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BUS,;oniO. TUESPAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10 1863.
la'J .Utr 128; Daily,TrlekIyeekiy. ""Offloe Ho. SO, 38 tod 40 North nigh Btreet. T i; u ni : (Imiriabty in A&vanc.) Dktl: ly, per year .'..?. OO lSKe 3 0 l 7s 7 to ......M 00 " th Oarrier, -pm week. . to-week . Mr iiw w eea ly, single eopy . per year. . . A Clubs of 5 copia j ;M.v .......v. ......87 SO ESTABLISHED 1760. 1 . A . ' , PRTER LORILLARD, Snuff and Tobocoo ' Manufacturer, 18 18 CBAHBBB8 BTEBBT, 1 OoruMilr fi Ohitbtm Btwet, How York), Would will the stlmtion of dMlorj to tba article! ( klUMnuhcturaitzi t , r . j . browh nsruf. Iltciboy, ' ' . Demlgrw. VIim BappM, tor VlrglnU, Oor Kappea, . NucbUoelies, AilinloiuiaeDlltinta, ' Oopsnhagen. ' if ft l : ootob, . Money Dew Sootch , Illgh Tout Scotch, l'joh Bossy Dew Sootcb, Irtoh Ulxh Tout, Ifreah eyikh. or Iiaod; rout, . Iljf Intimon m vu to Tin iami mvootioh mam t tumQn OnnnM aKo Bmobijri Vaktoooi, wiuca wiu n rovnv 0 4 UoruiaK Qotirrr. ' SUM 8M0KINO I V 8M0KINO. g IN1-0UT OnEWlNQ loon. ...,, 1, P. A. L., Of pliln, B. Jkgo, ' OftTODdllh. or Hvdfii. - . fin&nlah. - ' So.t, " ' Street Betntal Orooooo, Oanuter, N01. 19 Tin oll CitTendlth. Tarklah nlied, flrualtted. . - 1 H. B. A olrouUr of nrioe will be wnt en iddUoa 0 on. tafH't3-dly & ,1 .. 1 tu,at ? Opbeil 8epi. l6tb,'186SwW v I jfciiV 5-J .' ' ' - ' ':n M.:.. -: T 'I . .( ' .. I 1 I A t I f 'A 1 Opposite Capitol EaUdijig, High Btreet, Columbus," Ohiol" i lm Now Beadf for th Xleonption Of m.r.WALSTEilt FAILING, Pioim , ... vujj.iruiv.,;j,,I , ,..,ettl8'UMIf : . t Iiite of Fbtlon't BsUblUluari, N. V,,. dkohhiktok or Tllliltra " 9-1 Ttitilonsbie lliaTloir. liatr tiatllua. BhtmnnMliiir Oofhiig ad DreHicx Balwa, ' '' Irx tho Wnmnnent of th JTooij "T " nn,M th fori tot Ucc, J kMQ0):m. , . i Ltdlni' t-.3 0hlMr3 l U'Sl DrNr trn. 1 III ten U5. X -X iti Mr i. j W arm md. KiLl JBatha can. b had tt i:a ll 0onr A t Out , SOLDIERS! , (8 1 Both' Conscripts and ' Volunteers 1 1 "Did 'too know that' Iie le ot Wiiho ID ...I r't I the Army In tooroe of. fiiormnue profltT Aro to im that msDt bnudrcd dollars oo be jado.gu.B einglo par dij. br ny on of.or dioary IhihIown .Uotl s Aud, fartbnr, do yoa kuow that we tre otimvg the mott Aocnrate Dartbl e, nd Saleable Watohet la the America Market, at Pdofbaffltog all Competition t ' ' The artiele especially deierrlng attentioa a this lime la onr eelehraied- j With Hea.Bteriiwi Bilrer Caeee, Especially. A-daptedfor Anny : Sales, - f rrank Lealla'i Illutraled Ntwipaper, of tel. 91, . - IB03, eayat Uua'egiii ntm are boeemlnitpru ,, feiblal for tbelr aooataryand jrellablllljr. Tlvyare ' particularly taluable for ofllceri In the army and trar lera.J'i -'" --1 115 tb Army and' Hav flaMtta, of nitodelpbtatn lu flonberoi Hay B.rTlcwing UiK wak3b,aaya ., W ate pirated to lee that the Inportatloni of tba IIoBBAao BRoa. are neetlDK the enormoai tale that nob eitra- ordinary eoterpilra a tbelr eo rleh y rerlai.-4Cbea .-. r watebea are noTaltiee prodooed by bo other beoee, (ar eyoeedlnf ether manafactarei In point of aeoartoy and .elegance, fidelity and promptneee to tbelr patrona t rr4er tba howe a detlrable Bwdloa fortradere In the t.raaf!'.ji.M. t.J i " '.irf' .t-ms as '. ,,. !.- Tba New Toik Weekly, of July 93, 1H0J, volantarlly . ayi ''We bare been iliown by the Menri. Uobbakd 1 Jiaoe., who are the eiolurlre lmportere of the irtlole, erhat tbey mott appropriately tern tlx tUawar TiMa Bm, being a enperbly OnUbed watah, which ie war ranted to keen the moat aeenrata lime in all climate. Tba beauty ot theae Timekeepers I only equalled by I inoiteaeapneii. ) rngwcaew, DeautiiuiwmteMmeitfiai. jianu-i varranUd la rum amat keep taaellent Umit Price, tier turn or hair aoaen, gnu. . HII. Il bikII ftl A inr nnil... I Vf ? l.nrrA. OA MrtUaildltlnnKh ' A .( i1nllrv hr mull uarantMd. Bold mlvtoth mi I Th BailwaV ffitUKAraa'la aato fnrniahid In hand- aome silver plated eaeesrand lo all other reipactatb aaa aethaj silver ODtwwhile In Appearance tbey sural rally equal, rno eaaprroaae or tlx. roeugea)i,uo. 4 (jjBeg late rlpgW PP t3jOaiwypy Wtt-tS1 'M(il0fiM.OBSEUm ----- inm raniautivn vw Eauim.' wr iMno tTunUno. or.Pm, facile lady' it or Ot- -mi -tmm, Vote -Oonlmutt, iM lahMtklf-, " - fcA.i'T:-ttfenrVJhJltahrjt.o Jan.l ML jAan843. en aaJtU7. enUTllasnmMWa ! boaa u . ahowa moat PkalpK- novelty, it which th iinuaaa Baoa.i of New fork, are the sole lmportere. It la eaU 1 4 fl the 4iAir'lll etatvi,nd Is a Hutting and ,tl()epTii far) Wa tcbi ooaBbtned .On, of Ih prettleatv .moatoonvtnleut, and i)ecldedl th beat and aheap timepiece for general and reliable' Hi ever oITired. It baa within Til and-connected with Ue -aiachlWy) tt ... l II.... a,aAihimiA: mninrind I, liw AnAIM. 