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.THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 24, 1861.
Rail Road Time Table.
Lit cu BIuhi k Columbus & Xnu B. R,
Leaves. ' Arrives
Cincinnati Aoeommodatlon. 5:00 A. M. 9:10 P, M
Kxpress 11:40 A.M., 11:03 A. M
Mail end Accommodation.. 0:10 P. U. 1:00 F. M
NtohtKxnrosa Tl Dsvtan. 1S:00 midnight. 3:20 A. U
Jnv. W. Doiienm, Agent.
Columbus At CuvtUMO E. B.
Ei,m 3:40 A. II. 1I:1S P. M
New Tor Kinross 11:10 A. M. , 10:50 A. M.
C. 0. 0. Way Kxpr).'... ffcJO P. at. 7:40 P. M,
James Pattxmok, Agent.
Okntral Ouig H. H,
No. 3 Kxpreu
, 3:30 A. H.
2:15 P. M.
11:25 A. 1
No. 5 do :15 P. M. u:o A. ,
W. J.
Inn, Agent
PlTTSmJSOH, OOLOMiDe Al OWOWHATl R. B. .
. MH1 Train .' 3 30 A. Mi 11:85 A. U
Kxures. Train H:5A.M. :45 P. H
Joi. Bobinhon, Agent.
COLlTUBrJ C iNDUNOrOLM, R. R.
Uolumbu Pwo IHDUM4 R. R.)
No. 1 Exurtn 0:30 A. M. 8:00 P, M
No. 8 " 3.00 P. M. 7.20 P.M.
Accommodation 10.50 A. M.
0. W. Bmith, Agent,
COLUMBUS POST OFFICE.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
DEPARTURES.
Mull for New York City, Boiton, Albany, Buffalo,
Pittsburgh, Meubenvlll way, Cleveland, Zanesvllle,
Newark, ilranvllle, Washington City, Baltimore, Pblla-
del,liia and New Orleam, cloie dally (Sunday except
ed) at B o'clock p. ni.
Athroujrh mall for Hew York and Cleveland doses
dally (Sunday excepted) at 8 o'clock p.m.
C. 0. St 0. R. K. Way Mali clotea dally (Sunday ex
cepted) at o'clock p. m.
Central Ohio Way Mall cloiei dally (Sunday excepted)
II) o'clock a. m.
Cincinnati Way Mall oloiei dally (Sunday excepted) at
0 clook a. m.
CliiCHio, Dulraqne, Delaware, Marlon and Worthing.
ton Matle close) daily (Sunday excepted) at It o'clock
p.m.
Mails for Xenla, Springfield, Dayton, Toledo, Cincin
nati, Indianapolis, Louisville, St. Louis, and Detroit,
closes daily (Sunday excepted) at-8 o'clock p. m.
A through mall to Xenla, Springfield and Cincinnati
elose daily (Sundays excepted) at 10 o'clock a. m.
Urbana, Piqua, 'iiflin and Union City mall closes dally
(nundays excepted) at 0 o cioca p. m.
Lancaster, Logan, Netwnvill, Oirclerllle, Ohllllcothe,
Portsmouth, Washington 0. II-, Athena, Marietta and
Ilillshoroush mails close daily (Sundays excepted) at 8
clock p.m.
Kast Way Mall by National Road to Zaneivllle closes
daily (Sundays excepted) at 12 o'clock m.
HarrliburgU Mull close dally (Sundays excepted) at!
o'clock p. tu.
Mt. Veruun Mall, by way of Weaterville and Sunbnry,
closes daily (Sundays excepted) at 8 o'clock p. m.
Dublin Mail closes daily(duuUay exoeptedjat 2 o'clock
p m.
Lancasler Way Mail cloie dally (Sundayi excepted) al
o'clock p. m.
ARRIVALS.
Malls from New York, Boiton, Philadelphia, Buffalo,
Albany, L'ltisburgh, Cleveland, Dayton, Toledo, Xenla,
Detroit, Springfield, Cincinnati, Chlllicothe, St. Loull,
and all Southern cities, arrive between the honri of 9
o'clock p- m. and 4 o'clock a. m.
Mails from Indianapolis, Chicago and Dubuque arrive
at 3:40 a.m.
Mails from Washington City, Baltimore, Wheeling,
Zanesvllle, Newark, Steulienvtlle, Mt. Vernon, and ths
0. 0. R. R. Way Mail, arrive at 13 o'clock m.
Way Mail from Cincinnati arrive! at 3 o'clock p. m.
Lancaster Mail arrives at 9 o'clock p. m.
iiaat Way Mail over the National Koad arrive at II
o'clock a. m. .
Mt. Vernon Way Mall arrive at 11:00 a. m.
Mall from Dublin arrives at l'i o'clock m. '
Urbana Way Mall arrive at 9 o'clock p. m.
Harrtaburgh Mail arrives at 11 o'clock a. m. 1.
Lancasler Way Mail arrives at 13 o'clock m-
Olllce delivery open every diy (except Sunday) from
7 o'clock a. in. tos o'clock p. m. Open on Sunday
from 7a to 0 o'clock In the morning, and from 8 to 0
o'clock In the evening.
JOHN GRAHAM, P. M.
LOCAL MATTERS.
N A Chance for Printers.
A Democratic newspaper, recently atarled, with a cir
culation of S00 copica, la offered for aale at the low price
cf four hundred dollart eath. It la printed In a
flourishing county, and has part of the county printing,
and ill circulation can easily be raised to 800. The ma
terial of tie cilice coat, two yean ago, 9800. Chi I a
good opening for a practical printer. Addrei Editor
Statesman, Columbus, Ohio, for further particulars.
octl7-IC
An Incident. Sitting musingly in oar office,
last evctiing, sadly in wnnt of a fresh boat
iiem, our "brown stud)" was suddenly Inter
rupted by the apparition of a familiar faoe.
Our friend looked (O entiling, that we Inquired
whit "streik of good luck" bo bad lately en
countered." "Why, this morning," said he, "I stepped to
a carriage to speak to a lady acquaintance from
the country, and fuund her surrounded by bun
dles of dry goods, which she opened, exhibiting
shawls, dress patterns, etc, for the girJs, and
cloth for cotta, vesting, etc., for the boys. She
kept me a full half hour, expatiating with true
feminine volubility upon the quality and price
of the pools, and the fine bargains abe had
made.
" 'And where, Aladam,' said I, 'did yon ob
tain fuoh rare bargains?'
." 'At Ilr-ADLT, Ebirlv & Ricbards's,' she re
sponded, glancing at her acquisitions with evi
dent heart-felt satisfaction.
"Leaving 1 he carriage, I encountered a gen
tleman, an old acquaintance, who held me by
ths button to dilate upon some purchases for
winter clothing ho bad made this morning.
Mrs. , who is a good judge In such mat
ters, had assured him that he had never done
so well bofore In his life. 'And where,' said
I auxiously, 'did jou meet with such a chance,
in these hard times?' 'At Hiadlt, Edirlt &
Richards's,' returned be."
