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Showing the arrival and departure of train at Ooldm bus. On and alter June 3d,im, Iralni will lav ai fol' I0VSI Lima Mum at OeicMioa k Xawu B. B Leave. Arrlv. Olnclanatl Accommodation. 8:20 A. M. 8:25 P. M DavExiireM 11 .30 A.M. 11:00 A. M Hill 4:10 P, M. 3:10 P. Night Express, via Dayton, 1,;00 midnight. 3:30 A. Jno. W. Dohertt, Agent. OULDHlCi CLEVELAHB B. B. Night Express,.... New York Kzpreti 0,0. 0. WayExpresi. .. 4:00 A. M. 11:30 P. M ..1110 A.M. 11:00 A. M ..3:40 P. M 10:15 P. M James Patthiio, Agent OumutOmoB, B. No. 3 Express 3:50 A. H. No. 4 Express tb Newark.ll:10 A. M. No. 9 Expreti 3:35 P. M. W. J 11:45 P. 11:10 A, Fell, Agent. PiTTienauD, Ulohbds Cincinnati B. B. Mall Train..... 3:50 A.M. 11:45 P. M Sxpresi Train 11:10 A. ai. 11:10 A. M Jot, Bohhiok, Agent. OoLoainni Ac iNniANOroLis, R. B. (Coluhbds Plana 4a Indiana B. B.) No. 1 Express.. 0:30 A. V. 10:40 A. M No. 2 3:00 P. M. 4:50 P. II Jmo. W. Hill, Agent. 144 RTIRI A MILLS. 144 144 Greene Street, New York City GOVERNMENT COFFEE Pot up In tin foil Pound papers, 48 In a box, and In bulk. Our prlcei range from 8 to 30 cent.. We put up the following kinds: Java, Maracaibo, Sap. Bio, Bio and Superior Coffee. We believe our Coffee to be belt than any gronnd Coffee now In uie. All order! addreiaed to ua, or to our Agents, Messrs. f uci ft Yocno, 163 Chamber! atreet, cor. Washington itreet. New York City, and Mt Pollard 4c Doane, 189 at 191 South Water itreet, Ohloago, III., will recetra prompt attention. TABE1I, TOWtE dc FliA.CE sep2S-d3mll Wi.i. H. RESTIEAUX, fHUOOBBHOR TO McKEI t K8STI1ATO) No. 106, South High Street, OoILaXJVLI3rj, DEALER IN GROCERIES, PRODUCE PROVISIONS Foreign and Domestic Fruits, l.OU B, SALT, LIQUORS, ETO STORACE & COMMISSION 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 , WM. H. RI BTIE AUX, 106 Bout, High itreet. Sept. 16-tf. Fresh Peaches! Fresh Peaches; Received Dailv, IF' or Sale "toy WM. H. BESTIBAUX, 100 Booth Hlgb itreet. Sept lti-tt J. G-. Bull. R. V. NeUwender, BULL & NEISWENDER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. -ofs-ioe- In Johnson Buildinc, No. 107 South High Street, OolVAXXtTOXUB, OlllO. Till. FHOIflPTlY ATTEBD TO ail Dusiness smruiwu w men uaia. gald R. I. Nelswender U alio prepared to obtain Penaona, 100 Bounty, and Pa; of Arrearage! due from the Government to the Boldlere; or, If dead, then to tlielr widows, children, lather, mother, or heln at law maylO'63-dly I. r. BINQHAU. i. a. I'Qunn, B1KQUAM & M'GTJFfEY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW COLOMBUS, OHIO. PFIOE In Beadle?, 253 Sooth High Street. Eberly Richards' Building apl7-dly. XI. X. WYJLaIEI, ttorney and Counsellor at Law NOTARY PUBLIC, a-vIFIOB No. 57 HIGH STRUT, 0DE0N BUTXP- II INO, oppoilta the State House. Collection and other matten promptly attended to Refereooe given when required nov9-l J. M. & V. KGERNER, KTo. OO, Corner of Broad & Front Streets, OOLTJMBTJB, D1ALBB8 IN GROCERIES, PRODUCE AND PROVISIONS, FOREIGN St DOMESTIC FRUITS, F10UB, SALT, LIQUORS; ETC. 0YBIIUS BT TBI OAB in THEIR MASON. ootSWly ; DR. R0BT. THOMPSON Surgeon & Fhvsioian OflSc High Strut, Korth of Broad (No. M). -"V-iu.ld.noe7H. fourth (Mrkt) Street, "ifiV. aahmtofor. areata all olHaJHOI - w -' Oolombui, PtO. W 18ei.Wtf. SATURDAY MORNING, OCT. 4, 1862. TELEGRAPHIC. Reported for the Ohio Statesman. ID" For Morning and Afternoon Report, ice Firtt Page. Evening and Midnight Reports. The Richmond Congress on Lincoln's Proclamation. Washington. Oct. 3. The RIobmoud Whig or September autu contains the following: la the rebel Senate, on tbe ii'Jta of Septem ber, Mr. Slmmes of Louisiana submitted tbe llowin; joint resolution: Rttolvtd, bf the Concresa of tbe Confederate States, That the proclamation of Abraham Lincoln, President ol tbe United States of Amoriaii issued at tbe city of Washington in tbe year 1862, wherein he deolares that "on the 1st day of January. 18C3, all persons held as slaves witbin any state or designated parts of a State, whereof the people shall be in rebellion against the United States, shall be henceforth and forever free," is leveled against oitizens of the uontederate states, and as suon la a gross violation of the usages of civilized warfare, an outrage on tne rights of private property, and an Invitation to an atrocious servile war: and therefore should be held up to the execration of mankind and counteracted by such severe re. taliatory measares as in the ludcmebt of the President may be best calculated to socuro its withdrawal or arrest Its execution. Mr. Clark of Missouri moved that tbe reno. Intion be referred to the committee on Foreign Affairs. He was in favor of declaring everv oltizen ol tbe Southern Confederacy a soldier, aumoriiea to put io aoatn every man caught upon our soil in arms against the Government. Mr. Simmons of Georgia said the resolution had not been drawn without reflcolion. The question of retaliation waa exclusively an ex ecutive one, to bo regulated by circumstances; but it was proper that tbe Legislative Depart ment oi me uovernmeni Boouia express Ha ap proval ui reiaiiauon cuutempiaiea uy tno rest? ution. Mr. Henry of Tennessee said thn rmninttnn did not go far enough. He favored th of a law providing that upon any attompt being iubuo ui cAcumo me pruoiuuiatiou 01 Aoranam Linooln, we Immediately boiet the black flag and proclaim a war of extermination against all invaders of our soil. Mr. Phelan of MissiseiDDi said he had niimi e i i .t - uccu iu mvur ui ouuauoung ine war under tbs DlacK Mag. If that flag bad been rained at inanasaaa a year ago, tbe war would bo over oow. Yancey of Alabama moved the resolution, with tho resolution submitted by him some daya since, relative to retaliation, eto , be referred to a select committee of three, auu uo uiBuu mo apeoiai oracr ior Wednesday Mr; Burnett of Eentnckv moved that nil nf saia resolutions be reierred to the committee on tbe Judiciary. Agreed to. iieauregard. Scot. 24tn. offio al innm.nx bis assumption of the command of the Depart ment of South Carolina and Georgia. He aays: In entering upon my duties, which may involve at an early day tho defense of two of the moat important cities in tbe Confederate States, against the moat formidable ef fort a of our powerful enemy, I shall rely on tho ardent patriotism, intelligence and uncon querable spirit of tbe officers and men under my