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MAN 1 PENH T MILLIE, PnUUfcart
Baiter;
OOL1UMBO8, OHIO.
"Watchman! What of the Night?"
WWI (nay our animus Mend who puts thli
night in Amerioau, Lalwyli One jear ago, tb
1d begu,ta be vent(uJoiii (a six mouths,
lHoooiyioui sbatttij deepened luto iwilight.and
since, taic datkneds has supervened. It
Said tht tne tUikeet-aour it jest before dnj
light. Whether we bate reached lht mo-
mentoos crisis, none ' but an tuspired prophet
can ra!l. 0rMlJDUy e discern Sashes of light
fliftogos the mark? horizons but whether
these are merely the corruscatious of transient
etflror the genuine harbingers ef the day
spring, Is to ua ao jiosolved problem. . r t
. Experience, bUtorv, assures ns (hat nations
must bare Iheir seasons of darkness and trial
9 well asitidiiiduAlrSuchJn ths order of
'ProsWeBee-U'-tlie-'iot-trf Tineianlty, Intended
no doubt, to acrniplta' Vlse and -beneficent
ends. These ends ma; be bidden from our lim
lted viewj but high authority exhorts us to rest
la she assurance that" He worketb all thlog
The night bag its duties as well as the da;)
. kid the former" are often of the sterner and more
$ )lf-dcnjiog kiad. It. la usually in tbe night
'season that disease rages the most fearfully
and that the "ling of terrors" visits the abodes
of mam- Then,. the faith, hope, courage and
virtue of individual men and women are on
trial ' ,
'-So when a nation,' either from fierce foreign
assaults, or from iearful in terual commotions, la
involved in darkoeas and uvubt as to iti future
deatijyl4-tben-j8 t'i Jirse forvlio practice of the
more rigid virtues of economy, forbearance
jastlce, patience, fortitude 'and self-sacrificing
liberality. We, s a people, are, now pat to a
teat a severe one, it is true but one wbicb
. will determine wf ether we lobeilt the courage,
hope and patriotism,, by whloi our fathers
achieved their Independence and conferred upon
' as the boon of self government. It will be de
cided whether we are tbe worthy recipients of
such a precious gift. , i .
Qur present stile of gloom and uncertainty
cannot last Ioug. vEitber-ve, shall eink into
deeper, and. pore overwhelming darkness, or
emerge into tbe light of a brighter day than
any that has shone upon as in tbe put. Union,
conrageyrantual-forbearance,-nnselflsh patriot
ism, and as humble,' jot confident reliance on
Him who brought our fathers through the wil
derness, discomfited' their Demiea, and gave
ih, their children, "rleasaut heritage," will
bring dfder out of ' on'fuion, disperse the
gloomy shades of ibis dark and dismal night,
and niher in tbe jubilee of peace and of, a re
stored and barmerrlsirs Union. ' '-!.'
. Bat. tbie glorious oheammat$os cannot be
bad without grcit and immediate seU-eacrifices.
Are we willing' to make theseV This is a ques
tion to. which, as a people, we matt give a prac
tical answer in Ihe affirmative, or perish.
"Watchman! What of the Night?" The Confederates want an Angle-
French Protectorate.
A Weshiogioa di?peioo to the New York
World, dated the 17th !nsf., says that informa
tion baa been received at Washing ton from a
source' entitfe'd'to credit, that Meesrs. Slidcu.
and Masos'.'iherebef ministers to England and
trace, are; no -'T Jtuthorized. to negotiate
treaties of extraordinary commercial advantage
with those posstns, but to place the Southern
Confederacy fof 'a limited peilod under their
protection. .:.
Deficiency of Bread in France and
Italy.
. ..Toe rise of -bread is raising suuob discontent
in Fracce ana. iuly. The mab in one of. the
Itatiaa cities, Utely became so turbulent as to
require'energctic measures foaite repreaaion.
' The latest newi sboW that Paris was agltited
by seditious schemes, wbicb Involved the arrest
of numerous workmen: accused of'paticipanc;
In movemrntB like those which on former occa
sions revolutionized Paris and. France with the
war-cry of "bread.or blood. "
The' Lbndori," JfcftMw'p're'aents' the following
sin. iUr statements in relation (o Jrecb, icropt
'From loformation carefully collected In dif
ferent provincea," aaye the writer in the Ft-
view; "toe result appear to be. Mat for aav
thing like a parallel to tbe present harvest, 'it
wou HI be necessary to revert at least to tbe year
1816!' while the majority of farmer', declare
this year to be considerably tbe worst of tbe
two! tbat not only s tbe yield of tbe present
year interior as to quantity, out deplorably bad
aeti, quality, tbe ear being small, light, with
ered end erj tbat the bard winter having done
its. work, many agriculturalists . sought refuge
bv sewing iu March, but tbe unnatural beau of
Janw-rtoarnt ner-all tbat barley (whlohln-eer-tain
localities mesne bere) Is in the same stats
. aa wheat, aid that oats, which promised the
best of tbe three, have also been parched op
just as tney were aoout w oe reaped tnat the
small yield of corn, giving1 aleo of coorse t
email yield of straw manure for the coming
year, is deficient, aod the immense majority of
French farmers will (as they always incline to
do J, diminish their tock of cattle. All these
tbicga are serious, and all these things are con
Cealed, 'J -r. ;t -.n;j(!
ThePsrje Inlvttrial Jwhri'dccftrei that
the French wheat eroo is ''on third lee in
quantity than last year Ibe rust Uo affecting
it, and the quaKty mf poorf;;'1 to general,
the cultivators are discontented." "On inch a
limited jield,1 It Is added, '.'It easj.to ac
count foe tbe progressive rise In the price of
bread.". i-. c. v.. " . "i-
at
' ITT Haasir, of the Louisville Dmocrtt, offers
np the fqllofipgfpr, the .rebels who are invad
ing Kentucky:. if. tv.v:-;
We are talU end genial lo our temper and
temperament. -We, like Uncle Toby, would
believe la putting tbe busting fly out or the win
dow, sayiog: "there is room enough in tbie
world for tbee and me;" Dot we cannot poesibly
bear to bave tbie invasion upon oa. May tbe
rain of heaven fall upon them; and soak their
biitif eta till every man . this fall has tbe ague.
May the winter, soew and irost chill end kill
them- May tbe corns . ppon tbeit toes be more
plentiful than, the corn in their camp kettles,
and their eboes neve tit. . Mae; ihey starve,
freeze, end bare the toothache, every man of
them, until tbey retreat Ignominleusly from ear
Btate. We want another Moscow winter to eld
loathe eante. , . Heaven will be gracious we knot,
and in tbe sacred esuae visit upo them all of
tbe evin tbey bave tried te trior upon est un
til repentant they sgajrf ask gdoilealoa Into tbe
union on toe ota terms, our voioe w euu tot
warvtLetatiet tbcm know that Keatvcky ta
oppeee tercOerof oh, ' She la also opposed .to be
ing coerced; end since tbey bave sown tbe wind.
let tbem reap the wnlrlwind.
