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MANi'PENXTNfc Miller, VubUheri. '.OGt '.OffWDAT MORNING, JAN. 23, 1863. and 8. Stats . ...... Im Hum XNii .... .M ' titvartlooeao&ts aq Mbtortpttoas rot Mr. Vallandigham's Speech. i thisMog . ', m. y.oieBAM.rooeottydelivereau tvMh " a tbe Dllv for several dsjs, bat wilt os pub? llthtd eobrpkto Id ou weekly edition; . The ' speecb U e vlodleatloo of Mr. V.'e pesteoorte, '- . oreseot view end predictions as to the failure , v ot lbs Wsr aM tbs Union.' -: i M ,u. A , , jtirit' in '"' ' i ;ii Dr. Beamy. .im v. w. . ' ' t vt!.'iM !".! I u. , , Ia oar aotios of the teoond day's dlsoosslon ' la Ibe House of Representatives on arbitrary , ' arrests, we stated that Pr. Rum,' one of Ibe r iiivfie iivw taatewea, lugniu wvhij t m mwm-- ' ' holding a eotsBt'ission be Ibe army. ' This,1 the Doctor Inform as, le a mistake. j L He says be '"K'iJeeatotihfeTerigo!ion;ndhM been notified " of lu aocepanee; but that Ibis faotbad not t boss suds public ' We made oar statement m aaetaiae aawaav v v oaaaaww vis wiinivwt '!K "5 poo the authority of a poll.tloal friend of Dr. KH .1 RBurTf.'wbo is enppoeed to be well pooled In metiers of that kind, we meet cheerfully auks this correction, and desire to add, that It la not oar parpoeo to place anybody In a wrong , position,, tbrongh tbe press, or la any other way. Abolition Documents. It ia aaid that Got. Ahduw, of Masaaoba aette, la printing tbe Preeideot'e I'Proclamitlbn of Freedom'' la pamphlet form, and having " i. the tamo franked by, Abolition CongreMmento offloere In tbe army, "whoae hearU are In the '-' 1 eauae, '-who ar4 enjoined to circulate Ibem among the olevea In' their reapeotlr depart meatfc'anl withto the Unea 'of tbe enemy. 'It la anderatood that to each document i append ed as InjoDolfo to the alave "to strike for hie freedom." If the women and children of tbe .Soattr-tboee of loyal . ae, well j tt of disloyal faaUliae are not massacredj it will not be the fault of Got. Ammiw or bie Abolition party. WhetatO'do not each monstere In human osd oeaerTai now runuflna aanMrta man lntodemone!ui::;'"""-, Speakership of the New York Assembly. . !. J I 1.. v !. W . 1 :.'l 1 -n. 1 i1V eotlpnk Wkar;' in i (bo New Tork order to avail thamaalree of the eoppoaed tore opposed torgivenattoa of a Deiaocratta n'oaber, the" RepubUoans Iri that ody oo Friday night agreed to throw overboard aboli original Cauoandldete-iMr. fiaaawooD. 'ffXl9. 6ba.9niAfl,ni.tU "P Mr. CaiuooTT, 1 cjuago ooooty. i.a. , .t j, "; rWriCfWjflf. lriMw iarraigpsd.'by.'.the LepuWtoa' prees' ae'a KceetiooUt. and hi. roleeln former tegiilatures bar been held up j nn mi paouo ooium: yet oU-al 0000, a poo eeme nader handed and dis- . ft f rf'ff' n?yPfUo" u bfooaaea-thoRe- - pooueao oanaidate loo midnight caucus. "' ' fTho-plM (tm to 'force hie election on Sattu- day. Bat no vote for 8peakerjwu roaohed on 'thai Bay, and Ihe'AjseaiblJadjDOrned fill yee eday Wednesday). The Wisconsin Supreme Court Arraigned The Wisconsin Supreme Court Arraigned at Washington. .1.. .,) jjsit The. deeiaMa, of ibe Wieeooein Supreme ?'.H;itV.t Co9J.tt'l6A bi'Vr-.tto -Protldent to (aspen4 the writ of aaaaas eniw, eeema, to ,;Uveeaied no llittla flatterini ; among the Ab- :"t' '-u 'olltloo loaders at Washington. lA special dla patch atatea that the PreaidsDt and Cabinet had ttooaeo berraem"on Tuesday. What de- i ,"Cl?8joftlbejftJTd: a la aot staled, bat the dis- L id J1tfrM question wlU be tab mltted to CoogroM to determine who haa the ' -legftlmatepower to suspend tbe writ, the Pres ,( , .t.or Congress, We should think that the 1 i . -.pVepar eeorae'-weuld be (ol lbt' the cue pome ,7 j", bofof e.ihe'Sopreme Court of tht Unlled States for adjudication, as ou rogalaf dispatches tntl ) .;....i.-mato Is theioootae Sgroed npon. ThUWis- '-! portani deTelopmante. .. There is an evident -cTiflW.overkws ihs. Judicial tribnoals of ijt shoosaniry,'ta fsot Hwmv soon" be 'seriously ti.. qaeetlooed whetber.wo hvs soy longer, an In- Lac iu J-ui t.j.ti. ..)BJ.. -i-u- .v hold dear Is at stake, and they nasi bo pre- , pared, to, a. vlhslr, tights 'and liberties poilsm at Wasnlngtoo.' i 1 1 J. .i .luZZ 1 ii-l I .- :. l, 1.