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Showing the arrival and departure ef trains at Oolnm bos. On end after Jam 3d,lt.t, txalui Will leave u fob vivai Lirru Hum k OtLcitiDt Xnru B. B. Leav.s. Arrlvss. Cincinnati iocommodtllon. 5:20 A. Hf OtSS P. M. vmj akow ...li.au a. Ja 1UUU A. sa Mali 4; 10 P.M. 110 P.M. Nlgbt Express, via Dayton, 18:00 midnight. fcJOA, M Jm. W. Dohxrtt, Agent Ooicusus k Outiudo B. B. Mlitht Express 4:00 A. M. 11:10 P. M New York Express 1110A.M. 11:00 A.M. 0,0 0 Way Express.... 3:40 P. M IOiIIP.M James Pattwiom, Agent. OumuiOmoB. B. No. 3 Express 8:50 A. M. 11:45 P. If, No. 4 Express to NoWsrk.U:IO A. M. 11:10 A. U No. S Express 3;3J P. U. W. J. Pell, Agent, PlTTUUMB, OoLTSISOS At OwoumiTi B. B. Mall Train 3:50 A. M. 11:49 P. M ipfess Train I1:10A.H. 11:10 A. M Jos. BoniMos, Agent, Ouinwici a Ihduhofolu, k. H. (Oolmuiis Pio.ua fc Ix-nuna B. B.) No. 1 Express 8:10 A. M. 10:40 A. M, mo. si " 3:00 g, af. 4:50 P. M Jno. W. Hill, Agent. 144 RUBIA MILLS. 144 144, Greene Street, New York Cltr. GOVERNMENT COFFEE Put op In tin foil Pound papers, 48 In a bos, and In bulk. Onr prices range from 8 to 30 otntj. We put up tlio following kind: Jm, Maracaibo, Sap, Rio, Bio and Buptnor . cone. We believe our Coffee to bo Setter than anj ground Coffee now In lie, All ordere addreieed to oi, or to our Agenti, Henri. Place a Tooxo, 183 Chambers treet, eor. Washington itroet, New York Oitr, and Mtun. PoLtian a Doans, 189 A 191 South Water treet, Chicago, III., will receive prompt attention. TABEH, TOWLIJ PLACE. iep35-d3mli WM. II. RESTIEAUX, (BC00B880H TO MoKll RBBTIBAUX) No. 106, South High Street, DEALER IN GROCERIES, PRODUCE PROVISIONS Foreign and Domestic Fruits, LOUR, SALT, LIQUORS, ETO. 8TORACE & COMMISSION r Jiyi S. C. HAMS, WHITE WHEAT FLOUR, RED WHEAT FLOUR, S. C. SODA, SAL. SODA, CREAM TARTAR, GREEN AND BLACK TEAS, RIO AND JAVA. COFFEE, WOODEN WARE, CORDAGE, ETC., ETC For tale by wn.Lninura,' 105 Booth High street. leg. M-tf. Fresh Peaches! Fresh Peaches t Received Daily, For Sale To y WM. B. BBBIIIATJX, 106 loath High I treet. Sept 16-tf ' J. G. Bull. R. y. Nelrwender. BULL & NEISWENDER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. -OFII0E- In Johnson Buildino1, No. 107 South High Streot, Oolxuubua, OHiOa Will. promptai attend to all builneia entrueted to their oare. Bald B. P. Nelswender la alio prepared to obtain Pensions, 9100 Bounty, and Pay of Arrearage due from the Government to tie Soldiers; or, If dead, then to their widows, children, father, mother, or helnatlaw marioaa-dly K. t. BINGHAM. 1, a. n'aurriT. BINGHAM it M'GTJrTEY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Vf COLUMBUS, OHIO. PfI0B-In Beadley, Bberiy A Blcherdi BtUMIng S50 South High Street. lnpl7-oly. Attorney and Counsellor at Law Awe NOTARY PUBUIC, VPIOB No. ST HIGH BTBIBI, ODBON BDILD- dilution, and other mature promptly attended to. References given when required now-iy . J. H. & V- KCERNER. NOm OO, . Corner of Broad ft Front Streets, COLUMBUS, ". . PBAIIBB IM CROCERIES, PRODUCE, AND PROVISIONS, , '; V ...... ; , . ., '- ( . FOREIGN fe DOMESTIC FRUITS, , ' : . : ' . . i Jr ..' , t ..--. t. . ; J-rtti FlOTIBr SALT, LlftUOKSi ETC. OIBTBBB BY TBI CAS IN TBBIB SIABOM. DR! ROBT: THOIIPSOR lSwaN.T..rUi (Mirkrl) lutet, ar eona "ifySS! m hsrstotoi-, tnati aU dlMea of ?ololnbw, Pn. i MOl.yrfkfW- ueM THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 2, 1862. TELEGRAPHIC. Reported for the Ohio Statesman. D For Morning and Afternoon Reports, m Ftrtt tag. Evening and Midnight Reports. Rebels' Rear Overtaken. McCLELLAN'S HEADQUARTERS. WEDNESDAY EVENING, Oct. 1. PUaaanton nrnnnnd the Potomao this mOrnlDS at SheDherdatown with a foroe of cavalry and artillery for the pnrpote of Baking a reconnols- sanoeJawne enemy's tear, miormniion naving been reoeired that tbelr army nea lauen DaoK from the line oi the river. He came np with them near Sheoherdtoirn and drove them toward Martlnaburg. from which plaoe they were oon ahelled oat by artillery. Our loss waa two wounded; rebela loai one killed and two wound ed. A rebel Lieutenant and two men taken prisoners and a number wounded paroled. Very few rebel troops are believed to be at Wlnohaa ter. the sreater portion being encamp ed between that place and Martinsburg. The work of constructing tbe bridge at Har per's Ferry is rapidly progressing, and will be oompleted to morrow. McCIellan ana staff vwtea Harpers rerry, Bolivar and Sandy Hook to-day. FROM LOUISVILLE. Louisviui, Oot.l. Much the larger portion of Buell's army has moved toward the interior of Kentuoky in several columns, over different roads. Gov. Morton, accompanied by Adjutant-Gen eral Noble, Col. Steele, Aid-de Camp, and Ma- or Terrell, Military Secretary, have concluded. after several days' labor, in visiting the Indiana regiments In this military department. Indi ana has forty-two regiments in Buell's army, which have been lupplled with alt necessaries by Got. Morton. 