS 50 P. M.l Ooenoo- ton,9.15 P. M.; Sunbenville, 0 P. M. Pltuburg, 8.40 P. M. irrrhle la tneonli route by which rauengers can ware uineinnau at i a- si., go tnrongn to ruts burgh in daylight, without change or care or aeiay. PAST LIMB. . . '' Leares Oolumbue 2.15 P. M., from Union Depot, via Bellalre: arrlvee at newara, 3 v. si ; aanesvuie e 33 p. u : Be la re 7 r. si.: rit'tbuntn. u.sn r U.i Harriaburg, 8.00 A, M. via AUentovm. arrive. at New York. 4 P. U.: via FMladeiphia. arrlvee- Phlladelt.hia, 1.10 P. M.j New York, 8 P. M, Thlr Train also connects at Harilaburg for Baltimore, ar rlTins at IP. M. anis xrsin rune tnrongn to neuaire or ruunnrg wun out change of Cars: and from Pittsburg there le change of Care to Philadelphia, or via Allentown new xora tone oneiing , . The only Ronte from Columbus to Baltimore, Philadelphia, or New York, with only . , one change oi Lara. By this Train Passengere arrive In New York five hours ln adranoe of the Northern lines. This Train also connects at Bellalre with the Baltimore and Ohio R. R. UThis Route is 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg, .and more than luv miles shorter to New York, than Northern Lines. Bag-gage Checked Through to all im- portant rolnta Jtsast. ' ABS P0R IICKBT8 VIA ; 'BELLAIRE OR STEUBENVILLE.y Ticket Good ever either Honie. ' JM0. W. BROWN. ' Geo. Ticket Agent Central Ohio R. A, ..: ... j.i.n.,,1. A. HDTOailfBvN. Qcn. Ticket Agent Bteubeuvllle Bhort Line. Jolfl ., , . ''v Juel .-. fall .. ... ol Du ' , -ooi-4lrwlxeolB . 1ST bust- firm St. , .; AMD i - GUERNSEY'S BALM1 GUERNSEY'S BALM TsE01OVS A N D FHBVEHTB 1 1L Bammatlon and naln. and heals the worst bum, scald, bruise, cut or f reih wound of soy kind, prevtnta swelling end pais from bee stings, mosquito bites, poisonous plants, neuralgia, rneumanam, ague in iireasL aalt rheum, ate. When taken Internally. It posluvely cur croup la children, and gi.ee Immediate rellertntne worst case oi wis wmuie oompuunn remoTSs boareenem and sore throat, rnoe, kj eeau bottls. Should be in eve ij house, for -ale by Drug- glsteandBtorekeepere. isria btjss, Bole Proprietor, It Spruce it , Be York ' eettdAwlyis v- - : : ' .!.' -J No real justice can be dons the above preparatioue nut by procuring ana reaaing aeeenpurs pampnieis be found with all aeaiers, or win no sent oy rropncwr on demand, formulas and Trial Bottles sent to Phyel elans, who will And developments in both worthy acceptance and approrsl. .. Oerreependenoe solicited from alt whose necessities curiosity prompts to a tnat oi tn boot rsiiaois nsm aies. for eale by the niual wholesale and retail dealer everywhere. . n JOHN L. HTJUNEWELL, Proprlete ' , CHBMIST AND rHAaaaOCrmsT, ; Ho. 8 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Hats.' tloherm A Samuel. N. B. Marpla, i. B. Cook, 3. DenU, Q. Denlg k Bone, A. J lor Oolumbue, Ohio. ecnueiier ss son, agents myi-diy j 5 Baltimore Clothing IhmJ TTESO c3 I3XjXJ3VX aUmrOTcajM airs Waotaiau ntauas i . READY-MADE CLOTHING No. 308 WBaltiinore-street; ., tssi weia aiMTa u. auwua,; ,;-r, BALTlKlOHEt incu Isjfe Ajmortmint of Piece and rarnishlii I tl r h tnWkSa OoMtanUy on East ,, i , ti-ti no r If' and me will auo, tlyjir or , 1 ;j -i - T " - t-tt W 2D W L'.i.' I'l (Ajj i IllHbWiVItfiTOllE H I - ' ' "I , U8T llECEIVp BY,, ,;, WM. A. GILLi r. Mo. 30, North High Btreet, ' . , . . .... .. . Oce oi ins Largest and Best fclMtsd Aster! ' ,. ' ''(iii.; . .. , .. ..... i . Vf ii i , BVBK OriBRBD Itf THIS OITYl I ousc ' Builders', Furnishings ' i : 4, 09 KVIET.umi ARD QUALITY. ' ' !l i. !.' 