xunrmar hulsb, miuhen. i,?
CEO. W. MAKYlrEWMTfs Editor.
FRIDAY. MQbNCLJ OCTOBER 18, 1861,
Knights of the Golden Circle—The
Leader and Statesman.
Fa, the enliehtcnment 6f our' reaier and the
Mi. insert oa oar first face, from the
ClttOaJiiXmderSJit.&ni daj' proceeding
In the examination, before United State Com-
mliBloner White, oi'FUDialw Codit, charged
with beios a member of . the treasonable order
.u. M Kntffhti of the Golden. Circle,' and
with MMolrW'Wit othere to' WfhrdW-the
Government bf the United' 'SUte.rt' Wefor-
, be oonysertf on the proceeding or
wt.ru tfUcaae ii Matting " 1 '
The excitement about 'Knight of the Golden
Circle " I a perlect god fend to certain paper
and politician in Ohio.- They were mo.j -flolent
to poUtiest captul, and; thie afford them
' . f t.t.jw t tli MmK
a rich placer, whlcn t&ey ere. w'n
hl. industry 'and perseverance. The
State Contention of their patty had essayed to
oome oTr.oa.pemooratio groupo, oy aaopw.
.:.. thr went, the Democratio State plat
form, and had nominated fer Got ernor an "old
nnt-mBUl locofoco," . Under eucta distressing
-l.,,n,.t.n!e..tbeadTentof the " Knighta of
the Golden Circle' wa moat opportune, and af
forded the old,opponentsk ofj.the. Pernocracy a
rich banquet in which to gloat and get wwxt-
oatoil an their heart' content..
In the same number ot the Cleveland Leader,
from which wa take the proceedings in the caee
of Cout. to an editorial article beaded, "The
Knigbta and their' Defender.'" It begin by
eying: 'The Coif mbu Srafewwuha at length
come to the" defense of the' Kalght of the
Golden Circle." The.' Statesman he, aerer
contained a word In defense, palliation or excuse
r.t th. .fnald Knlehts. ' TnuV the editor of
the Leader, if they bad read our articles, knew
when they wrote the foregoing eentence. But
they wanted, poor fellow, td make the most of
the little capital they (bought they had in hand,
for demolishing . Democratic, newspaper and
Democrats generally. That' the omy apoiogj
for them. . - r -J
The wtciou gentleman of the Ltadet go on
to ay that the Stutsman "denies In the strong
est term that there is any lodge or we una m
Columbu, or the State," and that it "say
point-blank that there is no such order In Ohio."
We hare carefully examined every editorial in
the SttUmtn relating to the "Knights," and
hare found no snch denial in strong, or Weak,
or any other term, nor any uch point blank or
other assertion. The inference is that the edi
tor of the Leader were in'grieTOng waDt of a
monatrona lie, and bo manufactured one, or per
haps, from long habit, it came naturally when
they, o one of Ihem at down to writ for the
paper. - . ' ' 1 ! ' ' ; '
It it laid "a man can tmile and emile, and
be a Tlllain." ' The editor of the Lead affect
to be rery graciovs toward us. They say: ''We
do not charge him the editor of the Statesman
with being a Knight" thank you, gentlemen,
"but" mark the terrible eutj-'but hi poi
tlrenesa Is suspicious."' Wa there ever any
thing more excruciating, not to say utterly annihilating?-
Poiitire assertion are put into our
month which we aever need, and then' we are
suspected becaase of onr positrnnea. , it seem
almost a pity, that we did not use such asser
tions, or at least suggest something of the
kind for the accommodation of the courteous
editor of the Leader, and thus save them
wast amount of downright lying." Perhaps
this alter all would hare been but a slight ao
commodation, as they seem to hare done np the
job they undertook with surprising facility.
The, Leader blames us for sajiDg "little or
nothing of the guilt which would pertain to the
Knights, if any existed." -1 We did demand in
the first srticle we wrote on the subject, "in the
atrongeat termaf tljatif.any 'tritora existed
among us, whether in the Golden Circle or out
of it, they should be brought to justice forth
We did not and So not know of the existence
of any Knight of the Goldea Circle in Ohio.
The Leader does, or at .least i says to
tate that "there Bare been and are at this
rery time Cattle of the Knight of the Golden
Circle in Ohio, and in time the whole accursed
conspiracy will be fully exposed." We hope it
will bet and we demand, in the name of the
Democracy and all the loyal people of Ohio,
that the time for thb exposure and for bringing
the conspirator to a just punishment, be made
as short as possible: 1 ' - ' ' '- " ;
The Leader does ot feel at liberty to tell all
it knows about (he existence of the Knighta Jn
Ohio. It may hare ample evidence that a trait
orous order ha been and I in fall blast among
ns. What it aaid about tb Statttmn may
have been prompted by a spirit o political ly
ing, which, unawares, took possession for a time
ef It editor. - That spirit asay not have
prompted, their itetemenU Jn regard to otter
matters. - We await farther developments In
the earnest hope that aS traitors, who have con
spired or are conspiring to overthrow tli Got
eminent, may speedily meet their just des
erts, v. :J2
The Vote of Philadelphia Soldiers on
- It is laid that the vote taken on the Potomae
in the Philadelphia regiment I about fifteen
hundred majority for the Democratio ticket.
The Republican paper are now laying: that the
eoldiera were "tampered with," and that the
vote la very nifjii"a- 11 11 estimated
that near twenty thousand vote were east. :
BT We publish elsewhere card irom Judge
Sab rxs, of Coshocton, in relation to charge
made asalost him and other by A. L. Habju
and the JsarwsL. Every bedy that know
Judge BuariM know that be la. a true Union
man, a all good Democrat are, and (he non
sense and twaddle which bogus Union editor
deal In, toward Democrats 1 only calculated to
subject those engaged in It to the- contempt of
all fair-minded men. . Y'.'
D7 Stavmah, tf t'je Delaware Standard, tayt
" Wad will hardly be re-elected " to the Uni
ted Bute Benate! 'Indeed ! Why not T Was
he not a prominent member of -the late Foiion
Union Convention T .Did be not. lay aside his
party feeling and go lor aba JJnlon T' If to,
why lot ra-eleot bin t Those 'who 'voted lor
Baw. Stawtow 4 Co. will pot Wear their con
jienee by voting for Was.
