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' SPECIAL NOTIOKS;
PERMANENT iND WIDESPREAD SUCCESS IS THE BEST EVIDENCE Or TtlJE tiOODREBS Or BHiNDETH PlXCs. Tbeyihooldba In erery family, ready Toraiaon tbe flnt lymptomi of disease ooourring. Tbii mthod will often tare lite. ' Remember, iba VaaUrataaetaatraatea a P.I..., n() yoar safety demand It should ba got fid of without delay.' Colds, rheumatism, asthma, plau riii. diarrhoea, eollei, la feet, all sickness it the eon aeqa.nee of actiya Impurities In tba blood. That bint ramoTad, tba health ii ritored at onoe. , . , -Otoarre my nam In tba OoTaramant itemp In whit letter.. Hold by Druggists. auglo-dAwlm . B.BRANDBBTH. MRS WIN SLO W,' A eipertonrid arte and .female Fbyslclaa y Prmtsto tht attention of Mothers her ' S ob thing Svr up '"Voft CHIXDBEN TEETHING, ;, ,,' klcb greatly faellliatei tba proeeM of teething, by fleeing tba go a ' ri dvelna.Il InrJimmitioM.wll allay ALL KAIK and rfasitodio a tion,and Ii Sure to Regulate the Bowels. P.ftnd sroait.B.oUitii,ltwiJlgiTe rait to your ..Ireland i lItf aad nVnlth la Ya'ar la Aula. ; V Ikrt jut up & acid tbia article for orer N Iters, aid rii in comimkcb akd tbdth of . It abat at bra never beta able to aayof anyoth er rr.rdlcirfg--gviic Bit IT PULED 14 A SINOLB iitacb voir icit a era, abea time)? uaed.-. carrid we brow aa initaree of dissatisfaction b' any m-e vbt tiled It. Qn tba ecntrary, all ara d alighted a itb lu or oration, aod ipeak la tarmi ol commendation of Ita magical affeeta and madloa vlituei. rVeipeig In tbia matter "what wi bo im " after M jean' exrerirsce; and rLBDOB ova nxriTATioK roa tbb ivirnuitviow what I hers Iiiclam. In almost try Inttaneewbera the Infant ii roflerinr from pain aod axbautlon, relief will ba found in fifteen or twenty mlnntei af ter tba lyrup I administered. tall direction, tor asing a ill accompany each bot tle, fore pernlna Vnleiithe fae-sinUe of CUR T18 A ffchhJM-, ew York, la on tba ontiida wrapper. . told by all rruggisti tnrougboat'the world. PPICR. ONLY 38 CSSTB FEBBOTTLI. apTM-dAwflm A Hoaaeliald nrreaaliy Estate far tba l ue ol toURRO'S CATAttRII SULFF, Whioh, In the first stage, of a told.aete like made Headache, lloarsoesa,Diptberia,and Bronchitis, Bore Eyea, Iioafoeai, Bad Taite and Smell, beiDi tba reeult of Catarrh. . Thli fcsneff ramoTea and pre vent! all theie, and ininref a healthy Head. Ita effects are pleasant and safe, aren for infanta who tatter from Haumea. - It baa the biibeit profeaalonal teetlmoniale. Bold by all Druggists, or lent by Vail to all parti of II. b. r tej.ti lor One Box. or 91 for t our Boxei. Iddresa . JAS. DUKM). I O. ox VOS. I Sew orkCity. At Wbaleaale, byDEMAH BAHNEB A CO. 1 Park Row, Aa York. junev-lydAw. BAOAMI BAGNOUA DA LITI Thil the moat delli htfol andextraordinary article Terdiaeorered. 'It change! the inn-burnt face and hand to a pearly latin texture of raviihing beaaty iipparting tba marble parity of yonth, and the dit ttnv4 appearance ao inriting in the oity ball of feihion. It remote! tan recklei, pimplea and rottghueji from the kin, earing .the complexion freab, traniparentand imooth. It contain! no ma terial injurioui to the ikia. fatronited by Aetreaa aa and Opera Hingen. It la wbateTery lady ihonld kara.' Bold everywhere. Retail price, 50 eti, . Prepared by W. K. Haoan, Troy, H. Y. Addreaa all ordan to DEMA8 BARNES A CO.. New York, octa-dawly ,C. ', r I , ' . ASVA AIAOIfOEJA. j A toilat dalighi The ladlei' treaaara and gentle men'i boon I The "iweeteet thing" and Urgaat quantity. Uanufaatared from the rick doathera Hagnolia. TJetid for bathing fhafaoa and penon.t render the ikin aoft aad freab, to prarant ernpUom to perfume clothing, Ac. - It orareomea the nnpleaaant odor of penplration .It renovea redneei, tan. blotohea, Ac It ourea iarroai baadacbe and allay i Inflammation. ltooola, loftani and adda delieaoy to tba akin, ltytaldi amhdnad and laatina Mrftama." ' " Itourei muiqaeto bltei and itinga of iniacta.' , it eonutna no material injnrioni to tht ikia. 'Fatroniiad by Actreuea and Opera Hingeri. It la what erery lady ihoald kaTv Bol4 erery where. Try the Magnolia Water one and you will uie no other Cologne, Farfamery, or Toilet Water after- warda, PEMA8 BARNES A CO. JL . Ok i'NPi.lMluiiT AgenU.5. T., eci-aawiT rWnY NOT USE THE BEST? OVER TWENTY YEARS' innrtulna iImuI aataMiihed the fact that JdATuawa' Vbmbtiam Ala 1TB ia the beet in the world. It ii the cheap en, ine nioat reiianie, ana moat eontenieot. ita plete ia one bottle. Doe not require any prertou preparation of the hair. o trouble, o crock ee tain, froducei a beautiful black or brown, ai pre lerrea.iiA eouaeaa apply tu Aiwayi tire aatia faction. Only 7 oenta per bottle. 