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THE NATIONAL PLATFORM.
Purposes of the War.
v a vot mut oliAinMf'), naa
.-.lliwTWssoLOTioa, woicb bxisss th voice 01
Mm KiTTO tSTHS TBOB RUB,U 0 lOVALTV I
hii th proaentdoplorabl civil war ha been few
oa wintry by In. disunion! of tin Southern
f KS. mw la anil anlftrt th Oonitltutlooal GoTern
"TlT - .J?!. r?hio.t,itl: that In thla Na-
buhlD all feeling of
lpwkii tad TOtwtmant, will Wcollaot onlj, Its
toth whol. oo.nt7; aVrtOWa war W
I" J-Vw iZZ, ' JiA. 0w0y, totality, and
l.r- rii .4 - 1 ......
77.7. .rf wm o otn Oat x
Zjuldt iMr sm&orUy: tat marmot mgogrda
ZMmUttoooinM population, but ago -md
TrlAai it carried 0 wiM U
Purposes of the War. GEO. B. McCLELLAN.
Ud( IAiJ ormw mom "
1, j Jl. 1 Ini Ar
Purposes of the War. GEO. B. McCLELLAN. GEO. B. McCLELLAN.
7aoU ttal JM ffowrmi oaa
Purposes of the War. GEO. B. McCLELLAN. GEO. B. McCLELLAN. STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS.
Millions of Free Negroes to be
Discussed at the Next Session of
Discussed at the Next Session of Congress.
c The New York rmif , wblcb has become a
fiaroe radical AboUtlon organ, relerrlng to the
etenta that i ma? tranaplre during the next.aee
nf Can new. nw "One thing, at leait.
U certain, the nexi -eeaaion iof Congieea will
witness one of theoet amuing tranBaetfoni
erer recorded in hiatory the lnetant liberation
h. adlot of war of oyer three mluloaa of Blavea.
And the liberation of these," the Tim adds,
"111 Incidentally and not very remotely draw
with ll the onfranchiaciment of one million
i The edict of war" here referred to.U the
brocUmatioB which the Radical are determin
ed the FreAdent ebutl ieeoe on or about tbo first
at JaunarT next, in fnrtheiance of hie pioola
nation of the22i oi Seot)mber laat. Thla be
moat lease, or they will make war upon bim
allgmaiize him ai a coward, inefficient and un
faithful to hie pledges. They will compel film
to. resign, or failing in this, will attempt to un
seit'hlm by fraud or force. They have him.
at leant they feel quite1 rare, tbat they hare
bim, in, their power, and they mean to nee bim
lii effect their purpoxa-
. The Timet and. other radical journal, feel
leg confident! thftttha Frealdent will continue
it yield 10 the "pressure," to which he ao re
luctantly auceumbed in September, assure tbe
world that that wonderful edict will be promui
gated at the beginning of tbe New Year, which
with the potency of a mighty enchanter's "Pres
to! Change.!" te to. transform, In the twinkling
of an jje, three million of ignorant negro
slave Into enlightened freemen, and in a very
shcrt lime, work the same miracle In tbe case
of one million more. Three Millions of Ne
gross to be set Free at New Year's, and One
Million more probably before Spring! Four
HiUtona of freshly made Free Negroes, and
all made so by simple paper order from
Asiahi Lincoln! Surely, the New Year will
bring In not merely the dawn, but the full blase
of the ons;-pr6mised and loog-foogbt for
tlon and Negro Milkaniata! .
The Tinui regards this eooanmmation as tbe
climax or crown of "the wars and rumors of
wars the distress and perplexity among the
people" and with tbe profane penrenion of
Saorsd Writ, characteristic of Abolition edi
tors and preachers, professes to see in it a fur'
Ailment of the prophecy "a nation shall be
born in day."
Having informed the American people and
'(he reel of mankind" what the President Is to
aohisve during tbe coming session of Congress,
the Timt$ proceeds to unfold what will be ths
great, in fact, tbe sole business of Congress it
self. It will not he to maintain the Constltu
Hon, restore the Union, prevent foreign inter
yentlon, and end the war as .speedily as possl
Me no, not these inferior and trifling topics,
bat tbe Negro will claim the chief attention
Of the grave Solons In onr National Legists
tort. ; -
' Not only most Congress enact laws in aid
of the President's Abolition edicts, but ths
disposition of the four millions of freed negroes,
the Timet says, "will be one of tbe chief sub'
J sots of Investigation and decision at the ensn
fug session of Congress." It will be fonnd, ao
cording to ths Timet, and no donbt It is right
on thla point, a subject very fruitful of discus
sion, but a most knotty and perplexing one
"What settlement," the Timet asks, "shall be
made of tba ignorant and penniless millions so
ool so be thrown npon Freedom," or in other
words, npon . the. government and the people?
It declares tbat colonization in. foreign coon
trie la simply absurd. 80 the Radicals gensr
all allege. ; Bat he Tbiut says: "In ths
South the negroes must have their homes. But
in what parts of the South under what politi
aal system in wbat relation to Ibt whites,
and In what relation to the Stats and National
Governmemst" - '
I Well may the Times add, as it does "Thee
are problems difficult to solve" involving as
hey do a complete and entire revolution" and
change In the social and political organization
of tba JSnth The Timti does not expect Con
gress at the next session to decide any of these
questions! "It will," to quote the Thmi again,
"loaoiaiate the dabates on these great social
and political questions.'? and that will doubtless
keep U buy ontll the d!h of March whei, to
ths great relief of the oountry no donbt, I, will
go out of exletenoe, . Bat from the first Mon
dsy of December nntil that time, its great
business will be to begin, not to finish any of
these new sndTlnlermlnable' discussions of and
eoneer nlog lbe Inevitable Negro' :' May we
not hope something better of the new Congress,
whose, existence wilt date from the 4th ofJ
March, 18C3T J.' V i i- :,: :-:.ijfl
taa Cohootoa Dmteri and New Lisbon
Psfrwt ara onl for the Hoot;Cv,t,rVUAi
mkas for Oaveraor of Ohio."'- ' . ' . '
.WBf-M; ,Z l'0
Discussed at the Next Session of Congress. The Report on the Surrender of Harper's
Discussed at the Next Session of Congress. The Report on the Surrender of Harper's Ferry.
