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. SUN PAY MOUSING, JtOV. . 1861.
Rail Road Time Table.
LirA Mum A? 0wmaoei Xbwi & ft,
4 ., Ji''lTM. v- Arrive.
Night Ipnss..i'.....W f 00 A. .EU
OtnotnoaU eoeumaiodatloa. 0: l A. M. "
ii.ru .' i m ? ) .? ?? ?v
i . I ..(, ,J WTV,
Coulees a Cui .
iiht BipM....'...."? A. ,
main & nimjn -'-'"" - r
11:15 P. II.
10:40 A. fct
Nv Yor aiapro... ...
7:M P. M
:M P. M
.sm - .;. f
n.,. a. a. ." .'-. -i
. . J. '..,.; 1 tt A. M." . il:SS A. H.
i'.. : '" .4'. W, 1. lu, AgeaU i
rIe floaiiasw ' .Oibodiiuti K. B.
Bipre. Train ll.iOA.ll. S.ttP.U
... .i r 3 r 1 r , i Joe. BoiimoR, Agtnt
Colombo 4c IireunoroLW. 1. B.
(Ootomoi Pw fc Isbuju B. B.)
.. ...... 8:00 A. M. . 19:00 M
No. 9 ............ 3:U0 P. at. 'v' 6:40 P. M.
-nub ,;,t ,Mvi.t .V.0. W. iHITa, Agent
l-r..', ic n n . , i ... i,
COLUMBUS POST OFFICE.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
BI1 fui.Heir Olty, Boiton, AHnr, Buffalo,
Pltuiiurgh, hlenbenrllU wy, Olereltnd, Cuiarrtllc,
Mwtrk, OnuiTlll, Wwhlngton City,- luitimo, Phil
dpLi and Mew OrUuM, eloM daily (8ntajrt timpV
td) at 8 o'clock p. ' ' ' """ ' " -
A through vail for Now Tork and 0lrrlan4 elOMt
dallj (Bundaja notptoA) a o'Oloek p. . .
O. 0. 4a O. . . WtOf UV oloaf aaiiy IDunoaja
aail a Q alalwlf m. m. .
bantnl Ohio Way UllalotaadUly (Bandaj t aicapled)
CtawhanaU WavJUUloi( dally (8undn eioepUd) at
iikim. DnhmiBal Dalawara. Ilarlon and Worthing-
to H .dally (buudaya ueoptcd) at o'olock
Ua'lit lorXenK Bprlogllalil, Daytoai Toledo, Cincin
nati, lodlanaptflia, i,onUTillo, 6l. Ionia, ao Datiolt,
.irM.. rf.iiv fMunii&vi axooDtcd) at 6 0 clock p u.
A through mill to Xenla, Bprtngflold and Olnrtnnali
alOKt dally (Dundayi axoepuxi) at iu o'clock .. .' . i
Drbana, Plqoa, Tiffin aod Union City Ball aloaaa dally
Bnndaya oxoeptad) at o'clook p.m. i . - . -Laooutor,
Logan, Nelaonvlila, OlraMTtlla, OhlllloothOj
Portanonth, Waihingum 0. Athani, Mariatta and
HlUaooronth Ball cloM dally (gondayt azotpted) at 8
clock ptm,1 i7-'f. '"
ait Way Mall by National Boad to ZaDaavUI Olotat
dally (8nndayanaapl)nHo'olook .. . '
atwitoHrgk klaUialoao dally (dandaye xceptad) at !
oo look D V
kt. Tamon ah, t iray of Wwrtwrlllaand Brndmiy,
oloaea dally (Sunoaya umpW) t o'olooa p. m. . -
DtfbUn Mall eloaei 4ally(8nndayi zoaptad)a. 8 o'olock
9 tueaala Way Mall aloaM dally (Baadayt amaptad) at
Mailt Now Torn, Boalon,
Albany, rtabnrgh,ClaTeland, Bayton, Toledo, Xenta,
Detroit, Bpringheld, OlnclnnaU, ObilUeothe, It. LooU,
and all Bouttiern Cltiea, arrlra batwaon the honra of
o'olock p-, and 4 o'clock a. au , ...
Mali! froaa lodlaAajqlla,0hlcm(0 and Dabaqoe srrrrt
at J:40 a. a- .. , . . .
MalU from Washington City, Baltimore, Whoeltng',
ZanoaTilla, Hewark, etenbenTllla, Mt. Tarnon, and to
0;J.R.B. Way Mall, arrW at 18 o'clock m. .
Wa Mall from Cincinnati arriraa at 8 o'clock p. n.
t u.- U-II . O A.lnil. n. m.
r Mail arriaee at 8 o'olock p
Baat Way, Mail arat the Natlo
Boad krrrea at l
o'clock a av.
XU, vafnoa way auuiarnT .,.
Mall tram 0akUn arelrea at 18 o'clock m. , ,
Crbana Way Mail arriTea at 9 o'clock p. m., , .
Uarrlabnrgk Mall artlroe at U o'olock a. m, ; . . .
I mir- Way Mali arrtwa at H o'clook m ' .
OlUoa delirary open tTary day (except Banday) rrom
7 o'clock a. d. to a o'clock p. m. Opes on Bnndaya
from 1H to 0 o'olock. In ttt mornlntV f4 ''oa 5 40 e
JOHN GRAHAM. P.M.
LOCAL MATTERS. CLEVELAND COLUMBUS, & CINCINNATI
LOCAL MATTERS. CLEVELAND COLUMBUS, & CINCINNATI RAIL ROAD COMPANY.
COLUMBUS, November 2d. 1861.
ElMTOK TDlUft SjAIWMalt:.,;: ;1. ,.tl,T w , ,
Vefr8ifi Orf tnd (tef Monday,' Nor. 4th,
ruieqti TnfaonMi CUviUui, Colambuo
& Ctn'cliinatt RlrbiTwin ran u follows: ";.
Night' Extern I wives Colambas t3ill a.
" "V"- ;rriy.. "l Coldmbai 1 30"av
" trriT-ftf o)umbtt t(-1:30 r. k.
1 VUID hiui
CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD.
OFFICE OF GENERAL TICKET AGENT.
COLUMBUS, Nov. 2. 1861.
L&dUor t)lv 0tfittman Oa and after Mon
da, the Ith'imt-V&nd until further notice, trains
upon this road will run as follows: ' .-. '. " .