1 . u' Bcaaary... The oases tf tbl Waleb a)rompoJaof two mdala, the ooter oa being due 10 carat gold. I -It hu th Imprnted ruby action lover moremeut, aad te warranted an accurate timepiece. --rrrce-,apeiiuy 'bgraved' per ejie; or nair ameu, avii cmmpi -ct ,vaunea nay m w i'ltlnl. l ce l. IT BIVatAliBa aanti ha aznffiaa a an lartof tb'VTJ -Lvlaf with bill payabls t; Hxpraas ascot, upea. dlve- . a. mi,, craooB oririo in, tnia manner ipoioiw 81 it A proof ef ihebr iloorHty, th amount to b endlvoO eonaia Utabtn'. a.U u. laLlaiw t;n l . aid ia-. carta Ihtrtqf, mutt aI aaymint in a(!vanoi,m tb Ispreas Companle pfTtmntoril rafnae makln 5lleo-1 tlanctnauehprecatlona localltlee. Mt-ney can b If bi sxnrat or matt tn a rgt ' M tared letter, at our rhl . Onr Patrons are requeited call In person, when It la convenient fo thiol to do (0. mi i u A it is uros. ImpoTtors, . (.ie iii,l!iwgDuwaa-.w " .A.jiw . .a. .14 i -iut u gei. 'I 'i "' lis", jl-'i It i il JU i is jj.iiu.ijI' 1 ii-K MRS.AMA.kVANnOUaf .i-v-vrf fr$R$ Eat Town ttrtd, ttil jerWOHH ,9 4 ILLi -S J l.flirilJIXr nun r?tn !riiii,.fA PttlOB (45 to 7S giving chelct'arxat mcnanas of either the Shuttle or Double-lock BUtcbee, of same etyle and prloe. Call and aee them or tend for Ulroular. ' W. BBLLt Agent, ISO Itt Mound ftreet, Oolumbui anglWBm ti ... j ; .'; , .'.' 371 osa dts T3a.mxGTeieH .1 1" , j !. . ' " ; i O. W, CKOWBiL Ac CO., , : Manuaoturerr, Cleveland, Ohio, B1XK 1 LAOS, ; ' BtJNTINa FLA(fs, ' MOULTlf ILAGB. All tliee at rery low ' ' - rafej. I JCfSend foroirrulor. a. W OHOWELL A 00., Olerelaad, Ohio. juneju-atootr.'-w'-'i FURNITURE MANUFACTORY i 'il :' ' lit .1 I- r.'oif oii j f ' 11 J: if JA o on , fibui:k; having puh. chaeed the entire etook and boalneaa of Heetre. BhoelU)er .,Broir to., the furniture Uannfaolory, No. 162 South High Street, will eontlnue the buslneea at the , j SAME STAUD AS HEBETOPOBE and aollolbj the eottom ef the old patron of the eitab liabmeotand the puliliogenorally. AH bnsineMwllllie PUNCTUALLY AI TENDtD TO! and furniture mnnuterofeJ or repali:tl promptly ac cording to order .- ..., 1 . f lautB la tiro eagdid in the builoeia of ao XJio.cl.oi"tn.ls.oi", to whloh he will glre apeolal and prompt attention. aprU-ly, :! l. -v Hi; Arriving' DailypV AT , HEAD LEF, RICHARD UM 250 1 and 52 Silli.tjh St. wi Ail I ',i?:j;a,7l'!( 7::,r.'i'!' r.- ".i'J, DHFSS SILKS. ;rp. on) , ; I 9 5 UNDERGARMENTS 1 i ... I SHAWLS in GREAT Variety. ,w. Headley, Richards & Co. eolM . '" ' " Oountnr Produce Oommission House. a n;A w th olb mx ot i. I J Mmer? & . OarpeHtdf; Ao. 8 EM 'Bttddinoi. lYrte ; YtSrV, (300 With- c-j itvliHl laoton itfrscf).!.'! ne-j Is: - CTILL reoalre and sell V lour, Grain, Batten Lard, O Olieeae, fjggt, Park, tjeede, Hops, Beans, Dried Jrulla, Pooltry, (Jama, etc. i ' . I Oaab adraaoed on ihlpntenti,' and prompt -- returns made of aalee. Send for onr Price Onrrent lletk ; Barntamcm President of Ibe Irving Bank. N. ;T. Oltyi'Pmfdent of N. Y- Ac 1. Ball way Oo.; flonld nibbard, Warsaw, N. T: D. Baldwin,' laq., fowler to., M. 0 Obtol H. aV klaDg. . Geneva Ohio) Oror venor, Bnj Janeavtllis Wl.- inr, aaq mobll-dlT .i . ...... .l VtI"l Spiles i piles i tVitfiold's; VegetalblePill riMiuua.BUIMlUK u rii.""" ingoompteixtt. areid th ! bt externaTappiieation;, an tbey retult only In aggraTatlng the difficulty, i - . nn- DfAiiaviur.im h-i. k I to aiaat aaa aieou a pcrmaBen ure- va . a 'Fbe Pin a Bare r on tried for thnatt iveryer, a4 la d feMlaaee) bar tey failed to oara. f PiloeSt eentaw kW Beat by euail to any 'ddruu. 3. YOUNG, Sola Proprietor.! A H. 48 1 Broadway, N. t. torsattbyariBmgglst, La(U-d3ai u.il av4dJoi'-'-'W '. mf r.' . k . . ... M . M -I i l-r f - - I I - ' All ntl Mt Xr . I! A m Iti 1 C!3i fin wwiyI,iWMyWfVHw'Lllt1,pw,0l J it Jl 1,1 t. . J Ij! .AL S iV'I. .J.A ' - ' - v AViao'."iKJa '.Al4c;ilio.aMiaBtana, ...OOAimawoN ao tMl s , -, a 8dUthwegtllCoWr-'f Prifind & Fourth ,uuvi i, j ,o iBtreeuui no. mfj vr nisailho' Zs trier Hons, 1 kra now prepared' to' jiceelv 6d Commlesion every desoilptlon ot, property ( Par- i.eil o.ii :b of ,ntu.iV. 4. f. t. , P,J'., Lrf.a. j Daiea. ua w aoeuiirri pnwipiiy auenaea j. vca t .iult Ml OEOKSrl IP.' H ARRART, HLVii W -U".'.iU I I4l.ijll,ill-. ..u .a., H.V. ,n Yi:i: td ciAiilf o;uji Il II I I .1 il IllH ll I ilia it.il mini ... t tJrfJtaiM o i.