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Irom the eastern clue. , .
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vary latest eastern paper. .
To the Union Democracy of Franklin
' Notice la hereby given to the Union Democ-
, ', racy of Franklin county, to meet on Fiidat,
Acocst 2d, between the hour of THti and six
. o'clock, p. m.. In the townships, and six and
noHTp. m , In the wards, at the usual plaoea
of holding election (excepting Norwich town
ship, which will be held at Scuofiild' School
, House, and tbeelb ward at Gavra's room, and
tbe 1st ward at E. BcLtta's), to appoint del
egates to attend the County Convention, to
j meet at the City Hall, In the City of Columbus,
.-' on Satoeday, the 3d of Acquit, for the purpose
'', of nominating a Union Democratic Stat ticket.
' ' The following is the number of delegates al-
lotted to eaoh ward, based upon the rot oast
V for Supreme Judge in 1860, allowing one for
each fifty, and an additional delegate for each
fnotlon of twenty-five Totes so oast:
,1st Ward, . T Hamilton Tp.
Mifflin . .
Madison ' '
Norwich .
Franklin -Plain-
- v.
7 3d
4th ' ' -
' J 5th'' M. :. ' '
., Montgomery Tp
Trure "
Prairie' "
Clinton" ' "
- Pleasant K f "
;." Brown- "
John M. Pooh,
' J. Rsinhaid,
; Sai'lDotli,
i R. PicxtacL, .'
H.S.Hioh, 1 ;
Wm. Coona,
J. Bowk, .
Alix. Thompson,
James Horlocker,
r: '.ra; v
-i County Central Committee
Board of County Commissioners.
WEDNESDAY, July 17, 1861.
Masonry of bridge over Big Walnut Creek,
near Dr. Clarke's, awarded to G. W. Horiiw
(on, at $5.40 per cubic perch for abutments,
and $7 25 for pier.
, Saperstrnoture of same awarded to Samuel
Doyle i at $975. " ' " ; "
L'Excavotlon awarded to fame, at 16 cent per
cnbioyitd embsnkment atl8cents.
Relief from Tolanteer fund granted Maroa-
THURSDAY, July 18.
Relief from volunteer fund granted Matil
da Sellraoh, $3; Ann Jiotb, $4; Elizaieth
Short, $3.
Several applications for relief were so de
fective, that they were returned for amend
ment. ' J
The Board adjourned to Monday, July 39,
1861,. .
ST The local of a paper printed In an inte
rior town of Indiana, In speaking of the pro
.' ceediogsof a 4th of Jnly celebration at that
place, says: "Mr. Collin took tbe stand and
threw bombs of huge dimension into the ene
my's lines from the mrlar of his aronsed in
dignation." "
' i
m .
The Picnic The Odd Fellows' Picnic at
Brush Lake on Wednesday last, July 17, wal a
fine affair, fully equal to the picnics at tbe same
place of the two preceding years,' Between
- three and four, thousand persons are computed
to have been present.
' E. F. Jcnninos, of thl city, delivered the an
nual address. Addresses wers also made by
Rev, Mr. Parsons, of Mechaniciborg, and Rev.
Mn Wait, of Woodstock.
The annual election of officers of tbe Associ
ation resulted as follows: r'.
PrtiidentE.F. Jennings; StenUry L. 0.
Thrall; Trtuurtr-r Samuel Ross.
Beard of Director t M. P. Beach, of Pleas,
ant Valley; A. Colwell, of Woodstock; G. El
lis, of Urbana; S. L. Riker, of St. Paris; Dr.
Parker, of Piqua; Dr. Converse, of Union City,
. Indiana; Rev. Mr. Parsons, of Meohanlcsburg;
. and O. F, Stayman, of Delaware,
ICT There are now in the Central Lunatic
Asylum in thia city 963 patients.
O The new locomotive and oar of ' Mr.
Roman made an exoursion trip to Urbana over
the iCslumbai, Plqna and Indiana . Road on
Wednesday, July 17. The ladios and gent le
men who went on the trip from this oity, were
highly pleased with the speed, safety and beau-
ty of thl new traveling pavilion. . ' ,
-t; XT The member of the. third Wisconsin
' Regiment were weighed at Chicago, and fotnd
, to average 158J pound, per man.' j If Pronrl
dence, say the PUindttltr, la with the heavl
est battalions, these Wisconsin fellow are all
right.' ' ' ,". ' y-i I
tT The Commencement .Exercises, of the
Ohio Wesleyan Female College, at Delaware,
Ohio, will commence on to-day, July 19, and
oieee en Wednesday next, July 24, ' Op. Tues
day, July 93, at three o'clock P. M., (he cere
many of laying the corner atone . of the new
College edifice will take place. On the even.
Ing of the same day, Rev. .Dr. Edwarb TaoMr
1 son will address the Alumni, ' The next day,
' Wdnfday Hsiy will be read by the grudoat
ing UM dad degree conferred.;',' ,, ', . r 1 : ''
. Thi Gas WoRKS-Tho ; excavation of the
(, new tank at the Gas Work la nearly oompfeted.
It will be wtlled around the sides with brick,
; 4and tb,e'weU!emented with water-lime oement'.
vTfl'e tank Is circular, sixty ieet'ln diameter' and
twenty feet deep, having a oapaeity of sixty
- thousand cnbip feet.. It . cipacity. la newly
double that -pf the t tank; which waa con-
, sioit4'JraaiwmieBn ago. t-' j
Tit.' - - ri
-Tim: PrrBrrlT; Fin tew.coBvtpU ere
- broagkt to tbe Penitentiary, on Tneedsr. Jaly
r' 16th, front Montgomery .eoanty." The 'wlols
, nember of 'pruroner now Ifl the IniUtntltiM, I
,998,-of whom 15 are female, i There 1 little
Icknesa In the prison none In faot worth ajpeak
nog of, except in some old chronic eases. The
Inmate Are geoerally orderly aadqalet
i.l'vi' mi i iw i i I ,u- 2)
y"WJjr..Vim 'al.Hf. Da
. tie Tnru was riding along Friend tree ln
L bQSgyfwlUi Mr." Tmrii, who hd a "arnall
vdhlld in her was, near the corner of rrlefaf ad
1 -FeurtU etreeU, the horte shied to one aide, (the
Jnea. broke In Mr. T mtli' Had, the .fcorse
cUde a sudden turn, and all three were thrown
upon the pavement. '
' tTpoy wet all more or'leaa braised, but ,' for
- tunateiy snstalnf d no lerloul Aijury,rejpt
aape Mr. imrit who wm aeverely braieedi on
. the forehead. They war taken to DrJtaa.T.
in', aodreturtied hdntk In the' evenlok.1 Air
Tiarui reside about evn mile from the- lty
on we Harbor road.
