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SATURDAY MORNING, NOV, 16, 1801.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Probates Court.
Items of business traneeoted in the Pobate
Court of Franklin ooonty, Judg Alms', our
log the week ending Fililay noon, November 15,
1861: :; "
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
The number of rnarriage licensee Issued dur
ing the wek was eleven. :.. . . .!' , ,
PROBATE OF WILLS.
The following wills were admitted to Probate:
John Cooper's will, Ute ot Blendoo township,
deceased; Evan Reynolds's will, late of Nor
wich township, deceased and George Mo-
Cloud's will, Ute of Montgomery township, de
ceased. Elizabeth MoCloud, widow of the last
named, appeared In Court end elected to take
under her late haiband'aw 111. ... ,',
FINAL ACCOUNT FILED.
Administratrix of George Lewis Goels. ' ,',
GUARDIAN APPOINTED.
John F. Finks, Gusrdiua of Thomas Milton
Finks. ,
SETTLEMENT OF ACCOUNTS.
The following accounts of. Administrators
and Gdardiane were settled by the Court, and
the balances stated found in the hands of such
Administrators and Guardians:
First c Accounts Of Christopher Strader,
Guardian of Elizabeth Leeds $48.15. Of
eame, Guardlao. or John Leeds $7.93. Of
same, Guardian of Reese A. Leeds $128.73. '
Russell B 8mith,' Administrator of Henry
Smith 1119.5!). '".';t, "'."7
Wm. A. Crum, Guardian of James R. Oo-down-$263.99.
. . .
Samuel Kell, Eiecutor of Elizabeth Shack-hart-$377.96.
". ,
J. H. Singe, Administrator ot Lsypole R
rej $00.09.
Jesse Courtwright, Gutrdltn of Thomas J.
Gjldeuiith $979.33. '
Second Account Of Abraham Stlmmel, Ex
ecutor 61 Michael Stim met balance due Exec
utor $151 51, who buld in his hands notes due
estate, amounting to $5,464 33
Third Aocouut 01 Jobn L. Stevenson, .Guar
dian of Eaoch A. Needles bluce in Onardl
au'e hands, $1,226.45 -. ' . ,' . ...
. Final Aocouut Of laaao White, Administra
tor of Charles Roach $259 52, which has been
distributed t) the legal claimants.
Ot" Michael Kingory, Administrator of A. VV.
lackey-$629 33, which hse been distributed
to the legal claimant., ,
Of James Cherry, Adminif tretjr of Jonathan
Perrine-$308.65, to be distributed the estate
being Insolvent 'o general creditors at thereto
of 31 per cent, ou their respective claims.
Of jobn Cox, Administrator ol John Sey
mour accounts balanced. I : '
Of John Wagner, Guardian of Sarepta. J.
Phillipi due ward $478.67. . '
ORDER OF APPRAISEMENT AND SALE.
Of real estate, granted iu the case of John
M. Pugh, Administrator of Paul P. Rioe,
..gainst Margaret Rice and others. Appraisers
George Riordan. Jobn Short and William
Powell.
DISCttAROID ON HABEAS CORPUS.
Tbe following minors, having enlisted with
out consent of parents or guardians, were die
charged from the service on writs of habeat eer
pes: Daniel E. Allen, of Union county, a vol
unteer at Camp Thomac; and Wm. H. Botton,
a volunteer In the Filteenth Regiment, U. S
Infantry.
Board of County Commissioners.
THURSDAY, Nov. 14th, 1861.
Board met Present Messrs. Sparrow, Strait
and Slyh. Commissioners.
The following bills were passed upon and al
lowed: To T. W. Miles, $4.94f W. H. Prote
man, $45 00; M. C. Lilley, stationery for Re
corder, $30.00; to the same, stationery for Pro
bate Judge, $13.00; C. Lineman, for wood,
$45.90; and G. W. Huffman, for jail fees for
the quarter ending October lit, $474.73.
The viewers appointed on the Columbus &
8uqbury turnpike lying between tbe North line
of Mifflin township end tbe South line of Blen
doo township, made a report which was approv
ed, and tbe Auditor was ordered to issue a li
cense to said Turnpike Company, la thelneme
of the County Commissioners, authorising the
Company to erect toll-gatea thereon.
Coroner Gaver filed his bond, which was ap
proved. Tbe following order ws made-
Ordered That tbe Auditor pay no coqetible'
justice or witness fees, or any other lees, on
transcript from Justices of the Peace, unless the
same are fully Itemized and all the particulars
oo which tbe charges are grounded are set forth
in the transcript.
TUESDAY, Nov. 13.
The Board was engaged in granting relief to
the families of volunteers from the County Re
lief Fund.
Cocst c Common Plia?. The Court of Com
mon Pleas for this county, Judge Bath presid
ing, commenced Us. November term on Tues
day, Not. 13. Tbe Grand Jury were empan
eled, sworn and charged by Judge Bates. The
Court then adjourned to Thursday, Not. 14
The Court sat on that and the following day;
but, no business of much public interest was
transacted. IVe understand that the Greed
Jury hare more than the nsual amount of busl
ness before them, ''',, ,y. ''"Vr't ' -
MiLLiNEar and Cloaks.' Our lady friends
should bear la mind that Mrs.. Waolet opens
an elegant stock of Cloaks and Winter Bonnets
to-day, at her new store, south-east corner of
High and Town streets. .. Gire her si call, " ,
Faunf Groceries. Wat, H. Rraniiux, No
106 Sonth High' street, bason hand a large end
well selected stook of the'rery finest groceries
erer offered In this market, which he will solt at
very low figure. If you wish to save money,
be sore and' call at No. 106 Sonth High street.
'.-.. i
Soldiers Families. The County Commla
eiooere and Auditor were busily engaged all
day yesterday paying tbe monthly eonnty dona
tions to tbe families of soldiers. One woman
said she bad walked about twelve miles to re
eetTt her mite. .- . ., . iM! t l, V
Could cot some arrangement! be made by
some persons In eadt township to draw and pay
the small amount to tnese women na save
them the labor of traveling such distances t
-aW I mmmm
Great Drt Goods EnroRiim. Messrs. Head-
let, Ererly & Richards bav just received a
large end well selected stock ol Ladles', Misses'
nod Children's Furs, whloh they will sell ,t s
very low figure. , Also, a large supply of Ladles'
Cloth Cloaks and Cloak Cloths of every style
and variety. " Persons desiring any of the above
rtloles.now that cold and dreary winter Is com-
Ing on, should by all means give them a call.
iriTEUEGTiriC
TO EVERY READER,
It ft aa IndUpntablt font, Hint If any pens want
of tueee oomfortabl ESQUIMAUX USA BR OVER
OOASS.b will otually End Una !o large quentltlea at
Martha r'nii.iu'a
TS any pereon dttlrout of owning one of tb let etyle
JL OI U)I VdAVUiia, wim Hp, allaooea
don't break our beads to leara where to find them, km
sv to tbe . , - - - ,, .
