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"HoHTXlngVt 4.e., not exceeding eight Uanao, V"bllihe4 In thle column for AOerente each Inaertlon. lTAIXFn TO HINT A IIOUE V - with TEN or TWELVE ROOMS, suitable for a lrt-elasa Boarding House. Anrone having ruchstrhnna. ean find a good tenant br applying at Nor 1M He th Third street, or at TBI Statesman C'onipositio room. maviiS-dtf -TTANTBD-A LADV OF tTUIIDI.E ate, to keep houae in the country one of ex- ptrienco, Addre.a, , R. PETERSON. ml(l- '. Columbue. 0. S'rVFCJAL NOTICES. 1 i - REDUCTION IN PR CE ' OP THE J '-AMERICAN1 WATCHES, ade . at WAL7HAM, MASS, In consequence of tba recent great decline in (told aid lilrer and all the material! ured In tbe manu facture of our g"oda, and in anticipation of a still further drclinc. we hare reduced our pricei to as low a point aa they can be placed ," Willi (iold nt Par, so that no one need hesitate to bu' a natch now from the' expectation that it it ill ba cheaper at some future time.' The test of ten years and the manufacture end rale of m More Ifonn 300,000 1VricIi, hit (riven our prrducticni the very highest rank among timo-keepers. Commencing with tba deter miaitiorl to make only thoroughly excellent watobrs ear huainesa haa atradily incrrancd aa the publio be came acquainted nith i heir value, until for montba tegetherwa have been unable lo supply the demand. We have repeatedly enlarged our factor? building! until tbey now cover over three acrea of ground, and giro accommodation to mora than eight hundred workmen. We are fully justified In atating that we now make MOKE THAN O.NE-HUF OK ALL THE WATCHES SOLD IN THE UNITED STATES. Thediflorent (trades are distinguished by the follow ing trade marks engraved on the plate t 1. ' "American Watch Co.," Waltbam, Mass." X.'Appleton, Tracy It, Co.," Waltbam, Mass. 1. "P. 8. Hart etl." Wallham, Maaa. 4 "Wm. Elley." . OUR LADIES' WATCH of first quality la 3 'tamed "Appletoo, TraoyACo.," Waltbam' "Maaa. t. Our next quality of Ladies' Watoh la named "P. S. bartlett," "vinltbein, Mbfs. These Hatches are furnished in great Tarioty of sizes and styles of asca. The Aneriran Watch Co., of Waltram, Maaa authorise at toatato tl.at without distinction of trade inarka cr price, ALL THE PRODUCTS OK THEIR FACTORY ARE HILLY WARRANTED, e be tba best time-keepers of their class ever made la this or any other country. Buyers should remem ber that unlike the guarantee of a foreign maker who can nevor be reached, thil warrantee ia good at all tin ea acainsttbe Company or their agents, and that if after the moat thrrtuah trial, any watch abould prove detective in any particular, it may al ways be exchsnged for another. Aa the American Watebea made at Waltbam, are fur aae by dealers generally throughout tba country, we do nut solicit orders for single watebea. ,A"AUTION.-The public are cautioned to buy only of respectable dealers. All persons celling counter feits will be prosecuted. ItORIIIftS & API I.F.TO, ACEKTS iOK THE AMERICAN WATCH CO., 188 llroadwayi Kew York. mayS-dAwlm-D - MRS. WINSLOW, An experienced ISorte and Fen ale ibjtic'an, Presents to the attention of Mothers her Soot hi ng Syrup I OK CH1XDHEN TF.ETHIMi, . which crcatly facilitates tl e rncera of teething, by loltci.ii g the gun a, r duiiin til ii flan matiir.s, will allay, AI L 1 Al" and rra,n.(dicactjin, and ia s ure to Regulate the Bowels. ., (pcrdvpon if, n others, It ill give rest to your selves and TttUei und llnlih Jo Yonr InfiintN. We lave put up and told thta article for over 30 j cair, at i can sat in coi-fium e ami tbctd of it what vie have neer been able to aayof any otb- ermediolnc Mtvm bas it failed in a binoli ir-aTAKCK TOir rci A Ctir, hen timely used. Never did we know an inatatce of dissatisfaction by any oi e who used it. On the contrary, all are dcligfited with its or erationr, and apeak in terms of (omuieudation of ita magical effects and medica iituo;.( We speak in this matter "what wi io row, alter sti jeara experience; AM) flidgi Ol'K KEllTiTlON FOh THK K LFll LalFKT OP WHAT w I BElut DKCLAJtK, In almost every inatancewbere the it.Ur.t is tutleiing from pain and exhaustion, tellef will be found in fifteen or twenty minutes af ter the syrup is administered. . Full directiu a lor using will accompany each bob tie. time genuine unlets the fao-siu.ile of ClK T1S & l'LUhlfv t-, jew Yirk, ia on the outside wrapper. hold by all rrnpgir-ts throughout tbe wrld. PRICE, ONLY 35 CEM8 FEB BOTTLE api23-Utit0ni L1F1 -IIKA1.TH-H1 VI.GHI. Lii'iiii:Airn-srm;iTii. HFli-IIEALril stki:ktii. ( , J ;. " i ...... B THE GREAT FRENCH H-EMEDyT" DR. JUAN DELAMARRE'S CELEBRATED SPECIFIC PILLS' J'rtpartd Jrom a prttcription of Dr. Jvan Dda- nunrt, Chit Phyiciun of tt llotpital du S3 IV. X Aerdoai LunboUUrt of Pari. This invaluable medioine la no Imposition, butts nnfailiiiK in theoureof Speruiatorrbffi or Seminal Weakness. Kveryapeoiea ol (ienitaj or Urinary Ir ratibility, Invo.untaiy or lightly Seminal Emia aiona troiu whatever cause produced, or however aevere, will be speedily relieved and tne or gans restored to healthy action. Jitad the following opinioni of tminmt trtnek pKytivUtm; , W have used the Speoifio Pills prepared by Oaranoiere A Dupont, No. XH Rue Lombard, from the prescription of Dr. Juan Delamarre, in our pri vate praotioe with uniform success, aud we believe there ia no other medicine ao well calculated to cure all persons sulteririg from involuntary Emissions or any ether weakness ot the Sexual Organs, whotber eeuted by a aedentary mode of living, exoeeses, or abuse. R. A.BEACBEPARIK.M. D. O. . DUJAUlflN, M.D. - , JEAN LE LEU CURE, M.U. JParis, MaySth.lWB. 3 BEWARB UF tyUUNTEltFElTS. TheMiulne Filla are told by all the prlnolpar Druggists throughout the W orld. i'rioe Oue ioila per iux, or Six boxes for Five Dollara. OARANCIERE ADUFONT. Sole Froprietors. ' -,.. o. 8H Hue Lombard, Farie. One Dollar inclosed to any authorized Agent will Insure a a. ox by return mail, securely sealed irum CI Observation; Six boxes for Five Dollars, jbote Uneral Agents ior America, ' OSCAB 0. MOSES ft CO., . ..