1 ne Democrat is miormea ot a sugnt suir- miih between onr troops at Fern creek last evening and rebels. The r ederaia were suc cessful. Unreliable reports are prevalent of skirmishes few miles down the road. Military circles are unadvised thereof, and It la probably in correct. Large numbers of relatives and friends of officers and soldiers in Buell's army are in the oity, crowding tbe botela to suffocation. Defenses of Charleston—Mitchell Preparing to Attack. Niw Yoik. Oot. 1. A Port Royal letter of the 26th nit. says the steamer Nashville Is penned in the Ogeechee river, with no cbauce of esoape. Her late ohief offioer has been cap tured on a pilot boat. The Charleston streets are defended by rine pits and the bay la obstructed by piles, fire rafts, eto. There are three gunboats in tne narbor. Everybody seems to think Charleston will be attacked soon, and General Mitchell is ma turing plans. Our force is Considerably in creased. Tbe health of the troops Is excellent. Tbe Fingal ram Is nearly completed at Sa vannah, .Two others will probably prove (allures. Rebel Magazines at Shipping Point Blown up. NAVY YARD. WASHINGTON, Sept. 30. To Hon, Q. WtUei, Secretary of th Navy: Su Lieutenant Commanding Magaw reports the deatraotion of tbe rebel bomb-proof maga sinea at Lowe Shipping Point, which I bad in strooted him to blow up. They were seven In number, and the work was heavier than was anticipated. A small body of rebel cavalry made Its appearance, but dispersed upon the discharge of a volley of musketry from our side. ANDREW HARWARD. Commanding Potomac Flotilla. The War in Mexico. Niw Yoik, Oct. 1. We have news from Vera Cms to Sept. 19. The French bad taken possession ot La fcoi- edad, between Vera Crui and Oriziba, and had garrisoned It. Their object is to secure com munication between tne otner two cities. The news at Vera Cruz was that typhoid fe ver was making dreadful ravages In the Mexi can army, and that Gen. Ziragoia had died of it. It was alto said his suooeieor would be Comonfortor Ortega. roreve. commander-in-cmet ot tbe Irene a army in Mexico, had stopped at Martinique on his way to Vera Cruz, and was expected to ar rive at that oity in a day or two- The march or tbe 'army on Mexioo was ex pected to take place toward the middle of Ori-tober. Niw Yoik. Oot. 1. Thompson Bros, com menced delivering exoise stamps to-day. The line of applicants extended nearly one blcck from tbelr effloe. The excise law taxes eneot to-day. Counterfeit threes and fives on tne uommer- olal Branch Bank of jDanada, at Collingswood, nnely executed on green tinted paper, nave made their appearance. A speolal from Washington to tbe roflt sayB: Col. John Cochrane arrived to-day from Har per's rerry. ne expresses tne opinion wat Lee's army la nearly exhausted, and must re treat. i FROM WASHINGTON. Washington. Oot. 1. Cant. Towell, of Mo- delta's staff, reached here this morning from headquarters army of the Potomao, in cha.go ot trophies, nags, etc., taion at soutn moun tain and Antietam. The differences of opinion among members of the Cabinet about the President's proclama tion of emancioation. Involving the retirement of some of them and new arrangements In oon- sequence, are pronounced Imaginary by tboBe who ought to be beet informed. The Commissioner of Pensions has made tbe following additional appointments of Examining Snrseons: George MoCook, M. D., Pittsburg, Pa. i Myron H. i'orilDg, M. D.,Lwrenceburg. Md, . From Havana. Havana. Sent. 27. No vessel has arrived from Mexioo slnse tbe departure of the Phlla delnhla on the 30th Inst. Nothing has trans pired here sinoe then, save the jubilee over the news received dv tne uoiumma. The only arrivals here of note have been tbe Vlotorla, an English vessel, though she carried a large secession flag at her fore-mast when nomine- in. She is from Sabine Pass, and had a oargo of seven hundred bales of ootton, which was sold at 4ta per ponoa. The Cuba, from Mobile, also arrived on tbe 93d Inst. She has a oargo or about six hund red bales of cotton, to be forwarded to Europe. Rains continue, kucknegs is abating, we leara that yellow fever hay almost disappeared from Key west, Nrv You. Oct. 1 At an enthnilastlo Ger man meeting last night, one of tbe speakers denounced tna statement mai oigei una resigned, or wis about to do so, as a mlsohieve- ous faisenooa, , FROM NEW ORLEANS. Niw Yoik . Oct. 1. New Orleans advloes by the steamer Creole state that guerrilla bands wet quite bold, ana narrass reaerai vessels neatly. m . . . . w . , . . , Admiral rarraeut nao orran sea a nivai do Hoe of four ilxteen-oared whale boats, which are ernlalDg day and nleht In the river. Etch carries a howitzer and full erew well armed One of these boats captured a band ot sixteen guerrillas, who made a- spirited resistance, Irwin four or five men. The 7th Vermont lost one hundred and fifty men as prisoners In the late expedition to Ope- lousas. ' ' :'" ' ' -: "- , .." ' It waa believed that Sherman would be ap pointed to the command of the forces above New Orleans, ud Arnold to oommand In the eltv. - - - flatlet had appointed two additional Provost manuals. COMMERCIAL MATTERS. Columbus Retail Market. WEDNESDAY, Sept. 24. 1862. The following are tha retail quotations corrected by nm. u. oeauoaux, wnoiesaie ana nwi av""i ' 10S Booth High Street. Wheat ,...B(K38SoN 0. Sugar 10 12X cats ba CornO on .350 Mania do ....none ,.30(B35c ,.H!ifll8c 100 .. 93IOc Molasns tgal.....-oOSH5o Brrup nl....80ol 00 Butter f, , Lard a Tea 9 B... .800,1 OOdfil 10 Tallow Dried ADDleaOb mouonee va... vwao 75 100 Java do S830c Dried Peach 8 01X43 85 Bloe k loo Brooms doi..ll 0091 75 Hay ton....