87 A paragraph in on OT Kusselrc letter
shows how Abolitionism U .regarded la (be ar
my. He say t PI waa talking to an effiaer tb
other day in front pf hit tent, around which
were ttanding six other officer. Tb conver
sation turned on Geuer Jf.Fiemont' rociama
tlon, and one said, 'If is to bs made err
against slavery, I shall- resign', no matter what
the eonaeqaenee may be.'t 1 doat think there
waa an offleer there, etffpt one.'who did oot
join In and T. ,' I would do the vary arae.' "
The Great Change of Public Sentiment
The Great Change of Public Sentiment in Pennsylvania.
The return of the8tte election in Fennsvl-
vanla, so far as received, show' woudetfnl
ebange of publlo sentiment tber in favor of
the DemQoraov. . Look at th following, trout
thlrteea ot the most populous counties!
Washington. ... V
1,003 , ..
. .... 41
!' Totals.... .S.6W 3U.6M1 1000 8,380 44,107 "51
Her i a Democratic Rain on last year of 44,
000. . Llnooln bad 89,000 majority in the State,
and it is more than half lost already. If the
forty odd counties to be heard Irom gWe any
thins like the rain of those already reported,
there will be a Democratio majority on the pop
ular rotf-a moat unexpected but gratifying
result. Cincinnati Enquirer. ' ' '
The reto of this Gibralter of Abolitionism
Is Tod, 3.23; Jwarr,32a. The entire rote
of both candidates is nearly one thousand less
than IiiNcotN'a majority.; -.,'.
, Mr, Howli, the editor of the Sentinel, re
celred 835 rete for Representative. Mr.
Kaon, the (regular' nominee of i the ( "Union"
men: received 3,007. They are both irrepres
sible Abolitionists of the rankest dye.
' The Dembcrats hare appointed Messrs. Jona-
tban Wist, Dan. Sheuun, R. 0. Moti,
K;. Hauaoox, and Q. H. Mosi their Central
Committee for 1861-3. . We like their pluck.
A self-eloiifvlno' Boeech was made bv GenCr
al Jim Lanes at Leavenworth, one evening last
week,' . f rom the report or it In tne nmte, we
judge that tne Kansas politicians are in a snan
of eonteatlon with one another, growing out of
the miliiarv asDiratlons of several gentlemen.
I.rj ceusea Governor Bobinsoo of trying to
break no his Briirade, consisting or nrteen nan-
dred men, by procuring an order for the remov
al of two rwlments to New Mexico. " He is aleo
rerv bitter upon Maior Prince, for presuming to
log-roll for an appointment as Major General In
the army.- Lane himself wants a new Western
Department erected, with headquarters at Leav
enworth, and say he will accept the command
After be had finished hi speech, a committee
was appointed to draft resolutions, whica com
mittee reoorted a aerie, declaring that a new
military department onirnt to be created, Includ
ing Kansas, the Indian country and Arkansas,
with the base at Fort Leavenworth; that the
Government should place at the disposal of. the
commander of such division at least 10,000
troops: that aeven-eiKhthe of the people of
Kansas are in favor ot giving tne command "to
the ardent friend of Kansas, and tried and suc
cessful soldier. General James H. Lane;" and
that General James H. Lane should visit Wash
ineton immediately, and "represent to the Gov
ernment the condition of things in the West,
and especially in Kansas." St. ieun Krpuu,
D One of the latest outrages perpetrated on
the West is the shipment to this point of brok
en-down horse, bought up for tne army in renn
sylvania. The first installment of these wretch
ed hacks, some two hundred and fifty in num
ber, arrived from Pittsburg on Sunday last, de
signed for Col. Brackett's cavalry. ' They were
ot all color and sires, and inflioted with almost
every disease in the catalogue of horse distempers.
We understand that many of the soldier
are ready to mutiny before tbey will monnt such
scarecrows; and If there la any good canse for
mutiny in the army, we conceive this to be one
under the circumstance. Chicago Tribune,vet-
terday. . r . . . . .
Wouldn't it be well for the Secretary of War
to look a little after the horse contracts In
Pennsylvania, on hi return to Washington t
As he I maklnc a tour of inspection, a aense
of duty will probably prompt bim to enter into
au examination of rennsyivania horse flesh.
And he might a well Inquire while he 1 at it,
how it comet to past that borset for Illinois
cavalry must be purchased in Pennsylvania. If
he should pant this way on hit return borne, he
eould not do better than take a peep at some ot
our treat manufacturing; establishments. A
committee should be appointed to wait on him
and take him aronnd. He it nnder the im
preision that there are no iron foundries in this
country outside of rennsyivania. nis visit to
the West ought to enlighten bim in this re
spect. Uncjanofi Wmmerciol.
Judge Sample and the Journal.
[For the Ohio State Journal.]
COSHOCTON, O., Oct. 14, 1861.
Mxssas EniTots: :
In your issue of the 12th Inst., is found
communication from one A. L. Harris, of thl
place, in which occur the following passage:
"sample" (and other named) "were known
and reputed aa sympathiser with Jeff. Dav)
and hi rebellion." That assertion, In to far a
it tend to impute to me any feeling of sympa
thy with the rebellion, or any of the actor in
it. Is utterly false. No act or utterance of
mine ean be referred to, which, without cross
distortion or perversion, even tends to sustain
suoh charge; they ars all in favor of the Union,
tne iionsutolion, and the law made m pursu-
tne ot it, without limitation or qualification,
COSHOCTON, O., Oct. 14, 1861. WM. SAMPLE.
COSHOCTON, Ohio, Oct. 17, 1861.
Eorraa 8tatx(waw: '
The above Is a copy of a communication sent
the Journal for publication. . It appeared in
that paper of yesterdty rnt the place of writing
changed from "Coshocton" to "L&ncABter,whjch
entirely destroya Its significance. Whether the
change wat intentional or aeoidtntal, I hare no
mean of knowing, nor doee ft matter the ef
fect It the same. Will you publish the above
article In the Statesman? . ,
.- . Respectfully, yours, etc., -
ET The New Orleana Trua Delta ays: "Onr
army contractor think only of maklnc: money.
no matter what may be the effect upon the army
ana ear success in in present great struggle.
They would sell their country , and their tools
for money. , ; -
From the news w receive from Washington
one wonld conclude that these remark would
apply in other quarters, than In U a -
xue ruiiauvipnia rreseiayi: i
- . , , .1 . ..
are very badly mounted. A number of the horses
are worse than those attached to a Washington
hack or a Philadelphia oyster cart. The frauds
practiced upon the Government In this respect
are outrageous, now sucn animals ever passed
inspection we cannot ieu. - -
The Democratic Backbone.