-x9floii jew ;rli pilwin .t a,,,. nTTT a tti --) TvrTiTvrr ) yjja.iJJaiUjUAXkJV JjAjjJMMZiila. ept,;t MtiOil virtHS!Wft,' et'Uiuufo!) Books, renofJicaTS" stationery, gar COLUMBUS, OHI& n O let H vr I0IU WiiNnirnn bjachinb)-! , TV.. Volantosrs andpther, to know that th lien fctte" oin ari gl t r JO pel week wilt -fSJ5rl, their 'wa rlth an Aiken' 0iHhirtc4EnltUjig kUohlne. It will aarnlla eostlotht! ,. r-.v 'xrio, eomptota, iStta 'Wekuttf ponod., ,..t!r wniioi M. adivrsir I eutarana Auupiee. (Mend ttamp.) , i AijjVAA ot gsHArtawni tHaeral Agaka PtUiU'HlJ kt tvlrUwv7U. I- I I I I M)t (Dljiio Stalfsman [From the New York World, November 24.] r t, " Zim CI their pontifical apparell In tho BA.A J ! k a kIMA aw BT bmi natBT innn ngjiiinnii iiiiiruuubiin gjraAumiiti gii r.n Archbishop ot Canterbury. -The great lorcan roUsiU musio amidst the Gothic arobei; I the air. suffused with a dim religious light from f Got. Seymour and Hon, S. S. Cox in -' New York The Cooper Inttltnto The goeeUng of the Demooraoy In and around Cooper Ioilllate on Saturday evenlDg wag one of tbe largest and most cnthuilaetlo ever held In New Yoik city. There wag no mistaking the common sentiment wblob animated tbe mangos who crowded tbo "Hall of the Union" and tbe avennes and streets leading thereto. Tbey were all la earnest -lor tne union, ine Constitution, and tbe laws; for a Tlgorona war against the military foroes of the rebellion, and a magnanimous polioy of conciliation to ward the mliguldsd people who once were, and will et attain be. our brethren. They were In earnest In tbelr responses to erery denunciation of the fanatloal polloy which rales oar affairs, of tbe overthrow of civil rights and ptrjonal llbertlos at tbe North whloh Is preparing the nation for a military despotism, ana oneered to the echo every vindication of tbe rights of S tales and of citizens. , GoTernor Sermour and tbe Hon. S. 8. Cos, of Ohio, were the only speakers who address M .1 il.. 1,1.1.. .1.. fnnn.a eu ine Dveiiugi wnuiu vwc. u . u On another page we present Governor Sey mour's speech In full, and we ask all Into whose hadda this sheet may fall who are Id doubt which way to voto to-morrow, to peruse it care fullv. Scorning to defend himself from the. cruel aspersions of a fanatloal press, Governor Seimonr did not hesitate to vindicate tbe loy- ' . . . a -WM I ni.i. S . alty and patriotism or me umpire Dtaie, im peached in the misrepresentations of his offlolal oondnol. During tbe last week we bare pub lished, exclusively, verbatim reports of the speeches whloh the flovernor has made In all the principal oltleg of the Slate, from the lakes to the metropolis, i ney nave oeen eioqueni, bold, and patriotic remarkable In their range of topics and variety of treatment, and every way worthy of ono woo noma an omoe com monly regarded as the next to tbe highest in the nation. Their effect upon tbe eleoiion to morrow musl be signal. Something of apathy and discouragement had stolen into tbe minds of the Democratic masses j bnt they are now aroused, and will bend every energy to tbe work that vet remains to be done at the ballot- box, into whloh tbe Administration Is heaping soldiers' votes, donylng inrtonghs and votes to those who long to rebuke me wasningun im beciles wbofur'twu long roars have been wasting tho substance and tbo lives of tbo ni tlon's defenders. " Mr. Cox, who has served bis State long and faithfully la Congress, and who. as one of its iltiejt members, la not unlikely to be chosen Speaker of tbe next House, oomos bero freab from a gallant but snooeasfnl contcBt In Ohio. He has a keener sense than many of us, per haps of lbs sacrsdnesa of thoao civil rights which have been more cenrpicuonjiy outraged there than here, and la Lis concluding speech for which tc-diiy our crowded oolumns nave no room drew two pictures worthy of an artist's Dtvjm. une or the granting or manna vnaua at Kunovmede. and the other of its ctmnoora- lion at Woelmlneter Abbey with tbe authority of the uatnollc Church. Tbo encci wnion tney produced upon the immense audlonoe was Btrik Inc. After recltioe aomeof the no t notorl on Inetanoos of the violation of personal rights and liberties of wbioh tbe Amimetratioji bj been guilty, Mr. Cox raid: . ",. "Th traveler who visits the Island meaiow in the rlrer Thames, near Windsor, now nsed a a raoo coarse, and still known as Rnopymede, does not go there to ree tbe horses rnn, but be oonse tbat moodow mirks an era In the pro gress of human freedom, Tbere, six hundred and forty-four years ago, on the morning of tbe 12ih of August, lb Ironoiad barons met King John and wreited from him tbe same rights which have been violated by Abraham binsoin, and ostraolaed by the Indemnity bill of tbe last Congress. (Cheers.) 