, CAPITAL CITV ARCADE, ',
Oppoiltt the Btate Uoum.
Tou will find tben theie In all colore, kept to
MARCUS CH1LD3.
TVB Ton never wear an ot the BILK MIXED O Ag.
JL (IUKRa BCITB. which ara told it the Capital Oltj
Anwnr Moan in and yoa will nod them in pilot, at
. MARCUS CHILDS'S.
YO0 may alto bo la want of PANTi anl VI 8TB. and
then li but oni Mtsbliohment In the Weal whore
Panti and Vaiti an to bo had In all ttrloos. ihaooi.
lyiM, qnenUtwi and qaalltle, ana trial piaeo li tno
TVOM'T foreet the exteniW auortment of f tTRHIBH
U INO GOODS, tartlaularly In WOOLEN BHIaTB,
wnlen yoa can nna in "uea, whito and Clue,-' at tne
UArll Ala UITX AKUALei,
. , Buptrlntooded by tUious tlh'.ldt,
It jon with to wear cannontt KIIDE TO OR
VKHi yoa eon do do batter than to no to the Mer
chant Tallorlne Kalabllahmont, next to the Arcade, and
ttleot yonr (ooila from a itook romprlatog all oolore of
fern Ulotbs, OaMlmorea, Bilk voire end nuM veat.
logo, and yoa will surely meet with a good fit by purcbas
Ingat
. , . . MARUU3.CHILD3'B. .
MILITARY GENTLEMEN, when they eomo to tht
elty, aa trannra, and wlih to get a UMIgOKH. It
It to their beet adTaatage to oall at
Where a lane aaeortment of BLUE CLOTH and other
artlolao bolooglng to the equip, go of an officer can be
had at very moderate prtoet.
u anorteallal . , . . , . . . .
Marcus Childs's, ;
' Proprietor of that sitemlre builnees locality,
NO. Slt 23 etna 25 HIGH STREET
. Opposite the Bute Hon to. . - '
ootS7-d6m
MILLIONS OF MONEY
For an Inch of Time!
WAS ONCE THE EXCLAMATION OF
a dying Queen. That Inch ol time can be prceor-
a much cheaper rate, and many long yean or
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
enjoyed by eontnltlng Sr. HERBTWI ITHXR, who
la curing the moil obitlnate and long-ttandlng dlieafet
of tbe LDNQ9, HRART. LITER, KIDNKYd, BLAD
DER. STOMACH RHEUMATISM DISEASES PECU
LIAR TO FEMALES, SKIN DISEASES, AND ALL
AfFBOTIONS Of Till SYS AND JCAR.
Facte are Stubbern Tblng;el
Hear what the Philadelphia eomacondent tart In the
Oommonwoaltb," Wilmington, Deiawaio, 6ih of April,
vxtr.
"An Ingllth gentleman, formerly connected with the
Brltlah Army, and who atylea hlmaelf the 'Indian
Botanic Pbyalclan,' hat of late gained an eitenilve repu
tation here by hit tkiU In curing all manner of oom
plalntt. Borne of hit patlentt I hare eonrertrd with,
and they pronounce hit remedies and mode of treatment
at very superior. Borne hare been restored at if by
maglo. Tbe medicine he utee It dlttllled by blmtelf
from Tarkraa berhe pottetauig rare euratlre propertiee.
"While noting In tne army he devoted hit leisure mo
mentt to a thorough ttudy of the effects produced by
certain medicinal roote and berbt on all manner of dit
eana. It teemt he has found a euro and apeedy reme
dy for all the 'lilt that fleth la heir to.' Bit practice It
already extentlre and la dally Increatlng. In tne com
Dlaintt to which Vemalea are nblooted. he hat no equal
hi large Dumber here bare tettlfied that they owe not
only their present good health, but their Uvea, to tbe
tUll of thlt Indian BotantePhyilcian." -,
Offioe 37 East State Street, Columbus.
augl?-d3ni
Colnmbns Wholesale Liquor Store
i LACELLE ROSS & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCH4NTS,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IK
Foreiga and Domestio Winei, Brandies,
. to. eto.'.' ALSO, V
OLD RYE, MONONGAHELA & BOURBON
WHISKY;
WAREHOUSE AND OFFICE, 224 SOUTH HIQII ST.
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
tepSdlyis
Master Commissioner's Salo.
James 0 lark et al. )
vt. Common Pleat.
Daniel DeeReretai. I '
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF 8 ALB TO MS
directed, tram the Court ol Common Pleat of Frank
lin county, Ohio, I will offer lor tale at the door of tbe
Court Uoue in the olty of Columbus,, on ,
Saturday, the 16th day of November, A. D.,
IBM,
at one o'clock P. H., (he following deaorlbed real estate
aituate la the county of Franklin and State of Ohio, to
A part of In-lot No. S38, In the olty of Columbnt, be
(Innlni at a point on tb South line of Gay ttreet and
the North lino ot said lot, S3 feet 9 Inches Weat from the
Northeast eorner of tald lot; running thence Weal on
tbe tald North line of tald lot 6S feet and 6 lnchet;
ttaenoe South 84 feet and 8 loohea to the South line of tald
lot; theno Bait with said line 69 feat and 6 lnchet;
tttenoe North 6i feet and 8 inehet to the place of begin
ning; being the Watt half of aaldln-lotNo 839, leu 31
feet and B lnchet, heretofore eonveyed to the Truiteet of
the rirat Colored Baptut Church or Uolumbut by ram
uel Pike, by deed dated Peb'y 3d. 1841. being tbe tame
landt ordered to be oonreyed at aforesaid to Jamea Clark
and Sarah M. Bailey, heirs ot Samuel Clark, dee'd. -
Appralted at $9110 00.
elEOROl W. IHTPFUAN, fiherllT,
. . and Maiter Oommliiloner.
Prlnter't fee tS 00.
octlltd
NATlOrJAL HOTEL,
NB Aft UNI0S DEPOT,
COLtiMBUS, OHIO.
331- Xl3UTT3SrOIj3Dia.
' THEMB...
'ocU3-3m "
ONE DOLLAR PER DAY.
PRINTED OTTOMAN HEPS, .
Plain Ottoman OloUui . . , '
, Hagentaand Black Check Valencia! : ' , .
Broehe Honbaix Dreu Ooeda; .
, AUmoralSklrtot , . "
Alexanderi' Kid QloTei; "
, , . , ... Qora Trail Hoop eklrte.' ':'
" 1 Concu. Hair Nats, ' ...
Platd Uerinoe. '
, .. BAI At BOW, '
; oollS .. Ho. 80 loath High Btreet.
- M m w w J. a STIai
Attorney and Counsellor tt Law,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
OFH0B Ho. ST HIQII BTRIST, OSEON BUILD
INQ, oppoiltt the State Home.
Oolleetloni and other matters promptly attended to.
Xeferenoee giTen when required. ...