"This scene," continued our friend, "to out
a long story short, was repeated in the course
of tho forenoon three several times. At last,
1 concluded to go and try Hssdlt, Eicb.lt ii
Richard myaolf."
"A very sensible conclusion," said we,
thoughtfully.
"I found it so," replied our friend, exulting
ly, "and I advise yotrto do likewise." ,"
Thi Webb Sisters at Armort Hall. Toe
Wins sisters were greeted with a full house
last evening. The performances, for their va
riety and excellence, were exquisite. The sing,
log was capital. Every one admired the grace,
ease and naturalnesn with which the young la
dies passed from one character to another, rep.
resenting each to tho life, and elioltlng from the
audience spontaneous applause and merriment.
It would be difficult to devise a more chaste,
pleasant and amusing entertainment.
The sisters perform again to-night at Armory
Hall. We trust their efforts to please and
amuse will, be duly appreciated, and the Hall
crowded again this evening. It will be prudent
in those desiring convenient seats to secure
them early.
Missionary Anniversary. The anniversary
of the Missionary 8oolety of the Christian
(Campbellite) Church commenced at Cincinnati
un Tuesday evening. Addresses were made by
soveral different Elders. The principal one
was delivered by Elder Alixandu Campbell,
Trestdent of the Society! the most widely known
and influential minister in the connection. He
is now more than seventy years ot age, and
spoke with -spirit and energy for one who has
devoted so many yoars to active labors.' '
The session of the Society was continued
jeeterday. . . . . .'
. Ths Seventh. The Seventh Ohio Regiment,
Col. Tiler, which has been recently at Gauley,
has moved to Charleston. CoK Tyler succeeds
Col. J. V. Go-rain, of the First Kentucky, si
commander of the post at the latter place. ;'-'
D Up to Tuesday noon, the subscriptions In
Zineeville to the National Loan amountei to
$58,000. -
"HOOT HOG OR DIE."
BY ALBERT R. HARDY, OF THE THIRD REGIMENT O. U. S. A.
I will tell yon of a itory that not hsppenad-long ago,
About ths Third Regiment, when from Ohio they did go J
They went late Virginia; I will sot tell you the reason
why,
To make the rebel get np and dust, or " root bog or
;dl.'
They tint met onr army on the top of Laurel mil,
And when it cam to lighting, I guei (hey got their All
The Inllana boys chased them off ! I will tell you the
reaion why,- .
Cauie General Boseoraoa mad thu slDf '.' root hog or
an.--
x
Then on Rich Mountain the rebels they did go, -
And there thiy expelled to make quite a show; . ,
But when oar forces met them, yon ought to have teen
them fly, - ". ' -
For General McClellan made them .ling " root hog or
dio."
Then on Cheat Mountain Ibe rehela the' did go,
And then they expected to make another ihow; '
But when they beard we were coming they all began to
cry,'" '
Baying our men always made (him ling " root hog er
di."
How, Jeff. Davli baa been kicking up a fuse,
Re bad batter keep quiet, or he will aurely make a noise;
We are bound to make them cotnpromiu, I will tell yon
the reason Why, -
for General Bcott will make them ling "root hog or
die."
O To believe a business impossible is the
way to make it so. How many feasible projects
have miscarried through despondency, and
been strangled in the birth by cowardly I mag
nations!. ,' . ,
Fashionable ,Revorh. Fanny Fern writes
in the Ledger that the day when it was consid
erod Interesting and ladylike to bo always ail
ing, bas gone by. Good health, fortunately, is
in fashion. A rosy check is no longer "vul
gar," and a fair, shapely allowance ol flash on
the bones, is considered the "style." A lan
guid eyer and a waxy, bloodless complexion
may go begging for admiration. The "elegant
stoop" in the shoulders, formerly, considered so
aristocratic has miraculously disappeared.
All this sounds fine. We hopo it bas the
merit of being true.
Contributions vox the Soldiers Tho fol
lowing articles were contributed, on Tuesday
last, for the benefit of the soldiers, by various
persons, as certified to by tho Quartermaster-
General: 207 woolen blankets, 349 pair woolen
socks, 79 pair woolen drawers, 71 woolen shirts,
39 (bed) oomforts, 39 (neck) comforts, 3 great
coats, 95 pair mittens, 6 pair wristlets, 1 oil
cloth blanket. . , .
O It is said that Major-General Botler ev
ery month deposits the amount f f his pay, on
account of the 7.30 treasury notes.
Winter is Near. We had yesterday an as
surance that winter is not far off. It was so
cold that warm clothing and warm fires'became
necessity. Tho sun is rapidly receding toward
his southern limit, and we shall soon have the
short days and long nights of December. Are
we all prepared for the winter of the year, and
the winter of life T
National Hotel. This House, under the
ansplces of Capt. II. Reynold;, has taken rank
among the first class hotels of the city, not
only in tbe management of its affairs, but in
its eapaoity to accommodate "bombers. Tbe
recent large addition to tbe boose, which was
rendered necessary by its increasing patronage,
is nearly finished and ready for guctts. In
passing through the bouse, we observed that
every apartment was newly and tastefully fin
ished. The sleeping rooms are commodious,
well ventilated, and seem to have been arrang
ed with special view to tbe comfort of lodgers.
The traveling publio will find the National a
model hotel In every respect, and its proprietor
one whose compeer . in tee management of a
publio house Is seldom met with. t
f
ST The attention of oar citizens is directed
to the great auction sale of $20,000 worth of
ry goods, by P. T. wood, of Rochester, N.Y.,
at No. SO Town street, Walcutt's building
comprising silks, French merinos, all kinds or
worsted dress goods, shawls, hosiery and flan
nels. Also, cloths, cassimeres, satinettseto.
Sale commences this evening, and continue
every day and evening until disposed of. U . G.
Frjstoe, auotioneor. Oat. 23 -8 1.
A CLEAR CASE.
It la a very clear ciae that poisonous drags ilcitroy
health. Impure la!ratns produosa dacajf teslh,
bronchitis, djiptpals, and fentral debility. It 1 also
dear that Pjl'Dlettlo Bslerstn Is par, vaoleiom
and effioitnt. Careful parsons nae do other. Depot,
145 Washington street, New York.. Bold' by grocers
everywhere.
E. M'COLLISTER,
Wholesale and Kctair Dealer In
TOBACCO, SNUFf fc CIGARS
No. 25 Fifth Street,
PIT StfURGH, Pa.
Keei '-ouatantlr on hand all the wa
jlane BKANlssi of
Ixn.oirto3. Oljyarai.
Oc. W-Jjd , .. ,v
' Master Commissioner's Sale.
Sale of Heal Ketat by order of Court.
W.M. Finch, )
va. npertor Conrt of Franklin County.
Johia Brown etal.)