-, It U Mrear';t9'hs: Intelligent and candid man, as any oommoa tens : proposition can be, . ttat 11 tbe Resident and Congress bad adhered l so . ,tb . policy ) whioh. they professed when tbo greater portion of our volunteers enlisted In tbo army, )he rebellion would bars been by this tirns virtually st sn end; peaoe' and pros ,';'BerIt tronld fravs 'been restored to ths conn ' try; hoodred Ihoosand lives saved, and ths people would not have been enslaved by a na .i. tionaidebtl whioh witt soon be half as largs J thSI of Groat Britain, and iulte as oppres sive.'-"" tax m . . ...4'A- I l.!tliJ!l.. u f. tit rt Ml . r:u; ,-. t. , ''tTM. Pemeoratle papers,' j sayt tbeClevs- nXu. :' "? to pWMDf at the oi..,.-, shortly granted by Congress for one hundred ;mion.of Jegal. tender notes for lbs psyatont 5"?, f 1b'ldlers."'' Tbo Abolltlo Xeader mis- .:i i.i W ..... arspreesnto tbe Democratic Journals, as Is Its 'Wnnit ' 0h llil nrtS 'MlmnlAtrt a? mm.Ia. .).f: dnw mad for ths aavmantaf the bsUIm. hut '.Vainer thai payment; hai heed so long delayed. What they do complaia of is, that ths mosey ! .nc ol ihs people Is being expended in ths proseoo. 1" Xlon of mUItary operations, for ths sols parpoee of freeing negroes fi for subsisting, teaobing and training negroes, and for baying, negro kVjarT,i.,er m? They; thin the sel- av-.n h,'B,dD! Pld. w4.fcf bpwsl. 1 psper as nearly equivalent to specie as may be, before any mord money is expended on the ne- se.tnfT4ddWia1rf'tldn' party seems to 'awve aoro soswora for tbe blacks thai for oar blteeoldiertT In il.. ,,ii4l ,'lt . f I .'kfrln .original of, tnele4 ztjzj9 ;,M-' W.'' r' " .1. ii,. ong, Wglanisg .with the catimeut-"Don'l a. mi 'tinoyanma ntW ynw - ' . (Ti Governor of Net Hampshire: has "post poned the draft la that Stato sine 4i. It wss jo bavs taksi (Je'ofl the 8th lntt. ' ' ( . ( Ben. Wade's New Discovery of the Ben. Wade's New Discovery of the Cause of the Rebellion. "That ta a kral argument, char.eolerfcKo'a the maa and hia party, ,whlcb B Wa, , of Ohio, made In tbe U. S. Bena'e, on sue luin Inst, agslnst Ibe West Point MHry Aoademy Annmnrlat on b II. He anjuc wi-occauee tome of the ed? V E"l at tbe break'' oulolihe preiet jli 'i gQB wo therebel servloe, therefore, JWjest jvmtvat the botbed in wbloh'rebelllon'wVs beiotiedVd'if there bad been no West Point, there ,oal& ha.TO ben nu fsbellon,'Wfm Foiai enould - for that reauoo. aooordlDg to Ibe reaeonrog and itateemanshlfof the Hen. Bin iunrt 'PiWADf.' f? Sehato';flrom Ohio, be aoDHsuea. j fir,, bsjiitv, oi uregon, ia repiy U Mr. Wo, remarked- that be lad beard It' slated 6ti that Ado, and at the other end of the Csipltol (thai Is, the HboBe), 'over and orer again that elavery waa.tbe oaase of Ibe rebel lion? bat the Senator from Ohio had eaddied It dpou West' Point.. "Wt know,", said Mr. N niiBIJ'l'Jha(l treason was batobed 'ltf the rery seata we now oooupy," and. therefore,; wanrs argument,' H good aralntt West PeinV was equally good for Ibe abollhmehiof Ibe United States Senate and House of Repitsen'tattvct. Senator. Gauiia, ,pf towa, al told. Waoa that on tbe eame ground he should abolibh tbe Treasury DepartmeDt,beoauee traitors bad been employ ed in It. And Mr'. Foma,' of Conneotlcnt, declared that upon the same principle the New England Collegee should be abollebed, beoatMe some of (be lesdlog spirits of the rebellijn were educated at those fnstitutlots. . i , . ,. ,. , These illastratioas. ttiren, for the most part. by gentlemen of the eame political fkh ae Bin. WaDE, clearly expose the folly of -tha eoctlod alism wbiob mskes war upap lavehoder as a olasa, and dWeeU them, nlthoat distinction, ol their property,1 because a large poftlod of them have taken part in the rebellion.' , Beginning and continuing to act on'tbis principle, tbe end will be general anarchy and common rnio And to this result.tuch counselor as Brif Want and his Abolition coadjutors Will, If they bae tbeli wl and their waj, hurry tbe country. with locomotive sperd.i... in,. 