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TKBTDAY MORNINg, OCTOBEtC u,
A Great Battle.
.,natillnrlojBoaiaottiOi4l
Rlobmond" Me4
3 tiiwilwVlooklf.i
out for a gta e..
1 ."Ull K..i..1.t. VV
e. flenlnlve 01110 01 DaiM.
r ' -U..I... iV.lktl
- . .1. ,tn.l
eceuloa nerve ehall prove to be fully tlP"'
w true oueieper wltl be taj to, -
lYeTtiJ Ji. SilVl
ft BCAla. V- i-- . ,.1
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A nmn rm fiTM 100 Wire. ' '
n kwuv. - - ; . fMim
hUcommj.". W. UTonoldeowbat origiu-
tM eooh Yeportriolefe "Tf
..U .nk k VeDOrf. WDlMOIl Wrui --
otwmo men forjret btwo na M
. .t . o i f not sItIok thenv od.
ik. nnirl oo ce B u""""" "
nn ffet DO flre Pa wr - -o- -
u 6 i iL. afann
most bvo n opposing kwj w -
isl B4k 4sht. A UJUeo
brgsin, so In wur it takes least two to make
a battle." it- ' ""'"
We mai bear of great battlo toe nezi oour,
and that may bo touoweo. oj w""
'grealbattlee." roteioiy oero juj
kill b4 yuly mm UfcW aiuwaii - 7' -
become aocustomea 10, " -
to ooo iideand the other. If tue reoeia wu
notrUk a general engagement, au our 'i"
. . i . ,k.m and finht them
- us li to auw appw uin " '
in thimn'wM.
Either battle, ot kdrances into tne "'"17
rebeli won't eland nd fight, driro ttem oao,
k.io the Gulf. Let the onward mofement
k hnt not too 'elow. - "We hate made aomo
blonder: but it Is eaid.thew are all for the bet-1
lar, ai they have tiught our officers some great
. , vk.-..U. The oeoolo are disposed to put
..w .k. nm.ided it be shown that
7 ' v, J , nertKnc-. It is about time
hate piofited by tiperlnce. ".
now that some tuCBaemonsirauuu.
Tha ia with sums folks as mncn 1017 u otuj
too long In maaiog jrcpviu r
tint ondertaklug, ne taere is wa oio
Ine forward before tbey art properry prepared.
The country has wetted,, tor oor 8uu
mi" to move, with as much patience and cour-1
"teeT a earalier wait for hfly to erTangt
her toilet for a ride. 1 ne exouae v.
niahijg the telegraph and the papers wltn tne
news of a peat battle, ia the the tebela won't
fiirht in Uree naaesee,,, prewy cmiu
1 preat
one' "on our part! We shall, peer int,Oown
, the rebellion y aucb;a polisy. Tnaldaa of
iatarvtog or worrying the tebela aut by Uoekr
ada and other reetrlctlone npoa'tfada or Inter-,
course, Is, or ought to be well nigh exploded. ,
If tbtetieiTeftise-itan4and lettrs itoot
then down: y hundreds and theusamis, what
ramin for!mr Generals to'do. bnt to" advioce
through Virginia, Kentucky, and Missouri into
the territory proper if 1 Beeesda, with aomo
ahipg of,theeagcUyii4 1ri0.fitB','Vlr
tfAfoiaoV. -Wa have tha war fefel and U
aoldiert for such etterpilaes.'.Have waOt; or
can, e not have tbe commandeI(Unr.0v
they don't intend at present 10 auaca "
.ton, CinoinnaU ,f ;9t laiula-o BaVr we to
noereat battle." unless It be t defensive
United States District
Attorney Bail Requested.
Tbe Oipit9Li!y.faJ published at Colum
bus, Ohio, in an auvoie amrmiuK io .wu-w
of an order b tbU Slate of the Knight, ef the
Golden Oueio, eays: "w BaTucwx-..
eerwal weeks, on authority which we art opt at
-liberty to make pnblio, of the existence of
'Qroie'in tbi city Columbus, andiiamea
menbera have keen given o wu.,
mention or some or wnien wouia .
mnnlty.and c.uaeyai men to eha .their
4era t a tde attention of United
B-U to tha abore. nd
to eucaeat to. h U th proprurty C hv lag; the
editor ot tne xer Bro.g
Bwtes Grand Jury, now In Session In this eity,
and compel him to dlsctoaa what ha'knowa ol
the Cirole." The charge is a serious one, and
.k. n..na l,ir shnaM aui be nermitt4 to eep-
arate without an iuveiiglia oivjCineia
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Tha aacoad M0ik2 U 4b- 0 TtO f ODUah
ireaaon and other ferlmee.awed mttttState
Apriri!irth;'I86f; V6vldes:h.yn perion
" having knowledge or any treason asatwi mup
State or ihe United Stites, ahaH.wJJfuUy jmit
or relua ugtva-uiormauon inerav. w u.
Govama, ar aeaaa Judge ef thU State, or to the
PceelJejt at the United Statti, shall baf daaned
a-ulltv aa acoaesarUa to treasoni and, a cost-
viotlon thereof, shall ba impr)8one4 In tha pen
itentiary, M Urd'.labor,,nVtleea ithan tea nor
more than 1 Ueuty jaaia. tLf. t r..
Death of Col. Ryan.
A telegraphic diapatca, at aa mat evening;,
eommnnioatea melaneholy- Intel)! fence tbe
death of Colonel ihaI Ayaa, Hamilton,
Ohio. The event is Bculeaed among ear reg
ular dlapalohee.,i r o(Y illi'lJ
Colonel Ryan, at the time of his decease,
wu actively and sealooaly engaged In, organ
izing toe Fiftieth Ohio Volunteer Regimen,
with most tatterinaj-proepeeteOf kn-ejHy eon-(
snmmatioo of tha patriotio work We trust
that the euddea terminatiea. ai.bia aaraer wiii
. not bar tha effect to dletarv 4b 'pragreaa af
eniistmenta ami organisation ) He had long
beD a highly noboted citizen of Sailer bounty..
