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The "Coming Man."
i, ,ta: He nanallv appear.
When " "
With mJ of out oountrjmen. cue y .go,
. ...... .fcal-nomlD matt.
i.. nwated will, the robesiii w
Th..on. after mother wm
To b. ;o. dlgalt;.Cd lastly Jc C.
r.T!- .Mi.M. -But fate or something
A.; . ,. w decreed otherwise.
I.I. timet bo rid of tbio UUuoln.tlon.
- Th. ea. of ib. w'orklM l"
saviors. The Israelites of old w.nlea a "com-
log; man- '"6 . ,, ..
u. ,t wd .and .shoulders, above all the
u. Yt he Droved tbe nationVourte. 8o
it fcftht.Wble5bBTr?epe.3orgewB w
relv oo t'xqUtm l4f V ? !,0,rt,
and modi wm. have .ought link, under
tetor, Kiog or Empotof rho they might Idol
lid, TlKJouiy w-rmi-l 13 J t . ' '
if ,,tr r to be sated, aod saved ai It
i. .nd '-wlib'ftft It ff ientnevatto Inttita-
.loan, 11 ant t Ahe P?se?:
selves. W.-muit ceait fooWftl tor the dent
of , coming man'Nlo ix1t tlf.lo
come, and we ebou'.d a bow down beforo bin,
be would be likely W pVawj-arSatofi M to the
Israelites, a soaro and a ouaef :.,
W. m have great enrU and able lUtot-
meni bit il onbtteeir"'f the best tha no
onoottoonilihooldo lo publlo estimation
ery high abuv tla .rcst.nor Tepeobigo m
oma who remain ia'HaU- ilfe".1 Wone of
toce ahould beplav lm 'J0" mw
of the people; but hey a should be mere tn
KtmmeLti for the txecaUu'B'or the popular will
Erer in thlf codatry mnet W be ble'to eay
the people are greater than any one nan or any
set of moo. , j.i'jn
Autumnal Reflections.
fi, Wnrnn la tke Year" ctrfectefl.' The oth.
mt icaaona are but preparations for the autumn,
i. tiietf c'rosn aI;d,llory., Finite and
cralas- kavft. attained iheir pll s'ritTt'
have been gathered, or are being gathered Into
storebousee for brimh laslsnases ttl soioy.
ment. Autumn resembles the mature psriodin
the life of a god man, when the rieb proaiaes
r nnth atii eri manhood are more wan re
deemed by the, thick clusters of fcobW d g
etoas deeds. ri..?, , ,
Wo are now navirjj, oa the whole, a plei
and abundikDt .autumnal season. Whatever
m.v have been tho 'cause 6f out present great
nation .1 calsmity whatever tSs sin or sins of
which we, as S. people,-f as Individuals, may
have been guilty, tbe same benign and bountl
fol Povidsnes still, as bsrttofora, watches over
ns, giving us the froits and products of the earth
in their season, and making empis provision ror
all HNifaaeds. Sbetld not this lead sis W be
eratefut. and wherein we art oonsdous of bav
lo erred, to imm'e?(Ialraiid true atpentanctV,
Two-thirds, of thn. asHunm of 185lbas cow
pissed away. : Truly snay wo tika np tba lam
eatatloc Ae summer lsovef,. tbe.harrest Is
past, and our country is not saved! Yet looking
back over the pist sii months, our heart are
cheered and eaoonrsged ty tbw reeolleoifon Of
dm; prfhotic,Kenefoaa. and : UruiC dead
in ibo 'aefenBs'T.Bd 'kappcirt of otr coucVj's
ciuse. Tosre hart sol waMiog iaetanoes
of cowar'iUce ai.a ktAciar j--il-S'' ars igasa
among ns' who,, teckkes of eoosiqtoct) lit
bent on sowing broadcast the su of suae and
dissension among our lojal people j bdt fulj
two-thirds ot the population at this "great oom
trv" are nutted as one man la a determination
to count no cost too dear no sacrifice too great
for the sake of saving that country la it integ
rity and In all it greatness. This shanimity
of purpose Is the, anchor of .hope for our solva
tion as a people. ;:i-,t
17 The Washington Star of the 25 ;b oon
tAins the following Interesting Items: ' - ' '
Autumnal Reflections. RUMORED CROSSING OF THE LOWER POTOMAC BY THE
REBELS.
Tbe tug Marray, Captain Parks, has arrived
at th N.vy Yard from Indian Head. OpUln
far as reports tnal the George Pag was seen in
the FotiBue between 8hippmg Poiat and K vans
port yeatarday at noon. It la suppoied she ran
out ot Acquis Creak, screened by the darkness
and fog during the prevaieoe of .tbe storm
night bafure lut Ysterday afternoon she was
observed to crossover to Jo4 Maryland aide,
and Captain Carke.wiih bis glass, could see that
sbe was eronied with men.' 8 tie was only ob
served to nuke one trtp - Bhtrerossed at Budd's
Fsrrv (Otte BvaarpoH sod Sbieptot Past).
where Ua river 1 about s, eew-toott. .aatt
wide. Bbe le eovareo: and protected by tneCoo.
federate batteries, which have recently 'fhrown
balls, from tbelt rifled gun aoroas the river,
and to a distance at w mile lrrt Maryland..
sveral small boats have been obeervtd crow
ing at or near tbe same point. . A schooner with
wood which rua Uia block Vsietdar, beard
to ftring btwer U Island Bolt aed Frac
born and the Meuniaa Point batteries qilt dis
tinctly night Oefore last j-. ,fliv ;.
Tbv war lying at Indian Head yetrdy
th Harriet tan, Yankee, Hal, Wyandank,
Harbtrt. and Marrav.fnblcb last hu com no.)
Th woiid soboonac meatioaajd, tsporta that all
th Oevarnmeot transport t ttmltb's Point
have gone trooxd to AnoapolU.
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REBELS. ANOTHER ARRIVAL FROM DOWN RIVER.
Fear eytter boat bav arrived tbia morning,
two ef which left Patuxent river (Mill erek)
on Saturda), at 3 P. M. As they cam np tbs
rivr, tb saw na buri at Uatbue PoiaW
bat smv awttat Imadred souliar oa to rout,
arnird wrth musket.- Passed Acquit Creek
Saw the Geore Fat fiiiaii up and com down
to th end f modi iiabo wharf, ae If ehe
was oomicf et after night.' Prooetdiog an tbe
rivt-r, pasted tbe batteries at Qtntloo, which
fired twice at ch Veief. tAhry passed, bat
did not stt-iks.elAer.'Jb CosfJiuat war
ee bailJinJ eatiary a Cockpit faint Tbey
bad cm ail Mi woods oewn behind, and left tbe
front trees to" eover Jhe bittery till ready to
opca. At ' Qtanllco they aaw the Fairfax,
vhluk lLa .bam lauinaaiad U b unload uif
Tbcy alaoaawau acbauuwr Mary Vtrgiaia.oi
WaMogtoo, loaded wiia wooo, sieo teaea ny
Id. Th. Mnna, fltf.t ar.a l.tn.
iub ww. v.M i r i m J
at Iudiaa Head- Tbe eaemv base Sb log boat
anebored eodav Cukpia i'tttat, eacoaMi wun
to small cuust also lb acncoiirr Xioseom.
K3uai4,wiUt to aVUus. bes 1st 4((lc' Pf
.
