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FRIDAY MORNING, NOV. 14, lBGii.
Rail Road Time Table. Showing th arrival and departure of trelna it Oolnm- bai. On and attar Jon Sd, IbttS, tralni will leev a fol- town Lima Hum k Oeicnsnifc Xmia B. B Leavei. Arrive, OlnotnntU Aooommoibtlon. S:9 A. H. 0:25 P. M. DaeiWnraaa., .11.30 A.M. 11:00 A.M. Mall..... 4:10P,M. 3:10 P.M. Nurht liDitM. via Dayton, 18:00 midnight. 3:30 A.M. Jso. ff. DonniTT, Agent r OobOHIDI A 0unuD 8 A (.hi 1:00 A. M 11.30 P. M Bew TorftBxpree .11 10 A.M. U:U0 A.M. 0,0 AQ. WayBxpren 3:10 P. M 1U;15P.M Jmae PaTTtuio, Agent OsrnuaOnioB. ft. Ho. 3 Bipnss 150 A. M. No. 4 BrpresstoNswark.ll:10 A. M. Nn. S Imna 3:35 P. M. ll:4S P. M, ii.iu . s, ' W. J. Tut, Agent. PiTTsacaaa, OaLoaidi A Oukjuouti B. B. Mall Train 3:S0A.M. 11:45 P. M anises Train 11:10 A.M. 11:10 A. M Jo. Bobihioh, Agent OnoMint Ac InuaoroLU, B. B. . . . (Ooumio Piao As Indiana B. B.) Ho. t Bxprets i A. M. 10:40 A. M No. 9 " 3:00 P. M. 4:10 P. M Jio. W. Hiix, Altai State and Local News. STATE MATTERS. The 831 Ohio left Nlchola.vllle, Ky, on tho 11th iust , and la now on the ma.ou, , ... , Tu Surgeon-General has ordered the Board of Medioal Eiaminers to convene In Columbus on December 101b, to examine applicants Surgical appointments. for A aarriNa of the Direotors of the Marietta aod Cincinnati railroad was held on the 19th Inst, in Cincinnati, for the purpose of arranging matters looking to the speedy oompletion of the road. Tim oltlaeos of Zanesville are making great W.....M. . x-rtlona la have the 9h Cavalrv returned to to nave ine m avairy returneu ro tbelr camp. They have raised fifteen hundred ...ll-.-.. 1..1 ikjt. nA.AMa. P lVa I obftnse. ' Cot HBisof theSdandCol.Lytle of the 10th Ohio are both recovering rapidly, the for-1 mer bis health and the latter from wounds re- oelved at the battle of Perry ville, Pat Aomt Williams has deposited in the State Treasury $15,000 sent by the 4th battery j n .i. oi. oK.L ..j i . i. r i a .i t. mi Piu, bi, miu buu ioiu iveguiBia iu vusir i Amines. OK reaching Cairo on the 10th Inst., on his way 0 Corinth, Major-Oenoral Lew-Wallace . ji.-.i.i. . .1.. nr.. n.... , I reoeiTTO B ipiUu ..u, .uw aj,.,.u. directing him to return to Cincinnati, and there I await further orders. s.. niTCHCoo., oi urwen, Asntaoaia county, v A .1. Ll . ia appointea Assiatani eurgeon oi me na, ana N. Buckingham, of Bloomville, Seneca county, Aaaiatant Snrireon of tha 122d Ohio. Tbi 4th Tennessee Cavalry preoeeded to Camn-Dannlion on the 11th InsL This reel. camp uenmson on tne xitn met. ims regi- ment was not long since mustered out of ser-l vice as infantry, and mustered In aB cavalry. Col. Robert Johnson, son of Governor Andy Johnson, ii commander ibi borain newt reports toe aeatn oi liOring i Wadswortb, for more than forty years a res! deut of Wellington, Lorain county. " Tbi following resignatlona in Ohio regl nen'ta aro reported Irom Nashville as acoepledt Surseon W. C. Daniels, 14',h: Lieutenants Julius Dexter, 106tb; Isaao C. Primrose, 31st; BUIIIIB W.1l .WM.M, A .3 . . W W . . ..U..VW, .mi. CapUlD David H. Miller, 31st; Llent. Isaao Stevens, 1st oavalrj; Lient, E. S.Ferguson, U h battery. PaoaiOTioNs. The following Is a list of re cent military promotions: Captain Ogden Street to Lieutenant-Colonel, killed in battle I vioe Augustus ti. uoieman, Sept. 17th; Captain Asa Uiggias to Major, vice Ljman J. Jackson, resigned; 1st Lieut. Emmer M. rrice to captain, vice ugaen street, pro moted) 1st Lient. Ueo. Johnston to Captain, vice P P. Lane, promoted; Sd Lieut. Rob't C Morris to 1st Lieutenant, vioe C. J. Colling ham, resigned; 3d Lient. P. A. Arthur to 1st Lieutenant, vice George Johnson promoted; 3d Lieut. Cbas. P. Aihuff to 1st Lieutenant, vioe Emmer H. Prloe promoted; Sergeant Al fred L. Conokllng to 3d Lieutenant, vice R. C. Morris promoted. IsfthOhlo. FirsrXIcutcnaht Robt. Winkle to Captain, vice Ferdinand Jnlaon, resigned; First Lieutenant Hrny F. Hawkes to Captain, vioe Legg, resigned; rirst Lieutenant Aaron N. Channel to Captain, vice Clement, promoted: First Llentenant James Whltoomb Ross to Cap tain, vice Leggett, deceased; Second Lieuten ant Wat H. Ulatfelterto First Lieutenant, vice Wise, resigned; Second Lieutenant John W. Hilts to First Lieutenant, vice Hawkes, promoted; Second Lieutenant Thomas J. At kinson to First Lieutenant, vice Channel, pro moted; Second Lieutenant Win. B. Neabett to First Lieutenant, vioe Ross, promoted; Ser geant Frank M. Leade to Seoond Lieutenant, vioe Nesbett, promoted; Sergeant Michael B. Mahoning to Seoond Lieutenant, vioe Jaeobs, resigned; Sergeant Harrison Gates to Seoond Lieutenant, vice Glatfelter, promoted; Ser geant Major James H. Palmers to Seoond Lieu tenant, vioe Sims, resigned; Sergeant John While to Seoond Lieutenant, vioe Scbnelley, resigned. 33d Ohio Major Oliver Ward to Colonel, vioe Crafts J. Wright, discharged the servloe. 75ih Ohio First Lieutenant Theodore K. Eokeler to Captain, vioe James A. Johnston, deceased. , I I I I by ie LOCAL MATTERS. Liiot. H. M. Niil of the 11th Oblo battery, Is in this oity, with Instructions from the War Department to raise another battery, the 22i Light Artillery, one hundred and fifty strong, fie ! authorlied to aocept recruits from any part of the State. Tbi State Quartet master Is arming, as fast as possible, Ohio regiments, now using Frenoh and Austrian rifles, with first class Enflsids. Frank E. Wright, of hia department, leaves to dsy for Western Virginia, with a supply for the 1231 Tu New Ydsk World. This is one of the largo New York City papers, and one of the best of them. J, H. Studer, at his periodical establishment on Slate street, a few doors east of High street, will furnish tho World, on eaoh day after its publication, to subscribers at twenty oents a week. Mr. Studor ia regularly supplied with tho latest papers and periodicals of the day. " - Tbi funeral servloo of Jonathan V. M. Smith, of tha 46th Ohio regiment, ion of James H. and Sarah Martin, will take place at Blge low Chapel, Sabbath next, lGih inst., at 5 o'slock.'P, M. 