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Rail Road Time Table.
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fleTil.OlllO B. .ft. V , . ..nuurwt '''$
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I.r.rn.. Train:-, HfMAJ M. 1:30 P. U.
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No. i ixprtw;..:.."".' eon it m.
15:00
No. 8
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wt0.,ffi Smith, Agnt.
Rail Road Time Table. LOCAL MATTERS.
i bxAIK 0' MlOttAU FaLMK- MlCHitt. f At-
LOit. who was snot In bli owo house on Banday
evening,. Nov. 10, by one of a iquud. belonging
to Col;. CAinwoTOtf'i Reglmentdled yesterday
morning, the 20th Inst., from.the effeote of the
woond ,We Unit tbit lh promtBcd Inreitlg
(Ion into the facte connected with thin homlolde,
to giro It DO harsher Dime! will no take place,
and the result be made pnblio, : There is a sue-
plclon In the pabllq mind that the slaughter of
Fauvom was ODjuatiflabls: let that suspicion be
allayed, or.jhe guilt party or patties be' pun
IT ' 'i tW .
Accidini" piok SmokiHo -tA correspondent
of the Cincinnati Commercial writes from the
camp of the First Ohioat the mouth of Bait
river, at the base of Muldraogh'a Hill, on the
13th, that a melnnchoW incident occurred on
that day, In the tent of the" aon commissioned
officers of Capt.- Ha arson's company (Cleveland
Grays). Sergeant Ga'llowat wasrmoklng near
a box of cartridges, when a spark from bla pipe
Ignited therri, blowing up and burning the tent.
Galloway was severely lnJured.SergeantWma
set fatally, as Is supposed, and Sergeant Scott
Slightly.'"1" f f " l ''''' ' 3 ,- '! r.' :
AaaiVAt or Risil Paiioncu raoit Gdtan
Dm. Sli ' rebel prisoners, captured near
Gnyandotte' by Col. ZtioLii'e Fifth Virginia
Regiment, arrived at Camp CbaBe yesterday
Tnelf names are Chas. T, Everett, Peter Eve
rett, David Frampton, Robert Reynolds, Wm'.
C. Sogers and Stephen C-.Strother. Those
men are among the most prominent citiicns of
the (Juyandott neighborhood, one or two of
them being quite wealthy. The cause of. their
arrest, we underUind, Is alleged sympathy with
the notorious Jcseins and bis marauding band
In their resent attack, upon the garrieon at Guy
idottsA'.aXjt:il.v. J
rt jiw. i . - . ' - .
vPaT OF SOIDIMS HtLD AS PsilONIBS OF
Waa The following circular, has been issued
by the War Department': . '. . ' . .
The following plan for payiDg to the fami
lies of officers and soldiers in the servloe of the
United States, who are or may become prison
ere of war, sums due them by the Govern
merit, having been approved by the President,
it is-published for the Information of all con
cerned: -
Payment will be made to persons presenting
a written authority from a prisoner to draw his
pay; or, without such authority, to his wife the
guardian ol bis minor . children, or bis widowed
mother, in tbe order named. ': l'. ,.i.' -
Application for sucirpay most be made to the
senior Paymaster of the dlatrict ' in which the
regiment of the prisoner is serving, snd must be
eoumpinied by the certificate of a Judge of a
Court of the United States, of "a District Attor
ney of . the . United States, or of some other
party, under the seal of a Court of Record of the
State In which the applicant is a resident, set
ting for'h that the said applicant is the wife of
the. prieorer, the guardian Of his children, or
bis widowed mother, and if occupying either of
the -two last relationships toward blm, tbat
there li do one in existence who is more nearly
related accordion to the above classification.
Payments will be made to parties tbas author
Ized aud identified, on their receipts made out
In the manner that would be required of the
prisoner himself, at least one month's pay in ail
wasee being retained by the United States. The
offloer making the payment will eee that it Is
entered on the last previous muster roll for the
oar meet of the prisoner's company, or will re
port It, if those rolls are not in his possession,
to the senior paymaster of the district, who will
either attend to the entry or give notice of the
payment to the Paymaster-General, if the rolls
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L. THOMAS.
Adjutant-General.
Thi Ohio Foacc in Service .The following
statement shows the departments in which Ohio
regiments are serving, the names of their Col
onels, whether attached to brigades or not, if
attached, under what Brigadier, eto.:j . :
OHIO INFANTRY IN VIRGINIA.
3d Regiment, I. II. Marrow, Colonel, under
Brig.-Gen. Reynolds.. - . , V,"?.!...
4 ih Regiment, John S Mason, Colonel, nudor
BriBGeo. Keller. .'ua t .i, , t
6tb Regiment, S. H. Dunning, Colonel, under
Brlg.-Gen. 'Kellet.'Tr :.. . XV
Cih Regiment, W. K. Bjsloy, Colonel, under
Brie. Gen, Revnolde. .m ?. ,t a
7th Reelment; E.'C Tiler," Colonel, under
Brii.0o. Cox, l. :; -, V,'.,, '' "; V.V!
8th Regiment,-,-, Colonel, under Brig.-Gen
lTAllv." riaJ'. -i'i.' - fn'jti , x . '. .;-.-v..
SJih Regiment; R-'LMcCookkColontl, under
Brla?.-Gea. MoCook '(ectioe).' .-'V.-,'.
lUth Regiment, W H. Lytle, Colonely under
Brle.-Gn. Benham-." n
Alth Regiment, C4-'ii?)Yj'11!et,s Colonel,
under vrig.-uencox, ,. vj:i- ,., ,.
12tb Regiment, C B.j White; Colonel, under
. Brig- Gen. BenhamV m'"! !. -t
13th Rqelmeoti W. Sj'Smltbj,' Colonel, under
JtSri.-ueo. liennami t;.,..-! .u ..,..,
S3d Regiment, E. P. Sosmmon, Colonel, un
der command of Brig. Gen. Schccck;
:21th Regiment, Jacob Amineo, ColoneJ, un''
dor Brie.-Gen. Alilrov. ..!-'- r- i..n'
25th Regiment, Jas A. Jones, Colonel, under
2Gth Regiment, Edward E, FyfTe, Coloael, (in
der Brisi-Gen. Bckeackvp.M -v. x ' " f
.-Gen. ocbencK , ' ' t
leeiment, August Moor, Colonel, nbder
BnfMoCook:6' ;
leglment, Hugh B, Ewicg.Colonou w
28ih R
Brle.-Gen
80th Reelment,
dm BrlvGen. Sohenclb vi..-. 'j .oje.-J
j324 Reglmebt, -Tboi. ;B. JFord Colonel ubafe
JB4t)t ReguneDtrXTlSaDiieV'tialir Colonel,
U6th Rejglment,;Geori CrookAColonel,u(iat
37th Regiment, Edward Sibor, Colonel, unat-
taonedj""""'1''' ' """"'i jvrt.v ,
44tb RegiinenJ, Samuel A; Gilbert Colonel
47th Regiment F. Pershner, Colonel under
Brle.-Gen. McCoox (scune;. tr
Twenty-three regiments Iri'Vlrglnla'; Brig.