Ws'belisv that h wae " awtiv and to tha
maaot born "had held offleee af trust and re
eponsibilty, the duties of which, ha discharged
with fidelity wee lawyer of fair aapaaity, a
gentleman of the snoat wrbaae manner and
genial temperament, honorable In all his deal
ings, patriotic id, all hia impulse, an ardent
Butte' Bight Democrat, and, ell to all, a gen-tlemaaof
natur' snolo-Cii Enqwktr. '-- -
Taowtrw Akasas. TheOovarnorof Ar
kansu la in great trouble. : Tha eooUud
mm of a large smarter of itat officiate with
tbo Cniederat armj rotmbere ot too iegi-
lataret BherllTa, judges, etc. renders U almoet
Impoaolble, be aa;, aba the maohinwy af gov
ernment can b kept la motion and the lawe ex
ecuted. Id codequenbeef this Stat Of tblng.
tne Wovefnof aays on half of the offices of the
State are practically ,viMDt, and tht there i
nd anlhoiity io.law to aupply-th dnunnoy
Tata. iail ih matte, r caneina; tha oublie
lntrfcto uffe)fm1W7nd th reinbf
gotetnmeuiio, nang ousej, .Mlf ,v. -1 j
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ITT The Harrisbargh (P.) PHjpti Utoi
Jv. .J ("" -. S
m,NwYork rrttaas haibiadetlje aittgi-
lar discovery, that in -tha 'uaw,. 'snaylvasta
Huabf AprMttUim th 4lepwbHeaa'r
"PannlaV wir ttta -a' emall nalorlty."''!!
mild anxzl tha Tribune to Drove) this ear
tiou but fortyaevea Hepublicens ar Ieoted
to the Honse.lucMine U of that.Dirtv ejeot-
rdonUaH illUMlJ
The af f-Si.8ett Is rfWrt4 1 a
vett delieatwe'e of 'beahlf, a'rd Qyl'.e a war
tVr'To nervousueea' and the Atucricut pnpei-ty
Tha Parle eorMepondou to. the JUifi Star,
mentions that oue of b teu ui ; la "Mr.
KIckettKi better koown a AnnaCoe &low'tt"
Death of Col. Ryan. A Card.
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ICopit. at CloTolana. Id which Got. MidaM
IdUor of the Cmi.) were reproeeated u to.
1 i..,, f ik. .Had or BUM DMUQIUHIT
followed up his remarke tj worae aim
!l.troDglydenoonoliiglhchMg(MWMU'fr7
....f. - tki." -...! flt.,lnl mat 01
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I uted to him, as near ai could from reooneo-
I U0Blrial tht teatlafony iraa and' what raTfii
I ..tji i.hn" remarked. 1'the testlmonv amonnts
that I fbould
nulloe some .point of a, article
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Bpprlog U
(5rie of yesterday, and fcorrect' a mlsuader.
M-naiV and mv.elf. In .relation to the
pUb!leUQa .oLJ4wUnjKt-''f
d UD,urti, lnvol4.. From
the eitiole in theCWii,I copy th following
Inarai?rarjb:
,', tr-ia.. '.n.,,: am of thditors
.t i . . M. P.ma. nlK HI tbt
the cnerge wu sum u uw -- -
tbeame tmt denoonolng; it. course. W
nartlimllt. Thle . WB .ID
j .k..-.. klf mif. snd kDQW-
wv uu Ul buuu wviign ' , 1
l0 th4 muer .1 tho tim..(
1 f me Per'on 1!lde,1 " I-
! .in tu oorruu iuum v , y"p f .
Itotioi 100 pwtfmw,- oo
'Mootletori of tb iS(a(eMM that I oho
"o oi ny oi d lOBiiiuuuT- ,i (,., ,i .iat i,
. iV eiUOfcuu f uiu his
... , 1 1 m ; nriikn
imni wy oorrooi, wi w omeremur y y
I repeated from reqollobtlon wbt Mr.
ht4 jjjj stjinooy, aod. hat, f aim,
the'.DUtict'AWoniliy. bad laid, I remarked
Q tmoDy did not antnoriifr tne
pn ;weaoaayf ,b.ibi .wr
prooedtageotwearitaay la inooaaeoi vout
iwere receuev. ao were nu mm w
M,a lttfererenc to thisIerlon county affair,
eapeolally 15 regard, to Coow, U fM "oogM
j... 4- n (k. that thu
uu no.oui.iyp v -
teatlmony in ma case at leaat enouia do pnouan-
1,4, that-the? might read and linow Joel wnat
; morn
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re pro-
oBedlngaj..O--. UIe. no on oomplained. c Tbe
t Kodeedinw eamo In th Ctereland
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rWer. thtf Mme'b'aperrom .whleV.was copied
h tfay'i' proceedings, and therein I.fonnd
t i0Uow.ig iri. tbt testimony of Dr. Cmtis-
, ThnkiTlfr.'tTodSer loldhIni he cot tbe obli.
rstlon from Bm.L Medary, either .directly or
through Mr. Salisbury, of Cardington, ,Mor.
row cbunt cot tne Impression from Mr, Bod
1 der tbavt the association extended throughout
tbe State, and that there was one in Commons.
a inen inwnawiw puwisn vu. .our qmnn
0r counieli bat vpan reading raTwi e remarn,
J lM they'weTo 'tot Jnstlfled 'or'instaincd .by
chwsti an'b teeUmony , and W not pnouan mem
kefltMe' te- nBjuty reflected upon Go?. Mida-
1 aJ t jj,, iatimmi wae then eent to the com
-lpo!trB room." Then, it was I went touor
1 mI1)AlJ'B office, with the purest intention, and
I Mke(, hlm if j,, had fm ha testimony and
PAr'atPeech... Pa replied o." 1 Wen re
to 'nothing, knd. doe not euttaia Sit. fatMx'a
Mmarke.'Vaify Ohjeot la notifying Gov.' M-
oiat of tht; Was to 'gi ve Mm an opportanljy of
saying.ret; Ws Ofa hmhwhat, be might do
slre in oontrad8QPf believing that woeld have
more fare than anything I might Say editorial
ly; and 'tttf' mtf Itwonld glffmj an j)p
DOrtuuliy'.'ef ardaln 'mi. blieI:.of,the-iB'ntantb-
folnaaa .afrit 'J'llW A 0 if'ji'lw rna .t -tSsO
1 did arot duggft&ii, becinsd Be Is1 an bltfer
and inoTf etperienced man' th&a "myseU, and
tnight i4aemjanyauggestJoas.r night mako at
prasomptuoua. &Aftet soma. Immaterial oonver
satloa, I lelttwilh th Jmpreseloa that he, after
reading exactly what 'had been aald, would no
tice it, either through the SmXwb or bis owa
paper? and that I would, of course; with jileae
tire bablbjh'wrlalever be felt catled'npon to aav
Bat hi, as he say 9,',' inin;thei falsity, paid
no lor tbe attenliaa to tha matter at the rime."
Ia h etrange, then, that I, hot Aowln '' but
JefitniaiiHnelr .falstty, should pay no further
attention to the mattei at the time T ! "-
VM s maoh Iapreeeea with the belief i
eonld te, without he sajlik ao.'that wah"6nid
have a card jjroia .ttov. $?' th next day,
b thought (ha matter of eumoient Importance.
