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THE GBAT ENGLISH BEMEDY. nOTICTBD IT OTSL LSTTSSS rATIMT. IB JlllIES CLAUKE'S CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS Prepared. from a pretorlption of Sir J. CXtrk,ll,D, fkytician Kmiraorditniry to tk Queen. Thin Invaluable madlelne li unfailing In the sura ' of all thoee painful and dangerous diseases to wniob the f.irt.le constitution it subject. It moderatesall exoesios and nmurM all obstructions, from whatev r came. A speed" aura mar ba relied on., ' TO MARRIED I.ABIES It U rertlaularly to I ted. It will, in a abort time, brine on tba monthly period with regularity. . CAUTION. Tktee rVU skould not bttntm by FemaUtdurtnt, tkt TJtibT TURKS MONTHS of Pregnaney, at fifty or tun to bring on titearriagt.but at any other timt they are tart. . , In all eases of I. arrow and Spinal Affections, rains in the Kaok end 1 lmbs. Fatigue fa alight ex anion, Palpitation of the Hee t, Hysterics, and Whites, these Pills will effect a cure when all other pieass have failed; and although a powerful remedy, do not contain Iron, ealotnel, antimony, or anything hurtful to the Constitution. ull directions in the pamphlet aronnd eaeb peok age, which should ba carefully preserved, Hold bt ill DRrnaipTa. Vuitx, Oat Dollai i-eb Bottlb. c .1 t i SPECIAL NOTICE. 't' 'R is tks at of every milvable Mtdiein to b CorNTKrirgiTKn. St eautiov therefore, and It tknlthtleUert"T. M ." arelUnenin the bottle, and that each vrai per beats tht tAC aimi.K oftht tignatures of I. C. BaIJjWJH et CO., and JOB JtOUSS, Iff WUhovtvhick, none are genuine. . W H. Jl.Oo, with Eighteen eenta for postage Inclosed tt aoy authorised Agent, or to the Hole General Agent for tba United States and British Dominions, ' . JOB MOSE8.'s7 Cortlandt atreet. New York, will insure a bottle, eontalr tng Fifty Pills, by re turn mail, aeeurely aealed from all observation. Sty1-diweowly-ooi l.lFsV H EA I.TII-T F.NCiTII. LIFE II EA II n-BTIl sENGTII. L1FK HEALTH STRENGTH ., DIt. JUAN DELAMARRE'S' SPECIFIC PILLS Are prepared by the Messieurs Uarancier A Du pi nt, Pharmaceutists, o. Sit Rue Lombard, Paris, from tbe Prescription of Dr. J nan Delamarrr, Chief l'bjsicisn to the Hospital du N'ord on Lnriboisers. LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION. Paris, May 6tb, 1863. '" GgNTLBMgy. We have uaed the "SrECiKtO Pills" made from Doctor Delamarre'a pre scription, itu lrg ssvrral yeaia pant, in our private and puhlio practice, and hara lound them a must energetio and tffioient Rem edy in cases of Spermatorrhea nr Seminal Weak fieas; Nightly, Daily. or 'rvmottir Kniiasions: Sex I Weakness, or Jtnpotenry; Hpioial Derangementa of the Nervous Pystem; W t-nknrsses ariaina from Secret Habits ai d Sexual r xcessse; litlatmtUm of the Genital Organa; Hiak Spine; Affections ol the K.rea; "Lime" r ''Brink Dust'1 Dopoaita in the Urine; "Milky"Dischrge; Palonets of the Skin, with Sunken t'hetksanri Uloodlras Lips; "Pinched" Features; Irregular Ae ion of the heart, and in all tbe ghastly train ol Syinptoma arising from Over time, A buaea, or Loss trout any eauaa, of tba Nervous Force. We earnestly advise ths Profession, and all nr gona auBerirg from any &i,tnptomatle or Organic JLftciiant of theUlMTO-UKINiHVSYRIIiiS, louse these Pilla. With high r tpeot, we are ) aura most iaotrely, . , R. A.BEAUPEI'ARIK.M. D.' 0. D. IUJARH1N.M.I). JhAN DBLKlitJHRF.M.n. ToOakaxciiri ALirohT, Ao.SU Rue Lombard Pans, (frnfaryardAt'coKatirrurationa; GHtf,Anm tttin, or whatever tends In impair the Vital Action of I lie Lroin, llinrt, nr t'rrtovt tytttm frenucutiy lead to tbe u.oit Itittrttting and Kmtxiiratting Dis ord era of the Vimilc Sybtih. Hudet,tt, Clergy- men and Lnvytrt, therefore, wbo are eapeoially li able to these n eaki esfea.anould resort promptly to Dr. DiLtMAaai'a Srtciric Pills A Pami blei, containing 'nil p.riculara, with 111 T'rlii ns and Adviee, printed in Frcroh, iJerman, gpanlrh and I n-'i'-. eofoirpaniea arh hex, and w ill be sent, by mail, free of aoat, to any wbo will wiitaforit. Price tl per Bx, or Six Boxes) far f.5. . Bold by all tha prinoipal Druggiata, or will oe lent by mail, accuracy t.U& jrom all ooteriation. on rtceipt of tne aieciHtd price n any autboriaed gem, i.i ny th role General Scents for America. tiCAR O. ilOSrH A 0., 1.7 Cortlandt Hreet. aw York. Autboriaed Agenta for Cnlumhua and Tioinity, S. E. SAMUEL A CO., U. hOHEHT.S A CO., and all Dealers in Aledioinea. All oideia by Bail promptly attended to. aeplU'dAwaowly - REDUCTION IN PRICE ' OF THX - i ' , . AMERICAN WATCHES, ' Made at WALTHAM, MASS. la consequence of tbe recent great improvement In our facilitiea for manufacturing wa have reduced cur pricea to aa low a point aa they can be placed Willi Gold at Inr, lo that no one need hesitate tobaj a watch now from tha expectation that it will becheapcrat lOTie future time. The test of ten yean and the manufacture and sale of ( More ihasa 300,000 Wafcheej, have given our productions the very highest rank among time-keepers. Commencing with tbe deter mination to make only thoroughly excellent watches oarbaaineaa baa ataadily Inorraaed aa tba public be came acquainted with tbeir value, until for montba tegetber, wa have bean unable to supply the demand We have repeatedly enlarged our factory building! n til they now cover over three acres of ground, and give accommodation to more than eight hundred workmen, it - W are fully Justified la stating that we now make MURE THAN ONE-HALF OF ALL THE WATCI1E8 SOLD IN THE UNITED 8TATE8. Tbe different grades are distinguished by thefollow ing trade marka engraved oa tbe plate f . ' 1. - "American Watob Co.," WaJlham.ilasa. ' S, "Appletou, Tracy i. Co.." Waltbam, ilaaa. "P.S Bartlett," Wa-Hham, Waai. " ' i .a. "Wm, Ellery." " .' OUR LAD1K8 WATCH of Brat quality la ; named. "Appleton, Tracy A Co..'' YVaUtham "Mm. ,r , ,. I . Our next a'ualltvof Ladles' Watch is named "P. H. bartlett," VNaltham, Masa. These waicnee are lurniaueu in a Bread twi ui ,-i i aiiee aau atylea of oaao. " The, Aaerican Watch Co., of Waltbam, Maas ; authoriie ua to state that without distinction of trade marka or price, ALL THE PRODUCTS OF THEIR FACTORY ,. ARE tULLY WARRANTED. , 0 be tbe beat time-keepera of their olaaa ever made - In tbiaor any other country, linyers should remem ber that unlike the 'guarantee of a foreign maker r who oan nerer be reached, thia guarantee ia good al . all time against the Company or their agents, and ' that if after the moat then ugh trial,- any watch should prove defective in any particular, it may el- ways beexobangedfor another. Aa tbe American Watehea made at Waltbam, are for aa a by dealer g.nerally throughout the country, we do not aoiioit orders for tingle waichaa. - 1 CAUTION.