Gen; W. S. Koseoraoa, u. a, ..Army, command
log ut iepartmenii ' ' y.
IN KENTUCKY.
1st Regiment,' B. F. Smith, Colonel under
Brlir..Oen. McD.'. McCcoki f
Si Reglmentrtt. A. Harris,. Colonel, ,oader
Brig.-Gen Nelson. ; i
14th Reelment, Jasr B. Steedman,' Colonel
mnAur Brli?.-.Geri."Tbomai.""-
15th ReKlmontJ Moses B. DIoke'y?, Colonel.
17th Regiment, John Connelly Colonel
rtBr1e..Gen. Thomas.
18th" Reciment,-T." Rl Slanlef.-Colonclrira-
19th lit:gfpenCW2l ,Bea(?y1''Coone,I," m
attached. .
eMMin.eAWiSSlW
80th Regiment, Chas. Whittlesey, Colonel,
unattached, f - ; r ;i
2Ut Regiment, Jess S. Norton, Colonel,
under Drig.-uen. tncu, aiouooic. , ,
91st Regiment, Moses B. Walker, Colonel,
nnder ung.-uen. raou, mouooa. .. v
33d Reuiment, Joshua A. SHI. 'Colonel, un
der Brle.-Gen. Nelson." .
35th Realmont, Thomas Vandcv er, Colonel,
nnder Brig.-Geu. Thomas '
38th Regiment, Edwin D, Bradley, Colonel,
under Brig.-Gen, Thomas. , i ,
49th RoRlment. Wm. II. Gibson. Colouol.
ODder Brig. uen. Mco, McfJook; . " I -K
Slst Regiment, Stanler Mattha'wa".. Colonel.
unattached. . , . ' ' ' , -r
CiJlh ' Reglmiint, 'Jams'i, Fiffe. Colonel.
onaer urig.-ueu. XNeisonr
SiltsAn rAfflmnll In yAnfnrlrv. npIaArll.
Goneral Don Carlos Baell commanding tbe de-
IN MISSOURI.
27 th Regiment. John W. Fuller. Colonel, ub
dsr Biltr.-Gen. Sturgis. V j.
. 39th Regiment, Jobn Groosbeok, Colonel, un
der Brig .Gen. Sturgis. , . " ," ; '
.Two regiments la Misjoari, Mj.-Vn. Ui
leek commanding the department.-: .- -r
ON OHIO BORDER, SERVICE.
41st Reelment, W. B. Haeen; Colonel, Galll-
polis. ' t "
62d Reelment (G eonipabtes), F..B. Pond,
Colonel, Marietta, -..I i - i . i u
AgKreeate Ohio lnfantrv force In service,
Nor. 18, 1SG1, forty two regiments and six
oompanlcs, to which should .be added twelve
batteries of artillery, and seven companies ' of
oavalry. ... ' ' .;.;' V
The foregoing statemwit shows that while
the Ohio troops In service are under twelve
Brigadiers (excepting the Generals command
ing Departments one of whom, Roscorans, is
an Ohio General, In the regular army), only
foar are Obio Generals, Including R. L. Mo
Cook, of the 9th Regiment, acting Brigadier. ':
Tbe Brigadier-Generals In the volunteer ser
vice for tbe war appointed from Ohio, are rank
lne in the order of their names if date of ep
polntment fixes the rank:
J. D. Cox, R C Scbenck, W.' T. Sherman,
A. MoDowell MoCook, O. M. - Mitchell, Wm.
A.Burns, Melancthon S. Wade, George W.
Morgan. ' .- :
Eitrht Brigadiers for Dot less than fortv-flve
thousand soldiers la servloe. This allotment is
hardly according to the precedents of the War
Department.
In the regular service, Ohio bae one Briga
dier besides Rosecrsns, Irvin McDowell, wbo
commanded at Bull Run, which makes, for reg
ular and volunteer service, ten Ublo Briga
diers.
COLUMBUS
OPTICAL INSTITUTE.
Tho Beet Artificial Ileilp to tbe
lluiuan ttlgUt ever Invented.
' . JOSEPH 8. PERLEY,
PRACTICAL & SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN,
REEFS THE LARGEST ASSORT
merit of tha moit Improved kinds o( SpecUclts.
All bis Olanea, whether for ouar or far-ilghtcd, air
iround In oodcato eonvax form with tht groateit ore,
nu lo rait th Xyea of all eases, curing Weakness
Diiilness or InflammstioD of tho E;es, and Imparting
strength for long reading or fins sewing.
Office. 13 East ptato street, at Beltier t TTebiter's
llaslo 8 tor.
Oysters! Oysters!!
HAS JPST KTCEIVED, AND WILI,
ba la daily reosipt, bf Kxprsss, of.
PHESH CAN & KEQ OYSIERS,
f r?m Baltimore and Fair Haven. -Call
at Wturoei's Oysterand fruit Depot, Mo. 21 East
BUte street.
augSisU ; .
Sheriffs Sale.
John R. nuilard
Hard i
et al.
Doo. 3, page 101. . ( '.. '
Superior Oourt of franklin coun
vs..
Mary Young
ty, Uhio.
BV V1HTUE vr A WHIT OF VEND!
to mi directed, from the Superior Court of frank
lin county, Obio. I will Oder for sal at U dctir of tta
Oourt ilouse, In the eity of Columbus, Ohio,
On. Saturday, the 14th day of December, A. D.
lSbt,
between the hours of 10 o clock, A. Mm and 4 o'clock
P. II., the following desonbed resl eatatc, sltusto in
Franklin county, Ohio, to wlti ' ' --
A certain tract or parcel of land th the township of
Nornlch. hounded aud described as follows: ltoclnDlDi
at P. BV Avery's B. W. corner; thence E. on the line
netwaett the Avery snd Mertban Urawrora's une to tne
boundsryof thaO.P.andl. K.B.I thence N. W. with
th K. K. to Avery's line; thrace 8. with the original
surrey 11ns to Us place cf beginning, containing one acre
of land, more or less, being prt of surrey No. 3,453,
In th nam o( w ilitara varksdale. ,.r t - .
.Appraised at 1S0 00. w - - .
v-, ... , .. nawvrjKAn, pwiut
rrinter's rees, ao.uu. ,
nov3-dltfcwtd
)
Master Commissioner's Sale.
8. S
Eastwood
cod )
Superior Court.
Tl
B. Barrett
BYVIRTDK OF AN ORDER OF SALE
to me directed, from tha Superior Court of Frank
lin Oooutjr, Ohio, I will offer for sale, at the door of
th Oourt House, la the city i uoiumDus, on :
Saturday, the 14th day of December, A. P.
St one o'clock, P. M., the following described premites,
annate In the county oli raoklin, ana &iie or untu,
to wit: . '
Being the east part of the north half of In lot Mo.
107 of the city of Columbus, being thirty-one and one
quarter (31X) feet wide on front street,, and extending
westerly of lb same Width one buadred and thirty-two
(113) teat. - - . ,
Appraitcaatfi.iuu
Q. W. lTOFFJIAN, Bberiff,
and Muster Cutumiss.onerr
II. 0. Ncblb, Att'y..
Printer's rees tl 00..
nov7-dUtwld
'.Master Commissioner's Sale. '
WhltlngandQ. M. Parsons, V ' ' ' '
Kzecutors of a. giraa,' ' Doc.3 p. 3G9.
rs. " ( Superior Court.
