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nEANOM WHY THE , AMERICAN WATCH MADE AT WALTHAM, MASS,, IS TUB BEST, Itli trade rn the best principle. Tta frama if e mpoecd of FOLID H.ATEB. KO jercan inter fera with the banner' of ill Working, and no Hid den slock can darrageits nachincry. livery piece Isnsde.nrl finlsh.d by nacbinerj (Itaelf famous for its rovtlty, aa well n for fta effectiveness) and la tnerefore proprrly made. The Watch ii what all n-ecrsnlun should re ACCCBATF, SIMPLE, RTFONO AND ECONOMICAL. Except some tlgh grides, too oostly for general nse, foreign Welches are chiefly mad by women and bovr. t nch Watches ate S'wnoctd 0f several hundred litces, screwed and tlvrted together, and rtquire comtantrepalri to Iter p them in any kind f order All persons who bare carried "aicres," "leplnei" and "Knglish I'stent I.evera," are perfectly well aware of the truth of this statement. At the beginning of curenterrrlse, more thrn ten yeari ago, itwaa onr flrct olject to ms ke a thorough ly ood low priced Watch for tha million, to take the place of there foreign lmpositionr the refute of foreige factories which were entirely unsaleable at home and ptrfrctly worthless everywhere. How well we hare accomplished this way be nn derstrod from the fact, that after rn many jeers of pub) ie trial, we now nake MORE THAN HALF OK ALL THE WATCHES BOLD IN TI1S UNITED STATES, and that nooibu-a have ever given suoh nniverrsl ratisfaction. While this dersrlirent of onr business ia continued with increased facilitioa for perfect work, we are at prevent engated in the manufacture of Watches of the very HIGHEST GRADE KNOWN TO CHRONOMETRT. one quailed by anything hitherto made by ourselves, and unpurpeseed by anything mai'e In the world. For thia purpose we have the amplist facilities. Wa save erected an addition to our main buildings ex ressly for thia branch of our business, and have filled it with the beat workmen In onr service, aw machines and appliances have been constructed, which perform their wtrk with conmnrmate delica cy and exactreaa. The choicest and most approved materials only are ' sed, and wa challenge compari son bet eon this grade of our work and tha finest imported chronometers. Wa do not pretend to sell oorWetctesfrrfMmofKvllan foreign Watches, but we do srrert without fesr of contradiction that for the tarn tnonty cur product ia inco mparably su perior. All our Watches, of whatever grade, are fully warranted, and thia warrantee ia good at all times tgainst os or cur igenta in all parts of the world. ' CAUTION. The publlo are cautioned to buy only of letpcctalle dealers. All persons selling counterfeits will be prosecuted. ItOIIIIlHS V APri.ETOIV, AGEMS FOR THE AMERICAN WATCH CO. 182 BROADWAY, N. Y. juneg-dAwlm MRS. WINSLOW, An cxrerienrad Ktwo and Fenala Physician Trcsentsto tin attention of 2Iothei$tter Soothing Svrup FOR CHILDREN TEETHING, which greatly facilitates tieprorcis of teething, by goftenir g the gun s, n ducing all iLflsn mationa, will allayALL FA1K andrtatnxdicaotion.and is Sure to Regulate the Bowels. erend npon it, mothers, it will give rest to your selves and Relief nnd Ifealllilo Your Infant. We have put up and sold this article for over 30 years, ar.d can bit in cohPHiExcK ayd tfcih of It what wa have never been able to sayof any oth er medicine kevsr bab it Failed ik a binoli IXBTAhCITOIF ECT Actus, when timely used.-1 Never did we know an instarce of dieeatisfaction by any ore wbe used it. On the contrary, all are j ;nv wi it. , r..L i. , M. commendation of its magical effects and medica viitues. We speak In this matter "what fl DOf IKOw," after SO j ears' experience; akd flidoi CCH KErCTATtOh FOH TDK ItLFIl 1 KENT OF WHAT W 1 bekx declahi. In almost every instance where the infant is sufieiing from pain and.exbaustion, relief will be found In fifteen or twenty minutes af- . ter'the syrup is administered. Full directions for using w ill accompany each bot tle. None lennine nnleaa tha fae.almlle of CCR- 118 A 1'h.UKlNb, New York, ia on the outside wrapper. (Sold by all Druggists throughout tba world. PRICE, ONLY 85 CENTS FEB BOTTLE. . apr23-d&w6in L1FK-4-IIEA lYril STB EIiTII. I.IFIv-llEAL,TII-8TnEIGTII. LIFE HEALTH STRENGTH. THE CHEAT FRENCH REMEDY. DR. JUAN DELAMARRE'S CELEBRATED SPECIFIC PILLS I'repandjrtm a preieripUon of Dr. Juan Dta . mart 4 1 lauj jiynctan qj m uotjnia au Jiord ou tariboUUr of fart. This invaluable medicine ia no imposition. I.1UU, UUb ! i or Seminal V.I i. unfailing in tbecureof epermatorruas i Weakneaa. Kvervsoeciea of Uenttal or Urinary ratibility, Invoiuntaiy or Nightly Seminal tmis siona trom whatever cause produced, or bowever aevere, will be epeedily relieved and the or gans restored to neaitny action Etad th following opinion of ttninmt IrtncX phyiUMm : Wa hate used the Bpecifio Fills prepared by uaranoierea Dupont, no. sisKua Lombard, iroio the nrescriotionoi Llr. Juan Delamarre. in our pri vate praotice with atiiforiu success, and we believe there is no other medicine so well calculated to cure all persons sutlering from Involuntary Emissions or any otner weakness of the Sexual Organs, whether eau.ea By a seaentary moae oi uving, excesses, or Abuse. R. A. BEAUVEPARIE.il. D. O. . liUJARinN.M.l). JUAN LELEU0aKE.M.D. . Faru.MaySth.lws. BEWARE UK OIUNTEKFETTS. . The Genuine Fills are sold by all the prinolpar DruggiaU throughout the W orlS. r'rioe One Uollal per iiox, or Bix boxes for r ive itollars. GABANCIERE A DUFONT. Bole Proprietors, No. 81 Hue Luiulaid. Faria. One Dollar injosod to any autboriied Agent will Insure a l-ox by return mail, securely sealed from 11 observation; bix coxea tut i ive Dollars, bole Uenerai Agents lor Amerioa, , OBCAE 0. HOSES ft CO.. 17Courtlandtst.,N.Y. Agents for Columbus and vieinlty, 8 . E . 8 AMUEL iail. KOBLUTd. lUlyU'W-dAweowly ana jPKOjF. II, AINXJERSOIN'S DERMA DOR! IS A LIQUID for external application, a valuable X oheuiioal couibination,diaovvereu by a celebrated Ubemiat warranted to cure inflammation ia alt nmnmui Wounds, bruises. 