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.1. V. I I . I ; V . U'Mor. aatUMAl. UCI. til, 1VII, The Great Rebellion. Progress of the Work of Suppression. Ouf Ohio bova have t last had a taeto of katUo on Kentucky noil. Wo hove report to the effect that ZollicoflVr ma !e several at tempts, to dislodge the Fo leral forces t Carop Wild Ct, but wb driven back each tituo with heavy Iomob. We pather the Col lowing particulars frrnn cur daily exchange: About 11 o'clock on Monday, Slat Inat., four companies; of the 33d and part of 'ovolford's cavalry company (not muu'..ij were attack edby two or three tegmenta f tc0l 'IJ' fantry with one battery of trtiilory. Our men wcro introncbed upon a ridgo which completely commanded lie only available, pass towarda Camp Dick Rubiiistm, which it waa tho design of the rclcla lo roich. They were allowed to come within 73 yard of the breastworks when the Indiana boys sprang from their Shelter, and poured theii tiro with unceasing vigor upo the fne for Jiearly two honre. There war, little regular ity Jn the engagement as far us tho rules of battle are concerned, for oa"li Union suld.rr fought as though the fat f the d.iy rcstod with'hiin alone, and such bravery has rarely been recorded during th's rebellion n3 was shown by the Indiana boy. upon this ocea aion. The rebels, too, fought liko timers, but the great disadvantage of approaching theii opponents up hill, and under u steady fire from behind intrcuchm tita soon bejau to toll upon them, and llicy Kept falling back at each volley, dragging their hln;n and wounded with them. Our loss is put down at from 2 to 10; tho rebels about 2 hun dred. Toward nightfall the rebel forces had fallen back almost out of s:yht, but it tvas thought that possibly they might renew the attack with increased liutnlicis, knowing tho weakness of tho fnioii force, and the ut most vigilence was kept for fear of surprise. About midnight the alarm was invert by tiio booming of cannon from tho, rebel side, and a timultaiiftous movement by both infantry and cavalry upon the right flank of our forte. By that tims, however, one of o:tr Ohio bat teries, the name of which we could tiotleain. had arrived upon the scene, and immediately opened a moat effectual lire with shot and shell, which scattered the (lank rascala, and after a few rounds completely silenced the rebel battery. Next morning one field piece, a six pounder, was found spiked, with both wheels shattered by one of our shells, and fourteen of fiftocn dead bodies scattered a round it. It is probable that our battery was tho lfith Ohio. Thirty stand of arms had been captured, a number of bankets and a large quantity of nccoutonncuts, in chiding terrible looking home-ma le knives. The Fourteenth. Thirty-eighth and S sketch Ohio, and two Tennessee regiments aro now in hot pursuit of the rebels, and it in nut improbable that bloody work has been done within the week. Colonel Hands of the Second Ohio Regi ment had a brush with five hundred rebels in West Liberty, forty miles this aide of ricstonsbutg, on Wednesday, lie- touted them killing thirty and won. id ng us man;-. ICone killed and only one slightly wounded on the Union aide. The troops under Gen Nelson were pressing forw aid toward tho rebel headquarters at Piestonburg, nnd wo shall soon hear of a fight at that place. A Mt. Stealing correspondent writes that the Secexsiouidts are in large force, and have been strengthened lately by two regimonta from Virginia. But from the way our brave soldiers are fighting in Ken tucky, it makes but little difference if the enemy is twj or three to one. We have bIbo a report of a brilliant achievement near Winchester. Kentucky, where a company of twenty-seven Union soldiers bagged forty-seven leb-'l cavalry. Tho latter arrived in Cincinnati on Sat trday. From Virginia we have an account of an important victory gained at Homuey over tho rebels, by Gen. Kelley. Tho latter had u force of 2,000 men. The enemy wa routed, and their camion, o.vnp epiipa ;o and wagons captured. Our loss in killed and wounded wna trilling. The lo.ts of the rebels is not reported. We have some further particulars of the lato battle at Frederiektown, Mo. The vic tory there proves to have been most com plete. From (Jen. Fremont's column we have cheering intelligence. It is about four weeks since that go-a-head commander left Ft. Louts with a large army, and on Satur day last tho head of his loluum entered Fitringfiold, two hundred anil thirty-three luiles diBtunt. He was detuned at.loffcrsou City for some time, and his march toFpt i:n; field, a greater portion of the way over bad roads, boa therefore been an extiaoniiiiary vun. Tho General's bodv guard (cavalry) attacked and routed over two thousand reb els. Tho movement was as bold as the re sult woo brilliant. Springfield is again in possession of tho Union army. The Amer ican flag floats over the Court House, from which position it was lowered upon tho de feat of the lamented Lyons j and the Grand Army of tho West is close upon tho border if Arkansas. A large amount of plunder which had been collected at Pj rii gfield by the rebels, preparatory toitsrciiiovul South, has fallen into the hands of the Federal forces. Our dispatched are silent r.s to the whereabout of Trice. If he has not es caped, he will be annihilated ; and it he not already far on his way, he must run very fast to get out of the way of Fremont, any event tho rebel forces will noon l driven from Missouri soil. Our army is fine spirits, perfectly enthusiastic, a ad cncuiiCB ot the Union will disappear before it ao the grass is swept by