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vol. UL-mmsMsm semes. I ii mi ii i r ... "t i . COLUMBUS. OHIO. SATURDAY MORNING. NOV. ;9 i 15. 1862. I ,.1 7 IIZ DOLLAEJ ril YIAE InytrUblj U AdTtB'! .fyc 'tJMjiir fyktman DAttY, TBI-WZmY ABD WBZXIY MANYPENNY & MILLER. fOBLIIHIBI UP f BOPBHTQBI, a aF OfflM Joe. S6, tl aad 40, forth High It tlKMJ WTA1UBLI IH AD.AHOB. . ""j- " M 00 MP vaaU 7 the Carrier, per week, if tit-Weakly WeOUJ, " HIOhMlMlt WMIMIn W DnlMMMlu1 . ' t. On S Booths IB 00 : On H . Booth U 00 0n " , t Boalha 10 00 . " month BOO 22 :: .. x"; :: i, i n 0" Idays... loo w Bontn. no t,i..i 'V"T wrHoo On " 1 Inaartlns. i so rat. '"bd mil mora than lh n All doUom required to b pabiuuTta uTi-, i-u - iMr4g thelnilAexiiiiiiMi.n.. .,JAlfe"'-tt,.wpK 'MSJy!ft?' "mti mmH b paid tor U Air (hrUMir n.iilT" wiy will M hrrtiMBt Ukm zqt for dtftnlto ptrtod. Summer Arrangement. 1862. 1862. EAST. one CENTRAL OHIO CENTRAL OHIO AND CENTRAL OHIO AND Steubenville Railroads, 4 dot. I ( OFF IB tM 1 TO Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Baltimore, . v.fh? an4,Boston. .;, Ireol doimoctlonj are made tl BeUalre with I' ..'..') the" Bamwom urn Ohio Railroad, AndAtPittabwgbwUbthe j . - .... v 1 tu4i iDuamu. . "TOOtOOI. 1 1) M.l. AAA A. Hi 11. In u 1 0l.M. imiuiim, .lbUr.H. IfclB All. fasr.ii. f.M. tinnirmnui 8.80 A.M. ASSP. M. ftonp. W ik4!c Anita at WMlilnftra 0ltr.fr tfPM : tff!?f a. 5: it4b, 04F.fcwp.il. ftooA.ii. tu5T for lha Tl Bollalnoi Bri I. A. EUTOHINgOlf, Summer Arrangement. Little Miami Columbus & Xenia RAILROADS. for Cincinnati, Dayton A Indlanapollil f TTwongh to iBaUiiApalU withoit Ciuuige of Can , ud butOMChAnge of Cn between i Colombo ud St. Loale. i . . ! Un and Afteor Monday. May 0, Four Trains Daily from Columbus. FIRST TRAIN. fMJfOTJnfATX AOOOMMODATIOH at tin a. m., SlJiS?' '"lTto " Olnetnnatt at iJTso aVBTat ..-?"" ' iBdlanapoll atl;M p. a. , SKCOIfD TRAIN. t?SS at U:Ma. b Mopptegat Jeffenon, Loa vd.. v :'rlta Otdamiw.Zww. Bprint TaUty, 0or iria, tvtt.Asolnt, M.rroir, (oadt Ltbaoon, tofUr'i. L' .;.",0 : p. arrir at ladiantpoU .fj." w?!tlllf Olnetonatl irltb to Ohio aA MlMlMlppI lallroad for (it. Lonli, VtaoauN, Cairo, i i BaMla t Iadianapoli for all point Wt. , a J TBIIfrTRAIKJ LMAn. AKS AOOOMIfODATION at t:10p. a.,itop pln at all ftaUou Mimd OolBatn and i OiBoiAnadi inlliMOlBOlnMttatlft30p.iBr "-J'i FOURTH TRAIN. - rw VIM1WIIVU, lVtODiBU . Alaton aad BantltoDi arrlTln at Olaeianati at i0 ALEEPlNQ CARS ON NIGHT TRAINS, . i ' i v URr MrtbrbMnaatlohaa4 Vbrouh Tloktv. ' flMralTlokt Agut, Oinelaaatt. Ilia. W. TinwanTT - Aftnt, OolRBbBA . W.WOOD WAHD, i MGM(TUMlIWAllEfiOUBk .oidAzicLBeodlBtbre. GEriERAOlAllDVARE, wLAU.JUIB nweiBl MMtrwtda wni , WEEKLY , i PUBLISHED BY . MANYPENNY ft MILLER. ... .-..( . i : C0LUMBU8,'0HI0. "..'!. j. ' : . , -A.t 91.00 Per Year. . i - ..I . I. . y :j; ger bj;. Several Thonsands, viiOJlERS FACILITIES ! ... ; 'A. " ! FOR ADVERTISING d Remunerative . Returns. to ttof. wh, to adTAfitegtoi tbM. THE J i. A VfEKLYiSTATSMAN, DUtribited, u it U . If baad in to band of A Large Class of Readers, WhMV?: h 'B,,'i and mb mWob m m. "oo 9malt and a onlj A LIMITED NUMBER , -Of- .. . ,: : . is . ' ' ' ADVEBTISBMENTO APPROPRIATELY .a HANDSOMELY DISPLAYED, , ' Thtf cannot fall to' lo tllLeoallttet. i AdnrtUlof la tb iYSTATESMAN, : ',w.'l -. M WU1 Ind it adTaataiwu la l , t.3 : ;. .1 - The Increase of Trade; i a ,,- c " s Wh kb h alaoitotrUla to follow aatttBtatrtdliawUna' f ""IM --3" V. fei - : " A 9ncquwtry; dealers. .ITW(.'.!-V) itilni" "ifir ,.ftsw.r r.u! ' " to ! :" I r i ,40AL1 AT J. L. GILL & SON'S N0RT,H ' HIGH STREET, ' AND BIB. TBI IiAaaigl 8TO0K, i THE Rl:ATE9T TAIIIRTT, ii . AMD ii' . THI.U08T BIADTIIDt PAtTIRN Of STOVES Tor offend to th vltUeni of Oolanbu. XB1T HAT! COOKING STOVES FOR COAL, COOKING STOVES FOR WOOD, STOVES for lthr Wood or Coal- COOKING STOVES for Iitrg famlllM or Small lamlllM, aad Tarying j Prio from Three Dollars to Ono Hundred and Twenty-Five. p PARLOR STOVES, Of Trp Frio, Bla and Tarlety, for Coal or Wood. DINING-ROOM STOVES, HALL STOVES, Of BnjPttnil.-"' - " SITTING-ROOM STOVES. STORE-ROOM ST0VE3.I : OFFICE STOVESi Lrmy Otoves, . Botb Oooklag and Buttof . The Idghtett and oort PortaM Tent Stew tut .. . . to. in Officers of our Great Army. ; FURNACES, for BaaUng DwtlUnn, ObnnnM, Btor room, or other ' i . .largtDiuMiDp. LAUNDRY STOVES, For faally Vtt or Boteb. MOTT BOILERS, AGRICULTURAL BOILERS, SUGAR EVAPORATORS, SUGAR KETTLES HOLLOW WARE, , DOGG IRONS,) SAD IRONS, TAILORS' GEESE, And aane other article "or any other nan. 07 0A11 AND 811 ,H ' : No. 2 North High Street, : COLUMBUS, OHIO. J, L. Gill & Son. aora-tf ' ' Do you want Whiakera? Do yon want a Monatache T 1 If ,panbaeoaoottiof ,, i , .'li ?. 