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I I I Ml A A. rl 1 II : . . II'. X'l i II . 11 IT mt mm mm mmmmmi NEW SERIES. COLUMBUS. OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING OCT. 2. 1862. HZ DOLLARS FZB TEAS ; InTAriably In Adrsjical DAILY, TSIWEI Y A9D WEEKLY MANYPENNY & MILLER, f OBLIBHiBI AWD PROP BI1T0K8, 83 Office tot. 80, 81 and 40, sTortn High It TIBMS INTABIABLY IN ADVANOa. Dally . HOOMmr ,i nr"'u, WPMI ton ID Mr wear. - ST w 1 00 arm. of Advertising by tne Bqumt: Onesquara3weeke..84 00 On 0 months 18 00 On 0n One 6 toon On 15 00 On lwmk...l 9 months 10 00 t BODthi 8 00 . 1 month. 5 00 X" ;: a aays ... 1 oo una 11 Q j M Oil - i vii x insertion to Dim aved arimrx...,..!. .. "u" " " I Insertion 10 ,j,M; " "u non ini ma ion Advertisements leaded and elated in the Special Notices." dtmMA Ik All notion required to b published by UwTionl raiaa. II Ordered on th.ln.M.,,..ii..X-' 'It".11 per cent, ,. lh.n ti; ,',nI' ppeer In the Trl-Weekl, with t ohSge. 'W " -iu. u.ru,, not exoeediDg Art line, nervea In. Id. S'J SO ner Una; nnl.M. .(f "" Pjaar, 1T tran'iKi a"l"xHt nwl ft paid or fa a!!X!K.?2" M h.r. li.aadT.fUt. ie 'bath used,n.n to. obirV. ZTH air the ratei of the Dan. w Wsskli will be Mo advertisement takes tzeept for a definite period. Summer Arrangement. 1862. EAST. CENTRAL OHIO. AND Steubenville Railroads. ' orriR TBi -org.,,, Qnlckeai ?4 Flo. I nalia. to Pittsburgh, Harrifiburg, Baltimore, "miigion wcy, Jmiadelplua, New York and Boston. Irect oonneotions are made at BeUaire with the Baltimore and Ohio Railboad, And at Pittehurgh with the Pennsylvania Central Railroad. aauaiM. tu moinnua. 10:30 A. M. AS4.V.tt'M' aira at rrrmuaaa 8SI0A.M. , 8.85 P.M. &MP. U. P. H. Tic DIM m a. . . , .. S2L A. MflftOO P. M. Arrtra at Baltimore. 6:00 p. u. o 00 p J? Arrive at Waahlnf ton OHj, 6:4S P. 5. lEr 5' arrireat Newlork 4.11A.M. 4:1J A. Ml Via Penoeylvanla Central BalUoad? LeaT.PIttabnr,h...iS)P.taM. "o?Pjt Jfft w ArrtTeatDarrlUmrg, Asl 5 8 WA.M 1-eoV If' Arrlre at Philad'a.T 9S A. M 10 i it IStl' ' Arrir. at New York, 8:00 p &30A. SL ;b.aTlll?!r",,S,W BtlK .t0 ! A. HUTOHINSON, OeneralPaieenfw Agent Summer Arrangement. Little Miami Columbus & Xenia. RAILROADS. For Cincinnati, Dayton Indianapolia! Through to Indlanapolie withoat Change of Cue, ndbotOne Change of Can between . - Colombtu and St. Louis. ' i ' . ' On ana After Monday. May O, . 1868. Four Trains Daily from Columbus. FIRST TRAIN CINCINNATI ACCOMMODATION at 530 a. topplni at all itaUona between Oolambni, OlnoUnatJ aod Dutoi arriTlnt at Olsolnnatl at 10:30 a. at. at Dayton 8- a. . arrlre at Indlanapolli at 1:34 p. B. , SECOND TRAIN. j JEXPBX88 at 11:30 a. m., itopplniat Jeffenon, Iion don, Charleston, Oednme,Xala, Bprln VaUy, Oo ' wla, tort.Anehnt, Morrow, Bonb. Lebanon, loiter", - Lorelaad- and Milford, arrltiof at Olnolniiatt at A p. .,atDjton at 8:35 p. n.l arrtreat Indiananoln at7:p. m.f eonneetlsK at Olnotonatl with th Ohle and Mlulnlpnl Ballroad (or St. Lonu. Tlnoennee, Cairo, ete,i oonnNiln at Indianapolii for ail point Weet, (, " ' THIRD TRAIN. ')': MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION at 4:10p.m. ,itop plDg at all itatlona between Oolnabni and OInelanatii armuig at vinonnauat iwsup.u. , . . ' FOURTH TRAIN, BIGHT 1ZPBX8S, Via Dayton, at 18:00 midnight toppiaiat London, Charleston, Xenta, Dayton, Mld Vlneennee, LoalrriUe, Oalroi Sir Leata, au.j arrirlnt at ladtaaavorts at 7:15 a. at. aonnoetlnf at Indian '"iTw0. "I1 Mnte, OWoago, and aU ?LEEPINd CARS . ON NIGHT. TRAINS. 1' T llir" for farther Information and Thronsh Iteketa, apply to M. L. D0BXKI7, Iloket Ant, Cnioa Depot, ---- T. W. BTBAMB," , Qeneral Ticket Acent, OUtotonatl. JNO.rT.DOHllTT, Aaent, Oolunbaa, u.A :!. '.-cC , 1.W.W00DWA1U, , v . larlnUiiilent, OUudsaatt. olumbni, May J, 1808. .-.... be to C A L T ' H O U C E, 'cl '-'wfo. 178 Sorttt Xliji StrMt,'.! .'" ".',;. .' .';... i 0- ii ; , , , COLUMBUS, OHIO. rrnu noxEli but onb and a 1 BAU BQDAM8 from the Depot, aiid penoaa aa rlTini er wlahlni to Uk peatage en any of the tnlna will And the Salt Uooae dKldedly a ooareolent itop- rtoalri--e a'pataU beanUVitjitiraa .! Vlfvi i..