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MAKCHKMKl: Tfs .ii.' Mijs.-k- ' i ; '' tb .r,i b of Us-dal J'1ULJ U f .lid iW .. V ! 'ffH' of ' I'J' iv .!1 i v w.i.!Jf. 5-j!w- Ungthy, ' .. m nlxtt it Cui4 !' t' tt ' fcli'il - thr f-1 tiv to k-it . l 4irl in ih ivt l-nf ! rott-prc. l4i.(.i-uw.i !,r It njfiv .tiiML . 3J, tit n h-.u,- ( t!,i- AATofLfi 1 tS' law of C"tiTS tkt SrRUf f'f t!. l' i.tf t l lii I ' lii- H-tstor to fl nii 'irtl U'tii f tl lat H'n 3rA ("..Ikijn r, uri-1 fr a S r to 'J tin- UM ijurM l rm f tl- iMht.krv mf.l kftitM iH Alii lltlfV Ill'Vf r , , , ' 4,,i f.v,,, i w " ' r lut rnt Haiu liO fiam lut thut it v.!! l mil tri'l wu ljf hari .M v lUc -tJiMtl IwV.HSI IUll UftU-: H: 0,r .NUt. Tt TllkD CV'1'WJ05I. I!TltiT. No jron lirjn n'''! timj'nitj f the toU wt f'r MtiJ r of t'onyi 1 s Mi tlt tlilrJ JiMrii t of tlt Stotf, nt (lie tuinnul i Wtioii ht-Ul in S jt ml-r l,it, Ciav. DiDinfjhiuri !in itwunl s jrx laiim tii'ii f-r n'W lM tiuFi to take jil.'wt! in (Lkt lit.lru t on the Cih of NovtuiU r. Mr. ItaU r, the rc- nt incuiiilx nt, and the rnti(kt ho rw i v 1 the lar-dt ntiuiWr -f votfn at tl S jt iiil r tier-ti-'ii, )iM ith1rann fmiu the chhvuks, in fvor of Woithiti'tini C. Smith, thus Jmii the content jH-twc n Ilomca II. H'jt and Mr. Smith, 1nth H'jub!ie:mN. The Wlxu vfr favors the Prosil n'n iuli- v, nit-Lcs to htriji lh Jovul North f tcnty-five liiviiil r of (ingn-Mt, t vliii h it in fairly eutitlcil, ami hi winh'ti to jfive twnty-five iin riilri to the dis loyal ttonth, kii'h that Hw-tiou luw no iuitfthle titk to. Tim rVurci will hhm.l thiiK, ounttiii;,' f rat t i 'ital rijinmn tat i in : j'lwnl Norlliwti ttirerr nlnlbiv US I'mrnt V'ttthcm rrTviitliua in llirfe- fiftlu lnU, f5 If tho ftiininliiH iit Iw not iuli iit (-ii the the 1 exult will Im; hh fullomt: ht!t-rii rrj-n-neutali, iji If the aiiictuhui iit m mtitioil the re unlt will Ih; an followg; Kn!im r) rMTiiiilli, 163 Niullirm rf .rniiv, J" At miiit Hi Xi'itiii-rn inajoriljr i 63 ll im r linjtc in the (Vmnlihition t msiln (lie Northern mnjtmlr, llci!l:(i next .ijirtK)n innit, will (x ' 43 If Hi ti)nflmnt t aitnptci tli Nortlicm ma rit will U n So tho fjtK'Ktion in whctlu r the North 1m to have IK) or 43 majority in the lIoitMi of lleiiriheutiitivirH. If evey vo ter iah but one vote i):l will Ik; the inn jority. If the Southern voters are v rn two voter in roiiKeijui nee of their juKtiot' to the negroes ami their rebel lion, the Northern majority will be but 4:1 Her?, then, i tho iwoie between the lVKilentamltVn.'reKH. The rrew.lunt w Mies to reduce the Northern majority in Coiigre from y;l to 4.1 by giving twovoU-sto every Misnissijnian and IjoniNianian, and three voten to every South Carolinian. If tho amendment bw not adopted all the lnrjer Northern State will lone two mcuiliMi-f Conn-H, and oinr will low thr. This in hat the TreKi'dents "jmliey" means, lliis nosuo is beforo tho iHojih1. riUTicu-Hon. Horace (Ireely vv iiominati-l for C'oiigrens ly the Uub lieant of the 4th New York CViugn-KK-ional (i.xtriet, on Monly,.the 13th. Kin rutniH-titor Jl irolnltly l. Tm-ii Wood. , (Jen. N. P. lUnkawa it -nominated for fVingrww by the lU"tiblienns of tho Gth MaJtsaehusetti diistrict on Tiu-hday Ut. He w ill, of cmine, lc elec ted by an over hi lining majority. -John Morrwey the jmffilint, lias Uen aotuinaUxl for IVrngrewi ly the Dt iinx"- rwr of thfi 3th New York dihtrirt I, John t, llwnan and Jih- Cobuni ran be j j j,.v T, ipp (f st rattt.n, and Iiev. Mo rn nt to CutifixiiM as the comjx-ers of sis Pattis of Pruiiswid. The last is Morruwy we tua again have seein s en-! claimed bv the Anjn its a Democrat. al on the AW of the House uorthv j A n'"""' fvtnro of the House is the .,. , , , . j unusual dtioncatioii ofnnmcF. There m iihj tiavs oi iiuiv isrooka ana ijiw- H'OnC M- Keitt Gran's maioritv for (lovernor of l'eensrlvania ia. bv the latent n-tunia et dw at 10.S.V2. and it is thought the mruu cxtuni tw not, va.i v mucii irom i tlu-sMj figtireit. In the New York At I, .i;trict (Mr r nui uititiKV ijai. T!jat-n..,n.t'. ..l.l.- 1. ...... ..-.- t- i rpu ni sirs ii7tr ijt'iji-. ., - - l.t - 11 i ii i, . 5 a:oth' r 1 niaii raid (his ull, nin t an inatlClarl H. Sj--n--r ft.rCV.ngrt-Mi. j a.1;l. North. ni bound trains daily drop In the hiix dixtrirt William V. D dge is1 just this side of the !rder a larg tmm miominatt'.l ""j Im r of (ptii t, Atm-ricati itizeris of Iri-h . . ' il.-ii ii wbo tiKiiallv ki-et out if the or Protecting the? tw of children,', : vi Jagos ami take to the country. .Mys Nto. from wir by M-Ul Tips hit : tcrious looking lov a- going the proved a tat imje"rlnt and nstful in- unc. way. The Canadian are pricking vrntkn. lint ni.til Un h croat 110s- no tin ir -at, and coisMiiuently patrol Lika bius Uii ulo in ioilvufT tL.-iu rlo, fix to the ctsanw-r cral-" f sIkh js t . . . 1 or the higher thr r-t of tl mi tl r is Kavel by pn toe fna Mtr. b; h can oi bv a Mftal-Tip. Gent, el Me'utJ-Tipiw .1 Jaor-s arr l-iir !"'. ni orn bv the lwi fteraOww in tb nt v. Mannf;irtur - rm r..nl.l not have c.i f' rn-l a gr st, r jubbc fvx.r than bv supplvmg this i.nuiiit-"i jj-" !l- ln-l t.ti.l l'J I" , " i.ifi.i , ,, r , , J.f-n I nxii w;-Jir r.-.i,.,nr.l l fj-h r-J ...,e t:.!il ti. ' of tli- tkfcr, t t, 1 'tl, l.s-o k-I '.l in ,-. pi''!"! It r !1 p:r m., nnd t v i,'!,..f(,nt Uii.t ti- r m ml- i 1. T'i!' f s. 'eUned . f U t.i K. . H :. , . fr"i i lb' iUl4 )i:iU., mi(iL.' l;;:S,t m!-o l.ait.- (:. f t;i !.!, i!l ni!li"lS ii Xh' .Lit j A tl. r ; i-t r U 1 Mnt or- ailAli !.J. Hit ll.: '11 1, tl m N' Vk. TIh-u-wjrasii.ationi' 1 tu r'li tli- fi Kl'iion nt thr fin-f furor- : !.! 1-MM'itiiiiitT. In New Yoik its ' l.ic:!h-i,4n i bfiit-4 Ut .'