$o 507 00 White Beans Oba-ll 2M1 00 rotaroes, e on mmtx Salt In sack 154USOc Bait bbl S3 83 Beef ewt ad (Ml Soap (Don 0o triour t Dm... uu White Wheat do5 50 S 00 Hams Ok 11918XC BhouldersOk a SaltPorkOowt.... t9 00 Bye floor bbl... 00 0andlet,Tallow,tal0l8Mo Oandleo, Opal, box..l3 15o Oheeso a Wood t oord.... Vmi S3 Mackerel Nol hf bbl IB 9 00 Mackerel No Iqr bbl 5 00 Mackerel No 1 kits.!! 84 WblU Pish nerh'f bbl 13 85 Hominy per misn - i wi WhUky per. gall- 85 Kalslns, M B.Bx 3 504 00 liuers f w Sultan a 15o White Fish per qr bbl i 00 Codfish Be Herring bbl Id 00 Corn Meal 0 bn....4050o1 Flg a 80o Prunes v ft iuwixxe Wool Twine.. 15 Wo V lb. ggs dot , 8cPhlDDSs Hams. V B 120 Hams 11 lie WHOLESALE MARKET. WEEKLY REVIEW. Vioa-salesat S4 50S4 75 for red, and I4 7SSOO for whltei market nnsettled. Wheat at 65o. Ooan sales at 35s OATs-sales at 35c. Bra small sales a1 4.Vft&' Hat sales at U 507. Potatobh-eilee at 40S50o. Biars sales ate 1 SU1S5. Balt rules at S3 85 per bbl. Whiti Pun rule at 5 750 00 per bbl. New York Market. [REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] NEW YORK, October 1. A3UBB Oulet and steady, with small sales at 16 87 U for pots, and S7 S57 37 X for pearls. FLOUE The receipts oontlnue moderate with a good home trade and fair export demand, and the prices still oontlnue to hare an upward tendenoy. There were sales of 19. fQO bbls at S5 205 40 for superOna ;state; gS 45 5 75 for extra state; 5 155 35 for superfine west ern; e aowo bj ior common to meaium extra western; SS 85S 00 for common to good shipping, brands extra round hoop Ohio; 18 10G 75 for trade brands do.'; the market dosing Arm, with no sellers at the inside quota tion.. CANADIAN FLOOR The market to-day Is five cent, better. The sales were 1200 bbls at S5 555 85 for com mon, and 15 95(3)7 00 for choice extra. BY FLOUa Unlet and steady, with sales at S3 50 4 50. (JOHN MEAL Tne market is witnont material ohanire In price; sales of 120 barrels at S3 504 50 for Jer sey, ind S3 75 for Brandywlne. ' WHISKY Toe market Is dull, with sales of 100 bar rels at 33)33XC. WHJSAT The market fully lo lower. The aalea were 180,009 bush Chicago spring at gl 121 IB; 65,000 bu.hd.magedidoatgl 10; 32,000 bush Milwaukee olub at el 161 21; 4,000 bnab heated do at gl 16; 17,600 amber Iowa at gl!ll 84, the latter price for choice; 23,000 bush winter red Illinois at gl 241 28; 35,000 buih winter red Bute at gl 32; 89 000 bush winter red western at gl 2t133; 39,000 bush amber MIohlgan at sji jzo)! jj; v.owwnue uicmgan i jmisji au; v.iuo buih Inferior white Ohio at gl 30. RYE Is quiet and unchanged, with sales 7,000 buih Inferior western at 60c. BABLBX The market Is quiet and nominally un changed. UCHH The market Is a shade easier with a iood demand for export and home consumption There were sales of 144.000 bush at 6061Xo for ihlDDlni mixed western; inside price in store; 5660o for eastern: 44 53o for damaged and heated; 6465c for common wnite western. OATS Plenty and drooping, with sales at 5760c for southern and Jersey. ouffjib The market for Bio is quiet, but prices are unchanged. BlGAR Baw Is in less demand, but oricea maintained : sales comprise 900 hogsheads at 939Xo for Cuba; lOo ror i-orw mco; luatr.-o ror new Orleans; and 400 boxes Havana at 9llXc. By auotion 100 hogsheads New Orleans t 9)4c for yelloy, and 12c for white. BBFNSD SUGAR Is in good demand and prices tend ing upward. aniui,ABBJSS Are In goo demand and the market firmer. There were sales of 100 hogsheads New Or leans at 44X48; 85 hogsheads Porto Blco at 4445c: GOO barrels Muscovado at 35o, and by aucUon 100 barrels n ew urieans at no POBK Tbe market I steady and unchanged. There were sales of 1250 barrel, at gll 50 11 62X for nets, glO 1H10 25 for prime; and gll 00U 25 for prime mess, i'otal stock new and old, Oct. lit. 1862: 1G0.739 barrels: do do last month 157.736: do do last r40.- 856 barrels. In addition to tbe above there are 5,937 barrels in yard for Government. Bus, IT The market is dull and quotations are al most nominal. There were sales of loO barrels at g5 50 7 00 for country prime; g8 00 10 75 for country mess; 112 00 13 75 for repacked mess; g 13 50 14 87X for extra mess. Totel stock new and old, Oct. 1st, 1862; 10,384 packages; same date last month 15.568: do last year 14,099 barrels. PRIMti UU8S BBEP The market Is dull and un changed. BJSfiP il AM s The market la moderate r active at 151G. CUT MEATS The market is firm at 4ko for .bould ers, and 77Xo for hams. BACON BIDES The market la more active, with sales ou J boxes long and short ribbed middles on private terms. LARD Less active, bnt prices firm; sales of 1150 bbls B10o. BUTTK R Unchanged, with sales at lOt&JOc for Ohio: and 1620o;for state. UHjsfiBM xuemaraei is mnn at iS'J)i3- Cincinnati Market. CINCINNATI, Oct 1. FLOUR The favorable advices from New York In re gard to flour has had very little effect on onr market, as tne nign rates or rreignt nave out on all snipping mar gin between the two points, and the anticipation of a margin this fall and winter are not very bright, for It seems to be the policy of the railroads to take all the advantages et the advances In Produce, and the millers will nave to depend in n great degree on the local de mand! wh en so far has been fully equal to the supply. There was a good demand to-day from the army bakers and retailers, and 1,500 barrels