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it"tlie Edwi dwiw Forrest s enKsecuierit Opm House, should be remembered, for flve filifht only.' t)( course, every" one -Tilt I. -l-.i i' A. nut, ii poaaiuie, uiBKe nrrungrrnenia to at tend echevenlnjr. O'TTff" vlrtu Opera House. C The accomplished actress, Miss Kate ilsh? ,er, takes abepcflj to-morrow; piglit atVie Opera House. She reappears to-night In .the character of .Mazeppa, on ,the..)Vll) Ilorse ' of Tartary.' To-morrow night she will peraonaie the character of the Female .nwrltah Spy lb the gtttV prlie drama of the Campaigns of Grant and Sherman. , ine Dox-booki are open for tbe'fy! nights of Edwin Formfa engagement, rConimentlng Monday evening wxtTlck- i' eU lor anyone; of the nights can be secured . " wuqiu own, uu ointe street, j Ellsler's Atheneum. The Athencum Is the trreat center of toi: uiar attraction. Arrah Na Poque Was" played last night beforefahbth'er crowded house. , w believe the ; play has 'great merits, ahtl the players greatj1 YersatUlty and skill; but did we think otherwisevthe popular verdict would be agaln'slfusThat has prohboneed dnralstakably In'faVoi' 'of wip.ymj, uu ui ntn mannecio wmcn it lias een produced at the Old Drury by Mana ger Ellslcr. Everybody and his wife and children art alltfelighfed with It. -Why, U this ao? 7 Because,, ;ikr Colleen Bawfi.'lfbrlnfg 6u(rinto full prominence the more .rknj traltr in the Irish char .acter, .and a acted at the Atheneum, every one recognizes ltnaturalneeg,and fidelity to the peculiarities, of Irish character and life. There are, besides, strokes of genuine Irish humor in It, that beautifully .contrast with the graver passages.? m . t ; . ... Arrah Na Poque will be repeated to- BUSINESS Farmers! Don't pay the big prices asked for making yJur; clothing. 'Get a Weed Sewing Ma chine and make your own clothes. You wtllgave the price of it In three months". Come and see the Weed Sewine Machine at No. 333 South High street, up stairs. r Thb great success of Dr. W, II. Stwlley In treating diseases of the Lungs, Throat and rTasal cavities, alter his peculIarsj-stenTias led hundreds to apply for treatment, who are unable to afford the mcuns for a spcvla. course. . To such he will sent his celebrated recipes on receipt of (tamp for poRtage. t No. 3 Cliuton Dace, N. Y. City. , 15ox 331)1. decia-dlm 1 " The Weed Sewing Machine Is the best no breaking of needles or get ting out of order. m'vi. ' t-. r ! -r r . t'dward Lauf, ., . . . , Manufacturer and Dealer in Hats,' Caps, .and Furs. Furs repaired. No.29EastTown street.:, . . octl4-3ui The Weed Sewing Machine '. Will make the fluest shirt or the heaviest Overcoat. . .r. ' .1 . .1 . 1 " .. , , "Noiooner hv we ueuur'd wilt much toil 1 On crooked ptb. iu bupu to fain our frctdom, fl.'i. But tt betrays nitosca affliotion." Dr. D.H. Seelye's LIQUID CATARRH REMEDY, used regularly .even for a short -time, will assist in smoothing thorough psssages in lire, by tfTectlng apermamnt cure Of CATARRn. : " JnitHiourllt, apart from public knunl. Jindt ifii 4n ttonu, book in tKt running Jn4 foodinntryttina.''' The wan, dy.'peptio expression of feature, so fa ' miliar and common to the American people, has formed the text upon whioh Dsf Drake has baaed the medical eiperimentahat hare produced the Great Tonio of the day Plvtation Bitters. For ' Headache, Vertigo, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Dulneie and the thouaaud aehea and ill. the atomaoh of man ' U heir to Plantation BitTias are the only safe, sure and universal aoticote and resied. , , , jall-dJkwlw Peter Martin's Hot Air Furnaces. Peter Martin's Hot Air Furnaces. COLUMBUS, February 15th, 1865 " To whom Ottoman Concern: . i l'oter ilartin, of ClncInD8tt': hiss placed 'J his Patent Improved Hot Aik FYjiinacks in our High School and District School Ko. 6. The Furnaces lu District No. 6 have ,,, been in use two years; those In the High " School during ithis winter. So far they n, have given entire satisfaction. ' For elB ciency In warming, quality of heat, econo my of fuel, and promptness of action, they ! , deserve special Commendation. I' cheer -: fully recommend Mr, Martin's Furnaces to who desire an exceJlcnb oi E. D. KINGSLEY, , ii."ur gupt. Of Public Schools of Columbus. The Warm Air Furnace" iiVeiitod- and ..aiauuiacturcd by Mr. Peter Martin, of Cin' cinnati, was put iuto the Union school building of this city in November last, and thus far it has given entire satisaction, jit surpasses other, furnaces in Abe following Important, particulars j It has, compara tively, a greater heati)iguriace ; produces a larger volume of beutwit a given amount of fuel ; the condition of the air lu respect f i temperature, moisture and purity, la su perior the admission of cold air,. the sup ply oi warm air tor tno several rooms, aua be fires, are mora easily, regulated. '.To aVold aeorchlnsr and decoinnoslair the or, as is done, to some extent, by other hoto alj-turnaces, and to secure to each room an aDunuaut supply oi pure, iresn air. warmed to a pleasant temperature, h well as pro1 tect i 'th:, wrougtt-lron ' alc-fluea1 froni the. electa of ' tlia lt;U esseutial that v me warm air-nuea icaqmg to tne scnooi rooms, hould , be at ..' least twelve inches m diameter, (This will insure the inflii pf uoh a large and rapid current Of. jresh air as to-prevent tne wrougbt-lron dues from being overbt at .