0HAMPI0F8 EXCEL3I0H IfJVIGOHATOa! Tba world renowned Toilet th only artkla of th kind mr offend th people of th United State. Th abor article I th onljr on ad by th Innoht la Iiondoa ana raru it u in aniremi at. i TBI 1Z0IX8I0S . . Whiaker Invigorator ! ! It a Beautiful. laononleal. Soothln. mt aumnbtln. Oonprand, aetlof a U by migto pon th root. eta log a aeaatlfml nowth ot luxuriant beard. If applied th ealpi It will onn JuidaeM, and If applied a eordlng to dlreottone, It will eaoa to tprlng op In bald pot a An growth of ruea.eorr bai. , ! :.vi.XBl 01UBBATU) Excelaior Invigorator I It an1 lndlipentable aitfcle In ererr Sentleman't Toilet and afwr on wm'i at they woald not, for any oooild (ntlon.b wltboat Ik Th abot ertlele will, la (roa four to elgbl weeto, br1flg,0B,t a thick tet of Wainiaa or mOVWtACEMt -I The lobwrfteri are the only Ageati for th abor af tlellBthUnltjdtat. . , Thtr wonld alto announo to th onbllo that the an Agenti for Th only article erer offend to th freitch people that wonld Ooaa BiaAwaw ttual th abvn toilet being Banafaetond for th tol benefit of Loalt NapoUonl wbteh artlole It now lndlipnaM to hit tellet room. wjm aantonwua, nauag eonnoeai tnat Toilet nut Beseesarlly take th plao of all o there erer offend to tti pobito, take pleaaon In expmuof their Mondtno a uie aracw, gaining mm praoucai nee. A"The' Napoleon Hair' Toilet- 1 Will OOAA BTtAMKT HAia n Soft. Silken, f Inwln. OarU, that will remain In ahap for on day or on weea. u oenno. or any longer penoo, n in, dlnouoni an nrlotly followed, whleh an rery tUspl and eaey. The Hair Toilet doe not In ini manner intarfera with Uk Jfatttral &)MM Of tlU Hair. It neither annroha. norf J'i .hwt ftm (he hair a eeft, ,thrti appear The Napoleon i Hair Toilet ; Hat been befere the onblle bat a ehort Uma. and he at. nadV'beea laaled ir jw ohm they teattfy that in Napoleon HalrToUet l th free teat nnwinn w tuv UBHB1 popi.. prrmt thlt Toilet froa being ooosUrtelted or la. (a tea oy ai by anprlnolpled pereone, w da not offer It for U Bt t n PltWliet't hi tb OaltaA Sletaa. Tharnr anyLady or flmUeaan who deelm Soft, Laxarant Balr and Carle, and long, loft Wblebert atoatlaobe, tan protar th In Tl go re tor or Toilet, alther cue, for cue oeiiar, mcine. m eeneri wn emir aodreat. AddralT 0.9. Bf ANT It 00 . , I .lr.r:.r i -i'r m ' lot US, OolllntriUa, I .fN.iAl BartfordO,,Oonr. Aad i will tavartrtillf ml by rttara aall. ' HVO dtwAwla iPCniTI? ; 0mi7179 JmnfTTHl I .1 WA aa. m A mm an a B B B S B I a a a aii ' .' mw . a vnt. c r -v-.. . w- - nr. w k. ) AYBR'b, OATHAETIO Are yon elck. fceblo, and complaining Areyoaoutuf order, wUli your eyetem d nngod, aud jour fcellog. un comrorteblet Theee erinri tome are olleu the prelude to lerloiie lllueu. turn lit of alckneei U rreeplor; upon you, and ehould be eruiloJ by a timely um of the right rem edy. Take Ayer fills, and cluan'ee out the dUordered liu more purify ilia blood, and let the llulde niov6 on uuou etructed - In health again. C'uW US t' - - of the body into tlgoroue ao-r--"Tvci C , i-rii tlrltv. nurlfv the eretem from tlie olntructlone which make diwane. A cold lottlee lomowliere In the body, end ob Sinn I. Ita natural functlona. Theae, If not roliorod, icnet upon thoDiiwIre and tlie urrouudJng organ., pro iluclug K'nernl augraraUon, eurTeriug, ud dlaeaae While In thle condition, oppreeaed by the derauRtMontu, (alio Ajrcr'e l'llla, end aee how directly they rwtore the nut u ml ociloii of tuo ayitem, and with It the bnoyAiit f. . liivi.riioallli analu. What le true and ao apparent In tliti trivial mid common complaint, la alto true in ninny of 1 1 10 dwp-eeuted and dangeroue illetiunpera. The eeuiit purgative .licet expel, tbein. Canaed by etniilnr olntruo Hon. mid doraiigeiiieata of the natural function! of tlir bjily, tlioy are rapidly, and many of them eurely, cured hv (he aniue moan,. None who know the Th'tiwa of tlio.o Pilla, will neglect to employ them when eufforlng from the dijoidere they cure. -. ' ' StaUnmnM from leading pliyslilana In eome of the principal cities, and from other well known public pel win. From a Forwarding Slmhant ofS. Zottil, Rb. 4, 1S59 Dr. Arr.R: Tour PHIa are the paragon of all that le IM'uit in medicine. They hav. cured my little daughter .r ulcurona aorea upon her handa and feet Hint hed proved incurable for yenre. Iter mother haa been long grier miily ullli.tod with bHcheaend plmpleaon her akin and in Iit Imlr. After our child we cured, eh aleo tried voir 1'iHi, and they have cured her. asa jionanipoK. A a Family Phyalc. From Dr. E. W. 'Oirtmright, JVete Orlifani. Vnur I'ilrt are the prince of purgns. Their excellent i(ii..lit l'4 eurpnia any ratbartlo we pweeea. They are mild. Lut very certain and effoctual In their action on tlio Lowell, which malcca tlioiil Invaluable to ua In the daily tt outmont uf dl.eaae. II.nilRrlie,81ckIIeadaohe,Fonl Stomarh. roin Dr. Mauri Uoyd, DMimort. , IikarUiio. Avnt: I cannot anawer you wialcomplalnte I loive cure I with your Pills bettor then to any all thvl wt fi-fr trcit wilh a pttrf'.itirt mtdicine. 