' - - - "
The Vote for Senator.
Mr. Coatee, the. Democratio candidate -for
Senator, is elected by a majority ef 118. The
following is tbe otkiai .rote of the districti
1 " frn.f..'- ' W.Ik.' "
AduM-
rue
Jackaoa '
1540;
:u4i
333 asj
- - ' ' err?-
Vf?" nut W .rtSKIFOI
"H at t. AA
Gen. Fremont.
It appears to be pretty well settled that O to.
I'sjnioH'r it to be removed from his wmtnaftd,
and (bat Gen. ilustis will take bis place'. The
Cincinnati Timet, a Union isdst,' sajs : .
. 8cwWtjrCrou arrived ih n city lt
evening- This morning, (be Osteite, an organ
of tbe War Department, conspicuously makes
taw miiwwiog announcement. . - -"
"When tbe Beoretary of War went to St.
Louis, be carried ao order of tbe Preaident to
General Fremont, removing bim from tbe com
mand of tbe Western Department, and In
streeting bim to transfer it to General Hunter.
The) ri iwereatl tnt oaer ' WM SBIS TO uo uin
orelion of tbe SecreUry of War. Hie visit to
the Western Department convinced bim that a
Change In ih'ei command .was Imperatively re
quired, and be presented the Order to General
Fremont, vrbo abked for 4 delay of few days
In -tha execution ' of . the order, which was
rntMf ! but hts removal has been decided upon
to take place next week, and will probably be
tnade on Tuesday." i
' We presume tbls statement was made upon
the authority of. the Secretary of War. .We
may consider the deed don e.'' Fremont has been
beheaded. The pernicious political Influences
at Washington Dave beeasucceeslul. . Fremont
is out of tbe way of Chase, and no longer lu tbe
road of Cameron.' ' ... .
' The work in Missoatr Is ill to be done ovsr
again; tbe arm; baited in Its march, and anoth
er onDortunitv etven io Price, MoCulloch and
Jackson to plunder loyal men there. The great
expedition down the Miaslsstppl is to be again
postponed, and the department of the West
again thrown into confusion . God only knows
arhat will h the reanlt.
Gen.' Hunter. It is announced, is to be the
rnvMint nf FrAmnnt.'
" The Republican papers would not make half
tbe noise over the removal of any other General
In tbe army, -
What the Army Eats.
The exact number of Union troops in and
about Washington is not known to tbe public,
and la not a nroner subject for speculation, it
is safe to say, however, that either the number
is very large, or tbe soldiers bave prodigious
sppetites, wbcb, nappuy, leave no room w
doubt of their excellent bodily health. The
furnishing of food for the eoormous'stomaoh of
tne army, la not one oi . toe teas perjiiwug
emblems of tbe campaLrn-. Pevieionaare plen
t enonsh. but it is sot elwav easy to get tbe
beet quality acd nothing else is now ooosider
ed fit for our 'army though, ra the hurry and
confusion wbicb prevailed at tbe outset of the
war. larire Lots of rotten beet aod ether worth'
less subsistence stores were palmed off on the
soldiers, Since the U, S. Government has tak
en sole charge of tbe feeding department, there
baa been, no cause w oompiaipt. ui course tois
city, on account of its- situation, railroad end
water connections, and commercial advantages,
Is the principal depot for receiving and forward
ing supplies to Washington. :. t
The most nonderous Item of. the supplies
weekly contracted tar, inspected, end tent to
the hurcrrr moutbs'oo tbe Potomac is meat, in
kind and proportion about as jfollowsi 1000 bbl.
mess poik.1700 bbl., extra mats beel, 34 ten
bacon aides, do. of smoked bams, and ,.(a duly
prized delicacy 125 bbls. piokied beef tongues
ill of, -the first quality. . Of. euoculent and
nutritious miscellanies there are 1500 bushels
of white beans (strongly suggestive of e certain
Yankee dub), 1350 bushels of split peas (palat
able inaoup), 60.000 pound of rice, and 50,000
pounds of white flint corn hominy.,,. The fortify
ing qualities of coffee are recognized U Ihe pur
chase of 70,000 pounds prime Rio, and 120,000
pounds or tbe same toastee ana- ground.--"The
drink: that cheers hut not inebriates" is
provided, lor by 4500 pound of tea, green,
oolonir ana eoucbone; in eaual proportions. To
sweeten both, these beverages, 180,000 ponnds
or dry light yellow sugar are considered not too
liberal an allowance: and 6000 gallons more of
saccharine matter is oroiahed in tbe shape of
good molasae or syrup, as a concomitant -far
tbe rice, and toothsome and healthy in other re
lations. ... - 1. !,-.' , ' .
The soldier ie regaled with only one species
of preserved fruit, wbicb, taken with a little
water, la said to possess extraordinary fattening
properties. We allude to dried apple, of
whica lu.uuu . pounds ere. weekly forwarded
Tbe formidable liat conclude with 400,000
pounds of first quality pilot bread. , jSome of
tbsae mountiinoua store ere., sent by railroad,
Dot most oi tntm by sailing veesela. - from
one to fiva achoopare, deeply foden, leave thla
port for Washington daily. Such as are not
needed for immediate use ere packed in tbe
vast w alehouses at the capital, against the con
tingencies of short supply end . bigb prices at
some future time. There is e large accumula
tion of salt meats; for fresh meat to tbe extent
of 100 or S00 beeves, is daily served out to the
army.. Ury bread eUo accumulates rapidly;
for ever 160,000 loaves are dally baked and
distributed. The Nation looks on fondly while
the army eats, grudging nothing, but affection
ately boning that "good digestion may wait on
appetite." Jtur. oj ummerce. , , ;
ITT The St. Louis Rerubft'ean says : ''
Tbe' debt due in this dir. or rather on ac
count of the army wbicb has been brought into
the .fltld bre,-is not . lees than J8,uuu,wt),
There may have been some extravagance 'aU
tending It- .Of tbat we know nothing. Before
Gen. Fremont came here, it is alleged there
were as extravagant expenditures in the army
as any which bave -occurred since that time.
But none of these things will luatilt tbe Ad
ministration in dslaying the payment of it just
debts, and nothing will operate so prejudicially
to its credit as to sun ex its .certificates or in
debtednees to be bawked about the sireets sod
nobody bet the Shylocks to take them op
Of course all tbeee debt! most be paid some
time, bnt the contraots, as tbe printers say,
have been very 'at;w) Petliave made for
tunes, and the tax payers mut foot the bills.