-:Vu ... ' 0 A lit. IAI J. L. GILL & SON'S NEW BIiOOK, NORT HIGH STREET AND 8X1 THJ LABOBBX BTOOK, THE OBCATEST VABIETT, AMD THi MOST BlAOTIPOi PATH SNS . S T O V B S Iter offered to the ultlieai of Oolambm THAT HATI COOKINQ STOVES FOR COAL, COOKINO STOVES FOR WOOD,' AMD COOKING STOVES For either Wood or Goal. OOOKIHG 8 T 0 YES for Large famUlea or Small famillet, and nrytng Prtot frost Three Dollars to One Hundred and Twenty-Five. PARLOR STOVES, Of ererp Price, Site and Variety, for Goal or Wood. DINING-ROOM STOVES, HALL STOVES, Of many Patterne. 8ITTING-R00M STOVES. 8T0RE-R00M STOVES. OFFICE STQVE8 Army otovos, Both Oooatng and Beating. Tba tightest and most Portable Tent Store ever offered ta thm Officers of our Great Army. FURNACES, for Heating Dwellings, Chnrehee, Btorerooms, er other i targe nuiaisgs. LAUNDRY STOVES, for Family Use or Hotels. MOTT BOILERS, AGRICULTURAL BOILERS, SUGAR EVAPORATORS, SUGAR KETTLES HOLLOW WARE, DOGG IRONS,' SAD IRONS, TAILORS' GEESE, And many other artlolei "or any ether man. UjP CALL AND 818 11 No. 92 North High Street, COLUMBUS, OHIO. J. L, Gill & Son, norSMf The attention of the Public n called Wooden Eave Troughs CONDUCTORS Now being manofac tared bp ' N, E. Loveijoy. & Co,, Oorner of Spring and Water 8 treats , OTSr Messrs. Ohlea . -., ,4-.eawo-aaw Factory. . rpstT are made from the Mill stick of pine , eoated X on the Inalde with Water-proof Oampoettlont they azoel anything In ate for durability and oheapneas; eaa applied la old balldlngs where tin has glren ent, or sew boildlnga to process of erectloa, so as to form part of the eorntoo. They are prepared to fill orders from any part of the State, tor any sue, from 4X to Inches wide, with In etroottoaa how to pat them op. ; ji a y. wiMjwwwwoav, -t . ;, Olouing Out Prices. , FiSTMJolored lawni." ... 10 and ISJfoenti. Organdies 19 and 15 cents. ghepherd'sCheoks........ lSXoents. , IngUsh Beragea.MWi..f....b....lOoenta. Paris Printed fiegragss.... ISM to 83 cents. i Superior eingbame. 12 X to 13 cents. , OreyBhawlBeragea, 8 yards wide, SSoente, Trarellng Dress (roods........ ...8, 10, IS.lSots Parasols and ganUncrallu Ten Cheap. -Inf. p.T .i-.ar:!.---." BAIN It BON, JnneB ....... . Ho.' fit South High Street. , OLOflHTQ OXST BALD, Qltk MintiiiaS,1 Baeqaei ana Olrcalsrs.' - ' V! ' " 1 O PaSM Boarf Mantillas. - '- c frtnoh Laea ataatlllaa, Soaifsand Polntf : AS aa tmunH rad action In Drlce. , . Persons wishing to purchase will find this an exoellent opportaaltg to tsonre elegant 'garment at anasaally ' :..v. BAIN BON, T jancS ...... No. 88 Soalh High Street. Closing Out Sale at Great Bargains. LAWNt'Beragei, Organtlei. " i TraToilag Dress-Oeods. '., u... ' I Parasols, Ohlntaea, einghaai. ' , . r, .. . BATlf Jt BON, Jaaat c ' 'M 6 : 1 f o. 88 Bonth High Strati. 1 Pii: lU8trinaa , ! , fe if, JUMB -; ; j; , i v . 88 Swath SlU SMttV ! .Mi?'- X WEEKLY PUBLISHED BY MANYPENNY & MILLER, COLUMBUS, OHIO. At $ 1.00 Per Year. EaTtnga olnulaUon Larger by Several Thonsands, Than any other paper In Ohio, ontslds of Cincinnati, OITESS FACILITIES FOR ADVERTISIWC Whloh cannot all to bring Quick and Remunerative Returns. To those who take adrutage ef them. THE WEEKLY STATESMAN, Distributed, at It Is Through Every Postoffice in Ohio Is fonnd In tha hands of A Large Class of Readers,' Whose patronage is valuable, and who seldom see the vauy editions or olty Joornalii aad aa only A LIMITED NUMBER -op- ADVBRTISEMENTfl Are Inserted In its columns, APPROPRIATELY AND HANDSOMELY DISPLAYED, They cannot Ml to Attraot .Attention in all Localities. WHOLESALE DEALERS Advertising Is the f ,i v . WEEKLYSTATESMAN, . Will find It advantageous In The Increase of Trade, Which b almost oertala to follow an extenHvt dltsemlaa . Hon of aknbwledge of Iheli kulneee - AMONG COUNTRY DEALERS. AdverUstmenta Intended tor The Weekly Statesman IhotUb handed labafog Wedneadaynawi 1862. 1862. Summer Changed. Great Northern & Eastern Route. AND CINCINNATI iBank , RAILROAD. Connecting at Crestline with the PITTSBURGH, IT, . WATNB a 0HI0A0O RAILROAD Ibv PHUburgh, PMladclpMa and Jlaldmor. Altt for tort JToyns and CMoayo. Oonneoting at Oleveland with the LAKB BHOB1 BAIL BO AD For Dunkirk, Bnfialo, Albany, Uoa tonf ana New York. THREE TRAINS DAILY, KXOBPT BDNDAT, from OolamUs, In oonnectlon with Trains on the LITTLE niAini and oog.rmrRiTM a u aaaiAiStUAUS. fIBBT TRAIN. NIflnT ITPRan T.a.w.. . i nn u M au V r . . Will stop at Delaware, Ashley, Oardlngton, Oilead, w.nv.,.uui, .ii awuuii. nonuoi uaiioo i arnviDg ai Oleveland at V.JO A. M., Dunkirk &t P. M., Buffalo 5c24 P. M New lork 10 A.M., Boston 8:30 P. M. 8B00ND TRAIN. NBW YORK XXPBXBB Leaves Oolombus at 11: 10 . kf. Will itnn n.l.M n..Jt..n. mi