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DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
Clark of the Court of Oonmon FlMi
i i Vf KOWARttT. DlLtNfJ i i . U
For County Vo-nrntnionar.
El.l M. LISLK.
- FRED. KORNOFY
Fer County Sorre"'
MkT oro logical Table, prepared and
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DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. FRIDAY, Oct. 2, 1868.
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HEADQUARTERS WHITE BOYS IN BLUE
COLUMBUS, Oct. 2, 1868.
General Order No. 6]
e : The BatUllon of the White Boys in Blue
will meet at the Athenenm, on state street,
ri Saturday evening, October 31, for the
purpose of assisting the organisation of the
Young Hickory Sprouts. Thft meeting
will be addressed bv prominent Democrats.
Let every Whl'e Boy in : Blue be at b. Is
post. -jj. '.nhz .- 'j.fii
.,,' ,. LH MARROW, ;;.,;-
' J.B. Miller, c ' 7 " ' Corad'g regtment.
Attention, Toonq Democrats. The
young Democrat of the North,, South nd
Central portions of the City will meet at
the Atheneum, on State street, on Satur
day evening, October 3 J, for the purpose of
forming aa. organization to .be known
by the name '' of "Hickory' "Sprouts
Let every. young .Democrat, between the
ages of - sixteen . and .! twenty . . years
' Rw order Commander -White Boys in
Attention. The Fifth ward Seymour
and. Blair- Club--will hold, meeting at
Thurmanmil,-Monday evening, -OeK V;
Let every member be. jp resent,. as business
of Importance will be before the meetings
H. MAHLMAN, Sec'y.
Pioneer GnARD-ef-the White Boys In
BIuj wM meet at the State Street Theater
MARTIN POWERS, Capt.
.kxttsmsOoi A; of the White Boys in
Blue, will meet at tbe StateStreet Theater
J. LOHRER, Capt.
TrEKTios: CoV.B.of tUe .W-hlto Boys
in Blue, will meet at the State Street Thea
J. ALBRIGHT, Capt.
Attention. 3o.C and TJ, of the White
Boys in Blue; will meet at the Stat. Street
Theater to-night, i . . - '
EDWARD McGILL, Capt.
Attention. Co E And JT of the White
B ry in Blue, will meet at the State - Street
H. DAVIS, Capt.
- Attention.-The gun squad f the White
Boys In Blue, will meet at the State Street
Theatre with their cannon, to-night
piety." ' ' .u .-i'n-.i
tThe only parttcle of truth that Com
ly ever bad in him, was the "eerfea" which
iH Vina." : - f. :-
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Hope is a great elevator, says a re
ligious exchange So 'is 'benzlrie: Sd Is
S-Onr ybong folks' win air remember
that dancing school begins this afternoon
at 3 o'clock la Ambos Hall.' ; ' ,
IW Coughs and oolda are prevailing t
this time to an unusual extent, the result ol
the late sudden change in the weather.
'UTIt U said that aBstern parient"wh"o has
two pretty, wild daughters, Is feeding them
on cant-elopes, to prevent their running
away with their' "fellers." ft
1 Tho way they cure the Grecian Bend
In Cincinnati is to hide away all the small
pillows.' We can't resist the thought that
a dose of pepperment will be found advis
able " .' ' .; "i ' ' 1
ISP It is expected that when the present
crop t corn ia brought to market it will
causa a material decline in the price of
wheat. The weather haa been very lavor
able, and the crop ia said to be the largest
ever produced In the State.'. ' " ; " '
NATCRAtizED. John Barlow, a native
of Engrand, and John, McKtnna, John
Quia and Patrick McCoy,' native oX Ire
land, td'k out their final papers in the Pro
bate Court yertwlajij; 1 i 1 J; '":
Congregational CHtTRCH.The pastor,
BeV. Geo,' wl PhUHpeTwill preachtoi mor
row at 11 o'clock A. il. Sermon for the
children at the usual hour of Sabbath
school 3 'clOcki 'All are:eordlaUy mit-
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Ninth Ward Setmod and Blair- Cldb
Maxxma-TThern will be a ineetiog, of tto
JS tnut : wara oeymour ana Diajr uu
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John O'Brien's grocery, to-night at half
past seven o'clock.. Business of great Im
portance to the ward will be brought up.
and It" is .hoped every Democrat will be
PTCMaiv -.-. i (!! :.if " "' ::' "'
Granb i Opening To-Dayj-Oub Jady
readers will hot forget the grand tall open-;
hjg at Miss 2lnimer fashionable millinery
establUhmeot this morning, MUs Zim
mer's selectiops are from the choicest Paris
stock and are of each! infinite- variety and
excellence of material that, the ladies will
be sure to be suited.-' - - " '
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; "The FranxUDJ Boo BiNDEBYr'-Atteii'-'
tion is eaDed to the advertisement of N7 W.
LeFavor, Eq, proprietor of the Franklin
Steam Book Bindery. This bindery ia finely
equipped with, the pewest and most, de
sirable mchine,ryf employs 'the best of
workmen, and has facilities rorturmnjroui
fine work with dispatch:Kead the adver
tisement, and tendpn'orders?
Sfkciav .Assbssibntb We.are, author
ized to state that the County . Auditor can
ijot put upon, the duplicate 120 per centum
on special assessment for grading, paving
or ditching, where the same havbeea as
gassed ' and. returned 'delinquent by", the
Ooanty Treasurer, The decision of the
Auditor Of State ia thU' regard will be
itrlctiy adhered to In the office bt the Aud-
itorf thtecouBty. : : v
i t.Ar NMUtx of the Thiatert To-night
is the last of the uuly meritorioas com
pany,wblch hat been supporting Mr, and
Miss Couldock, at the Opera House in this
city, during the past week. The, bill , ,to-
uizht is the same as that of last night, an
is one of the most enjoyable pfleredi here
or year.' The first play, or aketcb', One
Touch of Nature Is one of those little bitsj
so life-like and real as to find its way to the
heart otJJie most careless.' Wa; saw tear
drops glistening, last ,nigbt. In eyes "all
unusna to me meiung mooa. jur. wur
dock's Pen Holder i without a peer as a
picture of 'the loving,: hopefuf old man.
whose heart it wrapped up in hie daughter-
The-Cfclaihey Corner -ia-deaerredly
one of the especial favorites of our citizens
and was last night particularly: well ren
dered. . This afternoon at 3 tt'ulock there
will be a matinee, at which:," the- Willow
Copse will be presented.
