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' FRIDAY MORNING, NOV. 1. 1861. r
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LOCAL MATTERS.
A Chance for Printers.
A Democratic a.wspaper. recently ttarteJ.wiih a trlr
culatioa of SUA copies. It offered for tela at a low prie
of four lumSnd dJlan CIS A. It i printed la a
Sour lining eooaty ,ani haa part ot the county printing,
a4 111 circulation ran aslly M rakca to too. IM
terial of a since coat, two year ago, lata la a
ond in;ni far a Brae Ileal rinler. AiUrea Klitor
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Slitenaan, Colonbat, Ohio, for fnnher ptrtleatan.
actlT-lf
Notimbh. Tbia ia the nrat day of Noram-
ber. The following from WmTnta'a 'Husk
er,"
. . ... A.. ..:.: f . l,A,.n .nsiwr
i uuv urrvi i,'.iwu
day, micy of which we hope to thi aaooih:
fa ItiU dry mist thtt mora
Tkt na roM broad aod red;
At Ant a Tisaleas alik of Ars,
II br.jbten.d ai It aped.
Yet erea ila noootlJe gUrj
fell ebajteaed aad aaddaeJ
Oa eorsfieldj and sa orchards
Aod softly pictartd wood.
And all that qaist siternooa,
Mow ilopiof lo tha aifht,
II wora auh roldea shaiUe
The hue with yellow lljht.
' glsntioit throach the pslatrd leachsa
II ilonfitd ib hill.
And beneath It paod and ateadow
Lay brighter, reeter still.
Djnatiom ob tub Sotwias. Toe follow
ing donations were receired at the office of the
Quertermssttr-Ueneral, oo W edoeidar:
79h!nk.ta. 1 eorerlet. 173 pair lock, 10
ptir drawers, 43ahirts. 3 pair n. Uteris, 43 pin
ca-hiooa.
The lollowinr, from donitios, were aent to
Virginia on Wednedv. in charce of General
Heurj Wilaoo:
1,006 blankets, 1.200 pair socks, 420 pair
drwr, 501 thins, 6 TtetJ. 29 piir pant, 84
neck cirofufterr. 201 pir mittens, 55 coata, 19
pair paiild.
A Gocd ArriMTWiNT. We learn with
pica-are that Lieuteaau. Colonel Cntwbll, of
tha Fonrib Rigimwit, has been apiointed Colo
nel ot the Eighty-second Regiment, in proceea
of orginizitiou at Bucyrus. Colonel Cawtwiu.
has been in command of the Fourth Regiment
aince the death of Colonel Leant ANDatw,acd
was, we understand, the ouanimone choice of
tha men aa hia successor. A the commander
of the Eieht?-3ecad, wc feel assured that Col
Cstwil will diftingnish himself as an iffi-
eient and brare tfflcer. in whom all under him
will bare the most implicit confidence.
Wo notice also that Adjutant Drirn haa
been appointed Lieutenant-Colonel, and Capt
Robinsos Msjjr of the Eignty-second.
Cur Sroot a!D Kro The greatest 1m-
prorement which has come to onr knowledge
lately, ia a cimp (tool and bed combined, manu
factured and told by car euterpriimg fellow-
townsmen, Meters. Hall, BaoaM & Co. Army
officers should by all means call and purchase
one of these camp loxories. See adTerliae
ment in another column.
O The 13iu, 30;h and 40th Regimenuof
Ohio Volunteers are at Camp Nerin, oo Nolin
Creek, Ky., under command of Brig.-Gen.
McCook. Letters for member of these regi
mroia should be directed to Nolin P. O., Ky.
O" The shop oa the Pecitentiary ground
recently desuojed by fire, ia being rap itily re
built, and will coon be occupied by our eater
prising fellow-citiieo, Mr. Uatois.
iT The rid quarter at Camp Deanison are
n.,.l..ntnn itmnnlA! tpansfnematiAn. b ivinr
dice to new. raorc substantial and warm winter
nuaiters.
RrcauiTiNO i.t Ohio. Since October 1st, ac
cording to returns in the Adjutant General
oce, eight thousand one hundred infantry re
cruits and seren hundred and ninety-four aitil
lery and cavalry hare been enlisted in Ohio for
the war, by Second Lieutenants appointed lor
recruiting under the suff ices of District Mill
tary Committees.
I OA
Ikdictmiuti r the U. S. Gband Joet. The
Crand Jury of the U. S. Court, sitting at Cin
cinnati, oa Wednesday, reported bill of indict
ment egalhst Jaueb M. Chkkowbth, Thobtab B
lincslm and johh a. Sa.yr, charged with u ea-1
aa.Intr .TiAb AWAPnmatnt TVadk Tnrw !
DUU aaataiiuo aw w ti uuivu w. anw wwit ws va v
then finally discharged. . .,' ;
ZT They are drlriog a pretty thriving busi
ness ii Cincinnati In filling up the dog-pound
on Poplar street. The trappers are paid twenty-fire
cents per bead, and Wednesday morning
a boy presented a bill of (13 00 to the Chief
of Police for doga be. had captured la a couple
of days. '". ,
XT A rigidly pious old lady down East say
that "this civil war I a judgment upon the na
tion for permitting women to, wear hoop.'
Qalto as sensible aa some of the pulpit theories
on the same subject.
A HioHLrlirriarsTio On Dir. That it will
aoon bo necessary to fit up one of the rooms at
the White House as a nursery. Such an apart
ment has not beei necesaary there ainoe John
Qiiocy Adams was President.
IT Hon.E. G. q.oteb, formerly editor of the
Scist QtzMt, haa recently taken charge of the
editorial department of Fnnk LetlU't III
tratid Newtpaptr. , ( .
CT The article In yesterday's StifwMs,
beaded '. G. C," should hire been ersdlted
to tha Cincinnati Gtvtu Instead of the
Meats, Vioetables, etc. The largest and
finest quality of beef, multoa and Beats of
every kind ever brought to this city, will be ea
hiblted and for sals on Saturday next (Nov. ),
wt the meat Itors of curt fellow townsman,
koBEET Roic Nortn Higo 'street,'between Gay
tnd Long. AU person wiahing anything ia kit
line aboold by all means give htm a call.
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Tmu Tint. At, Tl feat art of whic w
bav uj authetitie eeeoont was that of making
I article f clothing. Other creature oat, drink,
site tbeaaselrea habitations'. !bnt tbt
auklo; and wearing of olotbes dis Unguiihe
the bonus bataf bom the eulsaal. Clothing la
the Brat of human want, and eoctinue through
life to bo boih a necessity and a luxury, with
which Bona can dispense.
