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MA5trE55rr KUXXB, Publishers.
OEU, W. MAKIHillUTi EdlteaV,
OOLVMUUS, OHIO.
T0E3'6aY MORNING, OCT. 28, 1861.
The People, North and South.
Could the voice of the hump otib,e people.
NorA?A3out&, uioflueuoed office holder'
offloe-sockere, army vcoutriolor and would-be
army "coiilutktfs; be Beard and beaded,; this
OQDaUril etvU .erar weiild hood cease, tbe Con
tlitntloo would be regarded as tbe supreme law
everywhere, and the Union be held, like tbe
Ark ot tbe Covenant, tqo snored to be jostled
It Is one of the rnpst lamentable effecte of
tne fretfpteite xtiiDgs, vnai ins orawrj
iater-commuriication between the two sections 8f
the country Jt almost enUre"! flossdviThe
people are gradually becoming estranged irom,
and aliens , 4o. eaob.Whsr. In the South tbe
great body of tbe people know next to nothing
of tbe actual state of feeling toward tbem
auonu the tnasflei at the North, lad We t the
North are equally Ignorant of, the true state of
feellne at the Sooth.
At the North, a desire to bare the Southern
people- spdecsive as to the teal objects aimed
at by this Government, and to see them once
more harmoniously to-operating with us in one
common
UniMvW.ealled -"sympathizing with
the South." and is pronounced treason. In tbe
Soutl, Vdesire So tie-operate "with tbe Govern
ment in the M-esUbliahmsnt b tbe authority
of the Constitution and In the preservation of
the Union,' irsligmatized as j mpathizlng with
Northern abolitionism; and as treason of the
blackest dye,, , & . .'.'" "C
If the Union is to be preserved in, or restoi
ed to Its former state as 'a whole, the North
and South at 8 cease to cherish this, mere see
tionarnlm6sitjr t&o offspring of ignorance and
prejudice. They must devise some means to
know each other better, and come to some mo
tual understandings the actual wants of tbe
people in both sections. Without this, interest
ed parties, who thrive upon tbe misfortunes and
miseries of other, -will protract the war inter
minably.- ,-..lKO i 1
Peace is wanted not a hasty, patcbtd-up.
temporary truce; but one that shall meet tbe
wishes of the great majority to both sections.
and be as lasting as human wisdom can make
it. Sometimes individuals cannot be made to
know or understand each other', fill both parties
are mortally wounded In a duel. We should be
sorry to entertain the suspicion, that such was
the caso with the, people In the. tiro sections of
on, h.tnml M.nW.J - i ,;' "'
. - - - - j
Examinations of Persons Charged
with being Knights of the Golden
Circle Concluded.
W. Cooan, of Marie county, bar
ing been held to bail on Thursday, Oct. 17, by
U. S. Commissioner WViia 'at' Cleveland; the
examination jal Dr. M. Crianviaa, also ef
Marion county, was commenced. ' Bach test!
mony M had been oflered in the case of Court,
and was considered apalieable tn that of D(.
uhsistun, was oy agreemeni eomutea. outer
testimony was offered i bnt as it does not, so far
as we ha been able 'ti eisjnlne It, develop
any new tets or importance so tne puouo, we
refrain from encumbering; out colnmns with it
........ .-1- -- .-T
As th(je'majte joineariosity tot ite" the
testimony of Farorsic (W,. CouaT, as given op
tbe examination of Dr. Cbsis-tun, we give it in
full frost fbo report in'the Cleveland Ltaierr
Frederic W. Court sworn: First heard of the
nroanizatlnn of DemMraba about tha flrat or
second wees? ta'-Jnlyr Mf: Travis' asked me
the Question, MvTere"vou out last, sight.' V 1
didn't know. what he meant. .'He then told ra
that the Demoereta of Marion - eounty bad or
tranizedtovnt downtbrnob spirit. ...Net day
BickerstafT met me ana told toe the same thing
and read .t 3 me a paper tiaaila to tbe first obli
gation) I assented to toe contents of the paper;
at that time U was ccnef any reported that Uoi
der bad been' xalsiued and his press attacked;
the paper was not given me by tiiokerstafft he
explained too eaaswore'and Signs to me' did
not give tne grip; never went iurougn,any ow
er ceremony of lmiutiou; never knew of any
other degree or obligation, or of eny officers,
by-laws, saeetinfrs'r records met Fletcher In
Berwick, near the stre, and knowing, bins to
be a Democrat, anked him II be was In favor of
putting down. ,U jueb spirit be said, yes; I
then took him to the mill .yard, where -we eat
down upon a log' and I read the paper to him;
he assented to it; did not ask, him to sign it; 1
bad no other' paper with roe; explained the sign
and passwords f&hlni; did not give any grqji
did not repeat any other obligation to blnai saw
tne second obligation lu tha pnntad aiip lor the
first time. Never heard of it before; Pid not
repeat any such thin to Fletcher. ' Never in
troduced Dugan to Fletcher as a higher mem
ber of the order. Remember the conversation
with Kepler in Berwick- Toll him tbe Demo
crats weret brginaldt against mobs. Kepler
did not agree to loin the organization.. Did not
tell him what the pledge was. . pid not give
the society dj Sim D sneaking to J'lotebev.
Never swotiaaed the Knights of tbe Golden
Circle to- FietetMr or Kepler.1 Nevbr knew
of tbe existence of such., an order in Markm
county.
Cross-examined. Copied oy paper from One
Travis bad. Burnt np my copy some three or
four weeks scro. Never Initiated but three or
four Fletcher, Dr. Adams, Ferry and Grants-
rrobabiy pcant wti the last mat I initiated.
That was a few days after I got the paper, In the
nrsi or second week in July. aVugan was stand
ing with me when Kepler ebmmeuctd tha eon.
versauon.wuA. sne.u;i. fi. ' :
The eases of Jt: S. GtosTjai aii Taos.
Hoobi, were decided by Commissioner Warn
on Saturday, (he 13li last., each being requir
ed to enter Into his own recognizance (or $1000,
without autety, for his appoaranoe at tbo No
vember term Of the U."8. 'Court. " ' ; . U' o' '.
The csrOwifiTrtvr$ ft also taken tfp,
examination waived1, and the defendant Doond
over In the snm afJWJ for his appearance at
o-oaonieveaone,
First Telegraphic Message from Salt
Lake City.
.... . u .
From the Cleveland LraaVr we learn that Ob
Friday last, Oct. 13. "religious Cleveland,
the Leader terms it, "was suddenly brought Into
wnispering oommanieation" with that "twin
relio of barbfjsrfl " 0f '. which BaiomM Yo'two
is tbe bead.gjuJLiiwJjjpexingsV. look a little
nspioieus; but, we hM it's all rlghf."? Her Is
BaiB's mecagctW vSv . a t k
Lake City. GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, Oct. 13.
