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howisi the arrival and departure of tralnl at Oolom us. on sod after June 3d,'.lbo8, mini will leav as hi . ... ... . . I f . I.ITTLI Mum (IsUUSOafc Xxau U. k Leaves. Clnoinnutl Accommodation. 5:21) A. M. Day Expres 11.30 A. 11. Hall 4:10P.M. Arrive B:! P. H 11:00 A.M. 3:10 P. M Night Express, Tla Dayton, H:00 mlOnlgtit. 1:30 A M, " Jxo. W. DonxaTT, Agent 'QvVBUKintt. OlIVSLAM) U. R, ... Night Express 4:00 A. M. 1140 P. II New York Bipres 11 10 A.M. U:00A.U 0,0 Sr. 0, Way Express,.., 8:40 P. M 1013F.lt yj ; ' ,; Jss Pattwios, Agnt. OsjitxalOhioB. R. No.SBxpr. 3:50 A. M. 11:45 P. M No. 4 Kipress to Newark. 11:10 A. H. 11:10 A. M No. 5 Express... ... 3,35 p. H. .!. :.' '''-'.'' ; ' " ' Piinaoken, Oulimhi i a Omciniiati B, X. Hall Train.... 3:50A.M. 11:45 P. M Bxpreo Train. 11:10 A. M. 11:10 A. at t ' ;' i" . Joi. Bobuiioi, Agent. Oobcksos a IifuUKorcLii, K. B. (Oolumioi Piqpa fe Ikbuju R, R.) No. 1 Express 8:30 A. M. 10:40 A. M. Bo. I ; P. M. ' 4:50 P. M. ' 1 Jno. W. Hill, Agsnt. '.SPECIAL NOTICES MANHOOD. E0W LOST, BOW EE8IOBID. " Just Published In a Sealed Envelope; prlc 8 CU.I A LEOTUBB ON THE NATURE, TREATMENT ANB KADIOAL CURB Of Bl'UBMATORRHEA Or Bemlnai weakness. Involuntary Emissions, Sexual Debility, and Impediment! to Marriage generality, Nervousness, Con sumption, Epilepsy aud Kill, Mental and Physical In capacity, resulting from Belt-abuse, ato. By Robert J. Oulrarwell, M. P., author of the Green Book, Ao. A Boon to Tliouvands of Snflercrs, Bent snder oral, In a plain envolon, to any address Boat paid, on reeeipl of six eenti, or two uotsaxt stamp, by Dr. OI1AB. J.O. KLINE. 187 Bowery, MewVore. Poat Office Bos No. 4.480, . i aog7-3mdr.wla .,..., .,.I?he Kevu olooih sexes. A re tired Clergyman having been restored to health la a few daya after many yea of great suffering, la willing to aetiit others by tending (free), on the receipt of a poet t. dlf"'"! T)op, a copy of the prescription used. r JohN M DAUtl AU" m f ult,n . junett-daw4m i ) Batchelor's Hair Dy&I t THE BIST I THE WORLD. WILLIAM A. BAT0HJIL0K B celebrated Half Pye. prodacei a oolor not to be dlitlstuUhed Iron nature warranted not to Injure the Balr In the letit; remedies the 111 effect! of bad dyes, aud invigorate! th Hair for lift. QBET, RED, or RUoTT IT AIR lnitantly tarsi splendid Black or Brown, tearing the Hair aoft and btautlTol. 8old by all Druggists, eto. E7 The genuine la algned WILLIAM A. BATCHB LOR, n fApnr tidti of tacA bom. p , f actorr No. 81 Barcla; Street, 4- (Late 233 Broadiray and 18 Bond Street,) may20-duwly MEW YORK. , TO MARRIED MEN, -Or Those Contcmpiatino; marriage. TBB nderilgned wlllglralnfomution on Terydn. trotting and important euljeot, which will be valu ed more than a thoanand time IU ooat by every married myle of any age or oonJIilon in life. The lofonaatloe wlll be eent by call to any addreae ou the receipt of 85 jesta (tOttr) and cce rod Hacip. All letteia ibould be addrueed U, ' r B. K0HBU, U b. otl-Iy3lawd , Boaton.Mim Removed from bis old Otilce. Dr. A. B. WIttlAMS, W. Bronlway, near High at., Colombo!, 0., hu devoted blmeelf for a lerlei of yean to the treatment of certain private diacaeet. II nay be ocaulted at hii o!Bo on Broadway, noar the Bxohanie ;b. . ... . lanUdtf , XuSL2J IlIOE'O ' 8....-. .,v;s GREAT SHOWI Snlarged, Improved and Reortanfard for th Seaaon tf 1602, will Bxhlbltat COLtUBCS,' Til a radar and Friday. Auguat i4ia and I6a. IIBWAfK. ... Saturday, Auguet 18th. ZANB8TILLE, - . Monday, Auguat 18th. . '" . . ,..1 Oj which occasion! The American Humorist Will pciltlvely appear and talk, and Introduce th Wonder of the Age, THE BLIND HOUSE, EXCELS10K JB, Viitt appearance In thla Standard BstablUhment ol the Young, Pretty and Gifted I MAD'LLE ROSA SEIGMST; The Tf gllonl of Iho Oorde Tendue. auguste"seigris r, Will appear In the Antipodean leeta of Atlai. THE INFANT BLONDIN, TjiQ, Fotito Qoigrrist, uaa auo been ie:ured. MR. CHA8. REED, Whhu oiucceeifully Impersonated the myaterloui I uieinawa.Liiia ux Anaanaexpoeedtnenilarep retentation, will appear In hie Oieat 1 . . - Champion Pirouette Aot. i : ... Th Modern Phaeton. P. U. ROSSm, will ride, onTV ana manage biz noriea. xne uamea 01 th Our rieulum will be given In an original aud iranhia Bin. ner, Intro JaclDg ihe wonderful Uymnaiti, the Trawalla vroinera, niuLian luunu. toe intrepid performer oa JKcnen reriiieue,and WILLIAM WALKER, on . the Cloud Bwlog. . The maguiasent apectacle of the Field of the Golden Banner, oa DAN RICE'S DREAM OF CHIVALRY! The Ooniic Conceit 'of the BBAR AND 6ENIINBL, uu iu ruoiirg Auestnan rarce or in , FBBSOBMAM AT TUB LITBRY STABLE 1 Will b oontrlkuted by way of developing th reaourcoi -of thla Inetltutlon ahllat to ploia th llitl people, THE PCW AND MONKEYS! Will be foithuomlog, together with Dan Bice's peta, the . .Panclsg Dog. '-Leger," riaered Goat of Syila, and the COMIC MULE8. OALM0N MSNIERhatbefn placed at the Bead of the Orchestral department, and will furnlih tuperloi iwuHv, iuu vj pie eiiver uornoi nana. Doors open at it and 7 o'clock. , Performance! to com meneoatSX and7)f o'olock. lukl or AliMtmoi,. Boxea. $5 rent.. Hammd seaU is Onibloned Circle, 50 oents. ,. Children under 10 feat for every body. Bi'.B--,.028,1 ' ' .J.t, WARNER, Director of Publication. ' 1 . Genera I Aamt. . . ( tdkwitt OLQSIHO OUT BALE). SILK Mantilla, Basques and Circulars. . . Puffed Scarf Mantillas. , ,' i : i f rucbLar Mantillas, Scarfs and Points. J ; At aa uamen reduollon In nrlea. PeraoH wlahlng