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R ATORDAYMOjlNIK OCT, .8Gf ,861.,
The War Upon the Administration.
ti. lg ;i1 I & tbW Democrat.,
and aU others who were.tfoused of not
. .nmnl ta eVBTV meatOre of the Ad
ministrate, tUtWaadey. were g-P
dlsloyalt aed ofV'svmpatbv with, lb rebels,
la not taptimg to uw WM""..-.
-i- tn.;n itaif and nreeerve the Uolon.
V 1J v HlWlUMit" w
nrk..t ..id were tral t tht fovrn
meat, though w did not pprov of vry
of President tmwtw b -i 4te
bluntly told that thli edsjissloa
tore tod mp.thI..NwHh tM Don.D, jr
L u. R...nmL Inasmuch the Admin-
i.tion for the time being was At Govern
v ... .t th nreaent moment disloyalists end
.v-' .Snnihern rebels!" The
.... m. .ho. an, twe three months ego,
were the fleree.s In denouncing other torjiot
appbrtinV' AdminlsK.tio la 411 Kscts,
and denuding toV ft jovptls, 9U be
.nd themselves seittd end Impruv
.-!, An wttn hempen cord round
uucu i vt - r
..;. neoVa aa "hieh M Haman." .
Mr. h.ld no each faaBtioal ud fcPJttet denuD
'elation a prooff oetT?e t a false and hypcrlt-
ieal patriotism;- It bs inowii ih euc
mBh abmtn time than we tweoted. But It
j..:i,u;.' .t,nB'. 'vri)ta kwt now
quickly mountain torrents, that splash and foam
In eummer shower, run tucmseiTc. u.j.
The danger to thJ OorernmeBa end the. Un.
iubu great ae it has beennTbreatened wilh
foreign aggression, it may be said to be even
greater; Bdt now thoee journalists, lately so
...lane In the snooort of the Administration,
and to uncompromiBingly boMlle toward all who
manifested the least sympaty or opposition, are
lannohinir their thnndetbolte.agalDst that ?ery
AdmlnUtration. Each member of the Cabinet
in Ma mm comes in for a shate of thefr Titu
npratlo. and 'the Administration condemned
ai a whole. It Is even euspeoted -of iaVorlng
"a treasonable oompromise", and winking at
liunintion of the Union."
Now. we ask' the intelligent Mader, If thU
eoorse ol the journals and men now making war
upon the Administration b not, 'according to
tholrown teaeoninc a ehort time since, opposing
' the Government, and affording."aid and comfort
trine enemy!" They t themselree op as the
wpeeial defenders of the Admin'1" now
they are doing their be'st lobriogit into discredit
and overthrow it, and that, too, at a time of the
createst national pern.. .. .w .
The Elections.
The New York Joutntl of Commerce, alluding
to the late elections in. QMo, f tnniTlvanlaand
Connecticut, aays i. , i . k -. . s
On the whole, both Demootata and their op
ponents are surprised at this state of things.
OrdinarUy it migbtbe euppoaed, and It wu gen
orally expected, thai tbe people, being eoab
eorbed in the war, would tote the Union ticket
whose only profeesioa of fl . r
tbe war. The Democratic ticket wae generally
subjected to the- charge ot treason, enmity to
the war, and ejmpathy with mwmIoo. lhat
ibis was impolitic, is now manifest. The Dem
ocrats are everywhere pledged to a hearty sup
port of tne war, and the resulted theee elec
tions Indicate a perennial tlgorin the old party.
The Repnblicane bava virtually disbanded
their foroee, at least lor the preaaat and the
Democratio parry,' having In evert State Uken
atronir cround ia, Jupport of the Union, is ena
bled, by its ancient prealige, to attract Iti formar
members, while it is teeogmaed ae repreaenting
the Couiertatite, anti-AboWionlst eentiment.
No other organiaatioa exist to.wblcn men Of
tbeee eentimeota can attach themselves, and un
less a new party Is created irem the Conserva
tive wing of the Republicans, it Is not unlikely
that tbe old Democratio machine may again
take the lead in tbe country. Nor would it be
aurpriiing. einee the od t-wee wf Uvery-ex.
tension aie laid aside, to find that party tnlUng
all Conservative men M the firmeat eupporUrt
.k. i AdmtniBtratioa in tne preeecutioa
of the war aeainsl all sorts ol enemies to the
Union. i
' "
... L I
XT Wa publish the following; fronfthe Ash
tabula SeBfinef, the organ of IM wn W
cane af the State. ; The readee will Jad tome
truths in it. It olearly showt whera tba fKfri
ReDubllcans the men who made the party
THE STATE ELECTION.
Th' ai action is now cast full twa weeks, and
the rstarns are not all id by several 'coantiec,
r..h la he ard ta settle all Questions ae to the
s..r. ticket. Tod and the 'U nlon" ondidate
.iti h. ttnm 50.000 to 60.000 majority.
This ia an extraordinary result-not because of
the large majority, but from tne ran tnat is
an extraordinarily large saajotity upon a very
email tote, polled wiinonta epar of enthnal.
asm on tne part oi ue peopie.
made op by tba poliUciaae wae a manufactured
one. and ao pnreit artificial ae to be tirtnally
no issue at all. There wai bnt one tide to it.
Tbe people of Ohio are lot the UhIodj and It
was sheer nonsense to set them to toting npon
it. They were not accustomed to tottog all to
gether, and from the force of habit thev voted
much as they bad baaa accustomed to. It waa
no time ta organise a new party and tba peo
ple have scarcely recognlred the attempt-?
while they have not acted under. the taw pro.
gramma with any. feeling ol .-interest. ..The
Democracy did not tote for Jewettny mora
from a spirit of opposition to the Union than
they toted foe their BtaU ticket last fall.' Nor
were thoee who toted for Ted any mere actu
ated by devotion to tba Union than they were
when tbey voted agalnat ana another sfyear
ago. The election aa It baa resulted, Is no in
dication whatever of a devotion to tbe Union;
because Union men toted on opposite eidea this
Ar. at 8uu election. Im
portant iesuea were set aeida, that might have
been eettled bow, and are postponed to dietorb
ns in the future. . And this mejority of eixty
thousand might have beea obtained for the Ke-
. tmhlieana aa for the Union" DartV. which la in
effect nothing but the Republican party, robbed
, of it manhood and of its power.. " " J i
Tha result aa to the legislature Is not yet
known, though It le supposed to be union" us
both branches, with the Senate made up of old
Republicans. ' ,..t.n
Ripobti or Eilbh EaiwtrrttowTwt Bovrw.
