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SUNDAY MORNING, NOV. 2, 1863.
Rail Road Time Table. ol trains at bus. On and after June Id, M2, tnloi will leave u lol low: Lima Miami a OnuMiDia Xuu B. B. Leaves. Arrives Cincinnati Accommodation. 5:S0 A. M. B:l P, M, Day tjprcu 11.30 A.M. 11:00 A.M. Mill 4:10 P, M. 3:10 P. M, Night Ispress, via Dayton, 100 midnight. 3:30 A.M. JNO. W. DOHERTY, Agent. OutuMRdt As Guvsukd B It. Night Brnreee 1:00 A. M. 11:30 P. M New IforksSipress 11 10 A.M. 11:00 A.M. 0,0 4 0. Way Express ... 3:40 P. Is 10 15 P. M JAMES PATTERSON, Agent. OkxtkalOuioS. B. No. 3 Bipress.... 3:50 A. M tiu. 4 KiprtiitoNewsrli.il: 10 A. M No. S tiiimi l-'U P. M I Ml p. M 11:10 A. M. W. J. FELL, Agent. Pirresna.sn, itaixmiris at Ouumm B. K. Mall T raid 3:50 A.M. 11:45 P. M Bipr.isTraln 11:10 A.M. 11:10 A.M. JOS. ROBINSON, Agent. Ootimi t a iRuuaoroLU, B. B. (COLI'lltni PlDi a iKDURt It. ft.) No. IGxpresi... C:30 A. M. 10:40 A, M. No.V ' 3:00 p. M. 4:50 P. M. JNO. W. HILL, Agent. State and Local News. STATE MATTERS. Tut followlug promotions' bare been tnade in ' the 39jo Oiilo, Colonel Utoetbcck: Lleutcutct CoIonol EdwarJ F. Noyes, to Colonel, vice Gilbert, resigned; Major Ilenrj T McDawd, to Lieutenant-Colonel; Captain William H. Litbrop.to Major; lat Llcatenant Charles O. Knowles. to CanMio, vice Beniamln. resigned; Si Lieutenant J. II. Parker, to lat Lieutenant, ioe Hjpes, migued; Sergeant J. R. CodcioI. to lat Lieutenant, vlco Koowles; W. R. Kobe, to 21 Lleotcnant, rice Parker. - Tm following officers hive resigned: Colonel Moses R. Dickey of the 10th; Cap tain M. 8. Gunckle of the 35(h; Captaiu Ana tin F. Miller or tho 34ib; Major Lymau J. Jackaon of the 11th. A . McCluai, of Hagerstowu, Indiana, la ap paiutcd Aaalataut-Sorgeon ot tho 53th Ohio. Thk New Yoik correspondent of tho Phila delphia Ledgtr writes that Biahop Mclivalne ol t'lii State will return to Earope in the course of ' few weeks on some important mission, the nature of which has not jet transpired. It Is aid not to bo improbable that be will be ac companied by Thurlow Weed. (E. C. Beciwith, of Marietta, has been ap pointed Medioal Examiner ot applicants for pensions. John Portei Brown, a native of Chlllioothe, who is a dragoman at Constantinople, forward ed last year to hla native city a check for one hundred dollars to bo distributed among needy familios of men who had volunteered, aud on the 16ih ol September last he enclosed another check for one hundred dollars to Col. John Me ,diry, with tlio request that it be handod to the Military Committee, to be used in furthering volnuteoring. LOCAL MATTERS. The tffioera of the 84th and 124th regiments will meet here to-morrow (MoBday), to com pleto the proposed consolidation of these two regiments. Adjotant-Gknsiil Him. returnei to the oily oa Friday, after a foftnigbl'a absence at his home iu Toledo. An tuuute, we learn, occurred lu the encamp aout of the 85th Ohio t Camp Wallace, re laltlag In putting a compaoy of the soldiers in th guard houao, the demolition of that struct ure, the release of those confined therein, and the disarming of the guards on the lines of the enoampment. Thi Atbenenm was well filled last evening at the benefit of Mr. Donaldson, as it was on the previous evening at the benefit ot Mr. Ral ton. Tho tricks In mngio aud ventriloquism and the other feats of Mr. Donaldson last even. Ing were handsomely performed and excited universal admiration. The pantomimio repre sentations passed off with great eolat. The Atheneum will be open to morrow (Mon day) night with freab attractions. Ma Cox, of the Stats Department, has placed us under renewed obligations, by sending to our office bound copies of the House aud Sonate Journals of our State Legislature daring its last session. A GnKtT Rattlx 13 Imbinint" it will surely bo fought on Taenia? next not with bullets but with ballots. We shall this week bear of bloodless, yet decisive victories achieved over the combined forces of Disunionlcm, North and South. May God speed tbo right, and bind op the wounds of our poor bleeding country. Childsin should be well cared for at all seasons ol the year; yet in Winter we think It would be well to "let them elide." Shall I learn to danoel To this question by a young reader, the American Agriculturiit replies t Certainly, by all meia Commenoo with the "quickstep" ont of bed in the morning, and keep it up until the "chores" are finished. The boys of course will have a "cote-drill" at the barn, while the girls are engaged in a "country. dance" In tbo kitchen. After this all hands "change" and promenade to school, keeping step to the muslo of merry laughlor. .Repeat the same on tbo way home at night, with an occasional variation In Winter by "nipping the toe" and having a "break-down" in a snow bank. At a late term of the Ashland Court of Com mon Pleas, Miss Wallace obtained a verdloof eighteen hundred dollars against ,T.,C. De Haven for breach of marriage promise after a courtship of about nine years, being at the rate of tiro hundred dollars s. jtar. Cheap enough. t ' ' j .i: . -V Thi following inoldont Is said to have taken place on the railroad between 'Cincinnati and this oity, a day or two alnoe, at a small village not a hundred miles off..., The train. 'had stopped, and the conductor song out,-"Fiftcen mlautes for dinner!" The narrative proceeds: The passengers, of whom there happened to be a large number, rushed Into the dining apartment and took their seats at the table, one or them depositing his carpet-bag in the ohalr next to bim. At the usual time the landlord passed around to make bis collection, calling upon the aforesaid passenger for his psymeni fordlnner. ,-' ' , ' - 1 " How much!" says the passenger. "Eighty cents," replied the landlord, "Eighty omU for dinner! why that is ex tortionate," I ' ' . ' ! No air, it is not extortionate, .. Ain't that your oarpet'bag7" t Yes, sir; that la m oarpet bsg." Well, that oarpet-bsg odonpies a seat, and r I mint charee for it."' " ' ' "Oh I ie that the oase? . Well, hero Is your eighty cents." L ' - -' - Turning to the oarpet bsg, the passenger re marked; " Well, Mr. Carpet-bsg. M you have not bad mnoh to eat, suppose e tako some thine" at the same time opening its mouth, . l I- k.lf . k. . nhlnlr. and turning umu ,. "" . i.t of crackers, and sundry other art! oles, amid the roM of laughter of the other HaMAtisTArt The prevailing opinion among the passengers was that we oerpf ub wvu. Ma. Shanks has a dancing academy In Cine olnuati. Many years ago, tbey had one in New York kept by a Mr. and Mrs. Wbale. Wanted. A