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BUTTOAY MORNfMCT. 13, 8G
LOCAL MATTERS.
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are Mpecfod
to 'MUi at the fallowing
today
j h. a aauidera a v '
Westmiliter ChVcl.tir;j;; L.. Kalbof
nieniamiitJ. in tka.jtnar amir.' tad Rw ?P'
a.k.Lv 0i.iljjnl.f.i"lii th renlDir.t-'.'i
.SW.i;VVnd ,fe: j. A.Reed
iTawn Street .Methodlstr Eptscopal-wRev, IT.
I. Cn. of 8t. Louli. in the morning, Bod Rev,
John ltoblnsoV, of AshUujd. ia tie evening.
BIgelow Chepel Rev. A- Brown, of Freder-
ieBebarebi. in tk .ipwoini, end Rev. A..E,
Tbomowo. of MtTTirHlerin-the evening.
rley CopeIW.If. Morris," of Mans
Atlri.ln thi evenlne-.".- '"
Fin aUpUeWftev. Alex. 8oottJ of Seven-
Beb.la tte'mrnlngV9d ,RT,Jota E. Woods.
of tltWDolW; ttf the evening.
FiteirCoBrerattonl--Rev. H. V Fry, of
Mi?i6H;jia the 'morning. 't1; : . "
State PrisonRev. J. P.- Lloyd, of Crestlina,
la tbe morning."' "
A WeJtUei''urbll;;,the Sacrament of
the lordi"Supper till be administered, at halS-
past two o'clock. Rev. Heiere. Sample, uervey.
The vertices a'all"the churches will com
menceat XI AlM.'aiw'qTj Ki&lTZZlV.
There will be" If general Sabbath Sehool meet
in?ih' the Sebonf 'Preabjterlw Cbttrcb, this
afiswm. eommetjclnit at 4 eolooit. , The
meeting" will be addressed ty, RerYDr. Schenek
and others.
id?
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&- There 'la'' eoWqaMtion'i we bndersUnd,
in fhe jndome.pf the; Cft; Fathers, as
t whetljerVabdluaoe can- bileglj passed,
Drohibltlee i aief eat ottilde the Market
Hanaa durlis matkof "houriV It was for the
purpose of testiog this question, we infer, that
the Connotl 'at ks last "meeting paiaed a
lesolutfon Vffect.losVtoifjig the City Solicitor
to prepare an'6rdltfsrf'.of prohIbitloo;' The
" , 4. .. i J . . a ' L.LI
report of tbe City Solicitor, wnicn wm prooaoij
be Slaioir.(vMilyVgMr'W
doabtless setile-the qhesHon 'of th legality of
sactiltf Jtom& If : ?exr?ll eipediency
.1 Li. lt- l.n .JaIlb mnnriil nnicilnn
Will (MUU!HMfcMUl "ywfcVtavo-tMi
eeneltive' aboqt secret th;boun 'political ao
deles'. "They imegine they seeiiTevery poWtr
lcaCo'ppoijehi i!f(pfftJ?oMei Ctrcte n-We-an
(Bnoan apology for 'tbeav and a good
reason for taait etsing pparitiona of Kolgtts
where ooq4 exlrt.I(n.the Drk,Lntern" ira
urnity IheylaaroeeV wbaV anpfinclpled polltl
anii could effect by banding 'together In ' mid
night oonclaros.iDf leduq'mg the. vn?'JF d
nnsoapeetiog te bind themselves by horrid oaths
aiAlicamoaS flniprecatiotiS'The memory
of these tblogs haunu them, and like BAaaea's
ghosiTwJU iW t 'dowW if lls bidding 'ofeM
moder'Bs.jaence , guilty cftHStfience
con)oNevvieionrof Knighta. and CaaUearin
placed night-walkers with dark lanterns add
Kndw-!W)biBg den'-J
" 1 t' fciJi'f
We were shown
a day or tiro since, by he.agent of tbe ipven
a. V k (a. j. ..' i ' ' ' .
I
tors, jpesars. smith, mo ui optiuB
fleld, VeraoWnewetjle of' ook, apd Eyes,
which lmoresied ns so favorablv tbat we deem
i it ji t i -
The hook Is mado with' a epring, wbich pre-
elig'eet Mfflcvltg'lti Its nee, as the same-pro-cesathat
kcolia.;Of , nubooks the common aipd,
operates "la "lie same minnetipon thla.
Ilookk and tjea are io every day 3,' and we
have anown from tpetettce,' how moch VroUtfo
there is jo' keeplnif fchildr)n'ir "clothes "booked
op" with t'bo ordinary klud.' This Uule Inveor
tion, eo.aimeUjfii'd useful, Is worthy the notice
of every family. We jireiame thekrtiole is
for sale amoug our. merchants.'; ThA prioe will
not vari ucK,f any, from that of a. good ar
Lati r0M W8tehn VaoimA The steamer
Mary Cook afrvd-At.Cioc4o8atl,-ci JhoiBdiy
evening, brldgtii from (Ms ijamps near Oanley
brldgT of JiinIreaDT ; gbjlloHfJ1'1
wounded aatdlera, who- were- Ukew to tbe Ma
rine HIiit;; mct'QviV . of ClodUiaa.tr,
who eahftsii.e -MjfCid
who had' ispea some weak ia, Wmimn Virglaia,'
MrJ(oWai(4hViia'
FaizaViinaVtllit' AlW coflAVt qT the TKetf'atHk
Valley devaiad, and that lavmere are. leav-
bring 4hfli NertbH" Fotsge ls oatf thf isBes
tion, b4 proviaaotts can aotiw procHrea.va
such thal-an armyaf two thoaaenaV mea'eoold
not wintslljieri'ih lliipossibyfty (A 'jfransporta-
tion hfjtag s "te.:jlnd thethk of reiehlos; tbej
annxwtui asppuAmiE n Baarwnia.3i.a
Oener1tojrsjctiw.Mc)
Cave, only thirteen miles iYoea Pauley BrldgOi
GaulW UdmaWmiUoaMna
on Toei'4iiy; Jel
tlentartarth aS.la wltlf tBbjiswa
revere jxraai aee, aetruoarauji narrT
tad akr:ttenfy.fc.V2ni .Oaffldy
Brldw k','w,,'''tia1,d,',u' slxry 'patianta.
. -a. k r v a ' a. tA..jt.i
CUred. 6nlii'i Jj-rtt'imuO ,iciiiuJ rfKitinu
oonUnntaa rains, aad tb roada Ate- almsst 1b
paaaaoie.j(r:a wiund ,a:niuw u ua ooi man.
