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THE GBEAT ENGLISH REMEDY. TXJ riOTICTID BT BOTtl. LSTTBRS f ATIKT. .'. I1R JAMES CLiBHE'S . , CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS frtparei from a pretcription of Sir J. (Xnrkt,lt.X, ' 'J'kyUitmMitaordinaryto lit U4n. , ' This Invaluable msdlclno It unfailing in tbeeurt of all thoft ptiufuland danaeroua disease to whioo the female oenstitutinn ii subject. It modersteaall sees and removes til ohatrnntinns, fromwhatcv. r ttuse. A ipeedv sur may be relied on. , , TO MAIIR1ED I.AB1EM It it jartUmltrly tutted. It will. In a short time, brio o tu monthly period with regularity. - CAUTION. ' flei Pill tkovld tot tit taten by frmaletdurin ike HHT T HKKB UONTUSof rrtgnancy, ni j rt le Mng on Aicarriage,bul at ewf ' otr Umttheyare tar. - " In til ctsos of Nervous and Spinal Affections, "Faint in the Hack tnd l,iihi. Kstirue on slight ex ertion, Ptlpi(f.n of the Heiit, Hysterics, and Whiif, these Pills will effect acure when til other mm have failed; and although a powerful remedy, net contain iron, calomel, antimony, or anything purltal to the Constitution. , r Ull direction. In tbt pampniet around eecb paok ' Me, which should bt carefully preserved. . 'Mold it all Dutboipt". Price, Oh Dollab L' m Hottlb. , SPECIAL NOTICE. JI it the at f tttry onlualle Mullein Ui be , Cfr"JgFrBiTrr. he tavtiov; ihertfnrt, and e that Ike Uthrf't. r M."arehlovmintkebitile, , and that tilth vrai per bear th ao BiMii.r.a of Ik signature f . C. MdLDWJN d CO., and JOS MOBIS. mr Uhimtvkltk.nonearegetivine. .'' H." rl.-1.tt, ith iiihtien ernts for 'postage ' Inclosed It any authorirrri Arrnt. or to tbt Sole General Aient for the United States tnd British Dominion!, JOB MOSES, ft Cort'endt street. New Tork. will loser bottle, enntai'log Fifty Pills, by r tt'n mail, teenrel; sealed from til Obnertttltn. Mpl-d4weoI.T-iel ; I.IFI -II t A 1.1 If-fkl H KMiiTIi: LIFK-HEALIII-nl-niGTII. '; LIFK 1IEAL.TII 'RENOTIl DR. JUAnUeLAMARRK'BI SPECIFIC PILLS . 1 i ..... .Are pvepered hj the Wetieor Gaitncier A. Dn- 5 nl, jVi r)otiif, t n 1)4 Uur nibarri. Hana. rrm the 1 rerrirti nof Vr. JuaoDa'amarr, (Jhief bjaieian te ilc Hi rpital dn hord on Ltriboiiera. LETTER Of RECOMMENDATION. ' Pm. Mj8tb,183. OiHnmiic-'We bare naad the "Hricirio Pilh" made from lioctor. Delarorrre'i Pre eription, durlig lateral rtn part, in our BriTale tnd puhlle praoiice, .and htve lound lem .- noat - enenetio and efficienl' hein drintMeaof Hpermttorrhet or Kemintl Weak am; Niihilr,DaiU,"r'nnurKmiioni: rex al Weal neat, or ntpoUttcy; Mpcoial DertnRementi f the Nerroni HrfleiiJi W cakneaaea ariaiu from Hearet Htbita tnd beiual Kxreaaea; Relaxation ol thatienlul Orn: Wiak Spine; AfTcotiona ui tbe K.Tea: Lime" r Hrirk I)um" J)epoita in the Urine: Milkj"lilrehtraa: I'alene-a of the hkin, with tianken t hetkaand Biooditaa Upa; "Pinched' aturea; Irratnlar Ae inn of the Ieat i, and in all the f I tallji train ot hyii ptomi ariaiuc from Orer aso, Abuiaa, er lioea Irotn an came, of ihe Nervoui force. e aareeatlr adrUe the Profmnlon. tnd til per ton inDcrnr from tor Simptomntie or Organic Jftiom of tV OlNITU-LiRINlHT hTt 1 1MB, K' Ue ibete PilU. Withbicbr pot, we are j aura moat incerel, R. A. BEADFEPARIK. M. D. O.D. HUJARD1N.M.I). J BAN 1)K LfclCHRE. M, I ToOilACIMI A LoiOhT, No.14 Rue Lombard Tarit ,'' ttdtntary tnd Studio Orcnpatiom; Grit, Anm ittitt, or whattTfr lendi to impair the Vital Aition of tbe train, tlmrt,,t Utrxov bytUm renaemir lead to the boat Mafrrtnpand tmbnmint hit old era of the Vimn hvsilal. t4udt,tt. Clergy men tnd Lavytr; tlierefure. who are especially li able totbtae M aki ancr, abnuld retort prompt) to iir.fiLiaaKiti's braoirio Pili.s A Pampblei, coiilaiiiiii lull par iculart, with Di rcetioiia tnd Advioe, printed in Krenoh, (iermtn, (tpannaand knilir-b, accorr.paniea etch box, tnd will bDt, 1 n,aii,lree oi eot, to to; who will wiitefutiL Tt let tt per Ux, r Six Boxes for ts t Hold b til the rrlroiral Druirtiatr, or ni l be ei.t bj n ail. uaUd jrom all observation. oaneeirtet tke aivrifitd price br any tuthorited Kent, or b the aoleUeneral Acent for America. (laKU. M08rH t CO., 1.7 Corllandt atreet, jXawork. Aaiborixod Atenlt lor Columhna and ticinit, S. E.hAklLfcLACO.. (i. hOUtlila A CO., and til Detlert in Medicines. Ail olden b nail promptly attended to. . aepl dAweowl ' ' REAfiOm WHY TIDE AMERICAN WATCH MADE AT WALTIIAM, MASS , I- : .1,.! ' ' ' IS THE BEST.' It U made on the bat principle. It frame la ompoaed of H0L1D PLATES. MO jarean inter fere with tke barmoD of iu working, and no sud den shock etn dtmage its maohinefr. Erery piece li made tnd InUbed by maotiner (iUelf famous for its aortlty, as well at for its efff otirenoui), and is therefore properly made. Tbt watch tt what all ueohaniim should be ACCURATE. SIMPLai. 81R0N0 AND ECONOMICAL. Except some high grades, too oottlr fur general us, foreign watobet are ohlefl madebjr women and bot, Suob watches trt eompoaed of lereral hundred pieces. Screwed tnd riveted together, and require eonstant repairs to keep them lb an kind of order. All per sons who hare carried "aneret," "lepines" and ?EngIitb Patent Levers," are perfectly well await ef the truth or this statement. ' At the tetinning of our enterprise, more than ten years ago. It was our first object .to mat a thr ughlj good low priced waloa for the milliot. ito take the plcoe of there foreign impoiilions : the re lute of foreign factories, which were entirely un saleable at komt aud perlectly worthless erery- Where. ' '-. - "".'';''V '. '. ' " How wall we bare aorompfl hed this, may bt un derstood from tbt fact tlitt afitr to many yt.ira ol public trial, we now maaeilOKB THAN HALF OK ALLTUE WATCUE6 SOLO I.M TaE UNITED BTATEti. and tbat no other hare) aver given such universal satisfaction. - W bile tbit department ol tui business is continued witb inorcaed facl.ltie tor perfect work, we are at present engaged la tbe manufacture ot walobes of the very H1UHEST ORA'l'K AiNOVk N TO CURONOMETUV. uo, Cqaaled by anything bitberte made by oursorves, andanaarpaiiadbr tnytbintmadtln tbt world. tor this purpoat we bare tbe amplest faoilitiea. We kaY erected an addition to our main building ex kteealy for this biaoch cf oar busineet, and have filled it With lb bt wvrkmea la omr ttrview. New lacbintt and tpplleooee hare en eonstructi which perforni their work wi A oobiammatedelloa 7 and exactness, The choicest and moat approved materials only are used, ai'd we cballenge compar Uos betweea this grad-! ot oar work and tbe finest Imported ebronome'jra. We do not pretend to soil our watebes formats "OMIT thau foreign watcheij tat w do asieri without leaf of contradiction that fortheiAHmoriT oof product it jncomparabi jnperloi. ' All our watehes, pf wbataver grade, are ally warranted, and this warrantee is good at all titnee tgalntt us or our agents in all parts of the world. ,:::, . :- . .v"i . i, f CAUTiON.