A Panic in Wall Street.
--'ui ,:r,wi ..': t . itr, -i2i b
-The New York Jriens of Friday- the 18th
instsayK 1 -r ? 'iij ivn
A panic In WatT street' yesterday was the
commentary of that sensitive locality npon the
recent circular of the distiDgnisbed, atatesniaa
who expounds the nolicv of Mr. Lincoln's Ad.
mluistration from tbe bureaos of, the State
Departments Dismav Drrvailcd-at what was no
doubt erroneously regarded as tbe programme:
a tremendous land and sea war with England
tue same time tnat we uieat Kebeiiion is
on our bands. Stocks fell from 14 to 3 per
cent., sod for a time all was despair and con
sternation. Before the . close of the dev. how
ever, a better feeling reappeared, and prices re
gained their steadiness-.
'
ST The natural inference, from Secretary j
SiwaaB's rmJarie tbe- GeeerDore of -loyal
statee, u that there ut be something jo the
condition of our foreign relations which sng
geste the possibility, at least, of a' foreign war.
Pike County.
Tne people of? Pike county hare voted bye
mejorlty f ever 300, that tbe oonnty seat (ball
be removed from. Piketon td Waverly.
. I .
Senator in the Muskingum District.
Maskingam glree MoGimiis, Fusion, 242 ms-
Jority. Perry, 335 for Pistt, , Democrat ; ma
jority, 93. .,!''-'; '"V -."''"1
Vote for Senator in the Thirty-second
District.
following ere tbe oftoial major ties for
Senator la tbe Ttairly-iecocd District, as return
ed to theelerK iatM place: ;
i ol Lj. ..,.!.. l" .T'- Hanball...Bliaf.
T.y7r-l,'f'V ''.' J15
.Ma f .......... 0IS
. -' ' '- ' . n iet -' - '
Allen.-..
AuaUiae
loniet. .......
Mercer..
Paaldlng.....
Th Weit.....
-r;;
....v.,, .,..,.. ,.,. . g
WilllaaM
. i- r. n rr':'...",. ni-ww ,
JW
V "Totals......
tt. .-, ' i,r.'im .... rT'arti
' V'-5 JT, ,
- a .1 .'- S r if 25 H l
' " Marhall'jor;i'...w...A. j7nr' i.T
B the above . will be sees teat Mr. eler-
shaU has been elected bv a very band so ea a maa.
jorlty, althoegli Ihe District' grjee for Toi, which
le better guarantee thai ms merits are sunre.
elated by tbe ooblie tha a we know how to give.
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District. Pennsylvania Election—The Old Keystone
Doming Back.
-: Ths Ilirriburgh Union girts tl)t following
statement of the Legislature of Pennsylvania
SENATE.
V Samoerats.
i -
Republicans.
lnatoie koldiag OTtr.
Maw Bnatora
3
.10 '
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
oeraU..4v..,. A
KpukiieaDi...f'.
Democrat aleeted on Union ticket
Bapabltcaaa tleotwt oa Uuloa tlcawa....-
39
10
S3
Tbe Union says: v '" ; ;
In conseauence of Ibe failure lo receive
returns from several oountles, we are unable
to roitke a complete lint ol tbe members
elected to tbe next House. Tbe list foots up
as above.
The Philadelphia Ltdgir says:
-Tbe-Teftrrnof thereoent election throughout
tbe State oome To very slowly, but as far as re
ceived, indicate a Democratic majority on Joint
ballot, in the Legislature. In many counties,
Union tickets were Voted. The Senate will
stand 39 Republicans' and 13 Democrats. Tbe
House, as far as heard from, stands 43 Demo
orats, 18 Union, 34 Republicans, and 15 to be
beard from. - '
Allegheny county elves a Republican malorl
ty of about 3000, though electng a part of the
Union ticket. ; . 1
In Lancaster the vote js very closo between
the Union end Republican tickets. Lancaster
Citv give a Union maioritv of 12(10.
Berks county give a majority of 4000 for
tbe whole Democratic ticket.
Io Montgomery the whole Democratic ticket
is elected. Henry Chapman, for President
Judge, has S0U0 majority over Daniel M. Smy
scr.
Chester county elects Ihe Union ticket by
from 35UU to oUUU majority.
The Lancaster lutiUignctr baa tbe folio ing
summary oi reauiis: .
Clarioo county has given about 1200 Demo
cratic majority.
Greene county has gives nearly 1600 Demo
cratio majority.
Fayette county has given about 600 Demo
cratic maioritv.
Washington county, it Is believed, has elected
tbe entire Democratic ticket.
. Cumberland county in Democratic by 500 ma
ioritv. '
York county is Democratic by Ibuu tnajoritv.
Westmoreland county is Democratic by 1000
majority. -
Schuylkill is Democratic by 1WU majority
Northampton is Democratic by 1100 major-
Lebigb is Demooralioby 17UU majoritj the
greatest ever given id that county. -
In fmladelpbia, to Democrats nave g'ined
one Senator aod elected ten of the seventeen
members of the House of Representatives.
Cambria is Democratic by bUU majotily
Juniata is Democratic by 300 majority.
Centre is Democratic by 500 majority.
Northumberland is Democratic by a large
majority. i :. r.-r '
LMiumbia le Democratic all orer
Montour is Democratic by 500 majority.
Monroe rolls up 1300 Democratic majority.
Bedford is Democratic all over.
Carbon is Democratic by 400 majority. '
Clinton gives 150 Democratic majority.
Monroe end Pike counties have elected the
Union candidate for Legislature over the Dem
ocratic candidate.
Union county, COO Republican Union ma
jority.
Blair county, Union; one Democtat elected.
at
Gov. Robinson, of Kansas, and Jim
Lane.
The following extract Is from a card written
by Gov. RosiNSow,'of Kansas. It is rather
rlcb: '; . "; . .
