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bxBbbbbbb bxBbbbbbb 001.XJMB17S. OHIO. SATURDAY MORNING, OCT. 4, 1863. .'tt-..,4PBTEJI01Iili ' tTa. "37 Park RoW.ow York, and 6 State ' K? " " - Street, Boatoo, Are our agent In thou dUre.and ar euthortaed to toko ,.4lTnlaamnt an BuborlpUona for nil onr Lovt THE NATIONAL PLATFORM. Purposes of The War. fi i j i mmmmm ' OoMiin T ot lt tJXixiHooi. ristro th muuowum ulotiow, whiob ntnuuei -ran voirw or warn Nt-noa, mo xm eraaoaau or i.jtltt I I Tbal Uw praeeuldaplorabl. elvll war ha boon foroed anon tbo oouotrr by th dlsunlonuit of tlio Southern BUM, now lo imi against the Constitutional Govern o?o4 to roSud tht Oaplt.1: that In thi No M VnrrwT Oonnres. baai.Mo,. ill feeling of M,n pa-lou and rM.utu.ent, wlU recollect only Its lut7 "hoi. count?: thattKUH PacnptuLd tXo war o-tfAl . rltVud I oor "- Midi. of h army fvw we ZnTg4d iZpporting ht constitution andtoM Sar q r.i'M, rmgi or eubjugitio-; that AOM GEO. B. McCLELLAN. ,tulMOondran lkUovr national Coy JJjfiTSSl M.m that Ih Union, GEO. B. McCLELLAN. GEO. B. McCLELLAN. , TTP liold Uat Ml 6otrnmnt vat mod on flU STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS. STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS. J. J. Crittenden's Indorsement of S. S. Cox. .ran t.i nrvflTO MB. COX MY am ri.iia.ojiw. HABTI18T AND B8t WI8HB8 I0B BN 1 M LBOTIO TO 00NGRES3. 1 HiV BAB MT PBWUDI0S3 AOAINSP HIM, BUT DB OTBBOAMB THIM ENTIRELY BT HI8 COKPtui vvu IS TUB P.BNt CONaRBS. BI3 COOUBB.-IN HI OPISIOS. WAS JOBIOIOTJi. INTBLUOBNT AHD P.TRIOTIO. OPPOBiNO STEADILY THAT ABOLITION POLICY WHIG 1 BOUGHT TO COST BET IBIS HOLY WAR IOB THB D?KNSB 0? THE GOV IBM HINT AND THB UNION, INTO A MEM ANtML.VEttY PBTY WAR A POLIOY CALCU LAT1D TO PROLONG AND J SHUTTER THIS BLOODY W.B-WITIIOUT DOING ANY GOOD 10 THB WQtTB OR TO TUB BLACK HIS IuB TUB COUNTRY TODBCIDB WHETHEB BUOB A POLIOY SHALL PBEVA'L. It IB IOB BIS OPPO.ITION TO IT THAT I IBEL A BOLIOI- MB. 00X. J. CRITTENDEN. ELECTION ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14TH, 1862. Democratic State Ticket. Judgt of the Sufrme Court, RCFUS P. RANNEY, of Coyahoga. Secretary of State, W 1LU AM W. ARMSTRONG, of Seneca. ' , -v Attorney General, i.YMAN R.CRITCHFlELD.of Holmea Sckool Committioner, CHAS W H. CATHCART, of Montgomery, Member of the Board of Public Work, JAMES GAMBLE, of Coahocton. -' ' FOB CONGRESS, SAMUEL S. COX, 01 IRAN KLIN. Democratic County Ticket. " for Clerk ofCourti, THOMAS S. SHEPARD. Proercuting Attorney, MILTON H. MANN. - Commiticner, : JAMES W. BARBEE. Cotmlj Surveyor, URIAH LATHROP. . JnSnnary Director, FREDERICK BECK, Democratic Candidates for Congress. DtiTiicrC. L VALLNDIGHAM. J F McKlNNEY. . 34 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12tb 13tb 14th 15th 16th 17th 10th FRANK CLuBLOND- CHILTON A. WHITE. SAMUEL 8. COX. 'WILLIAM JOHNSTON. WARREN P NOBLE. EDWIN PHELPS. WELLS A. HUrCHINS. WILLIAM E. FINCK. JOHN O'NEILL. GEORGE BLISS. JAMES R. MORRIS. J. W. WHITE. GEORGE W. BELDEN. DANIEL B.WOODS- ii ' Ws obserre that few of onr Democratic esebaoRea f itt to print the name of onr candi a.. fn. Rehool Commlaeloner eorrectty. We tnut that do mtaUkee of that kind will be made In printing ticket in any or the counties oi we . " a.iV s to It that the names of all our can ; dldstea are printed as they appear In the 8ttmaj. We hare them an ngnt. Shellabarger Defends Rod. Mason. BnUAiAiotR, in Congress, on tbel9ih of Jane lut, made an elaborate dertnse oi add. Maion, the coward. : i ,' . Tt Cincinnati OeaeOe learn from an Eait era paper, that at tbe Gorernore' meeting at Altoona, Pa., Gorernor Tod, of Ohio, was the first member of the Convention to oTr a mo tion indoreing the emanolpation proclamation, while" GoTernor Pibrpont, of West Virginia, seeoadad it. ' . - Recent Federal Appointments. Appointments hare recently been made as lollowi: Biiuw Drapsb, of New York, to be Provoet Manhal-Generel under the order of the War Department of Sept. 26, for the appoint ment of FroToet ManbaU in ell the States; Mason' BAYAVof WinoU, to be Brigadier General of volanteers; D. D. Postbr. 0. 8. N., to be Commander of ail the naval forces on the MUslsslppl rlrer, with the rank of Rear Admiral, and with force under bia command, " la men, Teatele and guns, larger than has ever been before under the command of any U. 8. naval iiffioerj Jjua MowaoR, of Ohio, to be Conanl at Rio Jinelro. In place of Rioaaas C- PaReoNS, of CiereUnd, formerly Speaker of .the Ohio House or Representatives. Dismemberment of the Republic. Th. Akniittnn nroolauatlon of Sept. 22, de clares that on the flrat day of January nixt, all pertoni held aa elates within anj Btaie, or any designated part of a State, tbe people whereof shall then be tn reoemou giu.. . rTi. Rt.ire. .hull ho then ai d ihonoeforward and forever free " Here it ia ssiumed that all thepeople lo certain States are and may continue In ..h.tilnn. .n that thOiB SlateR AS BOCh Will have committed treason and lotfolted all their righta in tbe Union and under the Constitution. To the same eurnort la an tipresslon iu the ad drees to the President concooted at the recent oanclare ol the Governors at AUoona, P. toe Governors In that address eY they hail wltu heartfelt gratitude and encouraged hope the pro clamation, declaring the emsnoipanon m slaves In theV,rebel States," whose rebellion shall lust