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Rail Road Time Table.
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Night Burres. Via Peyton, :00 A.
U) . 9:3ttA, H.
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t'J ' ;; .ipt"moi !,
Night Bxr.s..VT....V . 4:00 A. ,.. J
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COLUHU MDUMMLM .
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(OotOMOi PNUA IKDUKA B. K.) r
No. 1 Express 8:W i. H. 13:00 M-
If') ?' V v 0. Jf. OwWi Ant.
LOCAL MATTERS.
FiiM-RnmBLi, so the ladles eey, bee" the
largeaf .and, finest assortment of Fart ! the
city. Who dare question whet the ladies eey .
Go iu mo for yQuMelve...., .-, , " , ,.
Mi. 1 1 i wmamnm i ...
GioiotTtfiMOM il dolnt Livery business "on
hit own book" oo State street, and also t the
old stand la the res? of the Geodele Home.
He It filing np for thi whiter, end will U no,l
provide for the eotnlort of hle.cnitomerfr j ?
BTtiiiiEiTOH, for a. long toe messenger
of Ade'tgii Express Company, and, .well known
la thlaelty,- fell dead In theitreet at Newark,
OB Monday afternoon
t- i
ST At two o'clock thia after noon, the exami,
nation Mt Riivin takes place before tt4 Mayor)
for stabbing Riri with a knlie n the left side,
io an altercation, oo Monday evening, and Inflict
Ing a aevere and dangerous woond. -
IT y'ufi.mnigi away team at
tacbed to a wagon oame fariontly down High
street from'the depot; bringing the wagon io
contaot with a buggy in. which Mrs. Gpvernor
DfNmsoN waaieated. She waa thrown oat of
the buggy bj1 the collision, but received do se
rioas hart. rTbe buggy was somewhat broken;
bat no other damage I of any1 conBtquence waa
done. ' " " ? ' , -' ' '
.-i'-
Miseocai TaiviuNO. Traveling In Missouri
mast be' a ilttle szcitl'og to a' nervous person
A genUeman, who was recently on the Hanoi,
bal and S. Joseph' Railroad, wrltee-'Tbe en
gine that brought us down the Missouri has
sixty-one bullet marks on her, and I am inform
ed of others bearing even more marks of rebel
bolleta.",;.
; t-'-
RisicNiD The Clnclonatl Press states that
on Monday last, General Mitchill sent his res
ignation U the ; Wtt bepartmeoti ,Tbe eaose
is supposed to be a disagreement between him
self and the superior officer of the Division
Gen. VT.,T-'Shmm.. '.. '' '
till' i"n ' " '
8bnt f A Foar LrTiTT. The following die
tlngulsbecl Veoesh 'prisonerV have, by order of
Gen. Mitchell, been sent from Camp Chase to
Fort Lafayette i Col.B. F. Stamton, Isaao Net
son, Tfloxkl Cabtkn, R. S.'TBOMAsand Gioiai
FoiiMTta. ' The ramof Is ' that they oonoocted
well laid plans for an escape from Camp Chase.
Th MiLiTiir Foitoi Ohio Has Now at 'Com
mand. According to'the certified reports re
turned to Aeaistant-Adjatant-General, Colonel
Rodnit Mason, there were, on November 1st,
27,305 enlisted men in the State of Ohio 20,
643 infantry, 6,674 cavalry, and 1,078 artillery.
In this enumeration are included the fire regi
ments ready to marcfi'"' '. . :
There is, therefore, new in Ohio the muster
ing material for twenty lull infantry regiments,
five cavalry and one artillery regiment, to be
added to the thirty-eight infantry regiments,
eleven batteries of artillery and seven compan
les of cavalry already in active service.
Hioh-Mindid! An English colony has let-
tied on Mount Ararat,, and actually established
a newspaper called "The Ararat Advertiser."
T. TS
T
Sons or- TUMrwuNc.. The Grand ; Division
of the Sons of Temperance of the State of
Ohio closed its annual session at Xenia on
Thursday evening,tct.'31.' During the session
over sixty offloers and soldiers belonging to the
Fourteenth ? Regiment, enoamped at Camp
Lowe, besides a number of citizens, were inl
tialed into the Order. The following . officers
were eleoted for the ensuing year : ,
ReviW, B. DIsbro, of Elyrla, G. W. P. (;
W. S.'Bnrns. of Mansfield, G, VV. A. . ,
H.V.'Horton.'of Cincinnati, G.S.' '
Dr. JI B. Thompson, of Colombns, O. T.
B. Kraser, of Masslllon, G, C. ' ;
A. B. F.'Ormsby, of Cleveland, p. S. . ,,.
.' MM , , '
Reduotiom of Waocs The Condaotore on
ths CincinnatL'Street Railroad have had.' their
wagee reduced to $35 a month, and the drivers
have been out down to $35. The latter declined
to stand. thesUve',&n& hrewt)ii their positions,
which were soon filled by others. ' -
FiDDLine and Ebitino-A masic teacher once
wrote M.'kthe" rf of 'flaying 6a the Vtolio re'
quires 'the nicest pereeptlorf and the most sen
sibility oifjany trt in the known world.'L.:Upon
which in' U6f;'o"omm'ehW ..Ifl'the : fQlIowisg
strain -.'The art of pabllshing dally newspa
per anlmaklflg it pay,' and at' the' same time
making ftjilease'ft erjbody.beaU fiddling high
er that e kite.'- mokii .( :!).' : -i.i
' '"i j ' ) tm 'f l' i ill' UN ' l UWf
PAMjjltfAfl .mi fiiwmHtr.r Ad Amnolno abiw
ii toldlpyjonilJabijque boy of-the 'ftwj
First" about the change which a certain pass
word nocle'rwenVabaut the time pf the battle
of 8prtogM4:t;'i ' '. Tr''.: Z?
One of th Dubuque officers, whoso duty it
was to' Airntsh' the gurad with a password for
man on guard, not understanding distinctly the
i n t.i . i a 1 i I
oinerenca omwwd hi i i ana r s, naenwoo
it to be"Bottoaie," and thla la being transfer
al m ftnnftia MiMni4B4 Ia HHnlMt1li H
Soon afterward the officer ..who had given the
word Wished te return through th linos, end,
apprvarcurup; ouuuoi, wn vrama w pan,
at.it hk Wirit rlimanrlMl. ' If a mnePAinmaii 't
"Nicht right yoe, don't pass rait mt die
aiD.iiVat U Vma mA I 111 tl i
AUUieutii lue nvmi miii a wiii ;ao.
"No, yod stan;? at the' earn time placing
a bayonet at hietoreastUi e manner that told
nr. umoer ina "rowmao" aian t pass in init-
eonrl. fj--' v: ; .:
tltVk.t la if., mnrtl. tlmnt" '"'rs 1 '
"Buttermilk oVrn on." d a i
II Wa.IT IWirt Rnttofmll. ilij Ait tl. ". ' 1I
Dat la, right; oowyot pass mit yourself all
! aarttiW nlvnciilfl "
sjsavuw i.vwi yiamwet . . ... . - ... ,,
There was then general overhauling of the
paeewora, uu u uiuruucy uiwccu uvuiukq
and Battermllk being understood, the joke b.
earn ooei4B4chable ioeidentavof the
i V x: -a e;. v v
irAVTvnnmTttn
AO LA OH ItlTTt
1?1 f legat qtteUM-ew
great vaMi
an .
r, M, UlaeM' Hltts
WAin.
COLUMBUS POST OFFICE.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
m. . , .
ha
BWAaVDItW.'t n ,
" KeJle for New Terk Olty, Boston, Albany, BnrTilo,
Pltubargh, SUuUnTllle way, Cleveland, CauavllY
Newark, Oranvlli, Waahlngtoa Oity, BalUmor, Phil,
delphte end MewOrlMa. lo daily (Bqndays opt
d)te o'oiook p. m. ; ,. i . .