--Th public. are cautioned to boy only of reipeotabledealers. 11 persons selling ooun Urleiis will k prosecuted.' , ," . , : r 'i .... . MUtsBIMi tt APFIiETO, " 1 - 7 GENTS I OR THE AAiEMCAA WATCH CO. o J ' lq alradWttlr,Aw lork. norl-dAwlm , , . ,M.., .... u j 1 ' . ' . ti 'i . ' ., ALLCUCK fVUUCriiA.TEHS.:l EET BTKENUIHEMNO PLASTER LN THE I. WUMLO. . JIZCOCX'S rOKOVS PJSTXSS rt'tolv and 0vag pain byogUlngortk the acrid AtttaoVa) from part internal to tA kin and general oiraulav1 tion-tAtu, in many cost, potiiivtly evaporating iAeiieea.: . . ; J AilEd LULL, There it nothing equal, in the way of a plaster, to the Peruas Plaster of Mr. ALLCOCK, Everthing it pleasant about them. Tboy are the plaatar of the ay, It typ of ear praeent advanoemeut in acianct and art. ',1a Athrptt toogb, Sidney Affeo -Uont, Qout, Rheamatitni. aiid local detp-eealed same, taey anord permanent relief, f r r, l.UiU -i-Jf. JOUNBON!. D., . j r' I ' ,.f " ".PPwca tMmedies.T' From A personal knowledge of tbeee p'.tsters,1 we can state that tnT r decidedly preferable to any Otb'et id use.' Wherever relief it to be obulned bv tbe use of a platter, w should reeommend them. ' A. iNQRAHAljl, al. D., Editor Jfv fork Mentor ', Aienoy, lliandreth House, New Vork.,. , t . ;. ., tlM k all ltrana-lata.' " ' ". octM-dAwliar , ,aaaaa'i'sKar ' AMUSEMENTS. ; OiKItA liOLMi:. FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY. Thuredny and Friday F.renlntjti Now , , vembcr 2i . 3, 180(1. . BURGESS&LA RUE'S, miWSTRELS. TWENTT-F O i; H B K 1 1. 1 I A If T, Htarsl Including the greateit of all living Etblnpean burlesque aotors, GOOD X3Y7X1.O330I9, And tbt very celebrated Elblop an Comedian,) s. ta. xtTH33"sr. FourCIng Dancers, M EC KR. KANANtf, OKI,j WKST, tnd the wonderful lltica bcyi. Marvelous Vocal Quartette SWEET, ' FKRDKKIOKH.i CHURCH. SIONfi and BKANI)K1. Frank. Bowies' Cornet Holo. KnSlaud'a maunifloenl Or chestra. .-. An entire new Proiramme, by the largest, most versatile and extraordinary combination of Inslru-) menial, vccal.oomic and tern'ichoreau talent ever confederated in one nrtaniiation ! Admianion. Ml cents; l(eierved feats, 78 cents;! Private Boxep, ; Single Heats to Pr vateBoxea.gl i krserved Soals can be secured atJobn Peltier's; Musie Store. IJiioraopenatSVi to oommenos at 8 o olock. DovlT-ddt OPft.RA HOUSE. Under the mtnegement of MOIIIIIH HIMMONDS, Formerly Manager of Pike's Opera House, Cln'nati. ' TWO FAREWELL Performances of the world renowned IIANLON BROTHERS, GEORGE, WILLIAM and ALFRED, And their great Earopetn Combination. AFTERNOON Doors oven at ana o'clock; enra. menfe at o'clock. fcv KNINU Doors ODen at T o olook: commence at 8 o'clock. Look at tbe Arrty of Talent i WILLIAM IIAKLorv, ALFRKII HA"ILOI, Tht acknowledged ohampion Omntatt and Ath- . letes ot tue world. PROF. WM. TANNER, of London. Kr. andhlt wendarfjl Performing Troupe of Hogs an I Alon keya. SENOHITA ROSITA. princip-1 Danieo-e and Tisbt Rope Performer, from the Grand Opera, M d- niONS. HENRI AG0U8T. tht most txlraordi Barv Jugg.er, Dancer and Pantomimic. ML lib AUUUMUt, premier uanseus ana Ptntomimiat, f oin the Ptriri n Theaters. The latent Kurono n novelties, the Hnhvnr. Il luminated Kounain, tiolden Shower, a ml the mirth provoking 8 adow Pantomime, etc, etc, lorming thtreatest combi ttion of artistic talent ever wit nessed m one entertainmout. PRICES OF ADMISSION i Dress Circle and Parquette M cents. Reserve feti 75 e nt Private Boxes.. It 00 Single Heats to Private Ho ea s)1.00 raunly liirole iiooeuts. Reerved Heats can be secured at John Seiner's Music Store. Doors open at 7 o'clock; commence st 8 o'olcck precise y. 1 CHAND IIANLON JVIATHEE, This SATURDAY AFTERNOON, Nov. 17, at o'o oek, lor the acoommodation of Families tnd Schools. ' C. A MORY BRUCE. A lvance Agent, novll MORRIS HIMMONDS, Manatee OPERA HOUSE. Lissii and Manager. ... JOHN T. RAYMOND. r OPENING NIGHT. Mr. Raymond begs to annonnn that he hat ef fected ai engagement, for t limited number of nights, witb tbe beautiful and accomplished actress, MISS LUCILLE WESTERN ! Who will tppear on . MONDAY evening, November Ittb, 1866, In ber ftmous impersonation of LEAH, THE FORSAKEN, : i At played by hor at Niblo's Garden, New York, with unpreceoented success. ' Mist WESTERN will be unpported during the entsgement by Mr- 1HEO. HAMILl ON. Mr. Mo Ktfc RAMhlN. irom the Olyrrpie Tbeatr, New York; Miss M. fc. Gordon, ard the entire Company. A lull and (fficientt rcherlrahts been engaged, under tbe leadership of trof. bcboppelrei, Mont. N, tiilles. Musii al Conductor. Box r-heet now. or en at John Seltier's Music Store, where se.tt Can be secured. blEClAL NOTICES. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS! THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY FOR IRREGULARITIES.. 