-Thepublioarecautionedtobuyonly - ef respectable dealers. All persona selling counter foils will be prosecuted. u-. ltUBUINSdc ArPLETON, . I '' AGENTS (0R1UE AMERICAN WATCH VO. 183 Ilreadwuy, New York. ' J aeptttt-dAw-p ,, ? AftICafJKa rUHVUS riASTEKS. j WHoorirta cough cured. j CATUOA, 11 INI 8 COCNTT, MlBS. i ' ' T. Alloock A Co. Uentiement Please send ' fce another six dosvn of yobr Porous Plasters. They are in great demand here for Whooping Cough. 1 beg act like a charm. I could have sold two doi ea this week If I had bad them.' Send 'astooa . as lenible, and, oblige, . Youia respectfully, J J0UN1.1vlLLUM8.P.i4,,, ,i.J i v. ASTHMA CURED. j r.. .tl,.it Mf. Wm. Hay, ef M Hpring street. NewYork, writes, January l,186gj Ibavebeen sfflloted with Aathma for upwards of ten years, receiving no ben-' eSt from medical men. 1 was advised by a friend to try one of AUeock's Porous. Plasters. . I said I .bad triad. .several kinds of Plasters without. any benefit, and supposed they were all alike. My friend gave me one of Allooek's, sad nrged me to se it. I did so, and have now worn them steadily Xof nine months, and find myself better than I have been for rkehy year. Agency, Bjaodjeth Boose, 'New "York. Bold by WrmggiaU. " ' j -:OHiAwtnt- "'."r: , Keaioteai iroual hie Old Office," ' "DR A. B. WiLLIAHH, Woat: Broadway, ni 1 High street, Columbus, Ohio, bag devoted falmsel or a series of years to the trea mnnt 'of certain pri Tate disease. He ma be consulted at his ot&oe-i t BroKla),nearthExoaiigetianif ' ;' I .?j 'ZZ.i s-:i) . i it. ::i,ii. .'i "j I '- AMUSEMENTS. Athcncum, Monday, October 22d. VISHNU, FAKIR! Peculiar Entertainment I Every Person geta a Pres ent that atte da hia Firat Entertainment t No Ulmki! No Jewelry Given Awav! All Uanful Preaental An Unilre Chnnieof Programme, Introducing a Variety of New and Startling Won ders in PRESTIDIGITATION, NECROMANCY, MAG IC, Ac. . THIS 18 NOT A LOTTERY. 0 1 O O H. XI 'VET ARD Is candidly offered, and will ba promptly paid to any TMraon who can show ttiat in any inatanoe the Fakir baa failed to fulfil each mid every proini e of bis ad vertisements i and hechallengea any of hia imita tora to aubmit their businesa to aimilar public eoru tiny. For full particulars, see Programmes and Colored Posters, , Phicb o Admission Ticket, 50 centa, to all part of the houae. . - oe .SO dSt , OPERA HOUSE. J. T. RAYMOND.'. LgasisA Makaoe. Sixth night of the brilliant and accompliahed aa trea, JTIISS.ITIARV irilTCIIELLt And the eminent artiat, . ' BIH. J. W. AI.DAUUII. Who wilt appear in Shakespeare's Tragedy of i RICHARD III ; Or, Tna Rattle of Jios worth Fiild. MR. J. W. ALHAUGHas MI88 MARY MUCliELLas. Riohard Ilf. Queen Elisabeth. SATURDAY evening, RICHARD III Richard III Richmond.. Queen Elisabeth. .. Lady Anne , ..,.Mr. J. W. Albaneh. Mr T. Hamilton. .....Misa Mary Mitoxoll. ....Miss M. E. Gordon. Mondsy-OUR MUTUAL FRIEND, i Admission 50 eta; Reerved seats 76 cts; Boxes M GallerWet. Seats can be secured at John Selnor's Music Rooms. ' aeptIS SPP;CIAL NOTICES. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS! THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY FOR IRREGULARITIES. Three Drops area scientifically compounded fluid preparation, and better than any Pills, Powders or Nostrums, llelag liquid, their action isdirectand positive, rendering them a reliable, speedy and cer tain apeciflo for the cure of all obstructions and (op pressions of nature. Their popularity is indicated by the fact that over 100,000 bottles are annually aold and consumed by tbe ladies of tbe United States, every one of whom rpesk in the strongest terms of praise of tbeir great merits. They are rapidly tak ing tbe place of eTery other Female Remedy, and are considered by all who know augbt of tbein, as the surest, safest and mort infallible preparation in tba world, for tbe cure of all female compls ints, the removal of all obstructions of nature, and the pro motion of health, regularity and strength. Explicit directions stating when they may be used, and ex plaining when and why they should not, nor could not be used without producing effects contra ry to nature's ohosen laws, will ba found carefully folded around each bottle, with tbe written signa ture of John L. Ltok, without whioh none are gen uine. Prepared by Dr. JOHN L. LYON, 196 Chape street. New Haven, Conn., who can be consulted either personally or by mail (inclosing stamp), con cerning sll private dbeaees and female weaknesses. Bold by Druvgists everywhere. C. G. CLARK A CO.. General Agents for U. S. and Canadas. sep29-dAwly MRS. WINSLOW, An experienced Nurse and Female Physician J resents to the attention of Mothers her Soothing Syrup IOK CI1ILDHEFI TEETHING Hob greatly facilitates the process of teething, by toning tbe gum nducinsall inflammations, will allay ALL PAIN andspaamodio a tion.and is Sure to Regulate the Bowels. I'epend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to your . elves and . K-ll-f find Health lo Year InftiiaiM. W e Lave put up and sold this article for over 30 tearr, and can bay in confidincb and truth of t what vie have never bean able to ssyof any otn er medicine nkvsh bas it failed in a sinoli ikstakcs TOr ICT A cms, ahen timely used. Never did we know an lnstatce of dissatisfaction by any one whe used it. Qn tbe oontrsry, all are leligbted with its oi erations, and speak in terms ot ommendation of it magical effect and medica riitues. Wespesk in this matter "what wa no (NOW " after 80 years' experience; and PLSDOg OUR MirCTATION FOR TUB FVLFILLMRNTOF WHAT UEKC bEOLAKE. In almost every instance wher lb infant is suffering from pain and exhaustion elief will be found in fifteen or twenty minutes si er the syrup is aditi&istored. Full directions for using will accompany each bot tle. None genuine nnless the