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SPECIALfftOTlCES. TJBtiE GBAT ENGLISH REMEDY. t-BOTEOTBD T BOTal LIITMS FATBNT.'' SIR JAMES CLAIIKK'S CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS tfoartdrompr,taHpUoifilirJ. Ctrke,M.Dt t . J'AyeiciaH JCiiiiraordinury to the Quern., j , Thin invaluable rosdiclns li unfailing Iq the earl i ef all those painful and dangerous diseases to-wnion the fsmeleeenstitution i subject. It morierntesar) xessies and removal all obstructions, from whatevi r cause.. A speed eer may b relied on. H'lKI iTO niHHIED (.AD1EM Trf tt ti VartUalarlr aultaA. It will, in a short tint, ring en th monthly period wit regularity. .." cj!kxrvxctt. ' j TO H s' Id notbf token by female drtnl , the JJXkT TtlKKK JiOXTUS ( Pregnancy, at ,'," ' ' ce A'firratf, at any t otter Hthetkey ore eare, ' , In all hum of liarvnni and Bplnaf Affectlonr, J ains lo tbe back and Limbs, Fatigue on alight ex ertlon, 1'ilpiution of tbe Ilea t, Hysterics, and W bit., these fills will elleot a cure when all oihef in tana hare failed; and although a powerful remedy do not contain Iron, calomel, antimony, or anything ifcurtful to th Constitution. .-.- ..-..I 7 .-u"u direetlonain the pamphlet around each pack! ras,wbichsbofcldboerefullypreserved. i ',J3qM bt ;Lfc Dbi'ooiJt. PICI, Cxi Dolla pi a Bottlb. , , j SPECIAL NOTICE. It i tke all of etery valuable Jfediein fob i CoryTKBCBlTKl). Be eauUovl. thtrenri, and H teityat taeletUrfl. & M arellovninthebottlei and that eachvrar per beare IherkO Himi.Kn othi 'ignaUtrte o . C. BLbh"M t CO., and JOB kTi Ors m-j. i..:i..n.i . ' j.. .T l vfj , iTHAm vnKft. wnwKre f4nmw( i with fclcutteu oenii for postage: authfariiert Aaent. at t6 the Mala Ineloeed U any General Aaant for th Ilntl.! HibIm and HrliinK Douiiuione, I JOBjMOSES. if Oorttahdt tret,, Nw Tork. will ln.ur a kottle, eontai. Ing Fifty filla, by re tarn, mail, aeourely aealod from all observation. I eplt-daweowly-oolS j 1 .IF'-llUAI.TII-4XltKrj'l li. : 0 : EJFE-IIKAI.TII-8TnErGTII. , n, ., mljwm4 hi rjaaaamji a.aa 1 '.''?. u-,''., DE. JOAN DELAMARRE'8 i-' l I .-SPECIFIC PILtiS ! i' Are (trepareif' by tbe Meaaieura Oaraneier A Dn ) pent, l'harmaeeutian, o VII Hue Lombard, t'aria. i from the Freoription of Dr. Juan Delamarre, thief I rbiiieiavtothalloapitaldu Mord on Lariboieere. i7! .! XETTEE (Jf RECOMMENDATION. v " ' ; pABig. Maj 6th, 183.' Gkktliiiim. We bare uatd the '8FECiric .Film" aiade from- Joo tot Delamerre'a Fre aeriptioa, daring gereral yeaia pant, in our JriTate and publio praotice, and have lound bem a' moat energeto and i effioient Kem 'dytneaaeaof Rperraatnrrhra nr Seminal Weak-' -eaa; Niahtly, Daily, or Prftiuitvr KmMioni; Hex 1 I B.l Wea nee, or Inpotmey; rtpwjial Derangeinenta of tbe Nerroua Kyatauii W t-aknaarea ariaine from i neorettlatiiw and nexual r xreaaca; AeUiaxiti the GepiUl Organa: AiakSpina; Afleotiunac Eyee: ''Lime" r "Krirk Duat" Depneits i Urine: f Milky" l)iacharge: Falenota of the neorettlabiw and nexual r xreaca; AXumilivn ol ol the in tbe with Htfnkan rhukaan.l Ulnv4i I In.. "P;n.k.l' Veaturea; lrrerular Aotion of the Jleatt, and in all gheghaatly train ol Syroptomi ariaing from Over ae, Abuaei, or Lou from any cauaa. of ibe ft'erroua . Foraa. We earnestly adviie the VrnfeMton. and all pnr .jrna ufferiLf from any Simptomntie or' Organic &ftciiont of ihaUlNiTO-UHTNiHTHvarKKs, toue tbeae filla. W ilh high r. ptot, we are j vura moat ginaaraly, . ... .,.,' ii. D. tiUJARUlN, M.b. JKAN DELEIKlHRE.M.n. ' TOiiAKCillAlcroNTo.s;4Rue Lombard: Faria, .' "tforyandurfoiaOrfuratlon; Gri'i.Anm Utitt, or abaterar tenda lo impair the Vital Action f Ibe Brain, Mtart,or A'trtom fiyttm Irxonnntiy lead to the iuet IMitrttting u,A Umbnrrawing Ilia rdera of the Vimi.a'TTm. btudmt; dergy fim aud Lavym, therefore, who are eapeo.ally li bl!otbtae n akr eficr,houldreaort promptly to ir.DKLaMAKRt'a tPCIMO I'lLlg. a A J'auirlilet. containing "ull pr lcnlnra, with l)i trrctiqnaaud Advicf, printed in French, German. Dpanith and Enclitb. accompaniea each bt-x. ana will be ami, by mailt lree ol eott, to auy whe-will Prlca p'r Box, r Six Boxes for tsi "'1 Hold by all tbe prircitwl Dri'geiit. or will be ;fent by mail,amrWy lenUdJrom all otittrvatlom. an receipt oi the awe ificd pnoe by any autboriaed agent, or by th-aole General Agenta lor America, C8CAR 0. ilOSrS C0.,i7 Cortlandt nreet. jVew 1 ork. Author ired Agahtafor Colunihua ana j.jleinlty. tt. t. HAMUkL 4 CO.. O. hOHKHl'S A , CO.. and all Dealera in Uedioiuea. AH orders by , nail promptly attended to, ,,.. :,,eplfl dAweowly ,;, , , .V, REDUCTION IN PRICE AMERICAN; WATCHES,i "J&yte :i at ;, , WALTHAM, ,'- MASS. In our faeilitieg for n enufac(urirg we bare reduced Lear prirea to aa low a point as they can be placed , Willi Cold at Fur, ' o that io one Deed hesitate to buy awatoh now from ' the expectation tbatitwill beebeaper at some future -time.' The test of ten years and the manufacture "andsaleof ' ' ' ' w ' more) ba 200,000 Wiacta ! 'haTegiTenoAiitTcductiona the very hfgheet rank among time-keepers..' Commencing with tbe deter min,tion to make only thoinugbly excellent watebeg oar ljusinaaa has steadily increased as the publio be came acquainted with their value, until for months . together, we bare beeonnable to supply tbe demand. W e have repeatedly enlaiged our factory buildingi f wntll tbey nbw eorer over three acres of ground, and ' give accommodation to more tbah eight hundred workmen. - ' i i Wears fully justified in stating that we now make C MOKE-: THAN ONE-HALF,. OF ALL THK WATCHES HOLD IN THE UNITED .STATES), be different gradea are distinguished by thofollow log trade marks engraved on the plata: , . l.'Ameriean Watch Co.,,,Waltham,ilais." " ; I. feApplotcn,Traoy A Co.," Walthatn, llaas. rp., ,"F. S. Bartlett," Waltham, llau. "Wni, Ellery." , ; . OUR LADlkS' WATCH of first quality 1 named Apple ton, Xraoy A Co.,"' Waltham Wees.