Newspaper Page Text
vol ix. no. m: new series; ' COLUMBUS. OHIO, SUNDAY MORNING NOV. 2. 1862. IX DOLLARS PES TIAR .amiably ia Advanci Slj 9)io Statesman daily, to-wzkly aid weekly MANYPENNY & MILLER, fDBtliaiBI ASP PBOPHHTQBI, T Office Woe. SO, 83 and 40, Kortb. High It TBBMS IirVlRTABLY IN ADVAKOB. B V a ! . a j uw vutiii, per INI, jajt SellTJ trt-Waskiy 01 0 Mr yea. weakly, I 00 " erota ol Advertising by tjh Square. ncnarlytr...$?i) 00 On " t monUit 1H 00 On ( month IS 00 Ids S month 10 00 Od 11 a months 8 00 On " 1 month. 8 00 One square 3 weeks.. 14 00 On 8 week!.. 3 00 On ' link.,, ITS On " 3 day. .,100 On " 8 day... T4 One 1 Insertion U Displayed advertisement, hull . ,.. k. rales. ' lMl?r.U.!?!enl'..,?ac' ,ni1 P104 ' h OOlamaOf lBpedal NotlcM," double tht ordinary ram. All noUoea required to be pabllahed by law, legal ntN. If ordered on tb Inilde exclusively after the flnt wk per cent, mar than the above ratMi bat ill inch wil PJrlntbTri-Wklywlthoutehrg. Id, 'i 50 per llfiei ontilde t'i. ai tranejtn afotrHttmtnU mttsf be paid for tM advance . .i'h rule will no! be varied fremf Weekly, iame prtoe u the Dei It, where th advertise, e.the Weekly alone. Where 'h Dally end Weekly It both aied, then tb charge lerthe Weekly will be K (he rate of the Belly . No (.WerUiement Uken exoept for deflnlte period. Summer Arrangement. 1862. 1862. 1862. 1862. EAST. CENTRAL OHIO AND Steubenville Railroads, omn tdi mrul, Qalckeat and ii Home .!.';. TO noil Kella Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Baltimore, waaiuiigion Uityiladelphia, New York and Boston. Irect oonnectloM re ' wado ' BeUtlre with Baltimobe and Ohio Raileoad. And at Pittebnrgh with the , - v'f 'it.. .....!, . . I Pennsylyania, Central Railroad. TralM lesv 6olnmbn dnl!r (Sundaje e ocotcd) B follows ' r' .. .... iV - , ....'0 ULUIU. ,U 1 t 150 A.M. IJSi'.M. tiATiooLcmre, Ml IlilOA.M -r-uiiv aT-aaUADua, 10:3A.al. 10:up.M. ... . .. aaarrt at rravamvau, liWfflP.M. llilBP.M. U:1S A M. , 5:43 P. 1 JltT T nTTannMBJ Ml. K.SNIA.M. ZKK. Uj 8;00P. M. Via Baltimore anil flM H.ll.x, leay Benwood..., 11,40 A. Mr JfcOS P. M. ; Arrlra at Baldmor. S:0t 9. M. - :00 P. Ui ' Arriyo at Waanlngton City, 8.-4S P. at. 6 4J P. M. ArrlTeatPhlladelpbla....lliuOP. M.' 11:00 P. M. Arrly at Mew York 4.15 A. M. 1:15 A. M. Tla Penntylrania Central Ballroad: rut Line. Bipreee. Vail. Leave Pilltmrth....8:30 P. u. 4:00 P. M. 100 A. M. rriTeaiiarnei)urg,5:85A. M. 8:00A.M. 1:00 P.M. . .1 . 1. "". at. :iua. M. 5:25 P. U. "nveatnew iork,S:OtP. Id. 8:30A.M. 10KI0P.M. .in.i.i wmimon, n.w r. M. o:00 A.M. 8:30 P.M. lirlnilWuh.Oll. 8 im II . n.u, . M..VJV,W,VVA,H, V.WA.A. ....... Pasieprera desiring tickets to the above roate via th rensaylTaola Ballroad or Baltlnnn nrf nhi u.nu ehouw be partloolar to aak tor then via Bellalnori I- A. HTJT0HI1IS0N, J Qeneral Paaeenger Agent Summer Arrangement. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia RAILROADS. For Cincinnati, Dayton k Indianapolis! 'j Through to Indianapolis wjfhont Change of Cora, and bat One Change of Cars between Columbus and St- Louie. 1 I On and After Monday, May , ' lees. Four Trains Doily from Columbus. .,; FJR9T TRAIN. topping at all stations between Columbus, Cincinnati ana vayion; ainnng ai oinelnnatl at 10:30 a. m. Dayton I too a. m. i arrive at Indianapolis at 1:34 p. SECOND TRAIN. CXPKXBB at 11:30a. m., stopptag at Jefferson, Lon don, Charlaaton, Oedarville.Icnla, Spring Valley, Cor win, Port. Ancient, alorrow, Bouth Lebanon, foeUr'a, Lovtlaad and Ullford, arriving at Oloclnnatl at 4:8 p. muatvaytoa at :. m- arriyeat indianapoits at7:JSp. in. J connecting st Cincinnati with the Ohio anu Mississippi naiiroaa lor Bt. iiouie, vinoenne,uairo, to.; oonneotigg at inaiaoapoiii tor all points Wtrw TRTaTi'Tij AW1'' 3TI'i! I Id AIL AND ACOOUMODATtdN it 4:idt m.fStop-1 ping at all slatlcns Utween Oolnmbnsand CUneinnstll striving at tilncuinau at lu.JU p.m, ( ..s . j . FOURTH TRAIN. - ' i NIQBT KPRI8B, via Dytoni;at 1:00 midnight, stopping at London, Charleston, Senla, Dayton, dletowa and Hamiltonf arriving at Olnolnnatl at s. m. oonneetmg wUh Ohio and Mlaslasippl Ballroad vtneennea, jyouisvtiie, (Jllro, Bl, Loula. to. arriving at Indlanapoll at. 71.V a. m.i connecting at Indian. ap?" for Lafayette, Terr Haute, Chicago, and , point wuf-, . -.j ,, SLEEPING CARS ON NIGHT TRAINS. 0 for further lnformaUon and Through Ticket, PP iy to at, in Duuxittix, xickm agent, union ixpot, go lunihn. f. W. BTBADBR, ' ' fleneral Ticket Agent, Oinelnnatl, - JNO.W.DOIHBTT. -.' r) .1 J 1 ' . Agent, Oolomtas, B. W. WOODWARD, , : I J . .