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THE GBEAT ENGLISH BEMEDY. rMTaoriD it hotil trrriia rAiixt. SIR JAMIX CUBKE'S CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS Jirepare&fromapreomtiXtonofGlrJ. Oark,M,l, thytiata Amiraordituirf to tkc fu4n . Thi Invaluable medloine is anfslling In tha sure of all tboM painful r.nd daneroaa dl.'eaea to whioh the female cntilut.on is sabjeot. . It moderatesall exeaa.ee and remover all obstruction, from whatev- A speedy ure mmj bo railed on. f. TO JlfAHRIED LADIES It Is particularly suited. It will. In a short time, taring on tho monthly period with regularity. OAXTTioasa-. TKtte Pitt ikovldnotbo talk by female during tk HXbT TURKS MOXTlia ot Pregnanoy, a '' r ert to bring on Mieoarriage.but at oof OthrUmitkyariai. la nil ease of Nervou and Spinal Affection, Fain in tba Hick and Limb. Fatigue on alight ex artlon, Palpitation of tho Hea t, Hyterio, and W bites, theno Filla will effect a euro when all other weans bare failed: and although apowerfnl remedy, do not contain iron, calomel, antimony, or any thiol hurtful to thf Constitution. Full direotioni in the pamphlet around each pack Me, whioh should be esref ully preferred. Bold it all DurooisT. 1ici, Omi Dollab ria Bottlb.. ... . .. .. , ?:BCIAL notice. '.", Jl it tho ate o riety valuable Mtdieint to be CortTRarilTID. t tnutioun, tkerturt, and too tkattheletUre'T. at it." arttUnrnin thebnttle, modtkateaekuratpt bum the vac aiMILia of IK tignatune V. C. BeLJlHJJtdi CO., ad JQM MUti&U. i HUT Without vkiek, none art genuine. iH. . 1.90. ulth Eighteen aenU for Postage Ineloaed U aiy authoritfd Agent, or to the Hole General Agent for the United btatas aad ltritiakt Dominions, 1 I I , , " '- - JOB MOSES, 7 Oortludt street. New York, will tomra a battle, oontaii ing Fifty filial, by rsr tuVa mail, aeaurely aealed from all obtervaliesw . , seplt-daweowly-oolS tl f UFftII K A lVTII-HTBrfTII. I.IFK--IIEAI,Tn-ITItEI;Tn. LlFE-ilICAL.TII STRENGTH ' ' DR.'JDAN DELAMARRE'8 ' . SI?;I3CIFI0 PILLS An prepared- by the Menf trr Oaraneior & T)a pent, l'hrniaeutit, to. till Rue bombard. Pari, from the Proreriptlonof JuanDelamarre, Chief Pbaicien to tboHorpitel du Nord on Lariboiiere, ' LETTE& OP RECOMMENDATION. .' . .( n Pabip. May tth, 1863. GixTiiiiK.-We bava need the 'fricino Pii.li" made from Doctor Delainerre'i Pre eriptloa. rfu lnc (everal yean pat, in our Srivata and publio praotloe, and hare lound Nra moat anergetie and efficient Kem dyiaeaaesof Apermatorrbea or Heminal Weak Nightly, I)iilr,orMafrKmiHion: Wex I Weakne, or Jnpoimcy; 8proial Derangement of tha frou Hy,teai( VVaknfaea ariiinr from Secret Habit and Hexual FxceaMi; Btlnmation ol the Genital Organ: MtakHpine: Affectinntol the Eye: 'Lime" or ''Prick l)ust" Deposit in the Urine; "Milky" Discharge: Paleneti of the Skin, with Hunkra Cbeekiatia Uloodieu hip; "Pinched'' Feature; Irregular Atflion of the Utatt, and in all tb (Lastly train ol Hymptom ariiinc from Urer- ie, Abu, or Loi from any oauaa,of the Nerrooi ore. ' 1 ..... VTa earnestly adrlta the Profeslon, and all per ann sofienrg from any Symptomatic or Organic JfxcUemt of tbe(4NlT0.aHlAKT'HyiriMg, to use Umm JtlLa. .With high r.tptct, we are j aura moet ajaoeraiy. . , p i R. A.BEACSEPARIE.M.D. A -. . H. D. DlijARIilN.M.l). JKAN 1K I.EIK HRK.M.D. To Gabaicihi 4 DcroKT, No. Sit Rua Lombard iPana,. f . . . ..... Montat y -AStudiovt Uoeupationi; GrUfi, Ants iftitt or tsnaterrr loud to impair the Vital Attion of tho Hran, Htart, or Xtrtout Mtm frequFntly lead to the n.O"t lHitrtitino and Embamtttino Uf order of the Viiilk 3tst(m. student, CUrgy mtn and Xavyera, therefore, who are especially li able to tbeie VVeake'e,nuuld rciert promptly to Ar.tiaxAABna-a rricirio riLLa "i -, A Pamrlilet.conlaiuir.c lull pr icnlara, with 1)1- JSoanitb and bntlith. accomDaniea each box. and will bant, by ui:,lree ol awt, to any who will .wineiocit.., , , ,j?rlc ! par Bx er Six Bexeaj lor t5 ' Po'd by i th TlnplTHil Drugtists, or l'l be V U I VJ M, mWVT9Jf MWW yFWTI, l,M II. " , onrecoirtot thaaaeo'fled mncebr any autborlied agent. or by th ole General Agent for America. OriOAR ti. 1IOH UU..X7 Cortlandt itreet, ew York. Autborixcd Agent for Colnmbn and Yioinity, ct. K. ttAMUti. vv.. u. KUiittt rs CO., aud all Dealer In Medicine, All order by auaif promptly attended to. v epi-dAweowly REDUCTION; IN PRICE AMERICAN WATCHES, 'Made" at WALTflAM, MAES, In eonseqnenoo of tba recant great improTomenta In our faoilitiej for manufacturini wa hay reduoed cur price to A low a point a they can ba placed With Gold nt Par, r-"' o that no one need hotitate to buy a watoh now from the expectation that It Will beeheeper at 0Tie future time. Tha teat of tan year1 and tha manufacture fad tale of , . nor than 900,000 Watches, . laVa giren our production! tha very hit;heet rank amang. fima-keeper. 'Commentlnk with tba deter mination to make only thoroughly excellent watchea ear bueintMba taadily incraaaod a tba pablie be came acquainted with their Talue, until for month Wgether, wa have bean anabla to aupply tbe demand. Wa bare repeatedly enlarged bur factory1 building a til they now coyer over three acre of trroand, and (fW accommodation to mora than eight hundred workman. , 1 f i .. - Wa are fully justified in stating that we now make MURE THAN ONE-HAI.K OF ALL TIIK WATCHES 80LD IN THE UNITED BTATE8. .Too different trade are distinguished by the follow ing trade marks engraved on tha plata I 4 American Watoh Co.," Waltham, Mass. S. "Appleton.Trecy ACo.."Waltham,Ma. "". "P.8. Bartlett," Waltham.Ma. ' 0WRfcLiAD7bS' WATCil'of fint quality if named "Applelon, Tracy 4 Co.," WaUbam Ma. .,, : .. I, Our next quality of Ladles' Watch Is named :tfr ii-j.. bartlett." Vialthani, Maes. Thee . ' 'watches are furnished ia a great vaxialy w " ':" lises and styieeof eaaas. ""'Tke; Americaa Watch Co., of WaltbamJ Man authorise us to state that without diitinotion of trade marks orprioe, .. , , ALL IHK PRODUCTS OF THEIR FACTORY t ...ariia ARE I ULLY. WARRANTED. ba tha beat time-keepers of their olasa ever made this or any other Coantry. Bayers ahopldremcmf i bar thai eolika tha guarantee of i foreign suaket 1 arho eaa aavar ba reached thi guarantee is good at 11 time against tba Company or their agents, aad that if after tha most there ugH trial, any watoh " abould prove dolective in any particular', it may al waj be exohatiged for another, As tha Americaa 'Watehet made at Waltham, are. for sale by dealer i( gnaral)y throughout tha oountry, wa' do apt selloit -'cedars tor lngla watehe. ; .qiUv t i:i.i CAUTION .