AmosJ. Furbeertal.' -J '
BT rlrtu of aa order of sal to me directed, from the
Superior Court of of Franklin count, Ohio, I will
offer for sale at tbs door of the Gears Home, In the
city i polumbus, on. t ..y..:; i ,
Saturday, the 23th day of December, 1861,
Between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock?.
M-, the following described premises, to wiU
Part of lot Mo. 8, of Baker and Mitchell's suWlrlslon
of out-lot No. S3, Columbus, Ohio, beginning at tbe
Southwest comer of said lot No. 9, at the northeast cor
ner of the intersection of Mound end Seventh streets;
theno eastwardly on Alound street on bueared ana
twenty feet to aurlrata al ey: thence northwardly by
said alley to the mldillc of iid lot No. 3; tiience west
wardly parallel with Mound street to the front' un Ber.
enth street; thence southwardly on Berentu street to the
plsc ef begluning.
Appraiica as aiuuj.. L.
0. W.'HTTFFMA!, Sheriff, '
.jru A " inii Master OommissioLer.
Printer's fee 9i 00. rl. (;, . .!. l-i -
aoflSidltfcwtdf ,tu ..u--1, v
i, Master Commigsioner's, ..Sale, v ;
0. Baitfcger Admlnlstriitors1f ' ''' - v
tfuperlot Court
'. " D. fJi'Punaucki ei'al.'
Tit VIBI0B OF' AN ORDKK Of 8 ALB TO MB
U Oliwwu. irvui uio puperiur uvsn or s raaKlin ooun-
ty, Ohio, I win offer ret sal M th door of th Oourt
Boon In the eity of Columbus, on,. n p, u
Oh Saturday, the 28th df of December, 86!,'
kctween the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock" P,
th followingdescrlbed premises, siUw't In Inuikils
county, Bins oi uuio v wu: -in inn equal undivid.
ed fourth .parts of all th lands, Unemeuu and water
sowar leascu p; n am unswoiu. acunr memiierot ilia
Board etPublte Works, to Christian Barriuger, and torio
Isrrlngton by leas bearing data May 1st, 1H54, together
With th andirlded three-fourth parts f all the structures,
Improrements and machinery on said lands and of the
ppnrtenencesthefeunts belonging, and of all th rights,
benefit and prtrlleges wnatsoerer secured by said lease
to said leasts. Th premises abor referred to are situate
on the Columbus Feeder at the lock commonly known as
fisher's lock, and said premises ar commonly known as
the Uolumbus Mills. ' ' .. r . ,
' Terms of sale one-half cash on day of sal, one-fourth
in on yar, and one-fourth In two years, bearing Interest
at o pr cent., defered payment secured by mortgage on
premise. ' ,.
, Appraised at 3750. 'v"
H. B.-4hrsmlnlngnndlrlde4 one-fourth part ef th
property will be sold at the sam time aud place and op
oninaamieniis.i(.j -. .., w
1. m..
I i si aaojiat w. norm Air, stwritv ..'
I I .'-'"i la jnd Muter Connnlslooer.
tPririter's ft td 00. M t
0Tl7-dltWW.
THE LATEST NEWS
THE LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH
From of the World.
REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.
WAR FOR THE UNION.
Lord Lyons on the Capture of
Mason and Slidell.
HE SAYS THEY MUST BE GIVEN UP
OR REPARATION MADE.
Rebel Pickets Advancing!
FROM ROSECRANS'S ARMY.
PREPARING TO MAKE A FORWARD
MOVEMENT.
Roanoke Abandoned by the Rebels
After Destroying the Fort.
Cotton and Corn at Port
Royal.
AFFAIRS IN MISSOURI.
TERROR AGAIN REIGNS IN THE
SOUTHWEST.
THE REBELS PLUNDERING UNION
CITIZENS.
&c. &c. &c.
From Washington.
[Times Dispatch.]
Washinoton, Nor. 19. Lord Lyons has sot
behaved like a diplomatist since the news that
Mason and olldell were on their way to Fort
Warren. Although necessarily silent In his
official capacity, unofficially he Is almost Imper
tlnent In bis conversation. - lie assumes that
there can be no question between his govern
ment and ours tor the reason that tbe United
States must yield the point in tbe controversy
and will disavow the act of Captain Wilkes,
and must return Mason and Slidell to - the
bosons of the only power which seeme heartily
. i . . i j. i . . . i . n . ,.
10 ueeiro me uiBinemuerineni oi mia nepuDUC.
Edward Everett, Edward M. Stanton and
Rererdy Johnson bave expressed the opinion
that our right to take and keep Mason and Sli.
dell la unquestionable, -. ' " ,; : , ,
. Tbe rebel pickets bave advanced a mile or
two since Sunday.
Gen. Porter reports a considerable force two
miles from Vienna, whose purpose, according to
the rumors which reach here, is to sweep off all
lorage beyond Falls Churchv . -
Gen. Culluru, lately of Gen. Scott's staff,
has been appointed chief of Gen. Halleck'e
staff and chief of engineers. He leaves for St.
Louis on Thursday;
To day an engine aud oars run ont on the
Orange and Alexandria railroad beyond Spring
field, the first time since the Bull Run battle.
A complimentary dinner was given this even
ing, to Geo. D. Prentice at the residence of Col.
Forney. Secretary Cameron made a few re
marks. r " " "
(Times' Dispatch.)
- It is reported that Col. Ward H. Lamoo.eeot
in his resignation as U. S. Marshal for tho Dis
trict ot Columbia, that he mipht assume com
mand of his brigade, and the President refused
to accept the resignation, stating that he could
not spare him from his po ition as Marshal, at
least for the ' '
[Herald's Dispatch.]
A strong effort is being made here by prom
inent Kentuckians to procure an exchange of
Hoo.-una, a. Aioreneao, ot nentuosy, now
confined at Fortress Monroe, for Charles An
derson, of Texas, a brother to Brig.Gen. Rob't
Andemon, wbo was seined and imprisoned, by
the rebels tot hie adherence to the Union:
'Within the past few days, immense trains of
loaded ariur wagons, ambulances and artillery
carriages have been moving to Virginia. --Without
Waiting to ascertain now far the
act of Captain Wilkes la justified by acknowl
edged established principles of international
law, some of the Ministers from foreign parte
have allowed, themselves lo bo betrayed into
expressions exhibiting infinitely more passion
and prejudice than judgment and diplomatic in
telligence. Tbe representative of one power
has openly declared that if Mason and Slidell
bad been taken from a Spanish ebip he would
have immediately demanded hie passports.
Lord Lyon'ie said to have assumed" a menac
ing tone, and to have declared that tbe prison,
ere must be given up or ample reparation made
for the offense offered to tha dignity of the
British crown. ' Nothing of the kind has been
officially Intimated, but in ordinary intercourse
tbeee expressions ot disapprobation and hostility
have unguardedly been made. -r - '
[To the Associated Press.]