Tha aamba'WH' W WeBtsW Vf rtrlnla -fi-tlrHr.
ally eijedVaiisl rsAUaaaa oitosi ta.wli
draw a TtmiWKcMlamAmmMM
them kfito -Kshtuoky, leiviag only tafflotat
loroe to :prfvw(ltwe.rwp.om
north lit ?anlfjy Rife l IreAt 6f Chelt Mann-:
tain. The prababUUtea aje kawa artbat the
eonntr? tbey Ktreadr nad daieV waate, and Mt
barren. juowi,' ).n;4l rtntnnrfl ea liiv in
4 ha) ma I iUml
from (fclambus to-day at aooaaal travel wet
ward MM mtiiM'yy ;i
arrive Cplnmbnr ftm W"s lI,0W'Ji
row noomTAt ,wW place toi ''jfoolaey 'iWsw
thshai
r W k'd8; rrom),ni4akJ Monda
Omi m V-" Th r"-" rjwinnMi
I Oberllp Uckf minted Freresipv,lIpitc
ior ra-1cMe'W tteSmfeBeaatej res ibred that'
V f U aoakJtt firing. t(htlwm(l 1
ii i hiiii mi.
tha rebels' ffflho 'IgTi'fil Greenbrier, Va., was
from fifty to sixty thousand dollars.
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! Sailkoad AcciDi'irr.An 'accident 'ocenrred
on Friday mornings od the1 Ohio and Mlaeissippl
Railroad, about six miles, below Ciaclnnatii'bT
which the looomotive'eod tiggage' car wfre
thrown down an embsokmeni'and pretty baalj
smashed,, The engineer and f reman rgcjpcd
lli ilttla'Jnd tojyrjrj Thetdfrnl Jfexpreif
agent was badly bruised. The locomotive Vd
b'ggsge cat breaklDg loose from be passenger
ears verv 'imidenlt "after beinir!tbr6wn' from
the traok by ' -fcJooseaed taOaaVilBW
vented theloss of lifteae WefelfjilfipS-H
Ing from the track and sinking into the learUiXia
iloprslde.
14 1 raWiittiffimnm
ST The next annual meetiag of the Sjnod of
Ohio will be held at Baeyrof , oonuaenlug.oa
the Seconl Tharsdayf Obtebrf, M
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'TO- Dr. I. Aidaxwe. bis VnhscrlUeil JIQ.000
to, the. National .Loan f' the Af?eacy In.lbJa
i.J tnkl oa c5j at tax .Oaont Mil fMM tc'i wi
Some Ibink .ww atwaaw ajmnwowlMta-,!
hardy pad severe eoM fioogM yet mie.r au eo
Waraat. ka atllaag 'aWitsiiiv iiJ'Ml
dlan Summer." Sjrtho WW kind' retdf
rsi.W foiieeer'M Boetsoa that iteaditioaai
fiMoS:?W iv' the" VmvMsWvKoVcJi
or, f kiJrHtetlMBfter'W,'tivV',,i ""t
flgBS "OOWI inapv;!j ao .fJo Iicm ,( .1)1
V, amaaaai m -1 I .81 l.r,i
The -fghtavBakJtknent, Col. Stanliv,
arrived at' Camp DBirf0 on Thursday night
from" Athens. 1 '
.jCTThi ditferenliteCJl, JrDliIo,
tid C,()UTon, jpf gecaailarrMrav Luooui'ji
brother, id that the former is spelled with one,
atkl the latter wUhJjo'd'i.'ne one Is simple
Hi: the 6ther'-ls iUW fH-t"
i Entity 4 -jrr-2 ' r"? m so
; Jhajajjif, Bse-,1141 tmpirpf1,otti?4T
fully read the artlole on our first page.the
ii.it s a n 'va.. . iim iti'iJ-1
lngMtheyci
ltVDesorlDtNms of the
faahjons with tl
saw' at church ffie day
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Ljjiwnai eyes MUArelVcsN xed on
irtOTBT Kaekeyea,to bo snro.-jAaaX! !3a.
L,Thor4lvhoertairrtveaM oat-" The
lifca Irlsa brognd."---,. .
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ft vilaaaipi J II I i i u WW I in L!-4I ajevilta
T MiUTmGiiritttiWiita'Ci
Ton! will find at N. OrmnsirirMniNbi?12
3.'L0gh,s.trai, ait ioor to Us boodale Bonse,
Rfge tad iwpeTlot Welt of ttady-tmade MwVf
1 ok, ana uaa..uaauan wvkm. oi oioiuanu. be
jm;ntifacjQred toctdof b'thVmerchant tallurfng
aITtaeot-oAia--eeuwiekment, mr.
Srtraxaohi; sfiplftnd this -Uertifftt
la reklllXul c'lUlewitt'Jesilr'aca te&ttUUon
Sord an irtiBl t;dsaty that none bat the beat
oT werwlUbe maile'nnder jilt li-peftlan.
V Obr liidsftpmUrtarw md otherw4vwItl "find
i J .J.-l.i . X m .rfn
rwuj Bjauwi nfirT luwramn win wn wun
ppnnixuisa,wtii4a fibi.aui
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Ttemember.Nj GufiDiisHiiaia, No. 13) Souttf
High street.
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TTTjMI SBIfOn THE) FXCf. ATTI ATIOTV 0f
I Ya-SHir-lon' Thatnnh of ttm nn h pmr
'd at a much chapf ratoi end many lonf yr of
Dldr4rWMiiMlfiIr.'WBRRTWVTHXR WbS
lacariiiltiaMMtifttttanil lBf-lmirtlnr diiMs
of tat LUN08, H1ART, l.IVBR, KIDNBYrt, BI.AB
DRW, STOMACH RHKtTMlTIflJf DIBKAHB8 PB0O
LIAR TO riMALB,Klr- DI8B ABH8 AND AIL
ahroiioms or ni iti nb bar. ; i
I HJ B.tt.l ..' g - - ' .''-J l 1 HIH LIU .Kllll'
I vfartt mrm tm rle;lJ .
Hrtit thi PtTHiihrrMkionrniotidUBt affn' frie
"OMnAcreliJi JJ'lrou)KtJeW
to " Aii tnitlfirfgerilftnan, filrraerV cbhSecf ed iM h' th
T .J. 1.1. . iMl.' lmlf tv.. mM.N
JH1IUI1. , I I11J . ... V. V.J.V UllUmi ......
Botants PbynKliin ' tiM ot tl fulned an sxtenalve npa-
tetldti bn hy bit" skill In enrlnf all mannar or com
plalnti.- Bom'ofhH patients f haf Oonrerirt With,
and fhy pronoitfice hli remsaiet and node ot treatment
aa vsrr aopertor.' Bums have boen'mtored as If by
maftoi "Tbo mfdlslne he am la dhtilled by hlmMll
fronrvsVloatBRbf poiaenlsg rare enratlve properties.
