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luisai ""CTVi.iiw-v. -m i '!!!' i toLVWv Ji v 8ATUtf! a. aiV' NOV. 7. 1863. OO.) ,.v i Oark Row. llew York, end 6 State Street, Boston, IiWruiwiw aad Saboartomna Jlf . r Beware of the Poison! CI The dleoiplee of ft old Ganlfonlan-Aboll-tloa tohool oi Union hutert are InddJouilj. pr- u paring the pobHc mind for tae revolutlpa they are teotetly tad Wustiloosly Ub0,to eon" nmmatex Th poiloa of their iMIonl doo ; '. LinML whims and notion, they seek to diffuse ' b all aianhtr of wao pake il rervade the u a. a...! lUmmwainrtB of the dav. loit as the , Boiaoaol Infidelity and egregrlenltm wm in- . .. - . . . ... niaFitnm of FriBOe . foiM IBtO, inawwM"! . . .. .:-.i.";.Wlkll0fW,B,to. , - !V .it ttt..t .nil lAAAhlna IH o.ui.Tne taawai nrei"" "v- ini ... .. m wofklnc nlsht and dar to HUB WIUM-J - " " t , pUoeltontof the powei of an Amarloan, the ' ' Inheritor of American Ideas on aoolety and gor ' eminent, to bear or reaa a sermon, open w ' V1 BQTel, or look Into a professedly literary auga- ilna, without baring his patriotism outraged, and the memory ol his immediate ancestors l tasoJted, fcy sir insinuations, If not by dlrrel ' assertloaa, tnat the Union of these States Is 1 ''; forerer at an end, and that the ork of thei patrloU and statesmsno! 1787 la to be 1m tMTad and remodeled by the Llnoo'ns, the ' ' Chases, the Ben. Bailers and Johnny Bronghs ''' ... i - . i. iV IkBBA anMMltnn of wi tarn pwwi - , u ' such a thing, what man, with American blood la his folne and aa Amerloan heart to nis noay, doee not bluih and redden witusnsme sno in dlgaatforb Gold and Copper. ' The recant official report of General Cnw , ,. In rtterenoe to the gold fields of Arlsone, and the exnloratlona In tbat territory oi Mr. AO ' aan fa nnllemaa who waa sarly IdenUfied V; ' wlt the history ot California and Mow iMex- 1 ' . tool, have sen ed to establish sereral import a 2 aat faota aod eoaolasions, the most notable of " ' 1 which la. thai Bsar the line of the 34th paral , lal of north latitude and west of the 110th de 1 free of ftngltade, are gold fields of great raV : ba and thai within a few leare ther will be ' adding mllllona annually to the general wealth ..j el the oonntrr .s.-ni e'-iu-. Glowlnej aeoounta come Irem California of the richness. In gold had copper, of newly ' 1 - fibred parti of that Stalej alto aoconnls of the ' excite maal In Canaaa occaaonea 07 " u- coretlas of precloui metals.' ., I -; From California, la the first half ef this year, four thousand tons ot topper were ihlp : , ped from San'. Francisco, most' of it going to ' the smelting works at Boston; and for the entire ' year ibeshlpsM&u, are estimated at ten tnow eknl tonii The or arerei about twenty if 1 pet eenl.'-The ptoipeota are considered hope- fa, "'' " JDlafiorerUe of gold aod copper to Lower Can- ada are teoelrlng mnoh ettenuoa from lae pro ' "rlBolal Preeic No lees tluva fifteen prlrau blltt f' were passed at the late aetstoo of the LeglsU " ' tuie IncorporsUog mining eompanles. l, " . .,.,..,,, v.. ;." That "weU-Iaformed authority In military mttrt,theAmyUVtf JmreI,doeenol .', abate the opinion often expressed as to the ' ' efficacy ef "Greek fire, as meant of reduo- (ng Charlsetoa. It ntertalna the Impression , that the attempt may serve the Innocent pur -- pose ef tickling the popular fanciest but it 7.. :, will hardly be eerlualy considered ,hj proles ' ' atonal meat ' la Iti'lwt Issno it says: "Until ! t- eUher the boa fleet oen make 1U way up to, the city, or we eu plant a force on James IiUnd ,rr large, enough to maroa oa it, we aare uwie VfaUhlathecipture of Charlestoa." ) ,;,t ',:'. GaaiaAl, Bumua died at als residence fa New Jersey on the Sltt alt. He was bora la the city ef Worms In the year 1819. Be took part la the Bafarlaa rerolutlon, and gained .. aereral victories as the oommander of the Na ttonal Guard. Be f ought bravely In our Strug gle end was made Brigadier General, with his " eommlssIoB dating back to August 9, 1869, bat ' was finally dismissed the service, March) 3, 1863, since wbloh time he has rimalned, ft - - private Hfe. ; ' ?:: ; V''M '; " GmrmuLW. T. Banausi, whose hsadqusr- tM u al HlialMtnnl. has issued a ten' era! order, etlgmetistnf and forbidding Ihe Bieroa&ary and eohapt practices which are de- " morallilDg the ofieere el wnt Western armies ' The third seotloa of the order Is is followi: .' Third. It ! represented thai officers, provost ffl.h.ij, anf others la tne muitary service, are engaged la business or speculation on their own aooouol, ana ioa uey onargoieei rar per . - mite eadMtsee. ' All tblsJs a breach of honor aad law. Every salaried officer cf the millurv taotaetrioe should 4evete every hoar of Ala time, every thought of bis mind, te his government, and if he saakee one cent profit beyond nie pay It . ieeonupt and criminal. AU effioere and oi dlsra in this department are hereby commanded K to engage In no buslnsss whatever, save tbtir worn fluty toineirgorernmeniin, m , It 0i u aocoiplime4 blal reform . he will deserve nwi gratitude than If ne had fl won a vsat baitUi fe- he wtll