- . ,..J70'ourtlandtst..N.r. Agents for Cnlumbusand violni ty, S.E.SAMUEL asdtt. UVULA'S. , , (iulyl3'66-d&weoU tetSfif IACUA nAOKOLlA. ,. i ' ' . A toilet delight The ladies' treasure and gentle aBetfr boonl The 'sweetest thing" and largest quantity, i, Manufaeturetl from the rioh Southern Magnolia. Used for batbing the face and person, t reader the skin tott and fraab, to prevent eruptions to perfume clotoing, Ao. . bit overeomea the nnpleaeant odor of perspiration. It removes redness, tavn, blotches, Ao, It ourea nervotu headache and allaya inflammation, 4( oools, aof tena and adda delioaoy to the skin, ' It yields a subdued and lasting perfume. ' ' ittuics musqueto bitea andatings of imeota. . , Hteen tains no material injurioua to tbe skin. - Fatrouiaed by Actraasea and Opeia-bingera. It la ?haA-arfery lady should have.. Sold everywhere; if lb Magnolia Water onoe and yon will 'see ne ether Cologne, Farfumery; or Toilet W ater after- "" G 1 ii fbEM'AS BARNES :c6T 1 I rry f Frope. Kxdusive Agents, N. . SectaVifawly u...- .. ? . .U ft -.-.,, flbira-.iv., . yl. ' ' w . : i.i'li.u .'..i .w ' w. . . i AMUSEMENTS. ' ? Opera House. OPEN AGAIN" TO NIGHT I THIS -WXIZaXX OTVXjTSri MATINEES Wednesday, Friday and Saturday Afternoons. IMMENSE SUCCESS! Tbe larae and capao'ous Opera Houso packed to Its utmort capacity tn witness the molt extiaordi rary rxhibition in the woild. Tbe great Original Miltonian Tableaux, FROM LONDON, ENGLAND. Apmiriiov 1'arquette and Press Circle, ZiOcts. Family Circle, 3ft cts Adinis'i' n to Matinees (all parts (d the house), 23 cts.! Children, 15 cm. heats may be secured at John Scltter's Mqsio Store duiing the day, with' ut extra charge. Locrs i pen in the evening at 7n ; coiuuirnces 5.'.'. Doora open to Matinee at 2 rmnmvnces at 3. A. M. DOKLAND, Managrr. F. C. Uarpikfr, Agent. nnjXt SPECIAL NOTICES. PROF. II, ANDEKSON'S DERMADOR! IS A LIQUID for external application, a valuable ohemicai eornbination.disouvered by a onlebrated Chemial warranted to oure inflammation In alt rasonnl Wounds, llruiscs, Sprains, liurns. Inflam matory MiiPumalixin, nronclntia, pwellirig ot tbe (ilands. Inflammation of the Eves, Broken Ur , Kroicn Keel, Chilblains, Files, I'implps n the Face, llee Stings, and all Sores the human ll'fli is heir to. On Horses and Cattle it cannot he excelled for tha cure of Calls, Calks, Sprains, Wounds, and all hurts on animals. It never fails to cure if used as directed. 11. HA!UJI & CO., Froprietors. ma 10-mchl7-dtw4v4ni-D Buffalo. Cholera! Cholera. IT IS COMING 1 All should be prepared to ward it off. not only bv ti e adoption of proper sanitary means, but l.v having at hand some effectual remedy tor ready use when t he dp adid disease appears. It is the opinion ot eminent Fh.isicians that iwstca'cs of Cholera tan he readily cured if a proper romsdy is used early. Such a remedy wo now ofl'ertothe public in the article of Dr. J. lit. MILLEH'8 UNIVERSAL MAGNETIC BALM With the fullest cnnfnlcncein its remedial qualities aaal'KEVhiNTlVK and CURE for CHOLERA. It haa been Ihoiouulily tested, and we speak advisedly w hen we commend it to the pnldic as the best known reme.Lv for CiluLtRA AD lfOWEI, viOM l'LAINTS. 1. RANSOM A CO., Froprietors, mavlO-nichlT liv, Aw4m-o Hull's. o. BAItKllVG IIUtSE OF JAY COOKE & CO. Corner WhIIoV Naaenii s. New Vork. In connection with our bouses in 1'hiladelphia and Washington, we have opened a NEW YORK HOUSE at above location, and offer our services to Hunks, Bankers, and Investors fur the transaction of their business in this city, includirg purchttesaml talcs cf Government Summm, Stockr. Bonds andGomi. We are constantly represented at the S'ock Exchange and Gold lliard, where orders tent us are promptly Oiled. We keep nhandalu supply of GOVKMMENT SKCUHITIKS OF ALL IS UES, buving and selling at current price.;, and allowing corrcspof dents the o.oit liberal rates tho market affords. JAY COOKE A: CO. mavB-lydAw-n DEAD HEADS, or, in other words, bcada wbtso once gloricus locks have Withered and Whitened, can in a few moments be rc-clothcd with all their YOUTH I I I, A I TKACIKnS by a single application of that wonderful talisman, iWTADUIIirS .Mlli DYE. Urizcled waiters and moustache, ladies' curls Into which the snow of age ba prsmalurily drif ed, and red.'randy, or whitey-brown hair, receive, as if by magio, the rarest shades of black or brown from this harmless botanical hair darkencr. Manuractured by J. CRISTAIX'KO.O Astor House, New Voik Sold by Druggists. Applied by all Hair Dressers. mayg-dAwlm-n A Mnglc Hox of ISItANDItETII'S PILLS contains more vcgetablo extractive matter than twenty boxes of any pills in the world bosidej; fifty-five hundred physicians use them in thoir prac tice to tbe exclusion af other purgatives. Tho first letter oi thoir value is yet ioarcely appreciated. When they are better known, sudden death and con tinued sickness ill bo of tbe past. Let those who know them speak right out iu thoir favor. It is a duty which will save lifo. Our race are subject to a redundancy of vitiated bile at this season, and it is as dangerous as it is prev alent; but lirandreth's Fills afford an invaluable and efficient protection. Ily their occasional use we prevent the collection of those impurities which, when in sufficient quantities, cause so much danger to tbe body's health. They soon ouro Liver Complaint Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite, l ain in the Head, Heartburn, Pair, in tbe Breasl-bone, Sudden Faint ness and Cnstiveness. Sold by all respectable Deal ers in Medicines. maj'H-dAwlin-D MACAU'S MAGNOLIA RAL1TI This s the mostdelightful andextraordinary article ererdiscovered. It changes the sun-burnt face and hands to a pearly satin texture of ravishing beauty imparting the marble purity of youth, and the dit tinyut appearance so inviting in tbe city belle of fashion. It removes tan reckles, pimples and roughness from the skit., leaving the complexion tresh, transparent and ai ootb. It eontaina no ma terial injurioua to the akin. Fatronized by Actress es and Opera Singors. It Is whatevery lady should have.- Sold everywhere. Retail price, it) ota. Frepared by W. E. Haoan, Troy, N . Address all i rders to DEMAS BARNES A CO., New York.53 oot9-dwly Honschold Neceeellr Kxlefe for tbe Lee of OL'ItlXO'S CATAKKII S.I IT, Whioh, in tbe first stages of a oold.aots like magic Headache, Hoarseness, Diptberia, and Bronohitis, Sore Eyes, Dcafoess, Bad Taste and Smell, being tbe result of Catarrh. This Snuff removes and pre vents all these, and insures healthy Head. Its effect are pleasant and safe, evon for infants who suffer irotn Su utiles. -id It I ts the highest professional testimonials. Sold by all Druggists, or seut by Mail to all parte of ll. b. or 3b cents lor Ota lk x. or f 1 for Four Boxes. . Address , JAS. DURNO.F.O. ox 1S35, New ork City. At Wholesale, by DEMAS BARNES ft CO. 1 Park Rnw.Ne York. juneS-lyd&w. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE! The Original and Beat In tbe World! The only true and perfect Hair Dye. Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous. Froduoes immediately a splepdid Black or natural Brown, without injuring the hair or skin. Remedies tbe ill effects of bad dyes. Sold by all Druggists. Tbe genuine is signed W Uliam A. Batohelor. Also, ttKtilLNERATlM EXTRACT OK MlLLEFLKURSl for Restoring and Beautifying the Hair i CHARLES BATCHELOR New Tftrk. ' eol8-diwlv . . . , . Colgate's Aromatio "Vegetable Soap. A superior Xolitt keep, prepared Irom refin jd Vegetable Olle in coinllnation with tly. eerlne end .especially designed for the use oi Lsiatea end for tbe Nuraery. Ita perfume is exquisite, and ita waaning properties unrivalled.- j (t sale by all Dniglsts. . ' , feblO-dAwly i Telegraphic. FROM WASHINGTON. Visitors at the Examination at West Point. Wasiii.noto.n. May 22. The Pregldont hits aiolti teil tliB lollowiti)f named pcrtiiis to lie vlrtltors atthrt approHcliln examina tion nt tho United States Military Academy at Wcfct Point, coiiitneni injr on the fl rut Monday In June: Ir'or the State of Ver mont, ltev. John Newman ; Rhode Maud, Thomas i). Turner, of J'rovidenee; New Jei'flpy, General L. rerilne, of Trenton; I'ennfijivanla, Willlatu V. Johnson, of l'ittsburfr; LMawarv, William S. Maeanlvy, Jr., of W'ilmiiijjton: Virginia, Hon. H. J. linrboiir; Roriila, Hon. William Marion; Mississippi and Arkuiifiis, Hon. Josiuh Snow ; Texas. Major Anson 8. Mills, of Washington; Miasou I, General J. Steven on; Ten n twee, Jniljfo S. J. W. Lucky; Kentucky, Judge Kmbree; Indiana, J. I,. Campbell; Illinois, Dr.Janies M. K ilston, of Quincy; Wisconsin, John Me.Minii; Kau nas:, Colonel John I. Miirlin, of Atchison; Oregon, Hon. J. W. Nf smith. Tlie ptMsons appointed will report thenigclve to Hrevet Miijor General Cttllom on their arrival at West Point. Pardoned by the President. The Prefldent yesterday granted pardon to B. Piilmer, of Murlreesboro, Tetin., for merly a Brigadier General In the rebel army, on the strongest recommendations. The President has granted pardons lothe following persona held for criminal of fenses: Charles JO. Monltle,of Illinois, now under arreBt for stealing letters from the postolllee lit Chicago; George Cook, of New Vork, convicted of smtiggling and sen tenced to thirtv days' eonlinement and to pay a line of $100, and James W. Bnwling, of New York, also convicted of smuggling and sentenced to pay a line of $100 and be imprisoned lor sixty days. Employes in the War Department. The War Department reports that of Its employes (W5 were In tho Union army, and but J in the rebel anny. The latter was appointed to a place bv Mr. L'.neoln. be cause he was a deserter und was obliged to have some occupation that would not sub ject him to recapture. Suffering in Louisiana. The suffering In Louisiana in conse quence of the prevailing flood is considera ble. The people in the overflowed districts are actually su tiering lor food. Committee on Claims. The morning papers have the following special Dispatches troin Washington: The House committee on ijaims naveue cided to postpone consideration ol the Sen ate bill for the relief of certain naval con tractors till the 20th of June next. Tills committee have had -lliO cases submitted to then'i this session, and have repined adversely on 3.10 of tbetn. The claims amounted in the aggregate to over $20. 000.000. and the claims allowed have lallen below $100 000. Frank Blair's Case Reconsidered by the Senate. The rctupal of the Senate toconllrm Gen. Frank Blair as Collector of Internal Ueve nue at St Louis, was reconsidered by that body In Executive session on Friday, and the whole subject reopened. Appointments in Wisconsin. J. B. Smith aud Major Cheeny aro re ported to have been appointed collector and assessor fir tho First Congressional Distrtictof Wiscon.-iu. vice Emerson anil Jit'onson removed. Col. Starr is also spoken of as almost certain to receive the Post umstcrship of Milwaukee. Geo. Shea, of New York, who has been a week In Washington attending to the pre litniiiaries for Jell. Davis1 trial, has gone to Portress Monroe to consult bis client. Instructions to Minister Campbell. The Instructions to Mr. Campbell, our Minister to Mexico, will not be completed till the return of Mr. Seward, whoit is said is opposed to giving any decided aid to the Liberals. For this reason it is also said Gen. Logan declined the mission. Miscellaneous Items. Tho Judiciary committee of the House have received letters from leading lawyers throughout the country, in opposition to Senate bill reorganizing the present judici ary system of the United States. A mnjority of the Senate committee on the District of Columbia are said be in favor ot governingthe District by a Commission er, and doing away entirely with the elec tion of Mayor and Council. Among ttie amendments to the Tax bill Is one taking oil' from passengers the two and a half per cent, tax saddled upon them by the Internal Jtevenue bill. It will be put upon tbe corporations. Prepared to Redeem. The Secretary of tbe Treasury announces that he is prepared to redeem," before ma turity, all certificates of Indebtedness fall iugdue In June, July or August, ISGli, witli accrued interest thereon, it presented be fore May 31, ami that thereafter such tertili cutes will eeae to bear interest. Spain Preparing for War. It is reported that Spain is actively pre paring ior the coming shock of a gre.it European War. Her Mediterranean posi tions were being rein forced. It was thought an offer on the part of the U.ilted States of mediation between Spain and her enemies in the Pacific, would be very agreeable to tbe Cabinet of tbe Queen. The J'resident has pardoned three of the Alexandria rioters seut to the Albany Pen last winter. Politicians Stirred Up. Specials toevening papers say: Politicians are stirred up by tho continued removals ot Radical office-holders and the appointment of volunteer ofllcers of the army and navy in tbeir Sensible. The committee