8ald eTerywher. ' ' A. I. MATHEWS. Manufacturer, N T. DEMAS BARMKS A CO, New York, Wkoleaala - Alto, MxTHiwa' AaxiOA Bata Clobi for r atoTinganddrmilngthcBair. " )unl deodly " " ' SPIKE THE ; GUNS ! Of Bnmbng. lmpoatera ara in tba field with dead' ly hair dyae, dangeroni to health and utterly da- itrnotire to the hair. . Do not aabmit to bare yom BAPTIZED WITH LIQUID FIRE. WhentBaVenoling Tegetable preparation, r, CRISTAOORO'S HAIR DYE, "t Willi la miautei, impart any desired lhade from light brown to jet black without injuring the hbree, itaining the ikin, or poieoning the lyitem ihrougktbeporee. Beware ol the deletetlouidjea Manufaoturad by J. CR1STADORO. Aitor Houia. aw York gold by DrogguU. Applied by all BaiiDnatara. : ' i i n julyle-dAwlm - BANKUIO HOUSE OF JAYrCPOKE 4 CO. Cwrner Wixll NaaaaSta.,Nir Trk. In ooOnaoUott with oar hoaeei I Philadelphia and Wublngton, we bare opened a NEW YORK BOUSE at abort looatloa1 and offer our lerricM to Bank. Bankan, and InrMton for the traniaoUoA Of their Jmiineu la thiialty. isolndingparahiatiaad talM Of (iOTIRNIUMT bXCCBITUB, bTOCIl, BoWDt AND OolB.' We are eonitantly repreeented at the 8 U)o Exchange' aed Gold Board, wbert ordart lent mi art promptly filledV We keep on band atall lupplr1 "uotTaiipNT CURlTjiaOTALL ISTO baying and lelUng at torrent prieaa. and allowing ootraipgndentt tba moat liberal ratal the market JAT COOKE A CO. maro-lydAw D 'BATCYiELOR't HAIR DYE I Tbt'prlginaJ and Beat la tht World I, Tba only tras tni terfeot Hair Dye. Hartile, Reliable and initantaneon. Produce! Immediately a aplandid Black otaatoral Brow, with oat injuring the hair arikla. Remedial the lil effect of bad dyea. Sold by all DrunUa, Tat genuine Ii ilgaad William A. Batohelor. AIM, - 1 - lot Reatoring and Beautifying tha Hair . , tv' CHArUJBlTCBiWlK KtwTexlfc " ,' attiit-dAwH ; ,;. ,,,,,;, , SPECIAL NOTICES. DYOIEMC WINE, AjprTed 1iy(h I imperial Schawl of ffledlclme, Farla. Tettel by the Committee on Cbemlitry of tba American Medioal A uooiation. aV tbelr Coa rention held in Baltimore, May lit, 188, and indorsed by it m"it prom .. i. Inent memben. '.'; Tbli Imported Tonic, recommended by the moat eminent Phyiieiani, ii prepared ia Paril front ; PUKE SIIEURY, Admltt In Iti aompoaltion only Tonic. Aromatle. and Febrifuge lubitansea. It replace! with a great' superiority, all other bitten, whioh hare for i bua' nothing but Alcoholic or Inferior Wbiikiei. It ii richer tbaa any other Bitter in '. I Aromatle and Balsamic Principles, And Ititaftela exqulilte. It" loothl'nr; efTectf on the Nikvout Flvidb Ii most aatoniihin. for, while it gently exhileratee. by re-mimaiioc tba fuDctloni of tha Diobhtimb Oboami and ols.lpa e l.aof uor, by gently relreibina and mmulailoi the Brain, girlng a healthy tone to the wholeorganiiin, It learei behin noneof tbe baneful influence that follow Alooholio itimnlanu, . HYGIENIC WINE Ii, MOBIOTBIt, ' MOST DELICIOUS TO THE TASTE, Pneeeiilng wonderful rirtuea In all cue of Dn- rtrai a and Dbbilitt, and moreerer ia unexcelled ' i an ! . . , , AFFETIZEIL It la mat latoxlcatiaa; 1m tfce LaaaU ALLEf Sc. CO CINCINNATI, "' ' Agent for OHIO. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. rrOR MORE THAN TWENTY YEARS MA -THEWS' VENETIAN HAIK DYE bu ttood tha teitof trial, and Ii eonitantly increailng In pnblio faror. It ii tbe belt and cheapeet ia tht world. Prlct 75centi. ' It girei a beautiful, luitroui, natural color. It ii complete in one bottle I It doei the work the flnt time. Itdoeinotcrock.imutoritain. ' It doei not rub off or fade. It alwayi live iatifaotion,' A child can apply it THIS HAIR DYE 1 manufactured by a peculiar procea (know only to Mr. Mathew), which renderi it infinitely luperlor to any dye In market. In ailing THE VENETIAN DYE yon arold tbatKL'STY.DEADappearance by which dyed bair Ii io easily recognised when aa Inferior artiole bai been oied. i Inrest 76 eenta, and you will ba conrinced. Bold by all Druggist and Fancy Good Dealer T A; 1. MATHEWS Manafeetnrer. ' DEMAS BARNES A CO., New York. Wholesale Agent. ... marltt-deodly Colgate's Aromatio Vegetable Soap. , A luperior Tallet teap, prepared Irom refin ed Vegetable Vila in combination with Uly corlae, and eepeeially deeigned for the use of Ladle and for tbe Kuraerr. Iti perfume ii exquisite, and ita warning properties unrivalled. frr lale by all Drogiist feblu-dAwly . ftrcoTd fr-oin hiaOId Office. DR. A. B. WILLIAMS. West Broadway, neai High street, Columbm, Ohio, baa deroted bimsel foraierieiof year to the tree ment of certain pri rata disease. Hemay be consulted at bla oC&oe Broadwaj, near the Exchange Bank CITY LOTS FOR SALE, SEVENTY.NIKE INUTS AND TWENTY-EIGHT Out-LoU in Deihlen' A Thnrman'i Addition, in tba aouth part of Colum bus, for sale on rery reasonable terms. Apply to , WM. O. DESHLER. National Exobante Bank, or to . - A. O. THDKMANr ' .' , So. S82 South High street. July t4, 1888. ' julyas-dlm MRS. DOCTRESS DONOVAN. ' ttl EAST FRIEND STREET, Physician for Women & Children, HAS LOCATED IN COLUMBUS AT the requestof some of ber friends. Mrs. 1). respectfully tender her lerricee to the ladle ol Co lamba and rioinity after a sneoemfol practice of H year in Jersey City, where her treatment in cen Bnemeota and all diseasea incidental to ohildren bare been anireraally acknowledged. Also, treat Womb Diseases, no matter of how long tanding qr complicated, and would prefer those case whioh have received medical treatment before, in order to oonrlnoe the uflerer of her superior skill, of whioh he can fire the meet unexceptionable testimonial!, AST Offloa boon from 6 to A. Mm and from 8 to A P.M. . , ane21-d3m THE CHRISTIAN WITNESS. Ear. J, r. 0IYE5, Editor and Proprietor. Published weekly ea Friday, at OOLUMBUW, OHIO. Office N. S6 North ipigb Street. .