Tniabaine: thaoaseIwaa hatotmded at what
tjectnred on" the atreet the fiext ioorhlng be-
tweeauar. udabt ana .myseu, ana wnwn
would aot allude to were it not that a false
statement baa been published in a paoet i this
city, and copied v extensively jinrongoont in
State, fU:.,cri ,.4.- ,,.. iis oc
nThia morning, tha Governor .met MrMarOn
oa hla;way to tha poetofBce, and atonca'selced
bim bv tha eollar. uaicr eome Terr forcible Tarn
guage, and telling Mr. Martin tbat ha (Martin)
wa tha irst JCniKot ever made In tble eity , that
tha Stateem office wu their headquarters, and
thai ha would ha arr member of tbe Order
in Una eity arreatad fov treason before oight.A
''.Three pomtt'ltl tble eiafement are nntroarr
farst", .That Col' MuoAar.f aeised.ma by tha
oeUar;" free', That 1 am one of irhat
termed tha Knlghtar Third, ThHhe
men offloe wal their headquartere.'
Tha iM C0I.H1BAB eonld have p$ithely
dnled.'s' hi did not hut his band" on me. ''He
eonld Also oontraaioi ,iue eccvna juiu wire, witn
af moob eocfldeoc aa J could hav contradlot--m
1 ..w a rTaiM.V 'O
' Col. WinAi publishes- (ha following article
from tnePWf-"!?e!a th h? u ;.-..
THB UbITW rATrtimlC'ATTORNIT OF
twb poCrai ear 1fSTncr of umo. 11 is seldom
that w nooe anytblng pobllehed In the paper
printed in 1M1 city called tee vatia( viij re(,
but In It leant af Thursday, October. IT, an ar
ttole appears, from which wa ' extract the fol-
lowlne, which demands the attention or tne au
noriH..r l.. :.. 4 -
, -W wonid rem trear in is matter as a dmb-
lea dream, disbelieve tbat leading members of
tbe DemocraUe party iave conspired to over
throw th' Governmentj but tha reality s too
palpabl M admltof doubt. ' Vf e are surround-
a Dy aangeroua meo, ana 00 one snows iubi ne
I not ConvetetBg with a (supposed) friend, who
has eworn the moat terrible oath to murder his
neighbor nd destroy me Uovernmeot. Is not
tha refleatton BlamtnaT ahd are toot loral men
ealled npon to move vigoronely In the work of
ferre-tin out tho vii fiende who bar sworn
allegiance to Jeff. Davie and destruction to the.
fliilnff T ' ntu wmin men nam ecm una 10 or.
luti iht txitttnet of tuck tganiUtio pu$tiki
tt kmv bttn aieare far ttteral oi. o a.
tLtbw 9ica weHtr not f LberiH U mail tublie.
tf tt ccfcrtenre fc 'Circle U lAi city; mnd
itnc, tht mtnthn tf earn f vhieh mold $trtte
smMttnVv. and nsi loyal men to thun their
fT. - ... . a.
nbiwvatnM0 oeaiaieenoeaout oiwnoi
olotb, and a fibel njWo ' th people of this
oity' And we U twBef e tbat any man beiog
poneeswed af enab tAlOrmatiefl ne1e here .stated,
and rerftdestewaka trpatiHo.of Drlng the of
fenOeteMlmntediatepQdlBhmealh an Jnfs
mlaMgeroOebrarl '
t It will not do toaaye nol ifllbertV to
make pB)le t,i 1 (b4 uiy of a good Vlifzfn
taakpfleif and- proenr tfie; arrr'of any
peteoiiaaogagedlii' aBr Ckenitatloo'to
lojor vat peopla 'or id In "ovetbrtwkjr their
GoretamenU -And If tbt edftor of the Ftet Is
poetess Of the ftet ha profesee.'kod will bat
dvis tbeaiill'e.'.W1!! POtt Mr; Ball.ihe
Ualtd States" Watrio Altornf,td',inbp!ia
Mr.4eryiiBe-eduof n tnai pper,-Deior the
United State Grand Jurf ia aetalonf to
eiva teatlmuny aiulnet th eonapteatoro, who,
( ay art J VUI v; t u n (iniw-n
1 .noon sJ tfrm IJ t-ukvr u t
tbe city demand It. The story has been repeat
d qoHe often eoongh, and should bo substan-
tlateJ, or me auioora &iuvu wuucnug
soorn o-our people,
Commthting on Wils ha says:
And atlll more infamoui, h above article
from the Statetnun wu written by tne very
editor who called to see us. aVBoticed. above
being careful to" puMUh tho-false charges
m mt n. in ina aain. Danar. wtuioui a uwnf
diatlnn. and aa era have stated before. iMtelne
tMm t kSU'. We hope,' therefore, and hope
u muchitrtnaer than kedttt. that he will euo-
.Vleeed in ttirring pn fmettigathn. W tout
a$iiathmitfmnturluprtptei: wosnre
lv aland well Doete now bet Ore tne WOriu, auu
wo should dearly like to sea what more Can be
aald! -, -. - ' ;"
Now how did, Col. Mcoakv know who wrote
this arUole? I told him I had written sacb an
article, and that It would be in tha Sfoirrmon
the next morning. It Was written btjort I had
eeen tha Cleveland testimony, and bad' not the
slightest reference thereto. I told him if there
chart as, that ware made daily against " leading
members of tha Pemooratto party" were true,
those making tha ehargea should be compelled
toga betora the grand Jury and have them ar
rested. If they were false, aa I believed tbey
wore, th&ae making tha false ehargea shonld
be exposed-: Cot.' Midaet earnestly replied-
J'that U eight."' What "infamy" there wae
ia this article, wising from the foot that It was
published In tha same paper with the testimony ,
ia mora than I am able to ooderstand; ' My con;
tradlotion of the testimony, and even a posit!
oard from Col. Mioast would not in the least
have changed the character or the effect of the
ertiole. Jf there is any thing in this prejudicial
to Col.' Midait or any other man, it was en'
tlrely unintentional.;'
The Governor further saysi ' w a hope, there
fore, end hop it mucktrmgir (ha ki itt, that
he will euooeed In stirring up an Investigation.'
There seems to be an iniinvation In these lines,
which, to mi mind, is very unkind and unjust!
able. Whether bis hop Is stronger tnan
mine, we1 shall see: ' Tbat be Is as anxious for
1 9 . a '
It, and that he will prove as invincible as' my
self against all snob eharges, I have not tbe
slightest doubt In the world. I fully appreciate
all he has said In relation to the scandaloos at'
tacks which have been made upon him and oth
era. . I know, as well as I can know anything
not direolly attaching to myself, tbat thiy are
false, and bava done him and othara groat
wrong. - This being my feelings, as all of oor
mutual friends well know, U is not pleasant
or agreeablo to read or bear spoken Insinuations
carrying with them falsa and injurious impres
sloni. 'It hai seemed to me just to all concern
el that I bou!d mke these statements to set
myself rieht, end refute any belief thai there 1
or wee tha slightest Intention or disposition to
do Gov. Midart or ''any other man" . tbe least
it;'
Injustice in the matter. : ' - ", J
MATTHIAS MARTIN.