Thla being to, he ha furaiahaa the boat and
aaatcat clcthea at tha cheapeat nit. la a bene
factor to hia raoe, and aboold receive encour
agement In hia Tocatioo by a liberal pnblio pat
rooage.
la thia coDAcctioo, refer the inquisitive
saind, that by thia iiaio haa doabtlees becom
intensely anxious to aacertaln our drift, to the
article la another column, beaded M latere ting
to Every Reader." It la of the higheat inter-
wt 10 U af every age and condition! whether
In civil or military life, for It throw a flood of
light on what la often a datk and intrioate prob
lem, namely where they ought to go to array
Ithomselrea In the moat enbetaatlal and elegant
attire at the leaat poAible outlay. That place
la the Capital City Aroade of Maacra Child,
on High atrect, oppoalte the Bute Honeo
KTIIaToyoa tried those eplecdid table at
the Wikamt BnjjAAD Rooa if not, go and do
ao, and yon will be Bore to go again. The
enahiooa cannot bo excelled for elasticity.
tT The Delaware Standard ujt the typhoid
ferer ia quite preralent in that county.
COLUMBUS POST OFFICE.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
DEPARTURES.
alalia for Mew Tark Oil. Bosun. Albanr. Boffalo.
Plustonrrti. fcteubOTiUa war. Otsrelaad. f tnntlUs.
Mswark, ran Til Is. WasDiBftaa 019, Bsjttawm, Pttila-
K,r vros, vam umuj wuhbsjs sucpr-
Isdjaltf s clocac p. as.
A throac aUI ar naw Tan ana aierelana
dall(SaBdanazesptsd) at I a'eloak p. aa.
O. o. ato.au au way auuietsaes oaily (BaDdansz-
eeptad) at clock p. am.
Deaual uua way avail closes sally (Sundays szeeptedj
M o'clock a. ai.
OlBCinnati Way Mall clots daily (Basdayi czeaptad) at
eiock a, aa.
Ghlcaire. Sabaaaa, Dels wars, atarioa and Worthier
toa alalia slossa tally laoadays excepted) at o'clock
tails for xscta. Bprtncasia, paytoa. Tolado. Clada-
aati. ladiaaaylia, LMlsTilla, At. Loaia, ami Detroit,
closaa Aally (aaadays sasptad) at B o'clock p. aa.
A ttrouh aaall to Xanla, Bprtnrflsld and Clnelnsati
Closaa daily (aandaya axespted) at 10 o clock a. aa.
L'rbana, Piqaa, tiffla and Cnioa City Ball closes daily
isoadaya azaepaMi) u a cioaa p. aa.
Uaoastar, Lofan, NelsonTiila, OlrctaTille, ChllUeotba,
PeftsBMMlk, VasJilngtasi O. H., Athsnt, Atari etu and
lilllsmroaih aulla closs daily (Budays sxcepted) at U
cmc p. aa.
Bast Was Kail k Rational toad to laaetrille closes
dal ly (Bandays cxneptad) at U o'clock at.
llarnabarrh BUU closes dallr tondayassecpijedlslS
'look p. aa.
att. Tsrnoa Mail, by way of westarrlllaand Bnnburr.
loses daily (aandays excepted) at a o'clock p. as.
vaDiut Aiail closes aauyieanaart excepted jat a o'clock
aa.
laneaater War at all closes dallr fflnsdan aarentein at
ot
ARRIVALS.
alalia from Hew Tor. Bcatoa. Philadeltvhta, Bnffalo.
Albuy, Pittsbargh, Clsralaad, Pay ton, Toledo, Xenia,
Detroit, Springfield, Cincinnati, Chilltcotha, St. Lonls,
asd all BoaUiara dbea. arrirs between the hours of 9
crack aa. and clock a. at
MaiutroalndlaiuuoUa.Ohlouro and Dnboqne arrm
j wa. ai.
alalia froni waahlnttoa City. Baltimore, Wheellne,
Sanaarilto, Newark, Biaabearilla, att. Tamoa, and lbs
o. au K. way Mali, antra at ixa'rlcckni.
way Mail rraaa Cindnnati arrtraa at J clock .
Inirastar Mail arrives at t o'clock a. m.
Bast Way Mail artr Um Hational koad arriTea at II
Ylock a. aa.
Mt. TernooWaytaflarrhresatllla. at.
Mail rrosa Dablia arrival at Is 'slock B.
Crhana Way Mail arrlTCS at o'clock p. n.
kiarrisesirfn Mali arms at 11 o'clock a- n.
Uncaatar Way Mail arrrna at 19 ot Jack at.
Otxoa deUraiy opto mrx day .iKot Bandar) from
'clock a. at. to 0 o'clock a. ai. Open on Bandays
froaa T to sVlock In the anning, and from 4 to
JOHN GRAHAM. P.M.
BOARDING ! BOARDING!!
GOOD BOARD A PLEASANT BOOJ1S
for etrht or tan persons, can be had by applying to
PATTERSON, Ko. 118 Boats front Buest, between
8tau and Town Btreela
Betng hat on sqnara fraca the State Boase, Bakes It a
deairabM place for basinets aen. i
ctl-dla )
Oysters! Oysters!!
O. XL, W jOlOKTUItL
HAS JCST RECEIVED. AND WILL
be In daily receipt, by Express, of
FEISH CAB & XEfJ OTSTEES,
i
Vr?m Baltimore and Fair Eafrn. " ' f '
Call at Wagner's Oyster and Fruit Depot, No. 21 Xut
street. A
taifstf
M. & V. KCERNER,
JSToL GO, ' ' i :
Corner of Broad & Front Streets,
C O LTJ M B U S,
EEALCBS IN
GROCERIES.
PRODUCE AND
PROVISIONS.
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS,
FLOUR. SALT, , LIQUORS, ETC.
....... t .
OTBTBHS ST THI CAN I!f THEIR BRA80N.
ootSS-dly .
Cranberries I Cranberries !
ORDER, aa cjailgnmenl.
lor sals low by
ws U. KE3TIEAUA.,
too ooo ih Uigh Btnat.
oelS3
Colambiis Wholesale Liquor Store
LACELLE ROSS & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
' s IMPORTERS AND DIALERS IS
foreign and Domestic Wines, Brandies,
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a
of
val
on
. . ate. ate. ALSO. ,
old r ye,' monong ati e la bourbon
"; ' . W hVsk y. ; , , .
TASBBOUBI AMD Oil ICE, SM SOUTH HIGH ST.,
;:" COLTOBUS, OHIOI - , 1
ata&Uyls ' ' ::. a i-
new: coal;yahd.
TnE rNDKIISIONED KEEPS CON
BIABTLX oaktad aad for sals, the bast quality of
HOOKING GRATE COAL;',
Which bs Will sell at U lowsst stsrtst prices- ' ."
Call aad axaBlna my Coal selors yarobaainf elas-
'"oflToa at Um store of Bradford, 'Baydam A Co head
etOaaavV. , ... . .. f BlrtaAlf. :
TKTllXUxriCLi Jm Grill
AGRICULTURAL WARMOUSB
And Seed Stoxcf
" r r - BWAlEE fl . ... (..
GimERAld HMDWARE, ?
; lAHA, SLABS, aABH, rUTTY. 00EBA1,
Dsuaa. Ptetola. Wowtt at Willow Wsurws
I alar BilMag, latw Lsathsa, Beta tmt
ar-suy
TELEGRAPHIC.
Reported for the Ohio Statesman.