8 Drains. Burns. Inflam matory Kheuuiatisui, UroDohitis, bwelliug of the O lauds, lnnammation of tba Ayes, riroken ureas is, rosea ieet. Chilblains, Files, Pimples on the i ace. Bee btiuga, and all bures the human Bean is heir to. Ou Horses aud Cattle it oauuut be excelled for the i aura of Ualls, Calks, bprams, Wounds, and all hurts on animals, it never fails to cure if used as directed.- ' D.RANSOM ft CO., Proprietors. maflO-tnchlT-dtwAwsrn-P Buffalo. .Cholera! Cholera. IT -18 COMING I All should be prepared to ward it off. not only by the adoption of proper sanitary 'ineaus. but by having at band some eUeotual remedy ' iorteady use when the dreaded diaeaae appears. It is the opinion ot eminent Fneiciana that moat cases of Cholera can be readily oured it a proper remedy is nsed early. ISuob a remedy we now oiler to the publiolntheartioleot Dr. J. It. MIJL.LEH'8 UNIVERSAL MAGNETIC BALM baa been tboiougbly tested, and we apeak advisedly when we oouiuend it to the public ss the best known remedy tof CilOiJiKA Al BOWiiL H iLAliSXi. D RA1.8lU 4 COh proprietor, ' maylO-moh-dtwAwm-P . BuBalo. Colgate's Aromatio Vegetable Soap, " A superior 1 ollet Pi prepared Irom refin ed Vegetable Oils in combination with fclr cerine, and especially designed for the use ol .XaiUiea and for the RuMr. Iti perfume U exquisite, and its wasniDf pioperUea unrivalled.- tr sale by all yrug&isw. , t iu- " -i f AMUSEMENTS. Ellslcr's Athcneum. MANAOHa THBASUllRB BTAOB MaNAOgB.. WIM, KTJTT. A. M. HRKHing. ....B. WIAVCB. Great Saturday NiRht Dill I Marian M. Pmith will appear in a favorite Dance I Mr. W. J. Ihouip'on in two Oreat. Characters J Melodrama and Faroe I Satnrdnr Evening;, loir 7th. 180(1 Will be present! d the beautiful Drama oalled THE VISION OF DEATH. Delalr (the Brigand) llr. W. J. THOMPSON. Carlo, aotiog Dog HECTOR. To conclude with the roaring Faroe entitled the p i:ksecutei iFirrciiraAN. John Hchmlt Mr. W.J. THOMPSON. Monday night. THE FOREST OF BOUDT. 8CAT.K OF FsieBH.-!)? Oin-la an.l l'.rnnll Mo; Gallery, 25U; Private Boxes, W.OO; Blngle Seats in Boxes, gl.OO. Uoors ooen at 7 o'oIock: curtain rises at 8. SPECIAL NOTICES. PUKIFY THE HLOUI.-If the blood be pure, the body, which is formed from and by tha blood, cannot be diseased. But if thore be in any part of the body any affection, suoh aa a boil er ul cer, even a bruise, the blood circulating through that part takes up impure matters from the local af fection and carries it into the general system. This is the cause often of sudden death to persons of full habit afflicted with bolls and ulcers, and who use no medicine; the matter gets into the circulating sys tem and chokes up the fine blond vessels which sup ply the brain with vitality, and life oeases as if Bereft by Lightning;. Now this can be remedied. URANDRETH'S PILLS Take all Impure matters from the circulation, and save the general health, soon curing local affections also. BRANDRETH'S FILLS protect from tedi ous times of aiokness and often save life. Sold by all Druggists. jnlyT-d&wlm SECRET DISEASES! SAltlARITAR'ft ftilFT! NttrfARITAIVfl GIFT! TEE MOST CERTAIN REMEDY EVER USE . "Yes, A Positive I nre." FOR 0 ONOBRHOBA , GLEET STRICTURES, dC. Contains no Mineral, no Balsam, no Meroury. Only Ttn UlU to I taitn to tftct a Cur They are entirely vegetable, having no smell nor anr uni learart tastr, and will not in an? way in ure the stomach or boweh of the most delicate. Cures in from twoto four days, and recent cases n "twenty-four hours." S0 E J FOBrKK, hO THOCBI.K, NO CH ANOg WH ATEVIB Let those who have despaired of getting eured, or who have been gorged with Balsam Copabia, or Mercury, try THE SAMARITAN'S GIFT Pent bv mail in a nlaln envelona. Price. Mala packages, fi.W, Female 13.00. Samaritan's Eoct and Heib Juices The great Blood Purifier and remedy for Scrofula, niveta, form, Spot, Tettera Bvaicif iivust Etyfiiuiia sr venerea al Jjiacaaea. Ac. FOR SYPHILIS OR VEKFHFAL DTSFASES THE KAMAKlTAN'h ROOT AND HEKU JUICES Is the most potent, certain and effectual remedy eve prescribed it reaches and eradicates every particle of the venereal poison, so ttat the eure is thorough and permanent. Take, then, this purif.iing remedy and be healed, and do not transmit to your posterity that for whicn y may repent in aftoryeara. Price I1JJ8 per ittle. Patient, take notice 1 The ingredient! are known to the ph.tsiciana who uae tbeni, as you will see by tne following: Post Hospital, Fokt MAFRDAi.r,, ( Baltiuohb, Mo , Feb. ito.lSM.l "I heve great satisfaction instating that I have nsed ' TheOamaritan'.t RtmedUt' for Venereal Dis ease in its most custon ary forms; tbat 1 have used them with judgment, discretion, and properly, and have found them respond to my anticipations promptly and effectually. Knowing their composi tion, I have thci'ullest confidence in their efficacy and as far aa my use of them extends, 1 reeommend themationgly. "ALFRED C. BOWERS. "Assistant Surgeon 6th New York Vols." Bold by U. HUBERTS, and by Druggists. HONUIMls CO., Proprietors, 916 Race street, Philadelphia. oettrtS-ly-MWaS AGVA de 1WAONOLIJI. A toilet delight The ladies' treasure and gentle men's boon! The "sweetest thing" and largest quantity. Manufactured from the rich Southern Magnolia. Used for bathing the face and person, t render the skin soft and fresh, to prevent eruptions to perfume clothing, Ao. It overcomes the unpleasant odor of perspiration. It removes redness, tan, blotches, Ac. It cures nervous headache and allays Inflammation. Itoools, softens and adds delicacy to tha skin. Ityields a subdued and lasting perfume. It cures musqueto bites and stings of insects. It contains do material injurious to the skin. Pstronited by Actresses and Opera Singers. It Is what every lady should have. Sold everywhere. Try the Magnolia Water onoe and yon will nee no other Cologne, Perfumery, or Toilet Water after wards. DEMAS BARNES A CO. Props. Exclusive Agents,!)'