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TUESDAY MORNING OCT. IS, 1961,
COLUMBUS POST OFFICE.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
DEPARTURES.
Mali! foi New York Olty, Button, Albany, Buffalo,
Pi.i.h.,rl, etaubanvllls way, Cleveland, itanttyill,
Newark, Granville, Washington Olty. Baltlmon, ttUla.
delpbla and NewOrleane, close daily (Bundaye aiopt-
rtii9roM'h. Oltvtland. ...
dalIy(Sundaysexcepted)atooioo p. m.
o. .fccTR. K. Way Mall elect dally (Bundayt t
MCOh&a.l.V (SandtxWtod)
OhXVVaydi cleats dally Bun4ayipitod) a
too 3la'eafei dally (Bundayt wepted) at S o'clock
P'lSlfforXn,"8prliglJ. Dayton, Toledo, Olncln.
nauT todlai", Loubrrllle, Bt. LouU, and Detroit,
close dally Inunday xoepted) at 8 o'olock p. m.
A through mail to Xenla, Bpringfleld and Cincinnati
elooea dally (Sundays exoepted) at 10 o'clock a. m.
7p L Tiffin and Union Olty mall elowa dally
iBandajrt exoepteu; ai o p.
1 il.i.. himn. Netoonvlllt, ClroloTtlle, Ohllllcotht,
.Portsmouth, Washington-O.U., Attain, Marietta and
Htllsnenatheaail etose dally (Bundaya excepted) at 8
Mart Way Mail by National Boad to Zaneirllle olose
dally (Bundaya exoepted) at 19 o'olook m.
Harriet rgb. Malloloset dally (Sundays exoepted) at 8
o olook p. m. -
kit. tan Mall, to way of Westervllle and Bunbury,
eloeae dally (Bundaya exoepted) at 8 o'elook p. m.
Dublin Halt oloaaa dallyOiandaya exoepted)at 2 0 clock
P Laawatnr Way Mail etote dally (Bundaya excepted) at
o clock m. ' . . - ' - j
ARRIVALS.
aa-.li t,nm aT Tirk. Uoatoa.
Albany, Pittaburgh, Cleveland, Dayton, Toledo, Xenla,
Detroit, Bprlngtleld, Cincinnati, Cbilllcouie, Bt. bonis,
and all Southern cltlea, arrtre between the honnof t
n'niety r. an. ariii 4 0fllock . HI.
Mall frost Indianapolis, Chicago and Dubuque arrive
'ataiUom'waablngton Olty,' Baltlmon, Wheeling,
Eaaesville. Newark, Bteubenville, Mt. Temon, and the
O.O.R.B. Way MelLarrlrt at W o'clock m.
w Mail froai Cincinnati arrirea at 3 o'clock p.m
Incaater Mail arrivea at 9 o'olock p
Maat War Mall oyer the National
. u i A aMlnar w. m . '
Boad arrirea at II
a nlnAlr a. m.
Mt. Veraco-Wey Mall arrlTea at 11:00 a. m.
' Mall from Dublin arrivea at 11 o'clock m.
TJrbena Way Mall arriyee at 9 o'clook p. at.
Harrlalmrgh Mail arrlree at 11 o'olock a. m.
i ... ur.. mii mltM at 19 o'olock m.
Office delivery open every day (except Sunday) from
7 o'clock a. m. to U o'olock p. m. Open on Bundaya
from 741 to 9 o'clock in the morning, and from S to
JOHN GRAHAM, P. M.
Rail Road Time Table.
IiIttls Mum as Ooluhsci It Xbtia B. B
teavei.
Cincinnati Aosommodatlon. S:00 A. M. .
. . Ixpreia.... 11:40 A. M.
Mall mil AaRnmmnriatlon. . 9:10 P. M.
Arrives
9:10 P. M.
11.03 A. M.
9:00 P. U,
8:90 A. M.
Night Xxprem via Dayton. 12 00 midnight
Jho. W
DosrxTT, Agent.
M. 11:15 P.M.
OotrjB-act fc Cuvhawd B. B.
Nurht Bxnreaa .....3:40 A.
New YorkBxpreae
0.0. A;0. WayBxpreaa
.11:10 A.M. . 10:50 A. M.
,.S:MP.M. 7:50 P.M.
' v o
Jahk Pattthiok, Agent.
. .
OaamtAt'Oaio B. A.
No. J Bxpreae.. .........
5 do
, 3:30 A. M. 11:95 A. M.
9:15 P. U. 11:45 A. M.
i . .j,
J. Put, Agent,
-,W.
PiTTiecaoH, CoLCxauik CiactkHATi B.B.
MaU Train . 3.30 A. M."ll:25 A. M.
Bx?ren Train 11:95 A.M. 8:44 P.M.
i . Joe. Bonmoif, Agent,
OoLonace At IrouaoroiM, R. R.
(OoLDHaoa Pio.oa v Ibbuiia R. R.)
No. 1 Kxprcet.. A. M. 9:80 P. M
No.9 . ............ 3 00 P. M. 7:90 P. M.
Accommodation 10:50 M
. , . 0. W Bmith, Agent.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Council. PaocimiNos The City Council
met last erening President Donaldson in the
Chair minutes of the prerioua meeting resd
and approved.
ORDINANCES INTRODUCED S
By Mr. Smith assess a
cents and 8 mills on each foot Iront of the real
estate bounding on the alley running from the
head of Long street, on Serenth street, to Clere
land arenue. Read the first time.
By Mr. Doirrr Making au appropriation
of $500 for the repair of High street, from
Monnd etreet to North Public Lane. Read the
first time. ',
ORDINANCES READ THE SECOND TIME.
To assess a special ttx of one dollar and
eighteen cents on each foot front of real estate
bounding on the east elde of Front street from
State to Broad street. .
RESOLUTION OFFERED.
By Mr. Smith Authorising Richasd Wilsb
to dig a well In front of his premises, No. 2G9,
North Third itreet. Adopted. Adjourned.
Ricint Militart AwoiirriiiNTa The fol
lowing appointments hare been recently made
by Gor. Dmhison: ; -v .
W. 8 Moore, Felicity, Ase'lstant Snrgcon,
flixtv first Resiment.
Thomas L. Harper, Cincinnati. Assistant
Surgeon, Fifty-fourth Regiment.
William Howard, Major, Fifty-ninth Reg!
ment.
Uenry F. Leggett, Quartermsster, Fifty ninth
Regiment
- Ilerrlck, Ravenna, AssieUnt Surgeon,
Sixteenth Reel ment.
Thomas P. Bond, Mechanicaburg, Surgeon,
Sixty sixth Regiment.