to purobae will And this an excellent opportunity io aeear. slot.ant garmeaU at unuaually low rnoee ... i . , . i i. iv , - BAIN It BON, JuneS No. 39 South nigh Btreet Closing; Out Sale at Great Bargains. T AWNS, Borages, Organdies XJ Traveling Drese-Ooodi. Paraaoli, Cblsutes, Ginghams. BAIN BON, JuaB; i o. av sou1 oath Ulih Street. TtflSStSt LONG WHITE ENGLISH iXJL. vui'xun hubs, garter above tn anee. . r .. Oenl' Ootloa Btocklng aaJ halt hoee. . ' Sent' Bumaur Under Garauot. j idles' Cisutc Under YeeU. ' . . ' Beit and newest shapes I Boop Skirts. " BAIN a SON, ' i Jun8 South High ltiet Kljt 8)o Statesman FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8, 18C3. TELEGRAPHIC. Reported for the Ohio Statesman. THE LATEST NEWS. McMinnville and Liberty, Tenn., Occupied by Federals-Guerrillas Dispersed. NaiariLLB, Aus. 5. Gen. Neliou oocuDkd MoMiunvllle oa Hatnrdav with six thousand troopa. The nbol Forit fled oa hit approach, leaving forty atraggleri to fall Into our band. The rebel Morgan was not there. ,. r or est uioppoied to beat Hnarta wlta two thonnand cavalry. - " Trantportatloo between Milrfroeaboro and MoMinoville la opeu for iho Uoioolsii. , The telegraph line la being ereoted between the two poind. Uen. neitley arrived at Columbia ? eatcrdav. He dispersed a large concentration of Guerrilla! at W llltamiport, twelve mllei front Culutnbla, Sanday evening, oaptn'lDg a number. " .' ' uapi. juuud, oi me l eanesaea troops, put to flight a gang of Guerrillas near Bigpvsvllle, a few miles from Columbia. Guerrillas Bear there have been attempting to ooncentrate for some time. The utmost vigilance Is required to prevent them. ' Liberty la oooapled bt United States troops. Cotton has been burned In considerable auau- tltlea near Columbia. The Tennessee and Alabama Railroad from Colombia to Nashville wag never more iccure. morgan ii suppoaed to be at Kooxrille. - From Sperryville, Virginia. Wasbinotos. Aue. 6. Late advices from Bperryvllle atate that a deserter from the 7th Virginia oavalrr had come Into the llnei, baring lett Gordoasville last Saturday. Ho eajs there it a very large force at Gordonsvllle and Siand- ardsvllle; that relnforeemeote are atrlving dally ifom omu norm una ooam, ana mat it la their intention to attack Pone, whlD blm if thev can. and then fall npon MoClellan. - ibe moat advanoed brigade of Gen. SIcel's corpe ii uow autwistlog entirely npon the enemy. ' . A still later dlspatoh, dated SDerrvvlllo this morning, says: Col. Robluion, Provost Marshal, received orders to-day to eend one hundred and lorty citisens of Hperrvville and surrounding country, who will not take the oath, beyond the lines of cur army. ' From Sperryville, Virginia. The Steamer Golden Gate Burns- 200 Lives Lost. Sam Faanoisco, Ane. 7. The 'steamer Gol den Gate, which sailed hence on the Slei of July, took fire twelve miles off Manzinllla, on the Paoifio coast, and burned to the water's edge. Abont two hundred lives were lost. It Is thought the treasure will be saved, as the boat was beaohed. Rumored Murder of Gen. Robert L. McCook. Cinoinnati, Aue. 7 A disoatcb to the Com. mercial from Decherd. TeDn..evs Gen. Robert L. McCook was murdered day before yesterday, while rldioa in bis ambulance in advance of bis brigade. Burnside at Acquia Creek. Niw Yosx. Aoe. 7. The Exoreas savs Gen. Burnslde's dlviiluc is reported, es at Acquis crock, on the Potomao, a few miles from Fred ericktburg, which will be one of the points of sdvance toward Riohmond The division Is reported as considerably reinforced. From the Peninsula. H EADQ0A1TBI4 AkMT OP THE PoTOMaO, An gust 7. At Milvern Hill everything was quiet during yesterday. It was reported last night by deserters and contrabands that the rebels bad been moving fiom the vicinity of Richmond ail day In large force toward Malvern Hill, with a view of retaking that position. Three thousind exchanged prisoners arrived yeVerday afternoon from Ricbmoud. Those belonging to this army snd fit to do duty were sent to their regiments. The others will leave for the North to-day. There was no truth in the statement that this army is used to protect rebel property, as re ported. . i .., Occupation of Malvern Hill. Fortress Monroe, Aug. 6 A large number of Union prisoners are expected down from Richmond to-day. It is understood Corcoran and other Federal officers will soon be released. The reconnoluacoe of Mnndv ni ffiit tdatiltdt1 favorably. The fight tasted two or three hours. We now occupy Malvern Hill with a sufficient force to hold and earrv nn n h.e nUn, Th. public will be satisfied with the activity of the riuy ui me rowmN lur a lew aays to come. rh..A I . . .Li. .'It n ... -ur iub at law ariiuery 3gQl On- Ualvern ill was onlv twentv kill Pit anri nnrH. TK. position Is considered of great importance. Scouting Party Surprised by Rebels. vAiRD, August i. Aavices lrom Helena re port that on Saturday a scouting party of sev enty five Federals was lurprised by five hundred ol Hindman'a men and badlvent nn, ! ta,. ty are said to have eeoaped. rortyoi Jen. inompson's men were captur ed while attempting to cross the river near the town of Austin v The recent nublicatlon of Gnnant P:iln'. letter to bis brother in regard to the slaves of the former renders Interesting the fsot that Gen. Curtis has freed all the negroes in question, numbering two hundred and seventy-five. - ruiow naswee plantations nesr Helena, in which all moTitle property has been confidest ed. Curtis has freed at Heltma about two thousand slaves, chiefly those who worked on Forts Pillow and Donelson. -' ....... Morgan again in Kentucky. LooiaviLLE. Ana-. 