'He died at Fort Pickering, Memphis, of ohronlo diarrhea, aged nineteen yeari. LixuTXNAHT W. F. WaiiLia, some years ago resident In this city, ai an attorney at law, of tbe firm of Wambaugh & Wheeler, but now an All on tho Staff of General Hamilton, the successor of General Roieorani, In command at Corinth, called nponns yesterday afternoon Lieut, Wheeler hai been In active lervioe for over a year, and haa obtained short fnrloagh; for the purpose of recruiting tli health, "whloh had become aomewhat im paired by jovere duty. , He rpiakr la the highest termi ol the bravery end 'gallantry t luuWR"eo' nloag0i opringneia, Ht. 1.9U s, clr.oinnat, Tndiftnar.oli. ft., " r.oInrnhnll Kw ol Lieut. Henry M. Nail, cf this oity, who com mandedihe 11th Battery at tho recent battles of Iuka end Corinth, and who ll now In this oity, under Inetruotlona from the War Depart ITIAnft tn .nnth.. fi.MAav Ifiai 9QJ A n. sordini In IW WK..I n.t a-hr. an.-V. I o " ... . t"" -i a! L . . L 1.1 10 - i . a i i - vi uh ue uimsou wiineisea ana neara irom his brother officers, no volunteer could make a better oholoe than to seek servioe under each o officer as Lieut. Nell. Oh a of the oldest, moat extensive and dodo- lar dry goods establishments In tbfs oity, Is that of Rftin & Hon. shfnli hu Kan .n .n Urged, fitted and replenished with tU best, the newest ana most tashionablo goods, as to make a visit to It worth the time and trouble, nnuli for the gratification of one's curiosity, It for no otherreaeoD Butcltlaens and strangers will And It one of the best places, at which to cur - .. .. . oaaaa ny aruoie iney may want in me goods line, for either use or ornament. . See I. . ., . , , , ' , I advertisements of Messrs. Bain & Son In another column. ' . INSWTCT. or Rcwaao. This Is the name of mwiviy nuu.D vraimi ujjiuo ouu uLuocrs are in New Yorkt and the chief ohUnt nt vhlnh la A tAA .lima ...... .ill morenartioularlrto look after he nflfd. nnrt welfare of children made orphans durlntr the progregs of the war. . .. . One clan Is to favor the establlnhm.nt nf larms... under the natronaae of the dlffirnt States, nrwnwhlohsuoh orphans maybe plaoed m4 ..,,,,,, ,.,,. ( tJ f.',. h evince un aptitude for any particular business or aooompusbment, the opportunity for tnstruo - S.l-'1', ... 1 fo.mIol. nf um.inr,0 PnmmiltBt,. whose biisiuess shall be to collect In eaoli town "u "" letters ana otner memorials v aviuicrB wuu uhtb gone lorta irom me local - Ity, and thus perpetuate some, knowledge of meir deeds and their fate. . iavia V4 noiion, m. u., corresponding Sec- retary of the Institute of Reward, has for the past three months been vieitiog the States of wmo, inaiana, 11 lino it, luissoun, lowa, and Wisconsin, to inaugurate ibis system of labors. It has been his oonstant aim to visit soldiers when opportunities have presented, and to this has extended his vlsitfl tn tha nnmriBi at I - - ------- ------ -- ,-r- - jMkBon, Tenn.t antl CotIllth. Miss. We wish U t - .av a- The Secretary has been iot two daja vlaUlnff Ilka .Uav1a, - r.. u..- -ui .a a ' . I Youth Patriotic Associations, and will to-moi-. row evening address our citizens on this impor-1 interest. ,, Gaaw Gaia Da to. On. school children of Columbus are Invited to i J V n,K'Ma gathering,' to hear. from Da- Vld P. Holton. M. D.. CorreHnond no SnnrflUr. .I it.. Ia..:..,i.a, n j i . . t ' 6 v im Aunvmuts ui jvswru, iutrsHiiog uarra- V.r:Zr " JVl Tenneseee and Mississippi. inuu nuu iuii. nieu uiue camps in neniucir. I Ta . ..j ui..:..: i i i 50' 1 . , JUol auditory BuiBii uiuuiaiu, iu musiraie wune fa(jU of BbTBioi0-T Admittance five cents.'' The entire receipts will be. given to theOr- nli.nl. ET... a, .UI- .f, IWUau.HWHWVl auiB UJftVV a vontha' P.trlotin A.uot.Mn .ill k. . ganlzed under the title "Hlstorlo Committee.1 whoso business it shall be to oolleot and record ,Ue"1' otsof letters, and other memorl .1. nf .nUI.Mi k... ... .u m I La Bwiuwin, wuu UBTO KUIIU luriu irUQl lyll-l lumbus, and thus perpetuate some knowledge I 01 Del' d"" n-rate. ANSON SMYTHE ' .: ' f Afrrv I. J. ALLEN, E. E. white; WM. M. AWL, W. E. IDE. ' E. E. WHITE; The time and nlace selooted for tha ahnva la oaiuraay, iota mst., iu A. M., at the Athe- neum, generously given for the occasion by D. b. nation, ceq. - 1 7 I 1 I f 1 I " i I CTt n per for r MoDNxio Buna at Adotion I will sell at No. 18. Buckeye Block, East Broad street, . oholoe seleotlon of domestlo and forolgn birds, Q , J BT 1 r A.n. . A A A oa BBtorday, Nov. 15, at 10 o'clock, A. M. The publio are Invited to call aod examine before the time of sale, i , ' W. R. KENT. Auntlonnor nov!4-2t. vVantid. A middle aged woman to do plain sewing,, and to be generally uueful about the honse. To one coming well recommended, fair wages will be given. The advertiser re side, some two miles in the country. Address "S. D.," Postoffloe Box 740, or ap- ply at this office. , . ootS9-tf ; i bi oeBi auvtce tn can do ituen lstoianei rnnr natural tenth .nrl in, .nr.. nm. .nnnrl using Hon,OH imamr Too?bJ- Uail for it at Htuder's, Marple's, Samuel's, Robert's, Wllson:.,8chueller's; Shaup's, Den-' a, Rldgway s, J. fowler , D D. S , or at rugglsts, Dentists or Perfumers any whero Try It one and all. .no tbe at 18 buu . laXXOSZKTGV-. Tbe A DEAL AN I DUMB BUT, ABOUT twalT year of age, went by the O. A O. B. R. to Olereland on th 13th ult. He I imall for hi age, with black hair and aharp black eye, won a black Jack et and panta, and black felt hat, the lnltlala of hia name, H. D. being marked upon hia olothlng. Be haa bees paealng from on atatlon to anotker on different railroad, and waa leen at Alllanoa on lh 18th ult. . Information aa to where he may be found will be thankfully reoeived by th Superintendent of the Initl- tuiton ror tn war ana Aiumn. j . Oolumbui, Oot. 7, lt8-dwtf. is Street Railroad. Our NOTICE IS nEHGBI GIVEN, THAT by order of the Corporator!. Book! will be opened at tha office of Meaara. Bartllt A Smith, In the oity of Colombo!, on Saturday, the 13th day of Decem ber, a. o. ibok, at luo cioca, a. iu., tor reoeiving inb icrlptloni to the capital etook of "The Oolumbua Rail road Company," and will mere remain open ror each anbecrlptlon until th entire itook of aald Company lju,uuu; anau oe taaen. . juiiN r. BAuiiia-, jimn miiiLxi. PBTKR AM BOB, OBBIN BACKUS, THBODOKB OOUBT00E, A. 0. HBADLIY, JACOB BBINHAhD, Corporator! of the Oolumbui Ballroad Oompany. Not. 18, lees-dfcwtd Take Sulphite of Lime AI TBI BUT AKS ltioarr ueliabiaE itietiiod ' Keeping Cider Sweet, . AUi TBI TBAB BOUND. At E. Schueller's Eaglo Drug Store, s. E. corner of Hlgb and Htcta su., COLUMBUS, OHIO. . ... Oct. 31-8wd.w. DR. ROBT; THOMPSON, Surgeon & Physician. Offlo Hlf h Street, North of Broad (No. 16). ' Beeldeno,N. fourth (Market) Btreet, near orDi of Spring. tUP Dr. T., u heratofora, lrta all dtieaaei of Bye. - Oolumbui, Dm. M. lail.