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A Cough, Cold, or Sore 'Hi rout, - BIM IMMEPIATI ATTKNTION, iNB (HOTLD ,M cbiokko.: If am.owid to ooktimdi. Irritation of the Lunge, a Permanent 1 hroat Affection r an Incurable) Lung Diseuee ,, M,OFHN THB RIsULT. .-, Brown's Bronchial Tioches - BAVIN A MKFCT IKFLPKNCK TO TDK fa ITS 01VI IMNKDUTI KEI.IIf. For Pronvhltla, Aallunn, Catarrh, T-" Oonaumptlve and 'lliroat !! ';'. , eaitii twocbkbari rain with always good icccisb. Yn ,MVQEM AND PUBLIC 6PEAKEB8 . .. jm,t J i ' ' ' : .r-erill tod TrvekM useful In eleating th yolco when a Ukn before Singing or Speaking, and relieving the ;',hroat afUr an unusual exertion of (ha vocal or tfeils, Tbe TVecAoare reoommended and proscrib ed by Physicians, and bare bad testimonial! from eminent nan tbrougbout the country. Being an artlole of true merit, and having proeerl their efB acj bj a lest of many fears, each year finds them ew localities in various parts of the world, and be TrockM are aniverselly pronounced better than other article. . -, . -;. Oitaim only "Brown's Bbok-cbial Tochki," and da not take any of the Worth Imitation that may be offered. i ' Sold every whera in the United State, aid la Foreign Countries, at U oent per box. ocUt-dAwQin THE 6baT ENGLISH REMEDY SIR JAMES CLARKK CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS PEOTKCTED ' ' fj.flL?l ! ' IETTEES Freprifromaprtsriptio,ofSirJ. Xark,U,L. 1'hyeician Extraordinary to th Queen. Thi invaluable medicine is unfailing in theoure of all thoie painful and dangerous diseases to wbioh the female constitution ii lubjeot. It moderate all 'excess and removes all obstructions, and a speedy ure may be relied on. 1 - : MARHIED LADIES , . 1 It is peculiarly suited. It will, in a short time, bring on the monthly period with regularity. Eaoh bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Govern ment Stamp of Great Britain, to prevent counter feit. - OATJTIOKT. Then Fill ehould not be Men by female during he flRST TURKS MOA'TJS of 1'rtgnancy, a thiy or ivri to bring on MUcarriagt, but at any other time they are eae. ;j In all case of Nervous and Spinal Affections, J'aina in the Back and Limbs, Fatigue on alight ex -ertion. Palpitation of the Ilea t, Hysteric, and yf hites, those fill will effect a cure when all other meant have failed; and although a powerful remedy, do not eontaia iron, calomel, antimony, or anything ndrtful to th Constitution. ' Xnll direotioes in the pamphlet around eaoh pack fef, which should be carefully preserved. ..' ",,' ,V BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. . Sola Agent for the United States and Canada, i.-. he JOB MOSKS.37 Cortlandt St., Now York. If ;B. -4)1.00 and six postage stamps inclosed to any authorised Agent, will insure a bottle, contain ing 6U fills, by return mail, i. . i julyiM-daweowly 1 IIAGAIN'S MAGNOLIA BALM This is the most dolightfulandextraordinary article ever discovered. It changes the sun-burnt face and hands to a pearly aatin texture of ravishing beauty t imparting the marble purity of youth, and the iU- , Hngu appearance so inviting in the city idle of fashion. - It removes tan reckles, pimples and roughness from tho skin, leaving the complexion fresh, transparent and s booth. It eoutains no ma terial injurious to the skin. Patronised by Actress-1 a and Opera Slngors. it i what every lady should 'Bat. Bold everywhere. Retail price, 50 cts. Prepared by W. JS.HAOAN.Troy.N. ..., "''"Address all orders to -, ,. , DKMAa BAREB A CO.. New York, 1 eetO-dawly -:' A Ilaaacbola Necessity Exiata for the -'ol . -.- .,.-f - ..;... Ii;ni0S C'ATAKIUI JSUFF, 'ty'hiob, in the first stages of a eold.'aota likemagio '-Headache, Hoarseness, Diptherit, and Bronohitis, "Hot Eyes. Deafness; Bad Taste and Smell, being the result of Catarrh. This Snuff. removes andpro Tenta all these, and insures a healthy Ilead. Its effect art pleasant and safe, even' for infants who niter from Snuffle. , , . It baa the highest proffisiional testimonials. Sold by all Druggists, or sent by Mail to all parts of U. a. or 3v cents lor One Box. or H lor four Boxes. Address., JAjJ. AUKNO,P. O. ;ox 123S., , - New wkUittv 1 At Wholesale, by DEM A3 BAKNES A COn9l Park Kow,Ne Vork.' 1 junet-lydAw. 1 .(!.. I H. ' V;tAcW'df'ACNoi.iA.'.:!.. k toilet delight . Th ladies' treason and gentle Dan's boon! Th "sweetest tiling" and largest quantity. -Manufactured from the rich Southern Magnolia.' Used for batbing the face and person, to render th skin soit and fresh, to prevent eiupliona to perfume olotbiug, Ao, "' ; : . ,,It overcome the unpleasant odor of perspiration. It removes redness, tan, blotches, Ao. Itouree nervous headache and allays inflammation, ' It oeols, softens and adds delicacy to the skin. ' i Itylelds ksubduedand lasting perfume. , . , .' . It cures musqueto bites andstiugs of insects. rj Uoataiusne material injurious to the kln., i I . Patronised by Aotresa and Opera Singer,.. It is what every lady should have. Sold everywhere. Try th Magnolia Water enea'and yon will fts no other Cologne, Perfumery, or Toilet Water after wards, .;)..:, DEMAS BARNES A CO . : ! ' '"' '' Props. Exclusive Agents, N. T. ootMawly , .. " 1 11 , , - The" Great .New "England Bemedy I .White Fine! Compound Ss now offered to the afflicted throughout the coua ry, alter naving been proved by the testot eleven 'Vears.in th Now England btates, where its merits have become as well known as the tree from which, in part, itderives it virtues. - i THE WHITE-PINE lOMPOUND CURES ' Bore Throat, Colds, Coughs. Uiptberia, Bronchitis, ' ' Spitting of Blood, and Pulmonary Affections generally. Itis a remarkable Kemcdy for ' i , audney Complaints, Diabetes, Uiffioulty , -v i- wl Voiding Urino, Bleeding from the . '; -,t. ii . j... Sidneys and BlaUder, Gravel, , . . . and other complaints. . Oiv it a trial if you would learn the value of good and tried medicine. It is pleasant, sate and lute. Sold by Druggists and dealers InMediolne gen erally. .. j. GEO. W. SWETT, M. D.. - Jan-dAw3in I t rropnetor, Huston, Mass. Colgate's Aromati(j 'Tegetable Soap'. AupriorTolle aoap, prepared iromrefin 4$ cs;etaale Oil in combination with eTlne an4 espeCidly designed, for' the nseof AJtaie and for the Hat-eery. ; Iu perfume is exidltit'e.'slnd' itawasnins; jroprtie a'ntiTaUeaV for sale by allDroglstt - " feblO-dAwly ' Tho Brlaai Caaiaaer, aa Jtseay ef Warn fi and instruction for Young lien,' Also, new and feliable treatment for Diseases of (be Urinary a ISexual Byttem Sent free, in