1 These Drops area scientifically compounded fluid preparation, and better than any Pillt, Powders or Nostrums. Being liquid, their action Is direct and positive, rendering them a reliable, speedy and cer tain sproiflo for tbe cure of all obstructions and sup pressions of nature. Tbeir popularity it indioated by tht fact thtt over 100,000 bottles are annually sold and consumed by tbe ladies of the United States, every one of whom speak in the strongest terms of praise of their great merits. They are rapidly tak ing the place of every other Female Remedy, and are considered by all who know tught of tbera, as the turest, safest and most infallible preparation in tbe world, for the cure of all female complr lots, the removal of all obstructions of nature, and the pro motion of health, reeularity tnd strength. Explioit directions stating vthen they may be used, and ex plaining when and why they should not, nor oould Dot be used without producing efieota contra ry to nature's chosen laws, will be found carefully folded areund each bottle, with tbe written signa ture of Joun L. Lyon, without whioh none are gen uine.;., . ; ' . ;, - i. Prepared by Dr. JOHN L. LYON, 198 Chape' street,' New Haven,' Uono.. who can be consulted either personally or by mail (lnolosiig stamp), oon ocnini ill privtte di-etfes and female weaknesses. Sold 0 Dru.giata everywhere. C. U. CLARK A CO.. General Agents for U. S. and Canadat. -sepW-diwly. . . Houaeliold Neceaalty Exltt for lb ........ Dae of DUItnO'S , CATARRH gWIJFF, fVbloV.in the first itace of a oold.aota likamagl -Headache, Hoarseness, Diptherls, tnd Bronchitis or Eyes, Doafoett, Bad Taste and Smell, being the result of Catarrh. This Snuff removes and pre-'' ents all these, and insures a healthy Head. Itti iflectiare pleasant and safe, even .for infant who" lufier from Sautllea. , ... I It rt the highest professional testimonials. Bold tj all Druggists, or sent by Mail to all parts of D. B. or 3d sentt for One Box. or (I for Four Boxos. , ' . Address ..J AS. DURNO.P. O. "ox m '. New ork City, At Wholesale, by DEM AS BARNES A CO. 1 Hark Row. Nov York. juneS-lydAw. , ,'., BANKING llWUHii Of JAY COOKE i &: CO. Corner Wtxtl Ac NauStMNow York, in eonheotloa witb our bouses In Philadelphia and Wasbingtonrw bave opened a NEW YORX 20TJSE at above location And offer our servioesto Banks, Bankers, and Investor! for the transaction of heir, basinet iu this city, inoludlng purchases and tales Of OOVKKNMKNT SlCVRlTllg, STOCK!, BoNDi, add O01.D.- W ar eonttantiy represented at the Stock Exohang and Gold Beard, where orders sent, usare promptly filled. We keep on baud alull supply 9UoVklLSUENT SECU1UTIES OF ALL ISSUES, buying and telling at current prices, and allowing orrespoodeutt the most liberal rates h market 'tords ...... - ,4 . ; 1 JAY COOKE eV CO. m,e-Iy Aw D '" '- , , ' Telegraphic. FROM WASHINGTON. General Logan in Favor of Impeachment— Judge Chase and Others in Consultation with the President— General Grant Ill. Nbw York, Nov. 16. The rvenlnjr pa pera have (he following from Washington : General Loftan Is In the city, and an nounce! hi determination to do all In dig Fowerto Induct the Impeachment of the resident. j hief Justice Chase called at the Whits House last evening and wag closeted with the President for an hour. Seward. Randall and McCulloch afterward were present. A long consultation was had. believed to be upon the most Important sublect based on the effort now maklnsr bv leading men of all parties to Induce the President, In con sideration of a general amnesty, to Induce, the people of the South to accept Impartial suffrage with qualifications upon intelli gence or property. Prominent Southern men are co-opera' ing. ucnerai uritnt was mute unwell yester day, but was out to-day. A Cabinet Minister stated to-day that the question of recommending the South to adopt the Constitutional amendment hnd never been considered in the Cabinet, as reported. Indians Peaceably Disposed. Washington. Nov. IB. The Commis sioner of Indian Affairs has received letters from the special agents recently dispatched to the Arapahoes, Cheyennes and confeder ate band of Sioux Indians to ascertain the disposition of thefe tribes toward the Gov ernment, and to Inquire into the various reports which have bten mude regardinsr their hostile attitude. The Information re ceived from these agents is of a satisfactory character, and not only is it probable that peace will De maintained, but It rs also re ported to the Bureau that the release of two white women, prisoners In the hands of the tribes on that line of the territory, will uc ODtaincu. No More Removals for Political Reasons. one The Post's special says: President John son yesterday remarked to a prominent citizen of Washington that he was not dis posed to make further removals. from olllce on account of political opinions. Col. Peter i arce has determined to sell his large library. The Librarian of Con gress is examining the collection, with a view to its purchase for the Congressional library. FROM NEW YORK. Sudden Death—Frauds by Insurance Brokers and Agents. New Yoiik, Nov. 10 Daniel Carpenter. Sr-Inspector of the JletroDolitan Police. died very suddenly In this city, from what i ... 1 . 1 1 .1 1 . 1 is ruijiiuoeu w nave uecif u is cast) 01 tue heart. Evidence has been accumulated azainrt several of the leading insurance brokers and agents in this city, and is now in pos session ol iiperiiitciidcut Uarnes, which implicates ihem very seriously lu illegal transactions. Storm Along the Eastern Shore. Nkw York, Nov. 10. A terrible storm prevailed along the eastern coast on the 14th, doing much damage to shipping. Many vessels put into Fortress Monroe for a harbor. The Congressional Investigating Committee. Judge Edmonds, of Vermont, ot the com mittee of Congress Instructed to ascertain In what branches of the Government ser vice expenses can be reduced, and what reforms ought to be made, has been at the Custom House of tlrls city for two days, and has examined several persons in regard to salaries, perquisites, fees, ftc frauds or attempted frauils. the recent political tax in the Custom House, Naval Olllce and the Surrogate's Olllce, and the probable effect of a change in the revenue Deptrtment, which should make the tenure of olllce de pend entirely upon the good behavior of the office-holder. There are several other subjects of inquiry, but these are the most prominent. It appears to be the object of the committee to gain as much Information as possible with reference to future legislation. It is likely extensive changes In the laws will be proposed, and it is supposed that the chief of these will relate to the remodeling of the financial departments of the