command, to sustain successfully. But to maintain our posts with credit to our country and our own honor, and avoid irredeemable dis aster, it is easential tbat all should eive im. pllcit obedience to any ordera cmeoating from uperiora in authority. ineKichmond Whig sava the entire hnl losses in the ManaBsas battlea do not exoeed five thousand, and losses in eogagementa in Maryland range between five thousand and seven thousand. Beyond a donbt our losses are less by one-fourth than those of the enemy. Winder publishes a list of about one hundred negroes confined In military prisons in Rich mond, of whom twenty are from free States. From Fortress Monroe—A Battle impending. pending; Fortress Monroe, Oct.S. 9 P. M. The Flap of Truce boat Metamora, arrived to day (rem Aikina'a Landing. She brought down about a dozen pacaengers, one of whom reporta that tbe rebel Congreaa has reaolved in all future actiont) to hoist the black flag and exterminate the Federals without granting; quarters. me Kionmooa wnig or Uct. 1st, sijs infor mation from Lee's army indicates that an im portant battle ia impending and will take place aouunue ciose oi mis wecx. MoClellan's army ia on thia aide of the Po to rn ao and advancing. 1 be rebel army ia in excellent condition and eager for tho fray. Ihe Whig speaks of President Linooln'a proclamation aa ordaining a servile insurrec tion in tbe Lonfederuto States, und sava It is not misunderstood North or South Hia adash of the pen to destroy four thousand millions of our property, and is aa much aa a bid for all the slavea to rise in insurrection with the assurance of ad from the whole military and naval power of the United States. It speaks of the cruelty of the Administra tion, and aaya Butler ia a aalnt compared with hia master. Our military operations, cava the Whig, are henceforth to assume a verv crave oharaotor. Tbe fields now nrooosed will neoes. sarily destroy all terms between na. The uext combat win be a tremendous, one, both for magnitude and oharacter of operations. Let onr authoritiea prepare the whole strength of our people for the tremeodoua shock. The en emy la making great preparatione, aa well aa lasuing fiendish proclamations. We must re spond with equal energy. If we do not, we are lost, out we will do it. Tbe w big aaya, yesterday the Yankeus were advancing on Warren ton, taking our sick and wounded prisoners and paroling them. The movements of Lee and Jackson were toward tbat plaoe on Saturday last, but tbclr move ments are not known. It is enough tokoow that our Generals understand that they are about. Jamea river never was lower than it is now. Ia the neighborhood of Lynchburg persons oan walk aorosa on the rocks without wetting their feet. FROM LOUISVILLE. Louisville, Oct. 3. The order enforced for tbe past two weeka against the sale of liquor baa been rescinded, and business has resumed its accustomed channels. General Bragg has issued a proclamation threatening an immedi ate and vigorous enforcement qf the Confed erate conscription aot in all parts of Kentucky under tne control or tne reDcis. Mt. Washinqton, Oot. 2 P. M. On the ap proach of Gen. Crittenden's division a large rebel force retreated one and a half miles from here. Crittenden's force then drow up In line of battle. An Ohio battery was being placed in position. Simultaneously RouBsea's com mand commenced surrounding tbe enemy, and soon after trolleys of masketry wore fired, and it is presumed a general engagement took plaoe. Mr. Markland, the agent of tbe Poatofllce Department, arrived wltb two wagon loada of mails from Nashville np to the lUth alt. Tbe ran of Buell'a wagon train, consisting of eigbteen bundred wagons, baa jnst reaobed Louisville, tbe rearresting on Salt river, twen ty-two mues distant, and ooming up rapidly. Refugees from tbs interior of Kentucky are returning homeward in the rear of onr armv. Tbe oara of the Louisville and Frakfort road proceeded a few miles beyond Lagrange to day They saw no rebels. It ia suppoaed that the oars will commence running regularly next Hionuav, Tbe reports of the bnrning of bridges ore, the Kentucky river, near Frankfort, are false although it Is thought they will be destroyed aa our foroea anoroaoh them. Tho rhu threaten to burn Lexington and Frankfort if compelled to evaouate those plaoea. Southern telegraph line open and Working to 4awiing ureen tote evening. ' New Yori, Oott 3. A letter from the Em peror Napoleon to Gen, Lorencea, commander ot the Freooh troops In Mexico, approving his conduct nod that of tho troops, ond national nouor Is Invaded, ana that be win sustained by all tbe resourcos be oan desire: that the General bad done well to protect all montea, and tbat it .was contrary t bis (Napoleon'ajlnteution to impose anylgovernment what ever on the Mexican people. They can freely chooso any form they prefer. Gen. Forey was expected at Vera Croz Sopt. SOtb, when Lorcn ccz would return to France. LATEST FROM EUROPE. Arrival of the City of Washington. Caps Race. Oct. 3. The steamer City Washington, from Liverpool S4!h, via Queens- town 25th, was boarded off Capo Race at 10 o'clock tbia morning. Tne following summery or ber news was obtained: Garibaldi, in a letter to tho United States Consul at Vienna, promises to fight for tbe north on regaining bla liberty and neallb. Great Britain. The etcamer Alabama which waa returning to Liverpool when the CiUropa Bailed proved not to be tne xw, Tho Daily Newa reverts to tbe proposed exo dusof negroes aa a wild acheme. It aaya tbe sooner the Government leaves off talking about what it can not effect the hotter for its dignity and reputation. 