-dAwtf. 9. c. hams, , '. : . . r:: ' - WHITE WHEAT .FLOUR, ' , RED WHEAT FLOUR,' "f t B.C. BODA, ' ; S&L.SODA, VT O.I .'. J4 t.Awf , j, , CREAM TARTAR .. . GREEN AND BLACK TEAS, J RIO AND JAVA COFFEE, WOODEN-WARE,- , v CORDAGE, ETC., ETC tl k 4 , ' ' ' e--- -1 IHIIU tn..i-tf.t ter - TELEGRAPHIC. Reported for the Ohio Statesman. "J " fjrt. If. i r irtt Hnnu I 9 Evening and Midnight Reports. FROM WASHINGTON. In riirH wmeowr uarney are neie 'I relation to the defenses of New York har the bor. It is understood the proper departments have acceded to their reauest for udenn&ta nri Washington-, Nov. 13. Lord Lvon. who returned to Washington yesterday, paid a visit fnf "Jg 54, moralDe. It is ascertained on Inaulrv tht nn tlons have been reoeived from tha nffl in Kh uml of 'he Potomao ainoe the change of poTon of the chance, will find no rtiffinH in hi,, i..ti...j " "v,"o A fef! 0.-0K"n, nd Pi req1l8lte Jorder9 .hi uvdv HlfOWJJ UWU JBSUBU. ' Running the Charleston Blockade. ... AT "OT0"' !." WAdHiaoTOH, Nov. 13. The story about a iron-oiaa wmoa rnn leeea iron-olad which rnn tha kinnv. . w"ttne"on 18 "aceaDie Here to an event that vrr"""r "ur monn ago, ana wmon was soon ;orpnbIf?hed- 'he Flambeau's rifled gnns mud no Impression on tho blockade rnnner, u'Be none or ine random ahots atrnck T . run oy tne f lambeau b.l rflnL.r." Europo, finds no confirmation at the Navv Da. r, DVhW. k'9 DOt int,iffereDl 10 obtaining ; , i-iV. From Port Royal. "'rT,-V " U,M" mm ,ne I'ln exertions Eneines were be no- removed frm tha tiu '"S" "i reooi troops arrived from Charleston, and our forces retreated to the boats end A rebel deserter reported BnAnpAnarrf .... - YZThJRi?""W b7.tbe lw,w ow,ov. 13. Advices from Port ""J1 "J gunooai weetern World, report a "vftl and military expedition, comprising three hnDcired Rhode Islandors, had torn up the rails u" ""obuu ana oavannan railraod ..i, ... '.a 7t ..7. o- " be plaoed In one of the rebel ram, nf tarhlnh matrAmn I a a AUAni I ' ' A Befc? company is doing picket duty on St. Nimnna I alanl tin I a. .(.Iia m m . crews of them reoentlv Drooeeded nn D,in river tDd oaptured a rebel deputy marshal and two pickets. ... tirn i!in 7ofnao mem, Killing The health of the troopi at Port Ro.al la toTl noyai 18 i i. SamF.anciboo. Nov. 13.-Market nnnUn. aii m.j. i ., . -o. uiiug uiiuBueruBTe receniiT ni7nnort twenty-five per cent. Insnranoe on oariroes to l.loAailAnl a. J 1Ia,A1 9 a . .-A . ' Liverpool and Calcutta advanced to A riT .n, , , cent. Sailed Ship Melita, for England, carrying twenlv-four thousand sacks of whnat Liverpool, Enoch Train, with a cargo ol fifty-one thousand sacks of wheat and one hun dred and fifty thousand pounds tallow. Additional Southern News. there WBB ariDHrtin ClrrnlAtlnn nn Cl.tn... . " waiuiuai ,1" 6 Sl-0. v ooourred ln the TioiDitJ . "buiuo county, on i nnrsday ,a8, bo'eon ome six regiments ol North Carolina State troops, nnder command of Gov Vanoe and Gov. Jllartin, and about ten thousand The Ralelch Journnl nf Rainnla. a.. h. this report is incorrect, and that nothing of the kind had taken place sinco the fight of Sundav evening. ' A disptoh from Goldoboro, dated 10 o'clock Friday night, atates that there had boen no fighting, and that the enemy bad retreated in direction ot wewon. We do not exaatlv understand how they could have retreated to- ward Weldon, since that Is the point toward wuiuu mey were supposed to Do advancing. b. at v.. Grant Occupies Holly Spring. 13. A Missouri Democrat says Gen. Grant' ad. vance occupied Holly Springs to-day, and our jm;n.oto are iwu nine norm oi mat place. A second dispatch Bays Col. Lee, of the 7th Ohio cavalry, had driven in tho rebel pickets Lnmkin'a mills on tbo Talahatohle river 'oar m"e" B0U'h of Holly Springs, and oaptured m Pri80n., am?8 'nem several Bk skiIohinriVnowVoin'on " ZVZt mills, and the rebels are retiring. Gen. Grant determined to drive the rebels to the wall yiu auem lucre. the for ed do to n,,..... v.. ii r a ... ""-uV. "."ll wpuuuenoe Ot tne OTMff IZ' XX'W hnro - h tn nisht at.ta that h ,.k.i. .... .. Kabandel n .lnta'PpS 1 None of their troops have been seen for near ly a week. Our cavalry are scouting In the vicinity of Marlinsburg. It is reported that Jackson had returned to Winchester with con siderable force, aod was to move westward. general opinion ia that he will go lo Staunton, as Gen. Cox's march toward there exciting great apprehension among the reb els. A week ago Cox was In HlehlonJ count. within forty miles of Staunton. Naobvillc, Nov. 13. A reported fight near Lebcnon, on Tuesday, between Kennett's and Walford'a osvalry on the Federal side and Morgan's men on tbo other, tbe loss was seven guerrilla killed, and one hundred and twenty live oaptured, and also a number of horses cavalry Is in pursuit. Cheatham's rebel division Is at Tullahoma. Part of Brace's army is reported at Knoi- ville. The rebels sre moving their sick to Chatta nooga. the rebols left a large amount of stores at Murireesboro. HtADQOAKTias, Wabbm-toi. Nov. 13. No. thing of interest haa transpired. Barnside is engsged with his principal officers on business matters. Supply trains are continually arriv ing. Hooker took oommand of bis corps to day. Porter left for Washington. Halleok arrived here this afternoon. - Washington, Nov. 13. Resorts of a dlaaa. to the army of the Potomac involving the safety of Washington and tbe recapture of narpere r erry, nave oeen circulated, but they have no foundation In truth. Borksville, Ky., Nov. 13.