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THDRSDAYtMORNINO,
31
98. J8GI
COLUMBUS POST OFFICE.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. DEPARTURES.
II alii for New Vor(9'oit, wt,'AWr; Buffalo,
Pittsburgh, kteubenvUle wap
Iiiuk. OranrUle. V- Mhlnsloa Cite, aWlliBeer, Phila
delphia and New Orleans, olessJsaaads- ope-
sd) at 8 o'clock p. m) ,. n .. i- : .
A through mIl firfNew 11 ahd OhwHjiw alottl
... 1 1 .. I Uimil lira .anill BE a'aaBOa BB. " -
u.l.y iuuj ;
a.h.MO. R.ik. IV a MaUeloeet daily
mimllMllnrk a. aa. . -ill J bi"J aiav vlv I
6tral0btoJntiJlBUslstM ''" tflandayeaptsda
10 o'clock a, m. , - .f j ' i' '.' "
0 lnrU WayWc W eUlly BnAaye rwuaj '4J
''Sill for rfnle, tplWrfeU' VtoVQWfe; ttno.4.
Ml,
kuapolls, Xouuvllle,' Si. Louie, ma Detroit,
inaiauaponi,
eloese dally (Jlriudays exoepteaj at o o oiooc p. a.
A throa.u mall to .eni, -;., ana vwuuu
loan daily (Sundaya excepted) at it s tieea a. a.
Urban, Pique, Tiffin and Onloa Qlty mail float dally
(Bandar taoepied) at S o'clock p.'a.-' i.j "
Laucaeter. koaaa, teauonvHte) OlmtarUlfc ObiUlsotht
tnnnik. Waahtneton - aihan. M. ...... and
Ulli.Dorouh laaili -a-lpae dally tflwdaj i, eiapted)sAa
But Way Mali by Matlooaf Boad to ZtnesvUli oioaaa
. dslly(8undsyssxopted,aU0oloclt a. ',,;,,
Barrieburgb, AUIloleaeA.tlalli CeWSWepted) at 9
Mt. Tama Mailt by -wsy of WeiUrrllle and Bnnbujry.
aloaaadall (dandaia executed1) at 3 o'clock D. IB.. .
DabllnMaliiUoaaaitoUCiuiacvKclS.o'cJoe
Lenesslsr
ite-n r.ne
ARRIVALS.
Mailt from New Varta, ijoawn, VMUdelphla, Buffalo,
Albany. Pittsburgh, C It TP land, Dayton, Toledo, Xenla,
Detroit, Springfield, Cincinnati,1 Uhllllcotne, Bt. Stoats,
tad ail BoulUara cities," arrtte "between tba tosra of i
a eioca p n. auu i o vujua , . Tl .
ia.ii. rJ 'W;.,r(uWl:'Bi.ltte.,'TriMltlii
CaaaaTilla, Sewark,' BurabeiiTllle1, Mt. Tamo, and afaf
g. 0. R. R.-Wal)Hill,arTai ixoxrocaai
Way Mall niiu. Cii'clli"rt ;.1'rt" '
Lax-utar MailirrlrM at ofclock pi at. '
loMlock p.'
aal Way
Mail oyer Hauouaa aiaaa annraa at ai
o'elook a nairrn a;i.t n'.ni Ji' Toi 1:
'elook a navrra aL:iM.iir irnii .v-nr.trol t:t at l
Mb Tern tav Mail anri! awnuu a. m.;V ,
Mail (roiu'ltaal.i. amrea at w a ciuoa (D,,lt, )u
uroaoa narvaaiaamaaat woua p. a,,,, v(l
HriUbui(h Hail ariiTaa at ii o clock a. ia. , ,-1
Lanaaaier Wa Mall arritel at 13 o'clock m.
Ot&oa dallTeryouaa erery day (aawp--laaday) from
7 o'olock a. m. tuB oVIuck p. to. . Open on Bandaye
fraai in to 9uUaaltatv ttearDtBal.aiid (fata Ma 6
JOHN GRAHAM, P. M.
JOHN GRAHAM, P. M. Rail Road Time Table.
LlTTLa Mum i Oauiaaoa at Xaatla Ka laJ-.'. j,.
Leayaa. Airlyaa
OuelnnaU AonomaiodAtlOB-l M -A, 11,31 ( : f, jt,
apreaa ,,..11:40 A.M. ,. 11:U3 A. M,
Mail and AcoToiiaodatton.-. W ti m " " 0P. M,
Mlfhtllzprea. ia D.ttHN. lnllrt."Tlfl A.1; 11.
,c-,. io, ir, port. ;
OOLOHIOI fc OtXTILaJIB AtS4i.flT.IIIO !"'
Klfht pnM,,....,.,..3:40 A. M. 11:151. M.
SiVTorE Bipraii.t .'...111: W A. M M,
0. 0. It 0. Way JtaprtM... . ti HI' , . fi U.
Va. 1 Iidnh. '.v."a..-. 2;30 A
11:35 At U.
11:0 A: M.
Jjc: c ail ll i Ki J aaxii, 4ah ..
Pirrooaaas Oawaraoa tc OtaoBtnaTt B. k'fe . aati
Kail train . '. '.T: ', VI'. 3.3 A. M.' 115$ A.'M.
Bipraaa Train..'.;.-... .'.1;..1:96 A. M. IM5 F. M.
.14 .j.tfJw :iJoaKoiiaoiluAlaiitiii
OetcHaot fc"tilaoi-oui, V.J
(OoLoHini Piqoa It' Iitouaa U.K.) ' - ' '
No. 1 Ixpreaa ,: A.iM, . -8:00 P, K
Mo. I " ....mm..HW g. M. 7:80 P.M.
Accoounodatlon mtiioxn lo olh'ft W M.
J.niu 0W tainv Atact.
: i ' '
LOCAL MATTERS.
; pa 1 r i a I i' ' 1 ' flUi'lfT hi -x:uiu
The Adamitpresi jCbm'paty jplacea na dallj
i under oblignuoua ittot theyerj latedy papere
; from theeaeveia-alttea. aaiseuw tnrtm ii'oi .
oar
1UV ilUWiVW jauitw.; .V-"
Ibackl lor lit aaiiy lerorw in mm eutpaviwe
arr latert-Hsternpapere.' -
No Paper To-Morrow.
' ef the Freeident of the' OBiud.SlaUe.asa day
f FtlDg"aj)diPrajer,,ln rJrdet'to ejlwo tlfa; dlf
f ftreot peraoM itwikta'.jwiakil.
I of the Statemian, an opportunity to obierve the
j. wy in ecooroance Wjitif t,fjttuuiam.vi u
. President, fcn tat'of tho Ooyenior ol Ohio,
no saner will "be Uaued from . this office to
morrow (Friday JtaWblngf, tVIV
Clmino or tub Pdbuo Schools The Board
of Fdnoitioaoihii pity tare ordered that the
Pablie Schoots'b elbedr to-dy Tbor-dty),
nd Mcommend that teecbera and tcholard ob
aerre the day In fecordanoe with the Proclama
tion of the President 6f' -the United Statee and
the Governor of Ohio,' ' . ' i4
Thi PosTorrioi The JoriiaI ipeaka ol
ooaplaints", 1m regard, aaj It taya, ,'to the mi
fegtuationa.iaatuntea oy oar rosunasteri n
CaaBiM, in changing 'the hour'of delirery' fa
the morning from 7 to 7 o'clock ' We be
lieve inch baa bees thiVg'tUatl(in;fo'ya;
We hare beard of noeomplainU of 4heohar
acttr to wbJch the" ourfis! allude, thtraghtach
Biy nererthelese exist, ; It it, we beilere, the
general opinion, iU't bar Postmaster U ditpoaed
to aocommodt ;lte)aaarvpaf;difcem to
the utmost ,ext of alt power. Vlt it auggeatr
ad that oa,ietghMtb,Jelirof, 'tfii Ufa
other reason lor ltefling at theToetmaater
than merelfl beaerolent regard jfoha i pubHp
OCnTenienot. t,, it, .r -:Lnal-Kai
, CT A Toledo paper' says thai the renowned
BUloeophertJ..,?aiB,,.U.enlitted7o'
war. If thif la to, tne reoen . nan netter ioob
oat, for "1Havt mighty and will prerail
- niik t. :.Uf- mmA 111 nutl ''.
' tT Lieut. STJu,ho;tt fllj. 1 ronem
bared. waa wilftlT aqoad e faen yeeat, hetae -ta
ditfraet)'' ffnajttawnMutwVUalw
eda full (jompinjV
Nineteenth Rrgloawni, at AiiiantWi. iLlau'lanant
enATToa w ';.fc.oity:'JCa.alii'l Sriu,'
who wai alto attftf 'tfme'Wat wleeted Lleatet
amt. fy.ini.i i- e-.j, aaaliU aiU .l.nvf:i,
., si .illlli ai ii ' i iliimiaa oa
ITCaDtawWkWw. Witfi'i'flCiecftmp.
ay ot one btji'dfe aWI '''Mtaer,-aT)m' MeCor
nalavlUe and1','ama1tlaHi KMtWm'MSM
through Z$tm,MTAMWM.ft&&
ff r.afnn llannlWilll t- . ar.i lo .
: AajuviDCAMrlCBir-flft.TMeVJ.tapf
Jaaxa Baioos.'tjrti 124 men, from flamjaerfleld
eel Ht. rJpHrim,owe ooniy,aiJ.f. ictm...