(1,'KKt, coliMh- tii;;.' I'riiir-ij.iillr i.f ii-r Ih 1 hoLln-m i IN-v. H. urv Var.U fln r l-livurei Ii at the Uriw'klvn Afiulnnv 'I hr . m ... t . :... .. l,.r,. uiiiti tire, tiu the Mliti-ul iUfK of ll t ... 1 .. i . 1. .4 ...... ,.1 . ' . . in fmor of the lb-publican prineiple ami the iiice-!iH of its catnlid.itf-s nt th oiiiiiij elvctioiis in New York. It is utati d iiHu hi'h authority that Hon. 1-lwin M. Stanton has in writing reiM htcd the l'rt-fiideiit to relieve him of bis poMton as Secretary 'f War, and that he will be sent to Sj'ain as Minis ter of the I'liited States in place of Mr. Hale. The samo authority says Lieut (Jen. Sherman will be reijuchted to as sume the duties of the War Depart ment as Acting Secretary of War. Hon. John Van liureu died on the sUamer Scotia, on tho 14th inst, upon her pannage to New York, two days be fore the, bteamer arrived in port The Tit iwiiiry Department at Wash ington has just completed the BctUu mont of the prie money made at the capture of Mobile. Admiral Farrngut's share of this $19,000. During'tho war 1,1 19 captures were male, and tho amount of prie money, after deducting the expenses of condemnation, is $-0,- 301,028 09, of which one-half goes to the captors. Fifteen millions of this amount has been already divided. The largest amount to any individual from from one rupture, is $:$H,H00, to Capt. Paine. Thr largest amount to 0110 in dividual from all captures, is $120,000, to Capt. S. P. Lee. O'rii'KHH ',i.KCTi:ii. On the 10th, the Legislature made the following elections of State officers : For Secretary of State, Geo. Nichols, Northficld ; Sergeant-at-Arins, J. C. Camp, Montpelier ; Auditor, Dugal.l Stx wart, Middli bury; Superintendent of State Prison, J. A Polls'-.l, Choutopj I'ominissioner of Insane, Homer (lood hue, WeHtmiiiister; Hank Commission er, A. It. Camp, Stowe; Kailroad Com missioner, 1). E. Nieholson.Wallingford; Adjutant and Inspector (ieneral, Maj. (ien. Win. Wells, Watcrbnry; (iuartcr mastrr (ieneral, P. P. Pitkin, Montpe lier; Judge Advoto (ieneral, S. F. At w ood, Monkton; First Director of State Prisou, Chas. A. Forbush, Springfield; Second Director of State Prison, Samuel Merriam, Johnson; Third Director of State Prison, Henry Lane, Cornwall. Vermont LrusLAmtK. An unusally large projwrtiou in loth branches are n ;w memitr; in the Sena' o seventeen of the thirty,and in the House one hundred and forty of the two hundred and forty live, were not members hist year. It does not follow, however, that all these are inexperienced in legislation. A num ber of them are old legislators, one of them a mernlier so long ago that he had not learned that the members of the House keep their seats when the Scnato Wines in, and he rose to receive them as was the custom in the good old days. There are several ex-Senators in the House, Mr. Clark of Poultney, Mr. Mi ner of Manchester, Mr. Hubbard of StiM kbridge, Mr. Harris of Windham, and perhaps others. Lawyers are not quite as numerous in the House as usu al, ami doctors are rather more so. There are eight ministers in the House: three, Conerregational, Uev. Leonard Tenney of Thetford, P.ev, Kdwin Whee locU of Cambridge, llcv. Thomas S. Hub bard of Stockhridge; two llnptist, Ho v. Li. A. Dunn of iairfax, and Kev. A. I Ji.lllitJ l 11 III t IIJ limn, ililti IlllLt! lil lil- ., 1: ,.i r i I .1 1 ,1 w . i ,.t rt. .1,.,... ... l n . r. ii. , are iwciu v-oue ronpies oi ui( nine . ... i . . i rs bav- i the K-iiiie iinrne. iM-sidew wbieli there !nre three Martins, three Johnsons, five! i Fosters and five Smiths. Strange to " W T, ,7, 7 ma I , . ..It-'. I 1. II. II., I'l IIUI'VII'l H'lU.'i. Fkman!m Ijookino l. There are a !go.lmaRv littb? fctraws which indicate i .. .1 lual lite in'1 oiw s in in' oireciion oi the St. Ijawereisce in the vicinity of Og- s tt sIkh-js 'I iisotiryii, 1., wivn aguutsrai, snur iiiiru u m riuuinuini wi ,. v n the shoe the British troop and Bntish sji-s almetst ' the sum, Ad-lison county contributed otrrtm" (' ; hue the l'rdT. S-ioe thing is up and ! fld, Bennington county $172, and Itut Im done thrv woultl bke to know what. But ' land county $.73. Nor is this tnTc.w d nsburgb, N. Y.. with a (.nintmt, while 1 1 the'ttiAiiag. rs of the movement which m to r til lin g, have kept it far ' i-rvm u-tv than their former ones, and this fot pvw ad bti-mal probal-ihty ti.-st the y in' an t do & ua thing this t::.. " ' Local Intelligence, J C.m:."f Nab. fc.5 re- .V- W . : : !, lk Sin f '.;. iiwOi, : l -Wk . I- , Ro twin f i l- j ; J.-",--"! 1 1 ".! ., ,.3 m 1i4 r M , -ia6 at.-t f.t (., 4urm Mttr I tl .:.:-rn n ts. T..f . te !! kw4 fJ..cr: . ft. Ci nm, iVt. $ tit B, 'f.t;l., J J. v4 ffrf fititrl iii w.i:.,! !f iff J'l.w;.- f( b iiif rti r..i in t jr-k -f M". firrunifrmjc. frl r.,! t ii, Vt 1, It) (-uti . It tf kiu) her m'Vl (; .-t. I f u tu tct 1 t fi!J in M!k hrv!-r. T: ?-'t L. N....t. j !! M uctioa o Tbunlr, Nov. 1, ijuniit.lr of I ' !'' i li'ri-,!isr!if j luinitur, urmmy ! tc fc. Hr of l'm, Mil on Utli if Sr. t uclnn, tl 1(1 of Uh k, ot !.r- mi tl !.Btnt, 1C. On tho 1st iijr ti( .lai.tmrncxt, oii'o J'fe vmunly di'powd of at private !, 111 l e to'.ii t mi l!oa, tin uniiitiJJ cue luif uf (lie miw fr.niif itu 1 -h bnrii fuclorr uluntej in the vil'me of V.AtX Aritnptun, pnJ Intutiitic tu Ilia stle ol Ilia line M --i liilliiigit. Alo t t tie mii tim Uijt iimii-bi-r of tliirw of b ink Uk will to fold. The Intxrr of !t week y: Aili-nd liifnt Iim lule'y let u fi mid in one of the outiuiitin)s con j Ii'lc4 ith the ti hix.l in .South Mmfi-lmry. l hfj occssion h caused grrat i!l or giip. How it came there tioi not j et teen firm ed. ItcJ Tu!t!c' ('rice list of clothing. The metutxn of the Mnnvtienter t idling Cub will jue obitrve the "cull" ruhihvl in Hiiollu-r cilimui for ineetint; to le liohlrn in the b:i!