-n.. of the oommlastoe relative
i .K- of Harper's Ferry U a curiosity
Id Its way. "The rebel," J P. "did
oot uke possession of Harper's Ferry till more
than a day after its evacuation, and at the veiy
mnn.nt Colonel Ford abaudonea meryi
M.ihu hla little nrmv was Id reality relieved
by General Fbanblm' and 6 '' eorpa (of
McCiiiAAire army) atCremptonsu.p,.u.
.... milM f hi ooiltlon." Now eaarB wnai
fc.tu Tk Ganeral-lnCulel tsstiaes iu,
lo bis opinion. Geaerel McClblla! could and
hniiM h relieved and protected Harper
Ferry, and In lb.il opinion the Commission inuy
Discussed at the Next Session of Congress. The Report on the Surrender of Harper's Ferry. There is Joy in Old Joshua's Household.
The Aihtabula Sninl, Josbo R. Giownoi's
organ, thus profanely, not to say blasphemous
ly, eiult over the removal 01 umrauvw-
lan:', ". : . .. '
r n.ni rP-tlu ha to God Another
.real victory has been won, and the nightmare
n .. i i m W a maw nnar nnna
or tne nation bdmbu - j
Car triumDb. and a salvation of the country.
Daylight breaks absad. The Fresldent Has re-
prooUmftiioD. . .
Discussed at the Next Session of Congress. The Report on the Surrender of Harper's Ferry. There is Joy in Old Joshua's Household. The Coming Campaign in the Southwest.
Snklne oi ths nreparatloo for a "last on
a.t. aa It stvUs U. "upon the rebellion In the
Southwest," tbe New York -iwrnii saye.mai
"no kee than seven porfnl armies wilt 0 ar-
fn. nmratlen alorc a line, extending
frnm the western slops of the Virginia AHe-
ghanles to tbe western confines of the Arkan
sas." There will be:
l. The armv concentrating in the Kanawha
Valley under major urn. vu
o k...n.nf Mtlnr Oeo. Granser, oan
lied opposite Cincinnati, and now moving
- 3. The grand "Army of the Ohio," under
M.ior.Gan. Rosecrans. at this time upon it
seeoud march to Middle Tennessee.
4. The army of West Tennessee unuer
""" . r, 1
n Tk. f.irmintr nnfler laaior-ueaerBi
MoClemand for servloe along the Mlssietippl
river. . . .. .
fi Tk, m, nf the HoulUWeBt I major ureu
Curti' old command; now operating in ooum
7. The "Army of the Frontier," at present
campaigning in Northwestern Arkansas, under
W sre Informed by Ulegraph that Judge
Hassjs. one of tbe United states senawrs
from New York, recently delivered an address
to the students at tbe Albany Law School, In
which hs said he was grieved and indignant at
Gen. McClillan's removal, regarding it as a
fatal mistake- He also stated that he had
written a letter to MoCluxan expressing tbat
Matos Wightman, of Boston, hai been nom
inated for re-election by the Democrats. ,;
Hon. John J. Chitindsn, Representative In
Congress from ths Eighth distriot of Kentucky,
ha arrived in Washington.
Two Government Commission brokers have
been sent to Fort Lafayette, from New York,
for bnylng claims on the Government at a dis
Nivrs from Key West reports the capture of
two rebel schooners while attempting to run the
.Sous Trappist Monks have started a colony
In Lower Canada. , - '
Br tbe arrival of tbe City of Baltimore fiom
Europe, we have news of the deatrnctlon of
another vessel by the pirate Alabama.
A smooquno party was lately routed on the
Virginia coast, and one boat oaptured, contain
ing three Hereon, including a son of Geo. N
8anders, bearer of rebel dispatohes to Europe
Gov. Bbowsj of Ga., in his message to the
Legislature, takes ground against the oonscrip
tlon law, the impressment of private property,
and tbe suspension of ths writ of habeas cor
Ma. Cx. Hamilton arrived in Cincinnati on
the 19th Inst., on bis way to Nashville where
hs Is ordered to report to Gen. Rosecrans.
Thi Corcoran brigade sailed on the 11th
last , under command of Col. John E. MoMi
boa. The steamer United States, Catawba
Pocahontas, and Connecticut were detailed to
convey them to Fortress Monroe. Gen. Cor
cor an will go on by railroad to meet his men,
Tbe following Major Generals are now with
out a command:
Geo. B. MoClellan,
John C. Fremont, -Geo.
Edwin D. Morgan,
Irvin McDowell, -Caseins
Ethan A. Hrtohoock,
Fits John Porter.
Jambs 8. Gum, Esq , one of the fir?t direc
tors of the Camden ft Amboy railroad company,
and who also oocupled the position of Treas
urer, died at his rssidenee in Princeton, N. J
on the 8;h Inst. Mr. Green was one of the
prinoipal lawyers In New Jersey. His age was
seventy-one years. ,
Ths new silver mines discovered in Califor
nia are causing groat excitement in San Fran
Cisco. Companies are organizing and selling
stock before a development takes place. The
mining companies organized in Ban Franclico
within a year have a nominal capital of over
$70,000,000. . Tbe epeoniatire exoitement is
Tmi rebel journals have, a report that tbe
notorious George N. Banders haa returned to
the South from his hasty and seoret journey to
England; but tbo manner of his last escape
through our lines is not stated. He claims to
have received great encouragement in Eng.