. Capt. cwteiit9.;
ti, Gaemtey oourityv w o a .aitivryj a-.-u jiui
- a..ic iiwJiSi'!'aa"Cy.aiLa-J aairvl
a etwraayr vapa vctwai I'T1?.
niiaiil fMrAKi1b'earr: .rrcialoi
' . VouTrrruaa' reo CooirrT.TaV'jiji.
Veraea fannUtteopnOoC'.tt
hare se iWmtlcv-olmt4l tamp,
and the ctbpa'iw'eiiii
. twees aereaijhdndd
. Caox hare kdrolte'ia'eaiain!t '. W.llia
Hit." In iK&iim$Wi$&At:
Captain H. . BtfttntiBi 'tjmparrHwi brr
dred men; Caj)tini CafpsnWCowpaujPfre
kiadrwd) cbKlfliPl' B.,MiV,Co)?
nr. ana' bnndfediaptain- Ufau'it:CiaDaf.
s sixty from tw. ovWfTv,1kj
Xaoii Browotrme anu' irtiaeBniie jomfittrit,'
. thirty from4WC4kptalavMaew
fceadredj AIcXaCMpeU'Cjimpanv to, orm.
leg), tony fwri Jet CateUfi owuCpwsJ,
eveaty.
aaaitaaai tenta aaa awill aaal k,
a.()I..H,l .l-'l... " amii,
llnfttnmrrfllUi'
An beltihSi'tffOol.-'TCltfiWVfisierit
atarted let LoaiftvliatM TatMay night; laAruig
woe kondrtd and thirty membere cd thai regl
tAsstl al Camp Dennlton.
p-JCAXa
Ji,
i
at Ii CsaaLuu qooDAf ,cb w utu
v
(kaajupolDttd Gpll4 W tb. lliU Ittlintry, U.
4 aa . 4
vSTOrw tw hoiidr itotipl Wlr 8f
tUt GoTtromeal killhArb-eiitbUJ Id CIb-
n v
Comhow. TtMU.BCwrtatCIooIaDAU
tin i0Br,vMri-MLW,
si:fed by tat Collector, while In bualt.lnamJ
f aw Yot k to N-r.OrK&i 'iXbl irOT Pf
ti-a. 1.2 " : .
y vaj Burouaoea, si low price, lor ui sivj
tblw mill mi i AppaiteptaoeB, ooDilrned to fba
uD blAowi I tf-auid Wma :t tiA) ,an vwi u- t-V
. Ih.!. . . I j . ... - R.l,.i mt,n .
, Urted for WAib.ogton On jafpmj.,,
niif,. '
; RjttWIOOi lAtoM aaRrlgiOtd AcrrletW Will
bt held tp-kV X lie following tnt MWjMm
In the eltT?M'" "1"u "'rt,"51""' '
.Trinitv ClMareh et 11 i Ki Mj-&m.Mt.
i uwneetUonAi cnurcn, u int giusi nours.
ipfnlne end TniDg Ry. " P. OeoDWiw,
V!: I il.w ti( r i . I '-.-'iJ 4 'I
.WeeUniuter Churob, at 11 A. M. Rewiofv
u.earra, paitor. .t:,.u'...4i b .i
Fltat rraitytetltori CMtW, at thecal hoar.;
Aijniof and erenlng Rev. Dr. Hoot offloiat-
'"a1 ' H tfll.'oaiil i ll'.'rii ('-.irai' 11.
8eeond Presbj(erian Cbnrch, at 11 A. M
w ' 't' av f '.I'
at thel naDftl koafi".1-" "''" tvniit'c:" " ""
laUfTesterday jnwi.igVAIjo tWua Iwunof
itnlt with Intent to murder, i
Oil.'ii n ilf "Bll
rivf'" t'i I
CTi YMterdaTiCapt. MoY,'Blioliingburrf,1
. .. , .... .i.'-a . iur - a.. i"'ii4 -,
tajeue oouait. armea ai ump vfAe Wo i
mm tot Ihe TwenUeth Rfttaeo('.' The Cajtr
taln'e oompany ta now loll. .i u
D4 Datid Pawtr, yetterd'k, dellreTecl to the
prqjief ymoera, orer one annaretl fln eavairy
boraea which were immedlatel taken to Camp
Chare'.' I - . t if nf
-1 1
" KaimiDT'e MimoaL DucoTiaT." It Van
ow be laid with trath thattha peat remedy
baa been Annd fo the "healing of the ftetiena,:
rot durii-f-'the iweit e yeare thai Ihtaaaediolne
bubeen betotl tbepublltJiai cured enongB
pertona to peopl good elsed 8ute and a
htaUihy on koo, (or. hot a.' par(loal of humor
ponldjtjejfoond in all their Velnii There Tire
nany pertona who to ne their1 own words, are
We wfcli: '"and yet they' will not beliert that
It pay Be hnmof that ciaitB'thelr feellDgs, Bt; j
oaM they hare not to moch at s pimple on
thtIk' body, , AU thla niaybVuuot and, ye ht
wwretjf honors be eoneeale4wlft (thelf tilti-;
jVoile Medteaaln 4a MaMM thit TacooonV
howeref fofa bottle of the Dltcof ery1, we bad
atenre them, will male (t appear' :lf therein5
partiole of bamot aboni tbeer ij-
E. i r.VCOCLIQTER
' tmiel ak kUttvlf Vkuimx
TOBACCO, SNUFF& CIGARS
J;T';,,S.tJ..R,Cra'
,98-lfi'' rieva , ,.j i,i.. 7;
t .1 111 , . ,. , t. ! ,ia S
I' f tJonier SprlBg; "Wate ta.,
Wa'.'k potts-'at.-oo,-
1 tWBi rtL V II I, I'aa l Ja.
i lilanakctarera of Braae aoi Cfaaapoitk.. OAatinas,
, ... flniakcd Braas Work of all Descriptions.
,s 8TfiNClLCUTT1NCite.,lV
urn sji-du r
" jj' ' i'.' : 1 .'!'
v Baltimore Clothins flonsc.
TT.TIQQ etto ' X3HaXnX
l' WaaoraoTiraat x waousaia staums ra
READY-MAbECLOTHinG.
No. 08 W. BaltimoTttreo
SOti r,
- '-- I
artamn taa nowaaa.)
irl ft.
, , JBAJLTUIVltEt '
A. taiga- iMottawnt ot Fleet and TunUblot
Ki 3oods Oonttatntly on Eaad . ,jNjl.
pcfjadlj, i 3 ,b ; ..... J'-'.a .J.qihrou' ;.,!. i-
7l0i-Jl 1; t
AIITI-RHEUIJATIC'BAHP
IS T -feNL,,
iavl. ' a.-'"' a-,r "U'vt-- i
Khenmtisin, .i.Cout tuilSauralg-U,
j
MercniiaI.J3iiea308.
,Srj.v
MaaMtaapaBUt
arl
T il M a aaiiVialiwUr araaaiteit Bead, sinlslnlnt a mad
ietata tttapoand, to bawornaroandtha Waiat, without
uuarr aa.ine aaoot MtattWmrtons;inenaHin stavna
of HvteB b leealred aniLki est Italy temoyaa tha die
east fraat the ayatcra, wtthenl' prodacbif ht fninrlons
etaaaa aruriaa (rem the. eat of powerfnl Internal ae4l'
sinat, which weaken and deatroy, tbe aonoUtuttan, and.
itr kampaeary relief only. By ihw treatmant, tbaWid
fcrnal Maapartlas oontalnarl fa tha Bnww taaaa it esatalaut
With' the blood and reach tba dtataee, thronak aba pe rap
af-tbaakka, effeatlnf In awy Instance a berfaet ear,
ana reatorlof thfpaiU afflicu to a neaitny eonaiuon.
Thit Band la aba a aeoslpoworfal Aam-Maaooaui. aaient,
and WUl entirely relieve tbeayttsa frtea tbt taro4os
aCtoetotfMeveniwa Madorata caaaa are cured in a lew
&m, aad we are oooaUntljr raoairknt teetimaoia ofUt
amsaer In aanrravatad aaaea rt long ataadlng.
Paaoa Ca.UO, to ba had of Braniisu eneallyv eaa
aeaentbT aiali or aamraaa. with AxiL diaaatioaa for aaa.
ts aoy Mat at thja.oata.ery direct front the Prineipal
0J W j ttrt1" B(M yll" WUMlkKl
So. 409 8B0ADTAT. Hsw Ttrk
fit. ptgsrSAV aaawtvep ewaBjpayeajaBjjBn JT IWI
A.. 1. B8HPBI.I.BB A JOaBkctauTS. Aoarra. No.
CTB. pa8t.,rt,yrJtaaaAM9iuid,polumba,0.
ILrABte wtiaitwem swtrxjTW 1 i
' mhaB-lylsorlitp dAwi: nt aj m
'2taWeVt. ' r Btptrtw Oourt MISAkUa Ooaatw
4aattBreatntttLri mm nt aiw .i .
