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S THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 3, J861.
COLUMBUS POST OFFICE.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
DEPARTURES.
Matll for Mew York City, Boston, Albany,
Pittsburgh, eleubenvllle n, Cleveland, Zauasvtll,
Nswark, (Iranvllla, Washington Oily. Baltimore, Phila
delphia and New Orleans, elof dill (Sunday except
ed) it 8 o'oloek p. m. . ,
A Uirough mill (or New Tort and Cleveland oloios
dally (Sunday oeptd) at S o'clock p. m. . .
0. 0. C. R. it. Way Mall olosss dally (Sundays
cepted) at 8 o'clock p. m. .
Central Ohio Way Mali eloses daily (Sundays ttcepted)
10 o'tftook a. m .
Cincinnati Way Mall eloiei dally (Sundays excepted) at
Chicago, Dubuque, Delaware, Marion and Worthing,
toa Malli close dally (Baadayi eioeptsd) at o'oloek
p, m. '" 1 ' ' ' 1 1 ' '
Hilli for Xeala. Boringfleld, Dayton. Toledo. Cincin
nati, Indianapolis, Loulsvllls, Bt. Louis, and Detroit,
cloeM dally (Sundays excepted) at 8 o'oloek p. m.
A Uirough mail to Xeuta, Springfield and Cincinnati
-l - -1 -1 1 a 1 . a.Mntail a 1 II nMnnk.
UKI1 hhijwvi tmvjiwj v mv v vw ... mm
Urbana, Plqua, tiffin and Union City mail doses dally
(Bandaya excepted) at 8 o'oloek p. in.
Lancaster, Logan, Nelsonvllle, Clrcleville, Ohlllfeotha,
Portsmouth, Washington 0. II., Athens, Marietta and
Ulllsboroush mails close daily (Buudajs axospted) at 8
clock p. a. ' '
But Way Mall by National Road to Zanesvills doses
dally (Sundays excepted) at 18 o'clock m. '
Harrlsburgh ilailoloMl daily (dunday xoeptd) at t
o'olookp. Bi -alt.
Vernon Mall, by way of Wsstervllle end Bnnbnry,
elose dally (Sundays sxeepted) at 3 o'oloek p. m.- -Dublin
Mall closes dally (Sundays excepted)at V o'oloek
p. . "
Lao cuter Way Mall dotes daily (Bnndayi exoepted) at
o'clock p. m.
ARRIVALS
Halls from New York, Boston, Philadelphia,
Albany, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Dayton, Toledo, Xenta,
Detroit. Borlne-nald. Olnelnnatl. Chllllcoth. Bt. Louis,
and all Southern elites, arrive between the) boars of V
clock p. m. and 4 o clock a. m.
Malls from Indianapolis, Chicago and Dubuque arrive
at 3:40a.m.
Malli from Washington City, Baltimore, Wheeling,
ZaaesTiile, Newark, Bteubesville, Mt. Vernon, and the
0. 0. B. K. Way Mail, arrive at wo'ciookm.
Way Mail from Cincinnati arrives at o'oloek p. m
Lancaster Mall arrives at 8 o'clock p.m.
est Way .Mall over tlx National Road arrives at II
o'clock a. m.
Mt. Vernon Way Mall arrives at 11 :00 a. m .
Mall from Dublin arrives at W o'clock m.
Urbana Way Mail arrives at V o'clock p.m.
Harrlsbuigh Mail arrives at U o'oloek a. m.
Lanaaaier Wav Mail arrives at 12 o'oloek m
Office delivery open every day (except Sunday) from
7 o'clock a. m. to 8 o'clock p. m. Open on Sundays
from li to U o'clock In the morning, and from S to 8
clock in the
In
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JOHN GRAHAM, P. M.
Rail Road Time Table.
Littu Miaui It Ooiciisosfc Xsnu Bi B.
Leaves. Arrives
Olnelnnatl Accommodation. 5:00 A. M. 8:10 P. M.
. , ir,aa.k 11:40 A.M. 11:03 A.M.
Mall and Accommodation. . 8". 10 P. M. 8:00 P. M,
Might Express via Dayton.l2:00 midnight. 8:0 A. M.
' 3m. W. Dohctv, Agent.
Colcmsos k Cuvmiro B. R. ' '
Night Ixpms 3:40 A. M. 11:15 P. M.
New TorkKxpress 11:10 A.M. . 10: JO A.M.
CO. AO. Way Kxprees.... 8:30 P.M. . 7:40 P. U.
. j -j t j. Jihis Pattosow, Agent.
Omo R. K.
No.llxpreis...7.?.v.vi 3:30 A. M. .11:35 A. M.
No. 8 do,..... S1S.P. M. 11:45 A.M.
;.,'.lJ'. . iXfiu, Agent ,
PrrrssoasD, Oouihbos It CutcuraaTi K. B.
Hall Into 3 30 A.M., II M A. M.
Ixpress Train 11:25 A.M. 8:45 P.M.
' ' Jos. Bobirsow, Agent.
Colombos Jt Ikoiahopous, B. B.
(Ooloksds PIQ04 fc Ikdubi R. R.)
No. 1 Express 8:30 A. M. " S 00 P, M
No. 2 " 3:00 P. M. 7:0 P. M.
Accommodation.. ' 10t50 A. M.
' i . , . 0. W. Smith, Agent.
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to
be
our
LOCAL MATTERS.
The Adams Express Company places ub dally
under obligations to it for the very latest papers
( rum the eastern cities.
The American Express Company has onf
thanks for its daily favors in tba shape of the
very latest eastern papers. -. '.t .
ET Gov. Dinmbon has appointed J. J. Jan.
hit, of this city, Director of the Ohio Peniten
tiary, la place of Nathaniil Mxeion, resigned.
The latter baa been appointed U. S. Commis
sary.
ET Gov.' J)fnmsoN has pardoned Hamilton
Jordan, who was sent to the Penitentiary for
four years, from Hamilton county, nearly three
years ago, for passing a two dollar counterfeit
bank note. . ,'
ST The annual meeting of the American
Board ol Foreign Missions Is now being neld at
Cleveland. . - : ''. . '
Ohio's Foscc in th Field. The entire
force of Ohio now in active seivice is stated to
be twenty-eight regiments of Infantry, five bat
teries of artillery, and fire companies of caval
ry. 0 this force, twenty-one regiments ol in
fantry,' two batteries and two companies of car-,
airy are Under Kosecrans f two regiments of
Infantry, two batteries and two cavalry compa
nies nndtr.Fjremonl; five regiments of infantry,
one battety-and -one-cavalry .company under
Anderson- , Three more regiments and three
batteries will: be immediately, sent Into Ken
tucky, which will give;Oh.io Inactive service
thirty tegimems of Infantry, eight batteries of
artillery, nod five-companies of cavalry.'
