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SATURDAY- MORNING, NOV! 23, 18Cl.?t
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Rail Road Time Table.
Lirru Hum X)Lnmnf k Ximi B. K. VrN
r'- ', ' ,,r? ":. '"'"LeaveS.Vt Arrives
Nleht Einre. vis Titnn."o..00 A.Jd. U. 3:311 A- M,
Cincinnati Accommodation. S:IO A. M. tWlO P. M
Da K.nrm ..l.-i-.-.jl H P. M- ' 3lll0 P. M
Mall ami Accommodation..-4;v0 13:15 P. M,
i' ' tt W Dontatr, Agent. !
Nl.ht Kxnri.....i.-.'.i.'.'.3i50 A. M 130 A.M.
Me XorkExpreM,,'. 8:lS P'M
f i' ,mii ilANH Parraatos, Agent.
CtWt.0mert to ?WMk '
Dm Express. 8d f . J .u
ofimiCIIIH, OoLUHiCf fc JmOIMHiTl ft. B. .......
Mm! Train .",-!
4:00 A.M. J.M A.'M.
ipNMlntBM...4; A. C,' 1:30 P. H.
r- l-- '-" -Josi BoaiasoH, Agent, i
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OoioMioi k ImHaworoMi, B. B. ' ;..?
- ;(0(BHPi Pvf LBttA B. B.) ,, , , .
No. 1 Express fiOOA. M. '" 19:00 11;
Wo. 8 " '.. 3:00 P.M. 0:40 P. M.
mot ,-. o. m ttiiTn, Agent.
.rv ,i .in , , -i i i ii
Court of Common Pleas.
? The Grand Jury, .tbe-presont, November,
term of the court, roturned Indictment) against
the following persona, charging, them severally
tiu iv.1 r.,..... r,ii, ' o -
Jtoob-Flahar, Mlohael Flaber. and j Michael
Manley--Marder In th flret degree i uvi
'John Geary and Riohard Geary LlbeL'l;"
'.Tpanlel Decker Assault with Intent to kill
Ch&rlee'BMson Stabbing with ..intent to
WOnnd.. tvgdiirjMi (, ..r,..,c,..
8amael Gibby-Arsoti. ' J 'J.;, "f .
David Sbade-rMurder in the flret degree
' Rezlo ParkeruMantlaughter ;'.-..,v. . "
i'David Moonoy'rAiaault and battery. '
WilllaroJack6on Assault and battery."
Cbarlee Foeter Petit larceny."1
.Henry Binkfey AsSsnlt and battery.'
' Alfred Rey nblda and Charles Green Assault
and battory.' "'". i.j,,, ti
! Aea W Dolaon Asaa'ait and battery
'Jamas Llterpool -rjacinit r obstructions ' on
raflroad track.'1 '-
Alexander Hayt-rFor selling liquor contrary
to law.'j"i-'i - vie -;''T - !,. . ,
"Jonei Smith Ajesanlt wltti'lnlcnt to rap.(
Dewitt C. Cook For keeping a room where
intoxicating liquors are sold contrary to law.
J Edward Darlln-T'For tellltig llqoor Coetrery
to law.-"1-''' - jvi:. ., uC h.r-'i-' A'i
J EraaHugbe-Assault and battery. c- i;,
THURSDAY, Nov. 21.
" Tbs caa of Jobo Riley at.- Tbe Piqaa and
Indianapolis Railroad Company, aa. tried.
This suit was brought to recover damage from'
the railroad company for running over and
killing a cow. "Judgment for th plaintiff of
$27 60." v '
FRIDAY, Nov. 22.
Tbe persons'! indicted at this term were ar
raigned, and all plead "not guilty," except Da
?id Mooney and Charles Foster, who both en
tered a plea of "gullty." . Mooney i was fined
One dollar and costs, and Foster was sentenced
to twenty days in the dangeon of the county
jail and to pay costs.;,' '"j! : ''
.. The petition of Eliza Baamer for divorce
'from her husband. Jacob Baumer was granted
by the Court, and a divoroe decreed.;'"""'''; -'; '
Tbe bearing of tho cases on the Criminal
'Docket is to be commenced on Thursday; tba
28th Inst. (Thanksgiving Diy).
i litems of business trsnsaated in the Probate
Court of Franklin county, Judge Albirv, dur
ing the week ending Friday noon, November 22,
-1861: !.! Wi ! !.-i.A( if--,. ' ..; rt
Only eight marriage licenses were lesnod--qulte
a falling off from recent weekly reports,
i. 'w'i'if"'1' account 'ittD. -w '"
Of Elibu McCracken, Guaidian-iof Mary
' Aon luhody, lata Mary Aon Feucls'r'.',v
ORDER OF APPRAISEMENT AND SALE.
Of -talostate granted, in the case of Jacob
Sarbert Administrator of Joshua- Kelsey, de
ceased.'o Sarah Kelsey and others', i
, la. the ciGO of Wm. Jameson, Administrator
of Robert Vyilson deceased ,. John Wilson and
pothers, the. Administrator vhaviog .reported a
sale of lot No". 20 end of fractional lot No. 21,
In Morrison's addition to tbe olty of Columbus,
.to Robert p. Moon for f 1,000, the sale was con
firmed and deed ordered. :i : .-....i 1
Joseph " Armistead, ' of Norwich township,
having been discharged from the Central Luna
.t)o Asylum (is cured, and having relapsed Into
ilunaoy, was ordered to be returned to said Asy-
DI'CntSOKO ON HtltAS OUttti. " "
Thomas Milton Finks a minor and volun
teer at Camp Lyon.,Yl,
Board of County Commissioners.
THURSDAY, Nov. 21st, 1861.
' Board met Present Moaars. Sparrow, Strait
and Slyhi Commissioners, v M '.V "
Bolicf granted from" County Volonteer Fond
t6 three applicants. - v.; vi. i -
i.- prderedTbat ah 'order be issued to Barber
ti Harrison for '$95, being In' lull of amonnt
. due them on Lockbourne Canal Bridge, as re
ijurned by B. Medbory." : ';' 1 :
,! Ordered, That an order Issue to Samuel Doyle
rfor $100 on contract for supers truct tire of Clark
Bridge over Big Walnut." t.-o,-.wa'f.i, !
n J. O.'Reamy allowed $15 foe t drawing bonds
for 1961" """ tB ' - i
t''.-i'K.rfi. i" 11 l .. " I ' i
f Aanv- Clothihq. Messrs. Smith, Qomstoox
t Mii.UR, of this city, are manufacturing cloth
.log toi tbe army bri an extensive' scale.;, They
inrn out jabotit one ihousand' garments dally,
viz : three hundred and fifty overcoats, three
(i hundred and 1 6 1 ty frockooate , three' hundred
blpuses.' Bndrtwtf Jin'nared fchd fifty palre; j)f
pants, and out about nve inousana yards ot olotn
daily.. About .seventeen hundred 'females and
fortv males are 'emoloved bv them. We are
' Informed that their work ranks among the very
J&est Manufactured for the army.'" ' V l
'"ItShooting Gallery. CJ
f .rpHl 6ndeimd beg 1ota to inform bit friend
.K..BH(J0TINO GALLERY ,4
C,..-., v... r. . . ... t.j;.aiv--i
j,a v ER ANpAH, ON STATE STREET f
t-j own naoi, air uddi, ruioiiina ueirtiamanU. ' .1
I II .In I
irtATntATS CASSIA -"I.- '' '
A 1VU 'S Oaaei No. 1 GorernaiUit Kutmeta.