-- : . C vOur next quality of Ladles' Watch la named T.F. S. toartlelt,'? Haltham, klaes. Tbeae ' watchet are furnished in a gnat variety of sixes and style of cases. I tj J "rte; AniOrlean W atch Co., of M'althain" fiats' anthoriie as to state that without distinction of trad 5, marks or price, ' ' ? .v . 1 " ALL THE FROPUCTS OF THEIR FACTOR? ARE FULLY WARRANTED,. I , h the test time-keeper of their elaaa ever mad la thla er any other ooantry. Huyrs should remem ber that anlike the guarantee of a foreign make wbooaa never be reached, this gnaranteoig good at oiltlsaat against tbe Company r4be!r agents, and that if after the most then ugh trial, any "watch ghould prove elective In any partieular, it may al V nay baexohangedfor Another.' A the American , Watehea made at Waltham, kre for aa e by dealer r - II 11 I. ... . . t. . J ;L iHiuuiiuniaiaDut tuimuHur. wa nu nut Minnix orders for single welches. - t ''f 'CADT10N .-The public are cautioned tobbyonly 'of reepeetable dealers. All person eelling oounter- feiU will be prosecuted " . i i ... . j ... , HoMUIfJSA; APf sVETON, :"tiG?RTa FOR IDE AMERICAN W ATCH CO. . . ,o;i. u. s Ureadwav.Newlork; I , epl2S-dAw-p . .-' . ; ALLCOCKH POHOfjaPJLATEHS, ' I JEST STKENGl'HENINO FLASTEB IN THE ..:.-, : - V .- WORLD., .. , j nj.iLcpcjfb rosova tustxus nf . ' ov pain iff calling forth th acrid Aumtfrs tyrom partt internal to (As ttin and geiwrat eftW ' liton-thm',' to many caas, poHUvtly taporatin AM disease, . : . J AMES LULL, M. D, j There is nothing equal, in Ibe way of a piaster, to 'the l'orouj Plaster of Mr. ALLCOCK, Everything i pleasant about them. Tbey are the piaster of tha day, and a fit type of our present advancement ia t ablatio and art. 14 Asthma, Cough, Kidney Affec tions. Gout, Rheumatism, and local deep-seated y ains, tbey Afford permanent relief; . ' ' ,i. , ,., ,.. .. . . .. j, f, Johnson, it. Dr, . . . . . .. 00 "TopUal lUmedies." j . From a personal knowledge of these p aster,' w an state that they are deoidedly preferable to any other Ja se. Wherever relief Is to be obtained by ' theuaeof a jlaster, we shouldreoommood thenai. : AjLNGKAUAil.M. DEditot.Jl.w XorkJlmtor. Agency, Brandreth House, New York-' - j Bold by allDrnggUU. '" ' 1 1 ,r-etw-dAwim-r " -tit X'toiv. .'Wr I " MAUxHAUJE AND CfcXlHACltt aa Eg. gay of W aroiug and lustruotion for Voung Alen.- . Also, bieeasee and Abuses whioh prostrate the vi , Ui poeis. with sure ueana at relief. Sent fre ol elaige In naled letter envelopes, Addrena, Dr. . J.bhlLLIN bOlvt-iliONLiiowar Aeeooiation, ybiladelpUa, Fa, .. un'tial J AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. OPERA HOUSE. J. T. RAYMOND. .Lasam A Jl akaokh J Third night of the great tragioaotreas,'' . - ' MISS MATILDA HERON! j Who will appear in her famous impersonation of BIANPA TUT! ITALIAN nBlilKt 'I ' I WEDNESDAY evening, Ootober list, " ' " "' Will be preaented ' , . .- FAZIO, THE ITALIAN BRIDE.'--' ' Blanoa...:. ..MISS MATILDA nERON. io i .. (. Mr. T. Hamilton. ., To aonolude wl'h ' , ' THE PERSECUTED DUTCHMAN. FatuHay afternoon, GRAND MATINKE. Miss M,Atl,i.,iVr.,n PPrii for positively tbe last timq aa CAMILLt)'. .1 In rehearial MEDEA. - I , , f Admlraion EO cli; Rorerved seats 75 ets; Boxes Gnllerr J6 eta. Seats nan ha annnrari I.hn K-li..r'. Muaio Rooma. SPECIAL NOTICES. SECRET DISEASES ! j JArtAKITAN'S OIFT! ' :'' j SAlTlAnirAIX'N C3IFT! THE MOST CERTAIN REMEDY EVER USE . 1 ' "-, "Yes, A Positive Cure.", FOh 0 OKQRRII OiA , tILKSl STBlOTVIiSS.AC. Contains no Mineral, nollalaam.no Mercury; ; Only Jrfi J i(J$ to 14 taken, to effect a Cur , ! .they are entirely vegetable, having no small nor an? unileaant taate, and will not in anvwayin-! or the atomaohor bowelr of tbe moat delicate. I t'urea infroin two to four uays, and repent oases : n twenty-four hours." . NO UrOBl'kX, KOTKOt BLl.NOtfnANOgWHATgVgB j Lei those who bare despaired of get ting cured, or who have been gorged with Balsam Copabia, or Mercury, try THE SAMARITAN'S GIFT Sent by mail in a plain envelop. Price, Mai lokages, $J.OO, Female $3.00. , . J . ., pao Sairaiitaij'p Boot 'end Herb Jnices: r The great Wood Purifier and remedr for Scrofula, I'lcpra, Korea, Snota, Tetter. ' mainf uvii.) pmui or venerea I IJiseaeea, Ac, FOR KYPH1LIS OR VENFRKAI. DIME A RES THE KAMARITAN'X ROOTAND HERB , JUICES .. then (St potent, certain and effectual remedy ere araarribed it reaohea and erartinntM nrv nafflnU ol the venereal poison, so that the cure is thorough . and permanent. Take, then, this purifing remedy ; nuu us uraicu, auu ao not iranamu io your posterity that for which y may repent inafteryeara, . , Price gl 26 per tttle. . Patient, take notice I Tho Ingredients are known to the pbiaiciana who naa them, aa nu will hr ttie following s Poet HonrtTAL.FoHT Mabbbaix, I .,, Haltimobb. Md .Feb. 30, 1804.) . I have great aatiafaot ion instating that 1 have aaed ' 7Aa&trt7at's Jlemedie' for Venereal Dis ease in its roost ouatou-ary forma; that 1 hav uaed them with judgment, duwretion, and properly, and have found them reapond to my anticipations promptly and etTeotually. Knowing their compoai tion, 1 havetbrfulleatconficence in tbeir efficacy and aa far as my us of tbem extends, 1 recommend them strongly. .... "ALFRED C. BOWERS . ."Assistant Surgeon 6th New Vork Vols." Sold by U. U0UERT8,and hy Druggia. '' . lIOINs at CO., Proprietors, 916 Race street, Philadelphia OCt31'66-ly-MWAS ' LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS! THE GEEAT FEMALE REMEDY FOR IRREGULARITIES. These