-d, and thus securf the durability of the furnace, and keep the warm air in healthful condition. WU deemed proper to State in this connection, that our Board of Education was Induced Jo order Mr, Martin's Furnace, because two .Ybtbcr fcirnaoca bad teen' brevlousl used in our school edifice without satisfactory re mits, and because, after a careful exaniina tlfltf r.larB parabeTiiurnaees and other modes of warming school houses and j-r.other ijnbllo edifices, not only Jn Western, V t aisoln-fastefn cltles,Mf. Martin's wu licved to be decidedly the best. ,sn vil j f gupt;.ircievine tutou School. t, 'Address JB "1'KTER MAET1N, No. 149 Wefct FUUv &W Ciutlnnati, a ' --'v-u . feblU lit- Xrou I f is ,r,AMUSEMEN.TS. , , ir r.MJSU.EU'S A I II Kit H Jl, stati thst, crmiiTa sovth sidi or cr iflTOL, 1 nter, rcosurer. v f SICKS ft 'AdiIishiOX Dre'iOirelcind Parauette fOcenU; Itetrrttd Kent! 75ririli; OnOientra Chairs 75cnti, family Circle 2S emit: Private lloxce Gallery for Colored person 26 ocnta. . i v, Fourth nlub pf the engMcnt of MR. J. E. McDONOUCH -AXD- i MISS SOPMlE cimber KUHNJ Immenre ucei of the treat Irib Drama. One' of the ipoit powerful prodeotion of .tlieday. ( f btiredaf ; JZrntng, .January nth GtT u.limiiwu lur ma luuriu iim ARRAH NA POGUE. 1 0r the Wlcklow 3Veddlr. ' 'tif To-morrow, Iieneflt of, 1 .,, ' . . nrm u. - t ... r. .1. MR. J B. McDOAOUGII J OlKIIA, hoi sr. R. JOUNSTOfTJ Fourth flight of the accomplished Equcatrieue and .(t ,s-: i . 'AetreMV 1 : tiv .. ,k i JnSS KATE FISHER,:'! r Jntroduolog ber eolobrated horse WONDER. Thnredar F.rtnlnf, Janurr h. Will be prexentrd the Drama In I acta, entitled Or, the Wild Horse of Tartary-, Maieppa Miai KATE FISHER. MR. ROB'T JOHNSTON AND MISS NELLY GROVER , . Will alio appear. Friday Evaning, January- 12th, I BENEFIT OF MISS KATE FISHER. Poole's treat priie Drama, entitled TUB CAMr AtiiH Or . LIEUT. GEN. GRANT & SHERMAN. The Female American 8py..M!i KATE FISHEK. . Monday erenlnf, the erlnent Amerlnan Tragedian Mil. E13WII ITOllltKwX, Who wllll commence an ensasement for FH'E NIUHTdONLY. Jlot Bcoki are now open from Ten to Four o'clock.. Tiuketi oan be rurel at Mr Hnllur'i Uui a1 Rtore lor any of Mr. t'orrem't nishta. SPECIAL NOTICES. IIACAI8 ffltAONOMA DAl.lrl. ; Tbii U the moit delightful aodextraordiniry article everdiacorered. It changn the nun-burnt laeo and banda to a pearly aatin texture of ravishing beauty, Imparting the marble purity of youtb, and the dif Unff4 appearance so inviting in the city kelle of fashion. , It reiuores tan freckles, pimples and roughnesa from the akii, leaving the complexion liesh, transparentind atiooth. It oontaina no ma terial injurioua to the akin. Patroniied by Actresa ea and Opera Singers. It is wbatevery lady abould bave. Bold even whore. Retail price, SO oU. . v; Prepared by W. K. Hioan, Troy, N. V, Address all i rdera to DEMAti BARNES 4 CO.. New York, octSdewly A Moneehld Neceaelty Exist for the le of lMt.0'8 C'ATAHKII RflTF, Which, in the first stages of a cold, acta like maitie Headache, iloarceneiu.Diptheria, and llrunchiti. Wore Ejes, Deafness, Bad Taste and Small, being the result of Catarrh. This Snuff removes and pre. rente all the.e, and inaures a healthy lltad. Its effects are pleasant and uife, area for infauta who sudor from Snuffles. . ; It has tho higheit professional testlmoninls. Bold by all Druggists, or sent by Mail to all parts of U. c or 3b oenta for One Box, or 11 for Four B oxea. Address, ' Jl S. D U KH 0, P. O. ox 1SS, ' Kew erkCity. At Wholesale. byDEMAB BAK.NES A CO- 21 Park Row.Nen fork. juneS-lydiw r, , . AOl'A do iWACNOLIA. '' A toilet delight I ,' The ladies' treasure and gentl men's boon I The "iweeteat thing" and largest quantity,, .Manufactured from the rich Southern Magnolia. Used for bathing the face and peraon, to render the akin sott and freab, to prevent eruptions to perfume clothing, Ae. i 1 It fcTerooines the unpleasant odor of perspiration. It removes rednees, tan, blotches, Ao. -Itcures nervout headache and allays inflammation Ucoola, softens Snd adds delicacy to the akin, j It yield, a subdued and lasting perfume. ' i Itoures musqueUrbttef and atings of insects. , It coataina no material injurlooa to the skin. ! , Patromied by Actraiies and Opera Singers, It k? wnei every lady anoald bare. Hold everywhere. Try the Magnolia Weler once and yon will ase) no other Cologne, Perfumery, or Toilet Water after- ard..:.l.i ' " DEMAS BARNES A CO.. Props. Exolusive AgeuU.N. T ect-dawly -m , . . , . STORMING THE STRONGHOLDS Of prejudice and misapprehension, and carrying ' - ' ' ' all before it, .' . ' , cmsTAitonos iiAinnvc Pursues its march of success.' Like those of the Union, Its colors are the oynoeuree of every eye, its Victories.: I'i l.i I .:.:1 I It tns thousands of heads, and charms (nnum'era- L . I . . , . . . . ... uis ura, vouiainmg no eaust'O eiemenL It can not injute the hair i.r b'emiah the skia. ' Manufao-' A A I 111 iLim i iw.n.. . . . tursu oj J. VIUSIAUUHU, no. s As tor iiouse, .. ew, York. . Sold by Drugslsta. .Acnlied br all Hair Dreaaera,. f deo2S dAwlm j ttriAXDHETII'S FILM. ' tjftkli- TA, mPII CllKUIA-ln taflammatotyafred- tiona. wnea no bleeding is permitted, a. tree use Of these Pills soon modiflos the alarming ivmptoml. and perseverance, aocording U the1 directions, usu ally qulokly cures, and certainly nothing is riaked' In using Brandreth'a Pills. Pof sold, Infiuensa, ditf tberia,. pains pf the heed, dlulneas and apoplexy, ao medioineeah be eompalred to them, ' In errsio- elav fBVM'knJagae, small-pox, tnd in all the dis ease of childhood, thoif Pe Insuiea a poedy r-, oo very of health; - They produce these resulu sim ply by taking from the blood its impurities, leaving i THiS VITAL FLUID FBKE. i I I To eld a weak "locality" to reeover iU proper and neoeiaary"atatua 'or health. '-''i BBANDRETH'B FILLS have affinity for the BUBJKUr 11ATTEE OF DISEASE; Andeanselts "3 '" ;r...n CRTA1N EXPULSION FROJl THE BODY dec3U-( Awlm : m I ,v.. r y TT t i . tt - ' ii , now jliubii now restored ALKCTURS 0 THE SATURK, TREATMENT, and Radical Cure of spermatorrhoea, or Seminal W eaknesa. Involuntary Emissions, tiexual Debility, andimpeiiiiueuls to Marriage generally; Nervoua--ness, Consumption, Kpilepsy, and Pits: ilental and.. Pitt aioal luoapaoity, renulling from dell-Abuse, ia. by KoBf. Ciavsmwau, it, I)., aathorpfthe t.A Boost to Thouoanda of Snff erere.v: ' Bent ander seal. In a plain