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THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 31, 1861.
Rail Road Time Table.
' Loaves.
Arrive
fclO P. M
ll:Kl A M.
it oo p. m.
A. m.
UKotaniu'icuiaaMkchiB. SOD .'
Sapreto 1110 A.M.
Mull tod AoxHDmod.il n.. 0:10 P.- M.
MiahtBxiiee,vialet.iB.I?:OU mldulgbt
' , , J no. T. DoaaaTV, Agent '
Colonic Cutvatans R. . "
Ml.hl ln.ma ...3:l . -
New Yore Biproet.. "i"!.1';
0.0. AO. VYarprta. tMl.
ItfcJO A. at
7:40 r. At.
V- , u , Pattsbsob, Agent.
CmtialOuio Ba B T t ' '
h.. i t.pr.-. ...... A-
Ma. I do ,. kit F. At. 1L4 A. M
r'., ;!'; '. :. '"j ; w, t. Fux, Agent.
prrteaoaea, Ooinkutot A CukjuuutI B. B.
tTrlo.. 3 AH: ll.4SA.lf.
Bayreat l'rnia .......... I I.8S A. At. I:! F. M.
Jo. KoNmot A.nt.
OoLoain It Iuorou. B.
(Cut. aooe riojBe A Inoiaaa R. R.)
If. I Iipreo..... A. M. t:M P. U
Ma. " ............ W P. M. MUM
Accommodation 10.41 A. M
" 0 W. bitb. Aeeol.
LOCAL MATTERS.
j m i
. A Chance fjr Printers.
A Democratic ocwtpeper, rooeottr started, wiih a fir
ealatloa ol SO eople.. It otfcnd lor tale at Ue low price
f our Hu drtd dvlltr ea II U prloMd la A
.Bri bing oout,n bat pert of the oonoiy printing,
and it circulation Mn eatllj be nit to 80i. The na
torht l U e itto eots two jtan f, K Thl. li a
toodcplo for a prM.bal printer. Addreu Kditor
lalewMB, Ouiu Abai, Oblo, for fnnhtr prtleairf .
eilT-if .: ' " ' ' ' 1
Sheriff's State.
8rictL Notios to tbi Loi. I (hall close
oot the large stock ol Clo.ki and Sbawle en
ridty, the let 'ol November, at No. 10 Biick
oye Block. ' The stock oeuiets ol 900 desirable
Cloaks sod 100 Long snd Square and 8tel a
Bbls. Tbey'uuaT be' told, so now is jour
tisae to bay aeodeatjour own price. !8les
eommenoe at 10 A. M., 8 P. M. and 7 P. M.
W. R. KENT, Salesman.
P. 8.' Toe' aale of Dress Goods will be ojo-
tinned niiill all le sold: i-1 ' -
. Tui AiinB.AoiicOL4oier This month
f journal, pub.ibe4 U New York' City, by
OaANoa Jaop,' Editor and Proprittje, at one
dollar a year, ii oat ol the beet. If not (he brat
periudleai of the kiod m tie U jited states.- it
.Is, moreorer, ao ezoelleo1 hoosebold and fire-
il Ia At.mnnlnn. Wm 'tnra"to Its meet wiih
Shi ii delight wbiohe" man eiperltnoee when bo
IB Sets arfeld and veined friend, whoso treasures
of knowledge Vud exprlenoe are Enhanced by
4 obeerful And gvnial Itmperemeat.
tr The Netember aotaber now before, us U 4
apliAl..a,soe.t.. Besides the, agricultural nod
BiiOellAjiioiit mttter, tt bat numerous neat en
gratings and three naps of the "seat of war.?
8eod ei tee jlrinutsrisi.' ' i ,
K'G C.-A Coumso Eoitos Bsriai thi
aaiio JonTir th-U. a. Uweart Jluoe ibe
a. ..it" i ih. ll.iiud 8t.Lra Marshal of Ihi
Nonhern 'Dlfthct ur Oblo-epon n MoaeUe" of
the. Suigbtt ot tneUoidea uiroM in maiioo, a
i week, or two ago, the eftenciooof the Grand
Jary 4h UuUi;SiaUs Court, now Id aes
;sion -tumble wiiy, fcabseatUd 10 the matter,
nod as lbs ColumOue Prre ptefeeetd to be io
'. puoaeeaioo. of valOanle fnruroiaiioa relative to
tkesrtnee aud eoodilioaof this traitorous
'Orgaoisitioo, wbiob ooaioala oaodidatee for ad
I AUaivo tJ swear that tbey "will not rest lo
alesf lilt Aotabem Lincoln shall be removed
Irom the PraeidruUal oUair, aud that tbet trill
Jmi it -f ' r as soon as JifT.r
tou Uaf laaeeS proper' to march with bis army to
take the city tatl.Vahiogtoa and the Wnite
HjaaavV sewer! ol the Capttal city editors were
tuosetooed keore it, with ibe view of elicititig
some Cat upon which the jury ooold tke o
Hod. TeSierd tbo- Seowr eoiior e- h Fact
' (John Geery, B.q ,) was eloeeied. with that
. budftbut tswtly whav be depoeed,ot ojuree,
woukave no meane .ol knowing. We are la
' formed, sHwever,.toat hie sutennebts were not
' tubh as will; Jurt.fy the jory iopfooeediog any
a fur tiier (n'thr matter. It wae bupeo thai Mr
Geary would be able tj criminate certain Iri
V dit MuU)'wbea some rloh developmeote might
bVe been antioipateoi but .as hie dieoiurniee
were not suoh aa the jury bad been led t be-.
lies be euuid makei other Columbua, editors
annniniiad will not ba ttauirttd tj allendMand
will be lor the
dropped present
...C.JBi!'Oel.30. v -. 5. .
0
Tnaei oivino in OuiirIt is staled that Gov
tfkNNis ( dealguateThuredaf, Nov. 29, as
tT The Bjeion Peer aks. ' Who wants a
batter lfi'iOoat fjiiu'. ihn,'Deortl 8jott 1 '
Hart lord dwreni anewers, " We oeq get aloog
with that and (Jocle Palm,'' too." -
a , 1
: ft7ft. D BotLooK, Aietaoi Q iartermsster
Gneral. baa, ett foi Western Vtr&loia, in In-
veetigaie the oofaditlon of our troops there. Ue
goee on bis mission with full authority to silt
nil the troubles from beginning td end.'
(J .Wiittst Yesterdar was a cold, biueicrleg
, aa)Jeeideaiy eigoiDoanl or the near approach
of eluier. Tj mbnoe oommeDcet "the gloomy
aoit1(of i'Novtmber wbea' as .Auouoa's
Freaok novelist has it, "tbo people of Eoglaod
bang and droenthemselres." Yet Nirvember,
alter all, le not alwajs to very gloomy in tbU
latitude., It it fnqntntly cheered by the sober
f yet delightful lodlan sumner, and enlivened by
the sooial and leatire ThaLkigUlcg tinie ,' Af
tor this cold ,tiirn, we msy eipeot the Indian
tuomer. At any rate, we ondertund that Gov.
t DeM?oa baa promised to let as have A Thank
"glf jni Ja NorembeY. - -imn,, . j:
ST The ladles of the We4ey Chapel wtll
f hold their Aid Sootety thin (Thonday) evening
In the basement of the Cauroh, where the will
be glad to meet all their friend. ' ; ; " y,
.DrMr.iiA The Amerloan AgritulUritt pub.
wllihee lbs following valuable reoipe lor the cure
voi dyspepsia. we opine that in ninety-nine
eases out of t hundred It wUI prove Infallible:
.! "Take n new ax, put a white blokory ban
t dle In It. bore a bole In the top of the handle,
. fill the hole with gum camphor, and teal U np
SJThen toke the ax and out cord wood, At fifty
Ceents a cord, until the beat of the hand die-
f soleee the camphor. Dote to be taken
k My. r v.; ; .