Crestline, Shelby, New London, Wellington and Graf ton! arriving at Oleveland at 3:35P. H., Dunkirk 0:0SP. 99 P. At. THIRD TRAIN. MAIL AND EXPRESS LetYef Oolambni at 3:40 P. I . Will atnn .11 - U ol.ii . . Mtom, New LdRdon, WeHLDgton,Urlton and Berea:ar w4vtne sat 1Ima(a. a . fl.in n a t-. - . . r n. . '.. MMtai vravewuuat f.ivriUi AVUQIiri .W Ai Ale Buffalo 530 A. H., New York 8:00 P. M., Boston 11.15 00NRI0TI0N8. At Delavua with Hi, and pointe on that road At urestiine with Plttstiarvb, ft. Wayne and Ohlcairo Railroad for Pl,t.hnnh. Dhll.J.l.kl. ..J n.l. i Also for Ohioago. ai DoeiDy.irita nandnsky, Mansfield and Newark Ball road, for all points on that road. Also for Toledo. At fllffVAlanrf With T..k. ah. T) -1 1 . 0-1- . ' msamv buvi. M.IIIV.U IUT Jill I., Dunkirk, Buffalo, New York and Boston. - Patent Sleeping Cars are ran on all w:.la m . . M Kigui a rami 10 uruoago, ew York and Boston. Baggagt Oualotd Tkronok to Ate York and Botton mAn ImJ. Mil I . t . - vircmw WW! w imnwiwihi ana Jmo York via OntV int. RETURNING. Night Bxpress arrives at Columbus at 11:30 P. M. Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 11:00 A. M. Aoeommodation arrives at Columbus at 10:15 P. AI. Fare aa Low aa py any oilier Konte. Aik for TiektU vim Outline or CUveUnd, . 8. f LINT, superintendent, Oleveland, Ohio. JAMBS PATTBB80N, Agent, Oolombus, Ohio. Columbus, May7,18G2. AND BUNK BOOK MAKUPACTORV SPLENDIDLY I4CIFPXD n IMPEOVED MACHINERY AND STEAM POWER. N. W. LEFAVO-R, Supt; NOS. 32 34, 38, 38 NORTH HIGH BTBBBT, Stateaman Bulldlna, Second Floor over R. rfewlnaa State steam Printing- ftoomi. BXTBA SUBSTANTIAL PAGED BLANK BOOKS, Wit or without Printed Headings, on Superior Psper RULED AND BOUND To any required Pattern . 8TAT1 DIFABTMBNT8, BAILROAD OPflOBB, BANKING HOUBIB. COUNTY Of f 1018, MBB0HANT8, famished at the Lowest Prices. BOOK BINDING, Bythsldlt rSlngle Voluaie WA0A2INB8, " ' . . .. . , MONTHLY PUBLI0AII0N8 . , , PAUPHLITS, - , r PAPIB8, Bound in any Required Style.. BINDING AND HE-BINDING I for Public and Private Libraries. Orders from abroad will receive nromot and soecla attention. Address, J. H. RILEY, or, N. W. LEFA'VOR Bookseller and Stationer, . Superintendent ia Boau tiign Bireet. franklin Bindery. novM-dtf1 ! . . .. STATE AND UNITED STATES Pay, Pension & Bonnty Agency , FOR THC COLLECTION Of' All Claims Against the State or U. S. PHELPS, LEWIS & PHELPS- Sign oBoldlers' Home," Broadway, Co . lumbua, 0., North of Btate House; 0. Pbelps'i reildenoe, Newbery, Geauga county. AT TBI SOLICITATION Of THI MANY fOB Whom the different members of oar firm have done beslnees, we have made arrangements to devote much of ear time to tha work of procuring the Pay of dis charged Soldiers and resigned Officers; Discharges and Pensions for those disabled; the 8100 Bounty for Wid ows, Children. Parents, Brother! and Bitten. Also, Yearly Pensions to Widows. ' Bend aa all the papers aad Information In your pos session, and we will at once send yoa blanks to fill out. von't delay. Apply to or address . PHELPS, LEWIS PHELPS, '," 'i Broadway, near Boekeye House, Columbus, 0. ; . O. ll.nb.rr. Ouiuia oonnt. O. Bsratawoaa Tha hundreds for whom we have done aaalneso. , , u, ii .t .- augll'68-dly . . . BNTS KIBB'D SIEBIIfO TJNDER WaK8tBT8.' FMlLIfiOOKfilfifiliY Si 5ttJ ? tl ?!5f W I-cow 9tf aUW S0N t ft- (Dlfio Statesman TELEGRAPHIC. STFor latctt TtlegrapUe Nexci, iti 3d Page. Morning and Noon Report. —1,200 Rebels Taken Prisoners. - era. Washington, Sect. 30. Recentlv Stahl's Brigade, baiog a partof Slgel'a corps, advanced to Warrenton Junction, about fortj-one miles irom wasniDgwn.witDoQt meeting the enemy. Yesterday they went to Warrenton villaee. ten ffllleg west, and took a larce nnmbrrnf sick ana wounded rebels, together with a few conscripts, prisoners, whom tbey paroled. Stahl's command made a reconnoifs&nce to Sa lem and White Plains, but fonnd no rebels In that neighborhood. Reports prevailed at Alexandria to-day that eigel's troops bad recaptured all the engines ana cars wmcn tbe enemy obtained from tbe wreon at uriawwand Warrenton Junction. Nothing: is known here. as la rannrtol nf .n disagreement between 8lgel and tbe War De partment. Philadelphia, Sept. 30 The Washington ur vi una evening says aigei moved onl upon our immediate front some days eitice. Stgel has Just tclceraohcd that reaterdav Ron fithl advance brigade took the town of Warrant ana made prisoners