-, ALSO ' - ' BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. Turn witness Aims to bb a good religion journal, free from the political rancor of the timea and opposed to the mingling of politic ana raliaion. , . It ie an independent enterprise, but is Conduet-J ea la tne interest of, tne movement wbioa looks to tbe establishment of Churches on a basil of free and limplechrittianity. discarding all creeds but the Bible, and all test of Christian fellowship but that of a Christian life. It seeks to be entertaining and instructive to old and young, baring a page deroted exolaairely to the family giving current Intel 1 1- E suae, religious and leeular, and reporting the mar ets.Eait and West. We hope all who are la faror of a Christianity free from oolitic, aeobanianun and f&nalinum will extend to us their patrynage. jni'-H-a j. r. Ulr.n, HOCKING COAL, OF SUPERIOR QUALITY,, DEI.1V. ered to anr nart of tha citr or Railroad Dunni. , Order loft at my store. Buckeye Block, or lent by mult, vui n.v prvuri Mfcauuuu, Colambtt,JunWp18B. , . r ., junM-Sn Royal narana Lottery of Cuba Condnotad by tht Bpmniah fiorernment $3(30,000 IN' GOLD DEAWI EVERY 17 DATS AAbMl . anil InrnrtnAitrw, ftivntat..! hlghut rates paid tor Doubloon and all kind of Gold aad ailreri also, for all Government Seourl. ee. TAilAJtt a VU.. aprll-dAwly Banker. 1 Wall St.. N.York Master Commissioner's Sale." William B. Hubbard t Court of Common Pleat. John H. Wheeler at el. I Franklia County. Ohio. IB PURSUANCB OF AN ORDER OF L I atSil In fhaa arwaraa naiatA ank illvaxiaJ I . 1 , wi aru auw wusviiU I Will fJUW fr f the door of tht Court House, la tht Citr: of Coiombu., oa - vf Saturday, the J5th day of September A, .!) ASOO, at I O'clock P, M (ht foUowlng deecri bed real ea tate.towttr I , i' , . j t Lot Noi. 1C rf and to Witn.m i ' Amu .v dWislon tf ont-lou of the City tf Colambn.Ko4 M and 00 a laid oat and deeigaatad ea the tWerdeoV platof laid sub-division. Appraiied as follow t ' Lot No. 18 appraised at1 soo.oo. Lou Not. it and bp appraieed a aWaaah. trrlBter-teei4JO. .1, , ; i-WM.JJUAHUAN, augll-dltAwt i.v ui. l-X s, pAttASOtJh sun SaZADES ana sun AT. i CmbreUaoldloWa - " anrlir , , , ,. .u. 1 lllmil i 1 a. BAiiru.(r a Telegraphic. FROM EUROPE. BY THE ATLANTIC CABLE. British Parliament Prorogued— The Queen's Speech—Napoleon's Demands from Prussia—He will Fight if They are not Complied with—Latest from the Continent —Grand Reception of the U. S. —Grand Reception of the U. S. Squadron in Russia. New Yobic; Auir. 13 Br the Atlantic cable last night, dates were received from London, Liverpool, Paris, Berlin, 8t. Pe terfiburK, Cronstadt and Bucharest, down to rhe 11th Inst. The British Parliament was prorogued on the 10th Inct. In the speech from the throne, Queen Victoria recommends peace in Europe and a continued observance of British neutrality. She thanks the United States Government for Its action during the Fenian raids in Canada, and einrenwji hpr joy at the completion of the Atltvotlo tele- grapn. , - 1 NaDoleon hag demanded from Prussia the rectification of the French frontier by Its extension to the Rhine, as it was marked prior to the disturbance In 1814.- The mili tary and naval preparations which are be ing carried on la t ranee induced the Del lor that the Emperorwill make war if this de mand Is not peacefully complied with. . i A seml-oflfcial journal In Berlin recom mends Prussia to reconstruct Germany, as far as possible, on the basis of preservation Ot the vital and constitutional rights of the states which are to be annexed to her. Members of some'of tbe deposed royal families of German v were movinir towards Berlin. The Crown Prince of Prussia recom mends the founding of a national institu tion for the relief of Invalid soldiers. The Italian troops had marched from the Tyrol, taking a position on the line ot the j aguamento river. Uen. CiaMIni says that this Is a better defensive position, but others assert that It is merely the line of demarca tion insisted on by Austria before she would accept the armistice. : The term of the suspension of hostilities between Austria and Italy would close at tour o'clock on the 11th instant. Napoleon and Victor Emanuel are ia ac cord as to the future of Venetia. An armstlce bas been concluded between Italy and Austria on the basis of the cessa tion of Venetia to Italy. - Turkey has reduced her army of obser vation in