Hon. . II. Wade, President Pacifle.Tslerriph
Company, ClsveUnd, Ohio: u ..-.. i
Sir: Pernit me to congratulate yon upon' the
completion bf tbw Overland Telegraph Line
west w mis city; to eommesq ue onerfy die
played by yoonwif and associates (q the rapid
and tnocesarat proseoatien of work so beneft.
cial, and to xpres tea wieb that lti ose may
ever tend to promote the' true Interest of the
dwellers upon Both tbo- Atlantlo and Paciflo
slopes of dor oontlDent: "Utah has not seceded,
dui is nrsatee we4onnMttoa and laws of our
once happy country, and la warsily. interested
in iDnoessiui enterprises as tbe eae so far Cost'
pleted. stn u'"
BRIGHAM YOUNG.
The llqd ,betwea JiaU take City and Sin
Francisco1 Vllf It UuUned ' In "a Jew.', days
Then, the telegraphif wire' will be stretched
TroiS the WBtinrot, and TOs 'Antblle toi Pa.
tiao be In'eo-MmtfDl-iifpi.
A CARD.
liiibtCapilid City Fad 1 last. S'uturday,
am charred. In efTeet. with being a membflt of 4
treasonable orier, called; tKe(Kuljhtvotvthe
Golden. Cixole. $ v
I shall, without delay, give the pub(!sheri of
that paper aq pjportnniij, beXor ilielsgeL.ttU
bunals, to prove their assertions or siaou cuu
vlcted of libel. In the meantime Issy toth
publlo, that there Is not one word of troth 1b
the acousailon. I amjiotv.not wve. i..evet
been,' a member of any secret sooiety, or order,
whatever: Nor have I any knowledge or tne
existence oi treasonable order or sooiety In
MATTHIAS MARTIN.
COLUMBUS, Ohio,
The "Knowing Ones."
This Is the day of sensations. ' Some' people
baveY surprising, knowledge ot political and
state secrets. .' Tbey are wonderfully knowing.
They see deeper Into tne mui stooe ,tnao . conr
mon folks. V ,' ::x :-.t .
Bat the most aggravating thing to the' poor
ignorant publlo Is,' that these "wise ones'
know t great deal more than they dare tell-'
more than It Is prudent to make Jsnown mors
than the authorities will allow them to publish
Ther could, If permitted, startle the communl
t with the most astounding revelations, that
would set the world all a blate, and kindle
peneral conflagration, It is well that there Is
some restraining poweroversueh capacious and
Incendiary knowledge-boxes. , It postponosthe
"crack of doom." '-
The "Knowing Ones." The Order of Secretary Cameron to
General Fremont.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Oct. 14, 1861.
GsmaiL The Secretary of War direots me
to communicate the following as bis instructions
lor your governmentf ' ,
In view of the heavy sums due, especially In
the Quartermasters i-eparimeni in ima cuj,
amounting to tome $4,600,000, it Is important
that tbe money which may now be in the bands
Of the disbursing onicere. or oe received oy mem,
be applied to tbe current expenses of your army
in Missouri, ana inese neon io remain unpaiu
nntll they can be properly examined and sent to
Washington for settlement; the disbursing offi
cers of tbe army to disburse the fnndi, and not
transfer them to irresponsible sgents In other
words, those who do not hold commissions from
the President and are not under bonds. All con
tracts necessary to be made, to be made by the
disbursing officers. Tht Senior Quartermaster
bere has been veroany instructed oy me sec
retary as above.'
It ie deemed unnecessary to erect field works
around this city, and yon will direot their dis
oontlnnanee; also those, If any, In course of
construction at Jefferson City. In this connec
tion it ie seen that a number of commissions
have been (riven by vou. No payments will be
made to each officers, except tn those whose ap
polntmenta bare been approved by tbe Presi
dent. This, of course, does not apply to tbe
officers with volunteer troops. Col. Andrews
has been verbally Instructed by tbe Secretary
also not to make transfers of funds except far
the purpose ot paying tbe trocfa.
l ie erection or Darracrsa near your quarters
la this city to be at once discontinued.
The Secretary hat been informed that tbe
troops ot General Lane's command are commit
ting depredations on our mends in western
Missouri. Yonr attention it directed to this,
in the expectation that yod will apply the cor
rective.
Major Allen desires tbe services .of Captain
Turnley for a short (ima, and tbe Secretary
hopes you may find it proper to accede thereto.
1 nave tbe nonor u oe, very res peouuiry, your
obedient servant, . I .... ,..,i . i
L. THOMAS, Adjutant General.
Major General J. C FaiMoirr. Commanding
Department of the West. Tipton, Ma. ,i ....
Daniel S. Dickinson.
Tbl gentleman, in 1859, made a speech':
In
which; speaking of Democrat! being, used by
Republicans ai candidates, ad. . He occupying
that position now. salts tbe case: ' '
The Republican party has always borne testl-
soon v ia favor of the1 Democratic oartv.' J
looking far eawdiddtes, it strreri hirdtt find Otdie
who have tern Dmocrali, and then will parade
tbem in tne jortMru ran, and exclaim, "That
man ass been m Vemmatput Arm in the fore-
ground. Don't yon see wael m fine man be is 7
HewaseoaleniocTat!'' ,
Our opponents remind me of a peddler In the
Western country, who had sold his wares and
was going East. Having resolved toast off, he
went to a Danker and requested btm to let nim
have New x ork money lor his Western wild
eat aotes. The canker, however, replied that
ne naa bo new xori tunas to exchange tor it.
"Wall. stranger." said tbe neddler ."lr vou
got same gooa eounterjm money on New York,
wkicb yon can let me baver " now, the Kepub
lieoni, if ever thty can get Dtmoerat into their
party, who ie even counter f tit, tbey think ' be
is an object ot great pride,' and parade aim
and all others as each, tes hwoo left the Demo
erotic party for tko fort ft good. '
l-J-vl
rThis It very good. ' ,
Pennsylvania Election.
-In-regard to the Pennsylvania election, the
Philadelphia ttorth Auxeruan sayi: i i . ,
' "The result of tbe late election In PUladel-
pbia turns oat to be more disastroas than at
first appeared. ' Both branches of the Citr
Conncils bave fallen into tbe hands of. the
Democrats by bare majorities, carrying with
them tbe various departments of tbe city gov
ernment ' The same party carry ten oat of
every seventeen members of Assembly from tbe
eiry; ana a senator: and tne majority or Thomp
ton (reopie's; for Sheriff Is so small tbat tbe
army vote la said to swamp it." . :, . - ,i
Upon this tbe Albany Araut remarks: .
"The press of New York and PbUadelnhla in
susnt in rrgsra to mess tacts. Tne telegraph
naa oeen sueni aiso: ana too duoiio is not nor-
mlttedtoknow that the Republican party bad
oeen oisattronsiy aereated in ; rennsylraaia.
