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Albany, Buffalo,
ritiiburgb, rteuDtnriu way
newara, unarm, nainingiou vuy, "'""'""i
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d) at 8 o'clock p. m.
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too Mali elotet dally (Bandars excepted) at 9 o'clock
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Mailt froaa lodianapolU, Chicago and Dnbaqne arrive
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Kut Way Mall orer the National Road arrlret at 11
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Mall from Dublin arrlret at 19 o'clock m. -
Urbana Way Mail arrlret at 9 o'clock p. n. '
Harrltbm gh Mall arrlret at 11 o'olock a. a.
Lancaster War Mall arrlret at 13 o'clock m.
OtBoe dellrery open erery day (except Sunday) from
7 o'clock a. m. toB o'clock p. m. Open on Sunday!
from Iff to 9 o'clock In the morning, and from J to i
The Adamt ExpreM Company places u daily
under obligations to it for tha very laUst papers
Irom the eastern cities.- - - :
The American EiDrags Comoanr has our
thanks for its daily favors In the shape of the
rery latest eastern paper.
Thi Dead aD Wodndid. The Gorern
ment Bteanvtr'Silrer Like No. S, Captain John
Dived rv, from Camp EoTtrtTKanahwa rlrer,
arrived at Cincinnati, Monday evening? bring
ing amoog her passengers the Rev. R. D. Van
Deueion, Chaplain, having in charge the re
mains of Colonel John W. Lowe, of the 13th
Ohio Regiment, who was shot through the fore
head and Instantly killed at the battle of Carol
ies Ferry. The remains were forwarded to
Xenla on Monday night, by rail, for interment.
Colonel W. S. Lttle, Captain 8. J. McGoa
ty, and First Lieutenant John Fannino, of Co.
A, lOih Ohio, and Lieutenant J. B. Downit, of
the 13th Ohio, wounded In the same battle, also
arrived on the Silver Lake. Colonel Lttle and
his brother officers are doing remarkably well;
being declared out of danger by their attendant
O" The Commissioners of Hamilton county,
on Monday last, appropriated $3,575 for the re
lief of families of volunteers. .
O" The Zinesville Courier regrets to learn
the death of Rev. Wm. Hamilton, of Gratiot,
the father of Capt. Hamilton, of Zinesville,
whose company has gone to Western Virginia.
Battalion Deill We received a polite note
from Brigadier-General Hill, Itvitlng us to
witness a Battalion Drill at Camp Chase yes
terday afternoon. We regret exceedingly that
circumstances bejond our oontrol prevented our
compliance with the invitaliou. Oar heart-felt
thanks are, nevertheless, due to Gen. Hill.
D" The U. S. District Court for the North
ern District of Onio, commenced a session at
Cleveland, on Monday last, Sept 1C.
The Zanesville Blue. We are pleased to
learu, as we do from the Courier, that Captain
Muse's company is nearly full and will be
ready to organise by the election of , officers In
a few da)S. " '
ID" Mayor Thomas yesterday morning dealt
outeveu handed justice by fining some five or
six persons, brought before him for drunkenness
and other disorderly conduot. Our worthy
Mayer rarely suffers individuals guilty of such
things, to esoape when brought into his pres.
ence, without doing penanoe by paying a fine,
or passing a season In the lock -op or on the
chain-gang. '
ID" Fifty men from Wyandot and Upper San.
dusky, Wyandot county, designed for Major
Constable's regiment of Light Artillery, and
Fsimont's division of the army, arrived In Cln-
oinnati on Monday night, and lelt yesterday
afternoon for St. Louis. , '. ' , ,
. CTThe Thirty-Fourth Regiment got safely off
at Cincinnati, on Sunday night, on steamers tor
np the liver, , Col. Piatt was lo meet 'them at
Marietta. ' 1 ' ' '' ' 'v.; - -
v. . -r
htr Two companies from Dyto&ud- Card
ngton arrived at CtBolanatl,-on Monday night,
for Col.rTkMNETT'B regiment of Cavalry. ,'..'
D" A score or so of prisoners of war taken In
Lewis county, Va., were sent to Camp Chase
j yesterday.'-;;; lV
ST Captain Pattom, with a cavalry company
of ninety-five men, reported at headquarters' ou
Monday eight.
i'-f'T : 2 r-
CTThe Toledo Timrs of the 14th Inst., says:
'The 'Fourteenth Regiment' will we learn be
ull, to overflowing',, to-day. " The trouble bo
fonger exists as to securing the enlistment of
ecrults to fill It, bat, as to what will be done
with the overplus. Colonel Nobtor's 21st is
full, with two or thfeo oompanles offered to
spire; Colonel .Bradley's , 38h Is full, with
fragmentary portlone of oosnpanles to spare,
and the Fourteenth can show a master roll on
Monday of 1,300, probably, if so many would be
aocepted. hii.iri; ,tr.. -. . .,,
Emmpr jnolds's'i Eslatel' 7
NOtlOB is hereby girea that tha anderttgaed hae thjt
day been appolnUd by tke f eokato Court of Prank
Un oounty, Okie, adminlatrator ot, the eatate of Kauaor
Beynoldt, lata of Iruro towsablp, la said oounty, de
atated. Dated. bhleHtb. day ft BepUmber, A. D. 1801.
aepld-3w .-r. WJ4AM AtoOBAY.
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f PIT ? & B C ll'Q llP.ii"'i
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Oei. SS-lyd
Rail Road Time Table.
Lima Miami a Oeumtot it Xxku B. B.
' Learet. Arrives
Cincinnati loaommouatloa. 3:00 A. M. 9: Ml P. M.
" Bxpreis. IkM A. M. 11:03 A. M.
Mall and Aooommodatioa.. 9:10 P. M. 9:00 P. M,
Night Xxpreat via Day Iod.190 mldalgai, !: A. M
Jao. W. Doanrr, Agent
OoumiDS As Oiaraua B. B.
Night Bxpreet. S:eO A. M. 11:15 P. if,
New York Xxprott 11:10A.M. HhMA. M.
U.U.stU. wayaxprett.... 8:W P.M. 7:54 P. M
Jamu Pattouom, Agent.
OamuOut B. B. '
No. 3BrtM S:S0 A. il. li as A. M
No- 3 do , 9:U P. M. ILtf A. M
W. Ji tax, Agtot.
"r.Tttoaei, Ooidmioi tt Owcwbati B. B.
Mall Train. 3.39 A.M. UMA.U
ipreee Train 11:25 A.M. 8:45 P. M
Jot. KoiiMot, Agent.
Ooujmoi k. IxoiARONua, B. B.
(OouJMiut PiqoA m IniAka B. B.) '
No. I Xxomt 8:30 A. M. 8:00 P. M
No. 9 f 3:00 1. U. 7:U P. M
Accommodation 10:50 A. M
0. W. Surra, Agent.
Master Commissioners Sale. '
Joseph P. Bywatert
Superior Court,
Wm. . Darnell ot
to me directed, from the Superior Court of Prank-
lin County, Ohio, I will offer for tale, at the door of
we uourt-uouM, in tne city or Uolumbut, on
Monday, Oct. 7th, 1861,
atone o'clock P. M., the following detcrlbed real crtate
titaato In the county of franklin and Slate of Ohio, to
wiu a lie oonin nan or tne n . u. quarter or section si,
uiwuuiip ii, range xi, uniwa niaiei niniary unos, oon
talnlng eighty acret.
appraitcaat Vo ooperarre.