the Danube, and it is thought that the Sultan approves of the rule of Prince Charles of Hopensollcrn as Hospodar in Konmanla. The United States squadron had a errand Imperial and popular reception in Russia. The Czar visited the vessels at Cronstadt and took the chief officer to diue with him. After dinner the Emperor toasted the pros perity of the United States and an uninter rupted friendship with Russia. me impress of Mexico lias reached Paris. Consols closed at 'London, Ausruat lltb at 87& for money: 6-20's. 68. Aim .Liverpool cotton market was steady on aug. nut. Aiiuoang uplands ia$a. FROM WASHINGTON. Texas—The Provisional Government to be Withdrawn, and the Writ of Habeas Corpus to be Restored Throughout the Union. New York", August 13. The morning papers nave tne following Washington spe cials : The President being officially informed of the inauguration of Governor Throck morton, in Texas, in accordance with the established precedents, and his previously announced purpose, ne win order tne with drawal of the Provisional Government and announce tbe complete restoration of the state to the Constitutional civil authorities It is also anticipated, In view of this being uie last ouite in wnicn a provisional gov ernment is maintained, that the President will proclaim, In the same connection, tbe complete restoration of the writ of habeas corpus in all parts ot the South aud throughout all the United States. Gen. Rosecrans Resigned—The Helena Riot—More Conscience Money. New Yobk, Aug. 13. Gen. Rosecrans, Brigadier General in the Regular army, having tendered his resignation, General Dickies, it is understood, will be appointed to the vacancy. As yet no official information concerning tne reported aiiacx upon tne town or He lena, Arkansas, by negro troops, has beea received at tne w ar Department. Some one in Chicago sends to the Treasu ry $14,000 aa belonging to the United btates. . Order Revoked. Washington, Anjr. 13. The recent Gen eral Order issued by Gen. Grant, requiring Department commanders to lorwara cop lea of such newspapers within their re spective commands as contained sentiments of disloyalty and hostility to the Govern' ment in any of its branches, with a view to their suppression, bas beon revoked. THE CHOLERA. Cincinnati—Sixty-Eight Deaths on of the Board of Health. Cincinnati, Aueust 13. There were fif ty-four deaths by cholera on Saturday, and sixty-eigni yesterday, 'mere nave been six hundred ana tea deaths since tho first of August. At a meeting or the Board or Health yes terday, it was decided that the cholera was prevailing here as an epidemic. The nunv ber ot sanitary police and district phvsi clans were largely increased, and 'measures adopted lor cleansing ail tenement houses, streets, alley, &e: It was also directed that suitable medicines be prepared and furnished the poor gratuitously. New York and Vicinity. jnew xobk,' August 13. There - were eight cases of cholera reported to the Board of llealtlvln this city yesterday up to five ciocK in tne afternoon. tx or them trad proved latal. Nine certificates of death from cholera were issued from Dr. Harris' office yesterday. Only1 tour cases of cbblera in the city were reported to-day, and no deaths. In Brooklyn seven cases and four deaths are reported. There were 378 deaths in Brook lyn last week. . oi whleh 113 wera (mm cholera. ;v "' " : "' Chicago. Chicago. August 13. The papers report aoouc twenty cases 01 cnoiera ia tne city, four fatal, since Friday up to this morning. FROM HARRISBURG. A Canard—Gov. Curtin Did Not Call Out the Militia. HamisBuitrj, Pa, Aug. 13. The special dispatch la the New York Herald of Sun day, stating that Governor Curtln had Se cretly called for 2,000 militia, is a canard. We are authorized to state that there la not word ot truth in It, such an idea having never entered the head of the Governor. From Boston. Boston, August 13. One of the baiidlnn connected with the Charlestown State Prison, used as a cabinet maker shop, con taialng a valuable stock of upholstery, was destroyed or nre last niKhtv. Lost The extensive repair shoos belonirinir the Boston and Maine Railroad Company, Lawrence, were destroyed by fire yes terday afternoon. Nothing but the round housAtwaa saved. .Logs to tha rVimnernr 1100,000 losorexj tor M,00a. -c " FROM NEW YORK. A Confidence Man Caught. New Yobk. Aug. 13 An individual calling himself Charles Relnhardt Rose, ingratiated himself Into the good graces of Mr. Ignatius Rice, a merchant on Broad way on Friday, and while the latter was busy with a customer robbed his safe of over 9 1,600 in bonds and securities. He was arrested on Saturday as he was about tak ing the steamer for New Orleans, and con fessing his guilt was held to answer in the sum f $2,000. - ; ; . Death of Old Editor. Francis HalL. late editor and proprietor of the Commercial Advertiser, died Satur day evening in this city, aged 82. He was connected with the above paper 63 years, aud always