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. , Uitmxouxucu. Tabu, prepared and orreeted-bj- T. J, Saraice, Jeweler, 83 r 8oth Hlgb street: - , . i. TflBgoiY, Hot. I. WW Q'ioelKX JT. 1 J Bafowettr. Thermometer T A.M. MM 4t 4 H M 44 14 M rif.iu. 40 .iuAn ' : .f- U M i Rmu BlsettJU..... 4i I Sue Seta.. 2foTAT.PoBLic Lorenzo 'Enjrllsh was on yesterday appointed a Notary Public lor Franklin couuty, by the Governor." DtsciPUNB. Question arises. If the chief ot a police force should order one of his men to, arrest the course of events, ought tthe man to attempt It without a magls pirate's warrant? , " Firb. The alarm of fire yesterday morn Inz between 7 and 8 o'clock was occasioned rby the roof of Mr. ' Awl's home, on Town street, taking fire from a defect In the flue. -It was extinguished before any damage rwas done. - -A ' -' . ,r ' , ; ..5 Wbbk of Pratrr. -At a recent general meellngof the Young Men's ca lstian Asso. -clatlons of the United States and Canadas the present week was designated as a week of prayer for the success of Christian efforts . among the young people ot the land. -Received A Call. Dr. Goodwin, pa tor of the Congregational church of this city, has received a call to take charge of the. First. Congregational chnrch of Chi cago. We are not informed as to Dr. Good .wlu'B acceptence. . ? : : ? : ',Doht Forgbt. There will be a lunch ' to-day at Ambos' Hull and a second festi val at night. We would advise all who attend to-night to see the Skating KinTc scene, one ot the most pleasing illusions ever looked at. . , . .' '' L The Palmbb House Polka. We have ieen presented by the talented authoress, Mrs. Frank L.? Allls, with a, copy ot a very beautiful piece of music entitled the Pal mer House Polka, published by Lyon & Ilealy. of .Chicago, and Illuminated 'with a most correct picture of the Palmer House, Indianapolis. Of Mrs.' Allls' great ability as a musician we were aatlsfl 'd, from the unqualified praise be stowed; upon her by . her i acquaintances In Chicago and Indianapolis.--'If anything were wanting though to es'abllsu her fame. this sweet, composlttou would, do It. For her kindness the lady has our heartiest , Squaw, Winter. Y- sterday we enjoyed a full aid p-r'ect Installment of that dell 'clous period known in the West as ''Squaw Winter The wind was eager and nip ping, and all the day spirts of snow and piifls of cold, cold wind varied the enter tainment and made' us think of winter. After Squaw Winter we will enjoy that delightful season, of tw lve to fifteen days duration, Indian Summer, to us the most enjoyable portion of the year.. ... ..aa Bl'S3sd I th : man who Invented sleep." said Saicbo Panaa. Still more blessed is the man who invented the means of rem edying' the neglect and misfortune that changed my locks grey before my time, or "reaped ti-e harvest of my hair before the Season- of my decay. ... To -Barrett's Vege table. Hair Bestoratlvo must be ascribed merits possessed by few or none of the usual remedies for baldness and premature "jprrey hair The te tim n a's ol Its efficacy .are numerous aud irreproachable, i ' . , ; .AsniBOA bl What a power pasteboard wields. At f exhibition doors fly open, nollcemea tand oolitelv back, the world makes way, and there is an "open sesame" general v. 5 :Evn the portals of religion fling wide its pan -la.1- It takes the travelei from, the Atlantic to the Pacific, and even sees him across the oceans. Wnat, In lac "may not be seen, or had,; 'or enjoyed by this maglclanV wand 1 'Without It where are you ? v'n the almshouse, and almost the police sta l n, ia 1 ed again t you. 'All of which sho ys that if you want to be anybody, ot see anything, you must get 'the uA sufficient pasteboard.. ..;.-) T ' ii i i aa i ' ' COCJfTT COMJUSSIONBRS' MEETING. At ft meeting' of he couuty Commls-loners beld la the Auditor's office, on Tuesday, cHov. vilh, Messrs. i arbee, Gulick a id Kii- wards being - present, the following bills were allowed r 'John W. Bussell, work on Clark Hive, $111; Tippett an Co., lum ber, $12,37; Columbus Printing Co., ad vertising time of hoi ling court, &c $27 ; J. D. Osborn, $7,25; J. Andrew, pi mblng, .