- r .. (perfhtendent, Cudnaati. alBBbrltaf V 18Gi Tat LffJJijtwSrmitnm "..mJ. iiil , vvauwaawDS vsiivj AGRIOTLTMAla WiUEHOUSB "And SobrJ BSAUUt lW- - a AVI' ATXB.OLABB ssms metift,oo4iJlV Wr. amavaad labbn Beltlix. Uol .asasi, Ho.aas klB. ,i. . , Hi'itm In M41 ,f-'ic.ii r.i-',. fi'veTTi I I I (5,1 I at I m. I Hid' SitO for I 1 I all iuti'l WEEKLY ' MTftf Vflf ffen till I MANYPENNY & MILLER COLUMBUS,. OHIO. -A-t $l,O0 T?QT 'T'eEliI I Barlof a olrsnlitlon Larger bjr gi?veral Thovsimds, Th.n.n,otD.rP.p,,BOhlo.onUId.ofOlnclDna, OFFERS FACILITIES i FOR ADVERTISING Wbicb oanoot fell U bring I ' - '..ill.' :. . : i . r . Quipk and Reinonerative Returns. u.l o.... T UuM who lake tdraataieei them. THE WEEKLY STATESMAN, " f-.Tr,:T k r ;i'.-JB:iri 'I K a at ax iT 7 Durtrltmted, a It la Through Every Postoffice in Ohio f fcnnd la the banui of A Large Class of Readers, Whoat 1 patronag la valuabl,and who seldom aee th ; iiif flditionaofeltyjoaraatai aadMeary A LIMITED NUMBER -or- ADVERTISEMENT8 Are Inserted la Its oohnana, APPROPRIATELY AUD IiaDSOMELY DISPUYED, They oanno fall to Attract Attention In sll LocslttlM.' WHOLESALE DEALERS Advertising In the WEEKLY STATESMAN, ''1:1 i.ltl Will find It adTaotageons la The IncreaBO of Trade; . . u - - J . .. .. . t - ., ' l I Which Is aintost certain to follow an Mtenarv dltemtna- j j Uon of a knowledge of their busts , ONC COUNTRY DEALERS. ' l ' -v-.ji.-l. I t ' r'- ifer f': fc V ...i,' AdvrtlBiut tntradad for t l ' ,vi"i !;, 1 '. BooJ4WriaB44UhfOT WtfetslarBsos - ,H0t nii'fe it ,rr i IT t"'ri t 1- . ...iaaV.1 I: out at NORTeH HIGH STREET, AND BCI THI LABQBSI gTOOK. THE GREATEST , VARIETY, i r ';." iXD . VI'. '". rATTfani ' TBI I U01T S tP O V B S ,T,r offerl 1 (n uitleeni ol Ookimba. ! thi7 nin COOKINO STOVES FOR COAL, i COOKINO STOVES FOR WOOD, AWT COOKING STOVES lor either Wood or Goal- !1. 000ZIHO 8TOVEB - ror Large ruslllM r Baall femlllee, and Terrlni j . ' rno rrora , -. - Three Dollars to' One Hundred and Twenty-Five. ; PARLOR STOVES, Of eyery Price, 8M end Variety, tor Ooal or Wood. DINING-ROOM STOVES, - 7 4i. .. . . , . . UALLST6VE8. Of many Petterni. " ! SITTING-ROOM STOVES. ' STORE-ROOM STOVES. OFFICE STOVES, Army Stoves, Botq Oooklnf anil Batlsf . Tb Ughteet and Boat Portabl Tent Btov offered to tb Officers of our Ghreat Army. ; FURNACES, lor leattnf DwelilnK. Ohurohee, Btore roome, or other urge Bonding. .. LAUNDRY STOVES, 1 ' - for family Pee or Hotels: ' ; i MOTT. BOILERS, AGRICULTURAL BOILERS, SUGAR EVAPORATORS, SUGAR KETTLES HOLLOW WARE, DOGG IRONS,) . SAD IRONS, TAILORS' GEESE, And many other article "or any other man. O CALL AND BX1 ,0 No. 92 North High Street, COLUMBUS, OHIO? . . ..... . .' , 1 rr, ' J. L Gill & Son. I novSaVU Sheriff's Sale. . Th Clinton. Bank ) franklin Common Pleas. LnoUa BatUes i l st at. BY Virtue ol avrrtl of Vendl to (directed from th Court ot Common Pleas franklin oounty, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the of th Court House, in theolty of Columbus, on Satarday, tbe 1st day of November, A. I 1862, I at on o'clock P.M.', the fonevridWftied real eatate, altuat In f rankUn oounty, Ohio, to-wlti iiots tioa a. an, i ana or a subdivision or 19X ores o laud laHeu M,s. S, image 82, made I a praoeedlng in parution in tie uonrt or uon Oommon Pleaa I of asia MBty, March Urm, ISSS, ia th i i Of Tfaeo Idorel Oomatook vs. Sarallna Oosastook et al., a plat of the earn, recorded in Oommon Pleaa record vol488, p. Sot) and S00. Also, acre of land ot 9S. 87 and 3t. In Champion's subdivision of X ieo. tp. I, nag as. f th eastsalveaof lot 89 and 31 of I subdivision of said ace. 83, recorded In Beoorder's I or saia county, in book ii, page m, assignea to ata I Buttle In said proceeding in partition, being tbe I halt of lot 38, aud all that part of lot 34 lying aonth I the norm line textraara easiwaraiyi ei lata tot st, I east, part of 38 supposed to oootala i orea, and park of Stsappoaei to contain lKaarc Also, part I In iota ia ana to in in eity ei uoiumou, unto, 1 84 feet front on Third street, sod running bxck westerly I earn width uto reel to a tan root euey, ana being imme dliwly eouth otMd adjoining 48 feet formerly belong- I In to John Walton.' being tb same prmie conveyed I to said Buttle by Theodore Corns took and wife, by dated April KB, loss, and usually Known as subdlvUlon io.oatoiou4ianueiu. - j . j u i-.i Appmld-Llrt.S atlwudoiiarsiM. .j.', ,v: I iHOfl l.:.'jr , iioi no. H to aoiiaia; ,. ' Lot N. 43 at $75 dollarai i t j. -. LotMo.44 alB800dollarat v ' Tbe t acre at Slit dollar car aeret Xh on and X acre at 1 134 per acre. Part of lots 41J and 418 at tWOO QBOHUB W. BuffMAa. Bheria of franklin oounty, II. 0. Noils, Attorney. 