Tbe backbone of Ohio csntlnue sound In
Democracy, naving a woo np nobly in upport
of the Union, tbe Constitution, and the En
forcement of the Law, In the majoritie It give
for tbe Democratic State ticket.
Seneca gives between two and three hundred
Democratic majority lor toe staje ana county
ticket. - - -
Crawford over seven hundred mtiority,
Old Richland near three hundred for Stat
Ashland about' two hundred, and Wavne
anoui urea nundrea lor .Htite and county tick
eta.- v. . . , , it-
' Tbe backbone Democracy are not of Ibe atnff
to oe cajoled by tbe Abolitionist, no matter
wntt tntir asenmed name. Shield and Banner.
The Louisville Journal says that a slave be
longing to Jeff. Offord.a secessionist Of Bpen.
cer county, made hit escipe and delivered him.
self no al Camp Sherman. Ti e officers ef tbe
camp handed bias over to the Provost Marshal
oft Louisville, who, under. tlMtroetiooe from
ben. Sherman, retained bim without reward to
hit owner., '- ' " :
Tbe Journal bat notice also of a faaltlva
wlave belonging to a citizen of Loalsvllle, that
was' arrested and promptly returnee, to hi own
er by tbe Federal authorities la Indiana.
"Contrabands" Returned. Instructions in Preparing Claims for
The following eiroular of very conoral Inter
est has just been issued from the Treasury De
partment: ; i ,
To enablejbose who may have claims upon
the United sate for money due deoetsed oui
oers and soldiers, on acoount of military services
rendered, whether in the regular or volunteer
service, to optain the same, with the least ue
lay, the following lptqrmation ia furnished:; '.
ORDER OF PAYMENT.
,. Ordtr Krst. If4h deceased wa married
payment will be made 1st, to the widow; 2J,
if no widow, to the child or children (If minors
to. the Kuardianj. '
Order Second.lt he died unmarried -let, to
the fitter; 2d, if the father la dead, to the
mother; 3d, if both parents are dead, to tb
brothers and sisters collectively; lastly, t) the
neirs generally. .
APPLICATION, PROOF AND AUTHENTICATION.
. AppUcatitn. The claimant or claimants must
make a written apRlie&tkm, .under oath, and
over his, her or their .own signature, stating
his, her or their name, age, residence, oonneo
tlon to the deceased, with the letter or name of
the captain of the company and regiment to
which be belonged; time ot hit death and the
nature of, the pay claimed; whether 'arrears of
pay,",eto,; -the "one hundred dollars bounty,':
under act of July 2-, 1861; or "three montha'
extra pay," nnder aat of July 19, 1848. .
Proof, To satisfy the acoounting officers that
the person or persons that claiming it or are
entitled to the money in the character ne, the
or tbey claim, the depositions of two credible
witoesset will be required, ttatlng that tbey are
acquainted with the claimant or claimants, the
connections held to the deceased, and that tbey
the danonenUl arc riinlntcrpnted. . .
Authentication. The application anil deposi
tions, above to be BUDscrioea and sworn
to before a Judge, Commissioner, notary rub
lice, or Justice of the Peace, duly authorized to
administer oaths, accompanied by the certinoaie
and seal of a Court of Record, as to the faot of
the Bald judge, etc., beiog duly commissioned
and acting in bis official capacity at tb lime of
tne execution oi tne ioregomg papers.
IT the soldier oid unmamea, u must be so.
stated in the applications Of tboee claiming to
ne tne ratner, mother, nrctners or sisters, at
veil a by the witnettei. i . ,., i,
Proof of marriage (record evideuct, if possi
ble), must always accompany the applications
of those claiming to be widows. ,
Administration. It the taking out of ' let
ters of administration" is attended with consid
erable expense (often unnecessary), It Is sug
gested that, it be done only when required by
Discharged Soldkn: la all caee where the
soldier ha been discharged, rhe Captain's de
scriptive certificate must be forwarded to this
office, or It absence satisfactorily accounted for.
The certificate of an officer ol the army as to
the soldier's identity, in addition to bis own affi
davit, will be deemed sufficient. Where the
certificate of such, officer cannot be procured,
the testimony of two credible, disinterested
witnesses must be adduced, as In the case of
deceased soldiers. . .
Mode of Paymtnt. Payments will be msde by
an order irom the aooouoting ouicers on any
Paymaster of the army.'. Such order will re
quire the signature of the claimant on its face
before it will be paid. -
Mode of Presenting Llaims. All claimants
wishing to obtain Information, or to present
claims, can communicate with this omce by
mail, and will receive as speedy a reply as the
butintst of the e-ffic will allow.
fostage. Ihe Uovernment pays all postal
on nch communications, whether received or
transmitted by this office. ,.-....
A compliance with the above rules will in
sure a prompt settlement of all olaims, without
Address Ezra B. French, second Auditor of
Treasury Department, Washington City, D. C-
Southern News by Richmond Papers.
From a copy of the Richmond Enwrer. of
the 7th Inst., we obtain the following extracts:
A VICTORY IN THE WEST.
Additional Intelligence received at the War
Department gives full confirmation of the vie
tory gained by General Jackson on the Green
brier river. The following is the official dis
patch of General Jackson himself, addressed to
the secretary ot war: ,
GREENBRIER RIVER, Oct. 3, 1861.
The enemy attacked n at eicht o'clock this
moraine In considerable foroe, estimated at five
thousand, and with six pleoea ef artillery, of
longer range than any we nave. Alter a hot
fire of four and a halt hours, and heavy at
tempta to charge our lines, he wat repulsed,
evidently with considerable loss. We had no
cavalry to pursue him on his retreat. The loss
on our tide ha been inconsiderable. A fuller
report will be given throneh the regular chan
nel. For aeveral day my correspondence with
tien. boring has Deen uninterrupted. The ene
my' force wa mnch superior ta oars, but we
bad tbe advantage of position. - i
H. A. JACKSON,
Brig General Commanding.
Farther private account of the battle ob
tained last night, state that the fight wa prin
cipally oetween tne artillery,- our artillerrme
shooting well and fighting gallantly. We bad
only five or six killed and eight wounded. The
lose of picket goard, who were stationed be
tween our camp and that of tbe enemy, Was
not precisely Known, i ne los or the enemy
was estimated at a hundred killed. The most
remarkable circumstance of tbe action is that
of tbe part taken by onr pickets, about two
hundred of whom held the enemy In check for
an honr and a half. The locality of the battle
waa on tne pit leading irom Beverly to Staun
toa. On their .retreat the enemy had fallen
back about eix or seven miles, to the neighbor
hood of what waa known a Sabln'a Cabin. It
waa not known under whose command the ene
my were. . Among the killed was 8ureeon
Graves, of Captain Rice's artillery company.
lapt. Kice was Daoiy wounded, haying bad one
ot. nit icet snot on oy a cannon ball.