- Tha nublio are cautioned tobutonly of .respectable dealer, All persons selling oounter- relUWUl beproaeoutea. , . . ., . llaiGSJiW ORTUJi i,MEIUC4 WATCU CO, ,,,,-11811 Bjrwaidwair9'0',l-1 aanlOrt J BWTa ... Jilt-, .il Hlla BAN KINO HOUSE OF JAY GOKE & CO. Coraer Wall at Naaaaa fie.'. New York. 'In ednBeotlon with our hoaaesin Philadelphiaand 'vWebington,' wa have opened a NEW YORK i BUUHK at above, location and offer oar services to Banks, Bankers, and Investors for the transaction ol u bait feoiiaeai tn this city. InolajUiig parebaes.ajid alee of GovBBMMBMff tiBopRiwue, ST09KB, Bonds . and Gold. . Wa constantly represented at the 8tokIihangeand Gold Board,' where orders sent Bsar promptly filled. We keep on band a full supply JIOVMNMENT 8ECUIUTIfl8 0P1LL l83uia, ; baying and sailing at current prioes, and allowing aorrespondenUJtha meat ljberal rates tha market Bora . ; frT JTlCOOKK V CO, ,Ilibia8-lyTIw '4t'v.;jCi i.HU .; , ) il ! . ' Cdirate's Aromatio ; Vgetabie 8oap t, AiqparVor Tel!t Baf,.prepared .lrom refln- iad aiaiia visa in aompinauoa witn iy eerlaey and especially designed for the wseol l.st4lea and for the ftaraerrV 'it perfume xouialfej and IU waahlng'aropertiea amivalled.4- JTeabfUPrwUU, fabiu-diwlyi AMUSEMENTS. r. Athcncum, Monday, October 22d. VISHNU, Proullar Entertainment I Every Person get! a Pres anttliai alt da hi Flrat Entertainment I Mo Blanket No Jewelry Oivn Away I All Useful Presents I An Entire Chnngeof Programme, Introduoing a Variety . o( JSewnnd Startling Woo i dor in PRESTIDIGITATION. NECROMANCY", MAG IC, 4o. . THIS 18 NOT A LOTTERY. SXOO 3RL 33 XV A. XI 3D 1 oandidly offered, and will be promptly paid to any ptraon who can show that In any inatano the Fakir baa failed to fulfil each aud every promi-e of hla ad Tertieementat and heehalletiRos any of hi imit. ton to tubmit thoir bmioeaa to aimilar publio oru tinr. For full particular, lee Programme and Colored Potter. , . "Prici or A BMTggiow Ticket, so cent, to all part of the home. oo.20 d'lt , . . OPERA IIOIISK. i. T. RAYM05D... Lism A If anaorb. Laat week of tho luooeuful engagemeLt of MISS JTIAKY ITIITCIIELi,, ::! ' : And ; -. MR. J. W. ALBAVOHt Vf endar V.rrulng, October 99, 18410, Wilt be nreen(ad. first time In Columhu. a nonn- lar drama'.ixation of Dickens' last great fiction of OUR MUTUAL FRIEND, A performed at tha "Olymplo Thea ar," N. Y., during along oontinuou number of nighui. John Rnkeimtth.., Bella Walter Livinia Uogu Kidethood. MR. J. W. ALBAUGH. .MISS MARY MU'CUbLL. Mist 11, E. Gordon. ....Mr. T. Hamilton. Tha nlarwlllba produoed with arait ear. Ni ew Boenery, Beautiful Mudoand Effective tableaux Admission 60 ets; Referred aeaUTIatat Roxattt Gallery JcU. Ueaticanbetecuredaljohu Meltier'g MuieKoora. aoptl6 MECIAL NOTICED MAR CHING ON ! Constantly advancing in publio favor, throughout tha United States, the British Colonies and Span ith America, and needing no Flourish of Trumpets to proclaim Its succesi, that standard article, CHRISTADORO'S HAIR DYE, Is now far ahead of any preparation of its class. . People of Fashion, at length thoroughly understand tba terrible ennaequenoes entailed by the use of metalloandcaustle preparations, and admit the su periority of thia famous vegetable Dye. Manufac tured by J. CURIHTADORO, Ator House, New York.' Sold by all Druggists. Applied by all Hair Dressers. . OctSl-dAwlm-r ALLCOCK'S POHOUa PliATEHSi BEST STRENGTHENING PLASTER IN THE WORLD. JLLCOCFS POBOVS PLASTERS utoUt and aimag pain by calling forth the acrid humori Jrom pattt internal to the tUn and gentral circiiM-, tiontku; in many cattt, peiitively naporatlng tkfiUtait. JAMES LULL, M. D. There is nothing equal, in the way of a plaster, to tha Porous lias tor of Mr. ALLCOCK. Everything is pleasant about them. Tbey are the piaster of the day, and a fit type of our present advancement la saienoe and art. In Asthma, Cough, Kidney Affec tions, Gout, RheumatUm, and local deep-seated piin. they afford permanent relief. ; J. F. JOHNSON. M.D.. -k on "Topical Remedies." From a penonal knowledge of these p'.aators, wa can state that they are decidedly preferable to any other in use. Wherever reliof is to be obtained by tha use of a plaster, we should recommend them. A. INGRAHAM, M.D., Editor Mm York if en tor. Agency, Brandreth House, New York. 1 Hold by all Druggists. ' ' 'octW-dAwlm-r LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS! THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY FOR IRREGULARITIES. These Drops area scientifically compounded fluid preparation, and better than any Pills, Powders or Nostrums. Being liquid, their action I direct and positive, rendering them a reliable, speedy and oer tain speoific for tbe cure of all obstructions and up pressioos of nature. Their popularity is Indicated by the fact that over 100,000 bottles are annually sold and oonsumed by tba ladies of the United States, every one of whom speak in the strongest terms of praise of tbeir great merit. Tbey are rapidly tax. ing the place of every pfber Female Romedy, and are considered by all who know aught of them, a4 th surest, safest and most infallible preparation in tbe world, for tha cure of all female oomplaints, the removal of all obstructions of nature, and the pro motion of health, regularity and strength. Explicit direction stating when tbey may be used, and ex. plaining when and why they should not, nor eoutd not be need witbdut producing effect contra' ry to nature's ebosen laws, will be found carefully folded around each bottle, with tbe written sign tnre ef John L. Lyon, without whioh none are gen. nine. i ' J ' '! ii-i : ' Prepared by Dr. JOHN L. LYON, 105 Chape street. New Haven, Conn., who ean be consulted either personally or by mail (inoloaing stamp), con cerning all private disease and female Weaknesses. Bold by Drut gists everywhere. - ' G. CLARK A CO.. General Agent for U. Ct. and Canada. sepM-d&wly i- . 