1 place greet depcu dcine on an elTectnal ratliartlo In my dally contest with ilHue, and believing aa I do that your 1'illt afford u the I. est wo hare, I of courae value them lilglily. Pittsbuko, P&., rnr 1, WIS. Da. J. C. Arnt. Sir: I bava been repeatedly cured of tlie wont hrmlaeli any body can bavo by a doee or t of your Pill. It teeme to arise from a foul stomach, which they cleanse at once. Yours with great respect, ED. W. PTtEBI.1?, Cferl of Sttamer Vlarim. Dlllout Disorder Liver Complaint. ' ' From Dr. Thtadon Belt, oKew Tork Cdy. . HU only are your Pills admirably adapted to their pur pose as an aperient, but I find their benellclal effects upon th Liver very marked indeed. They have In my prac tice proved more effectual for the cure of biliota cow plaiitfi than any one remedy I can mention. 1 aincerely rvjoice mat wu nave ot iengtn a purgative wnicn n wor thy the confidence of the pi ofeeuiou and the people. Dmntinirr or rnt Interior, tp" I TTojLlngton, D. C, 7th Feb., 1866. J 8m : I have used your Pills In my general aud hospital practice ever since you mode them, aud canuot heailate to eay they are the best cathartJo we employ. Their regu lating action on the liver Is quick and decided, cones qnently they an an admirable remedy for derangement of that organ. Indeed, I hav seldom found a com of otttotutftuujs so obstinate that It did not readily yield to them, fraternally yours, ALONZO BALL, M. IX, thytician of iht ilannt UotpiuU. Dyatntery, Diarrhoea, Relax, Worm. From Dr. J. 0. Grttn, of Chicago. Tonr Pills have had a long trial in my practice, and I hold them In esteem as one of th best aperients I hav Tor found. Their alterative effect noon the liver makes thorn an excellent remedy, when given in email doeee for bilious dysentery and itarrhata. Their sugar-coating makes ttiem very acceptable and convenient Cor tu use of women and children. ' , Dyspepsia, Imparity of the) (Iood. '. From Bn. J. V. Bimet, FaMor qfAdvmt Church, Baton. Da. Arat! I have need yonr Pill with extraordinary aucceea In my family and among those I am called to visit in distreea. To regulate th organs of digestion aad purify th blood, tbey an the very best remedy I have ever known, and I can confidently recommend them to my friends. Yours, J. V.1IIMES. Waiuuw, Wyoming Co, N. T., Oct. 21, 16(5.' Our Bra: I am using yonr Cathartic ('Ills In my prac tice, and find them an excellent purgative to cleanse the system and purify tin fountaiiu of On Ui JOHN 0. MKACHAM, II. D. Constipation, Costlweaess, Snppresslon, lihenmatlain, Oont, Neuralgia, Drop sy, Paralysis, Fit, etc. , From Dr. J. F. Vaughn, Montreal, Canada. ' ' Too mnch cannot be said of your Pills fcr the cure Of etslirtneit. If others of our fraternity have found tliem aa efficacious a I have, they should Join me in proclaim ing It for the benefit of the multitudes who sutler from that complaint, which, although bad enough in Itself, Is the progenitor of others that aro worse. I believe cm h'rerun to originate in the liver, but your Pills affect that organ and cure the disease. . . , i From Hri. E. Smrt, rhyrician and Miiuift, Boiton. I find one or two large doses of your Pills, taken at the proper time, are excellent promotives of the natural o lion when wholly or Dortlallr euDDreseed. and also verr effectual to'l tlio iemaci and crpcl moral. . Thay are so much the best pbyale we hare that I recommend no other to my patients. From thi Rec. Dr. Uawlta, ofUu Mdhodid Epi$. Church. Ptjuscr Ilonat, Savannah, Oa., Jan. 6, 1353. 1 TtoiiuRiD Sir: I ahould be ungrateful "for th relief yonr skill has brought me If I did not report my case to vou. A cold settled In mr limbs and brought on excru- ciat'ag nmrabsc painr, which ended lu ciivnic rAsuma- ii ii. Notnltlistandlng 1 baa tlie nest or anraiciana, tur disease grew worse and worse, until by the advice of your excellent agent in llaltlinore, Sr. Alackonire, I tried your Pills, lhelr effects were elow, but suro. By persevering in tlie use of them, 1 am now entirely well, Senate CaAtmn, Baton Itouge, I.a., S Dec. 1880. ' Dr. Arra : I have been entirely eureil, by yoirr PHI, of Rheumatic Gout a painful disease that hod afflicted me for Jew.. VINCENT SLIDELL. i oTTMnst rf the Pills In market contain Mercury, which, although a valuable remedy In skilful bands, is dangerous in a public pill, from the dreadful conse quences that frequently follow Its incautious us. These . contain no mercury or mineral substance whatever. n : Trice, 25 cents per Box, or 5 Boxes for $! Prepared by Sr. I. C. AYEB St, CO., Lowell, Xaia. .1 Slight ColdtCougK) Jif(iaic8ejic&&, or" 0ate. fDktaai, whioh might Ift chucked with a rimpla rem edy, if negUstedf qften ter minates serioudy. F".w are aware cf the importance of stopping a fiaUQh. or gftighL ffald in Ha first etoge thai, which in the beginning would yield to a mUd remedy, if not attended to, toon attaeka the lungs." 