ld watch close, and be closely watched.
The Wheeling, Va., Intelligencer (Abolition) says:
The Seventeenth Ohio regiment, which arrived at Zanesville on Tuesday last, had in charge eleven prisoners--Seceshers from Virginia.
Amongst them was a lawyer, a doctor, a school teacher, a postmaster and a squire.
Several of them were savage looking
men, who looked as though they would carry their ends, let the consequences be what they may.
The arrest of Mr. Fierch Butler.
The Philadelphia Ledger, in an account of the arrest of Mr. Pierce Butler, says:
After an extended and diligent search of the entire promises, nothing was found to directly implicate Butler in any design against the Government.
As the prisoner was placed in the carriage, the lady of the house asked:
"When will you return, Mr. Butler?"
And the person addressed replied in a nonchalant way: "Oh, as soon as the war is over, madam."
The carriage, with the company, t