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SEU,
COLrMBUS,
OHIO.
,5lYrttO&aQ. OCT. 30. 186U
The Position and the Spectacle.
m oaa aVft haVV
There v w -"--' , "
4, loot eouceptioa nrvuw prnoo.
h... There M
. k.r. reaUia la tb world" bUUrj
U ell a. eml wars that lewtoforr V
i : j ..t;nn Ve ever effueded M
lOMS BUViwi ow
.kiln. a anecieclo. j-.
. Wik'Muitil,P,'J",t,,D
.nfc. .ut Una ol uiri eoiiteioo
A- .tnnVdaiu fore oead -
Med,NiMut to b. engagea la ih
,Tm following biru'e-eje lew rf
i k. .k. iw.ei Ci row
. , . r.-tro Monroe, and Biasing
tud the vast boot ol u
r".Inl -J Mrtdla SteWa. numoerea ,
th. O0tli
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tblO VII-
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W - .d OxeoarUC loV'Ue
T 7. -.r.'.j- Tbue Irwta avaaeaa t
ajwaiot Bw-m -.MiMin.
ik. m0mM ., 8mm, eleioel aav.
Bore Mi a - . , htLa
W1U SWU ww .-..-- , HBJlMI
Otl diapleV
rj l.m'l net
. .lu,,,. tia rw
with lb greatest
art wuiuoi i
orfed.
dlrolae of pbjiloal force,
Thia
.robing U a klod - Vf
- i aaotlBeol.ooololnea w
war T-..1. that are thronging the "ter. .lon,f
tbe coatt fro M.rjlaoa to itaae.
graidmpo.toapect-!l.. Bat lit gr."
dearU btlghiened bejood th. po.er of tb.
Bind to greep It, when ttflct npoa tbo Ue
osdoaa euke at Una. ' T'7 7
Wo A.enoao. are pl-nf at ao tuck gam.
M klogaand atietowaU art wont to play at
Wo aro engaged io bo dlplometlo iqtabble, U
oeooitouoti aboot monopoly andprieilep, not
Uaoyd.apotoabrtttbooo.iiooto a throot
or a dukedoau But tbo qaetiloo at Uauo ia a
Tlul to aa - people or a nation, aa if ooo ol
life or death la aa Individual. It ia aimpb
whether wt ehall eonUnno t oxift. a hereto
fore, eoe great, o-w ni P0,Pwoo P0-.
or bo ditided loto two, three, tea, perhap thir
ij petty prorkcti with o common bond ol
mnltj, bat each the prey of perpetual jBaloualee
ad rirablee.
We are eager to hear of great battlte aod
eplendld ocbieremtnti. But la'aftei
geo, wkea tbe history of ibeto dayi will be one
I tkilUing intertet, men wiU bot earo eo mock
boat theee flghti on tea and land, ae they will
to onderiund fully tho fpWt. temper and aim
or tbe great contending pertio. Io the impar
Hal verdict of the Jury of the f oturt, no allow
)eo will bo made foe carrying on a war on
cither tide for tbe gratification of pereonal am
Utioa or of actional prejodico or rerecge
Nor will moUree of mere philanthropy toward
the black race be held" to justify tbe slaughter
.M,. ana tho doaoUtion ol tboie hoaee.
Much lees wUl mea who baTS brought about and
.tor oa thia reroU egalnst a GoTornment
U which were centered the kopee of the vm
aa .nod in otctt land, sund acquitud before
tte great tribonal, whoee dedtion the pen ol
At.. LI.eula.n an ef tVlff ho sharDened to re
annl. Whether eneceeefol or not, they will bt
ooMigned to tbo black catalogae of tteee who
ro rrgarded at aot only traltora to the people
of whom they formed a part, but ae the ooeaiei
f mankiad. . -
Gen. Fremont.
. . . i - -
' From the eUepatahae to the Cincinnati Gaxttt;
wa Ufa there to no doobl bat that General
Fatawr U to be eaperteded. and General Boa
m BlBoed ia command. It la due the eoontr
Bad General Fanton. that be should be rj
BMed at mov or, thai tbla clamor should
eaeo. ' If the President Is satiafied he hu doi.e
wrong, or ie not competeot to the dtMfaarge
the dndaa of ble noeition, diemtu him at once.
If tale ie aot the eaee, and there are no ground
for WeeUmor. let U itap.and not emberree
bis la hie poettioo. ' . - . i
i The 8mm of Hieeoori and tbo Union, caaee
...a aaffared muok eOOWtb bT tbO removal
oi tketea HaET. The boliiioapol.il
oiaae made ao dietarbanoe and made oo com'
plaint when be wee remand. . l
Who is Responsible?
-ria Waar' Taik WtrU. M referriof to the
terrible affair oa tho Dyper PetomM. oo Moo
daT.Oai. Sl.eay:
Wo eanoot betioro tkat Col. Baker croMed
Am Puiaaiafl wittMOt Ordere. Il ie ioeredible
that at lajporlai.! a oeevent should bare been
oodemkea oo aia owa motloo, or that, if b
bad any dlaereUooary power wkea be reached
' tbe riter, bo thoald have proceeded aoy (unbar
' ia the ebteoce of ruluble meaoe of trantport-
tioa. lie moat have acted ta obedience to im-
eralitfl eedere, and the ojaeettoa who gare
tboee ordere moot be met aao aoewertd. While
tbe euoauy dnpt a manly tear oeer the body
- o4 ibal brovo men, who bore hinuelf so heroic
ally and aobly eavrklotd eta Hie ia obeoieoce
toaie acperior ifficr. it Ie of ettal tatereet
the ottbiie oafety to avertalo oho that superior
efflorewao. W be ie roaootn'ble for thie appall
log blnodei f Wby Io It that oo order to croM
' wa. given, without any Soluble provMoo for
' eaecHUogitT , Who U rerpjoelble lor tbe fact
thai ta view of ibo eeeeeaitf lor oroeeiog, and
tbe MMibility of heeiog bottily to ro eroee the
rtverVao poniooa train or tnluble proeieioa
. boats 6aa beeo proTided any o hero eo the npper
- Pauaiuit Taaaa are eravo ooeeiione wbCb
stoBoi remain nnanswered. Too cooDtrv.de-
. fuDxis to kxow whoUreeponslble. . ' '
In the Contraband Trade.
two partlssoa th ferry boat, who were
making tbeir way to Indiana, with the Inten
tion of traveling dowa opoosito Under too,
'tome point lo that vicinity, aod crossing then
, by si iff, and Ibas on to tbe land of rebeldom
Tha b a man named W. E. Wolfe, and
very handsome, prepoeseesiog young woman
a Mrs. Steel oo more, apoatauiiy, ansa
.lokiMTi a nlneteea tears of age. Th mao
kad about five hundred dollars worth of needtee
I. a halt, tied around hie body, blle Mre.
Steele bad en a quilted petticoat, eontaiolcg
' ib in!!ninr trtloieit Several entire earde
military buttons, aod soms forty or flftr lettere
Jot raiioue pertlee la Cbarleatoo, Nbvllle,
', Orleao. etc Tbw facte were diaoovwed
oo aa examiastioa at the Fiaeoet Marha,'e
office, aid the parties werelodped la Jil Their
good, of oour. wa DO OOLUsCMea.
tT Ia BL tools, a few Jayi shce, t ehRd bo
fcg heard to cry dutrettlogly, neighbors broke
tha hnnaa. and found the ehHc.
wi th.. .nntha aH. !,ln cnori the brreit!
