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,: SPECIAL NOTICES;.
" ' ' JfKAO.Ti U II Y Till: j AMERIOANATCH1 ''MADE AT WALTHAM, MASS;, It is irad en the best 'friicipleli' .Jta frame la c mposedof POLIO FLATiU. UU )irou inter ' fere with tbkaiuHnyof lis wording; and Bopndi , den sroeh ran dan age Its niching,, ,'lWipiool e le!o tde .ndf,nlehd by i. achiaery. tltwlf famous y for itsrovelty, g well as for t effectiveness) snd l .Mnerefore properly ir.de. The' We'ton ! what ell " f-,MD ,hruld 't-AfClBATF, PIMPLE, -ii ? AK KrOKCWlCAL Except, . cutuy ior general uie, foreign V. etches srechieny nade by women and boys., pocn Matrhes tie cnmpoMd, of several fcundred'j , icgr, imira and tinted tctather,. and require iMti'tstitTcpsirs tokeVp tbem insn kfrdof prder All perrons who lave earrled "T'cres.lepinetf' and "i nullah Patent I evers,'?; ara pesfsetly well aware ott)e truth of Ibis statement. "-" At the beginning. of joarenttrfcrlse, more thr.nten years ago, It was our first orjeot to make a thorough ly aood low priced W stch for the milliop, tp take tbe place- of there foreign impositionr the refuse of foreige fsctories-wbich were entirely unsaleable at ht;toeand prrffctly worthless everywhere. ITow well we have actorrplished tMjniaVbe un derstr od from tbe faof, that aftmso rnany years of public trial, we now rr.ke MORE THAN pALFOF ALL TUB WATCHES HOLD IK THS (.'KITED BTATfcS, and that pootbira havei'evt'r'g'IVtn. tuan universal atiefotlo. While tr,Il jdetartmeniol cur business is eonl,nUe'l.ith increased facilities' for perfect work, we are at present engaged In the manufacture of Watcho of tho verv illGBEST OKADB .KNOWN TQ CHROKOJIJKTRY. une quailed If anything hitberto made by ourstlves.and unsurpassed by enything made in tbe world. For tlia purpose we have the smphet fauilities. We have erected an addition to our mala buildings eje-, ressly for this branch of our business and lire filled itwith the resferkmen in our service, ew machines and appliances bave VtjA'- c"onetruc.ted. wb;iob perform tkair work with consummate delict, ey and exsctness Theoholcest and most spproved materials pnly are.sed.and wa challenge compari son r,etwesn this grade of our w8rk,iSha finest Imported chronometers.. "VVe do not prerd-to fell1 our Wa teles for U$immtt thin foreign Watches, h ut, e do assart w i tbout fear of cont rad ict ion tb at for the same money ourproduct ia ino. separably su perior. All bur Ware, of whatever grade, are fully warranted, and tbia warrantee ia good at ail times against us or our i gents ia ail parts of the world, ' u . " ' - 1 ' CACTION-The public are .cautioned to buy only of resectable dealers. All persona' selling counterfeits will be proeecuted. ' !",;"'. Honnins &. 'a pp kiETOiVf ' ! 1 ; AGENTS FOB THE AMERICAN WATCfl Col juneS-d&wlm . . MRS. WINSLOW, - An i(eriened Nurse and Fesqla I'byaiclan . TtesenUto tht attention of Moflim her Soothing S v r u p IOR ClllLDBEN TEETHING, , .V;, which greatly facilitates tteprocess of teething, ty softeuir g the gun's, n ducinvall iiiflan-uiations, will allay ALL I A1K and eratmodic, action, and ia Sure to Regulate the Bovyels. erend upon it.mothera.HwillgiT rest to your selves and Relief and Ilrnlth to Your In Tan lis. We have put up and sold this article fcr over 30 yearr, dud cN bat in coNPWUNf ikb tijctb of it what w bay never been able to say of any oth er medicine NB7xn has n rAHSD m i giNOLU lKBTiKCi tobp ict i crm, when timely usee Never did wa know aa instarca of dissatisfsct on b.v any one whe used it. On the contrary, all ara delighted with its 01 orations, and speak in termed commendation of its magical' effeota and medica ' viituea.' i We speak in thia matter "what DO lxow,'Caiter 88 years' experience' aw runoi COK BSrCTATlOM fO TD ULtUUIKKT Of WHAT W I berk diclari. In almost every instance wh.era the infant ia sufleriog frbm pain and qfa'austtpbt relief will bt found in fifteen or twWylminutas aff tertbe ajrup iadmli)Ttered.; 1 ;.. , , ri Full directions tor using will accompany each boV tie. Note gebnina unless the facsimile of CUB USA FEB&LNt. Naw ork, ia oa the outside VHDMr. 1 told by kll Druggiata tbrougbouttbe world,'!' , PBICt, ONLY 35 CEKI8 PEE BOTTLB. j apr23-dAwui',".'.wi.! i -' 0 1 sLIFK-IIKAI.TII STBEKGTII. mmw ju aaautSii sia am siui a KM, LIFEUCAsLTII '' STItEItOTII.' TIIECBEATFRECH HEiriEDT, ' DR. JDAN DELAMARRE'S ,! , !' i CELEBRATED SPZO.IFIO PILL8 i rtpartdjron a prtscripUon eDr, Jvan Dlai marra, tnuj rnymiun q in mtpiuu t Hordni LariboitUrt 0 arts. ,v ., This invaluable medicine Is no imposition, but is tnifailing in itieciroof SpermatorrtiEO or Seminal weakness, ft very species ol Uenital or Urinary Ir ratibility, IOTo.cntaiy or Kigbtly tiemin&l tmis- aiona irom wntttever CHuse produoed. or however severe, will be speedily relieved and tne or (ana restorecl to healthy toiioo. . Head tA4 joilouiHff opinion of tmintnt JrmtX phytician: v , ": . . We bae used the Specific fills prepared by Uaranciere A Dupont, No. KM Rue Lombard, from the prescription of Dr. Juan Delttmaire, ia our pri ate praotice with uniferuiauooess, and we believe there is uo other niediuiuo so well ealeulated to cure all persons aulleriug fim Involuntary ll missions er any other weaauenset uie Dexual urgaus, wnetner uf ma oy a seueuiary moue oi living r e&oaeses, er abuse. "' ,,i i n RA. BEADBBTPARlIi. if. p. ' &.. . UUJABDIN.M.b. 1 , tt JAN Lii libUCHRbVi.'D." BEWARE UF IXJUNTRFEIT8.';::' The Genuine Pills arts sold by all tbe principal' LTuggmu luruusnouiiue n orm, moe Une tioila) per jox, oroixnofestuvriveuouarsii v 1 OARANCIERBA DUFONT) Bole Proprfeiora, flo.JRaeLombar!.Pari. v 77. One Dollar incleeed, to any authorises! Agent will , insure a 1 ox by return mail, seourely sealed from . all observaiion; Six poxefurfeiveDolheravi7 bole Ueuerai Agents for America..., I mha-I ',;, (jscAa e. kosbs co., 1 ,;. i . " ' Courtlandt sfc.M. i".'