A through mall for New (York and Cleveland e)ow
aliy(gandayas6epted)atI olook p. m. x
0. 0. at 0. B. B. Way Hall eloae dally (Banday etc
eepwd) at 8 S'elook p. mi , , ! , ,
. OontralOWoWay MeJlMedlly (goadaya excepted)
10 a'elook a. tn.
Olnclnnatt Way bUII Ska daily (8B4r'eireM) atf
"o'cloek a- m '' i "w"''
Ohlouo. Dnbnon. Delawar. Marlon anirrthlne-'
ton lUlli oloa dally (B,nndaira xoBld) aMi
p.m. i -a, ; . - -
alalia for Xanla, Springfield, Dayton, Toledo, Cincin
nati. IndianaiMlle. Iionlevlll. Bt. Louie, and Detroit,
eloaee dally (8andaT enepted) at 8 o'clook . m.
A through mail to Xenla, Bpringfleld and Olnolnnatl
eloeea dally (Bondayi excepted) at 10 o'clock a. m.
' Urban, Ptqaa, Tiffin and Union Oily mall eloae dally
(Banday excepted) at 8 'clook P. to. - "
Uocaater, Logan, Keteonvtlle, Olrolevlll, Oblllioothe,
Periemooth, Waehlngoa 0. H i Athene, lUrletta and
HllU)rou(h mall eloae daily (Banday excepted) at 8,
alork tl. ati- ...'". - '
But Way afall by National Boad to ZanasvUl (low
dally (Banday excepted) at 19 o'clock mr - .
rlanrtebarga autt ioe tny isanaaya excepiaa; av
0 oioalt p. m
lit. Vernon If all, by way of W elterrllie and Bnnbnry,
eloeee dally (gnnday exoepled) at g o'elook p.m. '."
"DnWln Hail oloee lally(Baadays xeeptd)at 8 o'clock
p. m.
Laacaeter Way If all elose dally (Bnndayt'Mreptcd) at
'"p--,
,
' : AWUVALR. . i
Hall front Haw York. Boaton. Philadelphia, Buffalo,
Alban. Plttabnnrh, Cleveland. Peyton, Toledo, Xenia,
Detroit. Borlnrnald. Cincinnati. Ghillloothe. Bt. Iionle,
and all Boathem cltlee, arriv between th hoar of $
o'oiook p.m. and A o'clock a. m.
Mai la from In4iaoapoll, Obicaga and fiabaqa arrive
at 3:40 a. m. ,.'.' - .
Malls from Waahlngton Oity. Baltimore, WMcung,
faneerllle, Newark, Btenbenvill, ati. Vernon and b
Q. it. H. way Mail, arrlv at H ciocx m.
War Mall I
I from Olnolnnatl arriv at Bo ol
t'olock p- m.
JianoMt! Mall arrive atB o'oiook p.
tut Way Mall mi th National.
toad arrives at II
,-uHigaa.A. ''n.MJrt.l.
Mt. Vernon Way Hall arrive at 11:00 a. a.JCo ,j -,1
Mall from Dublin arrlvM at IS o'clock
IJrbaaa Way Mall arrive at o'oiook p. au U1 tavih
Barrteborgh Mall arrive at 11 o'clock a. n.',
lanoaater Way Mall arrlv at 13 o'oiook m. .... ..
Offiot dallvtry open avery day (except Sunday) from
' o'clock a. m. to 8 o'olock n. m. Open on Oundaya
from 7X to 8 o'clock la th morning, nd from jj.to 8
i cioet in m evening.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. JOHN GRAHAM, P. M.
-1 I
,'1S I
INTERESTING
TO EVERY READER.
T Is an lndlipntablt fact, that If nr ptraon wtnti en
ot tboM eomfortabl K8QUIHADX BB AVBB OVB E
OOAT8.U will aioaUj And Ihem in Una qnutttlM at
. . '
I any Mitoa dntroni of owning as of the late atari
ot BaAVJCR OVB& COATS, wllh Mp atuohad,
don't break roar Bads to team wher to Dnd Uum, bat
10 . : i til
..i Opposite the State Bovas. , u.,
Toe will find them that In all colon, ktpt bj .- , o
: MARCUS CHILD3.
DTi
,10 yon never wear any t UmBTXK UIXKD OA8
1 8IHKRH BUIIH. which an sold it th Capital Oity
Arotxk? Boahla and yon will find thm in pile, ati -
MAKCUa CUJLLUa'B.
Y
00 may alw b In want of PANT8 and TISTS. and
tbr ia Mt on iMliaaBeni in in nnt woar
Pute
tylot,
and Vaata r to ba had In all atrlpaa. ahapea,
i, quantitiea and qnalltlea, and that plaoe I tb
1 UAf ITAli jIIX
D
lOM'T foraat th ntcnalT aasortment of FURNIFIt-
INO GOODS, nartieatorly In WOObBN BllIaxB.
whloh yoa era Snd In "Bed, wblt and blna,'.' at th "
j ' 'UAniAli UITI AltlAUK,
' t . IntiMlnfMiifMl Urn tTw.tt AMMdi T
V yon wlih to wear garment MADE TO OK.
. DKHi yon can do no bettor than to go to th Mer
antlallorini BaUbllahmenU next to th Aroadand
aalaot yonr gooda from a atook oomprialog all colors of
warn uiotn. uaaaunar, eiia vaivatana riuan veai
Inge,
and you will annly meet with a good ut by purchas
alng
a
' MARCUS CHILDS'S. ;
LLITART OINTLSMEIf, whan they eome to thla
e tv. a attannra. and wiah to eel UNirUKM. It
to their best adrantag to call at
.MA RCU3 CHILDS'S; "
Wher a lana aaaortment of BLUB CLOTH and other
article belonging to th tqulpag of an oSlnr an ba
had i
at vary moderate pn ..a-'.. .tt-hvw"i,-
inbort call at ' -- '". -f . -.v. ; t-,-o
Llarcus Childs's
r
Proprietor of that extenilva buelnea locality, .
NO. 21, 28 etna 25 HIGH STREET, '
Oppoait th State Hon. '
octt7-dCia ;
Cranberries I Cranberries!
OA BBCiM. ORATfBEKHIES, IIT GOOD
O" OEDBB, on cpnilgnment, , , , , ,..
loraalelowby ..... !'.
, WM. H. EE8TIBATJX,
oetfiS " 106 BouthBLgh Street.
1861. J : ' 1 lOGl
GREAT WESTERN
-DISPATCltlH
5
rjmited Stauei xprea
Co. Prp're.
FAST FREIGHT LINE,
Via New York & Erie Railroad, 7
And all other Roads Leading: West
and Southwest, i
. i-1 ' ' 'i : . I t .4 !.,.-.
Chartered Oars ever moat Koada on Paeatnger Train.
. n. hoviy, ig't, I a. i. mianT, g't,
SSI Broadway, N. T. 9S State St., Boaton.
WMi H. PKBEV, Buperlntendent, Buffalo. .
II. FITCH cV BOIf , Affento I -;
8T Wet Broad Street, '
, , COaLUITIBUS-OHIO.
Colnraks Wholesale Liqoor Store
. 1 LACELLE ROSS & CO., .
COMMISSION ;;MERCHiro,;
, ii . ' - ' if i .. K-im iri
Foreign and Domeatio Winea, Brandiei,
' . .... l' '. .(U" It K.l'Ill V I ,. Jrf
fce Ito. AtBO,
OLD RYE,. MONONGAHELA & BOURBON
f.v.'-:.W;f?!8,Sv j..i-3 it..
WARBHOTJBB AND OFFICE, 224 SOUTH HIGH BT.,
i i COLUMBUS, OHIO.
sb-vji;
(pBdlyt
WM. Hi RESTiEAUX,
(BU001BBOB TO UcKIB ItESTKAUX)
C M :,;. .1 . . . a.
fionth v HightStreet,!
