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."The wonderful pmctmi ef Medical !"es U possible for the conscientious i hriician to declare, now, that I'onkiiwf- , '"I'm 0""inlyoi;bki .Umt AmT.wIm OHTAINLT rHITIMT- d r .w. Pom.-Kte, CkarUt X. Sing, it, P.. ML, J),, tits. . i, .. .if PPABED PBESOBIPTIW, ; Kadi mom niMtimot n ' Br!"CHAEI,SI B. riHO, M. D, U. 0., 'Tig U1 IIVIilWIAII A Wt Stm AM ' 4 O O N B U M P T I ON, (IN ITH MOST ADVANCED BTAGE8). TS$?tZ$ ASTHMA., BRONCHIT. IH.CATAKKHIandallarr..t ons of the LUNGS. btoial VtranomtnU of 'the NER VJU 8 YSTKMs rr KI'OODj nd for ill JwneMoai i DUorJtrt of lb liemaeA and .eisJ. It HnmtMaUlf Imrnm the rnffA and itmm iaiTS thffltHotd. It snbduei tha tWs ad aaai', and dlmtniihea tha Jmittteatkm. . it awes the aigAI tmntt, always, la from mm to tonrltm daft, , Tba dmWi ii at eneetostyaraM, and the patient rei4ty faint at tba eoaeA. and tha iiffltnlt brtatk'M are speedily railTed; tha sleep baaomcaaalra and refreshing; ihtttaeuaUont rffl"S and miorm. AlA, THB OKNKKAL fr-MFTOMsT OF CONSUMPTION. ASTHMA, JtROKCHITlR, a. DI8AFPKAK WITH A MAtLY AH'iONIsrllNO RAPIDlTf. " 4hi'UEMCKlPT10N should ba esrd In every ease whara tba Physician prescribes "Couoa Mix DKi,""ToNica," Iron, Acids, Bam, QDimxa, Cod LivaaOa, Waisiv, As., and in every disease, MHiiTimntiii kkovk, in which there ii ex ibitedaayeaeormoroof tba following; , r . .i.,.m8TllPI)(8i .1, tHtfivlltr trrtgular BrtaiMng Lots tBrtatk, CrufK. Waiting of fitth, light Svtatt, Butting train lh Lnntt, Lota at Sir math, Lott tf Appt 6entrol JttHlity. DtbiMy tf Prtgnanoy and ilunina, Flyint taint through tha thouldtrt, Chttt, I at tr Limb, UruralgUJftrtovt Utadaeht, Mtroovt PrftrtUnn, btroout Irritation, Oiddi. n or Dttointt, JtottttUt PaUnttt, Sort Thront, Jtrtwint, Siplnt, Dytptptia, Hour Stom mth;Utart wm," Opprtfton or- knkimg of lit 0mach btltrt or alor tattna, OontUpaUon, Jit mitttni Fttr,kt,,t., and mraoiiLLT in all malt IHtordtrt or Vitrimt IrrtgvlariHit. luoh at JHfflOHti, fmnul, Mupprtutd, Scanty, SotttHtt, jMaftd, frtmaturt. or too Jhrtouont MtnttrnaHtn. . " MtmteluoBta tfm Patlaaita, e. iYaatirarlBtloa tarad mrdaufhtar'i Ufa, and aa Md a bndrd of dollan."'-Kar. , Hon riiTS,KaniaB,M. Y. VWa Wait Uod far tba banaflt wa hara raoairad rota roar Praparea Franriplion." KaT. t, i'XRI larni. JJIeubai, Pann i'Iwk aaa to whom I hara raaommandad it baa kanaauad tuA kjr iu uia."- Bar. C. i). JoMia, Ba aiav Wi. -i , . , biBb Heom, AtroB Plaoi, N. 7. In thaearlj y art of Fabraarr, U6, I iu auffarinf from ari laat ooaib, for whi.b I bad bean treated durina ala noathe preriouilr without benefit. I had Jiahi Mttatt whioh aomplatelr proetrated ma. In tha erenint, boaraanaea would eutna on, whioh would JraranVoi fro pakini abora whiaper. 1 bad hen had twoaltaeki of blaedin( from the lunra. if Familr Pbjiioian atiarad ma that ha could do (a anra for mo, -1 waa trowing rapidljr wore, and bees aempatlad to leare baimaai for nearly two fiontbe All m imptomi indteated. nuiitaka 17.tlia wreienea of CUMSUMPT1UN. In the be ginnint af f ibrnarr, Mr. UgMRT PiaaiR, trtat ttrtr otht Jmtriean iblt Sotitty. pretentet mo wlh a bottle of tha PKEPAKK1J V KESORIPTION. laafewdari. mr appetite (whioh 1 had entirely lott), returned: within a week, mr eonih had almost Wft me; atd In lot than two weeka the Might Stotatt were broken a p. Thenceforward I regained tronilB vapidly, and am now regularly attending tn mr da tieeaaelerktotheAMbKiUAI) HlttLK 60C1KTY la whoae employment I hare been nine yean . I am BOW enieyint (rood bealth. Your rHtBCKlFTION floated a Cli RK, whoa my fnenda deipiired of my. feeorery. . TH08. i. CofiOfcR. 1 bare had JiRTOtrioi rasnoDio Asthma for leren yeara. Uuring tha laet lii eaia I bare uer arbiii an aaintarrapted niibt'a net. Itoften leero- wpaaa an aDinierrapiea didi reel, lioiiei 4 to me that 1 would die bet ore I eould get fiyinmte.. laaflared ao greatly from 'ibort; reatb.' that 1 waaeompeflad to take frequei Eet air into ortnen of la walking from my mideao to my plaoe of busi- "The nUht" before I obtalred tha 'PREPARED PRESCklFTlOM.'w-e the wont 1 rarpaued. Vaobtalniag tba remedy, I Vxk a taaepoonful at eon and again at night; sad elept all night without waking.' hare hot mad a rokin moht'srist irob. v. vi . hare now oonpletely reooTored m itrength and ipiriu, and am not at all afllieied with ibortneii of breath.' 1 ihall ba glad to bare Jn rone afflicted with Aithma oall and tee me, ,ZKAO.l.AyDOf,No. KH Fourth 8t.,M. Y-" . TJie"PRnPAUUPRKSi;RIr'T10N"ii put up la a 1 boHle, and ia told by Keuil by all Druggiiti IwOolambae, and by lrugglita generally, or orderi may beaddrwsed totheHoleProprietori.UlSOAKU. MUtKa UU., (Jortlandt it..M.Y. Ooniolta tion free. A CiraulA'.oontaining FARTIGULAH8 OP MANTOAits aueeea tally treated, will be lent free. py man. 10 an woo win write lor it. .HoUWholeaale and Retail by B. E. SAMUEL CO. ' lepM-dAweowly A Cough. A Cold. Or A Sore Throat, 'RgquiRgg mutDiATa attintiom. AMD SHOULD Bl OHIOXID. T.W ALLOW CD TO OMTlNUg. 