1 ;l i U'r first introduced eleven- year' ago. It has beeri 'proved thit they are th best artil before the puUia for faugha, rfaiattk, the Hacking Cough in rfart KumhiLCiL, and numerous, affectiana qf the JZthtaat, givirmj immediate relief, i JTtiblic Speaker aud SingersJ will find them e factual for clearing and strengthenir,.g the voine.' " Sold by all (Druggists and Qealera in Jfediaine, ai S5- (hints per box. 3, fori ,m. wiroiesaiv hc iviau, wi 0. E0B1RTB, DraggUt, So. St North High street. B. .BAUUBL, ; declO-dAwfia Wooden Dave Trongha t. -. a..i.j AMD "I I '..'f CONDUCTORS ' HM tut.. a. .. eaaaJ ke 1 HVff WU1 IIAsBHIUsavwivaB , , ! - Corner of Iprlig tnd Water B treats, rr Messrs, Oblea . . A Oo't BaW Jaotory. . . : r , r -r ,v - ' rpHIT art aud from th soil J stick of pint, ooatad X" a th Insld wltA Waterproof OoaaDoeltlon i tha awl anything la wt to tarabiilty aad oWpaeawt ean b applied to old baUdlag when Ua ka glna snt, or so new awiumcs u prooss vi rec warn, m a a jora part of the oorolo. . . .','"., ihey r prepared to 911 orderi frora my part of lh ami raw aaysatsa ansa aa a lacwa WXta, WIUI U' aroeUont how i pit tba ft. apl-4wtwn '(CMIIWAURU:;"W ! - ill i a - tw A V aaai a. a TELEGRAPHIC. HTFor lateet Telegraphic Netot, ee 3d Page. Morning and Noon Reports. Movements of the Rebel Army in Virginia. Philadelphia, Not. 13. The Washington Star of thia afCArnnjan aava W, hav lnr.m. atlcm from the front rcprtaentlng that a oonald- ciaui. purnon oi jAcason'a lotoe la making iig way orer the Northwestern Virginia turnpike, toward CnmharlanI- M1 Wklla lnlinul doubt the aoouraoy of tbla new, to far at least .us siieei oi me reoei loroe maroniOK in thai dlrantlnn If It la I l..k. j..i. leeklos to divert ai large a' Union foroe as he uau nun. sue seiiuu won now Dei ore uurnsiae. The rnae li an old one of his, whlob will hard ly win this time, we apprehend. aoe reoei authorities are just BOWbenciiog every nerre to lUenthen their army betwen the Rappahaunock and the Ripidan. Floyd's entire force has been recalled from Western Vlrtrlnla. and if rnt atro.ri. ...i.ai n-m dOMTille. Will have all been vatharari tha.a in 0 few dav. Brasra-'a tnnwamanta tm. iimw been m yaterioos for more than a week past, and .U.I far ai wr . ... . muni oinieu oi Virginia tiooerely believe he is ranldl mnvlnv nn ha mil u. Iin a.'m - - q - - r. viu a.w air mi y. Bat lor the recent stay ot the advance of our nruiy oi sue rotomao, an mete rebel efforts to strengthen their torces to meet the shook of I. HI. W.A I.UUD MJ UU. abandoned alfbgether, wonld have been too late, v. j v a; mu cugagemeoe mat wouiq nave nlaoed tha thrn.i nl Rih ville In General McClellan'a grasp, would prob- auiy unvo ueeu lougm ana won. Burnside Advancing—Deserters from the Rebel Army—Resignations in Army of the Potomac. NlW YotX. Nov. 14 Th Trlhunaansnlal -r--: uurroepuuueut wnu ourusiue i army, teie- o-rarjh that nn Werlnaoiia. nn. rnnt ' teen miles beyood the Rappahannock, south of War ten ton. The rebels, reported to be Stone- wau season a corps, are in strong loroe near our advance. ii w i a . - . A Lynohbnrg paper lays that the number oi dAflertlor.a dailv 1mm tha eahal nmv a... a,.H- llne. end that thev are often tha bat laa nf uiuiH. hiiub: nn i.nniMi.HU I4n..n. I : , . .1 . n. r. . . . ment is fully alive to the magnitude of the 1 1 j , t i . . . . .. svii, sua u euiurciug uio oeaio penalty in me Oase of every deserter. a special to toe irioone, dated JNeai Rappa hannook Station, Nov. 13, says: A negro came into our lines at Rappahannock Station and re- DOrtl the ontDOSt of tha anam In a ravina nrw posite the bridge. The foroe consists of seven companies of infantry and soma cavalry. At Brandy Station, five miles further South, there Is a large force from Longstteet's army. This rouuiry una oeen so completely aetoiatoa oy war that starvation threatens the Inhabitants. Tarn PAni rnntl fins In mniifinAnAA nf nksnna or oommandera, bare been reported to Gea r.aA.l.l a r i, , .. . j-fjuuiuutij, irom on aiviflioo. inej were m dopflpd with thm flflrnimAnlA(lAn that ltk on plicanta be dishonorably dismissed from the miiusi Gen. Corcoran at Fortress Monroe— Southern News. FoATAita Mqmaoi. Nov. 14 Gen. Corooran and staff arrived at Fortress Monroe this mornlnsr. Gen. Dix went to Soffjlk this morning to re view toe woops ai inai piace. The Petereburg Express of November lOlh has the following: The ghost of reoognitloo of the Southern Confederacy by France sod England, after having been solemnly evoked for the