fac-aimile of CUR TIS A PERKINS, New York, is on tbe outside a rapper. . t-old by all Druggist throughout the world PBICE, ONLY 85 CENTS PER BOTTLE, aprXI-dAwAm BANKING HOUSE OF v JAY COOKE & CO, Corner Wnll 4c Naaaa.it tits.. New York, In connection with our house in Philadelphia and Washington, we have opened a NEW YORK SOU 8E at above location and offer our aerviceeto Hanks, Rankers, and Investor for the transaction of heir business in this city, including purchases and sales of Government Securities, Stocks. Bond AND Gold. . We are constantly represented at the Stock Exobange and Gold Board, where ordors sent us are promptly filled. We keep on band alullsupp.f of GOVERNMENT SECURITIES OP ALL E3DE8, baying and telling at onrrent prices, and allowing orrespoiidenta the most liberal rates the market Cords . . : i I JAY COOKE Ac CO. j ma H-ly Aw P 1 ' ' i HYGIENIC WINE, THE GREAT IfflPORTED TONIC , Used by the best families throughout Karons; ' Ar Droved by tbe Imperial School of Medicine, Paris; - . r- . . ..... . ,., . Indorsed by the prominent Jlerurersof tbe Amer ican Medical Association, at thoir Convention, hold in Baltimore, May lnt, laua. . Voniaint noiipirilt of any kind, and therefore NOT IN'iOXICATING IN THE LEAST. It la prepared in Paris from pure Sherry, and ad mits in its composition only tonic, aromatio and ftbriugt aubstancoa Ladies will find it delicious substitute for tha various tonics which have an alooholio bedy. M UbOAT i'KKl.E ia a rare wine of moat delight ful flavor. It ia theywr jniot of a moel delicious grain. It surpluses in excellence any table wine in the country. Uaed in Furop for sacramental pur pose. Cburoh people are invited to inquire into it i These wines are sold by all drurnium, and by R. iONKSASON Md HOUSTON &UAJtl)NR;Uo 'uinbua, Ohio. A IX EN tc CO., I -r, t v . Clnelnnati.Agento for Ohio, j : angg-deodly-g . . , . . . . Qolgate'8 Aromatio Vegetajbla Boap'. ' A superior Toilet ooap prepared from refin ed. Vearetable Olla in nmtiini.lt wh aaiv. cerlne, and especially designed for Has use'oi I acllcs and for the Nureery.yiU perfume Is -xqulslte, and iu washing properties unrivslled. For aala by all Druggist . feblo-dAwl? j " ItlAHHIACE AND CEEIMACY,' kn Eg-' tayof Warning and Instruction for YonngMeo, Also, Uinuttoes and Abuses which prostrate tbe vi tal powers, with euro means ef relief. Sent free of charge In araled letter envelopes. Address. Dr. J.SK1LLIN HOUGHTON, iionar- Aasociatioa Philadelphia, Pa. ' - tu JL-cia '-I'M .''0.uJt- Telegraphic. FROM NEW YORK. A Breach of Promise Case—The Lawful Wife of E. P. Christy. New Yohk, Oct. 19. An ItitnrestjTljr broach of promtae case was tried yesterday before Judire I)nvl, in room three of the Supreme Court circuit. The complainant whs Mrs. Elizabeth Kiclmrrts. a lady of 00, and a gentleman named Ilnbcrt lloberte, Wd 70, both residents of this city. The lady, who claimed $10.01)0 damage', was married twice before, and now brought a suit Against the gentleman on the ground of being falge to his matrimonial engage ment. The Jury brought la a verdict for the defendant. Judge Barnard bas finally decided' that the wile of E. Christy is the lawful wife and rightful heir of E. 1'. Christy, the ne gro uiiuetrel. Registered Votes in Brooklyn—Base Ball—Unseaworthiness of the Evening Star. The total number of votes registered In Brooklyn foots tip 1(8.278. The city vote la.-t year was only 37,300. The game for the base ball elmmplonshlp, between the Atl intln. of Brooklyn, and the Nationals, of New York, played at Bud ford, was won by the former club by a a. ore of 34 to 24. The surviving pallors of the Ill-fated Stemuer Evening Star, which foundered at sea on the 3d Inst., whereby two hundred and ilfty lives were lost, made some state ment! yesterday regarding the unseaworth iness of thnt vessel. In her uiifervieeable condition she went tn sea with but little more than balf a crew. o The Baltimore Police Commissioners and the Governor—The Radicals Threaten Forcible Resistance. Concerning the Baltimore Police Com mission mattere the Herald special says: It is said that the Governor acknowledges that injustice bus beeu done by the Judges at the recent eh ction, and will take the matter Into set lous consideration and act prior to the.Noveraberelcctiou. The Rad icals are very much excited, and threaten forcible resistance In case the Commission ers are removed. In view of the fact that they are greatly in the minority here, they ' threaten that aid will be obtained from l'ennsylvania. A bad fcelinp; exist', which may lead to more important disclosures than those of a local character. Mormon Outrages on Gentiles. A Herald Leaven worth, Kansas, cpeclal says: The Denver News publishes the following extract from a private letter to Captain t'orhrane: "We learn that Mr. Weston, editor of the Salt Lake Union Vedette, was taken by the Mormons on the night of the 31 Inst, and severely beaten, and given six hours to leave the city and take with him several prominent Gentiles. Mr. Weston refuses to leave, and denounces MortuoiiUm iu the bitterest terms. From the frequent occurreneo of outrages by the Mormons on the Gentiles, seriom troublo may be lookeu for." Letters lroin l'uebla to Denver apply for anus and nuimunitiou for protection against the Ute Indians, who are reported to have killed 15 persons and made prison ers one family. More Bosh About Secret Societies. A Herald New Orleans special gays: The Louisiana Radicals are fearlully afraid over the discovery by detectives of about 7.000 stand of arms and tour pieces of ar tillery, which they claiui belong to rebel associations, but which In reality are the property of the Knights of Arabia, who are believed to be tittingout an expedition. Lieut. Hard Inge, of Shenandoah 'notoriety, left New York on the Evening Star for this point, with others, to complete the ar rangement for sailing, but as hu went down in that ill-lated vessel it is probable the clpetlition will be delayed. New York Central Railroad. The Herald's Albany special says: There was an important meeting of the directors of the New York Central railroad held to-, day, at which the chief question of discus sion was, who shall control this immense corporation. It appears that deeply in terested partners