Mr. Hodder's Testimony.
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la the Crisis of yeeterday, Oct. 24, wff find
the following at the close of a long editorial on
the subject of, the testimony taken at ueve
land, ia the investigation in relation to an al
leged treasonable organlzAion, eatd .to' exist .in
Marlon chuntyj" ' , '-i'-T': I a-ti .' t
Why doe the Stticinon omit to pucliah Mr.
Hodder'a -teBtimony eiplaloms; how onr name
became mixed with tbt affair -1.
Tbe Stmteman omitted to publish the testi
mony of Mr. ffonniB for the'reason that It pub
lished the testimony taken on ike examination
ot faiwaicK .Codbt only, with tbe single ex-
oept'ioo of (ha evidence of Const himself, given
on the examination or yt, cautTiAit. As there
was in the testimony onCotniT'a examination, a
refereae to Gov. Mxdabt, editor of the Crisis,
In msttc totiffl w' give beTow'Mrl Ponbia's
testimony, wnicn, explain,. near la.cioa inv
occasion of that reference.;
' Thorn aa B. Hodder swora: I have lived In
Marion two vears last June. Am editor of the
Democratic tlirrtr. , Three or four weeks from
the fall of Sumter first heard of this order. I was
attacked about the time of tbe fall of Sumter.
About three weeks after Ibis I met Mr. Saule
bnry. He suggested tbt existence of a society
for the mutual protection of Democrat,' and
banded a paper ta me. The paper wae similar
in substance to that known aa th. "first UUl
a-ation.1' I have lost that paper'. .Don't re
member whether Saulsbnry read the paper to me
or ScofieTd first on that day. " Mr. Sanlsbnry ar
rived ra Marlon the evening before the conver
sation with me. ' I did not inow of the pevlons
existence of tha organization. I took the
pledge .about the first or second week In May.
He read over tha caner to me and I eaw no ob
jection ta H and told blm I thought It was nec
essary, unnsuan got in paper irom me., .
administered what Is known as tbe "First Ob! I
ration" to him. Never heard of key farther
obligation nntll I eaw it 00 a printed slip, circu
lated-very extensively on tha Friday before tbe
election. " The paper containing what is known
as the "First Obligation" contains the only
oledee'of the association. I originated the
altns of IlftinC the hat and the grip, aa I oould
not see the effioaoy of tbe order withont some
signs.' The passworoa were given 10 ma wneo
I took (he obligation. ' Tbe change In tbe word
ing Of the obligation from "sign", to "seal,'
was made after I took it. - Don't know how
the change wu made.'' Witness proceeded to
narrate In detail the attack made on him pre
vious to his joining the organisation..' The or.
iranlsation wae composed entirely of Democrats'.
Never knew of 'any officers, places of meeting;
or records, or any signing of document. Nev.
ee knew of the existence Id Marion conhty of
the Order Of the Knights ot the Golden Circle.
The organization to which I belonged wag never
heard Of ta a branch of that Order until It Was
so charged in tbe Republican. "The organiza
tion bad no connection with that or any other
Cross examined."' Don't know when; T lost
the paper I got from Sanlsbnry. ' Read it at (he
lrrvltatlotj of Dr. Christian, Osborne and Tin
Vleet " Made copies to use In the initiation of
others. ' Gate one copy to Dickertotr; another
to Dr. Christian, another to Dr. Devore; after
initiating- lhem. I nave tb em the fapera so
that tbey-could initiate other.- fiiave not eeen
tha. orisinai , paper for ..soma 4wo. months or
more. . It wae varv mush worn, and I- threw it
into " drawer. Probably, 4 iinrnt It op with
aome other old panera some time since., The
laat man which I initiatad. wa a younjt man
from tha country, abont six weeks ainc. Don't
remember hi name. Did not give him a. pa
per. Initiated Osborne before 1 invented the
signs. -Th sign ol tipping th bat meant gen
erally thai there wa danger- The answering
aiim .was merelv to show that tha members
were ready to fulfill the pledge of proUotion.
Slight OBV tola vnneuau tna preeuweu tuai
the organisation extended into Franklin county
lor the protection, of Medary, Didn't . know
that It actoaliy did oM pon't remember telU
log how many members, were in ibe. State.
Might nave eaia now many were w morrow
eauotw bnt dont' remember.1 Don't know
anything about arrangement for4 arms for the
order.7"1 i (uw . . ,! a' ' - Ui"-
! j .v. u w. k m -i .. 'A -.W.K y.
;
' ' Att tb Rotrrn. The Bdentifld' Ameri
can says tha statements regarding a want of aah
In the 600th ar incorrect. It is supposed tbat
the Sooth ar entirely dependent upon the North
or foreign Importation for It supply of this ne
oeesary substance,' bnt this Is not the case.
Next t Ne York, Virginia'makes the great
eat o,antitf Of alt anooally of any State in the
Unto. '-The amount manurtotirad by'New
Yark ' 6,593 HI tnsbels per atmonr, hf fir-'
glaHJ.e&O.OOa Tinsheu,'-bf 'Florida, 70,oow.
BaN le'mBnfctnred A eiereh :8tatet, - the
tniattrfnaiietbefnaT3.o79;447 bushels: bat (hie
la not quite' half tb amoani that is wgotred for
tie, a to 180), We Imported 14,094,527 buahele.
of 'wbfeb10S35,256 came fromEoglarid. ' '-''
: ti t.ir.1 iir.n rvfr. nw,.i ' " w-
Wd EtfUctoi 'wis'. ieTzed the ftthdf 'diy"
Whfle dinffiar'et Mdnnt IHelvilIIh Scotland,
iih tit rnVr.--wri!1;'a tcrnilnaiea. With
bU Hie 'If wae (be moij bofular Ylceroi that
uTaTvW. Mil s... 1 A- .i-ltt (
J
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS,
TKBB S18TEBS
1
MI
i VfXBSt aiSTBBU
WEBB BI9IEBS !
WEBB 8IBTEH9
Friday Evepng.Oct. 2tlj.
J.M.tS& V. KGERNER,
..lii'wo-.oo;--'
Corner of Broad & Front Streetp,:
v doLUMBUS, ;;
CROCERIES, PRODUCE AND
nnnuieintie
' '.T.i ' 00 ." I
FOREIGN VD0MESTIC FftO.lTS'i i j,
PIOTTE, BAIT, IiaUORsT ETC.
OrSTIBS BT TUB OiN IK XBKIR 81AB0H.
eotSS-diy
rK !f . ..
. it,
"pi,,,. "
C A LT H O U S E,
No. 178 North High Street; '"
v.COLUMBUS, OHIO..'