nutll the first of January. Tuis phrase "ttbA Stales." Is of Abolition and Disunion coloage. It expresses what can lot exist theoretically; lor no S:ate a .such can rebel, or commit treason or any other crime aguinst the United States. The proposition that there are or c.n be "ribol States" la aleo prso lioslly false; for there are, and will be, oa the first day of January next, thousands of lojal Union men in every State, without a solitary excepJoo. Toat noted Abolition sheet, the New York Tribune, in lie laaue of the lit lost., uses this langut'go: We believe tht there is at thi hour a loja' Union mnjjiliy even in tlie rebel Stales, it tbe iruib were but allowed free course there, and if freedom of opinion were not stilled by ter ror. The intelligent reader need not be leminded ot the grots iocoLBistency of applying the epl thtt "rebel" to Slates in which there is a loyal Union majority, or even a large proportion of Union men. To Intince the Government to treat certain slave States as "rebel States," has been a darling object with the Abolitionists since the beginning of the war. They foresaw that this was necessary to effect their Disuuion scheme. At first, it was njecied by many prominent offi cials and active leaders in tbe Republican or aell-ssyled Union party; but of late the phrase, and tbe idea which gave rise to it, hare become curreot in tho newspapers and speeches of Ab olition partisans, and e? en incorporated Into qudsl official documents like the AUoona ad dress. The Idea is that certain States, which are designated as "rebel," must be taken, at the word of some prominent rebels, and treated by tbe Federal Government and the other States, as having gone out of the Union, and as no longer poBScsaing a constitutional or legal x Istenco. Their Constitutions and Governments ere to be eet aside, for a time at least, which implies and carries with it the power to annul them forever. On this ground it is, that the Abolition proclamation ia attempted to be jus tified. That proclamation is regarded by the Abolition Disunionlsts as the first and necesaa ry step in their scheme ot State annihilation. If the Federal Government, or the Commander-in-Chief of our Army and Nary, pos sesses the power to set aside, as a " war meas-, ure," or upon any pretext whatever, the Gov ernment and Constitution of a State, aad divest tbe people thereof of their property and rights under their 8tate laws, for a day or an hour, he mi. An it for all time. If he may do it in the case of one State, be may do it in the case ol any other In the case of Ohio as well as tn that of Florida. Such a principle is tbe vital element of Die unionism. Its application is sought by those only who contemplate the dismemberment tbe mutilation and the destruction ol tbe federal Uoion. Tbey talk of restoring the Republic; but ask them if they mean the Union under the Constitution as 1j is, and the reply Is ''No, but the Union as it ought to be." It may be neces sary, ihey argue, to amputate to cut off some members of the "Old Uoion," to save the rest. Waa it for a disfigured mutilated a dilapidated Union that tbe loyal people of this couotry have poured out their treasure and their life blood like water 1 Was it not for this and this only to maintain and preserve tbe Union of these thirty-four States, whole and un divided? If this was and still ia their purpose, let the people of Ohio, by their votes on the second Tuesday of thi month, set the seal ol their disapprobation and condemnation npon all attempts, whether of Abolitionists or Seces sionists, to dismember or mutilate the glorious inheritance our fathers left ns Shellabarger Votes Against Censuring Corruption and Fraud. The following resolution waa cflered in Con gress, and was voted down in the House yeas 45, najs 72: Reiolved, That the Secretary of the Navy, in the employment of George D Morgan, without ..nnf.lnff from him n euarantee for thefalth- lf....a. -. w J B li nA.fn.mjnM nf hia riiitiAa in tha nnrchaae Of iui reituiiH.uv. I a large number of vessels for the publio use, . . l I l A j compensation aepenueni oa tue prices pm vr such vessels, and receivable from the seller, in stead of employing responsible officers of the Government, has adopted a policy unauthorized k liaatri.flti ,a nf nnhlio eoonomv and nub- lio confidence, and deserve the ceoBure of this House. Cox voted for the resolution, and Shillasar- OIR agalnit it. Base Falsehoods. We find tbe following wicked lies in the Springfield fiepuolu of Ootober 1st: Keep it before tbe people tbat Jen. uavia mmmII ta ail a tha Aiavrtinn of 8am Col. WVUIU iviwiw a ' Keep it before lbs peeple that a vote for Sam Cox is a vote against supplies for tbe Union Army. Let every loyal man remember tbat tbe elec tion of Sam Cox would send a chill to every soldier wbo bss gone to war from Clarke county. Wo desire to ask the people of tbe Capital District, to whose interests Mr. Cox baa devoted himself in tho most faithful and untiring man ner, whether they will submit to bar bim thus oilumnlated by the home organ of Sbilusar oxb, without administering a deserved rebuke at tbO ballot OOX DOIU hi tun cuivur buu hi. n.atr. The sense of right and Justice recognised and appreciated by all our citiiecs, exoept the unscrupulous Abolition parnsns, .in nrnmnt a resosDS to this inquiry, on th 2d Tuesday of this