, . . " '
of lla mother, who was dead. The Inquest
learasd that she was a soldier's wife, aod lb
eiste of lor in'b CUfOM of th heart.
In the Contraband Trade. Gen. Stone's Orders to Col. Baker.
lh follow'r. ; or cxat wp'M of th.otdert
from G. Bum to CuJ. likfr, wbtott were
lottod ber.tnli tbo lining of tb Ut:et' bt( bj
ttkea liom too twia. Uiia ait oepij ;"
ith Col. Biker's btood.ao4 one or tbe Ottiien,
Kich weal through bii bead, earnea away
ooraerof iht ftrai: ' A '
D, ft. Come r IHf th bolUi trogt ib wora f
to iuw. tn.m'i f
VWI. J f " J , . . i
Culoiiil la e ol beat J nnug
I.i.nd. an vrtll adf.Dce th Ciikm-
oio Regiment of yoar brigade, of fettre tho
ih. f.lmo.t rendered Illegible bj blood Virgin-
i ue ol tb rieer1, et jwr dboretlon aeaom-
uc commtod on errleai. -
Colonel, innet obe
CHAS. P. STONE,
CHAS. P. STONE, Brigadier-General Commanding.
T1i weani) order. bioh foIlQWI, Va fleliT-
an tha kaula field bf Col Co2iwelL bo
ui ta fUL Bker. in reolf (0 a Quibhoo inti
.i m..ni. "Ail riant, co bed." .Tberenuoo
Qui. Biker put il io hi bat without roadiog.
An hoot aUeroaro oe uu., , . , ,
CHAS. P. STONE, Brigadier-General Commanding. HEADQUARTERS CORPS, OBSERVATION.
EDWARDS'S FERRY Oct. 22—11:50.
' CuLoaBL-.! am iblurmcd tbl lbs forca of
tha iuiiai ia about foor tdousaod, alt told- . . U
jo oaa puab uem. job ma oo eo aa iv m
navo a aceoog p aiojo near Lmburg, II jou
oaa keep them brxe jou. aroidiog tbeir bttta
tike., li tbej paaa Lebarg and uke the Gum
Sprtogi Kited, jou wiu not jouoa- tar, ou
tha ftnt cuod ouaitioa to eorer that road.
Thair djoivo la ij oraar n no. u tucj n
ubiUod to laueai, ee Ur a Gooee Croek, here
r 1 r - .... . a . r4
hrt eaa be reiuioreeo iruui iuua
kaee a iroug poaiiioo. . .1 c
Retoit IreaMbdT. vocn are
poabd,Uraiar citoume upon their fltiik-,
aud
P. STONE,
Brigadier-General Commanding.
Mrs. Lincoln's Political Influence
and Proclivities.
. Some time since so extract was published
from tbe Wathiagton correspondence of the
3priogfieUJ(Maa.) RtruUicn, relating to tbe
Dolitloal iLflttOoce aad pioclteiilet ol Mrs. rreo
ident Lincoln. ' Another correecondiol or tbe
tame paper, referring to, the statements of its
ormer cor respondent, writes as follows: .. ;
In these dav. it Is nnoommoo for aoytblng to
bo not only ' tbo loeu'a ,la, obi too a a ,
tbe coulUj, beloto It goto tbio tbe aewrppert
botsottie.lnthepreeenioaeo. Mre Liuoulu'a
gluteal itiBdeoeo le IbO tbrme Of an woo re
torn J .em We.hing'oo, and all toll tbe eame
hi concerning tbeeiree wa oi tnai iLnuenoe.
na inn and etioatajiee ul maof remert i oafe
neard aa brh tj expretsod lo mo a few ki
go, by Vtrgtuie geolleman roaioing " aau
mgtou. Wbm 1 acteo aim won pwwu
jt Mre. Lioooln, be replied, Thai she is two
thiid pro-elavery, and the other third seceeb "
W beiber toeee proeuviiiee euarawcriaw u
litical influence, tbo country la not iniurmea
Perhaps be aeaumee a neutral position on tbe
contraband subject. Her noble native Stale,
u she calls Keutuckt, has been neutral, you
toow, and made tffctive use or ber Movant)
to convey thousands ,apoo tboaiande of ear
load of ammunition and proviaioo tj aid and
eomlort the rebel. ' It ie well koowa that
President Lincoln signed tbe eoon-caiion bill
ith ao agony of reluctance " It win lose ua
Kamncki ho aid: a nolo! on which bla mio-
uner of the borne department wis probably no
cnliarly tenteious. Mrs. L. Is reported t nave
two brothers In tbe rebel army, one of whom is
peculiarly diotingulibed for brutality to Yankee
prisoners. Tbi. If true, Indicate educational
lifluences ?ery likely to nave naao mcir iw
"teo-tblrde pro-slarery and tbe other third se
Washington Items.
We lake the following from tbo epeaial die-
pitches to the Philadelphia Prei under data ol
Ootober 27: , -
OFFICIAL REBEL REPORT OF THE RECENT BATTLE.
Brieadler-Geoeral Evans, in his report of tbe
Ball's Bluff affair, reports tbeir killed and
a minded al three hundred, ae published in
Tnnradav'a Richmond aaber. To this seven
ty.fi e or one hundred pee rent, may be added;
oraeinr. eooduairolv . the intffioieocy ol our
r o - . - t
arms...
SIX HUNDRED PRISONERS.
The Richmond oaoere, before me, ol' Tbure
da lost. av that six hundred of our men were
tiken prisoners, and that they would arrive that
morolog and no imprisonea -in uo capaciom
nhaoea warebonie of Rubert A. Myo," wbtcb
was beinc made ready for them. This "in du
rance vile." will prove to those unfortunate
braves etoeaoVe. j
MASON AND SLIDELL.
TbaSuad'ooCArsntcIcsaT: "Reliable In for
matioa baa been received at ibe Stat Depart
meo, that M.soo and 8lidll made their exit
from America tie Mexico, and not by ibe route
originally Udicaied." . ...j
A PRESSURE UPON THE EXECUTIVE.
ol
We have a little rmy of poliUciana. la ths
oily, who are nrgtng tbe Etei otive to mUoo.