rj.i."-' . trails Clove. - . a ' i-if"'10boM0ltron.'-;:'n
if TSOboneaMBBaUlM. Jtrttvit r
SS Itavor -do. "i .
uii.-i " Sowki Ztnle Qvrnntt.eto..to. ,. K .
w la store for tale b W ' 'i
-. t WM. H. REBtlEAnx, t
botJO ,r mujj t 106 Soatbillgb Street
nnJIK BEST nBANIH Of ,eamii,v
m . . 1i.vu, n Barret h ea. .4, -,r i
bp .a : WM.H.llBTIIiTi; j
BOTH lOfl loath Blfk8tref
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; N. W. -LEFA,VOIirSupt:
32. J4, 38, 3 R0KTB PIOH BTB1BT. J
Siatsman nallAlna;, Kecond Floor,
oror H Nerlaa State Jltesim l
PAGED, BLANK." BOOKS:
With or without Printed Boadlagi, on Superior Piper
'RULED AND BOUND. : rr.
To ny Mqnlrtd Pattern'.'
lot . f.i n :p
BAILB0AD OFIICHB, , " '
BANKInu HOUH1S.. - r-!.
.n mtj.OOUNir OfllOBB,'. ?,'",; ,
... u farnlibed at the loweit Prtoes. ' r 1
', '.. fey Ibe BJltloo orjlogle Volpme ., . . ,.
j MOSTHLT FOBMOAtWS. " ,'
.j, PAMPnLBrB.M -n .'i' ri'.'.n-'' '
- iv t..: j . vivnnn ''' " ''; 1 '
,i--'.'. i-. i- .'-i afcr-. .
' Bound In an Beqnlred B1" ' '
BtNDtNa -AND ' RE-BtNDtNC
r ' for Pnbllo and Private Libraries. . -
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S Orders from abroad will metre prompt and apecUl
attention. Addron, . .
J. H. RILEY Vr. N: W. LEFAVOR,
Bookeeller od Stationer, - ' Superintendent . ,
7 Boats mgnmreeio ' , rnnklln mnaery.
OOVl4-d3a . "ili .1.: -.vj ; 'if '-u .
AKIN & EMERY,
103 SOUTH . niOH .ITBEET,
Hare a fall and Complete Assortment of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
TIN AND C0PFB WABE, ' "
Of, almoet OTerr kindi., .
. Elegant , Cliamber Gets,
J-'y SPICE AND SEED BOXES '
Tin Toys,'and Articles in thai Linet
. ( For little Perole. .' ' .
.) 1 :i .... . . a . i ... '.( i.ii.ii -' . '
Knives and. IPorks. , Spoons. .Tubs,,
. Buokets, Bhovela and Tongs, ,
., f . Coal IloOa, eto, ,. .. . .
, for tbe Larger Ones. '' 1
yft would call your further attention to the fact tbat we
are SOLI AQ1NTB for theaala of (bo -
STEWART COOK STOVE,
. . ., .....
Whtcbte. In all retpeets,' clearly the "AUTOCRAT Of
TUK K1TOUBN." hulnf no equal In the oompleteneai
or m penormance and eoonomy or rael. The eleareet
teetlmony ef ita nperiority la the fact that manufac
turer! and dealer! are eonitantly imitating It, coming aa
nearitai poatlble in XXTKKNAL APPKABANOK.
Gall and examine oar itock. It Ii bo trouble to ihow
cc5-dlm" ' ' , -
Master i Commissioner's Sale. ;
Hale of Hea Ketato by order of Court.
W. M. finch." ) '' - -' "
ti. Bnnerior Court of f rankllo Ooanty.
John Brown et al.)
IN punraance of an order of the Superior Court of
franklin oonnty, Ohio, made at the May term thereof,
A. D. lWil, In the above entitled aollon, there will be
offend for aale, at pnblio auction, to the hlgheit bidder,
Saturday, the 30th day of Nov., A. D. 18G1,'
at the hoar of 10 o'clock A M.; at the door tt the Court
nouie, id tne city or Oolumbns, in laid franklin county,
the following real eetate, to will n-, -
. i In-lot nnmber Stt of Robert Nell'a addlUon to the city
of Oolumbui. belag the1 north-eul comer- of Look win
turnpike and Johnitown plaok road. t -
i i i - . m i l.'ii hi-- '
lenai ef sale, oaeh. j
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Printer'! feel, 0.OO
Oct. 22. 1801-U.
TO MARRIED MEN.
Or Theie Contemptatlnar n arrlaare.
TBI underelgned will glvelnformation on a very in-
teruttng and important sahjact, which will be valu
ed more than a thousand tlmn Iti ooit by every married
couple of any age' or condition In life. .. The Information
will be eenl by mall to any addreai on the receipt of SS
centi (tw) and one red itamp. " .' 1 ' ' "" ,
AH letters ihonld be addreaied to . '".,''.,'.''' .
H. B. MORRIS, M. D. .
bcl3l-ly3tawdtw ' T',lv." ' ..'':; '. Boston, Bfsai.
rEVEHS, FEVJEU ,AIHD : AOCB.-BH
lloui Affectloni.Ooldi, Sheomatltms, Ooatlveneu, Com-
inmptlou, AffecUona of the Bpleen, of the Liver, of
me Heart, Tumor,and all difeuoi which deitroy life,
have always exhibited, upon dluectlon of tbe body, a
nnmber of hard er concrete peinta, either In soma of the
organs aamed or In- the blood veaaeb, aometimee even
ramifying In the fleeh, and again depoilted upon the tide
of a bone. ( Now theee little hard lubetanoes weald
mrm loan If Brandreth'S Pllla were uied; they weald
be purged outf the jfiUm, .and years of happy li'e
would be the auffereri' lot lmtead of an early grave;
Always purge bat savia blsso In alckaeas. ' . 1' i
. T, X. Carpenter, ,Kiq., of Qovernear, St.. Lawrence
county, New York, 04 years of ago, aayi he has uied
Brandmtli'aPllli far 34 yean,adminltered them flrat to
hlaooaohaan.whohad. fever and agnagave eight the
day after the ehtll; chills and fever leu severe; gave
eight more the next day, and so every other day until
the chill and fever did not return, which wai about elht
dayi from the flret attack. He then gave four every
other day for another week,' when the man was entirely
rftorI to hie utusl good health;
W waiblmiolfaUackedi took theMa the aame way,
and wai oared In leas time. Has need ns other medi
cine for 34 year; found them always reliable fof himself
and lamlly when alckj hu recommended them to thou-
tandswlth tbe beet rein Ite, and feela oonBden t that era
ry family would have a larger average of health if there
Pillawere need In the place ot calomel and ether hurtful
leawelaav .: -aaj.a aaraa kmntur,., j
Sold by Johw B. Cooa, Dnnrglst, Columbni, and 'by
all aamawMiiFakKaaa AanatLaataa la maJUInu . . . '
v.f'vv'i tBwwrwuai aw anvniHfVii i (I Jw j
V "Irntli strange r tbaa Fietion.rr i '
It Is S fiction to believe that the adulterated, noxlooa
drugi, lold In the market aa Baleratua, era beaeOclal et
even haimleia to the coniumer. .It Is maob stranser.