sold at g4 104 15 for superfine; g4 204 40 for extra, and 4 504 75 for family and fancy brands. laku mere was a good demand for lard to-day. and 000 barrels and tlercea sold at 8c. and 150 barrels In lots at 80. mebb fUKK-The nominal asking prides are 19 00 85. BULK 8H0ULDBRB At34Xc BAOON BHOULDEBS Selling at 34Kc. . SIDES Quoted at 56e. WHEAT In rood reauest from the local millers and shippers, and the market rules firm at full rates. Tke receipts are llRtat. The sales to day foot up about 4,500 bushels at 8.1385c for prime red; 9095o for good to strlotly prime Ohio or Indiana white, 95c 1 00 for Ken tucky wnite. UOHN is firmer, and nr ees a shade hither, with sales of 8.500 bushels at 36o for shelled, and 3940 for ear, tne tatter an extreme rate, ana obtained only In excep tional cases. OATS Holders to-day succeeded In obtaining the ad vance asked yesterday, and the market olosea varv firm at 3940c for new, and 4345o for old, In bulk. uiii ricmtins ami at aao for primo samples on ar rival. BARLEY The demand continues active and the mar ket rules buoyant at full prioes. For round lots of oholce fall gl 05 waa offered and refused. We quote prime spring at 95o, and prime to choice fall at g 1 00 HAT The market rulea steadv. with a fair demand at sjid vugtit uuper ton for prime Tlmotb, on arrival. (Toestfe. Cleveland Market. CLEVELAND, Oct 1. Tht receipts to-doy were 45,000 bushel wheat, and cars corn. WHEAT The sales on 'Change foot un about 11.000 bushels free on board, at gl 07. and 4,000 buabela afloat at gl oo. Binoe unacge x ears sold at gl 00 on track. 1500 bushels, 4,000 bushels and 3,500 bushel, all at gl 07 free on board, and 8,000 buihels at gl 05 afloat The market oloaed dull, holders offering at gl 07 without sales. OOBN-Wanted only to supply local demand. Bales 3 ears on track at 47c, which figure is regarded as too pign, exoepuor oar-ioio ion. OUBM uuiet at KtsHBc by tne ear load ror local con sumption. OATB 'mere were sales by the ear load to a limited extent at ao. BABLBY Quotable at 6062Wc. BTB-Worth5055o- H10H WINES Bale 100 bbls. at 33c. BUTIIB-There ware sales ot 81 kegs Central Ohio at uxc. . (jus Boiling at 9l0o according to condition. 1 " Itadtr Philadelphia Market. [TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 29. FLOUE-The market Is firm, and holders demand an advance. wheat Advanced no; wnite fl 40i oe, ana nea $1889132. 1 OOBN The market is ac'.ive. with sales of yellow at7uo. OATS Are searoe and wanted, with tales at tuawie P BOVI8ION8 Unchanged . WHI8KI Firm at 33X9340. - . WM. GLENN & BONO, Wholesale Grocers, 70 and 72 Vine Street, . Between Second end Pearl Streets, omoiNxa'ATi. i J k f . 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A cold settled in my limbs and brought on excru-cfalingtKm-Hfli'cpn'VJ, which ended lu ehrmticrhenma. am. ftotu'iiiistnuillng 1 una the ne.t or physicians. 10 ili.-'easo crew worne and worse, until hy the advice of your excellent aeent in Ilulllmorp, Dr. Macltemio, 1 trlej your Pilh. 'I heir effects were elow, but sure, lly persevering in tne mo oi num. i nm now entirely wen. el Sr.NATC OiAMHr.n, Union Rouge, T.a., 5 Doc. 195. Du. Attn: I have been entirely cured, by your Tills, of Bhetmt'tic ik-vt a painful diycano that bad afflicted mp for years. VINCKNT SLIDHLL. ArirMost of the Pills In market contain llercury, which, itlthuiigh a valuable remedy in skilful hand., I. aogerous in a puonc pill, iiom tne drcnuiui conse quences that frequently follow its Incautious ne. These contain no mercury or mineral substance wliatover. m Price, 35 Conta per Box, or 5 Boxes for $1. Prepared by Sr. J. C. AVER & CO., Lowell, Mass. Dr, A. J. VANDERSLICE, Late Frofedsor of tbe Eoole Clioiqae do Medi cine rbarmacy in rarls. A PBACTITIOBER OF 20 YEARS, Announces to his friends and the public, that he con tinues to devote his time to tbe curing of the following diseases, via: - Cougbi, Colds, Asthma, Pits, Dropsy, Dya pepsla, Liver Complaint, Piles Fistula, Gont, Rhnmatlnm.Snrnfula. White Swelllntr. Nervous Affections, Fever ana Ague, Bilious Complaints, eto.. etc.. eto, Da. Vaiperslics has met with great success by his peculiar mode of treatment of diseases, where other very eminent pnysiciam nave laiiea loproauca our. m attest his confidence In his own skill and merits, he will undertake the cure of all paUonte without charge except- og the cost of medicine; requiring no tee oniu alter no restoration oi usir neaim. Diseases of a peculiar character be guarantees to re move radically In a few days, without offensive or dele terloas medicine. Be warrants to all. no matter how severe or long standing the disease, an effeotual core, or he requires no pay. jremaies suuenng wim irregulari ties, or nerrousneis, debility, eto.. can be permanently cured bvDr. V. Invalids In any section of the country, by addressing a letter to blm post paid, and Inclosing a fee, oan have advice, and medicine will be promptly sent to them. irp Residence, two doors from tne corner or uresn and Floyd Btreets, Louisville, By. umce nours irom 8 to 18 a. m. , and from 8 to 7 p. m. Dr. A. J. VANDHHBblOB oan produce over one hundred certificate of the speedy cure ot various die- Oan and see nine, CONSULTATION CRATIS. Waihington - Hotel, Broad Street. JACOB FAHRBACH.' This Is to certllv that Iwsi afflicted with fistula In Ano for six nan. Alter Irvine: every remedy. I placed myself under the care of Sr. A. J. Tauderslloe, of Louisville, and In three months was perfeotly cured Given under my hand this 31st of September, 1858. I i- j, BUUanuAn, Boston, on. This Is to csrtlfy that I have been afflicted with Flies for seven years. After trying all known remedies, and falling, Dr. A. J. Vanderslioe performed perfect oure lu three months. , , , . , . LOD1B UUUUnAT. UT Per tout who art not aMcted; in whott hand my cards may fan, wiu pua$e autnoute tuch cards to the afflicted. eptMf EConx-y TC crOxlos. 