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EXCEUtOn'INVtGOn'ATOm; The world ranowoed TolWtfit only arllel of the kind urouerM tne panpicor w united tutu. TM abov artlels la iht only on awd by tb Ftencb; In London van rum it ii in nnirrrisi nio. i.u tut EXOIUIOB Whisker -Invigorator I ! Is a BwultM, KAnotnleal, toothing, jV ttlmalaUaff Oompoond, aotlnf as U by mtglo npon tb roul. oo- mg oeauuiui grow in ot inxurumi baud. . Jf appllod to the Kklp. It will ear Baldmn, mA U tpplltd so cordlng to directions, it will gaoN to rprlng up In bald w "u growiQ oi nuu, won jtAia. . . . . , t'" v"";Vtf fK CEJjEBBATID ' , Excelsior. Invlgorator ! Is aa ladhpsBHOil aitlelt In evsry OcBtleniB's Toilet, I no wier one iih i uw ine woaia noi, lor toy ooeeld-1 tnUoD.be without it. The ebeve or tide-will. Infraei for to eight weekr, bring oet a thick set of Whmmm or I Tbe suheorllwrs sre the ontjr. Agtots for Iht above ar- r f .. . . 1- . Ilitf would also ennonece to the peblki that lbr are NAPOLEON'S HAtft TOILET I The only article ever offered to the French people that would Cum, bTnoBT IliiRl the above toilet being ananractured for the sole benef t of Louie Napoleon! wblch article It now Indtaptnaeblt to bit toilet room. . Tb aubacribera, reeling confident that this Toilet mutt aeceewrily lake the place of all others ever offered to nr.MgaP.r,rDo7 - ' . I 1 he Napoleon rHair " Toilet s Will Ooni lr!i!5T Bait In Sofl. Silken. Vlevlnt uuna, uui win Ttnua la auape ror oat day or tne . week, If desired, or any longer period, if the directions en nrwiy toiioweo, wuca axe very simple tod easy. The Ualr Toilet doe not In any manner interfere with , the natural Huftntu of tM Hair. ItMltbersoorebet sor oyet it; but give tbt hair a soft, tbrllty appear , ano. xt Blao prevenl the hair from faliimg and . rarniof gray. - . m-r , .. . i T "The Napoleon' Hair Toilet Has been befere Ihe nubile but a abort time, and hia 'al ready been teatad by over tne thoueaud Deraona' and they teitify that Ihe Napoleon Hair Toilet It tbe greatest oeau.iuvr erer ouerea 10 uw American people. To preveat tbla Toilet from being counterfeited or lav : ltttod by unprincipled pereont, we da sot offer It for . tale at any DrugRtet's In the Doited States. Therefor aayUdy or Gentleman who deeiree Soft, Luxuriant Hair . and Curls, and Long, Boft Whlikert or Hoaateobe, tan . procure tbt Invigorator or Toilet, either on, foi on . aoiiar, incioaet in a letter, with their add rate. i . Aaaress ... u. r. ercNg sa no., , i :i' S B 1B3, OolllosvilU, , rf -. ' Hartford Co., Conn. i And It will bocaiefully sent by return auil. , . feb3 . , . . . , , : , ,. RKDTJQTIOiST ea. headley; v ; EBERLV & h RICHARD !Noe. i. i S50 Sc 25S, BoutH Utah 8t.k i ... t i' : ., .... i .. - . " 'orfBB AT: ' ' REDUCED.PRICES tADIES' AND ViiiSITi.EMEPI'B . Cloaks, Shawls, Fancy Silks, - BALMORAL SKIRTS, IlOOdS t3 IU"Vl."fcl5Xf3B Woolen Bed, Crib Bnd Cradle 33 L A N J3L JEI T O, Delaines, Merinoes, Repps, etc this tan, hiring adopted the Cash system Is the par ehsst anil sale of Hools, are enabled to eU from IS to So percent lees Shin other houses ander tbe credit system. HEADLiY,,pBEEIY& EICHIRDS, 250 AND62 BOOTH HIGH STREET, -iA I 4 oo net 'I . ' . r yJ , (' couuryiBys, Ka An XSAlXXLOXr 0,1 UCrSO, E leant Hair Neta. Ltaea Cellars and Cuff, . Point Laces and Oollars, "wr i . Maltoee Collars, .:.". . t. ...i- g,ney Handkerohlef. ' ! , . . Wide Hemmed HiBdcb'fs. . ; " Altera Blonde, I' ';ff-'-J Trimming Blbbbn. lnperlor?feeta ot Tivl linen ta Cloths, Napkins and B'Oylles. ' -, " 'V' ' . .'" Laillee' Hemmed HendkercWefs at very low prices' Aieiandre's Kid Oioves In all colors.' '. ' . ; . ' , BAIrt t BON, r ADItS',IITS',AllMISSE8ViriEB. Ai 1 NO Under sbiita. BATl fc BON.', H ri-VHE HAI.ITIOKAI. A Novelty.' ' HWI UHLIMIX A BA1N At SON SUmiOR HOOP SKIRTS; THB Immovable Clasp Hoop Skirt, 1b Whits, Bark and Magenta. The most perfect Bklrt yet Intro ,i.,i h niTanft for durability unsurpee4- Ladies and Misses slats. . . f 1 . . ., Ho. ! Buth High gt.( ev ------ .- - " - ' - - H BATT plain bUtk Bep Bilks, fr Cloaks and VmTZrr: BAIN k BOM, Ho. W South High St. Janl6 jit f Hv'l ' DR. ROBT. ' THOLIPSON; Surgeon fc Physician' rraim At MBI OT THB ST? A oni mh fltreet. Horth of Broad (No. W,) . BaeM.no, 5. fourth (Market) Street, sear eorntl r l"iittng.--. . . ,. ..,, n '?.:fv: Iw A'PPTaa BTBBBT. OVHIt HATDBH'I alZZf h Herth of Broad, torn i FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 14," 1868. TELEGRAPHIC. Reported for the Ohio Statesman. THE LATEST NEWS. Desperate Charge of the Texans. Gallant Conduct of Capt, Gallant Conduct of Capt, McRae. Gallant Conduct of Capt, McRae. FROM THE SOUTH. Floyd and Pillow Suspended. Our Troops Occupy Winchester and Berryville. Rebels Fortifying Gordonsville. From Tennessee. GEN. BRAGG AT MEMPHIS. &c. &c. &c. Interesting Southern News. injr is taken from Southern papers -: i- n the rebel Honse of Representatives, on Monday, ft resolution was passed ' advising planter to withdraw from (be cultivation ol eotten and tobacco,, and devote their -energies provisions hogs, cattU. eio Sunsite , passed bill ta org sniae a Si Tbe passed ft bill . to Ofisnine a Supreme uoart. i 1 ne rrasideot sent ntsstaire to uob- grass thai he had Stispended Floyd and Pillow from their 'commands until they could give a more satisfactory aoceuut ot the tort Uonelson affair. i - -i Petersburg, Rioiuaond and Norfolk are plaoed nnder martial law., ' The Richmond Eiaminer of yesterday says considerable uneasiness Is felt at the reports o( or forces tailing DecB from Manassas and tbe Upper Potomac, Positive assurance la given that tbeee movements are pnrely strategic, and not made on account of any pressure by tbe enemy.' i ,.. .