Ta Killed and Wounded in the Kihtuokt
Riqimentb. On the morning of Saturday last,
July 13, a skirmish took plao at Barbourvllle,
Cabell county, Va., between a portion of tbe
Second Keteuoky Regiment and a force of
rebels. Tbe Cincinnati Gauttt give the fol
lowing at the AdjuUnt's report of tbe killed
and wounded:
Company B. Privates John Reynolds, slight-
lywonDaea; w imam Keed, slightly wounaea;
jonn cams, siientiv wonndedt wuiiamoan
lin, slightly wounded; .Ferdinand, Heiskell,
slightly wounded; Jamea Patterson, seriously
wounded; Barney MoAvoy, fatally; since dead;
jonn joraan, killed,
ComoanvK, John Hemtfltos.slliibtlv wound'
Comnanv F. Elibu Harner, sliehtlr wound
ed. ...... t- vit- jT- 't.yyr . i . ' "
Our correspondent (siys the OatttU), who
was on nis wy to join uen. oox's column,
writinK from Point Pleasant, (tires an account
of tbe firing by mistake of one portion of tbe
1st Kentucky Kegimertt on Rnotntr.' It was
late Sunday night when this unfortunate mis
take oocurred. - Tbe followingla a list of killed
and wounded: ..:) tU if.
Killed. John Hoean. from1 Cincinnati. Of
Company G, 1st Kentucky Regiment; shot
through the head; John Robbins, from Ironton,
Ohio, of Company G, 1st Kentncly Regiment;
shot through tbe head.
Wounded. Wm. Stewart, from New West-
field, Wood county, Ohio, 1st Corporal Compa
ny B, Slst O. V. M.j ran over by ahorse,
slightly wounded ', Morrison Lewis, from Mil
ton banter, Wood oounty, Obio, private Com
pany B, Slat O. V. M. ; sllgbtlv wounded, ran
over by a horse; Alexander Mordlca, from CIn
clnnatt, of Company G, 1st Kentucky. Regi
ment; mortallv wounded; cannot recover;
Theodore Ranagan, of Covington, Kentucky,
private Company B, 1st Kentucky Reaiment;
slightly wounded; will recover. - , ., ,
BTTm thousand mnsket arrived in this oily
yesterday.' ... . . o
07 John Stambacoh, on complaint of Col.
Gilbert, was brought before Mayor Thomas yes.
terdsy, and fined (25 and costs for violating the
aot passed at the late session of the Legislature
prohibiting the sale of intoxicating liquors with
in two mile of any military encampment.
Reception or the Volunteers. According lo
previoua nottce,the following named gentlemen,
representing tbe different military companies,
met at the Zsuave Armory, on Wednesday
evening to make arrangement for the reception
of tbe Vedettes and Fenoiblef:
State Fencibles. No. 2. Cant G. C. Crum and
Lieut. E. A.Fitoh. .
Vedettes, No. 8, Capt. Thomas Arnold and
Sergeant Freeman. ,' ' l
Fifth Ward Home Guards,' privates Wleker
and Pfeifer. j. ...
Coldstream Zouaves, Capt. Parks and Lieut.
W.B. Hayden.
Capt. Pares was called to the chalaod Ser
geant Freeman appointed Secretary.
On motion, It was ' ' ' '
Retolted, That a csmmittee on Finance, of
three member from each company, be appoint
ed by the commandant, to meet next Saturday
evening, at the Armory of the Vedettee.
Ratlvtd, Tbat thl committee Invite the lady
friends of the different companies, to meet the
committee on Friday afternoon at three o'clock,
at Armory Hall, to co-operate with the com
mittee in getting up a suitable reception. .
On motion, Lieut. W.',B. Hayden was ap
pointed Treasurer, : ,,
Reioloed, That the proceedings of this meet
ing be published in the oity paper.
On molloni adjourned til) Monday evening at
H. PARKS, Chairman.
Commencement at Mount Union Coluege.
A correspondent sends us the following:
The recent Commencement Exercises of this
new and enterprising College were very inter
eatine throughout. , Tbe public examination of
the daises, the rennlon of the College Alnmni,
and the anniversaries of the literary societies,
attraoted large audiences, and reflected much
credit upon the parties concerned.
The Commencement Exercise came off on
Thursday, tbe 11th Inst., and were listened to
with marked attention. The orations were de
livered In a very distinct and impressive man
ner, reflecting (muck credit upon tbe whole
clasB, consisting of twelve members. President
Hartshorn delivered an able and Interesting
baccalaureate address on Female Education.
The Bachelor's degree was then conferred upon
the member of tbe senior olass, and the degree
of Master of Art wa conferred, ta curm, upon
A. Baker, S. G. Hair, Geo. Hester and J. W..
Gillespie. The degree of A. M. wat oooferred,
aowori eatf, upon Josiah Hartrell of Canton,
W.B. Welkins, of Wellsbnrg, Va., and O. P.
Brown, of Ravenna. We learn from tbe late
catalogue tbat the cltlsene of Mount Union,
which is a retired, healthy and moral village
near Alliance Station, Stark county, Ohio, have
reoently donated $13,000 for the ereotion of a
new College edifloe. The Institution seems to
be In a very prosperous condition, with a faculty
of seven able teachers, receives students of both
sexes upon the same terms, and oan accommo
date two hundred students with furnished rooms
to board themselves, or in clubs at private fam
ilies, at rates suited to tbe pockets of young
men and ladles who are relying, these hard
times, npon their own resources for means of
acquiring a good education..
During tbe past year some two hundred and
thirty leaobera were ' In attendance, receiving
daily drills In tbe Normal Department, pretatu
to tbe theory and practice of teaohing, as need
ed In the school room. The sessions bsgln on
the first Tuesday of August, November and
March. Tuition rate from four to fir dollar
per quarter. Self boarding haa averaged fifty
five cent per week during tbe past year, and
bearding in private families can be had for
$1 73 per week.' .,. 1
In the midst of our ; political agitation we
must not, if we would preserve good govern
ment, overtook the right of youth, or the edu
cational interest of our country.
ALLIANCE, July 16th, 1861. G. H.
r t 'in i
ErThe Coldstream Zouaves, Capt. H. Parks,
were oat on the streets, )ast evening, with fine
martial mualo; Thl company make a splen
did appearance on parade. -
Rail Road Time Table.
Lira Hum k OaLtmicsfc Ximia B. E.
m i , fcaevee. Arrive.