REBELS. ANOTHER ARRIVAL FROM DOWN RIVER. Colonel Van Dervoer.
- Th Vj cn Empire js tbat ,oieel Van
Dimtn t th Thirty Blih Ohio Vlattw,
now in ften'orsy,. w at tn vroum ana ci
(!ao( ciiil; g horn to iLtmiliun oU theay
of tbe late t.u iftion- -11 voted an 9pn
DsmooratolkUeC Jh gallant Colpnal wanted
tnvtior th una Caio tieket.a&l d'.d SO.
'
llIrscocdlsrlfiht.-m.srtrlrT.
Latest from the South.
. RlohmonJ papers fif the 17th Wim, two iefi
hn mi tint.trl AMU1 1ir!nAJ POlltjfciD.
W "-Bl " - f 1
The Riobmond Examiner of the l WLt&Js
p Air lirnnn.U. under rommiDfl ok uua. uw
ttrrU fnrniihad with OOtthoet-
. '! - " ' , t L h
ana tunem rifles, witn ewora oayuocw lv,T
ed. These celebrated weapons need nb praise.
They are in the band pi parties who know not
to.osetnem. ....., .,ih un t-i
Latest from the South. FROM MANASSAS.
Th lUt, .! fmnijtfanaflswe to ullof in-
tereek u PaSHngerii.ilroiB Ikerexny iaa uenirai
train, y esterdew report 4al i atrra uouri
Hobjo but bin abandoned by our Uoopa, 6b
Teeaday night, aoajtbat the sboOaU tbcaeigb
borhood, pretioasly eeejipied by m, for thequar
taiinir at oar soldiere. had been barned,o pro
rent the eneny froai tuning thena so woeful ao
(taum.':.Oar trooM are laid to have retired in
the direction ol CeotrerUle-V All Tuesday bight
the iraina from Manassae to t alrfas were bust
It emnloTed In transporting troop and carrying
MDuliaa batfk to AlaClU. 't L-n,t .ni3 i It
,Jfaseengera3aiW:4taM tn( njaaTf amok wae
heard in , the direction .of ffaiif yesterday
marnlog, for Aatt. a how4tetoe the train ieti
ManaasM k'j-U.i ! ci iUv,". -iJu '
FEDERAL VESSELS CHASED OUT OF PAMLICO SOUND
BY CONFEDERATE STEAMERS
' Th Norfolk Di twit of yeeterda; ijs:.c
Th ateamer koanoke. Cactiln Ilobbsar
rlred nere last evening,' about ft o'clock, frpri
Tbe Roanoke left the islanfl at o o'clock 00
Monday afternoon, and her captain reports that
vnf VfOoreaerate iieamen vuriow, rauuj, jivn-
lelth. Window and Elw&rds. left on Sunds
afternoon; under the Joramaod ot Commahder
f kj. ...U.Ha.iili 'Vm VinaW. n.m tea
beard on Monday following iri'tbe ttirrctlou of
Batteras,' wHlon Degan a; aayugni, ana cootui-ned-
itoiil 8 o'clock i bht 'no: rcoornj "iront" the
expedidott Bid 'reach td: ' the' Inland ten ue
. . - . . A .1. . ' .1 . '..!( I . ...J U. .Mill tij
.uauvM . - . .... ) ) . !. ; i,4
' Tn capwm further states that ft was report-
ed tbat two reaerar war steamers were oruuing
in famlloo' Sohnd orevlons to the departure of
the 'expedition", bih ;tha( tbey were chased oht
by oor steamers.
Ho
T.'..'fiiT Rna.Tiotrr !. correscondent ci
ttfa" Atl anta,' (GaL J IMtigimr, jscribiog.i
naata KOSlngai.aajs:; wjoi .J
'I s'oarcelv know whether we aohleved vie
tore ot auffsrad a defeat. . We did tha date
which we wfut to' perfocoani did rt we4l 9t
w snot aown par own fiuuua in iiBinoa.;Ut'
deed, tblnk-as paDT of dot men were abet by
friends as ny locsoigaijsuauanug ts a oan
serous Dnsinets, espaotativjv. an enaoown coun
iry. as was.iue iniaoa wi qaui nva.j ,
i Killed and Wocndib. Toe Peoaaool Qb
Srrp.r has (he follow ing'semi cfflaial statement
v&illsd Kit,wouauea,JJ prisoner) 7i Among
whoa .Is leut."8re, "Th burgeons, . who
wer sjcrMted while in lb perfurmaace of their
duty; have been ielaea Upon parole,, not jo
serve again in ie Btat of Florida.. ,v . ' . -
We have 18 Yankee pilsonersj; Instead of J3,
Mrp,vTKu. p ,..e.ijij';ii)ijj t.ihora
Sews by Iilsgrtpk le the Bldmond Sxaaussr ;
THE SOUTHERN COMMERCIAL CONVENTION.
' Macow, G i OA.16-Tbe Convention, thlt
morolog, pase4 a reeolstion' recommending
Congrs t open all the port of th Conftd
rat State free to elf countries st peace with
IBctft, U,vttlc- ' v -
: Maoon, Oot. 16, P. M. The Convmtlon' this
momof adopted, witn great ' entbasiasta and
uoaaimoosrv, a resomtlon reoommendlDS Con
greee to suspend theoolleotion Of Import 'duties,
and to throw oar pert open for free trade to all
nation we malatain peace with ns.' 1 ." "
- fiomeelleht ioifiotoand addrtlons'wrre
mad to tn aeuoa r touonveotion on veeter
day npon an subject f aavaoe oooa cotton.
A resolution wae at' adopted reooestlnr
Coogrees t alter ana edj Ht coins Weight, and
meaeure to a neoimai raao. .--t
A eerie of reeolnt on were also adapted to
relation : to the scqaestratlon set, and recom
mendine that tbe pat ment of debt sraMetered
bnet reqnlred during th Wart that olalm for
isdmnUy andldbtdesd dn the North be
allowed as a set-offi that tbe court be empow
ered la eerttkr eaaee at modify tbe retroacting
rffeot of tbe kllli and that tb propwty ot
Northern rtldnu laboring under the disabili
ties of coverture ot Intaacy be exempted.-
1 A cocaaintee, eooslsuag or delegates from
Charleston, Savannah and Mobile, was appoint
ed t eztnm Into the plan for a marina bat
tering-rem, submitted- by J. R. Batts, of
Georgian - ' ' '
, in bdnventioa tnea aajotrrneo.
Latest Intelligence from the Kanawha
Latest Intelligence from the Kanawha Valley--Skirmish at Hawk's
Latest Intelligence from the Kanawha Valley--Skirmish at Hawk's Nest.
Tb steamer GIenwod and Freestone, frees
the Kanawh Valley, arrived at ouw wharfthe
forasM ytrday morning and tbe lattst last
evening. Ta Glanwood brought dowa a is
prlsoaer, ta chsrg wf Sargaant-major Xing
and a dsuohtMnt of eidirs lroaa lb Seventh
Ohio Regiment. Th prisoners were sent dl
rUy to Colombo. ? '.. t. .
