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DAILY, TBI-WZ1XL Y AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER
'OBHIBJBI AND PBOPBIIIOBI
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twenty copies, . 27 00
erms s Adwertlalng by- (he Square
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On " t week.. S 00
un I WMt. i 73
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a'vvivob, wwwe vrufmiry roMf
All notion required to be pnblletied by law, legal rate
per Mnt, more than the abort r a test bat all mob wll
BaelneasOarrls. not exceeding flvellnoe. perjear, In
f V w llllt VUWIUO )
NoUoea of meetlogi, oUariUblm ooletlei , tre oonpaolw.
mo, nair price.
All trantittU advsrtlummU wurt b4 paid for In
J'!!.kl,,,,,,0 Prtth" BH,whr.UilTrJ.l
j thj Weekly alon. Whr fb Daily tnd Weekly
U koh m1 then the ohmrRe lor th. Weekly m be
It th. rate ot tba Daily
No KlvtrtUcmeui taken exuept for a definite period.
t. t: liNaRaN.
'biKQiiAM & M'QTJFFET,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
c.!1.1? Y'l, brly kUlchard,' Building
950 Sooth nih Street. apl7-dlj.
JOHN L. GREEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No; 1 Odeon Building;
RANKIN & WYLIE,
Attorneys at Law,
QIHOl PARSON BtJILDINO, 00RNE Of TOWN
and High Btreen.
Oolleotlon and other matter promptly attended to.
Keremosi aiTn when required .
DR. ROBT. THOMPSON
Surgeon & Physician.
Oflte. High Street, Korth'of llroad (No. 18).
roarw. (uarket) Btreet, near toratt
T., u heretofore, treat all dliKHt of
Oolubu, Dm. M. te. tkmtl.
(Late of Phalon'litablUhmnt,N.T.,) '
PBOPHIKTOK of thr new iork
f aahlonabl Bhaylnfr, Hair Onttlog, Shanponnlnc
darling and Snuf rkloon,
In the Baoement of tha Neil House,
under the Fontoftloe,
when atlrraottoa will be glrin to all th nrlon
Ladlee' and Children' Hair Sruilog doa la th beat
tyl. . ,
Warm and Cold Baths can be had at
VM. II. RESTIEAUX,
(BU00I880R TO UcSIl k. BIBTIIADZ)
No. 106, South High' Street,
GROCERIES, PR ODUOE
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
LOUR, SALT, LIQUORS, ETO.
STORAGE & COMMISSION
V. R. GLAZIER, Agent
No. 134 South Fourib Street,
' ' Oppoalt th Market Boose.
I am sow prepared to recelra on GommlMlon all
kind of property.
Old and lew Vurnitnr. BOUOnt AND SOLD.
Partieolar attention given to th aal of Honei and
Wagon and Carriage, and Honiehold and Kitchen
Dal In the country promptly attended to.
deeV-dtf . . .
W. R. KENT,
' , ;
No: 102 South High Street
I Aid NOW PBEPAnED TO HecelTe
an Oommlaalon treiy denrlptlon of property, tach
a Dry flood, Orocerie, Liquor, furnltnre, Oairiage
I alS lstetod to dsroM ny attention to niH of Sa.
Bitate and Pcraonal Property, at any point, within twen
ty mile of the Olty. ...
Tfj' Anetlon Balei rrery rrenlng.
Consignment rapMtrally toliclted. . . . .
I hay. a Urge room oyer ny aalee-room, (ot itorag
leltoDjBancroft Ac Co., J. A T. I.afllltr,
B. X. Woodbury 0, ' atone Lewi.
Batlr, Brother A Co., John Geary too .
W. B. BtiHwos, Olenn 4 IhraU."
Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
for Cincinnati, Dayton A Indlanapoliil
Through to lndlanapolii without Changt of Cori,
1 and bnt One Change of Can between
' Colnmbni and St. Lonli.
On and After' Monday, Deo. 8,
1 Train will ran a follow:
Four Trains Daily from Columbus.
j FIRST TRAIN. 3 ,
f tog at London, Znrla. Dayton, klldlletownand Bam
Itom arrlrlng at Cincinnati at 6it0. n. eonnsatlng
dlrtetly with Ohio and Altewlawlppl BallMad IbrLoabrrtlJ,
Vlnoenne. Bt. Loate, Cairo, and all point Bonthwt
arrtrlng at Bt. Lout at 10:30 p. m.. at Dayton at 4:SS
aj m., and at Indlanapolli'at f.SSa. m.l connMting
"'" 'or uaiayeiw, xerr. jumm, uotoago, and
. SECOND TRAIN.
CINCINNATI ACCOMMODATION at (iSO a. .,
.pplsi at all (taUon between Ooliuolma. Olnnfcin.il
Dayton and Indlanapollit arriving at flinoinnatl at
11:05 a. m., Dayton 9:06a. m.l IndlanaDall at fi.15
p. m. eonntctingdlreotly at Loralandwith thM. A
u. j. a. lot unuiioouie, nuitM and Parkerttmrg
I at 1:30 p. m.. toppbg at Jeffenon,
n, Xenia, Bprlng Valley, Oorwin,
Morrow. Boath Labaaon. Poatar'a. Luniul n..
Denniton and Mtlford. also at all th. (tlon. katnu,
Xeala and Dayton; arrlTing at Cincinnati atf:M p.im.;
oonntotlng with th Ohio and MlKiailppI Bailroad for
Lonlarlll., Bt. Loul and Oalroi arn ing at St. Loal at
10:05 a. m., at Dayton at 4:35 p. m.,at Indauapoli at
v i wnuiwuBg tor aiaraysii, I err aiant., cm
oago, ate. ....... t ,
! FOURTH TRAIN.
t MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION at 2 0n.m...lm.
pin g at all itatlon between Oolombni and OlnotnBatli
arrlrlniat Clnolnnatlat9:ilOD-m.i mniMtin . T.n.
don for Bprlngfield. ...... .,. .