0, W. HTTP? MAS, Sheriff,
and Matter Oommlttloner.
Order to sell the above described Land in parts.
On motion to the Court by S. Taylor, attorney for de
ftndanta, It it ordered that the order of oaleheretofore
mad in the abort named action, be and the tame la hara.
ny ouaogea at iouowi: ..
The Sheriff It ordered to tell laid land la the follow
ing manner, lib To offer for tela and tell thirty aoret
off of tald tract of land btlonctnr to William B. Dar
nell, belns the North cart of aald tract: and If laid 30
acrei ao not bring a tamcient amount to pay too aamo,
then that he offer for tale the 30 acret Immediately ad
joining the former on the South; and If a sufficient
amount ot money it not reotlred from the awe to tatl.
fy mid order, then that the tald Sheriff tell the balanct
of tald land, at directed by the former order of thli
and Master Oommlnioner,
Printer'! fee 8 00. , . .
Superior Court of Franklin Coun
ty, Ohio.
Pranclt M. Story, by hit next friend.
Mary Story, petitioner,
Tl. '
Fait In partition.
Joseph Story fc others, ntpondentt.
i the mid Court to mo directed. I will offer for t
publlo tuition at the door o( tha Court Hoase, la the
city of Columbus, on .. . ,
Saturday, the 28th day of Sept, A. D. 1861,
between the hourt of IS o'clock X. and S o'clock P. If.,
tha following detcrlbed real ettate, tituate In Pleatant
townthip, Franklin county, Ohio, and bounded and de
tcrlbed at follown
Ptrt of aarrev No. 3BOB. of tha Vinlnla Mllitan Bar.
veyi, beginning at a Hake in the tonthwem corner of the
tract of land, containing: ona hundred hm. tmmA tn
Jotlah Birani by Joteph Btory by deed bearing date May
,uuu, wcDceeouiaofjf poles to a ttate and rour small
hlckoriot and elm; thenoe eatt 194 polea to a stake in a
prairie; thenoe north 87X poles to a stake on the wmt
tide of an oka marked ae comer in tha line of the Klrer't
lot; toeaco wettJSi polee to tha begianlag, containing
fifty two and a haM acret, mora or lem; tnMeoS to a
dower eomto heretofore aet oft and attlgntd to Mary
Btory, widow of mid Marmaduke Btory la laid premiaeo,
detcrlbed at followt: 17 67--106 acret ot aaid land, bound
ed at followi: Beginning eta take from which a black
walnut 13 inohtt In diameter bears N. 45W deg. X. 16
Unka; thence 8. 3 dec. W.Sfrpolet and SO llnkt to a
Itake; thence 8. 88 deg. B. 124 poles to a stakt In the
wett line of Xeoman's land; thenoe N. 9 potet and 80
links to a itakt la too wait tide of an ehn marked at a
corner; uenca a. t aeg. wen ik oolet to the begin-
Appraised at 815 00 per acre.
Printer's fees 88 00.
HTJfftfAir, Sheriff.
v 1
Sheriffs Sale,
Wray Thomas )
Tt. Bnnerlor Oanrt.
Idward A.Brown tt al. J
to mo directed, from the Bnnerlor Court of Prank
Un county, Ohio. I will offer for aalt at the door of the
uoart noun, In the city of Columbus, Ohio,
On Saturday, Ootober 5tb, 18C1,
at one o'clock, P. M., the following premltei, iltuate in
the oounty of Franklin, and State of Ohio, and bound
ed at followt, to wit:
That tract or paroel of land lying eatt ot tot city of Co
lumbus, being a tubdlrlilon of half teotlon No. S3, town
ship No. S, range No. S3, Refugee land, and detcrlbed
on a oertaln plat recorded in the office of the Recorder
in and for tald Franklin county, In Book No. 31, page
CS (reference thereto being hereby made), at lot No. Stt,
containing eieren acret ana seventy-toreo one-bund-redtht
of an acre (11 77-100), and which wat conveyed to
r jau at nam oy jonn urtignton, ana by sua Byail
Darit and wife to adward A.Brown, br deed dated October
7th, A. D. 1858, and recorded In Book No. 61, page 178,
In tha Beoorder't office In said Franklin oounty the
abore premltet hereby at aforetald eonrered. belna sub
ject, in the hand! of tha tald Edward A. Brown, to the
claim or hit mother, Caroline Brown, for the charge and
expente of her reatonable and eomfortablt support and
maintenance during bar natural life.
Alto, the following deacribed real ettate, titmte In the
oouniy of franklin, and Btato of Ohio, to wit; She
weet half of lot No. SB, In the tubdlrlilon of half sea-1
lion No. S3, townthip No. 5, rente No. 8. at made and
detained In a oertaln plat recorded In the Beoorder't
office of Franklin county, In Book No. 31, page 05 (Re
fugee laadt); the whole of tald lot containing eieren'
and cerenty-three hundredths of an acre (1173 100), and
being the tame land that wat eonrtyed to thttaid Byall
At Stria by John Orelabton, and by said Brail Darla
and wife to Oonstantlne Johnson, by deed dated October
7th, A. S. 1856. and recorded In Book No. 61, page 175,
In the Becorder t omot of tald franklin county. J
Appraited at Lot No. 29.
.1S0 00 per
WethalfofLotNo.S8,atS50 00 " i '
O. W. HUFFMAN. Bhtrlf
By Bo. Dim, Deputy.
J. 0. Biamiv, Atl'r.
Printer'i feet, SjlO CO
.' Sheriff's Sale.
Jamei Tucker and wlfti
vt. Common Pleu.
Bllat I,. Hughes. . ..-
to me directed from tha Court of Common Pleat of
Franklin county, 0., I will offer for salt, al the door of
the Court Houtt, In the ejly of Colamkus, on
Monday, September 30th, 1861, :
At one o'clock, P. 1 the following dtterlbed real es
tate, iltuate In thecounty of Franklin, and State of
Ohio, to ww f
Lot No, 6, rh John and Henry Miller's Addition to
the City of Oolumbui.
Appralied at aSOO.
' ' - a. W. BTTPPMAN, Sheriff,
Prlnttr's lees, 84.50. By Bo. Dans, Deputy.
angBtjd v ; ... ... , , ,
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Bale of Real Eatate br order of Court
W.M. finch. )
vt. Superior Court of franklin County.
John Brown it al.) .
IM pursuance of an order of the Superior Court of
Franklin oounty, Ohio, made at the May term thereof,
A. D. 1861, in the abore entitled action, then will be
offend for tale, at public auction, to the hlghtat bidder,
on ...