07T IrritattlM ml thai Lunge) A f o Foraena 'fhraat Dl tr Cwnanajat- t I OPTIK fBI MgCLT. DROWN! DBOKCUIAL TBOCIIEI BATma A DI1BCTJBHPL' IMOI TO THg fASIg fmr Ilre)ichltla. jAatama Catarrh, -. -;iiatianiHT mmn lareai wiieaieei T10CB18 ABB tJD WITH ALVATI flOOD gDOCBgg 9ll BIN(?EEI ARDTUB1I0 BPIAKER8 ' Win find TVocAej neeful In olaarlngthToiee wbea S ken before Singing or Spa king, and reliering a throat after an unuiael exertion of tha roeal organr.' The JVocii are raoommended and" pre aoribed by Phyilciani, and bare bad teatimoniali from eminent men throughout th -country. Being an rtUlaof true merit, and baring provtd thai affieaey by Ant of many yeara, each year findi them In new loaalitiag in rarioui parti of tha world Mdj)h TrttAtt are unlrenally pronounoed better tbn other MtioUi Obtaim only "Buowx'g Brow sin Trocbbi,' 1 and flo Hot take any of tho Wo thUtt JmiUHt that may bo offered. BOLD BTBRTWBIRB, norll-dtwea i lJ ' imS PERIODICAL DROPS l TOE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY FOR ' IRREGULARITIES. ' " i - - Tbei Drop area aelentlfloally compounded fluid preparation, and better than any Pille, Powden or otrum.' Beiag liquid, their aotion lidiraotand foaitiga, rendering tbem a reliable, ipaedy and ear tat ir ipeeiflo for tha oure of all obitruetionf and iup premlooe of nature. Their popularity ii indicated by ilia fact that or ar loe.ooo bottlei are annually gold aad pomwined by h ladlee of tho United Btate Ty one of whom rpoak In tho atrongeet tarma of waiie of their grant mariti.- "They are rapidly tat Ing tha plate of trery ether Female Remedy, and are considered by all who knew aught of them, aj thfioreie, aafeetand moet infallible preparation In tba werld for tha ran of all female aomplalnta, tba remoral of all obitrnatloaj of nature, and tho pro awtfeu of bealUi, regularity and itrength.1 Explloit diraotloni itatini when they may be mad, and ax piaMAk'irbn' nd why they ihould not, nor ould not bo aed without produolng eaoeti eontn g.to BAtBW'a ohoaen law, wlU be found oarefully folded areund eaoh bottle, witb tha written ligna 6M f Johm L. Ltoh, wltbout whioh none ax gen- .iiFlU 30BH L'tT0JT 1M Chap.' traati 'Mow Haven, Coans. who oaa be aoniulted itierperaonanyor oy mail unoioaing itampj, eon s.nliig all private dlteanai and female weakneMea, .IdVte-r.ryjwh..LABK ' ' ' " General AgenUfox U. b. and Canada. ' ep1-awly. ' " jpONTACiOl's) DISEASES.-Watcr. mutt Be adapted to too nature ui too bio, or wero wiu be np jpsreaaai .tho loll must be adapte I to tha leed, at than will baamall return n and tba human body moitoontaln impuritlei, or there will bo no tiok neiiV Tb man whoio bowtli and blood hara boon IrtQiedbyefew ,.,.,,,'...;,.'' r-" ; ;;.', brasdbetjj pitxs. ;. nay walk through infeoUd diitricU wltbout fear. "The life of tba fleih U in tho blood." To Monro kWtk tre baaVUUE BRAKDRETH'S PILLS, bo oauie weoannot beilok bnt from anhoaltby aooa BolRtioni in tho bbwolt or th bloody Whioh Bran dreCh'l PlllirojiOT tbli method I followinf aa tqrt, and U taf. and bag stood tbi tnt op naa. So S. Brandnth la whit letMr 4a th Gorern ajant tamp.1' Mold by all OruggiiU. , -r , aaM-aawua m .....A.l xai gala klg IUIIm. W , M . DR A. B. WlUUMa, Wait JJroadway, nea High itroat, UotarnDB, vnio, aa aerotea mm eel oraieriei of yean to th trea ment of eertia pri waUdliaaaM. Uemay beoonrnltedgt hil effloe- effloe- wate iieue Mtwmt Broaowhy.'naM thXhHt Batdg ri .V imiu'- i , ' J AMUSEMENTS. KLUILKIt S ATHEXElJiri. JOHN A. ELL8LER .........MaitaobbJ ' Farewell Benefit of MLLE. MARIETTA RAVELt On which neeiiion aha will appear in a rpeakjng prti in addition to her wnderful performance on the Tliht Rope, dlaplaying hoy feati of a moit tnrlllng nature. I Thli FRIDAY EVENING. DEO. tth, 18W, The entertainment will eommenoa with new and toniihlng Keata and Erolutiona npnn ehe Tight Rnpe. For full paatioulan of wblob 10 daily pro gramme!. The Berformanne will AnnntnitA wtfl, V,m a,Im prated beaut llul play antled TDE ANGEL OF MIDNIGHT j Or. Tha Faatprlata af Death. the Angel of Midnight, y A Woodcutter. J..MAKI15TABAyiSIi. Vt. Paul Kernarr ....Mr. Mark Bate. . Baron I)a I.ambeob v Mr. K. Murray Day. n il'lle Marguerite ....Mill Clara Morrii. ,r o., ao., ao., ao. To-morrow elonlna nliht of the Comnanr anil lait Appearanoe of M'lle Marietta Rare). GRAND VOCAL L AND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT, To be (Iron by tba COLUMBUS MAENNERGHOR, Aillated by Miu Caroline Sohneider, tha great Pi anist; Prof. H. Bohirner, and the Columbui I'rnid Harmonic, Columbui Liederkrani, and a grand Or eheitia,attho OPXinA XXOT70XI, ON ; Saturday Evening, Dec. 8, 1866, For the benefit of pniriip BAU0OB. e PROF. KARL SCHOPPELREI, - CONDUCTOR PROGRAMME. PAHT PIHBT. 1. Grand Orerture Poet and Peaiant Orchestra. S. The Tempcat-Bau Solo U. W. Frillman. S. Grand Kantaiiia, for the Piano By Lint Hiu CAhOLINa SCHNEIDER. a, Reoitatire and Hmn From Htndolla j Capt. HEYDEand Prof. SCHIRNKR. (. Wla hab iob lie geliebt, by Moehring ! Drum Harmonic, i Wetn. Lieb and Lied, by Abt... ....Liederkrani ( pa Waldrnegelaini . .K, i DiaMainacht j B' Abt- j . MAENNERCHOR. ' '' FART 8K00ND. 1. Die Geiaterichlioht (Battle of Spirits.) grand vnorui wiln Urchertral aoeompanlinent, by tba ! Maennerahor. Druid Harmonic aud Liederkrana. 9. Lor Wanderer Ban Solo, by jSohuberth a. Fantaiila, for Violin (Old Dog Tray). . i By Karl Sohoppclarl. 4, Chorut "Llaaoben, ........ Maennerchor, Druid Hnrmonio, and Liederkrani 5. Orerture, Zampa by Harold Orchestra. Concert to commence at 8 o'clock. Tieketl, 60 centa; Rcierved Heat. 75 oentl. Tob bad at Jobn beltier i Music store. BS?The full Concert Giand Knabe Piano, nied on tini occasion, ii kindly furnished by Mr. John Seltier. dec6d3t 8FECIAL NOTICES. JULES JARED'8 "EMAIL DE PARIS." Tho New BeauUfier of the Skin. i TESTIMONIALS FROM CELEBRATED . LADIES: Tbia secret of beautifying the iktn being known only to Messrs. Jared A Reno, they honorably itat that it differs from all other preparations. It girei to the most harsh and freckled skin both tho texture and color of polished ivory, removing all dloolora tlons, whether appearinas frecklej, tan, morphew, moth, or blaok-worm speckl, and is especially suo oeaif ul in imoothing out tho marki lift by tha ex all rox. TbaagenU of "L'Email deParii" most confident ly lubmit to tha publio the earnest