,.it:w f iv:: tf.k"ii mi ' -.1., . ...?me
C R O C E Rl t 8, P R O D U C E
' . 1 f-'" n t tr c I 4 w eq-"
i . i , nwwwWBW-
: 5") .n'.'j d.- o' l.-f.-vj wiif li
rwj. jih
l-"U(
Foreim.tinci'jJoffiesuo'iriiite,
l?LOUR, 9 A LTi' LIQUORS, ETC-
' STORACE eV COMMISSION
"' lii . 1 'MM. 1 . . ' ' , . "
-ti
hi
I. trOJiVltN Blkll Hint'B, ii.ni i ,
ani.nnM BILL B1IIRTB. . .. '
The ne.Hee f thee ahlrt are new. In Bod I, t ok,
else re and bonom are formed to flt tn eon with mm
tad comfort. Th mark pon ea en deelfnating k
at may b Nil on a beinf orrect, and ack ehlet l
guana we wu mad.
0DUnUy for i at .
(nil ataekof all
BAIN'S, wl
1 . . W Bth Blah rM
nova.
Gents- lneii Shirt XJollart,
HTJPEBIOB fftTAtiTTCT-f OAR
J KOTB
I, Btaaaing, Jtyron, fereifrnay, uenrrew an
bape.- rleaaiBMd Feeket llandlavrehleh.'Iteck
that
ice, Btocket BtrMt and MrenlBg lvniet Italf Uoaf
every kind, Underfennavt aa4 all hind of Sent' far
ntthlng flood I great variety and at moderate price.
in at nun, .
MM
V. tt loath High street.
TELEGRAPHIC.
TELEGRAPHIC. Reported for the Ohio Statesman.
THE REBELLION!
THE REBELLION! GLORIOUS NEWS FROM GEN.
ROSECRANS.
RUMORED RESIGNATION OF GEN,
BEAUREGARD.
BEAUREGARD. FREMONT SUPERSEDED BY
HUNTER.
Great Excitement!
OFFICERS THREATEN TO RESIGN
Whole Companies Lay Down
Whole Companies Lay Down their Arms.
THE ENEMY ADVANCING.
A Battle Hourly Expected!
A DEMOCRATIC MAYOR ELECTED IN
DETROIT.
From Washington.
[Herald's Dispatch.]
Nor. 4 The Wat Departmeot
reoelved a dlspateh late thia evening (rom Gen.
Eoeecrana, stating that Geo. Floyd bad made an
attack upon him, bnt he had repulsed biro with
great loss. -i ; !
, Gen. Roeecrans farther states that one officer,
with a pretty large force, had got In the rear of
Floyd, and the presumption was that Floyd and
his entire command would be surrounded and
captured.l'''i.i 1 :: -'('l: , Js'MJ u
Gen. McClellan has been occupied to day in
ascertaining the strength, condition and disposi
tion of the army of the United States, the com
mand, of which so suddenly devolved upon mm.
He has called on the War Department for a
statement of the whole number of men, and
where posted; the total estimate of material,
and how distribpted. .He will be occupied sev
eral daya in systematizing and' arranging theBe
matters, so that the burden of the management
of military affairs may be safely confided to the
Adjutant-General's office, and afford the Gen
eral an opportunity to devote his atteoiion spe
cially to the affairs of the army of the Potomac,
under his Immediate
[Tribune's Dispatch.]
r The Resolute, which arrived .at :WasbJnston
last night, reports that several ot our soldiers
have been wounded by the shot and shells Irom
the batteries at Snipping Point; ..' 4
ia By order or tne war mpartment tne rrovost
Marehaf of Alexandria has been directed to
suspend the exeroise of. the civil functions he
has recently performed, and to dismiss all the
Oivil cases of whloh he has taken- cognisance;'
.In the Supreme" Conrryeftmlay the distin
guished member of Perfiatoent and Queen's
Council, Mr. Edwin James, was admitted to the
New York bar: - It is understood that he In
tends to make this oity his home, -r- . ".
Government -has contracted with parties in
Philadelphia lor the constrection of an iron
clad steamship,, and-the keel., bas been laid.
The vessel will be 240 feet longi- 7$ feet beam,
and 30 feet depth of hold, And armed with six
teen of the largest rifled nanoon,; '
[World's Dispatch.]
The freshet In the Potomab Ji W great tbe
Lone Bridge baa been impassable torttay, beiue
overflowed. The water it subsiding to night.
Notwithstanding the late terrific rain storm,
th roads in Virginia' to-day were in excellent
w. j:i:hm i i . w: . . ....... u - ii .
UUUUlkUlu- ;.:0 o - rurt t; ell). " : f!ru .v.
f Government stores laying in warehouses on
the wharves here suffered a good deal." '
[To the Associated Press.]
WaBHiHOTON, Novi 5 An official, telegram
received to-day states Floyd's force- ia seven
thousand strong, and that Gang. Benham's and
Sohenck's brigades were following him on ; (be
Th dltpatcfai is extremely hopeful of a bril
liant victory, and toe prospect is cbeerltrg.
Another telceram from Cleveland Ittet1 bight
states that the Kanawha boat just passed Mays
vllle, and reported that General Roseorans bad
repulsed Floyd, and at last secount Gens. Ben
bam and Schenck had cot in bis rear and it was
thought that Floyd's lorce would be captured
bytbem.' .: -
The steamer' Mount Vernon' has returned
from the flotilla; and reports the condition of
affairs down the rotomao unchanged- . :
Major General Halleck, of California, bas ar
rived here. . He was introduced to the President
to-dav bv uen. AioUeiian. , .... v.
It appears- from, the otfiolal statement that
theamoirot of the drafts upon the Treasury
last momn was 9iv,auu,uuu, ot whicQ
000 ware drawn from New York. The una vail
ablebollion fund Is 4902,i00. - The total bal'
ance to the credit of the United States Treasury
in the States now under insurrectionary control
is stated at Xb.&uu.uuu, ana alter making a de
duction for the unavailable, gives the available
balance 4,&uu,uuu.;'v ,; ... . . .
News form the Great Expedition—
Rumored Resignation of Beauregard.
araxi-Al. ,t-J.". t oi" Ihii., l ... Oi' e ."..i.
FosTiiea Monrok. Nov. 4. At abont 'three
o'clock this afternoon the steamer Mooticello,
from the blockading fleet off Savannah, arrived,
and reported she passed the whole fleet. Satur
day mgnt wiuun inirty miles oi nun uay. i ue
storm bad nearly abated, and ber eflicera have
no doubt tbat they entered bull Bay early sum
day morning and landed within twenty-five
miles or Charleston..' ims point oi tne coast
Is but silently fortified. . i. . . , . , - it
: Tbe Norfolk papers, of Monday, say the des
tination of the fleet la kndwn to be Port Royrtl,
which Is sixty miles soutn or juuu liny.: ,,,,,
Sixty contrabands oame into the tortreas ana
fleet on Monday. They report that many of the
troops have been withdrawn Irom Ureat uetuei,
Yorktown and the vicinity of Norfolk, but don't
know where they have gone. . ,-:i- (: in,
Passengert by flag ot truce, saw no Informa
tion trtd been received at Norfolk relative1 to
the fleet at ten o'olock Monday morning.'
"Tne Uayuoog.oi JNorioik, mentions a ru
mor tbat Gen ". Beauregard bad resigned,' and
also publishes a dispatch from Richmond men
tioning a similar rumor there. . .
' urn ' ' ' i i i r."
Further about the Battle at Gauley
Bridge.
Cincinnati, Nov. ' 6-Thls afternoon tbe
Timei has some particulars of tho late fight at
Oanloy Bridge. . aril flit -1 Mi
t The engagemenr was not general Dattie,
bnt a rather warm skirmish, In which the enemy
were repulsed with great loss. v - i
The aotion commenced by th rebels, who
opened two batteries on our lines near Ganley
Brtaee: ont tnonen tne nring continuea an nay,
little or no damage waa done, not one man be
inf killed, .'... ... n ( .rjgii
Late In th day our artillery was broncbt to
bear, and the rebel fire was soon silenced. A
train was fired upon about the same time, eoe
mile np tbe river, and three men wounaed, but
none killed.'