, Baturday, the Sth day of Oct., A. D. 1861,
at the hour of 10 o'clock A.M., at the door of tht Conrt
Houee, in the city ot Oolumbui, in laid franklin oounty,
too followbK real eitate. to wli-
la-lot aamber S ot Bobert Nell's tddltlon to tht oily
of Oolumbui, being tht north-oaeS comer ot Lookwia
turopiae ana jonnctown blank road ,
Appraised at $1,366.00.
- forms of sals, cath. ' -
' . ; f WAOKB BWATNB; "s
. ' . Bpeclal Matter Commimloner
B. It H. Chittenden, Attyt. -1 .
. frinlcr'i r, Si.va, ,
Aug. S8, IBSt-wtw. '.
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Reuben Heltwanderi
I.:. VS. ' I
John Bt Turney. )
Superior Court.
U : 4o go) directed, from the Superior Court ot
franklin oounty, Ohio, I will offer for tale at tht door
of tha Court Boats, in the city of Columbus, on
; Saturday, the Slot day of Sept, A. D. 1861,
at owe o'clock, P.M., the following detcrlbed real eitate,
titaato la tht oounty of franklin and Stats of Ohio, to
la Baker Ac Mltehell'i tubdlrltlon of cut-low, Not. 7 and
o, oi toe alty of Oolumbui, ae par recorded plat la tht
Beoorder't ouV of franklla eoawty, Ohio,
Appraited at Lot Ho. 3, S9SJ 00. t..; ts'
. t iun, , ".;. e,. asm oo.1' .'.' i ..
ru' 'I'lO.'W.MprflUW.irwrlt''
aaaaamie sh mm Wfawww
X fore txttttiig between the undnnli-ned, ander the
td by mutual eenaent tha Crtl day of AprU. lbe U
foe waaineaa of tha lata firm will be Mtli b. n .
Aastsraasw, Who oontlaae) (he buaUmm at the old nil.
mayl-dr, . 4 tHQMjfNH ,
TELEGRAPHIC Condemnation of Lincoln's Letter to
Fremont—Particulars of the Fight
Between Rains and Montgomery.
Chioaoo, Sept. f
morning oontaius a terns arucie on rresiaeni
Llnooln's letter to Jcremont, saying it takes
awav tha oanaltv lor rebellion and leaves the
war a mere sohsms for mutual assaasi nation.
Tha Post (Independent) also condemns the
letter, aarioff il wui nave Did tneot in Missouri
and that backward steps now will lead to no
good result, s
Leavenworth papers of the 11th give the
following acoonnl of tha late engagement be
tween Kains ana moniKomeryi un us a, ouu
rebels under Rains approached Fort SooU,and
seized einntv mules beiooKinir to toe uorern
ment, and killed the teamsters. A messenger
was dispatched to Montgomery, who bad 600
men. - He pursued, tains eleven miles, aiuing
several of his men, anl coming upon tha main
body of the enemy, a battle commenoea, tne
rebeU having five cannon and Montgomery one
bowitaer only. Tne ngni lastea two nours,
when Montgomery slowly retreated, keeping np
rnnninff nro until nignuaii. tne enemy's
force is reported by prisoners, from 2,uuu to
Twenty-tbree negroes bsve been declared tree
nnder Premoni's proclamation, neing tne prop
ertv of leading rebels.
Colonel Uook, wttn l.suu rcaaiars, lelt rt.
Laramie on the 2d lost., for Leavenworth.
Gen. Fremont Explains his Proclamation.
mail am.
St. Louis. Sect. 16. The following letter
whioh will be nublished to-morrow, reveals the
mission of Cant. Kidd, who arrived some days
ago with a flag of truce from tne rebel camp at
tsprlngtteld, Mo.:
Sept. 14, 1861.
Col. T. T. Tayltr, Commanding at Spring
Bias Yours of the 8th Instant, containing an
erroneous construction of my proclamation of
the 3Utb ult has bad my attention. 1 under
stand the objeot of your note to be to inqaire
whether It was my intention to shoot the wound
ed who might be made prisoners by the forces
under my command. The following paragraph
extracted from tne proclamation, will be strict
ly enforced within the lines prescribed, against
the class of offenders for whom it was intended,
vie: "All persons who snail be taken with arms
in their hands vokhin thai linti shall be tried
by conrt martial, and if found guilty will bs
shot." .
Tha lives are exDresely deolared to be those
of the army in the military occupation of this
State. You have wholly misapprehended the
meaning of the proclamation, without under
taking to determine the condition of any man
emrased in this rebellion. I desire it to be
clearly understood that the proclamation is in
tended distinctly to recognize the usual rights of
an ooen enemy in tha field, and to ba in all
respects strictly conformable to the nsages of
war. It Is hardly necessary for me to say that
It was not prepared with any purpose to ignore
the ordinary rights of humanity with respect to
wounded men, or to those who are humanely
Maj. Gen. Commanding.
Military Movements in Kentucky
and Missouri.
Cajbo. SsDtember 16. A deserter from Co
lumbus, Kentucky reports that on Friday last,
tne rebels, to tbe number ot iu.uuu, under uen
Johnson, had marching orders, destination Pa
duoah. He also reports that Jeff. Thompson's
forces are at Belmont, Missouri.
The crew of tbe steamer John Ganlt. seized
by the Government a few days since at Paducah,
were released to-cay.
A force of eight hundred Infantry, and four
pieces ot Uaptain Taylor's Light Artillery, un
der command of Colonel Oselsby, made a re-
connoissance below, Norfolk, Missouri, on Satur
day. They saw three hundred rebels, who fled
on tbe approach ot our troops. All quiet nore
and at f aduoab.
PiTTSstmoH, Sept. 16. Tbe subscriptions to
the national loan opened to-day in this city. A
good start was made, 29 subscribers having
taken ii3ttuuu.
More Fighting in Western Virginia.
Ele: Wateb, Va., Sept. 16. The body of J.
Al WashinKton was sent over to the enemy yes
terdsy under a flag of truce. While on the way
It was met by a similar flag, coming from tbe
enemy, for tbe purpose ot obtaining iniormation
as to bis condition.
On the 12th Instant a detachment of 30U men
from the 14th Indiana and the 24th and 25tb
Ohio Regiments, dispersed three Tennessee
Reziments under General Anderson, on the
Vest side of Cheat Mountain, completely rout
ing tbem, killing eighty, and obtaining most
f tbeir equipments, uurioss waseigntKiiiea,
The enemy made an advance on Elk Water
in tha same dav. with a force supposed to be
15,000, but were driven back by detachments
from the 15th Indiana and 3d and 6th Ohio
Regiments, and shells from Loomis's battery.
They have retired some eight or ten miles.
A strong fores of Arkansas, Tennessee and
Viralnla troops also threaten tha east side of
Cheat Mountain, but have not yet had a gener
al engagement. -
A snell thrown from one of Loomis's guns
into the enemy's camp, a distance of two miles,
killed ten and wounded four.
The 13th Indiana had a severe skirmish with
suoerlor numbers of the enemy, on the 12tb,
and killed ten or twelve, with trifling loss on oar
As the enemy advanced on Elk Water, the
column was handsomely cnecKea by a aetaca-
ment of the inn Indiana.