highly esteemed. Queen Emma Leaves for Washington —Vallandigham Enrolled. Queen Emma, of the Sandwhich Islands, left this city this morning in a special car for Washington. Sho was accompanied by Mr. Chilton, of the State Department, and by her lady attendants. A Philadelphia special says Mr. Vallan dlgbam has been enrolled as a member of the Convention, and there are Indications of trouble being caused by his taking a seat. Gov. Pollock, Superintendent of the U. S. Mint, has been removed. FROM WHEELING. Seyere Thuder Storm—Houses, Bridges, &c., Washed Away—A Family of Seven Perished by the Flood—Two Persons Killed by Lightning. "Wheeling, W. Va, Aug. 13. The se verest thunder storm ever Known to have, visited this vicinityoccurredSundaynight. A number of bridges, culverts, telegraph poles and houses were washed away. A family of seven, named Robertson, residing six miles west ot the city on the National road, were carried away by the flood, and all perished. A man and woman was killed by lightning in the city, and several casu alties are reported to have occurred east of the city. Trains on the Cleveland Pitts burg railroad suspended running to-day In consequence of the bridges at Portland and Bridgeport being washed away. The creeks are all swollen, and the river has risen six teet. The storm seems to have spent its fury within a radius of twelve miles. There were heavy rains in the West, but no damage is reported. , . . FROM CAIRO. Cholera Among Negro Troops—The Reported Riot at Helena Contradicted. Cairo. Ill- Aueust 12. The steamer Continental, which passed here last tiizht with a detaohmentof tbe 5(3 th colored in fantry, had sixty cases of cholera, induced by eatine raw Cuba suzar. Six deaths had occurred. Only those who ate the sugar were sick. The steamers Henry Ames and Platte Valley also had sickness on board. ....... The report from Memphis of riotous proceedings by the 56th colored infantry at Helena, is pronounced false by officers of the regiment. FROM LOUISVILLE. General Rousseau and the Congressional Nomination—Arrest of a Counterfeiter. Louisville, Aug. 12. A private dis patch from General Rousseau, at Washing ton, ia response to an inquiry as to his wishes in regard to the Congressional elec tion, states that if he can be elected without a scramble, he would be gratified. The Louisville Courier urges the propriety and justice of hia re-election. A man named Pullum, from Ohio, was arrested yesterday, and f 1.400 in counter felt fractional curreucy was found where he had just secreted it. FROM PHILADELPHIA. Fernando Wood Will Not Appear as a Delegate. Philadelphia, Aug. 13. In order to promote harmony in the proceedings of the Convention, Fernando Wood has decided not to appear as a delegate. From Fortress Monroe. Fortress Monroe, August, 12. Com- mander A. B. Hitchcock, for some time commander of the Gosport Navy Yard, has been relieved by Rear Admiral Stephen u. uowan. It ia rumored In Norfolk that the prop erty of Henry A. Wise bas been restored to him. . From San Francisco. San Francisco, August 0. An Iron Company has been incorporated in Oregon with a capital of $500,000. Eighty ships are loading here with wheat for England. Mining shares are irregular. From Buffalo. . Buffalo, N. Yn Aug. 13. The American Association for the advancement of science begin their session hero to-morrow. Mem bers of tbe Association who mav arrive here during the week are requested to re- fiort themselves at the Citizens' Exchange, n the Young Mens' Association building, for assignment to quarters. A Questionable "Institution" Gone up. A New York paper thus alludes to the closing of Taylor's saloon, the . proprietor having sold the building to an express company: This well known establishment at the corner ot Broadway and Franklin streets, was built about fifteen years ago. Tbe saloon was furnished in a gorgeous man ner, and immediately became Immensely popular, especially with the ladies. For a long time it was almost the only , respect able place where ladies could ero unattend ed by gentlemen and satisfy their appetites, rendered sharp by their shopping excur sions.! It has ever since been one of the institutions of Broadway, as familiar to all as-the street itself. People of all kinds flocked there, the wealthiest ladies jostlinir their poor neighbors, and the vicious ming ling with the righteous. Yet it always re talued its popularity, in spite of, or, per haps, because of, rumors that it afforded most elegant opportunities for meetings" not strictly correct. via a young laay wish to enlov the soci ety of a lover whom "papa" forbade the nouBe, a meeting at xayior s was arranged, where soft words and loving looks served to atone for parental harshness, and aided the digestion or pickled oysters. But its numerous stalls were not always innocent ly employed, lor they were often occupied by those whose business it was to frequent public places, and who were not over-pur- tfonlnr In