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They say Chief Justice Chase will soon marry Miss Wlgjrln, of Cincinnati. '- It is said thatthe Free Masons in Indiana are about taking measures tor the relief of their brethren In South Carolina. ' Thk conductor on a street railroad In St. Louis was recently fined $25 for ejecting a colored passenger from h Is car. Now that New York has been thorough ly Seward, it is believed there will be a large drain from the Republicans to the Democrats on tho 7th of November. Ib White House Is much more pleasant to many persons since President Johnson moved into it. It is more open to the South. , , ". "" : i ' ; ;' Tit vor Tat. Not long ago the seces sionists Were selling Confederate scrip in London ; now, the Fenians are selling Irish crip-lri New-York. J ''''' J' ' ' Queer Countkufkit. A counterfeit fifty ceu( piece, with Washington wearing a beard for a vignette, is lu circulation. Washing ton wth a beard Is a novel Idea, y '.') .CLOsiNa Storcs. Attention Is directed to an advertisement of wholesale dealers in the, oltyr who have agreed from and after to-morrow (Nov. 1) to close their seven 1 places of business at 8 P. M, , v t, ,;' Ohio Poiiolooical Socibtt. The thir teenth annual meeting of this body will be held In Cincinnati, at the rooms of tb6 clanatl Ilorticultural Society, commencing on Monday, Dec, 6, at 10 A. M. ... ... . . ' ' ' ' Emigrants. C. II. Campen, Emigrant Agent, reports 363 emigrants as having passed through here last week, of whom 199 designed settlement In Missouri, 107 in Ohio, and the residue In Illinois and Ken tucky. " Snow-Storm at Chicago. The first Sttow-storm of the season occurred at Chi cago on Saturday morning. It lasted about two hours, and about an inch of snow fell. The weather was very cold and disagreea ble. - ' Large Transaction in Real Estate.-? Yesterday, Wui. G. Deshler, of this city, purchased of Francis Stewart, the property In the southern part of the city on which the State Fair was held, and known-as "Stewart's Grove" for Fifty Thousand Dollars cash, being about $300 to the acre. Winter Arrangement. We direct at tention, especially, of the traveling public ; to the notice, under "New Advertise ments," of the winter arrangements as to time on the Central Ohio railroad, as well as to the connections of that road with the Pennsylvania Central and the Baltimore and Ohio roads. The Magazines. Mr. R. Kennedy has ; Just received a supply of the popular month lies for November; such as Godey's Lady's Book, Harper's Monthly, Peterson's Ladies' National Magazine, etc., etc. For periodi cal literature, our readers should call at Kennedy's, next door south of the en- trance to the Postofflce. The new Opera House at Dayton Is to bo completed by the 25th of December, and. to be opened with a grand Social Festival. Its - dedication to the Drama and the Muses Is to follow Immediately afterward. Mr. Edwin Forrest Is announced to be present and assist In the dedication. It Is said he has agreed to play a short engagement In the new building, as he began his remarkable, his trionic career in Dayton. Hallowe'en. This being ''the 31st of October, this evening will be Hallowe'en. Of Its former observance among the lads and lasses o' Scotland, we gave a sketch In yesterday morning's paper. There are still left In some parts of this country, some rude relics of the old time Hallowe'en; but It has lost the enchantment that once In . Tested it. It may be counted as a thing of the past. , . , , : Thb.Athenkum The Atheneum from and after this evening, will be the scene of a variety of magical feat, tricks, devices and Wonders, more astonishing probably than any ever before exhibited in our city. Professor .Macallister, assisted by Madame Macalllater, will be the presiding genius in - the, strange, and wonderful rites and cere monies, and In the generous distribution of splendid gifts among the audience. Hit levee at the Atheneum to-morrow night will,doultle8s be a crowded one,,, a t .-. Drunk and Disorderly. In the Police Court, yesterday, morning, the. following persons were nnea lor drunkenness: Pat rick Sullivan, Thomas Williams, Thomas Kirk and Martin Hlckey, fined each $3 and costs, and committed, and Michael Se'rldert and George Highland, each f S and costs pald. r. ; The following we're fined for drunkenness apd disorderly copducfc, Charles Monroe; fined 95 and costs-pald, and John Hemp nHi.&tepben Terry and Patrick' McManusj ejactrlS and costs, and committed.'.," '.v' . .' ; Opera Housb.--MIss Lotto's reappeais rice drew a crowded bouee last night, not. withstanding the very unpleasant weather. The fisBetebly was one of the largest, s It was one ' of ithe mosc delighted,, we have seefV at the Opera House lot some time; Kiss Lotta is the same sprightly, fascinating and accomplished artist we found her, to be on her former visit. She enters Into every oharacter she assumes, with such life and spirit, and her powers of Imitation are so great and varied, that she holds an audi-' e'nee as It were spell-bound while she treads the ..boards.. Her Influence exterds, not only over the audience, but over the other actors,! and all play or seem to play better when Miss Lotta Is engaged In the same pieces with them. , . '. i'Therimaof the, Female Detective and the larce of Family Jars were finely ren dered last night, and kept the audience wide awake with laughter and applause. M,ls4 Lotta ' was well sustained fy i Miss Jpsephlne Tyson, Messrs. Howard, Hall, Gross, Kent, Davles, Allen and others. , aVnlghl Miss Lotta appears In three dif ferent plays, with songs and dances, and her celebrated banjo solo.' tine will repre sea't Katharine' Kloper, in the Pas de Fas. clnatlon; Henry Halcyon in the Middy Ashore, and Nan, the Good tot Nothing in' the farce of that namo. ' ' " ? ' ; i,1', Another crowded house may be expeoted to-nlgbt.,' The prudent will secure