a prairie fire. B&.A little boy named Hundley, living near Tiffin, fell from a hickory nut tree Other day, and was killed, IQT'One of the crew of the pirote steam er Jeff. Davis, has been tried and found guilty. eguThat everlasting $15,000,000 Coufcd erata loan is yet begging for takers. JKiTber is a report that Cen. McClelkn is to be superceded. JThe telegraph to the Pacific is completed. and San Francisco sends greeting to New York I JQjrThe victory at Edward's Ferry, V torus out to be a sad rcveise. KH-Col. Campbell's regiment, at Ihu.il tou, O., is reported filling up rabidly. The 68th Regiment. This regiment, which is now forming at Napoleon, is said to be rapidly filling ungh One company at Defiance is now nearly lull; another in Paulding county la succeeding finelyt two companies in Henry county ate already full, and others are fonulr.ir, and it is expected that FuHo;t and "Williams will each furnish a company for inis icuiment. There ia alno ono eiVjinuiy being recruited for it In this coi'.uty, i y Lieut. J. J. Voihes. The Dofiauca D-tnocrot says Cgl. U. Htcod- tnsn, who viwaye aucccda In what he un dertakes, U busily eugegod in canvassing the utstrict.and aUho'igh so many mctj have ah iily gone, ho (s quite sanguine in being able to till tip tho OPih by the time r routined. North-wester). Ohio tesponds promptly to the tall if paliiotifj'.n. Telegraphing. Tho ttAto Military Pepartnutit requests that those hereafter having business with it will hnke use. of the mails, iiirtcu d of the telegraph', as a means of communication. The department will pay for no moro tele graphing, uidos s the t'CWti is of mioh im portant'" as to render it absolutely necessa ry, rho various military committees are, however, requested to, kci p the department pouted on the movenn nts. of utliirs by loiter. Ottawa County Election. Col. Tod had n majority of 8 in Ottawa tviunty, mid the balance of tho Union State ticket ahimt. 40. Mr. Kelley for State Sena tor had GO majority, and thcio wjs no oppo sition to mt. tooii mr iicpu'rieiuauve, ta.v lor, for JiuUe, h.id -I majority and Greene 11. Tho Democratic County ticket, howev er, by m.ij-u it 3 ranging fiom 78 to 13-1. Fremont's Removal. Tiiere is another rc ortof tho rcniova! of Gen. Fremont. We shall bebevo tho truth of the rcporl when tho thing is actually did j -not boloie. fQi'Tho official and reported majorities of all the counties in tho State have been received, and show a majority of bfi.OO!) foi Col. Tod. BfuLate news from Western Virginia indicate that the statements of destitution, among the soldiers, are for the most part greatly exaggerated. WZollic.ill'er is evidently leaving the "sai red soil" of Kentucky (hiding if too hot for Ivm. 5yA cavalry company and throe hun dred horses, passed through Toledo, o i 1 r -dar, en route ror Washington. jJbjj'-Sevcral fine droves of cattlo pafiscd through this place during tho past week or two, for the east ; nluo, several very large droves of sheep, for both east and west. ST" Tho Paulding county Independent says there is a largo emigration to thai county this fall. Wi.The printer boys, belonging to the 'Ohio Twenty -Seventh," now stationed al Camp Cram, Kansas, have issued a paper, bearing their regimental name. Western Va. Correspondence. CAMP GAULEY, Va., Oct., 19. 1861. is la o in Ed. JornNAl. I have .tented myself to inform you that I sm here in Western Va., in our rid camp. T iinea n apparently dull at pr. scnt. Our regiment i4riilherdi.ippoinU'd in repard Ui ourdispnsl'ion. !wrae rt e weeks ago wo wr imn cb.'di u' o'O nib y nn 1 wen.' told we were never ti conic back t" it ngnia, nnlejis " O were driven bock: but we arc here agntn, nverthetoss, nnd wo wore not driven bark. The boys aro very indignant nb ut it, for we have laid in camp over two w eeks within two miles of Gor. Wiso's forces, ami were not peimitt.-d tosey, "how do yon do" to th-m in all that time. M'e wore n'y allowed to take a circuit of five miles, and fee in at the. back door, by which npcrntirn we huve lost two m.-n. We hive hd m.iiy sVinnishea with the ri-b-e's andgonernPr eomoi ffvieloriou-'. On oni'Cra sinn we had to "light nut'' in druMe quick Cme. Wo were twimy-four miles out from Oauley, nnd sii'l dcnly Cnin.l ouri.elvcs wlthiu be arirg of tho en'-rny ' laigle, and to r.ur front surj i Ijo, bad J lekeis imiile of theirs. We learned fn m tho citii -ns that they had i.DOO men within two miles, nnd thst they in tended to surround us. They had 1 600 cavalry and several pieces of arlilhiry. Wo that is, the Moody llth bad but C60 men, all told; nnd nil buttwo companies of them hnd m trotted 23 milcssince ten o'eliirk. Yon can fancy bow simple they felt after doinp that in a bttle na -re thuii ten hi tir!. Can any one tell what is the use of such nurohei-? , We bad not rested half nit hour hen we CH urd.