Cincinnati AcMamoaaaoa. 8:00 A. M. ft 10 P. M.
Ixpreu. 11:40 A. M. ' n:uJA. m.
Mall and Accommodation.. 9:10 P. If. 9:W P. H,
Night Kxprwt via Dayton. IfcOO midnight. 3:30 A. M..
' - "' ' '' Jno. W. Domrtt, Agent, .
Ooumacs ei Ouvaum B. B. . '. . -
Right BiprtM 3:40 A. M. ' 11MJP. H.
Hew TorklnieaS 11:10 A.M. lftJOA. M.
0.0. AtO. WvKxpteaa.M.B:M P.M. 7:UP. M.
J Jami) PATTtRiott, Agent.
CnmuLOmoJt. R. "
No. I IxpraM........'.!.v3:30 i."M. . 11:S3 A. M
Mo. S do, .... V.,..2:1J, f. M. ' ll:ti A. M.
I i , i '.i r..;i tntcmt itu .W J. f Hi, Agent.
Prrnceii, Oetrmw OmoaniATt ..' ", . "'
Wall TraM J . ..... J 30 A. IT.' 11 :9S A . St.
xpreae Taln.'... ...ltS3 A.M. ,' e, P. M.
'." ;v ' f-.'-K ,;v Jot. 'Bosimoa,. Agent. ";
OoiewsoT ai TNniANorotar.'B. B.
(OoLoasos Piooa t inuM B.Jt.y .'; -j
wo.l Xxprtia.. A. M. J:00 P. M.
No.S " ... 3:00 P.M. 8:45 P. M.
AooonaiodaUOB.M ' .'WiNA. M.
' - " ' ' ' " ' ' C. W. SMrrs, Agent. '.
:Bw ... j AII0BMMBAT1AW. j. t.:-H
ITJ Offlcet, 229 Broadway Hew York Oity,' and
Parsom BotLBDM, Celuaitas, OWo. "A
O0are(al attsntlod paid to Collectlom.
' apfllftdta' wysivj ('
I ' AfriK nil... M.W..I ft nrl n a
vkkk viouu.inau oetiraois turt Binoinirt, xaa
SelaandButtonatoauteii. ' BAIN at BON,
, apriU ... Ho. loath Hlahatre '
WAMTEDpll,0O,00e Oaonen ttare Cart Photo,
t rapha mae (all. lenath or iLbdId Wa. ak M.
WlTtTA tin ArtFhotof raph Qalierj, 4 doora Keith of
ue M,nu ttotei, volume, unw.
[From the Cincinnati Commercial.]
Supplies of the Troops at Carrick's
U le an error to suppose the rebel 'were not
abundantly (applied la the way or camp equi
page and provision. How they obtained them
Is another matter; bnt that they poasessed
abundance of both the encampment at Laurel
Hill will testify. . The officers Indulged in high
wines, brandiea and liquor as every day luxu
ries. The private fared as well a onr own
troop, and were itftrr ekthtd and kinitd. Thev
left enough tents on the camp ground to put
half of General Morris' brigade under canvas.
and threw overboard enough during their flight
to provide for the other half. They were
warmly, though coarsely olothed, nearly every
man having, in addition to bis blanket and uni
form, heavy overcoat of excellent quality,
and hardly inferior to those issued to the Ohio
volunteers. With the supplies already at hand,
11 would have required some time to "starve
them out." Beside the usnal rations of hard
bread, bean, corn, and salt pork, they bad fresh
beef and mutton In abundance,. Thev alio bad
good hospital (tores, and a bountiful supply of
litter, stretchers and ambulances, for the con
venience of the tick and wounded, , Their
mean of transportation, too, wer superior to
ours. They , had nearly a i hundred wagons,
stout, old oonestoga ooneerns, drawn by four
and six horses, and of four time the capacity
of those that accompany our army. .,
Tbe ueorenan oompared more lavorably with
our own men in physical development, but were
interior to them in intelligence. -iiaa uenerai
Garnett's army been composed of staunch men,
Laurel Hill, with it splendid natural and arti
ficial defenses, never would bare been deserted
without costly struggle. - Almost every
mountain between Laurel Hill and tbe Cheat
River affards a position where, had they been
resolute, an obstinate stand might have been
made, and the pursuit rendered so difficult tbat
it would have required re enforcements to have
made it effective.
[Telegraphic Correspondence Daily Commercial.]
Complete List of Killed and Wounded
in the Battle of Rich Mountain
in the Battle of Rich Mountain-McClellan Expecting to Return to
GRAFTON, VA., July 17, 1861.
Onr volunteers killed at Rich Mountain,
were: Philander Wiseheart, Co. B, Joseph Beck,
Co. 0, 8th Indiana: James A. Taggart, Co. A,
of Lafayette, Wm. Yocnra, of Clay Co., R. R.
uillngton, of Lafayette, lutn Indiana; jonepn
Blozer, Co. A, John Powell and John T. War
ner, Co. B, Wm. Ruffle, Co. , Allen Thomp
son, Co. H, Patrick Welch, Co. G, Joseph.Cook,
Co. C, of 13th Indiana total 11.
severely wounded Capt Chris. Minor, im
proving, Co. - A, Wm. Manbum, Chanoey
Thompson, Frank M. Bryant, Thos. C. Truett
and Noah Vick, Co, A, and Wm. Stokes, mor
tallyall from Lafayette; Daniel Loudon and
wm. singleton, Co. C, Liieut. Jonn Brower,
Jas. M. Given, Aaron Trellegar, John Cun
ningham and Hearth Rank, Co. D, Lieut. Saun
ders and T. Everheart, Co. F, Capt. Conklid
and Henry McGill, Co. H, Geo. W. Brooks,
Co. K all of tbe 10th Indiana; Franklin 8ta-
baugh, Co. A, George W. Shane, Co. B, C. W.
need, Co. c, Bamnel Williams, uo. a, juenj.
Curtis, Co. G, and Leonard Cuslck, Co. H all
8th Indiana; Chas. Crumbo, of New Albany,
Henry loop, Chas. fotf, iJurbin Mathers, ol
Howard oounty, Isaao Tbornburg, of Bridge
port, Jamea Carnegan, of Indianapolis, James
Thompson, of Salem, John Fordyce, of New
rrovldence ot the latn Indiana, some twen
ty others are slightly wounded. All but two of
the above will recover.
Gen. MoClellan' headquarter are at Bever
ly. ' tie will return to Cincinnati aa toon a
Cox's expedition terminates. He was within a
mile of Wise on the Kenawha last night expect
ing a fight
A blunder was commits d on this line by not
pursuing the remainder of Garnett's foroe with
W. D. B.
[Telegraphic Correspondence of Daily Commercial.]