month, that shall cover with shame and infamy tbe slanderer ana noei ers of tho faithful and rffloieot Representative of tho people, Mr. Ccx. It has been suggested to us by a Republican or tot city, was me man wbo was kicked out of the Stat Library by bia own party I a fit Instrument to do up thai part of the dirtv work of the Abolltlon-Maloe-Law candidate for Congress in this district, which ha nan not himself attend to. Tbe reckless disregard of truth that characterises thi organ of bis at Springfield, Is making vote for our candidate every oay, ana especially I this the oeae In CUrk oounty. It ia well known tbat Mr. Cox was invited by Got. Ton to make war speeches a soon as be had reached horns from wasningtoo, and that ho labored day and night to flJI tb regi ments la this) military district, nntil Ih work was completed. He not only labored to this ""I I 3,' ..j n hk .tumn. but he gave liberally of eyuia up waa v i - his means to encourage enlistment and to pro vide for the families of those In the servioe oi their country. In Congress, he voted to give the President all the menpnd all the money he asked for, to put down the rebellion and restore the Union as it was. Yet in view of all this, and of much more of ..m mnrt tha wicked laisiner i the Springfield Republic deliberately prints the calumnies we have quoted aoovo u - under the direction of bis master, wu . ... ing similar attacks upon Mr. Ux tnrouguuu. tbe District. These things will be remember ed at tbe ballot-box. Can't See 'em. n a nrfw nf Maaaachusette, who is SO SOX- ton. to have McCIellan's place spotted with John Charles Frecmont, wroto tbe Secretary of War several month lnce that It me -m8' word" of an emancipation proclamation were uttered: , , Tbe roads would swarm with molUindi that New England would pour cut to obejtne call. rs fireelev of the 7Vi6une also promiseu In case of a declaration for emancipation: There are three times three hundred thousand born and naturalised Yankees who will all join in and mch on, knowing every blessed moth er's son of them, that wna is Roiug ..." now la to s:ve the couotry, aud not to save its enemies! Well, tbe "magic word" has been spofcen n, mhn are. the roads swarming with New Eogla id Aboliiionlata, or observes Greeley's three times three hundred thousand Yankees marching out MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. A ttlVPATCH from SDrinefield, Missouri, gives data, showing the rendmous aud numbers of amvt rehcl forces. amounting in theaggregaie to forty thousand; of whom, it Is said, twenty- th. ihmmand are either within tbo DOUUaary of Missouri, or on Its southern lines, and the remainiog seventeen thousand in Arkansas. Tmn .tAAmnra are reoorted to have recently run the blockade at Charleston one ihe British steamer Loyola, loadecTwith cotton, which ar rived safely at Liverpool, Sept. 20; the other a rebel brig elde-wheel eieimer, supposed to be the Hero, which escaped on the nignt oi me 19.h nit A ikmablb New Orleans gentleman hns in formed the Providence Journal that it is tbo intention of the Confederates to emancipate no1 arm. if not the whole, at loast four hnndreo thousand of thebheks, and use them against th United States. Similar stones from equally reliable gentlemen hove been floating abont for six months or a year past. Bmj.MiN F. Hallitt, a prominont Masai chusetts man, died in Boston on the 30th ult. A LcmsviLLB dispatch reports General Moa Oan, with his Cumberland Ga? army, as bav Ing arrived on the Ohio river opposite rorta mouth. Gkniial RobicaN8 is reported in command at Corinth, and General Grant', headquarters at Jackson, Tenn It was reoorted at Gallinolis on tbe 2J Inst that the rebels were in possession of Ceredo, Va., fifty-two miles below Point fleassnt, ana four miles above Catletteburg. Majos-Ginmal Sumnir is over seventy years of aire. He is eo near sighted that he can not see distinctly a distance of a hundred yards. Ginii.l Wright baa oonsonted tbat Gov ernor Moton, of Indiana, should furlough for a short time the paroled men recently captured at Munfordsville, Ky. Gxniral Gilmorb baa assumed the command of the troops In the vicinity of Point Pleasant, Virginia. Thi army of Kentucky, at Louisville, was on the 30th nit divided into four corps name ly Generals Thomas, MoCoox, Crittindin and GlLBIRT. Govisnor Morton ha eone to Washington for Ihe purpose of effecting the exobange of In diana troops captured and paroled at Richmond and Muufordavllle, Kentucky. He will also ask to have the order preventing the transfer of officers from old regiments to command new ones revoked. Thi entire number of rebel sick and wounded In Richmond. V.. as reoorted by rebel papers, is nearly one hundred thousand, or abont one fifth of their entire available force Democratic Nominations in the First and Second Congressional Districts. Democratic Conventions for the Domination of candidates for Congress were held in the First and Second Districts Hamilton county on Friday, Ootober 3. In the First District, Hon. Giorgi H. Pin- DLtTaN was nominated for re-election by accla mation. Mr. Pindlbton was introduced to tbe Convention, and In a brief address, accepting the nomination, said: Th. hlohaiat reward a nnhllc officer can re- uv " 1 Pi - r ceive, after the approval of bis own conscience, I. hia rattirn hi an intrjllicent consti tuerjcv. In this hour