ET WieANT.tHe Billiard Table manufacturer,
' made n lucky ttnkt when he careened' on Kianbv
tor nis teoerai agent no ean. ana win nisoose
C of mo e tables then nyetAfr man," nod knows
" k III! 1 t . .
Dot to xtep s otiiiara room. . i. ..... . . ,
" '" ' MaaBMaiaMiMaaMliaHa
i ' HiiMoa ii rut Ei is. There Is nrobablv no
panol the phyaloal organisation mora tender
or eenslttve than the eye, and when bnmoronce
t littles on the delicate Organs of sight, bliodnese
s tore td followi There are inttanoee where
i persons, haviog beoome blind, have applied to
' ocullfta in vain for relief, the professional gen
- Uomea belog Ignorant of the hidden oauie of
1 the trouble. "'Kennedy's Medloal Discovery"
' hat effected many cures' wbero' the patients
were totally blind from the above eaoeaj and
we mention the faot At the present timt to Ib
'duce toy oho may be suffering from any trouble
, with their eyes to try toll wonderful disoovsrt,
and not these only, but any who may be troubled
with humors sf ny klpd.
", T MlklTAST GMTLMSM AMD CiriLIAM
Yon will dad At N. GoMOHSBiiMtVa, No. 139
8, High itreti next loot to the Goodale House,
a large nd superior slock, of ready-made clotb
log, And a Ilka excelled stock of cloths to be
manufactured to order In the merchant taildriog
department of bit establishment. Mr. R
SrciUNO, who superintends thli department,
Is a skillful cutter, whose ability and reputation
afford an nipple gaarioty that none but the beat
ol woik will be made aoder bit inspection.
Our readers, military and otherwise, will find
it to their advantage to purchase their clothing
ready made, or leare their orders with Mr. Gen
DtMHHMia, who Is an old and txperlenoed mer
cbaut of tbU city, sod Is enabled, from the fact
that be buje bis goods for caeb, tj sell at a
very low figure. ; ,
Remember N. GoHDaaHtiia, No. 129 8onth
High street. uctlS-lmeod
BOARDING ! BOARDING 11
GOOD BOARD 4c HOilirlS
f.rl(rit or ierrier,i'n eao he h d by ap.ily'ng to
g PATIBKW.V. H i lis kiuio rroot etrtel, betveeo
Btit and fuau Bl cett
Beng hal eoe siuare tim the State Ilouie, makes It a
desirai'ir 'aoi lur uuiluaa meo.
eotl0-dU
Oysters! Oysters!!
O. A.
WAGNER
n
A JUT KKCEIVEO, AND
WILL.
be ui daily receipt, by vreaa. or
F8H CAB ft KEQ 0T8TEE8, '
Fr.'m Ralrlmere and Pair Bavo.
O UI at nj'i Oysiaraud fruit Depot, Ho. 31 Kut
ttate Imt,.
aiutMtr : -
J.M.&V.KCERNER,
: : 3r'o. so,
s
Corner of Broad & Front Streets,
COLUMBUS,
. SE ALIUS 1H
GROCERIES, PRODUCE
AND
PROVISIONS,
FOREIGN A DOMESTIC FRUITS,
PI OUR, S ALT, IIQTJOES, ETC.
- OUTIU BI Till OAK IS XBXIR 8IAS0N.
' ooi5-dir . ' ";'.t "
Cranberries I Cranberries !
Oi BSLHi OKAUBCHBIE', IW GOOD
uitun. on eiotinaiSDi. -for
tale lo m by- .
' ' WM n. E1STIB ATJX,
oo m "':-. lOtdouthHiih Sinet.
removal;
:WittlAM;H HESTIEAUX,
Groceries, i
Produce,
; Proviaiona,
; Foreign and, Domestia Liquors,
' Fruits, etc. eta, ;
HAS BBMOTCD BI BTOB1 IKOM
NO. 34. NORTH HIGH STREET,
v"""
-; No: '106 South High Street,
The eld stand 'recently eoeepied by.WJI. MaDONALD
Be Is la dally reoelpt of
NEW AND' FRESH COODS
- -- WUcfc be will sell ' '?)
Cbws tor Ctb or Cemitryroeliicw.
OeedvdeUvered le Oily trade fre of oharft.H
C
Colunfbns Wholesale L'q.or Store
LACatLLE ROSS & CO.,
COMJSSIONMERCliiNTS,
4 tUrORTlU ABf) DI ALIRS M
Forelja knd Dameitio Winei, Brandiei,
Jte. Ax. ALSO . ,
OLD RYE, MONONGAHELA & BOURBON
" WHISKY.
WABinODBI AND Oriic. 121 SOUTH Hid II IT..
' 1 COLUMBUS, OHIO.
UBWOOAI. YARD.
TIIR CWDKHSienED KEIPS O N
STAM TLT in laud and far at re, the but qnalily eT
' nOCKlNQ : GRATE COAIi,
vhleh h will m at the toweai raarket prlees.
" Uall aan ez-atUMi a Ooal baton, parahulof Slse-
whare.A
om.e at the store ef Bradford, Sojdara Jt Co., head
et Canal.
. f . boidab;
William A-: Olll
coiiUmBfja; oiiio
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE
. And Seed Store.
,.: j . , DXAiJut in ' '
GENERAL HARDWARE,
Plaiwl, Weei Willow VI r;
stneraM Kabker Beltlnt, laee Leather, Hose end
' kintv , eul-dly.-
- Master Commissioners Sale.
Bale) of Real Swtatci by order of Court.
' .. Flnchjt' ' ?','-' ,
. ' ve. I Buperlor Court of Iraaklla County.
Jona Browaetal.) -
Ttt parauaaoo of ta order ef the Superior Court ef
auoooann,unio,saieai to raay bra thereor,
A. D. lil. In Ibe .bu.. enililed aetloo. there will he
orTsrod for sale, at publfo aaotloa, te the hlgheet bidder,
ea a ...
Saturday, the 30th day of Nov., A. D. 1861,
al the hoar of 10 e'cloek A.M., et the door ef the Court
Hon, lo the eliy of Oulunbua, in tald rrauklla eouaty.
the fuliowlDfl roal MUte, lo win
In. lot aaa her SS of Robert Nell's addition to the elry
ef Ooloaiboa, btit the aurih al oorniir of lnoknlo
turnplhe and John,tini plank road
Apralaed all,36S.t.
terms el sale, eaah. ' .