0 Friday nleht Benham'r. brieada mofsd
dowat th river . to - Gauley bridge, and ferried
aoross on a flat boat which the rebels bad pre
viously sunk. " He moved along tbe base of the
mu npon wmcn tne rebel batteries naa been
planted. Intending to ko down as far as Loi
Crtekt three or four mile below, where- there
is a gap in tne mountains and a road leading n
,ua rear v. . wuwi am rfDais r ncampoa. M
' mmmmmm--mmmmMmmMMmHmmri t,wj
1t,r
St. Johns' N.' F..'Not. . Pirtteenhtfe
again oommenced catting the telegraph line.
li was cut Sunday twenty-llv miles, apd again
yesteraaj. , ., r- -j- s ;j , .. a .,, r
. There baa been more rloimr at Tf arhnr CnnA
On ;pellema was killed an other . badly
'Almali-tjr-irar'tiai gone ther.'M ietact.:
ment ol troops will follow.
General Hunter Supersedes General
General Hunter Supersedes General Frement--Great Excitement---The
Enemy Encamped at Wilson's Creek
--A Battle Hourly Expected.
SraiNOriitD, Nov. 3.-Yesterday small bodies
of the enemy come within' twelf miles of us.
The news was reoelved 6t the approach (if their
advance twentv-eieht hundred .strong. - Pre-
pararations were making to go out and ' attack
them, when General Fremont received the un-
eonditional order from .Washington relieving
htm at once from, bis command, bimmtane
ouslv oame the newsoaDers announcing the fact.
The intelligence BDread like wildfire through
the camps and created indescribable excitement
and indignation. Great numbers of ofliuurs sig
nified their Intention to resign, at once, and
tnanv comnanles.laid down tbeir arms, declar
ing they would fight under no one but Fremont.
in uencrai spent mucn oi tne afternoon ex
postulating with the office re i and urging .ther
by their patriotism and tbeir personal regard
foe him not to. abandon- tberpost4iH;also
rssaea tne louowing isreweit oruer to me
:.
HEADQUARTERS WESTERN DEPARTMENT,
SPRINGFIELD, Mo., Nov. 2, 1861.
V Sdldiers of the' Mississippi Arlby: ''Agree.
bly to orders tbls'aajfjreeeived, I. takd leave ,6$
you. Although our army bas been ot suaaen
growth, wo bare grown up together, and 1 have
become familiar with the brave and gerwrons
spirits which you bring to the - defense of your
country, and which make me anticipate for yon
a brilliant career. Oontlnne as you: have .be
gun, and five to my successor the wiiua cordial
and ettbhusiaatio . support witbi which -yoa '.have
encouraged met"1 Emniate tntr flpiondia' exam
ple which you bave already before Jon', knd'.l.el
me remain, as I am, proud of the nob),, army
which i bad thus far labored t bring itogether.
Soldiers. I regret to leave yoa Most siircere-
ly I thank you for the regard and confidence
you nave invariaoty buuwu to me. i ucepiy re
gret that I shall not have tbe honor to lead yon
'i i. ! ii ' t a :i -
to tne victory which you are Just about to win;
but I claim to share with you in tbe joy of ev
ery triumph, and I trust always to be fraternal
remembered in armr J
C. FREMONT,
Major General U. A.
- . .
Tlio feeling ran. intensely hlgh'dnring tbe
wbuilaof last evening and there wash, ffleetlbc
alniost'e'Verywberc. The Various bands sere
naded the General, and wherever . he appeared
be was greeted with cheers, though after notify
ing General Hunter, as his order directed,,
had no loger command over tbe troops, .,-, ,. a
f lie spent several hours la making a personal
examination of the grounds about tbe city, to be
prepare! lor Dattie, ana .in accordance witb a
written request from all the Brigadier-Generals
here he remained through the night to lead the
army in case of attack. ' '
-AH tbe troops slept on fbeir arms, many of
ficers remained up all night and ait .attack was
nouny expeoted, but otnmg more, occurred
tban tho firing on our pickets on two different
roads. -'"' '
Tbe enemy are now encamped on the old Wil-
eonlcreek.battle ground. . v .; - i. ..; - :
.Gen. Fremont is prepared tc leave for St.
Louis and will go as soon as Gen. Pone arrives,
who has been pent forward and will tk com
mand till Gen. Hunter gets hare. ; -. . -k .
Universal - gloom prevails throughout -the
camps."" ; , ".' ..'."'... ji" .';.,V, ' j
, A battte!, will . undoubtedly bceur erelong.
Our .troops will meet the enemy firmly, but they
are disheartened, and have JoeHheir. entbu
nlaamV -- -."J ' " " -
-- " . .14 i ! .. . Him. .1,7 a. .
The body guard, who could not have been in
duced to remain, and who will now disband, as
the terms Of their enlistment permit, accompa
ny Gen. Ftomont, and also bis entire stud, in
cluding Gen. Anbotb, Commander of the Firnt
Division."! .t" t:-. ri.-t
Gen. Fremont will Befmit" no- demODBtratiori
from the troopsoti his dopartaro.
Massachusetts Election
Boston.', Nov.: 5. Votes' 'In fifty two cities
and towns foot'- up as follows: Andrew, 18,381:
Davis, 9,211. Additional towns show a major
ity for Andrew of about two to one.
One Democrat is probably elected 'tor f he
Senate from Bpaton, Tbe Legislature! strong
ly Kepubucftu.;, ice chief interest was in Burl
lngam's eld District,; where Sam. Hookery Re
publican, is elected over G..' B. Upton, Demo
crat, by nine '.hundred majority. - Charles G.
Lorlng, of Boston, and CiX-Uovernor Clifford of.
New Bedford, are elected to the Senate on the
Republican ticket. ,,'V u,'ufiZi1,iT
Detroit, Nov. 5. At the Municipal election
to-day Wm. C. Doncan, Unioq Democrat, was
eleoted Mayor . ' ;
i , a . ,
.' New Yoik, Nov. 5. Tho bark Honduras re
ports seeing at daylight on the Si lost, between
Cape Fear add Charleston a large fleet of Naval
vedele oonsistine of small steamers and two
large ships. The wind had abated." " -
. ... t . ..mi . w .
Philadilphu, Nov. 5 The screw gtin boat
Florida, one of tbe naval expedition, bas return
ed to the navy yard disabled' She left the el
peditlon on Friday night off Cape Fear, ' She
reports mat tne neet eucuunierea a neavy gate
soon after, leaving IlamptoiW i.But . U died out
On Wednesday and again revived on Thursday,
ffom the Wntneasf. Or Thursday fifght the
machinery of the Florida was disabled, but nDt
seriously, and can be repaired in three days,
when she will resume ber voyage. She had no
troops on board. ; ;
Arrival of the Persia.
Nsw York, Oct." 5. The steamship Persia,
witb three days later advices from' Europe, has
arrived, bringing nearly ia,uug pounds in spe
cie.! . :.iiA - '
- Russell's latest letter to the Times, dated
Oot, 10th, says persons of weight and influence
were again urging on the President the necessi
ty of an advance for political reasons ,
- The Liverpool . Post says Capt. Simmesi of
the pirate Sumter, who arrived in Liverpool by
the, Edinburgh, shipped tn New York as Capt.
gurmister of the! Royal Navj.,?,;-',.1 .
- Th London Shipping Gaaetto, thinks the ae
feat by the Confederates of the Squadron block
ading New' Orleans, will render jtt' scaroely pos
sible to tnaloUln oven ft semblance Qf a l?lock
atle'of the prineipal Southern porta., '".ot r .
Paris papers announced that Eogland, France
and Spain had .arrivod at a, complete under--standing
relative to Mexico. - The Convention
will be signed in eight daya and the expedition
start the beginning ef November;' ' '
T"he French' financial', accoun3, "are rather
tnbre satisfaotorv. The drain on the bank bad
subsided. The Bourse advanced to 68 i 20o.