TtrMrnaaaot of aa order of ihe superior Oonrt of
A VmnkHn eonntv, Ohio, made at the Max thareof,
A. Bledl. la tba abovo aatttcl wsdeb thatw wiB k
awarwA for sstt, at patue taoiif vne eutm
tt the krar of Me'tttW BJf .fattb awew of ht 6ort
aeoace, rg tj tl eioyoi uoiaanaeiaa an jawai aaaina . MT-yi
af ewaaialAaaalii abea aea-ib aaeti tamer, itj wAo
taroeaae awAJialiaenw uhaak tadr.l nv ,Ali
I'vltaaaai a,eawk6.0. . Miul'PUU h
tTTT -T . r t rA boitortoniaJaSietW
'(,. WdlfJ-a' Am! lj "
' -rterter't Vrit w. VA V f saej tl
taeeytau ,
' - " .a m
a.
3all"
a4'-'aifc,.4,.l(rP'tt f--,4 ' tie
itt f-.Vl ' Ueef" akj&'et
wbila CVisadMsVpefvraui.1u. lor aaia kf
aavui aa wun,
' .leMtoABSiB
No Paper To-Morrow. TELEGRAPHIC
Condition of our Wounded at Springfield.
, m i. . . v: i auu. v i - i j-
: Koixa. Mo.'. Seot.l Tne corrnponaanto;
the Bt. Loula Domootat fttrniahtt tht ftillbwipg
Uamt: Ji 14 T ' 1 'A
VLatt aighrMr.-0ilIad, af BptlngfltldVar.'
need, nanng leu mere an tnuay hh, jio
the man wb took Ueneral Fremonrt modlfl
cation of hit
iproeismation through to Colonel
ILlrtT. Wllllaaia, et the Id h' Lit,
Tato.
T. 44V riwai aavii v. wain, va aw M a...
noit RtgimetitaM hit, wty with seyan wagons
loeded with Pr. pawia and aboat Ifty wounded
men, whieh Co. Jaylot allowed to tome, and
wUJ.ttobably arrive to'morrow lght. Thit
leaves about ooe hundred and elatitv yet In
Burlneflald of oar woaoded.tif which one ban
dred.are able to come to' Rolls, If tbert had
tnlv been UanroorUtiOo.-' Madv ' of .the,1 rebel
efflnaifa aimnaa.alria' wkhASiA laaVinSTi' A
;PiBpltohMfwtie,eeaa. on Tbarsd4ytt at
ppriogaeia xor me reoen, inimaK" "a
eamitdereda srllhoat a gun .bttofcAiad, faking
twenty one pi sees of arti Uat7f tta taoa at nd sued
of, imt.ll rms' end. femr tteaaaao) prUooertj
BtoaeiilWalaoUken, An'tV Prioe marohing ea
Jefferson Cityi'-Thrtit ttt Way reorUta lor me
eeeeation army are got. , ,
MoCollooh end bit force of abdot foni then
eaad diaaffected Arktntat and! Ttxat troops Wat
xwBdebtry boiler ed te bare left ibeBlhte. going
?ontn. ., 0!B Q;; T2r.A2.3r.
The Killed at Lexington-Communication
With Gen. Prentiss Out Off.
Oifi-nr. n . RaTH.2t ThafclUarinB It the
flat of kiilad at Lfxinvton. aa far at heard from:
Frivatea Charles At. White, Banter u. nnnr
Hetory Q -Nettle; (J. WDavitj Wtni Ri Ma-.
n.i.a r d D-iua: m.' ir ilVaM. P- fLww
. T O f - 1 m
vwaiUf iv. ajiuiur. vii r a.vr.v,
vUltv John Hurley, tfcaidl Sbehey.i The all
belong to the 1st IUInoIrCaTalry.--yi;eir
horses, and all their trtn. were rettiuwd-' by
,i i Hill" aa-aaaaaaa-ga,
National Loan at Philadelphia.
Tiartanri awla5. Sent. 04 -Tht Ubsoriptioo to
the,N:taonal Lgan, to-day, amonnted to f se.uw.
all m ii i i i ii ' i . .j
The Republicans of New York.
Aititrr NTTTr8epr.-S4-Tbr Repnblioa
Stata Central Committee met here to-day.
The following 'reeolationt were nnanimontly
adopted :i ' i j-(U ii;. I J
Rttolvta. That, In toe opinion of tmt uom
mlttee. at least 500,000 men abould be enrolled
lor the war at the earliest poetibie day, and that
thit 8tate should furnish at least 100,000 of that
aemett.t ' J " "- ''
Retained., That the Exaontive Committee
be' Instructed to adopt the most vigerooe mete
or st, by publlo meetings, tnrongtvtne prest ana
otherwise, to aroase the people to the Import
ante of tapportlng the Government with rata
and money in the present emergency.
Rtiolvidt.Tbil we earnestly recommend to
the General Government the propriety of giv
ing to each volunteer hereafter enlisted either
twenty Collstt ol tne oonnty promista y sot
soldiers at the termination of the. war i bt one
month's pay In advance at the time of bit en
listment. 'r- " ' '
8r..Louit, 8ept. BThe ininnctlon supprest.
log the Evening Newt, hat been removed, and
Chat. G. Ramsey, proprietor, and D M. Grie
som were released; assurance, having been
given. that. they will not hereafter,; publish
atatemente aDout military m alter t as itots,
without first learning their truth, ahd that they
oil) nnt' aiiihliah anvtlilnv -inlnrlnOB to tba Intan
ettt of the Government.. The. News bat al
ways been a strons Union oaoer. .....
Multarv.menberada. not regard toe simpio
etptare of Lsxlpgtoa a: tnjariout, bat 4n A
UlUry, point or new; tney idibk h an aeran-
From Louisville.
Bent t3 -iLnmort of the
horning of the Nashville and Louisville Rail'
kV . a - . .1 .l . a-1 I
roaa,t onn, nny rour muet touta ot a ere,
and that no Confederate troopt are north of that
. . i . . '. I l.tt. .'.j ' '.lA'V.i.l.V.i
uupioaete are sllo pe.en.miics jontnoi
lliabetbtown. it-. VT ;., ,.Vi .....
Two officera and five privatee of Baekner't
command wen arretted near BlUthethtowni by
a Dart of General Ronstean'e command, and
brought here to-day. " They are enpposed to be
SDiea.. '
i uenerai Anaeraon lesnea a?vroaiamaiion,
. . . . . .,
savina- no Kentnoklan will be arretted woo re
maina at home attending to hit. business who
doee not take a pari, ny action or epeeon,
aaralnattht General or Btate Gorernmente, or
doee not bold correspondence with or give aid to
oar enemies..
I i.
1.1,1 41?
Tha Democrat publishes a letter from 8. B.
Buckner to' Janus Guthrie, proposing thst Gdtb
rit continues the management of tbe portion of
the L )ulsvUle -and XHathrlUw JUilioad, under
tbt Influence ef force- under Buckner'e com
toan4and If declined, Bncknet proposes trans:
ferrtng the rolling awek to each egentt as may
be appointed by the oountiee through which the
read passes. s. 1 .'-1
The report that sock IMC 1. ot ureen river
was destroyed Is untrue, and it le doubtful
whether No. 11s destroyed.' .
Gen Bocknat'e advict to tau eaeet tame too
late. - Tbe and es troy ed locks ar now guarded
by Union rMW-VJ' .'T-' "' ''' !
I many union men Of tnis city are mucn an
tdrbtd lor few that tha Conledtratta, ha ing
nearly eonenmed the eatable tf the Bute of
Virginia, Will take advantage, of ntdnterthpted
railroad oommaoiettloa trom,. Biobmoada Vk
tinla. to Molin Ken took r, tnd com and de
vour tbe eatabiee ol Kenrackr dortng the com-
""-t""'.;it o i.. i.v f , ,.8- li ..fl;
.. I l n ip.aOT,.. i
FbankpobT, Bept 84 Tbt Legislativr r-
ceedioge are nnlmportanl.' ' '"
Privateer Sumter at Trinidad-
An American War Ship in Pursuit.
Naw That, 8tpt. 35-The Bermuda Gat tut
of 8ept. 10th, eaya the mate aaa crew erf tbe
schooner victoria naa arrrrea at strmnaa wnn
Trinidad dates to July 31st. ' They stated that
tbe Brivateer Bamtet had arrived there and ob-
Itmed a tnppiy ot coat, aaa urwea tntt am ot
,-..,1 . t.ii) . .(. .m... ..J ! . i ujua-oe ion ta.il
u te aaia mat tnt uovernny oi ut uutna re
futed to receive the offiaet eent on. eboroirom
the Samten exeept te a private gentlemaa, and
the tame course ws pursued by the. officers Of
her Maieety't solo Cadmnt. whicn .vsteel ar-
rired-at Trinidad while tbe Samiaw wee there.
Th officer end met of the Sumter were fre
quently hit. shore, and Wmefout visits were
paid by gentlemen ot tnia port o opam to tne
etsaraer, and by -them the ocartttyanoj iraoc
arlt.4t.aaa nf hat nffinara la hlahlv anokan nr.
The steamer keystone arrived a lew, .tiaa
after tbe Sumter lfi.o4 aftor remaining aboat
half An hear, eteameA eot of tb harbor eta
anld rata, ta nroaaMnit bar tearob ' The hotM
it txpreesea py ine, rori ol opsin. ,situt inti
Capt. Scott would soon be able to report that he
hadlearried out' hit inttruotione tothtleUer.
at the presence of a teettt likw the Samter In
tbe neigbborhood, where the peopre are to de
pendent on tne (onnern ptaiea oj America or
tuDoiie ai tat dttcettaria ot tuoatt tnni
dad, ia anything bnt agreeable, q u. fjom .u-n n
'
Dispatches from Washington.