middle aged woman to do plain sewing, and to be generally useful about the house. To one coming well recommeuded, fair wages will be given. The advertiser re sides some two miles la the country. Address "8. D.," Poetoffice Box 740, or ap ply at this office. oclS9-tf TmboBt advice that can bo taken Is to satis your natural teeth and ktep your gums sound by using Hudson's unrivalled Tooth Paste. Uall for It at binder's, Marple's, Bamnnrs, Konert-a, w hood's, acQuoiier's, snaup's, Den Ig's, Ridgway 'd, J. Fowler's, D. D. S , or at Druggists, Dentists or fertnmnrs anywhere. iry it one ana an. FARM FOR SALE. rruiK NijRSfiitistRii. nrri.it . . . X for aale bit farm on the flcloto river. on the Dublin road ili milea (four mllea by railroad) irom Oolnmbm, oontalnina 1S3 acrea of una, errant vu acrea ol wb led u tillable ana Drodactire: S9 urea ii in woode, under a good fence and la aaed as a paaure, ana naa on it a atream or water wiiicn doee not dry up in luminer nor freeae much In winter. There la on Itayouni orohaidcontainbis about 17 acrea of bud ded fruit treoa. moit y peach, of oholce varletlea. which naa una year for the oral time borne a large ana valu able crop. There li also nn It a young vineyard. Tbla property u deairable, either to the farmer or the Bortt onlturlat. ... Terms accommodating. Application mav be made to lbs aubaoMber, or to John w . Andrews, Keg. E. P. BATOBBR. Oot. SO-M. No. 990 Town atreet. BY laTJTSJAl, CON8KHT OF TUB parties thurelo, th copartnenhlp heretofore xUt lux between the anderalraed. under the Dime and firm ol J1BK a KIBQWAI, U thli Any dlMolred. All debt! dne Ibe firm will be paid to Stephen B. Bldgway, ana uie maeetednen or me urm will im paid by him. B. It. H1UUWAX, JNO. t. FISK. Oolumhui.O , Oot. S3, 16C2. S. B. Ridgway's Drug Store, a (Suooeanor to BHeU Sc Ridgway.) No. 50 North High Street, Corner of uay una mga, OOIiUMBUS, O., DEALIR IN Drug,, Djee, Painti, Oils, Window Glue, Ohemlcali, rerruniery, nancy uooai, Vint winei ana Liiqaon, Cigert and Tobacco, and all else pertaining to tbe trade. oct34-dS DR. ROBT. THOMPSON Suro-eon & iPhvsicia-n. Oillca High Htreet, North of Broad (No. 10). Eeeldenct. N. fourth (Market) Street, near soma of faring. SLfDi- T., aa heretofore, treaa all d!aauaa of ye. Oolnmbna, Deo. 9, dfcwtf. A DEAF AND DTJITIB Hdl, AHOtT 1. twelve yean of tge, went by the 0. a 0. B. B. to Cleveland on tbe 13th alt. lie la email (or bie age, wllb black hair and anarp black eyei, wore a blackjack' et and nanta. and a black felt hat. the initials of hla name, II. D., being marked npon hla clothing. Be haa been paealng from one atatton to anotker on different rallroada. and was aeen at Alliance on uie IB in nit. Information aa to where be may be found will be utankruiiy received by the Bnperintenaent or me mail' tntlon for the Deaf and Dnmb. Oolynboe, Oct. 7. lboS-dtwtf. I. f. BINOMAM. i. o. M'etimT. BINGHAM & M'OUFSEY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW COLUMBUS, OHIO. ffI0K -In lleadley, Bberly a Bicharda' Building S U) flontb High Bbreet. . apl7-dly. LADEE3' EMBROIDERED EID fV SPPEUIOB UUAI.ITY AT f 00 J per pair, uat opened by BA1.1 tt BU.1, No. 83 to SO South Blgh atreet. aug31 Do yen want Whiskers ? Do yon want a Moustache 1 If , purohaas one bottle of E. E. CHAMPION'S EXCEtStOS mVIGORATOR! The world renowned Toilet the only article of the kind ever offund the neonle of the United Btatee. The above article Is the only one need by the fronchi in London and Paris It Is In universal use. TBI EXCELSIOR Whisker Invigorator 1 1 la a Beautiful. Icononlcal. Boothlng, yet Stimulating Oourponnd, acting aa if by magto upon the roota, eaua ing a beautiful growth ot luxuriant beard, if applied tn the acalo. it will ears Saidtuu. and If applied ac cording to dlrectlona, it will canae to ipring up in bald apota a line growth of rann, aori bai . . TBB OKLBBBATBD Excelsior Invigorator I la an lodlmanaabla article in every Gentleman's Toilet, and after one week's uas they would not, for any oonald- eratlon.be without it. The above erucie wi in irom four to eight weeks, bring oat a thick let of Wnrauss or HourraOBSi The aubaorlbers are the only Agenta for the anovs ar- tlcle In the United States. The wonld alio announoa to tha nublls that they ars Agents for - NAPOLEON'S HAIR TOILET ! The only article ever offered to the French people that rnnlil final. Ktuibrt HaikI the aboYA Toilet beint manufactnred for the solo benefit of Louie Napoleon) which artiole la now Indispenaable to hla toiiei room. The aubacribera, feeling confident that thli Toilet mnat neoeaaarlly take the place of all others ever offered to the public take pleaaura in sxpreaalng their confidence la the article, gaining it irom praoucai nao. I The Napoleon Hair. Toilet . Will Ocrl Btiluobt Hum. In Soft, Silken, Flowlnt Ourli, that will remain In ahaps for one day or one week, if dealred, or any longer period, if the direction, are alrlctly followed, which are very ilmple and eaay. The lalr Toilet does not in any manner inunere wiu Um Jfaiural Softntu of Ma Sair. It neither aoorohei nor dyoa It; bat glvea the hair a soft, thrlity appear ance. . It also pievenls the hair from fatting of and turning gray. The Napoleon Hair Toilet Has been befers the public bat a short Urns, and has al ready been tea ted by over one thonaand peraonil and thev teatlfv that the Napoleon Hair Toilet la the sreateat beautlBer ever offered to the American people. To crevent this Toilet Iron being counterfeited or Im Hated by unprlnolpled peraona, we do not offer it fo aale at any urnggiat a in me unitea panel, xnerero any.Lady or Gentleman who deaires Soft, Luxuriant H ana uuril, ana tiong, tan irniuraor uoiuuKiao, o procure the Invigorator or Toilet, either one, for o dollar, Inclosed in a letter, With their addreat. Addreaa i U. Dfani uv., Box Wl, OolUnavllle, Hartford Oo., Conn. And It will be oafefnlly sent by return mall. feb3-dtwawiy DR. ADOLFUS'S Select School for YoDng Gentrmen AT VXOHAlY HOIJ8E. TWO MIL.ES North of Oollexe Hill. The course of study em braces the Anolent and Modern Languages, together with Mamemauoi, natural rnuosopny, natarai uiaiory and Chemistry. - ........ The study or the yrencn ana oeraan languages con stitutes a prominent feature of the School. Aaalated by teachers of smlnenoe tn solenos, the Principal (tela jus tilled In promising his pupils all the beneUta of a Euro pean education. the house is aoommodlens oauaing, measuring Hi feat in front. " .' - .' Tha Hhnnl continue! in aeaaion aunng ins not aeaios. as the refreshing rural scenery tn which It Is located nolda ont great aavaniagea. Tarma, tuolodlng tuition, board, waahlng, fuel, light etc, sjuo per annum, payable quarterly tn advanos.. ' USraSSSMSl' Bm. Iilui atAfar. Prof. flea. 1. Day. Lane Seminar rr. B. . Oar. Ban.. Wm. P.. Hulberb I Ml., Bobart Bltchell, Baq.,MUtonSaylr, Baq., Bon- Osorgs Boad ley, Kev. K. Allya, Prealdenl Wealeyaa female College, David Glbeon, Kiq.