eeahtd envelope Addrel 1 ' t. J. SKfLLW HOOGHTON. Howard JJiVooi ;..7;v. Philadelphia, Pa. ... , " apr'6-ly i. iBemovoel froni Jails Old Ofllco. ""DR. A. B. W1W-IAM!. West Broadway, neat jlighstfet,Cvluoibu,Ohio,b devoted hiuuet for a series of year to th tree ment of certain prl watedis. .tie nay beeoneulted at hi effloe- k iroZi "S'ffSW ' -ft in V AMUSEMENTS, i OPF.K A 1KHSI!. BOUTn HIOH 8THKET, SKTWIIN TOWN AND FICB. Lessee and ManMeress..T!7.Misi KATE FISI1ER. MISS KATE FISHER, The celebrated Actress end Hsrlrg Equestrienne, havinc Icomd this magnillcentedificeforabriof sea son, will open on Monday Evenltin;, March 12ili, 1800, In the grand Equestrian Spectacle of , MAZEPPA, OR, TnE i WILD HORSE OF TARTARY. Introducing Jlr. R. E. -T. Miles' celebrated trained Horse, Mil Maieppa. IV 11 II AHA. ! Hiss KATE FISI1ER. Supported by ,1 and Efficient Company. A Full Pbici-h of AnmpfiioN. I)res Circle and 1'ar- Suelto, 50 cents; no extra charge for Keserved Sea s; amily Cirole, Hern's; Private Boxes, ttand $1. H4T Doors open at quarter to 7; curtain riies at. quarter tot). RTATI RTHXKT, OrPOSITI S01TI1 Dg OF CAPITOL. JOHN EM.SI-ER.. H. H. OEAKY , . .Marauer. .Treasurer. Pbiorr of Admibsion DreCircleand Parquette SO cents; Hem-rted rivals 7S cents; Orcheslra Chairs 7Scentr; family Circle !.1 cents: Private lioxes , Oallery for Colored persons its cents. ' Fifth night of tbe engagement of the popular Amer ican actors, MZ8B TT7XjXL DALY, ' AND-r 3Vtn.. HAM riYAKT. Mini Pair in tbeadmlredcharaoterof Marian, th Market Oirl, and Judy O'Trot. hx. Byan as Isa dora and Ragged Pat. Baturdajr Evenlnfr, March 10th, TheComio Drama of THE MARKET GIRL OF PARIS. To conclude with IRELAND AS IT WAS. In preparation, the celchrsttd spectacle of the "faiad Queen," in a style of macnilioeuce never bolore equalled in this city. SPECIAL NOTICE IS. SECRET DISEASES! SAMAIUTAiVX UIVTl NiltlAKirAiVS GIFT! THE MOST CERTAIN REMEDY EVER USED. "Yes, A PositlvoCure." FOR GONORRHOEA, GLEET. STRICTURES, Jt C, Contains no slinera', no llnlsam, no Mercury. f '- Ten I'M to is taken to tftet a Xr Th i are entirely vegetable, haviiig no smell nor II yt pleasant tuste, and will not in any way in- j re . e stouiacu or boweu ol theinortdelirate. tva ' inirom two io ivur uayr.ana reounicases i. 1 1 mty-four hours." Ki BZ 'USUKR, NO THOl'llI.E, N0CI1AN0R WHATEVIR. Let iose who have despaired of getting cured, or ViLo ve been gorged with lialsam Copabia, or ..ary, try THE SAMARITAN'S GIFT. Sent by mail in a plain envelope, l'rico, Male package, t'i 00, l emale $3.00. Samaritan's Boot and Herb Juices. The great blood Puiifierand remedy for Scrofula, IJIcnte, Korea, Mpota, Tetteret culet Itolle, r pliilie or Venere. al lliaoaaea. &C, FOR SYPHILIS OR VEKKHEAL DISEASES THE .SAMARITAN s HOOTA.ND HERB JUICES la the most potent, certain and effectual remedy ever pi escribed it reaobe aud eradicates every particle ol the venereal poison, so tkat the cure is thorough and permanent. Take, then, this purifying remedy and be healed, and do not trtnininit to your posterity tbat lor w liicn you may repent in after years. Price Hi's per bottle. Patient, take notice 1 The ingredients are known to the ph'8icin who use Ibein, as you will seo by tue following : Post Hospital, Fort Marshall, j JUaltimoki, Md , Feb. ilO, 1D64. J Ihave great satisfaction in stating tbat 1 have nsed ' The Samaritan' e Remediee' for Venereal Dis ease in its nioslouLpiiiary forms; that I have uaed them with judgmenttdiscretiou, and properly, and have founil them respond to my anticipations promptly and effectually. Knowing their composi tion, 1 bavethe fullest eonfiienoe in their efficacy, and as far as my use of them extends, 1 recommend them strongly. "ALFRED C. BOWERS. "Assistant Surgeon 6th New York Vols."; Bold by U. UUttEU'l t, and by Druggists. IlKsMONl) 4t VO.t Proprietors, 15 Racestreet, Philadelphia. not31'es-ly-MWAS BKANDHETH'S PILES. COSTIVE MEMS, IIARH1IEA.-Tbey are taken by the absorbents, and carried into the circulation, through which medium they are conveyed to every part of tbe body. If the pain affect tbe joints, single dose pro duces remarkable benefit. And" the sainc rule ap plies to oostiveness, diarrhea and dysentery; though with the lait named tbty may be required night and morning for some days I elore decided relief is ob tained. In afleetion of the lungs, throat, bead and pleurisy, tbe relief is certain; tbe ex oretory organs throw off with eae the phleim, and the breathing becomes freer. Spasmodic asthma is of te i cured by a single dose. mchS-dAwlm BATCH ELOR'S HAIR DYE! The Original and Best 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 thahair or skin. Remedies the ill effects of bad dyes. Sold by all Druggists. The genuine is signed William A. Batohelor. Also, IIWLNEIIATLNG EXTRACT UK MILLEFLEDHS forReatoringandBoau.ifyingtbeUair. r. , CHARLES BATOHELOR Kw York. anglfi-dAwlv ' A CARD TO INVALIDS, i A Clergyman, while residing in South America at missionary, discovered a safe and simple remedy for tbe Cure of Nervous W eaknees, Early Decay Disease of the Urinary and Soininal Organs, and the whole train of disorder brought' on by baneful and vicious habit. Great number have been al ready oured by thi noble remedy. . Prom ted by desire to benefit the afflicted and unfortunate, I will send the receipt for preparing and using this medi. eine, in a sealed envelope, to any one who need it, freeof Charge. ' " ' . Pleas inolote a post-paid nvelope, addressed U yourself. ' Address, JOSEPH T. INMAN, 1 (Station D. Uiblb Hodbi, ' noht4'B-dly - tiew York City. THE DECISIVE BATTLE FOUGHT ATST ' WON ' In every State and City and Town 'in the Union, by CIIISTAUORO'S IIA1U lYU - Over all would-be rivals, end the palm, of victory i awarded to it for depth and richnetl of tint, dura bility, rapidity of aoiion, sofisning and lubrioating properties, and entire freeddm froai every deleteri ou or soiling ingredient. . y . i . i Manufactured by J. CRISTADORO. No. 6 As ter House, .' ew York. Sold by Druggists. ' Ap plied by allllirJ)rermoh8d A wlm 1 KRItORS OF YOUTH. A, GENTLEMAN WHO SUFFERED FOR year from Nervous Debility, Pre mat re Le oay, and all the efleote of youthful indiscretion, -will, for tbe sake ot suffering pumanity, send free to all who need it, the recipe and directions for making the simple remedy by which he was cured, duffer, ers wishing to profit by the advertiser's perienee, can do to by addressing, in perfect confidence, ,, . . . . JOHN B.'OtDEN, ' ! fenW-8m No. 13 Chambers