but bo flatlon, to bellete that James Pyle'e Dietetic
Baleratus Is pare' Snd who.iciome, and the 'beat ever
madel Depot, 345 Waahlngtoq Street, New fork- ' '
Www-HOW, LOST, HOW RBsrORID. '
; Juat Publiahed la a Sealed Invelopej Price t ete.i I '
A LB0TUBH ON THB NATCRK, TRfATMKNT AND
RADICAL OCRS Of BPKKMA10RRHRA Or Seminal
WeakBeea, Involuntary Bmbwloni, Sexual Debility, and
Impedimenta to Marriage generallly, Nervoutneea, Con
umption, Bpllepiy end F1U, Mental and Phyalcal In
capacity, re, tilt lug train Belf-aboea, Ao. By Robert i
Oulverwell, M. 1)., euthor of the anon Book, to, ; ,
A Been to Thonaands of Bnlfererat
Sent under seal, In a plain envelope, to any address,
poet paid, on reoelpl of two ttampa, by Dr. CHAS.
V j,-2tldlit' W Bow' Kn Poet Office Boa
Me esee. aep7:2nulw
THURSDAY, Nov. 21st, 1861. THE LATEST NEWS
BY TELEGRAPH From all Parts of the World.
REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.
Id eoDsequsnee of the liorm IU olfiht having
blown dowo all the wires la every direction, we
are without the usual 'variety- of telegraphic
reports. Ed. ; a t ; vvt'
. Wasbinoton. Nov. SI. The papers In the
oaaa of Geo. remont have for aome days been
In (be bands of Major Lee, Judge Advocate of
the Army, who to-day. made bis report to Uen.
MoCIeilan. AooomDanvltKT tba report were
charges substantially the same ae those prefer.
rea oy noi. uiair. -' " " " '
Uen. Anderson recently ex Dressed to Gov.
Andrew his strong desire tbat a regiment of
Meseaebuaetbj soldiers might be sent to Ken
tucky. He was sure that no sectional ieellnt:
would hinder the men of Massachusetts from
receiving a hearty woloome In Henry Clay's
Advices received bv the Government from
Great Britain represent that though much sore
neas of feeling is evident toward the United
States, yet there was manifest feeling adverse
to a war, ana. that the sentiment In favor
of maintaining a strict neutrality wai daily
strengthening. . i a f v '.-
Aavioea from rrsneo radicate tbat tbe feeling
on the part of that government toward tbe Uni
ted States la more cordial than ever. '
The Government has no evidence of any
rebel privateer steamer being oni tbe seas, ex
cept 'the Sumter, and (eber ievfndeavorIng to
Uom. Uapont bes sent W the Naw Depart
ment tbe original South Carolina ordinance of
secession, beautifully engraved upon parchment,
with the autographs of the South Carolina se
oeders, beaded by Gen.' Jamison i 'The photo
6 raphe of all tbe members were also found at
eaufort with tbe ordinance, and a large nnm
ber of other Important documents.'' "
[To the Associated Press.]
Washington, Nov.22 r-3o far as can be as
certained, Lord Lyons has taken no aotion
whatever on tbe subject of Mason and Slidell's
arrest, bnt will probably await Instructions.-!
There bss not been even an Informal conversa
tion between him and the proper departments
concerning It. Those who are intimately ac
quainted with Lord Lyons, believe he bss ob
served big usual discretion in refraining from
premature expressions of opinion.
Tbe steamer Wyandank ran tbe blockade
last night and reached the navy yard this morn
ing. She was not fired at. The schooner E.
B Hale also ran the blockade, downward, last
night, having on board a lares Quantity ol am
munition and ordnance stores generally. . Two
soboonere loaded with wood ran the blockade
successfully on Wednesdsy night. ;
. The enemy Is apparently at work on a new
battery at Possum Nose, which Is far above tbe
others. ' " '
Tbe names of a large number of old vessele
sre published to-day. They are loaded with
stones and are donbtless to be sent to Southern
bnrbore and sunk, tbus rendering the blockade
[Special to the Commercial.]
The murderer of Lieutenant-Colonel Van
Gorben has been arrested. The evidence
sgaluBt him Is very clear.
Judge Black, Mr. Buoheoan'a Attorney Gen
eral, is in tbe city.
' ' '
Col. Mulligan at Cincinnati.
Cincinnati. Nov. 20 j Col. Mulllean arrived
at tbe depot last night at nine o'clook, where be
was tendered tbe hospitalities of tbe city by
Mayor Hatch He waa then escorted to the
Barnet House, and being called to the balcony,
was addressed by Hon. Henry Stanberry. Col.
Mulligan replied In a short speech, which was
enthusiastically applauded by the large crowd
assembled. . - -
Col. Mulligsn will speak at the Csthollo In
stltute this evening, and on Monday evening
will probably address a citizens' meeting.
Look Out for Counterfeits.
' pHic.ADii.rHu, Nov. 23 Peterson's Detect
or oantiooa tba nubile against counterfeit 10's
on tbe Waterbury Bank of Connecticut. It Is
the best executed and most dangerous counter
feit mat nas been out lor years. ., ,
" Baltimobi, Nov. 33. Tbe boat from Old
Point has arrived, but brings no pews-. It was
reported tbat a nag ot truce bad oome from
Norfolk with several women and ebildren. i .
Naw Yosx, Nov. S3. In the Board of Coun
cil men last evening the resolutions presented by
tbe Aldermen at ineir last meetinq-'-tenaering
the thanka of tbe people of New York to Cant.
Wilkes for bis meritorious conduct in eaualng
the arrest of Mason and Slidell, end offerlnjr
the hospitalities of the olty to him which were
referred to the committee on National Affairs,
were unanimously oonourrea in. i
. An ordlnanoe appropriating f auu.uuu for the
relief oC the families of the volunteer soldiers
of this city, was adopted. . - v . , I..;, ;..
The Mozart Hall Democracy last evening
nominated Hon. Fernando Wood for Mayer.
Tbe People's Demooratio Union and Rent
Payers' organlaatlon. met yesterday afternoon
at the Cooper Institute,' and nominated Jno.
Kerr, the brewer and Excise Commissioner, for
I it t-V'T
; ! Sheriff's Gala
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B. A. Chapman ipoc.M.page TO." v-.i ;.
' wl.H.'aW:' $ klln.Oommon Wekv: !