the com nan v their bonr . Hnw. ever, this was no fault of tbe proprietor, for our most frequented places are always selected by the evil disposed for assigna tions, and even our churches are not ex empt from B04 h contamination. Until Sat urday night last this establishment has been in the full tide of success, but on that day its doors were opened to the public for the last time, ana waea mev closed at night. Taylor's saloon was no more. , At a, prayer meeting recently held not far from New Haven, an earnest brother, whose seal surpassed his intelligenoo, offer ed tilt petition: ttO Lord, have mercy upon us miserable tinners, of whioh I am the ohiefisst among ten thousand, and al together lovely.". A " COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Money Market—Aug. 13. , MORE YStaad and aaijat&aUptreant.foreall loans. STERLING EXCHANGE Quiat Bt 107K1O8. GOLD Asbada firui.r; opening at MX. aUrano ing to H9K anl ol'sina at 149K. GOVEKiVMENT STOCKS-Rulaflrm. 1 1'KEIGHT8 To Liverpool, dull aod drooping. New York Stock Market—Aug. 13. STOCKS Lower; Pittabnrg. Ft Wayne t Chl e.gi lot; Chicago kaek Island 105H; Cbioago Nortbwerstarn preferred S7K; Miohigan. and St. Paul oreferred 71; Miohigan Southern Hf; Miobi gaaOantral lit; Reading 11 JX; Krie 6t a-M cau tions, ef '65, 107; do. 'el. 10X; 10-40 coupons . New York Market—Aug. 13. CO tTON-Qniet. FLOUK imtuo better for lound parrels, with mora doing; 16 M for extra State: tA560 for round hoop Ohio, and IV 8(KSU 50 for trade bands, market closing firm. WHISKY-Easier; in bond at3JXe. WHEAT Receipt. B&0 bushels 35o batter and very firm. Advanced prices are asked, checking transactions. White Western S7; new No,l Mil waukee hell at 2 25, with buvers at 12 15. RYE Mora active: western 7375o. CORN Receipts 139.913 bushels Market opened lc better, bufflosed with the advance ehieflv lost. Hales 63,100 bu.hels at SOe for inferior and HKSH1 for shipping mixed western, and too for western yellow. OATS TWeipts 111,763 basbals A little firmer but eloaed dull. Males 33.000 bu.hels at 42 44c fur Chicngn,S7o for Milwaukee, 534l55 fr Iowa and oH$e for Pendsytvania. SUUAR-Pirm but leas active at 10VltK for Cuba, lie for Porte Rico end Havana at PETROLEUM Quiet but firm at 36o for erude. and 4 muc for refined in bond. . POKK-Dull and heavy at $31 tttfll m tat new mess, closing at S31 62 cash, $'J9 5IKS30 for old do, and 27 2527 75 for prime: also V3M bils new mess for September and October, sellers' option, at S31 11V9J31 61. BKKF-Steady. . , . PEEK HAMS Nominal. ' r .. BACON-Dull. OUT MEATri-Slcad at 16K1K for Shool ders and Kxaile for Kami. LAKU Heavy at lX'21Je. ' liUTTEU-riteae at 20aj for Ohio, aad 33f for State. CHEESE-Quiet at 6919c. '. Cincinnati Market. FLOUR Superfine we quote at H 60(37 50; trade brands of extra at 9SI0 25; family at $IU 26911 15, and fanoy at $11 SOyi3 ot. The sales to-day wera s 60 brls family at til. and nfty do do at tin 75. WHEAT Holders are asking $2 202 35 for No. 1 new Red; $2 402 45 for Hill, and 3 602 63 for White. The sales to-day wera 350 bush No. 1 new Red at 1 37; 700 do Indiana naw Bed at S2 21, and 400 do Cdioago Spring attl 75. CORN Sound mixed shelled, io elevator, would not bring over 00lo. Mixed ear is held at 60s, at lower depots. White shelled i. lower: the best of fered for pure being 73s. In gunnies we quote itat 869880 . 700 bushels sound mixed shelled sold at upper mad at 67o. i 4)ATS-Fraeh No, 1 are held at 404loi and No.S at 3Ao. We heard of no sales. RYE No. 1 would not bring over 75o, and choice ii held at Hvattt. No sales were reported to dry. BARLEY Prime new Fall will bring $1 60. Prime Malt is held at $1 7091 75, but there is not munh demand for it. PORi Mesa Pork Is generally held at 33 25931 60 tut nonecoald be boutht at IK BULK. MEATS-Are unchanged; Shoulders at 15c, and sides at 17)o. loose. BACON Quiet. Clear Sides ware easier, and could be obtaindd at Sic; but they are held ,'io higher. Shoulders at 17o, and Sides at Iflc, packed.- Sutar-eurad Hams are firm at 4b85e, eaovais ed and packed. LARD-1, held at llo. Tha aales to-day were: 40 and 20 hlids "f clear bacon sides at 21o. COFFEE We Suote fair to ohoiea Rio Coffee at 259310. SUGAR-I19I60 for Raw; 17X917X0 for bard refined. MOLARSES-809UOO for Porto Rioo. BUTTER The market roles iteadv at2B930a per pound for prima to choice grades of Central Obia. CHEESE A very qutet market at 14915c per lb aoiuai tare, lor western Kcserve and Hamburg. EGUl4 Thadatn.nrl i. nilitj, lii'ht .nd Iha. ket rules dull at 14-atlSo per doien. shipper' oouut, for prime. HAY The demand ia exclusively local, and the market is dull at $15916 per Ion for prie Timothy uu arrival. WHISKY A quiet marketfordutvoaid at 12 25, The demand at thil figure is very light Bonded is heldfirmivat28o. SEED Flax continues icaroe, and in demand at o. viover is quiet at to, Cleveland Market. FLOUR Sales lot hrl. XX nin. &t tin so. WHEAT Sales 2.B00 bush No. 1 anrin l 11 ft.1- 