. Aaents for Columbns and violni ti. S.EAMUEl. and U. KUBtRi'S. LulyU'OS-dAweowly rnoF, ii. AJNi3ii:itHoiv'8 D E R r.1 ADO p J Lr: ITS A LIQUID for external application. valuable f I obemioal oombination.Ojiscvvered by a celebrated tibeuiiel warranUm ,to cure innaumiaUoh Ja att oases ot Wimuds, iiruises, 'Spraius, Burns, infls.ru miturv Hheuinatisio. llrouoiiitia. Piwelliua nf tha f jUlauds, lnllaiiiuiatioa of tlie Kyes, Broken Dreaeir, I rroion reet, Chilblains, Piles, Pimplea en tfaeFwoe, ! Hee Stints, and all Setes tlie human Suah is eiruw p )a ilurses and Uattlo Ttcsunot be excelled for tbe ure of Ualia, Calks,; tiprains, Wounds, and all , nirUi on animal s? 'it never laus, to, our u used .ulul maylO-mchlt-dtwAwui-P , iCholera'Choleyai1 1 '.rFiTTu.vn T IS UUUINUI Aliauaia oepreparea to waro I it off, notunly by tbe adoption vi proper aanitany : leaus, but by having at baud some eueotual reiuojy ' ir ready uae wheat Ute'dreadcd disease appears, it tue opinion OI eminem rusiuiana wmi iuubv r,iri ran he resxlily eared 11 a proper remedy . . used early, buou a leuiedy we now offer to the buoinuieartieievi , v .,. ..,.1 - ,1 i i Dr. JT. JZ. MITX.3GIt'S NIVERSALMAGNETIC BALfVI tb the fullest confidence is 1(1 remedial qualities' a i'hbV hVi'lvraua CUK forCbuLERA.it , beuu thoiouublt tested, anU wespeak advisedly euweooibUienditto the public as the bestkuown ,,lv Inr CHuLLKA. 'AaD BOWliL vlUil r TTs f ' , i , . , . i D. AN80M CO.. Proprietors. tylO-mcbl7-dtwAwm-P . . ... .jlnllaie)-' " ' ; ate's Aroioitio Vegetable SoajJ, l"' iperiorl oilet 6 cap, prepared lrom reSn 'i . 1 getable OiM ib obmblnatlon with Cly .iae)aad eapeolaliy 'deaign'ed for the use oi. ' 'lien and for tbe ABraery. . lt rfwna M .- ! iiite, and its waibing properties unnvalled.- sl by all Druggists. . feLlO-dAwly- " AMUSEMENTS." E11sUt's Athcncum, HiNfflER... BTAOE MiNAOKK ,..'.toU.wtr.l lfCTT ...... A. H. URKRICK ....n. watvtRj Best Bill yet.' Drama, Farco and Uanoing. Frldar Juir fltltf WilTJ)e'jnted.forUeBrstfiineto,rtaboau- titul rrenoh braiuacalled , -" THE; DESERTER AND DOCS. tr'.'iTBOHPlittN. g&JSQY DANCE. r. To conclude with the Faroe ftiUified ,,, i : ;ac it, ira a t i o kt. Kate O'Brisfa, (with Bones)-,'- ' BLANCHE BRADSIIAW. . 777 PciJX or Pricks -Dress Circle an J ParquMte, Wq j tiaUaryjBSvi PrivatO Boxes, W.uOj Single Seals la Boxes, W. oo.-" ' , . , .. t. Duori open" att b'cloekj'qtjrlaiD rises atS-' , Opera Ilouse. ir etidiir, Tueadur and WedneadaV 11 Evemiigs, Jul4,atid.andWednosday af ternoon,' , 7 . .Jl GRAND 4IH' 05 JULY MATINEE,,,, . ,H tnnvCbmirienoIng jit Jo'olook, . '. '.'! Till CBOAVAjiNUCIJMAXI COniNG.' Fifth annual tour of the well known CHARLEY SHAY:samNClTLXL. 1-rAii Old FrAnd wHi Nrv Faces! TheCha trpion of al I troupe e I 'The; great irbupe' of Jpanse So'rcerirs: the 1,000 challenge educated Tan-Tfrrier, Fannv; the troupe of Comedians, Vocalists, Danseuse, Knife throwslra iKthlnpian Perfoimers. and the Quincu pjrxal Brass Band will all appear in one mauimoth .efirtainment .. . ... .,. 'Apjimini-.Parqfrt,'g0 cents; Family -Cirole, IJoeuUjKeservqd aeats, loeauta. Children under lyean!26cent.a. ,,, fj, :ir,i , -mil iiluors open at T, to commence at 8 o'clock. ' T M- ,W,JJ.AM)BK WB, Agent." jlS l EjQl A L IS OTIGES. ACIIA de Iff AGNOLIA. A toilet delight. 'The ladies' treasnre and gentle men's boon I The "sweetest thine" and largest quantity.- Manufactured from the rich Southern Magnolia. ' Used for bathing the faoe and persdn, t render the skin soft and frasb, to prevent ernptlons to perfume clothing, 4o. It overcomes the' qqpleaaknt odor of-perspiration. i Hirenlovesredneas, tan, blotches. Ac. i Iteures nervouj headaobe and allaysinflammatloli. "(' Jtsools, softens and adds delioaoy to the skin; " ;'. It Holds a subdued and lasting perfume. : It cures musquet bites and stings ef Insects. " s ' ' It eobtelns no material injurious to the skin. Patronised by Actresses and Opera Singers. ' It la what every lady ahonld hare. Sold everywhere. Try the Magnolia Water onee ed3 voY will ure no other1 Cologne, Perfumery, or 'Toilet Watat aft.' warila. '' . wards. DEM AS BARSES CO. . Props. Exoluaive AgenU,N Y.' octX-dliwlr f.l- 4 Ilenacliold Necetaeilw Existafor tlie . , .. .( I ' ' Ue ot DI hl0'S CATARIIII SIUFF, Wbieh.inthe first stages of a eoM.acts lJliemio. Utaddohei IJoerseUeae.piptheria, and Bronchitis, Hore Eyes, Deafness; Bad! Taste and Smell, being the resurt of Catarrh. This Snuff removes and pre vents 11 these, and insuref healthy Head. Its effects are pleasant and safe, even fur infants who aunerirousSBjuffleev"'1 " ' . ' -Ji'i,. . It has life highest professional Ustimoniale. Sold by all Druggists, Or sent by Mall to all parts of U . b. or 30 cents lot One lkx.rl for Four Bor.es. , , ; Addreas , JA8: DllRNO.P.O. ltaifiM' 11 L la .' New , erkCity. At Wnolesale, i TrVB-iv.ei. f by DEM AS BAKNKS 4 CO.' 'I ror. . luneo-lydai S ,!'l! I h I' J. 1 .t A ..il HA GAIN'S ITIAGNOLlA 'BALIbt 1 hiaii.t hia s the most dolightf ul and ex traordinarysrtiole erveratecovered. It cbanges the Sun-burn fape and aanas to a (teeny satin, txtura of ravishing beauty imparting the marble purity of youth, and the 4if ing4 tppeaxaace aa inviting in the city belle of fuhion. It rsmoTe' tn '.'reclflest pimples and roughnesi frem the, Skin-, leaving the eompiexloa ttesbi trj4parentand smooth." It eon tains no ma terial Iniviaia.t6 the skin. .' Patronised by Actreet es ana uperenmiere. , it u what every lady should have. Bold everywhere. Retail vsioe. Mats. .: Prepared, by W. E. Hifleii, Tsoy. K; 7? ' ' Address eU orders L.t . .! .1 ) ium ;;r milA3 BARNI8 ACO-Vow Tort . r"1 1,1 "-i I -v. .ii'n'1!1 . ' rt ; ,.,11 ll'" i. I .11." y:K i ' :t::;;;1 .,1 il' FOR MoWiTHjrTWIfr'! tears" ma Tamp VENETIAN HAIR I)VE ha stood tbe test of triaL and is epqsUnU,. iiwreaaing id publlo' AtTOK : "! I " ' ).. ! ; .; ' I Vis tof bestknd efieapest In the world. Price 7Scents. I -": , , . , ; ; ' .v give. .vwuiiiui, JuqoaSfWwwv-it. eoior, ' ;It ls,fle'mplete in one bottle (..'iu-I ltdoesthi work the first time. ' ' ll!) it. i It does not.crock.smator stain. It doe not -ub-off or fade." T Itaiwkyf itiveasatUfaction. A ohild cSn'Sjply it , Til D3 HAIR DYE is manufactured by e peculiar process koow only to. ll.,thewa).hiohi;bders itinflBitelyaoperiof 'to any dye in market. , v, -, Ia using: TjHlJ 'VKNETIAlfDYB yoa; avoid that RP8TYI DEAD anDearanna bv wklchlvwt hlT is 'so,i eaailrlrftogniaed