7 Tha a romor of Morgan's advance Into Kentucky, and bis capture of Burkesville, with an itv oreased force of cavalry, expressing determi nation of marobing to the basks of the Ohio. Military circles here disbelieve the whole story. The Guerrilla, Quantrell Again. fin Tnflvvar Ma in. R a n.il. - I- Leavenworth reports the guerrilla leader Quan- ereu passed a aesoenaing s'eamer sunaay even lag, and orossed with fifteen hundred men to this side of the river. The military authorities of Ft. Leavenworth hearing oi the capture of the steamer and not knowing Quanlrell'e strength, Bfintnnil lillndril mn iln.n iaI.Imh.h1 Mm. all ui wuum ue loos prisoners ana tnen marotiea on aud captured Liberty, Colonel Penoock hav ing previously evacuated that nlace and asoaned with his command. An additional force of four companies, will a battery or artillery, was des patched from Fort Leavenworth yesterday morn ing, to operate against Quautreli. , No Passes to Army of the Potomac. teniae. Washington, Aug. 7. Numerous "annUo lions have been made for passes to tbe army of tbe Potomac, bat they are Invariably refused. II Is tbe request of Gen: McClellan that private visitors be exoluded from his lines ' All the sick are to be removed thence, therefore the friends of many of ths patients can not urge wo necessity oi tneir presenoe tnere (or nursing purposes. ,, Murder of Gen. McCook Confirmed. 1 Deceaed, Tmm., Aug. 7. Gen. Bob McCook was murdered by a party of guerrillas August Bjb, while riding a abort distance Iq advance ot aim Drigaa m an ambulance. Captain Hunter brook, aid-de-camp, was token prisoner. m r ' St- Lodis, Aoe. 7. Bflir. Gn: DManri L turned command of the district of 8a. r.,,i. m. day- Col. Merrill, formerly the commandant ot mis aistrioi, aas ceen commissioned a Brig. General, and will leave for North Mionnri h.i. afternoon.where he will direct operations against guerrillas. Ala meeting of the Mer chant's Union Ex change this noon, resolutions were passed clos ing business houses at four P. Mi for the pur pose of drilling and organising loyal elthsens for military service, and requesting the propsr au thorities to cause suspension of baslatsi through out the city after that hoar, for like purpose. Great War Meeting in Washington. ' WAiHiROTOKAug. 6-e-At the war meeting here to-day Ex Governor Boutwell made an effective speech. Ia the oourse of his remsrki he said: To save the Government slavery mast die; the war will last as long as slavery unless you take It by the throat. If yoa declare with courage that slavery shall cease, 1st it be your war cry; Appiauie.j He was suooeededoy-Leonldss Sweet, of I 111 aols. who spoke la praise of what . Illinois bsd done to crash tne. rebellion, speaking oi tne traitors In Washington, be said: waere your bearta are, mere your oodles snouia t also. General Hnepley, Military Uovernor of Louis lana, then spoke. He, among other things, al luded to the planting and defsnse of the Stsrs and stripes in tne so-called seoeded states. A long rope and a short shrift in New Orleans tells the fate of a man who dares pull down the Amerioan nag, wniob. In Louisiana is dsiended by men from Ihe green bills of Vermont, the pine wood of Maine, and the shores of Massa chusetts Bit i and they will earry with them some lessons which hare been handed down from the Rock of Plymouth, , and from the Declaration of Independence and the Articles of Confederation, wblob came over la the May fbwer loisous of a permanent character whlob the men ol the North might well read hereafter lor tbeir good. Applause and laughter. ne knew of ouly one issue, and that was to put down the rebellion. He would separate the sheep from the goats: everything belonging to tbe enemy to be contraband, to be used against blm . If there was one weed of treason in tbe city, as bad been stated, let it be plucked out. His remarks throughout were appianded. Gen. shields said cheers and resolutions will never whip the secessionists and put down the rebellion we must do more than this. We must do away with old party divisions, and anile in a great oommon cause against men, women end children who are smitten wltb the infernal madueos of rebellion. If we onn only throw one hundred thousand fresh men Into tbe Bold, we can crush the rebellion now and for ever. What we want, as was said on a mem orable ocoaaion during tho Mexican war, Is "a little more grape." Excessive laughter and applause Hon. Robert J. Walker briefly expressed his views. Hon. Richard W. Thompson, oi Indiana, fol lowed. . Senator Harlan said he thoueht McClellan had tbe military power to maroh upon Richmond at the time be ordered the retreat to James river. He believed, however, that that officer did what be deemed beat for tbe Interests of the country. Mr. Harlan advocated the employment of ne groes to put down tbe rebellion. He did not sue wby black men should be exeniDt from the bur dens of this war. ' Gen. Carrlorton of the District of Columbia. said the best speeches were for young men to shoulder tbeir musket and offer their eervioes to the country, and for tbe old men to put tbeir hands Into their pockets and contribute money io aoiray toe expenses or tne war. Hon. Jas. T. Rollins, of Mo., reviewed the history of the rebellion. He differed from Mr. Harlan In regard to the conduct of the war. . Mr. Close. Senator from Va.. nrred tha ra- peopleing of that 8tate by emigration from tbe norm. The meeting then adiourned amidst enthusi astic cheers for the Union. WatHINOTOM. AU2. 