'i .1 .11,'. i.l II M I I ' ' . - 1' The Ohio Legislature. ' Id the 8enaie, oo Wednesday ', after prayer by the' Rev. Mr Goodwin, about the osual number .of petition! were preeentcd, an4 bills read the second .time. Mr. O'Connur intro duced a bill, which was read Ibe first time, Farther dfin!oe the duties and" power of Clerks of Courts of Common Pieaa. u More new bille are to be introduced aoop, acoordiog to notloe given. . Honse bill was paesedi To ao Ihorize the Incorporated -village '(tr.'vM0up Gllead, Morrow TOonty.'Ohio, td borrow money to purohMS a ogide for 'ibe bee of aiii fUlagOk-'C.i i -hw ki.i'l' . - j . . , j .. Tbe Senate spent th'eVbole afterpooo in com' mlttee of th . Whole, In coosi4eratioQ of lbs bill fixing the oompeasation of tbe members of tbe General Asaembiy and tbeir officers. . ' Tbe Senate adjourned late In the evening.,. . Ia. the. Hodji, after prayer by tbe Rev. , Mr. Roberts, tbe messages from the Senate were taken np, read, and disposed of. One of tbem eontatoed Senate resolution' providing for a joint convention 90, Thareda, January 92d, 1863, at 11 o'doukA-. M., to golntoanelec tleri for rntted States Senatorwbiph, after a slight parliamentary skirmiih, jwae adopted, by applyiog the gag," la the shape of the previoas aaeetloow So tbe joint eonveatfon will - tike place to day, In tbe Hall ef Representatives, and we suppose tnat Ben wade, top Aboutioa- Disonionist, will be re eleoted i in disregard of tbe wiahst and sentiments of more than threr fiurth$ ef the people of Ohio. ," 3 '.. The ditoassioh bpon MrDeWl's resolution of inqolry as to arbitrary arrests; and Mr, Oa - horn's sabstltato therefor, wis returned 'andlln J.k. it 1 . m.' ll!i.i. -T"1-!. eOnllnuad throughout this entrrej day? At bight, MrjBrlswold moved that this matter be made lbs spool al order tor. J narsdj ;(ta day) al naif- past twcV o'clock alter whioh. the Honse ad Discussion in the House of Representatives. ....! i , : aesittivei THIRD DAY. I The discussion In'joe.'HoDse of Represeuta". tlrss on arbitrary arrests was resumed yesten dsy morning, and continued until night, Mjr.SarTTBX was ths first speaker. He made an able dejeose of the constluitional rights of Amerioan oitusna, ana aenoanoed moat forcibly and slcqaently the snoroachments of arbitrary power npon the liberties of -the people. ' His plea for, tbe .observance of law and order Wat one of the most j earnest . and .fervid appeala that has ever been heard In a .legislative body. He depreoated the course panned by the Ad ministration members, daring this disoassion, In denouncing tbe Democracy as traitors." Hs discussed the matter of arbitrary arrests, and tbs question of the suspension of tbe priv ilege Of ths writ of labtu ftrput, in a power, ful and masterly manner. ' His constitutional arguments were crashing, and 'utterly annihi lating to the speakers who 'had" attempted 16 bolster np and justify ths "weak and vacil lating" man now at the head of the Govern ment. H closed by urging the adoption of Mr. Daipsx's resolution.' 1 -' f " '"' '' Mr. Stiiss, the effioisnt j and Industrious member from Hocking, followed Mr. Sonus, oh the earns side, and maile a logical and effec tive speeeb, luminous wlilii facts and llluiira- Hons.- He deoooooed In burning words the ar bitrary acts of tbe Administration, both Feder al, and Sta, and triumphantly vindicated the Constitutional rights of ths. American people. He successfully answered and refuted tbe argu ments of the apologists of Ab4hi Lmcoln and pavin Tod. .The remark of Mr.. Hills, that "ho would llalher bo it, trigger then .a Dutchman," was properly oheraotetlssd by Mr, 8f lias. He also paid his retpecu to'Dr, SooTTj.f bo had spoken boes'tingly of tbs result of Ibe eleotioo in Warren eonntyf...Mri Stubs detailed the manner ia which the election wae conducted in that 'country tDd how terroriea prevailed t the . polls there, u This, speech, bristled with sharp points irom begipning to end.'1' ' '-.'U"te..u; Di- ietu 1 a ' MrpjauAn was the re( speaker In the af ternoon, a His forstst speeeh bad been to com pletely damaged by Mr, BurrHt's sledge ham mer blows, that he deemed ft necessary to rejoin, and .agaib' oo'me,to,: lt defense." of arbitrary power. . Hit second speech was noimprovemenl OB ths firstr sod hS did sot succeed lo rebuild ing ths shattered " superstructure" he labored so bard- to' rsar, po Monday.: ;;; ;;'.", ' ' Mr. Gait bin, next obtained the .floor," and threw soms hot shot Into the rotten hnlk of Abontionlem.,".Hla' speeohj was an ableand manly vindication of )2opstitational' Liberty, sad was attentively llstensdto, ((em; ths first w " t word of tha exordium lo the last word peroration. & tj V ' Mr. Kama, of "noble, nnamg tnat see oa reepondente of the Cincinnati Abolition" paper bad fvfftd him for his tptur$$ on Mdndaeven ifag, oonoluded to "try again l'' Hla-speeon, oo yeeterdayy wae -aaada in hla.pecalUn jfay, and was intended to be especially severe on the Pem9oHhH "WIW repreeenU on the floor of tbe Boose. He de nounced and abaeed tbrDtmosraieiwad praised