Gov ernment service. Tne opinion that efficient men cannot be secured and retained while political influencedetermines appointments and removals, is very generally expressed. A bill was drawn at the last session of Congress to make a change In this matter; hutit did not become a law. The Next Fenian Invasion of Canada. Nkw York, Nov. 10. The Evening Ex press says the most active preparations are now being made at the Roberts ho idqtiar ters for a grand movement against Canada. During the last fortnight some of the lead ing military olllcers of the organization have held consultations in relation to the martial programme to be adopted when the Fenian forces move from their respective States across the frontier. The result of these deliberations is at present a profound secret, but Gen. O'Neil and President Rob erts frankly avow that tho new movement means work against the British authorities in Canada. It is said the discipline of the next army of invasion will bo far superior and more effective than that ot which the detachmeut at Limestone Ridge was the advance guard. Twelve thousand men have already been enrolled under the title of " Fenian Avengers," who have pledged themselves to be ready at any moment to prevent the execution of Lynch and the other prisoners. These have been divided into regiments and brigades, and when all the men deemed necessary shall have taken tho pledge operations will commence. The Dry Goods Market. New Yohk, Nov. 10. The break in the dry goods market noticed yesterday still continues. The reduction In prices not cetl at that time brought a momentary dem tnd, but buyers became alarmed yesterday from the continued decline, and refused to take goods at what they had before offered. Only a few boxes of delaines were sold, as the resultof the reduction In those goods, and, with all other kinds of goods, they are to-day entirely at a stand-still. Jobbers have further reduced prices this morning, and It is sal I that agents are ready to meet any reduction found necessary to dispose of goods. The still further decline in cot ton yesterday, and the general belief that it will continue to decline for gome time to come, encourages manufacturers to concede to the views of buyers. There are less buy ers In market, and the unsettled state of trade noticed yesterday Is very much more Irregular to-day and less satisfactory. The print market Is very unsettled, with an Ir regular decline in goods. Jobbers have al ready offered goods at l2o below quota tions, but without effecting sales of any moment. Tbe woolen goods market Is de pressed, as has been the case for the entire season, and goods arestill declining. Auc tion sales ot Germantown goods and other woolens of domestic manufacture, are very much below expectations. The following prices were on the bulletin board at Stew art's this morning: Atlantic A 22, Pacific A 21V, do. II 2lji. and Indian head A 21 1 a reduction of a on yesterday's price. Thero Is less doing In foreign goods. From New Orleans. . 1 NbwOruuns, Nov. 10. Mr. 0. Gordon Adams, who was reported a delegate from Mississippi to the Philadelphia Convention of Southern loyalists, Is out in a card, wherein he gays he was not a dele gate and Is no politician, nor did he know until a few day sago that he was ap pointed a delegate to the Pittsburgh Con vention, nor the persons appointing him. Ills political opinions, he adds, are of uo traportance, as he never expects to hold o- ecitonioe. . . i '.i , FROM CANADA. The Condemned Fenians—Mr. McKenzie will Apply for New Trials— will Apply for New Trials— James and John Dudley Released. ToitoNTp, C. W Nov. 10.-Mr. McKen zle, counsel for the Fenian orlsoners. pur poses applying Monday to the Court of queen's uench or uommon Pleas lor new trials for Lynch, Hayden, Stavln, Whalen, and Qulnn, the Fenians under sentence or death. 1 James and John Dudley, the two-men committed by a police magistrate a few days ago under the habeas curjntt suspen sion act, have been released from custody, Mr. Patterson, their counsel, proposed a petition to the executive counsel, and also obtained affidavits testifying to their re spectability and intention 'ot settling and going into business. These papers were submitted to the Crown authorities, who. pronounced upon them and discharged the prisoners on their own recognizance for f 100 each, and one surety of $200. Railroad Accident. Gdelph, C. W- Nov. 10. The day ex press going west to-day was thrown off" the track near Guelph by a broken rail. The express messenger, named Weeks, was kill ed on the spot. Several passengers were injured; none lataiiy. Relief for Quebec Sufferers. Oufbec, C. E.. Nov. 10. Tho Mayor re ceived another Cable dispatch from Lon don authorizing him to draw fa) .000 more for tho relief of sufferers by the late fire. Tliis makes a total of $70,000 from Loudon. A grand amateur concert, under the patronage of the Governor General, last night for the benetit or tue relief junu, re alized a considerable amount' A large number of mechanics and labor ers are leaving for the States since the lire. Heavy rain falling. FROM SAN FRANCISCO. Memorial in Behalf of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company. San Francisco. Nov. 10. The Chamber ot Commerce of this city unanimously adopted a memorial to Congress, which, alter reciting previous action of tne Cham ber, sets forth that the act of Congress re quiring the Pacific Mall Steamship Com pany to perform thirteen trips yeHrly to China, in consideration ot being allowed to leave Honolulu, out of the regular route. causes great inconvenience to the travel ing and mercantile community, disarranges plans for rapid steam communication with parts of China and Japan, and Is oppres sive to the company designated to perform the contract; tbat thirteen trips Involve the necessity 01 another steamship and addi tional yearly expense of one hundred and thirty thousand dollars, without commen surate advantage to the Government, the public, or the Steamship Company. The memorial closes by asking Congress to permit tbe company to make twelve trips yearly to China without touching at