( II. Kesalsr, laq., W. 8. Wright, Ktq.,uon. 4 . B. Biaiio, v. r. oae, a.aq., r. uomana, Jr., Waihing ton McLean, Baq., , p. Starr, Iiq., etc. jaijsv-K. TELEGRAPHIC. Reported for the Ohio Statesman. O For Morning and Afltrnoon Rtparti, ite urn rage. Evening and Midnight Reports. Shooting of J. F. Bollmyer. Datton. 0 . Nov. 1. J. F, Bdllraver. editor of tbe Dajton Empire, was sbol dead this mornlni bv Heorv M. Brown, a battor of tbls olty. ine dillioalty grew out of a personal misunderstanding between tbe parties, occa sioned by the shooting; of a dog belonging to Bollmyer by one of Bollmyer's sons. Brown gave himself np, and was taken to jail. This affair baa occasioned much excitement on our atreots. Federal Victory in Arkansas. HEADQUARTERS, MARSHFIELD, MO., October 22. To Mnjor-Oeneral CurtU: I bavo tbe honor to report that on tho even ing of the SOtb, I received Information of a party of rebels moving toward a point within eight miles, and en route to join the rebel force In the Southwest. I Immediately took ono hun dred and five men of the 10th Illinois cavalry and Started at five P. M. to Intercept them. 1 came on their pickets about half past eight o'oiock, arove mem in ana attacked their mam force, about two thousand strong, killing four, wounding many, and capturing twenty-seven prisoners, among tbsm one Captain, who in forms me that Col. Dorsey was In command. I also captured a number of horses, saddles, shot guns, murkets and rifles. My loss was one killed and one wounded. This party was orgaotzed by Kucker and Hughes, who sign themselves Majors In the Confederate army. Tbev scattered iu evcrv direotion through the mountains, large portions returning in tne same direction tbey came; bnt they were so completely surprised that they never tried to collect together again. Tbe largest trail I could And iu any one party was ten. I followed it for fifty miles the next day, when It likewise scattered in overv direction. and I ordrred Capt. McMahono.of Co. E, State militia, to gather them in. TJiey are com pletely disorganized. I am, General, very respectfully, your obedf ent JOSEPH STEWART. Lieut. Col. Commanding 10th Ill. cav. Ex-President Buchanan's Reply to Gen. Scott. Wabhinoton, Nov. 1. Ex-Presldont Buchau- an, through the National Intelligencer, replies at length to Lleut.-Gen. Scott, whose rooent publication he considers an undisguised censure of his conduct during the last months of his Administration, in regard to the seven cotton States now in rebellion. In noting tbo first and most prominent among the charges named, are the refusal immediately to garrison nine forti- ncations. scattered over six of tbe Southern States, aocordins to Scott's recommendation tie says: 'ibis refusal la attributed without the least oauae to the inefficiency of Governor Floyd. All my Cabinet must bear me wit ness tbat I was President, myself respon sible for all tbe acts of the Adminis tratlon. And certain it is that during tbe last six months devious to the 29th of December, I860, the dv on which be resigned bis offloe, alter my request, he ex erolsed lots influence on the Administration than any other member of tbe Conirees. Mr. Holt was immediately thereafter transferred from tbe Postofflce Department to tbat of the war so that irom this time till the 4th of March, 1361, whieti was by far the most import ant period of the Adminintration, ho performed tne amies ot secretary or war to my entire satisfaction. He then nrocceds to Bhow there is one answer. both easy and conclusive, it other valid reasons did not exiar, namely, there was no available troops within reach which could be sent to these fortlfioations. To have attempted military operations on a scale so extensive bv anv means. within the President's .power, would have been simply absurd. Uf this be says, referring to his supplemental views of tbe dlUb of Ootober, uen, tscott Himself seems to bave been con vinced. These views, both original aud supple mentary, ne says, were pubiisuea by Wen. Scott in the National Intellleenocr on the 18th ol January, 1861, at a most important and critical period ot the Administration. Publication at that time conld do no possible good, and might have done much harm To havo published them without tbe President's knowledge and consent was as much In violation of the sacred confidence which ought to prevail between the commanding General of the army and the Commander-in-Chief as it would bave been for the Secretary of War to have published the same document without authority. What is ot more Importance, their publication was calcu lated Injuriously to affeot compromise measures then before Congress and the country, and to encourage the secessionists In their mad and wicked attempt to shatter tho Union into frag ments. For tbe great respect I then enter, talned for Gen. Scott, I passed it over in si lence. Mr. Buchanan then explains why b refused to send three thousand men to reinforoe Msj Anderson at Fort Moultrie. Among other reasons be says he believed, as the events proved, that Msj Anderson was then in no dan ger of attack. Indeed he and bia command were treated with marked kindness bv the au- thoritlos and people of Charleston. Under those oironmstances to have sent suoh a force there would have been only to impair the hope of compromise, to provoke a collision and to disappoint the country. Having treated ot the charge of having kept back reinforcements from Pensacola, Mr. Buch anan replies to the charge of having also kept them back from Charleston, saylnsltbat neither a truoe nor a quasi truce, nor anything like it, was ever concluded between tbe f resident or any human authority, concernine Charleston. On the contrary, the S. C. Commissioners first and last, and all the time, were informed that the President never could and would never sur render Fort Sumter, nor deprive himself of the most entire liberty to send reinforce ments to it whenever it was believed lo be in danger or whenever It might be requested by maj. Anderson. Mr. Buohanan then alludes to other points in Gen. Scott's views, and says that he cau sol emnly declare before God and his conntry, that he oannot reproach himself with any act of commission or omission to endanger its