"While artlni; ta tna army hs dsvoted hit fahara mo
ments to a thorongh study of the effaoti produced hy
eertala medicinal roots and herb on all mannor ot dls-eaien-It
teens be has foond a sure and pedy reme
dy (or all the 'ills that Seih la heir to.' Ha practice It
atrsady txtemfrestidlsdtllv Inert nilpf. In tbe com
plain It to trhleh females are snbjeoted, he has no equal
aaa tanrS number hers havs teettfled that they owe not
only their Breteint foe health; but theff livett, to the
akiUot umiDdian JoUulo Physician ' ' '
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TELEGRAPHIC.
Missouri State Convention.
&T Loon, 'Oct llT The" State
meatbla mnrnini?. ana a Quotum belfla preoent,
jrodoejaed to buaiDesS Resolutions were adopted
authorizing the ICbaTr to appoint five, commit
tees af five e'ach, to report on various subjeots
for the aotiofl of the Convention, via; military
snd.CIvil Offloers, Elections, Ways and Means,
auu neveuuoot 1
lathe afternoon eesalon.-of the Conventloa,
among a number of resolutions offered and re
ferred to the vurloua oommitteea, was the 11
lowinir. offered bv Mr. Hitchcock;
I That the committee on Ways and Means be
instructed to- consider the expediency oi action
bv this Convention for the Duroaie of confiscat
ing tbe property of all citUens or.realdentfkol
persona in tbe State, who enaii, aner iuo expi
ration ol time, be- ioundt aidine or abetting re
bellion now on foot within its' border, and for
application of all property so confiscated first
to reimburse loyal eltif ens of the State for
losses sustained b them fn support of the Na
tional and State Government, and to the use
of the Statei and: that the committee shall re
port by ordioanoe or otherwise.1' "h '-"
Mr. Howell moved releotins the resolution at
once, Statlnr that he did not wish 'such resolu
tions to come before the . committee of which
he wa a member even for consideration. Toe
motion to reject was lost, yeas.. 23, nays 83
Mr. liowell then reeigoea nispiaoa in in com
mittee and the vacancy was filled by Mr. Irvla.
Gov. Gamble's message to toe convention
abka for a more simple and efficient military law
than there now exists, and) recommend more
nromnt measures toerovlde the means to-carry
ou tbe 8tate Government, and meet the present
extraordinary emergencies.. The postponement
of the State election ordered by tbis' session of
tbe Convention, and as In consequence, of such
a postponement, his owa term of office would
continue longer than was oontempUted, he eng-
eests tbe anoointmeDt of some person to dis
charge the Executive duties during the prolong
ed period that wilt empie uetore toe section can
be neld, . j 4r j - "
Secretary Cam iron and Adj.-Uen. I nomas
arrlv1 here this- morning. ' It js' nnderetood
tbat they come on business connected with the
Dtipartnit'Ct of the West, and will remain some
davs. ' ; i-- - " t '
A salnte of fifteen enna was fired In bonor ot
Secretary Cameron aua Adj.-oen. 1 nomas, on
the occasion ol a visit to toe araenak tnis even-
LouisviLLBi'O'ct.' 11. Gen. Anderson left for
Washington this afternoon. 1
Eleven rebels were arrested at Lebanon Junc
tion and brought here thia evening.
No news from below, v. No Southern papers.
Election in Pennsylvania.
Philadilvbiai Oct. 1 1'. Offlolal void of
Cheater county shoes a majority of over four
thousand against too peaee patty, not tnoludlng
tbe vote of two thousand soldier. 4U -
Bcrka ennntv elects tho whole Democratic
ticket by, Over lout thousand majority.
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Attempt to Capture a Government
Steamer with Supplies—Rosecrans's
Rear Threatened.
GiuiMLia,'" Oct; H.-rTbe atca'akr xzaltaw
CapUin Windsor, laden with Government prop,
erty, ineludiag two handled and forty bones,
.irnni .(A lafa hiMi ' ftifa mntni.ff '":rviA
for Camp Enyart, Kabd'wha River.-. When op
posite VV in-eld, or at tied Uoase bboale, thirty
milea above Point Pleaeaott she was' lire i Into
by one hundred rebel cavalry from tho eomb
bank of, the. tua, and was ordered to land. The
Cupula declined doing ao, and by thoenaiuea
alone (the pilot having beeaeompelled.to leave
bis post), succeeded in turning the-boat down
stream and1 escaped, rcacbidg here this after
noon. .The bills paaged through tbe pilot houa,
oabin, eogino room end a steam pipe. No one
injured. .!"- .c.'-.a
kThe Government stCarni;, "Silver Lake"
is - supposed ' 0, havoj been 'flipturedr ,by; he
rebeUu: aa?'; ,, .ii.-'-t j. H 1 -inn
Keporte are vito of lare body of rebels ad
vancing towurd the river to'ent off Geai Rose'
craps's iuppues.x.1M J tj ,
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The London Times on Fremont's
Proclamation.
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from Liverpool on tbe 2d, and Queenatawa on
tbe 3d, psasedCsne Race this atternoira, with
four days later news.
iThe London 'Tlmea has an article on Fro
mont's tiroelamatioti. ' It Bars the document IS
not to t6 wondered at, and jjbat the adoption, ql
the. aholittoB dootcioe may U Iheatrife goca
on, beeaoeeesfally'urgednpon tbe OnltedStitei
UovertifpiTjntlcra tbat the result p.f snc,
rcur4aqglj noibeti.ariiWry, v t
I M ,t'.trt inn in. i i . lu : -a.
k 'Sr.? rrjir. Ot. 1 f .At "the snnbal1' nf"eetirJi
it the stdckholdeia of the Missourf ehd Weat
ern Telegraph Companyheld In tbis city yea-
tcrjar. tbe tollowtn named; gentlemen iwere
elected Direotora for the ensBitir years Vohn'H
Llghtoer, Churlc" M, Stf bbin?, Charles ''7 Oi' I
i ' If .rr . .... t-. .. j- -m.ii.w T"i
unci), j. n. t ul Auvfi piPHOft jVi.LnJi'ar.j u
veuport and WmnaunterA ... . a. '.:.-'
At a inbeenuent meeting er tn Hoard or ui-
roceors, Charles DaveDpori;,'.of Ciqclfjnati, was
elected President,, and Isaac R. Etwood, of
Rocbesttr, New York, Secretary .-and, ..Treas
urer.
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The Effectually Blockaded.
YoTa.jOotbbee.iUr5A
Kaw -dwpatak from
New Orleans, of the 4tb lnst.yteihe Klcbmodd
Examiner, tells of one of tho' titost 'Important
idhlevsments of the war ao far., .This infor
mation is tbat the United Slates bloekading
eqqadroa has .dug a passage through tbe mod of
on ot tbe uva mouuia ot .uie Muwisaippt river,
to the Sand Spit, whieij- eommamls tbe whole
five of them, and now hard the yincennes, Wa
ter Witch,. Witch. Bad two' ohct; veettels of the.
rqaadronU. arotect the. prompt erection ot'
works) WBicty to ies smo a-'weei, win eom
and slfflve or the moatb3.'patfe9.'or entrances
to anlCtoai ttte JUiaaiaiippt river. ".Ouce prop
erly buut, tble work alone win absolutely ooa
ttol- the eemntanteetion Of 'Ne Orleans with
the sea ss coniBletely as iblackadinu saaadroa
of twenty shipe of watflould acoompUh that
Objeot.'-w vti . i c-,a oi t .tu. " -
The Post says bodps krd rspldly concentrat
ing at Annapolis, to pr.ocied.oa,, 4hi coaat expo-
dlliOU.. ;; wi :jkIii,. .'.'if'-oi
I d- H't inn n.! i ' ii i r- t' ' " vi'.i.