Sir Jamee Fergnasoa and Mr, Bourke, tbe
two Eoaiitk emiaoaaM wheaave jutt returned
from the rebel Btatee, take tbetr departaia for
England tn dav In the Asia. ' rrom tba Ian-
cuase which thrybtre held since they have
" left the Booth there can 1 no doubt at to i the
- nhiact a f their miaaiMi. ar aa ta tba repotU tlx?
will make 00 their return borne. Thev--eta te
that tha Smthli tailed one iriMjtn M de
termination not to come back luw tte" Votoy,
nit (hat It la ae wall off in reonrce, now an
tha mmw nt nn and mnneT. aa tiie Nortlf.' 01
' eourta eutemenU of tfaie kindj oumiof V6m
men ocapTiDg tha pod u 00 ( f eetlemea,
will be taken b the gcnerali I S'i,B V
pie aa authentic, but few stopping to queeiian
the mottvee witit wtiico meiv -wiibwb
dertaken.or' the account ro ie'fobe
N. Y. Herald, 24th.
CTThtra are cow srrteVetf full tMmiWte
of Indiana troopa (infaatrj) la KeutiUkf, and
. three eemeasase at aavabv and one ol arUIerY
They number eighteen thousand ana hundred
and seventj-eight men.
N. Y. Herald, 24th. The Message of Governor Harris of
N. Y. Herald, 24th. The Message of Governor Harris of Tennessee.
Ul
to
Toe Waihtill) tien.cf thOU instant, con-
us tlx niwaageoi uovernot uunngtu"
the Legislature on tne aay preoeumj.
. .i ..I . tAn. t.
akt
It U rina tn Trnnmuitir to itT. and it may DC
said without disparagement to oti , Statee,
that out people hae aone more id
w . I . J uiilrtlAsf Sn
rising, organinng, arming,
army than was ever before aooomplUhed bjanj
ataie in ne same icugui "
'Having no mllltaty orfnwu,
without rmi, nd'esviloti of authority o
of the aet Of me ma or 4j - --
than two' monine rrom ine p"B '
. wi.. .Kn..i.4 volunteers were) orfcanlitd and
thrown Into the eM: "Tod mtch wedlt eannot
boawarded te the patriotic people of the Bute
fee the alacrity With wnleh they hate Ttshed
.1.- .fn4.r4 r thalreountrv 0D0D thenret
intimation of neoeeelty. I been oompellea
to decline the ervloes of A Urg Dumber ten-
Tm .mihi I the Movisioual army of 1M
BtaM, a nuailxroftegiBjeat have bee raised
frioafadrnte eetviee, maklne; Id ' the ggre--
gaWtbirtf-elghtlBfintry legimettta, eveei
.uKkUlkiu and lizteen artillery eempaates,
wnron'i enneeeee na ogotuui " -"
mo'e1enae;-'"io' 'd.- . Jl V."0 ' ;
ifThk ant. of nia1ahinir anhTJ monittone aaa
thrneanii aeceeearr to clothe- an subsist the
provisional artayt devolved pon- themllltarf
anei anciai iDoaro.' vu w
maiireta, and Senthern porte blockaded, "tbef
(bnd I dlffloelw H o impoeeibte, proeore
.uhkM .mi kcmdnitlona te) anv eMsklerable
Th Mirehaatf tn the market-1 The board ,
ntnm.iUAnnA . kit Draettcabh - Bean t
auamlattn nrivate MteYCriiS to produce tbeee
arUolee ,6f lodtapenfable' neoeesUy within W
own limits.' Thcy -eatabUshed aw -amory at
Nashvtito for the-SMnutaotore tarme, od
made liberal ooatraote wtin varloaa eompaniee
lot the casting of eaanoa, ttw povohase of army
ha. aMAnfaetared: lei TMneeseevand
J.itaMl at Hifformt tiataw Within' the year,
from which, eooreoa weJ Uvei for 'some time
paat, bee teeeMn? abutwo hundred add fit
.m. M vaak. i.,Ttki have also made' liber'
at advances ta manufaowrwrt powdet, to a
able them te ioor-aae the eapaoity of taelf ma
ir,. ii tk. hiehaat decree of efflnescy, na,
under the wuverviaioD ol Samuel' D. Morgan
Eeq.,eetabUshed apefoussloaeap faetory, wbloa
bat already yielded to lh Canfederate Butts
Mnra thaa Iwein mluiOM Of oapt, and le BOW
producing over two, hundred -end twdnty-ive
tbouaand pa day.'-o w ; a:a tw:. '
ST The Waahingtod correspondent of tht
bincinnau f.ngaireT-wio (vu,
WASHINGTON, Monday, Oct. 24.
I Cannot give you mneh in this Utter to In
terest your readers. Nor le there any special
war ce w only that Gen. MoClellen is moving
along quietly with hit grand army j and 1 no
tice that tha people of this region have fully
ad on ted the opinions of their Western brethren
ia their universal confidence ia the General.
But a question arises in my mind whether this
unbounded eonndence M not naving rauer an
wijttrieiw effect. The public anticipate too much
and therefore do less, g - ? : :- ' ' '"' '
1 Tbe enemy are falling back on Manassas,
where tbev evidenrv Intend giving at battle, aad
where tbey will bring to bear their immense
armv of from -two hundred- thousand to two
nundred ana Bitv inoasana men. wenerai 1110
CieUan ia eaual to aav eraeroticv that anv cm
eer could be. but be mav not be etrong. aooogh
for this one. Tha country mt large overettt
aaatea bis forcee here en tbe Potomac, and that
of iteelt wiU ambarrase him.- This must not
be -Tne Government,' in any opinion,' do not
appreciate tbia condition of things, and tout
tha iapatienoa of the people,' who do ' not un
derstand tbiew Gen. MoCiellan le now on tbe
other aide .of the Potomac, and If a auffiolent
number of troops arefarniehed him speedily he
will reader en account wet tne nation win De
aatisfled to reoeive.' '. n - s.i. . i - .:
v We ef the West are Impatient that eometbiDg
should be done. Can we not readily believe
that the GenereUe quite e aniious,and can we
not as readily aaa that with hie general Infor
mation be knowe quite aa well at we do as te
tha proper ti-ne to advanoat You may advise
jour readere that tbe time hat not come, and
perhaps will not for soma weeks, but when it
does yoa will mete on proper pralaa to the
"Baokeya Joy-" George B.McClellan, who,
although sot torn lathe State, was nurtured bv
It. and made her Mtjor-General. . Henoeferth
ba . patient, but insist through your valuable
paper that lha Government cannot do too mncn
ta placing at nil aisposai .as many naen aa ean
ba raised. There ia no qneetioa bat that Jeff.
