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SATURDAY MORNING, NQV. 9, 1861.
Rail Road Table.
Lira Mum flsieaavs It Kama B. E. ,
: j 'i Lmtw.i ' Arrive
Night Bipr.es, Tl Dayton, x;w m.
OlnalnvU accommodation. 8:10 A. Mj
par ixpMit v..
Mall and Aooommodatltmw 4:0 P.
Might Express, Tla Daytod, ;00 A. M. . k.tt
S:00 P. M.
19:14 P. M.
fl.n uuan.' Ai CunraLAMB B. B. ' . " V '
m.ht .........3:50 A. M. 1:3A.M.
New YorklSxpres. S:UP.M. 1:30 P. ,
: . :yi- r. ... J .'':;,". ?wm, ifMt....
0NTi Otiio H. J- !
Night Ixpres .'. i . k 4W A.J 1:30 A. M.
PlTTlBOiaBi OoLOBlUI OlWimiATl B. B. ;.. yv:
i !t Jo. Boaiwsoay Agent
Ooumsos fc Ihoiahofoiu, B. B.
(Oolokidi Ptqu fc Ihdura B. B.)
No. 1 Express 8.00 A. Ml 12:00 M.
No.t " ............ 3:00 P. M. 6:40 P. Mi
. ,"i 0." W. larra, Agent.
p . ftobat Court.
Items, of bustnoss transacted la the Probate
Court of Franklin county, Judge . Auitr, dur
ing the week coding Filday noon, November 8,
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' MaKftUGI tlOIHIM.
The nuoaber of marriage Hoeneei loaned was
twelre tbo aame namber as daring the pre
oedlne week. ' " : ' ?:' i -
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- ADMINIftTAATOBS APPOINTED. i
M. K. Earhart was appointed Administrator
of Michael Robr'a Mtt bond, $1600; C. P.
L. Butler, of Geo. W. Howell's et ate bond,
$19,000) Jamee M. Smith and James 8. Tate,
of Joseph WhitehlU's estate-bond, $4000;
and Alexander D. Forrester, ol Robert Forrest
er's estate bond, $8000
. ooabdUn momMD.'
, tloraoe Loomis wai appointed. Guardian of
Lawrence Wright, an insane man bond,
$1000.:: 1 ";"
DISOBAROID ON HABEAS OOETDi. vim
The following minors, having enlisted with
out consent ol parents or guardians, were dis
charged from the eerrloe on write ol habeat
eorptu Matthias Chiistman and Jabens Stump,
of Oelawaro county, volunteers at Camp Lyon,
and Henry Ferneding, of Dayton, a volunteer
at Camp Cbaee. '' " '
: .' a ' CRIMINAL TEAM, "if .
'. At ibe Criminal Term of the Probate Court
for November, most of the oases on the dooket
were either dismissed or continued. The only
case tried oj the jury was that of the State t.
J. D. Tuller, In which a verdiot of guilty wae
returned, and the defendant sentenced to pay a
fine of ten doll us and tbe oosts of prosecution.
Mom StceeH Prisoners. Twenty-eight pris
onare, caught In Western Virginia," at Grafton,
Gauley and Charlejton, were brought to Camp
Chase on Thursday.
Indcatrial ScHtftL. The managers of this
inatltntion propose to give a sapper at the City
Hall on Monday evening next, for Its benefit
The benevolence of the ladles should be en
couraged and seconded.- .' .
' Law Card The card of II. J. Wlie, At
torney at Law and Notary Public, will be found
In another column. Mr. Wruc is a young
la)sr, who has ioit opened an effloe In the
Odeon, opposite the State House. We cheer
fully recommend him to the public as a profes
sional man to whom business may be safely in
trusted. , In his care it will receive prompt and
diligent attention.- .
; LO" Attention la called to tbe card of the La
dles of the Church of the Holy Cross, In anoth
er column, of a Supper and Festival to be giv
en by them at Wenger's Hall on. next Monday
evening. From what we know of the ladies of
that Church, we have no hesitation In saying
that it will be Just the plaoe to go to drive dull
care away. Let everybody.go and give the la
dies a fulf house and a substantial benefit.
Religious Notice. There will be services In
St. Paul's Church, corner of Mound' and Third
streets, on. to-morrow at 11 A-. M. and 3 o'clock
' P. M. ..;,ii: 4"-. ' :.
Arrest of a Neoro Thief. Offloers Hofv,
S. F.Di Witt and Samoel Abbott, of Day
ton, arrested yesterday afternoon a well known
negro thief named Chablet Yorkev, alts Cha
letRibb, eltas Dennis Wilkinson, charged with
stealing a valuable gold watch and ninety doV
lars .In cash from Mr. Johnson, of Bellefon'
talne, In Diyton, on Tuesday evening last. Of
ficer Abbott punned the rssoal to this city, ar
riving here at noon tday, and with the assist
ance above stated, soon made the cabture. It
is said that this Is the same fellow who. robbed
Col. Whittlesey of $250 and other articles ol
considerable value while In his employment as
servant at Camo Chase, some three months
since.,., ., d " . , . ': ''. ,
. : aaaMSSSH
IL7, The noted Parson Brownlow, late of the
KnoxviUe Whiu. has been arrested and sent to
Nashville for -trial.':" : ' y
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13" An ezohange says, "tbe name of the of
ficer who led (he charge of Fremont's Body
Guard at Springfield, Mo , Is properly spelled
Zasonti.1;. In its next laaue, we hope. It will
give (he proper pronunoiation of he same.
. . Faui Rembt. Both the Zinesville CUuen'$
Prut aid the Zinesville Caurfer pronounce tbe
telegrsphlo report that Lincoln -was burned In
'effigy in that city on Wednesday evening, the
Sth lust.; false tM slanderous.'.. How the report
originated, or by whom it wae put la eircula
lion does sot appear. ., ... .
, BT Call 6n- W.'H. Rebtiiaosv 106 South
,Hlgh street, for the eholcsst groceries and the
finest fruit. . You will be pretty sure to find
that be has on band just the artiole end of tbe
' ' i - ' '"""::' ij f i
r WRB.maTT ilti1 $immu. imy "
olass company will favor onroltiaene with two
'of their chaste and lashlonable eiltrtalnments
on Monday and Taesday evenings of nest week.
jThey are highiyjrpken of by the press, and we
bespeak, for them s, full house.