SLEEPING CARS ON NIQHT TRAINS.
IT? lor farther InfnmaHmi m.n nimri. Tlnkata.
jpply to M. Li D0HBBTI, TlcketAgnt, Union Depot,
P. W. BTRADIR, .'
, .-; 8nral Ticket Agent, OlnolnnaU.
! . Aaect, Oolnmba,
- Bnaerlntondnt, Olaoinnatl.
Clnmbni, Deo, 83, 1863.
Select School for Young Gentl'men
AT FLORAL HOUSE TWO ITIIl.ES
North of Oolleg Hill. Th. eonr. of itndy m
braoe. th. Anol.nt and Mod.rn LangaagM, together
with Mathamatlca, Natural thlloiopby, Matnral Blitory
Th atndy of th Prenoh and Serman langnag oon
itltute a prominent feature of th. School. AaaUted by
iwmii oi .mineno. u oinot u rnneipai reel ju
UBed In promialsi hi nnplli all th. bniafiu of a Euro
in Bcnool u agreeably iltnated on an xtenrro fan I
th hoot I aoonunodlea balldlng, meuurlng 175 feat
In front. . .
Th School oontlnn In wnton during th hot aaaaon,
a th. rafrcchlng rural toenery In which It I located
hold .at gnat advantage. ..
Term, inotadlne talUon. beard, waahlni.fnell llhl
etc., 330 per annum, pay abl quarterly In advano.
Bon. Belamy Btorer. Prof. Oeo. 1. Dev. LanaBmnlna.
Tf, B. . Oary, Baq Wm. P. Bnlbrt, Bq., Robert
Mitchell, Kaq., Milton Baylar. lq., Bon. Cl.org Boad
ley.Bev. B. Allrn. Preeident Wealenn emal(1nlii.
David Olbon,Kq., B. Keatler, Mia., W. B. Wright,
Kiq,,Hon. J. B. Btallo, O. I. Ada, tq B. Bomana,
Jr.iWathlsgtonMoLean,l'q 1. P. Btarr, liq.. etc.
julySO-i. .. . . .s , AV V
Rebel Notes I Rebel Notes !
Just the Thing (or the Times.
1 OOO Agents Wanted.
Ten Different Rebel Notes
BENT POST-PAID ON BBOIIPI Of
25 Cents in Postoffice Stamps.
Ag-enta and tb Trade Supplied at
1.50 per 100, er fio per 1,000.
Anv AnarvAtitA tpantlmentAs Aiwa ejinn aiAl.t.
the next thirty day, ttlllag
Confederate Scrip I
Try nil Try nlll
ITFI want tvery aint In th country to inius In tha
0P. 8.Caih to tcamsanv mU order invari.
Addreat, - :,J. H. BTUD1B .
u 17ut BtteBtrt,0olumbu,Oh
3. C. HAMS,
WHITE WHEAT FLOUR,
RED WHEAT FLOUR,
S. C. SODA,
SAL. SODA, '
, GREEN AND BLACK TEAS,
!"-. RIO AND JAVA COFFEE,
-,',: v WOODEN WARE,
' CORDAGE.ETC., ETC'
for al by '
109 Booth High .treet.
EXPBBIBN01D AOINTB ARB WANTBD BT
th. publlaher, In v.ry oounty, to aanva for
JOHN S. O. ABBOTT'S
HISTORY OF.THE CIYErWAR
, : - -m c - . t. -.-AMIDB.IO
To in two volume, bound In leather and Ilia-
trated on (tea.1, ; ( ;.i ( . , "jf
Til wUl b TBI HUtory. '
"noratiirBoirr,e make applloatten for territory
to j ' v
I ': LEDTAItD Bllit
oct8-tf i'I-mX ti;0hwiand,0hlo..
' - . ..-
- j OPPOilTl IXAXl HOUIJB. .,,yj
OOLUMBIJB, OHIO, '
. ...i r
npHIB OLD IBTABLIflHBD AND WILL KNOWN
nnovaftd, repainted and return Uhd ki a UylebotS
eomfortabl. and elegant, ao tbal we feel wall aawrtd that
and onTnlnci oruai la lnt aiaat AUtaK. ; . . t ,
- WAJIPEIf BJBXBTrl ?
Are you lick, feollo, and
cninplainlngt Are yoo out of
order, with vour lyninm do-
Pit - .V .
ranged, and ybur feeling un
comfortable! The ymp
torn are often the preluil to
erioue IIIiipm. Bome lit of
li'kums 1 creeping upon you,
ami thould be avertea by a
timely im of the rliilit rom
eily. Tuke Ayor 1'IIU, and
, cleneiit tbe dUordereil fcu'
morn purify the blood, ami
let the 11111(19 mote on unnii
'trnrted In limilth epiln.
'i'hey itrmnlate tbe functions
i.f. ji tua uoar into viunrou no
wjT".-i tlviiv. Dtiniy tne eyiteni irom
1 . the ob.truction which maUo
icaee. A cold eoltloe jniniiw hro lu the body, ami ob
ttmcti Its nntmal function. 'Thte. if nnl .relieved,
rn.'t upon tlipmwilrei and the liiriounding organ, pre
duclng general . aggravation, eullerliig, huiI dint).
While In thin conilition, nppndMd by tho dornugrawiit,
tuke Ayer'e l'lll", anil eeo hnw directly they rc,tore the
i.ntiu.il action of the lynlem, and with It Ui buoyant
fueling or hoiilth ugnln. Wh.vt Is true and o apparent in
till, tiiviiil and wuimon coiupliiiim is ali truo In many
of the doon-witted and daiigeiou, ilitemporfl. Tlioeemo
purgative elfuct C'.poU them. C.une.l by eliullur obotruc
tinne and riVniniTincnte of the natural fiinctl'iria of tho
body, tlmy nrt raplilly. ail lunny of them iuwty, eurnd.
by tho eamo iiifun. Noue who know tlio Tirtuoe ol tliuw
I'ille, will neglect to employ them when nillvriug Hum
the dleordcn 1I11.7 enre.