of tbelve hundred rebols. ueneral &tbl veatcidav went In Salem anil White PJaioo, wbtre bo found no trace of tbe enemy. They however captured eight wagons iuhucu wiui uuartermaster a ana Liommiflnarv stores, and Beveral mules, and brouebt tbem ou. Letters of Marque—English Iron for the Rebels. New York, October l.The Woshineton correspondence of morning papers say the deo laration of Secretary Seward, through minister Adams, to England, of wbicb we have news by a recent steamer, of tbe purpose ol Ibe Govern in eU to issue letters of marque with a view of checking hostilities now ourled on by Southern privateers on Uuited States commerce, has caused no little sensation among representatives of foreign powers and students ef international law here, who regard it as tantamount to an offlolal recognition by the United States of the rebels as belligerents. mere Is intelligence from Eoeland tbat fif teen thousand tuns of iron. 'to be used for nlat ing vessels is oo the way to tbe South; but even if Ibe blockade is successfully run, our Iron clad vessels will be ready before those of tbe rebels. Reconnoissance across the Potomac —A Number of Prisoners Captured. New York, October 1. The Governor of North Carolina, Colonel Vance, delivered bU inaugural at Raleigh on the 8th ult. It Is mod erate in tono generally, though when speaking of the treatment received bv North at the hands of tbe rebel government it is quite bitter and sarcastic. The following is from the sneaiul corresnnnrl. ent of the Times: ShaIPSBOO, Sent. 30. Yesteidav Farnnarnrth'a brigade of cavalry, aooompanied by Gibson's and Tidball's United States batteries, crossed me rotomao into Virginia, below Sbephoids town, ia force. They reoonnoitered the country for a distance of five or bIx miles from the river, and discovered that tha enemy still holds his position in the vicinity of Winchester, Major Medill.of the Sib Illinois cavalry, with three squadrons, took the road leading from Shepberdstovto to Martintbur. and met oca regiment of the enemy's cavalry four miles irom me lormer place. The enemy bad two pieces of artillery, and fired a few shells, but without effect. Rebel videttca which were at Shepherdatown and along the roads lo the morn ing, retired as our cavalry advanced. Farnsworth, of the 8ih Illinois, took tho road to Winchester. In houses alone tha wav he took over twenty of the enemy's wounded pris oners, including Colonel Mcgill, of Georgia, all of whom were paroled. At shepherdatown, Ueneral Pleasanton. nro vost marshal, paroled nearly four hundred rebel wounded. Oar artillery wad not brought into position. Griffin, with the 14th New York. 62J Penn sylvania, 32J Massachusetts and 2d Distriot of Columbia regiments, crossed the river and pro ceeded mile and a half beyond. They took over four wagons, whloh they brought in at night, loaded with forage. They picked np twenty-five muskets. Tbe Times Washington correspondent says: We have the best authority for contradlctine- tbe statement telegraphed from here last night to a Philadelphia journal, to the effect tbat peace commissioners bad been sent here bv the rebel Congress to propose a compromise. Gov ernment nas no Knowledge of any such action, and it is believed tbe rebels are too well in formed of its temper to suppose tbat it will en tertain any proposition except one of uncondi tional submission to tbe constituted authorities. Gen, David Under Arrest—Funeral of Gen. Nelson—Skirmish at Elizabethtown Ky.—A Georgia Regiment Taken Prisoners. Looisville, Sent. 30. Gen. Jeff. C. Davis ! under arrest and will be tried by court-martial. Tbe funeral of Gen. Nelson took nlane tn. day. The corpse was eoolosed in au elegant metallio casket. The following officers aoted as pall-bearers: Major-Generals MoCook, Crit tenden and Cranger; Brig.