tenth time, has again been dismissed to the shade and below, where we hope it will remain for the balanoe of the war. We are tired of the freakish reappearance of this phantom and wish never to see it strain paraded before the publlo eye. ' We nave information that the eoemv is in Soasession of Willlamston and Hamilton, in lartin county, and a large Federal foroe is marohing on Tarboro. Our small foroes en gaged them at Willlamston, bnt the enemy in overwhelming nombera forced our men to fall back. Oar lose wu twelve) the enemy's one hundred. Much damage was done the build ings by shelling In Willlamston and Hamilton. Cars have been ordered to Tarboro to move Government stores. On Tuesday debt all our available foroes around Kingston received orderi to go u near Newborn aa they eould. Consequently we ex pect stirring news toon from that district. We believe Weldon is the point the enemv wishes toreaoh. '" Mr. 'Ttarnbull sold in Warrantor.. North Carolina, six negroes on Wednesday last, at me louowiDS prioes: une neno man Bftv-four yean old, 11,075 one negro woman fifty years oia.xouu one netrro woman tblrtv-four veara oin, 4,ouu: one girt twenty yean old. S3 ouu: one woman eighteen years old, and lutant, X1..J.U; one Kirl sixteen veara old. Sl.&W Those negro were all likelv house serraot. prooaDty paid lor in uonieaerate notes. France Demands Indemnity—Spain Demands an Apology. WAaamoK. Nov. 13 The Frenah Govern. ment has demanded full and immediate indem nities for all lDjurles lnfiioted upon Frenoh oltl- sens oy uen. jsuuer, tne immense armament nearly ready At Marseilles being pointed to as ice commentary on tne aipiomatto rcqaeet. (Jar State Department, therefore, in announcing that there will be no difficulties leading to a rupture of relations, merely Informs the Frenoh Minister in advance that it ii ready to back down to any extent from Gen. Butler'a aots, and that no defense of that officer's oonduet, and no adequate examination of the Frenoh com plaints will be made at a bar to their further effort to conciliate. , . ; , - The Spanish Minister has addressed to onr Government a demand for an apology for the ouroiDK oi a vessel in Boamed waters bv one of the ships ot Admiral Farragut'a fleet. This act, it is complained, was made more heinous oy msuits to a unban magistrate, who remon itrated against this wrong done in neutral pori, --j-' - - ' ' Members of McClellan's Staff Under Arrest. TaiNToif,' N. ' J., Nov. " 14. Lieutenant Colonel A. P. Colborn and J. C. Donne, of the Engineer Corps, both belonging to the Staff of wen. ivicweuan, were sent to Washington this morning under arrest It Is said that the or ders were reoelved by an offloer of tha United 8tatcs army in this city, and that the nersons named repaired at once to Washington to place themselves at the disposal of the authorities. A report prevails hero that other members of Moisieiian'e stair are to be put under arrest. The charges against them aro unknown. ' - ...... Arrest. Opinion of the Attorney-General in Regard to Public Lands. Wasbmotoh, Nov. 14. A number of equal ten .having reoentiy made Application to the General Land Office to be allowed preemption rights of settlement on Rock Island, la the Mis sissippi river, tne Heeretary of the Interior re ferred to the Attorney-General the question whether the island wu a part of the publlo lands subject to the preemption laws. The Attorney-General has responded in an elaborate opinion, In which be holds that Rook Island having been reserved by the Executive for mil ItarypurpoMS, under the authority of the edr of 1809, is not subject to preemption or sale under , the. general land lawa of the United Slates, and that the alleged relinquishment of the reservation by the War Department in 1841, wu without authority, and therefore did ndt operate to restart the Island to the mast of the pobUo-lands the power to reUoqals nlll. ttty ressrvatloo belonging not to tha Exscd tlve, but to Coogreaa Beild tea lmportane i ' I 111 But HHru n B E n b wt tm n M Mr AKa TV - in assart Ins tha lrt,ta ,f ik. n.. . . an island so valuable for military purposes, this opinion contains aa interesting dlsoussion of the limitations of Executive power. It will oon be published entire. LATEST FROM EUROPE. Arrival of the Steamship Europa. HaLifAX, Nov. 14. The Royal mail steam ship Europe, from Liverpool on the 31st ull , T ?'JMns,0,w? ,,t ,nat- rrlMd Port at "yruio. nor aaies are two days later. ' English papers have hut littla t .a. nn Amerloan sfTairs. The LDndon Times credits the Federals for thalr nnar-rati. ,n-i.-.i ' VVUBHUUHVIJ U 1 - " 4ueHuii iw eueotiveoen lor reeu- lae na.al a..