THIS HOTEL II BUT ONE AND A
HALF 8aCARB4 from tht Deoot, and ntrtoot ar
ririDi or wlihtnf to Uka panag any 01 tat traiot,
.ill o tht Salt Btu. decidedly a conrenlent aUp
plnf plat. .'
PaawBsers waked op at all hturt of tht night for any
01 ut trains - . j.i-ih
Imi nodtrate, t suit the timet. , , , v (
AKIN & EMERY,
169 SOUTH HIGH STHEltTt ;
. - Bay- i full sind Oonpleu Astortmont of
HOUE FURNISHING GOOD,
StOVCS Cfe GrXn,tO0(
TIN AND COP? jER: W ABE, j
Of almoit tvtrjr kind, I
Elegant J,ChamberfQetB,' ;
C..SWCE AND. ?EED. boxes, j
Tiu Toyijaiid Articles in that Line,
-; jor'iittis peopi, ''ry,.
"' "' " . 1
Kxtiven and XVteka,' Spoons, Tube,
t Buckets, Bixorel aAd 'Tortea, U I
'In J Coal Hoda, eho,1 - " w j
." ; 1 for iht Larger diet. j
..-r - - 7 r , vr I
WewoulA call your farmer attention to the fact that w
art B0L1 AOIRTB for tht tale of Iht
STPXICOOKSTOVEJ
Which It. In all mpeott, clarlyTlie"AUTO0EAT Of
THB KIXOHEnV' havtof aeaaatl la tn tomplettneit
of Its ptrfonnant an ceoaomy of fuel. Iht clentt
testimony tf Its tdperiority it tht fot that aianaft
tareni and dealers ar eonatantly ImititlBg it, coming
Mr It u ruiMlbl In XXTBBBTaL APPICABtNOH.
. Call and eiaBlnt ear ttoek. It Is no Uoablt to tho
ewrgooat. - .
AKIN& 'EMERY?-
1 . . -
OCt-dlB
f The c Union Forever
"' 1 ' - . -t -ivinj. jri
' COL:UNlBUS"";;
ARMY TENT STOVE!
MANCJAOrUEKD ASD VOtD BV .
JOHN l: gill & son,-
. .'AT TDKItt BALK KOOHB.n j lit--' e-J
9,1 1 1 1 . . ( j .
Nos. 90, 9,-94: & 96,
-,. NOBTII'. HIGH ITHEET, 1 ".'
j . .-..j'.r-i... ; f
Th nttUN and atott complete Iter for O&cttf
Tnt rr nanafutnred. i vi
. Bold at vry low agar
011 and
txuslne belort pnrchailng tltewher.'
octStt-dtr
rrj-r.
E. MC0LLI3TER,
... WboieMti Ktail Deafer 1st
:t
tobacco; snuff-& cigars
n 1 m 1 ri ti tt n r r f rv i'C
r r 11 o u u li. ut 11 tr. av-'
Keen ataatlr am hand all the'1
41 riona BUAli lu wt 1
XraaTpoxt3a. 01erazs.
Oct. Wl lr
-Ai
NATIONAL HOTEL.
. HKll.CirtOK BITdT, , .
r - '!',' ir''l 'T' 0 IKl.jj'i''
C0LtJMBUSrOHI0. '
3CE. ixiDTrig-oXjiDa.
TBatHS. . .OHB DOLLAR PER DAT'.'''
eelS3-3a - '
- , - - T-T4J -k "r .
I 'HI ' ,
Cranberries I Crabbenies !
OA BBf.N, CRA1VB
EHHIEft, III CO0A
0f ORBBB, 00 coailgnmtnt,
Boraalelowby .
t
wm. n. 8TitAtrx, ;
- lOOBOumillgn Buwi.-
eel3S ,.t
PQARDING i: .BOAIlDlNGIi'
noOD BOARD; J7I.EAB ANT KOOjriS
VJT for eight or ten eroni, can be bad By applying to
y. rATTJtaBUN, ao. tie Bonln rroot- Bireei, between
Bute and Twn BtteeU - i
I Being bnt on square from the State HooMtaaht Its
qetirahi pic 101 nnalnets men. , ... ,.ri-.,n. i -
notiawi
list v. . . .- Uf 1 il it; m ' .!
tTEHT RTTLtaH STRIPED LOTU
'V 8HAWL8.lnn.dtlrataj OO-Valo i 00.
1.S0O yard Coper flaln Blaek Silk at 1 eO-Vala
' 1 l JRTQ.
trench alerinct, NX (nls Vain 87K Ota a yard
70 cent Value Bl vuayard. -. - ' ;
ik an?
oetlS.
. en aaik m,k '
EAGLE BRASS WORKB,
! .j ',' Caa 8iarB Water ., '
!fi.....i '.'.V? r
W. B. POTTO &' ca.,
I . , .-, , . ,iie, .I
: ind Uunfactonrt of Bran and OoaMeHk Ihatlaga
VinUlied Brats Woifc of aUOonpttew .i---
Electro FlatifiilGiWiiff
8TCNrXUTTIMCfjBiC
nOTJOTaT
REPEI'tiANT 4Jbt TAT!'-P',"BI
CLOAK CLOTHS. . il,,M ln at Bp
Oloak Cloth, in all. detlrabla fea-Hi.ii'''1ti.jr
aU end BmUms to natfh. 7 7l Jt4'
AUQTI0Nni1NDC0IMI3IQN
pus, vciUeiiiWji irithid TAiti
L a to ta the I tor boom
'iAnctiU1 Commission Boom.
""H ( BfiiF prtprti to rKKlTt on Oommlnloa frary
deatrlpUoa ol property, stun a Dry Uooit, Orootrl,
Linnonu f unltBrt. Oarrluta. Hon, ete. ' B alto
InUndt ta rt hit atttnUoa to 1 of Baal ltat
and rtnenal rioptrtgr,! any potnt,wluua twenty
oflhttlty... . .:, 1 .', ;o .-').
. Auction!Saies Every '. Ilvenin
,. . , I t IHJ' .JV. I 1
Oonilrnmenti reipeolfitlly solloltttl.
B., KaVt.'iaotlon
.. IT
oetl' I f ' "
;ii.t"
new stor:
T
HEADLEY & EBERLY
,, ..... . .... ' . M-'1
TTAVB KEIT10VED TO THEIR 1 EW
N01. 250 and 252 South High! Street,
and aav anoriatta with thtVMlves Wit. ilOHAkl8,
andtrthtsnaof,--.i 1 -,1 ,. ,. - ;
Headley, Eberly tV Kichardsj
ForBtng tne of th largea Pry Ooodl Homes la the
West. ,. .-. , !
tills Bonis Is comtantly reselling Mw 94ods,
saeha 1 ' ,. .'
NEW STYLES OF DRESS GOODS, ''
' , iRISil SILK AND WOOL POPLINS,
PLAIN AND FIGURED REpP GOODS
PLAIN AND FANCY SILKS.