We bear tbat the vote of the State ahowaa
Democratic maloritys and that tbe soldiers in
camp bave east a majority ol 15,000 for tbe
vemecratio ticket. . , , . ..,,...,
" We do not know how true this Is; but the si
lence of the Administration press confirms this
view of the result. Tbe Republican press of
Pennsylvania Is too profligate in purpose and
too rash In assertions, to forego tbe pleasnre of
ooasuog in success in a partisan, cootiiot, if it
, , ( , ..,;.. ,
'
The National Loan.
" The rapid appreciatioai of the United States
funded per cent, stock of 1861 to tbe neigh
borhood of par, renders it Important to the pnb
lio to watch the ioflaenoe of this advance npon
the present privilege of subscribing at par to
the 7.30 treasury .bonds of 1864, which bave the
convertible option of the 6 per cents of 1661 .
This privilege i now open to the pnbtle net In
the direction of the Secretary of tee Treasury,
hut by the tuffertmo of tho AoooeioUd Bonk of
New York, Bolo tas Philadelphia, vko moy,
fa day' notice, tlot tht popular ouUoription,
taking tbe remaiadet ef the entire loan to their
account, with a view to the re-sale ol iheT.30
per cent bocda, at a profit oa their eoeversiea
into the 20 per cent. 6 per cent, stocks, which,'
being already near the par value, while the war
ia going, promisee to attain a handsome premi
asa en tbe first signs of peace, or tbe first aews
of any brilliant or decided success in tbe field.
me tubocriptioua aod payments in this city,
day, en tbe 7 per center are tbe heaviest of
any day ainoe the popular negotiation Was open
ed, and all exclusive of the banks , vie:
At rab-tnamrr.M striatums.. ..t.;t.a.Mrj
Ai b-lraMfT,oBlyclBlaa.,.,. e7,WI0
,el,tw-:.........f v.ljw..., tueooe
"Totol far the ..'... .';l'i.Ut.t.ft.t75.CO0
"The closing bid for the UnltaH Rt.i K m.
n. t.l W, Uf f,
TT
JUL
Fa.
iJLT'iaewew lorn 7itoe .states' that the
riayQan Emijratlosi -feocUly y taklni off the
eolored people by huadrtde K Bu Dfnlsgo.X
Oo fiatnrday, tbe 19th Insl,J'40O able-bodied and1
IjiteJUgecf eoloted pertoni left JTewTork, ao4
600 Kirs were ecgagad Im the sttt sWprnec!,
tlti-i
Sending Abroad for Clothing.
Wti learn' with tomcera and surprise that
Quartermaster Meigs baa ordered an agent to
England, With credit to the amount of five
anllllnna of dollar, to ourcbase blankets and
k...... tn tha GaverAmant 1 ' Thai agent has
arrived at Halifax on his way, but has been tel.
egrapbed to await further orders, w a trust no
wUl.be directed to-vetorn, and that enr own
manufacturers will be allowed to supply the
wants ' of the armj, which they are amply
MmiuUt to tn. eat aiixtv tier centum of their
Mi raini t hailed Into action . The expen
ditoreortlgaaum-eol-4akiog tbat
much from our stock or gold aepnviug ,u
A.lrr nt n vraat an amount Oi employment.
and the consequent Increase of the price of the
raw material in Europe would be a aer one
blow to the interests of tbe nation, and a ser ous
embarrassment In the future financial operations
of the Administration. Tbe subscriptions to
the national loan have been urged and eflected
upon the ground tbat the money would return
to the people in recompense ior uur u .uF
nliM. anil that not a dollar, where It was posal
ble to avoid It, would be expended out of the
country. - This policy should be adhered to, to
enable us to sustain tbe Government and save
ourselves from depressing poverty ; we hope the
matter will be reconsidered in season tesave us
tmm the on fortunate eonscauences the accom
pllshmant of the mission Would entail. JJoifon
foot.
The Fabian Policy.
.. There begins to be considerable talk of a
postponement of active operations in the field
in Eastern Virginia nntll spring. Some of our
Washington wiseaeres shake their beads know.
Ingly and exclaim: "The Fabian policy is tbe
best and we shall probably see no bard fight
ins tha rear." These sedate old gentlemen
will probably wake up to a new view of things
before the middle ot xxovemoer isnere. irsi
iiioon dr. N. V. Pott.
'Can this be true? Is It possible that, after
all the immense preparations, tbe Admlnistra
tion ie determined to do nothing nntll spring?
Must tbe country groan under tbe heavy ex
penae, now daily accnmulating, and no effort be
made to crush the rebellion! We bope there
may be no foundation for the above statement,
but it it is true, we nave oniy to say, thv, rzo
rLi will not submit To it. Already tbey are
tired and alck of procrastination. If Mr. Lln
ooln and bis Cabinet will not press tbo war to a
speedy conclusion, we must create a Govern
ment that will. It will prove a dangerous un
dertaking to prolong this war for the benefit of
politicians, who are In, or are supplying, tbe
army. C. Timeo.
This coming from the Timet, a bitter oppo
nent of the Democracy, Is ominous. What is
the Timrs after T Does it propose to dispossess
Mr- Lincoln, and establish a bogus Govern
ment? - This It a strange threat, truly.
Employment of Indians by the
Rebels.
We bave received from many quarters' the
statement that there are two Indian regiments
la Backoer's camp, and we bare heard tbe state,
ment contradicted. We are not prepared to say
whether it Is true or not. Tbe evidence tbat it
Is a fact Is direct, and we bave no sufficient rea
son to reject it. ,
It is well known tbat tbe Couredrrate civil
and military authorities bave been diligently
engaged for some time past In an effort to en
gage tbe whole Indian population in tbe war
against tbe united elates, and that, to some ex
tent, they hare been successful. .A recent
number of tbe Nashville Union and American,
annonnces tbe mustering of fonr Indian regi
ments into tbe uonisderate service, and exalts
thereat. Of course these lonr savage regiments
and all tbe rest that can be raised by meana of
bribes and threats bave been or will be taken
wherever It It supposed tbat tbey can be made
most effective in the conflict. ; Mere policy will
dictate where they shall be employed, for hu
manity or any Considerations connected with it
can bave nothing to do with such a question,
were Deing no dinerence, so far as numantty is
concerned, between letting the savages loose
open the 'people of Missouri and unchaining
them against the citizens of Kentucky. There
can be no doubt that both of these States will
resound with their horrid war whoops. Louit-
sum journal. .
Thi kiroarKD AiTaca: on ths Blocxadiko
Flict xrt ths Missistirri A dispatch, purport
ing to come from Commodore iiollins. In com
mand ot the rebel gunboats on tbe Mississippi,
gives an account of an attack made bv them
npon tbe Doited States blockading fleet, which,
the account says, was driven npon the eand-bar
and the Southwest Pass, and the sloop-of-war
rreoie was sunk . we get tnis account through
a Southern source, and therefore mnst receive
H with some considerable grains of allowance,
it win be some days before we can have a con
firmation or denial of it from our own officers,
The rebels at New Orleans bave been threaten
log to ran down some of tbe vessels of the
blockading fleet with their mail-clad "turtle,"
a naval invention or their own, which baa been
repeatedly described. The fact tbat ther wen
down and attacked the blockading fleet would
imply that they bad considerable confidence in
tbeir newly constructed vessel, or tbat the fleet
was not very strong la numbers at the particu
lar period of attack. . The Preble was a small
sloop of-war, of a little ever five hundred tons,
tod carried sixteen guns.- It has been used for
many yean, In ordinary, as a practice shin, and
is probably not such a vessel as eould withstand
very heavy guns. Still we must wait for a eon
firmation oftbe atery before we believe that she
was so easily sunk. -.. , i
From Pilot Knob.