A urrrza from oft Charleston of tbe lrJth
ult, to a Boston paper, furnishes Important
newa. The rebels had launched a powerful
rem, and two more were ready for plating
with Iron which they expected every day from
EugUnd On tha same night an Iron-plated
(team rnn tbe blockade, and tuts vessel.
is supposed, contained the expected material
the completion of the rams
Ti following fleet have just sailed from
New York, the destination being known only
Washington, but supposed to ba a cbaae for
Alabama: . v
Taula. Tom. Kate
Bat. - . flan.
8tam filgat 13
steam gunboat....... t
OoarUr. ... .. ax
Total tons... 9314
. Total goo.
Ooa dlspateaea lva tha sabitance of aa ad
dress made by Mr. Cobden to his constituents
Rochdale, on the Amerloan question. Me Is
opposed to InUrferenee. .. It could do bo good.
does not believe la the dissolution of tbe
ABurtcsn Union, and ha think, those who pro
fess ao mash anxiety for Italian anlly ought to
appreciate more the same Uolen in this eons
' 'i -'.'' , u-''w ad-
Gem. HoClexxah left Warren toa oa If onlay,
wUiie slt' irs'; t't'-Ot p
the 10th lust., In a pwlal
Washington about 5 F. M. At warrsntou
Junction a salute is nreovnua ido iruvp.
broke ranks and gathered about mm to near
his parting words. H reecnea newmoro
In the evening, and was most enthusiastically
reoeived by an Immense orowa, wnion uu
gathered at the railroad depot. The General
prooeeded straight on to Philadelphia, and
thenoe to Trenton, New Jersey, receiving at
every point at whiohthe cars stopped, ths most
cordial greetings from tne crowus id
gathered lo do him honor. , ;
The Removal of General McClellan.
The removal of General MoUlellan is m,w
by the tadloal Journals the ooosslon of a com-
bined aaun on oim, wu '" ', r-.
the people. It will fall,
duce a great effect on
as every radical scneme iaua in inw euu, -uu
this eepeolally because of the weakness of the
artillery directed against bim. It Is stated
.1.-4 .HuiK.oH nrriiwa. which DO O0S belleVOS
or will believe till be has been heard; and as
m formal complaint Is laid against him, it may
be considered a radical slauder, unfounded In
faat It Is also Stated tna oe
relieved Harper'. Ferry by marching fster in
Maryland, The Idea I imply ridiculous, and
on seeking Its origin, ws find a paragraph sand
wiched In at tne cioe oi
veaticating commission, casting this slur on
Mr.iiii.n. The Diraeran Is evidently sn
afterthought no part ol tbe original report
and has been put In, in a rudely disconnected
.i.i. in hi fTt on nome one. The whole
world has been ringing with the miracle of that
iift and splendid Maryland oampalgn. It
was tbe most rapia sou uoceiui vbiu'K"
u,Mrtn the lorn out and demoralised
iii th nnmmand of which McCtellsn was
mAnni, called) which btaiory relates. This
accusation wpold be laughed at, If It were not
too eeriou a bosluees for Inughrer. Jotrrn at
of Commerce. . ,
[From the Baltimore American]
Great Advance in the Price of Paper.
At the present price of printing paper the
subscribers to newspapers aro scarcely paying
more for their printed sheet than the prime
oost of the white paper on which they are
printed Tbe adranoe in tne price id mo mut
ten days la fully twenty-five per cent or nearly
one dollar per ream on tbe paper used by the
American, not this is not an. iurt'.
nd with a still further advance, and tbe prob
ability Is tbat tbe white sheet will soon oost
mnrs than the subscriber pays for ths printed
sheet. This oondition of affairs cannot, of course,
be sustained by tbe press, and we look to a very
general advance in the charge to sabocribera
and airents for their papers. Some of the
Northern naoers have already advanced from
two to three cents per copy, and the New Yoik
dailies sre said to be discuisiog the imperative
necessity of an advance. ' -,
This Increase In tbe coat of paper Is said to be
mainly oaueed by the fact that the Government
contractors are using rags In the manufacture'
of blankets and cloth lor to army, producing
tha article called "shoddy " Tbey bare bought
np all the stock in tbe market, and will In due
time force npon tne uovernmeni mis miaeraoie
substitute for eloth. Another canee of the ad
vance Is the Government tax on paper and all
tbe vhemloles used In Us manufacture.
There Is probably no species of business so
heavily taxed a the newtpaper proprietor. He
is reauired to pay all theee combined taxes on
tbe paper manufacture, baa an additional tax of
lores per cent, on an tne aaveruaements in nis
paper, and pays the tax on all the other mate
rials used in bis business. Thon his income, II
any should be left, is taxed, and nnless he ad
vauoes tbe orloeto be paid by his readers, whlob
will be light to them the probability is that
be will at least escape tne tax oa. income.
[From the Boston Traveler.]
Printing materials ot ail kind btve verr
materially advanced since tbe commencement
of the war. Un tome articles ot prime neces
sity to the printer, the sdvanoe is fully equal to
thirty per cent, in addition to tnis tne uovero
meut taxes tbsm three per cent, on tbe paper
they use, three per cent, npon their advertise
ments, and three per cent, upon their Income,
if they are fortunate enougb to nave any. .
[The Boston Transcript.]
