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A Protracted War.
I-..l.ltalt ta OCt
fresent cMl war, ia "'-"' r- - , J
?L. .-Ii.!, arr.ed. It U lh. war
ehould no! b ft protracted one.
J.. Md ooe.-Th Idea el
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U oppod W M kU,MWri: . .
nob ft ww
..dm, ftlikft ol or o ooanirjmja
. ;.t -mon the
wi,.i..m differaocet bj txiw moDg ue
.k. v ..h.rM nd Sonlhara Butei.
PP- !T. t 7".T ,h.
to th 0ftOK..no --- u nn
er Ido.or at to lhoo "JL--,'it
Ih. obiU to bo. itemed bjtheytt.
. ' .: in iKimmot n m"" -i
Ulil OU MOHUl" . J
ftgro
.iU WJJ Speedy term,-
meene,bebrougoikw"f
by eome
BttiOD
retlon ebolitioolii
" i.. r .(iedwllboutl
Who eno Beer ,
eeleg elfy tiUDguirtea.
eerteia eianetloo, te loftd ena ftftrnwi
r ebouia oe enwru,
igretteelellckle
la tbie demeod Ue gieuce
Jt (h exteuloa apermeneee
In apermeneeeo uw:.rr
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liar tnettttttloo" i " ,ond Mi eirB" .
r.M la bobIoc ufl at tbie momeni rrwa u
n , : k. MseMioolit lth ooon-
Ualon mea n4 the teoeeeiooiiw
m. TlVorou and aecialte ptoeecntion oi tne
more Tigoreue " r
war, or lie ceeewioo, .B
peace upon wo. term, me peop.o
8,0th, wTwell ft w'e; .' w
7 ' V.... .i... th. .ar would be ft borl
ooe. and they feel equally dUappoh-ted wttb .
at the proepect of it betaf prweu
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' . . " . . .i- 1.1. hnth acetlenJlul
Tk. iralh toil UI gwun w -
au - .,:.i
ha. been folle tetkeir moat eheriibed .ut.cl
BaUoo. Ia the Worth, we expected by tbe
. . k... anrfcurvaatrteouroea,
' . :i;.p ahli-ltama.
the ekill and Uoiice oi our i
h mt the rebellionIn itxty T nioetj
a .i fartheat in eix monibi. Among
. ' l-,niat- of the 8outb, the expectation of
abort war w aa great and the.r confldenc.
tbe ability of their oHil.,wd miltary leader,
nealle etrooc. Streniioueftnd dnceasibg efforu
.h. to indooa the 8oflber people to
.: u.. i. . i.. moaiha iber could achieve
neve tu i. m - . . .
lie independence ot tbo Souther Cocfederacj
and lie eetabliehmeat upon " " P"
... k..i. Inaiead of thia, tbey now eeeke
fore tbem the proepeet of ft-Jong, exbftostioi
and deaolatiog war. ..-r,.r .. . .
We do ot prelead W predict to wha reealt.
tbie mutual deelre and ftnxiety for ft more ei
oroua proeecution ol.the wat or Ita abeodeo
meot may lead. . Wft'oolj no' d00 "
or the Important p'baeei of the preeeot unhappj
eoLfl.ct. But it would aeem at least to Indi
cate that tbe people, both North and South, art
lowly learning oo great Jeeaoii that the)
must take oplbje wr qeeetioo tbemselrea ano
depend lete opon great leadera, either alreadj,
or berelter to ariee, U tbe Cabinet ttbi
Beld." li the forma and principle of: free gw
eminent, to which the maee of our ceaotrjmeft
North n4 Sjwh, are, we daubf no, e.ui n
ally ntch.d, re net to b eel lde, the pea
not civil or milherj giabu," mutt prooecntt
end end thia war. Aa aoon M poE?l'
can hare free and untrammeled'xpieMiM
and be mide potent la both the waring eeowona
the reault will be, we apprehead, tbe;rpeed;
reetoratlon of peace and harmooy.
The Great Naval Expedition.
Thii exoeditloB aalled from Annapolia
Saturday, Oct. 19, and ftoobored ,ln IHamptot
.Roads oo Toetdar lollowreK.' Tbo mllitarj
arm of too expedition ooaeieu pf Afteea thou:
aaod men, and la commanded by that etcrlbf
uiV R i. Gtn. Tirowa W.8iawaw, wh
ftohieeed ft hieb repoUtlua during the Mx
war for hie eerrioea lo, coonectioa'irlth bar
tar. of ft.ld utillerT. which ia fttill known
hie name. -The ' dMetoa ; !iSied
three brlgedee, respectively 'wmmanded
Brig-Gene. E. L. Vixxf, Iiaio J.'.Stxvuu
H. O. WaioHT. all educated eoldiere, and we
qualified for th poaitiona they have boeo oalUd
Ul BII.
The naval officer la command of the eipedl-
lion la Commodore JfPwowwhikal gaot
out in th Weoeti ae hie Aag ship. Capt. pf
u ,Uh of Baw 'Iertev. bnt wai
pointed from Delaware, of which 8tate hele
oitlxja.' He entered the" navy In W15, od
eoneeauentlv eerved hie eoaotrv for over forty
eix veeri. Ia 1639 Capt. Cororrwae eppointad
Commandant of the Philadelphia Navy Yard
poaltion that he baa held ntil recently. , ,
The lax fthlp oi the expedition, the Wabiik
earrlea fifty fcTine, od her armament ia of
moat formidable draeriptlon. It eonalau
twenty-eight 11-Inch Dahlgren gune; one 10
inch Dablgren j one 60 pound rifled Dahlgren;
one 30 pwue 1 Parrot) ionrtceo 8 Inch ahell gone
and tbie boat kowlitera. Tbe crew include
about CjO mea asd matinee. Her commander
ia C R. P. Rooecea. .. -
There arO eixteen gnnboata employed l
expedition U well armed and manned.' ,'
Is kdduioft to these Teasels, all of which
itcamtre. there are dow o tbe etatioo,ftd
loin ibe ieiuadroB, the Sablae (50 guo, Cat.
R ..old. at nreeent blockading CharlertDt
8uquebannab (15), Cap. Lardoeri the flsf,
Commander Rudgers. the SeVannah (24), Com
mender MUaroomtff Savannah; the Bt. La
reaee (50), Capt. Purvtaooe. off St, 6imoo';
tbe DaletS). Commendef Yd', ff fnc4i
aa the' Vandallft (20), Commander Heggeriy,
recently off BJe'e Bay, 8. C bat juai retarned
t Bampioft Eoad.j and the Governor (srene
pir0.Capt.C. L Lltehfleld, with Major Ray
aolda'a Battalioa of Marine. Tbe entire
ef tbe fleet U about fournandred
There f ftleo ft large transport fleet of thirty
ieveeee w,eena4etleg of steamers, ferry boats
tad 'selling easel'.' ,'AU these tranfporl v
are well -armed.' Tbey earvy ordoaa.ne
Quarter maaler'e stores, two booses la frame
work, bricks' !a Urge osatitieo, ftboaft flleo
kaaeied eWele, the same amount of jrWi.
bags, korsea, boats for landing mea es4 geiae
tkrowgb the serf, and every other actio! li-'-y
to be required for i campaign.' " ' "
The dratlnatlon of tbe cspedlttoa l, aeyet.
ft profoucd Secret, and all! prob.bly remain
aiil lie pirpcao lsrvjated ky It" WSnr jhreek
aoaie tfftcilve blow.' " Obel. tt,, nbl fe said
to d'stfl jalsb tt Is, tbitt abo it ft tbatwaad ftft
g'oee aeotmpMy It, Uiug malu'y TikJioseebo
kave eome Into FiMtrr e Woro frAm
gelg'sbof'.-j d..uicU ol Vlrjlnla.1 They arete
be ear'.vjid mainly In throwing up eatntneh
pwtft. .