of Ways and Means have agreed to an amendment of the Tax bill providing that lists ot incomes shall not be published, nor lurnished for publication, but that they shall be open to private in spection in the ofllce of the collector. FROM SAN FRANCISCO. Fenian Mass Meeting—Hong Kong —French Ship Seized by Coolies. San FHAKCisco,May 21. Fifteen thousand Fenians assembled at the People's Park, San Mateo, to express devotion to the cause of Ireland ai.d to use their influence to heal the dissensions existing among the Fenian Brotherhood. The utmost har mony and decorum prevailed. Speeches were made by John Hummel, State Centre, Colonel Walsh, ot General Sweeny's staff, and others. The brig Carl Lndwig has arrived with dates from Hong Kong to March 15th. Sir Richard Graves McDonnel had arrived there and been inaugurated Governor with great ceremony. .The French Coolie ship Hong Kong had been seized by the Coolies on board of her. When tho vessel was recovered from them sho wag discovered to be covered with blood and dead Coolies. A collision had occurred on board a ves sel in the Macoa trade, in which one hun dred Chinamen were killed. ... i Mining stocks continue much depressed, notwithstanding the yields of bullion are as large as usual, and capital available at low er rates of interest. FROM NEW HAVEN. Election of U. S. Senator, New Haven, May 23. The Senate con curred with the House to-day In electing Oris S. Terry United States Senator, to suc ceed Mr. Foster, whose term expires on the 4th of March, 1867. The vote wa strictly a party one, standing, Terry (Rep.) 13, uuDDaro. t ueni.js. FROM NEW YORK, Further About the Great Fire. Xkw York. May 23. Tito loss at tho Academy ot .Music conflagration was, with ad joining buildings, not much over $1,000, 000. The Academy, with the grouod, cost $375,000, upon which there was an in mirancn of $120,000. It is estimated that $200,000 will be suinclcnt to rebuild the Opera House. The managers have met and determlr ' have the Academy rebuilt by tbe firs' Of V - Snr. It i Dow Mcerta' 1 that two firemen, David Watert and Pa er Welch, were burned Their remains were re covered this mono..,.. Ilarrols in a restaurant in the rear of the Academy were set on tire, which caused the conflagration ; no doubt tbe work of an Incendiary. The Same Old Story from Generals Steedman and Fullerton. Newspaper reports from the Investiga tion commissions of Generals Steeduian and Fullcrton at Port Royal, South Caro lina, and Savannah, Georgia, present a far more favorable condition oi affairs ns ex isting among the freed men In Port Royal, J'Mistoand the Hilton Head Islands. Under the administration of General Scott, the Commissioner of South Carolina, matters are progressing very satisfactorily. The same old story of Northern peculation ami nialleasance, however, Is told In relating the condition of the sea island settlers. In Georgia the report Is to the effect that the Freetlmeu's Bureau is an obstacle in the way of kindly feeling between the whites and blacks. Napoleon's Speech at Auxerres. The following is the text of Napoleon's speech at Auxerres, to which is attributed the cause for the financial panic in Eng land and Europe: I see with pleasure that the memory of the first empire has not been eflaced l'rotn your minds. Believe me, for my own part I have inherited the feelings entertained by the chief of niv family lor this energetic and patriotic population, who sustained the J'jnperor in goon: or evil fortune. 1 have a debt of gratitude to discharge toward Yonne. This department was tho first to give me its suffrages in ls!4S, because it knew, with the majority of the French people, that iti interests were my interests, and that I detested, equally with them, those treaties of 1831 which it is now sought to make the sole basis of our loreign policy. 1 thank you for the sentiments you have expressed toward me. Among you I breath freely, for it Is among the working populationboth in town ami country, that I find the real genius of France. Senator Wright Dead. Hon. Win. Wright. U. S. Senator from New Jersey, died at his residence in Tren ton this morning. Failures in the Gold Room. Two failures are reported in the gold room, and there are rumors of failures of four lor small amounts. Financial. Tbe money article says : The drain upon tbe banks tor the payment of checks drawn against gold continues to be severely felt among parties dependent upon loans. Most of tlieoutstanding 5 per cent. .loans hove been put up to lif 7 per cent., and this morning the demand from borrowers is very active, the general rate being 7 per cent, on call, with exceptions at 0 per cent. Tho demand, however, Is readily met, nor does there seem to beany ground for apprehension that there will be dillictilty in borrowing at the current rates. The Bunks are perhaps not unwilling to keep the market somewhat close, so as to sustain a rate of G(iT7 per cent., anil for this reason they are not likely to lull back upon their clearing house certificates or upon their temporary deposits in the Treasury, except under a sharper pressure than at present exists. Tbe market, however, h likely to receive steady relief from tint Treasury, through the present action of one-year eertilieates for redemption. The sub-Treasury bas delivered about $1,000.00(1 ot gold this morning on account ot Mon day's sale. A similar amount was d livered yesterday, and to-morrow from three to tour millions will be deliverable, which will complete the transactions with the late buyers ot gold. Tliis morning the stock market was.de pressed under the pinch iu the money market. On the one side there was some realizing, and on the other considerable bidding to cover shorts. A large amount of short contracts, however, are being put out, so that it may be questioned whether tbe market is now less over sold than be fore the present condition of affairs. The bears assaulted Erie very sharply with a view to depressing the market generally, and the price fell 3 per cent., closing at G,?.f; prices are g2,le lower. Govern ments more active'ttutl tteady atabotit yes terday's prices, except 7-30's, which aro B'e lower, Discounts less active. The banks at present prefer call loans to paper, and bills are l percent, higher, with a slight ac cumulation in tbe hands ot dealers. Foreign Exchange is nominal at about