seats In pood season. .ji-W- .': ',: v-, .. ,'r.l.i Vti li'pnl Council Proceedings. The City Council met last evening Pres ident Douty in thochair Eleven members answered totbclr names at roll-call. " The following petitions were presented : " By Mr.' Ross Remonstrance from J. P. Bruck and others against the construction of a sewer on friend street between Soloto and Canal streets. Referred to the Seventh Ward committee By Mr. Naghten Petition from Cor Delius Sullivan and others for excavating and grading the roadway and sldew&lks on Grove street from the old Harbor road to Howard street. , Referred , to the Ninth Ward committee. ...... By Mr. Gibbons Petition from James Cunimlngs for . compensation for. damages done by water during the last ten days to his . house and workshop on North Public lane. Referred to tho Eighth Ward com mittee. ; ) ' ".' ' ' : The, following ordinances were Intro-! duced and read the first time: ,, m . By Mr. Stauring Making additional ap propriations for the figcal year i8G5-5. ! " By Mr. Rclnhard To grade South Public! lane, from Point Isabel (so called) between' Front street and Bank alley west to Water street; arid to gravel the roadway of the :same. '. . .... 1 -The following . resolutions were offered' aud adopted ' " ,;" ; ' By Mr. Retnhard For a plat and estlmaie, for grading South Public lane and graveling the roadway thereof from Point Isabel west to Water street.1. : By Mr. Miller Authorizing a contract with Teter Murphy and John McCabe for grading with screened gravel High street from North Public lane to Mound street. i By Mr. Naghten Authorizing a contract with John Murphy for grading and paving the sidewalks on the south side of North Public lane from Fourth to Seventh street, i By Mr. Ross Authorizing a contract with ,John Moerch & Co. for grading the roadway of Rich street from Hlti to Water street. . , By Mr. Naghten, select committee For a plat and estimate for grading and exca vating the sidewalks and roadway of Grove street between the Harbor road aud How ard street. "' ., .". By Mr. Naghten For plat and estimate for graveling the roadway of Latham street between North Public lane and John street By Mr.'Gaver-'-For plat and estimate fbr grading and paving the sidewalks on the east sido of Fair alley from Cherry to Rich street. . .: . i ' . The ordinance to grade and pave Fourth alley from Fair alley to Front street, was read the third time and paesed. Adjourned. .i . 1 1 t . i. . . . Horrible Murder. On the night of Tuesday, Oct. 24, Mr. John Rhodenbaugh, an' old and highly respectable citizen of Portage county, was murdered In the vicin ity of the crossing of the Cleveland & Pitts burg and Atlantic & Great Western rail roads, about three miles from Ravenna. The following account of the horrible af fair we copy from an exchange: ' .A ., The deceased, it appears, had been to Kent on som business, and while return ing home in his wagon, was assassinated. While in the village he had exhibited a con siderable amount of money to two men, named Joel Berry and Jacob Cooper. These parties have been arrested on suspicion of having perpetrated the crime, and confined' in the Ravenna jail to await an examina tion. The circumstantial evidence points strongly to them, as. an examination of i their clothes revealed spots of blood. They had also hired a horse and buggy from a livery Btablo In Kent, on tho night of the murder, and started in the same direction which the deceased had taken a short time previously, and It is stated that the horse was seen bitched In the vicinity where the murder was committed. The tracks of the animal and of the buggy are peculiar, and have been carefully examined, and It is' said that the tracks of a horse and buggy, driven up where the murder was committed, 'stoppedi and then wheeled round, corres-i ponding precisely with those of the outfit hired by these men in Kent. The parties were arrested in this vehicle. The wagon and the faithful horse of Mr. Rhodenbaugh were found standing by the corpse, but a few moments, apparently, af ter the murder had been committed. Near the spot was found a large green white oak club, with which the ""deed bad evidently been accomplished.' It was freshly cut with a jack knife, and the limbs had been rough ly trimmed .pff. It was about four feet long, and two Inches thick at the butt Smeared with blood at both ends, It was a frightful looking bludgeon. ' The back part of the head of the deceased was completely crushed In By the blow, the bone being in the shape of a borse-hoe,'and,- the skull broken through underXhescalp. The body was found lying on its back, and m large pool of blood had formed under the head. rhe-deoeased aa about fifty-six years of age, and leaves a large family to mourn his sudden and terrible death. ' The two men, Berry and Cooper men tioned above, have, been examined before, a' Magistrate, and committed to 'jail', to await their trial at the. February term of the. Portage Common Pleas, r It is stated that one of them,' Berry, voluntarily -con fessed his participation in the murder. LtHATEa' OP THE CODNTT JilL. TheM are at present thirty-two prisoners in the jail of this county,' awaiting the action of the Court of Common Pleas In their respect ive oasetvi :Of the number, five are females, twenty-seven: 'are males,' and two" are ne groes. The following is a list of their names and of the crimes with which they severally stand charged r - : purglatYrUMn Goldsboro, Wm. Bolton,, Mary Lang, Julian Roston, Pbineas1 Blck ford, Christian Ortnian. . ' . . ; i&o&fterp-Susan A. Bradley, John Brooks. Charles Smith, Wm, West, Thomas Taylor,1 n m. vaswiow, ueorge UMMey, uavia Wit- man. jor-SMKnWhjlatn Younker, James Afadlson Dern, James O'Donnell.' .., -i. Petit ' larceny Jacob Deal, Ann' Dorh, ThomaiWodds. ' ' ' Grand larceny Mitchell Buckley, David Caldwell,-Charles Harris (colored), James- Mullen, John Slater, John Commons (cow ored). y ... . AtsauUwith Intent to Commit Rape Homer Sbunfi 'i ': 'tlt,.Ul .U .'If. Hhooting with Intent to Kill Charles Dal- ley; xo r-Z.:: : X .V v T. . Anault with Intent to Kill William Kelly. Astault and Battery William Morrison. Jr'ntvMfttiTamAA PjirtArfinn- t , ! Hvatifhnf th n i ndantAn ' ' There are 714 lady clerks in the Treasury Department at Washington. , UADDICDIIDP Rill I t .. . I unnnioounu iviillo, 7, hr ilAVE BOUGHT THE ABOVE MlttS X and put thorn in xood repair, Aad fan warnnt food work on Idoft notioe. ilour, t!ornmel, bra and iShojrtt opnitanUj b baud nd fur uls. pm wr SMP4 v t voiamco pneei. i ootlt-dlis , ,- ij ; i .1 .lUrrijburg, Ohio. CITY ITEMS. 