of our country's greatest calamity, men are uotuiug, par.M;. bib uumiugi jum.ui organizations nothing, only so far as tbey serve to restore vigor to tbe Constitution and peace to the oountry. They bad selected him a the representative nt tha ITninn tnvinir aentiment of tha Damn- oratlo party (cheers) as tbe representative Ot tnose principles woicn nau given toe country seventy yeara of cnexampled prosperity of those broad principles adopted by our fore father as tbe basis of a free Government. In the Second District, three candidates were nrODoeed AliXandir Lono, Auxandir Fir- oojpn and Milton Satlir. Mr. SaTlis, how ever, respectfully declined, saylng'he bad no olaims for a nomination, and that the nominee of the ConvemioD should receive his earnest support. He made soma telling remark In favor of the preservation of the Union and the maintenance of tho Constitution, which were received with enthusiastic cheers by ths Con vention. Oo the first ballot, Mr. Long received seventy-nine, and Mr. Firodson fifty-nine votes. Mr Lose was declared tbe nominee by a una I. mona vote. 'Mr. Lono waa called for and returned thank to the Convention. His nomination two years ago was made at a time when it bad been de that tha nower was lo desert from the Demooratlo party. It was now about to return. and he was thankful for this testimonial of their esteem. II aa 1 1 Thi Legislator of lsconslo, during It lata session, passed a law permitting Ibe sol diers from that State to vote. A similar law was enacted by ths Legialature of Minnesota a short time aeo. Most of tbe State have made this prevision for tbe gallant men tbey have sent Into tbe servioe of their oountry. But lo Ohio, tho Republican Legislature refused to pass a law allowing the brare soldiers to vote. Let this be remembered by tbelr Mends at borne, when they go to tbo ballot-box on tbt 14th of this month. [For the Press.] THE STATE OF OHIO. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. COLUMBUS, October 3. 1862. To all tchom it may concern: In answer to many letters of inquiry i stave: F;,t. That drafted men. or substitutes there for, may Join old of new regiment for thre years' service: Baoond. State add county omoers, inoinumg all deputy county offloeri, ministers of tbe Gos pel In oharge of regular congregations, ana an persons In the employment of the United States, .h ma ha drafted, will be discharged from Bervloe by the Drafting Commissioner of the oounty in wbloh they reside. Third, Members of religious uenominaiiou., conscientiously opposed to military duty, wbo ... h. nVaftfld. will badischarsedfrom service by tbe Commissioner, upon payment to him of tho sum of two hundred dollars each. AH sums thus paid will be forwarded to Quartermaster-General Wright, fo be disbursed by blm In hiring substitutes, and in providing sanitary stores for our slok and wounded soldiers. Tbe exemptions herein stipulated will not be made until after tbe baa been completed. DAVID TOD, Governor. [For the Press.] THE STATE OF OHIO. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. COLUMBUS, October 3. 1862. To thi uveral Recruiting OIReeri of the State: By telegram from the War Department, just received, I am autborlaod to say, mat aovance pay and bounty will continue to be paid to ro crulta for old regiments; for new rcgimeuts au thorized to be raised before tho fourteenth ol September; for the threo new Cavalry Regi meets: and for the tou companies of Sharp ahantera authorized. Drafted men are author DAVID TOD. Governor. STATE NEWS. Tai 107 tb Ohio passed through Cincinnati on tbe evening of tbo 2i Inst, on Us way to tbe field of active service. Thi Lorain New$ says Captain SHuaTurr of tho 7th Ohio, has received notice that his exchange has been effected, and Is at Columbus awaitiog orders to take Ibe field. Major P- Distor is promoted to Lieutenant- Colonel of the 58th Ohio. Thi following military appointments have I lot been made: Capt Marcus M. Spcigle, late of the 67th, Lieut -Col. of tbe 120ib; Capt. Wm. H. flarlin, of the 30th, Lieut. -Col. of tbe 126th; William B. Estep, of Laydaville, Surgeon of tbe 126tb; Charles C.Smith, of Palnesville, Colonel, and Lyman C.Thayer, of Cleveland, Lieut.-Col. of tbe iu;n new cavalry. A LiTTiR from Galllpolis, published ia the Cincipnati Oaxttte, says: Tbe free blacks and the slaves In Western Vireinla have nearly all come to Ohio. This town has been filled with some five hundred of them at a time, while some of them left for tbe army at Pomeroy, and others have worked their way oot Into tbe otite irom this point. Colonil H. Coliman, of the 11th Ohio, having been killed in battle, the regiment bas elected Captain P. P. Lane to the vacant posi tion, with Captain A. Hiooins as Lieutenant Colonel. The former Is a citizen of Cincinnati, and the latter belongs to Clinton county. Hon. Wm. S. Groisbick, of Cincinnati, bas given one thousand dollars to the Hamilton County Military Fund. Thibb are now three military camps near thi city Camp Chase, about four miles west on the National road, and Camps Thomas and Lew. Wallaee, abont the aame distance north on the Worthiogton and Delaware road. Camp Lew. Wallace is tbe one assigned to paroled prisoners. DRAFTING ITEMS. Thi draft was continued in Hamilton county on the 2d Inst. Tbe quota of only one town ship (Delhi) was filled out by drafting. Out of three