IN pnrananos ot an order of tlio Superior Court or
ltrankltn county, Ohio, made at the May term thereof,
A. V. mi. In the above entitled action, there will be
ffeivd for aale, at publio auction, to the highest bidder,
on
Saturday, the 30th day of Nov , A. D. 1SG1,
at tVi hour of 10 o'clock A.M., at the door of the Court
Houm, in tho city of Ooluaibus, in said Vraiiklln couuty,
the following reel estate, to wit:
In-lot number SO of Kobsrt Noil's addition to tho oily
of Oolumbus, being- the north-mat corner of Lockwin
turnpike and Johnstown plank rosd.
Appraised at S 1,308.0. ,
Terms ol aal, oaah.
.... WAOKIl BWAYN1,
BpecUI Waster Commissioner.
8. at n. Chittenden, Atlys.
Printer's feea, SO.tiO. -
Oot. il. 1801-td
Master Commissioner's
Sale..
Clark Co.
: St oo. , )
v.
Kinney etal.)
Common rleis.
J oha M. Kinney
BT VIRIUI Of AH ORDBtt OF BALE TO Ml
dlreoted from the Court of Common Pleu of Frank.
ti la eonnry, Ohio, I will offer for l at the door of l$e
Monday, the 25th day of November, 1861,
a.toae o'clock, p. m.. the followlnt described ml m.
ta to, situate In the eonnty of Franklin and Stat of Ohio,
trswiti
Lot No. 8, subdivision of out-lot No. 39, lo tha city
Of OolumDua.. - ,
Appraised at 180O 00.
8. W. BDFFHAN, Sheriff,
' '' and. Muter Commlaaloner.
YrlnUr'afe,!! CO. '
' eetSiHa ' ' - ' ;
William : Xk,m cvixi
A G KICULTURAL WAREHOUSB
AndStxxi Store f
. s. . BSAUK HI
!GlNEtfAL':IlARDWARE
Cw.ias,rsstlet Vsslcvillsw Ware,
Stheraad knbbat Beltlsg, Iao Leather, Boas aas
sung. oi-tu
TELEGRAPHIC.
Reported for the Ohio Statesman.
LATEST FROM MISSOURI.
Further Particulars of the Battle at
Edwards's Ferry.
THE FREMONT IMBROGLIO.
Banks and Stone Marching
on Leesburg.
Arsenal and Cannon Foundry at
Memphis Burned.
From Washington.
Wabhingtom. Oct. 22 The Wit6hiDeton
Star's description of the fight at Edxardd's
Kerry, says bath wiogs were attacked as early
as 9 o'clock, A, M., but the enemy was repulsed
mU An en ka annoseerl At nKnuf fi tnf.(tr
P. M. the right wing lound Itself confronted
by near lour thousaud of the enemy, under
Gen. Evans, with artillery, Col. Baker gal
lantly essayed the charge. la which be was
killed. The offioer left in command Immediate
ly ordered tbe men to fall back near tbe river
bank, wbere tbev could be supported Dy uen
Stone and the portion of tbe army that bad at
that time eaected a crossing, i ne mea oooy-
od In good order, carrying off all the dead and
wounded. Ua reaching tbe position selected,
tbe right wing turned, though under the fire ol
the enemy, which gradually slackened until
midnight, when it ceased. Throughout tho
night the balauco of Gen. Stone's force croesed
the river and throw up temporary works, that
render his position secure and enable him to
protect the crossing ot tbe division of Gen,
Banks, to be essayed this morning.
i be obiect of General stone s movement was
to enable bis command, with General Btnks's
division, to be salely transferred to Virginia.
Evans attacked Gen. Hiker in kont and on
both flanks. Cel. Cogswell was probably token
prisoner.
Uur Information so far this mormus: is that
General Banks's army arrived at the Maryland
landing, Edward's Ferry, last night, and bavo
been croseiog the river securely since daylight.
[Tribune Dispatch.]
The repoit made by Adjutant General Thom
as of his recent examination into the admin
istration of the Department , of tho West by
General Fremont, was this morniog considered
in full Cabinet meeting.
vvitn tbe reluctance which hesitates to injure
a distinguished man and wound and disappoint
tbe friends whom a popular leader gathers in
his career, all the members of the Cabinet
slowly pronounced their judgment that tbe in
terest ot Missouri ana or tne union required
that General Fremont should be superseded io
his command by Major-General Hunter. The
order to this effect will be issued to-morrow.
The President wsa (trestle afflicted by tho
death of Col. Baker.
[Special to the Herald.]
The latest news to-night Is that tbe whole of
stone's column bad crossed tbe f otomao and is
In fall pursuit of tbe enemy, and that General
Banks bad reached tbe banks of the river and
would speedily follow and support Stone.
information received late to night from uen.
Stone's command announces that the fight
was a desperate one and that largo numbers
were killed on both sides. Although the ene
my was much stronger than Gen. Stone, ho was
falling back before tbe advance of our troops,
and would undoubtedly have been totilly routed
but for tbe fall of Col. Baker, which produced
a sudden confusion among our troops.
Gen. Gustavus W. Smith commanded the
rebels, and a private dispatch asserts that he
was shot from bis horse siid carried olT the
field.
Gen. Banks with his command Is now sup
porting Gen.Stono,and being a Major-Geueral,
is in lull commauil.
Gen. McClellan left for Gen. Btnk's head
quarters in the field this morning. .
It is a subjeot of regret that Colonel Baker
should bave engaged the enemy, when, accord
ing to report, be was ordered to make a recon
noissance only with strict Instructions "It at
tacked, to fall back aod not hzht." -
Col. Baker made bis will on Saturday last,
end deposited it with Lol. Webb, and when be
left for tbe field be said to the latter, "I shall
participate In battle in forty-eight hours. If I
fall, 1 request that you tike charge of my
body."
An effort is makioa to supersede General Mc
Clellan with General Halieck, who is on his
way here from California. 'This change would
create a new revolution in military circles,
whore the greatest confidence is entertained la
Geo. McClellan.
Col. Geary reports that the four men who
were killed at the battle of Bolivar Heights,
werealterwards charged upon by the cavalry and
atabbsd through the body, stripped of all their
olothing, not excepting shoes and stockings, and
left in perfect nudity: one was laid out in tbe
form of a crucifixion, with his bands spread and
cut the with a dull knile.
a
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[Times' Dispatch.]
At tho Cabinet meeting to-day it was decid
ed not to interfere for the present with Gen.
fremont and bis command.
Judge Divis, of Illinois, was commissioned lo
take testimony in relerence to contracts made
in the Western Department, and all bills that
be passes will be paid.
Trustworthy information received this morn
ing from Fairfax Court House states that only
tbe rebel pickets are present at that plaoe. A
small force, however, is stationed at German
town, a mile and a half distant.
[Special to the Post.]
Wishinoton, stoppage
of navigation on the Potomao baa produced a
commotion among shipping at Mat hi as Point,
and their fate is yet uncertain. It Is believed the
Government will speedily take effective meas
ures lor clearing awsy ths obstacles, to permit
tbe free passage of vessels In the river there.
General Halieck Is now on bis way to Wash
ington from California. It is reported that he
a ill be assigned a nign command in tne army
immediately on his arrival.