Th rreeatoa avwognt Uaier oph-W
Bark of th Tenth Ohio, wbo 1 quit til of f
vet. a4 Lleat nmt Ross, Qaartermstter Roots
and Adletaal Fantcy. .Tbs Tenth has now a
atnei field eflloervn duty. ' ' '.';'' I .
i From those offlose w bav obtaiod tt par-
tlonlar of a skirealah which took plao la tb
nelgaborbood ef Hawk's Neet ca New rlewr,
tvn tnue above uanicy unegeyon tn art
noon of Monday lass. . Abawt tncee o'clock on
tbat day oor aicJuta wen flrasi npon aorosa tbat
rivar. bat wltaoal any daaaagav - Parts of th
tb and xou regisMOts, aaaer eommaaa or Col.
MoCook,r immediately repakred to the spot,
womb, was at Miller- Ferry, wheal tmddanry a
rekt cavalry company ana Mtttsj two an
three hundred mlilua appeared frees among ta
wood aaa aklmlsrung eomauao. 9 A dnU
ry triag was kept np aorses th rivee fr roar or
flv boar, with n other loss upon oar aid teas
ot killed and two wosmdod, beloogicg to tb
Twenty-eighth jugtmens. i I wonsonoutn bow
lifers wsM bvengbt to play npoei th rbele,
wbw taanarod to dodg lb maaket fir behind
th trc, tint some shot and shell treat , tb
bwlura dlalodied them, and tny fell back.
dragging- Jv or sis killed c wousded with
tbeea.i-j i.i. .i : sh'.j w. i .
Thext dsv, bswever, thev r-appard ia
ttroog fore batheykojged th wood and
fired from behind traes. Coi. McCook ordered
rifled ait poaoder to b brought ts beer, aod a
iw ronnaa, wau tureoita, tnivra net puni
er frwes th treee, and that firing la all dirto
tloa mad It too dangerous for tbem to rentals,
aad.abey bad en tire It d leap scared when tb
Freawtoa left a?'i i .'if -
There is great deai pt sickness In the
Elevwoth sUtimoa,whlohU at Oaaley Brldt .
and a great waat or forage ror aorses, bnt ota-
rwar tn cooaiuco or uiegs Temews tin-ehanged-Cia.
1
GwttU, 0:2S.- c in
Break in the Ohio Canal.
: W bar already noted th break en Friday
morning last In tb Canal about a mil from
tb foot f Superior veer. If oane I as
signed for ft break, which I about th length
Of tw boatt, ted in dacldtd tbe best portion of
tb Piret Divroieftk - -
iTba Hon.' R. H. If egen, Rrprtventaflve 1b
Cbcgree from tb 15th District, and wbo bat
long been largely coooccted with tb canal,
immediately nodrrtook th Work of repair. '-'
Nothing oould "exoeed th vigor with which
th worst ha ben 'prosecnted, a fore of oo
hundred aotf fifty men being mployd day and
Blent. vTb water le to b let on to-day,-whiob
lit admit tb Msssr or llgbt boats, and br
tn end of th week tb Canal will be in Tan
sies; order.'' '-1
Too much eredrt ftarJnet be awarded Mr.'Nu
ea for bio nnremlulng vrernood le faiHrtut
th repairs, sjbnr to Mn Jooathu Fritse,
ol lodepobfleneet tbahke f tna pablie .wre
H
uae(.iecsn i.f At sv r
jCPTt It reported that Governor Berry, of
New Hampshire, bat received node from tbe
Secretary of War that tbsUovernmebt bat a
abundant supply f borer tad wsgoe. and lbt
n mor aeorerrwre. i WHb ewardt'f five
bDdrM t&odvana taerlf knd all the peHfl'irry
mrarj of trsnoportatlon that ' are rej ilred, tcd
VMW ef tb aawr.apaveaeh wf the Ueleeneot
aeoi,ne) wbios y ow-aeara wbat wr
al'lr l.M-f . ...... I
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M-Ujor
hi
'CT.i-&uiteim l Xjwraal, Preeldesit
JJUeoln'a kota otv.ny U1M tbat Oeneral i re-
wont tried, to g on omocfttoln.
dort LLn. - . - -s , " ,..
o
Trip of the Steamship Pawnee to
Fortress Monroe.
t a board ef the. United States
steamer Pawne, wbo was transferred from th
Hasrlet Lane, writes as fajlloitj XVftsn Fortress
Monroe: "'. s " "
"As soon as we beard of th Pocahontas snd
8 tool eig fired Into, yon are ttfl we
replaced tn maobinery which. was Delng re-,
moved, end, at mldnght, steamed down tbe Pd
tomaoVAs we'apptafihed tb battery at Fcr
stone Point we were saluted with a round ol
muiketry, followed by th dltoharg of a heavy
Oeld pleoe. ' Then oame whining along a solid
33 pound shot, which struck ns tbrward, under
our bow gun, entering about three Inches into
the slds of the ship, and then, glancing, fell in
to th river. Th seoood shot told better. It
mads sn entranoe through the ship's side, di
rectly under the after-quarter boat, and lodged
in toe iron ease on tne opposite siae or tne snip.
The shots then followed very quickly, and were
remarkably well aimed.' My 'opinion is tbat
tbey can bit any objeat within their rang nine
timet out of tent Wwran tbe gauntlet of this
tire without returnlng-r-sho. This annoyed
our bravo tars, but opr captain knew, bis own
business best. , When we reached th anchorage
at Potomac creek, we took on award three hun
dred marlnee. We are now anohored abreast
of Fortrese Monroet J We at bound down along
tbe Southern coast, entire determined, to. have
our full share of the flgbfc. ; We tried tbrango
of onr new rifled gun on Bnoll's Point this af
ternoon. Tbe distance is setrlt'Sv miles,
snd our shot fell only a.J,fet abort W
oould knock the work then to piece, il it were
necessary. We have named the gun 'raaaj
Boweo's pet,' In compliment to oar , late! brave
oommander.. This. evening,' same rebel' tnge
showed themselves near .Snail's Point, bnt not
liking our sppearanoe, they mad their way
baok toward Norfolk..;: A large number of ves
sels arrived yesterday ani to-day .from the
North, with Gorernaa t stores.'!. m ?.
Swindling the Government.
Swindling the Government. [Correspondence of the Cincinnati Gazette.
MARIETTA, O., Oct. 23.
' Holding a position whloh enablea me tn kite
ness the affaire 6f Oovertment, trso'tacted In
this section, I hattea.'io lay bafora, jou, In as
brlsf a manner aa fxaaiblo, a sobsaie ol tbe
Government officials to swindle the Govern
ment out of a' fewDCuistl dollar.' and fill
dielr own apaflJ6us.,nocket'ai Unci, Sam's
expense. It is a well known- fact that our lit
tie city pf Marietta is-f 44 a place of tome
not at a bors twtafcr-Thousands of horses
have been and arousing bought, in. this vicioi
'ty. every ,dayv' The, .manner, of making. Iheef
purchases end, th cxteuslve swindling , opera,
Hons connected wllb-.tbtm,. ere suftloieriti t
ambatxasa the Govern mqt, od to merit the su.
prn contempt pf ,eyery mysi citizen, Jior
have, ;eeo and can be bought at oomparativclj
low raws; aod while, your officers era eoourlog
the Oiiaeirr and, . buying nersee at. $60 end $80
par head, thoy era at tb sam tlm demsadmg
of Uucl Ban tb nut suavqf $lQCi and $120
I know Uils to b auivtiy true, from the jeet
that oittoena are availing themselves sf tbs op
portnnity to yfuuitr fiir. rt," aa toey term
It, and nav now begun to carry on an extensive
spacolatlpQ la .this, way. "Mov eases of this
kind bav taken pjao directly within tbe reach
of. my observation. ' . :. - , - i
' Tale may seem a small matter at first, bat
when we oonsider that this stupendous system
ol swindling is carried on in many of tbe de
partment, we may, well voodex Ut appalling
magnitude. I, if naoeesary,, would tak np
arms to-morrow., to rid h eonotry ot these
smoothtongued,, whlic-llvered, dishonest offl.
eials. j-i ... u :
Hsve we an' honest man In our country t If
so, 1st os bv hint to command th depart
ment ef Southern Ohio. Put bint Into office,
and tb people will ruth forth to meet him with
HAM.