. Y. et-dwlv is. A Household Necessity Exista for tbe Use of IWRKO'S CATAKIIII SNUFF, Which, in the first stages of a eold. aots likemagio Headache, Hoarseness, Diptheria, and Bronchitis, Sore Eyes, Deafness, Bad Taste and Smell, being the result of Catarrh. This Snuff removes and pre vents all these, and insures a healthy Head. Its effects ara pleasant and safe, even for infants who sufier from Snuffles. It liss tbe highest professional testimonials. Sold by all Druggists, or sent by Mail to all parts of U.b. or 30 cents (or One Box. or II for Four Boxes. ' Address JAS. DDBJIO.P.O. 'oxissj. New orkCity. At Wholesale, by DEMAS BARNES a CO. 1 Park Row.Ne York. juneg-lydAw. IIAGAIV'S MAGNOLIA BALM This s the most delightful and extraordinary artiole ever discovered. It changes the sun-burnt faoe and hands to a pearly satin texturs of ravishing beauty imparting the marble purity of youth, and the (Us tlnuut appearance so inviting in tha oity belle of fashion. It removes tan reokles, pimples and roughness from the skin, leaving the oomplexion trees., transparent and svooth. It oontains no ma terial injurious to the skin. . Patronised by Aotress es and Opera Singers. It is what every lady should have. Sold every where. Retail prioe, 50 ots. Prepared by W. K. Hab am, Troy, N. Y, Address all orders to DEMAS BARNES A CO.. New York. oots-dawly 1IAAKIAU HOUSE OF ' JAY . GOOKE & CO. Carner Wnll tc Nassau die., New York. In connection with our houses In Philadelphia and Washington, we have opened a N&W YORK HOUSE at above location and offer our services to Banks, Bankers, and Investors for tha transaction of their business in this eity, including purchases and g alas of Govbbmiiint Biccbitiis, Stocks, Bomob and Gold. ' We are constantly represented at the Stock Exchange and Gold Board, where orders sent users promptly filled. Wekeep in baud a lull supply of- GOVERNMENT SECURITIES OF ALL. ISSUES,. baring and selling at current prioss, aad allowing orrespoiidenta the moat liberal rates the market affords. .'.. i . JAY COOKE tc CO. , ,,i ': ' ' n , TOaVT8-ijdAw D MAKJtlAfcfi AN1 CELIBACY, an Es say of Wartngand instruction for Voung Men. Also, Disease ai d Abuses which prostrate tbe vital powers, with mis means of relief. ' Bent free of obargein staled letter envelopes. Address, Dr. J. KK1LUN HO UUli 0. Howard AwooiaUon. Phil adelphia, Pa, ' aprllTd;w3a Telegraphic. FROM WASHINGTON. Deserters from the Regular Army. New Yoiik, July 6. The morning papers contain the following specials from Wash ington: A. general order has been issued bv direc tion of the President, that all deserters from the regular army who Join their regi ments at any military post or recruiting rendezvous prior to the fifteenth of August, will he returned to duty without punish ment, on condition that thov make ud lost time aud lorfeit pay. ' The Tax Bill. The committee of Conference on the tax bill have agreed to report upon the follow ing among other provisions : While street railways can Increase their single lares one cent to cover the tax, a proviso requires that they shall sell tickets in the package with only the exact tax added to the regu lar rate. The paper qtteston stands as fixed by the Senate, viz: printing paper of all descriptions is free, and other paper Is taxed three per cent, ad valorem. The tax of one-tenth of one per cent, on all auction sale is agreed to. The tax on ready made clotliinst Is fixed at two per cent.. and tailors, milliners, shoemakes. &c, are to ue exempt irom tax, as in the House Dill, when their work, exclusive of materials- does not exceed one thousand dollars an nually. Cordage, rope and cable made of vegetable fiber are put on the free list. General Sherman. Gen. Sherman will be In New York on the 7th, Philadelphia on the Oth, Boston on the 12th, and on the 15th will be at Dart mouth College, where his nephew graduates. The Public Debt. The Treasury department Is busily en gaged In preparing the formal and olllclal statement of the public debt for the fiscal year ending July 1, 1800, and will not therefore publish the Informal monthly statement for July 1st. From four to six weens win proDaoiy elapse before tne var ious accounts can be balanced, returns re ceived, and the olllclal statement be ready for publication. lhe Washburne Investigate z committee will be prepared to report on the Memphis riots within a tew days. Indian Affairs. Thos. O. Tarker, Superintendent of In dian Aflairs at Carson city, Nevada, reports touonimifrsioner uooley that tne Indians in that superlntendency were all In good health, and peaceable and quiet. On the Truskue river reservation a few acres of laud have been plowed, and the Pohutahs have planted potatoes and a variety of oth er vegetables. They seem to be well pleased with the idea, and work faithfully. Agent Campbell, at the Walker river reservation, has also caused a few acres ot land to be plowed and seeds sown. Supt. Purker believes that these experiments will do much to Impress the Indians with the idea of permanent, substantial and systematic farming. FROM PORTLAND. Arrival of Provisions—The Fire Breaks out Afresh—Clearing Away the Ruins. Portland, Me- July 6. Five car loads of provisions came down from Boston last night and are being distributed to the peo ple. A fire company of eighty Btrong from abroad, have been working all night on the ruins. . Large amounts of supplies have came in from various places. They were, greatly needed. Most of the provision stores had been burned, there was hardly anything left to bo bought, and our people were mostly living on bread. TheAthenuum Library was totally de stroyed. The City Building and Custom House blazed up again this morning, and occa sioned another fire. .The city was in darkness last night, ow ing to the gas being cut off. A rain is fal ling now, but it is scarcely needed, as the flames were so fierce that all vegetation Is burned off the ground. The First and Second National bank funds and securities are all saved, and there is no doubt in regard to any of the others. Ira P. Farrington should be added to the list of clotlnna dealers who