1 . (Late of Phaloa'lljtahlUauaent.N.T.,) j ,' nuopBiETOB of tne NEW iohk A. raahienatiie Bhavug, nair uutiing, nnampoonmi Ourung and Dressing Baloon, . In the Basement of the Neil IIoubsx, i- i under tne Foatomoe where saUsfacttoa will be given In all tti tarloul branches. Ladles' anj OtHlren's Har DreMlng son In the beat tile. ' Warm and Coltt JSttiii can te had i ill Sours Jiiuip iclW at DIPEIUAL SMUTS! SAID TO BE A SUPERIOR SHIRTI WARRANTED TO BE A GOOD FITTING SHIRT ! YOU WILL FIND THEM AN ELEGANT MADE SHIRT THE LADIES SAY THEY ARE A HANDSOME SHIRT! All who wear the article can find them at Nos. gOO Sc SOS. South High'St., IIE.UILEV, EBERLY & RICHARDS. June? I Rebel Notes ! Rebel Notes ! Just the Thing for the Times. 1 OOO Agents Wanted. Ten Different Rebel Notes SENT POST-PAID ON BEOEIPT OP 25 Cents in Postoffice Stamps. Agents and tbe 100, Trade Supplied or 10 per 1,000. at ei.fiu per Anv energetic rentleman'or Udvrin irnkt a lull will. in the next thirty days, selling Confederate Scrip I Try it!! Try it!!! IT PI want every azent In the country to emra?e In the sale. DP. S. Cash to accomvanu all order t invari. ably. Address, J. H. BTTJDER 17 East State Street, Columbus, Oh June20-tf DR. ADOLFUS'S Select School for Young Gentl'men AT FI.OKAL, 1IOUKE, TWO MILE!! North of College Hill. Tlie coarse of study em braces the -Ancient and Modern Languages, together with Mathematics. Natural PhilosoDhv. Natural Ill.ton ana unemuiry. The study of the French and German languages oon stltntes a prqplnent feature of the School. Assisted by leacners oi eminence in science, tne principal feels jus titled In promising his pupils all the benefits of a Euro pean education. - me ocnooi is agreeably situated on an extensive fans ; the house is a commodious building, measuring 17S feet in front. The School continues In session during the hot season, aa the refreshing rural scenery in which it is looted holds out great advantages. Terms, including tuition, board, washing, fuel, light etc, 350 per annum, payable quarterly In advance. - Rtnmixcrs: Bon. Belamy Storer. Prof. Geo B. Dav. Lane Semina ry, 8. P. Oary, Esq., Wm. P. Hulbert, Esq., Bobert uucueu. asq.. aiiiion navier. uia..iion. ueorve iiaad. ley.Bev. B. Allyn, President Wesleyan Pemale Oollege, David Gibson, Esq., H. Kessler, Esq., W. 8. Wright, Esq., Bon. J. B. Stallo. 0. S. Adae. Eso..B. Romans. Jr., Waihlogtoa McLean, Esq., K. P. Starr, Esq., ete. juiyxu tr. ram. i. fit. j. u. wbuui. jobh r. xroiiiHSK. AY, mmm & WHEELER, ATTORNEYS FOB CLAIMANTS. Office, No. 117, Carpenter's Building, nign street, Colnmbtisj, onto. ABB NOW PREPARED TO PR08EOUTE ALL Olaims for Pensions, Bounty Land. Lost Bones. and other property. Bounty Money, and all arrears of pay lor Widows or Heirs or decease Soldiers, iiacx pay due resigned Otuoirs and discharged Soldiers INVALID PENSIONS. All Officers and Soldiers of the war with Omit Brit.in the Indian wore or the war with Mexioo. who were wound ed, diseased, or otherwise disabled while In the service of the United States, AIIE ENTITLED TO PENSIONS. Por Soldiers who have become disabled while either In the three months', or three years' service In this present war. Bounty money for such as have been dlicharnwl for wounds or disease contracted while In the eervtoe. Collect all military olaims against the United States, or any of the Western States. we make no charges until the olalm Is colleated. Apply or address VAT fc NEEREAHBR, No. 117 Carpenter's Bnlldlnr.Hhrh Street flninmhn. July 3-3nd. Sale of Real Estate BY ORDER OF COURT. ON THE 4th DAV OF OCTOBHK, A. D. 1863, at 1U o'clock In the afternoon, at the door ot the Oourt Bouse In the town of Ooshooton. In the county of Coshocton, and State of Ohio, will be sold to tne nignest oioaer, tne ronowing real estate as the prop erty of Arnold Medbera, deoeassd. to wit: Tne ronowing lands and tenements in the county of rranaun, in tne state ot unio: Ming twenty-nve (lu) feet In width, to be taken off the east side of in-lot num. bered four hundred and one (401) in the city of Colum bus, In the oounty and State aforesaid, sold free of dow- . Appraised at sjiuuu.uu. Also, the undivided naif of In-lot numbered four hundred and two (403), In the oity of Oolambus, In the oounty oi raninn eroreiaia, subject to and encumber ed by the life eitste of Caroline B. afedbery therein. Appraised at S1SU0.00. mm or Bali. One-third of the purchase money to be paid on the day of sale, one-third In one year, and tne resume in two years irom tne day oi sale; tbe de terred payments to near interest and be secured by mort gage on us premises. JOHN BURNS, : - Adm'r of Arnold Med bery, deceased. SeptS-dltscwtw Master Commissioner's Sale. James Clark et al. ) TS. I Daniel Docker