'efmm Ubr km npi afur' It being. Dead language, but vital with liberty wblob Chatham said was wottb all the No free man shall be arrested or Imprisoned ?lDt lawed, or banished, or injured in any manner, nor will -we pan sentence upon him, nor send trial upon him, ! by the hotl ftuiamnt of Aii Bier or 6y th few oftht land (Oheeri.) This was tho germ of onr olvll freedom. which the pigmies of to-day are endeavoring to uproot, sow that it has grown from the acorn to the oakl As another (Judge Thomas, of Massachusetts,) has so finely expressed II, "from tbe gray of that morning streamed the rays, wblob, uplifting with the hours, oourslng with the years, and keeping pace with the oenturles, have encircled Ibe whole earth with the gloriooa lleht of English liberty Ibe liberty for whloh our fathers planted these commonwealths in the wilderhoes; for wbioh they went through the baptism 01 blood and fire in the Revolution; wblob tney imneaaea ana nopea w mate im mortal in the Constitution without which ibe Constitution would not be worth the parohmeot on wbioh II was written. V (Cheers.) As If to make this great oharler saorea forever In tbe Anglo-Saxon memory; to oonnect It wlla the holiest emotions of rollgioa end to sanc tion It by the hopes arid the terrors of the oa- seen world, ine uatnoiio nierarcny or inai gay- arose before tbe tbe transesndenml " ol our faritaa nreaobera (iangnter;t inig CatbollO hlorarohy, then ' the fneod Of th Op- nressed And tbe teonle. were convoked, a few days after the uowtlllDg king; signed the ohar ler. i J would like to make a picture to your etc of, Ihitt ' gea conTooatloo. .Tbey met In Wosimlnlstbr, Abbey, ths mansolenm of he dead royalty and genius of. Britain. Here was tbe klne anon ma throne. r oepierea ana erownod. impurpled In bis robes of offices near him were tne iotas temporal in ineir soariei gowns; on nis rlsht were the gentlemen of England represent lnK illO ing me uommons ine peopie oi ine reaim ana within the altar were the Lord's spiritual, clad in the stained windows, trembles with tba thrill of "symphony divine," and the oholr sing Tc Deum agrfifrwi pnlse to God for the great ohartar of bnman iroeaom: uensers swing and tbe Inoense rises, an offering to the God of And In that Impressive presenoe the 1 ,u. ..nhhlahnn arlaAa. anj. ffatherlna-nnon hla J olUdeS, aOU irom too oauy ut our juuru jsubb r.hrint. from the oomnany of the saints in heaven ana lb good' on ear m, no loraver ex- communicates and accuf8.es- 'evaty.'one who ahould dare violate that great Cbatlejy of An glo-Saxon freedom I pUbeers.y ininx sou, mm'1 of - New York, tbese onmes are not -living . yet? . A .MasBUOhugQlltl bedator hu said tbat your honored Governor is now be in drartred at the chariot of e.' Federal exeon- ,ia nmimlnD- thn rlfhba nf the ntonle khd via. laiing.tue gtB,,uiwir, aa cnfv'.c. ui uur iNutuianail onr hlstcrw. and hilr X'o. Vtutlon. .. ' ll. . A . . . . . .K.L.J I. But the I'eoplo of this country are 'jpotUflg as of old not )n toy Gothic minister, not lu ths nreaenoe of the neat hlerarchs, not with Cere- njtjny or on urea aaa state, nui . i iww uanu oi organ and choir' ot the rlsinj hear ib of praise, nolauidal tlio.fulmlnaUom of p(in.Etmi but " . I a . I . . . f. -I nndor the great sky or hsavea, irom ms nan tic in tb Mlriis.jlra)t. and theftoo ar wouee taring and sxelutiing, exoommunicaigi and aoourahiB and from ths body 0 the Jual, God in heaven and fromtbs company of the good n. pablotlo T W where AbrabjiB Lltioolo flmmeru, ahetrlnsl and th mil fl j( Ms pow er, who have dred In lids at an-l laiid to vio late tbee aored right tt paraoual aiul Oiinrti tallonal liberty. (Groat cbftr- J", .., ... i " I ! Horrible Revelations in London Disease Horrible Revelations in London Disease Caused by the Flesh of Slaughtered Animals. [From the London Lancet.] On several occasions we have drawn to the numerous nroofs coming before the pub lic, as related In the daily onrnals, that the flesh of animals slaughtered wbilo in a state oi aleeaso I extensively sold as rood tor numau Beings, ir ibis Is floue in i,onaon sna oiner ollles where tbere is a pretty vigilant iaipeotlon la gome of the larger markets, what invit be tbe oato H tbo-e towns whore there Is deficient luspeoll - The diss ustlne practice In cucat'on baa in Edlnburch beoome so common that the Town Council has at length been forced to move in tbe matter; and notloe was rejontly given for the following motions to be considered at an early meeting: a. inai tnepuoiioor cainourguia ecy-iea to hare a thorough Inspection of all flesh meit before it leaves tbe slaughter homes :o the effect thai the flesh of ail diseased animals shall be condemned and destroyed oo the prom. Ims, aud none but sound and wolaeomo flesh be peimilled to pan from tbe daughter house to the mr.rket. 2. That the pnbllo of Edlnburg Is entitled to have a similar thorough Inspection of all dead flesh ttrocgbt Into tbe town to the eOcot tbat all floab of discs:! animals shall be condemned and destroyed at the sight of a competent Inspeotor appointed by tbo council. 