have made' Ma- alog of battles easltY. f , r, I :; A tiASiaa Abolition sheet In HatBaohuset ; , c doila the, Bjtuetary of Wat "the oljowtorwall- ftumwm wmtw;.. . ( -t- ,. . , ,t ,., )fnv, 1 . Beoreiary Blantoa hu from the beginning in made It a leading aim te bambooaletbe people. y " Nobedy-ewarpmlne of the ooncealmeotor army movements, or of the suppression of any faota that might be useful to the enemy bat naright aisy about battleethat have been fought, aod w&eer vie ewtmr if juiiy uuurmea at so tne re tuUs, admlta of no excuse. j d What a Radical Abolitionists Thinks of our Army. . wt $ Xhe Chioage Trthmi, a radical Abolltloa or gan, Inlu mme ef Ihe 87th alt. ares the follow. lag language la speaking of President In- We eAtt:'tru9t VSL akfto tWii hi., fitiil be la human and fallible, vfie may have ptir eibly baa erred. But of eoe thing the pecpiti 1 , nd the:army may be entered, that hie action has sot its lasplratloa la the tne Mauraies aad thjkmn of whch ALI4 the army below ine eoomaDaev in eatw is tall. 1 1 to aat iineionaH www nugrtfh slstej piat ,.t erdlopTsediiiiUeneral Beeaoaawi tfas dated at LealtvUle, and that the oomtffacntata r jetiet pi, top riaoni.waa vnwu, wa eate " AfW ftt pider for als removal.' j w 1 ? . J Ui.f .Li ,viif qu) im o VI tl?9 [...] --'". t f-yr iurai uitir.se r1 , . M 'W '1 H . I it . bmj mi . jiiiMi. ana tor le tiut en emae In ih VTV- i. tAI-l'.. 1 . .... . .-powmraji naviuj-fcjitfuea bib military Ollioe, ba..h!io4n ddr tf rtojeopLj el. thei ant forlu'ubte Blate.ft It lengthy ooownent.-- We rttraot and publish Ibe olosior nut of it. rwiiu no expression ei oar regret inti we have not lb propernien,, and fafloead'ei (foh Federal Government V appreciate snob views nlhVl Lit&WtOTIiniwwl by Hr. Oawrr and TnfftilJ lb el policy of e Admlalatratloa so aado give them' and ibe)r'adherenta (a the rebel Stales all prop, er aad ntcessary enoouratnsnt'snd sympathy, Bir.'uiarr oioses nie iong aaaress tbui: 1 hesluted long; my fellow-eltlssns, to leeue this address.. .1 dUUke to be abused and slan dered. ' But, more than all, dislike to live un der a olond with those friends who hare not reached my stand-point, i- And, besides, all I possess Is In the Confederate lines. Their lead ers will, deprive my. family of slaves, home, property, debts due me In a word, reduce them from competence and ease to penury. : Aside from tbat what I have inside the Confederate lines, I could not pay for the paper Ibis addretoi Is written npon. But It may all go. To me, the path of duty Is plain. ' It Is lo Isnd my feeble aid to stop this uselsis effaalon.of blood. And, thoogh It beggar my family and leave me no ray of hope for the futore, I ahall fol low K. . . . .0,-;. .(V TIJ,,; . I have witnessed the desolation of the South ern : 8tatea from one end to the other. ! The hopeless sttuggle widens UV Baoh- day makes new graves, new orphans and new mourners! Eaoh hour flings Into this dreadful wblrlpojl nioreoi wreexen Jiopes, Broken lorrunes -ana aagnished hearts. The rloh hare mostly fallen. Tbe poor bare drunk deep of the eup ot sor row, while inreJy, and not slowly,, tbe tide of ruin, In Its reelsMens surge,. sweeps .toward tbe middle classes. A few more, csinjiilgne, and ther will form a ,pir of the general wreck. Etch rrare and eaoh tear, eaoh watted fortune anl broken heart, puts us tbat mnoh further off from tbe oD)eet of the struggle, and that muob rentier off from oeaca and biDDlneu. Viewing It thus, tbe terrible question was presented to me, as to whether I should ! con tinue my lot In an enterprise so fruitless and eo full of woe, and help the masees of the people on to this terrible deepotlim of Davis, wfiere enly ruin awaits them; or whether I should be a quiet observer or It all, or lastly, whether I should assist In saving the remnant of you from Ihe wreoa. ' 1 have ohoaen the latter. I shall send this address lo every bill and comer of the Slate, to the oltIsen!nd soldier, at boms or in prison, ana enau eena wnn it my prayer to Almighty God, to arrest them in their pathway of blood and ruin.' Why trust Davis longer? Had bs twloe-ouf Dretcnt reec-orees ha wooid still falL With suooets he would be a deipit. . Bui tbe wboie thing is tumbling to pieces. Soldiers eta leaving, diagosted end disheartened; and whole States have Bene back to their hoiae In tbe national galsxy. Maryland end Delaware wilt never again be shaken. Kentuckr has In trenched herself In the Union behind- a will of bayonets la- the hands of her own s'ordy sons. Missouri is aa firmly aot la the national gnUx? as Massachusetts. . , .., - ., ;. Tennessee, tsmpest'losssd end bolUrlven, otder the guidance of ker great pilot, steers for her old mooring, and will be safoly auOhor. sd before the leavM falls while the. rays of light from the Old North 8ute, flashing ont fully from the darkness across the ,t:oubled waves, ehow that she stirs. Is not lost, but Is struggling to rejoin her sisters.. JJone of these States will ever Join the Sonth again. Then, with crippled armies with devastated fields with. desolate cities with diahaerieacd sol. diets, and, worse than