-Generala Jackson and Johnson; Captain Jenkins, Chief or Stiff, and other staff officers. The procession was formed at the Gait House at 3 o'olock. and waa oomposed of cavalry, artillery and about seven regiments of infantry. There was In addition company from each regiment of the old di vision that Nelson commanded. The remaits were taken to Christ Church, where Rev. Dr. Talbott delivered an eloquent address, and from thence proceeded to Cave Hill Cemetery, and were placed in a vault, where tbey will re main unlil tbey can be removed to Camp Dick Robinson, in accordance with Gen. Nelson's re quest. Yesterday it waa rumored that General Bnell was relieved from his command. The news caused much dissatisfaction among our State authorities and prominent oitixens, who have tbe utmost confidence In Buoll. We have reliable Information to day that General Buoll ia still in command of tho army of the Ohio. A skirmish at Elizabetbtown between Col. Kennelt'a 4th Ohio cavalry and tbe 3d Georgia oavalry, resulted in the capture of the entire force of the latter. Col. Kennett paroled tbe non-commissioned officers and privates. Look out for Counterfeits. Philadelphia, Oct. 1. Peterson's Detector cautions the publlo of a new and dangerous counterfeit on the City Bank of Montreal, of Canada, or tbe denominations of A- It is at follows: Vignette, vuloan with aa anvil. train of can. etc. in the distance: the coat of arms oi anaaa ana an inatan woman on the right end; cupid bestriding a lion, and figure 4 on the left. As Canada money Is at a premium. they may be largely shaved. Also srrarlona fives on tho Mechanics' Bank of New York are being largely circulated. ., . ...v Military Governor of Florida. New Yout, Oot. l.The Herald's Washing ton correspondent says: It is understood that Hon. Ell Thayer will Immediately receive the appointment oi Military Governor of Florida. ihis appointment It made with a view to en able Thayer and those who are aotlog with blm, to oerry out their scheme tor the introduction into Southern States ol loyal laboring popalk- HOD. --j 1.-v i.-: .: t;r,.. . ;.......,! Newaie.N. J., Oot. I lion. Jacob W. Mil. ier, ex-United Btatet Senator,. died nt hit real dtnoe In Morrlttowo last night. vi, J ovt raoviDiHcE, K, I , Oot. 1. -Brig.-General "vuni.u uieu go monaay, near rlagerstown or wounds received in the battle of Antletam Newaie, N. J., Oot. l.-Two brick buildings vuo uuuurea ana eisutv-a r. fl Inm, . of the extensive patent leather manufactory of . . wunvn w. WUre ueatroyea by tire Ibis morning, with large quantity of knapsacks "- uua iweuij-uve inouflana dollars ruiiy insurea. NEW YokC, Oct. 1. Commnrinra V.nrlo.btlt Is converting: tbe steamer Vandarhilt. hlnh t. lately gave to the United States Government, Into a man-of-war. She will oarrv som tvolv guu oi neavy oanore, ana will be tbe fastest war vessel anoat. LETTER FROM ALLEGHENY CITY. DUtre$iing Anenal Cataitrophe-Oreat Demo cratic Man Meeting An Untcrupvlout Ent- my As PreMtnt't halt Proclamatwnt Raiiealt JMhntTht Can of Rtv. Dr, Plumer Ditpoted of. MxitRS. Editors:-. Ynn h,n of the late terrible disaster at the United States nne.ai as i insourg, which resulted in the deatruotion of so many lives. The building that ornlnd aA I. . t . --r o uuwu as me iiiooratory, in which wsro employed about one hundred and iweoty-six persons, cmefly boys and girls, seventy-five or eighty of whom were killed, be sides many more tbat were badly Injured. The explosion was heard all over both cities very distinctly. 8oon the greatest anxiety filled ail lo know what bad happened. The news soon spread tbat the Arsenal bad exploded, causing a great destruction of life. Crowds of excited people were soon oo tbe grounds, and thous ands hurrying to the place where death was visible in all Us hideous forms. Tbe sight Is said to have been moat awful and heartrending. I had no hoart to witness such a scene, so I did not go. Immediately after tbe building ex ploded, the fire enveloped the entire ruins lo one vast funeral pile. Oh! think of fathers, mothers, brothers and sisters, roahing in all di rections, frantio with the thoueht that IovaH ones were burled up In that smouldering heap of ruins'. Many were burned entirely np; oth ers were crisped and blackened all over so as not to be recognized by friends; others with limbs burned off and mangled in a most sick ening msuuer. A public meetlno? waa Imme diately called to take measures for tbe relief of toe sunerers as mucn at possible. A benevo lent person of Pittsburg donated a lot in tha cemetery for tbe burial of those who lost tbeir lives In this sad cUastrophe. Subscription is beiug raised to erect a suitable monument over tbe graves of tbe dead. Tbe coroner has been Investigatiog tbe cause of tbe disaster with great Industry and ability. The verdict of the jury has not transpired yet. It is probible, as In most suob oases, no one In particular was to blame. The enilt will h shuffled from one to another, so that no one will be Drought to justice. There was doubt leas culpable negligence somewhere, that has caused this sickening loss of life. Tboy have rules rigorous enough to prevent all such disas ters, ii only properly enforced. Last Tuesday evening:, the Democracy of Al legheny county had a great mass meeting in front of tbe St. Charles Hotel In Pitteburg. Tbe meeting wai addressed by Hon. F. W. Hughes, chairman of tbe State Central Com mittee, and Hon. W. H. Wittle, of Piiiladel. phia. Tbe last named gentleman is a powerful speaker, whose speech wai appreciated, judg- f . I . I. .. 