-,.. a An Iron Confederate privateer has been re cently SDOken off Cana Hhl, Tkl. I. ni.i . - - r- auia ta iiaviy to have been the Alabama, whloh a recent letter a.y. v swea oy me wty of Washlogtlon on her outward trio. FlOUr at Fridae 'a ma.ba. -i. - -- ---- a.ijum auusioaoy. wneat anil, and I31 lower. Corn eeaier. consols Closed tilday at 93)tfQ93i for U1UUVJ. American securities dull. Railroads firm. a a.ue.iu gurromnt lias dieorered A oentral revolutionary committee at Warsaw. in J60, Tn, ,n G'e were to be held on the lOto of November. It Is said that an understanding has been ar k ft 'J"", "'" England and Rutela, by wbloh Greoian sfftirswUl be deprived of their Importance for Europe. UB'"Toa w A Briiith gunboat had seised all the manda rins and war (nnk. and -i,.i,i.... .aj,. 1 vunivui-uuuoa UUSC1BI at Tanksn, China, and bad also released all .u. uciaiuea tnero ior the payment of the increased transit duty. President Loom, of son provlsiooally fills the vaoanoy. ."" .u or0'1 BoarorA arrived at Lisbon on the 25th Ootober, from the Asores. NlW Yni. Vnv 'll Tk. tr ui. ir . i- . I, .'TV 7 'eraiu VT aen- logton dispatch intimates that Gen. Butler's removal Is probable. A speolal to tha Herald from hadfnn,-.. army of the Potomao, Warrenton Nov. 13, sajs: Reports from the front are meagre: no newa of Imnnrtar.. ..-.I.il n.. ..' - - r iihii Vllt KUVaQO corps etlll oooopy Fayettville, four miles from .i(iBuai.uocaDiation. Hklrmlshiog Isgolug on almost oontlnually between our advance and a.vuiiuij a rar, dui results are Insignificant. ,n . a.iwuun iruiu 11 SHUVlLie, uur. assays: Reports concur that the enemy Is accumulating a heavy force at Murfreesboro. ftlllltftrv antnnisiliaa La n. rti. ai 4 -eo.a--a uaie uu tlt 1U VOeeo demooBtratioofl. Thej mean no more than a MM. . -.A-..-. .!..!. i v vuuvcj tuoir suosistence across the Tenneesee river. The rebels will retire when onr army moves up. ( St. Lome. Ma 11 T. . i . i - -- a. rumored wai thA hoarl rt .! k.t.i. . forward movement -down the Miuiulppl ? al- Gen. Can hu been ordered to asaume com- mand In thi diatrtnl In nl... . n n i- son, who Immediately takes the field at the of the St t aoumsastern portion Advices reoelved at headquarters state that Gen. Sohofleld Is rapidly raooverlog, and thore la a n.nhaKMt.a. .1... . - ,.. . . - - r-suae ua win immediately again aaanmA -mmm.H i ... - n - " wii..ui, iH parson oi nil troops. The True Policy. [From the Louisville Journal.] 10 lxntervatIrM hav -lnmnl, i- .u. 1 ., 1 . . . .,-. u tuo eicouuiw, ana now iney nave great duties to penorm. u is true tbat the Coogress fust eleoted will not mnpt till riaunh.. iaci .... -vu.i.ij . uUJ, US less eooner oslled together by the President, y iuq wuuBKvuvee, victorious almoat every where and by overwhelming majorities, have Of Course established a moral una.. .vtv. vua uiufli or necessity have great weight In all tbetffilrs . . umuuiur.u.1 aoey are now and win oontinne to be the oontroliincr nn, in ,h. tioo. The Hon. Horatio Rnmnn, h. lni , -z -- j , ma wuvcniur elect of New York, asserted the true conserva tive dootrlne In bis speech at Brooklyn after the election. He look a nf volvlog especially, and first of all, the main tenance of the Union In its Integrity. He in sisted, u all Conservatives Insist, tbat there oan be no ditaolntlnn nf iha rr.t.. ... must be saved at all haxarda and at all sacrifices. Tv a m eV . TT.ta 1 a I I a usiiou, ii immensely important that we encourage and atranothan . tm, feeling In tha South. Hitherto the war, it would almost seem, baa been ao carried on and our legmiauuu at w asungion so sbapedu to unite the South aa far & i possible in opposldon to the Union. And thi men it h...- . - 7 a, iv . v cry greet degree, been brangbt about. Secession was noi originally tee universal doctrine of the Southern people Wo do not believe that It was. at the time Sooth- Carniin. .... ... .u. dootrlne of one half or near one-half of the ooumern people. The friends of the Union In that section were both cumerous and resolute, auu, ii iuej ma oeeu properly sustained and enoourased bv a wla and lnHinu. u - a (-.ibivin UUllUT UU the Dart of the Prasidrntand r.... .-.V .u. people of the loral States, they would have gone on Inoreaeiog io numbers and resolute ness. ' Bat the ultra man nf n.. i i...a w. vuinn tUB.etiTH on voting and acting as if abolitionists were a neceaaarv and auhatantial . sr., And the President, overborne by the iooesstot and desperate pressure of the radicals, yielded, " uu " wtvh orave resistance, to a tide that was too strong for blm. Hence It is fhat at last there Is in the South little or no Union feellDg; at any rate, little or none that ventures to show itself. If nm da.4 t. i. burled. And bow, aa tne Chleago Poet saya. it should be tbe care of the Conservatives to send word of fraternal greeting to their breth ren In tbe South hereafter considered Identical, and that everv man of tha Nnn.h , m ray him.elf In favor