jrhjft. n inferior evUore aabeeaaeed.' " i.,- 'WMst 78 eents. and yon will, be oonvinced. Sold t 1L Prdbjgiatvand Fancy poods' Dealers ni ilii ' 1 A.' I. MATHEWS MnufMtur.,., DEM A 9 JJARNI df.i NeV'YbrV wholesale ' 1 ...I. t 10,1 Ii u'!1" anaylO-deodly 1 i er - ; 11.11 .etcmlllxU ,g-iiieiT" ,!TnY IOT USE THEBESf? , , nVEB nm Tto'i iH.:.i.:.j.:j ,T, r , avawu iruicmiui uejiurlUU has establuhedithefaot that .Matuiwu' Vinmmn bUilaitSe tmt lnih wrl,. It U th ,k..n. . est. tbe most reliable, and most convenient, "a;ouii piete in one boliiew Does not reoaire any previoua I preperatlun ot the hair. Notivuble. Ojrqok or.W rVrrea: A cuihtoa,aoul iL.i alwra . Jlilli faotion., Bnlj 76 Cenu por bottie, Hold everywhere,: "Ai BATHE WO. JlahufaoturerlTf.: .. J)E11A3 BAftN E3 & Sew Yorkhnlia AgeTJU? .'irfofcialiti-lwv,';.!' -'J '""l Alo iTirk Vs"'' i' Arnica Ha.jGi.oss ior re atari ns and dressing the Hair.' (Mlil.ltll'l !) juneie aeouiy L 'i PV i!idKinMJ T- The superstitions of antiauity eieenl -Vfolid ftmfl rtaegaierTi u present day, ag)ee uie'if fctf' acoompusnea wim the aid or scieaoe. . foraxaaa- plaeTeyfeMKlyeiredhalrii ( ( : IIAtiliUUf A llI01llElVT. to tha r'tchesCeondeivablt tlail'ar brown. hVsi srsa- pi. W-pIleaUoaof ,-' " " CRISTADORO S HAI3 DYb n Maiaufaotured tx J. JR18Ta0ORO, Astor House. ew'York.'! oldlby ikuggtstf. ' Applied' by aUJ AlAKHlACtllANll LKA.lUACV. au say of Wari.ltgid instruction fotYonaH Also, mssaee. and Abuses vftmh prosUaU the vital . : . . .... 4 .:. . " ' . r r powers, wita sure means or relief.,, Beni. free of enarge ln tsaletl Istur envtlopes. Address: Dr. J. riKliUN MoCmoK.Hows AsUiotj,P))UT adelpbia,Pe."f. -i 'ip,liTdAwSni . . Datchey'etfhtnlna; riyKUlav- MakM ' Aufok work with flies, and if otimsaerieed' 'WyaVrtheiouseelearaiinitomkr. T' r" ' ek out for imitation,,, Ciot Dutohcrt Only, , i ;vie ; ill v li v ifl o nut I K FROM PORTLAND, MAINE. Terrible Fire—One Half the City Terrible Fire—One Half the City in Ruins. Fohtj,and, JLtiiity4Tujy 4,2-rA, Are fiore tljla evening' djwtfo.ved BroWfl& Sort' Sugar otic ou jComtnerclMl Btret, and is) ilnrf jiortherly through that street to Die vwooden! buildings between Center, aut.ItoM c trcV t bon8nii)lng everything it wnt.- J., R. Browne-. & Hang loM from $600,000 to $700,000; Ingured for 300,000.l Htn)lu.&8on' m.Jiine. shop, andiN. P.! Rlchdrdsoii &Coi'gstrjvi foundry, atecom-i pletely destroyed. " '. SECOND DISPATCH. ' ' PoirrxaND, Mk.,.Ju1j-CTlio fire lias compU ti ly swept through 'thecity, destroy Inur evfr.vtliiup; In ,1U track eo ' completely that the line of streets can hardly be traced for a ri)ace of orlo and a bait niile-i loinx by a qimrr of a wide.- Many buiiufnjrs, ipeihnps fllty, sXere blowfa up to cheok the lliimi but the inhabitants could scarcely ido mote thin flee with their funtOies to the upper pait of the city; saving such feoods ns they. vconlrl.i:arry.-:.'C The Cistorn Ilouse being rire-prool,- eseapudTtliough fercatly damaged; jjhecntfrt records n tlie upper story are probably destroyed. ' The iplendid elty and county buildine; ln ColfV greffl Rtreet, Ahlell was nearly flre-propr, V (Stnslder'ed saftv and It was piled full Of. furniture by the neighboring residents, and then It- was-'trwf pt away with all its contents. Half the elty la destroyed, and that h.'ilf Include nearly all the business purtinn, excepting iJlie heavy butiineBS in Commercial t-trcet.r Air the bank i and newspajlKr offices are burned. But three printing offices are jleft.nAH the Jewelry vainiiiiBnniunia, wnoisaie ury goon! storey, savf iihurehfsettve telegraph pffle, and nearly oi inetHnonervtu;e8 and the mar Jui itv of the business nlaces. are rleotrnved iTbe Ure Is still raarinir bel6W Cumberland Wreefc.working back to- the 'westward, the ivhiu having changed. Capt. Ifc-nry Ta in(io hiii wlegMphed lot luOO tenu to ac cointnoilate the houseless families. ' fire comineneed -jr UttlebLlbwV the foot of Hrglr8trt'Ct. It next burned Hall's flouring mill; then Brown's Rtigar house, wnn nit its surroundings, and then Staple & Soh, and CinharrJBon's f6undries. and nothiug else in Commercial streetiof con sequence. It next swept what is called Graham's corner, . composed of smaller wopden buildings, clean. It then burned up as i,ir,. a8Tth-old" VArnrum House, on Plea?anUBtreet.S One third the way up Center street, .halt the way -up Coltotf streVt, "to'oinletely.tiposi streetytJnibn gtrei-t, Vemper street and PJxchanira strep. It pwept duwn-on thenortherly slvle of i'lre gireea in iruua street on tne east ; while on the west It mover! along, diagonally across Middle street -antf crown to Cumberland taking the Kim House, but sparing the i-iTBt I'arisn vaiurcn; then troor Christmas street to isorth street. It made a clean sweop oi we sontherlv- side of Cumberland Street, -and the Same was the case with f ont gres$ trtje.iiBnd every tiring else to Tire street, as Ir east as Inula street. It was almost Impossible to tell wlierej UiepeO'pTo Bred, tbe rntn and destruction is so com. pletoj Davis, Baxter & Co., on .Free street, wholesale dealrsMrtfiiincy article?; set down' their' loss at $25,000, which is fully insured in tlie Aetna Company of Ilartlord, and the HauipdeB Company of Sprjugfleld. FROM NEW YORK. FROM NEW YORK. No more Arrests to be made Under the Excise Law. "'l?t York, July 5. Superintendent Kennedyiia instructed the Metropolitan police forte that whllb they wilL continue to enforce all other Jaws regarding the sale of liquor oa SuiuUv. thev will not makn any arrest Jor-Vrolrftidn ot the exciselaw of lbotf, untrt otherwise ordered, owin; to the urciHiirii vy iyrirueE uacsew cnac cue law 18 uiujuiiutiusiav A- v. ' ' Accidents—Tammany Hall Celebration. ; i bratio ;. Thcrte were, twenfy-ftra'ancldents Jcpni pow(l('r.hflrfsterday.-A German named Hoiks deliberately shot a policeman dead. r At the Tammany Hall celuorafion vester day Uiityrs were re.ad from ,tae President, Sec'rctatv Welles and other's.' Thn Prpul. deat says tliore ean be n)Tioblcr work than the obliloraj;lpit of the passions and preju dices Which retard conciliation and prevent tho restoration of all States to their const!