envelope, to any ad- -dreaa. poetpaW.oa-reeeipt of sixeenta-ortwonnat. ageaiwps, by Dr.J.C. KLlKeV, ! : Y i . hi flowery, new I ora i-ueuituoe Do ,A8e; i iivl' COIAJATE'S HONEY MOAP. This oelebrated Tollft Soap, Ueuch anl sal demand, la made from the osaetoeat materiab H anllel and emollient la Its nature, fra grantlr sceatcdn aed axtremely bimeflulal ia Its eotion upon the skin. For sals by all Druggists aaaranoy uooos iMatars. u i jaat-awiyi 1 m SPECIAL NOTICES. p. ACoasg;hf Col(t r Sort) Tlirosil, ...... , . KEQUIRSS IM MKDIATH ATTXKTFOK, AMD SHOULD chiciid. I allowkB to ooHimua, Irritation of tho Lunge; Permanent ' 111 r oat Affection, or an Incurable , Lung Disease .O 1 is orrsK ths BK817LT. t'.'j y Brown's Bronchial ' Troches HAT1KS A SIRICT INPLDIKCI TO TBI FASTS. ' oivs iHafsoiATi ULirr. - i j For ' Pronchltle, ' Aethnm, Catarrh, Coneuuiptlre and Throat Dla i eaaea, TBocnxs arb ram witB ALWAYS good SVCCgSS. ' " BIN0ER8 AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS ' j . -i - i..,. . , . , ., ! trill find Trocltt useful In 'bleating ths voice when taken before Singing or Speaking, and relieving the throat after an! unusual exertion of the vocal' or gans. The 7VcAare recommended and prescrib ed by l'hysloians, and have bad testimonials from eminent men throughout the oountry. Being ao article of true merit, and having provti their effi acy by a test of many years, eaob year finds them - new localities U various parts of the world, and he Troche are universally pronouneed better than other articles. Obtain only "Brown's Bronchial Thochka," and do not take any of the VortMttt hnUattoni that may be offered. feold everywhere- In the United Htatet, ard la Forelsn Countries, at Sfioents per box. i , ,, ' oeito-aswom ; THE GEE AT ENGLISH EEMEDT . ' HI II JANES CLAHKE'S CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS PROTECTED BY KOTAL LETTEE1 PATENT ., rrepartdfrom aprtteription (tftHrJ. CUtrk,X.Dj rhytlcian Jbtiraoritnary to Me Qvm. j This invaluable medicine la unfailing in the euro of all thoae painful and dangerous diseases to which the female constitution ia aubject. It moderates all excess and removes all obstructions, and a speedy sure may be rellod on. . TO MAUUIED LADIES ' ' , I it is peculiarly suited. It will. In a short time, bring on the monthly period with regularity. , Each bottle, price One Dollar, bears' the Govern ment Stamp of Great Britain, to prevent counter feits. . CAUTION. Thttt TUH thould not bt taktn by ftmnUt during k FIRST TIMES MONTUS of Pregnancy, at thy ar un to bring on MUcarriagt, but at any otlttf ('" thty art taft. '. In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affections, 'ains in the Rack and Limbs, Fatigue on slight ex ertion. Palpitation of the ilea t, Hysterica, and Whiles, these Pills will effect a cure when all other means have failed; and although a powerful remedy, do not contain iron, calomel, antimony, or anything hurtful to tb Constitution. i Pull directions In the pamphlet around each peck age, which should be carefully preserved. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Sole Agent for the United States and Canada, JOB HOSES. 37 Cortlandt St., New York. N. B. $1.00 and six postage stamps Inclosed to any authorised Agent, wilt insure a bottle, contain ing 50 Pills, by return mail. juljSS-dAwoowly A CARD TO INVALIDS. - A Clergyman, while residing in South America ai a missionary, discovered a safe and simple remedy for the Cure of Nervous Weakness, Early Decay Diseases of the Urinary and Seminal Organs, and the whole train of disorders brought on by baneful and vioioua habits. Groat numbers have been al ready eurcd by this noble remedy. Promted by desire to benefit the afflicted and unfortunate, I will send the receipt for preparing and using this medl cine, in a sealod envelope, to any one who needs it, ree of Ckargt. Ploase lnelose a post-paid envelope, addressed te yuuraeu. - Auureas, JOSEPH T. INMAN, , . Station D.UibliHodsi, mchJe'BB-dly Aew i'ork City, . BATCH ELOR'S HAIR DYE! The Original and Beat in the World 1 The only true and perfect Hair Dye. Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous. Produce immediately a splendid Black or natural Brown, without injuring the hair or akin. Remedies the ill effects of bad dyes. Sold by all Druggists. The genuine is signed William A Batohelor. Also, REGESKKATLNG EXTBACT OF MLLLEFLECBP. for Restoring and Beau' ifying the Hair. CHARLES BATCBELOR NewTork, auilB-diwlv Ttie Bridal Chamber, an Essay of Warn ing and Instruction for Young Men. Also, new and reliable treatment for Diseases of the Urinary an Sexual Systems Sent free), la sealed envelopes Addret r. J. 8KILLIN UOUOUTON, Howard aaaoci . ,. rouadeinaia. ra.- , aprt'S6-ly . 'i Ilercoved front fa la Old Office. DR. A: B. WILLIAMS, West Broadway; neat High etreet, Cclambue, Ohio, .has devoted himael for a aeries of years to the trea ment of certain pri vate diseases.' Ha may be consulted at his offioe- uroauwitj near vne&xuuange Dana. . . . mchSS'fts . . ' 1 :' IMPORTANT, TO DISCHARGED rJOLDIERS! nEMEVlKO THAT TUB SOLDIERS mj wnoenliaied early in tho war, who Brat ap to arms at the oountry'a call, and first placed tti selves in the front, should receive at least an equal amount or oou"ty wun tnnse wno enlisted at tor De cember 4th. 1H(3. 