THE WAR IN KENTUCKY.
NAtnvaLi, Oel. 4, 1861. A gentleman, who
arrived this evening from Jbtstern Kentucky.
say that the Federal, four thousand strong,
advanced from Camp Dlek Robinson t Big
Hill, sixty mile nearer the . Tennessee line,
with the view ol fortifying themselves so aa to
prevent .jlliooUer' march into Kentucky
Our troops hare not advanced beyond Green
river;, j . ,;....- . y- ; .. ,i
Tbe Federal are fortifvinir Elitibethtowa
woere tney are encamped.eitnt ttiouiiud atronr
wun eicns' cannon, nut neoeraariea ou v sum
clent to last them but a few dais. - i , .
The Kentuckiana are redeeming Kentucky.
and predict that the Southern winter quarters
win do at be liouie, iiouisvme, Washington
sua uiiiimore. . B i. , . . .. .. ; m i i
THE WAR IN MISSOURI.
Oct f iu em. naraee is at
wiuiuuus with hi command.
Gen. Jeff. Thompson's force is now at New
m.j-u ti. t i. i .i--
I iuaunu, uuuuu hi at. uuuu lur iue purpose 01
Gen. Clarke la moving hence In the same di
rection, with twenty cannon.. ' .- .
Gen. Fremont' safety I endangered, and
eight tbouaand of bis troop have moved Pads.
can-ward from volumbus. ,. .,
CONGRESSMAN ELY PRESENTED WITH A WOODEN
SWORD BY HIS FELLOW PRISONERS.
Hon. Alfred B. Ely, M. C, of the Rochester.
.a. i.) aistnci, in iiioeoin' uongre, Who
wa captured on the field of Manassas on thi
memorable Slet of July, and who bsi since
been imprisoned in one of tbe Richmond tobae
co factories, was Ihe recipient, a few days since,
of a valuable token of the regard and esteem
m wnion ne is neia oy nit itilow-prisoner. An
iogenioui artisan among tht number fabricated
a wooden tword of considerable dimensions and
comely shape, together with a rope tasb, which
wat presented to the belligerent Congreei man
by a committee, 1n an address, which wat re-
filled to by Ihe recipient of the kinor in eicel
ent Btyle, followed by an acoeptatice of the
gift. The prisoners, of which Mr: Ely I ond,
seem to get along very well under the ctreof
Capt. C Glbbs,wbo hat them in charge.
Mr. Ely himself certainly has not suffered In'
flesh, however he may have done in tha spirit)
SUPPLIES GIVING CUT.
lor lb rapid, exhaustion of all tort of bud.
pile in tb South, we must look, for aa alter,
nativa of raliaf. either In the raiaioa at lha
blookarje, or ,ia tbe prompt end enterprising
aid pf Southern eapital in the production and
manufacture of.varlou artiole at prime, ae
oetslty. We have plenty of cora end fbtr,
rice, sod, tobacoor aad. oottoa, bat very little
of t anything ; alto. r,; A -winter approaches,
many of our aupplle are bting fast exhaust
ed. Oar market are nearly bare of candles
cotton, starch, aoaa. ail. baoon. refined lusars
aalt, Iron,' shoes, clothing and other oecesaary
upplie. , .j. v; ;. . . ' . Nrt 'I'
The demand for bacon, an artiole of prime
necessity, Is largely in exoes of the supply,
with exceedingly email stock! In the hand of
dealer. - ,-
SEQUESTRATION OF THE MONTICELLO ESTATE.
I A petition has been filed for the sequestration
or "Monticello." the former bouse ol Jefferson,
now owned by Uriah P. Levy, a captain in the
Lincoln navy, and occupied by hi brother, who
ii alleged to be disanectea towara me uoniea
erate Government. The estate comprises three
hundred acre of land in Albemarle county, as
sessed at twenty dollars per acre, together with
Improvements valued al $2800; beeidoa this
there Is another tract of nine hundred and sixty
acres, with sheep, niggers, bog and a lot ol
SURGEONS TO BE EXAMINED.
The bad surgery In the rebel army has called
tortn an order to have toem examined Dy a com
petent board, before they receive an appoint
ment. This has excited the indignation or tb
surgeons, who threatened to secede from the
army,- unless this implied suspicion of their
ability la rctraoted.
A corresnondent wi-lllnc from Winchester
Tenneasee, says that be has tent eighteen pack
Res of vegetables and other comfort to the
first Keeiment ol Tennessee volunteer in Vir
giuia, and tbey have not been received. He
says: " The papers teem with similar com
plaints, and also of deiloaoies, wines, cordials
brandies, etc., shipped to elck soldiers, being
consumed by dissipated Burgeons, assistants,
ana their naugere-ou." - lie thinks tbe new gov,
ernmont is aireaay a corrupt a tpe old one.
EXTRA BILLY SMITH AND HON. ROBERT E. SCOTT,
OF FAUQUIER, CANDIDATES FOR THE REBEL CONGRESS.
Mr. Scott has annnnnnfd himiwlf n. anHIH.to
lor Congress for tbe Ninth distriot. This is
Extra Billy Smith's district, who I now "in the
van of tbe army of patriots now so' clorloualy
aohieving our seoool independence," and the
ceopie ot ennce William sav thev w 111 not de
sert Billy, and intend to eleot bim; so there
win oe a light between Soott and Billy. Irob
ably Generul MoClcllan will defeat both of
then. ., i , ,., , : , .-
[From the Richmond Enquirer, Oct. 10.]
QUARREL BETWEEN FLOYD AND THE OFFICERS OF
THE WISE LEGION.
It appears that the offioer of the Wise Le
gion have disapproved of Floyd's conduct, and
published tboir opinions In tbe Richmond En
quirer, at which f loyd M greatly grieved, and
sends a lettor to the Enauirtr. of which the
ioi lowing is an extract:
HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF THE KANAWHA,
CAMP ON SEWELL, Oct. 6, 1861.
