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IX. NO NEW. ' - ,in ,ni!.lll i i t L ill 1 I ; tr) 1.1 i 1 1 i i .C V. ' 1 J I 1 ,MUPUS. OHIO, MIDAY MORNING. NOV. 14.1862. 1 tttDOLLAES FZS TIAB iBTtrUbly la aUrul OA11T, TBI-WEIXLT AND WEEKLY MANYPENNY MILLER. ' B III BIBTlMPB OP BII T 0 B 8. IS OfflM Boa. 86, 88 and 40, Borth Hlh ft tBBMB INVARIABLY IN ADVAN01. . .i fell ... . 86 00 peryear . . P week, Hat". tolMkly ...... . 3 00 peryear. Weekly, . . I 00 era. 0( AdTwtlalDff h, tho Nqtieure. ne sonars 1 year. . .820 00 One square 3 weeks. .84 00 On On On On monlhi 18 00 0ns I week!.. 3 00 months IS 00 I months 10 00 S month! 8 00 On Ons On lweek... 1 H 3 days ... 1 00 8 days... TS On 1 month. 8 00 One i Insertion SO DtSDUUed admrtl..,n.nl. I..,. .... ... m; "i un una ins aov All notices required to be published by law, legal rats. Jl!taU "Jngi,ohriUbles ocletles, firs companies, L? tnuuitn wtvtrHitmenU mutt be paid for in dMM i he rule will not be varied from. sawiu! '" 1,0 wrtleinent taken ezoept for a definite period. Summer Arrangement, 1862. 1862. 1862. 1862. EAST. CENTRAL OHIO AND Steubenville Railroads, L',!l J' ! ' OITM TBi : ' rtcat, Quickest ana irioat Hella. ble ftonte v ;i TO rg Harrisburg, Baltimore, Wadungton City, Philadelphia, . .-.!.'..New York and Boston. ' ' l-aot oooneotloM an made at Bollalr with Iho. Bona AMD Ohio IUilepad, " "And itPittBburghwitbthe ' ' PeiasylTMia Central Railroad. TlAl f n vmij. MlS. Mr HilOA.M. , to-it-.r.., .1 -,.., 8ammv u,7?r , , . . lM8f.II. 1L18P.M. lUBAli. 5S5P.M. f.. aiA.M. 3:89 P.M. 8:00 P. U. sassitaf'-M. W, Jork ;n A. M. : A. M. ..i i . Y PenneylTinla Central Ballroad: AritsMflarrUtwrg.fcgJA. M. B 00A.M 1 OOP M ArrjTfatFbJlad'a.!:SJA 5 Vol W. 5p S' Wtoor.:0P.M: 8:00 A. M. fcSOS: AfnTS at Weak. Oitv. h-ca d u n.. "'t'u' oalo to eartiimur J. J7rr"."fc" ",,.rolu' ! to parttenlar to iT:;7i,n." Z"'"".: ItubenrUL 1. A. HUTCHINSON, Oeneral PaaienKer Agent Summer Arrangement. Little Miami Columbus & Xenia RAILROADS. Fo Waolnnatl, Dayton Indianapolii! Throngh to Indluupolia withont Change of Car, and bat One Change of Can between Columbus and St. Lonla. , On and After Monday. May tS. 1B6S. f oiar Trains Daily from Columbua fIRST TRAIN. OINOIMHATT ilWAMunniaiTnu t.n.. . . SSfifSL oni be,we"n Oolumbns, Oinolnnatl anA Dai tool anirlni at Oiiv.inn.ti m.-xa . Dayton 837 a. m. arrlre at Indianapolii at li34 p. m t , MCOND TRAIN. a M'vBJ,.M " 1,!- . topping at Jeffenon, ton- f"5lJ0,?A,lS,Mlt) MrH. Booth Lebanon, loster'e, LsTSland and Mllord, arriTtng at Oindnnatl at 4:'io JSi'm""m m. i arrive aiinaianupoiu " ; r; ou.nwjimg at uincmnati witn the Ohio and. klilataeiMl Ballroad (or 8 1. Louli, V Inoennet, Cairo, 4IS.I cmneetlgf at IndlanapolU for all polnta Weet. THIRD TRAIN? Ell AMD ACCOMMODATION aH:10,.. m.,itop at alltUtioni betveen Colnmbniand Cincinnati! ng at Cincinnati at 10:30 p.m. FOURTH TRAIN. NIOHT 1XPR188, via Dayton, at 12:00 midnight, topping at London, Oharleeton, Zeola, Dayton, Mid dletowa and Hamilton arrlTlng at Cincinnati at 5:40 s. . onBsetlng withOnloand Mlnlnlppl Ballroad for TlnsauMS, iKmlsrUle, Oalro, 8t. LonU, eto. arriving ar IndlanapoU! al 7:1J a. m. eonnecting at Indian taUWeat. Terr UaU Chicago, and all SLEEPING CARS ON NIGHT TRAINS. BIT for farther Information and Throngh Ticket. PplytoM.liDOHlUIi-.Tlokst Agent, Union Depot, ' . W'. gTRATUn ' flenaral Ticket Agent, Cincinnati. JNO. W. DOHIRTT, ' " Agent, Oolumlmt, I. W. WOODWARD, y Bnperlntendent, OlnolnmH. , etawkaa, Mays, IBM. ... COLCttBCSi OHIO) . tGiUtoTOArWAREfidtlSB GEHERAL HARDWARE, j, . Ajii, 9um, una, nrn, oowAOf, ea WUUlB wmWJU1w "Ware, affMsaai MaavlaUaa. laot sathef. Eoee and W BBKLY PUBLISHED BY MANYPENNY & MILLER, COLUMBUS, OHIO. At 1.00 Pot Year. DarlDgaelrouUaaB Larger by Several Tfidasands, Then any other piper In Ohio, ontslde of OtoolnnaU, 0PPEE8 FACTLITIEa FOR ADVERT IBirJC Which cannot rail to bring Quick and Remnneritive Returns. To t&ote who tale adyantageet thea?- THE WE&KLY STAftSMAN, DUtrUmled, at II It Through Every Postoffico in Ohio Ii fonnd In the bandi of A Large Class of Headers, Whois patronag. U TJable,and who Mldom see the amoni or aty Joamalti and at only A LIMITED NUMBER -or- ADVBRTiaBMBNTO An Inserted in Its eeloaas, APPROPRIATELY AND HANDSOMELy DISPLAYED, They eanno' tall to A.ttraot Attention In all localities. WHOLESALE DEALERS AdTertlalng In the WEEKLY STATESMAN, WUt Ond It advutafeoai la Tho Increase of Trade; Which Ii almait oertein to follow an aatonatre diitemtna' tion of a knowledge of their AMONG COUNTRY DEALERS. AdftrtUsnsak in tended for The Weekly Statesman 11; i'l it ",!!TIf 1 .