- WAOEn BWATNI, :
Bpeolal Wester OuanaUawoar.
' I. At H. Chlltendra, Atiye. - .
Prloer'efre,. Bd.liO. - .
Oct. , lBttl-td. ' . ;
ladiea' Luen Pooket-IIandk,i.
HEnneDHTITOHEDLLNEA HAND
ktrchiaf. Ten Wide hems
Xmbroldarad Llnan Babdk'l All prlees. "
Uemned Htltehedaad plain do, do.
do do . eolorod borders. .
Mourning do. ..... hiaok bordare . n
v. do do , ,. Bosyieraessdlohe4. ,
Pine Apple do BewpatUrne.
Mt.ee 1 lain and neauaed ttlicaod do all prloss.
' Ooaipriolnf the moot seieol essortaieBt la the oily aal
St loaost prtoea. S AIM A. SON,
no. w mm auca street.
TELEGRAPHIC.
Reported for the Ohio Statesman.
Rebel Steamer Page.
General Stone's Report of
Battle of Ball's Bluff.
HABEAS CORPUS—JUDGE DUNLAP'S
OPINION.
SAILING OF GREAT NAVAL
EXPEDITION.
ADVANCING.
LATEST FROM MISSOURI.
GENERAL HENDERSON COMPROMISES
WITH THE REBELS.
TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND MEN
DEEMED NECESSARY TO HOLD
KENTUCKY.
INTERESTING FROM ENGLAND.
Great Suffering in Texas.
From Washington.
[Herald's Dispatches.]
WAHiKoroN, uct. miormttion was re
oeivea bere to-day Irom ibe lower Poiomaa that
the rebel steam-r Page crossed the rleer witb a
large lorce, on Monday, from Shppliog 1'olut,
and entered Cicomi.xen river. The rebels
didn't dieembtrk, but a boat containing twenty
men left the tteamer an d went to a achooner
IjIdk at anohor.in the river oear by. The cap
t tin of the schooner was questioued as lo tbe
streoetband position ol our forces
Without molesting the vessel, the boat wo
ceedea to toe eoutn snore o' tne river, landed
.... . . .. .
and would nave been Dagged by Uol. Taylor's
3d N. Y regiment, which wae bivooaced in the
woods near by, but for tbe accidental bleat ol a
bugle. The nbels became alai med, took to tbe
bjat, and ae soon as tbey reached tbe schooner
moved out into tae Potomao, throwing shells in
every direction along tne Maryland shore, witb
oui doinp; any mischief. Tne tteamer went
over to Virginia, and didn't returu during tbe
day.
Yesterday one ol our steamers opened fire on
a rebel battery below Acqula tret. Tbeitb
els retoroed' the are with considerable energy.
A large number ol tebele appeared on the ram
pans.
Tbe steamer after engaging the battery for
some nair nour, eteamea up tne river.
Thl engagement was witnessed from the
Maryland ehore, and reaches us by a messenger
irom Geo. Hooker's division.
The steamer has not 'arrived at the Navy
V m Tia tint bnAain ki. ! V. !. ...
dimaged or not. -- - -
There seems to be do Inclination on the part
of the rebels to cross, and their movements are
interpreted as altogether defenai re, fearing Gen.
Hooker would eroes and attack ttiem. Desert
ere from tbe rebel camp confirm tais statement.
A diepatcb received here to-day Irom Geo.
Kosecrans, states be bad advanced seme fire
miles In tbe direction of the rebels, and was
preparing to make another forwaid movement.
witb A view ol driving tne rebels Irom that en
tire section of country. He bad intelligence
tnai tor several oars iney ran neeu retreating
fie intended following them aa soon as neoes
sary arrangements could be made.
[Tribune Dispatch.]
Gen Stone's report of the battle of Ball's Bluff
was sent In to tbe War Department to-day. lu
It occu.ru toe following : ' '
Uol. Biker bavins arrived at Conrad a Ferrv
with the F.rbt Californl Rrgiment, at an earlt
hour proceeded lo Edwards's Ferry and reported
tome in person, elating tnai nis regiments a
tne former piece ano inree otner regimente of
his brigade were ready to march. I directed
him to Harrison's Island, to assume command.
and in a lull conversation explained to him tbe
portion as it then stood. I tuld bim thai Gen
McUall bad ordered bis troops to Urainesvilla
aud I was extremely desirous of ascertaining
voe exact poeiuoa ana loroeoi ine enemy in our
IroLt, and esploriug as far as It was tale on the
right towaid Leeeburg and the left toward the
Leer burg and bum Boring road.
1 aleo informed Lol. Hiker that Gen. Gor
man, opposite Edeards's Feiry, should be rein
forced, aud that 1 would make an effort to push
Goimtu'e troops carelully forward lo disoovei
tbe bent line irom tht ferry to the Leeabuig
aud Gum Spring road, already mentioned ano
the poaitiou of ibe breastwork and bidden bat
lenee which irveuled 'be muvemeut of 'troop,
directly Irom lelt to right, were also pointed
out to aim-
The m ean of transportation across, of the
sufflclmcy ol which be (B.ker) was to be judge,
wae dttaiito, ano autoority given mm lo make
use ol the guua ol a aectiou each of Vaugbau'o
aua Duutiug a otneriee, togainer with trench',
mouutaiu bowHsert, all tie troops of bis brig
ade, aud tbe Tammany Regiment, beide tbe
19 n aud part of the SJ.b Kegimeot of Masst
onuaeite volunteers. And 1 lelt it tj hie dieoie
lion, after viewing tbe ground,- to retire from
tbe Virgiuia shore under cover ol bla gum and
tbe fire ol the large infantry foice, or to pass
over reinforcements In eae be ftund it practi
cable and the position on the other tide favor
able.
-1 sutsd thst I wished no advance made nn
lees tbe enemy were of Inferior foroe, end nnder
no circumstauoes to piss beyond Lee.buxg or a
trorjg p .si iou b toeeu it and Goose Creek, oo
ibe Gum 8priog Road.
Col. Biker was cautioned in reference to
passing artillery across the river, and I begged,
it be aid, to be well supported by gogd Infantry.
The General pointed out to him tbe position
ol some bluffs on this side of tbe river, from
which artillery could aot with effect oo the
other, and leaving tbe matter of oiOrsiog mors
ti oops or retiring what were already over to
hie discretion, gave him entire control of opera
tions on the right. . . ' V"
After Col. . Devent'e second adranoe, Col.
B.ker went to the field In person, and it I a
matter Of tegret to me thst he lelt no record ol
what offioers and men he oharged with the care
of the boate, anil Insuring .tbe regular passags
of troops. If any were oharged witb this duty,
it was not pei formed, for tbe reinforcements as
tbey arrived found no one In oommandof tbe
baits, and great delay was tbut occasioned
Had one oflicer and a company remained. at
each landing guarding' the boats, their full on
pacity would have been made, tervioeable, and
sumtient men would have, been, pasted over to
teoure success. . j ;. , -. -; i .
Tbe forwarding of artillery before its sup
DOrtloB loroe of infantry also Impeded the ranid
assembling of an Impoelug foroe oo the Virginia
snore, ii sue lniauwy toroe nan nrti orotted.
a 'difference of one tbeutaod men would have
been made in the L fan try (in at the time of
attack, probably enough to have given at the
viotory. v ' v '.