1 : '.: ' . r, r 'n. .'".l ' " r, , ; ranch dcAuicrlcast . Window Glass fAi'MTB 0KOVND II OIL, ; u4 pu! ap ie half pound cans for family nee, and Pry Paints In bulk. brushes ol every variety & quality. . . ; 1a Splendid Assortment oi MACHINISTS TOOLS. i .' JaKUAOB MATERIAD8. ' AXES GRINDSTONES, ,tVo. j j GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, o. 1 ' 7" riSHING TACKLE. ROPE ft CORDAGE , LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER. BELTTNdr. vV EDGES, MAULS, PUMPS, : ' . AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, SCYTHES, ate, . . ' '' l ' . : ' A BDIO ana JTOCKei WUUexy. mpMlally Invite the attenUon of all Intorestod to my .took of Pooket and Table Cutlery, and ::, MILVH PLATED. FOB KB, lat)ie, iiesert, and lea SpOOnS, j Butter Knives, &c.,' aOQBRRe A BRO'B.. Manufacture, warranted lobe titra heavy, Bleotro-Plated, on genuine Albatta. . Country Uerchante, Uechanice, and others, are Invited e call and examine my Stock, as I am prepared to sell holeeale and Retail. . WIW. A. GILL. Oolumbua, Ohio, May 8, 1W0. I ' ' ... KBOOMVBirDKD BT THS LATB ,;. ! SIR ASTLEY COOPER, i I ' Of tlBTSBOBs. AVT DR. VALENTINE M0TT .1 ...... o. ..w enaa. . i tks atdmowledged Beada of the Profeeslca fit estkaV aismlsphsra, '' Tha berit Diuretic. Tonio. and Invlirorartt. The "Inert Extract of the XTAXJAJT J URUfEM BBSBY. ' The rarest and Moet CoeUy eta X hut -v' INDISPENSABLE TO FEMALES, -I INVALUABLE TO THE SICK. INCOMPARABLE FOB THE AGED. tub csrrcr mn nncT . ... SOB wai 1.J1 JKlia IUWHI , . ELICIOUS BEVERAGE IN THE WORLD. For Bale, Pints rod Quarto, by vary Druggist, Orooer, or country ueronanv LOOK OUT FOR BOetJI i ON DON Q IN S. THE ONLY aENTINB AATlOUs IB HARLES' LONDON CORDIAL QIN. B. BALDWIN & CO., VMvw-.ve.AM, or t iKav a, SUipVllfUIOj OA AJAh? I.J. UI.., ' r. . NEW YOKEL. BiM In Anlnmbaa hv ' ..i, :;, " . ! ,., .. ,. - I HcXXB A RIITIBAUT i Wholeiala and Retail Srocer. Btatesmaa Bulldinc. 1 . O- A. WAONBR. and others. In Cincinnati, by ' 8UIRB, BCKbTBIM A CO., Oc2o-deod&lyw andothen. .. ' r '.1 .- -I I ... 1 ' .-Vti If, .1 1(i BAIxSTsfeSON;: HO. 29 B0DIH BI0H BIBSSX, , ARE ' NOW OJTERllTO 1,000 yard Suoer Plain Blaok Bilks at II OO veins fl gB.peryard, ct,; , t,A.,5.,-ti.. . 11,500 yards Traveling Drees and Mantle Goods 19 1B cents vain 90 oents per yard. . i 1 SrOOO Tards White Brllllsntes at 12 1-2 cents- value SO cents per jard, ' i.V ;,'.','' ', tiOOO yards, fins and pojnestlc Qlngbanis (really dor value., , j .rf-.i;- t LARGE AND DESIRABLE LOTS OP. . . KOZAMBiairsa. 8AX2o&Drxs,, CBALLIB, rOULAAO BI1K8, .; i EKQLI8H BARE0ES, LAVEIXAB; ' ' ' ,'( ' LA WHS, CAUCOKS, ; rOPtlRI, ; - AND ALL OTHER Now and FaeMorxable Irea Grood in the moet desirable stylee and at very losers prices. Of all materials, mad ia the moet stylish manner the latest Paris Teshtcne In meet elegant stylee the elty. m. ,- "''' - vw-v , ,. ,,. p.;-.. ,, !, !,.-,-, ,:...- ssmsra S)s mayai) ,.; Ho. S9 South Ulgh stteel it - t .- ,. '.-t IK , ' .! .-i": '-.-T V - 31 T 7 Tr.St.i. , : A.buibs Aunea a ovAOb-Aauius, aa, rrEianBDSTlTOHEDLEVaUk HAND XA kerohlefe .very wise name, -i t i M vj nut I Xmbroldered Linen Bandk's iill prlcee. ( f, i Hemmed BUtcoeaana piain ao, ao. .,,. . do do eolored eoraers, . MourulDg do slaekkerdera .-:; . de da.u now MwetyleeroaSsdtohaaViv ! Pine Apple , new patteme. , . , . , i ... Tr.M.n.1 mith. Sn all nrlcas, Wimi ( MUI fM Itwi. . Oomprlstng the saoet eeleet essortment in the city St lowest prioee.' i t h..-i v AWBi ' UHi ,,F.'9.aam.fllakBtrt.r riKX afUTPB. TIOTORINB8 and OCfPB w 1.VA aowssuini Buhion-bla fan. V J 'r WSoatAUlgbst. eeeSfci--'' frr - Tr,'Yw'' - ,,' - Tn A i e atwmctxi , ,. , , 1 1 m t r Tim, Dal It, per year.. , Tr. Weekly, set rear. ......... .i ........IBM t'a 9 0 1 00 i W eekly, peryeat FREMONT'S CASE. Official Report of Adjutant-General Thomas. THE CHARGES AGAINST GENERAL FREMONT. The following official report of Adjatant Oeneral Thomas, prepared al the reqoeet of Seoretary Cameron, sets forth the ohargee against General Fremont in full: . j . ,., . , f WASHINGTON, October 21, 1861. I I i Sis: I bare the bouvr to submit the report re. quested in yonr letter