1. A. MnTCHINROM. of Cnlumkn. Oliio, Ueneral Aaont for the Collection of Military Claims, offers his servioos, and. with the aaawtauoe of the aoldiers themsolves, will undertake to secure It. tie accordingly invites all anUiers who enlisted in the army prior to the 24ih of Derenrber.lWl, ana were honorably ducharced therefrom. rMnivimrnnlK f loo or suae bounty, no matter what the cause of dia charce or length of time aervod, to forward their dieehameDeDerstohlmiiiMKiHATKLr. thataommnt uu nwisivf vuur. ui7 u niwiv wi aeoore wnat would seem to bo ao justly due. Loon receivm. ih uiacuargea, recaipu i or uiem win oe promptly re turned accompanied by the necemery papers in each particular ease, with full information. This ia a matter that must receive iumbdiats AT tbntion, for, unless it is attended to at omcs. and supported by a suflioient number of interested names and applications to induoe the necessary ac tion, it will doubtleae be postponed, and may be rsia TO IT TBIS WITHOUT DIXIT. ! AlrMdv quitea number of cases are on file, and if any soldier thinks he has not already received what ia properly due, let him send bis discharge, with a dear atate- ment ot.wuieciaiiA, ana an early reply will be ITCU. 1 i i ne neirs or legal representatives or soldiers woe enlisted prior to the 84th of December, 1863, and died in tne servioe. or in Rebel nrieona. will aim K equally entitled to the benefit contemplated ia this movement, aed thee are requested to loeeno time in communicating wun mm on ineiuDjeaw.-u..L i itNK . uapa ntfimtinn.- juiill. mIIoA in tki importance of acting at once in this matter. I ' If successful, a moderate compensation will i aak'd; if unsuccessful, no fee will be oalled for. I . AU-alesaes of Military Claims entrusted to Mm I pnirnuiw wrnm .cw.ui.ui. ' ti ', Address all communications plainly. " " I. A. Ml) luesin wow. : P.O. l)ox4. Cohlmhn, O. Soldiers are particularly cautioned aa-einat al ine their Himharffee If .thev are ourohasiiH frw n honest purpose, ii must be at a prioe far belof the real worth to the soldier himself. - j Kar.IHgNCBS Hon. Wat. DbNNISON. Poatmaaar Genera') Jay (JooisT A Co., Uovernmeni Loan AenU; Any Rational Bank in Ohio f Having, by reason of my election as Poitmaater'of e lower House or i nnnress, witrjdrawa from m Of (ilVSN A HUTOH1NSON. Mi itarv C a m agents, desire- to thank- the aoldiers of Ohio for ne arm, and nflimnAii nf mv frienda civeo. Mr. I. A. Hutchinson, who aun- eeedt' to the business. Prom a long intlmato so- ?uaiatanoe and eonoeotion with Air. HotohinsOm, most heartily recommend him aa being prompt, ro hable. and thorougtily versed ia the different clates f Military Claims, and know personally that hiaaiu rangements are moat complete and effective for the apeed.v settlement of all business entrusted to him. janiu-aaw'Jw f , , a l t, juaiAU uivi,m. s a t r, i ? t s t 9 : i , i THE CCLEBBATED WEED I WINS Machine may be found a No. Isa South High Lattimee'a a buiidina. i Gen. Grant's Bill to Increase the Regular Army—The Freedmen's Bureau to be Continued. Vew York. Jan. 10. The World's Wash Injiton dispatch , says General Grant's bill to increase the regular army is In ths bands of the chairman of the Military com mlttce. If adopted, it will inurease the roeular army to over 60,000. ' ' The House committee on Frcedmen yes-i terday authorized thnir chairman to report a bill continuing the Bureau and enlarging Its bowers, in accordance with the reooui-i mendatlonsof Gen. Howard; ' The bill nti-i thorlzes tho President to set apart, In the, States of Florida, Mississippi and Arkan sas, under the homestead law, three pillllon, acres of Government land, the same to he al-, lotted, In parcels of 40 acres each, to freed men, at such rental as may be agreed iin-: on, giving the frcedmen the right to pur-, chase the land at any time by paying its valuation... , , From New Orleans. New Orlkans. Jan. (.President Juarez and General Negrette arrived at San An tonio, rrom hlpazo, on the 1st Inst. The Galveston Bulletin notices a number of United States troops passing en route to : Rio Grande. lliere is a decline In dry (roods and gro ceries at Galveston and Houston. Cotton, especially superior grades, has advanced, i Bishop Grejfff (Episcopal), of the diocese of Texas, arrived here en route for the North, on church matters. . i Accounts from LouIaLiiia country papers represent the Ireedmen as indisposed to contract, refusing; to make any agreement except near towns, expectingsomethinjr ex traordinary to turn up. in the parish or St. James, work hasBtonneil entirely on sev eral large plantations from this cause, and there is some complaint In other parishes. A number of tho principal planters of the Attakapag emigrated a lew days since to. Bek'Z aud Honduras. , General Humphrey, United States engi neer, advertises for proposals to build a number nf Important levoes on the Missis sippi, to be done by tho middle of March next, and paid for in cash by the Govern ment. . i Encouraging reports are received lrom Mississippi, as to the behavior of frecdnicn ant) their willingness to make contracts. Colored troops are fast leaving places lately garrisoned Dy tneim , , Dedication of a Freedmen's School Dedication of a Freedmen's School —Parson Brownlow Don't Believe in Believe Dedication of a Freedmen's School —Parson Brownlow Don't Believe in Believe in Reconstruction. NA8HviM.it, Jan. 10. Tho risk Freed- men's School was dedicated yesterday. Speeches were made by Gen. Flsic. Govern or Brownlow and others. It is Intended t be a free school tor colored children, with accommodations for one thousand to fifteen hundred pupils. Gov. Brownlow advised teachers of colored schools to be exceed ingly prudent and cautions. He said that if General Thomas were to take his troops and leave here the predominant party here would not allow them to occupy the school a week, and that the legislature over which he was placed would be broken up by a mob In forty-eight hours. The Governor does not believe in reconstruction, and says ne is in iorine ngnc a tiring cue war. The Freedmen's Bureau. New It oitK, Jan.' 10. The Tribune's Washington special says: Gen. Howard Is In receipt of the November report of the hiineriutenoent of colored schools in the States of MIssonri and Arkansas, and In which he says there are now in operation in the former Stnto nineteen frcedmen'S schools, with twenty-three teachers and one thousand three hundred and forty-nine scholars; and that in Arkansas there are thirteen