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Showing the arrival and departure ef trains tt Oolnra km. On aad after June 34,.lBo8, trains wUl tosv u fol ow ..,, . ... .. ( ittu slum a Ooiossp a Xkru Bt 1. l.v .... . ... Lmtm. Cincinnati Aocommodalton. S so 4. M. P Bspress II 50 4. U. Mall iiiu v. u. 1 I i ' ' - ' - - Arrives. t-.ii P. 11 00. S:IO V. Might Bxpreit, Via Dayton, HUO midnight. S:A Jro. W. DsHnrr, Agent Ooumaci 4 Ouvkuuio B. B. : " Wgbt Baprwa 4 00 A.M. H30P.M Now TorkBxpreaa 11 10 4. M. 1100 A.M. 0,0 40. Way Kxp ,.... 1:40 r.K 1(1 14 P.M. Jaat fiTHMon, Agent. OnrniAkOnio B. B. We. Bxprect 10 A. M. 11:45 P. M No. 4 MiprawtoNttrark.il: 10 A. H. 11:10 A. H Ho. I Bspress i33 P. M. ' W. J. VtLif Agent. Prrrucua, Ooicsiici ss OracutiuTi B. B. Mall Into... S J'IA. M. , 11:45 P. H, mwloll 11: 10 A.M. 1L10A.M ' Jot. Bosunos, Agent. Ootcettrjt 4c IxDuiioroLu, B. B. . (Ootcasos Putoa Si Uduiu B. B.) . Ho. 1 Bxpreos 6:SM A. M. 10:40 A. M. " " 3:0U f. M. 4:10 P. M. Jro W Hut 4ftnl. SPECIAL ft 01 ICES BatchoJor's Hair Dyef . TUB BttT IN TUB WORLD. WILLIAM A. BAT0HBL0R8 celebrated Hair Dy produoes a oolor not to be die toialabtd from nature- warranted not to Injur th Bait Id tt leatti rtntdlti the Ul sfficts of bad dyes, and Invtg orate tht Hair for lift. OBIt, BID, or BTJdir H4IB Inttantly tarn splendid Black or Brown, tearing tlit Hair toft and beautiful. Sold byall DrogultM. eto. ID Tht gaoalDt la Hgoed WILLIAM A. BATOHBLOB, on IKtourildtt of taah boa. Factory No. Hi Unroliar Street, (Lata SO Broalway and It Bond Strttt,) tttayPB-dawly NW TOHEt a Slight Cold, Cough, Jfocwacnxsa., or gfate I jDkficuai, which might le chtdxd with, a simple rem tdy, if neglected, often ter minates eeriouly. Few are. aware of tht importance of stopping a fiauQh. or Sfll&ld. faciei, in. its fret stage ; that uihxoh in the beginning would yield to a mild remedy, if not attended to, soon attacks tht lungs. .f-nuxnls. I&fanxJilaL gftccheK Were fret introduced eleven years ago. R hat been proved that they are the beet artiele before the publio for p at i a tie., fields, &fiancLLlU, jt.sLh.ma., iataj-fh., tht Haoking Cough in an sM.mfttLtUL, and numerous affections of tht fShjaat, giving immediate relitf Public Speaker- and Singer$, wVZ fnd them effectual for clearing and strengthening tht voioe. Sold by all ruggiets and (Peelers in Jedvrine, at 5 cents per box. for talo, wnolotale or retail, bj ' " 0. ROEBHT8. Drnggitt, No. U North High tueet. . , . 8. B. 8AMTJBL, Prngglit. 'ign MANHOOD. HOW LOST, BOW KESIOBID. Jut PobUabed Is a Sealed lnveloia Priot S CU.I A IIOTTJBI ON THE NiTDRl, TBBATMINT AND KADIOAL 0UK1 OP tfPB&U4T0BHUB4 Or Seminal Wotfcnwa, lnvolnntary Imlatona, Bexoal Debllltj, and UBpaduaenta to Marriage generallly, Nerronaneaa, Oon pt1on, pllepqr and rite. Menial and Pbtloal In apaolty, reinlting (roa neU-abue, 4u. Bjr Bobert J. QnlTrall, Mi D., aatbor of the Green Book, 4m. . Been to Thounundi of Snftererst Stat under teal, In a plain envelope, to eoj eddreee pott paid, on rtoelpt of tlx oentt, or two pottage raape. by Dr. 0U4S. J. O. KLUI1, 187 Bowvy, Mtw Vore. Poet Ojke tfo No. tbO. pA-lndtwU PAIN. OB4V1XY, M AGMETISil. neat are no timet for anything but faott. And at length a not la knowa in medicine) It la tola that pain If masTtd and dlieaae oared b PUBQaIION Willi BRANOBIIBM PILIB. Xhlg ta u maoh a faot In mellolot aa that the magnet to faat la sarigatlon, or that graelt la a loot la attron obj7, or that light la bat heat rarlftod, bat which a piece of glut oan tondouie Into heat again. PU the great (aatol th preaeut da U tbat . BBANDBKIII'5 PILLB tfiTarUblf open tht bow t la, and that all the biuoor, Whlofc taue pats art eontroled by natural aSoltf by tsta . Q&BAt MBSIOINB- . IJtPOBIANr SO TaoB"LTyiNO IK VST1B AND . . . AO 01 DISl'BlOfB. Mr. John Padnqr, SprlngSeld, Union toanty. Nan Jtraey, hie need BBANDBliia'o TBiCIABLB DKIVjkiali PILLS forflftetnyeara la hie famlljr. mi for all hie haadi; In which time tht Pills hart oared them of Bllloa AlTeailgne, Ueadaohe,BheunaJim, Fereraad 4cm, Meulaa, Whooping Cough, and In tut all the dla Oaaee to which a large family It oooadonally tnbjeot. Ba aya be ha aTcr knowa them to fall, and will be . pleated 40 glr hit tettlmooy at all time Is farvrof Bjaadreth't fllli- (olgacd) JOHN PUDNJT, ' SprlDgtt.ld, V loo Oo., N. J. told by Job B, Oooa, Drogglti, Oolombaa, and Ij ail feepeotable dealer in medlctne. Jtl-oawla TO MARRIED MEN, Og t'lioae Voutcinplatlnv iTIarrlafe. tHl nndenlgned willglnlnrprmatlon on Tory in. lervaMwv and important tubjooi, whloh will be Tale ad arar than a thoaaand timet I u oott by erery married aoapl of any eg or oondliloo in life. The Information will b ml by mall to any ad Ircea on the rtoelpt of 85 orats (eflwr) and one red eump. -. All letteri tboald be addrejeed to H. B. U0BBI8, M. D. oetll-lyStadaiw - - - ' ' Boeton, Maap, Htmoredlrom ble old ufilce. Dr A. B. WILLIAMS, W. Broadway, near High tt. Oolsabat. 0.; hat doToted hlmoelf for a nrlea of year to the treatment of certain privet diaeatet. He may be oaaalted at hi office on Broadway, near the Bxohange Beak. '- ,; , , . , ', , , Janlfldtf J. O-. Sail. B. IS elwender. BULL k NE1SWENDER, lXTM.KETS'ATiiW. V -0 0B-X Iiil JoTinfton Buildingi ' So.' 107 Bouta' High Street, L, PHOitlPTtT ATTEND all bnilneta entruittd to tbelr oar. Bald B.