-eim-ut of the Court Houne on the evt-ninj of tlie 2')th. As niuttcr of cotitiik-rab e In porlancc are to be i.t(?J ujoii it in lioped ever)' member will be printout. fi. W. ItKADl.kr, of Jun Jerlimtt, if, probably, one of the tmrnt exti-nxive ilenU-r in furs in the Sute. Hit goods ere bought principiilljr of parts making the collection, thus aaving two or three com miMin,nml enabling him to olT'-r uoh lrarg:iin ut to make it an inducement for those in want of furs to exituiine liii il'ick and price. STATU IT i:lS. William II. Hoyt.Jeli tor of the Stnlintt, han been nii.cii..t(!il I'oMinnMcr nt lSurhngtoii in place ol h. lluntington, removed. 0 I. (lay, K , editor of the Rutland Hemld, hn been reti ppoiiited Secretary of civil und military a!l';iir. Fatal Acciiikst. Jiunen A. Herrin was killed at Northfield tlnteijuurrr, or. the lOlh.by the falling of a derrick. IlomiKn. W. W. Kllit, a merchant of Northfield wn robbed a few days since of money to the amount of between tluu" and 6000. A Hii.UANT Hmxiku. The Legislature nt iU list ncKMoa pansctl a ri-nolution dire :tins the Qoor termatcr (ieneral to place under the colors of each regiment and battery displayed in the Capitol, n tablet containing the names of the ctigagi'menN in which audi organizations hail participated, (ion. I'itkin lmi, in pursuance of thia resolution, procur ed twenty rich and beautifully engraved silver tib let. We l ave no room to give the t.utncs of the battles written on this record of gjorious patriotism, but the summary i m follows i 1st Vermont Cavalry, 72 Battles. 1st Regiment Vermo..t Volunteer?, 1 ' 2nd ' " " 27 27 25 21 24 5 7 5 14 II 1 1 1 1.1 82 24 4 4 2 8.1 ' " " 4th " 14 6th ii f,th " ' Till MUX oili - " 8th " " " lOtll " - ' 11th " " " 13th " " " 14th ' " " loth ' " " 17th " ' Is Company Sharpshooters, 3d and 3d Co. " 1st liatterv, 21 3d " IlAiii-Kiis' Maka.isk for November has tho fol lowing tabic of contents: The Cider Will; The Work-House Black wells Island; The Indy of my Dreams; Venice; Ileroric Deeds of Heroic Men, XV Florida, Her Crime and her Punishment; Manas qrinn; The Little Black Dgs of Berkshire; Among Relations; My Sister Marcin Picked up at Sea; Sis ters; The Old Bookseller; The Diary of n Preciou, Fool; Newspaper Advertisements; Looking under the Bed; The Sweetest Days; Old Time and New; The Central Tark of New York. The present niim ber close? the Thirty Third volume of this Magir.iue, and its publishers have made such arrangements us will ensure for the succeeding volume a full muin lainanceof the variety, value and interest w hich has characterized the volume just closed. Now is the time ro subscribe. Aktiii'Rs' IIohk Maoazink for November con tains articles by T. S. Arthur, Mrs. Dvtiison, Vir ginis, F. Towushend and other popular writers. AiiKMs Wastkd. We call attention the adver tisement in another column of .?. B. Burr i'Co.i of Hartlord, for agents to canvass for a new liiston cal Kngraviug. We should judge thh to be a prof! table business. A western groom got badlyintoxi cated just after the knot was tied, and with the assistance of a party of young sters wos making sport of his wife. The bride became indignant and excit ed, and seizing a knife, plunged it into the bosom of her intoxicated husband, indicting a dangerous wound. Almost fablous stories are told of oil wealth of Kanawa Valley, West Va ginia. In proportions to its develop ments made, it is far richer than the oil oegions of Pennsylvania.- Hecently two wells were opened in the White' Oak region which bl daily fifteen hundred barrels. And at Hurning J Springs, one well Hows about two bar- rels daily. Yuimost Bible Sis-ir-rr. The 5Uh au- nivcrsary of the Vermont Bible Society was observed at MontjKlier on Thurs-1 .1 t. Kit. rpi. i. .1 1 it o.i, me i"iu. 1 ia iuu oioi-si oi uu the State Bible Societies, older, indeed, than tlie American Bible Society. It appeared from the treasurer's report that the contributions during the pa-t year were $7,310, Ix sides which, $2,000 were transmitted directly to the iart lit s.s-ie1y. making the eiitire amount .'l- l. This is the largest amonnt contnl- ut-'t l ermoTii lor many years, an 1 j Lvku but little o ling three times as ; much as was contributed l.vt year. Of iit all' -..-,.. . a 1 of contributions the otdy tr;ce;ragii:g; ' thing in the history cf the Society. j Vigorous efforts Lave ! a made, end ; are- still mAing, to visit every fcimily in , the State, and make sure that all Lave; 'the Bil Ir, either hr purchase or gift. ' 1 l . 1 i ! ' Tisr Wa ' - I'.i ;,-;.; .ir iT'ie ..' a1i!- ' ,'s i v'i'4 t- iii' ' f. ' of 1-2-m l'd- lta!.. .-tir Li: r -WUi Ki. wi:i" U fu r iiiU r - 'i N .-' 8s-tt(f ts- IW n;a ItanK the i-m.r.pftj j l.,.t ft m l,i. h lots tn t ri n ,e 1 .11. a;i i tlx- imt -lt t n.:it port U,i t a.- 4d U a.2 '.'. in l"it I., t to 111 lit l-s'-t lOid tit- J"-!t f f!ll il"iT..'il ' i!t,i;T.' '.in. Tie ir.i.t'i'.d ait. c!i ,, f !i i ! w .-. '!. !i. of ' iiurM", 1ih 11 1 fgtr '- r fcmt i l,isiUia l-t!i the -.;--'- u't 1 tli- i1 - Tb- vh'' !.',!..;- r of bin ks-b I f.tslH r th.it l,t r- mI Niaksau dunt.g the war wax l'U. 12 ff !,: h 1.1, 1 l n.'r-!vsfal M'V.ii s. One ; l-f tli" Ki' 11 svf;il i III til.-s.le (tl.tiitl o ii(.. but M v, uty-f '.ir f them tun le . ot.'v two vo .. i'!'.(k Toward the ( t.d of the war the captains of the bWk a 1 so i.t i-i ln-nvi-d ibHHI f.ir eaihi une, with the ribt to fairy t u bairn oft-ott.