schools, with seventeen teachers, and one thousand four hundred and seventy-eight scholars. The Birmingham Association in England, since tne close oi tne war, has largely con tributed toward the relief of the destitute freedinen of the United States. Their last invoice of goods, mostly clothlnsr, amount in value to over $3,000. and the Secretary of ine Areas u ry nas nouueu tne ueputy Col lector atiNew lorkto nereaiter admit all such goods free of duty. The Exchange Business Settled Up. Washington, Jan. 10. Brigadier Gen eral Mulford, late agent for the exchange oi prisoners, rcturncu irom Kiciimona yes terday, where he has been for some months engatred in closing up thebusiness relating to tne exenange. a iiis lie nas succeeded lu doing, and In compliance with orders has turned over to General Hitchcock, formerly Commissioner of Exchanee, all the orooert v forwarded to Union prisoners during their incarceration, Including boxes and money amounung to oetween ouuw ana 1.UKXJ. The money will be returned to the original forwarders, and it is supposed that the ex press boxes will be turned over to the Freedmen's Bureau. A to Colored Troops. . Nkw "iORir, Jan. 10. The Times' Wash ington dispatch says a firm In Little Kock, Arkansas, to-day presented to General Howard, of the Freedmen's Bureau, a proposition to employ the colored troops in that Department in the completion of the railroad which connects Little Rock with the Mississippi. The, men are to be paid extra pay at the rate of fifty cents per day in land on the line of the road. The proposition Is favor ably indorsed by Gen. ltoynolds, Com manding Department of Arkansas, and by Major General Sherman. It has been re ferred to the Secretary of War. V r r .i.i ... j Withdrawal of French Troops Considered Certain. NewTork. Jan. 10. Tho Commercial's Washington special says that an earl v with drawal of the. French troops from Mexico is looked upon as certain by all who have eru8ed the correspondence sent in by the 'resident yesterday. . The Bteamer nov about due will bring Napoleon's speech t the Chamber, and this may contain the Im portant announcement that the troops are to ue wimurawn. , , i Stanton be Taken to Account—United States Society. Washington. Jan.' 10. Secretary Stan. ton is to be called to account for paying the rebel Provisional Governors in defiance of a law of Congress against such an act. " I The United States Agricultural Sodc.tr held their 14th annual meeting at the Cupf Itol this morning. Preliminary arranges mcntswere made for an Agricultural lie union here in January next. : ,,, .-.A , -I New York, Jan.' 10. The- Herald's dia. patch Say ft: The order recently issued mus tering out the troops In Virginia was coun termanded yesterday by the War Depart ment;. i . Miss Anna Dickinson lectured last nlirht. at Cooper Institute. ..( i Last Friday night the wtfe of 'John Kussinaul; Caldwel,.Md, arose from ber bed, where she had been confined for gome, time by illness, climbed to the summit of ia mountain, from which she rolled oft. She was discovered at Its root la her hipht clothes, frozen to death. - i t To Alumni of. Dartmouth Colleira re- siding In this city, gave a complimentary dinner last night to Asa D. Smith, D. D, at Fifth Atonue Hotel. ' ! vf u r T r,' ' ' aaw ' ' ' ' NW York, Jan. lO.Accordlnir to later" accounts, the whole ataount of money re covered from the Adams Express robbers is tzo.uuu, ana tour men are under arrest.; " Roberts, a counterfeiter, escaped from all lu Brooklyn last nibii ..! . i , Society. XXXIXth CONGRESS--First Session. WASHINGTON, Jan. SENATE. Mr. Wilson Introduced a bill te Increase and 11 x the military peace establishment of the United States Army. It provides that the U. 8. Army shall hereafter consbst of seven regiments of artillery, ten regiments of cavalry, and sixty regiments of infan try. In addition to the flvo regiments of artillery now organizeu, mere snail do two new ones, one to be composed of colored anu one or wnite persons, onicered' by sn lections from the volunteer officers. Two regiments of cavalry are to bo of white, anu two oi coiorea persons, in tne lnian try there shull be eight regiments, com Haed of men from the Veteran lfeserve Corps, and olllcered by olllcers of that corps, lhere shall be one Lieutenant Gen eral, live Mujor Generals aud ten Brigadier uenerais. The bill was referred to the Military coin- JDiicee. Mr. Wilson offered the petition of colored citizens of Savannah, akking tbe Tight of sunrage, wnicii was reterreu to the special committee on Reconstruction. ' ' ' ' , A resolution was passed authorizing the pruning oi u,uuu copies oi Gen. Grant s Mil itary Report. -' . Mr. Morrill moved to take up the bill to regulate the elective franchise in the Dis trict oi uoiumoia. i ne out was read. - - i Mr. Iiiddle asked that the consideration of the bill be postponed until Tuesday. i Mr. Yates moved to recommit the bill to the committee on the District of Columbia, Motion adopted - Mr. Howe offered a resolution declaring that the States lately In i rebel lion had for feited their rights as States, and it was for congress to say when these rights should oe restoreu . . Mr. Howe proceeded to discuss the aueS' tlon of States rlifhts and secc4slonism. af- llrming that by the acts of secession and rebellion the Southern States had destroyed ineir iiincuons oi civu Government. Mr. Johnson obtained the floor, when the Senate went into Executive session and soon after adjourned. .. , , , HOUSE. On motion of Mr.Conkllnir. of N. Y the President was reuuestcd. If not Iticomniitl hie with the public Interests, to inform the House why JelK-rgon Davis. Mr. Clav and others were kept In continenient. . Mr. Davis, of N. i.. introduced a resolu tion pledging the House to support the Presidents plan of restoration, which was relerred to the committee on Keooustruc tlon. Mr. Wilson, oi Iowa, made a sneech In