Gen. Scott's health Is much impaired. Ad
vanced age and severe bodily infirmities begin
to tell upon bim.
Tbe funeral of Col. Baker will lako place in
this city to-morrow. Great preparations are
making lor tbe obsequies.
Tbe Treasury uepartment bas allowed an old
claim of the National Intelligencer, amounting
to ten tnoosano ooiurs. ' it is tbe same that
Secretary Dix rejected.
Tbe Harriet Lane went down the river again
last evening. . ' .
Yesterday afternoon tbs tug futen brought
up to the navy yard the schooner Hugh Jenkins,
which was disabled ana sudk oy a collision.
Tbe gunboat Yankee run tbe blockade day
before yesterday, and brought to the Harriet
Lane the news in relation to tne new batteries
at Mathias Point. Tbs Union, tbe Ice boat,
and the Satellite, are between Mathias and
ShlDolne Point batteries.
There is a seoret cnannei near too Maryland
shore that Is navigable for vessels- drawing
eight feet of water. Several of tbs vessels
which bave run tne Diocnao, came vj tuts
route and escaped notice. ' , '
[Special to the Post.] [Special to the Advertiser.]
It is raining steadily here. The Potomao is
raising, and mil It try operations are necessarily
suspended. .
[To the Associated Press.]
Reliable Information from Virginia confirms
the story of discontent snd murmuring, not only
la the camps, but among all classes, at the
management of affairs by the so-called South
ern udvernment, wnica snojeot them to contin
ual sacrifices and privation, and brstows no rd
vantages In return. i ., i ... , ,t .
, ,lt Is believed that bnt for theoverawlne ore
eooeoMhe Bootbern army, Eastern' Virginia
wouia now oe reaay is return to loyalty many
evidences ot welcome are disDlavad b the In
habitants of Loudon county towards the newly
arrived troops Of General Banks. Is ta weft
understood her that the reports of Intended
interference- .with our blockade bv European
powers are for the most part ths Invention Jf
cotton speculators,
News from Missouri.
Rolla, Oct. 23. Lieut. Klrby and fifteen men
of Major Wright's battalion, had another fight
with firty five rebels, near Linn Creek, on the
kid, Ruling tire of them ana wounaing aDout
a dozen. '
The result of Maior VVrlcht'i march froiu Rol
l to Linn Crtex on be summed up as follows:
inrce euceepeiul ingots, in wnicn sixiy-cigni
rebels were killod and tbe same number wound
ed, slizhtv-seven nrisoners taken, and twenty-
three guns, fifteen horses, several yoke of oxen,
wagons and many other articles.
Piico'a armv woe at Greenfield last Wednes
day still headed South.
Keoorts fioin Snrinefield say Get). MuUnUe,
of the rebel foroes, bas resigned and is on bis
way to that place, to disband his division sua
return home.
Col. Taylor, in couimaud of tho rebel forces
at Springfield, recently issued a proclamation
deoiarinc that all Union men who had belonged
to the Home Guards would be required to leave
the country or go into the Soutnern army tor
tbe samo length of time they bad served iu tbe
Federal army; and requiring a p.ledgo from tbe
union mea now there lor tne exemplary con
duct of their friends who are absent irom borne.
The croclnm&tiun also orobibits the oarrying ol
any more slaves South, as such a course is cal
culated to lessen the confidence of tbe people
la the ability of the Southern army to sustain
itscu in AiiBdoun.
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News from Missouri. General Stone and Banks Advancing
on Leesburg With Fifty Thousand
Men.
New York. Oct. 23. Dispatches lo Phila
delphia Enquirer say the regiment of ' Col.
Maker, together with those engaged witn it, are
said to have Inst two budred In killed and
wounded In tho late action. . Col. Biker, It is
said, was a prominent mark for the enemy's
bullets. He was sttuek by a bill in tho heart,
foor in various parts of the body, and three in
the head. Coli E titer, when he w im killed,
was on horseback, and dressed in full uiforw.
It Is said that one hundred Mi36iisippi rifU-s
were aimed at hi in when bo lell.
A telegraph (jirr.tea from General McClcl-
un's bcadquarU-i is said to bare been received
at tlio War Ollice n. two o'clock this (Tuesday)
alteruoun, staling that Leesburg would be tak
en iuau Lour. Tiiero bas been sharp fighting in
that neighborhood all the morniog. It was
also reported that Generals Stone and Kinks
had croKscd tbo Potom&o end were advancing
with fifty thousand men on Leesburcr.
Tbe Washington Star ol tho vil, says tbe
expedition from Annapolis sailed yesterday.
In addition to the troops from Annapolis we
learn that quite as ruauy more will joiu the ex
pedition at Old Point, having been quietly
shipped for this end irom New York, boston
and elsewhere.
A letter to the Democrltio Stato Committee,
signed by all the Democratic candidates aud
State officers, Is in favor of vigorously sustain
ing the Government in Its present struggle to
maintain tbe Constitution, laws and Union at
all hazards and at any cost of blood and trcas
mc. '
at
and
at
Killed and Wounded at Edward's
Ferry.
Philadelphia, Oct. 22. Information receiv
ed here by privato letters estimate tho lues in
killed and wounded at Edwards's Ferry at one
hundred and seventy-five.
The main portion ot bicklos'e brigade is now
opposite the Confederate batteries, and it is
said are preparing to acton tho cfi'ensive against
the batteries.
at
The Pirate Sumter.
New Votik, Oct. 23. The North Star brings
tho old officers and crew of the sloop cf war
Lancaster and one million of ti ensure.
New Grenada, exceptiog the states of Couca,
Antioque and Santonrlor, are now in arms
against Mosquera.
The Panauia Star has received intelligence
by a British steamer from St. Thomas that the
pirate Sumler i Et-.ll cruising ainong the witid
ward Hands.
I
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New Yok, Oct. 23 Tho Commercial learns
tUt nn English gentleman who applied to Ben
jimin, rebel Secretary ot State, lor a pass to
the North, was told by him that Mason and Sli
de! I had gone to Europe via Tampico, Vera
Cruz and Ifavsnna, and that the steamer Nash
ville bas not left Charleston.
The steamer North Star, from Aspinwsll, Is
coming up.
Private Rome, of tbe Massachusetts 1st,
wounded at Bull Run and taken to Richmond,
has arrived hero. His account of tbe treatment
of prisoners there Is interesting. He says the
only Northern paper in Richraind is the New
York Herald, regularly received tlio second
day after Its publication.
to
From Fortress Monroe.
Fort Monro, Oct. 22. Gen. Sherman ar
rived here to-day, on the Atlantic. Tbere was
slight sffair at Newport News yesterday, but
terminated with slight If ds on either side. .'
Calais, Ms . Oct. 23 The shock of an
earthquake was distinctly felt here at firo min
utes past eight o clock this mornin; .
for
said
PHiLsbELrHU, Oct. 23, Messengers from
Washington this forenoon, report that the de
pression caused by tho death ot Col. Biker has
already disappeared, it being realized that the
movement on Monday was an entire success.