The Pans Steele urges the adoption ot mess
nres to get cotton from Amerioa. !.:.: t
. Teas at Canton are tcnaing up, nut uncnang-
ed at Shanghai. K' - ''' "" '
' Livirpool, Friday,. Oot. 85. i lour easier put
dull. Wheat declined 23J. Corn quiet and
drooping; mixed 22s 9j33s. Beef dull and
unchanged. Pork quiet and steady-'- Bacon
steady and unchanged. Lurd firm Tallow ac
tive at an advance ot letglS oa. ongar ami,
and 9d lower. , Coffee firm. Rice firm. Lln-
BWU Uli Uiuivi. a
London. Oat. 25, Brcadstutu nrm duv quiet.
Coffee firm. Sugar easier. Kice active, lea
firm; comtdOii'Congon Vifti- i Jt.rl snare vo
Illinois uentrai ootfflJ'. :r"":;.:
LATEST.
r not U6 Cotton
Kalnai nrlfiM firmer but uncnanffeo." Hpecul
aw v ana vva ,
trtmilnnk- 1II.IIUU naies. ureituuiuua uteauT nu
unchanged; sales-small. Proyinions. dull, but
iinnhanvpd. r'tec't SI""
o . i . nm nn A a-.-
LONDON. Uct. KO. consols -B-MWVdM. tor
- ' - , . H -
- fla:'hotl'24ittoa--sU- of-ih- week
2450 bales. Orleans. .Stoclr, ori,,lvindi-163A0TO
bale. ...
There! were rep&ws ot eerioos aistutnaoces w
Riiaiii" hut biev were unfounded. - A
Affa ra In folana were nncoaBReavinao
, . ' . . , . . IT,.
-1, u.nrt nAnttniiAit nlAAiail.
' Th oncnine of the Spanish Cortes bad been
postponed till tbe 8th of Nov., en account of
the death of the Qoeen'a daughter.' . -.
cHairrarHtK vnr.
i-mtdi cnrnrnBiit."
I f i nr. : i,id
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FiNE & CHITTENDEN,
tbUNSELLORS AT LAW
BO 7vfvii. otroot,
I TI.
(Offlce f City Jndget
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'11 I .:..s'.I fVri f urmliabs
taiuii.
f I s aa vw.--.Jj ft. V. SiriitA
am:
lit
nu.l. J.maa trimnlAf 1. Tr 4iarliiP.limrt;dD .11
'J bMaa. H. B. Pavne. Oleveland, 0. Vl
Bon. H. H, Hunter, Lancaster, w
nort-tiin
LATEST. COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
New York Market.
[REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
[REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] NEW YORK, Nov. 5
OOTTOirMarki!tii!l'T(rriJf Mil Weo bi'ei Jh U
Middling Uplaod. vHi U ii fa &Jti "H
FLOUB The mariei towJr fm medarate
bnslrcie doing lor'hnme trwle and cooiumption. Selee
of Sl.OW'bajto:! iJfcS-5:-) for )ijecs.j MC
5 60 tot (u -ari"ifi iUSS "75 for-eXr Mate;
S 5115 60 for auperOne weiterni 5 65(fli5 W for
common tp oediwm-eeitrafWa-tern ti ivmi V" 'or tHr .
ping , hrt-ra.aad'aup OWo; aa.lOttV3& foe
tTadebranda do. JUatket clonnz rather, ouiet. Cana
dian fiour.it. ahtUe eaaler, with only modr-rate de
toit. i Hal't i!9 barren at ( u3U oti rr uiei
"Ot&tib lot oxi ro men to cholo (xtrfe.t 1
, HYJS LOUR--rlxtr, qnlet-and-eteaily $864 ; u
Z OUKN MBAL ftalet and notstnelly nnchnoged.
WHISKI Without lniporlnl.chpe!. tnee Slip Mik
atSiOo. .
wnKATrjhoeflairreaipni ana omennit-uum
voranlejiccannta Irom jsurone fpenea nne i 10 lower,
with nretlv fair bniineae dolnit for export at the dellne.
Salee 16,000 baehela choice Unloagp aprlo at SI 1W3JI tut;
lo.OUO buehela weeiern club at a I SOX: 1500 bnib Ba-
clne rprlnt at tlilOSl 81; 102.000 baih Mtiiraulie clotrl
at L man w. ai.uou Amber lowa at si xan i;
53,200 buab Canadianclnbat l22(l 34; bitter price for
very cftolc! K,VU9 Sain red aut at SI WWI su; oj.vuo
bnsh winter red weeter at l 2Sk4,l J3 18 WO blteb
Atnbr!Miebl)ta atel 331 UjuO common wfall Indiana
ati 3K(3l a.)! 4wj Ijuih wait nenuiciryat MIAiX.,
1 .1 A-u. . .1 L . 1 .. .,, ' 1 mi ..13. IB L - ' ' '
AV,VUU DVUHQIW JUICUlgHU l A W'311 in.
KVK-Scarce and flnni aalee of 4500 biubeIC'nd(an
and itate at l81c'. - J.....- ...T ., .
DAHLKlf Without material ebann: aale of S.000
buehela at 05c for atate, and 7U3I7U0 lor Canadian weat
ern. ,- --i. .!: !! - 1ri --. j "1
CORN Opened ateady and oloaetl a ahad aalr.' with
a' moderate demand for export and hem consumption)
ale of 132,000 buehela at 61o for unsound mixed weet-
erri; o263e' for ahipplDK do. Jloelnr at loakla price:
63c fbr western yellow; 64crfor. mixed, weilern; ti4o for
.AAA In AhnlM An ' ' I
' OAHS More aotlvei sale at 40c for Canada, and 41o
forwuetern and atate.' !. i.J .. 'O-t ( i )J i1-
' PORK ateady and firm; aalea or 10O barrela at i5
IS 75 for mm, an9 f 7 79 10 forsrlme. - i
BBK? OoDllnuei nulel; aalea iUO barrels at .44 SO
for country prime; 55 50 for mees; 115&3(W for
repacked mess, and-113 50 for extr meae.i Priaiemess
Beer Inactive, mm ,.-.h..ir.,- ,. .
BeBV HAMrlnnP1(r'ta'eln,'t! Mle' errIt
sstern al We'. ' .w-i
CDf WKAl'3-Very quietwi(hjmallsak-at.4Jif 5j
for shoulder, and 5a for hams 3 I . ' J .J
BACON Oontinueaeleadv With fair demand. 5 '
I LABD-Unchaniied. with aalea of lOUObarrcle st8K
BUTTER Btlll rules firm wttn a lairuusiness uoioi? at
ilS ISc for Ohio, and ViySSWc for state.
'OrJKKSH Dnll at 4d7cA 1 , -
i COFfEK Rio ia inactirrlutfirl vary firm; aales
r ivu package at loe.i - . jr;. ;C:i:.'..':
' nivx Bominaiiy nnciumgeu,
1 SCGAR--Rw cobllaues firm' at for faiP to
rood Mfined; aalea f SOU hOKtbeads Cub at 7KiUX;
610 boxes Havana at "He.
' nuLASsuB uuiet; tails wi ncaianii ia van Bare-
a tnir-. s . - - - . -.(
uoee aio'j.Mc.
1 TALLOW Continue arm; sales ot 10.0C0 tuns prim
western at 9o , ., ' 'bni 'M
'HOPS Quiet and anclianeed; small salts to brewers
at lil29 for new.w ,i,. :i ii cnll
h
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, Nov. 5.
rLOUa TJ hewa from England and New
fork, war dull and heavy, though there wf a fair in
quiry from Ui city bakers and dealera and some from
Pittabnrgb, the latter Induoed by the rls lo lb river,
and a fair business waa done, though price were about
So easier on th higher grades. There wae not much
snperlln oOering. which may he quoted st 4 153)4 VO;
extra sold at ft SJ5S4 3S, and family and fancy at 84 40
WilKAt Dlif not "undergo any changes-red 8(V386!!.'
and white 809(. ' Ther was fine ouaines eon, fi
OOKN Ruled at 9Nc.