WASHINGTON NEWS.
President's Reply to Senators.
Heavy Firing Down the
Potomac.
FOUR SOLDIERS TO BE SHOT.
FREMONT AT SPRINGFIELD.
Arrival of the Arago with Arms and
Clothing.
A Visit to Beauregard's Headquarters.
ters.
Rebel Loss at Conrad's
Ferry.
Ferry. &c. &c., &c., &c.
From Washington.
Washihotok, Oct. 30. It la understood that
General McClellan haa issued an order for the
ahooiing of fonr soldiers found guilty ol sleep
ing at tnetr picket post.
borne members ot the JJa Wew y otic, owine
to gross misconduct to-day got into difficulty
wito citizens in toe neignoomooa or iewins'
will i two of the former were severely injured.
General Hancock aent out a detachment aod
promptly placed the soldiers under arrest.
(Time Dispatch.)
General Banks haa efficient authority for ex
plicitly denying the statement that the army of
tne rotomao would eo into winter Quarters
within the lines of the present encampment or
entrenenmente. No eucn purpose is entertained
by the Government, and no such suggestion baa
oeen maae oy uenerat nieuieiian.
Witnin the last lortnignt toe activity ol pre
paration ha been greater than for some time
within the last two montna. Ul course an ar
my ia to remain in and around Washington to
defend the capital, and doubtless a large camp
instruction lor tne men ana norces.
Winter barracks will also bo provided.
The Tribune's story of the running a a-ay of
captain uupont a ciern appears to be a Bell.
[World's Dispatch.]
a for
ward movement by the army ia determined on;
ibougn at wnat time it i not proper to atate. 1
The World's correspondent speaks of weed
ing out incompetent officers, and nays the ad
vantage the South has had over us is in the so
perior character of the regimental and company
officers.
We are for repairing this matter slowly; at
tne same time an woo are aeacrving promotion
from the ranks are certain to receive it in due
time.
[Tribune Dispatch.]
recently ordered
nvo hundred morennea guns.
Immense quantities of shot and shell are be
In? cast at all the foundries In the country.
Citizens of Buffalo have sent a petition to the
President, headed by Millard tillmore, asking
tne appointment ol lien, neinizeiman as Major
General. la a conversation at Edwaids's Ferry, be
tween the rebel and our picketa, they acknowl
edge their loes in killed and wounded at the
battle at Conrad's Ferry waa three hundred and
fiitv. and admitted that they lost sixty men in a
skirmish at Edwards's Ferry, Tuesday, whin
our artillery orove them back, lhcyaaidon
Sunday night there were but three regiments at
Leeaburg. Tbey had now about forty thonsand
men, who came up from Manassas : these
would return, as they were not wanted there.
These statements are contirmea Dy rebel prison,
oners and our scouts.
The Tribune admits that the rumor of Com
modore Dupont'a secretary absconding was un
founded, and adds that It bas reason to believe
that it was put in circulation by an enemy of
ana a foe to the Government.
[Special to Commercial.]
Wabhihotow, Oct. 31. A petition Is in circa
lation here aod numerously signed, which ap
peals to the Government to furnish fuel to the
people ot Washington at reasonable prices.
The War Department did not recognize Gen
eral Jim Lane, of Kansas, aa having authority
over brigade. His commission was issued by
State, and does not proceed irom the Presi
dent. General Lane haa aent here for a corps
engineers and aappers and miners, and the
Government retusee to grant the requisition.
Private advices lately received from Ken
tucky, are very encouraging. The rebels are
represented to be falling baok in a rather hope-
lets manner, mis ia better newa than that re
ported by General Thomas.
We are officially informed that the sreat na
expedition Bailed without written orders.
There Is nothing of interest to communicate
from the Potomao to-day. Weather fine, and
the troops in excellent spirits. .
Washington, uot di. Ihe foilowine order
waa isaaed from the ros'.offlce Department to-
da;: - - -
The roatmaster-ueneral orders that all let
ters by any acting field or staff officer in the
service of the United States shall be forwarded
the mail without prepayment of postage, in
accordance with the provision of the 11th sec
tion of the act to employ volunteers, etc , ap
F. P. TROTT.
Chief Clerk.
The stationery contract for the House of Rep-
reiiotatirea waa awarded to-day to Phillirs &.
Solomons, Latimer & Bro., and 11. Tayler.
There have been no arrival to-day from tne
Lower Potomac. The Coeor de Lion started
down to-night with coal for the flotilla.
Washington, Oct. 31. AU quiet np to four
o'olock this alternoon on the entire line of the
Potomac.
There seems to be no doubt that the rebels
have a lareo number of fiatboats at Oocou-
quao Creek, manufactured atFredericksburg,
intended to cross the Potomac.
The President's Reply to Senators—
A Flag of Truce—Heavy Firing
A Flag of Truce—Heavy Firing Down the Potomac.
New Yobe, Oct. 31. The lory lo the pirate
case stood eight in favor of conviction and four
for acquittal.
The Herald's Washington dispatch says the
President has informed certain U. S. Senators,
who called upon him yesterday to know when a
forward march was to take place, that the res
ponsibility of such a movement is left with
Gen. McClellan, and that It Is the purpose of
tbo executive to sustain him in his undertaking,
whatever his determination may be. Tbe Sen
ators left satisfied.
About 10 o'clock jeaterday morning, boat,
containing seven rebels with a flag ol truce,
was seen coming across the Potomao from the
mouth of Quantico creek. Capt. Adam, of
the First Massachusetts regimempweot down to
tbe shore at Budd's Ferry to receive it. When
within about one thousand yards from the Ma
ryland side, tbo rebels In tbe boat threw over
board a barrel, which they anchored like a
booy. Taking in the flag of truce, tbey pulled
back to tit Virginia side as fast as possible.
In tbo afternoon heavy firing waa beard down
the Potomao from Budd's Ferry.
The Express states that a few data since
John A. Kennedy, Superintendent of Police, is
sued what seems to be a secret order tc the po
lios, relative to persons about visiting .foreign
countries. The order directs that evert naa-
seager bound outside the country be examined
by the police, woo are w see mat au bare pa
norta. . . .t,
Tbo Surveyor of the. port Mtsed to-day fa e
ship Joseph W. Dyer, two-sixteeotbs of wk b
are owned by James Phillips, of l)uialan. ,
Gen. Fremont at Springfield.
[Special to the St Louis Republican.]
FatMOMT'a Headquarters.
riai.B, Mo., Oot. 88. Gen. Fremont and staff
arrived here yesterday, and the Benton Cadets
Col. Carr'a oavalrv. Mai. Holman's sharp-shoot
ers and Gen. Sieel's command, at different re
riods during the same day, finding no professed
rebels in the place. Our troopa were recoived
with delieht. the star and stripes being ills
olaved at numerous houses, and men, women
and children waving handkerchiefs from almoFt
every doorway.
Major While, or the Prairie Seoul's, whoie
command started with Maj Gaziui;! lur Spring
field, had been unite ill. and was ciptui id by
the rebels while riding In a buggy, and after tie
Ogbt was taken several miles out oi town oy a
Guard ol twenty rebels, but waa rescued by a
party of Green county Homo Guards, aid ia
now here.