$8.50; Akins t Stewart, for county clerk, $4,23 ; E. B. Armstrong & Co., work and repairs, on itoves in court room $69.66; Crisis o.'Bje. advertising taxes for 1867, $133; William Gardner, Dalance.for repairs on bridge, $13 ; Ohio Statesmen Co., ad vertising times of holding courts, $30. - Opera Housb. There was a fair atten dance at the Over House last night, though not at all commensurate with Manager Derwort's deserts and the general worth and ability of the company. -Mr. Phelps, as Rlchlleu,' ddes not suit our Idea of the wiley Cardinal, he Is too sf lwart and mus cular to jump with our notion of the part, though he plays it finely, and reads wjth a clear, distinct enunciation, and Is very -happy in bis rendition. - He was well sup ported by the company, which is vastly Improved,' and the entire entertainment Is one deserving the approbation and patron age of oor citizens. - 1 - ---- - ' , -rj. - - - - Crimb in4- Columbus. The following table will give an idea of the variety of -offences and number of each for whlcn parties have been arrested and tried before Mayor Bull during the month of October: Prank and disorderly Intoxication i... Breach of the peace Visiting house of ill -fame. Disorderly , Kignrirg. ....... Vagrant-.-.. Attempting to pick pocket. ...... Leaving hone anhitobed...., Throwing stones i street. .TotaV...'...:.;i,....; ......;...... Of these there were eighty majes and 3 en females.. '. , ' Policb Court. After a Btorm comes calm, after a full attendance of the galoots "at the police court, comes a decided falling off In business. " Sylvester MuGafney, filled with benzine and a desire to rest : himself, carefully pre pared him a nest ou the sidewalk; like that other hero, his "lodging was on the cold, cold " ground." Having, gently, sweetly fallen asleep, he grumbled somewhat when the faithful guardian of the nljjht waked him from his dreams of bliss. The Mayor lined Stephen $15 and costs, which he paid ana aepartea, minting, doubtless, that a .very high rate for outside lodging.. . Frank Weaver is not a weaver although he Is a Weaver. . This was sometime a par adox.' But when be is full of laughing gas, And primed with pure oenzine, his ways are so crooked, that one might declare htm In a "weaving way." For being druuk he was fined $5. and in default went over. -William Holrtdge was found by an offi cer lying on the Bidewalk In an Insensible .state,, though he had but lately joined the galoots,:; He was taken ' to the station house.,-Yesterday morning he made it ap . pear to the satisfaction of His Honor, that he bad not bees', under, the influence, but i that, on the contrary, he had been knocked down and robbed,' and was lying Insensible from the effects of bis beating, when found pytaeomcer. lie was discuargeu. 1 ' I TbaNSFBKBBD YcSTIRniT Th fnllnw. ing transfers of real estate were left at the Recorder's office on yesterday : John S. Gard and wife to Jacob Good man, Oct. 5th, the west half of lnlot No. 734 In the city of Columbus, for $900. Prlscllla Mallony et al. to Henry K. Ful ler, Nov. 25th, 1865, 7 acres of land in the town of Worthinsrton. for SI. Christiana Koons to James Bevelhvmer. Oct. 16th, quitclaim to 63 acres ot land in Plain township, for $60 60. Richard Reynolds and wife to John Ml eales, June 3J, quitclaim to tnlots Nos. 4, 5, 6. 7 and 8 In the town of Georgesvllle, for 150. , Thomas Reynolds and wife to John Ml cales, July 15th, quitclaim to Inlots Nos. 4 3, 6, 7 and 8 In the town of Georgesvllle, forssi&O. . George Reynolds to John Mlcales, June 1st, quitclaim to inlots Nos. 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 in the town of Georgesvllle, for $450. Andrew Etta and wife to John Micales. June 1st, quitclaim to inlots Nos. 4. 