4-.. j Prlntsr's fee, 9.1i .' . ' sepSMUAiwtd 8 " ' " " ' Salt; in Partition. Jacob Krooenbltter, inbltter, 1 n,to., I .f ' fOi uiatal, j ' rUuardlan, I T V. Bnnerlor OiUrt of franklin Ooonty, Ohio. j t i IiabelUBtlcUt TFt PfJHSUAHCE OF AH ORDER A tha said oo art, to m dtreeted, I Will offer for sal nubile auction at th door ot th Court Bona In th OajBatarday, the 8th day of November, A. at 1 o'clock p. as.,th following described real sltwat In tbs foanty yf f raakua, and Btt at Ohio, Thre scref oil of th south Sad of a tract of land half section 84, township S. ranir 89, refuge emulating of nlns acre off th east rid of lot No. stxi as platted and recorded in th Baosrder's offloe, Beak Bo. 8l.paK0, extending from lhcntr of National Boad north cna hundred aaA ssvan pole the) line of J. M. Ohuaplon's land, and of width (being sqnal at both ndi) to essbrac th said "ipVia&d at t) 1800. ' 1 ' 1 - T J e 'C , il : J T a. W.BTJTItfAH.aharhT. rnastAii k Moacmr, Atti. iT I ' l H.B fil'.P .ir'y fci:..C..1,C! fef sue ot door D. I I I In 1 I perl I lot I 83. 1 a I offloe I L. east I of I saia i thati of I being I I I deed I . , dell. . 0. Ot at olty asUta, to la laada, (6) in th on sufficient sins I : :;ayers3 OATHARTIO PILLS. Are yon tick, frcl.le, anil coinplKinlngt Aro jou out of orior, with your ytcm do ranK'J. end your baling u coiufortniiilol Tliceo yni' tome ere often the prelude to mi loin illueti. Soma lit of tlcknt'ie Ureiplnt;inmn you, end iboulil he uv.-nwl b.t timely ute of tho right rem jily. Take Aypr'e I'll!', end clsaoie out the disordered bu rnon purify the blind, end lit the Uuide move on UDob- etrticted In hullll (irhui. ete the tuuctlons Into Tliroroue ai 'f-tj3 U"y purify the eyeteni from . itt . . tli. obstructions which muKe diwase. cold, eetllee eomewlioro In tho body, and oh urui'le lU'imlciial fuuctioiu. These, If not rulwved, rmct upon thi-msi lvee and the eurrounillng organe, pro. ilnrttig gfiiernl espaTOtlon, euHsring, Biid dueaw While In tins conomon, oppreotwi vj ... v ttiXJC lerlimr of heelili aealn. Whittle true and so j!paeut in lilt truinl aivi common couipmim, is u.v i t the dfoii-watcd ami danKoroin dlnteiupor. lliaiu purnatle e ffect expels them. 'Caused by slmlliir oliVtiuc ii..... .....I il.r.nrani.ntii of the natural functions of the K..iv ihn ,, rt,lll. and inanv of thim surely, rurnd l v ths nwa means. N,one who know tlio Tlrtuw of these I'ilie. will ni'jjlcct to omploy them nncn eunnntiis aura ' 3ml .nti from leading plivslchine In eonie of the pilmipiil litiw, and from other nell kuown public per sons. ; . Prim a PirtuarMxa Merchant of St. louil, Kb. 4, U50 Dn. Aran Your 'Pills are the paragon of ail that ie ;...:t in Micdlrhie. They nare cui-e njy muo iiauumrr nf iilrenius lores upon her hands and feat that had prond iii. ui il.l'! for yoare. Her mother has boon long grier . . .. ...Hiofivi u-iiii litAtnliM and nlmnleson hor skin and in hi r hnir. After our child wna cured, eho also till y.Mir 11 IN, mid tbuy hare curnd her. ' ASA MOnORICOtf. A a Family Phylc. . Fri Vr. E. IF. CurfwriWit, JNVki Orn. 'vn .r iM.. urn Hi nrlnM of num. thclr oiccllcnt .iitihtii'1 surpm any cathartlo we possess. Thoy are i:il!il. hut v.ry certain endeiTfrtnal in their action on the l-o-rele, whlni ninKes tnein inTaiuauio w ui in niv vnij ii-ivitiii.'Uloi'ili!ritaiu). llinJnrhe.SlclcHeadnche.Foul Stomarli. t'rtm Dr. lidam i Boy4, Dammcrt. Iii iallim. Avcu: I cannot answer you Wiat comploints I have citri'l with your fills bettor than to eny oil Vint v:e fntr trtat taut a nurnatit mtdiemt. I nlace creel denr .1 n nn an .Ifsrtllnl milmrtlo In IDT ilall v contest rrith mill Ixilleving as 1 do that your I'ills nlTord us the boat :in have, 1 ol coumo value uieia inguiy. Iittsbuuo. Pa. 5fay 1. 1855. Die. J. C. Arm. Sir: I havn been ronoiitolly cured of nnv hodv can have Ijt a dose or li of your Pills. It seems to arise from a foul stomach, which they cleanse at ouce. ' Voure with ereat reenoct. ED. W. PRRBLR, '' Clerk of Steamn Clarion. ' Dtlloii Dlaorilere Mver Complaint . From Dr, Ihtodort lktt, oArui I'orfc Cfy. Not only are your Pills admirably adapted to their pur pose as an aperient, but I nnu titoir oeui-nciiii euncisiiuu the Liver rv marked ludecd. They bare In my prac tice proved mora effectual for the cur of biNout com- ncfinu iiiau auy one rooicuy 1 cau uieuiioii. 