Arrest of a Spy.
; PniUDiLruiA, Oct.. itW. J.. Packard was
arrested here to-day oh an order fjrom tbe State
Department aa being eri alleged cmieaary from
ttichmosdi Where betrktJ ooanOoted wtta Bloat
Sc Co. Packard has represented himself in
Cincinnati and other' 'cities as a ' refugee' from
the South, and lately visited Washington, it is
said, on pretense of giving valuable, information
to tbe Federal authorities, and had while there
ample opportunity to discover tbarpeaiuon and
strength of onr forces; He was sent to Fort
L.aiayetu tnis evening. -
'Tha achoonera Ocean Wave. Harriet Rvan.
ah Meeea;-have been bronght as rjrlzfrsrrora
a)tcrjajalet to top tfavy Vtrd. UcJ
; I r ' rr-rj..
Nxw-YoBX.Oot-a2w-vAtthe-vaidof dward
Fi 1 WtHlameWUlmmiburrj tbe'M nontk
fourteen schooners have been altered Into gun
boats for the Governmenl wryt.'-"h-'x
Dispatches from Washington.
VWaiRmoToit, October 'iWRepreaeaUtives
Steele, of N. J , andDawee,of Mass., have
Arrived here. They are members of the House
commute, appoiriieu.uuiug)Q la.o pessiun. oi
Congress, to Inveeiigate ai contracts maae oy
the. Government. After trahgaetinfe Some bnsf-
awl at tho War and; Treasury Departmenta,
thef ieft thooity thn ft M.tortit. kowiS Uoe
of tbetr Olltiw Mfjmi tteemen H Hwaltlng'.fhfrn
thertL LTha Government has eaefea.eveu, fa
eilitji fof.llw investigation, and itia known that
the action' ol the committee thus far bew'beeii
filghly bebeflolal to the pecuniary interests of
W alia ine mai portion ol too popuiauoa u
the Stat of New-a orK, Between tne egeot
eighteen and rony-are. eapawe. or bearing
arms, Is 7U0.344, tbav oi, e tta pt, V0Bf)
vaita la &7U.UUU. uu.wnn. .(tut,i
ft tf, I a .J t,a.k.aa Baathal tka tataaa. .a
Broken and bankers say that the money tnar-
.i.ThaLtamei.aoi-aBnnrTm svwinvi
heawy armament of thirty-two-potiildete'f
la reneaooiari mougnaaanm vbbib
Teet of water, MaDbed' AtrraoSrla w4theu'ih
leailldiflwIlty. 8h stoW MerwlT 18 elr.O-vau-
All ia qalef dbwh the Potomac TheVe'l'fi
ao indications oi me aooui ine reoei oat
terles.
awnee? rofliif) tai. temibdie
uVrict
ana are now; Lt'the bands or, work
ofwork.
laea.h
irgolngi repairs And c'aanglna:
'cifenOi
tnrBUei
i it u-. , a
i 1 1- r x t s i
it
'hdnfnrj.'Waod 'aTirE.
Colonel Rii
ard WTlrohnson.botli of Kentuckv,
and attaoVfJ to the United Stntes Civalry, were
io-aay apauiuica urigij er-iJenetli ui voinn
teen, atid aapieacd coiuinnJd tin dot Gem Slier
tain irflrtl.cky.',, i
! Warren 'Fftowree-hae-been ppointH Survey-
moved.
[Special to Commercial.]
-mentooblirms
tbe ta torn an t that tbekvtfte -Set
with a heavy low In tbe engagement of tbe
Montkello cff.Ilatierai : IoleU Kert Ifataeras
will be made Deifcutlv soeare. bv tlieedi-
atedieWoh kl -reiafordenilt-Bur. Vf J
! Quartermaster Jtiicker ' adverliacs for One
hundred thousand buibele el oati , to be deliver
ed here. -o- r m I t ri '.:T fnTf
Those lio svruDatliiza with eecw3ion in the
Common Council are endeavoring to procure
an ordes foi a new charter election. l be; pan
pose ifl to oust Mayor Wallace and put iutpihe
office a man of leaa pronounoed loyalty w
, lue government will have aotumg,lo,ao
withthe ODenina-, of the Baltimore ad OBiie
Railroad to Cumberland., They will, how
ever, guaruite a milittry protection t) tbe
road.i, . '-AiM-t r.'t .-rifl' i
[Special to the Post.]
Advices received at tbe Department of State
from England and France are highly encourag
ing. Tne tone of publio sentiment in tbeae
countries ii greatly, improved lu reference to the
situation of this country. ' .' - . - c .
All was perfectly quiet at our outpo ta at noon
to-day. ' r ' '"
Muro tbau tori? thousand Jioisea have been
brought to Wu'eiiibgion eiuce tbe commence
ment or ttii camDiiun, and hive peeu Tiur.
o fiaad fn i the army at - a--coat -of1 morettiaa
$5,01)0,000.-., ,r. , t.' .-r
i One nirkvtft atnt.iAni.rf nnir Prndhpn.L flin-Were
driven iu last night by the rebels io force, their
object belngrdfutless, to aecottnia thd pofUtlofi
of our advance.' AH'our troops are in com'lort-
oie conuuion., . Nj w..r,4-A: X c. tr.X
[Tribune Dispatch.]
. The army of the Potomao will probably" soon
ae aividcduit) eeverai corps a' trmtet accord
ing to the 'practice of European. oonimanders
Tbis plan has met with strong opposition from
military men of. tho bid sohool, but MoCloilao
has insisted npen it aud it will probably bo adop
ted.. .Should it be done, Generals .MoDpwell,
rrankuij and jVurttr will b. among trie com
mandere of these divisions, wbic It wilt be (rom
thirty to fifty thousand etrooe- . , . .