Another Account of the Battle Edward's
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the foliowingi A j, y KiHU.'itu J)V
;Tb (oUontHkoeoaktol t ow le trout
Tuoidh eud tie coBquoce, ta oct. rtaB aci
...I P.,. hnrn. Gen MoClellan'S Aid. std-sted
eempiffteb.tBi to B4Ff"?r
bim to-nigntt , . , 'g'V
Oo eUturdaj ntternoon, a opim -.. wq,
men oi voi. wn i i"- j,sbu
Regiment tm br -
It- --.. Aft HiHhfll'l IHUHUi ItUIV e w
path which fa,d been ai.e-w"-. y ' ".The
,nmt
hroueht back word to that effect.' Acting opoo
J Regimen, supported b five com-
.... of Col. L.. s Ma,
Massachusetts SW.h, to ean
..mnoiicd itoei Citmp
On, arnvlog at
h. idoi. ttiJ loubd po ,ntBDd no euemy.
I too km woiu . . . ' .. n.L;i
UD Hlou, D.iriKinivriuai..vM .
w . . Luftbure.nd
. hi'g b.es orer Q aoe Creek
mVJrh . iii l.;m.'bW bo impeded d
-S.;" . ,f - . ackcd bj , aupeiior
force, tod percelmg tbt ibe coaei olcr;
,ltta(. piptwe'Bf Bnp,
i.,. ,. c,r R.k too command, ucn.
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0 bti0 ,nd tbe RegtBt, wlib
......Til,. ..-.'thuKh kitillerv ee tbe enemy
L.ii. tnfl thft Vm Uae of ibe 15th mnd SOtto
Mj...,K,,...u h.inff thHbaRtreniaietitibebea.
m - h.oin. th coLflict of tmiDti.. Ac-
- 'T. - ColbUrii. Cof Biker' ordere
aarriioo'e Ial.bd cot to go
beJ0D(, th iollDlii nnteM hll BMDB yf trene.
pqrUtiori were empiej noi to "en h
.bM he .dranced.' to'te careful In
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.... itrip.nlkhara; . ItrtMroteet
tog bii fljiukl and guarding hie rear j, end on c6
.coouni t0 me a aemonatranon uuiees w
ed feeleureor euccew. v " ;
hoe.rer. according to Col. Co!
,..,' ataminrnt. moved 1orrard before more
ber ie4V,ng , g01rfj at the ier, ana Keeping
. .mmnntIU,tinn ith ti. ao that tntee corn-
wfJicll .ab.equBntly crowcU, fere un
able to join bim. Alter ne naa oeeo juinru oj
h ataaainhiiaetu fomnaiiiee. uuder com
mand of Cof. Beerer); bo., with about 1 809
mm,. aa attacked br Geo. Brane'e whole force,
nh tha cxacottou of bte battery, which rc
mainad on k hill oprosiie Edwarde'a Ferry, be
icg inreatened by Gen. Atone, wbo made a feint
ol erpe'log in DfUff to keep tt there.' " : "'
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iaf ine toe neot, our men, anuougo outuuoi
g . ,1, um
6r,?er) turbogliout, ' bravely ftA tbe fall
ufflera aa bciore. aid totbtf faA of tbeir'emv
ihcv wt'rd tbere ordered b'v tbeir tmceri
ibruw Ibtlt guoe into tbo watef, to a.yii them
irom the; euumr, aod, art tbst cooKl co telm
tfta kland. .The boat were not to be found.
Tbey. bad been swamped la eirrj log over1
ounded, bow maoy,if wbom were 'diowlied
ie doi mono, as awlmmera "were, sbot IB
Duration of the War.
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one time webad hoped that the dapo ti tlan
oi our roiunteera nnwstniued, . but siniuti
KUided bv able (ieoeralr would have planted
our baauera, before troet, ia. tbe heart el
eiiemj'e Ouaatry, and cotquered an bonjr
able : peace-1 But a, d ffeicel poller- has ob
uioed We, of (be South, who were to attack,
Have adopted ft ktem of dcft-i.se, aod, so lar,
save uaifermiy awaited tbe edrniee pi the toe
Tbie may be tbe safer Jruiiej, hut we have ne
er beea able to appreciate is .! Que conrlction
tbat ft tiotorioua advance into the eoem'ecous
try is the 00I7 read to ft laaiiug and hunorabls
taco.: Wt must Sgut, ana we maateuoqaer,
oelore we oaa make a treaty; If we eannot
ibie, we must submit to ibe fata of tba weaker
patty. Tnb enemy bare dominioo of (he eea;
necmadaaii bi is almost innumerable poiate;
as can plunder our coasts and peoea,te out
riff re He is supreme in tbe Cnesspeake baj;
ae commands the fotomaei'be bas poDtesaiob
ut.Mar)Ubd, of Noitb-wes era Virgiuia, and
ueateuting (or Mmeout I ana Keuuiiky , - W b.le-
caraiwuiMi bolBOOft.a, my aaaail
at any point , of our extended -frontier.-"Tale
ebolo aiaUou tilust be altered before we Cau
have peace .oo. tui y.trxou cjnjpnUble with boatie
td ftalety. ; , . . r. , ,. .:
We have never neard of any plan toggested
lor tuiuuug tliie desirable auratioa auori
Okrrjipg lbO war ktJ the, eauaiy's CJQutry.
none westana oit the asleasire, nuu tbo eue
in i le euirsnohrd on this side of .tba Potomac,
it is impuedible lor ns lq doatruy his supremacy
at sea, or prereiit bj predato-j lucuraiona
oarcpaabi we are autjeetca m an tne aisaa
rantairea of a defeusivs war of iudtfiuiio dura
ueo iu of a peace djcuted-by the eiitmy., , Tbe
joeaibihtf of our suceta ia not. wi'ibin
range ot accident. - To prevent our eubjuKe.
woo or extermination is all we can hope iM -
- We bare no skill. in ttreteCT.atid know noth
'rg.of the meaoe at the comaiaad ol our Gen
erals': "but it thia Is all the; ia Itlt to ua, we bad
aa well be locking out for terms of submiseiou,
ind. the sooner, the belter. v Aa .endless .war
bicb U"jidno op pert unity for tber victqxy
tt reienge ia oooueas ucuieruauur. ,,.
Toe 9 jutbera people who hare offered them-
;eltta.and xbetr,ll for the prosecution ot
war. and who have reoosed imoliuit confidence
in? toe.j&eft entrusted with Its conduct, have
looked, lor something better.. 1114, 00119
dieguiaed that a sense of noeaeincsa and. ilia
trust Is gradually supp!antiig that, geueroui
BOLtldsBce. A suapicion is fc.ijuiug ground,
(bat al the advantage of our posilioa have
been peofiieet by, aa tbey might have been;
the war baa not been prosecuted wiib tnat
and energy demanded by tbe emergency.
hear mutteriogs and comoUinte, apait from
1 hose sconce ted vUb tbe Qiariersiaiitr, Com
mlasart, and Medical Deparlmeots, growing
ouvot ihe. appoiutmeot of so many civilians
bigb. command. Many of these, appointments
have lled tbe couUrr with appreDuiaiona
some great diaaBter Bifimoiii WSi.m
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Ohio Troops ordered to Kentucky.