Drops area scientifically compounded fluid prepaiation, and better than any Pills, Powders or Nostrums. Beiag liquid, their action ia direct and positive, rendering thejn a reliab.e, speedy and cer-. tain apeciflo for tbe cure of all obstructions and sup pression's of nature. Their popularity is Indicated' by the fact that over loo.GOO.bottles are annually sold ; and consumed by the ladies of tba United States,! every one of whom speak in the atrongeat terms of praise of their great merits.. They are rapidly tak-' Ing tbe place of ever other, female Remedy, and are considered by all. who know anght of tbem, as the surest, safestand mort infallible preparation io the world, for the cure of all fomale compilings, the removal of all obstructions of nature, and tbe pro-; motion of health, regularity and strength. -Explicit direction stating when they may be nsed, and ex-' p'ainlng when and' why they should not, nor could ot be osed withont producing effects contra ry to nature's ohosen laws, will be found carefully' folded around each bottle, with the written signa ture of John L. Lton, without which non are gen uine. ' - r . Prepared hy Dr. JOHN L. LYON, 196 Chap ' street. New Haven, Conn,, who ean be consulted either personally or by mail (inclosing stamp), con cerning all private dlreasea and female weaknesses, i Sold by Drutgists every where.' . i .. - ' C. G. CLARK A CO.. f ... General- gents for U . ft. and Canada. sepM-dAwly , MARCHING ON! , 1 Constantly advancing In publio favor, throughout th United States, the British Colonies and Span ish America, and needing no .' I Flourish, of Trumpets ! to proclaim its success, that standard article, ! CHRISTADORO'S HAIR DYE, is now far head of any preparatioa of Its class. . People of Fashion, at length thoroughly understand tbe terrible oonaequeccet entailed by th use of metalic and caustic preparations, and admit the su periority of this famous vegetable Dye. Manufao-' tutedby J. CHRLsTAHORO. 6 Aator Houae.New; York.: Sold I yaU Druggist.: Applied by all Hair, Dresser. ' octaa-diwlm-r , ... BANKING HOUSE or JAY COOKE & CO.' Corner Wall A NaaeauDt., New York. In oonneotion with oar houses in Philadelphia and Washington, we have opened a NEW VORK HOUSE at above location and offer our services tot Banks, Bankers, and Investor for th transaction of , beir business in this city, including purchases and I sales of Government Securities, Stocib, Bonds and Gold. We are constantly represented at the! Stock Exchange and Gold Board, when orders' sent us are promptly filled. Wekeep on handafullsupplfj UOVBBNMEXT SECUIUTIE8 OP ALL ISSUES, I baying and selling at ourrent prices, and allowing! correspondents th most liberal rates th market! fiord : t , - i JAY d)OKE AV CO. ma 8-ly Aw s ...... ; MonaefaoldNeceaaltv- Exiata for the Diinnons caxahrii .. siji;ff, j WbloV, in the first stage of a cold, acts like magiaj Headaoho, Hoarseness.Dlptheria, And BrbnobltisJ Sor Eyes, Doafoess, Had Taste and Small, being the result of Catarrh. This Snuff removes and pre vent all these, and Insures a healthy Head. It effeotsar pleasant and safe, ven for Infanta who tuner from Snuffles. It i ss the highest professional testimonials. Bold by all Druggists, or sent by Mail to all part of U. b. i or 30 eenta lor One Box. or tl for Fonr llo,. . . i Adores -, - - J AS.-1) U RN O, P. O. ox 185. , At' WholeealV. byDEMAS HAKAEs" CO.'- 1 Park Row, N York. . junes-lydiw. I f"V MANHOOD: ! ! LmJmS HowXobH HowEestoredl i J4t Publieked, im $eaid Mbtelop; J'rice toentt. ALECTl'RB bn the NATURAL TREATMENT,' and Radical Cur of Spennatorrhooa, or Seminal. Weakneea. Involuntary Emisaione, Sexual Debility,! and impedimenta to Alarriag generally; Nervous-1 ness. Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits: Mental and Ph j aical liioapaoitr. reenlting from Self-Abuse, Ac., hy Robt. J. CtiLvatiwBti, M. D., author of the. A Boon to Thousands; of Sul f erera." Sent under seal. In a plain envelop, to Anv ail. dress, post paid, on receipt of six oents, or two post age nempa, by CHARS. J, C, KLINE A CO., , IVf Bowery, New York PosUmioebex ,&8l AUoDr. Caheiwelle "Matriag Guide ' prlc oents, au"g-diwia Telegraphic. FROM PHILADELPHIA. Large Fenian Mass Meeting— Warlike Resolutions Adopted. riiiLADKiPiiiA, Oct. 30. At a muctlng of FunlHiiH of I'liiludflphlH, held nt Logaii tlilg evenlnjr, to txpresg their pntlmente on the conviction Hnd setitHtice of Col. Lynch and Rut. John McMalion, the following pream ble mid resolutions were ofl'eied by Janieg Gibbons, cluiirinun of the counnlttee, mid untiniinoiHly Adopted : - . ! - Whkukas, The conviction and sentnce f death paged on Co. li. Lynch and Rev. John MuMahoii, In a Canadian court, Is another evidence of the brutal and vimlict i.ivo spirit ot perfidious Britain and in keepln with that bloody code of laws, hag been inflicted by her usurpHttona oil the people of Ireland during the last seven hundred years; and , 1 Whkheas, Cniuf Justice Wilson, one of the representatives of British royalty on this continent, in passing sentences, read a lecture full of tliat rant and that hypocri sy peculiar to English philanthropy on the heinous crime of making war on a people who never did them any harm, while tbe Government he represents has been mak ing relentless, bloody and exterminating war on the p;ople of Ireland for genera tionsa neonle who never Inlured K,.ir- land, on the contrary educated her inno cent Kings when her people were burkd in txon DarDitri.sm ; ana . WHKRitAS. the learned Judre. while Ail ed with holy horror at the so-called crime ol (Jol. Lynch and others, forgot in Ids zeal the aid and comfort given by his Goret n nient to dissolve the Union