The report from Pilot Knob, printed in oar
yesterday's paper, lacks confirmation. We ob
talned tbe information late at night, from what
we considered a perfectly reliable source, and
are only rejoiced tbia morning to find tbat the
report was simply one ol the exaggerated mis
statements witn wbicn newspapers are now-a
oava so frequently imnoeed noon.
l seems from - later reports received this
morning, that though an engagement did take
place near mot &non, tbe rebels, and not the
federals, were seriously worsted. The follow
log la tbe latest, oomiDg this time from official
sourcesr-'" , '
, ,. , "Pilot Knot, Oct. 17. 10 r. tt .'1861.
. "Major Gavltt, of the First Indiana Cavalry.
made an attack on the enemy this morning.
when, discovering the strength and position of
tne rebels, reu back nntu ne came npon Col.
Alexander with six hundred infantry of tbe
iwenty-nrst. niinoir, ana one piece or aitii
lery. , ' ; '
"The eeemv followed, fighting all tha wav.
"Msior Gavitt then got bis guns in noaition.
and concealing bis infantry In ambush, cansed
part' of bit command to retreat still further,
drawing tbe enemy Into tbe ambuscade prepar
ed for them.
"Tbe enemy suffered severely, and fell back
with heavy losses." ' " . ;
Major Bcbo field's battery, reported to have
gone forward yesterday, naa been delated and
goes to-ciaj.- oi. umit upn., laia.-
07 The ttsw Xork Herald professes to bave
tbe ifficial aceoaats, made np in September, of
the cumber of troops, wbicb four of the South
ern States had 1b tbe field during that month.
These are given below, with the forces which
an equal number of Northern States bave des
pstched to the teat ot war ; .1, , . i '.
New Tort. ...........8098 6ortia. tO.lOS
Illinois .45.000 Worth OarollDa...,!r0,570
Indiana-. A. u ...... .35.010 loalilana I4,Ui0
Oonnetcat.... Apt Ttzaa , SO MO
Total. .-.,..,.v,,f168,oi 7oUI......72,73
XT The Bub-Treaaory has been actively em
ployed, to-day, ia reoeivinr sabeerlDtioos to the
ostiooal loan. Over half a mill loo dollars was
oaid in for tales at tbe coaoter. In addltion to
1650.000 receded frost aceaeiee. and 1200.000
received Irora. Boston banka on erevlees trails ef
tbe eeoretary- ot etty airenciaa ar ell re
oaivlog lobserlptioos, aad all Uke tbe tworear
six per sent, nctes at par and Interest, and ei
cbang ,Uy 7 S-10 per oeot. awtes-i -This privi
lege ef piylog ia an per cent, sates vjaa vargely
Increased tbe subscriptions. Tri, ISth. -
T ' ri .i,-.. ,t
i
Colo FaJtT.r-Jf joe bavd sold feet, iracaerse
them, saoroies; asf evwoins;, in sols' water, rob
with roagh aewel, and run abeal wow room
till they waraa .Ie one month yo will be en
tirely relieved. All these red pepper aad Mus
tard applioathKM are like rasa to the stomach-
relieve yon to-day, bat leayw TV welder to-rnof-row.
y , . .nitat m i'Mwi '' I
'ei'l"1' '! .'i SMI OVfSl t!10it 1
A Virtual Exchange of Prisoners.
The Administration has adopted a method by
which an exchange of prisoners can be tfleotea,
u tbe rebels cocoes. : eauuut, o course, rec
ognize tbem, la any way, as legitimate belliger
ents, but as fast as they release any of our un
fortunate men, a corresponding number of theirs
will be released by our government.,. Some
iorty or fifty wounded men naving oeen reoent
l ratnmad from Riohmood to Fortress Mon
roe, orders bave been Issued to CoL Loomto, of
NewYork city, to return in tne same way some
forty or fifty oi tbe iDcarcerateo iraiiors. mis
ia a tender wbicb. If tbe 'rebels have humanity
enough to regard it, will restore tbe captives of
both sides to weir irienae anu uuiuea.
Commmcui' THtoixar. "If yon don't bs
Hove in miracles," said a divinity student to tbe
spiritualist, "how do yon acoouot for tbe escape
of the prophet Daniel, nnhurt, from the lion's
den?" i . i - !
"Oh," interrupted X, "they knew it was bad
policy for them to eat np their Profits!"
IXThere are 5,598 boats belonging to the
Erie Canal, of which 1,346 are of greater tun
nage than the vessel In which Columbus dis
covered America; and it may be added, that
the aggregate cargoes these boats can float in a
season, from the Takes to the ocean would load
the combined fleets of tbe world. Scientific
American. ,i . '" "
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS,
TTEMB BISTERS l
WEBB SISTERS 1 '', ' '
WEBB SISTERS I .
. WEBB SISTEHS t
-AT- ' ' ' .
Armory IZEctll,
ON-
. Wednesday Evening, Oct. 23d.
acl28
Cranberries I Cranberries !
OA IIBI.H. CKANBRKHIESt II GOOD
OU OHDHR, on eiDttinueut.
For sal low bj
WU. n. RiBTIEADX,
oclS2 , .,, 100 Booth Uih Street.
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Bale of Real Estate 1y order of Court.
W. M.TInch. )
vi. ? Superior Court of Franklin County.
John Brown etal.)
IN pursuance of an order ot the Superior Court ot
Franklin coudU, Ohio. mad at tha Mar term thereof,
A.S. lHtfl, in the abore entitled action, there will be
offered for sale, at public auction, to the blgktat bidder,
on ;
Saturday, the 30th day of Nov., A. D. 1861,
at the hour of 10 o'clock A.M., at the door of the Court
Ilonee, In the city of Oolnmbus, in laid Franklin count,
tbe followlnir real estate, to Witt
In-lot number 20 of Robert Nell's addition to Die dry
of Oolnmbof, being the norlh-eait corner ot Lookwlo
turnpike aod JohDitown plank road.
appraiied at i,joa.in.
Tenni of sal, cash.
WAOBR SWAYNB, -Special
Waiter Commiuloner.
S. tt H. Chittenden, Attyi. . .
Printer'! fn, 10.00.
OBI. lBOl-td.