. Slrti mont from leading phyiictan In om of tl
principal cities, and from other well known public pur
loin. From a Rmoardwff Merchant 0 St. limit, IV). 4, 1866
t. ATt.B! Tour Pill era th. paragon of all that la
great in raixlloln. Xhey hay cured my little dnughtor
nf niceroiia eoree upon hor hand and feet that hod prove. 1
iacnrnlilo for yearn. Hor mother ha been long griar
olixlv aflllrte.l with blotche aud pimple, on her akin and
in tier Imlr. ; After, our chihl waa cured, air alio trlo.l
your I'lll,, and they Uaretured her.
! A a Family Phyalc.
Frum Dr. S. W. Otrtwriglit, Aiu Orltaru.
1 Vour Fill r th prine. of purge. Their excellent
qmlitiii aurpu any cathartlo we ponoa. They are
mild, but very curtain and effectual In tholr action 011 the
howela, which make them intaluable to na In th dully
Iruutnnmtof dlee. , . -
', : ' fVom Dr; AVfwird Dnyi, Baltimore.
Dear lino. Avta: lean Ant anwr Ton what oomplolut,
I havo cured with your l'llla bettor than to ay alt that toe
ettr treat with a purgatitt medicine. I place great depeii
ilcur on an effoctnul catliartlo In my dally con twit with
l.on,o, and belloving aa I do that your 11 1 1 a afford us the
brat we havo, I of course value them highly.
) Prmmmo, pa., May 1, 1865.
1 DR. J. 0. Arm. Sir: I here been repeatedly cured of
tho wont AnirfacAe aur body can ha by a doa. or two
ot your Pill. It aooma to arise from a foul stomach,
wnicn tney cleans at once.
Your with great respect, ED. W. FREDLG,
1 . Oerk tjf Sterner Clarion.
Billon Dlaorder Liver Complaint.
From Dr. Theodore Bell, of New York City.
' Not only are your Pills admirably adapted to their pur
pose a an aperient, hut I find their beneficial affect upon
the Llror very marked Indeed. They have in my prac
tice proved more .ueotual for th. cur. of iiiioue ooia-
jiaxnlt than any one remedy I can meutiou. I sincerely
rejoice mui we nave n mngiu a purgaiive nuicn it wor
thy th confidence of the protetslou and th people.
' . Imtmn or ma Inaroi,l
Washington, D.0, 7th Feb., 186D,
Siai I hat need yonr Pill In my general and hospital
practice ever line yon made them, and cannot hesitate to
say they are the beat eatbartio we employ. Their regu
lating! action on th liver la quick and decided, conse
quently they an an admirable remedy for derangement
of that organ. Indeed, I bar. seldom found a cam of
bilioui diteate so obstinate that It did not readily yield to
them, fraternally your,- ALONZO BALL, M. IX,
l'liyticiem of tin Marine Hospital.
pyaentcry, Diarrhoea, Relax, Worm.
i From Dr. J. Q. Qrtm, of Chicago.
; Tour Pills have had a long trial In my practice, and I
hold thorn In esteem a on of the best aperient I have
ewer found'. Their alterative effort upon the liver snake
them an excellent remedy, when given In small dose for
tiibur diieentery and diarrhaa. Their nirar-coatina'
'mokes them very acceptable aud convenient Mr th. us
01 women anu cuuuren.
: Dyapepila, Imparity of tho Blood.
from hev. J. V. Uimti, eaitor of Advent Church, BotUm.
Dr. Ater: I have need your Pills with stnmrdlnary
succee in my family and among tho. I am called to visit
In distress. To regulate th. organa of dlgeatJon and
purify the blood, they are th very beet remedy I have
rer known, aud I con confidently recommend then to
my friends. Yours, . J. V. HIM 8. .
1 WaitaiW, Wyoming Co!, N. Y., Oct. 24, 1854. '
Diar Sir: I am using your Cathartic Pills In my prac
tice, and find them an excellent purgative to cleans th
system and purify the fountain! of the blood.
JOHN Q. MEAC1PAM, M. D.
Constipation, Cost! veur, Supnreiilon,
Ulieiunatisni, (tout, Neuralgia, Drop
By, Paralyai, Fit, ete.
F-m Dr. J. P. Vaughn, Montreal, Canada. ' ,
Too much cannot b. said of your Pills for th cur of
eottireneu. If others of our fraternity have found them
a efficacious as I have, they thould join me in proclaim
ing it for the benefit of the multitudes who suffer from
that coinplidnt, which, although had enough In itsulf,4h)
the progenitor of other that are worse. I believe cnt
linCTr.il toorinlnate In tbe liver, but your Pills affect that
organ and euro th disease, ,
From Mri. E. Stuart, rhytician and Midwife, Boxton.
I find one or two largo dose of your Pills, taken nt the
proper time, are excellent nromoti ves of tha natural tecre.
tioH when wholly or partially suppressed, and alto very
effectual to clcante the ilomach and expel wirmi. They
are ko much the best physic wo hay that I recommend
no other to my pationt.
.Fitim the Rev. Dr. TTau)lt!,ofth MtOioditt Epit. Chunk,
' ' Pulaski ITotTsr, Savannah, On., Jan. 6, 1856.
Honored Sib I should be ungrateful for the relief
your skill hot brought me If I did not report my case to
you. A cold settled lu my limbs and brought on excru
ciating ttturnlmc pains, which ended la chronic riswma
(inn. Notwithstanding I had tho best of jhysieians, tk
disease grew won and worse, nntll by tho advice of your
oxcellont agent In Baltimore, Dr. Mackentte, I tried your
Pills. Their effects were slow, bnt sure. By porseverlng
In the ue of them, I am now entirely well.