I,, , ll I ! II I I III-.' .
tl Eight secesu prisoners arrived, at Camp
Chase n Monday, making the total number in
camftlftf.V'V:. .
of
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BlhBiVAar ArroiNTMUTS r-Tbe following gen
tlemen werei'po Tuesday last, appointed by the
Commander-in-Chief First and Second Lieuten
ants, ani ontttered into the service by Major
but
bs
on
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FIRST LIEUTENANTS.
John A.1 'Bennett, 1st Regiment - Artillery;
Rofliff. Brenkerboffr 64th 0 Regiment; John B.
NeU,Adjntant46ih Regiment. Lieut. Neil was
t the; Frankfort, Ky., Military School, at the
breaking out of the present rebailion, and tu
driven out by Ike seceealonists, ' . ..
SECOND LIEUTENANTS.
.William Btedman, Cth Reg. Cavalry; Veloras
T.niU, SOth Reg. Infantry; Henry C. Thomas,
SiOtb do. i George F- Nelson, 421 do.; D. A.
Scolt, 43d do. U. D. Gaylord, 41st do.; John
Hv Cherry, SOth do.; Samuel McClaren, 43d
do.; Richard. P." Wright, 43d do.; William J.
Kumoar, Thos. Turner, J, H. Balater, Thomas
T. Clark, Wm. C. Butterfield, David W. Hill,
Willougbby W. Webb, Uoraoe Park, James U.
Coulter, Harwell. Obborn, . John . P. . Kinney,
Lewie H. Webster, Henry Guty,46ia Reelmeutj
N. N Greer, 4Uth Regiment Infantry; Charles
W. Gordan, b2d; 0. B. Crause, 58:h; Oskar
Von Brander, do.; Enlel Arnold, do.; Horace
P. Clougb, 60 lb i C. E Smith, 63d; H, F. Guth
rie,C2d; IsaaeGaes, 64th; Alex. McllValn.do.
P. Rudolph Hooker, do,; Isaao W.JAyres, do.;
WtlUaat O Saw, do.; Clark' S. Grlgg,.65ih;
Henry 8 Mills, do. ; Jacob N, Victor, eo. ; Mar
tin R. WrlKht, 66th:' Versalla Horr, do.; Wm.
Hf Harris do.; William A. ' Sampson, do.;
Samnet MoMorran, do.; Jonas Urury.ao.; Ben
nett Wblteley, dot William Hamilton, do.
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ine
at
city
1T Cpt lAltroBKLi, brought to tho city on
Tnisdailnlgnl'l flae company of stalwart look
ing from Jeffersoa county. They expect to
do er.vjct) ta Kentucky.
trCapl. Lawson, of the Third Ohio RccW
menfcow In Virginia, flU be here tq day; to
reft forth regiment. ' ,;
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IW :ltf
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OTA false end inlamons slander has bean pot
InolrcalAtion in mis city in regaia to uoionei
IsaaO K Marrow's loyalty. It Is most abaa
fnl thi onr pfSoere. should be' thus slandered
whDe.tley ate l"lhf Jleld, b those Vho kre'fi
rr'mi- yr""r late of theSe'cona
Comp'r. '.VMette; arid Mfw ttaoha4 to the
ThlrryisWenj Rglaeui,'took the first prlxs for
off-band target shooting at the match on Tues
day, goWea Pp by tbt Targe, 8hooUii Clftb,
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ID The Seventeenth Regiment, organised at
Clmp Dennlaon, crossed the Ohio river at Cin
olnnatti on Tuesday eveDlog, and took the can
loot on the Kentucky Central Railroad. The
officers of this Regiment are at follows t Colo
nel I. M. Connel, officer of the Camp. Lieu
tenant-Colonel M. F. Moore. Major J. Dur
bin Ward. Adjutant A, J. Davis. Captainr,
Company A, Butterfleld; Company B, Stlnch
ooruli Company C, Riplc' Company Dj Rea
Company E, Rickets; Company 'F$' Ogden
Company G, Haynea; Company H, Yoti Com
pany I, Whlsaon; Company K, Spencer; extra
company, Oetxendanner. ' ;.i Ja v. 1 - .
ut?" The Thirty seventh (German) Regiment,
Col. Sibca, from Camp Brown, pear, Cleveland
passed through the city last night, on their way
to Camp Dennison,., A torgh-light procession
went up t) the depot some time before their ar
rival. They were greet ed by a large couoo'urseof
our German and other citizens, and partoos ota
collation which had been prepared for them
They are a fine body of troopa, gathered from
different parts of the Slate, and will no doubt do
effective service ou the soil of Kentucky, which
supposed to be their destination.1, '.. ''
ID The officers of the Coldstream Zouaves,
attached to the Forty sUth , Regiment at Camp
Lyon, are H. CGtaar, Captain; Eo. N. Up
ton, First Lieutenant; Joseph Millin, Seoond
Lieutenant. . , '"'... '.
O Two Regiments were to leave Camp Dec-
niaon for iventnokv yoateraay. anu juo is to
leave to-day. . .! ,'; V ,., . ' ,'"
How to Msisuai Corn in a Cris. A writer
the Prairie Farmer says it may be done by
multiplying the length, breadth, and height to
gether In feet; multiplying this product by four,
strike off the right figure, and the result will
shelled bushels. He finds this rule reliable
ET Several (companies of the Forty-sixth
Regiment marched from Camp Lyon, near
Worthingtdn, to the city yesterday, and after
remaining In town a few bonrs, returned to their
oamp. Their appearance excited general ad
miration. '
ID Maar McElhanxv was before the Mayor
yesterday on two charges of theft iu the larceny
clothing. On the one charge, she was sent
prison for thirty days, and on the other, for
twenty, .... '. . ; ,'v'. '..
O We find the following in an exchange:
There Is a rumor from Washington that the
Abolitionists, who assail the President, are to
sent to Fort Lafayette. . That would serve
tbem exactly right. ... --. ,.
07 Can it be that Cincinnati lain any dan-
ert At this rate, bow long will it be before
uffalo must be cut in a state of defense, and
Home Guards called into the field? Buffalo
Sureenough. Huw long ! -
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The Medical Facultv and " Kxnnidt'b
Medical Discovery." Pbysioians aro very
guarded In their remarks respecting any medi
that may be Introduced to the .public, cs
penally If the discoverer has not received
medical education, and we honor them for their
preoaotion and good judgment. Be! the cures
humors that have been made by "Kennedy's
Medical Discovery" have astonished eves the
learned doctors, and as they have stood by the
bedside of a patient and seen the favorable re
suits arising from the use of this medicine in
cases of Scrofula, Erysipelas, etc eta , they
have beed led to exclaim, as did one of the
most distinguished physicians of onr State (Dr.
Whitney of Dedbam), "Whatever tht'pudicine
tt u aouMltu the but oj tit kina; kief an tciri
by all meant." .
Baltimore Clothing HonsrJ,
aUMorAOTCBHS alio waouaaLi diaum
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
' No. 308 W. Baltimore-strect,: :
(arrWVJOt UBfJlTT ADD lOWAED,)
IIALTIJnOIII
Large Assortment of Fleet aid furnish in
Ooods Constantly on Band
OotSMilll
'I
GUERNSEY'S BALM!