Master ' Commissioner's Salei
Clark k Co.
retail
ir. uommon new. . .
jonn a. a.iooey
BT TIBT0I OF AN ORDEK OF SALE TO Mi
directed from the Ooort of Oomaoa Plea of Frank,
lln coon It. Ohio. I will offer for sale at the door of tbe
Oonrt lion?, in tha City of Colombui, on
Monday, the 25th day of November, 1861,
at on o'cloek, p. m., the following dficribed real ea-
ute, sitnit in tn ooanty oi rrankiin and state or umo,
to wit:
Lot No. 8. suudivliion of ont-lot No. 39. In ah eitr
of Colombui.
Appraiied at 1800 00. " '
6. W. BTJFFMAN, Sheriff,
and Muter Commiuloner.
Printer fees, 9 W). . .
OCUtd . ; -.i . ' 1 -i . ' ' ' ' 1
DRY GOODS.
119 South High Street,
$30,000 Worth of Goods
TO BR PUT INTO MONET; BOUGHT FROM
Broken Down New. York Merchants,
AT FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR
coniiiTiNa or
Lopin'i Beit French Merino, worth
" Fig'd ".
But Ottomaa Clothi, . r'.
Fatla U0kene, .
TelvetBep, . "
Fig'd "
French Telom a, "
Irish Poplisa, . '
- .. i
All-wool Delaioei, - "
Printed Challli (dark), . , ' -
" Delaima, , J'
n . t
3 Cues Prlnti, " ..
4 . ' '
1 50 for
1 50 "
1 50 "
t 50 '
1 00
1 00
I on
1 00
I 00
- 75
50
75
37X
S7H
SS
SO
10
. :
10
1 50
1 oir-
i
75 "
.1 00 "
75 "
50 "
s 31
. 25 "
. IS
8
10
MX"
SHAWLS Broche Long Bhawli. worth $20 fori 10;
Brake Square Shawli, worth $10 for $5, Stella Shawli,
allpricei; Extra Qnality Long and Bqnar; Plaid Wool
Bhawli; Black and While Plaid Shawls; Mines Wool
Shawli; flenti TrmTellDj Shawli; Olovea, Boaimy, Da
denhlrti and Drawers.
Boniekeepers will And a fall anortaeat of Flaaaeli,
Blanket!, Bleached and Unbleached Cotton Bheetinas
and Shirtings, Pillow Oats Cottons. Irlih Linens. Nap
kin! and Table Damaiki, Crash and Huckaback Towel-
iDgl. I
. A full assortment of French and Scotch Kmbrolderiei
In Collars, Sleeree, Lace Beta, ete. . i -
uioins, vaieimerei, cattlneu, Jeans, a roll awort-
aaens. vie. vie. cic. '
;i;vS. S. EAMES,
119 Sooth High Street,
, 'a ' " '. ' CDLUMBDS, 0.
Smith. Maaoo At Oo's New Patent nook and Ire. for
saie at uv eontn nign streai. -
ootl7 ,
OOLUMBTJS
OPTICAL INSTITUTE
:' . ii i '.. v i . -
Tlae Beet Arllfleiail Hels the
Ilamaia 8ia;ht ever Invented. .
JOSEPH 8. PEBLEY,
PRACTICAL & SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN,
KEEPS THE L.AKGEST ASSORT,
smt of Qw molt Improved kinds of Bpectacles.
All his aiasKa, whether for near or far-aighled, are
roand In eooeare eonves form with tha craateat care.
ao as to salt the Byes of all cases, curing Waakmai,
biiitaeai er Innammatioo of tha lyes, and Imparting
strength for lonj reading or too aewiaf.
Office, 13 Bast Stat itreet. at Beltset 4k Webster's
none etor.
sNgS-SIf
Ilonry ZSLooXaloz,
t .' (LaUof Phalon'sritabllituaeBt.It.T.,),. -
PKOPRIETOR OP THE HEW TOBK
Faihkmible Bharinr. Hair Cutlinr. Bhamoooalna.
Carting and Draadng Baloon,
Bottth IXijzh St., over Bain's 8 tore.'
where aatiatacUoa will b glrea la all the varioos
kraaehei. ... . :
Ladtai' and Children'! Hair Dreatln don In tha beat
selWr . i
" Oysters! Oysters!!-
HAS jrST HECEITKD, AND TTILL
be la daily receipt, by Xxpraaa, ot
FrBa!lhaor and Fair Hawa:" ',' 1 ' ' i
Call at Wagoar'i Oyeterend Frolt Jrpot, K. Si Bart
. '. 1 .if? :.jit.i.) a fl,i a- . f
NEW ADVERTISE'IEriTSa
MEDICAL COLLCE,
".-- coLiiMBusronior
TIIR'HEOCLAU'OOVBSE OF LECi
Tiriltd la ihii Inetltotlon will commence oa
THTJBSUAT, the Mth or O0T0BKK, and continue aa-
ill tn in oi aiarcn, joui, .
r'- s. m. sMiTn.'k 't);,i J ,
, Professor of Theory and Fraatkw, and Ciaa. n." i
f francis piiTk?
Prof, ot Obstetrics at Dlseuei of Women Children.
.4 John. pAwsdN;M:i:;:'r
Prof, of Anatomy ansj Pbyalology. , i
' J. W. HAMILTON M. T.',' ' '
'' . 'Prof, of' VW ,V!.'Vm' "''"
: ''s." LOVING, M; D., i ;
. Prf. Mat. Med., Therap. At Med. Fariipradinc. T
.. . TBEOV'iQ WOKUItBr MvD.'joV'-.i'i
, Prof, of Ohemlitry. ,
' ; .'"'' R.N. BARE, M.',;D,v-.:Hrr;'
' '. Demonitrator of Anatomy.. -I.:';
Termsr
Tickets for'all the Professsn .....k...!,..., $00 OS
Matriculation Ticket (only paidODO). , 5 00
Gradnatlon Fees SO 00
Demonitratlon BrTlee!..........i....... J 5 00
Boarding $2 to $3 per week, Including light and fuel.
The Clinical and Hospital adrantages constat tn ths
large and direnlned College Ollals aad the Hospital of
the Franklin Ooanty Infirmary. Beside these, the two
Military Camp in the neighborhood will be acceulbl to
Medical Students.- ::.
All letters ot loaulry will te promptly aniwered.lf
addreised to . . ,
octltd ' ' 8. M. SMITH, Dean.
BOARDING ! BOARDING! !
GOOD BOARD k PLEASANT ROOihs
for eight or ten Denoni. can be had by applying to
0. PATTERSON, No. 118 South Front Street, between
State and Town Street
Being bnt on sqnar from the Stat nous, makes It a
deiirabl plac forbuiiniM men.,.; ; i.
ooiiv-aim , . . . .. '..'., ,.:
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
ROOM.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVIPfG TAKER
a lease on the Store Boom ' , .
ISTo. 11 East State St.,
has opened It ai an ; ' ,
Auction & Commission Boom.
He Is now prepared to receive on C ommlnloa every
description of property, lack ej Dry Goode, Orocerles,
Llqaon, Furniture. Carriage. Horses, etc. He alio
intend to derete fail attention to sales of Real Estate
and Personal Property, at any point, within twenty ml lei
of the city. . :.v ... n
t Auction Sales Every. Evening; .