Davia knows full well that bte only hope ia In
gaining this grand battle. If be suoceede, the
recognition ot the Southern Confederacy hi set
tled, and thus farther oontrovarsv oselessi there
fore hie grand effort will be ia Vtrjinis. Should
McClellan ba drawn into this fight until heavily
reinforced, he will endanger hie army, and the
Government that ha la daierminarl to aave
Lt in ore oa no retreat do backing downi"
if there be, reioforoementa for Jliesonri and
Kentaeky will be aseleea. ,
I had tha gratification of taking by the hand
General Harney, aad waa proud to tear him re
mark that there was no , aecesettv lor tne raw.
ing of aa arm, or tba ehedding of a drop of
blood in tha State af lUeaoori; that lie woele
of It had beea a atottcr a JoUar ana una,
(plunder). The brave General looks noble and
atalotio. Hit ere seabed at tha word rebel
Uoa, and do man. aaa tor a moment bot leel
humiliated that be should have beea aa enema
fully treated by tha Administration; but ha
committed, long since, tha anpardonablo sin of
being a Mtkoomam vmoorwt, and would aot be
come tha tool af politicians, and thaa his beau
tiful white head and beard must eome an dor
tha tomahawk not thai kind that tha Sious,
Sac aad Fos.es aad others need, tor, with all of
theirs in nee, a stampede waa alweye the result
af tba war-ery of Hamay te cmuty) and were
be to march. car troope tbroogktba Camber
land Gap into Tenneseee, there would ba such
a stampede aa the world never heard of. Tba
matt of oar tesald ae-neat U an trait deem It
neeeesary to letae a proclamation about once la
few days, bat Harney consider tha proolama
tie of tba Government euiBoie&t, and bis red
Up comes ia tha shape1 of frtptrt,", after tht
? ETWe baka the following from the Clncin
nid Cmmereial'i special dlspatohes: "
WASHINGTON, Oct. 24.
rIt 1 difficult to ascertain tbe preoisa position)
if the Fremont question. , There I little doubt
Ibat ba will be removed, bnt it 1 doubtful
whether the order superseding him baa gone
West. Both statement sent yoa yesterday
were probably true. The Cabinet voted to re
move bpoQ evidence embraced in the Adjutant
General' report-perhaps not unanimously-
and the nnai decision was ten witn to rrett
dent, at tn the ease of Fort Sumter. ' Up to
noon to-oay ne naa do bdku.. . . - , . , i
The' eatimat ht McCleUao's headquarters
of our loss at Jeesburg, Is ' seventy-nine , la
killed; , the "wounded and missing are mdeb
more numerous., it ia impoMiDia to ns toe
number, as they art coming In constantly. ' .
Tbe Star thlnki that 500 will eover onr
Whole loee. .Those from the battl field esti
mate It higher. McClellan telegraphed that
tb dispositions of 8tone were admirable, bnt
eye-witnesses tay the feeling against him is
very strong, for providing Insufficient meant of
transportation scroee the river, and did sot re
inforce In Cold. : There were only two scow
tot Baker's 'regiment to cross to Harrison's Is
land, and only one thence to tb main land,
with a small boat, j oe nrsi transit is a quar
ter of a mile, and the second .two hundred
yards, and the torrent raging. Deven's Mast a
ohuaeitg regiment,' which had crossed In the
court of the night, was fed Into amrmscadt,
Into which all DllUker'l command, I.tKW men,
also fell Tbty Werd in an open field surround-
fcl C Will .WWUB. ItUUl kill. HW UU(Ut
J luulifl 'fsblorf,tot marslog 'bntll aftr the
1a.ai.t "
uai a tMa4 :iat a ( f , j
jj; ward's -fmyVDy'WA (Stand' croiiefl,
tWeJtnn.-s below. ' n s?nt wdm that r eis
furouTneota were 'eoiniug, batlt was' lo late.
8atywtfer Icatlo a tent. mnklasSoa tha
ratara. - Others were 4rwed trying t f wi
across, and others ittot la the water-. I i
Bker bad several times etprewetd pretend
iment of ;eath-;V f
The eurreery of tbe 8outh ia new Canftdrate
Treasury c, .tedeemabla at D9 earticalar
time er Llci vat, bond, based oa what-
iti Governora ean eonflaoate aad etaalr
bank iteue of Boo-epecie Deying ineorporatioot (
village abinpiaetera, ana "goo lor adrtnk"
tickets of whisky sellers.
The Vote for Governor.
We publish thfrola of all : lha counties for
Governor," Where the full vote U gwen.tne re
turns are offiolal. The reported .majorities
m,' of course changed iomewluit by tne or-
denttaTalbotioWe should udga that Got;
Tnn'imtiorltt will be lateral thoueana more
than the balanoe of the State raslonJTio;
County .
ii-ia.i.
Tod Jewttt
Ooaoty
fod Jstttt
A.Um(...;..
Allen ......
Hot
lew
tacts
Iiloktae,...
LaralA. ...
Wadlam.M,
Hahonlog ..
Marion
MaSlna.ui'.
MtlRt.-...
Monroe ....
Marfan -
w
ISO
C23
113
4t
437
Aihlaad ....
athtaa
AnglalM....
AihUtola..
SOW
Bhaili.k.v
Brown.......
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1361
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in '
Ohampaifn.J
ni. i .?
TO31
piorrvw......
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t303
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MonirBwryJt6ll
4309
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Moroar.....
Olamont tt
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PiMe..
Putnam. ...
Paaldlni...
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Delawarv...
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rairnaia.
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f mabuU ...
33
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Hartlaon....
Highland .'.
Unioa......
tin ton
tan Wtrt..
Wariaa ....
Wyandot..
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ftcia) retnenavr Jttr. Too'a majority will be enow
Altera thuean$.; The Vote, of the Stata? k
at least eighty thousand less than at the Fresl-
The Legislature.
We ha v endeavored to make ont a eomplele
Ut of the'members elect to the LegUlaore,bnt
ap ta thlt tlrae bava bees able te eolltct bnt
seventy of the Ilouse of Representative. So
far M secured, their politic are lodioued as
follows : Those . elected as Democra's,. fj-r
Those in ifalici, eleottd at Fusioniata,but olalm
taba Democrats. "W -' :
We will endeaf or 19 complete tbe table in
season for our next Issue: H ,
The Legislature. SENATORS.
I. Hamilton w. a, trroncrei, o. a.i,iun, mn
- -B. Wbtttttae. .'" '
I.1
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4.
S.
a.
7
8.
.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
1.
17.
Wnuaaaad WananoAaO. MeBarner. -
MoalcoBMrrand Pieble tewie CunckU,
Olannont and Brown John Johnston.
nrn minion and PiTttta
Kom and Hiahlaod Wllllaaj Oollltr. :
Adaau, Plka, Bold to and Jaokaoa Beajanln
. rinalam. . . ....
T ...... lUltla. Vein and Vinton B 8. Heal.
Valrfltld, Athens and Hocklnf Alfrtd ituTttgh.
Vranklla and PVkawar Butaatui L. Pnrtll. -
Clark, Champa la od kUduoa Han.
Miami, Darkt and ghtlkr W. B. McLonf. . , ,
Logan, Union, Marion and Hardin Hood. ' ,
W attain (ton and Morfaaaad part ot Noble Win
P. Bpragnt. , ' 1 '"
MnaUngiim aad Parry William Pinkv I , , 7
Daiavan and Lickint John A. Binnttt. . . ..
Knox, Morrow, Wayne and Holmaa Darld Milts
rirfMMi and Tnaouaina T. EaurV- -
18.
It. 1 On roan, ttonroe, aat parttl mobm-. a. rgcoa
ear.? V... -. V 2 .. J ;t.l
SO. Btlmont and Marlon Itaat Welch.
si.
M.
S3.'
Si.
S3.
Carroll and BUrk oeerrt uaran.
?a-non and Oolaabiana Kobtrt A. Iherkard.
