THURSDAY MORNING, NOV. 7, 1861.
Rail Road Time Table.
LiTTu Uuai It Oolomios fc Xmu B. B.
' T i Arrives
r . Leaves.
Night Express, vie J ' Mp4.' fiV
Oluoinnati aooomiawlallob. 0: W A. f " 5'
'4;00F.'M. l:l t. U.
10. W. DOBMTV, Agent.
' OolOMSOS k OUVlLiHD B. B. '
Night Express. ' '
New York Express 3:15 r.M. i.wr.m.
... jam FiTtmol, Agist.
1:30 A. M.
4:00 A. M.
1:30 P. H.
, .W P. .
ittum, Ooioasos fc Ouwimti i B. B.
Mail Train ....
, l:uiil,n. :.
,.. ....! MA. M. 1:10 P. M
' Joi. Bosimor, Agent.
Coumsos Sr. IHDUoroLU, B. R.
(QoumiVI PW fc 1DI .J
' Ha 1 Ezdku ".00 A. M. 11:00 M.
No. l Express...... J wj p fl w p u
O. W. Smith. Agent.
"' ' CoLomas Disectosv rot 18G2. Mr. H. T.
i Binnett, Agent for C. 8. Williams, la not in
'' our citj, canvassing and making preparations
. for the publication of a new City Directory.
' Mr. Bcnhitt has been engaged In the 'businets
of getting up Directories for eome seven yean,
and on him principally devolved the labor ol
preparing the Columbus Dlreotory of 1856 and
'59 He baa alio prepared and euperlntended
the publication of Directories In Cincinnati and
Dayton, and In nearly all the cities and large
' towns of Ohio.
' We have examined the oopy of a work alter
which It Is proposed to model the new Colum
bus Direotory., Great Improvements have been
rtmade upon former publications of the kind
' The new woik will contain a complete list of
the names of citizens alphabetically arranged,
with their resideocee.liaalness aud business lo
eatlons designated.' It wllL&lso contain la the
same volume a Business Directory, with the
"names of individuals and firms classified ac
cording to tbcir particular business or profes
sion. Besides, it will furnish a Street Direo
tory, a Directory , to the Public Institutions,
Churches, Benevolent and other Associations,
Military, Fire Department, etc., etc, with a
full list of all the Postofficos in the United
States and Territories, at the latest dates.
1 The Columbus Direotory lor 1863 will be
issued about the middle of January next.. It
will make a neat and substantial volume of
most valuable local and general information,
which should be, at all times, within the reach
Dt every citizen. We' trust our citizens will
afford Mr- Binnitt every facility in their power
in the preparation of the new Directory, and en
courage him by liberal patronage.
Death of Josipm Whitehill Yesterday's
Siatetman contilued an announcement of the
death of Joseph Whitehill, at bis residence in
this city, on Monday, the 4th lost., in the 74th
year of his age. He was a native of Lancas
ter cousty, Pa. Ho represented Warren county
for several years In our State Legislature, and
was alterward Treasurer of State for twelve
oojisecutive years. Mr. W. enjoyed in a high
degree the respect and esteem of his fellow-
' The Fobtt-Firbt Regiment. This regiment
passed through the city yesterday alternoon, on
its way from Cleveland to Camp Chase. The
following are the field officers:
"Colonel William B. IIazen.
Lieutenant Colonel John J. Wiseman.
,1flajor Gcoroe S. Mkoatt.
Surgeon Thomas G. Cleveland.
Assistant Surgeon Albert G. Hart.
The . Fortv-Thiro Reoiment. Tola regi
ment, Col. Bmith; has been transferred from
Camp Chase to Mt. Vernon, topomplete Ita or
ganlzition. It has as yet but three companies,
but Is said to be fast filling up.
IT The First Regiment, Colonel Smith, left
Cincinnati on Tuesday for Louisville.
OT The Fifty-first Regiment, Colonel Stan
let Matthews, which left Wellsville on Sun
dav. arrived at Cincinnati on Tuesday, and pro
ceeded to Camp Dcnnison, to be armed, equip
ped and made ready for the field. .
IT Captain Barnes arrived at Zinesville on
Tuesday, from Cambridge, with a fine compa
ny for the Sixty-second Regiment, now organ
izing at Camp Goddard.
ETTheZineBville Couriirr copies a portion
of the last list of military appointments pub
lished In 'the Staleiman, and thinks it in port
correct. The Courier has thrown out such hints
before. . It the lists of military appointments
published In the Statesman are not vholljf cor
rent, K Is not our fault, but the fault of the State
Military Department, or of Its official organs
here and at Cincinnati.
American vs. English Alliteration. We
copy the following from the Louisville Journal,
which may amuse children, and perhaps some
grown folks: . . .....
The greatest triumph of English allltteration,
aocordine to the Iiondon Quarterlv. is the fol
lowing line, composed by a young lady in the
year -1800,'. on the occasion of a gentleman
by the name of Lee planting a lane with lilacs:
Let lovely lllass. line Lee's lonely lane,
In which not only every word, but every syllable
begins witn tbs same letter. .
This kind of composition "alliteration's art
ful aid" is simple enough when vou 'set the
hang of the school house." With leisure, we
oould strlDE together, entire georelca and buoo
lies after the fashion of Lse's lovely, lip-lisped,
lively, lulling line.- As for example:
Let lovely ltlaet line Lee's lonely lant;
Plant popplei, pepperi, plpplni, pulpy purple plumi;
Hamt nd rosea rearing round rich rows;
Graft gages green, group gorgeous grapes; grow grass;
tftatrftl imu. mt ffoid-irilt. fr&ln-sriced clebes:
Witch weeds with wains, wheel wood when winds whiff
When wltwalls westward wend with whirlwind wing.
Ttt MlLITAST GlNTLIMSN AMD CIVILIANS'
You will find at N. Gundirshiimis's, No. 129
S. High street, next door to the Goodale House,
a large And superior etock of ready-made eloth
Ing. nnd a like txcellcnt.stock of cloths to be
manufaotured to order la themerohant tailoring
department of his establishment. ' Mr. R.
Srosuno, who superintends this department.
is s skillful cutter, whose ability and reputation
affjrd an ample guaranty that none but the best
of work will be made under his Inspection.
Oar readers, military and otherwise, will find
It to their advantage to purchase their clothing
ready made, or leave their orders with Mr. Gen
Diurtimr.it, who is an old and experienced mer
chant of this city, and is enabled, from the fact
that he buys his goods for cash, t sell at
very low figure. -" -' -. " ' -
Remember N. GuNDiasaimiR, No. 129 South
High street. " fottlS-lmcod
FAISllV JlHKIta M11.KS, .