G. T. Forbes, Toledo, Surgeon, Slity-ier-enth
Regiment.
Joel A, , Dewey, Oberliu, Adjutant, Fifty
eighth Regiment. ..."
Wm R. Lloyd, Steubenrille, Lieut. Colonel,
Sixth Cavalry. . " ; ,
Richard F. Wright, Springfield, Adjutant,
Seventy-second Regiment. '-
R. p. Backland, Fremont, Llent.-Colonel,
Seventy second Regiment.
I.. M . Jaarctt. Zuieavilla. Adiutant. fieveutv-
first Regiment. ,
Darid Noble, Sugar Ties Ridge, Surgeon,
Sixtieth Regiment. .
Wm. Blair Lord, Adjutant, Sixty-fourth Reg
iment. " - - - i v, . v
D. A. Murray, U. S. A.V La ut.-Col..Third
' Cavalry. t -i , . :,
Henry Jones," Taj,MopfThlrd Car
John H, PUtt; Cincinnati', Adiutant, First
Cavalrv. '' m-. -,.
John B. JewetrrnesTille,: Adjutant, First
Cavalry.' . "
Israel H. DeBruin, Wmchester, Quartermaa
ter. Seventieth Realmenl. .-. ...
A, T. Johnson, Vienna Assistant Surgeon,
Forty-eighth Regiment.
B. F. Smith. U. 8. A Colonel, First Reg!
Cot. A. fi. Jones, Cincinnati, has been appoint
ed Aid to the Governor. . ,. . . . , .
ETNow when everybody It preaching econo
my, we take pleasure in, directing the attention
of our lady friends and of dealen la millinery
goods ' to No. C8 East Town etreet (the late
stand 'of R. ,HV Wan), where an assignee'!
tale Is progressing from day to day, and. where
the Indispensable as well as the ornamental ar-
ticlea.of ladies' costume, eaa be obtained at
greatly reducrd prioet, . See the assignee'! ad
vertisement headed "Great Bargains In Milli
nery," In another column.
. ... . - -
CarALar. There are nine fall companies of
oaralrr at Camp Chase,, awaiting equipment
The companies rank ninety-fire men, the larg
est number that can be accepted serenty-nlne
constituting a full, company.
I .ii H III II I
OTlD. Li'Woor), baring been ordered td join
the 18th Regiment of Regulars, of which be 4
a Certain, bar resigned - the unrrmattef
Generalship 'of 4 Ohio', "no' take ' ffe : "to-day,
the 15th last. Col.' Gaoioa ,B.;; WaiaHT,',at
present AisWaut, Quartermaster, ,! tb(Qw
termaater Usoeral. .
1 1 m i a a
, ill a Mi' J H
W Ohio ftai thirty-fire regiments of Infantry
In terrloe, and fifty-fire thousand soldiers in
camp and field,
j,
. Dar Goom, no. Crowd of people throng
tha cheap dry good! Store o( 8, S.Emib,No
119 South High itreet. w j
U" Mr. Lg.aay.ir, Superintendent of the
ZineiTllla Pabllo Bohoolu, i Lleatenant-ColO'
nel, and Ref.1 Mr. Cainahan, of that oil,
Baptist minister, Is Major of the new regiment
now Deing organised At uamp uoudard
'' -
ICT Four pertont were before the Mayor yea;
teraay morning lor getting flrtinK tne nignt do
fore. Three were each fined, one dollar and
coats; the fourth Was plsoed bh the chain-gang
ST It Is atated Col. MaCooK, ol th Ninth
Ohio Regiment, has tendered his resignation to
Geri. Robioianb. :'. ;
ICT Foursteameraroa Friday night, brought
to, Cincinnati two hundred and six pf the wound.
ed and elck soldiers irom Gen. Ro.can'
division. ', ... .,, ....-un
a ,I;.H i.Wt
HT Twelre steel rifled cannon1 hare ben, or
dered for Ohio batteries, making eigbty-foar n
fled cannon being manufactured for Ohio-, i
! FATMMT OF 'in' VoLONTOMB.-ThMO hu
been a good deal of complaint about the delay
in paying off our volunteers In Western: .Vlr
glnla. " In explanation; In part at least, of thiB
delay, the iollowina extract from a letter of
Paymaster-General Laknid to Gey. Dinnisom
has been published:
In reply to, your telegram of the 7th Inst., t
hare to Inform rou that Paymasters in Western
Virginia, are payiag all the reglmentj in that
Department as rapidly as they receive the mus
ter rolls, in reeard to which there Is cross la
ne-ranee or criminal negligence on the part of
m ' - ' -
vtuuvia. , .........
Indiana Potatoxb. Mr, A. P. Mason has a
large lot of fine Indiana potatoes cheaper than
our market price. - ' - "
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An Astonibhd) SotmntaNM. The North
ampton (Mass.) Courier says that a gentlemen
arrived in town last week, from Columbia,
Miss., who believed, until he reached the loyal
States, that Congress was la session at Chicago
The belief that It la doing business, and that
all the archives of the Government bare been
remored there, la common In the 8onth." He
was greatly astonished to learn that Congress
had been in session lately "at the old stand" In
Washington,' ,. '.V'" '.":" :.'.;".v
National Loan. The following are the sub
scriptions to the National Loan at . the agency
la this ofty in addition to those wegare the other
John Andrew! 7 tl0,5C0
Philip Anoa 4Uo..
Central Lodge, No. 93, 1. 0. 0. P 99o .
Brnat Ichnllar CCO
A. D. Lord . 50 .
Mri. Amelia Martin 300 -
r Jameall. Nell 100
This makes the total amount subscribed in
this oity up to this dale, $61,300. , ', '
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on
PtarvruAL Motion Ducormo Once Moat
The Indianapolis Smtintl states" that A, F.
Pibink, of that oity, has made a discovery In
magnetio science, npon which he has construct
ed an lnrentlon which bids fair to supersede
horse or steam power, and comes rery near be
ing a realization of perpetual motion. In fact,
it is perpetual motion Itself, until the machine
wears out, Scientific men,"" both In that city
and Chicago, where Mr. Pibinb has recently
been, bare scrutinised the machine, and with
one consent admit that ho bat Vccompllshed
what has heretofore been regarded in Impossi
bility, rii: to produce a rotary motion by per
manent magnets. '
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A PosTorricne RrrokN. The following is a
verbatim copy of the certificate attached to the
return of a postmaster In Shawnee county, Mis
souri. It would hardly be proper to give the
name of the office. This msy be some disciple
of Artemus Ward; if so, the pupil has beaten
the matter. ' Artemus might as well shut up :
"l hear by cirtlfy that the four goio A Counte
is as neer Rite as 1 no how to make it if there it
any mistake it is not Dnn a Purpera."