6 Gen. Caaev la hate. It is expected that he will be ulaccd on tha retired list. ' Brig. Geo. Canby is relieved frjtn duty in New Mexico, and ordered to report to tho Sec retary ot War in person. Brig -uen. biiiott is relieved from duty in the army of the MiesiealppI, and ordered re port to Gen. Pope. BoTON. Aue.. 6. The 33d rofflment. Col Marei, will leave for tha seat of ante nn Mnn. day, and tbe 3s, b on Tuesday; both go with full ranks and splendidly equipped. New York, Aug. 7 About 50 or 60 ner cent, of the gold on board tbe Golden Gate was injured in London. Wabuinqton. Ane. 7 A nn!ial t.t fl, Pnat z o - -r - . w. ays uov opraguo nas arrived here, it Is re ported he comes to consnit with the President in regard to the enlistment of a negro regiment. The Treasury Department bas already re oeived criers lor the new postage stamp cur rency to tne amount nr C1UU U 1. Tl.u now stamps will be ready In a week or two. BnaTnw. Annnat 7 Tn r t - www.wi.ubB rr.wj iui request of many citizens, Governor Andrew has authorized tha organization of a 8oslou regi ment for the war, to consist of ten oompaoies or rifles and a battery of artillery. Lieutenant ColOfll RttpholflF. nf tha 13th M.m ' I " V -w.u WH.H.VUUBDItO Ib to be the Colonel, aud the Governor suggests mat toe regiment do mainly omcered from sol diers DOW In tha Mild, aha h.n .nJ ik. right for promotion for gallant service. ueurge i.udi, eauor oi tne Boston uourier, announces his interest in that paper for sale. The second hattallnn nf Infant.. Rn.tnn T( gers, are to be increased to a regiment for nine ,k . . J T .. .. i . . uiuuiuB nervive. . tasjur j, u noiorook is to 06 th Colonel. A geoenil desire is expressed that the whole Uiilitiftof Massachusetts be organized. KmlnnJ and held in readiness for tbe call of tbe Gov ernment. -The neonllianm rlotnrmineil tn malrA the war a special business until a peice is con- NEW YORK, August 7. [From San Francisco, August 6.] To Wm. L. Hahey: . . ,. 1 was saved from tbe burnins shlo bv lashlotr myself to tbe forecastle -ladder and iumoiotr overboard. I pissed under tbe port wheel while under way, and received serious injury; was picked up by the ship's boat and remained in it twenty hours before reaching Macztnilla. Poor Flint was lost. Will return overland. Tele graph to my family tbout my safety and health. (Bigoea; MEJNJ. HOLLIDAY. The gentleman la of the firm of Hollldav Sl Flint, ownera of the California and Cveson steamship line. Edward Flint, formerly of Mew York, went out In February, 1861 He left a wife in this city. He was a middle aged man. . . Resisting the Draft. Cairo, Aug. 7 A rkirmlsh took nlace vea- terday near Point Pleasant, Mo., between oiti- sens and State troops, io which It Is reported mat ssverai were killed on both sides. It seems the citizens banded themselves together to resist toe enrollment not. Troops bave been sent from New Madrid to enforce the law since the collision. Caieo, Ane. 6 Com. Davis and Oen. Curtia are bere to consult with tbe Department at Washington iu regard to future movements ot tne army or tbe Southwest and the Mlrsii slppt flotilla. In future theri will be concert of action between ihem. . .. Shanton, Pa., Aui. 7. -An immense war meeting was held bere last night. Tbe speak ere were Hon. G. A. Grow end Hon. W. W. Keichsm.i The neighboring; towns of Dun more, Providence and Hide Park, sent delega tions, beaded by bands of musio, eto, . The greatest enthusiasm was manitested. une hundred and niteen men enlisted bere np to 9 o'olock this morning. Thev refused to take tbe bounty. The Fight near Memphis. Memphis, Accost 4 The fieht on Sundav afternoon between a Federal recounoltertng par ty and the rebels was a small affair. About one hundred and fifty of the latter were surprised in the vicinity of Moonev oreek and fled at tbe first fire. Six or aeven were killed and several Wounded, " Pursuit of the Steamer Herald. WaaHinoToit,- Aug. 7. Capt. Gansevort, of tbe Adirondao, bas Informed the New Depart ment of tbe facts attending tbe recent pursuit oi tne steamer nemo, represented by ttaisau papers to be British weasel. ; This pretense afforded as opportunity for the expression of in dignation against tho alleged outrage by tbe American cmoer, irons wooee statement It ap Seart that the Herald had been running from iassau to Charleston, with warlike aoppllea, and woe returning to Nassau with cotton. She was commanded by a man named Coxietter, who was formerly Ueptain oi tbe privateer Jeff. Davis. The chase, however, was not continued within BrttUh Inrlsdlotlon. 1 ' Tbe statement additional! confirms the fnot that the British flag Is systematically need to auvanos eeotseioa uterests. War Meeting in Boston. Boston, August 6. A great war meeting was held here this evening, lion, Edward Everett was the principal speaker, and made an elcquent and pttrlotlo address, strongly denouncing any Idea of giving np tbe oontest. Ho might once bare been In favor of a peaceful separation, but that time bad passed, and now tbe Union mast be restored at whatever cost. Boston, Aug. 7. Gov. Andrew hss granted permission to tbe Independent cadets aud tbe 4:h battalion of Infantry to form tbe nucleus of two new regiments for nlno months' service. COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Market. [REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN] NEW YORK, August 7. barrel! at (0 87190 e7f. Pearli-dull and nominally unonanirea. 