Lieut. Morrell of tbe Topographical Engi
neers, was taken prisoner by tne rebels while
on his wsy to Cheat Mountain. ,
More Fighting in Western Virginia. From Missouri.
St. Loots, September 16. Postmaster Gen
eral Blair and Quartermaster General Meigs
left for Washington this morning.
It is understood that tha precise charge on
whioh Colonel Blair was arrested Is Insubordi
nation, In communicating, while a military offi
cer, witf the authorities at Washington, ma
king complaints against and using disrespectful
language toward Gen. Fremont, with the view
of effecting his removal. Il is stated that let
ters, written by Col. Blair, are now In possession
of Gen. Fremont. .
Among the killed by the Little Platte disas
ter was Barclay Coppic, of tbe John Brown
raid notoriety, together with five or six men
with him, on route to join Montgomery 'a Kin
sis regiment.
More Fighting in Western Virginia. From Missouri. [Correspondence of the St. Louis Democrat.]
Jtrrtuopt Citt, Sept. 14. Yon may prepare
yourselves for stirring tidings During the
present week General Price, reinforced by Gen
eral Runs, with 15,000 to 30,000 men, and
Claib. Jackson in their midst, to give a color
of legality to their proceedings, is advancing
upon our lines. , Wherever he goes the seces
eionists flock to meet him and are rapidly swell
ing bis ranks. " - -"
In tbe affair oi tne steamer sioux uity, at
Glasgow, a day or two since, ten rebels were
seen to tumble out of their saddles from the
effects ot shots fired by the troops on the
steamer. . .
Couriers just Irom Georgetown announce
that Gen. Paisons, with 4,000 men, is posted
just outside the town, to prevent the passage of
reinforcements to Lexington.
jEVEEssoit Citt, Bent. 16. General Prloa,
at the head of 15,000 or 30,000 men, attacked
Lexlnston. on Thursday, but we have no ' par
ticulars of the battle, nor do we know the result.
The troops at Leiingtoa . were, strongly en
trenched. I'-JUS" .." ." ' "-
Gen. Pope at last afceonnta as at Hamilton
with 6.000 or 8,000.,,;.;;, . ,' , .
Another Rebel Schooner Seized.
PHlLaDELroU. Sent. 16. The sehoone Marv
Wood .from the West Indies, owned In North
uarouna, arrived here to dav. in charira of a
prize master.. -The crew consist principally- of
members of utnerai Batista naval brigade.
Bat oargo la aalt, saffar and tncJaawre, Abe
wat captured at Cape Hatteras. 1 " 1 "' ""-'..
Tha oaroner's inqurt oo tha' vleilma of tie
late accident at tha Continental Theater, six
in namDer,rfMwreai a varaios exonerating man
area Wheatly eVasa all blast, ha baring d
all preoantkm te arawant tha accident. The
disaster has excited extendi r sympathy U t,e
principal theaters have teodered benefits for tha
families of tha deceased.
To-morrow will bs celebrated In this city as
the anniversary of the Federal Constitution, by
a parade of tha Home Guards and an oration by
lion. Ueoige H. Dallas as anaepwnawww uu
Hquara, ana a general l aspen si ou u uumuow.
From Matteras Inlet—More Vessels
Seized and Southerners Arrested.
New You, Sept 16. It la stated that one
of the schooners lately captured at Hatteras
iniet, was irom Boston wiin m cargo ut doom
and shoes. --
Tbe light house on Body Island has bsen
blown np, and that on Oregon Inlet abandoned
oyme rebels. ' '
Tha bark Chaa. Brewer, schooners Mary E
Hopkins. F. H. Russell and Julia A. Rich, were
seized to-day. -"
Seven Southerners were arrested aboard the
cltv of Manohaatar thla mornlnff. who have
been profusely expressing secession sentiments
on the voysge. Their baggage was inspected,
but nothing treasonable being found, they were
released. i -
MoMssters. late editor of tbe freeman's
Journal, took no compulsory lodging in tbe
ciassio shades ol f ort Lafayette to-uay.
The Fire Zouaves Disbanded.
New Yokf. Sent. 16. Tha .Ellsworth Firs
Zouaves are to be mustered out of service.
Their Insubordination has rendered tbem unfit
for service.
Bufvalo. ScdI. 16. Tbe Second Buffalo
Reelment, commanded bv Col. D. D. Bidwell
left for Mew York this evening.
From Washington.
Washinotom. Sent. 16. There are no Im
portent movement on the other side of tbe Po
tomac, but military authorities expect Import
ant feints to be made at different points along
wo tine. - -
It is understood . that several of our army
officers are busily engaged in returning fugitive
sieves to their masters.
There are rumors this mornicr that General
rremontnas resigned bis command, and that
r, . . . ... .
this action baa been taken In consequence of
tne restrictions pitcea upon bis Drocismation
oy toe letter ol the rresideot. .
Mayor Berrett, of this eity, proposes to resign
tner uceor mayor.
Lieut. Col. Alwood, of the Sixth Wisconsin
Volunteers, was honorably discharged from
service to-day, in consequence of Dbvslcal Ins
bility to endure the fatigue of camp life. Ills
retirement is universally regretted by the regi
ment, for be was an ableofficer in the volunteer
The following Colonels have been aoDointed
to take command of the Kentucky Volunteer
Infantry and Cavalry Regiments:
Thomas J. Branlette, First Infantry ; S. S.
Frey, Second Infantry j S. T. Dawson, Third
Infantry s Frank Weford, First Cavalry.
ine uovernmeniot tne united states is do
ing tbe best it can, nnder the rales of war, to
take oare of and protect the health of the rebel
prisoners now in their possession. ,
Jen. Davis, or Beauregard or Johnson, or all
them, have sent our prisoners to Castle
Pinckney, tbe nearest fort to tbe city of Charles
ton, S. C, where fever prevaila extensively
at this season of the year. If our officers.
whom they have taken prisoners and confined
In Castle Pinckney survive the present season,
it will bo contrary to the well-known theory of
Southerners i for they have always asserted, ss
a reason wny slave labor must be employed,
that Notherners could not survive the malaria
and fevers that prevail, in that section. Tbe
rebels may suppose that the confinement of offi
cers oi tne lmou army in Charleston may
prove a protection to mat piace. w e snail see
Last evening the rebels approached our left
wing in force, destroyed several grain racks and
other properly, and poisoned a number of cattle
belonging to Union farmers. Later in the
evening, on a false alarm, General Slocum'a
brigade was nnder arms in four minutes, and it
turned out that several contrabands bad srrived
oo their masters' horses, and some of our own
men had straggled into the bushes. An intel
ligent free negro from Fairfax, arrived here,
says, tbe greater part of the rebels are arriving
between Fairfax and Alexandria, where they
have thrown up breastworks. He heard
lawyer Hunter, owner of Hunter Mills, say that
tbe rebels would take Arlington Heights and
Alexandria this week, with two hundred thou
sand men, and from there shell Washington.