and overthrow1 this Government. He forgot the depreda tions of the Alabama, the St. Alban's raid and other infamous machinations worthy of that mullgnant hate evinced by England since the formation of this Government ; and WnERiSAS, The Invasion of Ireland In the year 1169 by English Freebooters, whereby cities, villages and hamlets were committed to the flames and the inhabitants put to the gward or driven to caves or mountain fast nesses, was a crime committed against all low, human and severe, and every genera- lion oi our race since tnac melancholy event has protested against that Invasion with armg in their hands ; therefore, be It 1 Jtesolteii, That In view of tho foregoing facta the invasion of HritUh territory by tner email brotiiernood ot-the United states was a legitimate act of war on the part of an oppressed people : that the time to strike and where to strike is a question of policy, whether it be seizing the colonies of the oppreesor or sweeping her comnieacefrom the seas, it was cue asTtlon or this Uou given right to regain their long lost liberties and restore their ancient nationality, that nerved the arm of the Fenian soldier to strike to thedut the hated flag of England on Limestone Hit I go iiBcsolved. That we look on the trials, con viction and eenti nccs passed on Col. Lynch and others as a challenge to the Irishmen of America aud accept it In the spirit In tended, and we pledge our lives, liberty and sacred honor to meet the Issue as be comes a race that never accepted the Yoke of the Norman Robber. FROM WASHINGTON. Minister Campbell Departs for Mexico. New York, Oct. 30 The Times' Wash ington special says Col Campbell, United States Minister to Mexico, has lelt thatclty with credentials of the Juarez Govern ment, and with full instructions conform-' ing with the arrangeuie t already an nounced between the United States, France and the Republic of Mexico. Napoleon is to commence the withdrawal ol the French awav Irom Mexico next month, and It is probable the whole army will be with drawn by the 1st of January next. Of course Maximilian leaves also, uur uov ernment will extend to the Juarez Govern ment a protectorate, to be operative and ready in case of emergency. In 'order tm accomplish this a military officer of high rank will go with Colonel Campbell, and both General Sherman and General Han cock are spoken of in this connection. In consideration ot these friendly olllces. Mex ican territory will be ceded to the United States, which will give u the whole of Lower California, together with Sonoraand Chihuahua. ... j Gen. Grant Anxious to have Gen. Sherman Accept the Secretaryship. . The Herald's Washington special says: General Grant is anxious that Ueneral Sherman should assume the portfolio of Mr. Stanton, In order that lie mav have hearty co-operation of the vyar Olllce In the work of reorganizing the army. Gen eral Sherman, it Is reported, does not as pire to the position, and Gen. Grant hopes to have Gen. Steed man nominated lor the position. FROM CANADA. Excitement Among Military Organizations Over the Proposed Executions. tion. , Nkw York, Oct. 30 The ITcrald's Toronto special says: Great excitement exist among the military organizations who are strictly opposed to reprieving thd Fenian prisoners. The Queen's Own will circulate a petition denouncing those who show the white feather at tbe bidding of win. u. sewaru. The Herald's .Ottawa special says tbe tnreat oi vengeance Dy tne r emans snouiu Lynch be executed, Is creating great ex citement there. The volunteers at Ridge- way demand the death of the raiders, while others oppose it, believing war with the United States would lollow their execution. Dinner to Confederation Delegates. Hamilton, C. W, Oct. 30. A grand din ner was given to the English Confederation Delegates Jast night. Speeches were made) by lion. J.' A. McDonald, Hon. J.McDougal ana otners in tne interest or tne confeder ation. The speeches were remarkable fori the absence of any allusions to the Fenians and Secretary Seward's letter. The Fenian Prisoners at Cornwall. Cornwall, Oct. 30. The Assizes com menced yesterday. True bills of indictment were found against the prisoners here. Cornwall, C, W Oot. 30. Hon. J. n. Cameron, Crown counsel, applied for al writ of habeas corpus to take the three Fenians from here to Toronto to be tried with those now at Toronto. The Crown counsel also moved for sentence of outlawry against .Mike Murphy and other Fenians who escaped by breaking jail. The names of those s'ent to Toronto are Kris, Ilartwoll and Kelly. ' . ' ' Trouble Anticipated Between Upper and Lower Canada. New York, Oct. 30. The Herald's Mon treal special eays the Roman Catholic Irish, will not allow the priest McMahon to bo executed, and it is to be feared this will lead to serious trouble between Protestant Upper Canada and Catholic Lower Canada, The Attorney General West has been threatened with assassination If he allows the execution of the Fenians to take place, FROM CINCINNATI. Fenian Mass Meeting—Great Excitement Fenian Mass Meeting—Great Excitement —Four Companies Mustered Into Service. Cincinnati, Oct. 30. The Fenians of this city assembled in large numbers at their armory last evening. Great excitement was manifested over news from Torontcr- and Washington. Many of those who par ticipated in the Buffalo expedition were firesent. Head Center Fitzgerald mustered nto service four full companies of meni Arrangements were completed loruni(orip ing and arming as many aa may be mus tered here. ' FROM NEW YORK. Gen. Sheridan Ordered to Washington. i Nkw York, Oct. 30. The Herald's New Orleans special says : It Is reliably stated that General Sheridan has