Galoot' BaoORD.It -was pleasant, yes
terday, after two or three days of drouth in
the payor's offloe, to see quite a sprinkle of
old, original, simon-pure galoots. ' ' "
- Prominent - among f them " stood ; Jacob
Gallop, who, as his -name implies. Is a fast
younfcjmanalwayj reay ' f or i drink, a
fight or a foot race.' It has been a matter
ot wonder to many, bow much liquor Gal
lop could hold. - It is now rendered certain
thaf'he can' contain" any:' givtn "quantity.
Gettlqg his, clay handsomely soaked he
went," with Peter Bralnard, on a regular
bender. . They hadn't much more than
bent double before they were arrested, and
the Mayor yesterday, fined them $5 and
costs each, which they paid. ,
, Mike Smith, hall brother to John, went
ont light before last to have a high old
time.fl He was loose in thedeestrlct; did'nt
care if corn was. $1 a bushel so long as
whisky kept down. He took iu so mu h
it got him down. - For being drunk and
disorderly he was fined $5 and costs, which
he could not pay, so he received a letter of
introduction to. Mr. Hartman, who kindly
entertains him at Sinners' Best during the
night and permits him to smash dornics
during the day.
Jacob Wright thought it right to get
tight on Wednesday night.. It was a sorry
sight to see Wright when he, wasn't right,
b-it tight. Yesterday morning--Wright
didn't write Wright right, so, for being la
so snd a plight the Mayor gave.Wrisrht the
right to enjoy the rite of paying $5 to the
city treasury right away.- Not having the
stamps right there, . Wright went to Sin
ners' Best. Is Wngbt right?
Basest Kind of Ball. Since the assem
bling of the State Base Ball Convention In
this city on Wednesday, the fever has bust
ed out among the boy! anew. These tads
don't care , where i they toss ; the ; ball
around." One place is just as good to them
as another. In the State House square, on
the streets, anywhere so long as they get a
chance- at flies. We can't see why they
shonW be so "red hot" for the poor fllesv
Let them' alone, and the sure' and swift-
coming frosts will settle tbem. Don't your
Sunday school teacher tell you not to harm
the poor flies? Don't he repeat to you that
beautiful extract from Dr. Watts, "Go poor
dertyvtere is. room enough in this world
for Ane and .thee, said my: uncle Toby I"
Butj it Jsn't flies and Sunday, school teach
we want to talk of. We want to heap
maledictions on the heads of those . boys
who ..yesterday were playingball on High;
street, neat the depot, to the great dan sec,
passers by. One lady caught a fine flv.
She received it with a Grecian Bend. It
was a minute Or two before she could re
cover her breath, and. then, if it had been
lady-like to gay cuss-word, judging by her'
looks, she would have Reeled the "bark ;off
of those youngsters, who ran off laughing.
stop should be put to these practices. T
s;' nw mi i i i . hi M :tf
,.The Fire Alarm Tbli-qraph. In some
parts.' of the city there seems to be a' set-t
tied and determined opposition to-having
the wire, of the Fire Alarm Telegraph
stretched across and fastened to the houses.
Hardly a day passes that the wire is not
torn from its fastening on some of 'these
houses and thrown to. the ground. . This is
wrong. Depending on the telegraph as a
means of communicating an alarm, the
connection being broken, it might result
great damage, because of the break. The
objection seems to ba that, the' .wind blow
ing upon, it, it makes so much noise that
the -occupants of the residences cannot
sleep. This may be a valid objection. We
don't know.' But we do know that It has
the advantage of furnishing each house
with a perfect' Tightning rod. Anyhow,
the Council -Is -the proper body to take1
down the wire, if it must be taken down;
Petition that body for the removal pt tho
wire, but do not tear it down and break it,,
at least until we return to the old style of.
giving alarms. "a "' ' ' ; ! ' ; -
Transfers' of Beal Estate. The fol
lowing transfers Of real estate were left at
the Recorder's office on yesterday : i . !
J.-B. Houghton and wife to George L.
Houghton, Sept. 17th, quitclaim to 160
acres of land in Sharon township; no con
sideration In the deed . ' ' ';
Joshua Vance and wife to Horace Wil
son, Oct. 1st, part of lot No. 26 in Baker &
Mitchell's subdivision of outlots Nos. 7 and
8, for $1,200. . --.
Horace Wilson and wife to Joshua Vance,
Oct; 1st, lot No." 17 in John Morrison's ad
dition to the city of Columbus, for $1,500. i
George ; Auchey and . wife ... to.., Conrad,
Shank, Sept. 2d, 50 acres ol land in Mifflin
township, for $4,600.-
D. H. Royce and wife to F. A. Sells, Sept.
28ch," lot No 32 In Phelan's Mt. Pleasant
addition to the -city of Columbus, for
$5,000...,; 1.'..'. "
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Filed Yesterday. The following cer
tificates of Incorporation 'were: filed with
the Secretary of State yesterday : ,
Of flie Ohio Hub and Wheel Company,
organized for the purpose of manufactur
ing and-' telling1 Minor's Improved -Iron
Hub-i -Principal office in Columbus. Cap
ital stock $50,000, in shares of $100 each.
Jacob H.Studer, B. B. Nafzger," W. Will
shire Riley, H. N. Snider, Theodore COm-'
stock, H. Mlthofl and John L.GU1 are the
corporators. ' I' . . ''", ' f y ' '
r Ol the Alliance Gas Light Company, or
ganized tor the purpose of raising funds to
erect gas works, to lay pipes and to man
ufacture and sell illuminating gas in the
town of Alliance,-, Stark county.: Capital
stock $30,000., C. K. Greiner, Daniel Sour
becL AtB. Way, SamuelShrimp, Elisha
Feetera and John C. Sutton are the corpor
Cdtting; ft FAT.-j-The JownaT chap, it
seems, don't like the local of the States-MAli-yet
we 'still life ; he loses no 'op
portunity to make things lively for us yet
we take our regular beer with bur usual
grace, . ile-jsaid, the other,, day, .that he
didn't like' our legs ;' that' they are "un
handy" and too fat. True, they are no
pipe-stems, but they are the best we, have.