3. Tbat the present superin tendence and Inspection al the slaughter bousis and of dead moat coming Into the city, do col give tbe pnbllo such thorough Inspection and Protcotlon as ll Is entitled to. 4 . That tbe pou lie can only be guaranteed In such a thorough inspection os it is entitled to Dy tne appoint ment of a thoroughly qualified inspector or In spectors, competent lo detect disease in the live animal and in the dead carcass, whose whole time siLs.ll be devoted to Inspecting the booth of the slaughter bouses and the dead flosh meat coming Into tbo town. . That ell condemned flush meal etull be boiled down In the shambles at the sight of tho luspector; 'he boiling being put Into tho dais pU D J (be lwnu ..4 4.11 .1 A " ."iiw aim Miiiuir uuij aaveu- iue allegations which he a for some time been made In refcrooce t3 this ebomluable piaotloe would appear to have at length arouetd tbe lords of the privy oonnoll, whj laiit year dlrectod sn offlolal inaulrv tibelntlttited. Mr. John Gamgee, the prlnoipil of, and Drofeoecr in tno cainburgn wew veterinavy Uolloge was ppuiutcu io uuuuriaao it, nun ropari morenpon. In order lo colleot all rtqulsiie laformatlon for this purpose Mr.Gamgee was authorized to vlail any oi tbe principal markets aod elaugb toriog places In tbe united kingdom, as well as any district where he might believe the disease amongst cattle wag specially rife, and he wao further atlrr'z-1 to visit thoao parts of the com tlnertt wi.b whiott our stock Uado Is most ua tive, and whence it seemed more likely ws might be reoeivlng importations of Infectou stock. Mr. Gangee baa recently tuda nla report, and in tbe last number of the Edinburgh Ftftrinary Actios will be found a vary Interest ing commentary upon It- Tbo point of. Inter sat In the report to which we may particularly direct attention are tbe following: The roro ter establishea the fact that disease prsrnlls very extensively in the United Kingdom amorg borned oaltle, sheep and awlof: that tbe dilut ed slate of an animal not only does not lead Ibe owner to withhold It from being slaughtered or consumption as numan looa, but, on the contrary, in large classes of oases, where Ibe disease is of an acute kind, loads him to take immediate measures with a view to Ibis appli cation of bis diseased animal; and tbat con auqeest! a very largo proportion, perhaps fifth part of the common moat of this country beef, veal, lamb, mutton and pork is de rived from animal considerably diseased. Horned oattle affected with plenro-pneumonta are muoh olteoer slaughtered, and osmmonly eaten, though tbe lung disease shall have made suon progress as probably lo lalnl tbe crc. Animals attacked by "foot and month disease" are not often slaughtered en aooonnt of it; but it they ehould happen to be elanghtered,'re uniformly employed as food. Anlmtls with "aninraoio ana antraooid disease" are, with Ibe exception ot tbe gangrenous parts, very exten sively nsed; and the presence of parasites In the flesh of the animal never prevent tbe owner lion selling u as rood- (Jaroasses, too obviously 111 conditioned for exposure In the butcher' shop, are sent In abundacoe lo th aeurage makora, and are also "pickled" and "dried;" and though specially diseased Orgaus are gen erally thrown aside by most BausaKe-makCts. soms will even utlllzs the meet diseased carte inai tney oan obtain. ' f inally, in oonneollon with some slaughtering establishments, pigi aesiinea toomseiTes to Become numan food aro habitually fed on the offal and refase ol the shambles, and consume with other abomin able filth such diseased organs as are below the ine more conscientious sausage makers' stand- ard of proper condition. . This ts a very horrible elite of affairs, and wo oan soaroely wonder at the town couooil of a modern Athens having not only qualms of etom ach, but qui laii of consotenee about their own protection and also that of the public We dare ay tbe bothers and sausage makers will declare the oonoluslons of the report to he fudge ana nonsense, uiners wui cry oui iiiai we must have "sensation" reports, like "sensation nov ols" and "sonsatlon dramas,"' and that this of Mr. Gamgee la one ot them. IN or will there do wanting abrswd observers aod acute reason- era who will say: If all this be true, If animals full of aU foulncis and disease enter so largely Into onr food as tbey are dcolatei. to do, bow