5, 6, 7 and 8 In the town of Georgesville, for S3450. . Jane Reynolds et al. to John Micales. May ast, inlots .Nos. 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 in the town of Georgrsville, for $450. O. Gardner and wile to L. H. Gardner. Ang. 24th, 58) acres in Sharon township. lorsi.uuo. Rufus Snively and wife to Alice Buoklev. eo. 20th, 1862. 1 acre of land in Clinton township, lor $700. Birdsey N. Beekley and wife to Chloe uook, Nov. 12t)i, 1 acre of land In Clinton township, for $1,500. . S. M. Seeds and wife and Robert Davis and wife to B. B. Seeds, an undivided in terest In 74 3-7 acres of land in Jackson township, for $500. "Dat ph Mb." We have among our in naottants a g.xxl share of Hebrews. Thev are first-rate, quiet citizens, all business men, but keeners on a trade. Sharper than chain lightning, there is nothing al lowed to stand between them and a trade. ibey seem to take as naturally to the clothing business as a duck does to the water. - Not long ago a gentle man wishing to purchase a fine blue cloth indigo, dyed coat, called upon a Hebrew friend of ours, -In whom there Is no guile," and, looking over his stock, found that which appeared to suit him. The purcha ser was very particular to Impress upon the seller that he wanted an indigo, not logwood dyed cloth, the smell of the latter being offensive to him. The coat was se lected and tried on. when our Hebrew friend commenced his encomiums: kNow, yustlook at dat I It vas feet you like de baber on de vail. . Dat ish yust vat you vant!" . . "Yes," said the customer, "but this is not what I want. This is a logwood dyed coat. I don't like the smell." . :My frlent," says our dealer, "dat coat is yust vat you vant. Dat Is not dat coat vat smells dat vay ; no. sir, dat ish me " It is needless to say that the gentleman did not purchase. Prmtt bct not Sociable. "He's pret ty, but he's not sociable," was the remark droppeJ by oire of a bevy of young ladies in our hearing, as we passed tlieni on the sidewalk one evening not long ago. We did not know the fair young speaker, nor bad we any Idea of the handsoma but un sociable masculine to whom she referred. But hr observation brought to our mind something we had read a good while ago. was in the shape of advice to parents. and the advice was, that if any of their sons threatened to grow up to a "handsome man," they should break his nose with a pewtrmug. The reason given was that the "handsome man" of the family always turned out to be worthless, whilst his pug- nosea ana carroty-headed brothers were sure to become useful If not distinguished. .Now, if this should fall under the ere of the young lady who dropped the remark above quoted, she mlht do the pretty but unsociable young gentleman she referred a good service by using a pewter mug as above directed. We would not have her apply It with sufficient force to Inflict great injury upon her handsome friend. We would have her take steady aim and strike just hard enough to give his Grecian smeller the approved shape ot a veteran prize fighter. It. would hurt his looks a little, but wedareeay it would work a wonderful improvement in his isposition be sociable. Finding less leasure in the contemplation of himself, he would be more attentive to others; and being less ornamental, he would probably becon-e more useful.; Matters and Things. Matters and things around town yesterday were' fearfully dull. E7en we, ourself, usually as smiling as a basket of chips, were obliged to cotton to the weai her, and go about the streets as glum and gruff as it there was never again to be sunshine in the world. Items were scarcer than hen teeth and cat feathers, and h uder to gather. We can, like Mark Tapley, be jolly under almost any state of circumstances, but who can be jolly when news is scare-? Can't some fellow who is of no use in the world, around whose ben zene soaked form no love tendrils twine, for whose early demise no tears will be shed and no unlimited amount of fashion able mourning will be worn, oblige us by cutting his