They are fat, yet not as fat as the Journal
chap Is, reported to have cut it at private
social party given at a residence on State
street, where he attended in knee-breeches,
silk '-stockings, pumps and buckles, and a
cock-ed-up hat, and was laughed out ot the
parlors because of his -ridiculous appear-
ance... ylet us nave peace." : .4 ,
Thb Ebason. -'Why don't you go for
that Journal fellow. Spiv ?" said a friend to
us yesterday'. 1 It is too small game to take
a shot at "Wife," said a chap, "why don't
you spank that brat 7" "I have been turn
ing it round and round," she replied, "but
oan'Avfind a, place big enough," . Comly ia
a flatulent felloWj ot an explosive temper
ament, wnoseconaiuon is expressna iu me
proverb-Qww 2ur Vnltperder demented
prfu. ; But he -ought not to be as funny as
he can.- Ids too exhausting to stand too
much of his wit at a time, -
,CoINTr, Auditor's - Office. Auditor
1511c and, Deputy King are very busily en
gaged la putting- on the tax for the several
townships, school; districts, corporation!
and the city of Columbus. ; They expect to
have all the Treasurer's duplicates in the
Treasurer's hands by the 15th inst. This,
will be a thing never before done in ' the
County Auditor's office fcr the past fifteen
years- -It is but fair for us to say that the
Auditor ana nis iscyuw ro uuw woraing
about sixteen hours out ot every twenty-
four ..to-complete tne duplicates, -xne worK
of the Coufity Auditor's office this year has
full v increased one-fourth in the amount
'A- Magnificent Art 1 GAUERT-The
Citizens of Columbus are to be congratu
lated on having in their .midst a-'fine art
gallery presenting attractions which are
not surpassed by any city In the Union.
We refer to the photographic establishment
of Messrs. Baldwin & Stevens, 81 South
High street.' Having an hour of leisure
yesterday afternoon, we Improved It, much
to our gratification, by looking at the mag.
nlficent collection of finished pictures of
all kinds now on exhibition at this art pal
ace, and we propose to give our readers a
brief description of what was shown us by
Mr.' Baldwin. J. , i i' ' i-.
First, we looked at the new and beauti
ful, life size, water-color picture. This
splendid picture is warranted as durable as
oil, and is beyond doubt one of the- most
exquisite works of art to be found in all
the land. Our citizizens have doubt'.ess
observed specimens of the style in the
show windows of some of the leading
business houses on Hfgh street. We were
next - shown the apparatus for enlarging
work, which enlarges a daguerrotype to
any desired size, when it may be finished
In ink, water colors, or oil. This appeyatus
is complete In all its parts and one Which
cannot fail to produce satisfactory work
Messrs. "B. & S4 have just ' received a
full set of new furniture for making an
entirely new style of cabinet card, ad J card
photographs,' Which are perfect gems of
Mr. Auzustus Wagner, of Philadelphia,
has been engaged . in the coloring depart
ment of the art gallery, and as he Is unsur
passed in his profession, patrons may rest
assured of receiving the finest description
of finished pictures. - ."'
But for facilities for taking children's
pictures, Messrs. B. & S. certainly stand
pre-eminent They are taken, to any size,
in five seconds, and taken perfectly. The
finest child's picture we ever saw in any
gallery Is now receiving the finishing
touches at the bands of the painter, Mr.
Wagner, at this gallery. The subject is a
beautiful little daughter of Mrs.'Jordon, of
Dayton, and so exquisitely have the finish
ed artists performed 'their work, that it
simply challenges criticism. Jt is perfect.
Should our citizens desire to see the finest
specimens of photographic art in the coun
try, let them by all means : visit the gal
lery of Messrs. Baldwin & Stevens.
FatALBailroad- Accident Man Kill
ed. Last, .evening, about, half past tlx
o'clock, a man whose name is unknown,
was killed by the engine of No'. 1 freight,
about a mile north of theldepot. The en
gine was coming down the grade, having
been detached from the train on , the hill
just beyond, the entrance to the freight
yard. The engineer was using no steam.
He saw the man coming towards him. but
could not stop for fear the- train-behind
would run into him... He whistled, but the
man,- as it bent On - bis own destruction,
paid no attention to the warning.- The
cow-catcher, ' as it struck him, broke
both his legs and threw " him, bead-
first; against the butting bar of the locomo
tive. 1 He was thrown about five feet from
the track and was killed instantly. The
man must have been under the influence of
liquor, or the warning whistle would have
been heeded. 'A broken bottle was found
in his pocket , He was about five feet eight
Inches in height, wore black chin whiskers
and moustache, and was very bald."' On his
person was a pocketbook containing $3.1G,
a black handled pocket knlle, three trunk
Keys, a door key, and an old handkerchief,
but nothing by which he could, be identi
fied. -His remains were at the depot last
nigh t-. ::.::";:.;. . ; ' ; - j--
The' Game Laws. Especial attention is
directed to the advertisement of the .Ohio
Game Laws now in force, In which it "4s
shown that the law protects quail. Virgin
ia partridge, ruffled grouse or pheasant,
and wild turkey,' until after the 15th ot Oc
tober, , Other kinds of game are protected
until after the 1st day of November. Fish
arealso protected b'ylspecial enactment, the
provisions of which are set forth in the
laws as advertised. Bead the law careful
ly and be roverned accord insrl v. as the Co
lumbus Game Club will take irood care to
bring trespassers iu this locality to sure
and speedy grief. ; y
Union .Tfmperancb' Meeting. Prof.
John Moffat, lecturer of the "Ohio Tem
perance Alliance," will deliver an address
before a Union Temperance . Meeting, to
morrow (Sunday) evening, in the Second
Presby te rian Ch rch, at 1 o'clock. Some
thing new, adapted to the present .state of
the Temperance. reform, will be promulga
ted, on so broad a basU that all Temper
ance men can unite upon it. GO and see
what it ts. - ioquent addresses by Prof.
Moffat and others may be expected. It will
be good to be there. ..,.,'
To Exhibitors in Fine Art Hai.
The committee having in charge the Fine
Art department of the County Fair, most
earnestly request exhibitors ot paintings,
photographs and the like, to have them in'
Floral Hall by Monday noon, the 5th Inst.,
that they may be placed in position before
the arrival and arranging of .flowers, plants
and other floral decorations and exhibi
tions. The Hail must be in complete order
for the reception of visitors by Tuesday
afternoon. Floral Hall has been much Im
proved, and will, on and after Tuesday, be
a chief point of attraction to visitors. '
' Martino, the bold and dashing Illusion
ist and Champion Yeutr.Hoquist from Cal
ifornia will, favor our citizens with a short
series of entertainments, at the Opera
House, commencing Tuesday evening, Oct,
6th; '. If report speaks truly, Maritno will
give us something in' the prestidigitation
line that will takedown anything we have
yet witnessed in Columbus.' And besides
that he will eive awav costly presents
every evening. So that bis exhibitions
will nave a aouoie attraction. '
den. Durbla Ward and Hon. A,
.Will speak at ... :; ....