LsTUnio" depot; at, i.!A.' M- 12:35 P, M.
(via Newark and Steubenrllle), and 3:20 P. M.
Returabg-trriVo atll) M. and 1:30 P. M.
All trains mak.0 connections with Pittsburgh
and east. " Yours, etc.. ,
JNO. W. BROWN.
Gen. Ticket Ag't.
J ;T0WBHir MlLtTAST ; OMMITTK
The following named gentlemen have been ad
ded to the. committee appointed for Mifflin
Township wi raising clothing coattlbutlons for
the soldiers" James Parks, Dr. C P. Landon,
Henry Ridenour, David Beers, jr.', 0 R, Tur-
eyyi .m.j. . i ...... . . . .
STGo to the WiNANT Bitxuao Room, day or
nlghUnd itpend a half hour pleasantly. "
ttTj.bsft'erJ1 ,ol six guns, with carriages,
ctissons and eretything complete, were ssnt on
Fttday to Camp.J)enni6oni.for Col.:BANrrr'
Fust AHlTlerv Rtgrment.-Tbie Regiment has
now Olght companies. : 1iaV'."...l,'Ck.
j-TM.eore'iq.ulpmeDt of arms and outfit were
alad' eev for five regiments- of infantry, vis:
MiTB j the 18th, Cof,"STANi,Eri
thai IJihiCol. JBiattt; thef 41st; Coli Hazeit,
and the tilst, Cok Mattkws. i'in. i : '
JouNs6i.'Ex TJV ' B. Marshal for 'the Northern
Distriot ot Ohio, died at his residence In Cleve-
iitkl bn'.hVjjiifleruoon'p the 31st
nltJ." aftia' an 'lllnB hf Mnnl W, Th.
Ptoiaitf'fariiUhs' the, 'following sketch of
fVSrl JohDsen6 was born1 Got. 7th, 1800. In
dfciensburgiBeavcr comity. Pa., and was there
fore 53 years oS'age at his death.' .In 1817 ho
removed so Wooster. Ohio, with his parents.
Ho represented tbo voters of Stark county in
the Ohio Legislature during the .sessions of
l83T3o and 1838-33.,;,Io 1847 be removed to
Toledo, Where he became oonneoted with una of
the city" banks as Cashier.' Purine; the admin
istration of , President Buchanan "Mr. Johnson
waS appointed Marshal of. .the Northern Dta
tiict of Ohio and took op his residence in Cleve
land.;. He has reoeotty beon: engaged in fur
nishlng i.tion to ReglinenfSj formin; la that
TiOlOUVV-. 'fi M ).! T it .- i -. T
Mr. Johnson" was a man of isro business
Qualifications' and, was' characterised by great
energy and; peissToranca jn, whatever be nn
WoMlitTAi GCNTLtMEH AMD $liruxt--
Yp will find at N, GoroitsRiMim's, No. 129
S(. High street, next door to the Goodale House,
a large and superior stock of ready-msde clotb
Island a like excellent stock of sloths to be
manufactured to order la the merohant tailoring
Jtpartment of bis establishment, Mr. R,
BjrDsxo,.'wbo,"snperinteod this ' deputment,
li p skillful cotter, whose ability and reputation
afford an ample guaranty that none bat the best
oC ?rli; lIlB)bsde under his inspection,'1;!
t Oureaders, military and otherwise, will find
lnoTh'elFadranfcgolo urcDajertt'elr clothing
rsaJyVadeV or leave their orders with Mr. GR
NsirixTwtt .'wh6 is an old and experienced mer
hAQt,oftaf olty, o4 Is enabled, from; the faci
tint h but bis goods for 4ash, to 'sell, at a
Tory lowifigore ' n-. ',-,Tu ' u
Remember' N. GuSDiumtiaia, No. 199 Bouth
High street. octl9-lmeod
[From the Ohio Statesman.]
Departure of Volunteers from Plain
Departure of Volunteers from Plain and Jefferson Township.
Ifa. Eorroti Wo had tbo pletmro attend
log tbo graadeet fettlrtl at Now Albany on tbo
9iat nit. mat wo woro over protect at. naay
tbo lit of NoTomber had been fixed upon for
tbo aepartnro lor Uamp ibomat or tbo Toiaa
tMro of Plata and Jefforoon townahipe; and tbo
oltlcona thereof wortanxlono to tender an ox
preealoi of the blsh reeard felt for thoie brare
neroeo wbo were on tbo ere of bidding adieu to
oomiortabie bomee. fatbari. motbero. orometi
Mtttra, lovera and frlenda. for tbo ourpoee ol
going forth to aielst In fighting thobattleo of
Qui wMntrv "' - - ' -' w '.'
A magnificent dinner wai prepared, and about
olx hundred people participated in diepotina; of
the rioh luxariee thereof. Bpeecbee, fall of
patrlottim and feeline. war made by the Rer
Mr. Taylor and Henry Albery, Eq. There
wae martial mnslo In ebundanoei and with tbo
marry fotoea of tbo fair maldeni of old Plain
and Jeffetaon tooheer the heart of the deepond-
log, all went off ae merry as merry need be.
Th erenlng waa spent at Mr. Wm. Headly'e,
where) many of the aoldlers and their 'sweet
hearts tripped "the light fantaetlo too,' while
Othere eooght their lorero and ifrlendi, and,
gathered in olnitera, wbiiea away me parting
tet haDDT honra. .......
: - . .,
Morning oame, ana wiia it too time tor ae-
parture. ' Mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers and
friend gathered around tboae youtbfat patriots
and heroes ( and while tbo hand of the soldier
wee held in effeotion's olasp, the intruaife tear,
1 notloed. ateal ne dowd Ke cheeks or the as
sembled oompany Indeed fpw.were the dry eyes
Toe dear ones of New Albany gathered la s
luster and sang the parting song. Mr. Allen
was called on for a parting address, which I giro
" Soldlers.oan Ton. will too suffer seo&ssIonT
Is there not on droo of the blood In yonr- vein
that flowed in those of the heroes Of 76 1 If
there be. guard well your rights they. hare
struck deep at the root of our flag) and unless
you rally around its standard and support it, it
must come down alter flourishing so many yeara
in peace. , Methinka I hear you exoiaiia witn
one rolce, wo lire fret or die.' -Then attend
well to your duty, and show yourselves defend
ers of law and liberty against anarcby and dee
potism. ' Lot It not pass unheeded by; for it is
no Action no Idle dream no romantlo idea,
but a sad reality that if the rebels triumph
our country falls. Your country oalls upon you
to bo aotlTS, and your fathers and mothers de
mand it of ion: and never let It bo said, that
you shrunk from your duty on the day of dan-
i After mucb cheering for the ladies oi f lain
and Jefferson, the Union and the soldiers, the
prooeseion, consisting of eight wagons, marched
off, the band playing the tune of '.'Tbo girl
I left bebind me.'! , All In all, it was a grand,
Imposing, yet, to many, a sorrowful ooc&ilon.