IANQT DBK88 BILKS,
JAHUI 1BXBB Il.B.B, . , . , ,
We ar-noeSerlng onr Immense stock of fancy Press
Sllee atprtoee less than erer before offered In this city.
The attention ef the ladles of this city and vicinity
eoUsited. a evr stooe Is very, select and complete in all
indeed goods la b is rite. -l.'3T FKT1IBBAIH,
bo We, He. w Souta uign street.
COLUMBUS POST OFFICE.
V ' arriva A aTCRi er mails,
i 1 DtrARTDUI. ' .
lf.n. New Tork Oltv. Boston, Albany. Buffalo,
Flttabonh, Dtewhtnvtlle way, Cleveland, ZuesTllie,
Newark, UranTtlle, Washington City, Baltimore, Phila
delphia and Mew Orleans, e lose daily (Hon days swept
sdlatS o'oloek p. sa.
A through nail for Hew Tork and Cleveland eloses
dally (Sundays exoepuaj eieo'cioon p. m.
O.O. k O. B. B. Way Hall eloeea dally (Sundays ex
eepted) at S o'oloek p. m.
Central Ohio Way Hall eloses dally (Bnndays excepted)
10 o'olook a. as.
Olnolnnatl Way Hall eloses sally (Sundays excepted) at
o'oloek a. at.
Chicago, Dubuque, Delaware, Marlon and Worthing
ton Hails eloses daily (Sundays excepted) at X o'oloek
p. m. j
Halls for Xante, Springfield, Piyten, Toledo, Olnoln
natl. Indianapolis, Louisville, St. Louis, and Detroit,
closes daily (Sundays excepted) at S o'oloek p.
A through null to Xenix, Springfield and Cincinnati
eloses dally (Sundays excepted) at 10 o'oloek a. at.
Orbana, Plqua, Tiffin and Onion City snail eloses dally
(Sundays excepted) at 8 o'olook p. sb.
Lancaster. Logan, Nelsonvllle, Olrolevtlle, Chlllleothe.
Portsmouth, Waihlngton O.U-, Athens, Marietta and
BilltborouBh mails olose dally (Sundays excepted) at 8
ClOCK pe Be l. '
ut WavUall b National Boad to Zanesvlile eloses
dally (Bundayaexoepted) at H o'oloek .
ilarrllburiU Stall dotes uauy vounuayi exeepwu;
o oloek p. sa. " " ' '
Mt. v.mon Hall, to way of WastervlDe and Sunbuiy,
eloses dally (Sundays exoepted) at S o'eloek . ;
-Dublin Mail eloses daily(eundays exwptsd)at 8 o'clock
Lanoaater Way Hall closes dally (Sundays excepted) al
p. - ,i .
ARRIVALS, , ) i ' i
Halls from New Tork. Boston. Philadelphia, Buffalo,
Albany, Pittsburgh, 0 lowland, Dayton, Toledo, Xenla,
Detroit, Bpringfleld, Cincinnati, Ohllllcothe, Bt. Louis.
and all Southern cities, arrive between the hours or
o'oloek p-m. and 4 o'eloek a. sa. -"
Hails from Indianapolis, Ohloago and Dubuque arrive
at 3:40 a.m. - - " - V ..
Halls from Washington Ul'V, Baltimore, wneeiing,
2anesTlUe, Newark, Bteubenvllle, Ht. Vernon, and the
I. 0. E. B. Way HalL arrive a W O'eioex m.
Way Hall from. Cincinnati arrives at S e'cloeH p.m.
Lancaster Hall arrives at S o'eloek p.m.
But Way Hall over the National Boad arrives at II
o'clock a. m. . -
Ht. vernon Way Hall arrives at M :os a. m.
Hall from Dabun arrives at 19 o'clock m. ' '
Orbana Way Mail arrives el Oo'clockp.m. '
Harrtsbnrgh Hail arrives al 11 o'clock a. m . -Lancaster
Way Hail arrives at IS o'clock m ' '
Oilloe deUverv ooen ever day (except Sunday) from
7 o'clock a. m. to 8 o'clock p. m. Open on Sundays
from 7X to 0 o'clock la the morning, and from a to 0
JOHN GRAHAM, P. M.
TO EVERY READER.
TT la an lndlspnlable fact, that If any person wants on
of thorn comfortable ESQUIHACX BBAVIftOVjtR
OOATB, be will usually find them In large quantities at
ItiAtiua jniiua a.
IB any person desirous of owning one of the lata style
ol Rn AVER OVRB CO ATS. with eape attached.
don't break your beads to learn where to find them, bat
Opposite the Bute House.
Ton will find them there In alt colors, kept by -
- . MARCUS CH1LDS.
DID yon sever wear any Ot tfcefilLK HIXID CAB
SIMBR8 BOITB, which are sold at the Capital City
Arcade? Bush In and yon will find them In piles, at
YOU nay also be In want of PANTS and VIBTB. and
then Is but one establishment In the West where
Pants and Tests are to be had In all stripes, shapes,
styles, quanUtles and qualities, and that place Is the
iArllALt wit a autAUL,
TVM'T foraet the extensive assortment of PuRNIBu
U INO GOODS, particularly In WOOLEN BUIaTB,
Which yon can And in - nea, wnite ana nine," ai me
UArli ALi LU X AttOAUE., -8uperlntended
by Harcus Ohllda.
TV on wish to wear eannents MADE TO OBa
1 btMi ou can do no better than to to to the Mer
chant Tailoring Bstabllsbment, next to the Arcade, and
select your goods from a stock comprising all colors of
Bearer Cloths. Cassimeree, Bilk Velret and Plush Vest-
logs, and you will surely meeiwttn a gooa nt uy purcnas
sing at . i
a . Dr i Tiprro nnrr ncio
MILITARY OBNTLEMEM, when they eome to this
city, as strangers, and wish to get a ONIfOBM, It
la to their best advantage to call at -
7 MARCUS CHILDS'S,
Where a lane assortment of BLtTX CLOTH and other
articles belonging to thecqulpjge of an officer can be
had at vary moderate prices.
In short call at - '
Proprietor of that extensive business locality,
NO. 21, 83 and 25 HIGH STREET,
Opposite the State Boose. '
ucR7-dGm . .. -
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring ft Water Sta.,
OolULxaatotua , 01xirW.
B. POTTfl &CO.,
and Manufacturers of Brass and Composition Castings
finished Brass Work of all Descriptions.
Electro Plating and Gilding!