Ht,, New York. I WILL Or EH AT MJBEIC SALE on Thnrnday, the Uth day of JJaroh, my Faro, containing 1 acres, with v , .y OPOD SAW MILL.". ". , , . ... .ju; ; a uoop.Trd story' frame housi, With a Barn and other Out House ; situate In Brown township, U miles northwest of tbe eily of Columbus. . a Alro, at the same time and plaoe, 10 head of Heries, sou bushels of Coin in the erib, about M ton of Hay, Farming Utensil ot ail kinds,- on large killer, and eight or tea large Uam. - -i For all auru for personal properly over 03, a ered it of nine mouths will be give., with good and ac- prevea seourtty. , j ;JU) ' 6E0RGE WlLCOt ijelcpmlric. FROM WASHINGTON, A Delegation of Kentuckians Call Upon the President. Washington, Mitrch 0. A delegation from the Statu oi Kentucky have presented to President Johnson the proceedings of a mass meeting held at Franklort, in that State, liidorslnp; din veto un-ssae. Mr. Dawson made an address, in the course of which he said that the presence of the amenta of the Frccdtnen's Bureau in Ken tucky only tended to produce demoraliza tion and tfissat sfaction atnont; the neirroeg, annoyance nnd inconvenience to the white citizens, and was productive of no good re sults. The people of Kentucky and the laws of the State, If left to themselves, will secure the negro in all his rights of per. son and of property. There are more cases of wrongs by negroes upon white penions in the btate, which go unpunished by the civil authority, than of wrongs by white S ergons against negroes. He would not iflgulse the lact that there has been, and there still is some impatience and dissatis faction felt by the people at wha' thev re gard as unkind suspicions .and discrimina tions against theui upon the part of the Government, which they sustained through out the late terrible conflict at such sacri fices as only they aud those similarly situ ated can know. The President briefly responded, tender ing to those whom the delegates represent ed, and to the State of Kentucky, his un feigned thanks lor the kind expressions and manifestations of confidence in him personally, and the indorsement of the pol cy which shall control his administration. It was peculiarly gi afifying to receive these assurances at this particular time. lie trusted that results wouiu snow tnat the confidence thug reposed was not mis placed, and would never become a matter of regret upon the part of those who gave expression- thereto. The present is re garded as a most critical juncture in the alTuirs of the nation, scarcely less so than when an armed ana organized force sougnt to overthrow the Government. To attack and attempt to cause a disruption of the Govermeut by armed combination and military force, is no more dangerous to the nation than an attempt to revolutionize and undermine it by a disregard and de struction of the saleguardg thrown around the liberties of the people in thcjConstitution . Our stand lias been taken aud our courie is marked out. We shall take no step buck ward In this matter. No other or higher evidence ot our purpose in this regard can be given than lias already been furnished. In the future as in tlie past, we shall en deavor, in good laith, to make the adminis tration of the a flairs of the Government conform to the Constitution in its letter and spirit. Therein is tho only guranty to the liberties of the people. It is hoped byan adherence to this rule to remedy, ere lung, all tho irregularities aud annoyances to which the people have been subjected. Again do we assure you that these de n oustrations of confidence and assurances of support upon the part of the people, nie exceedingly cheering to us; that we are grateful for, aud properly appreciate them, aud that our inoi-t earnest wish is so to dis charge the trusts confided to us as to merit them. Another Speech by the President. Washington, March 9. A committee of the Maryland Legislature, headed by Speaker FVazler, had an Interview with President Johnson yesterday, to present the resolutions adopted by the Legislature indorsing his policy for the reconstruction of the Union. The President made a brief reply, referring to and reciting his previous declarations iu regard to reconstruction, and said he had only to thank them for the encouragement given by the resolutions. He hoped his future acts would show that this confidence has not been misplaced, and that the passers ot the resolutions are not mistaken in the approval they spoke. He said : It is not necessary for nie to state the principles I have adopted for my guidance. They are understood, am) there can be no mistake as to the position I occupy. Persons who act upon prin ciple, and understand the principles they act upon, cannot disagree and must act together, and whatever their starting point in acting upon such principles, they, how ever Involuntarily, sometimes will ap proach each other; and the converse of this proposition Is also true, that whenever they disagree upon principle they commence a divergent ourse. The most gratifying thought to me is, that I have acted upon principle ever since my first entrance Into public life. There has always been with me some fundamental idea regarding the nature of this Union, and 1 have never de parted from it; and it is also gratifying to me that alter the ordeal through which we have passed, that through the chaotic state of public mind this idea still lived, and that tlitsu principles are again enunciate i ; that there is still an appreciation of them around and about which there seems to arise a crystali.ation and a formation of men that will In the future sustain the country and the principles on which it lives. Mr. Peterson's Bill for Sheltering the Dying Body of President Lincoln. New Yohk, March 9. The Tribune thus speaks of Mr. Peterson, whose residence opposite Ford's Theater was forever made an object of reverence by the American people, Irom tlie accidental circumstance of its sheltering the dying form of President Lincoln on the 11th of A pi 11 last: He has finally received from the Treasury the amount of his bill for the trifling damage done to his bed linen and furniture of that fatal , neighborhood. . Among the Items charged In tho bill was one for $ 130 tor Injury done his carpets, $50 for personal services, $2 for gatk.and a large number of similar charges, amounting in the aggre gate to $203 SO. The modest and patriotic Peterson also rendered another charge for Joss of time for several weeks after the as sassl nation, in exhibiting the room in which