The good oeoolo of Plain and Jeffereoo will not
soon be forgotten by the twentyflro oIdiers who
left the town of New Albany on the 1st, and
neither will this herolo band bo forgo tun by
their Mends, for many wort tbo exolamations,
I will pray for yon!" . ;
Uod bleee tbo soldiers and the good people ot
The writer of the foregoing request! the city
papers to copy. , ,. ,?....... ,v s
tJT Tbo Secretary of ' War has authorised
Governor Dkmnisok Jo reqruit a company for
special duty In guarding prisoners of war con
fined at the department established near San
dusky. Lieut.. Colonel Hurrwaif will com.
mend, ..' .... w i-.r .ii., x.'
ST Colonel TATtoa'of Wooster, has been
appointed ; Lieutenant-Colonel J of the Thirty
eighth Ohio Regiment. . ' t.-'i ', ..
Sinu AociniNT. Tie JTJrbanS Cilittn and
QUt learns that the wife of the Hon. Sajiuil
BBiLLASitaia, member of Congress from the
Eighth District, met with a serious aooident at
her home in Springfleld, a few days since, by
falling down a stairway and breaking a thigh
bona and one or two ot her ribs.
Cranberries I Cranberries !
OA BBLH. OBAKBEKBIES. IK GOOD
OU ORSIK, on onignaent. '
wot aai low ny
J. t . WM
100 south nigh Street.
NBAS, TJNIOlf DBPOT,-
-ONB SOUAB PKR DAT.
'., :,t.,Ci J . ,
TJnlted State Express Co.
Via New Tork & Erie Kailroad,
And all other Roads Leading West
Obarteroi Oar ever moat Boad on Pauenger Trains,
M. H. HOVBT, Ag't. 1 -f A. I. KNISHT, Ag'f,
851 Broadway, N
Btat 8t., Boetoo
. WM. W. HRIY. SnaarlnteBdena. Bnffalo u
. ; H. FITCH ic.BOJt, Agenta.. ,, .
v i ,i; ; tl Weil Broad Street, v
'" ; '" 'ijpoLvmmt9moi
ep3t ri6!i j'il3(,ii.'k'
j. n. y . KCERrjER,
' Corner of Broad & Front Streets;
ya O O I. :JJM B TJ S, v:
CROCER1ES. : PRODUCE AND
- " PROVISIONS, ? -
rOREGN St, DOMESTIC, FRUITS,
- OYSIIMT tnH CAN t TllIIB BSA30N.
'oelSS-dly"' " "" "' .V.,
it. . ' ; ."ifw.'..ll. i, m, ......
LACELLE ROSS & CO.',
IMPOBTMB AJW DEA1IB8
Forcdgn and Domeitio frfceaV Brandies,
S ti. i. Uw,tM
(-' Vr .'"' ' Ui IMS V. N. I.
OLD RYE,' MONOTtfGAHELA & BOURBON,
WASlEOTn AHP OtnOa, S 8017TB HIGH IT
! - 9 " V till m
. .C0LXTEIBTJ9, OHIO. -7
seaSdiyls .: '(.
TALESfCIENES, MAtTESB POINT
Laee Oollaraand Sett. French, Pusher and Thread
Lace VI1S, (new pattern.)- ValencUnet, Thread and
Point Lao,' Embroidered Collar, Sett, Trimming and
Rklrta, io Barbae and Ooiffurw, Plaia Ltoeo Coilara,
1 Natt and Cuds, Embroidered Oeltar aad Oafs m bates,
BAIN ft SON,
Reported for the Ohio Statesman.
U'lionsduence of the wires belbff down be
iween Cleveland and Buffalo, we have do dis
patches from the east since Saturday1 morning
Gen. Halleck to be McClellan's
PICKETS ADVANCING DOWN
CLERKS REMOVED FROM TREASURY
Minnesota Preparing to Give the
Merrimac a Warm Reception!
GEN. PRICE AT NEOSHO.
PREPARING TO GIVE FREMONT
&c. &c. &c.
Washinoton, Nov. 1 A dinner, celebrating
General . MoClellan's assumption of the com
mand, was given him to-night by the Seoretarv
of State, at which all the members of the Cab
inet were present. Daring the evening General
McClellan was observed In his new dress, the
President being with him for several hours.
Tbo queetlon ol ueneral MoUlellan's succes
sor in command of tho army of the Potomac is
already under dircumloo. General Halleck Is
moot talked of. . ' " . 1
It Is understood the naval expedition is not
directly aimed at cities on or near the Southern
coast. . The troops will land at thinly settled
plaoes with spacious harbors, and will at- once
open cotton ports and establish a basis of ope
rniiuna tor me lorcea now muBierwg
Tbo following telegram waa received to-dav
the Peeident : .
SAN FRANCISCO, Tuesday Oct. 29.
To Abraham Lincoln California will send
for the remains of General Baker.
ROB'T J. STEVENS
ROB'T J. STEVENS W. B. TAZEWELL.
General Helnlzel man's pickets' continue fo
advance down tho Virginia shore...' They have
crossed the Occaquan. The pickets are very
Strong, one company ot each regiment being
constantly on that duty ;'
ni trace or rebels in any force bas been
seen In this direetion for two weeks? ' - -
Application has been made by the Colonels
some ot . the volunteer regiments lor
permission to recruit their regtmenti up to the
standard of the new regiments of regulars, au
thorised by recent sot of Congress, namely, two
thousand five hundred men. The applications
The scene at the Cabinet meeting to day was
very affecting on the occasion of the reading of
tne oorresponaence Detween secretary Uameron
and Gen. Scott.- The latter wept when the
President read td him the paper authorizing bis
Upon Gen. Scott's arrival at New York in a
few days he will Issue a parting address to the
Amerivan people. J xS. ij. .