1Y1RS. WIN SLOW, An experienced Nurse and Female Physician J resents to (he attention of Mothsrsher j S oo thi ng S vrup " ' OR CHILDREN TEETIIINO ' ', "Mob greatly facilitates tha process of teething, by tening the gum rrducingsll inflammation, will allay ALL PAIN and spasmodio liorjind Is Sure to. Regulate the Bowels. Derend apon it, mothers, It will give rest to your elvesand - ' '' ' Itelief nnd Health to Your Infhatu, ,W have put np and told this article for aver 30 reerr. and cam say in coNyiMNCK AMD TRi?TH of t what we have never been able to say of any oth er medicine NKTBR BA8 (TAILRD lit A BINOLk tvtTAKCBTOlP BOtr a cuaZwhen timely used. Never did we krssw an Instance of dissatisfaction by any one whe used It. On the eontrary, all are iellghted with its operations, and speak In terms of Commendation of its magioal affects and medics) virtues. ' Wa speak in this matter "what wa do snow " after to years' experience; and rLlDOg ODt RRrCTATIOMrOR TDB f rLriLLHBHT Of WHAT B uiri diolarb. In almost every instance where tha infant is suffering from pain and exhaustion ellef will be found In fifteen or twenty minutes af jtar the syrap Is. administered.' ' 5 f ' ' Full directions for using will accompany each bot tle. None genuine Unless the f&e-slmite of CUR T1S 4 I'ERKlif, Aew-Xork, it on the ouUide wrapper.., ... ....... ISold by all Druggists throughout tbe world PRICE, ONLY 35 CENTS PES BOTTLE. apraa-dAwBm. a - r IITIAHHIAOE ANB-CEEIBACTr, an Ea' sav oi w arnmg ana instruction tor x oung Men. Also, Disease nd Abuse which prostrate the vi-i tat power, witn aura mean el reuet. tient free of oharge In if tiled letter envelope., .Address, Dr. . rciijijiii ouyuuxvxn, iiowar Jtssoaiauoa rntieaeipnta, t aa -raVw- is , , Kemoved from hla Old Office DR. A. B. WILLIAMS, West Broadway.. neat High street, Columbus, Ohio, baa devotedibimiel or a series of year to tha traa mant of certain pri rata disease. He may be consulted at his oQoe Biwu.jmu theJizoluuuiaBaiik i.' .Z JL i oWo'H ii : m -j,; jj, ..j, l,K.u: i. -.:t Telegraphic. FROM WASHINGTON. The Case of the Baltimore Commissioners —Anxious to get up a War— Grain Crops in Nebraska. New Yokk, Oct. 20. The Times' Waari Infrtoti gpecial says : The contest over the Baltimore Police ConimlRaioners Is exciting much Interest herein view of the possibility- that the President may be called on by the Governor to interfere. Governor Swann will probably remove the commissioners, as he sympathizes strongly with the element seeking their removal. The commissioners will resist the Governor's action, on the f round that they cannot be removed exeept y regular trial and conviction, and they will undoubtedly assert their position by the force under their control. The offense of the commissioners seem to be that they appoint judges of the elect ln who enforce the Registry law so strongly that returned rebels and Southern sympathizers cannot register themselves without committing perjury. The Herald's "Washington special says: There are quite a number of gentlemen here who art- urging parties In high places to make a formal demand on the British Government in the claims matter. Hon. P. W. Hitchcock, Congressional del egate from Nebraska, has arrived in the city, and states that the grain crops In that Territory exceed In luxuriance any that he ever saw. He thinks it a perfectly safe esti mate that the wheat crop will average at least forty bushels to the acre. Removal of the State Department— New Steamship Line. Washington, D. C, Oct. 20. Prepara tions are in progress for the removal next yreek of the archives, Ac., of the State De partment to the recently erected vasning ton Wty Orphan Asylum, on 14th stret.t, which has been rented for a term ot years, until the new State Department buildings shall be erected on its present site. . , A large part or the capital naa aireaay been subscribed In this city for the estab lishment of a new steamship line between Washington and New York, 'mere is a fine prospect of an early consummation of this plan lor a cheap, regular transporta tion of supplies and merchandize to this District. FROM NEW YORK. An Interesting Lawsuit. Nkw York, Oct. 20. An interesting suit has been commenced In the Supreme Court dv Air. caivtn Likwis ltomnson against Mr, EtncKireu wonawaru. uotn parties, attne outbreak of the war, were residents ol Jacksonville. Florida. Plaintiff claims that n March, 1862, defendant Itpadcd a gang who burned up a large miantity of prop erty belonging to him, and now sues to re cover its value. Woodward was arrested n this citv and held in $50,000 bail. A motion is now made to vacate the order of arrest. The case will be argued nextlhiirs lay before Judge Clarke, iu the chambers ol the supremo court. ' Failure of a Knitting Firm. Thn Trlhnni' ew York unficlal savs t An xtenslve knitting firm In Cohoes has suspended. The concern also manufactured axes. The liabilities are known to exceed $475,000, and may possibly reach nearly $1,000,000. It is not believed that the find will be able to weather the storm and re su me operations. Sale of St. John Park—The Revenue Commissioners—Report of Health Officer. Bv the sale of St. John Park to the Hnd son Railroad Company, Trinity Parish re ceives $400,000, the remainder ol the $1,000,000 paid therefor being divided among the owners of property surround ing the Park, at the rate of $1,300 per lot The revenue commission wliieti was in session during the past fortnight at the Astor House, has taken a recess lor a lew days and will resume Its labors next week:. A larre amount ot testimony relative to frauds on the Custom House was taken dur ing the session. The report of Deputy Health otncer JiiS' sell, received to-day from the Hospita, Ship, is very favorable, no deaths having occurred and no admissions of new patients have taken place since previous return. Tho steamer Iltlvetia, whose passengers have been the sunerers, has been thorough ly cleansed and lurui gated. The report siys she will come up to thecity on buuduy evening or filonUiiy uioniltig. South American Advices. There is no news of ronseqinn e from Panama, and that from tre Coast Is equally meagre. The papers are uiscussing the probable return of the Spanbh lleet, and the different republics continue to strengthen their alliance and fortify their forts. They say if the war be renewed it will be a desperate one. Tho Government of Peru requires foreigners to pay the per sonal tax and allows them' to vote. The Government of Ecuador has decreed the expulsion of all Spaniards who would not be naturalized In tlity-six aays. Mr. Coggeshaii, the new Americaa Jam ister, was