Many of the New England paper manufac
turers appear to oe nuea wun tne gloomiest
forebodings. Tbe market is Dare ot took, tor
eign and domestic. Tbey say: The question
is not wbat advance newspaper publishers will
have to submit to but, whether they oan supply
stall! This being tbe evil, it is evident tbat
all newspsper publishers will soon be compel!
ed to increase their subscription pries; penny
papers will be sold at two cents, and all two
cent papera at taree. - j. ,
Unhid States Cisccit Copit. The Couit
was occupied yesterday afternoon in bearing
the case of Nicholas Jeroleman against John
Hood, action for damages. All the partlea re
sided in Marion, Ohio, were highly respectable,
and members of tbe Presbyterian Church.
jeroleman entered the army as Captain in an
Ohio volunteer regiment, and sent bis wile to
Newark, New Jersey, to remain during bis ab
sence. Hood, who was a business man at Ma
rlon, and also State Senator, commenced a cor
respondence with Mrs. Jeroleman, and on bis
frequent bnsioess visits to Nsw lotk used to
visit her at Newark, where he seduced ber
Suit was brought by the Injured husband In tbs
Circuit uoori, and tbe jury gave a verdict for
tbe plaintiff: damages llVW.Vlntlani H tr
out, mut. - . r
Hoon is one of the Abolition Senators in the
present Ohio Legislature, which begins Its
next seaelou on the 1st Monday of January,
Glosious Illinois Democratlo to the oore
a Democratlo Leelelatare, Demooratio offl
oers all thronch a majority of Democratlo
Coogressmen, atd a certainty of eleollDR
Lemoorano Uoitoa States Senator to fill tbe
place of Stephen A. Dooglaa! Glorious III!
oois! It aires ns joy to think tbat she lavs
alone side of Iowa, and that we live where we
can look over and see ber. If we can't live In
a Democratlo State, It makes ns feel good to
live wbere we csn see one. Vvenport lowa)
Death of a Congressman Elect.
A rumor ot tbe death of Col. E. R. Ecklev.
the Repnblican Conaresaman elect from this
district, has reached town. The rumor comes
through a "reliable gentlemen," yet we hone
It may be groundless, ss his death will be mnoh
lamentea by bis numerous personal and politi
cal friends oi (bis locality. He died In camp,
near uorintn. wauvuu rutxot.
Great Snow Storm.
One of the heaviest falls of snow seen for
some years, even In tbe depth of winter, sovsr-
ea tbe ground yesterday, it is tbe earliest vis
itation of the sort known to the oldest inhabl.
tant, and Is especially remarkable aa settling
ue question lately aeoatea witn moon enersv
in the press of New York, whether MoClellan
will get to Kiobmoaa in lime lo keep s merry
Christmas of paelfled States, or at an earlier
date, aa the Herald vehemently maintains.
Kuhmontt V.) Cztmner, an, bin.
[Correspondence of Philadelphia Evening Journal.]
Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln.
WASHINGTON, November 5
While I am always ready to give Mr. Lin
ooln, with whom I am still, and ever expect to
be, on terms ol courteous social relationship,
ths credit of being an honest, well-meaning
man, still I osn not shut my eyes to tbe faot,
wblcb I personally Know, that tbe frealdent is
conscientious Abolitionist, and believes in
bis heart hnmsn slavery Is sluful. To be ture,
view have been somewbst modified, and
bis action to a certain extent mollified by tbe
Influence of bis wife, who, although not a very
refined or well educated lady, Is nevertheless a
woman of vigorous Intellect, and possesses and
maintains vsry decided views of ber own on
all subjects, whether domeitio, religions or
political. . ' ' r. "' '
It is not generally known that it was Mrs.
Lincoln's Influence wblcb, up to the Greeley
imbroglio, kepi tbe President straight on tbe
sonstilotlonal questions Involved In tbe slavery
bnslness. This distinguished lady, as I well
know, bss not the slightest doubt tbat slavery
slave Slates is protected by tbe Constitution.
de aot violate any of th eaSSnlUes of 11
life when I inform yot and tbe rest of the world
bat fbs President's "better half" does aot hot.
''.. ..3 OVA W WO V", ',") .' - v. rUi ,.-. V i
tfit-f Sa-tj tbviif (i tt 5'' rot
ltate to say, lu a frank and open we, that shs
hopes to never see tbe day when Abraham Lin
oo In will oooupy tbe same platform with Jeffer
son Dsvls, and break pthe Constitution to de
slroy slavery because Davis sends It In frag
menu to preserve the "peculiar Institution."
You will agree with me, Mr. Editor, that Dan
iel Webster oould not state the cue more suo
olnotly, or record a more comprehensive sylla
bus of the international matter, than Mrs. Lin
coln has. Would that tbe Presldsnt llitened to
the instinctive, wonisnly counsels of his shrewd,
end, we respectively stale, strong minded wife.
I use the phrase "Instlnotlve, womanly coun
Tax Ssnate Chamber at Washington Is
ready for tbs oarpstlng and desks ot members.
The Representatives' Hall Is being sorubbed
out. Exchang Pptr.
Yes. It I "being scrubbed out," and the
f olltloal vermin of Abolitionism reoedes from
is marble halls. The people have taken np tbe
broom and the mop, and Ohio, Indiana and Penn
sylvania "sorubbed out" some twenty Treasury
rats on the 14th of October. New York, New
Jersey, Illinois, etc., performed some "sornb-
Klno nn ttm 1th nf Nnvamhar. and are truat
enough was done on that day to make tbe Rep
resentatives' Hall a comparatively decent place.
A PsniNTitj xnt. Tbe Albany Journol
tates that Gen. Mitchell had a preeectiment
tbat be would not live long. Just as hs was
leaving that olty he said to a friend lb at It was
not likely be anonio see nim again, as ne teit a
strong oonvlotlon that he should fall a victim
either to the ollmate or the bullets of the reb
els. Tbe eouvlctlon proved true.