-. .wtionai rojatiojis; witniBe federal Govcra ment.1 "' A Fiend. " In.BropHyn yesterday a man namei, TT. voirz, a paipter.aeiineraTeiy nrea a logdea musket Into a group. 'f.clren, killinjr one aird wonnditig two. The child killed was William Lahman, aged sis years. The Wbuncledi children were. WUliam Jilantera ana tjnaries liogerc. .iv?arrested. Observance of the Fourth. Disnatchelf ffeTn nf thAnn. tryvannoiiiicethat tli? .annivergary'Of iour IniiepwliincS 'w lis -celebrated , wKh spirit evervwhcrSl",Tn thtu r.lt.i Mm 'dirninnarn. lion was enuai to any, oi its, prfdeoessars. In PhlladlohhlthferBv Was madn thn no- ea slon lor kresen timr the wttf-tattered fhura oi ine rennst ivania regiments to tlie State . 1 - a It', . . Li 1 1 . . 'authorities. Gen. Hancoifc leek fcomhiftrfrj ot the veterans, who numbered about lafiftft together with about 1,100 orphans, ol both sexes, of slain soldiers. Meadn rriunft the presentations, and Gov. Curtjlq received- hiuiu. Aourvuiiatc auuresses were maae. The Cholera. ! -ThcreJiafl teen no death or, admissions uu uuniY ui uie uusjjiuu buip oi cnoiera patients yesterday. ,. .n iK'"' Burning of the New Haven and Bridgeport Steamboat Depot. Earl v this mornin&r a Are burst from tho New H itven Steamboat trelgh t denit,it Peck; slip, andInla sborttiti thewliole of 'the bnlldlngs were in a sheet ,of flamea.'! Hath depots wee destroyed, together-with tbe steamer xtaiiimore, and two Doar loads of Ireight. Thb prob(l)l lijss is a quarter' of a million dollars. A colored man named SolomoiVfTafckson-wasibadly Queued,, and another man; is TfflsHng i Vi Death from Cholera. , ,;J4:-JraHes Jlay wardf'of tlri firm of 'Cor-' Jieu ds nay wara, aiea in thiscity yesterday, suier tmiy twu.nonnj ixinega oi tne cnoiera, Sad Accident. ,'i IltiDSON. iNl Y July 5.T-A sad larltf oceured ' yesterday-f aftffnopn. J ltiilei y Warty was prdceedlntf to Bqgers' Jsland, on a plenlo excursioni jii'. smaLU boats, bne"of thl WaVIIl., Were dro,vyoed.0,The.bodleshkvt not jet'been rfecowed,' i" ' 1 ' tne Doata was' swamped, two miles beUw thlacltyj and Mr. Frederick A'i Glfibrd. Jrl o th) elty, and MJis Aisa ManW. of Ot. Mexican Items. j the aid of Junto state that, tbtv vomltoi.ini' fever,, was 'Ta( ng thcrsVMuid deaths were numerous. It was belle diBahta? AnDsVa's acHno- fn Uie Interest the church party, in oon- sidefatloa of wlilth 1)4 expected to- be ele-i vated to the Presidency. Be promising to iceiiuryiievyuicu prvy ineir 'property. ilatiQ3llhi cbntlouesi reorganizing and concentrating las army. :-.vn i ' ITht French ti oops which eyacji&Jed Mat amoras had reached, VeraCrtno '. A Liberal mo remeht on Kan Lonttf PnfJiei had eomtelied alrelnforcement of that r.rar.e Mexican Items. Aid for the Portland Sufferers. xjostoh, juiy q. rrorapt measures have beD.tHkw to se a liberal contributions of rooked and unco ked food from this city to Portland this aft oon, vner several thou en made homeless: rrv ha sand people bave .merftiia ho are also without food. lajor Lincoln, ino'inemDers or tbfj oity I government and lunaretiw Of'pTlvate citi-1 zens, axe moving I FROM ST. LOUIS. The Conservative State Convention —Soldiers' Meeting in Southern Illinois. St. 'Louis.' Jul v 5. The Conserrwtlva Stute Convention adjourned yesterday, sub4 jei t, to me can or t.no rreaiuentand a roa-j lorlty fit the Tlce Paeslden ta.: Itesol ntlona were adopted. ffqueetiug Gov. Fletcher, tol Relievo troopailaW legiflirtlnn authorized "to come into service jo. preserve, peace, on the ground that it IS tineonstltutlonul to keen troops during peace without the consent 6f ' wjogrep?, except, actually inverted, or,.n imriilnetit dajiigii'r thereof; Indorsing TreVt Johnson's action relative to the Freedmen's Bureau and Civil Klghta bills, and all other measures adopted by -trim for the' restora tion' Of the South to the Untoft; condemn ing the effort of Congress to amejid ..the Constitution while one-third of the gtates are unrepresented protesting against the attemnt to have the jinaeudinont ratitled by LcgiaJetmNiSuleeledoineor tWo yeiirs ago, and heartily approving the course in Con gess of -fleprest'titayyes Ilogan and Noell. iBfe convention , aieoted four: pt-rsons from each Cnugresaioiial dUtrlet, and nine from the Srate at lafiro as deleiates to thn Philadelphia Conventinn, among their Con- ii rnjn ... . . 1 . . . . a . . .1 S f . .. f I I Th gfcaWst meeting ever held ln'south jern Illinois, ifjiot in Sute, assembled yesterday, to celebrate the Fouith s kiiiv. , a lie, .meeting, gotten-up ty soldiern, Was addreiisgi, by Generals tiheniian and Logan, -Gov. Ogles by and Others. A processiois Irom the country was four honrs In passing a given point. The number present was about 20,000 Hon. Barnwell Rhett Murdered. July -Uoii. Barnwell Rhett, a distinguished citizen of thl State, was shdt yesterday while going tolils nlau- 4tion near Charleston. He received two. liila i . ... - 1 1 . 1 , . , k7 ...uo iiuui in,) waui-uirreR'a-snotpijii. About twenty mlgtitoa after receiving the Wounds he fell from his horse and died. It ls;not known definitely who the murderer WHS. J)ut It is aiirjnnflHrl tA hVe n.frrn'ti,VA hid expressed strong animosity against the labilyt'.o'J - .' ; " .;.-., From Louisville. LoriSVILLE.. Er. Jtllv S.-Tha nnmlnilT nqn pi juunJ! jiviiobewi as Union caiiill date for the Clerkship of the Cpurtof Ap peals, was enttmBluMically Wade by a iarge meeting In front of the Cturt llotise. i A. political letter from' Governor Brown was read, approving the nomination. Fire at Bowling Green. Bowlino Gbekk,' July 3. A fire this morning, originating in negro quarters, dflstrcved the store of Wilkiii-& Potter Loss $3,000; Henry Potter; $2,000. Aggre gate loss, $5,000 : no Insurance, r ' ' Jim Lane Not Dead Yet. LlAVKNWORTH. ICfl.. JtllV B. Hone nrfl pow entertained that Jim Lane will recov ' er. no seems much better to-night, Is conscious, and Is able to speak. ' Jim Lane Not Dead Yet. XXXIXth CONGRESS--1st Session. WASHINGTON, July 5. SENATE. Mr. from the committee on Publia Lands, reported a bill to extend tbe tame for com pleting the agricultural college in Iowa, for the erection of which publio lands was donated, Mr. POMKKUY, from