have sunered, The brass work establishment of L. Crock ett was not burned, as reported. The tre mendous exertion to save Winslow & Do lin's planing mill were successful, which saved Commercial street and the lower side of Free street. The National Traders' Bank papers and money are all safe, also the papers ot tne ucean insurance company. Workmen are busily clearing up the ru ins, and everybody fs at work getting in temporary residences and places of busi ness. Our shade trees are mostly ruined. Tbe newspaper offices are issuing slips. and will probably go out of town to print lor tne present. ,-. Owingtothe noble charity of other towns and cities no one is suffering lor food. FROM NEW ORLEANS. Odd Fellows' Hall Burned—Celebration of the Fourth—Texas and Mexican Items. New Orleans, July 5. The Odd Fel lows' Hall, the most massive and magnifi cent building in tbe city, except the St. Charles Hotel, was Durnea last night. The building, including furniture, was valued at $300,000; insured for $305,000. Celebration ot the 4th of July was uni versal. The shipping ana consulate dis played Innumerable nags, and the firemen had a errand festival The Western Texas elections repudiate negro suffrage strongly. There are continued reports of murder and robbery by negro troops on iced rtver, The Masonic society have offered accom modations tj the burned lodges Cotton demand more general. Sales 1,000 bales: prices unchanged. To-day's re celpts, 30 bales. Sterling 67 New York extra premium. The steamer Piscano from Bagdad 26th, arrived at Brashear city. The steamers llolcombe and Euzenla, with two schooners containing Generals Met la, Ulivera ana starts, tozetner witn about one thousand persons, consisting of troops, Government oinciais, women and children, crossed the bar of the Rio Grande on the 26th. bound to Vera Cruz. ; Gen. Kscabado occupted Matamoras on the evening of tbe 25th, with 2,000 men. Matamoras Is remarkably quiet and or derly. ... . : Fires Order of the Day. Cincinnrti, July 6. A double brick house on Vine street hill, occupied by S. S. Carpenter and Dr. Wheeler, was destroyed by fire on the 4th Inst. Loss $16,000. Total loss. The Lgwrenceburg, Ind., fire will reach $100,000 Twenty-one buildings were de stroyed, covering an area of nearly two acres. . ' Chbbrt Vjxmy,N.Y.i July 6. All the buildings on tbe north side of Main street in this place, from the barns attached to Steams' Hotel to J. Suttllf ' bouse, were destroyed by fire last night. Lost from $95,000 to $100,000. Tbe fire believed to bave been the work ot an incendiary. Relief for the Portland Sufferers. Newark, July 6. A meeting of prom inent citizens is to be held at the Astor House to-morrow afternoon on behalt ot tbe sufferers by the Are at Portland. New Bbtoswick. N. J July 5. A pub lic meeting was held in this otty this even ing, to take measures for tbe relief of tbe sufferers at Portland, Maine. - FROM NEW YORK. Another Accident. New York, July 6. Last night a party ot about sixty boys crowded on a shed on the corner of Sheriff and Grant streets to witness the display of fire-works in East Broadway, when the shed gave way, break ing the ribs ot Mrs. Annie Granger and severely injuring her daughter Catherine. A man, name unknown, was severely in jured: also the following named boys: An drew Brown, E. Gillespie, Joseph Merrill, Thomas Mulchv, Jno. Smith, Jas. Flnley. A man named Wm. Webster was also hurt, The Cholera. There were no fresh developments on Staten Island, and no deaths from cholera yesterday. The sick in hospital there are all progressing favorably. Address by General Sweeny to the Fenians. Gen. Sweeny publishes an address to the Fenian Brotherhood in America, in which he defends his course in the recent raid on Canada. He recommends the organization of Circles and the formation of artillery companies by the members, under their chosen leaders. He dates the address at St. Albans, Vermont, July 4th. The German War. New York, July 6. Tae Herald's for eign correspondence shows that the people were evidently astonished at the rapid and successful movements ol the Prussian forces in Hanover and Saxony. The report ot the occupation of Dresden produced considerable astonishment among the citi zens of Vienna, but nothing like consterna tion. The utmost and most perfect securi ty was maintained relative to the Austrian plan of campaign. It was alleged in Paris that the Parisians detetsed the Prussians and the policy of Prussia, while on the oth er hand we were Informed from Berlin that the Emperor of Frc.nce Is in hearty accord with Bismark and King Frederick William. It appears as if Napoleon was simply con tused. The Italian volunteers on the right bank of the Po were in sight of the Crao tlan Sea, doing duty for Austria on theoth erside. The Duke Dichartes, Louis Phil lip's grandson, tendered his services as an officer to Victor Emanuel, but the offer was declined by the Italian Cabinet. Financial. New York, July 6. The Commercial's money article says: The improvement in the stock market is well sustained. There was more activity at tho morning session, extending to the miscellaneous list. Some ot the leading parties in the upward move have got out of their stock, and with a very handsome profit. Michigan Central is be ing manipulated for a rb-e, and advanced . The long pending movement in North Western appears to have culminated. Some of the larger holders of the stock were sel lers at this morning's advance. The price closed at higher. The preferred stock rioted at oi, an advance of ya. Govern ment stocks continues very active. In ad dition to a brisk home demand for invest ment, there is also an extensive inaulrv from foreign bankers. foreign exchange is rather more active and tinner. Gold speculation lacks interest, owning to the diversion of operators to the stock exchange. The premium i rather stronger, under a laiger demand from custom districts. FROM NASHVILLE. Celebration of the Fourth—Disturbance Between Negroes and Whites. Nashville, July 5. The