throat, amid surroundings of uu arallt led atrocity, so that we may get up a huge sensation item? Surely he might make himself useful in this way, he might do so much tor the public good. If we find any one who will agree to make a martyr of himself thusly, we will culti vate and love that man. Thb Industrial School Festival. The festival of the Columbus Mission School, at Ambos' Hall, last night, was one of the most pleasant and successful affairs of the season. The hall was handsomelv decora ted, and fitted with stands for wares of various kinds, which were liberally pat ronized. In the center of the hall was ar ranged a staud beautifully trimmed for the sale of deliciously fragrant boquets. Here we lingered, too poor to buy, yet happy to inhale tbe fragrance the flowers exhaled. We were glad to see the ladies, who have the school in charge, do so well. To-day. from 11 o'clock a. until 3 p. m., a lunch will be set In Ambos' Hall, by the ladies of the Mission School, where we hopn every gentlem in and lady In the city will find it convenient to call. Maennerchor Concert. The granr : concert or tne uoiumous JUaennerchor, to be given on Thursday night, Novembei 14tb, promises to be one of the greatest affairs of the season. The vocal and in strumental selections are beyond expres sion choice, and will be executed under the direction of Otto Dresel, Miss Caroline Schneider, Miss Fannie M. Smith, Prof Karl Schoppelrel, and the De Beriot Club have kindly volunteered to assist in making It a very feast of music- The Opening and closing choruses are tbe same as were sung at the late Sangerfest, at Indianapolis, and the chorus and solo In Part 1 was the prize long ot the New York Llederkranz, at the Feat In Philadelphia. 95th O. V. V. I. Attention I The sur viving members of the 95th O. V. V. I. are requested to meet to-night, at 7 o'clock, at tbe Mayor's office, for the purpose of taking the necessary steps forwards a re union of the regiment at an early day. Be on hand, comrades, early, and let us ar range for a good time. .. , Held for Postage. The following let ters were yesterday held lor postage at the postofflce: Pardon Newklrk, Lexington, Ky.; Mr. Schumueker, Cincinnati, Ohio: Miss E-.C. Austin. Cleveland, Ohio; A. Laub, Esq, iuuucotue, uiiio. Oysters Cheaper than Ever. John Marzetti, No. 39 North High street, will sell the best brands of Stanbery & Walker Baltimore Oysters at $1 per can, or 50 cents the half can. The fine brand "J. E. S. will be sold for $1 10 per can. These are the finest oysters In the market. 2t Lunch to-day at Am bos Hall, from 11 o'clock till 3. New Buckwheat Flour at Peters & Bro. Maple Molasses at Peters & Bro. DrakVs celebrated Chicago crackers (twelve kinds) at Prters & Bro. Choice cranberries at Peters & Bro. Sweet Potatoes, Apples, Hickory Nuts, Walnuts. Butternuts, all kinds of fruits and vegetables at Peters & BroM 63 North High 6treet. Best brands ot Flour, guaranteed to give satisfaction, reasonable prices, at Peters & Bro. Flowers, Feathers. Velvets. Silks. Sat ins. Ornaments, Laces and Frames, In all the late styles, at retail, at Simmons', 164 ooutn High street. ' oct26-eodlw Price Redcckd. Beller has reduced the price of Long-Arm Chop Ttato $1.00 per pound. Singer's shoemakers' and carriSge filk thread and needles at H. Coit & Co.'s. No. 155 South High street. oc25eod3w Coal Oil. The purest and cleaiest coal oil to be found in this city at E. Jones & Son's. oct'28-eodl5t Chewing Tobacco. Magnolia and Im perial brands, at R. Jones & Son's. oct28-eodl5t Bread! Bread!! Use Harries' flour and you Will always have light white bread. "It never fails." Sold only by Brooks, Merlon & Co., Grocers, No. 273 South High street, Columbus, Ohio. oct24-eodtf Perfumery. An immense stock of per fumery of every description at R. Jones & Son's. oct28-eod!5t Sewing Machine Oil of the very best quality to be bad In the West at 25 cents per bottle, at R. Jones & Sou's, No. 50 North High street. oct28-eodl5t