Is il that a general blood poisoning and contami nation of half our population does not ensue? Tbe consideration of this question we leave for another occasion. We shall eonolude by stating that aeoordtog to the report in question, a very targe proportion or ine disease now prevailing among live stock in the United Kingdom migLi by proper measures be prevented. The lots tbis amount of disease entails is "more than six millions sterling per annum." Such ol the diseases as ate epldemlo are said to be entirely one to contagion from foreign animals, and Wi UV WW WVIlVIIBJHn BVI HBliaWaB agaiust tbe Introduotlon of these the pre precautions are quite Inefficient. "' ' - - re;cci m MERCHANT TAIL0B1NG HAVE JUST KEOE1VEU BLUEOTa iiit nomine sail, too ben atioruneat ot - Gentlemen's, Wear ever brought to tble olty, whloh I will sell at Try lo ngure lor uaih. Plea call aod luvuine her j re pur. onaaing tfewar. . . . ,u septSJ-dOm No. 520 South HighBtrMt,. P. A BIUS." '' ' JOB. Q01TKEB. sEi,ts :&;gi,iitner, i- Wholesale Grcccrs . : "i . vai. -PP. '.,'et ..;! ,l: ,v : Commission . Merchants, nonr,T SaltTislv Water toe "ii iU: ,i,jr- .-:.'.) rlaStOJl'''X a.eJ -O 51 J. 'i .U".'" !- 'i -.. .... ts :o jiatwinciitu.. .SHUhtut. Ootntr TVtra atf xoarlA trkt$ OQlVLlXX tOVlKJi oil " vr?9-4U Fall Dreob Goodo '-A-- ', 20, 25, 30, 35 cents per Yard. 'II ! .' .1 (.,.Ui, - ,.yjeBYCHEAP. .-j ' BAIN kto SON, No.'s 33, 35, 37 At 39 SoBUh High St. T ADIB3 BLACK CLOTH SACKS AMD OIBOUS; JU Alao Scarlet and Blue, JIotb Oloak. Waiir t'rooi vicats. . ( BAIN t BON. ntg' COTTON riAHNSL SUIBT8 AND BAIN di BON. ' 1)UAWBB, JBaeeb Flannel Under-Oanneiit for Cents. ) BAIN A BON. JTtLXOAWT PUId PopHai, Hctlne, Bmpreia Olotbl, u ana an una oi w inter vren vooaa BAIR la BON. PTiilN and Plguud pileer, Bep Dress flood at very tow T ADTBS'aud Mines Beep tklttv of ft beat quality 4 f ana lawai anapes, at io jiiICJB, BAIN Ac 60S. PLUfln, Petmham, and ail tbe late atyles of Ij lad end Colored Cloak Olotrn at very low prlcea. BAIN dt BON. EXTRA fine Plala, Drown and Black AlpacM, at very reasonable pucci. ., BAIN A SON.' A I.KTANDRS'a Plain and Bmlirolilcred Kid Olovev IX. Qeuta' K'd Olovra, lined. BAIN A SON. Tt7 INTER Hotlery and Under Qarmenti for UiIIm, I r uonu, si llsieaand Boys. BAIN t 60N.: rTUIi lile.taDd moeLytallabDrst Trlmnriag, Leeee K ana uimpa. fit a, vnitons ana urntmenu BAIN A SON. SnPBBB Black liyons TtVUt (Ilka and Black lyoos Cloth Velreti. BAIN A BON. LADIBb? fancy-Embroidered TIandkcrohlefi Boman and Broote f carta. BAIN A BON. ELBOANT fall Dreas Silks, Bath and Scarf Rib boos, Hearts and gbawla. i BAIN A 80S. ShcritTs Sale. i " B. Dec A Cc Tf, ' ' j So; erlor Court J franklin Co 0. Jobn Geary A Con BT vlrlne of a writ of venal t me dlieoteJ, I will offer for sale at panto auction, la the baeement of room no. iv can eroaa atreef, la Ibe city of Oolumbns, Ohio, cn Taeidny, tho 10th day of November, A. D., . ISO, at 11 o'olockA. af.,tbe following d.icribw prpriy. to wit; One No. Stogie lar, a tylimlnr Printing Machine. oBouaa w. HurruAN.. BherUT of brankllnUo. 0. Pnoter's feet S3 7j ootSOdld ' ' w. k. Tiinau.. aio. o. BRNHAM. I THRALL & BENHAM, HEMISTS & DRUGGISTS 'No.' 219 S.Hih Street, I ReNrEOTFIJ lilt's AHReDNOPTO tbe public tbat tbey hare fitted Dp a DBQO) 8T0RB at the above well known aland, at .n.tu. peniejsr-d in the most wAjrHaod apprwad eiyl. , Our atoek was DurcbauA In N Vn, tma !! iii?a Importer, and 1 warranted of the T1AI POBBBT and beat. Irpeclal attention will be given to tbe " j , Prescription Department, ; ever whloh Mr. H. K. HBRSHIBBS, a well known "H". "m biij, win preexue. We offer to th pnbllo ao unaurpajaed Mortment of i PKKt'fJaiEBT, COr.OQNf , OAF8, Of'allklndi, , t . i . ( Toilet aud Fancy Articles, j " i ai cheap a eaa be fnand anywhere. VTa hare U1J In with great cars a QignlOoeot stock of , Brandies, Wines, ! and OTHER LIQtTOilR, for medicinal ai out . wbkb wa pun.base.1 direct from the Custom Hone In New York. Me solicit the. tuapectioD of Physicians to our atoek. MADAM PILOTO,; EOTANIOAL PHYSICIAN, AST f0 LOGIENN E . AND CLAIRVOYANT. Daurhter ef Mod. PILOTO. TBI AfoST RXNOWN. ID AHTttOLOOBB OF TCRIOI, I new kweted at bi. ts North Big street, edrner of day. . , , A aa w i i a i Mamwwaw-a- The1 Madam Amis, aod defle luotcufal compel itlon Is , PLANET READDIG! And all thfnja eenneslsl w'.iU Iter Uriuen. Oosnttatlon Par Ladles. SO eentt. Ganllemin-Al OP. SasiBeis bears fra 6 A. f. tofcp. fd. , . nor. avw . i OOAIs 2 OOAIi X FHE DM DERNIGISBDa PHOPHIE- 1 TORS of an ex tan aire Goal AtUi. be leave to an- noano to th oltltens of Oolumbns and vicinity, tbat way are urrpareq ro reneive ana nil eraer ror Grate and Blacksmiths'. Coal! Offlca, Ro.135 North BTIrt ttrcet, betweea toatt and una pprmg, wen ame. - i a-uussei C DVIIIY, Shcrift's Sale. Oeorge I. (louvers, I vs. t . Ueary J. Rio, et Superior Court. tel.) BY VIKTPEOAfOttDEKOFAI.E to ms directed, from ths Superior Court of frank lln onnty, Ohio, I will offer for sal, at the doer of th uoort nouaa, m w any ot uaiutaba, oa ,.j SUntdtiy; the 13th day of December; A D 18C3,' at oneo'oIctt.P. sf.fttwfurrowlng denrlbed real es tate, stoats In th couaty f franklia, and State of Obto,t.wlU ' ' - .