A Senator, la tie round ot nts -oatis, pm a
viaittoGen. MeClellsa, and, after tome plain
ulk to him. waa Invited br tbat effluer-to tbe
review leeterdav at Bail'a Cross Roads. ' "1
una bore. sir. not to see holiday play, but
Oik." was the replj ebtther judioiuus or
not I loave to the judgment ol your readers
'
Sale of the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne
and Chicago Railroad.
to
to
of
Tbe Fiitibargh, Fort Way no and Chicago
Railroad waa Bold by publio soot ton ia Cleve
land, on Thursday lost. 1 be road waa oirpos
td of as aa entirety, including all lie boue,
aohinery,eoal, iron, toaibtr, lands, tight of
way.ete.ete loengbtoi way,oepui grvuoas
and lot, and laud lit tbo oiii.abd vitiuiti ot
Chioaeo. norchaaed by said oompany aioco the
pendency of certain suiu.and the bridge prop
rr y and other . real eelete of t'.e Cuaip.nj at
Ibo city of Piitaburgb, aro lobjecl to mortgage
i Use. Tbev were ibo uded in the. eale, but
obi act tj said iLOembrsaoeo. no pro vision bar
in. nowa aude for tbeir paimeot Tbe eale
took Dlaee at tbe Custom Heuee, tbe. flrt bid
beiiar six hundred thouaasd dollais.. A mo
moot's pauee alter the eanoaooemebi of the
bid. and H.ia. Kent Jarvla.Of ftaasetlloa, oner
edt750.0O0. Aooiherpau aod a thud pro
posed gSUU UUU. iiero ibe xae aee ae.ee to-owto,
a eoiio of the Commlasloaets . txclaimlog,
"eefy eight hundred tbowaad, gentlemen, lor
Ibis valuable property " Finally, J. f. D. L
elr, Eq. a well koowa New Yoik bebker, bid
12 DOU DoU nr. feriaeoa appoaieo inaiviou
.ue ia tkoMeatlemaa from London," aud te
tba "gentleman from Philadelphia," but these
were aot t be moved, and tbe road waa knock
ed dowo lo Mr. Lioier, who, ae chairman of
tbe t mmitico. bought it for hlmielf, 8 J. Ti'
den. John K. Thompaooa damsel tiaona and L.
U Meyer. ; Tbe road will be reorganised for
tba benefit of tbe clock aod boadboldera, by
toectal enactments of ths State through which
the line oasses. it being held in trust by lb
pretest parebesere. This is the largest saloof
tbe kind ever beid on this tde or me Allegheny
r
rs0 Mountains , tiutburgh L4;et,
or
a
ol
A Turret Asssstid Oolted Blales Mar
thai Bab Hoxie, arrived ia the city yaoterdsy
nornlne. bavin in . bit custody as a prieooer
one Frane, oi Rochester, Cedar county., Tbie
man Is charged wilo Having oommiitea tresson
in writing letters, tending Ibiormstion to in
rebels, snd divers other things 'oolsvfal. ti
Is now lodged la Jail, aod bis case If blng t
amined bv ihe erand iurv.
This Is ths fiist arrest thai kai been made In
this Blue by ths civil tntboriiles for the crime
of treason. Tbe Marshal ssyt the reuare of
this man had a most salutary effect opoa tbe
Inhabitant of lbs locality wb're be resided.
Before, inert were not three Union men in tbe
neighborhood! now there aro not three "ie
fiesb." aVuoaoae Itnu$,'JM.
General Stone.
. 'Brlcailler General - Charlee f . Slots. .; tbe
commander tt Edwards's Ferty, Is a native of
Mcbnett, and a graduate of Wset Paint
lo lc4t. lie was promoted lor bis gallant ooo
dual in lbs M xiosa war, and rattened his com
aiirsion In ItfiS with tha rtnk of BrtvotCp
Uin. Oa the breakins; aot ortho present
bj,,,, bjo, oomatand ef tho District of
Colombia njllltit, and wa soon after appointed
jBrlgadltr.
Richmond, Va.
Tbe Seade CAru; publish d tbo followicg
from the Rlouwoud paper of Tbuidav
Oca VicTosr at L.b uo I he victory ci
Colonel (bow General) Crana at Leesburg, oa
Monday was erea more complete aad glorious
than we yesteruay reported, it: Io addition to
the dwpaionee wo tbea puwtabed, one wee re
ceived by tho Preaidett, Tuesday night, from
the -chief of General Beauegsrd'e staff, Col.
Jordoo, la which he asyet . . t '"
, Mt bare to report tbo capture or etx aunareo
prisonere and teelvo hundred stand of arms.'-
I hew aiiiea eco woanaea amouoi to oetween
ten hundred end loelre buodiei. The rout
was total Tbe flgbt was ao infantry engage
ment exulosittLr. The foror. engaged were
tbo Eighth Virgiaia and the Seventeenth- aod
Cigbleeotk Mweieeippt Krgimeoie too i di
toenib Mieeio-tppi bag beut ia reeorve. Mo
eitillery was flied by m."
Tbeeo groat reeoita, o i rememoerea, were
chitved by two thousand Are hundred men,
flhuue avainat ten tbeasand. wlib Bee batter-
tee of artillery oo tbeir aids, and none, In ne,
oo ours. V man m joex, wua a otroog arm-
lert loree belpieo tho iuor.t istor ebooe lew
la.uof arm to Dlendlt.' 'Uencetortb the name
of GaoeraJ Evan will ute luj mace oo the roil
of h eroee. and bis ncoobauerable troops hate
achieved a deed that will oa.ke their snemoriee
gloriou tor genersiioL to coaeJ To have
been with Evane at Leecbtlrg, will ba Ut each
one of tbem, hereafter, ea Ibdwbulablo jwool ol
dinotleaa valor, aad will oooetituto lor- each a
title abd d enort to the gratitude of bis coon
trymen. Wub forces croelly dwproportioued,
they bare suiukeo tbe praumptouua uivadeis a
bloo tbat ba sent ibea staeeeriog and shirk
ing back from tbe soil their rooutep poltuieo",
i d thai mual mke tbo giant Baurpa loo t
Waabintfioo b odder thro o no all IM Iraroev,
W ere, as ye-, without the ntmee of any of
the brave meo who bave laiien on our noe,
mtrtmiotb eacred trugeie for imperilled
liberty sod beletued Uod. Wo aympalbise
lb tbe ai Xioua toiieHuoe or note wno-e irieno
met tbe lu'iuoee of this memorable fiiht, and
some of whom noe eleep beboatb tbe eoil tbeir
eell-devoiiou baa eoovoorated. 1 bey have fal
eo nobly, aa true men, end the country mourns
wub taoee who aro berelt. Lit lb is be tieir
eoueolaiioo.
Fixi UKs Eimctio Ordere were yeVerdey
giveu to the ctUjeia io charge ol the Y alike
priMioers lo preptro lor the reception ol x
hundred mora of Old Abe'e meroeoarie. Tbe
capaciou tobacco warenouse or Kooert a
Mjo, on Tweoiy-firh, between Mala end C
ry ttreeis, was thereupon eogsged for their re
ce.tioo. They will be here about 9 o'clock
thia morning. All tbe inconvenience aod trou
ble they my be pat to wn'le be e or elsewhere
will oo doubt be "taken out" in left-hmded
preyers for their master, "Old ' Abe." Em-iner.
- ; -
Thi Cotrr or Nbm CabolikiI We are
glad ti learn ibai D Uadier-Geteral Hill is put.
mg everyibing iu mMioo la bis department ou
our CJr. . tie i electing new batteries, and
puttiog ercytbing lu order for tbe reception of
tbe entmy. We learn thai our sound will be
covered with armed vessels to met the foe at
every poiot. Ws observe that Gen. Hill makei
a rrquMtioo upon the people ol Orareo for one
lour i u of ibtir slave lute lor two wetks to aid
io the construction of the batteries, fie alio
propose to accept a rrgimeut or battalion of
volunteers for "local detente" from tbe coun
iee of Hyde, Beiufbrt, Craven, Careret, Jonrs,
Oo4ow, and Lenoir, to serve lo the couDtles
where they belong, except in ao emergency.
SvrriNiKO The Memphis Appeal learns that
Pireoo Drooblow, ol the Kuoxviile Wk'g, bs
become so sofiened lo tbe Coul'ederAio eiiatis,
ibat be even bii ol' raialog a regiment for
pete
tbe war. Hd. . ,
There are more than a thousand Invalid eel-
diets, at Ibis time, la the boepiiel of S auotoo,
aod about five buodrrd aud buy in tho hospital
at tbe Rockbridge Aao Springs. iito. .