1LOUR Moderate demand, and market eeoerallv without decided changes aslee of 10.000 bbla at S4 5'i4 SlOfonuperfine state; IS 30(35 40 for extra etate; t 95 OS 10 for superfine weitern; S3 303)3 45 for oommon to medium extra western; 15 SOfiiS 05 for common to food ehipplog brands extra round hoop Ohio; 15 7538 S3 for trade oranae, market cioeing quiei. CANADIAN PLOUB The market le unlet and aletde: salee of MQ barrels at 15 3XSi SI) for oommon and A5 45 (00 35 (or good to choice extra. Kim VLOOB-Quiet and eteady, with sales at 13 75 4 25. OOHN MEAL In falrreaueet with aalei of 600 bbla at S-) wwi so lor Jersey and Brsndywine, and S3 30 for uaiono. WHISKY The market IS firmer, with aalea of BCO barrele at SOo- WflBAT lo better With a falrtXDOrt demand: uln af 23 000 bueheli Chicago aprlog at 11131 0; 5!),000 nuineie uiiwausee emo at SI itf'Sli vt; 4i!,000 buiuela unsound do at 11 1491 1J, Dd 4 'J .000 buth amber Iowa atitl vst vo; 4,0(10 tuih amber Green Bay at SI 27, 16H; 19,600 buih winter red weitern at ai iiOdil 34: 0,500 bush amher nlcblgaa at SI 37 1 7 fll'O bush white micmgan at f I JU'Sl 40, aud I3,uu0bush white Iudiana at sua HYB Quiet, wltb lalea at 703t7do for western, and 83 (Oinoc tor state. BARLEY Dull and nominal. M ALT There were sales of 10 000 Lathals 1 ,rlic niM.lt ate I 10. PEEAS-Steady, with sales of 3,0' 0 buab at e5o, aod 3,000 do at 90o. nHSNd Ws notice tale! of 300 barrcli mp.ll.'m t,n. attsos. COHN The market le a ehade firmer, wlih a ar.nA .in. mand for export and horn consumption, lb sale were 158.000 bnsh at 57(351; fr.r mnminLi ...,.,, 54W56e for eaatern; 5053c for uowund, and 63c for uvimwnicm wnne. OATS Heavy, with aalea at 453!fli fnr Jnp r.. ada, western and state. COrrBE Bio more active and tho innrVnt rnl.s firm. eaiee oi a.wni uns on private terms. BLOAK The market for raw la heavy and lower; the deollne being fully Mo on New flrleui s. The foreign sales Include S.Sfi'J hogshead! at 88Xo for Cuba. 8Hc for Porto Kloo, 8llc for New Oileani. Included In salee are 1,830 hogthe.ds New Ootleam at auollon at 8K (4HI.o,on three aud four months. MOLASSES Quiet and steady. Bales of 10 thdi Porto Klco at 45;, and lOhhds CuU muicovaUoat 34o. Closing firm. PORK More active and firmer, sales of 8.400 barrels at Ell lilKU2i for mess; 111(411 S3 forprure men; and 9 75 for prime. liKKg Tbe market rules quite firm, with a moderate buslnees doing. There were eiles to-day of J0 barrels at (5 5i7 for country prime; H 00310 75 for country ess; U 0013 75 for repacked mess; 113 0014 50 for extra mesa. PU1MI MKX8 BEKf-Ths market rules dull snd nomioal at $10320. BEES Dild Market dull and without any material Chtnge. CDX MEATS In little better demand and very firm. Ba'ee of 430 packages at 34o foriUoolders and in 0io for hams. BaOON ilDK8-Qu!et. with sales of 100 hues short cltar middles at 7o. LAUD Quiet; the maiket cloelnO with snrcely so much firmness. Bales of 450 barrels at eXdOkc, tho litter au extreme price. BOTTEE celling at 1015e for Ohio, aud 10(18c for State. O UEEBB-Th market active and firmer, wltb sales at Money Market. [TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] NEW YORK, August 7. supply money Is abundant and rates easy at 43.5 per oent. discount ror loana en call. Prime Paper Is quit steady at 5 (J per ceot. dis count. ioSuTio? "i0' dn"- Banken' bills are quoted at Ameriran Gold opened firm at 14V 14 arid oLsid dull at lSjgtlSX. OallforoU gold bars dull at 15X 15.K per ccat. pre mium. lv uiuiB,. uaueu duih sixes ?SJ United States 7 3 10 Treasury Notes New York Stock Market. [TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] NEW YORK, August 7. OtOvk active atld hither. r,h(rrn anil Wnlc Til.nrf vni norw.cn ana Worcester 4'.'K. Milwaukee and Prairie du Chein Snd preferred 74 ; Cleveland and Toledo 43); Illinois Central scrip 58; Michigan South- cru giurameea ; amencan Ucld 114ali4i; Pacific Mail 110; New York Central ViX; Hudson 45H; narlem ll.Villailem preferred 38; Sliohiitan Central Oi;j; Pltu burg, Port Wayne and Chicago 1st bonds Mi V. 8. sixes 1881 coupons 98V; California se.'ets U; Brook lju water loan t00; Indiana and tlichlgan 80; Illinois Central ecrip 58X; Terra liaute and Wauh 3d boods 69; Erie 4th bonds SOU: Bel. L. at. W. nil: nin. .nri Chicago C8tf; Clevelaudand PltUburgSl; Erie do preferred 64; Ole. eland It Toledo 48; Treasury notee 7 3-10 10ux103; Little Miami 106; Michigan Eouthern 87: Mlchixan Southern lennit Bri 31 bonds 91 : Pittiburir. Fort Vint Ik Ohir Ban OA Kniirla -i.i vnicago a norm Yi eatern 1st 30X, do 2J 98; do S3S0rtd bond! 47: Clevelund tlnlnmhn. .n.l Cincinnati 117; Panama 135; Missouri sixea 47; Ten- Bcsaen iiacs oi; ascin ana Sliiwauke llSJf; United States C's 1881 coupons 98;: Registered 88; Chicago, Burlington Qulncy 7S); Milwauk e and Prairie du Chlen 33; Ilelaware and Hudson 95; Chlrago and Indiana io, wuusa siana nvea lev conponi siii ; Reading 50 Cincinnati Market. CINCINNATI, Aug. 6. PLODB The deniand la xood and nricei firmer, fin perlloel(B4 10, and extra S4 lo ISO; fancy brines 14 30S4CO. . WHioKY A fair demand and tbe market firm Balei of 1,100 barrels at aiX2So, tie latter rate for wagon. L4KU uood demand at BXe. BI10DLDKRS In demand at 3a. In hnlV. and JL'p fnr smoked and paoked. ilAMs In good demand at 8XI0o fur lugarcuied, and 7x7Xo for common. OR00ER1K3 A dull market, and the business doing wuuun w .unjoooiDg trau. BUUAK At VI10C. MoLABBES AI 50fik5o. C0SPEB-82(a23wo. WHEAT Xh demand for fnima mnl, nnntt.nefl good, fully