Diepatchea were received to-day from General
Rosecrana tbat the rebel Floyd with bis entire
force bad abandoned bia position near Gaulev
Bridge and had gone toward Rlohville, where it
is understood be intended to make stand.
General Roseorans was still at Gauley Bridce.
with his, entire command. Ha contemplates
m akice a lorwara movement as soon as necessa
ry arrangements can be made. . The health of
tlio troops was excellent, v. . ... ; : ., . .. ,,
[Special to the Post.]
Wasuinqton, Nov. 20. The grand review of
our troops held to-day at Ball's Cross Roads,
bas attracted an immense crowd or spectators,
and Washington ia nearly depopulated. Fifty
thousand men are under review by uenerai Mo-
Cletlan, and their excellent condition eliolta the
warmest praise. Tbe soldiers are ready for any
servioe tbat may be required, and tha reception
they gave tne uenerai snowed tbat they have
full faith in him as a leader. rf ,.','
Thirteen men of tha Fourteenth. Brooklyn
Regiment of New York, wbo were engaged in
tbe picket fight on Monday, are still missing;
it is feared that they have fallen into the hands
ol the enemy... . , .-....
The rebels continue their correspondence
with their friends In Washington, and their mail.
carriers la Virginia still defy, tbe Government,
carrying messages to and from Richmond with
out detection. .,(., ..-
A ridiculous report is In circulation here to
the effect tbat tbe Administration bas given as
surances to the British government tbat British
veseels shall have acoese to the cotton ports be
fore the expiration of tbe.wlnter,',, ,.f.:J
Rebels Rejoicing—Roanoke Abandoned—
Meeting of the Rebel Congress.
[Tribune's Correspondence.]
FotT Monkoi, , Nov., 19. Lieut. t-Worden
states that the intclllgenoa of the arrest of
Mason and blideil caused great excitement
among the rebels, who rejoiced in the prospect
t a retaliation by bngiaoq. ...
Two regiments from, Georgia and South Car-
olina abandoned Roanoke Inland."" They have
blown up the battery and gone home, ' ) t
i he rebel uongrem met at rvionmona onbe
18th,'wIthout a quorum.:" , ;v;". ,'".'. '.r
I The rebels are strengthening their main bat
tery a tSe well's Point, anticipating an attacks
I Niw Yoak.Nov.2U.-The bark Teresa re
ports tbat aha apoke on tha 12th, Instant the
schooner Winthrop from Wilmington, N. C,
ior nassan. The Winthrop bad tun tbe block
ade, with another schooner, four days previous.
ly. On tho 17th lnst., in 1st. 38, long. 71, aba
fell Is with tba brig Judge Whitmans from Bos
ton for Fortress Monroo with granite, In a link
ing condition . Sha took off Capt. Brag and
crew, anu oruugat wem to ima port 4-sj
... I Sl I, lif J -V
WrLMiNOTOw, Del'.. Nor. 20. Dtmont's now
der mills exploded to day, destrovtcr. three
muis ana Killing tare men.
The Fleet to be Divided—Cotton and
Cork.
,Niw Yoaa;, Not. SO.Tha Times1 Port Roy-f
al correspondent says tha Beet is to be Uvuied,
and transports, to convey six thousand troops,
arc, to open another port.. Tha transports are
now taxing n water lor niteen nays..
There ia sufficient cotton here and on Pope
Island, uninjured,-to make three thousand
bales, and corn bouses filled with about ten
thousand bushels in tha ear. : .
From Fortress Monroe.
FoxTaua Monboi, Nov. 19 A flag of truce
to-day from Norfolk brought down Lieut. Wor-
den, who was taken as bearer of dlspatohe and
Imprisoned some time at Montgomery, at the
breaking oat of tho rebellion. lie has. been
exchanged for Lieut. Bbarp, ot tha rebels, who
was taken at Hatteras Inlet, and bas recently
been confined on tha frigata Congress at New
oort News. " v
The HDauldlcsr and revenua cutter ivorwin
hare arrived lrom Hatteras Inlet, but bring no
news of Importance. No troops came up on
the Spanldlng. A rebel steamer made a recon
nolssance of tha inlet tha day before tbe Spaul-
Jt.. ... A . .
mug svvuruvu. i -, ( t
r A contraband from Koanoxo isiana reports
that the rebels bad destroyed their tort and
were about to return to tbe mamiana..
Seizing a Suspected Hotel.
Baltimoki, Nov. 20 f Somewhat of a sense
tlon was produoed this morning In the' western
section of the eity by the Provost-Marshal
sending a large force of police to Miner's Hotel
ana seising tne whole establishment ana an us
contents, inoludlng a. large number of horses,
the contents of the bar room, safe and 'vault
The object of this movement li said to be to
prostrate the mail arrangements of .tha rebel
sympatbicerg bere. 'It is supposed tbat from
this botel tnere has been regular communication
kept up to West River and thence to Virginia.
i he proprietors ot tbe botel bave not been sus
pected generally, and are regarded as loyal
men; but it is supposed: certain employees or
loaeers nave oeen receiving ana transmitting
letters South. A number of .letters bare been
seized, but bave not yet been examined. Two
parties, Wm?Hart and Jno. Earlj have been
arrested. : .... .; rt,
. ,'n. i i i m i i.t
New York, Nov. SO. The steamer Saxonia,
"which arrived to-day from Hamburg, brought
as passengers the rnncede Wrede, ot itussis,
and tbe Count da Valentine, of Trieste, who
come to offer their military services to oor
Government. ..... .. .
Naval.
New Yoaxs Nov. 20 The steamship Del.
ware, Preston and Cosmopolltin, of the New
York and Philadelphia Steamship Company,
have been chattered by the Government for
three months. They will immediately com
mence ooallcg. Their destination is said to be
Port Royal.
The United States steam transport Atlantic
lying at tho foot of Canal street, is now coaling
and taking in provisions for Port Royal.. She
will also carry troops. . . , . -
The propeller gunboat Oneida was launched
at the Navy Yard this afternoon. '
Blahoo Mcllvalne and family left to-dav for
Liverpool on the Persia. -
The Rebels in Accomac Disbanding.
Baltimore, Nov. 20. News of the disband
ing of about three thousand rebels in Accomac
county, Va.,ls confirmed. 'As our expedition
advanced, rebel flags disappeared, and Unionists
hoisted American Hags. . Uen. Uix's proclama
tioo, when received In camp where Union men
had been dratted and forced into tbe rebel ser
vice, cauaed them to rebel, and their officers
were compelled lo disband them. The seces
sionists had burned bridges and felled trees
across the roads. ......
Missouri Dispatches.
tion reached here to-day tbat our cavalry nnder
Major Hough have overtaken and captured the
rebels wbo seized our eupply train near War
reniburg on Monday last. About one hundred
and fifty prisoners were taken and tbe wagona
recovered. 1 ".'
[Correspondence of the St. Louis Democrat.]
BJxrmaott City, Nov. 20. The old terror has
settled down upon the counties of tbe South
west, since ..the retrograde- movement of our
army, and refugeea are beginning' to arrive
again, driven from borne by the tear of .Trice's
rebels, wbo are reported again advancing.