received on Sept. 20th. Financial Matters. New Yobk. Oct. 20. The money market is working easier and has lost all the firm ness apparent on Thursday and a rluay. The demand Is fairly active, but Is readily let at 4 and 5 per cent, with most of the business at the lower rate, xtie government has a good supply of currenoy, and is gradually taking in its bcock oongauons nnauy, which prevents any stringency that migh otherwise arise from the active speculation at tbe stock -exchange. Prime discounts are current at 5(?6 per cent. The gold market closed np at 14G 146?. The two extremes of the day were 14G147. Cash gold has been loaned at 1-32 Der cent, to fiat. The recovery frotrt the lowest point wasowingto rumors from Baltimore ot the prospects of trouble in that city on Monday. , ... The Dry Goods Market. The continued quietness in the market, and tha dullness in the cotton market, caused a slight softening in some goods during the day yesterday, and this morn Ing there are further indications of lower prices. The trade the past week has been all that manufacturers, agents or jobbers exbected, and lias been highly satisfactory to ail concerned, uoous nave oeen soia very low, but at ample remunerative prices. and there is more than ever before an en couraglng Indication ot a return to A healthy and settled condition In the dry roods business. Brown sheetings Stark A 23 ; do M 20 : Boeta 17. Bleached shirtings N.'Y. Mills 85; Bates 35; Blarkstone 20; Prints Jflerrimac w Tiy2 racitic ao; London Mourning 10; Wottregan 18. Gingi- hams Lancaster ,2715; Hartford 22'4 Cambrics Washington 14,; Portland 11)3. FROM BALTIMORE. The Police Commissioners—Governor Swann Visits Washington. Baltimore, Oct. 20. No new developments have vet been made in regard to the police difficulty. The Police Commissioners will resnond to the charges through coun sel on Monday. Governor Swann made ft visit to " Washington to-day. There lis much' speculation and many romors 'are afloat as to tbe obiect of his visit. Noth ing definite Is known In regard to it. Eve- S thing concerning it Is conjecture. Tbe ya In Blue bold another meeting to-night to sustain tne ronce tjommissioners. ,j i The Directors of tbe First National Bank.1 of which Gov. Swann Is President,, have petitioned him to desist from his purposes in regard to tne ijomnussionera. 0 Toronto, C. W- Oct. 20. More Fenian prisoners were arraigned to-day, and one of tnetn proved to do a lunatio, 1 ' 1 ' j The American Consul Intimated to the court that he had received Instructions from Washington to engage counsel lor all prla oners of American birth. : . I ;' ' 1 1 i.-..-u ,i ; I FROM NEW ORLEANS. More Tribune Sensation Reports. New York," Oct. 20: The Tribune's New Orleans special lays: It is stated that as soon as Governor Wells returns from his home in he country tbe Sheriffs of the different parishes will be removed for refusing to comply with the Governor's proclamation. A messenger was sent to Washington some time since to confer with the Attorney General, who Is represented as having stated, In the presenco of the I'njrilUeut, that the uovernor naa a periecc right to act. General Sheridan was ap plied to for military assistance to carry out this programme, also to arrest several parties accused of having committed mur ders on the 30th of July, and against whom the civil authorities have failed to proceed. Action has been delayed until the troops, which have since arrived, could be concen trated in this city. Threats are made that if the military attempt to make these ar rests the various rebel secret associations, which are known to be well armed, will re sist and overpower the military and mas sacre all Union men. v. i r . An attempt was recently madetoassassi ate Col. F l iable at his hotel in Alexandria. The Colonel is extensively engaged in cot ton planting, and employs 500 negroes who formerly served In his regiment. He was subsequently publicly notllied by a com mittee of prominent citizens, headed by uuge xtyan, mac ne must leave trio ranm. as they wanted no Yankees there, ana thereafter they would not be allowed to cultivate plantations. There are nineteen cases of murder on the docket ot Alexan dria Court, anil the presiding Judge repre sents the Parish to be in such a state ot an archy that there is no prospect of bringing; any of them to trial. . . ..r . ii, . i rom returns received rrom trustwonny parties lu the different Parishes, to whom application was made for correct cotton and sugar statistics, we estimate the cotton crop for the State at 250,000 bales, and, the sugar at 60,000 hhds. FROM EUROPE. BY STEAMSHIP PERUVIAN. Leeds Reform Demonstration—The Cattle Plague in Switzerland—Empress Charlotte at the Vatican. Farther Point. Oct. 20. The stt amshlp Peruvian, from Liverpool 11th, via London derry 12th Inst., has arrived off thisjwint. The ne ws Is exceedingly meagre; The London Daily News says that the Leeds reform demonstration, both In num bers and organization, Is admitted to have ben more imposing than any of the demon strations that have preceded It. Tho London Telegraph asserts that the state of affairs in Canada every day becomes The Empress of Mexico had arrived in Grieste from Rome. ; A letter dated Rome, on the 2d lnst and published In the Lyons papers, says the Empress of Mexico Is the subject of much conversation here. Yesterday at nine A. M., without having requested an audience, sho presented herself at the Vatican to see tho Holy Father. She was Immediately re ceived and is said to have presented a peti tion praying the Pope to sanction, every thing her husband had done as Emperor of Mexico, with respect to religious matters. The story goes that the "ope positively re- lUEca to. no so, wncu tne impress ae clared that sho would not leave tile Vatican if the request was not granted. The writer adds that he cannbt guarantee the "authen ticity or an this, out nc is certain mat tne Empress did not quit the Vatican until six o'clock in the evening. She then retired to the private study of the Pope, and his holi ness continued his audiences and usual daily routine, leaving the Empress with her laqy in waiting. -V... , FROM JAMAICA. Negro Murderers to be Tried—Immigration —Trade Depressed—Prospects of the Sugar Crop. Yrnij Vnnv. Opr.. 9(1 Tim Ilerftlil'a Ja maica correspondence of llie Cth says: Thirteen oulcers