Tnt K. G. O, AoiN-.The Ueveland Leader
Utea'that'on Wednesday bight, the ,6th Inst
itlplted States 'Deputy Marshal Andrews
brought ia" from Morrow eoanty three more
"alleged members of tb.0 Knights of the; Gold
,ert Circle from ; Morrow county b,. On being
Jroughf before United Stages, Comtnialoner
WHWrnett morning, they gave reoognlaances
to appear before the United States Court 6n the
lSih Inst. Their names ace Jenaoi?, Eeide R
, SwEETtiAND and Benj. Wiluams.
v0GoreraQi Cwiiuon left t!SHj oVTiirs
tJThe "Nineteenth" Regiment, Col. tutr
pasaed through the city, on Thursday erenlng,
oa lu way to Camp Dennlson.
O". A late German writer says that the peo
ple o( the United States can ohew more tobac-
dft, and blow up more steamboats, than any oth
er five nations In the world. ' 1 ',
: To MiUTAir Gentlemen .and Civilians
You will find Bt N. Gcndxrshumer's, No. 129
8. High street, next door to the Goodale House,
e large and superior stock of ready-made cloth
tag, and a like excellent stock of cloths to be
manufactured to order in the merohant tailoring
department of f bis establishment; ' Mr.,, R.
SrnBUNa, who superintends this department,
is a skillful cntter, whose ability and reputation
afford an ample guaranty that none bnt tbe best
of work wtll be made under hie inspection.
Our readers, military and otherwise, will find
it to their advantage to purchase their olothlng
ready made, or leave their orders with Mr. G
DxasHEiiixa.who is an old and experienced mer
ohant o( this city, and Is enabled, from the faot
that be bnve bis Roods for cash, to cell ai t
very low figure. '- ' '
Remember N. Gdndersheimer, Wo. 139 South
High etreet. . octl3-lmeod
TO EVERT READER,
IT la an indlipntablt faat, that If any ptnon wantt on
of thoM eomfortabla KBQUIalAUX BBAVBBOVBB
CO ATB, ha wtU uauall flnd than In large qnantltltsat
II any parson deitroni of owning one of tha lata ttjflo
of BflAVBB OVEB OOaTS. wlih tap Mtaohad.
don't braak your baada to leant where to Bad them, knt
go to tho
UArlTALt CITY A KG AUK,
' OppoaKe the State Howe. -:'
Ton will find them thai In all eolora, kept bjr " ' : . ,
Dm you never wear any of the BILK MIXED OAS
BIMBR1 SUITS, whleh are told at tha Capital Clti
Aroade? Boah in and yoa will find them In ptlae, at
, r .,, . MARCUS CHILDS'S.
YOU nay also be U want of PANTS and YISTB. and
then la but one eatabliihmeot In the Weat where
Pants and Teeta are to ba bad to all atripea. ahapaa,
styles, quantities and qnalltlee. and that plaoe la the
UAfll AL. till X AKUAUIS.
DON'T forf at the extensive assortment of fDRNI RH
INO OOODB, particularly In WOOLEN BHIdTB,
wblob yon can Snd In '-Bed, white and bine," at the
CAPITAL CI I X AttUAUK,
gaperlntended by Marans Chllds.
If yon wish to wear gnrnentf ITIADE TO OR
DKK, yon can do no better than to to to tha Mer
chant Tailoring Bstabllahmeat. next to the Arcade, and
select yonr goods from a stock comprising all oolore of
Beaver Oloths. Oasslmene, Bilk Velvet and Plmh Vest
ing, and. yoa will sore ly meet with a sood fit by nurohaa
. , . MAKCU3 CHILDS'S.
M1LITART OKNTLEMEIf, whan they eome to this
city, as strangers, and wish to get a UNIf OBM, It
Is to their best advantage to call at
Where a larte assortment of BLUB CLOTH and other
artloles belonging to the equlpige of an officer can be
had at very nwdarate prices.
in anon oau as
Vroprletor of that xtenalve bnslnass locality,
NO. SI, 83 and 95 HIGH ITREt,
Opposite tbe Btets House.
7M. II. RESTIEAUX,
" (8UOOI880B TO McKKB Jc BE8TIB AtUCj
No.1 106, South High , Street.
' . . ' DEALER IN "-.
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
FLOUR, SALT, LIQUORS,-ETC.
STORACE & COMMISSION
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring; Water Bte.
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W. B. POTTS &) CO.,
ind Hanafactnrers of Brass and Compoattlon Castings
. . tiniahed Brass work of all Veaorlpuons. ' .
Electro Plating and Gilding !
STENCIL CUTTING, &C.
febl'Bl-41y' . . ",- , '-4 ,
Colnmbns Wholesale. Liquor Store
LACELLE ROSS & CO.,
IMPOBTEE8 AND DEALEBB IN
Foreign and Domeitio Wines, Brandies,
sto. dec,. ALSO, .'
OLD RYE, MONONGAHELA k BOURBON
WABEHODiK AMD OIIICE, 824 SOUTH HIGH IT,
' - DEAIjEU) IN - '1 1
Groceries, "" j
'lvwj ,;ih Produce, '
r ....... Provisions,
. Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
muv-. . Fruits, etc. etc., . t,
c ' HAS BEMOTED BIS BTOBB IROU ' -
NO. 34. NORTH HIGH STREET;
'No. 106, SoutH High Street,
The old stand reoSnlly occupied byWU. MoDOHAXl)
.VT.y . "'V Its sh lliy receipt of "
; NEWv.AND FRBSH COODS
-"... -"TOcfc he trni-Hir-ai.n u i
Oatesip for Ossala r Ceantrr iircdnc,
Uj Goods leUrerad to City trade free of charge. QI
1 Oysters If Oystorsl K
Cm jGh.- JVGTGsVSJ JclXt-
TTAf JUST BECE1TED, ANB Wllit
JUU be Lp aauy reoeipi, ny wpnaa,
P3H, CIS, & ESQ 0TSTESJ
trai Baltimore and Vale Hawn. .
Call at Wagner's Oyster and fruit Depot, Ho. 21 last
P HINTED OTTORf AIT BEPSJ,
Hla Ottoman Olothj). - ,..
kt(enta and Black OheckTalsBClas;
.If).- i. roha BoDbaii Dress Ooodsj ..j
i Alexander.' Kid Olores!
ill .'i .! : . ', 'rail Hoop eklrto,
' Comts. Hair Meta,
rial a aieruos.
BAIN S 10,
eetlt Ho. t loath Hlfk Street.
THE LATEST NEWS
THE LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH
THE LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH From all Parts of the World.
REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.
THE GREAT REBELLION.
THE GREAT REBELLION. The President Subscribes
to the National Loan.
REBEL PICKETS NEAR ALEXANDRIA.
REBEL PICKETS NEAR ALEXANDRIA. NEWS FROM THE FLEET.
Bombardment of Port Royal!
BATTLE AT BELMONT.
[Special to the Tribune.]
Washinotoic. Nor. 7. -The trooos in all the
camps are industriously drilled by brigades ana
regiment. . - - . -
There are rumors in Alexandria that the
rebel pickets had advanoed so that their, nearest
outpost, which two days ago was fourteen mites
distant, is now only eight from that city. ' '
The President, to-day, took to the Treasury
$8 300 of hie unexpended salary and invested it
in 7 3-10 notes. This week e South Carolinian,
resident in Charleston, who has brains as well
as money, subsorlbed and paid for $10,000 of
Jacob M. Howard, of Miohigau, has been ap
pointed Minister resident at Honduras.
Gen. MoClellan has taken a house here, and
will Boorbe joined br his wife, who is now in
The headquarters of the army of the Poto-'
mao are soon to be removed to more conrenient
and commodious quarters, not far from the
White House. - i
A highly Intelligent and trustworthy senile-
man, who has been on duty In oonneotion with
the blockading squadron off Charleston, assures
me that since Capt. Marston took oommand of
this station, fire, weeks ago, it ia absolutely cer
tain no vessel has pnt to sea directly from that
harbor. Through narrow channels leading
among the sea islands to Savanoab and even to
points on the coast of Florida, small craft, snch
as sonoooers ot light dralt and sloops, may
bare made their way; but the watch of these
passages is not kept, it being impossible with
The division of Gen. Blanker now holds tbe
Columbia turnpike trom Long Bridge to Ma
son's Hill, their pickets' extending beyond An
nandale, six miles above-Bailey's Cross Roads.
They nave seen nothing ot tbo enemy, except
an occasional scouting party, for the last two
weeks. - '
Tbe movements of the rebels on the lower
Potomao are mysterious. . Ten days ago they
were busily engaged in increasing their forces
Ltbe vicinity ot Shipping rointand transport
or tbe last two days they have been remarka
bly quiet in that locality j not a gun has been
fired from their batteries. Their blockade of
the Potomeo Is not so complete, as vessels
nightly run the gauntlet - -
Tbe rebel schooner Page and the two cantor
ed schooners are still in Quantico ereek.
The election in the lower counties ot Mary
land passed off with unusual quietness. ' '
Washington, Nov. 8. Indications are that
the rebels have withdrawn some of their troops
from the neighborhood of Shipping Point. ' Tbe
lesser number of their camp fires, together with
other evidences, would seem to show there has
been reeent diminntion of their forces. Maybe
they are only playing possum.
. Great aotlrity prevails among our troops and
preparations are oeuevea to be In progress
which will drive the rebels from their present
position and speedily restore the unobstructed
or (be rotomao. '
[Special to the Post.]
Washington, Nov. 8. Senator Green, of
Missouri, has written a letter to a friend in this
city, in which he declares that he is in favor of
the Upion, aitbougb tbe (Government bas con
nsoated bis property. : v
Senator Andrew Johnson Is still engaged in
the West, addressing the people on the war and
urging a hearty support of tbe Government.
tie is erpeotea nere next week, to act ae chair
man of the Senate Investigating Committee.
. The soldiers who were removed from the E
street hospital at the time of the fire, have been
assigned quarters In the Insane Asylum in this
city. . A part ot that building will be converted
to hospital nses lor tbe present.
Mre. Lincoln will return from Eostoa on Sat
urday. ,' .'..'.
Secretary Welles received a dispatch at two
o'olock this morning from Commodore Craven,
of the Potomao flotilla, stating that the rebels
at and below Shipping Point were on tbe move,
apparently going southward, and that the
George Page had managed to get out of Quan
tioo creek and oreen along shore down stream.
General MoClellan received similar informa
tion. It ia believed the rebels are frightened
by General Hooker's growing intreechments,
and mean to take np i positions further down
stream, very likely at Mathias Point.
[Special to the Commercial Advertiser.]
The Navy. Department credits the news of
the expedition received by way .of rebel souroes
at Fortress Monroe. -
The Star of this evening: says that it has In
formation on which the editors rely, that yes
terday there were unmistakable indications that
tbe rebels posted on the lower Potomao were
making preparations to sena a considerable por
tion of their forces South.
The success of Gov. Uamble of Missouri, In
obtaining the aid of the general Government
for the defense ana paoincation oi tbat state,
has already been stated. . - ,
Tbe Intelligencer says the President, we
learn, has authorized the organization of the
militia of Missouri, to be employed In defend
ing tbe Stite against Invasion and suppressing
the rebellion within Its limits.
Tbe number of troops to be raised Is not spec
ified, but they are to be mustered Into the State
service, and armed, (quipped, clothed, subsisted,
transported and paid by the Government.
Gov. Gamble stipulates that there shall be
bnt one' Major-General of the militia and to
secure unity of aotlon, the General command-
ina the ueoattment oi tne west becomes also
the Major-General of the State militia by. the
appointment or coventor uamble to tbat post
tlon. .:r' ': ; :"
As many Urlgadier-uenerais are to be ap
pointed as there are brigades of four regiments
each, and Ibe staff offloers shall not be paid
more than tbe same are auowea in' tne regular
aervioe, whatever be their rank under the State
As the money to be disbursed In this servioe
la tha monav of the general Government, it la
to assign Its own staff officer to make the ex-
penditures) or it tne unitea disks omcers can
not bs spared from the regular service to per
form these dnties, men uov, uamnie is to an
point from the State militia such officers as the
President shell designate. ' ;
Washington, Nov. 7. Major voubledey, one
of tbe heroes of Fort Sumter, has been aasigned
to dot? as an assistant to Brigadier- Ueueral
Bnv. In charge of artillery, and will bave spe-
olal charge of tbe armament of the fortifioationa
ob tbe Virginia aide or tbe rotomao. h,-i v o
Arch-Bishop Hughes left for Europe Mast
Wednesday. Thurlow Weed was to leaver to
day It it understood they will be followed
a few days by Bishop Mollvalne, Ohio, and
lion. Edward uverett. .' Tbe visit or these gen
tlenten to Europe aeems to be made with the
approval of Government, ae all have lately been
here in consultation witn una President and tab
'News from the lower Potomac show
'enemy continued their -retrograde movements.