Mr. Muir, Brltitih Consul at New Orleans, Is
now in Washington, having beerr twenty.four
aaya en route.-; His journey was mucn. obstruct
ed by the transportation of rebel-troop!) over
railways.' He states that the same determination-
sad, enthusiasm continued to, be 'shown
throughout the South. The rebels are subject
to serious deprivations! all luitorjei Jiad diaap
peared, and many o( the nccatapriej ol life wore
oceoming scarce.'-'" ; . - "-V'. '"
Mr. Mnlr will probably routi refnrri to Engl
land. '' ."?- t.-s.-I e a...-, tin
A squad of tTieTarr"Airen"cavarry, under the
Major. Max captured a rebel! Captalutrom
Richmond, yesterdarr above Pooleeville--
John Ponder, of Phlladelphiar delivered to
day 10,000 Minie rillea' wbteh artived from
Delgium on tbe Uavana.i ,caojiIisia
I tarly this morning tbe steamer. Union sent
two launches -itno-a- ereek-ebou- seven miles
from Acquia Creek, to burn a rebel ecbooaea.
Tbo expedition succeeded.'' They wcroTkca
upon from a field battery;- bat not-fnjnrrtj.
, The Postmaster-General rctwrrJed'?'
[Herald's Dispatch.]
' ' Gov. Ranieeyof Minn., Vho lma been here
for some weefce attending- to tbe afTairsof that
Statp lu connection with military matters, has
appointed Napoleon J. ana, a graduato ol
West Point, Colonel of. the First Minnesota
rtegimciit, ia tbe place ot. Colonel,. W Ola. a
tjtrman, promoted brigadier-uenerai. r
' Gov. Yates and Hon. Wm. Kellorr, of IH
have obtained .from the Governmentrfor the
armament of that State, $1,000,000, fourteen
batteries bfomerflfled cabbob"; C.000 mus
kets, aid 500 rifles. -i - v& s 'v.i. W
i Toe loat news from, the Gulf snoadron left
Commodore McKean, who' succeeded Com mo J
dore Mervltfe, on board the Niagara, which fs
now the flag ship off Pas SofilreU He was mak
ing active preparations for the) complete closing
up. of. tbe .Mississippi, .'..lie. would. tneanavta
from that position to Pensacola. . ... . ,,.
i Commodoro Mervino, whoae deparliy tA wets'
much regretted by tbo whole iteet, utendee) to
ask a Court of Inquiry, fort CiierVj wsa apnatvnt-
ly pa disposition ou the part of thVGajernmcnf
d censure him.' ,r
i iThe whole ooatt from Galveston Florida
Keel's, woa completely blockaded." J'Vrt' Pltfk,
esa'ls prepared to attack;' PcaB'AfaVForta.ilo;
Kae aud Baraiacas, and bold.tuemjji i berojauo
doubt In the onlnion of tha best olHceri there
tttat the gkqe can be' eatHjiif eerlons tflf-.
'llJ',; . i. ? . . . of h-f Wj v Mi iia
uicbmond pacers are tryitist to MueealvBot
only their-loeeewln the recent ekimfehei tot'
alto tno torcca that retired, hciirre our advance
oa Lewtnsville, but their deorta7omp tbte
betray the fact, that they bad bedt veoaotiy o
oupied by from tea thonSand fcctwenfy-flftins
auu uieu. .,...,i i, ..... ,jiumj.u..
[World's Special.]
ITh'e Goverhftient ' hhs'-eatwr rt (& af rest-of
eartaln 'bartice West, Who rmo !fert' quantities
of gooda,. : intended ' to I be " token oukoaithe
riains, and thtough tho andian Territory into
the rebel Statee. Contraband trade of aa. ex-4
tensive choxacteriatbDS prflventcd.
It ia the opinion ia bieh military quarters that.
unless: tbe onumy aUaok4ou linB- WUhii two
days, no battle Is immiocat.. .The .traces of
their eamos found bv onr forces. as thef advance.
show conclusively that the enemy, unfit" recent
ly, had a force of at least twenty thousand men.
In a direct line from Munich's Hill tg LswinS-
Brieadier-Genetal Bftnemac.cTlief of eavalrv
on Gen, McClallan's stall, J bven appeiatsd
Ma or-General or volunteers, that be may
personally snperintend 'Bad eoutrol the large
cavalry force now la the field; ' p
- The Maryland Postmaster; who was arrested
for eending bags ell letters to-the. rebel Statei,'
bas been brongnt here, togerner witn uis paok-
ages
s. The Goterameot hie obtained toiuoh
valuable
Information from- them.
Ue is
in
'111. - in ImtIii tl'1
[Time's Dispatch.]
Governor Morgan arrived iq Washington this
morning. Ho brlugrthai ksuranc Oiat New
Yrlr -ill ti.Afina hnnflr-il ihnnaan pan 0
the field belere the close of Uiis moBth. nd that
tbe Empire State la prepared .ap wniah a guard'
ier 01 a snuuvu hi tutu auu 4ua-mMeriai.aiu.
r . , . .'i it';. S fc-'.a
Betaryu. atKB
[Time's Dispatch.] From New Mexico.
[Special to the St. Louis Republican.]
.
Santa Fif Sept" 33.1-qw 'AaxtMH
Ill frSiii!? Aiat.-T.wLif--5 -'W?
r 1 : 1 '..!. 1 k-..ji-.1 J
' n T ,.Ti,: r; V a.Al I -r ann!
Oa tbel3:h lHStJ at Fort' Fohntlefo)',
Navsjoes 'ada aHslt 'Oft'thtTi'anrl
wererepaisjea wiib'b rows orwinry iiiiexranei
rortyJour -taketr BjBBrii -I'M aroops ia she
Fort had bnt oae mw'wotmdo.t if-'p to sain
. Col. St. Verain kae KaurnaoVemd. It hi aadeeM
stood that tyt Carwij W-r? ."F.
Mramand.' ""
The Governors order for tbe enlistment on
all males between 18 and"4573oee not seem to
elicit much attention froW tbe people. I bare
yet to hoar af tha fir man TOanpiyirfrHrtta Hei
runnlrfitiiFiitr. ft ' tot;5 tsl
From Fortress Monroe.
I
FoBTaiss 'ltfoBBokJ Oot.' 4l Wl-a staer
Syauldlng rowrwd. from-fiatteras klet Abis
biornlnir. britfiHrjlr details of-thit recent eirrace-
meat wnien ainere intir irom me aerjonnve at
ay telegraphed: 1 The inaiajiii Kcglmeitt ift
trafe- nrovisiont..anil ' inabv xnana-uka.
Colonel Drown etatcatr kia lees at sttoeatj fifty,!
none were kilted. 'TheplnriabitabW wtoeifViei
beath camefitt with the regluient.VtTh tvbtla'J
roes &aa beea overataiea. Dat.it as nodouotvtv
1 Itrte ' J wt!I f)-utn Lnsjaa Wi s
nrcr
net
HoJ 29 Soti&rZOeli Street Colmbof,
l r
Knw nvvEiiniii
iaKhj A raTfir ftrefc eMs,'fTl, volts'
K tare FJngllsb Srsagteat t'.'K. Value -VjitH w
imin I . h I .1 1., .i 1. nhM QllVOTit.
n.w 1 w . n.i .. ui AIM K.., J
lOiio raffle Foaltrd tHtws Bllkt st 7'w?va1i SO
UiO tarat Surer r rafft Blk B.1 At 0t SO, Vatu 1 (9:
Hehet of Oirwdte RetSf". aud Bjglleh Berage, at one.
haU shtlt'talea . .