happi ness, its prosperity or its safety, since the ex isting troubles commenoed. Latest from the Potomac. Wasuinoton, Nor.' 1. The latest news from the front is that the rebels 8 illl hold Tnorough- lare Gap with a small picket. uen. Jiayard's oavairy was attacked yester day afternoon at Aldle. He enoamped last night two miles east of that place, from wbiob fact It is Interred tbat be repulsed the rebel force. Maratime Jurisdiction. New Yoik, Nov. 1. From flies of the Nas sau Guardian we learn that the steamer Bonita bad arrived from Liverpool with a cargo of orass, iron, quinine, eto. roe gunooat stars and Stripes touched at Nassau on tha 16tb, en route to Hey West, with her shaft damaged. Ibe Guardian says tbe pilots of the port bave been forbidden, under a penalty of deprivation, to bring in any belligerent vessel la future un less the permission of the Governor is erst ob. talned. Tbe Nassau Guardlab contains a letter from Secretary Seward to Secretary Welles, dated Aug. 14, relative to tbe chase of the British steamer Herald by the Adriondack, within a maritime league of the Island of New Provi dence. 1 If the commander of the Adriondack committed suoh an sot, be Inexoueably violated the law of nations, and reparation ought to be promptly made. The President desires notice to be given to all commanders of American vessels of war to adhere striotly to the prinoiple that the maritime jurisdiction of every nation oovers a full marine league from the coast, and acts of hostility within such distanoe are striot ly foroidden. Auiai. OoL 31. At a T)mrtnrtla mtln here this evening, John Van Baren said tbo let ter reaa oy mm as vooper institute was pre sented blm by Gen. Soon as an autograph, and was made public by authority of friends of the General. Affairs in the Southwest. Caieo, Nor, 1. A letter from Corinth yes terday says a mall messenger came in to-day from Chnvalla n vrts "ir scnu'4 hive scoured the country as fi: - uu . Ripley, and discov ered no trace of t. - An arrival from the . . perls all qulot at ueiena. In Memphis orders tn. ca Issued bv Gen eral Sherman tbat all btekuii-rs with oottonand other merchandise bs convoyed by gunboat3 up on proper notification at Cairo or Momobis. We have a rumor by way of Corinth that Mobile Is ours. Tbe report Is broueht in bv reoei prisoners taxen ny our scouts. A Memphis letter says Villiplque's brigade moved from Holly Springs to Meridian. Tbls movement probably cave rise to tbe reported evacuation oi uoiiy Springs. There is a conflict of authority of coofedttrata Generals in Mississippi. Pemherton was sent to commaud tbe department, on tho presump tion tbat Van Dorn would be in Tennessee or Kentucky. The battle of Corinth prevented tbls. Now Van Dorn refuses to enma under and acknowledge. ine iiyoobburg Kepublican ol the. 24th sajs iue constitutionality ot tne conscript law will be tested in the Court of Anneals of Vliirlnla. The case is made up by Confederate State au- murines. LATEST FROM EUROPE. Arrival of the Steamship Edinburg. Near Your. Nn. 1 Tk. ir:nkn r.n Liverpool 15th, and Queenstown 16tb nit., has GlEAT BniT.lM A r-lri.nl l,.a k...,. n.,k Itabed from Mr. Soward to the dlplomatio and consular agents relative to tbe emancipation proclamation. He draws a hopeful conclusion from the Dreeent condition nf affnira- Ho ..- tbe rebols must understand, if they persist in Imposing the choice between diaaolutioo of the Government and tho abolition of salvery, It Is tbe Union aud not slavery that must be main tained. Whilo all good and wise men of all countries must reoognizs the measure ss a just and proper military act, Intended to deliver tha country from a terible war, they will reoognizs at the same time the moderation and magnan imity wun woicn me uovernment proceeds in so solemn an act. The Times aaia thia ni.nnU. n, Amerioan Government ot the right hereafter hi appeal to us emancipation decree as a meas ure founded on moral prinoiplo, as Seward re duces It to a mere military act. The Globo eajs if Gladstone bad a oablnot SCCret In kftxn in A.nnptnan aflr.ita K a vnHu r hum. to, us wuuiu doubtless have kept it. Consequently it infers tbat he has simply taken the license of a public man to give bis individual opinions. It thinks as a oamnet minister he should have been more guarded in his expressions. Tha Timra ahnwa tho ln.Trciu. .r .. recognition of the South at present. iue mew xorE correspondent or the Times gives a rumor that the Federal losees In Maryland reached thirty-eight thousand. The Times publishes a letter irom a New Orleans lady, giving a fearfnl picture of tbe reign of terror in that city. Gladstone has again been sneakine on Amer ica. He told bis hearers io rcimunhm that difficulty bad arisen from Mavery, which was a legacy from England to America. The cabinet cnnnr.il waar .nmmnn.il in ,kA - . - " .W. IU, SJj, earlier than usual. It is supposed the American question is the cause. The proposition before tho Liverpool Cham ber of Commerce in favn nf tYidw.n.i.iiinn k W- H..H.V....I.IUU IU, Government to recognize the South, has been The Southern club oi Liverpool gave a (tratu uanqnei 10 ex uoveruor iuoorbead ol Kenluokv. The Ceasarwitch race was won by Harliueton; IImaIu .. , . I. or The Paris Uonrnn nn tha 14th - - - " vAui.nu, and declined 1 per cent. Closed dull at 101 80s. A Bourbon oonsnirncv was HinpAnni-ait tn w. - j .. ii ma ples. 1 he Italian budget shows a high defioit, but a Blight improvement on last year. The Prnulan Cha Mahal- nf TaiuiilAa L. .. - J cUred tbe rate of tha Ilnner linni m budget mill and void, aud the resolution of tbe vummi.vcu uu ae Duagei was nnatilmoofllT arlnnta1 Th n-,t . i ' Hviicu, a uu noatsiijii waai iimn i rtsoi r w at speech from the throne, delivered by the Presi dent of the Ministry, In which the Government declared Its intention to carry out the budget as orisinallv laid beforn tha II garded as a veritable coup d'etat, and most ee nuuu luraeuuuui wiisiiiuiionai liberty. Arrival of the Arabia. Halifax. Nov. 1. Thn eUamohin from Liverpool 18th. via O tlPAnntntvn lOkh nit arrived here this forenoon. Hor dates are' three dfiva latar than thnaa K ttio Tslftnk... ar - - -mwbv AJW UUIUUUlKt The Sootla, from New York, arrived at Queens. town on tne im. It was renortcd that t - w v., w wwuaw vi t a v ifl If rjj teers Were in the Mediterranean, anrf that tha. had already destroyed a dozen Federal vessels. It is said that Semmcs commanded one of them. The Ensliuh new on American affairs. Some of them con. tinue to call for a recognition of tbe Southern Confederacy. There were further rumors of ohanges In tbe French cabinet. It was reported" that Fould a tioiguj uiu uuiq tenoereo their resigna tion. Breadstuff dull a.nd IrfAvnlav anI ,Ar.tnA downward. Provisions dull and declining. lyunaoia oiosea on rriaay at tor money. The StOrV ahOOt thfl tarn r,hnl n.ivatAem la from tbe London Dil Hew H pondout, and very probably is only another .Moiuu ui mo Btsteiuem aireaoy puDllsncu 01 the destruction of whalers. A liireo Saribaldl meetlnr lurl l.non hM In Loudon. Among tbe resolutions was ono pro- veaiiug ngaiuat toe ooutempiated occupation ol The ohanees in the French M Inlctrs APa nnn. fitrued unfavorable to theoaueeof Italian udUv. RAT. L. . 