It Is stated by contrabands they have gone
nninta Bftatn or Virginia. . -. " "
The United States Sanitary Com mission hate
reported at length on the condition of prisoners
in forts in new xotk.
News from the Fleet—Transports
Lost During the Gale—Gen. Wool.
! FoWss Monboi, Oct. 7. The Bpaulding
left lor Hatteras last evening with . cargo of
eommlasary stores. -It li more than probable
that some of the troops will return In her.
! It Is understood here that Hatteras Inlet is a
plaoe of too muoh Importance to be abandoned.
Should the 20tb Indians, Regiment-return to
Old Point, its plaoe will Immediately be supplied
by a larger foroe. ; J
By a flag of truce ust from Norfolk we have
meagre news of tbe fleets the person who oame
down was bound by parole to reveal no partic
The steamer Union, with, a oargo of horses
and stores, and another transport, whose name
le not given, were lost during the gale on tbe
coast ot North Carolina. The orews of both
vessels, seventy-three In number, are now pris
onera at Ralalsh: N. C. It Is not known wheth
er any were lost but fifteen horses were saved.
The executive officer of the Minnesota states,
noon Information received bv tbe flag, that the
fleet was bombarding Port Royal, meeting with
a warm reoeptlon, tbe rebels having been for
some time preparing lor tnem,
The above reached Norfolk jp day by tele
The reported resignation ! of den';' Wool li
newa at Old Point. t-.u. ' :i ' : - (. r ;
The United States gun-boat Montioello will
leave for the blockade off Wilmington in a
oonnla nf it..' ' '
Gen. Phelps stales tbat the rebels tre bolder,
and more numerous fhaa ever ,eat Newport
news -i.. ;' k a . .-1 .
BiLTiMosi" Nov.': 8. The following State
menta wara made bv naaaeogers from Old Point,
They say the troops bave landed at Beaufort, 8.
u., where tbe bombardment nas commenced.
Report states that one of our war vessels was
disabled, i What saooeas attended tbe attack is
not known.- One report eaya tbat three Federal
transports were wreoked. Commander Tatnall
is said to be in oommand of tbe rebels.
Latxb, The gentleman wbo came under the
flag ol truce from Norfolk yesterday says be
brought all tbat was known in regard to the
fleet, and the stories' afloat attribnted to bim
are false. All he knows la (bat a dispatoh had
been received at Norfolk that one of our ves
sels was disabled by the rebel batteries and an
other was aground near Pott Royal. .
- Two vessels had been wrecked on tbe North
Carolina coast one the Union, and tbe other
Ssventy-tbree prisoners wete taken to Ral
Niw Toik, Nov. 8. A special from Fort
ress Monroe to the Times says our Meet 1s
bombarding Port Royal, which Is said to- be In
a critical condition and just ready to surrender.
The rebel commander had a small steamer n
der his control, and threatened to go out and
seise one vessel of the fleet, - which had been
driven on a lee shore with troops aboard.
A special to the Tribune says, one or our
gunboats was disabled by the. rebel guns, and
another went aground, and Capt. Tatnall was
about to take her. The report that tbe Great
Republic was lost, was incorrect. , ' .'. v '
Particulars of the Battle at Belmont.
Chicago, Nov. 8.-A speolal Cairo dispatch
to the Tribune gives particulars of the fight at
Belmont yesterday: -' - - .
Uur force consisted of tbe following Illinois
regiments: Twenty second,. Col. .Dougherty;
Twenty-seventh, Col. Bufordj Thirtieth, Col.
rouke; Thirty Hrst, uoi. Logan; Seventh lowa
Regiment, Vol. Lamanj Taj lor 'e Chicago Ar
tillery; Dollen'sand Delono'e Cavalry. -
They .leu uairo on the steamers Alex Bcott,
Chancellor, Memphis and Keystone State, ac
companied by , tbe gunboats Lexington and
1 tier. - . .: :
Alter landing the troops were formed in line
of battle, Gen. MoClernand In command of the
Lalro troons, and Col. Dougherty in command
oi tne Biro's roiut troops. ,
Tbey were encountered by tbe rebels seven
thousand strong, and fought every inch of the
way to the enemy's camp, making sad havoc in
tne enemy's ranks.
Col. Bufbrd was tbe first to plant the stars and
stripes in the enemy's camp. Col. Dougherty's
Kegiment capturea tbe rebel battery ot twelve
pleoes; two of which were brought away. Col.
Foukea'a men suffered greatly, as they were in
tront or the batteries beiore tbey were taken.
, After taking possession of tbe rebel camp it
wae discovered that tbe rebels were crossing
over from Kentucky for the purpose of attack
ing us in tbe rear. An order was given to re
turn to-the boat), when our men were attacked
by a reinforcement of several thousand from
Columbus, and another severe engagement took
place, in which our troops suffered severely. .
Our loes as far as ascertained at a late hour
last night is as follows: Thirtieth Regiment,
one hundred ana sixty missing, Major AlcUerk
en wouoaed and taken prisoner Twenty-first,
one hundred and forty missing. '--i
' Col. Buford's Regiment returned too late to
obtain any particulars. Col. Dougherty report
ed taken prisoner! Col. Laman reported danger
ously wounded. Taylor's battery lost one gun.
We bave taken two hundred and fifty prison
ers, a number of whom are wounded.
.The number of rebels killed was three hun
dred; the ground is completely etrewen with
dead bodies. Kebei uoionet wrigttt, Thir
teenth Tennessee Regiment, was killed. , '
Gen. Cheatam eommanded tbe rebels, Folk
being at Columbus. It was stated tbat Gen.
Johnson was wounded.""
Tbe eunbosts rendered efficient service In
covering, the'retreat, mowing down rebel with
grap. but killing some ot our own men. -m
A flag of truoe left Cairo this morning for
Columbus with forty or fifty wounded rebels, j
Gen. Scott's Reply to the Chamber of
Commerce and Union Defense Committee.
'nj '" - '.' :
Niw Yoax, Nov. 8. C. Godfrey Gunther de
clines the Republican nomination for Mayor; :
General Bcott received tne Chamber ot com
merce, and subsequently the Union Defense
Committee, to-day. In his replies to the ad
dresses from those bodies, he alluded to his In
firmities, saying: ."It Is my expectation to re
turn again to that country to whioh I am, like
yourselves, devoted.' All that oountry, I hope,
will eoon be made" np again to Its 34 States.