Bod eulbgTaWfUie; Abolitionists, by whom he Claimed, ha was onoe fleeted to a (Morgan eawti ty AssAoiate JfldteSlllp Jteslilp.' ' This" wae one ot nis best efforts. He will soon be rekatdad M IWUWJ of Aha. leading speakers on hll ;Hc Mouse. Lit. podtt ana rar. mui win obts iu took tdtbearlaareui'X'l ih;r. J j tjtooll 1 1 Mr1. BaADScar iBBde 4 short epeech, In whleb be took iho. extreme ground In favor of arbi trary arresle and Aairas corpus taspensioni, and argued ag4lakt the postllon of, tbe Demooratie . . ' I .!... l-H.:i.!.ij. t.., ,). perty,. ii , 4MJ j irj iin, j 1 . Mr. WaarobUlned tbe, floor 6d,,f poke until night." His 'speech wss the ablieea defease of arb(trafy power, 'fhai rbVffladi to the Heuee. It went Iho eotire length in jus'tiflcatldn of 'the illegal ai'reete add Idearoeratlooi, and pnqael nedly oommended and Indorsed die easpenaios of )be' privilege of, Ve writ 'or ee eorpas k. ,l. v.UiLt '. ...I."' . . I ( ' ' " - - n -ir. . w w 1 1 1 i - ; Tbo duKMetbn 'trill bo t wtii wppos, tjils' afternobn,,', half pasl-'tit!jplook, as Mr. Drisiis resolation and tbe pending too- siitute are made 1 the specli al order 'To, that hoar. Congressional Summary. . . In the Senate on Tuesday,' the Soih' t'oal.', Mr.'Hatif, of New Hampshire from the com' mlttee on Navsl Affairs, 'reported back a bill to authorise' letters ot marque and reprisal With amendments,, and said he should, call it np at an eitly day. "Oh motion 'of Mr.j TaoKBDU., , of Illinois, the bill to alter the judicial dlitrioU of the United Slates, placing Michigan and 'Ohio la the Seventh District," wae taken np .and ntased 1 " ! ' pissea. ,. .,.,,, ., 1 , . In the Bouie.tPD the seme day, tbe Preslddnt'e meseags in dosneotlon with' his approvsl of the1 joint reeoiutioit' an tnoriring tne issae ,01. one hundred millions of legal tender notes, was re ferred to the ccommittee of Wsys and Means and ordered to beprintsd. Resolutions report, ed from the committee on' Elections that Wa um yattDiyaa, of Iowa' has not been entitled to a seal In this Boose sJace. he was mastered into the serviced! the United Etatq.ae Colonel ot ne tn lowa regiment, in 1001, were aaopi- "Editors in Bad Luck." ;"JJnder this1 eaption wo find the following in ea .AboliUan joarbal. ', It' ia pbsslbls; that by tbe change ot the single, word '(Austrian" Into another beginning with tbe same letter. 'the same article might be published, before- tbe el ipse or,mny tnontna, In .Austrian papers about editors In .another ,onbtrj thai lately boasted fondly of Its free proses , .'. " The editors, of the Austrian,1 papers who are In prison in that country; for saying things nn sdvlsedly through tbeir columns, are treated as it tuey were common maietsctors i . Joey have nothing in their cells' but a straw mattress 0 straw pillow, S'sheet, a rag,' two benohea, s jog of water, and an open tab. - The food given, to the prisoners Is the so-called "bouse diet,!' wblol ocnelsts or blaclt bread, soap sod. vegeta bles ' ' Off Sunday, and on Snnday only, a small piece of 'meat ia set before them 1 iTbe smell in the calls Is so offensive that tbe nnfortooate prisoners are obliged to leave the windows open nigbjt and asy Trio. ." Will He Redeem His Promise! the House ot Repreeentatlves, of which he Xfl-i-' "J.- ''i'Jj. 'n-ii-iL Jj..t .. 1 : leBtenau3VertorETiT. td.ia 1861, upon tb'e'same ticket with Governor JTeo, gavsnttavaooe to the following sentiments was (hen a member'. ''Thfi spaoh, from whlob this extract is taken, was mads oa the 91th of February, 1861.. HosaU j u )y';'.'..;.' " ."Seven of eight States noir deny their allegl ahce to tWg Government, have organised a sep arate Confederacy, and have declared tbeir in dependence; of this Government. ., Whether that Independence Is to be maintained or not is with the future. " If they Shall maintain tbeir position, uod if pnbllo opinion jn those seoeding States shall suttiln the anhprlties there for year or two to come, so 'as; to shpw that noth ing b6t k war of Snbjugatlon'sud oocqnest oan bring 'rtheoi bitt, I, fpi one, am dleposed ,'to recognize their Independence. Applause, and cries of "That's right," from the, Demooritio benches. : Now, in this state of. things, if tbs remaining: seven slaveholdlno States remain In the Confederacy, tbey are entitled to additional guarantees.'" ',.','''! --' tne question it now wnetner Btanton will redeem his promise. , j tS ili r.i J ir.l A