the President died. The validity of this latter claim could not be fully realized bji the Secretary of War, who ordered It to. bd disallowed. . , " ' . " ' ' ii Smuggling on the Canada Frontier. "' The Tribune's Washington special says: The Commissioner of Customs yesterday received highly encouraging reports rela tive to the suppression of siiiugglingon the Canada frontier. The large seizures recent ly made and the measures now being taken by custom ofllcers to prevent the anticipat ed increase of smuggling after the termini tlon of the reciprocity treaty, it Is believed by the Commissioner, will be sufficient to preclude the possibility of its revival . to any great extent. The Herald's Washington special says: Thirteen mall routes were opened yesterday in Virginia and Maryland. .. Fractional currency issued yesterday reached nearly $90,000. .:i . . - FROM NASHVILLE. A Political Dodge—Suicide—Fatal Accident. Nashville. March 8. The telegram sent by Captain Hunter from Grenada, Miss, to Governor Brown low, urging the latter to beware of assassination, is believed to be for political purposes. ,.-", t -Edward Ryan, formerly of Lasallc, 1114 committed suicide, J by shooting himself, near Chattanooga. , c The railroad hero has ceased to receive freight for points south ol Chattanooga. The blockadr Kill probably continue lor several weeks. -- '- . Lieut. . Wilcox, 15th colored infantry, while removing the flag-staff from former neatiquarters, reu seventy teet, KUiing him FROM NEW YORK. General Massey Explains. New York, March 9. General Mussey thus explains the statement that a suit has been brought against him to recover a de ficiency in his accounts : He had vouchers covering thedlshursement of $23,000 stolen from him. These have only recently and partially been recovered. Until these miss ing vouchers are completed he Is technical ly indebted to the Government. The Sec retary of the Treasury has assured him that lie shall have ample time to procure dupli cates, and no imputation of abstraction has been made against him. Personal. Lieut. Gen. Grant, accompanied by Gen eral Comstock, Colonels Parker, Bordeau and Hudson, and Majors Webster and Bren neman, U. S. A., arrived at the Metropoli tan lost evening. Aftcrdiniug the General took the night train for Washington. The Weather. for several days along the Hudson, accompanied by a lreezing atmosphere, strengthening the .ice, which was greatly weakened by the previous mild weather, and retarding' the opening ot navigation considerably. Last niifht tlie ice cut a hole Into the hull . of the ferry-boat Air Line, which plies be-' tween irivon anu isaugaset, wmie tne ves-; sel was lying at the wharf at the latter; place, causing her to sink. What it Will Cost to Try Major Gee. The Tribune's reporter of the Gee court martial at Raleigh, writes that the trial, it is estimated, will cost the Government at least $100,000 before it is at an end. The testimony so far for the proesecutlon, is re plete with horrors only equalled by the de velopments of the Wirz court-martial. The Turf. An assembly of sporting men numbering two hundred, gathered at the Hone House last night, upon the occasion of tho closing of the entries for the purses offered by Mr. Cocheran, the proprietor of the Fashion course, to be trottd lor the ensuing spring aud summer season. The most important purses tilled were as follows: A purse of $300. mile heats, best 3 In 6, under saddle, for horses that have never trotted better than 2:28. Entries Fenian Chief, form erly Black Harry, Don McKee and Stark. A purse same as No. 4, but for $500 and in harness. Entries Vanderbilt, Stonewall Jackson and Dan Itice. Third entry same as No. 5, to wagons. Entries Panic, Stone wall Jackson and Dan Kice. Operations of the Revenue Agency. The Times publishes operations of the revenue agency of the internal revenue department iu this city during the past year, of which Mr. Alex. N. Lewis is the chief. The article states that owing to frauds, &c, up to the period when this of llco was established, in October, 1804, not more than one-third of the revenue due the Government had either been assessed or collected in the cities of New York and Brooklyn. There was collected during the lineal year ending June 30th, 18G4, $13,784, 202.48. This oltice commenced its labors in Oct-, 1SG4, and its inspectors were set to work tracing and convicting those who were withholding money due the Govern ment, informing tax payers of their duties under the law, and urging strict compli ance therewith. The increased returns for the year ending June 30, 1805, are due in a great measure to the labors ot this office. Frauds were discovered by local agents of the Bureau of fearful proportions. Gov ernment wascheated by all classes, and not unfrequently by men loudest in preten tions of loyalty. An example is cited of investigation into the monthly returns of a large house engaged in the stock and gold brokerage business, which showed a deliciency in return of over $44,000,000. By direct application the local atrency has turned over to the Government taxes other wise withheld to the amount of $300,000. Fenian Excitement. Intense excitement prevails in Fenian circles in this city to-day. It is thought a demonstration will shortly be made against Canada by Gen. Sweeny. It is said he has already large stores of arms, munitions of war aud transportation at his command. A special states it is under tood that the Governor is urged to call out the militia to be stationed at Ogdcnsburg to prevent raids from the States. All sorts of exaggerated rumors are current in the streets. Magnanimous. A Washington special says a gentleman brought to the treasury yesterday a large bunuie of partially burned Treasury notes for redemption. They were given to one of the lady clerks to separate and paste upon sheets, so as to determine their total value. The lady succeeded in reproducing nearly $20 000 more than the anxious owner had been able to do, and he evinced his apprecia tion of her skillful dissection by the pre sentation of $100. ' ' FROM CANADA. The Fenian Excitement— Response of the Volunteers. Montreal, March 7. The call for ten thousand men of the Canada militia for ac tive duty, made late on Wednesday, was enthusiastically responded to, and early on Thursday morning news was received from all parts of the country that their quotas were ready for active service at a moment's tiotice. There seems to be no doubt that three or four times the number could be had at a