of the 19th instant. We arrived at St.' Loola, as yon are aware, at A M., October 11. After breakfast rode to Btnion Barracks, above the city... Oa the attest leading to the camp passed a small field work ln coarse of construction. Found the omp oi great extent, with exieoslrB quarters, Con structed ot rough boards. , Maori has been said of the large some expended in their eresiiocj but some one mentioned that General MoKids try, principal Quartermaster, who made the diebnrsemtDts, gave the Cost at flft.OOO. II so, it was ludioious. The total ooel should be as certalocd. . General Curtis was fa oommaDd. Force present, 140 officers, 333b1 men, principally detaobment. exoept the First Iowa Civelry 34 officers, 904 men having boreea, but With out eauiDmeatB. . , - i , , 1 Uensrai Curtis Mid of Ueoeral rremont, tnat be found no diiBcalty in getting ecoees to Dim, and when he presented baelaeet connected with bis oorn menu it was attended to. , uenerai rre- moot, however, never ooosalted bin on milita ry affslrs, nor Informed him of his plans- Gen eral Cnrtls remarked that while be wonld go with ireedom to General Scott and express bis opinions, he would not dare to do so to General Fremont. He deemed General Fremont an equal to the command of an army, and said that he was no more oonna oy law to an oy tne winds. He considered him to be unequal to the command of the army in Miaeoorl Alter dinner, rode to the arsenal Deiow toe city Capt. Callender in charge. Garrison for It. nrntikAtlftn. nnitp, Main. Arane-ap. Third Cav. iry. Bat very few 'arms on band a number 01 nMTT Bnn, oewgneo lorgonooan or mor laeknaia The Mr. nraln Iss rrVmtPaa1 tti mm If in aT IkBllWWBtvae A U jmilvejaiA see cujavu saa im.uq ammuDitloo. He said be bad beard that some h.H ..,. fn. m.klro tha narriae-aa for these gunsi that If to, ne Knew notoiog o' ,u' .,., t- .....J to .noh w(tv. Thle. In mo nnfnlon. reaniraa Investlcatlon. He - peoted soon to receive lands, and desired tbem tbat thev might be diverted to other pay menu, , Visited a large hospital not far distant from the areeoal. in chares of aeelstaot Surgeon Bailey, Untied States Army. It was filled with patients, mostly doing well. Hospital In floe order, and a credit to the service. 1 he doctor bad an efficient corps of assistants from the volunteer service; acd, la addition, a number of Sisters of Charity as nurses. God bless these Dure and disinterested women ! Colonel Andrews, uniei raymastcr, causa on me and represented irregularities in the pay deoanment. and desired l Detractions from ths Secretary for bis government, stating that be was reauired to make navmeou ana transiers of money contrary to law and regulations.. Onoe, objecting to woet ne conceived an lm cironer Davmeot, be was threatened with con' flnement by a file of soldiers He exhibited aa order tor me trantier ot Sjtuu.uuu to tne vaar termatter'a Department, wbioh was irregular Exhibited abstraot of payments by one pay master f Ma or (eliseO to lortv-two persons ap pointed by Uenerai rremont, vis: uneoeionet. three msjurs, nine oapiains, niteen nrst iieutea, antj. eleven second lleuieuants, one surgeon three assistant surgeons! total, forty-two. Nineteen of these nave appolntmenta as en el neers, and are entitled to cavalry pay. (dee Exhibit annexed. No. 1.) A second abstraot of payments, was furnished, bnt not voaobed for as reliable, aa tne paymaater was etca. it ie ouiy ariven to show tbe excess ot officers oi snk ap oointed to ths Major General's Body guard of only three hundred men, the oommander beiog a colonel, eto. (See Exhibit No. 3) Tbe whole number of irregnlar appointments made bv Oeneral Fremont was said by Colonel An draws to be nsarly two hundred. The follow ing Is a copy of one of these appointments: "HEADQUARTERS WESTERN DEPARTMENT ST. LOUIS, Aug. 28, 1861. SnwYoi are berebv anoointed