CHAS. P.
Brig-Gen. Commanding.
1 Waibinotcn, Oot SO Tbe ease of tnnpen
tloo of tbe writ of habeas corpus by the Proal
dent, In regard to soldiers of the army, more
particularly in tbe ease or rrovoet Marshal
Poi ter, oam np In Court to-day. Chief Justioe
Djurap delivered an Opinion. Tbe substaooe it
that he respect' ully protests against the right
claimed by the president to Interrupt proceed'
lose in thia ease. ' .r ..." ' .
The Steamer Pusey arrived at the navy yard
w-aay, ortogtng oispatcoee irom uapi. uraveo.
The rebel batteries were opened upon the Ma
ryland ebore yaatorday, and firing oonlinaed to
n laie hour last night but without damage to
anybody on our tide. - " -
h le believed that no veetelt bare within 24
hours run tbe blockade" - -
Governor Sprsgue hat notlfled one of tbe
Colouelt oommAoding one of the Rhode I.laod
reglmcU, that his commission aa Coloptl is
revoked.
[Special to the Herald.]
The Army Retiring Board bave now before
them tbe ease of Col. Henry u. Booit, soL-ln
law ol Gen. Boott, and at present Inspector
General of tho army. He bat been afflicted
for tome time with a disease which prevents
his being put iato active service, and there is
liale. il an v. bone of bis recovery. It is bis
desire to be relieaed from aotive service. He
is regardedas a most excellent clQcer. His
oase will probablf be disposed of to morrdw.
It is certain no oue ouWIde tbe naval expedl
lion knows where tbe first b'ow will fall, lb
drat intimation will probably bo received
through Southern journals
Arrival of the Columbia.
Niw You, Oct. 30. The steamer Columbia
Arrived, from Havana oo tbe 25th. The rebel
steamer Tbecdnra, formerly the Gordon, left
Havana oo the S3! lor Charleston. Sbe landed
Mis an and Slidell at Cardenas, and afterward
went to Havana, Mason and Slidell going over
land. Tbev were received with the highest
consideration by ibe Captain General.
The Theodora took a large quantity or arms
oo ber return i also provisions, oollee, etc she
as presented with a silk fl.g by tbe ooutbero
ladies, sod trxk twenty passengers, iooluding
Meade, lae urn tea mates (niuuter to urasit.
Tbinge looked quite warlike In Havana i a
large Bret wae nmug out for Mi zco.
I he Eogliob Miuttr bad called on tbe rebel
oommioeiooere in full onilorm end presented
them to tie drum-General.
Capi. C-x-e ter, late ol tie pirate Jt fx. Davis,
lite i v came u Havana and remained there.
We bear of tbe arrival lo Cuban ports of
several veeseie irom blockaded porta, namely
bbariesipn, How Urleens, Mobile and Wtl
miogioo.
A Uavana letter eayt ex-Cousul Heln bsd
arrived there from 8t. Tnomat with credentials
aa Consul from the rebel Stales. Tbe Ciptaio
General refused tj rrotive bim as Consul.
Auotber Utter aayi Mason ana Slidell were re
ceived by the Captain General at private gen
tiemeo.
Tbe tteamert Nashville tod Iiabol were fit
ting at Charleatjo with heavy armamentt.
Sailing of the Great Naval Expedition.
aivn.
Foetixps Momroi, Oct. 30. Tbe fleet sailed
this morning, the Wabash ttking the lead at
daylight, when a gun was fired as signal, the
Cabawba bringing up tbe lear. Ibe vessels,
about a ty in number, formed In a line a few
miles down tbe roads, and went out between
tne cap a in spienoio style, i ne uiuo and t io
Oceau Express bave in tow tbe Vauderbili, the
Great Republic sod the Illinois, t e Golden
Eagle. Tbe morning was the most beautiful
ot tbe season, and tbe scene tbe nnest ever wit'
uessed on Ibis continent.
Arrival of Santa Fe Mail.
Kansas Cirv, Oct. 29 The Santa Fe mall.
per Carson City, reached bere on Saturday in
ao vance or scntouie time.
Busioeee waa dull throughout tbe territory
The volunteer force lo Mew Mtxico numbers
now over tblrty-five hundred meu. three thou
sand ot whom are in marching order, and x
pect toon to be employed in aotive eervice.
Their destination is toward Mesailla, where
tbey expect additional reinlorcetnente.
1 ne Indians report a large body of troops
marching from tbe west, aud many think it
may be the California loroe so anxiously ex
peeled. It so, tbey design, oo their arrival, at
tacking tbe force in that region from Ttx.a.
Tbe Camancbea and Utabs bave been lock'
log borns together near Mixwelrs rancbe,
originating Irom A theft committed by tbe
utans,- in which they obtained one hundred
bead of Camancbe borses. The Camaoches
followed to obtain tbeir proper t, and In the
struggle one-of tbeir oomoor was killed.
ine Indians oo tbe ruins are now peaceablt
disposed to the whites, haviog received tbeir an
nuities at tbe hande of Ibe agent -
aurveior-ueneral Clark arrived tafelv. com
ing through the 8tate by way of Omaha
juage-wat;e came In at passenger by the
stige. All quiet bere.
Convicted of Piracy
PHiLiDtLmia, Oot. 30. Tnomaa Qilelev.
David Mullons and Edward Rockland were con
victed ol piracy last evening.
I be tteamer and specie captured off Savan
nah, bound for Havana, ariived at tho Navy
i era.
A brother in law of Alexander McKinttrv. a
Pbiladelphian, and Private Secretary to Com
modore Dapont, publishes a card emphatically
contrad'etiog that be (M. K) had abiconded
witb ine sealed orders, maps and charts ol tbe
great naval expedition, and sating that he has
ttken meaeures to hold aocouut.ble all who
bave contributed t) toe defamation el an Inno
cent man. '
No Truth in the Report of General
Scott's Resignation—General Fremont
Again.
Ntw Yosk, Oct. 30 Specials tays that there
ia uo truth uf tbe iutendtd resignation of Mo
Clellan and 800111 aleo that no order for the
removal of Fremont baa been issued.
Gen. fvltClellan oomnlaiot that coovinr clerks
in toe Woe Department have given newspaper
reporters copies ol military orders ieaued from
bis headquarters, but the evil will be correct
ed.
A letter from Commodore Dupoot. dated 8nn
day eveolog makes no meuuou otitic reported
oooery 01 01a private instructions, mips, etc.
A publlo sale of seveo hundred and flfti-nloa
b ties of Etst India wool took place thia morn
tug, aod wae, witbout exoeptioo.oneof tbe moat
spirited wool sales ever held ; prices ranged rom
ieo to iweuty per cent, nigber than was ex
ueo'ed.
1 be 1 ribune pubiiebes a lengthy report ol
Adjuttut-Gcnerol Thomas lo regard to Fre
mont's case. . It cn be summed up in tbeetaie
ment that Geo. Hut, ter, bis second in rom
maud, gave a reluctant opinion that Fremont
wae loQimpetent tor bie exteusive command.