At the sanonap of the Town Btreft M. B. Church,
Nov. 13, by th Rev, D. D. Ualhtr, Mr. Oram Jin.
nim and Mia Ractiti. B. Jbhmhoi, daughter of 111 I
Jauingi. all of this oily.
May too happy pair tojoy a long aad proiptroui
D. B. BALTON
Friday Evening, November 14.
THREE GREAT PLAYS!
Faint Heart Never Won Fair Lady
LOAN OF A LOVER.
Masiah M. Bnitb,
ARE YOU POUTED 'ROUND
BAIN tb SOINT,
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. Id tha Olty; alto, . -.
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Meeting of the State Board of
HBADQTJABTEBB, OHIO VOLUNTfcBR MILITIA
tvtaton Oimixal' Orricx.)
Oolumbu, Nov. 13, 1112. J
THE BOARD OFEXArnifSEBS WILE,
convent on WBDNBBBAY, the lUthday of Decem
ber, at 10 o'clock, A. H., in the city of Oolumkue, for
in axaminauen or oudtdatea rnr the potltlon of Bur
geon and AMiatant Surgeon, 0. V . At .
Applicant far admlMlou to examination muit be
graduate of torn reiular "Uedical School, and brinr
certiScata of good moral character.
To faeilltat tha examination, candldatea will pleaie
forward to th efllo their diploma and cartlflcatet
prior to the day or meeting.
By order of th Oovernon
B. M. SMITH,
MEDICAL COLLEGE OF OHIO.
Session of 1862-3-
THB REOCiliAK COTJURB OF IN
X bTRUOTION In th tfedloal Oollee of Ohio wtll
open on MONDAY, th8d day of November, and con
tinue four month. Preliminary Lecturae will be deliv
ered during th month ol October, embracing chiefly
cnniceai in nopiii anu uoucg Aiipnary,
h. M. lAWBOK. If. D.,
Profeasor of tha Inatltnte and Practlc of Medicine
OBO. 0. BLAOKMAN, M. D.,
Profeteor of Surgery aad Clinical Surgery.
W. W. DAWSON. M. D.,
Profewor of Anatomy and Phyalology.
M. B. WBIOHT. M. D..
ProftKor of Obetetrk and Duwut of Women ind
. . Children.
JAMBS OBAHAM, M. D.,
Pro(aor of Mattrla Mcdloa and Thtraptutlci.
NILBOK 8ATLBB, A. M-, L. L. B.,
i Profeuor of Ohemulry,
J. B. BCOKNBB, M. D.,
Demonitrator of Anatomy.
Ticket of th VtoUmon, each....
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Student nT th nrlvllaa of taking any number of
iicmw which an rait tfielr pwpot. . The Dleaeot Int
and Hoepltal Ttokel Are optional.
uoardlng can bobUtna at .oa to .
Student) on arrlvlnc la th olty will be aided In nro-
curing boarding houeae by Applying at tbe College, on
the couth aid of Sixtb-Mmt, between Vine and Bae
SFurthar Information may b obtained by addrsmlng
Bean. . . - ' ,
I,. . LAWSOB, af .'O., Seta,
(. B. corner Sixth and Bae SI., OinclnniU.
norlJ-dtwlw , ., , . ,
Closing Out Sale at Great Bargains.
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LAWHS, BmgM, Orgaodlai. t , ,' JVJ ...,., , ..
VmveUaji DraM-Oood. c., m Ui
PtraaoU, Ohlnta, fttnfaaa. v.-1 u r.s-.
.Sfwl.". v oi ft. f dUirtlMrst.'..
t ,i i j la NspTi
The tircat Rebellion.
EZP1BI1N0ID AQINT8 ARB WARTID BT
th pabllintr, In vnr. county, to sanvai for
JOHN 8. 0. ABBOTT'S
HISTORY OF THE CIVIL WAR
- ;v, ';' : ' -IK- ;;l , I, .
j. m r i o jx j ;
To b la two volam, bound la leathar an llla-
traled on atoel.
Thli wtll be TBI Hiitory.
tend foraOlreular, or mak application for territory
to . .
J, . u-' LEDTABD BlXLt' l
octMf . ,
HAVINQ JUBT RB0B1TBD fROM NBW YORK AM
leganl aKortmrat of Oood for 6ontlma'( war,
I am now pnpand to offer to my old patron and other,
treat indaoement In th (election of garment for th
ooming aeaeon. , . . .
I hava a larg noes or
Cloths, Cassiracres and Vestings,
And a nnaral aaeortment of tUBNIBHINO OOOD8 o
the rloheitand neaieet itjrlee In tha market, all of which
I am lelllngat UMCHaArwrr roieui. .ath roa caw
SPECIAL ATRBTlOB PAID TO KIIITaBY
Having had long ixparleno In th out and manufacture
or urriomo' OLOTHwa, A reel oonndent l can give en
tin niuruiion to an my pauona.
Oor. High A Town it . ,
augB- dly Colombo, 0.
W. R. KENT,
No: 102 South High Street
T Alrl NOW FKGPAHED TO Hecelve
A on Oommleilon erery deaorlptlon of property, mob
e Dry aoodi, urooenee, iiiqnori, vurniiur, uainag
I alao Intend to derot my attention to rale of Baa.
Bitat and Peraonal Property, at any point, within twen
ty mile of th Olty.
Ip A notion lit lei erery erenlng.
OonalcnmenU reipeotfnlly KUdUd.
I nava a large room over my ale-roomt for itoragt
Kelton, Banoroft ft Co., . J. ft T. B. Miller,
D. T. Woodbury ft Oo Stone ft fjwli,
Butler, Brother ft Oo., John Oeiryft Bon
W. H. Boatleaux, Qlenn A Thrall.
maylO-ly ' . .