B BiKiT Chamber, Baton Rouge, La., 6 Dec. I8S0.
Dr. Avcr : I have been entirely cured, by yonr nils, of
Rheumatic painful discos that had afilkted me
for yean. VINCENT SL1DKLL.
yY"Most of the Pills In marlrot contain Mercury,
which, although a valuallo remedy In skilful hands, is
dangerous in a public pill, from the dreadful conse
quences that frequently follow Its Incautious use. These
contain no mercury or mineral substance whatever.
Price, 25 cents por Box, or 5 Boxes for $1.
Frepare J by Dr. J, C. AYER &. CO., Lowell, Man.
ana for sal by 0. B0B1BTB, Colombo, and by all
ueaien m mvuiuiav sivirsuvn.
April 18, ltSdfcwowiy
Otul. AH ooi, Bap't.
t. Astioi, TrAf.
PORTABLE AND STATIONAltl
Castings, Sliaflinftv Pulleys,
BOILERS, MILL GEARING & MACHINERY
ENGINE ru M PS, T R I T 1 1 A M M E RS, .
linproved Ciitiuldr i'lrulay
, tAW MILLS, "
r ' l .
a 1 o , -ti v it r i- K i-h 1 1 1 1 1. m or
RETORTS, PIPES AM) I'ASTINGS,
I , . , tl. t.tvl .... - v. 'J. f'.J 1 I .
, rQA DOA U till Hll .)4N WOHttS. .
i WM. GLENN & SONS,
70 & 72 Vino Street,
1 ; j,iWHB' gtaond and Pearl Stmt, ' ' ' " "
oi ijarozKrxcr ihiv x.'
W) laW etttttfoaef ali oor bnt and
wtu xdrtod; itock of rwrlet, Cord,, Woedea
tfjvi'' ' loa ttoceah byr.
Do von want Whi ora?
Do you want a Monat&che T
Hi E. CHAMP IOH'S
9ht WAVlrl aaarfiAWVIaVl TaII lliA f. as.. A
MA affl tk. .At AV. Tt.ll..'fl..... , . .
vw. -HiN uj ywvytw vi tuv vaiwa DUIVStl . ADt ftDOTt
i" Jb only one need by the Irtnohi In London
en1 PeoHai II la ( ' .
Whisker Invitrorator! I
U Bautlful, loonomloal, Bootblng, yt BUmnlatln
r 'r t? . " pun to. room, can.
ing a beautiful growtii ot loxarUnt btard. If applied
to the scalp, li will our Saldttu, and if applied o
wniini 10 uireonon, it wiu oau to spring up la bald
spot a fin growth of ruin, sorr turn.
ExceLiior Invieorator !
Is aa 1ndlpnibl artkl In every aentleman's Ton,
.m mh tuvj wuua poi. .or any oonsia"
rUon, b without It. Th. abov. arUol will, In from
four to tight week, bring oat a thick Ml of Wniflgu or
Hole In the United Slates,
Age nte for"" taan'"m DnkU4 "
SAPOtEOIJ'S HAIR TOILET I
The only article vr offered to th French tMople that
Would final. flT..j.tf II ... . ... . -.vTrr. . .
irianuraotnred for th sol benefit of Loul Itapoteon"
TrZ unuapeoeaoi. n nia Mitel room.
Th. lubaorlbert, feeling confident that thi Toilet must
IMmit. I m b.. Ih. nUd .11 ..I .
.k. VL.ii T r. uuion v.r ouerea to
Tho Napoleon Hair Toilet 'l
Will flnBt. HmiMtM IT.vrai I. ... ,
Oer Uial will remain in shape for one day or one
weak, u MAM Mil i . i .i . . .
..T..i .7 . . F-nea, II to uireonon
Til u i i"owe, are very suspte and easy.
li.. K.7..J S"?1 no' ny manner wtenere with
atwralBoftnHoftMBalr. It neither oorch.s
nor dm It: hut k. k.i. .... . "
w .. mi, mi r ii by Rppear
ino. It alto prevent the hair tTomoiooaud
tniT) (BCf vrear. v r
The Napoleon1 Hair Toilet
Ha been befere th publte hat a short Ume, and ha al
beMUfler ever offered to th Asaerloan people.
To prevent this Toltet from being counterfeited or Im
itated by unprincipled ptnoni, wedo not offer It for
mZ.ri,u'J JfuwrUt't In th. United Bute. Therefore
D1ftT. or n'-man who taairea Boft, Laxartant Hair
and Oarl. and Lonv. Ian Whl.ir. u.X. "
Sroonre the Invigorator or Toliot, either one, for on
ollar, lnolod In a letter, with their ddre.
' v. r. erini a vu.,
- Box Its, Oolllnsvlll.
a oa ...a . nwruorauo, uonse
BLANK BOOK MAiWFACTORVe
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over h. neTinats state Nteem
PAGED BLANK BOOKS.
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RULED AND BOUND
t " ' To any required Pattern.
ParnUhed at th Lowt Price.
BythBdlt Blnglt Volara
Boand la any Beqalnd Ityl.
mttm AND HE-BINDWG
for Pnbllo and Pritate LlbnrlM.
Orden from snhrnsi e)aMai a
attention, iddiii " r'vvh ",a "T"
J. H. RILEV. of. N nr t nrirno
Bc"a11? P tUontr, Superintendent
ooain uign mreet. Franklin Bindery.
fWiU be Ready in Ten Deye.
United States Infantry Tacties
ADOPTED AND RIOOMMKNDID BT
THE WAR DEPARTMENT.