-n on their on acroutiL i The New York 11 mil in summincnp ' the re-suits of the October (lections, I "V.V iittd, thru, on looking over the field, that the last n intnvnt of the Dem ocrat ire party is utterly and totally an hila.ed. The silly n'.U nipt b rriw that organization on the strength of dis sensioii in the Hi publican ranks has proved a signal failure. Hv rywhere it lias been scouted by the people. Tho aid of the Federal patronagts lias ls-en powerless to impart to it evi n a ti uipH lary vitality. It has not a foothold in a single State government Out of six ty HeprcseiitativeH to Congress it elects ten, or at the outside twelve. The Dem ocratic party is, therefore, as dead as Julius C.i -sar." Thi' Filial Scene at thr Wi tt k of the J' t-niii Star. One of the passengers saved from the steamer F.vening Star, and landed in Fornaiidina, Florida, thus describes the tinal scene of the grei.t catastrophe: The storm that day (Tuesday and throughout the succeeding night is de scribed as one of the severest ever known on the Atlantic coast. The pas sengers worked faithfully with the crew in all their cflbrls to save the ship, ami even many ladies engaged themselves t ) the last moment in tlia desperate work, and only quailed when the fear ful announcement was made by the captain that ' the ship must go down !" This Wits indeed a most awful moment one which no pen can justly describe. Out in mid-ocean, companion to tin; howling tempest, the sea lashed into fury by the. wind, which came with the force (1 some solid substance; there, on a great ship, tossed uud buffeted about like a chilli's toy or bubble on the breeze, what could they hope for in this wild commotion, with only an open row-boat to bear tlu m on? Some, with clasped hands, stood in mute despair, while others raved frantically and cried out to their companions, "Oh, save me! save nic !" The mother was seen to press her child closer, and the husband the wife to his bosom. Others ran from the deck into the saloons, and there bent .down in some corner to await the end. A husband (an army officer) was seen with his devoted wife and. two small children, all clasped tightly to gether, and there remained, oveu when the foaming surge of tho angry waves washed through tho saloon where they were kneeling, and there, in that last embrace, death claimed the faithful vic tims. So rapid was the closing icene of this fearful tragedy that two of the ships' boats were never loosed from the davits or mooring on dock, but went down with the ship. Two of them had been cut loose and efforts mado to launch them, but one roll of tho ship plunged both, with all who were near, into the yawning gulf, and the next mo ment returned them and shattered the frail bark into atoms against tho steam er's side. Another moment and there came n billow, high-crested and furious. The devoted ship but partially lifted her stern. Tho shock of that wave drove through the saloons, und with a quiver throughout her framu she settled to starboard, and tho Evening Star was gone forever. This w as six o'clock Wednesday mor ning, October U. A few seconds' time was ( nough to oblitcratsfevery appearance that so gal lant a ship had gone down with itshun dreds of precious souls. Nothing, save some scattered fragments of .broken timber and here ami there a few human heads, nerved to mark the ill-fated spot. Two of tho life boats roasted Upon tho waters, and toward them the eyes of drowning scores were turned. In the midst of the drift stuff, lashed about like demons of destruction, many found their death, as the severe gashes und bad bruises of the survivors bear wit ness. A piece of the hurricane deck and pilot house composed the only ad ditional Moat oil which there was the least prospect of life, and to this frail support clung a woman in tho wildest energy of despair. The dead body of another woman rested lower down on a portion of the deck another wave ami both arc swept into tho doe)." The F.in.cTs ok the New Oumians Hiots The Now Orleans correspon dent oi the. New York Herald writes: "The unfortunate massacre of July IK) Las had a its effect in F.urope, and the emigration bureau hero has bee n in n ceipt of many letters enquiring what! effect sti ih law lessness wovld have up-1 on emigrants arriving. Dr. CottmanJ the agent, has invariably replied that j the riot was the r suit of local differ-1 (nee in politics, and that foreigners coming here would in no way be a tier t ed by it, as they could not Is-come cit izens until after a gve years' reside nee. But the alarm in Kurojw an countries, and tl.e driving nway of emigration, is not the only evil which tho riot l.a.- caused A bill has ix-eii introduced into the! legislature f thin State providing for' (reeling a monument over the grave of ; Tliojims ('Litti nden, for his efforts in j establishing the sovereignty of the State of Vermont agfiinst the opition of ' New Hftmj.shire and New Votk, and; the wavering neutrality of the Federal ! (oiv. rri!i.e:.t, and the artful ove-rtues of! the- Briti h Crow n. ' Tfttlblr I'lrr t gurWr. :i Sui!-l'y, tb loth u. (... i i!r-'ni'Sii fs.ti flrr:t toil srvnirl I" (t 23 M house w. re barrifHl. 1.1. 1 th los f pjojtrrtr nt Miin.-itol fct frol; Ji.--t :UM.l. Sit p !v,.i.h .te sTiio'An to lovvi lrn k.nVd ivl ( Vi fo Irt.delvd boti.( ! y ll.i.s.n.1 cu'-o.uty. The fir raged from 1 A. M ti!l night, and only r used fn ni wr,t of iL.itirul to f.v 1 upon, the tfT..it ma le to vt.t.gui'di it proving fruitless, Q.silw'C bus rulj tam"il the name f tl.e 'Citv of CoJiflagtr.tioiiK,'' I10 other r:!v en the continent having Mifb red Mi ofu n and severely from fire. The lv r or Fr tub part of the city h.vl i rsjx-rjally billet d. St. H'S he ho exhibited liUlneroUS rviditicea of the conflagrations which have from time to time, taken place within its limits, nnd this is the district which has again Is en swept by the devouring tboin k Thr whole of Iowcr Qml ic, in fa- t. presents, or ratlu-r did a few months since, the n'pjs'arance of a burnt dis trict. These tires have occurred a fol lows: -On the 2Mb day of May, 1st."