-ft Nelawendar it alto prepared to obtain Peaefona tW bounty, end Pay of Arrearagea due from the oTM,Bc:ut to the eoldiere: or, U drad. then their WKtow eblidren, father, mother, or heir at WW . BtaylOas-aly ' B. f, IMOHAM, I. a. m ourrit. B1KQI1AU S M'QUFFEY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW ' t -COLMMBU OHIO. " ; '-'i OrtlOl-In Beadley, Bberly It Blohardt' Building ISO toatb Hh aueet. . .. .. lapl7-dly. EMBROIDERED RID GLOVES, TNeUeoWtt and naabera.Jutt opened. :., ' No. W Soata ttlgn ttreet. BUN 4k SON . rrnm innovABux CLAif hoof BII lAia is iks. ; , SATURDAY MORNINO. JUNE 7, 1863. TELEGRAPHIC. Reported for the Ohio Statesman. THE LATEST NEWS. Fort Wright Surrendered. Our Troops in Possession. THE FLEET EN ROUTE FOR MEMPHIS. Latest from McClellan. Great Confusion in Richmond. NO TROOPS IN THE CITY. Rebels Claim a Victory at Richmond. Flood in Delaware River. Great Loss of Property and Life. A Whole Town Washed Away. &c. &c. &c. Fort Wright Evacuated. Caibo, June 6 Ft.rt Wrigbt ie eracoitod. Wa are nuw In DOeaeealon. 100 UJlllia oat naaiMi F.irt Rinlulub. eo roote for Mempbli. TbeSbaogbal bas arrived from the fleet At tbe time be left, flamee were breaking oat In tbe barrack of tbe Fort, and Ibe gunboete bad dropped down tbe river. Tbe Oe Sjw i expected this forenoon wlttt full pattioulare. Fort Pillow is Ours. WAfHiNOTon. June 6 TbefollowlDB wee re ceived todaj at tbe Nevj Uepartmett : Cairo, June 0. To Mr. WtUtt, Stctttary of Navy: Toe dispatob boat of laai tiifeb.i reports the evacuation of Fort Pillow and It occupation bj our truopt. Moat of tbe flotUU bad paeeed below Fort Raudulph. A. M. PENNOCK, Commanding, etc. From Fortress Monroe. Fobtbbss Monrob, Jaue 5. Tbe first boat load ut wonnded from tbe receot battle near Rlobmond, arrived Taeedav, on tbe ateamei State of Maine. Tbe steamer Mvatlo arrived this morning with two hundred and forty one prisoners, re oently captured bj Gen. McClellao, Inoludlng eleven efiloera. Newoort News ha been abandoned as mill- larr ooet, and the ordnanoe stores are being removed to tbe Fortress. . From McClellan's Army. McCLELLAN'S HEADQUARTERS. June 8. Tiro deaertera Inat In. report Geo. Joe John- atdn eerloutlj, if not mortally, wounded through tbe groin, by a minle Oan, auring tne late Dit tle, Geo. Q. W. Bmlth now command. Otner Information oorroborates thli alio, that the rebel loee le eotlmated at 10.000 killed, wound ed and mltslog. . Ho material change oes oocurrea in tne enemy's poeition. 1 Contrabands wno lu'l uionmona yeaieruay aay tbe olty la in a terrible state of oonfualoo. Wo troops are in tne oity eicept inoie aoiog goard duty. No signs of evacuation, bvery iblog anowa IDs intention oi getermmeu retiot- anoe. Tbe bouee-top In RIohmond were oorered on Sunday with people expecting our troops to be driven Into tbe Cbiokbomioy,but when they eaw the rebels run, tbe greatest consternation prevailed. It is rumorea tast augraaer aitgusiea ana Intends reeigning. Information baa been received that there are no rebel troops between tbe Rappahannock and tbe Army of the Potomao. Rebel Account of the Battle at Richmond. na na. Cairo. Jone 6 Memphis papera of tbeSJ ooutain dlcpatches received on the let, of wblcb the following la the subatanoe; Gen. Hill' division commenced the flgbt oo Snurday morning, Rhodee'a, Garland's Rain' and Anderson' brigades bearing the brunt of tbe battle, until tbe arrival of their reinforce ments. Tbe Federals were driven from tbelr redoubts, and their batteriee turned upon him. Gen. Lee and President Davis were on tbe field. Tneir presence Increased tbe cntbaeiatm of our troops. Tbe Yankees strenuously contested every (neb oi ground while giving way before tbe impetuous oturges of our soldiers. Ltrge number oi toe iiouieaerate soiuieis are wuuuaea in tne arms ana teg, uen Rhodes was slightly wounded. Tbe snemv tried to make a flank movement about 7 in tbe evening, but were repulsed. On Sunday the battle was renewed, ohlciiy with musketry. . i Prisoners are constantly coming in. Gen. Huttoo, of Tennessee, Is killed. The carnage on both aides Is dreadful, tbe Yankees losing two to our one. ' About 500 prisoners tie already taken. Tne laat dispatch, sent on the flrat, says : Lateat intelligence from tbe battle-field re presents that tbe enemy bas been driven back a mile and a half from bis position. Our foroes occupy bis oamfS. We captured tbree batteries atier most des perate fighting. . Tbe enemy were ptoteoted by wood entrenchment. Vickeburg papers of the thlity-flrat say eleven Federal gnnboats have gone down tbe river. Tbey say Ibe fleet Is no nearer in possession ol tbe oity now than it wae two week ago, and that Inenrmountabla obetaalea encountered be low Vickaburg bad caused dlsefftotion among the Yaukee troops, compelling tbe oommsndert to fall baok, to reorganise tbeir forces. Earthquake. : Cairo, June 6. Taree distinct sbooks of an earthquake were felt here to-day. It was also felt in aeverat different points north, aa far aa Urbaua. INo damage done aa lar as ascertained. Evacuation of Fort Wright. to . Cairo, Juoe 8 Toere is yet seme doubt that tbe fleet ha passed Port Randolph, where the rebels sre said to bave taken the sons which tbey removed from tbe fort above. Tbey leit nve or six guns. Before leaving; tbey destroyed the barracks, oamp tqulpege, gun carriage, and such (torts a oouio nut De traniporteo, i ney aio cornea tbe oottun ot which tbe bretstwoika were con ttruoied. , t., Tbe flotilla oaat eff at five o'clock yeaterday morning, followed by iranaporta eatrylng lb lorty eizth Indiana, Col F.ioh, who now ocoo py tbe fort works, which are eaid to be of great airength If properly manned, they could bave succeeefslly resisted