-"; r J " h' 'V ' l noBia m ataaoo. u reror eostsoartejoa. : ; '."-'issnnK u. 1! ssnns nuns . ... 0 A t Ii AT , ' , , J. L. GILL & SON'S i ' ,1..-. . . CTlilVV TITiOOK, NORTjH HIQH STREET, AND BK TH 1AB0I8T BT00K, THE GREATEST VARIETY e . ... I .01 '..- i ! ": AMD TBI HOST BIADTIIOL PATT1B58 STOVE S ' " Krer offered to?W,ltlieni of Oolpmbni. ' ' ' ' '., l; . i . IH1I OAT1 COOKING STOVES FOR COAL, COOKING STOVES FOR WOOD, V v Ain COOKING STOVES for either Wood or Coal. 00 OK ISO STOVES for Large families or Small funnies, and varying Prloe from Three Dollars to One Hundred and " Twenty-Five. PARLOR STOVES, Of STiry Price, tin and Variety, tor Coal or Wood. DINING-ROOM STOVES, " HALL STOVES, Of many Patterns. 8ITTINGWIOOM STOVES. STORE-ROOM STOVES." OFFICE STOVESi L.vrxx-y stovoBe' Both Cooking and Beating. To Lightest and moat Portable Tent Store eter ' osorM to the ; Officers of . our Great Army. FURNACES, lor HeaUng Dwellings, Obnrehes, itore-rooma, or other .large souaings. LAUNDRY STOVES, r -: for family Uee or Hotels. MOTT BOILERS, " AGRICULTURAL BOILERS, SUGAR EVAPORATORS, SUGAR KETTLES HOLLOW WARE. DOGG IRONS,! SAD IRONS, ' TAILORS' GEESE, And many other articles" or any other man, H3 CALL AND BII 11 No.' 92 North High Street, COLUMBUS, OHIO. J, L. Gill & Son, novtt-tf Do yon want Whiskers? Do yon want a Moustache T If , parehass oas bottle of E; X. CHAMPION'S excelsioh mviconAToai The world renowned Toilet the only article of the kind srer offered the people of the United States. Tha abort trade Is the only one need by lbs f renchl In London and Paris It Is In onlTersal us. IBM BX01LBI0B Whisker Invigoratorl! Is a Beautiful, oonomloal. Boothlnr. mi flUmilitln. Oompoond, acting as If by magte open the roots, oane mg a beaatlful nowtb ot luxuriant beard. If applied to the soalp, It will core Baidnttt, and if applied ae eordlng to directions, it will eanoe to spring op la bald spots a ftns growth of raara, sort auia. TH1 0BLIBSAT1D Ezcclsior Invigorator I tl an lndlsvensabl article in every Gentleman'. Toilet and after one week's ass they would not, for any eoniid- eraaon, se wiuom u. xne anoTe aruoie will, in Croat roar to sight weeks, bring oat a thick set of Waisuas or atocrrACHEi Ths snbeorlbert are the only Aients for the above ar now in ue uniua atates. The would also annoanot to the nublkt that thaw are Agents for . . . SmEOHAmTOItET! The only article srer offered to tha Trench people that would Ooni SfBAMRT Baal tha abore Toilet being manufactured for the sole benefit of Loalf Napoleon" whioh artiele Is now tndUntnsable to his tolls! nam. xne ssbserioert, reeling eonaaent that this Toilet must neoeeearlly take the place of all others srer offered to tne public, take pleasure in expressing their eoafldenoe in ins article, gaining u mm practical ass. The Napoleon Hair Toilet , Will Otm STaanar Run in Soft.' Slibtn. wlowin. Ourls, that 'Will reiaain la shape for one dar or ons week, if desired, or any longer period, If tha dlreotkmr are strloily followed, whkh an vary simple and easy. xne nau ira mm on aa any manner mterrere Wlta tha KfUmrai Aykastw o fas Hair. It neither gsorohas nor ayss lt out gires ue hair a soft, thrlity appear anas. II also preranta tha hair from fvMUg of and turning gray. t ThQ li&ol TBmj; Toilet Has been before the rubUe but a shaM tw. and w .1. ready been tested by om one thousand perseall and they taetlty that ths Napoleon Hair Toilet is ths greatest pniuwr .i.i rn-im w amma psopio. To Diamnt tblaToilet fcl aatac ananoriMt Um. Itated kf anprlaetpled perSeas, wa do not offer It for sals at any Draniat's la ths United atatea... h.nrn anylLady or Sen Usman who desires Soft, Luxuriant Hair and Oarkt. aa4 Long, Soft Whiskeraar aloasteeha, can Srocure the Iaelgorator or Toilet, either ana. fo saa ollar, lnelesad la a letter. With their address t, W - Addrsaa., . 0. f . BP JNX OoT' And W1U ta eareMly m by latara aull. ' fsbst dtwsjwly ls?sa.-:-wa i L"!'. OATHARTIO PILLS., Are yo sick, feeble, and eoBiplauilngl Axe jou out of rdor, with yonr eyitem de ranged, and jour feelings on comrbrtaUer ;Theee eymp tome are often the prolnde to serious UloeH. Suoie lit of shknete is crroplug upon you, and should be arwted by a timely nee of the right rem edy. Kake Amor's .pills, an4 cleansaout-the diaordored hu mors parity the blood, end let the ilnlde more on unob etruoted in . health ,' iagnln. I'Dey tUranlate the fiinotloae of the body Into rigorous ac tivity, purify the eyitem from the oUtructloDt which make dlie-nne. . cold settles somewhere to the body, end ob llriKU Ue nutural funcllone. Those, if not relinvpd. nwet upon tlii-mielres and the