the committee on Publio Lands, reported a bill to amend an act granting lands to Minnesota tor constructing a railmad from St. Paul to LeseHirperier. It provides that in oase the lands along the line of tbe' Mail shall he found to fiayebae" previously granted for otberpurpnea,other anda in tbe boeto, not more than thirty miles dis tant from the road, may be taken. , Mr. WILSON Milled up the Housejolnt resolution declariug thai the detail of a soldier elerk or other post July shall not beoenstrued te iu; er it re wnn un rn.nl to oouniy. raised. , Mr. WllERMAN, from the Couference committee OA the army appropriation bill, made a report. Mr. HHMtMAN said it was substantially ai pass ed by the Senate . Is The Senate amendment anpropriatlng money for thefcurdha-eoi land for a fort' near Mashrille was striokeu.out.' ' Home other amendments bad been modified, but not ia any Important resnect. ! . . i , The. Seaate amendment that .the Superintendent of West Point may be selected from any branoh of ' wo bui v k wm ircuti vu, wuu an Sinenament to in- oiu'ie aian oiuer omoers aetaueii at West roml. i . Mr.Ultl.MES inquired what bad been done in re ftstrd to the House amendment prohibiting payment' of Illinois Central rilroad for tbe transportation of troopa are) army stores. , . . - Mr. SI IK RM AN said that the Bouse had Weeded from than. . ,The iJonfercnce report was agreed to. Mr. WILSON called up . the joint resolution for the aopoin'ineqtof Uommieaionars to examine and audit the claims of Ma&aohuette against the Gen eral Government for coast defenses.!. ' Mr. GRIMtS moved to strike out the words "and audit." A treed to. , r -i- ,( . '. . Aaamenitet) tha rnantiiMan mmammA i-.i " " Mr: WAPK sj?pka in favor of .the report of t'hi' tlanat.. '.In reauied the aiiniwnt nf M.r.i.n ruviuupsoiuu ki. lio uouevea Ul OU' unconstHU' .Iti i required ineoonsent of Maryland. Vir ttinla aiM Cbngress to locate the Caproal'and aceent the ten miles square donated Jar the' pirrpose, and their yoidt ontrsent whs hece.sary to jnscify the ret roeesslen. The necessity of protecting (he (craves of Union soldiers wan one reason for Ha annexation. -After dihouiisioa, further, eonsideratioaof the pending'bill was postponed until to-esorrow. ' Mr. WILiHOiN introduced ima.riliit.iitn a,,il,nwttn the rtearetafy oT W ar to pay for persons held to set vice or inoqr.ano uxaiiea or enustea auring the War.' Ri'ferr d. i . i .u , . - . , . uMr. HOWARD said- the Military committee was fttengly ia favor of some equalisation law. Urn be ieve,l one Would be passed. , ' Mr. POLAND oalled up the bin to provide for the payment quartermter stores and supplies furn' ietied totUeerinieRof the United States. ,' ( The pending question waa to make the Secretary of Wgr lnstead-i.f the Quartermaster General, tiie audiUrnrtiflicer of auon acoouuta. Dissgieed to. Mr, TRUMBULL offered an amendment by way of proviso, that claimants must establish their loy alty before having their o'aimt audited.,. Adopted. aVbu he took grounds, that the Souths peuplahad But Ihnmeelvtss iti tbe attitU'le of an entuy of the nited Stateh, atid that their oitisons were entitled to no parlor what was.taken iy tbtAJnitei States eewnvwdlng army. . .. ,' " " Mr. HKNOfilUKSaDohe tn faTi of tha hill. If any people wereWitied Co compensation they were those who stood faithfully by the Government in the Siui.ui iii.i.uaiiiyuv,. ...yw... -f , After further diamiaatdn. : : l! , Mr WILSON nrnved to so amend as to strike out a provision airthjrir.iog payments f .goods: taken by ankolBoer.,wlihia(,Kff ing a) receipt.1 t ,rn it half Mat. tkr. n'nl,.nlf th.ra m... tire sesaion, and the Senate aoon after adjourned. o.i.i r,,a.j I iU '- ' ' HOUSE. Mf.PXrNE.Ifrom the Com ni ties on Elanttiifia ; oalled up the report ou tbe contested eleotum oase of , ruueragaioai, anwaon. tva mouuu ut air. .uucvmuii, n-was poni ntil after the tariff bluebell be disDosed of. . airiiorekiujuiiu gave notice tnat ne would esill up the ( auesti m of vltivileee in the Urinnel RoiKan matter, Immediately -oa the conclusion of the tariff oil'- L . . The till inarotttreea some dan I some dus since, by Mr. WIL- BON, of Iowa, Explanatory of-the Paoiris Railroad . aotriVf July 1, ipa, and Jul, laoa, oabie jp in or 1WD1. lUn. , n 1- Mr. WILSQT offered an amendment whloh wag airreed to, providing, that thia aot should nit inter fere with any riithtonnferred on the Central Pacific K. R. Co. in California. " " - Mr. LOAN offered an amendment, which .Was-' agreed tru requiting the Union raoiSo road to cross til IIHltli ana.iill.n nt InnvilMit. !,,.. . north hank of .the Plane rtjrraud theouthbek v of theilfepublioan Tivef, in Neliraska Terskory. . " Mr. V1LKON proceeded tiipNuandueuSQie Drnviaiona of the'bi 1. ijj.'.v- - v. - Mr. SCUENCff, from the oommitteeon Confer. . enoe on tne army appwprmuon oui.made the follow ing report: -t ne l House id reeommeaded 1 to recede 'from' thai mendmentreauirine suit to be bronchi, aasiiui. tha . Illinois Central railroad foa sums uaid for the trana.. portatiouif iroeps and munitions of war to acre ta, theiSanate amendrnentrnaklmr appropriation for tbe-, ominruonon ot are proof etewaewnes at tbe arsenal at Philadelphia, and to agree to the Senate amend-. msrlrl tftftking the) mil sage rof army omoers 10 cents) rnsteaa oi eoentsj rla senate is reeommeaded to . recede from tbe amend mens . making appropriation' far the DsMnaaof land used aa a fort near Nuh. villajTann. Trie section in regard to Quartermaa tar a stores ts to Be amended so aa to require artiolee iaauadie the Peeific Suites and TeeritorieSi to be1 delivered and' inipeoteil at points 4esigiaid, and the advertisements foveeeh snDDlies to bo Dublukwl id the newspapers of San Franciaou, California, and roruano, vregjn. i ineseciion in regard tome sole itaty academy rk tobe amended so ss to provide that' the Snperintendeni may hereafter be selected aad the dffioerr detailedl from any arm of the service, apd that the-anoervislon and abarse of tha shall be in tbe WariUepartinent. Tha section in re gard to the extra paly fo soldier, ernplOyod in eon. struoting public wotxs.'is to ne amended so as to al