After the fight at Lewlnsville. Beauremd waa
sent for to bring reinforcements from Manassas,
as tney neara we would overpower tnem. He
came with a considerable body of troops. Owing
to information received by tbe Post Office De
partment that the Hannibal and St, Joseph road
is entirely unprotected from tbe rebels having
St. Joseph In their bands, it hss ordered tbe
California mall to be carried via Davenport and
Counoil Bluffs. Tbe Department hss also re
ceived information that the officers and em
ployees of the Overlsnd Mail Company are
From Washington. Arrival of the Anglo-Saxon.
Faithie Point, Sept. 16. The steamer An
lo-Saxon arrived off this port Ibis evening.
he leit iiiverpooi as 11 o'oiook a. in. ot the
5th, and Londonderry on the 6th.
The nova scouan reachsd Londonderry on
the evening of the 4th.
Tbe political news is unimportant.
Great Britain. The London Times savs the
Impression seemed to be very general at Liver
pool that passengers to or from tbe United
States are required to be cautioned at tha pres
ent juncture against sny ready expression of
opinion on tne oivu war,
Ine polioy or working on short lime, as a
precaution against tbe oontingenoiea of the cot
ton supply, and of the glutted state of a distent
market lor mannfactursd goods, continusdto
make progress in Lancashire.
Tbe limes, in an editorial on tba present as-
cect of American affairs, areuea that anauoh
has transpired to show that the subjugation of
toe soutn is next to impossible, and submission
in tha highest degree Improbable, alt the inci
dents of the war thus far having been favora
ble to tbe South. It says tba establishment of
passports, tba suspension or the habeas cor
pus, and other kindred measures, all of which
are unavoidable, mate traveiera lloa them
salves more at liberty in Venice than New
Tha Times doubts much, whether the Ameri
cans, after tha war is ended, will return to the
old form of government; thinks there must be
two Governments; that they will ba less demo
cratic, and that tha North bears a resemblaace
to'the Usl republlo. ... .j .. .
it wsb reported tbat Austria and Spain bad
addressed a note expressing their Intention, in
tba event or tne r reach troops being withdrawn
from Rome, to each plaoe soma regiments at
the disposal of the Papal Government.
France. Tne French steam Irirate. which
waa at Halifax, reoelved orders oo the 18th of
August to prooeed to Vera Cms. The Patrle
wye this measure la attributed to tha difficulties
whioh have reoently arisen bstween the French
representation and tha Mexican Confederation.
JLirxRfooL, Sept. 6. Cotton The Brokers'
Circular report sales of tha week at 78,000
bales, of which 34,000 bales were to speculators
and ax porters. Tba market Ib firm at an ad
vance of Hi for tha middling qualities, while
tba fair descriptions closed easier at the ad
vanced . rates,, and. tht lower qualities had
slightly declined. y , , i .
Tbe authorized quotations are: Fair Orleans
9Xd middling do 9dt fair Mobil 9d.
middling do 9d; fair uplands 9d; middling
- Tba stock- in port is estimated at BB7,ooo
balee, of whioh 553,000 ar Americas. ,
Tbe sale to day are estimated at 8.000 balee.
Inolodlng 4,000 to speculator and exporters,
tbe market closing steady at the above quota-
Breadstuff Market aotive. . Wheat has an
upward tendency, and prices are 3(334 higher.
Float firm, and Canada la higher; j Cora
Steady. ' " . -... .-
rro visions market unchanged. .
" London, Sept 6. Consols for money cloaod
at 93. ,v "' . '"- '
The bullion in tha Bank of Enetand his lb-
MMuri f.im' . t , w -i
Illinois Central shares JX396 discount. .
More of the Dearnstown Engagement.
,, maamtv; .';,. -
PaibADELruia, September 15. The Baitl-
mora Amerfcmn ofhlrTnorntnr tar a letter
from Point f Rooks dated Banday, giving a4.
dltioual pamaniarw el tba Uearaatowa angaga
men. - Clonal Ueary oommanded 1st. Mraosk
Oat loss la on killed and a few sttghty woand-
ed. Uot troops penavad Jike wotsji ' vosa
Baulss B. D and-1 of the S8th Faontylvanla
raglmeaa, and tw ompnlsa of tha 13th Me
aaobusette, oomprlaad our foro. Daring the
fight, a rebel was seen taking aim al Colonel
Gearyj when tha .Colonel rrasoed a rifle froi
a soldier, and shot the rebel on tha spot. Oar
troons are In fine spirits. i. .tr
BAtuaokE, Mr., September 171 Tha names
of the hUled and wounded al D ear u town bav
not yet been received. Tha flrat account of tbe
affair was received by tha American from an
anonymous oorresoonileiice, and was printed at
too lata an bour to obtain any veriuoaUon.
Maryland Legislature.
[Herald's Dispatch.]
FkiDgsicx, Sept. U Tha Legislature meets
to morrow. There will not be a quorum. No
secession ordinance Is prepared, nor will one be
passed. Tha Alarylaad secessionist have aota
loir to hooe for from the Legislature.
Fbeobkick. Md.. Sett 17 Not mora than
twenty-ve members or tne two tiousea or tbe
Maryland Legislature are yet here. Both
Houses will meet and adjourn till to-morrow.
The Impression la tbat neither House, for want
or a quorum, will be able to transsot any oust'
ness. i ' -
Kentucky Legislature.
Fbankvort. Kentucky, Sent. 16. House.
A measage from Oov. Jnsgofna wse received,
eommuolcatlog a telegraph dispatch from tien.
loiilconer, announcing tbat the safety of Tea
nesss demanded the occupation of Comber
land Gap and tha three long mountains In Ken
tucky, and tbat ho had dona so, and should
retain his position nntil tbe Federal forces were
withdrawn and tbe Federal camps broken np.
Also, a message from Thomas C. Reynolds,
Lieutenant Governor of Missouri, asking what
course tbey Intended to take In view or tbe oo
oupatlon of the Mississippi River, below the
month of the Ohio, by the Federal forces, in
violation of ber neutrality. '
no Southern newspapers received to-nigbt
Union in New Jersey.
Newabk, N. J.. Sept. 1C Tbe Republicans
bere have concluded to abandon tbeir party or
ganization and take op any good, sound Union
men in the coming local election.
tienerai Theodore Kunyan, who was a valie
nt elector, is the prominent candidate for
Tbe Peace party hare made tbeir nominations.
coupled with resolutions sustaining tbe Govern'
ment, tbe full force o: which may be appro
elated when II is . known tbeir candidate for
Mayor expressed the opinion tbat this war on
the part of tbe Booth Is ss just and holy as ours
oi ine Kevoiuuen.
PaiLAOELrRiA, Sept. 17. The anniversary of
tne adoption or lbs Constitution is bsing duly
celebrated here. Salutes were fired at sunrise
and at noon. Tbe Home Guard also turned out
and paraded the streets, three thousand strong,
escorting the orator ol tba day, Hon. Geo. M.
Dallas, to Independence Square.
From Baltimore.