GUERNSEY'S CALM
REMOVES AND FKEVF.NTS I N
taaunatioa and pain, and heala Um worst burn,
scald, bruise, cut .or fresh wooud of any- kind, prevents
swellrn( and pain from be stlnrs, mosqnlto bites, and
poisonous plants, neuralgia, - rhramatlam, arns in the
Breast, sail rnsnm, ate. vrnrn tason internanv, it mil
positively euro eroup Inehlldren.aiid gives Immedlats
relief In ths worst east ol this terrible complaint; also,
removes boarseneas and sore ttrroat. Price, (3 cents
bottle, Should bs in tve i jhonte. Tor sals by Drug
gists and Storekeepers. . V IRVIrf BTONE,
ooie rronnewr, sr . mpruce St., new lora '
estfdawtyis ' . . ;
Ko real Justice oaa bs dona ths above proparatlons
by procuring and readiuf descrlptivs paniilts4 ,
found with all dealers, or will be sent by rrovrtelor
demand. formulas and Trial Bottles sent to Physl
elans, who will lad developments In both worthy tlieii
aoceptanos and approval. . , , . ;
Oorreapoodsnos solicited from all wlioas necesiilles ot
eurioslty prompts to a trial of ths above reliable item
dies, f '
let sale by (he Usus wholesale ami retail dealer
everywhere. . i . 4 ji : 1;.;. v
JOHN l. nfJimEWELL. l'ronrieto
chimibt anO riiAasiAotuTieT,"
No. 0 Commercial 'Wharf, Boston, Mais.
Roberts Sa Samuel, N. B. llsrple, J, B. Conk, J. H
Denlg, 0. Denig 4, guns, A, i. Bchuollcr JiSon, Agents
Columbus. Ohio. ' ' nurl-dly
Master Commissioner's
Sale.
John L. Oil I
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st al.)
Superior Court.
Amos . Hall
BTVIHTHE WFANUKin;HU'Al.E
to me directed, from the Superior Court ot Vrank-
Oounty, Ohio, I wlir offer fur sale, at the door ot
court House, In the city 01 coluuitms, on
Saturday, tbe Sth day of Oct-, A. D. 1SC1,
1 o'oloek. P. si., la fnllowln dosrilbed real estate.
Situate In the eonntv or Vranklln. and State of Ohio, to
win bot number 13, of John Morrison's suridiviaion of
, 0, 7, a aud 35 of John klorrlion'a add itlon to Ihs
or uoiuatbu. JhV.i .s. .J
Appraistat l,850.. f , , xit.,it. .
rrialexe lees 8.l0. - ' , .
. t O'. W IlliFFM AN, Sheriff
- ;:;; a a4ttalr Commissioner
H.O. Noble, Atty.
au3l-td. - .-'t. vrt.".i
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Master Commissioner's Sale. '
Joshua Baldwin's adm'ra . .
vs. court of Common Piesi-
RlchardBnowdenetaI. - '- T.. , 1 "
ni viitTCE of Atf OBDEnorsiiv
XJ to me directed from the Court of Common Fleas of
Vranklln connty, unio, 1 win oirer for sale at ths door
ths Court House, In ths city of Columbus, Ohio, on
Saturday, the Si day of November, A. D. 1861,
on o'eleok, P. M., the following premlaes,' lltnats In
ths City of Columbus, Franklin oounly,0., to wit:
In-Ut No. 303; also, lots Nos. 14, IS, 18, 17, 18, 19,
xi ana w, or cnowaen s sHouinnoa m vui-bois aos
J and W of said etty.
Appraised atf lot Ho. J0J er... ....... .J 500 04 .
i-", Am(M.ltan415,at47&00iioh.
j n'j v ' 1. 1 and 17. at too 00 ,
ft ''. -U e 1,"- - ' W. at J40 00. I..
Jrin'ar'S fttf 5,M, .
and Master Ouaiaiiuluoer.
ispiruwia
B'onn hi "M&uo4 taPU
UOUSA,aswatyles,jastpn(dby .
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.aprlli.
A IU Ax lOVw...
Is. UaaaUtBiaAitwUl
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ETKl.t.AI'IT --4At ,, W ATKH-PUOOsT
CbOASl OkOIHSiAkm. other makes of Surlns
Cloak cloths, la all desirable mixtures Bindings, Tea
sels and sattens W SMtoa. hair son.
auriU lf. VuUBlhltr
TELEGRAPHIC.
Proclamation by Gov. Morton.
Indianapolis, Oct. 1. The morning papers
or this city win issue an address from uov.
Morton, calling on the citizens of Indiana to
enroll themselves under the militia law of
the State, for the protection of on own bor
ders. ,: . - -
Reports received here from Evansvllle to
day, state that on Saturday evening 2,000 rebel
lulantry, and 1,500 cavalry were 'at White
Plains, 15 miles from Hopkinsville, Ky., march
log on Henderson. ''...'
Fremont Preparing to Strike a Big
Blow—Organization of the State
Forces.
[Special to the St. Louis Democrat.]
JEfFEasoN Citt. Oot. 1. A boiler of a loco
motive. BUndlna on the Paoiflo Railroad track
at Tipton, exploded yesterday morning, scatter
ing some or the Iragmeots to tne aistanoe oi a
quarter of a mile. Tbe engineer and fireman
were standing on the box, and two or three reg
Iments sf troops were near, but "nobody was
hurt," .
Mrs. Fremont arrived here from St. Louis,
tbls afternoon, and was received at tbe depot by
tbe General and staff and a detachment of his
body-guard, and eaoortad to tbe camp.
ueneral rremoiit receives numerous visitors
dally, who desire him to .lend a regiment to this
place and that in the Interior, tor toe protection
of Union men'e property; but be is obliged to
disappoint all auch applicant!, as hs is deter
mined to send out no more small oodles of
troops t be surrounded and taken prisoners,
He is colon to strike altogether this time.
When Price, and the main body of tbe rebel ar
my is annihilated, be will then see to tbe pro
teotlon of every Union man In the Bute. ' .
cicueral Smith. Adjutant Geueral ol tb
State, ia bere bard at work issuing commissions
tbe officers of the State lorcea organizing
under Governor Gamble's call, lie gives as
surances that the forty-two thousand volunteers
called lor will bo obtained wltbout trouble
[Special to the St. Louis Republican.]
Booneville. Oct. 1. Glasgow. Sedalia and
Georgetown were reported quiet at tbe latest
aocouuts, but it is not improbable that we may
bear at any lime of a skirmish between our own
and tbe rebel pickets at tbe latter place ; as
Price's men are said to be in that vicinity.
1 lie recoostruotlou of the telegraph line to
Syracuse, Sedalia and Georgetown will be com
menced to-morrow, by order of Geo- Fremont.
blxty rebels from Lexington plundered tbe
Lunatlo Asylum at Fulton, Galloway Co., a day
or two since, of five hundred blankets, all tbe
bed clothes, and a number of socks, giving aa
an excute that tbe Asylum belonged to the
State, and they bad a right to tbe property.
ueneral rope has not yet left, as previously
reported, but is anxiously awaiting orders to
tako the fluid.