Consignment! retpeclfally solicited.'
. . .i - w. a. aVBflT, auctioneer.
0Ctl9 . , , ;:; ,!
Domestic Cotton Goods.
BAIN & SON
" "' ..i-Ji.'i. j i,.:'
Of FEU tbe most x ten aire lAseovta
asset of . - i ., . , .- , . r-
Brown and Bleached Ootiou Flannels; i. "
;. BamileyCottohBheetlngii
. Select Style of Calico's and Delaines; ''
Ticking!, Shirting, Olnghanu, tn ; i .
And Cotton Batting!. ... - . - -
Also, Blankets, Flanneli, c' ' , '.,
OaitmaretOlak01th,a'lctetc. ;. " r
Much below regular price. .
BAIN Sc SON, "
octIO 7 . . , S South High Btraet.
Flannel, Shirting (?
pCi AIM, PI.AID, STRIPED T WILL,
a. jsii. , The most ztnsiTtook in the city, p v-
, , Army Woolen Socls.
' Bhaker Bibbed Socks. - ,,' . u i '
.. , Under Bhirte and Drawer!. , r ... , ,
Cotton and Merino Socki .
Oolden HillBhlrU. ' '"'
Gent's Kid Gloyes. ' ' ;' "'
Oent's Linen Collars, Neck Ties. ' '
i BAIN Sc SON, "
octlfi No. 89 South High Street,
TTERY STYLISH STRIPED CLOTH
V SHAWLS, la new deiigni at $3 00 Value $5 00,
1.500 yard! Super Plain Black Bilk at $1 00 -Value
Si xoayara.
French Merinos, IRK cent Value 87Kctsayard.
" " 75 cents-value $1 00a yard.
BAIN St SON,
octlt No. 29 South High Street,
PRINTED OTTOMAN REPS,
Plain Ottoman Cloth,;
Magentaand Black Check Valenclai;
- ' Broche Bonbaix Dresi GooUs; ;
Balmoral Skirti; . .
Alexanders' Kid Glow;
. " Got Trail Hoop (klrti.
Corset. Uslr nets,
Plaid Merinoi. - ' :'
BAIN k BON,
octlG No. S9 Soath High Street.
EAGLE BRASS-WORKS,
'. 1 Corner Spring cV Wsite Si.,1. ''
Dolxxxkx.loxxa9 Olxlo,
W. B. POTTS & 00.,
ind Manufacturers of Brass and Composition Castings,
Finished Bran Work of all Descriptions. r .
Electro Plating and Gilding I
STENCIL CUTTINC, C. "V
VM. II. RESTIEAUX,
(BUC0ES80B TO MoKSB A KESTIIAUX) ;
No. 100, Sooth -High - Street),
; ooTjUmtjtjs, ;
. ' : '''dialsbin;;'':'.;';,''... r
C R OCE R I E S, PR O D U C E
PROVISIONS '
Foreign and DomesticEnjiits, ..
FLOUR, S A LT, LlQU OR si, jETC.
STORAGE & COMMISSION
V Baltimore Clothing" Honsc. ;l J
' sfaaioraoTtrBBf ajtb wholsuls nuuiu m';-
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
- . Na 308 W. BaltimorMxeet,'':;'
(awTwan iraaatv aaa'srawiaaj I ''
: . , BAJLTinORE, H4
k Largs luortsaent ol Piece tai Furnlslilnf
fJoods Constantly ei Head '.'
WllllAlX&rA; f GrUls
. coi.vnBvn, oniop " " "
AGRI CULTIIIOlL WAteHOUSB
And Seed Store,
M in' ,
!..vy r . BiAtn m
til itri
GENERAL 'HARDWARE;
m ,HAn4,fiaaj, si iTrrrr, conuias,
AsikaS ristUrWMslktriUViVaiwt
sAw sad BalawMiaa, M Uottot.Voto aa
king.
Sbl-dlv
'
-
pnn i
I .
HEADLEY & E
1 ",
TTAVK REITIOVEDTO TIIEIltTJEW
Noi. 230 , nd 252 South Hijh Street,
aod har aasOclatei wli tfismsslves WM 11IOUABD3,
under ths Arm of
Joraaiag on of th largest Dnr flood! Houara lilha
WJH I ' ; I ' ' ' I 1 ' I i 1 r . y . i I . i v
Slils Dona U eouitantly receiving New Goods,
suchas '
NEW BTYlis OF DREsS '(Jpo,'1
1 IRISH SILK AND WOOL POPLINS,
' ! PLAIN AND FIGURED REPP GooDs'
, j PLAIN AND FANCY SILKS.
The Newest and Nealssl style of ".i "' I
Hamilton, Manchester and Pacific
' i'.' ).'.'.' Delaines '.' '
In th City, can bl foundat '' ' ' '
HEADLEY, EBERLY &. RICHARDS.
. . ,., ,. .mfi )M V, ''I-',..' ,.Vi
; j , Balmoral Skirts, ... , .
In great variety, just received by .'.j ''i"?.,
( HEADLEY, EBERLY &, RICHARDS",
, ! ' ' " i .: -via - ''
. I ALSO,
1 1 i sii-.:. ..i'f . i- f.
ZEPHYR WOR8TEDS.,m -1 .nwi i
.. ,'.. . , i ..., uv, ..' .' i.l -fiiviij M . '' .am
EMBROIDERIES,' TRIMMINGS,. ,
j ! ' GLOVES k HOSIERY,'"'' '
' LADIES' CLOTH CLOAKS,
Of ths Newest Styles, just received, and also made to
""r, oy , . ;. , , . , ..,r,, ,K
i HEADLEY, EBERLY & RICHARDS,
Aj. h-- ',
I I'f .( '
ALSO
SHAWtS,
MEBINOBS, ,
PLAIDS,
CHINTZ, . ',
OIOTH8, '
. ; OASSIMIKBS, ; . M
SIIiKScTXIiTET VE9TINQS,
' fiBIXTXNQB) ,Vi.W7 .
: MEEEIUAO PBISTS, TJOOPfEIETS, j
nnrrnN nnirw mn ninpr.T warpr. ' "
Thli firm. haTing adoptad th Cash systwm la th pur-
ehase and sal of floods, are enabled to sell from IS to St
percent, less than other houses under wo credit system
HEADLEY, EBERLY & EICHABD3,
i 250 and 252 Soath HI eh Street.
1 1 , ; , - ,Colmisi.e Obl.
oc!8-dly ' ' ..,. -;,'.a i
Nisw ooal VAnb.
I . ... . - - V I I, 1
L..1
THE UNDERSIGNED KEEPS COPf.
BTANTIiY on hand and for sal, the bait quality of
HOCKING GRATE COAL,
whloh h will sell at the lowest market prtcei.