1
r WataiaoTOir; Bent. 24,-The Cabinet lb In
lam thin mornlnff. hnd' ft la trnderttoodlthat
Re ditaatar to lh Federal forces al Lexington
iheaabjeotof (lisouttiosr. -Th opponsowof
General rremont cnarge mas no coma nave
prevented the necessity ot mauigaa-t tanecv
a k. aniline ttmelvreinforcwmenta to Lextnt
-.. ' t. a. t.Y.
too. Recent aavicat rcwuiv uuut q. uio
M Fremont's friends, however, ttata that. he
had no troops to tpart, and that 41 -wa ta
tira.lv imoOSSlDie lor nint, etr-juKvuea muni-
-:.. .1.1. , . .... iv-
Th. liWaart ditontsiote of the
alfairt ' In ' Mfteoorl, prerail here tj-dty In all
quartern. ,, -,.,(, v. . ,;. . . 1 , . u.
- V4t iIIVjUj w-jii y - t r,- w awaei
interoeptea .lewtrt, wrinaii uj a awwewvmaa
member of tbt Lesltlamrt of Maryland, ebow
ttiat-tht traltot' member or that, body bad
formed an elaborate scheme for the passing of a
sac tto lot ordinance, and as attempt to Inaugurate-aa
armed rebellion 1a the Staid egalait th
power bf the Federal, Gre)rnmenti ,Th.e snaa,
mary measure ot repressing alone saved .the
Stat from the horrore ol civil war. -" lviuI-
, It Ja asrtalnfd: that ' General rtttSrBon'S
aampalirn In Vl- nta cost e Gatexprnecl fuj'
ly $lO,00O,0iiD.i".lbeltreuli waa tba cap
ture ot abmdtwwnty fngitire tlatte, attrly all
of &om were letumtd to tbtlr mtetenrv
Tha tallact drnteot Colonel lIulllMB' tl
't'Ji thtnia Ot d s.iiatlan' amcng th 4 Istltiirnlirba
A ' 1. .a .ai a..ll I...
a, BSUttewy SBVU. aa waw awv .U.M aaav laai
.lahs. whaa a telexram waa reotiytd from Ota.
FresBOBt, that tha ramort of taWtmmader wert
futlv. thduEh raluotar.llT. credited. The Utter,
wUe Informing the pepartmant that be waa en
tUeve of tuning with a heavy forte, expreae
es- the home that be wUl be able to dwlodgejhe
ttbelt from (the poamon they nowwicupyrtt
Lrxiogtqn.CJ . . L . r-
TbAd4ep.tintereiteontlnuee tcr.be evftj
Wfisremanlfeaudeoaeernlngat point.
- The War Dcpartmeol hat determined to aa
cme all the offlusa of all U iartormattere, Com
mlaenxlee and other offlotrt who fall to rttpead
ptomptiy by filing ttotr nonut auu ,prwa,.u
themselves for aoiive tervlcdl 'V ' ' !
- , Wasuaofdli. Sep- 25 The Jebelt are
throwing ni ea-thwofke for the purpoa of to
alfalnw Eriail'a H.ll. aaven miles from Aleiatv
drfa, oo the line of the Alexandria and Orange
railroad, and two ml lee tnu tint oiBpnuia
elation. Thtre le.liowever, no Targe loree
them I -- r:
"The tilbane'e- Waahtagtoat Oapitola eayi:
To mv DOtldre knowledge a meatagd Waa re-
ottved last Sunday' afternoon fftfay Mdy-ta
Washington, from the Colonor of the 9ih V ir-
.4 . . . ... Slfnnaitn'a Hill
aw ttegimcni, now a vr.nw
from, the nature of the,essgU wopld.ap .
near thai tha rahal Gsnerala still bold OOt tbt
prospect ef an attack) ov Waahtngtea to their
followers, probably fearing te aokoowledgdei
yett tha abandonment of that Intention. TDe
Virgml? Colonel., eent. dlstinol.srord. tht ,he
Would be in Waabingtotv Sunday text, and toe
elteumsttoces lorbid the postibUiiy of hit mak
ing any announcement witbenti being bimttlf
convinced ol ttt troth;; Tnii simply shot that
officers of oontiderabia rank in the rbel -ny
ardJttUlj made vlct(,i.ipf11pvJtDl' leaqrai
gtrdU dtoeptioaaiaiHiiiii tuwtaq unaraa rf uif
ThwHeraldV erjatewdertJW'eayeji a rwnltv
man, who; arl(iVedJ,hore ttrdaj'; tfomf TCahBaa,
statss the Ktbaii were-'preparing to jsiake ,Mt
dpon ithe eitir.tac ioban8mtnnra poction- ot
Kansas. Of -their tntenttet Hher erthei
they rwekit. be ' Avtngedfor fta; WenJ
which tbe Bocdec'Riluau rtoeiyed .during, tba
Kansas difUonlttew' Probe slept will be ttkea
by tbe Department of the West
Departure of Mulligan's Command
Departure of Mulligan's Command from Lexington.
(ftnliigab'a wmaacr, wnw-i eawea wit city iwi
night, wt obUtin tne lollong ftauuipna parno.
Tba men lata Ltxinxtofl aSatnrday afters
noon; nearly two bourt wert occupied in ferry.
low them over 'tbe riref," AT 3 'o'clock they
started ir.iIamlIon forty miles' dlatant,' oader
tbe guidance of taverti armed -teoeetioniatt-. ,
The advanced portion reacota nsmmon e ana
dnem. At 10 O'clock most of the 'ttrty took
the train for Qulnov.x'AlonB tbe'tQUlB t. Ham'
tltnn than were in eeneral Itlndlv tteaweds all
tbt menty they could raise was. employed to get
wagons to Parry wounata, inongn au inrjew se
verely wonnded remained at Laixington. Only
one commissioned oneer?,Lleak Uollenberg,
escaped' -'l" " ' ' THO itlix l iaai1 I -i
- AU accountl lereitnittne reoei ioss w mi
cd and dDgarouily.v wounded la' from nine to
awalv hundred.
- The Qulnoy Whig of last night statee, on lt
formation: Ifom an inteilfgeni memDir or AOh
Marshall's reclnifint. thaia.leidloi' rebel, sur
geon oonctded tbt ir lost to ba tltvtn ihundred
and thirty-nine. Oor lota It one handred and
thirty killed and wounded.', Borne fonf hobdred
bortet of Col. Marebail'a leglment were killed,
It being Impossible A4theliee.themafrom atb
enemy'e cannod.,
(ia la lo .ov4;a.ii.iTjo vrx
After tha inrrehder'feknv br'.lt'e'ml'h killed
their! boreet- ton prtientrMem laumg tnw.Mie.
enemy a bands i ,s .a rn-iq iu v aa mar
A large tbm ef 'mone,',Htimt at half;- H
muilon doiiart, naiUa P0e; was,. secures oy
the rebels alter aeioa barrkea biX-oWoei wui:
llgan. j
Gens. Sigel and Lane at Lexington.
1 CtiOaiOa Stpt, Jga.-r A7lpclal M,lhrTxibdoe
from Qiiuci renortabj teietraph tbaOenral
diget with a ItigC fore, aittvOeatraif Ltn
and Hamer, baa arnvea st Aifxingtonena at.
tacked Price. An effloea Id the employ of the
Government beard heavy BringivWhile passing
HamiltJn yesterday, and it wat-btlieyed that
Sisal had Price I'd thai eame DOtlttoo iMulliean
bad been placed ln. ;Io,regard. 19 .Gederal punr
tar tut cannot oe.uaa.aa ne.witi ai tvuuA..two
hundred and, Uty mue iroot. Aaexington,
flatnrdav." .tuiio3 aJ 01 aewa-iiiit -aeu
I
1
From Boston.
Bostow, BIpU 86, Tn. DewwtyU. la. Mar
shal teised several resselt Isjiog at- Backport,
Maine, tnd ssl4. to be owned wholly of, in part
br the rebals, .'vi-J i4 m ..
The new Irish Reeimtnl. the.23th, now rals-
hig her, le te bei otamanded by Col. Tbomat
E. Murdbey,4atf tbf Moetgomert Gaardaof
New York He htt adopted at bit fdMyiar try
"Faugh aaifailaoA" "Clear toe Road," They
go Iimo quartern at Camp Cauaeion at ,att. at
recrnitedr ,vu a. u 01 L-.mz.
Prince lp6!eonan4'sUi
jtwrenee joaveraay. ,T amf Ml m 1
From Fortress Monroe.
'f oartrss Monoid Sept. 24. A new arrival
from Hatters Inlet to-day brings the news that
all waa quiet there a and that an,, early effjrt
would be. madca to itioag.an reneta irom
Roanoke Island. t " i
- The eailloc . t rltS' .Bablna 'arrrvtcT td-da
from Portsnwulh, and will aaJt aesthward to
morrow. , v-t'1 .i u .; iia si .avi.t
General Wool will probably tend no contra
band slaves to Washington aa the entire force
era Is required for tbe ute.tiL.tne Viaarter-
matttr. r-iae.ad .sa AiAfitwAsa ml
Rott Wlnena tlmolr tar hie ptroie tf tenor 1
and did not. Jake tbe.patb, valgtanrt
s:-. 'ia
- I eii ip in e, .Hoi. i j . ,i invin
Sf Lotrrt, Sept. S5.--Bv"Wdr frcta hamd-
(raartert. Brie -Gen. Con it aaaamet edmmacd
at St. Lonie and 1lci4.tly.du1ijg.thf ftsenca of
tten. 1 remoni.