Hono lulu, and to receive subsidy for mall ser vice to the Sandwich Islands from $50,000 to $100,000 yearly. FROM RICHMOND. Five White Men and One Negro Flogged. . tred. Richmond, Va., Nov. 15. Five white men and one negro were flogged to-day by order of the Hustings Court, on conviction ot petty larceny. Financial Matters. New Yohk, Nov. 10. The Commercial's money article contains the following: This morning the stock market shows a slight reaction from the decline of the last lew days. At the board the chief activity was In Cleveland & Toledo; the price rallied to 114'j,, an advance of . Michigan Souinern was also in demand and rose The miscellaneous list contines dull. Gov ernments are quiet. The further fall in the firemium on gold has the effect of depress 11 if the gold-bearing bonds. Foreign Exchange is dull. The prevail ing rate lor prime sixty days banker's sterling Is 109, though transactions are re ported lower and drawers ask nominally ioy'4 Gold Is decidedly weaker. The Idea ap pears to be gaining ground that the Secre tary of the Treasury contemplates making provision for the resumption of specie pay ments at some period in 1807, and the ap parently inspired allusion to the matter in the morning journals has the eff ect of con tinuing rather than dissipating the impression. Railroads Sold. St. Louis, Nov. 10. Iron Mountain rail road has been sold to a J. McKay and oth ers representing Eastern and St. Louis capitalists, for $550,000. Cairo and Fulton road was also sold to the same parties for $350,000. The sale is not ratified yet by ; Gov. Fletcher. From Boston. Bostox, Nov. 10. Yesterday forenoon a voting man called at the store of E. & M. Faxon, leather dealers in Pearl street, and under pretense of getting a bill changed maimer Mr I tn atj.nl mnnev. notes and securi ties valued at $35,000. with which he es caped. Effects of the Storm. nionxAKD Falls, N. Y, Nov. 16. While the lurious storm was prevailing last night the upper and lower mill dam belonging to Jas. Connolly, in this place, with a large amount of property belonging to Individ uals, and both bridges spanning the rill, with many dwellings, were much damaged. Death Warrant of Christ. The Courier des Etats Unit of a late date says: Chance has put into our hands the most imposing and intere-ting judicial doc ument to all Christians that has ever been recorded in human annals ; that is the iden tical death warrant of our Lord Jesus Christ. We transcribe the document irom a copy of the translation : SENTENCE Rendered by Pontius Pilate, acting Governor of Lower Qallilee, that Jesut of Nazareth ; shall suffer death on the Cross. .In the year seventeen of the Empire of Tiberius Ctcsar, and the 4th of March, the city of the holy Jerusalem; Aneas and Citiaphas being priests, sacriticators of the people of God; I, Pontius Pilate, Gover nor of the praetory, condemn Jesus of Nazareth to die on the cross between two thieves the great and notorious evidence of the people saying: . .. .. . 1 '1. He Is a seducer. 2. He is seditious. . ' . I 3. He is the enemy of the law. ' 4. He calls himself falsely the son of God. 6. He calls himself the King of Israel. 6. lie entered into the temple followed by a multitude bearing palm branches In t;lieir hands. . Order the centurion, Quintius Cornelius, to lead him to the place of execution. Forbid any person, rich or poor, to op pose the death of Jesus. The wituesses that signed the death of Jesus are: ' i 1. Daniel Robanl, a Pharisee, j 2. Januus Uorobable. . . i 3. Capet, a citizen. . , Jesus shall go out of this-city by the, gate "Strenuous." : The above sentences are engraved, on a copper plate. On oue side is written these words: . .-v. ., i-.w i "A similar plate is sent to each one of the tribes. - ! t ' It was found In an antique vase of white marble, while excavating In .the city of Aquillu, In the kingdom of Naples,' In the i-ear 1825, and was discovered by the Com missiarat of -Arts attached to the .French armies. At the expedition of Naples It was found Inclosed in a box of ebony, la the sacristy of Caurtem. ! The French translation was made by the members of the Commission of Arts. ,The children requested earnestly that the plate night not be taken away from them. The Fequest was granted as a reward lor the army. Mr. Eennon, ono of the savans, caused a plate to be made of the model, on which Le had engraved the above sen tence. " 1 At tho sale of his collections of curiosi ties It was bought by Lord Howard for 5,885 francs. , ... Gov. Morton's Health. This nasty toplo Is obtruded Into tele grams aim aauy pubiistiro for perusal. These dispatches ought to be classed with obscene publications, and editors should be firosectited criminally for admitting them nto their col urns. Who, we pray, wants his oozing and acrid sores suggested in the morning paper which Is laid on the break fast table? Marion Democrat.. . j COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Money Market—Nov. 16. JIONKY -Rathermore active at ii percent. BTKKMNU tXUUANUK-Uull aiiJHXloX. (iOl.li-iiOwer; opening at Mii. declining w MnH.nd closing at Mia. ,... UoVKltMMKMT S'lOoKS-Dull. New York Money Market—Nov. 16. New York Market---Nov. 16. COTTON Dull and heavy and 1 IKa lower: S3 33 ko fur middling upland; olmily 33c. 1 liUij it tiun ana iouo lower; u(iiu lor tu perline western; SI0U0 4 12 00 for (Summon to medium extra western; Dlz 'IS 13 fur ohoice do; All Sla Is 36 fur common to K "l shipping brtuds extra round boopOhio, andIJ 0U ou fur trade brands, closing quiew ltyettour without decided change. un.x .ur.AL, Dull. WHISK Y-More active with sales of 6.0O0 bbll. In bond aU''3o. WilHAT Dull and 20 lower; sales x 100 bushels at S3 43(0.3 U lor So. 1 Milwaukee: S3 K7 for No. a do. HI K Quiet; old western 1 30. BAkl.K f -riteilT with fair demand: sales 85 000 buah altl Of SU 11 for Canada West in bond; $ SUM for Cantd W est free, tnd $1 06 for Western. OUKN Irregular and unnetlled, and 34o lower: sales lsi.oou bushois altl SHVl 81; snipping mixed western in store and afloat closing at SI 381 0; weatera yellow $1 80. VA 1 a Market du II and 10 lower: sales Jt.uwi