CAMBRIDGE, Saturday, Oct. 10th'
Jkleff & . DaBrfrrs, Locksmiths and
bell hungers, at No. 141 North High street,
are now prepared to hang parlor and hotel
bells in the neatest and latest style. Sew
ing machines repaired and satisfaction
guaranteed. Models built for patentees,
and all kinds ot light machinery mada and
repaired. Keys of all description always
on band, and safe ana jau iocks maae ana
repaired, . i , mayAt-s-xy,,
Constitution Bittcrs can be taken at
all times and under all circumstances. No
ordinary' exposure will preyentthelr salu
tary effects, and no baa result can accrue
from an overdose. ' They will effectuilly
cure- debility, chronic or nervous, liver
complaint, jaundice, dyspepsia,, chronic
diarrhea, diseases oi tne Kidneys, and all
diseases arUlng from a disordered stomach,
liver, or intestines. oct3-uwlt
Nervous Dkbilitt, with its gloomy at
tendants, low spirits, depression, involun
tary emissions, loss of semen, spermator
rhoea,; loss of power, dizzy head, loss ol
memory and threatened impotence and
imbecility, find a sovereign cure In Hum
phreys' Homeopathic Specific No. Tweu
tv-F.isrht. Composed of the most valuable.
mild and potent Curatives, they strike at
once at the root ol the matter, tone up the
system, arrest the discharges, aiid impart
vigor aud energy, life and vitality to the
entire man. They have curea tnousandg
of cases. Price 5 per package of six box
es and vial, whii-h m verV Important in ob
stinate or old pases, or 1 per single box.
Sold by all Druggists, and sent by mail On
receipt of price. Address Humphreys'
Specific Homeopathic Medicine Co- 562
Broadway, JNew xorn. Jyl3-deod&wly
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
THE SPANISH MONARCHY ENDED.
Expenses of the Governm nt.
THE BUCKEYE CLUB RACES.
The Church Conventions.
Warmald and O'Baldwin.
The Insurrection in Spain.
Attempt at Assassination.
Banquet to Reverdy Johnson.
Banquet to Reverdy Johnson. &c., &c., &c., &c.
The Spanish Monarchy Ended—
WASHINGTON, Oct. 2.
Official notification was received at the
State Department yesterday, from Minister
Hale, that the Spanish Monarchy has
ceased . to exist, and that a Provisional
Government has been organized. This has
occasioned some talk In diplomatic circles.
It is deemed certain that the United states,
will take an early occasion to recognize the
Provisional J anta as the defacto Govern
ment of Spain. A prominent dinlomat of
liberal tendencies is said to have remarked
that there would be poetical justice in such
a recognition, since the Spanish Bourbons
were tne readiest of the .European sover
eigns to show their sympathy with the de-
"The 'expenses of the Government for
September were $ 28 483.839. This amount
does not include interest on the public
debt. ' m '.o !v(i i ;i -
BALTIMORE, Oct. 2.
Alfred Barbour. -of Lauaberton, New
Jersey, formerly Professor ot Ethics In the
Annapolis .Naval School, committed sui
cide here yesterday' In a tit of insanity.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 1.
We had the first rain of the season last
Arrtved Broughton, Glasgow.
Cleared Prima Donna, for New York,
with 37,000 sacks of wheat; Loorlng, Syd
ney, 2,000 bbls of flour and 6,000 sacks ot
Sailed Alexander, Liverpool. 4 f-;
River News. PITTSBURGH, Oct. 2.
River, 5 feet and 7 inches and falling.
Weather clear and warm. Mercury 67 de
River News. PITTSBURGH, Oct. 2. Reunion.
CAIRO, ILL., Oct. 2.
An immense reunion of the Union sol
diers' and sailors of . the Thirteenth Con
gressional district was held here to-day.
All parts of Ezypt were represented.
Large crowds came by steamer from points
on the Ohio and Mississippi rivers.' Bail-
road trains were heavily laden with peo
ple, and the roads from the adiolning
counties were densely erowded with per
sons and well filled wagons. . The proces
sion was headed by a chariot containing
Oung ladies representing-.-each - State
ot the Union, presided over by one
as the Goddess of .i r.Uperty. Al
though the procession was made
up only of those who were informed or
belonged to regular clubs, it was nearly a
mile long. - The meeting was held on the
old parade grounds of Fort Defiance, and
brought up many recollections, associations
and reminlsencea of the war. , Speeches
were made by General John A. Logan,
Gov. Oglesby and others. Songs were sung
by glee ciuds, ana numerous orass ana mar
tial bands played patriotic music. In the
evening a grand torchlight procession pa
raded tne streets. JN early i,uuu people
were presept during the day. ') u
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 2.
A. sensation was caused by the arrest Of
twenty-one Baltimore. roughs at the depots
on achargoofcominz here with the pur
pose ot being illegally assessed and voting.
They were marched under a guard of the
police, througn unestnut street, at that
hour crowded with citizens and strangers,
and will be heard this alternon at -3 P. M.
Weather clear and pleasant. Thousands
Ikie-tue streets waiting, for the grand pa
rade, which has not yet moved j T- t; 0
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 2. Philadelphia.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 2.
The city has all day been a scene ot
pleasurable excitement. The streets in
all directions are filled with men, women
and children. All classes made it a holi
day. The recommendation of thecommit
tee that jeltizens decorate their stores and
dwellings was faithfully carried out. In
ChestDUt street there has been no such ex
hibition of colors since the fall of Rich
mond. Private houses along the route of
procession are decorated, and In many in
stances the displays are. quite grand. -
The procession formed on Broad street,
and commenced moving at 11 o'clock, the
the line headed by Gen. Owen, with his
staff, mounted. The war Governors, in
barouches, followed, including Governors
Burnslde and Curtis.
The Boys in Blue of nearly every ward
were largely represented. - Among the del
egations were 200 prisoners, each carrying
a small flag with the name of the rebel
prison in which they bad suffered. A wagon
followed with the survivors from the rebel
prisons who were onable tq walk.' i f'T
The Tenth ward carried a tattered flag
of the 82d regiment. The Fifteenth ward
regiment was headed by a veteran carry-,
ing a an old knapsack that had done ser
vice with the army, a blanket on top, with
motto, "our carpet bag." J
The city delegations composed the first
division, and mado an imposing- appear
ance, the clubs marching iu solid column
Next, came the second .division, with
Governor Geary at its head, in a carriage.