W. H. JENKINS,
MANDVAOTUSEB AND DEALS B IN ALL KINDS
EARTHEN & ' STONE-WARE,
Flower Pots, Store Crocks, etc.
178 South Front Street,
BetWMti Rich and Town Streets, -
DR. ADOLFUS Q
Select School for Young Gentl'mc
AT FLOKAL nOCBE, TWO ITIILEH
North of Uollea Hill. Th courts of itudv em-
brace th Ancient and Modern Language), together
with uathematlca, Natural Phllotophy, Natural Hiatory
Th atudy of the I renoh and Sennan laninuue oon1
)tltute a prominent feature of th gohool. Aeeiited by
teacnen or eminence in acience. tba rnncipai leeiejna
U&ed In promiilng hi pupil all th benefit) of a Euro
The school u agreeably aitiuted on an eztenilve raro i
the hou I aoommodlaua building, meaaurlng 17 fatt
Tbe School oentlnue in aeaalon during the hoteeaaon,
a tbe refreehlng rural aoeoery in which it I located
uoioa out great aavantage.
Term), Including tuition, board, waahlng, fuel, light
eto., jou per nnum,payatl quarterly in auranoe
Hon. Belamy Storer. Prof. Geo. 1. Say. Lane Semina
ry, 8. f. Cary, Etq., Wm. P. Uulbert, Baq., Robert
miicneu, jq.,iiiton nayier, biq., lion, ueorge uoad'
ley, hot. it. Aliyn, refluent woleyan remaieuollei
David Olbaon, In., Q. Keoler. Ban., W. B. Wrial
B7in n T n U..II. n aa a fc Tt tt
ri.i tivui as o otaiiuy v m Jiuao, avbu M ji uuiauuibi
Jr., Waihiogtoa McLetin, Kaq., G. P. tftarr, fiiq., eta
Rebel Notes 1 Rebel Notes
Jost the Thing for the Times
1 OOO Accents Wanted.
Ten Different Rebel Notes
SBNT POST-PAID ON BECBIPT OF
25 Cents in Postoffice Stamps.
or $10 per 1,000.
Anyenemtlo aentleman'or lad can make a 100 within
we nezi tnirty day, wiling
Confederate Scrip !
Tby'it!! Tet; rr!!l.t
LyI want every agent In th oountry to engage in th
HTP. S Caih to uccomvtnv aU ordert invari-
J. D. BTTJDBK
17 But Stat Street, Oolumbu, Oh
144 RIIRTA MILLS. 144
144 Greene street, New York City
Put np In tin foil Pound paper, 48 In a box, and In
bulk. Onr price rang from 8 to 30 oenl. Wputnp
the following kind:
va, fflaracalbo, Bud. Bio. Bio and
W bellev our Ooffetto b fcafAarthan any ground
Coffee now In . AU order addreaud to ne, or to
Agent, Meair. Plaob A Tooaa, 183 Chamber)
treet, oor. Washington atraet. New Tork Olty, and
Metu. PouAS A Doaxi, 1B9 tt 101 loath Water
treet, Chicago. III., will ncslv prompt attention.
TABEB dc PLACE, i
Osight Bton A 0o. gnperor 0onr, f fnMlo conn.
lucka Butll. un,'
IT Virtue ol a writ of Vandl tt mac
dlraottd fro th aald Court. I will offer for aaIa
th Armstrong lUbl, on Wtlnnt aUy, weal of Hlgk
auoei, in in cup voiumooa, uau, oa
Batorday, tbe 23J day of November, A." D.
S o'oloek, P. M. , th following property, to wit:
Two Brown 1 lor sea. on Bat Horaa. and ana Ba
Mart. , ; .. .
OIOHQI W. EuPIMAN, SUrlff. .
Printer's fw. 85.00. ' . .
Nov. U, 1BSSI. .. h-.i .. -f"
: . i
LADIES' EMBrSlDE&ED W
S17PERIOB OTJAL.ITT AT tl 00
par pwr, iuii opvnva ny
BAIhT A SftW.
' ; jJTo. n to it nth High ,tft.
4 , ; .,jf f 'VP ' ' vV6? v i3 I.5.V
Great Books in Press.
'..U' Of TBB j
The Heroism of our Soldier ft Bailors.
1 vol., Urge 13mo. Price, $1 25.
rpHB 0BITI0I AMD THB PUBLIC ABB BIO HI
X In predating that thlawlU rarpaai, In graphio nr-
retire, xciung lnierni, ana rateneiv popaun,
otlwr hutortee of th war tor the Union. IU them will
be the heroto daring, patient anSerlng, and hairbreadth
Mn.n.1 nf an, oidlerfl And eellore. And tte Inoldent will
form a them of eonvenatlon at Innumarabl nrealde
for yr to come. It will oontaln, In addition toltt
tlrrlngdetall, Ih philosophical Analyal of th Oaoeea
ox tne war, sy job. unuoranui, uu.v.j Auuior
of "Ih Bum of th Dntoh Bpubllo," etc., the date of
all th Important erents from th John Brown raid, and
an aoonraui and rerlied Mooant of th principal battlee,
One-third th prooMa or All Bnbasnption ent ai
rat to will ha riven for tha Belief of Dliabled Sol
dier, and' all pereone who wiah a eopy of th work, and
alo to beaeflt th eoldiera, ihould tend their nam and
Add rue at ono Alao, any offloer or privat, or pereon
In any Mellon -of th oosniry, naving tnowiaag oi a
heroto aot or itirrlng Inoldent, will obllga u by (ending
a an aooounl of It,
Boouauna, PomtAirama, and OARVAana. Aaam
will be furniabed with a Babeoription Proepeota, on ep
plication to IhePublUhera.
vaXo act a aotntt in taking vboription.