STENCIL CUTT1NC, &C.
fchl'iJl-dly - ' '.v
Colnmhs Wholesale Liquor Store
1 I :
LACELLE ROSS & CO.,
COMMISSION ; MERCHANTS,
1 IMPORTERS AND CBALIRJ IK
Foreign and Domestio Wines, Brandies,
ko. Ac. ALSO,'
OLD RYE, MONONGAHELA & BOURBON
' WHISKY. '
WARIHODSB AND 0!FICB. 221 SOOTH BIQU ST.,
COLUMBUS, omo. ,
WlteUAM He 1 RESTIEAUX,
Groceries, . ; ;,. .
; r Provisions,
Foreign and Domestic liquors,. ,
Fruit3, etc. etc.,
. HAS REMOVED Vli STORK JTROU
v.-.' a .. ...
NO. 34, NORTH HIGH STREET,
No. 106, South High Street,-;
Tbe old stand recently occupied ey.WM- MoDONALD
-r i ' u j i ; i i r-: 1
fie is In dally' receipt of ; ' '
AND FRESH GOODS1
; 1 -; ; Which he will Mil 'lv';,
Cbeap tor Caasa er ejwuntry Prednee
JJ Goods delivered to City trade free of cnarEV.Qt
sjotrfjirxBVSt onto) . ,;''.:.
And Seed Store,
' Main n .. .v ,'.
MAILS, SLABS, SASH, KJTTT, OORSAQB, '
; stheraod Bnbber ielttof, leos teathar, Bote
king, - ,
riOLDEH HIM. BHIBTS,
VJI i ttOLDKN HILIl DlilBTB,
nAtnvu.un.T. snrftlTS. .
The patten ef Sbaae ahlriear new. The Bodies, Takes,
leairr and beaoaa an (ormad U St the person with
and romfort, . The mark npon tech one designating
eiae so ay tie re ilea oa as pels I eorrect, an aaoa snin
soar anceed well esade. A lull etock of all qaejlw
Jonslantly fer sale at ' B AIN'fl,
aots. Ko. (9 Boath Bl(h street.
Reported for the Ohio Statesman.
Reported for the Ohio Statesman. THE GREAT REBELLION.
GEN. WOOL RESIGNS
Rebel Account of Affair at
Loss of Militarv Stores
in the Gale.
BRIDESBURG ARSENAL BLOWN UP
Release of Political Prisoners.
AFFAIRS IN MISSOURI.
REBELS ADVANCING ON SPRINGFIELD
WITH 60,000 MEN.
FREMONT EN ROUTE FOR ST. LOUIS.
UNION DEMOCRATIC VICTORIES.
Washimotom, Not. 6. On good authority we
learn that Gen. Wool has tendered bis resigns
Gen. Ileintxelmsn bas deelined bunting for
stray negroes. M. .
Toe rebels Detween Vnam unugoauu wiuw
III 11 fired on our pickets to-day. .
The extreme pickets of our army and the
rebels In the direction of Oeeoqnan had a friend
ly Interview on Sunday. One rebel, claiming
to be an impressed Peonsylvanian, said many
regiments bad been withdrawn to Richmond,
and others were expected to follow.
About fourteen thousand Maryland voters are
believed to be In the rebel army. The peace
party will poll a heavy vote In the southern
counties, bat the Union tloket is sure to carry
the Slate by a large majority .
Tbe rebels are thought to be building a large
number of flalboata at Quantloo Creek.
A scout from Virginia reports Beauregard's
army stationed to tbe right of Braddock's Road,
between Fairfax and Centervllle, one hundred
thousand strong, with two hundred pieoee of
artillery, but indifferently manned and the can
noniers undisciplined. The Quartermaster's
Department is deficient In wagons, and many
troops baretoot. Tbe Virginia troops are dis
pirited. Those whose term of enlistment bas
expired, will not re- enlist, and desert every day .
Sooutlug parties from Gen. Smith's division
in the direction of Fairfax Court House report
that tbe rebel ploketa have advanced within, a
mil nl a hall of Vienna.
A considerable rebel force is at Fairfax Court
House, and rebel troops are being thrown west
to the vicinity of Leeeburg.
Washinotoh, Nov. 6 The Ateam ferry boat
Stnnninir Stone, recently purchased by tbe Gov
ernment in New York, ran tbe blockade or tbe
Pntnmaa river last night, and was not fired
npon by tbe rebel batteries. Tbe Stepping
Btnnftla similar in construction to the rebel
Pas-e. and Is about the same size
drawlnir from three to three and a half feel of
water only. She was enabled to hug tbe Mary
land ahnra in nuaine? ina Daiieriea.
Tha Stenninc- Stone passed a puoeee also
bound up. ,
Knpitieaa renreseni mat tnere is area, suuer
ing In the Rappahannock region of Virginia tor
want Ol looa, doming, snoee, eic.
Thar la a near rebal batterv at Acauia Creek
a few hundred yards north of the old one; Two
shells were fired from it yesterday apparently
to trv lha ranira.
Thar ara indications at Mathias Point that
the rebels rare at work there, possibly In tbe
way of Intrenching.
[Special to the Post.]
bare, make no mention of tbe landing of the
Naval Exnedltlon on the Southern coast. It is
quite clear, however, from the tone ol tbe
boutbern press, that tbe movement of the fleet
haa nraated intenee alarm amoDR tbe rebels
Tbey are anxiously awaiting intelligence of the
blow that is to be struok. . .
. Jeff. DavU has appointed Friday, Nov. 15, as
.u nf faatlne? and oraver.
Gov. Gamble bas made arrangement with
tha Government that tbe United States shall
area, annin. elotbe. transport end pay Missouri
militia who msy volunteer for service In tbe
State or In its defense. Tbe plan secures unity
of action between Federal and State troops.
Tha Railroad Convention adjourned to-day
and agreed to run four through trains daily from
Waahlnoton to New York time ten to eleven
Missouri Dispatches. [Special to St. Louis Republican.]
SraiNoriiLD, Nov. 2. Reliable information
has been received here from different sources
that General Price was at Cassville on Tours
dav with twantv-five thousand men, and Mo-
Jul loch ten miles Wis siae ot mas piece who
tea thousand more men, with the Intention of
marching on Springfield ana oflering as battle
on the old Wilson Creek grounds. McCnllooh
was expecting ten thousand additional troops
Larse numbers of residents of Green, Jasper,
and other adiololns counties recently joined
Prloes army, ana many ot onr omcerstnins: tnat
the rebel loroe now numoers nesriy sixty toon
and men. "..)!
General Fremont haa been up nearly tne wnoie
of tbe past five nights making the most perfect
arrangements for a battle, and tbe confidence
ef tbe army in him was never so great as at
i .Qenerals Lane and Sturgts have arrived, and
Pope and McKinstry are hourly expected.