low aoliatad man warkinf msartiflAeea. anit nnn.Anm." ailaalnmw4 nffiiara AThnlnviut aa nrnn.iiri Sli.kil.. . day, and enlisted mtu emploied al labarere, SOeenW Z"' . I . ... jnerepore was agreed to. n-: nn c"a 1 bellousaeMat idtA aninmttiiia AfthaWlinla. the tariff biU, having pMviously ordered aej trailing ' sasstun. , T ''l ' ' Tha am.riilmanf ASfttM 1.V If. U.u.Mf.1..' lass, to maae trie duty oa giaaa notuea, viala,jara, . . -r' -7 gtaaa bottlea, vials, jars. demijonnsand oorbaya louf cents per pound, waa' ejeoted..ir'T"a .nv ,f h dir MYEttSlhaobrr.rad similar, aiaaaaraaait ', making the duty en glass vials, Ac, IXo par pound vreiaoted. A Air. MOEIEEAD moved to amend tho paragrapa ,C ..1. about cut glass bv adding to the adralnrero duty a sprnifl ulutv nf tato cents per pound-t)ested. I " fc'Mr, DAVIS frioyed toanisnd tne paragraph about wind wslaM, by increasing jbe tlutv.fimrtl te 3X Jonta per pound, from 2lo 7 conts per pound, fiom 'iK to V oenf, from H to t oents psr poaudr and fn.m 4 to4.t eents. Adp ed. ', .. , Mr, MYKHSsgain offered bis amendment, aons-wliut-UKKiified. which was rejected. -.i .v, I On motion of Mr. HUUBAR1), of West Virginia, a new paragraph was added, taxing fire prick 80 pet cent, ad valorem. 1 ' i t ' ' If On tnotion of Mf KKLLY, a pmvfso was added to the paragraoh taxing b"oks as follows! 1'mvi.f d that if the ssraee,! be ImportonV in antltieof more than fiveeopie. in anyone invoi0, they juaH if grritten wholly or earayJa the language, he' liable tO a duty of aooents per pound weiaVanJ SS percent; ad vatoreiii...On atereotyperl plate, of books and casts ot wood cuts, a duty f to canui.. pound weieht and SS percent, ad valorum , Mr. PATTERSON move to argend L strikirJ out the whole paragraph abnut books and Insert;!.? in lieu of It: in books wholly in aforeigrrliniunire wrioultural and acientifio reporta. and peri,,diciie not being American reprints, 10 percent ad valolim He anruyed that auch bo.k. wers Toni l. pnroi iad by' ' ecbohirJ lend seienMflc imeu. who should mtbeheevi Iv taxe4,f-r U,e henefit of fat kwk publishera in Boston and ew Yotk 1 ' .. . ,u Mr. KEJLUY denied Hut hook pnW1she"rs in this oountrv had been maKing fortune, froin tbelr busi ""! .,hlt many of the were having books published in Kng and and Belgium from aninrieaa stateotype plates, on aosnunt of the relative okeaa. ney. of labijr and papw in i hose countries. ' Mr. RICh nppoied tliramendinenu . , , . W i tb out disposi ng of the amendment the CVim m it tee r,e, having dis,ioed of three pagos of the bill. lrj bLOW introduced aa bill providing that where license rax imposed apos wnoiesale dea ers and joalculated upon the previous year's sales shell. prove iw in. m mioti ui mi v imi unipei properly chargcabler on the amount of sales actually .made, the excess of he amount of sales actu he tax shall be refunded. he tax stiall be refunded. It was read twioe'and elerred to tbe Committee of Ways aud Means. On motion of Mr. HUHKNCK. the Senate joint illation to provide, for the nnbliaatinn nf tha offi cial history of the rebellion, was -takeffrom tbe rieeeker'a tablc.read twice and referred tojlie Com aiiaee on Military Affairs, i At half pa,t 4 o clock the House took a recess till tuur, oi. - 1 Sri FaANCiaoo. July 8. A-flr'e flt Dav toh, Nevada, on fcjmjdaj, deatrovif 125,000 Worth of property ' ' o SPECIAL NOTICES. :BAPiKIBIO IIUU8C OF . Corner WtxllcV Ptaeean Mta., New York. InMinneotion wlthoag houses in PliiladlpbisiiM W asblagtoD. we ' have opened a KbW YOKK HOUSE at above location1 and offer our servioesto l)4nks, Hankers, and Investuts (or the transaction of hpir putinesglp this oltyiswlading ptrrchltei and Sales of GOVEKMIENT SKCCRITU8, STOCKS. ilOVM AHsUOLD.VYd SJSSoacUntly'repTesentcd at the Stock Exohange and Gold Hoard, ehard orders sent s are promptly filled. We keep on naad ajull supply of I rO!r - .1 k GOVJJllNJliUiT SECURITIES OFALL ISSUES, busing and selling gtourrent prices, and allowing eorrespoi. dents tht most liberal rates tbe market affoids.-'' ' " .;. ., n . I .. . U. - ' ' COOKE k C. marR-lydAwD . M :n".'. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE I The Original and Best in the World! The only trucked perfect Malr Dye! Earmless. Rellabla and L Ipstintaneou. Froduoea Immediately a splendid H&ck or natural Brown, without injuring the hair or Jkinrf Kemedies the iu effeoU of bad dyes. Sold by all Druggist The genuine ia signed William A. Batcieior.c Also, ' ' ' i KEumiiAThNG EXTRACT OP Mitt, i IforBeatoring end Beautifying the Hair . r; L j CHARLES BATCbSLOR xNewYerk. au18-diwlv Hemoved from gala Old Office. UK. A. B. WILLIAMS, West Broadway, neat Higa street, uolnas bus, Ohio, has devoted uimsel for a series of years to the trea ment of certain pri rate d(seases. He may be consul ted at his office Broadway, near theExehangO Bank . olUSHlll.'i.n J, aidKLT. r. Hur7i,L. t. n. coah.v 1. a. jwyaar Rickly, Howell & Co. j 1 1 ' 'WnOLISALI AKD BET AIL DgALKag IN CARPETINGS,, OIL .CLOTHS, , , t Mattings, Rugs, SHADES, CURTAIN MATEJRIALS, &30 , Cdb C5 a 1 lJlr julyA-dCai BOWLING SALOON FOR SALE, .tn'ir.i witn a good two story : . DWELLIN8 BOUSE; AND 'BUSINESS, ROOM Till! nOT7E CO.ITAINS TEH ROO.HS, with a hall.'uboTe and below jUolins Saloon in baseniont, hh rout good alleys, suitaole also for a Billiard room. The building is I orated. m Miami street, ia Drbnat Champaign county. Ohio, being oa tue main street, leading west, and very near thecen. tor of town. This propertratUec sold eta bargain, - I ! . JA11B3 fAYiOR. Real Estate Agent, one door west of fostof&oe, Ur- june28-d.wr ' ' CALL. FOR CKLEBR1TJSD .' , (, To to Ton rid at Jones A Son's, ole Agents ior Fran . Bouuiy, v.- apl2-d3m -r HOCICirJG COAL, OF'SCPEKIOR QUAL.1TY, FL1V eredto any partof thewity or Railroad DeDOt Ordera left at my atore. Buckeye Block, or seat mail, stillkave prompt attention. K, or sent by Columbus, J utiaIR, ISBS. ?. Ttjt. -JI. jurrSa-Sm UREAL ESTAJEiFqil,SAL&, ; 'A DOUBLE FRAME DWELLIIVG. if,'. i . .. x. eontainitig Eight Rooms, with a splendid Lot oony lai ieot, ironung tne irisn vatnolie Churob. lor sale at a bargain. Also, A Benutlihl Lot ofa Jorir" acres, On Broad street, north side, one and1 ione-fburtb miles cewlef High atreet. for aale at a bargain-. For particulars, oall at then , ' k j lenall-dtt , VO.1V a 1 AXf HMAI gFJflUJI.V 0BARLB8 KVSTOH. B. VT9ABDNIB H u st oriKi Car drier, pnarpadjr tNarth'af. fai Fowteif f tea, . v; .. m i . i . . l , Have grcaUTtnlaricd their Stock ';';.,',.:- Prug,Vi ,.I-J..,w.w.:.v. t MedlctneSy , t.,-.