. When Gen. Lane save that my visit to Leav
enworth, on Sunday last, was for tbe purpose of
breaking np bis brigade, aod making Captain
rrince nia)or-teuerai, he, as uiual, states what
there is not a word oi truth in; snd if Geo. Rey
nolds says so, he simply lies, and no one knows
It better than himself. It is well known that my
noeinese to ieavenworth related to the protec
tion of Kansas, and was made in consequence
of a message from Generals Fremont and Pren
tiss. It is true tbat, while at the Fort, a dis
patch was read from Colonel Judson, of Fort
Scott, to the effect that from reports of his splee
he feared tbat Southern Kansas would soon be
Invaded, f. r the purpose of retaliation for tbe
thieving, robbing and burning tbat had been
dope by men fiom Kansas, and it is also true
that I took occasion, as I do at all times, when
appropriate,; to denounce theft, robbery and
arson in unmeasured terms. I also oriticis
ed somewhat freely a Government tbat would
tolerate such proceedings as were reported
to do. practiced py tne army onder-Ueneral
Lane won as laying waste tbe whole country
through wbicb tbey pass, whether settled by
Union men or SccersloniBtj, sacking Fort Scott.
burning towns, stealing borscs, moles end beet
cattle, and selling them to the Quartermaster of
tbe army, etc., etc. 11 denouncing such conduct.
or tbe mea who permit it, is treason, then 1 shall
always be e traitor, (severe, however, as my de
nunciations bsvs been, tbey have nut equalled
thoee of Hon. M. J. Parrott, Line's Adjutant,
who denounced, In my presence. Gen. Lane and
bis force a highway robbers, deserving ef death.
snd urged me to prefer charge against tbem to
Ueo, i-remout, tbat thev might bo nut down. I.
however, respectfully declined to interfere with
what was bis business, and the business of thoee
connected with the army.. - ; . . .
If ene-balf tbe reports ere true relative to bis
proceedings, tbe Government has rendered itself
liable for more property since Lane took the field
"to play General all over and pretty big, betting
high oa small cards," than all tbe other expense
oi ue war would amount to. All tbis be has
been able to accomplish in his private capacity,
for be says hs is not General, but is simply as
nr. -rarrovi earn, ma lrrepressioie freebooter.
W hat could be not do es Major. General of a dl-
vision? But be says " be knows President Lin
ooin, ana ne snow oai uia aos will sty,
Well done tboa good sod faithful arnt
There It too moot reason to fear this is cor
rect. A President whoiU permit such pro
ceedings, is presumed to instigate them, and It
is but in accordance with tbe old rule, that be
who has been a good and successful thief with-
out s com roUsiou, should be promoted snd made
thief op a larger scalp and more prominent
basis ' As I nave no mesne of reaching Prant.
dent Lincoln directly, as I am told bs believes
nothing from Kansas unless It is first Indorsed
by General Lane, I will say for the benefit of
the people of the nation tbat the men who beve
property to be stolen, and tbe men of character
and Integrity who desire a Government of law,
and not ef highwaymen, would sladlv exchange
soms of the instruments snd appointee of
President Lincoln for those of ex Preaidecu
Pierce or Bochaoan. There never has been
time In Kansas when robberr. theft and
murder . ran riot, es sines the ble- Genanl
playing of Lens "with small cards." Until
Lane took tbe Held, property was respected la
tbe counties except e few Immediatelv en
th border, bnt now it 1 unsafe everywhere.
Tbe thieves ere protected to, and are part and
parcel of, Ihe Lne army, aod nearly all tbe
appointees M toe rreaident say amen. People
will endure ffa's state of things but little long
er, and if tbe President persists in this proceed
ing, eivu-wer win inevitably result In Kansas,
not eetvrem Unionists and Secessionist, but
between thieves and their victims. But I bare
does with tbie matter, ee far ee the public press
i. oumngn, i luieoa io pursue tne touriie ot
lew, aod protect tbe neonta to the extent nf m
power, aad leave Ibe responsibility of anarchy,
theft,' robbery end murder where it belongs
It may be thought that I bave not treated ibis
subject with i the dignity besoming my position,
bnt how each a tirade as Lvie'a eeeech nnrnti
to be can be spoken of with dignity, t more
than I comprehend. -1 know of no better
way than toeall e one who steals, rob and
mnrdetsj' e thief, Mrobber end murderer, arrf
take'the rep9eibllity. The wont that M.l
happen at the bend xrf vuch mea, to e eersoa 1
who stands by law end intlee, ie assawinetion. '
ebatte preferabl' to alliance with anrh
criihee me are DetpetrSled eo our border with
llercte:del sanction ef the President. '
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' IT Backs count, PtTinsjlvaoia, has elected
Ibe whole Democratio ticket bj firs honored
majority. The Dovleetowa Ptmxrat brings
oat ht elcpbapt for the first time la three jearg.
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[From the Fact of yesterday evening.]
A Card from Colonel PWaurr,
TbefollowlDf card from Celonpl Mdary
speaks tor Itsell i . ,; ; i . i j
r,Ai..
of last evening,
Dear r In roar oaper
where you publish extrsots from the testimony In
the case on trial- at Cleveland, against a Mr.
Court, of Marlon county, foe 'iroe, e be
ing a member of a seoret political society, I
find In the teitimoay of Dr. , Christian these
"Mr Hodder told me be got the obligation
from Sam Medary.at Columbus.". . - ....
Now, Mr. Hodder either told Christian what
was false; or Dr. Christian swore to what wae
not true, as the whole Is made out of pure fie-
(mm, so far as I am oonceracd; and I have ao
doubt that Mr. Hodder will promptly contradict
so base a falsehood. As tbe aatrww of tbls
morning contains the same foul libel upon me,
knowing U to Bl utn, i win ueai wuu luai con.
cern as Ita Iniauitv deserves. . -
Until a few days before the election, I never
heard of said ucrtt $rgmnhatin existing in Co
lumbus or anywhere else, and at first believed
the existence of sucn a society in mis city im
S. MEDARY.
Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 19, 1861.
Common Pleas Judge.
David L. Mtekie, Esq., 1l elected Cpmmon
Pleas Jndse bv eirbtv-nlne matority In this Ju
dicial Sub-distriot bis msjority in Butler coun
ty being one hundred and twenty-nve, end in
this countv seven bondred and seventy-two
Judge Wilson carries Preble county by a ma
Ioritv of eight hundred and eight.