indorsement! of inch distinguished ladies as 8IGN0RA RI4T0RI. ' M'lle FE LICIT A TEST TALI, Miss MAGGIE MITCHELL, Mrs. D, P. BOWERS, LUCILLE WESTERN, Mdm'e P0N1SI. Mrs. EMMA WAL , , . LER, LUCY RUSUTON, NOEMLE DE MARGUERITTES. Mis AGNES PERRY, and many others, whoa high standing in th pro fession girei th itamp of truthfulossi to their in telligent and genuine approval. The Beautiful Luoillb Wbbtbbb nyi i I find that the "Email" produce! all tha brillian cy of rouge and lily-white, with the great and pecu liar advantage of total harmleisness. It really add to the softness and beauty of the skin, rrv,. u :a. v. . ,u, Nuiumu I.DIIUIHII f I I have luflered io much from tha varioui whit lotions, Ao , which my theatrical profession obliges me to use, that I consider it a perfect benefaction to find a preparation whioh gives the neoessery whiteness to the skin, and leaves th ikin cool and mooto. . r MisiMAOSiiMtTOBBM.iayi! 1 - I have tried tha skin be autifier. "L'Email da Par is," and found that it instantly imparts a natural bloom and freshness to the oomp'axion. "Jared'l Email do Paris" ii nsed as a cellcate beautifler of th skin for Theater, Saloon or .Ball Boom, by th most refined and sorupuloui ladies; producing all th beautifying effects of rouge and lily whit, without their vulgar glare or Injury to th skin. i Bod by all first-class Druggist, Psrfumirg and Ladies' Hair-Dresien, ; L. Iiabeau. 831 Broadway; Demai liars es A Ce., and f. 0. Wells Co., New York.and Eugene Jon- in, HI South Tenth street, and Johnston, Holloway A Cowden. Philadelphia, Agents. ' JARED ft RENK, General Agents and Importer!, New York. ! novSS-deod6m INVASION" I Doyovwlsh to bav your bair cauterised from the scalp f No. Then beware of th new brood Vltrlollo and Cauitio Dyes got op by nostrum-mon gers, who bear the same relatloa to th responsible t;nemnt wat " Pirates and Privateers Bear to honeit merchantmen. Remember, that tha experience of yean, and the very highest soiontiflo indorsements, guarantee th superiority of CRISTADORO'S HAIR DYE, Over every other in us. It ic purely vegetable, in. fallible and Instantaneous. . , Manufactured by J. CRISTADORO. a A tor House, New York. Boldl lallDrugglats. Applied byau ualrureaieri. decS-dAwlm ' MANHOOD: M HowLostI HowEestoredl Jutt TvbUthtd, ia ttattd Envelopt, Friat g atntt, A LECTURE on th NATURAL TREATMENT,' and Radical Cure of rlpermatorrbooa, or Meminal Weakness. Involuntary tinisiions, Sexual Debility,' and Impedimenta to Marriage generally: Nervous ness, Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits: Mental and rhainal Incapacity, resulting from Self-Abuse. Ac..' j Rost. J. Colvbbwbli, At. D., author of th ffrtm Book, Ao. 'A Baan ta Thanaanda at Suf f erern." Bent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ad drees, pott paid, on receipt of six oentl. or two cost. age stamps, by CHAKs. J. C. KLIN b A CO.. tin Bowery, now I org rostomoebox 4686 Also. Dr. CulverwsU's "Marriag Guide." nrb Koents, aug-d4w3ta wur nor use tub jukstt nvm twjtntv vritoi u j has established tha fact that Matbbwi' Vbmbtiam M AIR 1YB is toe best in the world. It is tha cheap it. tha molt reliable, and moat ennvaniant. I plate in one bottle. Dees not require any previous preparationof the hair. No trouble. No crook or lain P. h..l!r..l kl..b V . f erred. A child can apply it. Always gives satis faction. Only 7f oent per bottle. Sold everywhere, a v ma a muniirti a . A. s. ma t on n a, jaanuisoturer, R. x. DE1IAS BARN I. S A CO., New York. Wholeaale A genu. : Also. Vl.rniwa' Aknioa Bin fltmi n . ' itorins and dressing th Hair. j , . - n , Telegraphic. FROM MEXICO. Gen. Sedgwick's Operations at Matamoras. morua. ; Nkw Yoiik, Deo. 6 Tha World's prowiiBVille dlHpatcli had the following ad ditional particulars concernino; Qen. Sedg wlnk'a movement In Mexico: " The city of Matamora was eurrendrrerl toGcn. 8id,wick, cominandinsr the United ptates forces on the Itlo Grande, on the eveninjr ol the 24th Inst. Col. T. G. Per king, of the 19th U. S.-Colored Inlantry, wag placed in command. One hiindrcrl And eighteen men of the 4th cavalry crossed over and occunied tha r.ltv on that dav. The following were the terms of surrender : I 1st. Col. Canales shall place Matamoras nnder orders of the com hi under ol theU ii Ited States forces. ' 2d. The latter guarantees to Canates And his forces their liberty, and secures the gufety of their Interests. . j 3J. Persons and interests of all the In habitants of Matamoras are to be respected, no matter to what nationality they belong. 4th. The forces of Canales are to maintain their actual position. . ecu. jno forces snail enter the place ex cept those of the United States. The attack upon Mutiunorns began at Ave o'clock A. M. on the 27th. Escobado opnn ed his attack, the American Mag meanwhile floating irora me uovernment liouee. Brisk tiring continued up to 7 o'clock, but tins attack 'was r!Dulaeu at everv nolnt. The American force in the city preserved peace ana guarueu tne rerry, piactlcally acting as Drovost iruard. F.scohniln. who ia endeavoring to enforce the authority of uuarez, actriDuteu ins ueieat to the moral effect of the presence of the Americans. lie claims that orders were forwarded to Gon. Sedgwick from Washington to afford hint 11 the assistance which he might require in sustaining the authority of Juarez, and that Instead of doing it he has assisted Can ales, who is in open rebellion. Escobado'g loss in killed and wounded, captured and deserted, foots up 714 men. During the fight on Tuesday morning Col. Randall sent a message under a flag of truce to Escobado, Informing him that the United States forces held the place, and di recting that in no case