A Day of Slow Motions in Congress—
A Day of Slow Motions in Congress— Investigating Committee--Cameron's
System of Contracting to be
Looked into—The Sweeping Charges
Looked into—The Sweeping Charges Against the Army Thieves, made by
Van Wyck.
Wabbinoton, July 17 It waa profoundly
dull her to day. Tbe Senate occupied all day
disputing about army rations, bone feed, etc,,
in connection with the pay of army officer.
Tbe House had a skirmish about granting the
corruption investigating committee power to In
vestigate all eontraots entered into Dy any ot
the Departments, in connection with this war.
The Home voted, by two-thirds majority, to
give the committee lull power, and to sit during
tho reoess. Many Republican kicked, and
many more dodged. Pennsylvantans nearly all
voted against the measure, of course to shield
Cameron. -
Van Wvck, radical Republican, ia chairman
of the committee of Investigation, and declar
ed that contractors had plundered the treasury
on a system of audacity and wickedness witn
out parallel. He said, not only here, bnt where
he bad thought nothing bat honesty and patriot
ism existed, in Cincinnati, there was a contract
executed for bats at fifteen dollar a dosen,
when they oouldbs bought- In open market for
ten. Tbe House spent tbe remainder of the
day over the tariff bill, but did nothing. No
adjournment probably this week.
The oity ia exolied by flying rumor about
what the army haa done at and abont Fairfax
Conrt Honse, but nothing authentio 1 reported
Occupation of Fairfax C. H., with a
Occupation of Fairfax C. H., with a Loss of Four Wounded.
Washington, Jul v 17. The War Department
haa been Informed of the full occupation of
rairiax iourt House, thl aiternoon, by Mc
Dowell' command, with none killed, and onlr
four wounded. , The rebel ran swiftly. iTbey
were South Carolina and Georgia troops, u Onr
army oaptured a large amount of stores and
[Special to the Cincinnati Gazette.]
GRAFTON, July 17.
The advanoe skirmishers of the Grand Ar
my , entered Fairfax Conrt House this arter
noon.'and found the enemy bad fled. . Official
dispatches to Gen. Soott, received to-night,
state that the, main division ' of tbe Federal
troops ; occupy 'Flint Hill, and( Arrandalo, but
three mile from Fairfax. . ..
Gen. Mansfield has a dispatch that several
regiment of Federal troop are in Fairfax.
The rebel camp waa lurprised, a mil north
west of Fairfax, by skirmisher. . Thinking it
was tho advanoe ot tbe main body of the Na
tional troops, they burned their tents, left some
baggage, and retreated. It 1 the opinion here,
In official quarter, that the enemy will make a
decided stand only at Manasse Jnuotloa. There
Is every indieation tbat the movement toward
Manassas junction win oe maae by Saturday.
' Congress will not adjourn this week. , Tbe
Tariff bids fair to ellolt much debate, aa also
the Army bill in the Senate. But few visited
Congress to day, the' people remaining In tbe
street and hotels, amid moon excitement, await
ing news from f airfax.
Tbe streets presented great change being
free from soldiers for the first time in , nearly
three month.
A messenger from General Patterson to the
Uepartmsnt, reports tnat he broke camp yester
day and proceeded to march on Winchester,
j, uuro vuuwa as birhuuw .j.iva. tr j
... ,., t i . 1 ....' '.
. The Headquarter of TJEAtJEXaAt'b.r-The
New Orleans Pieayunt ha a ,oor respondeat in
the Confederate camp In Virginia, who describe
lleaaregare'i headquarter r ' 7, ' "H ;
- ' MGen. Beauregard ha hli headanarter at 'a
little farm home, from whioh he haa m com
manding view of tho whole works and country
around. Everything I very cool and quiet about
It, and the Stranger would scarcely believe that
from there hourly lasn the order which reru
late the movement of the largest army ever
collected on this side of tbe Potomao, Jr indeed.
in any part of tbe old United Slate. The
WDOle'machinery of tHe eanio moves like clock
work, and, unless b drew tbe Inference from the
magnitude of the works in light, ao oao-woald
Imagine that the Whole army t in constant mo-
.ttoa H ' ' " ' 1 r ' . ' .i ,
QLoDiaviuji, July 17v Aapeolal diapaUh from
Fensaoola tatbe Mobile Kcptater, dated the I4b,
ear Captain Clanton, Montgomery's Mounted
Rifle, fired on the launch of a Federal steamer
near East Pan thl morning, and killed several
men, including tne commanding omeer,
Gen. Command and Schenck's
Column Moving.
Gerkantown, Jnly 17. The first dlvialoj J(:
the Grand Army, under General Tyler,' oom
menoed moving at nait past nve thl moaning.
About a mil from the village, a heavy obttruo
tion waa aiaoeverea in toe road, in lets man
twenty minute the whole of the barrloade wa
removed. Tbe rebel abandoned their position
as soon a Gen. Schenok' column commenced
moving. Heat's Hill, some two and a half
mile west of Vienna, was reached, the enemy
evidently still retreating. A tangible, evidence
ot tbe hurry in which the rebels had retreated.
was found in tbe shape ot a large number XI
blankets, pistols, guns, canteens, etc.
The column waa abont pushing on, when
scouts reported a battery of several pieces less
than half a mile ahead. Meantime other scout
came In, and reported that the rebels had pre
cipitately abandoned tbe battery, and were re
treating in baste. The enemy disappeared, and
the entrenchment were quietly entered end
taken possession of by the skirmishers.
The position was a very strong one, and could
have easily been defended- The division will
move on this afternoon to the vicinity of Cen-
trevllle, where the enemy ia said to be ip strong
force. ' :T.;'': i i i. i
1:30 P.M. Gen. McDowell and staff lias
just arrived All four divisions will- move ou
toward the Junction to-morrow.
Column Moving. Advance of the Army---Gen. Bonham's
S. C. Regiment Retreats.
Washinqton, July 17. Tbe Herald's dis
patch saygV At rone o'clock all the enemy's
works lh'tbe neighborhood of Fairfax, a far as
Centerville, were attacked, meeting with no re
sistance, '' Th barricades were easily surround
ed, and tho roads cleared of trees whioh had
been felled, delaying the advanoe but a few
minutes. At a sleep hill there were stationed
900 rebel cavalry, wbo, without' watting to as
certain tbe streogth of the advancing force, fled
upon the firet appearance of our skirmishers.