surrounding organs, pro iluclng ganerul 'aggraeaUbi'i, snffering, and dlwaee H'lille In tlile condition, oppressed by the derangnminte, Uka Ayer'a l'illmand eea how .directly fhey restore the natiirnl notion of tlio system, and with It tho buoyant (Willi of health ugala. What ie ti oaend so apparent in ibl, nivl.il uud oiminon complulut. Is aleo true In ninuy of tiie"d"HMated and daugoi-uui Ulsbsmnere. The seme mti-KixtlvwHiect expele Mieui. ' Caused by similar obatrne tt.u. nod itt'iiuigeinents of the natml funotlona of the tmly, thoy ore rpldly. and many of them eurely, cured bv l ho uno menus. None who knoxe tho ylrtues of these P'ill. will neglect to employ them When auflorlng Irani the disorders they cure. ' Stktoraones from leading pliyihiant In some or the .ilm l"il citliM, and from other well kuowii puMlo ) un. . " ( . ,wl , fUm a Forwarding Merchant qfSl. Loixtl, litVi, 1W8 Dn. Avir.i Tour Pills are the paragon or all that l Kraut In. medicine. They hare cured my little daughtcr ..f cluirnns snraa upon her hands and feet that hod proved i inii'.iMi' fur years. Her mother has Been long grlev. v mnlrtoil with blotobee and phnpleeon her skin and hi ii r lulr. After our ehlld was cured, ehe also tried t.mr Tills, and limy hare cured her. ASA MononiDOE. As Family Physio. Vow Dr. H. Ir. CbrfemyU, Asw Orleans. V mr I'llls are the prince of purges. Tbelr excellent (jiliti euriass any cnthartio we posseee. They are (II , 1,1. but very (Vi lulu end elfootual In their action on the hnavk. tvhicli mukss thetn Invaluable to ue In tlw dally n, iiinonl of dlsimse. , IIcHdui:he,SlckIIeadai'h,Fonl Stomnch. IWm Dr. Kdwari Boyd, BnUimort. Diiin lino. Arm: I cannot answer you uhat comphlnte 1 hue ettrfl with ynnr Pills lietter than to say all thnl Kt r, tr Irt it Kith apurgativ medicine. I place great di-pen-donee on an effectual cathartla In my dully contest with dn.'iiic. iui'1 believing ns I do thst your Tills afford us the best wa have, I of course value thein highly. . PiTTflnriw, Pa, May 1, 1865. Dr. J. C Aria. Sir: I have been repeatedly cured of the wont hrudacltt any body can havo by a rinse or two or your 1'uls. It sseine to arise from a ftiul. stomach, which they demise at once. l ours with great respect, ED. W. PIlEHLR, Cfsrfc fjf Sltamer Clot ion. Dillons Disorders Liver Complaints. Firm Dr. Thtodon Btlt, e JVeai York City. Not only ao your Pills ndrnlrulddepted t their pur poso ss an aperient, but I find their bemifleliilffects upoa the Liver very marked Indeed. They hare In my prac tice proved more effectual for the oure of tiliom com p!uin(, than any one remedy I can mention. I sincerely rejoice that we have at length a purgative which Is wor thy the confidence of the profession and the people. Dipahimxkt or ins lKTituoit,sJ) Washington, D. C, 7th Feb., 1S66. ' 8m 1 1 have need your I'llls In my general and hospital practice erer slace you made them, aud cannot hesitate to say they are ths best cathartic ere employ. Their rrgu laUug action on the liver la quick and decided, conse quently they are an admirable remedy for derangements of that organ. Indeed, I bars seldom fonnd a cose of Mteus oVasue so obstinate that It did not readily yield to them, fraternally yours, ALON'ZO BALL, U. D, . Jiijiicianqfthiilarintllotpital. Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Btalaz, Worms. i . . . JVewj Dr. J. 0. Ortcn, if CMoaffO. i Your Pills have had a lonr trial In mv oraetlcs. and I hold them In esteem ae one of the best aperrenta I have erer found. Their alterative effect upon the liver makeo them an excellent remedy, when given in small doses for bihont dysentery and diarrhaa. Their eiigancoatlng mokee them very acceptable and convenient Mr the use Dyspepsia, Impurity of tha Blood. iVem Ra. J. V. Jlimet, Putor aJdtmt Church, Jkittm. Da. Arsat I havwened yonr PHIs with extraordinary snocese in my family and among Uioee I am called to visit In distress, To regulate the organs of digestion and purify the blood, they are the very beet remedy X have ever known, and I can confidently recommend tbetn to ! my mends. - yours, J. v. lUMO. Wanatw, Wyoming Co, N. Tk Oct. Hi, 18JI. . Dun 8m: I am using your Cathartle I'llls In my prac tice, and find them an excellent purgative to cleanse the system and puriyfis butifaitu a Ilit blood. JOHN 0. MKACHAM, M. D. Constipation, Costlveness, Sappresslon, Rncnmatism, Gont, Neuralgia, Drop ay, Paralysis, Fits, ato, j ... Drum Dr. J, P. FaiejAn, ilimiroal, danai. Too much esnnot be said of year Pills la ths ears of coitiMfitu. if others of our fraternity have bund llietn ae efficacious as I have, they should Join ma in proclnhn