Duan at7'A)70o for Chicago and Milwaukee. ittvjr. yuiet. uum.,-Dull. KUGAk-Ver; dull: sales 75 hhds Cuba at lOKc MtJlMKrtfcS tlteadr; sales 6U tohls Mew Orleans etWftW - 30 bbds Foato bioo at 64&5o, and 100 hhils IJcuiarara at ffiSOo. PbTKOLbUM-KUady; sales of 1.000 bblt at 13c for crude, aud 30370 for refined in bond. FORK Lower aud irregular; sales e.OOO bbls at $fi 7 v24 26 legular and cau for new met-, clos ing tt S23 37X cash, and tio 2v21 tor prime; also 760 Ool-new mess atf! S7)t, buyers, December, end 'It 1 Hers. January. BKKK Quiet aod steady. HKKr" UAUsj-beavy; sale 70 bbls at 131 50 at 38 60. ItACON-Dull. CUT MEATiS-Heavr: sales 133 pkgs at 12913 for shoulders and Ual5c for fcims, aud ohoica du ISO. DHESSKD HOOS-Quiet; V4mXs for western. LAUD Lower; tales 600 bbls al WiWUc, aod small lots at 14. llU'l l Kll-lieitvy; 10331o for Ohio. CHEESE Dull. Cincinnati Market. FLOUR-We quote superfine at 10 JJ911 16; exira at ill 75U 75; family at 13 0014 00. W HEAT he. 1 red winter is held atti S6; extra at a Do, and choice hill and white at $3 W3. fcx tra spring was in demand a'- SI 60. Au, 1 is bald at tl Wi i and Mo 1 at 'i 20(31 i !i6. Coll Ull was dull and nut much inquired for. No. 1 shello 1 is held at Mat foe in elevator, and old ear at Sou. There is a good Uvaiand for new. from distillers chiefly, at sOooue at the upper, aud 6Sst66o at the lower roads. OA 1 S The market wai firm, at 4794Hc for No. 1 in elevator, and 4i45c tor No. 1. witn a moderate local douitud. There it no demtnd fur them iu tacks, and quotations are nominal. KV li 1 he beat qualities are held firmly at tl 169 liisfur No. 1, aud 13ufur extra. BaULK Y-Frime tall is held very firmly at tl TO 0176; State sprins is quoted at fl 3ul 40, the lat ter rate for choice. FOKlt-Aless is held It t"2J. but there is no de mand. MACON In good demand, and -about 100 hhds were suld at l3o for clear rib sides, and 14y,(14io fur clear siues. HOUd The receipts during the last twenty-four hours were xoriu bead. 'The market is dull, holders now asking 77 26gros, but about 1000 head acre suld at 8 5os7 lOgruss. Tue ollerings are not laige, yet they are in excels of the demand; purchasers are not buvingtand those arriving are to till contracts. COEFEE We quote lair to choice Uio at 179 SOo. SUGAR Raw 1215o. 17917HC for hard re- fined. ilOLASSKS-StxasOo for Porto Rico. BUTlEii The demand is firm, but the market is dull, as the suppiy continues large. Frime to choice Central Uhio will bring wi30o. CMEhsE The market 1a ouiet. with a fair de mand, at 16X9170 per pound, actual tare, lor West ern Keserveaud Hamburg, EUliS The market rules steady, but the demand is baidly so good, frime lrejn, 3J4Juo per aten, shippers' couot. WHISKY Tho demand is firm and market it steady, tales of SCO brts bonded at 34a, aud 100 do tree at fxss. - SEED -Clover rules firm, at t8 for prime quali ties. Flax is in g od deaiand al S275. Timothy continues dull, at S3 A3 10 fur prime to choice qualities. Cleveland Market. FLOUR The market is quiet and prtcel un changed. XX Spring Uz&olloO; XX red winter S13 0013 50; AAA white wiuter suuoidsu. WHEAT Tho demand to-day was quite active, and prices were better and firm. Sale 5000 bush and 3 cars No. 1 Milwaukee spring at 13; BOOO bu and 5000 bu do do on private terms. COKN-Dull and heavy- o, 1 offered a tl OS, without buyers. OATS Quiet and steady. Sales 1000 bit Mo. X at 48c from store. KV E-Quiet. No. 1 Ohio held at $120. 1 BARLk 1 Nothing doing; prioes nominal. LIVE UOUS-Ilather quiet. .Sales 4.0 head. av eraging 275 1 bs gross, at 3 00 DltbSSED hOUS Quiet and steady at for heavy averages. FORK Declined tl 00. No, 1 eity-facktd mess (26 00: No. 1 do 124 CO; Clear 2T 00. LAUD Steady, tales I6O0 lot oity-rendered at 15o in firkins. 14 ic in tierces. BEEK Steady. Sales 16brlt No. 1 City packed Mess at tlS. , DRIED BEEF-In moderate re$uestto. ' HUlTEK there is a fair demand lor choice Western Reserve, and the market is steady at 33c; there is no demand for common. CHEESE The market is dull and heavy, but un changed and steady at 101ho for common to choice, packages included. EUliS-Qniet. Heldat33o. HIUHWlNr.S-Firra. fales at 12 37. ALCOHOL AND Si'lRlTS-Eirm. Aloohol, Ot percent., 4 7404 70; Cologne Spirits, 8H per cent., t H9: Neutral I'roof Spirits ! 679 i FETKOLEUM Quiet and steady at 31aV32c for bunded on spot; lio52e fur free in rounu lota, , PASTURE TO IiET. I HAVE riFTY ACHES 'OF - GOOD Timothy Pasture to rent at LithoDolis. Uhio. 1 miles South of Columbus. There is in said pasture lot h acres ot a splendid sugar-tree grovo, ana a never tailing stream ot water, t or particulars inquire of Col. SIMONTON. Elk Horn House. Li thopol is. Ohio. mtyo-dtf-D FOR 3Fa.S33XTT, TIIF. sECOMD,TMIItD AND FOURTH 1 Stories ol the building. No. St North High street, over Angle A Dnuty's Grocery. For informa tion, apply to M. C. Lille A Co.. or at R. Alain's Urocery. . c jj. c. Lillet a co. Columbus, O., Oot. 28, isos. novl-dtf NOTICE TS nritF.il V GIVEN THAT JAMES K. X VAN NESS, who is traveling through the Western States, ia not my Agent, and bat no au thority to contract any debt on mv acc ount. ' . FHILIP MICHEL,.- Window Shade Manufacturer. 46 Dey Street, New York.: October 10th, 1886, novS-uStn SALOON ANDRESTAURANT. I AUGUST HENNEDO,' ! , No. 13 West. Broad Street ' - (South eidOj, ' ; j ,' , Importer of Fine Liquors & Cigars. wnOLt:8ALU'ANl RETAIL,. ! june28-dtf-r , -,- ,K s;-. .. , .., ,j( T Paving Ordinance. " An Ordinance to authorise the Columbus A Indl , anapolis Central Railroad Company to build ; bridge on Fark street in theoity of Columbus. : Suction 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Columbus (two-thirdt of all the mem bers ovnourrmg). That the Columbus Indianap olis Central railroad Company are herebr author ised and empowered to construct a bridge over the tracks of laid Railroad on Fart street in laid city, el twioe t e length of the present one, the tame to be don in a good and worsmanlike manner, in ac cordance with the plat thereof on file in the offio of the City Clerk. 