4 Boarding;. Persons wishing board In a private fam ily, where there are no other boarders, can find a pleasant place at No. 41 East Long street. Also, a few table boarders. . . Oct30-d2w V ' Edward Laul, Manufacturer and Dealer in Hats, Caps, and Furs. Fursrcpaired. No.20astTown street. octl4-3m Thk Capital City Bubinbss College for Book-Keeping, Penmanship, Telegraphy, and Phonography. , Young men should go to first-class Colleges in cities where busi ness is done, and there will be some chance (or obtaining situations, ,By addressing Bush & Marshall, Columbus, 0., a letter containing particulars, with specimens of writing; will be sent free'. ' ' ' 6ctll-3tn THE TV It'' TRADE We shall open 'on 'Mondayf'Oct. lGth, for the Wholesale and Retail trade (at tlie old stand, 144 Main St.), ' the best assorted stock of For Good of 't every description for Ladies'', Gentlemen's, ' Misses' and Cltildren'a wear, that have ever been offered 4n this city. If bvyers will come aid look dt our goods, they shall be satisfied, that ,we have the stock to select . from. ,..;,.)..' ; ; i "Wrh. odd Co., ' ' ; 'i , ;. Hatters anb Furriers, , ' . Cincinnati.'; ,, "1 feel ' :''. Of thii'dull ilcknru at m; heart afraid." But in cases of CATARRH, a single bot tle of Dr. D. H. Seelye's LIQUID CA TARRH REMEDY will ALWAYS effect a permanent cure, thus preventing Bron chitis or Consumption. ' .. -'-'.. '; " Ciimt rAo twtfninUUr to a mind Uattd, And, vtlh torn ticett, MMout antldo't, Vltatut tlsovl hotom of the ptrUovi ttu f t That iceigiUMpon tht heart!" ' Certainly; Plantation Bitters will dolt when nothing else will. Melancholy, Depression, Hypo chondria, Inranitj, ill spring, more or less, from diieaied itomach, and thia Plantation Bitters ii a aura cure for. There if no mistake about it; Drpepsia, Headache, Dullneaa, Anae, and Low Spirit! must yield to the health-siring and gonial influence of tht Plantation B.ttbbs. If you are in doubt, make one trial and be convinced. ocUUldiwlw.' Sandusky, Mansfield & Newark R. ' Trains Leave and Arrive at Newark s I.IAVB. ARRITC. I.. 0:00 A.M. II flu P. M. ... 6: A. M." 700 P, M. Express ,. Accommodation .. Mail 1:30 IiKn. tun r. M. A. "IV. DENNIS, Agent. SPECIAL NOTICES. FOB MORE THAN TWENTY TEARS MA THEWS' VENETIAN HAIR DYE has stood the test of trial, and is constantly increasing in public favor. THE VENETIAN HAIR DYE is the beet and cheapest made. Its price is only 75 cents, and each bottle contains double the quantity of dye in those usually sold for SI. ' TUId HAIR DYE is manufactured by a peouliar process, which renders it infinitely superior to any dyo in market. Being oomplete in one bottle, no preparation ii required, whioh greatly simplifies th application. IN USING THIS DYE you avoid that rusty bead appearanoe by whioh dyed hair and whisker are so readily recognised, when an inferior article has been used, as it produces a perfectly natural col or of any shade that is desired, from a rioh biuw to a jetty, lustrous blaok, tftat will not smut, orock or stain the olothing. Invest 75 cents and you will be convinced. Sold by all Druggists and Fanoy Goods Dealers. - . - , A.' I. MATHEW8. Manufacturer. ! DEMAS BARNES 4 CO., New York, Wholesale Agents. maylO-deodly i fjU 2;.,----r. .: .. '.'.r ACTA de MAGNOLIA. I A toilet delight I The ladies' treasure and gentle men's boon! The "sweetest thing" and largest quantity. Manufactured from the rich Southern Magnolia. Used for bathing the face and person, to render the skin soft and frosb, to prevent eruptions trfperfume olothinn.Ae. v ' ' t It overcome the unpleasant odor of perspiration. It removes redness, tan, blotches, Ac. ! It oures nervous headache and allays inflammation. ' lleoola; softens and adds delicacy to the skin. ! It yields a subdued and lasting perfume, ' ! Itoures musqueto bites andstings of insects, It contains no material injurrbn to the skin. t ; Patronized by Actresses and Opera Singers. It is what every lady should have. Sold everywhere. Trj the Magnolia Water once and you will use no other Cologne, Perfumery, or Toilet Water after Wards. I ... , M , . DEUAS BARNES & CO, . "' S frofs. Exclusive Agents, H..Y : ; - r ' 1 't ,-. II AO AN 9 ITIAGNOLIA DALltl. This is the most delightful and extraordinary artiole ever discovered Itehangesthe sun-burnt face and hands to a pearly satin texture of ravishing beauty, imparling the marble parity of youth, and the dU Hngve appearthee so inviting in the oity belle Of fashion.. It removes tan, freckles, pimples and .rontfhBBM from the skio, leaving the oomplexloa Iresh, transparent and snootb. It contains no ma terial injurious to the skin. Patronised by Aotrear ee and Opera Singers. It is what every lady should have.. Sold every where. Retail price, SO eta.; ' '( i prepared by W, K. Haoan, Troy, N. Y. : .'V ' Address all orders to ::..,.. DEMAS BARNES A CO., New York. r. oo-dwly .VVt RemoTed tVont hla Old Ofllcc DR. A. B. WILLIAMSWeSt Broadway, neat High street, Columbus, Ohio, .has . devoted himsei foraserieeof years to the tree ment of certain pri vate diseases.. . He may beoonsultedat his of&ce Broadway, near the Exchange Bank. ; mohSS'SS v A i ., . u . . THE CONFESSIONS) AND EXPEKI. ' enoe of an