favor of extending suffrage to the blacks In inc District or uoiiimDia. Mr. Bayer, of Pa- replied, contending that this is a white man's Government, and defending the people of the District of Co lumn a lrom charirea ol nis lovaltv. Messrs. buiioueid and Kelly spoke In lavor oi negro sun rage. Adjourned. From Washington. New Toiik. Jan. 10. The World's Wash- Ington special says: Frederick Hassaureck will return to Washington on the 23d Inst. and resign his mission to Eotiador. to take editorial charge of the Cincinnati Volks- blat. The Tribune's dispatch says: The Sec retary of the Treasury has decided that ves sels ot every kind, coming from contiguous loreigncountriesiiitJtuc united State, aud loaded iu such a manner that each box and barrel can be inspected without unloading. will hereafter be permitted to enter, under sucn provisions. Washington, Jan. 10. The Senate to day coutirmed the appointment of Solomon Spink to be Secretary of the Territory of jjuKoiu, viceuonn nuiciiinson resigneu. Senator Foote has received a dispatch irom lion. Geo. uancroit, signifying his ac ceptance of the invitation of the lointcoin- mittee to deliver the address upon the life and character of President Lincoln, before the tn o Houses of Cousrress iu the National Hall of Representatives, on Monday, the 12th day of February proximo. That time was specially set apart for these ceremonies, it being Mr. Lincoln's anniversary birth day. The non. John A. J. Creswell. Senator from Maryland, has been selected by the committee to deliver an eulogy upon the late Henry Winter Davis, before the House oi lJepresentativcs. ' Umclal Information has betn received at the Department of State, that the examina tion of passports on the frontier of. the Austrian Empire has been abandoned, aud that travelers can now enter, leave and move about in the Austrian dominion without being called upou for their pass ports. A New Railroad. progress of negotiation between the Great Western railroad company and the Phila delphia & Heading railroad company, has been finally agreed upon, and goes into ef fect immediately. It provides for laying a line in the narrow guage upon the Atlantic Great Western road to Cincinnati, Cleve land and other Western cities, and also the Immediate construction of aline of narrow guage railroad through Clarion, Jeflcrson, Canton, Union and Northumberland coun ties, to connect the Great Western with the Catawissa road, thus forming, by means ot the latter road and the Philadelphia & Reading road, a continuous Hue of narrow guage railroad from all the great cities West to riillauelphia and Aew xork. One im mediate result of this contract wiil be the reestabllshment of a line' of steamships between Philadelphia and England, for the building and running of which the latter companies have - contributed ball : the amount necessary. , fn the suit between the Catawissa & Pennsylvania railroad, to be heard in the nisi pnus branch of tun Supreme Court to morrow, tne iteauing railroad Decoines a party with the Catawissa road. The Fenians. New York, Jan. 10. The Fenian general court-martial to-day rendered a verdict against the Senate , The sentence has yet tn hu niSariraittitAj-i rrr fV-vr tv isu uiivrwuvvu vr aiai tJIMi j "From tne report' ot the committee 'on Finance, it appears there are but $30,000 in the Treasury. Receipts from Cvtober to January 6th were $140,000, of which all but tho above has been expended. Steamer Sunk. Cincinnati. Jan. 10. The steamer Pine Grove, from Pittsburg for Cincinnati, with three hundred tons- of freight, struck la snag at Bufnngton Island, on Sunday, and immediately sunk. The boat will probably be raised and the cargo saved in a damaged condition, ine ooat was valued at fJl.lXKr, insured lor ga,uuu. Maryland Legislature. , Balti.mouk, Jan. 10. -The MarvlandLet'- Islature met at noon to-dav. Gov. Swain. eiecieu a year ago unuer cue new constitu tion, took bis scat to-day, and, will, trans mit nis message io-morrovr. Tne weather Is becoming quite mud. Sr. Louis, Jan. 9. Tho Democract'sTtv, peka, Kansas, -dispatch ssy?t The Kansas JeKtslature met to-day. Cant. Banks was elected Secretary of tne Senate; Col. Bur rows Speaker, aud Jno. Jb Morton, CI irk, of the House. -. '-. - i Qen. Lane will speak here Thursday night on reconstruction, 'Indorsing Presi dent Johnson's policy. " ' - j " ; ASSIGNEE JALE: Of STOCKS, triLt, orFER roH sale to tiiE bisush umuwr, wu 4ue . . ' 6th Uatjr of Jaeaary, 1M4J, I At the door of the Court House in th rite 1kr On- lumbua. Franklin County, Ohio, Two Shares of the capital Stool 01 the ColutnOaa woolen Manufac turing Company, and Sixty-eight Shares of the Capital Stock of 'the Columbus A Harrisbarg ' - W Jt. MI lib Hit. I V,' Aasirnee ef ths late Am ol Stone A O'Uarra. Peoemtata.kHaW decSJ-dltAwtd. ti fi'jui -u Mcu i.y A it.A ,-i uutii as i Maryland Legislature. COMMERCIAL MATTERS. Maryland Legislature. COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Money Market-Jan. 10. wxWWZVLW .i (iOLl) Flrmar: ODm(naitl IM- llvlinf ' in llni' ! and closing at 13n;,', - Tula! axpurts of apacia tu amy VTOVF HTOCKS UtUr. , I rlttlUlilb ! iitvarpuul, iiuiutaiMl.BMvy. I 1 New York Stock Market-Jan. 10. ' STOrKS-Htrona1. Unite State S. IM'.i..! . i j...... . .... . i iraaiurr IIUI, i-pw ff isi Srica, SHU! UK .,,. I year certificate., new imne. SH; Olno ft MisnlnslopL orUttpat,(li Mew yrk Cmtral nr,; KrrtM!.: iu;auing nicniiran (;ontral loft; Tlril inx-.i Jillcniaan nouthernanfl SinrLlii-n llllmtl.anf- Pittmj burah 8 X: Northne-tern S.l,; Knch Island' liBV-l 1'iairio du Vhieq Svj jfuit aynt SK. linnnlasii- ntt-4 Kwk Island New York Market-Jan. 10. JIOTTOX-Ueav, and i2p luwar; tftSMo for idillmg. 