Boston, Oot. l.Lieuta. Bool P. Loval and
N. P. Butte, of tbe sloop of war Constellation.
arrived at Porismoutb, and were sent to day to
Fort Lafayette, for having refused to take the
oath of allegiance. Both were Virginians
Lieutenant H. K. Stevens, late of the Ports
mouth, was also sent to the same place for the
sume reason.
Secession of the Cherokees Confirmed
—A Regiment of Creek Indians for
the Confederacy.
St, Louis, Oct. 1. Rer. Mr. Robinson. Mis-
sionary teacher in the Cherokee nation, has ar
rived, lierepotti Cbiet John Robs finally auo
combed to the secession pressure. August 2Uth
ne ciiiea, me council torotber at Taleauah.
Sent in a message recommending a severance
of their connection with the United States, and
an alliance with the Sonthern Confederacy.
Tbe Counoil approved the recommendation,
and appointed Commissioners to make a treaty
with tbe Southern Government. The Confed
erate Commissioner assumed tho payment of an
nuities hitherto received by tbe Chorokees from
our Government. Tbe Creeks have raised ten
tiiousaud men for service in the Confederate ar
my, and the Oberokees have formed a home
guard twclre hundred strong;
it appears tbe troops sent into Arkansas bv
Bcu, McCalloch, after tbe battle of Springfield,
were posted on the border of the Cherokee na
tion to intimidate the Council and force John
Hoe to yield to the demand ot tbe rebels.
Lol. St. (Jeorao Cook, of tbe Utah forces.
nrrived to-day. Ilia regulars, sis hundred
in number, will reach Foit Leavenworth in
tlireo or' four days. "
Breckinridge and Powell Requested
to Resign.
Frank kort, Oct. 1 At the afternoon session
of the Senate, yesterday, Senator Wbitaker
otiereu a resolution reques log John C. JJreck
iuridge and Lazarus W. Powell to resign their
seats as Senators in Congress, as tbey do not
represent toe will of tbe people of Kentucky!
and if they decline t comply, the Senate of tbe
united & tales la rcspectlnlly requested to In
vestigate their conduct, and if found to be in
opposition to the Federal Government, that tbey
expel tbem from tbelr seat. ' Tbey were passed
try a vote of SO to 5, and sent to tbe House,
which adjourned without action npon them
This morning tbey came op as tbe unfinished
business of the House, and a suspension of the
rules to consider It was refused by a vote of 40
to3U.
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Arrival of the Hibernia.
FAaTWa Point, Oot. 1 The steamer Giber.
nia from Quebeo arrived at Liverpool on the
16 alt, ''
Sales or cotton at Liverpool for three days
were- 70,000 bales. Tbe market bad an up.
ward tendency and a rise ot i bad taken
place. Breadstuff firmer, and upward tend
eucy. Provisions quiet and steady. Consols
olosed at London 00 Thursday at 9394
lor money.
Tbe French Government refuses to allow
tbeir officers to join toe U. 8 Army,
ine ureal eastern nas arrived, Tbe gale
the encountered was a fearlul one, and twenty
five ol her passengers sustained fraotures occa
sioned by tbe tremendous rolling of the ship.
1 lie aociueoi is maioiy attnoutaoie to tne
breaking of the rudder. .
Ibe St. Leper was won by xlolliveur, beating
Kettledrum by a bead. -
A letter in tbe Times says East India cotton
Is. regarded wllb Increasing favor it makes
beautu'ul cloth, and takes dye better than Amer
ican.' The Times brings forward evidence
showing tbat so far from American oottoo being
arbiter bt England's destinies, her emanci
pation from all uetd of it ia perhaps a Question
ot eight or nine million pounds sterling.
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sue runs sjuine was urm anu. ammatea.
Rentes closed tbe 18ih G9i 25o. , .
Italian journals express considerable uncer
tainly as tu Garibaldi's ultimate decision about
comiug co America, aud ask what is to beome
ot luiy in case be should.
Uusseii'a late letter to tbe i imes eulogises
the army of the Potomao, and says It wiU justi
fy the expe nations, and treata the Hatteras
Inlet affair as Important. Tho Times editori
ally does not think It of much importance, but
speaks of the approaching expedition down the
Mississippi as very Important, but less certain
of execution. ' It also says tbe South bas shown
herself able to resist subjugation, and tbla fact
sbould have suftrceted a suspension ol so profit
less a strife. Tbe Times says tbe invitation to
Garibaldi Is very humiliating to tbe Amerloan
Government. .-
A Paris telegram officially denies that Garl
baldils ooming to America. -. '
.' Manchester advices are unfavorable. '
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Meeting of the American Board of
Foreign Missions.
'CiivEtAwo, 0., Oct. 1 The Amerlcao
Board of. oreio Misalous met this r. M
Jude Sirotjo-, ot fenDsylvaola, presiding. Tbe
annual sermon was delivered by Dr. Btorrs, ol
Brooklyn... The .Treasurer's report snows a
total expenditure of 1370.000, and a deficit ol
less than $38,000. - -
Gen. Polk at Mayfield, Ky., with
20,000 Men.
. Cairo, III,, Oot. 1, Troop stitloneJ at Nor
folk have bees ordered to retire to Bird's
Paint.' ' .-... l ... .: .1 .1 ... - i
vThcVe'ari epor,ts"ln"clrealatl'oia tj tba tffect
thai wav witu. xu.uuo rmn, bad taken poesee
ion Majuaia? ivy,
; ETotythlDj U inlet here and at Padneah: '
' rHrUotLfHlf, Oot. IMThe new rooboat
Iusoa was launched to-day it Hlomaa s Stuoh
er't sblp yard. The guoboal Toboma, buUt al
Wilmlugten, will be laonohed to morrow saorn
log.
From Washington.
Washwotok, Oot. 1.-4. large company of
telecranh men and bride Duuoers are at
work to-day on tbe Vlrmla side of the Po
tomae. Great activity (revalls along our
linns.
There are no signs of ay movement of the
enemy to day, and no nw alarms occurred
last, night. All tbe troop on this side of too
Potomac are in readine for an Immediate
marob. - ... 1
It la renorled that tbe rebus sre strongly post
ed at Fairfax Court Ilouse,ond also that tbey
have several regiments belor Leesburg.
Prince Balm Salm was iome time aeo ap
pointed, bnt at bis own rquest a change has
been made, and be is nop attached to Gen.
Blenker's staff. , 1
The following appointmeits lor tbe volunteer
service have been made tcday : puianciuon
S. Wade, ofOalo; Lovell S.loseeln, Kentucky,
and Alvin Schrep, of tbe Ditriot of Colombia,
late examiners in the Pateal Office, to be Brig
adier Generals.
Maior Hunt. United StatetArtiiiery , has been
appointed Aid de-Camp to Grn. MeCellan, with
tbe rank of Colonel. . .