Buel, Pope, Casey, McCook
Adapted to Scotts, Caeep's Sc ItArdeo'e
. save v.;
By LMJoI. H. B. WHSOH,
j 44tta OHIO INf ANTR7. ,,
P1IS WORK 18 THE AUTHORIZED
Infantry Tsottoa for th United State Army-w-braoing
th system of inatruotlon In the form of on.
tlons and answers In th. Baboo!, th. Company and Bat
talion Drill, highly oommeoded by the InarMctor Oen
ral of th U. 8. Army, and to whloh oar beet regiment
are Indebted for their .thorough knowledge of evtry
movement la th drill and hattte-neld, by whloh the
lives f thousand of oar men have been saved.
i . ,
BT THI AUTHORITY 01 TBI IIATB 01 OHIO.
BtotooA, by th Oeneral Assembly of th State of
Ohio, That the United Btate Infantry Txjtle, forth
Inttrootloa, axerolf and manceuvn of . th United
States Infantry, tnelading Infantry of the Line, Light
Infantry and Blflemen, prepared ander th direction of
th War Department, and aathorlaed and adopted by the
Secretary of War, May 1, 1S61, with the system of t)u
Hons appended to th text, by Lkut.-Oolonel H. B.
Wilson, and th same I hereby aathorlaed and adopt
ed for the Initroattoa ot the miliary of tbe Btate of
Ohio.1 April 10th, m.
I JAMBS B BUBBILL,
; Speaker of th Boose,
t t"-fci ' JAUiS WONBOB,- er .
1 JOB. D. BJX1T A CQ pnMUhar.
HTFer afl Telegraphk Neuo, tee 3d Page.
Morning and Noon Reports
FROM THE RAPPAHANNOCK.
HtinQirnrria Aiu aw iraa. Pmavih Tn
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S3. A flag of trace oroased tba Rappahannock
UI. . I I . L f . I ' .
.ui. svouiug wi.u a cgmmDDicauoii ror uenerai
Lee, the purport of wbiob has not beon made
Rlobmond papers of yesterday and to-day
saya : Tba loiaea la A. P. Hill's division on
tha 13th. arnra Oil bin.,) ArA .,jj .j
417 missing. Thla division was confronted bj
a-rauaiui e ion, ana consistea oi six Drigaae,
with artillery. More than hair of tbe rebel
loss oconrred In thla division.
Intelligence from below la to the effeet that
u rcuniB uave uouBiuaraoiy strcDgtnenea tneir
forne at Pnet Rn.nl anil that tho .tn.
tain a contraband commnnlcatlon with their north
era irienaa eta rotomao and Mattox Creek, croc-
inO tha Panlnanl. mr.A Q k. !. . , T ..J..
abont 30 miles below thin nnlnt.
No shots hare been exchanged w itb tho enemy
ur several uujh. me river picket muiutaiu a
ineuuij aispoaition towara eacn otner.
Floyd and Marshall
Cincinnati. Don 91 Aitoln frnm T .tnt.
' w m . M.ll.u ..vru. UD.IUg-
ton renorl fear, nf a rahnl ralrl h Flnnit
Hamphrey Marshall, who are advancing In larce
I t VI, . ir, , . . . .
tuive irum vv raiera Virginia, a movement ot
OOr trooDS has onenrrrrl frnm Rlrhmnnd tTo
that will relieve Eaatern Kentucky from any
Rebels Advancing on Goldsboro.
Near Vnsr. Tan OA a 117..t.l-i ji
patoh to tbe Philadeldhia Inquirer says: Gen.
Foster's diapatoh in regard to the capture of
v.w..HHV.v vd Him iud rsjuuin rj auraaciuK
BallU i if . . - .. i
men. la driv him frnm Mm
- . - -- w mub.v.mu. a v. iter
believes hlmaelf strong enough to bold out un-
New Yon-. Den. 91 A nr.,u..i.
to the Tribune saya: No nomination for Sec
rel&rvnf tha Intnrln. . ..nt i.i k. c
to-day. Assistant Secretary Usher is Acting
It Is aaid that In a voto to-day in the com
mittee of Ways and Means, Ave members fa
vored tbe issue of more currency, und three
The Preeident has reoeived and transmitted
to tha Sonata fna .tiflA.ttn . r
mere and navigation between tbe United
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wMivaanii me nepuDIIC 01 LilDena.
mand without explanation on his part. This
virtually dears him ef tbe charge of miacon-
uuv. in me rreuericKBDUrg lignt.
Mejor-General Sedgwidk has recovered from
his wounds received at Antietam, and lelt to
day for the Army of the Potomac, to take
uuuiuiauu ui Durnjiae oia corps, tne a in.
iWABHIMOTOIf. Deo. S3 Ran. P nfna ITincr
While Bittine In hi rnrrlaira In f.nnl nf Ih.
National Hotel, auffered a slicbt attack of
.n:i M aa ii .... " ...
cpucpuj. mauicBi aiienaacce was immediate
Iv procured, and he Is now nearly recoveied.
Washinoton, Dec. 34. The Times special
say tbe Senate authorized tha
a eommitlee of seven to .which la to be referred
ine suDject oi a railroad and telegraph to tbo
Faelflo. Tbe bill passed last seaaion was found
Impracticable.' reantrino? imnnrt.nt ininii.
meats, which this committee is expeoted to
Ex GOV. RftnrlAll'il nama ha, knan .An, a lU
Senate for First Aolt..nt inlnii.t n.n...i
arouiuoni, oas not Bii;nca too bill ad-
t llr. vrt ... . .
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ill li.i na i,hkl Virginia. h a nran ani... .n
The Alabama Again.
NlW Toil!. Don. Q.t Tha anhnnnaa Ma.. V
MaDflim. arrived tn.ntoht frnm nnmlnU ...
tj r -..ww w.u . u.u w , . V
DOIte that On the 27th nit., while antarlnc tha
port of Roseau, Dominico. she was fired into
SW1CB DV Ena nirarA a inhama I In In. ilnht nl
December 1st, when passing tbe Island of
n ii . t , . . .
vrusuBtuupe, sue saw tne pirate making Bigoals
to the shore, and saw her next r)A oin in
suore, receiving provisions.
St. Lama. Deo. 24 ArMnaa hi., kun .a.