1 l 1 . . . , tug irom me muuueriug appiauee mat follow ed in quick succession all through bis speech. tie Drmgs goon news worn tne eastern part of the State; particularly In Philadelphia, where be says many who acted with the Republican party heretofore, will do so no more, for the reason tbat tbey ean approve no longer of tbeir destructive find revolutionary measures. The Democracy do oot believe thai our ability lor putting down this rebellion lies altogether in our arms. Our army must be assisted in tbe field by wise and constitutional measures at homo, in tbe legislative halls. The truth of this is verified from tbe stupendoos proportions the rebellion baa aeeumod since the unwise and destructive measures of last Congress. These inings are now Beginning to be lelt, and the people are casting about for a remedy for these evils,, which tbey are now satisfied rests in the success of tbe Democratic party. Consequent ly, a terrible struggle it now going on in tbe Republicaa-Abolition-Destructive-Revolutiona- ry party, to retain the position they now occu py, in order that they may accomplish tbeir revolationary schemes. For them to fail now it everlasting ruiu to them; hence tbe mean tricks tbey resort to to avoid defeat. Tbey even have tbe hardihood still to heap upon tbe nomocracy lueir auta epitnets ot "secssion sympathizers," etc. etc, but that game has be come too well understood now to be believed by anybody outside of an Insane Asylum. Well, "the great National chord" has at last been touched President Liiooln baa done one thing that will be remembered la tbe history of LI- ! J , .. . - oib ereuuui aammisiraiion, ana lor wnicb ail, who wish for a speedy peace and a restoration of the Union, have great reason to mourn over tho weakness and vacillation of a man who has heretofore apparently stood firmly against the threats and menaces of Abolition Diauniontsta. It is almost impossible to account for the President's late proclamation on any other ground than sheer cowardice, a fear of man ful ly resisting tbe impudent demands of bis worst enemies those who were Jaborloir for tha de atruotion of their country aa tbeir prime object, ana as a means 10 me accomplishment of wbicb tney wished the co-operation of tbe President. They had heretofore failed, but at last Mr. Lincoln jields to tbe clamor in sn evil hour, as a trncklingpolitioian, rather than an exalted statesman. The Radicals are readv to "eave in" over the late proclamation, and are singing "glury hallelujah" over tbeir almost deaoaired of triumph. The "whole nation will now be in arms" as they said before the confiscation act was passed to put down the rebellion. Well, if the effect of this proclamation is as disastrous as wore the acts of the last Con gress, it will doubtless take the whole nation to ooanteraot its evil tendenoy. It Is well known tbat Mr. Lincolu has all along considered anoh a measure as unwise and lutiie; be baa told its advocates that, time and again, and that he oould not do it. It is well kuown that this was Mr. Lincoln's mind even as late as the 11th instant. At least tbat ia what he affirmed. But there are rumors now, that even at the time when he wai talking this way, be had bit proclamation prepared, and wai urging Its adoption by bit Cabineta part of whom refused tbeir assent to tbe last. It this is the character of honett Old Abe, may He who holds the des tiny of nations laveus! - It would be laughable, were it not a solemn thing, to witness tbe wise sayings or the Aboli tionists in their glee over viotory. Tbe Pitt burg Gamut is almost wild, and gravely says tuat the rresiaent's proclamation tar surpasses anything in impoitanoe of modern times; even tbe Magna Charta ot A. D. 1915, whloh declar ed in England that the people had sacred rights, and whose Influence has been 10 great through out the world, and speolally In Eoeland and in this