etal.) Oommon Pie Tilt VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE JO to me directed from tbe Oourt of Oommon Pleas of Franklin oounty. Ohio, I will offer for sale at nubile auction at the door of the Oourt House, in the city of uoiumnua, vmo on Saturday, the 25th day of October, 1862, at one o'clock, p. m.. the followlni described nal es tate, situate In the oounty ef Franklin, and Bute of unio, sowiu A part ol in-lot No. 63V, In the oity of Columbus, be ginning at a point on the south line of Oay street and the north line of said lot, 93 feet S Inches west from the northeast corner of said lot; running thence west on the said north line of said lot SS feet and 8 Inches: thenos south 63 feet and S Inches to the south line of aald lot; tnence east witn said line 08 feet and 8 lnchea; thence north tti ftet and Inches to the nlaoa of be in- nini: being the west half of said In -lot No. 630. leu a I feet and S Inches, heretofore conveyed to the Trustees of tne First colored Baptist unuroh of Columbus by Samuel Pike, by deed dated Feb'y 3d. 1841. beinr the same lands ordered to be conveyed as aforesaid to Jam as man and P.ran B. netiey, oetn of Samuel Clark deo'd. - - - - - Appraued at 1900.00. i , 0. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff, and Muter Commissioner. Prlnter'sfeeslTW.' ' teptl3-dltwtd. Medical Notice to Families of Volunteers. r v 1 erf PROFESSION AL SERVICES ARE HI herewith tan da red to the families of Tolunteen (gratuitous?) residing In Columbus or vicinity, and re quiring meuioai mvkh, aanng tne war. Ones and residence 887 South High street, Q10. W. HARM. JnlyW a Great Books in Press. THMLLING INCIDENTS OP THE GREAT REBELLION; The Heroism of oar Soldiers & Bailors, ILLTJBTItATICD. 1 vol., largo lirno. Price, $1 25. TnB CRITICS AND TBE PDBLIO ARE RIGHT In predlotlng that this will surge's, lu graphic nar rative, exciting interest, and extensive popularity, all other histories of the war for the Union. Its theme will be the heroio daring, patient suffering, and hair-breadth escapes of our soldiers and sailors, and its Incidents will form a theme of oonversatlon at innumerable fliesldos for years to come. It will contain, in addition to lu stirring details, the philosophical Analysis of the Causes of the War, by Joh Lothrof Motlkt, LL.D., author of "The Rise of the Dutch Republic," eto , the dates of all the Important events from tbe John Brown raid, and an acourate and revised account of the principal battles. witn engravings. One third the proceeds of all Subscriptions sent di rect to us will be given for the Relief of Disabled Sol diers, and al 1 persons who wish a copy of the work, and also to benefit the soldiers, should rend their name and address at once, Also, any offloer or private, or person In any section of the country, haying knowledge of a usroie aotor stirring incident, will Oblige us uy sending us an account of It, BooxeiLLxas, PorrsusTia., and OahvassikS Aaurra win ne mrnisnea witn a Subscription Prospectus, on ap plication to the Publishers. JTP A liberal commission olven to tolditrt dalr ing to act as agemtt in taking lubtortptiont, 11. The History of American Manu- lactures from 1608 to 1860. By Dr. J. LiANDia Bishop. 2 vols. 8ro. Tol. I. now ready. Tol. II. nearly ready. This Is probably the unrest and most Imoortant work hub w uie American press. We have also lust nnhll.hf new edition, ut tht fnl. lowing useful and popular books: THE BUSINESS MAN'S LEGAL ADTIBER; or. How to save aioney, by uonductlng Business According to Law, as expounded by the Best and Latest Authori ties. 400 pp.. sheep. Price, 1. OPPORTUNITIES IOR INDUSTRY; or, A Thousand unanees to make money, cloth. (1. This has been republished In England. Every business man and clerk ihnnM hiva tho.e books. They will pay the buyer a hundred fold. Every parent should get them for their ions. All these books are mailed, sostruli!. on recelnt of price. We pay particular at'entlon to mailing books, wrapping tbsm carefully, and will procure and send. postpaid, any book anywhere, on receipt of puhllihers price and six stamps. auaress ?EEDLY & CO., Tribune Building), New York. PIANOS. Persons who desire la hnv Piano of the best makers will be shown how thevcansavea hand some sum in the purchase if they address Piano, care Joy, Cos St Co., Publishers' Agents, New York P. 0. juiyit otwcwiromietttu ox Dr. W B. KURD'S DENTAL REMEDIES AH! THE BEST IN THE WORLD , litre mho FINE TEETH & A SWEET BREATH, AND CDI1NO TOOTHACIIE & NEURALGIA. DO YOU WISH TO BE BLESSED with and admired for Piarlv Wbiti and Sound TEETH1 Use DR. WM. B. KURD'S UNRITALEL TOOTB POWDER, warranted free from aotd, alkali, or any Injurious substance. Price, 85 cents per box. JCP Beware of the ordinary cheap Tooth Powders, which whiten but destroy. Do you wish to be certain that your BREATII Is pure, sweet, and agreeable to hu.band or wife, lover or friends? Use DR. 