should his forces advance beyond the lortltlcatlons without communicating with him. Escobado re sponded that he should be guided bv cir cumstances, that the American commander bad promised him to withdraw all hie troops save llfty men, and that he had oroKen nit promise by retaining 3U0 men In the place. Itandull. who had received orders In no case to tire on Ecobado's men, immediately made arrangements to with draw with the army in case he should be attacked. , The following Is a memorandum of the agreement entered into between Sedgwick and Escobado, prior to the attack: ' 1st. uen. aengwick assures (Jen. Esco bado of the continued friendship of the United States Government towards himself and the Liberal Government. i 2d. The American commander considers himself as morally lioldiu Urn city of Mat amoras under the tcrius of Canities' sur render of that place to him, but it is for no hostile purpose as regards the force com manded by Gen. Ecohado, but to protect the lives and property of American and Other citizens. ' 3d. That the American commander will withdraw the armed force in case of au at tack, If made, with the exception of fiftv men and two oiHcers, who will report their presence to Gen. Escobado, should he cap ture the city. : 4th. That the United States forces shall hold Santa Cruz and the ferry, and that no armed men shall cross to the American shore. This agreement had not been made known to Col. Randall when he sent out the Hag of truce. Gen. Sedgwick's aetion is incom prehensible. It seems tti it he Intended first to take possession ot die city, and then eventually iiauu it over to Escobado, and afterwards changed his mind and held the city to protect American citizens and other foreigners. A steamer just arrived from New Or leans brought dispatches to General Sedr wick, on receipt of which orders were is- M.t - I J I t . I It sueu iur uie wituarawai oi tne troops irom Matamoras. Advices received here from the city of Mexico say tnat juajia lett that city Octo ber 2d, with orders to march on Matamoras with all speed. Another report says that tne Jiuerai torce uiuieriniuja and others were completely routed at the hacienda de Las Bacos, near San Louis Potosl. Quiaja elt the main army with one thousand cav alry and marched upon Monterey, which uau peen leu witnout ueiense. , . FROM WASHINGTON. Standing Committees of the Senate. ! Washington, Dec. 5. The following are among tne standing committees appointed i Foreign delations Mr. Sumner, Chair man ; Messrs. Harris. Wade, Fowler, Fogg, Johnson and Doolittle. ' Finance Mr. Fessenden, Chairman: ea . , a.. . . . . . ' Messrs. uerman, Morgan, Williams, Cat tell, Van Winkle and Guthrie., Commerce Mr. Chandler,' Chairman; Messrs. juornii, Morgan, .umunas, C-res well, Sprague and Patterson. I Tiriti Vv4af 1 klnrarnn PlialnmnM MAuisui tw gag w av a e aj ivs. tmt, uvi vuauuiau s Messrs. Pomeroy, Fowler, Riddle and uixon. i Agriculture Mr. Sherman, Chairman; Messrs. Cattell, Wilson, Cowan and Guth rie. Military A fairs Mr. Wilson, Chairman; Messrs. xane, uowaru, cprague, jtsrown, Neemlth and Doolittle. i Naval Affaire Mr. Grimes, Chairman; Messrs. Autnony, w uey, namsay, urogln, Nye and Hendricks. i Judiciary Mr. Trumbull, Chairman ; Messrs. Harris, Poland, Stewart, Frehng huyson, Johson and Hendricks. , - Post OJiee and JPost HoodsMr. Eamsay, Chairmau; Messrs. Connese, Pomeroy, Anthony. Kirk wood. Van Winkle and Dixon. :, ... , Indian Anansnr. Henderson, Chair man; Messrs. Trumbull, Morrill, Boss, Is'esmlth and Doolittle. ' Claims Mr. Howe, Chairman; Messrs. Williams. Sherman. Wiley. Fogg. Frellnsr- huysen and Davis. District of Columbia mr. Morrill. Chair man; Messrs. Wade, Sumner, Henderson. Nye, Patterson and McDougal. - . I emtoriesMr. w ade, Chairman ; Messrs. Yates, Nye, Cragin, Fowler, Davis and Cowo - - - ' Refugees Freedmen—Communication from the Secretary of War. i Washington, Dec. 6. The Secretary of War to-day sent a communication to the House in answer to a resolution calling for the amount of funds received bv tho Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands from its organization to the 1st of April, I860, Ac. Receipts from various sources were $907,390 28; total amountex pended, 9478,363.17 ; balance on hand Oct. 31st. 18G5, $429,033.11. Deduct amount held as retained bounties, 115,236.49; bal ance on hand Oct. 31st, 18(36, $313,796.62. The money derived irom miscellaneous sources, from which the current expenses of this Bureau were paid previous to July 1st, 1866, is now termed the refugees and freedmen' fund, to distinguish it from the regular appropriation. The statement shows the receipts and expenditures on ac count of the fund, from Nov. 1st, 1865, to Oct. 1st, 1806, to be, $10,210,784.04; the ex' pondltures $738,400.52. - The retained boun ty fund la $91,223.49. Estimated cost of transportation furnished on requisitions or orders of the Bureau to date ot April 1st, 1866, is as follows: Freedmen, $64,247.60; refugees, $10,455.36; ofllcers and sol diers, $1,642.18; civilian employes, $23.- 488.54; total, $102,833.18. Number of acres in possession at last annual report, 768,590, of which 277,122 acres have been restored, and 45 tracts of land, besides a number of acres not reported. By the con- stant restoration of the lands to the origi nal owners much of the property simply passes through the hands of the commis sioners from other departments of the gov ernment. - Secretary McCulloch's Report. It Is undertood here to-day that a ma-J Jorlty of the Finance committee of the Sen-, are are favorable to the recommendations ot Secretary McCulloch as laid down in hie. ntin.r 0 n riU. II' 1 -r ivpviuMvuiixicoi. xinj vTHjnnnu iueana committee of the House are also disposed to give his recommendations a favorable consideration. Tite proposition of the Sec retary, however, which looks to a resump-1 tlon of specie payments In 1868. finds no favor with the majority in either House, the Suggestion being deemed notonlv imnrae.