Tbey found a fortification about a hair a mile
from the court-house, consisting of a simple
entrenchment, extending about four hundred
yards each side of the road. It was pierced
for eight gunB.u i.Thia bad been occupied for
aboht three weeks by the Second and Third
South Carolina Regiments, under General Bon
ham, r
la approaching this point, our skirmishers
had a brush with those of the rebels, In which
one man received a flesh wound, and a rebel
officer was captured. Tbe advance of Burn
side's brigade reached the fortification In time
to make a prisoner a South Carolina. officer.
The command .then proceeded to Fairfax. The
rebel flag wa still flying at tbo court-house,
when the advanoe of the division, with the band
of the First Rhode Island Regiment, playing
national airs, entered the village. It was taken
down by some of the Second Rhode Island Reg
iment, and handed to Gov. Sprague and trans
mitted by him to Gen. McDowell as a regiment-,
al trophy.
Rebels Strengthening their Position
Rebels Strengthening their Position--Large Force at Pig Point.
" Four MonroeL Jnl 17. Steamers from Nor
folk were teen landing troop this morning at
Sewell' Point, where it I apparent that formid
able preparations are being made to annoy onr
shipping, and perhaps the Fortress itself.
There are doubtless masked batteries at Wil
loughby'a Point and opposite-the Rip Rapi.
These preparations will, however.be Ineffectual,
in view of the terrible engines of destruction
to be brought against the rebels oDpoeite the
fortress, in case thev attemct to disturb us.
eeweira roint nas no strateeetio inmortance.
Norfolk and Portsmouth are on the road to
Richmond, and should tho Confederates annov
urn roint, mey win at once 00 routed -
1 wo negroes escaped from rie Point last
night. 1 bey report tbat the rebels are in large
force opposste Newport New.. .-. -v . ,
[Special to the Post.]
Washinqton, Jolv 18. A courier from Gen.
McDowell's headquarters reports tbat the army
marcned early this morning lor centerville.
uen. McDowell said last night that be be
lieved that the rebel would fight there.
II waa reported that tbe rebels, under John
son, are endeavoring to effect a junction with
Beauregard. . . - ;
federal scouts report 3u,uuu to w.uuu rebel
at Centreville and Manassas.
[Special to the Commercial.]
It la rnmored that there haa been an engage
ment at Centerville, bnt unconfirmed
Tbe battery which accompanies Gen. Mc
Dowell consists of eight 33 pounders, the larg
est neid battery in the service. -
[Tribune Special.]
Washington, July 17. The Secretary of War
to-day aocepted htteen additional regiments
from fennsylvama. :. .. . ?
[Special to Herald.]
Senator Simmons, of Rhode Island, haa pre
pared an entirely new tariff bill, which he in
tends to give as a substituto for the House bill,
raising the duties to ten per cent, on all articles
where toe bill will not exceed ou per oent.
[Special to Herald.] Thirty-seventh Congress--Extra Session.
BiNATt. Searetarr Fornev called the Senate to order
andatatedthathehada note from the Vice President
laying that he ihould be anient for the rett of the iti
Tbe bill to provide for an Aislstant Secretary of tbe
Hvrj waa taken rip and altar a abort debate paaeed.
Mr. Hale moved to take op the bill for tbe better or
amnlaatton of the Marine OorpatwhIcB was afraea to.
and tbe amenamente 01 us naval voanmoewasaaopi
edao4 tho bill pseted.V r .1 ,
Bonn. Mr. Wuhburne,- from the committee on
Commerce, reported tbe bill to remit flnei and penaltlea
In oertaln caaaa Incurred by reaaon of tbe clotlog of tbe
Southern porta, and consequently nocollectora are there
to give tne proper papera to veiieis leaving inoie porta.
ine out paawa.. 1
Mr, Sheffield reported lbs bill tuppleawntary to the
aot to proteot eommerce an panlah piracy. . Koforred.
Oa motion of Mr. Elliot, a leeoluttoa waa paaeed In
structing the committee on Oommeres to laqalro Into
tbe ezpediescy 01 elosing. by as est 01 uongresa, cer
tain porta In tbe rebeUwus aUalea with leave to report
by bill or oioerwiae. w ' :
Mr. Oolfax. from the Poatoffloe oomaaittes, 'reported a
bill that all prepaid Utters to th soldiers addressed to
them at the point where tthey are-destined, may, when
ever praotieaole, be sent to any sthsr petal witboot fur-
merenarga. , 0 . . , . . t - rv -.
Mr. Pendleton, from the LTadlctsnr oommlttee, report
ed s bill for the relief ef (he Obio Volunteers. Xt pro
vides for paying them at the time they arrive at the place
of readeaveua ioataad of from the Urns whss tbsy were
sworn in, whioh waa twelve days at terwsrda. Aa ataend-
msot was also made directing lbs War vopsnmsat to
pay tbe Militia of the other BtaUa atmllarly situate.
111 out waa was pawn. ., v r
Arrival of the Asia.
Niw York, Julr 18 The Aala rom Liver
pool on the 6th, and Qoetnstown .oa the 7th
tost., arrived at three r. m , bringing 110.000
In specie. ' -' i--
An intlaential aeputation, relative to th up
presslon of the African slave trade, had ani In
terview with Lord John Russell and tbe LUdrt
of Newcastle. Both concurring generally with
tbe views of the deputation, and the latter
said the Governors of British settlement in
Afrioa have been lnstrnoted to encourage
eommerce and the growth of cotton, etc., to Up
utmost, , . .,,
It Is again asserted that the Pope's healt) Is
very precarious. '.'v sI I .
There Is still a want of animation In lb
Manchester market, but spinner hav "Obtain
ed a general advance of Jd, and In some instan
ces Ud per pound. An advance 1 demanded on
cloth. . .. v
BacADSTurr. weatoer unsettled ana less
favorable lor cropa-.Wakelld, Nash ft Co
report floor steady at former rates; sale at 25
(giioa. Wheat steady at iuu prioea ana very
firm for.fio descriptions: rsd96d13s white
1U bdia per-eeotaw-4'ora in tair eeqnest
and easier te isiii yenomtutt oa;- white; 3U
99a. i 'tl .1 JjiII ' -l-ui I
Provibions. Salci af extreme ratos.fos fine,
but lower lor lafatioN Perk dulL Bacon .dull
and Main a Bhaee easier at 4043s.
j London. Barlof Brother reoort' breadatiffii
doll. but price unchanged. . Flour difficult! of
sale, although freely oQered. W hlte wheat I at
MliU red- 6a&. - flour VbjMt-bi
Taaa a ahade'ldwer for.' CortVoes.' CbfCael In
good demand at full price." Rice ery.fljit; eut
value unchanged. . l'r
LaTtaT. bale of. cotton - ea Saturday of
12,000 balss.iBcludiDf 3000-foriplattoii sjnd
exports market closed steady. ' ' ' 1
,, weadBtuffa steady, . rrovtaioos quieu.
rCoeol8(8)8ff rtTT"' TTrrTTT
' LonDoiv.'Batarday Illinois Central shale
w ASBiNOTOif, JaTy 18. DTpthloe .reliable dt
oTGdJal has been received from,. Fufi Coart
House up to noon to-day.