have run tip the stock froiri90to 119, the latter being to-day's price. The entire capital stock is $12,000, 000. The party technically known as the "South Shore party," made up of Western railroad men, held about $8,000,000 of the stock, an express company some $0,000,000, and other parties other largo amounts. The point to be accomplished Is to so work the combinations of these various holders of stock as to totally oust the present Board' and give I lie control of the direction to one set or party of them. It is absolutely necessary that this course should be taken to avoid great and serious losses. This struggle, embracing these element of strife, will be solved by the election ot either a temporary President, to hold oillce until December, or by the permanent election at that time. New can didates for. the Presidency have comoto the surface since I last had occasion to in vestigate tlie subject in September, among whom are J. V. L. Pruyn, Erastus Corn ing, Alonzo C. Paige, Commodore E. Van derbilt. and his son-in-law, Horace P. Clay, and Cornelius L. Tracy, of Troy. Funeral of John Van Buren. New York, Oct. 19. The funeral of John Van Buren took place' at Monroe Church this morning, and was attended by a very large congregation. Among those prrsent were the Judges of the Supremo and Superior Courts and the Court of Com mon Pleas; members of the Manhattan Club and the Tammany Society; Mr. Peter C ioper and Mr. Cooper, Jr., Mr. Gillian C. Vernlanck, I. G. Cowan, Clias. P. Kirk and Dr. Vinton, of Trinity Church ; a number of prominent members of the bar and other distinguished gentlemen. Long be fore the hour named for the funeral ser vices to take place the church was tilled and many were turned away - Iron) the door. About half-past teil the family and relations of the deceased, consisting of Miss Van Bu ren. Colonel Van Buren and daughters, and several nephews and ncices, arrived at the church, and soon after the funeral proces-i slon entered. At the church the proces sion was met by Rev. Drs. Morgan and Haywood, who preceded it down the ecu-, tral aisle, tbe collin being deposited near the church rails. The usual services oi the Episcopal Church were then proceeded with, the music of the choir adding solem nity to tha occasiou. The services con eluded, the remains of Mr. Van Bnren were delivered lo his family for trans mission to Albany, where they will be In terred in tho. family vault. j The Fenians—The Last Call. The Evening Express says movements have been simultaneously made In every State in the Union by tried and well skill ed organizers of tlie Stephens party during the past week, lor tbe purpose of obtaining all the aid that can possibly be glvoD by Irishmen to meet the requirements of tbe coming struggle for Independence. Two olllcers have been detailed by Stephens to each State, through which they are now traveling for tbe last time previous to) the commencement of the revolution.-!-Telegrams from nearly all the States to day announce success. -Money, arms, and ammunition are being subscribed with great speed. It Is calculated that Mr. Ste phens has secured upwards of ten thousand stand of arms since his arrival In the Uni ted States, and that a great portion of that number has been shipped to. Ireland In the most open manner. The great mass meet ing about to be held at Jones' woods, Sunf day, tbe 28tb, It is supposed, will be the last held in this country by Mr. Stephens, until the war commences.-,.. v - - , Meeting of the Bar. New York, Oct.l9-At one o'clock this afternoon a meeting of . the bar of New York was held In the United States District Court room, to honor the memory of John Van Buren. The attendance was large and comprised many distinguished persons. Rciohitlonsot respect to the deceased were passed, and eloquent addresses and eulogies were pronounced by Hon. 'Samuel - J. Tilden, ex-Judge Edwards, James T. Brady and other eminent men. Financial. New York, Oct. 19. A good demand for money, consequent upon the increased speculation at the Stock Exchange, but the market is easy and the supply abundant -Call loans range from 4 to S per cent., and first class borrowers get accommodated at the lower rate. There is no change In dis counts, and prime paper passes at S0 per cent. The gold market was disturbed by, a variety of rumors toward the close of the day, and among them tbe report that tne blinds had advanced in London. There was a strong disposition to sell, which resulted In a decline to 147)4. 'A''16 great feature of sales by the Government, or large purchas es of 1807 and 18IS8 for gold which would come on the nurket, tends to check any movement lor an advance in tbe premium. The market for exchange was firmer again to-day and moderately active. Prime Banker's bills are quoted at 108100. .., Woolen Mill at Ballston Burned. Titov. N. Y., Oct. 19 One of the largest fires with which Baliston, Saratoga county, was ever alllicted, occurred In that village last evening and resulted in the almost total destruction of the manufacturing establish ment known as the Chapman Glen Woolen Milt, owned by the Messrs. E. II. & G. W. Chapman', but leased and occupied by A. J. White, for the manufacturings broadcloth. The lire caught at si x o'clock froin the fric tion of a shaft in the wheel-room, and burnedsuutll twelve o'clock last night. The total loss will not fall far short of $30,000, principally covered by insurance. About forty operatives were employed at the time of the nre, though the capacity of the mill was much greater. The Dry Goods Market. Nkw York, Oct. 19. The dry goods trade opens with only a moderato business this morning, but with a continued llrmness on the part of producers of goods. The de cline In cotton, which is as yet very slight, is mainly to be attributed to the decline in gold, and Is not taken as any indication of more favorable reports from the coming crop. Prices are therefore maintained, and with the light stock of all kinds of domes tic goods, there is no pressure to sell. Job berg'prices: Brown sheetings Amoske ag 23)o, Broadway 22, Nashua extra Bleached shirtings Wamsetta 40, Lonsdale, 34, Hope 29. Prints Cochran 23, Antoskeag 18. Froinan 17, Wauisntta lu,'a'. Ticks Hamilton 37.. Blackstone River 25. Stripes Amoskeag 37), Amcricau 