It Hewitt and Mtatttt styles of r . ..
Hamilton, 'Mancliester and Pacific
....mi.. Delaines '""
.. , t. .1 ''' ' "'
la th City, can bt found at :.; ! . -''
' HEADLEY, EBERLY 6V RICHARDS
: ; '- -, .
Balmoral Skirts,
In ireat varitty, Just rsetlred by
: , . HEADLEY, EBERLY '& RICHARDS.
,,r . : r-i.-n ' "' ;'" '-;
ZEPHYR WORSTEDS,;!;' .,; "r. V";,
EMBROIDERIES, TRIMMINGS,
GLOVES & HOSIERY, ;
LADIES' CLOTH CLOAKS,
Of th Veireii ftijlcijBit woelred
and also made.
HEADLEY, EBERLY. &- RICHARDS
,.:r
' '4 AllOl-
SHAWLS,
UIBIKOBB,
PXAIBB,
,u , CLOIUS, , ' )
' . CABS1MEBI8,
" 8IlKtTILTTVI8TISa8,
r.
;. , y gnitinios, ,."'
AfEBBIHAO PEINI8. .? HOOP BKIETB,
COTTON CHAW ABTD OAEPBT WARPS.'
Thl Arm. havlnr idcnted the Oaafa sntem In the ear.
ohaand al of Oood, ar enacted to nil from 1 to BO
percent, leas than other bouaes under the credit rjritea
HEADLEY EBEELYf & EICHAED8,
: ColnntaVv-if Ohio
oct8-dly
JOHN , HUNT Bit,
" ''j MERCHANT; iAILOIf ,'";
No. SSO South High Street, Thre
jjoora eouta ot jttioii, i
HAB Juat reeelved a choice stock of f ALL AND
WLNTXft OOODS. suitable for teutlemen's wear.
m ,1
Outomara will hTt tbirordrs neatly and abUntl
ly ezecated at the loweat rate. ;,
eep ... .
SPECIAL NOTICES.
;.'., A CLEAR CASE. .
It Is a very clear cue that poisonous drugs destroy
health. ' Impure laltratus produces decayed teeth,
bronchitis, dyipeptla, and general debility. It Is alt
clear that PyU'tDlttetlo Baleratns Is pure, wholetomt
aod efficient. Careful parsons nt do other. Pepott
)4J Waabiagtoa stmt, New Torh. Bold by groeM
tnrywhere. 1
rr Female Generally. Th Braodrtth
Pills aannot be too highly spoken ef . They remove all
tbstmetlona, gtv energy and ttrenf thr euro tbt dls
treiilng headache, uofortonately so prsvalent with the
lex; deprtttlon of spirits, dullnets of sight, nervous
affaotlona, blotohu, pimples, sallownet of th skin, ar
removed, acd a Juvenll bloom and general sprlghtllnee
IndlcaU th power and healthfulnen of BBANDBBTB'S
PILLS. -
Ltdli.atdlleatptrtodi,!lll find them unrivaled;
they are tht but medicines for mothers aod children,
and curt worms and coitlrene
Let It be remembered, tbat BBANPBJETQ'I PILLS
art saty In their oparatioa, and yet unit mildn with
Heiiey, and requtr so allaratlon of dltt during their
net.
sirs. Morgan, control 15th strestand Union Bfuara,
New Tork. wu dying, appaitntly, ef CoHttrnmog
She wat given ap to dl by her Phyilelans, and all htr
frinde, but after Bring BiA!niTB' Pux for a far
week, th cough left her; and iht began to regain kr
Strang lh,aad. 1 now able t attend brdarler,-md
fsslt sr tt toon attaining robust beaila.V 1 1- .-AAJ
Mr. Wilson, ef M. JBeaoh ttreel, Hew Tork, has
cared Vyrptptiat Battt Pe lleajletPropry aod Ty
phusftver, and all Headachesj aodBIUou ,dleMi,
wlfh BaaHnamw 1 auwluili. v wear to anawsr any
queatlons, , . , , y
Bold by Jan R- flooly titti', Oolnmbus, Sad by
ail rerpeotable dealers In medicin
. JATME'S AVSUfi - niXTDBEt til
! InAUltbn remedy for fevef and Ague," The tz
perieoee'of tnany yean, tn almost evtry ellmate, prove
that when ne at stfloaocordanos wtlk.ih airtlona,
It has rarly. failed to core, not only, by breaking tb
chills, but by removing th morbid haw of the tjatem,
preventing th reoorrenee of the dim. . .......
flVtB AND AQC,roughsoUlitl( dangerons,
Is pt, nnlaas speedily itmoyeU. t have sueh pint-
elous effect on th ijratem, a to engender dleordars much
mor banefal thin ltrlf,lnd wlileb not Onty' render th
fi-lir of th Ditlentmaeribla.bnt are la thensle
eftta ftttlk " A prdmpt and sireqtua) remedy Is Ihtrtfer
what w tioteVeDi, iuobAa.il' ir's Aav ttn-
tusa Is conBdently eteemawhded. rf or Sal by Messrs
Boaati BA,wrt1.0loW.,an4 ,bygnU.eTary-
where.' '1 '.'i i.. :..u mm i. biJ (w
SpVldlwfrlktatfcWW -- V
.ai e i "
Ki "! mi iu J
MANHOOD.
bow, jost,, sow auiosxo.
i 'feet febTlftsdin a 8ea1a InTefopti Woilct.! . .
A IIOItTEB ON THB B ATCBB, IRBATMBN ABB
BADIOAL OTJBB Of aPBBMAXORaUBA 6 Beatlnal
W taken, lnroluntary JtmiMioo, Braual Dabtlity, and
impeaiment re varrtag trunuiiy, vmnpntm, vd'
unntiim. iniiaiin ami fit, llental and Ptuilo! In
eapaclty, retulUng from BeU-alnue, dee. By Kobrt I
UurrwU, at. 0.,auwior oi ia wroii bum, y
A Baani t ThtBianai an Baggerara
Beni anicr teal, In a plala envelope, t any address,
poi paid,
i, en reeeipi oi tv
t -two (tamp, by Dr. UUAB.
Utter wrltb by Vf hn,astay.JH, ta
riWpoinlBi1WytH.Cbroh,,BnokimA
the Moiinal aa lliiiiiigrTtBetnati; O.ilnt rMtk.
vetauaos lato f a wertt-rtnoyaed edkln:'K., I
sromurwli Boevwrae sriii( Jtarijuau.l.