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They wonld also announce to the nubile that ih an Agents for KAPOtEON'S HAtR TOILET 1 The only artlole ever offered to the French people that would Conn Bthamut HauxI the above Toilet being manufactured for the sole benefit of Louis Napoleonl which artlole Is now Indispensable to bis toilet room. xne subscribers, reeling oonndent tnat tits Tol lot must necessarily take the place of all others ever offered to the public, take pleasure In expressing their confidence in tne article, gaining it irom practical use. , The Napoleon Hair Toilet " ' Will Oitrl SnAien-r Hair In Soft, Silken. Ilowlne Onrls,that will remain In shape for one -day or one week, If desired, or any longer period, If the dlreotiont are strictly followed, which are very simple and mv, The Hair Toilet does not In any manner Interfere with the Xattiral SoJUett af the Hair. It neither acorchea nor dyes it; bnt givea tne hair a sort, thrifty appear anew, ai aiso prevenie; we mur iron, famng Of Sua turning gray. , ,v ... The Napoleon Hair Toilet .' Has been before the public but a short time, and has al ready been tested by over one thousand persons1 and they testify that the Napoleon Hair Toilet la the greatest beautl&er ever offered to the American people. . To prevent this Toilet from being oounterfel ted or Im Itated by unprincipled persons, wa do not offer II for sale at any Druggist'! In the United States. Therefore anyiLady or Gentleman who desires Bo ft, Luxuriant Qui and Curls, and Lone, Soft Whiskers or Moustache, ean procure the Invigorator or Toilet, either one, for one dollar, tnciosea in a letter, wuo weir aaaress., , Address , a. . SPENT A CO., , .. , : : ' Be. 183, OolllnsvlllV -1 " Hertford Co., Conn And It will be oarefully tent by return Ball. febS3-dtwkwly , AYEE'S Sarsaparilla FOE PraiEYDIG THE BLOOD. An I f.,r the speedy cure of the following oomplalntai Kci-ofiil a and Herof nlona Afleetlon,aaeh a Tumors, Ulcere, Korea, Eruptions, l'lmplea, Puetnles, lilotcb.ee, Holla, lilnlne, and all SItlsa Diseases. Oailand, Ind., flth June, I860. J. ('. Arm A Co, Gents: 1 tt-ai it my duty to ae kunn li-il'o what your Sarsaparilla has done for me. Ila-lng Inlioiltcd a Scrofulous infection, I nave suffered horn it in various ways for years. Sometimes it burst out in Ulcers on my hands and arm.; sometimes it Un in d liiwurd nnd di.trossed me at the stomach. Two ) chi ano it brnko out on my head and covered my scalp mid i in. Willi one sum, which was painful and loathsome bi yoiul ik-siTiptiuti. I tried many medicines and several I'll -Inn., but without much relief from any tiling. In hu t, 1 1 10 ilium-dor grow worts. At length I waa rejoiced tn rend In tlio Uuonel Messenger that yon had prepared uu iilti-iatlve (Haisiiparillo), for I knew from your reputa tion Unit any thing you.mada mint Le good. I tout to i.iiKiiumliund got It, nnd uitd it till It cured me. I took il. us yon adt-ieo, In small doses of a teaspoonful over a ni' iilli, and used almost tlu-ee bottles. New snd healthy sltiu coon began to form under the scab, whltu altera bill, full oil. My skin Is now dear, and I know by my leriiiigs that the disease bos gone from my system. You ran i II believe that I fuel what I am saying when I toll yii. I but I hold you to be one of the apostles of the age, ami i miiiii ever gratefully. Yours, ALFRHU B. TALLEY. . Anthony's Fire, nose or Erysipelas, Tetter nnd Salt Rheum, Scald Head, ltintpvorm, Sore Eyes, Dropsy, Dr. Hubert 5f. Preble writes from Salem, N. Y., 12th S.'pt., 1460, that he has cured an inveterate case of Dropsy, which threatened to terminate fatally, by the persevering use of our Sarsaparilla, aud ulso a dangerous Malignant Erys1peU.ii hy large doses of tho same ; says ho cures the common Eruptiont by it constantly. Itromliocele, Goitre or Swelled Keck. huh.n li.n of Propped, Texas, writes i "Tbrco bos Ih'S 1 . 1' vmir Sarnaparilla cured mo from a Goilrt a hld-i-r,i- twi lling on tlio nock, which I bad suffered from mur Ovo yoius." I.eucorrlirra or Whites, Ovarian Turner, Uterine Ulceration, Female Dleeaeee. Dr. .f. B. S. Chaiinlng, of Now York City, writes ; " I inner ..heerfiilly comply with the refiitvt of your agent in mviiiK 1 havo found your Sarsaparilla a most exccllont nltw.-itire in Iho numerous complaints for which we onipMv such a remedy, but cirpoclally in female Divttt i f tlu ycrnfiiluiis diiiihesls. I have cured many Inveter ate raws of Leiicorrhoea by It, nnd somo where the com plaint was caused by iifcerulion of tlio uferfis. Tho uleer iii' ii Itself was soon cured. Nothing within my knowl "li'f eiiials It for these fomale derangements." Kdward S. Marrow, of Newbury, Aim writes, " A dan ircrnus nt-in'uTi fumor on one uf the females in my family, which had dolled all tho remedies we could employ, has at li'imlli been completely cured by your Extract of Sar sap.irilln. Our physician thought nothing hut extirpa tion c.uil I nlfunl relief, hut he advised tlie trial of your iir!i).uilla as the Inst resort before cutting, and It proved t-fl'ectuol. After takingyour remedy eight wuoke no symptom of Iho dlseoso remains." Syplillls and Dlercnrlal Disease. New Orleans, 25lh August, 1869. Dr. J. C. A Tin: Sir, I cheerfully comply with the re- ?uost of your agent, and report to you some of the effects li.,vc ri'iiliztid with your Sarsaparilla. I linve cured with It, in my practice, most of tho coni pbiinlH fur which it is recommended, and have found ita efrectn truly wonderful in the euro of Vrnerenlaml Mer curial hisease. Ono of my patient, had Syphilitic ulcers in hi. tbi'out, which wero coimuuiing his puluto nnd the Inp of his mouth. Your Burtnpaiilla, steadily taken, cured hiui in five weeks. Another was attacked