BY VIKTTJE OF A WRIT OF VENDI
to me directed from the Court of Common Plena of
franklin county, O., I will offer for sale, at the door of
the Court Houte, in the city of Oolumbaa, on - - -
Saturday, the 14th day of Dec. A. D. 18G1,'
between the honn of 10 o'clock a. m and 4 o'clock p.
m., the following deaaribed real eitata, auuata in the
county of franklin and State of Ohio, to wit! . . . 1 1 -. ,
Beginning at tbe northweet oorner of the tonthweat
quarter of aeotion number twenty-one (Si), town (11),
range twenty one (SI); thence aonth forty-five polea to a
itake; thenoe eaet three bandied and twenty polea to
the eaatern boundary ef the southeaet quarter aectlon
to a etake situate of a hickory, eight Inohei diameter,
north 67X, weit forty three llnke to a jack-oak, eight
een Inchea Id diameter, aenth 89, west fifteen links,
thenoe north with the boundary of the same forty-five
polea to the northeast oorner of the same; thence west
three hundred twenty polea, to the place of beginning,
oontalning ninety aores. being the same premises con
veyed by John 8. Barey to aald Wm. H. Rarey by deed
bearing date December the 6th, 1851, and duly recorded
In the said franklin oonnty. jv- : iu i ,
Appraised at 40 0U per acre, . '
,. ' . 0. W POPFMAN, Bberlff.
P. B Waoox, Att'jr.-. ...v. ... .,.,
Printer's fees 8 00. ,..,v'li ,
. novll-dltfcwtd. . . . " I
' B; Wilson -i-w.'. c k .. t.t.t vVvvi. .i v
. ' vi. Superior Court.
W. B. Bose etat. - ' ' j
T)f VIRTUE OF Alt ORDER OF SALE
Dto me directed, from the Superior Court of
rnnkiin oonnty, vnio, i win oner ror aale at the door
of the Court House, in the olty of Oolumbaa, on j ,.
Saturday, the , Mtb day of pecember. A. p.
. o-tteiiuT. r blSGtavt.-. vM-.. ..!! '
At two o'clock! P. M..tb fbllowlne deaorlliMlml ...
tate, situate In the eouoty of franklin, and 6tate of
Obio, towlU . , - - -i I
Ihe south half of a lot of land oontalning eighty aores,
more or leas: the aald etehty nerea of which the nart
hereby conveyed la a part of a tract originally owned by
Dr. ueorge unvenson, rawer oi uauarine cmory, ana
whloh by certain proceedings In the Court of Common
Fleaa of franklin eouoty, was parted to and divided
among the children and hetre of aald George Stevenson,
deoeaaedt Mid premleee known ai the south half of lot
number seventeen (17), as will fully appear, reference
being had to certain proceedings In partition let forth in
tbe; Ohanoery reoords of said Court of Common Pleas.
In book No. 9, page 318, and being a part of the same
tract ot land conveyed to Jamea P. Boston by Hobt.
Bmory and Catharine Emory, by deed dated tbe 35th day
of Ootober, 1847, add conveyed by laid Boston to John
w. Batery aeed dated the 510. day, or November, A.
AppratieS at t.'iS 00 per acre.
. ' 1 1 '- USOBGli W. HTJPIMAN, Sheriff.
V . .15 , f Be. Davis, Depnty,
NEW HOOP SKIRT,
,"ib XV ; BpCTHBIaa wbbbt., ; I
Hava lost received new maka of BOOP SKIRTS
(nWied in a manner fhr superior to any yet- Introduced
DURABILITY' AND (Si : ACjL$ESsi
Columbus Retail Market.
FRIDAY, November 22, 1861.
Tlu) following are Oui ralall"ojaotatlons corrected by
i tt. Reatleaas, wneteaale ana retail grocer, no.
led loath High Street - i.-j
Wheat...... 85a903f P. Saga t
Oat b..... v354
uw aa xue
HoUaees e:gai.... eos
Bukur !,.,,. ..14V3S1SC
Syrup fl....e0eBl 00
Lard ,,,. fc.jdUo
Tallow e .,,..... IWilOc
Tea w ....cuo.i nwi
Rio Coffee SI.... 17W1HS
Dried Appieaf ba.. SSOlMJavado 85e
Dried PeaahM....! n0rtTi3 B5
Rlea ft .......... 12 Ke
White Heuaf ba.l 0W1 85
Brooms W doa..tlOOA17S
Hay ton 1 00
Boaprnom ft.... S(s)8c
roiauee, W M.....eirawuc
Beef ewt.. ....... S3 00
Flour t bbl IS 00
Whit Wheat do. .....15 a
Rt flour bbl... S4 00
Should. a..... Br
Oandles. OpaL boa. loo
(jheee ft ..'. &
Salt Pork Vowt.... Si10p
llaokerel Mo.l hfbbl IQ 00
alaokerelNolqrbbl IS SO
Mackerel Mo 1 klta. i S9 fit)
Hominy per bosh- 11 00
Whisky per. gall. SSdl 00
BalelnAUB. BOX....3 SS
White flah ixr h'fbbl B3 00
iyers ....a no
Snltaa ft 12Xe
White fish per qr bbl 3 ool
voa aiaa w nxa
Herring bbl ....t)S 00
Oorn ileal ba.... 4050o
figs a ft........ - soo
f runes I,...,.. " - lao
18a Oranbemea bbl... 17 00
frnoa aalee at 14 4DA4 SO for sew red. and 14 75
4W 00 far white; market unsettled.
WaT-atBOl 00. .... u
Co-a lea at Soo . )v MI.U
Oiie ealee dull at 18a. ,
Bva smell ealee at ShSMo. . , " -. . , ' ,.. '
HAT-eUeat7ffi8. . .:..., , . ..
roTi-roie-Mies at a.wnuo. ..
.biruHi Hiu per DDI. A
Wnm f us rule at SO S50S 75 per bbl.
Sugars, Teas and Coffee advancing till I. .
New York Market.
[REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, Nov. 22.
f LOUR Opened a shade firmer, hut with l.r n.
oelpt and only very moderate dmand for export and
uuiuv wu.unipiiuo, oioeea aan ai anout yeiierday'a quo
tetlons; sales 84,000 bbii'at S5 S.'H$5 45 for rejeoled:
5 405 50 for snp. state; (5 5133 70 for extra state,
5 45A3 50 for superfine western: BS ROrzr. nt fnr m.
oon to medium extra western; 15 8S5 05 for aD.
ling brands extra round hoop Ohio; 0 05(20 75 for
rad brands do, market eloalne rather hu... ru.,ii.
flour In fair demand and unchanged In prices; sales
of 725 bbii at B5 450)5 50 for aDiiarfln.. ai u
7 50 for common to choice extra.
bib I-LUUK-yuietaDdsteadyat 3 254 40. " '
OOHN MBAL Kales Aim: aalee of 4on i...i. T....
at S3. , . '
wnTjKy-WIthoat decided change: tales of 500 bbli
WHEAT li'io better and in good domand at the ad
ranee; aale 84,000 bush Chicago snrisg at S184$1SS;
80,000 bush Baclne apring at $1 803)1 87; 18,000 bash
northwestern olub at SI 801 88, the latter price for
oholce; 8,300 bash Milwaukee olub at tl 8791 89
37,000 buth amber Iowa at SI KK1 30; 8 500 bush
winter red state at (1 85; 47,000 bushels amber Mich
igan at 11 18(91 4; S8.00n Winter hnih ml ...l.,n
SI 31 1 S7; 8000 bush white Oenesne at SI S5; 88,000
wuu wuiw uieuiuiii ,1 13,1 3U,
BYB Without imDorlantchanee: r es nnn h'
BARLEY Quiet and nominally unchanged
OOHN Without decided chance: enlv miJMt.
boslneas doing for export snd home consumption; sales
of 178,000 barbels at 680 for Inferior mixed western;
64K485Kofor eood to Drlm shlnnlnn d. hi.fl iu
(B(Wo( 00c ferwestera yellow. . "
oaid Heavy and drooping; sales at484ft for Ca
nadian, Jersey, western and atate
PORK A fair basinets doing, bat the market general
ly la without deoided chin re: sales BsuO hhi. t ma .10
13 00 for mesa; i Ux& for prim. - . -
BKEf Quiet and unchasxed: amlea n inn h.rt.
at $4(9)4 SO for country prime; 9535 50 for country
me,e S il19 for repaokod mesa, and S13913 50 for ex-
ub mm. rnme mesa neer rule aulet at a lixaifl so.