Mr. AiiiKsa nas a nattering majority in nts
own county, snd goes on the bench with the en
tire confidence of bis fellow citizens, that he
will discharge the arduous duties of bis new
offloe with the same ability that be has shown
In his former official positions. Dirki County
DrmacTtt. . - - ,
Ths Psesioiyt's Wirs. The Washington
correspondent of the Springfield Rcpubltcan
makes tbe following good-natured comments,
upon s power in the land which is not provided
for in the Constitution :
" Wo have for tbe first time lo the history of
Presidents, a President's wife who seems to be
ambitious ol having s finger In the government
pie. Her friends compare Mrs.. Lincoln to
Queen Elisabeth In 'her statesmanlike tastes
and capabilities Ebe 1 by no means a simple,
domcstio wmao, but was evidently intended by
nature to mix somewhat in politics. That she
does so is uuderiable. She has ere this made
and unmade the political fortunes of men. She
is said to be much in conversation with cabinet
members, and has before now held correspond
ence with tbem on political topics. Some go se
far as to suggest tbat the President is indebted
to ber for some of bis ideas and projects. She
is a very active womai. Nothing escapes ber
eye. bhe managee tbe affairs of tbe White
House (1 do not mean state afiiirs) wi:h ability,
and will see to it that the 'old man' does not re
turn to Springfield penniless. Io foreign coun
tries her turn for politics would not subject ber
to sdverse oritlcism, but tbe American people
are so nnnsed to these things, tbat it Is not easy
for tbem to like it. Mr. Doug la was a good
eel of a politician, though ibe never injured
her husband's position, bnt rather improved it,
her social alliances. Miss Lane never allu
ded to politics, and Mrs. Pierce knew nothing
about them. She was probably the most simple
hearted woman that ever presided at the Presi
dent's table. Tbe word ' simple' ie not used in
dspreciative sense. She was a pure-minded.
unselfish, Christian woman, and knew nothing
all of tbe world."
ST There are now one hundred end elahtv-
six paymasters in the srmy, a large, number of
whom are stationed in Washington., Some of
disbursements amount to two hundred thou
sand dollars per weak. The salary of a pay
master, including rations, etc , averages about
$3500 per year.
Msa. Jackson a Loyal Woman. Mrs. Jaok-
son, the mother of Ellsworth's murderer, was
released to-day, npon ber taking a stringent
oatb of allegiance. She stated that she had al
ways been loyal to tbe Government, though she
admitted tbat she bad harbored another s n, a
rebel, at ber bouse so long as be deemed it safe
visit her. She fs an old lady, being over
ssventy years of age. Cin. Timt$.
MARRIED.
Ia Plain towsthlp, In thla county, on the 0th teat , bj
Otorge Wagner, Eiq., Mr. Part OntiR and Wlu
Mm Oatrakwi Hook, all ot thla countjr.
Bj Uia aane, on th 13th laet., Mr. )mn W. A cat
sos, of Delaware coanty, aod tliia Hcldah Mciiiax, of
this county. ,
DIED.
Saturday momlog, Oct. 19,1801, ths Infant dtnghtci
of Kkhdall and Eiuasstb II. luoma.
Ths funeral will take place at two o'clock thli after
noon. Th friends of th family are Invited to attend.
SPECIAL NOTICES
For Female Generally-.Th Brandreth
Pills cannot be too highly spokia of. Tbey removll
obstraetlonf, ftrs energy and strength: ear th dls
tresslng headache, anfortunately sa prevalent with th
sex; depression of spirits, Soilness of sight, nerrens
affectloas, blotches, pimples, sallownea of th skin, are
reaored, atd ajnrenll bloom and general sprlihUlMS
indicate the power aod btalthtalneaa of BBANDBITB'S
FILLS.
Ladles, at delicate periods, 111 Snd them norlraled:
may are in best medicines for mothers and children.
car worms and costlreDess.
Let it be remembered, that BBAHDRKTH'S PILLS
easy In their operation, and yet nnlte mildness with
efficiency, aad require ao alteration of diet daring their
'
Mrs. Morgan, comer of 15th streetand Union Square,
Toik. was dying, apparently, of CoxtcMrTioa
eras giren np to dls by her Physicians, and all ber
friends, tat after using BSAKbarrs's Piua for a few
weeks, th congh left ber, snd ah began to regain her
trength.and is now able to attend to her dalles, and
sure of soon attaining robast health .
Mrs Wilson, of Hs. 9 Beach street. Mew Tork, bis
Dyspepsia, email fcx, Monte, Dropsy and Tr
fever, and all Headaches, sod Billons dlaii,
naainarrB's ruts, win b pleased to answer any
questions. . ...
Sold by Jon B. Cook. DrnnliL Oolanhia - t
respectable dealers la medicines.
ocuu-ttlm
JTATME'S AS3I7E ITIIXTUHE,
an Infallible remedy for Per r and Ago. Th ex
perience of many years, in almost every climate, prores
where atee a strict accordance with th directions,
hat rarely railed to ears, not only by breaking th
bat by removing the morbid habit ( the system,
prerenting thesectmene of the disease. . .,'
VITBB AMD AOUB, tboogh not In Itself dan serous,
apt, unless speedily tenured, to bars each a peral.
effect oa ths system, to engender dlsordsrs much
baneful than Itself, and which not only render th
of th patient miserable, bat are la thsmsslre
fatal. A prompt aod effectual remedy la tharefor
is wanted, aid es such Da. D. Jams' lacs Mut-
I confidently recommended, for eel by Hears.
Bobsbt AV Savon, Columbus, and by agents every
. . , , . .
tepfliMirfriAjatAwte
.
MANHOOD.
BOW LOST, HOW XUI0SSO.
Jast Published in a Sealed Invelep; Frio S ets.i '
IIOTURS 0! THB HkTORl. TRBATMBBT ABB
BADICAL CDkB Of 8PBBMATUBBUBA Or Seminal
Weakness, Involuntary Bmiaskme, Bexoal Debility, aad
Impediments lo Marriage generality, Nerroasnasa, Coo
sampitoa, Bpilepsr ao4 fits. Mental aad Pkyaleal In
capacity, resulting Iroa Self-abas, Axe. By Robert J.
Culmwcll, M. D., author of th Green Book, At.
Deen le Thsasds at SJa tier era
ander eal, I a plala eovelopa, t any addre,
paid, m reeelpt ef tw stamp, by Dr. OUASs
0 KLIHB, l7 Bowery, New York, Poet OfSee Box
W. ep7;3mda
The following is an txtiaot front
"rttco v the Kv J. I. Bolme, poster
H Iht
T.,t
''"mpoint Street Baptist Chares. Brooklyn.
"Journal and Mseaa(r,' Clntlnnatl, 0.,aad speaks
volamee I lTor of that world re nowued ssedlcis, Met
Whuw's Svoranw Bracr sea Oaruaaw tawsaiusea i
MWste an adrertaaasal ts pear ahnj ef Mas
mum's Sooraiae Btaor, How we Barer said word
fa.or ef a faUot amllctoe before In ear life, bat we
eoeipel led he say fe ireadere that this tsn baa
ws aura rata it, asm eaae rr a ua n
Lama. It Is piolvUr oaaef the aa saroseafal aaedl
of the dar, nemuet H it l th beet. And thorn
year readers whe hare eabte ena't kwrwr wiaa j 4
in a psly."r
c7:iydw .
.1 :i J.' 1 1. t
lad
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f.
,
HEW ADVEHTlSEHEHTa.l
McmAi rni i rr?
mat ir jrTvrrn attta
UUL1UAJJJU3, Wl U.