-ji :!i .:. . (, . . rolnts for tbe new hue ot defense are not yet selected, but it is thought they will extend from staoton to Uordonsviiie. Tb Kiobmond bzaminer. contains ft severe article on Got. Letoher for his recent rprocla nation colling, npon the whole body of the mUu ' Q "d ih'"' w,,cuUted to breed dislovaltv. Ike nomination of lien. Lee: as commanding General of the rebel army,; was sent to the Senate. , t. Tbt Meeilla Times, of the. 28tb eivee report of a revolution In New Mexico against the Federal authority, and (hat Mr. Ottero is beading the movement, i ' Gen Gorman Occupies Berryville. , town Berryville waa occupied by our troops yester day, Gen. Gorman directing the advance. The enemy bad five .thousand cavalry here on onr arrival. A charge of the new York Third Cavalry waa made npon them, supported by a sufficient force of artillery ftud inianiry. -The enemy did not wait to fight, but ran helter skelter toward Winchester. Twice last night' were the pickets of Geo Gorman's brigade compelled to fall back, by tne cbargea ot AsBieya uoasaeu.. This morning Uen. Uorman made recon- nolseance In force to within two miles of Win chaster, drawing tbe rebels into a trap. Tbey were again obarged npoa by pot cavalry, losing four men. Several prisoners have been taken from the enemy, while our total loss op to this time is one man. i ,. . ,.:V Winchester Occupied by our Troops. Wihchistsa, March 13 This place is at length recovered for' the union. Tbe march of our forces to Berryville, and ft reconnols aance to this vicinity .sucoeeded in misleading tbe enemy ao: iney ato not Know wnera la ex pect an attack. Yesterday afternoon they com menced, evacuating the place. Gen. Hamilton meanwhile advanced from Bunker Hill, the Michigan cavalry leading. ... . Two bnndred of the enemy's cavalry gave battle, supported by ft section of 'artillery. vThis wti about five o'clock yesterday evening. A batta ion or tbe First Maryland regiment rein-1 foroed our cavalry, and one of our sections oil artillarv came no and replied- to the enemy's I rune, Tbe fight waa aopn over1. ' Tbe enemy) fled, leaving their two gnns, several borne and boat, thirty men killed and wounded. Our I arhnla loea eraa fnnr klllml and firuen wminrlMl. I all of the f irst Maryland.;, Large stores of am munition, provisions .and many horses have fallen into out bands. :.',!: V f il .1'.' .l" Tbe Union flag flies triumphantly over Win- cheater. Tbe reooption of onr troops, by ,tbe people bis been most enthnsiaatio. , uen. jacKton'a icrces teii aere last nient, en the Slratburg Road. - The forces; of Generals Hamilton and Williams are' just entering ; the town.. There was a strong fort on mile out, which was evacuated by Gen, Jackson last night. The regiments, as they pass along, are obeered and greeted from the houses of the citizen, and responded to by our offioera and men. ? "j vr. 'TV I y Tbe other column of Gen. Banks's Division, which will approach by tbe Berryville route, bava not yet arrived. Not ft shot has been fired. ..--i- 'I-.-, -j Yesterday the rebels arrested eighty 6f the oi oat prominent Unionist-; .emdH'eenti tbem 1 to Richmond. -'"" "'"'i-'- '' .- '' Cofl'ea sells at 75 cenW-'Vnd fil - per pound: eager ZD to it ceoaj; ftiico ou oeme; other ar tlolea ate mora ftbnndanc. "-r" " It le represented by the resident friends of the Union that two-thirds of the population of thin town and oounty are loyal, but bava been compelled to succumb to the secession pressure, to far as expression oi opinion is concerned ' ' There bava been no Kicbmond papers receiv ed here for ft week, end tbe bitisens are entirely ignorant of the wruiing-, events iwhioh have transpired within that period. "J Second DisrATca-Gen. Jackson's toroe yes terday consisted oi Lering'e brigade and several field batteries, and three nanared or abmiv's cavalry about fouit thousand In ftll. . .They commenced evaouMvcg tbe place about sunset last night. , The cavalry were tne last to leave; tbey departed Just belore we entered tba town. It la represented that there is ft large seces sion force at Strasburg, and that tbey intend to make a stand thera.o.i; :mi ism .:- O wing ta the state of affairs At MahA'ffVri is believed that Gen. Ji.cknon will make bis way np tbe Shenandoah valey to thf .yirgiaIk,CetitrnlJ jvaiiiivau, Buu.wiuucw tu lVlC0nUinU,-:j r'.l'-o Prominent , aeeesalotusta bare aav that - the rebel forces will make a stand at Gordontvilld, and nave tortinea u to a great extent. . Several prisoners and amall amount of M- nnitlon areau tne eeicnres we have made. Winchester Occupied by our Troops. Parson Brownlowon route for Nashville. villa. , Lotiisviu.1. Maroh J2.-The Kentnok v Letr- islatur) ftdjourns on Monday .to the., S lth-f November. .-...-... Gov. JohnaobVad mi. .tnarwga rand .Me, Mavnard left tbt NftshvlUW CMllT.-" ' f ha Nashville Patriot says Parson Brownlow fa on hi war to Nashville, with a paaa through tba rebel lines from Jeff. Davis. Brownlow is reported IU with consumption. Battle at Fort Craig. Bt. Louis, Morch 12. Tbe uepuDiioan has advloec from Mlblqueroue, New Mwlgo; fob ruary 83d,-wbicb Jtattvlbat, thalamus We made Various eignifioani movements In the vi cinity of Fort Craig. On" the 18th' they ed vaneed a iollimn of -infantry une thoueahd strong in line of battle in frontal th Fort, and, also paovea, e, column 01 eigoi uuuurou v&jmuj to the wtHl of the other defenses. J Tbejr ad vanced within mile and a half or tue worm And halted, with the seeeaaion lac floatlos in the breeze, and remained tome time and then commenced , a retrograde movement. , Durlug the time of the advance. Coi. Canny prudently concealed the greater part of bis forces in ine rear of the Fort, when the enemy commenced retreating, and ihe Infantry was separated from the cavalry. '..,.. . -' : Col. Canbv ordered Maior Duncan to charge on the cavalry of (be enemy .with a squadron of dragoons ana mounted. men vnicui iney oia in iunt th nm tmrMimir Dsiore mum until, they airjvcd at a decrMvIne.