1 ft I a. r ... J marouai vauruutjrij is appoiniea commaoder ot the militArv dlvifllnn nf T.vnna and tha. n.ilra Ar - f J wwj wins wuv Auav VI Magenta commander of Namoy. 1 nere are vague rumors from Rome tbat Cardinal Antonelli and Moos. Monelo had ten dered their resignations. Report said Prince La Tour D'Auvergne was to be the new French iiiiuisier to nome. Bank Robbery. GaEENpoRT, Nov. 1. The Suffolk conntv Bank, at Sag Harbor, was broken open last night and robbed ot $13,500 $8000 In bills and tne balance in bonds. $1UOO is offered for tbe detection of the burglars and the recovery of tbe money. Boston, Nov. 1. Orders have boen Ucued for ten regiments to leave for tbe seat of war oeiore next Saturday. . . ; 1 New York, Nov. 1. Steamers Mantanxts and Creole have arrived from New Orleans. Tbe capture or Sabine Pass, Ootober let, by the U.S. steamer Kensington, Capt. Crocker, and the schooners Saman and Jones, is con firmed. Capt. Crocker, with a small bod v. ad' vanced into the eountry and defeated two bands of rebels. Ibe results of bis operations were the capture of one fort, two companies, thirty bdildingi and ten rebel vessels, which were burned. St. Louis, Nor. 1. Tha Republican loams thai Judge Sample was arrested Thursday at jenerson oity, by order or Gen. Lane. The cause of bis arrest we understand was deliver ing a speech in which the proclamation of tbe President was declared unwise and uncalled for, and In wbioh donbts were expressed of tbe amiuy or tne Administration to lawfully oarry out us provisions. . . Judge Lockland bad been paroled, to enable him to attend a forgery case in which he is en gaged as counsel. Caieo, Nor. 1. The Grenada Anneal savs Jackson, Longstreet; Polk, Hardee, Pemberton, Klrby Smith and Holmes hare been promoted to laeuienant-ueneraiB. Fhiladilfhia, Nov. 1. Thers will bs no drattla f biiadelpbia, the oommissionon having asoertalned, after careful examination and offl olal connt bv preolncts. that mora men bare collated from Philadelphia than necessary to Bit uor iuuia. , riEIVTSt RIBB'D BIJEBIFIO VNDCB- OAKMIHTB. BAIN 4 BOM. COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Market. NEW YORK, November 1. fLOUR The market la haavr, unsettled and lflo lower. The ailea reported to-day oompriu about 10,200 bbla at ) 6535 74 roraoparnne etata: a iuwo w for sxtra elate; latter for oholce; (5 05(215 75 for anrier Sua weetam; SS 0030 35 for common to medium ex tra weaterni (U 75 alb 80 for common to (tool ahlpplOK brande extra round hoop Ohio, and SO fXI&ti Hi for trade brand! do., tha market oloilnr dull with no buyera at onteiue qaoiauona. CANADIAN JLOOft The market la dall and lower. Ealea of 300 . barrels at ! 00(S& 13 for common and 0 S098 00 for aood to choice extra. BYK f LOCH Scarce at-d firmer, with imall ealea at S3 OOSG 00. COltN MAL Bteadjr, Email lalei at prevloni quo lationa. WHISKY Tie market favoia buyers, fiak-e ol SOO bbla at 373'ic; nearly all at the Inildo price. WHEAT The market la heavy, aniettled, and fully lo lower, with a very moderate demand for export and home oonsanution. Balee 17,600 buihela Cbicairo inrioi at 1 1331 Vii 111,000 buah Milwaukee elub at 1 Will 'in; 37.UUO buah amber Iowa at 91 Wl 31: 32,000 buth amber red weatern at SI 3K9I 3St 81,000 bath amber JUtchigan at SI 38501 41; 7.VUU rair whits MicrjiKaa at 1 SO, and 3,000 buibels choice amber State at $1 41. BYK Quiet and firm, with ealea at TMiOOo. ' BAULKY The market la decidedly firmer. Balee of 1,000 buah Btate and rowed at II 40. OOKN Quite aoarce. and tbe market lo better. Sales of 68,(JU0 buabela at 7S3l74c for ahlpplng mixed weatern, including one cargo at 73o, delivered; 677 1 c for eaitern; 00C0o for damaged, and 7BB(Jc for while weaiera. OATS Firm at SC960c for common to nrlme new and old. bUuAu Haw renr firm: aaleaof SOO hhdiat07s for wuna; iue ror rorto Hico, ana lU(no lor New Or leana.and I.36S bKe0hinaat8e. Total atock augar Nov. 1. 1862 7.H14 bnxea. 412 848 bin and 4(1 "til l.r.ir.. heads, including S1,U2S hogabevdaOuba, 1,748 hogshetds Forte Hico, 17,458 hogaheada Mew Orleana, and 3i hbda melado. MULAS8EB Oulet. Balra ISO earreli Naw Orlran. at 3543e. Total atock. Novembar 1 1.010 hoiibeadi uuna, xm qna clayed, x,l44 hhda Forto Rico, itCx bbla uudi, anu .i.auu oarrela New Urleana. FOAK There la a fair buaineta doioir. and the market nn ruies aiea'iy. The tulea reported to rtij comprise 1,410 barrels I3 M for men, 13 5013 00 for prime mess, and 13 00 for prime, Total stock new and old, November 1, 151. 8C9 barrela: aame data last vear 32.0V!2 barrels. ' bUSt Uarkot anlet ami ateadv with nf inn bbla at (8 003 10 75 for mess; 5 5(i7 00 for choice prime; SJ IU (XkaJ13 75 for repacked meas, and Sl'JOiKS 14 85 lor extra mesa. Tsui atosk new and old, No vember 1, 7,072 barrels; aame data last month, 10 302 barrels; same date last year, 0,000 bbla. FKIMK MKsB 11 It K Dull and nominally nnchaog- BIKF I1A3I8 Balier. R.tr..Min l.hl., .t.Mr.m .!..,, at 17 50. OUT MKAT8 The maiket rtull ai dun fa .hnnM.M and 7 for hams. BAUON BIUKB-Moderately aollva. Salt! 500 boxei Oomberlan" cat mlddlee on private tarma. LARD Dull and lnwar. with a.Ua r.t I Till, 1.1.1. 9X10.Vc, the latter rata an extreme prlee, and 3110 kegs at lie. BUl'THa Is In fair .lm.n,l an.l h a 'tb aalea at 15320c for Ohio; and x0840 for stale. ' OUIK8B The market la very firm at Bijllo for VVU.U.UU ,u prime. Cincinnati Market. CINCINNATI, Oct. 31. L' r ATI 11 Th. M..L.i I. . j-,. . . " " IM..." la Tory uun ana pricea aotuewnat unsettled. Bupergna may be quoted at ti 85; extra t. an Anvil's an. rn.nn , ac ,aa.e . ' . . . fflK - w- uu, auu laucy ai f J .. mau.a .m uciubiju u guua, auu prices c niun er. Bales cf V60 barrels at 340. lloidera ask higher n,(M, na nan m I . V. vearasrv n.h- a j . . . . Mica prinir a ..- a .-j .i.l , . . - uuu'nuu wtiu saiea UI u Dare IS country at 910.5, and 1,370 barrala at B1050, part aonntrv. baoon Nothing done. BULK. MKATS Dull and unchanged. - j..v.ra av .igvD uua spOI, Ull UOI so for;uture delivery, and Do la tne b. at oiler made for uaramhar. 