Mr. Gravelly, member of the State Conven
tion, arrived bere last night from Sprioefield,
which place he left on Friday last.. He eaja a
body of three thousand of Prioe'e cavalry. have
made their appearance at Sarcoxie, and' that
foraging parties follow up the track of our re
ceding army, plundering Union citisens, and re
newing with impunity every species of outrage.
He passed strain of emigrant' wagons a mile
long, containing Union refugees, and another
train of five wagons arrived here to-day.
Five prisoners were brought in to-day frcm
Calloway oounty, the first fruits of an expedi
tion which was sent to that county yesterday.
These prisonrts are charged with repeated ouU
rages on Union men. . - . j ---
' Kansas City, Nov. 20. Capt. Burohard with
twenty-four men of Jennison's regiment attack'
ed Capt. Hays with one hundred and fifty men,
at his place of residence to-day,' and succeeded
in driving them away, burning Hays's house
and tbat of a man named Gregg, both Captaine
in. the Southern army. - Capt. Burohard and
Lieut. Boswick were slightly wounded, and two
horses killed. ..The rebels had fire men killed
and eight wounded. nv.9 : '--. '. ...
Chicago, Nor. 12. The Galena and Chicago
railroad declared a dividend to-day of five per
cent., payable in New York city on the 1st of
January. , ........ . ... . -
From Kentucky.
went on an exploring expedition np the Tennes
see Rlrer yesterday,' and discovered a rebel
battery near the Tennessee line. She threw
one shell which routed tbe rebels. .Still further
np another battery was discovered and engaged
The rebels were again routed with a number
killed. : -The Connestoga was bnt slightly dam
aged in the encounter. She returned to day. y
Louisville, Nov. 20. The Journal's leading
correspondent from Laurel county. Ky., em-
nhatioallv denies the prevalent report tbat citi
zens of London refuse to sell the Federal Gov
ernment provisions or ask exorbitant prices
therefor; and also the statement that Zollicof
fer had blockaded the Cumberland Gap road by
blasting rocks, eta. ....
Elegant Lace Mantillas.
ISISJS I SSI BBSS SSSS S SS SSSSiSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SB SSSSSISSSj
BAENT tt), 0O33",
No. 29 South High St.,
HAT1 Just opened an lnvole of very large and
handsome
PUSHER, FRENCH, AND CHANTILLA
LACE MANTILLAS AND POINTE3.
Wide 'Trench ' Laces' for'1 Shawls.
elreep Freoeh Flouncing Laces. t r
Real Thread, Frenoh, Chantilla & Geneveee-
Valenoiennei, Point de GazeBrussels
and Threaa Laces and Collar,
VALENCIENNES TRIMMED H'DKFS,
MALTESE LACE COLLARS &. SETS, .
LINEN COLLARS. & CUFFS, ,
-1 "" ' " - - In new Shapes.
PAPER COLLARS & CUFFS,' )i H
PBldBS 'tTNXJStrAlitiT i-o w.
Traveling Dress Goods,'
MOZAMBIQUE9, POM.ISS, BBKFBKRS'B OBIOKS
' .HLKB, fOIIi M 0HIVKE8, -.
! LAVILLAl, BROOHsV TALKNCIAB, As. eto.
r Jh best and most fashionable styles la the cltjr,'
i AT VEBYlJOW l?RIOKS.
.v. .!!..-..-. J-- BAH as SOW,
" South Hlh Street.
.TIC DRESl'8lLK8,(, w' v
M t IADV1 noos sivat,-.-' I'lJiVJHM I
we ar now offering our Immense stock ot Fancy Drees
Bilks at nrloe 1cm than eier befor ollered la this oity.
The attention of th ladies of this eity and vicinity is
solicited, a ow stock I very seleot and complete la all
grades of good la Ibis tins. u paxjtn baih,
aevM. Mo. 19 AsaUi Iilh itnet.
COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
New York Market.
New York Market. [REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, Nov. 20.
OOTTOtf Tbtre li Jltlle mors dolnf, and th Saarkst
rstn.rsuaoy. ,. j v .y
V LOU IV The market still eontlnnaa fair for th ban
gates of KMixi bhis at S5 305 S for rejeld J 50
ftti bi for tupfrnn slatst i &i&S IS for extra state
aa HXMi !i for suosrnn western: as 65(3t M for oom
man to medium extra Western: S5 OOtSO 00 for shin-
ping brands ultra round hoop Ohio! 0 10310 7S 'or
plug
trade
brandsdo, markat eloslnf rather qnltt, Canadian
flour hear? and wlthont material Chang In price; sale
of 7FO .bolt at; a avova w ror supsrnns; aa v
7 30 for common to oboios xtr. . j
EVB ILOUaQuiet and steady at i 254 40. ' .
CORN UIAL Untetand tuwhannd.
W I1I8EY Without decided caaug; sales of 450 bbls
atoxsio- ' ' '
WliaAT Deelned le, and enlf very nwdetat 4
msnd for export at th deciln. Bales of 18,1MJ0 tosh
of Ohlcaao svrisf at tl 5(B1 t6i 1S.400 hush northwest
ern clnbatai S5'A1 88Xi SOOO bush Baclne spring at
SI SW.187; SS.000 bnsh Ullwaake olnb at 1 0l 30,
IR.Mn hn.h mk red Iowa at at III 400 bush
mixed sprlns and winter red slat at a 1 iKkSl 31 ; wlnUr
red itat at at ' v,uwi roan winter reo weitxrn
at ai 3dt W 400 amber Mlohisan at l ItKatl 40;
7,500 bash while Kentucky at 1 4ffl 54 latter price
for extra; 10,500 white Canadian at s)l 40(31 43; Sl.SOO
bash whit Michigan at II 44aU W; th Utter price for
aail lots. - - - -
HYB More actlreand firmer; salts 8,000 bnshsli at
87(B90o. tbe tetter for extreme prime. ' - - ,
BAHLKX Bcaros and nrmer: sales or suv msueu
State at Bo.
CORN favors buyers, modsrat boslness doing for
export ard home eonsumpllont sales of 111,700 bushels
at 61(11630 for damaged mixed western: 82iiXI for
good to prims shipping do chlsfly 05905KS.
OATB Firmer at 48349 for Canada; 48350 for Jer
sey, western and state.
fOBK air business aotngin porit marxeisiiu rnies
In faror of purchasers; sales 087 bbls at I3 50aU3 00
fermess) a 13 50 for prime mess.,
BKBr Btoady with fair demsnd: sales of 340 barrels
at $4S4 50 for country prime; $55 50 for country
mess ailwis for repaciea mess, ana ior ex
tra mess. Prim mess bef rules quiet.
BHK9 HAUh HniTr and rather esisr; sales or lau
barrels western at SI5 Si l' 50.
CUT MKATS aul dull and neavr at imx ior
shoulders and 585X for hams. . .
HO i Dressed, firm aud in rair asm an a at oc.
BACON In eood demand: tales of 1000 boxes mid.
dllngs assorted euls snd quality, part dellrerabl la th
(nture, at 07Xc
i, a RD Bules quist at BXIaVWMc.