a large toroe. The rebel, after leaving the fort, destroyed a pontoon bridge which tbey had constructed some week sinoe over Hatches river. When the De Soto, which lat arrived from the fidet, left, the gunboats had passed the fori and sone down tbe river. It is reported that tbe rebels evacuated Fort Raodolpb. It lb la is tbe oate, nothing oan prevent tbe flsei from arriving at Memphis to- Kbw Yosb, Jane 8. Specials state that Gen. Di expects Col, Corcoran at Fortress Monroe to-Bigqf- From Washington. w. v... Tn. KTh ton.dl.p.tob .'a,.. Prfrat. advise, from a relut. Die sourer, report a wo op yfj ---" mao and Eappabannook, and that bridges have been carried away. , Tbe loss of bridge, upon ibe R,ppabannook Is not cow considered so rloua, because l seems to be no perl of the strategy of out government to oroee pabanoock to reinioroo or upiwe - Clellan'a srmv. ,ii,, Tk. vi. rfi.n.tnh Wa are still with out any official reoord of tbe killed and wouod ed at the batt.e before Richmond. Crowds of re atives and friend ot tboee engaged are ar riving by svery tram, anxtoni to obtain oorreot Information, out so lar rooj ua . - Tha ..in, tn man Inouiries at tbe War Ut- floe Is, that do autbentlo list of tbe casualties bas been reoelved. Is is probable that tbe Secretary of War will provide that in future tbe surgeons of regiments shall report through tbe brigade 'or division commander, as soon as possible after battle, aconrate lists of killed, wounded missing. -Th TribunM'a disoatoh tTi: A released Un ion officer wbo was ten daja In the bands of the rebels at Winchester, where be talked freely with their officers, says that tbey teem to look forwent Ln th. riMtruflilon of tbeir Brest armies as a thing aure to happen, aooner or later, and have made np their mluda to take to the bush and wage a guerrilla or partisan warfare, ln wbloh toey said they felt themselves at home. The officers struck our Informant as a fine set of men. Thav were devoted body and soul to tbe cause of rebellion, but be thought that most of tbe aoldiere seemed not to have their hearts ln tbe bualoeas. Washington, June 5. Minister Morris noti fies tbe State Department that tbe Turkish Gov ernment baa laeued an order lorbldding the Con. federate privateer, admission to any ports of tbe U.tomao Empire, in aeooraanoe wita me proelelona or tbe treat oi raris or aooo. Wa-hisotoh, June fl Tbe Senate tn-day oon finned tbe nomlnatlona of Allen B Brad ford a Aoolate Justice or th Supreme Court for Colorado, and Kirby Benedict Cmef Jus- lloe or the Supreme Ujurt lor n ew ftl. xico. Tbe President b, among other nomma lot, ent to tbe Senate, wbtcti baa not yet acted opoo them, tbe following: Bnj Whedden.of New Hampshire, ae Minister to Heyiit GusUvua Koeroer, of Illloolw, ae Minister to Spain, and Breams U Calner, of Brooklyn, N. Y., aa Min ister U Vsnesuela. Col. Kenley, of tbe 1st Maryland regiment, to day vtaited Seoretary Stanton, wbo highly complimented bim for bis gallantry at Front Royal ills object was to obtain aa exchange tor his regiment, now prisoners, wbioh will pro bably soon be effected. Dr. Mitchell, of tbe 1st Maryland, end Dr. 8. one, of the 8j Massachusetts, bavs been un conditionally released by tbe rebels. Tbe un conditional release of tbe rebel .urgeona now prisoners with tbe United States, will be order ed. It la probable that a new and extensive osmp of instruction will soon b establlthed la tbe Immediate vicinity ot Annapolla, under tbe su pervision of Geo. Wool. Gov. Stanley's Instructions. Wa: HUSTON, Juoe 6 Mr Wm. Wines has been appointed postmaster at Clsrk.ville, Tennessee. Secretary Stanton io response to an inquiry of tbe House, t)S expl'cltly that Governor Stanley bas not been Instructed by tbe Govern ment to prevent tbe education of obildren, white or black. In North Carolina that tbe De partment baa no official Information that be baa luteifered to preveut tbe education of white or Olaok children in that 8 sate; but a Copy of tbe resolutions of the House haa been transmitted to him for a report of bis aotlon on tbe eubjsot, wblcb, when received, will be communicated to that body. From Fremont's Army. FREMONT'S HEADQUARTERS, MT. JACKSON, Va., June 5. Farther pursuit of J.cktoo hu been imuoisl- tlble to-dey, owing to the sudden rise of tbe Shenandoah river. A pontoon bridge, replacing the bridge burnt by tbe rebel, was oompleted, and part of Fremont' force eroaaed tale morning. it raioea Data all nixht and day. ibe river roe twelve feel in four boure, bringing down great quantities ol drill wood and heavy timber, wbion finally parted tbe bridge In tbe middle, The material was all saved and no accident ocoarred. Four hundred prisoners had been taken. The Flood in Delaware River. Pa.. Juoe 0. Fearful accounts of damage hare been received from Mauch Cbunck and vicinity. Tbe dam there, as well aa at two other placet, was swept away, snd many nouses wasnea on Tbe railroad bridge Is also gone. Canal navigation is stopped for the aeasoo. Tbe Lehigh Valley Kailroad will not be In running order for several weeks. Tbe town of Waisport Is washed away. There were but three bouses lsfl out of about 300. Tbe loss ot life haa been quite large Tbe Lehigh Valley R. R. Is badly torn np. Tbe Belvidere and Delaware R. U. oan be re paired in a few dae. Toe Delaware, Ltcowan and Western R. R. will be running in about a week. A part of the basin of tbe Delaware canal here baa been washed out. Tbe damage at Gleodoo is very great. The fnrnaoea are all chilled. Tbe lumber men are beavy losers. Millions of feet of sawed lumber, end ibunsaods of loga have been earrled away. Tbe number of persons drowned is not yet as certalned. New York, June 6 The Herald's oorres pondence etates that some of the prisoners taken ln the battle on Sunday, wbo were brought to headquarter, say that extraordinary palos were taken by tbe rebels to kill that "one-arm devil," meaning Gen. Kearney. It seemed to tbem that be bore a charmed life, and was one of their moat dangerous adversaries. Bormo. June 6 Tbe Tribune's correspond ence etates that tbe 100th regiment, which went from tbis city, was mostly out to pieces or oapiured. Tbey were in Casey's division. Col Brown was killed, and tbe Ueut.