Lath Nov. 3. General Fremont and staff
eft for St. Louis this morning: he is acoompan
led by his body guard, and will reach there on
[Special to St. Louis Democrat.]
Sr-iiitariiLD. ' Nov. 3. Gen. Fremont bas
Hean Indnoed to delay his departure nntil the
arrival of Geo. Hunter, wno is ezuectea mis
Can. Pods arrived this mornine.
' Efforts are Deing maae oj lam irieoa oi rrs
mnnt to induce him to remain with tbe army
a van In a subordinate capacity. Many ef his
staff officers are anxious to stay until alter s
h-ttlo. and Colonels lawcioy oi jii, ana oiaras,
and Hudson of Indiana, will do so, whether the
rlanaral does or not.
i Tha anrinr are renortea moving norm irons
Cassville, and Gen. McKinstry is just about to
start with a considerable body of cavalry and
artillery to make a reoonnoissanoe in force.
Latex. nov. am. ids euurta 10 inuuoo
flan. Fremont to remain with thermy, to aot
la tbe coming battle In a sunoroinste oapacnj
to Gen. Hunter, nave lauea.
dan. Hunter arrived during last night, and
Gn. Fremont and most of bis staff departed
Osd. Hunter naa an inwrvww ui an uuur auu
a half with Gen. Fremont this morning,
.hinh tha latter rave tbe former all bis lutein
gence lo regard to the position of the enemy,
tv. and laid before him the dan of battle de
c'ded npon by himself and the eommandera
divisions. In tneir council Ol war new iaet even
. The rrtoonnolssance in force deternlned oa
yesterday was postponed Just on the evt of Its
departure, by order of Gen. Fremont.
A aoont who arrived last nleht. reuorts the
enemy moving slowly In this direction.' Mo-
Cullooh has tbe advance, and on Friday was ten
miles this side of Cassville, so that by to-aay
tbev most be very near as. A battle is Immi
nent at any hoar.. Tbe enemy greatly exceeds
our foroebut no fearsre fell foi tha result
Onr army l all here nof excepting Gen, Hun
ter's Division, m ; fyiATt i- -. -t
The Body Guard and Holmaai Sharpshoot
er were tne oniy croope tnai ten witn wen
Framorit. Geh. Asboth aooomnanlel tha Gen
eral, and Aotlng General Can bas taken corn
mand of bis division. Colonels Loveioy , 8tarks
and Hudson, late. of Fremont's stair, wno re
main here to participate In any, battle which
may take place, have received appointments on
flan at. '
Oat. 6 Members of tbe com
mistlon tor investigaUng claims against tbe
Government In tbe Western Deparmenl have
all arrived, and will, probably enter upon meir
dutiee Immediately. ' '
A rumor gained muoh currency hero to day
thai tbe order for Fremont's removal bad been
suspended lor tbe present by Gen. McClellsn,
with the President's sanction.
From the South, via Louisville.
Looisvilli, Oct. 5. Buckner bu retired to
ward Bowling Green and Stanton has gone back
Tbe Federal troops In Esntuoky under Sher
man are thus divided: Gen. Soboepff commends
the Eastern, Geaeral McCook tbe Central, and
General Crlttctden the Western Divisions. In
the Western Division Colonel Burbrldge has ad
vanced to Woodbury. Tbe Central troops havt
advanced to Bacon creek, and It la thought our
troops are able to assume tbe defensive with all
security. ' ; ' ;
Southern papers say the loss of the rebels at
the Leeaburg fight was three hundred killed
and wounded. ' ''" ' ' ''
One hundred and sixty Federal prisoners from
Leesburg reached Richmond on the 24th ult.
Richmond papore say General Evans fought
st Lsesburg contrary to orders and is to be
court-martialed, and that tbe Federal loss at
that engagement Is two thousand killed and
wounded. - - ' ': .' ' ,' V
. The Knoxvllle Register says tbe rebel loss
at Wild Cat was only five killed and twenty
three wounded. 1
Colonel Flckleln asks reinforcements from
Richmond, and fears tbe Federals will cot off
Prestooburg, Kentucky, from communication
with Virsinla. . '
Beauregard's offlolal report of tbe battle of
manassas says tnree nunurea ana ninety-owe
rebels were killed, twelve hundred wounded,
end that the Federals lost forty-five hundred
killed, wounded and prisoners, lie sera his
entire fores there was twenty-eight thousand, of
wnion one-lourtn only were engaged.
Rebel Report of an Engagement at
Foatiiss Monsox, Nov. 4. The following
extract Is from tbe Richmond Examiner of
Nov. 4th, and la from tbe report ol Capt. Hun
ter, dated off the coast of North Carolina, on
the Confederate steamer Curfew, Oot. 3Uth:
"At dawn yesterday we started, and on our
way looked in at Beacon Island and Ocranooke,
but saw nothing with certainty of the enemy at
or near either point. We then started for Hat
ters! Inlet, and when near tbe position of the
inner buoy, tbe enemy opened fire npon us from
the tort and two or three or tbelr steamers,
without injury. On coming within easy range,
I sighted tbe rifled sun at tbe Harriet Lane and
fired. The Fort and steamers continued to fire
at us as rapidly aa possible. We fired six
shells, and tbe stern gun at them fire times
It Is uncertain whether tbe enemy sustained
any Injury. Joe Vandals fired twenty three
shells at us, only one of which came near.
"t eellng that 1 bad carried out the spirit ol
your instructions I wlthdrsw and waited within
ball a mile ol the bnov, nopios; to draw tbe
steamer outside. When we fired the stern gun
tbe fort returned the shot. We stood back,
fired another shell and took our departure. All
hands displayed great enthusiasm, and seemed
delighted, when one steamer began moving to
ward os. mere were at anchor inside sixteen
sailing vessels snd three steamers."
I be steamer Spauiding is hourly expected at
Fortress Monroe, and we will then bave tbe
news of the fight.