oinntry, in the progress of political t.bd religious ireedom, even this it oast into insig nificance beside tbe proclamation of tbe Presi dent! How foolish! . How. fanatical! to think tbat soon action oan have any possible influ ence, favorable to the slaves, while our army is almost off of slave territory: while oo the other hand, It can be bat mischievous, to exolting tbe reoeis to renewea exertions, apa be a firebrand in tbe 8outb, which will do an Immense injury to the Union cause. This to the light in wbicb it is viewed by the moat patriotic journals In the land; among them it the New York World (Republican); the National Intelligencer, which hat heretofore been considered as a semi official paper of Mr. Lincoln; certainly oone nave given tbe fresiaent more valuable aus- port in all constitutional and proper measures for tbe suppression of the rebellious The Lou isville Journal, whose loyalty no one woold dare to question, denounces It la unmeasured terms, and olalmt it aatbt duty of the loval people to pot a veto upon thia mischievous measure at the coming eleotiont, by electing conservative men to the next Congress, to ss to render this proclamation null and void. Tbla li one of Mr. Lincoln's constitutional freaks; It Is eminently Abrahamic, It bas been hit for tune when some progrest was being made to crush the rebellion, to strike a blow which placet us In a worse oondllion than before. It Is probable tat then the pressure of tho Radicals it much greater, and he yields to their demands; and suoh will evidently be the case nntil be throws them off entirely, and drives tbem from bim. Tblt It the only hope. As a supplement to this proclamation, the Pres. Ident has Issued another, virtually declaring martial law all over the United States, go as to prevent tbe people from expressing their dissent from his measures. Tbe Rev. Dr. Plumnr'a cua t. i,..- disposed of, at least till the General Assembly, In May next. On the 18th Inst., tbe Board of Director! of the Seminary had a meeting, called far the nn. pose of considering tbe Question of suanendino- him from his Professorship. After the mooting of tbe Board bad been organized, Dr. Plumer entered and offered his resignation, which took tbe Radicals rather by surprise, at they had ex pected to consummate tbeir plot, by suspending the Professor from hit official duties, wild tbe disgrace of being deposed on account of disloy alty, The course the Doctor took. Mt ih.m only the naked question, whether tbey would ' accept of hlA'rcjiffoation or not it WAfs aaiWfUlffif- ed. The Board in spite of the fire eaters pass ed a resolution commending tbe piety, talents, and usefulness of Dr. Piumor. Oa tbe 19tb, the Presbytery of Alleebeov met in Dr. Pinm. church to act on the offered resignation of tbe pastor, at which meeting a long and very able remonstrance was offered by Dr. Plumer't charge against tbe accepting of tbclr pastor's resigna tion by Presbytery. But tbe Doctor urged tbe Preabytery to release bim from his charge, which they did, and reeularlv dismiiwiwl him ti tin nth. er Presbytery at bis own request. Thus ends this sad affair. It may now be asked, what has caused all this trouble? It would be well to lei tbe matter rest here, but Dr. Plumer's enemies have been so violent and persistent that justice demands that thorn r. olutlooieU (for sucb tbev are) should ba .fit in proper light before tbe world. It ii not ha. cause Dr. Plumer is disloyal that he was com- peiica to leave here. This has been a trick used by hit enemies to accomplish other ob jects. This is emphatically a revolutionary age There is a portion of the church ready to turn the world upside down, to accomplish a Utopian object, a chimera; the world does cot move fast enough for tbem. It is this spirit that has been ' at work in this case. It ia a deep laid plot to get into the hands of thia party, everything tbat will aid in forwarding its purposes. It is as well In the church ss the State. The micdB of tbe people must be educated to tbeir way of thinking, before tbey expect to be altogether successful. Hence thoir attempts to get oon tri) of Seminaries of learning. It is Ihis spirit that baa been at work to cau.se the removal of Dr. Piumor, knowing that it couli not be done unless some imputation should be brought against bis character, hoping at the same time to secure ooe of tbeir own way of thinking to ocoupy bis place. It will probably not be long tillotbera of the faculty will have to run tbe gauutlct. Indeed, it is reported tbat auotntr ' of tbem baa given mortal iffVn.o to those gratuitous keepers of the ponce, and tbat tbey are preparing their artillery to demolish him. This Seminary is an object of great importance, and If perverted to political purpostu, would bo an engine of strength iu the bauds of revolu PHILOS. ALLEGHENY CITY, PA., September 26, 1862. Administrator'.