' IIumoa in thk Ens. There )s probably no
part of the physioal organization more tender
or sensitive than the eye', and when humor once
settles on the delicate organs of sight, blindness
is sure to follow. There are instances where
persons, having become blind, hare applied io
oculists in rain for relief, the professional gen
tlemen being ignorant of the. bidden causeof
the trouble. "Kennedy's Medloal Discovery"
has effected many cores where the patients
were totally blind from the aborje cause; land
we mention the fact at the present time tp in
duce any who may be suffering from any trouble
with their eyes to try this wonderful discovery,
and not these only, but any who may be troubled
with humors ef any kind. . :., )
Elegant Lace Mantillas,
No. 29 ScmtH-BLigh St.,
HaVB joat opened an fatotoe of very large and
bandeoma . , .. ........
PUSHER, FRENCH, AND CHANTILLA
LACE MANTILLAS AND POINTES.;.;
Widb French Laces "for' Shawls.
Very Deep Freneh FlounoingXaces. ", ' ' : '
Real Thread, French, Chantllla k Generese
Valenciennei, Point io Gaze, Brussels
and Threaa laces ana Collars, "'
YALENCIENNE9 TRIMMED H'DKFS,"
MALTESE LACE COLLARS'. SETS,
LINEN COLLARS ft CUFFS,
. v . In new Shapes,
PAPER COLLARS & CUFFS,: .
" : Fortrarellng
Traveling Dress Goods.
M0ZAMBIQUI8, FOPLIN8, SHEPBKBD'B CHECKS
SILKS, POIL IS 0H1VRBS, , "
, , tAYLLA8, BROOni VaLKNCIAS, o. to,
; The belt en4 noat faihlonable itylei In the city,
'1AT VEEY, LQW PRICXES.
. , BAIN te BON,
Jst U : ':'! f- ' . bouUi Ubih Street.
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REMOVAL.
0;
WltUlM H RESTtEAUX.
,! ;.; i H (.' DEALER II ... ,
Grotjeries,, J'1;.,.,
FroQuce, 1 '
.,;KvPrOTisioiis,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors.
,Fnlit9, etc. iet;c
HAS MMOTID BIB BTOK1 IROM -
V 0.' 8y NORTH HIGH STREET,
) . (iv -A feiSM I VTA V
Tbe oWttasd reeentty'ecrtpW byiWtyv MoSOMit.
d 1 " m i.i m i . imi naa aH)i-;i
i""-;'' He to ba dally raoetpt o --m
ntyt S?i!BiKiiBo
a . , ... vi uiwai waaa btviw - -
ft f j . rtii' "!' - ...(.
je.y ter lamerteBBt ry a'reeiaee
, I ., , Mill il m..m, m i , , m
TO Creeds delivered t City tn4e -frte'of sharp. .O
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TELEGRAPHIC.
From Washington.
Washington,, Oct.. 13. -In consequence of
the reports yesterday or a large rebel lores west
oi iiewlnsriiia, nnaer me circumstances ibuuo
ing the belief that they militated an attack,
the rarions dlrlslons on the Virginia side hare
been in position tD meet the enemy, ' :
Up to noon to-day the exoltement of this city
is intense, in consequence or rumors or actual
and meditated hoitllltlfs, but tne alarm graau
allr auleted.
the Herald's soeol&l Washington dispatch
reports from Bsnks and Stone's columns, that
the rebels do not appear to be maxmg any ue
monatration on the Virginia side of the river.
It it reported that one of our men was killed
tnis morning. . . .
1 A sooutlnz nartr from Gen. Smith's com
mand. near Fairfax Coart House, saw one of
the rebels fall from his horse, and several oth
ers were ploked np and carried away, beariog
tne marks of our suarp-tnooters.
: Intelligence from our Mexican Minister is to
the effect that the Mexican Government has
atksd for a Joan from our Government of from
fire te ten millions. Mr. Corwin regards it as
hlghlr important lust at this time that Mexico
should hare the money to pay interest on her
CiOgiisn debt, ana thus release ner irom nerpre
tent embarrassments.
Oar Government is determined to stand by
Mexico at all hazards, and protect her against
encroachments by foreign powers,
r Oar Government has addressed communica
tions to' England. France and Spain, to know
what their Intentions are, to which mo response
Has been yet received.
; Conies of letters from various Indian Chiefs
to Government Aeents hare been reoeired, all
of which breathe loyal sentiments and a deter
mination to stand by the Government. Efforts
sre being made to bold a Conference on the
Osage river, with all the Chiefs, In regard to
their future policy. Rebel ageats are rery
busy among them, bnt it is stated that all the
inaians. wuo are in arms against us, nave neen
coerced.
Capt. Emory D. Bryant, of the 3d Michigan
Volunteers, who was arraigned and tried by a
general court martial, npon the charge of rlo-
atlng the 42a Article of War, in leaving Ms
camp without the consent of his commanding
officer, and remaining out all night, was found
not guilty.' ' : r
' lbe Herald states that Wm. tiyrd, late deta
tne Auditor's office, and a man named, mar
tin, lately factotum of Jake Thompson, hare
been arrested and Imprisoned in Richmond as
pies. Botn traitors.
(Tribune's Correspondence.)
The following Ohio troops hare been sent to
Central Kentucky during the last ten days, now
Camp Dick Robinson: ICth, Col. Steadman;
17th, Col. Connel; 31st, Col. Walker. At
Nicbolasrillet 38th, Col. Bradley; Slst, Col.
Norton. , At Crnthiana, 35th, Col. Vanderrer.
At Olympcon Springs, 2d, Col. Harris. The
15tn, Coi.. Dickey, and 49th, Col. Gibson,
are with Gen. AnderEoa, and one batterr of ar
tillery. Col. Barnett, 1st Regiment Ohio Vol
unteers, left Cineinnati, Oct. 9th, for Camp
Dick Robinson, and a second battery left on
the 10th.
The 37th Ohio Regiment, Col. Siebert. left
the 9th for Western Virginia.
un t rtaay tne 4itn Kegiment, Colonel Smith,
had orders to leave their camp at Springfield,
Ohio, for Wotern Virginia.
1 be mother of Jackson, who murdered Ella
worth, was arrtitcd on Sunday, for keeping
rendezvous for rebel spies near Prospect
Hill.
TiiO Government is abont erecting permanent
L- t ur-Mu:M,AH i
uirm.ii 114 huiukwu lur maty mousBDU
troops.
The troops in Western Virginia are to be paid
off toon. Officers are hereafter to be paid at
the same time as soldiers.