Alt drlnklna sajoons and other puces ol busl.
nets, txoaot drat aaare. will b ousted, to-mor
row, and to dayobMrred as one of fatting and
The National Fast Day in the New
England States.
1 Baatott; BepT.' 35. -JnSINaffonatTast D4y
will dp oAaetrtA .wirnwruw. ukriauukj itr
floglaoa Mtt BWWtaU twtemnity.enetif, aaaHau
- la Bjttoa basldws WiBBentlrtHtr9t)dl,
even tht.closlng bt tbajoffioes.bf the. Ferry and
Railroad Corporations. The .daily, newtpaptn
tutpend publlottion froaa 1 nrmoay momeg Mil
rridsy noon. yiyioe eertci jyne nei in
all the charchea.'..q V 'u xija'edi
Kuino Boa. IwD.SepA; 36ja-Br a oupatch
thla morning from FlotetKj;lBjrl wetearn that
a patty 01 about nity moanteorreoeia rone into
Warsaw, Ky.liasi tight, abtut tea Veleok, hnd
broke open a bnlldlbg In Wbioh tnert were tlor-
ed seme arms aaioBgingia tooaiAia, ana parri
ed them off. Six or teven Union-men ctme np
lust at thev were leevlnavaad were trd anom
union men retnrnea tne nre, lining one ot
tbt rebels and woonilng aereraL others, it is
supposed they have gond to Msrthilil Camp,
in Uwea oonnty. Une 01 toe union mep was
wounded in the arm. The Union men had
taken the ateckt, off tbe gone that were stolen,
intendleg to keep them cn ontii tney naa or
wanrzed their-omnBt tneW ntl '--.t
. ... '. , n t. -ar j
a .-Tba xullltarr Of Kleins: oun nave ouereu
their eMkrieee for thd defense of Wartar. '
I iu
'""' I aa
Ultl
Accident to the Great Eastern.
Naar Yoia. Sent 25 The tteamthip Persia,
lust arrived, reports teeing taw Create Esstera
rrttlrDinir to lAVCroooi wiui eua warn wi innuaa-
tldt wbtelt. All tbt boatt but one on the pert
eld ahd bulwarks wers store, anaShf rr-
tng neavuy. '.niwia
Accident to the Great Eastern. The Killed and Wounded at Lexington.
ii lies
"I'
IiwirntoH Crrr. Sect- PAawNewtrfrw Lea-l
Ibgtiin, reports Col. U rover, er tn noma waatOm,
kiiiaH trnm a wound Id tbt tblrfli'tlsM Lieut.-
CoU White, WlStiflet's1 StJaoula, Regiment,
a.1111 a. . auta IV. i I . . . ... . . , .
,'' A man-named CldrMife, a rebel from Lexlng.
. l. .Mail u a aitiA tla at. a aa a
dowttbw Gtn. Price to learn the ttrength of our
wn ainif ujivvi au,., Hn..u.
ioroes. Papere fooad oa him tutt out lorce at
St. jknlt at only araja rneu sooatanni r .
MnCniltmrh ta' arehtnsr'Mnldlr' to fortg
ttnotlon with' Prico,' with. a, large, weil-armbd
and WtU-aitoipiiaeo , a gwa aappiy a
a. .a a. alt t JI J I A
atmiery. He trnWry net jijDpo w
' Mdlligan'i Mil lost st' LtxtBgton wtt wot
handrail and df'V. 1 lhlt of tb
iwbei aot yort-thfBTlfftryttB
TTr-7rvTX
CAJtOV PUKM alLMaanuo 1, .. .
WabJt loW taarlnt ea Istfwmevmeek-of flswow Brett
tiea aakprtoea taaa .pre er . avavai
.-... na tha. laitaa ef thla du aaua ivlaktiita b
11II1S11I. ae ear etoe le very Stmet and eompWut .in aU
tndeaof ttel that Ba. '""-
at. sv aoat nam invea.
Accident to the Great Eastern. The Killed and Wounded at Lexington. COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
Cincinnati Market. CINCINNATI, Sept. 24.
WBBit--Loatta aar. aadwiUJ Eutara Baws toiM
ef tba lahrvveaaent wh.th tj ksV raeoavl falaed. una
a., aa ijuaa. a. As in So Inwer la auoia.il6na' Inert
la aoae demand at iba lowra.area. b It tt- e tt
eapnany Bad. wkich yaatae ayeould not aw baaabl
at laaj ittaa I la' aa day satardad te wart. !
ihanlle.r "Whit will not brut' vr toe for erlaae
tradaa. f bit shows thai Iba teve awvaaaaata ef tke
aua.ket. at baramiinw wait to dated W tba eapaate faaaa
New Tot, which war fcbtetMd ap oteloaa4aa.-i
order-to hare a (aed aurkat lb. oohoat tha aeaaon, it la
aliTibatibaapaaa.ihoi14be aiolded. .
ruiwiu an d ia aaodamls reoaiDt darlnB (at.
week, and prleas fcre tow Hfl tuahal batter; a jUajl
Inaedai-ba atareat belok Iras at (Wo.1 v ' ' M
OATS Are blaher. and aoU st We raadliy totAf.
AL1T-Wa! said It-tay at 4MiS ma .4o., The
IneMe ftanra la Iba mora nearly eorrtot one.
&vi i. .......aiiknata Bkarbal at acab fl ta
tiUKrVitalat aalaeetit lit, fe trts ai. the ar.
drs:
3 dbmMrtta..
Cleveland Market
CLEVELAND, Sept. 24.
LOVB4-Balti tr to btrftTd Indiana whttt deubU ex
tt-e.to 4ry?ndiaaAwhUi deubl
rA'HtawLllaitat ma'aatilfd aaV iawar, T Sa at:ef
wbitaaoldoa'vbanswat tl et wtyack,tWtsiae taa
only transaction e porta ta-aar- "Jaed w tat ejeoiauia.
Offera ol buyers as 'Obange ware at Kio, fret on board.
OOBtT Halaa of fl Kara at 34a. " ' 1
OATS Saitaof 1 c at SJc; na oar at, 23c;, aod two
care ai avKOi ...t.. . r i
jaUaUWIHaBalasetaObblsatlSoand.Sil Mil. Ji
aoov aaokai
treatise. ' ''--.'-- j
,BDtIJtB-jeaIaf 7egS)7o .snOett! peg st
i.aaOaW-Sals of 7MUat7W II t,SJn' t.,'..t
ui ii... i Ltadtr.
lVTitr PnmmisrinTYr'n r SaIr.
1
a n
0Jo1ibL. tilr;8,(i I'll
i. .... .. ye
Superior Court.
supa
A.
Amos H.mnater).
r
Bv viaxoa op- iKvaptitur au
to ma dliarKd. from tba 8uDrior Oourt of Frank
tha Superior Court
lis County, Ohlof TvwttT oJTet fur tale, av-th dorr ef
the Court tlouaa, In SbaltJ oCOoltmbaat.on ..1
us vourmouea, m anaiij otvuowai
' Bt9lay.the 5th day of .Oct.,
A T) IRfil.
deacnbtdyeal sSttatef
ttata 01 unio, to
?ll . i,, Bnirtw M 4ohB. noyrtaaw, aabdivitioa ef
i,jtas, a.?, t and ol doba AUrlioa ;jJJiion to in
city ei fiolnmbats.
Appraiaed at 8 1.SSC
, JriBterafcaaat.OOii f ,1 a 1 , f ft
,ai.'iil ana aattar vommianoneT.
,auMirio. - - -
"'iZ'' .''. V V , q)I
Master (nunissioner s Bale.
Joseph t. By waters )
ve. i lupertor Osart. t ri
Wm.B.ParneIletal. r ' i l
BY VIRTUE OP Alt OBBEt Of ItLI
to mt directed, frost tba Boperior Court of Prank
Hn County. Ohio, f Will offer for sale, at the door of
the (Jourt-Hooae, la the city of Colombo, on -
' ' '1 ait an.i.a rt 7.k towi r
at one o'clock P. M., the following deacribad real estate
tltoata In tha county ef f reoklla and Itatt ef Ohio, tt
rrlU the South half of the M. B. quarter of section 39,
towmhlp II, ran real. United SlatSJ UUltwy aaoda, ooa
tslnlnf eighty tores. . .... ,,.;) j ,
Apprelsedat Bi.5 DO pefscrt.' ',
' . - W. sTTJPJMArT,8herlt.! R
ra"" ',Zt " ni Master Cummlssloiier.
Orderto atllhVabor deatrlbed Land In'parleC
On "motion to tha Ootrt by B. Taylor, attorney for da
feadanta It Is ordered that the order of aale, hereto', re
made la the above named actio n,,be and tbej tame la here
by ehanaadaa follow.: . -' ' - ' ' '
k. lI.. I. ..wl tjmn la ffTaa antlM
Yng manaeA t let.. TaoBar far ealaaad aall thirty acres
a of said tract of last beronetne te William at. War-
nail, belog the North part of said tract) and If said 30-
aoreaaaaot anngaaamciant amoaat tapaytne eaana,
then that he offer for aale the 30 acree Immediately ad
Joining the former on tha 8 .oth; and If I sufficient
amount ol money U tot received from tot earns to tatia
fy laid order .then that the said Sheriff atll tbe balance
of said land, as dlresteA by tbt braer order of thai
Onnrt - 1 ..... t ... ......