1-1,0 UK Opened 5o better: eloMrl doll with tha middling IiiiprnvPtnent lot and holdera more dipod to real ize; 7 75ss 00 for extra mate; tm ii for extra rouna noo ynio, anl H7oio u for trade brand,! Included in sales are 1.000 Lrla nninsnnua nir. Slav, fur Inat half of January, at $7 60. , - . ' WH1HK If More active butwitboutdecidedebage' In prii-e; state and western ti - - i W 1IKAT )Dned flrinar- aimA .lull h.v. for eoinmon iradee with baldare mora Ai.wmnml L realise. -No transactions of any maiiuitudo. . hAltljfc V Dull, , - . . (JOKN Dull; downward tanrlnnnv! SSSHSa fnenn. sound, and K'Jc for aoand mixed weatern in store and dlivered. . , OATH Dull: 48 ( 339 for nnaonnd weitnrn. and 81((Wo for sound. . -. r- jl)HA K ery firm at lid for Cuba musoovado. WOOL-Quiet. . . -HK'l'KOIibUM-Lonn fVnrl. nua.av. and lono narrels reaped In bond at 67(4iin. Cl'UUat-jDecidedly firmer; $W t1!,( for1 Dewiness; elosmg at fui si recalar; ti 16BM00 for old mess, closing at 128 M) rrgnlar; t'."i oo for prime, and IW 60 for prime mess; also t.tno brla new mess, for January, Fvbeuary, March and April,, seller's option, at 128 3U2 30 . ' ' UK EK Quiet at 17'29for new plain Die's: ll H for old do; tnQi'u for new rxtra Bess, and I7 for old do. , , HKKr HAMa More activer western 3738. i CL'r MK A I'M Lower, at 10ai3 !ie for .boulders and ny.i&K'Ac forhaiua. i lM:u-"llull. . DRESSED UOO-Flrmer: HJ.'llo for West ern, and 1!1cI3ho fur citt. 1 liAltn firmer St lXtlT!fo. ... . liCTTEK lluavv at2ouitJUu tor flliln anil ?MtntW for Hate. - . , , ClUifcHK Dull at K18e;J V: 1 Cincinnati Market. COFFEE Common Rio at MM 27 ita nrimednJ IW,L,(30o. Comuion Java at ale, aud prima da, 40o per pound. , i vv n b A l superfine 7 003T 60; new whrat ex I tra $7 758 30; ild whoat extra X "j V&; family $ U ViiU V-1. aod fancy S O 5f SJ112 UP. Kva flour ia steady at tit Super brl. and Kuckwhiat dull at (8 00 (aVIO 00 per brl, aud $4 0o5 0u per lot) Ih. URAIft Old red whe.t 11 S3, but holders demand II W1 05 for No. 1. No. I new ia scarce and held at I 73, without buyers. Old white ia held at 12 30. to 111 60. The demand for corn continues unabated and price are well n aint ind at tH.-iSUc for shelled, and333l33e fur ear. K.te is quiet. and primesamples are scarce; 0 bushels No. 1 sold at 75c: lower qual- ltio. are dull at SO to Ten. UINStNO The umrki-t Is mV at Ukaui nr a. for crude. - HA 1 1 hare is a steady marke-for mime timnthr at ll18 per ton in tight and loose pressed balrs. A choice lot was sold to-day at 13.. from store $13 nd tin is obtained. HOlsS 1 be packers were purchasing; nnito frcelr tO'dav.at 111 60 per 100 lbs net, and the markot ruled quite stead v at that rate, all hough drovers attempted toobtnin higher pricrs. The grosa price ia ateadr at l'$v GO per lun ft,. C nntry dre.sed hrgs sold all the war from 110 2511 00, with a fair drmand at 110 60. The market closed rather heavr at 111 as H 60 net. MOI.ASSKH A steady, ou st market for I'ortn Rico at SO-aato per tallon. Sorsbum svruostSO 7oo per gallon. Refined syrup ranges from 75e to 1 Hi per tnllon. OIL The market for linseed Is doll at tl 7St 50 per gallon. I ard is steady at 12 0O9-J 06 for No. I and extra. Petroleum is dull at 73v75o for rrfined free. l'KUVISIO.rl-New messnnrk wns free v offered tt-lH 00, aud 450 bits sold at thnt price. 1( brla was sold early in the day a. 'J7 60. There were offers l ou mesa at fCT 60, but we learned of no sales. Ha- con rumains nrni at loo for shoulders, 17o for n sides and 20c lor clear rib, packed, with sales of the latter at the qun'ation. llulk meati are nominal at I'iic ti-r shoulders. I5e for aide and 17o fore ear aidia. auaar oured bams are bold at '-J5a. tireea meats are nelil vory arm at VXo lor abouliWrs, for sides, and lOo for bams, with sale of loo uteres of bams at 18c per B. Prime oity lard sold early is tne nay at I7.',c out it was ottered later at 17c. clos ing steady at that prior, iu tieroes. h.eg lard can hi Doucni at w. i SLUAK Raw 1391Gc: vellnw refined. lil'iS17n white soft refined, 10k1So: bard refined. l!KS2(k;. - olAltiM Ibe market ia a met but steady for prime at 7$7)io per l SfcED The market is quiet for clover at 17 75 per bu-h. with sales of 150 bush. Timothy stead v at J w:6j.J 75. j- lax is ingood request at ft 60 per bn. 1 ALLOW I'nuie oountry is dull at 13c. and oitv ai too per n. . Cleveland Market. FLOUR Citv brands held at tlB TS for TT t,A III 75 lor XX white. Country branda XX red J 00 (Sinn v.i; t a wnita io u x. W HK AT Sales oars Milwaukee elnh at SI as CORN Salea S cara new shelled from store at 5Ho. OATS Quiet and steady. Sale 1 car at 40c from .Inr. . .- -:SSED HOGS Steadier but rui maintain OScas their best offer, but holders ara nut disposed to acoept this figure, and w could heaw of no trantactinns. - 1'ORh. CZtv mess he d at S37 SO. C ear tSB an LARD Declinina-: closinff at 18e for nitv v nrtpr in Tierees; jo lor ao ao in Kegs. . HA Ms Quiet. haar -cured held at 13o, S HO U LI) It RS-Held at 16o for citr.0ured. MbSS UKEF Sieady at lis 0 for citr-packed 1IR1KD UKkK-Hold atteforeitvH!urail. BUTTr.h Common to good Western Keaerva2S s -to: prime roll and choice tub 3Jo. riluliw iNh Uuieteml nominal S2 20 ALCOHOL Steady. Held 14 30 4 41 frS8 per cent.: v-, oi lor ioioKna DiriL- ax a.vax si t,t Neotral Proof Spirits. PETROLKUM-Dull and lower. Held at70371o for refined Ireo. SKKDS Timothv held at S3 CO- Clnv.r ti.1,1 .t ft wait zo. LAKK FISH Whltefi.h steadv and Arm at tarn Eer nan Darrei; ricKerel II 60; Trout 17 0U A7 50; lorriDC. 15 25. SALT Firm. Held at It 55 for fine- 12 SO f.,r coarse unonimca: v oo lor oaciuaiv. ALE A N D.1'0 RT E R rresen t Use XX Ale 110; Stock XXX 114: Kennett 18- Pale Cream il- Forter 14; half and quarter barrcla ii proportion! New York Cattle Market-Jan. 9. The current prices for the week at all the eattla markets areas follows: BERK CATTLE First quality, per head. 117 M 918 00; Kair to good. 114 0017 60; Common, 111 50 isij ao: inicnor, eio w - iu ou COW S AND CALVES Kxtras. per head, I100 1120: first quality. $80 00SS5 00: Ordinary, 105 00 75 00; Common 5000iS80 00; Inferior, 146 0fK845 01. VEAL CALVtS-r irUgualitv. per lb, !2,ai; Ordinary, ll12o; Common, llo; Inforior, Oij 'eiHEEP AND LAMBS-Ex tras, per nead, IS oi 13 00: Prime q uality, 17 omu 00; Ordinary, ii 509 1 00- Common. 