2,500 hush do do at SI (BX; 3.000 bush do do to arrive a w; o.ooo nusa do do to arrive on private terms, CORN Quiet and unchanged. Sales can No. 1 yellow at 2o. 1 car No. 1 mixed at7oo. OATS Sales 1 car old No. 1 States at 48c: 1 car wesvern mi -o; i oar new on tract at we. RY E Dull and nominal. B.RLbY-Nominal. PORK Sales 26 hrla Nn 1 mesa at ttt. LARD Firm. City rendered at 225iS'c. Coun try rendered at 2092lo. BEEF Quiet and unchanged at $20 OS for eity packed mess. HA M S City sugar cured canvassed firm and aot lve: sales a.noo ids at 24a. SHOULDERS Firm and better. Sales 1,000 lbl at 16o, now heM at 17o. .... KU TTER-Firmer and mora active. Sales 95 kegs, in two lota. Waatern Reserve at 22a. CHEESE Doll and heavy. Held atl091Tofor gooa toonoioe. k'tlflU 1 1-1 ..J t D.I.. O k.l. .o. H1UH WIN ES Firns and in good request in soraU iota, oaien oris at 9-t ti. A r.('iuia. . Hij... Qni.:.. ai Bt. uuw-vMwa. ..... wv.u0,.v mJlllIb WW U . . V , 8 per cent. Aloohul S4 5294 57; Neutral Proof Dpirtis -j e.Ka-i eg, PETROLEUM Ouiet and hardlvsnfirm hntnn changed. Held at 369380 for refined ia bond; 669 6H0 for do free. BE ANS Dull and only in light demand for prima qualities 01 wnire, wnicn ara field at fi 5091 76 WHITE FISH-ln Sood supply and lower. Held at SS 26 per half barrel. . TALLOW Quiet and steady at llo for oity and Oountrv rendered. FEATHERS Steady and firm at S5Wo for prime live cease. HOPS Held at a range of 46.70c, for New York, Miohigan and Ohio. MALT Barley Malt steady at 1 4091 60 per bushol, tha latter for strictly prime No I Canada. PLASTER Powell'i land plaster firm at $12 00 per ton. Calcined (4 per brl. WATER LIME Held at II 00 per brl for Akron and Oswego. SALT Firm. Held at 19 30 for fine-" enema and ground Solar nnchanred at II 50." ALK AIHU rUKTrJK Firm and steady. Present Use XX Ale tio 00: Stock XX Bit! otVAUA on- IIM Stock 115 00; Cream $11 00; Kennett 118 60; Porter it uu. STENCIL PLATES ! MARKING PLATES, BRANDS, ALPHABETS, STAMPS. FIGURES All Kinds and Sizes! tT A.. F. WARD, Ohio Street, Below iFrankUn. '' HARItlAR, on IO. Agents Wanted Every wfiere'. " Orders from a distanee will receive prompt attention, and goods be promptly shipped. Address, A. F. WARD, , , f, O. 09 1 10. ffarmar, O, junelfl-dly ' M. THO M P S O N, . Manufacturer and Wnolenle Dealer in UMBRELLAS. PARASOLS '.-il ! 1 w I . I " . WALKING CANES, , 167 MAIN STREET, (Between Fourth and Fifth) ' ': :' '' ' CINCINNATI, OHIO. ' Bepalrlng- Fronaptlr Atteade Ta. majU43mr WANTED. jit vr.n'cocifTT, agewts rom the tale of LltUefield'i great Picture of the I . -1 .1 . .;"T T.'t,.i; ri JEITH BED OF ; JJNCOLN." Enterprising AgMta can aaallyelear Iron 15 to 16 per day on a small capital. Addraaa. with tlampv aW tenat aad tarrltory, ,.,, ,wwnai CLAOKTT,( mJ& k.Walarto. D.C. '171 1 ll ! SPP.LG AD SUMMER GOODS. '. ' ' -II"" THE OHIO MERCHANT TAIL0EI1O COM PANY, composed of a number of Journey men Tailor. of thia, eity, aod org anisca aodar tbe Uaneral Law. of Ohio. bav. opened their . ... Now Establisment, ;.f . - wAVT 1 . :,-. NO. 183 HOIJT1I Illttta 8THEKT,' North end of tba OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, where we cordially invite the Gentlemen of Columbus and the surrounding country to call and aeeour : 1 LARGE AKD'i ELEGANT STOCK - ,. 4JB f 'In American. ' ' ...... Eag-Ilab, . Scotch and ' ' " , French Claihu. Also, a great variety of Fancy and Plain Tasting Material, all of whioh we make np to order on short notice, and at serb prices as cannot (ail to be ac ceptable to gentlemen who have for the last five years been paying enormoni profit. : . .. MR. W. C. PERKS. 7i The well known Cutter Oate'of Marcus Chllds' es tablishment). Superintends that Department of our basiness. Itis a.uScient guarantee that we will' give entire satisfaction in the shape, out and fit of every garment that wa manufacture. Let it ba remembered, that we have orraniaed to break down monopoly and high prices, which wa are determined to do, being satisfied if we obtain a rea sonable percentage over cost on 60? material, and fair journeymen's wagei for our labor. Wt shall always keep on band a select Hock ef Qantlemeni' FURNISHING GOODS. Alro a choice selection of . READY - MADE CLOTHING, Made expressly for our firm, which wt warrant to be of good material and workmanship, and which we will sell at price, that will astoniih purchasers. NO SHODDY GOODS Kept at thil establishment. Gentlemen, encourage us in our enterprise, and our aim shall ever be to merit your patronage and confidence by asstem of honest dealing, low prices, good goods, and unmis. takable fits, , t . , THE O.M.T. k C. CO. Columbm, April, IB66. apr7-doodly AT PRIME COST! OX AND AFTEIl THIS DATE WE will positively soil oar entire Block of Spring and summer Delaines, Challies, I Layrns, Organdies, JaconcKs, Leno Checks, . Mohairs, Mozambiqocs, Black and White Balmoral., Spring and Summer Shawls, Cioaks, tiacqoes and Basques, at prima Cost and no