It it renrted that Gen. Mitchell will be nut
command of' an expedition to drive the
rebels out of Cumberland Gap, thence to carry
the war into Tennessee. Zollicotl'er has with
drawn all hit imps to and beyond Cumberland
Uap.
The Times dispatch says that the rebels io
considerable force showed themselves on Sat
urday befere Gen Hancock's headquarters with
large Parrott gun, Banked on each side by
brass howitzers, but retired without firing. This
morning they appeared in some force on Pros
pect Hill, near Great Falls, but after a short
stay retired.
Proceedings of the Missouri State
Convention.
St. Louis, Oot. 13. Io Conrention yesterday.
Mr. Hendricks, from Committee on Elections,
introduced a bill to postpone the State election
till tne first Monday in Augnat, lBb2, and pro
ridiog for the continuance of the present pro
visional Governor, Lieutenant-Governor and
Secretary of State, in office, till their successors
be dnly elected and qualified.
. The balance of the day was occupied by
speeoues from Uriel Wright and Mr. Birch.
One of tne gunboats, in tbe course of con
struction at Carondelet, was launched yester
day. -.... .
Gen. Price's Movements and Force.
[Special to the St. Louis Republican.]
Stractjse, Mo., Oct. 13. Letters from the
rebols in Price's army, dated on the 9ih Inst.,
hare been intercepted and brought here.
Tbey represent Price and h's army within
eleht miles of the Oaaee river, near Panins-
Tifle. . . .i
He hat two thousand wagons, sixteen thous
and horses, and from eighteen to twenty thous
and men. ..... ...
Secretary Cameron's Movements.
IimRSON Citt, Mo., Oot. 13. Secretarr
Cameron and Adjutant-General Thomas passed
here at 6:30 P. M., to day, by special train for
;. Louis,
The Secretary reviewed tbe troops at. Syra
cuse and Tipton, to-day. . ..
A New Battery on the Potomac.
New York, Oct. 13-Tbe Herald's Wash
ington aoeoial ears a new tebel batterr is build-
' . n . . .1 r,
ine on toe rotomao ai ins muoiu oi vcuauiies
creek and Cock pit Point, where the ohannel is
near the Virginia shore. 1 '
A prirate dispatoh from St. Paul announces
the re-election of Gor. Ramsey by an increased
majority.' ' r
The Times dispatch says that a portion of a
German regiment fired into the piokets of the
New York aatn regiment, yeeieraav, in mis
take. It Wat discovered hrnr ny damage
was done.
' The Herald s Fortress Monroe correspondent
says the ship John Clark put into Lynn Haven
on tne lvtn in consequence oi tee etreBB ui
weather, and was fired on by the rebel battery,
but was rescued by tbe steamer Daylight, much
to the chagrin of tbe rebels, wno expected an
easv rjrize.
Tbe steamer Champion arrived from Aspin
wall 5th Inst.. Bailing- in company of the Mace
donian to Carthagena, and convoyed to latitude
33 by tbe gunboat Keystone estate, one Drtcgs
a million in treasure.
i .- "aa .
Wilson's Zouaves Surprised.
Hu Tiunai. Oct. 12 The refueees from Nor
folk, who arrived to-day on the Louialana, pre
rioua to leaving bad been closely searched to
n v.nt brineine anr newsDaners, bnt one Das-
eeneer secreted a Norfolk Day Book, which bad
tne disnatcn irom jniw unnuiei me aua
on Wilson's Zouaves, at Santa Rosa Island
The rebels, one thousand In number, stormed
the works in the night, and in an hour bad
anikad all the aunt which were in position, and
destroyed all tbe tents bnt hospital; captured
ammunition, rations ana stores, i
Maior Israel Vodeea.ot 3d U. S. Artillery,
reoently at Fortress Monroe, was taken prls
Baltimori, Oct. 19. The Richmond Enqul
rer aayt the transformation of tbe Jamestown
into a war reesel is Droeresaine rapidly.
i Passenger from Norfolk and Richmond glre
gloomy account of affaire. The Gorernment
authoritiea bare purchased nearly all the ouffee
in notion ana Kionmoca lor tbe soldiers.
Beni; Hoe-er; formetlr eommandlnr the Arse
aal as Parersburgf hat been commissioned
Major-General of the rebel armr. .
. The prisonera eaptnred oa the Fanny reached
NprfolK Armory, "1 !- v " '-f j r. ,
' " Among them are Isaao, W. Hart. Quarter
master wa. inojanai vapt. &eerer, tame regl
menti also sergeant Bracket! and twslv nrl
Vatet from Indiana and Illinois'. "Those- fiantur-
id at Chlcamaoomao Include iergeant Major
tomiy, lur BergvauH, wu wrporaiB, anq tUir
tyueTtD prlTStes w W v,n Blna.-
Rebel Camp in Floyd County, Ky.
Louibtilii. Oot. 12. The erening Newt
learns, noon unaueetlonablo authority, that
Breckinridge. Preston, Johnson, Desha, Wll
hams. Haws. Moore; and other secession nota
bias, are organizing a large rebel camp at Pres.
tonburg, flojd county.
It aava the have a force of six or seven
thousand men there. They are drilling eight
noura per day, and that tbey are alarming tne
mountaineers by circulating Incredible storlei
as to the intention of the Gorernment. The
News asks the Government to plaoe promptly
me (requisite force in tne mountains, around
which the Union forces mar rally.
xe3terdar afternoon, abont fourteen miles
south of Rossean's adranoe, and eight miles
from the rebel eneamoment on Grsen Hirer, a
detachment of forty men of the 39th Indiana
attacked three hundred rebels, half cavalry
without loss, killinir fire, wounding three, and
orirlng the whole force beyond xiacon creek
Later from California.
Pacific SraiNOB, Oct. 12. The Pony Express
with California dates to the 8th inst., passed
here this morning,' Business In Sen Francisco
is generally improving. General Sumner hat
issu .I his proclamation, ordering the manning
of the Uoitsd States military iorts in the De
partment by rolunteers, and concentrating the
regular iorces at convenient points, tor tneir
embarkation for Panama. The borsti and
equipments of the retrulara at the Dalles will
be turned orer to the Oregon volunteer caralry.
. ine bos Angeios star or tne vmn nit., an.
nounces the arrival of sereral families of em I
grants from Texas. These are bnt the advanctd
f. rtion of some one hundred and eight emigrant
wagons irom tne same state, it is stated tnat
Western Texas will ba almoHt denonulated dur
ing the present year. '
Gibson's Battery.