log It for the benefit of the multitudes who suffer from that complaint, which, although bad enough lu Itself, Is the progenitor of others that are worse. I bellsro cor fivenen to originate In tho Uvor,but your Pills affect that organ and cure ths disease. From Mr i. Stuart, PAtn'cfoi and ilidtcifi, Anton. I find one or two large dosss of yonr FUls, taken at ths proper time, are excellent promotlveeof the nainra! licit, (ion when wholly or partially suppressed, and also very effectual to ettanu the ttmnaat end txotl wonus. Thev are so much the best pbysio we hare that I recommend J ui win w uif iu(i.u From Hit Rtv. Dr. SawJut, of On MttiiodUd Qpli. C7iurcV Pciaski rtoust, SaTannah.Oa.. Jan. 8, 18M. nortoncD 8ia I I should he nngrnteful for ths relief your skill has brought me If I did not report ay case to you. A cold settled in my limbs and brought on excru ciating nturulaie pahii, which ended in cAroiu'c rneuma (ism. Notwithstanding I hud the best of nhyslclans, thf dileeae grew worse and worse, until by tne advice of your excellent agent In Daltimore, Dr. Mackenire, I tried your Pills. Their effects wero slow, but sure. By persevering in the use of them, I ain now entirely welL . . S Sbnati CaaafBEa, Baton Rouge, Ln.PS Dee. 185B. Da. Aier ! I have been entlrolr cared, by join- Pills, of kuumuliC Geutt painful disease that bad afflicted mr for yean. VINCKNT SLIDliLL. - AST Meet of the Pills in market contain Mercury, which, although a valuable remedy la skilful hands, is dangerous in a public pill, from the dreadful conic nuances that frequently follow Its tncautlons use. These contain no mercury or mineral substance whatever; ay Price, 25 cents per Box, or 6 Boxes for $L Prepared by Dt. T. C. AYEB St, CO,, Lowell, Haas. el Slight Cold, Cough, fSCaa-fi&cneia., or Sfoe hfiaai, iohicti ' mf?it t checked vAth a simple rem edy, 1 if. neglected,, qften ter minates serioucly. Few art aware jf (he importance qf stopping a $cju.ch or &llgjd. field, in its rst stoje; that which in the beginning 'would yield to a mild remedy, if not attended to, soon. attadka the lunga. were first introduced eleven years ago. It ha9 been proved that they are the best artiele before thl pMia for JScuiki, A2aijn.tMU tne uaaicng uoujjn in, szcjv SUmkticJl, and numerous affections of the JaktCjat, giving immediate relief. Public Speaker and Singerg, will find then effectual fir olearing and strengtheninrr the ieire, ' ' Sold by all (Druggists and QeaUn in Jtfedicine, at SS otnts per box. tot sals, wholesale or retail, by) 0. H0B1RTB, Druggist, No. 84 North High street. . 8. 1.8AVC1L, ; dselMfcwsm Wooden Eave Tronghs OONDUOTORS Now being minnfaotnred by . N. E. Lovejoy & aCo., Ocrosr of Spring and Water Streets, ovsr kteesrs. Ohlsa ex vjoi new nstoiy. ryElT ara ntds fross tha solid stick of pint, ooated M. oa ana aastoa wiia nassr-proof uesipoattWBi they axosl anything la ass for durability and cheapness; sea be applied to old buildings where tin has tiTsn aut, or to new buildings la preeeci of srecsloa, Is as to lona part of the eoruloe. - :u.....r.-. -.. i. t..k, Thee are oreeaed to fill eiders from an nart eif the 8tato, wtt-aaystosy Crsai Wja Jaehai wld wk kg- sstwwm new ew pal iaagt sy. apl-disjwtaxsaia :(ri" TELEGRAPHIC. tTFor laltft TtlegrtphU NnM,ttU Ptgt. Morning and Noon Reports. FROM THE SOUTH. Capture of Hamilton, N. C. FoETitag Moaaoi, Mot.' 11. The Richmond Whig of the 10th aaji Gen. Van Dora takei upon mmaeir tne reaponaiblllty or the failure In the laat battle at Corinth. Hesaja It ante from neither the faalt of bis officer or men, but was oia own miBioriaoe, Gor, Brown'e annoal message was reoelved In the leelilatnre on Thursday in aanealal me.. lagf. He take grounds against the ooniorlpt law, and submits the subject to the legislature iur auuuo. ae aieo reoommenal aotion on martial law, nabeat corpus and impressment oi private property. The excitement consequent upon the resort ed advaooe of the Abolitionists on Holly Springs, ua auueiunu. luey uia not oome mis side 01 Lamar, Miss. The Raleigh, N, C, Reglater entertains no oouot a movement la to be made agalnet the railroads rnonlog from Wilmington to Peters burg, and that Welden la to be the point at tacked. The enemy are within fifteen miles of Tarboro, twelve thousand strong. Gen. Hill had a fight with the enemy Mon day last, In Clarke county, Virginia. The General says the enemy was soundly thrashed and driven back five miles. The fight was ob stinate and our loss considerable. From the activity of both armies and the freqaont skir mishing taking plaoe.lt Is not Improbable a fight may take place at any moment. The