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For Justice of the Peace
To the Union Democracy of Franklin
Notioo is nereoy given to w union yemoc-
.... . . ... r t . ti
racy of I'ranklin county, to meet on miDAV,
Aoqost 2d, between trie nours w thru ana six
o'clock, p. m., in tne townsnips, ana six ana
eioht p. in., in the wards, at the usual places
or holding elections (.excepting norwicn town-
blp, which will be held at Schofiild's School
House, and the 4th ward at Gavh's room, and
the lat ward at E. Seller's), to appoint del-
egates to attend the County Convention, to
at the City Hall, in the City of Columbus,
on Saturday, the 3d of Auourr, for the purpose
nf annotating defecates to the State Convention
on tho 7th of August, to nominate a State tick
The following is the number of delegates al
lotted to each ward, based upon the vote cast
for Supreme Judge in 18G0, allowing one for
each fifty, ar.1 an additional delegate for each
fractional twenty-five votes so cast:
Pleasant . '
II. W. Miller,
John M. Pooh,
II. S. IIlOH,
. . . County Central Committee
Will bo Bold, on Thursday morning, Aug. 1st,
at II o'clock, at auction, No. 11 State street,
all the unclaimed baggage of the Neil House,
of Trunks, Bags, etc.
W, R. KENT Auctioneer.
Council Proceedings At the meeting of
tbe City Council oa Monday evening last,
President Donaldson presented the petition of
R. Hili.s, Superintendent of the Central Ohio I
T.nn.tin Aa.lnm. talrinir for sundrv ImDrove-
t. , I
meius, sucn as ga.-..Ru,, ...., -u
Broad street, opposite the Asylum. Kelerred
to the Committee on Sewers and Drainage.
President Donaldson also presented a peti-
tlon from the Executive Committee of the
Orphans' Home, for funds from tbe Hare Char
ity Fund. Referred to the Committee on that
Mr. Comstock preiented the petition of J. P
Bruce and 15 others, asking for an ordinance
to grade and pave the sidewalks and gutters on
the north aide of Mound street, from Scioto
street "to tho canal bridge. Referred to 'the
Fourth Ward Committee.
' Mr. Wilson introduced an ordinance, which
wa read twice, to amend aection 3 of an or.
di nance to nrovide for the improvement of
streets, alleja and sidewalks, passed July 11,
, Mr. Smith introduced an ordinance which was
read three times and passed, to amend section
8, of tbe ordinance to regulate public markets
the object being to prevent persons from back
ing up old carts and other vehicles to secure
atanda before bringing in their marketing.
Mr. Wilson offered a resolution, which waa
adopted, donating from the appropriation for
Incidental Expenses one hundred dollars to the
Committee of Arrangements for the entertain'
tnent of the returned volunteers, for the pur
pose of assisting in defraying the expenses of
Resolutions were adopted, authorizing a con
tract for paving and grading on Front atreet, to
be made with John w . hughes; aiso a contract
for grading and paving on South Publio Lane,
with Jacob S. Winans, aud one for grading and
.,!. T nnsi .,.Ai -UV. Tuas Pain I
p wing on Long street, with John Cain. .
a fr A wu:u ... I
mr. oi-AUAinu um-icu rcoumtiuu mvu in
adoDted. eranting the Fifth Ward Home Guarda
nApmiuinn tn nponn. ih Snntl, F.nln ITon.B
for the purpose of drilling.
On motion of President Donaldson, the Po
lice Committee were instructed to discharge all
extra policemen, '
Tbe Council then adjourned.
Riotous Soldiers The Military Ordered
Out. We regret to record the fact that some
of the returned volunteers behaved very disor
derly and riotously in the city yesterday, proba
bly owing in great part to tbe influence of tbe
bad liquor thoy had too freely imbibed. "
In the afternoon, a large number of volun
teers gathered about tbe corners of High and
State streets,, and committed various outrages.
Several of them entered the establishment of
.Mr. Wagner, on State street, breaking plates,
glass, eto., and defacing and destroying furni
ture. Two of these riotera were arrested and
taken to the station-house.
The following military order waa issued yes
terday afternoon :
HEADQUARTERS OHIO MILITIA.
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE.
COLUMBUS, July 30, '61.
Captain Parka and Certain Crum will assem
ble their companiea forthwith, armed, and plaoe
their eommands under the orders of the Mayor
oi ine eirr ot uoiumbus, lor tbe preservation ot
the publio peace.
C. P. BUCKINGHAM.
Distribution or Arms. From March 4th to
July 21st 1861, three hundred and twenty-three
thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight musketa
and rifles wen issued from the various United
States arsenals. " Of this number Ohio drew
29,153. .v.? ) . -.- .
D" Next Thursday, August 1, Is the twenty
seventh anniversary of British West . India
Emancipation. The colored folks of Cincin
nati are preparing to celebrate the day.
ET In blasting for the foundation of the new
Water-works at Cincinnati, a stream of salt
water waa struck on Monday last, eight feet
and one Inch below low water mark. ' " - '
ST A correspondent from the seat of war
writes "Oar soldiers are charmed every night
with the lays of the nightingale." To which
the Boston Pott rejoins "They would be a
good deal more charmed with tho ' of a
shower yesterday forenoon. These have moist
meet ened the dry upper crust of ibe parched earth,
O" Mayor Thomas last evening issued an
order directing the saloons In the city to be
closed by ten o'clock. : ".. ' :
ID The U.S. District Court at Cincinnati
adjourned yesterday to the 10th of September.
It will bold a short session prior to the October
tT The Amerioan Agriculturist, published
monthly by Oranok Jonn, New York, at $1 a
year, la one of the neatest and best agrioul
tural journals we are acquainted with. The
August number, just Issued,' is full of interest
Ing and useful matter. - '
ID" "The Pulpit and the Rostrum," is the
title of a serial published by II. II. Lloyd & Co
New York, at tl for twelve numbers or ten
oenta , , namber. It contains sermons.
orati ong p0piliftr lecturea, etc Nps.20and2I,
publiBhed in ono pamphlet, contains Edward
Eviarrr's oration on the "Questions of the
n . delivered at the New York Academy of
Mualc 0 tbe 4lh Jul- tMt.