by sec ondary nymplonis lu hi. uose, mid tlio ulceration had eaten away a considerable part of it, so that I ht-licvo the amninci wmiia soon reach ti is brain and Mil him. But it yHded o my administration of your Sarsaparilla; the ulcers healed, and he is well again, not of course without some ilisfiiturntion to his face. A woman who had been treated for tlie same disorder by mercury was suffering from this poison in her bones. They baa become so sen sitive to Iho weather that on a damp day she suffered ex cruciating pain in her Joints nnd bones. She. tno, was cured entirely by your rJaranpnrilin In a t yeeks. I know from it. furmula, which your agent gave mo, that this 1'ieparation from jour laboratory must boa preat remedy! consequently, llieso truly remarkable result with it have not surprised me. Fraternally yours, 0. Y. LARIMER, M. E. Rheumatism, Gont, Liver Complaint. 1 JinepENBENcs, Preston Co., Vn.. Clh July, 1859. Dr. J. C. Aycr: Sir, I have been afllictcd with a pain ful chronic llhruviotism for a long time.wlii'h battled t'"t skill of physicians, and stuck to mo in spite xf all the remedio. 1 could And, until I tried your Samaparilla. One bottlo cured mo lu two weeks, and restored my general health so much Ibat I am lac hotter than before I was attacked. I think it a wonderful medicine. J. FHEAM. .lules Y. Getchell, of St. luoula. writes: "I have been ulllictcd for years with an affection of the Liver, which ill st roved my health. I tried every tbiiig. and every thing failed lo relievo mo; nnd 1 have been a broken-down man fur snmo y.-ora from no other cause than derangement of the l.ircr. My beloved pastor, the llev. Jlr. Espy, advised luu to try your arfi&parilla, became lie paid he knew you, and any tbing you ntaiiewns worth trying, lly tho hless :iig of Uod it Las cured me, and has so purified my blood as ro unite a ne man of me. I feel young again. The Ix tt that can be said of you is not Lull good enongh." S lilrrin.OonT-r Tumors, TCnlnrfrement, Ulci-rntlon, Citric and Kxfollatlon of the lioiiea. - A great variety of caseB have been reported to us where cuic-uf tl.epo formidable compluiut. havo resulted from tho u-e of tliis remedy, but our space hero will not admit them, gome of tliem may bo found in our American Almanac, which tbe agents below named urc pleased to fiiriiiab gl litis to nil who call fur them. Dyeprpsla, Ilrnrt Dltrsse, Fit, Epllen sy, Melnnclioly, Neurnlgla Many ronuiikalile cures of lliene affections nave twen made by the alterative power of this medicine. It stimu lates tho vital functions Into vigorous action, and thus overcomes disorders which would be supposed beyond its reach. Such a remedy has long licen required by the ne cessities of the people, and we are confident that this will do for them all that medicino can do. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, TOR THE HAl'ID CP HE OP Coughs, Coliln, Influenza, Hoarscnest Croup, Bronchitis, Incipient Con sumption, and for tho Relief of Consumptive Patients in advanced Stages of the Disease. This Is a remedy so univeiaally known to surpass anv other for the cure of throat nnd lung complaints, that It is useless here to publish the evidence of its vlitues. Its unrivalled excellence for coughs and colds, and its truly wonderful cures of pulmonary disease, Imvo made It known throughout the civilized nations of the earth. Few aro tho communities, or even families, smong them who have not some personal experience of its effects some living trophy in their nildn of its victory over the subtle and dangerous disorders of the throat and lungs. As all know the dreadful fatality of these disorders, and as they know, too, the effects of this remedy, we need not -do more than to assure them that it ha. now all the va lues that it did havo when making Hie cure which have won o strongly upon tho conlidence of mankind. Prepared by Dr. 3. C. AYES & CO., Lowell, Mass. and for sale hy G. ROBERTS. Columbu-. and by al aeaiera in medicine everywhere. April 18, IKOii-dScweowly EFFERVESCES! SELTZER APERIENT. This valuable and popular Medicine has universally re- ' eelved the most favorable reoonunendatlons nf the Midioal Fiortssios and the Pcblio as the most irriciiirr Ann aqriiabli SALINE APERIENT It nay reused with the best effect In Billiiu and Febrile Diitatt; Coilivent 8ick Headache. Jiauua, Lot of Appetite, Indigettion, Acidity of tht Stomach, Torpidity of the Liver, Uout, Rheumatic AfftCtiont), Gravel, Govt, aNP all conpLAUrrs wssita A C-ientle and Ooolin Aperient PuriRatiTo is H-atiiiired, It to particularly adapted to the wants of Travelers by -Sea and Land. Residents In Hot Climates, Persons ef Sedentary Uablts, Invalids and Convalescents; Captains of Teasels and Planters will Sod It a valuable additioa to their Medical Chests. It Is In the form of a Powder, carefully put up In bottles - to keep In any ollmate, and merely requires 1 water poured upon it to produce , a delightful effervescent beverage. Numerous testimonials from professional and othei- gentlemen of the highest standing throughout the coun try, and its steadily Increasing popularity for a series of years, strongly guarantee its efficacy and valuable char acter, and commend It to the favorable notice of an In telligent public. - - : , . . 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