of the Englifih army had arrived for the purpose of trylnar Ensign Cnllen and Staff and' Assistant Morris for the alleged murder of three negroes who were shot withbut trial during the exist ence of martial law lu October last. T. 1. that an OVftftllGt VA I mill I ITrQ. tion will form part of the general syetem OI tne new jrovuruuiunu ui u.uuniun. , i Thn .Inmate local committee is still re-1 celving donations towards the lunu lor prosecuting ex-liovernor ty re.' tlnnprl vprv leiiresa1 In con- aannunita ff tho 1-OAnnt CAniinpn-i l tultlirPS The stock of American goods at market WI S light and prices sutisiaccory, uui tueru wa a total absence of confidence lu busi ness circles. The weather has been very hot and sul try, favorable for the few States making iniru. hut tnni.li aoralnat. t.hft cmulnp- ornrm. Should itcontinue so the sugarcrop for the next year win oe .nun. FROM CANADA. Trial of Fenian Prisoners at Toronto. Nkw York, Oct. 20. The Herald's To ronto special says: Six Fenian prisoners were arraigned there yesteroay; ail picaa not guilty. After the prisoners were re-; moved, Mr. O'Brien, Col. Lynch's attorney, ' made annlication to tho Court for a safe conduct to Canada for Gen. O'Nell and Col. Starr, to teRtify that Col. Lynch was not present during the tight at Hldgway or Fort Erie. The Judge stated they would be liable to arrest. A New York lawyer has proposed to delond the prisoners if per-! mltted to plead in a Canadian. Court, butbe. was Informed that it was against their' laws to allow a foreigner to plead in their; Courts. i ; Row in the Cabinet—Trial of Fenian Prisoners at Cornwall. The Herald's Ottawa dispatch says: It Is said a serious row has occurred in the: Canadian Cabinet. Mr. Gait wishes to get back Into his old place as Finance Minis ter. Mr. Howiana, who lett the rostonice. Denartment lor the Flnauclal Minister-! ship, refused to go back. The trial of three Fenian prisoners at Cornwall takes place on the 20th Inst. . ; FROM PHILADELPHIA. Official Vote of the State. pHitAbixrHiA, Oct. 20. The Evening Bulletin this afternoon publishes the full: official votes for Governor In every county! of the State except Pike. In that. It says,' we have what is given as tne onieiai ma- lorlty. It then adds : We have examined ana correciea me returns careiuiiy irom the tables printed in tho various coanty: papers, and believe that the ofllcisl couut at Ilarrlsburg will not vary 100 from our, figures. It places Geary's majority in thai State at 17.706. The total vote reaches nearly 60,000. ' - , FROM BUFFALO. Arrest of Railroad Conductors for Swindling. Buffalo, Oct. 20. Two conductors on! the Buffalo & Lake Huron railroad wero arrested yesterday, and detectives are after1 another of them tor alleged swindling the company. , . . ;i . a j 1 . '' ; j 5 I - Boston, Oct. 20. The democracy of tha Second Congressional District have nomU nated A. M. Idc, ot Taunton, for Congress, nit hit. . -ii .0i' K ll I'll,1 3. "A. Dissolution of Copartnership. TnrlPARTrtEBnniPHERETOFORIi existing between W. 8. Thompson and Louis Rooco, under toe arm name 01 l nomneoa A Kooco, ha this day boen dissolved. The butineaa will ba oonduoUd by W. 8. Thompson, who assume and) collect tne debt of the firm. K . ... ,W. 8. THOMPSON, -i -I. Nvvig jwvuu. , OotobexW.loMj (:. -i .1 oetu-dst U ' t .ft Ai . C0HTRIBUT10U CQHCERT! To be given by tbe Defierlnt Club and Columbus Aiaenneronor, at tne upera Douse, vmumuui, v., on Saturday, December 1st, 1; the net proceeds to be devoted to the erection of a I'eoples' Hall, on the ground floor, at the Capital of Ohio, sufficient- ' ly arse to seat 1,0(10 persons. Uy special permission ol in '. Collector of Internal Kevenue. PRICE OF TICKETS, - $2.00. Number Limited to 60,000. or CONTBIBUTIONH to bb awahdid to tioi- BT HOLDBKg: LIST Ao. Greenbacka da do do do do do do 1 do do do Wm. Knabe dc Co.' Celebrated Piano Fortea 5 Octave Cabinet Organs Ooiave Melodnon Wheeler A Wilson' Sewing Machines Uold Watcho Silver do do do S lver Pitchers do Castors -, City Lot in Columbus 1,000 INK) BOO 700 ttOO &OO 100 100 40 (10 ZOO tftO 6 40 ' so 800 40,000 tn 4,m soo ,oto eo to su 100 lr.o so 40 as s , too auo to soon 3,000 . too 400 iMI l.r.O HI 10 100 80 156 M 1.000 10 .10 10 10 10 3 ' e 1 1 1 too auo so so i m uily Lots in Uoluinbu.... Ladies' Fine Trunks Silver TeaHet China do Ladies' Work Boxes American Inventors, fcngrav inaf bv3A .. 10 10 1.000 Pair Uenu' (iold Sleeve But-1 tons (with initial) Fine Dress Patterns Fine Double Barrel Shot Gun Wonts' Traveling Trunks 14 by 17 Phot.ot Lincoln.John son, Grant, eto Dress Patterns Ladies' Traveling Baskets.... Silver Uobleta Silk Drca Patterns Photogiaph Albums Bibles, etc linme A enin (Soldier's Return) ST by St..... Photograph Albums Musio Folios '. Books, etc , Fine American Guitar and Case Subscriptions, weekly city pa pers Porte Monnaies Fine Kngravin, 16 by 20 Marble Kusts of Washington, Franklin, eto Oil fainting , 10 29 . 1 a 5 10 s& 4 s son ilia 100 soo lo.ono 1,2110 600 1.000 1.SO0 1100 ' 8,000 6,000 200 100 1110 80 l.noo 1,000 100 10 1,000 1 1,00 l.ooo 100 j.go -m a s.ooo 1,0011 i 100 as ' 60 auo too a.OUO s.ooo ia 100 100 JO . 2,000 103 ToUl. ...100,000 Number of fontrlbullone, 12,503 To- lai value, J 100,000. ONE CONTKIBUTION TO LVEIIT FOUR TlvbLETO I nriiF, cihatijituijn tjkk or the 1 PKOPLU'S HALL is hereby pledged to tbe onnole at larce for their State Conventions and other State Association; to Grand Lodges, Chari table stale associations, ami to ancn artists ana Musical nooietiea as will tnke tbe lead in assisting the Association to oonduot tbe enterprise to a suc cessful issue. 