I - "
ID We had a fine rain, though not very co
pious, on Sunday last, and a brief, but dashing
and awakened nature throughout the entire
range of her vegetable kingdom, at loast in
this part of her dominions, into new life and
Southern Account of the Battle
The Great Battle at Stone Bridge
near Manassas—Generals Beauregard
and Johnson Leading the
Columns—Their Daring Deeds of
Bravery—Great Victory of the Southern
Forces—The Defeat of the Federal
Army—Killed and Wounded
[Correspondence of the Richmond Enquirer.]
Manassas Junction, July 21. The severest
battle that was ever fought in this country took
place to day between tne Confederates and ed
eral forces. As stated to you a few days ago,
tbe armies bad faced each other until it was
evident that a collision must ensue. About 8
o'clock this morning, a part of the Federal
forces, about 10,000 strong, commenced an at
tack on the Confederate troops at Stone Bridge,
on tne turnpike, six miles above Here, number
ing only COO, being the 4th Alabama Regiment
under Col. bloane. Such was the suddenness
of the charge, that the regiment suffered great
ly, bnt like tne immortal Spartans, tncy held
their ground nntil reintorcementa came up
The enemy succeeded in crossing the Run, but
were lorced back in tne evening, and made tne
retreat la tne utmost disorder, The (Jonleder
ates had on tbe field about 30,000. Two intelll
gent prisoners, who were taken, stated that the
enemy had from 70,000 to 90,000 picked troops
on tne ground, and yet tbey were forced to re
treat, and leave the field to tbe victorious
It would be unjust to discriminate among the
various regiments, lor all did their work well
Virginia, Norn Carolina, South Carolina, Geor
gta-AUbM1if Mj9eia8ippj, Tennessee, Texas,
Arkansas, Kentucky, and perhaps little Florida,
have united their destinies this day in eternal
bonda of friendship, sealed in blood. May it
ever continue, and strengthen as time shall
bx-Governor Smith was active In tne engage
ment with the portion of tbe regiment assigned
to bim, and elioited the warmest expressions of
admiration from General Beauregard. v " "
Jt is sad to think that the lolly or our lnvad
era haa caused much grief to tbe firesides of
Southerners, bnt when it la remembered that
the loss Is done In the glorious eause of South
ern Independence, it will be a lasting honor to
the families of those who fall In its prosecu
tion. By the way, General Beauregard must be a
man of great and active mind. He was upon
tbe field the whole day, and planned the move
menta with precision, ilia noree was shot irom
under him by a cannon ball, whioh shows be
waa not far from tbe scene of battle, lie was
all tbe while perfectly calm and eollected, and
seemed to regard the occurrence aa a mere in
cident ol war. -
Capt. Murray and Lieut. H. Clay Ward, of
the rauquier Guards, lately gotten up, bad an
important position. '
Several hundred priaonera of the enemy have
been captured and brought to tbia station to
night. S. A gentleman who haa mat arrived
frnm th fifllil nf hatllft utAtAA that f.lAnt. HalAh
gmjtn wag badly wounded In the hip, and H.
Clay ward la proDabiy killed; lie received a
deadly ahot, and seema to be conscious of his
condition. He bears it with fortitude and resig
nation. Among the prisoners is Gen. Wilcox, late of
the Alexandria Federal command, who was
a x Tt . r
0070re(i -nh the dead and dving of the enemy,
Blankets, hats, knapsacks, guns, pistols, etc.,
thousands over tne neia. Alter tne re-
(Ten 01 U9 CUCUIJ, UIO UHTturj, lUUUk VUU
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a0wn anacapturlog ail tneaecacnea parties tney
eould find. The cavalry suffered but little loss.
The prisoners all confirm the fact that tbe
verv beet troop, artillery and other anpurtenan
cea of the Federal Government, were used in
the action of to-day, which were defeated and
driven from the field. ' - - -
Gen. Beauregard commanded the Confeder
ate troopa In person, waa in the thickest of the
fight, and rallied hia men with an entbuaiaam
almost unbounded, telling them he was ready
to die with them or gain the victory.
[From the Richmond Enquirer, July 24.]
A vast concourse assembled early yesterday
evening at the Central Railroad depot to await
tbe arrival or tne train from Manassas. So
great waa the crowd that, in anticipation of the
arrival of the wounded, it was deemed necessa
ry by the com Jiittee appointed to receive them,
to set a strong guard to prevent tbe pressure of
the people around the train when it should ar
rive. By this means, the track and a consider
able space on either side of it was kept clear.
though the car tops, fencea, and all the eminen
cea in the vicinity were thronged with the ex
pectant crowd. At a quarter paat aeven, the
first train arrived, bringing twenty wounded
aoldiera and the bodies of four of our dead
Gen. Bartow, Col. Johnston, a private of the
Montgomery Goaid, named James iiriscol, and
another, whose name we could not learn.
Daring the excitement attending tbe anxious
inquiries after friends, and the crowding to look
upon tbe dead and wounded, it was whispered
through the crowd that President Davia waa on
tbe train. Immediately a rush waa made in
aearch of the distinguished statesman and chief
tain, and a thousand shouts rent the air with
wild hutzaa as hia well known face and figure
Though travel-worn and evidently fatigued
by tbe trying scenes through which be had
passed in tbe lost two flays, tbe President could
not deny the euthuiiaatia citizens the nleasure
of hearing from his own month something of
tbe glorious aeeas so recently aonievea by our
brave and invincible patriot aoldiera.
In a strain of fervid elequenoe, he eulogized
tna wmgo, the endurance and patriotism of
our viotorious troops; ana to tne memory ol
onr honored dead, who abed their life'a blood
on the battle-field in the glorious cause of tbeir
country, he paid a glowing tribute, which could
not fail to dim with tears tbe eyes of the least
feeling among his bearers. .
He pronounced the victory great, glorious and
complete. He aatd we bad whipped them this
time and could whip them aa often as they offer
ed na the opportunity. r .
ARRIVAL OF PRISONERS.
..This nnannobnoed arrival of (tar President
took the citizena by surprise. Had they known
of hia coming, such an ovation would have
greeted his return aa never before waa witnessed
in the Old Dominion. . . . -
Just behind the train which brought the Pres-
aent, mere arrivea a seoona, Drtngiog five hun
dred and eighty-five Hessian prisoners, twenty
five: of whom are commissioned officers, and
thiity of Ellsworth's Fire Zouaves.' Passengers
by this train inform ns that several hundred
other prisoner were left it Manassas, and that
onr troops continued to bring them In hourly j
and that many naa come into onr camp ana de
livered themselves np. The five hundred and
eighty-five brought to this city were immediate
ly marched to Harwood'a factory.