The President has appointed John Armstrong
I'ostmaster at epringneid, ah.
Gen. McDowell's Entry at Fairfax.
ficial aoeonnt of hi forward movement is tn
reoeivedat theWaDeoartmnl.;ii ft d not
differ from the other aooounte mibliahed. I .
It appsare the artillery and cavalry dashed
through Fairfax at a gallop, In ebase of the ecu
fderata troona. fnlloiiuiir them four mile, a
far a Ce'ntrrvllle.'j- It i understood Centerville
will bs ge tended by the rebels. . (
From Missouri.
Stracusx. Mo., Jul 18. The rumor current
ytsterdsy that a battle had taken place near
Georgetown between the Home Guards and - se
cessionist under Magoffin, seems to have been
a hoax started by secessionist who also gave
out that Syraeuse and Florence, a town ten
miles sooth of this', were to be burned.- , "
Last night our citizen kept watch all night,
but there wa no disturbance.
Large numbers of men are reported a, flock
Ing to Magoffin' aid.
r Baltimore. Jolv 17 Further Investigation
among tho papers found In the police court se
riously implicate New York parties in tbe 19th
ot ApriiRatuu. .. ,., ,
Cincinnati Market.
Cincinnati Market. CINCINNATI, July 18.
VLODH Waa Obite lireaelutlr eupported!to-day. A
fait local inquiry Is experieaeed, and oertaln brands had
a very good run The same prices are quoted that were
quoted yesterday.
WHBAT Old wheat waa taken quite freely to day.
Then li not muth of a market for new. Borlnc waa
sold at 70o and old red at 77cl white command, from 65c
lo too
OORN Is sold at 30o. but distillers do not offer over
28c. There is consequently but little doing In It. ,
OATS Inaetlrs at 23c In bulk. 7 v . . rr '
BaRLET Not marketable. . S t " I y.
KTB Has a nominal market at Ulc. 4-WUISIiV-Stasda
flnnly at 13c, 1
... -, , ,- . ' Vmnmerctal,
Cleveland Market.
CLEVELAND, July 17. 1861.
PLOTJR Inactive. No sales reported
WHBATBteady, with local demand at 00s for red.
Bale of 1 car red at f 1 on sraek.
COBN Bales or one oar al soc. . ,
04T8 Salea of 1 carat 22 cssU- ...
BtaHWiNES-Flrm at lie. , ! ii J .1 i
'BCTTEIt Sales of II kega St 8. - ' - - t
EQ03 Steady at 80.
UrkettherwlM unchanged and geoeraUy ionactlvs,
Malls for New York Oltv. Boeton. Albanv. Buffalo.
Pittsburgh, dteubenville way. Cleveland. Zaneselile,
Newark, flranvtlle, Washington City, Baltimore, Phila
delphia and New Orleans, olose dally (Sundays except-
eu; at o 0 ciocs p. m. i -
1 A through mail for New York and Clevelasd Closes
datly (Sundays excepted) at (o'clock p. m. "'
0. 0. at 0. B. B. Way Mail closes dally (Sunday, el
oepted) st o'clock p. m.
Central Ohio Way Mall closes dally (Sunday! excepted)
at 10 o'clock a. m. - 1 ' .
C tncinnatl Way Mall cioaes dally (Sandaya exoeptsd) at
o'clock a. m.
Chicago, Dubuque, Delaware, Marlon and Worthing-
ton Main closes dally (Sundays excepted) at 2 o'clock
p.m. r . , , --. .
naiiSTors.enia, epnngneia, uayton, Toledo, Cincin
nati, Indianapolis, IiOuiarille, St. Louis, and Detroit,
closee dally (Sundaya exoepted) at 8 o'clock p. m.
A tnrougn mail 10 JLenia, nprlnrneid and Ulncinnaa
closes dally (Bundaya excepted) at 10 o'clock a. m. '
urbana, nqua, Tiffin and Union City mall close! dally
(Sundays excepted) at 8 o'elook s. m.
Lancaster, Logan, Nelsonville, Olrcleville, Chlllloothe,
Portamouth, Washington 0.11., Athena, Marietta and
Billaboroush nulla sloss dally (Sundaya exoeptsd) at 8
o'clock p. m.
Bast Way Mall by National Boad to Zanesvllle oloses
dally (Bundaya excepted) at is o'clock m. ...
Harrlaburgb Mall closea dally (dunday, excepted) at 3
o'olock p. m.
Mt. Vernon Mall, by way of Westerrllle and Snnbury,
cioaes daily (Bundaya excepted) at 2 o'clock p. m. '
Dnblln Mall eloaea daily (Sundaya ocepted)at 2 o'clock
p. m. -
Lancaster Way Mail closea dally (Sunday! excepted) at
Hall from New Tork, Boston, Philadelphia, Buffalo,
Albany, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Dayton, Toledo, Xenia,
Detroit, Sprlngneld, Olnolnnatl, Chllllcotbe, St. Louis,
and all Southern cities, arrive between the hours ot 9
o'clock p. m. and 4 o'clock a. m.
Mails from Indianapolis, Chicago and Dubaejws- arrive
at 3:40 a. m. . ...
Malls from Washington City, Baltimore, Wheeling,
Zaneaville, Newark, Btsubasvllle, Mt. Verne, and the
0 . 0. B. B. Way Mall, arrive at 12 o'clock m.
Way Mail from Cincinnati arrives at 3 o'clock p.m.
Lancaster M&ll nl 9 o'clock n. m .
ataat Way Mail over the NsUonal Road arrives at 11
s 'clock a. m.
Mt. Vernon Way Mail arrlvee at 11 :00 a. m. '
Mall from Dublin arrives at 12 o'clock m.
Urbana Way Mail arrives al 8 o'clock p.m. I
Harrisbnigh Mail arrives st 11 o'olock a,sk
Lanoaeter Way Mall arrives at 18 o'elook m-
Office delivery opes every day (except Sunday) from
7 o'elook a. m. toe o'elook p. m. Open on Sundaya
from 7tf to B o'elook In the morning, and bom S to 0
o ciocs in ine evening.