Call and zkarlna ssy Ooal before purchislni elie
wheie. ' v 1 - '" " ' "'''" "
Offleaet th itore of Bradford, Snydim k Co., head
of Oanal.'v ' " '' ''' '' "v'''' ' '
I D. V. BUTDAMV
setS6-3ai i -l ' .......ii. . tt "",t
E. M'COLLISTERi
WltelesAle and Ketalt 'Dealer in
TOBACCO, , SNUFF k CIGARS
": No.' 85' Fmli 'BtreJt, .'iV
. -K m i i a r tv-t in tt ' rs i'" ''"
Keei ' onetantljr on ban4 All tbe
. i . rloaie BBAN VH ol A . , ., ,
Pot, ttl-lyd
PROF. L. MILLER'S
ii a i n
An j ESetrtt
INVIGORATOR
EffectlT9, Safe and
Economical
j I ... i Compound,
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR ,
To It original color without dyelnf , ' and prartntloir
;-i - , . Hair (roaa curnlni gray. -
i ; SjFOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
Aadcpring It, when then Is th lesst particle of vlta.ll
A i ot raoaperativa enargy remaininf .
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUK
H And all cataneou affection! of th Scalp. ''
. f OR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR;;,:;,
Imparting to It an aneqaled gloss and brilliancy, naklof
mi u ana siuy u lexian, ana causing it do cur
raanny. . , " . . . - .
Tha mat celebrity and Inerss1na demand for thla nn.
aqualad prapaiaUoo, ; aoavlnoes th proprietor -that one
trial I only nitsasiry to atisry a diaoanuog public of It
superiorqualitie over any othr preparation hi as.,. It
eieauss ths head and scalp from daadruST and other
outaneBua diseaaes, earning ths hair to grow luxuriantly
giving It a rich, soft, glossy and flexible appearance, ut
also, where the hair is loosening and thinning, it will gir.
Imurili ana .t.n. tn ,Ka mil. mnA mMm iV. t .0
hose parts which hare bsoom bald, causing It to yield '
reih oovering of hair.
Then a nandreds of ladies and geatlemen In New
Tork who hart had their hair restored by th us of this
IrrTigoraWr, when all other preparations bar failed. L.
at. has In hi poaaesaloa setters Innumarabl testirylng
to th above facta, from persons of th highest redsec la
bility. ! It 111 unaetually prevent ths hair from turnina
antil the latest period of life; and In ease where'th hair
aa already enangea tuoolor, th as ef the Iirrlgarator
will with oertaiaty restore It to It to tt ong'mtl hue, giv
ing U a Urk. loiT appearane. As a perfume tot tht
toilet and a Hair BestoratiT It Is particularly nctm
mended, havtng an sgreeabl fragranoe; and the great fa
eillUei it affords in seistng the hair, whioh, when molat
with Ue InYlirorator, saa be dreamd In any required
form so a topreaerv U plaoa, whether plainkrla earla
bene the great demand fur it by the ladle aa a atandard
toilet artlci which none ought t be without, th prlos
placae It within th reach ot ail, being
' i Only Twenty-PiT Cents
par bottle, tob had at all saepectacla Uruggli
il ! . Parfsraiars.. . .J t ." .
its sad
I. ttTXIXXB would sail th attention of rarentg and
Guardian! to ths us of : his Invigoratoa, in cases where
thaohlldreo'i hair inclloes to bs weak. Tha us of It
lav tha foundation foraffoootAaisd hair, u Um.
mora any tmpuritie that snay har beoom connected
with tb aealp, lb semoval of wkkib Is naceaearyaatb
for th health of th child, ana th (utar .appeaxano of
It Hair, , kf ,,.,.,,,. i . irt)'cit .
Oitmnn. Non gtnaln without th fae-atmlr LOTJIS
MILLSR btlna on th outer wranMr: alan. L. If II-
IiBR'S HAU INTIOOBATOB, klawa ia the
Ua.
Wfaolaaala Dpot,H Bey street, anesold brail fee
principal Merchant and Druggul throughout the world
IjWtu aucouni to parcaaaers by ue qoaauty,
-1 ,, . i i
I alio deein to preient to th American Pnblia aay
1TEW ! AID DtTSOVSD - CTRlXrjJTEOTJI
LIQUID HAIR DYE, :-
which, after years of adenttAe xprlmntlng, I havs
brought to prfetloa. It dye Black or Brown Instantly
withoutmjury to th Hair or Skin; warranted th bill
article of lb kind Ineiistano. ' I
i pniri-!. nvi.v fin c.ewth' .. . .1.
Depot, 66 Dey St,' New York.
0fltS8:dfcwl. .ii "-" i
RE HO V A LT
.fi.
mum m Mffi
.. ; 1 DEALER'. IN ,'; no .4
vnvuviitA .( , V l ...:naj
r5,""' ti H ' ' j
b if .Ti
rroaace, f
IJ
Provisions,
nr. it
Foreign and. Domestic Liquors,
. n rriiTD KiTro ajt
A Aai.My yVVs,V-V.A
d a-T-V-'tVi
jl'T 'i r.r ' tf WT i)'viv
HAS KIMOVID HIS ATOBl f 10T l i
Ko. i4, noetr BiariW:;.
'' : l ;
TkaeM stand raeeatly eeeopled WWWfllw mvvvnAhV,
' . '(. Htatadrtfee!pot l .11.
riEv ai:d rnitSH coodsi
irticnaswtnssir
r 4
ce,
Tl)i'J 1I
ZT lo faKr-V tf Wot abargsCa
.41. ...'
1
1
A
r
u
in
si
P. ;
MILLIONS OF MONEY
iForanlncliof Time!
m OflfJB Tilft EXCLAMATION OF
dying Queen. That Inch of time csn be procur
ed at a much cheaper rale, and majiy long years of
! HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
tnjoytd. by coniultlng Dr.' UKBRYWB 4THKR, who
Ii curing the mdit olntlnat and loogitaniling dlieaic
of the I.rjNQS, HB aRT, LIVER, KIDNKYrt, l)lp
PBR. STOMACH RHBUMATIHM DISKABK4 l'BOU.
LIAR TO IBMAIiSS, SKIN DIHSA8K8, AND ALL
AIFB0TI0N8 Ot THI XYB AND XAU.
... Facts sire atnbbern Tblngst
Hear what the Philadelphia correspondent taji In the
"ommonweallh," Wilmington, Delaware, Oth of April,
"An lntllsh gentleman, formerly connected with the
British. Army, and who it; lei himself the 'Indian
Botanic Physician,' has of late gained an extensive repu
tation here by hi! skill In curing all manner ot com
plaint!. - Bom of hi patients I have conversed wtlb.
and they pronounce his remedies and mode of treatment
as rery superior. Bom bar been restored ai if by
maglo. Tbe medicine he uies Is distilled by himself
from virions herbs posseiilng rare curative properties.