BKBf HAMS la fair demand at a 15 uuatlS su for
H 00 8 In actlv demand and firm at ixrmtn .hua.
OUT MKAT8 Rule dull and hem .I4urtaiv tn.
shonldera and 5(J5o for hams. We notice sales of
8000 pounds green hams.
BACON In good demand, and prices very firm; tales
of UO packvgea smoked sides atflo; 100 packages mid
dies at 0Xso. , .
LARD Continues in good request; sales of 500 bbls
BUTTER A little firmer we quote Ohio at 1014c
and state at 15$21o.
CHKRSH In fair demand for export at bettor prlcei;
sales at 5XS6o for Ohio aodSiS8e for state.
CINCINNATI, Nov. 21.
COffSB Then waa a better bnilneee rn.nmr. n
suiting probably from th fact that th market had not
responded to th adranee in th Hew York quotations.
SOGAB AND MOLASfiBS Are only moving Into con
sumption In Ihe quiet Jobbing way that baa for so (ong a
11m dobb uoticea. . . . .. . , . ,
I LOUR Was still more ham to-diw. and road inner.
fine waa offered freely at 84. ... .1
WHRAT Abo was nearly neelectcdt aallera had no
induoement to offer samples and war disinclined to meet
me maraei ai tne lower offer or buyers. The quotation!
remain nominally aa given yeeierusy, inougo they are ex
tram. . .. 1
OORN la a trtfl mars Mdv mI .1 OA., In .Mii
OATS Are held moetlv at 88c. and are hard to hnv at
em. " - ... . , ,
' BYS We Still quote at 42343a. ' '' '-
' BARLEY Commands 45o onlakl.- 47a htm ha nM
ior pnmB, nnu some noiaert piece It at 000. ti ;
fHISKY Hada fair marketat 14c
. . . ...... j., Ommtnlat
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 22.
f LOUR Dull: sales of 1.500 harrela of mnarflna a
n 11 & a 1. rirm; laiei or 9,uvu euineuw
New York Cattle Market.
FOR THE WEEK ENDING WEDNESDAY, Nov. 20, 1861.
TOTAL RECEIPTS CATTLE OF ALL KINDS, FOR THE WEEK.
According to th reports from the eeveral market-
places In the city, there have been received this week, at
compared with last week: ,... .. -
. Sheep and
Teals. Lambs Swine.
g7 7,19a "' ....
19 8,707 .... '
85 3,810 ....
At Allerton'i S.&il
O'Brlen'a. ' 48
Soldba'n, Bar. ' .. ..
Total........ 4,108 191 ' 708 14,679 87.773 47.3S8
T'lpr'S week. 5,945 104 704 14,370 80,500 47.6SS
358 ' ' 348 8.709 7,696 il)7
BEEVES FROM DIFFERENT STATES.
A, M. Allerton A Co., Proprietor of the Washlnitcn
Drove-yards, 44th it, report theOattl in Market from
tht following states
Indiana.... ...... ...... ..4.r5
Kentucky . 489
Number reported 'for this market at fortv-fourth1
street, 3,821. 1 : . .....
Ite prioe to-day are quoted as follows: . - , 1
first quality 7X8 I Ordinary '. . . . - 6$6
Medium 7(S7 I Kxtra..
Bom Bxtia good Beeves may ba quoted at Bc. !
Th general average of th market la To. " J I
The moat of the aale are at 6K8o. J !
Prices per head and per pound, of different weights.
Will be found in accounts of sales of sundry droves. 1 .
Total number of Beeves received in the city this week.
4l02. . -.- -
Thla I 1B43 head lest than laat week, and 863 head
leal than the average of laat year. Th tverar num.
ber at each Wednesday market hut year was 34U1 bead,
while th number to-day being 3821 show 670 head
mora than th average, and 1540 head less than thl day
THE CLOSE OF THE MARKET.
WwaaaOAV, Nov. 20. The market opened thie morn
ing extremely dull, eoatrary to the antlclpa liens of most
of tho Intereited, and it will be very hard to close out
all th stock an sale without a redaction from th rates
of yesterday, tbat owners ar unwilling to submit to,
fortunately for them, the trade Just at theclos ef busi
ness ytrday wai lively, and mor bullocks wen old
In an hoar before dark tbaa in any other hoar of the day,
and at better prlcei for all the lower grade, but not for
the best clam; they were in excess of th demand at the
telling rat, and so they ar to-day, and holder will
have to submit to a decline or not mak sales, aa th re
tall butchera an only hen So-day In very Umited num
bers, whtl th aupply of first class bullocks 1 larger
than it has been upon any doting day of th market in
some months. Last Wednesday, It waa difficult to Snd
half a doxen choice bullookt of eight hundred weight and
upward In all th yards. To day.it It not d'fiicult to
find a hundred euch, while the demand la principally
confined to the wholesale butchers, who will not pay Se
net V ft for such oal tie as sold freely for tbt yesterday.
Consequently the talesmen find It difficult to clot out,
snd the business drais through the day, several email
lota having arrived to add to the difficulty, tjpen the
whol, w can only advli a alight advaao open th low
er and medium grades of oattle, and th market eloalag
.Im. ana1 Anil. ' v
THE SHEEP MARKET.
Receipts this week, 14,679
The receipt havt been larg again this week, and th
market is completely ovrstookd, to much to that all
tht stock that arrived from day to day could not b sold
at any price. The receipt! at Browning's on Monday
wen ,3o, ana bswsikju, i,auu, at a reaaeiion OT xdo.
ahead below th nrlc of tbat day week. Oa Tueada
the receipt wen still larger, and aale mon difficult to
effect. 14 rowntng's Immense market plao waa actually
full, and pntty fair lot f ebeep could be bought for S3
a head, aad those of good quality, both sheep and lambs,
at prices only soalvalent to I 85 for th pelt, and Sc.
t ft for th meat, and at that price the beel ot oaroasea
oould be had In Washington market, and van fair quality
Seme lean sheep, .-ra'y fit for stock, It seemM difficult
t mil al any prioe) we aa them offered at ft ii0a bead.
There h b demand for stock sheep at toll Urn, and
pork offal fills the plao that low frleed mutton usually
occupies. Vheoly hope there Is of deposing of all the
sheep and lauba n the mailtet to-day it th fine, dry
weather whloh enable butchers to keep a forge SUick
ef meet o the hook.. A sod day occurring within a few
days will reduoe th pries of sheep atiy lower ' t
THE HOG MARKET.