., a tan nery t'H'k tire, and Is fore the Mann s could Is- arrested the whole of St. Hoehe was in ruins. For an entire mile there w:is a mass of retl living Jiames to lie seen, remorselessly licking up shops, dwelling houses, churches, ships and shipyard. After raging all day the flames were finally arrested by blowing up two houses in tho Hue Canotcrie. Scattered among the ruins were charr ed remains of men, women and children and many animals. One year later, to a day, another fire burst forth in St. Jolui street, and the whole of St. John shared the same fate as St. Hoehe. These two conflagrations rendered houseless sixteen thousand people, des troyed three thousand ' buildings and property to the value of ten or twelve millions of dollars. Forty persons per ished in the flames of the second con llagration. Charity sermons were preached through the United Kingdom in behalf of tho sufl'ererers, and upward of a million of dollars were raised for them in Kugland and the United States. Tho ruined districts were, to some ex tent, restored, though with a very infer ior class of buildings. In July of last year, another large fire broke out directly beneath tho cita del, along the bank of the St. Law rence (facing Point Levi,) and swept the buildings nway for a long distance. Again, in the closing days of Sept. lKlio, yet another conflagration burst forth in St. Hoehe, consuming sixty more buil dings. There must certainly be a great lack of means to cope with the elements, or these disastrous tiros would not oc cur." (Sov. Sr.vvorn on HteoxsTitucTiox. Tho St. Paul Press of the 12th inst., speaking of the political position of ex (iovernor Seymour, of New York, who is now sojourning in Minnesota, says: Gov. Seymour was urgently request ed to address tho Democracy ut til's place, and he refused to do so. Gov. Seymour regards the whole Johnson movement, and" Johnson himself, as humbugs, and the Philadelphia con vention as a farce and a swindle. He made no secret of his opinion while here, that 110 Democrat can subscribe to tho Philadelphia platform without stultification, or withoutronvictiiig him self of treason and disloyalty to all his past course. Still loss did ho make any secret of his conviction that the Hcpuli lican party were bound to prevail by an immense majority in New York and every Northern S'tate. Moreover, Gov. Seymour declared in tho presence of several prominent gentlemen in this city that he knew, of his own knowledge, that tho most prominent nnd influential statesmen of the South were in favor of it. He further stated that ho was in favor of the Constitutional amendment as a basis of restoration, that the South and the country ought to accept it, and that prominent Southern men were w il ling to accept it as a basis of restoration. This fact was stated publicly by Mr. Heard in his recent speech. . Upon what grounds Gov. Seymour places his pres ent advocacy of negro suffrage we do not know; but the fact stated by him that tho best men of tho South were rapidly coining over to the He-publican policy of reconstruction is very signifi cant. From tho general tendency of Gov. Seymour's conversation in this city it was inferred to be his present dm viction that tho mission of the Dem ocracy has ended with the twin heresies upon which it was founded--Slavery and Secession; that new ideas were now to prevail, and that there was no use in kicking against the pricks. On his way home, Gov. Seymour did make a little; speech at Winona, in response to a very urgent Democratic call; and in this lit tle speech he said not one word in favor of Johnson or his policy, but confined himself to a few vague generalities which were so unsatisfactory to his Democrat ic hearers that they went away with a general feeling that lie was not with the Democracy in its prcsant dirt-enting at titude. Mr. S. S. Cox, forme rly a represen tative in Congress from Ohio, has mov ed to New York and now nocks to be elected from one of the city districts, and it is urged in his be half that the President wants to have him in the House. This h-tids the New York Dai ly News to give Mr. Cox the following "complimentary notice," with particu lar reference to the President' alleged dt-sire for Mr. Cox's election: "This would be an excellent reason, if it we re so, for his remaining at home. Having got thoroughly 'played out in Ohio, 'where he and others of tho same feather sank their party do( pe r than ever plummet sounded, and where rad ical majorities increase with every elec tion, until the vote is the to-xt thing to unanimous. Lis modesty in coming along tr take charge of this city is the most refreshing' sjx-cinien of the article, on re-cord. If the elec tors of this city must have a candidate from the other nd of oiCMt, they hai better adv erf ix-." j ..".. itr.Mv ; All le.Ut'iSMlifon (dy leos ' ofT nd hi r If at a c od.dtc f-r thr t'.-i k osfti r 1 r i nt.ition if tl.r ' Fg?.t lMfit fi Nw 101k. Siie pro- : f,s, i!ib jm1. :,t jntv'.pbi, with in. rl n f vi.ti- n sn fivor if the He pubheun tii!ly , j rovi h-l It advocate i ii. gr ifbagr, snd ados M.pjM.it n t!o high grout. d ef t..fity of the tisitioH and j is:.t- to tl.e eit.i n.v 1 ,-Marn.l: At Phil b Ij-bia. 111 thr j ; igwau. Mr. Builv T. IUU1, i f NmtlV ; C. it'ti'., 1, a, t 1 MissN.uii v J Cot.M-na-: it.vr. of New Votk. N. Ii.: No (Vr.K tl.i l av ite all b 'ho J out bv t bo PieMueut, who pave the bride nwy, ; D.cd: In P 10 s!ujij l, Tuesday, (Vet. 1 Oth, l .d nr Cownt). voutigesl hn of : Bailv and N.u.cv IU'mI. Dim aso soft - ruing of tho brans and wi akeiihigof thr spinal column. An article appeared iu thr London Tmirt of the ad Hist, on the subject of I .1. :... .1. 