-Sixteen hundred rebel cavalry have arrived here. They say that firs thousand more are on the way to re inforce them. one new the A lor tl on I Vl We 640 AMERICAN HOTEL. OPP08IT1 STATS H0U8J, COLUMBUS, OHIO. nPBIB OLD ESTABLISHED AND WILL KNOWN JL iiouee, aurUgtnpaateeon haa been thoroughly renovated, repainted and lelurnlabad in atila both eonvfortabl and elegant, to that we feel well aiiured that woee wno favor ua wltn a oali will flnd all tne oontorta and eonvenlenoei uaual In llrat olaji Hotel. WABDEK V EKIERKt ootlS-dly PB0PB1IT0BB. Ilonry XSLeroJalor-, ' (Lateof Phalon'iBitablUhioent.N. T.,) DKOPHIETOH OF THE NEW TOKK a. raatitonaoia enaving, iialr Cutllng, BhampMning Oorllng and Dreailng Saloon, . In the BtMrsmcmt of tho K4ril Houcm), where aalUfactloo will b gltin la' ell th various branehea. Ladlea' and Children'! Hair Dreilng qn In th bert iyw. , ,.v Warm tad Cold Bathi can be had at all Hour ' MEBinO CNtoBRe ' BATIf A SON. VS aVBMKMT, Ion for tl S0 COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Market. NEW YORK, November 13 A8H18 Staadi. Haiti SO bbu at PS12ofbr nota BUU VO lur VDBllfl. HOPB-Verj firm and in fair JeminJ at 182to for new, FLOtTO Th market ii So b;Hr with a fair demand for export and home me, and moderate rpeonlatlon in quiry. The ulei oomprtio 10,800 bbla at a) 6039 90 for Hnperflne itatei SO 0i(6 Si for extra tate; 5fc0(S5 00 or iDpernne woiiern: en lucao w ror oommon w medi um extra weetemi ti 030 63 for oommon to good hipping brand! extra round hoop Ohio, and .7 1398 85 for trade brandi. The market oloilni aulet with holder. b iiilid man, aupoica 10 reailB 9. CANADIAN PLOUttIhe market ll 5ffll0c better. with a modertte demand. The aalei to-dny were 030 bbliat tl 106 S3 for oommon i and 8 30(38 85 for good ( ILOnHOnlet and iteAdv. with iaLm .i 14 7s 5 50. OOBN1IXAL-Budy,wltb laloa 500 bbla Jeraey at W11IBKT The market ftron the hmn. Thar. weie aalea 730 banrela at 3037o the Inilde price for itate. WHIAI-Market onenad a aha.la .mM. k,,t aiik . limited exoort inauirw. Tha aai. m,.. nrnhMAk OhlcaiTO tnrina at ai 1B3.1 25: 1Q nm hn.h uiimVA. siudbi -Aiii.1 u, u.uuu Data amber Iowa at SI 343 1 36 : 32 J00 buh winter red waat.m Mvati At. 7,000 buh amber Michigan at l 47; 8900 buiheli amber duiuj Bii u; xi.ovu ouan wmte Mlohtgan at 1151(3 1 58; and 3,000 bath choloe iDrinir uih Tk. lunrKBi vioBea yery qaieu ... BYE The market la anlet anil lihnnt n.tA.i.i ohange In pricea, at 7B(SB2o for weitern, and B&SOOo for elate. There ware ulea of 1.000 hiah.ii 800. ' ".. . 7. BABLIT Bcanya and danldadl Ann., -111. ..Iaa li , Sa?? raK . aoa7,ouu boih weitern at w uv. pan loernTee - . . M Aul We notice to-d ulaa nt A ann kat,.i. k..i... malt at 1 00. BI AN8 Balei of 100 barreia at A3 vyate An r min and 'i 75(93 80 for marrowfata. . "T'tpr beaty and eloaed lo lower, with fair DOitneia dolag for export and horn eonaomption' The ..,v uuaa at wa7XK0 TOT Imp- ping mixed weitern, nearly all at outalde prloe; BOSftfa ,., . , - a ' - I i-v au. vhwiu MuaiwD lor aamairM hia hMMi .i, a. VUU.M.UAI n.kD WCai,B. PA,Td79lfcrOT Dd 5TftncIng; sales at (J46lto for atesissgc. .r- , aiianur jir ismuiaF. niriotiv nr mn ranvABia. kaM OOPVaH Bio la more aotlva. ami nria a. . aalea of a.BOO hagiat 30.(a2),Q fot oommon to prime" fiUOARvllAW flrmRP. Thai atilM - a nnn i. neada at s,Vg,10Jt-o for Cuba; 10X12Xo for New bhwii m.ijuu iiuina viic.ua, U.V vuAoa xuTana a I lux, ana 1,.00 ban Per nambuao at 10. M01.AB81S8 Firm and in falrd-mand. -ai.. . io barreU Mew Orleana at 4U48o, and SO hogiheade at 42o. . PORE The demand continue! vnnd ami th. ..i.i i. without ImDorlantohaum. Halianf.un h.n.i. ..an SI3 12X rormeMiOloiingatthe lnalde price: SIS SO (it 13 50 for prime men and (11 SO OtiiS 00 for prime. UKBF The market la very quiet and icaroly anything doing. There were aalea of 100 barreia at 8 00(S10 75 for men; 5 507 00 for choice prime; (IS 003113 75 ropavacu mm, mna i.i amatCK uu lor extra meaa. P&UH9 M1CB8 BUaCF Dull and nomln.ll. ...h.. ed. - . BlltP rjAMB The market Ii nnl.t mil iihni .n. IU litl1 1IU1U A.A,Q;t out MB41IJ Inactive. BACON 8IDKS In better drmandand iaml.m .uh aalea of 1550 boxei atBo for lnnf, !.. n.rf.il?. ou. for ahort olear mlddlea, and Onmberland ont on prlrate .o.u... auuiuucu ui aaiui re ouu ooxea anort olear mld dlea for December and Janaarw daiiwan ti. ,;?,f ,r. . n . , A , ,7,7" " " Ma '' Prt0i ' f Aun t .-. i , . . mil. vij.iu,u, UCTTNit li leliuif aulte Ircalv at l!:iaiO(l r. fit.i,.. and 82S4o for itate. ' OBKKBI The market la rerv firm at nil In fnr oommon to prime. Cincinnati Market. CINCINNATI, Nov. 12. market ia dull, anil tha n.. ...ji n.n...H a. n.. H,,.. """a .... .... -..v, w .v. notaera are re fuaiug to follow to follow the decline, anrf tha..... nn. onaaea are not made wltn eaaa at th quotation!. We " "L" oieB au, tamiiy at aii 705 80 and at 15 9036 00. ... WHISKY Tne market la Arm. with .i.. .r awn kvi. I A.ipa. H0U8 Heavy are in fair dstnand. and the market a xneaaiea were: , 350averaa!n 800 lbe..Vi . 4 55 500 800 to 810.. 888 " l5 4 SO 4 50 4 60 4 50 110 " BIO , 300 " 880 MK88 PORK-A flood demand for Men Pork with a? Vo1,800 " 110 w nd 5UB b"e" 00'int aalei 1 50. GREKN MEATS Dnll B.,SorWp,.,Um.te. 53,0. BOX MB ATS A fair rt-man,l. anil .knt i rnn k Ihort Mlddlei lold at 77Xo for alear. iiAr.u-j.ne market u dull at 9o, at which rata S00 tierctft lola. GBBaSB-Salei ot 300 tiercea at 7ofor yellow and j ooa ri'0 tiiguer, uu Aio mail now (lIllTVirirl la I-al-l lrTll. .... 4UUWU . ULW1Q ine IIIBI WM 31i.r heura ait 1 1 IV 3S!o for fair te good, th former rate oaah. .Bi.'-m;j'.,5l.h;Id.K0.hKlr. .The .ale. i. uuuiai Malawi!; mr lair lo eooa ralr. unriaaiiii . tt-a a wbw'i. wvunuoDir uuiHUDMia, WHEAT The continued nnfaTnrhl ..ii... Eait ha produced a dull and heavy market, and red declined to 100 102 for prime, and at the olo,e there were no buyera at over our inilde quotation!. White cannot be lold to any extent at over 11 101 13 the beat Indiana or Ohio, and prime to choice Ken- lucay cau ue uuu KUl HI a 1 IJ.m 1 uu. Tha au Mnn... were: 2i5 buaheia ohoice wblte at (1 SO; 34 baihela red at BIOS, delivered; 300 buahel good Kcntuokj wblte at (1 IS, delivered, and 300 buihela prim red at 1 00. The three flrat aalea war maiia .. i. ih. day, and before the dtipatobe from New York were mad public uunn mere u an active demand for ear from the ret?i!S,r?,L?,",n?,!.,,!!!,lpt ""kgliaht, pricea advanced 499500. Shelled la coerce and in anA .. 