Beeelptilhliweek.in. .' "-' -
Th following is th report ef prices given by Henry
D.. grant, Supeiintondent ef th Market; t t
Corn-fed Boca, 9 , jive weight... ?;..3X4i is.
Distillery, J ' ";; Dooeofferod.
Th aurkat hold np remarkably wall under th press
nr of inch a large supply Ik largest aver reoelved in
on week in New lork. It III HUle too larg to-day for
the demand, and hegs are telling rather alowly, so that
afureiaeliaetofured.iU t j
Geo. W. Dorman gives tbe following figures at the
price of hogs this weekly 7 c p. . .
.... ... . , ' Live. ' " DeadwelsM.
rintqualltyoorn-fed,largeilt.4 Otd eta
Second quality.1... 3(4o i t J,o
Blrai nnlll .mall f.t mnit T ' -
Brim, for market baUh.ri... SB 4c SVlSSKe
irgrse,siiiifd, rat.. .,... (S53o . Wo
SMwsd quality, stlll-fed. ..... . .-ir 3to '". "W B4Xc
He says heavy bogs art selling the bett.
GENTI.KnEN'S ' rruNisiiino
OOODI, , y
, Hoveltles la Neck Tlee and Bcarfi. ' - '
(. . " . . " Byron and Oarrot Collars. , ' r
" .. Mnhroldered Pocket Handkerchiefs.
Paris Kid Gloves, superior mak.
Golden Hill Shirt, various styles.
1 Boyl Golden Hill Shirts, do . . ':' ,.
Drlvlng'and Street Qloros, do ' - ' : .' 1. n .
Hemmed Pocket Handkerchiefs, rarioui 1 trice,
. Half Hon and Under Garment, "
' i- ' ' " BAlB A SON,
aprllS , ,, No. 88 South High street
GOLDEN Mil .i, ajHIHTSJ. -
GOLDKN HILL SHIRTS, '
QOLDBN HILL SHIRTS.
The pattern of theee shim an new. The Bodies, Yoke,
tleevei and botoma an formed to fit the person with eaae
and comfort. Tbe mart upon each ode designating la
may be relied on aa beln g aorrect, and each shirt as
guaranteed well mad. A full stock of all onallttaa
oonaunuy ror aate at ;,. x - BAIN'S, ,
now. No. 89 South High strmt.
Tbe Beat Artiriclal Help to tbr
Unman Blirlit, over lawented.
;; JOSEPH 8. PEEIEY,
PRACTICAL & SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN.
KEEPS THE LARGEST ASSORT
ment of the most Improved kinds of Bnectaclaa.
All his G leases, whether for near or far-sighted, are
ground In eoncavo convex form with th greatest can.
so a to suit th Xyes of all eases, earing Weakness
Dlzilness or Inflammation of the Byea, and Imparting
stnngtb for long reading or fine tewing.
Office, 13 East State street, at Beltser A Webster's
aag5-dly 1. . , . ., , ... , , .; , , .
Wboleaalo atnd Ketall Dealer 1st 1
TOBACCO,:. SNUFF & CIGARS
tfo. 25 FTfth Street.
Keep onatantlr on hand all the ra
rloaa BltANOS of
Gents' Linen Shirt Collars, ;
OF SCVERIOK QUALITY, IN OAK.
BOTI, Btudlnr. Bvron. PertiraaT. Ranfraw nA
other new shape. Hemmed Pocket Handkerchiefs, Neck
Ties, Stocks, Street and Ivenlng Glove, Half Hot of
very kind, Under Garment and all klnda of Gents' fur
nlehing Goods In great variety and- at moderate prices.
BAIN at SON, ,
.febSi . ' Nona) South High street f
1 4 Red, White and Bine j
rtKLAINES, . 1
A,, .... CALICOES,
1 - .'. ... :
' " I
BAIN St BON, .
'No. 89 Booth High ttreet.'
Just opened by
Irish Linen Goods.
WARRANTED FABKlO '
I . Linen Shirt Bcaoma Plain and fancy ' , .- ;
Shirting and Bosom Linens.
Linen Sheetings and Pillow Casing'.
- Linen Cambrics and Long Lawns. '
' ' Linen Pocket .handk'fs, all slses.l
. ,., - Linen Towellings and Dleptrs
Linen Nankins and D'Oylie.
''" Unen Table Cloths and Satin Damasks. " '
. Linen Towels with colored borders. "'
"-' Linen Stair Coverings and Orarb. '
, . . foraala at low prices. ;
BA In at SON,
No. 99 South Hlfh strett.
BAIN & SON,
No. 29 South High Street, Columbus,
ARB NOW Of FRRINQ
9000 yards TravaUn
Dress Goods at 8X, value
2500 yards Traveling Dnn floods at 18f, value SO eta
2000 yards Knglish Borage at 13, ralue 95 centa.
1000 yards f renoh Organdiea at U, value 80 oanta,
9000 yards Past Colored Lawns al 10, value 14 cents.
imiu jams xouiara uress silk at 37X, value 50 cent.
1500 ranis Sapor Plain Blank Bilk at at nu. ni ai or.
Robes of Organdie Berag, and Rngliih Berag, at one.
halt their value. : ' , .' , .
BAIN A SON,
Jrt8. . . . 1 , as. v.t .go 8outb Hlgh Blreet
THE DEVIL I IV TRIBULATION.
The Devil langhed n his sleeve as he larveyed the
hotts of emaciated livings keletons cauied by the use of
impun Imitations of Saleratui, bat when he taw James
Pyle'a; pun Invigorating Dletetlo, he exclaimed. "I am
beaten! Pyle hu done It! People will have health
now!" Depot, 345 Washington street, New York.
Elegant lace Mantillas,
33 A TTfj cto SOX,
N"o. 29 South High St.,
HAVl just opened aa Invoice of very large and
handsome -, , - . , ... 1
PUSHER, FRENCH, AND CIIANTILLA
LACE MANTILLAS AND POINTES. ;
Wide French Laces ; for Shawls.
Very Deep Freoeh Flouncing Laces. . . ,. !
Real Thread, French, Chantllla & Geneves
v.- -,.VEixa.. v..:!:;!
Valenciennes, Point do Gaza, Brussels
ana xnreatt Laoes -ana Collars,
VALENCIENNES TRIMMED H'DKFS, ;
MALTESE LACE COLLARS &. SETS,
- LINEN COLLARS k CUFFS, - -'
" ' In ner Shapes,
' PAPER COLLARS Jr. CUFFS, V ;
' ' ..'':'..' ' For traveling
TRICKS UNUSXTiLXVCY XOW.
.law , ,.,, -. . ... .
- . .v . ... 1 i) ... . . . '. .v , .
Traveling; Dress Goods.
MOZAUBIQTJKB, POPLINS, SHEPHERD'S CHECKS
JItKB, TOIL DB OHBTRES, ' ,
'i .:, LAVSLLA3, BBOOHB TALENCIAS, Ac to.
" ' Th best and most fashlonabl styles In the city, ; ,
, AT .VERY ,IXW; PRICKS. .