Spring ; &
, . ob1 .... ;" " , !
Summer Millinery.
'l ' . . The StooOt llopiaiilshecl
s Ut KOCKOF.T i ., . ,
Spring & ST.mn.er Millinery
. Is now oompUte, comprising every variety of Itlllln-
ery; alas, a large assortment of Embroideries, Hosiery
aa Hotlsns, Ao., and In quantities and prtoas that canj
not falLto suit aH who may favor us, with a call. She
goods have bean bought at Panic pitcss, and will be sold
at a small advance en coat.
Mia 91. E. YOONO, lata of N fork City,
will inperlnienif ths" Utlllnery Department. Her long
experience" In th moat Fashionable Establishment In
Broadway will alone bs a warranty that ah will bs able
to give entire satisfaction In matter! of taste to all wbo
may favor bar with theit orders. ; ' j .
ths Ladies of Columbus and vicinity will pleas ac
cept my sincere thacka for their liberal patronage, and
I wonld respectfully solicit a continuance ot ths same.
' It. H. WARE, a!:
68 Eait Town St., Celnmboe, U.
aprU-dto-tod ' :Q , ( .
't'ijic nr '
tFrom ths New 1 ork Observer.!.' , I
As sll parties manufactnrlnr Bewtns Haohlnes are ob-
VreA ia pay air,' Hows Bsenas sa each aaohlne sold,
and are a'so eompelled to make returns to him, uader
oath, aa to ths number sold, his books givs a correct stats-
iU - rrosa tais ssitabis sense w asTe oMakua tne
following statistics, r Ot (be macblnea mads In th year
,iv, uisra wore eoiu.
0 Wheslei' at WlIioa;,,.,..A-tlM
'vu,fl.B. Singer Co.. ....;...-.10,9Sj
" arover Baker iu,m
Showing the hies of Whseler as Wllaoe to W doitk
those ef any oUr Oosapaoy.'' . ' ..t,l.
AwarteA ths highest yrsorluisi at the
. Oalvsd States Fairs of 168, 18U sad I860;
.iVIl ' SISSSaSBS v Hi.", r
and at nearly all the .County Fairs la ths IUU
Osr vriees. at ths late reduction, eww at km mt enf
esee arte maehlae now sold, ssd bat a tilts big hss tpan
Iks loteciot aaeo tvanwa. cAoet stee boomsms, tow
to reed txa themaiSMS.. r - -! "
Loca aVnoa- ibs onlyone wbtch esanot ss raveled. H
ia aliu es asta ewssoi ins aoeda. lesvta no rwo sr
evaasatBiaMs ejsaler. seals. Mr i i-,..ir.-i, ..-
AU waaeaWei etisi1' esefsil S ysors, Ki lassi-iicaloii
give to their ass, free of snares. - I
..v .1 , II. OaU&K,81 High st.,Colsiba,q.
. sca4awa.mw9B ' Pike's Opera Hooss, Oiatooat(.
... a sw cha mwtim aai.
and FBBJi lNNt Oimi of lb
distressing oomplalni iu ;
yi.si.a.i i .si'-! ;f31J-F T8 ' A''.J "' 1
Hade kg 0- B. IIYktOCH 00., 107 Nassa St., N.
Fries 1 per boil sent tree by poet.
-w- NSaa1sBW .
An experienced Naise and female Physician, presesti
i -. wuh avwuunai mouisra. uer ..
which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by soft
enlnr the Euma. reducing all inflammation win aiiuv
ALL PAIN andapasmodle action, and la
DepMS Kfvon IL,ioimt,M will glvd rut to roarftelm
we have not uo and sold this article for over ten vean.
anauan DAI, in vuflrivsiivaaav iauiB,oin,
wo uo.o uoror vocm iw pojr ui muj viuer meal-
AN OB, TO JtFPIOT A CUEB, when timely used. Nev
er did we knyw an Instance of diasatlsfaetion by any one
who use It. Qn the contrary, all are delighted with Its
operations, and. speak In terms of commendation of Its
magical effects and medical virtues. Wo apeak In this
matter "WHAT W DO KNOW;" after ten yeara' expo
almost every Instsnes where -itie infant la suSarlng from
pain and exhaustion, relief will be fonnd In fifteen 01
twenty mlnutee after theByrup Is administered.
This valuable preparation la the prescription of one of
New Bngland. and has been used with NBVKR FAIL
' Itaotonly rellsveathsohlld from pain, bat Invlgor
atee the stomach and bowels, oorreots acidity, and givet
tons and energy to the whole system. It will almost In!
etantly relievs. . .j
so overcome eonva ifions, wtiloh. If sot speedily reme
died, end In death. We belters It the BBbT and BOB'
It arises from teething, or from any other canie. Wa
wonld say to svery motbsrwhehaea child eofleriB from
any of th! foregoing complaints DO NOT LBT VOUH
atand between yon and your Buffering child, and tbe re
lief that will be BUBB-yee. ABSOLUTELY 8UKB-to
follow the use of this medisins, if timely used, full di
rections tor using wilt aooompany each bottle. None
genuine mnieas the fac -aim lis of CURTIS PHRKINB;
Sew ork, ie oa the outside wrapper. ... ,. -
Bold by all Druggist! throughout the world.
Prl ttcipal Of flee, 18 Ceear Street II. v.
oct27-dfcwly. " ! -
ITIitnnfacfTxrers of all kinds f Por
table anal Stationary Nteam F.a
(iDes, aw Mills, 4rlst Mills,
eve. &c. .: - 1
LSKEA BODlXi &Oml B. ot J. BLAND TStatml
. e CO. SMimtilll "
Oar Portasle loeine and Saw HU1 1
Was swarded th first premium of (SO st th Indiana
S lata Fair for 1?G0 over Lane atBodley1 on account ot
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy .of fuel
and superior character of lumber sawed.
Onr Stationary Pnglne was awarded at tbe earns Fall
the brat premium of (200.
Our Portable Bngins was awarded the first premlnn ol
iuu at me rair at mempnia, renn., over uianay a Uu
vsll'a, Oolumbua Machine Co'a., and Bradford at Co's.
by a committee of practical Railroad Bngineers.
for price and terms address
W1LLABD WARNER, Treasurer,
decS-dfcwIyeota. . .. Newark, Ohio
ILSTo. 4 Ghvvnne Block.