Injury to Grain and Potatoes.
Our correspondence with tbe weaiern farming
regions, especially in Illinois, concurs io repre
setting the great injury sustained sioeo harvest
by tte raioe tailing on tbe Blacked srun, and
also by disease In the potato crop. A a sptct-
men. aa intelligent correspondent in a.epbea
son county, llliuois, writes thai: . . .j
"Tbe potato diecsse bos sppeared to snctt an
extent that about one-iooith of tba crop (I lost
already. No soil or locality is free lrom ibo
rot. - I be long spelt of wet weather brought on
tbe diseases The crap otherwise would have
been good.' iL . , . : ;
T be corn crop is good, but sunered greatly
from .the wet, especially tbat which was blown
dOWO. : j : '
"Tbe. grain stacks are seriously damaged
The beet stacks ara much grown, while the poor
stacks are mere beeped aianura
Oar cropt of cereale were not full crop at
Bitt. but from tb ibiurie mentioned, they now
sink for below what they were lost year.
"It bos rained frequently and heavily foe tbo
last six woeki and iai-, wub warm weather la
lerveoluK, ereaily li iured croos that wero ex
posed. Th let mere of Northern Illinois have
a dull proipeet. Poor crops, low price, witn
heavy tay.ee. - t
"The great chance ia tba pork market, but
even thai ia doubtiai. Hone are plenty aod
thritly, and tho bos- crop will be eood," .
The change la trade eooetqueat oa the c!os
lu ot t io lower Hiesiseippt by tbo war drpree-
o the orice ef tbe bore, and keep tho price
of grain low in eoociqueooe of tbe difficulty of
lur warding grain ana ixoer proaucco to eastern
market by tbe snipping oa untt or oy tot rail
roads, ae there ia a dtfloieocy of ova aod vet
sel lo accommodate tbe iuereaeed business
tbrowu oo lbs eastern roates ti the AtlaoUo by
tbe eloeii'g o ths eoa'bern or lower Missieeippi
roatr. But Ibeao dmcultiee of transportation
will toon be net by iuoroased faciliti oa 'he
r hi tea between tbo East aud Weal. Mio York
Wi.rU.: . .y .- -. - y
Too Many Camps in Ohio.
' Io oiir opiuioL ehich we give for what it ia
worib -there are entirely too many campa In
tbit State, and too many reglmeuts Tortilug at
tbe eame time. . .Tbo oooicqueboe In disca or
two skeleton regimeote art lailng idle, and
subsisted at tba txpente of tbe Government!
nbicb, if concentrated could be doing active
t cm Ice. And by ibe.sam meaoe omp qu"p-
ago, cloihiog, etc., to avast amount, aod which
the Guvernmrnt ttand in need of, is lucked up,
to the damage of tbe service. Unnetck Uur.
.. Tns SctrrHwt'T Pas Aryts The official
reports from our flrettff New Orleans, though
tbey disprove tbt boattlul dwpatchot of Holiio,
aro net of a cbarao-er to reflect credit upon ibe
bmcore in command of our vessels- 1 hey seem,
by their own oobftsaioo, to have beea .discon
certed by the attack, aud to have fairly turned
tail and .inn away, wbea. ta Toe subsequently
ascertained, a little pluck on their pari would
bsvo destroyed the rebel fleet. . In the panto a
fue wtsspoiisd ti tb mertxlue of the Fin
ceuoee and tbo vessel deserted. , Fortunately tt
did not burn, soi alter the panio was evei tbe
v easel wot recovered. . tlad not tbt rebel beto
so cowardly themselves, they might have secur
ed a valuable veesel, with no risk to themselves
These are ODpleaeeol feiti to disclose, but tbey
cannot be overlooked. - We must see tt It that
our offloers are bald tj a rigid accountability
for all tbv do, a well aa lor au tbey fall to
[From the new Orleans Picayune, Oct. 11.]
Resignation of Gen. Twiggs.
'
.1 We bave been per milted by Geo. Twiggs lo
see end cop? a tele cram received by him to-dsy,
Iroal Hon. I. P. Bvbjtmin, aettrg Seorttvy of
Wor.eJaUd at Kiobmood, on tbe SJiasi. !
Caef n V. Tariaa ' ijten;i w,i j-'. m I
Year d s patch ts received.. Tbe Department
learee with reent that Ihe state of lour health
Is sncb at to cause yon to request to be relief ed
from act veduty.--'-.- , w !. ii j-'i
- "Your nooeei ia araptsdr bot yon aro expect
ed to remain In command noill tba. arrival of
Geo. Mao.fleld Lovell, who has been spoolfiled
to saooeed yon, and who leasee for Itew Of
-" '
J. P. BENJAMIN.
( i I I I tvfc.iJ i
1 fn Date Canst--Uiider the thoroogh Ban
see meet of the leieees. the business ol tbe
natcootioaee to Improve. : Poring tbe last few
tons of ulc Iro t-es
Portsmouth
Tribune, Oct. 24.
.Tbe stev. Mr ' Bpn'gebo veoeotlr spoks
aboat tbe OMlla.7 -Too StturJmg BnL eaya
that be "enters law tbe ape-oboreoir wilh oo
alderable apprecUllon ef tba part." -
DIED.
i. (hli eltr. am Tanoat
0taim, vldaat amu.anr.f Ja ao ""T
Clarka. ml ataa veari aad eavea atoalka.
Ih fuatral will take p 1 I orrow fTtumiavj
auraiaa. at aio. Iroal the ..a.a f lb (aUf .
He. liS Oak (tMei. to eWeb rrw aequalotasae
iieraapaelftillFliivtHd.: -" 1 ' M
'
NEW' ADVERTlSEMEMTb.
fttlLfifiUS FLOWER ROOTSe
V Jaat taatlTid from noiUBd, a out of ,
Dutch Flower Hoots,
CmUUsgof
fot
" 1'. :i
HYACINTHSk
t -.
. TULIPS,
narcissus;
AND CROCUS.
I f tfl is -Jf r r- . . . ... i v
I fit' M. -v.. .c -J
. Wall istorkd, sad ia prim eoadiUM. j u:
Vow la Ih Hp ftr plantlnir.
Auulf wjB at the Celaatkua arry.
BATED AM. HANFOUD & CO.
tet.rtt.'-.- '
A
. , IMTERESTINC
TO EVERY READER.
TT la aa Irdlapu'aMe fa-t tat If anv B.rann wanta on.
lot ihoMaBhr.atlB-4ClwaLX eEiaOriU
COATb, a Will meallv tut lata ia lent queaitifcM at
y OlAKtUS OlllliUa O.
If any waa orae af ewning ate ef ih lata tle
I StlTIICVtSCOtli, vlk ) alia ad.
doa't bik vuur beads M kam abcra le gad Uum, bat
CAPITAL CITY ARCADE,,.'.
' Vpaiie tb State Uoo-t. . -
Toe will bud tbea Iheje lo att eolnM, kepi by "
MARLUi CUILD3.