Jk. lunts in uia Aniuiotioa will eommsnoe sal
IHUttBiJAi, tne H41I1 ol ooiofiklt, and eontlnne ua-
til tut nice aiareni ie., j ,
- Vroraor ot IhMtyaaeVPreoU, and
Vrof. ef Obatetrtei at BlMseas of Women Sc Ohlldrra J
': , jqhn dawson! m. p.,
:; frofi ef Aaatoaty aod fbyslologf.
;"rvy. iiamilt6n,m. b.,'
' :t -.: ;e J: "-.-prof. f (argSryr- -t ;
. . s; LOVING. M- D., : "'
Pref. ATat. Ued,, Thsrap, Mod, JurlapHldeno,
tbeo; n.' wnRHt.iiv. m n
;..-f i.-. -; . ! .'i o!
"v 'if io
R. N. BARR, M
D.,'n.'-"'i""J'
DeAoDstrator of Anetonir
Terms:
' 1.1'iKi 1
I ,i: ,!
Tickets for all the Profeeeera.,.. aoo 00
Matricalatlon Ticket (onlr paid odosI.. ......... H I)
Oradnation Vea. i 'SO So
Denonatratlon Berrlces A 00
Boarding " to J per week. Including llghl and fuel.
Th Clinical and Horottal adTmntama aan.t In th.
large and dlrerilfled College Olinlo and th Hospital of
me eraaaiia uouscr jinamarj.' Hetiae toe, tae tw
Military Oaopalo the neighborhood will be ascecaM I
U Ml If. I Slnrimta.
All tetters oi mqnirr win ne pmmntur autwered. '
aaoiraara w
ootltd , 8. M. SHITn,
BOARDING ! BOARDING 1 1 1
GOOD BOARD tt PLEASANT ROOiriS)
for eight or tan persona, can be had by applying t
V iiMVBi ue. tio aoaia arooi puvat, oeiwees
Biaie ana Town Bireet
Being bat one square from the State Honia. makaa It a
aairaoie place lor soilness men. '
WliniMH j
AUCTION; AND .COMMISSION
qiHB SUBSCRIBER HAVING TAKEN
A. IOH OD UW DlDII MOus: . . ... , .
No. 11 East Stat St,
baa opened It as an . , . jt . ..
Auction & Commission Boom.
He Is bow prepared to raeelT on O ommiaalnn aura
uwupuub pivpvrr, aaon aa wry uooas, urocerlee,
Manors, yaraitare. Oarrlar. Horaee. ao. Ha ai
Intends to derot bis attention to aalee of Baal Batata
and Personal Pioperty,at any point, within twenty Bile
nt tt.. .Ittf . '
Auction Sales Every Evening.
Oonslffnaenls rainee.fntlv eAtli.lf.il.
yt. H. b-SNT, Auctioneer.
ceuH
I
I
DRY GOODS.
f 4 sf a"i 11 OTI Ms
uy boutn men street,
$30,000 Worth of Goods
TO BE PUT INTO MOHIT; B0T70HT IE0M
.Ml! .
Broken Down New York Merchants,
AT FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
Cossurrina or
Lupin's Best Trench Merino, worth fl 50 for
I 00
1 00
i eo
i m
lur'd
1 90 "
" 1 f0
I SO
" 1 ao '
" - OK)
" ,5 "
00 "
' 7J
SO
" 31
i" , i
" . ltt "
" ' 9 '
" ' m
" tx"
BestOltemanOiolbe,
ratio DuOhtoe,
Telret Bep,
Pia'd i .
1 oo
75
Vrench velooix.
so
7J
Irish Poplins,
.. ..
37
37
All-wool Delaines,
Printed Chains (dark),
" Delaines,
, ...
3 Cases Prints, '
4 ..
5 " " : J .'
' 80
10
I
iu
SDAWLS Broche Long Shawls, worth (20 fort 10;
uiuviiDi(aat cuswis, worm vioior mat Stella Shawls,
all prices; Extra Oualit Lone and Sauara: Pl.M wi
Bbawls; Black and Whit Plaid Bhawls; Misses Wool
cuawis; usni e Trareung Shawls; Olorea, Hosiery, Un
dershirts and Drawers.
Hoaaekeeoeia will Snd a fall imthml r vi.nn.ia
Blanketa. Bleached and Unbleached. Cotton Sheetings
and Shirtings, Pillow Cat Collons. Irish Linen. Nap.
ains aod TsDle Damasks, Crash and Huckaback Towel.
Inge. ,
A full assortment of f ranch and Scotch Embroideries
in uo iiara, Bieara, Lace Betu, eto.
Cloths. Ctsiiaisrss, fattiest, Jeans, fall aseert-
meni etc. eic. cic. -
S. S. EAMES,
. 119 South High Street, .
' COLUMBUS, O.
Smith, Uaaon k Go's Mew Patent: Hank and Wwa.ro
Mia a, ,iv dohui niga sireov
onw
'
Domestic Cotton Goods.
BAIN & SON
rtrFEH the
most Extensive Assort.
mnu ui ...
Brown and Bleached Cotton flannels; . .
" Muslins; , . ..
Barnsley Cotton Sheetings;
- Select Styles of Calico's and Delaines;
Ticklers, Shirtings, CHngbaea, " 1 i . .
And Cotton Battings. "
AIo,.BIanksts, riannele,
Cassimeree, Close Olothe, ttc,tc.
Much below regular pttoes.. '
. . ; . ( r ..r BAIW , QJf, -die
v . . - t goath High Street.
th
Flannel fihirtinga.
f
pLAIl,PtAin,BTRfPEVetTCTILL
M.u. ine most axteoair atonk in the eliv.
-Army Woolen Bool. ' '''
Shaker Ribbed Socks. ' , '
Uader Shirts aod Drawers. ' '
Cotton and Merino Sock.
Golden Hill Shirts. -.. .
On t's Sid Q lores.
Gent's Linen Collar, Beck Tie.
' i BAIN It BOM,
" ....... No. S9 Sooth High Street.
VERT SflLlsU BTKIPED CLOTH
SHaWLS, la new design at S3 0-Vln $ 00.
1.500 yard Suitr fUln Black sua at f 1 00-Talu
trench Merino, SKeenla Talus67)fctsayard,
V - 7Sent-valntl OSsyard.
..i. ..Ml.,', I . j Bit M a. SOW.
ctlt . ,K. It Seats High Street. ''
PBIIVTED OTTOlIlAlf HEPS
Plala Ottoman Cloths; r ' 1, .
. atagsntaaa Slack Cheek Talenclat; . ,
Brocb Bonbaix Dress floods; .. , j- - '
" Balmoral SklrU;
Alexander KM Slova; v .