. IBB GOODS, and Invite the publio to tnrpect
tnem. No inch stock of Goods haa sver been brought to
this market. Ins South, in consequence of ths fsllurs
of the grain erop, haa aot been able to purchase the us
nal quantity of rich goods, and thia fact hae forced the
imponsro to sou tnem as putiiis aactlon. Our buyer
(Mr. Stone) being to New Tork at these large sales, took
edvantassof tbem, andws can snd will esil oar goods
bars, at less than any ons wbo purchased two weeks since,
paid for them In New Xork. Oar stock la oomplete in
every department of
, , . . BROCHEVALENCIAS, ' - '
Un.Lh.Arl9, -
i; y i;-. DELAINES.
Fiye Thausand Dollars Worth
-.: Bought m One Day,
Men V Ladles and Children'! Under Shirt and Prawe rs;
Ladles, Misses and Children's Hosiery ef sll kinds, in
Wool and Lamb's Wool! Fleecy Lined and Cotton Gloves
of Svery soaks..
A oemplete aasDrtmeiit of all the uaual varie
ties of - ' !' - ' '''-''" ',
-t" - s 1.
Ladiei andQent'i Linen Cambric Hand-
kercMefj, &o.
To neraona wha eall on- bll- ws nlados onr worda to
show them tbe largest, best asd ehespsel stock of Ooods
ever seen la this market, sr. pay thsaasas dollar per
aonr wnue loosing. .
ueci-uuxtawiiw. .ci BXOSa at U UABBA
" Wholesale atitl Ketall Dealer la -'
Keep tsonstmntl'en hand Alt tbe t
- - rictus BUAN IN atf
Xxxxjooirt&dL Oisara.
Oct.- w " i
Ohio White w Salphur Sprfnk
fms FAVORirii Resort- wni be orto
sTxxrto XO, lOOX.
raaatca aaauute aeaauiie noaurs tub atasoN, ca ss
aocowii oni.m at aamosn tim, j
lewli Center P. 0, Delaware Co., Ohio
may 5S;dlao.
"They go-Right to the Spot,"
Inatant Hellef Stop year Cougtal
t. - orllf your Breath!
Streng-tben yonr Voice!
' spALDiwa'ia
They relieve a Cough lustautly.
Thoj clear tbe Throat.
They give strength auil volume to the voice.
Tbey impart a delicious aroma to tho breuib.
They are delightful to the taste.
They are made of simple herbs and cannot
harm any one.
I Adviie every one wbo has a Cough or a husky Voice
or a Bad Breath, or any difficulty of the Throat, to set
a package of my Throat Conftctlons; they will relieve
yon Instantly, and you will agree with me that "tbey
go right to the spot " You will find tbem very useful
and pleasant while traveling or attendiog publio meet
ings for stilling your Cough or allaying your thirst. If
you try one package, I am safe In isying that you will
ever afterwards consider them Indispensable.
Tou will Sod them at tbe Drug;ists and Dealers in
My signature is cn each package. All others are
A package will be sent by mall, prepaid, on receipt ot
Thirty Cents.
Henry C. Spalding,
By the use of these rills the periodic attacks of Hit
tout or Ski Bcadauha maybe prevented; and if taker,
at the commencement of an attack immnJIate relief from
pain and sickness will be obtained.
They seldom fall in removing tbe Auueu and
och to which females are so subject.
Tbey act gently upon the bowels removing Ciw.'irr
lor LIUrary Men, Studtntt, Delicate Female
and all persons of serfen tary habitl, they are vilna
as s Laaatitt, Improving the appetite, giving U n
nQer to the dleitlvo organs, and restoring the natur
elasticity and strength of the whole system.
TH1 CXFIIAXIO FILLS are the result of long ibTus
tlgatlon and carefully conducted expermeuts, hnir,;
been In nse many years, durii.gahkh time they have
prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and im'cr
Ing from Headache, whether originating in tbe ntmnv
system or from a deranged state of the ttomarfi.
They are entirely vegetable In their eompoiition an
may be taken at all times with perfect safety without
making any change of diet, and tht alttntt of any
dUaorteailt tattt rendtrt it taty to tdmlult'cr cr.
The genuine have five sigcatuieaof IUnry 0 epaldiug
on eaoh Box.
Bold by Drugglsla snd all other Dealera In Medicine,
A Box will be sent by mall, prepaid, on receipt of tbe
3Prioo, 30 Oonts.
All orders should bs addressed to
'48 Cedar Street, New fork.
from the Examiner, Norfolk, Va.
Cephalic Pills accomplish the object for wbiah they
were made, via.: Cure of headache in all Its forms
Prom ths Examiner, Norfolk, Va.
They hare been tested in more than a thousand cases
With entire
' From the Democrat, St. Cloud, Minn.
If you are, or have been, troubled with the hcmlad.o
send fur a box, (Cephallo Pills,) so that yon may have
them in ease of an attack. ,
from ths Advertiser, Providence, It. I.
Tbe Cephallo Fills are said to bs a remarkably effective
remedy- for the headache, and one of the very best for
that very frequent oovplaint.which has ever been dis
covered. from the Western R. K. Gasette, Ohlcsgo, III.
We heartily endorse Mr. Spaulding, and his unrivaled
Cephallo Pill! .
From the Kanawha Valley Star, Kanawha. Va.
We are sure tbat persons suffering with the headacbe
who try them, will stick to tbem.
From the Southern Path tinder, New Orleans, La.
Try them! you that are afflicted, and we are sure that
your test traony can be a.tdoa lo tne already numeroua
list that has received bencfita that no other medicine can
7. From the Bt. Louis Democrat.
The Immense demand for the article .CoLhalto I'llli
la rapidly increasing. ' .
From the Qaaette, Davenport. Iowa.
Mr. Bpaldlns would not connect his name with an at-
Usie he did not knou is o oasass real merit.
Dj"A stngls bottle of SPALDING'S PBIPARED
UL.U win save ten limes lis ooaioauiiy.a'jj,
: ' sava tbi piioiai
Uj"A Stttcw ir Tim BiVts Nms."OI
Asaocidanta will happen, even in well reflated ram
tiles. It Is very desirable to have soma aheap and sou
venieat way for repairing Furniture, leys, 0 rookery
meets sll such emergencies, and no Oosaahoid ssn afford
to be without It. It isalweye ready, and up to tbe stick
tagpoln.4 p(jHW fjyiRY B0U8K."
' M, B A Brash acoom panics each bottle.
eente. Addreee,
' ' . . . No. 48, Cedar Btroet, Mew Xork.
j OACTIOM. i .
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As certain anprlndpled persona are attempting I
palm off on the nnanspeoting publio, Imitations aa
PRBPABJtD SLOB, I would caution nil persons toe
amiss before purchasing, and see that tbe full name,
Is oa the outside wrapper; all others are awlndliogeea
tsrfelta. . - nov

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