Dl" jti nawwtaraoy el the SILK ailXIO Ot.
el a B a SO 1 I'd, wile" ara aol al ih v.uitaJ City
Aicmmi Bun in ana yon win aad iims io pile,, at
rorS way alas tola want of PASTS and Vf.3rs.and
X loan I, bat one eatabllahmaul la the Weal wurre
fnla and Tel a ara lotiehu io all air ptt, thtpaa,
lyics, quaautie. aua qi.mw,, ara inv pi.n mi.
iArtl AL, CI I I AKUALrc,.
TvO'T for.-et tb nbmalva anirtoient sf FLRNIPH
XJ INi o'X)U3. pariiraUr j in WOOl IN rill .TA.
atucayouou and in - uro, mte and bio.," at toe
st" tdniAb our akuuk.-
; j ' feapcruteiidtd by Uarcu vb li
Tt yon wilh to wear aironnl. IfltDB TU flit.
X DIM yon can d i a btier ibai in o to iha Mrr-
ebaDI TilbirlnK XfiablitiuneBI. axxt lo Ilia Arnvle. aad
alcat luur o.d fees a I luk caianrltlee all nolora !
Hrartr Otoioe. 4atbaai Mi V.urt aad Plua-Vrat.
tnia, and a wiliaunljr an el Ithagoud It by i orcbM
aioiat M j. ', --'1 , ...''!
... MARCUS CUILD.Va.
flLfTttr aiNTLtUE.aaaa tbay ewaeto thU
til ciiy antra (tre.aon wt,h to eel aUNKOdV.lt
u ui uuu ora. BUTaaiaga tc, cmii at
Wh.re a tarte annrmeDt of BLCC CLOTII aad ether
artleiee belonili f io ibo equlpi.a ol aa officer eta be
bad at va,y aod-ia'e ur on ' , .-1 i I i a it
la aburi aall at J .1 ii v ,i I 1 Ji i x J
.f ; Harciis Childs's,
Proprietor af tha eiuntlre batlona locality,
HO 21. 93 and 85 UIGI1 STHEtT,
Opposite the Bute iloaae.
eeti7-d6m
J.m.&y.K(ERFJR,
NOs BO, " r
Corner of Broad & Front Streets,
COLUMBUS,
, PKALIKSIK
CROCERIES, . PRODUCE AND
' . provisions. : 1
FOREIGN St DOMESTIC FRUITS,' ,
FLOUa; BALT, UQUOiS, ETC.
OY8TIR8 IT THI OATf 1.1 tOBItt I1AS0X.
ociSSHlly -
BOARDING ! BOARDING ! J
GOOD BOARD dc PLEAS ANT ItOlifllS
for ttyhi or tsa pennaa. eaa ha lud by applying
Q. PATrEBMX. Mo 1 13 death Iioot BtrMt, btlwets
Sl.U aod Town llxett
Being bat one tqnar frm Ue 8 tat Hons, naket II
detlrai'i piao lorauauiaat men.
ootlS-dla ,j . .- i ,...;.:;). , .
Oysters! Oysters!! i
TTAS JtT RECEIVED, AND TV ILL
A-A. b Ui dally receipt, b Xxprao, of . . . .
F21SH CAN ft KEQ OYSTERS,'
Frrsi BaKleaors and Pair navra.
0 .11 at W agoet't Oysur and trait Depot, He. SI Sail
Blata streak . . . " . !
augiitu . i - . , . v . ,. ',' . , ..
I'olamhs Wholesale L;qabr Store
- -h - : .
LACELLE ROSS & CO., .
COMMISSION r merchants;
IMFOaTBBB AMD DIALIES II I
n ' ' i
Foreign and Dometlio Winei, Brtvadiei,
it-'i. ate. It. ALIO,, ,i, J ii
OLD UTE, MONONGAHELA k BOURBON
fc;;.,.'.Tr..'VHi3KY.
l M - ... !...- :
VAkgnorjBi and orriCLSstaouinBieaiT.
lKCOLTJMBUS,.OSIOlTj r
SffSdlyl u f. fm ; , iK, , i . , .
1 NEW- COAL YARD.;
THR U1DKKSIONED KESPB C-tt-STAMtLY
oa haad tod for sale, the beat quality
,'jIIOCKIKQ, GRATE" COALj
Which bt will ttll at the lovrtet aarkat Briess. , I
- Call one tx.Skin my Ctal setara parobatlag ti-
hre. ...... . i , .
Offl at lb ttor ef Bradford, gaydaa A Co., bead
ei uaosue '
D. I. SUTDAaf.
epW lot.. , s i aS : "..'! 'l I
coLinBUB,vuia).M
AGRICULTURAL WAMHOUSB
":" Arid Seed Store,
GENERAL HARDWARE,
, AILoVLAB, lAtn, ytJTII, OO&DAQB,
fBama, ptaiala, Woodot Vtlllovf Wage
-albas aaA Aabbat Baltlat. iaoe Xestikerj. note
eol-dly
1 1
ijLdiea' Iiaea. Pociet-Handk'd.
rTEIViineDaTlTCIIEDLl.ttlA HAND
AA fevekiei vary ws ettat i
BsbrcJtrtd biato Pii.dt't all prtets.
. ilaaaavad SUiebadaad plala do, da , . , "
. I da Bo . colored border. " V !v, I .
' Jtoarolng ' blaoi bardars ' -
do do;" . aewstyleeromitltohed. '
c fine Apptedo - v ' ' ' new tanarae.
HlMer lata and Benaitd btllebed do all trie,
Oosapriahiv th stoat St loot asssrtaasat la th eli
M In tel arista. , l 8l fc 8j,
IcbM 1 H.oath UlgbSUa.1..
REFEI.LANT OH TTATER.PROOt
CLOlt C LOTUS. Aha, oUar aakwof Sprln,
0 wak Olotba, ia all deetrabi stUiare-biadnice, Tee
ssls aad Button tt aalnh..
BAIB St SON,
aarUt
Kt. BB loaikaUgkstt
u
S
I
I
of
aod
-
aad
-
Tho Union Fc rever. ,
COLUMBUS
ARMY-iTEHT STOVE!
it, ,.U(,' ' iitM
MAltUf AGICBCD AJIO gOLD BY ,
., ; .; AT tBUt Sail B00M3, , . , . ,
isroi" 90, 92, fc 06.
NOUTU I1ICU StltEET. . '
; Tbe at tut sol stoat oonplett Stove fot Ol&oort'
Tels aver aacululoiwd.
Bold ai a wry low Bf are. -"
Call aad taaaioe balme purebatlng elsewhere,
aerita-dU
AKIN & EMERY,
f16 SOUTH IIICH If BEET,
Have a Pall and Compute Assortment of ,
H0U3E FURNISHLXG GOODS,
i . ...'.
GtoTaroo cfcj QratcSe
' . TU AID COPPfE WAEE,
JAPAN'D GOOBS
! -9 ( ,-' Ot alaett (very kind. '
: Elegant unamber oets,
8 PICE AND SEED BOX S3,
Tin Toys, and Artic'e in that Line,
lor Llttl People.
Knives and 3Tork, Spoons, Tubs,
Bucket's Shovels evncl Tunss,
, ' Coal Hod, eto
. - . . for the Larger Oces.