8x0.1. Thatall damages, eoststndeipensestrls ing from the foretoint improvement, shall be paid by said railroad Company, and they shall hold t' eity of Columbus harmless for all damages and for any and all accidents to person or persons and prop erty that mar arise in oonsequenee of itid improve ment. ... . j -LUTHER DONALDSON, t , . P''d'jt of thsCityCotuoiU PassedNorcmber l, A. 1). 1866, ... ." .,. , Awes L. E, Wilson. City ClerS. ,'. , ' novl5-dit 1 RiiTfnnriTP . , . . . H, . ' It . .1' Read) Hade CI olliinr FALL AND WINTER GOODS. TOE iOMO lIERCniKT TAILORING inn OLOTIIING CO., NO. 185 OPERA HOUSE BL0CK,! . .South Illarh Street. Colnanbua' O . t i m . - , .. 1 1 i .' ... . 1 axe leave respecliuny 10 render tbeir thanks to tbe ' public for the liberal patronage besVwedon their eitahliehmant since its commencement, and to as sure their patrons, that tbeir effort, ahah ever be to render entire satisfaction, by making np garments, warraotod to be from first class goods, by oompetent Workmen and to fil accurately. . Wea erjnw receiv ing, and tball continut to do to, weeklj during the season .... OUR FALL ANDWINTER STOCK. For Over-coals and. Business Suits, Esquimaux, V. nd H. Beavers. Pilot Cloths, Hoavy Tricots, Castor Heavers, Chinchillas. Heavy Milled Doeskins, Harris Cassliueres. Alan, the most elegant assortment of plain and fancy fabrics, for , r.2NTTS ANDVBBTB, Imported from England, "France, Belgium and Switaerland, ever brought to this oitv To all which we invite the gttention of the gentlemen of Colum bus and tho surrnundintoonatrv. assurina them that our lacilitirs. with being wnrkineu ourselves, enables us, not oniv to arep neuer uuois, but to sell Cms ar ea than other bouses in the city READY MADE DEPARTMENT In the line of Readv Made (Sarmants. nor Stark I. eompl.te, and in this connection, we desire it to be understood tbat we keep no Shoddy, or goods of in- ni.ww.,.11 uviii. iiiniiui.uiurvu w oruer, auu expressly for this establishment. THE GEHTLEMEN'S FURNISHING DEPARTHIENT Is replete with every article pertaining to the Gen tleman's outfit. j y TlfE O. M. T. A C. CO. , tprl7-deodly-0 ' NEW FALL GOODS! C. EBERLY & OO IVO. 80 SOUTH HIGH STREET ARE HF.CEIVING A NFW AND WEfX teleottd stuck of t all Uoods, tt extremely low prices. Funcy Irreas Moods, Merino, Wool Plaids, Empress Cloth, Alpaca, Cohurga, Delalns, Etc. Shawls, Cbak", Pacques, Dalmoral Skirts, Uoop Skirts in great variety. Muslins, l'rints, Ginghams, Flannel', Linsoya in great variety, Cloths. Cassi merea, Doeskios. Satiiieta, Tweeds, Jeans. Woolen Yarns, Home Made Flannels, Bed Spreads, blankets, Coverlets in great variety. r 1 . ... A large stock of ... . , Men and Boys' Hats and Caps, Lower than can be bought in the city. , We have also added to our stock a nice selection oi . , Tapestry, tbree-pb, ingrain Stair and lieiup . . carpets; Which will be oflerod tt extrcmtlylow prices, C IIHKRLYACO, No. W4 Southeast eornor High tnd Friend Stt., janl-eodlyg , ( COLCMBl'S.O lea & PEmhas' OX3Xj3333Xl.k,1X,33X :' Worcestershire - Sauce! PRONOUNCED Bt . EXTRACT of a Littib from a lied.calCentltman at MADRAS to his Brother at "' Woact'TER, May, - - J851.'' "Tell Lb a A Pbb- CONNOISSEURS TO Bl TBI ' .''Only Good Sauce", AND ArrXICABLI TO I bthr that their Saue 11s highly esteemed in India, and it. in nfv Every Vttrletj (opinion, the most pal- "1.M.UIS 1 1 . mm ..iv ijVJ'lTTiost wholesome iM-iSauoethat is mad." The success oi this most deliolons and unrivaled condiment having caused many unprincipled deal ers to apply tbe name to Spuriout Compound, the Fcblic is retptclvlly end "tameMy requested to tee that the names of, LrA A PrShims are upon the" WRAPPER, LABEL'. STOPPER and BOTTLK. ' Manufactured by . , , . 1 ' f : , LEA tt PERKINS, Worcester. join 'dcwcaiws so.is, I Aarents for the United state. NEW YORK, 'i v' octlT isatavwtt-ly H.V.E STOCK -.a --AN !-;'; y n ' '; ;'. ..." Petrbleiiiu Exchange. - ON THE 16th INST. I WILL OPEN A c V LIVE STOCK 1 ..... 1 AND. ,:? t..- A iu" ' ! ' -1 PETnOLEIIM EXCHANGE! 11 THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF the I'oatoffiee Building, where I shall be pleased to negotiate, upon reasonable terms, with all person who desire to .elixir purchase live 8 took. Keal Es tate, Petroleum Lands, or Oil Stocks." A isltai V, ,W ILSOlf , Jr. ' mavit-dtf-0 - THE 'CHRISTIAN WITNESS. ' Rev. J. F. GIVEN, Editor and Proprietor, ! C, ;t Published weekly on Friday;, at J ": coLUMBUB, oitixbl" Of Ueo No. 28 Morth Uigh Street. ALSO--- BOOR AND 'JOB PRINTING.- K 1-HR WlTlMKSS AllVft) TO BE A GOOD A religions journsl, free from the political rancor f the timet and opposed to tbe mingling of politic and religion. ; It is an independent enterprise, lot li conduct ed in the interest of the movement which looks to the establishment of Churches en a baaie of free and tiuiplachrittianity.rliscardlngill creeds bntih i.idiv, na mil Hinoi vaniiiRii ieiiuw.uip Dui.nas of a Christian life. Itteekt to be entertaining and instructive to old tnd young, having page devoted exclusively to the family giving current intelli gence, religious and secular, and reporting the mar- fcets. East and Wast, - - W hop all who are ia favor of a Christianity free from polities, sectarianism and fanaticism will extend touaueir patronage. ... . jj . .-J- gQlYEN. .l Jr M, STTJART; &;i po, j ""No. 163 Sooth maris Street, Manufacturert A Wholesale and1 Retail Dealer! In Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron tVare. : Also, dealers in Lawson's Hot Air Furnaces, liatae't Superior English Cooking Ranges, (iratet, W bite Marble and Marbleiied Slate and Lion Man tlet, Ao.,Ao., and . , - . . . i 1 j BOLE AGENT3 FOR 1.1. 1 B. f, STEtfeRT'S COOKIRG 3T5Vt. J x "l And the noted Alligator Coal Cooking Stove. J-;Joai 'mchU-tleodly nT,npn,uTT! I 'SPECIAL NOTICES. 