Traaikaii aad Mabaainr . ,
AahUbala, take and Oaauft PtUl Hilcbcoek.
Cnyahoia John P. Bobli toa . '.
Portaft and Buaimi-Loclaa V. Btetot.; .
Sd."
T7.
Mi
S9.
30
3t.:
MMlnaand liOrtlna laaa, monmm. j
Aahlaadand Biohlaad Ihanat. Kentf.
Bum, Brie, Bandnrtrr and OUowa John Kalle.
Stntoa, Crawford and Wyandot William Lana
leraer, Allan, Aaflabt, Van Wtrt, Paaldinf. bfl-
aaa, aad Wllllaaaa CbarkM C. Manball.
3B, BanoMk, Wood,Laaa, Ptltaa, Banff aad ratnta
Oharltt M. eodlrtj. . . .
REPRESENTATIVES.
Vi it '
i. ': i. j -k
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It tC!!.
).! li
!.. ' ic
!''v a :f
ALltn joaa aonnn.'
Athtand John Taylor.? '
il.'l
-5.
. AatlaUa Chatlaa Sttttl,.
. Aahtabala Abal Blrnn.
' bmot William Stnntn.
Brawn 1. lea." -
I V
1 1 .
Batler
' Carrali j ,c, ;t. , ......
Oimta-i--',:"' ' ' ' ':
Cotfaoelon Aadmr J . WllkiDt. ::.
Crawford J. B. Btlainrar. , ': ;-
Olanaont Jaha farroaon. , . . .
Columbiana EaUly.
OwyaaaftStstoa 0, Orltwold, P J. Dkkman, Ob
B. Baatack. ' ' :." ' " 1
rtarka Lean - Lott.
PflartraJaaeeB-Bnbbell.,. ,
Brla-Joth W. Pitrot. v 1
Baytttt .-a 9:: - l - -.1.
. Poltoa . - : f " ' 1 - "I il-JV 'j 1,7 ..
BairStldWaaMe 0. JtSrita. , . ,
' frankun OaotatL. CovoOttolreitel.
Oallla-Jeahaa Bradbaiy, ' - ' ,
Oraana ... I 1 - ; tr. -.1
Qarua,yJotephltrrtU. i t .. v ,-
--BaaMKl.trii1taSa Orlbbei '.' ' ' ' 1
Bardto ' ' ' "
Harriaoa Jokn latham-J V 0 M . H -Hanryandtotnaw-BetJ.
A- JUth-t,!'..
Blfhltad i j . . -
BookintManhlni Ittm.f . ,
' Bamiltan Pater Elan, Otori Keck, Wa. 8Iauntoa,
Mlltoa Sayltr, W. J. Jlaff, imm Battel, A. McOill,
H. Branhaa, Ihao. Manb.
Baroa Sua Ittwart.
Jackaon
JtSeraon-Vatep ITaint
Enox- WaU IrVHtfuy.
Lake
Laarwot B. f . Oory.
IiOgan " ,
- Lueat jeaMt arytn.
Larrnlu Siimmi M. Warmr. '
Lick Inf. ant B. Smytba.
, Madlwo Mann, f.., .,, ,., ,-
Mahoninr- ' 1 ' r . ' 1 ' ' '
. at arts-Vi4at Barfrffm . ' I
MadlDa-MyraoC. Hllla. , . ,r. ,, ,, . ,
Mtif- ,
Monrot JohnttyMr
Morfta
Ma-raw- ' -' '
riTTi - -i .1 " . ' t .! ,
Maakinraaa - Beamy, Jatoi vUuntr.
' Montcoawry Pttar Odlln. Jtt. tatUrnm.
' Merraraad Vaiar-A.P. O.Boyder. -
Habla Xtjwtr. : . ,-v.' T. .-,
, Perry Will lam H. EeMen.. .i f,j , ; ..
Plokaway Itaat S. Mutt. . i i ,
' Pika Thoawa Wllion." 1 . 4 1 ' '
i :
... . m in. i t: i
J.
JUahlaDd William BkMktr.S'
Boat J. J. CrouM. , .
BeneeaRaeelat B. Tttua '
Beiota Orl Mam. ,
I - ll, ...
..'.Si. t. :
MW I.
I fxjt Hi
"'."'V
7.1 )..;:.. .
..ll';.'!!,!'!
..-J- I...'
Bhaika flharlaa W. Walla. . -
Stark Solomon Llnd, Joteph tcbell.
. f amarlt John Johaetoa.- '
; TrambaU - .'.1
! Taaoaiaeas Albert Stlea-. ' .
tJaiaa .
Vintea Pee.
Wan. a Janet Boott. - - V
Wyandot Jaoalhaa Mamt ' ..:;) 1:
Wayna-JohaAaH., . J,iylil. ., j
,WahlogUo OL. Clarke.
: Wiliiama, PaaM1n( and DeSanee P. Wi Worrit.
Wood aai Ottawa i v ' ' '
Navraanoti WmooTA CoarrAat. At a re
cant meeting of 4be Aatarieaa Etbnologioal
Society, at Mew Tork.a paper waa read la
whiob a Mr. Joane, of tbe 1 Alicroneeiaa Hia
sloa, describee a voyage mad, by tbe natives,
ia little aanaea, lor a distance of Bv aandred
Ilea and beck, with aa guide bat tha start,
carrcot and wild, and with enly tw stopping
plaoee. It waa stated at a previous sessiea of
the Becitty, by a Mr. Gulick, that a had see
tbaaativaa of tba Society lalasds aaake the
voyage to the 8 aad wick Itluda la canoe, and
that) when otTtred a eompaaa, they deolioed ao
eepikig it, eayisg .that their pilot had eoe "ia
kit letij Caruua wid Spanish writtra speak
af soma of the Americana aa having always in
their head .tb points of the com pat a, te that
they know their .course and beatiogs eves, at
tha bttoai af a miay ) i -.,',,
'"Odjroncg-friend toe frinc of Wiler 1
limited In hi choice of e wife to tit ladies, bb
leM bs shonld decide npon selecting on much
oMor Ihad himself.' , They aret ' 1. Prtooet
Alexindrtna (diuphter HI Prloee ; Albert f
Pro'ule), torn 1'tb: 1,1845; Frfnce-t Anoe
of ilewe Pra mt d nice of tha Oran d Duke
or lietsebrirl of the Empress of Ri'ti born
Miy23, it 11; S. frfnete A"fent of flourttit.
Uiucluilnrg, tr?a Feb. 27: lB4 4. rr I octet
A!Mo'Jra, (!v,",;htrr 'pf PrliWe ChrlstiarrT af
DoniaKrk.bora Vet. 1,J84; S. f rloc- Mtry
of fiaa Altaaberg fej Jun 23 184bj .
Prlnoeae CatharlBe of utaenimnr, sum 01 in
Grand Doohw Nicholas of Russia, bora Btft,
91,1846.