The loss of Fremont's body euard or rnday
last, waa til teen killed, twenty-tnreo wounaea
and twentv.six miasinir. Three of the wound
ed have aince died, and doubtlesa many of the
missing will soon report themselves. The rebel
loss is stated at from fifty to Sixty killed, and
fortv or fl It wounded. The rebela ware com
manded by Colonels Johns, Frazer, Price and
Turner, the latter two of whom are said to have
been killed. '
General Fremont will probably remain here
nntil the other divisions of the army arrive.
ttennrnl Prinn ia aaid to be in the vicinity oi
Carthage, bnt nothing definite is known of bis
whereabouts.
State Prisoners—Thanksgiving in
Massachusetts.
Boston. Out. 31. The steamer SUta of
Maine arrived and landed the State prisoners at
u ort warren to-day.
uovernor Andrews has appointed luorsaay
November 21st, as a Dav of Thanksgiving and
Praise, it being the anniversary of the day ol
signing the original compact ot government on
board the Maj flower.
A Visit to Beauregard.
New York, Oct. 31. The Baltimore Amerl
can of to'day conuius an account of a visit of
a Mr. Brommell, a merchant of Brooklyn to
Beauregard. BrotLmell arrived at Baltimore
from Fortress Monroe.
Accordiug to bis report he visited Beiure
card at headquarters, one mile from Richmond,
on Wednesday last week, and conversed social
ly with mm.
During the day Bcauree&rd reviewed fifteen
thousand men of Johnson's command, a most
imposing pageant, and was cheered entbuBias
tically.
Beauregard stated that eo far aa he was con
cerned, be preferred acting entirely on the de
tensive. Me was satisfied with the repulse of
the federal army whenever it made any Impor
tant advance.
lie warmly denied that aliens were prevented
eaving the State of Virginia.
Arrival of the Arago, with Arms.
Clothing, etc.
Naw York, Oot. 31. The Araeo has arrived.
bringing 1,176 packages of arms aod 601 pack
ages of equipments and clothincr. consigned to
Collector Barney, for Quartermaster General
Meigs tne whole comprising complete arms.
equipments and clothing for twelve thousand
men.
The jury in the Savannah oirate case reoort.
ed that tbey were unable to agree, whereupon
the papers were taken from them, and they
were uiecnargea irom us lurtner consideration.
Clothing, etc. Destination of the Great Naval Expepetion
Will be Known Saturday.
Fortress Monroe. Oct. 30. Tha deatin&tinn
of the great fleet is known at Old Point and oan
be safely revealed Saturday. One of the tuea
returned this morning. The vessel couldn't
stand the heavy weather outside the capes.
Philadelphia, Oct. 31. The loss bv the
burning of Craig's Mills la over $100,000, ol
which $25,000 is insured on the machinery, in
eluding $15,000 in the Etna Company of Hart
ford. Tne building contained two thousand six
hundred and sixty looms belonging to various
parties engaged on army flannelB. Two hun
dred opcrutives were thrown out of employ
ment. .-. . . .
for
Important from Missouri.
Important from Missouri. [Special to St. Louis Democrat.]
Jeffsrson Crrr, Oot. 31. The compromise
entered into by General Henderson and the
rebela in Calloway county, did not include the
bana ot robbers that plundered James S. Bil
lina' premises a few days since. That band will
be summarily dealt with. Other measures be
side the compromise have been taken bv Gene
ral Prentiss to preserve quiot in these turbulent
counties.
A detachment of Colonel Boomer's reciraent.
under Captain Koot, day before yesterday broke
up a small camp of rebels at Coats Prairie, cap
luring a lot of arms and their camp equippage.
Intelligence bas reached here that General Sieei
bad attacked and defeated Price's rear guard at
Bolivar, and took Rains a prisoner. This. how.
ever, can only be true in part, as General Sigel's
division was in Springfield Monday last. If a
fight has taken place at or near Bolivar, it must
ave been wttn some ot the lores beloucinit to
General Asboth's division.
General Prentiss has gone out from here on
another secret expedition.
Commercial News per the Europa.
Livibfool, Oot. 19. Cotton. The broker'
circular reports tbe sales during the week at
Ub.auu Dales; prices nave advanced d;
sales to speculators of S6.000 bales, exporters
11,000. Friday's sales 25,000 bales, clonics
ith still advancing tendency: 12,000 to specu
lators and exporters, Authorized Quotations
are, fair Orleans lld; middling do lid; fair
Mobile nia; middling do U1. Stock in
port estimated at 633,500 bales, oi which 350.-
000 are American. Advices from Manchester
favorable; prices still advancing.
Liverfool BaiADSTUFFS. Messrs. Richard
son, Spence & Co., report flour firm with an up
ward tendency; American -2633s. Wheat
firm and unchanged as compared with Tueoday,
but 6d higher on the week ; red western, lis 9d
(gutted; red southern, lsd13s; white
wee tern, 13s ; white southern, 13s 6d14s.
Corn still advancing 2i Cd3j higher In the
week ; mixed, 3-1 1 ; yellow, 34a Ci ; whits, 3Gs
33.
Liverfool Provisions. The same authorities
report beet quiet and unsteady. Pork dull and
unchanged. Bacon steady at 3Ss37a. Lard
dull at 48s50j.
Produce. Sugar buoyant, Gd higher. Cof
fee, sales small. Rice aotive, 6J higher,
f London Markets. Barings' circular reports
wheat buoyant and 12J higher. Flour firm
and Id higher for Philadelphia. Sugar quiet.
Coffee firm.
London Monet Market. The bullion in the
bank had decreased 246,000 pounds. Sales of
Illinois Central shares at 34 discount; Erie
shares at 24 discount; United States fives at
74 and do sixes at 80.
the
the
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LATEST VIA QUEENSTOWN.
Livxrfool, Oct. 20. Cotton sales yesterday
20,000 bales, matket closing buoyant with a
still advanoing tendency; quotations unchang
ed! speculators and exporters took 10,000
bales, i ...
London, Oct, 19. Coneols closed at 92 V
923 for money. Sales of Erie shares at 23(a
233; Illinois central at 38J discount.
NOTICE.
NICnOLAS HARRINGTON and DELILAH HAR
RINGTON, In the 8tatt of Kansas, will take no
tice that Robert Bums Griffin did,' on the 18th day of
Hay, A. D. IBiil , file hit petition in the Buperlor Court
of Franklin county, Ohio, against tht said Nicholas Har
rington, Delilah Harrington, Peter Harrington aod
others, letting forth, that the id Nicholas and Delilah
Harrington executed a mortgage to the taid R. B. Grif
fin on lot. Nos. 42 and 43 In tbt town ot Alton, Frank
lin county, Ohio, to secure tht payment of a note exe
cuted by aaid Nicholat and Peter Harrington to laid R.