1 1 ,1 SECRET DI3EA8E3! MnARITAN'N JIFTI ntvin a 11 1 fa gift! THE MOST CERTAIN RliUEDY aiVKK USE . "Yes, A Positive ore." ' POR OONOBRUOIA. (ilSSt STRlCTVniS.At. . Contains no tllnerai. no Balsam, Bo Mercury, Only It lill to b taken to- tfect a Cur They are entirely vegetable, navlng no smell aor s unpleerant taste, and will not in an? way in- r the sinmach or bowel' of the most delicate. . ('ores in from two to four oayi.and reneoteate n "taenty-four hours." ,,, , ,,,,r HQ tsrostrvB, no trotblb, ko OHAMOB WH ATK VtB Lei those who have despaired of getting on re 1, or who have been gorged witk Balsam Uipaeia. ir Mercury, try . . . , THE SAMARITAN'S GIFT Pent by mall In a plain envelop. Price, Mai package. Ba.eo, Female $S.oo. .1 q j I A VI Sanrantan' Boot and Herb Jmfes Thegreat Blood Purifierand remedy'for ' J Scrof u la, V leer. Mores, spot, Toner, scale, lloils, Kvolillis r Vtnsre. al IMsoasos, Ac ' 1 .-.; , FOB r-YPHIMS till Vl NHtm. nwirisTH THE SAIIAR1TA N'M ROOT AND UERU v ' JUICES ;; ;;,'.;'' s tbe rrost potent, certain and effectual reroedyeire prescribed it reaches and eruiii.iiM .vrv nurilAlA 01 the venereal poison, so ttat the cure is thorough and permanent, lake, then, this purif ingromtdy and be healed, ana de not transmit to your posterity that for whiouy may repent in after yean, ,. Price U6 per 1 ttle. Patient, take notioe I The ingredients ere known to the physicians who us them, as you will see by tge following . . ,. ... ,-.IA v Pot HoartTAL, Fokt MiBgwatt, " . Ualtimohb, Md .Keb.'JO.lWSt'.i I nave great satisfaction, in stating that I hav asea iMoamanuin' iceneuief for Venereal Dis ease in its mostousto 1 ary forms; that 1 have um4 them with judgment, discretion, and properly, and htve found them rexpoail to toy anticipations promptly and etlectualiy. Knowing their oo nposi tion, 1 havethrfullestconfii enee m their efiiuacy and as far as my use uf them extends, 1 reoouinieud them strongly.. , ' ' ' "ALFRED 0. rJOWERS Assistant Hurgeonfita New Vork Vols." Bold by U. UUBKRTs.and hy Druggiatx. .1 i KaJIUtw ot CO., Proprietors, 014 Itaoestreet. Fhiltdeiphi 0Ct31'6a-ly-MVAS . ,.,,.... ,1 1. .1 FOR MORE THAN TWENTY" YEARS M. THEWS' VENETIAN HAIR DYE hat atood tb test of trial, tnd It eoiintaiitly increasing in pmbli favor. . v'!'-' ' -!' ' It Is tb best and cheapest in the world. . Ptio TSeents. ,. ; It gives a beautiful, lustrous, safsiral color. ' It is complete In one bottle ' '' It dews the work the first time, .. -., It doee not crock, smut or suin. It does not rub off or fade. ' '' , ,' It always gKet satisfaction. A child can spplyit. THIS HAIR DYE it manufactured by peculiar process (know only to Mr. iJathews), whirtb renders it Infinitely superior to any dye in market. , ... , , In using THE VENETIAN DYE yo tvoid tbat RL'STY.LEAD appearance by whioh dyod hair is so easily recognised when an inferior article hat been used. ,., Invest 74 eentt, and you will be convinced -f Sold by all Druggist! and Fancy Uoods Detltrt A. 1. MATHEWS Manulacturer.'T DEMAS BARNES A CO., New York. Wholesale ntf. . marlo-deodly ;f ( WU NOT I RE THE BEST? tOYERTWETY YEARS' increasing demind has etaoli)hcd the fact that .YIathbwiT VBNtTiatl Hair iyb is tne het iu the world. It it the cheap est, tiie most reliable, and. most convenient. Ooro piete iu one bottle. Dees not require any previous preparation of tbe hair. No trouble. No crook or stain. I'rodunes a beautiful black or brown, iu pre ferred. A child cn apply it. always gives talis faction. Unly 76 cents per bottle iSold ArerywborQ. ' A; I. MATHEWS, lannfacturer, N. Y. DEMAS BARNES A CO., New York. Wholesale Agents. ., Also, Matbius' Afmca Haib C loss for r torineand dressing the Hair. 1 junel9 deodlr , HYGIENIC WINE, THE GREAT IIRPOfl TED TONIC ' ITred b v the best families throughout Eartipe; Aroreved by the Imperial School of Mediorns, Paris; -A Indorsed by tbe prominent Mem1 era of the Amer ican Jlcdioal Association, at tbeir Convention, hwd in Baltimore, May 1st, 1866. Contain noSpirit of any kind, and therefore ' I. NOT AlV'J OXICATINO IN THE LEAST. It is prepared In Paris from pnrt Sherry, and ad-" mil ia iu composition only tonic, aromatc aod) lebritvg substanoes LADiKtwiil find it a delicious substitute for the various tonios which have an alcoholio body. '' MUnCAT FEKLE is a rare wine of most d!ighM ful flavor, it is the pure juie of a mott delicious grape. It surpasses in excellence any table wine in the oountrv. Lsed in KuroD. fur iunininiii.1 nup poses. Church ptapl are invited to inquire into it. These wines are .old by all druggists, and by K..i JONES A SON and HOUSTON A GARDNER, Co AE.LEN tt CO., ' t Cinoinntti, Agents for Ohio.' ' 1 ang8-deodly-o MARCHING ON! 1 Constantly advancing in publio favor, throughout' tb United States, tho British Colonie and 'Span-1 ish America, and needing no ' ' r Flourish of Tnunpeta ':' I to proclaim its success, that ttandard artiole. CHRISTADORO'S HAIR DYEJ Is now far head of any preparatloa of its class' . People of Fashion, at length thoroughly understand j the terrible 0 msequonces entailed by the use of metalio andcaustio preparations, and admit the tu-" perlority of this famous vegetable Dye. Manufac- ? lured by J. CHIilsTADORO.t Astor House, Ne, York..' Sold 1 r all Druggists. Applied by all Hole 1 Dressers. Q?tSa-dAwlm-r ;g rMANHOOD: i How LoBtl How Eestored! Jutt PubUhd,inaiaUdIntialope, Price t cent, . ALECTORE on tbe NATURAL TREATMENT. 1 and Kaflcal Cure of Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal 1 Weakness. Involuntary Emissions, Sexual Debility. . and Impediments to Marriage generally; Nervous o ness. Consumption, Epilepsy, tnd Fits: Mental and , Fhy sical incapacity, resulting from Self-Abuse, &o.. bvKoBT.J. CuLViHWBij M. i., author of tb tirn Book, o. . , . ,.f "A Boon to Thoasands at Snffereni. 1 Sent under teal, in a plain envelope, to any ad- u dress, postpaid, on receipt of tix cents, er twopotti; age. tamps, by OHARS. J. C. ELINEA CoL , , ' 1.1 Bowery, New York Pus tottice box 4,580. " ! Also, Dr. Cuivenrell't "Marrlag Guide, pric' $4 eentt. . anVa-dAwam " . 1 ..1 I1 I ' Colgate's Aroiaatio Vegetable SoapiT, ; A superior Toilet fcoap, prepared, tromrtfiiw y ed Vearetable Oil in combination with Clya 1 serine, and especially designed for tb ustif Ladlo and for tb Nnrsery. its perfume 1 txquliite. andits'Wasnlng propertlet BnrirAlled.'' crl avail Druetiars -1 ri.;awiy j NIAHHIA6E APtB CAvLIHACV, aafcf,. J lay of Warning and Instruction for Young Men. 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