- tlcable, but Impolitic. Don't Like the President's Message. Sir Frederick Bruce, the British Minister. And the Count De Montholon, Minister from France, 6 nd reason to complain of the President's Message. - , - FROM EUROPE. Arrival of Steamship Persia. Halifax. Dec. 6. The steamshln Persia. from Liverpool 21th ult, and Queenstown ?5th, has arrived. . . i The Paris correspondent of the London Morning Post writes as follows: According to French dispatches the time is rapidly approaching when relations of Great Brit ain with the United States will be more than dilllcult. This must bo known to Her Mnjestj's Cabinet if not by the public. . LiVKHi'OOL, Nov. 24. Richardson, Spence oc uo., quote Hour quiet ana steady; wheat buoyant at 13s 4d13s 9d per cental for winter red western; corn advanced Is, and Btlll tending upwards. Livkhpool, Nov. 24. Brfcland & Co., and others, report beef easier; pork flat; bacon quiet and steady; lard du Hand declined 6J. FROM NASHVILLE. Medal Presentation of Gen. Thomas. Nashvillk, Tknn.. Dec. 6. A Joint reso- lution was introduced into the Senate pro-'' Tiding that, , Whekbas, The Governor has received notice that the elegant gold medal voted to Mh). Gen. Thomas by the Legislature Is on its way here; and whereas Saturday, the 15th instant, is the anniversary of the battle of Nashville, . ; Resolved, Thalfwe celebrate that day In the Capitol by the presentation of said medal and by other appropriate ceremonies, and that the Government be requested to inform Gen. Thomas of the same, and in- Vite ids attendance at the Capitol ou that Occasion. FROM CHICAGO. A Defaulter Missing—Old News. Chicago, Dec. 6. Jerome B. Cliamplln," grain operator, is missing aud proves a de faulter to the amount of $30,000. He pur chased .wheat on credit, sold lor cash and decamped. : Craig's item about the exploit of Lieut. Ames against Sioux Indians is a month old, the congratulatory order of Gen. -P. St. George Cooke describing Ames' achieve merits having been published here several weeks ago. A Defaulter Missing—Old News. Laying the Last Brick--Fire. I Chicago, Dec. 6. The official ceremony of laying the last brick in our lake tunnel, was performed this morning by Mayor Bice, in presence of Aldermen aud guests numbering about seventy, after which there was a banquet at the Crib. Four wooden buildings th the vicinity of Union Stock Yard, were burned last night. Loss $10,000; fully insured. The frequency of incendiary fires in that vicinity creates suspicion of intent to defraud insurauce companies. ' FROM WHEELING. Murder—One of the Murderers Arrested. i Wheeling, W. Va., Dec. 5. Mr. Dins more, residing six miles from Washington, was murdered by two unknown men Tues day night. A man named Folger has been arrested on suspicion, and another, named Montgomery, still at large, is suspected. FROM CANADA. Fears of a Raid on the Toronto Jail. Toronto, Dec. 6. The authorities have received Information of an intended raid on the old jail previous to the 13th, for the purpose ot attempting to rescue Fenian prisoners. Extra precautions have been, adopted, and no visitors, unless well known to the authorities, are admitted. Dry Goods Market. "New York, Deo. 6. There is a better feeling noticed iu almost all branches of the trade. .There are more calls for goods of leading kinds and at very uniform stand ing prices. There seems to be a general belief that prices are as low as they will be at present, and with the shorter time on which the mills are running there is no overstock to be expected. Brown shirt- ings and sheetings are very firm on ac-' count of light stocks. Bleached domestics mu riibiiuiijr iii,uui ijiinii uiunu, miu CA cept lor a few leading prime qualities prices are rather weak. The following prices were on the bulletin board at Stew art's this morning : Androscoggin bleach ed L 25, a decline of 2 cents ; Pepperell B 20; Abbott A 20'i; D wight VV 18; Lyman C 19; ludaugusta 20. Prints more active but prices remain about the same. Agents are very firm, and as their prices are rather above those of jobbers a Blight advance by the latter is not improb able. Woolen goods in better request for Spring trade, aud stock of desirable goods is decreased. : , . Several Fires. i St. Louis, Dec. 6. Gloason & Martin's tobacco factory, corner of Broadway and Cttrr streets; Schroder & Co.'s grocery store, and Jacob Goldman's clothing, store, were destroyed by lire last night. Total loss 20,000 ; insured lor $10,000. A special from St. Joseph says: On Tuesday evening a fire broke out iu the dry goods store of Thomas & Lucas, in DeKalb, Buchaaan county. Loss $50,000; insured for 935,000, in Underwriters In surance Company. Mr. Thomas' dwelling house was also consumed; also the boot and shoe manufactory of Schneider & Murrens. Loss $000; insured in Under writer. Four dwelling houses were swept away. The contents were all saved, but there was no insurance. The Pacltio railroad has reached a point 800 miles west of Omaha. v - Explosion at Cleveland. Cleveland, Oh Dec. 6. An explosion occurred ef, the receivinjr-house of Clark, Jt'ayne on rouners, in tins city, to day. One man was killed and four badly burned, two ot whom it was thought would dio. ; Loss from $8,000 to 112,000; no In-, gurance. , , Governor Perry on the Constitutional Amendment. Charleston, Dec. 6.-Jovernor Perry publishes another letter against the const!