B. Griffin, on the 6th day of January. 1H50, for tm 30,
payable two years after date, and praying that said mort
gage may be foreclosed, tht mortgaged premise, told,
and the proceed, applied to tbt payment of the said In
debtedness. Bald Nlcholai and Delilah Harrington art
notified that they are required to appear and tntwer
tali petill.n on or before the 3d .Saturday alter tha 2d
day of Decttnber, A. D. 1861.
I , . ., ,. WARDEN A PRE8EL, ,
" ' Att'y. for R. B. Griffin.
Oolumbui, 0., Oct. 19, 'CI 6wwvSddec)
JL
A.
o
oa
VEHY SI 1.1 H (trKIPED 4J1.01H
BIIAWLS, In new design, at $3 00 Value $i 00.
1.500 yard Buper Flaln Black Bilk at 91 00-Valu
1 ttayaid. .
French Mennut,!!),osnls Value 87 oil a yard. , -,.
a , v, 7SBl-value $1 00 a yard.
' '" , , BAIN As BOW, "
octKJ - . No. SB Boath High Street. '
UriNK MTJFFSi TI0T0K1NE8 and CUFFS we are
ir I aaw aslllng at very kw prtoet, also all othtr kind
Auhlonablt fan. FIVR BANE,
dootl. N. W loath High at.
at
of
COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
New York Market.
[REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, Oct. 31.
FLOUR Tha aiaikst h s.lraneed So par barrel
with bowe v'r only yery mo.ierate buiiueis doing for ex
port aod hoowi Aiukuuiptiou ; sals, of 1Q.4U0 hb's at
BS 203 S.'i t .f ivlrcled. SSiSGtSS 80 for auuerOnt slate
$5 75aiJ Ka I .r extra stale; $i eo fur tupei&us
Western: Bt ISfto M for common ti medlam exit well
srn; So UK$8 Vi for thippin brands extra rouna boip
Ohio; SO 15&6 SO for trade brand, do; market cloali
r.tliwr aulet. with holder, a little more riiiuoatd to teil
ise. Cuowllaa flour a .hails better with a mudereie In
qnlrv; .ties of DUO bblt at S3 55$3 (ill for u pel Hue
fa 73 ST au ror common to onoiee extra.- -KYK
FLOUR ulet and at S34 10.
OOKN HEAL Without ohanie to notice.
WHISKY lo fair rcqneit; talea of U0 but. al tt)
21b.
WHEAT lIc per buahel better, hat the demand I.
not very aotlvo at tut improvement; sales of 1B.S0O
bushels Ohlcano aprlne at SI ll S3; W.sllO bu.uelt
Bacioo prin at $1 SliSl Hi; 88,000 buihels Milwaukee
olub at kl mi !; U300 huthels Northweitern olob
at fl SI; 60U0 bUkheli Oanada clu1 at-SI 6; 87,100
bushels tmher Iowa at Bl Sul S7; 4ii,000 buahels
winter red Wa.tern at SI Sti&l 33; 88,000 buihela am'
berUlchiian alfl 37, the latter pries for very
choice; sa.iuu buanei. while western at Ol i(gi IS
and 33(H) bu.hell white Kentucky at $1 5W1 SO.
KY E Scarce and firm at 78Sijlo as to Quality .
BAULKY Without material ohaure; sale, of (000
bushel. Oanada But at GogMHa and 7000 buihels two
rowed state at 0b:.
OOKN Ila. advanced So per bashel, tha adranc
howerer materially checking tht demand; sale of
l,i:w.OO0 bu.hell at 61c for damasrd mixed WtaUrn
0:iflWi4) for good to prims .hipping do; 63c for cboioa do
in.tore; ti8c for Jeriey yellow.
OATB Quiet; sale at 3940o for Oanada; K84lc for
weatern and itate.
POJIK Oontinuei dull and heavy; lalet of 200 bbl.
at BI3 00415 30 for men; Bv 73S610 for prims.
BEEF More active, but prlcea are without decided
change; tales 13110 bbl. tt St 0U94 SO for prime; S5
S 50 for meti; $'i Viaiil SO for repacked mew; 1S 75
(913 30 flir extra men Prime aen beef Inactive.
DEKr IlAMcS-ln fair demand; aalet of 10 bbls
Western at lOo.
CUI JdBATil Dull; prlcea ftvor purohastrt; aalet
of shoulder at 4V5i! aod hamtatSWSWc.
BACON Quiet; we noUce aalet of 100 bbdt tmoked
ideaattn.'o.
LAKD Oontinuei ileadycd In fair demand; lalet of
o,o Dun ato4feyc.
BUTTER Kulei aulet and firm at F 3j1:o for Ohio
and liiX317o for itate;
UUKCHBDul at 4(370.
SUOAE Baw oontinuei qniot, butt' a market ireDi
rally It without Important chanae: aalet of 410 hbdt
Gubaat83&Xc; SUhhdt Porto Klco at e V9j-nfarly
an at me lniiue pricei, ana iuj boxet Havana at tf c.
lieflned iteady and unchanged.
AlOLASSKS llai been very aulet lince oar last, ow
ing to the flnnntit of holder.. Ouba Muacorado ia now
held at 30 Hc; Porto Rico at and New Or-
leamat ivsu'-'o.
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, Oct. 30.
FL0UB It rather inactive at S4 18 to 14 S3 for tup
erllne. The latter figure It rather extreme, and lome
or tht dealert regard (4 0 al the outtide for thlt qua!
ty.
WHEAT Had a rather tlow market to-dav. Pricei
(remain unchanged, and bolder! quits firm.
(JOHN wuiuot bring orertwc, Uia large way.
OATS Are tellinggtt 2flo, but are rather dull.
BARLEY Belli at SOo, lor strictly prima.
KYE It In lome demand at 4ito.
WHISKY-Sold readily at 14,'ic.
Commercial
Cleveland Market.
CLEVELAND, Oct. 30.
FT.OUli-Fjl'.'i of imall lott double extra red at
4 70, and white do at SS5 35.
WUBAT-Saiet of 1 car white at SI 00 on track;
1500 buthell from .tore at CI 03; Scan red at 94c on
track; 1 car do at 05c; 1100 bu.heli do afloat at 04o; and
10U0 buihels white afloat at St 03.
COHN Two cart told at 33c on track.
0AT8 Bale of 1 caratS4o.
KYE A .mall lot sold at 4Gc.
mUUWINBB Baleiof 27 bblt at lfi'.'c.
EOOS Selling at 133.
DRIED APPLES Are iteadv at Sc.
BUTTER Nice lott of new butter in crocks and
for city me, bring Vijc; good W. R. in ktiis lelli
readily at 10c. Oommou to good central It worth 8(3
9o.
LAUD Quiet anl iteady at 78c.
Ltader.
Notice.
Auguste Am.mda Arnliolli
.. t -
v..
Divorce.
Lcwl Art. holt.
THE DEFENDANT, LEWIS AKN.
holt, hi nntlAeil tlifct thA nlnlntifT. Allan. !A- Am.