1 be Manasers. therefore, take pleasure In solicit- Inr for the same, the canorous natronage of the pub lie, and feel confident that, as all are equally inter ested in the laudable object thereby contemplated, all will also eana ly interest tnemseives in tne hon orable and legitimate mode proposed fur it attain ment, in an oruera uy man, stamps must ue i. elnstd for return ooalaore. Competent Agents wanted in every city and town in tho .State, to whom a liberal commission will he allowed. Uood reiurences required. K01111I all moneys by Kxpress, draft, Postotnoe Order, or in reg istered letters, and address all communications to the tUL,U JliiU riuVf LiK, UAtiLi AnsOUlA 1 Columbus, Ohio, " Otto Dresel, President. John Selt.or, Secretary. Joseph Falkenhach, Treasurer. W. J (Jougor, General Agent. CoLiraBt's. Ohio. August 83. ISM. Wo. the undersigned, tnke pleasuroin roooininend Ing to tho pnhlio the CONTKIHUTION CONCEKT ENTEKl'KlMK OF THE COLUMBUS PEOPLE'S MALI, ASSOUIATIUM. Tbu erection of a I'eo pie's Mall, such a is coutemplatcd.hM beon a de sideratum for many years, and the people at large, as well as all true lovers of tbe divine art of Musio, aro squally deeply interested in the laudable, noble obieot the uianaticra have in vlow. and should feel greatly obliged to them for the practicable, legit imate means proposed for its attainment. Being nersonallv acquainted with the parties connected with this Association we feel warranted to say, that their well established standing tor integrity and re. anonaibilitr. offers asure guarantee that the enter prise will be fairly and honorably oonduoted. We therefore trust, that their efforts may be rewarded and tbe snecd r success of their undertaking insured by a warm and generous patronage on the part of the oitisens ot unio. 4 U Cox, Governor of Ohio. James H Godman, Auditor of State, . William H Smith, Secretary of State. 5 S Wsrnor. Treasurer of State. W H Wast. Attorney General uf Ohio. BUCowan.AdjutautGener.il of Ohio, and Chair man V mon mate iemrai tyommittee. D W H Day, Quartermaster General of Ohio. R Taylor, Chief of the Bureau of Claims. . Thomas Sparrnw, G M of Masons of Ohio. J H Wheeler. P G M uf I 0 0 F. Joseph Dowdall PGP"" James G Bull, Mayor of Columbu Luthor Donaldson, Presidont City Counoil. Me " bars of the City Council. J G Thompson, Chairman Democratic 8 C Com. Ji'm Dotnigan, SbnriS' Franklin County, ames M Coiniy, Editor Journal, ' 1 Am i Lavman, Editor UhioSlatesman. Win Dennisun, late l'ostuiastor General. N U Swano, Judge of Supreme Court of U S. Ocorce M Parsons. A G Thurman. Samuel Gnlloway. Oeorge B Wright. 1 John U M'tcneu. JuliusJ Wood, Postmaster. B F Martin, Collector Internal Revenue. bankers and business meu generally. Ticerts for sale by John Seltior, Musio Store. eeiiU:i-d&w90d-ootl Auction and Commission Room THE DNDEKSKiNED HAVE OPENED . aa Auction and Commisiio ' Hoom at No, 144 Kaal Town Street, j where tbev are prepared tn do a general Auction and Commission business. Sales ot ail kinds or property promptly attended to, either in city or country. Household Furniture sold every market morning at the room, commencing at 7 o'clock. Also, Furniture repaired and varnished on the shortest notice and mot reasonable term. , TURNEY A SIMON. ' mcbl-t - No. 144 Eaet Town Street1 Law Notice. MESSUt). BlItlPSON Sc KNOX, PART ners, io . non-residents of the State of Ohio, are hereby notified that they have been sued by Ja cob and Louis Zettler, in the Court of Comm. n I'loHjt nf Franklin .oountv. Ohio, for the sum of l.T99and interest theron from alaiob 22, 1H65, The object of the proceeding is toohtnin a judgment lor said amount, and appropriate money and property of said Simpsun A Knox, in tbe State of Ohio, to tbe payment thereof Thedefendantaarenauiredto answer bythelat day of December, lStiS. Sept. SO, lSGt. Att'y for plaintiff sep7-w6w ! J M. STUART & COi No. 102 South Hig-h Street,' . ' CdLTJIUHUN, WUIO, j Manufacturers A Wholesale and Retail Dealers ia Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware Also, dealers in Lawsnns Hot Air Furnace Latse's Superior English Conking Ranges, Grates, W hite Marble and Marbielsed Slate and Iron Man tles, Ac, Ac. .and i SOLE AGENTS FOR . ' B. P. STEWART'S COOKING STOVE, i And the noted Alligator Coal Cooking Stove. ' 1 ' mchl3-deodly ...... MEIIOIIA.1VX XA.IL.OK. J. B. FITZGERALD, ! (Late Cutter for J. Gunderaheimer.) 'j CORNER OF HIGH AND LONG STREETS, Millers A Jjoyoe'e New Block, (up stairs.) . O0U2-d3rn COLUMBUS. 0. Ropairinj & Vamisblnj Farniturc GEOUGE K1Oa?I!; HAS COITIinENCED THE ABOVE bns iness at No. 346 South Fifth street, where, by striot attention to business, be hopes to receive a share of the public patronage. All orders left at the above plaoe will receive immediate attention. apr24-d6m - Dr. John Dawson's Estate. A litVACCOtTNTS DCE RAID ESTATi xV. must be paid at once to the audeifigned. at hi late renaence, to avuia cost. i ,-. ADELIA DAWSON. JoiutF. rou.grr,Adm'r.l , ocut-dstl COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Money Market—Oct. 20. WONKY Market stjwdv at4V9.1 percent. ' KTEHL1NU k.XCIIA.N(JK-Oui.l at lOSWA 10HV.. , GOLD Lower: opening at 147. declining to 140K. and closing at IMX- Kirimi n npeuieto-atv aoeno, i GOVKKXMKNT TOi;KH-A hde easlof . . FitEIUHitS To Liverpool quiet and unchanged. New York Market—Oct. 20. COTTON Irregular anil declining at 8tOo for middling uplands, anit tic for do Nnv Orleans.'' ' ii.vv iir-i.vai'jjo better, and a 709UU 76 tor extra Stale: ilO Ho 1 su mr extra round himD Ohio. and Ita 04i:i 75 for trade brrn s.cloeiig quiet.. nuiaivi guict ana sicauy at tic lu bund. WliKA l-3.flir! belienfilM for No. t Chicago iprin; 1 SOoiisI 34 for Ho. S Milwaukee; l K7 lor new while Michigan. K Y K-2J3c belter; Old Westera at $1 lll M. BAULKY Active and SGKJa bettar: tl 01 for Cbieago. ., 1 -. U)14?l Keccipts, SS.ou ouihels; active, exolted. unsettled, irmuiar. and t'4o hianer. the deiuaud cbielly apcoulaiive, and largely fur Western ae enunt. Hales at tl b3sU ot for Inferior; II 0&a I ua fur shipping mixed Western in store; tl 07 for do afloat; fl OH 61 09 Western yellow in store, and I loail IS lur White Western in store, closing rather quiet. OATnlo better; tftaVTCofurChicigo; tllXcfor Milwaukee, VJbl'KOLKUM-Dull and nominal; MX for crude, aud 8h40o for refined in boud. , - . ... I'UKK txoiUMl and decidedly higher, but dosing rather heavy at 33 7t S fur new mess, clos n at 0 90 cash; U1 for old do, and 2fl NK7a lor prime. Also 4JS0 t.rl new mess at 133 86. feller option for all October at tXl 31: s.lleriloto Novem ber 4th at 931; tellers do all November at 28 87(s as, seller do all year; (27 sellers do ail January. flbl-.r Uiiclianaeni. ' CUT M E A To Ileavv at l14Vo for shoulders. and l"(l tor bams. UKf-aSED UOUStleavy at l!i,l.l3c for Western. LAKI) Heavy at 1617.