-. .,. J " Darftunasw iu i 1' H '' .' ."' " TOiiet Fancy Goods. ediSiv, ii- i .vi B.i.aa.Ji.i-J.' ,iiiH raicruvf.iBUICinOB, And ira'nnwnrerJared tfjiuiHhawfcnlanf.il R.,. eial attention is fcvitod to their lange and eouiplete) stock of rerfumery. Hoaps, Ac., which is excelled by none iu thaeiiy, either In ousutity or euality , Also,to helrunsarpassedatook of , '....h Imparted and JJoiiesUc digiirs, 1 Mrvtrlofahi? t'reioriptionf ami tamlTvi Heelpeg earefully oompouridedjt ijlL vi- janSO-eodaut nbi. """" " l.tin "ir.'t ii Fourjnr?Y il rt AND IvIACHira SHOP. .Ii.ia,.. ' ' Vf.WAsTUFAOTPBlB ow.,,-1' i!1-tm. Portable, and Statlonarr Engines, t liUUBBmUX VH US-AM anVW . AKIJ cnwulAJi TV I r . . . . . ' . .. . .tl tCOTT, JOR IthOOlTl UllrYDLK breensat' Machines. Alowert and Beepers. Iron Vaults aud afes. Sugar Milla, UiU Also, Agent tor Vit t'a Fremiaa Separator. mann faoturcd at Oaytoa, Ohio, xv 1 r fx 2. tTVT- 4 JUl Kladajoj" 'Repairing . Shorts Notice 1 .mi r J Braasl Straet, Oeraiar af Itata Areattiat COL.U1TXBUB, OHIO. i d 1 ., jass-aiyeoa COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Money Market—July 5. MONtY Market steady at 4 par oertt.oh.can loans. .1 , '" ' H rKRI.ING KXCHANGE-rOolet at 18I0HX , i JOI.I-Ii flrmer. O-enlng at declining te iK,andoliiHineia.JSJBV in .': " ,r' I -(iOVEIlNMEISy STOCKS -Mere aetlvei and nriner.' si HEIGHTS Frul.hfa to ' Liverpool are IJgatlt ueiier. New York Stock Market—July 5. Stocks stronser. Cttnegv A Alfort' 101: tl.'lj A; JVet'rn l42; Aitow A Terra Haute 1; Pit.tsbuigh. r'ort Wayde A Chicago (ibic-go A Rook Is-; ltid Oi1,; .Cleveland. AoU.Udfl VtyfC Cliie.go A Xoittn.est.fTi 31,','; do preferred eltft; Cleveland' A fPiltabarc 834; Ilinois Central Micbiaau :st'al 109; Michigan Southern 80J; Iteadtng ryecj) re lorg central JO ooupnsni 11105k.': (to S 1(HW- 10.1(1 .nnrw.na RU- 7.30. 1M senei,iojM; v . u ... l.eiegiapn V t snl - ' IE'."-' ' .i.ii I New York Market—July 5. 1 SO 1 I 7COTTJf-t-Ql,'ltM3aofornilddllng. KLOUK H.-.vv for common and steady for1 goad grades, dales at 7 ImH tl10 W tor extra round beiip Ohio, and tip SocotlS IS for trade brands, olos- W UISK.Vr.Dan atd BorniriHraT S5a 26 for Western. .. ,.. Piw -, ', I W II r. AT-Hull apd heavy, at fl 00 for WllwreWei c'aStt wxaa i turneir Ko. a do, and a coojii a iNe.lido.'i. . .i !...j.i'w B. KLhY AND BARLEY MALT DU.--' vJt'tt-W Aetive, 4rresulur and unsettled, with a . moderate export and brisk speealative demand, at 8tH5oforeocnd,Mc fjr jllo,aa4at to for , bite Western. OATH A shade firmer, at S0$63a for. new West- I HUOAH-Quiet. Cuba at lOJidllo. I MOLASSKS-I)nll.r ,-JJ PaTKOLKUM-LullatS3ofor crude, and 40o refined in bond. I PORK Haw mMa ekiirtn a tSl 4f tut .a.h S-!U. for old do and W i&t nil for prime. UL'L'l' ki 1 . . ... . , - , r . . r i ur.iir r-i.-au . !,.). vwi ou ior uoir piaia snesat aad tto to$55 R0 for new slain. TUtEV HAMS Quiet". . . ,-, ' CUT MKATS-lnrft4reojiestati:iSiCMo for shuldr. end ITatOirfoAams. BA ON-Du,l. k m T LAEi-l)u!lanihevytl9e.le, V . -' JsUTTKB-Qtiietat JoaVSso for Ohio, and 16140a rCate. t CUESE-Dulla.aei " n' ; , ' Oswego Market—July 5. FLOOB-Unchanged; (ales 1.000 brls at 11 25 for-r brand tr.-m o. I spring: l- 7bu lis furred winter; tlS615 76 fiir YX, , WHEaT Unllj aales H.TOObush No. 1 Milwaukee eiah at a30: 2,200 bush do at $3 83. ' ' - VOKN-Oulet; No. 1 Uliooie held at TTtTBoo. Xt sale.-' . , RYE Held at OToVor waatern'r ' ' " '' CANAL CltBIUHTlS Dull; 'wheat MJi; corn 10111 to New York. Lumber, $aoo to the lJud. 'L'XkE tMPORTIf-Whcat. J2.000 basbels; corn, M.Oia-bushels: Re, lt.OOO bushels. (JANAL, EXPOUlS-Flour, UO barrels; eorn. N.OOO hiuhals. - - Buffalo Markets—July 5. .-. FLOTlB-j-Quiet. . .. WHEAT-scarce and Arm, with a very1 light de mand. CUItX Active at lo advance; 300,000 bush changed nanus sinoe noon at foe. - fTS-Dull; No. 3 (J KLEY Stouinal. E-Quiet and uuel Chicago fid So. 1 4eV : , ucbanged. , FOKK 3i 10. ' liAKll SMSJJjo. WJIISKV Nominal. . OA NAL FUEItiilT6-v7he ta Albany. t . i , i. , it 19; Corn IS; Oats 10 Chicago Market—July 5. . FLOL'I-.Qaiol. W IpEAT-r irinat an advene of KB3e. Bales at ei rotor no. l. ., "COBK Aetive and advanced Is, at 5S59Vo fer No l.andfllS.W forNo. . . OATH Advanced K An. Sales at SIX We for No. land SAiOXcfor No. 8. ajFKKIUHT8-rtteadv. RKCEIFTrt 6,000 hbls flonn 21,000' iush wheat: JW.nno hush corn; He.OBg bukri eats, a ' - mHIPMKN I S-T.oo l.tils fli.uq 92,000 bash wheat 668.000 bwehroorii; m.U4 buah oale.- ' Baltimore Market—July 5. VCOUR-Quiet. ' " VUEaT-lull; new red t2 75, and old $2 .5 1 8S. 'IK Tivt . OORN-Declinlng tendency; White 1 15; yellow ?! .. ' .... I V I . ... X A CON -Shoulders 17X0. . SCOR-Dull. , , 7. -v COFFEE Ilea vv. ., WHIBKY-lrillana nominal; . ni; as " ' Philadelphia Market—July 5. , Trade Js generally verv dull. ; FIjOUrf-Litile export demand. i 'WltEAT-Dull. - ,t. ... .- CORN Scarce; yellow in demand at 1 00. . PROVISIOvsl-q.iiet.- : PORK Ms mlMW 00. ., '1 WilIslK,Y-f!teadr. t r Seady-maDe OTIIING Fidf I per Cent Cheaper than ucrctofofe..; . 15 REVOLUTION IN PRICES! .t'i'.if ,oVI GOOD! APPRQACIILa A GOL,D vi: 1 1 - i . i . ..... . t-i-.i ' .j-ii-.i- " JOSEPH GUNDERSHEIMER, MERtbirAIVX ,, XAiibii, U J I : .' I : ;.. . I li J. j. -.IV? VI OLISAtl AMD BIT AIL DBALEB IN Ready - Madq , ClotMng ! CLOTH 5, C&SSIIRERES, TWEEDS. VESTIRGS V I BND GEHTV FDitN KHIHR-Cnnn v an a - H 6& 7 ?NeU House Builditig,' TAKES -PLEASURE I INFORfflINO hi old customers and the general public taat he has just returned from the Eastern cities with the largest and best selected stock of Keady.Made Clothing, Foreign, and Domestic Cloths, Caasi meres Tweeds, Jeans. Yes tings of all aiuii. styles aej" prices,, and (Aentlemens' Furnisbing Goods, ever offered to the sase ot .the publia in the cits of Cw lumbus. These IJoeds were purchased during tha unsettled condition of the WoM marL.l.. . J .L.. eastern meronaoes-were anxious te ceil, ana 1 oaa sen mem i FIFTY fPEeRcCENY. "Ufll, than those whotbought a-aaawth or sti weeks bTfore I can now sell Anita mr sea. whinh thna .ii,. sgo brought Wim wT,i) to 75t for .Ov whiea men enraabbarem 7a to aioo. oratabouiih - . Samri ' Prtcesfas Before : the' War; 1 eel Ly ,!'' I Call am youraelve. 