Although I have been compelled to retire from
the field, I bave the consolation to ba able to
assnre yon that the command of tbe army is in
competent bands.; I leave In the field Generals
of great ability. 1 Ma.-Generals MoClellan and
llalleok are of a high order of Intellect, of
sclentiflo attainments, and much ability in all
military affairs; of excellent judgment and dis
cretion. Under their oommand, and tbat of the
Brig-Generals, I have no doubt that tbe armies
of tbe country will be led to victory. I have
no doubt that in their hands the destinies of the
oountry will be safe; and J have no doubt that
they will achieve a successful and honorable
peace within a few months, and that the bless
ings oi peace will again De restorea to ui wua
In a reasonable period."
General Scott spoke in the highest terms of
tbe President, and said he could speak In simi
lar terms of several members of the Cabinet,
end thanked the committees warmly In his own
behalf, closing by bidding them an affectionate
good bye. ' --yM j
Important from Missouri.
[Correspondence of the St. Louis Democrat.]
SraiNoriiLD. Mo., Nov. 8. Gen. Hunter baa
not yet put into effeot any decided measure for
tha conduct of the campaign, but I am inform
ed be will adopt entirely , different, plana from
those of uen. rremoni. n '
. Col. Merrill was sent ont on a reoonnoissancb
yesterday with rourteeo nunareo cavalry ana a
section of artillery. lie examined the oountry
emnnd Wileon s Creek, but discovered no ene-
mv. their advance tuard having left for the
South Sunday morning.' The main body of the
rebels Is suDoosed to be still In tbe violnity of
naanvllle. . ... :.
Gen. Hunter bas little faith at (retent in
their having any design ef -attacking net be
will, however, have such reliable ioiot mation
of their numbers, position, etc, as to deoide hie
fntnra eontsei 1 1 1 ' - i
The troops are how apparently as 'enthuslas
tlo as ever, and the more they learn of th eir
pew commander, the better are they satisfied
ith him- Tola feeling iaalsostreonthened.b
tba high opinion entertained of Gen. Hunter bt
all the Old rtguiai army uiuwera.. ,,,,, f K n
'The reports that officers of many oompanleh
and TBfflmenW threw down thelv arms po4be
announcement of. thd removal of Geo. FremOnl
oannot be traced to any reliable source. V 1
. Gab J Hunter's position on the tootitrabahfl
question is understood to be as follows? -ltn
avoaa eomlna into eamp will be returned, and
suoh of them as are proved to be the property
Union men will be amy appraised eno. receipted
for. to bt bad how end when Congress may see
flU. ft. t- (. J '
i Oeef.' Aeboth bas concluded to remain in oom
mand of his divisions Col. A tlx rt, acting
lirlgadiet Gen W alaoiremato, and several
otoer valuable roreign c Ulcers, wbo at first ae
elded to leave, will reaming- ' ,.- -'
Marcus .J, Parrolt, of Ktnsas; his been ap
pointed on Gen. Hunter's staff.
. Tbe cannonading at Berooilo tome days since
Is said to have been a salute fired In honor of
some act passed by the rebel Legislature assem
bled at that nlaoe. -:,..,. -; , ;
Nov. 6. Aoootdlog to Information received
by Geoi Hunter. II le now eald that Gen. Price
has no intention of attacking us, and that if
pursued lurtber by us be win scatter bis army,
or retreat to Fort Smith, Arkansas, and await
further developments on the Potomao and in
Kentucky? 7 rj rf - ,
It Is very doubtful whether any further ad
vance of the main body of our army will -be
made, but lurtber Intelligence or tbe numbers,
position and designs of tbe rebels may ohange
tnie policy. . ,. -j , .
x General Slgel has been appointed .command
ant of this post. . . . '-. ;.i
General Hunter spent part of yesterday In
visiting tbe various camps and examining into
the general condition of the army,. and to day
he bas gone on a reoonnolsenoe South with bis
body guard, four hundred infantry and a batte
ry of artillery.
Brlg.-General Sturgla bas been appointed
chief of cavalry on Gen. Hunter's staff.
Gen. Fremont arrived by special train this
evening. He was met at the depot by an Im
mense and enthuslastlo- crowd of citizens.
Large delegations of Germane from various
wards of the city, escorted tbe General to hla
quarters, ia a torchlight procession.
Dabnistown, Nor. 7 .--There is every appear
ance of our army remaining in this vloiolty for
some time, unless an emergency requires Its
presence at some other point. - - - -
Columbus Retail Market.
FRIDAY, November 8, 1861.
The followtn. are tha rtml nnnrariAn. h.
Wm. TJ. Beatieanx. whulaaala and r.t.n m.
100 South High Street. - " . '
Corn at on
Battel 9. .....
Lard e k
Dried Apples bn
SS3100 S O.Bngarf
Holaases t ral....
Byrap ral. I
Tea k....e0cl OtKBl S3
(UoOoffea a a.
Si 00(3) 1 75
Dried Peeohea... 7SJ 00
White Beans bu.l Wm 1 23
Brooms a dos.
Potatoes, bn WZiilk
uay a ton
Bait In sack .15ai6c
Salt V bbl SI 87
Soap (oox) W
Hour f bbl
. IS 00
. 4 00
Beef e .wu. ....... u IS'
While Wheat do...
Rye flour a bbl.
Salt Pork Wowt.... tft&lOc
Wood cord.... Siwaitf
Candles. OnaL box,
Oheeae a S
Mackerel No.l hf bbl BI0 00
Mackerel No lqr bbl Si SO
Mackerel No 1 kits.. H 30
White Fuh per h'fbbl (3 00
White Fish per or bbl i 00
Hominy per buah
nnusy per. gall
Balsina,MK. Box....3 5
Layers " ....3 30
Sultan a a. 12ws
Cod Flib . Axl
ig a vwmi
Herring bbl OS 00
Corn Meal S bu..., toasoc
Krone, a B WVUHc
Wool Tvlna If n lh
10c Cranberries bbl... 7 CO
: wsu.y aavixw, . ' ,
r'-isfjeales at 4 50314 S3 lor net, red .niS'l Q
5S.r.5) for whltai market unsettled.
Cox aalea at 80o ' "..
Bra email sale, a 4.VJ30C.
Hv-aalesat7(S8. r "
foTiToaa alee at SS'SMOc.
Buns sales at 87c8i 184. ,
Salt rule, at I 65 per Ibl.