1 mih..ij I'jolcb Hint no have at length a piirgatlve which is wop thy the commence of the proiesstou uuu uie people. DrrARTMBNT or ins Intebios.sJi, Washington. D. C. Tth Feb.. I860, f Sift: I hare used vour I'ills in my general and hospital nrartlco ever alnce vou made them, and cannot hesltato to any tlivy are the beet cathartic we employ. Their regu lating action on the lWcr Is quick and derided, conse quently they an an admirable remedy for derangement! of that orcan. Indeed. I hare seldom found a coso of bilint ditto- so obstinate that It did not reatlily yield them, fraternally yours, .aiiUKZU hall, au u., I l'hytician of Ute Harm Hotfilal, , Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Ilelax, Worm 1 iron Dr. J. 0. Onm, of Ciieuo Yonr Fills bar bad a long trial In my practice, auJ bold tbsm In esteem as one of tho best aperients I have thsm in esteem a one ot tne dosi nperienis i navo found. Their aiterativ effect upon the liver make . ,i a l I I ii .1 r... ever. them an excellent remedy, when given in small doses for LiHom dvttnltrv and diarrheal. Tholr sugar-coating make them very acceptable and convenient for the use or women ana children. , Dyspepsia. Impurity of the Blood. fVorn lit. J. Y. flit-Mi, rtutor of Advent Chvrth, Botlm. . Da. Arm: I have need vour Pills with extraordinary success iu my family and among those I am called to visit in distress. To regulate th organ of digestion and purify the blood, Uiey or uie very ueu remeuy 1 nave ever known, and I cau continently reconimeua tneui nyfilend. lours, j. v. iu.ni.a. vvatuATf, .lyouiiog w, . i.iu. T, iw. DlAft Pie: I am using your Cathartlo Mile In my prac tice, and And them an excellent punmtiv to cleans., vtt . -. w t . r. u v rul 01 ibk lystem and purify tlit founlaint of ih Wood. 1 J0IIN - MKAC1111! M. D. Constluatlon, Coetlvenea, Suppreealon, Kheumatlsm, Gout, Neuralgia, Urap. By, FaralycU, Fits, etc : From Dr. J. P. Vaughn, Umtrtal, GinaJa. Too much cannot be said of your Pills for tho cure the progenitor of othein that are wore. I bellcvo tivtmts tooriKinate in tho liver, but your Pills affect that organ aud cure the uuease. From llrs. E. Stuart, Phytieian mi Jliilieifc, Boston. I find one or tiro lanr dosea of yonr PHI, taken at proper timo, aro excellent proinotivea of the Natural lion Viiien wngiiy or paruany supprenwii. uuu biw rvij afhcttial to dtMiie the ihimnct aud exvrl twinu. Tliey are so much th best physic we bavo that I recommend no other to my patients. From Oit Rev. Dr. nawhu, of Vie Jtilhodlit Que. CVivrrA Pirr.A.ri TTorsr. Savannah. On.. Jan. 0. 1350. IToxomn 8m i I ehonhl be ungrateful for tho relief your skill ha. brought me If I did not report myenaoto you. A cold settled In my limbs and brought on excru- vou. A cold settled In my iinitieaim urougni on excru- elating tiiirubic(Mini,whtcit ended in chronic riinma- feartt nTulir iiBiannintr iihi l i no lm-pl ui 'itpa -til iitiii, iu Hi,..;nlww ami wor until he tlu. advice of your .xe.llcuti.RentlnllaUlmore.Dr.Mackeum.lWed uiira 'i iiaip Air.uirai WAra ainw. niiE BiirtJ. nv irwiAuvwi lu the use of them, I am now entirely well. w.v-ww " - - s relV WCIl. - Al ttrv.TV rniuwiL PAtnn Ttouce. T.a.. S Dec. 180. In. Avert : I havo been entirely cured, by your Pills, Flieumotic Gmt n painful disease Itmt nan anncreu for years. VINCENT BblDl.!Ji. AS-Most nf the MID In market contain BlerVury, which, although a valuable remedy In skilful hands, dangerous in a public pill, from the dreadful conse quences that fhiqueutly follow Its incautious use. Theso contain no mercniy ur mineral eubstanco wliatover. Price, 25 cents per Box, or 5 Boxes fop $1. rrapared by Dr. 7. C. AYEB & CO., Lowell, Haas. OHtl. AM BOS, Eup't. r. Aatsos, Treat. PORTABLE AND STATIONARY r STEAM ENGINES, :ji Castings, -Shafllngs,' Pulleys, BOILERS, MILL GEARING A MACHINERY ENGINE PUMPS, TRIP HAMMERS, Improved Circular & Mulay SAW IVIILLSi A t S 0 , V k DBS0B1PTIOH RETOBTS, PIPES . AND CASTINGS, fOaToOAf. OIL ASP OAS WOBKS April av.ieea,4y ,v D., Fresh Peaches! Fresh Peachy . Keceived Dailv, ;; "t 31 an- ' WM.H.BBBirilTJX, 1 108 leuth High strat ti 1 ; .5 e .j. , Ispt. 10-tf- Faria loitrlaai, ;j 1 ! TX& Traveluif Pratsss, wry itjlUhsna alsgaat P. . BAW SON. S .(aJtaUVI'lIt iltl .J .u m ... -A. . .v;i'f m f 1 .it 9Vta- I . -V. citirtnrsi. Ifothere or our fraternity nave loumi tnein aaellicaclous as I have, they should Join mo In proclaim. lniritfor the beticfltof the multltudea who suirer lioui that oomtilaint. which. olthotiKh bad enough In Itself, - - - . . .. s.y -! Tt,-v.- TfvfT.-y J i,.r 1: -A (Oljia Statesman TELEGRAPHIC. For latest Telegraphic News, see 3d Page. Morning and Noon Reports. FROM THE POTOMAC. Movement of Troops—Lee at Winchester— Burnside Moving on—A Great Battle Imminent. I I New York. Nor. 1 A urmnlnl to th Tlmoo foom Hitper'a Ferry 30ih, atye: Yesterday RiohardeoD's dlvltiloD paired Saicker'a Gap to Patlg, a imall town od the road leedlng from ueetuarg eoa lUDClDg lOroogQ Afbbby'aUap. W fc - U. orDlD?, cr.icg thesUan' uw. unuga. ouuiuor s corpn amo moTea into Virginia yesterday, through the Bine mountain aad Short hill, where he will form a juooilon with Bnrnslde, who ia now at PuroelarlUe. nearly all the troops haye moved oQ from London and Mar j laud Height. For