1 bo Times thinks the recent reverses nave restored the liberty of speech in the North and apparently almost suspended the Government at Washington. I be 1 OBt thinks tbe Btrange and uolookcd for coup cr etat may terminate tne war. it aaya a man of ordinary firmneea may establish out of tbe ruins of tho Union a new Hepubao, and thinka that even if Jeff Davis apsnmei the Presidency of tho Union, the North will accept him in order to preserve unity. It waa stated thut the doctrine of tho Federal Government that forciun tiatiiut' vessels not oarrying con traband, rcquiro permits to enter the ports of tne Union, Is bold by 1'rauoe to bo woolly mad miosablo. Franco baa energetically protected against tho cauturo'of tho ship Li Monche at JNew Urlcans. Washington, Oct, 3. The Solicitor of the Treasury has given an opinion that all goods actually removed Irom the premises whice mauufucturcd, are exempt from taxation. By tho word "premises" is meant to include store bouses connected with the manufactory. Tbe opinion will bo pirated and distributed Imrae diately. COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Market. [REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] NEW YORK, October 3. FLOUR The receipts continue moderate with a good home trails and fair export demand, and the pitrei h?e advanced 5c. There were sales of In SOO bbls S3 30B5 45 for sunerune state; SJ5 5t)5 eO for extra state; 5 3095 50 for superfine western; 5 7(140 05 for common to medium extra western; $5 930 05 for com mon to good shipping brands extra round hoop Ohio; SO lSifitf 40 for trade brands do; the msrket closing firm, Willi no sellers at tl.o inilde quotatlot.s. CANADIAN FLUt It TUe market to-day has again advanced 5c, with limited snpply and fair Inquiry, the sties were 1,151) Mils at 5 OjfctfOO for common, and IU '412)1 50 for choice extra. BYK KLODll Quiet and steady, with sales at 13 50 4 5U. OOHN MEAL The market is without material change In price; sales or tuu barrels at J a lor nrauciy wine. WHISKY The market is quiet, with sales of 350 bar rels at 3333io fpr State and western, Including fa vorite brands at 34c. WHEAT The market lo lowor, w'th only moderato export demand. The sales were 13,800 bush Ohicago sprlngat tl 0031 17; 38,000 bmh Milwaukee club at 11 15&I 10: 33MO bush amber Iowa at a 1 vOftui 83X 5'JOtO buth wlnier red Illinois at (1 $1 50; 18,7(0 bush amber Michigan at S 1 3rl 3f, 15,000 extra choice doatl3!X; 1U.200 hush white Michigan at 11 40 1 .VI: 5U bush choice white Kentucky at 1 53. RYE Is auiet and unchanged. BAULKY Tbe market is sesree and In fair request at vt uiiisii iu. (JOHN The market opened heavy and closed steady. There were sales of 117 DUO bosh at58 80Ho for shipping mixed western; 5335do for eastern; 4451c for damaceJ anu neatea. OATS Plenty and drooping, with sales at 57G0c for southern and Jersey. CUtfrBB Kio more acllvo Remand, market firmer. with sales tf 3,2110 bags on private terms, also sales of 150 mats Java at xHc, SUQAIl llaw isquletand unchanged. Cincinnati Market. CINCINNATI, Oct. 2. FLODB Thsre is a fair demand and a continued steady market at ft WW i loraupernne; i xman juror ex tra; 4 404 50 for family, and 1 M)4 75 for rancy. About 1.000 brls sold at rates within these quotatl ns. WHISKY A fair demand and Ihe market y,c higher. Sales ol COO brls at S9Kc. POVJ8ION8 Nothing doing in mess pork or sides, but there is a good demand for shoulders in imik and smoked. Nothing done in lard. The sales were fiU lH O lbs smoked shouldera at 4,0 loose, and 100,000 lbs hulk do at 3o. OKOOEHIKM The market remains quiet, with a moderato demand Prices are firmly maintained. We quote sugar at 10 11c. Molasses 5tKflt5io, and coSee 2223Ko. WHEAT There Is a continued good demand for prime samples from the local and interior miller,, and the receipts being light, full prices are obtained for ail offered. At the close, an advance of So per bush was asked on prime red, but not established. We quote prime red at $83U5c, Iudiana or Ohio white at tOmKic, and prime to choice Kentucky white at Oicfl- 'ihe sales reported were '2,500 bush prime Kentaoky whi e at I 00; 3U0 bush primo red at b4c; and t,5U0 bush do do at Krc, part to arrive. CORN The offerings are light with a good demand, and prices ara tending upward, but are not cfuotahly higher. We quote ear at 40c, and shelled at 37c in bulk. OATS The demand to-day was active at 4Uo for new and 45c fur old, Lul holders were generally asking an advance of l2o per bush, and there was nothing of consequence done; tiOll bush new sold at AOj, and 2.000 bush old at 45Hc In sacks, socks returned. UY E The demand is limited with a good supply, and the market rules dull, but prices are notquotalily lower, tmall sale, at 55ia)5dc for prime samples on arrival. BARLEY There Is a continued activedemand, chiefly speculative, and Ihe market rules buoyant at full prices. The sales to-day foot up about 0.000 bush at 1 1 00(1 05 for prime to choice spring, and tl 05 I 10 fur the same grades of fall. Tbe receipts are light and tbe sales which bave been made within the past week were chiefly of lots from store, and which have been held here for some time. Malt is held at $1 20 1 V5 for prime spring and fall, with small salea at these prices. HAY The market is unchanged and steady. We quote loose and tight presied at S 13 14 per tou on ar rival. OURESB A continued good demand and the market rulea firm at So for selected W. K., with sales of 200 boxes. BITTER We kave no change to report In the mar ket. Prime and choice qualities are in good demand at IQtSlSi), while the lower grades are dull and difficult to sell. Oaettte. Cleveland Market. CLEVELAND. Oct. 2. The receipts to-day were 36,438 bushel wheat, and 1 car oats. FLOUR Tho sales were 80 bbls red double extra at 5 (10; 200 do at same; 100 bbls white do at 95 25: and 00 bbls red extra at 94 35. W II BAT-Two cars red on track at 91 04K: 7.000 bmh free on board at ft 10411: 15.000 bush dodomt 11 (li: 7 cars on track at 8 1$ I: 1 boat load at 1 04 ; 3 cars In plana white at 91 11 on track; 1 car Ohio white at $1 14, and i car Kentucky ao at i i. oath one car on track at ic. FRUIT Fifty barrels green Apples at 91 25 per bu ret. SALT lias further advanced. Fine is selling at 92 30, and coarse at 92 25. Ltaatr. New York Cattle Market. REPORT FOR THE WEEK ENDING Sept. 30, 1862. TOTAL RECEIPTS CATTLE OF ALL KINDS, FOR THE WEEK. According to the report! from the several market places In the city, there hava been received this week, as compared with last week: Sheep and B'vea. Cows. Veals. Lambi Swine. Total AtAUerton's 46 8 17 281 268 Browning' 290 31 10 27 54 4,436 239 3,858 87 3.581 O'Brien's.. Ohamberlin i. . Sent direct to butcher! 200 Sold to Butchers and Pamoeck. Bold butchers, at Bergen.... 