Invalid. Published for the benefit, and as a CAUTION TO YOUNU MEN and others, ohn .iiffr from Nervous DebilitT. Premature , De cay of Manhood, Ac., lupplying'at the same time Tbi MAN8or ciKLF-CiiBK. - By one who has cur ed himself after undergoing considerable quackert. By inclosing a postpaid addressed envelope, single copies may be had of the author, copies ma, 1(ATUA,,IElj MAYFAIR. Esq.. I augSfl-dStn . Brooklyn, Kings Co., N.Y. ; ' . ' . ' 1 The Bridal Chamber, an Essay of Warn Ing and Instruction for Young Men. Also, new and reliable treatment for Diseases of the, Urinary aa Sexual Systems-Sent free, In sealed envelopes Addre r. J. 8KILLIN HOCUUTON, Howard Assoel :'., Philadelphia. Paw , - - apr 4'aa-Iy A TWO. ITOUT JUQIJBI.E BRICK House and double Cellar, Just finished, con taining s Rooms, situate on the Johnstown Koadl near Nell's Avenue. Will be sold cheap. For par tioalers, inquire of RICHAKI) NEV INS, or ' i mjra4.dU , J. MoNAUxi-v, Agsa Sandusky, Mansfield & Newark R. Telegraphic. Order Mustering Out the Veteran Reserve Corps. Yokk, 30. A special to the Tribune says : The following imporiant or der, relative to the mustering out of the Veteran Ueserve Corps, was issued on Sat urday. The order apparently contemplates the retention, either in the military or civil service, bfall who desire it, whose disabil ity entitles them to the favorable sonslder ation of tho Government : WAR DEPARTMENT, ADJ'T GEN'S OFFICE. WASHINGTON,Oct. 26, 1865. General Prd.ei;,o. lo. j, , , r , In view, of the iieavy.l numeroiis .and pressing applications for discharge by mem bers of the Veteran Reserve Corps,. depart nitilt comrtiandcrs will cati'se'all organiza tions of that corps within the geographi cal limits of their command, to uo paraded before a General or General staff olllcer, as soon alter the receipt of this order as practicable.- -Any General or Gen&aT staff bf& liceron duty within the hmlta bf the'dis I trict, whose services can bfl spared,' may be ' detailed for that purpose. The oflluers will question each olllcer and enlisted man so paraded as to whether ho wishes to be dis charged or to remain In service, and will rmikt opt separate, listapl those .wiip.wisb a discharge and of those who wjaJi'tp t& main in service.' Each list will then be read before the officers and men, who will have an opportunity to correct it, so that it will be a trne expression of their wishes on the subject. The officers .will... visit , all . those) :who . may : be absent from the parade, and in a similar manner obtain their wishes and enter thejr name olt'tlio rolls. The rolls of ollioers and men who wish to be discharged will then be turned over to the mustering olllcer lor muster, who will at once muster out oi ser vice those whose names are on the rolls, lie will obtain from regimental olllcers the necessary data, land complete the rolls of those who dfcRl re" to remain in the" service, so as to exhibit their rank and degree of disability. These rolls, when completed, will be forwarded to the A. A. G. Names of olllcers .and men belonging to distant companies or regiments will not be borne on the same rolls in any of the above cases. The rolls of those who 'wish to remain In the service, as well as those who wish for discharge, will be made on the prescribed blanks fbr muster and descriptive rolls, and will contain full iiifor'maddi .according to the forrrt of the blank.' ' ' "' Department commanders will see that this order is executed with promptness. By order of the Secretary of War. . . , , E. D. TOWNSEND, E. D. TOWNSEND, A. A. G. The Rebellion in Cape Haytien. New York, Oct. 30. The St. Thomas correspondence of the Herald, under date of Oct. Instates that the United States gun boat Kansas, Lieut.CommanderC.il. Wells,1 arrived there on the 5th Inst, from Cape Ilaytien. The Kansas left Philadelphia on the 5th of August, and arrived at the cape on the 14th, remaining there until the 2d Inst in consequence of matters connected with the revolution, which has since ter minated, with an understanding that the town shall be given up to the President. This arrangement , was brought about through the action r taken by the United States consul, who was at one time in some danger, through the savagery of the insur gents under Sulnave, who held the town. Capt. Wells wrote to the consul to acquaint those, who considered themselves-the au- thorities, that he would resort to extreme measures should any insult be offered to the American flag, through the person of the' consul or otherwise, lie also notified him that he would hold' the said authorities to accout if they continued to take away soft coal belonging to the United States Govern ment. The Captain of the British gunboat Faron co-operated with Captain Wells in this matter. The town of Cape Ilaytien was never at any time held by more than five hundred insurgents, and the Insurrection was con fined within Its limits. Capt. Wells thinks that two hundred of his own men could have taken It any time.. In fact the attempt at revolution is regarded as a very con temptible affair. Solvane is said to be the man who shot at and wounded Geftrard's Minister of State, for which crime he had to abscond beyond the seas. Hence his hatred of the Ilaytien Government,- i,u .. ... r,i-i : . When the Kansas left Cape Ilaytien the United States steamer De Soto, Capt. Walk er, and her Brittanic Majesty's Btcamcr Bull Dog were in port. " : The Freedmen in Georgia. New York, Oct. 30. The Tribune's Washington special says:: Chaplain French, who has recently traveled extensively In the interior of Georgia, addressing nearly fifty thousand freedmen and many thousand f lanters as to their relative duties, 1b here. Ie reports great destitution among many thousand freedmen,- and especially among those sent into tho State by foroe and abandoned by their former, owners on the surrender or tho rebel army. , Many citi zens' are glad slavery Is done away with. The excess of freedmen above the ability, of the planters" to employ or support,' Is causing jrreat embarrassment and threatens' serious trouble, unless relieved1 In sonle form. It is recommended that the furnish ing of homesteads on the public lands of Florida might relieve' many thousand. Several men high in authority here are un derstood to favor this plan, i The freedmen generally plead for schools; . Chaplain French has been tecommissloned by order of the President, at the joint re quest of Generals Steadman, Sax ton and Gilmorc, and ordered to report to General .Howard. He goes North to represent the wants of the freedmen. Tho receipts from. Internal revenue on Saturday amounted to $1,083,480.76. I . I From Washington. . 