up to tho offerings, and the market Is firm at full prices, the lower grades are dull and difficult to sail. We quote prime red at 76te0c: Ohio and Indiana white at 7tXe)0o, and prime to oboice Kentucky white at 90& 95o. Th sales mad Dublin vera 700 hn.hnl. nrimo Kentucky white at 90o, delivered; S50 do do do do at 89j KHi ao gooa ao do at fo; 300 do prime do doat94)tc, delivered: C50 do fair do do at 86n: 300 dn maad InHlanA whit at 81o; 175 do prim red at 81o, and 1,100 do do do at 80c. OOHN There Is a Oood Inaulrvfor Immediate dellverv at37(S38o, but for lota to arrive buyer are not willing to pay more than 35c. The sales were about 5,000 bush at our qu4tatlons. oats we have no change to report in th market; mi aemsnu continues rair atixoenta, in duik. There were sales of S.500 bushels. In bulk, at 42c: 300 bushels In sacks at 42ta, aud 500 do do at 44c sacks In both cases returned r RYE Th receipts contlnbes llrhtwlthan aotive de mand, ana prices are tenaiun upward; euslsireely offer ed for prime samples, on arrival; but owing to Its tear olty o3(3o5o la demanded. oARLBi There ia a fair amount of the new eron of, feting and It meets with a ready sale at 72375c for lair to prime fall. MALT Is soiling in tt large way at 1 00(31 03 for prime to choice fall. HAY The supply and demand ars about equal; and the market rules steady at ll(U for loose and 913(3) it ror tigns prearad, on arrival. CHEESE The market la unchanged and steady. Ws quote selected W. R. at So. twiTER in demand tor tbe best grades (s good and the supply being llzht full prices an realised l the low er grade are In fair shipping demand. Wa quote prime to cnoire at imiM; rair to good at txsoc, and common tek(7c. Enquinr. WUlltMn Oill f COWirCBVH OHIO) AGR1CU1TUKAL WAKEHOUSb f And Seed Store, '.i ) i 'i Hr. ealee m i ; i GENERAL HARDWARE, NATXa, GLASS. BASH, PTJTTY, C0RDA01, Gmhi, PI a to la, WetdA wtliotay ware, attnanl Eubbar Boltlog, Ism tathar, Ho and alng. abl-dly .1 ! ELEGANT 1IAIH NETS, r IRE AD snd Trench Lace Tells, Point Laos Collars and Sets, i ktalUt Lac OoIIats, . , . '. ' ,' Just epsned. r ... , t M. (9 Boath HlghStreet. ., Mil - . , . ..u BAIM 4a SON IP LEO AST THREAD LACE HITS, is Point Lao Collars. ' A . tins Pari! fan. ' "' ' ' BAIN BON, J oneS 9ft South High Stmt. ill" 1 . . Sheriffs Sale. aeo.W. IlrtlUd, ) ftBn,rlr0,;, urt of Prauklia Co. A, J. Moore, , tal T VIHTUKOr'A WltlT I I. t A. TO XJ me directed from tbe Superior Court of Franklin Oounty, Ohio, I will oiler for sal at publlo suctioa at meuooroi us vourmouio, in tne city or Columbus, ou Saturday, the Gib day of Sept., A. D , 18C3, at ons o'clock, P. M , Uie following deacribel real e rate, situate In Prankllo Oounly, Ohio, to-wlt: Inlots Nos 45, 4d, 47 and 48. in th Town of Keynoldsbursr, wiih th privileges and appurtenar.ee,. Also 101 seres of land In JeOerson Township, being pert of the fourth section, Township one, rang sixteen, United State Military utnus, Beginning at (lie souinweat eorner or aaia section ; Ibenceeaaton th aeotlonal line fifty ehaln and fifty links; thence north twenty ohalnat thence west fifty ehalna and fifty links, to th aectlonal line; thence south with saia line twenty chains to tbs beginning, Appraised ai roiiows: ., lot No. 45 at $400 m. " " Stint SO 00. " ' 47 at 30 00. M " 48 at 30 00. Tho 101 acres of ltnd at S50 00 per acre. - GKOROH W. HDFPMAN, Sheriff. Printer'! fees 4.50. Julj27-ltdiwtd- J ' , ' . Sheriff's Sale. tieorge Ooodilch et al.) Sui,erlor Oiurt of Prankllo vs county, Ohio. , Jeremiah Smith et al. ) . . Bale In partition. rit PIJItSCANCE OF AN OKDEH Ot L th said Court to me directed. I will offer for th door of the Court House, In the elty of Columbus, Saturday, tbe 9th day of Auguet, A. D 18t?; at one o'clock, P. It., the following described real estate. to wit: . . One hundred and fir acres off of the southwest quar ter of section (10) townshlo (21 ranir Mill nf th. m. propriatcd lands in th military district In Plain town ship, Pranklin oounty, Ohio. Bald 105 acre le to be soki euojecc to uie dower of Anna Bmllh (widow of iienry Smith, deceased), which dower ha been assigned Appraised at (20 00 per acre Termi of Bale On third of the pnrcKaie none oald on day of sale, on third iu one Tear and ana tnir.t in two years, bearing Inters, t from day of sale, with mott- gaire on premises to secure deferred payments. w. m uuu,!.,, attorney, 0. W. HUFFMAN, r. t , . . ...' ia,riB 'rsnkllB Co. 0. Prinler'a feee, $5 25. July 3-dlttd Master Commissionor's Sale. Chariei 8. Doll, vs. , ) Doe. 3, page 165 Superior Oou-t, Pranklin William' Bobertjou County, Ohio. BT ,YJK fVK WF ' OfESlKR Of TH K said Court to tne dlrecte.1. T win ,.-,.. pur.llc auciion, at the door of the Court House, lo the oily of Columbus, ou Saturrhy, the 9(h d ty of August, A D. 1862, at one o'clock, p. m., tho following dmotlbed real es tate, sltuute in the county cf Pranklin, snd Btat of Ohio, to wit; BelDi the east half af tits smith hnir nf int n. .i. hundred and thirtj-aeven (11371 s ltiit nn t), nn.th.t corner of fourth street aod L'tn ill y, In Ihe cttr of Co- inmrus, Ohio. Appraised at $000 00 GSORHts W. IIUPPMAN, rheriif asd Maater Commissioner. Printer's fees 85 85. July 3-diittvU Sheriff's Sale. John Geary St Bon. TS. J Thocts Ferguson, J Franklin county Common Pleas. BY VIII i liF. OsV AN OlIDEK OF SiAJLE to me directed from tha Uourt at Dnmmnn Plans nf Eraoklin county, Ohio. I will offer for aala at nnhlla auction at the door ot the Court House, In th city of vuiuumu,, isuio