Wines and Liquors. The purest and best wines and liquors sold for medicinal pur poses at R. Jones & Son's, No. 50 North High street. oct28-eodl5t Premium Soaps. At the late exhibition of the State Board of Agriculture, at Day ton, Ohio, Geo. J. Ilarsch & Co., No. 600 Wejt Mound street, took the first premium over all competitors for the best assortment of Soaps of every description. All in want of superior Soaps would do well to try Harsch& Co.'s brands. oct26 eod2w COUGHS, -BRONCHITIS, AND CONSUMPTION CORED BT ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM. novS-iAw4w . Good Health is paramount to wealth. If the system is in bad order purge out the vile humors and distempers with Roback's Blood Pills, and get the internal organs performing their regular functions and once in order, and keep them so with Ro back's Stomach Bitters. Novl3-J&lw. Ancient Fixe Arts To the Editor of the NewTork Herald: Respecting the rel ics of porcelain ware found in the late ex humations at Herculaneum, .which have been forwarded to the Society of Antiqui ties in London, whereof your correspond ent says the bottle resembling Drake's Plantation Bitters was undoubtedly placed among the ruins by the ageWt of Dr. Drake, we desire to state he is Incorrect in every respect. If a bottle was found there bear ing our lettering, the language ot the An cient Romans was different from the ac cepted literature of that day. Our Agent has other business than this in Europe, and has not been in Italy at all. No doubt Americans carry Plantation Bitters to .Rome; but trying to impose upon a society of Antiquarians in this way, seems quite useless, and' we do not appreciate tbe joke It is unnecessary for us to spend money in Europe while we are unable to supply the demand for the celebrated Bitters here. Respectfully, P. H. Drake & Co. nov6deod&w2w. Magnolia Wat.R- A delightful toilet article superior to Cologne and at half the price. - nov6-deod&w2w. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Monday, Nov. 10, 1867. NEIL HOUSE. W T Manning. New York: U G !o!t Con; Thom as Evere't nd wife New York; Z A Hutcbinaon, New York; J V Million New York: Wm H Holies Portsmouth; H W Welder Boston; Walter liecklind New V ort; Robert Sioitb Marion: Timth niller ev do; V.ichiel Carroll do; A. Anohxr Philaielp iia W S Abbott New York; F Phiste er TJ 8 A: R B Hull V SiiWE Hutman. Boston Mass; A E Den ary New York; W A Johnson Philadelphia: E VVorthingtoo H&rtfor i Ton; J Leiber Philadelphia; w "ke Hubbell, Cincinnati; fc l.attimore. Clinton; Geo Taylor, US A: K K Elliott, Clev. lane; J A McClel.and. Loii-vi'le: J Cole. Memphis; H C Buckingnam, Cievelat d: S H Fulton, Za esTille Juho Hart, do; Mrs H E Beckwith, do; Mrs Hol land, do; Abbe Emery and lady. Zanesrille; John Weatherman, do; Abba MoDonnal. do; AC Reed, Chicago; Mis John Haves, Fort Wayne: William !rie to : Jr. Jefferson ville; J no Glass, Pittsburgh r N North A wife, P iladelphi,; J M Larrimerand lady, Bloomine'hurg; Ace (ir egg. do; Miss melia Jonof, do; J F sheets, do; Miss Kate Larrimer, do; Mr S W Rartsh rn. a d servant. Cincinnati: AH Mitchell A wife. Cincinnati; James Connor, Pitts burgh; t Mason, do. H H Hunter, Lancaster, O. GOODALE HOUSE. BE Sherman, Uatton. Ohio; J Horr, Uoln-nbus. Ph.lo:..B.T Sm tb- Cleveland, "hio: Hurry Camp bell, Ml .Vernon. Ohio; A M McDowell. Chillieothe. Yn,0v?? J?e rtxe, Newark. N J; R Choate, N J: J L MnCnilough. Moj J J Haves and wife. Cad . Ohio; !S Willi mis, Cleveland. Ohio; G H Acker. St Louis, Mo; B T Smythe, To edo, Obio; li C B ack, citj; 'ibe'iore Brinder. Cincinnati, Ohio; L Tr"n. Franklin co. Ohio; TG Thrall. New York WL Thompson and wife, Cincinnati. Ohio: Miss Thompion and sister do: A M Stanfleld. 