The Grand Jury of Seneca County
The Grand Jury of Seneca County and the "Knights of the Golden
The Grand Jury of Seneca County and the "Knights of the Golden Circle."
W learn that th Grand Jury of this count?
oaa numerous wiiaese oeior it woo were e
quired of a to whether they hsd any knowledge
or tb "JinigBtt or tne uoiaen uircie," or any
other political organisation intended to over
throw lb Government. - Tbe Grand Jury found
tbat none existed, and their aoveatUation most
effectually squelobee tb falsehood ta elroula
tloa thai there It a secret organisation in this
ooaoiyof the character ol tbesbov.. ?
We nnderstaad tbu v tvraaa ery bad We-
Kee, the editor of tb . Tribun. beor then.
In his paper ef Thursday last b lneted tbat
ther was aa organisation ef tb K. G. C. In
tbl county. He remarked editorially: ,v
. VUmlnona sign ana aspicioas privat inter
view may be noticed noon onr treete daily
and particularly among 'peace' men. The
sue Dec tad characters are well armed; doubtless
ready to rale the secession flag in Tifflo, as
soon as jen.jjavjs snau marcn on vraanug'
tan.1' . .'. J ' ..." . . . , ..
WH, tb dltor woo hnspeots bis neighbors of
belnx trattort woo sees. treason in trieodl
eonveraation when brought before the Grand
Jury, and planed nnder oatn, could give oo ev
idence to sustain bis newspaper article. '
Th . "Ooldso Circi Story" waa gotten np
the daybeiors the election la. aurlon county by
the republican to carry that county.;. Th ar
rest of th men charted with bclosr "nights"
waa heralded In vry dally Republioan paper
In th 8tat on the day of tbe election for polit
ical, efleot. Tb examination of th ptrtlet ar
rested shows that no such "oatba" a renre-
sented war ever taken. This Golden Oral
Roorback will tak it plan la tb snnals of
political Manchaseami iSmc Aifovrtittr.
What Holds the Rebel Army Together.
. . sjether. '..-.-
Th Frankfort, (Ky.) eorrespondent of th
Bt Louis RttubHM lavs: " '
r MTbe rwoent return of E L. Hnffman! slav'e
frost Indiana, under tb Fugltiv Slav Law.
give additional assnranoe to the world that the
Government is dot waging war against stavwry,
hot U vesoectlor tb rights or loyal owner to
all tbe troperty, including alave. "Th Cot
torf State have gotten np this wafnpon the
wide-spread belief that Lincoln intended to set
U tbelr 'ftlave free. ' How chagrined should
every tree genuemar) or tnoee rstate reel when
he see the eonettnt and tocomnlating proofs
of bit awn raheboodr, and ot tb pnrej and pat'
riotfe rnoeee of th Government.
Barely notning not tne eoneuve vower or
slander will keen tb Boutbra army in tb field
srngis aay alter n n naeae manliest mat intir
whale theory ft one grand lie from beginning to
end, and that, after all, tb uovernment is will
log ts protect 4bem In the -wnjoyment of their
liar. '- ' u" , - ,
u to BoQtB etn o mans to tier.evs uai tns
rebel reader have deceived them" In regard to
the DurDO of tb Dretent Administration,
ther It reason to antfclpats a popular reaction
which will aid th Union cam mor than ten
thousand recruit for tb army. Or
.
Our Soldiers at Cheat Mountain.
Col. Isaa ft: Marrow, of tb Third Ohio
Reglaeat, stationed at Cheat Mountain sammit,
a to editor or toe wheeling inuutn-
cer tbat be bad aeret witnessed no siarviug,
fmaiag and perishing among tk men ther.
eay b never aw soldiere better fed and
bettet cletbed. Uklng everything Into eontdN
sdoi. Col. M. lath oldest Colonel how lotb
Tolooteer rvie, bsving goo out with tb
thre months' men. Hi eommsnd bav endur
ed at least as msny hardship and bard wuk as
ssy other regtmeat, and est or tb whole n
tboasond end ten men, be had only lost one by
tiokoets. Tb Colonel says that wbll ther
mav b lost etna for complaint In om Instan
ce, the great trouble It with tw Class : The
Who bav Hved laxarlantrw at horn, and -Who
Itpeeted to deep on bed of roe, asd- thoa
who wer picked np aod muttered into- th eef
vie, !' condition, phytlcally. wbloh unfit
0.
.
then for tb life tbey ar omplld td lead.
.Cla. 0tr. 'l ir.yt aj v 1 -. ,.,.! m ,i
"
, t - m ,i I i -
Mrf.Prsident Lincoln Is studying tb French
language, "with a view to qualify herself lor
lb stor dlioatXireac( of her exelied U
tlon." So says tb 7'remr. I'in ;
WI thlok tbat sb bad better devote the tiro
tho coupled In kuitiiog teklDg and waking
I
war) lotblog for or btav vwlnterW-St(-
ItJ JltftlJ- i ' ' '' ,l- -I ' i'. :! ''
C , I' I ! !' ( J
A lit Kilut tv a Faicraoai sirs Hoasm
Lewis, Be York Twelfth JUgirawnt,
front T;raur Whil returning t in with
wll as hoc bd!ng-bow, oa Capitol HiU,
Monday, Ull frosn hi horse, dislocated hi
utrk, and diaoV', rfn c-.'isu !.'.. Tie ,;
Na- -lb sane Hsefl a-oavairy wewier rU
from hi bors and rallied bisoMVWiWti
fftiSeMt .'.ot fuir t:l'HU'M,!i'iri
11
PaaTT Limes. At a meet!; g or the Cabinet,
not a great while ago.lt Is reported that t'je
following patriotic, a pervy re lutlori wag n nn
Imously passed, whloe. winvlte'no pai.iy"
Democrats to examine: -i V . t-.'"'
ifeseleeo'Tbat antll tbe-war Is ended, no
Dtrtv line shail.b obrv4-)Aharralde&t,
or -any of tb heads of Other departments, ex
pt in ttc dttrHW srjif. f T ? t
yf 8. fAnAtts grsalpg 9f wt.( )
Tus Butt, Ron Diriar Exrjiiisn. One of
our exohange has dlscoverea to cans oi -tne
retreat of out-army iU Bjll Rusi 3lys
'When the battle was at Its hottest point, and
nearly won to our side, there eame word hat
there, we wo faoaaslas1 1 the Nw Tblk
Custom House. . Hence the stampede of U
leading bfiloers.;;Tbe men followed- ?
Headquarters Ohio Militia and Volunteer
Headquarters Ohio Militia and Volunteer Militia.