all, with weak and cor rupt leaders, wnat Hope Is left to the few! re malng States, but especially te mot and dawn- trodden Arkanaas I j None I Better get our brothera heme while they are toft to us. Open tbe way for tbe return ot husbands, fathers and sons, snd blnstnp tbe broken link of tbe old imton. vine people mut'taa to de this. -1 tail yoa now, in grief end psln, thai the leaders don't care for yoortlood. ; Your suffer Io mores them not.. "The tears and nf your anguiioea ana net eaved enee, fall oa hearts Tne shortest way, In mv oolnion. to reanme iur ralatlona with the Federal Government Is le,lnetruot Hon. W. K. Sebaatlaa' to take his seatloTUie Unltfad States Senate ' It Is by'U means desirable that such-InatMOtions bsio clear that the United States Government may be at no lots to see tbat our people are loyal; and tbat Mr. Sebastian may have but one coarse of cooduot left, i 1 feel cure' that he will re spoon favorably to your wishee.'" ' '. I -' Wksoavet It ran be dona. nuiinH akn.ii k. held prompUy, lnstruotfag him to resume bis seal in the Sanale: Where It cannot be done, or where oltlfens cannot attend meetings, let them get up petitions to that effect, i The pro ceedings of each meetings, end tbe petitions, If tent to me at tbia place will receive prompt attention. We Should do' all this bsfore tbe meeung ot ungresa in December. We will have trade open aad get all Ihe benefits of e Government that much sooner. r To those who differed from me In the com mencement of this rebelUon--tbe extent and bloodiness of wbloh no one could forsoe I must say, that developments ehow that you were right and I wrong. But let by-goo ee be forgotten, and let 'us all unite to bring abeat peace, and to lure pur lost Pleiad from her wanienng, that she may again sparkle la our nation's oorooet or start : Youo frllowdtrasn, 'r ,;; E. W. GANIT, LITTLE ROCK, October 7, 1863. Is it a Superstition! ''A bridge broke down at Terre Haute, a few daya alnoe, drowfllog 'a eumbet ef persons. The Terre Haute gtprtm tjn ) jf i One Incident connected with the recovery of the bodies Is worthy of mors general publicity. All had been found with the exoeption ef tbat of a Mies Tbrall, and tne approaching night was abount to compel the sesrob to be abandon- ad. whan some ooa annested that dv Dlaolne quicksilver In a loaf of bread and putting It In tbe water, II would stop directly pver the body. Accordingly, a. loaf waa procured i and, two ounces ef quloksll ver placed in It. then taken about fifty feet above tbe bridge ana thrown into tbe water. . It floated down In the ourrent, which Is quite strong at that place, when, end denty, it stopped, and olroUog around; was, ap Dsrsntlr. about to atnk, when a Gentleman In a boat caught H, and grappling books being pal 'down, the body was found directly beneath, la from elrbt t) ten feet of water. We had read of tblt tome years since, but supposing It one of the many anperailtions, had almost lor. gotten it. - waat tne pntiosopoy is we can not tail, -wilt some one anora some ugui on ill , Tsi Washington tpsoial of Ihe Cincinnati Qmttt hat the following under date of Novem ber o: , 1 r A visitor contratulatlng Mr- Lincoln te day, on tne prospects or ate re-eieoiton, wss eoewer- ea bv that inaerausrao i .storTteiier, wan an aneodote ef eo Illinois farmer, wbe ondextook to blast his own rocks. .Hit first snort arpro- iaiADM an axBlnaian. wravad a fallare. lie ex plained tbe ounce by exclalmlbg: "Pepew, this luiaritu hu him ahnSnnna Knp ' ' I ' . . b .1 Tsn wmetpondent of en Abolition paper pro. ppWiWt a ianl be raited as a-premium for i'diw ntme for tit Ktptmllc,H,etid's'uggcB(i Uoaacx uaxxuv, oaw vr. roawn ananmr Wiwi anCadVtuttable oomssittee to award; the 'premlpaV; ,(Wlth tbat eommlttee, au'exobangt thinks, the name vef "New U bstiawonld wlnr" " '"'VT U Gxmiaat, Joan C. .BaacwaaMB Is elated to Wtib'ecjd placed la oommand of ftoMbeleorps lately andet QbP. B. HU, tnat tffioer ka y9n-m til M MUtiJi The Sisters of Charity. following beutii(ii ad i loqasntxrr!tbt IS from e letter of Guy Ji. 8luscit, pobllla ththt Buffalo CtutUr l H ti Vthe kind Sisters of CharItyj ! whose bofy mission Is ever with tbe eufferlnc. slide noise lessly about tbe hospitals, with nourishment for tilt feeble convalescent, with soothing pallia tives for those wrliblns: In .the erase of .feel leease, and knulely kneeling y the,bedeldtsof Mil ujiij. ju mm, uviuo auiiuat uuriiug iuui and hissing-sheila, they have etlnly walked -to see,k and ove the wounded. Stalwart men, wm lay' gasping" in agony unutterable,, have shed tears like children, as tbey eagerly drank ine oraugnrproognt oy inose aevoutea oreatures. Would that our own Bayard Wllkeeon, Who for hours ebbed out bis rich young blood Ion the gory pains of Gettysburg, had fallen into the andeof these ministering angels. Then bad not been written, by hla stricken father, that eloquent asalm of death whose deep wnii waa grand aa tbe dirge of Saul. Then lad the sacred shades of Forest Lawn not heldttiat an' timely gravel J ; .; 't "Blessed, 'pure angella woman! If the lot! us Eden, she wins for us