pres ent object of the enemy seems to be to cot off Gen. Lee's communication with Rlonmond. The blockaders off Wilmington fired npoo and destroyed bark loaded with salt, while endeavoring to run the blockade. Twenty three of the Yankees came on shore to finish their work, and were captured and sent to Fort Fisher. The bark was from Nassau. The Yankee have advanoed In force upon Highland oounty, Va , about forty miles from Staunton. The enemy at Corinth Is largely reinforced, and is fortifying, entrenching and making every preparation to bold that plaoe. The Riohmond Ennulrar nf tha lf)ih .... significant movements are progressing along uo cuure ui ueu. uee a army. . Burring, per haps startling events seem to be rapidly ap proaching, promising In reality, a sharp and deolslva winter's campaign. In a few days con siderable change will probably take plaoe in the present Inactive state of affairs. Niw Yojc,Nov. 13,The Herald's corres pondent from North Carolina reports tbs occu pation of Hamilton. The letter, dated the 4tb, says we have just arrived at this plaoe, taking It with a grand cavalry charge and combined gnnboat movement. Our land foroes left Wil liamston yesterday afternoon, and enoamped for the night six milee below Hamilton, and more, .'orward at daylight this morning. The enemy Is in strong force, and haa precipitately retreated to Tarboro. We will seek the ear liest opportunity to afford him a fight. The people of the oonntry are greatly alarm ed at our approach; thsy flee from home and their property. The gunboats have successful ly co-operated with us. The gunboats had a few minutes' engagement with the enemy, as they came up the Roanoke river. Gen. Foster' eommand had a severe engage ment on Sunday night with three thousand rebel Infantry, at a breaetwork supported by alx nieces of artillery. We killed and wonndad sixty of the enemy. Oar loss was ten. The forces Immediately engaged wero the 24 tb Mats ,44ih Mass , Marine artillery, Belglere'a battery, and the 3d New York cavalry. The Marine artillery made a gallant and bold dash across a creek and lost four of their men. One of the Stb Masa was killed. The enemy left Hamilton, abandoning hts earthworks precipitately We move from this plaoe in two hours to take) Tarboro. on Tar river. The gunboats will oo-operate with ua. Ths North State and some other gunboat had an engagement day before yesterday on Tar rlrdr. Our marohea have been made with great rapidity, fizpect shortly better and mors important newa than I have referred to here. Ths Richmond Dispatch of the 10th says: It appears the enemy landed large foroes at Wash ington on Sunday and advanced toward Hamil ton and took possession of that town. It Is re ported they destroyed nearly the entire plaoe Their force there is reported to be about ton thousand Infantry, with forty pieces of artil lery, and considerable foroe of cavalry. They are also reported to have landed a large foroe at Palmyra, Halifax oounty, gome twenty-five or thirty miles from Weldon. General Pet- tigrew commands the Confederate foroes at Weldon. The Yankees are said to be commanded bt Glen. Foster. There was a resort on Saturdav that an enaraeemant ooonrrad In tha vlolnitv of 1. l . nl, aaxuuroon aoorway. FROM NASHVILLE. , Niw YoBK. Nov. 19. Tha Tribune ha tha following peoialt NasrviuI. Not. 13 Breckinridge sent flag of trnce from Murfreesboro late last night, asking an exohanee of nineteen nrlaonera. ine main reoeiiorce is railing back to ths South, nnder Polk and Backner. Bragg haa resumed command, Gen. Jo. Johnson's health being too mnoh impaired for field service. The railroad bridge aorosa the Harpeth at Fraaklin, Tenn, was destroyed bythe rebels a day or two ago. Ueu. Rosecrans has ordered tha Imnraaamant oi reoere negroea tor fatigue amy; alto tne organisation of negro pioneer oorp on his Cor- ) i I a ... . . win pian. JNIW Y01K. Nov. lS.Thn Herald ha tha following special: Naehviixs, Nov. 13 Gen. Roieorana has written a congratulatory letter to Gen. Negley, on the latter' sucoeeeful defense of Nashville, aovemoero. The rebels last nleht blaw no tha atnnaeinrk oi me onage over mm oreex, on tne raurrrees boro railroad, six miles from Nashville. The bridge has not been repaired. Moat of the rebel supplies ar forwarded to Chattanooga uu Atiauia irom raurireesDoro, wnicn is re ported evaouaiea oy tne rebels. Union refugees are preparing to return to Murfreesboro. Preparation are belnat mad to elect Renra- sente tires to the present Congress from dlstrlota In Tennessee, on the ooonpanoy of the Federal troops. Gov. Johnson will probably soon Issue a proclamation to that effect. 