The History of American Manu
factures from 1608 to 186U.
By Dr. J. Liandii BisHor. 3 vols. 8vo.
Vol. I. now ready. Tot. II. nearly ready.
Thi la probably th largnt and moet Important work
now In Ih American prae.
W hav alao Jnat pnblbhed new edition of the fol
lowing aaefal and popular book
THB BtTSINBBB HAN'S LBOAL ADVISER; or. How
to Bat Money, by Conducting Buiin Aocording to
Law, aa expounded by tba Beet ana lawn Anuwrv
Ue. SCO pp., eheep. Frloe, !.
OPPOBIDNIIIBS I0B INDUSTRY; or, A Thouiand
Ohanoa to Mak Money. Olotb.il. Thi ha been
republlahed In Bngland.
Brery buitnee man and clerk ihould hav that
book. They will pay th bnyar a hundred fold. Brery
parent ihould get them for their on.
All thee book ar mailed, poetpald, on receipt of
prlo. We pA? particular attention to mailing doom,
wrapping tnem oanruiiy. ana win procure ana kdu,
poetpald. any book anywhere, on receipt of puhlleher
prio and dx atamp.
FfiKEDLEY ft CO.,
Tribune BnlldlDg. New York.
riAN08.-rPeron who deelreto boy a Piano of
tha beet maker will be ehown how they oan tsve a band
torn mm In th pnreh If they addree Piano, oar
jot, uoa et uo. , ruoiunera- Agent, new ion r. v
JulyM dtwftwfromfcbW'88 ,
Dr. WH. B. HUBD'S
THE BEST IN THE WORLD
riHK TEETH ft A SWEET BREATH,
TOOTHACHE & NEURALGIA.
DO YOU WISH TO BE BLESSED
with and admired for Pbalv Whit and Sound
TA-ITH1 UN DR. WM. B. HUBD'S TJNRlV ALKL
TOOTH POWDBB, warranted fro from add, alkali, or
any Injnrlon inbttano. Prloa, 85 cent per box .
KT Beware of tha ordinary cheap Tooth Powder,
wmcn wniien mil aeatroy.
I)oou wish to b certain that your BBBATH 1 pure
iwoei. anu agraeaDie to quids Da or wue, lorer or menusi
Ce DR. HUBD'S OBLBBBATBD MOUTH WASH
Thi astringent wash la alas th beat remedy In th
world for Oamkib, Bab BaiATB, BLtnia Oon, Boa
mouTH, etc. it na cured hundred.
Do you, or your children suffer from TOOTHAOHflt
ate on. uuhd'b magic toothaobb dropb
Price, u eent per bottle.
Ara yon afflicted with NBTJBALOIA7 Oct DB. W
B. HUBD'S NBUBALOIA PLABTBR8. The molt ef
fectlre and delightful remedy known.
Tbey do not Adhere nor blister, but soothe and charm
pain away. Try them, frloe, in and 31 eenta. Mail
ed on receint of orloe.
Do you wish a complete set of DBNTAL BBMBDIBS
and a Tiaatiu oa Pamavma tbs Tsrrnt Oct
DB. WM. B. HUBD'S DBNTAL TRBA8UBT, th
nsamsi, anu mosi yainani preaent mat one mend can
mak to another. Price, tl. Bent by Bxprees on re
Vor sal at all th best (tore throughout th oountrv
Oactioh. A there sre dealers who take adrantage of
our advertliament to Impot npon their customers In'
ferlor preparation, It 1 nacewary to Insist npon having
what you oall for, and you will oar thi bust, thorough
ly tested, and prepared by an experienced and scientific
Dntl)t, Tieaaurer of the Mew Tork State Dentist's As
sociation, and vice President of th New York City
WM. B. SUBD ft CO., How Tork.
NEW FURNITURE POLISH,
TJHEPAHED FBOITl AN lrflPHOVED
A recipe by th proprietor of th "BaoTHia Jon..
tbab PouiB." taoertifled by all th leading New York
Furniture Dealer and Plano-Vorta Maker to be the
beat in th world for remoylng Scratches, Mark and
Dirt, and restoring a high and lasting gloss to all kinds
or Varnished work, rrom furniture to Leather. It la
cheaper and better than Tarnish, drlea Immediately, and
la easily applied. With a pleoe of Canton flannel and
a bottle or two oi ton niw roiwiToa rouu. a House
keeper can work magla In th furniture of a house and
keen It looking like new. Now la the time to "shine
np'' your Table, Chairs, Desks, piano, Picture frames.
Carriage, etc.. and mak them look fifty per eent. bet
ter. Thi I tru economy, for isle by furniture
Dealers and Storekeepers generally. Price, S3 and SO
eenta a bottle. Depot Ho. L, Borne Street, New York .
SreoiAi, AoAxn Wantab. Address boa 107S, Niw
Yon P. 0.
New Dress Goods.
HEADLEY, EBERLV & RICHARDS.
Now. SCO de 863, 8cm th High St,.
A RE DAILY HECEIVING ONE OF
V th largest and moat fashionable (took of
That can be fonnd In th city. Such a
Plain and Fancy Silks.
Merinos, Poplins, Plaids, Alpacas,
Delaines, Chintz, CoburgB.
Shawls, Cloaks Sc. Mantles.
Worsteds, Shetland Wool Yarns,
LADIES', MISSES' AND CH1LDRENS'
Merino Vests and Drawers.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Shirts, Collars, Ties ft Undergarments.
CLOTflS, CASSIMEBES &VESTlliSy
IN OBBAT YABIBTT AND 0HBAP.