'Nw Yon-,'Oct. 80-A special td the Titnes from Washington says: Gen. How-" ard's mission to the sea-Islands was to in-' vestigate affairs "there, not to settle them.' Many of the negroes there have accumulat ed property valued at $500 to $15,000, aud a just settlement of difficulties will be made. A special to the World from Washington says: Gov. Parsons, of Alabama, states that ; A'abama will have tfulrCongresslonal del egation before the meeting of Congress, i Judge Oljn, of Troy, la very 111 in Wash ington, . , ; - ! preslurit Jpbnson has; under eopsldera-, tion the pardon of , Wade Hampton. In anticipation of the forthcoming mus tering out orders, several Generals, are ten derlngtheir resignations. ' " "iri" ,. s. ; The Turin Embassadors Introduced to the President. ! WmiiiKfiTnv. Onr.. anl Th A PrAuldonl: fv. day received in a formal manner the special Turin Embassy. The introduction having been oonduoted by Secretary Seward, the letter of, credentials was read by the Em-, ba&sador, to which the President replied,'" expressing his gratification with the visit, his appreciation of kind and friendly senti ments, and saying that every facility would be afforded to make their visit both agree able and'. Interesting. The portrait which was presented was not only appreciated on account of the original, but It was, besides, a workol art, t W k.k,'.' '. i New' York'. Oct. 80.---Capt. F. Lvon. one of the victims of the St. John 'disaster, has since died. Some seventy thousand tons of coal be longing to a Gas Company up town Is on fire, having been burning three days.,,. . , The Algonquin and Wlnooskl will com mence another dock race to-morrow; " ir The steamer North America, for Buenos Ay res, carries out te that country two bat teries of cannon. : The Herald's special intimates that Chief Justice Chaso will resign. I u-.. 'U4n Financial. New 30. The Bank Statement shows a decrease of 11,000,040 In the loans, which about represents the amount of tem porary loans withdrawn from the Treasury, and therefore cannot be considered aa indi cating any contraction of discounts on or dinary loans. Private banks are better sup plied with money. Merchants prefer em ploying their balances with them to the banks during the present high rates of in terest, which may partially account for the downward tendency In bank deposits for the last three weeks. The .street is well supplied' with money at legal rate. Uniformly there is still a very active demand 'for discounts and with a bettersupply of money the transan tioiis.aru increased and the close securities si'iiii'tiwhat relaxed. Very choice names were taken at 7 percent., but a large amount of gold paper passes at 7(g9 per cent, hud second class at a very Jn eular q uota tion. . The gradual return to an easier money market encourages operations 111 stocks.' The drift of speculation, however, is conflicting, the murk-it being aboutequal ly distributed between operations tor a rise and for lower prices. There is a firm sub stratum of confidence in the real value of railroad Btocks, which would appear to be sulllcient' to sustain prices against, any prominent combinations,' and those who operate lor a fall in quotations' appear to bo Influenced chiefly by the expectation of au unsettled feeling arising at the open ing of Congress. . .',,: :.l: ' The Bulls had a successful run upon sortie of the leading stocks, especially Ft. Way nu, which advanced CJ, ru Ills. Prairie tlu Chien rose 3, and Cleveland & Pittsburgh and Michigan Southern. The transactions at the first Board were unusually large. The sales of Heading, Michigan Southern', Cleveland and Pittsburgh, Northwestern preferred and Ft. Wayne, amounted to xomw snares.. : Government securities are rather more active, and on the whole firmer. Old 5-20's rose J, 10-40's K, and 7-30's new issue 5-20's declined -, and certificate of Indebt edness . . i , . The lollowlng National Banks have been designated by tlie Secretary of the Treasu ry as additional depositories of public mo ney: First National Bank of New York, aud First National Back of Springfield, O. The St. John Explosion. ,:Nkw York, Oct. 30. The number of killed by the St. John disaster now foots up thirteen, Mr. Archibault, of Montreal, Mary .J. Lyons, Adrian Scarles and Mr. Northrup, of Albany, having died during the night. . Most horrible robberies were committed during the catastrophe, the dead body of Mr. Brooks being robbed of his watch aud pocket-book, and Mr.Searles was robbed of his watch while crawling around on the floor of the cabin. It is thought waiters on board were the thieves, one of whom has been arrested. Mr. B. B. Hothkiss, manufacturer of the Hothkiss shell, occupied the state-room adjoining those which were burst open by the force of the escaping steam. The floor of his room was covered by boiling water, and in stepping out of the door his right foot was badly scalded. He says that the rupture in the boiler did not hold like art explosion, but resembled the gushing out ot a body of steam. lie did not think at first that it was an explosion, because there was no snarp report, ne minus dhu iron was the