Cantaln CooDlnaer. an EiRlran oiiloer, late
In tbe Papal military service has been commis
sioned a captain in onr volmieer service, on
the reoommendatlon of his loliness tbe Pope.
This makes tbe fifth Eunpean moaaroh who
bas reoom mended officers tor service in the
United States.
This morning tbe Island Belle come tp. She
reports all quiet down tbe Potomaci to firing
from tbe rebel batteries bsvlog occurred since
Thursday. . ,
No change ol the Federal troops on tba Vir
ginia side bas taken place alnce yesterday .
Tbe rebel pickets still occupy tbe lower end
of Fall's Church on the Hue of tbe railroad
Tbe troope of neither army are in possession of
Lewlnsville. OuipltkeU extend ouly to Lonr
ley from the Cbalu Bridge. Longley aud Le
tneville are three miles apart.
A contraband came into camp this morning
and was taken to Gen McDowell's headquar
ters at Upton's Hill, and stated that he was the
servant or tbe surgeon of tbe ruteentb Ueorgla
ttegiment, whicn was encamped four miles from
Fall's Church. He also said that there are no
rebel troops except those just mentioned, and
mere were no lortiuoations tola side 01 cainax
Court House. He gave as a reason for the re
oent precipitate retreat of the rebel army as
mentioned by ofiloers in bis hearing, that they
were fearful of a flankine movement by the
general army from tbe direction ot Lewlnsville,
tnat be beard bis master say on Thursday last.
that tbe fortifications on the river below Wash
ington were very expensive, and that General
Beauregard had given orders to close the navi
gation of tbe Potomac to our vessels.
From Fortress Monroe.
Fort Monroe, Oct. 1. Tbe steamer Soanld-
ing bas not yet arrived bere from Hatteras In
let.
Flags of truce to-day conveyed a number of
wounded reOels, made prisoners In Western
Virglula, to Craney Island.
Arrival of the Niagara.
Sr. Johns, N. F.. Oct. 2 Tbe Niagara. from
Liverpool 81st, Queenstown S2d, pissed Cape
Race this morning. Her dates are two days
later than the Bohemian's.
It Is inferred from an article In the Moniteur.
that tbe going of Garibaldi to America would
suit the French policy.
The Great Eastern, after considerable trouble
and anxiety In regard to her, had arrived at
Queenstown.
Tbe London Times ridicules the Anneal of
Mr. Chase, tbe Secretary of tbe Treasury, at
w asntngton, lor a loan.
COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
New York Market.
NEW YORK, Oct. 1.
FLOUR-Stlll miss In favor of ths buyers, with a
good business doing fer export sod horns eonstunntlon
ales of i.CuO barrels at $ $ 0i$3 10 for rejected; S3 20
95 30 for asper&ne state; IS 4333 53 for extra state;
S3 S03S 30 for superfine western: S3 4303 'i0 for com
mon to medium extra western; 13 70S3 BO for shipping
brsnds sxtra round boop Ohio; and 15 906 30 for trade
brands do; market doling very firm. Canadian Bonron
ly la moderate request, and prices slightly In favor of
ths buyer; sales ot 730 barrels at 15 SOj)5 S3 for super
fine; and 3 4538 50 for common Wholes extra. Bye
floor quiet and steady 2 754 00.
CORN MB AL Quiet, end nominally unchanged.
WHISKY firmer, with sales of 950 bblsatSlK
HHe.
WHEAT Prime Winter red scares, and In fair de
mand for export at lo advaooe, while pretty much all
kinds are dull, and slightly in favor of buyers; sales of
000 bush Chicago sptlna at 11 HS1 18; 13,000 bush
tUotoo spring a 11 161 10; 13,000 do Milwaukee Club
atei ivil liu; 30 uou do Amber lowest (1 StKil 81;
1,000 do Hed Kentucky at 11 19; xS.OOO do winter red
weatsrnat SI 3$1 31; SrJ.OOO do at II 3D; 10.000 do
white Mlehlsanattl 361 30; 8,000 do white Kentucky
HY a Quiet and firm. Sales 6,000 bushels Northern
iu, to arrive.
BARLEY- Quiet and steady: sales of 6000 bush Cans
dlan on nrivals terms.
CORN Scarce, and prices havs advanced about lo per
both; sales of 130 000 bush at 3Uo for damaged mixed
Westsrn: 513J for Inferior to oboios do: &KS54e for
eastern do: bi&ii for sbioplni do: oloalna- at Sim
Xc; 339360 for Western yellow; and COc for while
Western.
OAT8 In modsratt request, at 3033o for Canadian:
and 34435 Xo for western and state.
PORK More ectlve and firmer; sales ot 3,000 bbls at
lit &&St4 73 for mess; 113 30 for uninspected do; and
3O1000 for prime.
To;al stock of old and new, Oct. 1st, '81, 40.838 bbls;
same date last month. 51.3C2 do: same date last sear.
34,649 do.
BKKf The market continues steady, with sales of
bbls at 14 004 SO for country prima; 3 0093 SO
dt mess; 1991l SS for repacked mess) 913 75913 50
sxtra mess.
Tout stock of old and new, Oct. 1, 1B01, 13,059 pack
ages: lame dais Last month, 17,994 do;Edo last year,
1S.V18 do.
rrime mess beer ana beef muas continue dull and
nominally ths same.
OCT MIAT4 Kale quite flrmi we notice salts of t5
casks shoulders at Sot and S (4148X0 for hams
BAOON Continues steady, with a moderate butlness
doing.
iiAKD bees sours, bat tne market is without Im
portant obange; sales of 800 bbls at 1X99X0.
nU f Tii A fair bualueas doing at T lie for Ohio;
and 13915a for slate
CHBKoS 8 sedy. at S97e for oemmoa to prim.
OOyrsR Bio eontlnaea firm; sates .800 baia at
15Woi 8,059 bags Mararaibo at l7Xe.
rtJGARs More active and firmer! reflnarr anoted at
798Xo; sales of 9.830 hhda Ouba at 7k9Msi Includ
ioi nuas rorte moo at eo, and tw poxes uavanna at
7Xo.
MOtiASBIB In moderate request, and the market
very arm: salss of tl btida oommon rorto Rica al 30o:
and 13 bhds prim do at 40o.
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, Oct. 1.
- on any
isst tea days, merely because of tbe dlffloolty aitending
abtpment. We quote the minimum rant of sapernne
S3 90, though pnrohass have keen made at 3o lees.
Sellers are not willing to a:oepta lower fliurs as the
standard of ths market. Extras range at ti 1394 83,
family at 14 31X34 SO.
W HI AT Had alaa a haavv market for the eanses
abovtahowa, and w reduce the prloe to 7597Sc for
prim red, and S3 to 90j for waits; tne ouuiae ngures
may ne regarded aa extieme.
UUKM UommacdS -So readily.
OATS Ate quoted at an advance of one cent a buihsl
the prlr current throughout the week, and sell
resauy atuso
Bahlby Has a nominal marMtattac.