-rs lo in-.treb bark 1 1 niil.'b on quirk time, and w o hnd not j ot yo our cofl'oe made w hn we beard our piektts tiling in every direction, lint wi.rst of all, iniRpinr llieoalb" that were taken. They would net give quarter lo a "d d Si-oesh." Put the Colonel came around and told th bova the danger they were in, thereby receiving bis full shnre oriutt'speett'il curst for w hat bo could not help. We were formed .n line nfnntreh nnd moved bark with much inuttertrg, nnd clenched teeth, One saury young fellow asked the Colonel "why be midc ii march so that day t" The Col. reminded bint that he had no ridit to question hint. Thi n, thinking it wss the pent rnl wih of Ins men to know the reason nf such a foci-hard march, he explained that U-'H.Co It 1 1 or I ra I him to Mount Cive.w stay there until orb-rod ba. k. Well, we lui'l tint on the Lewisbnre; mad, aKnit 10 in'.l 'x front camp, to ke -p th 'in b ick, no that tlio oili er repiuients ctuld ibrtify nndisturt ed, nnd prepai for the nttnrk, which w oh errpeeted rm it, from the fact that scouts wen eniitiiiuallv hovrriiig near, firiuir on our piekeu. They have tlriven tlu ni in and killed one, and have llieinseUfN bad a man or two killed. We have had some tall times with ihrm.un I strange to any .have bad only two men kilb d and tw o taken prisoners. The health in camp Is verv pood. The boTa are in poo l npirit. and w ant to bo moved onward. The only disH.itist'aeiien in ramp U nboit Ciiele S. m. I have ahvava heard t'nrlespoken wu'lof, but I br- I lieve now be is m-'in. There nro bun Ired nf m thtt hrtro b.'nt in lacs Tvlee 'or ov.-r nee in nit In without snv pay- men of families .and their wive at !i m snil'erir'p f r want of their husband's earn intrs. M nse fault is itT There i m- ttev civmeli to pay t ft' every man at thepropt-r tiuio. and why i.t il not' paid? I do not know w here we will take up ourwin'er qumtors yet: 1 hope rut of the Kanawha Valley an I ti e mount onor eateni irpnua. una great advantage in Western Va. i it ia welt -attr-d. It aflorla the b.st ol sprinps, an.l a numerous quantity nf them. Tell the boys o Wood that the 'Filing Gvnsies" that m what th. re bids cull the llth send their roapeeta to them. Our bovs hare all pot the new cap such aa the Regulars have. We niv fnnilabed withsewW shnrsthsTeplentv of clothing ami articles. ours Hcspeetttilly, C. J. CHILDS MAY. Kentucky Correspondence. the totv , Army oi ma Ci"ir(tisp. f 49th U.pt.,U. V., Oct. ISih.ICt. 3. T. Bunt-De vs Sm:-"Toastddier, tho In cidvnta of camp life do aot preaent much lutereat; uttn a person unused to soldiering there incidents will have at mo interest; and aa thtre Is at preaeut dearth of war news, I propon iciving an acccimt camp life, tcgothcr wtth other item d-fuied inter rating. Oen. Seotl hi said'.-MJiers taso tl.etr atemichs with them when they po to the army; ar.d attending to the wants of the 'inu r mut is duty which mo oba'lunto wilt'.rgly f erferms." In the main, Uncle H.ir fv.mfbes Us "beys" with rnouph of necessfcrifj of Lie; but vu.eliuvs, s.tn on inaret.or w here ' S re ti." have lurtud railrt'ad bridgn, tbc raef. srv. on k ;l.oit uilowai.ee f. I a days. In snch times tbob.'st use is madeof overt srsilablei and lomrlimce anieles not tWemed the eontrabend of war are imwvrntly tppropi land to satisfy the demands nf nature; t ut Ibis Is uu i'juotljj-a ioot:, pih'.riif. Sr. Ot, Uibvo bit pmmiscd his men that If nr of them m caught pilfering In tin leiit, they shall bo d1t with actor dinger) mnitiol Uir, and then be turned over to tho eiril iutbn-.i'lfi. Our cookinft mty not be flor the tnrti tpprorcd Style, end our lady friend mipbt unt thiDk it wis done In th best raaaarr; but- we make good cof fcs,fok meat, prte toes, rice, lnmlny and bcana.nnd make bietd that a bitiif;ry taan can eat n Hb k 1 gusU. The cillectiim of men In mi Ire r tll o bi? very dclriuicntil to tncrals, but nl ervlir ttatlica that each lias not boi-n th raw with the 4!t1i. 1 hrro ia anrely Uaa cnrrl-fdnylraiirt I IhlnU less f rufsnity Ihaa when tt first enter jclc amp. Our religious (ntefests n rt -lthnit ottintlrn. Wa ht e prearlilng na often a poiblo; n-giment, c-nn,inr and tnos. prayer stid r nfvnnrc mei tfnfs frequently, which me ivl'II attenfl't and milte In-ter.-Htui(j, siid s. me of the meaaes bnvs prayer in tbeir tents, fi'iiie bare (.ipreaxed sn Int' tition to am-'nd their llvetj enc has prufesscd tn have ri caived the"ncv.-binlpi"ivct wo sro not all saints, sod we do all m od sn interest in the rn vers of christians, that we may nut only be snrrcbsfiil in cnudiitifl out ttiia ri'!xllinn against the Government, but ii I. so the ri.belliiiu iu our own hcarU.ngalust the Piinco of Punre. Iu coming lure w pnai-ed tl.eblrtl -j l.ire of b nilinm Liuei'ln, but, nrn nnded as il won by app!o tree, wc f.iilcd to see tlio cottnpc in whlcb "Fiitbcr Ahriham ttrtlnxw tlio ligh'.." It l nir tho Hnll ii'B Fork of Salt Tiver, oml bnt a short distance fr. m the villepe l llmifrekt ille. II did In rue was Orifinallv in Ilnrdln eountv, (hi which tho. proront Cimn Neviu"is s'tu it-jd.) but the county lniRHinco h ". a livide I, find the pi rtinn which contains the old tiouii-iiliM'l of tu Prehideul now cciiKitntL the niw county or I.arnc. Tlio phee wlic-rj tiio now funi'itis cabin b:uv was burn is pointed out by tho Inhabits, and tbi-ru aro aerrr.il men hern who re innmbor "liithj Abe Lincoln" ni nu 1 11-tiino plny felluw. Ditr..'i iiiB Willi y us they do, and notiio nf t ieiii ardent Seceasi nista, It is wurthy of note that llie.v plncu iinbciutiili'd confidence in tl e mun. ''II w.is a pour boy," thry say, '"but B mighty whole souled, cIuvit Utile frllim, win pi von ei nld fritht with i,ni thiii(." Mr. Lincoln per, nnlly tli.-y have full faith in, but they dislike, "the ni n ho has got nr aind him in the Cabinet." This Is an excellent fniitandprain-grtwiiipceuu-iry, hut poorly cultivated. The iinprouuienlh and iiiiihm.n!s nl'l iisbaudry ore nil ol tho "mild Inng i.jne" pJttern. Tim "coiitruban I article" nppcnri numerous to a Puekrye, but ull of them don't look liko "imported utock." We have a.on ono school hnuso in Ky., but not n siiiplo good bain this side of Louisville. 