140 Total I'l pr'iweek, .6 245 .4,e84 01 S3 660 12,1111 473 14,030 Ay, numoer T'w'a.l'ty'r. 4,285 110 633 9.853 10,758 25,637 BEEVES FROM DIFFERENT STATES. Allerton St Co., Proprietors of the Washington A. M. Drove-yardi, 44th st, report tho Oattls in Ihe following States) Market from New York Ohio Indiana Illinois 7691 13 Oonnectlont New Jersey Texas Canada 51 S,0i8 893 l- Kentucky, Michigan Missouri. ....... Virginia Iowa Pennsylvania.... BEEF CATTLE. Number reported for this market at Forty fourth Itreet, ,088 The prloea to-day are quoted as follows: First quality 8 8,1 Ordinary Medium 7 07 Extra Bom Extra good Beeves may be quoted at Tbe general average of tho market at 70. The moat of the sales rang from fcaWo. SOX Total number of Betves received In'tho dty this week, 6,845. Toil 1301 head wore than list week, and 900 head njttAJ-JSSA. do ber. eanh WednpaiUw mavk,., lt voir was 3.UH6 head. wlllo the number to-dav belnc 4.688, shows bOl head m 're than tho average, and 310 head mora than thlsdsy et. THE SHEEP MARKET. of Becelnts this week. 12. 10 1 . We reported la.t w.ek a slight Improvement In favor or arorers at tbs opening or tbe market on Monday morning, which was well sustained on Tuesday, with a liboral supply on sale. During the balaoce of the week, prices rauiied about tho same, with rather a teodency to advance, and owners hukl so hard that some lots of stock wore leftuosoldon Saturday night. Out owners did not miss their calculation In keeping them over, for tho market oppened on Monday morning at a decided Im provement on that day w.ek. At prioesequal to do P lb for really flr.t class sheep, the large wholesale butch erswere reedy to lake all that were offered, and ihe brokers did not allow them to call very cloio at that. There is sn Iniufllcient supp ly of liis clais of st' O'i . and prices sppear to continue hi(h. True, there are large numbers of sheep that do not sell at the top price, and some perhai a not over 4o. but for first clais there Is a decided advance-equal, we think to 50o ahead in two weeks. First class lambs are more plenty, but they, too, aro selling higher sry Bo V lb. live weight. We noticed one lottbat would Just net 40 lbs held firm at 93. THE HOG MARKET. Receipts this w.ek. 21 252. The following are the quotation! given by llcurj l. Grant, Superintendent of the Market. Corn-fed Hogs, t owe, live weight 93 25 3t 25 Distillery ' 3 75 (mi 00 The weather durlnir the nast week has been nulla fa- voraile to this business; and days, although pretty Warm, WUie dear and drv.anil tha niohta. anmt, nf thorn almost frosty Themnrket to-dav fi quite dull for light, noor horn. more of whlcn art coming forward than can be sold. Prime corn fed hogsare in good demand at former rates. G 0. W. Dnrman cives the followiDa- us (he nrlca of hog) this woek: Live. Dead weight. 5 SSc. 4Ai5o. Klratquallty corn-fed. larce iii..4 wr4 C Becond quality 34'34 First quality, small slies, fat and prime, for marnot butchers.. .3K$3i Large slue, still-fed, fat 3.V.&4 Becond quality, still-fed 3'4(3"i 4X44c. 4,W,'.0. New York Stock Market. [TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO NEW YORK, Oct. 3. Btooks higher but not active, flhlrnir,, .,.,1 11,1, i.i.j 82; Norw.ch and Worcester Prairie du Cheln 2nd (referred 3i: (lirv,.i ,n,i Toledo ,2)4'! Illinois Central scrip 6I; Michigan South ern guaranteed 78; American Gold l23jSI23ii; Facldo Mall I23X; New York Central 1U4X; Hudson lii; Harlem SIX; Harlem preferred 411; Michigan Central 80; Pitts burg, Fort Wayne and Chicago lat bonds 1)8; U. B. sixes 1881 coupons 104X; California sevens III; Brook lyn water loan !00; Indiana and Michigan 80; Illinois Central bonds 102; Terra Hauto and Whjh 3,1 hnn.i. 74X;Erlo4th bonds flO'i; Del. L. Ac W. 1(11; Galena and Ouicago 4, ( Cleveland and Flttsburi 35: Kr, r, 11- do preferred 83; Cleveland at Toledo CSJf; Treasury uum 1 .riu luajtatiiM; j,mm niiami na; Michigan Southern 4U; Michigan Southern second 31; Erie 2d boiids 120 : i'ittthurg. Fort Wavne At Chlcjurn 3,1 in, no in ioj; untcagooi norm western 1st 30k, do 2d 28; do assorted lionds 47; Cleveland, Columbus and Ulncinuall I'JJ: Panama 140i; Missouri sixes 4nu: Ten neasee sixes 51; llacine and Milwaukee 1I2X; United ouuea.u oi cuupon jux; ; iiegiMeroo U, 8. 5's '74oouponsui;ileglstercd 1-5; U. 8. (7 3-10) Notes lUt'i; Virginia Fives 5(1 I Tennessee Id-: Hannlhnl n',,.1 B(. Joseph bonds UJ; (Jnlie.l 8tites one year certifl cates VJU; Heading 03; Chlrdjo, BurliOL.t.in and QuIncyOl). IIIIK. AMUOa, jtup't. r. ANiios, Trias U V, V s , rOKTAIII.i: AMI .STAT I ON A ICV STEAM ENGINES, Castings, Shaftings, Pulleys, BOILERS, MILL GEARING & MACHINERY ENGINE PUMfS, TRIP HAMMERS, Improved Circular & Mulay SAW MI'LLS. ALSO, KVKttT DESCRIPTION Or RETORTS, PIPES AND CASTINGS, fOS COAL OIL AND OAS WORKS. 22. 1802 ly April Administrator' Sale. David Smiley. Jr., sdm'r of) David Smiley, nr., I vs. ' Ma i la Emtlcy, and others. J THE l!IVDI!l(lM;b, Ailiiiiiiutrn tor of the estate of David Bralley, Sen., deceased, in pursuance of an order of: he Probate Court of Franklin county.and Stateof Ohb, to him directed, will sell at pnbllc auction on the premises, on SiturJay, the 18th day of October, 1862, about 1 o'clock P. M. of said d. the following de- scribrrt real eata'e, situate In tbe county of Franklin, in THI'I DUIIC UI VIIIU, b The whole of Military Survey No 5,211 for 81 acres, the name of William Powell, granted to Jamea Tag. lor, by patent dated Oct. 15 183!, said survey being founded upon warrant Mo. VtiO, and conveyed to David Smiley, Sr., by James Taylor and wife, hv their deed dated March 3.1, 1840, as appears of record In Book No. 33, pages 50 and 51, In the ilecor.ler's ollico of said rranklin county. The said real estate will lie sold, free ami clear f dower. Tsrms or Baiji. One-third of the nurchaae monev to be paid on the day of sale; the balance la two equal an nual payments, with iuterot, payable annually, and to be secured by mortgage on the premises. Appraisers! per acre. UAVID H.M1LEV, JR., Administrator of DavidSmilev. 