Whiti fun rule at SS 2530 74 per bbl.
Sugars, Teas and CoO.ee adraneingstill.
New York Cattle Market
.,.., BE PORT ,
New York Cattle Market FOR THE WEEK ENDING WEDNESDAY, Nov. 6. 1861.
total aaccurrs or cams or au, kikds, roa thi wax.
Aocordlna to tbe reports from the several markat.
plaoee-ln the ally, there have been received thisweck, u
oompared with last week:
Tarda. ' Beeves. Cows Veals. 8. fc. L.BwIne
Allerton's, Nov. S.
ao - last week.
Browning s, Not. 0, .
do but week,
Ohamberlln's, Nov. 6.
do Last week,
O'Brien's, Nov- 0,
do last week
Bergen, Nov. e,
do last week,
. HO ,
The prices current at the different yards to-dsy for all
Kiouiot noox wereaoo.s aa ioiiowi:
Prime quality, per 100 lbs 8 75 to 9 85
First quality, do 3 S3 to 8 75
Ordinary to good do 7 30 to R 00
Common do . 7 00 to 7 50
Inferior do 6 00 to 7 00
' BEKf CATTLE.
The "flat, stale and unprofitable" business transacted
Bull's Hsad la it week had the effeet to frirhten off
some or tne more umia aeaien; and as a consequence,
the supply on sale In the several yards waa more In ao-
oordance with tbe legitimate requirement, nf tbe "(rater
Diiy in mis city ana its suburban surroandlnirs
Brooklyn, Williamsburg, Jersey City, Aatorla. Boboken,
etc Of oourse prices were higher: but they were In no
wits sxorbltant, and afforded only a fair remuneraticn.
But some of tbe butchers who rank as second or third
rate complained of tbe high price., though the flrat clan
butchers, who experience no difficulty In selling at fair
prout. maae liitia or no objection to tne advanoed pre-
entiona oi noiuore, tnougn is tooa inem semewnat by
lurpriM. Tbe market waa much better, and the ranae
of prices was not so wide, a sura Indication tbat the
number of poor oattla Is smaller. Tbe ranee was from
6xo to SKctBSo, wlih comparative lew sales at the ex
treme rats, too nun or tne saiee were at about Bo
The offerings all old. Ineludlni a few amall lot. of Btata
cattle, wnicu oouia not una purchasers last week.
8HEJP AND LAMBS. .
Ths heavy receipt, during the put few weeks do not
appear to nave exerted a very unfavorable Influence on
the market, and all food grades continue to find ready
sale at prioes showing very little variation. Conslder-
Idk all things tne market le better than usual, and hold-
ore manifest much firmness In all their operations. The
following sales, in lota, at Chamberlain', represent the
market at other yards as olearly aa may be. The range
or pnoee may oare neen a little wider at tbe other yard.
but Ibe general sales were at about the same rates. The
sales In lots were as follow.: 39 .beep and lambs at MS;
63 do. at 85; 85 do. at l 35; 134 do. at 84; 3t0 do. at
93 73; 675 do. at 83 50) 301 do. at 83 Six; 403 do. at
385: 819 do .at 83 18X1 3X do. at 83 IS; 49 do. at
3i 336 do. at S3 t)7(tl 384 do. at t363K. and 337 do,
el S3 50.. , , i .
, 8WIN .
continue, in plentiful supply; but with a fair demand.
they sell abou t aa fast as they arrive at prices within the
range oi ctaexetauo. ..
, PRIOES Ot BHEEP AND LAMBS.
Prime quality per head....... 95 0038 00
Pint Quality - - do
4 00OS 60
Ordinary to good do
3 30(34 00
3 OOC913 50
Uomaon - , ao
a MKe3 oo
Com fed per It.
Still fed, . do .
New York Market.
[REPORT FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN]
NEW YORK, Nov. 8.
COTTON Continues firm;
nl.nit &t 9:4 UA.
; sales 8300, bates Middling
FLOUR Opened Ami but with only a moderate In
quiry for export and homo consumption. Tbe market
nioud dull with holder very, little more disposed to re
alise; sales of U.SOO bbl. at $5 SS SS for rejected;
tS 555 60 for uprnn stat; a lima is ror ex
tra sum; IS 80 fur luperfln wntern; IS 90
5 95 for common to medium extra western; li (HK38 00
far ihlDninx brands extra round hoop Ohio; 88 103
6 75 for trade brands do. Market eloaing quiet. Cana
dian flour without important enaag in pnoo anu in
moderate demand; sale, of 7&0 barrel, it li 5SSS 60 for
eaveraua.and SS 7lK7 78 for oommon to choice extra
CORN 1B All Quiet, and without material ohange in
W WSKt-Matket rules firm; sales ot SSO bbls at SIM
il)tc, ''. . ' .' . ' ; '
WHEAT Market about on eent better, With moder
ate axnort demand. Th decline in freights has impart
ed additional firmness to the wheat market. Bales of
18,200 bushels unuago spring at i xi, o,uuu
bushela very cholo northwestern club at 1 S3t ; 37,000
bnabals Racine spring at S121K(1 Si3, 41,000 buabela
Milwaukee olub at SI f(31 SS; 33,000 butheU Amber
Iowa at lliiSl7, th latter for very choice; 16,000
bu.hel. Canadian club at tl S4; 9,100 buabela- red stat
at Si 27 1 33, th Inside price for spring; 40.000 bub
als winter rea western ( i eutai u; 9(,wv nana
amberMlchirvBt14Xxai4B. " i ..,-. t I
RYE Quiet ana ana at vwaiaic.1 -v - i
BARLkX In better demand with tales of 13,000 buih
kissawfai. ------ i
00 UN About 1 tatter with pretty good demand for
export ananomeoonsnmpnon. aaie oi jvoww iwiu.i.
at 68 )f tor inferior mixed western; 034(904 sor goed to
prim shipping Inferior mixed weetern, chiefly at Inside
itrlnt. ' ' ' " " I
OATl r scarce sia firmer at4041afor Jsrsey,
and 43S434 for western Pennsylvania and stater - i
- pnuuUmrirM ta anlet without material ehanr m
price, Sale, of 100 barrels at 151 W for !
X7S for prlii.. " - ' ." "A
UUES Oonilnuaa SteaUV wnn aun oi ivu murw.-r
S)44 40 fot lty prim) i' 5 for wuntry ami
(tlOU lor repaokeu mast,
i m -M hH InMtin.