1 1 my next I hope to be nble to give yen urine ac count of warlike experiences, but nuy not have uuy e.uitlng noivg to rel .t-'. t'ntil th.n, adieu. j A. P. DONALDSON. r. R. "o murmuring amaiig tlie injn ou account of hard tinier. "" nam,i imi.,muuia i NEW ADVERTIS'MENTS. [Advertisement.] a j of the the tiio few -itiirg plea I DITOR OF Pkhkvhu ltd ,loi knal: A friend ban recently culled my attention to nn article iu a paper ctllid the ' Iinlepen lent," published in this'!laee. I have given to tl 0 i-ftid articles moment's atten tion, and tin I that in it I have b.cn charged with being thi! editor ol your paper. I have nevcr.as you know, centriUitc I to your p iper anv nrtieles'ior publication of any kind, ox' Ojit that I have twice sent you n 'ticca of political conventions, at vow request. In these two commmiicatioiH of "mine t.iere was not ono word or svll.ible reflecting ti'wetly or in liicctly upon nny in'lividual. In fact you welt know Id it 1 have unil'iirinlv expressed mv s.:ll up n all proper o-caaiuiia tis iu favor of droii jiinp all parlnin quair.ls, no! .t the aim.' time of huryinp in eternal oblivion all peivii il .liilieulties whicli in past times hnvc grown out of partiz m cun teiti, so tout no Only ghould bv it united p ojile, in view ol the tUuiiura' which tiire.ttcn our beloved country. There in no use, Mr. Lditor, in saving th t u-e forget party, that wc me all on purlv ," Ac., nnlc-ii at tue a tme t;m. wo bury the pnrtnan hatch et in spirit and m tru h, un I rally atotin I the dear old II ip of our country, no', as str ing' rs, pot as a lincirdant mob, but as a band of brothers, forget ful of p ist dilt'erencrH and looking only to tlie ph -rtou.t future tint await!! us if w o prove true lo our c.msj an.l ourselves. In past tinus we l nvu ull been, ti a greater or less extent, partisans; giving and taking the hard knocks of policat warfare as they cam , an 1 none the trurit perhaps lor the ex ercise. This year, however, the truest men tiinl wis' st patriot-lot bi tit parties agreed to hold an armistice-to sink tho pai'LL iu, and unite upon the dnple principle of sii.ta'ning the government. In no county of lh. Slate did there appear Sg oittr w'ilhngnesi, to ol-iv the Call of duty and p itii' linn than in thii. Political enemies of n quarter of a century were seen .-dau ling side by side in the same convention and cheii fnlly sustaining. a Union tick et. Amid all (hip gor-d brotheily arid patriotic feel ing, th. p iper, called the In Vpendert, sprung into lite. Its brat is.iiies won tilled with gall and bit terners its columns were hi ick n itu filsehoed, nnd overflow inn w ith the fouh.il ealuninies iipamst m 'n w io;c otlicial and private characters had nev- ore he n ivi.taile I. Tit! mn us.iailed wrre the very ones for w hoso eleetii n the edin r of that paper a few years before had ienl.msly I thr.rcd. To those who knew the low and filtfiy motive of these attacks--n ho understood that this vile shtng was resorted to iu order to punish them fur not pnshitip forward the l o'itieal and iircuniarv for tunes of a in in whose want of all honest principle ren letvd it a pubi c crime to tolerate him - there was certainly no terror in the etfusioii of bis ten onious tongue. I was natural, however, that the in minces of tho Cnion Convention, who were de iii utired ns dishrn-eyt or retorted as incapable by the li:t'e c i'"0 tluil eon.t;tiire the editorial depart in -nt ofth.it paper sliculd dr-itv to be beard thro' the columns of y.-iir paper. Their iiist object tut turully w -as also to let tin- public know w ho their as-Mil-itfs were, to show them up and have people see them. ' Vice is n monster of sorb hide, us lilein That to be shunned it needs but to be seen." On the sunn principle our friends seemed to think that bull' of the venom of tint si in lerous tongues that assailed them would he counteracted by simp ly introducing the Short mid Dirty clique lo their constituents. In doing this, however, they forgot that the lliggms of to-day was A diU'erent tii nl from tiio Hippins of three or four year ago. Toon be puddled his own canoe- now, it serins, bo has a panp of trained and pensioned rowdies rtt bin bo Is to enforce with fists an t brick-bats w hat he fails to secrmplish with falsrho i 1 sod si in ler. In tither words, no character is so pure but they mav Id :ck- ru it, no prit ary so sacred but they m.tv invade it; but it the i' ir ass ub I dare to publicly r.'tn n s'.rate be is t'i be answered with a rlub. Such lu mp the ca.se, an I there being every prosprol that iifhilpeitcc of the tongue would purchase a broken ii u i, i, as ti m in oi p nee, witu a strong partial uv lo it whole skin and In nes, have lonir iil'o re solved to remain quiet, at toast till Mart, Lake pets through bis Hummer work, an I aws bis able-bodied eoiuiteiia ce in IVrrvslmrp. About then I sup pose we shall onee more wimots the pleasing pbe nont tton of Ilipgins and his kindred crew of short and dirty blat k -pu uds hunting their boles again. Vntil then no niuotiut of provocation shall induce nu to exno.se inysell to what you, Mr. liditorairoor tlmg to Hippins, have so narrowly t-jicaned. Willi a word or two moiv 1 will close. In the article sf the Independent referred to.s piper called the Cab inet Maker, published in this county lasi Kull is meiitioued, an I the tact announced iis a startling itiscovcrv that soiite ot'ihe in mtis'-nol of lh.it pa per is in my bau t-wriiing. I have always, admit ted, an I never denied my authorship of xw article in that paper, being the krtioU dt tiled into para graphs and each paragraph bended w ith tho name of one of the in mitieea of die Democratic Conven tion. That article ie state that there mi i sus picion of improper transaction., ii, the Treasury De partment. .No corruption is charged - no peculation