8r.. dpceau.l. septl7-Ultwtd. Sale of Real Estate DY ORDER OF COURT. Oft THE 4th DAY OF OCTOIItCIf, A. D. 1H63, at ltlo'clock in the afternoon, at the door of the Court Home In the town of Ooshocton, in Hie county of Coshocton, and Stateof Ohio, will be sold to the highest bidder, the following real estate as the prop erty of Aroold Medbery, deceased, to wit: The following lands and tenement! In the county of Franklin, In the tittle of Ohio: being twenty-five (25) feet in width, to be taken oil tbe east side of In-lot num. tiered four hundred and one (401) In the city of Oolnm bus, In the county and Stale aforesatJ, sold free of (low- . Appraised at I iuuu. uu. Alio, the undivided haif of In-lot numbered four hundred and two (402), in the city of Columbus, In the oounty or franklin atoresaid, subject to and encumber ed by the life eitateot Oarolino E. Medbery therein. Appr.lsed at9l5U0.V0. TtRMS or Sau. One-third of the purchase money to be paid on the day of sale, one-third in ooe year, and the residue In two years from the day of sale; the de terred payments to bear interest and be secured by mort gage on the premises. JOHN llllllNB, Adm'rof Arnold Medbery, deceased. Sepl3-dltfcw4w TANNERY WANTED. WE wlali to rent or bny lor Cauls a good TANNERY, located in a Chestnut Oak Bark oountry, and with good freighting laoilitles to Chicago TUttMSrt at ftlUWAV., No. 49, Lake Street, Chicago, Illinois, sept. 21-diw5t. 7 . r.rvi i ww - i ' ''i. NEW YORK, Oct. 3. Notice. ALEXANDER IIVJrSON IS NOT. I'l ed that Malinda Uutson did, on the 30th day of Aug ust. A. D. 180'-', file ber petition in the olticeor the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas of Franklin county. Ohio, charging the said Alexander Butson with extreme cruelty and gross neglect of duty, and asking tbat ahe may be divorced from the said Alexander Uutson; and that the custody of their child, Cinderella Ilutson, may be decreed to her; which petition will atand for hearing at tne next term oi aaiu uouri Dated, this 30th day or August, A. v. iwt By 0. HARRIS, aug31-dllkw6w. Plaintiff'! Attorney $10 Reward. STRAYED, ON THE 20th OF AUGUST, FROM the subscriber, one mile east of Oolumbns, on tho Johnstown road, A Small Bay Mare, Thin In flesh, with white hind feet, light man, very long tail, shod all round, and bai a sou over her right eye, . Tho above reward will be paid for the delivery of said mate or information where she can neiouna. HENRY CE08SAN ootl-dStfcwlt Plain Drab Alpacas. . rpBI Newest and most stylish Travsllng Material M. BAIN BUn, InneS fin Paris Fani. SO South High Btreet ' BAIN BON, ' j. 9e. Bouth HlglBtmt. juneS IMPERIAL SMUTS! SAID TO BE A SUPERIOR SHIRTI WARRANTED TO BE A GOOD FITTING SHIRT! YOU WILL FIND THEM AN ELEGANT MADE SHIRT THE LADIES SAVT THEY ARE A HANDSOME SHIRT A II who wear the artiole can find them at Nob. WSO 6c 253, Bouth Hish Bt , HMD-LEY. EBE1ILV & RICHARDS. JuneCI Kobol Notea I Rebsl Notes ! Just the Tiling for Hip Times. 1 OOO Agents Wanted. Ton Different Rebel Notes SENT POPT-PAID ON RECEIPT OF 25 Cents in Postofllce Stamps. A (font and .r,0 er tho ICO, I'rucln Supplied nt or 10 per ,ooi). Anyenergetic gentlemanor lady can make 9100 within the next thirty days, selling Co i j federate Scrip ! Try it!! Try it!!! If. pi want overyajeul in the cownlryti engage in ti.t vAo. O'P. S. Caih to accompany all ordert invari ably. Address, J. n. 8TUDEB . 17 East State Street, Columbus, Oh June26-tf DR. ADOLFUS'S Select School forYonng Gentl'nien AT FI.UUA1, IIKUM;, TWO iTIII.KS North of College 11111. The course ot study em braces the Ancient and Modern Languages, together with Mathematics, Natural Philosophy, Natural Untory snd Chemistry. The study ot Ihe French and German languages con stitutes a prominent feature ot the School. Assisted by teachers of eminence in science, the Principal feels Jus tided in promising his pupils all the benefits of a Euro pean education. The School is agreesbly situated on an extensive farm ; the house is a commodious building, measuring 175 feet in front. The School continues lo session during the hotseaion. as the refreshing rural scenery in which it ia located holds out great advantage. Terms, Including tuition, board, washing. fuel, light etc, 9.(30 per annum, payable quarterly in advance, RxriR tacts: Hon. Belamy SUirer, Prof. Geo K. Day, Laue Semina ry, S'. P. Cary, E,q., Wm. P. Hulbert, Esq., Robert raiiuncii, r.si.,muion rayicr, tsq..uon ueorge Hoad ley.Kev. It. Allyn. President We.ileyan female College David Gibson, Eiq., II Keasler, Eq., W. 8. Wright, oai,.. nun. i. a. biiiiio, u. r. uae, istq .ii. Uomans Jr., Washington McLean, Esq., E. P. Starr, Esq., eto uly2(l tf. rnsn j sav. i. n. wnret.tn. jonn r. kekrramcr. FAY, iEEREAMER & WHEELER, ATIOBNISH roil CLAIMANTS. omen, No. MT, Carpenter's BnlldinaT. Hish Sircol, Columbus. Ohio. RE NOW FRE PARED TO PROSECUTE ALL A Claims for fenslons. Bountv Land.I.n.t Ilnr.P. and other property. 33oxxnt3r Money, and all arrears of pay lor Widows or Heirs of decease Soldiers, Back pay due resigned OIBcts anddlscharged Soldicn INVALID PENSIONS. All Officers and Soldiers of the war with Great Britain the Indian wars or tbe war with Mexico, who weie wnnnd ed, d i leased or otherwise disabled while in the service of the United Htaces, All II I KTITl.lill TO P1JIVSI0.1S. For Soldiers who have become disabled while either In the three months', or three years' service in this present war. Bounty money for such aa have been dli charged for wounds or disease contracted while in the service. Collect all military claims almost tho United States, or any ul the Western States. We make no charges until the claim is collected. Apply or address fAY & NEKREAMER, No. 117 Caiper.ter's Building, IJIgh Street, Oolumbua July3-3md. Dr. A, J. VANDERSLICE, Lito Profeesnr of the Ecole Cliuique do Medi cine l'narmacy in Jt'arts. A FKACTITIOKER OF 20 YEAES, Announces to his friends and the public that he con- tlnura to devote hia time to the curing of the following diseases, vis: Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Fitt, Dropsy, Dys pepsia, Liver uomplulrjt, I ilea fistula, uout, Ithtimatism, Scrotum, Wmte Swelling, Nervous Affections, Fever aod Agno, Bilious Complaints, etc., etc., eto. Dr. Vanoerslivb has met with great success by his peculiar mode of treatment of diseases, where bther very eminent physicians have failed to produce a cure. To atteat his confidence tn h,s own skill and merits, he will undertake tne cure or all pa'lenta without charge except- ng tne oosi ot medicine; requiring no lee until altor he restoration of their health. Diseasea of a peculiar character he guarantees to re move radically in a few daya, without offensive or dele terlous medicine. lie warrants to all, no matter how severe or long standing the disease, aa effectual oure, or he requires no pay. Females suffering with Irregular! tics, or nervousne.'S, debility, eto., can be permanently cured ny ut. v invalids tn any seoiton ot tne oountry, by addresiing a letter to blm post paid, and Inclosing a fee, can bave advice, and medicine will be promptly sent to them. Vj-' Residence, two doors from the corner