the pres ent Gon. Geary's oommaod la to remain on Bjlirar Heighis. Mir j land Heights are alao well protected. Gen. Siocam'd comamud '. to garrieon the Ferry. .f . . Heavy woonnolterine ctrtlea left here tea. terday In the direction of Cbarlcatown and sbepherdatown. to feel the enemy, whom thcr found In large force at the former tlace. A reoonnoiBBanoe made by the Eighth Peoosylva nla from Paroeloville, discovered tho enemy In force near Paris and Upperrille, under Long slreet. Gen. Lee is said to be atill' at Win oheeter, while tho main body of bis army is still east of BIno mountain. Snicker's Gap Is strongly defended by the cut my. Several reb el prieoner's were taken there ytsteiday, in- olndlog tho chief officer of their tigaal corps. urn. uarneiae is steadily moving on, and the Impression Is that the enemy's fliiik Is tnmed and that a battle Is Imminent. Our position here Is admirably defended, and if the enemy attempt to orots, a great battle must at once ensue. Cannonading ia now beard in the dlrectioq of Winchester and Shepherdatown. fiABfta's Ftaar, Oct. 31. Yeiterdny our pickets lour miles bence.Baw the rebel pickets irom ijaarieaiown. nana vara ,n nn.u. ,.i flilleboro. Balow that ulaoe and In Charleatn the rebels were supposed to be in great nam- heea. Jntrann mam n.....niA i.L. k..c last, no doubt occuovioff both sides of Blue monntain, from Winchester to A Idle. Two thousand rebel infantry are at Warren ton, with cavalry and artillery. uor wnoie army is in One spirits and condi-1 tloo. The weather is SDiendid. Nsw Yo, Nov. 1. A eneclal to the Trlb- udo Irom Waahineton eavs: A dlanatrh from ons of our special correspondents, dated Har per a rerry, uct. Ji. esya Longatreet's entire corps Is reported in Snicker's Gap and In the vaney jnet east 01 it. uur troops are picking ap strairgiera near Wheatland, W a tet ford and wuieiora. CHaaLISTOWM.V.. Oct. 31.Malar-G antral Cox's army arrived here to-day. The rebel army nnder Gens. Echols, Floyd and 'Jenkins retreated from here last Man day. The march of onr troops up the Kanawha ... . , 'ley was condaeted In the beat military order, fja It h KllC A Smala aana tw Tl. .a... with but a single casnalty. The entrance our army iuto this town wan of a triumphul i cnaraoter. Gen. Windham in Close Pursuit of the Rebels—Longstreet at Petersburg. bars;. 19. the of ens. ja Ocn.Longatreot was at PeterebnrT and j, oommand tha rebel arm mnvlns to a'ttaek wl " ?m mn0 J "061 army moving to attack Is puffulk. .Gen. DlX I Said to be Stroug in the i Nxw Yosk, Nov. l'The Times' Waehlnir- ton tpeoial says Col. Windham, with a oavalry force, was at last aoconnta driving the rear guard of the rebel Gen. Walker's force through Aehby's Gap. Another detaohmeul vcaLeidav drove tha msmv Intn their rt. c, tin I Boroughlaro Uap. A aispaich to the Times says reliable Inform- ation ia received that several immense Iron clad frlsates are bein oonstrnoted in Encrland " tor tne reoois. ..i 1 . T-1 mi TI, 1 f . . me iimer vvasaingicn correspondent again beliet that tbe attack is to be made there aud at Yorktown aud at Fortress Monroe I I Our Pickets Driven in at Chevalla— Rebels Threaten Corinth. ' iull - news see Is that on Friday night our plokets were driven in at Chevalla. This ia thongbt, how ever, to indicate a teconnolesance rather than an attack on our forces. The rebels seem to be coming up by way of p" uu"""u "uu ' B mensOO both JJolivar and Corinth. urana Jnnotion, and thus get in position to i mi.v. uu.u unnn uuu wuriu.u. as mitii V. I- I I- possible ytt that they have enoogh men tomake ia, ais.aia k-s ika a. J al.i. ?u a" Puueu i khiii Lilian amu iiuuw niiTinirii avnii ninrr Tninti i as j r - r I amuth ' Statement from Ex-President Buchanan. ckaaau. is ' Niw Yoik, Not. 1. A special to the World irom waemngton says: The National Intelli gencer of to-morrow will contain a statement from Ex President Baobanan ia relation to soil's famous letter published a few days since. regarding tne .measures for preventing the r. .1 V7iZ 7,i . ii .L a . Mr. Buchanan Intimates that he did not heed r- . MM.iuHi ii u.n.cv. Geo. Scott's suggestions for garrisoning the forts before and alter Mr. Lincoln's eleotion, because tbe prospeots were that there would be no collision, and that peaoe oounsels would prevail, and that ancb scittra would hare precip itated a oollislon. Gen. Stoueman Occupies Leesburg. Ntw Yoik, Nov. 1 A epeolal to the Her ald from Wheatland, V , 31it, oaysGea.Stone-l man's division of Gen. Wilcox's corot vester-1 day occupied Leeeburg without opposition. inia move win enaoie uen. fieasanton'a cav alry to penetrate farther to the enemy's post-1 uon, to reoonnouer oeyona our front. . Ot . 