BAIN A 80N,
99 South High Street!
Piaster vommissioner s sale, t -
1 Superior Court. .. -J
etat.-' - -; 1
Bt virtue of an order of sale to me directed "Um the
Superior Oourtof Franklin county. Ohio. I will of
fer for sale at the door of the Court House In the City of
Saturday, the 14th day: of December, A. D.
": . . :. lobi,""'-1- . t
at one o'olock P. M., the following described real es'tat.
situate In the oonnty of franklin and State of Ohio, to
Lott numbered thirty-nine (30), forty (tO). forty-one
(11), fbrty-tw (49), and forty three (43), In th addition
of H. Crary and othen to the city ef Columbus, as
designated in the plat of said addition, recorded In tbe
Heooraer oiiio or granklln county, Ohio. .. , ..
,Appralsedab- . . . ,
...v . Lota Noa. SO. 40 and 43. SHO 00 each; '' '
i t . 41 and 4, . . aw 00 , I
V r ' . W. HUFFMAN. 1 1
Sheriff and Matter Commissioner.
, Printer's fees, (d.
BOv3-dltAwtd t, 'U 6 Vf t 4 fr f 4
UlTINK MTTFFgi -VIOTOUINEB andCCffS W an
If A now stilling at very low prices, ale all other kind
a ' ''.' r 1
i a n
I .'! f
-.-fcll, 1. Ill .1.1
, . . ..... A
j t .I t. 51..-. 1. I 1
t. it .
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
- ..... PlJCVrARn, OHIO, 1 , ,
rnannfactiirer t( all kinds of Per
. table and Mlatlonarr Steam F.n
(Tinea, Haw itlin, Ortet lull la, , '.
, , Ac, Ac. .......
lAmt BODlKl BtatmJ B. ft i. BLAND YBeatenl
J.AJ. B. DXJYAlt Stolen III COLUKBVS
UACBINKCO. Btattr.HU -BRADIOHD
CO. Btatml till
Our Portable Xnglna and law Kill
Was awarded the Brit premium of S50 at the Indiana
State fair for 1C0 over Lane A Dodley'i 00 account ol
Price, lightness, simplicity, eoonomy of fuel
and superior character of lumber sawed. -Our
Stationary Engine was awarded at Ihe tame fall
the first premium of t'JOO. .
Our Portable Engine was awarded the Bnt premium 01
$100 at the P air at Memphis, Tenn., over Blandy's Da
Vail'. Olnmlu,. LT W , , . .
-- wv.hh.uw w wuiuv vu ... .11 u orauiora UO
by a committee of praotlcal Railroad Engineers. '
.v, .iii,VBuu icrnis Biliireas
. . ." W1LLARD WARNER, Treaeorer, -.
decJ-dfcwlyeolt. Newark, Ohio
(Hi MAT CURE
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR ,
Eheumatism, Goat and Neuralgia,
AND A SURE CURE FOR
All Mercurial Diseases.
It Ii a conveniently arranged Band, containing a med
icated 00m pound, to be worn a round the Waist, without
injury to tbe most delicate persona; no Chang in habit
of, living is Required, and it entirely nmores the die
eaae from the system, without producing th injurious
effect arising from the -as of powerful internal medi
cines, which wesken and deitroy the constitution, and
give temporary relief only. By this treatment, the Died
ictnalpropertiei contained In the Band come in contact
with the blood and reach the disease, through the pores
of the skin, effecting In every Instance a perfect cure,
and restoring the parte allllcted to a healthy condition.
This Band la also a moitpowerful ANTt-alaacuaui. agent,
and will entirely rellere the system from Oi ptrnioiom
effects ol Mercury. Moderate cues are cured in a few
days, and we are constantly receiving testimonials of ltt
efficacy in aggravated casee of long standing.
Paici $i,U0, to be had of Draggtsts generally, or can
besentby mail or express, with full directions for use,
to any part or the soon try direct from tht Principal
Ho.' 400 BROADWAY, Hsw York.
G. SMITH St CO., Sole Proprietors.
N. 8. Descriptive Circulars gent Free.
A. J. 86HUELLER A SON. Dkooomts, AoiM-re, No,
977 B. High St., bet. friend and Hound, Oolumbui, 0.
HZpAffente Wanted Everywhere.
MILLIONS OF MONEY
For an Inch of Time!
WAS ONCE TIIF. EXCf.Ain ATION OF
a dying Queen. TJiat inch of time can be proenr
a much cheaper rate, and many long years of
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
enjoyed by consulting Dr. HERRYWEATHEK, who
is curing the most obitinate and long-standing diseases
of tbe LUNGS, HEART. LIVER, KIDNEYS, BLAD
DER, STOMACH RUKUMATISM DISEASES PECU
LIAR TO f EMALES, SKIN DI8KASK8, AND ALL
AFFECTIONS OF THE EVE AND EAR.
Facta aro Stubborn Thing;!
Hear what the Philadelphia correspondent sayt In the
"Commonwealth," Wilmington, Delaware, 9tb of April,
"An English gentleman, formerly connected with the
British Army, and who styles himself the 'Indian
Botanic Physician,' has of late gained an extensive repu
tation here by his skill In caring all manner of com
plaints. Some of his patient! 1 havo conversed with,
and they pronounce hit remedies and mode ot treatment
aa very auperlor. Some have been restored as If by
magic The medicine he nsci Is distilled by himself
from varloua herbs possessing rare curative properties.
"While acting in tne army he devoted his leisure mo
ments to a thorough study of the effects produced by
certain medicinal roots and herbs on all manner of dis
ease!. It seemt be hat found a sore and speedy reme
dy for all the 'ills that flesh Is heir to.' His practice is
already extensive and la dally Increasing. In the com
plaints to which Females are subjected, he has no equal
as a large number here have testified that they owe not
only their present good health, bat their lives, to the
skill or this Indian uotanio Physician. "
Office 37 Eaet State 3treet, Columbus.
J8ATN" fc SON,
HO 29 SOUTH HIGH STREET,
AB NOW OFFERING
1,000 yards Saner Plain Black Bilki at 81 00 valu
tl 85 per yard.
9,500 yards Traveling Dress and Mantle Goods
12 1-2 cent value 20 cents per yard. .' '
3,000 yards White Brllllantes at 13 1-2 cents
vain 20 cent per j ard.
3,000 yards fine and Domestic Ginghams greatly an
" ': '..' '" . '-AI.NO:-
LARGE AND DESIRABLE LOTS Of
' CHALXIS, FOULARD SILKS, . '
EHOLISH BAREGES, L&VELLAS,
. LAWng, CALICOES, FOPLTNS,
AND ALL OTHER
New and Fashionable Drees Gksod
la the moat desirable styles and at very lovera price.
A. 3KT T 1 1 I A. J3 I
Of all material, mad In the moat atyllsh manner afti
the latest Palis f ashions the most elegant style
th city. . " .... ;
.: ' ,'.'.'i-., BA" AtNOSI,;
may 10 -.- ' Mo. 2 South Bighttreet.