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JK0BQ1 Wa nUPP MAlf, Sheriff,
uniai II w . i ..A Maaaraomaialaaarf .
rlnWe-ftk i-l i w - ' oAl
an.3dtl.4t
SZ1
f-r1-;'
"i-.rl'-ui t.'-.Ti
Superior edt)o.o 'ftaliiilb'' sttjiin
US78 '
ty,- vnio). "!
t n.ulnn it
-a IV fl
i
xmaei
lit M. Itnry hy hi next friend,
ixt friend. 1
TwslMar, Story, peuttener, llaisiateutltion.
Sf- ,. I 1CV II. ''.J .
osspa. Story a others, respondents.
Ife-PI RattANCE OP AK OffDEB OF
tbt Mid Coast it mt dlraolfd, I wlllafer tor sale at
pabUt atstion at the door ol the Oourt Hjuee, In the
city etOelajBbaa,ta uiXH.l.1 "1 !-. '
:l84urday,tooS8Ui dajor Sept A. D 1861,;
between the boorVof twVaek M. tat lo'etoea 9. M.,
the followlug ensoribad aaat eataia, altaata lo riaaaant
towmhlp Praaktln county, Ohio, and,' haundtd and da-
a.laut .a fAlLnar ...
Part of survey No. 3B09 of tbt Virginia Military Car
ve, s btgtni ingatasaMln tneeouinatatoorneror ine
tract of land, eootalniog one handred acres, conveyed to
Jot ah Bivane by Jueepb dtory oy dead bearlat data May
7, 1W0,' thenea aoatb 7X Plee to a ttaaa and four unall
hlckrlee and elm. thence e.et ltd poles to a etako In a
pralrte; theaea north S7X polee lo t atake en Iht weal
ids of ta eim marked ae corner ia the line of the Elver's
tot: thenea weal 134 polea to tha begtnnlt g. Containing
fifty-two and t half acree, more or le; eubieet to a
dovar estate herteore eat of tnd aulaicd to Mary
Itory, widow of mid Marmadake Story Iu Said pramiaea,
eVaerlbed as follow: 17 67- iwt aoraa or said l-.ad, boon 4
ed aa foilowt: Beglanmg at t etaks from which a b a.'k
walnal 1 laches In diameter bears N. 45 oaf M 16
Itaiet (bence A. S dec. W. S : tales tnd 80 hake to a
a take! thaaaa a. 88 dec B. 1x4 noire to a Blake la the
weet il-a of Toomaa't M id) thenoa N SS p,.ms and SO
Hake te a state la tba wait stde or an sua awksa aa t
corner! tbenoe JL bddeg. weallSt poles tn lb begin.
aiaff.-. . - . . . .. Hi r--1 i ' i
Appraised at 13 w per acre. ,
. flaoBOB W. lTDTjnfiBisrlif,,
rnoxert reet o wi.,a ri iTiin:::-3
r-,
sajmttd
raw -a! . 14 CI.IIIW o
linn .i'in t. t.
-ir.u ii:.r,n:AmA.'p
redtriek Iwlaher, Adm'r, tce.i
I BuDtrtor Court. " -
vs.
Jokatilnktrstsli !.)i,rj 1 r-.
its idle Vroirthe
TiT virtus of an order of sals Id At dlreeW
13 Superwr Ooart ef franklin eoanty, Ohio, I will of
fer for aale at the doej of tbeCoari Bgaee ttOie pity ef
fltsabat, tn -
SAtarday, lhe.S6th day of Oct 4 A4D.I861r .
tl snee'elook P. at., the following real taiata, situate tt
HMeewnty of rranklln and elate or uaio to win una
haadred and six acree off the eeat- set ef the following
tractor panel ot land. In1 section 6 qtarter , towaa
ship It ran. L tweeaw-landa (Ma-vbaaa's tarttt),
heglnnlhc at the northwest earner of said section, thenea
soatk IM 7-10 poles to t white elm tram Whisk ia a beech
It foofeci In diameter, B. 49 dew. B. 44 Make, tad swamp
White eak, 10 Inches, N. 44 dag B. 30 links, thence
east tot 0-UI polee to t poet, annate from t neecn xu
Incites fa dlataeter.N.' S5 deg. W. 88 lists, and another
botes. t Inches, S 54X deg W. 5S Haks. tbeaee bt lands
of the heirs of Job SMtki deoceeed, south 147 B-10
poles te the see. line on tbe soutn aide or said seetroa to
s stake, thence weel along the aaellow line to the couth.
trrai corner of aaid ceotloa), theace Berth Hone; tba waat
Hneef said seetloa UU 11 ularsects the said Brat men.
Honed lino, tb whole traot eoatainiag: tee band red ami
eight serve and ninety polea. "
Appraamaaieio peraara.a tJHM I i(
Printer's fees, $8. .iWyt'Oa.. J
r'hL' " tJrW.HTJPlM!,
1 iM -:,rW Mmw.Oemlsslnrr .
ZZJZSjT W-"'- "14'oTa Iu vl OiaK l'l Ii
""Tliii tw .t o inriiri-
' ol j(ikJj(i l,m r. .
wtnt
H
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Btal.l
vi
ut fwl
i'h aA 1.1 i
EEME
.flaj&ie al
rat joy ;' t ,i..-r, , v
Thaaat aad tuna OamnlalnlS. tacladu. with
for all
tatataarteet reaulta, Waooru Cocoa, Otaowi as
Ooutoa Oooaan, BetaacwiAi. aaa Taaoav Ooaaaanna,
Iwayt torenanners or uoaaamaaem. aa a eovrawa
iTkor H bat 00 taperler. freed from all OpUta or
KuMUoproparelea, may be a. brat mieaeenaat ,
taUoas, aad at4perleAooiiujtonoe.
Cttve
ll
taa-. imaaTarr Hinm vnaii wrer eaeraa ca aaa
world, soatalnlna a4 a partiole ef Optnst, nor any tub
ataaea bat Ht ttrletky veewttbto ltd medical propsrtiee.
A. swat Bemedi lor BsuaaiAia, BBiraa-rnia, Boar,
Caaaa BaA Acara, CaTaaaa, Boat Bar ftvM,
and all aslosr Nsrveas Complaints. . ; , ' ' '
vfoa Itoaa or Lar,and liesdachs m'srtiw nrtttlat,
U aaa aa equal. n4. to whlfh jaott tsdonbtcd, tyttmonl
alaars ofleied. , r . . . ' . . , ' . . ..-.
, roe. Dtuaiutt Tkxrttl It (SB meet jssrftet remedy;1
. foa Bowm. Uoan-aurra, altar removing tne pain n arm
ay aphyem, a moat luporlant tontrssl WlBttttt eohstlpa-
aorj (b u, v.., . . ..... . , .
T Phaaiolana. Vurmalai andTrlal Boflteewffl fa cent,
tad to Dealer er Invalid a deesripUVt jpsmpblet .Wltbawl
it iJOAis. At. uunnaviELii, v.j,
1 anawc ajm tcuaautxtnux,
rrfP' tfmwmretai wartBotoa, asa-
A..VJ.X .,'..t k-k-T m . ' - "-P
"JfU ' k la
. 10 tnom fmaaa airaoe an uaaa.u.7 . ,
tiliri, 0&Be-ea;W esnaterlotllB,,.,,
iVmtudttotili ta'"rUjiira;
fgrftyrVtafB 1
f
mtwlT-wlf AattWviAw.WBit.
. f frif: iirf.) vim
.11
VVUeQLOW. r
.'III . T ! V (' .1 -
Aa tsperwoa4 Htm and ? eaaale Phyeldui, preaeota
80 0 T II IN Qi JSrTRTJ.I?.
" t run, vutiaDun .Tivtrriuflu ia
Which rMttly facllUataa Iba proeaaa of taatblaar. by aort
oimr tba tnaas. radoolof
al! tiflaasaiatlon wnl allay
A-Lii PAia aodipaamoelia aetloa, aad ai
81JME TO H EOCIiATE THTBOH tl,ll.
B rye ad npon It, Bothers, 1 1 will girt yeat to itoasalvtt
anav -ti iro.-.t.! .ii.u.jiaji .e...i
UUEP AID EXALTE t9 TOTE TtTUCIt,
Wa bar pat ap hnd aoid thla article for over ten yean,
"ivm aiii en, vvitauiainuai juiv lUTU,ortt.
h.. h. . 1 .... . ..... - . I . . ,
" .. w. w . . i.v , 11 vmj avis w aavy wi auj uuiar aotrat
eine SBTBtt HAS IT IA1LKD, III A BlalOLB IMHTa
ABOa, TO irraot A OUaa, wben timely Bard. Bev
a did t tnow an Instaoat oidiaaatUntatton by any on
was need It, . On the contrary, all are delicti tod with lie
operations, and speak la terms of CJommenutUoa Of lb)
aaaajm eneeia and medieal virtues. . We speak In this
""a " i rami iirnir, am m years' rrne
rlana AMD PLBDOB OCB BPDTAT108 fOB THB
auuabaui ue WOAI W UAaa DBOLABB. In
slmoat every Instance where the infant la nUTcrinr from
I'-, " . mu.hi.vu, .cur. win ue loono in tiieen
twenty mlnntat after thatyrna iaadminieiered.1' '
Thla valuable preparation it the pnaorrpUon of one of
the moat BXPaklNNOBDaod BK1LLPUL MUB4BB In
new anaiano, ana naa oren naea wiui a Villi f AI1
INO BUCCBBB In -r -
lUOUSANBS tiVoABEt.. n-aji-.