Thle also is tbe concurrent testimony ot a
rge bomber of tbe mot intelligent men In
Missouri. Full detail were given nf all. one.
rations ia Missouri, aod tbe report atates tbat,
rremoot e order 10 marcn was Issued to an ar
my of nearly lorty thousand, many of the reg
interne badly equipped, witb InadtQueta supplies
or ammunittout oiotniog and trantuoriatioo.
lu regard to Kentucky it Is stated thai Gen.
Sherman deems two hundred thousand men
necessary, though willing to fight the enemy
with what be baa. No large bodies of troop
can do r ei tea in tnat state, and Its defense
must devolve oo the Free State of the Wett
it-iree
of
at
From Missouri.
[Special to St. Louis Democrat.]
Citt. Oot. Gen Prsntlss.who
lelt 81 Louis, bunday laal, with a foton of io
fantr'y to aurpriee and oaptore tbe rebels at Ful
ton, in Calloway county, returned and reports
mat before he reached rultoo Gen. J. B Hen
demon, ol the State militia, had made a com
promise witb tbe rebels at Drer't Mill, nsar
Concord, by which he commanded tbe United
States troops not to make any arreeia if the
rebels would lay down their arms and return to
tbeir homes.
Preoiias scaulesoed In thl compromise, boton
the first violation ot ii will visit severe ven
geance upon tbe offenders. Ibe rebelt were
four thousand strong, sud Henderson 'a force
numbered HI teen huudred. Tbe proposition for
compromise oame irom ine rebels.
bT Loom, Uot. su 1 be Congressional com
mlttee closed tbeir labor l last bight. It ia nn
derstjod they made a searching investigation
into tne niiegoa irauas ana irregularities ol
Government offioers in thia military depart
ment. Tbe result of their examination will be
made publlo In a few day t.
Niw Toil, Oot 9 A gold box and the free
dom ot the oily il to be presented to General
aobert Anderson this alternoon bv the Mavor
ana vommon touuoii. .
. r r
[Special to St. Louis Democrat.] Prisoners to be Removed from Fort
Lafayette.
Nivr Toit. Oct. 30. The State nrlaonora
eouftuad in Fort Lefetulta ara all ia Ka ran.A.4
to rort Warren, in Boston hstbor, which has
for some time been fitting np tor their noooa
moaatioo.
The o jeot of the change le not divulged, bnt
It Is believed to be tbe intention ol the Govern
ment to put the Fort in I more perfect stare ol
deleooe lor thi protection ot the harbor of New
IDaambstowii, Oot. 89. All quiet at thi loans
of tbo recent battle. Tbe euoy'l picksts in
fest tho opposite bAnk, ooculoDAlly firing on
ours.
.
Arrival of the Europa.
' Halix, Oot. 30 The Europe, from Liver
pool tbs IS.b.via Queenatown the SOth, arrived
to-day with 7,6551 Ja speole for Bjston, from
Koglaod. ! ; ',
. Tbe Fails correspondent of Iht London Timet
vrltet that the diecuseioos as to the com moo
line of policy to be adopted by France and Eng
land on tbe Amerioan question, baa been again
renewed. Tbe subject had been mooted before
out , waa poatpooed. fosslbly lolormation
brought over by Prince Napoleon mav have con
trlbuted to make tbe Emperor nor iooliued to
iieten to proposals wbicb might bs made In
Ibis reaped by Eugland.
Tbe London Globe gives prominence to the
following paragrspn;
We learn Irom sn anthentlo eenroe that no'
tiflcation has been -issued affecting tbe trade
who tne Doutnern states.
It would appear from a letter of inatruodona
issued dv Mr. Memmtoger Irom Riobmond on
tbe Bd oi August, that the Confederate Gov
eroment authorised vessels coming from lor
sign countries to enter any port oo the Bouih
era coast, declaring tuebcort shall be consid
ered a proper port ot entry for such vessels if
tne master or owner eball without delay dlt
patch a messenger to the nearest oolleutioo dis
trict, in order that a revenue officer may be sent
by toe Collector to take charge of tbe cargo
oa execute -tae lormtlitlet required lo oounet
uon nun me entry of goods.
At a conservative oemonstratiou lu Eisex,
Cap tin Jervis, a member of Parliament, ex
patiated on tbe war in America and its effect
on England. He argued io favor of teoes
tioo, snd nrged that the people ot England
soouiu give euou strong expresnon Of tneir sen
timeme ae would Induce the government to act
in accordance therewith.
Tbe Times, io an editorial on the day of hu
miliation In AmericA, tare that amid all tbe
turmoil oi war a change lo tbe morale of con
mublliee can be desired, and there Is a laint
glimmering of a new dawn i and aavi lutein
gent Americans are inolined lo believe that tbe
return ot peace, though it will show bumilla
tioo and give no security for mors secession In
tbs future, will bs tbe era for a bolter and more
orderly government in tbe Northern States gen
erally.
Ur. Russell's last letter U dated w atbmeton.
Oct. 4tb. Ia it be alludes to a great expedition
io sau tne end ot uotuoer. ue tsyt abat the
government ia determined to open a ootton
port, Aid it don't balieve In the oaths of tbe
Southerners that tbey will never give a bale of
cotton to tbe ankees, but tbinks tbe temp'.a
tioo of bigb prices prevailing will attract large
auppliet of oottoj to port lor exportation. Thus
a government monopoly may be created In cot
ton, and a ttrong protective government will
scarcely fiil to put on tbe screw. With foreign
customers, the writer thinks for tbe present tbe
srge ports or tbe North are tolerably eale.
Tbe owoer of tbe ship BjiIo baa brought
forward grievances sgaintt the' Federal Gov
ernment for prohibiting that vessel from enter
ing bavanoab before the blockade wae estab
lished, and claims compensation for losses.
The official trial of ibe sneed nf the Iron-
plated fiigate Warrior resulted In an average
of nearly fourteen aod a half knot, wbicb
plaoee ber at tbe bead of tbe Brit sh Nary in
peed as well as In all other particulars. The
highest speed attained was over sixteen snd A
half knots
A meeting had been held At Birmingham
relative tot no ootton supply snd in advooacy of
the establishment of cotton industry In Africa,
as a means of destroying the slave trade.
count rersigny has itsued a circular calling
on the prefects to bring all charitable socielieo,
eetaoiieDed wiioout the tanotion ol tbe Govern
ment, under the operation of the lawt. The
Society of St. Vincent do Paul is especially
poioiea out lor reiorm.
rant Oot. 18. Bjurue dull, but closed firm
attJi.eaj.
PaOrSU. The ooronalion of the Kinrr had
taaeu place.
Further by the Sante Fe Mail.
Kansas Citt. Oct. 30. The Santa Fa mall
luiuiabes tbe Mloeiog sdditiooal items:
About the 1st Inst., a company of New Meil.
Cin volunteers, under Capt. Mink, wu attacked
in tbe uight at Alimasa, thirty-five miles below
Fort Craig, by ouo hundred and ten Texan reb
els', and their horses ttamptded. Capt. Miuk
proposed to surrender bit ejmpioy, but bis men
dtoeoied, secured their horses and retreated to
rort Craig.
bubstquently about one bsodred Uotted Stall a
troops Irom Fort Craig pursued tbe rebels, ove.-
)ok mem, Killed tbeir Cxpiatn aod ten men.
rouuded abont thirty, and killed thirty horaee.