4a4tio In bulk. About 1000 buih ear aold at 50c. and lot of 300 do at Slo. OATB The otterlnaa are liberal an in ...... iv. demand, and pricea are drooDlmr. W nim. ... aa 5uc, and old at 52x2)530 in bulk. Bale of 1300 buih in bulk at 49oi and 300 do old and new mixed at 52c ewed up in lack!, the buyer furnlihing lacka. mi. nm ucmauu buu Bu.pprya.re about equal and market rulei iteady at C4SC5o for prime lamplea. lot of 300 buihela lold at 08o. but tbli waa nniiA.A about the market, ai it waa offered on 'Change at our quotation!. bablikx ine offering! are more liberal, and th de mand beint llrht (the malnen havina- .nii. .i.h. drawn from the market), pricea deollned to Bi 30(21 35 tall, and 1 25 for atite iprlng. The ulea reported were; sou ouin prime ran at 01 30. 500 buah do do at 35, and 4I0 do Chicago iprlng at 1 15. HaY The market i unchanged and ateady. W quote paime Timothy at $13 00 11 Do per ton In balea arrival, the outalde rate for tight-prened. CDEKHR -The demand la onlv mil.i. k tin. (took ia not large, and holder! are Arm at lOo for - looted Weitern Beierve, and 10k3Jll0 for Enallih Dairy. BUTTER There I an Imnroved demanA. .a th. reoelpte not being io large, there ia a firmer feeling In i- a. h a-tjaABaa A b . AAiim.vv uu. yuvcm UBTv UU. BQaergOOO My OD&Dfff quote prime to choice at l&20o. at &14o. POTATOES The market remain dull at 60o per buihel for prime Neshannooka on arrival, and 7075e from atoro. Tho receipt! are liberal. APPLES A Continued dull market. Knt ,h. hove not undergone any change. We quote common to prime a. i ajuma vu per ddi on arrival, and 11 5 15032 25 from stoic. GuAfHe, Cleveland Market. CLEVELAND, Nov. 12. -13,500 buih wheat: 1 oar corn. WHEAT Balea of five can red on trak ai ia. buih afloat .at KLme, and 775 bnih white afloat at UATS-aie l oar en traok at 45a. H1QHWINE3 Quietat 380. PHUIT Selei two lona dried apple at 4Ko. BUTTEB-Sieadyatl718o. BOOS Preih tggi are worth 15(31Co. tAadtr Money Market. NEW YORK, Nov. 13. Th Money market oontinuea ver Arm at Rianu n null uwmhiii iui tvmuw vu van. JI.A.AAI - ., ,, Btrlotly Prim Paper oontinuea Arm at aim n ..,. dlioount. BterUng Bxchang rale dull and low! tha nn-i., are l 43S144( for Merohanta' and II tJiffll 46 Bankera' bills. American Oold la firmer onenlnrr at aiuiai? .n,i oloiing ateapy at 32x32K per cent, premium. uaurornia uom vara ar quiet and nominal at 31JK peroent. premium. Government Stock! uniettled. United Btat-aB'a lRfll mm l 03X United Btatea(7 B-10) Treaiury Note! New York Stock Market. New York Stock Market. NEW YORK, Nov. 13. Stock oloies easier. Ohlcaco and Book laiand T9X; Norwlchi and Worcester 76 Xi Mllwauke and Prairi du unein una preferred Sujkli Olevaland and Toledo 68X; Illinois Central sorlp74; Michigan Bouth am guaranteed fcOI American Sold 13SK; Pacific Meli;i21K! New Tork Central 103; Hndon73; Barlesa Harlem preferred 4; Mlohigan Central 86X1 Pitts burg, Port Wayn and Chicago 1st bonds 1113; U. B. sixes 1881 coupons 104X! California sevens S3; Brook ton water loan 100X; Indiana and Michigan 80; Illinois Central bond 100: Terra Haute and Wabash Sd band 81; Brl 4ih bond 99; Del. L. A W. 1 01; Galena and Ohloago 821 Cleveland and Pittsburg 37l Brl 61X1 do preferred BOX; Cleveland A Toledo 65V; Trsaaury Notes (7 3-10) 105X1 Little Miami 10SX; Michigan Bouthern 37! Michigan Southern seoond 09,; Brl ltd boods 190 1 Plltabnrg, Vort Wayn A Ohloago 3d bonds ao, ao is. ium i unioago sa norta W esters 1st 3X, do Sd 381 do issorted bonds 47 1 Cleveland, Oolumbo and Cincinnati lS!4Xi Panama 135; Mlaaouri Hib, SSi ; Ten nessee sixes Baoia and Milwaukee USVi United BtatMO Dtooupon 1OTJ; Reflate red I03K; U. 8. S'l 74 ooupon B3 Keglitered Sfi; Demand Mote 127jl Virginia live SS Tennessee 84X; Hannibal and o. iowrpuDonasojxi omiea Htate on year oertifi. eate WXl Beading 76 i; CdJcsaI Burlrngtoa and Qulncy 85X1 U.B. rar eerUSoaM 99X North Oare loa 's 70; Ohio ' of 81 114. . TTTlil fllilKIulIIDOOlfilY AND BUSK BOOXMAStlFACTORV. SPLINDIDLY laOT'PBD IMPK0VBD MACHINERY AND- STEAM POWER. N, w. LEFAVOlt, Supt- NOB. 32 34, 30, 38 N0ETH HIGH BTHIBT, Ntateaman BnlMlasri Second rieot ver II. rrevlnaa State Steam Printing Booms. IXTRA SUBSTANTIAL PAGED BLANK BOOKS, Wit or without Printed Heading, on Bnperlor pi RULED AND BOUND ' . To any required Pattern. 8TAT1 DUPABTMIMTB, BAILB0AD Off I0K8, BANKINO BOTJolt. ootjhtt orrioas arDibd at tha Loweal Price BOOK BINDING. Bytbeldlt rfllnle Volnma MAOAZTMBa. MONTH lit PUBLIOATIOKS PAMPHL1TB, PAPIBB, Bound lo any Beqalrtd Style. BINDING AND HE-BINDING for Pnbllo and Prlvat Llbrariei . Ordera from abroad will reoetn nmmnt anil an..i. attenUon. Addreea, r J. H. RILEY. or. N. W. I.RPAVDR Bookseller and Stationer, Superintendent Boum uiga Bireet. franklin Binder. . oovll-Jl Bo yon want Whiskera? Do yon want a Moustache T If .purchaaeoa bottle of Hi E. CHAMPION'S - EXCEt$!08 IMJCOHATOS! The world renowned Tollet-th only article of th kind ever offered th oeoole of the nnitJ a...u T. ZZ. I ..Ai.i. i. .k. . :. ....w. W uiW VaIaW UUB BBBQ Df Ut Vrannflf 111 T.nnil.M I a Mia ii ia in UUITU1B1 uaa. THB IX0BL8IOB Whisker Invigorator 1 ! Ii a BeauUful, Boonomloal, Boothlng, yet BUaalatln anrrfln. . HIa..! u ji. '. " "n". ...iiui, W1UOBBBB W iprUli: UD In bald I apoa i nne urowin or rana, aorT rah. I .1 THB 01LBBRAT1D . : I T l " J2:celsior Invigorator ! thm wnnlil nl na ui a aration, be without it. Th .i.i. . four to eight week, bring ont a thick aet of Waiaxaaj or A Tne'AWoul,, 10 announo to th publio that they art flIAPOLEOBJ'S TOILET ! The tubaorlben, feeling confident that this Toilet mull uiTTi- , P"0 0 ou" ever offered to X. . .! , , . , . expreaaing tnelr oonildenc In the article, juicing it from practical use. The Napoleon Hair Toilet Will Ooaa Bnaianr rr.m in an- aillaa.. A.ilt!f,"' ' PS'Prtod, If thidireetloni 1l trLot !?l?mti' wUch rjr almple and easy. The Hair Toilet doe not In any mannoi Interfered th the Natural Solruu of tAa Hrl,. i, ..i.t... -.Jl aordyei Itt but gives the hair a aoft, thrifty wear aoc. It alio prevent th hair from (aXLUig oand The Napoleon Hair Toilet Has been befer th Dublic hat a aiurt tim. ... v.. rea.ty been tested by over on thousand personal and they tesUfy that th Napoleon Hair Toilet la'ttTErt beaittltler over offered to th American people. To prevent this Toilet from hain. ltatd by nnprlnolpled panoiu, we do t etoitfcr ale at