, novlMy 4
j Henry JS.coXx.loTr,
' (Ute of Phalon! BrtablUnment, H. T.,)
PROPRIETOR OF. THE NEW YORK
Paahlonable ShaTicg, lialr Cutting, Bbampoonlng
Uurllng and Srwalag Salooa, ) t , , .,, , , .. ,
SoutH Slab Str ove Bain'e Store,
rhere satlslneUoa will be glrea la all the Tarloot
branch,.
Ladles' end Children's Hair Droning done In the bstt
style.
tepl3dlf
THE LATEST NEWS
BY TELEGRAPH
BY TELEGRAPH From all Parts of the World.
REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.
THE GREAT REBELLION.
The Citizens of Richmond
Frightened.
Reinforcements for Gen. Sherman.
GRAND COUNCIL OF WAR.
Disturbance in Rebel
Camps.
ACTIVITY IN OUR ARMY.
APPEAL FROM WORKINGMEN OF
BALTIMORE.
A Large Quantity of Cotton Seized at
Beaufort.
THE CITIZENS PROFESSING
LOYALTY.
Pirate Sumter Captured
AFFAIRS IN MISSOURI.
The Rebels Retreating
to Arkansas.
&c. &c. &c.
From Washington.
From Washington. [Special to the Tribune.]
Washinoton. November 14. John E. UJev.
of North Carolina, a British subieot. was
brought here oo tbe Coeur de Lion . lie obtained
a pass at Richmond from the British Consul and
reached Matbiaa Point from Frederlckburgh.
ne represents tne citu ens ot Kicnmond to be
in a great fright at the eueoese of our Nary at
Beaufort. ' lie was sent bere by Uor. Reeder of
North Carolina to obtain two eons by the first
marriage of the late Judge Douglas, and carry
them South to prevent their property, valued at
ijuu.uuu, irom rteing eonnscatea.
A report was received at beadquarters last
night that the rebel forces in Northampton
county, Virginia, bad been reinforced and were
now five thousand strong, with ten pieces of ar
liuery.
Uen. Vix. who was here In consultation with
the President and Gen. McClellan last night,
discredits tbe etatement, and sets tbe whole
number In arms on the eastern shore at twenty
five hundred. Gen. Lockwood's force on the
border is much larger and better.
seven negroes belonging to tbe estate of tbe
late Jamee A. Washington, were brought Into
rort Livoo mis morning, wnence they were sent
to Washington. 1 .
Latest dispatches concerning Gen. Nelson s
victory received at tbe War Department, re
present the number of prisoners two thousan d
and i) Keen la numbers or rebel dead found,
four hundred.
Two steamers, one from Anuaoolis and one
from Fortress Monroe, have already sailed with
reinforcements for Gen. Sherman; others fol
low soon. Gen. Burnside's division, consisting
of sis regiments, are expected to depart irn me
diately oo tbe arrival ot a portion ot tbe ves
sels now constituting the fleet at Beaufort. -
Major Jno. T. W. Graham, Second Cavalry,
has been retired. Tbe Retiring Board has ad
Journed till Saturday, when It will dispose of
tbe only remaining case ana adiourn sine die
Gen. Meigs has intimated that he deeired an
active command.
[World's Dispatch.]
Generals Stone and Banks are in town.
A grand council of war is to be held to-day
which will be participated in by McClellan, tbe
President, and all acting Major-Generals. Tbe
question of en advance will be decided.
Uur spies ana scouts report great disturbance
In the rebel ranks, and the rapid moving of
troops. There la also great activity In the army
[Times Dispatch.]
There is evidently an Intention on the part of
tbe uovernment to follow tin tbe blow so suo-
oesalully alruok on the South Carolina coaft.
Uenerai iiarney baa gone to fortress Mon
roe. It is thought he will take command of the
reintorcements and participate in tbe campaign
on tne southern coaat.
[Herald's Dispatch.]
Mr. Dodge, Chief of Police of Baltimore,
was bere to day, and reported to tbe war De
partment that Information was brought to Bal
timore this rooming by boat from Fortress
Monroe, that General Sherman had seised two
million dollars worth of cotton In the vioinity
of Beaufort, South Carolina, and that numbers
of oitizena there had professed loyalty to tbe
uovernment, ana were soliciting arms witb
which to organize and protect themselves
against the rebels. .
It is reported upon good authority that tne
rebele are about lour tbousand strong at Win
chester and three thousand strong at Leesburg.
Kebel pickets seep a close watch on tne river
opposite Poolsvllle and that vicinity, fearing
Gen. Bank or Stone "will cross. Just above
roolsville tbe river is low enough for iufantry
to ford.
A private letter received in this city from tbe
Gulf squadron, states positively that the pirate
Sumter bae been captured, and that her crew is
on ooara tne augers on ner way Horin.
Wabhinoton. Nor. 15. The Naval Retiring
Board baring found Commodore Lawrenoe
Kearney Incapacitated for public service, he has
by tne direction ot tne rresiaent, oeen placed
on tbe retired list. Tbe law provides lor vol
notary retiraoy for those who have been forty
years in tne aervice.
Wm. S. Sneer, of Ken tuck v. has ben an
pointed Consul at Zingiber, and Hinton Rowan
Helper at Buenos Ayres.
For the information of applicants to the Got
ernment, there is authority for saying that thus
far no deoislon has been made in regard to per
mitting trade In Beaufort or tbe vicinity.
Anson Stager, of Ohio, having received the
military appointment of Superintendent of tbe
uovernment telegraph, bas in accordance with
his instructions entered upon the organization
ol that department. I bus tbe Government,
under this popular and efficient gentleman
will soon have in operation a complete system
of telegraphs for the transmission and reception
ot otnoial intelligence from all available and im
portent points. -
A delegation of prominent citizens of Balti
more have visited Washington, to make an ap
Deal In behalf of tbe workinsmen of that eitv.
They eay by the violence and factloue opposi
tion of a treasonable minority Baltimore has
been Involved in disaster and distress beyond
what Is doe to the mere eslstenoe of a state of
war, and their troublee have been still fuitber
aggravated by tbe disabled condition of tbe
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, the priooipal ar
tery oi ineir trade and source of their prosper'
Nw York, Nov. IS. The steamer Bogoti
arrived at Panama on the 5th from Valparaiso
and Collao. Gov.. Blgler and family were
among tbe passengers, en route for San Fran
cisco.' - - . ,., ;., ..
Meigs has contracted with the Chill Govern-
ment to build the Valparaiso and San Faevo rail.
road, and his eontraots now amount to about tea
muttons. , . .: ,:,
The National Loan in Baltimore.
BatTiHORt, Nov. 16. The amount of Federal
loan taken by oltlsens of Baltimore thus far
$1,000,000. - i
From New Mexico and California.
New York. Not. 15. The) steamship Cbsm-
gioi
tb
ilon baa arrived with Panama dates of tbe
.Bogota was quiet under the Moeqaerp gov
ernment. , '
Gen. Herron Is on Lis way to Washington as
minister. .. -i -
It has been resolved At A convention of tbe
Confederate States to change the name of New
Granada to the U S of ColnmbU.