Cantain Cavalrv. to be smoloved In the Land 1 rauBpor tation Department, and will report lor duty J. C. FREMONT, J. C. FREMONT, Major-General commanding. To Capt. Felix Vogal, present." (See Exhibit ao. a.) . I ' an- I also taw a aimilar appointment given to individual on uenerai Fremont's staff as Di rector of Muaio, with tbe rank and oommlssioo ot Captain of EogineereJ This person was musician in a theater in at. Lrouis. re) master Andrews was verbally Instructed by me not I nay Dim IDC person oaring pruecuvou mo two I BaDers and demanded bis pay. Col. Andrews KXK lTrt' ZZl date, but directed payment, ln some oases, month or two anterior thereto. He was then without funds, exoenting s small amount : The principal Commissary, Captain Haines, had no outstanding debts. He expected funds toon. . i iMalor Allen, principal Uaartermaster, Dad reoentiv takeo charge al St, Louie, but reported great irregularities ln bis department, and re- queetea special insHTiuHous. iuts us uecmcu important, aa orders were communioated by variety of persona in an irregular manner, reanlrlnf. disbursements of money. These or ders were frequently given verbally. See Ex hiblt No. 4..J ae was sending, unaer uenerai Fremont's orders, large amooDts of forage from St- Louie to the army at Tipton, where corn was abundant and cheap. Tbe distance was 160 miles. He staled tbe Indeotednees the Qu irtermaater's Department at St. Louis bs $4,606,308.73.' -i i-i-tiio" ... In resard to tne contraots- vutaoui an ex smlnation of ths accounts it will be difficult amva at the iaots. . But it is tbe expressed be lle! ot many Intelligent gentlemen tn St. Louis that Geoerai Fremont baa around him, and. his staff, persons directly end Indirectly con cerned in furnmbins: supplies. The following Is a oopy ot a letter signed by LieoDidaa aaa 1 kell, Captain and A-1. C Ha, though I rLm.-.mt KseaktWlAnL'sl fltSlfT isl Batllrl til Kdh AMI A a MLraf Geoerai Fremont's staff, ia Said to be contractor for bay and lorage and mules.. lae person named in bis note. Colonel Uegrat, la bis part ner: - “HEADQUARTERS WESTERN DEPARTMENT, "CAMP LILLIE, Oct 2, 1861. , .' 81r I am reaueated bv tbe Commanding fianerel 'to authorize Col. Degraf to take hav that has been contracted for by tbe Govern. .... i . . .1 . Il ment, nis rweeips iot u nui voucher yoo require. -, ,. ,. ; . . atom "LiCiUn iuao naoanu, S I .r..(.i. a n ,C." I,' I (See Exhibit No 6 )-.: o-.r-. y ' ' " t is . ssd are l j What docs this meaoT Contractors deliver Ak-aa-axllrectto Qaartermssters, who issue ths cameO Bat ksre tuioibor party steps In, and tor tbe purpose, if the contractor or the ooparoter of sue. of filUng bis Own eodfraot. . It is Aiffl oult to goppots that this double transaction is dons without a oonsiaeration. i as accounts tn this ease should be examined, and the price paid to Degraf bs compared witb that- paid to the contractors wnoae forage was seisea, i nis aama Cantain Haskell. A. D. C Was a son tractor tor males. : as aeeirea tyepiaia lu.aiey lo receive his aatmals,4good, bad and tadlffor. ant," as Cantata Tarnlev said. ' This be weald not do, tout stated his prices for' lbs different alaaaaa af mnlea. "wheel." "lead,". SUM Be sides, hS bad mors males than bs oould foesl- bly sand to the army. tvMwitnstajiding au ibis, be received an order to .aspect and receive Mr. v n tsieirs males as raotdi .ihi. r..; TBtulay yery soon after raoelvedaToidsr from : Un. rremont to leave Si, Louis and ge into . ths interior of Missouri, (8ee exhibit No 7, i showing the great labor and responsibility.) B;dirMUeoscf Oea Meigs, adeertisesssnU Wei a published for proposals to faroleh grata and bey, and eottraets ware snbseqneotly made for specific snmssS eanu . rJ..i i. 3 od 17 81 pr ton for a.y. . Ia faoei of thle another party le Bt. Leal., Balrd, or Baird ft Palmer (Palmer being of the old