tbe more glorious Paradise of God! ' '"' v 1 - ., ,-. " 'Is that mother!' murmured a New Eng land youtb, whose lacerated bosom was b faring with the last atrnggie, In tbe Aoildeme of au army hospital, aa bis glsslng eye saw (dimly tne outline or a female form, and felt a sou band on his forehead, where drops of deaty were gathering;. His thoughts had wandered far from the pallet. where be lay, back t that village borne, In the quiet valley of thei Con necticut, where fatbor and mother and - Slaters and brothers were thinking ss tbe daye wire on how very sooa lhey should welcome nonte the darling bey who left them eo bravely, eo proud, ly to battle for Ibe stary flag. And whrtn re called ta paitlal consoieocenets by the lentle offieee of the altendlna nurae, be fondly thnght tbat 'mother' had flewn to bis relief oa wings of mercy, Herolo ladl be Indeed 'went home,' but not at he left open tbe lovely June moating, with a wreath of roses npon his baynol, to the roll, of tbe etlrlog drnma and waving of tri umphant bannera. .The drums neat - with muffled notes, and ' craped bannera .drooped mournfully as tbey bore the young soldier to his rest!" ', , : ; . , j . Too much cannot be said in praise of these noble-hearted and eelf-aaorl&olag warawS Tbe world ewes them a debt of gratitude which tbe silent and exclusive nature of their mlsalof per mits them only to sooept through tbe grateful prayers and dying blessings of suffering recipi ents of theU ministrations. : " , ., The Sisters of Charity. [From the Harrisburg, Pa., Patriot and Union.] Meade aud Leo's Thronch Express. ; Mr. "Dan Brown," the gentlemanly agent of this fast line, has leaned tbe ollowine Impor tact announcement. The reader who ie posted In the dqengsof this mammoth. oompany 'dur ing tne pisi year, win teat aausnea oi we gen uineness of tbs olroular, and will not harbor a doubt concerning tbe ability of ihe company to perform all tney aaveruse: .. . , . GREAT POTOMAC AND RAPIDAN THROUGH ROUTE— PROMPTNESS AND DISPATCH! Meade ft. Lse's Toronto Express, weekly Hna between Alexandria and Culpenoer:!con neotlons with prlnolpal points North snd South, (especially , the Old Capital and tbe Llbby Prison.)'-ii. '.".'? I '' !" ) raogemente and got their line Into rdnaing or. der, will. hereafter, nntil further notloejron their maohines, (the "Army of the roloniao," and "Amy of Northern Virginia,"; every Week through from Uoipepper, va., to Alexandria, Va.. and ties terse,.civlng their personsl atten tion to tbe tunning of each train, Lee precedlog Meade at a proper interval on tne out trains, and Meade ueoedlfi Lee with similar rexular- lly on, the In trains - Too perfect familiarity of inete om stagers witu mo wnoie rouie in ques tion; and the treqoency witn wmob inev lisve traveled it, eaabiejUiem to oaiouiate with uer- feol aoouraoy the time of arrival at the Indi cated points-' flaring gotten up their iooonto tives and rollinc stock regardiesa of- txpease. and putting them through night and day alike, they are enabled to disregard the ordlniry drawbacks ot weatner, State or roads,' sic, as smaller business oancol. l G. G. MEADE, R. E. LEE. P, 3. The lice through Pennsylvania bis beta discontinued in coceequcnoe of a ntlnful ooUlslon which oooured there in July last, but aa such things hava been carefully avoided ev er alnoe, aad every precaution taxen ror tne future. It Is hoped that an indulgent public will not remember that unfortunate occurrence to the prejndioe of the company. " " DUN BROWN, Secretary. The Three Hundred Dollars Exemption. Says the Albany (N. Y ) Allat andArgut ' Messrs. Richmond and Ctgger, of Ihe Dem ocratic State Committee, were astonished, to nod their names attaobed to an alleged circu lar on tbe subtaot of the 2300 exemntlon alaute. froroit Marshal uenerai rry gave them tbe first intlmatioo;tbey baa or tbe existence ol euoh a circular. , ibey nad neither seen it nor heard of It before. .' . ' ' '' ' ' . . ,1 Bui tbe result Is satisfactory. : If Prorost- Marshal-General Fry "oomee down" at Ihe mere mention of tbe ntmes of these senile- men, so mucn toe oeiier. tie may nave to de scend a step or two more before the Demoorscy of iysw xora get ttroogn witn mm. ,T Every msn wbo hss paid $300 for exemption will thank tbe Democracy for having forced tbls concession from tbe fears of Ihe Admlnis tratlon. Nothing was more dear and precise than the decision of tbe Provost Marshal Gen eral last eommer tbat "tbe payment of f3UO DID NOT EXEMPT from a subsequent draft" ae when euoetitotet tre furnished. ' Tbie decleion has been maintained till now. and is only abandoned because the Administra tion hopee to make poiuioai capital by tbe sur render of tbe claim. ' " - -tjj Messrs. Richmond and Csgger could Sot have done a better thing for tbe people and Ibe masses, if they had la truth put forth the or calar In question and tbey probably will dot disclaim tbe aotlon ol those, who may have Iseued It In their nsms. - :' ' -k.