-coiooel and Major wonnded. The National Debt. Wasbinstor. June 6 The national debt on theSScbot May, 1863, amounted to $49 1 448, 9:4. The average rate of Interest paid oo tbs entire debt, le 4 SW-1000. Front Royal, June 6. Captain Sanderson obief oommieaary, has taken possession of all tbe flour mills tn the valley, together with the grain and flour on hand. Life guard bave been granted by tbe com- mending General to all t.mlhes wbo rt quest Ibsm, witnout retpcoi to tneir loyalty or disloy alty, and the eMdteie wbo violate them will do so under the penalty of being Immediately shot. Toe weather la still unsettled anJ tbe roads almost impassable. Bjtb bra&obee of the Shenandoah are still rising. i mmtWtwtwmmemmmtwt1kmwsBmmmtMwiMmamms PaiLADBLPHia, June 6. Parson Brownlow, In acoordanoe with the request of the most prominent cit'Seas, will address tbem at tbe Aoademy ot raaiio next rriday evening. Impeachment of Kansas officials. LiaVin worth, June 6 The Kansas State Senate le engaged as a oonrt of Impeachment in the case ot Gov. Kobioson and other Dime officers. Twenty-two Senators present. The time so far has been principally oocoupled oo questions In regard to ths legality of the conrt. Bui little interest is manifested in the proceed' luss. Gen. Blunt bas Issued an order changing the name ci fori wise to port Lyons. Corinth, June 6 A general order from Gen, Balleck says tbe State of Mteourl, txoept tbe counties of Mississippi, New Madrid and Pem itooti will Berearter constitute a military Ve perimrnt of Missouri, to be oommanded by Brig. Geo. Bjofteld. Toe foroes In Southwest Mitsourl, however, will be subject to tbe order of Mj Gen. Cunls, oowannder sod Military Governor ol ArEaneas. . Tbe oouoty of Mississippi will belong to tbe DiatVtoiot Ctlro, under Geo. S.roog, and tbe eoaoties of New Madrid ant remltool, Uistncl of Columbus, under Gen: QUlmby. ;" Looisvuxi, Jane 6 -Jmes Trabae was re leased u day, on taking tbe oata ot allegiance m4 fttaBf we wqirf Impeachment of Kansas officials. THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. First Session. WASHINGTON, June 6. SttfATi.A co tn " 'rjoe was sppointed on tbe loo aa ageteigtlAtloa trill, wbioh wa returned from tu . ..uitodment. A Ojmmuulouion from tbe Seoretary of the Navy, traosmitiiog the offlolal report of opir- anoos on tne lower Mistlsaippi, tbe capture ol New Orleans. tto.wa received Mr. Hil offered a raaolution oelllnw tin tha oeoretary ut Ibe Treteur? to in'orm tbe Senate bow muub of tbe $73 673 paid to Martbals 10 tbe District of Culumaia for tha vaar undine Juue 3D, was for personal services, and how muon ou other accounts, and details of so- Ouunts. He said there had been raid to Mar shal Lamon. wbo was anoolnted In March. $3,905 and to Marshal Seldcn. before him. $o0,U00. Mr Powell offered a resolution that tbs Seo retary of War Inform tbe Seoate whether Major General Hunter baa been authorised by tbe Department to muster a regiment composed of slaves, or persons ot African descent, io the ser vice of tbe Uulted States; If a colonel or other offioere baa been appointed, and whether tbey bave been clotbed and armed at tbe expense of tbe Uolted States. Lld over. Mr Sumner offered the lollowlng: W hirbaps Edward Stanley, assumlnar to aot under a letter from tbe Seoretary, of War ap pointing blm Military Governor of North Cam- l'ca, a cost unknown to tbe Constitution and laws, baa undertaken, by vlitue of suoh mili tary authority, to aurrender lusitlve elavea con trary to tbe intent and meaning of tbe aot of congress recently adopted; also, to banish aoy American oitiaeo in violation of tbe personal rignta secured by tbe Constltu.louj also, to close schools maintained by the obarlty of tbe good lucu ur ine education oi ooiorea ODUdreo, la atuince ot every prtooipie of moral and rell gioo, and degrading to our national obaracterj theefore. RtiotuJ, Tbat tha Prealdent be requested to oauoei toe letter or tne Secretary of War under wblcb said Edward Stanley haa ateumid to tot. Oojeoted ta and laid over. Mi. Sumner also offered another resolution, that iUcO an iffl er aa military Governor 1, con trary to the constitution and law, deatrnotiva to civil authority, and contrary to tbe apirlt of our ii iMiutioo. iitia over. Mr. tiumoer moved to tko op tbe resolution for tbe expulsion ot 'M Senator from Oregon (Starke) Rejected 16 to 121. At one o'clock the tax bill was taken op. Debate ensued on tbe motion to reconsider tbe vote lajlng a tax on slaves Io tbe oourse of the debate Mr. Cowan said It might bs said be intended to lecture tbe Sen ate; bethought it deserved it, by passing aot wbicb were calculated to trample on tbe ooosti- tutioo; it might be said be was dogmatic new, ni intenuea to oe dogmatic Mr. Wade, in bis ssat All but the "matlo." Mr. Coosa eaid when that Senator settles