Tbe Paolflo Mall Steamer UnoleSam brought
down five hundred troops, a large amount of
rifles, etc.
A fight had oocurredat G nay mas, Mexico,
between the foreigners end natives. Tbe
American oonsul was In prison, and three
Americana were shot. It Is said that three
hundred Amerloans put fire hundred Mexicans
to flight. - " 1
Senators Gwinne, Calhoun Benham and J
Brent, of California, were arrested, as tbe Un
oleSam was entering the Bay of Panama, by
order of Gen. Sumner. Papers compromising
with secessionists were found aboard. Borne of
Gwinne' friends at Panama applied to the Gor
ernment to annul the arreste.on tbe ground that
they were made on New Granadlan waters, and
that tbe Uovernment bas do rigm w transport
politioal prisoners over their territory. General
Herron, who was an Intimate friend of Gwinne,
also used bis Influence. Tbe Government is
sued orders prohibiting the conveyance of tbe
prisoners across the Isthmus, and large forees
of soldiers were sent to the station to release
tbem as soon as they landed. Tbe United
Statee Consul went aboard tbe Uncle Sam. It
was finally deolded that tbe prisoners were to
be allowed to cross the Isthmus as such, and
the question of further arrest be referred to
Washington. ' .
Missouri Dispatches.
. SpRiKariRLD, Nov. II Slnoe the departure
of Generals Hunter's, Pope'e and Sturgfa's di
visions of tbe army, on Saturday last, lor at
Louis irom Warsaw, nothing of interest has
transpired here.
Generals Slgel's and Asboth's divisions have
returned from their position south of bere,
which wss merely a feint to protect our with
draws), and will nnrob for St. Louis via Rolls,
la a day or two. Hpringfleld will be entirely
evacuated, and a large number of Union men
ot the city and surrounding country have left,
and will continue to leave witb tbe army, not
being willing to risk their lives in the hands of
the rebels. .
Sterling Price began to more witb bis army
of twenty-seven tbouKand men and twenty-five
pieces of artillery, on Saturday morning, toward
Pinevillo, McDonald county, In tbe extreme
southwestern corner of tbe Slate.
Ben McCulloch broke up his camp on Friday
night, and the next day was marcbiug toward
Berry ville, Carroll county, Aikausas.
A gentleman recently a prisoner io the rebel
camp, says ibat Pi Ice designs to go into winter
quarters at Cross Hollow, Wsshington county,
Arkansas; that all his rebels who wish to go
home, have already returned; and that those
now with him intend t) fight outside of Mis
souri.
Liavikwoath, Nor. 14. Tbe first Kansas
cavulry, Col. Jennison, bas left bere for Sedal-
la, Mo , to protect supply trains and otner uov
ernment property at that and neighboring
points. .
Gol. Jeonison has issued a proclamation to
the people of Jackson,. Lafayette, Cass, John
son and Pettis counties, Mo., from which the
lollowing extracts are made:
"We march to enforce the laws and sustain
the Government, and every loyal citizen Is ex
pected to give evidence of bis loyalty br active
efforts for the protection of tbe flig. For four
months our armies bave marched througu your
country; your professed friendship bas been a
rr&ud; your oams ot allegiance nave oeen
shams and perjuries; you fed tbe rebel army;
you act as spies while olaiming to be true to
tbe union, weaonot care aooui your pasi
political opinions. No one will be persecuted
because be diners irom us; oui neutrality is
ended. If you are patriots, you must fight.
If you are traitors, you will be punished.
Tbe time for ngbting bas eome. brery
man who feeds, harbors, protects or in sny way
gives aid and comfort to. tbe enemies of the
Union, will be held responsible for bis treason
with his life and property. While all the prop
erty of Union men, and all their rights, will be
religiously respected, traitors will every where
be treated as outlaws, enemies of God and man,
too base to bold any description of property,
and having no rights whloh loyal men are bound
to respect. The last dollar and the last slave
of rebels will be taken and turned over to tbe
general Government. Playing war is 'played
out,' and wherever Union troops are bred upon.
the answer will boom from cannon and desola
tion will follow treason. AH tbe land between
Fort Leavenworth and the beadquarters of the
army of the West is under tbe jurisdiction ol
tbe United States, and we propose to have a
regular road over it, and sate communication
through it, no mattsr at what cost oi reoei
treasure and blood."
News from Rebel Sources.
Baltimore, Not. 15. Tbe Point boat has
arrived here.
The Charleston papers of the 13th Inst, stats
tbat Uenerai JUee is making extensive prepara
tions to defend Beaufort and tbe places not oc
cupied by General Sherman; that the negroes
are engaged removing cotton and o'.oer properly;
and that two Yankee gnnboats are aground
near tbe village.
Tbe Charleston Courier states tbere is little
cotton stored at or near Beanfort. Messr.
Hope and Bayard, who reside on Hllton.Ieland,
set fire to every building on tneir premises ana
their crons, leaving a mass of rains behind.
Tbe guns or tbe i.ady uavis and Huntress
have been placed In a battery at Port Royal
Ferry, under command of Col. Donovan, where
a stand will be made.
A large number of families have left Savan
nah for ud the country.
Un Saturday last, according to toe Charleston
capers, there was no sign of General Sherman
taking possession of Beaufort. The Rutledge
Mounted tcmemen started lor neauiort on Bun-
day morning. A detachment ot mounted rifle
men of Col. Clingman's North Carolina Regi
ment, wae also on the way.
Tbe Charleston Mercury condemns tbe man
ner In which tbe Confederates have prepared
lor tbe emergency.,. ..
New York, Nov, 15. The Champion brought
asva.uuu in treasure.
Among the passengers were Senator Nee
mitb, Gen. Sumner, Lieutenant-Colonel Mer
chant, Captains . Budd, Booth, Hendrlokson
Stewart and bnideri Lieutenants tiiibert, Uan
dy, Harden and' St. Clair, and seven hundred
men or tbe ii Infantry, lit senator Gwinne
was also a passenger under arrest.
Tbe steamer Uootzscoieos irom rort Koja
Wednesday, 13th, P. M arrived here laet
night.
The troops had all been landed, and the stores
and ordnance from the varioue vessels of tbe
fleet were being rapidly discharged. A number
of the transports would soon be ready to leave
It was rumored tbe Union pickets on tbe op'
Doeite elcfe of the island near the bavannah fee
ry, had been attacked by the rebels. Rein'
forcemeats were being sect from tbe fort
The Federal troops would take formal pos
session of Beaufort on Thursday the lstb Inst.
Tbe Cootzacoleos passed tbe gunboats Monti
cello and Connecticut on the 13tb Inst, off Fry
log pan Shoals, bound south. '
Tbe large ungnsn steamer loaoeo wun muni
tions of war for the rebels wae captured by i
United States frigate and taken into Key West,
is no doubt tbe Pineal, which was known to be
fitting out at Greenock with the Intention
running the blockade. ,
MmviLLi, Nov. 15. Reports from bead
Quarters dated tne 13;b Inst., received this even
log, through reliable gentlemen who were at
fiketon,say tnat our troops attacxeo inereoeis
one thousand strong, who were posted on a bill,
killing eighty-live to ninety and tskiog fifty
prisoners. Tbe rest icattered. Col. John 8.