'I he Brst mail sines Sentembar SO arrived to. oay. novUions are eomlntr In abnndanti. Thil resorts in Northern nanera nf tha nhala shelling and boning part of Nashville are ut terly uniounaea. From Army of the Potomac. - 13. A' ipeolal dispatch to the Washington Star says the army, whioh I now maseea in ue vicinity of warren ton, baa been at a stand still sinoe the receipt of the order transferring the command to Bumslde. On the day preceding the night of Its receipt, Gea. MoClellan announced to his officers hi belief that within three or lour days at the farthest he would fight the greatest battle of the war and gain a victory for tha Union whioh would probably cod tho rebellion. No one blames Bumslde for the suddsa halt In tho army"! theft rapid advane. . ,;: ., , ; r At present our advance lav only npoo, ine. nor weru , oanK oi, . w appauannocx, ioongn Union, sooting cavalry partlaa sow in than venture Into Culpepper from on to flva miles from the river. ltfootbJlaathes4iaar. aTi. i??0, 'J2? .J"one now In command woia as uuipepper, will venture to ps a serious battle this side of the Rapid an, From Army of the Potomac. Gigantic Frauds on the Subsistence Department. mSSrJS' Vor: 1i"-Vo eighteen B,M fllfntlo system ef fraud uovwnmwnt ns been Agoing on In this city by means of forged bill on the Sub sistence Department on White street. The So !r?' 8olnn Kohereton, broker, and i . h ,?.,oka, h,T' Bw boi ot pnrobasiog bill on lb Subclstenos Depart ment in this oity for balf and sometimes one fourth their apparent value. Parties wero em ployed to hunt up contractors Who have sub- ated men, and aome of the latter were led to sign bills lor subsisting one thousand men where they bad really provided for but one hundred. As many as fifty perwn are Implicated In these fraud, quite a number of them are al ready In custody. Kohereton and Traoy were arretted and taken to Fort Lafayette. Oae ot the runner son f ease to having (old $100,000 worth of those bill, and another acknowledge a (till larger mm, a great deal of whioh were fraudulent. It g (opposed the whole will amount to not far from a million dollar. - Wl a a.. ' troBTaiBnioetaos,liOv. 12. It I rumored mat reri uuwaz ntt been ariduinn.n. Bla.n.tli.n.4 .m m I. ... .mwh.,. m umwj usee wsil of Solid Ot- sonry and s shroud of Iron mail over her moat exposea portions. A new earthwork- ha. ... cently been thrown npon tho James river bv unnnnjunriiiiigiui oi oooais, intended for live guns of heavy oalibre. BALTIMOBB. Nor. 13. Tha fnllnln t 85f'e, who have been confined In the old Cpltol Prlaon for the past three months from Illinois and Iowa, naasad thmnsh r.ih-.. this afternoon, havino? hAAn flnnlSiaiKlaw alia charged: Judge Andrew D. Duff, of Benton, 111 Judge John P. Miller, of Cairo, III.; Dr. " nun, oi xamoroa, in.; Uavldbbew ard. of Fairfield, Iowa, and D. A. Mahone, of Dubuque, Iowa. WAiBmorair. Nor. 12 Th W..m -.ii.wu ..ji ueuerui rremoni nas oeen or dered to report for duty. wen. weosworlb Is expected to return from the front to-morrow, and will a.nm ih 4n: of military Governor until assigned to a oom- wauu iu we neta. uecerai rrinee la expected to report for doty to General Banks as soon u he Is ex changed. A dispatch from Harper's Ferry to night re ports that rebel pickets were not aeen in that vicinity to-day. Resolutions of the Democratic Club of Springfield, Ohio, in Relation to the Assassination of Mr. J. F. Bollmeyer, of Dayton. At a regular meeting of ths' Democratic Club of Springfield, Ohio, held In their rooms on Saturday evening, November 8, 1863, on motion, Geo. Spence, John H. Thomas, William Reed, Chaa. M. Gould and Alfred Rsffeneper ger were appointed a oommllteo to draft resolu tion expressive of the sense of the Club In relation to the assassination of Mr. Bollmeyer, Editor of the Dayton ijtir. The committee made the following report, which was unani mously adopted: WataiAi, During the late political conteet, the Abolition party, by their conduct, their presses and poblio speakers, encouraged and threatened the asaassluatloa of those who differ ed with them on the nolhloal Issues of tha ri nd in many of the town and cities, In their PUbliO Speeches. bUOB-OUt thC'Binnernf Blood hereby encouraging the hand of the aeaaesln,! aua luvuiDg oi?!! war ana oioodsned In our midst; and, ... waxiias, On ths morning of November 1. 