In the Enquirer of Oct. I. von have rjublmh
ed certain letters, dated in Camp Defiance, pur
porting to be written by officers In the "Wise
Legion," nnder my command. These persons
pretend to narrate my conduot in this campaign.
particularly in tne late actions on tbe tiauley
and retreat to Meadow Bluff. Their statement
are calumniatory falsehoods, having no shadow
of truth for their foundation ; but their intention,
and not less their malignity, I too obvious to
permit me to believe that they can.be injurious,
either to my own repetition or .that of the army
which I then commanded. ,
He then proposes to leave his reputation to
history, and to his "living countrymen who love
Justice." In conclusion be demands the namee
of the officers who Invented and published the
libels against "their General, that tbey may be
nicu uj ino uiimary iriounais, ana punished
according to the lawt of the army."
To this letter the proprietors and editors of
tne znquirir thus reply:
ENQUIRER OFFICE, Oct. 10, 1861.
John B. Flotd, Esq.: Sib: Your letter of
Oct. 6th It before ot. Not recognizing any au
thority in yourself, either individually or at
commander of the army of the Kanawha, to de
mand the names of our correspondents, we de
cline to comply with your request. -
TYLER, WISE & ALLEGRE.
We decline to furnish the namee of our cor
respondent! to Gen. Floyd, because oi hit pur
pose to seek his vindication through a court
martial, instead ot the usual mode among gen
tlemen. Whenever Gen. Floyd proposes a per
sonal vindication, the names of our correspond
ents shall be furnished. --
Wo thall dismiss this letter with the state
ment that the characters ot onr correspondents
have never been stained bv tbe ausnloion of a
crime, and that the charge of falsehood against
them Is much easier made than proved. Tbey
are gentlemen, the equals of Gen. Floyd, in
every respect, and what they hare averred in
their communications we believe to be true in
letter and spirit.
THE MARYLAND REGIMENT SUFFERING.
The First Maryland Regiment is Buffering for
want oi winter ciotning ana other necessaries,
and the book keeper of the Enooirer will re
ceive any donations for the tufferlng Maryland
The people of Wilmington. N. C are m.k
ing ocean salt by boiling tht water of the briny
ooeau. . mi saia mat lour nandB oan make from
eight to ten buehcla per day.
Vr'sjCL FlRrn Into. ThVaohnonm. Marth
T. Gause, ol Wilmington, Del., attempted to
rnn tbe guard boat stationed at the Narrnva nn
Saturday morning, and was brought to by a
shot. Tbe excuse offered was tbat Ihe captain
was drank, and below. After having been sig
naled by the cntter to come to. two e?nna w
ureu, uui me iook no nonce, u. o, inspeotor
nauiueau taca commnniCSiea torort L,llavettn.
npon which, the Fort, noting In co-operation
With the cutter, fired a ahot across the schoon.
er's bow. She then hauled her wind and stood
toward Fort Hamilton she betas- then a ahnpt
dlsunce below the Narrows. Soon, however.
she squared away for Sandy Hook, npon eeetoe
"iivu uo i wi kivo uer anotner nnoi. wn nh
struck her bulwark amidshios. nassloir thrnnoh
oloee to hr mainmast. Thl had the desired
eueot, ine schooner returning and anohoring
near the cotter. ' She has ilnce been released.
and proceeded on her voyage. iV. Y., Journal
The blockade of the Southern norte haa m.
cenuy Deen discovered to be a mistake. Mr,
Seward' freat error, aoenrrlino. tn thai
. . m - 'wm w whw v n
York Trtoans. was the Droclaiminc of th
blockade, instead of denririoe the norts of the
character of porta of entry, a might have been
done. It Is now discovered what those who
were at an conversant with International i
knew before that a blockade I a hostile sot,
and Is, equivalent to a recognition of the party
blockaded as a belligerent. Th ,;-
ii.i,.j ouim riuea Bitterly of Great
u.ia fur reooraizlnt tbe belllrerent ehann.
tr of tbe Confederacy, althonnti It dldcotrln
so nom we nad virtually done it ourselves. We
are oeginning to learn that tbe excitement got
ten np by tbe press in the North against tbat
power was aa causeiese a its effects are nndn.
siraDie unetnnati frus. ;
ETThe Cleveland Leader, that first rataorl
the flat of Tod for Governor, claim tha W
tion of M. 0. Lowry , of Erie, Peno , to tbe State
senate, aa "a great triumph or prlnolple," and
" a good vletory." Mr. Lowry Droclalmed
poldly for declarloe the slaves Ire bv nraola.
a! . aLwk -4 . en, ww
wmiou oi me rresiaent. i ne fteraid Bay the
DCOhle of his diatrlet haa hnnnral ttiam.lw..
by honoring Lowry. Enquirer,
Headquarters Ohio Militia and Volunteer
QUARTERMASTER GENERAL'S OFFICE,
COLUMBUS, Oct. 15, 1861.
This Department will reoelveand Dromotlv
trioute t) soldiers now In the field, all art!
clesof army clotblog that maybe donated to
e State, to relieve tbe present necessities ol
troops. Bat it should bo distlnotly under
stood, that no blankets will be paid tot that are
not np to the standard fixed by the TJ. S. Qoar
termaster General, vis: To weigh at least 4
lb, each, or 8 lb, to tbe pair; ill-wool, and of
a dark color, If possible. Tbe circular of the
Adjutant Genirsl, of Oct. 12th, fixe the mini
mum price to be paid for blapket suitable for
army purposes, at 60 cent jper potJndand will
be rbbjeot d Inspection aooordiog to army rule.
COLUMBUS, Oct. 15, 1861. GEO, B. WRIGHT,
Q. M. General.
DRY i COODG. 1
119 South" High Street,
, 'tii iliV !Vu
$30,000 .Worth of - Good
r , - v
to Bn put into uossy-ao
. -. . . i sm i- ". i
Broken Down New York Merchants;
. : --1 'i r -.: w;,-r.-..i'.f. !;
AT FIFTY CENTS ON THB DOLLAR.1
t j . i.i i itr, :j;ui:,
oossutrra or; hi
Lupin's Beat French Msrlno, worth hj 50 far tl 00
" ' " flg'd " ' 160 " loo
Bert Ottoman Olothi, .' - . tit . 1 J 50 ' - l no
Velvet Hep, . . .', .'
Irish Poplins, . ,
All-wool belalnes,'' ."'
Printed Oballla (dark), '
3 Caaes Prlnli,
' '75 '
1 u I"
6HAWLB Broche Lon thl' wn.iK ton . n.
Broche Baaar Bbawlt. worth a 10 for an, ai.n. dk..i.'
all prices; fxtr Quality Loaf and Bqtuni PUld Wool
Shawli; Black and White Plaid thaU Ubmn Wool
thawli; Gent's Trarellng Ihawltl fllorss, Bosisrr, Dn
denhlrti and Drawers. ...."..