firm In Calllilrnla, Palmer. Cook ft Co., Gea. Fremont's agents in that 8tete), were direoted ts send to Jefferson City, where has and earn abound, as fast as possible, 100,000 baebels oats, with a corresponding: amouut ol bar. at S3 cents per bushel for tbe grain and $19 per ton for hay., (See Voucher No. 7 ) : Capt. .d ward M Davis, a member of his staif, reoelved a contract by tbe direct order of uen -r remont, lor blankets. They were exam load by a board of army officers, consisting of Capt. Heodershott, Fourth Artillery) Capt. Harris, Commissary of Subsistence, and Capt. Turaley, Assistant Quartermaster. Tbe blao. ktts were found to be mostly ot cotton, and to be rotten and worthless Notwithstanding ibis decleioo, they were purchased and given to ths glok and wounded soldiers in tbe hospital. , Among the snppliee sent by Gen Fremont to tbe army new is tbe field, ma be enumerated five hundred half barrels, to carry water in a eeantry wnere water is abundant, and nve bun dred toss of loo. i We examined the barraeks In course of con struction ia St. Luals near and arouod t.s pri vate house occupied by blm as quarters tha . Brant Heose, which, by-tbe-by, ta rented for $6,000 per annum. These barracka bave brink foundations and bnok outer walls, weather boarded and are snffloient as quarters and sta bles lor 1000 Like those of Camp Ben ton, these barracks were built by con treat on published proposals They are cecctialy mors expensive and more permanent than the quar ters a temporary army wjuld require and tbe precise ooel of them, thoogn difficult to be got at, ehould bs ascertained. A pontoon br.dge bad been erected across the Ohio river by Gen, Fremont, at Paduoab. A ferry boat, in a region where snob boats are readily proom ed, would ba just as efficient and mock lees expensive. Cootraote, it will be seen, were given to Indi viduals without resorting to sdrertlnements for bids, as is required oy law and the army regula lions. Having received an intimation from another quarter of an impropriety, 1 oalled on Captalu MoKeever, A. A. G , for tbe facts, which be gave me as follows: One week alter tbe rcel(t ot tbe rreetoent's order modifying uen. frt mont's proclamation relative tu tbe emancipa tion of slaves, Gsn. Fremont, by note to Capt. mohteever, required blm to bave two hundred copies of the original proclamation, and address to the army of tbe same date, printed and sent Immediately to lrontun, for tbe nee of Major Garrett, of tbe Indiana Cavalry, tor distribu tion through tbe country. Capt. McKeever had tbe copies printed and delivered. Fremont's order ln this matter was aa follows: "Adjatant Geoerai will bave two hundred copies of Proclamation of Commanding Gen eral, dated 30tb of Aug , together with Address to tbe Army of tbe same date, sent Immediate ly to I ronton, for tbe use of Major Garrett, Indiana Cavalry. Major Garrett will distribute il through the country. J. C. F. General. Sept. 23, 1861." at ao a to a . s an of ts in on .k. ', We Isft Si. Louis October 13. for Gen. Frs- mon 'l headauartera at TiDton. one hundred and sixty miles distant, passing the night at Jeffer son City, tbe capital or Missouri, one honarea and twsnty-five miles from St. Louis. General rrloe was In command ot the place witu twelve hundred men. The Eighth Iowa were there, on the way to Tipton- At this place there wee accumulated a large quantity of forage, landed from steamboats, and means of transportation, also, tbe half barrels for carrying the water, at,d a number of mules, which Captain Turuley cid be could not get forward, having no control over tne traosportttion by railroad. We arrived in Tipton at 9 A. M. of the 13.h. Tbe Seoretary of War waa called on by Gen. Fremont, and, upon his Invitation, accompanied him to Syracuse, five miles distant, to review Gen McKineuy'e division, about eight thousand