mistake. Call and lee, a . No. 264 South High Street, Southeast oor. of High and Friend itreeti. C. EBERLY & CO janlt-eodly-iuljl - SPRING I SUMMER GOOOf. HUNTER'S Clothing Emporium, No. 220 South High St., , .. xn.L.njiit, 01110. rHAVE JIT8T BF.CEIVED A LARGS took of the finest Hpring and Summer ttoodj ever brought to this oily, consisting of . ITrench, Xlncrllah and Domestlo Olotlia. Catslmerea, Sco., For Oentlemen'i wear, which I will tell at tha low eat Cash prioei. Also keep eonitantly oa hand a well teleoteeV took of --.. . READY MADE CLOTHING. . . - - JOHN BUNTKK. apr23-dtf no South High street MASSASOIT. ; FIVE REASONS WHY PKQPti SHOULD USB THE Massasoit Hair Restorer and - Dressing Combined, In preference to all others for restoring Oray Bairt to their original color : - 1st. Ttf'.llkl it i. a. fnln n. 1 !, U oation and aa easily applied. - ad. Because it prevents tha hair from falling eat tnd from turning grey. 3d. Because it promotes tha growth of the hair, keeps tha sealp clean, and cures all outaaeout ail eases of the loalp. 4th. Because it ii a beantiful hair dressing.. A(n. KMant. it ti Ih. -l- - - mmA . - J to give satisfaction, or the money will bt refunded.' Thetradt supplied at afannfacturen'prloei by f MESSRS. HARRIS & SIGLER. Wholesale Dealers in Fanty Dry Ooodt, Horiery.' uiviw, iiuuouo. ouu-ionaryfenumery, Ac., Ao.i'' 107 and 109 Eati Town Strt, majzj-dsia . COM VMS US, OWQ WI8T. O'HABBA. . W. CAKMBLL. H. 11BBEB. O'flARRA, CAMPBELL & BARBEE, (Snocaaaora ta jr; tt L. Zettler.) k,t VBOLBIALK ABO BITAIL DIAUBg 1ST Foreign and Domestic Groceries, ; f r , - r (. C'.-'f , PBODUCC fVATER UanBiK;, PINH JLiXQUOHB, PLASTER, Ac, to. COR. FOURTH & FRIEND STS. julySl-dtf J. g. BICILT. "J,v ' t'.. OOAKlTi I. r. HOW ILL. va am m wmm s RicklyaT rtowe l& Co., t. A. jarraBT. TIW.HUI AM BBTAIt HAUBS IN . -u , CARPETlHGSiirOICLOTHS, r.,. Mattlnss. , Ruars. s c rt shades;; MTWteTEmLs, I1C1A innnriTP " SUGAR-COATED, ' o PURELY VEGETABLE. Free fropi Mercury,, , a ALL MINERAL POISON, And art, nndonbtedly, tht ..beat remedy extant - SICK AXD NERVOUS HEADACHE I rs aa iney e by virtue AJF WJ oi a apeoiai amnlty ior 1M oimua, HiMoutui ot ma Dowels, thereby remoring tbaeauiaa. At a LIVER PILL ti: 1 ..-'...! ... . i-f 1 1 they can hare no rlral, being oom poeael ef the meal rowerftil Vegetable Extraoft which hate a direct action on the o K w w 0 0 0 H LI SPLEEW AND LIVES, the happy effeot of which can be aeen alter one or two doaea.. They Remove Vie Bile, - 1 Assist Digestion, ",, Cure Costiveneaa, In fact, they are, ai their name indicates, the BLOOD PILL "The Life-Giving Prinoipla." They search etrt dlaeaae and Itrtke at ila ary root, leering the system In the full rigor of health i are PERKBCTLT HARMLESS TO INFANTS, OR PEKHON3 OP THE MOST DBLICATK COMaTlIU. TIONS, and are a SAFES, ItTREB AJTDKTTM Purgative Pill than haa erer before been available to mankind, and, being thickly BU-OAR-COATED, ara especially adapt ed aaa REMEDY FORcuirnRFN and peraon. who hate a dread of waiiowmg a pin. They are, tin que.tion.bly, one of our moat eaustaciory CATHARTICS, uu nounenoia anouia be PRINCE WALTON 6t CO., (Succeswr. to Dr. C. W. Roback,) B0LI PROPRIETORS, Kos. 60, 58, 60 St ea East Third St, CINCINNATI, O. Are Sold by all Druggists and Dealers In Patent Medicines EVERYWHERE. Jnne.'ta-'.twAwlyeathw .kV ahould be Willi. VVS. out them. A'Sj' Reputation Established! ;0 Ur$. S. eJ. afZIen is Irulv a pitblic benefactress, and her wonderful success is unpre cedented. Her fame and her discoveries have gone abroad and todaif she is in her line the largest vwn ufacturess in the world. Everybody Interested. , "' Youth and old age arc alike benefited by the use of Mrs. S. .1. . turn's World's Hair Restorer and Hair Dress ing. They act directlv utton 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.' DandrufTerad icated . forever. The Hair falling stopped. The most delicate head-dress or bdn netcan be worn without fear1. of soiling. The most delight-' ful fragrance to the hair Is imparted. If you wish to restore I' uour hair, as in. youth, and retain it through' life, without delay vurcliase. a bottle of each of Jtlrs.JS. at Allen's ; tYtirld's 'Haiti Jte-i storer and Dressing. old by Drngt;bTtt threng1iont tht VorlA. T r PRINCITAL SALES OFFICE, " ' 10S a 300 Greenwicfti BU.Kew-Te.4.' ' tt-dopdAwlyj .-, ' ?! 'ii.') ' iwsrr y6iik city, ;,VI Adrriiolng Agoncy.r OITICE, k- No.; Ill Broadway' MhHTS for Horthern.Vr'eitern and Bonthera naperi at the oioal price, aud will make prompt rei. kJWS copy o.tAa paptr. EirBBBJfCi (r rBBMisirojf)! l i tTam a p. rnmr rti.i. Hob. ti-.B.CQX,!. j,, iBft.stf leonard Brick Company.' nptli! r tTontnoLDEns , or Ttna M. Leonard Brick Comnan will m. .1 It.- r, UU Court room, ia tbaoiig of Waabaa, Vhlo. oa ataraar, Aug aat tails, lgo,- at o'clock P. M. forth, purpoit of eleoting Dlrta tore, at reqaired by law. w 1 'V 1 1 0 i' . i! 7 - fi t 1 ' T 'a : I :1 n '1 P 1 i i JoTyiifutc.