Fourth was cel ebrated by several picnics. The loyal por tion of the community assembled at Base ly 's Grove, and was addressed by Hon. Mr. Maynard and others. Several prominent men were present. The negroes held a celebration at Fort Gillcm, which was broken up by a party of soldiers ot the 5th Regular Cavalry. Gen. Fisk received dispatches last even lug; from Smyrna, on the N. & C. ltallroad, asking tor a detachment of troops to quell disturbance between citizens and negroes Whites. XXXIXth CONGRESS--1st Session. WASHINGTON, July 6. SENATE. Mr. FESSliNDEN, from tha Conference com mittee on the Tax bill, made a report, whioh was read at length. Mr. FESSENDEN, at the conclusion of the read ing, said there were a great many amendments to the bill, but moit of them were verbal. Theoom mittee had amendel the subject with very great eare, and bad no difficulty in ouming toaconoluaion, exoept upon a fow points, which were finally settled totheaatiutaction of all. It would tie toomuob of a task for him (Fessenden) to undertake to go through the whole bill and explain all the amendments, but if anr Senator had questions to ak in regard to any article in the bill, he would be harpy to answer. Mr. SAULSBUR V. said that when this bill came from the House there was a tax of five eents per pound on cotton. The committee of Conference had reduced it to twocents. Tbe House was glad of that, but, considering the situation ot the people ia that seottoj! where cotton waa grown, reduced as they were to abject poverty, toaroely able to get bread for their families, unrepresented in Congress, be thought it wrong to single out one artiole of agri culture for taxation. He was totally opposed to taxing cotton unless other products ot the farm were taxed. While the bill aa presented by the Conference oommittee was more favorable than as it came from the House, yet as the single artiole of ootton was singled out of all agicultuial produots for taxation, he could not rote tor the bill. Mr. HENDKICKS said tbat the Senate was In formed early in the session by the proper depart meLts of Government, tbat the condition of the bill wass'jch as wou'd allow a very large reduction in taxation. He (Hendricks) was informed by Mr. Sherman that the revenue from internal taxes mipht be reduced seventi-five oents on the dollar. He hoped, then, to see some reduction In the taxes that have been upon the agricultural interests. But there was no such relief. Tacre was an extortionary tax on whisky, although he thought an experience of tea years had shown tbat that tax defeated the revenue. He then sp ke in opposition to the cotion tax, and characterised tbe bill as unfavorable to agricultural interests. Mr. SHERMAN said that the agricultural inter, estswere better cared for than any other in this bill. .Nearly all the burdens were put upon wealth. Articles of luxury were taxed heavily, while agri cultural implements were left free. He doubted tha sincerity of Mr. Hendricks when be said he cheV-not oppose the bill from any sectional point. It would be within bounds to say tbat if Ohio paid HO.OoO.OOO of tax under the 'ast bill, sue would pay but ffi.ooo, 000 under this. Indiana would par one or two mil; lions less than under the former bill, and so of other States. Mr. HENDRICKS replied to Mr. Sherman's re marks. He maintained that the States of Indiana and Ohio were interested in the ootton tax. It was to their interest to promote the growth of cotton in the South, as the farmers of the Northwest found their best market in tbe South for their oorn and. other products. Mr. WILSON said that Mr. Morrill reported the bill, bat men from the Northwest originated it. Whoever said itoama from New ngland said what was not true. Mr. HENDRICKS said that after the remarks ef Mr. Wilson be felt sure the tariff bill would be de feated. He hoped it would, and would join Mr. Wilson in laboring for its defeat. He would join with New England in demanding revenue tariff, and that would be protection enough under tha present system. Mr. WILSON said that the high doty on wool and iron was pat on tbe tariff bill against the wishes of the ohairman of the oommittee of the Hoase. Mr, GUTHRIE said he was opposed to the tax on ootton, and also to the tax on sugar made from oane. His judgment was against any tex on ootton. Mr. JOHNSON said he rote merely to say that ha thought there should be no tax on ootton. sinoa ha believed it would prevent the tax agreed npon by tbe oommittee, though it would bear that recom mended by the House. The report of tbe Conference oommitUa was agreed to and sent t the Houre. Mr. POLAND oalled up the bill to provide for tha payment for quartermasters' stores and aubsixtance supplies furnished to the army of the Unites States. The dilution was on Mr. Wilson's amendment to strike out the provision authorising payment for stores not properly receipted for. A discussion took stores not property receipiea ior. a aisoussic lace, participated in by Messrs. Williams, lowe, Fessenden, Saulsbury, Howard and bulL Mr. WILSON'S amendment was agr Messrs. Williams, Ulark. oa irum agreed to by a rota of 17 yas toll nays. At 6:16 the Senate took a recess antil T A. II. HOUSE. Mr. STFVENS having got time to make a per gonal explanation, filed for publication in tha Globe some remarks in connection with tha statement of Mr. LeBlond after tba speech of Mr. Harris, in whioh it was asserted tbat the views of Mr. Harris and Mr. Stevens in regard to secession oolnoided. He (Stevens) denied tbat during tha fonr years of the war tha rebellions States war in any sense la tb" Union. The bill to grant pensions to tha offloerl and sol diers of the war of lsU earns op in order. After de bate the bill waa modified so as to inolada sailors. Tne bill was thea recommitted to the aommitteo on Invalid Pensions, together with all amendments and substitutes, so as to have a complete bill reported. Mr. PKRHAM asked leave to report a bill grant ing pensions to those soldiers of tha War of 1818 who are in