2o, FROM WASHINGTON. Treaties with Mexico. Nxw Yohk, Oct. 19. A special Washing ton dispatch to the Boston Journal of yes terday morning, states that treaties with the Imperial Government of Mexico have been agreed upon and are now under pro cess of exchange. The French troops and Maximilian withdraw this year from Mex ico. Tlio United States assumes the pro tectorateof the Republic, guaranteeing the French claims. In consideration of which, Mexico cedes to the United States the pe ninsula of Lower California and other ter ritory south of our southwest boundary. Secretary Stanton—District Attorney Secretary Stanton—District Attorney Corwin Resigned — Durbin Ward Succeeds Him. The Times Washington special still in sists that Mr. Stanton nas tendered his res ignation and signified a desire to go as minister to Spain. As soon as General Sherman can be heard from the President will act. The resignation of R. M. Corwln, United Statos District Attorney lorlthe Southern District of Ohio, to takjB effect on the first of November, has been received. General Durblu Ward, of Warren county, Ohio, will be appoiuted to succeed Mr. Corwin. FROM FORTRESS MONROE. The Storm on the Coast—Hurricane on the Coast of Mexico—Vessels Ashore. Foktkkss Monroe, Oct. 17. The storm along the coast still continues, but as yet it is a subject of congratulation that but one or two serious marine disasters havo been recorded. The harbor is full of vessels northward bound, waiting for better weather. The bark Geo. E. Kingman, Captain Hammond, thirty days lroin Frontero, Mex ico, arrived here tiiis morning, bouud to New York. She encountered the hurricane of the 2d inst. in the Straits of Florida, lasting forty-eight hours. On the 17th of August there was a hurricane on the coast of Mexico, lasting about twelve Iioun. Seven vessels which were on the coast land ing, or preparing to land, went ashore, one of which was the bark Caleb Haley, of New York. The English brig Eclipse, from Guada loupe for New York ; schooner I. It. New ton, lor Jersey City; schooiror Mary E. Ameserd, schooner West Dennis, from Georgetown, bound to Boston with cargoes, have returned here lor a harbor after being at sea for twenty days trying to reach their destination. They got as far as Barnegate, and were then driven back by the fierce northerly gales. FROM LEAVENWORTH. Indian Depredations in Colorado— The Fight at Trinidad. New York, Oct. 19. A Tribune Leaven worth special says: Dues from Pueblo, Colorado Territory, of Oct. 8r.h, say that the Ute Indians are committing fearful ' depredations throughout . the couutry, stealing stock, killing men, Ac, and have carried away one man's wile and children. Further information in regard to the fight at Trinidad says that Col. Alexander, reached the scene, just in time to witness the attack on a ranch by the Indians. He engaged them live miles aloug the Puor gartory, killing thirteen, with the lo-s of one sold ier killed and two wounded. They pursued the Indians but were unable to take them. ' The Denver News publishes the follow- J ing account of the tight: On Wednesday, evening the Indians made an attack ' on 1 soldiers and citizens. The Indians were! repulsed with the loss of twelve killed.' They were lighting last evenlug. Result, unknown. - : FROM BUFFALO. Board Supervising Inspectors of Steamboats—Life Saving Tackle. Buffalo, Oct. 19. The Board of Super-; , eislng Inspectors of steamooatA, In session' In this city for last ten days, adjourned to-i day. They havo done a great ileal of busi ness and examined numerous devices ap pertaining to eaving of life on steamboats., Amongst the most valuable was the life saving tackle of Brown & Level, which at-1 traoted universal attention, it being a sure, mode of disengaging a boat instantaneous-1 ly from Its tackles by one man, either under lull speed or otherwise. It received the unanimous and unqualified approval of the Board. ; FROM MEMPHIS. Accident on the Memphis & Charleston Railroad. t Memphis, Oct. 18. An excursion tralni on the Memphis & Charleston railroad, re-j turning from a tournament, ran through the trestle near Burksville -this morning,, demolishing two cars.; About forty per sons were Injnred, one or two leriously. i The accident was caused by the breaking ofj a truck. . . w t't' 1"' fiC i ' ' . f 1 - r LonisviLLK,Oct.l8. The Masonic Grand! Lodge of Kentucky adjournod after grant-l ing thirty new charters. Three hundred and thirty-three Lodges were represented.1 mm ., . Boston, Oct. 19. The Democrat of the' Fourth Congressional District have nom-i mated ex-Mayor Wigthoian for Congress.! 1 COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Money Market—Oct. 19. MONEY Market aUadr aHJ per eent. HTEKUNU tXCHANGK-tluiet and firm at 108(lUHX. - ... (iUl.D Lower; opsniDg at 149, and closing at 147'i. ' .. aWi GOVERNMENT STOCKS Are XflDi J' HEIGHTS To LWerpool quiet. New York Stock Market—Oct. 19. STOCKS-Htroiiger. RoeU Wend W; Mil waukee A St. 1'aul 81; do preferred 76J4; Wnrlh weatern 5(1; do preferred 70; Fori Warn W'i; Tuludo MO; New York Central Wi, Erie Illinois Central 137; Cleveland A i'lttehurg 01. Western Union Telegraph HH', OMo A tiisaia aipui certificates Ua'; Missouri 8s. HI; U.S. Cou pons 113; 8-10 Coupons '0-i 116; do '05 111. New York Market—Oct. 19. COTTON Heavy, tnoludiug Government sales; 40s for middling uplands, and 43jfor do New Or leans. l?'l,()tlR IOoiSISo better, and rather more doing; 8 6010 S6 for extra fcStalo; ! en HI lo or estra round hoop Ohio, and I3 10013 6 for leading brads, cloning firm, and no sellrri at inside quotations, lnclvded in rales arebOtg tibia rejected extra State ft r. ox port at about 9. YV1I1.SK.Y-Quiet and steady at41(342c in bond. Writ AT Receipts 36,013 bushels; l3o better; It M for old Chicago spriua; ti ti>ii 2b for new do, ai d S4 10 f . r now wliito Canada. Rl K Aaotive and 83o better: tl 12(91 18 for old Westers, and 1 for n ix'-d do. HARI.KY lo better. 1 H1 IS for State; $1 29 1 M for Canada West, and if for Canada ast, in bond, closing dull. HARIibY MALT In moderate request at SI 40 (31 i,o for Canaia West. CORN Keoeipts, M.41B bo hell; l2o betteV. Sa'es WOOOO bushola at 993!