- 1 t Lot Ho. sigU (8) la William rneMB' aOdiUoa 10 tn city of Oolambns, as per recorded plat thereof fa re oordet efflo. --.'-' t-- : '-, Ararat ali7.vv. , ...... -. : ;r e i ,s r WJ , Tf AU V M mV , Printer's fits a ;,jf.,j M.i b:U .(.' '.rn'. i? . Sheriff. l-l: UAME3 EDWABDSMSTATE. VfeJTirjH IS IlEltrBT HVEI THAT Li tk aadenlgae Aa thia dAyfceaa arpalated and oualtftsd few th Probato Ooarl of Prankii ooaatyi 01,1a, AdmlaittraUx of lis ett of. Jnmia Sdward Dated toll 4 day ot Novemhen a. Dt.n.3. 1 1 WABQAaSX jJPtf At. IWTv-iVSA 'tt'M i-M , i,'f. -ry c-4-fei-..';i --tWV Tn "-..ri SCEOrtrfA'AKli bCB0?Ct(K73 DTfi4S. Oriirif, Mrtinl' 'r'i- "I have sold lamqhaatUlvsb.ylnrftBM:'''.v II.LA, but never yet one boUlewlircti j.u'-'.i iJ. io dealred effect and foil eatlataetion to tna4 Who lol-t: It. Aj faat an our people try It, tbef nfrrn IXere Iru heeo no medicine like it before ia oar dbrntcuulty. " En.rtlotis, Pijiples, Biotdh, Pusteicr, Otoers, Sorea, and all planuses of yJ. I'M From Km. M4. bivattm, JSrisJaf-afnauTirf.' 11 1 only do any doty to yotf uud (tie puV-uf . h:n f Sdd 'toy eoaflnuray to tbat yew pifUiili of tku ij- -dlolual virtaaAtttTyour 8Artoi. Aui.i.a., iSy Rtt Ii.t, aoil ten, had an aflliatlog liunuir i tar tii. eyei, and hair lor yean, w!.k-ti we wura uui'. j i euro until w tried your 8 arsa rAUit.LA. . Sbe lin bepn well lor om months' .,, . .... Frrm .V:v Jan X. Sice, m vi'.l bnmen uwo? aeiirV tuti-emrri tntty qf Denrutinlle, 0p Mug Co., N ' " tly dHiif-lilei'traBaunrred tr a year paet with a segotulnu ,ni.tluo, tvtnoa very trwUblaicrae. Mutliiiinafi'i-lwl -.v r.-lU f imlll U& ; 4jii fni'AHM 1 1, vl.itU'eoon couvifuly cared I ,m iMOr'.n 1. 0ge,V:tq.,iflhtfHihUii:mmfhr1i r ,if Garjf; Xlmrau f Co., aiomiocfarera o enwi , tiled papars m mi .ttia, iV. If. ' 1 " I bad for eeverul year a very froubteMiwe f mm lit my fiiie, which fnw cooCTantly worae nntu ii Oi jiu'tl tit ftaturet and brcamr an intolernhie ulliidJnn. f t ied alroont everything inattco'iid ol hotli adWce and medicine, but tvitboul any rv'ii whntovei-, until I took your Sara vah.t,i.a. If inriuediatisly maae my face worse, aa yoti'told me it nvirht for a tune; but In few weeks th new akin bi-jgiin la form under the blotchrs, und ctiriv rl until my face la aa emooth aa anybody's, and I sir without any symptoms of ttia dl'eaerj that 1 know of. 1 enjoy prlect health, and wltbrmt doubt cw U to your HtiujAPaiwt.t.A." f ' Frynipolaa General Debility ltjTify tbo Blood. from Dr. liobt. SaiHn. Houston St., N. T. . IA. Avkii : 1 seldom tail to remove tlniptioni an J ,SnJiilfii3 jrpi by the peraeveriug ire of Te.ui Sarhapakii i. a, and 1 have Jurt bow cared no'.-ii-tack of M iliyunnt Ertinpelai with it 1S, njtc-ra-tivc rc potHenmlatbe tjAAFABn.i A you Kvf rtiiiplieil lo the irof.sion aa trail m to the peuplo.' Fro.it J. E Million, Fiq., irrrfrmanj fJ'ii". '' Fni twelve yearn I bad the yellow Kryeipein my right arm Jnring which tiuw I tried all the - ' lii:itid physiclunal could reach. and tuok hwi-di't of dollaie' woi-1 Ii of niedicinea The iitsirs wire io bail that Hie curds became vititilo, and tj ? d. cora decided Hint my arm must be amputated'.' I b-yiui taking your h.iuiiArARiLLA. Too two bottle, and eoniool your l'i i.lh. J'ogether tbey lint e etned n.?. 1 am now as well and sound aa any body, ltc.ncfii a publi place, my case ia known to everyl'cdy ii th: community, aud excitea tbe wonder ol all ; From Han. JItnrij Monro, tf. F. P., itfKmW'ti r W., a leading member of the Canndiiin i'irti,. . " I have uned vour Hakbapahilla In my lu m n . ftir gcncrnl dcfcttVfjryand for fmrifbig Ac UiM, with very beneficial remilte, ami feci conriib.r.f : lu commendiog it to the afflicted " Bt. Anthony's" Fire, . Rose, Shit Rhtr.iia. Scald Head, Bore Eyes. , , : From Harvey Sickler.Enq , th able nlit.