1 .1. I... .1... l !.. iiiH I 1 ll) 1 1 s i'i to j 1 t tit 11 Min i'i iiie .i.- bam.t. It suggests the appointment of a commission to di hU rate on the du ties and rights of neutrals in tunc of war, irrespective of the claims made by the United States, and savs, that if in the light of the commissioners' rrjHirt reparation appears t bo due, it will Hot be too late to make it. The colored cook on a propeller at Chicago was taken with cholcia the other day, and after being carried about the city for four hours in an express wagon! vainly seeking admission to some hospital or other place of refuge, he finally died in the express wngonf A fearful visitation of Providence hiippt n tl nt Chicago recently. A tailor was arc.ised of h ivingstolen some mon ey, which lie positively denied, calling upon God to strike him dead if h was not speaking the truth. Tho fearful imprecotioii had hardly been uttered before ho fell to the floor a dead man. ' The White House is being greatly improved and ornamented within. A small regiment of workmen are daily engaged iu the lower rooms, in paint ing, gilding, papering, anil removing soiled drapcrv, which is soon to bo 11- ilaced by rich and tasteful importations rom Kurope, and agent being ther for the purpose of selecting the goods. These highly necessaiy improvements will probably not he complibd before the 1st of December. fty'The physiijue of a mail i sustained by a rinitluued lU'Iioi' nnd io:ictinn the blood; tho hoilr is c'lntinii'iliy rvaporntiu and re plrni-hing itself by the want which it lo-ls 11ml gratillcs. When the repli'iilahin? nari of the system is inact ive, then the iiimu i". sick, and it Ihe sic(iu' is not il'sjiiMled by inlilling a I'tvsh vigor Into the replen ishing power oi the bt tly, flio body unot bivoure leeble, eont iiiur to decay, and evenliuilh- peii-h. The remedy i. to give new 1 neigv to the life, anil that is safely aid Min-lr "t't'onipii-lH-d by the iw caional ue ol ' limm' l.i'e Pills i no ineilii-ine i better for the purpose, and even persons in the best ol health may u-u tln-m with the best n Milts to the current ol general lile within them. (sec ndver tisenienl.) SPECIAL NOTICES, A A I o Nil! A M l.oln; II. V. A A . VI , si ui si 1 n.- Ni xi ri'L-ular i-iiiiiiimiii ,i!ii,a 1 ltiii'M4iy l.tt iitiii: Cci'iiifi- is, n-ui. T. 0. KUULKSIOX, rrr'a,jr- A HUMBUG. U11W oftfU W- lli'ID tll cs picHsiitll fridll HTM)IIS rt'Rit bt; s.ln rll-.liM nts of I'.itinl M. illil.it s, ami In nine rant's out ttf ti 11, tin j nmy be light. It Is "Vir IU yrars slin-e I lutnul'inil in v iiif.ll. -Iii-. the Vi.sniis LiNiarxT, l the rill. Hi'. I lind tin im, in-) tu silvfi'ttse It, S'i I t-a II lor sitlo ttlih it r,-w li uckIib nnt otrt kt t-pt i's tlirinii;h s small :ertl,iu ofllu inilrv, ninny tiikiiii: II with great rt'lnrisin1-; tint 1 0,1, 1 llnni lo Ift any out- liuvt- ll,nntl If it iliil n,,t ihi nil I stiitt 1 1 In 11, y ;iniptt t'-1 .itu r,nt- nt-i'd n)' ftr It. In fcoiiu iitin i tttn or ll,ret- ImiuIik wt-re litj,t'ii oi ti iitl l,y jM-rs ,fis iv,-nl. I w:i... I,y many. Ilmiulil erit i . sini lliat would t,i- t he lasidh... n tnil'l sci- of me. Iltlt I knt'tv nit tii,,lit'liif it.e no Ii it tit lot if. la a'r'inl two 1111,11 1 In I lu'cuii t,i ro-riv orders f.,i nmre I.IiiIiim nt Stniit railing It my ahlal,le l.llll inelil, Im Und r. ftlst'd tosl'ii s receipt win 11 I h it 11 t Uielr store. Now my sles sre nillliiins of bottles yeurly, itad all fur eaidi. I w nriHiit it Ritpei ior Id any oilier nieilli Ihi- for llie cure of Cruuii. l)Unli,ea, Iiysentt ry, I'ulle, Vonil Inpntiui. and Ses Slt'km os. bs an Internal mm-dy. It Is peifO'lly Innocent to take liiteriiiilly, see otvtli fti-cmit ;iii Int em It bull le, and esti riially f"i' ( hriinlc lllieiimnilsm. Ileml-at-he, Miinip, Krnsted Keel. Ilrnlses, Sprain, odl rturrs Swelllnes, Snio '1 liroiit. At'., vr. Suiil by nil linij.'i.-iaia I ii put, Mi Coriliiuili oriel, Niw Xrk. 1 19 A New anil tJrani ICpnch In M-ill-liie ! . l)r Miitr- (jiisl is the l,iiiinl"io I a new Medi il S s em I 'Ills a jsnlitari-iiis, whose vu-1 interna! ilo-es t nf-elle the lumacli nnd 11 naly.e 111- Imwi-lf, mnwt elte ,reee leni e to Hit niHli w I1.1 r,:-),ire Ilea 1:11 linn ;iiii'tlle, wmii irnlil one to ttei ol his xtr.uir.llmry I'illii, nod eure lit" must vlnili-nt H,,res will) a box or so of ho woiid'-rlnl and all lie. tlini' s. ilte. Tln-setwuirrrnt iwi IHrs irt the li-M-.tnr nie fiisi siii"reei!iiiu lhliest"re,it.v) il iinsiriiins of tht day. K.oritoriHntiry enres by vra'yi- I's 1'illsnnit Salve have opened tin eves of the pnlilie lo I tie fnetll-cli-iiry ol the ("1 rnlled) n-medles ol others, nnd iiiioti tileli people h-ive no hiicr liiimlly d.'p -iided. VI a u':.-(e I' s Pills are nut of the clas ilnir 11 re wallowed by I he doz en, ami of which evrry box full lak -n creaie 1111 ulio-Itin- ii'-fi-ssily rm- nnoUier. One or two ol l.-f'i.-iel' 1'ills llltii:es'lo place tin' bowels ill In ifi-el tinier, I'llie the stmiiai h, rri'illf lilt iippellte. and render the fpirlts liyht and liaotaut 1 'I'ln-re i" no u'ripin-', nnd no rear, ti. ri, in 1I1,. form i.r oihstiprti.iii. If (In-I ter Isuffeetetl, Its fitiK'tluiis an resinp-d s and If the nervous system Is to-iile, It I. Iini.'orjiied. This lul iiiitliiy makes Ihe mi'dicines veiw (.-:rnlil for the wants of itelieate ft ml . l'cei'i',ii null enipllte ill-eases are literally ex. (in -iiish-d by the tli'liifectaiit pow er of VI aia-MV Salve. In lict, It in ln-re aiilioiniceil lli.it .im;oW' ii'mm, Ityt p'ptir awl IH'Hrtwn I tilt run- w here all nlhers fail. w hile fur lim ns, -citlds, CliiUil iiiis, ut and all abras ions ol the skin M t .1 . 1 Kl f.VI.V K Is lnlallllile. Sold by J. M siii.i in., 411 I'l.lliiu street, New York, aud all iirujifls, ut '.'