been ordered to report at Washington. It is understood that the order oris? mates from the present condition of our Mexican relations. j Utah Indians Surrender—The Body of Lieut. Rhodes Found. The Herald's special, dated FortGarland,i Cal Oct. 11th, says a band of Utah Indians have Surrendered to General tarson. t ' The Santa Fe Mexican says tht body of Lleut'Rhodes, whose mysterious disap pearance was noticed several weeks sinoe,. tins been found. It was found he had been! shot. ..,.,' I Lieut. Blaine Indicted for Murder and Piracy. Lieut. Blaine, who claims to have held a: commission In the ex-Confederate navv. and who seized the steamer Chesapeake. -during the late rebellion, has been indicted) by the grand jury for' murder and piracy' on the high seas. He will be tried at the next session of the U. 8. Circuit Court. Official Vote of Pennsylvania. IIarrmhurq. Pa, Oct. 30. A letter from: the Secretary of the Commonwealth makes' the following as the complete oillclal vote for Governor: Geary, 307,274; Clymcr, 2!X),- 090 Geary's majority, 19.178. "Beware of Geary." When the great General Geary, now Gov-' ernor-elect of Pennsylvania, wagon the. stump for himself, he was very fond of re-' latlng, among bis friends at least, the fol lowing thrilling narrative the like of which, as calculated to make one's hairj stand on end, Is not to be found even In the; pages of "The Bold Buccaneer, or the' Bloody Black Brlgot Bermuda:" ' 'Stonewall Jackson, while Ij ing upon his improvised cot, suffering from wounds of which' he was conscious lie must soon die, sent for General Longstreet to come to him at once, as He had something special to say to him. The General shortly appeared. The dying hero, almost in the agonies of aeatn, raisea tiimseii upou his elbow, and with a voice of deathly earnestness thus ad dressed the South Carolina General : Gen-i eral Longstreet, did you observe that tall, Imposing form to-day seated on a black horse In the thickest of the light, as we did battle V Quoth General Longstreet, 'I did, Indeed, my dear General.' 'That man so . valiant was General Geary I ' exclaimed Stonewall. 'Mark me, beware of him ! avoid hlin I beware of his troops 1 Meet him not when you can shun him, for he is Irresisti ble 1' Longstreet arose to depart, but as he reached the door 'Stonewall' called to him again, ' Longstreet, beware of Geary I' a id fell back dead upon his couch! With this dying Injunction to his comrade, the hero of the Shenandoah expired." It may not be wonderful that Stonewall Jackson was thus fairly frightened to death. but It p astounding that .Longstreet, alter hearing (for the first time) of this terrible' fellow, should remain a moment on the Held. 'Beware ot Geary!" The whole Demo cratic press uttered this warning during the lato campaign ; but, alas! it was un heeded, and this military Bob Acres, Who kills his "man a week," and who thinks he was the hero of tho last words and warn-. ing ot Stonewall Jackson, is likely to be the Invincible commander-in-chief .of the unterrilied Pennsylvania militia in the threatened Radical civil war. New York World. Yankee Dominion. The Louisville Courier truthfully and pointedly remarks that "the late elections have demonstrated very conclusively that the agricultural States are not yet weary of the scrvitudo which New .England has, imposed upon them They are still willing to be hewers of wood and drawers of water, for the purse-proud and arrogant nianufac-i turing princes of the Eastern States. They have not yet opened their eyes to the fact that the manufacturing nabobs are the sole b,oneflclaries of the blind aud ruinous poli-l cr which they arc so deluded as to sustain.' Iheydonot understand that they are but; poor potter's clay in the hands of these shrewd and selfish Yankee politicians, and ' are molded as suits their purposes withont regard to either national or sectional In-1 te rests. Tliey will find this out in time,, and then there will be a tenible accounta-i bility to be rendered by Western politicians to the people w hom they have deceived and whose interests they have betrayed lor the. benetit of the manufacturingsysteinof the : i.1 CW .EillgltlllU OLUUJS. ) i nere is train tn every woraoi rne aoove paragraph, and "Western politicians" will yet see the prediction it contains fulfilled to the letter and to their own cost. . . A Railway in the Alps. Dr. Prime, of the New York Observer. In a recent letter from the Continent, gives an account of a railway up the Alps, to con vey ice down to the European continental cities. "Thus," says he, "the rail has made the everlasting frozen glaciers and cata racts articles of merchandise. As the quarries in the mountains are worked by the art and spirit of man, so the icebergs that here grow irom age to age, and scarce- j ly seem to melt at all, are cut Into blocks and transported by rail to Paris. The gla- , cler of Grindelwald Is drank In' brandy punches at the Grand Hotel and the Louvre. To get the ice, these mighty frozen seas are excavated in galleries, chambers, and mag nificent saloons. .. The depths of snow on the ' stir race exclude the sunbeams, but calcium ' lights shed a brilliant lustre reflected as from a thousand mirrors of glass, and in small apartments fitted up for the purpose, the furniture of a well appointed parlor; invite to cold but not inhospitable repose.' i i i - ' Bloomer Costume. A matter of notice to persons in the vi cinity of the yard gates of some of our manufacturing companies when the opera tives are going to, or returning from their , work, is the number of female operatives' who have donned the short dress and trow sera, considerably in voguo years ago. So popular