BAIN at goK,
jeN Bouth blh Street.
From Fortress Monroe. COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
New York Market.
New York Market. NEW YORK, Oct. 11.
FILlilJaUtlaVeatoSiaraaa .oiua.
And afaaut.SQ.Lowcri with only a Hailed demand lor ex-
oraniHieiiieeontaBpitoir(aiieeof lS.eotHHjisatas 00
u zu ior reuecKu mi xuiaiaaDarnDtiuu: ts iia
mfx lurexim itave, a x.'iJ (or feuperune weatero'
SOigM ST. for eommewtw ! eatra wetStmi S 7.1
mi Hi for shipping braodaaatni seand hoop OIUo; and
lri U&eV0 ft M Jur Madtt tirauJs da, , CsaadiM lloar len
doing, and martet easlef; tales of UObbU at 3 X,
tut aavatiMwi as; tt 40tti7 far aDmcnea okaai.
0a. Kye Flour uulel and steady at tlVA 00.
I WHIeKY wiinoat' tUporfairt ehnl(e;"1es, M MO
Ublt atvesi taelodmr iaieieile Buiat WXa,T .
, Willi AT Opened rather wore steady,- witu a fair
eaport demand: and. closed guiqt at amut veitcday'i
prices? sales trfW.oUu-buiih OhIMrfo taring V! f t i
17; 7tt,2uodo Milwaukee Olus-at Jl.r 19' e oTifl do
onrilnnit Anil al1ltf-'fl IWBdo Amber fnwf f ID
1 ao; M.OO do Winter rtfd-western t tl mi 30: tis
latter prlee for Amber Michfrm; I,3u0 UO Inftrf or wtbter
-. .1 i,. o -. i. . . . 1 rs 1 1 try, j '
Vvm.. i.WUv 1. 1111, Bl,l,Vul,rl' IHW11S1 F.3t , ,.
ot 10,000 bp eh at 5)fti) tar inffrtoV U coruoiDn mixed
western;' apd, MS.TTc for good to prime tliliipieg .
OATS In Moderate reauet34c.foriuuui
ad 34Mo rorWeatern and statei"'-"' M ' " "
' B OKli More actWe, and a ilu le B'raierl valcTof S iOS
btlimeu at (14 .rill3;lS OU, Im.Iu.Hiij l.H'O Wjlt -taken
hy Onvernmcut, Prime Is held at tl 1 00, with buyers st
$75. i.'i,M:i.r.-.i.,, M,T,l-,ii.
BbKF Dull; sales' 100 bnls at $4 Sftrit SO for country
primer 5 0va.iMoi 0 mu( UkiUliB5.lbvJeyBhad
meat: U?i IK M for txtnt ata.a 1'ilmeM aatf
and beef hams tuietaoilBOuiUial.. :..i. ioui',ni.i..
iOUX al-Al'M-rfiaUi salsa ef-lOOvaatkaaaa mLt&s lot
shoulders, and 5 1-20 IV for hams. .,m,.:i... n:i
BACON Quiet aud unchacgad. r A eva.:.,r;
LKAU Quite Arm. with a mors BOliTa SeaiaaA: ixln
of l,S0OpaokagetaAe 1 Be, aud tuutuai at Vio.
BUlTKuV-eelilog at TtfHfa U.ftUiu; sbV18
OnKBSR-i.ttetdy', ar59Te"terJh4moB foTrtmsr 14
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, Oct. 12.
aROOBRIJto Aaotbar enlet dy Is feaoiteS lathe
grocery markat, aadiaa uf the periodical rests In the
trade seems la have been struck. Joblwrai sad siaall
deaktrs aie sot disposed ta taka mox itnulr Ihta Is at
cesiary for carrylna; on tbtir eurieot, trads. whilst tk
present nipn standard or prices for staples I- mainTalrr-
ou too iuii ooesnoi aneci me poinioruip jnapLOt
I FLOCK-r-Sunerflne flour la In rail reinejt lfftV,
Holders auk 14 10, an8 for a gnoi article get ft. Jtrtrj
and Family aretunelled to the local and remlr fn-ti-.m
trade at thw Hgures whleft lave been current for'aoUi2
dayspaat. ,T T . , . . ..a,
i nuiiur cnoice qaantjt is scarce, and npurtta.
standlng rather nnsathfactory eastern and foreign neirj.
it Is taken n.n!te-ml!y by local and" Interior mllleTIT
We give d a hlghtrrange fo the best a-allry, quotinf
it at 1i:eje. WblU we leart at 85SUM. The inSsit
nation compiled as to the probable foreign demand of
grain during tbe comlog year, Is Tory flattering; but
iarga abipuMota are likely ta stimulate tha priest ol
freights te sueh a deirrce as t leave the produces bni
little produced by this adventitious Increase in the for
eign consumpUoa of ear trials. - Ibis einatastaBos', so
olien heretofore Illustrated, corroborates the fact that
tke produoer Is much better oil lev barbz the consumer
close at hand. '
COBS Has a very ready market at Sue;: 3 S ' .
OATS-WUloommaudllstobu.r t
BAltLET-Iswithoutamiikct. .
11YB Was sold st 38c, and la flrmer. v
WHlfKEY MslntalnvyesteTdyViUvarjce and llrur-
wis. i--fTv'lI J 'V.J
Commercial.
Cleveland Market.
CLEVELAND, Oct. 11.
FLOUR tales lC0btTnld wheat douhla txtat
$ 7
-WHEAT-Fnlca thia CotoiBg 2,000 butk afloaiat.b5c:
C.liOO tuih and 1,0110 baab free on board at &Cc; 1 car d
at 9i i on track, aad 3 cars white at SI uBt; BlaoteusBeei
o'cara ou troca at iio; i,uou Duan ifomatpia ablwe. aou
1,000 bush free on board aV96a .rK tn k
(CORN Sales of I cat at.W'li(fcBl4jUte.
BARLK Balaof 1 oar at ilM, , ,a:i
IlIOHWIItXB 8ala.;0bblsat 16c .
8KED-S J0.bBsb. timgthjr at tli
EGOS-In gooddcuwmd at VlUs- rt-r
1 U.-r.rfJ v PiZlT
Leader.
ftr .11 111 .1IHUIU.IU WUU1H BUU !
TO .iiffaU';
"I .. v, j1b w'.e-iiS
itllltwaaW ASTD HIil 10 tOtfk-iSfAaTIB.
hare pat ,up .and .seld at 1 artWB ttejamywart,
KKtVARK. MACtnSB'WpftKS,
,atVii V 1st.-- nr.'j
t HEWiMS. 01110, 0 tM!ntu&
flpaurifactut'era of all klnde of 1'or
Ji tAhln nnri M f n 1 1 nti n r w N.Antia Kill
. h ...