any Druggist'. In th United State. Therefo any(L.ly or Gentleman who de,lrea Boft, Luxuriant Hair and Corn, and Long, Boft Whiskers or Moustache, can proore ti Invigorator or Toilet, aithor on, for en dollar, inclosed In a letter, with their addraas. address o. f . BPBNY A 00., " Boa 18J, OolUnavltia, n.i.A, A. A,! "iKH oarafully aanl by re turn mail. ' ' I Il i I r . . A dla-aaaa. n -ivuaBACuKiuB. he by to . In Summer Arrangement. Little Miami Columbus & Xenia RAILROADS. For ClnoIiiiiBtl, Dayton btUanapolii! Through to Indianapolia without Change of Can, and but One Change of Can between Columbus and St. Louis. I ja ana Alter Monday, My O, leea. . Four Trains Daily from Columbus. FIRST TRAIN. flfNIiTMNATI A nnnitUAn A UTAH a. a.ivi. - topping at all itaUona between Oolumbui,' Olncinnat. aod Dayton; arriving at Olneinnatl at 10:30 a. m. at uajTOuo ji a. m. amve at indianapolia at 1:34 p. m. SECOND TRAIN. . BIPBBBB at 11:30 a. m., itoppmg at Jefferson. Lon don, Oharleaton, Oedarville.Ienla, Spring Valley, Cor- win, rort.Anclent, Morrow, Booth Lebanon, loator'a, Iioveland and Mllford, arriving at Cincinnati at 436 p. m., at Dayton at :5p. m. arriv at Indianapolia ..uw p. omuenuiia; bs uuotnnaa witn tn unlo ana miaeiaarM lie,; eonneotl itppl Ballroad for Bt. Louis, Vlnoennea, Cairo, ntlgg at Indianapoll for all point West. THIRD TRAINS I MAIL AND AC00MM0DATI0N at 4:10 p.m., stop ping at all stations between Oolumbui and Clnclnnatll eirivLux a. wuiuuiuau bi Av.au p.m. . - FOURTH TRAIN. amaaaiww, ,ia v&jim, at lariBt sniunigni, stonolniat London. Oharleaton. Tan la. riavinn mm. UlflUT BT.n BBB aI. . a ,n.n . . . . . dletown and Hamilton; arriving at ClndnnaU at 5:40 a. m. eonneoung witnuuoand Mliaaippi Ballroad for iimnrnw, awbisvuib, vairo, bi. iiouis, to. arriving at Indianapolia at 7:15 a. m.; connecting at Indian apolia ror t.arayeiie, Terr ataate, Ohloago, and all pomvs rresi. - SLEEPING CARS ON NIGHT TRAINS, HT Bor furtlur Information and Through Tickets, apply to M. L. DOUBHTV, Ticket Agent. Union Depot, vuivairus . 3 i P. W. BTBADBB, 4 j v. Oeasral Ticket Agent, Cincinnati. - ; JNO. W. DOHBRTT, j w- Agent, Oolumbui, ' I.W. WOODWARD, a- Superintendent, Cincinnati. . lambai, May I, 1868. of th n. tu Farii Ivutrinaa. F Tmvltot Dr, vr gtyllsh and kgaaijw un6 BOBin uign Bimt. 1862. Summer Arrangement—Time Changed. Great Northern & Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS AND CINCINNATI RAILROAD. Ooanaotliig at Oreetlin with th PITTBBUIWH, rr. WAYN1 Jt OHI0AQO BAIUtOAD Ar PUUburgk, flUacUpMa and Satttmon. fur tort Wayt and Ohieago. Oonnectlnf at Olereland with th LAU BH0RI RAIIr B0 AD For irunklrk, Buffalo, Albany, Boa- waaf aaaiw nJW K OTK THREE TRAINS DAILV, I01BT 8DNDAY. from Columbia, In connection with tralna on th "iiK inaArTis inn eni.rnuiiii I i II . . A. . . . " A' riBBT TBAIN. Nienr ixpubs r.aan. ni..k.. , u a . 1 ,,0,. Dataware, Aihley, Oardlngton, Ollead 7" ,' . ?' J" ""on norm of ualloui arrtrlna a, ?'711.n.d ? :M A- Dankirk lis P. U., Bottalt m.mm a . n., new SOrK 1U A.BX.. HoaCOB P M BI00ND TEA IN. "w JOBK IZPKISr Iamtm Ooltuabu at 11.11 A. M Oreatline, Bhelby, New London, Wellmgjioo and Graf- ft in i up ai lie law are, Oardingtoa, filioad, u '. ",ua " vieToiana ai Juo r m ., Dunkirk 8:04 P Kti aa ' . ., nw ... nuuBfn JIL-U f . aa.. Haw Vn.h V W D u ua...a a.m. i a. 1 inifiD TBAIN. MAY A T V auwb - Va1U AflU IXPHEHHTwafflAliirnkH. .1 n Will itOD kit All ta.tl A no mmW Ok.rk. j -a I.I.W, tu rj r -77---r.--. """" MU rlTincat Olereland at fi ll) 6. all ti.. 1.1.1. o.T . WUUUUUa WBllinSTIAfl. SArartAat anal Dana.... Buffalo S.-SO A. M., New Tork B:uO P. M., Bolton II lii 00NNI0TI0NS. At Delaware with BnrlnaflaM ... I andpointaoothatroai " "OT"a I at ureitlln with Pltuburgh. ft. Wayn and Ohkuw Ball road fer Plttabnnh. pEn.H.ihi. '.a rS.i;.r5" Alank. nsi.. " """BWJ. mif 8fh6" wJth Bandnaky, Uanifleld and Newark Ball nrl,lll0J5elnd, "J"1 i 8h" Ballroad for 'art, Dunkirk, Buffalo, Now York and Boaton. TV K""ia uu uisi rota, aik lor Toledo D.A-.A D. . r aient aietping Can are run on All silent Train f a nhlnn- v o ---a- w viuvbV aWSIV York and Boiton. Tkrougklonu York and Bo,km Ino York via OntUH. RETURNING. KlRbt Klureeo arrleae ainalnmh.. ., n. a a. OinclnnAtiIn)reaiArrlreaatnnlnmhn..i 11 .a, a u iuuoii arrire ai uoiumbua at 10:15 p. Id, ai . ai-e a low a by any outer Uoate. nk for Ticiett vU CrulUni or Ciaxl'nd. I. B. f LINT, enpeiLntendcut, Olerelaad, Ohio 1 AUEB PAXT1SBON, Agent, Onlnn.hna ftKlax Uoloahna, May 7.1aJ ful ikill Z ' ' l.atA PrnrAvaa... nf l. Pl.Mt.l J.a . io UWie vimiijue oe meal. uiuo rurmaov in raris. Jr aAVX1TIOSH OF 20 I Uougbs. Colds. Asthma. Flu. DrorwB. T. xjiver uomptaini, rues r istaia, Uout, Rhumatism, Sorotula, White Swelling, Nervous ninjonuo, r ever ana Ague, unions Uomplaints, Wf BW. VIU. Da. TAjnaXHni has met with mat k. vi. wii..i..i. , . . - . "w . : . . "Auu.u ui ai.uasus, wnartotnar very eminent pbvslclana have failed to nrodnna .i.. attest hi oonfideno In hi own skill and merita, he will " ii! th 'U """f without oharge except- ... - w. w. Mjvuwiuo, nquuini; no ICO UQ Ml Alter reatorauonof their health. Diseases of peculiar character ha itiinnlu. )n move radically In a few days, without offensive or dele sib warrant to all. no matter haa. evr or long standing tho disease, an effectual cure, or require no pay. female suffering with Irrerularl-1 tie, or norvoueneae. dcbilli. ate., ean h. n.,.....!. cured by Dr. V. Invalid In any lection ot the country, addressing a letter to him poet paid, and inclosing a can have advice and mi-tna win Va. r.M...i- .r. them. r r lLf Kcsldanoe. two doora fmia ttTTlojd Btrtast, IoDifrille, Jtj. Offioe hoar, from w a mi mua rrora x to p. m Br. A. J. TAN D H RHt.TfIB Mn w..wlnu b-bbsi ays VIST UU IiMdrdotrtlAtt of the ipeedj ear of Turioni die to. vhii ana eoe mmf CONSULTATION CRATIS. SIMOINTON'S EXCHANGE, , H. SIMONTON At SON, This I to certlto that I waa affliciad with xi.ii.i. in Ano for six years. Alter try Log every remedy, I placed myself under th oar of Dr. A. 1. Venders Ltoe, of Louisville, and In three month wa perfectly oured. Olven under my band this 31st of September, 185. buoabjiaN, Koiton, Mass. This la to certify that I have haan aflii.,.j -ui. bii I.'