LrvxarooL paper of Deo4 lajs: "Paring Ihs past two months sight thousand bales of ootton rags ltavs been boagni in this market, end three thousand bales in! London for ship ment to the United States.": ,, . [Communicated.] HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, COLUMBUS, O., Jan. 12, 1863. To tht Edittrl of the Cincinnati Enouirer: ., GiriTLUiSN For the benefit of those Abo-' litionlsts who ars disposed to make themselves merry over my asking for a Bible, while In sol. ltarv eoofinamant la rort Lafavstt. von will allow me to ssy that I am, and have been for two vears. a member ol the Methodist Eo soo- pal Church la. Lancaster, in I fall communion. The Presiding Elder, tbe Preacher la charge, and m olaaa-leader are all, I believe, opposed to me U politics. If I am eo bad a man as to be denied a Bible In this Christian land, whv have not the Elder, or tbe Preacher In charge, or my ,olaavleaderr or some one of the many members of my Cboroh preferred charges against me, and expelled me from the Church , . . juspectruuy, yoototruiy, '-"i i EDSON B. OLDS. [From the Holmes County Farmer.] Our Attorney General. Oar maoh respected follow 'citizen. Lyman K. Crltchfleld, was sworn In and entered npon ths discharge of hit official duties as Attorney Gen eral on Monday last.; 1 At 4 Democratic cele bratioa in Columbus on ths evening of the 8tb ef January, Mr-Crltchfleld was called upon and responded in an able and sloquent speeoh, lo which he dlsplared tbe uncommon talent and ability -which his friends know he possesses, and wbloh was received by the entire audience with Immense applause. n,; , fjf1 w The Black Republican newspapers trs cen soring tbe oelebratlon and tbs speakers with their ntual slang epithets. ' Especially have they opened tbeir batteries of abase and false hood against Mr. Q.,some three of four of them misrepresenting and.misoonttruing his speeoh Iq ior many 1 different ... ways. Let them blase awayl Tbe more they vilify his' good name Sod his patriotism, tbe more bis fiitnds will honor him. t.Ths time has corns when the extent of the respect and admiration of prom inent Democrats by the great mass of the peo ple depends 00 tbs amount of abuse. end con curs . heaped , upon them by these Abolition sheet. 'The Abolition majority In the Senate also took. It iPpon themselves to vote down, a resolattoa lo appoint ocomsilttes for informing M. Q.fahltelectlon tyfy Offlgeof Altorpey- General. An Informal committee of Demo orate from both Houses (lsn awaltsi nrrttfhlm and informed him ot-Jila oleotloa. - Ut neX not be ashamed of Ihft refusal of a oourtesy If lb er Abolition majority of the Senate, for it will ever-be an honor to Jjls name J1. "EhoOiie Stattman truly says: ; 4 "We are satisfied' that Mr. Crltchfleld will dleoharge his offlolal duties 4o a ablet teithioU- and efliolent manner, and that the people will Celebration of the Anniversary of the Battle of New Orleans. BELLEVUE, O., Jan. 12, 1863. . The "Boys" of York townsblp met al Belle' vne on the eveninir of tbe 8th of JanaarvMI&63d Htor tne pnrpoae-ot oeuoranag; tbe annlveraarr lofthebaMleof i?OrlaoS- 1 ' . " . . ... 1 . Tbe meeting was organized by the choice 61 iiarrtaon tUj i-reaientana Henry Brap&kejrj - Some remark! were made bv the President, after whlob the toaae were read by H, A.Sata: son, EM,a follows: -7 . .... .. 1st. The Day,,we Celebtata-A day held saored by every true friend of freedom. , Keepondet w bv Uenry UrubaJter. :2d- Georfie.-.WaahiDKton "First In war. first in peaoe, andJrst in the hearts 06 his eonntrvmen." . 1. . ...I iui M. ,. I nomas iJeflerson, the .aatbor or (he Deolaratlon of Independence M4y the dootrlnes whlah he taaebt be oarrled Into nraotioe as Ions as time shall endure. ,;- ri 4th. Andrew Jaokson The Hero of tbe bat tle of Nw OrleansHe. was most emphatical ly a man, take him for all lu 411. We never hall lAfllr tltWln hltf lllra dMlh I ' v-n., I 5th. The Constitution The ioclv safennaid 'nf 'nur llhnrtv. ' .' ,. . 6th. Oar Country Msy sbel ever be right; bnt still our oountry; 1 . , ... 7th. -The Rebellion-May it be SDeilv J .' , , -u I crashed out.,' ' .; ' ' ' 1 8;b. The Habits Corpus An inestimable Oe'orW' B: Wciellani-A soldier. patriot and a, Btatesman-r-Tims will do bint fnntln. -J 7 ' I , .lOJuTTbe Old Landmarks It Is never safe 10 eprl,iroi9,inem. 1 ,r.',-v ,11th. , The Ladles Heaven's last beet gift to man God bless them: tbey are for tbe .12 th. , Our Town A live. v nlace Inst now 13th. Tbe Union It mnet.be oreserved at 1 i . 