la etmrpeoi - tail the tact mat more were ucn re ports in eireul itiou ia nn st true, and no falaelioid was involved in a lying so. These suspicions grow out of Mr. Rosst' report, I sm now utislied, nbbo' I did net tlien know the fact ;tior do 1 now! IhalMr. Uraham bad negligently allowed a balance lo ac cumulate iu bis lavor at tho Toledo Punk, thus vi olating the letter of the law. It is well known that foreign tax-payers have to P'tnit in drafts, nnd that ih j Coiml.V Treasurer nmst avail liimself of batik tug aceomtn 'datiuns to pet those drat is cashed. bile burriidiv taking in taxes it does not take I up Ui get a considerable uint uiit in drafts, and ihst mnkt's the Troasun-r creditor of the bank thn uglt winch be sends his ilratu for colleetion. tietms- it was quite tair t ret me to Mr. l ran a tho pri. ilepe of aeudinp to the Toledo Dank Mid get t up the amount w hich he bad thus negligently al lowed to becoms due to him, Is not a question to now debated. It was also tlated in the Cabinet Maker Unit we waet nn upright, moral, tempt rate mail for Snrnt!'. and veer wcr allowed ( ltsik closely into the ebatactert f thecaniid.tt s. There was nu charge against anv one in that, and no un true s'..teir.i'i,t, i;l.er. As t.i the statement that Mr, ttltcn nns nn imtoiiitna'o doeton tor n a can dtdiitr, I cett.iir.ly cot-.sid.-i."l in tbo-w times th.it m.v iteleeiioti by the Keoublieaa party of a candi date bkeli to be t-lei'tod was unlorliinule for tlte I'cuiv crane party, ul le.st. Put there were mo t-r three articles in the Cabi net Maker so low and despicable in (heir character so i.iUe and tlAiiden.ii.s in iiieirclnuvt'S- so inein toi l lll'bv in their oiituie and style that no lxilpi eel rsclteuient eon! I mlliute no tartiraii 'rife ci old excuse them. There was u article beaded, "1". (i.-hbaia Mid tU Vevl CvuVy Troksury," hich cvtrTtrpttons, briherr, theft and embezzlement iajtore fully an I toully clmrped spnlnai him. IV I tflrc4 were in trod turd ol bun nnd bia lyienrtu nvr. swoJ by their tire tended convlt titn of micb b'Trid Vrnmc, suit souring tb cottutrr f"r help. Who ro!a thu article, Sir. E'han Allen H'ppin? Ycu umwn iu- m:oiiieripl, von aar. rroaucc It then. I'ltn e that II, VI. Do-tpo w rote thtt, and yon can brand him m i bar: b't-atise bo denies I svoig any knoivlolg-n'tliit s tielo till lie saw It pubbalicff. None of yonr oi ly ing stiltnntal Snbtnit the nia ittx rint to H n. J-im Murr.iy, mv foiin.T law ptt.ieri J. . Tyl t, my present one; t'.r Itnv. T). K. JVells.luU I'rioe'ipul ol lli Hipb School, with whom I have corresponded from boyitotsl, and !iy ibeir decisirn 1 v- ill n!nnd or fall. Tit' re was an urticle in tbo Cibinct Maker on the "Itopnhltran tm 11 ln for rMierifl"," with a wood tut rvpieat ntinii loin rtriini, with e p.ic!; tf cards on on-; sido a b''tt'.; or whisky on the otn-r. and charging liiitt with b. inp an open, ant nrttori'-nis diuiikard and Simdiy g.Oibl !r -Charging l.ig b,mi, I.iriil'n'nnt t Minn, wit,, tin. snnj un-rworso. Who wrote thst foul, fi!t,y, lying idandt-r, Mr, I", llollcnb' tk ' Vt tir ilfar brtihrr Ilirpin hs the niinttteil it. Pro In; it, t: e t. Mr. Ilivgins' ' whi b in frirn I po ire" denies the i-utl.or.ihip of thot (lit y ieco ( f blaok(:Uurdiiini. He r pudiatt-d it as S'son as he siw it and cliaive I yon witlt it. Not tiiat he s i w the ni iiiiisrripi--rt'' was not submitted t'i him, but for these reasons:- - Firstly That it wm got up iu rour office without doubt. Soon Py- That it bears yc.nr car mark. Thirdly Adiiiisfio-H inn lelt-r . In m Captain McMillan to a triiiid clrarly jx'int you nut aa the author. l innlly - I miRbt as well add, because I am sat intied that there wore only two men in the couuty til : an f-mniuli to have dono it, and those two men were H lleiihnrk and llippina. As to Hippins Ids bandit wen-full getting up the foil shot It-rs npainst 0 rah ii in, and be left Hlinn to Uillcr.herk's tender mt rri'.'s. llcsidi s there is a dilli-rcnco iu the rea p:r lvo t tyl 'so:' attirk, ndi frnicoin t loir woa pi re f ssault wh cli I w ill trv to indicate. No m.m cm prop rlv be said to exn l all bis frl lew m -n in morn than one family, and ns Hippins does in lying, so lloll-nberk does in meaniinas. Not thnl we nre to thin't lloll nlerk wnnta the fneultv of lying because Hippins lino it in a more eminent degree, or that Ibfpini wauls meanness because Uol I' libct k hue a Im-jri r hbate of it, Luch of these notorious In lividu.iln has ni re i f both than per haps any mm bilm. an I ar? onlv s.ti I to lie has wh' ii c mpnred with melt other. 'Hippins ia the biggest liar, lloll. 'tibrok the tneansl man. Tn the t n ; we must despiso thu work, in the other the in'ivl'u.il. Hippins surpKs-'s nn 1 soiii'tintes aniusrf na w 'th the impii Ime or his falsehofld". II li-nhcck dispus's ns wi:h the ftltbv nature of his actnei,, llierins g'a'tirs bn Ins with a fonerous profusion. H dlrnb -ik bestows with a oaivful band, and m I ra i p in ufa.. for the smailness of IIik iium ber. Hppi'iii, li!;(. the Nile, Ito "l tie? land with the veil' lu.ais ell'usioiis of bis false snd slan ler us tonpu i in n b vim II -si i vet-flow. II dlenbeek, like n foul lulf-stiigonnt diteh, in its ban'cs Ifri-pi up a slow butsK-ady stirum of slime and filth. When we examine the in inner of attack, wc find that eni h is npt to charp" the person whom he in tends lo nss 'il with qualjti-s res"nibpng bis own cl ftfit'er. Ilii e'ins invents it chirp-'.' of some solid an I tangible crime. IMlenbeck seeks to expose aonu ih pin'linp an I contemptible weakness. H'g pi: s paints n political t pp, n. nt us a