cause. This opinion is sustained by the appearance of the boiler. The frac tured piece turned over as if ripped out, and still remains fast on the boiler. Report of the Revenue Commissioners —Mr. Cushing's Mission to England. New York, Oct. 30. A special to the Commercial from Washington says: Mr. Morrill, of Vermont, states that Congress will publish tlie report of the Special Com missioners who are now taking evidence in the working ot the revenue system before legislating upon the revision of tho tax laws. This will probably throw tho reve nue question over to the latter part of the session, as the Revenue Commissioners will not be ready to report far a mouth alter the opening of Congress. Mr. Caleb Cushing's mission to England is on business connected with our claims for damages oy privateers. He Is preparing an elaborate argument on the subject and arranging the numerous claims that are sent into tlie State Department. The Pres ident is fully determined on prosecuting our claims for redress. A Terrific Gale at Key West. York, steamer Mas sachusetts, at Philadelphia from Key .West, reports a tremendous gale thereon the 22d. Every vessel except the Massachusetts went ashore In the harbor. The next morulne twenty wrecks were viewed from 'the lookout. The gunboat Muscoota. went ashore but got off. A large ship, name un known, went ashore high and dry on the reef near the lighthouse, but no assistance could be rendered owing to the high sea. Considerable damage was done to roofs of buildings at Key West. - ' '' ' The Fenian Congress. New York, Oct. 30. Tho members of the Fenian Senate continued their sessions to day. It Is reported that agents are'to be sent to Ireland at once to organize the great revolution, which it Is believed will take practicable shape In a short time. It is also said the Fenians have received the indorse ment of officials u this , country .whose names will tend not only inspiration to the movement, but will be a guarantee of Its success. An effort Is also to be made to ef fect the defacto release of J. Mitchell, in order that he may take some active part in the approaching celtio insurrection. South Carolina. Washington, Oct 30 Letters', from South Carolina' say that directly after tho war the people of that State were willine to agree to almost anything tor the sake of peace, but that now, owing to the dilatory, ton, much dissatisfaction begins to be man- nested. The btate had made little progress in rest3ring her relations to the Union, nor are the proper facilities yet afforded by the Government for taking the amnesty oath. ' John Mitchell Released. ' Fortress Monroe, Oct. 30.--John Mitch ell is released, and goes to Richmond tomorrow.' 'UiwYbRK, Oct. 30. A special to tlie Post from Washington says: Gov. Parsons, ot Alabama,, bad an interview with the President to-day. Fifteen prisoners received sentences to day, yarying from 10 to 3 years in prison. Six of them, however, escaped from Jail yesterday morning. :.: .i'.- II. J. Forbes, owner of the Sickles cut off, publishes a letter to Admiral Gregory declining any more dock races with the Al gonquin. . New York, Oct. 30. The San Francisco correspondent of the Herald says : Consid erable quantities of arras have been sent to Juarez from here, labeled as pianos, Ac. Gen-; Ochoa, agent for Juares, has been compelled to start for New York by the overland route. The French consul threat ened to seize lil in if he took passage on one of, tho San Francisco Mall Company's boats.,' Washington, Oct 30. The Turin Em bassy will to-morrow visit the iprtillca tlons.' Clarence Retuger, clerk In the State De partment, well known and appreciated for nls gentlemanly character aud scholastic attaintnonts, has been appointed Secretary ot.the. United States legation at Lima, Peru. . L ' There has been no arrangements made as yet for the trial of Jeff. Davis. New' Yokk, Oct. 30. Two petroleum companies here have reduovd their aiiital stock r,ospoctlvoly from. $3,000,000 to $,WQ,- iOO0. .r.'V .. .i.vi, .. V f .IMt ! COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Money Market—Oct. 30. MOJfRy-Stflnd.stTnnreenf. , HTKKLLVU iiiCUAMiE lioand nominally nn- olidnepil. , ()).D Stnftfl.ri opening at USfi j declining t) 14.1'i, arH oln-iui' ntK?V. iOVEttSMK.tr STOCKS Without decided ohanirn. " KttUlOIITS-To Liverpool, dull and declining. New York Stock Market—Oct. 30. , K'K-S--Ktronir. Alton prnferrod i0; t Wayne Kock Island 1(KI; Toledo J05; JVorthwenlarn 81 4; doprelorrixl Viy,; ftow Vork Central W; Krla. M'4i Heading 115? Kne: profr.d H4r. Miohican Houihern 74; Ciwaland A I'iH-kure F3,V; Mil waukee t Praria dp Chain 69,-. Ouiok-ilvei :.8. Onto A Sli'Hsinpl edrtiOi-atvs 39; iliwnuri 's77!': lennn-oei h : 1 .narcertilkatesir;;;; 6-WI oou pi'iis 103; do now is-ue lol. " "uu New York Market—Oct. 30. COTTO.V -Dnlland heavy at MS3Sc for middling, Chiclly at tha latter prico, FJ.OUH Oiwned nfra.lv but 6Ioscd dull and drooping. . tuvi at luforoxtja stata; 3 J.'xA 90 for common to mmd "hipping brand extia round hoop Ohio, aud t 00 U M lor.tniile brands. Indudcd 111 Haies Rio HKi) l.bli" extra state fur Br-t hall JSovcmber iu fiiU; 6UUU du for the lat hair d,iJr,'?',.f'."i.S)0'',5'"",f"r"11 I'e'-eniberat M 00. W lU&Kl siiuidy. Saies of Westoru WM3 t; oh it-ft v at 2 35. -WUKA'l'-Dulland in buyem' famr, with only a lirniled liumia-ii'. fale'iit 1 Nflfcrainbei Milwau kee; tijitw wiuterjcd, ft ajiai'i 37 fur aew amber ?5tat. .' ft y,".4ioh- Na,M of 'nsda at l Jl 30. BAKMi) hcaroii ami tinner at (1 J.r3ll JTfor Canad,. Jiarloy Alalt iiiet... . C'OK.N aloatS(i((ij fcr unsoutid.and OOJOlo fur m)uiid (iiixali toe lartr price in atore. ' 5M?J.hr.I'.ir""'ra' Mfi7e; 65.407c for unsound. tXH-I.tSStoadv. ' r ') . SUOalt.-FirDi; iJXUXo for Cuba Muioovade; Havana l"!-'slU. ' Jlt)LASSK-l)iill."" HfcTttOLIirrMr-Sloadyi HXfinflc' forernd-j; liX J0c fnrrelined ht bond, nnd757G)io do free. ' HOI'S In miKioute rtq'ie.t at MWiO j for crop of and 3tt46o tWirop of W5. . WptlL UuieU 1 ORh.