Tbe balanoe of the Texaos escaped to Mesailla.
Auoiuer band ot rebels wbo bad been sl
cammed on the Arkansas river were being pur
sued by s company of (Jolted States dragoons
irom rort wise aod a company ot flow Mexi
oan volunteers.
From San Francisco.
San Ftasa oj, Oot. 30. Sailed on tbe 36 h
the ebip Mounday, for Loudon oirgo wheat,
flour aud wool; ebip Western 8tar, for Liver
pool wheat and silver ore; S7kh, staamer Far
Aiiao, to cruise dowu ibe coast.
Capt. Jjbn H. Lendrum of tbe United 8tate
Army, died yesterday in this cit;. He was a
native ot Couneotiout.
Tbe Uuited State ateamer Ntrraganset was
At Acepuloo oo the 27. h met.
General Shielde was at Mextt'an on the 17th
instant. Ho declines a Brigadier-Generalship.
He ie urging some plan to to encourage Irish
emigration to the Western 8tates and Mx'0o.
beveral lextne bad arrived at M sitlan. on
tbeir way to Califo uia. Tbev report a atagna-
lion of butioest tbrouphout Texat In eouee-
quence of secesaioo- Toe ntmoel mirery pre
vails at Matamort aod along the Rio Grande.
cloaed, steamers tiee np, and all kinds of
improvemer U euapended.
Tk
r
fcJheritt 's Bale.
John Kennedy,
h
i et tl-
ve.
Common Pleas.
James hoath
BV V1HTVB OF AN ORDER OFHAL.B
w ao directed, from tho Court ur Common tU at of
franklin ooanu. Ohio. 1 will offer for aala at ih. don.
the Court Hones, Is the ottyof Oolnmbua, oa
Saturday, the 3Uth day of November, A. D.
; ; i . iobi,
on o'clock ? V., the following detciihed ml
et'ato, lituat ta tbo oonntv of Vrnaklui, eiato of
Obl'i and city ef Oolnabns. to wit: The sail one-half of
the followli't nrrmdoa. oommenelne uno hundred and
elghiy-fonr fe-t (184) wvttof thatouthemtleorutr of oot-
ol oumbar (33. tblrte-nvo. and batna a narl af aaM uat.
lot, al b stake, thrnoo aonh one hundred and alihty-
seven and a half foot (187) to a ttake. thence west
nilV-reeen rM 1371 t n SUkO. IAonc aaat Sriw aaeaa
fort (57, t inn place of brfinnint, all of which lines
a oornera, w ctwt, max be snderstood aa eortospood
wlib thota of tne streets and allejrs of tbo city ol
Colombo at reaald. bslne the east one-hal: ef the aban
detenbod pieailte and the same eonvevad to rha amid
Jamet Sooth by tald John Aeooedi and wlfa b dead
Aporalaedat UH3.
Prtuttr'afaot Id 00 0. W. HUTTMAlf. ffttHB.
ootst-dltwtd '., By Id. Darit, Deputy.
Master Conunissioner's Sale.
Clark a. Co.
v. Common Puua.
John M. Kinney l at.) - i
BT TIATCB OF AH 0RD8K OV IALB TO HB
dlreotsd from the Oourt of Oommon Pleas of Frank
lin ooaory. Ohio, I olll offer for sala at the doer of tbe
Court Bouse, la tho City of Columbus, oa .
Monday, the 25th day of November, 1861,
at eat o'olock. n. m.. the fotleeini deaorlhed real' oa-
tato, tlluat in tht oouoty of franklin and ttate of Ohio,
1 will ...
Lot No. B. SBbdlvialon ot ent-lot No. it. In Ilia Hi
voiwaiewa ....
AppraiMd at 1800 10.
0. W. BTJTFM A tT, IherltT,
. , . Umim ConuoUtioner.
Printer's fees,! I 00. .
oeif-4d ,
Legal Notice.
ajintt
Wllllan T. Jtnntnf, Benjamin
f . Robinson nn James T.
Ftilua, Defendant, partners
dome nutlnets nndor the Ira
name of W. X, jMalnsa
Oin-t or Comatoa
Pleas, franklin Co.
Ublo. . . .
FatuuAOo. , ; J
THE OFFEND HITS WILI, TAKE
I notice tl at Ih plaintiff, Charles Heath, did, oo tht
11th day of October A. D. ISO I. II hi petition In too
Oierk't offlro of the Ooorl of Oommon float In said
oamy of fnoklla. The proyor and object of which ta
to recover o( tho tald defendant tie earn of tl kaudiod
and levontytwo m-lld dollar, on a promltiury aoto
seeatid by oald delaadaal aa Ih lth day of Novem
ber, A. 0. IRS7, la Uulr arm name, da and rajah tlx
montha tfter dale
- IMindwt will take Botleo that Chey ar required to
an .war tald politloo aa tne aVUI day oi Muvembar, A. D.
UUI. or tald vttrUan olll b taken at tru, end Judf
ment rendered aeo intloly. .
Filntsr's IM,t M.
johh v. ppon,
' Attiroyforfiatl.
otlltd.
COMMERCIAL MATTES.
New York Market.
[REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, Oct. 30.
' FLOUR gaits at IS SSXB5 CO for soperlno tlate
ti 7MS HS for vitro ita'a; AS ISOS U fur aopoitno
oar, lak.., sbC Mk At flat ' .. .
- ' '-'I', fv vw wr TOHUUOD t BOQIOaltBlm W04t
era; S f &9 OS f-.v hlppini brands extra round hoop
Oh,t; IS I5 SO (or trala brands do. Gaouiai, flour
a shade batter olib a moderate builoew d int: anl-iof
UOS b 'U et $i i'Mjtl UI luraupardna; IS 717 Ml for
o wioionto tholco. Bye Hour quiet and nnouaagwl at
. OU tN 'hBAL Wlthoot chanft to notice.
WUI-RY Without Important chango salts of 39
bbls at tlOo. - , m - o
WHkai Opened le bolter, bat with enlyBodtrats
export demand, ktarlet elotod qulst ot about yca'tr
day's pneot. 1 1 18 ll: tales of USOObotlMla Aaelna
sprint at tlHKIS4; tf.OOOdo Milaaoktooluoaf IS3
m ii; 73 1,00 d oaibor Iowa al II 83el St AUO oo
red tuts at SI 30: Sfl.000 .a arli.iar Md .aia.i .iiim
l 34s 14(00 do ambtr Mich lean ot Al 13 a. I mm.
le SOU do Inferior io eommon while Carada at l 2ym
1 40: ISUMdowhlia Wlwar.tlo at A I an ail .lu,
i ' " a wniie ttaniaoty at
l A I M.
AYK draro and firm at 732Oo aa la anallt.
HAHLKV Oull. arlih ul.i Lltfl k-.i..,. ..... i.
' - .-'e
OoN Ii a shade Inner, wiih modcrata d..i .
export nod boms oontuuipiiuot talat uf 183,000 buah at
awj ior oatuf ro mixcU Wettern; 0l)tWMolor aood
to.i;""" sh ppius do; Uor. r o leroioiluw.