HiiBtti Sisaita WHia, eartaa-Mat
A.C., A.C.
tX) ao beJoabu ft : I '-j
l -A i.'. r(u"wi A r I; 'ii'if t Wl r
f . iMdi ii it t.w sio a 1 ki Jt"
I ZttjflOJJUl Jw 111 004 it .L,y
; ' . I i I lank 4Tl. tj?! a" eJ
j :jiila;-''.v - Pi 4-Waiv. 3
" 1 y
t a ,ril vHrVi...;N i r . irr,B..,Vlni
0 tsti I f .r fBL AJr iy Ls Lm M JLtCtJat7ai A Ufa 4Ua J P 1 1 law IT i ' M CUatTfM I
rr r, nrrr-. r . rr. .7
J..J. B. DVT AIL Beaten I II COlVinrS
UACniXK CO. BeatmU fi SS4PfORD
Oar Portable tgclne and Saw Hill
Wat awarded (he first premium of $50 at tha Indiana
8ttTalirfotG0 over Lane JtBodley's on aoooantol
Price, lightness, simplicity, ecoaoiny'? fuel
and superior character of lumber sawetf.
Our Stationary Bngtne was awaaded at, fit same Fall
ILl M . 1 . AfWlft . . . ' f- . '
ujv umi premium ui 9.1.
' Onr roajabla BortTM W;Feawrdtil the first nrem lam ol
$(H0 at the Fair at Memphis. Tens., over Blaody'a Pa.
rail's, Columbus Machine Go's., 8110; Bradford Ac Go's. '
by a emmittrer praotttal BtAtrnefl Brimters.
or price ana terms annress . .
tomi ih . WIL4.AKD WABWBrratuir(
ec5-d4wljools.:jaxJ r.. taa.,a e 4ewto Ohi, .
.Jmii ':..'?t i!'o8 S";
t r1" J.f J
tni;S
NMf
d eimerieneed Nurse and Female Ph,,kjln, rreeenfv
ale Fhytlcla
lOtBeTBrPV"-
10 mo aiwuiiFiu ui muuici
a
f6r
Vhlch greatly lacllltatea thetneaawtaettrir.aar.
eriitig the gumt, redeMtB ait' haBi
a. n.tvi -j . .... ..j 1.
v. e m
. 1
'rnirmlSirmmtS,
pooth.r.,uwtiTwfrj$f
.fa'WehaTSPi
aad! 0 AN BAY, IN CONFiDBNCKAND.TSHH-sa.eflt:
What we harenever been able toaawtimoibaand!
etae-NKVEtt ruS IT rAILEUVU A BINGWBJiieT.
AKve, tc BrvacT-AT vuaa, wnea timeiy eted. per
et did we know an tnctanoe of dlataUsfaatloa by ad on
Whe Bted BwOa UFtentrary. all aredeliahted with Its
opatstlaaavsnd.tarak tar taanui at oommtndatioa of Its
ssaSical etlecta and medical virtues. We speak In this
master -w it r do anus, aner rrn yraYW srpt
rieoee, AND PLBDGB OUB BaPtTTATION FOR TUB
IUULLMKNT OF W0A1 WBlltRB DBCLAEB. In
almost everlaeSwitt wttet tliiataBtte wBti rum fliaa
foal and eahaitoa relief ilHi fMBd In-fifteen n
twee BawtnittB aner iMaystaptraaaiiawatitftjo'i
Tbia Tluhle prenaraitiaia tbe. pneorlptKm ofenral
the most i-l'.lUt.C)iiadKiL,Lb'l U NOBsla
New KaUanld baa patAkita AiV KAlir
INd BUCCtsS la ''vr s-, ,. i.vj 1- ...j. cm4 w .1
n I I not only relierea Um aluMao put, exit utitta
ataa, the ttoauyoh and twwele, sarrteto acidity, aad fflres
ton aad enrgxt.tUaUwlaVAtCABa,
JLBIIISlnal.tn
etamiyrei(fvtr--1tJI ,., ?0T"rV
rjjtliaa I TBS MVlOSr AM WHgaa GOUO
"dt)verwmec?nVuis!9ni which, hT et speedily fcnfei
iieiB end in fleam, we twntTe 11 ine aaoi ana mm- 1
A-t BBMBDT TW TUB WOBtB, re ill enm oTDrffT
SSfKBY tad tHABBiluXA Ut 4JUU.OBBM, wbatber
itadaea fmm teethlnK. or from any other cause. W
wouki Stria etast slberwhebaB ahHdeanwrhirVnitB
anyef the foregoing enoiplauit-0 ( bBC Voua
PItWUDlCB NO IBBBBJUDlOBBOFtHBia
stand betweeayoa and swuajuflertatailaae tha 'tat.
lief that will bs 8UU yaa, AbetOLUIBLY. BURB-o
tollow the at of thia aiWieloai at lamely Baad. Bail-
lactltntfor eaaawwut. artoaatatiy each bottle. Neat
genuine unlaat the fao-aaatts-a aiUBTIB it VJiaUUliai
tiew l ork, la aa tha oataaae wtairt fc't n'a. i ea.;
BSM ay au aaurauia liunaajiitat tna wttflf) iii.;i
rrlaclf aieff r. ta Cedar trerT.T(
ftUWI. UmLi UL,m.M t.it--ei4 Lf
tW.IWAJO 83 JH AHO IO 3TAii3
td fad 1 It II ataia atwirf tl
eaa btidod
1n)
it IS sum
a a. KaA. ra .
AtblT ') lr'4e:p!r1
4 u.1.1.. r.i'iT.j .. 11. 1. i. 1
BAIN At SON,
Bh23 Mb. lh High
jtituuA c d
from Ucadacba, whe-wr.oxljpjiaUnic in the ma-awe
t
IIT'TPTA
P Thef Eight' to 'thc'-'Bpot"
i -
Instant lteTUff V19UklitJr Cetitk
" Strengthen yetnr Voice!
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OOOD FQR CLERGYMEN, ,
GOOD FOR LECTURERS,
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GOOD FOR PUBL"lC 8PEAKER3, ,
GfiOD FOR Sivnpoa
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GOOD FOR
CONSUMPTIYF3.
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SPALDING'S THROAT ' CONFECTIONb.
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'- IAMB'S ABB BBLiaUTEI) WITH
SPALDING'S1 THROAT CONFECTION?."
,r"'JOreJ$LDBW CRT FOBI '! C' - t f
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONP. .
They relieve a Cough Ibetanll.
they clear be T.hroat., y; ,
They give streogtb aodyojume to the voice.
Tbcy Impart a delcipu3 aroma to tho breath.
f bey are delightful to the taste.