BOTI IB-In food demand for hem consamptioD, bnt
the hieh prloss check the sbipploc demand, and w quote
Ohio at HMBiae; ror state.
OUSB8K Mors actiT at 5ffl7o for Ohio, and 6-3
7Uc for ititt.
808AB Baw, DctlTSi sales 40hhds at 7X38efor
Cnia; 8c for Porto Hico. -
uus-VEa Ther has been less dome in tne market ror
all kinds, but prices still rule verv firm; sales 250 bags
ktareaibo and 50 bass Uanira at 18u 18c: Bio quiet
at 77Xe. - -
MULASBRB Quiet; do sales ar reported.
HOP8 In moderate request at MmiOo tot common
to prime. - . ' '
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, Nov. 19.
FLOOR Wu duller than any day for some time, and
then was not enough done to establish quotations.
Superfine could bare been bought at 84 0O4 10, and
extra at 4 1594 S5. Fancy and family 4 3034 40.
WHBAT Bed deolfaed to rtKgvHjc, but white, belm
in lltrbt smpp'y, was firm at 85390c. Th demand Is
chiefly from the eity and local country millers.
court new corn advanced to vie; ow, steady at n
OAT8 DecllniJ to 2727Xc, and dull.
RYB-42343c,
BARLKV Adraneed to 45!SW for sood to
prim
Fall.
WQISKT-A good demand at llXc.
BOOS There wu a brisk demand for boss In the
morning, and 3 37 was paid for a lot of heavy, but af
ter the news from New Tork wu announced quoting a
decline of on dollar In jness pork, th market becaa
rather heavy, and thouNf the receipts b liberal to-morrow,
It Is probable that prices will give Way a shade.
... uommercuH
Market.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 20.
FLOUR Dull; sale of 8 000 barrels at 85 82.
WHEAT Quiet: sslesof U.OOO bush red at tl 30
1 40! white at 1 4531 50.
corn rimf; sales or 3,oou bash at 05c.
OATB Bales at 40o.
COFFE1 Rio 1510XO.
ME88 PORK-115 00.
1ARD-0X0. 1" .:
WflIBKY-rirmat91(S8Ie..i
MILLIONS DF MONEY
, For an Inch of Time!
WAS ONCE THE EXCLAMATION OF
a dying Queen., That Inch of time can be proeur
a much cheaper rate, and many long years of . .
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
enjoyed by consulting Dr. MBRRYWBATHKR, wbo
Is curing the most obstinate and long-standing dlseuea
of th LUNGS, 1IEART. LIVER, EIDN'KVB, BLAD
DER, BTOMAOH RHEUMATISM DISEASES PECU
LIAR TO FEMALES, SKIN DISEASES, AND ALL
AFFE0TION8 OF 1U EYE AND BAR.
. Facta are stubbarn Thing;
near what the Philadelphia correspondent says in tbe
"Commonwealth," Wilmington, Delaware, 9th of April,
1859:
"An Xnglish gentleman, formerly connected frith, the
British Army, and wbo styles himself th 'Indian
Botanic Physician,' has of late gained an extensive repu
tation her by his skill In curing all manner ot oom
plaints. Soma of hi patients I have conversed with,
and they pronounce his remedies and mod of treatment
s very superior. Bom hav been restored as If by
maglo. th medleln h uses la distilled by himself
from various herbs possessing rare curative properties.
"While acting In th army ho devoted hi leisure mo
ments to a thorough study of th effects produced by
certain medicinal roots and herb oa all manner of dis
eases. It seems he ha found a snr aud speeqy reme
dy for all the 'ills that flesh Is heir to.' Bis practice Is
already extenslre and la dally Increasing. In th com
plaints to which Females ant subjected, he hu no equal
ua larg number her hav testified that they ow not
only tnetr present good nealtn, bnt their lives, to tne
skill of this Indian BotanioPhjslolan." ;
Office 37 East State Street, Columbus.
augl7-d3m , , . .
OOXjXELVC if u st -
Machine Manufacturing Company,
stAMDrAonraiu o
STEAM UNGINES & BOILERS,
uasuBgt, JBUu-tsearuif, auonusry, x.
.. .i jm i '. . -Atao,
XFlAllX'OACa.
vV oris,
of cvtar Dcsoaimoit. -.. ..
OHAB. AMBOS, Bnp't- " " " T. AM BOS, trees.
decll. ia5-tt .,.,.,,,..,
' "
The Court of Common Pleas Frank-
rr,Hn County, Ohio.
Bamael 0. Story et al.) " !"" - , t4 .
If PCKSCANCE OF AN ORDER OF
. th said Oourt to me directed. I will offer lor sale at
publie auction at tho door e( the Oourt Houe,ln the
eity oi uommpus, on ., , ,(.,b . .
Satarday, the 21st day of Deoember, 18GI, "
between th hours of 12 o'olock H. and 8 o'clock P.M.,
th following described real estate, situate in th couh
tvof vranana ana Biateoi unto: - .
Th nndlvlded two-ninths (t 9) of a oertaln tract r
Saroel of land, situated In th conntyot Franklin and
tat of Ohio, lying pa Darby Big Bun, a branch of
Darby Creek, a pall ol unoriginal survey Ko. ail,
and bounded and described aa follows:
I Bexlnnliig at a large ston in th Run. lower corner
to Joslah Blvens' lot la the south of said original
survey No. J all; theno with said line soutn eignty
nine (89) deerees east one hundred and forty (140) poles
at th southeast comer, corner trs down; theno with
th east line north on fl) degre east sUty-three and
on half (3H) poles to a bur oak snd three red slms;
Bonn tenty-nin (V) degress west one aunarea ana
fif ( 1501 Doles to anoint in thoetrof the run, with
Its meanders, to tbe pt4t beginning, tontaining sixty
(00) acres mors or lee r . 3. '- a"" 1 ti i 1
Apprateed at ti HO per sere.
I . , n HCFFMAS, Sheriff.
Printer's fees S 00.
SOTi-td.
as. ,.n.
.i
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
1 ' MEWARIOHIO,
tflanafaclarera ! all kinds et Par
aauisj aast Mtatlanarr Steam Ea
sTlaaes Haw railla, Orlat DU1U,
dkx.o eVo.
I AH! SOPlIi B4aimt B. & t. BLAND TJIaUnl
J.AJ. a. DUVAIL StUmltl COLUMBUS
MXaaiKt CO. Btaimllll B&ADMOBD
CO. Btalmtllll
Our Portable ft. trine and Baw Kill
Was awarded the first premium of 50 at th Indiana
Btate Fair for 1"60 over Lane A Bodley's on eoooontol
Price, Lightneae, simplicity, economy of inel
and superior character of lumber sawed.
Our Btetlonary Inrlne waa awarded at th sam Pali
the first premium of S).
Our Portebl Nngln era awarded the first premltua el
aiOU at the Fair at Mftnphls. Toon., over Btendy's Da
Tail's, Columbus Machine Oo's., and Bradford Co"s.
by a eommitte of practtoal BaUroad CngiiMwrs.
ror price acq terms address
WiLLARD WABNIB, Trteurarar,
dec5 dAwlyecls. Nwxk,Oblo
GREAT CURE
DR. LELAND'S
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND1
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOft
Ehenmatigm, Gout and Neuralgia,
' AND A B0R1 CURB FOB
All Mercurial Diseases.