10 tnijse wne aave ravored ma with tbelr patronO age In thn pait, 1 am thenklul, land eat nowastar i ,tha 1 oan aU JJieaa Uoods at inuoh lower vThe Mlrohant Tailorimrnepkrtttieni Is underthe ehexge of Mr- J.B. FITZOEKALD, whose reputa tion for neat fits land well niade garments needs no oojnmont,. a M4 ejUclegwsgre.advertssatbom h T A aneissortmcnt otCaUdwnOlothliiaeBa' staaUykaoteaband.' -' apra-deodaa .VMH .11 I 11 f rirfc an tntrtf i-.l ti b. WILSON. -- OFFICE,' H No. , lllBroaay, . 1 ILL, PBAOrRT! invVBTin. 'i-llKNTS for NnrrhaMi . I u paperaat theueui!prioe,aud wUl make prompt re- turns. . J sin Tko44 pazwt cUiint a tkar af wv htuinttt - , M. itfT 'jmblUMnf May aM'br eeadu- i a a ,,r.hi'.,suminci (BT raanaaiot)r II J r BflSfc.'. JptTASEChler Ju.ilc.lr Ui lv W'ir DENNISON, P. 14. Ganeral. (saneral. j jp aysudrf 0 9 l;or. ft iii lie ifesiuyuiutivili rpJTK CfsPAtiirNKaillP HERETO X fore elisting under the arm of Meily A Uleca, .t waa uiieuivea oy muiuaj oonaent, jacoD Ulo-e re tiring, Mr.M. E. Mcilyaeaumeeall debta due tbe rm nyot beta, aad u authorised toeollent allrUin a n tha grm , .'. ),-iT IJWislU. KJ BLOOD . 1 1 i I. "i wTT.TB V BLOOD A. UrilriUM piLLar PlXISat ;i BLOOD U BLOOD i;i BLOOD " BLOOD ,.BLbOD I.BL00D iBLOOD .BLOOD -BLOOD iPiLia; PILLS. VILL3.1 PILLS, i piLLari PILLS.,S piixa," ARE TJISXTAxaso f 1 ,,,;t,." Scrofula. ...,ease, OUl tjoret Salt Itheum 1 i x 'lhrspeptiaor Indigestion, -' rti , i ! aw-'' " ' SICE achit; ... M JAvtir Complttnts,IlJiuinttimj ' , , . JTever and A flrt. tit. An - 1 hwhb-s riTire, ,,K ;FEi!ALS l-.ll ,1"! " if'.l ' -1,1 H: 'gone Vt9. Scrofulous .(Vsr. rr PILLS ,..1 ,. 'Il l ! BLOOD; PILLS 1HD I ONKperaoa Writeejrher Hairghrerwas clired ,, , f, 1 brfits of 11 IM years' staodiag,, and at.Vrtua' '. " 16 1 dairce of two yenrs. , , , ,. ,i:,,.i j- it ' ii H'jAi-J . AMUTHBK writet. his sofa was eared eftaava t,i ANOTHfRwu aurmd mt Art J ltie fcf. ') cij I tsar trvinar AMrt mtAMrt In kia vaawh. - n ..- , !'P l . AStrl HIK wae curd of Terer Bore whlck , bad exieted fourtemvyaarev . , , aMtiTfis-n .r nh.IMi,M .iv,l LmL 1i t lr ii";-! Cases innumerable ef Dyapaecia and liver ivl)'1' Comi'laiot oonld be mentioned, lo whioh. Mia. ; ll ;l-r.erend IiU work UkajriAbsy .J j the blood; PlllSi' Are tbe tndst active and Ihoreugh pllts ftias " bareerer been introduced. Tbcci aS ae 'di':' 1 recUynpon the l.i.er, eiciUeg MaAetwaaSa) -eucti an extmt aetliat the ay.u-m d'e noA ra- 1i;i!l lapee into its former oendition, which is loo asA . ' i lo be tiie case with simply a porgaiire pill. ' They ara really a ( . . ., , ,'. v.:.! BLOOD AND .LIVER PILL. ,,' 'T - " and rri edujqnction with thaij - i.-ti r,i A BLOOD PURIFER! it'i I nU b 1" ..l i n Will on re all the aforementioaed dtceasca, and.' -of tlieuselvee. will relieve aadoure . -. ,l''y Headache, ' OostiTenesa. J '.' Ooiio i " Pains', Cholera " Morbus;:"?;. " Indigestion. 'Itf.fte TJoweli 7 IV Diznnfl'si. ktL. Urn: Jf.-'V'1"1 I" nit. kobacks: StomacH'"! Bitters 1 . , Eheuld be used by conraleacento to streturltiea i' i" ,. j., , I" 'I- 'the proetraUon which always follows acuta 1 '-. ii! -I 1 ' Try these awdiomee; aad yc'wffl never re- rrea is. ask your ncignoora wao aare uaacl ' them, and they will aay they are OOOO MIDICINES, and yw should try theoi ba- , ore going tor aphyaiciasu. : PRINCE, WALTON & CO'.', (Bocceasort toCr. C.W, Robaok.) 'In- .! .UOtt !B0PItIIIOBe Ji:iit l uit lli'ii- . "I" -I c! '..-I ":).M 'I iT. ''. Nob. 66;:58, 60 & ea K Third St., 3IPf ciim A?XT, O. III '11 ' I 1.1 -111 Are Sold by. aft, Pruggist and Dealers In Patent Medicine. , j, j . IOI M! 1 7VCDVWU17P17 a. f Ul l ,IMMli-e .i'"7 o-. :;junetlrd,twi i4ui u w ,t i)ii'! Repulatibn Eblishe I ' Tf rf. af.'aIKcn'&''fi public benefactress , arid her t CM- wonderful succest is unpre- cedented. Her fame and her discoveries haveC gone abroad, and to-day she , is in her line the largest nati X' 'ub i- v, l-.t- ufacturessin the world iil'f : 1 I , in .; , . Everybody Interested. routn ana ota ape are alike 1 benefited by the use of JTSriSC1 , 1. alien' s World's Hair i v-C- Restorer andCUairI)rettClA ing. They act directly wpom ' 1,1 the roots of the liair, eauting,:hi I . Itxuriant growl hah&fy ty. -Voprhair,ifirh4n&$ p, l;n:ft ul grey or white by sickness yr " ' 1 1 other cfiuscs.tcUl toon be)tCW"T $tovedto its nafural color i and beauty. JPandtiTertiApJZ icated forever. 'The-'jMair - ' ' t1""': falling stopped. TheJngst'C " delicate hcad-drcssor bon ' net can Wcom witlioutfeaf11 " ; "i1,,, of soiling. . ThemdsWettehtti ;. fal fragrance to the halt fin'- ! imparted. 'If-ypUwisHiocA CJ, restore tyowr luiir, as iii id ' .'."J youth, and retain it throush moo I'm I" 1 - - 1 m . ctagga ii ItirotlTJX mm life.xcithoutdelav nurehaitti'1 a bottle of each of Sirs. & JZllcria frXreiTo. FaaL t-. -r- " awats aJ, storer and ptyssfa&A Ziv MS eVIXM) Gt wicV tJ".?iiiiO l'-t oett'ee-deodAwly :b;M..'l-- . IJ w 'JJLZ ll-arr. ''"L' Soa FOU THF HANDKERCHIEF.:,',0! .ni-,,r,.dov.J1iK.rta li..." lull! fl IT I 'i'i. ,rw 4 rn-'iil J'i'i:" i it nut, " , V.-.'. ..."X.,h .A. . .j t,..,t.,.i, 1 r,'u T Va C J " " ,A A i,,rt 'ti, .iu'"" " J ' tH UvlO s .. eimi.-eJX''''' eii .H .oa-- . t A Mas. ialf lie. Delicate cad Vt ''rant a?eraat, rjlatilleel fi-aaa UV Vjaata. sac) Bejaaiiral TlpffOHJ t l A which It sahes lt aaaae.,V r, i i' '- . slanofacturcd onjr by PUiLOl dbSOIT. E3 Beware of Counterfeits. ( IT tu no ret m, 'or -ha oa bo d- St be at ft a. t" in t e- ea IB a If I- V in Iff' alt It- uM or Qi t of !W a to rf r is-, a e ii t ' k, ll' n af V i i, Ki r ul; u, l- ..ilW in .i'xi.l ...vi'ii y T'f 't .fji 0 ; ota" i-A . t ii ,1 -'i." -. l - : . .i I ii jtiii i;-l i l. Tia 1 ,')!!!l ttl Hill I " it" STOW"' 1..1B USiatl I a. M. V Vf l,.l- : i-i.t