Williams was the first man to ran away. Six
of Col. Marshall's men were killed and fifteen
wounded i his horse was shot under him. .Fif
teen of Col. Fiffe'e men were wounded, but none
killed, , Tbe above Is reliable. .k .
; St. Jonhs, N, F., Nov, 14. The steamship
Arago, from Asv I otk, passed traps Kaoe tbie
morning at nine o'olock. She eame close In,
bnt it wu Impossible to board her, as a fright
ful gale was blowing, and a sea running it
whloh no boat could live. The spray blew com
pletely over the Arago. . No dispatches were
consequently piaeed on board.
Rebel Ships Seized—Arrival of Arms
and Army Clothes.
New York. Not. 15-Meter. Gwinne', Ben
bam and Bright have been' released, on parole
not to leave the country without ine-permisaion
of Government. ; .
Tbe ships Ljdla and Jobn Cottle were seised
as rebel property to dav. ' - v i..t.
Tbe steamship Edluourgb brought A small
quantity of arms, and her manifest shows an
Immense quantity of blankets and army olotbs.
A letter from Hilton Head of the 11th statee
that the entire Fresnel Lighting Apparatus,
formerly nsed la tbe Hunting Island and Mar
tin's Industry Light Houses, wae discovered In
excellent condition In the arsenal at Beaufort,
and were taken to the Wabash and will be
plaoed In their proper position.
Specials state that the rebels admit the lose
of Immense quantities of cotton, stored at
Beaufort. . .-
Tbe Navy Department will recommend a
large increase of the naval foroe for future ope
rations on the Southern coast. i .
Additional by the Niagara.
Latiit via Quxrmstown, Nov. 3. Revolu
tionary movements are taking place among tbe
student throughout Russia. The dlsturbanoee
Moscow were quelled by a military force. A
petition Is belog elgned largely for a constitu
tion. Monster meetings or tbe oeople were
expected on the return of the Emperor to Mos
cow. Too cotton market closed nnlet and un
changed; sales to speculators and exporters of
,e&u bales.
Breadstufrs firmer and provisions dull.
London. Saturday. Consuls closed at 93lT(c5
93 for money. Illinois sharee 383e
discount.
Zollicoifer Still Retreating.
Louuvillb, Nov, 15. General Buell has ar
rived. . t
A letter to tbe Journal from Crab Orchard
says Z)llicGffr retreated oo Wedneeday, block
ading tbe road from Cumberland Ford to Cum
berland Gap, by blasting imniente rocks from
tbe hills Into tbe roads.
The Third $50,000,000 Loan to be
Taken.
New York, Nov. 15 Tbe Secretary of the
ressury had ao Interview witb tbe committee
of the associated banks this afternoon, at which
arrangements were made for tbe taklog of tbe
third $50,000,0011 loan.
COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
Columbus Retail Market.
FRIDAY, November 15, 1861.
The following are the retail quotation! corrected by
m. II. Rettleaux, trholetile and retail crocer. Mo.
100 South High Btreet.
Wheat. 8i30ftS 0. Sugar
10!le
uata t ds vuc
Maple do U0400
Oornf on. ......... VOc
Molaaae ml 60s
Batter A 14' 10c
Syrnp gal EOrfSl 00
Lard 9 A &lfe
Tea a....eo,l OUtfl SS
Tallow a IkaVOel
Klo Coffee .... 17lIHo
Dried Applet P bn.. 00OjjTedo.
vac
Dried Feacnei... 3 00313 23
White Bean, f tm.l 00311 2J
Rice f 12ko
Brooma dot.. SI OOaal 75
naiVton. .'. SS 00
Fotrtoet, m.
403WUc
salt In tack
Salt bbl
. 15 oji.V
Soap (box) .... ixSWc
. SI 87
Kionr f bbl 95 00
Beef e ewt.
Hamif a
Shoulders
Bait PorkVcwt...,
. SI! '
White Wheat do 3SS
... lie
'Bp
S310c
rtye rionr bbl... 00
Candlet,Tallow.bx. 12Xo
Oandlea, OpaL box. . ltie
wood cord....
fim 25
Oheeee &12
Mackerel No.l hf bbl S10 00'
Hominy per bnah SI 00
Wbltky per. gall. iSl CO
Mackerel No lqr bbl SS 50
Mackerel No lkltt.. Sj'i SO
White Flab per h'f bbl S3 00
Bauiot, W K. Box.. 3 S
" Lavert " ....3 SO
White riah per qr bbl B2 OOl
Bultan a 12tto
ood run 9 a...... h?
rin Sj WliffilS
HerrlDt bbl SJ OOiPranet
I3
Corn Meal bu. ... 4050c' Wool Twine
l?o 9 lb.
Run dot 14c Oranuerrlet 9 bll... S7 fid
Dried Beef l?Kc
WHOLESALE MARKET.
wmLT RIVIIW.
ti or talet at SI 4094 SO for new red, tnd 14 75
5 00 for white; market uniettled.
WaxT-alSU3l 00.
Ooiim aalea at SOo
OiTt-aalMdullat 18c.
Rrt small taut a' 4&350C.
Hat aalea at S738.
Potato talee at 35&40t.
BiANt talet at 87c S 1 Si.
Bilt rnlet at I 05 per bbl.
whits visa rale at SO S530 73 per bbl.
Began, Teas and Coffee advancing ttill.
New York Market.
[REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, Nov. 15.
COTTON Market quiet and without material chanrei
! Mlddline Doland at 24c.
ILOUB Exhtbtti a little mors aotlvity and It a shade
firmer, without change In price. Balea of S6,700 barrele
at 83 SOW' rr rejeoied; U3 westa o.- ror tuperflne
atate: 8S SS(315 f0 for extra lUte. S S06SS 55 for an-
perflne weatern; 83 65'S5 90 for eommon to medium
xtra weatern; 83 9394 00 for thipping brands extra
round hoop Ohio; 80 10(38 73 for trade brand! do.
Canadian flonr rulet Srmer: talet 1900 bblt at 83 S06S
55 for tupernne; 93 ivai su ror common to choice
extra.
BYE IXOTjB-qulet d tteady with talet at 83 53
40.
CORN MeAI Bteadv with tales of E00 bbls Brand.
wine at S3 80.43 31.
WHISK.X A shade eatlir; tales 900 barrels at Sl'if
21o.