Leavenworth, Oct. 11. Gibson's Bitterv.
which recently came in from Utah, coneistine
of tw12 plunder howitzers and four G-pounders,
hss been atthched to Gen, Lane's brigade, by
oraer oi tue ar isepanmenc.
Washington Officials in St. Louis.
St. Lqdis, Oct. 14. Secretarr Cameron and
Adj. General Thomas arrived late last night.
The Secretarr reriewed the 8th Wisconsin
Regiment, Col. Murphy, which had lust arrived
by steamboat, before Barnum's Hotel, this
evening.
Wreck of a Schooner at Buffalo.
Buffalo, Oct. 14. Friday cleht tbe schooner
Saco, from Chicago, struck on the bar at the
mouth of the creek and was cirrisd on the
breakwater, where she lies lull of water. Her
csrgo, consisting of lo.UUU bushels of wheat, I
mined.
News by the Champion.
Naw York, Oct. 14. Advices from Catha-
gena state that Mosquera it reported hemmed
in at Bogota, and his forces defeated by Arba-
batta with heavy loss. The entire State of
Canca deolared in favor of Arbabatta. The lat
ter hung three prisoners in retaliation for those
shot by Mosquera.
Capture by Rebels—Arrest for Cowardice.
nruice.
Fortress Monroe, Oct. 13 Twelve of the
11th Regiment of New York Zouaves were yes
terday taken prisoners Dy tne rerjeie a snort dis
tance above Newport News.
Lieut. Zulen, wbo commanded tbe party wno
were in queBt of fuel, is under arrest for cow
ardly behavior.
COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, Oct. 14.
Qrocery dealen only a moderate day,
nothing newiwas developed as to the spirit of tbe
market.
The drv foods merchants have had a very satisfactory
week more so than waa anticipated in view of the fact
that Tuesday was election day born as to c name ter ana
extent of their sales.
PLOUft The low (trades still Bells readily ..maintain
ing fully the standard of prices quoted In our last. Kx
tra and family are In comparatively moderate request,
but are firm at $4 15 to 4 so.
WHEAT We place at tbe quotations Riven yesterday.
but tbe market ia atlll firmea than at that time, particu
larly ror prime reel.
COKN Bens quickly at Me to distillers, ana iSJ'-'c per
bush higher is obtained from retailers.
0AT8 Uncnanged.
BARLEY- Ilae only a nominal range at 4045c.
RYE Is steady at 38c.
WHIBK-gold readily at 14Jc.
. Commercial,
Cleveland Market
CLEVELAND, Oct. 12.
FLOTJR-Ssles 100 bbls XX red at 4 50, and SO bbls
choice do at 14 7a.
WHEAT Balea of 3 cars red at 5o. on tract: 80UU
bush on track at same; 677 bush afloat at same; 4000 bush
free on board at 9fio ; 1 car ordinary white at 97Xo; and
r it. u 1 l 1.11. .n.i -. a. nn
UWUUguKUIWIHUHHl v
CORN Sales of 1.000 bush afloat at 33c; Scars on
track at 33c; and 5,000 bush from store at 34o.
OATS Bale of 1 oar at -3o.
HI8HW1NES Bales of 85 bbls at lOo.
S1.EDS Timothy quiet and steady at 1 75.
(i III AT CURE.
DR. LELAND'S
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND'
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Bheumatigm, Goat and Neuralgia,
AND A SDKECTJREPOa
Mercurial Diseases.
All
It Is a conveniently arranged Band, containing a med
icated compound, to be worn a round the Waist, without
Injury to the moat delicate persons; no change in habits
of, livlni ia reauired. and it entirely removes the dis
ease from the system, without producing the injurious
effects arising from um use or powenui internal medi
cines, which weaken and destroy the constitution, and
live temnorarv relief only. By tnis treatment, tne med
icinal properties contained In the Band come in contact
with tne blood ana reacn tne atsease, tnrougn ine pores
of the skin, effecting in every instance a perfect cure,
and reetorinc the parti afflicted to a healthy condition.
This Band la also a mostpowerfnl Airrt-MixcoBiAL agent,
and will entirely relieve tbe system from thopemnrfotu
effects of Mercury. Moderate eases are cured in a few
days, and we are constantly receiving testimonials of Its
efficacy In aggravated oases of lone; standing.
. raioi t'i.uu, to oe naa 01 urugguts generally, or can
be sent by mall or express, with full dlreotiona for use.
to any part of the country, direct from the Principal
Office.
Ho. 400 BROADWAY, New York.
'. fc. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors.
N. B. Descriptive Olroulars Bent free.
A. J. 8GHTJBLLKB at BON, Dromists, AesKTa, No.
377 8. High St., bet. friend and Monnd, Columbus, 0.
Jjj Agents Wanted Everywhere.
mh28- y Isorlstp .dfcw
W. A. Batchelor'i Hair Dye!
This splendid Hair Dye has no equal Initantaneous'.in
effect Beautiful Black or Natural Brown no staining
the skin or Injuring the Hair remedies tne ewur an
effect of Bad Dyes, and Invigorates the hair for life
None are genuine unlets signed "W. A. Batchelor."
Bold everywhere. '. ' ' .
0HA8. BATOHILOR, Proprietor,
Jyl2:wly 81 Barclay Street, New Tor.
HAIR DYE HAIR. YE.
' Wm. A. Batchelor'i Hair Dye!
The Original and Beat In the World!
All others are mere Imitations, and should be avoided
tfyouwUh to ejeape ridicule. ... ;
OBAT, BSD OS BUBTI HAIR Dyed Instantly to
beautiful and Natural BrowA or Black, without injury te
HatrorBkin.
IIFTEEN . MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS have bee
awarded to Wm. A. Batchelor since lcS9,and over 80,00
applications have been made to the Hair of his patron
of his famous dyat
WM. A. BATOHELOH'B HAIB. DTI prodooes a col
or not to OS distinguished from nature, and It warranted
not to tnjure In the toast, however long it may be contln-
aed, and the 111 affeota of Bad Dyes remedied; the Hair
Invigorated for life by this splendid Dye.
Bold In all cities and towns of the United Btatea
Druggists and fancy Goods Dealers.
TTTTh Qenslne has the name and address upon a steel
plate engraving oa four tVlaa of each box, of WILLIAM
A. BA10UBL0B, Address
GI1ABLKB BATOHILOR, Proprietor, '
81 Barclay street. New lork.
, jyia-wiT
Canton Mittinga.'
H, M e-4" "Whlta aa lleel striel
4 White Checked of superior quality, for salt by
BAIN At BON.
No.SvBtlHIga
T1HE OHIO' STATESMAN
'- ; ff.