.,"TeS J,ut' Af"r Wng all known remedlea, and failing, CliA. J. Tanderilica performed a perfect onr three months. L0UI8 0OUBNAT. S3 Person toAo flff) flOf tMuAA. an tAiVABAta Unit my oartf may B, teiU fltati dUtributt trdt to the afflicted. epts-tf Sheriff's Sale, Clark ) ta, t Tl. franklin Oommon Pleas. Milton W. Dennlson BY VIBTTJE OP A WHIT or VENDI to m directed from the Court of Oommon Plea of vrauklln oounty, Ohio, I will offer for Bale at tha door of vuaii uubib in ua city oi uoiumbui, Q., on Saturday, the 6th day of December, A. D, 1863, between tha hoar of 10 o'clock a. and 4 o'clock r. ., m.w luim-iu, uvwnucu rvmi esoiiB, situat in tn oounty franklin and State ot Ohio, te witi KOI no. J, as laia UOWD and dea Urnatad nn tha nlat tn proceeding In th esse of Jaa Dennlson vs. Burr W. Dennlson etal.. In tbe Conrt of flnrnmnn Pi... n, rraaaiin oounty, unio, recorded In reoord book No. 87, page mo, and bounded u follows: Beginning at a stake w . corner to lot ho. a, in th oenter of th oounty road; thence along th center of aald road N. 1 deg. 15 minute B. 14 16-100 sole to a stake: thanra s. ta da. minute B. 813 60-100 notes to aataka In th. -..) line of John Cherry' land; thenoe along said lino B. 10 deg. 90 minutee B . 14 10-100 pole to a stake H. B cor narto said lot No 8 ; thence along th N. lln of said lot N. 87 deg. 15 mlnntea W. 815 ao-IOO nnlaa tn tha ha. ginning, oontatnlngelghteen acres and 150 pole, being r(u. .iiwh tt . ainuiaoB aet-on in said prooMd log In partition. Appraiaea at v per ten. ,,... a. W. HUffMAK. Bherlff. Printer's fee $.5,00. novl 1868-dltAwtd. fhr tlit me and ug as the do other Is lew who some As as do tuee won and This A Ba ot to It Notice. Daniel Gultner Inperlor Court franklin Livl laugham and othen uonnty, Oblo, PETITION. . OAIDXEVI LATJOHAIII. OF PITTS O burgh. In th Stat of Penntvlvanla. will take an. tica that Daniel Goltner, of th aald county and State, did, on th 13th day of August, A. D. 18S3, til hi peti tion in ia Buyenor uourt or rranklln ooonty, Ohio, again it th aald Levi Laugham, Qeorre Pegg aad Oeorg Brodenca, defeudantai in object and d raver of aald n. titloawaato obtain an order from said Court fa th. aala of th following deaorlbad real estate, to wit; aWeiubidr bi in uoriosaat corner or Ian daadad ha W. W. Davia to James Laugham, and In th mlddl of in piana roaa leaning irom Weitervill to Oolumbu; thenoe sonth 18X dg. east along th mlddl of laid road 56 feet: thenes aonth Faiu A.m. ai too . a. thenoe north 85 X deg west 318 rt to th sail lln of th lot deeded by James Laugham to B. B. Bowman; tnenc norm a eg. east along the east lln of aald lot 83 feat to th north aid of James Lanh.m'. thenoe south MX degree east along th north lln of ..ui..llinb.ii.ii...i . . . .imw v. ;;.i:,an P'bcb oi oegioning, eontalniog "-" mm-, um uia bbuib mora or ie, exospt a gate way along lb north lln t aald lot to th graveyard; all altaat In said franklin aaaaty, Onto; which said ls Is to satisfy a not and mortgage exec a tad ay the aid Larl Laugham on th Slh dsy of July, A. D. 1861, to th laid DanlellOuitner, for 114 56, paysbl on the 9th day of Jaou, . D. 1863, with lotereat from data. Th laid petition prays that mid Laagbam may pay said note oi ajiu.au, ana lb InMreet tnereon, or tbat the pre sill as b told to pay the aam. And th said Levi Laugham la notified that h la required to appear and answer aald petition on or.befor th flrit Monday la AB mi l-'' An.A.M 'AwAirt''''- au Aivn.au b vritioun, . - . Alt's far PI'?. try, No. al at Columbus, Nor. 9th, ISGJ-wftw i , AYEB'S ' Sarsaparilla FOE PUilllfVlWrt rrrrrr tt nnt SSOSk- 1 "mora. Ulnar., a.-.. . J. O. Ana A Co. e.nu, 1 iT'li 1!?8 knowledge what yon, SSiapVft! 'J" IIbWh uherited a fcrofu", ? J IV..m It in varioua waja tor AnTT?' ii!? . . i TBnuue waja lor vaa lcera on niv harni. .a out In Ulcere on my ham Bometlnua H bunt 111 I eoeaetliaM it ...nuii .uu umoani me at th. atnmk . r y! ago It broke out on my bead and eorandBr a-j. tH-yond dtacripUon. I tried many medlalABlnS-S -jil.jialciaua, but without much relief from any UilnT III Ih. c, the diaordar sraw At L....I. r IT . . t" read io the UoiDal .k., S. tla 3!f! an allwaUve (atruparllla), for I knew from you? riut ii"U IU BUT UIIDE VOU mall. m...t K. w, T ... a- JI.lnnaUandgot fi,anduei-Mttmitern. I took ... kiavi, nm uouiea. Mew and naaliiir iZ.'EFJy'SJ0, f? unw. hi Tt" ; leoiina! ( can wall I mm. thai 1 iuJ romaln iu.""' " .222" . a . a. ' aIaFkkj) a tallst. ni. aninony'i lTIro, Dr. Kobert V. Pmhl. m! ... w Bopt., 185K, that he hat cured an inratat.' Ji, wupty, wnico ureaunea to terminaU fAtallr, by tha porMTering ua of our Saraaparllla, uid alao a daiAgaroua Malignant Hryiipelai by larir doae of th earne; aara be euro! the common Eruption! by it conaUnlly. uroncnoceie, uottro or Swalleel Seek. Zebtllon Sloan nf Pmawt T... ..I.aa ic m. . tli of your SaraaparUU cured mafrom a Goitrtm hit- .ma awenmg on I Be Deck, which I bid au0r4 fhua over two yeara." Loncorrlto-a or Whltea, Ovarian Taimsr, Dr. X B. g. Charming, of New York City, write : "I .mail aJiaBaVBBB. oheorfully comply with th request of jour agt In 1 ""e lounu your Baraapanlla a moat eicelUut all-ratWe In th numerou ooninlaJoti for which w employ loch a remedy, bat eeneclallr in Asuitt Duma of the Bcrofulout dlatheate. I bare cured many Inreur ate ram of Leucorrhom by It, and eome where tlie ooaa- inaiui wna cauara ui uiatralum or tlia mat,,. Vhm nh. aiimi iteelf waa eoou cured. Nothing within my knowl- ...I... una . I. I'm. .I..a 1 . . .. "-i"-'- . wvmm icuiaio BerBoraueuia.- Adward 8. Marrow, of Newbury, Ala, writes, -A. daa- lroni omrian tumor on on of tbe femalee In my family. which had defied all the remadlaa .M .niLi. ull iodkiu ueeu comnfatalv nurwl l,v nnp h.1m.i rj a... japorllla. Our phyiiclan thought nothing but anima tion could anord relief, but be adrlied th trial of your Banuparlll aa the laat reeort beibrs mttln .ml ia proTiHl effectual. After taklngyour remedy eight weak uimiau vi uiv inaaBan remaina.- ' Byphlll and Slarcorlal Dlieai. a. a a. . . Nlw Oauuin, th Augnat, 186S. Da. J. C. Ami Sir. I ohearfull vmnl arllh th. - quntt or your agent, and report to you aome of th afloct u.,. ,ruim wna your rjaraapanua. I bare cured with It, In my praeUce, moat ot th eoa plainla fur which it la recommended, and hare found iu . 