WHBAT Fully one cent better with aprettj eood
demand for export at the ad ran cat sale of 48.500 buah-
en Chicago tpnng at i evwi m; is.uoo buthelt
RaciD tprinff at 81 3391 90; 78,000 buah Milwaukee
club at 81 20S130; 37,000 Amber Iowa at 8130131;
9,400 bath red ttate at 813aU 36; 8,400 bath Can,
dlan club at 81 89; 40.300 winter red weattra at 8 lis
1 89; 10,900 amber Mloblgan at 81 4031 41; 14 800 bnah
amber Green Bay at 81 30; 9,400 white Kentucky at
1 4W9lbO; woo white Ohio, India na Michigan at
1 401 48.
RTE Scarce and very firm; sties or 3,500 buihels at
83S84o.
BARLRY quiet and arm; tales or a 1,000 bothtlt at
io. Canada 03fE)75o forttatt; prime Canada and weat
ern 85.
CORN Market ruled very firm, but leea active and
without material ehange talet 146.000 buah 6So: danwred
mixed weatern SckaVOOo, good tound ahlpplng dos&oat
ana in ewre at iw, wearern jeuow I J.
OATS Quiet and steady at 4SO40) for Canada and
46S48c for weatern and ttate.
POBK-Heavy and lower; talet of 100 bb li. it 814 00
(At 14 SO ror men; s uveu ao for perime. The gov
ernment contract for 1300 bblt prim matt wu awarded
at 814 93.
BKEI in fair demand, without material change in
prlret; talet 900 barrele at 8S)4 SO for country prime;
855 30 foroountry Dew; 8U 8050(813 for repack
ed metai $13 for extra meat. Government contract for
extra mesa waa awarded at 844 37X. .
HKr BAata wuiet; aalea of 10S bblt prim western
at loo.
COT MEATS Role dull ud rather eatlea for thou d
eit; sales at 4M4Xo for shoulders and 05Xo for
name. .
DEAD BOGB Active and firm at 50.
BACON In good demand, obieflv for future delivery
at6v7w.
LAHD Market contlnuet quiet; sales of 100 brrrels
aix'Ho.
BD1IE a firm, with lets doing for export, at 1014
tor uuio. sou jsw ior atate.
CHEESE Pltmat5K(7Ko. '
BCOAR Raw lets aotlve, but without decided change
in price; salt of 190 bbdt Cuba at 8:280; 69 hhda
Mlddltport at 3 V(SOo; by aucUon 90s hhdt at SV(SBHa
caeh.
MOLASSES It tteadv: talet of 10 hhdt and 90 bblt
Barbadoet at 369 38o by auction; 13 hhda Porto Rico at
cuFKitu bio more acUvt and prices a little firmer;
talet 4600 bar-at 1510o.
TALLOW In fair demand; sales 41 hbdt prime West
ten 9XS9X.0.
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, Nov. 14.
FLOUR Wat In fair demand, and the market ruled
firm, but prieea are unchanged. '
WBEAT-flm at full prices. Bed. sofflsso, and
white S&aOOo.
OATB The tupply of ear It net qual to tb demand,
ana prtoet wtni up to xexctwye.
uuitn unentngtd and nrm. witn a good dtmana at
full price; new Sic and old S9(S30o. . .
BARLKV waa in better damaud. and a lane baiiaett
wat done at 4334So for prime to choice fall. .
unonangea.
-
Enquirer.
Cleveland Market
CLEVELAND, Nov. 14.
FLOUR Sale bblt tuperfin at t4 00, and 60 bbl
India" doable extra red at 14 5U.
WHEAT Bale ol 4 red at 5o on track. 1 ear choice
do at 00c; B cart do at 97; 1 oar white at 98c; 1 ear red
at Mo, and B can white from ttore at f 1 00. Ihe mar
ket elottd firm at SSc on track. '
CORN BaletlCW both from Itor at 34o '
OATS Firm al Sic. - i ., -
HI8HWINE8-Sale of 80 bbl t 10c,
LARD-Saletef 14 kegt at 7Ho. ' -BQas
Ball with saws of 8 bbl at Mo,
Leader
;: Flannel Shixtings.
PLAIN, PL AI De BTHIPED dcT Wl LL-
JL at 1) . The moot (Xtentlve Itoea ut me eiv .
, Army Woolen Bockt. ,
A Shaker Ribbed Sock. u ,j- V- i t I (
' w Dnder Shirt and Drawer. rV ..'. ' -
it
Cotton tnd Merino Soolu. ' ? - i 1
Golden Bill Shirt.
(lent' KM Glove-' CW
Ctont't Linen Collar, Nsk Tie.
BAIN k BON,
ectlS Ne. 99 South High Btreet.
New York Cattle Market.
REPORT
lea tas Wamt Ikbun, Km asaav, Koy. U, 1801
total bsoswts er cattu ev u (lane, or tri wsbk.
Aooordlnf to the report froaa the etvtml aaarket
plaeet la the elty, there nave been seotlTtd this week, as
oeaaparea w" w. j
beep and
, Teala. Lamb Iwlse.
SOS 7M ....
'M 8, OKI
711 3,010
- 87 4,4v7 ....
I .... .... ''..
B'ves.
it Allertoa'S, 1 301
BreWulnf'S.M. W4
O'Brien'e. ST
Ohaatberlin'i.. SO
Boldba'rt, Ber. 1ST
Total Sttt
T'lpr'tweek. I.SOl
At. naaber
w'M'ty'r. 4.SG4
Oowi
43
H
S7
St
Total
....
....
104
100
(04 14.170
148 I0.7W
tS SOS
ll,3d0
47.SW
S8.05K
SM ' e49 .709 T,09 11,987
assvaa raoM ewraaaw mrm
A. Rf. Allertoa at Oo.. Proprietor of In Waablnsloa
Drove-ranla, 44th-t, report Utt Cattle la Market treat
the following eialee:
New York... .......... l,3S;0onnectIcut.. 00.
Ohio 1 ,771 'New Jeraey 61
Indiana...... 834 Teaa
Illinois
4V7I
uaoaaa.....
Mlchina
S3
404
Ken tacky.. ...........
Iowa
rennaylvanl.
Ulaeonri
Ouoclaw Nation
73
BEEF CATTLE.
Hnnbar reported for this market at forty-foartb
Street, OiUI.
I be prioea to-aty sre qaotea at iohowi:
rtrtt coallty 78 I Ordinary. . . .
..s ao
Rtediom vxaY7 I Aiua.
Bone Ixtra good Bee ret may be quoted at 8H '
The general areraie o( tbe narket it 7.
Tbe taoat ot the aalet are at 0(ai7Ko.
Prkel per head and per pound, of different wtta-hta.
Will be found In aocoaolt of talet of tnadry droTet.
Total somber ol Hteree received in the elty this week.
6,04S
Iblt It swo head more man laii week, and uei head
more than tbe averafe of laat year. Tb areraee nam
ber at each Wednesday market ia( year watil bead,
while tbe namber to-day being 6301 ahowa 1870 head
more than tbe average, and 17V7 bead more than thlt day
week.
THE CLOSE OF THE MARKET.