15 005 50; Inferior, 14 50 5 00. 8 W IX E- Heavy corn fed. per lb, DJOlOo: loght and Medium, 9-n.c; still-fed, ax.. The reoeipta of liet-l Cat tte were rather inoro lib eral thia week, and the market was acoordincly de. pressed, and prices closed, alter the flush of the mar ket when the number on aalo was mode.ata. from Ki to lo per pound, chiefly on the lower grades. Prices vanei irom ioc to i7y, io. the latter an extreme rate, and choice at 10&2On. The bulk of the nir.r. inga went from 14c to 14),($17o. - . - -,, - Hogs were in fair demand at prices raigicg al above. ., . , - , n , Total receipts all stocks at all tarda for this week and last week were as follows: Total this week 5,406 Reeves; 109 Cows: 393 V mnri I mK. If) nl .1 Calves; 22,817 Sheep Total last week 4,374 Beeves Calves; 8,808 Sheep and Lambs. lit Cows; 801. Veal I FOR SALE. A LARGE BRICK DvrKLLl!IQ House on Tth street, between Hnnlh .tnl nJ South Public lane. --. ; i Also, a DOUBLE FRAME DWKLLINO, nearSt. Fatriok's Chnreh, in this eity. For particulars, in bnireattheoffieeof this paper. . . j .-."i . nova-au - -.- f .:i.: i .' 1 i ) v.,""' WANTED. . ' v . -t , RITPATIOlt AS CLERK IPf ROMll Mercantile ar MannfaAinrins aaiaKi;.kn.-n4 by a joueg man who write a t-d hand and is a quick and correct accountant. Good referenoes given aato bumneeeqDalifieationsandobaraeter.' Address, through the poatoffioe, for one week, P. S.J. A ' TOVNO ITfArl ' OF - GOOD bnsinesi qnalifl ationa, who has. the above amount, is desiri.us of eneaging in some la- crauve onsinesa. is willing to give ft bis whole at tention. . Kefereneea exchanged. Addreaa. for nna week, al.A. H , Cututabua, tihie-i. a.- J jaD-aiw' TO WHOM IT MAY COIaCERN. CdUectioii of Claims. &c f PBOPOSE TO TAKE A' tltlp A through the States i of Illirmia. Iowa. Miaaouri. Arkaaaaa, Mlssiastppl, Texan and ether States, for the purptsie- of CoUeuting Claims, looking after Land Titlea, Ao., Ao. 1 will leave this eity aboat the 1st of aebruary nest, and wid be happy to serve thoae who may intrant tbeir Claims ia my hands Referenoee as to my eapanity, liabilitv, Ao.. will be given, by calling at my uffioa.Nn. l.v u.-fk ni.i. street, in Wenger'i Block, up stairs. j dec7-dlmwa uj i Wii. DDifSICC TAKE NOTICE! 1 1 r--r-'s Great Sala! Ort Roln I.IT.'V Having pare has ad th8ue. J ... ' . 'FT :tt IS 1 , Corner Third aa Tawn atreet For tn'e'lparposa Vdolng in fcifAtlSIVK ftliolcsalc Basfnc, 1 t; .'.'...'.'.'.v.'.'.'...'..'.'.'.'.".'. - " i ifter thelatef April, that porlioa of oar sl'ock best . adapted to the JicT'Tn--. loiiilnT Moat and will be sold rill be sold. We Intend to eloesjelletaall lines without regard te coat. -i ii i ,i .,,-,i,,rT ,V . V,..-..l-.r1 OFR . CLOTHING 14 .very desirable for trie reaaow that tt le good -.- u -. aty-eand well mad., iv-.u; i-n, . ( ' : ' a v .ro'--.-, , e rranrs Tf 1-1. tl FTJRN1SHI1T&:- O00B3 In variety. Oar ad vie U Wlay laeiapplj ! ; . 4)1 li. -a. l iw ' na In thU department, great bargain. . Remember, yoa bavwshischanee ly for SlXriT lAlTb. word to the wise snoat 1 keauffioient. ' it "it 1" -. -Tir,, - it ti - n'm dH frl '. ' tsuai-1. f () .nu ll iirtf.-ul ? wi r-n; i;, oiAii 1 . n si i r, fa . X'i O C ! Ik e' '. I TOOK 1 1 i EnglisWalking Coats.' French.; :;!:.: 1 -i Beaver Sack u Melton Oaiss " .:.KMn& .. ...' -....4ft .'- i. Black Ffock Ooata in Variettf ;; j: Harria CasB'merd Frock Coats in Va- netvl . ,f,t 'lJHi t Beaver Frcck Coatg in Vanetrl '' ' r.r . Fancy CdSoimera Frock Coats ia Ya . rie:y. ; . ; i .. . Black Doeskin Pants. . Fancy Cassimere . Estra Union ii - ' ' ". .v.'srlniA PanU and Vests to match. Matched suita. The beat stock of loots' Furnuhing Uoods ever ahowa in Columbus. Wrappers and Drawers, several grade; Wool Scarfs; rjilk Scarfs; B.aces; bocks; Ties; Collars: bsir a. - - . HATS !THATS ! HATS ! ' at cost And less. ''' Our numerous friends will do well to respond to this invitation, and examine our varefullr selected and extensive at-ck. if you wish to make money, call. If you desire to save money, call ai 185 South High Street, coLUMUus, oino, ! UPON '.. .. ':.'. STEBBINS, TOVYNE & CO droJO-dJm ..i . . .- ; t FOUNDRY -1 AND MACHINE SHOP. :.. 1 . ! .1 A .J 1J . D AT IErl IN'UFaCTCRKB OF- 1l Portable and Statlonarj Eninf g, CEOBS-CDT OE DRifi SAWS AND CIECTJXAB .... BAWIMO, MACHUJE8, K AECOTT, OR BKOOITI ' H A ft ft & E Lathes. Threshing ilaohine. 11 o were and Keapors Iron Vaults and Safe.. Sugar Mills.- MiU Worka, Horse Powers, tiraUng and 1 enclng. Braas and Iron Castings. Ao ,e. , " , , . ,- ' All Kinds of ttcpairing at.Short "Ifolicp. Broad Street, Corner ef State Arcane, ians-dlyeod " ' " A A- & L. LESQUEREOXi inpo'nTuus, " AND WHOLBAALB AHI fRKTAIL DIAL1R8 IN Watches, Clocks andJewpiij, ALSO. IN Pooket Cutlery, TeoV-MiaeriiiIV VotUwH bold ouver ana oieei upectaolee, and Fancv y"v v M a? a .aw mm aaM - m . . enable ua to supply (be Jobbing Trade at the moat lavurable rates ot any wtabttsnaient in'the oountry. .. Repaiiii Done wilh Ncatncstj and i)ipalcb. jl t - vi- 'tJp " ko. Ti'oTjTa hicth sr. r!ailiaail4na. Okl. 1 T ' - 'FOrt THE' HANDKERCHIEF. ajilt vilisu-iv.. A Itleat Exenlalle, Delicate aajaf Era "irmmi 'PerrnuuCDIattTre'd frenv -tta Hare aaaT Beaatifal Flewer freaa which It lakste he naattev , l MannfactDredonl7bvPIIAI.OIwcajOM. XsT beware tf .Counterfeits, i I ' Ath:fn rhilo'rTiii tie itthtirs Bold b drngjlaU gonerall. InneSS-doodAweowS 7 4 WKOLESALE-CIGAR STCr.E. ThqOnjfj Regular otcsaletijar OH 1! - store la Col amtaSs i u a C'TX fJOtlTBl DEALERS will find it In thnir Kiv.na.rr . . before parehaain .1 wwhereV 7 ' " " iiJ!DLiMN"lr aJ the quality BOPE- BIOR veaay evwiitTered la thia markai.. Vk ra 4i-. .. -MT-M eo7UeUwe .-.u.um -i. ,. a., LE?T.