-r f Jc TtivrVtannock Dtmotmt, Pmnsyh:a:i,.l. "Our only cluld, about three y ura oi -Re, v,u?t. tacked by pimplca on bl forehead 'I hey rnpidiv spread until they formed a loathaome aud virulent sore, which covered hi face, and actually bliieh d hia eyes for aome days. A akillul pliyniouu n,)Jiid nitrate of cilver and other mnediea, without any at- nari.i.l nir,., t ImrHIWn rlava weruuKlcii iu.i l.Aiiil lU.. feet with llicm be ahould tear open ihefentcrimr ai r ann corrupt wound which covered hiavrhoio incs. iia ing tried eviry thing rjse we bad any hope turn, wc bcuan gtvinp; your bARAriLLA, and i plymjc a vo beean to heal when we had (riven- the tlrat bnrtle,. and was well wheu u bad uuuued the aeooud. J lie child's eyclaabea, which had come out. grew again, aud be la now aa healthy and fair a auy other. 1 he whole neighborhood predicted that thu cluld mu?t die." .... Byphilia ead Mercurial le'd ' From Dr. Hiram SUxU, if St. Louie, Uiutmri i I find your bAuaAraalixa a more cactanl remedy lor the accondary symptom of A'gpaaVij, and for syphilitic dlrear tiiuu any other we uoawav. The profusion arc indebted to you tor aorae of ths beat medioiaea r.'e hav." . , I Fnim A. Jf. Frettch, if. I)., a eminent physician of Lawrence, Matt., fa prmntrtent member qf the Legislature nf Mat tarhueettt. ' ; "Do. ATJ..I lly dear Sir: I have found your SiSAiuLLA aa excellent remedy for fiipAiAV. both of tho primary and Kcontfary typo, and effect ual iu some case that weie too oliatinare to ytetd to other remedied. I do not know what we can em ploy with more eertainty of tucccas, where a powejr 1U1 alterative is required." Mr. Chat S. Van Liew, of New Brmunoch, N J., had dreadful ulcers on bis legs, caused by the atmae of mercury, or mercurial gineam, which grew more and more aggravated for yeara, itv spite of every remedy or treatment that could be applied, until the persevering as of Aran's BARAAr,Ril.t.e, relieved him. Few oaaea can be found more inveterate and dintrcasing than tin'., and it took several doseh bot tle to cure bim. Leucorrhcea, Whites, Female Weakness, are generally produced by internal Serrfnlrm Vltrr. atiim, and are very often cured by tbe aitoraure effcet of thia 6araparilla. JSomc caaa roiuir-. however, In aid of the Baiiaiaiwm.a; toe akiffu' application of local remedh ..- . ., From the vitJl-bioioa and t::iilJn:'ir(it'.tY Tr. Jacob Morrill, nf CtnrinvaH, '' I bar lound your SAitiaAVAKtuA oa excc!h.r.i alterative tu dlKcases of ft'inaU.i. Sfany enea of ir regularity, LeueonbcDa, Internal t Oration, and local ilcbluty, ariiiog tVom the Bcrofiilou dinHir-.il. have yielded to it, and their are few Uint do-ai wben itaellcct is properly aided, ry lcii I'cumer.i ' ' A fui'jr, vMcillinj to allow the pnbliea'nm rf i--name, tcjffea.- - MMylaaghteraod myself bare been cured of a very debrtltatlng Leucorrhcea of lone 'funding 'jv two bottle of yeuraAHBAPAautA.'' :. r . Bbeumatism, Goub, Liver Complaint, Itj'- pejptia. Ueart Disease, UauralglA, . When caubed by Srrofltla In the rritem. tt rVin!'-' eiiTvd by thli Lit. SABaaraRitLA. h , ayTr'S w V, CATHARTIC riLT4' possess ia many sdvantnge over the cthwr pit, jatives in tiie market, ana ftteix aujteftor lrTny ' are so universally known, that wp tiefd not ii-' more than to osi.nre tbe nnMic their eimJitJ' : maintained equal t the lest j't evar w .been, tuid that they may. bo dcjienrlcVl cm to" dO"cri that tbey have ever done. ' ; Ronared by J. C. AYERr IfL P, A O. Lowell, Mass., and sold by ,r : v G. ROBIBTB, Oslotat,timdUMlrn'rtBd !atnvwrywtit3 SeptIS dAweowly . ... ' . . , .:.f Of Balancts of Fnnda -rcaaiuui ill tbe OouDty Treasuay, on tbe 7th day of Fine collected ' "AIM fro Poor farm.. "... US 5a mrl Czpea Acoonat...... JtytJS so County Debt...... .'..;-" rw e UnclaUBed,Oatt ..--.',...--.. i 2 ' aliataryfund V..., . 988 vo Brldg uOa ......... . .... ........ M.., v,o9 wi Infirmary and Pauper atrpeju... ........... 8,8 4t Volunteer Rclfaf tu&il 1.P31 AUotmmt I ar.4.. . rioSJl CO Tax OiitlCotUe. 0 6j Orovaport Bcbool TJHWC... l IS5 79 KejDOIUABOTg M . j ( ail fJ WortbaagtoB ' . w " W wesvervui i-5 .am u H arris bwrg Ccrpora'.lca . 07 Ti'aatarTila c ' to l Wotthfngtoa !..!.. ,.j J9 Reynold, berg 8 Truro Township..... .1........., ! SOt B Plata M ' i'...''.-.... SSOdl Perry . ' -f .-.".".MT'tvlnMij'" " Washington Townahlp 7 03 Norwich Township...,-. S4S 10 Mrown " .......-...;. ...w..r vta w Prairie f .. A.M,wi. ........ ........ 631 78 Pleasanl ,v- . --..i Wl 75 :-v a i .uai ta...,-ru!J;..,ij-j-- i Wvu,"x:T;:."7f,:r:flX;ixSSisS . X""1-- as a ji'.' 'i : p. a o u., .:,) ' ' MATT BIAS atABTTJIr Oonntg Auditor. " 7N0. . THOMPSON, . ; .. Ooaatf iJttmm. vt i h. sctSt t. fltt f ' f i. il "111, DR. IiOBERT 1 --v - J I ? J". -i THOaVITSOII. rsoi a , OIKOB HIQH BtBSFT, NORTH Of BROAD (No. IS.) Rtaideooa No. i fonthweet Corner of Front ' ' ? v aud Gay Etroets. " ' jrr pa. t., pmioxtt imaii au DliiASjad Of IBA AkJ.-" 1 ' ' - . -" OcWilW,!!", W6-diwtf