$l 06 for for interior; 01 for shipping mixed Westorn in store; l9 1 03 for doafloat, closing alittlo beaqy. OAT8 Receipts 34,442 bushela; dull. Hales of 3(1,000 but hels at 5HatWo fur Chicago; COS 91 for Milwaukee, COt Hiri Quiet; Laquariaat 18Xt$0le in geld. KHOAR Unchanged at lorfiltj.o for Havana. l'KT Kltl.EU M Lower; 2aVi3o tor Crude, aud 38 93" for refined in bond. l'ORK Deo4Uedly firmer and excited; $33 28 33 77X for now mesa, closing at &I3 70 cash; $31 for old do. and $l 6o!iU 76 lor priuio. . JIKEF Steady at previous prices. HlvhH HAM.S-Uuiotat4t48o. HACON Inactive. DREsl.SKU HOUrf-Dull and hear at K9 13o for Western. CUT MKAT.S-Ste&dy at 14914X0 for shoulders, and 17 AlUo for hams. LAKH Hoary aud drooping at 15317V0, with small sales at I7'J. HUTl'KK Doll and heavy at 209330 for Ohio. 35jj)43o fur Stats, aud 103550 for Orange oounty pails. CUEESE Dull and heavy at 10(8170. Cleveland Market. FLOUR Steady and firm, with a good local and interior demand. Sales cur made XX spring at 111 751-1; do XX red at $13 00-all3 50: do XX white at (14 5015 00. Country brands aro irregu lar. W UK AT More active and firm. Kales 8000 bush No. 1 Milwaukee spring to arrive on private terms; lo.ttoo bush No. 2 do do on private terms; 6 ears No. 1 do do at 'i 3D. CORN Kinn, but quiet. Sale 1 car No. 1 atflta. OATri Finn. Sales gears No. 1 Statoat43. HYK Firm. No. 1 held at 10. UAH LEY Firm. No. 1 Mato held at (1 05S 1 10; No. 1 Canada $1 1-V41 20. POKK-StfRily. Sales 20 bbls No. loitypaoked Moss at. 133; Clear held at 35. LARD Lowor. Sales 1000 lbs city rendered at 18o; 500 lbs country at 17o. BEEF Steady and unchanged. Salos No. 1 City packed Mesa at (10. SMOKED MEATS Plain Hams lower; bold at 20o uncanvassed; Dried lieef 24o uncaoraased; 25j eanvased. . BUTTER Quiet and steady. Baloj SO kegs Westorn Reserve at 3le. CHKKHE Dull aud unohanged. Good to oboice at 10170. Elit." Firm at 253280. HIUIIWINES-Firin t(3 3T. ALCOHOL AM) SPIRITS-FIrm Aloohol, 98 percent., 4 744 70; Cologne Spirits, 08 pxreent. (4 mm 80; Neutral Proof Spirits (1 6?vSW CI. PETROLEUM -Dull and weak, lioudod 3t35c; Free 5455o. Cincinnati Market. FLOIJR-Suporfine is hold at tin 5011. Extra at I21J 76; family at (1313 75, and fancy brardat (14415. WHKAT-Ilolders of No. 1 were asking at the clone (1 8032 85, and (2 7031 75 for No. '1. Hill Wheat is hold at i 05. and some choice lots t 13. There was a salo of 15,00(1 bushels Hill and White, to nrrive. but the terms wore not made public No. 1 Spring may be quoted at (St 60, and -No 2 at (2 2 (all :(; nut th ore is not much inquiry lor u CORN No. 1 mixed shelled was held at fMSMo, andpureWhito shelled iW'JOo. in bulk or eleva tor: but pricea could not be sustained under more liberal receipts. O ATS-No. 2 are now held at 44345o, and No. 1 RY K There was a fair demand at (I 10 for No. 1. and (1 121 15 for choice. No. 2 ia held at (1 1 05. and rei anted et75llic. BAULK V There is an aotive demand for prime Fall Barley at (1 6ft 1 70; and one lot or choice was sold at (1 76. Spri us Is not in as good request, and is quiet at (1 46.;! to; the latter rate lorsttioti prime samples ot mate. FORK There was a good domand for Mess Pork to-dav, with sales of about 000 barrels at (31 75 fur country, and s.w tor city. GROCERIES The market relos unchanged and quiot, with a fair demand a' 2"i31o for fair to choice Rin Coffee; 12150 for raw Sugar; 17W 17 Vo for hard refined, and 809oo for forto U co Molasss.. BUTTER Prime to choice graces of Central Ohio have declined to 231o, tho latter an outside rate. CHEESE The oiarkot rulos quiet at 16017c per pound, actual tare, tor western neserve ana Ham burg. EGGS The market is quiet, hut the demand is good at ttfoper rtoaen, shippers' count, for prime. WHISKY The ma-ket for bonded is firm and boldars generally ask 34;; hut there are no buyers at over 3.1c, at whioh rate lnu barrels sold. Duty paid ia in fair demand, with sales of 100 barrels at SI 33. SEED Clover is he'd firmly at (8. Timothvis 2 met at (3 1(K3 20. There is a good demand fur lax at (1 75. Albany Cattle Market—Oct. 19. BEEVES The market this week has been one of the dullest of tbe seasen. Buyers ref used to pur chase exce-t at a decline, ami dealers remained comparatively firm until to-day, when some conces sion was uiado and IdOO nr 30OII head changed hands, at prices ranging from per lb, live weight, for the best down to 4,i6o for the poorest. 1WHI or 1500 remain unsold. Receipts for tne week 5100. SI1KEP Dull at5V8,o. Receipts 8000. HOGS In good request at 10411c. WEST- O'DABHA. O. W. CAMrBELL. B.BARDKI O'HARRA, CAMPBELL & BARBEE, (Successors to J. ic It. Zettler.) WBOLE8ALI AND RETAIL DEALSH8 IN , Foreign and Domestic Groceries, PKUUUCC, WATER LIME, XPXZU-Za XiXQUORS, PLASTER, &c, &c. COR. FOURTH & FRIEND STS. cowswus, onio j jnljSI-dlf ' . i FOR THE LADIES. Corsets a la Mode. ENTIRELY "NEW STYLES 1 KEF. Is DESIKF.S lit again to Inform the la dirsof Columbus and vicin ity, that the famous. WOR LEV AMAZON and MAD. AME DEMOKEST COR SETS can only lie bad at hit Hoop Skirt Manufactory, No. 21 East State Street, op posite the Capitol 8quare.,of whioh he baa the l EXCLUblVE HALE, j These Corsets hare a eelobrity unequalled by any others in nie, and ladies should not fail to give theia a trial, as tney are pot only beautifiers ot the per. son, but greatly advantageous to hoallh. 4 1 ; i E REED I Hoop Skirt Manufactory, No. SI East Stato it juuel3-dtf ! Royal Ilavana Lottery of Cuba Conduoted by the Spanish Oovernment. $3G00dO IN GOLD DRAWN EVKttY 17 DAYS Prises cashed and Information furnished, the highest rates paid tor Doubloons and all kinds of Gold and Silfen also, for all Government Heouri. aprll-dAwly Bankers, It Wail at.. N. York Ilf. . PASTURE ' TO ' ' LET. T HAVE FIFTY ACKF.S OF OOOtt X Timothy rastuxe to rent tt Lithopolis, Ohio, t miles South of Columbus. There is in said pasture lot 8 acres ot a splendid sugar-tree groye, and a nevi laill US HIWHJI Ul WMWI . " ..... t ot particulars inquire of . -VT ... !nl. STlinNTOlf Elk Horn House, Lithopolis. Ohio. ' Jg-u- .i. . a i. , i U ,1.',. . l; J. t. ' H ' 1 t mllr Sol i. Bead ylladc Clotliiog FALL .AND WINTER-GOODS. !