- ' BUTTEtt-Uoavyat itixaVBo for Ohio. Cincinnati Market. FLOUR-Waouoteauoerflne at fio Solt; Extra at $11 73(9)12 76; tauiily ai I2 7513 75,and lancy at wHh'AT-No.S Red sld at 2 76-arid No, 1 is difficult to obtain buiuw t'l 86; extra la held at 12 90; Hill Wheat is held atta 96; and No. 1 White at J. No. 1 Spring is in moderate request at t'i 60, CORN -hales reported were 700 bush.ll ailxed ear, Indianap' lia and Cincinnati Railroad, at 85c; 700 bushels, do at B2c; 700 bushels, do at Wo. OA'J S--No.2 was i.eldat 4$4S and o. I at 48 4'.o,end in some oases 60o, a asked lor tbe latter, in bulk or elevator. KYE Choice (old at 1 20. and Io, 1 at tl I0u . BARLEY Prime Fall is held at tl 70. and ohoioe samples of State Spring at $1 46sl 60. Sales of two bushels good Fall, at Covington Depot attlOS, PROVISIONS Mess Pork was inactive demand and prices advanced ! per barrel. Sales were marie to tbe extent of about I'Jixi brls at Vfi &.u ri:u oil, with no sailors at the close below fit 76. Tbe feel ing in Bulk Meats and Baron is fl'-m. Bulk Shoul ders are held at Ho, and Sides at 18c, p eked; Bacon at 15.V'17jo fur Shoulders and AMdos, packed. Jjsra was in ilo uand at loc, but as bold at lo'to. Sales of 60 tieroes priu e city ISo. Sales of Me-a Pork reoorto 1 were 800 brls citv at 1.12. aud tM brls city at$32 25. athlidsllulk Shoulder sold at lo. packed, and 30 bbds Jiacun shoulders at lao, packed, GROCERIES The market tulei quiet, with a fair demand a. at .Mo lur lair toelmice Rio Cot fee; 12's,l6n for raw Sugar; 17)ial7o for bard refined, and SOaiOtie for Porto R co Molauei. UU 1 1 bit 1 lie ilemauil is talr, but too su-p'y is in excess uf it. and the marke'. rule dull at 2Hto30o. fur prime to cuoice Central Ohio. CHEESE The trarLet ia quiet at l17e per pound, actual tare, for Western Kenerve and Ham burg. EGGS The market is steady, with a good de mand at Sjis26o per dozen, shippers' count, fur prime. Cleveland Market. FLOUR-Salcsoitr made XX spring at !! IS 12; do XX red at 13 otKgjla 60: do XX white at 14 603MR 00. Countr brands am irregular. WHEAT Sales Scars No 1 Chicago spring at 2 40. CORN-Dull, but held Arm at Mc fur No. 1. OATS No. I State held at 4t)3. RYE No. 1 held at 1 lo. BARLEY No. 1 Mate held at II 0S41 10; No. 1 Canada $1 151 20. I'ORIi-SaleiaO I) bis No. 1 city packed Mess at 33: Clear held at t:tS. LARD Sales 1000 lbs city-rendered at 18c; coun try at i7o. , BKKF Steady and unchanged. Sales No. 1 City oacked Mess at 20. , , CUEESE Good tochoice at 10317c. EGGS Are liruier at 272Ho. GkOCERIKS-Steadyaud firm, with a fair de mand for staple goods. GREEN APl'LES-Sales of choice wlater Trait at f :i S3 DRIED AI'PLES-In fair demand at lO.i.SlOHc and Dav for Dackaues. LDRIEI) PEACHES Are scarce and firm at 32c for pooled; 2lc for uupeeled halves; ISo lor uupeeled quarM-rs. . . LAKE FISH-No. 1 Whitefiih 7 SO. Buffalo Market—Oct. 20. FLOUR-2200 brls at 11 50 for No. 1 Spring; 12 itSsiii so for red winter Ohio; 14314 60 for western AA white, W II E A l'7(i,Ooo bushels, olosing21,000 Milwaukee No. S to arrive at 2 20; 11,000 bushels Milwaukee Spring to arrive, at ti 16. .. CORN Sales 12,000 bush at 94c. and closing with sales of 22,000 bush No. 1 lo arrive at 96o; 100 bush white at aso OATS-Salcs 13.500 bush No. 1 Chicago at 52o. BARLEY Sales 3600 bush Canada at 1 10. KY a Quiet. - ; ' . PORK .-ialesatJSS 50&S4 00. 1 t LARD Held at lt(s)lHHe. WH1SK.Y-Salesat2 ti. , :,! i CANAL FRIEGUTS-To New York-Wheat 17o. Corn 14o. Oats 9o. ' j) Toledo Market—Oct. 20. WHEAT Market excited and' higher; White Michigan at 1H; Amber Michigan at i 86; No. 1 Spring at 2 32. ' CORN-Sa'esatS7o. ' OATS- Sales at 48. THE OHIO STATE HORSE, INSURANCE COMPANY, -"-. . '- ..,,' CINCINNATI, OHIO. , Insures Live Stock against Loss by THEFT, or DEATH FROM ACCIDENT r DISEASE. Incorporated Under General Law of Ohio. CAPITAL STOCK, - - 100,0O0.0O. 7 " ; W. C. MORGAN', President.- ; L. A. Van SotoC, Secretary. A. J. 91. I!ROWrVI2, Aceatt, , ,.. ... . 1'OSTOFriCK BlIILPtNO, . ' octlS-d3m COLUMBUS, 0UI0. HARRIS & CO., f ffiHT I'KEASIJI-THH Lightb Ia PIANO in popularity. The bEST. and. there-i fore, the t;nriArr,ST in. market. tSTT 8 Ub on. with Patent Tremolo nneaualled. BaT Persons wishing Lesson on the Piano or Or-) gan, pieaae can at No. 36 North nigh St., Columbn.s 0 uly'A'-rtaw:im-aug29 , ........ F. A. 8c L. LESQUEREUX , rinpomxiis, . . j AND WB0LR8ALS AUD RCTAIL'DIALERS IK Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.1 AUO, IN Pocket Cutlery, Tools, Materials, Notions, Ooldj - - fiEver and Steel Speotaolea, and Fancy I Warea. j OrH FACIEITIE9 AS IItIPORTERi enable ua to aupplr the Jobbing Trade at the most layorable rate of any .establishment la tba oountry. - - - - Repairing Doee with Neatness; and Dispatch; F. A. At L sLESQUEnEOC N0.T1 SOVln HIGH ST, ' ,T't"- W"fs)ta OnJo. ' ' ' : "'! anS-dlybod Tavern Property for Sale; rrllE ITEIX KNOWN VIHOIltlATIO A TEL, in the town of Kirkersville. One ef th$ best aland on the old National road. Apply an the nrAiniftM nr in ' ' ' I ii.tinioiiiiuisraw.1 v I J' I itl .! gl A .! I V. in -i c. VT. NTRWANDEft, 'I T. 101 South Blub itreet, Columbu, Ohio. ' i a-icu; lu SPECIAL NOTICES. SECRET DISEASES ! KAltlAIIITAIV UIFTt - THE MOST CERTAIN REMIOT EVER USE . . y,s. A Positive ara. - -': ton soxoJijtiosA. oLssi sTniCTVHKs,it, Contains no Minora1, no Balsam, DC Mercury. . fnly Itn Jilli to bo taken to efeet m Cure . They are entirely vegetable, having J smell no anv anplearant taste, and will not in anywayin are the smroacb or bowelr of the most delicate.. . f Cures infrointwotv four day, end receutoaaeev a twenty-four hours." KO K) rOSrVK, BO TBOrBLV, WOCHANOBWnATBVBB Lrt those who have deapaired of getting eared, nr ha have been (urged with Balaam Cooabia. or Mercury, trf THE 8AMARITAN'GIFT , Pent br mail in a plain envelooe. 