KEY ADYERTISEMLEHTS.
yyt.Bn RI8TEB9I
.VBB BI8TEB81
1 Trent reA :rW '
. . "WEBB iwXE8 I --J
iwTKBBViariSBtl
,0D!(
.. .. V '7- 5 ! ,. lf.l
l: w rji '. Hi if I u.i ' X ' ' A i -
Saturday Evening, Oct, 26th.-;;,
ecllt
J. M. & V. ICCERrJER,
Cof ne? of Broaii & Froit Streets,
eataaLIXMBUB,
CROCERIES PRQDUCC AND
provisions.
FOREIGN dfc DOMESTIC FRUITS,
i , i - - - r
piOUE, SALT, LIQUORS,
TC.
i Wmitin iritis', is1 turn tutm!"
uiMi, ......... :..;. v.;:-':;ii-:.'.r"cM
G ALT HOUSE,
. Ha. 178 North Hifh Street n ' '
- . , ... ,
W . Ml ' -
'columbus, oho;
n-
rroilS HOTEL IS BUT ONE A FID A
X gil. BttOABBS rraa tht tpot, and ptrtont tr
rinnr tr WHninf to tatt patMt tn anr oi int raim,
ill Bnd taalt Bmh decidedly t tonvtnltnt rtap-
raMtnrart waaia ip ai ail gnu ti in nini ror any
f tnttraln. ' ' ' ' - '
VtnMBMdMattitotuittbetlBttv'-1 - '
oct2S
AKITJ EMERY,
103 BOUTn ' HIGH " STREET,
BftTt fall ad OomploU litortmeni of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
Stoxroia ct3 Qratoa,
Tli AID COPPER WAJLE
' ' ' '. Of slmott tvtry kind, ) 'j fj i.j
Elegant Chamber Sets
- ' SPICE AND 6EED BOXES?
Tin Toys, and Articles in that Line,
' Por little People.
Knivew and Forlta. ' Bpooiut, Tuba,
Buckets, fShowela and. Tonga, .
, ' - Cx odav eto, .
w, i Sot !bt target Oaet. ?
We would call roar farther' attention to tht feci that wt
. art SOLI AQINT8 for tht nla ot the r
STEWART:C00K-ST0VE,
Which It. In til retpectt, clearly tht "ITJTOORtT 01
THB KITOBBH." haTln no equal In tht eompleteneie
of Ht perforaaatt and toenomrof rati.- Theolearut
tetumooy at ita enpenonijr u tnt net inu maanrao-
taran and dealert art oontuntiy tmiraunc It, eomtn
aearltta voeelble la XXTSS54L APfSABANOB
Call and tiamint ear ttock. It it no trooDle to snow
VMI VVU.)
The Union Forever.
COLUMBUS '
ARIiIY TENT STOVE!
.. a .!. . A 1 r : '
MAKCf ACTTJBKD AND BOCD BY !( 1 i
JOHN L. GILL & SON
AT THB IB BALI BOOMS,"
Nos.,90, 92, 94: s& 96,
HOBTD HIGH IIHEBT, 1
it,
.i . ,t.
.1 i-
The neatett and meet oeoplete Btere for offlont
Team tree mataftetared.
Bold at a eery low Star.
Oall and tnmjnt before narchatlnf t Ittwhtttr
oclBS-dtf . - . . v ,
E. r.VCOLLlSTER,
TfbaletalaaBi4Ueta.il Dealer la
TOBACCO; SNUFF & CIGARS
No. 2f5 FUVh Btrwt. ; ; '
PIT ;SBUHaH,;Par
Keep -waetaatlf mm head all ta wa
rlaa BitANAta af
oet tt-w-. ti-.i : " .
NATIONAL HOTEL.
, NIABtrNlO H. S B PO T ., , . ,
OOIiUMBUS, OHIO,
xx. xi.xiTsrsQroxjX0. .
, i TBBBtS....-...'....ONB DOIXAB PKB PAT
ecttO-Sa)' ; ; . i
" ' ' ' L .
Cranberries I Cranberries !
9(1 BBLH. CKANBEBBIES, Irf GOOD
Oil ORDBB, on eonilsament. . , . t .
' For tale low by ' '
i ' .WM H.BI8TIIATJX,
oetSJ . "' ' , lOCSouthBifh Btreet.: ,
BOARDlNa ! BOARDING 1 1
GOOD BOARD JcTI.EABJAUT BOODII
for.lfrriter ten pemeat, eaa be had by applymg It
0. PAITAKBOH, Mo. 118 Boath Breat B treat, betwet
ItaUaadtewaStfaets.. ...
Being bat on aaoara from tht Btata BoutttBakti It a
datlraatt alaot fat baajaeet mto ! .
tetlB-dla .-, . - f '
XTF.HT BTTE.ISH BTBIPED CLOTH
V - SHAWLS, ia aa dajlnt at SI 0 Valae f OO.
1.S0 yardt taper Blaia Black Bilk at 1 -alnt
1 BStytrd. . . ,
rraaeh Meriao, 3K eratt taloe STjCett e yard. ' (
" .. ?SeeatawrtlatBt 001 yard.
- BAIN ton. '
I:. -it ' Be, BSBMtkBIgh Btreet.
EXOLE J3RASSWORK8,
'T v owrmar prtstt At Water Bt.
. . ' n 'j I I
w. b: potto' ec oo,
lviaibsilJ XTgp, '
tad ttaanfaanMara af wrae tad Onma igHta Ottttng.
floih4 BmaWarkaf ali Dorif-
STEKcsLcurrinc. c
21
REJ-F1XAWT Sit - wATBi.PBOr
CLOAK. LLOIilB- Afeevwthae malntef Bprin
0 teak Ololhe. la aU eMrabl ariatfot Biadiaea, Ita
tm and BaUoa te matcb. .BAIJ I Sow,
apru at. v avaa ua mt
AUCTION AND, COMMISSION
Tnr. mti-ciiiBF.BHiTno i taken
.a kmsa aathsBlen . - -
N6I llEaM State St.,
Anctbn' &" Commission Roomr
Bs Is aow prepared ta retain en 0 ommlMloa tvtiy
dMorlpUoa of propertr, tnoh aa Dry floodt, Orootrlea,
Uqaon, f umltart. Oarrlaftt, Horiae, eto. Be alto
Intend It derate hit atttnttoa to taltt of Baal Betata
and rtrtonal Piopertjr, at any point, wllhla twenty miltt
of tht city. ...
Auction, Sales Every Evening.
Otntlt nmtnts reiptelfully tollelted
.... .
B. KINT, Aaotlonttr.
OOtlO'
IwETlV STORE.
HEA&LDY & EBEIILY
TJAVE REITIOTED TO THEIR NEW
HbXOBI,, . .L..,.; ...
Hpi, 250 and 252 South High Street,
and hart tttoetated with tbtmttlvta WM. BJOHAEDS,
under tbe Am of ,
Headley, Eberly i Richards,
lormlsf one of the lareeit Dry floodi Homes In tht
Weet.
' Thlt ' Bontt . it eonitantlv rteeirlnf Kew Ooodt,
ttchu - ' '. .....(....
NEvY. STYLES OF DRESS GOODS,
IRISH SILK AND WOOL POPLINS,
PLAIN AND riGtJRED REPP GOODS
PLAIN AND FANCY. SILKS.