yesterday's figures. Gold in large demand for export, and the price tends strongly upward. Gold has run up to 139 this afternoon with much excitement in the market. FROM MEMPHIS. Arrival of the Congressional Committee Arrival of the Congressional Committee--Strike Among Colored Laborers. Cincinnati, May 23. A special to tho Gazette from Memphis says tho Congres sional committee sent there to investigate the recent riot, arrived yesterday, aud will commence their work to-day. Colored levee laborers at Memphis struck tor higher wages yesterday, and attempted to parade the streets. The FreHdmen's Bu reau authorities fearing another riot, caused the arrest of the strikers and conveyed them to the tort. Examinations of Gens. Stoneman and Fisk—A Descent on Labor Brokers. Mhmpuis, .May 23. The Congressional committee to-day examined Gen. George Stoneman and Gen. Fisk, and ulso have been engaged in looking over the records of the Military Commissions on tbe riot. Goneral Fisk to-day made a haul of labor brokers of the class who have been demor alizing the freed men by inducing them to desert their employers for increased wages, embark on steamers, jump off and return to the city, Ac. Many ot them were bounty jumpers during the war. FROM HAVANA, Discovery of Guano—Petroleum— St. Domingo—Another Revolution in Hayti. ' New York, May 23. The Tribune's news from. Havana to the 18th lost., says: Several caves of guano have been discover-, ed on the Island. The Petroleum diggers are progressing fairly. Gen. Dulce has been requested by Gen. Lezundi to delay bia departure until the latter arrives. Orders have been issued by the Geabor nator Civil, forbidding the giving of lec tures In private houses. : J The Government monopoly on tobacco has been abolished. Advices irom St. Domingo to the 15th, stat that President Baez was passing sent ence f death on prisoners of war and con spirators captured by bis men. The Hay tiens had been defeated by troops of Baez. Another revolution had been plotted in Hayti, and President Jeflrard had no con fidence in his troops. I 1 ,. A. . . .." ! m Cincinnati, May 23. At a meeting of tobacco 'manufacturers and dealers held here tiiis morning, resolutions of thanks to Uon. R. CScheuck were adopted for hit action on tho tobacco tax bill. FROM ST. LOUIS. The Presbyterian Assemblies. St. Louis, 23. Aside from two or three rases, including the complaint against Louisville Presbytery, being put upon 'the docket for trial, the selection of Cincinnati as the next place of meeting of the Assem bly, and a speech from Hon. M.Jones, of Ualtlmore, In reply to Hon. S.Galloway, ot Ohio, yesterday, nothing of special Im portance transpired In the Old School As sembly. The trial of the Louisville Pres bytery case will probably commence to morrow. In the New School Assembly the time was mainly occupied iu presentation ot re ports from various eonnvlttees, and other i on; 1 jc business, The Presbyterian Assemblies. XXXIXth CONGRESS--1st Session. Washington, May 23. SENATE. Tlieinorninn hour ai spent in tlie discussion, nf a bill to bridge the -Mitaii-sinpi river aC Winona, Min- llOLlI At one o cluck tbe reconstruction resolutions wtre taknn up. Mr. hlJMXKK urned delay, be'ioving the country bad gained much hy the p(iipineinciit aire id v. .Mr. l-b.-hNDLN tliuuuht ttievaiiuuld be con sidered now. rvmie do: ate followed on rostooniiiir. durins which .Mr. M.MMB raid he did not think tho business of the Senate in such conditiun a to wairant ad journiiieut bol'ore the lattorpartof July.auJ thought lins oiivht to be reserved aj tuu Jail subject belure adjournment. Air. i;N. fcnrt oppoe1 postponement. The resolution wa tinal y tnli!n up and read. Mr. HO W AKl) explained the bill at lenzih. and odered a suhtfiituto: 1 hat nu Stain Htm l make or enforce anr an ahri lKinit the privilic or immunities of citizens of tho United State', nor shall a'iy State deprive aiy pcr.ion of lifo, liberty or prup irty, nor deny any person equal protection of the lawj. JVo class of persons as to the riit'it ot whom to sullraun any dis- orimiiiHt'ou shall he made on account of di.-quilifl-catiou lor participation in rebellion or other crimes. hecuon three iennres the rehol debt and main tains tho public dent of ihe luiited Stales. The fourth secuuu dives C juacua power to euio.ee Ibis la . Mr. Allhn lunstitute was ordered printed. Mr. Wll.SON offered an amendment mat repre- seuutive., be itpp irtioned amo k the several Spates according to their respective nu'iihers, and if the t'.v 'live franchise in a i State nhall he don ed any malo 01t17.cn ot the L inlet Mate, i t tnc a;ool twen-tv-ouo year for any cauo otuer than insurrection anaiuaitha L'uiied Sluto.,, the bari. (if representa tion in such aiatu shall be reduced in proportion. Ordered printed. A substitute was also oTcred that no person shall be Senator or Keprescntntivo, or hull any office un der the United States troveruinent, who, iiaviuir previously Uken theoa li to support the Ouni-tiiu-liou, shiiil have taken part iu the rebellion. Ordered primod. A utMt:tuto was also proposed that debts in curred in aid of rebellion are illccl ami void, and no compensation shill be made for loss ot slave,. The above substitutes were for diheront cctions of House resolutions. Witiiout lurther action, after hxceutive Session, adjourned. ROUSE. Mr. Mi'llL'Elt, of California, from the Post office coxmktee, reported a jo.nt resolution authorizing ttie Postmaster General to pavan additional salary to loiter earners iu Sail Francisco, which wa, real a third time aud paitol. On motion of Mr. JULIAN, the Senate amend ments to the bill to dtspoxc of public lauds tu actual settlers iu certain S uihern Slates were disuKreed t, and adoulercncc committee asked tor. Ju motion of Mr. UOS.s, it was ordered that the fame number of tho i.uricultural report lor Iff 4 he printed lhal was printed of tin report for lool), tin inotii.flof Mr. WIMIU.M, the Secretary of the Interior was p q ioded to sttte thecxpeuse nf school boues an-l maintenance of school, iu thcditlieiit axencios in Daeotah. toiethor with the condition of the agency and its nmnaueoicut. On motion of Mr. IIIUWKU,, of California, the committee on Agriculture was d..s harce 1 from fur ther consideration of thu bill donating public lands to the American Troa 1'ropaxation aud l.aud t;oin puiy, for coudiiclini: experiments respecting forest tree culture, aud the bill wa laid on the taide. The House then took uo the bill rcpo.ted yester dav, to continue in force and to uoimd tiie net cstsb lishinat the Krecd men's Kureuii. Thu 1st section was amended on motion of Mr. I" .Hint, by reducing the term ot thu continuaneo uf the act l- two years in st"ad of three years. .Mr. 