"holt, on th5!hdayof October, A. D. 1861, filed In the
office ot tnauierk of the Court of Common Pleat of
Iranklin county, Ohio, ber petition for a divorce for two
cauiei: 1. That the defendmt Lewis it in prlion In the
Missouri penitentiary, under conviction and aentence
crime In violating the law of raid State. 3. That the
laid Lewit li and for the hut thrie yean and more hu
guilty of gron neglect of duty, as huiband of laid
petitioner, in neglecting to provide subiiitenea tor the
peUtioner and child. Prayer That tbe laid petitioner
may be divorced, and hare the custody of the child Fer
dinand, mentioned in the petition, and general prayer
equity.
fl. W. WABBOK,
Att'y for petitioner
octlC-aGw.
Notice.
A I I- PEHSiONSt ABE IIEREBV NO
. TIHKD that my wife, AIARV ANN, on the 88ih
day of September, A. l. leoi, left my bed and board
wnnoutjuit cauieor provocation, ana i nsreoy give no
that I will not be responsible for any debt con
traded by her.
0019-3 JOHN L0QAN.
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Jamci Clark et al.
Clark et al. )
vi. l
Decker et al . J
Common Fleas.
Daniel Decker
BY VIRTUE 09 AN ORDER OP SALE TO ME
directed, from IheConrt of Common Pleat of Frank
lin counly. Ohio, I will offer fcr tale at the door of tht
Court Bona in the city of Columbus, on
Saturday, the 16th day of November, A. D,
lobi,
atone o'clock P. M., Ihe following Jeiorlhed real eitats
In the county of Franklin and flute of Ohio, to
A part of ln-lot No. C39, In tha city of Common., be
ginning at a point on the South line of O.y atrect and
North line or said lot, a J reet a incnet weat rrom tht
Northeast oorner of said lot; running thence West on
aaid North lina of aaid lot 62 feet and S inchei;
thenoe South IM feet andS inchei to the South line of aaid
theucs Ent with said lino ti feet and 6 inches;
thence North u2 feet and 6 inchei to the place of begin
ning; beiug the Wett half of taidin-lotNo 039, leu 31
and 3 inches, heretofore conveyed to tht Trustee! of
First Colored Bspttst Church of Oolutnbui by Ham
uel Pike, by deed dated Feb'y 3d, 1841. being the lame
landi ordered to bo conveyed aa aforesaid to James Clark
Sarah H. Bailey, helrt of Samuel Clark, dee'd.
Appralied at SMO oo.
OEORQB W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff1,
and Matter Commu.ioLer.
Prlnter'i fee 0 00.
oclllul
Sheriff's Sale.
Wo. W. llicliatdi, OJn.)
n.
Jacob Fiodt.
Common Picas,
BV virtue of an order of tale to me directed, from the
Court ot Common Pleat of Franklin eountv, Ohio,
will oiler for sale at the door of tha Court House, In
city ot Oolumbns,
Oo Saturday, November IGih, A. D. 1SG1,
1 o'clock, P. M., the following described real estate,
wit:
Loti three (3), twonty-three f!3). nineteen (10). fifty.
(51), and fifty-five (55). in tha town of Rome, Prai
township, In tha county of Franklin, and Bute of
Ohio. Alio, do acres, mora or lest, a hlch aaid Jacob
Flodt bought of John W. Baker.
Appraised at Lot no. a, 3'.'3.oo
" " S3, 30 00
" 19, 850 00
51, SO 00
" " 55, S0OO
" 40 acrci at 88 00 per acre.
Q. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff.
By Ed. Davis, Deputy.,
Printer'sfees 111 00.
octll-td
EAGLE CRASS WORKS,
Coruer Spring' & Water St., '
OolumbtiB, Olxlo.
SWaaWBBaaaBBBBS
W. B. POTTS & CO.,
MAOHINiaTO,
Mauufiwtunra of Bra, and Composition OatUngi,
Finished Brasi Work of all Description!. .
Electro Plating and Gilding !
STENCIL CUTTINC, AC.
fti.l tl-dly . .
Master Commissioner's Sale..
Sale of Real Retate by order of Court.
W. M. Finch. )
vt. Superior Court of Franklin County
John Brown at al.)
TN purnaao of an order of tha Superior Oonrt of
rranann county, unto, made at the May term thereot,
D. IpCI, In tbe abort entitled acUon, there will be
tiered for tale, at public auction, to the highest bidder,
. .....
Saturday, the 30 ih day of Nor., A. D. 1861,
the hoar of 10 o'clock A.M., at the door of tht Court
nous, in tnt city or uoinmbui, In aaid rranaiin county,
tha followlnt real eaUte. to wit: '
Inlot nambsr 0 of Robert Netl'i addltloa to the el ty
Gotunbae, being tbo north-east coruer of Lookwia
turnplkt and Johnstown plank road. , - . .. k
Appraiedatl,3a(l.li0, . '. ," .. '-, .'
termi of sals, cash, , " " 11
i . ' " WAQEB BWATNE.
, , ' " Special Matter Commissioner.
S. At B. Chittenden, Attyt.
Printer', fees, SO. 10.
Oct. S3, ieei-td.
g
MILLIONS OF MONEY
For an Inch of Time!
WAS ONCE THE EXOLAITIATION OF
a dying Queen. That inch of time oan be proour-
.unpsc nim, ana many long years of
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
enjoyed by cou.olilpg Dr. KERRY WEATHER, who
is ouriog ins most obitlnats ind long standing dluate
wi lira uui.un, 11IIM', LtVKt&, K I UnBlB. BLAb.
DHR. 8T0MA0H RHKUMATHM DISKAaKa PBOD
SKIN DIBIA8KB, AND ALL
aaadWAAVMH VM A AA SB A 1 Bj AaU A A At
Facta are Bin M am Tblan-a!
Tie.r what the Philadelphia oorreipondent anyt in tht
IB50: "'.' oi April,
J.'A? InRl,h gentleman, formerly connected with tha
5.i nV?'' tDi "h0 'y'" n'mie" ho 'Indian
ration h... h. 1.1. .I.MI i ---,- p
uuvbuiu t uirBician naa or lata runtm .n . r.n-;. ......
i.V-. i caring an manner or com
plainti. Soma of h a n.tl.m. 1 k.
and they pronounce bit remediet and mods of treatment
as very luiierlor. flume km hn ..j .. i. u
gic 'I lie medicine ha mm la rfi.mi k. v.i
. -L,i i " POMng rare eu retire properties
tv bile sollog lo tne armv ha derniaii hia i.i.ii
ment. to a Ihorouuh studs of the affMta nMrfHMj k.
certain medicinal roott and herbi on all manner of dii
sates. It seems he hu found a lure and .needy reme
dy for all tbe '111. that flesh is hair m ui. ...n. i.
aircauy extensiTe ana 11 aall Innraaalna. In kMnM.
plamti lo which Pemtlet are rahjected, he has no equal
at a large number here bare testified that the nt
j uioir ureauni KOOQ netltn. but their fm. a Ihm
kill of thlt Indian Botanic Phiiloian."