nun deserving to l. looted out of t.ll respectable society: Holb n hrrknaone lobe pitied nnd despised. " Each cn d -a vi rs to d prnde his fellow nun to Ids ow n dirtv level by sssiin I 'tinp him to lonisel1', and each pour's int i bis filthy rtl'ttsii ns the unintentional confession of his own innate nnd peculiar vilcness. To conclude, Mr. l: litor, I have been inform d bv reliable m n tliat Mr. Ilipgins has imputed those articles which I disclaim, to m., and insinuated that I tals- ly t h irpcel titer authorship upon others. Ti pay hint f. r tiio necessary trouble of proving his statement, I have pi iced twentv-livc dollars in the ban Is of Mr. II. ('. Lawrence, of this place, to bu paid to bint ns soon ns be pro luces a certificate from the gentlemen J hare named, that the manu script of said articles was written bv me. I am, sir, Yours, Kuspeetfnlly, II. II. DODGE. I'. S As the above is not n matter of public in terest, you will please publish it as an adv. rtttement and send charges to me. II. II, D. iu A I) I Ii C A U D MRS. M. A. CAKPEXTliU Would say lo the Ladies of IVrrvaburg nnd. vi cinity, that she has just returned front the Kast.and is now prepared to receive her ctlsl"uirs, an I show them tho Nl'.W AND DESIRABLE .MYLKS of the season. Ladies, please call and see my N li W STYLE S or TALL AND WLNIEIl 130 MSB ra 1 If you want Ki Kibbnns, Hnwors, Ruches, Plumes, .Straws, bonnets. Hits, ete., plenso null nt Mrs. Ctrpentor's Millinery f;l ;rj, rn Front street. J eli- ets. Msti-.l.'s, etc. ; alsi, Coloring, t'.eaching and I'ivssmil' Ilonn " s done to order. Oct. ilOtli, IStll 2Jtf. T)0ST OFDCE X0T1CE. The un lor.iipuc-1, I Post Master at IVrry.sburg, would rspa t fu'ly in o.-m the p oplo ol this vicinity that old post.',?.-' st imps will not u permitted to pai- thronph his ottici after Thursday, Noe. 7th. Tlfuj who have old ones on band should call and have thorn exchanged prior to that time. M.I.SUX DARLI.VG, P. M. Perrysburg, Oct. 30, lsrtl. L (J N T K Ii R S W A Jf TED The un lcrsipncd i 1 c illv nu'hoiizad tn r -fruit a COMPANY OF VOLPN'TEKKS for tiio 6Mth Reg'iu nt, now forming nt Camp Latta, Napoleon, Lieut. Col. S. II. Sioadm m. Day and Sub.sictenee will be furnished In ni date of enlistntiiit. Cloth ing will lie furnished as soon as it can be ordered trom t olumbus. Recrmtiotr at mv otfice, in I'er- rysbuip. D. ROSS, Recruiting Officer. Uetober 3lh, Ibjl -.'.'jwS. L A TEST MtOM THE SEAT OF WAR1 tiiiEAT nxen EMEXT PERRYSlU Rt;, 0. AT XF.W STOVE, TIN AND IIAR1 WAUK STORE! TltK subscribers would rosjiect fully inform the citizens of Wood and adjoining counties, that, hav ing leased the store form, r'.y occupied by liliOWN &. Ill'NT, they intend continuing the Stove nn I Tin Trade in all its brnncbes, and connect there with the llAUDWAHK M'SIXlS. and would be pleased to receive the calls r.f nil who may be In want. Our priors shall be as low as the same quality and stylo enn be purchased for in Toledo or elsewhere. COME ONE-COME ALL, as wo wish to be emtio acquainted. JiOSTWJL'K Jt TYLER. PARLOR. COOK. AND POX'IOVKS, Just receiving, - the largest nnd best assortment ever brou'rlit up tlie river which wo oiler at Toledo prices. ROSTWIClv & TYLER. THIMPLE SHIRK PIPE IK'XKS. . K0STWICK oV TYLER'S. At NAILS AND lltillsli TRIM MI ' fi Clump, at BOSTWICK ot TYLER'S. IRON, (all sizes.) HOlt-iE SHOE BAR. AM) NAM. RODS, Warranted, at Toledo pri-es, at HOST WICK. & TYLER'S. HMITON & Vi F.ED'S ( 0OPI R TOOLS At H0STWICK 4 TYLER'S. AXES! AXESI! nd Double Steel, ot HOST WICK 4 TYLER'S. Singh MAR e ESS TRIMMINGS' A good ass .rtment st R0STWICK 4 TYLER'S, CARPKN I'ER 'S TOO I fl E N F R A L, IIAKDwAKK AND CHAINS Of ll kinds, at ROSTWIOK 4 TYLER'jj. T IN W A RF. At ROSTW ICK 4 TYLER'S. JOB TLn'vVORK,! Done on sbott notic aivt ot issonbl prices, st UOSTWIOK. A TYLER'S. Perrysburg, Ohio, let. 24. U - 2."ly. "VOTICF.- lost bv the subscriber near Monclif i via. in Lueas I'ountv, Obio. largo culf-skin Pts ket lt'M'1. eoiiiHiioo a prtmiisory note against Juki nil t 'Utl. rulloiL' lor leu dollars; also an order on the Treasurer of Wood county for the mini $K'l,0 piti able out of the futiit ol 1'lteli inimlivr . ..',, . i , i j and other valuable papers, and JP1 iu money, tinder u ill be tila'iiillv rewarded bv leaviiivr immewilh J. McDtHiald, near Mouclovia, or ut ollito ttf the I'tvbato .lu-tge in tliis eouiitv. t'vt li. ol !IJ A. A. CUANDALL. of 14 Tlie the tho MI3CSLLANECU3. 'I-ERMS OF COURT FOR 1PM. 1 It Is ordered that the several courts for the year A. D. 132 shall Cinnn -nee and be held in the s.'vernl countits ctmiprisitig the 10th Judicial Dis trict of tho State of Ohio, as follows: District Omrl. In the county nf Putnam, June tt. " ' " Wottd, 2s. " " Crawford, July t. i. m Wvandot, " 8. " Hancock, - a. " " Seneca, 10. firnmon Plena CmtrU, In tho county of Heueca, January 13, May Sift, Oc tober 20. In the county of Wyandot, February 13, April !, Novell! '.AT I I. Ill the county of Craw fori, March 4, May 13, De cember 2. ' In the county of Putnim, February d, May fl,Oc tobcr2l. In th comitT of Wood, Februarr 11, May 13,0c toher Vet. In the county of Fliucock, February 25, May 20, November 10. ' In witness wherrnf, we have ipnnd this order officially, this 1st day of October, A. I). 