Oal4-D.ll; saisa at 3W4Wo for ilanadai 40S4lofor
Wttutrn and ttatt. .
ffll!',Iw""tt,", Ld L'w'' "'as of 7 bbltat gtl 00
'"'" lt7Si 0for unmo. ...
;,UV saloalOO Mis at l 00
9 40 forprlmt; i I04 SO for a.eat; ID gSAll SO
lor repacked m.; ail 7013 W ,0r extra m.sa irie
baaf IlAat j-ijulel and Heady al 1017o for west-
rohtm.!? AT3Q"lrt " ,h0B,der B4
5),-.I,BUl1 Md "ocl,nt4i ! f 0 bbls at
su"yi"H.onUnue fl,a! nin f.OhlesI aSlle;
"lt8"1,nn tnd drooplnr; fair 7q snd prims 4
our la. """ aotivo for Bio Knot
Oaf IMS. nUl 111 mtrbat a.mna..ll .
Chan,.; ! of 00 na.s.l Tui., i,:"':T"l
on nrleala l.rma. "
KICK Ioactlve.
aZbLV!ifcl M1 "4 Mh.nf.d: tales (00 hhdt
Onbaai ftasjfoi 47 boxn Btranoat PVo. ReAuoa i
mods ate otm.nd kut without material . nann In Drtee:
t"nnd. fraanlaled and oruttiad la nmu inv
!0e. " H"v"" "
11X
SI LAsSES BtmalnttfaulvwIlkM.M i ,
WOOL 1 ha nnbli. 1- .Tn. '"A"'.
day, patocd off with rtri taod .ui,l rnii .a .j....
"-"'- .tiwo, art rage a.HsHc
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, Oct. 29.
The flour markal dnrlnr n .Uk k.. -v.
'noTI t11TtPH b.l.",K, "" Un,UM 0f ,h ,u1
notaeroat d.tl .however, nor was It permanent. To
irfihi,i""1 i,wld eonIons wore
bilndi '' hrlni quoted at 4 ii for good
..UB4'5",0f ,h,P,,m ,,ld,, "dealror market
to-day. and In some lo.taaoti wu a trifle hUher toVriot.
Tbo obuiot eradea ol ha.i tha, . "V r.v'm'
mtloly abtwbed by mill.,, f on. Mrood They In o
'... 'i ""htre.and allow, wnSoueatlJ
i1' I U.U """f''1 '"aceount oV TiTS! fcd
wh!i KaMo".""' '" 88o, mid
(JOHN Uat not ham raaillla bh. k. .ii..,,, .
but the i other trade teens the market itoadj.
urm u,' ,n" efterday,and
iVl 'l -lflict orar Wo for them.
42ll5T " b"w tout read ly at
eaALEY-Is more loqa'red for. A quotation of
prime wit mads al S3o. ... .. . m z! "
wuiean in (ladual stales has lost loner xal
Ion .too.,., laM w,u toVlm l
m -
GmnnrahU.
Cleveland Market.
CLEVELAND, Oct. 29.
g Inelndlng red XX 1 1 14 S3
id white d at SI.
an e untry en
Wliaae IoacUve. tloldera .rnl . . -ki.
would have been eccoptod by ihlpptrt to oomo'eatenl
vtotoi. xn only aal wu an oar
hi eon trookat II.
BN-naies 1 carat Bio; 1 at Mo and 9 at Mo, all a
O-TS S.leof SoartttSlo. '
H IO II WIN a a 8.1m of JO belt at 13 Vo.
fau tri sals of U bbls dried apples at So.
Ltidtr.
BXOOinnrjrDatf BT m La TV
SIR ASTLEY COOPER,
DR. VALENTINE MOTT
ov asw voaa,
acknowledged Baa da of the rrofaoatoa fa sttho
jaaoaiapaore.
The boat Dtaretie. Tooio. and InvliroraiiL Tn.
n t Katraut of tbe ITAUAJS J UN LP KB
BC&Bx. The Purest and Most Costly fiin B
laat
INDISPENSABLE TO FEMALES.
INVALUABLE TO THE SICK.
INCOMPARABLE FOR THE A GEO.
THE SAFEST AND HOST
DtllCIOUS BEVERAGE IN THE WORLD
rot Bale), Plata rod Onarta tro a ream
Dnigglat, Grocer, or Country Merchant,
1001 OOT TO! OflTJR
LONDON O I N 8.
TBI ONLY OErTOINn ABT1CLB ia
tHARLES' LONDON CORDIAL Q IN.
B. BALDWIN & CO
- Importers, 01 Liberty St.
nbjw yoRit
Bold la Columbus by ' !
- McKIB BISTlBAtTX, '
Wholesals and Be tall Sneers, Plate, man BalMtaa .
0. A. WAflNIA.and e'honk -la
Cincinnati, ky , BCIJtB, B0K8TUM A OO.,
cat-doodAlyw andathora
Elegant lace Itlantillas.
No. 29 South High St,
HATB Jut opened an mvols f vary Urg and
haadauaM
pusher. french. and chantilla
lace mantillas and pointed;
Wide French Laces fob Shawls.
Very Deep French Flouncing Laoes.
Reel Thread, Frenoh, Chantllla k Oenevese
VEIXS. i
ValencienTjei, Point de Gaze, Bnuieli
ana lareaa Lices , ana Collfiri,
VALENCIENNES TRIMMED H'DKFS,
MALTESE LACE COLLARS 4. SETS,
LINEN COLLARS ft CUFFS, '
i .. ' In new Shapes,
" PAPER COLLARS dc CUFFS,
" : For traveling
PRICES TJNTJ8T7AIX.Y IXJW.
aBWBaaHmBBaaaoawwwsmwaBimm '
Traveling Dress Goods.
MOBAMBIQUIS, fOfUNI, IHBPBI&D'B OE10K8
BILKS, FOIL DB OBBTBBS, ' ,
LATBLLA8, BROOBB VAtBNCIAS, AcAo.
, the oest and most taahknahle sty km la ta olty,
r AT VEK LOW . PRICKS. (
- - ' BAIN A BOM, ''
1 : 1 SB oonth uaa Btratt.
RKPELL.ANT OR WATER-PROOF
CLOAK CLOTBI. Ala, ether makes of Sprint
Owak Clothe, la all dealrablo miziareoUiodinn. Ta
ssls and Buttons to match. 0 1(1 a SON,
apnlS , . He. BV South Hick Mr '
FANCY DHKSS wILKPJt. ;
BAH 01 DKIAS SILhd,
FANCY DHSad I ILKA.
We are bow offerl tit onr laatenao eloab af Faaey Brom
Sllkt at prtot lea. man or boioi tSorad la ahls of ty
The atteniiOB of tht Mwe of Uo eliy sod vtetolbj la
oUaiied, o our atoek M Voty eomot and onmplev In all
rtogooduUitilia. Falsa Walt.
bovM. vfo.wJ Mth iUsh street.