None of tbo military movements are Known
there, but entire ennfideoco is felt in the sue
cees of Gen. McClellan's operations. -
may
for
Death of Col. Ryan.
Hamilton, 0., Oct. S3. Col. Ryan, of the
50;h Ohio regiment, died to day at one o'clock.
He was taken sick on Sunday with apoplexy.
tic
of
From Cairo.
Cairi, III , Oct. 23 Gentlemen who ar
rived at Paducah from Memphis, report thtt
tbo arsenal and caouon foundry at that place was
entirely destroyed by fire a few days since.
It is reported that a portion of tbe lorces at
Columbus, Ky-i under; Polk, were sent to New
Orleans and Mobile. Only sixteen hundred
repels are now at Columbus.
lira
B.
and
day
St. Louis, Oct. 23 Investigation into tbe
atl'airs of tbo Millers and Manufacturers' In
surance Company of this city reveals tho cm-
bexelement ot Su.uuu by John W. (Jlark, sec
retary of the Company,
From San Francisco.
Great Salt Labs City, Oct. 22. The
Pony Express passed east to day from San
traucnco me linn, r. m.
Calculating men say It will cost one hundred
million dollars to accomplish under Fremont
what might be accomplished for ten million
dollars uudcr a prudent and sagacious Major-
lion era I.
Orders have been issued for the transfer of
fivn eomnanles of Colonel Linnett'a Regiment
of infantry under command of Major Curtlss,
aud five oompanles infantry ot uoiouei juaart'a
Kegiment, to reinforoe the various posts in ur-
egon.
The ditlioulties between tne rrencu uommu-
siouer and the Haytian government have been
referred to Napoleon for settlement, and the
French man-of war Galathe, not being any
longer wanted to menace Honolulu, bad sailed
for San Francleco. .
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the
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Master Commissioner's Sale.
James Clark et al. )
va.
Comtioa Pica.
Daniel Decker etal.)
1-lV VIRTTJH Of AN ORDER OF SALE TO MS
XJ directed, from the Conrt of Common Pleas of Frank
lin county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door ot the
Court Uduae in the city or columbu, en
Saturday, the lGth day of November, A. D
atone o'clock F. M., the following1 described real estate
altoateln Ui county of Franklin and State of Ohio, to
-
A aart of In-lot No. S39. la the eltr of Columboa. be
ginning at a point on the South line of Gay street and
the North line of said lot, 03 feet B tnohe West from the
Northeast oorner of said lot! running tnenca Weit on
the tald North line er mm lot m tees and 1 Incnett
toe Doe South 6'i feel and 0 Inches to the South line or said
lot: thane Bw with ald line ta feat andO Inched
thence Norm o wet ana o incne to ine puce or begin
ning helna th Weat Salt 01 said lo-lol Ho fill), leas 31
featanu9 locnea, nereioiorv cvnTeeii vj tne Trustees oi
tha First Oolored Baptist Ohireh of Oolumbus by Fan
nel Pike, by deed dated Ftb'y 3d, 1841. being the mm
Wndi ordered to be aonrwyee u aforasatS to Jam Clark
and Sarah el. Bailey, heir ol eamuoi VUUk, aeo'4, ,
Appraised at $1K)0 00.
, ' " ; JS0MJ1 W. BTTf f M At, Aherltr.'
'.. 1. ' aud Msster Oommiatloner.'-'
Prinfai's tie $" 00.
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to
i
COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
New York Market.
[REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, Oct. 23
FLOUR May hi quote s ih&de flroier. with in
creased ripmainl fur exo . i a"fl home eoiituipption
ales of 3'.I,0U Mill nt SS ll'ISi'Jil f .r rejeoted; $5 30
40 for i'ji - I t stale J j Jii'a i iu lor auperlloa west
ern; 5 50 " r, BO fir eomm,m to medium extra areitenr,
S5 605 Oil for ihipl'iuK braoili extra roui.il hoop Ohio;
anil SS 006 00 for IraOe brand, do, the market cIcsicK
quite firm. Inoiailea in uie sales are JJW nom or snie
fliur. dHlveriMo in all November, nt S C58.i ly.
Canada flour is a shade better, with a fair il'axir.ilt
sal's of tMObblsat S5Htia So ror supers no, una 55 J: a
70 for common toolioice extra Hye t) ur qnni aid
ati-ady: salta of 15S bole at WS mm 1U'
lloUN MKAL Qulel aod nominally anchanaed.
WI1IHKV Knser: isle WW hbl at aikfaSlo.
WHEAT la ) 5;.'c better, wl:h piod export Inquiry
for Knglun4 and moderate Vreneh demand; sale, of
33,000 bUhhIaChl0BROSpHnfr at S 11 SI; 2i),0U0do
Racine spring at St 19561 S3; 42,000 do Mllmnkee
club ate I liOail 'ii; ri'J.UUU oo amoer lowa ai iiuis
i!S; 11 500 do red stale at SI SNt 31; 56 000 do win
ter re vairern at SI Swat 33: 50d do red Kentuokv at
fl 30; 40 500 do amlwr Michigan at 01 3ll 85; 501-0
white atate at $1 33; ffiOO do white Michigan at 81 39
S'l 4,1; 17 600 do white Kentucky at mwi m.
RYK Woirce and 11 no; isles 1000 bush atate at 7Po.
II ARLCY Without deolded change; sales of 57,000
bnsh Canada at 7 lo.
CORN Fair demand for export and home eonsnmn
Hon, without deolded change In prioe; Bale ot K 10,000
huahela at 5758o for Inferior mixed weatern; 59C0e
for good to prime shipping do; SUfto for choice do; tile
ror western jellow,
u Tt scarce ami very urm at su.o ror ganoaa,
42i!43o for atate.
rOIlK Firmer. There I, only moderate bualneaa do
sales 670 hbls at $15 50 s; 15 75 for mess; 18 SO
for clear, and SO 7310 00 tor prim.
BKKK Dull and unchanged; aaleeoMOO Mill at $4 00
4 50 for prime; S5 00 5 50 for mesa; $091185 for re.
packed meis; $li 7513 50 for extra mesa; prime men
beef Inaclve.
RKRV HAMS Inactive.
VUl. UtltA L O ;umif D 1.1 111 !.. I. . .w.
annniders ana J,'i'aiiic ror nama.
UAIlilN Dull anil noinlua r unciiangeii.
LAHD-Dnll and prices unchanged; sale of 800 bhlt
8tcoc.
BUTTlSit Selliugat 8llo fur Ohio; at,! l'Ji16o
lorsia'e.
C'lllitsE-SlejJy at 53i7d
I
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, Oct. 23.
FLOUR The flour market was to- quiet.
$4 0 wa regarded ea ths outi'do flynre for aaper
Bno. If roiu tbts to t1 ov rang prices tor extra una
family-
tVHKAT Ilaa about relapseil. frcm tha adranr
achieved during the week, to the figure current last
Tuesday. We now quote red at PUar;7e for ordinary
prime. White at fSSOjj, lor low grndee to
choice.