1 &rui Him,. h .nu a . . - .vv. Ku, -uiu a, oo, wiuiout paca- ages, to be delivered during tha aeaaan. gouu uemana, and 3UO Itercea sold at 7&0 for yellow, and 8X0 for white. .,rr. ,,u, ,.-1- , . . .... ""' "na lam aoiu ai eoo. me demand la good, and tbe supplies madequaif to meet It. wiwuftuiaa mo marietta nrm but an at. WHRIT 1 MnllmoJ .. 1 , . . . . 7. vu auu aeaTy marxet, ana und-r the unfavorabla ailrlces from tbe aiaat, pricea de- t I ! narl aa 1 fill A , t ..... . ' " "-" vriuw r, ana jusl lii for prime Indiana or Ohio white, and at the close there were mote !f fn,5f? b" ,he,e ,rl0M- The " reported were 10UO bushels prime red at II 00, and 1U0O bushels prime rod at B 1 dellTered- CORN-Thereceiptaoantlnue light, with a gcod de mand, and the maraei rules firm at fnli pilcos. We quote ahallcd at 400 in balk, and car at 4.a. OATH Th. 1 .1..,, j uu,, auu ueavy. ana 01a at ma olose could not have been aold to any extent at over 50o. A In, r.t IU 111. I hai.titla miA 1 .l: ... . --- iu m uie morning at ooo in tore. New la nominal at 48950c. k-J-?.-11?! tanjT proTW 0,,uan. nd the receipts bel- g light, tha market ruies steady at full prices. We quote prime samples at 6863o on arrlval'the former ",7 U.?u.lk nl utUr " -aeki. W bushels aold in balk at tree. BARLEY A en tinned good demand and (he offer Inge ef prime qnallUea being light tbe market rules firm III,1 n ..Wt ,aot" f"" woholce spring at ai 85 1 30, and fall at 1 351 40. galea of 1,400 buTheia mine fall at tl 40. Tha ,.. , : dall. "-"-A ' o' SOO baihelswu reported at tlOO. I1AY The market rules eteady with a very fair de mand at a 12 nn n nn ... . , ur bale, on arrlvaTT " """"" iUn"B7 10 OHCS The demsnl continues good; and fully np to the supply, and the market rulea firm at 10c for ee- ieCted H (ItRrn UaaaTfal vmlih a.U. a (li,n , . BIITTHRTh. .nln H. I... . ..... . . .7 --rf.j iu. ucai grauca is nailer, ana a decline of Sc waa established to day, aud if the receipts Annllnna lthjtval - f..,k.. a . . . 7. 7 . amI ,"!" " ueuiino may ne looxen ror, aa r.iDn,ir -. naquow prime to cnoice at 1880o, and fair to good at 8 14c. Cleveland Market. CLEVELAND, Oct. 31. VTiriT 1 ...a, ,....( a.. trt. . red on track at 1 li an 1 imi Kn.Ki r... k... at 1 18. No aalea reported thli afternoon. BTJTTKB Higher. Balei 36 kegs choice Weitern Beaerve at 10j. HIQHWINES-Sales ISO barrels at 360. PORK Bales 75 barrel! meas at til 00. Xarufar Money Market. NEW YORK, Nov. 1. Tha Mnnav mnrli.t I. au.ld at KfKi K 1 .... .... .11. - -1 - " v.s.a.g fnsi V.UI, 114. count for loana on call. Btriotiy Prima Taper rules quite easy at 536 per cent, discount. Sterling Bxohangs rules firmer at II 414U 43 for the range of Merchant' bills, and Bankera' bills SI 4J),d American OetA nn,n.J .t..,i, naiian ...i a arm at 30, per cent, premium. California Gold Bars are quiet and nominal at 31V percent, premium. uovernment Btocks firmer. United States C's 1881 1 04X1 04X1 United Btates (7 3-10) Treasury Notes 1 05X(a)l 05X. Total exports of specie to day $351 ,000 47. New York Stock Market. NEW YORK, Nov. 1. Blocks are weaker. Ohlcavn and nw Ti.a 82X; Norwloh and Worcester 76V Milwaukee and Frairie da Ubeln xnd preferred 36Kl Cleveland and Toledo 69X; Illinois Central scrip 80X1 Uiohlgan Bonth era guaranteed 63; Amerioan Gold 130; Faclflc Mall 183K : New York dentin! 105 u: Hndann 7Q- Tia.i. HH iBarlem preferred iX ;Mlohlgan Central 90 ;Ptta- uura, 'urt nayns ana unicsgo 1st Donas IUJ; u. B. aixei 1681 ooupons 104MI California sevens B5j Brook lyn water loan 100X; Indiana and Michigan 80; Illinois Central bonds 100; Terra Heats and Wabash 8d bonds 88Xi Brie 4th bonds BOX; Del. L. At W. 101; Catena and Ohioago 85Xi Oleveland and Flttaburg 37 Brie 64; do preferred 01; Oleveland St Toledo 7DU ; Traaaurv u..u T a in. v,.... ... , ....... 1 ... . . i.utea it o-iu, iiua niHie miami iudk: micniiran Boathern 43 V; Mlchlcan Southern second 90): Kria Qrl boodsl'.H); FitUbarg, Vorl Wayne St Chicago 3d bonds 94, do latl07X; Chicago Ai North Weatern lat 38X, do Xd ooa, no aasorwa Donaeir; uieveiand, uolambua and Olnolnnatt 124 V; Panama 154: Missouri sixes 52U: Tan- neasev alxea 55; Racine and Milwaukee 112V; United Statoa S'a '81 coupons 104; Registered 103K ; U. B.S'i -ii uuuivdb wj, negiswrea va; uemana noieaixXI Virginia Klvea 56 ; Tennessee Hannibal and ot. jesenn dodos ojm; united Btatea one vear certifi cates QSXi Reading 77 ; Chicago, Burlington and vaincyoox, u.D. a year certiocate W)( ; North Caro Una 6'a 70. Constable's Sale. A T OH ABOUT ONE O'CLOCK P. HI. iV on tbe first day of November, 1869, at Groveport, m tne townsnipot maaison, oouniv oi A-ranxiin.l anau en at puDiio auction tne ioiiowmg property, to witi One Canal Boat, Gipsy. To satisfy an execution In fa vor oi jacoDraiiirace. Q. S. CILDINB, ootSi-dltkwSw Constable. 1,000 AGENTS WANTED, THE HISTORY 07 THE EEBEL1I0N ! , BvJobnS. C.Abbott. Agenta wanted to soli oil subscriptions. Nods but experienced men need apply. ' SEND FOR OCR. CIRCULAR. Also Agents and News Dealers supplied with " HISTORICAL WAE MAP. STATIONERY PACKAGES, ETO. ; I' SEND FOR CIRCULARS. , Addreta ieptl8,(J-wly CLARK! A CO , iMsuRaroua, Iwd. Superior Linen Shirt Bosoms, UlAlsinanuat' VVL,aiAlt9, RRALt TV- Hose, and Under Carminta, for tall wear, . C'i . - .:. BAIN A SON. Wm (A I. OfJ Ia..!!. TTI-a, aw. sjkivw pvum saiki) trvfli, 1862. Summer Arrangement—Time Changed. Great Northern & Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS AND CINCINNATI RAILROAD. Uouieotlng at Oraatllna wlUi tha PITTBBOROn. IT. WAYNSJ k OBIOAQO UAiLUOAD fl tHUthurgh, thiladtlpM'j unit BnUimor. Alto for IM Wuym and Chicago. Ocunartlug at OleeLind with the LAKB SnrtBH II Alt,- BOAD or tiuukim, Hulfaio, Albany, n, and New Yarn. thri;e trains dailv, fcXOBrT BCtilrAV, from OulOinbai, In onnnetlon lth Trains on the little .ti i a in i jt nii i 'iM7 in bi; WHO XKWIIA ltitll,lillsM. tIBET TRAIN, tlliint irii)ai ..... n., ...... u m - - - wv.it, v.luaUDI.I.W A. 71 Will atop ,t Detawara, Asbicy, Oardluglon, Ullead, .- - .wiwii. n,irui 01 uauou, arriving at ?Tn , A- Mm Dunk'rk UOIIalo ,.cw , urK Iu a.a., tiosion v:;iu r ai BIOOND TRAIN. NBW YOnil EXPRESS Leavoa Ootuiabus at 11:10 A. M. Will stop at Delaware. Oardingion, Ullead, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Wellington and Graf ton; arriving Rt()lrelandat3:CP. M Dunkirk 9.05 V. ;"' P. M., New York x:.iO v. al H.