KYB is enliy bought at 3dc.
Will jKX Was to day again restored to Ho, and had
market.
rsaJy ,
vommtrtuu.
Cleveland Market.
CLEVELAND, Oct. 1.
FLOUR Ho sales of Importance.
WHEAT Lower and oulat. Sales of 1 oar rsdon
track at 94c! 100 bush, all t at lame; t ear (hole red
ettfio, end Joart white at 87o.: i . i
CORN Quiet at S&AU40.
OATS Sales of 1 car at Mtfe and 1 lo at S3.
HIGH WINBS Salss of S3 bbls at 16o.
BUl'TSR eales of 14 flrklni pooral So.
EQUS Blither and sslllng at Bt.
DKIKD AfPLBS Sales at 5c,
POKE Salss of No. I memat13. '
Ltadtr.
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Bale of Real Estate) br oxler of Court
M
f. Finch. )
vs.
irowaetal.l
Buperlor Oonrt ef Franklin Oounty,
Joha Brew
tf parsuano of an ordsr ot tbe Superior Court of
, r ranklin oounty, unio,maoe a. we saiay era inerew.
A.D. ltwl. In the above entities, action, mere win e
offered (or sal, al public auction, to in signeti bidder,
ea
Saturday, the 5tta day of Oot, A. P. 1661,
at th hour of 10 o'clock A.M., at ths door of the Oonrt
Ho, la the eity of Oolumbas, la said franklin county,
tbe following real eetete, to will - ,
la-lot number aw or nooen neii s aauiuon q ue eiry
f Columbus, being th north ee.t comer of Lookwbi
tarnplk as jonneurwn plana rw. .m r .....
Appraised at fl,mw.M. -..v-ti as 'jj
'' 1 Bpeclal Master Comalmiooer. '
I. fc-H. Chittenden, Atty.
PrtBr'sfeee,M.85.
Aug. St, Wol-wtw.
si.
qpHE OHIO STATESMAN .STEAM
b BOOK AN0
JOU
PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT
' - Having Increased lu'aireaily,
.r;.;.i
EXTENSIVE
, ; . ,1 .
PAOlLIT.lBe,
M 1 .1 ! U 1 1
Is fully preparsd to etecutS In tli
M08T, E LABOR AT BiMANlfErt,
AMD IN
. ... i .
is
THE . LATEST STVLEt,
OATAioatns,
BRIEP8,
BILLS LASina,
BILL DIADS;
NOTES,
DRAFTS,
OHK0K9,
OIKOULAB.B, .
PAUPIILETa,
Lima niAss,
' LlQAt BLANKS,
DIUY BE0IIPT8,
LABELS. CARDS,
j. . '
ENVELOPES,
RAILROAD, INSURANCE,
And every description of
LETTER PRESS FBINTIN6,
E'ual to any EitabUlUment In the State, and upon
terms Which will compare avorably with ths -leading
Eastern Printing Hooks.1
Having
.every Facility to aid TJsi
IN TBE PRODUCTION OV
ELEO-ANT POSTERS
a kd
HIGHLY ILLUMINATED
SHOW CARDS,
W offer our service, to all who may deslr that class
of work
We bavs connected with oar stabuahmtnt a -
BLANK BOOK BLNDERY,
From whi we produce the
XUxtoaBt DE31nxxlc Worlt
Aim thi atoar
B i PE i. RAIL EOAD SLASZ BOO
OTJR TABLISHMENT
Is to bsadmltteJ
T11U Ts A "FLGrin&T
COMPLETE IN FACILITIES,
am tu aton. -
't-r
PERFECT IN OKOAlfrf ATION
- Is this City, and w may add, . .
... ... . : i
WB WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE
WOT ANT '
Printing Hsite a the Weat.
JXICnABD NEVIUS,
' ' fBOPKHETOR.
Sheriffs Sale.
W ray Thomas
'ray Thomas
v.
I A. Brown stal.)
iperlor Court.
Edward i
BTTIRTCB OT A WRIT OF TENDI
to me directed. Sroa th Baperlor Oourt of frank
lln county. Ohm. I will otr fex sale at th door of th
Oonrt lions, la theclty of Columbus. Ohio,
On Saturday, Oetobei Sth, 1861, .
at ot o'clock, P. at., th following premises, attest In
th county of f ranklla, sad But C Ohio, and bound
ed as follows, to wit:
that tract or parcel of land tying east of the elty ef Co
lumbus, belag a subdivision of half section No. SS, town
ship Mo. S, rang No. W, Betuge lands, and described
on a oortatn plat recorded In th office of th Recorder
In and for said franklin oounty, la Book No. SI, per
U (refsraoo the rate being hereby maws), a lot Mo. xtf,
containing ivn acres ana svniy-sven one-nuoo
cedths of an acre (11 77 IvfJ). and which was oonv. yed to
i yali a nana by donn uretin.es, aau ky sal vyaii a
Davis and wi'e to d ward A. Brawn, by deed dated Ootoher
7th, A. D IBM and recorded in Book No. 81, page 178,
In th Beoorder omc in said rranklln oounty! u
above premise hereby a aforesaid eeerveyed, feeiox sub
ject, in ths hands of thasatd Bdward A. Brown, I th
claim ot nis motnsr, uaroiin vrown, lor toe onarg ana
xpene of her reasonable aad eomlortabii support ana
malBtenanee during her natural life.
Also, the following described real estate, sltuat in fh
oounty of franklin, and State of Ohio, to wttr th
west half of iot.no. m.ia to wuinivuioa or nan teo
tlon No. S3, township No S, raoge no. Ss, aa made and
described bs a oertain plat reoonled IS tbe Beoorder's
offio of Frank Us oounty, la Book N. SI. pge W (It.
fug lands); th whol of said lot containing eleven
and seven ty-three hundredths or an acre (11 73 100), and
baloc tbe same land that was conveyed to the said Kva'l
Davis by John Oralghton, and by said Byall At Davit
and wlf to 0 on tan tin Jobaioo, by deed dated Ootoher
7ih, A. D. 18S0 and reeordeS In Book No. OL, page 175,
In th Besorder'e omo of said f tanklla oountv. .
Appraised at Lot No. 89 H5u0dper'acrei
t nesiusiioiiioiiio.xa.aiioii vu "
4 , .., . 0. W. HOFfMAM, Bhefiff.','
,. , By In. Dayu, Deputy.'
. J. 0. Baastat. All'y. ,,' ,' ,, . . ;
P,tnto,-.fee.10W. ...J; '
EXTRA WniTR vTRRtT riVBe
BXTBA BBD WHBAT ILOUB. t
Sugar Oared nam. ' - -" -' :
' Sugar Onrad Beef . .')-.
Bugar Cured Tongue. ':--..
W. tV. Cbees.
Plne-Appl Chtt. ' -' -
. Pish aad Salt. - .
Teas and Coffee. . ..
; la store, for aaiebw -' . L'i..U
i septM Seatli tfitrSk frtteet.
i .. .