SPECIMEN OF SOUTHERN BIGOTRY.
An officer of the army, who arrived here yes
terdar. says that be witnessed the onset
i of our
soldiers, the Arkansas regiment, he believes
on the New York Zouaves, and. that it was
terrible speotaole. They threw down tbeir guns
and made tbe charge with tbeir brandished Dow
ie-knives. Tbe Zouaves at first seemed petri
fied with amazement. Then, aa tbeir assail
ants knocked aside their bayonets, and felt up
on them with their furious blades, they fairly
acreamed with terror, and tied in tbe ntmoat
consternation. They were nearly extermi
The Richmond Whig of the 24th, aaya:
The train brought down tome bOU prisoners,
and there are about 1200 more to come. There
are 65 officers among them.
It la not yet possible to determine the number
ot tbe killed and wounded ol tbe enemy, i ne
probability is that the sum total will not fall
short ot 10.000.
Our own casualties will not exceed twelve
[From the Richmond Whig, 24th.]
THE HAMPTON LEGION.
Members of this body who arrived here on
Monday wounded, from the battle field, report
some thrilling incidents of the conuiot, among
wnicn are tbe jollowing:
Col. Hamnton. noon ihaving his horse sbot
from under blm, seized a rifle, and said, "Watch
me, boys: do as I do." He then shot down suc
cessively several Federal officers who were
leading their forcea against him, Gen. Beau,
regard then came up and said, "Take that bat
tery." Just at that moment the flag of the le
gion was shot down. Beauregard said, "Hand
to met let me bear the Palmetto flag." He
did bear it in the fury of the fight. Colonel
Johnston, of the legion, was slain in the
Tho Hamoton Legion promised to defend the
flag presented to them by tbe ladies of tbe Pal
metto Htate while one of them remained to
step the field of conflict. That this promise
will be saoredly redeemed, no one will doubt,
when be comes to learn that or tbe eight hund
red who went into the field on Sunday, one
hundred and lin tealcd their fidelity teith their
blood, that being the numbir of thnr killed and
uounatd, according to tbe unofficial accounts.
Louiiiano't Sacrifice upon the Altar of Liberty-Major
Wheat' Battalion Only 100 out of 100
Richmond, July 24. An intelligent and reli
able gentleman from South Carolina, who had a
prominent position on the battle field, says that
South Carolina bad seven regiments, including
Hampton's Legion, in the battle.
These regiments were under a cannonade
from sunrise to sunset, but being entrenched,
suffered but little.
Just before sundown, when the right wing
of the enemy gave way, they were ordered to
charge a battery on tbeir front, which they
executed in a gallant style, under tbe com
mand of General Bonham, tbe enemy prompt
ly retiring. These regiments suffered only
Lieut. Dickinson, the Adjutant of the inde
pendent battalion from Louisiana, commanded
by Major Robert Wheat, is wounded by a Minie
ball in bis thigb, and is here well attended.
tie says that out of tbe 4UU of Wheat's com
mand engaged, less than 100 escaped being
either killed or wounded.
SEVENTH VIRGINIA, REGIMENT.
MANASSAS, July 27.
Lieut. T. Walton was slightly wounded.
ngnung gallantly, rocket aud six of Captain
Forearre's men were killed my son among the
number. James Walton was unhurt. We
lost 22 killed and 118 wounded.' The Seventh
Regiment covered itself with glory. I am
L. J. GARTRELL.
KILLED AND WOUNDED AT THE BATTLE OF STONE
The following is a partial list of killed and
wounded, obtained from officers and privates at
Manassas, by our correspondent there :
SECOND VIRGINIA REGIMENT.
Col. Nelson, mortally wounded. . .
Botts Greys Private Manning, mortally
wounded ; private Timberlake, mortally wound
; private Eiecler, mortally wounded ; private
FOURTH VIRGINIA REGIMENT.
Rockbridge Greys Private Goolsby, mortal
wounded ; private Cox, mortally wounded :
private Marstella. slightly wounded.
Montgomery r enemies Lieut. LaDgborn,
FOURTH ALABAMA REGIMENT.
Lieut. John Simpson, company H, probably
Privates, Jas. Jackson, of Florence, wounded:
Tom Kirkman, of Florenoe, wounded; Col.
Jones, severely wounded; Major Scott, wound
ed; Cbas, Weem, wounded.
SECOND VIRGINIA REGIMENT.
Clarke, slightly wounded; Capt. Chambers,
Privates, Scott Disbam, comoany C. killed:
Palmgrate, company C, killed; Samuel Ritter,
company C, wounded; C. Whiting, company
wounded ; Mead, Clarke county, company
WASHINGTON ARTILLERY, OF NW ORLEANS.
Sergeant Joshua Reynolds, killed struck In
forehead by a shell while giving word of
Privates, John Payne, wounded: Crutcher.
HAMPTON LEGION, OF S. C.
Col. Hampton, wounded; Lieut. -Col. Johnson.
killed; Lieut. Eagan, of Davis' Guards, killed.
Privates, Courie, Washington Light Infantry,
Charleston, wounded; Bouknlgbt, Watson
Guards, slightly wonnded; Brown, Washington
Gurds, slightly wounded.
COL. SLOAN'S FOURTH S. C. REGIMENT.
Corporal W. A. Young, of Capt. Hollins-
worth's company, killed, and Capt. Poole, mor
SECOND VIRGINIA REGIMENT—COL. ALLEN'S
E. O. Burgess, company F, killed; Isaao
Glaize, company F, killed; Wm. Young,
company F, killed; Lloyd Powell, company F,
killed; Capt. Clark, company F, wounded; Wm.
Glen, wounded; Strotber Barton, wounded;
Uiohard Meade, wounded; Wm.Hobson, wound
Chas. Mitchell, mortally wounded;
THIRTIETH VIRGINIA REGIMENT.
Capt. Winston Bradford, from Bedford, of
Radford's Rangers, killed: Edlov Irvin. same
oompany, killed; private Fuqua Clay, dragoons,
company A, Radford'a Rangers, killed; Corporal
xurpin, wounded, same company.
COL. CASH'S EIGHTH SOUTH CAROLINA REGIMENT.