Wiineiday Jfo9, 13. TJnlreraal brl(htDat Io lb
weather, and aoltana! gloom a poo. ail tb owner of
eat'le. Vrlcet are not ao muoh worae than leaierdu.
but aalet are tlowtr, and no hope of aelllnf all oat. Tklt
It the report of every one we aik; and we reply, how
can any other reaullb expeo'ed, with 4,000 bullocka on
the market in one week, ai.d that tbe flrtt floah week of
the oonltrv teaton, and with all the bntchhra' tulli load'
ed with cheap pork and mutton, for we hare 47,0oQ
batchera' aniualt on the market. With inch an over.
whelnlnf supply, It It wonderful that beef cattle held
up at the price they hare told for this week, and they
would not, only that everybody appear to be Ruth of
money, and toarceiy any failure among Duicnere; put
there it a limit to their ability to purcbaee, and that It
the lmpoitlbtllty todltpoteof their meat. If they eonld
be tare of tbe weather remaining at el, they would lake
all ihtttock; but, at It ha. regularly turned warm and
rainy every Saturday for Rto weeke, they are not lure,
tnd tborefore will not take all the bullcckt off the tel
le re' handt; tome mui t be left over, and we matt leport
avtryhardclotlngof tht market for tbe poorest quail
THE SHEEP MARKET.
R'ctlpttthll week, 14,370.
Tbtie bat been a diatarbanee In the market for ptltt
thlt week that bae effected tht price of sheep about lite
toSSeabead. Some of the contractor! at tht hlgbeat
ratea bare backed onl, and other buyer will not pay
at high. We doubt If new oontractt eould be made
at 81 25 a pelt, where tht oM ontt at (ISO have failed.
The market baa been Irregular during the week. It
ran low and dull the laet dayt or I he but calendar week,
aad opeued rather lirely, with large aalea on Monday at
about tht figure, of that day week, and al offered were
told, though tereral lot, were kept oat of market ky the
mlimaaafunent of the Erie Koad about unloading at
Bergen. On Tueaday a ornlng we found tbe pent In
Sixth atreet well filled lid all the large buyer boldloa
back, determined to have reduction, at the report,
from Waahlogton Market were tbat tbe top pnee of
mutton and Umb waaets otntt a pound, end Ibat the
beat mutton rather outeold lamb. Our idea is that cal
cula Ion thou Id be bated upon not orer tlxcentia pound
for tht meat, and 81 SS for tbe peltt. That la, that a
theepweieblng one hundred pounda will not (ell for
orer 84 9. The tupply to-day in Sixth ttreet la very
lleht. compared with yetterday, but the market no bet
ter. At forty-foarth atreet, the tupply of lamb I
larga, and the market dull. Cheap pork aud poultry
begin to tall eerlaualy en tht prlct of iheep and lamb.
THE HOG MARKET.
Reeelptl for the week, SC.50S.
The report from tbe Superintendent of the Market I
44 Wo ft, lire weieht for corn-fed Hone, and 3K
3iJo 9 for distillery Bogt, with a very large (apply
and ready aalrt. The tupply I the largett, with one ex
ception in 1859. that wt hart ever had in any week, and
eoDiidering the number of live and dead Uogt on the
market. It keeoa up remarkably well. It will depend
entirely upon the weather whether thlt great tupply, If
continued, will tint the market.
weo. w. uorman rruurit int following at tut price oi
Uogt thlt week:
Live. Dead weight
Piritonalltr corn-fed. lane aire. 4 tlte 4HSo
Second quality corn-fed 3X(a4e 4X50
tint quality, amall alxet, fat and
prime, ror market nuicuere.... wic oxsa;te
large Ute ttill fel, fat 4 (t
Second quality tllll fed, fat 3(A-
4K
Sheriff's Sale.
V?m. If. BlchaiJt,
vt.
Jacob flodt.
GJq.;
Common Pleat.
TJT virtue of an order of tale to me directed, from tbe
li Court of Common Pleaa of franklin countr, Ohio,
I will offer ror tale at lb door or the Court Houee, Is
the city ot Oolumbut,
On Saturday, November 16th, A. D. 1S61,
at 1 o'clock, P. M., the following described real ettate,
to wit:
Lou three (3), twenty-three (33), nineteen (10), fifty
one (51), and ufly-live (55). in tbe town of Rome, Prai
rie townablp, in the county of Franklin, and State of
Ohio. Alto, 40 acret, mora or let, which tald Jacob
Flodt bought of John W. Baker.
Appralted at lot no. a, tvxa.uu
3(
" 19,
SI,
65,
" 40acrrtat
0. VT
30 00
950 00
90 00
(0 00
98 00 per acre.
HUfFMAN. BherlJ.
By Ed. Pavu, Deputy.
Prlnter'tfeei 0 00.
ootll-U
GALT HOUSE,
Ho. 178 North High Street,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
THIS HOTEL IS BUT ONE AND A
HAL? SQUARES from tb Depot, aodpertontar
riving or wtthing to tike paatege on any of the train,
will find the Halt Bout decidedly a convenient imp
ping place.
Paattngtr waked ap at all bears of the sight for any
of the trains.
Tarmt moderate, to mit the times.
ocl2S
OOXjTTStXZIXTISI
Machine Manufacturing Company
MANOrAOTTJRIRS Of
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS
fastlnrs, ITill-tJearlng, Kaehieery
AESO, ...
JELa.llvoa.dL Work
Of EVERT DESORirnOM.
coLCiriBrs, onto.
OHAS. AMBOB, Bup't- t. AHBOS, Tret,
deoll. lwa-tf
FIR8T
OPENING OF THE SEASON
OF -
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
A.T P. ROSE'R
I AGAIN OFFER TO THE PUBLIC
an enUr niv Mock of Good In my line, jutt purch
ased in New York at tbe oheapeet panic ratea ,all of which
I aball tell at the tmallett profile, for Oath. My cue torn
art mi f rfendt are reepeetiully Invited to call and exam
ine my Good and Prion, at I am determined to tell at
cheap or cheaper than any other bona In tb olty; and
atl doeny own Cutting, aod euperintend my awn buat
neat, I feel attwrod.from my long experiene lnbuai
neat, to give general tatltfactlon. The Anett of Work
men are emptojed, and all work don itrletly to Urn and
on thort notlo, aad warranted to St. Btraoger vmlUng
our alt would oonaalt their Interett by giving me a sail
before porchaalng eltowher. f. BuSB,
' ' Mtrehant Tailor, -'
marchSO-dly ' ' ' Oor. High and Tow it.
G
ENTLERIEN'S FURNISHING
fiOOBI.
Novelties In Neck Tie and gcarft.
" Byroa and Qarrot Oollart.
M - Embroidered Pocket Handkerchief!.
Parlt Kid Qlovea, superior make.
Goldea Hill Bhlrbjjvarlou ttjlt. 7 "f ' ; V ;
1 Boys Goldea Hill Bhirta, de v
Drivtagand Street Olovee, do ' ' ' '. ;
Hemmed Pocket HalxUerohlefa, varioo (tyta. V'
Half Uos aad Under (lament, , J - .