1 . NEW YOIK. NOV. 1. AoCOrdlnt? in recent Information irom Mexico received via Harana, about one half of the Ft enoh troops, amount- log to nearly seventeen tbeusand men, had ar- rived, and were ordered Immediately to OH- Biba. It Is thought tbe fortifications at Orl- aaba have been selected as a basis of operations, iv MTOiuira iw ut uy ui luexicu Niw YokK, Nov. 1 A soeolal to the World from Baltimore, October 31at, eava: It ia cur rently rumored here tbat ex Gov. Hicks will be appointed Military Governor of Maryland, and will locale bis office at Baltimore Five Philadelphia oyster boatc with their crews, were aelxed to day for violating the oys- , 1 . a. Bna .n W . 1 1 ri-l. . , itr uu nacu iu auuBpuiiB. i no anair hat caused muoh excitement. Haipir's Fiasv. Va.. Oat. 31. Gen. Mar- nu nas oeen oeiacnea irom bis division la Uen. Porter's corps, aud appointed to another oom maod. Brigadier-Ueueral BattetOeld has been sppointed to and aeeumed oammand of Gen. Morrill's division. '";",,..' Tbe corps of Gen. Porter haa been relieved from duty on the upper Potomac, and paaaed tDrougn oere io-aay. Ntw Youc, Nov. 1. Advices from North Carolina state that Gov. Stanley had oronoaed an Interview with Gov. Vance. Should this declined, he asks the latter to appoint oommla. tinners to oonfer with him on State and publlo affilrfl,;,,.,, , '-t '...,. . . The rsbcls have two Iron olad boats tip - the RoahoMa flvsr. whlohwlll aoonbsreadv for "7. nil-V:.-: ti njnt bm.!,' '., .7U7" i.lf: f fir.S .,, [For the Ohio Statesman.] CROW, CHAPMAN CROW! A cheering sound of victory Comes floating from afar, I hear Its ninite rlcg above' The clash snd din of war, Lilt what tha Joyous notes proclaim, Ia tones 10 rich and olesi 1 ' 'TL good old ship's la safer hands Through storms of the oomlng year." CH08.OI. Then, Mutes, string yonr harps anew. And ling us a Joyous song; "And, Chapman, flip yonr wlngi again, And crow both load and long." Ihe Cemocrsl. In the Key-Stone State, Have proudly gained th day, The Buckeye Stat ha been redeemed front Abolition sway. Th Boosters, too, hire nobly fought, Th laurels green have won. And "Wstlward ho," with s Joyous .bout, Tb tide goes sweeping on. cnoaos. I ben, Muni, string your hsrpt anew, And ling as a Joyous long, "And, Obspmam, fl-.p yonr wings again, And crow both lond and long." Tb itar of hop one glimmering, Beams foitb In brightness now. And Liberty enwrapped la gloom, Unveils her selling brow. Then pus arouid the glowing wine. Let's celtbrate wlih g!e Th day w plucked from treioh'rous hands Th wreath of liberty. CBOROI. Then, if uses, strike yonr harp sgiln, And Join our merry song "And, Chipoan, flap your wings cr.ee mors And crow both loud and long." DUNCANVILLE, O., Oct. 27, 1863. FROM A. WARD. Treating of the Noble Red Man—Domestic Affairs— A Serenade, etc. . I I . a) I of I l do red man ol tne lorrcat was formerly a I wpre raflnantfiil nprB'in. yiaticA In th.M nnhl I abooryKlne warrents me In sayin' that oriKger- dgiv tie was a maiesno cot. At the time Chria. arrove on these shores f I alood to Chris. Colombo."), the eavjis was vir- tnnntf anil hnnnv. Thav araFa innnnant. nf aa cesrloo, rum, drawpoker, and siofalnesa alair- ally. They didn't disouss the slaver? qnestlon I custom. They bad no Coo grew, farobioks, delirium tremens, or Aseooiated Press. 'ITielrl n amis was consequently gooa., L.ite sappeis, dyspepey, gas companies, thieves, ward polltl clans, pretty waiter-girlg, and other metropoli tan refinements wero unknown among them. JNo snvage in good staniing would take post-age-sUniriS You couldn't bavo bo't a coon akin with a barrel of 'em. Tbe female aboo- ryglne never died of consumption, because she didn't tie her waiat np in whalebone things; but in loose fowiu git-minU 6b e bounded with nakei feet, over tbe hill and plains like the free and lihky antelope. It wan a oulucky mo ment lor us when Chris, sot his foot on tbis 'ere shorts. It wonlj have been better for us of the present day If the I"j!ns had given him a warm meal and Bent him home o'er the ragin bilcrs. For the savages owned the country, and : " . -- -.v,ui. , uvauirj, uiy Columbus was a fillibuater. Cortex, Piairro. sir n . and Walker were one borse fillibuatere. Colum bus w&s a four horse team fillibuater. and a' large valler dog under tbe wseon. I aav. In DO" l-iucy rtnn - Cilim in ncre tne otner 0y ld reported all quiet 00 the Wb:ish. The , Ann" haa adont.d a n etrla nf Bin r".,. ?? "a0P,ea ncw P ?r.Bin: wUh a 6eren4de. Tne. tM the,,d I I I I be view of the mesa we are making: of tblnrs. it would have been better for us it Columbus had staid to home .. It would have been better for the ahow bitnls?. The circulation of Vanity' t tir wouia oe larger, and the proprietors would