This comprised the interior of Pennsylva
nia delegation, which was very numerous.
The Northampton boys carried the flag of
the 93d ' Pennsylvania regiment. The
Schuylkill boys carried a live coon on a
a pole. The Tanners carried a mlnature
tannery, with two men at work in it as it
was carried along.
Chester. county was also represented.
Allegheny county made a good show. Their
banner declared Alleghany good for 10.
000, and advised the boys to close up the
ranks for a final charge.
The Heading delegation bad a large pic
tired lantern showing tho horrors of An
dersonville, and the motto, " We will fol
low Grant to victory and peace."
Easton displays a full length figure of
Grant, with the motto, " We fought with
bullets as we will with ballots."
Morristown carried old flags of 51st and
and 3Sth Pennsylvania regiments.
The third division was composed of the
New York delegations, under General Gra
ham. The nextdlvision was composed of dele
gations from Delaware and Maryland.
Regimental flags from the war were car
ried and excited applause. - i j -r f
.The fifth division -contained the New
rersev- delegation. Jieaded by I veteran
officers, mounted. : '. - ..' ..- ; i.
The sixth division comprised the mass
delegation. The procession ocenpied an
hour aud a half in passing a eiven point.
and was in all respects a grand spectacle.
ROCHESTER, Oct. 2.
The barns attached to the Livingstone
county poor house, containing one hundred
tons of hay, were destroyed by Are last
night. Loss $75,000. Another fire des
troyed one of the workshops and a ware
house of the Monroe county penitentiary.
Loss over $13,000. "
BOSTON, Oct. 2.
The trial of James Martin, late" rash i
ier of the Hide and Leather National Bank. ,
commenced to-day in the United States
District Court. The defendant is charged
with defrauding the bank of over $500,000
and be acknowledges a deticit of $180,000
The trial will probably occupy several
CINCINNATI, Oct. 2.
At the Buckeve racei fifth day, first
race, purse $250, dash of one mile and a
q iarwr, for all ages, seven horses started.
Kichards B KiigouTs" Betty Bay, 1; Bo
tord's Marion, 2; Ford's Bell Farris, 3; Pro
bnsoo's Kentucky Belle, 4; Col. Stratum, 5;
Richards & Kilgour's chestnut filly, three
years old, by Colossus. 6: Hollabird's brown
colt, three years old, by. Colossus, 7., Time,
Second race, purse suu, two nine neats.
for three year olds, four entries. Result
Pleasureville, one, one; Paris, two, three;
Locust Post, three, two; Hallablrd's brown
colt. by Colossus, distanced in the first heat.
Time 3:46 and 3:38. . . 7 ,1
MEMPHIS, Oct. 2.
A shooting affair occurred between two
negroes, named Jeff Logan and Bob Pleas
ants, at Chllsea, last night, in which the
former was shot through the body and
mortally wounded.: Pleasants was arrested
to-day and sent to jail, bail being refused.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 2.
The records of the Supreme Court up to
the 24th ulu though 110 one day is com
plete, Bhow that In nine days 1.310 persons
were naturalized ana mac jz- persons
vouched tor 332, or one-fourth of the whole
number. In the Supreme Court a rule has
been applied for against Snowden, the Pro
thonotary, for an investigation as to the
issne of papers' in blank with the signa
ture and seal ot the Court. ' -
Indiana State Fair.
INDIANAPOLIS, October 2.
The attendance at the State Fair yester-
dav ws the largest it has ever been on the
corresponding- aay tor a numrjer ot years.
Despite a light steady rain, there were sold
twenty-four thousand, five hundred State
tickets, and five thousand from the amphi
theater, which with exhibitors, would in
dicate -an attendance of thirty; thousand
people. ' or':-, ; - 1
1 Tbe oaclng race did not come off, as the
entries were not filled np, but it is under
stood that a compromise was enected, and
it will come off to-day. This morning the
weather is beautiful, ana quite not. xne
time track is in splendid condition, and the
blir test will be a fine affair.
At this time tickets are being sold faster
than yesterday, and it is not improDaDie
that the attendance will be larger tnis af
ternoon.' -.1: ,., t
L. S. Dorsev. of Kentucky, with his
gold dust stock. Is carrying off tiie larger
part ot the premiums for Dioooea ana nar
ness horses. This morning, Gen. Eagle, of
Kentucky, took the ribbon on tne Pest ngbt
harnss stallion, whiun is bis tiiirty-seoona
Dremium. . v
in thresners ana separators, ine .aagie
Machine Works, Of this city, carried off the
ribbon over the Richmond machines. This,
was the principal competition in tne me-
The fair will close w-aay, mere Deing
nothing to-morrow but cleaning up and the
payment of premiums. The receipts will
be fully up to those of last year, and In a
financial respect, at least Jthe fair Is a grat
ifying success, -iv' - i"- f - j. rfj. j- i U ' i
Attempt of Prisoners to Escape.
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 2.
Abont'a dozen inmates of the Western
Penitentiary attempted to dig out of prison
on Tuesday night, but were discovered and
placed in close confinement.
The naturalization ot foreigners here is
beina- pushed' with great' vigor, and the
court ia kept open until after dark each
day. , , ... ..
NEW YORK MELANGE.
NEW YORK, Oct. 2.
The Roman Cathollu Synod In this city
have enacted that no absolution must be
given to Free Masons, and that marriages
must taue place 111 cnuron. a motion 10
prohibit absolution to Fenians was lost.
In the Protestant Episcopal Diocese Con
vention yesterday, a report was made on
the proposed separate episcopacy lor
Northern Mew lorK. and tne establishment
of a separate council in compliance with a
resolution passed at tne last annual con
vention Debate ensued upon it, and the
Convention adjourned till this morning.
Wormald and O'Baldwin are training for
their fiht. the latter at Baneor, Me., and
the former in this city, .xne asm comes on
at the Isle of Shoals, October 14 tn.
Loss by Fire.
The loss by fire in Courtland street yes
terdav morning amounts to nearly $64,000,
as follows: . Olnev, on stock and fixtures,
$42,500; Rauscb & Co, on stock, $10,000;
Parson & 'Co., stock, $2 000; Robertson,
building, $10,000. The losses were alllully
covered by Insurance. .