'I1A. PLUK desired to know wherein this bi 1 differed from the I'rcc.liueu'' Hurt ft ii bid which the l're-idnt had vetoed'.' Mr. KI.I.IOT uudoitiN.k to inform Mr. Chandler on that point, and to explain ttrltttim the provisions ol the various sections. I'h.'liist section, he said, simply continued the liureau for two years, while the bill veto) by the President wis iiclcjiiito in its duration. He proposed on the conclusion ot his ro lnaras to move ihe previous question. Mr. I.KlM.OM) fiihi there were gentloinori on his side of (he House who itcsiroit i discuss ihe bill, ami he therefore hoped it would not be pressed upon its pissage now. '1 Imre were iinponaut tcntures in it which lie thought oii'4ht to be considered, lie M ils opposed euiireiy to the theory and principle of tiie bill. The reports of Generals Kullerton and Steedman rhowe.i that the svsimn at ulren.lv in. aimiuated was obj ctonable iu every for it, and if uiose roports were true it was t ne duty ot Congress to uholisu Iho . sy-tem at once, and leave the Colored people to niaku their own living in the siiino way as tho poor whites uf thocouiitry. The naileries t the House were crowded day after day with stout, hedrtv, ablc-bodietl colore 1 men, who lo aii nppear Hticediew their rations from tho Government. Tho system aas a nii-cbei vous one and ouiiht not to be encouraged by Congress. While Mr. LoMond was spoakin? the morning hour expired and tho bill went over until to-uior-row, in the morning hour. The ilouso thou went into committee of the Whole ir, liawes in ihe chair and resumed considera tion of the Tax bid, commencing wiih the paragraph on bank issues. On motion of Mr, MORUIS, the paragraph was amended by adding the following: Returns required to bo made by such provident institutions and sav ings loin us alier Jul,', lrtitt snail hemade'U the first Monday of January ami J uly of each year, in such torm and manner as may be presented by tho Com missioner ot Internal Keveuue. Air. Ill, AIM'., of Main, moved to amend by ad ding to it, "and provided, turther, that in lieu of all other tuxos imposed on .National lianas there shall h. realtor bo levied, collected and paid a tax of one halt per cent, per annum ou the averano amount of these deposits." This gave tiso to considerable debate, which was participated in by .Messrs. lilain, I'iko, Lynch. Ke l.v, lloiitwell, Cooper, Uoiubkins, Kaudall of Fetiu.. and Morrill. Mr. HANDAIJ, spoke as to the iiocesity of revis ing the system of deposits in the .Naiion.il Banks, as the present system led to immense lo.-ses to the Gov ern ineiit. Mr. MDRUIU1, argued as to the nceessitr of such revision, decUring that be was .-a'l-tio 1 that unless snmo relief was given to National Hanks they wore in peril. He was willing togive souie relief, hut he wished that subjcot to come up iu iis proper pla e The auieiyjment was rejected and nu other uia.enal change was made iu the paragraph. The amendment relatiug to tho Income tax pro voked a good deal of oiscussion, Mr. l'ike having moved an amendment re-enaotiug the present law, and Mr. Spaldiuz moving an amendment to impose an additionxliluty of 3 per coot on the excess uf in comes over a,(ioo. Mr. ROSS offered an amendment making the dis criminative tax 1,15, it) or 25 percent. .Mr. MOKR1LL opposed the amendment, giving it as his opimou that tho tendency of such discrimina tion wou'd be to repress enterprise and promote ab aen'eeism. Tho debate was continued by Spalding, Sloan, Payne and Hale iu tavor ot the amendments, aud by Morrill and uavis against them. Mr. PIKE advocated letting the whole matter of the income tax go over till next Congress, leaving the wholo law as it now is. Mr. SHALDl.NG withdrew his amendment, and the amendmontof Mr. Ross was rejected. The amendment offered by Mr. rike was adopted. This leaves tho law as it at present stands, with a tax of hve per cent, on incomes up to toiino, and a tax of ten por cent, on the excesa over Suouo, the only difference being that tho limit of the first 0U0 is extended to I oiKt. The vote on it was 67 to 4-J. Mr. ANCONA offered an amendment to make the thousand dollar limit apply to th present year. The amendment was rejected. Among the deductions to be made in estimating incomes, there were added, on motion of Mr. Wilson, of Iowa, losses actually sustained during tho yoar, arising from fire, shipwreck or in tiade and debts as certained to be worthless.but excluding all estimated depreciation of value. The committee here rose and the Speaker present ed a mo-sago trnm the President iu answer to the resolution of the 37th of April requesting a collation of the pr visions in reference to the freedmen con tained in the Constitution of the Soutnern Stales and in the laws of those Suites since the suppression of the rebellion, transmitting a report Irom tha Sec retary of State. Referred to committee on Recon struction. Tho SPEAKER also prosentod a message from the President, transmitting a report from tbe Secre tary of tha Treasury in compliance with (he House resolution of the 7th of May, calling foz iniormatioo in reierenoe to olorks em ployed in the several Execu tive Departments nf the Government. Roloried to the com in it tee on Civil Service . ... Mr KElCHlM.of Hew Vork, presented the pe tition ot Goo. 1). Hull and filty-one others, citizens of 1'oui hkeep.de, N. Y..aeking forprotectionat;aiut UIMUB, 111.', IOITB ,11 l.iri IIIl-O iO lU-UI.IIUD. The House then, at 4:St) o'elock. took a rooasa tint if TiSUo'olock in tha evening. . . u M S. W. ANDREWS, -7 Attorney at Law. OFFICE-ln the Buckeye Block, CORNER OF UIUH AND BROAD BTRKETS. O" Entrance on High street. .niayll-dly 1 THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Franklin Com ty Agricultural Societr for ihe altotion al etneers for toe onir.iDg year; will he held at tha r'air Grounds, on SATUKOAV, J UNE, 8d, at 1 o'clock f. ii. A fu.l attendance is earnestly desired C. 8. UUSiX. See'j. may22 vJ T COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Money Market—May 23. Mil VI.' l-M..U . ..! it - ........... ...,lnii .win, 111 uiur Bb aw per cent, eli..y at latter rate. Itlll.I.TII JiAVilLAAUIl-MeaUT Bt 10D9 iOfD Hxeitel and dccirlelly In'g'ier; opmims; at m;(. advancing; nt 1;,', declining t 137, arH pldsini at V-flX. OOVEKNMEKT STOCKU-IIeavr and . per cent. Inwer. r'REIOHTeJ To Liverpool dull and nouinnll unchanged. New York Stock Market—May 23. -at 4 o'elock I. M. open board. The following were the principal sales: Western t'n'on Telograph. l)4'; New York Central. 