GENERAL'S
COLUMBUS, Oct. 22, 1861.
At a multitude of Isttert are received dally,
making inquiries i in- regsrd to . olothlog and
blankets contributed for the benefit of the Ohio
tropDi Iq tbb tfervioe, of the United State, It is
deemed proper to state, -through the public
press, that all contributions will be received at
the State Warehouse, Id, (Idmbo'e'Atd as loon
m anv eonetderabte number Is reoelved, will be
tent In charge 'oT'a" trusty "messenger to the
troops most In ne,d Tbe oontrlbejions may be
sent to my address, at the expense of the But,
and; fhf freight, t essryrdl, by' .transpor'ti'on
oom'panlesi will be paid here, i- 1"'
! For theire ' ochtrlbutlons no charge wU . be
made to tbe wldlertf M ttotlvijtyifrl:''.
i 8o' iu as ponible.'and the necessities mtf in
dicate, tbe wishes ol tb donors trill be carried
oat in tbe distribution, but tbe State oannoffur
bleb. 'trtnijiortaUhni6. the numerous agents of
benevolent assoclatlobs all over the. State, who
are detlro.ut pf entrnttjng tbe goods and distri
bution to some on seleoted by themselves." The
great expcpW, a well ai the liability of dupli
cating Contributions and giving them to soldiers
who are already. amply supplied, will ht one
suggest ftaett t IbVpubUoJ aiSl rast' all will
at one see th. necesdlty of forwarding their
contrlbntl'iMberei-"-5'"'' '
1 1 beg to add' that, from all tbe Information
we can obtain, It li hoped ted believed that tbe
statements of destitution snd suffering among
our soldier is, or has been, exaggerated. Every
exertion Is being mad by th offioers of ihe
Government to forward supplies to tbe trooot
aou oui yerj .icwjjqi)(rini(i9i-aciuai sonermg
are nowknown n I Mret'fl 3 Q
! I have already Tecelved' Lberal cwntrlbutUos,
and shall makfen Issue of tbem this week, snd
in due lime will make publlo-tbe dpoatloos
wbibb have been received through this Depart
GEO. B. WRIGHT,
GEO. B. WRIGHT, Q. M. General, O.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
HJ I CKLU.I INU I f
to every:reader
IT Is an isdlspniabl faet. that If any prrson wants en
of Uot0aforttUIjiUlSt4t;X BlaVKlOVIB
00AlS,b will uoally And laan Id larg. qaanUUatat
lUAttlvUS UtULUS'S.
' - - - - - . . , ..-.
IB any penes detroa or owning oo of tk hie ttyle
of HjaVKB OVSK OOaIS, wt.b wp atlaebed,
dea'i break your necks t learn whars to Had tbia, bat
n iv in
CAPITAL 1CTTYARCADE, 4
Ojipoali tbs BUI Bouw.
Ton will find then tbei Is sll eolora, kpt by , .
;A ,. , , . MARCUd CHlLDS.i
TVTi " mrer wear ao at thaSTLST VTrwn mi.
J Btartl SUITS, wnlea ar sol at th. c.nlul mi.
MW.I wu IM IUWJV. win pun in. 1. pilfll, .1
Y. - . MAHCUa CHlLDd'S.
VQU stay alas beta wast ef tUtTt sad T18TS. anrl
A there la bet oo establiahawDt la .the Weal wbei
rants aod Vans an to b ha to all strip, ihap,
V t iii.mm .... .u. .hu yinc. if in.
VArilAI MU X AKliADfi. ,
TVON'I fonet tb (XteBtlT anortmani f IHRNTSIT,
U Ilia WOODS, pertlenlarlv la WOOLIN SHIiTa.
ebleh yen oaa end to '-Bed, wtilu aa tlo,"t tha
, CAPITAL CITY ARCADE.
. Baprl&tM4ed by Marcos Ohilds.
TI yen wish to wear (anient MADE To art.
A Dt. yon 00 du bo rwtir tha tog to lb Mr
obartt tallarlog iMabllsbaMBt, Seat to tb Arcad, and
aiyearcoorneaieK eoaprlalog alt colon of
onm uwu. vaniame. alia viTtn Flash Vst
toe, and y will sonlr aeel with a rood st h nmhu
M. m ... - i i. -
rr- MARCUS CHILDS'S.
MItlTAET OgmtUZir, whta they com. to this
Ity. as ttranmn. and wlih to itt . P.-JI oru i.
WW H.WM W... WMI.MIH1 r. WWM. ..
AIH;U3 CHILDS'S.
Where a tars asMrtrarat ef BLTJI CIOTIT ns ii
nwn. wiuo(io( to u eqeipi. or an otsevr. caa b
jra amriH prists. - ,
MDonaties . J v T - -" (-
f MatTs, Chllds's :
,' Proprietor ot tbat extaaifv betloees loeallty,' .V
I0. fit 81 aa tt HIGH STBECTi -
' Opposite tb But Bona. ' "
BENEFIT ENTERTAINMENT.
TEBB SISIEHS , . , -
WEBB 8ISTEBSI i
WEBB SIITE89I
WEBBSUTaVHSI
. "V i
Armory Hetli,
Monda'y Evening, Oct. 28th.
a til
J. LI. & V. KCERrJER,
Corner of Broad tfe Front Streets
! .i ' I .; '?:,ki
I e-t T TT n Tt 1 "
W W W U U.
S1AUBB IN
CROCERIES, PRODUCE AND
j-, PROVISIONS. . J I'T
: . FOREIGN It DOMESTIC FRUITS,"
PiOTIE SALT, ' IIQTT0E3, ETC.
;JtBTjRS "it Ittl (UV IX MSIB BBABON.
ket8S-dly - ;' " .". ; i; - '
BOARDINQ I BOARDING
noDBOiBB:PLGlttllT ftOOBIs
vT for tight or tan peraooe. eae be had by appllng to
PATTiatOif, H 118 South frost trt, between
StaU end Towa Btteeta
Bting bet a oa aqaar from ta Stat Coras, make tt a
swwrani piac lur om tinea mea.
ectlS-dUs ' -
T7ERT BTTLItlH STRIPED CLOTB
v
SHaVVLS. WuwSttlrnaalSa aOwVala at 00.
BOO yard Bnptr Plain JlUck kit at 11 utl.Telas
Trench klerinis, (PK sent Vslat 87) e's s yard.
i a ata.
- . T3cnt rraoeai Warard. '
octlt No. 89 Boath Blgb Street.
E;; TVJ!COLLISTERr
Wbclesals am a He tall Healer la
PIT S8BUR0 n."" P.
.i 4 t. . l a , -
st.ee oaetantly ea hwmel all tk Ta
, rta uuAHf f ,, ,
Oct, Bt-lyd i'"K
The .(JiiarJ I ore cr. ;
AHr.lY:'TENT-6T0VE!