BAIN A 80N,
SprllS '' " No. t BoaUiHIgh street
B
OHHETIi RIBBONS TABS, AND
BuOHES, .., J-.WP---V
eprlU
N SB Soot Hiib ttrwrt
f.ww -.,.. ,,tv-".
M
"Be go Eight to th'ilx ,
Ittetaait nelieri aiap yen ret
rnrlff rr Breatit.' ;;:i.
ireMfthea fmt Teleet ' 1
j .'. '.' ' . ',', '"' " " " " "
ai2ixaixrjeac
THROAT CONFECTIONS r
' ARB - .-. .
GOOD FOR CLERGYMEN . ' '
GOOD FOB LECTURERS, , ' .
. GOOD FOR PUBLIC SPEAKER,
; GOOD FOR SINGERS, j ' :
GOOD FOR CON3TJMPTITES.
eUflLXMXBl OABIX
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTION.'
LADIES ABE FLIGHTED WITH
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS.
OHILURBN OUY JTOE ' " ' '
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS.
They relieve a Cough Instant.) .
The; clear (he Throat. .
They give strength and volume to tbe voice.
Tbey Impart a delloloos aroma to tit or ealhi
They are delightful to the taste.
Tbey are made of almple herbi aod ennot
barm any one.
X advitt every on who ha a Oough or a oaaky Vote
or a Bad Brtata, or any dlffloolty of tht Throat, to get
apackayeof ay Throat ConfroUoat; they will relieve
yoa luitently, and yoa will agree wiu me that 'the;
(0 right to tht spot." Tou will find then very tefa I
sod pleasant while traveling er attending- publio meet-
Ingl for itllllDg yonr Ooush or allay iDg year thirst -it
yoa try on package, I am aafa in ityuif that yoa will
ever afterward eonttder tbem ladltpenaabl.
Tom will find them at tb Draggtat aod Dealert ta
Medletntt.
PRIOE
TWENTY-FIYE CENTS.
My tlgnetar I CO each package. All than we
ounterfell.
A package will be sent by mall, prepaid, oo receipt o
Thirty Cente.
Addrtet,
Henry O. Spalding, -
HO- 40 OID1I 8TBIII,
NEW YORK.
C2 CURE
NervousHeadache
By tb at of the PHI tht periodic attack t Km
eow er Sldb BiaiMKt may be prevented; and If take
at tht eommeejoeaaent of an attack 1 mated lau relief from
pain and tloknett will bt obtained.
They teldom fail la removing the iVawM and
ooA Io which female are ao lubject.
They act gently ppoa tht bowel removing OoMt
kM.
for LUtrarp Iter. ShuttnU, Delicate Female
and all peraon. of t4tltntay kaHts, they are ealu
a laaatto. Improving tb appdiU, giving tons
vigtr to the digestive organ, aad restoring the aatu
tlaatklty and ttrength of the whole ettem.
THE CEPHALIC PILLS ire tht remit of long lave
ligation and carefully sondaeted experiment, having ,
been la aa many yean, daring which Mm tbey have
prevented and relieved a vttt amount of pain and taller
lng from Headache, whether erlglaating in the werwaWt
tyitea or from a deranged ttate of the etewaooA.
Tbey sre entirely vegetable la their aompoaittoi., tu.
may hi takta at all times with perfect aueti eiihoat
making any change of diet, end A abnet of amy
iitaarteabU tattt rmdtn U tan to mlmtoU r lAem
MWrta. - -'
.BEWARE OF OOUNTBaJBITS I -
Tb genuine hare fire slgnatai of Henry (I S pal ling
0n each Box.
Bold by Braggart and all other Dealers la Medidnee.
A Box will be sent by mall, prepaid, ea revtlpt of tht
Prioo, UD Oontcs.
AU ordert ahouid be addrcaaed to
HENHV V. tlFALDalMU,
48 Cedar Htreet, New Verk.
From lb Ixamlaer, Norfolk, Ta.
Ctphalie Pills aooompllth the oMeet for which the
were made, v).l Our o( headach In all It forma.
From th Examiner, Norfolk, Ta.
Thev hare been tea ted la more than a thou land eaaas
with autirt tuoceat.
From th Democrat, St. Cloud, Minn. ' ; -" ;
If roa are. or have been, troubled with lb headache
tend fur a box, (Cephalic Pill,) ao that yoa nay have
them la eat of aa attack.
From tb AdvarUaer, Providence, A. I.
Th Oephall Pill are said to be a remarkably efftctrt
remtdv for th headache, and on of th vers beat for
that very frequent complaint which ha ever been
oovered.
From th Watern B. A. flaaetU, Chicago, III.
We heartily endorse Mr. Srjaaldlnf, aad hi unrivaled
Cephalic Pille.
Fro Kanawha Valley Star. Kanawba, Ta.
We art sort that peraona nrTeriiir with the teadaoh
Whotiy them, will ittok to them.
From th Boatbera Path finder, HewOrlaana, La.
Try themt yoa that art afflicted, and we are ear that
your teatlmonyean be added to the already tulmerou
list that ha received benefit that aa ether medicine eaa
product.
- From th St. Louie Democrat.
The Immeneo demand for She artier . Cephalic FUle
ll rapidly tne ret ft ng.
From th Gatette, Davenport. Iowa. . .'. ' '
Mr. Bpaldtng would not eonneot hi nam wlm aa ar
ticle he did not kmm to pooaeet real merit.
TOA tingle bottle of SPALDDIO'S P&SPABAB
tti.ua win eave tea ante m oott aaaaanyg j
SPALDINQ'S PREPAftI GLUE ',
SPALDING'S PREPARED OLDS I
, SPALDINO'S pSePAREO OLUEl
SATS TMP110MI ' '
OONOMTI PrBPATOID
TjyA SnTca a Tute Bavsr Van.nJJl
Ataocidntt will bappen, rvea aa wall teraUted ram
(Ilea, at I very dealrabl to have eotao eheap aa oea
venlent way for repairing Furaltaiw, Coy, Crockery
"!' SPALDINB'S PKEf ARED GLU ) s,
mettt til each eaaergenele, as a aoweakoM eaa afford
tobewithoatlt. It ialway ready, and up to tbUck
'"''OSBFUI IN EVERT HOUSE. ' n .
N. B.-A Break aeonrnpania Sack hottl. " w
eeate, Addr, - .
,., HJ.NET CffPAttlHa, ..
( , . v .. . , Ne. 4S, Cedar gtrttt, Nee TerB. .
-CAUTION, f. -v t .,', , ,..t
' At tertala anprlaelplel peraont art attemptinjf t.
rtlm off oa tht autuapeeting publia, Imiutwst cf
RBPARKD GLCE, 1 weald caution all pfraua ti '
before parchMlni, and me that the full
TrjSPALllUiw'B PRBfAKaiBaLtiii., ?. U.
e tLeouUtd wrap pertall tnas are swiaLI
ItrfelU.

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