--; , l ;TbeTian infantry in the meantime ad- vanced to the relief of the cavalry,. nd ikirmieb took place at the ravine. . Major Dun can late In the trreftilMr 'wm .tpejiiiea, ana tne Toiniia rnnlinunj ia fail back. i ilt ie ureimrt3d that the Teaane bad eight pieces of Artillery, piaeoa in ft oatiery maenea id a riVIW, but ft. short distuned belof ;,here the skirmish took place. On the 19th and 2Ulh the Texans crowed to the east bank of the Rio Orando, In order. It IB snp- ?osed, to take possession of, (he beigbts opposite 'OriCreie. i Col. Cauhv crossed and pursued them In force, when the Texaoe on the heights fired some fifty cannon shots, without damage to our forces. Col. Canby tired but two shots, I deemDgTtfimprudent to waste ammunition. On the mornine of tbe 31st, two hundred Teg an mules were captured, with their wagon mas- The Tetans are on the highland destitute of Water i0 .- .:f'," ' -Mr .(. r?.i I Col. Canbv baa the nasa to tbe water guarded by ft battery of two thousand men; and all other outlets guarded U foioe - ne iexane must either tight deaperfttely for water or enrren 'When the express closed on, tbe morplngoi tbe Slat, the boominc of cannon was beard the direction of Valverde. atraonncing that tbe battle had begun tv. .- -cii ' ,The military eirens jnst arrived from Fort uraig wiui toe newt or ut uuuuiuis us- tween our forces and tlie Ttxans, which lasted from nine o'clock A. M. of the Slat, until sun down or the aame.4i.yi. the fiaht comlnenced In the morning, between portion of w troop nnder Col. Roberts, and. tbe eueroyi across tne RlO ' Graadei with varied snccees, ontll obe or two o'clock or'that day.'r Cot. Caaby then crossod the, river in force, with batteri of six pieces under dpt. MoRae. of the oevulrjvbut detailed in command of Jbe battery; aleo a small battery or two nowitgerg Tbe enemy was supposed to have seven or eight pieeee. " " - , The battle' commenced by artillery and skir- miBbcrhnd 'sood ; became general. Toward evenioif -moat of she r enemy's guus were si lenced. They, however, made a desperate charge on tbe bo wi tier battery, but were re pulsed with great loes. , ' " ' " . Capt. McKae's battery was defended by Capt Plimpton's company of United States Infan try and ft portion of Col.- Pino 'a regiment of JNew Mexican volunteers. . '-" Ihe Texans charged desperately and furious ly with picked men. about six hundred Strong They were armed with carbines, revolvers and long seven-pound boeie-knlvra. After dis charging their carbines at close distance, tbey drew revolvers end rushed on the battery Id a storm of grape and canister. The Mexicans of fino's regiment were ' panic-etaicken, and Ingloriously fled. .. Captain Plimpton's in fantry stood their gronnd, and fought ob!y till mora than halt, were oumboced with tbe dead.' ' ' '' ': With his artillery men cut down, bis sunoort either killed, wounded or flying from the field, Capt. McRae sat down calmly and quietly on one of his guns, and with a revolver in his band, relusing to fly or desert his post, be fought to tbe last, and gloriously died the death of a hero, the last man by bis guns. Tne 1 exans suBered terribly In tnls cbsrge. Many ofllcerfj distinguished themselves on this day. ' Major Do&eleon. who was .chief aid of Cot. Canby, acted bravely, and was conspicu ous on -every part ol the field.'- 'Mis borse was wounded in several dUvs. but be was hot injured. .'. Kit Carson, iu command of a. regi ment of roluntaem who were deployed as skir mishers, did good service during the action, and behaved well. We have, however, tof name the loss of Lieutenants Mlchler and Stonfj, who, like Captain McRae, nobly and bravely main-, lained the honor ot' onr nag to the last, and gloriously died the death of patriots. Many other officers were wounded. . Our loes was about two hundred killed and wounded. .That of. tbe enemy ie believed to be much greater. - - v' - ' Ihe greatest confidence Is reposed in Col. Canby, and if the volunteers will do their duty, the Texans will be ignomlnipusly driven from the country. "' , : ' ;',.; ;. , ;.; , From Tennessee. Sr. Louis, March1 13. A Special lo the Dem ocrat from Cairo-" the 12th says:1 A gentleman who left Alempbls Saturday and arrived here this morning, reports no troops at Memphis. Many persona were leaving the city. - Cotton, molasses, sagar and other artioies of merchant dise were being shipped down the riverr The policy of burning the oity was still being dis cussed, (Speech were made every night. All means are used to check the increasing demor- alization and excite ft war spirit, . , , . 7- a , Gen. Bragg bad come up from Pensacola with ten thousand men. mere were sent to rein force New Madrid and Island N6. 10. Bragg aud Beauregard , are at Jackson, Tennessee, constructing fortihoitions. All negroes In the oonntrv are called to W0TK 10 mem. ' ' '' ' Martial-law was proclaimed in Memphis last Monday, for tba purpose of checking insubordi nation and compelling the oltlMns (0 turn out nd fight. :,-;.. -lAt -r-oei-i" . t No delenatve preparations are being made at Randolph, nor between there aud New Orleans. The rebels bavc a strong position at Fort Pil low, but" leee formidable than at Columbus. They confess that the rednotioa of this place will give us all polnls on tbe Mississippi Their gunboata are alt at Island No. 10, and carry rifled twenty-.'out and thirty-four pounders Toe fleet is under command of flolllna. A messenger from New Madrid reports all quiet this morning. ... , ;. v,v.i , From Fortress Monroe. Fortress MoNROt'March 12 All is quiet ttere this moraing.. .i ' ' Tbe steamer merrimacis anoat at tne Nor folk narv-vard. and a large force of workmen is employed in. repairing her. Serious damage was done to one of her prongs, and the forward Sart ol the vessel was stove in.:: These are now eing strengthened, ."..The people of Norfolk are said to. Da in. a stale of mingled rejoicing and fear. . u.i" ; . ' Lieut. W." N. JefferJ .Is now in command of tbe Monitor,, , . ... ;, -.-.t i-.-.