neoesaitoasoireamsawces. Mr. HALE asded whether tha bill inoluded sol diers of the late war I Mr. PERTTaM replied that it did not. Mr. HALE objected to anyfbill tbat did not extend the same right to tbe soldieJsof tba late war aa to the soldiers of any other war. Mr. HUBBARD, of Cons., from the eovmittee on PatanLa. rerjorted ai hill kn allnw .lamea O. Cook to apply for an extension of hia patent on button backs tonnectingeyes. Tbe House went Into committee of the Whole, Mr. Schofleld in the chair, and resumed considera tion of the Tariff bill. Mr. K ELL If moved to reduce the duty on Italian marble from one dollar to seventy oents per cubic foot, and spoke in it support, After considerable dehate it was rejected. Air. WILSON. of Iowa, moved to reduoe the ad valorem duty on polished marble from seventy to fifty-fire percent. Mr. liOUAft opposed tne amendment. Tbe committee rose to close tbe debate. Mr. HuOI'KIt nranntiiii the retuirt of the Confer enoe oommittee on the internal revenue bill, and proceeded to explain the same. Mr. STEVENS inquired what had been done with the provision requiring oases of alleged frauds nn the revenue to be tried before a United States oourt, instead of being decided by assessors. Mr. HOOPER rep.ied that tbe House receded from that position, being assured by the commissioner of internal revenue that there were sufficient provisions of the same kind in other parts of tbe bill. Mr. STEVENS thoucht that was the most Import ant provision in the bill, and the bid should not pass without it. Mr, KOS3 inquired what disposition has been made of the provision abmit the income tax. Mr. UOO 1'E K explained tbat the Senate had strnck out tbe whole section, as '.he inoome tax for this ysar had been laid and the Senate deemed it expedient that there should be no action on tbe subjoined until the next session. In that view the House Committee ooncurred. In re gard to ootton, the tax waa fixed at three cents per pound, instead of two cents as fixed by tbe Senate, and five oents as fixed by tbe House. In relation to gas companies and horse railroads the Senate provi sion allowing them to add on tbe taxe was agreed to. but only to continue till the 8uih ot' - April next, in order to give them time to apply to the State Legislatures, the horse railroal oompanios in the meantime being bound to aell packages of tick ets of not less than 20 at the legal rate with the ac tual tax added. In rel ition to tbe exemption of smalt manufacturers, such as tailors and shoemakers, the Senate committee had ooncurred with the House in exempting tiooo worth of work, exclusive i f the value of the material. Alr.,EUGLESTON protested against the action of the committee in regard to horse railroad oompanles, and hoped that Congress would sit till December next rather than submit to it. Mr. SL'HF.NCK made an agreement in the same sense, and that if there were no other objeotion to the report of the oommittee he would vote against it on thai ground. Mr. MOHK1LL expressel tbe opinion tbat this was a very small matter to make a fuss about; that tbe action of the committee was carried and proper. Further debate was closed t-y tbe previous ques tion, and the House proceeded to vote on tbe Con ference report, which was agree 1 to yeas 71, nays 57. 4 Pouohkkepsie. N. Y. July 6. The most intense heat prevailed here to-day. The marcury at noon marked 100 deg. in the shade. One death is reported thus lar from sunstroke. St. Louis, July 6. At a meeting of mer chants on 'Change to-day a committee was appointed to solicit subscriptions for Port land suflcrers. Much sympathy is felt for them by citizens generally, and a handsome Bum will doubtless be raised. Louisville, July 5. The celebration of Independence yesterday was mostly con fined to private picnics and social meetings in the suburbs. Military headquarters were illuminated, cannon tired, public and a few private buildings and Adams Express were decorated with flags, but fiere was no mu nicipal celebration of the day. F. A. & L, LESQUEREUX IMPORTEKS, AND WHOLESALE ADD RETAIL DEALERS IN Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, ALSO, IN Pocket Cutlery, Tools, Materials, Notions, Gold ouver ana oteei opeoiacies, ana f ancy Wares. OVH FACILITIES AS IMPORTERS enable us to supply the Jobbing Trade at the most favorable rates of any establishment in tba country. Repairing Done with Neatness and Dispatch. F. A. Sc I I.FSilUEREUX, NO. 71 SOUTH HIGH ST.. Columbus, Ohio an8-dlToi PASTURE TO LET. rHAVE FIFTY ACRES OF GOOD Timothy Pasture to rent at Litbopolis, Ohio, 16 miles South of Columbus. There is in said pasture lots sores of a splendid sugar-tree grove, and a never failing stream of wfler. ior particular, inquire orni aiMoNT() Elk Horn Bouse, Litbopolis, Ohio. may8-dtf-D Royal Havana Lottery of Cuba Conducted by the Spanish Government $360,000 IN GOLD DRAWN EVERY 17 DAYS Prizes cashed and information furnished, the highest rates paid tor Doubloons and all hinds oi Gold and Silver; also, for all Government Soeuri es. TAYLOR A CO.. aprll-diwly Bankers, 16 Wall St., M. York REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. A DOUBLE FRAME DWELLING, containing Eight Rooms, with a splendid Lot SO by 187H feet, fronting the Irish Catholic Church. For sale at a bargain. Also, A Beautiful Lot of Fonr Acres, Qn Broad street, north side, one and one-fourth miles east of High street. For sale at a bargain. For particulars, call at the junell-dtf OHIO STATESMAN OFFICE. CALL FOB DR. J. MPHERON8 CILEBR1TID 33"V33 WATilJtt, To be found at Jones c Son's, sole Agents for Fran eonnty, 0. ap!2-d3m Taylor, 0'Harra & Co., i 1 UNDERTAKERS, No. 98 South Third Street, Opposite the First Presbyterian Church. THEY ARE THE SOLE AGENTS FOR Shnler'sj Celebrated WronlJaat Ir Galvanized Caskets & Cases. ' , ALSO Raymond Craae Breed Sc Jrietallo Caaea asad Caaketa. Wood Caskets and Cases always on hand. Country Undertakers supplied en short notice. Hearses and Carriages to attend InneraU at all times. Terms