-I irinor; cUing,teavyat t337SM Ii for JUtr '.'"!," Ca"',' W fr P""1. nl KH 7.Vsd lor prin c i-m. J,l'J!iire'"m: e" 0oI 00 'or plain tucss, and $14 917 00 for extra mo t. - , jjiKr' HAAIS-Quie and steadv, , liACOJs Active. Cumberland cut, for January, eellora' ntion, 17io. ' SLXi ,t:,A1r-'ul1 at lflX'o for shoulders and StwiJ'4o tor lianin.-. LAKI)-HeavyaiV4a'Xo. . . . -HUlTKK In demand at 30S32o for Ohio. dB 40s)5e for state, . .... . . i . ClittSSK firm at I4V,lo. Cincinnati Market. FLOCJl Supoifine .is still ofToretl at 7 0O775, without buyer, bxtra at if 60 for old aud now, andfainil v ami fancy al UstYX. WUKAT Hriuie old i in good demand atM 0V at the side track It is difficult to make -ales in .ele vator, at over 12. New range from 1 101 80. 360 bush new aolil .1 (J 7S, and 7(0 do old at J M. CORN 'i'liere is a lair demand for sound shelled corn atCOc. Kar is held at6o, without buyers. 300 bush n,d atDOj from store. . 0TrA dull market atSOc, In elevator, for No. 1; 4W)bu.-li sold at aic, at Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton elevator. It VE 1'riine new is in demand at 80c, in elevator. That which has boon heated or injured frwin other Cannes, can be obtained at eo75o. 1'KUVI.SIONS Sales of iuo- I'ork could not be made at over 3i 75, nor do we think that round lots could bed ipo-ed ot at thia rate, hulk Meats were nominal at 17IHic fur Shoulders and Siden. Small salos of Uacnn wero ma-leal lHH.KU, and it3c (or Shoulder. Side and vicar Sides. ' , UKOCKKlKii-We quote fairtochoice Rio Coffee at JUWXij raw Sucar. 14ClSe: hard refined, 21 j'c.,;iid MolaK-ei at 1 1 Jo per gallon. ULrn-.K The market is very dull, and choice will not bring over 40e pcrpound. Prime commands it,! ,wor "a,l,!f0 dull at2530o per pound. H.iKJS A good demand, with a firm niarkot at ittl .W30j! per diizen, shippers' count. WHISK V The muck i very mn-h redueed.and the market is very firui at t- 2ri, with salvs of 60 bar rel. - c , Cleveland Market. FI.Ol7n-0 6lK510 80forXXred conn'rv brand; ill 60(3111 40 tor XX white do; ll tlocsill 50 for XX red. city made: 1 12 OIKS1-. to for XX wliitedo. . WHKAT SaJes this forenoon 1 carNn. 1 red from store at tl 12; 1 ear new .No. S red arl 70: 1 car old No. 1 rcil at il 95. COKN-Saloa 3.3C0 bu No. 2 mixed from store at 59n. OATS Sales 2 ears from store at 48o. '' K Held nominally atsnB2t from store. l'OHK Sale-att.'ia Uiforeitr nin.1. l.AHl) Stoek light and market firm at f31-.( D111I-. II Hold at 40445c fur goud to choice West ern Keerve. ' CHKKS1J Market active and very firm at a range of l'sciuu for good to choice. U E litis Kirni and in fair request at 3rc. LAKE KISI1 Firm at the following prices a half bri: "n. 1 Whitcfijh M 5ii; l'ii-korel i7 50: Trout 0 ,HKT 00 : Ilorring t4 0iiS4 60. I'OTATOKS Sale 1200 hush Peach blow, at COe. HAY Held at 10 uo;13 00 lor luoo; ilH UO&24JOO for pressed. ALB AN'll PORTER We quote: Present Ue XXAletlOOO; Stock XXX 14110; Kenneit flOOO; Pale Cream 11 OU; Porter (14 (10. Half and quar ter barrels iu proportion. A. SPLENDID STOCK OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS! AT HUNTER'S EMPORIUM No. 220 South High St. IIIAVK JVHT KKCEIVED A LARGE stick of the finest Fall and Winter Goods ever brought, to this city. I havi" also a well selectod stock of , READY MADE CLOTHING, Made in the hcttylo and of the best material. All of which fwill sell at the LOWEST CASH PIUCES. Call and examine my Roods. ' , jonx nrjNTER. No. Ko South High street. ': augH LUMBER YARD , : AiiQ mim MILL. K. 15. ADAMS & CO.; 'TV" ' In tbjoir Larco nA fixtonsiv -- j Lumber Yard and Planing Mil!,- fAt the intersection of Spring and Water streets '' ' '' Have constantly on band All Kind of Lumber rv..sn I -c'-i. ' : Worked Flaarlssr, . .Lath aad HbltiKlee j i Window Bllnde and Sueh, 'J"K "" ' - "Soora jnouldinsey &.C., Ac. jBlyJ7-tf . ... u" POLICE AGENCY; I HAVE OPENED AN OFFICE IK Hooja ho. 18 Opera House Building, forth, transaction of general I'olioe business, particular attention given to the collection of Claims, recovery of stolen property, and detection of thieves. -' All business intrusted to this oflioewill be prompt ly attendod to. All communications strictly confidential. ., J WM. RttANT,-'- Late Major 7tb O. V. C, and formerly Detective, folios, Uiucimiati. sepU; j:neWvDEntal 0FFicE.i:T J. W. WO RT M A N, ' DENTAL SURCEON, ' 1) II O F r E US HIS i"HOIES.ji , BIONAL services to the communl-yyl ty of Oolumbus and vicinity, and baaJXXT' hopes that any who may want If IOK, IJl-'E-UKK' and DUUAXLE rets of new teeth atVKY LOW fKlCKS, will not fail to give hiruacaU. Teeth filled in. neat and permanent manner, so as to render them aa serviceable as they aere be fore the decay oommenoed. All operations known to the profession, carefully performed and warrant ed entirely satisfactory. u OFFICII No. 10. noith entrance (ud. stairs). On-i era House Volumbus. O. -. . (inoha-tl HORSE AND BUGGY ;;f3TOXjE3NT I 'S Stolen rnoirt the mtable of the subscriber, in Circleville, Ohio, on the IHthinst.. a KAY DARK, 16 haada high, star in fnrhoadi neav v mane and tail.'and white bind foot: outs her fiont ankles in mnvtug, anil had on leather Sills in front when sue left. Also, a miiU-igj UUUY, green striped K. King, klakex. 