-. ' All the newspaper correspondents at Fortress Monroe, except the agent of tbe Associated Press, have been -ordered away by Gen Wool for having tailed to comply with bia instruc tions regarding news. The Associated Press despatches will hereafter be sent under the sanction of Gen. Wool, ;:';;Vw .'U' 1 "" Providence Wool Market. PaoviDirioa, March 12 Af the 'groat' wool sale here to-day the attendance of dealers from New York, Philadelphia, Boston and Hartford, and manufacturers, was large. The prices re al is id were 25 per cent, lower than tbe av erage of aalee in the market, namelyt Obio xx T5051ci Ohio arc, 450o; Ohio No. 1,19 (gwfto; unto no. 3,b($w0 unto wo., 46; Ohio No. 4, 44)c; New York State extri 45fti45Wo: New Torn State No. 1.44(344 Ne York Bute No. 2, 43c; New York State common, 40o. ii'JI ' i f f ' f 3 ? 1 1 i Fight in Tennessee. Sr. Loms. Mftrch: 11 fOffloial.T Our aitlfr feory and cavalry, yesterday attaoked tha ene my's works, one hundred and twelve miles west 6f Paris, Tennessee. Tne enernf was driven out with ft lose of one bnndred kiUed; wounded end taken' prisoners. 'Onr loss-Ctpt. Ballls, of the artillery, ana four men killed and five j-j ' "AJca valrV StA f eht 'oflMfg'ta lebs&oii Mia) sonrl. attaoked one of Price's guerillar parties, and killed thirteen, wonndud five, and oiptnred twenty prisoners, among them Brigadier Gene ral Campbell. From Washington. . I New Yoar,' Maroh 12. A special to tbe Tribune says lbs Naval committee of tha Senate agreed to-day to recommend an appropriation of $2&0,000 for th construction of fumacee for tbe manufacture of twenty-lnoh Dahlgren ghnSr- L, i 1 o I The Washington Star of this evening saya wis have positive Information that tha rebels have retreated aa for aa Gordonsvilla. Out don lis have probably penetrated tbe country at en early hour this morning, a fares Culpepper Court House, thirty-five mites In the rear of tuanaesai. ' ' ' I The official report of tha naval engagement, sent to Richmond, states that on the Merrlmao two were killed and eight wounded. Tha mua sles of two guns were knocked off, tba prow twisted, the armor damaged, tha anchor and flag-staff shot away, and smoke-stack and steam pipe riddled. Capt. Buchanan' was seriously wounded In the) thigh. Capt, Lager bag since died of bis wounds. Trustworthy information to day states that tbe prow was shot away ' A special to the Times says the alatement published that a oounoll of war In Washington decided six to four that the army of the Po tomac oould not be moved against the enemy at present, Is entirely untrue. The Generals were unanimous that an advance was possible aqd proper ; (be only difference was fts to the ptaa f tne proposed attack. , ' A correspondent of the Times who acoomna- nied tbe advance noon Centervllle and Manas' saa, hat just come in.1 It Was ; only, last Friday that the retreat of the rebels from Centervllle commenced. Gen. Jobnstoa left rriday morn ing, Gen. Smith left Saturday afternoob " and Col. Stuart. last' Monday, the day our army left camp on tha Potomao. Tha retreat waa eon- ducted very orderly at , first,' and nothing, was en at iventerviiie tnac could oe usemi to-ns-The forts were well planned and very formida ble. , Thev commanded the roads, and tha fire of not less thin one hundred guns could be con verged upon any approach to the defenses, but tbe gnns were never brought from Manassas to mount the Crraterville forts. . A railroad traok extended from Manassas to Centervllle, and a a telegraph line. - ; " The rebel Generals had their headouarUe at Centervllle, all together, and more convenient and complete military establishment could not be found in Washington than tbey bad through iiiaunsoas. ... .. . - , . . .,, ThA Arlnme nnnt innul IViaIm aul I . . nMJ.I,t. at it began; Thev carried off all their heavy gnus from Manassas, forty to tlxty In number, part of their , army marching by turnpike to Warrenton, and part to Gordonsvillt) where It Is said tbey would make a stand? n" ' ' ' ' It was on Monday evenlnsr that the Ant aian ui paaio was notioea at niaoaeeas. A part oi Stuart's rear column was -preparing a train to move southward by railroad, when they learned that some excited rebels had set fire to the . , . . . . . bridges ahead of them. -Thev immediately began to burn and destroy and run awav in general confusion. ! jvs hundred barrels of flour, nlled nn In ranks,' had their' beads stove la barrels of molasses suffered in tne same way Ona hun dred and sixty barrels or kegs of powder were mi t, wnicn iney aid not snow how to destroy in ICIJ HI tucuiBeives. . v . . ,.f it seems to be confirmed that tha anemv had some two weeks since between fifty and sixty thousand troops at' Centervllle and Manaoua. and that they only began their retreat last Fri. day. Why they evacuated Is mystery, as that number of men In their fortifications would have been equal to three times the force asaail Ing tbem. Tbey must bava feared to trust their men, whose enlistments were exnlrins. or their powder, wbicb mauy accounts agree is of very interior quality. . , The strangest news brought by the Tim correspondent is that Gen. Jackson and one-half hie army, whom Gen; Ban'tt yesterday supposed be was closely watching in Winchester, want down tha railroad to Manassas ona week ago, and quietly marched off southward . The other half are said to be marching southward in the valley of Ihe Shenandoah. Washington March 13. Tbe Tog Leslie went to Qoantico yesterday, fowlng a large scow with shears and machinery ' for removing the cannon from tbe abandoned rebel batteries. A large number oi shells have been found in the rebel magazines.' They were neatly packed in nne sea-weeo, wnicn Ut satd toJOa an excellent plan to keep tbe powder dry and prevent a pre mature explosion. ' ... . The steamer' Arago and Fulton, which for some months past have been need at Govern ment transports, will resume their tripe, carrying laomBiia Deiween new xora.. soutnamotoa and Havre.. Tha resumption of service will begin on tbe 29th Inst ' -". A company