' OATS Virmcr, and price (hade hlgher. closing at
KYK '1S.S. . ,
- BAHLUY frregulart th rang being '45Wo,1 in
eome cas prin-e fall was held at 5'ic,
W1HBKY Waa In active demand as 1434c. -- " '
VHOVIHIONS Hardly atrythlng den in provisions.
and price an little better than nominal, at 44Xo 'or
shoulder bacon. 5Sic for sides, and. 0;i C-OXo for
clear aides. Bulk is offered at30c, and meiaporkat
A lot of 500 hogs sold from the hooks to day att S3 10.
This ia the first sal on th spot, And- therefor may be
regarded the opening price Thee mm boogut, last
winter at and undemtanil the contract waa com
promised ut $3 i!3, and subsequently the hogs sold as
abovs atated. There waia general expression of sur
prise among the trade, at the courage displayed by the
packer who bought, i Thictlme last year It was regarded
rather, vnturesotue to KV to 67? 00; thi yea It II
considered positively reckless to pay (3 10,
1 OKOUliKlalS intli grocery mart,there waf not
much change; there was mors demand' for sugar, but
very little for ooffecand molsea; there ia,- howvor,
fair jobbing business doigg. ti
ww-va v-f r",' y
Cleveland Market.
CLEVELAND, Nov. 4.
FLOU K sales tu bbi) red aonnie extra'at t 10.
W11KAT Dull.. Bale lb.OOU bush red free on boatd
at 93c j 10 car do at same on track; 2000 bush from ator
at 04o; S oats white at Uoo on track, and 1 do at 1 00.
Ihe market closea very uevy,
utlivn no eaies. j -
OATS Quiet at 23c . , , . r
HIGHWINICB Bal small lot at 15c. 5 ! I -tH
BUTTER Sales 23 flrkim common at 7c, and 400 lbs
ChoIctHo. --- ) ic- !..' 'ii' ,!j!JEaei eifw
KGG3 Worth 14a. ' . -u.' ji . ! ,i.r -t ir-il
'" I yt d.,xftjh if 1- -lAUavfor. w
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CANADIAN ft UNITED STATES MAIL
! ' "STEAMEES'Sl'
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LONDONDERRY,: GLASGOW.
. Liverpool, MontTeat-Qnebe,;"
-.t ftnrl o. i j - c i.a .
tiU . J W W ft mm -mm. a p 1SS..a
The Montreal Ocean Steamship Company a flrst-oluia .
full-powered Glyde-hntlt Steamer sail tvery Sat
urday from VOKIIjAND, carrying lie Canadian and
Cnltcd State Hail and paascngera,",,',.,;, rt .
NOBWIGIAN.i NORTH AMBRIOJLt?,-
BOHEMIAN,-"- J t., vo AN01iO-BAXON,; u.r ;:
NORTU BRITON, HIBERNIAN, 7-h f
OAMAPIAiS,i , CJ tt tN0A8QOTJUA.r;ia!if
Sbprteata fjUeape! andUnekct Con
f I oiasaio tfviu. .
AMEBICA TO ALL PAET8 OF EUBOPI.
' j Rates ot Passage to Kurope j,j ;
... - SJ30, 6rJ, SSO.
Will sail from LIVERPOOL every Wedner.ay,
and from QUE BKO every 8aiUrdayalllne;kt
LONDONDKHUa', to receive on board and land Mails and
Passengers, to and from Ireland and Scotland.' i- '
irPlhese nteamera ar Milt ot Iron, in watcr-tlsnt
compartment, carry each an experienced Sargeon, and
very attenuon paio to toe comron ana accommoda
tion ot paasoBgerBi -f Aa they proceed direct to I ONDON-
DKKx, th gtcMfuk tea aewy oi caning at Bt. John'
la avoided. i''-; '
elaxrow pasaenirer are nimlahed with ran patsatte
ticket to and fromJondondTryv -v rjA-y
Retnra ticket KrJtH4atnouaei rate. . ,vj.
Oertiflcatea Issued for carryin to and hrlnirlnrout pas
sengers from all the principal townf Oreat Britain and
Ireland, at reiiuren rate, ny im una or steamers, ana
by the WA8UXMJION LINE Of IA1UNQ fAUKEXB,
leavlug Lirerpooi every weea.r -; i jj i. t j
Sight Drafts for 1 and, upwards pay
il r.naianti, ireiana, scet-
Ireland. tc
.: land or Wales-,
.hi ifer i
for panaira,
apply' af tlie1 Offlco. 23 RIcOAt).
WAY, New kork, and 19 WATER ST..
Amy ne
A.ivcrpooi--ii t ri i rrWMtxar:
SABEIi k BEASLBa, Oeneral Agent. blr.
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONG
nolfl lydaw 1 os OtBot. OolnmbutvOhlC
ANTIPEUMATlCBANDi
EteimatlsmF,,,0oUt.;aAia;riyfidral8:ia,
trHlo. Jl' '; .--. a!i. ' c--rr i-it( r.
rl., A,l a ngniuiJjJSfuU!1A,,sa
All' Mercuriiu viseasesaf
-..,,t-'i i. ii mi i i .i m?; y
It I a eonvenlantlv arranired Band, tontalntnca
rated aomuottnd, to bt worn a round Uie WaisW wilhoat
Injury to lit most delicate persons; ne ehang la -habit
of, llvln Is reaulred. and II entirely remove th oia-
ras from the 6;'ta, without producing. In njurlou
ctfecta arising trow the os or powerful internal medi
cine, whteh weake and destroy th coottttotton assd
ilra temnoranr ntwi only, jot son ireaiuncn, in mea-
klnal propertle oontatned in th Bn.nd eome I oentaot
erith Hi blood and reach th diaaOA,tbiaagh Die po res
of the sbJn, effect irar In emr; tmtaDjee perfect ear,
and reatorlnc tn pari kuiicua t a naaHar oondltMat.
This Band la also a Boatpowerfal An-n-aiaiiooataa sweat,
and will ntlri riie uiesyetem Iroen titapanuosou
(tfeolaof Mercary. lloderat' at oared in a few
daya, and w ar constantly reetivlng testimonial of it
ethcac In tafravattnreneMor iom staadtn. t- .. e.u
laiu ,, to be had of DraggMt gMrally,i or e
be sent by mall ot asnres, wltn fall dtreotlons for ask-
to any part of th country ; dlnot troaa th Principal
Onlc, t-'T jnl U-uJBii.M t'StWtfl Ii ve
. Woi 409 1 SSOADVATa Itw Tartsui
'&,'SMITif & CD.k Sol Ffoprletor? -:
N. B. Desorlptlve Circulars Bent free.
A :- T. SCIirTKt.I.lR A BOS. TtanOAiuTa. luim.Hll.
i7H. lllgh Bt, beU Iiiend and Mound, .Oolumbus,.
lLr,Aioi.t wanted t,verywnr.Arv
BbiM-lylsorlstp.dtw 1 w - baio vtftvt -i
t3
, i. in Si ' aim I . III ii I il
I1TED OTTOMAJT KEPS.'.'a,
A
ljlala Ottoman viotns; ,, . . t, LU
Magenta ana piaca vneca; faieucia5j
-- . , l. f. r! -rt.l . -
a I" fHulatinataktrta: i.a jl)l"Vt
), -1 1 -1 1 a Ann aii iiraafl uooua.
ulu Alexander' Bi Olevwi ..ifi';if "itti
j iria er Trail Boon klrt5.t f.-il.
,Vj-i OoraHf. Hair Nets,
.i-ww nflAld Merino.
BAIR A BOH.