BOOK1
- J 4- t
:an0 i99 1 ; a
PRINTDTCr ESTABLISHMENT
Hating' Inereased Us already
EXTENSIVE FAOILITt BIS,'
1
.-:t ?.- . -tea ta i i
Is fully prepared to execute in tne
!.-ij.;:.i
MOSTiELABORATEMANNER,
,f7
i. a,
AND IN
THE LATEST STYLES,
CATALOGtlS, ,
BRIEFS,
BILLS LAJDINO,
BILL HEADS,
CIRCULAaS, iil.
PAMPHLETS,
- ...... i .. .. i
LKTTKB tlKAUB,
LEGAL BLANKS,
1! '
N0TES,(
DRAFTS,
CHECKS,
DRAT RECEIPTS,
:r;fit
LABELS, CARDS,!
ENVELOPES,
RAILROAD, INSURANCE,
I And every description of
LETTER PRESS PRINTIG, -
Bqoal to any Establishment In the State, and upon
term which will eompare favorably with the .
leading Eastern Printing Booses.'
Ha vina .every ITacility to aid TJ
, "':: .
IN THB PRODUCTION Of "' '
ELEGANT POSTERS . "
AUK
HIGHLY ILLUMINATED '
SHOW CARDS,
offer our services to alt who may desire that clan
of work.
tVe have connected with our Establishment a
BLANK BOOK BINDERY,
From whl we produce the
Zixaessit X31axl1x. Worls
AND THE MOST
8 PK B RAIL BOAS BLANK BOO
OUR . TABLISHMENT
It to beadmitted
THE JUALFLGcinmT
TBI MOST
COMPLETE IN FACILITIES, '
awn tbs host
PERFECT IN ORGANIZATION
In this Olty, and we may add,
WE WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE
WITH AWT
I. J
Ij'-i!
Prlntlug Honae In the West. ,
;: .v.'v :'f i;. A-.
RICHARD NEVINS,
PEOPBIETOR.
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
kiwark ohio, j. : .
in anaf actvrera ef all kind mt Par-
labia and statlnary subbi .ases-..
ajiBea, saw inius Jaa, . y
' dkC.v cVOe
LAJTXAi BODLTi Stattnl B. 1. BLASD Yeattnl
. et JT. B. DU7ALL Btatm 111 C0LBMBU8
: MACHWX CO. Bnll 1 1 BBAPtOBD
1 - 00. Mttmtun 'f 'rm
Our Portable bfriaa and law mil '
Was awarded the first premium of 50 at the Indiana
State fair for 1960 over Lane Bodley'i en account ol
Price. Ilehtnees, simplicity, economy of luel
: and sunerior character of lumber aawU
Onr BuUionarylnKtM was awarded at the Sams fall
Iha Int nmmlnm of BOO. ' :' '
uur Portable singine waa awaraea uie um pmniiwi oi
100 at the fair at aempnu. xenn., over nianoy s u
vail a, Columbus Machine uo'f ., ana uraarora a uoi.
by a committee of practical Railroad Rngineeri.J '
lor price ana terms nom
WILLARD WARNIR, Treasurer,"
doS-dkwlyeols. . , , Newark, Ohle '
Notice.
a S.I. PERSONS AMR HEREBY Rw-
i V TlflBD that my wife, MART. ANN, ea the S6ih
day of September, A. D. 1861, left ay bed and board
without just cause or provocation , and I hereby give
tioe tnat I win aot a raepeaaiote ioe-asy mw
traoted by her.
-ot-3w
! iOHS LOOAN.
REPELtiANT OH WATKB-PHOOt
OLOAB; OLOXBI. Also, othei makea ef Spring
JiAJAlk UW1U. aav, umw m.. t.
Cloths, la ell desirable atbtturee Bindlnra, Iaa
id BattoBS to matef. VAal
Okak
seta and
aril4.
f rjvHBVIItBHlHINV-.
T OHNETSi HIBBONS TABS), AM D
aprns . Br.S8 Boa tit High street.
- - YU.AMH WO!
STBAMjHlTNJNEWEIiL'S
'J I . I lit!
T.'l .if i .t'r ;t :, v i .t, ;'f-i- t
vrt COUGH REMEDY.
for all thtaitand Ini Ooaia4alnta bwd'.aI'Luk
atost perfect results, . Wnooru( Coooa, OHmoaTo am
OobmoiI' OotMBd iMemwuv am Tbboa ..-IT
always forerunners vf Coajayiprion Aa a Boots um
Bvaor It baa no superior. Vreed from all Opiate oi
metie properties, may b ased by saoet del teste eonU
tuUons, and with perfect eopovano:
7h
.11 ft
A !
THB aaiATaar N.-rn.t' flW.Ti 111'.
IWW..M, nuwiuui oo a paruoia ox upLum. wtf any sua
Stance bnt 1U atricUy vegetable and medical nranertiw.
I A BUM KADIAil n. Wi.... ..ar. .-.. rt
Tnm. im B.n . .... n . . .. n . . . n
I and all minor Nervous Complaints. .
il k But", and Headache la'aii in Varletiaa,
Bis are offered. , 7-
1 : OH DtLmirlf Tirana l( I.'. li.lV.rrf,;..i'"
1 toa Bowb, OoBHuuma, after nmoving the pain it acts
as a physio a most Important contrast with, tbe OTmlhtr
tory effects otflplam.' ... ' "T 7 T"7
thw. aun.r jm ,1. ..... 1
SDo.tSrn"Ui " 4e1,u fvm wltheat
rreparea under toespecr&l supervtsiott of J '
JUSIn Kit nCNNEWELLi .
.1 u'OBBMISTABD PBABatACIDTIST,
Ho 8 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Haas.
To whom please direct all communications. '; 5..'..... '
EIoa-Lane Cough Remedy, W cents per bottle.- -'
r ail- --ir. -. , il ,B'.
Tolu Anodvna. ill (tt.i. . ,
for sale bv the umUmI hnlMnU .nrl a...
"2" fl.MDIL,; w . K. D. HARPS,
rfuun n. uuiin. .t. ai. uvum .
0. DKNIQ It BONS. l.'jf. lOirnitr.T.Bn ITnie
- ...ui, ivi wibuohk unn.
STONE'S BAZAAR
No.- 4 Gwtniio '31&k.