The, Protestant Episcopal Convention
was In session to-day. The plan for a Fed
eral Council occupied the most of the ses
sion. The Low Church delegates endeav
ored to Introduce a clause depriving the
Council ot legislative and Judicial power,
but on a vote by orders their substitute
was lost 99 against lo7. .-
Steps are being taken by the Stock Ex
change and open Board to raise the stand
ard ot membership and increase the initia
tion fee to $10,000.
A suit was before the Supreme Court to
day of John - Morrissey against Z. Siin
monds and others, to recover certain lot
tery shares sold by plaintiff to Simmonds,
on -which it is alleged there has been a de
fault in payment, and to obtain an Injunc
tion against the continuance of the busi
ness and appointment of a receiver.' ,
BY ATLANTIC CABLE.
NEW YORK, Oct. 2.
A cable special to the Herald says: A
Bayonne . special, dated September. 30th,
evening, savs Queen Isabella was accom
panied to the frontier by a company -of
Spanish halberdiers, where she break lasted
at 11 o'clock. She then proceeded to Biar
ritz, where she bad an interview of fifteen
minutes with the Emperor Napoleon, the
Empress Eugenie and the Prince Imperial.
The Queen then, took a special
train lor this city, which she
reached at a quarter - past ; three
this afternoon.' Marfori occupied the same
carriage with tbe Queen. The royal party
was met at tho depot by some members of
the late Spanish Ministry, including Gon
zales Bravo, who had a five minutes" con
versation with her Maiesty. Queen Isabella
will take up her residence at the imperial
castle, at Pau. '- The city of Madrid is re
to be quiet to-day.
MADRID, Oct. 30.
The official Gazette to-day publishes a
proclamation 01 tne provisional uovcrn
ment. pronouncing the deputation . of
Queen Isabella, proclaiming thesoverignty
of the people, and concluding with a de
nunciation of the Bourbons. The leading
hankers and merchants of Andalusia have
offered to the Provisional Government a
loan of 160.000.000 reals.
The Marquis ot Novalechez died this
morning from his wounas.. . .
. General Calange, while preparing to fly
to France, was arrested and handed over to
the revolutionary junta at Burges. -The
city of Madrid is perfectly quiet.
General Prim and Serrano have not yet
arrived here. - . -
Don Bebastian advised the Queen to in
augurate a civil war, but the Basque prov
inces refused to supply men or gentry f r
that purpose. Tbe Basque provinces have:
since given in their adhesion to the revo-i
lutlon, s - - . . !
MADRID, Oct. 1.
The Provisional junta has issued a proc
lamation calling on the national MUitia.
LONDON, Oct. 2.
The Provisional Government has an
nounced the deposition ot the Bourbons.
Pavia, the Marquis of Navaliches, is dead.:
Generals Prim and Serrano, have not yet'
arrived at the capltol. j
At last accounts General Prim was in:
Caledonia.' - .: ; -
MADRID, Oct. 2.
Proclamations will soon be issued fori
elections to be held throughout the king- j
ilorn, to choose members of a new Juntiy
and delegates to a conftitutlbnal assembly,!
to meet at an early day hi- Madrid. cTbe
leaders of the revolution are acting together :
in, accord. ,
PARIS, Oct. 2.
The Monltenr says the reason Marshal
Serrano has not arrived at Madrid yet, is
because he is afraid to leave . the army in
its present disorganized condition. It is
reported that when the Queen of Spain left
San Sebastian she took ail the crown jew
els and royal regalia, together twenty-.
taree minions 01 reals in goiu. -
MADRID, Oct. 2.
The elections for November of the new
junta are in progress. Perfect order is
manifested. - .. !
General Colonger has been arrested and
sent to the fortress of Santana, where be :
Will be co 11 fined until his trial commences.
PARIS, Oct. 1.
The bourse is buoyant and rents are rising.
ALEXANDRIA, EGYPT, Oct. 1.
While the Viceroy of Ezypt was visiting
an illumination in a narrow street, in
Cairo, an attempt was made to assassinate
him by dropping a steel ball, armed with
sharp barb?, on his head. The Viceroy es
caped uninjured. . The conspirator is un
-n i ' ' t - ....
ABERGELE, Oct. 2.
jnry In the case;of Samuel Eaton,'
who was prosecuted for manslaughter, iu
tbe matter of the Abergele railway disas
ter, acquitted the prisoner yesterday. The
trial occasioned much excitement. . ,
LONDON, Oct. 2.
The American Chamber of Commerce" of
Llwrpool will give a banqult to Reverdy
Johnson and Lord Stanley on the 22d of
LONDON. Oct. 2.
An explosion occurred yesterday in a col
liery at Rhierabon, Wales. Eleven per
sons were killed and many wounded.
LONDON, Oct. 2.
that there was a futile attempt to kill the
viceroy, recently, oy an unKpown person.
Lunch every day at Gloss & Weiper,8., '
oct3-dlt . .- - ...
Paris Hats, very novel, and decidedly
stylish, at Simmons', this morning. - ..'
.' - OCt3-lt" 1
urtlb Soup, on Sunday at Gloss &
Welper's. . ; r ; ,pct3-dlt
1 Attbntion, Columbus Zouaves. You
are hereby ordered to report at City Hall,
this (Saturday) evening. . . Let every mem-w
ber report; "' Business Of importance to be
transacted. ' By order, of , .j
. 1 ,.- . . ' CaptE. ji.' Slack.
" D.' W. McCabe, Sec'r."'", ' Jig-!
Ambos Hall. F. X. C. Nott's Dancing
Academy opens ba Wednesday .and Satur
day afternoons for young ladies, misses
and masters,, from 3 until 6 o'clock, com
mencing Saturday afternoon, Oct. 3d, 1S68
Painting and Drawing. Instruction in
penciling, crayoning,, and painting in oil
and .water colors, given by Miss Amelia
Wiegand. Classes will be formed it de-.
sired. . For terms, inquire between 4 and 7
o'clock P. M, at No. 291 East Town street
oct3-dlw - - - .
Attention, Tailors! All Journeymen
Tailors of the city of Columbus are hereby
respectfully invited and earnestly request-'
ed to attend a meeting of the Columbus
Tailors' Union, to be held on the evening'
of October 5th, at Hetteshelmer's Hall.