Ws would call yonr farther atteotton to Ihe fact that we
are 80LI AOKKTi tor Ibe sale of the
STEWART COOK STOVE;
Which tt. Hi all wweli. etaaily the "ACTCRtT Or
TUB KITCIIKN ' ha.loii do equal ia IhaeHBpla'enes,
of lla iMiforasai te and eeoo mji o( fuel. Tbec a.n-si
ialiaony mt lis sup-rlority I. the fact Ihit uanuiao
luiert aod dmlci are entitianlly Iml alii f II eoa.ine at
orarllea yoatib a in BXradMlb AffBaRAHOn
Call aad aaaamiae aur aiook. It la do truaolt lo show
uareoodi.
.' ' - AKIN & EMERY.
oelttdla .
C ALT HOUSE,
So. 178 Uorth Eigb Street,
COLUMBUS, OHIO."
THIS HOTIL IS RUT ORE AND A
1 UiLr FQUAKI from Ihe Driiol, abd psrsnnsar
riviDf it wUbint to tak paeeayo m any of ibe trains,
will Bud the flail Uuose dccidtdly aeoaventaot sbiji
pine place.
faa.antrs waked up tt all bean of tin night for any
er tnetr.me
Trrat Buderate, te nit tbe tine
octji '
Cranberries ! Cranberries
Oft BIL1. CK AN BE H It IRS, IN COUti
iyi UKDBtt, an eiDslanmeni. . ,
Forsalt lowby ' - -
WM n. KK?TlAnt.
OClSl IMioulh Ui.h B.IMt.
NATIONAL HOTEL,
HI All CHIOX DIPOT,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
II. IUDTTTOIjIJS-
tlKMS
oel23 3m '
.ONI DOLLAR FEB DAT.
PCUL NOTICES.
- the two K-xntEmts.
The common, treat, adulterated compounds of Bale
rates whk'h lidnre ththttlth, and art tlaioit worihlct.
art one rxtrstat. The pure, efficient, aholaaome. snd
honaltsi Dieletie Baleralus oiade by James Pi la, at 3
Washiogtoa Street, Rtw Tork. Il the other extreaH
Ch-xnt bet wean them as yon value your money and yoitr
health.
far Feanalee Generally. Tbe Brtndieth
Pilltoaaootbt too highly spvkrn of. They remove a
obstraetloiis. glv tctrgy and itrengtb; cur tb die
treating headache, uifortunaie'y ei prevaltnt w Ith tie
msS dtprcttlca of spirt's, dullness ef sight, ttrvoi.
effectiooa, blotchct, pimple.' sollownns of tin tkln,
resboved aid alnvtiiile Monm and general aprlghtlio,
iDdieaW the power aod heallhrulaets of BKANCHEIil's
FILLS.
Iitdlae at delicate periods, ill Snd them unrivaled
they are the bast acdicinre for mothers' and children,
tad euro worm and eotUveneas.
Let it ba rtmcmbsied, that DRA5DKITtl'3 PIL1
art assy ia their operation, and ytt uoiie mildoett with
cavitary, and requir no olteratioa of diet during tlilir
a. 1
Mrs. IJaigsa, tsraerof 11th street aod Union Bqaare.
Mawnfork wa dying, appa-eetly, of Cot.mrriuti
She vat given up te die by ber Pbytlciaoe, aod all aai
friends, tut aftir Being Britoaain't Pill for are
weaka, the cough left her. aad tha began to regia
strength aod it now able to atleod to her duties, and
ftel tart of too attalnlr g robntt bealtk.
Mr Wilsoa, ef Mo. 31 Beech street, Mew Tork, k
eursd Dytpepsta. 8 nail P- a. Hassles, Dropoy and Ty-
phot fever, aad all Bea4ache,aod BI'lous diets.
with Baaaaaarn1 Fuxa, trill be pleased to bosver
question. 1
Bold by Joes B. Cooe. Drnnist, Columbus, and
an raapectaaia aaalMs ta meaieiuct. . -1
eotVO-dia
' JATreE'S AflllB MIXTURE,'
It so hufalllbl rrmtdy for Fever and Agoe. - The ex
pirleoce ef many years, In alnx.f. every climate, pro-ret
that where ataa a strict aceordaaos with the dlieciiaos,
It lias rarely filled to cure, not eoly by breaking
chill,' bat by removhig the morbid ha4t Sf ths syttcm,
preventing the rtcarience of thedisstss,
yiTBK AMD AOOI, though not ia I self dangtreu,
It apt, enlats speed Hy eeaatvad, to. have each apeinl.
eloai effect en me 17 ilea, aa te engender disorders aiach
aor saaeful thsa Hetf, and ahleb botooly mder
after-life ef the pitltnt aiterable. but are In themselves
ofteo fatal. A pMapt Oi d tfftetaal reaedy I ih'rafor
that stwoated, and at toeh Da, . J.vrb's Aodb Mu
tch U eooBdtotly reeomaiended.'' rortaleby'tltar.
BoasaTt gaaosa, Cebunbos, aad by. agents every
where.' ' "- . .'.;..,.,-.. i
atp?ldlwfrIkaaUiww
MANHOOD. 1
BOW LOS! HOW KK4I0B1D.
Jail Peblltbei la it Bealed envelope; Price 4 cU J
A LBOTURB 0! THB MaTCRB, TUBATMB9IT -AMD
Aai.lCal.CUaB OS ef BK AIoKRHBA Or eeainal
WeekDeea. laveauaary Buiiatoin, eeiual Debility,
lapadiaeala to Marriage neoerallly. Mervou.nets. Con
auauttiM Mpiieptr auJ Pita, MenUI and Pnyslcal'
MBMity, resulting Im Btir aha-e. fee. By R..htrt
Ouirerwell. M. D., author or ibe oreea took, Am. t
A Bo lei Tliaaaanela at Mafferere,
lest under esaL la a plain envelope, ta any addrea,
pott paid, oa reeeipt of twe slanua, by Ur till Ad.
i.O KLiMM.W7lWwsry, Hew Tork, Poal OOor
SelAMi. sei'73mde
. - - . - r ' . -
ori
'-Tha fbllowlDf I aa extrtvet fro:
letter writtea by the Bev J. S. Holms, baiter W
rwrrtPoiat-Btrtet Baptist Church, troklya.s1. t.,1
he"Jonial aad Maatnger, ClcolBDaaXO.,and speak
tlamet ta favof ef that world-renowned aedkitna, Mae.
VraeLow't Beorara Bvart roe Canoaai Tanaiaa
' Wesaeea kdvertleaenl to' year totoane af tit
ieuMe'i luaiaiaa tvanr. How we sever aid a IronI
a aver of a Meat marHeiae before a ewr lire bat
'eel compelled a ay a yon readers tbat tba b) so kaa
mf aavt ia rr, am u n'vo m .ta.
UN. Il k probably eoe ef the aeet tanetetal aedl
aaa el the day, saoaass II a eoe el Ibe bet. Aad loose
roar readers eba have babiet eaa'l dt belter lhaa
iayiassply. aeWilyaetw
ore
ber
by
the
tht
ami
In-
J.
,
Bos
t
the
ere
rv
Domestic Cotton Gcd.j.,
-BAIN 1 GOZTf
0
fffcK ! tttoel Catemtiva Assart.
Brown and Btanbed Ootiaej VI. sail,; f . -
liarutlty Coilon Bhtctlagti " '
. H .ol ttym ot CBiicu'.tod DiUau:
Tletifiee, 'bliilnee, aiogliana. .y-?r'
Aod Uutioo Utliuit. . 't . 1 y y
Auw. Hltukeia, Vta-HK, 1 Kj .