Lieut. Cook, oompany H, wounded; Capt.
Harrington, company G, . wounded; privates
Cook, oompany G, wounded; Long ,company G,
wounded; White, oompany C, killed; Ellaby,
company C, wounded; Dixon, company F, kill
Capt. Harrington, of company G, (Colonel
Cash's South Carolina regiment), eaptured Hon.
Mr. Ely, or Erly, a member or tbe U. S. Con
gress from Rochester dlstriot, N. Y., an ama
29TH VIRGINIA REGIMENT, COL. R. T. PRESTON.
Company B Capt. R. C. Runnels and pri
vate Z. F. Nutter, slightly wounded.
Captain Kent's Company f Irst Lieutenant
R. W, Saunders, wounded; Ed. Laogborne,
General Klrbv Smith, of Regular Armv.
waa only wounded and not killed, as first re
Colonel K. T. Preston took Colonel Wlloox,
of the Michigan Regiment, one captain and
wree privates prisoners, with bis own bands.
GEN. JOHNSTON'S STAFF.
Colonel Thomas, killed: Colonel Mason.
wounded. , .... H , . -.n--
GEN. BEE'S STAFF.
Col. C. H. Stevens wounded. .
SIXTH NORTH CAROLINA REGIMENT.
, An estimate of the killed and wounded, by
tbe Uhiei military surgeon at Ueneral Ueaure
card's Headauarters on the Dart of our armv.
placet the amount at 300 to 400 killed and 1,000
On the pari of the ensmy, from 6.000 to 7.000
TELEGRAPHIC United Stats Troops Fired on--Buildings.
Burned in Retaliation.
Independence, July 29. The steamer White
Cloud, conveying a party of United States
troops to some point np the river, was fired In
to at Blue Mills Landinir on Moudav. and soma
of the troops were killed and wounded.
It la reported that the troopa had destroyed
all the ferry boats on the way up the rivjr,
and committed some depredations in tbe towns,
wnich so inoensed tbe people that they congre
gated in one or two places and ftneed np the
road. The oitizens of tbia and Clay countiea
knew nothing of tbe attack until they heard tbe
cannonading and aaw tbe lights ot burning
buildings, which were fired by the troops after
tbe at(ack on the boat.
From New Mexico.
Independence, Mo , July 28. The Santa Fe
all and Carson Valley Express arrlvsd here
this A. M. at 3 o'clock, three days ahead of
time, with dates from the former place to the
15th, and from tbe latter to the 19th.
Business matters in New Mexico have no
change for the better, although tbe aeasonable
rains whioh have fallen during tbe past three
weeks give promise of an abundant barveaC, and
possibly a revival of trade.
Hon. Tbos. Cabaza deBaco bas declined be
ing a candidate as delegate to Congress, thus
leaving the field to Judge Watt, who will doubt
less be returned. Judge Watt has already gone
to Washington, desiring to be recognized aB
agent for Mew Mexico in tbe extra session now
July 23. Capt. Allen of Mass..
ana two otnerreaerai soldiers have just arrived
from Centerville. One waa a member of the
71st New York, and the other, Orland Waidrof.
of the Wisconsin 21 Regiment. Tbey were
prisoners at Budley Church, but escaped. Capt.
Allen says tho rebela admitted the loss of 1,600
killed in tbe battle or Sunday. The rebela
have 600 of our men prisoners, but they are well
The rebels refuse to bury the bodies of the
Zsuaves, and any one with red shirts orpantsof
Col. Wood, of tbe Brooklyn Regiment, pris
oner at Richmond, is badly wounded In the leg.
It is thought he would recover. CoU Slocnm
bad died afterwards.
Tbe captured United States Surgeons are
employed in attending wounded soldiers.
Tbe enemy claim to have forty-two Federal
officers and twelve medical men among the
The bill providing for direct taxation and a
system of internal duties will undoubtedly be
amended in Congress.
No heavy land tax will pass on account of the
opposition of western members. Ample provis
ion will be made for the puuetual payment of
interest on tbe national loan.
Col. Farnham, of the New York Zouaves, Is
doing well this morcing, and bis recovery is
Persons who have arrived here from tbe lines
of the rebel army, report that Gen. Beauregard
intends to make a movement upon Washington
by way of Leesbnrg. There is no alarm here
consequence of the report. '
The most trustworthy account which havn
been reoeived here from Manaesaa junction,
place tbe whole rebel force which waa concn
trated at (hat point on Sunday at from 50,000 to
60,000 men 20,000 of whom took part in tbe
Washington, July 20 The Postofflce Depart
ment has issued the following;
Postmasters will take notice that all prepaid
letters to soldiers in any regiment iu servico,
and directed to them at points where they have
been stationed, may be forwarded whenever
practicable to any other point to which they
may have been ordered without further char?
thereon for fo'rwarding.
J. A. KASSON.
1st Assist. P. M. General.
A squad of Capt. Chamberlain's company of
cavalry captured two rebela last evening. Out
tbia sprung a report that Lieut. Tompkins
captured 29 lost night.
ibe Illinois delegation have recommended
the following gentlemen for Brigadiers-General:
Messrs. mcLiernana ana Kicbardson, of the
House; Gen. J. S. Prentiss, whose anDointment
has been determined upon: Colonels W. II.
Wallace, John Palmer, Kason and Capt. Grant.
is believed the names of Grant and McCler
nand will be sent in at an early day.
Tbe Sanitary Commissioners oassed a series
resolutions to day to the effect that the first
sanitary law in camp is military discipline, and
the first element ot military discipline is good
It is believed the direct tax bill which nassed
the House to-day, will fail in tbe Senate. That
body is not likely to go farther than an income
tax. Tbe Senate waa obliged to adjourn In
consequence of the absence ot Republican Sen
It is generally conceded that the two Houses
cannot be kept together after this week. Pub
lio business is nearly all finished.
The statement that Gen. Banks bas been re
inforced by double the number of three months'
men who bave left bim ia without foundation.
According to the officer who left bim yesterday,
the whole force Is only from 10,000 to 12,000.
It is understood that Gen. McClellan Is to be
entrusted with almoet plenary powers, substan
tially those of Commander-in-Chief within bis
Tbe Assistant Secretary of State has gone to
New York, as a special messenger from the
President and Gov. Seward, to invite the Prince
Napoleon and ,tbe Princess Clotilda to pay a
to Washington, and while tbero to make
White House their home.
not proper to mention, ia that the rebela are not
contemplating an advance on Washington, but
are moving towards Harper's ferry.