day's notice. The whole volunteer lorce of this city paraded last evening. Strong guards were posted at all the armo ries, and patrols kept moving through the city all night. Every preparation is being made to guard against any Fenian sur prise, i : Toronto, C. W March 9. The response yesterday for volunteers from all parts of the country was very enthusiastic. A much larger number offered their services than was required. . ' The Globe of to-day has a report that the plot of the Fenians is' for a body of them to cross into Canada to take part in the public processions on St.. Patrick's day, who will disturb the peace 'and distract attention, while armed Fenian bands will make raids on the border. , . Enrollment of the Militia—The People Aroused—30,00 Troops Ready for Action. New York, March 9. Toronto special despatches to the Herald to-day say that all the Canadian militia are being enrolled, and it Is expected they will be called out Immediately. Volunteers In companies and squads are rallying from the back towns for the defense of the frontiers Over 20.000 volunteers arrived here last night and were billeted on the citizens. The people are lully aroused. No man shirks duty, although a few have been arrested through a misconception of the order call ing them ont. All the railways on the line of the frontier are keeping engines fired up to run off trains. It is estimated that 30, 000 troops are now armed and ready to. march it invasion takes place. The au thorities are sanguine of their ability to drive back and defend their homes against any Fenian invaders. All the troops have been drilling since 2 o'clock this morning. A full supply of ammunition has been is sued to the troops, and the railway trains are made up and ready to move at a mo. ment's notice to any point Of attack. Parliament to be Called. Many reports are currentvSnd one pretty generally credited Is, that -Parliament will be called to assemble immediately, and that the writ of habeai corma will be suspended nd martial law proclaimed before the 17th of March. y- : ; : i - The Government has taken- possession of the Montreal telegraph line. , , , Plans of the Fenians. " The Globe this morning makes the an nouncement that Government has received information that on St.1-Patrick's day-a number of Fenians will cross the river, join in the processions la thecltiee, and, ere- ate local disturbances to attract the atten tion of the military, while the main force win strike at dillerent points on cue iron-tier. President Johnson Asked to Interfere. The Globe calls upon President Johnson to interfere. It Suva the neonle of Canada are abundantly able to give the ruffians a warm reception : but it is a poor repay ment to the Canadian Government for Its action during the rebellion in the Southern States, to be now compelled to spend money and blood In calling out troops for the pro- tecll in ol the btatesol a uelgliborlng l(e- public. Tlie city papers tins morning contain two cnlumnsof special dispatches from all parts ot Canada, giving news of military prepar ations, from which it appear that every town and city is tumingout in full strength. As fast as tlie troops arrive they are organ ized into battalions. To-day there was a turn out en masse of tlie citizens to make a demonstration ol strength. From the alacrity with which the call lias been answered, it seems that annexation to the United States, and all other difference of opinion, succumbs to the dangers of the hour. Tne excitement Is hourly increasing. The troops are held In readiness for immediate embarkation. Volunteers get 25 cents and rations per day. Celebration of St. Patrick's Day. The Orange Watchman of to-day savs the Fenians of this city will walk on St. Patrick'sday, armed with pikesand revolv ers, and It calls upon the Mayor to prevent their walking, it is believed that the in fluence of peace-loving Catholics will re strain the more violent men, and that the processions will be abandoned. The Watch man also asserts that Bishop Lynch has de clared his Intention of leaving Canda to avoid the danger and respousility of a bat tle, which may occur on the irlsli national day. FROM BOSTON. Discovery Murderers of the Joyce Children. New York, March 9. The Boston Her ald. has along account ot the discovery of the murderer ot the two children, Isabella N. and John S. Joyce, in Bussev's Woods, west ltoxbury, on the mn ol June, 18U4. He was found to be a convict iu the State firlson, who had been sent there for a btttg arv committed in Worcester county short ly after the murder. His strange conduct when arrested leu tne onicers to tninK tie was a hardened criminal, and his subse quent boasting of large deeds performed by htmselt, together witii some ot Ills unguard ed expressions, gave the clue will h, being lolrowed by two Worcester county officers, has fastened the murder alluded to almost undeniably upon himself. His psrtial con fession, with the corroborative evidence ob tained, leaves no doubt In the minds ot the officers of his guilt. His soubriquet is "Scratch Grave," his right name (Jliarles Aaron Dodge. He Is a native oi Massachu setts, but has been a rover for fourteen years, being now 2 years of age. He con fesses to having hunted Indians in Florida, that he was sent to prison for life lor mur der in South Carolina, was pardoned, en tered the rebel army, was captured on Mor gan's raid into Ohio and Indiana, paroled, afterwards enlisted in a Massachusetts reg iment, deserted, joined the navy and served on several gunboats. XXXIXth CONGRESS—First Session. WASHINGTON, March 9, 1866. SENATE. Petitions were introduced in faror of increasing pay ef array nflk-ers. against the renewal ol ihere cipnicity treaty, in favor of ehansrliiir the Constitu tion so a. tochoose the Presiiler.l and Vic 1'resi dent directly from the people Rod for one term only, ana for equal rignta without distinction on account of color. 