Come one, come all, as matters of imports,
ance will come up before the meeting.-.!- :
' Jno. L. Mohr,: a
Secretary Columbus Tailors' Union.' "
oct2-3t - - : " '.- L
Millinet Opbning. Simmons' . Opera
Block, has received a lot ot new styles
since bis first opening, and invites ' the 1 1
dles to call to-day, , , ,y'
bctl-eod3t . :
Modes D Paris! Mist Zimmer's Re
ception, Saturday, October 3, 1868. Having
just returned from the east with a very
fine and choice selection of velvets, Satins,
Flowers, ribbons and laces, and latest styles
of bonnets, direct from Paris; also, jtjt
jewelry, crape and lace sets, collars, coif
fures, veils, infants' and ladies' worsted
hoods, breakfast-shaws and fancy goods
she will be pleased to receive ber friends
and Customers at her rooms. No. 178 Sooth
High street. , . ', ' A? oct2-d2t
: Millinery, all styles and prices, at Sim
mons', Opera Block. :i :" ;'' j
Octl-eod3t A -' --- ' J-"" 1
Fos -Flags and Banners, address G;.
W. Crowell & Co. Cleveland, Ohio.
ootl-d5t ' 3V ' Pf; -''I -"l
Ladies, before purchasing your Milline
ry. call on Simmons..', . , .: . .
octl-eod3t. : . , , .- t . :
Persons' prematurely gray can ; have
their hair restored to its youthful beauty,
by using Hall's Vegetablo Sicilian Hair
Renewer, the best article in the market.
sep30-wSbds. '.. . - ' . '''.
Sixty Days. At tbe Columbus Bazaar,
Books, Stationery, Wall Paper and Fancy
Goods may be bought at cost.
sept26-eod4t - "
A. Hennebo, 13 West Broadway. Is get
ting np a magnificent dish of Oysters. He
Is selling Oysters by the can and half can,
as low as they can be bought anywhere.' ',
pctl-ts&m -; ' -; - '
:,.New ',' goods, . merinos,, empress cloth,'
flannels, blankets, carpets, at J. D. Os
born & Co.'s, 142 South High street.
; sept23-dlw ' ',.' ' "
Hair, Jewelry, Perfumery and Fancy
Goods, at Simmons'. ' "
octl-eod3t - . i, 1. r-
Buckley (the live Oystemah) says he
wants to sell tbe balance of those Fruit
Cans cheap. ... . t
They must be sold this week. '','.:; :"(
aug5-dtonov28 . 1
At cost for 60 days, tho entire stock at
the Columbus Bazaar. , '" ' j " -sept26-eod4t
' ,, ..
Holloway's Pills.. More than two
thirds of tbe sickness which occurs in the
summer proceeds from' a disordered condi
tion of the liver. Persons of a bilious
habit suffer most in warm weather. They
are languid, low spirited, troubled with
pain in the side, head-ache, and a constant
feeling of weariness. Tbe Immediate and.
certain .remedy for these symptoms, and
all others proceeding from blliousnesvla!,
Holloway's Pills. Of all anti-bilious med
icines they are safest, surest and best, Sold
by all Druggists. jj9-dly-cw
New York Money Market—Oct. 2.
- GOLD Active; opened at 139; closed!
at 133 , t f.-.-t j g m Ti
Cincinnati Money Market—Oct. 2.
GOLD 140J buying, n t ..': .; . 6
EXCHANGE Firm at par buylngV and
l-,Wth premium selling.; . Klf.,i j
New York Stock Market—Oct. 2.
' GOVERNMENT STOCKS Strong' and
buoyant throughout the day, and, unusual
ly large amounts passed into the hands of
investors. Coupons of '81. 113J; dcOB
I13?an3; do ; '64 110110J; -W '"85
110?n0; do new 108J108; do '67
i08 108?; do 68 108109; 10-i0104
I05. v 1 :
, 5:30 prices-swells' . Express :'B031:
American 495ft; Adams 5252Ji; Liuited
Spates oOiSO-Merr hai.ta'.-Uuioo 24(8
a$; facinc mHH ii3ii3; western
Union. Telegraph $4UaMK;l iT. Central
l-2-i128; Erie 4nlf49 do preferred
6970; unlo'A Mississippi 2828;
Wabash I5990J4; do preferred 74; Mich
igan Central 118?4119; Mlehigun SouthJ
ern ' 83S4; . T..ledo 10T102;- For
Wayne 109t09JTefre Haute 4244;
do preferred 23.,"-" 31 n u, uina
New York Market—Oct. 2.
COTTON Shade firmer, and : cfosine
rather quiet; sales at 26227e lor middling
uplands.- ... , . .
FLOUR Closed irregular and unsettled,
and still jn buyers'. favor--
WHEAT Steady for Bprinz.'with mod
erate export enquiry to fill pressing freight
RYE Dull at 1 451 50.
OAT: Dull and heavy, at 72(730 lot
new. Bfloat.--' '
CORN-Lowerand doll at f ilial 1814
for unsound, and 91 131 13 for sound
new mixed western "a float.
PORK Q'llet at $28 45023 50 lor mesa.
cash and regular. . : i
.'UiLKir Nominally unchanged. n-..-,(tu
- CUT ME ATS Nominally u nehanged.
. BACON Nominally unchanged. ,'."
' LARD Quiet at 19&19 tor fairy U
prime steam, i ' .'J y.-au'
EGGS In moderate reauest. without
decided change, jo. prices, j ) ir. j j o
Cincinnati Market—Oct. 2.
FLOUR-Dull; famlly$99 25. "
.WHEATD"l;No. 1 freely offered at
$1 95, without fiadlng.buyerB. - t -,.
, CurtN Quiet bup firm at $1 05 tor ear
and shelled. -- - - . ; ' ,
, RYE Dull at $1 35 for No. 1.' " . ' . ? 1
OATS-Qalet; No. 1 6061e. ,: : -..'.-. -r.
n A RLE Y Firm; sales ol spring at $2 25
at d St te at $2 30. :.- . ;
POK.K Mess pork firmer; held at $29 50
for bHt brands. . 1 . . . .
LARD Held firmly at 19. , ' '
B AtON Shoulders 12c, clear rib aides
13 c, and clear 16c. .
HAWS Sugar-cured 1919c. : ' J '- .
BULK MEATS Quiet but ifrm at 10,
llc for shoulders, the . latter -rate for
packed, and 14c for sides. . .-..- -I
BUTTER Firm and unchanged, and the
supply Un ited. r .. .