. v OOIaTJlI33TJS ,
Machine Manufacturing Company
ae.e c.. ot o.o.n.s.a . y-
.2. JijafcXJ'L i.i.t juJh
MANUf AQTUBKSa OB ' '" . 1 ( I
STEAM ENGINE & BOILERS
; " Oaatlnga; KUl Bearing; MaehlBarj,
n evrav liSaoairnoii i 'it m
iVni ' ' covvnvvsi ohi
OBLAS. AMBOS, Bap'! P- AH BOS, Tret
....... ..... " " 1 Iff -
1 VI -If '
L. . .. . 1 1 11 urn 11 mi
'-( ' r "
'."nlrwi'V 'i11 ;
ft 1 . '.V . ' ' 1
( tk ft.'irnpr'STrj
Inautit Relief ( tj, wftrp, Caaif a. s
' CPurlff rtls Oreata. ,
' (renvtben Vair vrefj
OPAIs ADirJT3s-AB U.
mm. i' '' ' ' '" V '')
" ' .
" ' '1 ,! " 'n'"' '-r " I SV..J,. - t
GOOD FOR CLERGYMEN, . V7.SJ".!.":;
-i -.. 1 )... 1. .
GOOD FOR .LECTURERS,
GOOD FOR PUBLIC SPEAK Efcu!, -
" " ' '' " '''AB- '.fi ..tan. i
GOOD FOR SINGERS. ' " '--
" -' '
GOOD FOB CONSDMrrTfEd.
, . , OBNTLEMEN OARRT
SPALDING'S THROAT ' CONFECTION
1 ., . , ........ . c 4
' mi... ...
LADIES ARE PKl.tOUnD WITH , , ,
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTJaONS.
CHILDREN CRY fOR
SPALDING'3 THROAT CONFECTIONS
Tbcp rolievo a Cough iDStantl) .
They cliar tbe Threat. ,
They give strength and volume to the voice.
They imput a delioioas aroma to (i: oreath
They are dellgfctlul to the taste. ,
They are made of simple herb and cannot
harm any one.
I tdrlse every one who has a Cough or nusky Vok-e
or a Bad Breatn, or any difficulty of the Throat, I eel
a package of my Throat Confections; they will relieve
you Instantly, and yoa will agree with mi thai Mhey
go right to the spot.'' Yoa will Snd tbem very usefu I
and pleasant while traveling or attending public meet
ings for stllllog your Cough or allaying your Ihlrst 1 1
yoa try one package, I am saf la saying that you will
ever afterwards eousldar t-em Indispensable. -
Ton will Snd them at tt e Druggists and Dealer in
' ' PRIOE ' ' 1
My signature Is ea each package. All wthers u-.
A package will be tent by mail, prepaid, on receL l
Henry O. Spalding,
NO 4" CEDAR STRUT,
By th us of thes PHI th periodic eilacK .
ton or Bldk BeadncK may be prevented, u- 11 r,
at the commencement ol an attack immediate rel'e-1, u,
pain and sickness will be obtained
They seldom fail In removing the Nnvtt i aui
ocA to which females are so subject.
They act gently upon the bowels remormg 1 n.;
for . Literary Htn, Btudmlt, Delicate Feum-.
and all pertom of itdtntary haMti, they are ral 1.
aa a Lamativt, Improving the appttit, giving lim
mgtr to th digestive organs, aad reoiorlo tin i,atui
elasticity and strength ol the whole system .
THB OBPnALIO PILLS ire the remit of lung meet
ligation and carefully conducted experiment, havit.g
been In nse many yean, during which time the) have
prevented and relieved a vaat amount of pain and tufr
Ing from Headache, whether originating iu lhitnMHii
tystem or from a deranged state of th ItomaaA. .
They art entirely vegetable in their eompiHUot, a., '
may bt taken at all time with perfect salew xlili.-wt
making any chang of diet, , and tkt abtmct 0 an
dltagrteablt taite renders if taty to adminlt "i.-m
SBWARI Of OODNTB .SB ITS I
The genuine have live ilgnatu.es of Ueurj 0 -iai tta)
on each Box.
Sold by Drngglatiand all other Dealers lo hoiliciuv.
A Box will bt sent by mail, prepaid, on rereipi o Un
Prloo, QO Ooxita.
All orders ihould ba addresaed to , - ,
- ' t HENUV V. M'Al.ltaMU,
tfllledar Street, Me Vara
from the Examiner, Norfolk, Ta ' '
Cephalic Pilll accomplish th ohjeot for which the,
were made, via.: Cure of headache In all Its forma
'. from th Examiner, Norfolk, Ta
They have been tested la more than a thousand case.
with enure s
from the Democrat, St. Cloud, Minn. -If
yoa are, or hare been, troubled with the headache
teud for a box, (Cephalic Pills,) to that you may havr
them hi cast of aa attack, ,.. .,
from the Advertiser, Provkleooe, R. 1.
The Oephallo Pills ar said to ba a remarkably ellectn ,
remedy for th headache, and one of th very beil toi
that very frequent complaint which hae aver been '
oovered. v ,
from the Western R. R. OaaetteOhlcago, III.
We heartily endorse Mr. BpsHlillns. and bla anrir.i.rt
.- i- - rt
fro Kanawha Valley Btar, Kanawha Ta.
We are sore that persons sufferins with the hetdc .
who try them, will stick to them,
"' - ' - M .J
from the Bouthero,Path FlnderNewOrhtani, L.
Try theml yoa that are afflicted, and wo ur tare that
your testimony can be added to th already nunwroui
list that baa' reoelved benefits 'hat uo other mvdlclne can
produce. ,. , .... .. , ,.
from the St. Loalt Democrat. .,' . 4""''
" Th Immense demand for th arttel .Ceptwtt Ptlui
It rapidly Increasing.: " ... . j , -
Mr. Ilpaldlng would not eoauact hi oaiw w.
ticle ba did not know lo ootaess real merit. '
IOA single bottle of SPALDING'S PtapaftKK
OLD B will save toe Urn U ot mwually ,J It
' SPALDlNij 8 PREPARED? irjuVri
SPALDING'S PREPARED TsLl'K: ,
- tsi nv ,
OONOMTI ....... . OISPATCl..
,, ,. lt"'A SrrrcB a Tin Saves Muvt.'U' '
. Atacoldtnts will happen, eren In well regulated tarn
lllet, it is vary deairabi to have sum cheap and con
rentent way for repairing Furniture Toy vjraekarr
'Aa t' "" - '' ' " ' ' 1 -ni
' SPALDING'S PRE PASSU olus r, .
meet all such emerge ncles, and no ouebdd au affinl
to b without It. It Is always ready, and up te the tNok
Ing point. r- -t tJI tr
rnsiPUL.ra (TUT homse;
M. B. A Rrath aaoompaol aeh tsllb., K! ,
centa. .. . address,
' " HBNRT 0 SPALhlNfl ,,,r
- s . N. SOedar Street. New f aaV
A striata unprincipled persona ar attempting. 1
rih oS on the uniuapwutcg pnblio, lmllal.oui er m
HJir ARKU ULDR. I would caution all person to
amine belore purchaatng, and se that the rail unino.'
..), ILpSPALDlNfl'S ERliP ARk.D OLDB.TTf
an dxoutaid wrappartall other an awiadliaa