.r;r' l .... ".. . ... .
XhteTtwntandKaaUitireltepr . i
Hainilto'ri, . Manchester and Pacific
Ia the Oltjr, taa))t found at ..
HEADLEY, EBERLY & RICHARDS.
Balmoral Skirts,
In great variety, JoitrteelTtdbt '
HEADLEY, EBERLY & RICHARDS,
ZEPHYR WORSTEDS, '
.- EMBROIDERIES, TRIMMINGS,
- ' . GLOVES 4 HOSIERY; , .
LADIES' CLOTH CLOAKS,
Of the Kewett fltylet.Jotl recelred, and also made t4
order, by . . , . .
HEADLEY, EBERLY, & RICHARDS.
ALBO: U
CLOTHS, '.
.OABSIMIBKB, ,
BILK ItVBlVBT TBSIINQI
' 'BH1BTBJQ8, .
SHAWLS, '
BtEBINOBBi
PL AIDS, j
CHINTZ,.
; i-
.'1 ".a
MEBKIMAO PBINI3, - HOOP 8KIBIB,
COTTOH CHAIR AND OABPBT WABP8.
This firm, harlDf adopted tht Oath system la tht pnr
ehaitand salt ef Ooodt, are tnabitd to eell from IS to
peroral, lets than other nouns uadtr ue omit ayiitm
HEADLEY, EBEELY & EICHAESS
250 and 252 South High Street,
Calstaabwe, Ohla.
ortS-dly
-:
t T A TJ W TT TT TJ VP T! T7
W W AO. aV aU, W W db a. -
. BSMMaaaaaw a, aaa Aaa
lYlbHUnAni lAiBavrn,
No. 220 BoutH yZiah. Btret. Thraei
Xoora South of XUob, -TTll
init TMelnd a eholea ttock of BALL AI
IT WIMTBB, GOODS, tnltablt for lentremtn't wear.
Oaetomert will bare their orders neatly aad aabttaatit
ly txeeated at tnt lorat rate..
' ttpUB.
SPECIAL NOTICE-S.
THE. TWO EXTHEKKS
Tht oommon, weak, adulterated ataipoundt ef Bala
ratat which Injart tht health, and art aim oat worthies
art one extreme. The pure, efficient, wboletoae, and
hannlem Dietetic Baleratui audt by Janet Fylt, at Itf
Wtthlnfton Street, Hew Tork, b tht other extreme.
Ohoott between them at you valnt yeur money aad yoaf
bealia.
Far Feanalee CemerallrTht Brandrei
PI1U eannol bt too blghly tpokca of. Tbey remove
obttraeUoat, girt entrgy and itrenfth; tare tne dla
trtttlni headache, unfortunately to prevalent with tht
ttx dtprtttioa of iplrltt, dnllneet of stght, Btrven
affections, blotehes, plmplta, nllowneM of tbt skin, ar
removed, and a Juvenile bloom and general tprig ntllnct
Indicate tht power and healthtalattt ef BBAHDBBIB'I
FILLS.
Ladles, at dtliottt periods, will find them unrivaled
they art tht best mtdlclntt for mothers and children,
and eurt worm, and eottivtntai.
Let It be rtmtmbtrtd, that BBABDBBXH'I TLUJ
art easy in their operation, and yet unite mildaete with
efficiency, and require ao alteration of dltt daring their
ute.
Btrt. aforgan, corner of Uth itreetand Vaioa Square,
Bow Tork, was dying, apparently, t Ooaroarnow.
But wat glvta up to die by her PbyttolaBt, Bad all her
fritndt, bat after aainf Baaawaara'a tntA Jet aft
wttkt, the oongn left her, and .be beftn U segalB her
itrength, tad U BOW able to attend te her dntiaa, an
feelt sure of sot attaining rokattbtaltb.
Mrs. Wilton, of Bo. Bt Btaea street, Hew York,
eared Pnpetxia, Small Pcx, kteatlta, D ropey and tr
phot Bitot, aad aU Beadaohet, and Bllioot dieeatts,
with lumm'i Poxa, trill ht pttettd te aotwer any
qnettlont. , .. '
Bold by Jon K Ooea, DraffieV 09lambas, and
all reepeotablt deawrt In medieiDet. 1
oerso-di,., ,, JWJ,
JATrtE .AOTJB- MXIUBEe"
It aa Infallible staiedj for ferer .and Afut. .' Tht
perieoee of many yaart, ia almoet erery eliaiaai, proree
that whore atte ia ttriet accordance with the direction,
It hat rarely failed to can, aot only by breaking
ettlla, but by removing tht morbid habit of the system,
prtTeatlng tht teeamnot of let dlttatt.
fXTBB IBS AQ0B, thoagh aot In lleelf danittroua,
it apt, anleet tpetdtly ' remertd, to' Bav each a permV
dou effect on On lyrttae, at to engender ditordtn aiuoh
mort baneful (han tuelf, and which not only reader
afur-llft of tht patitat aiUaeahla. bat are ta thttattlvt
ortaa ratal. A rnaapt aad etaetaalnraedy It theeacore
What It wanted, and at such tm. B. 'aval's Aera ntu
Toaai eonAdaaUy aMoauMnoed.' Bar tel. ay Vaairt
Boaaan A Baaroat, Oolambot, aad tryfea erery
wbtr. '
apld4wfrlAtatw4 u . - r. ,
yriMANHOOI).
ff - SOVT. IOBT, BOW XlirOBRD.
Jaat Bnbliahad ia a' Sealed Barelopoi rriot ett.i
A ISOTTJBS OH TUB ITATtTBBJ, TBBATBTBBT AST)
BADIOAL COBS Of Bf. BBMATOBESLBA Or Bamlnal
Weakneee, lnTaionawT 2a1 DtbiUty, and
Imi iillmWr tt Mwriar tenoralUy, Mtrrotaaeet, Cow
aaajpOnaW aPlraaej BO mmmmmm otm. M-
oapJrluiTfre- aboat. A. By Bbart
OaJrervell, M. P., author of tnt Ortea Book, Aai.
A TMemsmBUB af Batterer,
Beat aadee teal, In B pbda aavtloK It any ddrea,
a m aa naarDt of two ttamiw, Sr. Oil AS.
STo.AUNBVlH atawfy,Jlew Jotvraat Oiloe Bow,
. . . . eepaw
latter errittaaay tht JUe.. i. t. iHcaaa, paaMe at'flM
rwrrnolnt-Stretl Baatkd Oharoh, Break iy, B.
thtojoamal and Memngtr',1' Cflnobnta,0.,aad speak
eelamat la faror tf that worUraoet-rjed avaUcioa, Ha,
yrneaurw't BooTarat tncf roa Cam Tn aiai ;
' I'Wttntaa adrtrtbnaent Jn yoat eolsmn efBt'
oiviiaaj'iSoOTBiiiatTair, fnwt tsr"-t f'Ai woet
lja ti vor of aDtatajei1!riner(tfret c ' Ii i, t'Jtwa
laal or-ip.lIea tot&y fc foul leaders tint liii 14 aai
bug--' bats m rr, aaa tsotr it t i
ovaiaa. It pretably eoeollu mort toroeh, 1 aed1.
eratt of tb day, tin at It ot 1 tat bt. And tbott
of jaw raxtert wno ban keMee eaaH de beetv thaa
lay ta try' oJayd
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rtrFEH tsa aawat Extenelra'Asearta
W maattf , . :, , ,. . -f .