CORN TIaa a fair market at 30c,
OATS Have declined Irregularly from 111 the max
imum daring the week to 27c. Sales were made to-day
S0,ic, and the tendency of the market la toward a
further decline, though -vj la atlll maintained ai the
aekinar figure. .
Ii IK I in soma demand at Jfc; ivopcr Dumei
higher is aked.
BARLEY Sella In a small way and from wagona at
4550o.
VI1I3KT-Went ikwly.to-dny at lljfe.
. Cummtrclal.
Cleveland Market
CLEVELAND, Oct. 22.
FLOUR Quiet and unchanged.
Wll KAT Market heavy with only a few trifling sales
$1 (or red and 1 03 for whit on track.
CORN Sales of 3 cue at 34o on track.
OATS-Sales of 3 cars at 85c.
IliaUWINKS-Sale of 3u bb!i at IGVc, and 50 do
lOo
rORK-8aleat $13.
BETTER Sale of 14 ktgs lood at :.and flrklna
common at 7o.
KQGi-Firmat l 'c
Ltader.
Sheriff's Sale
Tt'o. W. IlkhiiJs, Qdn.)
va.
Jacob Flodt.
Common Flea,,
I)T virtue of an order nf aale to me dlracteJ, from the
) Oonrtof Common Pleas of franklin countr, Ohio,
will offer for ule at the door of the Conrt Ilouie, in
thecily ol Oolurabn,
Oo'Salurday, November ICth, A. D. 18C1,
1 o'clock, P. M., tho following described real citato,
wit:
Lo-a three (3), twenty-three (S3), nineteen (19), fifty
one (51), and tuty-flve 155), In the town of Rome, Prai
rie township, In the county of ,'rankliu, and State of
Ohio. Alao, 40 acres, more or less, which said Jacob
Flodt bought of John W. Dakar.
Appraised at Lot No.
;), s vo.uu
30 00
it),
" 51,
" 55,
40 acres at
o. w
850 00
SO 00
kO 00
SB 00 per acre.
HUFFMAN, Sheriff.
Tly Ko. DiVia, Depuiy.
Printcr'efecs $6 CO.
ooill-td'
Notice.
August Amanda Arnholli
Lewi Arnholt. )
THE DKFKNDANT, LEWIS All.
holt, Is noliled that the plaintiff, Augusts A. Am
holt, on the 5th day ot October, A. D. 1861, Hied In the
office ot tbeOlerk of the Court of Common Plea of
Franklin county, Ohio, her petition for a divorce for two
oautea: 1. That the defendant Lewis is In prison In the
Missouri penitentiary, under conviction and aentence
crime in violating He law of laid State. 3. That the
Lewie I and for the last thru year and more has
been guilty of gross negleot ol duty, a buaband ot said
petitioner, In neglecting to provide aubsls'enca for the
petitioner aod child. Prayer That tbe said petitioner
be divorced, and have the cuatody ot tbs child Fer
dinand, mentioned In the petition, and general prayer
equity.
U. W. WABBUN,
Att'y for petitioner.
octlO-wOw.
In
NOTICE.
NICnor.AS nARRINOTON and DELILAn HAR
RINGTON. In the State of Kansas, will take no-
that Robert Uurna Griflin did, on the 18th day of
May, A. 1). leul, rile Hi petition in tbe superior Court
Franklin county, Ohio, against the said Nicholas liar
rlngton, Delilah Harrington, Peter Harrington, and
aetting forth, that the (aid Nichola and Delilah
Harrington executed a mortgage to tha said R. B. Grit
On on lots Nos. 42 and 43 la the town of Alton, Frank-
county, Ohio, to secure. the payment of a note exe
cuted by said Nicholas and Peter llarrlnetnn to aald R.
UriCin, on the Oth day of January, IKS'.), for $306 30,
payable two year after date, and praying that said mort
gage may be forecloaed, the mortgaged promises sold,
the proceeds applied to the pas inent of the aald In
debtedness. Bald Nichola and Delilah Harrington are
notified that they are required to appear and answer
petition on or before the 3d Saturday alter the 2d
oi December, A. D, 18C1.
, WAKUKN et DKKBEti,
Att'ya for R. B. Urittin.
Columbus, 0 , Oct. 19, 'fil 0wwv8ddoc)
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Baldwin's adm'n
vs. Court of Common Fleas.
Richard SnowJen etal.) ,
V VtllTCE OF AN ORDF.lt OF SALE
J to me directed from the Court of Common Plea of
Franklin County, Ohio, I will offer ror sal at the door
the Court House, in ths oity of Oolumbus, Ohio, on .
Saturday, the 21 day of November, A. D. 18C1,
one o'olork, P.M., ths following premises, situat to
City of Oolumbus, Franklin county, U., to wit:
tn-Lot No. im: also, lots rtoi. 14, 1 j, in, 17, in, r.i.
SI and 32, of enowden's subdivision of Out-Loti Not.
and 31 of said city.
Appiaiaedat Lot No. 305 $3 500 00
1-ots No. Hand 15, at $475 00 each.
" 16 and 17, at 500 00
11 "IB, 10, SOt lil, 475 00
' 8V, at 550 00.
0. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff
and Master Commissioner.
Printer's feM 5,95. . .
cpSOulwtd.
Legal Notice.
Oharlcs Heath, Plaintiff,
against
William T. Jennings, Benjamin
Court of Common
. Pleaa, Franklin Oo.
Ohio.
F. Robinson ana James 1.
Pettui, Defendanta, partner
doing business under the firm
nama of W. I. Jennings,
Pettui et Co.
rTUin IEFESIiArTJ WIXI, TAKE
A notice ttat the plaintiff, Charles Heath, did, on ths
lilih day er uctoner, A. u. 1001, ui nis petition la the
Oiark'a office of tha Court ot Common Plea in said
sounty of Franklin. The prayer and object ot which la
recover of uie sain aerenaants ue aum 01 alx bundred
and aeventytwo 35-100 dollar, oa a promissory not
executed by said iefendanta on tha ldtb, day of Novem
ber, A. D. 1857, In their Arm nam, due anil pajab'.e tlx
monthi after date.
Defendantl will take notice that they are required to
anawer said petition on trt keth day 01 November, A. v
11. or aald petition will be taken at true, ana juug
meat rendered accordingly, , -
m nur rees,fu
. jobr m. nan,
...... .Attorney for Plaintiff.
oeiio ti. - j . . 1 .
--
Notice.
i'i.l, ViIRSOKS ARE HEREBY NO
JX TiriKD that my wife. MAHI ANN, ea th Mih
dayot September, A. B. left my wed and near
Without J ust cause or provocation, and I hereby give ao
tloe that a will lot no responiuue 10s maj acuta wa-
traotad by her. y
oolB-Sw . JOHN X.0QAN.
MILLIONS OF MONEY
For an Inch of Time!