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mament fiveObio regiments, bwFiret, Eighteenth,
Nineteenth, Forty first sad Fifty Arm, are under
marching orders, and will move for Kentucky
forthwith.,! ' .--' :
There is still oecarianal brisk iklrmlsbina;
Weeterft Virgioi. - Os Ootober 22, Gov. Pieesoot
reewlved dlspatoh from Adjutant T.-
Darftv,of tbe Fifth Reimeot,uiinir that two
MDMalaa, kee ecoouug ap the Saodv River
a Saturday, eocoaotered accession force, kill
ing eleven, aad wounding many, ana capturing
Are prisoners, nine borsee and nine rifles. Cap-
tarn Uilt'e command, at Elisabeth, bas not been
cat te places, as was reported. :.fls is still doing
rood aerice against tbw'rtbels. The Wheeling
nfeWomcrrVof Oct. 22,'eute that the troops
at Cheat Moacttin are still suffering for cloth
log. Tbe borpitat has been removed to Iluitw
villa, where many of the Obie med are coofioed
with ft meet malignant tjpe ef tjpbold fever.
Te rebela have abandoned the Uattoneviile
road, bat are reported to be en Meed ia blocking
op lbs StetrctLd ro0, tinder tbe impreeSioa
General Reynolds Intend pushing In tbatdtreo
tijo. Tbe troope on the Summit have been
dered to build Winter (jaarteTS there. "At
recent session of tbe National Conrt in Cbartrs
soe. Ktoawha eonnty, Vlretoia, do iemtheaiwo
Hundred and ninety-Ate prominent traitors weie
indicted for trsason.
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. PrasowaL. Dr 8. Loving, of the Sixth
Regloeot, an 1 red ia tbe otty yesterday mor.
iog, d.reetiy lreas'tix weter. near sorry
ta learn that Dr. Lot hit ha retirned hi eom-
ntWsiea ia th Goibris Regiment, as b la
eoly a sew ef saaailiuee,but gcntlemea
(mmetV I tee by W wrbaoe eiaiiMee te
fbe po.it.aa. Ha will reeume again the prac-
ilbeor CMdieiBeatUtfambue, unio,wnea ptee
be left wBra be entered tbe service Cm- Eq
i VlAjt)Ji lnrn'M our etj-eet 00 Satr
jy, aad learn that be wsii yesome hj prapt
inibiscUy. We htar.:i! Isderse il , Uif Ef
X'io ftn 1 th B. trrw flow In (be world
are M the Ouid'a men of beetnih" to b eo
eonrte4 io '"!) br a Democratic vote
tlie NjrtbT-Z3fer ilewieeVe''''
Tsey wonji m it sfae deib-of Ano I it' 00-
Um. Aa loi a as AbuliiiooUm was weak Nurth,'
llotoxlam was ttroog SootfJ.. Aa tb former
cMa.tfe jMttereaak,, It ie time eow to torn
tbe scale and terewe the prooeM, i( we
save Ike eontryiPnjttirer.
Ohio Troops ordered to Kentucky. [From the New York Tribune 26th.]
The Rebel General Virtuously Indignant
The Rebel General Virtuously Indignant The Brown and Bragg Corresponce.
NTbe fgllowiog oorrwpocdeDce baebecij made
pubilo bj (jeueml .
HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF FLORIDA
FORT PICKENS, October 9, 1861.
ttiaj
Bir: I ebjerve this tnoruiug (jj . tbafiit
timeu jelloe Dig faoitla over Urge bailulug
Qireoilj ia t ool of n; bei(eriei... J leo uoderj
ItHbd ibet tfficeri'.wita td ehllden,re. ia
'titigbboriug buiieieg. H do not caeke wer on
Ibe nick, omtn or children.
The bulldtnte erttl becesearllf be ezooeed to
ai Sreebould tbere be ft bomberdmeot; end
jr beeidee eubjcot.tader ibil fleg t be
. 4 e e protection to toy of your troop 'that
ie tbeiter bebioa or before them. ,- .
bere ore giro jou tbla notice, tbat tbe
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I. lr ' iiu couurea msj db remoTea, ao
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thil if v m uo rl'UU0'u"uJ rent waeie.
HARVEY BROWN.
HARVEY BROWN. Colonel Commending.
BriMdier-Gi were Brextou Btgg, Cummauoiag
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HEADQUARTERS TROOPS C. S.
Near Pensacola, Fla., October 10, 1861.
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oatimi af that da to witbtsrolouod eetouiahmeni.
T&e buildiog on i.'bich jou bad lor tbe first time
observed tbe yelio w u ta; naa oeeo wen Known 10
you aod all your oommand, as well ae to the
Uulted Stales Navy, aa the military hospital of
this station, and joaeouiu not neip snowmg'
that it is now need let tbat purpote.1-. -' ' '
Dealing who ode wnaoau ooen an eia Drotn
er soldier of high reputation, I bad hoped that
our liiieroourie and vonaaot in tne noetiie sin-
tudb lu wblub we ate piaoea woaia bo marked
by alt (be ceurteaiet and amcuitieeof eivllited
warlireV ' 'But It seems from joar cjmmsuiei-
tlon fhat yift claim tbe rigtit to violate tne boe
pltal fl-ig eeeatiss il may is kbuatd. Admit this
principle, alia Vt nvniw a,ia,vvi uaivurmw,
I PS SUK, ine wuiuvu sua vunuivu, ,uu iiiswu-
ers must become oojecie 01 ouguuco, we
white flag must be aboiitneJ, "oeauiy ana
Bjoty, "Kape aod Repiue," must follow ia tbe
track of a viotorloua commander. ' 1 deolise
your Inritatlon to make these tbe subjects of
i, -; . -.it. -- - . -
Your hospital fltg has been and shall be re
spected, la the t-ttair ot Tuesday night jonr
hospttui, a lib ia Inmates, was in our poasession
lor at least one hour, and, as lar as ioaaiearo,
my orders, to scrupulously .respect bots were
rigidly eiiftficeoVv n;. . . (. .. .'.
Uur nospital. and tbe two. sciitcent buildings,
occupied by medical olloers, will continue lo be
osed! lor legitimate puipoaes. ,Nethiug bas or
will be doue U attract jour fire- -. V under these
cbcnoristatioesi you should put your threat into
extouiiun, whiob would only be In accord oe
eub fie; acts of sorae ol your brother command
ere. bt little exatrience In the. custom of. war,
I . ebatl take care that . the fact shall be.. made
kuban, tbat i( may teceive, as It will deserve.
tas.txectftUou ot.toe cirilisea world. 1 . j '
1 juvefbp booor. to be -, n -, u u l
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BRAXTON BRAGG,
Major-General Commanding.
Colonel HARVEY BROWN, Commanding U. S.
forces in State of Florida, Fort Pickens.
More Violence.
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" Jsbri Sheakley, our county surveyor we learn.
Is lying daniteruaiy ill from wounaa rcceirca
Irom Judge Pdlmer, a man well known ia this
community." J ' 1
; Too difficulty tnd its orlpln In al.iw -sl.it, end
on tbe inorning aiier, air. b&eaBlcy on mectins
Palmer at a blacksmith, shop b.do tlmg'iod
loruinir.' when' Palmer became earned and
eis ai a elnglo tret itruck at Sheakley, who,
iu attempting to ward off tbe blow, had blV ai ra
broken, after which be received o'ber wouode,
and ,wqud, bo doubt, bave beea killed. but for
tbe itfieifercnce of lriocdd bbeuklcy Ij an old
aaa of over seventy; wbile Palmer ia a mafl ot
much physical power. ' " '
" If such tbibus are mnch loc'cer tolera'.ffl, th-it
people will take the matter In band, and "Juo
Lyauh" may pay a visit to tbls Cani ty We
torbea'r further comments ns ibe pri!:J Jury
have juat returned an indictment s-iiiit Pitlmer
for ae.anlt and battery wi'h intenMn ri'I Let
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the law take lis course. Kaliin S rMncL tj-'.
General Halleck.
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General llenrv Water IIlleck ia one of the
four M.j'jr-litoerals ol tbe (Jolted Sutes army.
lie was turn in Clew x oik. sua enivea tbe wit
nary .Academy as a West Point cadet ia 1835.