strong Tbla body of troupe ie said to be tbe best equipped sod best supplied of tbe whole army, Toey certainly are, so far at means of traosportatlun are ooncerned. At TiDton. beside Ueo.. rremont and stall, his body guard, etc-, I found a part of Geueral Humor's let Dlv'aion and Uenerai Asbotb a em Division. Tbe force designed to act agalust Price con lists ol five divisions, as follows: 1st Division, Hunter's at Tipton Id DiTision, lope's, at Geureton , Jd Sirlsion. ntitei'.. at Hedalia 4th Divlewe, airmth'e, at Tipton 9th Division, MoKiusuy'e, at Byraeuae.., Total 30.780 As soon as I obtained a. view of the several eooempmenteat Tipton, I expreeeed tbe opinion thai tbe loroee tneie assembled could not oe moved, as tOarcely any means of transport ttion were visiole I saw Uenerai Hooter, second in Oimmaud, and conversed freely with him. He stated that there was great confusion., and that General rremont was utterly Inoompeteni; that bta own division waa greatly scattered, and the force there present detective in many respects; that bs himself required one hundred wagons, bat that be was coder orders to march that day, sod some of bis troops wars already drawn ont on tbe road. His oavalry regiment (Elba's) had horses and indifferent arms, but no equip ments. , The men bad to oarry their cartridges ln their Vest pockets, consequently on their first day's maroh from Jefferson City, in a heavy rain whioh fell, tbe cartridges were aestroyea. This march to Tipton (35 miles) was made on a mud road, heavy and miry with rains, and parallel to the railroad and but a little distance from It. The troopa were direoted by Gen. Fremont to march without provisions or knap sacks, and without transportation. A violent . rain storm came np, and the troops were ex posed to it all nights were without food tor twenty-four hours; and, when food was receiv ed, tbe beer was lonnd to be spoiled. General Hunter stated to me tbat be bad usi received a written report from one ot bis Colo nels, informing him thai but twenty oat of a hundred of bis guns would go off. ; A nese were the guoe procured by General Fremont ln Eu rope. , I will here state that General 8hermso, at Louisville, made to me s similar complaiut of ths great inferiority o: Ibese European arms. He had given the men orders to file down tbe nipples.: In convert tlon with Colo nel Swords, AeeiatantQaertermaeter Oeneral at Loaisvtlle, just from California, he stated that Mr. Selover, whs wae in Europe with Gen eral Fremont, wrote to eome friend in Saa Fran cisco tbat bis share et tbe profits of ths pur chase of these arms was $30.000. . When General Hunter received, at Jefferson Citj, orders to march to Tipton, he was drool ed to take 41 wagona with bin, when be bad only dO males, wbioh ieot bad been duly report ed to headauarters. At this time Colonel Stevenson, of ths Seventh Missouri Regiment, wss, without Gooer.l Hunter's knowledge, ua- en from blm. leaving blm, wasn noaer m eras ing orders, with only oos regiment at Jefferson CUT tu to se toe neuu. " - j Oeneral Hunter also anowsa me ine oraer iot mtrohiog to Duroek Ferry, dated at Tipton, October iOib, whioh he did not receive nodi tbe 13tbt- (Exhibit -No. 10). ; He also showed me his reply, proving that it waa Impossible tor him to comply with tbe order to march. (Exhibit No 11). This order was changed lo oners, quiring blm to make a single day's march. (Exhibit No. 12).. . .... . Waea Gen. Pops received bis order to march at Georgetown, twenty lire mtlee distsnt, be wrote back to Gen. Hunter a letter, which I read. .. It set forth ths utter Impossibility ot bit moving for the want ef tranportatloa and aoppUee,: and asked whether Gea. Fremont oould mean what be bad written. AU s the foregoing facts go to show the went of military lofesight en ths part of Sea aral Fremont la directing the necessary means