Wo thing has been board from Hatteras for
The Richmond Examiner, of Nov. 4, savs tbe
work on tbe Merrimacls still uncompleted, and
there are great complaints of Imperfection of
tne iron work as furnished by the foundries
there, and adds 'tis certainly hieb time rbe was
Tbe correspondent of tbe Examiner com
plains that Gov. Letcher, who bad visited the
peninsula to look after the situation, had done
nothing on arriving there but eat hoi. && and
The Storm at Hatteras Inlet—Loss of
Fortriss MoNROf..Nov. 5. Tbe Soaulding
nas just arrived nere Irom Hatteras Inlet, bring
ing Col. Hawkins, who proceeds to Washington
on a special boat npon business connected with
1 be storm at Hatteras Inlet was very eevere.
ana tne recent nign tides bave completely over
nowea toe enaoe ontside tbe torts.
u A new obannel Is forming between tbe Forts.
ana It is sppreuended tbey may become untena
About a Quarter of the clothlnc of the 20th
Indiana Regiment had been landed from the
Spaulding Friday night; but tbe gale coming
on witn tremendous severity, it was wasbed
away. Some other stores were also landed and
lost yesterdsy. Ten days' rations for the Fort
wereeateiy landed: but tbe SDauldininbrings
nacs: tne greater part ot ner cargo. '
r ire rebel steamers came near tbe Inlet vea
terday, bnt retired alter firing a few shots.
two coal scnooners. carrying fuel to tbe
fleet, made Hatteras Inlet during the gale and
bolsted signals of distress, but could not be
reached by the vessels Inside.
Nxw York, Oct. 0 A letter to the Com
meroial from Fortress Monroe savs, tbe resig
nation of uenerai wool is anticipated there
It also says there la excellent authority for say
ing there are two field officers at tbe fort, a
Major and a Lieutenant-Colonel of artillery,
who are favorable to the rebel cause.
Philaoeltbia, Nov. 6. Yesterday afternoon
two workmen were killed and ene severely In
jured by the blowing up of a building at the
Jirideeourg Arsenal, containing luiminaung
i ns Baltimore sun says ueauregara was at
Gordonsvllle, Vs., on Monday, bound to Char
The News sheet has a statement from Anna-
polls that eleven thousand troops are gathered
there, to be sent South as soon as the trans
ports of ths expedition return.
Ijieut. nuriy, u. . a., released on paroie
from Richmond for the purpose of endeavoring
to elTeot an exchange of prisoners, It is said, la
likely to succeed, having enlisted the sympathy
of the Government by nis description ot the
treatment of prisoners in Richmond. The
Cabinet will give tbe matter the deepest consid
Savannah. Nov. 12 A dispatch in a Rich
mond psper states a Federal frigate attempted
to burn a vessel agrouna on Warsaw Deacu
The attemnt railed and tne irtEate reureu.
There were one thousand seven hundred and
eleven Federal prisoners at Richmond in Sat
Niw Yoib. Nov. 6. A special Washington
dispatch says rebel prieoners escaped from the
old eaoitol- buildlns; last night, Tbe Provost
guard is In hot pursuit.
me steamsnin Aincaaanea 10-uav ior aiver
pool with forty passengers, among wbom were
Archbishop Hushes and Thurlow Weed. Geo.
Scott, It Is understood, goes on Saturday's
steamer. ...: i
Albany. Oot 6. A dividend of forty six and
ajhalf per cent is declared on en demands allow
ed against the Bank of Albany, payable to
morrow at ine exenange caoa,
Boston. Nov. 6. Parker H . French bas been
sent to Fort Warren by orders Irom Waanirg
The lollawloe nolltioal prisoners were ais
charged at Ft. Warren thie afternoon, after
taking the oath of allegiance: Capt. H. L.
Shielde, formerly of the U. S. A., arrested Oct.
S5tb; Wm. Gllsbrlst, arrested in Philadelphia
Sept. will ; wm. caains, oi n-enmonu, vs.,
arrested at Pelladelphla Aug, S6ih Peter Ri-
ley, of Charleston, S. arrested Sept. 93d.
" r.. .... .i.n Tint. 6 Tha- Fortv first Reffl
mant Ohio Volunteers left Camp "Wood, near
Cleveland, thlrTnoynlng," for; Camp ,PeWilfn
' I I ' "' i 1 i ;j e'i
. tVeiHaaaftV Va..' Oot. 6 A lares ball
passed over this plaoe at 5:30 this evenlnio
ins; Southeast, We oould plainly distinguish
a man waiving flag from the balloon.
' New. Yost, Nor. o The Tribune claims
that the People's ticket baa carried, the State
97 over aw,uw.' M ' r i '
It la probable but not certain tba I Wright,
Democrat, is elected Canal Commissioner, to fill
vacancy; In consequence of tbe division be
tweea tbe people and Republicans oa that
office," .1 -i
The ldilatqre will be almost nnanimobs In
favor of suautiniog the Government. I
.- Tbe vote in the eity for Attorney General Is
nearly completer Dickinson 33,753; Champl sin
16 941.- For Canal Commissioner, Brooe 11,
BIG; Tallmadge ll7!i Wright, Democrat,
25,696: ' Lvneb, Democrat, elected Sberlff by
ahnnt 2000 mslorltv. Oaklev Hall. PaoDle'e
oaodldate. If elected District Attorney by about
2000. r ' 1 r" - ' ' 'i
' NcwarsI, K, J Ndvj fj The 8fate of New
Jersey bas gone aa follows: Ten Demotrrati,
ten independent Demoorate, and ten Repabli-
cans.- In tbe House tbera is prooaoiy a email
Union majority.- No State ticket was ron-r-
merely county elections.'-" 1
Latir The State has gone Democratic.
The returns are not yet all In, but sufficient to
make It certain that tbe Demoorate will bave a
majority In both branches of tbe Legislature.
The House Is compossd of sixty members and
the Senate twenty-one. Tbe footings at this
time are: Senate, eleven Democrats, ten Re
publicans; House, thirty-ono Democrat!, twenty
three Republicans and one Union.-
BAtrtMORt, Nov. 6 The election Is progress
ing quietly " . 1 1 ) Ai. ' -a ! i .
Uen. Dix this morulas issuea instructions to
the Judges to allow no man to vote who took
part or bore arms in tbe April riot, or who re
fuses when challenged to take an oath of fidel
ity to tbe Government. ' '
Tbe whole -Union ticket will of course be
eleoted by a clear and undisputed' msjorlty of
tne loyst voters ot sue oiaie., - , ; .- e-. , :
Lates i be election returns in mis city in
dicate that Auguetus W-Bradford, the Union
candidate for - Governor, and tbe whole Union
i - . . s. inn . ' V nfta l(a I
ticket nas irom iu,uuu to io,uuu majority. .
Borrau). Nov. 6 Wm. G. Fargo, Democrat,
elected Mayor by several hundred majority over
James Adams, Peoples' candidate. . ...
MiLWAUin, OoU (5 The S ate election
passed off quietly. "Milwaukee city and conn.
ty, three thousand five bundrea uemocratio ma
jority. The returns so far from the State Indi
cate tbe election of h. r. Harvey utepj ior
Governor, by a large majority. It Is thought
the whole Kepublioan State ticket is elected.
The removal of Geo. Fremont Is received
with much regret, and seems to be tbe absorb
ing topic. .)...