W a aareriueimt Bv.yeavolnasM efhta
Wnaaow' Boernww Braon1' lloww norer wld word
to Sam e eataiVilawbiai M ' o jtfr W
ttlceti leeS'ewar mine feat ebh it n finm
najvteiAVteaiae.it a fwew-Tt wiaw at tr
awua. rAi teekaMp ewe ef loa 'Uerf . i id r - ..-
mm of tt , aeatawteaebl. 'A n t
j oMi-"wataiar bwsr w i -
J ka supply." . e7dyl'
MKMaaaaaaaBaBiaBaiBMnaaMaM
3
iVinood Hunt and female Fhyilelan, pn
FOR CHILDREN TKETHWOq ' T
wlleh greatly satlllau the Meeeta el awiaingN' fty oft-1
enlngthtguau, redootng all InflaaiautloD will aUaJ
. II I .1111 Ml..l I II II .11 III, I II. I
JTJXUE T6 atSoilaClTlT TnWlJ-
aepaaa-ponn,anun,'ii wui gin rwi io yountiT
and T
vmtt jfD XUTE X0,T0UXOTATH.
vv. nav. pul ap ana uia uiw .nii. iut vtbi wa jaw,
aadOAM
BASl
AN. fltUIIIDBllOa AND THCTHof It,
what wt hT never ba ablt to say of any other iril
n-NBVBa BAB It IA1LS0, LB A BINOLB ltiHT,
A Bin
Uaelj
adon
ANOB, TO MUMQ1 A ODBJs, wae tnaelyeed; Kv-
tr did wt know an Instance ot dlMaUanwtlon by any ant
he att It. Oatheeontrary, all ar delighted with Its
Operations, aod (peak In terms of owmtoaathm tf it
magieal oecai ana meaicst virtue
W pk W thu
awtUeWHAT WB DO KNOW:" after ten year'- exn.
Manee, ADD PL1DOB OUB EKPUTATION JOItlliB
ULILLMBNT Of WHAT WB BBHB UHULAua. in
ala.au aw Inil.an where th Infant Is nffrlng from
pain and exheatlaw-itf will be found In ftfveen tr
twenty aUa.tM after thByniplalallrar;'. '
Tbt Tlnbl preptmtioa W tbe pracrlptlon of oaeor
th ml BXPBUIBNOKDand SKlLLrUL NOBSBBIn
Dew Bngland. and bas been MM fltll a V a .
vajAB annnuaa ' M ' ' ' 1
It eetenly relieve th ohlld from ptln, but Invkor
atM tha ttonueh and bowel, correct acidity, and air
tone and energy to tht whole syitem. It .iU ejnwat h
an avemaa aonvwufona, WhlSB, H not rrftedlly rtme
died, end la death W bell It the B4bT and BCB
Mot Ktnilll' n in. wv.uvi in u vnuvm tiiuttr
BMTBBK and DlAJttEHBA IS OBILVBBU, whethe
it ar!s from teething, or from any other cause,
would any t every motlwrwho hea eWM (ntrerlne ffsm
aayof Iheforegoln
aints-uu KUT I1B V IUUI
PBIJUU1UKB nu
ft THB PKBJUDIOKBOV pTUBBA
tndblwenyo. and your fofferlng eht lit, n4 thi re
lief that will bt SOKB-ie, AB80LDIBLT; BUBB-to
follow the use of thUaudleine, It Umelytadf fall 1 41-
s Jtl aim at lata rtl KrtfrT. tfnnl
uheiiaeb.ilr. COBl'lBkVJgKIMg,
w I era, we me ""ri"''; I
Bold by all Pruggiaai uatt thWorldt 11
rlnclpal Office, 18 Cedar Street rT.T.T
Prl ncloal Of flee
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE,
..u.4.,.'l l-iliehS .eMT4 :ir 1
t:
aaiavjaBau
Domestic Cotton" Goods.
BAIN & SON
,t ir.- 'T'-'V'. ' ,.,11.? u
, y .L.K'a.ra l-w lv10r?
rvrrEB tua most Extenuve. Aeaert
J mentor - -i.tr.-l 'om!'".
j, Brown b4 Bleaohs Cottea FlaaualiJ
" Musllnsi ?ft
BanaleyOottoBheoUngi.''a
Halat Mtlln of 0UCo'(.d.Bliaal,-WT';X
). Ticking, Bhlrtlng. aintimrw, oh'V
'' And Cotton Btttlug. . -. ixe-Klc
AUa, BInkU, yitnneu,
0liure, Oloak Cloth, to,W..-,-;rt
;:iIehUIw regular price. ' " J--' "
- : " ' '
T3t.AIM,PLAlDnTBBPB0TWBXIi
X ID. Xh mostxtnilr siock in ueoiqr. -w
Army tiwm hkib. .t, -v -
'ttkJ. nihkrf BAAlr. aMT.tnb jT H ,1
Under Bhlrt and DraWera.J( Snw
" flnltnn and llarino bock. j.(-w?
Cotton aod Merino bock .
. . Ooldan HU18WrU.,.,,-
nkH ar'B"
'"- Gent's Kld01ovei..,..r - inv9
Bent's wnen poiiars, hock iiei. ..a
octl
.tnv dt
No.'OT Bonjh ijn B treat
KITTED OTTOJVAJV UfiPaLporrvA t
-K-J
Jl lam ottoman uiewi--.-t u -trrw
11 ... ... aia.k nhlr 41 Wl
Broch Konbtia Dress Qeodtl
Balmoral Skirt: v .. . -n, ,a r, ft
Alexanders' JLId eioTta; w imvim
Ooi Trail iioop tairi,,,,,,,
" Comta. Hair Nt,aa,M eto-
Plaid Merinos. . . -
i oetW " ' " no: SB Booth High Btreet.
i nm J
lOOXL
77..Z71i'X".-fpr-'. tf, if. on
GREAT WESTERN,
D18EATCE-S
rjnlteA State Expre Ca., EMtop'ra,
"3
FAST FREIGHT LINE
VLn New York & Erie Bailroad T
in oer'llJoads LcadlngWes
Chartered Oars over mo'lt Bold oaPaitinser.xraiai.