. iiKSf iiAU la fair, demasdi sals SS bMarla
HOa DresiM, ia soou ueauiw n nu pnvea wii
CUT KBATS-Ofoell and pr on allhtly In favor of
rareoaaerei wining saia. at X'5e tor ssoulders, and
lie sor bams
BACON la food dtmimilt ssles of 100 boxes at 7Ko
for Onmberlaad cab and for n.ort ribbed middle. .
iiAltu uontinne. arm wnn fair demand, chiefly for
BOTH a In food rrqoeetet baiter prleas; sales at8
iw lur vuiu, aou ixsw lur iibio
OBZIgC A enaue firmer at '7wo.
BUOAtt Baw, ia flraa at 8&8X0 lor fair to rood re
fln.ryi saletofOOhoiiBheada at 7xWXo tor Cobai 1v
B8X lot Koii Btoo, and 60 boxes and 43 bags on private
MOLAB3E4 Steady With moderate Inquiry; salts of
73 houbeads Barbadoes at 3436o: 10 barrel, do at 18a:
10 bhcii Porto Hloo al 42c. and bv anctlon SO hlidi da at
St'OOKSQnlet bat higher Chicago, Burlington and
wuineyux; unicago ana jiook menu oj; u levels
and Toledo 3e. .....
CINCINNATI, Nov. 8.
WW - was no
export demand, and the local trade bought very sparing
ly. Bales oonld not have been made in any extent ex-
oept at a decline. Buyera did not seem diapoaed to offer
oyer ot mr anpoiune.
WBBAT Wae aliadull. and wllb very limited Irani
aotlonsltlsdlillcnlttogive quotations. The tendency
a in i.Tor oi ooyer.
VOHN Henulna steady at We.
OATS liaro an uuwaid tendency. Tba aalea ta-ilav
ilAY Thin hire bain Urn. ul vlihln tha I..I l.n
days. Qovernment aente purcbulng about 700 tons
pruna ume oy ai iu. got tula quality Stf 50 la freely
WHI8KV- Advanced c, closlngatl3c.
POBK Tbere waa aoma Inauln for aid mm t nut
75, bnt it was bald higher, tbe stock, from sales snd con
signments, naflnc been reduced to a low point. The rev
waa a sale ol new tor delivery tbe last part of thin month
at a 10.
BAOON There was a demand for sides, rib at SL'o.
out m aoTiuce wai aiiou
MB ATS Sold at SXcOtc. for shoulders and
LARD 200 tierces deliverable this month, .old tllrfU
BCOAR Was In good demand at full pries,.
OIL Llnieeil firm atSOo. --
HOG a We beard of no sales. Ibe market is spirit
leu. IlAUs Sunar'curedwere offered to day at So,, can
vaised, snd 1,010 pkgaeommon. In bulk, sold al So per
fiound. Qovernmcnt should buy bams for tha army
d place of side., the change would be aecaptable to
CLEVELAND, Nov. 7.
VLOITR Bales of 300 bsrrels double extra red at f 4
ti i 100 barrels do. at 4 SU; and 100 barrels white do
WHHAT Ba'ejttflObu free on board at 93c; and 14
oars white at Wo.
OOkN Sale of 1 ear at 33c on track.
OATH Bale of ! cars ai !Uo
BiaUWlFKS Pile or iO bbls at lSc.
KOOB firm at 14o.
DRIED APPLKB Steady at 396e.
BUTTER Belling In a small way at 11 Yin for prime
new W. R. in small lota. ,
MILLIONS OF . MONEY
For an Inch of Time!
WAS OWCE TIIE EXCLAMATION OF
a dying Queen. Tbat inch of time cn be proenr-
a much cheaper rate, and many long years ot
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
enjoyed by consulting Sr. HIRRTW1 ATHKB, who
la curing tne moet oDitinata ana long-.uinaing
of the MJNG3, HEART. LIVER, KIDNEYr), BLAp-
TiRR STrtXArH RnRHMATIKM U1SEABB8 PECU
LIAR TO vEUALEa, BKIN DISICA8B3, Afiu ALL,
AIFB0TI0N8 01 TUB EYE AND EAR.
Facte are Stnbbern Tbluna!
TTnr what ths Phtladelnhla correaoondent mys In the
"Oommonwealth," Wilmington, fielawaie, 8ih of April,
"An Knollih Mntfiman. formerlv connected with the
Brlttih Army, and wbo stylea bimtelf the 'Indian
Botauto Fbjaiolan .' ha. of late gained an exten.lve repu
tation here br hi. .kill in curinf all manner of com
plain I.. Some of hi. patient. I bave convened with,
and they pronounce his remedies and mode of treatment
as very superior. Some bars been restored as if by
magic. Tbe medicine he uses is distilled by himself
from Tarlous herb, po.sei.lng rare curative propertlea.
"While acilug in tne army ha devoted his leisure mo
ments to a thorough study of tbe effects produced hj
certain medicinal root, and herbs on all manner of dis
eases. It .eerno be has found a .are and .pecdy reme
dy for all the '111. that fleah is heir to.' Hi. practice It
already extemWe and ia dally Increasing. In the com
plainta to which females are snbjeoted, he has no equal
aa a lare number here have te.tlfl.ed that they owe not
only their present good health, but their lives, to ths
skill of this Indian Botanic Fbysician . "
Office 37 East State 3treet, Columbus. . ..
OAS ADI AH ft UNITED STATES KAIL
" TO AND ritOM
Liverpool, Montreal, Queboc,
Ths Montreal Ocean Steamship Company's flrat -clans
ill-powered Clyde-built Steamer sail every KaU
nrday from POKXIanu, carrying wo vanaoian ano
Doited States Uall and passengers,
NORWEGIAN, NORTH AMsRIOAN,
" " NORTH BRITON, HIBERNIAN,
Sbarteet, Cheapest andQalcbcet (!on.
veyance f rota
AMERICA TO ALL PARIS 0? tlTR0P2.
Kates ot Passage to Europe,
Will sail from tlVIRPOOL ewery Wednesday,
and from QUEBEC every Saturday, calling at
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and land Alalia and
Passengers, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
TTPThese Steamer are built of Iron, in water-tight
compartment, carry each an experienced Surgeon, and
every attention Is paid to the comfort and accommoda
tion of passengers. A they proceed direct to LON DON
DEBS, th gioat risk and delay of calling at Bt. John's
Glasgow passengers are tarnished with ran passage
tickets to and from Londonderry.
Return tickets granted at reduced rates.