1 . ' an oaisrat. , ,, , ..... '"Responded lo by II. A, Samson, Eaq. On motion of J, Harpster, IhefprooeedinRS of lbs meeting were ordered, tq bfc jpublihfd in , On motion of H. A. Samson, Eiq.,"the thanks 01 me meeting were presented lo rar.-wtit rar the able, dignified and impartial manner in whioh be has presided over the deliberations ol this meeting., , rj . The crowd than partook; 6r aS oyster sapper, which was gotten up in Sol Heddlng'a beet Style? " . , . , ...3j .".'. On motion of Henry Brubakfcr; the meeting aojournsa 10 meof agaift.ou tfe Bib day of Jan ovy.186, I HARRISON WILT, President. HENRY BRUBAKER, Secretary. HENRY BRUBAKER, Secretary. [From the St. Clairsville Gazette.] HENRY BRUBAKER, Secretary. [From the St. Clairsville Gazette.] Hon. Wm Kennon, Jr., for Supreme Judge. Ma. ; Editos!--The Demoorktlo State Con1 vtntlon will meet st Columbus On the 11th of Joae next, to pat In nomlbatidri a State ticket, and 'as there Is to be nominated a Supreme Judge, many Democrats In this part of tbs state are anxious uat' earmold and mutual friend,' Hon. Wat. Kinnom, fr: should reoeive tbe nomloatlon of-tbat Convention for that Im portant position!, joi'j ... I - , Mr. KMsow Is-a'Dsmootal ifrom conviction and from principle, and never jstrays from the DemocTttle fold thoagh the political beavons may be black above b Im and tbe elements howl ssoand him'. la" all the fiercSst sesanlts that bavs been msdohpoB the Deaioratio party, he has ever stood ready for her eVf erose, and while other msofaave'Meiedfrom their perpatklloalar he has stood firm and Immovable. a avidanoad by. bio votes rn Congress, from) Mf to '49; etrtf now, when despotism strides tS landi'he b lo heart and son! with tfaeDemearacy.,1 . As a lawyer he It aoaarnasesd la tbo State: , and by the bat bit opinions, ase regarded with proiouatL respea."! ne wui-' mate a JndirtL firm, just andgenercrus,pecnllairly fitted fet.Ute trying OrisU thtonsh whioh oarbeloved' is now paseiog.: .Itle hoped he may receive the Domination trnicn.o so wen oeserves. "jiu'ci s .0 iavq-.ji hast i;iMqoaA,rs.u - - The War Power. ANew York paper relates fee fqlioVihg::0 "ouw wmi' ! uiuti' at nnrnnav. Sobnyler conuty,' Undertook tp rebuke s.' hard customer, wbo bad freely iesoeg shinplasters re deenfable at the Havana Baak. laee.air ton btvS set afloat sbmnlastetB navabloat oar bank 1 yoo koowyou have not a dollar of money mere., "inat ia troe, sens tor: but 1 wish to Heavea I had!" "But it ie riot rlarht. then, to issue inose oint. "now oanfyon say so, Sen ator, when out people need onorencv so muoht" "Bnt yoo have no legal or moral right to issue them. Hew oan 'yon do itfi I ")o lr. Sacator -I do it nader the Wer- Powejr !,r7. Republican Legislation. sable, Wp'roctir J wniie oar soldiers ere, a their pay, and tbeir wives are starving lo death for the very necessaries of life, the Republicans are voting a bin 01 xtu.uuu.uup to aid tbe State of Missouri to emancipate her Slaves!..' Because Messrs.. Yallandisham, Cox Allen, and the Democrats generally opposed We Infamous bill mey are oenuminaica vaitarsanq secessionists. It Is strange that, with all, tbe adulation f ueneral. JBatier in tbe radicfcl papers, he has oeen so poiaiy rsoeived, even by ibe Abolition lets, in all tbe olties hs. has visited. A few Government offloere and contractors are all tbst asssmbleto do him honor',, . Indeed the only city that showed any enthntlssm at hit movements was New Orleans," but 'that Was hon h. I.ft V .VX.t nr.l,l ii r r ,.i 1 "" ' :m ' : ' J- il fi't li ; i.iU) fidi tt U'iv.1 ri.i; 111 c .. 1, ;', A ' ' ' Viw i J. .j c s ijfli :,).n I . j k,;.:'j . VEX OLD TEBKOHT COTOH BEHEST, K.'H.'Downs's. Balsamfo'Ellxir is rTktd for Coughs, Colds, ,aud, all diseases . of, the inroat, Cheat and. Langi This standard aril. cie nas seen tued in New' England and New 7bik' with nnlveital sgooess for over, thirty years.. Eastern people wllL be very glad to find It In Ohio. Forsaleby G.Rottrrs and all Druggists In Colantbns.' ft W. Hafaes. U03 Broadway, N. Y., and Job r. nenry ex v0, Waterbnry, V.t General Aetnta. . J, aov9e-dkati ' e ol-i : 'vii DIED Taatardar nornlaff, Jaury 8, A. U., li.ua, ton ol Jacob Hmans, aged 82 raarslaod nonths. i Ths friends of tht family are stspeotfallv muHini to Stfenf (h. foaeial this afUrnoon, at plalook, bom tht family ratidtnoi, eornar Bouth and'rjia'l ttMai 1 rsEWAbyERtiEnms, ,i, t .. M ' I . . COAI OIL! COAL OIL f ,Sr .,a c-.irl: u .x.t.vr,i J , , , i, ., FOH RMB AT .REFINER PRICES. :. by Ut btnet, -j.; I ' ' n vn . JW.'Tja tl,lf (VtOMl UI)(H S0 IfeMfle WfWCSa .JAOO II to 3.'