WAS ONCE THE EXCLAMATION OF
a tlvlns Queen. That Inth nt tlm ..an Km t,ru.n-.
ed at a much cheaper rate, and many long year of
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
enjoyed hy consulting Dr. MERRTWEATHIR, who
curing tbe moat ob.tlnate and long standing diieare
of tbe LflNOs, IIBRT. f.tVRR. KIDNBTS, BLAD.
DKR. 8TOMA0U RUKUMATIHM D18MA8I8 PKCO.
UAil TO FK11AI,KS, BKIN DI81A8KS, AMD ALL
AFFBCriONS OF 1111 hltB AND UaU.
- facte are Kltibbern Tblngat
Hear what the Phlladelnhla earreanoiutent In ih.
"Oommot, wealth," Wilmington, Delaware, Sib of April,
"An Kngllih gentleman, formerly connecter! with the
Rrillsh Army, and who itylee himself the 'Indian
UnUnio Physician haa of late gained an aitenslv repu
tation here by his skill in enrlne all manner of run
plaints. Home of hie patients 1 have conversed wlih,
and they pronounce his remedies and mode of treatment
a very superior. Bome have been restored as II by
magic. The medicine be use is distilled by himself
from various herbs possessing rare curative properties.
"Vrbilo acting in tne army he devoted his leisure mo
ments to a thorough study of the electa nrodueed h
certain medicinal ruota and herbs on all manner of dti.
eases. It seem he ha found a sura and speedy reme
dy for all the 'ills that flesh Is heir to.' ilia practice Is
airi-auy extensive ana 1 aauy increasing. Iu tbe com
plain 1 to which Female are lublected. he ha no eoual
as a large number here have teititled that they owe not
only ineir present grod health, but their lives, to the
saiuor imsinaiun uoi&nic rnyslolau."
.OJSce 37 East State Street, Columbus.
auKl7-(13ia
Elegant lace Mantillas,
XSLISaT cf3 SON,
No. 29 South BLighBt.,
HAVE Just opened an Invoice of very large and
handacm
pusher, french, and chantilla
lace mantillas and pointe3.
Wide' French Laces for Shawls.
Very Deep Freneh Flounciog Laces.
Real Thread, French, Chaotllla & Geocvose
VEILS.
Valenciennes, Point de Gaze, Brussola
and Thread Laeet and Collar$,
VALENCIENNE3 TRIMMED H'DKFS,
MALTESE LACE COLLARS & SETS,
LINEN COLLARS & CUFFS,
la new Shapes,
PAPER COLLARS & CUFFS,
For traveling
PRICES XJUTJSTJAIiXV XsOW.
Traveling Dress Goods.
MOZAMBIQUE8, POPLINS, BnXPIIKRD'fl ijHa'CKS
PILES, FOIL DB CHEVBE3,
LAVELLA3, TtUOCni VALENCIA3. ate. to.
The best and most fkthtonabfo styles In tha city,
A.T VERY LO"W PRICKS.
BAIN at BON,
..1 '.'J South High Street.
EXTRAOHOIWARV BAHGAINS
BATN & SONi
S0. 29 SOUTH HIGH BTEEXT,
ARK NOW OFFERING
1,000 yard) Baner Plain Slack Bilks at 1 OO -value
91 2i per yard.
2500 yards Traveling Dreas and Uantla Qoods
12 12 cent value 20 cen'J per yard.
3?000 yard White BrlUlante at 12 1-2 cent
value 20 cent per jard.
3,000 yard Fine and Domeatlc Ulngham greatly co
der value.
-ALSU:-
LARGE AND DESIRABLE LOTH OP
MOZAKBIQUES. BALZORUTIS,;
CBALLI8, rOTJlAED 811X9,
ENGLISH BAEEQES, liVEtliS,
LAWKS, CAIIC0E3, F0FLIN8,
AUD ALL OTHER
New and Fashionable Drewa Oooxl
Uie most Jcslrable styles ami at very loeis prlcr.
3M 3NT Till Hm A. S Z
Of all materials, made lo the most ityllih manner aflsi
tha latest Pari Fashion ine most elegant ityle
tbs city.
OA1N V SOX,
may 30 fto. 89 South High street.
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE.
Steam Between Ireland and America
NEW YORK, BOSTON AND GALWAYi
The following new and mairnlflcent flrt-elspadilU
wheel Steamship compete Uie above line:
ADRIATIC, 5,888 ton burthen, Capt, J.Mao
(Formerly of Jhe Collins Line.)
HIDERNIA, 4,U0tontbura.n,Capt. K. Paowaa.
CULUMUIA, 4.4(iO " h. laiTcu.
ANULIA, S,40O ." NiuakitMk
PACIflO, S.titK) " " " ' I. Santa.
PlllNCK ALBERT, (Screw.)
S.3U0 " " J. Wautia.
One of the above shin will leave New Tork or Boston
alternately every Tuesday fortnight, for ttalway, car
ry ine th government mail, touching at St. Johns,
N. If.
Tho Steamer of this Hot have been constructed with
Ui greatest oare, nnder tha supervialon of the govern
ment, have water-tight compartments, and are unexcel
led loronmfort, aafety and speed by any a teamen, afloat.
They are commanded by able and experienced officers,
and every exertion will bemad to promote the oomtort
of passenger.
An.experienced Burgeon attached tat each ship.
KATES F PASSAGE.
Flrat-clusN. Y. or liostou to Oalway or Liverpool 1100
Beoondolais, "
Pirat-claaa, " " to Ft John's 35
Thlrl-claas. " " to Oalway or Liverpool.
or any town In Ireland, on a Railway, - - - 31)
Thlrd-clata naeseniTOr at liberally supplied with pro
visions of the best quality, cooked and served by the ser
vant of tbe Company.
KETUKN TICKETS.
Parties wlihint to send for their friend from tha old
country can obtain tickets from any town on a railway, in
Ireland, or from the principal cities of JCngland and Boot-
land, al very low rates.
Paaaencer for New Tork. arriving by th Boiton
Steamers, will oe rorwamea 10 new nor a in 01 cuarg.
ror pasaaga or further Information, apn iy to
Wat U. WIOKUAM.
At tha offloa of ths Company, oa th wharf, foot of
Canal street. New sore.
HOWLAND Se ASPIH WALL, Agent. .
aprilUtsWa. '.'.., u .. ' 1
BAIN & SOU,
Uo. 29 South High Street, Coltunbos,
ARI NOW OFFERING.
S000 yard Xiavehn
Dress Goods at t), Vain
O0 yard. Traveling Dress Oood at MX, Talus 80 eta.
Win yards Enguan nerainsa ""
ltai) .arris French Organdie at MX, vain 80 oonta.
Smsj yard Fast Oolored Lawn at iu, vain IS mnt. -
lW) yards Voaura urea, bum i ts, ti tra sin.
U yards Super Plain Blsck Silk at (I 00. vain aitt.
Robes of Organdia Berage), and atngliah Be rag, at os
half their value. v . . - .
- ' vain at bub, f
M Soath High Street.
TTU-rvCr TJRFSS SILKS,
1 .FANCY URK3S BILKS,
1 FANCY DBKSS BILKS.
W ar now offering onr Immense atoek of Taney Dress
Bilk at price tea than eve betora effend la thlaelty.