.nAbolpbv
JOEIIT L. GILL & OON,
I,...T'. - ft .... ,f,..'ln,,Ar
. ' f. .'i At IHKIE Hit BOOMB, U ! ) I
N"ds.00, 02, 94:& 0G.
iit ?i n-:ir o.
t 'i I.,
" 'I It i' ' 1 1 K "M ' i .1 ' j
Tha seatoit and moat eoaanleta Sura for Omaerr
teats Tranaraetured.'' '. , ''
' Bold ata vfy low flfiir. " w-i""'" : H'"r
Call act sxaaU ktlon pwUxaaalDf slatwkar. L -
ietS-dtf . ..,-( . i. i .!,., ...
iii i if i ,., ,. i , , i I. i '. ,
AlCin & EMERY i
ten 'SOVTH niGII STREET, '' ;
' I " .-tt' 0.1'- J':!'. I." .Hl ,. il-.:
i .- Uarsalullan Complet Aortmsntof
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
atoveocfeCrratcs,
m hji corns waiib;;
kTPAIST'D r, GOODS
.r' : ; t : . 0 almoit vtry kind, ') J.l .' )w. i
. ;'i.li !!.'.' U. r.i l'-i '.lil Iji"
Elegant Chamber Sets,
' !i ' 'SPICE AND SEEb BOXES, 1 , V
lin Toys,' and ArfiQlea in' that line,
I ' f,i tittle People;-''"' '"::; '
Itniros) and IWks, 'epocma,' Tulba,
i Bcltta, SbvoVwsla and Tone,
! - a;"J"-Ckal Kodft, bo, , ; r, L'
I ..'iv,1 nlr;,.; i , ,. J ..If .4
Me rw.-M UJiM-if.Wf -: J,
-jii h..-n-.r.-:-.;:t-r't .rr: :'!" '
.' ' M i u i-r -'....'iii iJ .'i 1r-i - i
W weuld call your farther attention tt the last (bat w
j ' arsSOIii AQBNIl8for.tl)taUof th
STEWART) O0K i STOVE,
Which I. toaU repeU( tlearly tbt'MATJToa!UT Of
TBU EliaHBH.1' baftot n tonal In tb omDliBs
of its prforaiaDe aod tooaoaiy ot foal. The eiearrat
tettlmony f Its aprHotity It tb raot tbat nano'ec
taran and oalr ai eonstaetlt imliatlcf it. eonlaf a
war it a poaaieie la UTftAMtb ArPKARANOB.
: Call and lamine our stook. , It is a troutle to abow
iwMtBMIm iio -iHi w-'-i !. .; : t -
GAIT HOUSE,
i ' "So. X78 Worth High' Street, .
!:C0LUMBUS,'0Hiai
TniS HOTEL IS BUT OHB AltD .
Bttf SQOtass froa tbt Dapot, end prons ar
rli or wltbmg to uk pass on any ef the train,
will Bod the Gait .Bouse cudlf a eaavenlanl sine-
ft.." fw)U.. - -i , I ... .
Patnniars waked up' at til hturs of th night fonany
ot thstr.ln.' ........ ..
Term BMdenU, to suit tbe'tlSMS." ' i ' '
Oranberrioa I CJranbeniea !
OA BRIit. OBAIYBBKBIEStllt GOOD
t)W OaOaa, oaali noiDt. rx,-
foraalslowhy ...
... .... WM XT BTTlTr
W H. BIBTI1ATJX,
lOJ South Ultb BiiMt.
oo tn
NATIONAL HOTEL,
NBl"uilIOir:IPOT,;'
!; 'COLUMBUS, OHIO.
JSC. nEYuoiiDo.
j TSRX3.... ...OKI rOUlRPIB PAT.
ectS3-3a ...'.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
I THE TWO EXTBEKItS.
Tb oomrnos, wak. adallscattd eoapoaads of Bale.
rata which lojnr th health, and ar almost Worthless
are one extreme. Tbt pure, tfieleat, wholesome, and
harmless Dietetic Baleratu road by Jamas Py Is, at 3U
Washington Street, Hew York, Is th other -extnno.
Choose between tbem as you value yeur money sad your
health.
Far Female Generally. Tb Brandreth
Fills cannot h too highly spoken ef. They remove all
ebitroctloB. glrs eaeigy and strength; cur the dis
tressing set dacha, anfortanately so preraleot with tb
ioxj deprtnlon of spirits, dnllnsM of sight, nrvs
Sections, blotches, pimples, sallownes of the skin, are
remoTed, atd a Juvenile bloom and saneral sprlghtllnei
iodic to the power and haal thtalneia of BBANDKITH'B
FILLS.
, tsdlts. at delleate periods, wilt Bad- them anriTaled)
tbey are tbe but medicines for saethsrs and children.
and cure worms and eostlvesees.
Let It t rmmbrd, that BIlrTDKtTB'B PttLB
are easy In their operation, and ys t unit mildness with
slBclency, and reqalrt no alterallen of diet during their
M.
Mrs. Morgan, corasrof 13 th treat and Cnloa Beaare,
Hew Tork. wis dying, apparently, ef Const aw iu
She was glrsn up to die by keg Pbyslciaaa, aod all bar
friends, but after nslng BaAnaaarn's rat lor a lew
Wwks,tb cough left her, tad ihi becaa to retain her
strength, snd is sow able ta attend to her dalles, sad
reel ear of toon attaining robust health. -"
Mrs. Wilson, of Bo. 9) Beach street, -New Teik, ha
cured Djrpepem, 8 mall Pcjt, Uatsles Propsy and Ty
pboslsytr. asd all Beadaabes, and Blitoo dlasaese,
witn BAoiirrs' fiuj, will ( pleased to answer any
qeetlon. , ,(-. '. . n
Bold br Joan A. Coos. "D oUt Oolamtma. and h
u iwiwvwctAoi. eeaiera in mentouas.
JATWE'S Ata UB" ltllXTW BE,
i$ an Infallible imed for Fevet t4 Afut.-i Tb ea
plrtcnr of many years, la alauct err Umt, proves
tbat where etrvt aeoordano with; the' dlreettons,
It ha rarely failed to care, not only ty breaking lb
chills, bat by removing th morbid habit e( th system,
prTotlng th seearreaos ef tbedlssss. . , ,-
PSVBK AND AGU1, tbeogh aot m llaslf dangtroua,
Is apt, anltst speed Ily laawred, to btr aaeh a em
eieus saeet on tb aysltm, u to cagudu disorders ssach
mor baneful than lUtlt, and which net only render th
artai-Jlf of the patient mlMrable, bat are ia lliemsslvss
ofUa nvtaU . A nrampt sad ffcrl sendy Is tboefar
what h wanted, an a vueb Da. P. Jaymt Awn Mix-
toss to confidently recom nvenilsd, ?er sal b Mom
Beawar Baaoaa, Ooaambua, aad by .( every.
wbeie. " ' ' .' - -1 ' "- - iv... .
, sepmialrltratAwtwV ji, t..,-, ,rtlJ r
r ' so w .-mm, irow butosid.
i laat Pebliaaeil tas Beatod lawelop; PrtoeSstl.'t
A IIOTTJM OH TBI RATUKB, TftBATH lift AHD
BAblOAbODhvlOI arcKMATOKRUkA Or Beeaioal
Weakeeae. lafeiaatary Bmimleea, Sexaei eMllt, a
Impdlmat le Meertag enmlitr, bieretroa, Oae
eaaptioa, Bpllepay am fit, WaaUl aa Payeteal la
eapaelly, reaaiUng broo Seli-sln., Aa. By Jtebart t.
Oaim ell, tL; aathor Of tb dreea Paak,aM , ,
A Sweat t Tliaaaaaa ! a(trrv
Beat aar seal, la a lala ovlpe, to any addrast,
est paid, oo receipt of tw etaaipe, by Dr. UUAS.