of about twent fire ountrabanda from the region of eoutrv recently evaonated bv the rebels, arrived here to-day, They report mat tne resident sympathizers with the rebels are hurrying their negroea South. -,--,i r lbe only continuation by the Senate to day waa that of Daniel Tyler, of Connecticut, aa Brigadier-General of volunteers- The report made from the committee on Roads and Canals to day, acoomnanvina' the bill foe increased railroad facilities between New York and Washington, acts forth that the exigencies' of the Government require addi tional and more speedy communication: that the i line ebould be inland, and safe from tha dingers ol lorelgn Invasion to wbicb the shore line is sverywbere exposed. This want, they sayj can be supplied by .finishing tba Reading & Colombia Bailroad: and the committee ac cordingly recommended that the Secretary of me treasury oe aumorizea w endorse on tne fint mortgages. , It bends the guarantee of the payment of the orineiDai and interest to. tha extant of four bnndred and fifty thousand dol lars, two hundred and fifty thousand dollars to be paid on the completion Ot half the road, and lbe remainder pn its completion. ; , , , Col. Kerrigan, who wm reoently involonta rily released from hie military command, took his seat In ibe House to-day for the first time ibis session.-;. , V,,,, . , '.,, r . , a From Missouri. St. Louis; March 12. A special to the Dem ocrat from Rolle, Maroh 12, aaya: . Wild Billy rrice, a desperate cbiel or guerrilla band of rebels, baa been taken prisoner and is now In enstody at Springfield. No. further news com turtle s, command aa yqt, i. ;JM ,.U , i- St. Lotjts.1 March 13 General order No. 2. DiDartment of the Mississippi, states that mar tial law bae never been legally declared In Mis souri, except in 'the city of St. Louts, and in tbe immediate vacinity at railroads and tele graph lines; and even in thia locality- military officers are especially directed not to interfere with tbe lawful progress of any local civil oourt. It is believed that the time will soon oome when tbe rebellion in Missonrl may be considered a terminated. It also states that evidence has been received at these headqnartora that Major General Sterling Price bos 'issued commis sion or tioensee to certain bandits In the State, authorizing them to raise guerilla forces for tbe hurpdeeot plundering or marauding. General Pilce ought to know that such a course ia con trary to the rules of civilised warfare, and that evert man who enlists In suott organisation for feits his life And become an outlaw. .All persons are properly warned mat u may join any guerrilla band tbey will not, If captur ed, ba treated as ordinary prisoners or war, oni will He bung as robbers and murderers. Their lives shall atone tbe barbarity of their Gea erl. r. -1 Order from Gen. Halleck. 9f, Louis. Match' 13. The following general orjlor will be issued in the morning;. HEADQUARTERS, DEP'T OF MISS, March 12, 1862. ' In complUnoVwUn order of tbe President ef the united states, tbe , nnaersignea - assume command of the department of the Mississippi, which includes tha present department of Kan sis and Missouri, and tha department of Ohio, and the country west of a north and south line drawn through Knoxvllle, Tennessee, and east of the western boundaries of tbe State of Mis sonrl and Arkansas. The beadquarteraof the department of the 'Missouri will remain till runner orders at S. LOWS, iommanuing oia eerv not In tbedeDaxtmeet of Missouri, will re port at thee headqaarterelheetrength and po sition oi.nei eevarai oommaBu - a March 12, 1862. (Signed) H. W. HALLECK, Maj. Gen. Commanding. rlovlprc3rarcBI3.-A7Iefir reeMved hare from a mad In Gea. Burnaide Vdivtieion dated Rooaoka. Island, March 3d, announces that tha report that the rebels were evacuating Manaaeas had reached Gen. Burnslde. Us will therefore be on his guard. THIRTY SEVENTH CONGRESS. First Session. WASHINGTON, March 13. DIMATB. Old Dfiv.S k,.ltrl tlml : 41,., oaaai uu. roweil ta.. buea ftaaa th .ia lalatura, waa in session and would Ilka to have the oat' sttled.J.,;i ,MVf1 wj s.1 uur. liavis sunaeauantiv withdraa, thm mm. 4 iMr.1 hkmVmt&tmij. mlttee on Naval Affairs be Instructed to Inquire what la aeeeteery to br dona In regard ta John Davis,! whote distlngninhed bravery has been brbught to the notioe of the Government by the wtdontS"0' 0'' wr n.nneay nerea Teaoraxioc ir.ai iho AT - a . . ,iew-m a - Secretary of tbe Navy, kformube SeuatCy wnai taw ine naval Aoftdemr wee removed to Newport, Rhode Island, knd the reason for such removal, ana wnetnef saaa reasons knu 'exist i he resolution expressing the thank of Coo great to Cantaln A. U. Voote. hla offioara aod men. of tha Weeseta flotilla, waa take nn, hi Mr Grimes ssokd fa Ite favor. '-The resotu tlon waa paaaedvl ,iv. ti.uti iaui. TbeieeolutioB. of- thanks to Lieut: Worden anq tbe officers and aoanren of tha Monitor was then taken no and passed. I H Mr, Davia waa for the expulsion of bia col letgae from no Mrsonal feeling of anmltr, but from a aeons of duty, aa be thought all hla vote ana acuone were-agaln. yie goverjtiel aid ,u ...ui wi aieuevaHHi. Mr. Powell said be Would reply, but would wan uu otbers nad Bniebed. T After executive seestoor the 'Senate ad joorned. .