Brawn Bad Blaaontd Oottoa riannab; '.
1 Mullna; fc4 ii
Wamaler Oottoa Bhaetint
Btleet Btritt at OaUeo'a and BtlalBttj..
-iicaiDes, Buiriinia, kuotoamt, -Aad
Cotton Battlngt. . 'i '
Alao, Btaktta, Jlannelt. ' - -
! f r
V
Oamliatmt, Oioak Oletht, tle.tto.
, KOnBMltwiepwpnett.
octld
""Billflt lOH,
SB South Oigh Btrttt.
Flannel ' 8hirtina";
ntiAIN,PIiAIDBTAlPKDeV T WILI.a
j. lev ' xnt mett azttntiTt tswi u wa oj. - -
: , .Army Woolen loekt
:i;f 0,;J
Bnaker Hlbbea Boctt.
Under Shirts aad Drawers.
.f to 0.1
- . Oottoa and Meriao feooat. ; - i - ji j
' T Golden Hill Bblrtt.
Oeat't Kid Qlorea. ,
f ,.:t.??'u?1i$?iM low,'-'
oetlB ''' ''"r; 'afeii ft sjosthHIsb ftretf.
PRINTED OTTOMAN HEPS,
Plata Ottoman Olotht;
Hagtntaend Bltoa oaeea Ttienciat, ,, ; i,;
Broobt Bonbalz Dram Oooda
Balmoral Skirt.: , . . , -
"' Attaaadtrs Kid OlOTtt: -Hit"?-1 -GKrrt
Trail Hoop tklrtt. .:. "'
.wi;..-.,- v. ; Oereett. HeirKtU. ." ":.
ttf ( Piatd Merlnee.''
r.--V;vt ...:'-. -' BAIN ai BOH, ,
octW ; ' " Ho. Boalh Hlh Btrett
1 "' i r.
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DISPATCH
Vaitted States Expraaa
'. r. '. " . ' ' .1 ..l.M'l riwH
FAST FREIGHTINE-1
Via Sew York' ft Eri MW, J
And all other Road3 Leading West
v ' : and Southwest... . : .-"V'
t , . .i ' -.' ( I . ,ii Ai ..' -i3 .i. .t
Obarttrtd Can ovtr stott Boadt on Fatwnger jTratni'.
,t i;1
LI it. HAVBT. Ae'i. ' I A. I. KHIOHT.'Ai'f,
SSI Broadway. W. T. I .. S5 BtaU B.t., Bottoa
WMi E. MBIT, Buperinteadanti Boffaio.'v
' " H. FITCH ck BON, Aentt, i,;
: 8T "Waa Broad Streetv
COLUMBC8, OHIO.
MP13
VM..H. RESTIEAUX,
(BTJ00BSS0B TO McKBB St BB9TIBAUX
No. 106,' South '' IBgh street,
v
CROC ERICS. PRODUCE
' ' " Pr'oVI8IOII8v'
Foreign and ' Domestic,-Fruits
F L OUR. SAL T, LI Q O O R ,8, ETC.
- . -i i ii i ,. i. . i it j
8TORACE & COMMISSION
JbjrU
7-S
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; Baltimore Clothing House,1 J
Maaon
'AorrjaaUJ
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READY-MADE CLOTHING,
; No. 308 W. IWtimoretree
) L (mrrwmni araaBTT a smwaBB.) ' '
f
BALiTimOBE, Od
Asaortmant at rtaas and runiUBtn
Ooods ConsUaUy ea Hand ;
WM, KNABE & CO.,
AT THEIB UBW ABjKlf-aa" luai
ftOOM, XO, V MJJ.UMOMSBT.
i aaa " iijr i
BOA l,l,Ban4TB. BTJTAW 8TBKT, ;
. , Offer for sal their otlebtattd
GOLI
,DEN MEDAL, .
; ' UK Art U ' '
- AND 8QARR
: rtANO-FORTES. ' '
MMnm hlrhre neomaanded By tne un rroieajui, aot
HoeioaT Amateurs of the country, and - ....
1 IBIIBTJBTBIt
V"'"1' WABBAMTBD FOB J Z'S. L
t ITVB TBABS.
Tb moat baUdloat oaetoeter may rely apon bains
pleated in tTtryreapect. .,, nn
Serm liberal. Wis. BTf ABB 00.
. BSLTZBB A tTBBBTBB, Agent, ' -etstilydw.
Oolambat, Ohlt
" -. ; . . FIRST ' . : rt -!
OPEWtO OFTHE $EA$0:;
SPRING A'Np SUMMER GOODS
1 ACrAlN OrrEKTO THE FCBLIO
. Liwwla In an Una. In at Mffiha
M M BJUIW DfW VWm VI VVt aaa a,
ated la Hew York 'at tnt eheaptet pankt ratetll of which
1 than ttu at tnt "aua pi . y .
tn and rrlenda art reapectraliy Invited to eel land esua
kia bw (rood aad Fricaa, aa I aa deUrailned to eell
ebeap or ebaapor thaa any other booee ta the elty; an
Mile my owa flatting, aad taptrlntand my own boil
iiiii. I liil ft nil ri urn my wag capenenc uvur
aatt, Urn reaeral Mtlafaotioa. tb. flneH ef wora-
BMJB aia WVIUJ . .ml www m .
en abort aotica, and wtrrantad to Bt. Btrangtrt Tiaittog
eormty woaw mnn mmi awaiie a",ut
b-oeepnrob-lni.Ur,. JJa
marehSO-dly ' ' ': Oof. High and Town tt.
l.v-i
bain & go u;
31
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Bo. 29 Boutlx .KIh 8trewt,iColbiyiisl
A BB BOW Of f BBIB0
8000 yardt IrareUn , Dreet aood a oi , Ttrae
jS34 atntt.
ISOe yardt TrtTtllog Drat Ooodt ttlSK, Vthie tt.
Sulie yard. BoflUh &.aee at 1 . vaia. oenU. ,
108 yardt B reach Orgaaditt at MX, valaa 90 eeirta. . !
too yardt feat Oolored Lawnt at 10, valat 19 eenav
1000 yardt Boalard Drttt Silu at J7X. valnt M eefltt.
1500 yardt BaptrPUIa Black Silk at 1 (JO. Ttlat
Bobtt of Org audit Berag, Bad Bnguth Berage, at oat.
imlfthdrvab.. . - .,.
JeM V . ,., South High Btrttt. ;
REMOVAL.