-.;on TU1UD TRAIN. arU AiM.AND XPBK6B-Leavea Columbus at 3:40 P. M. Will stop at all stations aoutbof Shelby, and at Halem, New London, Wellington, Grafton and liorea; ar- W at Oleveland at U:10p. M. Dunkirk (WO A. AI., Bu0jlo5:UA. AI., New York U OO P. M., llnaton 11.45 CONnBOTIONS. At Delawar. with Bprlogfleld Branch for Springfield and points on that road H.IJ,t,","'uT,l.lhv.P"!b,,r'''',,rt- Wne andOhlcago Railroad for Piltaburgh, Philadnlihia and KaltimoTe. Alao for Chicago. At Bhelby, with Banduaky, Mansfield and Newark lull road, for all polptf on that road . Also for Toledo. r .i(i"leliui.d' ".ith Lake Mo'0 aIW! for Brla, Dunkirk, Bnffalo. New York and Boston. Patent Bleeping Cars are ran on all Night Trains to Chicago, Kew lor una cosion. vv ThrouoktoITtM York and Motion Aeifl York e.'a Orsttlint. RETURWING. tiiKliI Kxiircu arrirea at Ooiuinhoa ai n :ui p si Cincinnati Kxpress urives at Columbus ai ll:UU A. M. -uwuuuuuauuu arrives at uommous at il;is p, M, raj itn l.o iv k trj u.uy oilier Uoute. iA lor TicktUvio CrttlLituor CkxnUnd 1 . f LINT, JnvariijleBdaDt, Oleveland. Ohli- ' AMIS PA'i TKRifUN, Ageul, Oulumhua, Ohio. .'LUuiiiru, May ! ,! xisr press. (WiU tie Ready in Ten Days. United Stales Infantry Tacties .AUa II RIZ ED EDITION. i ADOHKD ADD RECOMMENDKU Ut THK WA5. DEP RTMENT, Major-Generals McClellan, HalJook, Buel, Pope, Casey, McCook, and others, WITH tll'ESTIOIVS Adaplod to Scott's, Cnaey'a & Hardee'a Tstctlca: By lt.-Col. H. B. WIL80S, 44th OniO INFANTRY. rVaiS WORK IS THK AITTHWHIZED a Infantrv TutliM fA. th. I- i , ..... . . . u. mg v. u , ,wi rioin anuvisi- braclng the system ot instruction In the form of ansa tlons and anawera In tbe School, the Company and Bat- , .- , ' "iguijr uuimnenuea ny ue lospeotor-uen- eral of the U. 8. Army, and to which our but regiments are indebted for their thorough knowtsdtre ol every movement in the drill and battle-field, by which tha lives of thousands of our men have been saved, BY THB AUTHORITY OF Tn STATU OF OHIO. RfJinlmul l,v tha n.n . I 1 a.... . Ohio, That the United Btatea Infantry Taotlca, for the ". wiw.o auu inauwuyrea oi tne united States Inf .ntry, Including Infantry of the Lino, Light VSf'' ui B'fluni"n. prepared under ihe direction of the War Department, and authorised and adopted by the BeoNlary of War, ttay 1, leol, with the system ol Oues Uons appended to the Uit, by Lieut. -colonel H. B. Wilton, be and the same Is hereby authorised and adopt ed for the instruction of tha military of the Btate of Ohio. April loth, lbtri. JAMBS R. BUBBELL, Speaker of ihe House, JAHRS atONROS, Prea't pro tem Senate. JOS. H. RILEY tt CO.. Pnbllstera. septll- Columbus, Master Conimissioner's Sale. Wllltaia B. Ilabbard . - " ( Super br Court of Franklin Robert Rlordan stal. ) onnw. Ohio. TN PURSUANCE OF AN HKiif-H sia A the said Court to ms directed, I will offer for sale at publio auction, at the door of the Court Eouas ia tne oity or uoiamoui, on Saturday, tha 8;h dav of November. A. D j 1862, At one o'clock, P. M.,the following described real es tate, situate In Franklin county. Ohio, to wit: Apart of Park's earvev No 3.315. In thevimlniania. trict. begi nn'ng at a nolnt in the National n..i road laid ont along the east line of a eertalo tract of 300 acrea, oi thereabout!, belonging to Joseph M. Bulll vant; thence N. B4 deg. B. 11860 100 poles along the u .uoaam naiwuai Aoaa; tnenco a eg. vv. j,n m-iuv ,w luug, laence o. it aeg. ju mm. Iv. 6i 40-100 soles to a stake, belna- tha annhani n,.,, -t Robert X. Nell'i land; thenoe B. 11 deg. 30 min. west IBS polos to the place of beginning, containing 100 acrea; It being a tract of 100 aores off the weat end of a tract oi wo owneo oy aaia ttooert a. Nell. Appraised at 970 . 00 per acre. 0. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff, and Master Commissioner. B. 0. Nocui, Att'y. Printer's fees $8.00 ool3-dltfcwtd Master Commissioner's Sale. Jamei Clark et al. vi. Common Pie Daulet Decker etal.) . nrVlRTlIEOF AN UHSJEKOF MALE 1J to me directed from the Court of Common Pleas of Franklin oounty, Ohio, I will offer for sale at public auction at the door of the Oourt House, In the city of voiumoma, vnio on Saturday, the 35th day of Ootober, 18G3, at one o'clock, p. m., the following deanrrberl Mat aa lata, situate In the eounty of Franklin, and State of Vruio, w mi. A part ot In-Iot No. 639. In theoltv of Oninmhtia ha. sinning at a point on the south line of flaw a.. the north line of laid lot. 93 feet B inches northeast corner of said lot; running thence weat on the said, north Una of said lot Os foot and 6 Inohei; thence aouih 6! feet and S inohei to the south line of aald iut, tunnc ew wiia aaia line ox reet and 8 Inehea thence north Sii feet and 8 nicbea to the niaita k..i nlng; being the weat half of said In lot No. 639, leu 31 feet and 3 inches, heretofore ermmvaA a ,i q-...... ot the First Colored Baptist Church of Oolumboa by eauiuci naw, uj ueea uaiefi aeo-y sa, JH41, being the aame ibuub oruereo iq ee ronveyea ai aforeaald to Jaatas Otark and Surah M. Bailey, helra of Saaiuet Clark, dee'd.. i .. - . ... . , Appraised at 1900.00. . . , . " ' w - Q. W HUFFMAN. Bherllt, ' and Master Oosuulaaioner. ranters rees 97 00. " r teptl3-dltwtd. - , - v v. i ia CsIIRTINQ ' FIiANNEIiSf PLAIN & U Fat ancy. BAIN BON. AYER'8 Sarsaparilla FOR PUMFYmO THE BLOOD. And for (lie apeedy cure of the following coniplalnta. Scrofula and Brrofuloaa Arfectlossa,.nch o. Tumors, Ulcere, liorea, UrupUoste, J'tiiiplea, fastuU., moUhe, 1 Uoli.' Illalus, and all tikla Ulseaaci. io . a )AI"I'?.;nr-.6thJuu,lBW. J. C. Arra t Co. Cental 1 fil it my duly u, as kiaiwlpilire what your Baraaparilta haa done fur uii lliivlng liiliriltod a Bcrofulous infaction, I hate suffered fioiu it in vurloua waya for years. Sometimes tt bunt but In Uli-ers on my hamls and arms; sometinins it turned inward aud distressed me at the stomach. Twi, ji-:ns 1150 it broke out on my head and corerod my scalp and ears with cue sore, which waa rwlnful and ioatlisoais lu yiiml doiwilptlon. 1 tried many medicines and saveial jiliynlriuua, but without much teller from any tiling, la liiel, thn disorder grew worse. At length I was rejoiced to iond In the Oospol Messenger that you had prepared . on ullHrnllvo (Parsupnrilla), for 1 knew from your reimt II 11 that any thing you made must bo good. I sent tn 1 Inu-'tl and ot it, and used It till it cuied mo. I took it. a you advise, in small doses of a tenspooiiful ov.