It is believed in military circles that both
Gen. Wool and Gen. Harney will be promptly
placed in command of columna in the Grand
Army being now so rapidly assembled here.
It is stated that cartridges, found on the bat
field at Bull's Run, bad marbles in Instead
balls, and that some of the shells were filled
The following officers have been designated
a portion of tbe staff of Maj. Gen. McClel
lan: Major S. Williams, Assistant Adjutant
General; Capt. S. Van Vllet, Assistant Quar
termaster General; Capt. H. F. Clark, Assist
ant Commissary General; Maj. W. F. Birr,
Chief of Artillery.
Nothing has been received from the War
Department to justify tbe report that General
Banks has evacuated Harper's Ferry. He haa
auch order, but, on the oontrary, ia instructed
hold tbe position, which Is a strong one.
Gen. Johnston, with his army, when last
beard from, was on his way to Winchester;
whether he Intends to move his column towards
Harper's Ferry and give battle, Is not known.
Suoh was the impression, under the belief that
oar forcea there had been much weakened by
the withdrawal of the three months' men.
Government is prepared for this.
The Fire Zouaves have, since the retreat,
been in a state of almost insubordination, which
reached its climax in open revolt on Saturday
evening last. Acting Brigadier McCucn or
dered out one of his regiments, and by bold and
energetlo notion succeeded In suppressing the
Insurrection and disarming the whole regiment.
Nine of the Ellsworth fire Zouaves attempt
to desert to day, but wore caught in the act
and lodged in (all.
Caot. Waller, of Mlddletown, Conn., one of
the aids of Gen. Tyler and Llent. Gorton, of
Company B, Second V. 8.. Cavalry, aid to Col.
Reyes, are missing.
Further by the Africa.
New Yori . July 29. The Globe newspaper,
whiph haa heretofore strongly sympathized with
North, in an article to day on Amerioan
affairs, saya tbe sympathies of the British peo-
51e, which were at first unmistakably with the
forth, are fast becoming alienated by tbe un
called for assaults and misrepresentations of the
Amerioan press. . ' V.' '" "'
- The Leader newspaper, government organ,
advocatea the government sending an additional
number of troopa to Canada before winter. -. y
Washington, July 30. A special diepatoh
says, Captain Tompkins, of the United States
cavalry, captured 29 rebela back of Fort Cor
Additional by the Africa.
else Lincoln's message. The London Times
says It altogether confirms tbe impression) pro
duced by the .first message, and fears that
bas outweighed all chances of Internioine war,
and foresees as a bystander, that the recogni
tion of Southern independence ia the iasue
whiohj aftee infinite loss and humiliation,
contest must result. '
The London Pilot says at this date it la idle
to argue on the question of legal rights. It
for the Government to put down resistance
soon as possible. It predicts an obstinate strug
gle, and while professing personal smypathy for
the opponents of slavery, rejoices at England's
strict neutrality. -
Cotton market closed nrm at tne following
authorized quotations: Fair Orleans 8, mid
dling i; tairlMobilea B, middling 8;
npianas a-B, middling a. ine biock iu pari
estimated at 105,300 bales, of which 98,000 are
Tbe Daily News eulogises the message and
saya it sets at rest tbe question ot compromise
and tho Government is now in a position to se
cure by Its energetia action the sympathy of for
BALTiMOrx. July 30 It proves to be nntrue
that tbe Confederatea gave the Federal troopa
at Newport Newa notice to avacnate. Tbe
Loniederate flag of trace waa sent in for another
On the arrival of tbe steamer Baltimore,
with Col. Duryea's Regiment, on Saturday
several contraband negroes, who had smuggled
tbemsolves aboard, were pointed out to the po
lice by the Colonel, and immediately arrested
and placed in custody.
Washington, July 30. A special disparcbto
the Worta says the Confederate forces are mov
ing northeast and southeast from Manassas.
They intend three simultaneous attacks oa tbe
approaches to Washington. Tbe centre will
make a feigned attack on Arlington or Alexan
dria. There are pickets ont five miles apart on
the Potomac and the Chesapeake from Harper's
rerry to fortress Monroe.
Washington, July 30, Tbe Douglas Demo
crats bave repeatedly mentioned that though
their party haa largely contributed volunteers
for the war, they have been neglected in the
appointed Generals. The complaint is likely
to be soon obviated In part by the selection of
Col. McClernand, of Illinois, a member of the
House of Representatives, as Brigadier Gen
Several days ago the Houso adopted a resolu
tion asking for the grounds and reasons why the
Police Commissioners of the city of Baltimore
were arrested and imprisoned. Tbe President
declines to furnish the information asked for,
deeming that to do so would be incompatible
with tbe public interest.
Cols. Farnham and Slocum Improving
Threatened Attack on Hampton
by the Rebels.
Washington, July 30. Cols. Farnham and
Slocum are both improving. . -
The regiment of teachers and students, ten
deredby President Harvey of Illinois University,
has been accepted.
John Underwood, of Virginia, has been con
firmed as 5ih Auditor of the Treasury.
The Baltimore Clipper says nearly four
hundred negroes appeared at Fortress Monroe
on f riday night last, and claimed protection
It is said that Hampton was to be attacked
by the rebels, and they bad been advised to flee
to the fortress. Geu. Butler ordered tbem to
Bird's Point Threatened.
[Special to the Tribune.]
Chioaoo, July 30 The rumors of the ap
proach of rebels and the intended assault are
keeping the town and camp iu a foement of ex.
citemout, Dtit it has never been traced to a
reliable source. Onr scouts report large mount
ed bodies of rebela daily comiue ud through
Sykesville Terminus, Cairo & Fulton railroad,
and concentrating in tbe vicinity of Welkin's
Camp, forty miles from here. This threatens
our position at Bird's Point. Onr encampment
there is doubly vigilant, and In numbers and
war munitions they are prepared for war.
[Special to the Post.]
Rebels Sounding the Potomac—Movement
of Rebels in Virginia.
Washington, July 30. A party of rebels
were observed last night engaged in sounding
the depth of the Potomac at Coons' Ford, above
Beauregard has sent parties of troops into
London county, Vs., to procure provisions and
Gen. McClellan bas issued an order rorbid
ding the departing soldiers from taking their
arms with them.