of Green and noyd Htreeis, Louisville, Ky. OlUce hours from 8 to 12 a. m., and from 2 to 7 D. m. Dr. A. J. v ANDKUSLIOH can produce over one hundred certificates of the speedy cure of various dis eases, can anu see nim, CONSULTATION CRATIS. Washington Hotel, Broad Street. JACOB FAHRBACH. This Is to certify that I wai afflicted with Fistula In Ano for six years. Alter trv lng every remedy, I placed myself under the care of Dr. A. J. Vanderalice, of Louisville, and in three months was perfectly cured Given under my hand Ihii 31st of September, 1858. J. BUUARUAN, Boston, Mass. Thia la to certiry that I have been afflloted with Piles for seven years. After trying all known remedies, and falling, Dr. A. J. Vanderslic performed a perfect oure in tnree montm. LOUIS COURNAT O Person! tcAo art not afflicttd. in lehon handi my card may fall, mil plrati dulrtbute ucA card fo the agucicd. Ipt3-tf '" Medical Notice to Families of Volunteers. STY PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ARE 1Y1 herewith tendered to the families of Volunteer! (grataltomly) residing tn Columbus or vicinity, and re quiring meaioai services, auring tno war. . Offio and residence 287 South High itreet, 010. W. MARIS. tnlvtt : : ' ' Great Books in Press. THRILLING INCIDENTS or THE GREAT REBELLION; . 01, The Heroism of oar Soldiers & Sailors ILLUSTRATED. 1 vol., large 12mo. Price, $1 25. rpiIH CRITICS AND THE PUBLIC ABB RIGHT X in predicting that this will eurpais, In grapbio nar rative, exciting interest, and extensive popularity, an other histories of the war for the Colon. Its theme will be Ihe heroic daring, patient suffering, and nair-breadth escapes of our soldiers and sailors, and Its Incidents will mrm a theme or oonversation at innumerable firesides for years to oome. It will contain. In addition to its stirring details, the philosophical Analysis of tho Causes ol the War. bs John LoTHRor Motlst. LL.D.. author of "The Rise of the Dutch Republic.'' eto . the dates of all the Important events from the Jonn Brown raid, and an accurate and revised account of me principal battles with engravings. One third the proceeds of all Subscriptions lent dl rect to us Will be given for the Belief of I'Uabled Sol dlers, and al I persons who wish a copy of tbe work, and also to benefit tbe soldiers, should rend their name and address at once. Also, any officer or private, or person ir any section of the oountry, having Knowledge or htroic aot or stirring Incident, will oblige us by sending us an account of It. Bookkujers, PotTHAiTiRs, and OANVAisma AaotTS will he furnished with a Subscription Prospectus, on ap piira'ion to me r uousbcrs. TTP A liberal comnviMton cltim to toldler dsilr- tig waaiai agnut tn laKtng luoicrtpiioru. II. The lliatory of American Manu factures from 1608 to 1860. B; Dr. J. Liander Bishop.. 2 vols. 8vo. Vol. 1. now ready. Vol. II. nearly ready. This Is probably tho largest and moat Important work now in tno American press. Wo have also Just published new editions of the fol towing nseiui ana popular books: TTW BUSINESS MAN'S LEGAL ADVISER; or, How tn Save Money, by Conducting Business According to Law, as rxpounuea oy the Vest and latest anthorl- ties, luopp., sheep. Price, 91. OPPORTUNITIES FOR INDUSTRY; or, A Thousand Chances to Make Money. Cloth, 91. This has been republished in England. Every business man and clerk should have these books. They will pay the buyer a hundred fold. Every parent minuid get idem lor their ions All thene books are mailed, oosttaid. on receiot of price. He pay particular at'ention to mailing books, wrapping them carefully, and will procure and send, posipaiu.any noon anywhere, on receipt or publishers price and six stamps. Address F&EEDLIY & CO., Tribune Buildiogs, New York, I'lAftON. Persons who desire to buv a Piano of Ihe wit makers will be shown how they can save a band some sum In the purchase If they address Piano, care joy, una st co. , runiishers- Agents, New York p. o. J uly 11 dtir&wfomfera'(H Dr. WM. B. KURD'S DENTAL REMEDIES ARI THE BEST IN TH WORLD FINE TEETH & A SWEET BREATH, AMD CCR1NO TOO i'lIACUE & NEURALGIA. DU YOU WISH TO BE ULESMEO Willi Snd admired for Pearlt Wnm and flnnnd TKETIll UeeDR. WM. B. HURD'S UNRIVALEL TOOTH POWDER, warranted free from acid, alkali, or any Injurious subitance. Price, 25 cents per box. lf iteware of tbe ordinary cheap Tooth Powders, which whiten but destroy. no you with to be certain that your BREATH Is nure. sweet, and agreeable to husband or wife, lover or friends? Use DR. HURD'S CELEBRATED MOUTH WASH. Price, 37 cent! per bottle. ihis astringent wash Is alio tbe best remedvln the world for Cankir, Bad Breath, Bl.imro Goals, Bosa Mooth, etc. It has cured hundreds. Do you. or vour children sutler from TOOTnACflltt Get DR. HURD'S MAGIC TOOTH ACHB DROPS. Price, 15 cents per bottle. Are you aOlicted with NEURALGIA! Get DR. W. . HURD'S NEURALGIA PLASTERS. The most ef fective and delightful remedv known. iney do n. t adhere nor blister, tiutiootho and charm patnaway. Try them. Trice, 18 and 37 cenU. Mall ed on receiot of nrice. Do you niab a complete act of DENTAL REMEDIES and a Tscatisi on Psistuvina thi Trt-mJ Oct DR. WM. B. UURu'S DKNTAL TREASURY, the ucmcsi anu most vaiuaDie present mat one friend can maao to another, rrico, (1. Sent by Express on re celptof price. For sale at all the best stores throughout theconntrr. Cactioh. As there are dealera who take advantage of our auveru cmenta to impose upon tneir customers In ferior preparations, it Is necessary to insist upon having what you call for, and you will ear thi rwst. thorough ly tested, and prepared by an expeiienced aid scientific U'ntist, Tieasurer or the New York State Dentist s As sociation, and Vico President of the New York City Dental Hoclety. Address WM. B. HUftD & CO., New York. iilyl4-dtwAwljfromreb2C'C2 The Housekeeper's NEW FURNITURE POLISH. PUEPAItED FltWM AN IITIPKOVED tecipe by the pr.Trietor of ihe "BRornia Jona than P.,lih," is certified by all the leading New York Furniture Dealera and Piano-Forte Makera to be tbe best in tho world for removing Scratches, Marks and Din, and restoring a high and lasting gloas to all kinds of Varnished Work, from Vurtjituro to Leather. It Is cheaper and better than Varnish, dries immediately, and is easily applied. With a piece of Canton Flannel and a bottle or two of this Naw Furniture Polish, a House keeper can work n agio in the furniture of a house and keep it looking like new. Now is the time to ' thine np'' your Tables, Chairs, Desks, Pianos, Picture Frames, Oarriages, eto.. and make them look fl'ty per cent, bet ter. This is true economy. For sale by Furniture Dealers and Storekeepers generally. Price. 