'Prioe.' Mala paukagea, (2.00, Female f 8.00. Samaritan'' Eoct and Herb Jnicei . Thograat Blood Puiifierand remedy for . t Scrofula, IHcere. Norra, Mpote, Tettentt acuicB) nana, vypniiia or venerea . al Dieeaeee, Ac. . . .. FOR -YPPILIS OR VENKHKAL DHFA6KS THE SAMARITANS HOOT AND HERB -JUICES . ; s the most nntent. certain and e'actnelreniedveve prescribed it reaches and end irate every particle' of the venereal poison, an that theeere is thorough ami permanent, laae, inen, mis porn ing reman y and ne heated, and do not transmit to yonr posterity thst fur which y may repent in after years. I'ricefi5per (tue. . I'atiauL take notice 1 The Ingredient are known to the physicians who use them, ss yoa will see by U following , ... ' j ' Post Hospital, Fobt Marshall, I , Baltimohb. Mo , Feb. 20, 1864.1 "I have great satisfaction instating that 1 Uava naed ' 'ktiiimarUan't Bemedi' for Venereal Lit -ease iu iu moxtsuato ary form; that I have BeL them with judgment, diaoretiou, and properly, and, have touud them resooud to. my anticipation prumptly and alleetually. Knowing their oo'npusi tiun, I have the-fullest confidence in their efficacy1 and as far as my use of ibem extends, 1 reeoniuiend them strongly. ; , fc Ai.rtiMJ j. iurrr.tv.T "Assistant Kurgeoneth New York Vols." ! Bold by U. ROBERTS. and by Druggists. , ,., .r aKsmO t a. CO.. , , Proprietors, 918 Race i tree t, Philadelphia . OCt31'65-ly-MWoS ' ".' ' 0m:: MANHOOD:,",:': vZml&ir How Lostl How Eestoredl Jnit PublUked,in tealABntlopt. Prieotntti A LECTURE on tbe NATURAL TREATMENT,' and Radical Cure of Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Emission, Soxual Debility, and ImpedimeJit to Marriage generally: Aervuue nass. Consumption, Epilepsy, aud Fits: Mental ana Pbsical Incapacity, resulting from Self-Abuse, Ac., by Robt. J. CvLVBHWBi.b, M. D., author of tha Irreen Bout, to, . A Hooss to Thoasaads of Sulferera." Bent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ad dresa,io(u4'i,on receipt of six cents, or twupoel- igeatampa.by CI1AKM. J. MjJ ." Vj"v ' 127 Bowery, New York-Postoffice boa ,6SO. ' Also, Dr.'Calverwell's "Marriane Guide." price SScents. " augi9-uwsm Patented May 20, 1806. This la in article for washing without rubbing. except in very dirty place', whioh will require a verv align run, anil uniiaeomer prcpario" oner, ed ior a like purpose, will xot hot tub cloth a, but will leave them much wiiuaa than ordinary uethids, without the usual wear and tear. It removes grease s.pots as if by insgio, and soft ens the dirt by soaking, so thatrin.iog will in ordi nary cases entirely re.nove it, . This powder is prepared in accordance with ehea Ical science, and upon a process peculiar to itseif, which is secured by Letters Patent, it naa been in use for more than a year, and baa prove, itself an universal favorite wherever it has been asd.-4r Among tbe aivaotages claimed are the following, vitt , . It save all the expense of soap usually used on cotton and linen goods. ' 1 1. saves most of the labor of rubbing, and wear and tear. ... , ' Also, for cleaning windows it I unsurpassed With one quarter the ti re and labor usually requir ed it irtipartaa heiutiful gloss and lustre. mnoh u perior to any other mode. 'No water required Bl eep. U moisten the powder. . 1 i " Directions with each package. And can bo readily apprrciattd bv a single trial. Theorist of washing for a family f live or six per sona will not txeeed thksbcbnts. . The manufacturers of this powder are aware tbat many useless compounds have been introduced to the publio which have rotted the cloth, or failed In . L - J ; 1 Lni.Bw fk inlr'.liMlO .., I D'.U, IIIH LII U II " - M'.vn - " - " . lenoeof tbis article, they confidently proclaim it as being adapted to meet a demand which has long ex ia'ed, and which baa heretofore remained unaup- plied. ,. ' :. : : i: , - I MAMCPACTFRSD BT . ',)! I 1IOWK Sc UTEVENS, i tOO llreadwajt, Boatora. , . r ALSO. MANUrACTURERS OF FAMILY DYE , . . COLORS.. -M. if i For sale by Grocer and Dealer everywhere. : - oct-d3m ' ' '; : ! , 1 FOB Instantaneously Silver Plating ', ARTI0LgS OF .. , - j BRASS, COPPER, GERMAN SILVER, &C. . Restoring the plating where worn off; and for : Cleaning and Polishing ; SILVER AND BILVER PLATED, WARE. '; - This most nsi'ful invention of the aae is a prep aration of pure tilvor, and contains no mercurv, acid, or esper aubstanoe injurious to metals or tbe hande. Itua oomplete eleotro-plating battery in a bottle. Price 60 cents per bottle.. For sale by DrugaUts and Variety Stores. IIOWi: & HfEVETS ' MANUFACTURERS,. ocl-d3in .BOSTON,. MASS. 1866. AUTUMN. 1866. 33 cJ SOiyv NOS. 23 ito 29 SOUTH HIGH STREET, are sow offering in groat varietv and at moder ate prices, French Meriuoes, Empress Cloths, Woo Delaines, Flaid Poplins, Black Dress Silks, Faney Drass Silks. Alexamdre's Kid Gloves, Shawls, Cloaks,Hoairy, Ladies and Miasaa'BalmoralSkirU, Hoop ,kirtsand Corsets, Dress Trimmings and Hut tons, Housekeeping Goods, Lace and Damask Cur tains, Sheetings, Blankets, Linens, Superior White and Colored Flannels, Casimrea, Broad Cloth. Velvets, Ladies' Cloths, Repellent C oths, Gentle men's Imperial Shirts, Cotton Flannels. Ginghams, Caliooes.Tiokinga, Muslins, Toweiings, eto , etc, all at lowest prioes. , i . n . sepM , FANCY, PLAIDANONTHIPEDFsVAlf nela, for Ladies nd Misses' Morning Robes, at i'ilty oents par yard, muoh under value. , . BAIN SON. ! sepM " " ' Noe. tt tot South Hiirh afreet.'' ELEGANT OLIINV L.ACES, n cvl. larg. Sleeves, -handkerchiefs; Barb Laoes, In serdngs. Medallions, FMsing., etc. Also, a frraa stock of Embroidered Cambric Edging and Trim mings, Thread Lace, Veils and Collars. ' . i .L, BAIN A SON, ... sepM ' , "' Ho. JJto23outh High street WINTER UN DEBOARiriENTs-JrUaa es' Merino Vests and Drawers, Boy' Merino Vests and Drawers. Ladies' Merino Vests and Draw ers, Lkdies'-SJIM Vena and Drawers, Gentlemen's White Merino Under Garments, Gentlemen's Scar let Merino Undor Garments, GenUomep's Shetland UnderGarments. Oentlemen'a Cotton Flannel Un der Garments. Gentlemen's Double Breasted Me rino Vesta, Gentlemen's irancy Flannel ShirU.Gon Ueinen's Game Merino Vests. "' r BAIN A SON, a :''spta - " WnS.Mtooa South High street. MOCHNINU DrlESt GOOUM-HI.Af K Alpacas, Bombasines. Wool Delaines, Empress Clo'hs, French Merinos, Barathea Cloths, Corded Poplins and Second Mourning Dress Goods ia great variety, as very low prioe. . ,, , V BAIN A RON, ep3 No. S tn it South High street.' VAHD WIDE BLEACHED CAMTO.t A. F'laanol: .. . . ' ' white Shaker Flannels two and one-half yard wide: . "I , i , White Moreea for Ladies' SkirUi . , ; BalaoralkirUa,.,, VJ,., sepM , Kofl'Sak South High street. LOTS a FOR1 GALE. r jLM OrFEBTNG FOB SALE Oft EASY i "Z? , f0? C i1"1 wnio. 1 J"" sab divided into lots of from. ; ilPour to '.Seven? Acres, Each, Srtaato od ths Wbrthlmttnn Pika, M rartati of a mile lrom the Corporation of Columbu, and extend ing east aoroe tbe Railroad, aad situate on both sides of a road wbioh extends from the Worthinatoa PiketothaWastervUiaPika. .,, . ., . , - , , AW Refer to U. U. UOAUNS, Eaej. . . i aaaUrdU.w 1 ..j , . , ,.W. U McMILUN.