-.r.., srT 7 House Mr. Duell introduoed ft iolot reaolu lion, wblch waa aasaed. tendering- tba tbauk4 Congress to Gen. Curtis and the ofllcera and men andet bis command, for their late brilliant victory in Arkansas, and sincerely sympathizing with tbe relative end friemj of, the Cfflotrs and soldiere of tba army who si bravely fell at Pea Ridge. .., lit House, In sommltteeer lbe Whole; then resumed tbe consideration of tha lax bill. Mr. Richardson of 111 , moved an amend' mint providing that two per cent, of tbe whole revenue derived from the bill shall be set apart wr ma purposes! buying or oouiBBir By treaty certain territory outelde of tbe iittAt of the united eta Us, oa which to colonize free blaeka, and ror tbe-payment of the expense of vans poriauon tnitner, .,i.,,, , . .Aiaa.i to ; After aoma debata, the first eeotioVof '(He i a a ' b,u'I tne Ayommusionet vi inwrnai nevenuea ine franking privilege. A reposition to eolleet the Federai tax through State machinery, waa for a long time discussed. One side argued that tbla would be cheaper and better, and tha other that it was woolly impracticable. The proposition was subsequently, withdrawn, and the. committee rVaftJe V 4 I -a ' " SUA .W at WW -av ' Mr. Johnson, from tbe committee on Roads and Canal, reported ft bill to at cure increased rallread faoiliUe between 'New . York, and weaningtoo, -it wasreoommltteo. ' w " Mr. Mar, frost the Jodiciarr oommittea. re ported bill providing for tha disoharra of prisoners, ana ro wo conns er tea unl ted States to Uke ball for raoognizanoas to aa: enre the trial ot the aame.' Tha bill was re committed. Adioarned. . ,., i e i .lt ft Boston, MarcS 13,--In many of the correa poodenta' reports of the engagement at Roan- oae, aeariy an ma oraoiiwae given to tbe Haw Kins avaaavee. . oey are of course entitled to their share, bnt a letter from aa officer In the engagement states- that -It- wss tha flanking inanaooaeetM regiments tnai caused tne sod den retreat of the rebels fro at their etrooghold, and tba fort waa entirety empty when tba Haw king Zouavea made their grand charge, jj f f ( St. Johns. New Founoland. Maroh 12. Ws navs bad no barepean or American mail for slxweeksv 'The Cnnard mail steamer, running Between pert ana niiuix is asnota at, J repas COMMERCIAL MATTERS. COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Market. [REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] NEW YORK, March 13. rLOTJB-Doll nd With onhr Inquiry. Bale of 1080 barrel at $5 54 35 for aa perSa lUle; $i StXji 45 tot extra ttaee) $i Saatt St for superfine -western I S5 50AS 7i far miniMiB ta. - dium xtm waetarn; ti 8tkBS go few ablpping hetad extra round hoop Ohio; &a6 7S lot trad kimude; mar ket doting heavy. , ;, .... .., CANADIAN rLOTJB Heavy and dtcllalng; wale tf 750 barrela at ti bOQtt SO for oobubob to choice extra. BTB ILOUB-. Quiet and steady with amalr sate at 3 2S(4it3S. . -, , a. i ! .. b CORN MEAL Quiet and aominally BBohtBgeBi eale ot 330 barrelt at S 80 for Jersey ; Brandy wint at S . WHISKY Tbt market 1 without deeidee ehangtln price; tale of 1300 barrelt at S52Xc. ' WHBAT Dull and aoeainal; la view of tW light stock holder are not diapeetd to aoeept any material dV elint In order to realize! tale of 850U baahel Oaaadlan olubatll 90. ' ..,.., n, ..... bib. aula dull and drooping with eale ef SOOS bath at 80at83e. . ., . i,. , i.. a . BAaLET Continue without AaeMed nhanria. a.Ua of 1500 buahala Ut at Boo 83,000 buahela OaU- lurDie at inc. - . i . , v,,.., it ua ps i i.,.,., . , COBN-A HtttemefB dolwg reexport at tWadyprf oet alee ot 61,000 euakat ,MBM- war kneh lor mixed western In (tore, as 0(aiolo 1m do HvreeVloetng hi tBMwm inn oo(bub aor Mm- ia una antiinam in au,pu,(Braar.v- ft A ll,UU-ULUa.W tJ VBAS too buah Canadian at Oo.. ,, ,, -OATS Dull. With tale at 38&40o Tor Jar&nr. fl.n ada, wee tern and ttatt; small sales ,of tfriact dtdward Slant at eio. OOrtEB The market far Bio leta aeUve. bnt itill rulei very firm; wt notlct aalet of 1000 bag at S3e.' ' BUBAB Haw eoatinaee In moderate demand with steady market; sales of 1000 hhds at for Cuba; and Ml boxe Havana at 7e; rt&atd steady and an- changed. .. MOLABBBSIb better demand, but without decided change In prieet; tale ot SO bbU) aad. IS tlarcea Cuba HuacovtdoalSSo. FORK A ahade Snner: ealee ef 1(00 bble at ail as ($13 S3X for sua; SIS 5t13 50 tot prim atet. $10 qt i, wr prime.; - . i . BRBf-Eulee dull; aalea of 150 karirtU at SI 00A 50 for ooun try prime, $45 50 for country men, $IS 13 SO for I .peeked, meat, and $13 ?5aM 50 for extra mem. a c. a... .j., FKIHB HIBS BEBr-Qaletandtoadvatym INDIA MMda ! hul taaiand: aalea of 100 tlercta BKBI HAUB flciret and Armar: aalea at BW Soet 17 25. . i . , . . , i . , i i i i i . .CUT sfEATS Bteady and arm; tales ol SO package tt4K5o foraheuldem; 5X7o for haaaeT - BAOON Bide la fair demand and ault Brmr'taMSef 500 boxea at ae lot weatera long ribbed middle.. 7e for abort do,7Mo for short clear. " ' ' ' - HOaB Dreeeed, more steady at SXB5Xo for west era and tSQSX for eity. J LAKD-lUthermort eleadyi aaltaof BI0Q kbit at IX 8Xoi the latter for oholce. BUITBB In little better demand: aale at 10A13a for Ohio, 16tt for ttate. --' v. OUEKSK InactlT at SdB7W.-J o bi on Qi JfV . .,.1 4-:Ai' HI .Vil ' -...a Money Market. [TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] NEW YORK, March 13. . , rr- : Tbt etarket le ttaady and unchanged. - - h,i . Call loaiit suklui at oal7 per cent., and dlaetuatt ea Frimtpe.tMriaeiiagattHil7ptrxti kf i W . ' Bterllna Bxnhange it dull and BOntaala lNSllSK for Bankera' Billa,.an4 lllwUi for axercaaavta' BUIav American fold at pox aetive aw lMiljkC few want. nremlum. ivni.a.'r-H-i, . -n(-o.' v-r 'r. uaiitoniiawoBiBMaauuaaa nominal at xxa r cent, premium. ; - w aV ,., i ( -i r . S , i.ti Oovemment atock aalet and arm; 9 3-1S Treaaury Botes la demand at t)X demand Botes quoted at ,M?steV' sicnerVSale; Joshua BaldwlA'taaat'r. C S-l ,oX SUIT. U fc Richard Booir So at hi. I, .... . vi BY VII Y VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF BALE directed tma to 'Court of twattt rlets ( IrankliB touuty. Ohio, I will eSerfor sal at ttrtdutf ef tb Oowt Uuoee ta lb Oil . Ooamamas, Obit, n Saturday, tb$ 12th v4i of April, JL ; j?'