W,' . ':-rfWPl f.'k' ! tt-r" (
BU n. H0V1T Ag't. I' -A. t. KNIOHTY Xff,
k Ul Broadway, BY Y. "- " 5 BU BU, Btxtoo
.;- f u . ' 'i
WU. B. PERBX, BaperinUndent, Balfakwi
" kT. PITCH as sjoif , Affent, ,
Vf Tf Bread Street,
V"VA?tJ0irirAaii7$,.oai.
tPl3 .: f' tin"' t'"''" .at-i. '
1 '. ,l
,.WH.':II; RESTIEAUXj
(lUOOISJOBTTO HcKM fc RK8ntAX?Ij
.'M'.tVViHV'f ar'
'ji :( j ( M rrtvar;rai v t4
, j;t..HtAIJEINnvei
R.oy.J8Jojj5
STQHACE A COMMISSION
JiyH
li.nuir,; -'.nftiti htt
H.tTBt
. r.i i .-t t.' w,C V
auroraoTcaaus aaw waavasawaaii e r
1,11,1," ... -i
READY-ilADE CLOTHING;
(arrwan uan Air B0WA,,',
' - BAXTimoBBf Mav-
A larg Aasortnunt el fiee jui Jornishini
! OetaOdly
aAm nM,a.t1a'M W.fi-i.'",',a M-
i' -J-
T ' .i nt
RE M O V A L.
si ae'iSrl
WILUAM 8,
DEALER 1H tjT0 ".""f
urocenes. -t v-rtt
Jteraiat. .xr
9 v CXJ2 11
e aw ut-
. Produce---;
qjrta
i-l'rovASioii,
Forcigif and Domestio Lfquore''
.i; Jt' AlUWt CIM aVtiU'oi
lt y ' 'l t ' i 'W
'':,. zrjrszcix tw"M
,rjr gavji p j6VTHtii I o a ta b s t,
i e l ie vAm4
Th. Uslw-fubtlyWVr1edVIUf McDONAXD,
VBj4iy.wseltr ...
lr WtffnsnrTfitifi . . . ,
i ww turn i "' ' awi
iCroee-vj-
lyn
11
''Aici4mmmmmmitwimmmmmmmmaammmmmmmmmm
ylmf
E
v
I
l,r
.
"OvtSTil'-Yfe j,wm.
g i -r UOOBWaTsaD dt tub ut
$IR. A8TLEY COOPER,
the aekaowledf d Head of the Frofetatoa la efth
Hemltphn. . .
- , . ni m aw varic '
P'fBieVat WureMe. Tonlo, and Invlgorant. Tb
guMfw uowei or me ataiiIAW j uhltui
BnUUkT. The! Ptreat And Moat Costly Gin El
avil. 1
INDISPENSABLE TO FEMALES,
INVALUABLE 'TO THE 8ICK,
,1i Rt.H
INCOMPARABLE FOR THE AGED.
- . .THE SAFEST AND MOST
DUCI0l)3 BEVERAGE IM THE WORLD.
Tot , Bale. Flnta md Qnarta, CT ewarf
Drogglat, Orooer, or Couotry Merohanfc
.il lOQt TJTJI'FOB BOOUB
UO ND O N O I N S.
THB ONLY 0ENTJ1NE AHTTOLB IB
CHARLES', LONDON CORDIAL SIN.
"b" Baldwin & co.,
" "'"iminorters, 91 Liberty St.,
,Aol4b.qlb.yf
McKIB A BE8TIBAUX,
rWhpltaalaand Ratal Qrocen, Ruteaman Building.
fvTj iV V 0. A. WAflNBB. and other.
..In Cincinnati, by - BDIBB, XCKBTEIN A 00.,
oe20deodUiw-To ? i endotuere.
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NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
.aJdl'.,' t " NEWARK OHIO,
naaafaetvirerw'ef alii kind af Pot
table anet Mtatlenarr Mteam En- .
lss, daw mil, urlst Itiill,
r- n. Ti-r i f J ' ,. 7
lAirisSOStSi Btalml B. . BLAXDY Btaltnt
J. A jr. J5FT DVTALL Beatmltl COLUMBUS
.HUCniWt CO. icattmlltt BRADIORJ)
KiiT d CO. BerUentlll!
Our Portable Engln and Saw Kill
Wa awarded the flnt premlnm of (50 at the Indiana
State fair for 1M0 over Laos A Bodley1 on acoeant ol
Pride) ngutneger eimplielty, economy of lunl
and superior character of lumbor eawetl.
7 Oar Btattonary Bliiglne was awarded at the tame Fall
the Bnt premium of ewe.
-One Portable Bnglnewu awarded th flnt premlnm oi
flOO at th fair at Memphl. Tenn., over Blandy' Do
vail', Colombo Maehiae Oo'., an -Bradford A Oo't.
by a eommltue of practical Railroad Engineer.
' for price and term 4ilrea
I j W1LLAUD aASNEB, Treararer,
decS-dAwiyeol. , Newark. Ohio
NfiWf COAL YARD.
TUB tlNliiliICJvF.D KEEPS CON.
BTARILT on hand and for salt, th bwt quality ot
,,rHQ.CraalGRATE COAL,
which hi wilt1 dell tt the lowel nrket pricet.
Call and.exuain an .'! , i(ort patchaitng (lie-
where. 1 iM
Omctattue itore of ir:iitor.i, unraam tio
head
of Canal. i' 1
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8TJTDAH.
Ip90-3m
H-
COLUMBUS
:opticai: INSTITUTE.
js;-1' .'t ' ' . "
Tate' Beef Artificial
Hcla to tb
- " Haman Stall 1 iir luvenleil.
;rTw Joseph s. PElLLEy, ,
PRACTICAL V feCIENTIf IC! OPTICIAN,
tTEEP" THE LARGEST. ASSORT.
IV mtnt of the meat Improved kinds ol Spectacle
All his Olanet, whathtr for near or fir-righted, ar
gronnd In eoneavo convex form with the greatest care,
aa to vult the Eye ot all ease, curing Weakn,
Diaalne er InSammatloa of the Ey, and Imparling
treagth fir long readlngor fine e wing. , i
Office, II Bait Buts itreet, at Bdiaer A Wabiter's
MoitoBtnr.. , .
;wiy rK'W 'V '
"Henry ISLoolalor,
( Lateof Phal9'iEtablUhment,N.T.,)
PROPRIETOR OP THB HEW TORK .
f aahlonable Sharing, Unlf Gutting, Bhampooning,
Curling and Drasakag Baleon, R - - '
Boutit JIih. St.orr Baln'e Store, "
whar aatavaetloat Will be glveh In all the various
branch. . -..' vn-
; Ldii and"Chlldr Pair Brettlng don In ths bet
"epi3diy M -' "r,a '.',.'' : 1
t .. .till ..I . ai.' II In. t '
WT Oysters!;' Oysters!!',
taV'.M a -'. "''v'-Ai , ' v '
O. aW-AOTiTiail.
TTAS) JUST BECE1TED, AND WILL
XX be In .dally receipt, by anreas, of
FEEStfCAB & HQ OYSTERS,
I r?m Baltlmor and fair Harenv "
j Call at Wagner' Oritur and Irult Ctoot, No.JJl But
Itattati I J. 1 . i i'
ugMtf .av nr' : ' - -
JImblir Wko!csiilev Llqtlpr Store
LACELLE ROSS & CO.; ;
COMISSOJJf.MERCHANTS'
li64lM AND DBALBBB IN - -
Foreign anJ Boiarfs(if Winei. irandiei , .
: ! X7LL3LCX. VjJuJ.. 1 w -
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jTABinousfi' and 6nici,22t sonin nion., .
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kmt flJoii.'iffe.diwiliew Wartv
etaeraad aabber Belting, a laetaer,
king, . ,
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