Sent. 17. Tha Old Paint hn.t
has arrived, but brings no news of Interest.
Tha news of tbe repulse of th rhla in
Western Virginia csnsed ereat reioiclna- here
amoog Union men. T
New York Market.
NEW YORK, Sept. 16.
FLOTJS Ten oral better, with s falrertwrt and home
trade demand; talet of IT 400 nam la at St S0t 70 for
tuyernno itatt; 85 0&9S 10 for extra 4o; as IS for
choice; $i 0034 7 fortnperfine weaftrnl (4 5J 0
or eommon to meaiom extra wealern; 81 aBS 40 for
inipptng orandi extra round hoop Ohio, and BSSOtt
o xa tor iraao tnnat ao; Bursts cloiing firm. Oaoadian
floor allihtlr adranced: mleaof BSObhlatas finaijfn
for lupertlne, and tS 80(3(1 SO for common to choice
KYI FLOUR-Ooiet and ittad at 89 Md3 75.
00 lit) MEAIr-lt Ottlat. and nrloea wlthoat meter!!
WBIBKY Firm, with moderate demand: talei of 400
WHEAT Without material ehanee: haldara eenarall
ar asklos higher prices, which oarers art unwilling to
pay. A Urge portion of the talet wer to arrirt. Balrt
of 19.000 bulbils choice tpriog at 81 04(31 Ot; 18,500
buhtli Bacint spring tl f I 0W91 10; S COO btubelt
Milwaukee club at 81 O&aU 10; 18,000 bnahelt north
wetttrnolubat 81079109; the latter price for very
choice; 6,600 bnaheli amber Iowa at 1 lldtl 19; 88,400
buibeli winter red weitera at 81 14AI 91, the latter
price for t ho Ice ntar; I OOO aoahel white Ohio at
8193; 8.S00 bothelc whit Canada atl BBAI30; 8,600
buiheli whit Kentnckr tt 819X1 31: 99.000 bathele
white Kiohigan at 8 1 8il 39; tht latter pilot for very
BYE Oolet and Heady at tSS70e ails ouilllr.
BABLBX Qultt; w aoUct taltt of 90V buahels aew
SI C7K0.
CORN Hu adranced 9o,wlth moderate export and
fair ipecolaUro demand; talet of 119.000 baihelt at 51
AS9o for oon non to fair mixed wtttera; SSa)$3Mefor
sooa io prime enippug ao; mo ror weitera yellow; aad
Ha fir white weetern.
OATS Steady at 87(gt?9e for Canada, anl 13334c for
w ci tern ana elite.
FORK More attire and firmer; talet of 8,100 bbli
at 814 00S14 SO for mtm; and 89 69X09 87 for
BKall Qniet, aid prlcei nominally unchanged ' We
notioa aaira of luo obit al f 44 so for country prime;
8&SS SO for country mem; 8fcll 85 for repacked mem:
and 819 753)13 SO for extra meet, frim meet beef
ana oeel name maoilrt.
CUI MBATS Qatet and anchwred : tales of 50
packagts at 4XX for shoulder, and SxQtc for
BACON Nominal.
LABDIn leat actlr demand, and Drtcea a ahada
tailor; talet of 330 bole at 84l9e; tht Utter pile for
rery choice. .
BUIIBBBellliJf at 7(1)10 for Ohio; and 8(A14c for
CllIBSI In fair reont. chleflr for exnort. mt Va?,
grrnnatn to pnme.
COHEB-Ooatlnnee In fair demand, al very fall
price! talet of 1,850 bag Bio at 1315i; 800 bags
Larnayra at 16c.
nuUABB 1UWIIUI nit TtrrSrm irllhimnil dtmend
obfly for home; aad fair t good reBolot may be quoted
lAwijiti mieeueiuae iwvnaaetjubeeioxiawxe;
13S hhda Porto Kloo at M8Xo; SW bagt of China, part
at So; 1500 bags Slam tt 80. Beflned firmer; ground,
granulated and enuhtd al 10X910XO.
MOLASSES firm, ua phot I tend onward; tale la
elude 37 hhdi Cuba Muteortdo at 8&30c; 4 bhdl Bar
badott at 35c; 57 hhdi Fort JUoo al SOo. '
Cincinnati Market.
WHEAT 1 mors actirt, and held higher. W et
tend the outalde fliuraittr red aad whit te 802900.
with vtry ready market at 9(03l per btuhel below then
COBlf Silli readily at 77i. Boldors strirt for in ad
Vino bat they do not get It.
OATS Ar at latt quoted. i ,
BYB-li oflered at Wo. '
BABLBY Haa a market worth mentioning.
WHIBKV-Wu readily taken to day at 130. -
. Gmmirela!.
Cleveland Market
CLEVELAND, Sept. 16.
FLOUR Frm at tht adrance noted on Batardav.
Satei of 100 bbli extra at 8 i Si.
WHEAT Hat further tdraaotd.1 Bale ar 7 oars aad
1000 bath at 81 oa track: Soar and 3000 both at B9c
n track; Sean aad 3000 both: 300 bath and sooo both.
all free on board, at Mo, oae ear poor while al 83 aad 1
carat 81. -
COBN Firm, with aa onward Uadency. Baloot 1
uatb Btdy at 93t ay tne ear load.
BARLEY Baletef 9 bneh oaoie at SO.
HIQHWINBS-Salet of 140 bbli at 150.
Mo tale an reported In other artielea and nrtots ar
Bnchangd. .......
.i ' iit .... i ...... Uaaor.
W. 1.' BAtoarjlor'i Hsir Dys!
tj.i , - - .
This splendid Bab By has a equal tnemntanem
Iffeot BeaBtiTil Black er Hataral Brawn to staining
thaklar!njtriglhIUhr-ivABalswMrr aa
treat of Bad Dyes, sad Btvlgosalsa the ksar te Br.
Rom art njn aans slgaal "Wi A. Batch lot."
Bold vnywbar. . . . .
' CHA8. BATOHBLOB,rroprletor,
Jyttwlw 81 Barclay Street, RewTora.
Wm. A. Smtdulori Hilr Dytl
Tha "OrGrlnal aal last tm tha VorUI
All Uteri are merf Imitation,' aad' shouU k arotdad
tfyoawiih torxyrldicBl. r (. r . 1 1
QUAY, BBDOB B0BTT milB ywl tnataatly to
ataatlfal aad Hataral Brows et Black, wlfhout lnjaryto
turrot Belli.,. r. . . im , v , .
VtRXBtt MBDALS AlTD SmOJUl have ao
warded toVa. A. Batchelofstnos 1838, and orer 80,08
oppnetHon aav beea arnd te the Bair ot ais awireas
of fill famoae dyw 1 ir"ic t r, ..,,-
; ifit.A- BAwnmoM Bin tb wi
or at to bs OUtlifulahed from natur, and k warranted
we to aafan m the Brntt, howsvtv meg Mwxty
ed, and tht ttl lrew wf Bad Dye rwaedled; tht Hatr
nvtiraraM fcv Uf V Inl splendid try.