-, tutlouul auicndment and advocating a ffen- eral convention of all the States. Wadding Mills Burned. Providkncr. Dec. 5.-!-Lud wick Braton's, waddlhfr mills, at Olnej'ville, were de stroyed by lire to-day. Loss $12,000. Ivl. GTUART c& CO; ' ' No. lOt South High Street t', COLUITIBUS, OHIO, ' Manufaotnrers k Wholesale and Retail Dealers la Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware. Also, dealers in Lawson'a Hot Air Fnrnaoes, tatse's Superior Knelish Cooking Ranges, Urates, W hits Marble and Alarbleised blate and Iron Jdan- ties, Ao..4o., and SOLE AGEST8 FOR ' B P. STEWART'S COOKING STOVE, And the noted Alligator Coal Cooking Store, COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Money Market—Dec. 6. MONEY-Marketmoderetive'y aotir at 7 per cent. STERLING EXCHANGE Firm at ltvlK. ' GOLD A shade better: opening t 13, advaao Ingl.il37X,andoli'iitigat )39tf. . . . GOVERNMENT 8TOUK.Li aotlr and asy, New York Stock Market—Dec. 6. ' Gorernment bonds steady at the following quota tions: ft-W coupons, "81, WIHrnVtlX; in do "66. Jan Oar' and July, I08J: A "gust 7-Mi lflSK VH; Jane do l06i(alo6X; July do MXKtW,. The goid market is heavy, aud oloeed at WA- The took market is moreaoiire and stronger at tne elnee; New York Central HOY: Erie 7!; Hudson U0; Beading 111: Miobiiotn rionthern T9; Illinois Cen- ral tl7; Pittsburgh Northwestern 67; do pre nrrel 70K; Toledo l)'l; Koek Island Fort Vayne Ohio A Mississippi certificates, its, f New York Market—Dec. 6. . ". : : COTTON S3 Kn formMdHmr nnlnns. HiUU It Rather more aotive: A7 SUj69 SO for an-. perfine western; AS SIKS10 SOforoomuion U) medium extra western; 10 7011 8i for choice do; A10 00( II -ii,f"r omnmon te goui) loipping braoos extra Iwu mi mmy vuiu, Uluailia UUI1. . WHIrtKY-Q iiet and without chatfge. ' WHEAT Rather more active, bnt ftrice without material change; 1 Sfr uo lor No. 3 Milwaukee. ; nte, duii and drooping.' ,-r,tn- t-mu I llAKLEY Without leoidedchange. i !llRN II-. v. mnA l. 1 TI1 11 . hipping mixed western in store; 1231 15 for do afloat, closing at inside quntatien; II 131 IS for white western, and (1 03'jtl OS for new whit south ern. ...... , . , OATS-Rath or easier; t,01303o for Chioago and Milwaukee. JOKKKE-DuII. i . 1 15 SUGAR-Dull; Cuba 1011 )fc. - ' ' . .' MOI.ASSKS-Uull; New Orleans 77839. ' ' PKTROLEUM- Dull: SKailla In erud. anil SlK3o for refined in bond. inner and uioderatirely aotire, sales 1.H00 hbls at-i0 00320 r.O for old mess, closing at $'JO 87 for cash; f'io 62 4-21 00 new do, and $20 00 for prime; also, 8,500 brls new men at A20, seller IO days; i'iO 60 II CO, sellers for January, and H W 21 SS, seller for February. 1 UKIiF-Heavy. liEEF HAMS Dull attSS'0031 50. , BACON Ouiet and heavy.' . . . ' OUT MEATrt Heavy; t&WAo for ihoulderi, and 11913c for hams. DRESSED HOGS Quiet: BH9o for western. , , LARD Lower; closing at 12fo. , : ' Bim'ER-Unohanged. . ' Chicago Market—Dec. 6. . i 1 FLOCR Dull, with light sales; choice extra ipring $10 90. ' WHEAT-QuJet and less firm; No. 1 2 08; No. S CORN Dull and wetk; No. 1 opened atSlo and Closed at BOX; No. 3 opened at 760 and olosed at 76o. OATS 40Xo. . . i, i . barley-i ioi is.' P0i(K.-Mess pork sold at AIT 50 cash, 'and 17 IS 17 60 sellers all January. :i : . ,: LARD 12o. ; DRESSED HOG3-1520o lower, with Bales at 5 Kit 50 perowt. Louisville Market—Dec. 6. , 1 TOTJACCO -SaloiBWidsof tobaoco at full rates'. ' COTTON 31o tor middling, . FLOUR Superfine 8 0010 00. w a KAT as eoss 70. ', CORN New in bulk 65o; oId85J00o. I OATS 64c. I IK)MS5So. ' i PORK New mess pork (19 50. ' LARIJ In tierces 12io. . VrtlISKY-Rw whiskySSo, " ,' . "' .' ' " HOUi Pork packing very dull, In consrquenco of the receipts of hogs being very large, with little or 00 doiuaad, and a declining tendency in prices, Buffalo Market—Dec. 6. FLOUR-Steadv. WlIhAT-Quiet; No. 1 spring 82 SO: No. S J 66. CORK In moderate demand; $1 03 for No. 1 Chi o. , . OATS-Quietat60o. KYK Nominal at tl 00. . . ' PROVISIONrt-Steady. DRESSED HOGS Dj moderate demand at IS 00 for 150 Ib-averages. WaiSKY-Firm. Milwaukee Market—Dec. 6. FLOUR Lower and active; superior winter AI2; AaIU. - NWHEAT-Aetiv;2 IW. for No. 1. and II 83 for PROVISIONS-Lower. . " . . : FORK-Messpork $16 00. 1 I DREaSKO HOUS Lower; IS 0098 75. . ' '. ' j : i NEW GOODS ' AT . GREATLY REDUCED PMCES. - t S LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY, Gents' White Merino- Shirts and Drawers at 9V.OO, worth A.0 per pair. Gents' White Canton Flannel Shirts and Drawers at $2.00, worth ft'A.SO per pair. Gents' Royal Ribbed -Wool Shirts and , Drawers at 93.50, worth 9a. OO per pair. Gents' White Merino Shirts and Drawers at 8 LOO, worth 95.00 per pair. ... . Gents' Brown Stout Heavy Shirts and Pants , at 9OO0, worth 90.50 per pair. . .. Gents' White Ribbed Shirts and Pants : at 9y.OO, worth 98.00 per pair. Gents' White Ribbed Shirts and Pants . at iO.0, worth 97.50 per pair. Gents' Scarlet Ribbed Shirts and Pants . at 97.00, worth 98 50 per pair. Gents' Arctic Fleeced Shirts and Pants at 95 75, worth 90.75 per pair. (iatj White Wool Shirts and Pants at 9H.OO, worth 913.00 per pair. , , v . Gents' Scarlet Cashmere Shirts and Pants 1 at 91S.OO, worth 940.00. Wool, Merino and Cotton Half Hose; Negligee Duirn; ravau, lies, icari, suspenders. Hemmed and Embroidered Hand kerchiefs, Alexandre's ir:.i. . . Jonvin's Kids, French Voke Shirts, Diamond . onirta. j- CHEAP! CHEAP" CHEAP CLARK & NISWANDER, NO. iai ROUTE HIQH St! aprSO-deodly-novU . i ,v FHE CHRISTIAN WITNESS. Rev. 7. F. GIYEIT, Editor and Proprietor. ' Published weekly on Friday, at CO II. TJ M B XJ n ; .OHIO. Of lice Io. 80 North High Street. , . jt,. . -'..AL8o 'i- ' --.