hundred and fonr citizens liable to mil itary duty, twenty four were drawn. Thi draft in the delinquent townships In Cuyahoga oounty was completed on the 2J lost, Two or three wards in Cleveland were next in order. In Cuyahoga, such freak aa tbe drafting of two brothers from almost every township oc curred, and a frequent drafting of assessors. One man who had already two sons iu the army, lost his third by the draft. It is said that a Burgeon In Wayne county whom Governor Too requested to go to Mary land, and assist In taking care of the wounded, but refused to do bo, was drafted. He then signified bis villlngnees to comply with the Governors request, but va notified tbat he could serve his country in the ranks, In Dayton, four oot of one family were drafted. Thi Governor bas issued Instructions to the Dralt Commissioners, by whloh drafted men are allowed to enlist with any regular recruit iog officer, for three yeara or the war. . Two hondsid dollais is tbe sum fixed upon to be paid by eaoh drafted man having con scientious scruples, which sum will be nsod in purchasing substituted. Thi draft bas been postponed in Massachd- soUs and Maryland to the 15th Inst., Breckinridge Papers and the Proclamation. lamation. "Tbe Breckinridge papers in the free States." says tbe Philadelphia Pre$$, "are almost with out exception against tbe proclamation." How is It with the Douglas papers? Tbey outnum ber the Breckinridge papers in tbe ratio of a hundred to one, ard bow many of thtm are for tbe proclamation! We do not know of one VMetgt Time. Tbe chief Bbioeinridoi organ in Ohio went over to Abolitionism soon after the Presidential election, and Is now as intense a negro-worshiper as the Philadelphia Prtu or the Ashtabula Sentinel. It, of course, indorses tha Emanci pation proclamation, and echoes tb New York YWoune in denouncing the papers and tbe peo ple as being disloyal, tbat oppose the procla mation and the fanaticism of tog hour. Thi failure of the blind and ohildish outcry for the removal of General Buell is a publio triumph, a th suooesa of tbat outcry would have been a publio calamity. We rejoice In the one as we would have grieved In tbe other. Surely the Government bas had experience enough already in yielding to popular olamor respecting the military ohiefs or the nation. And so have tbe people. The case of General McClellan is itself enough for one oampaigo, if not for one war. Tbe lesson it teaches cer tainly does not need to be taught over again so (ooo. We can send all tbe dull pupil who are not fools to a much cheaper school than experience. Louisville Journal Thi hlffhwavs do not "swarm" a per an nouncement of Gov. Andrew., Even Abolition Worcester ean't fill It Quota. Greeley' 900,- 000 do not report themselves, and recent West ern paper oontain no record or id saltatory feat of any flaming giant. Where aro tbe "swarme"? Let them nurry up and claim the extra musketB provided since b proclamation. Botton Port. Look Out for It! a i.tn namnhlak ha bean leaned from tha p.-.,a;, m antltlod tha "Imrendlnc Crista." A.kf ""UV VM.VV, r o ( -. and 1 about i truthful as tbe Helper book of that title. We shewed In our paper laal week h.t th. P.iunfa editor - o-arbled Mr. Cox'a speeches, and we published some of the parts omuiea oy tnai paper, a om uaiuu u. uu u. been Issued In pamphlet lorm, and will be scat tered over the District as thick as tbe frogs and lice of Egypt I "It would be difficult (to quote tne vommerctai) to aeaonoe toe muauuow m which tbe shameless scoundrel is guilty, who aruiM -nnmmlt annh an nffanRa SffalnSt truth and decency," as to publish a garbled report of a speeon, ana inue attempt to ueueive mo yew- pie.' wrxi vaumy uemocrau Vn.lr rSiMMjrjliiI .tn ilia IntArtnpanna nf Hnn- At.K VW.II...VI .... U.J ..... -. ...u vl.h th itianlnlln. aS tha TTnlnn D,IHI. grVOO WMJ .UW gi.wjmuw v. -" " w ..... -'"Jl by denonnclng in. debate those officers who pro-. teoiei private property, oa. givcu n.e u a wholesale plundering, almost equal to the illnn.lnntt tha Rpliiah Ipnnni In Lhn Eaflt In- IVUIIUK V .MW .. dies. Wearing apparel, family papers, and even JoiDies, are laaen wituout uemtatiuu, buu displayed a the spoils of war. The loyal Marylanders, whose personal property was re speoted by tbe rebels, bavo suffered severely by , . . . ... I ! I . M ... toe inioving propensities ui uuiuu truu., peclally tbe Pennsylvania militiamen. Mr. Fornit, Secretary of the Senate, ought to be ashamed of himself for lotting out bis official Beorels In this fashion: "I am not aurprised to bear tbat be Mr. Lincoln bas fully resolved tbat those whonold position under bis administration, of whatever order, shall give it the benefit of a determined and thorough support. Ho bss a right to do mand this at tbelr bauds, and I am glad to add that, up to this writing, very few indications ol hostility have been discovered on the part of any of tbe men who profena to desiio tbe speedy overthrow ot tbo rebellion. "Occasional." "Verv few indications of hostility," Mr. For ne'y should have added, will be "discovered on tbe part of any ol the men wno proiess tou sire" to "bold position under the administration "JV. Y. World. Tbi abrupt dismissal of Commodore Preble without trial by judge or jury, bas created something of a sensation among all the officers of tbe army and navy and it is said tbat there