reasonable. mohST-deodly Partition Notice. ElflAJtTJEL STVLTS, tr R V I L L A btulta, Reuben Stnltg and Elisabeth Foreman, of the oounty of Franklin and State of Ohio, and Merilla Palmer and Cyrus Palmer, of the eonnty of U nion and State of Ohio, will take notioe that a pe tition was filed against them on tbe 14th day of June, A.D. 18H, in tba Court of Common Haas withinand for tha eonnty of Franklin, in said Stati, by Edward Foreman, and is now pending, wherein raid Edward Foreman demands partititn of the fol lowing real estate, to-wit i About lot aoies, situate In Washington township. rranklin oonntyJ)hio, and bounded on the north y lead of Adam Price and James Donaldson's heirs; on the east by Cyrus Ashbaugh's lead; on tha scuta by George W. Dunn's land, and on the west by Lan. don Bishop's land, and is the same fans npon whioh Reuben Stults, deceased, last dwelt: and tbat at the nest term of aaid Court tha said Edward Foreman will apply for aa order that partition nay be mad of said premises. . - s DatM this Uth day of June. A.D. 1W. Y EDWARD FOREMAir. By Amibibt W. Giabak, big Att'y. . . ,-Juneil-w6w r COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Money Market—July 6. MONEY More active at 6 per oent. on call loans. j(HTERLlNG EXCHANGE - Steady at J08X UOI.D-Ia flrmer. OnenlngatlSstt. declining t ,BJ.dT.?n(:i"tv,1B,X ni elosing at VAX. M GOVEBaMWIX STOCKS - Mora active at firmer. , FREIGHTS Freights to Liverpool are a trif lower. New York Stock Market—July 6. Stocks are stronger. Pittsburg, Fort Wayne riiinMirn S7U. f'.h!n..kA UnW I.Lnil Q. ni.l..i... ii.rtii western B; do preferred 61k,'; Illinois te trellUlV Michigan Southern SO; Cleveland A ledo lui; Heading IWX: Erie tX: do prefern Jiew Y rk Cejtral Wfi: Wenern Union T'l fraph MX; 6-20 oouoona of '! 106; do of ' lOI t -3u's. Id series. 103V: Tennessee t s. S3. New York Market—July 6. COTTON A little mora active at unchang. . pricei: 36c for middling. FLOUH-Oenerally dull, and Inferior grades S lOo lower. There is some little business doing ertra State for export to Umdon. hales at $7 70 8 7o for extra Hta'e. H 7.V310 20 for extra rour. hoop Ohio, and 10 15311 3 75 for tiade brands, clo ingdull. Inoluded in the salesare 1.600 brla exn State for export to London, part at (S 40 and tl remainder on private tonus. WHISK Y-Quiet and nominal at $2 234J 2S f. Western. W'HhAT Very dull; and inferior grades are So lower, at II M for Milwaukee elub aud 3 W ! whito Western. RYE Quiet. liftkLEY AND BARLEY MALT-Dull an nominal. CORN Opened lo better, but afte wards tbe ma ket became beavy and tbe advance waa lost, an finally. cloisng with a better speculative deniam and the advanoe remained at BfriM.So for unsou' new mixed Western, 8B86Xo for sound dn, olosii , with free buyers at the latter price, audOOo for bis mixed clearly yellow. OATS-Opened l2o refer aad closed at lo i vance at 51 Ui for new Western and 7iio for Iowa 4JOFKKE Dull. - HUUAK Dull. Cuba In bond at 10X310Xe. MOI.ASSBS-Quietaad firm. WOOL Quietand steady. PKTKOLc,UM-i)ullai&t230 for crude, at 40o refined in bond. fOUK-Heavy and lower at 131 8KS32 19 for ne mess, dosing at $34 00 cash, 60 for old do, an tiO 60 for prime. Also, 2,500 brls new mess for J m and August, sellers' and buyers' option, at $32 Out 3-i 50. BK EF Unchanged at previous orlces. KKEF HAMS Nominal at 146446 60. BACON-Ouil at 100 for long olear, 11 Xa f. short ribbed. CUT MEATH-Steadyat WX&Wi for should rs, and 17420c for hama. 2LARD-Oull and heavy, fc'alea 400 brls at W ll&TTER Dull at 20S33o for Ohio. Cincinnati Market. FLOUR Prices are nominally unchanged, and w quote superfine at M extra at tu 2&aU0 6( lamily at10 7&311 76, and fancy attli'SU. WHtAT-Ext.a old red is held at 'i 6093 67 and extra spring at 2 15 Buvera are holding of and quotations ara nominal; BOO bushels Ho. i re sold at 2 25. CORN-It was held at74$7ro, la bulk, and 90? inoluding sacks. Mixed shelled in elevator is high er; holders axking 6304o, and 7S"5c in sacks. La was bald at 61 a bio, witb talcs of 3U0 busbels at th latter rate. OATS The market is dull at former quotations; 40o for No. 2, and 4So for No. 1. RYE The best qualities would not bring ore 90o. BARLEY Prime Fall and Canadian is held a $1 4641 60. ORUCEK1E3-A fair demand at 25S31o for fai tocnoico Kio Coffee: la 15 (Jo for Sugnr; ISjSIB for bard refined, and 00 Sic for Porto Hico Molaa tea. BUTTER Prime to choice Central Ohio J32c. CHEESK A continued quiet market at 14sVl6o Kir pound, actual tare, for Western Reserve and amburg. KUOS Prices have declined to 18 1 19c per doien, shipper's oouut, for prime. WHISKY A continued quiet market at 27c, in bond, and 2 35, duty paid. SE tO Tnere is scarcely any demand for Clover, and prices are nominal at 7 for prime. Timothy ia entirely nominal. Flax ia in light lufply, andaa the demand is good the market ia firm, aud prices have advanced to 1 6S3. Cleveland Market. FLOUR-Doublo extra spring held at (10 It 9 tl 15. V HEAT Sale 4 oars No. 1 Milwaukee spring at (2 31 CORN Quiet and steady at 68o for No. 1 mixed; 70c for No. 1 yellow. OATS-Moderatedemand and steady at D330o for Western and Mate. RY K Held at 85c tor Nn. 1 in store. POKK deldatfcU 00 for No. 1 mess; $30 00 for Prime Mesa. LARD Firm and stead v at Mo in tierces, 23 Xc in keas for oity rendered; MKS'Jlo tor country rendered. BKEF '!it packed mesa held at fM. SMOKED MEAI S-Males 8,000 lbs Hams at Sic; BOOIbs Shoulders at 16c; I.ViOlbs Dried beef al Ho. Shoulders liio; I Tied Beef 28c; Baou 10c. BUTTKR Quiei. Sales kegs prUe Western Itennrv- 4 HV-. CHEKriK Quiet and steady at iiksjuu ror iwi w choice dairy and factory. BUUH Moderate request but firm at 25o. H lOH WINES Scarce, firm aud unohanged; held at 'i 25. ALCOHOL Cologne Spirits 14 6034 65; M per cent. Alcohol t 404 55; Neutral Proof Spirits 2 434 48. t"K I'ROLEUM Firm; Refined in bond 35$3go; do free S&'gfiGo. LAKE FISH-White Fish (8 60(38 75; Pickerel (AuooXj'.U; Trout 17 0037 60; Bass 5 60; Herring ti lO4 50, all fur half barrel. SPECIAL NOTICES. TRANSFORMATION ! The superstitions of antiquity are only "food for laughter" at the present day, and jot this is an age of aooomplished with the aid of science. For exam ple : grey, sandy or red hair is ClIANttEO IX A. MORIEXT, to the riohest conceivable black or brown, by a sim ple application of CRISTADORO'S HAIR DYE. Manufactured by J. CRISTAD0RO, 6 Astor House, rew York. Sold by Druggists. Applied by all Bail Dreasors. juues-d&wlm BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE I The Original and Best in the World! The only true and perfect Hair Dye. Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous. Produces Immediately a splendid Black or natural Brown, without Injuring the hair or skin. Remedies the ill effects of bad dyes. Sold by all Druggists. Tha genuine is signed William A. Batohelor. Also, miliJtNERATuNG EXTRACT OK MILLEFLEORF ; for Restoring and Beantifying tha Hair CHARLES BATCHL0R NewYtrk. augl8-dwlv Rtmoved from bla Old Office. DR. A. B. WILLIAMS. West Broadway, neat High street, Columbus, Ohio, baa devoted himsel for a series of years to tbe trea ment of certain pri rata diseases. He may be consulted at bis omoe- Broadway , near the X lohange Bank ' ohumm Datcher'sj l.lf tUniasr Fly.KlIler Hakes quick work with flies, and if commenced arly, keeps the bonse olear all summer. uook out for imitations. Get Dutcher's only. JunetlS-dAwlm NEW PERFUME FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF. A mtoat KsejuUlte, Delicate) sua Frsv. arraat TertwsaNi, Dlatilleel sVwaa Ike Rare) aael Baamtirei sTtewer sVasa which it take Its amaaa. lOuiuractnred only by PIIALOIV SOT. IST Beware of Counterfeits. Ah P TKton'rTtikm as ofter. 1 ' Sold hy drojjists geneT&Dr. feb30-deodlweowm ; READY-MADE CLOTHING! 1 - j Fifty per Cent. Cheaper tban Heretofore." GREAT REVOLUTION IN PRICES I goods AprnoAcmno a aovo BAAIS! JOSEPH GUNDERSHE1MER, AMD WHOLIS1LI aXO BRAIL DIAL! a IN Beady - Hade Clothing ! CLOTHE, CISSIIIIERES, TWEEDS, VESTMGS AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 6 & 7 Neil House Building;, TAKES PLEASURE UFORItIINO hia old customers and the general po bile that he baa juat returned from the Eastern eisies with the largest and beet .elected stood of Roady-Meda , Clothing, Foreign and Domeatie Cloths, Caaaloieres, ' Tweeds, Jeans, V eatings of all kinds, styles and prioes. and Uentiemens' Furnishing Goods, ever offered to the ease ol tha publie in the eiti of Co lumbus. These Goods were purchased during tha unsettledcond tion of the Uold market, and when Eastern merchants were anxious to sell, and lean ' tell tbem FIFTY PER CENT. CHEAPER than those who bought a month or six weeks before, lean now sell suits tor 2ft which three months sgo brought from AO to 7 5 for tjOt whioh ' then brought from 74 to tlUO or at about the Same Prices as Before the Wars: Call and sea my Goods and Prices, and satisfy yourselves. To the who hare favored me with their patra age in the pa-it, 1 am thankful, and eaa now aisure them that 1 can sell tbem Goods at much lower ' prices. The Merchant Tailoring Decerttnent la nndertba oharge of Mr J.B. FI1ZUEKALD, whose reputa tion for neat Ota and well made caroieatj needs M ' comment, as the articles always advertise them selves. , . A fine assortment of Children's Clothing eon- stantly kept on band. apraa-deodtoe Reputation Established I evTlr. S. avf. allien it truly a publie bencfactre8, and her wonderful success is unpre cedented. Her fame and her discoveries have cone abroad, and to-day she is in her line the largest man ufacturessin the world Everybody Interested. Youth and old age are alike benefited by the use of Urs. S. .f. Allen's World's Hair Restorer and Hair Dress ittg. They act directly upon the roots of the hair, causing luxuriant growthand beau ty. Your hair, if changed to grey or white by sickness or other causes, will soon be re stored to its natural color and beauty. DandmlTerad icated forecr The Half falling stopped. The most uiivwte head-dress or bon net can bewom without fear of soiling, Thcmost delight ful fragrance to the hair is imparted. If you wish to restore your hair, as in youth, and retain it through life, without delay purchase a bottle of each ofJtlrs, S, !. ,llleii8 World's Hair Re storer and Dressing, Sold try Draggiati throughout tha World. PRINCIPAL SALES OFFICE, 19S & 200 Orwaawaca lb. ITarw-Yark. oeM'65-deodAwly OUARLIB HUSTON. B. H. OA1DMSB Huston' & Gardner, One door Itorta mi the) Peetfllc, Have greatly eniiijed their Stock of Drugs. " Medicines, Perfumery, Toilet & Fancy Coods, Patent Medicines, And erenowprepered tosuittbewantaof all. 8 oial attention is invited to their large andeosnpleta stock of Perfumery, Soaps, Ac., which is eioeUed br none in tbe oity, either in quantity or auality.- Also, to their unsurpassed .took of Imported and Domestic Cigars. Fhysloians Prescriptions' and Family Reel peg carefully oompoandod. jaoM-codaat FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP. L. U . DATIE8, MAKtrraortTux or Portable and Stationary Engines, CROSS-CUT 0B DRA3 SAW AND CISCULai BAVIBO MACKS ES, ALCOTT, OR BBOOK lathes. Threshing Machine BirlDLE ia Machine. Unwin Knit Reapers. Iron Vaults and Safes, Sugar Mills. Mill W orks, Horse rowers, Grating and lanoing, Brass and Iron Castings, As., de. Also, Agent tor f itt's P rem! am Separator, maa faotured at Dayton, Ohio. , All Kinds of Repairing at Ehort Notice. ' Bromel Straw, Cwraer ef SteUo Arwrnmrn COLVirlBIJS, oniO. , janS-dlreod ' MAD AMU BURCn'O NEW TOBK ;, ; MILLtrJERY HOUGH. No. 59 North High Street : KEEP COH IT AN TXT Olf II All AW . , j V' B!ried aaaortnsenl of Millinery Goods of aU descriptions. . . , ,r ' u. . . ' '" ' aUCIJ. 1 mohtt-deodlT L WHISKY, BRANDT, VltiE, Liquors ol all Kind tv-vi? IjHrty Pre Wyeer old Bourbon Whisky. Also, twenty-nre barrels pure a to U years o Monocahela XThizhy, 11 . tof the bast brands. Wilt be fold bv the demijons. eg or barreli eiao, all kinds ut Wines aad ethex iquors, by , MCXtLTT, EOBSftCfl.,' ' ' eo ' South L'ikh stitol.