Gen. MoClellan issued an order, which , bas
been sent to the Colonel 6f each regiment, stat
ing that Gen. Stone was in no Wise responsible
for the disaster at Edwards' Ferry, but the blame
belonged to a subordinate officer, whose name is
not mentioned. 1 "f ' 7 ' ' '.
To-day eeveral Clerks in the Treasury De
partment were removed, many of whom have
been suspected of disloyalty for some time.
Tbo Treasury Department Is making arrange
ments for the redemption of outstanding 13 per
cent Treasury notes Issued last winter.
From Fortress Monroe.
Nsw. Yoas:,' Nov." 2. Tho Times? Fortress
Monroe correspondent , writer thai as soon as
the roads were cleared the Minnesota moved
down to her bid anchorage preparatory to giving
the Merrimao a proper reoeption should she at
tempt to come out of Norfolk: as report says
she Intends to do on the first favorable night.'
' It is said should toe reoei tngate or iron olad
battery attempt to pass out the Minnesota will
not hesitate to lay olose along side of her and
board ber at all hazsirds.
The War in Missouri.
[Special to St. Louis Democrat.]
a prominent citizen of this ooantv reaobed home
yeeterday, direot from Gen. Prioe'e headquar
ters, tie leit tne reoei camp at neosno, ew
toa county, on . Wednesday, the 23d, where
Prlee and McCollooh had united tbeirlloroes,
makiog an army about thirty thousand strong.
trice baa received a large supply ot ciotntng,
medioines, etc, and some arms. Ilia rifled
oannon had not reaobed him, but they were ex
pected on Bandar night, under charge of Gen.
George B. Clark, who had.sent messengers for
ward to iDtroouce nia approacn. .....
The Legislature waa tn session at JNeoaho,
but it lacked (our of having a quorum. This
deficiency was ezpeoted soon to be made up by
the arrival 01 several memners, wnen it was
believed they would confirm Claib, Jackson's
declaration of independence. ' '. ' ' "
Frios sives out that be will stand at Neosho
and give Fremont battle, whom he fzpects o
easily defeat, and men marcn on sc. L.ouia, or
take up winter quarters somewhere in central
Missouri. ! " J ' 7 '; '
There are a number of rebel soldiers la How
ard, Chariton, Boon, and Randolph oounties
who It Is suspected will' endeavor to reach
Price's army, while others will doubtless remain
and keen up a svstem of plundering Union men
until they are driven out by Federal or. State
troops. .-."' '.."V' ' . 1 " V :fc
Union men in central jviisflouti, are growing
stronger since the attempt of the rebels ,to co
erce xuntocsy out or tne union, as won as
their own State, and now that the work of co
ercion is falriy Inaugurated, they stand or fall
by it, hoping and praying and fighting for tbe
ascendenoy 01 the stars and stripes, t. . . r
Commercial News per the Borussia.
LivsarooL, Oct. S3. Flour dull.- Wheat de
clining. Corn heavy at 9dla lower. Beef
active. - rorx quiet out steady. Bacon steady.
Lard quiet at 48su. 1 Tallow firmer and ad
The King and Queen of Prussia were enthu
siastically received at Santeeig, and in Berlin
an imperial patent orders mat taxes similar to
those collected last year be assessed throughout
Austria. , ...j
There is a great abundance of mooev in the
bank of England and on cnaoge, witn Indies
tioos of S continuance. lOnsois were quoted at
92aa for money and :6 tor acoaunt.
Uuued States fives had advanoeo, . . . v;
. . Tbe Gazette do Franee denies the statement
that a warm discussion had taken place between
M Persienv and M. Tbouvenal on the Italian
question. No difference of opinion exists be
tween these statesmen. '"''' '
.The Paris papers say the English Admiralty
has deoidrd upon plating the ships of was al
ready built, with iron. If the exoeriment suo-
ceeds England could have twenty such vessels
in one year. , Tho Admiralty bad also deter
mined on nameroos deieneive works in India
China, ths Red Bee. and at Malta '
The London Times says It Is evident In the
faoe M an toaliao or edit of 3.000.0UU sterUog
that diffloulty will bs experienced in remittances
to Iceland. ''. 1 .t 1 . .
u.On tho Paris bourse ran tea- ruled at 671 95o.
"In ths London market tbero ( great abnnd
ahceormonev. ionsois aa?ira92W5 for mon
evi 92.t for sosonntt United States S'S and
Illinois centm Katirosd snares have advanced
CINCINNATI, Nov. 1.
I The crodace market remains rsther bensalltd by th
man iretgnt rale. , . t
I'LOnai. ia, Mr riaae.t. The demand, however,
till iud on th lower araUti. QuoUtloue remain n-
cluuirad. Snperftna of food quality eeuipir at m w,
extra at 44 KS to ft and family at 84 50. fanoy
and referred branda of the laat aelllni IDS'iOc
abovi tho flgnre given.
WUHAT Mat rather an Indiserenl inarVet today
Seller! ailbere, though, to their old BBUree. Ked wi
luota at &Wtnr, white at 85 to 03o.
OOKtf Uu a ood market at idle . - '
0AI3 Are a trifle mo i firm, but do not set above
KYE Wai taken readily at 52o. It la held 2SJp
BAKLET Fled, amor regular market, and a ! of
choio wae made at o. trim U quoteu at dm inouu
low at any thing onr SOo. sr. V. . ,
tvuiBUY Sold freoiy at ic, jj 7 . ;. . m,
' Ml '. )' "IJ'I
CLEVELAND. Nov. 1.
WUKAT The only ealea wer 8 car white, aold on
'fih.r,.. .t a 1 im nn frank'. Barer offered 93o, while
holder demanded 95o. Zb want of veeaSl reetdete
purcliaeea. ' '" '" ' J ' ' ' " '
UUKM uuiet ( xuo. no aaiei.
OAT-Balee of 1 oar at 33s. 1- ' ? "'. "- :T1
HIOHWIN1S Baloaof SObbllttlCo.
Knnn. HtuHw at ln .