Two companiea went out yesterday oa the
Fairfax road, a diatanceof ten milea from Alex
andria, but aaw no traces of the enemy.
A alave. who haa iuet arrived here from the
Springfield Station, Va., asserts that tbere are
no rebels at that point, but that a considerable
number of the enemy are posted at Buck's Sta
tion, five milea above.
Gen. Robert Anderson visited tbe Secretary
of War to-day.
of Rebels in Virginia. Thirty-Seventh Congress-Extra Session.
WASHINGTON, July 27.
spoke at length
on the resolution approving the acta of the President,
and his eloquent remarks frequently elioited applause
from the floor and galleries, lie referred to, and re
buked Breckinridge's speech on the same subject previ
ously reported, and closed with an appeal to the Govern
ment to. save them from the ruin of the moat corrupt and
direful conspiracy ever seen in the world.
The resolution was postponed till Monday.
Mr, Collamer of Vermont, introduced a bill in addition
the act relative to dutiea on imports, which passed.
After an executive eessloa the Senate adjourned.
The tariff bill was then taken op, the question being
an amendment providing for a tax of five per cent, on
an income of over one thousand dollars, except the in
oome be derived from good securities, which are to be
taxed two and a half per cent., which waa agreed to.
Mr. Saulsbury moved to strike out the tax of to. on
The bill was further discussed, and the amendment of
the committee nnally adopted.
A message was read from the House, that It had patt
ed the bill for the purchase of arms, hj eommon con
sent the bill was taken up and passed.
The consideration of the Tariff kill was resumed, but
forwent of a quorum the Senate adjourned.
Washimotom, July SO. Mr. Vessenden, from the
Committee on Finances, reported back the act supple
mentary of the act authorising a loan, with an amend
ment. The amendment authorices the issue of five dol
lar Treasury notes. The amendment was agreed to, and
the bill passed.
Mr. Bale reported from the Oommittee on Conference
on the bill to appoint an Assistant Secretary of the Na
vy. The report was agreed to, and the bill passed.
Also, the report of the Oommittee of Conference on
the bill inoreaslng the Medioal Corps of the Navy. Be
port agreed to. The bill stands passed.
Hotiia. The 'resolution approving the acts of the
President was postponed till Monday. '
After various amendments bad been debated, the enact
ing clause, on motion of Mr. Mallory, of Kentucky, was
stricken out yeas 58, nays 55. The committee then
rose, when this fact waa reported to the House.
Mr. MoOlernand, ot Illinois, moved that the bill he re
committed to the oommittee on Ways and Means, with
Instructions to reduce one nair tne amount of direct tax
es apportioned to the Slates In the first section of tbe bill.
and to make up the amount desired by extending the list
Ol uxauie personal property.
Mr. Morrill of Vermont, snggeated a modification,
which Mr. McClernand accepted, that the oommittee on
Ways and Means be Instructed to report forthwith a bill
on nuts of 130,000,000 by direct taxation, and that
such other sums as may be necessary to be raised on the
personal income or wealth or the oountry.
The question was taken on Mr. MoOlernaad'S motion.
as modtned ny air. storrlll, and determined in the antral
ative yeas 78, nays 33.
- The House then adjourned. . , ,
New York Market.
NEW YORK , July 30.
at opening wis a abed firmer
with rair demand, in pan ror export, but afterward beaamo
dull, and closed with no buyers at the outside quotations.
Bales of 10.000 barrels at tt Um 10 far superfine
state; x:xs iu ror extra state) J autiM iu ror super
fine western; at 25Sli0 for eoeamon to medium extra
weatern; It 9095 00 for shipping brands extra round
hoop Ohio; 15 106 10 for trade bran da do. She mar
ket fur Canadian flour Is s little more steady. Bates of
750 barrels at 3 1)54 for superfine, and 1B57fbr
common to choice extra. -KT1
FLODB Is In moderate request, with sales at
4lK3eO. - - .....
OOKN MIAIy-Bteady at 15 for choice weatern
and S3 10 for Brandywlne. '
WUIBKY Market qutetand stsjady. tales of 300 1
relsat 17o. ; . . ... .
WHEAT Has again ad ranted le per bushel, and the
market closed with a dull feeling. Mies of Meuwaak
els Ohtoiro spring at KxtmSsi 500 bushels relented-do.
at TOo. 13.5110 bushels Xaotne coring at (WOlUVoi 58.000
bushels Milwaukee club at 96o&100; VS.500 bushels
rejected ao. at 8uo) 35,000 bushels Amber Iowa at 1 Ol
0B1O3: 4.600 bushels new red Dslaw rest SIM: l.SOO
bushels new whits Maryland at SI 88; 31,100 buihels
winter red western at aiUtfl U.
RYa Without Important chant ia notlet. Bales
1,900 htuhelaweAUrn at 47 o. , ii . ,.
. BAKLBV Dull and nominal.
OOKN Is lo par buahet lower, with a good axport do
naad at th declined tiada. ' Sales 16,500 buabels at U
sac ror mixed weatern; iuavo lot lair to good do
(dUOc for anaousd. i- ; .
OATS In moderate requeit at B7(831o for Jeraey;
oasse rot Canada, ana swsm x ror state and western,
PORK Quiet and price, without material change
Sales of 850 barrels at 15 35 for hum, and UklU
for prime. - - v
BKEV The market is mora tot J re aied rales Very Brm
In part for Eovemmeot, at 44 50 for country prime
5ia5 50 country mea; tft$10 50 for repacked meat:
11 50il 50 for extra men. Prime men beef dull and
DEBf HAMB Quiet and unchanged. " ' m
CUT MEATS Bule dull at 4,3i5o for shoulders
and 56o for hams. " "'
BAOOn Unlet and nominal. -,
CLEVELAND, July 29. 1861.
FXOUK Market Inactive and ancbanEed.
WUKAT Quiet. 8a ei of 1.800 buihels red afloat
and one car red on track at 9Uc; and onu car new white
CORN Quiet and unchanged. ' -
OATS Quiet at 2So.
HIOBWINKS-Flrmat 15c. No sales reported.
BUTTEH Bales of 107 keia eommon to eood
EQaS-Qulet. Bales at 8c.