..
ocllO ' Ho. W South High Street.
i T'1iaiiawfiiewiiamwijamaauamaja
'
I . aF-W K
aeiva;i an
aif.raifK.
a muoh cheapei taU,.,d maajr long few AojUi-
HEALTH ANDt HAPPINESS" .
--j.Hwu .Aua. inco ox Lima aan na nraanr-
njojre by ediittUbii'ti?A,'litlt&tr7tataAt
ia cuting me moat obitluata and lonK itmdlnir . oMuate
of th LUNQ8, HEART, MVER, ItDNBYH LAO-
UBBj BTOMAOH RHKUM AT1HM DIBEASICb PK0U
LIAR TO VSMALES. RKTM nfHKAHHtt. iSn i.T.
IIEtnVmiia AD n. Dlrn . . . "
"a.waava,d (vr .ua aie Aiv aAAi
1 1 Fact ar atabtoarn1 Thing-!
lloarWhat th Phlladalnhl ltanniilUA, a IaI' aa.
,,o0m,,,0DWW""," WltalnWon,- Bel.wwe, tth of Arfrlh
1659: i.!. i.jijrai roi-ii F.',iaMt, i,j u-u,!iMiA
An InKHeh srcntleeaaBk fhi4iMlvi-iM,aat i,.! h ...
British Army, and wbo atyles blmjef tb; Undian
uuiauic ruyeician,' naa or late gained an Mltnrlve repu
tation here by his skill in curing all manner of com
plalnta. Bern , of hi patient f kavw conversed with,
ana iney prononno his remedies and and of treatment
M TJ." "P0"0'' 8on have been rtored a U by
niaKjc. Tho medicine he use I distilled by himself
..v... ... ,u. uorui poieessing rarer ouratlve properties.
"While acllnr In te army he devoted hi. utaan -n
men Is to thorough atudy of th effect produced, by
certain medicinal roots and betbaoa all manner of dia-
ease. leseem ne na round son and speedy rtme-
oy reran tn mu that fleeh w hair te.1-.; Hi practloe te
a.auj MMumviaoaauiT tncrflasing. in the com
plainla to-which females ar anblai-Uil. ha hu na auiiaI
aa lanr numbr hare haw taetitled that they tp not
oni ineir uresent itooil health. Hutihalr liraa. ia thr
killof th)Iqdlan BoUrifB Physician.:', ,'; ' :. ' .
Jt cas tt street, U)inmrMje. -
amti7-d3m. -'- i
- in.. . H :.-jet fj nu t.i i)c
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tm,w& Domestic Liquors, "'1
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. nzo 7fXmPn ut t 'wxii
at
I .oO at emii.i t, i irTi rwr, .., riiA.
The
l ttaWTeisentlir. oecSe4V,tW.JjWe'C0N4rft;
i v'i-i' jjir- . ; ii.iu ra
I Uelsln daM recelpof
NEW ANeiifSHxCOOPS
slow , -rwhieb,ii muiir3r rtt
CIitiB'wijjViyiJ,
THi:lrf.A,'iiOfll- t : J irM.lt .r,0.
inaoodeaelivaraltoClty trade fre of charR!rn I
- ly.2 t-n'etii'i't-ir.'.o-. "J
rc. ' n wriiv A.JirtC.
,t.stro tr; .f
pRcjF.'i..'Mii:il,Ea's.,
H
Al R INVIGORATOR
An, EffectivrjVIafer And Economical
v,
Compound,
rriR mr:ciTniiia p.piv Kim-1 h 1
Id li original color without dyeing, ' and p revenUog
na.r irons tamanggTa. - -
FOB. FRSYaSNTLNO BALDNESS,
Andjcurlng It, when there I th less partial of titall
or recnoeratlve enerer romaininu.
J;6R'feEMOVlNGSCtrilFAND DANDRUK
"'AndarlcriCaneottsaffeoHon of the Scalp.' ' '
dl FOR BEJATJTiriClNQ THE tlAIFf. '
raapartlnlr to It an nneqaled ilou andbrllllaner. nakin
K soft and s4lky- to It eexttmr,' and oausin It to curl
readily. - -
xne great celebrity snd mcreaaTng demand forth! no
equaled preparation, convinces the proprietor that one
trial a only nanmaary t satt.fr a dlscamtu Dublin f i
suprtosnAUItMorrany otlr preparation In are. It
cleanse tha head nd seal. fromi danarnrf- and ether
cntaceoot disaaae, oanainv th hair to grow luxuriantly
giving it a rich, autt, gly and flexible prVanoe, an.
aleot wher th hair la looaenlng and lsilaig,-l will rrr
itvepglh and vigor to the root andvrostur Uk growth to
no part wnicn hay eeoonie bald, -caosln h to yield
resn ooTcring ot nair. - - Jl ,
- ther ar hundreds of ladle and gentleTheri in ' Ne
Terk who have had their hair restored by the use of this
Invborator, when all other preparations hare failed. L.
U. bas In, ,bl possession sattera.lnnumnrabui tesUfyiui
to tne above (hot, turn person of-th higheet Teil uta
bility. It wtU eUectually pnrant thhatr trots surnin
untU th latest period ot lite: and In cues where,' the hair
has already changed its color, the use of the Invlnomiar
will with certainty restore tt W ft to It Original hue, giv
ing It a dark, glossy appearance'. ' A perrume for the
toilet and a llalr Keatoratlve. It I particulsriy rcm. .
mended, having an agreeable fragrance: and the groat-fa-1
cilitlea itatforda In dressing thehair, whi'cii, when xeoisl
with, tha Invigorator, can be ttrened la JDy required
form so as to preserr It place, whether tlainor in curia
hence the great demand for it by the ladies a standard
toilet article which none ought to be without, the uric
plac It Within th reach of all, belnr-' , , l
! Only Twenty-riyrCeiiti"6 -
per bottle, toll had at at raapevtibt Brugglsf -and
i UILLKB wonldoall th attention of Parent.
Ouardlan to the use of hla Inrlgorator, in case where
the children's hair incline to ba weak. Th um of It
lays th foaodatioo for asxMdAeeui of hatrj u tr re
move any impurities that nay have become connected
with-the scalp, the removal of which ia necessary both
for the health of th child, and the future appearance f
stJMra-t.J.-(4 aO.. ",,- ,
OaDtiom. Ron genuine without the fao-atmil LOUIS
MILLER Ming; on the outer -wmpptrr also, L. MIL.
LBH'H HAIR IN YIUORATOfi, H. X., blown In th
glaat. ;- - - w . -
Wholsml Depot, J Hey street, and acid by all th
principal Merchant and Droggat throughout th world
Luperai uiasuum to purcAiajpjrs ny utequantlCy. .
f'I also deslr to present to th American Publio ay '
WW 'AJTD VSIHOZD ' mSTAJTASHOUS
liquid:hair;dye:
which, ft ywar oT ictehtlns xterliBeritIny, ( tar
brought s iMrfeatsoa. -it dye Blao r Brown Instantly
withoattnjary s th Hiro Skint wrrpted the beet
artlolevf th kind la ematanee.-- .Knn:).Jt .
LDepot, 66,8Dey. W;W
Vom.uam.WLjr. VA-il , All A T5T. i . k .1
Vj-i-,. fi ti ae!i J it ",nlTV ro 3lj;s iU jtv
i-fj
Oysters L Oystersllr."
,i La tt .t.. Fie nut m:D Iw'tr.
py.x
-acU
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H
AS JUKC HECEIVEO, AA.WAA.tA
a in daily rceutpt, by xpiaat, at ,'4 ex io.tst-
. i--f "V -'-f0 I
beu
my
'malVlmi
oredi-alavenf
t4) iaA rtoiI o rl
011 at WMou'aOysteraad Erit SepoUoL aal
Btat street. i.us m Mm tiiiti el
AV..1 J...
v I . . .,. 4 tan.- 1c-ihlainY -. . A e- O ., .