Hoatakeeptr will find ajnll assortment of Vlanneli,
Blanked. Bleached and CnbleaerMii nit,n ikui.a
and Bhlrtlngi, Pillow Qase Oottena, IrUh Linens. Map
kins and Table Samaaks, praih and Huckaback Towel
lagt. ! ... ; i . ,'' -
, o ttrornaent of French ancoteh Imbrolderlei
In Collars, SiecTes, tace Betu, eto. . -,. i .
Clothe, Otnimeres, Sattlnets, Jeans, a full auort
ment; etc. eto. sto. - 'ti .: .' ...
S. S. EAMES, ; :
119 South High Street, .
, : ';r COtUMBUS, O.
Batlth. llHun Co'e Km P.t.r,( TTnnir
..I. 11U nlk Uk .. . ,,.v.
Domestic Cotton Goods
' - - '',''..,.t.,
BAIN" 8c J30N
f,"8". ,se mn,t Eitenelvo AuaotU
nut) a i vi - '
; Brown and Bleached Oottoa Vlarme'li: ' "'
' " Mashae;... . '
i Barnaley Cotton Bheetlnge; ; , ...
Select Btylee of Callco'a and Balatnes: . ,
( Tickings, Bhlrtlngi, Glngluunt, .
I , And Ootlon BttUngi. ... -.-. . .-:!.).
! Alio, Blanket, PUnnela, : i ; . '
Caalmerei, Cloak Olotha. ate, etc. , r -
Much below regnlar prices. ,
, " ' ' BAI! It tOV,'
""O - , ' BonthHIh8tree.
"PLAIN, PLAID, BJTBIPBD AT WIM..
.. D. The most extensive stock In the city.
Army Woolen Books.
Shaker Bibbed Socks. "' ", ", ' ," ,
Under Shirts and Drawers. ' 1
Cotton and Merino Socks. ' '
Golden Hill BhirU. '
Oenl's Kid Gloves.
Cent's Linen Collars, Heck Ties'.
' BAIN a SON,
wtlt Noi 59 South High Btreet.
T7F.R1T STTLISU STRIPED CLOTIl
v cmanuB, in new aesigns at Mi 00 Taint f 5 00.
1.000 yards Bnper flain Black Bilk at 1 00 Value
French Merinos, 65 X cents Value 87W ets s yard . '
4 1 cenu vaius i ou a yard.
BAIN Sc SOW.
OctlO No, W South Hllh atrcat.
PRINTED OTTOMAN HEPS, "
riam vonaa uioios;
. Magenta and Black Check Valencia; '
Broche Konbaix Drew Ooods; ;
Balmorals kit U; -. ,
Alexanders' Kid Glovei;
' qore Trail Hoop Skirle.
. CoraeU. Hair Nets, r; ( . r
Plaid Merinos. :' J V
; BAIN At SON.
oetlG No. 39 South High Street.
Delaware Common Flea.
J. 0. Knapp at Co.
TJT VIBTIIBOP A WHIT OF FI,
XJ In the above caee, and alio two other writs, one In
favor of John P. Bonn va. i. Q. Knapp at Co., and one
In, favor of William 0. Bnnn vs. J . 0. Knapp Jt Co., to
me directed from the Court of Common Pleas of Delaware
county, Ohio, I will offer for sal at Ihe iter room No.
10 Bast Broad street, Buckeye Block, In the city of Co
mmons, salt commencing on
Monday, the 14th day of -Oot., A.D. 1861,
notions, two stoves, one step ladder, two setslalrbank's
scales, one desk, one eigHlday clock, etc, eto. , . I
Printer'! fees ill SS.
W. R. KutT, Ancllonctr.
sepSSdtd. , . .,.
HUFFMAN. Sheriff, .
By Bn. Davis, Depaty.
BlUs, Wheelock k Oo.)
vs. Order of sale In attachment.
J. 0. Knapp at Co. ) ..
DT VIHTI7F. OF A! ORDER OF BJAE.E
JLf to ma directed rrom the Innortor Court of frank
lin eonnty, Ohio, tn the above ean. and another naao.
wherein f rod. Bnttevotld, antne ef Deforest, Ann
strocg Ac Co.. an plaintiffs, vs. t. 0. Knapp Co., are
defendants, I will offer for sale at tht store-room, and
after tht execution! ars Misled aa described In the
above advertisement, tht remaining portion of said
stock of goods; sale commencing on
Friday, tbe 18ih day of October, A. D. 1861,
OtYlock, A. M. : L . - j
rrjnter sfees, 5 50.
i 0. W. EUfFMAN, gherlff,
' By Bd. Davm, Deputy.
oclfdtd. ' J ' . ..
. STARLING, m
COLUMBUS, '; OHIO. " v
rpnE REGCI.AH COfJHSE OF LECa
.a. x UHiti in tnia inetitntion win naawa
TiiuBBuax, tnevetnor 0CT0Btt, and eontinne un
til the 1st of March, 180. . .
S. M. SMITH; MdI,','.'-- ;
Professor of Tbeu, " a-nwUce, aad Dean .
r". FRANCIS CARTER, M. D, '
Prof, of Obstetrics at Dlieues of Women At Children.
JOHN DAWSON, M. D., , f . , .
Prof, of Anatomy and Physiology.
i J. W. HAMILTON, M.!d,'
" . , ... Prof.- of Surgery. 1 " -j ;-. i .- . i :
S. LOVING, M. D., ' - V
Pref. Hat. Med., Therap. A Had. JarUprndtnc.
. THEO. 0. WORMLEY, M. D.,' .
Prof, of Ohemlitry.;
; , R. N. BARE, M. D.M . . . !
Demonstrator of Anatomy. i '
1 -- I'-'-
Tlokets for'all the Prnfaaaoni. .
aUtrlOnlatlOnTlfkatfonln.Mmn.l..... s on
fradnatlea lots. ....v.; SO 0
Demonstration Service...... 8 00
Boarding 2 to 3 per week, Utoludlng light and fuel.