.aJ;ci iiii ,i.iu::nn it i 'Milt 111 C3. TDM WH1BKIE8. D - pr, I galii'-cM n nsbXidaal ossts 4 m1 TAYlQir El WALL V LrvntfDViirvDai f. 1! f 'H " n Tr " ' r 'w-wa A U LlJriVa x v S M e Opposite the- First Presbyterian Church, JMVRhVakk'ftMaUn AM- Sj '.V 'ii '-Jl KSIP OONBIAKTLY OK HAND BEADY ilAStif'ffliti&B, 1 f ; it liwhaX Um wleTlatt for franklin; oooaty far tfce mannfaotBr and salt e , tun it v . LiMifeller'fl dir-Tight jBurial ; Oases, ukiir2.ni tmtnsK. art luptrlor to tbe jutalllo omm, aad Ike ooMJi onlr eae-balt f"' tow iturui umm era ano in nn w itmnBnnvtln..A. - rfl.MAl. thft tiodlfle f I Ot0Ma pereone, as thsy an psrfaciljrai(-tlsbt,Dd will prturvt eorpitt looger I ban mstrJUo oun-i 1 nACL'-nite ATTENTION TUB Ji. pnbllo to thilr hurgastook of . iiT , i.) 1 CLOTHS,' CAS8IMEREST,1 r . CLOAKINGS, JEANS,. 'n x ..i i. I .BHPRTt Vfifl SHfRTINTfla. TRfET., ANO . ABLE. LINENS,: , tT.imW AHR tOVLIES, ....)i-;Ji;ii'i '1 iwn " l'T. I ' a . i b ,.;. AdsSMl aasortniant of - 1.. . 4 n .vJ.aii.O til' ;. . ; Staple :and ,Fancy Dry Goods. Alto, lo their laqt stock of. . i j . "HOUSE TURNISHINtt GOODSs ..11 .b, Velvet nad Drnssels Carpeting, , is Three i'ltf and ingrain do. n Venetian, Rug and Stair do. - 11 i.Oil Cloths, Rugs, ' ,' ;, Gilt Shades, .Cornices. I ;'f. BnfT, Green and White Hollands. .V-'utacsj ana Swiss Curtains. ', ; Y Damask yj; do. etc. etc. , ".' ' ': I y 'I V, 1 'J I . i ' .'. r, Our present stock was pnrohaied prertoas to the groat adranoe. that haa noratly taken place In tbo laatorn owi in an amos 01 gooas, ana wo an prepares ana KiiiDi.urgeir u pnoas leas man maanraoinrers'. . We can afford to fire good bargains. Call and tee. , . , J. D. OSBORN & CO., Oppoelte Goodole tt V B. Hotels. Jjtnl-d3i .i I ; l 1 1 1 ! 11 J . ' 1 1' il i iijMt vi .sen .' a ir mt. Vii,Jjl jru r.M i I Ui! RICHARDS. UI t 4C I V-iltUI t I ll-.'l IV Now. BSO dc 852, Boatri Blah Bt., i .al..i. 1 ' ,'.- ! IN 0BD1&, TO MIST TBI WANTS 01 THSHt Onmeroai emtomers in ths war r Holldar Goods, have jut retained from iht-eavtern ciUtt with a choice ana wall tolootod stook of Li .11 Sli-ili .f nl 91 f ..II ...II. U, .. ..'' 11 LADIES' MIS9E9 AND CHILDRENS' I11J 4 : 1 LadiesvGloth and Plush NEW, RICH AND DESIRABLE ' at 1.1 H " a . -u . ... I DRESS SILKS, ;,ttaPlKS!.'Wia3E lllti ,CaiLDREN8' u.'ii.Tmai bin 1. rii.... tt .-i-c. I ii. (50 i &4 'pffrTH jsiqh btbiitI i O vaVari7 ma ' 'i ii i ur- 'i 4 ur '.:i m.rjO i.atiuiuii CLOAKSI CLOAKS i Grieat , Reduction in Price! .0 vt Closing Oat Sale of Blaosc Cloth Cloaks r. ' al Unatually Low Prices! piBBONB wanttnt styllth and aUgant Cloaks at vary f- - iw pneaa, win nna mat wt are offering groat in ;'d;!.33AiBa".cs. son, : n.? :? M ki.nmu.ttt Hlgst street. FANCYf-iFftENCH i FLANNEL , NEGLIGEE, SHIRTS., Vflbil tha hssi (rtrla and'oT superior materials. iu. uanu- rapar ao4, hrae .( ly, Lines OolUra, In all uanta' fnrnlahlnr flood, of knnarinr nntw. t. j.Hook TltStBcaili, Stooks and Oravats, la bttt 'i I'D (..v. 1 " " n TIA TTT msv. iars.wV-tvr N?'j ?3.A0 89 Voalb Hlvh Utreet. Inxpei:ial:JShirt8.: ' 1 A BJ7PPLT of thee oalsbrated' and tnparlor Bttlnt - Bbrrts constantly en hand, Also, Boas' Shirts, lnallilaer. ' - ' 1 ' . t . . . t.u. .ii r.u. tm.iti , ii, i sii.w i J BAIN St BON, j No. M and S South High stratt. il i.. .ax . . 'v ... I , ''x.w.-Hoop Skirts, 01 bait qualttjrror Ladlai. ktlaaa. and Ohlldrsn. ' BoopSklrU for tall Ladiaa. .,, , . .. . .., . noop nairta for nhort Jiadiss. , ',- I rt Qnakor flora Hoop Bclrta. i A BalnOKl tliu all. L,. Vha Baoat oxtanavra aaaortmant tt 'aniwirinv Rki... t. ,1.. Lll. A . fc . U. 1" fj ww pnoea. I err . r IV .r 0, NUIHo??y"Ui B,r, H,lr N,ta Qollted Albteos.ZoBlyr Worsteds, Balmoral Skirts. No. 83 and fS Boath Hlghstnet. pRENOH 4vtVEN"Ajl II IHECHaNIO x. Oorsaw.. . . BAIN Ac BON. LABIE'- AND BIIHS JS IIBBINO "'kb- BAIN BON. i i 1 I !',, if ) it; j I.'... ... GVW DOTJRl,fi BREASTED UK mOUpdrallrU.. ,d A. BAIN BON i 'i ' 1 ' iin.Mii I . ii,. TtLAOK. THREAD IiACE BAHHES. ( BAIN BON. jpniTLvailEEN, ri" n i .' i ' 1 li.w t r ,coi I ATTORNEY AT LAW, I'M". . "'FTIIJW-. '." i.l '1 tiUXtcS. 