A .!
t.JI
.IHrlW ,
cnocEnis-sr pnoDUCEND
t tPiiUVISIUr.3. r;t
L. . iv. J, -''
ruKisitsfiiS, puinwki'Ji
vTIOUB SALT,: tLl4U0ES, xETC
MnvaTBB nv Tni CAN IS THEIR BIArOS.
ctZS-dly -
I I AW
7 coIf
F7 ' It V
BSamamlWIl V VI" IIIVI1L IT
tt.:AVJA.-1AVAl-1A.AAA: tit
i
lThey go Riohtla lhci gpet
(. . .
Parlfyysiir Bnatei. :i
"i t , e t r . f - -r
trt nfthem' fur Volcel ' '
JT-HRO At 'CO NFEC Tl ONS.
'ft' i .-1 io
aa
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O06l FOR CLERGYMEN.
c uyoir, roR , LECTU reus,
tat
OOOD FOR PUBLIC SPEAKERS,
A)
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GOOD Ft)& jJlSCERa.7 f , ' t
1'N
4it
GOOD FOR CONSUMPTIVES.
CVit
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IV !
ALDING'S THROAT. CONFECTlOt.
LADIB8 ARK PKLIGHTID WITH
. ; i , i , i . , ,
SPALDIiyO'l?rTHROA'f CONFECTIONS.
SPALDING'S THttOAT CONFECTIONS
'"' . n... ....
The relieve a Congh instantly.
Tbey clear the Throaf. '' ' -
They give strength and volume to the voice.
They, impart a delloloqj aroma to rlir oreatb
Thej are delightful to tbe taste.
They are made of simple herbs and cannot
, brm anyone.
I
t advls every on who has a Cough or a nusky Vole
er a Bad Brtn, or any dtfflcnlty of th Throat, to get
a package of my Throat Ooafeetlon! they will relieve
you Instantly, and yon wlU ag.-e with m that 'they
go right to th spot." Too will flod them very uaer I
and pleasant whll traveling or attending peblie meet
ings for stllllngreur Ooagh r allaying your thirst I f
yo try on pacing, I am safe In saying that yoa will
ver afterward consider them Indispensable.
Ten will And them at tb Druggists and Dealers In
ftfedlclnc. --'' ' -
TWENTX-1VE CENTS.
- . i:.
M; - aigcatttrs 1 cn each package. All other rs
ounterfclt.
A ttackagO wTd be sent by malt, prepaid, on receipt -i
Thirty Cent.:-. ' ...
Address, ...
... t
Henry O. Spalding,
.Uli
HOv-) CBDAR. ITKIIT,.
NEW YORK.
r,erv6usHeadache
By the mc of the r." th periodic attaok of Her
eon or SkiBtadKAt b prevented; and If taken
at th commencement of an attaok Immediate relief from
pain and slcknes will be obtained.
They Mldom Ml In removing th Sauna end
oca1 to which female ar o subject.
They act gently upon th bowels wmovlng Ox
ml a. ..
1 mkarf Mtn, &mimii. Delicate fsntlc
and all persons of fedettfttry kaMtt, they are valaa -
is ( JUaataUv. Improving the appttiu, giving loin
viQdr s th dlgeittv organ, and restoring th natar
Slastlolty and strength of th Wholystm.
1 arnai nppnii.tn ptt.t.b am tha mn of Ia..
Ugatton aad .carefully conducted experiment, ha rib
been In at many yean, during which Um theyhare
prevanted and relieved a vast (mount of pain and suCer
thi from Headache, whether originating tn the aeraoa
System or from a deranged state tf th omoA.
r: They are entirely rajaa Labia At tbeir eompoaitioii,
stay be takrn at aU ttmea erith perfect aa'et without
ntaktcg any change of diet,' Kt t abtmat ot any
Mtaurabit UuU rmitrt U ay lo mdminit er tAni
BlWARlOrOO0MTIi?IlTB
Che genuine have five atgnatatea of Henry 0 Spalding
on each Box. ,V,f"-V.
Boldfil DragghU and all other Dealers In Medicine.
A Bok will be lent by mall, prepaid, on receipt of th
I3rioo. QO Oonts
All erven shoeld k addreeaed to
I .. A. M I
, - ra a. ii a,a-at..asagaui
itOedlnr sJtMett New VorK.
l.
IM
Irom th Ixamlner, Norfolk, V.
Oephallc Pill. aooompUeh .th objaot for which they
wr made, via, , (3 ar at haacUoh in all in forau
a I ' .
- Irom, the Ixamlner, If orf oik, V.
They har bee tie tad ra mote tha a thousand e
wlthintlr luoces;
- v 1 ;seiei t-r 'i i t it . ,. r. r
si tram the lWoflA, Bt. Gload, Ulna. . -
B you ar. or hare been, troabled with th headache .
tend fur a box, (Oephallc Pill,) so that yoa may bar
luemin case ot an aiiacx. ,.
I' from ft Advertiser, Provident, R. I. '
The Oephallc Pill are aid to b a ramarkablv efftotie
remedy for th headache, and on of th rery best for
that very frequent oomplaint.whtoh be c been
oovend. b-vita -
from the Wtttera R. R. Suetu, Ohioagc, 111.
W heartily endors Mr. Bpanldlng, and hi unrivaled
Oephallo Pills. . ., . , . ..
-. I !V.-tlWT'il'J""
m, i i Tro rUnawhi Valley 'Star, Kanawha, Ta.
' We are surej tbat pereonJMlTsring Tlh an rwdobi
wh try them, will stick to them.
J--' I .- -1 "Tl
from th Southern Path Kinder, New Orleans, L. ., .
' Try thecal yoa that ar aSUcted, and wa are sure that
youe testimony sao b aJJad to the already amaacroau
Hat shat hu received benefit that no other medlda ot
prodoo..)) ny ri'O twi . , ;
riO,' riwax tt- lVdmorat4 ' ? "
, Th Immense damaud for th Article) vOephallo Fill
I rapUly lnofsl.ng-. .j..,,., , ,-Jt lu ,t .. , t
1 1 ''''tHemtflertette-, Bavenport. 'few. 'l ' -'
Hr. ipeldiiif would hot connect hi nans wttfe aa ar-:
tkl h did at to sweaea real merit,
w4
Xj-A single bottle of SPALDINQ'B PRIPARIB ' '
tn.ua win esm um suMimowBsiBBally.e(J( -
3vi
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iv
SPALDING'S PREPARED ULUEJ1 . .
j j U .ft.; . i i ' :. . . 1 ".!.;
SPALXllNa'S PREPARED SLUE ky
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUBl "-
to:.tvti.'U iin ar.-im.t. ;:. ..jit u t
I SAVB TBI P1MMI - . ,i -j.,
ioOHOKTt ,. - ' V -j BUSPAtOB. v. .,
et?"Av'T"J" ut Aura Muta.-'Xll fl'j,-.,, ,
As areUlenU will htpn, Tn Lu well regulated taa
lllas. It la very deslrabl to bar aom aheap and sua ' '
yen lent way for repairing Furniture, Toy, Oroekery V; ,
ju. 1 on i ";:- "- --. " .... j. .
77; . .... IPALDINA'B PRRPARBD OLTJB J . .
meets all ucn emerganoie. no ao nauMaota a afford
to be without II. li aiwaye reaoy, ana up so in luesr
ivTBBioJV W inil HOUSsU"
'''H. B.T-A Brush ecreapnle aok bottle. . .
I..,.. . Addreaa.
"rni" -' miwt a at.T,ia - -
He. b 0dr Street, Ke Terk.
I , A eevtwa rmTm(lpldl fptmm atw attmptiu
J palm tf ov tti inswptat pabU, ssaUaUen W m
1'Har AatiB hlu a, i wouia atte an
txn
(Bin betor purabaalnt', and a that th full aura.
JO"vPAa)ltK at,BAlUIDttLUa,.O.f "
Is a UieouUUI wrapper; all other an swindliui
ttjrntte,
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