& eeuii) ier Inn. ,i,mi n'a i-ohhi riisTi:. BUST UTKKXfiTII KSISU PI.A-- I Kt! 01 Tim W oKI.K A LMCOfK'H VI.A .STMiS mitt andwuwiyt w(n by rnltiiHj furtlt thf wnl hutmort fow jiorr UUfrn aliotltfawl getitritl rirrHjurittnthus, iii rnuiiy ratttt lilivtUj erojxiruiittij fJte ifiuat. JAMKS I.I'IXjM. I. There Is niitldnK equal. In the wry of a plaster, to (he l'urotts Plaster of Mr AI.M 0( K. KvrrythlnK is ,',ess ant about them, 'I lit y sre the piaster of the day, and a fa tyt-e nt inir present iidvaiieemt nt In si-Ii-dcd and art. In Asthma, Ctni:h Kidney Aft. et ions, flout, l:h, unis tl'tn.aii'l loe.il (ieci-si.-iltd j lins.they ufTord p, rmnijUil rt Hef. ,1. V. JollS'sioN", M. le.r.n "Tophnl Kumolin." rrtnu a jwrsoiial know It di-e of these piasters, wn esa stale that tht y arc ileetdntly prt -terabit tosny othr til iim Wln-rever rtlb f is to by obtained by th u of a pUiler, we fcb'Milp retirnint-ad tbetn. V) A. IN(.l:.UIAM, M l'., I;.tu,r Aw YvrkMtntvr. Ajrent-y. llfftndr. th IIohm-, Siw York, Sold hy all lini;-i's.-l9 V- Hnutt't rl ( r Jlnt Oil. '( uoriU Ukf a I harm." The Wonder of Ihe World. ('lean. tU ,i rtrt.s arid ante ti; tow-, atjit trares iaifl in any f-arl of itie hisly a water ut i,.,i-s nre. Try It. Tiyit. Irylt. Try It. ( it brttrr or ifH tlotrt yr ssottru. IMrsOioas witU each Bottle b l-i lle )' ' 1'sUl- ! tilling M.i'it.' ol! ):. or lot. it ., ; . j .VTJ faiuil J tkauU irtp il 1.1 Ihi IMtr. j 111 lrlf l,.iM hat' II t Mill,' "I! with (kern i Ks.rylxfiy . llalue. U wi--i-n. II spl " H.ll'u-1. j Ta.nl.aei, . 1 iu.ii.-. t o..i.-1-a Mor-us. ' l- turn . i Burns, Ktrf-miialisMi. V oralis, ' tH " Utr rwt Anno III tlie VV.V. LatlttrlU, -lll.l. I'olss ' All li.rs tl. Mvie OlU-ures' SJ:o II H )' k " k11" !-""' k-mle in Il.e ... A lltl.- bf f.. HttS H'l. OH l IM-rfert -.-1.1.1--, IU.Al.lli I.N-f llAM-t (OJI'AS .V. IU l iU nay. J Tarrf Is kealb. In-sutr. T , at-aU4 if la j rjr liouie. wti'.B fc 1 Ht atl r. I Iw.-or' It ))- " fco-'l Ol a-'r' M.tel.aals. antl (.nseers, btare mt 'Xtt'of i')i-'.": -H rutiatry. M M 1:1. S.Nfc. -"I'- l'ro;,r,.-iof , Plif...id. Vs. lisross bre - W .l'Xi Ael. s W, I l. wo 1. i...-..:s " " i'"foa. i I.-Jttii!-s'i. -.ns , Troy f, M!e If I.. i. Syke. Orsf Ho'!. il.HSet ; 'i W s 1 1 .rt .s. -1s-. . .-'"i . 0 ,!. I.i ..I. 4ft'.ti". . i ' rs Kg . H .rt, t.'l.is;- ' ., Ai ::.-. 1 A I KW WtUDS OK COMMON SF.NS1L tt.-n f IV-fe rr kn tf ,.4 u atw W. li.sn .l tt npi 1 ss--j,irs sf -tfc w dv afl-M te; fe.-t,.n!i.s sntaH.sM, .-," Use rtaaaplatitl. oi.i ijiwasp t-tk-s hn,, ng tr rfKlr t-anarraf o, ti.J tMteit tcA 4n m to fttesiAs -(S! a r.oJ :" A !i-ht . itasoai ; ts ihr kMnliWa rrmafk tf tfm r e is(?'S-ie.t t-r "1 s( a (-s4t- ts tin- Oi m , ,'t. - r ' ;seeW , e' Oofsatls tak-tsa Aeatk Kin imnWi'sl f.rf Sis prtif. f iWTraie4 K.tee reni d t atlismM S tl a SUM It. Hafs rrr la ism- ar,;n,ts 4 a. I sy.'ri to (',, I Ijtt-S. i t,.f .w 1.1 Words M .l- h ltot,Mt as .ito l'l SO MiS.ltkg ftiHJI Asittua. liniilUX jslSuat ll , I;, 11.-1 m tih!n tsir ra a. a4, II Wet, koie.tai-ftii(i!,-,-irr.f,c a t:fe of mls-f .iatlt, thiarlj trt4. g!e f..r st.'en.' A rtmlest la wtka lbr V bstl or st.l l-it I tM-s II n( Si'psl ihe Irt.tifesl m txt.h) Ulluk of Ik resnli na- tt l .;!(. 1 1 l ion ky , lsy t A Sal evens, can nrr4, wki-a tlnriT tarln) la sound-,! Ill yowf isars W ken IS,- Atn&i la wilitlssl ami, k li-rt at., id it Maei 'a-s.Hiat Hat a kas kwvv4 tik ancft as In a-")r a aii,!i,wi of cum, aad Is antir nt by Ike Mshtl r. u:r as iktt as.t prsMnfM ami . raa lou renimtt lhal iM-i,ti.' respart k kas tHa.mi.Sv4, lo rrilrte and nire all es. a of loahs, 1 ,4,1a, IrJihmi , aud C-.usun.ptl in, If llo- laae la aH he) tool all k.a. Kea win a tka a.iffrer la In Ike Ut aWts k will $awt n lief hi Bslnt Oils prraratlt. tHit kutilo "III ro . tlitra tkr must lutriutiilona.tbat Ih atertla wflhla awi ' aratlitfl are hy nit no-ans . lafi-eraled. In farl ftslt " short itf the eulogies Iw-simtnl iaM.is It by IkiswaasNta ts kt bats then rarrtt by It llinetjr a. A guaranta accomttanlt-a eatk htilile, anil iW-alpra ars lnairtat-t4 la evert lusUure to rrfuud the mom y, wbra tka reare lion falla Iu n lleie. l'rettM-l bj T. M'. Marailen, it Broad Ne Yorl, anil for sale hr all llruifrists. frits, tl x IwSlI. Wbnleaale Ariilst. John V, Henry A Co, W alrrtiajry,. VI 1 Ottu. I', Uoodtalu A Co., and kt 8. Hurt, hoattwt. MAUSHFA'S CAT.ISAYA TOM( In eoiiialewenetf from t holvra, klallnanl Ketera, Small I'ox, or any Ciilaneoaa AfiTllona, will It (omul Ini alnahle, Blitm! lone to the at stem, anil rs-ioliif alH the troatratltif efftsrla In, Ideulnl lo til ..'. The nnl' vertal And Rt)iiUr knowl.sle of th slrtaea if Tai t ( a.i -a Hark reiulres no eidadntton I eeiitnrle ha pasiM'U since Its Ulwoiery, and II tu now rwitriill Ihe beat felirlfnfii whh h bomitlliil nature kna tore4 lis talih. Ht li in- has tllrinered many melhmla of trat-Uni: Us Urines, and redaclnif, In a small bulk, Uif at lite principles of the lUtk, via! tiiliieu, ( luthiHilB, elr., all ofwhlih are Invaluable aa m.-dhal au'euia. The ureal want of a mild and reliable Imiir In eaaw of Oehililr, M,;hl Sweals, HrmftiU, 1 .pe-K Umm of Aplntlie, and 01 her ill-cases hitldeiiMl loadlsoifSlilrstd syslcni, has Induced me to in-riit this In the tntiMt af iroft-sluii and sutl-rers, as the moat reliable, an ft- and p twerfiil tniiiv Ihttl ran Im- iireinnwl, e,aiiltliiliy, aa It th es, nil the art lie principles of the True Callaaya llurk, wlih other Inri illt'iiis, whlih render It lint H'ifei t(.i of a remt'ily for all Ihe above tlli'aes. I'repareil b T. W. Marsden.ls llrnailifay .New Y'orh and for a lie by all llrtiL'ittsta. I'rlee $1 per k, it tin, Yviioh'siilii Asft nts-John K. Henry li t'o, Waterhtsry, VI., (leu. f. Oootlwlii mid M. S, Iturr, Itnston. lialld I'lri isiit iK.ii, May 10th lfd. ,1A ssis. ll tUtur if .Sun's ; ih vrolti.x : iMiOtif; 11 visit to the West, lust I'all, I (untriifti.il chills nnd liner, which hroiiuht mi) In my l"-d, and linally titiiiiiiin ed in t( ihuitl fe ver. nutl confhd me to my re nn lor seveml nionlhs, diirini' w hifh lime I was physically so loslrnls l Il it I almost tlespiiired ol ever reeoverinjr my health I having iilnio.