Boston, Nov. 6. Tbe Republican State
ticket is eleoted by 33,000 majority. Both
branches of the Legislature are largely Repub
lican. , . . ' 'T ' ,
Baltimosi, Oct, 6. Tbe elestion lo this eity
psned off quietly. Over two hundred arrests
were made of parties charged with treasonable
conduot; many were, however, subsequently
discharged.- The whole vote in the city was
abont twenty inousana; uraoiora s was aoout
News from Kentucky.
MaviViLLE. Oct. 6. A gentleman from
Prettonsburg says General Nelson bas taken
possession of that place and bad advanced six
miles beyond to Licking station, and was still
marcbiog on; -the pickets ot tne enemy were
ten miles ahead, where- the rebels, three thou
sand strong, were expected to make stand.
General Nelson expected to come op witn mem
yesterday. ' "
President Lincoln Burnt in Effigy.
ZanksvulEi Oct. 6 Considerable excite
ment has been created here this evening by the
burning of tbe effly of President Lincoln, ;
RSOOKHZVCBTJ BT THB LATB
SIR A3TLEY COOPER,
or Loiroov, AJn .
DB. VALENTiNE MOTT
aw saw woxm. '
He Stknowltdf ed Heads of the P relets! sal ks SMW
Tha bast IH tire tic Tonic and Invhrorant Ths
fine Extract of tbe ITATiTAH JUAlPJUt
BBBBY. Tbe Purest and Host Costly Sin :
tans. ' -
INDISPENSABLE TO FEMALES, .
null nisi r -rrt Tur cirlr
IPS a.ajos.s;- sv s nc oivn.
INCOMPARABLE FOR THE AGED,
THE SAFEST AND MOST -
DELICIOUS BEVERAGE IN THE WORLD.
For Bale, Plata tnd Quart, by varrj
Drngglst, Oroeer, or country juercnant.
look oot roa toavt
a O N D O N G I N S.
THE 0NL7 GENUINE aJtTICLX IS
HARLES' LONDON CORDIAL GIN
B. BALDWIN & CO.,
Importers, 01 Liberty Bt.,
, : ' NEW YOHK,
Bold lo Columbus t
UoKBB at RIBTIIAUXJSS
Wholesale and Be tail flroeera. Statesman BulldtDg.
0. A. WAaNBR. and others. -InOIneisnsU.br
BtlKB, B CKBtBIN fc 00.,
ooW-deodfcliw " andotneri.
CANADIAN A UNITED STATES HAIL
TO AND t'KOIH .
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec," '
' ' J. "and - .....
' The Montreal Ocean Steamship Company's Bret -class
full-powered Clyde-irailt 8 teamen tall every sat.
nrdar from PORTLAND, carrying the Canadian and
United Btatet Mall and passengers, . ,
NORWEGIAN. . NORTH AMERICAN,.
BOHEMIAN, " ..,y ANGLO-SAXON, ,i..
NORTH BRITON, ' ., HIBERNIAN, .
CANADIAN. . , ., .:N0VA800IIAN., .
Shortest, Cbeapext andQalckcetCeB
. -.6 '.. iraassajw iresa'-.'i
AKESICi, TO ALL mil Of, ID4oixV
; Katea ot FaeMage to H!Urope.J1 '
930. see. jso. i
Will tall from LIVERPOOL verv Wedsaamdar,
and from QUBBBO everf aataraawf tailing as
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and land alalia and
Passengers, to and from Ireland and Scotland. - '
ITT'Tbese 8 teamen arc built of Iron, m water-tight
compartments, tarry tech aa eapeneooed Borgton, and
tvery atttnuom as paia w tarn wivr wm wwuumv
tlon of passangert. Aa they preotaddiraat to LONDON.
DKRY, the great dak and delay ol telling at Bt. John's
It avoided. . , -. - .- --' -
Olttgow pataangsrs are fanilshed with -rasa passage
tickets te and from Londonderry ,
Return ttektte grantM at taauoea rases.' ' i
Oertifloates krsaed for oanring te and bringing eat pas-
ttngen rrom au UM principal wwaa oi wraat Britain ana
Ireland, at red need rates, by this line of ttsnatn, and
by tbe WASmNOXON LiNM till BAlLlMtt fAOItBCe,
leaving Liverpool every week, it .. . t... -Sterbt
Drafts lor St ant tipwarda pay
, able ia :nr land. Ireland. SJcat '
! . . , latta Walea. .. ,
For passage, apply at the Offlee. ttt BROADa
WAY) new nor a, ana 18 waiuhbsm,
BA.BKL ft KEABLX, OsBirar IgsnU,
Or to- -u j, H; ARMSTRONC. V
aolO-lydltvj , - i v Pttt Offlot, Oolambmt. Ohio.
- "'Ar ' ; ' ,y j '
- t Mi Sa mmt Blai k I" ' f-'
. . Maaeataaie aiaaia ursma iairoiasi -,
JroobaRobalftv3oods5.J IS : M .
t Balmoral SklrtatJ it .r. -Hil l). IK
iia X Ai,IMdcn,,KH'.Olovsv ,t ; i,,nc
n,. tr.il Boin ekirU.
,ki riau. HalrJItta.
.Ivtis tfi.'-' piaia Merlnoa.
BAIN A BON,
octlB ' '" No. W Boath High Street,
New York Market.
[REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN]
NEW YORK, Nov. 6.
OOTTOV -Firm and more active; tales 8300 baits at
S43Q4i0 lor Middling Upland.
- VtOUU The market a shade flmer with pretty good
basinets doing fur borne trade and exportation. Bales
of 117,000 barrels at Si KiVi a for rrjected; 9i aH
5 SO for superfine stale; 91 70A44 76 tor extra elate;
$i Siii (iO for superfine western; SJS 705 95 for
eommon (o tpedlnm extra western; S5 IteO uu for ship
ping brands extra ronnd hoop Ohio; SO 100 75 for
trade brands do. Market closing rather Arm . Cana
dian flour la a shade flrmcr, with only a moderate de
mand. Salrs 740 barrels at 9 S 4aV su lor aaperUne, and
9i 7 j7 SO for oommon to choice extra.
BY) PLOUE Qalst and steady al 3 VX&i IS.
UUHM MltAL Unlet and nominally unchanged.