He stood tbiid in tbe elaea and was brevetrO
decdnd Lienienaut of Engineers, July 1,1633
He was scltnjt AMist.nl Proleesorot Eoginw-
ing at tbe.Mil.tary Aiwdemy from July, 16X1,
to June. 1849,: In 1641 was tbe author of a mil
Uarr work on "Bitumen and I'a Usee," eto.
Appo'n'ed First Lieutenant in January, 1845.
lo lr-40 be wrote toe work puonsoeo oy Appio
dm St Co., of New York city, entitled the
' Eleiaente of Militirv Art aod Science." Jo
1B47 was breveted Captain for gallant condoot
in affairs with tbe enemy on tbe la;b and VU.b
days of JNovember, 184. and tor meritorious aej
tree in CaUlorniai Was Secretary of State of
tbe province or California in tbe military gov
erementsol Generals Kearny, Mason and Riley
from 1817 to the end ol 1849. He was Chief ol
tba Stall to Commodore Snubrlck in paval and
military operations on tbe Paoifia ooast ia 1847
end 1843, and was a member of ibe Convention
ia lb49 to form, and tbe committee to draft, tbe
Conatuutioa of . the State of California. Iu
July, 1853, he was appointed Captain of Eugi-,
neers, and' resigned oa August 1, 1851 , ila
now appeare as a Major-Grneral, bis com mis
tion bearing date Augest 19, 1861, - .
General Halleck leu California oa tbe stesm-
-er oi Die 1st instant, it was stated, to join Geq
eralWuUlellan'a army;.,; u- n 3Wj n,,- .-! ,..u
'- j ti i-L.i" - Wi .It'.'. ,;,:)
Jeff's Latest.
to
of
..
"We ihall never be hard opon Jeff Thompsob
Briradier General the till, lank, eadaveroas
visaeed, eHb toneued warrior ot the 6euth-ea,t.
Ou the whole, we sympathies with bim in hi
efforts to achieve notoriety ae a military com
mander. ' Hence, we have faithfully chronicled
every movement of bis, of which, by book or
by crooki we coma oeeome inrormea. - ne is ae
eood as a circns.eff jrding ns all sorts ef ansae
ment. "The proclamations ho bas issued have
fldO'el our risibles in ne ordinary manner, and
tbe latest I ne less funny than ita laughable
predecessors. ' 11 ere it is
HEADQUARTERS, DST MILITARY DIST., M. S. G.
Camp St. Francois County.
Monday, Oct. 14, 1861.
:
PATRIOTS, of Washington,. Jefferson, Ste,
Genevieve. St. Francois and iron oouniies :
bare ibrewa ,.yself into jour midst, to offer
yea an opportunity to cast off tbe yoke joo bave
unwillingly worn ao long. Come to me and I
will . fteaiet you, and -drive th invaders from
year soil, or die with yoa among jour native
bills.' .-.r:t " -Ml . i -'v i ..... i.... ,. .i
:, Soldiers frpm JOWA, NEBRASKA and IL-,
LlNOiS, Gs Home 1 We want you pot here,
and we thirst not lor your blood. . We bave not
invaded your States, we bave not polluted your
hearth stones, therefor leave us; and after we
bave wiped tut th Heesiapaacd Tories we will
be your irieadly neighbors, il ws cannot b your
M. JEFF. THOMPSON.
M. JEFF. THOMPSON. Brig-Gen Commanding.
rtns
"
hot
dh
ce
Abovs w have some inkling of Gen. Tbemp
son's mode of proceeding from plas to place.
He (Area himself. Like our German friends
of tbe Turn m8ocity, be indulge ia ae
robatie feat, and it aft accomplished aoifiytwr.
We soppote be wen from Belaaont, doe a in
Mississippi conn y, ta Fredeticktown, by ft ie-,
rise of double somersault aad . back .band
springs.' Just bow. bewsvev, be i throwing
himself la the dlrectioo at : Arkaaas.i .. :i
, We Ukerl that tbe "patriot ef Washington,
Jefferson, 8te- Genevieve, St Francois and 4a
eoua tee," did not "eome" t JtflT. to east ff
the yoke they had unwillingly wocbs loaf
It tbey did, that valorous chieftain failed tp
rcake eood -hi promise, lot instead, of. dying
wicbtbeai ftmoog their wative. bills, be. ttnr
soon set off toward tbe Swamps, oioeeay eamued
bv tha Hsealane ftsd.Tarie' wh .wer the
osdse -ef hi tfeeperale -date rni'uiatiea.:. Ala,
poor Jtff. SL hi R'ft j i .-o-fyjO'
is
A Ft.tv PsiOfirs RiLiiaiD. Oo Wsdnew.
Jay detective 8 iflipJOB nf Kew Yerki rMea
to Vffer Jams A. MoMaattv
I
Mr!. McM8tM,',hrsitl; Wy ebaerve that
ibCrryVlf b WOnlfl tlistotvaiaei Bneawaeeweti
he had former f taker! raob B wfte ft ne
Mrhfl a Citli-o bt tbe fjulted St .less hod bepr
aidered any tepefltloi of that nrooeet ftascee4"
sarr
tie took tne oaifl ana. retume w sue
'eltf.
i-llosfoa
't. - v
jv naaittr'J .sj 'i as tMin
Arrival of the Rebel Commissioners
Mason and Slidell, at Cardenas.
The Key West oorrespoiidenoe of tbe Ne
Yoik HcruU, writiog' nnder date of tbe'2uh
Ins aay.t . i . ' ' ,-:
"To enow, bow important II is i'uat As navj
should always have que or more steamer n
Key West, last evening a veeel sriited, wiib
diepatobea , fromCousul Sarsge. to uMaJoi
Frvuoh,- repoiting the arrival at Cardenas, va
the 160a lost., of be Cofed rats steamship
')bioJt, frem.-CIleetm, SCnhata tbe
Frbotr vCousBl -bad1- raailry on 'board, and also
Messrs. Mason and Slidell, Commissioners from
RiobmoBd for France aod Boglaod. " There
was also commaic4ttd by b Consul tbe laet
that 00 th9ib the BritUb aohooner Etelyne,
Giptain N. Vipoent, cleared from Neuvitae lor
Baltimore, with a carro of West ludia goods
fTbe Cousul had reliable luformation that her
destination was Caarleeton. Had a sieamer
like the Keystone State been on this station to
give chase to these vteeli,. tbeoiftur of one
would have been of much service to our Gov
eminent nd hifityBjnblf to the captors, , t
I
be Rer. Ru'ae Cbilds, late pa tor In Bethel,
Vt , is' a consummate no gentleman, besides be
ing immoral be bas e;ppeo witn ao nnmaniea
youDg woman named Cornelia Boewortb, leav
ing Mrs Childs and three Utile children. tp
muu-n injOirgraoeA nroji fisxi e,u u t
' ' ri
,,VM
.JDirratrcis in MissooM.-rTbe dietsneea from
St. ouis. to promipeol and Important, points
tbtougheut Missouri, ars as loiaows: lo-j.nar.
son Ci'Vi 12a mileej to Sedalie 1S9( to Leiiog'
ton, ,83910 CripO' (Jir'ardena, 150( to Bird's
t'oipt, aUOj to Pilot Knqb, 67 to Rolls. 113; to
Sptipgheld, U33. From- Sedalia to Warrens
burg tbe disUuoeie35 miles,-to Clinton. 38j to
Warsaw, 3Gi to lndependeDCd,;,; to KiDsas
Citjt 103 frona,; Clinton to Osceola the die 1
Unco ie '93.enUe, and. to BjIIvbt 30 .From
Bolitar to'SrrtliigBeld the distapce Is 30 miles
From Springfield to Canhae tbe disttujoe Ie 55
miles; 10' Neoabo. 70; to Fayettevllts, Ark.,
108i,to Rilla, 122j to Lebanon, 50. From
Capo Girardeau to Pilot Koob tbe distance ie
CO miles. From Pilot Kiic.b to Pocahontas,
Ark., the dU-tanca js 100 milee,;,,,' ;",;,.,' , ',
'
j
.