Itnotoclyrelama lauielal treat aaia, aiU kvice,
siet tbe itoaHwh and bowel, eemctt acidity, and aleaa
tone and enerrv to tbe whole nitim. it alii alaaoaa iai
ttantly relieve .w .....
ORJ.Be II TEX B0WI1S, Ltt Wllffl COIIO
ana overoome eonvuiiions, which. If not ipeoiiny remt
, .B.i in nrun. we oeiieve ll tne BB8T and BUB
BBT BBMBDT IN THB WORLD, In all eaaet of BT
BMTEBif and C1ARHUCBA Ui OBILDBBM, whetlia,
lt ariaca from teethiaajr. a (rata any other aaoaa. Wa
wemia aaa to erarr motberwha haaa child aaffarina fw
anyor tne foregoing complain ti IX) NOT LBT YOUB
PBBJCDIOB& BOB. TUB PaUUBMCBt 01 OfHBlii
stand between yoa and your tnffering child, and tha
lief thai will be SOUJI ire. ABaoLDrtLV unit a a.
ioiiow tne nas ar mta madtolne. IT timely naed. toll all.
recuens far tulng will accompany each bottle. None
geoutne unieea uie raelmlle or (1UI1B a PBBKINB,
New York, Is ea the ontatde wrapper. . ..
Bold by all Prngglsti throaghoat tbt world, i 'i
Prl icipal Of flea, is Cetar Street
' PR IP.K! flMr.V or; rrwro wo snwri v
. ...v v u . mp waui ,u on avva a a aaca.
raart271r.wly.
"PROF.' Li. MILLER'S
H AIR INVlGORATOn
An 1 EffectlTt, Btfa and lloonomioaJ
i r - flnfrnttaAnTtfl
V . I , a a a-y t-Awa j
FOH RESTORING GRAY HAIR
To Its original color without dyeing, and piwrentlsf '
,;1 nairirom nratngtray. -,
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
And curing It, when there La the least particle of Tltall
, . . i or racnperatlve energy remaining. '
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUF
Aad allcutanoouiaffocUooa of tha Scalp.
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparttnt te It so aneqaled gloss snoTbrllllaney, making
it soil ant silky in Its lax tore, ana caaetng It to ctuv
readily. !
xne nwat eeieonty ana itvereasing ttmand ror this an.
laalcal preparation, eonvincea the proprietor that one
trial is only nraeeary to aatUfy a diacaraing public ef ita
superior qualttiee over any other preparaUoo in nas. It
dean ace (bo bead and ecalp from dandruff and other
outaneous dleeaaes, earning the hair to grow luxuriantly
ftivtnf M a rich, soft, gioeay and flexible appearance, an
is looeentni and tninulna. it will aivn
atrengtb and rigor to the room and laatore the growth to
hose parte which hare become bald eansing llto.ylsld t
aaai av,niu, w uau,
There are hundred! of ladles tnct geatlemsa ta Hew
York who bars had their hair restored by the oae of thla
Invigoraaor, when sll other preparations have tailed. L.
M. aaa ia hit poeeeaaion letters innumerahle teatlfylnr
in fa iwti laoia, irom penoaa m wa mgaeat rauaecta
Mllty. a will iflactaaliy prarent the bait from tornine
an til tbe Uteet partial of itla) and incaaca where the hair
baa already changed ita color, tha aaa of tha Inrtgorator
will with oertajutj restore it to It lo Us arurttial baa. are-
for tt a dark, gloeey appearance. As s perfume for the
toilet and a Hair BealoraUve It le part lea tarry reeem
mended, baring an agraeajbes rmgraaoat aa4 taa gtrat (a
etllUae itaffordein drtaalnj the hair, which, when motet
wiui the tnvtrorator, aaa te areaeea la aay aaajairad
lanaaaa lopreeerve Iu puma, whether plalnlorin curiae
benea the graat taaasnd for it by the ladiea ae a standard
toilet article which aone eatirbl ta be wltbonMs the price
piece It within the raaob of all, ceug f ,r, . , r .
1'iH Only Twanty-FiTt Conti ,
par bo tils, to ea had ai a raaaewtabtt Drargiats bad
" ' AOlleenorSr "
It. MltLIB would eall tha attention of Parents' and
Guard tana to the use of .hie Invtgorator. In eases whete
the ehtldren's bale lacUnts to be weaa. The aaa of It
sty the foaudatloa lor a good Aead 0 tair, ae II re
moaee aa unpuritMe that ma bete beoome aanaeeted
with tha acaipt tha retneval of which la aaweaaar both
for th health of tbt child, and tbt Intuit appearance of
tta uair. --....-
ffiorroti. None genaittwlthoattbt he-slmlla LOTUS
MILLBB beint on the outer wrapper: alao. L. Mil.
LBh'd BAIB INTIOOBATOB, a. t., blown In the
glue. .
Wholesale Depot, J4 Dey street, end sold hy all tbe
principal Merchants and Bretrjraita tkrootrboat the works
jtlberat oaaevant to pa rtnaaara ny tne ,antiay. . .. ,
I abo deetro ta prsseat ta tbt Aaaarleaa PnbUe sap -'
1x0. iters otxo - iirsTAiTAHxryog
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, after yean ef eetenUoe eaperlmeuttng, I have
oroagnt to penection. it U)ea mack or Brawn msraatty
wlthoal injury lo the Hair or Bkint warranted the beat
article ol the kind tn existence. ... ..
PRICE, ONLY 50 CENTS, .
Depot, 66 Dey St,. New York.
tJaMrdamVWlj j - - J n ' 7
I 1 ' Sheriff's Sale.
Junes Ttoker and wlfrt ' ,
vs. Common Pleas. 1 1 "
lltte L. Haghst. J ..i',,;.-.i ..tv'-l
BY VI R rCE OF A WHIT OF VEflDI
to on directed from Ihe Conn of Oommot Pleee of
Franklin county, 0., I will offer tor tale, al tbe door of
the Court Boaae, In the oily ef Columbus, oa ,
. . 1 , n n . .at.. '1'
. -., Alonaty, ocptemoer autn,.iooi(
At one e'clock, P. M., tbe following described ret sa
ute, tltnate la the eoanty of franklin, tnd Bat of
Ohio, iwtt: - ri..
: Vot No, w,lo John and Henry tuners Addiuon to
tbt Olty of Oolumrius. .
Appraised al - - j:
Cw.OTtfMAN. BhermV
Printer's Ists, ft By Bp, Davit, Deputy. .
tug84i;', .' V : ;
Shcriffr. Sale. f.
t A
Wray Thomas
,',; Boperior Court. J
vs.
Idward A. Brown
TT VIRTUE OP A WHIT OF VENDI
13 to am directed, treat the Bapertae Coart of frank,
iin tnnntar. Ohio. I will offer tor aaia at the door of the
Court House, la tnt wty ar votamaat. unto, v .. .j.
On 8atordayf October 5ihI8Clr.i
ateet o'clock, P. M thefoilowlng premises,' sltdits lit
the eoanty of franklin, and Bute or Ohio, and bound-
.a a.-a t t. 4 S't t ...tf.f -
. That tract or panel of land lying seat of the city of Co
lumbaa, beings eubdivltton of hill rectlon No. W. lown
ihlp No. 4, range No. St. Befogee tends, and described
ea a aertain plat recorded In the office of the fVeorder
t and tnr aaid Pranklin oountT. In Book No. 3I pare
05 (referenoe thereto being hereby made); as lot No. 80,
MKtainlna aleran acree and eeTentyseve ont-hund
redtbe ef an acre (U 77-lu0),'and which was eenwyed to
i..na DaTla br John Orelehton. and by said Brail a
Davis and wl'e to adwaid A. Brown, by deed dated October
7tb,A.D lbat ant reoorted in Book Mo. ti. or 17B,
ka tha Beoorder't offloe In aaid franklin eoanty; the
above premises hareby at aforesaid oonvcyed, being anb
Jeet, tn 'Ae hands of th said Bdwaid A. Brown, to the
aiaumrov nui motner. uarouoe Drown, ior me coarr ana
expense ef her reasonable and .tomfortablt support tnd
maintenance daring her natural life v
V- Alao, tbe fallowing aeecriosa rrai esuesa mtoaie in ine
oouniv of franklin, and State of Ohio, to wit; The
araat hair of lot No. 93. In to taMtvtAlon Of kkK see.