No aalea of other articles reported. Market generally
quiet and unchanged. , , , . . (
TO EVERY READER,
IT I an lodliputabl fact, that If any prrion wants one
of thoia aomforlabl ESQUIMAUX BKAVEH OVER
GOATS, be will uiually ftnd them In large quantities at
18 any pereon deslroua of owning oce of the late style
of RflAVKR OVKR COaTd. wt.h cape atiao!id,
don't break your beada to learn where tj Scd them, but
go to tn
, Oppoki.o the Stat Ilouie.
You will find them thet In all colore, kept by
- MARCUS CH1LDS.
DITI you never wear any ot the SILK MIXED CA8
8IMERK UIT8. which are aolrl at the Oanltal 01t
Arcade f Ruth In and yon will find them In piloa. at
YOU may alto be in want of PANTS and VESTS, and
there la but on establishment in th Woet when
Pant and Vast are to be had In all atrlpea. ahaoas.
atylea, quantities and qualities, and that place la the ,..
- (JAril At, Ulil AKUAUrJ. -
DON'T forget th iztenelv assortment of FURNIPR
INO U00C8, partlcuUrly in WOOLEN 8IUId,
which you can Snd in '-Red, white and blue," at tb
UArlTAL Ul 1 Y AKUAUrJ,
. ! , - f Superintended by Marcus uhlldi.
F yon wish to wear garments MADE TO OR.
, DEU, you can do no better than to co to the Mer
chant Tailoring Establishment, next to th Arcade, and
select your good, rrom a stock comprising all colors of
Beaver Cloths. Casslmeret. Bilk Velvet and Plush Vest
Inns, and yon will surely meet with a sood fit by nurehai.
slog at "...
, , ; MAKCU3 CHILDS'3.-
MILITARY GENTLE MEN, when, they 00m to this
city, aa straoiera, and l.h to sit a UNIVOKM. It
(.to their besi advantage to call at
Where a Urge assortment of BLUB CLOTH and other
article belonging to th equip. g of an officer can be
iuv at. Try muuenkvo fi.xw. t ' ai ' r j. , 1
jnauoriouiat , ...
Proprietor of that extensive basinets locality,
NO. 81, 23 and 25 HIGH STRF.I'.T,'
1 . Opposite the State Bouse.
baih;& stoii; ;
No. 29 South High Street,; Columbus,
ARI NOW Of PERINfJ 1 '; -
2000 yards Tiavolin Dreis Goods at 8X, value
12 K cents. .
2500 yards Traveling Dress Goods atl3X, va'ue 30 cts.
2000 yarda English Bawgee at 13, value 85 cent.
10O0 yarda Crouch Orgaodies at 1K, value 20 onts.
200Q yard Faat Oolored Lawna at 10, value IS eenta. ' '
IWIU yarda Vonlard Drew eilkaat 37 X, ralue 50 eenta. 1
1500 yard Super Plain Black 811k at It 00. value SI 29.
Robe of Organdie Be rage, and English, Berag, at on.
half their value. rf. o j.c.aiTj- ,
" -''! i-'l s ' ; ' BAIN St SON, u.u:
-JM -fia-Kird i 1 .s South High Streets
Elegant lace Mantillas.
33-a.I3NT JLj SOU,
No.' 29 Soutb High St.,
TTAVB Just opened an, Invoice ,of very , large, and
u nanuacmo . . ,.1 , .1 . ..-.
PUSHERr FRENCH, AND CHANTILLA
TLACE MANTILLAS AND P0INTE3. ';,"
Wide French Laces for . Shawls;
Very Deep' French Flounciug Laces. "
Real Thread, French, Chantilla & Genevese
Valenciennes, Point fie Gaze, Brussels
and Tnread Laees and Collars, -
VALENCIENNES TRIMMED H'DKFS, .
MALTESE. LACE COLLARS & SETS,
LINEN COLLARS & CUFFS, .
, : , In new Shapes,
' PAPER COLLARS i CUFFS,! :. ;'
1 .-.- : . .. - -.. ... For traveling
pricks xrrrrjsTTAT.T.Y iiow. :
Traveling: Dress Goods.
MOZAUBIQTJBS, POPLINS, SHEPHERD'S CHECKS
BILKS, POIL DB OHIVRES, 1
- LATELLA8, BBOOHB TALEROIAS, Ac. acc.
Ihe best and most fashionable styles in the city,' ' 1
AT VERY LOW PRICIS. ;
... ... v :- I.--J. -. BAIN ft SON,
I8t ''' :- !9 South High Street.-'
: Wboieeala and Retail Dealer in
TOBACCO, . SNUFF. & CIGARS;
.'. ;';N"o." .SO :mftrt.r3trixt.
RocjS 1 ,'oustantly on hand all the ra
' ; 4 riona BKAN os of .. ;' vf,
EA-OLE iJIlASS WORKS,
Corner Spring: Water SUe
a fcf 'M X ail,
W. B. H POTTS" & CO.,
tnd Manhfactnrer of Brass and Composition Oaetlnga
rinished Bras Work or all uesonptlon.
Electro Plating and ' Gilding
- STENCIL CUTTINC, iC.
Oysters IOystersi! !
0- 3.; WAG-NBR.
XT AS JUST RECEIVED. AND WILL
XX b in daily receipt, Ezprasa, of ' -....-
VUVtrk tUTI & KEG oybTErs::
r.-m n.ltlmor and Pair Hayen.''" 1 :Y-
Call at Wagner's OyaMrand Pralt Depot, No. SI East
Btatestreel. '--- .i.-.
f?1 ,.., !-, J ,
1 i 1 , 1 11 . .. . ' 1 'I' " I
ladies' linen Pocket-Handk'fi. '
r JEHl HIED STlTCnED LtKElSMAJip
XX kerchlefe vers wide hem. : .." '
Bmbroldered Linen Eandk'S alt prtce1. .' '"t. l-
VI .A atllMV.H an a nl.ln An An -MtM'.V
. ' do do ' ' colored border. . ' "' '
Hoarelng - - blaek-aontar
.... do do. 4, . ,wstylcroaHtehd.,
' Tin Apple dd . new pattern. ' ',,"
Miusi' Plain ana Hemmed Stitched do all price.