1869, the editor of the Dayton Empire, J, F.i Bollmeyer, waa murdered on the street or Dayton by an Abolitionist, because be dared advocate the Freedom of Speeoh, the Liberty of the Press and the doctrine of the American Conetitntloo; therefore, . iteiMtxa, mat we look npon the murder of Mr. Bollmeyer as the natural result of tha par tisan ammoeitea and vindlotive teaching of the Abolition barty. and we shudder at tha thought that Ii further persisted in, we may be hold more blood upon our hearthstones and a "massacre that will teal tb nation' eternal grave." Rtetleti, That the Democratlo Club of Springfield look with terror and alarm at the rapidity with which this nation is drifting into sua u.ys ui aiaogater wuion onaraoicriced the dissolution of civil institution and society in r ranoe, and to the carnival of blood which must ensue should the Abolition party and other vio lent men of the North, foroe upon the conser vative, law-abiding and Union loving oltlztns of the States the terrible ieaue already com menced In the city of Dayton. Emlud, That the Democratlo Club look upon the aot which robbed the Democratlo or ganisation of one of Its ablest champions, and tuv vunsuiuuou oi a popular, tearless and no cessiut ueienaer, as bloodthirsty and cowardly, for wblcb the extreme penalty of an outraged law will but poorly atone. Kteotota, That we are now and am haw been the devoted friends of law and order, and we hereby express our determination to uphold uu uuieuu sue nrinuiDiaa ror wmon ins tuwtnm of the Empire battled and met his fate; that we wm aeiena our own press ana citistn from mob and other unluat and Inlnaitnna logs of tho Abolition party, and endeavor to bring to justioe all mobiteawbo Infringe open Or endanger the rights of our own cltiaen. - AetMeeo, mat in view oi Mr. Uallmever being the Aral victim of Abolition violence, tha Dam. ooratlo Club of Springfield aut-aestto tha nart ttuongeoul the State, through their Central com mittee ana other organiaations, the propriety of erecting a suitable monument to bt memory a a illght token of their appreciation of the principles ror wmon n noniv ronghl while liv tor, and for whioh hi Ufa waa taken. i Kmlti, That the Demooratlo papers In the State be requested to publish these proceedings ana can ine attention oi their reader to the resolution In favor ot a monument, that aome speedy aotion may bs taken to accomplish that sua. GEORGE SPENCE, Chairman. CHAS, M. GOULD, Secretary. The Prince de Joinville Prophesying on the "Proclamation." The Prince de Jolnvllle ba ust published In the Paris Revtu at Dn Moudts an Interest ing as well as remarkable paper on tho subject of the campaign he recentl mads, with hi. two royal nephew, by the ilde of Gen. MoCll. an. ai tne oiose or tbe Prince' narrative oc curs the following striking passage which we translate for the edification of thoae who thought tbe proclamation of the 83d of Sept. would "help us abroad:" "If the struggle between the two sections now In arms should bo prolonged, II the solu tion of their great conflict should be much further postponed, then evlla of another charac ter may spring from It. Urgoi on by the pas sions and the necessities ot the struggle, tbe Federal Government may proclaim the abolition of alavery, and may sven be impelled to em' ploy t terrible means of carrying: on" tha war by . arming the slaves against their matter. Bat suoh a measure, aoart from lu featnras nf violence and barbarity, would be ot no profit iw suiasa wuu auutua aaopt it. . it Would teed to an irrepreatioi division in the bosom of ths Northern States, far more benefiolal than Injurious to ths secession cause." Hon. S. S. Cox. As it is ootjceded tbe Demoeraey have tho next U. S. iioas of JUpreaentatiya, the Democratlo paper throughout) th country are urging tb nam of th gallant member of tk Capital dlstrlol of Ohio, S. B. Cox, aa the next Speak of tb Houe.t..i woaid ttoaa axoellent talaeUou, and one that tbe Demoeraey of Ohio dem.'Csi gentinet. THE NEXT NATIONAL HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. List of the Members already —Statement of the Hereafter Chosen—The Body Hereafter Chosen—The Body sure to be Conservative by a Handsome Hereafter Chosen—The Body sure to be Conservative by a Handsome Majority. Th followlns I a li as r 'J'!. . wady elected to the next National Horn of Rtnreaentatlvaa. eiiUm.j r...!7. . Rbiic.n.7 MAINE. J-JfoD.K. BwosUCi 4-Joaa B. tie. A . , Ooasamura .' . ' BepahUoan.M MASSACHUSETTS. 8-John B. lsper..f...pl eWoaarjl31S'5 wr,BBATic;r"--fitw'i Ooaserrati iK-HsaiyL. Daws....J SSaUsa MASSACHUSETTS. NEW YORK. B-tlosesf. 0d.ll.7.,C Z&IZ.rrMj"'i 4-beniamlnWoo4 . 1liZ?TL'"?'"- - - ' t " f"-n..ilimea 7-fi ir . o.snKCa: !C-Orlaado Kellegg., viooKrraiiTsv.,... .,, m Jtepnblfcaaf """.!J!!l5 - w, luawmi.v r ti.sv.TiB VUksanamnaW K IS-John B. Bteel,..M,..0(v-augojta raak llexIirihrlM H Wlw.SI.tJ nT. ..v "-swawijB.tttoa..., M..atl . as NEW JERSEY. John I. Starr Bf Andrew 1 . tsa siepaoiioan............. M t PENNSYLVANIA. 