!
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Lj
jw
r,WADVERTlSEfilENTl-
BUtB0H$J.a0WEn:R00TO
t-
i'. . ff ... '' .'i .Pal', ; '? a ..
'., ' - v ,tO.'. ,'via. ;i ft-. v':1 , 'i-i : .. l.i .uc-
) ' Jait received from Holland, eeiM.vf-
:,Dutch;'1 FloWer ltoot3,r
p. iv i -'i.t;.f i'i ' ' ;
, ' n . , Ocnilttlog Ot ;
KX-ACINTHS,.; "
.ti I-
. ,u
:l f TULIPS,
lVfl ! , c - . . '.
l.m . - NA RCfSSUS.
rANa'CRoensj
L-.J .
, I i '.t
WeHeetortad.endiBkrimecoodltl.n. .
Sow iith's tlnTa forvlanting " ' "
Anoly loon at tha OulumoM Nursery, ij (I ,.-
B ATEII AM. - D tfFOjjx fc9
OCt3D-d3l
! INTERESTING
TO EVERY ; READER,
It it an lcditrra'ahle farl tat If eny pf'win want. on.
of tho,. ou.f,.r..t,l. KjQUIHaUX KKaVEItOVKU
C'OAtd.he will ututll ttnii laeot In tanrt qiMntiiiei at
, . (-i fllAftUiJS jCUILUS'B.
a any pernon drslrnnt of owning ol. of the late style
of. HaAVKK OVKH COaCd, wi n cap. attae ied,
o'l blank jonr necks to leain abere te tnd them, but
go to the ' " t'.. y. . . . ' ..'.- 1 1
ly&rl t At. VI I X AltUUL, ,!-'
' ' OiTioilte ihe Itste Home. )"Jl "
To will fird ibeaa thsie In all rolor., kept by
' MARCUd CHILD9:
,Tn yoa never wear any of tha
MVKKB BVtrs, wnicn are som atiheU.pltalCitl
ArcadeT
. Bush lo and ytio wilt find them In plies, at
JUfttla CHIUUi'S..
YOTTisaidfolie In wwt of PANTS andTSSTS.and
then l baton eatablliDment lo the Wen where
Faatt'aod Vet a aratobehut In all ttr.pea, ahapei,
llyltl, o.uan(Uisi.aiid qanhtles, and that pNc. it the
h .(flvi JXAn-fAl. CITY ARCADE.;:
TrvT vt for-et e extentlve asa-rtinnl of FfRTfT?H-
U IKH tKlUUS. cartlra arv lo WOOLBN hilt
IDS, partlrelariy lo WOOIBN mi .Ti,
Bpd in ' Red, white and srae," at tne -
CAPITAL ClTlf AkCADE. .
Eoperlnunded by Mucus childs.
liica jou can a pa in
It lynn with to wear girsoeota ITItDFl TO OK
DH na CK'i d . i o better llun to ro lo lh Mer
chant Tilrlng (.tttbll.hmeot, next t the Arrade. and
select jour goud from a stock comprising all color, of
Bea.er Cloths. Canimerca Bilk Velret and Plush Vest.
ins, and you will surely sntet with a good fit by purchaa
tillgat ' : I ' ! ' .If '.i . ' . I ' .
;' : J :;' ,- MARCU8 OHILDS'S.,
MILirAUf aSSTLESfES, whsn'tbey eome tp this
city, asttra gert.aau eiah to gtt a U.NUOftJIlt
late their beat adtuoisft to call at . , ,,
AURCU3 CHILDS'S,
Where a larr.e assortment of BLCB CL0TII and other
articlci beioncli g lo th. eqalpie o( aa officer caa be
bad st t.iy moderate prcet,
Inisherteallat' . ' .
'! 'Pteprietor of ikatsateaslva baslBess locality,
NO 81, 3 and 25 HIGH STUET,
! "V" ", Opposite lbs Butt House. " .' " ' '
oclJ7-d3si. ,. :'.
J.iV3.&V. KCERrJER,
: Corner of Broad & Fron7 Btreets,
-' i.i d !. -.1.- .- i - i n.,-. ,
OOLTJMBUS, f
i
'i I
:i ' BBALBB3 IN ii. t.
CROCEf? I ES, PRODUCE
AND
-j-rt pftovisi6N
' ! FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS,
nOTIE SALT, IIOTOES,' ' ;ETC.r
(' 0YBIBBJ BT IBB CAN IX IflIU 8BA&Q3T. ,
oei!5-dly - ----
BOARDING ! BOARDING ! !
Hood board & pleAw.ht noons
j( for eight or ten penons. caa he hid by applying to
0 paTTERSOST. No 119 Sooth front Street, between
Btvte aad Tows Streets - - . f - - . - , ;
. Being bat one square from tbe State Qonie, makes it a
eeairat.le ptaaa tersoaUess attar t ,
TTBHY tlTTllaH-TBtPEI CtOTH
'V SHAWLS, taaeWMliTMUftl Itt-riValwe i OS. ,
150S yarda Saper Plaia klaafe BUS at i0-Talos
I SS a ajd. . u ,-.-!. . . , ..
rreueh Hshaca, B3K ceols Vala. 8To'sa yard. '
f. -f iK.i4. Uetnm vtkat l Ova yard. '- ,
ia I r-K.jtti i-m j-Bala) as SOX, ,
...ocUS) :. u. I. .- j,,- Ho. 8t Soath Bift Bticet, ,
REIilOVAL'-
WIttt AM : HESTIEAUX;
-i SEAlaEKilN.!;;
Groceries.
u.'v.im tie,'i ( 1 1-
TroTiaions,
a 'Foreign and Domestia Liquors, t,
KOrMrORTB IUGH ZTtCHtTi
TkssM
ewemttyevtvltA hf.Wla. BkDOSAIiD
15
ftWWekMwiUtell, ,Mt
Cfaea ferCemfe) pr pwwatry Freelaeo.
-I " -- -
7weaQrswAtealUJf wad lm i serr,J
JiiaS r.t v4wi...:) ac&
-Tcoluhbus,
-
Tho Union rrover.
Columbus
ARMY TENT STOVfi!
aayaaiieVftjii'm rfwsjaa . wriajtie.'. je-rW'''"' ,
MiNCFAOTCBKD AND BOLD BT
tfOHlT L. GILL' t SON,
-- At tllll Ml BOOatt, :' - "
"kos. 90, 92, 94 & 96.
NOUTII niGII SlIIEET.
')
' The totateit and Boat complete 8 tore for Offloers
Taut aver nanafaetured.'' - "
Bold a a very luw Banre.
Call aad examine before purohailDg elsewhere.
eaitVdtf
-r
A EC I fj a, E M E R Y,
109 SOUTH. niOU SfBEEX,
-r jllftTt t f all aad Oonplet AMortmentof
HOpE FURNISHING GOODS,
yjtltoros cfc Gt-xvte0a
lfjiji, AID C0PPEE WAEE, ;
JAPAN'D : GOODS
Of ftlmosi trtrj ktott, ; u -
''Wl'. '.t... , . .
"Elegant Chamber Gets,
SPICE AND SEED BOXE3, '
Tin Toys, and Articles iu that Line,
j ''.''' ' for LIUle People.
j';.','.V. . V l-:l" !.- !"i'f. . '':...: .
XCnives etna !F"ork, Bpoons, Tuba,
Baokete, Bhovels and Tonas,
; . Coal Bods, eton
,1V': I
i -ft !t;'
For the Larger Ooei. "
1 .