IO0alland examine, W show goods with plusur.
for medicinal purpose, for sal fey
WM. B. BBBTIBAUX
PUla Drb Alptoai, f
rBM Hewest and most ttyliah Jqn'
ISASB . yaoatauigaBtrtSl
Soldiers, AUenitanl-Paln, dlseA.
and txpoiur, with a hot ollmat, muddy water and bad
diet will be unavoidable, but arned with HOLLOWAT'8
PDHIFIINa ft 8TBBMQIHBNING P"-LS, you oan
endure all the and (till retain good health . Only S3
oenUperBox. . W
HOW LOR, HOW BEflTOBXLt
Jut Puhllabad In a Sealed Bnvolop! Prio S eti.i
A LBOTTJBB ON THB NATDKB, IEBATBB11T AND '
BADIOAb OUBB OP SPBBMATOBBllBA Or Seminal
WeakneM, lnvolnntery Bmiwion, Beiual Debility, and
Impediment, to MarriAgejrenerallly, B.rvonaneaa, flow!
eumptlon, Bpllepey and Pit, Mental and Phyeloal In
oauAolty, reenltlng Iron SeU-Aboee, fto. By Robert J.
Oulverwell, It. P., author of the Qreen Book, fcar .
A Uoon to Ttioueantla oi sunerer., ,
,ii ander aaaI. In a nlaln envelop, to any addraa
noat DAld. on receipt of t cent, or twopoUag
t, . tti.a V ft VI.IHI IVT Ha
mm. DV ur . uoab. u. nuAHw. ...
iwYork. Poet QfnocOoxNV. 4.180. i
TO MARRIED MEN,
Or Ttao.e Contemplating inarriajr1.
TBB undenlgned wlllglvelnformaUon on a very in
trutina mid important lubloot, which will b valw
ed mora than a thouiand timet It oott by erery marrM
eoopl of any age or oondition In life.' Th Information
will be eent by mail to any addreae on the rtoatpt of
sent Itttotr) and on red atamp.
All Utter thould be iddrxiod to
H. B. MOBRIS, M. t- ' '
oet3l-ly3tawdfcw Boiton, Ma.
Batchelor's Hair Dye!
THE BEST IN THB WOMl.D.T1.i''
WILLIAM A. BAIOHBLOB'B celebrated Hair Dye
pioduce a color not to be dtetlngulihed from nature
warranted not to Injure th Hair In Ui least; remediei
tbe 111 (ffecte of bad dye, and Invigorate the Hair for
life. OB.ST, BBS, or BUSTY HAIB Inatantly turns
a tplandld Black or Brown, leaving tb Hair oft and
beanlUnl. Bold by all Drugglita, eto. -
Uj Th gcnuln I algned WILLIAM A. BATOHB
LOR, on tieour tidot of aooASo. ' ""'
Fmctorp No. 81 Baixlav Street, r
' (Lat S33 Broadway and 10 Bond Street) '
majM-dawly NEW IOHK.
: llemoved Iron bla old Office.
Dr. A. B. WILLIAMS, W. Broadway, near High it.,
Coluinbnt, 0., ha devoted blmeelf for a eerie of year
to the treatment of certain private dleae. H may be
eontulted at hi offlot oa Broadway, near1 thtBxohange
Janlddtf . . y .
(WIU be Ready in Ten raf i ?
United States Infantry Tactics
ADOPTBD AND BBOOMMBNDBD BT
THE WAR DEPARTMENT, '
Major-Generals McClellan, Halleck,
Buel, Pope, Casey, McCool
Adapted lo Scott', fJaey'a &IIardeea
By It.-Col. H. B. WILSON - '
44th OHIO INf ANTRY. ' "
ItHIS WORK IS THE ADTHOBIZEO
. Infantry Tactic for the United htale Army
bracing th system of Instruction In th form of qa
tlon and answer) In the School, th Company and Bat
talion Drill, ao highly aommended by th loipeotor-flan-ral
of the U. B. Army, and to which our beet regiment
ar Indebted for their thorough knowledge of Yry
movement In th drill and battle-field, by which tha
live of thousand of our men hare been saved i- tj
BY THB AUTHORITY OP THB 8TATB OK OHIO.
Retolved, by th General Assembly of th Stat of
Ohio, That th United States Inrantry Tactic, for th
Instruction, exercise and manosurre of th United
States Infantry, Inolndlng Infantry of th Line, Light
Infantry and Blflemen, prepared under th direction of
tha War Department, and authorised and adopted by the
Beoretary of War, Slay 1, 1861, with the sytem ot Que,
tlon appended to the text, by Ltrat. -colonel LI. B.
Wilson, be and th lame la hereby mtborlaed and adopt
ed for th Instruction of the military of lb State of
Ohio. April 10th, 1HA2.
JAMBS B. HUBBBLL, '
Speaker of lh Boom.
Pras't pro tea 8:
JOB. H. BILBY A 00.,
J. M. & V. KCERNER.
Corner of Broad & Front Streets,
CROCERIES, PRODUCE AND
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS.
FIOUK, SALT, LIQU0R8, ETC,
0YETBB8 BY TBB OAN IN THIIB 8BAH0N.
WM. H. RESTIEAUX,
(BUOOBBHOB TO UcKBB A BBBTIBAUX) .,
1 . - - '
No. 106, South High Street,'
Foreign and Domestio Fruits, '
LOUR, SALT, LIQUORS, ETO.'
STORAGE & COMMISSION
Opened Sept. 10th, 1863.
istSBDlATB tV' r-'v
Opposite Capitol BoildinEigh Street,
Now Reetdr for thm Keoeptlon of
WAlJlxn lAltlVO, raoniBtoa.
f . 0ULBBBTB0N, Bi!ta9.-,'ta,l aori
Spt. 18-tf. ' ' .'.. I WTTM i.c4
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