on , Saturday, toe 23 J day of August, A D 1862, at 1 o'clock p m., ihe following described real estate, situate in thecouuty of i ranklln, and Btat of Ohio, to mi Lot No. 15. In A. W. Brown's Addition nf nnt.inis called Waldeck. containing one acre more or less, as the earn is designn'ed nn the recorded plat of said Addition in the Recorder' office of said count. apprm.eu si j jau uu GCObQE W. HUVVMAN, Sheriff of Pranklin county, Ohio. Printer's fees, 5 25. ' July 15-dltfcwtd Master Connnissioner's Sale. Robert Uurn Urlffln Poc. 3 psge 153. (nrcrior Oourt of Prankllo county, Ohio. , v Nicholas narrint; ton etal I! PCHDAWCF. OS? AN OitUtit 0 theiai.l Conrt to me directed, I will oifer for sale at public auction, at tno door of ihe Court Ilouao in ihe city ul Columbus, ou Saturday, the 9.h day of August, A. D. 18C2, At one o'clock. P. M.,the followicir dcsurild real ea- uue, limine in traatnn county, unto, to w,U Lots ios lii) and (43), in the iowu of Alton, ai nor recorded plat of said town. Appralsetl, lot Co. 4!1, at S225 u " " 43, at 25 00 Q. W HUPFM AM, Sheriff, and Muster Ccmmissiocer Printer's fees S5 45. , juljO-dltawld. Master Commissioner's Sale. John Ualott l Superior Court vs I of Wm. Basluiw et al.) Pianklln county, Ohio. IN PdKiitJANCK OF AN OKDEUOF the said court, lorn directed. I will offer for, ale at publio suction at the door of ihe Court Ilouse in the city of Columbus, cn Saturday, tbs 231 diy of August, A. D. 1862, at one o'clock P. M., the following described real estate, snuaio id vrauKiin oounty, t.'U10, to will Inlot No. fonr (4) ia the town of llarruburg. In said Pranklin county. Appraised at fU75 00. 0. W. UUPPU AN, Sheriff, Printer's fees, S3 50, and Master Ccmmistioner. ull5-dlt;wtd Master Commissione-r's Sale. Allen O.hnrm.n, , guptlor Conrt flf tamio Lewi! Ileyi. et al. J yUIo IN PUtfWANCR OTA'S OltDEH OF Ihe aald Oourt to me directed, I will offer for sale at Publio Auction, at the door of tbe Court House, In tht Olty of Oolumboi, on I Saturday the 6;'u day of September, A.D 16G2, at one o'clock, P.M., the following described real estate situate In Franklin county, Ohio, to wit: - Tne west ball or a tract of Ave acres of land In half section twenty-ieveii, township See, and rang twenty two return lands conveyed to Lewis Hevl bv Conrad Heyl. bydeodd.ted Dtoember 18th, 1843, excepting a- narrow atrip nn tne west aioe tnereoi atterwards con veyed by said Lewis Heyl to William A. Piatt.- Appraised at 9500 por acre. G. W. HUPPMAN. Sheriff, ' and Master Commissioner. Printer's fees S3 50. July 80-dltwtd. Maater Commissioner's Sale. George Dsgue'i aJm'r VI. Martin Ewickard and wife Poo. P, page 363. Franklin Oounty Oommon Pleas- IK pursuano cf an order of the said Court to ni di rected, I will offer tor sale at pnblio auction, at the door ot the Oourt Honae, In the city of Columbus, on SiturO.y, the 10th day of August, A. D. 1862, Atone o'clock P. M., Uie following described real es tate, altuate in the oounty of franklin and Btat of Obio. bounded snd rfescribtd ss follows: Being a part of th second quarter of the first town ship and sixteenth range Dnited Btatee Military lands, beginning seventy four poles and 7 1-7 links west of the northeast corner of aald qnarfer; thence south one hun dred and twelve poles; thence west eighty poleo and 17 0-7 links; thence north one hundred and twelve poles to the north line of aaid quarter; thence east eighty polee 17 6 7 links to th beginning, containing fifty-six and one-hslf acres, being the same premises deeded by said Dagus aod wife to aald Swlckard. Appraued at E30 00 person. ii. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff, and Master Uommistiontr- Ii. J. CatTcnrnrLD. Att'y. Prtntar' fee 5 ItS. - JyB-dltwtd Superior Court of Franklin County TTENKY HPADI.EV formorlv of said XX county, will take notice that on the 84th day or July, A. D. 1SI18, Elisabeth Laidon, of said oounty filed her petltlou In said Pranklin Ooonty Superior Oourt, against laid lloadly, setting forth that tn consideration of a promise to marry oa tie pin oi laid plaintiff, asm Headley bat undertaken and premise to marry Slid plaintiff; but that aald I lead ley had failed and refused to lullll uld promise though a reasonable Mm bad (lapsed; anil though plaintiff wa ready and willing to ruini ner sua promise, runner mat raid Mean ley usa ureed to marry said plaintiff on the 5th dav of Ju ly. A. D. 1663, but then refused and has ever site refused to fulfil said agreement: by whicb refusal plaintiff Is damaged to tbe amount cf tea thousand dollars, for which amount ah claims Judgment. SaM Headley I notified that he r required to appear and answer said petition on or befor th third Saturday alter th Slh day of September next ..-:, i. , W. R. RamtlH, - . . . . -. ,' H. 8. CuiTTawDsw. ' Plaintiff's Attorney!. - . ; -. Columbus, July is3.1eOJ.