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oeiveo. oy uen. curtis irom uen. Davis, com-
mandint? at Columhna. K . that, ha fa aialirtnf
reinforcements in season to prepare against any
rcuoi BttacK mere, ne tninka no attaok is
Boaton. Deo. 24 A
street, was badly damaged by fire laet Die tat.
V mbm .... . I . AT1 nn
uuoa oBiiuiateu ai iu,uuu j mostly insured.
Ninr Yonr. Dnrt. 94 Tha M. i.nn.ni. a
JnontnoK lelt ror Hamntnn Rn.il. a.taj.a
ol. ,r 'i.Y7w r"
oue lBcommauaea oy Wiommanaer Worden.
Tbi writer of the lollowioir. communication
informs us, in a note accompanying it, that he
was nntll recently a member of (to use his
own words) "the traitorous party" which he
now denounces. We may remark that the
conntry la foil of men who, like him, have die
oovered the sad tendency of sectional asita
tion, and, although late, have abandoned the
oauae and taken sides with the Democracy
and are now laboring with it to save the Union,
if possible. Eds. Statishan.
[For the Ohio Statesman.]
What Conbtittjtis a Dimoctut? Up to the
time of the inauguration of the present Admin-
Miration a avemocrai was supposed to be one
id lavor oi tne government or tne people
constitutionally adminlatnril. anil
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naurpations of every kind; one in favor of the
Conatltution as it was handed down to as by
our forefathers; one who believed that tho
wnue man was at least equal to tbe negro.
Bnt aome of the wiae men of the present day
uave iuuuu out mat suon is not tne case. A
learned man in my neighborhood has discover
ed that a Damnarat I. a Rnttamnt a.j ... -
- -.wmm., mm .una a
Butternut is a Secessionist; and this wise man
is oniy a type ot a Glass that are numerous.-.
This same individual not a long while back de
clared in public debate that expediency demand
ed tha dlaanliltirin of tha Ilnlnn anA i j
. - - uw no WUU1U
rather see it than have slavery extended into
auy oi wa lerntory. Ana even alter tbe pres
ent Administration oame into power, the Inau
ffural waa denounced h thla uma
j -.. UIUIIIUUH
and his party, they even aasortlng that Lincoln
was as much of a traitor as John Tyler. . In all
this he is also a representative man of a large
claas. At that time the men now oalled by
wav of derision Bnttarnnta. .tnnrl h &f. r t.
coin, hoping that it was his desire to stand by
the Constitution, and had tha Ahnliiint.,
stood as firmly by him as did the Democrats,
the war would have been closed up before
this. Bat they did not do so, but used all their
efforts to chance the obieote and nnvfAiM af
the war irom a catriotio effort to aa,ha
Union, into an out and out war for the aboil
tlonof slavery, and having suooeeded in their
designs in a good degree, they now profeas
great loyalty and devotion to the Administra
tion, and denounce those who take exceptions to
this view of the affairs of the country, aa trait
ors. They appear to have forcotten tha .
dom of discussloa which tbey olaimed and ex
ercised toward the Administration when James
nncnanan waa rrminani. ku iui. ruitm
h$U p know thm." I would be "glad to have
vote vviueuve vvei aim aDore weir nouow
professions that they are now any better Union
men than they were a yoar or eighteen months
ago. Is any one Idle enough to euppoao that
such men aro auy more honest and patriolio
now than boretoforet What havo they ever
done for the oountrv. arnnnt t. - thai. im.
jeopardize its interests and peril'its tranquility?
...firacu, uur uuuuujy ia aimoat prottrale al
the feet of diaualouists, and the radicals seem
bent upon dcatrnotion, though they also perish.
Anything to rid tbe land of slavery is their
motto, their watch-word, and all who do not ac
cord with thorn In sentiment are traitors . This
may be so, but I confess I cannot see It. I am
prepared to denounce treason in all its forme,
ana nave no sympathy with rebels North or
Santh, and if I bo not very much mistaken such
men its I have described are just as much op
posed to tho Uulou as it wits as any rebel in the
Sontb. . When Crittenden offered bis compro
miae how bitter were they In tholr railinp.
And now how many crude and foolish notions
do we hear from the exponents of the party
about a new Government iu plnco of the old
one given us by the fatuerc? Men change, but
principles aro always the samp. No new light
haB dawned upon these men, that we ate aware
ot, and what tbey now derclep eo f nil j is only
lu ooneona.tce with their inherent corrtittion.
They havo seen and upokeu ol' nothiug lor
years out tne inevitable tero, and thonghtot
nothing else. Tbey have preached him from
the sacred desk. The Union and the Constitu
tion sink into nothicgneea when compared to
tbe abolition of slavery, and men wbo desire
to stand by the Constitution and tbe Union, aro
in ttieir eyes tne sympathizers with treason.
Oh, minguided men, bow long will you dvlude
yourselves? Arise from your lethargy, throw
off all bad influences, and stand up lor the
Union as it was and the Constitution an it ia,
and then, and then only, may we look for the
nioj.'iuge ot to revisit our laud.
E. B. W.
RAVINGS OF ABOLITIONISM.
A Blasphemous Sermon in the National
Capital—Negro Equality Proclaimed.
[From the Washington Star, Dec. 17.]
Rev. Mansfield French, teacher of ci.ntra
bands iu Sooth Carolina, delivered an Mddrcs9
on Sunday morning, in the hall of the House of
Repreaenta'.ives, on the negro as he is in the
After eulogizing Robert Smalls, the oolored
pilot, the speaker aaid be would take a view of
the war through the black man's eyes. It a
slave in ho:jth Carolina were asked when the
war would btrended, bo would rcplv. when the
rebeln aro all killed, and if asked wheu that
would be, be would say. when von lmco the ne
gro a fair chance.