A. P. STONE & O'lTAKPiA
ABE If O W K EOF IV I IV ft T II KIR
TBR OOOD8, Dd Id rite the pablio to loipec.
wvaaa iii; w.ia siiuvsk ui vjvvua rj VTCT fKvu DTOaKQI (0
t V ( m MaHkAe fflihA (n..lk I . . .
uuiiiMH, .ji, puuui, m oonsequence or tne raiiure
of (he grain erop, has nof been able to purchase the us
ual quantity of rich goods, and this fact ha forced the
Importers to sell them at pnbllo auction. Our buyer
(Mr. Stone) being in New Tork at theae lanm ! iw
advantage of them, and we can and will sell our goods
uQ.uyunn wno purcnaaeo two ween since,
paid for them in New York. Our stock ti etmnint i7
every department of - . ,
KLttiUANT DRES3 SILKS, , V r !
I Ul'TUMAM VJStrUUKS ,
BROCHE VAtENCIAS, . '
'' ; PRINTED MEEINOS.
-'- PRliiTun rnoriDKii
DYED C0BUR8-
BLACK ALPACAS, ,,
UKLKAMS, - "
. ' FANCY WOVEN FABRICS, ' -
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS, PRINTS,
DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
I Five Thausaiii; Dollars. Worth
Bought in ; One Day, , n i
LADIESV; FURS,; ' J
j HOSIERY 'DEPARTMENT.1
Men's, Ladles and Children' Under Shirts and Drawers;
Ladies, Misses and Children'! Hosiery of all kinds, in
Wool and Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined and Ootton Gloves
of every make.--- - - -
I . . Vrf If"
A complete assortment
tiea ot
of all tbe xsmil r'arie.
LADIES' CLOTHS,
I CASSIMERES, - '
' . . :; ' --- OVERCOATINGS,
1 .- TWEEDS,
FLANNELS,
RIBBONS,
' ' ' DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladies and Gent's Linen Cambric Hand
, -kerchieft, fto., &e.-' :
To persons who call on us, we pledge our words to
show them the largest, beat and cheapen ataak ot Beads
ever seen In this market, ar pay tbem-oae dollar per
hour while lookinc. . -w-.-- -
hour while looking.
-.decl-dU'Jtawltw
- -8T0N1 4a O'HARSA.
F
3 SICII BXDVCED
tlrom the Kewkork Observer.)
'As all parties manufacturiBr-8ewhist Hachlnea areola.
Hged Io pay Mr. Howe a license on each machine sold.
aad are aiso compelled to make returns to him uadat
oath, a to the number sold, his books give a correct state
ment, from thia reliable aonrm we havt obtained the
following statistics. Of the machines made hi the year
1859, there were sold,
By Wheeler at Wilson .1 21,305
. , I. M. Binger at Co lu.USJ
" Greyer at Baker io,guo
Showing the sales of Wheeler Jt Wilson to' he dtmt!
those or any other Company." . ,.,,-
Awarded the highest premiuma at the -
, United Btatea fairs of 18S8, 1B59 and 1860;
. . also at the
Ohio State f aire of 1859 and IMA;
. andaUnearly all the Oounty fain in tbe State, ' "
Our orkea. at the late reduction, art a toa a anv
loot tticA machine now sold, and but a trifle higher than
the Interior two thread chain sJftA macMntt, now
foroed uoon the market. . , 1
The WHRKLBR WILSON MAOHINI makea the
Loci 8ticb the onlv one which cannot beraveled. It
is Auaa or Bora Bides of the goods, leaving no rdg or
aAatnmlA woeter.eirfer --
AUmacAinet mnrramua I wears, and iniUructio
glTVH Ul UlOir UR. irav VI OUBTKO.
' 1. .v.t - - . . -
.. 11.. uiuu.i,ei iugn-coiomMs, o.
........ WM. 8DMMRR s CO,. 1
dec3 SawdSuanrSm f ike's Opera Houea, Oinctaoati.
: 1 . . CP9 .-" JiK'vr. .-a. !
Ms-
iff I
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l A
MRS. WINflLOW,
I r-, .
Aa experienced Nurse and female Physician, presents
to tne attention 01 mowesa, aec, . ; . w , .
SOOT niNSTRUP,
FOR CHILDREN TEET&tSS t
Which greatly facilitates the proeeea ol teething, by soft
ening the gums, reduoing all Infiammalion-r-wUl allay
AkiifAin anospasmouicacaon,aBaa. n -$t)RE
TO HEGVLATBTHB BOWEliS.
Depend npon It, Bothers, tt will give rest to yoanelvei
ana , , .
SXIIXr AID HIA1TH TO TOTJS tUTAHII.
We have put an and aoM tMe article for over ten veer.
and CAN SAT, IN 00NF1OBHC1 AND TRUTH, of iU
what we have never been aWe to aav of anv other medi
oine NBVIR HAS IS f AILCS. IN A SINOLB INST.
aavs,iu aur A4uaa, wBeaiuaaelyuseo smv
r me we snow aa lastaaoa of tUsaallaStclaoB, by . say 4
wno asea u. un tne contrary, au are delighted witn lis
operations, and speak in ter mi of commaadatioa. of lb)
magical effects and medical virtues. . We apeak ia this
matter "WHAT WB DO BSOW ! after ten ream' expo-
Hence, AND PLIDOl OUR REPUTATION run I OB
f ULILLMRNT Of WHAT WB HRRR
dbclaki. la
ItsnfftrlnglrosaL
.nd in fifteen orT
almost ever butane where the Infant
nain ant! exnanation. reiier will be roana
.1... I. .mlnl.,rA.l.
- ThvaroabtoprpniMonlethepirwtHmurofwf
the most IXP JRIBNOID and BKILLf UL NORfBS Io
ttew Borland, and bat beea, Baed With NRVaIR f AIL
IMOSCOOaSHIn ' ' '
- 1HOUSANBI fr OASBSi
'It not 00 ly salieve tbt child f tea pain,- but tovlger
aba the stomach and bowel, eernts aeidKy, and rivet
W VBSI IHUIHWtl B4 lUa UUJ r m ,,
tone an esiargp to Use whets tjafean itt Ulaiiaoatit4
Staaiiy reuev ..-i ,., T
esipura nr rax bowus, in wins couo
and erereoaae eonvaJtMna, wUcb, if Dot nedll erne,
died, end in death. We believe It the Blnl Bad 8Ua.
nT BBHBUI in TUB WORLD, In all ease of Ott
BNTBRY and DIARRHSA Ui CBILDRJiM, whether
it arises frosa toethaag, r from Bay ether eaoee... Wa
weald lay to every mother who ha a child aatfrrug treat
toy of the foregoing complaints DO NOT LKt YOCU
FHJJTJDLORB MOkV THJB PRBJCDIOCS Of OtHKKA
staad eelweea. yon and jew aegerto? ehiM. aaeV
ner tnat will neeuHjiwye. ASSOLUUt.i at a
fellow I
tneeastel
I tkUm4KiMmriiBataeid.. kaili,dl-
rertions let twin; will aoooerpwr eeetj aoMle. -Rem
gmnine antost tbe taeaimtle l VCKXU Av PeJLUii
fe'ew York, la oa the vetete wrapper. . 1 ' o t'd
Bold by all Druririata tbronghout tht world.