all have bo:auji pioe! Yea sir, acd prebapa a ten pin alley. By which I don't wish to bo underwood as tntimatin' that tha soalpin wrettheu who are in the luiia biBOiss at the prcsont day are of any ouuuuu., ur vsikuiatcu iv iui.se uumu nappy, v"j ' iuu;aai, wuo oeeerve w m.aied in the Oret degree, and if Pope ooly stay In St r.ui and not go near them li'ml.ll I .bnn tkn til K ......j, i,..vv.iu.j Ih.noi l:i nn, tll.n It .A,lrin HTl. n,.al - . . " ,ui nekle light, in tbe sbspo of a red headed gal who sits up ever the compos. It woiks well. The artist I epoke of In my laat. has return ed to Philadelphy. Before be left I look his liily white baud in mino. ' I suggested to him that If be conld enduoe tbe citizens ot Po i I ti de phy to believe that it would bo a good idea to have white window-shutters on their houses and white door-atones, he might mske a lortln. "It's a novelity," I added, "and may startle "em at fuat, but they may conclood to adopt It." As several of our pnbtio men are constantly being surprised with serenades, 1 ooncluded I'd be surprised In tne same way, so I mado arranec- ments accord in-, i asked tne Urass Band bow mr,eh they would take. tr. take ma ,,,.. h. i . ' I nnarwhnlm faith tin line vnantntf linnna irta mMmmr a wvv. ""v.- -a.a,v.-fc vuwa ,w. dvh UUIIUTBt 1IUIUU A CAUCUiCU. I wrote oak my impromtoa iDtech several , urv,- 7 . , j - , uajo uuiuicuauu, usiu very varciui .u eauuuge all lngrammatloiams and paiiu' ptrlicnlar at- tsnlicn to the pack location. It was, if I may say it without egltism, a manly tffjrt, but alars! I never delivered it. as tho sekel will show yon. I paced op and down the kltohen speskin' my pieot over so as to be entirely per feCg. My bloomio' young daughter Sarah Ann. bomeiea me summit Dy singin' "Why do sum- I rni! rosea lauet UtfoauBe, eaiai, alter bearing ber sing hduui iuuiicvu urai, --necauee it s meir Dial I ..I om farla " ,.o... , mi . sctnj, eaiu i, pauaiu in tno middle 01 tne room and letting my eaglo eye wander from tbe mannacrip; "ButBy, on tbe night of this here serenade, I desires jon to appear at the winder dressed In white, and wave a lllly-whlte banker- "If I appear," Bald that rcmatkablo female, l snail wave a any white bucket of bi in' tnr. and aom.hnd. .ill K ao.AcA n,. 1.-11. headed old lool will get his share." Sherefe.-'d to her hatband; no doubt about it in my mind. Bat for fear the might eiupe rate me I said notbin. ' i:V ?. -.-i Tha avnanlarl nioht anm 1 1 0, nlAlnnV I aWw. thorn annnita nf rnl,l.n. I. ytd, aud the Baid struck up a lively air, which when they did finish It, there were cries Wardl" Ward!" I slept out onto the ttoo. A brief glance showd me that tbe aasenv blsgewas summit mixed. Thero wa a great mny ragged boys, and there was quite a num i nor oi grown up persons evidently nnder Icflaenoeot tbe Intoxioaiin' bolo. The Band was also drunk. Dr. Schwtzoy, who was hold log np a post, seemed to be panio'ly drankso much so tbt It had got into his spectacles, which werestaggerla' wildly over hia nose. I was In for it, and I commenced thns: i " Feller Citizens: For this ooexpe cted honcr ii Leader of the Bmd Will jou give as money now or wait till you got throoght To this palntul and dlaguBtiu' Interruption paid no attention. ' . ( ' ' .; " for this oncxpeoted honor I thank vou, - Leader of the Band-But you said you'd ns seven dollars If we'd play two ohoocs. I Again I don't notice blm, bat resnmed I follow: "I aay I tbank you warmly , When Hook at thla crowd of true Americans, I hem swells Dr ScAuusfj 3a do If A vice we all do! - my heart swells i " A Voice Three cheera for tbe swells. " We live," Slid I, "lu trnblos times, bnt hope shall again resume oar firmer prond poaltlooB, and shall go on In out glorious reerl" ' ' Dr, SeAtM?. Pm wilHti'Tor one to die a etorlous career. Will vou loin me. fellow- Oltiaect, in A gturiuus careen vvuas wageo .1 : does a man fit for a glortoua farcer, wbsn ba finds blmssKT "Dr. Soh7Ssy said I aternly, 10 are drnok;.! Yoo'r. distort-In' tha tnaetlnB ir. fj.-navs yoo a oaoqoet torsad la tbs S9! ui, 'hoold ,ike " ibjwinw, od tbs half shell, or a hippopotamus on toast, or a boras and wagon roasted whole. Anything; that's handy. Din't pnt yourself out on mi account. At this point the Band began to make bid, ons noises with (heir brass borns, and a ex ceedingly rsgged boy wanted to know If there wasn't to be some wlttles afore th. concern broke npl I didn't exaotly know what to do, aud was jaat on the point of doin' It when a upper window sqddenly opened and a stream ot not water was bro't to hi nn th. i.o..... crowd, who took the hint and retired at onos. When I am taken by snrpilse with another serenade, I shall, amooK other arrangement--, have a respectful company on haad. 80 r.o more from me to-day. When this you see re member me. ;l r. Rebel Notes ! Rebel Notes 1 t Jost Uie ; Thing for ihe Times. 