Wa vtuld call your fnrth.r attention lo the fact tbat ws
I . ars BOLB AOINTS for the sals of lbs
STEWART COOK STOVE,
Which la. la all mpecta, .lttily .tha "ADTOORiT Of
TUB KIT01IBM." having noeqaul In Ilia e apl.!eoese
of lu peiformarj. and eoODomof fuel. Thac .amt
tettlaiony et Ita tnptrlority It Ihe fact thil mtnurae
turert and dealers are eon.tarlly Iml ailcf it. caailng aa
near Has pottlb. In BXTSilNtl. ArVBAaaNOB
Call aod examine bur atook. It is so trouble to tbow
our "oodi. . -
, : ';;:::.;;1KIN;&:EME11Y,
eettS-dtm ..'.. ,;...- ., ,
C A LT H O USE,
ig Ho.; 178 Hoith hg Street,
on 10.
TIHS'TtOTEt, IS BUT ONE AND A
UaLf PQUARB-l fron the Depot, aad persons ar
riving or wishing to take passage on any o( ihe trains,
will find the Malt Uouae decidedly a eonteniut ttny
ping place. .
Cauengers waked up at all hsnrt of Ihe night for any
ef th. Ir.lut
ferma Boderate, to inlt the timet.
eetSS . . i ,
Cranberries ! Cranberries !
OA BHI-S. CKAKBEKIIIES, IN GOOD
Ol UKDKK. en earulgntatnt. . ,
for salt low by
WM H. REETIKACX,
OclSJ - 103 South High Bind.
NATIONAL HOTEL,
i NB AB TJftlON DEPOT,
: i COLUMBUS, OIII0.
0NB D0LLAB FEB SAT.
wt23 3a
leiaMaeMaeaasaaeieneaaBasaaewsaeaaejasasaaaBa
1 1
f t m r- t a a - rr
ii CllHl if U I
' j THE TWO ExriiBints.
The common, weak, adulterated eomponndt of Salt-
ratal which Icjart Ibehealth, aod are almost worthiest
are ene extreme. Tht pure, elBol.ot, wholesome, and
barmlttaDletetis Saleratos mads by James Pyle, at 3tS
ITathlagloa Street. Kew Tork. Ii tbe ether extreme.
Cheese between them at yen valu.yoarmoney and your
health.-.'.
For Females Generally, Tbe Brandreth
Pi lit cannot be toe highly spoken e. They remove all
obstractlona. give energy and strength; ears the dis
tressing hetdache, uofortuna'.ely so prevalent with tbe
rex; depression ot aplrl't, dallness of s!ht, tsrvocs
affcotlooa, blotches, pimples, tallowoeet or tha tklo, are
nacred sxd a Jovealle bloom and general sprtghtllneea
lodieat. the power aod healthfalntts of BEANDUETU'B
P11XS.
I.tdlts at delicate periods, will Sod them anrlvaled;
they are the best medicines for mothers and children,
tnd cure worms aad costiveoeti.
Let It be rem. sabered, that BBANDRITH'S PILLS
are easy in their operation, and ye t anile mildness with
efllclesey, aad require no alteration of diet during their
ie. "
Irs. Morgan, sonar of ISth street and Colon Square,
Kef Tork was dying, apparently, of Coxaoarnos.
Ea was glvea ap to die by her Physicians, aad all ber
friends, tat after suing Biammtb'S Pius for a few
weeks, thf .cough left her, aad she began to rsgatn her
strength, and Is new able ta aUsod to her dalles, aod
sea tars of soon attalnlrg robust health. .)..(' :,
Mrs. .WlttonaT Vol 33Hewh street, Ttew Tort, na
curs Dyipepsta, Bntll PHty Measles, Sropey ead f p.
pbssPcver, aaA Headsckts.aod BiSoan jBteatti,
with BsjuiDSSTra'a Piuj,yll( be pleased trf soiwtr any
sjaeetleaa, .
Bold bV Joeiv E. Cool. Snavtai. Oehimbtu. aad bv
all respectable dealers la medicines. .
. JATNE'S.AOTJB7BHXT7KE,:
It an Infallible remedy for fever and Ages. Tbe ex
ptriencs ef numy )ean, tb almott every climate, proves
that wees ataa m atlet asaorrtaaea with tba direcOoaa,
It has rarely railed u waa mm kr ireeklagthe
chills, but by remorlDg the morbid habit er the tysttn,
preventing tbartoaritnee of tha disease..'; ' ,
IBVBB AKO ABC, though not In I ttlf dangerous.
i apt, atemtebtlp istaevsl, te have sack a perns.
ctont slfeet ea tbe system, at to engender Ilsorders maeh
mars beswral tbaa lUsjir.aaderaiokMt Saly atate ataJ
attsr-lUs of the psUsetsrablstoiars Ip Oauelyes
aftsa ratal. A prompt an eftstael reetedy Is therefore
wliat iawaatad, aad as saohjla. D. 'Javxtrs Aaua Mu
TESsI ctnldeatly teeoetaMused. 'tor tale by xtesm.
Botnart Baxuk, CcJontus, sd1.slreapr trtry.
whare. , r 1 ;-j im,f
aepvliHwfrlfcmtlkwIw ' t
MANHOOD.4 n ;
bow ion,: 0 v REsrosxu.
. laat PabUshad In a Sealed Bnvelope; Price stt.l
A LB0TCBB OH TBB 8ATDBI. TBKiTHEST ABD
ftAOlCAbOUkBOr rKltltATOEttbA Ot BetBiaal
Wtakseea. latBlaaanry Braissitne, ftaxaal DeMUty, aad
Imped latent, te Matriage aeuerallly, KeiTomaese, Coo
tsuaeiloa, BplUpey aad fits, staota.1 and Cnrsieal Ia
capaclty, saaulliug Utxi ftcU-ahtie. ate. By Robert
CalterweU, at. P., author et ths Ortea Book, Ate.' ' "
A JBoerta g Tkeaaaittts at Buflcrere,
tent aeSer seat, ia a. pittn- eavelopat tt say address,
Boat paid, ea reeelpt of two ttampe, by lit. tiUAA.
J. O KUBB, t7 Bvwery.Mtsi Xork, Post Office Box
SesJM.' - stp7JtaaA
- ,3.; jriTr if.fi a to .
Qik&.; Ixoa'.'l
latter writ tea by tb Bev J. ft, Eobjae, psster et the
ftrrepoiat-Streei Baptlat Chwrea, ftreokiyst BT. T.,to
tlaWJwarwUtadMitmmrclst
vslmnea la Hsvov ef that werM-rttmwnet) asedletoc; Use'.
Wnwutw't steeytiusa rae tea Caiuaja TmaiasH ;,!
"Wt tee aa tvestttsaeat ta peat' aalaeiaa eg Has
finuw'i sVwTijte Braor. Boa we Betat said a word
savet at a pauwl stedicn. before in ear life, bat we
eel tnespelled tweay tt year readers tbat tbktkisw bum
g-ere aaee vesea rr, asm aaet nut it aaa. tv
uuaa. fttaWMjaaaoftbe mast Sofeeselral atads-
ceeeriaeaap. Ssawast ft a See e tbe set. At
jl yoav tea Sirs est aaee taMat mat ae enter tbaa .
lav avaesaaiy.'' uw-. , eaa ; iai w
I-
.i- i jtf x'j a! a ,;ii tM, .'! "J
.-. a
I;out tio Cotton Goods.