-.' i How the Election was Carried in Maryland —Interference of the Military. [From the Baltimore Gazette. Nov. 5.] HtarKtciBTiit Middli DiraaTHNT, Eiormi Asmt Coars, Batrmoaa, Mo.. Oot. 27. Gen eral Orders, No. 63. It Is known that there are many evil-disposed persons, now at large In the State of Maryland, wbo have been engaged In rebellion against the lawful Government, or have given aid and comfort or encouragement to others so engaged, or wbo do not recognise tbelr allegiance to the United States, and who may avail themselves of the Indulgence of the authority which toleratee their presence to em barrass the apfroioblng election, or, through it, to roiet enemies pi tne vnitea ntatee into power. - It la therefore ordered: ' , . " I. That all Provost Marsbtla and other mill tary effiaers do prevent all dleturbanoes aod vio lence at or about tbe polls, whether offered by eaoh persons as above described, or by any otber person whomsoever. ' ' V" ; ; II. That all Provost Marshals and otber mili tary offloere 'oommandlcg In Maryland, shall support the r Judges of Election on tbe 4th ef November, IB6S, In rrqntrlnc an oath of alle giance to the United States, as the test of clli lecsblp of aoy one whose vote miv beoballeog' ed eo the around tbat be It not loyal or doee not admit bis allegiance to the United States, which oath shall bs In the following; form and sevmw. , . ,t. ... ... i t. .. ! , Idoaolmnly swsar that I will support proteot snd defend the Constitution and Government of the United Slates sgalnal all sn amies, whether dcmettlo or forsignj tnat i nereoy pieoge my alteglanoe, faith and loyally to the same, any ordlnanoe, resolution ot lew of any State Con vention, or Legislature, to the contrary ootwith tUudlngf thai I will al all times yield a hesrty and willing obedience to the laid Conitltatioo and Government, ape) will, cot, either (Wnotly PMvlotadtjfl'dJgcytwv le WJfl ,-aov7-dltawtd. . , 0 lndir'ct)v.do any act lo bos'llHy toiQesame, either by 'akic u0 arms ptaipat thrpl. or ald if,l abetting, Oi oounteneuotcg tbrs In arms against them i that, without permlasldn from the iswini autnority, i win bare no communion' lion, .direct or Indireol. with tbe Slates In In sarreolion against the United States, or with either of them, or with any "person or persons within said Insurrectionary Stated end that I will In all things deport mjself ae a good and leyel citfiso of the United States. This I do in itoed'faltb,' with full determination; pledge and purpose to keep this; my sworn obligation, and wunoni any mental reservation or evaeion whatsoever - III. Provost Marshals and. other military of- floers are directed fo report to these headquar ters sny Judge of an eleotion wbo shall refuse hit aid In carrying out this order, or who. on e obsllenge of a vote bring made on the ground of disloyalty or hostility to Ihe Government, shall refute to require the oatn of allegiance from soon yoter. . , . . , By order Mejor General Sohenok. s ' W. H. CHESEBROUGH, L'eut Col. and A. A. G. Official: W. M. ESTE, Major and Aidde- Official: W. M. ESTE, Major and Aidde-Camp. Bully for the 57th Boys. Tnt' 57lh Regiment, 0.' Tl.V'gWi Vl!an- dlgham a majority of seven at the laid eleo tion. The 67th la one of the oldeal and best regiments In Ihe eoivlcs, has heen engaged 1ft some fourteen battles, and a lares number ol skirmishes, andLhas covered Itself with glory lo every oocuiq;. a great mnuence wss Drought to bear against the gallant men to cause them to rate the Abolition tluket, but, as we expect. ed, Ibey bare proved morally as well aa pbysl oally brare, aod hare dared the displeasure ol Ihe men In power by voting according to their oonvlollene; airaicst Ihe prefllsate Ad ministration of the Government, and in favor of Ihe Union and the Constitution. Ailm Co. Democrat, i MARRIED Oa Thunday erenlng, the 5th but., at the Law office ot Meesirs. Baakln St Wylla, fey George W. Ueskcr, liq., HAWL1Y I. WTLII, Irq.', Junior member ot the law flra of Baskla ti Wslie", to Mm eXTHA BnTClM, allbf thlsdtty.'--Jerri i : - , ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS, WOOD 8c JPEilOT, 1136 RIDGE ATENUK, PHILADELPHIA, Pa., OvriB roa BALa npon thamoit rarorabh Terms, NBW and BB ATJIlf Dt DB8ION8 In anal varlet or IROM BAILINGS for OKUBTBBUS, BBSIDBN OBB, sterol Wrought aad out Iron, and OALVAN IZED IKON and BBABB TUBINOr IBOtf TKNAN. DABS, BALOONIBBi BTAIKa, 00UNTIB8, WUUN' TAINS. OATBB, OOLUHNS. HITCHING P08TB LAMP STANDS. VABBB. TABLIB. WiOWBB STANDS, BOVAB,. CHAIRS, STATUAitI, ANIMALS, aad all Iron Work, nf a DeeoratlTa obaiMtar. Dsslns forwarded for sehmtioa. Parsons applying for will pUaia suta Uie kind or work aaadea.' s)ta-a3a. , , . IeroaTurr 0' Liaiaa Da. Baavar's raluLiPiuj hava never ret failed In removing dUfioulUes arising rrom onsunauon, or suppageoi nature, or in reaionna the era tern to nerteot health when suffering from spinal AJreetloni. Prolapsus Oterl, the Whiles, or other weakness of the Uterine Organs. Tba plla are petlot- Harmless oa to eonsuiauen. aaa mains taien the siost deUeete female wltbont oaaslng dbrtnasi al the earns tuna ther aot uke a oharia hi streaithenlni, InTbroratlng and reltorlng the avitem to a healthy con dition, and by bringing on the monthly period with reg- aiaiiu, no maiier iroa wnu eanee tu ssatreeuoB may arise. They shcald, however, NOT be taken daring the first three or four months el pregnanoy, tboaga sue at any other time, ae mlsoarriaga woald be the result. Kaoh box eonUlns 80 PUls. Prise One Dollar. Dr. HABvBX B Treattas oa DUsaiea of females. Pregnanoy, UiaoaRlage, BarreoneaS) Btarlllty, Bopro daeUon and Abuaea of Nature, and emphatically the Ladles' Private fetedloal Adviser, a ' pamphlet ot &0 pages, sentiras to Bag address.,, els- oonia required lo paypoetage. - - too fine ana boob win oe sent ay mail, woao ae Sited, securely sealed, and prepaid, by ! , . ,'vi' . m. v.,renerai ageni,. ' ' .'