07,; ('rie. C7?,; Hudson, lie H; Reviiog, 107'i; Michigan Southcrlii Illinois Central, 110,' J'lttsburg. f.'i);. , Regular Stocks lower. Uold. 137; rittsburg, r'rt, Wayne Chicago, IHJf: Chicago k Rook In land. 90; ''lcveUind Toledo, 103; Chicago ad Northwestern, preferred, 56; (;icveland4 Pittsburgh, M; Miuou Central. U7; MiebigauSniithei-n, 7;, Jleadinir, Hudsou. llO1.,'; Erie.. Western L nion Teeirrs(di,tJii.Jii n't HI coup ins. 1034 do5!iU oupons, 'Vl, list,; rt "SS, 101 '; 1U-40 coupons. 94 i.; Missou i li s, 74;; Ohio A A!isiiippi Ccrtifiuat,. 27; 7-30's. 1. 1 beriBiH. 101 . . New York Market—May 23. COrTOW-liecidodly more active and fully lo higher a' 3.. ; h LOU K Opened quiet, afterwards became more active, advince I lOffl If,-, nd c'ose l quiet; Srt WA ft 0(1 tor extta tat; !l liKsyOGS for round hoop Ohio, and 9 7n'13 US for trade branaa WII'SK VDull and unc-inged. V HE A T 'J allc bc!t r with nothiiic: of moment, doing; now No. I Milwaui,eebuut 92 13. It VK l inn; Western at DCc. ' CORN lo better, with luodorate demand; P5 86c for new mixo l western alloat; H5c 'or do ti ar rive; 6"M lor old mixed western afloat, and Hie for Do inftrior in store. OATS-Shado flnrer: f3353Jie for now western: and5swo?'jcfornH do. COEEEE- H Id higher, but quiet. SCHAK!,c bigjer; lu.'.tavllijiii for Cuba. MOI.ASSM yuietend firm. , I'r.THOI.KI'M Kinneraml quiet at, 27'3ii7kc for Crude, aud ti;5 Ha for refined in botnj.; - rOKK Steady but not very active; tSMSlWr. t'2 for new mess, closing at 3u 50, regular; ii'J (id's S 25 old do, and 24 2.Va24 M or primo. -Also, 6,31.0 brls new mess, for May, June. July arid August, fellers' and buyers' option, at iiU 7531 80 75. IfKKH Steady at previ ius prioes. HEEK HAMS Kirm at 17 0048 00. . CLT MEATS-Uiiclinnged. KACO.N-0.met and fir n. liUili Kirmerat 1!)2'.',-, and small sales. t lltUSK AtsJ.'4c; a'so too brls June, buyers' epti.n. tiiy,u. lit' ITER-Quiet at 3')aj for .Ohio andSCSiOo for state. . . Cincinnati Market. -1'ricos have declined to 25?a por lb. for choice ye low Central Ohio Tiiero is very little J osiorn Reserve arriving, a. ol it ia held at 3033c. Interior qualities eell at l:iii'.'ll. .. COKKEE Common Rio, !i! VTO.'ie; fair tngood do, 2420:. and choice d, 270 pt.rjh, Jaais stcsil v ut XitaJnc f(,r goo l to choice. CHEESE Tho market is steady for the best qual ities of new at 15rpcr lb, actual tare Inferior sell all the nar down to i:ij ac -ording to quality. EtitiS l'riees have advanced toSUi'.'lc por dozen for prime in pood Bhipping order. r 1,0 U Ii Superliiii, til (luSiU 60 for good toeoico b'amla of oity nil country; extra, 10 On'gJlO 7,,-. family. 11 (012 O'l.aid fancy, I2 5uu U Ho. Hve flour is steady at W 3; toe ss!-s repnrteil to.,lar were 2i.O brls superfine nt i'J T6, 100 do at itl III 2 0 brls extcs at I0 iki. 21 doar $lu 2.',, Km Ion; tlO 60,' 50 do nt till 7.1, and 100 brls tancy at il3 (d. ORAI.N Extra old red is no he d at 2 7", Ko. 1 do wui nffercl at ii ti'J: No 2 so d at ii .; .Vo. 1 new winter was oilered n; $J 4.V-.' Sii; N... it sold at $i 2oa 2.1; n-ie oel is held ut l Mkjcj Oi); extra apring sobl at $ J Irt I io, nut is held 5? ig'uei- 'o 1 would bring fa 00; No. a is offered at it 7.V41 f5' rcj:iol do ranges Hum -1 fa lo 1 6u. C .m is rlml' and prices hived . elinel 1 1 57jS-'c f r No. 1 inind' in iiu.k or elevator, und Cr svoOc iu sacka. too b-ish-els sold a' Oe in sacks. W bite is iioininu1 at (ids in elcvtor, and 74c ia sacks. Ear sold at 53d at 'bo tipper depot. Oats, N. 1 r,; in eleva or. 3 Osio bush , i at cana at 4:. No. are held at 42 .c. Rye is dull, b ,t held Arm at 7sc''(c for No. .'and No. 1 Hsiley is iiiichiirn'C'l. I'rinio S into fall and Canada spring will com-uniid l iigl 25. Halt is quiet at SI 4'la:l CO tor prime nc. and ?1 Oifor choice ool. MOLASSKS-Vorto Rico r! fOSOOj n,.- ciiHon. sorglm n, 'MniS; anj roiinud sirups at 7."ic'l 25 percalon. . . I'RIH I-I0NS Mess l'orkop-nel at 3l Oil, and elos,.,l lirm at :) 50, with sules of i'm hris at Jl on. 31H.I ,lJai jjn 7.-,, 4iiu j0 a. s,, .,,( u,,j buyer' option alt this month at ..u fi.','a. liacon is firmer, shoulders are held at li '4 -U4'.. , soles 17c sr.d dear' sides l'.ic.a 1 packed; lo iihds eboulJers sold nt 14V. and 2Uiihis c,.hr sides at 1U-. ;a.ns nrj rstlier nuiel, but held linn al 2.1J, 2lo for p ain.and 2iSa Uiiin or sugar-cured envassed ami packed. Dried lioef is held iit'ijaijB; per M. Ciesr ide are held firm at 17'c,and hams at J s; 2r, loose. 1 bore is not niiieh denann for bird, and very little offered: 110 tierces prime oity kct.le rendered E.11 at 21,o. Head lard is held iiooiinullv ut 2Cc. l'riuie lard in kegs is hold at 2'jJ'.&23i. SI'dAK-RdW. it frl5'; yollow refined. H tir.c: white soft rctuoa, lBja gtltic, and hard refiued, 18' (l.'ic per lb. Cleveland Market. Fl.OnR-Citymalo XX red held at f!4 MaJIS do do AX wlii'o 15 aUgilfl O'J, and choice XX spring (10 ,'miiHo 75. WHEAT Sales 2 cars No. 1 Milwaikeo spring at 9 It); 4 ciij-s do do at ii o:. CORN Quiet and steady at 63c for No. 1 mixed: 64c for velloiv. . OATS-IWdat440;fiirXn. 1 Ohio. ' K E Steady. Held at 85c for o. 1 from atore, PhRIv U lfairrriidedouiano; No. 1 City .Mess t1 14): No, 2 Mess 30 ihj; I'rimo Mess $27 00;' Clear 633 01). EARD Steady at 23c in barrels 24j in kegs for city-rendered; 20$.'lc f r country-rendered. UEET ateady aud firm s. fid oo fur city packed mess. S .IOKE1) MEATS City sugar enrel Hams 233 24c; do .-shoulders 14c; Kried liecf 2ia.ic; liaeou le-.o , the outside figures torcanvassea. HI .'XT Ell Silos h tubs choice Western Reserve at 30 :. ' ClIliKSE'-Therango is iodise, the ouiwiafitf-' ure fur tho best offered - U. EtitiS-ileld al lr'$l!)j, Hltill W 1NE.- Modcia'e rrquest at tZ SIJ 22. Alit'ttllOI. Steadr. i r.logne Spirits, ?4 tk 4 5!i. M per een. pent. Alchohul 49; Neutral l'r- nf Spirits S."