WitUAM H HESTIEAUX
i ' DEAXEBjlN
tw.) .; 1
Groceris,
. 0 ....... . . .. .rt t1, flw tOA?J
Arrouuce, v i -io
- T..7." . . .ProTiaons,
owigu and Domestiq ty&ofg
v, sv, Fjflits."to;cto.;j,'',,,,A'
.., ft-. , . lr kiil'J'i'.ee
'K'.'I tl -.Se el -i"v.i
'! STAB BIMOTBD HISSTOBB IBOht .
.al l! "Hi i t-' .a 4 n f.- f' ; i " o
ft o.' 34, it ft ftt tfAi(m'iint$i
i s.itwt streak r. fa v. t; .
ii.ii.i .( r'. .. ...ir-..l I'- 'tiael't..iet
- . 'i ii vi -.A ' e'-i'J "'' ' "ii- r k iiTit
... No, 10ar Bouth- High Street, '..'
Tht old .tend recently OeewpUi bytWTI. MuDONALB
l.-iW ,
rfjZZ M 'j attlstsdatlf iwotlPt , i ,lntM
ti EVV mio r ncsn -CCCDS 1
im ,JhaohfcwWetrt ,sa. I j
ct'ist far, CAaft r Cwaatrf rriXAde.
227 Ooodi leUrvrtd tt Olb trade fm'ef tttrteCI
1
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BBxwioanroBT) bt thb lats
A3TLEY COOPER,
DB.M VALENTINE M0TT
oe an tntc
The sokaowltdBjed Headt of tht Frofetdoa ia sdUt
........ v aamupnere,
1 Tht hert Dlurerlo, Tocio. and InvitroTant The ,
pneet- Eztraot of tbe FX AiilAN JUN IP EH
jailKKTm llio Furett and ltott Coatly Gin x-
lant.
INDISPENSABLE TO FEMALES,
INVALUABLE TO THE SICK,
, INCOMPARABLE FOR THE AGED.
ln THB SAFEST AND MOST
DELICIOUS BEVERAGE IN THE WORLD.
1 For Sals, Flat and Quart, by wary
Drogstnt Grooer, or Country Merchant
. LOOK 0VT FOB BOO0B
ON, I) ON QIN
s.
TKI ONLT OEinnhTB AJITICLH IB
CHARLES' LONDON CORDIAL 8IN.
B. BALDWIN & CO.,
i t Importers, 1 Liberty St.,
i- XL VV . X UHlVi
Bold Th ColumEn. Cy
l i NCKBB k BIBTIBADX,
Wbdieeale aad Betall Grooera, Bt teaman Building.
. -0. A. WAONBB,and other..
In ainoinntnV b BDIRB. BOKBIBINA 00.,
ooSS-dtodaiyw '' andotbert.
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS.
, i NBWABK OHIO,
nannlactnrera of all kind of Poi
table aad Btatlaaarr Steam F.n
. Btaea, Ktw Blllla, Vrtit mill,
- - Ao.f AC.
LASS A BODlXk Btattnl B. 1. BLAND YBtatenl
id, B. ' DUTJlLL Btattnlll COLUMBUS
r XACBmSCO. Btatmllll BSADfOKD
A CO. Btattnl tilt
Our Fortahl login and Saw Kill
Wat awarded the Brtt premium of 50 at the Indiana
late fair for i960 over Lent fcBodley's on account ot
Prtoe, lightness, simplicity, economy of luel
-7 and superior character of lumber enwod.
Onr Stationary Inline wu awarded at the aunt Tali
tht first premium of $200.
Onr Portable Bngtne wat awarded the flnrt premioa ol
$100 at the fair at Memphie. lenn., ortr Biandy't Da
Tail's, Colombo! Machine Oo1.., and Bradford A Oo"e. .
by a com mi Ute of practical Baifroad Bngineen.
for priot and tennt adiliem
W1LLABD WABNKtt, Treanrer,
deoSAwlytolt. Newark, Ohio
new goal yaud;
THE'rirDERSIONED KEEPS CONa
BIANXLt on hand and for nit, tht beat qnallty ot
HOCKING GRATE COAL,
which bt will all tt tht loweit murket prlcei.
Oall aad examine my Voal belore pnrcnailng elit
whera. Offict at tht I to re of Bnt'lforJ, gnydtm A Co., head
of Canal, i . i
. , D. T. 8TJTDAM.
tep96-3a .'
COLUMDTJS
OPTICAL INSTITUTE.
. .. V -- i
The Beet Artificial Help to the
. ataataa hiyht evr Invented.
I JOSEPH S. PERLEY,
PRACTICAL ' SCIETNTJFIC OPTICIAN,
KEEPS TBB' LIBGEST ASSORT,
mtnt of tht aott improred kindt ol Bpeetaolet.
All hit aiettea, whether for near or fajMlghted, are
groaad la concert eonrtx form with tht grtatea etre,
to at to suit tht Byet ot ail eatee, oaring Weekneaj,
Dlnlneai or Innanunatioa of the Byea, and Imptrting
itrength for long reading or lint ttwln. - '
Offioe, 13 Bait Btatt tUeet, at Beluer A Webtter't
Hailo Btere. ... -i. rt ..
aagS-dly r " .,
,Honry 33Haolaloxr,
; (Late of fhalon't EitablUhment, H. 7.,)
PR OPHIETOEt OF TIIR NEW YORK
Vaehloaable BhtTtng, Hair Catting, Bhimpoonlng,
Carllng and Dreaelng Saloon, -.p . , v
Bontb, TTIgh St oyer BalnTa Store,'
when eatiiftctloa will bt girea In all tht vtrloni
branckee. 1 .' 1 1 .
Ladiet' And Children'! Hair Brewing dont In tht btit
Style. - ' - ' , , ; .
. W.r.' v;1";'.' ::;yi " .-..v.:-;-
OysteraTOysIers!!
C?-. -tLw "TJ3LGr:NJIiMrL
HAS JCST RECEIVED, AND WILL
bt la dally receipt, by Bxprett, of
- PASSU OAS & EEQ 0Y8TEES,
frym Baltimore tnd Fair Baeen.
Call at Wtgntr'j Oyiterand fruit Depot, Do. Ql But
Stettttntt. . . , t
Colnrabns Wholesale Liquor Store
LACELLE ROSS & CO., '
; COmilSSM MRCH4NTS,
JJ1POKTIBJ AND PlALKRg IN
B) fli ,r4 I i J . 0 '
f orelga and Someitio Winei. Branfllei,
OLD R H, MONONQAHELA ' BOURBON
WABBHO0SB AND OfflCB, 824 MTOTII lUflrJT.,
, k a i u' 'cdLtriaiijs, ohio.
eaSdlyl .tH, 2i tjt.
i ii iiDnmni ,a .
XTSFlXLlaxxx uQl.
coLtxnBcs, ompj
.-i i .
iGRICPLTURAAJllAlOUSB
nrtiaxa., peoa, cjtoi.
iITl.(V ili'W,"tli t,.'l
i;EimnAL hardvahe;
ak- . A v . . ri'Ta(--Tr
f" V BAIL8, LASf , lAta, YCttl, OOBSlOB)
aaBMt Platwl, WaaA WlUaw'wfcr,
abteaat Baabw Belting, I act Leather, Hott tad
etwus

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