EGGS Dull at 21c.-.i; 1 hc- - :--.4
HAY1-In active demand at $1620.
' COTTON Firm ; middling 26c. . :
,-WHISKY-jDuil at$i 28 for free.. . ,.'1
OIL Linseed Oil' Is in fair demand at
$1 05. "' -.- ''-'
GROCERIES-Uncbanged. ' !.'
HEMP Scare; $2 10 per tun foe un
dressed. ... - -":
Cleveland Market—Oct. 1.
FLOUR Dull aud heavy, bot unchnnsr- .
ed. City made held at $12 25 for XXX
white f $Tff 50"I0 75 for XX amber; $8 60
9 75 for XX red; $99 25 lor XX spring;
$88 25 tor X prine: ' country made
ranges at $9 5010 for XX red and amber;
$3 259 25 for XX- spring; $10 75H 75
for XX whiter .t - ' ? .f - . t
WHEAT Verytfull and weak: Ne 1 rod'
held at $1 00; No. 2 do at $1 75. y ' '
CORN Dull, heavy and lower; No. It
mixed $1; demand light. - i ' i- 'C
OATa Steady 4 but dulljjbejd at'eoa tof
RYE Market quiet and unchanged; held
at $1 221 25. : -) : ur. 1 '; :' ,,,m ' !
BARLEY Firm but quiet; held at $1 OS
2 05 tor State and Canada. . ' ; .''
MILL FEED In good demand and firtnr
at $38 per ton for tine middlings; $30 tor
No. 2 do ;. $26 for coarse do; $22 iorshofts
PORK Fair demand; sales 20 bbls at $3,
forNo.l mess; $29 for No. 2do. -:- .; '
LARD Active bat steady; sales 3500 lbs
rity, rendered at 20c j country nominal at
BEEF Steady and quiet at $20, 00 foi
extra mess. ... !.- . i -, ii.-,...;
, SMOKED MEATS Canvassed sugar
cured hams are u early out of tbe market.
Sales 1.000 lbs plain at 19c; 1,500 lbs ahoul--
aers at 14c.
New York Dry Goods Marnet—Oct. 2.
The sale of cotton goods Is still nnchang
ed. and on the whole, , is somewhat, weak
although it would seem that soma classes,
of goods have now reached a level as low
as they can go. ... In any eventheayy sbeet-v
ings for instance, are now selling at 15c
per pound, which is 40 per cent. Dulow
present rates; best makes of heavy brown'
sheetings are steady at 1515Jc, and best
makes of 30 inch sheetings at 1213jt-
certain brown muslins, which are being"
pressed down very low, are firmer; Uco-
ma ti now orugs due, as ao jH.a?SAcnuetts
B B; first class are nowwOrth 7J7e;
10 and 30 days' prints are steady at 12
13ii or standard makes delaines 208-ex
cept Spragues, which sell at 19c; Canton
flannels are irregular, but colder weather
will probably ImpaJt more strength to the
markfrt ere ; long;. Hamilton brown 26'
P.mberton 173-sC; Namkeag 19.-; Nassau
18 ; EllertonN 2eu,and P bleached 23c;
American and , Androscoggin grain bags.
Chicago Market—Oct. 2.
" FLOUR Steady active sales' of spring
extra at $68. '.'' : - k
WHEAT Opened 'easier : bat subse-f
qu'ently became' firmer' under active de
mand; sales of No.1 at '$l 45( 47Jf
No. S $1 ZSHl 3$& closing $1 38 for
No. 2; sales No, 2 since change at $1 37J,
CORN Dull; decline of 25e since yes-
terrtay; sales of No; 1 at 8690e; No, S
8587Jc; this afternoon No. 1 is dull at'
' OATS Tss active Jc lower; sales at
5051,"cforNo."l and 2, and 4748o
tor rejected; closing dull at 5950c for
No. land 2. - ''
RYE Firmer; if. higher; pales of No,' I
at $1 181 19, and No. 2 at $1 12l 1 15;
closlng at outside price. ' ' : . 1
' BARLEY Advanced 56c; closing
steady at $1 80 for N o. 2 la store, j-",-; ''
Toledo Market—Oct. 2.
' FLOUR Sales of white wheat at $10 75;
WHEAT White lc lower; amber 3)o
lower; red 3c lower; spring 2c lower, with,
sales of extra white Michigan at $215;
white Michigan at $2; amber at $1 87
1 No. 1 red at $1 87; No. 2 do$l 67i
No. 3 spring $1 30. '
" CORN lc lower; sales of No". 1 at 96
96c. ' ,''.'' . .';' -V '
OATS Steady at 56o for No. 1; 55c for
No. 2 Michigan. '
RYE Unchanged at $1 26 for No. 1 ;
$120 for No. 2.
" BARLEY Steady at $2 10 for Canada j
$2 03 for western do. .'.!' "
Buffalo Market—Oct. 2.
- FLOUR Weak. 1 1 ' "
- WHEAT Inacative; 1 48 offered for
No 2 Milwaukee club. .' "
CORN Dull; sales at $1 01 ; buyers of
fered $1 at the close. ' '
OATS Quiet at 63c. ' ' ' - '
-RYE Quiet at $132 : " '
BARLEY Quiet at $1 95200.
FREIGHTS 16rfo for wheat," 14c for
corn, and 9jc for oats.
St. Louis Market—Oct .2.
FLOUR Quiet and unchanged. .; his
WHEAT Slow and weaker., . ; ; - p ;
CORN P597c- , ). a.n r.r.irt
. OATS 51550. . I! - ij li
- RYE Better; $1 20l 22. - -i -:
PORK Quiet; $28 7529..
I LARD Quiet at 18c. r i
- CUT MEATS Clear sides 16c ; should
ers 1212o. irjjjjj;:. !
Milwaukee Market—Oct. 2.
. FLOUR In fair demand and prices uu-
chinged. t -,
WHEAT-Unsettled; $145 tor No, 1 ia
store. , , - ! ;i .. . '
- Drunkenness is despicable, and merits'
our severest censure ; but its victims claim
our deepest sympathy. In "Dr, Johnston's
Specific" they will find a safe and reliable
remedy, and a powerful ' weapon to repelf
the attacks of the enemy Giye the 443pe- ;
ciflc" a trial, and you will soon experience
IU blessed effects on your system. Tb
constant decline of your body will be arr'
rested, its organs will again be enabled to5
perform their natural iuuetions. .New lite,
and strength will be Infused into your sys-;
tern once more.