; : . , : Liadtr,
CINCINNATI, July 30.
In a reneral way there waa but little buiineaa dona to
day, orocers continue to acquire confidence in tbe lead'
tog ataplea. and put belter niturea upon them.
MOLABHKS May now be quoted at 32(333c, aa tbe
prevailing figure. Balei of 300 barrels were recorded at
f LOU& There waa aome demand to-day for baker
brandi. but it was mainly of a local character, and did
not relieve tba market of its heavy expression. Su
perfine had bat few buyers at better than S3 50(3
WHEAT Ban through quite a wide range in quota-
tloni to-day. we still quote new red at Uo. old at SUo.
new white at 755e, and ojd at SOxS'JOc.
COKN is held higher, and cannot easily be bad at leu
OATS Are leia firm, and will not command over 33e.
BARLEY Waa sold to-day at too.
KYK Is quoted at tl(S43o. but la In only moderate
WHISKY-Sold freely at 13tfc. .
Aa experienced Nurse and female Physician, presents
to tne attention 01 mowers, aer
SOO T HING SYRUP,
FOP. CHILDREN TEETHING.
which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by soft
ening the gums, reducing all inflammation wll 1 allay
ALL FAIN and spasmodic action, and is
STJKE TO KF.GTJI.iATE THE BOWELS.
Depend npon It. mothers. It will give rest to vonrsei
BELIEF AHD HEALTH TO Y0TB THTA.KI8.
We have put no and sold this article ror over m
and CAN BAY, IN CONFIDENCE AND TRUTH, of it.
" AASBwssi uotvi men sjuio w ibj ui loy uurer meat
Cine NEVER HAS IT FAILED, IN A 8INOLB IN8T.
anus, tu xirrauT A CUBK, when timely used. Nev
er did we know an instance of dissatisfaction be anv Ana
who used it. On the oontrary, all are delighted with its
operations, and speak in terms of commendation of its
magical effects and medical virtues. We speak In this
matter "WHAT WE DO KNOW;" after ten years' expe
rience. AND PLEDOB OUB REPUTATION JOB THE
tCLILLMENT Of WHAT WB HERB DECLARE. In
almost every instance where the infant Is suffering from
pain and exhaustion, relief will be found in fifteen or
twenty minutes alter tneSyrup la administered.
This valuable preparation la the prescription of one of
the most EXPERIENCED and SKILLFUL NUR8I8 in
New England, and has been used with NEVXK f AIL
LNQ BUCCE8B In
T1IOUSAJVD8 OF CASES.
It not only relieves the child from pain, out Invlgor
atea the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and gives
tone and energy to the whole system. It will almost lni
GB1P:IQ Iff THE BOWELS, AffO WIND COLIC
and overcome convulsions, whioh. If not speedily remt'
riled, Dd in death. We believe it the BUST and BUR.
K8T REMEDY IN THE WORLD, In all cases of DYB
KNTERY and DIABRHtEA IN CHILDREN, whethet
it arises from teething, or from any other cause. We
would say to every mother who haa a child snflerinr fm
anyof the foregoing complaints DO NOT LET YOIIB
PREJUDICES NOR THB PREJUDICES Of OTHERS,
stand between yon and your Buffering child, and the re
lief that will be BURB yea, ABSOLUTELY 8URB to
follow the use of this medicine, If timely used, full di
rections for using will accompany each bottle. None
genuine unless the fac-simile of OUR1I8 At PERKINS,
New York, Is on the outside wrapper.
Bold by all Druggists throughout the world.
Principal Office, 13 Cedar street N.W
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
PROF. L. MILLER'S
An Effective, Safe and Economical
.' FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR
To Its original color without dyeing, and preventing
Hair trout turning gray.
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
And curing It, when there la the least parttole of vltall
or recuperative energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUK
And all cutaneous affections of the Scalp.
: FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparting to It an uneqaled gloss and brilliancy, making
it soft and silky In its texture, and causing it to cum
The great celebrity and Increasing demand for this on
equaled preparation, convinces the proprietor that one
trial is only necessary to satisfy a discerning public of its
superiorqualities over any other preparation In use. It
oieanses the head and scalp from dandruff and other
cutaneous diseases, causing tne nair to grow luxuriantly
giving it a rich, soft, glossy and flexible appearance, and
also, where the hair is loosening and thinning, it will give
strength and vigor to the roots and restore the growth to
hose parts which have become bald, causing It to yield a
resh oovering of hair.
There are hundreds of ladies and gentlemen In New
York who have had their hair restored by the use of this
Invigorator, when all other preparations have tailed. L.
M. has in his possession letters Innumerable testifying
to the above facta, from persons of the highest redsecta
bility. It will effectually prevent the hair from turning
until the latest period of life; and incases wherejthe hair
has already changed Its color, the use of the Invigorator
will with certainty restore it to It to Its original hue, giv
ing tt a dark, glossy appearance. As a perfume for the
toilet and a liair Restorative it Is particularly recom
mended, ha vine1 an Mreeable fragrance; and the great fa
cilities it affords In dressing the hair, which, when moist
with the invigorator, can oe nressea in any required
form so as topreservt Its place, whetherplainorln curls;
henoe the great demand for It by the ladles as a standard
toilet article which none ought to be withoat,as the price
places it within the reach of all, being
Only Twenty-Five Centi
per bottle, lobe bad at all respectable Druggists and
j renauaers. - -
L. MILLIB. would call the attention of Parents and
fluardians to the use of his Invigorator, in 'eases where
the children's hair inclines to be weak. The use of it
lays the foundation foraffoodAMol of hair, as It re
moves any impurities that may have become connected
with tbe scalp, the removal of which Is necessary both
lor the health of the child, and the future Appearance of
Oatmow. None genuine without the fac simile lOTHB
MILLER being on the outer wrapper; alao, L. UIL
IiBH'S HAIR INVIGORATOR, N. Y., blown In the
Wholesale Depot, 58 Dey street, and sold by all the
principal Merchants and Druggists throughout the world
Moenu uiscouot w pumnaswra oj sue quantity.
I alao desire to present to the American Public my
SEW AHD IKPK0VED USIAJnAJEOtrS
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, after years of scientific experimenting, 1 have
broaght to perfection. It dyea Black or Brown instantly
withouttnjury to the Hair or Skin; warranted the best
artisle of the kind In existence.