-:'.'' BOOR AND JOB PRINTING. THE WITNESS AIMS TO BE A GOOD religious journal, free from the political rancor of the times and opposed to the mingling of polities and religion. . : It is an independent enterprise, but is conduct ed in the interest of the movement whioh looks to the establishment of Churches on a basis of free and simpleohristianit;. discarding all oreeds butthe liible. and all tests of Christian fellowship but that of a Christian life. It seeks to be entortaining and Instruotive to old and young, having a page devoted exclusively to the family giving ourrent intelli- tence, religious and aeoular, and reporting the mar en, East aod West. ). ' We hope all who are in favor of a Christianity free from politios, sectarianism and fanatioiam will extend to as tueir patronage, i j' f J. F. GIVEIT. fjEyETT; Ceo;. ; l' j (8l(,CiSS0BS to DAVfs A CO.) j' Xanufaoturera of . ' ' t'.'lv STOCK, CREAM AAD BOTTLED ALES, ! NORTH BHEWERY, 119 ITorth Tront Street, coLUMBu;'(pHib;-'A;!:;. Have now on hand a full supply of Stock and other Ales, of the very bast quality, and ara oonstaatlr manu'.acturing, from the best materials, j .Stock, Cream and EotUcd Ales', u Whioh will be sold as low M the same qualities ean be had in this region. - W ith unremitting attention to business and a de termined effort to please every reasonable lute as to the quality and flaVor of their brewing, they hope for and solicit the noouragemant of the people of voium eus ana lurrouncung country, , jWBW FAll fiOODS! O. EBERX.Y & CO. no. aoi south won street ' i ABE KECEITINO 4 HT.XV ANDWEIX seleoted stock of Kail Goodi. at extremely low prioes. - ' . i Vamcj Dreea Clooda Itlerlnoss Wool Plalda, Esnpreea Ootha, , Alpaca, Coltnritis, nelaiaa, Klc hawll. Cloaks. Miuuihm. .lUlrn'm-af 'niflrl.. ' ITaab Hkirts in great variety, Muslins. I'riots, Uinzhams, (laDDeK Linsers iu great variety, tJlotbs, Cassi hierei, Doeikios. 8tinets, Tweeds, JeauiWooleu Yarns, Home Made Flannels.Uod ripraada. Blankets, Coverlets. n, great Variety. '' i'i 't'"' !i;l.Iarsastobkof l.-j'-i'r-j ','i'T Eten and Boys1 Hats andCapsI Lower thsa can be bourht in tbeoitj, . .i.n , ' " ' L . -!: ir.'- ! ' i..t ..t j - - tl. ".in !v.v ! We have also added to our stock a nice seleotion cl lapeitrjr, taree-pijr, iiirai f)(ir aadilomp Whioh will bo offered at extreme! low orlces, c. i:iii:ki.v Ac c , .;, No. 264 Southeast comer High and H'riend ts.. janlK-eodl g t'OLUMUGd. 0 NOTICE. Subscribers t the Mineral Rail road Company. THK FOLLOWING -PERSONS HAVE been appointed bv us to receive and reo ipt for the F1KHT iNriTALMKNT OK FIVE DOLLARS l'KR HHARK rreauired bv law to ha n.i.li nh. scribed to trie Capital Stock of the above Uonipauv. wuicuuuuiu uevniu uuinre mo iiht appoiuteu lot the organir.atinn.Deceinber loth, WtB : : J. J . J AN.NK V, Hoard of Control Rooms, 13 South liieh street, ('nlnmbas. , i 41. C. W HITKUUltdT. Cannl V7inoliestr: -J. R. MUMAUQd. riiiokinir Vullev N.ltnn.l Bank, Lancaster. j. . , u. is.iiuw an, trirsAattonalUank, Logan. C, A, CAULK, Nelwinviiie. -I K. E. ilOORK, First National Bank, Athens. I M. M. URKRNE, 1 ' - - K.'H.' MOOKIi, ' I ' ; ; Co- 1 DOUGLAS rUAMJ ' P. fl.' Mr. flreeno has frrr thn nr-tnt f1rn loom for himself and tho Engineer, at 15 South High FOUNDRY AND MACHINE. SHOP. " T-t B i ! I A. V I E S , I MAHTTfiOTtrBKR Or '': " Portable "and Stationary Engines, caosa-cur or drao- saw and circular ' ;;-- BAWINO MACHINES, ' . AicofTj1 oa Betoora handle Lathes, Threshins Maohin". Mowers and Reapers. Iron Vaults and Kales, Huear Mills, Mill Works, Horse Powers, Uratiug and Fenoing, Brass and Iron Castings, Ao.,4o. ' Also, Agent for 1'itt s l'remlum Separator, manu factured at Dayton, Ohio. j AU Kinds of Kepalrlng at Short Notice. Draad Street, Corner of State ATcnaa, OL,U.TlBUM, OHIO. janS-dlreod ., WIST. O'niRBi. 0. W. CAKrBkXL. B.I1RBII u , CAMPBELL & BARBEE (Snccaeeore ta J. Ac L. Zettler,) '; TB0LB3iXI AND BBTAIIi ' DIALHB8 lit Foreign and Domestic Groceries, j PODIUCE, VATEB LIME, nisrii IjIquors, ' ; PLASTER, &c., &c. COR. FOURTH & FRIEND STS. COLUMBUS, OHIO JulvSI-dtf : LOUIS BERGE c CO. i ' , rANUFACTCRER8 OF ,; GRAND ANDiBQUABE .:,.PJ.,A,w..o,.S Viz:: Warcrooms-79T BIccckcr " Street, , , (becondiilock westof Broadwajr) . : U'B'Wi "5T:'-0' XI. . ': I !,. t . I )' - i., THE PIANOS mAKUFACTTTRED BY this firm are indorsed by all the lea line artists of the eountrv for their powerful, clear, brilliant aad sympathetic tone; also for their durability and rxuaueut. wo ameueuipj neveu vctavee jtosewooa Pianot. with' our srand Freneh reDeatins aotion. earved less, soroll desk and lyre, and a written guar anttt forfivt years, for 30iK-a;i50. Circulars eon- lamina fun descriptive lists, witb recommendation! Irom all parts of theoountry, tent free on application- scpll-eodly-nov20 NEW, PERPUBIE iFOR THE HANDKERCHIEF. I ' !l,r, slHIj . . I i. I'1': A mat Cxqiiisitc', Delicate nnd Prsu ; grant . Perfume... Dlsiilled , fraua tne ; Rare 4 aaa .Beaaiifnl , Flewer sroaa , which it taUcn lis antne. MsnufRCturedOnlyby PIIAI.OIV cV OM. ' Beware of Counterfeits. I Ath firr Vhnlon'nTnke no other. ! - . ' Bol by dnijglits generally, i fe'-ddiwsowcm ' THK 8TOHE IK OWTMNE It LOCK on the corner of Town and Third streets. The above property is in perfect condition in every par ticular, and can be purchased very cheap. Posses sion given immediately. For terms and particu lars, apply to , 8TEBBINS, T0WNE k CO.. 164 South High street, Columbus, Ohio, novi-dtf MERCUANT .- TAILOR. . (Late Cutter for J.GundersheimerJ i - . CORKER OF HIGH AND LONG ITRXBTS, " Millers Joyoe's New Blook, (up stain.) , , ! oeUKdaia '"I " ' COLUMBUS, O, j " itch t tTcn : rrcn : SCRATCH! SCRATCH! SCRATCH ! WH EATON'S ' OINTMENT tVIU Car th Itch. Itt 48 Uoars. i Also cures SAL 1 RtfEUNC tl.CERa. CHIL- flLAINS,anai ERUPTIONS OV THE HKIH. 