25 and 50 cent a bottle. Depot No. 1, Spruce Street. New York . 8FEOIAL Aoenti Wanted. Address box 1972, New Yona P. 0. July lt-dtw&wlyfromfebSG'G? Do yon want Whiskers? Do yon want a Moustache 1 If , purchase ore bottle of E. E. CHAMPION'S EXCEUtOn INVIGORATOH! The world renowned Toilet the only artlolo of the kind ever offered the people of the United States. The above article u the only one used by the French; la London and pans it is in universal nse. THE EX0ELSI0R Whisker Invigorator ! ! Is a Beautiful, Economical, Soothing, yat Stimulating Compound, acting aa if by maglo upon the roots, caus ing a beautiful growth pt luxuriant beard. If applied to the scalp, It will core Baldntu. and tf applied ac cording to directions, it will cause to spring up in bald spots anno growth ot fresh, soft hair. THE CELEBRATED Excelsior Invigorator ! Is an Indispensable article In every Gentleman's Toilet. and after on week's nse they would not, for any consid eration, be without it The above article will, In from four to eight weeka, bring out a thick set of Whiskers or Mocstachjei The subscribers are the only Agent for th above ar ticle In the United States, They would also aonounoe lo th pub lie that thai are Agent for NAPOLEON'S HAIR TOILET 1 The only article ever offered to th French people that would (Jcirl BTRAtauT hairi uie above Toilet being manufactured for th sole benefit of Louis Napoleon" which artiole li now indispensable to his toilet room. The subscriber, feeling confident that this Toilet must necessarily take the place of all other ever offered to the public, take pleasnrs In expressing their confidence Iu the article, gaining it from practical nse. The Napoleon Hair Toilet Will Oorl Straioht Hair In Soft, Silken, Flowing Curls, that will remain lo ahap for one day or one week, If desired, or any longer period, If the directions are strictly followed, which ara very simple and easy. The Hair Toilet does not in any manner Interior with th Natural 8oflntt of (A Bair. It neither soorchei nor dves Hi but lvs th hair a (oft, thrittv appear sue. It also prevent! th hair from faUikg of and turning gray. , The Napoleon Hair Toilet nai been before the nubile bat a ibort time, and bat al ready been tested by over one thousand personal and they testify that the Napoleon Hair Toilet la th greatest beantiner ever oaereu to arte amenoan people. To prevent thi Toilet from bain oountsrfelted or I: Hated by unprincipled person, w do aot offer it tor sale at any Druggist's In the United Stats. Therefore any'.Lady or Gentleman who desire Soft, Luxuriant Hair and Ourls. and Long, Soft Whiskers or Moastaob. can prooar th Invigorator or Toilet, either ooa, for one dollar, tnolomd tn a letter, witn ineir anuress. . Addres 0. F. BPKNY It 00., . . : :. Box 183, OolUntvUI, - ' - , it Hartford Co., Cona And It will b carefully teat by retur mall. ... .,, , fb3-dtwwl j u )-.. -r- ,,.).: a AYER'S Sarsaparilla foe PUMFYnya the blood. And for the speedy ear of tb followlnf -flplainr. '. "Ba r"slos AaTeeth,aactt liimors.lllsers, Horwa, a-aptlosa. Plmplea, kiuatnles, MloUh., IloU; 'Mains, ana nil kla UUeaaw. i n a... a r OAixawD,lnd 6th Jons, I860. J. C. Arsa 4 Co. Gentai I feel It my duty to a ku mlcilgo what your Baraaparllla has don tor mt. Having inherited a Scrofulous Infection, I hav sufbred liotn it in various ways for years. Sometimes it burst out in Ulcers on my hands sod annS) anottioM u turned lnwiud and distressed me at tb stomach, two yeiua iiko it broke out on my head and covered my scaip mid eius with one soro, which was painful and i"-Hit"mi hi-yond ilesri lption. I triad many medicine! and several .ln -l.-lun., but without much relief from any thing. In la. t. the diwider grow worse. At length I waa rejolosd to i i iul In the Uosjiel Messenger that you bad prepared mi altvi allse (Nannporilla), for I knew from your roputav ii. n Unit liny tiling; yau made must be good. I sent lo (.mi iniiali and got it, and uaed It till it cured mo. I took it, as j on mlvliio, In ainall dosea of a teaspoon ful over uii.nili, und used almost thi-ee bottle. New and healthy km noon begun to form under the scab, whisu after . lul,, Ml off. My shin is now clear, and I know by niy l.-i hut-a i bat the disease baa gone from my system. You ran ivi-ll Mii.v. imt I feel what I am saying whoa I tell you, that I hold yen to be ono of (lis apostles of Uwese. and irinain ever gratefully. Ynnr. gratefully. Yours. ALFRED B. T ALLEY. Fit. Anthony' Plre. ,., ,noss or uryainwla, l i'l I - anil timY t . - c f . Z' Roa or Kry - r. utam Aiena, ltingvvorm, Soro Kye, Dropiy. Dr. Robert 31. Preble write from Salem, N. Y12lh bopt., 1869, tbat lie ha enred an Inveterat case bf Drops, which threatened to terminate fatally, by tb persovorlng use of our Baraaporilla, and also a daugerou Malignant Hryiipelat by large doses of tb same; says ho euro, the common Eruption by It constantly. Dronchocele, Goitre or Swelled Keck. Zi bid Bluaii of Prospect. Texas, writes "Tor bot- ti.'i. nf vour 8armpnrilla cured me from a Goiirtl hid- ci'ii. Miviiiug on the neck, which I bad suffered from over two years." f.ruc orrlioen or IVIiltes, Ovarian Tutor, I torlue Ulceration, Female Dleeaie. Dr. J. B. 8. Channlng, of New York City, writs j I molt cheerfully comply with the request of your agent In iiying I have found vour 8annrarillaamostxcallnt n!tn.itive in tlio niimeron complaint for which w iiiiny ni ii a remedy, but wpeclnlly In trmal Vltsut r i lip Pcrnftilon diatheils. I have cured many Invster- ii ic i.s of nenn hoea by It, mid some where the com i lniiit ivim can.ed by tdcci atinn of the utmit. Tb ulcer- n i n Hiclf was soon cured. Nothing witbin my koowi- I - 1'iiiiuls It for these femnle dcrnngements." Kdward S. Marrow, of Newbury. Ala., write. "A dan- rflmiii oiwrton firmor on one of the females in my family, Mi!. Ii hail defied all the remedies wo could employ, has nt li-ngdi lieon completely cured by your Extract of Sar apaillln. Our phyalcinn thougJit nothing but extirpa tion could afford relief, but he advised the trial of your gaiB.ii.irill.i ns the last resort before cutting, and it proved ,'flecttial. After tnkingyonr remedy eight week no symptom ol tlio disease remains." Syphill and Mercnrlal Dlaease. New Oruani, 25th August, 1850. Vn. J. C. A TER! Sir. I cheerfully comnlv with the re- qiif-t of your agent, and report to you some of tb Bsct 1 Inve realised wltb your Harmparlll. i navn cured with It, In my practice, most of th com plaint fur which It Is recommended, and have found iu tte.