has the costume become among "mill girls," while about their work, that' tt is believed the adherents of u Bloomer- ! ism," in this regard, are now numbered by j hundreds in this city, The operatives pre-: sent, as a reason for the change, that the : newly adopted dress is more comfortable! while at their work than the old style. Lowell News. ...... . , Heavy Damages. In a sultireoently tried in the Snyder county court, in which Solomon Books was' plaintiff, and the Pennsylvania Railroad: Company defendants, tho jury returned a verdict In favor of the plaintiff In the sum f $13,000. Tho suit was brought to re-! cover aamages tor injuries sustained oy plaintiff in an accident that occurred on i the road some time sinco. . Tavern Propexty, for Sale.: THE WELL KNOWN VIRGINIA llO.j TKIi, in th town of Kirkersville. One of the best stands on the old National road. Apply on to '. premises, o, to C. W. NISWANDER. 121 Sooth IUgh street, Columbua,Omo ootO-ddwlm SMITH & COiUAD,i '.' . j' :-VHOUSAU MAXBM IN ' . " ' I Hats, Caps & Furc. HO; 2 GVYTNNE BLOCK, EAST TOWN ST.; ' Next Door to Kelton, Bancroft A Co., I ooias-dlm COLVMSVS, OBIO. ' PASTURE TO LET. -' ,..! . - I ! T tlAVEr FIFTY: ACHES OF GOOD A Timothy Pasture to rant at Lithopotis, Obio.l I miles South of Columbus. There is in said pasture lot 8 acres of a splendid sugar-tree grove, and a never failing atream of water. : iur partieular inquire of . ,', I rr r,Co1' Sl.MONTO!,. . , I - i ' Elk lloin flow lathopolia, Ohio, i BUyg-dtf-B COMMERCIAL MATTERS. Weekly Review of Columbus Market. STATESMAN OFFICE, TUESDAY EVENING, Oct. 30. RETAIL MARKET. Wheat, Red.,. 3 4flO) fiOTImflthvSeed.biuh.fi 00 Oataperbuahel-, wnite..u wmo uo suvnienuaar vvo .300'Molaaaeapergaltl in go ,60o Syrup per gal 1 K1 W UornperDusnei,,... flutter per a Lard oar A &V: Tea car a i(MJ4o iOc llio Coffee per &3o Tallow par a. Dried App!ea..,.. Kkn Java " " - 48o ti oo kioeper a ,...lfio .40 Brooma per doit 8 SO g 74 .' 3 60 liny per ton 1 00 , ... 80 Sap, box, per a . .' lt&16s ...Sftil Flour per bl.gia 00i:i AO .tt 00 " white 1 00 .! 00 Rye 11 Og ..18c Candles. tallow ......IAc Dried re:u:llb; White Ileum Potatoes Salt ill sacks Haltper bbl.... Ueef oer owt Hhiiulders a lb. Hull Corn per b hi.. .134 00 Candles, opal 30c Wood per Cord, 4 00.i... I(!heene, per a .5'2c MaokerT No.l.X bl ....tn Whisky per gal i:0 1.X bbl. 15 76 Raains, MR.bx 415SI " " I.kit..IMi4' " layers..... 5) WbiteFlsh X bbl. ..(8 761 ,'" Sultan p n Cod Fish per anew. Uo Fig! per h 'o lerringper bbl tl'i 00 Prunes per a Eggs per doi ,....3Go,Vool Twine. ...tmv Corn ileal per bus... $1 20 S. C. llama per a. .-I Dried lieet. a-c riain llama w N.0.8uirarpnralf!HlHc!lriedPears ...'..Uo Rnnkwheiit KloiirDerlb.O'ltaira Se Cranberrios,prbrl..fX2 00 lpl Syrup I'JOO WHOLESALE MARKET. Flopr Srarr.s. Halea at li Ml to 18 00 for red. an1 gU 00(3114 00 for whits. Whbat Scarce and firm. No. 1 Red Weat'ra tSSO; No. 8 do:i25; o. 1 Milwaukee Club tl 25; No. 2 Ho AiOO. i . Cohn Active at 70o for old, and SOo for new,, uats soiling at aso. Rt Siiles at 75c. ' . HAT-KaleaattlO 00913 00. Bbamr Sules at 12 oo. ' Salt Rules at tl SO.delive'ed, per bbl and firm. Fish White rule at 18 oo20 OOper bbl. BAklbt Nominal. Mo sales. . Bkoom Cokn HI 00. .... Flax Skid Halea at tl 23(312 60 per bunb. , Timothy HEKDtS 76 HitcKwiigAT Flour Nominal. PlO lKON-11. H. Ko.l.A5:)55; No.S 62'5S00,C B none in market. New York Money Market—Oct. 30. MON'KY -Easy and steady at 4$6 per eont. STERMNU tXCilA.NUE-Qmct and firm at loett'siioo;. - UOoD Without decided change; opening at lfi. advancing to 140'.. deolining t 146a', and clewing af I4BW. titJVi'.it.Mii'.iM Biuujv.9 yuiot ana witnout deciilcd alteration. FRElUlliB To Liverpool, quiet at 4ic for grain. New York Stock Market—Oct. 30. STOCKS-Uetter. Rook Mand llOHr Fort Wayne 10X; Alton A Terre Haute 48: Norihwest erntSH; do preferred 70H; Cleveland A lJittt.ureh lilineis Central 126; Michigan Southern Wi1,; Michigan Central 1I4X; New Vork Central 1I8; Kri84i: Huda.in 129 Western Union Talegrknn 63; UlnoA Mississippi Certificates 33i; 7 Ms, 2d series, lusio 40i, eoupnns, loo. , New York Market—Oct. 30. COTTON Very firm at 30c for middling uplands. FLOUR Opend ashtde firmer, buteioied very firm at yesteniay'a qooiationa. 10 lUaill 85 for extra ,Stato;tl2 0013 26 or extra ruuoduoop Ohio, and tl 30.4)14 70 for trade brands. ' . WHISKY Quiet anil firm in bondat41o. WI1KAT Ruceipts 100,311 busbe a. Market act Ivo, excited and 6 i 7o' higher; sales 398,000 bushels at t2 872 47 for No. 3 and No. 4 Cliicaao apriug and MilwauKee; $3 30 for new white Michigan. RYK Quiet and vory firm; old western tl 35, i BAhLfcY Receipts 74.1-JU buahela lW2c better, but leas active: tl 17(41 20 fur we.nesn; tl 30f.ir twe niweil State; tl 35 furtour-rnweP do; tl 1&A1 10 foe Canada Western in hond: tlti lor very cooite doto arrive, and tl 3Hdil 40 for Canada West free. i rlAKI.b i M ALT r I'm. COKN Receipts 31,627 bushels. Market active, excited and Sloo higher; tl 2Hgl 30 for inferior: $1 30 ail 35 fur shipping mixed western in sioro and all . at; 1:US1 36 for western yellow, aud tl 30 for whiie western, OATrf-34o better; 70376 for Chicago A Mil waukee. COFFEE Quiet. Pr.TKOLEU.M-Dull at22e for erude, and 36X9 37o for rofiued in bund. POKK-L'ss active: t.lt 511334 7S. oath, and t3l 15 4V3 0. retular. for new mess, closing at testis. oaah;t32 00 for old mess, and 27 2.ri27 50 for prime. aiio7du oris new m.i at ;u vjxwm vn, .sellers' option, for Doceiubcr and January delivery, and $29 00 4 29 25, sellers' option, fur November de livery. HKEF Steady at about previous prices. HEEK HAMS Quiet at 4'K45o. BACON Inactive; Cumberland oat on private terms. CJIT MEATS Heavy and lower; 149140 for shoulders, and lOilHo lor bains. . DRESSED HOUS-Uull at 12912,'io for west ern. LAftn-HeavvatHSNIe. " iiUT lTR Dull at tios)33o for Ohio; S544o for State, and 6(l55o furOniiige caunty paus, CHEESE Dull at 8ail7o. Cleveland Market. FLOUR We qoote: XX spring f 15 00312 60; XX red winter $13 00,3)13 60; XXX white winter 115 00 01550. . Wli EAT Sales lear extra srrlng at tl8; lear No. 1 spring at $2 45. CORN .ales 1 car No. 1 from store at tl 02; lear do do at tl 04; 1000 bush do do at $105;ii000 bu afloat at tl 02. . . OATS-SalelcarNo. 