-i Iv'T
.J Jltl
TMimTDiH oov oKnirtib mulct itoki
aOAP, V!. H-ixsTfiAtrx.
p90-lw VN Svta Big a Btrvst
It
'
In
th
th
MILLIONS OF MONEY
For an Inch of Time!
WAS OSCE IBE EXCLA9tATIO?f OT
a dying Queen. Tbat inch of time oaa be procur
ed st a muob sbeaper rale, and many long year of
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
njoytd by consulting Dr. MEBRTWB ATBIB, who
Is euring the most obitlnate and long atandlng dlaeaies
of the LONQ8, HS ART. LIVER. KIDNIId, BL.AD
IlSB. STOMACH RHBUMATISM DI8EASBB PSOC.
LIAR TO FEMALES, BKIN IlISSASES, AND ALL
AyfECIIONS Of THB JK1B AMD BAB.
Facts are Vtnbbern Thing;!
' Hear what the Philadelphia eorrespendent says in the
"Onmmonweallb," Wilmington. Delaware, 9th of April,
1859:
"An Xnsllsh gentleman, formerly connected with the
Briliah Army, and who styles blmself the 'Indian
Botanic Physician ' bas of 1st gained an extensive repu
tation bere by his skill in curing all manner or oom
plalDts. Borne of his patisnU 1 have eonversed with,
and tbey pronounce his remedies and mode of treatment
as vsry superior. Borne have been restored aa If by
magic. The medicine he use I distilled by blmself
from various herbs possessing rar curative properties.
"While aetli't: to toe army he devoted his lelsur mo
ments to a thorough study of ths eOeoU produced hy
certain meaicioai roots ana nero on an manner or dis
eases. It seems be has found a sure and speedy reme
dy forall the tils that flesh I heir to.' Bis practio Is
airvaoy extensive ana is aanv increasing, in tne oom
plaints le which Female are raojeoted, he hs ne equal
as a large number her have testified that they owe not
only their present a-cod health, but their lives, lo tbe
skill of this Indian Butanlo Physician." .
Office 37 East State Street, Colnmbas.
angl7-d3m .;: .', 1, ... ' ,
PROF. L. MILLER'S
HAIR INVIGORATOR
An Effeotlve, Safe and Eoonomioal
Compound,
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR
To Its original oolor without dyeing, and preventing
tiatr trom turning gray.
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
And earing It, whan there I th least partloUof Tttali
or recuperative energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUF
And all outaneous affections of th Boalp.
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparting to It aa oneqalcd sloes and brilliancy, maklnt
aoft and silky ia Its texture, and causing 11 to cut!
reaauy.
I tie great Mieonty ana increasing demand for this an
equaled preparation, oonvtnoe the proprietor that one
trial la only necessary to satisfy a discerning public of Its
superior qualities over any other preparation in as. It
oieanse th head and scalp from dandruff and other
cutaneous diseases, causing th hair to grow luxuriantly
giving it a rich, aoft. glossy and flexible appearance), an
also, when the hair ts looming and thinning, U will rtv
strength and vigor tdthe roots and restore tbe growth to
hose part which hav become bald, causing it to yield a
reen oovering or nair.
There are hundreds of ladles and geatlsmea In Mew
Tore who have had their hair restored by tbe use or this
Invigorator, when all other preparations have failed. L.
M. has in his possession letter Innumerable testifying
to th above facta, from persons of the highest redaec la
bility. It will effectually prevent the hair from turnint
until the latest period of lilei and In eases where'the hair
has already changed im oolor, the as of the Invigorator
will with certainty reato,r it to it to it original hue, giv
ing It a dark, glossy appearance. As a perfum for th
toilet and a lieir uestorauv it is particularly recom
mended, having an agreeable fragranoe; and the great ta
ct 11 tiea It affords in dressing the hair, which, when moist
with the Invlfcorator, can be dressed In any required
form to a topreserv It plam, whether plalnlor la curls;
bene th great demand for it by the ladle aa a standard
toilet article which none ought to be without, the pric
puce it witnin in reacn or an, nemg
Only Twenty-Fire Cent.
pet bo Hie, to be bad at all respectable Druggists and
reiivmer.
L. KILLEB. would call th attention of Parents and
Guardians to the use or nil Invigorator, In cases whore
th children' hair Incline to be weak. The use of it
lava the) foundation for aeood Aeod of hair, a It re
move any impurities that amy hav become connected
with the scalp, the removal of which la necessary both
for th health of tba child, and th future .appearance of
Itaaair. .; ....
Carmen. Nose genuine without tb fao-slml! LOOTS
HILLBlt being on trie outer wrapper! also, a,, aiib
LKB,' BAU XMTI00BA10K, ti. Y-, blown la th
glass.
Wholes I Dep4,( Dey street, and M by alt the
principal Merchants and Druggist throughout th world
Liberal aisoeont to pasonasers ey ana qmtButy.
I alto desire to present to tb American Publlo my .. .'
JTKW" AHD IHPSOTED JXSUXTUteDVt
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, aftar year of scientlflo experimenting, I hav
brought to perfection. It dye Black or Brown Instantly
wlthoutlnjury to th. Balr or BkU; warranted tb nasi
articl of th kind In axis tan oe. -
PRICE, ONLY 50 CENTS.- .
Depot, 56 Dey St., New York.
oeewidawiy. -
BAEST&SONV
- HO. 89 SOUTH HIGH STRUT,
A. RE NOW OFFKRINw
1,000 yards Ssoer PUIa Black SUks at l 00 value
II 85 peryard. -
2,500 yard Traveling Drttt and Mantle Goods ;
1 1 eentt value 20 eenta pat yard.
S,000 yards Whit BrUllantea at 12 1-2 cents
valu 80 oso taper jard. ;
8.0CO yards fin and Domsatl OIngbams greatly un
der value.
; -AiiiOr-LARGE
AND DESIRABLE LOTS OP
KOZ&kBIQTjis. UtZ0BlTSS,!T7 , '"7
CHAIXIS, VOTTLASO SHiS, '
ERQLISH BAREQES, LiVELLAS,
i LaWsTS, CALICOES, FOPIERTS,
AND ALL OTHER . . ,f
New and Fsmhionabla I3retl OooCL
th most desirable styles and at very loatrs prlee.
all materials, mad In th most stylish manner aftei
latest Ptrla Fashion th most alsgant styles
eity. . i
" BAIN At BON,
may 30 So. 29 Bonth High street.
coLUninuo .
WHOLESALE LIQUOR STORE.
LAOELLE ROSS & Co ,
Commission Jllerchants,
' " 1MP0BTIBS AND DBALKES W V?. .'. .'V .
' FOBEiajT ABD rOMESTIC
... .r .,,,'if.. ' " . '
WirJEG, BRANDIES,
Old RyeMonoiigaliela Bourlbn
k " ' i v.sii
WHISKY.