la a disposition to test legally the question, whether tbe Secretary of War, or the Secretary of the Navy, or indeed tbe President himself, bas tbo power to dismiss officers from the ser vice witbont resorting to a court-martial. Tbe court-martial la called tbe soldier' habtao cor put, and it is argued that It suspension in re cent caeca Is npralleled and unlawful. Republican Nominations in Hamilton County. Tbe Republican District and County Convex t:ons were bold in Cincinnati, on Thursday, and made the following nominations: For Congrces First District, Colonel John uroesbeck; second District, J. A. Uurloy ; bher Iff, James Watson; County Auditor, J. B Hum pbrev; Commissioner, John Cooper; Coroner, Lr. r. L. bmmert; Director ot (Jounty Innrm- ary, J. L liikemao. Local Matters. ST Judge Hitchcock ia reported again at Cimp Chaoo, attending to his duties as Exam iner into the cases of politioU prisoners. He has recovered from his recent indisposition. ' O" Tbomaa Hayden, for assaulting Mr. Clif ford, has been bound over to the Court of Com mon Pleas, lu Ibe sum of two hundred dollars. O" The 107th Ohio (German) nasscd throoeh hero yesterday on tbelr way to Washington, to join General Sigel's command. IL7 A company of recruits for the 1st Ohio Battery loft tbe city last night for Harper's Ferry. 0The Columbus Machino Company was awarded a premium of fifty dollars at tho late State Fair at Cleveland, for the best Portable Steam Engine. STEIi F. Jennings, of this city, has been ar poiuted Sutler to the 113th Ohio. Comioals and Pictorials. Frank Leslie's and other pictorial newspapers, together with each comical serials, with tbelr grotesque and funny drawings, aa Vanity Fair, Yankee No tions and Budget of Fun, cau be found always on band at Kennedy's, adjoining tbe Postcffioe. i UTTne Budget of Fun for November Is suffi ciently funny to satisfy any reasonable lover of tbe odd and quizzical. It can be had, as well as other comicalities, of Thompson In tbe ball of tbe Postcffioe. Thi Niw Naval and Military Map I have just examined with an unusual degree of inter est tbe new and beautiful map by tbo above title, published by J. Calvin Smith, author of Coltoa'a large World Atlas, and Uke pleasure in saying I deem it the most perfect work ever offered to the publio. Thoroughly scientific in conception and beautiful in finish, It will prove a valuable acquisition to all who would avail themselves of a work at once instructive and ornamental. To those who have families growing np about them, this map ia invaluable, placing before them as It does a comprehensive view ol our wbolo country. A. D. LORD, Superintendent of Institution for the Blind. Thi Athinium. Much credit ia due to Mr. E. D. Ralton, tbe Manager, for tbo dramatic attractions now presented at tho Atheceum, and to Mr. F. Hemmersbacb, tbe Leader of tho Orchestra, (or the exoellent music that oharme the sudiences there. Last night there was a good bouse to witness the "Taming of the Shrew," which was well performed by Mr. Ralton aa Potruoblo and Mrs. C, T. Smith aa Catharine. - Tbe subor dinate characters were also handsomely ren dered. Tbe Cork Leg" amused and delighted the audience. Mies Marian Smith as Susan "brought down tbe house," and few were able to resist giving way lo explosive mirth at the comicalities of Mr. Melville as Sam. ' To-nlfcht a most attractive bill will be pre sented ''The Morning Call," "The Loan o'f a Lover," and "In and Out of Place." These will give soope and variety to tbe performance, and oertalnly this (Saturday) evening the Atheneum will be crowded. Go early and se cure good seats. BT Services in St. Paul's Church, oorner of Third and Mound Streets, Sunday, 5th Inst., at 11 o'olock A. M. RiLiaioui BiRvicia at Camp Chabi. The Rev. S. T. Griswold will preach in tbe Camp to-morrow afternoon, weatbor permitting. Servioes will commenoe at three o'olock, and continue at tbat hour till further notice. Lost- On Wednesday, Oct. 1st, a black Brooch, inlaid with gold. Tbe finder will be suitably rewarded by returning It to this office, oot4-3t -Auction .I will sell at the oorner of High and State streets, on Saturday morning, at 10 o'olock, 1 Family Carriage, 1 Top Buggy,. 5 V. R. GLAZIER. Auctioneer. Hcdsoh' Unrivalid Tooth PASTi.--Tne best Dentijrlc now In use. Ceens , uhitcne and at ths same time preterm the Teeth; Heal dueated Oum and Purifie the Bread; Possess es neither Alkaliei, Acid or any iryttrtou sub stance. Well Jinouinand reliable persons reeom mend It hiohlt. Its effects are always pleasant. Try It. Sold at 8tuder's Periodical Stand, and at Samuel's, Marplo's, Sobuollcr's, Fiek & Rldg way's, and Wilson's Drug Stores, and by 'good Druggists everywhere. July 11, lHua-dly. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. COLUMBUS ATHENEUM. D. B. BALTON Manager I. HEMMKBBBAOn Muilcal Director. Saturday Evening, Ootober 4. OVERTURE.. -...OROnESTIU Will be pretested Tlxo tomiias Oa.11 Dance. . MAHIAN M. SMITIt. To be foil owed by ihe Iionu of ex Lovor. To eonclnde with IN AND OUT OF PLACE. Sheriffs Sale. P. W. Huntington 8nperl)r 0oBrt cf Franklin Oo., David Donley et al umo' IV VlltTllli OF A Wit IT OF VE5IDI I to me directed from the Superior Court of Frank lln county, Ohio, I will ouer for aale on trie rarm WDere Da vid vonly now reiiuei, in uiinion iownoiui m aaiu coun ty, on Saturday, tbe 4th day of October, A. D., 18G3, at two o'clock, P. M the following deacrlbod property, to wit: Two black mare colta tnree yeara om, one Drown Italllon four years old, one aorrei none lour yeara om and one brown mare. 0. W. HUFFMAN, SUerlff. Printer! feea 7.00. aepiS3,irJ6il-dtd Harness Makers Wanted. ttti7 hiht mnannn it AltRESM an VY 8ADDLM MAKEB8,to work oa Government work (Oavalry and Infantry.) Bteady employment for abont three monllii. MOORHS CO., 00tS-d3t 89 Main etreet, CintfuDati. LOST. a amn An at M BTa at! V ? faf IIV tlS m nuiEi VI MB fmiwavrfl vw aw aw - T q rp f XX UOrrey na iwnry u urn en, imjaoiw w r uiiti n. a . . T Ort 1m d Jn Anvil lat 1Mt TOP 1UU. aaieu lauuiirjr v, irvi, buu uiao nail is saw nonce u oercpy given tun tuv pamcui -beeo itopprd. Tbe finder will confer a favor on tne . . 14 .a ll. . . . l.a T n if :t Ja A owner oy leanng it m. mc nurc i "bsv w Weit Broad street lept. 30-tf. LADIES EMBROIDERED KID Gloves. rv ntjperior quality at si oo W per pair, luitopeneuu, BAIN tt SON, No. 23 to 59 fonth Dish ttroel ang21. Ilonry EGLcolalox, (Lata of Chalon'a Establishment, N. V .,) tJHOPRIKTOU OF THE NEW 1'OliH J. Fashionable shaving, uair (jutting, eniunpooniDg Onrling and Dreiaing Saloon, In the Basement of the Nell House, under the JPoutoftioe, here satiifacUon will be given In al) the vsrlout branchee. . . . . Ladiee' and Ohlldren'a Hair Droning done In the heat tyle. Warm and Cold Baths can be had at all Hoars lylldly Fancy and Flannel Shirts, T70R OFFICERS USE. ALSO PRBNCII JL riannen ror eniria. in great variety. RAIN ti BON, No. 43 to 59 B-uib, nigh itrcrt ang.SI. W. R. KENT AUCTIONEER. ! Auction, mtxl&m ADD COMMISSION ROOMS No; 102 South High Street. IABI NOW PREPAIIEO TO lleci lve on Commission every description of property, sucb as Dry Qooda, Urooertea, Llquora, furniture, uairiages, TT fir.H. etc. I also Intend to devote my attention to tu.ea of Real Bslate and Peisonal Property, at any p:.int, within twen ty miles of the City. TQ Auction Balea every evening. Comlinmenta resneotfullv solicited. I have a large room over my sales-room , for rtorage purposes RKFKUENCKSl Helton, Banoroft fc Co., J. St T. K. Miller, D. T. Woodbury tt Co,, Mtone St Lewis, Butler, Brother fc Co., John Geary & Son W. U. Restleaux, Glenn f Thrall i maylO-ly ("Will be Ready in Ten Days.) United States Infantry Tactics ATTTHRIZKD EDITION. ADOPTED AND RECOMMENDED BY THE WAR DEPRTrVSENT, Major-Generals McClellan, Ilalleck, Buel, Pope, Casey, McCook, and others,- WITH tlUI.STIOIVS Adapted to Scott's Ca.ey's &: Hardee's a lavtai;. j By Lt.-Col. H. B. WILSON, 44th OniO INIANTBT. 1-nis work is tub authorized . Infantry Taettos for the United i"tata Army em bracing th system of Instruction in th. form of ques tions and answers in u. acnooi, tne uompsny ana Bat talion Drill, so hlhlr commended by tb. Inspector-Gen eral of the U. B. Army, and to which our beat legiments ar Indebted for their thorough knowledge of every movement In tb. drill snd battle-field, ty wmui ins Uvea of thousands of onr men bav. been savea .( . y , BT THB AUtnOBITY OI THB BTATB 01 OHIO. RanlKtA. hv th Oaneral Assembly of the Btate of Obio, 1 bat tbe United Btate inianwy laonce, iir iu. instruction, ez.rols. and manoouvrea of th. United Btatea Infintry, Inoludlog Infantry ot th. Line. Llaht Infantry and Blflemen, prepared und.r h. direction of tb. War Department, and authorised and adopted by the Secretary of War, mar i, loot, wuuineajni . hum .....n.M tn tha text, bv Ltut.-uolonel II. B Wilson, b and th lame Is hereby authorised and adopt Ohio. April 10lb, lbOS. " ed ror tn. instruction oi uw uui... v. u ui ... - Speaker of Ihe Ilouie. . - JAMK8 MONROS, ' : ' ., Pres't pro tem Senate. JOS. a. B11.BI b uu., publishers. septll- Columbui. Evening Dress Gooda: PINK, BLUB, HAIZB, MAOBNTA, VIOLET AND Whit plain Silka, - c . -- - -J . Tarlatans In Whin and Colors, . . Gold Embossed Tarlatans, ' ' 1 - ' - I Whit. Paris Muslin, and Organdiesh 1 I Whit Bilk Thnlle and Blond Laoes, r . Point Laos in all width. . Laos and Embroidered Bandk'fa, ..r BAW fc g0Ni ( , - , B:o t South High St. janl tU TRICOT BEAVER CLOAKIIIOS, atw (trie. . i bmbi m run. SPECIAL NOTICES Soldier to tbe Hesciicl Voting men, milling Into the expoinrei sod dangera of a Soldier's life, ihould prepare tbemseWea for tbe fatal levera, the Dyientcry, tbi.Sorea and Scurry, whloh ais alnoil eertatn to follow. nOLLOWAY'S P1LLB, uied occa- ionally durlDS the campaign, will Iciure aonnd health to every Bum. Onlv.25 cenla per Box. 814 opjj-aawiw ... mm manhood. HOW T.OST. flOW BE8TORCD Just Pahliuhed In a Sealed Envelop! Frloe S cU.i A l.ROTURB ON TUB NATURH, TREATMENT AND RADICAL CURB OP Bl'KKM AIOKRUKA Or Seminal woakness, Involuntary Kinissiom, bexuai ueniuty, ana Imnpdir.nT.ti to Mnrrlace neneralllv. Nervousness. Con- sumption, Epilepsy and Kits, Mental and Physical In capnclty. resulting from Belf-ahuie, fco. By Robert J. Culverwell, M. D., author of the ttreea Book, lie. A llnon to Tuouwarrda ot Sufferer., Sent under seal, In a plain envelope, to any addres. iKist )7.ld. on receipt of six cents, or two pottage itao.ps, by Dr. CUAS. J. 0 KLIN. VJ7 Bowery, New vora. iroal umco aox s"- aug7-3indfcwia To tho. Nervous of liotb ioxci. Are- tired Olergyman having been restored to health In a tew days, alter many yea s or great suuenng, is wining to assitt others