It I a conveniently arranged Band, containing a med
icaid compound, to be worn around In Waist, without
Injury to tu moet delloat persons; no ehansw In habits
of. living is required, and it entirely remove th dis
ease from th system, without producing th Injurious
streets arising from th us of powerful Internal medi
cines, which weaken and destroy th constitution, and
(ire temporary relief only. By this treatment, the seed
ilnal properties contained In thsBand come In contact
with the blood and reach the dlsesse, through the pore
of th skin, effecting In retry instance perfect ears,
and restoring the parts atlltcted to a healthy condition.
This Band Is also a mostpowerful Aim-HnonBU agent,
and will entirely relieve the system from thsfwtstoipw
sffscteof llercury. Moderate ease ar cured In a fw
days, and we are constantly receiving testimonials of its
efficacy In atvravated eases cf long standing.
Paica 12,00. to be bad of Druggists generally, or ean
be sentby mail or express, with full directions for as,
to any part of th country direct from th Principal
Office,
Xo. 400 BHOADWAT, BTsw York.
' G. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors.
. 5. 5. Descriptive Circulars Bent Free.
A.J. 8GQUELLIB St BON, DacsMttn, Aoswts, Ho.
77 B. High St., bet. Friend and mound, Columbus, 0.
)X7'Airata Wanted Ererrwtiera.
BihSS-lylsorlstp.dAw
'. - Master Commissioner's Sale.
Baoael Persons' Executant
vs. S gapertor Couit.
John K.Beylet all, )
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF 8 A LB
to me directed from the Superior Oourt of Franklin
County, Ohio, I will offer for sal at th door of the
Coun tlouse, In the city of Oolumbu, n
Saturday- the 23th day of December, A. D.
1861,
between the hours of 10 o'clock a. sUaadtVclockr. si.
the following described real estate, situate In th oounty
of Franklin and Btate of Ohio, to wit Lots Nos. seven,
Oi eight, (8) nin. (0) and ten. (10) of 'John and lleory
Miller's subdivision of lots No. lhty-ntne, (esj'nlnety.
(90) snd nlnety-OLC, (01) of Crosby's addition to out-lots
east of Columbus, as de Uneated on the plat thereof, re
corded in volume one, page seventy, of the record of plats
oi ss,a county. - .
Apprais-.d Lots Nos. 7, 8, at X0 00 each.
.0. W nCFFMAS,81wrifl
' " ' and Master Commissioner
Printer s fees tO.OO.
novl7-dli:wld
Superior Court of franklin Coun
. ty, Ohio.
- ,0,tPh,D!""e(Doe.J.psg.ll9.
John Oramer at al. i ale to P"'
IN PURSUANCE OF AN OBDEK OF
th said Oourt lo me directed, I will oiler for sal
al th door of th Court Hons la th city of Colusa,
bus, on . ,
Saturday, the 28th day of Deoember, 1861,
between the hours bf 10 o'clock a. m., and 4 o'clock p.
m, the following, described real estate, situate In ti
county of Franklin, and (state of Ohio, to wit j .
Th remaloder of a tract of land estimated to contain
on hundred and Sto acres, known as the Old Poor
lions Farm, being the same land conveyed by John An
derson to bis sons Robert, Joshua, Reading and John
Anderson, by deed dated July 13th. 1819, after cutting
off fifty acres from the east side ot said tract, which wm
sst off .to Robert King and wife, la an amicable partition,
by deed dated Deoember lath, 18J5. .
Appraised ot B05 00 per acre. ' " '
GEO. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff.
Printer's fees, 6 00. -Novi7,lfc81-wtd
SHERIFFS SALE.
B. Wilson
Bnpertor Court.
W.E.Bose,
BV.TIRTOEOF AN OR DER OF IAJLE
to m directed from th Superior Oourt of
Franklin county, Ohio, I will offer for sal at th door of
th Oourt Ilouse, in th City ol Columbus, on
Saturday, December the 14th, A. D. 1861, -at
two o'clock, P.M., the following described real estate,
situate In th oounty of Franklin and BUM of Ohio, to
wit:
Ih south half ot a lot of land containing eighty sores,
more or less; th said eighty acre, of which this part
thereby oonvyd, is a traot oilglnally owned by Dr.
George Stevenson, and which by oertaln proceedings In
th Court of Common Pleas of Franklin county, now
partitioned to and divided among th children and heirs
at law of said Oeorg Stevenson, deceased: said prem
ises hereby conveyed being known aa th south half of
lot No.-17, as will fully appear, retereno being had to
said proceedings In partition, set rortn in in Obanoery
records of said Common Pleas, in book 3, pag 316.
Appraised at M 00 per acre.
liAunuo rr. nuririuAn.Bnenir,
By lo, Dans, Deputy.
R. Bbiild, Att'y.
Printer's fee 9 00.
aovs-dltfcwtd
Sheriff's Sale.
John Kennedy,
vs. Common Pleas. '
James South tal.) - .
TtY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
JL) te me directed from the Oourt ot Common Pitas of
Franklin oounty, Ohio, I will offer for sal at the door
of th Oourt ilouse, in th oltyof Oolumbu, en
Saturday, the 30th day of November, A. D
1001,
at on o'clock: P. M., th following described real
estate- situate In th oounty of Franklin, Stat of
Ohio and oity ot Columbus, to wit: In cast one-half of
the following premises, oommenctng on hundred ana
eighty-four feet (184) west of the southeast corner of out
lot number (.) inirty-nvo, ana being a part or saui out
lot, at a atak. theno north on hundred and (ighty-
seven and a half feet (187 X) to a stake, thence west
fifty-seven feet (57) to a stake, thenc ssl fifty Hren
feet (57) to th plsc of beginning, all of which line
and corners, oowever,must be understood as eonespond-
ng with thos of tbe streets ana alleys 01 in city w
Columbus aforesaid, being the east one-half of the above
described premises, and th sams conveyed to th said
Jam South by said John Kennedy and wife by deed
St even date herewith.
. Appraised at 275. "
Printer's fee to 00 0. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff.
octS4-dttwtd ' By Bd. Davis, Deputy.
; BAIN & SON,
No. 29 SoatH High Street, Columbns,
ABB rTOrT OPFKBIHQ '
8000 yard Travtlla Dress Ooods at 8K, vain
19 sent. .
2500 yards Traveling Drss floods atlSX, vaoeS0et.
gOUO yards English Besagew at 18, value cant.
1000 yards French Organdie at UK, value SO owita. .
Stxiq yards Fast Oolored Lawns at 1U, ValM IS cents.
1000 yards Foulard Drees Bilks at 37 X, valu SO eants.
1S00 yards Super Plain Black Silk at t 00. value $1S
Robes of Organdi Be rage, and Bnglish Bsrage, at one
half their valu. . .-. ,
1 BAIN It BON,
!)St .. V ;. :. Boath BIgh Street.