13(11. M. C. WIIITF.LEY. J0SIAH S. PLANTS. (I. E. SKNEY. Oct. 23-25n I. Jn Iges lOtb Judicial Dist. hOAD NOTICE. Notice is hereby plvon that a petition will be pres.'iited to the County Com missioners, st their n -xt r -gular session, asking tlirm to rauso to bo viewed, surveyed nnd estab lished, the following eouiitv roinl,'to-witi Com mencing nt a point on the I'orrysbnrg nn I Fitidlay road, w here the north line of s'-c's M, 17 & 18, in Ferryabnrp tp., Wood coun'y, Ohio, intersects snid road, thence due oast along' said north line of said section, until the same intersects tho road running along the east lin ; of sii.l section Hi nnd there ter minate. JOHN YEACSER, e nl Petitioners. I'errysburg, Oct. 221, 18G1-Z5w4 NOTICE Is hereby given thnt the undersigned hat been iippoiiitod executrix of the last will of John Fletcher, late of Wood county, Ohio, doe'd: nil pontons interested will govern themselves SC oordinelo. EM KLINE FLETCHER, Oct. 21, lSiH 2aiv Executrix. O ARMS I TO ARM3 I TO ARMS I The un lersipned lias been duly commissioned nnd aittlioriiiil to raise a Company of Volunteers f, rtlie SfXTYjSi: YEXrtl HUG tM EXT 0. V. V. S. Infantry, to go into camp at CAMP OLIVER, near Toledo. I am stationed ot I'errysburp, nnd am authorized to muster in recruits ns fast ns thry enlist, nnd they will therefore th aw Rations and I'.iy from the time of cnlis'ment. and fuursbed with subsistence until sent into camp. As soon in five or six m-'n have been enlisted their uniloi-ms will t.e ordered, nnd for every or 8 men thereafter that are enlisted. No better indiieeln aits could possibly be tillered to Young Men to Volunteer in tlio-defense of the "SIARS AND S'lRIPKS," An I ni l in sustaining THE CONSTITUTION AND THE t'MON. Tho pay is fn m $13 to $21 per month and JlOu Uoiinty nt tho close of the war, il is nls expected that each volunteer will receive ISO neres rf land. . Active means nre being taken to fill this regiment rapidly nnd it is thought it will be got ready to take up the liuc of march soon, if you nro anxious to s 'rve your country voluntarily, "and avoid bring drafted w hicli it is' earnestly to be hoped will not have to be resorted to in this' state. Walk l'p and Put Down Your Name t 2d Lieut. JOHN B. SPAFFORD. Perrysburg, Oct., 1861. Recruiting Officer. G HOCISRY AM PROVISION STORI5 Low Prices and Itcatly Pay Having purchased tho entire stock of GROCER IES formerly owned by Geo. W. Ilollenheek, 1 will continue business AT THE OLD STAND, Where, having replenished the Stock with a large and ENTIRE NEW ASSORTMENT, I am now prepared to supply tho citizens of f errys- DlU'e,, ami aurrotmaing country W'it.U 3i,oo,(!i irs and Provisions, Of the choicest kinds and nt the cheapest possible prices. Those wishing to purchase anything in mv lino will fh I it to their advantage to give mo a Call, as everything I sell will bo SOLD AT THE VERY LOWEST PRICES I have on hand, alio, a largo and well selected itock of BOOTS AND SHOES, vhich I warrant to give satisfaction or no sale. Icb! Ice! Ick! I have on hnnd a large supply if choice Lake Ic.i, which may be obtained at ail inics on r nson.ihlo terms. i5'f All kin Is of produc e taken in exchange for go-ds. J. B. WEBB. Perrysburg, Nov. 23, 13(30 tf ) L O W S ! PLOWS! PLOWS 1 The subscriber has just received the sub-soil, or MICHIGAN POCRLE TLOW. It is a plow thnt every Farm :r should have. With it ho can turn under and get rid of sward, all kinds of stubble and roots of corn st ilks. leaving nothing but n nice fresh soil t cultivate. For breaking up WILD PRAIRIE LAND It is invaluable. It puts tho sward six to t ipbt inches tuvler grouivl, anil gives y u a soil ns pnort an I as easv to work ns your neighbor s that has been tilled for years, lie has also tho t; inns "c y l i n d e r r l o w Very strong and of light draft-just the thing for Supervisors, t-r fur all kinds of heavy plowing. MITCHELL'S &. SONS' ROAD SCRAPERS, Second to mme t -liters made. Hay, Straw, Corn-stalk cutters of the very best manufactures, wan anted to give entire satisfaction, and will siveonv-half the cost of wintering stock that it will cost to "inter the in without cut ford. Last, but not least, is the HA KEN WATER DRAWER. He would call the attention of nil in want of a "tip top" pump, to this Drawer, as it is undoubtedly the best thing 'o draw water with in the county. It has only to be s 'en an I tried to he amireciat td, and w hat is' better than nil is that it is cheap, nnd there fore w itiiin the r-'aeii of both rich and poor. CALL AND SEE THEM. 1). KEEPS. IVrrysbttrg, Oct. C;h, I8fil. . MRS. WINSLOW, At; experienced Nurso and Female Physician, pre sents to tho stu:nlioti of mothers, tier S O I) T II . N li S Y R U P , FOB. CIIII.PIIBN TBETIIISO, which eroiitlv fneiltitaies the process of teethin . . - . i :.. .i ,-,bv will Sottf Illltg tlie glllllS, retiuc.irijt an uoi inon i ion allay alt pain una spasmotue acuoii, unu is SliRK TO KRf.l LATS T1IK BOWCI-S, Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to your selves, and BB1.KIP AND IIKaLTU TO YOVR INFANTS. It n.l ,-uiIt rlier,'s tbu ehilil front tiaill. but iuviir- orates tho stomach and botvods, corivcU aciilit.v,imd gives tone and energy to tlio whole system. U will almost instantly relievo II Rl PI NO IN THS BOWELS, AND WIND COMO and overcome convulsions, which, if not speedily re medied, end in death. W e believe u tlie oes( sua surest remedy iu tho world, in all cases of Dysen tery and Diarrhoea in children.whother it arise from toothing, or from onv other cause. We would to every mother who has a child suffering from of the foregoing complaint rto unt let your preju dices, not tho prejudices or others, stand between you and your auri'erinjr child, and the relief that Ksun--vos, absoluu lv sure to follow the u thismodieiiie.if vim ly used. Full directions uaing will accoinp my each b..ttle. Nomnne unless the facsimile of CURTIS 4 PERKINS, New-York, ia on the outside wrapper. fold by all Druggists