by sending (free), on the receipt of a post paid directed envelope, a copy of Ihe prescription used, lllrect IheHKV.JOUN M. DAUNALL, 1H0 Pulton street, urooHtyn, n . , JuucU-daw4m Kebel Nolo, nnd Poatnsre Stuiupa at linn a-rict). Thirty five different Kroat, Nona add PoaTAdi Stamps sent post paid on th. receipt of fifty osnti. Trade supplied at 50 cents per hundred, or 94 per thousand. An Individual in New York, lacking the bralna to originate an idea or the liberality to pay for a respecta ble drawing or engraving, having recently gotten up "shocking bad" copies' of several of my rac-aiMiu REPEL NOTES snd BIIINPLA8TBI S, which he It en deavoring to fo'st upon the public, I have reduced ths price of my rac-smui Nolo, Bhikpl uteri and PoT- aoi Stamp to 50 cenla per 100, or $4 per 1000, and shall be bappy to receive and fill orders In large or small quantities at the above ratos, N. B. -BEWARE Of BASE IMITATIONS! Bach and every vac a mils Issued by me bears my Imprint. B. C. UPHAM, No. 403 Chestnut Streot, aepS0-3tecd Philadelphia. Batchelor's Hair Dye! 'S HE HI ST IN THE WOHI.O. WILLIAM A. BATCH ELOR'8 colebratcd Hair Dye produces a ooior not to be distinguished from nature warranted not to Injure the Hair In tb. least; remedies tbe 111 ruects of bad dyes, and iovlgoratea the Hair for life. OrtEY, RED, or EUrJTk" HAIB Instantly turns a apkr,did Black or Brown, loavlDg ih Hair soft and bc.mtirul. Sold byatl Drcgglsts, eto. JCT The genuine is signed WILLIAM A. BATOHB LOR, r theour etdet of inch bom. r'Hi-torr No. Hi Ilarclap Street, (Lite 2S3 llroailway ard 10 Bond Street,) r,ui?!Mwly ' NEW YORK. TO MARRIED MEN, Or I'Iioho Cnntomitiatlns; inarrlaRo. THE unJ'-isispied will give information on a vtrjin. iretting and important subject, which will be valu ed n-.ore than a thonsnnd lines its oost by every married soute of any age or oondliion In life. The Information III be sent by mail to any addreis on tha receipt of S3 aer.ts (iJwr) and ono red litmp. All let'em MinuM bo aJJiNisssd to a P.. M0RHI8, M D. ui.H-lv iiawdfcw Boston, Mau Hciuoved f rom bis old Office. Dr. A. B. WILLIAMS, W. Broadway, near High tt., CuluDibus, 0., has devoted himself for a seriea of years in the treatment of certain private diseases. He may fc consulted at his office on Broadway, near th. Exchange Hank. JanlUdtf PROCLAMATION. rpilE QUALIFIED VOTERS OF -- Franklin county are hereby oot fled to meet at their ubuaI places of holding elcotions in their respective townships aod wards, on the Second Tueiday of October, A. D. 1862, being the I4lh diy of the month, and rote for th. fol lowing officers, to wii: (One 8upreme Judgeaone Secre tary of Btate, for the term of two years, on Attorney General, one School Commlailoner, on member of th Board of Public Works, one member of Congress for the District composed of the conntiea of franklin, Mtdison, Greene and Clarke, on Clerk ot tha Courts, one Prosecutiog Attorney, one Commissioner, one Coun ty Surveyor, and one Infirmary Dlreotor.) Th Trus tees of the several township are required lo return to the Clerk of Ihe Court the names of the following number of Jurors: For Common Phai and Superior Court. Towrshlp. Montgomery , Hamilton. ... No Tow. ship. No. Plain Mifflin i Norwich S Franklin 8 Blemon... 8 Brown 3 Washington.. 0 Jefferson 5 150 .. 52 .. 7 .. 7 .. 13 .. 6 . 6 .. S .. 4 Truro Madison lacksnn Bharon , Perry Prairie Clinton 5 5 Pleasant Given under mi hand seal Ihli Sfid dav of September, A. D I8U2. UKURUH W. HUorM An, Shnrlft- Af Vmnlrltn fin. n. Bcpt. S3, leCS-dtcwtd Master Commissioner's Sale. .William B. Hubbard iBBpstior Cour, f ,,. Robert Rlor'danot at. , nty. Ohio. IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OS the said Court to me directed, I will offer fbr sal at public auction, at the door of the Court Honse la the city of Columbus, on " Saturday, tbo 8th day of November, A. D .1862, At one o'clock, P. M., tha following described real es tate, situate In Franklin oounty, Ohio, to wit: A part of Park's survey No 3,315. In th Virginia Dl trict beginnngatapolnt In Ihe National Road and a rnd laid out along the east line of a oertain tract of 3W acres, or thereabout, belonging to Joseph M. Bulll vai.t; thence N t4 deg. E. 111)00 1U0 pole, along the center of the said Naitonal Itoad; thence N. i deg. W. 184 33-100 to a stake; thence B. 77 deg. 30 mln. W. 6i 40-100 poles to a stake, being tb northwest oorner of uomh a. neira land; tnenoe o. ll deg. aumin.weat 1K5 poles to tbe place of beginning, containing 100 acres; It being a tract of luo acres off the west end of a tract of S9i)) acres owned by said Rcbert B. Nell. Appraised at 70 00 per acre. a. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff, and Master Commissioner. H. 0. Nodui, Att'y. Printer's fees B8.I.0 oetS-dltfcwld . W. H. JENKINS, MANUFACTURES AND DEALER IN ALL KIND! CF EARTHEN & STONE-WARE, Flower Pot?, Stove Crocks, etc, 178. South Front Street, ' . , Between Bichand Town Street, Oolimtouis, Olalo. sepn-Gdzn 3STEII. HOUSE, Opened Sept. 16th, 1863. IMMBD1ATELT Opposite Capitol Building, High Street, Columbus Ohio. Xm Now Ready for the Keoeptton of tuestfl. WAL8THf PAlXIiro, PaonirroB. JO..O0I.BEBTgON,AisUUnt. .. ,j tept. I8-tf. . " Superior linen Shirt Bosoms, WRISTBANDS, ' COLLARS, . HALF Ho, and Under Garment, for Pal I wear. BAIN 4k BOJf. auf.2l. Wo.S3toSvSouthHlghrt.