Certificates fanned for carrying to and bringing out pas
sengers from all the principal towns of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reduced rates, by thi. line of steamers, and
by the WASHINGTON LINE Of BAILING PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool every week. .
Slant Draft far 1 and upward pay-
able 1st ssnaiana, are
nana or w
for passag, apply Offic. 8 BKOAB.
WA VrSeW kork, and lt WATER ST.,
BABEt BZABIS, General Agentt,
J. R. ARMSTRONG,
Poat Offic, Columbus, Ohio.
PINE & CHITTENDEN,
: COUNSELLORS AT LAW,;; ;
QO ; aVall Sixreet,
(Offices ef Oily Judge ) .
J NEW YORK.
RjEFFJt TO .,, . I
Hon. James wonciiei.
Hon. H. B. Payne, Cleveland, O. - -
Hon. H H, Hunter, Lancaster, O.
And Seed Store, V
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thasaod Rabber Baltinc lea Leather, Bom and
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A ill rfn an colors lust opened at BAINS,
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SPALDING'S THROAT XJONFECTIUNa.'
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' ' '. .' . i.. jii a 1 1 ''
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They dear the Throat." ' ' i ' " u " '" .
They give strength and volume to the voice.
Tbey impart a delicious aroma to tbo bvekth
They are delightful to the taete. ,-n-'-:
They are made of simple herbs and OAOQOt
harm any one. '' ' ,WJ 1
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i!Vj -J t 4i.
I adviie every on who has a Cough or k husky Voice
or a Bad Breatn, or any difficulty of tbe Tbroaf, to 'gel
a package of my Throat Confrotlons: they will relieve
you Instantly, end you fill agree with me that :lbsy
go right to the spot.' Yos will find them very nsei's'l
sod pleasant while traveling or attending pabliatsseet-
logsfocstilllngyoarCoaghorellaylnf your thlrtpO If
you try one package, I am life In laying that yod jflll
sver afterwards consider them Indispensable, .-J U-L'
Tou will find them at te Draggleta and Dealers In
Medicines. - t,.n ... ' .'i,
Uy signature Is (n each package,
All others are
A package will U sent ty mall, prepaid, oa reoeipi o
Thirty Cent.. w
Address, ' "'.'
Heiiry : C. i Spaldiijg,!!
' H0''4fl'0EDAR 8T11T,
TT,, ... NEW YORK.
By the use of these Tills ths periodic attacks of A'sr
oous or BUM iiadaoA may be prevented; and if taken
at the commencement of an attack Immediate relief from
pain and sickness will be obtained. " - rr-
They seldom (ail in removing the Xautea ana ' "
aoAe to which females are so eubject.
They act Keatry uvea the bowol remoricg Cotl
lor Literary Mm, ' Student, ' Delicate . reaai
and allrsoni otttdmlary Aabitt, they are rains.'
as lamativ. Improving the appttU, giving kKva.,;:
vigor to the digestive organs, and restoring th watiir
elasticity and strength of th whoUsy.tem. . ' '
THI CBPHALIO PILLS re the resnlt of long love
Qgatlon and carefully conducted experiments, having
been la nee many years, during which Mm they hxT
prevented and relieved a vaat amount of pals and aaBer.
ing from Headache, whether originating tn the iwreove
system or from a deranged stat of the tiomM.1.'
They are entirely vegetable In their oompotitioi,, ao
may be taken at all times with perfect saletj althout
nuking any change of diet, and th abttnet ot any
dinaorteaiU tattt rendtrt it easy to admtnU er Am
The genuine have five signatories of Henry C Spalding
on aoa Box. , .
Bold by Drjigglsts and all other Dealers la Kediclnes.
A Box will be sent by mail, prepaid, en receipt of th
Price, QO Ooxats.
All orders should bt addressed to ' " v f
. 1IENKV 4J. SFAliUaHO,
48 Cedar Street, New Vara:.
Prom the Examiner, Norfolk, Ta.
Cephalic Pills accomplish th object (or which they,
were made, via.: Cur of headache in all tea forms.
from th Examiner, Norfolk, Ta. r .
Tbey have been ts(ed la more than athousaa4 cases
with entire success.
1 ' , - - .s js't
" from the Democrat, Bt. Cloud, Minn. i-i
If tou are. or hare been, troubled with the ffaadachii
send fur a box, (Cephalic Pill.,) so that yon may bave
them in case of an attack.
... , e:..'jtia A
from th Advertiser, Providence, R. 1,,, ,(,
The Cephalio Pills are said to be a remarkably effective
remedy for the headache, and one of Abe Very bast Sor
that very frequent complaint.whlch has ever been
from the Western B. R. Gaaette, Chicago, I1L
We heartily endorse Mr. Bpaulding, and hi unrivaled
fro Kanawha Valley Star, Kanawha, T.
We are sure that parsons sufferitiy With the hsadacli.
who try them, vrill stack to thea.. ,
from the South, ra Path V tale r. New. Or lean.,
' Try themf you that era afflicted, and an sura that
yonr testimony can b added to 4he already wuiatrou.
list tbat has received benefits tbat oo oth mdirwmn
produce.-,- ;J- -in;ris
froa the St. Louis Damoont.f
The IrmoenM demand tor- tbe article .Oenhallo Pllt.
Is vapMly lrlB. Avd K'1 ' It Vi.qt 4S
. Irow the Gawtte, Davenport, low. .4
, Sir. Scolding would not oonnect his nam with an as-'
tlcl he did net rnow to posaes. reat merit. -
0A .Ingle oule of SPALDING'S FRIPAKBO
GT.UB will save ten time It. cost annually. J(
it. i . . .-it- i f-'ii
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': SPAT DiNO'8 PREPA REt) 3LUK ?
' 6AVS THS WOE8' P-tt
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As accident wfH happen, vn In welt rewitlaetd txa
llles, it to rery dlratl to ha-re torn ebeap aadeoa
vonlent way for repairing furniture. Toy s Crockery
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meets til such merrnciea, and no booaebold can afferd
to b without It-j-Jtiealwaya ready, aod tottrf jjick
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4 Ro. 48, Cedar Street, Krw Vorr.
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Pilm uffon the nniuapeetlog public, rmitAtio:u of a
REPARED GLOB, 1 would caution all penona tor
teniae b-'ore nurchulnt , and ee that tb foil name.
JU"8PALDlNal PRBPARDLfJ,j; "
h. en tla oatsioVs wrapper; all ethers ar ssrindiiag
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