Office 37 East State Street, Columbus.
augl?-d3m
VM. H. RESTIEAUX,
(3U00E8SOR tO UcKEE c RKSTIBATX)
No. IOC, South High Street,
OoILsTJTVIXJTjs,
SEALER IN
GROCERIES, PRODUCE
PROVISIONS
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
FLOUR, SALT, LIQUORS, ETC.
STORAGE & COMMISSION
Jiyis
REMOVAL.
WJLUAM H RESTIEAUX,
DEAL.EKJ1N
Groceries, " :
Produce,
Provisions,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Fruits, etc. etc.,
HAS REMOVED DI8 STORE FROM
NO. 34, NORTH HIGH STREET,
TO
No. 10G, South High Street;
The old. land recently occupied byWM. McDONALD
Ht Is la dally receipt of
NEW AND FRESH COODS
Which he will soli
Cbcap for Casta or Country Prodncc.
1CJ flood, delivered lo City traJi fret of charge .QI
lyia -
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Clark A. Co
vs.
retail
Common PIcn.
John M. Kinney
BT VIRTUE OP AN ORDER OF SALE TO MB
directed from the Court ot Oommon Pleas of Frank
lin county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at tha dour of the
Court House, in tha City of Columbus, on
Monday, the 25 lb. day of November, 1561,
at one o'clock, p. m., tha following described real ci
tato, tituate in tht oounty ol Franklin and Butt of Ohio,
to wit:
Lot No. 8. lubdivllloa of out-lot No. 39. In the citv
of Colambut
Appralied at 11800 00.
0. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff,
and Master Commissioner.
Printer's feel, St CO.
coiiiV-td
Sheriff's Sale.
John Eeanedy,
vt.
Common Pleat.
Jamet South
et al.)
O V VIRTUE Of AN ORDER OF S ALE
JD to ma dlrecttd from tht Court of Common Plrai of
Franklin county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at tbt door
of tna Court House, in tht cltyof Oolumbui, oa
Saturday, the 30th day of November, A. D.
1861,
at one o'olock P. M., tbo following described real
estate, situate In tha oounty of Franklin, Btato of
Ohio and city of Columbus, to wit: Tht east one-half of
tha following premliet, commencing onsV hundred and
aighty-four feet ( IW) west of the southeast oorner of out-
lot number ii) thirty-are, and being apart of said out
lot, at a stake, thenoa north on hundred and eighty-
seven and a half feet (167X) to a. .take, thence west
fifty-men feet (57) to a sUke, thence east fifty .even
feet (57) to Ih plsct of beginning, all of which lines
aod corners, cowerer.oiuit be understood as correspond-
log with those or tnt ttreett and alley, of tht city ot
Oolumbui aroretaid, Ming tht east ont-nalr of the above
described premises, and the lame, conveyed to tht laid
Jamet South by laid John Kennedy and wife by deed
ot even date herewith, . .
ADwaiaed at B27j.
Prinur's feet 10 00 8. W. HUFFMAN. Sheriff.
octS4-dltwtd By Ed. Davit, Deputy.
Legal Notice.
Charles Healh, PlaiatUT,
amimt
William T Jenntngt, Benjamin
Court of - Oommon
V. Kobin.on an Jamea T.
Pettui, Defendant, partners f
Pleas, Franklin Oo
Ohio.
doing business under tht firm
name of W. T. Jennings,
Pettui As Co.
THE DEFENDANTS WILE TAKE
notice that tht plaintiff, Charles Heath, did, oa the
ima day or October, a. D. Ibol, ill his petition In Uie
C lera's office of the Court of Common Pleat ia taid
oounty of Franklin. Tht prayer and object of which is
to recover of the said defendanU the sum of tlx hundred
and seventy-two 35-100 dollars, on a promissory note
executed by said defendant! on the intb day or Novem
ber, A. D. 1B57, in their Arm name, due aod payable six
months arter date.
Defendant! will faka notice that tbey are required to
answer ssid petition on the iiHth day of November. A. D.
lel, or said petition will be takta as true, and Judg
ment rendered accordingly.
Piinter'i feet. IS 75
JOHN at. PUQH.
' " Attorney for Plaintiff.
oetM-t. -1 . . j- - -. , ,
E. tVa'COLLISTER.
'Wkalesala ana He tat I Dealer la
TOBACCO, SNUFF & CIGARS.
! ' No. S3 imfth Street,
PIT SBURQHi Pv
' 1 -
Keep ooaatatitlf an hats 4 all ma v
rlaua BUANUlal
Inasoirtoca Olaaro.
: m (,.,- -
H r AETE8E THREAD LACE WITTS
ill of elegant oullUet for Ladies; also, Misaes' MUM
great var"" laia t
aura
Ague Gnra
roa tub avKEDT suaa or
liittrmitlitut Fever, or XVver and Auue.
Kemitteut Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb
Actio, Periodical Headache, or Ililioa-i
Headache, and Bilious Foveri, indeed
"for the whole clfti of dinrnses ovlifi
nuting hi biliary d. iaueaii;i.l, eau-'i d
by Um MalarU of .ntiAstnatie rouutrion
No one remedy i. loudor colUd fur by ,1
neceabuica of the American people than . ,y9
and safe curt- for l ever and Ague tiuuh
we are now- .nnbl.a to oifer, villi a .K-rfect
certainty that it ,il t-rndicute live discaw
and with aHsuranct. fminded on pi oof, that
v ,c"1 ttria" 4,u ,l3 y quau-
' Tlwtt wliich protHcto'from or piovenu thi
disorder must Lo of. imineuso wi viuo in th
communitie where it prevail, frnmtion U
better than cure, for the patient wcupe tho
risk which he must run in violent attacks of
this baleful distemper. This "Ci-ne" .
the miasmatic poison of Fever ami AatB
from tho system twd prevent the rlevi-W
ment of the disease, if taken on the first op.
proach of its premonitory symptoms, salt U
not only the bct remedy ever yet discovered
for this class of complaints, but also tho
chenpest. The largo quantity wo supply for
a dollnr brings it within the reach of every
body; and in bilious districts, where Fevkh
n aui'E prevails, tVuiy body should have it
and use it freely Lolh for cure and protection.
It is hoped this ririee will nl.ien it u-;M,i,. v,
reaeh of all the poor as well as the rich. A
great upcrioritT of this remwlw ova. sm
other ever discoverod for tho speedy and eor
tain cure of Intermittent is, that it contains
no Quinine or mineral, consequently it pro-
ucn iiu quinism or otner injurious oftects
whatever upon the constitution. Those cured
by it are left as healthy us if they had never
had the disease.
Fever and Ague in not alone tl.e fnn Baii 1 1 on na
of the miamattc poison. A m-rut vurint rf
disorders arie from its irritation, among which
are Neuruleia. Rheumatism.
Blindness, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asth
ma, I'ulpitauon, I'aiuful AfTection -.of the
Spleen, Hysterics, Pain in the Itowela. Colin.