.SG3 between tha hour of 10 A. 11. and 4 IS IfVth foi lowing pretnieet, tituatt la tb etty ef Sola abut, Braalr- Un oounty, Ohio, to Witt-" ,? , ' a-- In-lotllo. W5: alao. tote Noa 14. IS,-18, 17: xo.si ana x, ot BoowatB t sbjxiivisiob or uwwot net 31 and St or aald oitv. . ui.cvih'o, Apprabwd at UtKo.gOS.....wv4iJJ)0e S0' hi aoa no, n, u,iotitiu -'"-'llfiv m' SI. 350 04 taot) . t. Lot Mo. IS and 17, at.... S-WO ' " ' w, ajooeo tjw a. W. HUItMAri, Sheriff, . . tnt Master CommiMlonSTT iPrinter'e feet, $,., k, c f (Kui ' BMUU-dltAwMv .. V. ,fiJI A miwil JTTa p'j b-iweaM-Jf .inou.4l VfTf I i.. ' -u r; ar. m Blt .. ft "" HVIu MJ-1.1. Bill ill a. , The pattern ef (Iiism elilrta are naw. Tbe Bi,''',i, T.'ka, (iatTeeaiiS Boenmtartfbrmtd to St the pt.r -n wltii e 4 and temforka I'M mark wpoa out aawwi" t aiaeaaay B f'' ''! ea at buig oorraot, ami ew.ii o . -a auanni4 wuil eJi AhMil i.akifeJt.t al I '--- . jrtee eenetonUjr.for aus.aj jjvl BAiia a, Bvirl. I . . . r.ovvtwrn ni,n B SNHBTIi HlaiiblwMII I A Us, Aft At BUUUBB, BwwixajeaefBManv Main m bun, aprlU Ta. M foata luaA etreiN II -tJedvB nf II tvoa' ttii - ? rtAr- - SOT lr I .bUA Ui:il Ml . U in A JtAKht . YH Cl.VJuUKX - - -- ,",'jM A.a't lrt-, (ii irfO aril hi vimnlvl a ;io Jn,i : liiino llt.,H elaJS Jet 1 aiiet ui. ewaiuut .laibu.t. t',w bej ,aihi iv it (0 , ki, im r .tet'OTWiH i , 1t.irf 4rtM Ve tn-it-t ."Jul wit e.l. itl ' ttiM I . .aiKllbaA .aiiueO -mini tat in: 1 (ai--nTPt Vbrvwr time, at a'ta-.'j auoi tl.A ...b tidT Yu"'? .-,. I , bau. Mr . rm.'uO a il l Wli8 iaierac ;i) loriui.,i. t'oja'Hail lo.fa.arh II la ,ji:a!ejunt ,i iKf aid eta); la not:30ijaoo eiUAJiiodJa ui Iu ajiot ul (...---' -i . t ' I'C mjtnl'wo'." w edt to stoasi f sar aaoiTaoi t, -i;h;.w"I') JJa "iTriNie ino . A I 11 11 n n . w art) Jl . ,AAV.,RVUrUU 1U at L'ruMi eiTd iiultib Jael D to toi. m.tnq mIw ,,. eh irjli9jex i.a jtw.,11 - aar-iaimi , mi ', iir.-l em-jiqu? H mmrm mtmt err If atfTe berr , WJ 1 -I eisy.ti.-TTi bT ' A H 'J " B. S A A V ihiW tumrre! sf tlii tuS 1 ,a.-je-i . (. ..ig.-h ynftaiy wt I jj.tus al .-GO hv(cb-ttti!La TrJtaOJ5 iT-imT fine treiolirt -rri V J' e rtr'rl'ii,,l oai.a dn!l IfeW A A n 0 ntnn'tnlO ar.rkb SI ui'awvT,. u tta v,1 ,ri !- bat avuiuii i .luovoalf Id- tai 01 ! ,U citfi, ,rr. ia KlhaaaajwajiBwi wnaaaKi'ruuK' iA..,y. .i tit :. ..' aaciToj ' aaa eiu 1 ,r.-.pcm,KwrS''tt rfl!w,aarbbK t,ri!weale fcne'4 4 u,u i ,ta 'ff 76y 2&i F1CILITIE8 w- !H3JJi3VArST i i c rfi'h nn i n u ox 3j at" F.orrpyEnTisiric tdi a i lo-ruhacJ ' Whtetf cannot hrf fo Brlni M u iit i.... t . .iw.'A 1itni ajt rocO tisl l liad'J WKWiimmTifiaffli a) oui).i!'.'7e!'.i I'i ea f tte-iB UriT f rraft., u ai onau l ti kna .oci'e-"-' Inu itnia a ,la( ,l - ,d)IW Tli J,Ai ,i i ile there who tekt advantatt tf them. .U4jrnv b rscx i. jrti 7 is'j. irrofiMO j i-r,-a- n! a ,aTi tsaat .a.li . alf f riti a '.n.i 'Uii ;tr:i j i, ,i la .wOiaini,! oiawVAM .. AtglH If ."Id tlh- it HMiiw-iin ur ru 0 il'Ji I V.UH . .1 dn.u tfvl,aliii'it ).. ibat.'a .1 '"'"Wi 4MaS . -1 m ji i . r aa ough Every JPoisj i , iT ce in Ohio llltlH I 'l mi It found In the hands of livraia') ,t-.i.ituM W'jv-ii-.-I ,r.,jrati B'J-I aa.iic i.r, r. 1.1 ! ftveiH irnil :l .j, - ..' i ..iu '. j-dai t. aan ledJ II" SI 4 oje patronage 'lj Valuable, aud who seldom Matte -.1' I Joll i,. i I . 7 "?!r',ftln,l,".rB,l,; ud at only ".CCjTrZO J2i, lb ahr"-irl b.ia ma. Mo iuo ol mid ii' .ir,e & HaB.UIV (jni ''Lor-T ' ' 0 rtU '' 1 . . j .aa IMkll I41ITIII.I f I - ' T "J I -" '.., urn! bea aMiptad lean pvnnTisnivrBnto 4 fct ..fa ,,'t, eoirH .iwH ea'tl .aiifrU ts nawaiU id but " ra tliu.li -lP-PRtQMXJlT C'4.( if W .ineiMitl evciJ .f.''f eHtiit wtvut) tj.I rut e.H titH .ttllTft iv.i-j.ii.H AND vrs-l1f attlllKli fl l'c j v" a-, '.f r'aa:: HANDSOMELY mSPLlYEl) '.' ar They oannoT fail to rTJr ( T'T--.-- r ! ' Jf 4.1ft aaini JJA flft tTI bej .f'a IVSW- - f4f , 1b ail LocaHttei B'brlsai- J3.S t- J iru l efiiu J1A bib i 0 rttlw neie ' in i i 1 to Jnt "..-AaJ-rt ,n-ri-jftaJ.'Si "''l ,ri er)!(t-fn ffcti .it i-ll t WH .tU q la-.T .iw.'lrxtmfl-ei --w 01 Hfwqmoo ea" Hoai-wrroete-ftgifuxla:!! Ji'-evei,iiiiln ! art. U.itrMc "T, A rw iwi : tint o.' EiOLtSALE ''DEALERR t.m-.ly rOH, l..Hf XT tw ill .c3 taart t -at .1 " lexad at mU " Ulrwrtlingi'ai.,,rw a orioj fnl a tC- in '. B'-ll edl tcixlBNni ftenalfl -! K I !M taaVv" ."ol leaiin awBio nen. il U p!a rt.aui ar. ei) t -r jtooibkwi wn tm e carl ia."" -J.J 1 1, b v.'Jl waa eoirai a-.-o : .niMHii iX-ra Mr -ri lues't et f Will SnltalvwtueoiuUt;""; -.fUZD To firm i ,f'b )I .laNTwied Joanawuatriw ewceiBo n aA rHr)'ittcrcMapa ..OOA.ACK T5.MW wi (una ii-mm a;'Afl i.;0 t'tiTt mref;. tt eeatal tofelle aa intitlvt i ertt-xa aiamaa lot of knowledge of their batik. Hf W! iajArjl HlnWIlM ..xmT koe .)-tfwnt .TTiJ-1 .A t ro ra.TarvaU .eef,o xwrf ftfinaei .Teiri m rrajt .A .atvr UU lowrwrvTI : am .lew 2 rTaiHl a Imtvt ed) to w .wiueeO .Ti AJl -A . Vbl I XxJ lit raoa flrf.atn.ti AdveitiaemeBt loUnA'to, asa'it .1 . .BiUt rttl tTTA tSTTXl nlS titnts wJ bbxib mv eat TB' Jv' ('nv1l-ri''?",'t30 1 HavQlw) Im hta4d Ii btfpTw WtAnwiiUy Boon. ,.h. ,weh,v .o v t . .' mm I Jl I I a 3 1: f iiimiiibwi , 1 ' t oil 111:11 In jOl ,,:) i ; i; a . m w tta!?;ff;; v I UI17aT?iitrrT ..J r ' rr r Ii Tmmn,r R-i Ba Briii. r-" me.tmmauriaL-l l . rutin. Il I. .1?f',''l I, -.t..,. .... i. . itnu ,ii wifcTi-.Tf rr-.. AB.ii I 'iK'r,a--aaTW' iJIL "' I yi.4..fijL.,jj.,xinnTj,i -inrj nr ni VTmiiM1llt l-l i TTTI iflinnAirrl e ! ,t, .bnofrf at!t H iniliiiw r!ii..S, I AN . . . 1,1 Il Vf ( ii.-r 7-fi.T(,r1 ,3-r.t ' a'rV.'W 'j.f-i. 5)'t v4 ' ' -. - I I', a .ut. LTurd't pAlAhaBt. unni.fi ir bottle, - vy aou, ooa - o. Dr. iiurd's'M ' ode-bottle 1 't "w''fftVM.n,.i'iwrg, . 5rt-axeyfli ' hit ttJim t&J m. . Fourth' ti., Price OSE DOX or. lix for S5. 5TM TlBrTTlti'Vi SASURr makaa . n.,l... IMcueeb: iweebv ftve.aad m ernt by expraaa mHclni ii ' -TrSWf u rfWtft,. f 'v ThTrelllBaimiaaiAa,fca...L- ' ' t , ent, POtt DaM.mn tka w.u.,11,.' . . a...... ' F...r'r-- - f' .n,nvua,M Kr ' yoe, Mervoo Headache, at Barh. nt S . 7,! on receipt ot Bifhtoea Be. nr ilS Jum 'r.. ;U l'Ur,..THl,'::'.'l .:.IA3'.; 7t 1 u.- : ribunei Buudinfirsji Npw Va u- ,'Ti,l,'t1U ,AI- I'l-IVU. ,V 10.... 'J . V l iUl ' !,:!i, . f l.MIH'') J.!A i M -v ITT Dr. Hoab'a MfinTtl wi,ialn'a.i. aolTOOTHACaK DBOPS na 'al allTi L... . I . Uwryoan probably be obtained KsoujDrugioPerVMkl ,"i r?'