-t u in- nlli. and u.d almost three buttles. New and haallhy liiii soon bHgnn to form under Ihe acnb, wlilcu altera liil" fell ..fl. Myeliln la now clear, and I know by my leeUiiua 1 hat the disease baa gone from my system. You am well Mmve that I feel what I am saying when I tell yon. Unit I hold you to be one of the spostlis of the auu. aii'l 1 eiimin erer gratefully. Yours, ALFRED B. TALF.E7. SI. Anthony's Fire, Roeo or Eryalpelea. MYltct- and Salt Uheum. Scald llad, Ulngwonn, Bora jrea, Uropey, Dr. Ttobcrt tt. Preble wrltei from Salem, N, Y., l'ltk Stt., li'J, tbnt La has cured an Inveterate casa of Droiay, which tlireatened to termjiuite fatally, by tbe pel levering me of nur Sarsaparilla, aud uImi il(iuoiu, Mihunant Hrytiptlat by large doses of tin, annie; soys ho cures tlio common ErupUom by It constantly, rtront hotele, tioltre or Snc-lleil Keck, bnlon Clonn of I'rom.ect. Texas, writes -. ' '1 hn 1. 1,t Uii i f , our Sui'Kapnrllla cured mo from a fJuilrt a lilil eoin , llii, on the nacit, liirh I h:id sulloird fir 11, m , i- tu years." Lrucorrhrra or Whites, Ovarian Tumor, I It rljio Ulceration, Female Ulaeaace. Dr. J. B. 9. Cliannlng, of New York Ciiy. wrltae ; " most choerfiilly comply with the i wtnnt of j our nif.ml in siivintr I have found your Piirwparilln a n,ot excHlunt illiiitice In ll,a iiunicroiia cnniplnints fur ivhirh i -inploy such it remedy, but eaneciully In thnalt Disatrtt of tlii Scrofulous dlnthesls. 1 liato cured many Inroici 11I0 eawa of lurnrrbusa by It, and soma wlii-ru Die com plaint was i-aused by ufcrriWion of the litem. The ul, or 1. lion itself nasauou cured. Nothing uiltiiii my knoul equals It for these female dcraiiKi-menls." l-.lward 8. Marrow, of Newbury, Alu., nillos, "A dan pemus oranan fiwior on one of the felonies in my liunlly, xlil' h had defied all the remedies no could einpluv. ai at length been completely cured by your L.ntiot t fif Sar saparilla. Our physician thought nothing but extiiu tion could ullord relief, but he acUKd the trial of your Sarsaparilla as the last reaoit before cutting, aiid it proved effectual. After taUlngyour remedy elxbt wrclt no Kytnptom of the disease remains." Syphilis and Mcrcurlnl DIaease. Nrw Ori.caxs, 2'th Autnl, 1S6K Clt. J. C. Aria 1 Sir, I cheerfully comply nilli tlm in- ?nest of your agent, and report to you some, of the rfterta bare realised with your Barninailllu. I hare cured with It, In my pm-tice, mo.t of I ho com plaints fur which It Is rocom mended, nnd have found in effects truly wonderful in tbe cure of IVnnviil ami M r atrial Vitrati. One of my putients lnd fyiiliililic ulcm lu his throat, which wero consuming hi, palate anil tlin top of his mouth. Your Barsnparilla, steadily taken, . cured him in livo weeka. Another nrm attacked Lj wo orntnry symptonis in his nose, und the iilcerntiuu I. eaten away a considerable part of it, so that I believe iw dinurder would soon reach his bruin and Mil him. Jiut it yielded to my administration of your enisipunlla; tl.a ulcere healed, and he ia well again, not of cuiiiFe withuut auuie disliuuration to his face. A nomau who liud be. n treated for the aame disorder by meii nry am milTi-i intr from this poison in her bones. They had liecomo v mo. ailive to tha weather that on a damp day she aufTeic.l et cruciatinic pain in her joiuta and hones. Elia. too. true cured entirely by your Sarsaparilla In a eeks. I know from its formula, which your agent pita uie, tbat this 1'reparatiun from your laboratory must be a great remedy j consequently, theso truly remarkable rtiiulW with it have not auipu.cd uie. Internally youia, 0. V. LARIMER, M. t. Rheumatism, Gout, Liver Complaint, Ini)EPdesce, Frestou Co., Vn., th July, ISK. Sr. J. C. Aicu: Sir, I have been afllickd with a rn'n fill chronic Mntmulim for a long liuiu, which ballli l I'". skill or physician, and stuck to uio In suite of ull tt). remediesl rould B11J, until I tried your SaroapnriUa. Ono bottle cured mo in two weeka, aud restored my general health eo much that I am fur better than bet'oro I n it attacked. I think it a wonderful medicine. J. FKEAM. Juice Y. Qetchell, of St.Wouis, writes t "I bare nRlicted for years with an aflrction of V,t L 'trrr. v.Iiii.li d-Ktroyed my health. IthedeVery tlilug,anduiery llnng liilleil to relieve me; and 1 hare been a brokeiwluvvii umu for some yeare from no other cause than dcranytwtl t,f tltr V.itv.r. My belorcd pnntor, the Iter. 'r. Ery, adrlwa nio to try your Sarsaparilla, because he raid ho knew yon, and any thins; you piaile was worlli dying. I'.y the Ll-sf,-ing of Ul It has cured uie, and has so pi, rifled my Wool aa to matte a new man of nio. 1 feel yotini? again. Tlie beet that can m said of you ia not half good enough." Srhirru8,Caiir-r Tumors, Enlargement. Met-, ntiuu, C m ica and Kxi'allutlon of the Bones. m A great variety of cases haro been reported to us nlmre cures of these tbriniilitble toniiluintr have resulted from Ihe uas of this rcnieilr, but our space here will not admit them. Some of them may be found in our Ainoiiran A Imanac, which the agenta below named are plraaed U furnish gratis to nil who call for thsui. Dyspepsia, Heart Disease, Fits, Epilrp ay, Melancholy, Neuralgia. Many remarkable cures of these affections haw L.ea made by the alterative power of thia mdii iue. It stimu lates tho vital fiiticlloDR into vigorous action, aud thus overcome disorder which would bo suppnsi.il I etond in reach. Such a remedy has long boon required by the m ceeiitica nf the peoplo, and we ure confident that this will do tor them all that medicine can do, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, ron the itAriD cuiie op Coughs, ColJ a. Influenza, HonracucaV Croup, Ilroitchltls, Incipient Con sumption, and for the Iteliei of Consumptive Patients In advanced Stages of the Disease. This Is a remedy so universally known to surpass anv other for the cure of threat and lung romplulnts, that It is useless nere to puunsn tne evidence or lis virtues, its unrivalled excellence for roughs and colds, nnd its truly wonaenui cures 01 pulmonary aisea5C, naro mane it known throughout the civilised nations uf the eaith. lew aro the communities, or even families, anion?; tlum who hare not Borne personal exnerlcnce of its effect sonic living trophy lu their midst of Its victory over Ihe subtle and dangerous disorders of the throat and lun;.-s. As all know the dreadful fatality of theee disorders, and as they know, too, the effects of this remedy, we need not do nmro than to asnr them tbat it haa now nil the vir tues that it did have when making the cures which have won no strongly upon tire conlideuco of mankind. Prepared by Sr. J. C. ATEE & CO., Lowell, Mass. and foe aata he fl. kllRBRTS O.lnmhn. .n.s k, ll dealers In medicine everywhere. 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