Oomprlalns th moat select ssorttarit )n th city
at lowest nnoes, , oAinm,cna,
I.1A.1 - WA WU HHa-tl ISIIfMt
MINK HtTTISi TIOTOI
bow i:n at vtry' low
VlCTORIKES andCtrfFS w
priot. auo all UMr
ITa, to9BtitBiga pt
BOOK; j: jott
1 IT . at a, 4 a. . t
Vr.iv og Increased Its already
n ji n ,n At,
Ja Ml' prepared t xcnt, !", - ,
MOST ELABORATE MANNER,
'i "1 1 0 .- 1
BILLS LAS INO, r-
' 1 -
1 LABELS, CARDS,
And erery description of f
t T r M Ty "V CX T
Equal to any Establishment In th 8tate, and npon
- terms which will eompare farorably with th
' leadlnj Eastern PrlnUnir House .'...'.:
Ilavina: every Facility to aid Us
, i is .
IN TBI PBOOCOtlON Of
..vt:- ' .
:. .1 SHOW
'. .1 ;..,.,,. i
W offer onr etrlec to all who may desire that laa
. -4 v; .. ... . .... ..
. . af work. -. ,
. -VC have aonnected with onr Katablishmtnt a -.
. . . . . . .... 1 .
v,i PLANK. BOOK. BINDERY
I 7 a' ui I v '
whl w prodnce the
.. c'l.'if'e:. - ..: 4no rrct: t., ',iijf.t
.. S. 02 .VAK
8IFE B EAU ROAJiBLABBOO
Is to MadraUted
i, . .S i tu. tBt i
.0 Ia73i.-itl cf 'Ti 1 Ji ej t
ai tHl MOST ,t U '
'.: " rrw3imst I. A
COMPLETE IN ', F1CILJTIES,
' ;...".,..'.', IIJI...,"W,!IJIS
'.' nrii 1 3". Unw c 'T
,s . ;!..-, -,, in TH KOT i o li,.
. .mm i'.n L.r -'1 .u-w'ai 41 ic
' PERFECT IN ORGANIZATION , 1,
.11 .i. ft -...,3 rJ(tn c -t wc. ttt.-r.-M.iu.'
Ia tbli City wo mny ftdd,'
WE WILL FAVORABLY. .COMPARE
Printing IIoae in the WeetiT "
- T ' " -PROPRntTOB.
".. BEOOaDrBWDEO BT THS LATE :'".'
SIR ASTLEY COORER,;
.. '.,) LOWWOW. . 1
DE. VALENTINE; IIOTT
.. . ... . . a. n voax. -
The aaknowUdlM Bead of the rrofeawton la StOMr
Tlia hMd TMnratla. Tonio. and InvifforanC The
rneet Xxtraot of the ITAJJLA-ET JUBUX&a
BBiaaY. The Porest and Moat Costly 61a Xs
- I .. ir ,. . '-. ul YT.-.x.. ot-..;
INDISPENSABLE TO FEMALES, ;
1NVAI iiari F TO "THE SICK.'- -i
v ' INCOMPARABLE FOR THE AGED.
4 :thk safest ard Mosr,". v
DELICIOUS BEVERAGE IN .THE' WORLD.
For Bala, FlnU tnd Qnarta, by awarw
Drogglut, grocer, or cototry Moro&ant.
l6ok our iob Boevt " ;'v
O N D O N G- I N SJ
TBUB ONLY QErTOINH ARTICLE IE" -
tHARLES' LONOON'CORDIAL SIN.
B.-BALDWIN & CO-i '
! r 1 Imrjorters. 01 Liberty St.
.TrtoleSat ana tl f Grocer. Sratesman Balldlag.
" " C A. WA"NJB.an oinera
BUIBA, ECKSTEIN A 00.,
, - ' - -" and other.
Ill I I J I .1 'U . I I I 7 , : . ....
FANCY DKESS ";
- PAKOT DBS8S SILKS, -
W an now s'nrlog oar lmmn (took of Paaey Dresa
Silk at prion lew than vai befor offend in till oily
th attaoUo 'Of th ladie of thla city aad TMnity a
allotted, a oar atock I vary Mlect aod eoaplet la all
grade of goods Is this lis. M ,r'i"V1"v1
bovM. He. N Boutli High street.
J1 "-.a.,j..,:-,r . r t T I " .J 7 J
MILLIONS OF MONEY
WAS ONCE TIIE EXCLAMATION OF
a dylna Oaean. That Inch of Urn oan b nroenr-
a much cheaper rat, aod many lone rears ot ... .
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS w . iv-
enjoyed byconsnltlnf Dr." MKRfttWEaTHER, who
I eurioi tn most obttlnaU and long st.ndlnc diieaie
f th LDNOS, HBaRT, LIVER, KIDNEYS, BLAD.
DIR. STOMACH RUEOMAT1SM DISEASES PECU
LIAR TO PEMALES, 8K1! DISEASES, AMD ALL
AIPI0TIONS OP IHB BVB AND BAB.
raota are Stukbara Tbiug;!
Hear what th Phlhtdelnhl oonmnondent la th.
"Onmmonweallh," Wilmington, Delaware, Oth of April,
"An InxUsh ftntleann, formerly oonnected with the
Brlil.h Army, tnd wbo Myle himself th 'Indian
Botanic Phyaician .' ha. of lata gained an extensive repu
tation her. by hi skill In carina; all maonerof com
plaint. ' Bom of hi patient I bat conversed with,
and they pronoanoe hi iemdit and mod of treatmtnt
a ry superior. Bom bar been reatored aa It by
magic. The medicine ha nsea la distilled by himself
from varlons herbo potseMlng rare enratir properttee.
'While acllof In tn am ha devoted hla falnra mo.
ment. to a Ihoiooah atady of th Sct Dtodaoed b
oertaio medicinal root aod berba on all manner of dic
tate, it aeeme De nae fnnnd a anr and speedy reme
dy for all th 111 that flash I heir to.' Hla nraetioa la
aircauy monaire ano aauy looraaaing. in tn com
plalnl to which Pemalra ar nhlctd. be ha na Moat
a a Urn namber br bar teettoed thai they w aol
oniy weir vreaent ooa oeaiin, but inelr I Ires, to th
uiioi uiamaiaa uotanie rnysiolan. , , ,
Office 37 East Stats Street, Colombns.