WA&inOTJEB AUD OIIIOI, S94 SOUTH BIQH IT.,
' " -i columb'ds, omo. 1 ;
diyie.-'v''. r- j. . .
vTlWriW MMtilMSl ttSSLHIaT sf- ii i .' 1 '
JJevt .IA10 DBBSB SILB.S, fS n."
! .. . -mAOJ VKJBBSt lL,a.B,, J . i r
W ara now oSertn ear tssmeDM wtook of Faaey Dree
Vliaa at price sees wan ever ueiw .u.rw, ia wnfuv
w, .. .... lal m lhl.lui. viaiatV la
1HHUBHII V. wwvw w ' ' '
aolMitsd, a our stock I wry select aud complete In all
vanes vi iwn law - - - - - r
bovvs. ste. W south Hick strest
"Jhey go, Right to the Spot!
Instant Belief ) lisp)ar Coifk
Parity yBr Breath!
, - trng-tben yonr Valref
- Ti-'"f
THROAT CONFECTIONS
' - aaa
GOOD FOR CLERGYMEN,
GOOD FOR LECTURERS, ,
GOOD FOR PUBLIC SPEAKERS,
GOOD FOR SINGERS, '
t GOOD FOR CONSUMPTIVES.
' aiNTLEMIS OABBT
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTION;'
. LADIBS ABB DXLIOfJTKD WITH
11
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS.
CniLDBIlf OBT f OB
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS.'
They relieve a Congh InsUntlj.
They clear the Throat.
They give strength and volume to the voice.
They impart a delicious aroma to the breath.
Tbey are delightful to the taste.
Tbey are made of simple herbs and cannot
harm any one.
I advls every on who ha a Cough or a husky Vole
or a Bad Breatn, or any dlflloulty of th Throat, to gat
a package cf my Throat Confections; tbey will rellev
yon Instantly, and yoa will agree with m that 'Ihsy
go right to th spot " Von will find them vsry nstfuj
and pleasant wbll traveling or attending public meet
ing for stilling yonr Oough or allaying yonr thirst f I
you try on package, I am saf in saying that yon wll
ever afterward ooa elder them indispensable. '
Toa will find them at tt Druggist and Dealsrs ia
Medicines.
PRIM
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
My signature is cn each package. All otters are
oounterfelt.
A package will b stnt by mall, prepaid, on receipt of
Thirty Cents.
Addresa, ... . .
Henry C. Spalding. ',
NO. 4R CEDAR STBB1T,
" NEW YORK.
4
CURE 0
NepvousHeadache
CURE 1
By the use ot the Pill tb perlodlo attacks of A'
vow or 3ici ButdocHt may ke prevented; and if taken
at th commencement of an attack immediate relief from
pain and sickness will be obtained.
Tbey atldom fall In removing th Hantt and
cAs to which female are eo subjeoU
Tbey act gently npoa th bowel removing Oot
fMSt.
lor literary Mm, StmUntt, Dtllcata Female
and all parsons ef udmtarf kabtti, they are value
as temaWee. Improving th apptMU, giving ton
njor to Um digestive organs, and restoring th natnr
slastJctty and strength of th whom system.
THI C1PEAUO PILLS sr th result of long love
Ugatloa and carefully eondneUd xperimanta, having
been In a many years, during which tun tbey hav
prevented and rsllcved a vast amount of pain and suffer
Ing from Beadaoh, whether originating w th summit
system or from a deranged stats of th ttomach.
They are entirely vegetabl In their oompoaltlon, aa
may b taken at all time with prfeot safety without
making any ohaoga of diet, mnd A abunct ef any
Ainagrnablt UmU rmdtrt it easy lo adminU sr tktm
eMldrm.
. BB WABJ 01 OOUNTBiiIBITS ' ' .
Th fennbr hare Bv slgnatniM of Henry 0 Spalding
on each Box.
Bold by Druggist aad all other Dsalers In Medietas.
A Boa will b sent by mall, prepaid, on receipt of the
Price, QO Ooxxts.
All rdrs sheuld be addressed to i
HENHT C. SPALDING,
4S Oodsaf Street Nee Verk.
from tb zamlaw, Norfolk, Ta.
Cephall Pills tooompllsh th obleot for which the
were mads, vis.) Cure of headachi In ail Its farina.
' from tbe Botamlner, Norfolk, Ta.
They hav been totted In more thaa a thousand
with entire
from the Democrat, Bt. Cloud, kflnn.
If yoa are. or hav been, troubled with th headache
ssnd fur a box, (Cephalic Pill,) so that yoa. may hav
them la oaa of an attaok.
From th Advertiser, ProvWsnc, 1. 1.
Th OenhatM Pill ar (aid tab a retaaikably effective
remedy for the headache, and on of th very best for
that very frequent oomplalnt.whtoh baa ever keen dis
oovoved.
1 " T
From th Westsrn K. B. Oaaette, Chicago, III.
Wt heartily andorta Mr. Bpaaldina. and hi an rival so
Osphallo Pills. ,
Fro Kanawha Valley Star, Kanawha, Vai''
VTs ar rare that persons sufmrlae with the asadach
who try tbem, will (tick to thm. r. .
From th Bouthern Path finder, New Orleans, la. -Try
themf yon that are affllctad, and w are nr that
your testimony can be added to the already numerous
list tbat ha received oenentsuuunooiner meuicin can
produce. ;'i :. i . .rv.
From thSt, Loals Democrat. "- -Th
Immsna demand for th wttekt 0pbaU PlUa
lj rapidly Ucrraauig. .
, From th fleas tu, Pamrport. Iowa. .
Mr. flnaldtne wonld not eoanaet hla bum erlta aa ae.
Ucl he did Be fat liai real ssrH,
rrpA sing Is bottle of SPALDINQI PBJPAKJP
QLUB will savs tan Urns Its oott annually.JH .
SPALDING'S PREPARED QUjV1?-
! SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE V,x
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I
- -' BAYl THJPlsWlwl - -:N- -
00N0HTI. . -. - ' - -- W8PAT0H1
jr-yA Stttcw Turd larat Nnra.naQ
At aooidaat will nappen, even la well regalsted fan
llle. It Is very aeslrabl lo hav aom cheap aad eoa ''
veatsnt way for repairing Furnltara, Toys, Oroaawry
IPALDINSt PMPABJD eTLTJH '
meni all snob emergencies, and no aoosebold sen afford
tobewliboatlt. It I always rady, aad ap lo tb stiok
'""'iram nr btbbt botjbi." . '
H. B.-ABrmm aocceapanls eat aettl.
rz7W: - v - HBSBT 0. BPALDIN8,
Ho. sB, Oeda Itseet, w Test.
. .-.,-OAHnojr..'-'.4 a
As esrtata anprlaelpM persons are attempting I
palm off on ths unsaapeatlng pablto, tanllatious of m
1'BJtPABBD 6LTJB, I would eaudan all persons to,
satin before purchasing, and see that the full n--e,
IX'BPALDlNts'l PKKPARaDULlllk. t
tbeoattid vrappriaU ethers are (winaiuij
trtslta, now
or
ef7y,

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