' O01 Trail Jioop Skirt. , ,. . . ....
Oortet. Hair Nets, ,,. . 4: , -.
Plaid Merino. .
L ,, .. - BAlN SON,
eetrS , ,., ' . . . , V .We; 99 ieala Was attest.
EAGLE, BRASS WORKS,
Cariaer SprlstK 4c Water Ita.,
W. B.' POTTO v- et oo.i
. j ... r ,
Man ufaoU rare of Bra and OevrrmMo Cattrmr,
rtnlahad Bras Work of all Ueearii uos.
Electro htin".;i(l ;Ui!diB
STENCIL CUTTING,
febl i-eiv UJ l 1 '''
Tb
i
Oantpa tlattli. ; .
fcv i
ru"a v"wiaBwrieraainy. rnrtaath it
.' ' .'" " hAl" A Sod, ... i;,
talSI., ...t. ,, ,-.t W If SHpith Blah "t
IP
, 1TBW STOF-llftsr'
w
1" 7 " iv
Lejn.. ..i sin swv Tvxu-..
VAK'JtSi"1'! wm Uiemelre TJ. BICHABD3,
This House la
rueh.. h. i: it n it tt iv. nmr
NEW STYLES OP DRESS GOODS,
it;
' IRlSf LKANrj yOQ&fMUtlB.
PLAIN AND FIGURED REPP GOODS
1 PLAIN ANb FANCY SILka!
I The 5weat and Naateat styles of . t
I Hamilton, Manchester and Pacific
s - ' i- . Delaines
la.th Otfy,.eaab found at (tf.tiialltivni jxjiI
HEADLEY, EBERLY i' ICBARDS..
Balmoral Skirts, , ,
In great variety, just received by' 1 ' , , !
HEADLEY, EBERLY 4 RICHARDS, i
ALSO
ZEPHYR WOR3TED3,
EMBROIDERIES TRIMMIN83','
- ' GLOVES' k HOSIERY,!" T
LADIES' CLOTH CLOAKS,
Of th Reweat Style, Just raoelrtd, and Slab made to
headley, eberly & Richards
oraer, vj
S !S
.ii -A
SHAWLS, ,.'.: fctOTM, ...
HBBIN0BS, ' .. CASSIMIRKB,
PLAIDS, .. . . SILK A TILTH VEBTIffOS,
CHINTZ, ' SHMTIKOS,' , ,
. MBBBIUAO MINTS, 'BOOP (KIBtS,
' COTTOW CHiltf AND OAltrET WAKPS.'m
i Bim nrm. nayinr an on tea ine caan evitem m tha nan.
ehaaeaodsal of floods, are enabled to .fell from 15 tS
percent, lets than other hoaaes under the credit ayatem.
HEADLEY, EBEELT t EICHASD3
250 and 252 South High Street,!
Oolasabsi Okie.
cl8 dly
NEW GOAL YARD.
" .I
THB tJrVDEHSICIf ED KEEPS COM
X SIANILT on hand snd for asls , th best qoalltyof
HOOKING GRATIS., COAL,"
which be will sail at the loweet market prices.1
Call and xain my Goal bslor pnrcbaslot else.
where. .
Ofllc at ths store o( Bradford, Saidam A Oo-, head
of Oanal. . ...pi: -'- !.;.
e. m collister,
Dealer 1st
TOBACCO, SNUFF & CIGAfiS
' N-o. 25 ( Fifth. Street,
PIT SBURttH, Pa.'.?
Ke eastantly mw band all tMe ra
rlaae BHAN us
9 at
Xzxxxpoxtea. OiBaxi6i.
Oct
W lyd f
PROF.L. MILLER'S
HAIR INVIGORATOR
i
An EffectlTB, Safe and EoonomioaJ
I Compound, ; , "
jPOR RESTORING GRAY HA1I '
To lit original color without dyeing, and preventing
l suurirom wnunggray. v
I FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
And earing It, when there hi th least particle of tali
) or recaperaUT nergy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUr
And all cutaneous atfectlons of ths Scarp.
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Impartlnr to It aa sntaaled iloasandbrilllanm' V.vi.
It oof t and silky In Its texture, and causing it to car
iwniyi
Th rreat oalebrltf and ineraadni demand for thi. .
equaled preparation, convince tbe proprietor that oa
trial Is only necessary to satisfy a discerning public of lu
superior quatlttea over any other preparation In oa. It
dean ea the head aad tcalp from dandruff and atW
oauueoua oitaaaiw, oaasing u nair to grow inzonanUy
vip; i. a ma, mil, Biveay man nraoie appearano,
also, where th hair I loeeanlni and thlnnin. It will
straoglhand rigor to tbe roots and restore th growth to
no Bart wnion nan oeoome iaua..aaaaliut u la aiaM
raah ao taring of hair. - - ......
There are hand rede of Ladle and aatl.im.n i w.
Tork wh ban had thslr hair tMtored by th ns of this
Iorlgoralor, whan all other preparation bar tailed. L.
M. ha In hi poaeeaelon letter Innumerable teatirVine
to th too faeta, fro eroa of la hlrheat radannta:
bUlty. It will effectually prereol th aalr from tan In 1
antU th la test period of lit; and ineaaea whan'tha, haii
has already oaaagad ita 00 tor, the ate of the Iarlnralor
win wiu oanwoiy reewr 11 to it to ita original no, giv
ing It a dark gloasy appearana. As perfume for the
toiMtanaa uair juaioniiT tt 1 parttonlarly recom
mended, ha Tin a aerteabls fragrance: and Lee mat ta
eniae it afords In d reset nf th hair, which, when taotat
with th Inrigonter, eaa b drsessd ba any required
form ao a to praaervt It pJaot, whether plainer la oarl
heno th great demand for it by th ladle as standard
toilet article watch awn aght 10 b with out, at th price
pmoat a wienia en reaon eau. Doing , - . - 1
Only Twantr-riTa Cents :
per bottle, to ba had at all twapeetabl Druggists and
. . . ranawara. . s. -- -
L. MTLLBB wooU call th atUntloaof Paranta a.
guardians to Vie use of hi Inrliorater.'ln eaae hara
children 'a hair incline to b weak. The oa of It
lay th oandauo lor a 000a haA r hair. as. it m.
mora any amywtue tn( anay nar etoom outMtd
with th acalo, th rtmoral of which la nnnnmars hAth
for th health of tb child, aad th fntur appearano of
imatair. , ...... ,- ,jt
Oatrrrow. Won rtiraln without th fae-slmila TAm
MILLBB being on th outer wrapper: also. L. MIL.
LBB'S IUIA UTIOOaUtOIt, M.T., blown la tb
uvea.