- weMtan'ltis and towas f UmTTbIM Imfea"
XrlxrfFary01)lea.'r 1 :
ymttancrarmgwa ttStf oath Ms. T WiXUAJI
A BAIOUBIA), - Addree - -1 - ,
, ifiV-WlV ' ; 81 Bnlartres,Bew IeV
'. ,.,.m j .i i'i i . ' 1 '
WANTBD is sue ffnrtcwwrtVoway 13 ernt Ambro
type at at. WITT'S 0 neap Aaibro try Boom,
(1 High itmt, Oolamlma.Oiae,
in experienced Van and festal Vayalolan, pretosU
, t I to tn attention ot Burners, ner
800 T II I N O' S YRUP
which greatly fadlltataa she proem of foe thing, by toft
enini the mm, redoelnt all inflammation will i
aXL PAIN and spasmodlo action, and Is
nd apon It, aulhirs, It will girt rsst to yoarstlvst
We hare put up and eold tbla article for over tn years,
what we hare nerer beet able to ear of an other wtMi.
'?..ll"v,tB H8 II FAILED, III A B1N0LB 1NBT.
aut, xo arraoT A CUM, wbta timely Bird. Ner
er did we know aa Inttaaet of dlaeatltfaetlon by any ont
who BMd It, On the contrary, all are delighted with It
wiramiDoi, un tpeaa in nrma or eommexuiAUim or it
ma(ioai eneow ana medical rlrtnee. W tpeak In thlt
maltar "WHAT WB DO KNOW;" after tenyoare txpe
almott erery inetanot whert tbe Infant la nuTering from
paui mou exnauauon. nun wui te loan in Blteen or
twenty minutee alter laecyrup w aominMierea.
Thlt raluablo preparation ut the preeerlption of one of
the moot EiPEklKNOKD and BhULtrUL MUKHBB In
new ainriana. ana naa neen uaea e utflivra watt.
It notenlr relierea the child from naln. bnt tnrtirni.
ew weaiomacn ana Lowtu, oorrectl actaity, and alrei
tone and enenry to the whole Ditem. It will almost Inl
l.n, I Mil... '
--"-- ..
and overcome eonminona, which. If nottneedlly remf
u.w, vnu ,o amn. we OSIMTe H in BtlDZ and BUB'
r.T BBMBDV I If THI WORLD, In all catet of DY
u anaet irom teethlnt , or from any other eauaa. w.
would tay to erery mother who haaa child rafferlnf from
any of the foreroln oomolalntB DO MOT LET Vrtm
nana tenreenyon ana your lunertng child, and the re
lief that will be BUBS tea. ABSOLUTELY finRI-u
ioiiow ine.utt nun meaictne, u timely ntea. Fall dl
rectioni for ulng will tccomptny each bottle. None
euwiuv um tuv O-WimiW Ol VVAHOa r KAINH,
, m ur, m un turn ouMius wrapper. - -
Bold by ell Draggitti thraagboal the world.
Prlaclpwl Office, 13 Cedar Street A. Y.
cBTT-dfcwly. '
Iflannfactorere at all kind of For
takie audi Ntationwrr steam F.n
ajtne, Maw mill, Urlst nulla,
LABIA BODLXi Btatm! B. at I. iLXXD TStaUnl
A CO. Btatmtttll :
Our Portable Engine aad Saw Mil
Was awarded tk first premium of 850 at the Indiana
Stat fair for 1860 over Ian dt Bodley's oa account ot
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior character of lumber sawetl.
Oar Stationary login waa awarded at the tarn Fab
Bret premium ot S-XK).
Our Portable Engine wat awarded tht Ant premium ol
100 at the Fair at Memphl. Term., orer Blandy't Ou
tbu t, uoiomoua auonine uo I., ana Bradford a Uo'l.
a commute of practical Ballroadlngineert.
For prios and terma addreea
WaLAAD WaJUTEB, Treaanrer,
dvcS-dawlyeoti. Newark, Ohio
Steam Between Ireland and America
The followtst new and marnlflorat fint-elaMDaddll
wheel Sttamibipt compott the abort line:
ADRIATIC, 5,888 ton burthen, Cipt,J. Uaus
(.Formerly ot tha Oolllnt Line.)
HTBIBNI 1, 4,400 torn burthen, Capt. tt. Paowa. .
COtUMBU, 4,400 , " " . B. Liirca.
AMOLIA, 4,400 "' Nicaouoh
PAOlrlO, S.600 " " " I. Sana.
i,JUO " " " J.WAXM.
On of tht abort ihtpt will leave New Tork or Botton
alternately erery Taaaday fortalaht, for Oalway. oar-
rytat the gortrnmtnt mailt, touching at St. Johns,
Tht Steamers of thll Un htr ben oonitructed with
grtatttt oar, nnder the tnptrrlilon of th gorern
axat, hare water-tight oompartmeatt, and are unexcel
led foroomfort. aafety and tpeid by any i team ere afloat.
Tbey ar oommanded by able and experienced officers,
erery exertion wiU be mad to promote th comfort
An;zperienoa Bargesn attacnea to eacn snip. . .
-claM N. T.or Botton to Oalway or Llrtrpool 8100
-eleei, , - 7i
-claaa, " . " to St John's 35
Thtrd-olaes, ' " to Oalway or tlvorpool.
or any Iowa in Ireland, on a Hallway, - - - 3v
Third -olaao inttm iim are liberally tupplled with pro-
Vtalona of th beet quality, cooked aad tarred by theter-
ranta ot tut uompany. -
Partid wtihint to tend for their Mend from th old
country oaa obtain Uckete from any town on a railway, in
Ireland, er from the principal dttct of Bnt land an koot
ktad, at vary low rate.
Paceosgert for New Tork, arrfrlng by th Bottoa
Bteamrt, will be forwarded to New York fro of charge.
yor paataft or lartaer tnurwiauon, apn ry id ,
-- Wn.il. WIOKHAlf.
At th tfllo of th Company, on tht wharf, foot of
Oanalttreel, New Tork.
HOWLAND a ABf IB WALL. Agent. . .
aprillO.dom. , . , ,.
Rheumatism, Goat and Seoralgia,
' . AND A SURBOTJBI FOB - -H ... -
All ! Mercurial Diseases.
It la a oanrealently anaand Band, ooatalnlm a mad
ted eompound, to be worn around th Waltt, without
injury to th moot delicate ptrtont; no eaant in habits
llrtng m required, and It entirely nmore th dis
from tbe tyit, without aewduatag to injarioot
eaeett anting nrom in nt ot powenni iniernu meoi-
ctnea, wnion weaaea ana oeetroy ine eonetitauon, ana
tiro temporary relief only. By thM treatment, tbe and
ilnal propertle oontalned la tha Band eome In contact
with' th blood and reach tn dlteaae, through thtporee
the akin, efectlnf m every butane a perfect care,
retormgthprt afflicted b a healthy condition.