Tht Cllnleal and Hnanllal adrutama mnalaa la Ih
large and diversified Collect Citnle and th Hotplul of
tht franklin flnnnt TnSrmarv. Baalda thaaa. th
Unitary Oampe in tht neighborhood will bs aooeaslbl to
Medical Btadentt. -
All letter! ol Inquiry will S promptly answered. H
SddreiMdto " ... ,
ootltd .' ' t.Ji. SMITH. Dean. '
ff?m Baltlmdrt SnJ fair Dana. , . . M
at WaSBM ,0jfl an krtlt Sepot, Ho. St Cast
bs la dally ractlot, by Express, of ., , -u
11X3 ABLET & EBERLY
J AYBJtKMOVEa TO TIIEII NBUM
Noi. 250 ad 252'BouthBigh'6trett,
wu hh nmunii v ih htinw hi wu u t n ti . ii iw
H..I.. Ih. M . " ' .'-"""""-I
Headleyi Ebfirly &iRichar(ls,
forailog one of lha u,obi ti, i,.i. '.J..
a, . , .7 , . q-n v, .win. HVUC m UC
Houm Is constantly -roylnj New Qm.Ii,
'f fill .Mjiji kJ. iii'-jrf-."; J s-l
NEW, BTTLES OK D E S3 GOODS
t PT AlTiT a Mri ivrflTD i?r o Don i .
PLAIN AND FANCY SILKS.
I Tht Ntwsit and Neatest styles of
Hamilton, Manchester! and Pacific
I";,- WACliiCO 'I -I' ' ' "-'..
I . i, M V..I J
In the City, can b found at , '
HEADLEY, EBERLY & RICHARDS. ,
i Balmoral Skirt.
In ETMtxarlety, just recelred by ';' ' . ' , .
HEADLEY, EBERLY & RICHARD9j'',;.
I t'.-, ,'t ..' '4" '
( ..... .. ' ' ' :( -
, - GLOYE3 If HOSIERY, ' ..V
LADIES CLOTH CLOAKS, '
. . . ;V, ... . I.,,-.-! ... l ... '.
Of th Neweit Styles, Juat reoelrcd, and alio pads' to
order, by - , , r,, '.
I HEADLEY, EBERLY & RICHARDS.
J -. ,n . .. , vti .- T". " ti-i'j .'I i . '!
1 ALSO: '
,1 ,.- - A.-:,.,r A ....... .A
-'.-i BILK VBLVKT TESTItfaSi
t i r
MBEKIMAO PBINTB, 1" BOOP f KIRTB, .,('
OOTION CHAIN AND OABPBI WARPt. it . i '
.xnis nrm, nannt aaootea Uie Daah avitem 1m the nnr.
chase and ule of Ooods, ar snabled to sell from IS to SO
peroeni. leas than other hoaaes nnder the credit system.
HEADLEY, EBEELY &, EICHAED3,
i 250 and 252 South, High Street, . i v .
I "' ; . Col umbwe, Ohio. .
wlB-dly - v
NEW GOAL YARD.
ryMK IjNDEHSIONeD KEEPS C tilt.
Mi BTANCLT on hand and for Sale, the best auality of
HOOKING- GRATE COAL,
wklch he will Mil at the lowest market prices. -
' Call and ei.mlne my Coal before purchaalnr else
where. ... .
Office at the store of Bradford-, flaydata a Co., head
i MERCHANT TAILOR,
No. 220 Bouth HieVrBtreet, Three
TTAS Jmt received a choice stock of FALL AND
XJL. UOODB. auilable for ntleman'e r.
I Ooatomers will have their orders neatly and substantial
ly czTCniea ai tne lowest rates.
iWholeeaie and Retail Dealer In
TOBACCO, SNUFF & CIGARS
$To. S5 Jrmth Street,
P 1 1 S B U R G II, P a ,
Keop fonataatlr kaad all iba wa
i I rtona BAtANaBi el
Oot. SB-lid ,.,
J l a ri ti.
William -a., oui.
t coLicnncs, oiuoi .,. .
,i , Jsxa aeea etore,;
'j ' ),'- BIALIB III ' ' r" "
,. j VAUS, SLAM, f ABB, PTTTTT, fJORDAOB,
Onaa, pjatolst Weed VlUew Ware,
smtraaov aauerBtlUni, I see leather, Hose and
! JTATNEf AGUE BlIXTCREai
Is, an infallible stmedy for fever and Aine. The ex-
Dtrisnet of mativ In ,inMi n tmt I
m . Hw.v..w. v....i. y.vfwi
that where area ia sbWtaooordanos with the directions, I
.. ua nmj mm mcurv, sos oniy cy nreuisf toe
chills, bat by removtoi themerbM habit ef iht system,
preventing tht reoarrtnoa ef thsdlseas. ' , :i -. -
PHTia AND AQU1, though not la lltelf danrorous.
hi apt, an lees speedily removed, 4o have such apernl
don effect on the system, as to engender disorders mnch
mors baneful than Itself, aad which aot taly nnder the
after-lift of the patient nttarablt, bat art la themselves
often fatal. A prompt and effectual remedy Is therefore
what Is wanted, uht as inch Da. D. Jam's Aani llu
nasil confidently recommended. For sale by Htsirs.
Boaat-rs at gaatm, Colnmbni, and by. agents evtry
whar. "-" ' i
r - - '
sepldiwfrifcsatAw4w , r, ,, ., . t,
MANHOOD, v ,
- 1, BOW LOST, BOW BI8I0EIP.
Jut Published In a Sealed Invelopt; PrioeSirts t
I A L10TTJB1 OW THf waanrB, TRBaxHXNT AND
BaixAi, oojU OP BPKKti ATORRHJ A Or Seminal
Weakneas, lnvolnntarr Smiations. Sexual Dabllltr. and
Impedlmtnts to Marriage jrenerallly, Nervonmett, Con-
uuuuon, apnopay ana win, mental ana rnvsicat in-
I eapaoity, malting froa Belf abote. Ae. By Kobert i.
I Oulverwell, IT. D., author ef the Clrtta Book, A.
A Been te Tboaaacitle f Bafferere.
Sent nnder teal, la a plain tnvelopt, to any address,
Joet paid, en receipt of two stamps, by Dr. OKAS.
. 0. KLIKB. 187 Bowerr. Meir York. Poet OfHna Rn
no fnscv. sep7;amdSt
Fereane ot full habit, Whosrssnbjsetto
Oostlrtntss, Headache, audioes, Drowsiness and sing
ing ia tht ears, arising from too great a flow of blood to
the head, should never be without Brandrelh'i puis, and
any highly dangtrons symptoms will be removed by
their Immediate aee. . , - 1 -, -. -1
Th Eon.J. Hant.of.Westchester eonntv.'lf. ,v .
seventy -five years of age, has ated Braadreth's Pills fer
twenty flv years ae hli sola niedldnt. When he feels
lo disposed, bs it from Cold, Bheamatlam.
aohe, Billons Affeetloat, Oosttvtness or Irritation ef tht
kidneys or bladder, he floes nothing bit take a few doses
or Brsadrtth's Pills,
Bis usual method U to taks six Bills, and rMhu tha
os each night, en pill, j, tvery attack of sickness
tor twenty-five years, this ilmplt method has ntvtr failed
to restore him to health; and few men art to be found so
ana nearry as he. ;,-., , . . . . ., ,
Bold by Joan R. Ooos, Dragrlis,- Oolembn, and by
rnHHinaisnia saetnoints. . . -
I ill .;,TilM .iIM' ' " '
mia i ti J iJ) i. ,
Tit JollowUgT u ai oxnntet from
ktttl writtM try the RV. 3. S. Holme, paster ef the
Pltrrtvolnt-StrtttBiuTtSse Chart, Brookry, II . T.,to
thM Journal aot Mttnagar," CWnnatt, 0., and setaks
volumee In favor, of that werU-rtaewnt satdtalae, lias.