and Dealers in Memcinos in Wood county. Principal Offloe.H Ctwlar street, N.J. PRICK. ONLY aft O K.N IS ftR BOITLE ApriL,J'fJj;1'191y. " '"" ' . n n fs ' iT V 9 sfl SC II O Ob K X A M I t. n a- u I v. The lloanl w ill hold theii next regular sessions I for the examination teaoittrs, as loiiowa. V..mi Milh-rove. hrst lucsilay 111 Hnwlin? (Ireeii, first Tuesday in Deevnil er. rrv.lmiv. ibt Tuesday in January, ( 1121. I n addition u tbe usual course, 1 each, r w ill bere Sl'lor lieemiiwd iu American History. No aptdicaut will beexsminud who w not present puMOfuall llv at s o'oioek, a. m. J. W, Wvovvonv. Kra . j will or for V1 c. GOODS & CROCCRiE8. IDE WORLD READ. FOR THK BEST & CHEAPKST GOODS 00 TO THE STtSf. CT w. j. iiitciicock. rrew noons I nkw ooonsl nrw noons I nkw noons I mew noons t NKW GOODS KKW ooonsl htw rsiCES KKW FHIOKS NKW rslCES KKW PBIOKSl m pricks! NEW PRICKS! KCW rRICKS! Tho largest stocks of goods cvoroOTorod in tlds murket, embracing an endless variety of articles STAPLE, FANCY AND FASHIONABLE, In the selection nf which no effort has boon spar ed lo render it ns attractive as possible, is now be ing opened at the CHEAP DRY GOODS STORE of W.J. Hitchetiek, on the corner of Fictit and Lou isiana Avenue, I'erryaburg, Ohio, QUALITY is the REST TEST of CHEAPNESS. Inspection and Comparison will provo that for va riety, elrgance, richness, cheapness, benuty and quantity, this stock is unsurpassed by any now of fered in the West. LADIES' FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS 1 In this department great advantage may bo obtain ed by close cash buyers, from the tact that tho goods are 6ughtfor ensh directly o.' the eastern dealers mil manufacturer.', nnd till imported goods nrebo't nt just what it costs to import them, hence he can afford to sell goods at MCC1I LOWER PRICES than goods are pent rally sotd. which is nn item nf great interest to the people of Wood county. A snf flicient in ducenunt, we take it, to make Perrys burg the trading point. READY MADE CL0TIUXQ I In this deportment, we have the largest and mogt complete assortment in Northern Ohio. Made tip according to the latest fashions and in the most sub stantial manner, warranted to give the very best satisfaction, or no sale. HARDWARE. GROCERIES, &C. Those wishing to purchase anything in this line will find it to their advantage to piy mv Store a visit before purchasing elsewhere. Tlie attention of the public it respectively invited to mr extensive stock, feeling assured it will be time profitably spent. I2f"Produce taken in exchange for ponds. W. 3. HITCHCOCK. Perrysburg, January 2d, 1861. 1RAND OPENING OF STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS HATS, CAPS, 1SOOTS, SHOES, ULOTHlNG, Crockery and Glassware, YV00DENYVARE, HARDWARE, Farming Tools, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, ETC. Ladles' Dress Goods, New, Chaste, Rich snd Elegant Patterns. Just received by A. G. WILLIAMS & 13R0. Sugars, Amber Syrup; African, Rio and Java Coflees, Layer and Seedless Raisins, very nice, Prunes and Currants. GLASS, DYE-STUFFS, SPICES, Kerosene Oil. Tea at 50 cents, and $1 tea for 75 cents; try it. Prime Live Geese Featheis, Retailed from $1 V lb up. Mackerel and Cod Fish, Looking Classes, etc. CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS, New Spring and Summer styles, Strong and Cheap for Cash; for sale by Williams. OOODS AT SECESSION PRICES FOR THE LADIES. Frt'ueh PrinU-d Rarcges, very cheap. French Printed Organdies, beautiful designs, tlinghaui Lawus, Printed Lawns, Printed Bril liantes, all entirely new styles. Mourning Goods", Embroideries, Bercge de Lsines, Summer Dreas tilhs, Linen Lustres, Vsleiicias, Foulard Silks, Marseilles, Lawn Robes, Organdie Robes, Grenadines, Challles, Couuterpanes, Napkins, Doylies, Damask Cloths, Ruffling, Edgings, Moreens, Flannels, Lace Veils, Cotton Sheetings, Dress Buttons snd Trimmings, a handsome assort ment, all new. Bonnets and Ribbons, Misses' snd Cbildrens Flats and Hats, Parasols, the newest snd richest out Shswls every description, Maotillss and Raglanst please call and eiamine for pnrcbasinff elsewhere. Fish! Fish 1 A good supply of all kinds Stantly kept ou baud ut our htore. tiTProduco taken in exchange for goods. A. G. WILLIAMS 4. BKO. Ui 6or htn be pent office. of be- oon- HIGHLY IMPORTANT. G RAND A It R ! V A ! O f fc' kpr;nu and summer goods i A T "HEAD QUARTERS!" PERRYSBURQ, OHIO. My stock is new and well selected snd embracer the best, latest and cheapest styles of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS ALL GOING, GOING C II K -VP FOR C A S III CLOTHS, CASSLMERES, VE8TLVCS,. HATS AND CAP S All of the latest and very best fabric. BOOTS AND SHOES, and CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER on short notice and WARRANTED TO Fpf. A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS,. always on hand. I am receiving this spring the largest stock of GROC ERIES ever brought to this city, which I intend to SELL VERY LOW FOR CASH. FLOUR: keep on hand PEARL MILLS XX FIOfJR, which always gives the very best satisfaction. COFFEES: Java, Santoss and Rio. TEA: Imperial, Black and Young Hyson. SUGARS: Crushed, Coffee Sugar, Common to Prime. TOBACCOS: All kinds from Twist to the finest Cavendish. In thort, every thing usually kept In a wholesale and retail dry goods and grocery store. The Highest Market .nce IS CASH OR TRADE, Paid for produce of n kinds. NOTICE. Ptrwos bringing Id Coro will take notice tkst It must be first thoroughly cleaned . The Twuia Houston" it now receivinj griin regularly at the Perrysborf Dock. H 0 U 8 T O N. WM.