That Band It alto a mottpowerfal Aim-MxaooaiAj, axent,
and will eaUrely reliere tbtiyttem from OMfrmokm
eewUof Menmry. Hodertl cat ar cured tn few
day, and w ar onttaatly reeelrtog SeeUmoalal of it
efficacy tn artravstad weet ef toof ettndlng.
ram Sa.iMi tt b bad of Prurvx teuerally, Of oaa
. t ..i Umml with mil direotione for aee.
rvl nart f a etmtrw eHree Sreea- ta Bitserpal
Omoe,. .it - , ---.'2; t, ca.-'rl 'i;
w o jro. 409 BBOWAt.IswIorB.
tfl. SMITH ck CO.; Sole Prwptletors.
..B--IeriptlTClrolar Beat Free. i
r. BmTBIXBB dt SON, VkDowrrrs,' iaawra, fto.
877 S. HIS St., bet. rntna ana mouna, voiambat, u.
XD Ao"sUB WmIn lirsriwktr. '
sahSS-lyltorUtp.dltw 'Ktt tl
MBW BtTLB m C Sou, Mo. WWBoath
High etrmt, har S opened hi Mylee el Oarrw Out
oraaa. Beoum aad Bacqtiea, awde m the aewrataad
maaa. ewlleki aaaaer. Ak aerB rial
Uaeh Mlha woryi heary, detts eayrly tot
Haauiiatt satqwuie, . r , i. . iawn
XJ BUvSlli aew styles, jtfMoy
BAUf at SON,
arrra w,BotaBiaiiwtt.
"They go : Right ,to the - iSpct
; ;
Instant Hellas' I Step year Cenwli
, Pnrlff renr Brentn!
fltreng-then your Volcet
' ( ' ASK "r ' y.
GlNTLEMfiii CABBY ' ' ' ' '
Tbey relieve a Cough instantly.
They dear tbe Throat.
Tbey give strength and volume to the voioe.
They impart a delicious aroma to the breath.
Tbey are delightful to the taste.
Tbey are made of simple herbs and cannot
barm any one.
I adviM every one who hu a Cough or a haiky Voice
or a Bad Breath, or any difficulty of the Throat, to to I
package of my Throat Confections; they will reller
yoa lniltntly, and yon will agree with me that "they
go right to tht spot." Ton will find them very niefn I
and pleatant while traveling or attending punllo meet
ingt for ttilllogyonr Cough or allaying your Ihlnt 1 1
yoa try ont package, I am taft In laying that yoa will
ever afterwards oooalder them Indlipenaable. . . . '
Tow will find them at tt DroggUU and Dealer in
kty slgnaturs Is en each package. All othere are
A package will be lent by mail, prepaid, on receipt of
Thirty Genu.
Henry C. Spalding,
NEW YORK. '7 .
vtfv. CURE
By the nt of theae Fills th periodic attacks of Act
too or Sick Bta&aaht may bs prevented; and If taken
at tht commencement of tn attack Immediate rellof fr.-.m
pain and slcknet will be obtained.
They atldom mil In rtmorlng ths Sautta and
aokt to which femalet art to tuhjtot.
They act gently upon tht bowels rtmorlng OotHv
lot Library Mm, Studmtt, Sellcals Female
and all perron, of t4dmUvry kabUi, they are mltu
at laaaUvt, Improving tht appttttt, glrlng ton
9U)r So th dlgettlr organs, and restoring the catnr
tlaaticlty and strengtk of th whole eyitem.
TBB OBPBALIO PILLS in tht reealt of long Inrei
tlrttfon and carefully eonducted experiment!, harii.g
a la at many yean, during whfch time tliey bar
pre rented and relieved a rut amount of pain and mBer
leg from Headache, whether originating tn the aertnui
system or from a deranged atat of th stonac.
Tbey are intirely vtgelablt la their eompoiition, tn
may bs taken at all timet with perfect aafety wlthont
Baking any ohange of diet, audi fit ooamot of any
UtaarttabU tatt4 rmdert it tan to mdminii ar Mm
The genuine bar 11 vt lignatn i at of Henry 0 Spalding '
on each Bex.
Sold by Draggttti and all other Sealers In Uedlctnet.
A Bos will bt tent by mall, prepaid, on receipt of the
Prioo, S3 Oonts.
All ordirs ahould b addrensd to .' '
M Cedar Street, New Vorh.
From th Ixamlntr, Norfolk, Ta.
Oepballe Fills acoompllab tht obteot for which tbrw
were mad, via.: Onr of headache in all Im form.
. , From th Examiner, Norfolk, Ta.
Tney htr been tested la mora than thoaeand caaea
with anUre i
From th Democrat, St. Cloud, Minn. ' 1
If yoa are. or hav beta, troubled with th hcadacht
and Bit box, (Oephalio Pills,) so that yoa Buy bar
tnem in cote oi an aiiaca.
. From th Adrtrtlier, Providence, B. I.
Th Oephalio Pill ar laid to bs a remarkablr effactiee
remedy for the headache, and ont of tha rare beet (ar
She very frequent oomvlalntwhioh hat ever bean Aim
eo re red. , - - . .
From th Weetern R. R. Oaaett, Chicago, III. '.
Wo heartily tndortt Mr. Spanldlni. and hi anrttalol
Oephalio Pilli.
Fro Kanawha Talley Star, Kanawha. Ta.
W are rare that ptrtont tufferinr with tht headaebtl
Who try them, will atick to tbem.
From the Southern Path Finder, New Orleant, La.
Try them! yoa that are afflicted, and w are care that
yonr teetlmoayoan be added to th already numerout
lilt that hu rectircd benefit tbat no other medicine can
prodn. ..,...'.. i .
From tht Bt. Loaii Democrat,
The Immenee demand for the article .Oephane Fill
It rapidly increaaing.
From the Gamtte, Daren port. Iowa. '
Mr. Spalding would sot connect hi nam with aa ar '
ttokt he did not bum to Bottom realmertu -
IOTA atngl eottlo of IBPAXSINa't FBBPABB9
wi.ua wui tare wo umctiuiooM annually -Jf.
avwiaa. NfiT
- -BOON0MT1 t n . BIBFATCH1 7
i .". 0A STircw ta Tura avss Na."XU ;; ;' r
Asaeeldtottwni bappea,rea mwvilrwgwlatedmm';
tile, tt Is very daetnbte to bar ota oheap aad ae
Ttnitat way for rwpairicg Farnltan, toy, Crockery -
aeteall ewob emerKenoiee, and no aooeeaoM aa aff erd
to be without It. It laalwayt ready, and F t ta atick
"I P"mw..
H. B. A Braah aoeowrpasies aaoh twttrr.
. t . -
He. Wl. Oedat Streei. Mew Tor.
ATi?!' " OAIiIOM.V.vinv )-
As etrtalh arrprlaetpM pereowt ar tttewrptl,
palm tn anenrpeeung puntio, InilUtUoat of.
I wen
l-aktrAKKP HLuamwouwoaaimaall
omlne belnr purchaeing, and
I twtnr purchaeing, ana eee that tbe full aamo,
I thet the hill
It sa l
bit oatsid wrapper; all other are iwinduu ea
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