. e7 cannot, tend lo.ua tbrtlie D E NT a i TdWH file, 02 ltoL4,'wlchreoutei:l .fj.'-frfj'ih .NOW,f L ;iu( rloiii-'f t;.'-fl , AieDr.Hurd'sPrVparktroyobdfT : '."'"'lei'wlat their flrmtat frltadt and beat patron ar thoae wh h... of Brooklyn, Trmumrer ef the haw York Stat D,Mata' tT,r r.p.rtionJ Svt bin tUA utfj! f ao leading .ICwj, iT " 2E?aiC.r w'"?arghque.tion. their exwllioo. whli eminent Tjanilaaeitf itmm w, . 7. ' atbxltiuiowntoth7DVof.; . Ta Idltor Of ihe Bran III. n rwl.au . ar happy to know tuateur friend. Da. HoIoTi. .'I'iyni " "psetatioa wiUaaaktOBrii WaStl a.-i r.t,Ywtl sr-torL. reitt with the rot tbat sua Aavtou ax vaanans ' WBAW TXXT ABB ItnattWTXB TO BB, AS WI rAm TXXT1IY raoiSTiiuiMirat." , ,." . V,. H JJ''?" " Barnum erritoe: ! Sband tour OOrH POWDER aa randih. , ' , . all op. We Bnd it the beat Powder (ar tba Talk thaA,. wetter need. 1 ahall feel obllxed if a,, .in J l"J,7,,7,V v'ma at your convenience, wli ,- ' jSmjj " .' "1 eie y Ut U fTA'n0 o'olnsry Tooth Powder.'. , Da. i ' 'a Tooth Powder eontaina no aui o. -iJ.,,' ."iJ ' Wliat' will Dr Hurd's 'RflmftrfiVs 1 ' I.-,.. i .ffect?";' r-r,--4r- I i-, i :. s.it l,'i,,n li i-.i., Dul HoaB-aMOUIH WASH aaid vartrw anwfiik vi. wm give to young ladiee tbat ftprat charm In woman- 3 it breath and Dtarli teeth Tm i.j, .. eeel Daa Hain't ktonlh Waah anrf VmiTit-., " f leanxe the mouth from all fool exhalation,; aud If aed .u morning, win mate the break rut taate sweeter and -, the day betln mere oleaaanll. n.i. ZZZ 1 ftarB..-tiW,7f " ' DXi HOBo't Mouth Waah m W.uK DJ .... v i beat i reparation in the world far caring Bad Breath and giving ermneat and health tatbegnnui.' Handiedeei TV l.'V1 BU,oinE Ouma, Sore alouta. Oeaiket , . -..., uu aurco uy vf. nurii , BatrtDgnut watb. , Dr Huas't MODTH WASH j girt u additional charm to aourieblp, and make baa- . band more atreeable to their wiaaa.i huabdnda. They ahould be used fcr Ing II AimFICIAL teeth, ar liebl to ialpart a taint to the month.' 1 i . .... . I .n ( , -i 1 1 . '." i Dal Horo'i TOOTHACHi ntnva ,- arlaiox from expoaed nenw. amd uu Urn beat irwmrfa ik.i . warenta can hava in the houae to aav thetrablkkwn from . , auOtain , f or tteep esu ayiBBatheti. , . I - ' ' ,:"a ,i -., hi -j.i Ii.tuna and MacH.sica I yon cannot wall mSori i nnlet' row teeUV c ttf a trlBiar turn, ioa cue bow get " 3 ' ' ,r, . r" . wuw;iii,u or aator can get othlng better Bemeahev that DX8PBPSIA and GOtl ?filI0".'.!HK LQi ofM,n f'KiuauinNit f Teeth. Sand tnr th 7V,;.. T-.il. . ritchle obeerratieti on tbla auhlact. i'i in i.,. r,,1-'" ' teveei deeta In yourawa teeth, aare your children' Vu teeth J .-.. .,,(1 c, Da HnXB'a BRIT BA LATA Nnv.innaina nr .a TEBSer the taoet pleaaant and uoceeerhl remedlee ver praacttkedtot that paiutal dieeeee. The patient ' ,l ppiim one, ooa neoonu droway, fall atleep, aud. , , -..,..u, puaumeveTauMranpieaaaat y oi Injurioua contequanceg tusue for Babaubb and Ntavofca HxABacBt, apply aoeordio'g to dirtctiont, and Mief Will turely follow. Nothing oaa ka obtained euwal v io uri "wo Ucmyreai for Neuralgia. " Try them ' They era entirely a navel, eariaaav and orMaal BrevaW't HA . """I"" p-eaiui inayrt.oi tww- ot atiea. tail, for the faoe, price 13 can ta. aud Ahv.an tor application to tha body, price 37 eente7" other W foWllctlon to thebodr.Drice 37 cent ' .a. price 14 call La. aua ina.. Will Tli BaNrtoaa Tteepleare Itftelllgetrt 'enbuirtj' to imn'e ctat pkepafaUe that taoAriaaitaaa mack ta tb bamf--o1 S am. b ii n n it if mi ' neat o thoee Being them, and they want thaa.. JtyajtwO t'.i Vi mail bringt ut lettare, aoma ordering the -TaaATiia o w Iwni.aoaawtb Nxr,ualLa-ii.irraaa 4,,,1 ..t. r-.. ' ololng47eeBtetoBthaiwtWAVltllrlIlall;, ,"3,r are.compeiiao W roaljf tkaAxt ia lmpexv a) ft j'5 falT pft lratle by anexiT. The people watt . thea Beaatdit. Who will tumhrtfimt r i.kM.btt Noyr Ii the nl ' Hi! v ' ' tvn i a. .-.-t i, aawk b" " all f" e .,JCHAJNCEFORAGERTS:v. , " ! :r TJ7 w V f - ii.i w'-'ara enrCU InrtWd agents can make a amall tartan. In a.Maai,i. a these articles around to famlUe. - The BairnA , TBtaa err ft i fb ntateet aiticl thala awaa or woman can carry around J Bend for one and tee. qr better, a dtaaua -t rh w willxtll. a earn nka. for ft7. ulnii.i in. - ally wld Circular! Ofi McwrTia ah tlmeTw go n,io v"V Ih buatseea, to dVwd,'and make broflt.' We si V tpendlnk Ulouxecdt tol lbe herwJlt et agent. Ne Bnglxnej men and women I here le lometblog nice, and, . AohantoaxkathetkleatlnifliKrd. itTi-i ..: jAiiArexti A T3'f. J.ii , rAr jut rf bi t: -4 a. rw, mim l a.i.'iii.: .iar.... ia a v mm . v-.... . . . , m nl Iw4,..i " ' -J rt c )S h4 i-l"tAW na rll LA. ti uune-JDtiiiclin uivteo a., .M, i I V... exarte 1""- ra-jto,k-y n A . o., , fin am. vut e ,rNhTWi iOlBa. venww t iitunoes may be mad with oosAAeaoa. W. BUH 0 .t UstrUO refer to tb Maior of Umnkl.ni u a. or Koii ati uairriiBi. rruiiaem t amers and (Jl tit ana iru, io ov, uob a vo W.- a. O art a. ilwiii Itam nail IratT tela Bherifl b Salrjr bn."j ia hwn ii,.i.' trnt Samaiel Brush I ;xniJa.1S rrolr0 vitarrsaA" in JfierrAtoii Xhomu BUIdlt ttat 7 im,u'l .nitinKt a iiir BT vfrTTTB Of AN OBDBB.CAl K? f j ki4J 'dWected, from the Superior Court of Finr k l.ii.cuiui-,,, tyAinta, a win ooer lor eale at the door ,af,Un CfUtbad 4aV ty,43hta, 1 wil aleutaialhte Mil n, rtnlflHk.. - ' .Ura, tftAMaja' Jtt-rcb, A. D. 1863, Akatn etlaehi ft . .tin Mlewfpr oTwrniermnr" mf aituata la4hecilyf Cllembee, cruay of Itaticr r!1 Pi lint extd State Of Obio, to wit: . " l O a J Being 10 Iota dealrnated aa lot n oxaane nny-two i;.4), i;-r,r and Bumhar Sfty-lhree -' 3 an a ,lt or auluivi.i.i of out, lou Not. 131 and l3JL.aadny.VValiaa.aWi 'ob, 4r.,an4 miovri m. nun, nwinnu lai ,pi. .BiK'om ai auei f e7..ratkllB eouoty recor, .:y .... bk.-M Appraiiad at lot No. 53, $..i W. -,,,ik ,,, . .. ',- "3 " J " 41 , 350 10. .'-., .,.,,. ! a Vh id :isW'1''1ni rfiMlJAwld,, .a bjb-i as -' TVTfil IBUnOTABtr SKIBT. Ct-ASP HOOP Al t I0W. -1 0 tu- ftflTi