. Cawlmerat, 0 oaa l loiaj, ata. ato. .
hlotb bclvw legalar price III.;,' ' ' 1 !
" - '-'1-iBIN A-Oi,'
edit . m- SB South Ulgk Btreal. .
FJanel r & Mxtinga. .: r
PbIX,Plin,STKtPRP4cTtTI.gM
ai. tbaaaetesienavotloaklaUieeity.'; s.i,
. A na. WiuiIm In... .
uuiar aairia ooo vrawrtt. w v . u,' r, .
. 0 ltoa and Weiloo bookt,
Ooldm Hill Mil. a.
ilea I't Aid Okvet. '
Ooot's LiLto Collars, Ns Tie.
'. ' -ni,;--.': 1 8 AIM St BOS, i
eotto . 1 ,tu ...-.-v . He. IB Boath High onset.
JRlXsEDOITOirtAH HEM,
rum u 1 nan uioint; -
JiqienUaail Hlact OBwt Vlanelui
; - Bnha ttoabati DrM OiMdst -
balaoral-.bhl-t "
1- s .Alatuadara' Kid aiorae; .- .:r. (. .... . i
..' 1 ' . 1.. ttuia Tsall tliMt hiHa, .,. '(,.-.?
) o j, Conata Hair tiata. r..i: . t -.-i.
.1 - - BAItf St MM, -
aetlB . 'i ' 1 1 e. 'ii . Bo. 19 Bouta Ulgh Btreal. .
NEW STORE.
: .).! I ,. f 1 . . I
, 1.') 11 1 1 -,..--.
HE dOLEY & EBBRLY
rTAVE RE9IOTED TO THEIH NEW
S01. 250 Aid 252 8outx Bijh Strett,
and hire letoriated with thtaisalTes WM. BT.OHABDS,
m.dtr the tta of : . .. ' V ' .".:
t
. AAUAUlCji A4UCHJ tv AtllUaiUJi
Psralng an of tht target! Dry Ooedt Boetet ia the
SHI.
'I hie Bouse I constantly reoeiriug Hew floods,
sachas . . . - " .
NEW 6TYLE3 Of DRESS GO0D3, ,
IRISH SILK AND WOOL, POPLIXS.
PLAIN AND flGUREO REPP 00uD3
r PLAIN AND tANCT fflLKS.,
The Hswett aad Vealest Cylee f ' 4
Uamilttia, ; ijajicheirtor. ancV PacL0c
1 ,-''"zvdwai:zz;2i
In tht'CItyyetak fouodat , ( ,
HEADLEY, EBERLY.Sc RICHARD j.
-Balmoral Skirts
la first variety. JtuA received kf.,,;. 1 v
UEADLEY, EBERLY.4; RICIIARD3,"
' " 'mo, '
ZEPHYR WOR3TED3,
punnrvrnpoTPOi -TomutMrn i--'
!: : ":,.gl6ye3 V hosiery. . J';,
LADIE8' CLOTH CLOAKS
Or the Fewest Stylcsjasl rsled, and also Bad
eider, by ...i-i -jtj
BEADLE Y, EBERLY St RICHARDS
IH AWLS,
MERINOES,
PLAIDS,
jS; CL0TU3, ...
f " " CA8&IMEBES,
-ill K A. VBLVBT VZSTISQ3,
CBINTZ,
-. i i. i
Buaaxinus,
ItEBBTV AO PBISTB,' BOOP fKIBTI,
. COIIOM CHAIS AND OABPEI WABPfl..
Thta flna. havlre adetd ibe Oath evstsa ta the par
chase at.il tale 4 Ooode. ore eaobled to sell frwm IS I
percent, lest thao other hoaaea undtr lie credit syeteia
HEADLLY, EBEELY ft EICHAED3,
C 250 and 253 South High Street, r',
r ' Colniabas, Ohio,
elt-dly H-i-T.-i '!..
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
npilF. SUB4CKIBEK DAV1II l TAKA.n
X a Iota ot, tne store aooa
No. ll. East State &ts
hot ejiened It as an i ti ij ;v,vi -i-u
Auction": i VComnf ssioi Boqbi.
n It now Brepared ta re-elve en 0 tmmlalna 'tvery
deaoiluUln ol property, toeh aa Dry 8odi, Qrneerles
Liqu rs.vrna.ltar. Uarrlagee. .-nareee. tie. . ue
loundttedrn te bl,atieuU'a ta talee ol Real Rt'aie
aad 'ertaal Pioperly, at any point, wllhia twenty atllt
im latttivt.. i- ..t-,vi.,, , a.... w.
Auction Sales Every, Evening.
Oonslcaaent itniee.fullr toIlolM
"I .H
, . -, . ,,...-., V. A. KMST. Atctloaeer.
etl . ; . XjJ.- -m n.j a A
uOPEmNOO?JHESEA$0
or
SPRIKG AND SUilHKK UOODS
I. 'AGAIN Of FKH TO THE PUBt-IC
an tntl't new tluot of Oooda In my line. Joel pareh
aaed In Nrw Turk al tbe eheapeel panic rata, .all of whiob
ltblli-lltlUi.Biallealpr,Sia. luf I'tahi Myrvutoa
ert aud frt, adt art rreorctlall) Invited to ealond rxua
ln ml Ooodt end Piieti. at I aa deo-ralned I all
cheap or cheaper ihau' toy lhar haste la . the tttyl
as I do my own Catting, aod eaperioteod at own h"t-
nen, I feel aaared.rroa ay -loag eaperienee ranoei-
neat, m give geaerai Mtaiacwva. fne aaeei oi '
taeB ara cmoiowed. aitd all work done tiriciiv ta tiet a
oa short notice, and warranted to ta. Btraueera Vialtiiig
ooreli would CDio II tbeir totoreet by giving ae a
beiore varenosing tlttvker. - ' i. r. twa. i
f-;- MerekoM TaMaK I
njarchSMiw' - Oer- Bith sad Ioa eta.
GREAT WESTERN
United Statea Ezpreaa Co., JPrwp'rt.
FAST FREIGHT LINE,
Via Kew Tork ft Eric Bailro&f),:
And all other Roads. Leading West
and Southwest.-
' v - -f ' v. dt,C. jis
Chartered Oar srer a cat Koad ea' Paastager T.nlBS.
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U. D. HOVIT. Ag't. ' I A. I. KBl",TfT,1Agr,
..I Bl Broadway, M. T. I .... Bat 8k. Boetoo.
rYMYH. PIBRT. Inperlntendeuk Baffale. ;
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II. FITCH AS MON, AceMltt, t
. 81 Wttl Broad .Mtrwei,
colijiibi;,ouio.
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EAQLE1 BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring efc TVaWr ta.t ,
QolTj.rial3txa. Olxlo.
w. ' b: 1 roTTO c ... qo,
TZlJi. OTTTTtTIOTTOo
and ttanotaetorers ef Brass aad Oompoeitloa CteUnft.
Tinlebtd Braet Wort of all irowrtplrese. i
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EIec:ra'Phtia;Md:;GiUi2i!.
5Tc;:c:i. cutti:.c, tc.