of the Union, In favor of tun uwuiiimion ana tne union, and la favor of m prompt ana inoiougn redress of grievances In the Dnlnn. and In tha ....... - . j . . - - ... . utiauucr univiueu oy the Coostltutlon, shall find In the Conserva tive party d me united states, and In the voiaervaeive jegtaiaturee, uute and national, friends and fellow laborers. - Let the hand ot fellowship be extended to these men. Let mem no invicea to oome once more Into tbe old family oouooll room; let them eome there with an asauranaa that Ufa. IiKom. ..j erty shall be sacredly protected, that,, when tun., ii mom ob gneranoea, tbose griev anoea will be considered by brethren of com mon ooontrv. .who will "d nM ..... tbey wonld have others do unto then.'.Let iuis greeting oi friendship and kind feeling, w. -u .iucmi uBirw to meet tnese men of the South aa frlanda and lint aa an. ml., k. ... forth, and let . the Conservatives satisfy the vuiuu uiou vi tm ouDto, mat, witna uovern- ment resoued from tha enntrnl nf fan-.,... .k. - . w . . p w wra. anassu9 VUw Constitution' affarda an amnla rtPntln Am sail and U aofflcient to rmedf everT real wronc Ka ka ka. .naA.I..J a. t . O wmm tiaa unu lUIUIUfU Df inaivinit kl N.a U . " , ;.a C7 . "7: " V "1 - v 6.yusi tiu uuwu ton raoaiiion. not nni. k. . wi......s --rr - "ninaij ii or tne nation, ij caseuuing w toe people or the South tellable aarai that tha r-.n.,i,.rtK. . WV.MHWWS In the handa of national man ani ka . . and more enduring protection than Independ ence can ever affjrd. Let them be taught that wamrw Wt MA V VUIVW and nothing but war-r-ficroe.oealentlesa me, ww weewMi ubb wht w Alii a in rrt mmt Ka 1 r.t t Let the bayonet be trlmmel with the olive. Let the two symbols CO tn.nthar. fat the bavn- oet never be spared while a -hostile arm ts uo nig or tne tows or jb toioo; bat lei tbe olive be always proffered ,to. tbose who win unite with ua in ntialnlng jho flsg' anl tbp Conitltutloa-ef the country.' Let -Tennessee OS lovitad u send senators and Kepgeoeniatlvea to Cong rf let her people kaferopportnnlty of Dnse mi. tiartlnlnatln-f In tha affalva nf tha umoo, aoa or owe more eojoyiog its protection I . "' ' " """ " i i and orooDerit. Tv- v .....a . .. er.o of rebe'lllonTle't JK TOSSTSK a ly to try once more the U0lon with all th blessings of peace a Union not of destruction and ruin, but one giving to all under lta flaw protection and seourity in life, liberty, and property. " " Vacillation of the Administration. Government bu pursued a very uncer tain course toward it Generals. Gea. Fremont was appointed to a very Important command In if? ."''lu A(wr llm " removed as unat for the plaoe. A few months passed, and 7i WM PPO'n'ed to a highly responsible posl on in Virginia. He falfsd, and iagaluro. IKS?1? 5PPMnw" ' AJiHtanrqaaUfloA tlons. And now there Is talk, of hie being placed at the head of another army. - " Next there's Geo, Boell. He, after hU un paralleled march from Tennessee to Louisville, was removed, or ai Inaat an n-is.. ... his removal, because be waa not thought to be ...... vuuugu. BBiure auosei oi toe day of bis removal, an order oima for hi raatnv.n, or retention. Sjon be drove Gen. Bragg and a rebel army of seventy five thousand men out . BUU mem ne wu. iotinwUi. re moved again. - ,.. Laailt. there' Bariiwat MTlall.. a i- more than year's aervlca At tbe hud of the Artnv Of th Potoaian. ha - ..-. A . , - , ,MiwfN,wrr quired to give plaoe to Pope. , Afer a very brief Deriod. ha waa ralr.atmtad. i after another very brief period, he Is removed This annarflnt vanlltail.-. I .-...! ,- .k. ICiOSrshlD of ourarmlmaia at laaat ..,-. J'"0" atroogly to weaken publte 'confidence. We hope to have u little ofit hereafter aa poa-slble. LtuiiviUe Jommml. Poor Old Massachusetts. The Massaohnsetu Rannbllnana good at flznres. e Contain fllaarwa. h . tt.. only Democrat supposed to be elected from that ow.cj so tongrese, nas just oeea counted out, and Mr. Rice, the present members declared re elected. Wa are afraid Hln. haa hn ..ke napping as bis majority was about four hun- urcuj any way, tne tiepuDiioans mODopallf the arithmetical talent of the State, as this In stance proves. So the old Bty Stats will present an unbroken Abolition ' front In the coming as It does In the present Con gress. Well it is in the eternal fitness of t bin en that It ahonld ha an. A that almost went frantic and broke out into open revolt wnen a negro was deprived of bis liberty under the operations of the lawa, yet permitted iunooeot white men, guilty of ao orlme, to be imprisoned in defiance of all law without even a sign of disapprobation, la very properly represented in Congress by an unbroken Dhalanx ol Abnlltionlata. Ha nn will f Ka inm "fc wv ae a vv ivi Massacbuseita if history has no sterner rebuke for her conduct in this trying crisis of the na tion than she haa benlowl nn tha r.n,nn,.ni for desecrating her noble harbor to th . ni tyranny. There is not even a memory of the iragrance of the revolutionary tea io the Waves that now araah tha at N. Y. World. How General McCook Lost His New Uniform. Gen. Brace exnosed a fani I n hid lflftfkl . port of the battle of Chaplin Hill, which Geo. nxuwwa ouiitea to mention. . 