(9a 40. PETnOl.r.CM-Mark t dull and nominet, bnt pri. es are unchanged. Held at s739c in bond; 57 5Jc free 1Ah.E Ft-n Firm and in giod demand.. Wliito Kih s fin; Pickerel. fs 00; 1 rout f 7 60, Ras $5 .10; Herring f4 50, all per half hhl. HAY Loose from teams 910 COsjia 00; pressed fin nfl20 on. I'O i'ATOES Ssles 5 can I'eaoh lilows in bulk at $1 lfi; lid bids do do at 3 20 por barrel. WATER LIME Firm and in good demand at: 12 00 for Akron and Oswcg i. UHANS Held at 1 .SOgrJ 00 for good to prime. SALT Held it, 2 55 lor Fine; it 00 for oiarse Onondaga; f2 55 for Saginaw. . - t ALE AMI I'DHTER-Presentl'seXXAleflO OO Stock $12 00114 011: Old StocK $15 00; Cream $11 00; Kennctttla 00; Porter $14 U0. Guardian's Sale. IN PItKM;A!CK OF AN OKDE11 OF the Probate Court nf Franklin enuntv. Ohio, niadeon the 18th day of May, A. 1). 168, in the case ol Joseph C. Howell. Gunriian uf Clinton Davis and others, against his wards el al .the undersigned will, on tbe ' 2Srh day of May. A. D. 1S0C, at 10 o'clock A. M., at the door of the Court Ponse, in t rank1 in count y, offer at public sale the following described real estate situate in the city of Colum bus, in Fra .klin enuntv, Ohio, to-wit: Lots Nos. W. c:. dl, 1U3, I2, end tbe undivided one-eighth part of the Hime'tesd Lot, situate dir Lar.oll's addition to tho city of Columbus. forms of Sulc Two-tifttisof niie-sixthcash in hand onthodavof sa e, threcfifths of one-ixth on the iirst duv ,.f Octol er nert, nm-sixth mi the firet day of April. 1887. one-third on the first !, of April, and one-third on the first day of April, lfofl. to be se-ured by mortgage on the prenvses sold, and the deferred payments to bear interest at tho, rale of ix pereeiituin perannum. payable annually. , Appraised, each Lot, at $500, and tho undivided one-oighth of Homestead Lot at $1125. ( V , -J0-EPII O. HOWELL, " ('uardian of Clinton Davis and others. '" may23-d5t . SPRING & SUMT.1ER GOODS. HUNTER'S Clothing Emporium,, No. 220 South High St., v " COI.DItlllL'M, OHIO. T HATE JUJ8T KF.CF.IVEI A UJtGB ever brought to this oity, conaiating of . T1 Jr. ' 's- W IV- 11 .sj j-.-in-ii, jEMerllK.il nnd : : " , '. o l)uue8tio Olotllaa, . , :r , CatBlmorea., Ai.,t For Gentlemen's wear.whioh I will saU at the low, eat Cs.su pnoes, ,- . . . , Aim ktwo constantly on, band well selected sookof,: ,-.,. t m, I READY MADE CLOTHING. M, : JOHH HDJiTKa -in pr9S-aU . i . -i Mo South High street i i hi N'fi.i i' tuv r tti, on i t ' '' i v " r 1 GOUH BOARD AKD VEIL lahad rooms fuc tiie aoeomraodaliea of a fowl persons. Terms reasonable-- - . . . - MR8. BARTEUj, i prJS-dtf7'0i:r-i .!Ko.SC South Uigh Street. .Oia J ,Mt 'i -.'lJ ,U Iti U ... (l-l'l-c.a W, stablishedU"- . Jtlrs i?; JJHUn is truly J public benefactress, and her tvohdrrful success it uttprcl cetlenttd, IZer fume and her ' discoveries have gotiS abroad, and to-dou tthc'lfi, in ht r line the largest man.' u facta revs in the world, . . -.I' ' ' ' Everybody Interested. r Yout h and old. age ere alikp bent til d bif lhi ttsr of sllrs. s. .f. .sun? i; f.-f.-r iiati, Restorer and Vlalr Stress ing. The if act dire ctly upon therootnof thehatr eauthlg luxuriant growl hand beau ty. Vourhair,if changed tb grey or white by sicUncsnof other causes, will soon be rem stored to its natural colort 'and beauty, Damlr icffcrad- icated forever, ' The I3ait falling stopped. The most ilellcatc head-dress or bon-K net can be worn without fear of soiling. ThcmnstdelighU ful fragrance to the hair is) imparted. If you wi$h'ia9 restore ' ynxtr hatri' asfir youth,attd retain it through life, without delay purchase a bottle of each of Stirs. A'. 'X, Allen's World's Hair Ic- store? and Dressing. ,,v Bold by Drug'jta throughout the WorM.-".' PB1NCIPAL SALES OFFICE, 198 eV aM OreBwlrh St.. New-Varfc.' ' onU'5-d(o.lAvty PJEW. PERFUME ' FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF. f. ..A . ( I iVrr A "!- Kqi:iit', larlirnlc kikI I'm rnm Hi i lium'. IIillrl from lb Siii-i' nml llemiiiml Flewer fieiia l!e!i i( Inl.iw il- iiaiar. 11 juiif L tured only by lIl.tl.O. A 0. Pi Eewnre of Counterfeits. A,,' f" irl.-e tin ntt'trr. 8 i!d by drnj'ata generally. fcbC0ileil.i weor, 6ui lit i)1V: WILLIAM RICHES, Dorfjnf r and EngraYcr on Wood; PORTRAITS. :'"!-. , VIEWS OP BUII.DIXC'S. ilACHINERT, ETCk Execnted in the highestityleof the Art. For T,nr!!;e,''otarie Public, Connty Offioers, ate-x-cuteil iu the bet possiblo manner. ; -VI- KICK 107 tviuth lliuh s root. Room No. lOV. Third ftorv Johnson buildio,Colambs, Ohio. . rleeTl'lH-dlv ,? . ,. .. . i . - ' I Jf. B. MARPLK. ALFRED ItlTSOlt MARPLE & RITSON, - ffHOLESALB HD XKTAlIs r D R U G C I ST S , ; lOU NOI TII HIGH SrRKtT, , Coluiiliii?i, Olilo, .. ., "" Where also may be fosnd a full assortment of FANCV TOIIET ARTICLES, NOTIONS AN D FHUPUIKTliRT MELICIXES Pure Wines arW Spirits I'or Medicinal purf ms. Tlie Prescription Department Is rep'eteln all the new Medical Diaooveriesof the day.. is under the immediate buperviaion of the Hn - .. - - - n,r,,lAf1am aa t partner. coltjbjxi3Uh, . ;; Chillicothe Portsmouth PACKET AND FAST FREIGHT LINEr! FlASSEA'GER PACKETS LC ATK Iron .i'eot of Uroad Ptreoton Monday. WeJueadeyaf and Fridaia, tor Circleville, Chillicothe, Jasper, Waverlv, rslieroaville aud l'ortsiuuuth. oonneetina; at Posusmoaih with skeamers fur I'tnoAtoy, Uajlipo lis, fronton, and all I.ainiini(s on tlie Ohio river. I TheLtoalHare provided with Iron Bates for the traneaiif.sioBKji' VaJuabU l'aak4.v - - . ' Pa3.ens ors will fiud ibis tbe moat cemfortableaBjoV plea'ant mode of traveling down the Scioto Valley. Kreiubt reoeived at our Warehoutea at Kaat aad West ends of Mioal liriike. ', ,- 0FFICE-a7vV'e&t Broad St; mchni-dtf Paintes Wanted: t iCEVFHAIHANsa WAWTFO TO DO O general Padnthi( in this eity. T4 first elaaa weramen, -,r.-t -t ox iyr Good Wages will be CivenJ j JOHN KN0PP A BROTHER, ' may21-dlm iNe. US South 6th street. SEED BUCKWHEAT!- FOR BALK BT t n iii!Hi:'i uli C3.1 . ROOrHIlB," 133 iria fltreet, Philadelphia!,) Pa. !nlUrkek Pries) pi for Clover ana Tiraotey. Seed. ' T,r mayi-d3t . tsM- ,.'-v' IVA 1 1 ( V r A . 1 t. 1UV ill mm ...... . c Estray Notice. CTRAyeb rnon the si'iuchib- O er, a DARK Rhl) COW.rvimr milk. She lta TtJIT HH ui 1 in, buu aiiVIU am-'w weet m .liberal reward ill be paid far informatioa barr sate mar h fosnad. 1 J.i.. THOMAS LOUOH..1,: I.