the little account he bas with his colleague In tbe other hucee, it will be time enou.b for me to py atten.ion to that kind of remarks. Till tben be must excuse me. mr. wade epoxeor rar cowan as having a right to be a mere advocate and watob-dog of traitors io the field, but should not ooine here to lecture tb Sjuate. Wbo ever beard of bimt tie wa wihinf ta be criticised bp samebody During some authority. He would rather be criticised by any body than tbe Senator from Pcnoay Ivania. Mr. Cowan said be might be very bumble. In- experienced, una nnsoown, out as bore aa a representative of Penusjlvanla. He represented tbree millions of people, and was oot going to apolog xa to this people for his loexperieooe or bia youth. He never understood that age or long aervice here would aatiefy tbe lolly or give oharaoter to Billiosgate, wbioh might be learned of any fish wemsn. After farther dlsousslsn, a vote was taken and the reconsideration oarried S3 to 13. The amendment taxioe slaves was then re- lecteu ii to xj. Yeas Messrs. Anthony, Chandler, Clark, Feiwenden, Foote, Grimes, Harlao, Howard, Howe. King, Morrill, Simmons, Dumoer,Trum bull, Wade, Wilkinson and Wilmot. . Nay Meews Beyard, BTOjwning, Carlisle, uowan, vavis, urew, uooiittie, roster, Male, Harris, Kennedy, Lu of lod , Latham, Mo Doogal, Neomith, P-iwell, Rice, . BauUbury, 8tarke,Ten Ejck, Willey, Wilson and Wright. The lax bill tben passed 37 to 1 namelv. I B .1 " . .. ' Aiier executive seesion, aojournea. Hoosx The House was enuaned most ef the oay on private duik. Mr. Morrill, of Vermont, spoke oo donating lauds to tbe several States for establishing agri cultural colleges- - He appealed to gentlemeo to vote upon ibe merits of tbe bill bereiolore introduced by him. I s passage wonld have the effect of strengthening the Republic, wrong no body, and prove a blessing to the eotlre peo pie lor ages to come. Among the braocbea of education propoeed is military instruction. He showed at length the advantages of the system, wblcb would afford an opportunity for educa tion, aooompaoied by a love for nselul labor. mr. cox in tne oouree or his speeon, said : While be was anxious to believe tbe President right, he was against an ambiguous policy as to those who control this House. Tbey btvo tbe activity of destruction, but not tbe esoius to build up. Salvation la not io tbeir lloe. Tbe danger wo from an alliance between toe Re publicans and Aooiltioois a, whose war on slave ry, lu direct violation of tbe Constitution, be comes a oMme. He oondemced at length tbe emancipation and oooflacatloo of slaves, remark- log that tbe only asiety of tbe country is In moderate, and not in vindictive oounscla. Mr Noble argued that tbe nations! govern ment, being of limited and defined powers con ferred upon It by tbe Individual 8tates, has no right to Interfere with their local constitution. slavery loolutied. There was oo way nnder the Constitution of dispensing with it. That was left with the States In which It existed. He insisted tbat a departure from tbe provision bad always engendered aeotlonal strife. Adjourned till Monday. ' ' i 1 1 1 1 i . . Padooar. Kt., June 6. Colonel Noble, com mander of tbis post, with nearly bis entire com mand, are nnder maroutng orders lor down the river. Tbey leave to-morrow. W. R. KENT, AUCTIONEER. Lxot ion, tS aloe COMMISSION ROOMS No. 102 South High Etreet T A ITI NOW PREPARED TO Hoerlro JL en Ooeabtioo leery de-erlptlon of property, aoh a Dry Quoui, urooerlte, Liquor., Poraiur, Carriages, Horue, u. 1 alto intend to dotote ny attention to sales of Beal tsiaie and Pa eooal f royalty, a, aty point, within twen ty mile, uf the OIy. eAactlon Sl.STry tvenvsf. iKLmeM ieep:Ot(uiy eollolted. I bees a large room over siy ulee-rocm, for stores purpost. BIPIPIROXIi " i Kalton. laeerott a Co., J. fc T. .Miller, " - D t. Woodbnrr Oo - Moee a Lewi,, Bailer. Brolb.r a Oo, . John Oeary Son, W. n Be.tleaox, , wlent et Ibrall. BisylO-lj PH1PPS' HAMS. -D Bai ; ii ii aI GARDNER PHIPPS & Co. np X Olriolxizi.itly 0.v"P ' ; SUCAS-CUaSD - ' " Qe' - ' ) POBSALBBT " tl m ir .' ,( 8 J X WHI. n. BEBriEATJX, - i jgaj - ' 10 vuuab aitto eiaaar. - a 'H1COT V BI.AVSB -GUSAKinOS, M IBBEBS ItASIlaB AND BO IS IKJEa COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Market. [REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN] NEW YORK, June 6. TLOCB-QotU steady. Bale of 1 500 Wile at Bt 0 i S3 fnr ope 4- e atate; Bt iX&i AS (or auperSn wet e-n . B4 St'S for common to aedlam extra weeterat tt 0KM 14 ror emmio to tood abipptuf brand, esira rooi a noopuhio; bj wtibQ sur for mas srasas, eieUf qoiet OA HAD IAN PLOUB-Oalet. Biles MOO barrels at 4 SO. OOSST UlAIi-Onlelandnnobapied, H18BT In. market I. dull and deoMntnfi sales of coo belt at an j ko (or iuu ana wetter o. WUBaT vf eeait. with felr export demand; th market Closed Io blber. aalel 40,1)00 ooebele aiiiwaa kee duo at 8394c: 11,700 amber Iowa at 1 0S1 OS, 13 000 bndiait winter red weitem at Bl llteftl IS: (.0 0 eeeh amber tHeblxan at fl IS; 1000 buib red stat at vswi mvi B-.BLBY nominal. OOHN to better , Hh a good export demand; salts Of 1US 000 boebsls at 4tW(XSle for new mixed westsrn. OATr A little ealer at 44J44o for Jerecy, Oanads and ee em. OOP SB B Por kinds zoeadlDgly ojnlet, aed ws hav onl? taiee of SO ha, common Uaraoabo at SOo BOOAH Ba. good and flra at Witlc for blr to tood rtSnlngj ealee of MHO bbds Onba at 6(&lXi. and SoO bhde Uara- a on private term.; by anotlon 143 hnds Porto Blooat7lao. POkBThe market Is Sail snd heavy, 'alee of 