1 Bsaasl J. Bandall...O B Charles O'Neill B 3- Leonard Uyers B 4- WllllamD.Ksllsy....B 5- M.BnssellThsysr....B S-John D. Stiles C llS-H. U. Tracw." ...... It Willi. m H. Will.. IJ Joseph Bel ley. '. io A. B. Ooffroth 17 AiehbaM MoAUslar.. IB J .MM T "U-t- 7 John at. Broomall...B l-jetW. Sehoaeld...., MU ar o Bjaenhaea I. Aooooa.C Ml Joan L. Dawssa...!'i M sr. w i a 10 slyer Btrouss .0 11 Philip Johasoa.. .0 SO-Thomaa WUllasa....'i iw unarJe. D.niMn. r iu -WW ... vjs-esss ajaaaas........ Conservatives. .....7T7.!7!r7r...7 1 Kepubltoins.... , J DELAWARE. William Tsmpls.... OonstrratlTs .......C ....1 OHIO. - Pesdleton... 0111 Weils A. BatahlaS...O ai,,is,i?'Loj, -oli8-w.. a. iincZ!::::? a-Bort C. Hchenck...K 13-Joha O'SelU 0 J-y-f hcKiaaey CU-Oeore lla..M...0 S-fraok 0. Le Blond.. .0 IS -James Morrls.....0 e-OhUtoa A. Whlts....ClWoeeph W. Whits....s) 1X1 ?0)l 0 17-Bphrlas A. Bekley..K B-Willlam Johntja....O 1 Bans S. 8psnldlnc..B B-W.rren P. Nobla O lll-J. A. Qvtk7..U. 10 Jaatss M. Ashley. ...hU -, OonservatlTts ......14 Kepabllcans $ INDIANA. 1 Joan Law ,0 T-Daalel W. Trbe...0 8 flood love P. Onh....B SWMAhn.l. riAln. jaares A. OrsTsns...C H. W. Harrington.. .0 iea, a. aouaaB.....o S-Oeorgs W. Julian. ...a S Bbeneaap rjnmanr t. IU Jaaach BT. - ' - - I 11 James t. MeowsU..O Con sanative BcpubUoana....... '.'.'.'.A 7 ILLINOIS. L-Iaas N. Arnold.. ..B, tWohaX. Stuart 0 8-B. B. Washbaroe....B tl -Lewis W. Boas. 0 S-Joha P. faraewortb JtllO-a. L Knapp... 0 J-Uharku Si. Harrta...O U-J. 0. kablasoa.....O S-Owsa Lovejoy B IS Wa. t. Morrlsoa...O 9" or,J1" B i-Wse. J. A.llen.....0 7 John U. Bden.......0lat laiie-Wes. 0. Ailea..O - Coneervatlvse... 9 Bepaolloaas..... , . IOWA. !-Jtaatf. WUsoa..MB 4 H. at. Bfartla...,...0 B-Hima Pries a 8 John A. Kiseoa.....A B-WllUaa B. A1Ussb..a 6 a. W. aabsard A Coaearvauva........M.,..M.M.M..........t Bspublrsaat. ( KANSAS. a avrivunii, ......... ... .........g WISCONSIN. MaaesS.Browa Of 4-Ohas. A. Ildrt4f..0 B Itnamar 0. Sloan.... B I 5 aire Wm.i.,..T....n amaiaOobb El a Luther Hanakatt.... CoaMrvailves i' Aspukllsans.... J MICHIGAN. 1 S..i..i I n , tat. n . - i. v. n una... a sr. rv eaeuegg .....a S-Charlee Upson......B I f A. 0, Baldwin 0 3 J. W. Longyear. B S Joan r. Drlggs A ;-'" a Conservative v i MINNESOTA. 1 William Wlndoa. . ... 1 8 Ignstias DaaaaUy. . .A BBaaalKllta " "am r saswMaaaaii ar aa a ( MISSOURI. 1-f ranal P. Btolr, Jr.B I -AuaHa A Elaa......O X John a. ImH nls-.w . U-1 , j. - f.TU- B I sWss. s'. ttolims-V.'.V.A i J. M. MsOlurf A I vwsnrsans.H H OREGON John f . stoBrld. - tst(( os so a. i aajwytawisajaaH etttsii stitti kss A RECAPITULATION. Ooajsrvatlra. Rsaakuaan. .........,,,, a 4 9 Maseacbusstta 1 New York -....IB New Jersey.... ...............,. a Pennsylvania 1 Delaware 1 Ohio 14 Illinois. f . Indiana......... T Iowa 1 Kaaae. ........................... Wlsoonsla S Michigan. l aUnsassta 11 I 1 f i ' 1 8- a Aiasoart 4 Oregon 1 . . , .. W ., .78 . In tbe preaent Congress, the delegations fioai tke above sixteen State stand as follows: Con- ervatives, 45, Republicans, 96. The following Slates have yet to elect Con-. gressmen: . "Na.'lfu.W.. Termeat a J New D-ipehlr.. ....... ............ ) . Bhods Island S CoanaeHcat. Maryland .......................... f Kentnoky. 8 " California u 8 1 Virginia (probably)..- $ North Carolina (probably) S Tsbbsmm (probably) ...,. 8 Total. Of these, It Is likely tbo lblloaoBwIU elect 3 in Vermont, 3 in Bit Hampahlra, sad 3 In Conneollout making 8 la all; while the Conservatives will elect tha remaloder 29 In number.' This will make the next Honse stand thasi Con ervatives, 107; Republican, fll Conaarvativ majority, 86. .Thapraaeot Houaa is divided aa loliowt: Conservatlva, 71; R-, publloan. 107 Repubtloao majority, 36- t. p. binqham. ' " I, a. 'ecrrxr. ifiMHAM & MDFFKY, ii COL'JMBUS, OHIO. i ? ; ' rWOB-In Headley, Bbsrly St Bichards1 Building SaoSeathHIahBtrsat. , . ;..J . Iapl7-41y. . RECAPITULATION. Notice. N4 tlcer la norehp vtwea taat ahora will bs a petition aressnisd I tha ComI sal oners ,of f rtnklln oounty. Ohio, at their asxt Deccutwr aeet ling, praying tor aa alteration la the OolBeumaaad Itmlr aware road west of tha Oleataafy. kegiaataf at a point where W. Shrum's south lice tnierseeic sua roaai .ih.fiM.tMth ateat 3j iter a- Wevista tree la D. (Thomas's Ian, near aiedwelHng: theses a aoutrrtastv 5rly dlrsetlott, laterassiicr san eta rota aneat n pots orth of th brtdje, yemtss thoi tU lasrfe JsB. IIL Daniel Saataa and Ohltteadea. OeiJL, lflmtiBww.