1 at 48c ontraok, RYE No. 1 beld at tl 25. BARLEY' Prtcea nominal. PORK Sales No. 1 oily-packed mess at $33: No, S do at $32; clear $ MS- - - LAUD Sales 2600 lbs oily-rendered at 17ho In tierces; 17o in firkins. , BEEF Sales No. 1 City packed M6ss at $18. . DRIED BEkF Declined to 22c, with a mederat demand. ' . BUTTER Sals 40 package prime' Western Reserve at 33c. CHEESE Quietand steady at 10317c. the outside price for choice factory in a small way. i- OtJS Scare at 28830o. HIOHWINES-Eirmat $3 37. ALCOHOL AM) SPIRITS-Alcohol, W per cent., $4 74 44 79; Coli gue Spirits, 98 per cent., $4H44 89; Neutral Proaf Spirits $2 67(32 S3. , PETROLEUM Tho market continues insotive, and prices ar nominal at 31iS32o for .bonded on spot; free 51(S52o. 1 - . OltOCERlES The market oontinne steady and firm, and we can ropoitno change in pricea. Th demand for staple goods is fair, and trade ia modi rat- ly sn-ivo GREEN APPLES Sales of ohoic winter fruit St tl 7583 0(1. , DRIED APPLES-Sales 40 brla at IOKo, and pay for packages. ' . - ' DR1K li PEACUES-Peeled held at 33c; impeded halvp. 21n nnnAelnit nuarters 19o. CIDER In demand at $5 per barrel, packages Included. . i BEANS Prime white held at $1 5031 76 per bn sales 2 bush common at $1 30. te'l'lMOlHY SEED -Held at $3 00 AS 23 per bushel. - i CLOVER SEED Held st $S3S 35 perbushaL. i LAKE FISH-No. 1 WhiteUsh $7 30. WHll'E LIME-(iood demand. Held at $1 IS per barrel (or Fremont and oit. j 1 WATER LIME Fair demand and firm. Held at t2 0O per brl for Akron and Oswego. SALT Fine $2 45; coarse $2 60. New York Wool Market. The sales of the week tnolude about 430 MO lbs Fleece, ranging at 4,r(B6 very little at either ex treme including 160,000 lbs Ohio, Virginia and New Vork State, to a large Eastern mill, on private 65,000 Iba. Pulled at 4IK$45o for Lambs; 60t) Economist, 27th. Mrs. S. B. Chase.' Mrs. K. E. Jones. NO. 2 OPERA HOUSE. TTAVINO FORMED A PARTNER, O. ship for the purpose qf establishing an Empo rium inr.vniiareo a i lain ana ranoy uiotbing, we would rafpecttully a ilicit the patronage of the La dies of Columbusand vicinity. A large variety of Stamped Yokes just received, whioh will be sold as low aa any in the oity. ' Stamping for Braiding and Embroidery, latest stvles of imported patterns, will receive prompt at: tention. The department for th manufacture of Orna mental 11 air Jewelry, Curls, Braids, Puffs, Switches, and all other articles required to oompleteaa fashion able style of Hair Dressing, having been largely in creased, we are now prepared to 1111 all orders with oare and promptness. , Ladies and gentlemen desiring any article of Jew elry, will please call and examine our Hook of Pat terns, comprising the latest styles of Chains, Brass lots, Rings, Charms, Ao. 1 oo!22-dtf-r , . U EVE T T- & C O., I'.i (SUOCBS80BS 10 SATIS A CO.) ' .. . j , . manufacturers of ' " ' STOCK, CUE VU AND BOTTLED ALES, NORTH BREWERY; 119 North Front , Street, COLUMBUS. OHIO, , Kioto miw uii uBiiu m suit oufl" vi dmwi mUU mUVW Alw, of the yer j best qualitj, nd ar eonsUDilf ninu!cturiDR, from tlio best materials, Stock, Cream and Bottled Ales, ; Which will bs sold as low as th same qualities oan be had in this region. , With unremitting attention to business and ad-1 termined effort to please evtry reasonable taste as to the quality and flavor of tbeir brewings, they hope for and aolieit th SDOouragsinsnt of th people of Columbus and surrounding country. ' ' ootas-diio-r L INHW liUODSl NEWGCOD i t, .'' JUST EEC'EIVEP AT ' I ; -:",',. ; -y.' ! Ml SOlJTn I1ICJII STUEET, , ... , .'Tsl i . u : KEW RETAIL'.CLOTnVNO HOUSE OPENED ?; i.T.- - t : BI'LENDIO GOODS I ELEGANT STYLES I i ( v i . . ;.! Hatched Beaver Suits, ' . , MaU'hcij li.ssiiuero Suits. "' ' ' ' Matohod Pants and Vests. A yanetyot Beaver and Cassimer , ,. t .. - - . . . -; . "' ' I OVER CO ATS. i. !ll EVERYTHING IN THE WAY OF GENTS' , FURNISHING GOODS. ' :-.'' .; ; : ., ' win :. ASSORTMENT HATS AlVD i OAF0 BOMETHINQ NEW AND K0VEL."'' A i Commencing Monday, October 15.' ;rni -va CO i All floods sold at prices that defy competition. Perfect aatislaetkm guaranteed. ' ' i Now Is the tiuie tli buy your Clothing and Furnjsh-; ing Uoods, and the place ' I t. SODTII lllCall STnEE'rf ! .:; . : . . - .."i " Call and examine our Goods and receive ex planation iu lull. All are invited. . . - t : .', 8TEBBINS. TOWNE A CO. I Retail Stor. 164 South High street; ' . ' ! Wholesale Store, No. 1 Uwynne Bhck. ' , ' octll COLVMBUS, onio. NEW FALL GOODS DAILY. W o call the attention of Gentlemen to the very at tractive stock of Goola wo are juet now receiving, sulccted from . .,' THIS FALL'S , IMPORTATIONS. Very Fine German Cassimeres, , , Unique, and new FatteniB. . , . ... , PLUSH VESTING, ' Quite new and vory "Nobby." ' ' ' , A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF REAL Canada and Irish Eiysians, For Suits, real Boston styles. . - - - I A GREAT VARIETY OF CASSIMERES OF EltEHCII, - EOL,isir, sr KCO I t il and ' I ' . T AMEniCAIt - Manufacture ; also, a full line of . ' ' , : BROADCLOTHS, SILK AIVD VELVET VESTi6,&C., Togother with "everything In (lie Draper line. ii? ' . , - . f . CLAEK & NIS WANDER, . r: no. lai south high srn ' 'NFff VORK CLOTHING STORE. Spr30-eodl.