Prlacipal Office, is Aw Street tVT
PRICE ONLY 35 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
oeS7-4ltf ly.
Instant UeLlef I tp wemr Vvglt
Xrnrii
Catrlfr Fn Breaviatl
streng-tnen your
voice!.
THROAT CONFECTIONS'
' TT ..HVJ :..:. A
GOOD FOR CLERGYMEN,
i OOI' FOR LECTURER,' !l M
j GOOD FOR'rUBLWsPEAKERS,
GOOd"f6r SINGfcRS, '
1 r' GaSb T6K CONSOMFTIVES?1'" '
. f .,.. PPNTLBMEM OABRTJj, ,
SPALDING'S THROAT ..CONFECTIONS.
r
Y1' ! LADIEt ARB DILIGHTID WITH '. '. i""
SPALDINq-S THROAT CONFECTION?:
I O i OHjftDEItJ flits' f 0B J ,n Jy,
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTION?;
they relieve a Qough iMtantly. . : ; , 7.
They clear theThrpal. . .. ,(J (
They give strength and volunie to the roloe.
"piej impart a delfoldns aroma to the breath,
They are delightful to tbe taste.
They are1 made of simple herbs and cannot
harm anyone. --.-.
j I advise every one who has a Cough or a husky Voice
or a Bad B reatn, orany difficulty of the Throat, to set
a package of my Throat Confections; they will relieve
yen instantly, and yon will agree with me that "they
go right to the spot." Ton will find them very Diefu I
and pleasant while traveling er attending public meet
ings for stilling your Cough or allaying your thirst- I f
you try one package, I am safe In saymg that yon will
ever afterwards oontlder them Indispensable.
Toa will Bnd them at tde Druggists and Dealen In
Medicines. ' .....
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. , i -
My tignatan Is en each package. , All ethers are
counterfeit.
A package will be sent by malt, prepaid, on receipt 0 f '
TelrtyOenti. '
Address,
' . V ' . '
Henry O. Spalding, ;
NO. 48 OIDAR B T R 1 1 T,
' f.i , Vt I NEW YORK;'
i 1
CURE
NervoUsHeadache
CURE -TP
-By the use of theae fill the periodic attacks of jVer
eeiM or Bid BtadaalU may be prevented; and if taken
at the OQjnmeaeement of an attack immediate relief from
pettandX sickness wlllbeobtalned. ; , ' ,
.They seldom fail in removing the Xauua and
ckJu te which females an as subjeot.
jlhey art gently npon the bowels removing CM. ,
nest.
for Utorary Jim, BtvdmU, Delicate female
aid all persons tftoienUtry ablt, they arc valua
at ZrRBoMtx, improving the appdiU, giving ton
vigor to the digestive organs, and restoring the aatar
elasticity and strength of the whole system.
THB CEPHALIC PILLS are tbe result of long tnves
tlgatlon and carefully conducted experiment, having
been In ase many years, during which time they hate
prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffer;
lug from Headache, whether originating in the aerci
system or from a deranged state of the efomaol.
They ar entirely vegetable In their composition, an
may be taken at all times with perfect safety without
making any change of diet, and tk abtmei of any
dtfciyrtatU LuU rndt U KUy to odminU tr Un '
thtUdrm. ..... . .
I BIWARIOf OOONTIUfHTSl -! 1 -
The genuine' have Ivt algnatuies of Henry 0 Spalding '
on each Box. -a . ;(
Bold by Drugglttt and all ether Sealers In Medloinet.
'A Box will be seat by mail, prepaid, on receipt of the
1 jPzrloOa SO Cents. ;
All orders should ba addressed to
HEN It Y O. SPALDING,
t Ceday Streets New Verat.
r 1 riiDt Wfa
eT a V T
vrly
from the examiner, Jforfolk, Ta. '
Cephalic Ptlle aecctnpllsh the ehjeet for 'whha they
Wtre made, via.: Care of headache In all Its forms.
1 i From the Kxamtner, Norfolk, Ta. ' ."
- They have been tested In more than a thousand case
with entire success. , . ,
j . from the Democrat, 8t. Cloud, Minn. .
f If yon an, or have been, troubled with the headache
send foe a box, (Cephalic Pills,) so that you may hare .
tuem In case of an attack. ,,,,
J from the Advertiser, Providence, R. I. .
the Ophallo Pills are said to be a remarkably effeotlre
remedy for the beadaohe, and an of the very beat ftr
that very frequent eomplalnt.whlca hat rrer been '
eovered. -. , t
Lfrom the Western R. R, Qaaette Chicago, 111. r
e heartily endorse Mr. Snauldiac. and his unrivalM . -
Cephalic Pills. ...--.-nu 1., " .
i fro . Kanawha TBUey Star, lantwha, T. , ' i
Wt art nr that pertont sulfertng with the netdtetk?
who try them, wiU stick to them.
from tht Boathera Path finder, New Or heat, ta.
fry them! you that an afflicted, and we an tun that
yoer testimony can be added to the already numerous
list that ba received btneiU thatae owr aaeSJcla eaa
r,lno -.tr-t -
; from tht St. Loult Oemoerat.'
1 the Imatent demand rof tht article .Otpharlt fill
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t' J from thtdatstte, Davenport.
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Bpalding would aot oeaneot at aaa with 1
t did not tnotl to p otsist real mertu
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hottl of BP ALDnrdl PtlBPtaSD'
will tav, tan ttatet its eotlannBaIly.J3t.H;.., 1
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE f
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SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I
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t A aeeMerfblwni happen, tven to well regulated' fta ' "
iEet, tt H very leslnbl to have ton cheap aad eoa '
real est way M repairing furniture, Jpja, Qrotkerjr
1 rpAtBTrTa,SpRtmtD(IltTRl r "'
eats alt tack ati gentle, and n keaeensid eaa afford
tobawithoatH. It lsalwas ready, and up tehe tUckr
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"Tissruu ia aires,! duudb. . - -
4 tV-A I nub aooompeale each bottle " .
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Addreaa.
HBSRT 0. SPAUVIIfO, '
Rett), Cedar But. hi Test, n
At eertala anprlecfpfeet pertont an attempting tl
palti off on the untMpeeting public, hnitalloutof m ,
PRBPARait LCR, I weald eeattoa all pertona ti
be'on purchasing, and tee that the fun 1
I name,
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It en thtoatiidt wrapped all othert are swindling
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