Whalaaal Depot, SS Dew street, and sold bv all tfi'a
principal Merchants and DraggM ahroedtotri th world.
tiioanu manuanno purnntaer ny tne o.nannty f
I also deslr to preMnt te th Ataeriean Pahllc tty -
ITSW AJTO IMPIOVU XXttAMUMZm
LIQUID HAIR DYE;
which, after yean ef sotenttSe ezpvritunilng, I say
broaght to perfection. It ayes Bleak or Brown Instantly
without Injury to th Balr or Skin; warranted, the beet
article ol theTlnd inexlataac. ,. .
.PRICE, ONLY 60 CENTS. ' -
Depot, 66 Dey ; St. New ' ybrk.
eenwKeawiy.
ao
REMOVAL.
WltUAM He AESTlEittlX,
DEALER lit
It t:-.-, .
Oroceneg,
Ilow ,1.1.1.x
V. 'I ? 'U IUj.
..... n.tmi-
1! I
.Produce,
i ... :: Proyisions.
'".a . ... v. ..-v-a-
Foreign and Domestib liqnorSy "-
; 'Fruits, etc. eto.,
HAS BBKOTID BIS STORB IBOVt,., i 1
sr o. 54, if 0 1 T 11 Hi fl a a t ft it c t.
...,1 ,jti- I H1"'") i i i J ''J m ,' '"
No. 106; Sdath"!H1sb 'tixtiVZ
fr. t- rif1 h i ... l; v- f !H
oW Mni TKXtMi 'p&tyUi hy.rTM. McDOSAXD .
. 1 ". 1 " r.i
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I
t
t
U mi h dally receipt tt
NEW AND FOCSH COODSi
CAeaa ir Cah ar Ceetntrr Prednce,
6oc4eTTtd Olejf r4 fjesBf etorgeCa
l r. .-jr. -
I. 11 41 rcratt e
I
Iirxa
i
Bute
F
MILLIONS. OF MONEY
For an Inch of Time!
WAS ONCE THE EXCLAMATION OF
a dying Queen. Tbat Inch of time can be procur
ed at much cheaper rale, and many long yeara of
"I HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
enjoyed by consulting Dr, HKRRTWIATBBR, who
It ouringthemoet obitlnate and long-atsnding diseases
of th CUNQS, BBART. LIVER, KIDNKYd, BIjAD
1?A,H "HBUMATIBM DIBKABKS PB0O
WA5?.J,,MAI'B8' BBIN DISBABK8, AND ALL
APVB0IIOMS OV TUB BIB AND BAR.
Fact are toebern Thins;!
Rear what the Philadelphia correspondent says in the
"Commonwealth," Wilmington, Delaware, 9th of April,
"An Kngllsh gentletoan, formerly connected with the
British Army, and who styles himself the 'Indian
Botanic Physician ,' haa of late gained an xtenslre repu
tation here by hi skill la curing all manner of com
plaint. Bom of bis patients I bar conversed with,
and tbey pronoano hi remedies and mod of treatment
aa Tory saperlor. 8om hare been restored ss if by
magic. Th medicine he use la distilled by himself
from rarlous herb possessing rare curative properties.
" Whlls acting In tne.army he devoted hit leisure mo
menta to thorough. ttudy of the effects produoed hy
certain medicinal roots and herbs on all manner of dls.
esc. IaieeaM he ha found a sure and speedy reme
dy forall tbe '111 that flesh is beir to.' Hit practice it
already extensive and la dsllr Increasing. In the com
plaints to which Females are subjected, he haa no equal
aae larg number hr bar testified that they owe not
only their present good health, but their Urea, to the
skill ef thla Indian Botanic Pbytlclan.".
Office 37 East State Street, Columbus.
eugfr-atJiil
1001.;;';;; IOOI.
GREAT WESTERN
ttB'P'ATCE
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Cnlteel states
Expreee Co., Prap'rs.
FAST FREIGHT LINE,
Vlaf New York & Erie Bailroad,
And all other Roads Leading West
1 and Southwest.
Chartered Oars over most Boadt on Passsoger Trains.
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H. HOVBT, Ag't, I A..L. KNIQHT, AgV,
SSI Broadway, K. T. . 25 Stat 8b, Botton.
WM. H. PXBBY, Superintendent. Buffalo.
H. FITCH V BO!, AR-entts
, 87 West Bread Street,
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Colambu Wholesale Liquor Store
. LACELLE ROSS & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
' j '. IMPOBTSRS AND DBALERB IN
Foreign and Domestic Wines, Brandies,
c. etc, ALSO,
OLD RYE, MONONGAHELA & BOURBON
V WHISKY.
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WABBU0D8B AND OFFICE, SSt SOUTH niOn ST ,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
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(Late of Pha1oni rital;ihment, N. T.,)
PIIOPBIETOR OF THB NEW YORK
fashionable ghnvlnu. Ilalr Cuiiina. flhimnrwinln
Curling and Dressing Saloon, .
South Ilifih St., over Baiu't Store.
where aatUfactlon will be given, in all th various
Ladies' and Children's Bair Dreitlns done in the heat
style.
tepiMly
COLUMBUS
OPTICAL INSTITUTE.
Tbe Heat Artificial Help to ilto
Human Mgnt ever lnvntet.
JOSEPH 8. PERLEY,
PRACTICAL k SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN,
KEEPS THE LARGEST ASSORT
tnent of tb moil improved kind of Spectacle.
hi O lasses, whether for near or far-tlghied, ar
ground in concave couvex form with tb greatett care,
aa lo salt th Irea af all cum. mrin. WeaknaM.
Dlaalneu or tsQaamaUtn of th Kves. and tmtnrtlna
trength for long reading or fin tawing.
Offloe, 13 Bait Bute street, at Seiner at Webster'
Muilo Store.
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Baltimore ' Clothing Honsc.
aUnraorntau aire smouauL siains ra
READYrMADE CLOTHING,
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large Alt or Unset of Pleee tad Turnlshlnji
Qoeas CobsUbUt ra Band
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VM.;ll. RESTIEAUX.
w- (STJOOBSBOIl W HoKXB A BB8TISTI3J
No. 106, South
High
Street;
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GROCERIES, PRODUCE
Foreign and-Domestic Fruits;
Ofir .;' T.H.- .'.i-.i'n -io'.i i.'l
L O U Rt 8 ALT, HQUO R 3. E T C."-
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6TORACC ii COMMISSION, ,
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m JUST RECEIVED, .ArJI JllttV
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PMSa CAlT 4k KE3 0Y8TEES,
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Baltimore Aad fair Haven, , . . , 1 , .
Ceil at Wagafs Oyswf and fruit Depot, Ns. 91 Xi
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