. . o.7aOoauBi.,Mea fork. Bold by til T)rjrut. . ., B. BOANLAJI 00., Wholesale Agents.' , ... . - O1N0UNATI. .. -i ,i -' -. I Thixd XnirtoH SOrw Taooauta. Dr. Harvava Treatise on Dlsesses of V ana lee, Pragaanoy, allaoar- ritge, Farrennees, Btertllty, Beprodosuon, apd Aba tee Nalata, and eiphatioally tbe LASIBB' PBIVATB MBDIOAii ADV1BBB, a pamphlet of SO puree, tent tree to aay address. Bis eanta foonUet tu fay the to!?: .. .. .. . ' ani oy mail, txmnaenuauy, vinro aesrrea, sBcuBBie Duus, and prepaid, by , '.hi .jj ' '-'' BBTAH,' ht. iv TSOedarSt., New. Totkr-Peeteaos Bo47t. arehSl-dmweowly ..:., ' 1 1 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. PAPER FLOUR SACKS 1( . Of TBB .-;." ;! :: Very Best Quality. MANOf AOTOain r V 4 ' I! ' 'no Me Ce la I L LEY. 86 North High street (up stairs), ' COLUMBUS, OHI nov7 dlw. LAW NOTICE. TTABBai IlfiK, lllsabetb Wagner, Abra&un XX. Weioer. Joaenh Heed lev. Sarah Varber. Jetin rarbar. Baekiel Head lev. Alary Idgel, Eerrey Idgel; David Headley, Daniel Beadier and tleota Headley will take notice tbat a pemtoa againsi mem an we oio oay of November. A . p. lcJCS. la the superior Ueart within and for rrankun oonnty, Ohio, by William Headley, and is now penning, wneiein saia wumm neaaiey oe men ill nartlon of the following real estate to-wlt: Lots No. ibirtrone (11), thirty-three (33), aad thirty-four (34) In tbe first Quarter ol Ihe erst township, ibbm sir teen. United Btetee military lands, containing eaoh ana hundred aeras. more or mm; ana eiinete in rreniun oonnty, Ohio. Alio, lots No. thirty-three IXJ) and thirty- iobi M) of the roa no auarier, seeoaa towaanip, ana eUteenth range of the United States military lands, containing each one hundred aoree, mora or lss, and eltnato In aatd Vranklln eoanty, Ohio, and thai at Ibe next Una of saw Court the said William needle will apply for as order that partition may ha raada of said premises. i COX St C05VBR8B. Oolnmbus, 0.,Nov. f , A. D.180I. All'ys for pl'ff, aovT-vrtw - .):' . , , ; l -. Sheriff's Sale. Osorge L. Ooavsrss, ) ' ' -' vs. . ., I Superior Court. Henry J. Bios, etal.) , is BT TIKTCB OF AN OBDEH OF BALE la me dlreoted, from the Boperlor Court of Prank- tin oonnty, Ohio, I will offer for sale, at ths door of the uourtHooso, inueeity or ooianbne,oa - Saturday, the 13th day of December, A D 1863, one o'elock, P. kt.i the following desorlbed real , ae tata, situate la the county of f ranklla, aad BUM of Vmo, io-wih . . I ! - Lot No. eight (8) tn WlllUm Phtlan't addition to the oy ea voiunums, ae per reooraea put IDereoi la re' carder's orBoe, .'.im.,.' , , Appraised at 17SO0, - ,-. .., - a. w,HtriMAN ! . Prtatsr's fees 88 75-Bherltf . ' i V.n.. in'. - . .. i DANCING SCHOOL AT DESHLER 0AU, , r Conner High and Town Streets. . ,, , .... - . - cj ' 1 1 j ' . ' ., ... -Tf ,.r -,'-' I MB.aiV.riNNEX WILLOOmnENOE a term for Juveniles, on BATOBDAI ASTBB MOON, Nov. 7 Ih, ot H leieont, at half-put two o'otook. Having made different arrangements, will teach cue tauter only. ,, . - .,, ...i v-r. i I ,Tiuu-$4 00 ptr qaarter In advanoe. ; I PoslUvsly ae vliltors admitted antll after the eighth lesson. - - -!( t,- i, Aa Ironing Class for ADULTS will bs formed tIon day evening, Nov. 8lh. " " ,. Private Lessens given at tbe Halt or nt private rsH aaneae, .. m.i. ... .. a . atUBIO farnlthed for PABTIEI and BALLS.., All orders left at John Beltser's Mustostore, will be prompt ly attended lo. - , - , Having isassd the aftove Hall lot this wlhtSf, I win teats ths ssms for private parties or balls. - . V- an is kit. WANTKra(KNITTINa UAOTONBrarmers, Volnnuers an4 others, te kaaw that their "wo men folks" eaa sera I as 030 per week with oat of Aiken's Celebrated Knitting machines. It will ears Its asstta thirty aays... Prlaa, aomplete, (N. Welch! at paunda. CsaightiremaeeeaiaeOBI M. Bend foe sir- nil tieBStal AgeBttl' , naBtitiimiiwI baa ad at.Ai..7ii X liew M lJU'.'i UW'JVi iuavii HALL! wo ojoi. o ip rv'e; GREAT ORIGINAL Bohemian froupelif "Glass Mowers tifi.L OPBM THEIB GRIND QltV BJt6l(iltA)ll W BNTHTAINMBTB In tot abOTS Ball for a abort Uaysj)Bytjpomrasn,clng Tbnrsday EvewlDg .Nevensbs lay EventDf, .Nevensbst Alii.l Alaanh Olan Steam Bnglna UOHItOkl mad aptlHI r (Mass, Will oa la mil aparauoa. . . . i ' ' 1 On Satnrdar BTaalag, Nov. 7th. A Ooaaadrtm Coa tsst will takt tlaea. A Bplandtd Prlae will aa tlvaa to tbe Aalbor of the teit Oonusdiam on tbe GUis tleam loglna. - - ' Adwlsslan to the A fit r noon Exhibitions