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MILLI0I1S OF MOflEY
For an Inch of .Time!
cl
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WASOVOETIIE EXOLArTItTIOW Off
m tylne Qaten. Tiat luch ol lima c-n bo procur
ed et mub ebeaptr rate, and aapy lone years of
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
enjoyed by eoeealllng Dr. MBRBTWB aTOBR,- oh ;
iseunnginaaostoontnataann loac stundlng dla-ee
of the LaNOd, BBIRT. LtVBR klOMKVe, B I. AD
OS H. BTOMAOH RnBUHATIAIJ OIBBAaBd fBufJ.
LIAKVO rBsIALBs. Bt.l PISRASM. AND ALL
ASf MOTIONS 01 TUB VB AMD Matt. , j,,
Facta are Miaa-borm Thlati! .
Betr wbal tnffhllaaotphla aerrraiMMoVDt au ia Ihe
"faaaaoaweailh," Wl.alogUu, Dclatra. BAof April,
gcOBt ' '!-.(;. c, .-t,r. , , , ,'
Ao Mnelisk gentlesMOj, foraerly oaooected with the
Brillih Army, and who stylee biasell Ibe 'indlaa ,
B 'tanta Pbieiclaa ' has of lata gained an eaienaivaa.er
retina btra by bit .till Id curing all aaaowrar -:.
plalnle. Bntae of hi twtleai I hat eoovarwd wiih,
and they pronoonot hit r aadiee and aude of irraiaent
as very enperior. Bntne have beeo te.aofed a I' by
uiau 10. Tne acaicine ae- esse a awiuiaa ny nimseii ,
Iroa various barbs passttting rate earaiivo properties.
Whlloaoil-.g ialtaanay heat mud bit luve mo
SMnta a a Ihueoa.b study of iheeffeoU- arodocsd ny .
ceruin nediolnal roata and aeiba oa all aaonar of dia- ,
eaaea. Aa Meal he has 'nond a aare aad tuedy reme
dy ("rail the 'lilt thai fleab it beir 10 ' . Hit prai-tica is
already txieoal.t and It d. lit lioiaattng.' in the com-',
plalo a to wb ch famal'-a are euhfattefi. U hat ao equal
aa a lareo oaahar bare hare latllltd tb.l tbr ' owe )t
only their preetnl grnd hraMh bat tbeir rivet, to the
tk'llor tillt Iddan Buttntt fhystcian.
Office 37 East State 3 treat, Columbus.
augI7-d3a Jo f S.1L ',X 0 1fijt.
NEWARKi MACHINE ,WORKS,
MBWABtOUfO.
I ' -
aanufaelrr mt all kind
iatft.w miiUa lirui iUUlsit
wMoXoa kCe "
UN St BODLfi BtoUml B. at . BLAST) TBealnl
J. at J. B. DCTA1L Btatm III CVLDMBCB
- t MAC SIHS CO. Btatm.lt 11 -BRAAMOMH
. at CO. Btatml lilt
:i Oar For u bla Xiifiae aad Bw MU1L-'-.
Wte awarded the tret- prtaioa af tO at the Indiana
SUM Pair for 1"M over Lane a Bodley'e on aecounl of
Price,' Ughtnees, simplicity, economy of fuel
.- and superior character of- lumber tawed. 1
Our Stationary Bntine was awarded at Ihe soma Pali
the tret prealaa of B. ---- rl,--- ,
Our Portaba Bngine wee ewtrd-4, thetryt prealaa al
IIUO at tbe fair at Uemphia, lean., over Blandy's Da
vall's, Columbus Machine Co',., end Bradford At Ot't.
oy a committee of practical Ballroad Bugineera.
for price and ttnnt addross ' '.".: vi iJ3n ''
WILLAHU JPAAMMtV Treasurer.
-. Aeot-dfcwlyecl., ., VboUSH ?h.
2."'i.-.
COLTJUBTJS.
OPTICAL IIISTITUTE.
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TkW Bfot AfllfleltM tfa Ilia
Hemiia kigiil ersr larcaled.
JOSEPH. 9C SZtUttJ'm
PRACTICAL A SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN,
KEEPS THEsfcAHrMT AMSrtHT.
aeot of Ihe aott hsprwed kind wf eteetaelee.
Ail he Olossee, whether fur- new or far-tlghred 'art
eroaod In concevo con re form wltb the trevrst care,
eo ae to suit ike VB yea ef aM eases, earing WeakLeee,
Ditsioese or InOaaaatioa of the Byea, aad iagarilng
strenath fr lor.g leading or Bne eowiug -r .
Omoe. 13 Matt BtaM strati, at dclttee A Wtbtler's
MaeaBtore..o . ,..,j,.f.-rt ., W.'-
. aagt-aly , ... j : ,,,....
VM. II. nESTIEAUX,
: (STJ00B83OM 10 KcklVk RBSTIBAUXJ
v"t t'. -t i t : v -i i;.-r .r. ! in.'j it
iNo.0 IOC,': South -rilTgli VStreet,
i wir mi itfc a wey
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.A4.ii;,vir V.
C R OCE R I ES, PR ODU CE
Tai.PROvis.dNai
Foreign and t)omestio JFruita,
FLOU Ra 8 Alt; Xt.dlTO R S, E T C.
' 8T0RACE fit COMMISSION
, Uonry; IXoolalerp
(Ute of Phatoat Xsabliaaaeat, M. T. J
PROPHIETOH OF THE NB w TORK
Ps.hiunt.ble sharing, Oalr Catikg. ablatio lug,
Ourling and brewing Salooa, . .
: South Hish St., over Baln'a 8bor.
where eatla'seilutt will ba gvltaa.la! ail. Ui.iarwas
brocha.. ,
Uule.' and Children' Hair Dressing dole la the east
at a- .sj.. it . ;
StplUlf ..'II 'v,iir.H.AII"f .U
-WM, KNADE, 5t CO.
it tnriB iiiw ii,ri.;
XV BOOM. BO. IM BAlllMOBMHT i
aas 1
MOB. 1.1, aod 7 M. BOT AW BT
Offer fee eale their eaJ
GOLDEN MEDAL,, ' '. 7. .
uW ' ' GRAND" ''.' :'
... S . - AND8QARK
, PIANO-FORTES.
Being tight? recoaaModod by lb tat Pitftwea sal
Mnetoat Aawuart of the eeaabry, aael -j-
f wmtmiMt . ' " k .
. . WAKRAMTBD POM
-v. --,-.... .. , . PTTBTMABB.
ihe aoet fsstldloas cuetoaMf may rely apoo being
Bleased lo every roepaot..-. ., -
Teratlibaral. WM. KNABM 00.
BHLIZBM a WBuBI, Agents,
:lydw. ' . Coiaabaa, Ohio.
VF.HT SfTLlMH SfHIPKO
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V
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tWO yaida auer aUiu aiUek alia at SI Ot-VaiaO
01 U a a d- .- (' lii 1
Preach Aterta.s, ), eeuie Value P7 if e e a yard.
. , " . 7Seea valatl ouayud.
sain m run.
bclH
Mo. JtKaib UUf. Sir. si.
QBHTLKIltritl UU!IIIM'
fltsvi. - - -- :
Moveltie la back Tlea and ioarft. -..,....
Bro ana Oillara.
-a BiBlMOHlered Poeeat UaadiMcUaa).
'i - Parti KM 8bee eir' . r , t -...
Ooklea it'll Bb.rtt. rla tle r.'w.it'at
Boe'Ouidea Mill SUirta. do
. fcnetoeeod ttK (.loeee, -..'
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iUii ai-t Uo4e. -ar-aau. . .
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