, 1 PRICE, ONLY 60 CENTS.
Depot, 66 Dey St, New York.
oetS8:dwly. " ' ' ' '
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
.. I " Corner Sprlae; tc Waiter Sts., .") '. ,',
W. : B. POTTS & 4 CX,
tod Manunuitarers of Brass and Composition Castings,
. j finishes jiraaa won 01 an vesenpuons.
i STENCIL CUTTING, &C : ,
rrisNf oHirrtHDCN. -. . aaisar t. cbittihdks
. . i S. II. T. CHITTENDEN :
. ! " ATTOBNBTS At Mi '. y, ' .
in Office. 129 Broadway Mew ' York City.' a4
Pamoss BsiuiMa, Oolunbas, Ohio.
JU0areful attention paid to Collections.
"They go Right to the Spot,"
Iustant Relief ! ., , Step year Cw(h!
Parity- fomx Breath?
GOOD FOR CLERGYMEN,
GOOD FOR' LECTURERS, '
GOOD FOR PUBLIC SPEAKER3,
GOOD FOR SINGERS, "
j GOOD FOR CONSUMPTIVES.
j OINTLEMBS CARRY
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS.
' LADIES ARB DELIGHTED WITH
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS.
OHILDRItf CRY FOE ; ;
SPALDING'S. THROAT CONFECTIONS.
They relieve a Cough instantly.
Tbey clear tbe Throat.
Tbej give strength and volume to the voice.
They impart a delicious aroma to tbe breath.
Tbey are delightful to the taste.
They! are made of simple herbs and cannot
harm an one.
I advise every one Who has a Cough or a husky Voice .
or a Bad Breath, or any dlffloulty of the Throat, to get
package of my Throat Confections; they will relieve
you Instantly, and you will agree with me that "they
go right to the spot." You will Hod them very useful -and
pleasant while traveling or attending publio meet
ings for stilling your Cough or allaying your thirst. If
yon try one package, I am sate in saying that you will
ever afterwards consider them Indispensable.
You will find them at the Druggists and Dealers in
My signature Is en each package. All others arc
A package will be sent by mall, prepaid, on receipt of
Henry C. Spalding,
NO. 48 CEDAR 8TKBIT,
"W V (a.
By the use of these Pills the perlodlo attacks ot JV'rr-
soiM or Slat Btadaeht maybe prevented; and If taken
at the commencement of an attack Immediate relief from
pain and sickness will be obtained.
They seldom fail In removing the Jiauua and
acM to which females are so subject.
They act gently upon the bowels removing OotUt .
tot LUerary Mm, Btudmit, Delioate female
and all persons otudmtary habit, they are value
as a laaattv. Improving the apptiU, giving Ion
9tgr to the digestive organs, and restoring the natur
elasticity and strength of the whole system.
THB CBPHALIO PILLS sre the result or long Inves
Hgattoa and carefully conducted experiments, having
been In use many years, during which time tbey have
prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffer '
Ing from Headache, whether originating in the nersotit
system or from a deranged state of the itomaaA.
Tbey are entirely vegetable In their composition, an
may be taken at all times with perfect safety without
making any change of diet, and ti abtme of any
dUa&rttabl tatt rmdtre U easy to adminU'er Mem
The genuine have five signs tuies of Henry O Spalding
on each Box.
SoU by Druggists and all other Dealers In Medicines.
A Box will be sent by mall, prepaid, on receipt of the
Price, QS Ooxxts. ,r
All orders should be addressed to
j . HENUTC.SFAE.OtNO, -
, 48 Cedar Street, New Vork.
Irom the Bxamlner, Norfolk, Va.
Oephalle Pills accomplish the object for which thoy
were made, vis.: Cure of headache in all its forme.
From the Bxamlner, Norfolk, Va.
They havs been tested In more than a thousand cases
with entire suooeos.
from the Democrat, Bt. Cloud, Minn.
If you are, or have been, troubled with the headache
tend fur a box, (Cephalic Pills,) to that you may bave
them In ease ot an attack.
From the Advertiser, Provldenoe, B. I.
The Cephalic Pills are said to be a remarkably effective
remedy tor the headache, and one of the very beat for
that very frequent complain t.which has ever been die- '
covered. . j 1 . ,
from the Western R. B. Oaiette, Chicago, III.
We heartily endorse Mr. Spauldlng, and bis unrivaled
Cephalic Pills. ,
- Fro Kanawha Valley Star, Kanawha, Va. , ,',
We aie sure that persons suffering with the headache ,-.
who try them, will stick to them. - 1
' y .
From the Southern Path Finder, New Orleans, La. . . fi
Try them I yoa that are afflicted, and we are sure that
your testimony can be added to the already numerous
list that has reoeived benefits tbatne other medieins can ;
produoe. , , ,v
From tbe St. Loals Democrat. 1
The Immense demand for tho article vOephallo Fills
M rapidly increasing.
From the Sasetts, Davenport. Iowa.'
Hr. Spalding would sot eonneet his nasas with as ar
tiole he did not Avtoeo to possess real merit.
0A single bottle of BFALDINO'S PKBPARB0
utius wui save lew tuaeeiiseoat annually -
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I
. maay Of
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE t
1 I SAVB THB riBOBSt ' ' '
POONOMYt - DlBPATOHl
! Kj"A Snrca ra Tuts Bavbi Nura."Qt
-Aaaooldenta will happen, even la well regulated fan
Hies, It Is very desirable to havo aoaas cheap and 00a
vankrat way for repairing Faraltvo, Toys, Orookery ,
''" SPALDING'S PEEP ABED flLUB.' "
meek all each emergencies, and ne tie anno id eaa afford
to be without It. it is al ware read, and apis the stick s
ing point. . j. '
I- ' 'tSEFtn, M IVBEt HOCSB." '"
ft. . A Brash hoeompaalea each bottle,
cents, - Adareae, '
I HKNBT O.SPAtDINfl,
no. A Oeuar Street, How fdrl.' -.1
A certain unprincipled persons are attempting t
palm of ea the msu.
the msuspesUns nuulia. ImitatiAoa ot
rssriuu wuun, a wouiu eautloa all peri
amiss b-fore purchasing, and see that the full
1 wouiu eautloa all persons tea , 4
ILfBPALDlNtt s PRKrARDLCM,Jir
Is oa the outside wrapper; all others are swinuin
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