1 ne u antral waa looking rather shabbily here, in the way of broadolotb. and mneo. tt ovnlaln In la ssedinese which he confersed he wot.ll not nave oone ir itragg bad not blabbed. At night, after the battle of Cbaplln Hill had closed, ooe of Gilbert'e borrowed brigades was withdrawn from MoCook's front wltnout his knowledge The myttery never was explained, but that is foreign. His ambulance containing bis per SOOal haffcaoA m a. n,i m a kn MmAmA DD-flw, -V" - V , HW UV.U HIWBI.H from the rear to his headqurter. near Rne sel'tf house, about two hundrediyards from tba line where the battla nnanad. Tho imhnlanm driver drove through the gap left by the vagrant "e aim nauea lattae oj ins react unt. The COrOS of heannart-ra aae-anta mhn an. COmoanled tha train wnrn cnhhlad nn ai tha same time, but some of them escaped. Thus weu. inouoox tost dis elegant new juste. With double Star ahinh frlanrla hal aanl in him, and all of hla wearing apparel, excepting the threadbare and battle-worn suit in which no lougnt. tils servant ludicrously describes thebeurd scenes in the rebel camp when the thin-legged and nar.tlhhd rnkala atmntad to envelope themselves in McCook'a enormous drawers and nnder-Bhlrts. Thy would hold about four rebels apiece and three weeks' ra tlons for naddinff . Tha nu-al ... .. .at even nnlesa he captures Homnbrey Marebsll- Cor. dim r, ) What Sam Cox Thinks the Last Congress Ought to Do. Tha fnllnvincf l tha a-lnin nf one of Mr. Cox's speeches la New York. It was recuireu who uproarious applause: "When the hat Coogreaa meet, after prajei tbV miffht In atnt. a ha in ahlnh a.a vnhllahwt in the Western papers, and which be would re peat: "Prom Africa th negro cane, And oC(raareer bless his ninl . Btand nra, good LotsJoj, blest ill day The negro cams from Af ileal : He I the objeol of ur lore la him w lira. In him w bovi lor him we preach, for hla w pray ' tor him w nct Croa day to day That eolored one tisaAtrioa. ' "The bearers will remove the remains while we aing the following hymn: "With raptor, wlih dslightyos te thlt wl.ked oast raovd." Sufficiently Explicit. Thn Hnn. Jiiol Parlr.r. tha dlaltnnnLh.A Profesaor In Ihn Camhrlrlun !, flnhnnl anil universally recognlftd u an able publicist, is aito reoiaraaui ior using great piaumeee 01 speech In giving expression to his ideas. Call ed reoentiy to oommenl oa some observations made on the "Proclamation of Freedom" by one of tbose clergymen who Imeginevheuiselvet pruiuauu eousiitutraoai lawyeraior VOiOtaet reason, perbapsathaa they know little or noth ing of tbeologj he writes m follows: . til . . 1 I aa a . i "if neeo oaraiy say mat i respect and reverence the clergyman wbo gives evidence that he duly appreciates tho high And holraalute.of hia : : i.jfj. . i . .. , . . uiiMiuu. nun a no not ocny m sun lag rigni, at the proper time and in tbe proper manner, ii dlsoasslag Important politloal prineipleW. Bet when A clergyman 1 assumes to know mbro ef constitutional law than those who bavo spent their lives in the investigation of its priooiples, he Is apt to exhibit himself aa an unmitigated All. " - -'-; a - ; , DR. ADOLFPS'S , i Select School for Tonus (lentrEiea AT FLOKAI nOTJSE, TWO ffllXEB North of College HUI. Th eoars of ttady a krao the Aaoient ud Uadan Mgnagi kvettau' wlth MatUeinaUna, Natual fhlloeophy. Neural Uietaor and Chemistry. . - in ataoy ai m rra and Oenaea Jaagwags on stitnle nnuninent feature of the School. Aeslated by teacher of nmne 1 telenov. th Priaeipal feels Jaa Uhed la promising hi papU all tt baswfla wf ft jhuw pan edaeatlon. nra i an no m a isaasiu psuiaing, jsaassiiast lis iasi . : a ' . ... . . . la front- w j-ti TMr.i .:; T-ri i. c Tna IchaaliaMtlrMe 1a sealnn darlog th hot a attU ntnsaiag swral aceaai ilawWc. it .t looased ' balds ontfrea aavantaaak. .,i , ,;. , n Terrae, toelafl lag alitor ,boH, washing, Inel, Ugfet to-, AiSuMaDaa,aal quartorif tdvao.t n( ... .a ""'a-aa1mrBH3Uf . 4-a -. Bon. Be lam 7 Btorer, Prof. Qeo . Day, Lane Bern laa- M. a. V, nHniA,a.. Var fialh. m. . . Hiteheli, Bsq., Milton Say ter. lK).,Hon. Oeorfre Uoad toy, Kev. U.'JHja, Preeident Waleyaa femal Oollega, David 6lhMQ H. e H Kelri Kaq., W. Wrlgbt, Emi,1Hoo. 7. B. Hallo, 0. 1 . Ada Vaq. B. E omasa, Jr., Waehlngtmi JfoLtaa, Itoj-r U. ft earr.Stf, .JulyW tf. b .Superior Iinexj6MrtIla36Vi. WHHTBIMlli. e8L Att,- M VI Uontttm tutor usJia,cr rail . n ntt it a, ants Ho. UI 7 lonlA Blgl street.