11 r. '1 RUMBVLLi offered the following rosolu'ion, which ' adopted : Reeolvtd, 1 hat the SecrcUry of War be directed to intorin the Senate what legislation is neceary to fix and establish tl8 position of the Chicago & Rock Island railroad and bridges at Kock Island Ar enal so as to accord wilh the purposes of the Government in its occupancy of said Uland for military purposes; alao. whataddi ional legislation is necednarr. it anv. to enable the War Department to occupy for military furpose tho small islands continuous to Rock -land and known as Benhain's, Wilson's and Bciume Islands; also, what appropriation are nrceanarj to liquida a claims of persons claiming property on those islands, and of tnote whose property on Rook Island has been taken in pursuance of law, for military purposes, and for securing water power at the head of Hock Island, for the con struction of houses fur the protection of the army and othor munitions of war at this point, for estab lishing necessary communication by bridges be tween the cities of Davenport, Iowa, and Bock Is lam), Illinois, and Rock Island arse al. Mr. WILSON presented the petition of citizens of .Maachosctts, asking for the disfranchisement of Into roods, which was referred to the eommittee on Reconstruction. At o'clock Mr. CONN'KSS called up the bill to extend tne time for the withdrawal of goods from public stores and bonded warehouses, on which there was a motion pendiug to reconsider the rote by which it passed. Mr. SPRAGUE took the floor. Be said he had a very bad cold and would therefore real fjom manuscript what he had to say on the subject. What he wished to say was Intended for the benefit of the Senate only, and he trusted the reporters ot the press would not dignify him by any notice in their very able papers of any remarks he might have to make. He then discussedatleng'h tho queitinns of free trade and protective tariff, al leging that the bill under discussion was calculated to have .n injurious effect upon houia manufactures and to build up foreign interests. HOUSE. Mr. MORRILL, of Vermont, from the committee on Ways and Means, reported back tho Senate amendment to the liue bill to declare the mean ing of certain parts of the Internal Revenue act of June ttuth, IHb-l. The amendiuont. which was to substitute the word "wherever" for "whonever" wa concurred in. Mr. FARNSWORTH, of Illinois, on leave, intro duced a bill concerning soitement of accounts of army pnvma-ters. which was read twice and referred to the cn'mmitteeon Militarr Affairs. Mr. ROSS, of Illinois, ottered a rosoliitien, which was adopted, dirooting the Secrcary of War to ro pTt how many volunteer officers, whose terms have expi cd, arc retained in the service, a d why the lHth Illinois Vetiran Volunteers are still kc.it in tho service at Rrowiisvil'e.'l'oxa, . Mr. WOOUBRlDOK.of Vermont, on leave, intro duced a bill regulating the salaries of Judges of the ISuprome Court of the District of Columbia, which was read twioo and referrod to the oomuilttee on J u- 'Slr.'ClTENCK.of O., desired to make a person al explanation in regard to the Speaker. VVhea he called for the letters yesterday on the soldiers' elaim b ill. and when the Speaker stated that only 16 mem bera stood up for thein.hetMr. Sobonck)had remark ed that there were more than 16 members standing, lio did not. however, see that the remark had bceu reported, but be called attention ti it because he saw the Speaker was a little nettled at the moment, as he naturally should be, and he(i!r. Schencklfolt a moment afterwards that he had sp 'ken too abrupt ly, lie wisbed to say now there was nothing further from his purpose than to reflect on the a -curacy or fairness of the presiding officer, in whom he had the greatest confidence. The S FK A K E R The Chair is very much obliged in tbft ffAntleni&n. The Chair alwavs endeavor, count members with strict accuracy. .. , The House then took up the nenata bill. To pro tect all person, in their oivil rights and furnish the means of vindication, on which th main question was ordered vesterday. Mr. WILSON having the right to close the debate, yielded half his hour to Mr. BINGHAM, who ap .ke against the bill as being, iujsome vf its particulars, unconstitutional. Mr. 8HKLLAB ARGER spoke fir minutes In support of the bill, and Mr. Wilson followed in a five minutes speech. Mr. KbUKlDGR moved to lay the whole euojeat on tbe table, whioh was lost yeas 32, nays 118. Mo Ropublioan voted in the affirmative exoept Roufl- T he rota was next taken on Mr. Bingham's amend ment, and it was rejected yeas 37, nays 1H. The vote was taken on the motion to recommit the bill to the Judiciary eommittee, whioh Mr. Wilson desired to withdraw bat eould not. The previous question having been seconded, the bill was recom mitted yeas HI nays to. Mr. RAYMOND asked Mr. Morrill whether the eommiueeon Wsss and Means were ready to speak on tbe subject of internal revenue taxation. Mr. MORKILL replied that that oommittee did expect to make an e.rly report on the subjeot of a tax on cotton and a tax on income, with various re ductions they bad hoped to report ere this. i Tbe House went into eommittee on the reciproc ity bill. : .The Speaker presented a letter from the Seoreta n of War transmitting the Chief Ensineai'a rev port of estimates required to olear tbe entrance of lake superior tiaroor. at was reierrea o uie eomr snitteeon Commerce. - ' r i . . .P . Mr. STE V K"S, from oommittee- on Appropria tions, reriorted back Senate bill to reimburse the State of Missouri for moneys expended for the United States in enrolling, equiping and provision ing a militia force to aid in tbe suppression of th rebellion. It was referred to tbe eemmittea of tbe Whole and postponed until a fortnight trom to-day. Mr. STKYKNtt aakad consent to offer area ilntinn to be referred to the eommittee on Printing, to print 10,000 copies of the evidence taken by the ommittee on Keoonstrueti'B. . ,, ,. ,,. ; . Mr. l.rltl.OKn of, vW.' ' " -"lS-rM The Honstv tm motion of Mr. MORRILL,' want Inte onmmittite of the Whole, Mr. Kavyiunad In the ohair, and returned to the eoasidaratioa ofth Jaill a. regulating tfWe )wit tfifl Briiisll'Ilorili American provinces, on wmfh the llou-e had bf'iered geneifl uenwe. to terminal rn nttv minutes. Mr. ALMS(J.aaidhdid nut knowtln support tbe Li if as reported from tilt Y tliath.ifloulH oanmltte on ejections to 11, Ways and Means. Tnere wai uianf obiecti which lie hiiil.rl minlit be f.irdfveti. Heksflhmn surprised, however, at many of tL'tt objections' made toil, and especially at the argument of tbe gentle man from Pennsylvania I.Mr. Kelly), ia reference to coal, who denounced i ho bill as f ill se in principle end false in detail. He (Mr. Allison) thought that t representative of the coal Interest hail no reason t complain. The importation ot eoal from Canada 3i;i,0(K) tons last year could not uiuteriallv effect the price of the seventeen millions produced in this country. ... Mr. KELLY Intorruotcd. so as. to state that the amount of noal imported irom the ISttish Province! and Great Britain into the Slates east nf