-sep31 Tavinr- O'Harra & Co., UNDERTAKERS, No. 98 .South Third1 Street, Opposite the First Presbyterian Church. ". ': ' - -j - J i j '. ' - THEY ARE THE SOLE AGENTS FOR ShuIerV Celebt'Ated YVrossttlit Iroai Galvanized Caskets & Cases, 'v 'I. " -ALSO- - ' Rajmond, Crane, .lireed A Coa jyletalio Casts and Caakela , Wood Caskets and Cases always on hand. Country Undertakers supplied en short notice. Hearses and Carriages to attend lun era s at al times. Terms reasonable. mehlT-deodly ' ' " " NEW PERFUBIE CClEOtf THE tfAWDKERCHlEF. I ,,ai:ills!.s. A inat Kisjnisite, Dclicnte ass Fra. gmnt Perfume,'- Dialllled from the . Rare ttni Beaollful ' Flewor freua '" which I lahes ItSHinawe. -a..- i Manufactured onlv by MIAI.OIt Ac JOrV..t . , : ' rj L'!.; .;'.;.. t t Beware- of Counterfeits. " JLttk fn Phn'fon't Take is oUior, 5 ' P ' Bold by' arnggleU generally. "V jl ' faMeoaAwaonCa" f '" ; "iMl i John Havens' Estate. 4 ; NOTICE IS JHCItEBV ClVEjl THAT the undersigned hav this day been duly ao-' pointed Administrators of ths estate of Joha Ha- j vena, late of J elfersoa .township, . Fcauklju county, Ohio, deceased. ..,..- l . ' " f;' REBECCA HAVENS. 1 ,u v... UKORUEW.HAVENS. 1 A.A-1. ..no n T VUlvUOl IA, lOWs VUljtOW1W EaODaCL'O-E V0D Lt. SUGAR-COATED, PURELY VEGETABLE. Free Erom Mercnry o o H o ' ( '. ALL MINERAL POISON, And are, undoubtedly, th best remedy extant AO- SICK AND KEItVOUS HEADACOE ! xV K. .V S . Mydo, byvlrtuy ui a pociai amnity for tn .. iiiuBoua memorane oi in Dowels. thereby removing to eaosesv A a 1 LIVER PILL t .' , a ... . :t, theyjpan hav no rival, being oom Q poaed of Uie moat V - rowerful, Vefletabie Extracti whioh bar, direct aotloo on the SPLEEN ATTD LIVJSE, th hapnv effect efwhhK .on k o tt o W Na tt o o tt o tt a W NS w :- r tt t O O tt seen alter one or two dosea. Ther Remove the Bile, ' Assist Digestion, . " Cure Costiventss, In faot, they are, aa their nam , indicates, th BLOOD PILL "The Life-Giving Principle." They search out disease and strike at i!a very root, leaving th system in the full vigor of health: are I'EKFKCTLY HARMLESS TO INrANlB, OK fKKHOWS Of THK MOST ;. DKLICATUil r. 0OMBT1XU T10NS, and are a , . I AIM, SrjHEH AHD BETTEH 1 PurgatiyeKU H tt than has ever befbr been gvallaMe to mankind, and, being thinkly 8U GAR-COATED, are especially adapt ed aa a REMEDY FORanLDKKtf, and persons who have a dread of awallowing a pill. They are, no questionably, one of our moat tt ouaiwvury lAl tlAKTlua, .u. nu nousenoid noum be wit out them. PRINCE WALTON & CO., (Soeessaor te Dr. 0. W. Roback,) '( ...... ' BOH PROPRIETORS, , 1 Hos. 68, 68, 60 & 62 East Third St, . CINCINNATI, O. i. ' T I . Are Sold by all Druggists and ,'--." Dealers in Patent Medicinea EVERYWHERE.1 nHe4'Mm.twAl.4ibw ' ' 1 Nv FOR V should be with. Ant 0SfeV oat tnen ' . s4y.x SPECIAL NOTICES. MRS. WINSLOWy An excerienoed Knrs and Faniale t'hvsmlut :' Jresenfsfo the attention vf Mothers her" Soothing S vr u p I ich greatly faoilifates the process of teething, by lenngtnegum nduemgall infianimstions.Will Hay ALL VklW and flpasiuodio tioD.and U Sure to Regulate the-Bowels. I'erend upon it, mother., it will givs rest to your pelves and. . . ; ,;, a) ntrlirf and Health to Your I a fan lai. V fcav put upend Sold this article for over It earr, and can bat ib confidikcb and tbctb ff . t what w hav never bean able to say of any out er n edicine kbvbh bab it failed in a etwu.B imitakcb TO f P kCT A crKg, when timely used. - .verdid we know an ins tar ce of dissatisfaction any one wh used it. On the contrary,' all ai elighteil with its ot erations, and speak in terms of oinu.endation of its magical effects and medica iitnes.' We speak In this matter ,fWHA vi do bow " after 80 years' experience; and ri.aneB -OB BBrCTATION POH TBB rCLriLLMBNTOP WBA - ubrb dbclakb. In almost every InsUeee where ih infant issuBering from pain and xhaustioa elicf will be fonnd in fifteen or twenty minutes af ter the syrup is administered. V" -1 F all directions f or using will aoeompsny each bof. rfj 'aJJj !?",njn M,.tB fu-aioii'o of CUri lla A FERhlh, .New Vork, is on tbe outaioe tvpper. ..,, . .. , .Sold by I1 Ornggists ihroughont tba world - ,i PRICE, OJJiy 35 CIJiTS.PEBBOniB., a aprXl-ilitwom , . , .. , ( y Colgate's Aromatio Vegetable Soap. -A nparior Toilet tloap, prepared from rent si Vegetable OUe In eombinution with Gl'. cerlne and especially designed for the vse nf t attlea and for th Nursery. It perfum fj vqaisite, and Its washing properties nnrivalledli Fot sale ky all Drnawista i ' fehlO-dAwl1 Removed lora biaOld Office. 1 DR. A. B. WILLIAMS. West Broadway, nef High street, Columbus, Ohio, bu devoted hlmre) or a series of years to ths tre ment of certain pr, irate diseases. He may be consulted at his offle. a oa(t way , near the X xohange Bank rut ' va a a a ' a a m In . . grit uniu 3IAIE ,-,i HORSE INSURANCE COMPANtJ . CINCINNATI. OIIIU.'. i-V4 ; l.fn .... Insures Live Stock against Loss by THEFT, or DEATH FROM ICCIDEJITor DISEASE' Incorporated Under General Law of Oliim ". V vi -i. i' - "' I )... 5:, v.t CAPITAL STOCK,' . . ' . tI00,OOO.obT ' . ) ., W. C. MORGAN, President. j L. A. Vam Sctoo. Secretary, ,:. , . -ij A. T. M. BBOWIvF, . . Agent', ' .''PoSTOPyjpB BpiLDIBO, . ..' oetlB-dSra l .n CO.WMBPS. OBTO.r ' ' : t Royal, HaTana Lottery of tuba Condnote lrth Spanish Ctovernment. ' ' ? $3GO,000; GULD SUM EVEItY 17 DAYS "' friie" easbed 'ani Information furnished, ttf highest rates paid tor Doubloons and all kinds of Qoldandbilvwi also. fur. all (loverument heuuri. ',. ,i , , TAiLOH A CU.t aprll-dAwly Bankers ,10 WaUat., ft. Xoii'