..M.ku DEALER IN
Groceries, 7 ' -t-'" '' '
r , , Produce, .. ,
, . -V.. , ' , Provisions,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors, ";
' Fruits, etc. etc.,
' """), HA8 RKUOTID HH STORE PROM '
NO. 34 NORTH HIGH STREET,
... No. 106, South High" Street, .
Th old stand recenlly occnpled byJWHt McDONALD
.... . , 1 .l ... ; ' j t...
He Is in dally receipt of - -
NEW AND jf'RESH COODS
"MH.rf. ti Which h will ell l' V 1 sIa ity
Ctaeap lorCaeli ot Conn try fjodace.
OSoad delivered to City trad free of charge. H
William tOl." CS-llli
And Seed Store,
' DEALER OH
HAILb, GLASS, AJJH, PPTTt, C0RDA9B,
Qaaii riaiale. XfoO.Sc Willow Ware,
thsracd Robber Beltlnf, Ic Lathr, Boa aad
CANADIAN UTHTED STATES MAIL
Iw J. !M r- AN4 FMOM , . ..
a . Liverpool, . Montreal, Quebec,,
Th Montreal Ooaan Steamahlp Company' ft rite laat
full-powered Olyde-bnllt Steamer sail every tiat
nrclap from PORTLAND, carrying th Canadian and
united ntace man ana paaaengen, -T
NORWEGIAN. NORTH AMBRIO AS,
NORTH BR1T031, HIBERNIAN,
CANADIAN, . T' NOVASOOTIAS. i
Shortest. cbeapest ahdQitlclicatCoii
AXXBICA TO AAtS OF KTT?0Pi. '
Rates ot jmsp ha Earopo.
Will aall from LIVEBPOOJ. awwdsvr Wedneaaar.
and from QUEBBO every. aurlKy, eallloi at
LONDONDERRY, to race It. oa board aud land alalia aod
Paeaengera, to and from Ireland aad Scotland.
JXJTheae Bteamera ar bailt otlroa. In w tor-tight
oompartmenta, carry aaoh me 4Prinod Barfeon, and
aeory attention la paio to uia canivn aoa aecommoaa-
tion or Daaaencera. oa tncy prooaea aireos to iiun wjh-
DKRT, th gieat risk and delay of calling at St. John's
la avoided. -- ' " -
Qlaagow paaeenrera ar rarniebad with no passage
tlcketa to ana team inaonaarry.
Return tiaket granttd at reduoed rate.
Certificate issued for earning to and brinirlogeat I
eengen from ail th pilnolpal town ofOrea. Britain and
Ireland, at reduced ratea, by this line of steamers, and
by th WASHINGTON LINE OP SAILINQ PACKETS,
Slgtkt Drafts for 1 and upwards par
able In England, lreiaud, Scv-
laud Wales. J f
for naaMira. annrv at th Offlc. S3 PftiOA D
WAY. Nert A writ, and. 10 WAl tlt '!'.
Liverpool, ... .. . 5 v s
- BABEt k BiAHLE, General Agents, "
Op to- ' J. R. ARiV?STRONC,
nolO-iydscW " Post Office, Columbus, Ohio.,
6 BEAT CD BE
18 THE ONLY KNOWN HEMEDY FOR
:V1,.-,,.,. -.V '"Qx ; -v -
Eheumatiim, Gout ; And - Neuralgia,
. h , .AB SojuOTJBI I0.;, ?t,!w..si l
All Mercurial Diseases.'
wit I a oonvenlently arranved Band, containing a med
tea ted aompound, to b worn a roand th Waist, without
injury to tn mot aitct pereon ; no enant m naoiia
of. llvin i. rea aired, aad It entirely reosva the die
as from th ayatem, without producing th Injurio.
effect aitllng rrom tn as M powanai unnu bmoi
eine, which weaken and deetroy th oonatttuiion, and
era temporary renei oaiyt bj uu..
nal properUsa oootatntd In th band mm In eontaot
with th blood and reacfi tn eiaeaaa, mnrugo in pore
of the akin, effecting in wry inaiaaoo a pwi our,
and restoring th parts aSiieleA to a healthy eondition.
Thla Band la a 1m a moatpowrral Amn-Maaocaua agent,
and will entirely rllevetheyta fioai ttupanueiou
ffotof Uercaxy. atoderat cae an eared In a few
im, aad we anttnetaatly receiving tUmallf iu
.iniminnlewol tool ataadini. .
Pauia B9.au. to be bad of Druggist generally, or a
be seat by aiaii r (zpreas, with foil direction for Be,
to any part of tb country, direot froaa tb Principal
Office,- . . . v.'t ' . '.j V-; i;-j
e Vo. 409 BB0AOW1T, Krv Yerk. ,
' G. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors." i
' H. S. Deaorlptiv Olrculars Bent Ire. ' '
A. I. SSerjELLER at BON, Daocetrr, Aatirra, No.
(77 B. High St., bet. friend and aloand, Coluubu., 0..
HJ" jaaxenas wanna jevwry watwrw.
mhS8-lylotItp.dw v -4 -
PmrrTF-n OTTomtAPt MErat-rv.
Plain Oitonaan Oloth.i - U
alantaaad Black Obeoa vaienaja?"; 'T
Broch Ronbaia Drew Ooodi . Mniv..
fill Blmrallii'l S"' Mi""3
Ooi Trail Hoop rklrts.'
II ft ..
.i.fi.l. 3,,-u a Corert. H.lr N.U, J
7.i u i piaid Merino. ' "
BAIK A S0,
oetlS He. 19 toath High Street.
Psrlfrrsnr Drsat. ; 1
ttrH(tlsea roar Velr..! .'.'.'
T H R OA T CONFECTIONS
GOOD FOR CLERQ YMEN.
': ,""r-' r. . " - .. ,.t
, .?..0I?,.F911 LEctOrers,
'w AlOOD FOR PUBLIC SPEAK ER,
GOOD FOR SINGERS, ,
GOOD FOR CONSUMPTIVES.
LADIES ARE PEL10HTXD WITH
t.I (. ,
''''"'' CHILDREN OHT POR ...
SPALDING'S THROAT C0NFECTION3 1
They relievo a Congh Ins'tanll) '
They clear tbe Throat.
Tbey giro strength and Toinme U the yoice.
They impart a ielicioas aroma to iiir oreath
They i t delightlol to' the taste.