Ibere ware two views, an outer nhd au Inner
view, that were taken of this war. Politicians,
sud sometimes statesmen, took the outer view:
but the black man took the inner ar.d proper
view of the war. When the rebellion com
menced it was supposed that three months
would witness ita death, but God did not in
tend U tuouia end nutil Ilia programme of
emancipation lor all bonumen was carried out
Ihe speaker could plainly see tbe hand of
uoa in an tnat Had takeu pluco during this
Tbo speaker then highly ex toll J tho indus
try oi tbe soutn Carolina negroes, and pro
ceeded to detail tbe progress attained iu the es
tablishment of schools among tbe ulaves of
South Carolina, Georgia and iiorida. When
he went to Fernandina, Florida, he eatubllahed
a school of about 140 blacks, and among tbe
number was one very black girl, who had avail
ed herself of opportunities of education, and
who, from ber prohcionoy as a singer, waa se
lected to teach the pupils to sing. On one oo
onalon he (Mr. French) eathered flixtv mpm-
bers of this sohool around bim, and, alter they
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naa saog " buuio uoie, mev were ordered lo
their seats, nut they stirred not, but stood si
lent and motionless lor a few momuntn. whan
tbe loader struck up in a clear, sweet voice, that
song commencing "John Brown's body lies
mouldering in toe grave,." etc. and. after
singing the first verse solo, the whole cchool
took up the strain and sang the song through
out. Mr. trench said his audieneo might
think him superstitious, but he took the eiog
ing of that song by these people as an evidence
that God had come down lor the deliverance ol
that people. It Appeared to him like itiBnirii-
tion, and as though an angel from heaven had
come down and taught these children this, for
how else could thoy learn it ia that far off
The religious character of tbe negro waa ai
eo highly extolled, and when not associated
with whites they were the most moral and hon
est people In tbe world. He never heard an
swearing, or knew of any drinking, lying or
stealing among them. He believed that It
negroes wero permitted to have homes in South
Carolina they would uevelooe the soil and ba.n,
tlfy that Slate, and soon establish a trada with
the North four or five times greater than that
wutcn naa ever existed.
The act of emancipation waa not so mueh
that of Preaident Lincoln as it was the act of
God, as the first great move toward the free
dom of the negro, for everything appeared to
bo tending to that point.
Iu relation to the negro brigade tbe speaker
t J iL.a fy II .... a
earn uiae uen, numcr aisoanaed them as a
matter Of justico tO their families, henanaa thee
oould not get paid, and for no other reason.
The negroes wore a brave people, and would
fight, and desired the opportunity. President
liiDcoiB naa toia mm (tne speaker) that he
learea nia emancipation proclamation had
only gone emn deep into the rebels. If
tbe slaves, nowever (argued Mr. French),
were allowed to fight they would make
it strixo into tne bone. The slaves even
in tne interior oi tne south knew oi the eman
cipation proclamation. In fact the slaves had
a Bort of seoret telegraph among themselves,
and they were not only quickly informed of all
Ibit was done in Congress or in the Cabinet,
nut tney anew aiso ot tbe actiou of high
Heaven in tholr favor.
The negro must be recognized aa a man; and
not only must slavery he destroyed, but this
country must reach a point to love the African
and raise him to a point of equality, before it
can come safely out of this trouble. Jnat aa
the national heart beats for the negro, In that
proportion win w nave victory or defeat
Every defeat the Union arms bad suffered had
been a blessing, for it had best aided to work
out Ihe plan ol the Almighty for the elevation
of the slave. Tbe speaker had become bo well
acquainted with tbe alavea of South Carolina,
that if they were obliged to return to bondaee,
liberty would not be Sweet to bim, but be
wouia aesire to snare weir bard tare and man
ner of living with them. The negroes are not
ouiy tne nation's poor, but tbey are tbe Lord
poor; ana If we take cars of them, tbe Lord
will take eare of the nation.
Tbe ieoturer olosed by a request for aid for
At tbe commencement of the illHooiirna. thn
ball was completely filled, but peruons contin
ued leaving to suob an extent, that at tbe close
not more than one-fourth the original number
were present. A iaree number, nrlhclnnll of
lames, ten immediately alter tbe allusion to
tne singing oi John .brown's gone In Fernaudi
na ; and the speaker said that be hoped that he
uaq onenaea uo one Dy relating the fact, or by
anything hehadaatd. There I one thing certain,
had Mr. French spoken half an hour louger than
he did, he would have had no audience exeenta
sprinkling of that class who parallel John Brown
ana jesus vnriet. ,
In whloh particular' they seem to hav tha
tag of th ft. n eg roe of the North Rep .
[From the Washington Star, Dec. 17.] [From the New York Freeman's Journal.]
Death of a Baltimore Lady.
and aCcomnUahm) danphter of Gen.
Charles Howard, one of tho distinguiijied oln
sens of Baltimore, died recently. Her father,
wbo was one of the Baltimore Police Conimis
lionere during the lib of April mob, and was
consequently sent . a SUts prisoner to Fort
Wirreny whore Jae has been incarcerated for
Slghteea months, by special permission,' got
leave to go home temporarily, arriving in time
Only to see his dangbter die. Her brother,
Frank Howard, Esq., who was editor of a paper
published in Baltimore, called the Exchange
waa also sent to Fort Warren more than a yea
a rfi . nn fit a ni-ir ma nf tvAAann IT. I J .
"(lUP vu lUW UUWBgU BVB, ! t-UEUII no tJUUlU DO.
obtain permission to 'go homo, and bis slater"
goes to tbe grave unseen by bim. ArcurJt
Daily Journal. -
Charles Howard, mentioned above, aud so
well known in Baltimore, is the son of Col. Jobu v
Kao-PF Hnward. tha tn.n Ik.. O !: ' T
battlo of Cowpens, to whom the Continental' y
""K" vuieu a menu i as an aoKoowiedgment. ;- - s
Charles Howard's offeqe was not thai he bad
broken any law, but he held office under the
K I . I n nf .f. 1 1 it. I .
ui iiiaryiuuii. no legal accusation baa
been mnria loalnat lit... KTA i.i.i 1 i. . .