X UXANDREI K1B 6LOTES.
t, All sums snd eolcrs last opMd a BAIHB,
44.11. .Wa High street.
A.M , 3 . VMeaasmmsfrr
"They go Right A9 iUt&
Iualasit Rellell Btasj y n, Cwngt.t
Pairlff yaur Braatj.. ;
' ' - - .
trenftliaa yap Vaicai A
r n a
THROAT CONFECTIONS'
4BS
-. ' , -w , t.
GOOD FOR CLERGYMEN,
GOOD FOR LECTURER3. .
GOOD FOR PUBLIC SPEAKERS, f--GOOD
FOR SINGERS, I '.
GOOD FOR CONgDMPTIVE3. :
. OBSTLIMM OAARY . i.
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTHJNU
IADIB3 ABK PIL10ITTBD WITH
SPALDING'8 THROAT CONFECTIONS.
OHILDRIH Car FOB ' "" - '
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS.
Tbey relieve a Cough instantl .
They clear the Throat. '
Tbey give streoftth and volume to tha voice.
They impart a delicious aroma to tbe oreath
They are delight! al lo the taste. .
Thoy are made of simple herbs and cannot
narm any one. . ,
I sdrls every one who tub a Ooaih tnm. snaks,' Vov
er a Bad Breatn, or any dlffleBlty ef th Threat, u ..1
a package of my Throat Confection; hy will rtltev
yon Instant, and 70a will sgrss with aa that 'lby
go right to th Spot." Toa will Bad Uuna vwry asef I
and plsasant white traTsllng or attending public meet
Ion for sttlllngyosuf Oonr h or allarlni vour thirst 1 1
you try one paokag, I asa sat la saying that yon will
ever afterwards consider then tndlspsmjable.
Toa will Snd thesa at tb DranUts sal Dsaters le
Msdlclnes.
PRIM
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
My eignatu'r Is en each package. All others an
counterfeit. -'
A package will be tent by mall, prepaid, ea receipt o
Thirty Cents.
Address,
Henry O. Spalding, ,
. MO. m CBDAB 1TBIIT,
NEW YORK.
""SWV a
NervousHeadache
CURE
By ta as ot these Pill th periodic attacks of Jtr
eons or Wet Budacto snay b prevsated; and if takeo
at tha commencement of an attack tamed 1st relief ftoei
pain and slcknss srlll be obtained. . r
They seldom fall In removing the Jfawsse and .
ac4 to wbleb feoalM ar so snbjsct-
Thsyact gently pc th bowels isaaovuig Ooswc
F01 . Ut4rarg Mm, BMUuU, Iletteat Fsmal
and all persons of tadmiary Habit, they are !
as LamaHt, Improving ths appttiU, glTiut Ion. 1 '
or to th dlgestlv organs, snd restoring lb tiaituv
slasuclty and strna;th of th wlmte system. -i 1 -
TBI CEPHALIC P1XLB ar th rwnlt of long laves'
ligation and carefully sondnctad szperlmects, tutving
been la ase snany years, daring which ttm they hav
prersnted and iwlievtd a vast aeaouit of pain and suffer,
log from Head ache, whether erlgisatiBg m the smtvoks
system or from a deranged stats et the ttomatK ;
They ar ntlrely vgtaul m thalr eosapoeliloi., so
maybttakea al all time trtth perfeot ssttetv wtihcul
snakinf any ehang cf diet, asset (A ctossssos mut
diaofta&l tatt4 Tmdtrt it taty to mdmlnU er fumi
eMldrm. , . ...
BBWARB0F00UNIJIaFIIT8l '
Thtgtnuln hav elgnaters of Eor Q SpaMlcg
on each Bos.
Bold by Drmgglsts and all other Dealers In Msdlclne.
A Box will b ssnt by saall, prepaid, on receipt f th
Pzrloo, 03 Oonts. .
All orders should b addreassd tor v . 1 .
IIENUT O. BPACDINU,
S Oosir Strsjat Ifaw Vrk.
from th Izamuwr, Norfolk, Ta.
Cephalic Pill accomplish th obot tor which the
Were mad, vla.1 Oor of badaoo In all it form.
from th Bxamlner, Norfolk, Ta.
They hav been tested in mors tuaa a thoasaal aasaa
With sntlr t
Front the Democrat, St. Oloud, AUnn. ".. .,
If voa ar. ot hav beam, troubled srtth th hesulssdiar.
send fur a box, (Cephalic Pills,) so that you may havs
them in ease of an attack.
from th Advertiser, Provhteno, B I.:"" f
The Cephalic Pills are said to be a romarkAbly effective',
remedy for th headache, and one ot th vary best for
tbat Terr frequent complaint. which has evar besn
oovtred. - ,
from th Western B. B. Osaette, Chicago, 111.
We hsartllv ssdorseMr. Bpauldlna?. and bla anetvated
OsphaUcPUls.
fro . " Eanawha Taltey Star, Kanawha, Ta.
W ar snr that parsons raffniag with) th bsedaoh)
who try thsm, wlU ttMk to them. A
from th Bouthern Path Flndar, New Orleaas, Ls. ,
Try thesnl yew that ar afflicted, and r ar sure dial
your testimony can be added so th already numerooa
list that ha received benefits that a other msdicin can ,
produo. ; . ... .-.- "
from thsBt. Loals Csmscrat. "'t""
Ths tautens demand ror th arttoi ,CphalM PUl
ls rapidly Inoraastug. 1 , , ' m HT
frost thtoaastt, Davenport. Umoi
Mr. Spalding woald ot co nee I his aasasjith aasa.
Ucl h did net svsos to assess real merit. uh r-
TJ7"A rlngls bottl of 8f ALDINITt PRJPABBD
OLfja will save tea time It oort aanaally .
SP ALDINO'S PREPARED GLUE l u
, SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I
i SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUEl""
t ' m : ' '
' SAT! THi PIB0IB1 'ifo--V
, I00N0MTI ' . PIBPATOTII
HJ"A Ivtvoa m Turn (ana Knt.''QI
' As accidents will happen, va la trail ngatated fas-."
11 lea, It I very teslrabi te hav some cdieap and .
venleut way for swpalrlng Furnltura, Toys, C rookery
! gPALDDfQ'l PBBPABM0L0 w-, ;:.,,
meets all snoh ease reeoo lea, and ao hosuwhold sn afford) v
to be without It. It iaalways ready, and ap to th sttoal
lag pclnt. :
. "OBBFCl. IN ITBBT BOUSN." ' '
. B. A Brash asncmpanis cash bottisv u.r
esnte. , .1 Addrees, 1 . i..-
HBItBT 0. BPALDINO, !
Bo. ed. Cedar (Street, lie Ttik. fa
' OAonoN . .7, j
AS eertaia anprtneipwa persons are attempting
Ins off an the aaastln( nablie. tmltatloua of m "
Latiousof ta .
BBPABBO SLOB, I would on j tlon all persons to
ersona ta -
1 bflfor puninsin, and se tht the full nam. ....
iri'BPAIiDiriU'a PHBPABlaDaLUN.J IF, ' Ft
k ea tLeoutsid wrapper; all etbr at swindling
terfeits, a
ek. 1AjV- -vAr

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