They , are made of simple herb nod cannot
harm any one, : .. 1
: ' -, ' -' ' '
....... ' ' ' J
I adrls (Tory on who ha a Oongh or i ansky Vote
or a Bad Breata, or any dlfflcnlty of th Throat, to 1 I
package of my Throat OonfeoUons; they will rellrre
yon instantly, and yoa will agra with me that 'Ihey
0 right to th tpot" Toa will End then Try nsefn I
and pleuant while traTelrnfef attending publlo meet
Ing for stilling your Congh or allaying year thirst I f
yoa try on package, I aaa aaf. fat saying that yoa will
.Ter attanrards contlder them lodlenaabla.
Toa will And them at tt Draggteta and Dealer In
Hedlctnea. ' ' " . ..
. "i-PEIOB. '
Z TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. . '
My signature I on each package. All ether are
counterfeit. ' . ' ,
A package will be atnt by nail, prepaid, on receipt
Thirty Cents. 1
, , Henry C. Spalding,
' ,H0.' CEDAR STREET, '
... NEWT YORK.
By th as of the PHI tb periodic attack of A'r
eon or Bkk Btadae may be p reran ted; and If taken
at th aoiaaaaaoameBt ol aa attack Immediate relief from
pain and deknas will be obtained.
. They aeldoa tall In nmorlng the Awm and
acJu to which female ar so subject. ' -
Thy set gently apoa th bowel rwaoTtug OotUt
swsf. '. fi t) . ' (
Jot , LUtrary Mm, Bhtdmtt, Delicate Female
and all pnon of udmtary habit, they ar ralna
a a IttmaUm, imaroring ah appttiU, giving km
Otoor to th dlfeftlr ergaae, and natotlng th satai '
lastlclty and atreogth o( tb whol system. '" - -'
TH1 CEPHALIC PILLS ar m raaalt of lung Inn
ttgatloB and carefully r 00 nd noted expert men ta, aavwg
been la. as many years, during which tim they hiM
prrancad and reliared a nat amount ot pais and suffer)
Ing from Headache, whether originating m tbe mi'swen
syttem or from a deranged itata of tb Hcna&.
They an antirtly Tege table In their eoapotitioi., a.,
may b taken at 111 Omo with perfect aaiet; nlihoot
making any change of diet, and th abtme of ant
ditagntaNt tattt rtndtr tt any to adminU r lAam
BEWARE Of OOrJNTBdPBPTSI .
Th genuin bar fly signature of Henry U Spaldin.
aaehBeKl (. ,T'" ' 1
Bold by Droggbt and all other Dealer. In aladicln. .
A Box will b sent by mall, prepaid, on receipt of th
Xrioo, QO Oexxts. .
All order shooldba addreeaed to '' '
" - iiehKV C. 8PAI.DINO, '
f 4 r ' Cedar Street, New Vara.
from Am suaioa, Korfolk, Ta.
Cephalic Pill aococnpUah the bjet for which Ihey
wer mads, via.! Oar of haadach la all It foraaa.
i .' '' i
Prom th Examiner, Norfolk, TaT
They bar baea tested in mora than a thsoaand
with. nttr euocee.; , , i . . it i'Wj;
f pronlUrtDtmocrat.rH. Olobd, Mintt.J,, ...
"if yon are, or have been; troubled with'th hoaaVb.
send for a box, (Oephalio Pill,) to that row Buy bar.
themlnoa! anatiaok. .
:hr-; ,'Prom th A4rertier, ProTldanoe, A. I. , . ,
Tb Cephalic Pllla ar said to be a remarkably MTeotrv
remedy for th headache, and one of th vary bast for
that very frequent complaint. which., has vr beag ,
eovtnd. ; (: j ,
p r, from the Western R. B. Oaaette, Chicago, 111.
We heartily endorse Mr
Bpaaldlng, and hi unrivaled
Oephalio run. ,..'."
l i ifro ,v ! Eanawha Talley 8tar, Kanawha, Pa.
. W ar rare that pereon. anfferlnr with th headaoh .
Whstrei tsm,wtUaUok to them. ..rji; I -f jj j: ;
Prom th Boathen (alb Haiti, 6r!ean, La.
'' Try thwnl yo that are afflicted, and we are .jr. that
ponr tsstimoayeaa be added to lb already aameroo
Hat that baa received baneSte that no otber aaadtcin, oan
prod no, !, . ,'tivii
m....i.V: . t.V '.' . .. jt.-lT.li
Tt- - 'ro" th8t. Lools Demoorat. .
Th Immeoaa Smaaad for tb article .Cephalic Pllla
I rapidly Increasing.
..- -'-''- -'' r
: .!.- v'P" G"i Dvnport. Iowa,
If r. Bpaldlug would not connect hi nam witb aa ar
ttcle he did not twow to eoaaea real merit.
JJJA ainglS Out tie ot SPALDlNdl PaSPARMB
ttijua wweevaua qm HaaoaaaBBaauy.Kjr, v '
. SPAU)ING,S prepared olus;i ...
a spXldnq's p"repa&ed GLCS I
SPALDING'S PREPARED VtLVWt -
SATl THE PISOBSI
... f Hj"A grnea turn Bawa tamXH
Aaceldaa will haepea, eten aa well ngnleted famj
llias, it I vary aMlraOle to have om afaaap and eon j
vauMnl way for repairing Purnltur, Toy, Oraeawy .
. ' SPALDINQ'B PKBPABED SLUE .V ,'.
meat all suoh eaergenolea, and no hoaaahold etn aft nt
to be wlthoat It. It la always ready, and op to the .k
mavoint.' ' '-' ' i. a i
S , . . TJMf 01. VI 1TKKX HOUBl,' mA , ,,.
tU B.-A Bruh aeteaBiant aaoh kettle. t, n .,
et. .. rt 0. apitDlIta,' - ' -
t u lsUen . Ha. OS, Oadar Btreea, Bwr Ttn.u
,0AcnoVii i ., f
A eertata anprlaeiptol pron at attempUna t
rile on th na.ptiog public, imitation of sa
EBPA&BD 6LDB, I would caution all parsons Oil ,y
aanla befor parchaalnc, and aao tiint the full nana, .
1 ItT'SPALDltiU n PBBPAKEDOLUE,rii. "
la a (lie ooUWe wrapper! all Uier aiaswiudiug
tstMts. saw ,
"a. av jsr