Wataum'i Sooraaw Srati w 0hji Tamrorai
"Weave aa edvevtlamesS ka ytr ealnan of Mat
Woanow's Boothim liaor. fiowweswvartaida vt
Savor of a patent meiUcMt nerors la oar lift, bat wt .
tMl eon paiied MI4 1 iwitrreadn that thb Is aa nun
- - aim In t : ...
n,ounnw It leprohftly errterta asset imeettJial medl
Call et-e ef tht day, keeauat U on of tht ktet. And thoss
Jtrnwrreaderewfaeaar kaMeseaaHdo hotter tha.
h , k V
I'll-,;,, KIM- J
MILLIONS OF MONEY
For aa Inch of Time! .
WASOIVCE THE EXCLAMATION OF
a dying Qaeen. That Inch of time can he procur
ed at a much cheaper rale, and many long yetri of
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
enjoyed byennenltlnR Dr. MKRETWEaTHKB, who
le earing the moet obitlnate and long-atandlng dlieaiei
of the LUNGS, HBART, LIVER, KIDNBVU, HI.AD
PBH, BTOMACn RUBI7MA.TI8M UI8EA8BH PKOU
LtAR TO WKMALE8, BK1N DISBABE9, AND ALL
AFFEOTIONB OP TUB EYE AND BAR.
Facta are Stubborn Things!
Heatwhat the Philadelphia eorremondent ran In the
"Commonwealth," Wilmington, Delaware, 9th of April,
lll.ln.1l.hM.H kH...l.u...d.Jlh .V..
. ,.uh.i..u iuiuicii, wuui:.. "u I w
Brtttah Army, and who styles blmielf the 'Indian
Botanlo Phyilclan,' has of late (rained an extensive repu
UHenheraby hie eklll In cnrlnir all manner of com
plaints. Some of hli patients I have convened with.
And they pronounce hii remedies and mode of treatment
ae very eaperlor. Some have been restored al If by '
magiov Tb medicine he nses Is distilled by himself
from various herbs possessing rare curative properties.
1 "While acting (nine army he devoted hit leisure mo
ments to a thorough Itndy of the effects produced by
certain medicinal roots and herbs on all manner of die- '
I eases. It seeme he his found a rare and speedy reme
dy for all the 'Ills that flesh li heir to.' nil practice li
already extensive and la dally huraaaing. In the com
plaints to which females are nbjecled, he has no equal
as a larg number here have testified that they owe not -only
thall nreeens rood hanlth. but thnlr lima. tmh.
IU ot this Indian Botanlo Physiolan."
Office 37 Ess iate-Street, Columbus.'
augl7-d3m ' ... '
looi. :-) ' lOOl.
j GREAT WESTERN
1 1 . 1
State Imprest f)o., l'rop'rs.
FAST FREIGHT LINE,
Via New York & Erie Railroad,
And all . other Roads Leading West
i and Southwest.
. - . ,
Chartered Car over moat Boids on Passenger Trains.
M. n. iiovsr, Ag't,
j V9i uroaaway, ,
! WMi H
I A. L. KNIOHT, Ag'l,
T. . . S5 Slate St., Boston.
FERBY, Superintendent, Buffalo.
II. FITCH c HON, Agent, '
87 Weet Broad Street,
Colnmbns Wholesale Liqnor Store
r, LACELLE ROSS & CO.,
. i . '
j IMPORTERS AND DIALERS IN
Foreign and Domestic Wines, Brandies,
! Sec. fee. ALSO, .
I . . -.. : . .. . . - i
OtD RYK, MONONGAIIELA & BOURBON
WAREHOUSE AND OFFICE, 254 SOUTH HI(1H ST ,
: i . , COLUMBUS, OHIO.1
1 ; (LatttFhalon'ilittahlb-iment,H.T.,)
PHOPK1CTOK OP TilElVEWlOHK
i Faihlonable Shaving, Jlalr Onttisg, Shampooning,
Curling and Dressing Saloun, ... . , , .
South Hiah St., over liliu'o Store.
where latlsfacfiun will be given In all Ihe various
Ladies' and Children'! Hair Drestlrjf done in the beat
trie. , ., .
. sepl3dlr : ' ' ' ' " 1 '
- - '
; ' C0LTJMBU3
M : i-
Tbe Heat Artiriclnl Help to ibo
, Ituruun rjiglit ever Invenlr-rl.
J08EPH 8. PERIEY,
, . ' - . ,
PRACTICAL' & SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN,
KEEPS. THE '.LARGEST AS$UHT
merit of the most Improved kinds ot Spectacles.
ii. nie uwnee, wnetner lor near or rar-slghted, art
(round In eoncavo convex form with tha a-reateat ram.
as to salt the Eyes of all cases, oaring Weakneso,
Dlsilnett'tr Inflammation of lha Kvea. anil imn.,iin.
strength for long reading or fine sewing.
Office. 13 Bast State atreet, at Seiner at Webster's
Music Store. .
augS-dly . in I "
rji ,ir 7 ? '
jBaltunore. Clothing Honser
v. i . I ..... . .
autmraoTrani ahd waouiuai dbium is - -
.! No, 308 .WjIWtimoreHstreet,
(stTwaaa twin in aowaiD,) yt - v
j , ; ,BAI.TIITIOUE, ld
Auortaent ol fito and rnrnlsMiii
flood Oonitantly oa Band
WM.'li. RESTIEAUX: '
' ' ' ....... . ii. . . ,
UOOISSOB TO MoKBH at KESTIf ATO' - '
No1. 106,, South'-:Higt Btrev:; '
c n o Hk n i e s, product
foreign and Domestic Traits, l3h
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LOUR, 8 ALT, LIQUORS, aRT.C;r
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