-; Sale, David Smiley, Jr.. edm'r of) David Bmiley.Ur., f vs. ' Maria Bmlley, and others. J THE UN DEUSIGIMF.il, Administra tor of the estate of David Smiley, Sen., deceased, In pursuance of an order of: he Probate Court of Franklin oounty, and State of Ohia, to bim directed, will eell at pnblic auction on the premises, on Saturday, the 18th day of October, 18C2, at about 1 o'clock P. M. of said day, the following de scribed real estate, situate In tbe county of Franklin, in .aid Btate of Ohio, tvwlt: The whole of Military Survey No 5,214 for 81 acres. In the name of WlUiam Powell, granted to James Tay lor, by patent dated Oct. 15,1839, said survey being founded upon warrant Mo. 98U, and conveyed to David Smiley, St., by Jamee Taylor and wife, by their deed dated March 3d, 1840, aa appears of record In Book No. 33, pages 50 and 51, in the ttecorder'e office of said Franklin county. The said real estate will be sold, free sod dear of dower. Tirms or Bali. One-third of the purchase money to be paid on the day or sale; the balance In two equal an nual payments, with interest, payable aonuilly, and to be secured by mortgage on the premises. Appraiied;at l -tl per acre. DAVID SMILEY, Jr., Administrator of David Smiley, Br., deceased. septl7-dltwtd. Master Commissioner's Sale. Mack A Broths re BIS etal.S vs. Nicholas Kaetzel Franklin Common Pleas IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF the said Court to me directed, I will offer for sale at Publlo Auction, at the door of the Court House, In the City of Columbus, on Saturday tbe 25th day of October, A.D. 1862, at one O'clock, P.M., the followingdescrlbed real estate, situate In Franklin county, Ohio, to wit: Subdivision No. 8. of In-lots Nos. 5U7, SS8and59S, in the city of Columbus. Appraised at 8550 UO. Q. W. HUF7MAN, Sheriff, and Matter Oommlsstoner- B. P. L. Bibr, Atterney. - Printer's feee 83 50. septl7-dltwtd Master Commissioner's Sale. Superior Court ef franklin T.. nn. Rn,v, .i .i l Uounty, Ohio. IN PUHSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF the said court, to me directed, I will offer for tale at publlo auction at the door of the Court House In the city of Columbus, . . On Saturday, tbe 4tb day of October, A. D., 1862, at 1 o'clock p. m. the followingdescrlbed real estate, situate in the county ot franklin; and Btate of Ohio, to wiu The undivided half of Lot 18, In section one, toWn ehlp one, range 10, of U. B M llitary land, containing one hundred aod five acres, more or less, etoept ten acres in the southwest oorner. Appraised at 8 IB 0 per acre.- , 0. W. Btm AN. Sheriff n and Master Conuuiutoner. Thob. Sfabrow. Att'y. ... Printer's fees 8150. angSO-dltawtd ' Sheriff's Sale. Bernard fisher, Tl. . John Bnglith 1 Court of Common Pleaa i -of i , rrankiin County BV VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF TUB, said Court to me directed. I will offor for mi. .t publlo auotion, at the door of the Court House, la she city of Columbus, Ohio, oh Saturday the 4th day of Ootober, A D. 1862, atone o'clock, P. M., tho following described real estate,4ltuate In Franklin county, Ohio, to wit: , ioioi uumoer ajo in inc olty ol Columbus. Uhlo-A Appraised at 8 IB.tHH) OU.. ... . ... 7 Printer's fees, 83 50. ' ; i :: -: i.-ur ' 0. W. DUFFAIAH. Sheriff,' . .. ... : f ' """"kiln county, aug 31-dltwtd. i : ' . . . :. Sheriff's Sale A. A. Hughes vs. J. f . Bullivan Hardin County Common Pleas. BVwlrtue at a writ at Veadl taw directed from the Oourt of Common Pi.u nt II. r. din county, Ohio, 1 will offer for tale at publts auction, at the door of tho Ooart House, in the city of Columbus, Ohio, on . , Saturday, the 1st day Of November, A D. at 1 e'elock P. M the following described real estate, annate in tueuouniy or rraoaun ana mate of Ohio, to wn. ........ .' ... . Lot No. (96) of B. A. Chapman's addition to tha cite Ot Onlnabns. OfcS. - - Appraised at 7.00. V. .V . 0l U"MAN. Sheriff. Printer's fees tS.K. sepUMltawM. ' ' " : J-vi't " v-J