7200 barrels at Bit &0 SO for meet; B9 00&S SS for prime, til oOlsHil SO for prime meet. BKEr The mtrkei le ateadi aud orehanred, BalM of 100 barrels at ti 50i7 00 for oountry primal SB 00 (910 VO for ooootry meee; I0 001J 10 for prime m.e.i SI3 00 14 SO for ezmmeu. FBI JIB MBtta BK BP Market dn'l ard nominal. BEEP HAM8 In.oilTaiS1015SO. ODr MB A IS Stidy. with a moderate demand ; sales of II. 9 DackMes at ina.it for sboulueis, and 4KaJ for baoe. BAO N Sides quiet; aalesM bores rough elietat no. LaBO Market Sim with a lair boainew doing; tales 1775 bm. at7XSHXo. BU.TK HuliUa at ISaiSWoforObtoand 10I317M foretate. OB KB di The market lidull and lower, writ salM at Money Market. [TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] NEW YORK, June 6. Ths Voney market sonfJnuss stay at SkAt ptr csnt. or loam on call. Strictly Prim P.wer Is scare and wanted at iml per ent. oUcoudi. Sterling K.cbane elowd firmer with qaota'kros st 114 iU5x forMthhants'. and at lriKSU4X for Bank er.' Dill. American Oold 494X per oent. premium. OiTernmeut Btooke " abler Uol ed States eties o' 11 t 10S, 7 3-10 Xreaanr; Mote aouted at 100MW lOG. New York Stock Market. [TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] NEW YORK, June 6. Stocks lower. ClereUud. OolnmHo.tOIuclnneU l!0t Chloaeo, Barllngtoa ' d Qatney 73); alllwaaket and raraiit aa uruin vi ; u eveiaca ana fituburn H7; Toledo and W.bi.h Sesond Bonds SI: Chicago and Book It lard 04X: Cleveland and Toledo 4S3fl Illlnolt Cm trai eorlp 3; Hlcbiaan Jooihrn enot'd, 57; Uiehl gen elaee SSXi N. lurk Oentrel SIX; B!3rl; Brit preferred 00 ; Badton 4flX ; Harltu I4HI Mlch'gan t eotrai MMi Paclhc Mall llo : United eiaiee eixeeof '81 ret etcred. Win; Unued Satea .line of fl eonpont KB; Ttoneeeee dxee 9M; Ui.eoorl tlaei51X; Illlnolt Ct' trl reglaterad bnndt 85; Illleott war loan U(I Mlchiian Bomb n S8K : Xoledo ad Waoa.h. Sd boi-o. SSX ; UdUna Plvet 75 ;arlem preferred 53 X (Oregon war loan itu. rut bumh. rort Wayne a. a thtoego i.t bonds 90: ktloniean 7't war loan 103 X; Calrornla7. B5X: Indiana S'e war loan SOXe; Mlonlgtn ""Utbern Sd bonds Bl; Oaitoatnj Cbloairorl; Pan.ma I3m Obwa o a d No thwe.tern aeeelia oosdt 45: Toledo and We bath Sd mertstg 01. Cincinnati Market. CINCINNATI, June 3. PLOTJB A dull market and very little dolnr: ISO brls fancy told at Bl S04 SS. 'nuerfln and txuanot wanted, and prim oi tucn nommai. WHI-KT-1700 brie told at SKSSlJtO. tb Utter rat for wagon Tb demand wat mat mor freely, and tb market oloeed rather heavy. PBOVioIOHe W did aot bear of a sat, and most quote price nominal. sspb rutin. eio was onerea lor eou nns eity paoa. ed. There le no pressure to tell worthy ot nots, holders being generally firm. OaO iBBIBi Th market hu not hjigtd lb Job btng demand Is fair at our last quotations. 010 8i brls lineeed sold at bo. WHB T The merket rule auadywlthafalr demand at 83633 for prim red. and D03B3i for prime Indiana white. Th ealee raporttd were 500 buih prim red at 80o delivered; 300 bush do Indiana wntt at We: BSO bu-h good red atHlo; l'.OO bnah prime da at 83o, SOO boah du do at boo delivered) 400 both prime Seotucky white t Si 00 and 1 800 bath do do at B 1 00 delivered, COaN A ooni'nBud dull merket and prioee are lw r. eloslng a. 3ii33o. Balea of SCO bmh ear at S3o 1400 nnen etwlled at 31. am 40. boeb ear at St Mo. OAT8 Tb market le unchanged and steady. W auoi them at 35o la balk. BY B Xhe receipt ware large to-day. and tbs market la vaeiar, oioeing ai vimtjja ror prime ammplee oa arri val, ealee or 0(0 rath at S4t and SOO boah at SS. BABLBi Th market ie Heady and th demand fair at 65a70o lor prima eprlng and fall. HAY Prim timethy In loos and Ught-prsarsd balls If In fair demand at 1018 mr ton on arrival, and not muen vnrenng. Tne recwlpt ar liberal, but generally or ao mrorior quality. OHEBSX W hav no ehaaze Io renort In the market; th deaand 1 blr at SiaVeke; tb latter for Hamburg. BOTrfiO Th market ramalna dull, hot Driest ara notquotably lower. Small sates ef prim aad cholo CntnlOaioatT0. No WetUrn Beeer-e ln the mar ket. Oaeete. Cleveland Market. CLEVELAND, June 6. fLOTTB Th market vtrtsrday was dull and anohan gsd. with only a lew email salee at pravtoue quotations. WHB T The market (till eontinae dull and heavy, tab of 30(10 bath (re oa beaid at 9to CO ft a Ho eale reported. Dull. OarS-rirmattSe. H 1 0 U W 1 N B rale of SO brll at 91e. BQ9S -teady at 7ijS7l4. lattO-Qmetal 77Xo. Cnts. AM sos, Bnp't. P. Asooi, Trees. 44 u ir R tt e 0 A A7 IJ U ) PORTABLE ANT) STATIONARY STEAM ENGINES, Castings, Shaftings, Pulleys, BOILERS, MILL GEARING & MACHINERY ENGINE PUMP8, TRIP HAMMERS, " Improved Circular & Mulay SAW MILLS. At.se, BVBBT BISOBIPTIOB or.. RETORTS, PIPES AND CASTINGS, POB COAT. OU. ABB BAS WOBEX T April tB lSSB ly ' Master Comciissioner'p Sale, BadoeTattp . Doe. B, pars 981. vs. Sapeilor Conrt of Obrhnlaa Qramllek st al ) rank! n Oonnt,, Ohio. IK Pt7ttBIANJE OP AN OKOEtt OF sais from tbs above named conrt, to m dtieetrd. Z alii offer for eale at sable auction at the door of the Court ttouao is to diy of Oolombua, on 8aiurday, the S8ih da ot June, A. D. 1869. at 1 oolook p. m.. tbe tollowtsx desnrtbed real estate. tttuate la th oooity of Praoklla, and Stat qf Ohio, to wit: On and a half acres oflind, being th wtit half ef th laat half of tlx sore lot m half Section ST. Townahln , Hango reinave lanoi . appraised, at f WW. r . BTJTPHAW, Sheriff, ana tUstar Oommlatlonsr. H. 0. Koeis, Attnrrwy. Prinier'e feee B4 SO. maj83-dltatd Spring Gooda 33 XL 1 1ST tto O OW, ; No 29 ' Bouth High Street,; !; PPIIBB, Silt. Woeaabtqn, Shepherd'. Obsess. Poll 4 Cavree,arla"tiee. PelaitaesaadOhaUtr. Preneh and Bogiiak Chinrae. , . . , . Wnall.h and AnaHmn Halloa ' " ' Jloarnlng atlas nd Oram tJoodtV " ' ' Beavy Oercad Bless Mantilla aad laeqae Blltl. , u,.k t hm aiui, it.iuh an . TBKI iOW rWOBI. ssaiPl Do you want Whiskera? Do yon want a Mouttacbo ? if , parobae one bottle of IS. CHAMP IOB'I EXCEtetoa mvicoaATOsi The world renowned Toilet tb only artltl ef tha kis aver offered the neon la of th United Bute. The above artlol I th only ooe wed by tbe Prenob: la London asd Pari it I In salvtraei ate. IEB BZOCUIOB Whisker Invigorator ! ! I a Baautlfol. Boonomleal. loothln. vet SUmnlatlne Oompoand, acting a It by magi apon th room, eaot- ing a oeantirai growtn ot laxartant beard. IT applied w miv ecaip, it win cure jqiaiaeee. ana u aoDuea as cording to dirtetlont, It will tea to spring Bp In bald ejaju a nne grow in or rHcas, ton baui. r ' ' TBI OILIBBATBD Excelsior Invigorator I Is an tndltpnmbl a Uele ui trerv Oentleman'a Toilet. ana arier on week ntt tney wouia not, lor any consid eration, rj witnout u in aeov artioie will, ta iron ti er to debt weeks, brine oat a thick eat of Waaru. aa mentTAca. Tb tnbscrtbtrs sre tbe only Agent for tb above r- tioie in ut united State. Thtv would aim annonnna to tha nubile that Hie aa A genu for SAPOLEOr 0 HAta TOILET! Tbe only article ever offered to tha French oeonla tha wonld Coat, brauoerr Hatal th above toilet being mannfaotared for tb ol benefit of Lonls Hapoltoal wkiob artlol is now indispensable to hi toilet room. Th taheortbers, feeling oonfident that tble Toilet moat neoeteaiily take ths plane of all others ever offend to the public, take pleasure la (xpreeoing their confidence in ta article, gaining It Irom prastloal as. Iho Napoleon Hair Toilet Will Curl STiAiam Sara In Boft. fillkan. wirai. Curie, that will remain in shape for on day or one week, If desired, or aay longer period. If the directions are etrtetly followed, whloh are very simple and easy. Tbe Jair Tollrtdvee not In any manner Interfere with the Jftuural fiqlfieee of te Bair. It neither eanrohee nor oyee Itt bat sivee the hair a eoft. thrl'ty appear anc. It also p reran t tb hair from uMna It and turning gray. The Napoleon Hair Toilet Hat been befere th pablle but a ort tuna, anil haa al. ready been tatted by over one thoaaand persoeje' aad they leant that ths Napoleoo HalrTollet la tha araataat baaatifler ever offered to the American people. To prevent Una Toilet from belnc eonnurfaiiaal or lm. Itated by anprlnolpled pertons. we do aot offer it for sale at any DraggUt'a in tbs nited Statta. Therefore anyUdy or Gentleman who deelne Soft, Lannant Hair m uuiw, wju aivna, doi. armaavre or monetaon, eaa proonre th Invigorator or Tol ot, either ana. fnv ana dollar, InoloHd in a letter, with tbelr add rets. Address 0. P. BrBNv St CO., Box 183, Ootllnrrtlls, Hartford Oa. . Oat. n And tt will be esrsfully sent by return mall. leoxvMiiwswiy SCHUELLER'S B'MEDICAL DEPOT.h r In Sell Eouo BoUdlog, Next Door North of the Postoffise, Qtb wow open roa paiMflu Pi X Plyaiclac,' PrttortptiuBS, aod for th retail fjl trade In DR0G8, MEDICINES, H CHEMICALS, J PaTBMT medicines, H r xj rtrtruMbity, D. Ton.ET t FaWOT ABIICU8,,, , CHOICE CANDIES, W H CIGARS, H n rijiiE wines, n j . Both Dimsatifi avtitl Tmrjortsttl. w fine old brndiE9, ii Por Medicinal Parpos -J fQ SfletiDXB BRACKS. (L , BTATjOJTBRT, Beside s great variety of other article, all b. (Tl w lOBllne 10 th Drnartrlata' trada. a OUR 80DA WATER, A Drawn from a most splendid sllvsr-plattd vu, LJ rM is of tbs noreet aoalltv. alwava cool an.i aim. m H ant to drink. Tbssyropisr made of ripe fialt In their teaeoa, by oaneivee with great ear fH - Our Cream Syrnpe, made of freeh eweet cream H W everv morning, are unaurpuaed, and we woald cl -e retpeoaull ceil the attention of th Ledlee te LJ thtia. u 1m. bwu MgiHuci ui viaaa. OS XVUAVW L permiu oe to Invite the gentlemen to oar staad. Physicians' Prescription and family Btolpee J I oarefully prepared by experlenosd paraona, 'rom w ours materials, at all hoara of ,h h. ni.h, U BThe medlolne sold by a. will be of 'he bettLJ quality, and price reasonable, and we hop to Oai. ,u, n Mmaiaouou an ail WBO OavOM 10 taVOr 1 as with their patron ace. ; fJJ may s-dam 7" Sheriff's Sale. Jeremiah Sf. Weies, en'rl of Oeorge Welts, deo'd IPalrfleld Common Pleat, . . . , 1 uraer 01 ai ta partitlua. Oatharin Weiss staL J BY VIUTCE OF A If OBDEB OF SALE to me directed from th Court of C on mn Plaa nf said eoanty, Ohio, In tb above ease, I win offer aad ex poo to sai oy puoue vendue and outcry, at th door of th Court Hens ln the oity o( Lanoastar la said oouoty, oa Monday, the 9th day of June, A. D. 1803, between tbe hour of 10 o'olook a m and 4 o'oloakp. m. of said day, the following deeortbod land, and tene ment,, eituate In the eity of Oolombua, la Preuklln eounty. Ohio, to wit: Lot Ho. 8 in Chapman's addition to said city. Ad pralaed at BSO. ' Terms 01 salei One-third cash In hand, on-th!rd b on year, and tb remaining one third in two years. wiui isiereai on aetorrau r-aymc u rrom the day or eel. jambs miller. - Sheriff of Palrfleld county, Ohio. Hunter At Daurherty, Attorney. Printer' feee S4 SO. BtayMltAwtd Legal Notice. Louisa Lucia (Court of Common Pleas, Break. lis ooanty, Vhio, William B. Cooper, THH DEFRIVDAraT, tVILLtsVlvl E. COOPBB of tbeSiaeof Penmvlvanta. will take nottoe, tbat Louisa Lueae, f (aid Sta'eof Pennsylvania, did. 00 th 4th day o( nay, A. D. ISoS, file her petition ta tne uoart 01 ' ommon riea wiintn ana ror the euua ty of I lanklln. State of Obio. atatnat him th aal William B. Cooper. Baking ladameol sgainit him la aid Oonrt, lor th sum of S 10. 