1 000 Aonts- Wanted. Ten DilTerent Rebel Notes! SENT POST-PAID OH IKOIIPT Of 25 Cents in PostofEce Stamps. the 100, Treule auppiiesi or a 10 per l,OOJ. i.au par Any Snenetlo rentlemao orlaUe'eaii raalra BI00 arlthtn the next thirty day, selling Confederate Scrip! Try it!! Try rr!!! 1L I'l Want Vr asast In Ihlmimlrtliliinu In (ba aalo7 ' H7P. 8.Ca$h to aceomcanv all order ii,nari- athf. , ! Address, J. n. 6TUUEB 17 ktaat Slate StrMt. not n mho. Oh JuneSo-tf eminent pnysician nave tailed to produce a cure. To ,M?1. b? "Wneto al own eklll and merits, be will nielLuke ,h4 cu" '" Pt"Jnt without charge except n the cost of medicine! requiring no fee until alter it I ,K. of potr tbe But oar I give as my It I ea- '"' In JB Jl. OtV'V. if tTTF LP M C K ZTOa BO a Corner of Broad & Front Street, C O L IT M B TJ G. DBA LIKE In GROCERIES, PRODUCE AND PROVISIONS, FOREIGN fla DOMESTIC FR'JITrV FIOtJB, SALT, L1QU0B8, Eli. OYBTCHA BY THI CAN IN TUSIE aaaa )N octS5-dly Dr.A,J,VANDERSLICE: Late Profceeor of tbe E:olo Ciioiauu do Mtdi- J , . -cine Pharmacy In Paris A PBACTITIOJEa OF 20 YEARS. Announces to his friend and the onhllc. that he con. tlnu.i to devote his time to th curing of the followiuj aiseasce. vuu CouKbs, Colds. Asthma. Fits. D ;od4v. Dys pepsia, Liver Complaint, Piles Futola, Gnu, hhmatiam. a,ni., . wi... a-.n. . v. hmrvZZZ.:i iOUr) "8l"" """"" ,u" Hints, etc., era., etc. . . . . . " . imnusr moae oi ireaunant or aseases, wnere other very h restoration of thilr health. Diseases of a peculiar character he inaranteea to re move radically In a few daya, without offensive or del terloue medicine. 11 warrant to all, no matter how ever or long standing th disease, an effectual cm, or he require no pay. female suffering with Irreg ularl tie, or nervousness, detxlliv. ta..can ba wmiui.il cured by Dr. T. Invalid la anywotlon of the country, by add resting letter to him poet paid, and lseloelrg a au aT aurioa, uu meuicin will ce promptly sent tothtn. I BesUeno, two doors from the corner of Oreen and floid Btreet. Louleville.2. Offlca honra Ims 8 to U a. m., and from 8 to 7 p. m. ur. a. j. vAMUiasLlUB oaa produce over on hundred oertlllcete of th speedy cur ol various d le ave, vaii ana ee nun, ' CONSULTATION CRATIS. SIM0N1W3 EXCHMG, H. SIMONTON & 80N, 1 w w ucr.ii ui a vis aouoira wun riatuia in 1 ano lor Itx years. Alter trr log (very remedy, 1 placed myMlf under th oar of Dr. A. J. Vandenlice, ot Louavuie, and In thre month wa perfectly cartd. Given nnder my hand thliJlit of September, I8S(I. ; , J. BUUABUAri, ttoaton, Mass. Thli I to certifr that I have been afflicted with Pile,. for (even rears, after twine all knnim rmarlle. anil falling. Dr. A. J. Tanderalloe performed a perfect cure 'hwo months. LOCIS COtTRNAT. I rrpu., . ... .7...j i- ..i.... I w.i mw mwm ... .MMwa. . n IHINO aaatf my wd$ nay fl, ttill plern, distribute suca carat (a (As afflicted. M I apttr . FFX7E8CST . SELTZER APERIENT. ,,,,. . . . ., t: t i, , TfcT.!.1"'''? i P?EbU" Medlcn has anlvernlly re- 'Mtved the meet favorable normmendattoa or in ai email raorwaao and th Pusuc a . as the most irriciiirr aan aeasXaSL SALINE APERIENT It may beuaed with the beet effoot In Bitoa and Ftbrilt Disease, CMfteens , Sick Headmck, JVawaea, Lutt Apytit, 'i . I IndigtMtion, Acidity tk Stomach, , Torfidity of IA Liver, Goat, , fUrtrmaft Affection, ' ' ' Oravtl, Garni,- - .1 .:n . : , arrsauoosryurwnwirsaa A &ntlo tvnd OooUnp; Apirtent PuxDCBtiT la Bisjciulred, It la particularly adapted to the wants of Tr valors by Be and Land Beeleent In Bot Climate, Person of Sedentary Uabita, Invalid and Convalescents; Captains ?' ITU J"4. E'40"" wlU tad it a valuable additjea -,. to their Medical Chest. f 1 1 la th form of a Powrler.rswefully pt up la bottle I to keep In any climate, ana merely require I - I water poured anoo H to produos ,iUtj a delightful effei resoent - Deverage'.-' .',v l BuaMioa teitlmonlal from professional anel other . gatlmea of th highest standing throughout the eoun, try. and It itoadilylnereaslog popularity for rte ol years, etreegly goarante it efflaaey end vakaabl eba. aeter, aad eomswud U to lb mvonM nstlo ol a le WUlfftpMie, ,i.,,;lii.a w-Vl ,i ,..rt, , i Manufactured only by i ! V T A R RANT. c C O ., 56. 278 Oreenwioli St., oor. Warren flt y OW'-'iSTorlaaV,.'' :i -'-.' ItlV fOB BALI BT DarOOICTB OBNBBAILT. Apriiat. lBBS-dkwty v ."'-ii -" - ' "i : i " i ' ,1 jaegant Plain 3iack 8iUu, I TTIOH Lasttred, si ! avals aad BUtOv Cnuaually jlm. tow. ar.l ! :. 1 BAIH At ton. 1 tO Smilh Rlrti BtMllH t. df ff li2fd Sti."f:Jlv)llit.