Paralysis, and Deiuiigcment of the Stomach,
all of which, when oriEinatiiiB in this eu .
put on the intermittnnt type, or become period
ical. This "CinE" exiwls the poison from
tln Hood, and consequently cures them all
alike. It is an invuluablo protection to immi
grants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing in the mulurious districts. If tukeu
occasionally or daily while exposed lo the in
fection, that will be excreted irom the fl.vt.n.
and cannot accumulate in sufficient qiinit!iy
toriix;n into disease. Hence it ia even nw.n.
valuable for protection tliun cure, mid few v. ii
ever snfTer from Intermittent, if thrv nvail
thamsi Ives of the protection this remedv nf ,
fords.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
OR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A FAMILY PHYSIO,
are so composed that disease nitliin the i-intfc of
their nctimi pun rarely v. ithsuiul or rvurle thorn.
Their pci.cir.itin properties senrch, and cleanse.
ism. corretling its diseased nrti'm. and rcstminn
iU healthy vit.ililics. As a cnu'eiiiriuv of IhfMi.
proprrticr.. tl.c invalid v ho U Imwcd dum with
ain or physicnl tlebtlity is astonished to hud l.i;i
lealtli r,r rncrfry restored by u rcincrty at once so
unrplu anl mvinnz.
iot only do thev cure the cverv-rliiv cnmi.l.iir.i
of every ro'lv, lint tilso many fnrii.id.tl.l ..;i l
danpernus (Usra-irs. Tl:e nj'ent bdow n :tnrii is
pleased to furnish p-. tis my Americr-.n Ai:n:ii,a..,
noiilniiiing rertirirati'S nf their cures .ti,tt tlii cction-.
for lluir use in the follmrinz roinplainu : ...,' ,-
licit, Heartburn, llerwnrhc ariani; tr,m d';nnUr-M
mot-iocA, .Vt.im-a,Iti(li:r.-':C7i, Pain in hi 'I .l.'i .:
nailum oj the Hornets, Hutirfeitcy, Lmi of Appo
it", Jitrti.Jtce, and oll.ir kinth el cou.tiiaints.
arising finni a low state of Ihe hotly r t.lxtniciioii
of iis functiana. Thry arc nu etcelloiit ilierHtivt
for the renovation oi tl : '.'..ir.rl and the restora
tion of tone and stvi-itfjlh lo tiiu system dthilitntoi
ty disease.
Ay cr's. Cherry Pectoral,
ton the lurm ci:nr. or
Con?!., ColJa, Iii(lurn7n, IIo:trscner.
Croup, Bronrl.His, Incipient Cr)tinm:
.tion, and fur the relief of t'oii'.uiiiTive
Patient in. uilvauced blitses of the
disrnse.
So v.idc is Ihe field if in usefulness ami so nu
merous lire tl.e ea es of its cures, ili.it n;..,-st
every aecti. i country cUiundt in pcr.-on pcV
liclv known, v ;(.,. liavcfn.cn restored fmiu a!-vmir;;
ana even dc.- i iate Uieat' of the limps by irs
use. tV'iMH oiit-o tried, its ru " ri uity r c r:y
other medicine of its kind is too ii.iic'it to ei.i.j. a
observation, and where its virtues ar kr.ovni, tiii
public no lender hesitate what aiitid-ih- to tmp'.nv
for the distici-jing and daiipcrou?' .n"rt iim.s of t'ne
pulmoniiry oryiuis that arc in iJ r' enr tiinit.t' .
While many iufeiior renie:lir.i tlirnit upt.a tr
comnn.nity have failed and been dii(arii.J, t.:i
has sained fiicnds by every trial, cot ii rred bcntfi .
on trie aiii.cted llicy can never lcirt;i t, ann pro
duced nuos too numerous auJ too Kmii-kr.?.'!e to
be fortroiun.
rr.ErAriEP by
BR. J. C. AYT.il fc CO.
LOWELL, MASS.
Elegant lace Mantillas.
No. 29 South High St.,
HATl Just opened aa invoioa of vary large and
handsome
pusher, french, and chantilla
lace mantillas and pointes.
Wide French Laces for Shawls.
Very Deep Freneh Flouociug Laoea.
Real Thread, French, Cbantilla i Geoevese
VOELLS.
Valenciennes, Point de Gaze, Brussels
and Thread Laces and Collars,
VALENCIENNES TRIMMED H'DKFS,
MALTESE LACE COLLARS 4. SETS,
LINEN COLL IRS b CUFFS,
lu new Shapes,
PAPER COLLARS Sl CUFFS,
For traveling
PRICES TJNXTSTJAIalaY IjOW.
Traveling Dress Goods.
UOZAHBIQTJKS, POPUNB, SHIPHIRD'B OBSCK3
SILKS, FOIL SI CHSVR18,
LATKLLA8, BBO0H1 VALINCIAS, Ac Ao.
The belt and most fashionablt ttylei In tht city,
AT VERY JJOTV FIUCES.
BAIN A BON,
TO Booth Hlih Street.
Jt2l
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Frederick Iwishsr, Adm'r, Ac. a
vs. superior Oonrt.
John Brlnker et al. ' I
BT Tlrto. ot an order or aale to na direolsd frees (ht
Buperlor Court of franklin eoantr. Ohio. I will of
fer for tale at the door of tha Court Hoass in tht City of
Oolumbui, on
Saturday, the 2Gih day of Oot , A. D. 18CI,
at one o'olock P . St., tho folloainr real eafata, situate In
tna oounty oi rranaua ana state or vnio, to wit: One
hundred and tlx aorea off the east aod of tht following
tract or parcel of land, in seetioa 8. quarter , town
ship 10, rne Bl, Oonyrest hods (Matthews' tarrsy),
beglonin at the north we.t oorner of aaid srotloa, thsaos
math M 7-10 pokt lo a whiw aim from which it a beech
18 inofaf. in diameter, 8. 49 def . 1. 44 links, and twamp
white oak, SO Inohes, M. 44 dee., 1. M links, tlwnea
tutaOD 8-10 yolet to a post, sitaata from a bssca SO
Inches la diameter. N. AS def. W. ga links, aad suothsr '
beech St Inohes, B. MX dee W. U liokt. iheoo bv lands '
of tha helrt of Joha Smith, AeotaKd, orata 167 s-io
pole, so the tee. Uno oa the toffta side of taid eeotloa to
a stake, then cs west along the seeUon line to tha south
west oorner of said saotloa, thsnot north along Uw west
lino of said teetloa till It Internets the stid Srst aea-"
Uoned lias, the whole tract oonlalninf aoa haoOred ud
tight acres and ninety polsa. ,
Appraised at $ IS par acre. ' ' . " ' "
' frlnter'l feat, d. :
' : . V.BTJVFK1R.
I ' . . : BharlffandMaatstCoausiashNMr
' 0. L. Converse, att'y. .
sep3-td. . '
REPRIXANT OH WATEH-PKOOP
CLOAK CLOTHS. AIM, otlset aaska, of Spring
0 took 0 loth, In all dertrable mlxusras Hladlnra, tae- '
tall and Battont to Batch. BAIN at BON,
prill Ha. St Boatk High tiw

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