l'cnnsjl. vitnia, was more .ban the amount ol American coal consumed there. , Mr. ALLISON stated that his prnposLioa was siinplv that the importation of 3I3.0U0 tons of coal from Canada in 180.', could not eUect injurioutly I lie l'ennslvuriiacoal interest.. Mr. Allison went onto remark that the eoal products of this eouulrjr had been grra If disturbed during the last fire jears, kinoiiiiting from three or four millions to seventeen! millions' last yenr. He therefore thought that the ohjeotioo of the gentleman from I'enns vivas ia (Mr.1 K ellvlto admission of Canadian eoal, was a raiher, small matter, and hi might retort upon hiui as to bis remarks that, the hill reimed of foreign oriuin, tbat the amendment, lief Mr. Kelly) affirmed, appeared I nitbur tu be tbe offspring ot the Caua lian ministry,! b eau e it struck at once at the gruat interests of the Went, In proposing to admit live animals fre of duty. He did not regard the: duty of cents p r bushel on wheat and 20 percent. on live anioja's any prdection to the larrai g inter-1 ests of the We t. It wonld cost the Western' farmers more than that to deliver their products at Uulfalo and the Lake Krie ports. , Mr. DAHLIMU. of Iew York, said : I am opposed entire'y to all the provisions of this bill; Canada i has not, neithor has the Mother Country, oominend-; ed herself to any special regard or consideration. If: Lanaria wants any protection let ner come under tne r roteotion of tbe Stars and Stripes.which pr toots tbe nterests of all who owo it allegiance and respect its nowcr. Mr. LYNCH of Maine, spoke in favor of thebill. He regarded it as really a re-enaotuiciit of the re-1 cipr. oily treaty, but a re-enactment of it with all tbe advantages on our side, for which wt gave no equivalent. ; The general debate having ceased, . Mr. MORRILL, of Vermont, offered several ret- ; bal amendments to the bill, which were regarded as ; the original text. ' 11 i On motion of Mr. POPE, and after considerable diseuision,. an amendment was adopted increasing ' tbe rata of duty on fish as follows: Salmon, f i per i b.rrel; shad, VlB'.i; mackerel, when valued at f6 ' per barrel, $1. and ti when valued higher: herring, pickled or salt, tl por barrel ; all other pickled fisb, tl per barrel. All fijh not otherwise provided for, one cent per pound. . . Mr. FRANCIS THOMAS moved to amend by striking out all relating to ooal, leaving that matter to ho governed by general law. - - Mr. (MRKlKLlJ opposed tbe amendment, stating that the amouni of intornal revenue on ooal tonnage, which thecommitteeon Wava and Means prnpoetd to abolish, wai last yeur 6.T2,0U0, which would pay fortwo-tbitds of all the eoal imported from Canada last year Mr. HD3BARI). of West Virginia, moved to amend by makins the tax on bituminous ooal 1.80 per tun. Ho supported bis amendment, but subse quently withdrew it. r. ' Mr. MORRILL said the ctal question was the pivoton which the bill hung. There was no article in the tariff that Would be so justly subjected to taxation as ooal, for it could not be transported at less than a-; per lun.and when Canadian coal was brouuht first X'iO miles, and Ihen .1UU -or 4iU miles further, the est of that transportation was equal to so much tax upon it. Mr.STEVENS I move to a-mend by making the 1 tax on bituminous eoal (M.-5 instead of so eents per tun. I onjocttolbe wnole bill on general principles, and therefore move this amendment be made, so as to conform with the general tariff. 1 object to spe cial legislation for special countries or special classes. 1 think it is introducing a most vitious system, if you legislate for Culia in one way, Ht. Thomas in another, and South Amer ca in another; and where ii your gen eral tariff oil gone to? 1 am not a'armed at the competition of forcivu bituminous eoal. I do not thin that it ti akes much difference whether the duly is 50cont or 1.50. Just as much of it will be consumed in Mew England as now. I repudiate tbe idea once contended for in the i reciprocity treaty, and fiartly given up, tnat the fisheries within a marine eague of the sii'-re, is not open Hall. The idea tb.it we are to be excluded from these vast bays by run ning a line from headland to headland instead of go ing along the shore, see jied to me against the author ity of all the publicists whom 1 have ever read on tbe subject. 1 am opposed to the whole bill, and we may as well take the sense of tbe Houte on this amendment. Mr. MOKRILLsaid: As this vote will undoubt edly test the question, Ideiire to say a word. 1 trust that this hill will pass, even if this amendment should prevail, and because therearc some slips and inaccuracies in the present law which the bill would modify. It seems to me that if we are possessed of any ordinary common sone we should be willing to admit that there was something conceded to us in it. Are gentlemen going on the ground that they will refuse the conditions contained in tbe latter part of the bill 7 tut instance, tbe fisheries - near shore, the privilege of cutting our timber and floating it through provincial territory into our own waters again, the navigation of the canals and of the St. Lawrence. We ought to be willingtissy that there was something granted incur favor for the reciprocity treaty: and let uie say that in return the only things on which special legis'ation is asked on this bill are fish and coal. The donate was turtnor participated in Dyjissrs. Demine. Davis and Kelly, when tho vote was taken and resulted yeas 66, nays bi. So Stevens' amend ment wa adopted. Mr. THOMAS thereupon withdrew bis amend ment, the same objeot being accomplished by that of Stevena. On motion, Mr. lilaino s amendment was adopted, incresine duties tin lumber as follows : oa hemlock. round, split or sided. ,'i0 perqubio foot, when hewn Square c per cubio foot, when sawed 10o per loo feet; on spruce, round, split anil hewn, X percent, per cubic foot, when hewn ,'o per oubio foot, when sawed -!00 per 1000 foet. The oommittee then rose. It was agreed that to morrow tbe House shall sit as if in oommittee of the Whole for general debate on the 1 resident s message! CRARLBS HUSTON. a. h. Gardner Huston & Gardner, DRUGGISTS, NEIL HOU SE BLOCK, . One Door Norls ! tbe Poatof fiesta KEEP CONSTANTLY OS HAND A GENER ai stock of Drugs, Modioines, - l'erfuniery, fancy and Toilet Uoods, Patent Medicines, Shoulder Braces, Trusses. Pure Wines and Liquors for Medioinal purposes. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED Day or night, by an experienced Druggist, imported Cigars and oiioice Smoking and Chew ing '1 obaecos. Diivuiai a.iuuuuu ia ubiivu wuui siuus ui ri:itruttKRY, soaps, Vc - Which is tbe largest in tho city. jan3n-iicmiom rtusTuiv a UAituncK. FOR SALE. THE AMERICAN HOTEL BDILDIKG.' COLUMBUS, OHIO. THE milLDlNli KNOWN AS THE AMERICAN HOTEL, on the Northwest cor ner of Hiuh and Plate streets, owned by Kobort W. MeCov. deceased, is now offered for sale. For manv years past it has been occupied as an Hotol, and fa vorably known to the public ou account of its post. tion fronting the Capitol ot tao Estate. Tne Build ing is incomplete repair, and onnveniontly arranged for a First-Class Hotel. It has a front of 83 K leet on High street, and I87X feet on State street. . To any one desirous of making an investment, either as an Hotel or otherwise, there is not a better opportunity nffoied in the West. , If not disposed or as an Hotel; it will be divided into separate compartments for store rooms aud offi ces, and offered to the public. r or any information required. I win De round al wavs in my office in the American Hotel. febl8-dtf- - - - w . A. mocw i . Trustte.T HEW PEXtFUEIE FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF. - U w t'i 1 .' i A n A Iff wet aTxejwisite, Dcllcnte stud Frw- , sjraait Perfwiat,, Diaatillr4 d'it lb Rare nni Beawllful Flswsr ssiea i which is tnUre'lta usitpe. n - . MannfaetureionlyriyPHAtOSaVSOX Be-ware "of Counterfeits. T ' ' " (Jold o7oVsUseWll'.-:i..r J IS T ...I t'i V,l,l feoW-dVd4w6w(taii,'- -1 ... - . . : . ' 1 ..... -l ' efy'i' Tfcv'''' "'""M 4 liPy jo COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Money Market—Mar. 9. StfW-fi"' M m per oent. ' Pfs.RLI.NU KicllAJsUK-Dull at 106HloV. GOLD Lower and unsettled; opening at lsli, declining to 130, and clnS'tig at ISoM. UO VLHHJ4KM' HTOCitf -, Willoai deoUed Change', ' " New York Stock Market—Mar. 9. TOCKS-fttrong; JJ. ft. A' tUeoupma 104V.' D. S,V1, reg .IWs;-, do S0eouposreJJB'ido H 1MX: T-M's. 1st serier, ,do U series, JHl ' rlo do 8.1 scries Tonnesseo s,'tMv II: Missouri fa V; Ohio It Mississippi certificates, U: Quifk sLvar sot.; rt'estem fjnlon Telcgiaph M; New 1 ork Central Erie KHl Resiln-IXi ilirthi- 8au Southern 74: Pittshuigu lUii; h'orjjiaeaieui fK; o proferred 52; Toledo 107; tuitWayna Alton preferred 11T. ., New York Market—Mar. 9. COTTON Dull. heavy and nominally l2o low'eW slSi-t2o for middling, cloning at inside price. If LOU K Unsound dull and drooping; medium and good g.ades without decided eliaoge; (r7 'ls7 M for extra state; 10 Utk&f) ki for extra roond hoop Ohio, and tW IMXU -for trade brands, the market elosingdull. , - ; ' .i-. - '- WHISK V-Dull and nominal at II MOt W WHEAT Steady for winter, and dull end droop ing for spring; sl 05 fur new No. I Milwaukee el ub 1 7H for new No 1 do; aud 1 201 00 fur while Ca nadian. .. CO UN -Shade easier and dull; 78 7Se for on sound, and 7hhoo for souud mixed western, both in Store and delivered, - i - -., ! OATS-Moderale and active at M3o for as sound western, 6iaV54a for aouad western. i COFFEE-Veij dull.. ,. ,,,, HUG AK Heavy; lnUXo for Cuba Musonvado. . MOLASSES Dull; itfrsveoo for crop f Ie86. fETKOLEUM Dall and nominal at S8o for era. de, and 43e for refined in bond. : POKK Firmer; fit 5ol67( for new mmn.olea. ing at ti 7S,ea,h; e2tl 6U tat old tnesii fJO M tor Sri nie; also, 5000 brls new mess, for klaroh, April and lay, seller s option, at l fi9l J. i a . KEKF Unchanged, at previous prieea. --.f .i -1 BEEF HA MS Heavy at 3 IMH40 HO, -.., - BACON-Heavy, 14(s)loo for Cuaibertand eatt; uke for short ribbed. . - , , , L'T MEATS-Ueavjat J111S fx Sboaldeesj. ana iobimc tor nam.. DUKSSKD HOGS -Heavy; sales at VtWX for western, and 1313 ',o for city. LA KD Heavy at MK4a. - bUTTER-yuietatieisWu for Ohio, and HI Wo for state. -i CHJiESE-Heavy at 16Me. ' Cincinnati Market. FLOTirt-Hiioerflne la held at I7r 75: extra t t8 aomi !tfi; famUy at $ IM Ul 60; and faoey at $10 T ! oo. . - - . i. I Willi AT-OId red is bold at ta1 10. and Nejl new red is scarce, and sales oould be mad at It 19 ? . .... COKN Continues dull, and prices are nominal al Wc for No. 1 shelled, in balk, and 65c, including gno mes: 16(Xl bush sold at tuc, at canal i t r, OATS Quiet, and the demand light at Baofor No. 1. and 47o for No. 1: H busk sold at I7se, at canal. U VE Oontlnnes dull, and prices entirely nomin al. Holders ask tVse for No. 1, i I'BOVISIONS-Messfork Is held at17 75W for country ai.d city. 'I here is a moderate consump tive demand for Hulk Sleets al II VSill,c for Shoul ders; 13ri!3J(o for Si tes, and lc for clear Sides. Uaoon is dull at I3V. 1 and 17o for Shoulders, Hides and clear Sides. Lard firm; sales- at lae Hu pp me city. '' I GltOCKKIKS-We continue to quote at 94VMe for fair to choice Kin Coffee; raw Sugar 13' UHc; hard refined do 17(9180: and Mtgttic for Forto hico M"lases. BUTTER Prices have advanced to X4Se 'for prime to choice Central Ohio, and to 4io for West ern Keeerve. I - r' tWUlSKV An unchanged and quiet market, with a uiodorato domaod at t'i duty paid, and 36a, ta bond. Sales luo brls of the latter. i SEEDS Clover continues dull. Holders are ask ing S4 for small lots, from store; but round low eould hardly be sold at M. Flax remains steady at 60. Timothy is quiet at 3 4043 (M. . ,n. - Cleveland Market. FLOUR-City made 10 75SH SO for XX red, U7l3QOfor XX white. Coumrv brands XX red 9 otKSIO x5; do XX white 10 00(311 S5. Sale 100 brls country XX red at Sin, WHEAT-Sales 1 car No. 1 Milwaukee elub at tl 65; 1 ear No. 1 Ohelby red at tl 73; 2 cart No. amber at tl 69. COHN-Sale 1 car Mo. 1. shelled, at E3o. from store. OATS Sale 1 ear No. 1 Ohio at 36o, from store. BAULtK Frime No. 1 Canada firm; Ohio nom inal. FORK -Sales ISO hrls No. 1 City mess at (37 60; 15 brls No. 1 do at fit 50; f 31 on for clear. HKD Held atlHe for eity rendered in tierces, ldotlo in kens; b&wy,e for country rendered. II AMS Stigar-oiired steady at Uo I . ; M10ULDERS-Steadyatl5o. BACON Stead at xOo for- clear and augar. eured. M ESS BEEF Quiet and steady at tl 00 for eity. Sales 15 brls extra mess at t-!0. . DRIED BhEF Firm and fair request. Salet 1OU0 lbs at 23e. HIOIIWINES-Dull and nominal at M M9I . ALCOHOL Finn. Held at t4 44 4 to for 1W per cent.: Cologne Hpirit, 98 per cent., (4 SO. Neutral Frnof Spirits ti S74 ii . r - FETKOLECM-Heidat7Oforfreere8ned. "1 SEEDS Timothy held at fo- Western; $3 50 3 75 for Ohio,-. Clover 5 0095 SO for inferior to prime. . Reputation Established 1- JTlrt. 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