-dit8w. SUPERIOR HOOP SKIRTS. rpilg Immovable Oliurp Iloop fiklrt. In Whit, Dark X and Maganta. xue most perfect Skirt yet intro duced by us, and . for durability unsurpassed. Ladies' and Missel ilsns - , , ;' . BAIN fe SON, - No. S Bouth High Si. Janlt f i ; flltMl IMPERIAL SDIBTS SAID TO BE A SUPERIOR SHIRT WARRANTED TO BE A GOOD FITTING SHIRT YOU WILL FIND THEM AN ELEGANT MADE SHIRT! the Ladies sat thev are A HANDSOME SHIRT! All who wear tbe article can find them at No. SSO & 253. Boutti HlRh at , IIEADLEV, EBEKLY '& RICHAIiDS. June!! ' Do you want Whiskers? Do you want a Moustache ? If , purchase ons bottle of E. E. CHAMPION'S EXCEUIOH mVICORATOR! The wcrld renowned Toilet the only artlcl of the kind erer ofTered the people of the Culled States. The abnvs artulo la th ouly one used by th Ptenob; In London ui iMiM tt is to universal use THE EX0118IOR Vhiskor Invigorator ! ! Is a Beautiful, aoonomlcal. Soothing, yet Stimulating Compound, acting as II by tnagle npon the roots, caus ing a beautiful growth ot luinriant beard. If applied to the sculp. It will cur Baldnm, and tf applied ac cording to directions, It will cause to spring op In he'd spot! a fine growth of rntsu, sow Bant . TBI CELEBRATED Excelsior Invigorator I Is sn Indispensable a-tide to every Gentleman'! Toirtt and after one week'i use they would not, for any consid eration, h without tt Th above article will, In from four to eight weeks, bring out a thickest of Watsxzaa or Mocstacbi. The eubacriben are th only Ag'ests for the above ar ticle in the United States. They won'.d also announce to the public thut they ars Agents for NAPOLEON'S HAIR TOILET 1 The only article ever offered to the Prencb peuplo that would Coal Strajuhi IUial the abov Toilet being manufactured for Uie sol benefit of Louis Napoleon" which article I now Indispensable to his toilet room. . The subscribers, feeling oonfldent that this Toilet must ueccuarily take the place of all other ever offered to the public, take pleasure iu eiprwslog their coofldenos is the article, gaining It from practical nse. 'J he Napoleon Hair Toilet Will Ccl BntAtoHr nat In Boft, Silken, Plowing CurU, that will remain io Shape for on day or one week, if desired, orans lonuor ocrinJ. tr ih M...,,.,r.. are strictly followed, which u, im .im.,i .n .... T1'A air Toilet does Lot in any minner interfere wltb the Aatural Soflntu of tU Hair. It neither scorches ' out giTes uie Lir a son, turllty anoear ancc. It a!.f prevents the hilr from falling of and oj- The Napoleon Hair Toilet iLl ttii Ufore tbe pnbllc bui s short time, and has al ready been tdtd by erer one thousand persons' and they testify tha the Napoleon HalrToilet la the greatest Co previ.t ihia Toilet from beiug counterfeited or 1m " . f."""110!1. M. ""?? " u not offer it for . vl , JJr l" tne United BUte. Therefore .1 . -,v.u wuo ociirca boii, ijuzuruuit uatr and Curl!, ai.d long, Boft Whlskera or Moustache, can procure the Invigorator or Toilet, either one for on avi.ii, uioinect. iu itucr, with thetr address. Addrt&i J. p. gpKNT St CO., , Boj 183, Colllnsville, . , , , Hartford Co., Ooun. A tid it will be oarefull; sent by return mall, febSJ-dtwdswIy EFFERVESCENT SELTZER APERIENT. jThii valuable and popular Medicine ha universally oetved the most favorable reormmendatlons of urn uisDicAi. rKortssioit and the Polio. as th most arricuxT amp aoueasi. SALINE APERIENT It may bensed with th best effeot in l?i.7iou and FtbrOc Diifu; Coiiiwm Sick Headache Nautea, hut of Appetite, Indigertion, Acidity et the Stomach, Torpidity of the Liver, Goaf, Rheumatic Affection, Gravel, Chut, K AU. OOHFLAIKTt Wasxa A Gentle and Coolinur. Aperient IurKative ia KeauireO. It is partl-uUrly adapted to the wants of Travelers by Sea Dd Land Residents In Hot Climates, Persons of Sedentary Habile, Invalids and Convalescents; Cantatas ?1 7JVu m nl"".' "1" " a valuable aduitioo to their Medical OhesU. . It ii ia the form of a Powder, catetully put up In bottles to keep In any climate, and merely require water poured upon it to produo a delightful efTervesoent beverage. Numerous ksUmooisla from professlooal and other geotiomen of the blght standing throughout tbe conn try, and Its steadily increasmg popularity for a rtes ol .uuugij, guuiuiiaa ite moaoy and valuable char acter, and oomaend it to th favorable notloe of an In telligent public. Munnllictured ODly by . . TARRANT & CO.. JSo. 278 Greenwich St., cor. Warren 8t Now "STorlac, AND POB SALE BT PRTJOGISTB GENERALLY. April 24, 1803-d Awly , , . Administrator's Sale. ;. i David 'Smiley, Jr., adm'r of) . David Bmiley, Br., 1 vs. f Maria Smiley, and others. J " ' THE UNDURSIGtVEO. A4mlnt.tr. X tor of th estate of David Bmlley, Ben., deceased, In pursuane of sn order of th Probata Oourt of Franklin oounty, and Stateof Ohlj, to him directed, will Mil at puotie Auction on uie premises, on Tuesdaj, the 9th day of September, 1862, at abont 1 o'olock of said day, th following described rcai esu., suusu tn ins oouaty or rmnklin, In said ptat os vnio, si-wn: ' a , Tb wool of Military Sumy No 5,844 for 81 acre, In th nam of William Powell, granted to James Tav lor, by patent dated Oct. 15. 1830, said survey being founded upon warrant Mo. Oris, andconreyed to David Bmlley. Sr.. by Jane Taylor and wifet by their deed dated March 3d, IrMtt, aa appear of record In Book No. S3, page 50 asd 51, In th boordr' offio of said franklin county. .t , Tb said real estat will be sold, frt sad clear ol dower. . Tiaks or Saue. One-third of the Dnrchasa m finer to be paid on tbs day of sale; tb balance la two equal an nual payments, with Imere.t, payable annually, and to be secured by mortgage on the premises. ' Appraiacu at f m pr acre. DAVID 8 MI LET, J., ' " ' AdmlDiitrator of David Smiley, Sr., deceased. ' asgwdttwtd. ? PURE WINES. :J; purs; BRANPIE3. ; . PUR! WHISKIES.,. ' wot mediebaal purposes, for sal by ' . r '4 ia" j ui v- WM. H. RESTIEAOX, r GEirril mBB'P'HBKINO VPJDSBl 4ARMENT8, '- i- ' 1 i -.. BAI5 BOM. Dr. WE B. BTCTKD'S JDEIITAL CEf-lECIES ... : ; h WORLD. THE BEST IN THE urcaiMs KS1 T1ETB ft A SWEET E2EAT2?, a eoaiwa TOOTHACHE & NEURALGIA ; ii t . ; . 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