J.O KUJS, tin btwery. Sew lark, rem OffleeBoi
He iJUa.
.Ii'l i&'J In..1
Sp7;m1ur
Theollorliiir it motuctfrom a
letter written by tbe aVevj T. Kcbmv tenter at ta
rietii,BliBt Baptist Otamk, Ireeklra, IT. Tl
the "on real end Mmegir, ptarimia)!, 0.,aaj speaks
f1sae bt savor of tbat world rea award aierllriae. Ma.
Womlow's aooTBns Bran tw Imnaoaea
MWeeeeaa vartbrm-t-ywat-wraas eftla
Wnartow'e gowT.ii. Brir. how w aanr mit Word
bt rawer ef ( biedloioeffcefDr in on ti . Ww
hel eompnUrd T your r-w)r tint tM ta l Tbnra
ar" r,nti r( ir-ow rr w ti iu n
Obuwe. tt pwfcebly erjeef the avxt at j,r ,;fV vi,.
aioeeef idy. kwawa H S on ( ti e nt. And ti qm
tt yoer rad.rt wa nor babies eaa'lde swr ti t
kvtss eepyly.w eeavu.'
.Dciicstio Oottr.! C ae la.
J . tmsse- j
Baioel Btjrlee of Oalloo'san BelalnN:
.Tloklnira, Sulrtlon. eiturnama
- Ah S-i ry " n - - -- -
-w ....MSoathHIgbBtrest.
I ''icThrtln ''''
PLAin, FbaiD,nTttIFEDcT Wlkil..
ED. lb moituMndr stock .lath rjiif. ... .
-"Army' WoWBoes."-'"J '
r. Shake Rlnosd Books tt I odl I
. Undar Bblrte and Drawers, , ,.,
,4'Oottoo and mrlnooksTtl'J " '
T,aoldea HIIISblrt.r)T,2 TjrUuK'4 TH. M It t
'T'0nfsKldOIoss.
, y eon:. I,iaa Oolkrs, Reck Ties.
" ta. a vat av. i-vr
rttlg-r itfireST t.rsnHof.i IcuihBIgh fluest"
tBIIf TED OTTOMAN BEFB,1 " " M "
Plato Ottoman Olousi
iafntaad aiaoa oac Taisnoiaa,
fwBroobeBonbainBr jhedslfu.jui l.wr
arena vs at ej an aat
5 Trail Hoop rklrt;
Alexander!' Kid Blo-res;
Ij oolt.tMiono'M Plaid Merinoa-. "' -u .'-' .'
ton
Mtin
WS .u ' :i iSor amith Uieb ItMt. '
U,:. .,ii'-iw r ! al I. a.
i-Oil
It
.riieht-ivt .
S-jrmewrO .if.
tE ADLBY & EB
BTOEB,
VtW i250"anrl iiiikmgiiti,
and bav ast'oclats'd wUh'tttmstlf?. vfil'j lUOiUBDS,
nnder th Arm of ; ,. -io.i,.'ju '.i t! ,hihT T vA
J .(.'.ii ... iMata-iA .itoH .A
Pormlnc eae of th larsast Urr floods Donjea In (be
Wret.4 ,'oo.li4 t.M bo . ..t' .atu.o Jii
i Tbl Bens to com lastly receiving Bew Oooacf
ueaa ,,..i,nt htry') '.:Nt;i1 ,-iit?5 .t .4
HEW STYLES OF DRESS GOODS.
tma SILK AND WOOL JOPLIffsrif
I PLAHfAND JIOPRED Bfif&QPtitil
I .naTitl li-ijrf,
Tb4 N west sad VeataslsryUaet ,x"i.i .n
Hamilton, -Manchester' find Pacifio
-4l 'O Mr..W,T- t ' r-i.'i-vil i .
. vr.wtia wio .'l i-w-l--r l'
In th City, can be found at .
UbAULbi, bnciatii nixuaiw. .
. .a il .; Sll,:J ..--
, ' ' '. I.-,!-.? ,.Ji C ,JJ W i
Balmoral Skirts;-;
-.X1J-TI
fa rraatTari.tr,. laatrMafwJ - . " '1
, 7" ...".... I.- .if:
HEADLEYj -EBERLY. RICHARDS."
"-B.-"i-S Twin .Wi!4n uriir .H .'f
mo li .aitr.m a,ii. a jk. .? i'iv.V'
ta I I , f.''S00 ol i
ZEPHYR'vVORSTEDs,1
i.-ii-:
T "EMBIlbiDEuniiS,!,TRlMMIN03rin.
z: ;ewu it1 hosier "t'r,l
lAdi ifrs' b to i h o 1 6 a k
il"-1 .. viol iiinii"'i IT--.A
Of the fewest Stvles.Jast reeved.'aod alto mads to
eroer, y -
.BEApLEY, EBERLT. RICAARD9.
ci4 .!( -.- 'aM-tei m-.-nf.ti r"
l'l li- d l a fy'.-l.'lf.i:r'
i
IHAWtS.I ti.-n: 'ROUTES, '"'j
I i. t.lll !l ft.
MBdOISnn., -A' ,0WUttRtB,...-.rt' ,-
PLAIDS, j SILK wkTILTET 7XSTIXQS,
iHIlfllt, -j SHlirOB.- i -
MSUtlMAO PBISTS, V ,, BMP BKIKTS,
COIIOK CHAUt ASD OAIPP.T WAIPB.
cl '. fc--yi 'I ' '-woit .it .1 f ' . X i-'-""
This 8rm, harter adoated ftt Ca irrlem h tb nr.
ehawand Ml ef ilood. ar enable to sell from IS to SO
ereant. l-e ttian otaerhonar nadtr tbe credit systeai.
EEADLEY, EBEELY ft SICHraSDS,
850 and 253 Sontbr High Street,
Cflvraba, Onlo.
eelB-i
- ' v". w I .,.-v
AugrioraitD- COMMISSION
i;j:o.ojLVcX;
XHE SVjBSOniBER HATING TAttEPI
a lee ea tb Btsr Boom i.
hatepvrirdltasa. ? J "
f w ,i r i a v, -r
Auction & Commission Boom:;
t Ea to now wepared to reettr ea 0 ommlaMen even
deeorlpticn of properly, each aa Dry Qooda, wneerlea
Liquor, yarnltar. Oarrla, Borate, to. Be elso
lnundstseentebUaUenUoa t eel of Hal litati
aa Praal Proerty,al aoy olnt,withla twenty miles
os iauy. ; .) ..a . . ,:tM .-. v-ol
i ' ' " !'" ""' ' an j
j Auction Sales Every Evening.'
QouttTOeato setpeclfally sellsltad. - -' a
i M ...;.. W a. KANT. Auctioneer j
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Rin Ian rv rnnorn .
i 'W' W ST a aW W ami ta W Barn f -
OB. VALENTINE ZIOTT
4 o www voaa.
tk seksVllg4 steed ef taeNwma tt sum?
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The bw IMnretU. Toolo. and Liwlwomt. e-ha
rtneet Kalraat of in ITAXIAJT JUS ITEM
auuutXr- An 4rnrtt ana Host tJoetiT oi iv
IMOISrCNSABLE TO FEMALES,
iniiH.vnBu iv inc oivRr ' : '
INCOMPARABLE FOR THE ACXDt
THI SAFEST AND HOST'
KLICIOUS BEVERAGE IN THF WORllf.