8100 REWARD WlfT'be paid for the recovery of t ho thief, mare and buggy., ....... K. W. U, ALBllJGH, j seplSl-dtf '' ' Livery biablo Keeper. , DK, J.rll;) NEWTON WILL CUBE THE SICK! : . Tl..f?.bl",,B,:S' H0, AT A m BOS X HSLLi from October 10th until about the Irsl ol lieeeiubor, at H o'clock until 11 A. M., daily (Sundays excepted). A free and cordial invitatioa to those not voil ate lopay, while thuw wbn are ablo to pay will be treated at the Neil House. Parlor Ho. Ilia, from S o'clock until ( I. M, ,. . . Curow In fflotsl Cases Inila.ataBat. Mo modiolne given. No pain caused, but relief from p. i n Irom any sickness or oauso, oertain U few minutes. . . , . H. Newtoa's pr&nlicei- mostly diseases end csie given up w ioeurable. flu treatment is peculiar to himself, although there have been men in all eme who have had the sane magnetic' power ever sis mmm of tbo body and mind. (some call it the "Oift' of tfeainc,")yet few bave posre-sed it to sucn Aa extent over nearly all dixeajes ai.d persons. . It le Ills an- Vila ity puised from a suong, healthy body to a wmk one, that restores the losi ot unequal eir eultiti.H.ot the vital or nnrvnns did. Ko powerful ! his i fluencethat persons who have for. many years m lered from dire isos whioh have been pro! niiuiiced incurable, and U whom medicine has been frf ministered with no good effeut. have ben restored to health in an alinoat incredibly flu rt spaceof time, it wHI not r.-tH a lo,t ujeuibel CI the body or per form ;tlier1iiipoail(ilitie., but it will always relieve pain, rp in whatever cause. '1 he prictice i eaeed up on the most strict principle of science; there is noth ing iniia.iuous or supernatural about it. It Is in harmuny with natural law.. Many eminent physi cians, of other piantiee, nm only acknowledge this power, but receive the treatment for lliemaelvee and familie. as well as advi.e It to their patienta. lr. Rcwton doesii" t proleHS tneu-eeverr Cae.. hr thia treatment it takes hut a few minutes for inveterate cases of lmo4 any curable ehronie die) rase, and so sure is the ell'-ot,' that but taw din eases require a aeo nd npemtlinn excepting Deaf ness, Ilrokba Bonos, Dislwatiw', bad t'nrvaturee ef tho ripine, ana tSupperatitg Tumors. Even the, will be much benefited ahvayj relUved from. pa", and sometime (u Jy cured. . Disea.es that are nioet vu i l cured at one uperatloa, are Weak Kves, all Diaeaos of tholir.in. 8L Vltue Dance ingnf the Womb, l)ypeo,r, all kinds of rfexaal Weakness. Kheumtiritm, Internal Tloers, ji-opwy. Nervous Ilehility.' Loss of Vnioe, Diebetee. Walt Lungs i t aiarrh, Bronebiiis, Diseased Livers, itio-' nera, Heart, 4c, Ae ,&e. ,; ...... J'aralyis is ilie moi-t slow and uncertain ; someJ tiene, tnnorti rarely, these patients bare beea fall restored with one operation; they are, however, aU ways benefited;; Deafneis is most uncertain.' m octH-tf. , " cbk spines. vvesknCMnf the I.imBS, rati- HEW PERFUItlE 'vf.'.JPpR' THE HANDKERCHIEF."1 " 1 1 H B'Ba'-l'tSff irfl 1 UMltJ mi (631- ' . . ..I . . .V. A Itloat F.xqaioile, lrliral narl Fra irniit erfniue, Itinlillcd frous laa . ltitre :nd llrnullfnl - FUwer rrsraa) vrh'uh it Inkra It aanie, Miinnfnctaredonlybj' PII ALOW ".H t3 BcwaTe of Counterfeits. Anil rhnlnn'KTnUn tin nther. Sold by druggists generally. . . Jnne?8-deodAwoow6 . t MRS. M.A. VAN HOUTEN, NO. 68 EAST TOWN STREET.' Keeps constantly on hand the 1 LA It J EST AND BEST. ASSORTMENT - OF MILLINERY &' FANCY GOODS To be found In this city. 7 Order Filled on the Shorleet Notice. teptu-dtf . PUBLIC LAMPS. "I Soriplor 2Sexle. .. .. , ., .' . ; '-'.J .1 V; . i Colpkips',' October i. Has.1 IX"A CCOH PANCE " WITIT TIIE"TlTO-."" visions of an Act of the lieneral Assembly sit the Hi, (6 of lihin. Passed April 13. lf(5. the under-. signed State ofSerra will receive proposals for th. Durcha.eof the Land Sorio received from the Unit ed Male for the establixhaient of an Agrionltarmt CollegeorCollegesinthe Stat, of Ohioj The s'rrlpcan be locaird enan-r-ra cant I'aited Mate, l aade. aoblatjt'tey entrf'nt irivnte .ale, at fl.itA .r. acre (ivliiicral Land, excluded). ' As prupwitioti will be reoeived fbr lean than Oaa, Hundred and Sixty acres. II more convenient, proposals may ee made ta tha Auditor and 'l'rcasurnr ol any County, , who will transmit tho same to the undersigned. ' . ... - JAMbS H. UODMAW. , .:..rt , Auditorof State, , : WM. IIOOFHK, i I-i" I,. L 'j. Treasurer of PtaU., . "Wlf. llKNaY SMITH. ' "aeptsu-dllswenm - KecreUry of gtaie, -n FARM FOR i SALU, t ,10.4j A.OH E S ,,. ;.-, OF PIEST ' QLTALITY "LTPI UJD, I T ' A W4Uw VI A,. . Three end oie-kalT milesmorth of t'olnmbas, Ohii fronting i n tho llarbor.road, and south of the Mook emse-toad:'")" ' ' Terms eisv.and.il iwmirod.I will sell in letoef; FIF1T AUREd. For further partlcula-t inaaira . of. .I1...J o JOilri liOBLaV-'til . . ,o.euay street, Vvlumbiu, O. . eepflMSlAwtfl ' ' .-;..' -;. '. . ;' r ROAD NOTICE. NOTICR IS) llfjtCBlT OIVK1 THJiTh .Detition will bd oresented to the lmmlul. ers of Franklin oountv at their next Dcoember -' slen, to l out and establish aoouiitvroad ia Fraak lin township, commencing en the Amity roawl at ee near the enmernr the old farm er iboinae DewataYi and running south on the line between the lands at . Thomas l)nms and William W ilson to the Colnra-1 bus and Aenia railroad; tbenee south na the lial between the lands of Fippin, William Wilson, aad A. Chittenden a. id Wilson, tetlie southwest nomar of William Wilson's farm thence to th. KationMi road on the line between the lands of Robert Rior dan aud A. Chitbendon, and there to terminate. I . -.i i,,ra'imaita..- Sept. Sl, 18d5-octl8-iww 1 ' " THOS.;; C.,1' 'HTOM A TT;) 1 !" Attorney at Law." " ,r.'l:'V,-' ,... ... ... i I ' .!l'l7 OFI ICL-No. 8811s Bantu High StrosH-,1 cxi.l .tim;, o. i-.-f DettS dSir ' 1 .. ... ...x .-.. ... i.... . t PIIOTORttAPII CARDS . FOIt OErl; TLKMEN. Sample with oatalocuea sent for M ots. Inclose an envelop, with your own name, aad' nnei.-Mni W t.lberty 8t New Vork City. Citjr. Property for Oslo. il BISUEfl BriLDING ON HIGH ' street, la front .the State Home, for sal., .j 'fuly " v-M - Cleveland b ' Plutingf nutinr?! ' , tAlt PBEPAKCb TO DO FLUTI1Q ' 1n th. beet manner, on short notioe, Ladia and Dreaan.aknrfl. Dleuweaand in vnur wi.rlr lr ...h .... it neatly done. . - WK3. HART K LI,, Ao.swdoeuiuitiAiiiattimer t new builuUnc a-SKr I ..tii-. . , If AtHINE sTITdllNU or A Li, lUv.kii Kind done atag.Ila South nich street. mayU uua,.jiAii;iJri,u.