WHISKY Is a shsde Armor wllh sales of 050 kb!s
WiHA.TA.bout lo better with pretty sood demand
fer export, nalas 9S,S00 bushels CbinaKo sprint; a' SI 15
IS1; laoo bntb Ksoine spring st I WWl!i3; 1UO.00O
bush Uilwankee eluh at SI Kllatl Del So.WHIboeh Amber
lowa at i K4( (5; red ttatt at si xws)i . ,
bash winter red western at l 891 3li 10 000 bush
Amber tUehtintn atl 34(SI 3i: red Kentucky at 1 33
1 35; white Canadlau at SI a-VsM U white Mlchlran at
(1 403)1 44: 13,000 bu.h white Kentucky at II 4a
1 Sii. '
RYB Scatoe and flrml talea of liOO bushels at Bio for
state. ' -
BARLBY Without material fbsnre; sales ef 5 500
bashels at S8o for state, and 06 for Canadian.
UOHN Opened steady and elosca active at about yes
terday's prices; sales of 111,400 bushels at OlXc for
mixed western; 62b3o for sood to prime shipplne do;
OJo for western yellow. - . .
UATtt More aotiye; sales at Kg?4ie tor Canadian and
4iSo for westsrn-and siate. I
POKtt Dull: sales of 1100 barrels at SISS1S iO for
mess, and 9 02(a8 75 for prime.
BIKV In fair demand; sales 500 barrels at 43!4 50
for country prime; ts5 50 for mess; ailSOtjtW for
repacked mess, and 1 13 50 lor extra mess. Prime mess
BaEI" HAMS In moderate request; sales SO barrels
wsstern at Hie. .
CUT HEATS-Qulet at 4Xi25o for shoulders, and
5Xc for hsms.
. BACON Continues steady with fair demand at
7o for smoked sides; sales 1000 ngxea Cumberland rut
middies lor December delivery on private terms.
LARD Unchanged, wi.h sales of 1300 barrels at 6H
BUTTBB Still rales arm with a fair business dolnx at
flio for Ohio, and imlbc for state. it
OUEK3E Dull at 47c.-
KICK Nomloally unchanged.
SUOAR nw coutlrines firm; sales of 290 Lh'iCuba
at S&SHat S5U hhds tleiado on private terms: 305 boxes
Havana post it IOo leOO bsire China at 0Xc; 3550 bags
Manilla at Jfto. , '
MOLASSha Qulel; sales 40 hhds Barbtdoes at 349
35o: so hhds Porto It oo at 404S4IC: by auotlon iuu ntds
CINCINNATI, Nov. 6.
Tha newa by the Persia, announced on 'Change, de
pressed the market for floor and wheat, and It was next
to impossible to sell either at Ihe decline. Sealers are
disappointed at ths turn the Kngliih markets have taken
and whilst buyers art holding off for further develop
ments, holders ars becorrlng more timid.
FLOUtt Could not have been sold to any extent at
tbe eloee at over (4 15 for superfine, tnd 14 20CJ4 30 for
W II BAT Was offered at lie decline, and closed dull at
75$60c for red, andtWi for white.
UOKN Kemalos steady at wit.
RYB Steady it 42 J143n.
OATS Sales it 26X27c.
BARLKY-Dull at 45:8500.
WHISKY Ad active demand at H,Lo, fully np to the
CLEVELAND, Nov. 5.
FLOUa-Qalet. No sales.
WHBAT Dull snd lower. Bales of ten cars red
on trick at 92c. and 10C0 bnahels do from store at same,
and one ear white at 97c shippers offering 90c. Busi
ness Is restricted ty nign ireignis cna scarcity or ves
sels. CORN No sales.
OATS Quiet at 23c.
IIIGBWIiB8-Dull and lower. ' No sales.
APFLR8 galea of ISO bbla green apples at t'2 00.
BUXTBR-Balesgoodat 10lSc - -,.,
., , Ltader.
MILLIONS OF MONEY
For an Inch of Time!
WAS ONCE THE EXCLAMATION n
a dying Qeeen. That inch of time can be procur-
. a much cheaper rale, and many long years oi
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS . .
enjoyed by consulting Sr. MERRYWEATUER, who
Is curing tne most ODinnaie ana lonK'Siwuing uurcn-o
of the CONQ8, HEART, LIVER, KIDNEYS, BLAD
DER, BTOMAOH RUBOMATI3M DISKA8KS PBCU
LIAR TO FEMALES, SKIN DISBA8EB, AND ALL
AFFECTIONS OF TUB UK ANU l.
r' Tfacte are Stnbbern Tbinira!
Bear what the Philadelphia correspondent says in the
"Commonwealth," Wilmington, Delaware, Uthof April,
"An English gentleman, formerly oonnected with tbe
British Army, and wbo styles himself the 'Indian
Botanic Physician ,' haa of late gained an extensive repu
tation here by bis skill In curing all manner of com
plaints. Borne of his patients I have conversed with,
snd tbey prononnce hit remedies and mode of treatment
at very taperior. Bone have been restored ss If by
magic. The medicine be uses Is distilled by himself
from various herbs possessing rare curative properties.
"While acting In tnt army he devoted hit Islsure mo
ments to a thorough study of the effects produced by
certain medicinal roots and hei bs on all manner of dis
eases. - It seems he bu found a sura and speedy reme
dy for all the 'Ills that flesh Is heir io.' His practloe Is
already extensive and is dally increasing. In the com
nlalnta to which Females art subjected, he baa no equal
u a large number here bave testified that tjicy owe not
onl tbelr present good health, but their lives, to the
skill of this Indian Botanic Physician."
Office 37 East State Street, Columbus.
eugl7-d3nO- " . - " .. "
HAS JUST RECEIVED, AND HILL
be In daily receipt, by Express, of
FRESH CAN & KEG OYSTERS,
from Baltimore and Fair Haven.
Call at Wagner's Oysterand Fruit Depot, No, SI East
J. IYL&V. KCERNER,
KTo 53,, , .,
Corner of Broad & Front Streets,
:!:. :'. ' "dealers in '.
GROCERIES. PRODUCE AND
i FOEEIQN &. DOMESTIC FRUITS, ,
KOTO, BAIT, IIQUOBS, ETC.
i OISTER3 BT THE CAN IN THEIR BBABON.
UlSJ-dly ' - ' ,
FINE & CHITTENDEN,
1 COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
' "JJST'ixjVL Street,
i t ; XClBots ef City Jadge ).
t - NE W YORK.; ;
. Boa. Jamaa Monetlef. N. t. Superior Court. , (
' Hob. H. B. Payne, Cleveland, O. '
'1. HonSUHlunktr,Laneasar, O.. ; . .1 h' " '
aev-ejssa:a .hi. " ' -
a t.KvasinRP.S KID GLOVES.
i. All aista and solon last opened at BlNS "!fJi
000,1 1 . Bottth High sUSl
f 1 1
i 1 1
f': They go; Kfghl i to HLis" Spot
Inatasst Uellef I . t imp fur Cent a,
. forlfy renr.Bret;.'2
( ' nt rests; (ben year Velcel"
' ABB . . ... w f' '
GOOD FOR CLERGYMEN, ' '
GOOD FOR- LECTURERS, "' : '
GOOD FOR PUBLIC SPEAKERS'
GOOD FOR SINGERS,
i GOOD FOR CONSUMPTIVE
GBNTLEMEN OARBT - - V"
fe ' t .