(., -lv. -i. -I TEE OHIO MERCillNT TAILORING CLOTHING CO., NO. 185 OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, Month High Street, Columbus, 0. ' ' Take leave respectfully o tender their thanks to the public for the liberal patronage beat wed on -their e.tablishinent since iu eoinaieaceinent, and to as sure their pUrons, that their otfort ebalt ever be to render entire Tatist'auiinn, hy making up garmeute, warranted to ba from firat class goods, by competent Workmen and tefii accurately. Wo a e now reoeiv-s ing, and ahull continue to do so, weeklj during the season OUR FALL AND WINTER STOCK. ForOrercoats and Business Suits Esquimaux, P. and II. Hearers, Pilot Cloths, Heavy Tricots, Castor Hoavers, Chinchillas. Heary Milled Doeskins, Harris Cassi meres. A lso, the most elegant assortment of plain and fancy fabrics, for I-A-JNTTS j2k.3TI3 XTJEI 8Td , Imported from England, France,1 Belgium ' and Switierland.everbrougiitlothisoitr. Toall which we invite the attention of the gentlemen of Colum bus and t heaurrouuduig country, assuring then that our taoiliti.s. with being workmen ourselven, enables us, not only to keep bet ter Goods, but to soil ClIEAP UK than other houses iu the city READY MADE DEPARTMENT In the line of Ready Made Garments, bur Stock It complete, and in thia connection, we deane it to he understood that we keep no Shoddy, or goods of in ferior grailea.all being manufactured to order, aud expressly for this estahliahmuut, THE GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING DEPARTMENT Is replete with every article pertaining to the Gen tleman's outfit. THE O. M. T. k C. CO. ' aprl7-deodly-0 HARRIS & CO., ir.H t iAtitt:aM.n.TiiF, i.i r; ii tp. j PIANO in popularity. The iEHT. and, there- lore, ine i;nr,Ai'r.H l in market. Ksty g Oa OAS.wilh 1'atent Tremolo unequalled. Persons wishing Lessons on the Piano or Or gan, please call at io. 36 North Ili-h St., Columbus, 0. julv25-dA3in-auc2U A. B. ANOLI. C. W. DODT. new, FAMILY GROCERY nAVIWO PI'Itt'll ANEDTIIK KfTIRK stock and fitturea of I), liaydeu. Ho. 3U North iiigh street, wo aro adding a XjVXtG-U STOCK -0F- Fine Family Groceries, Eresh from the Eastern cities We also intend to koeponhand at all times a supply of ;ountry Pro duce ot every description. We respectfully call the attention of Families, Hotel and Bonrdins;Honse Keepers, To our Stock of Goods, and invite them to examine and learn our pricea before purchaning elsewhere. Id addition to the above, we have opened a - LARGE FEED TORE, And keep on hand COHN, OATS. HKA N, Ae., Ac, and will in a short time be prepared to furnish any thing in our line of business at the lowest market rates, delivertdrteof charge. uioha7-dtf ANGLE A DOUTY. THE CHRISTIAN WITNESS. Eav. 3. F. GIVEN, Editor and Proprietor. Published weekly on Friday, at -COLUMBUS, OHIO. Office No. 80 North High Street. ALSO BOOR AND JOB PRINTING. ' T1IK WITNESS AlfflS TO ItF. A GOOD religions journal, freo frnm the political rancor of the tunes aud opposed to the mingling of politics and religion. It Is an independent enterprise, but is conduot ed in the interest of the movement which looks to tho establishment of Churches on a basis of free and simpleohristianity, discarding all creeds hutihe Kible.and all trsisof Christian fellowship butthat of a Christian life. It seeks to be entertaining and instructive to old and young, having a pago devoted excluaively to the family giving ourreut intelli gence, religious and secular, and reporting the mar ket. East and Weit. Wo hope all who are in favor f a Christianity . free from politics, sectarianitm and fa.-ialicisin, will extend to us their patronage. jul8-tf p J. E. GIVEN; BIAMJHO Til MUSIC STORE. OI I"?:-. ... 'f: T FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP. MANCFACTURIB OF Portable aud Stationary Engines, CSOSS-CUT 0B DRAG SAW AND CIECULAE 8AWIHO MACHINES, ALCOTT, " OK BROOin " HAll DIE lathes, Tbroshing jlaohine.. Mowers and Keapora. Iron Vaulis and Salos. Sugar Mills, Mill Works. Horse Powers. Uratiuc and Kanninir Rru. and Iron Castings, Ac , Ac. , Also, Agent tor rut s i retnlum separator, manu-; factured at Oayton, Ohio. AH Kinds ot Eepairing at Short Notice, i i . ' -. - i i Broad Street, Corner of State Avenue, 1 jot.uraiii;. oino. jan8-dlTod - - LOTS; FOR SALE. i IAltl OFFEBINUFOIt 8ALE Off EASY i terms, a lot of land which I ha ; ...1.. 1 divided into lots of from Fonr to Seven Acres Each, 1 Sitnateoti the Worthington I'ike. a quarter nf a mile from the Corporation of Columbus, and extend ing east across the Railroad, and situate on both aides of. a read whioh extends from the Worthington I'lKe tome v esturvuie riae. "i Sr Refer to O. U. Collins. Esq. T3 decHxitf - W I.. McMH.f,TWi Tavern Propeity for Sale. T1IRWE1.L KNOWN VIIIG1NIA HO TEL, in the town of Kirkersville. One of the best stands en the eld .National road. Apply ok the premises, or to w. -i v W- KtSWANDER, 121 South High street. Columbus. Ohio. oct8-dAwlm Dr. John Dawson's Estate. A C. ACCOUNTS DDE SAID ESTATE V must be paid ateneeto the undersigned, at his late resiuence, to avoid oosts. JOHH I FoixtTT, Adm'r. J ... ootl dot i .c. . . i i . j.i. . i ANEW TWO SI OKVBKICKwel.j lnr, sight Rooms sad good Cellar, food Well! and Cistern, and all necessary out houses, with so erage completer Siteate within twosquaree ot the) State Uonse. , For particulais, inquire at this ofuue.i . ootlo-dliu t. . I SPECIAL NOTICES. ' SECRET DISEASE 3 1 ; MtraAitirA.-vN earn THE M03T CERTAIN REMEDY EVER USE . "Yea, A Positive ure." FOR OOXOBRUOEA, OltSJ STB JOTVRKS.it. Contalas no itinera', no Italsam, no Mercury. .. Only Ten Jillt to It Uiktn to eject a Curt They are entirely vegetable, having no smell nor an nnnlearant taste, and will not in anvweyinW ore the atooiaoh or bowels of4he moat delirale. ' Curea in from two to four uaya, and resent ease n twenty-four hours. " ' ......... i t MO f rOSPHIl,OTOrBLB,KOCHAKOSWHATVIS Irfi those wbo bave despaired of gotting cured, or hi have been gorged Willi BalaajJi Copahia, or Mercury, try ' THE SAMARITAN'S G1F1 Hentbymait in a plain envelope, fries, Male packages, U.00, Femal .n0, Sairan'ten's Boct and Herb Juices The great Klood PuiifUrand remedy for Scrofula, lllcrrs. Morra.Kpota, Tetters, aca tea, Hells, Mrplillia or Venerea. al Hiseaaes, eke. 10R yl,HILlS OH VENKHAI, DIUKARES THE HAMARITAN'H HOOT AND litKU JUICES i s the moat potent, certain and effectual remedyeve prescribed It reaches and eradicatua every partio'e of the venereal poiann, so ttat the oure ia thorough and pnruianent. Take, then, this porifi ing remedy hnd be healed, and do not transmit to ynr posterity that for whins y may repant in after years, I'rice Simper cttle. I'atient, take notice I The ingredients are known to the pbyeiciaus wbo use them, as you will see by toe following : f Post Hoamtai,, Fosr MARflHaix, I -Uai.timoks.Md , l-eb. an, lit.