: 1 t-U ; 1 - v
Oprrttehe most Extenatve ?eawrie
B.Dtof f 'C, '
Brown sad Bl.aohed Oottoa riaoaeli;
,urM,.M.a.n Meettaaf'vvm:
Barniley Cotton 8hteiiDa; "
' B eol Style, of Oallev'a aod Dclalaesi
-xioiiD(i.miriiD, utngaaas,
And Cotioa Baiiloia. 'i t
A l,o, B4.nk.ta, riaub.ts.'' '
w a j.
Canlmen, O oaa t'loiba, el
i. ete.ala.
' Mash batew ktgular prists. ' ' "-
j Piann athlrilii
kLftlK.FLAlOaftTHIPCPSVT WILIia
KI. 'Ih.moiieiteotltestookin thasliy. ' ;
Amy Woflrene'.s; "J' 63
hiker KIWied gocks. . .
VDd.r aritrta aod Oraweri.
Onltoaaad Maria. book,. "'kUU! .:Mf;
Ooldea U ill chins. ,
, .Qwk't Uu flffllarl, Beak ties..-' . . ',
! , BAIIf st BOX, ,
oeta ' :' 1 ' ' 1 ' No. tt Bank Hlgb Blreet.
unit a su u
PuiNreoocTwraAN vsrey p , .
. iVIalaO tBtaa0ietha! r ,.-...., ,..,.!.,f--..
t; WaieoUanrt Sliuk Utk Val.aolaii , , - ;
Broehe teunbau Dreai Qooda; ...'.
t Jtalmoralakl'l.; ' ,
Alexaaderr Kid Olnretj
', , Ooi. Trail Hoop -tlrri,
S-..4''. Cerwta. Hair Hear. t vi V. -VV -J.
! fUid Hwlaatr
: 'f-":-i- T 1-Mb .; vtl BAIaT It BOX,, a
oellfr.ii. w ri..T' Be. 80 ftoalk High Biraat.
NEW STORE.
HBADLEY & EBERLY
AVE KEFI0VBD TO TIIClK flBfV
bTOBB.. ..- ..Jus'..
BoJ. .250 and 252 South Eirh 8trett,
and live aiioelated with IbemselTtt, WM
BIOHABDi,
',' .l't,.'n
ander tht firm of
He adlej, Itbzfli, k ' Eiehard
I , ' . - , , T ,' , . J . . t
Forming oat. of tbe laraett &ry (Joodt 11 onset I lb
Weil.
'I his Bouts Is eoastanUy rectlTlna; Hew Otedt.
socnas
NEW STYLES OF DRESS GOOD,
fRISH' SILK AND WOOL POPLIN3,' .'
i
PLAIN AND FIGURED REPP GOODS
'PLAIN AND FANCY 8ILK3:vr '
Ths bTswsst and Hsates styles of". : .1 ,'. ; ;'ul
Hamilton.' Manchester' and'Paoifio
, .' I'.'.l w- s -'t Uf ! l1-' .-h J
'' " -tu': .1
i'.. hjt. nt'U v
Ia tbsOlty.eaabeioBBdst. . ! -.
BEA0LEY; EBERLY R1CHARD3,'' f
! Balmoral Skirts.
I .'10. .- - . : a. J... f
In sxsat vartttv. lost iweetra bvi -i " -
i') at.!:.
. Headley. eberly Richards
I J- -..tl.lt. . Cl l- tii! ..
ZEPHYR W0R5TED3,' -' ' -
''. EMBROIDERIES, TRIMMING3, 'Jr
it . GLOVE3 & HOSIERY, jl
1ADIRS' C10TH CLOAKS, ,
I ,;)-1. ;! ji . ' . r ' j I ,i - i it r.. ! 4
Of tfce Bewest Bfytss.iasl received, aad alt- aaads to
order, sy
IIEADLEY,' EBERLT'ot1 RICSARD3.;;
..u 'r.A(n s'i,iei ' 1
ALIO! ., ...
.IS ?7 .
(i- '.- ' ' : i : V.i. s.
BHAWX8,
MEBIN0B3
PLAIDS, '
CLOTHS, 1 -'
r CA83IMSB8B,
,"; SILK fc TBLVBT YBBtlROS,
CHINTZ,
8HBBIIBOB, :'- .
i MEBRIMA0 PBINTS, B00P IKIBTS,'
. j COTIOp CHAIN AMD OABPIT WABPS. .
This Brm. havfpe adopted tbe Car system la the ear
ebase aod tale of Ooodt. an enabled to tell from U to 90
per sent, lets tbaa other aeawa uodct tb. credit system
H)assT, EBEKLY & BICHABD5,
959 end 252 South High Street,
J Calaaabua, Ottle.
.H-dtr : : ... i ., u-'-.-. ,7 -
AUGn0N,AND;C0MaIISSI05
Tf.1
IB SUBSCRIBE! HAVING TAKEN
esse ou tbe Store stooaa . v,, ,-,. ... ,,
l L'
JlXoZilX 'Edst State St,;
hsticpecei
t V. -! i-.T'-ll r
Anetloa . k ComCrissioa Kooa
He Is now prepared la rervlra en Oommtutea evtrj
destrtptlca of properly. sacbTae Dry Ooods. Qmesries
Liquors, VaniitareCanlagea, Horses, tie. Hs also
Intends te den te kit attention te tales ef Meal Batata
and fersonal Pioperty,ai any point, wlthle twenty Billet
oflhseliy. V
I ! 1 I !'.' a. in ,
Auction Sales :Kyery ' Evening, ;
Ooailgnmenlsrepee:fanysollellrif. 1 k
I i W. B. KBBT. Aactlonttr.
cstu : -. " .'j . : -a: ,kh k .
BxOOslirwWDWJS-WT THB LATB
8IR A3TLEY COOPER.,
mm IMIIxM. ABTftt
DR. VALENTINE U0TT
i oe esw roax
Tt) aattaanrledge Staade af tba
Th bast Dinretla. Tooio. and bvtarrttt''' Tha
Paeat Extract of the XTAXIAJf JXJHTP1UI
BCBJir. The Poreat and Most Cecil (Jta X
ktat, H.U-... i i
IMDfSPCNSABLE TO ' FEMALES. t u?
I INVALUABLE TO THE SICK.
A INCOMPARABLE FOR THlt AGO.
ft THE SAFEST ARO BOST n
DtLICIOUS BEVERAGE IN THE.WCniJ.
Pot 81. Plntft and rynartm. hw attn
Drnggl Orocer, or Country Meratutnt.
tOOI OUT T0I BOaUl "
O N D O N O I N
TUB ONLY SESmn iSTtm.a ra
in
T I.
tHARLES' LONDON CORDIAL GIN.
Br BALDWIN CO '
.. . . j r'l saosvae ei svo. .
Wboleatie aad Betel I Grweeta, Sa)mam alkluia ,
i. 3 O. . Will" r,M.aa mvmn,., .
at7lae4BBataf,v.JUBA,Atoa.eWJa,v)0., . .
eeW-Aeodeiljw -.,. ..smetama,..
I .i Vi '
Or- n T L v. a B n . ivuninama
Kereitus
. n,roe n mte Ceflers, '
- fc.ebrai-i.i-ad rookel iiju4XtlXklel .
peris Kid Alowe eai Par kmi. ,
floktea U'U Sb-r's rariaos atslts.
Po,.' Oonioa ii.il Bhiria. So
Vrlring ind rael Slim, do
IfMmifS reeket ntedkmlilenj. Vftrtaaa tlplssT
JUU ttoa aa liases asnaaittt .- - . s
-s m n ' t walif a ty'.
. . , paiti a r'-i.r
Sa(Ue'-4HS e.ln'r-akt i
1 ... . a .u
iiwine .db t
J
J
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, OOLUMBTJS
PJI3AL INSTITUTE.
Tit "est Artltlclal Help) tkw
. AAatuwa blgiil ever InvtBtae.
?1 0.Y
JOSEPH 8. PERIET,
i
I V'Ul . , I
PRACTICAL & SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN, . .