"While acting In in army be divoted hii leisure mo
ment! to a thorough study of ths ejocts produced by
eertain medicinal root and herb! on all manner of dis
ease. It seems be has fonnd a suro and speedy reme
dy forall the 'ill that flesh ii heir to.' His practice ii
already extensive and is dally Increasing. In the com
plaints, to whioh Vaaaale are ranjeeted, he has no equal
as a large number bere have testified that they owe not
only their present good health, but their Uvea, to the
skill of thUtndlaiiDotani(Phyiiclan."
m Office 37 East State Street, Colombns.
YsBgn-dSm .i'juvi-
lOQl.
lOGl.
GREAT, WESTERN
DISPATCH.
TUpltod Stales Express Co., Prop're.
FAST FREIGHT LINE,
( v., ' ,:
i Via Sew York & Erie Sailroad,
i . . .
And all other Roads Leading West
and Southwest.
i
Chartered Oars over most Roads on Paiisingsr Tralsi.
M. H. HOVIT, Ag't, "
, 251 Broadway, N. T,
A. L. KNISHT, Ag't,
85 Btate St., Boston.
! WU. H. PERRY. Superintendent. Boffalo.
Irt.'FtTCH ic SON, Ae;ent,
87 West Ilroad Street,
,,. I ' COLUJTIKUS,OI1I.
.. sep!3
0btnmbns Wholesale Liquor Store
j LACELLE ROSS & CO.,
COMMISSION "MERCHANTS,
i:i " ' '
4 j IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Foreign and Domestic Wines, Brandies,
, I cc. ate... ALSO,
OLD RYE.'mONONGAHELA & BOURBON
i .
t I -t n WHISKY.
WAREHOUSE AND OFFICE, 224 SOUTH I1IUH ST.,
V; COLUMBUS, OHIO.
epSdlyli
special Notices
r-t I i- S4.-
i
A tl.IMll CASE,
fait 1 a very clear Cjse that poisouuus drugs deitroy
health. Impure Ba'eratui products . ctoayed teeth,
bronchitis, dyipepsia, and general debility. It Is also
dear that Pyle's Dietetlo galeratns is pure, aholeiome
and sBclent. Careful persons tin no other. Depot,
31S WasblngtoB street, New fort.' ' gold by grocers
rerwhere. " , .: .'.',','.,'.,',,' '.,.,.
For Femalee Gunelullf.-Th Brandroth
Pllli canaot be too highly spoL'n of. They remove all
otatrastlons, give' energy and itrcngth; cure tbe dis
tralo headache, unfortunately so prevalent with the
sex) dspreielcu of spirits, dollneas of light, nervooi
affections, blotches, pimplei, ssllowaess of the ikln, are
removed, acd a Juvenile bloom snd general iprightllnrss
Indicate the power and bealthfulnei of BRANDRETQ'a
PILLS. '!.','" .' ' ... ..!,..-,.. n ,
Ladiaa,,atdelioat periods, will And them unrivaled;
they are ths belt medicines for mothers snd children,
and cur worms and costiveneis.
. let It be remembered, that BRAHDKBTH's PILLS
art easy in tyelr. operation, and yst unite mildness with
sfflcienoy, and requlr no alteration of diet during their
is. . ;..'.. ,. . ." ;
'mtti. att)rgan, comer of 15th itreet and Union Square,
rTew Tsik. wa dying, apparently, of Coxioiiftiom.
She was given np to dl by her Physicians, and all her
friendi, hut after using BsaRDatrn's Pius for a few
week!, h cough left ber, and she began to regain her
strsngtb.and 1 now abl to attend, to her duties, and
feehi sore of soon attaiateg robust bealtb . l" "
U ti. trilson, of No. 39 Beach itrsat, New York, hi
eared Dyspepsia, Small Poa, Usasles, Dropsy and Ty
phus layer, and all Badaohs and Billons diseai i,
with BUNDasra's Fills, will te pleased to answer any
aesllots. f.-i,... t
Bold ay lemm &j oook, vrugglit, Columbui, and by
all nepecauSla eaalars tn medicines.
MI8Ucltas ' : ' "
!l'l" 1
. tiaa infallible itmedr for Fever and Aran. Theer. '
parisncj of many years. In almost every ollmate, proves
that whire ussa .a strict acoordinee with th directions,
If, 1MW; rarely ftlled to enr, not only by breaking the
ciUa, bnt ly removing the morbid habit of th system,
pTfnttrg the recurrence of th disease.
FEVER AMD AQUB, though not In Itself dsngerous, '
is apt, nnlsss spfsdlly removed,' to have such a pernl
eknseffimMostesS,Mtom t
awn saaeiui wan lorair, ana wnicn not only render Uio .
afbtr-nf of ths pitient mlserabl, but are la themselves
often fatal. A prompt aad eaTeetoal remedy Is therefore .'
what Is wanted, aad as sttcVDa. D. JiTXt'i Aaoa lira-", .
Ttms'Is eonfldently recomaendsd. las sale by llassrs.
Boaaan Sc lasttriL, Oolambus, and by sgtnui Tery- , ',
waai i,.," s:, .; t,
tten91wfrla;sat.wir ' ,
i -i 'i i . i ; i, '-."
y-MANHOOD. -
immJm bow ion; sow besiobxii.
;uJust?uMIsurial FrissletMO
tBOTOBl ON THI NATUR1, TREATMENT Ainy , s
RADICAL COM Of Bf SBatATOKHUKA Or Seminal '' '
Waaknese, Involuntary Kateiiona, Benal DaWlity, ao4 y i;
Impediments to Marriage generallly, Kerroninesa, Coo- . ,
aaaipUea, Xpllepsy and Fits, Mental aad Physical ia-
capacity, resulting from Beif-abuae, at. , By Hobert i. .
Oulverwell, If. D., author of .the flreeo Boob. Ju, l'i 1 1
X Been te Tboasanels e( 8of lerere, '
9entadfer seal. In a plain envelope, to any'aditrtsS, "
post paid, on receipt of two sum pa, by Dr. OUA8. "
i. 0. KlilMB, 1OT Bowbry, tmw lerk, Post Office Box
l. 4fti. itA.lt tepamd).;
1 Thi ; followinj: lii an extract from a
lettst vrrtttsa tsytka Bevi tt'i. Holm, paiUr at th lr-"
nrrpelbttret Baptiet XlhBTi rooryif.
rn"JournalsirfMeaienger,"Cuc!nhaQ,0.,andipeaki ' '
o'iaJes la tsvs tf tvrtrM-iawMd aaMtajhe, MufX
Wdu)wV BoVrfiilfi, gfracv roa Caiuni Tswramai
M Ws sa aa MlvartWaehr Id yea blemua ' ef Has
Wnwtow' SooTwiae bto Now w paver aald a ronl.,i
ravot ef ptnt mrdldoSVfare In our life, but w ,..
MPeertvpelM essay to your readers that this lea ansa .
bag wa ia vaiaw it, aw aww rr TO aa au, Ji .
i ima .It I ewwtijl one af Mj Sv)I wremfnf saeetf H
toes af ti Say, bamm it la see at th bnt. And tho m
f yaw raadara who kavv babiei 6H't de better than '
latal suppif. vnnOjiku) .

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