Uoa No. B3, townihlp No S, range Mo. It. ss made and
deacribad Ut t earlald pbrt rsoarded hi taa atcamder
onlot of frankllt eoanty, ta oet no. u paea eu ymw
fugas land.); th wbol ef aaid lot aataloinr eieraa
and eeveaty-tnre nancmatnaei aa aaa i. - w,
halna ,.. aaaaa land titat aaa aua.ciad t the saM Hyall
a. Dans by John Oreighton, and by aaid Brail a Davi
and wife to Oonsotatlneaonnaon, ny oc-j aao vo-""
7th, A. Dw 1845 and recorded it Book No. SI, page 174,
lb the Besorder's offloe o said IraaUlia eoaaty. -Awaralsedtta-lanMea
I9-.... ..t1'7 PJ per acre.
nl?7vaairoLatNo.S a.M Wl." - ..
HOIIMAN, Bheriff. ,
,'t. it. I rt -i By B. Davis, Deputy.
' ft-Ot Baaitav, AU.
' w''.:rcli-1oJl:I r?kV-i V'3
-"ar .
aauaaaaaaaB.-n ia..ia 'Bill a
llaster CoiiaioRct'.ai Sale.
CoVnmliuS Maehlot Mantfaetnrtnt Ce-'.V' 6eica Tfct
i. ... t agalnat J ' l' f raukHaOa.,
J ' . . laslsh Baker and othSTt. " Ohio.
-nVHSDANT TO AN OUttLR ISSCED
l groa tbe ueari oi uoaaiooaaiaaaoi rraaattneoauty,
Ohio, to ae dlreeted, ka the abo e aaltUed totlon, I shall
affer for ale t la hltheal bidder, a , ., m
Wean-.PWbtTBx'. PtBps
beXAaeaf tiehearaaf Ikdv edlaa..a Ibtnnntlaes
t here Stood said Baaaet mtil fiamai ay baraeM) . taf Haaa
nt Taltey. aiskaa weaa Ohio, lb raUowaaa "ap
art, net fraasratniat aaanii'mmaaaia at eaaaawaae;
and itaarjiara..aal prapertp tarn awd,,cw.ssiOj, Beta
- Teem of at aaaU i .1 .Oji jt ik
frtatot7s tars .40, . ---.'A
ttkanuia vi'itLiuia,
tsoia-td. , , ' Masnec Otiasaaoam
- 1 JtHVJu ."I a.MJv-TsIl
LITJ3.
:
ll : u tv u a a a r AI U t
Imttamt unrf
tp wavr Coach
Far iff rBir Breath! .j
a
Ntrengthemwowr Ttvirel '
v,.i a
snnUAT CONFECTIONS'
' T
... . r ABB ..- ... ;
POOD FOR CLERGYMEN
a't
day j"-.tVj
'. OOTJD FOR LECTORERS,.
U a ' t'.f '!ll-. i-l : ,
mi
UOOD FOR PUBLIC SPEAKERS.
GOOD FOR SINGERS,
fiOOD FOR CONSUMPTIVES.
. -ia.JI 'V j i . IrfXTys'
CINTKUBN CAKBf
1 i-l t-i
BTALDiNQ'8 ..THROAT CONFECTIONS. .
nc- J
,k vADIBB ABB DILIQHTBP WTTB
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS. '..! i j"
OniLDKIlf ORT fOB ' '
SPALplNG'3 ? THROAT CONFECTIONSa
They rcjicve a Cough Inttanlly. ' ''
They clear tbe Throat. .
They giye strength and volume to tbe voice.
They Impart a delicious aroma to the breath.
They are delightful to tlie'tastei
uej are mauo ni simple nerbs aud cannot
harm any one.; .rr: , ,),,,
i -V . , r .
f adrlae every one who bait Ooaghora husky Voles
er a Bad Breatn, or any difficulty of the Throat, to get
package of ay Throat Confections; they will relieve '
yon Instantly, tod yoa will agree with ae that Mhsy
jrotlgbl ty the spot." Ton will And tbem very sterol
and pleasant while traveling; or attending publlo meet
ings for lulling your Cough or allaying your thirst. If
yoa try oat package, I am mfe la string that yoa will
eier afterwards consider them Indlspsnssbts.
Tot will Sod tbem tt ttt Bragglstt and Dealers la '
Medicine ,,. - . .. .
PBIOB .!..
1 'I'WEn TY-riTB CKNTS. '
My ilgnatart Is cn each package. All others ere
counterfeit.
A package will be sent by mail, prepaid, oa receipt ol
Thirty Get tt. .
Address,
Henry O. Spalding,
j 'NO. 4S CEDAR STREET, "' '
- . NEW YORK, . J
r.ervousHeadache.
CURE J?
Bytbeoseof these Pills tbt periodic attaoks of Ntty
tout or glcJb EtadtuM aay bt prtveaud; tad tf taken
as the eommencenwai ol an attack immediate relief from
pals and aictneaa will be obtained. C '. ,'
They seldom ttll tn removing the Xamta and .
fleAs to wbleb teenies trt so ttbeot. ' " .
They act gently npea the boweh removing OmU
MM.
for ' Uurary ACpt, StuUnU, Delicate female '
tnd sit peraoni of taxfemtory habUt, they art ralna
ae a LamaHv. lmprorleg ths appttU, grrini loaa
caar to Ue ffltratlre ergana, and reetorlng the aalnr
elasticity sod strength of ths whole system.
cure m .
THB OBPBALIO PILLS srt the result of long Is vet ' '
ligation knd carefully conducted experiment!, having
bees In net many years, daring which time they have
prsTecud and rtlicred a raet amount of pain and laffer
tnf from Headache, whether originating m the aervoa.!
lyatan or from a deranged elate at tha aacptocA. '
They art entirely vegetable ta their eompoeiUoa, an
aay be taken at all timet with perfect eatery wlthoal
asking any changt of diet, aad I At oceaeiss ef any
dHrraeaN fa reenterc tt mtf to mdminit er Llea
oAtiiran.
, BBWABBOf OOUnTTBolIITII
The genuine htvt fivtstgnstnissof Henry 0 Bpaldlng
OBStehBox. f : .
Bold by Druggiata and all ether Dealera la Medictnae. .
A Box WW bs sent by anil, prepaid, ea receipt of th "'
Frloo, QO Oexxta. .
ABevdeit ihouUbe addresaedto . .
HENKV O. RPALDtNO.
1-
, ! B Caaar b treat New York.
1 from tbt (xamtnar, Norfolk, Tt.
i Cephalic Pills sopompttsh the objeot for erhleh they
were made, via.: Care of headache ia all Its forms.
i from the Examiner, Norfolk, V. - '.
They hare been tasted ia aort that a thoauaand eases
wUhsaUre
from the Democrat, Bt. Cloud, Minn.
If you are, or have been, troubled with tbt heartache
send far a box, (Cephalic Pills,) ao that yoa aay lav
them la eass ol an aiiaex.
1
.ti i . . from th Advertiser, ProvMtnct, B. I.
The Oephalle Pills sre said lo bs a remarkably effective
for tne neeoacne, ana one or tne very best lor
that very frequent eomplalnt.whkh hat tver been die-
(-.1 -...'i '
f rfrt tha Wee tern B. B. Osteite, OUcakgq, IU. . , A
We heartily endorse Mr. Bpaoldlns. tad hit unri ruled
Oepbsllo fills. ,. , ,. -.- jto
fro ' Kanawha Talley Star, Kanawha, V., ... .j';
e tie sure that persons saffering with th headaahe tm
who try them, will stiek t thea.' " . . i 'tl.nht
from ths Southern Path finder, New Orleans, I. : i.
Try thetnl yoa that trt afflicted, and WS trt sure thai
your teattmonyeaa be added ta the already aumeroae
list that kas received benefits that a other medicine can
prodaoa.
: i ka-l - M .-1 1 I t ','..
.. . '"-l from the Bt. Loals Psmoerst.
The Immenet demand rbr Ihe article Ulaphallt Kit
Is rapidly Increasing. . . k ' -
from the Oasalto, Daren port. Iowa.
Mr. Spalding weald 'eo eon nasi hit aaa Witt ia BT-
tkie be did aot tmees to a
lealBMrlt.
rrrA'singi kttitet afAtBiNtni'fBABBa.
Aina .IIImmIm, Haatlt.aatu.Mli. t Tt
." ,T "aUi
"I SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE l.Z'?-
1 nj ..... I v v.-., .
, SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE f , , . n t
I ..! A' i'lv .1 .M j!,"
i; 7 SPALDING'S. PREPAID -GUIS V,
ait. I b tl --a IS J
t.. ."v, ' aava Tii a raawaoi
; B00N0MTT . WIBr ATUHt
- r-vrj-A BTrrca m Tom lavm Iftar." s '(
i. Aieetaeato trill happen, area la wall rafalaud hm
lliet, It la very dealrabla to bar tea cheap and oot
veolep way for repairing farnltata. Toy, Omkaty ,
I BTKiBalPBBpiBawtnir .
asste til such easrteaariao aad ao hoajohold ta afford .
to be wlthaat IA. , jit laaiwajra ready, aad ap to the etiok
tug pointaj
.TJttm IN BT1BT B0C8B."'
l.-l.
. B. B.'
apantos aaa bottla.
'J
.'1
.. . uawar o. BrAbDma, -He,
ed, Oedar Btnae, Mew f err.
Oklvt
0ACT10B.
1 aw
rt -
, As esrtola unprincipled parsons art ttlamptJnt t
Mlm At ea Ihe anaaapaatini pablie, tmitaAmua or a '
fM
rBttPABkD OLD B, I
aid t
uoa ait prtreaoe tot
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