-t entirely o-t my Hpeti!e Im dnya.not hi.iupiilile to eat a morsel' inlditd low hit h J Waa dis tressed w 11I1 11 ret-In )! seiis itiini 111 my head, and pns-etl niiinv sh epli -s 1 johls ill from debility caws, c I hy my posirate coiitlilion, hroiiisht nhonl by I ver. At this stiioc ol my iiunliliiiii a lih-inl rivoni. mended me to use yi-ni ct-lfhrnted Moiinii h liiltrra, but l,i;ini: tio o i 1 1 v u-,o.i-d (utile 11-e of alin.iihiiila 111 iinv lurin, I at tlrt ilechiie l, hill nltui ward yie. e I my I'lejudii 1 s, iiml, nlier Inking the iiiedii ims fur sevm.ii witd,s, my itppetile'ietiiiiied, nnd Willi it I ion rapidly ref'iiiniii(! my Inrmrr sifene;tl( and vi,or. Mv sleep (Irom tho os of whS'li 1 haa siill'cred mncli) has never bet n heller llnni It Is lima, mi l Ihe reelinj! t(s satinn (he inn n!lmll to) has en tirely h it im'. My bowels, which wero minli con Hipiiti d ami Irretnilnr. bio now iiiii nn'timl, ami, in h ct, I ant elad to any teat I led myself near man, ami lender yon this testimonial of m v praci 11 lion ol your vii Untitle preparation In order that others, s ulli-riii(! ns I h ive, may avail Iheinnelvhs of its v runs, which, prejudice kei I mf from tiijoylnf lor so lmi)! a pei i'itl. I may also add that my ;diy -sitioii, nf.er see i nit the In nt th-iiil etlei-l of your lti'- tela V)ii in.', rnci.ninieiided I lust I ne then rt'Ktllarljr. Yolli", v-rv respect fiillr , K nol'HSK, No. 4"t Market hlreal. IMrpRTANT DISCOVERY. HKI.IKK 1 TKs MIt 'I ICS. nil V.1AS 1'Vl. MIKYIC U'JFfCUS, ir tintailliu la Ih cure of ( .tn.ua. ('ul na. Aasiiaa, llaast miia. et '1'iiKoar. Iloauasasras. ilirsti iit Itsaarniso, Is, umkst ( osai-aerioa, ein linaaaa ut ma I.rsi.a. 'I liey hst a mi taste of nn dlrlne, and aa f fhll.l will take them. Tlioiisiiluls ban beta r.-atfetl li health, that hail before d. s,ln d. Tesilim.n irtvea In hitnreitsof eases. A sintrla tlose relieves la rr.n NiaiTra. Ak fur llrt 101 s I'liliuonie Wafers (he orliflnalaa't on W ri-ntiliie Is stamped '-llrian.'' Sptirlona kln-ls art erTrred fur sale. I tuenly-Kve rents a le,. Hold by all In-nrrlata. Jolt MO,s;-(. fols I'reprlr t.-r, lj-41 ( ortlandl stfeat, Ssat Trk. THK okkat KNtit.isn i: i;iti:iv. . Silt J I VI 10 I I.AHH 'at CKLKIIHATKI) FEMALE FILLS. This Inta ual.le me, II, Ins Is 11 11 fatltt tt I u the rr.it afall thoas painful aud dtiij-erotis dist ant a laeblsnl lo th ( ussla roiisilttiilofi, Il motti-rales all esress. removes all ntistrin tla from whatever eautr, and brings nn lb monthly prrtitd wllk r, eiilaritr. llu .o Vllls slionl.l not tw t tten by females thai prettnantilutliiK the Hi;.t 'I II lil.K Mo.V I lit as lhy are sure Ittbrina- on Misearrlajfi;; bul ati-t-n other lima and In every other ease they art- perfectly safe, In all raai a of Nerti.ua and Spinal Alferibrtis. psla la the Back and l.llilba. Ileavliiesa. raltfHO an sllslbl er tl in. I'alialfb of the llearl, l,naof Splits. Ills trrks, Sltk lleadaelie. Vtltl't . and all the (Kilnftil dis eases onca stoned by a ilium-tiered stein, iltese I'llit HI iM a etire sins all oilier meant ars talbit. ' Kntl dlreetionslh paliiiiib t arotiadea. k pat katfa kb k ahatil't be eart-futlv prf-s.-rveS. Ibry ran be srnt la a boiile, aonUtnlHf M pills pust free by ticl.-slliK f I and C llin--H ill (lamps tu any agstv Sold by all llrnvvl'llh Sole I nlUd fUlmjul, Joll MosKt, 1tl tCrtl.m'llttrrel,SI fk to covsi .MiKrivi:s. Tin adi crtiser, having lo t n stored to keaSk la a IVar aseka l.y a very slmtil remeity, an. fcaolag aa-r4 f, at vera I ymrs kiir a trim Initg arlla. a4 lht drrail il ,. I olisuaiptloK Is alumna lo make kb0 lo Ins f. iluw atilterirs I lie wan of r'. 'load trbo.l.sire It, b will ol atopy of th pre. seripil'.n iiaed (fr.-a of ebar with lb dlreetsnut M pri-paHng and us.og the same, wbb k they altlfla4 a, seas 1 r. for ( oasi amos. Asritaa. Baoai hitm, I oi ct a. 1 olm, and all Throat and lntif A aWita,,- 1 br only oi.j t of tb adt-ruar 111 tl'.j tlv l'trnp lb Is to Ikh. (U t h arhieiol, anl tufxraiaiiv atliteb he e.r,cl t es to W (nvalwalde, aud kti Iwy- tiserf n(. rer w 01 try bis rt-uv dy, as U tlleit Uiviu autbiitf. and uisy prove a bi..t(.$, s Parties w Islilii tn ptvs-nj.iioti ttl res reiara aaall, llla.1.;ri Hrr. fcllWAKIs A Sl.sa)S, I II WllllaiHbti.-k, t-.iay( ta., StW urk. Kvttttm id' Yuutn.-il b-trtan -ln4 a a watuiriie anti rant., tiaiot lktrf..lls sf )a.Uit.i ia ttistsreiioQ sur a rwaiiil in ueattal tWnniiy, ai,sis, liiilMtU-arat, 4.e,.()iluMiiy Itous lb pt'mmAt awd Up I tlttaat- Out ra, ill Ixt mnlJtlH ', eltie i: u.ct! v,uiie u,f,mail,.a wt Ik rau o ( lo lit'.- a lot are t, oi. t nblit M ri sell 4 ttif Jr t, Svayt td-laitiail ttOp. si.4 aliiif,. add It ill etjai fu Kolasli. Ad is." I I I'tlK.V ii AMI.IS. wuib.n ), ttb! li"ww, . lf k. Irlf (,rla aM PrOse ), rot an ddret tiei ,o j.-, erst, aatt I w 10 .-tet yasl vm aiwaM ihf- n.af I'm mat a III plrr ) ol. Ati-Oesa II aaf at -'; l;iiaiaj, s v STUAMii: HIT Tltl'I. l'.ti-rr youfijt ii I ami gaotimiau In llu" I 0lt4 htates ran hear im-n.tvf very mueii lo lbs.ir 4 oaoUje by re'r iiijio tlrre l i burrs ) by atltlreta let ti, uiid.-riiied. 'J iiis- has iijj inara 14 b-einK UutuL'ifjKi 'o Ob.ige kv (it itl Uir tinia .f dW . A:l others ,tl y'jivt! i iri their (i'ient act taut JlIO.S. y. CilAt'MAN, r l'-'.i.t, Vf4"