Th attention ot tha ladies of tills oily and Vicinity w
slssllad, aa oar stock I very select and complete lo all
graeeaos snwoaist uua uaa. jroewvat., (
vnlti. 1, ,. , ,1 , , No. 89 South liUth strtat.
nonKCTs) ninnoNs tads, Alt 0
AJ RU0UK3, new tyie,jawapTisii oy t
BAIM BOX, .
aprtlS waaia lUah stn
mi T- . . . .a
iney go ivignr. to uie , epot
, ' ' -' ' .. .v ;.- ' ,
Instant Hellef f 5, '; Vtp ynr CwwRla
" j Parlff rur MrealU! , . ,. ,;
Ntrenartlsfin wour -Valaet '.
THROAT CONFECTIONS,
aat '.. '
t . .
OOOD FOR CLERGYMEN, ' '
GOOD FQR LECT0RER3,' ; ' '
' . - GOOD FOR PUBLIC SPEAKERS, '
300D FOR SINGERS, , ' 1,"
GOOD FOR CONSUMPTIV'ES.
' OKNTLEMES CAS IT ,
BPALDINO'S THROAT jDONFECTlONb .
i LADIES ABB DELIGHTED WITH '
SPALDING'3 THROAT CONFECTIONS.
CHILDRIH OR? POP. ,
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS.
Thoy relieve a Cough instantly.
They clear the Throat.
They give strength aod volume to the voice.
They Impart a delicious aroma to the breath
They are delightful to the taste.
They aro made of simplo herbs and eanoot
barm any one.
I aJvlie every on who has a Cough or a hiuity Voios
oraBadBreatn,oraoy dilBoulty of tha Throat, to gat
a package of mj Throat Confection; they will relieve
yon Instantly, and yon will agree with me that 'ihry
go right to th spot.1 Ton will flud them very usefu I
and pleamnt while traveling or attending publio meet
log for stilling yonr Oongh or allaying your thirst i f
you try on package, I am safi In saying that yon will
ever afterward consider them Indispensable.
Ton will Bu,l them at t o Druggist and Dealers in
Medicine.
PRICES
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
My aignatura is en each package. All other are
counterfeit.
A packag will be sent by mail, prepaid, 00 receipt o
Thirty Cent.
Address, .
Henry O. Spalding,
NO. 48 CEDAR STRICT,
NEW YORK.
CURE
.c$r CURE 0
NepvousHeadache
Si, .CURE 1
By tha ue of the PHI th pertodlo attacks of .Vrr
eota or Sldt Beadaehe may be prevented; and If taken
at the commencement of an attack Immediate rellet from
pain and slckne will be obtained .
They seldom fall la removing tha JV.iumu ui
acAs to which female ar so (abject.
They act gently npoa th bowel removing OnUi
For Literary Jfim, SutUnU, Delicate female
and all persons of asvfeftfary kriUtt, they ar valsa
u a LamaUx4, Improving the apptU, giving fosse
nger to th dlgeitlv organs, and restoring th uatnr
elasticity and strength of th whole yatem.
IO C1PHALIC PILLS ar tha result of long love,
ligation and carefully conducted experiments, having .
been In as many years, daring which Urn they hat ,
prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and so tree.
Ing from Headache, whether originating 10 the turtcu
system or from a deranged state of tha sfowocA .
They are entirely vegetable In their composition, an
may b taken at all times with perfect safety without
making any dung ot diet, ensot t4 oosvwce ot en
dlMgrmabk tart rtndtrt U evwy lo admnit tr Vum
thtidrm.
B1WARB OF COUNTS AFIITB I
fhe genuine hamflvaignataieof Boor 0 Spaldisg
on each Box.
Bold by Dmggjft and alt other Dealers In Medicine.
A Box will be at by mail, prepaid, on receipt of tb
3Flloo, C3 Oonta.
All orders shonld be addresnd ta
HE!tfHV C. KFALOUiU,
iSVedar Mteot, New tork.
From tha Kxamlner, Norfolk, Ts.
Oephallo Pill accomplish th object for whkik they
were mad, vi Oar of hsavlaoha In all It forais.
From th Xxamlner, Norfolk, Ta.
Ther hav keen tested In mors than a thouaad oasea
1th sntli saocoss.
From th Dtmoorat, St. Oload, Stlna. ...
If yon are, or bave been, troubled with tbe headache
send fur a box, (Oephallo PUIS,) so that yon may barva
than In cas of an attack.
. From th Advertiser, Providence, 1, L
Th Oephallo Pill ar aald too a remarkably effective .
remedy for th headache, and on of th very best for "
that very frequent oomplaint which has ver beta
eovcred.
From th Western R. R. Oaactte, Chicago, 111.
Wt heartily endorse Ur. Spaaldlng, and his unrivaled
Oephallo Pill.
Fro Kanawha Valley Btar, Kanawha, Ta.
We ar suns that parson sofferlni with th be dacha:
whs try them, will (tick ta tbta, ... , -.
From th Southern Path finder. Near Orleans, La.
Try them I yoa that are alBiated, and w ar mm that ,
your testimony oaa be ajlei 10 Us. already Banuuroas
list that has received bausfltathatno other saoJtciu tan .
product.
from the fit, Loul Dsmoorat,
The Itameiuo desnand lr th arOol ,0pilie Ptlla
la rapidly Increasing.
' Frosa th Oaaette, Davenport, tow, - "
- Mr. 8)lding would not eoonect hut nam wife aa ar-"
Ucs h did not bun so wusaaas real nsartt, .
TrjA sing! bottl of BFALDtftO'S PRIPARIO
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I
. SPALDING'S p"rEPARED QUUE I ' 1
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLDCt V
ATI (HI PltWlSI
KCONOMTl DUPATCUI
I lLr A STtTCSI ot nar eUTSss Buta.''m ., , g J
Aa aocldnt will happm va In wall rscalaled faai
Ilia. K Is vary Seal ran la ta kan auat ebeap and coal
venMnt way for rapatrmt Furnltara, Toy, 0 rookery -
gf AID INO'SPRIP ARID attmj
Mt all neb asaergenclea, and do hoowhcld can atferel '"
tobawithoatM.. It ssalways nad, and apto vhestkat ,.' ;
.,?- BMnrA in iTiiT nonsi."r
ft, S.wA araah aeeompanlaa anna aotlk. w . ,. .
nt. Address,
" ' " lle!WT O. CPALDttrJ, i-M
' i , 'i ; : No. Cedar Street, New TortV-, :
( .t t.-' . . . . x 1 i ..,
Ala srtala nprlaelpled person an) attesaptlnt
palm off on th aneaapeettng pablia, tmiutiou of na I
PUPARSD flUIst, 1 would oautlon all persona tot
asulos oeior pnrrnamne, ana m tn.t uie rail ritme,
rrBPALDItt'S PRKPARBDULUanrj '
bs am Ui. ooiaida wcstcbirl all oiaera ar. in.u,.,.
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