1 Odeon Bnildihg; ", f- ,Borqra-4ir n A N K I IT &l WYIs I D Q'Sifffl WfcOOteWI PIT TQWjl IJollMUon. and oUikf aifil -aaII . A '. Uuc vmxww - Vrni avii. si-Van J .MOM. 'MOOT AI1TJ DDUDNTB. . .1 m ,mmm -m u a ma I m n & aw .UW' - ITTOSLitea w..Ker. Soars opts X brfort 7 Curtain itaei at TA 0 oiooa f,!S!t .ji..tn Tu nirMaandPamuitta. Mo: Ontra MM, rsoj fanllr OlrolttSici Oolorrt Oal- lory, SEao, ....., os umot opto rrom it a. . w r. mifla BAL.LIB ST. CL.aIH . it Ia two fUndia plapw. One of tbe Meet AttraoUvei tenia of the Beason! Ttiu reday BvenlnsTi eg, 1863, 'Will ksTpraaaated Bnlwar's otlabrated Plav of tha Ladv or 3-s-y-orxia- PauUnatohppim..'MU8LLIl Bt, OLAIB. Olaads Molnotte nr. i. 0. ucuouom. y - .1 I ! ' After wbloh tbt aoroamlnj Oomedittta of OU COUNTRY COUSIN." 1 . MargiTy-... .".......MiuBALUl BT. OLIE' riii'' Tomorrow, Beoellt of ffllii Sallte St. Clal, Wbeu lbs eminent oeoontrlo Oomadlan, Ur. OHABLIB HAJtHA, will appear. Great Moral 'Entertainment, Boston Museum. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Entrance en UltTb St., Backers Block, opposite tne Eicaango nana, OFINB AT 8 A H. 0L0BE3 AT P. M. C. KICC, Prep'r. dao9B-U OFHOE OF JAY COOKE. tUlBSCBIPTION AOEN1 AT JAY OOOKB & COS, 33 L 3STIS. HI H. O, 114 South Third Street, -PHILADELPHIA. ' NOTIUBBR SOIh, 1B62. TBI TJMD1B8IQNR0 HAVING BEEN APPOINT , SD , i : ,- ' ' SUBSOBIPTION AGENT By tbe Btortlarj of ths Treainrjr, U now prepared to - furnlth at or.co tha new , u Twenty Year Six Per Cent. Bonds Of the United Btatat, daalgnatad aa'Flre Twentlea," re deemable at ths pleaeure ef the Qovernment, attar Bve years, tnd aulhorlaed by an. tot of OongreM approved ftbruary 86th, 1868. it?, ' THE COUPON BONDS . Art issued lo sums of ISO, S100, $500 and 11000. THE REGISTER BONDS , : . If.- '. In sums of S50, 100, 500, flOOO and 15000. i-, . . i Interest at lU per tent, per annum will oommenee from ths datt of pare our, and Is . PAYABLE IN GOLD, BeaU-anaually, which la equal, at ths premium on gold, to about eight per oent. per annum.' . ' --. -, . , '' farmsrs. ktarohants, Hechtnles, Oapltallatt, and al 1 who have any money to Invest, should know and re member that these bonds art, In effeot, ' i A First Mortgage npon all Railroads, , . Canals, Bank Stocks, . it? 1 i Securities, and the hamtntt prod acta of all the manufaotarars, tttn in the oatit9raod that, the full and ample pro vision made for the payment of the In tenet and liquida tion ef principle, by Ouatomt, Datles, Ixoits Btampi and Internal Bevonut, serves to make there bonds tht Best, Most Available and Host Popular Investment In the Market. BubssrlpUont rtottvtii at par In legal tender notee, or notes and checks of banks, at ths CLINTON BANK, ' i' v Where ths Bonds will be furnished, sod erery Informa tion will bt given to subscribers In Oolnmbns and vl olnlty, by ' W. G. DEVHXER. deoSl-dttwlmfcwBt MERCHANT TAHOEING -ESTABLISHMENT, ii CV Li.iN EI L HOUSF, (0PP08IT1 TBI 8TAT1 CAPITOL,) . MABCUS CHILD J, Proprietor. THIS LAHAR ' AND IttAGNIFICKlMT Batabllahmml Is one of tht most -oompleta In the Weet, and has Jnat been Oiled with a largs and wall at looted stock ol . . , A , .. .. -WINTER GOODS, which will be found to szoel anrthlnc arer hfnr. nff... td la this market. In the Custom Department I em ptor none but tha beet Cutters and Workmen, and all orders will be speedily filled, and Warranted to Fit and be Well made. .MILITARY GENTLEMEN Will find at this Batabllihinent Ball thai ftatAaaae mmm e . quired for a cempl.te outfit, and my ractllUes and prices art each that I oan defy competition in thla line. READY HADE OLOTHtNO . i AND CENTS rtiRNISUING GOODS. Will bt found In areat vartatr. h.Tbi th. i. . ...... of ihU kind erer brought lo thla oity, all of whioh I ta rt to tha publlo to call and anmin. JSL A. elMwhera. i--.u..g , HESIEiriBRH! My 8 tore la onooalta tha n.niini i. , o. Bulldin,,and I. on. of lbs lin'ort Btori "tiZZ ta tfoantry. A vielt to it will repay any ontfor th! trouble repay any one for the deolS-dSm MAROUB OIIILDS. T. T. OVERLY, .'p , Dealer In FAMILY 'GROCERIES, Foreign and Domestic Fruitg, PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. CHOICE , FAMILF FLOUR, Ho. 09 North Hgih Street, Oolumbuo, Olxloi Country prodaoe taken In sxchaoge for goods. Oobii deHTered free of eharf e to ut e aJ m .ptrtortlje City. doolA-aom Q' ir BonBiHoxi tiptvu. ssaraau QIUmWmmM .,, in in ror sutiry JlBSl BATH a BOW. v.ii srjoo MoUtBlgh4ftt