1 1
'
'
InsMmt Helleif I ' Btwp ' Cfwaiga.
rnrlfyyear Drwathl
'' ,", ' i. .'. i, t'tr'i
Strengthen yowr Vwlcol
XX
- r.Ht.s jo"-
THROAT CONFECTIONS
v' ft W
GOOD FOR CLERGYMEN,;'
-av
GOOD FOR LECTURERS, . .
A,,'
GOOD FOR PUBLIC SPEAKERS,
-
GOOD FOR SINGERS;''
GOOD FOR CONSUMPTITES.
' ' " : ' j OBlfTUMBn OABAT
SPALVINa'8 THROAT C0NFECT0N
LADIBS ABB PILIOHIBB WITH t.
8PALDINQ'S THROAT CONFECTIONS:
CBILDBIjf ckV FOB
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS.
Tbey relieve i Cough Instantly.,
They dear the Throat.
They give strength and volume to the' voice.
Tbey Impart a delicious aroma to the breath
Tbey an delightful to the taste.
aim ma ...
iney are maoe oi simple berM and cannot
harm any one. - .
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I advtts every one who has a Oooyhora aaaky Tokm
or a Bad Brtata, or any dtmealty of the Tkraot, toVot
a paetat of my Throat Con hot lo at; they wilt relit v
yoa Inttanlly, and yoa will aire with sa that 'tbev
C tight U tho spot " To wUI and them vary atta I
aod pleasant whtl trtrellnr or atteadtny nabllo oMt
lop for itllllns your Ooofh omllarinf year taint II
yoa try oa peck if. I am safe la sayfatf that yoa will
(vr afterwards aonttder them IndUpanaablo.
To will find Ihomal in Ornntots sad Dealer ia
Madloine. . . , - '
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, ''
My rlynatnr It en each packaf. All otters 'sew
counterfeit. ' ... ,, ii,
ApekagwUlbSMt by maiL prepaid, oa naolnt
TBinyiMats.
Addnms,
Henry O." Spidclisg,
!ie
! ' .WO. CBOAB ITBBBT,;
v. . 'J.W. , ,' NEr YORK
cSr CURE.
NervousHeadache
By Ih on ol the Fills th" Bcrtodl attacks of
ou or 8icM BtadacU ouj be prevented; and If takti
t the oommeBoement of an attack rmmodt vollof ftoa
valnand atckans will koobtaluod. y ; - .- j
They esldoa fall la remorinf th 'gamta and '
dcAt to which femaltiaie to inject. , - ,
They act fntly nysa th howsls r uilng Ckom
WMe
For IAUrary Mm, MudmU, . Delicot Ftsaal
and all person tludmlarf kabitt, tfaoy are vol an
is lamaU. ImproTtif, Ibe apjutiU, yiwUf
npav to Ih dliroaUr arpuu, and raatortn rh asta
ebtOclty tod timtU of tt. whom tyttaa. '
TBB CBFBAUO PILLS sr Ih raoalt l a bm
dfatioa and carofnlly wnduotod ezpertmenot, lavtna
ota la at saaay ywrs, darlag wamh thn khey kano
reveniod and relieved rait amoont of poia ood aaler J
ln( from Headacho, whethar origin, U&f ia tao narpta
cyiuaa or from a doranfodttat of Iht HveaaoA.
Tbey art entirely vosowbl fc Iholr eompooMVai. ati
aaybstakea at all ttmet with perfed eataty tba,t
aaklng any ohaDge of dlti, awet M oft eta, oo of aaf
oaeesVow.
BBWABB OF OOUHTBaFBITI I
rhinatn bar In tlinatuiot of Btory ft frafflafi
o. each Boa., y v,
Bold by Dracat, v4 all other Denton In aTedlcinaa.
A Boa will be tarn ay mall, prepaid, oa rtrelpt ol the
'Prioo, QO OexxtAS.
All erawrs daoald et addreend to ... .
' . ! :
4S Cwdar nirawW' Nawv ifart.
From the Bzamlner, Horfolk, V.7j 1
Oophall Film aoeompllak tho onjont tor which thay
wr mad, vla.1 Oar of haodooho ta oil lm fonav
. . From tern Bxamtnor, Bo'rvotk, VA
They have beta Httadla mora than a fAoaaaad aasas
From the Democrat, St. Clottd, kfinv.'
' If yoa art, or hare ban, IroabM wick en kit da In
mod fur a on. (Canhalm Film.) a thai bob aaa. a...
thta in oaaa of aoatiaok. .- , M
From th Advortiatc, rrarldenoo, X. I.
Th Oepbalw murtmdtha rtmtrmitly effotttv
aunty lor the haad.nht, sad one of the voy oett foe
at vry (reqnont oomplalat which hat one ban
to Tared. .- ..!-..,. ,
n : --I.-, r.
Irom tht Weston K. B. Oaoetto, Obleafo, IU.
We heartllv and one ktr. Inaaldlna. and kia aariaataa
OtphaliorUl.
tn Kanawha Valley tbu, Kanawha. Va.
W are ai taM atrvan SBBtruu with tho kaaAaha(
who lay tbem, will riok to thorn.
Fraat the Sontharn Path FlnJer, If tw Or lean, Li)
Try them! yew that r aflHrtod, knd ere are ear that
roar etoltmonyoaa bo added to tho already aomsroa
Utt that net reoolvod btoeda that ao oUiar medicta oat
rodao. . u -i. j i 4!;
t . From Ih Ik Louis Domoorat. '
' The teuMnte dwaaad fat Ih arttol tCtphattt IIHj
Is stpiaiylaataati!. -v . y
. Irom th Oam Us, BavojapotV low, ,
ktr. IpoMlnf woaM aot ooaneet hi nam with a at
tklt he did not kmr leoMeeae real aMrlL.
0A dn(k bottle at aFaLAlHai fkiraaAB
aiiua wut save tea uat f annual lyJ 1
8PALDINQ3 PREPARED GLUE I
mamBBwaa ' - ' L
. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUS I
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE t
IAVB THI MB0BS1
looNOflirt bib Atom
TTT" A irrrea m Tufa lavas Biaa." rrt t
Asseeidtna will happen, svoa In well ram laud Anwi
Urns, N a vary atolraole ta kavo KM aheap and coat
vaaaat way for rovoirlng FaraitBra, Toy, Otwokory
' WAXDWO'lFUfABWeLFiei -
meets alt sack emerenerae. and oo aeaeeosid own nsVr
mboaitnoBtl. 11 malwayt ready, aad op at halMi
IT''-'UMBUL IS BTBBT B0O8B.w r!
K. B. A Brash aoeoaipaules each kotllc. :
MOW). AddreM, .
atAtlBT 0. IFAtD'TH,- . .
' .. ;r- j..... Wo. Oi, Cedar. Itreet, how Jfo
, n , . " CA0T10S.- 1 1 .-.. jh .4
Ae oertal anprlndpled pertont r H(fr
Hi
palm ooo tre unau.pectti'f ii"1i. haitanvu.
rnaraKKU Ul.i a. wuaul eautioo oil
rwHre) proiiJrtng 1 vj (H,t t
G PH
LifiD.. IV..U. , r
rr a h, f Of at.J
m Q -AAJ WMkaW VIlI,BlU4sVaw wMVatWlflt. f
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