-u ii uiy wonderful In the cure of reneivaf awd iltr atrial f)ur,itr. One of my patients had Syphilitic nicer in hia lliruit, which were consuming bis pslate and th top or bis mouth. Your Saraapaiilla, steadily taken, cunil I lint in livo weeks. Another was attacked by sec-ondii!)- symptoms In his noso, and the ulceratkn had eatt u away a considerable part of It, so that I believe the diwir.l.ir uould soon reach Lis brain and kill him. But it yii ideii to niy administration of your Sarsaparilla; th ulcr In all, and ho Is well again, not of course without Boino tllrlignrntion to his face. A woman who bad been treated lor tho same disorder by mercury was snffsrlog from this poison in hor bones. They had become ao sen sitive to the weather that on a damn davsbe iu farad at. cruciiitinK pain in her Joint and bones. She. too, was cured entirely by your Sarsaparilla tn a V seeks. I know from its formula, which your agent guve mo, tbat tills 1'roptirntlon from your laboratory must be a great remedy; consequently, these truly remarkabl result with it have not surprised me. r rntenuuiy yours, O. V. LARIMER, M. E. Rheumatism, Gont, Liver Complaint iMiCPF.nnr.Nci:, Preston Co., Va., 6tli July, 1859. Da. .1. C. Avin : Sir. I have been aflllcled with a rain. fill chronic lllirumctitm fur a long lime. which honied Lb skill id phyniriiiis, and stuck to nie In spit of all tb reuiedies 1 could And, until I tried vour Saniararilla. On bottle cured me in two weeks, and restored my general ' health so much that I am far better than before I was attacked. I think it a wonderful medicine. J. FRE AM. Jules Y. Getchell.of Bt.Ucnls. writes t "I have ban afflicled for yours with nu affection nf tin Lhtr, which destroyed my health. I tried every thing, and every thing . fulled lu relieve in?: and I hove been a broken-down man f r oine yeain from no other cause than derarommtof Vic Liver. My beloved paator, the ltcv. Mr. Espy, advised uio to try your Sarsaparilla, because he said he knew too, urn any iiiing yon mane was worth trying, ny the li (cas us of Und It has cured me. and has so nitrified mv blood .as to make u new man of mo. I feel young again. Th beat that can be suld of you is not half good enough." Schlrriis.Cnnccr Tumors, Enlargement, nceraiion, uriei ana scxiouation or the liones. j A great variety of cases have lieen re par tad to ns wbsr cures of these formidable complaints have resulted from the no of this remedy, but onr space hciowlll not admit lliein. Some of them niny be found in our America Almanac, which tlio ogenta below named aro pleased B furnish gratis to all who call for them. Dy-spcpnln, Heart Disease, Fit, Epilep sy, Melancholy, Neuralgia Many inninrkable euros of (lies affections bar been mudo by tho alterative power of this medicine. It stimu lates the vital functions Into vigorous action, and thus overcomes disorders which would be supposed beyond It! reiii-h. Such u remedy has long been required by the ne cessities of the people, and we are confident that this Will do for them all that medicine can da Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, FOR THE ItAPID CURE OP Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Hoarienei Croup, Iironcliitli, Incipient Con sumption, and for the Relief of Consumptive Patient in advanced Stage of th Disease. This Is a remedy so universally known to surpass any other for the cure of throat and lung complaints, that It is useless her to publish the evidence of Its virtue. Its unrivalled excellence for coughs and colds, and Its truly wonderful cures of pulmonary disease, bavo mad it known throughout the civilised nation of th arLb. Few nro tho communities, or even families, among tbso who have not some personal experience of its enact some living trophy in their midst of Its victory over tb subtle and dangerous disorders of the throat and lung. As all know the dreadful fatality of thee disorders, and aa they know, too, the effects of this remedy, w need not do more than to assure them that it haa now all th vii tups that it did have whan making the cures which havs won so strongly upon the confidence of mankind. Prepared by Or. J. C. AYEE &, CO., Lowell, Sag and for sal by G. ROBERTS. Columbus, and by all dealers In medicine everywhere. April 18, lMtii-dAiweowiy EFFERVESCENT SELTZER APERIENT, Thia valuable and popular Medicine has universally r eelved the most favorable recmmendatlons of the Medical PaomeioN and th Poauo as th moit RrncntNT ano aqresabls SALINE APERIENT It may beuaed with the best effect la Bi!liou$ and Febrile Dueaeet, Coitiven Sick Headache, Nauta, Late of Appetite, Indigeilion, Acidity of the Stomadk, Torpidity of the Liver, Oout, Rheumatic Affection, Gravel, Gout, AND ALL COMPLAINTS WHERE A. Grentle find tDoolino? Aperient .uirecL t'urjratiTe is Iteq. It is particularly adapted to th want of Travelers by Sea and Land, Residents In Hot Climate, Persons ol Sedentary Habit, Invalids and Oonvalesoent; Captains of Vessel and Planter will find- It a valuable addition to their Medical Chest. It Is In the form of a Powder, caief ully put up in bottlx to keep in any climate, and merely requires . , water poured upon It to produce a delightful effervescent . beverage. Numerous testimonial from professional and othf gentlemen of th highest standing throughout tb ooun try. and it steadily Increasing popularity for a serl of years, strongly guarantee It efficacy and valuabl char acter, and commend It to tb favorable notice of an In telligent publlo. Manufactured only by TARRANT & CO., No. 278 Greenwich 8t., cor. Warren 8t Noxxr Troxls., AND FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS GINIRAIAY. April 84, ltfttt-dawly . . Shooting Gallery, Tni undersigned begs leave to Inform his frtal s that he ha fitted np a 8H00TIK0 GALLERY AT THE ' VERANDAH ON STATU STUPITT isood flans, Air Oan, Pistols and Refreshment, nor 13-d t aiMmo srnHiins- PURE WINES. v I : PURE BRANDIES. ' 7.. ' PLTRI WHISKIES. - - ; For medicinal parposs, for sal by ., WH. B. R1BTI1ACX.