wttl bs IS els. Bti1d85 osnta. XxkibHtons eommeooa In the eve ning at 7. . Afternoons at 1. Doors opan hull an boar prarioas.. -. . norJtf. , THE OIUaiNAL GIGANTIC PICTURE OP THE WAR! Crowned eiiUi the aeolamattons of the Prese and Pub llo of Now York. PitlabBM. Olnolonatl. Bt. Louis. Louisville, Chicago, Balllmoit, Washington and Phlla- aeipnia, win appear ,ai r ELLSLER'S ATHENEUM On Tneadar Evening;. Newi 10 1803 FOSITIVUZsY FOR, FIVE DATS ONLY! GEO. K, GOODWIN & CO8 ' POLYOEAMA :0F) THE JWAR, Pormlnt a complete history ot Ihe mighty stranls in whloh our oonntry Is involved, from the first dread signal at Bnmter down lo the grand triumph at .Ticks- bnrg. vividly iiiusiraung i Thb Bnarf RtALmgs Of Wab Hoiane ov the Battle riELpriKBct and Deadly Con. VUOTSTHE ElClTXMtrJT Or DtfEAT AND Vremar! ' ; ' i - Portrayed With masterly BMl(t( interspersed with startling dloramle eSeols, lira Ills tableaux, and brilliant allegorical reprcieaiauonsi . The entire entertainment Breianttd In lha moat com' plate and elaborata manner, atriot attention being paid to the minutest details, and in a style ahloh baa nightly elicited antnruiaetio piauaits rrom aamirug Bunarsas. Sir. BDPDB BOaBBBT. the Bided Blooollonltts. will deliver a Leoture at each exhibition, doeorlptlvs of the doepiy ezoiung seenes. ..... , airs. BOMBRBV, the emtntnt contrello, will Intro dues a cumber ot popular and appropriate Bongs. Paioss or ADHieuoo Parous Its and Dress Circle SO oSBtc; family Olrole, oenu; colored uaiiery, m oti lloors open at 7, to oommenoc at in o oioci. y G-ja,rxSL IbXettlxioe Wadneadajr and Baturdep Al terooene At 3 o'olosk when ohlldren wtn.be admitted for 10 els. ' ! ' ' MUSUB BUHBBBI, BlUSgSr. 0. AMORT BBUOS, Agsnt. : novS-Otd ! ,r f ' . , j ". f i i r IN CONNECTION WITH THB BOSTON T.IUQEUP Performance going on Night and Day. H7 Intranee on High Street, Baeksye Blo'k. septstf . . . ..'Sheriff's Sale, . . ' Snpsrlor Court ot trenails County, Ohio. j ... , William O.Behler, ,., . s 1 i VS. ., . ' l . I , . 1 .t I-'! !. ' :.f I . N. L.WhsUemorestai.) ,-, ;.. ! BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OP t?. t'Ae to me dlreoted, I will offer for stle at public aucUoa at tbs offloc ot ihe Clinton Bank on Booth Blgh street In the city of Colombo, Ohio, ' ' . . '. j On Wednesdav. the 18th day of November. A. D. 1863. at 11 o'clook A. at:, certlioatcc freight hnndrcd and two ahsres of the capital stock of ths Oentral Ohio Bell road eompaayet flttydollara each, f, u -.( '' Parvalnc afO.BM) 00 GEO. W. BUtPafAN, I -'r- Bheiff H. 0. Noau, Att'y. Printers faea t.8t Bovt Colnmborj Wholesale Liquor Store LACELtEp COMMISSION - MERCHANTS IMPOBTBBB AND SBAtBfiA IN. Fortiga and DomeiUo WineiBxandli, .:,:a !.!' v Jt liuiwwsj!- tO.,BIO. 1UO, OLD tlYEMONOJSQAHSLA & BOURBON T 'trVJjjrdmr,1f,'l: , .V.. V I- . - i t ' i I T-rn.- w.". '..,,! '" l.'.tlaiO 'wa "-, f ! rf e; V 'J flllll !) .tCV'J Jtl WABIB0U81 ANBOrnOl S84 BOOTH-afQB 8t'. Nov. I0.1BS9 dl 0;- . ...i Tn nvfrrv a tw w-nvrvrTirvtr . .' J. Books, Periodicals. Stationer we s ' I HIXT WOB TO'TBB tOBT OmOl, . !Mh '.-lilt .- till H-.A-.. I .V US i.3 3 uuiiumuua. vttiUi Tf ,ei-. .i "pj oetitrsariy ' -ms 3Aw ?,i.vrvw ..' -" HiVS atwrtft ea band and for- sals at the lowte mevket prlpaa, a large and wtll saleottt ttook el Okt!&ii ToJuooo, Cosniea, tTuiioia Waaa.etaJrA w h-'-totittJ4alttnuaolUTri4e n ,ia eeptla-wHIlIB , i rai - -.. t;e I w" it i r-ii I w !irl :-' .-.... r;V " r i in irw i i r I iaTT'aa7a?-?is? -Oetaua, '''Mtimm'ttt a umm!mm NOTICfiSe .left IjliTBN MINUTES -Vifv ini a VI TAJ A A All O -Pnlmonic Wafers! teOrtlirft&ine staihaA.l QlCtud Srrtartl Lert of the kind 'ever introdaoad an der tka name a "Pulmonis Wafen,'' In this arany allwr aonnlryi al "-ethar ratmonlo Warsra Are eonnierfeite. theaeoa IMe gow7 "MWtrf." . 7 . . . . . . It V . U M X lamped i . j .asi ij Bar it's Polmonio Warsas . BellevrCobiWlwWBoia f hr " Baraa'troiaoirid Wafsaa ; . BalisVe Asthma, Broriohltls, JMBiR Breathing . .i-.r : Bav4'sPouaomo Wanms Ballsve BpUtlngef Blood, Pains la the Ohsst. , -i r" , i ' i Baraa'S PoLatorno Ytxtint Believe Inoipteal Oonanrnptlon, Lang Diseases. ; BavaVs Pcucomo Warsas Believe Irrttaflon 'of (he TJvala and Tonsils Baraaw PouojtKfWaVxas l,,a ' Billsvs tbe above Oomplalalala ten Mlritttee. Bavaa't Poiaono WAraae, t Areja Blessing to all Classes and Oonetlio.'tne. Baiaa't Pduioxki WavBe-- Are adapted for Vocalists snd Pnblle tyeekers- Are In a slmpts form and pleasant to the lasts. ;' ; Baraa's Polbooto Warms ., rr Not only relieve bat effeot lasting Ortrjes . . rv Baraa't Pouiojno Waraas Are warranted to give satlifaotlon, to every one . ! , No family sbonldbewlthoatasoxof BrtTia's Powom Winrtu "' ' tn thsbonee. No trsTeler should bs without a supply ot -, ' Bnvtn's Pourorno Waraaa . ' iahkrooket..," -' No person will ever object to give for - Baraa'S Peutomo Warns Twenty-rive OenU. , a'-iF' JOB HOBBB, Sole Proprietor, 87 Oortlsndt Btreet, N. 8. BAUOBL.a. BOBBBTB, , Agcntspooaarars, Ohio. Inly ".dw HAIR DYE! HAIR DYE I! Batchelor's .Celebrated Hair ' Dye 18 TBB BBBT IN TBI WOBLDI Tbt only Harmlesa, j.Trne" Eeliable Dye. I-.., tri V : .