'rice 60 oenU. For sale by all Druggists. Bysend ngsnconu to WltEKS A I'OTTKK, Sola Agents, iu v asniDgiou street, uosion, it will i lorwarded nv nail, fraa of Dostase. toanv dart of tha llnil.l "5 vfl M Y PECIAUfJOtlCES;, UauaebaldlNeceealtir JExlala far tfca . . . ...... tiare af - nunno'8 ' catakrii , i jfp, I 'WhloV.in tne first stages of a oold.aoU likeaugia klleadaoha, Jioaifeaess, li'theria, and ProaohitU, j BoraEjM,l)oafoess,Jiad Taste afJ,,i)ilj beina. the result of Catarrh.- This tiuui remo.es and pTa4 JvenU all theie, aad Insures a bsalHty ,llnd. ll eEfecU are pleaaant n4 jafe, areq fur, lntai whatr iaBerfromBnullies.noii , ., ,nVpi nill ,liiw I It "si tus highest proleesiena) testimonials,! Hoi ) by all Druggists, at sent by Wail to ail part of Uk Br 1 ar M t aata.fer One Box, or tl for foarjiaxes. -iioia A t WbaTesalai Pir AM "M a u fti'i, (la'f Parle Riw.ie Tarkv vy ol vjmaee-lyuAw.'ciI , 1 " " in' i HJGl1ICW.fl,THC8Gnj,TIPa.U0T0.i:: tiled bv the btiflllesihfnu'glrotrt'l?iWp Aroroved by tba imperial tichool Of ,ilediolnl 'ans: ! Indorsed Vy the, prominent MemVemof the Amor Bin lledioal Afiociatitip; at thoir )onventioh, held , n Baltimore. Slav lst.-lMA." tfeaiafcu no Knlriit l kny ii,aol therefore m I , lti- jl-o-'f I 'f I It iiprepnrad in Paris front' onraHheiTv. ind a&r niu iu lis composition pmy ,iomo. arotnaua anA t Ubrlfngt Substances' ' ' r ,r' 1 subsUneed ' ' ' ' , ' ' mj wi l find H adelfeleus lubstftute fo the'' inios which have an aioobotjebedyf f -"1 VI' i'KHUi is a rare wine of, most d'light- (f I ttSDIXR Wl tarioui tonii 1 MUSCAT Fill flAVnr li i. in. MM Uttfm n yw Am11..7: - 1 grajt. It surpassos In excellence any Uhle wide ia ' the country. Uiedr in Kurose for saemoseatal pur- f poses. Oliuroh people areiiivited to inquire into iUjt i.J?P." Tfi suroaold by Hl druggisu.and by K, iONES A HON and HOUiJTON A GARbWER,Co umbavOhio. .. '! i" i T.. i..i ( it ii.,: .1 ii! i lAAdbeM: COj4X9 laugS-deo'dly'' ' f--4 i i -i ' m i., i in ,, i i J l .i -i -i! BAISKiniO HOliSB Or u ..-Lm Carrier Wmi V Naaeaei f tM Wew tairat. t In connection with oar houses in PhlfadelphiaUnd ' Washington.' we hare opened A '.NBW YORK I HOUSE at above location and offer our services tf lianks, Bankers, and Investors for the transaction of ' heir business In this city, including purohases and ' sales bf Oovr KNMENt BkcPKmis, Stocks. BbNvt' AND Uolo. Wa are eomuntly represented at tke' Btock Exchange and Gold Board, where orders sent i us are promptly filled. We keep en hand alull sapplT f GOVKtlNMISNT SECURITIE8 OF ALLIgSDES," uving and selling at ourrent prioes.' and allowina eorrenpondeuts the most liberal rates tha market I norus i.J .-:. .';i-i, i iii . i-i :') . -)'.. JATiCOOKITA-COj ,1) i ma--1y Awd" ' ( 'II KlrlKi I'l'J Colgate's Aromatio Vegetabla Boap.r A superior Toilet oat, prepared from refln-'1 ed teiretableOlie'i'wmbinatioB w cer i n e , and eipeoislly deaignedi for the Je aff Ladlea'knd for the Nisraery.-' Its perfume 'tl1 (xquisit. sind its washihif propertiei1 UnrivaHed.'i FotshI bv all Druivirts '" " ' 'fbblWAwlr'l a i ' at . : : " ,j" '"i 'i Me-ML . aMlalM,j(''t ! This is an article for washing without rubbing, , except in very dirty planet, whioh will require a' verr slight rub, and unlike other preparations offer n ed for a like purpose, will not rot thi cloth aa t but will leave thorn inuoh wuitsr than ordinary, meth'ids, without the usuat wear tnd tear, ' ,1 It removes grease spots a if by magta and soft I ens the dirt by soaking, so that sinsing will ia ordi-T nary eases entirely re oove , it, , h i,,, i,., ,, This powder is prepared in accordance with cbem 1csl science, and upon a process peculiar to itnelt -which is seoared by Letters Fateat. It naa beea iai use for more than a. rear,, and .has prove i itself en), universal favorite wbarever.it has been used.- Among the a lvaatagea claimed tre the following.' Tilt ' ' ' ' ' .'.-.) -.ii..4 I It saves all the expanse of leap usually used oaV cotton and linen goods. ' , . i it saves most of tho labor of rubbing, and waei'. and tear: ' ' '" 1 Also, for oleanina windows H la sunesed.-.i jWith one quarterthetimeandlabor usually requir-; pd it imparts a besutifulgloKi and iuitre.muoh i perior to any other mode., No water required. ex oent to moisten the powder. ' ' ! - ' j iJireotions with each package. ' i-i ' t-i I , And oao be reuiily appreoiated bv a single trial. Theooatof waebing for a family of fir. or six . per-: soni will not exoeed thrxiicknth.' The manufacturers of this powder are aware tbagl many useless oomponndi have been introdueed to) the public which bare rutted the cloth, or failed ia removing the dirt, but knowing the intrinsic excel-; lenoeof thin article, they confidently proclaim it a1 being adapted to meet a demand wbiob has long ex( ia'ed.auii whioh has heretofore remained 41ns up-, plied. ,,,,,. '.','"' j-MOWK'.A; STKVENS'i"" I , '' ' 20 Broadway. Boeton.' ALSO. MApUFACTRKRS OF fAMIL" Dtjt ! For sale by Grocers and Dealers eveTywherel ' I eott-dSm "' . " 1 1 s ' 1. 1 " Instantaneously. Silyef,1 Elating I. AKrrOLIS OP ci n ,. Zfa -mo 1, ! ":; BRASS, COPPER; GERMAN SILVErT.' &CL'';,,"'I Restoring the plating whpre worn off; 'and tot ' . leaning and Polishing v a . J j BIIVER AND SttVSE 'PIATSD WASK,' i This moit useful invention of the age is a prep- . aration of pvrt tUvtr, and contains no taereurvi; acid, or other substance injurious to metals or the ' hands. It is a oomplete eleotro-plating battery lea a bottle. Price 60 aeau per botUe. .For sale bf. 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