KEEr TIIBJ tABOEST ASSJOKTwi
mta't af tht metr hnproved kludt of veeteclee.i '
All hit Olaites, whether for near or far-sighted are'
round lo eooravo coasts iotas wltfe the areaieet caes. r ,
to as la tart lbs Byes ef all eatee, earing Woakueas,' -
thsaloese ar lnaammttloa of the Byes, and Imuaribia
Slrengtb fr Uua raedlag ot Bna tewibS - - . r
umes. it xaet Slate street, at Bciust wcetters "
Mn.lt Store,, , . , , . , ..... r r rr r
atge-diy - . : -
-' ' "
Oysters I Oysters!!
iiu-JtJ
viixd
HA JDt nticEiveo, and wiiX'1'
be la daily receipt, by Bxpreea, of
FiLE8H CAH 4 KE0 0YSTEEJ,
"IIIT'I
fr.ai Baltimore aad fair Baven. ' n .-i .,",-.. -
Oall at sVegaet'eOyamraadBnltBeest, Be. St Best ,'
SUlsttrMt... ;i. . .- irtl oi t'!)jir ,n
aaaitstf j l ffUluri 2m" t ' ,.
" " 'I " !' .' ' mi 11 "I i ",-.n,i!
Colafflbas Wholesale Unn Store '
Ctl th i.l f, I,
LACELLE ROSS A CO.V-
i 1
tin: , i . h f .11
COMMISSION' MERCEiNTS,,.
i IMP0BTBB3 AND SBALBBS IS M" "
Foreign and Somestio Wines' Bxsjiilles, '
ay te l ' ' ' ; '.- w- ti a, n -t i im i . , . - t-
0Lt) R YJSs, MON in'k BOURBOiCl,
IfABBHODSB AND Of f 101, tSt SOUTH HIH STs -
) i..::ti i j .t M
stkBAlyls -'l,.r;'l Y'.UIO'A i'fi
; vM; iiyjiESTiEAux;:
.':., (SUOOBSSOB TO McJCBB aTiBBtlBluir1-' -
' 'ioc SoW 'jtMxtf1
;,lBALBBI5v V ,,,11
1 1
GROCERIES, PRODUCE
PROVI8ION8 ,
: Foreign and Domestic Fruits, .'
FLOUR, SALT, LIQU0RS,ETC.
8TORACE & COMMISSION-
"j.jrvlS " '
" . -l, --re r i rrrrri
ii vrr
lOQl. - i
lOOl,
GREAT WESTERN
DISPAtlCI-E
- " i. no
Prrw.-b
Unite Statue Ezwreae Oe.,
FAST FREIGHT LINtF
, Via Sew Tork & Erie Bailroad,
''I .... , - ' ' C. . .i- .-Ka.
And all .other Roads Leading, West ,
i . . ... and Southwest... - .... ,
Chart, red Cars ever is oat Boads enPtwatafts Trains.
, . ' f d.W.i..4,.A.'J JL
m. n. hotbt; tg't,
. . S31 Broadway, M. T,
I
A. t. KBIftflT Ag
.SJatattBU Boston.
WM. H. PSBt; Saperialeaeat,veirat; vVVi A
U. FlYCH Ac HON ,1 A ft rate.
Bt Tfeat Bread treat.
OOLTJlTIBOBiOHlO.
-(' ' ' , ' , .AUi.r,..
. ' o '. . . i. .1 1 f ti '
" stpll
1 o'l
,.'.U
u
PIR8T
- mxm OF THE SEASOU v
) i'ji ) '.row. i f, ' t -1 t.i i i i t
SPRING AND SUMMER'CrdiODS
5 j :AT; P. RQSE'S.
I' AGAIN Of PER TO TUB tPUBLIO , t
atettiia aewttee af Oeedtla ay Hoe. J eat taeetw i
aae la Mew Tork at tateheaptat pwiettsaeli ef wkiab C .
I shall eell at Ibe taaa Ileal pr.Sla, for Caak. Myeaitoti .
ere aad fiinada are rateaclfully mvittdteealiaa eiaail . i
mt my Ootds aa Pilcaa, ae I aaa SsttatuteA it test aa id
eheap or ebcaper tbaa aap tthee . beast tt abealiytena
as I do my own Catting, and aaperistetxl at owa but
nets, I feel attared, frees my long noaHenee in bast" -oats,
tt gtve general tatitfectiea. - The tmeat of work' ' '
ea are employed, aad alt wort doaellrtrtry to tfaeaae "l-J
ot tberl aotlee, aad war ran led tt SI. Baraagert vtntlBg
oerdty voeld Mift tbelr tntmet by I Irin, aM a tad '
Mtmpai-eaMtagtlatwsmwh- r. mouB,'--'" ."1 '
, - f . ..i,.' i. . -)T VersbaatTvllev? ' i
aarchtftdly -' '"I Otr. High aa Iowa is; '
eagle m ass;wdrk;8;?..
1 Ceraar Bprlja Vaier Bu4'
I - t.iilt
e,5H
i- . '.' L .f ' l ' atawaaataa-aa. f. t Jt,a 1'tJ .Jl
J,tJ ..1 Bit .
W. B. :;i P0TT3 :CtlJ CO!
;JaflLOEC
tjtlxtabartrtrs efHraif and Oomrll'Csallaga,
I IlnmmAftmaWittfttXaaBttoagariaS
Electro Platiaj jma Oildins; !
stencil cu series, StC.
" mbl -ewiy ...... 1
NEt7 O OALYAViJ
Tnat UNDER SIGN Elk KBtPI CN-a
SIAHILT aa aaa ao let tale, Ibe Seat uUty tf
wtrlek hs will nil ai Om ktre aai-kst atete.
Call an A exaalne af Coat be fere parokaalag ekta-
where. .it-i . i i hii.i. .
Offlca at lbs eter tf Bradford, sejdaa A 0t., bead
efOaaal. -i --iTt, . ,. ....
i . , MnVf, arjTPAaV-
epSS-Sm . . r'.rrfiv3 I if, .
illoaw'lScoMor.f
. , (Lata ef Pbalea-t Bstahltabment, . T..J f f
PROP1CIETOU tjr THBNEtV sTOBBC ..
f aehiooable aaa? icg, llair Cat Use, S bias tea la g,
Oarllug asd Cms lug talooa, i ,b. .. .iu ...i ... ; .
Jouth BlsH Bt, oxer Batrai etor; ?
where satiafaetlea will be glrea la all (be vwleaaf
Udttt' aad Cblldrta's Hair Prtsilaj done'ki' Ois sestj
'"sij iidtw'' ' ':
'A -rrnrisB- BBW-sLri-v-----T'
j OU aTOe. IB, Ma T I. XUTAW tRUl?: S ft -OtTtv
for east Bkatr ea'tbrated ansa
GOLDEN MEQAX, -'7
i 0,!HJ iv'GRAifD
AND SOARS
s . . W.il.l Jfl
'La
PIANO-FORTESv'
saeV-
setae aismir taeemieeatea ey tne arm
w-wiol asttsenrsel tea staatty, aaa .
WAJLBABTBDfOB ft "
r.-s, :ri.ii rrraTBAsa.
' Tba, tatet taatfdl I asilawir aap rely apea saw,
aleaead lo ararj rteait. . .
Serae liberal. - - , V.Jf.Sk Tll
BftbXUB t W33TBJi. Agania, J
astSSilyaw. -r i-i't)a Oaie.
aEPFl.tjAII" Ott1 WATfe00T
OLOABCW)taa. Abe, tiae taut el Pr
iMtatjtMi,laaU daatraWS atiaia-e--i Vkimi
iseataMauuoaetotaaK. -.tZHl. a iT-.rt la
I..ia
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