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIUN.
LADIIS ARB Pf llflHTBO WITH
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTION.
CniLCRBS CHV FOB' "".
SPALDING'S THltOAT CONFECTIONS
They relieve a Cough instsntl)
They clear tbe Throat. .
Tbey give strength aud volume to the voice.
Tbey impart a delicious aroma to lir nreeth
Tbey are delightful to the taste. '
They are made of simple herbs and cannot
harm any one. I'.'j'JjA
I advise every one who has a Ooujhor a nuikr VIm
or a Bad Breatn, or any dlfBorflty of the Throat, to cai
a paekagt of toy Throat Oonfeetlont; they will relieve
you Instantly, and you will agree with ma that 'lhay
go right to the spot." Ton will .find lb eta very uaefo I
and pleasant while traveling or attending pabllo rnaei
Ingt for stllllngyoar Oongh or allaying yoarrtb!rst fl
yoa try one package, I am safe In saying that oo will
ever afterwards consider Uiem Indlspensablt.
Ton will find them at t'e Draggisia aLd Dal;ra It
My signsturs Is tn each package. All oliicrs r-
A package will be tent by mail, prepsid, on reoett
Address, . ,
Henry O. Spalding,
NO 4 CEDAR RTRKUT,
i NEW YORKy
CURE 0 (j
4, 7 c.ure .
CURE A '
Ity the use ol th'tse Pills the periodic attacks ut Her
tout or Sick Hfkvhicht, iniy bu prevented; and II uvet
at the commencement ol anattack inuueiliau relic! fv
palnand slckneas will beohuined. "
They seldom fall io removing the A'utusu an t
ache to which females aro so subject.
They act gently nptn the bowels removtug Oottf
For IMtrary Mm, Sudentt, Delicate Vernal.
and alt persons of ndantary iabiU, they are value
u a laaativt, improving the oppettt, giving In, ;
vigor Ut tha digestive organs, and restoring the ustui
elasticity and strength of the whole ara tea.. . -
THE CEPHALIC PILLS sre the result of long Irivtft
ligation and carefully conducted experiments, Vvii I
been In use many years, during which Una they turtt
prevenMd and relieved a vast amount of pain and sudor
Ing from Headache, whether originating id-- the tii. t
system or from a deranged state of the tfrmac. .
Tbey are entirely vegetable In their oompoutioi., .,.
may be taken at all times with perfect salety altlwut
making any change of diet, and (Aeaiawios aj ary
dltagrttabl taste remltrt if taty to aim In It er t)uxn
oKUdrm. - '
BEWARE OF COITNTEKFElTB I
The genuine have flresignatniesof Usury 0 ripaidlu;
on each Box.
Bold by Druggists and all other Dealera lo Medicines.
A Boa will bt sent i.y mall, prepaid, oa receipt er tbs
Prloo, Q3 Oento.'
All orders thoald be addressed to ,
IIENHV C. StAL.blNli,
48 Cedar sitrecta Nesw Voru.
From the Examiner, Norfolk, Va.
Cephalic Pills asrompllsh tha object for which the
were made, via.: Cure of headache in all its forms
From the Examiner, Norfolk, Vs. ,
Tbev have been tasted In more than a thousand), oasts
with entire suocees. - .
From the Democrat, 8t. Cloud, Ulluo.
If you art, or have been, troubled with tbe headache
send fur a box, (Cephallo Pills,) to that yoa may. bar,
them In case of an attack.
From tha Advertiser, Providence, R. I,.
The Oephslie Pills are said to be a remarkably ffect.1t
remedy for the headache, and ene of tbt very beet for
that very frequent oomplaint.which baa ever beta
From the Western R. R. Ouatte, Ohloago; Ili.'V ' '
We heartily endorse Mr. Bpauldlng, ant hit unrivaled
Fro Kanawha Valley Star, Ktnaarhar Va.-- ' '
We are sure that persons suffering with the htadsche
Who try them, will slick to them.
From the Bouthern Path Vlnder, NewOrleans, 1,v;' ;J
Try theml yoa that are afflicted, end we are sa. (hat
your testimony can be added to the already numerous
list that has received benefits that no other msd.cloe oari.
produce. . i
From the 81. Lolls Democrat. .
The Immense demand for tbe trtlclt .OaunaflcV'ilu?,
Is rapidly increasing. , . ..i. . - IT-x .5
r , -. '1S
Frou the Oasette, Davenport. loa. h ,. .
Mr. Spalding wonld not connect hit name wits, aa a-, 4
dele he did not hunt ton ossest real merit. ' w .
li . -!
JT7A single bottle of SPALDINU'B rkVEPARBD
GLU B will tave ten timet Its cost aonaaliy.f(
SFALDINQ'S PREPARED GLU 4M f&
SPALDING'S PREPARED QLVtlf1
BAVE THE PIwCBBf
OONOMtl . BMFilOealvi-'i'-"
JTj"'A Btitcs is Tistt Bavss Nus.''JTI ' '"a."
As aocldsntt will hsppea, tven In wall rtgalatel fatal ' 1
Hiss, It it very dusiraiilt to havt tome cheat- and) oser. .
venieot way for repairing Furniture, Tajrs, Crocktu -t,
f" BP ALDINO'S PREPARED flLOir '"tu, " v
meeti all aooh eaaergeociet, and nt boatehold oaa aSVr V
to be without It. It U always ready, and up te lbs sca
Ing point. WTJggfIJl j,, ITjRT house ' J J-e
N. B.-A Brash ascompaates each eottle. w u"ff
mate. Addreet, ' 'm fcu.jr '
, HENRT 0. BPALD1NO, . ,
: j. ' 1. i jBi te. Cedar Street, New Tort.
. . . i.u.. (I. .;1 . 'ty H
CAUTION. " i "'"
Ai certain anprtncipled persona. ate sttemprlt; SAS .A
I palm on on . sns not vapwung paww. imKaouti or a,
.PRBPABED BLUB, 1 would tswiim all personi te U.
mint betore purcnasiog, ana so uuu uteran name, ..
ILTBPALDINU B PREPARED 8LDE..O.
la 011 Ihtoutsids wrapper; all others are swladiiog
tertslts. aev ;
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