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They are made of simple berbs and eanuot
harm any oneT J' ; "j
I ) I advise trery one who has a Ooagh or a husky Vote '
aran4Brata, or any difficulty ot the throat: to ret
a package of my Throat Contectlons; they will rollers
you Instantly, and yon will agree with me that rfhey...
'ftp right to the spot." Ton will find them very utefol
and pteasaat! wliteiAttellag aflitetadliig public meet
legs for stilling yaar Cough or allaying your thirst II
yoa wy Oflt-ptatefe, I Saa-tae In eaylas; that you will -
ever attrrwanla,nslJf r them isdUpentable. .
)You will find them at (. Druggists and Dealers io ,
Medicines.
R30CTWRNTY-KIVR CENTS.- ' '' 4
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,My tifttihire it aa-eaoK-paakage.'1 AU oilier, 1 art
csuntarfsU.. ...y -. ..
JA psckaKaajyj.heaeni by mall, rreptidtOiv receipt 9 ,
ThbtyCeuU. ,, ...:.,. ....
AlUrsasi r , -. i , . , - , t .
'JHeitl.Spaaar
ir07T8 CED AIf BTKS BT, -
By the use of ihsea fhwtht periedV attacks at Ave
reus or Slot ffikKtooAa may barfTerented; and if n
at the eeaBjatnctiit af anattackimmeaialo rtlle((.-',u .
Plt.W str.nrat krlU stobtalaett. y J , 'i
laay aaidooi fa la, remtwin the Aoutea and . y
afAs tewlebteamrees eabject.. .-.u.
' jThey act gently upon the boweUr remorins ljJUi y '
aias. Y.
iFor Literary Jim, Sudmmj, Delicate l'.-a...;f
MdallpetaauotwianAn-y kabitt, they art raiut
as a 3aal,'hBproTli.g the (tppettlt, glvioj '1.
p40r to ths dlgcittv organs, aod nstortng the am 'ti?
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ekuttoKy and strength of the whole tyttem ' J ' '
JTIIB CBPHALIO PILLS ere the result of long urej
tlgaBoa anl farSeally' eoodttttd experlmanK ha1r.g '
been In use many years, daring which tima they hat e
J t'CURE'..' '
KeriotfsHsafJaeSie,
I tio-7as -a ta
MlffSevenied aairtlltTed a Ttt atnooEt of pale and suCer
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syltem or from a deranged ttaitvol the afiww
syttem or from a deranged itataol the afiwiocA.
They are entirely vegetabte In their aompotltion
may bt takes -r all ttiaeb With petftot safety Wltaoui
miking any ehanga oi diet,, and flkm niitwct, ot any .
ditnareeablt farts rtaatri ii tywy io aduiiat r Matt
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BIWARWVtWOOCNTBuFSITBI " t
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The genuine aarrt ove alanaUi'Pt of Henry 1 tipaldiae
on each Box. 7 .,.-..;,.
rid by Praggttta and all other Dealtrt la AfeJIctnet.
Box will bs ssot ay mall, prepaid, oa rarelpt of the
All orders should be addressed io
.'; ,' 11ENU X V. MPAULsUNCl, ,
4S Cettaur street, New V ores.
From the txamlner,' Norfolk, Ta. '
dephallo Pill accomrllh fhe object fov wMcVthoa .
were made, 'tis.: Cure of headache la all Its forms. . ,
HI From the iBuataer, BTorfolk.Va,
'rt-They nave beea tsated ta mors than a thooaaDd aaaea ;
with sntlre success j, .. tvj.-j . U
I .:FsmaiPtmocrat,as.cioo Mine. -, j ;..
I B yoataarharB been, treaabaad with the htaata?
tiiil tas a baa. (CephalUj FUkO eo that you mat sawa X
ttHtnl
Tlht
IB oaatoi an attack. .tziS.ir ,iua
Frost ths Airtrtlaer, Providenee,B .' I.
Oaubtlla FlUaasw taM lobe a reaiarkahl tCaaitia
remedy fop the fctatHrhe. and nef tha -very bed ir''
54 very frequent eVimblalnt which hits ever beou '
rbred. tJWTi'-.t. '- iul u t ii. i a
From ths Wat tern B. B, OauUe, ChJaaga, ll.f. t: .)-
t heartily endortt Mr. Bpeuldtaa, aud hb) nnrifWV.4 '-
auoriiis. o . ..t...ii 114.1..'. nu.i-iiF.:A j.i
laaatfbs taiitrtiii, ftaaawha.'V..''"
e ar tor thtt ptertoas eufferlat with tha he.jAcf.4 nf. :
hdt., them, will Meji ta thV(i ' Ztf
ok the Boumern' rath FtaUer iew brSuJ. 1,1 '
Trr them I son that are aillictej'. aad we are sure ihai
your ieUiiopajrcanb added,, l Pu Jid f.araeruati .
tist thal-haa-taoeWsB't
laeaeaisumvnwatntjr tMiein-Tuv
Patduoa.
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I From, the St Loub) Peoweinit.
Ta tmmatiie AWaod for the sVtlolt .Cephalic Fill
It rtpldlB ucreasiog. . , . rt , , r.
UPTI I 'T' 17 Mi l 0 1 li ijlli JiL
AT rVMSB ii rAwaya Avrnvtaupvaa aVUWet
Hr. BinMlot w4d Bet eoanatvhli BaSa U.
Iff. Bp
ttclah did aot ot to Boeteet real merit.
wW'afng?; VittWl' at BFiitbta'g 'riBFAIUlti J
yZ R .4 9. ' "MtasmnamaJt.
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,8PAEDINO,S PRtPARElT GL0l
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PATm ui rtaoasi-- --j
ICOKOMTIC
JO"A Stitcw m Ttirs iavsaf Wnw.'Qf . . .' I .
tJtooMSm Mppta.t'T In well regulattd Umi
Biea,4t It vary doslnU'la to hat soma cheap aad tea..
nntapt way far rtpainaf rurniWr,. Toy, Vfwkarya
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j .,wflrAWlH8'SPBCTAB!DflLtIBJ
ebi a1)! sncb emergenclet, and do hotuwuold oaa afford
to be without H. liteaiWanrciFd,aDduBtA .tailkav
f'm, BrWt Bivah aooanipaula taeb botll.
f'ta
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UBKBT O. aPAUDimi,
Ho. 48, Oedas aUrtaUataw fort. C?
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CAUTIOS. -. .... . ,. ,... .j
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bartala aripilnciplad persons are af tempting'
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imim'uu wui v n i'iii'in, iu. 1
AKt.O 6 1.11 B, I would caution all j
oa on. Il l nnwuiMwung pnniHi, iiaiutuoat of
tion all IF.rnia I a . 1 .. ...
i '' purehainarjid tee tbat the full nave, . ..
4.. . IT VMPALDiNU
a rairatttuLut. 1 n
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