( I nave great satisfaction instating that 1 bars uied 'rAa&tmoHaa'e Bmudi' for Venereal Uia eaae initamoateastoi err forms; that 1 have used, them with judgmeut, diaoretiou, aud properly, and have found them reapond to my antioipa'ions promptly aud ellactually. Knowing thoir oooipoai. tion, 1 havetbe-lulleHoonfidenoe in thoir effioaoy1 and as far as my use of them extends, 1 reoommeud them strongly. i . "ALFRED O. BOWERH . "AssiitsntHurgoon6th New Vork Vols." Sold by O. KOliERT.S. and hy Druggist.. Iitllllli K CO. Proprietors, SIS Racestreet. Philadelphia octai'Ol-ly-HWAS WHY WOT USU THE 11IT? 1 OVER TWF.NTV YEARS' Increasing dein md has established the fact that Matukws' Vbnktian Haih Liyg is tne beat in the world. It is the cheap est, tbe most reliable, and most convenient. Com plete in one bottle. Does nut require any previous preparation of tho hair. No trouble. No crook or stain. Produces a beautiful black or brown, ai pre ferred. A child c apply it. Alwais gives ratia faction. Only 7Soents per bottle. Hold every where, A. I. M ATIIEW8. Manufauturer, N. Y. DEM AS BARNES ACd.,Mew York. Wholeaa Agents. , Alse, MATnrwa' Afmca Uaia Vlobs lor r storingand dressingthe Hair. junel9 dcodly FORJIORB THAN TWENTY TEARS M THEWS' VENETIAN HAIR DYE has stood th test of trial, and is euustautly increasing ia publi favor. ( 1 1 is tbe best aud cheapest in the world. 1'iio 76 cents. it gives a beautiful, iu-trous, natural color. It is complete in ono bottle It does tbe work the first time. 1 1 does not crock, lis u t or stain. It doss not rub off or fade. It always gives satisfaction. A child can apply it THIS HAIR DYE is manufactured by a peculiar process tknow only to Mr. Mathes),which renders it infinitely superior to any dye in market.' In ing THE VENETIAN IJYIf you avoid th at K i; S T V , 1 1 A I) Rppee ra nee by w h icb dyed hat r is so easily recogniied when an inferior article has been used." lnvost 75 cents, and you will be convinced. Sold by all Druggists and Fnicy Coods Dealers A. 1. MATHEWS Manufacturer. DEMAS BARNES A CO., New York. Wholesale Agents. mavin-deodly THE MOON'S VOLCANOES Are engaging tbe attention of astronomers, but the world of Beauty and Fashion is leu interested ia human discoveries than iu the great question of tijioic tiik iii:ai That have been whitened by age or sickness to a glorious black or brown hno. Robody now ii inch a. (JL.xJNA.rrio As not to admit that the finest and most harmless hair darkener in existence is CRISTADORO'S HAIR DYE, Which nourishes the fibres as well as changes their hue, , . Manufactured by J. CRISTAD0R0. a Astor House, r-ew York. Sold by Druggists. Applied jy al' Hail Dressers. tcpttO-d&wlm (" Jf TT T . a tt f nowij08ii nowjsestoreai Jutt Pvblltked.in a Sealed ' Kneelope. Trio taentt. A LECTURE on the NATURAL TREATMENT, and Radical Cure of Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weakness. Involuntary Emissions, Sexual Debility, and Impediments to Marring e generally: Nervous ness, Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits: Mental and Physical Incapacity, rosultiug from Self-Abuse, Ac, byRoBT..I. CvLvlHwaXL, M. D., author of the Ureen Boot, Ao. . . . A Itooa to Tbsssands ot Sufferers." Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to anr ad dress. HtL paid, on receipt of six oenis, or t wo post age stamps, hy C11AKS- J. C. KLIN E A CO., in isowery, rcw t org rosiotnoeiiox ,.. Also, Dr. Culverwellt "Marriase Cuidc." price 15 cents. au'r-K-dAwJin 1S66. ., AUTUMN. 1866. cfc SON, NOS. 93 to 89 SOUTH HIGH STREET, are now offering In great variety and at moder ate prices, French at erinoes. Empress Cloths, Woo Delaines, Plaid Poplins, Black Dress Silks, Fancy Dress Silks, Alexandre's Kid Gloves, Shawls, Cloaks.Hoslerv, Ladies and Misses' Balmoral Skirts, Hoop rkirtsand Corset. Dress Trimmingsand But tons, Hoe wkeeping Ooods, Lace and itaaiaski'us taina. Sheetings, Blankais, Linens, Superior White and Colored Flannels, Cassim' res, broad Cloths, Velvets, Ladies' Cloths, Kepellant C'oths, Gentle men's Imperial Shirts, Cotton Flannels, Ginghams. Calicoes, Tickings, Muslins, Toweling, etc, etc., all at lowest prices. sep20 TMNCYiPI.AlDANDNTIIIPKhri.ain. JJ oels, for Ladies and Misses' Morning Robes, at Fifty cents per yard, muoh under val ue. , BAIN J?0 If. - sepfW ' -No. 83 to 1 South Hirh atreM. TTICEOAIST CL.UNV L.ACKS, IN t'OI jjj tars, nieevea, itandkerobiers; Barbe Laces, JA. ertiugv Medallions, Edsing, etc. Also, a fna stock of Embroidered Camhrio Edgings aod Trini mings. Thread Laoe, Veils and Collars. .... BAIN A SON. , -tepgs ' ITos. to 8ft South tligb si rest. WINTRB UN UEHSAKfflENTS miss, es' Marino Vests en prawer;. Boy.' Merino Vests and Drawers, Ladies' Morino Vest and Uraw ens. ISMlioa Hiltc Ventaj sksad Drawers. Gentlemen's White Merino Undor Garments, Geutlemen's Soar let Merino Under Garments, Gentlemen's Shetland Under Garments, Gentlemen's Cotton Flamiel Un der Garments. Gontlaracn's Double Breasted Ma rino V ests Gentlemen's v aney Flannel Shirt. Gen Uemen't Gsuge Merino Vests. , . -, BAIN A BON, , pg ' . Wot.M to 89 South High street. ' MOUHN1NQ DHESS GOODS-BLACK A I n. f-.. Ft i iTT. K , . i II Wnnl Ill-.n L' ... . Cloths, French Merinos, llaratbea Cloths. CirlH Poplins and Second Mourning Dress Goods iu great variety, at very low prices. , BAIN A SON, " sep29 , y Sos.8toB8outh High street. TAKD WIDE BLEACHED CANTON JL Flannel; white Shaker Flannels two and cne half yards Wide: , - -, White Mhreeit for Ladies' Skirts; x Balmoral Skirtings. , , . .. . .. ( --o .-:--v' : .BAIN A SON, PJ Not. O to M South High street. t : OTTO ;2 DRESEL, ( Attorney at law & Notary Public. 1 OFFICE, No. 04T Ron In Illth Street, . CoiffMBUS, OHIO.' 1 1 " kit Business done in the English and OerreaB" lniignsges. Speoial attention given to Collsotion. Partitions, and business in the Probata Court. . Ianai-dly , :l u " '