, I roe Bale. Plata cnrl Onartm mwm
tonwflMt, &ro9t, f Country Mtuxsltaiit
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ns onxr anarrrnra aswmai
HARU8' 10 WDON-CORDIAL' fllli;
Void la OetaBBbaa ta, i. .Io " w .j
Wnolaaal and Petal I eroeer, Snt.m bnlMingy-
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I a Ohieaeatl, by SC1U, botvj,i4.i C0. ,
eW eljrw-.--.-.i-. x. " aeiaerm
rtPHTLE BXKIf tUNISUUI
' " P.-r-ie an I. &mte Collars.
J" lwlmunl Paaaet "-TtTnMTjbi
Pari t't 61 anw-rwar aa.
tjaklae Mill tl ii-m nn am tx bm. 1 ' '
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bai(.i...S.'va iwwf ba4ieaH
ant sit!
'fa, Vtiiaa striata . i
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!. COLUMBUS
XTICAl INSTITUTE.
Tn Ttt ArtlvitlCI ' TTeip to me
. Uuimaa Kl;lt ever luvanted.
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PRACTICAL & SCIENTIFIC OPTICtAN,
TTteEMTHSJ 'iiAttOEST A 88 tilt T.
iV mint of th moat lmt.rorcd kinds of gpeclaetos.
All hi filuwa, whaihae for new or far-ilrhted. ar
srannd ia eneawe eormz form with tb graatcet eare,
aa aa to. sail lb BJ. of all Sasee. earlos Weak eae.
Sluine or Inflammation of th Byei, and Imparling
tlrangtb for leng reading or Sn sswlng.
1 OfflM. 11 Iu,,hm. tiwMl. .1 HMlaaa a WabitM.
MiaT.-ItoT.."""' 'T
aiia-alyOfUV'S, 15 1 '-.i ' ' "
Pygters! Oysters!!
S4?,'P!? R-BCEIVEtJ, AND WIIJL
, S la dally receipt, by Xspreee, ol
FEESH CAH & EEQ OYSTERS.
i-ii.' .. .
Prna Baltimore and Fair Harm.
i 'Call at Wagaer't Oyster and Bruit Depot, No. SI last
i aasiMtr
,1' .1 l - in '
.'), ,1 11
Colainbns Wholesale Liquor Store
LACELLE ROSS & CO.,
;OMMISSM,MERCHrVNTS,
' tfMPOltTKRB jAltD 5KALIB8 IN
Foielgu and Domes. io Wines, Brandies,
V .fwAU -r.. fiST V4 V"HK4fKi IMP' . .. ' t -
I ' a, ae. also,
I Bill1' ' r ' - '
OLD RYE, MONONO AHELA & BOURBON
.WNISKY.
wiEinffDsi laD.pmcP.sJi soma man bt.,
-COLTTOBTJJ, OHIO.
AVM II.; RESTIEAUX,
(BOOOPSSO Tp,ItiPB A RBBIIIAUIj
NtS." ; 10C,YSouth : High Street,
GROCERIES, PRODUCE
PROVISIONS
Foreign and Domestic ' Fruits,
FLObRSALT, LIQU0R8, ETC.
STORACE St COMMISSION '
JlyW f!-a Vjjj
.001.V ! lOOl.
QRBAT WESTERN
DISPATCH,
t7altd State Expree Co., Prop're.
PAST FREIGHT LINE,
VU New York & Erie Eailroad,
And fell "other Roads Leading West
j .C-and Southwest
Chartered Oars ever most leads oa Paertnger Trains.
H. n. noviT, Ag't,
, . 851 Broadway, M. T.
1 A. I. ESI OHT, Ag't,
J .. ; SJBiateSt., Boaton.
WIT. H. PIRRT, Superintendent, Buffalo.
II. riTCH tt SOIf A rent St
8T Trst It road Street,
. . . -iB.sr aP sea srr a-a vra w a
StpU
'" 1 FIRST " "
OPENING OF THE SEASON
or
SPKING AND SUMMER GOODS
1 "A.T OP, BOSE'S.
I'agaii or re it to the public
n entire new etock ef Oeode la my line, iuat parch-
Md In New xork at tb cheapest panic ratacai, of which
lahalleellattheamalleel prcfla, for Cub. Ueenatom-
are Had frleads are meeetfnlly lawited to call and exam
leeaay fleodaand P,ikal aa determined to eell a
cheap or ohtapcr than aay other heeu la tbeeity;and
as 1 do my wa Onttror, and saperlnuod my own tatt
, I fl aarad,rra my long upartane habaei
aee,: tegiv gnnal atiteetloB. Tb anett ef work
ma are amplofad, an all work don itrletly to time end
oa abort notioe, tad warraated test. Stranger Ttatttnt;
ar aty woo Id eoaralt tbelr mtereet by glnng m eall '
before psnhasiag elaewhtre. - - r. BoCB.
mcrcnantTauor,
marcbSS-dly - - - ' 1 '. Oor. Digh aod Town sis-
EAGLE. BRASS W0RK8,
j- "Corner wprlng deVaterau., '
OolxxxriTdxija . Olxlo.
W. f D. POTTS & CO,
tad aUnnnutartr of Braas and Ooaposltioa 0Uag,
I PlnUbed brae Work f all Deseiiptien. .
Electro Plating and ' Gilding!
t - STENCIL CUTTINC, AC r
ifeblVl-dly "" " '.
NEW GOAL YARD.
B UNDERSIGNED KEPPS CON.
BTANILI ea hand and for sale, th beat eualitr of
; JiOCKINa ORATE COAL,
whloh na will nil at tbe lowert market price..
Call and axmln. ci wiar. mk..i. .l..
Offlc at tb itore of Bradford, Bnydta a Co., bead
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sep9S4m
JXcelxloXT.
(UUefPaalea'tatabllsaataBt, H.T.J - -.-
PROPBIETOR OP THE NEW YOUK
tmob. Sbaelag, Ban- Catting, Slvsmpoeoteg,
Oirliag asm Biesstaf Saieoa, . " ,, ,
Poath Hlgrt et, or Bala'a Btorvj,"
wbeee aiiltmeele will be gtrea la all tbe varieiif
id OUldreA'S Hair Dreaalaw da.. l tk. h.t
Style. . m . 1 . . " .
WMr KNADC & CO.
s .-
AlTTnEHB NEW tF-ar-v-'
MP
j ROsVlllaMrsT.IOTAW
Offir for mle tbelr celebrated
GOLDEN MEDAL, . .
.' . ii- ANDBQARE
,1 PIANO-FORTES..- - IJ'
tMng Mgbly nnaaaHii by ue ijet Piiflmeis aad'-
ST natoil -' aha aauarr. ui
1 1 IBlTnuntl'IT J - ..
" . wAisinro top . , ;
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j-- 1..WIWII.W.WW, wh ppewv "
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n-r.l. WH. K!f AB1 A CO.
I1UUJ1 ATtUTiL trnia
PBLLtNT )JB .WATftSS.PKOOr
C'o cotps. ai. eta awiu et acrtaa:
Owsefct
tiioiiia. la aa SMiraUe saUtaree ataaJBra. lae-
Stls M BitHVOf H Pasta. .' '
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