8. UO. wlih Interest from the 14th day of January, A 1 IMS, aad S eoaU of tait- the said pialnUfl a Claim beins r.nodod anon a Judamct daly landered by the Sapreme Oowt of Fens- sivanta,in ana ror to aeatern uietiiet, at Philadel phia, ea th I4ih dae f Jaaaary, a. B. Wei, for the aid cam ot $10 lio.CO. al, that tb said plain tut did. at the ,aa tin., attach aod garnlahee ceriai money belonging to eaid defendant now ta th hands of Pranela Ooilloa, Baq , rtaldent of cald ooonty ef rranaiin. towiu tn nucarao ana lixty two dollars, Whloh said plaintiff will trek by law 1 annronrlata la part sttittaotioa of said judgment! and tbat ,ald d fend ant I required to appear ttl anawer eaid eerltlon. on or befo.e th third Bsturday attar th foarta day ef .HV, a. ar. a4. . ' MTJI8A LTJ0A4. kTAami st Bst, AtCys. . maylOHrow I Sheriff's Sale, Brssklnrldgt Wilson vs. BUT. Jennings ate! f ranklis Oomaoa Pies. T)T VIHTTJB OF A WHIT OF Fl FA X) to ma directed from th Oonrt of Coamoa Pleaa of Prank Itn eoanty, 0., I will offer lor eale tt th door of the Court Boats, tn tne city ei goismbas, on en Bsturday, tbe 34th dsj of May, A. D. 185ft, St ea o'clock P. M., tbe following deeorlned real aatatt Utaaetia rraaiun eounty. unto, ana In Norwich town ship, te wit, and bounded a d deeorlbed ss follows: Commenoins at A. Bell' 8 W. omrof th land Whtsh be parenaaMl of Bury Dtldtnet theno B. with aid -elU'. line lS SB-100 p ilea t Sell, 'a S B. oorner, lu D. 0. Latilme-. line, SB pole to Lattlmoi' C. W. nmer. W on MeOallioasd Landaker'a land. B. 81 daa 40 ale. W. 197 poles te etomi thenoe N. on th line er t4UMaar ana rry x pale ana ni list, te ths begin Sloe, being a part of earvey Mo. SuOS and S4S3. oonvav ed by Joeeph Calbertaoa aod wife to Uearj fJildh.. aad it oa reeoraio the Franiuo eounty records, oostatnlog VJa ewe, VI ann ... pole. - Appraised at 00 per tore SSOKQB W. HtTPP A. ' - - -Sheriff f-Praoklla eosaiy, Ob " Prlnrer. feee 4 (0. sprll SB-dlukwtd : ' -; a CniBTI9 . f tANlvEIr FtAIK k'- aVLOr.BOir. . :. r- .'.'.(., i 4 , Tfeie Bstffie Osuiet Tha vatv $ BeBBatt A vTaraf ySxspmisjtty' " atralawt Baa Tewtst, pja PTah Afiawoaea uaanst TetBtactiev ache, aatl flearalBlSe 90 ABmUBT a dr. we b. zxiTxaya DENTAL TIUaASUEYj, oonuri srr op itmn pob j;. PRESERVING THE TEETH, ' PDBIFYIXG THE BREATH & EDCTfl, SMO ODSIUa T00TH1CSE 4HITJB1LQL. OONTJjTDJTOs - Dr. Ilnrd's Celebrated MOfJTIT WAdu .... bottle. ."-r."-TT" .. Dr. Hurd'a Uneauallsd TOOTff POBTTlEtt . on box. . . , . ' Dr. Hurd's Mario TOOTHACHR nffriM onsbottle. TF?R. 1Had', UnriTtlled NEORALOU 'fUJU ; Dr. Btrd't MAKT7A L m Um nt v aw. . rV Tw inch, DirmMone ftLrZ. irauemetw ef tatiarvn's 2wsVt. ' TL03S8ILI for Oeming betitemiht JWi. " T007apjca.ele.ele. , BrooUyMa' t) 71 t4,u ' Priot 055 DOLLAB; or, IIX for $5. J&a"a?4?? tte .. -1g r- "vuw ut bit. Btflll laj tBsn no a,miwa.a Th fowi8f amolse w ao send ewpatatt malLvlai ' " -I 0( V TUTreatlseamPreaerrisiB'ttaai-aatK" ern.po.t pa.d.o, reeeip, Twe'lVc" "f rtaWeoraisjlaPiast.,,,, Pane, Norroas Headache, a A aa.aah. .1 7? o receipt of BlghOMa CtDte. or elTitaap rr'mat' .-'.'.; "sasla P.asj. ter (large alee), for Pain U, th. Ot z Addrets, WM. Be HURO ft CO., Tribune Baildings, New York. tteyoaa probably b.obulnw! at yvsrOrt, eParWlS TBBA8CBT, Price, Ok Douaa, whloh oooln tbeai. NOW, Are Dr. Hurd's Preparations Goodt Th beat evldmna that (ha. . .v.. . . friend. d b.T.tr.- who vT.'SZ 'yp?.-. ." W1UJ HeasLaa smtosTt DeS a'. re " torVsSS eminent Dentfcl Aaeoctatioa, ar.d thee preparaiiwn hav bMeMiia Brooaly, m' WlliiaA.'rgh TbWLLZ while eminent Dotut,o? Vo ZZoi SZ adverUelog, dealer, hav sold ihen by th graoeV The kdltor of the Brooklyn Sally Ttme areWV. . happy to know that onVf rl tT.X ream i?th Th """ of ale eoeoeat reeoj with tut fact TaaT snt ASTicaai aaa raaraau wsut twst aas amaaairrra To aa. aa wi iu raoB Taaa torn eta." wt cajt TWenrv Thwa.knawf.p ir ,. .. . . Dai pnvBii Drsurnna. ror ae r .... .... loora rowDBB good "Z7i7JLTii ellep. W, flod it Uj tt Pow5ir fcT U iTrttfjl w. v.r need. I riull fe.1 obliged tfV wtlleodm another supply at tb. Muses, at tneZZZLZFwll mar r toei." B"'1 charcoal, and po, wuJJtfiS What will Dr. Hurd's Esmedies Moot? Jfr'P'W'eVaVTB WASH sad TOOTH POWDBB will give to young ladle, that tamokaVa S waaa-i teeet breath and naari. 7 . !'.mmn Da. Ho.o's aoath Weh ed Wh pTwde, wHl tb moaih from all foal exliuSn., sSTtf aeed in tb morning. wUl ouka tli. br . r.TV!: " " "I th day begin mor y tcaaanUv. uTad. ofZ, W-f. .tlenS?. giving firmneu le., bar been eared by Dr. Hard' aetrlnseat waS Dr. Htntn'iMOrjTH WASH sad TOOTH POWSBB ftv. aaaddlUoBai.h.,,,. to eouruI d Jau? bend more aitnaahia a. .k.i. . Blu boa-nds. iWuld he'TyTrTr W ARTIFICIAL. TCCTH. wnlob are lkble te Impart a lalat to tbttaoaU. Da. Hobs' TOOTBi mr n.r.a truing from pW nerved am afr prnu can hare In the hoaaTto ihJtriJfII; and thame. Zl PaSJoas and UarMaanl , ., glrt your teeth. y0r a triilM mZTl.JjZ l,rrTI"T,- uiau wblcb Bothaobild sr aetev sea ret "hlna batter. Bsmember that DrsPSPaTT tma&f aCMrflOB OP TUB fcCBaTiii; Sub?-el2a Pitch's observations ea tats Nt,oe7 taL m day ta mr own bxtb, vs yeoriu!.. Neuralgia Plasters. tb sr& iSspssr" ever preecrtbed for this Bslnlnl dlseaaTTmstBiavt apuliea one, aooa baorn. sJLrL,.. 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