- - ----- a iiiiii. .,u fciitii UBB Deeu
grated him. Detained by caprice, and Bgalont'
law, some degreo of respect.itmay be supposed, u
was shown htm, for bia father's sake, as well ,,
as for bia own high character. Nothing of tbe,
kind! The flrnt daw nf hla Bltfl Waal at Cnat T 4.
A- . , UI W J--
fftjeite, with Mr. Ctahell, Col. Ktne and Mi-;
Mania k.f ....L.J l .....
uai.-wua.eu uura waa sent to tneir cell f
In a dirtv Moan and mnillm knv tm ...
nien, dragged away from their homes and bus '
Ine-s, without warrant ot law, were thus treit-v"
ed. They were subjected to other indlgnltlea, 1 :i
no,t forgotten, nor ppseiblv, hereafter, to be
j...,. iuiu luuiga inoy Butured at tbtt , ,
bundrj or men thntthriii. Kft,... ..m ..-J'
.muo wuuiu uui Ua.u
trusted "omong the dogu of their flocks." ' 1 J "
Frank Key Howard, above mentioned as not :
permitted to visit his dying girtor, happens to i
bo the grandson at once of John Edgar Howard
and of the nntlmr nr ilm n.. . ... '""
ner Frank Key. It is a very curious fart, '
...cn.wiivu iu us vj uen. cnariea Howard, that '
the nitthtou which F'FAnlr tTa. tl..j
reetcd, was tho anniversary of the very nicht
grnuuiaiucr, rranit liey, detained
on board thn li.lii.h m,.., ... ..... ..
below BAitimore, wroie.that patriotio ode.,
that wan tne night of the 13iU or. 14th ol ..
September. In lees than fifty years ther'ealter.
on tbe arr. nlirht nf ik. . ... ... j .... . ,i i i
grandson and namesake was, without waira&t,
without accusation, couflcjoua of breaking no J
law, invaded iu that Aome that iho law calla a t ,
man's caetle. and
and Irom betude hie yonog wife. We leave this ff
A'liinl.l Bl(.l.n..... 4 ... . ...
, iur i.e moment, without- T'
comment. It tells its own bt.v.
'But these- thinga shall it fr'itttu aud told
herea tcr. Tho people wlff, are Veaponsiblo for u '
SUCh thincn. and thnir nlilMran l'...I..LtU
rcn s children, shrill bo mado a hissing and a
reproach, so that they ahull fly the couatry to
facatjo the ignomy of their names. . ,
Dr. A, J. VANDERSLICE,
Late Piofcssor of the Ecoie Clit.ique Je iyiedi-
cine t narm.icy in rnrls
A PJ2ACTITI0SEH OP 20' YEA HB
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Coughs, ColJa. Aathiu., ri tf , Dropsy, Dye-,
popaia, Liver Cum;)IuiiH, Piles Fistula, Gout.
..uuuninuijuaumis, v Diteoweiiiii, wervous
Affections, Fever and Ague, Bilious Complaints,
ete., etc., etc. ; .
Dr. Vadbislic ha met with great sucot-sj by his
i 1 , - " vi ..Kim, wucre o.ii(r very
eminent physician hav railed to produce cure. To
ttest hi confidence In hi own skill and merit, he will
uniiertak. th cur of all patient without charge except--
no Ina na. nf ...ii.i. . ... ... " . . .'
ki , r' ""-"-. ivquiring no lee until alter
h. restoratioh of their health.
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-- - r-- vuaiw.Mii i uuaniDien 10 rer
move radically in a few days, without oUeusivo or dnle'
tepou medicine. lie warrant to all, no matter hew
ever or long stauillnjr the disease, aa effectual cure, or
na require no pay. Females suffering with irreitulari
. I,,!"n". ability, io., can be pennau.ntly
eared ny I)r. V. Invllds in any section ol the country,
by addressing letter to him post paid, and inclosing
tea, can have advic, and medicine will be promptly sent
TT73 BatiilenMi. .1. . .
aneJf lo.d T',-" t" , "S '7-?.' u"
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0 to IS a. m., and from 8 to 7 p. m.
hundred oertlScate. of thepdy cure of various dis
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, CONSULTATION GRATIS.
; H. SIMONTON Ac SON,
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Ann far.l. -7.V. 1.T" 1 "ulK'lcu w,lQ 'D' m
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-1 " mrco monin waa neneotly cured.
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Ihl Is to eertify that I have been afflicted with Pile
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Hd. 278 Greenwich St., cor. Warren StM
AiND fOA SAM BT DKDaOIgrS OSNBBALby, :
Ar.ril Si, lHCa-dAwly . '
" Sheriff 'a Sale,
Schueller k. Martin. , ' '
t.u-,: 7o nklin Common Plea,
Tl TIDKrc M w....." ill
I a ta ma dlHn.tA.1 r.n. K. ri . .. n ...
. . ..m. wm 01 uomaioD ru.
of Franklin county, Ohio, I wilt offer for sal. at publio
auotlon at the Livery Btable ot 0. W. Shipley, on
Boum ?ront itreet, on . ' . .r
Tuesday the 30th day of December, A. D. 1863,"
ftt 2" O'fl lOQk P.M.. IK a fnllntalna. nsHnA.a mvlt . fP--
" " V Vllt'WIlip) ('pes (W wt. AVWW
Orey Boneg, and on Dark Brown Hoi-m.
dec 17-4 td
'. , OpeiMHl Bett. 16th,' llS6av. . ., .'
I Mai IDIltllt
Opposite Capitol Building, High Street
lai ISTow lieniy for the rutpcrL -
'' 5 " l't ,' i ai i i j .:...:t t;') t-ca ,?tk
" ' WALltKIS f AaiKO.Worirrroii?1 '';o,
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