-i.,,rH,:, A-.8 M This splendid Hair Dye is psrsotfhangts BWd) Busty or Grey Hair, Instantly, ti a (fiojr -lacae faiurat Brown, without Injariag ,tha Balsret stala Ing tbs Bkjn,1aa'viJ( Baa Balr Soft an BKavHifali Ira parte hsth vlultly,, frequently ..rcstorfog 1U prlsikas eolor, and reottfles the" 111 efieobj of Bad Byes. She gtnulns Is slgnsd WILLIAM A. BATOBBLOB.all others are. mere Imitations, and should fee avoldsd. Bold by all Druggists, etc c PctorrJibai naiaty awssieV. . ""Btf VOUB, Batabeiat'f New Xollet flreua'ter Bretilcg the EaU. 4aaS-H)Awlyspl 1 l 'U -uVI -t n MANHOOD. C wf LOsT, HOW KZST01XU. Just publlsheA, la a Bsalsd Bnvolopa.i Prise BU Ossstu A liaclurw am ttse Naiars. Treaimeaii aad Badloal Cure of Spermatorrhoea or Seminal Weak ness, Involuntary Bmuulons. Sexual DebUltv. anA Im pedimenta to Marriage generally, Narvaasaess, Ooat sumptlon, Bpilepay and fltsi atental and Phyetaal tw oapaoity, reaniung froas Bslf Abuse, eta. By BOUBBT J. ODLVBBWBLb, at. D., Author of tbt Oma Book, StC. ' liVIJl'" '.''.-tj A IteerA to Tmemoamele art SlmfgoVara. ant under seal, In a plain envelope, to aay address, post paid, on reeelpt of sis senls, or two potsaga Stampa, by Dr. OUA8. . J. O' KL1NB. 1ST Bowai. New Tort, Puct OlfloeBoxNo. SJet. sepltt-daw3mls ,, .... .-; THE CONFESSIONS XIAOU?K oraa "' :' ' x isr yr jiL Xj, x&i Pabllshed for the banefit, and as a warning aod A OAOTION TO TOtTNO II BN who aaffae tram Nervous Debility, "Pre ma tare Decay o Manhood a to., supplying at the same time, THBMBANS Of 8Btf.0nBB,,T By oat wbe las oared himself after being' put to treat expense aad injury through medical hauaAmg aad quaok. leMlotfnef i POfftDslfl aaddMMeja MM vupim eeay w m tarn aniaor. MATBABIBIi MATMIB, Booty .Kings Oonnty, I. T WarWiJ-dAwlytp Badfo tof ijf AnnTTTp tnm or Taese Owmtemwiatiawiiaai'riatww.. THB anderalznad all! rive Information oa a varveie tarstMat aad imt)twttmt sahjest, which! Wilt, 'be vein-. Mmore thsJia tboasud ttmattaooetbr every married I ooBrla of any age ar eondlooB la Ufa. i the ailbtnaUazj will be seal by mall to any address oa tbe reoeiyt ef etatt (Moer) and ans red stamp. V ud'j' All letters tboali be addrssssd te I n ,-rU ..... ill w: wnairev: a. ecwi-iyieaww ' i ' - ' Xoavoa, Kama or (tatbsmaw Dear Sir,; With lane jrermis- sjottlwlsb to say to tbe readera f ioat aaeartbat will scad by return mall to all wbo Wilb It, fVrte I Bedpa with fail directions for making and ruing. a simple Vega, tabls Balm, that will effoctaally rsanova, aa eaardar. Pimples, Blotohea, Taw, freekM, sad alt ImpttrlOec the 8km, IsarlBt the tame loft. eJeer,jraooth aid bsw Bftl. " ' ' "" " " .v I will also mail tree to thscs aariat Bali Beads or Bare races, simple directions aad informttfoa tint will enable them to sttrt.a toll growth ef Luxurienl Bail, wcittns, or a atoutaoha, In leas than thirl any, AU appUeattoat sauvweiad by return mall without ananc. ' "'i'1 v mcepeotfuliyyoara, ..,. ,','.';,edi :, j.THOa. 1. CBiPAlAllj " j-.j mitrti j?ci ,.-' i'ltSOhssnsIt, Jaae0-d3mos.;, No, B1 Broaawa,' NeWf ork. ", V ; .tOlrlaaTwenCttTBw. J 4.erl ,.y. he.,.nM Falsaenaff Oemewnapiiwai at Owr stale ,,i n 4 (: asaeewiee.'M.r i.vire , ,.,-,-, iA'OABS) tS.ii e.r, . , . . . -i . a .v t'lor " t i to coxnvnrTtttixi,t a Jha uiAataWaal' aavln heed iStaTeJDiJTiiTi. . . w ; r-, I T-7n,iw. h. mi few weeks, by a very simple remedy, after baring suffer ed eevesai years with a severe lung affection, aad that : dread disease, Ooneamptlsa il anxious to roakt known to his fallow-sufferers ths meant of cart . " To aU wbo deal re It, be will send aoony of the pras erlpUsa rued (free of charge), with the direct ioailot pro pping and asing thssasaa, waJsk taaywUI fiaeVw ewro ewre foe Ooasvwrrsva, itnnuy BaoircWrtta, 'ChiJoBa, Oolbs, sto. . The only object of the Mwtlser.la JataO lag tbe prescription la te keaeSA taeaflUsssdVaaoj sprsat kformaUoa which he concerns' to be rovalnahltt and be hopes every sarTerer fill trp'.'bla. taroadsa as Ik will coat them aothlag, and may prov ableas(nr'' raillet wlahlngths pressrtpUoa Wflf plaaas addr'tsa ;- Ktv. IDWABD A. WILSON, WUtlamsbarg, ) JfflL,l''v ' V tOofMlr.ltewXoili. MptStHdstwam , .4 i f.:,.rfJae .ir.tn A GBNTLBMAN, cured of NeWpu's Dehfllty, Ia eompstenop, Premature Decay aad loathful liter, ae taatsdbye desire k eeneni others, wni be' happy to fumlsh te all who need it (free of charge) tbe recipe aad dlrtetlona for matng the simple remedy ased la alt ease. Those wishing to profit by alt experience and possets a Valuable Bemedy-wlll recalve the same, by return mall (carefully waled), by eadsssstar 'd .J '.1. j No. 80 Niauo Btuwt. Hbw Toix. t (flVti H. I ' li'il . anglO-wSms Betneweel Igmm BUa eULAXfUcau. Dr. A. a, WI1UAMB, W. Broadway. aaatJEteA St.,' 0 bat Berot4 BimasM Ml Strjai,ajesia W ths Ireatsneal of oertaia pnvaas aweesaa. nsmaf at seesaiMatkiseBtse ea Broadway, assi Ibellliiage ... . u in- taoJ tj l.-U A- Baaki aaltdtf 19 retttiveif avtae tmcaceaat lenstbkrg aqraaUy estdsd kp every person. ."10 Sam pMsssl free af aul! for f 0 tests il (ttafl t eep ilMetffta no nmm Wit ii.t.