7 wuuu""ui in tne cure oi rnmaiga, Alnr- f? .?'" .Mrfmy had Byphiiitiui- ".""" bob uu top of hi mouth. Your 8riaparllla, etaadlly taittn, Alirml l,lm In ... 1. - A . 1. . . . - ma . ai.w vaa. AAUwvuar waa Bicacaaa vj eeo ondary aymptome in hi noee, and the ulceraUoo had eateu away a conslderahl part of It, ao that I believe th dlaorder would aoon reach hie bralo and kill him. But it yiolded to my admlni-tratlon of your Barcaparllla; tha ulcere healed, and he I well ajrain. nnt at -n,. i.L,... aome dl, figuration to hia face. A woman who bad beu treated for th earn ditorder by mercury waa eunertiur troui this poUon iu bar boDea. They had become k a altive to the weather that on a damp day ihe luffarad ex cruciating pain in her joint and bona, fhe. too, waa cured entirely by your Saraaperilla In a v seek. I know from iu formula, which your agent gave me, that thla Preparation from vnnr lahnminr m,,T.t k. . remedy: conaeqnently, thee truly nmarkabl teaults With it have not surprised ta. rraiernauyyoura, O. V. LABIMEB, M. B. Kheumatlam, Goat, Llvr Complolatti. ItipiNi)Elcf, Preaton Co., Ta., tth July, 1SW. DA. J. C. Avtlt! Sir. T har L.n .mi.mA .1.1. a ui- clironic Jiluuwuttum tar loag time, which battled tin of phyaiclans, aud alack to me In spite of all th. remadiaa 1 could find, until I tried your Saxuapariila. On poiue cured me in two weeka, and restored my gnral health ao much that I am 1st better than baron I was attacked. 1 think It a wonderful medlciue. J. a'BBAJM. Julea T. Getchell.of St. aLonla. wrltaai T ha Iaa.. afflicted for years with an eviction of Ms Xisw, which dntroyod my health. I tried overy thing, and every thing tilled to roiiev ma: anA I have Loan a i,mkanfeTn uom years from ao other cauee than deravwawunt Livtr. My beloved pastor, the Bev. Mr. Espy, advised to try your Sarsararilla, because he aald he knew you, any thing you made was worth trying. By the ble- ol tied it has cured me, and baa so purified my blood to make a new man of me. I feel young again. The '"u iwsaiaoi you is not nait good euougb.- Srhlrrua.Cancer Tumors, EttlarsxCKtaut, luci.imu, vurira aaa u-xioiiatloa or tha Bone. - A grant varietv of rasee he bean remrtiid to na whana cures of these formidable complaint hare resulted froaa use of this remedv. but onr anaca hara will not admie them. Some nf tUem may be found in our America Almanac, which the axrents below namad ara nlaaa-Al b furnish graUs to all who call for them. Dyipcpila, Heart Disease, Fit, EpUeo my, JilelancUoty, Nenralsrla. Many remarkablo cures of theaa aflactloiia hava - made by the alterative power of this medicine. It stimu late the vital functions Into vigorous action, and thus OTercomea disorders which would be supposed beyond Its tmc' Such a remedy has long been required by the ne- cesilties of the people, and wo ara confident that this will lor them all that medicine can do. , Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, - FOR THE RAPID CURE OF Congh, Cold, Influcms, Iloarscne) iroup, Hrouchltls, Incipient Con. nrnption, ana ror th Relief ' or Consumptive Patient In advanced Stages of tbe Dlaeaae. This Is a reaaedy ao nniversallv known to surnass an for th cur of threat and lug complaint, that a useless her to publish tha evidence of It virtue. It unrivalled excellence for coughs and colds, and Its truly wonderful curse of pulmonary disease, have mad It known throughout the civilised nations of th earth. are th oommunltle. or even families, amour them hare not some personal experience of ttsellects living trophy in their midst of Its victory over the subtle And dangerous disorders of th throat and lunga. all know th dreadful utalitv of these disorders, and they know, too, the effects of this remedy, we need not more than to assur them that It has now all th vtt. that It did hare when making tbe cure which faav so strongly upon th eoufidene of mankind. Prepared by Or. J. 0. ATEB & CO., Lowell, for sals by O. BOBXBTB, Columbus, and ky U uawivra in mqiuaiuo avsrywuer. April 18, lUtM-dfcweowij SITES VZS0E5T SELTZER APERIENT, valuable and popular Msdloln has universally r. U1V BBOBI IBVOniDIB """""lIHIftftl Of ' ' theMamoAA Paoraaaioa aad u Poauo -a th moat arricmT ana .. ... SALINE APERIENT It may be used with th best effect la Billiout and Febrile Dieeaoei, Costitxtn Siek HeadacU, Naueea, Lot of Appetite, Induction, Acidity of the Stowmeh, Totyidity of the liner. Gout, RheumatU Afeetioni, . (hawel, Gteut, ara aU. ooktrtiixTs wnsm Grntla stnd Oooling Aperient Arumau-v-ei ui xve-q.vLlx'eu. It I Dartloalarlw .A.mA . rMMiA.. a. and Land, idnt in Hot Oilmataa, Parsons of Bedentary Habit. Invalid and Oeavalaaanki n.na.in. . Vsssals and Planter will find It valaabl addition ' weir meaioai uneaui. i '. I la th font of a Powder, oarafully put np In bottle ' to a oop iq anv oiimaas, and merely requires water poured upon II to predate - a aougnuui etrervMocni . bsverag. - numsroa taanmnnaiiB iroia prorssBMBi gentlemen of th highest standing through and its steadily Increasing popularity f years, strongly guarantee its sffloacy and Vi Numerous tesllnvonlalA from profeasioBal and etbar uaroognoui in ooBav- 1 ror a aerlei of valnahl. .h... aeter, aad oommand It to In (avorabl notioa of aa ia- telllgent publio. . , Manufactured only ay TARRANT & CO., 278 Greeiivioli St., cor. Wattm 8 AMD fOB 8ALB BT DBUQtilSTfl 0BNBBAUI. April 84, 1068-dfcwly : I' ' Master. Oomniissioner's Sale. ' Brocken ridge Wilson, ) Docttt S;pag 457. Bupenorvourter franklin Wllfuu Botertron, t al.) Oounty. Iff pi7H8r;A the mid Court" hat the tlliaaaa haa anna ft. 'v ' miu j a lww clear, and kiM. h-tnw wllota thai I fil ml,., J .... ijioB or An ordeh or t Te me directed, I will offer for ale. . tbe door of ihe Court Dour in th city ot Colum Saturday, tbe 6th day of Deoembar, A. D. 186., on o'clock P. M.,the following dewrlbed real . tats.sltuau In franklin county, Ohio, to wit! ... Toeaoulh halt of lot number three (3), being on acre and on fourth, a per plat of aald subdivision In a of halt Motion number 14, Township 5, Bang 88, refuge land. , . , Appraised at 100 per acre. '. - n v. trrrwruiw si. , . si. v'', -' "aBtee tjommlwlontr. li.. iiuitin tvwm D0V4 dUAwtd Ijul.