1'iit-burg, P; R A Larrimer. Sanduskv, Ohio; Georg Ennis. do; William Holland, do, Joseph urencarten, do; G-orge Wirtgeand wile, ('anal Dover: A M Davis. Mi lersport. N 1; G B Uunfotd.New York: w A Grumell, Blendon; C J Lon -u , M fflin: O Gri. wold. Blendon: G K Marole. George-town. 1) C; Isaac Mamie. Pickaway county, D li Holton, Blen don; H Osborn. do; Thomas Andorr. N. rth Lewis burgh; G S Innis.city; A Kramer, CiLcinnati; John a Mace, Washington, Ohio. AUCTION! JRT GOODS) I'LOTHS, NOTIONS, BLANKETS AND STAPLE GOODS Of all descriptions at auction every afternoon and eveoing. GOODS SOLD DURING THE DAY AT AUC TION PRICES. W Consignments solicited. J. V. BURNER A TiRO . . No. e9 South Higi street. (American House,) Columbus, Ohio. ocf24-eod2w MANHOOD: How Lost! HowEestorArl Just PubUtked. in a teaUA KnvOop. Price teenU ALECTCRE on the NATURAL TREATMPNT and Radical Cure of Swmatairhia7o7 Seminal Weaknes.Involuntary Emission,, SlcualDeb Uy, and Impediments to Marriage generally; Nervous- pSiCca A Boon te Theniand) of Sufferer.." Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to anv ad. dress,pospapn receipt of iix centa.'ori two poat- age stamps, oy uiam. j. v. KLlNh A CO.. ai dpwwj, iwb rostomeebox a.sji. Also. Dr. UuiverweU'. 'ManiarGuTdt, oenU, oriMsk wagwHUw3mia SPECIAL NOTICES. HELMBOLIVH EXTRACT BUCHU and I rBOVID Ros WASH cores secret and delicate dis orders in all their stages, at little expense, little or ne ohange in diet, no inconvenience and no expos ure. It is pleasant in taste and odor, immediate in its action, and free from all iniuriious properties. febn-dc PROFESSIONAL. DR. A. B. WILLIAMS. West Broadway, near Ugh street, Columbus. Ohio, has devoted himself ir a series of years to the treatment of certain pri rite diseases. He may beoensulted at his omoo BrroH -a . near the It aehange Bank may3l-tf FOR NON-RETENTION ok INCONTINENCE of Urine, irritation, inflammation, or ulceration of the bladder, or kidneys, diseases of tbe prostate glands, stone in the bladder, calcolus, gravel or brick dust deposits, and all diseases ef the bladder kid neys and dropsical swellings. Use Hklmbold'b Fluid Extract BncBtr. B&TCHELOR'S HAIR DYE This splendid Hair Dye Is the best in the world. The only tnt and pree Dy Harmless. Reliable. Instantaneous. No disappointment. No ridicu lous tints. Natural Black or Brown. Remedies the ill effects of Bad Dye. Invigorates the bai leavim it soft and beautiful. The genuio is si-n ed WMiam. A. Bnlckelor. All others aret re imi tatinca, and should be avoidod. Sold by- Drug lists and Perfumers. Factory 81 Ban:, .x street New York. deelo-IAwly Free to Everybody. A Large 6 pp Circular, giving information of the. greatest importance to the young ef both sexes. It teaches how the homely may become beautifu the despised respected, and the forsaken loved . No young lady or gentleman should fail to send their Address, and receive a eopy post-paid, by re turn mail. , Address P. O. Drawer 91. mar25-dawm Troy. N . Y. LOTIOfl KICQ1.P. THE ORLV SAFE ATJ RELIABLE Antidote against contagious diseases. Price S3nrlinttl J 1. 1 : . - l- . securely packed on receipt of prioe. to any address, with directions, by addressing r. a. uuruiti at uu.. Sole Agents for tbe United States, c . No. 12 Gold street. AVw York. Send for circular. S jun28-deod ly ITCHl ITOHL! ITCH! I CRATCH! SCRATCH!: SCRATCH!!! in from 10 to 48 hours. Wheaton'a Ointment cures The Itch. Wheaton'a Ointment Wheaton'a Ointment Wheaton'a Ointment Wheaton'i Ointment cures cures cures cures cures Salt Rheum. Tetter. Barbers' Itch. Old Bores. Wheaton'a Ointment Every kind of Humor like M agio. Price, SO cents a box; by mail, 0 cents. Address WEEKS A POTTER, No. 170 Washington street Boston. Mass. 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CRISTADORO'SHAIR DYE. A pure compound that defies rivalry, and is man ufactured only br J. CRISTA DO RO, S8 Maiden Lane, New York. Sold by all Druggists. Ap plied bv all Hair Dressen. octis-dswim , ' Tamer's Tie Doalourenx or is . Turner's Tic Douloureux or VHIVEUSAL NEURALGIA PaXL, UNIVERSAL NEURALGIA PltL, A SAFE. CERTAIN AND SPEEDY CURE FOB NEURALGIA AND ALL NERVOUS ' . . DISEASES. It is an unfailing remedy in all cases of Facial Neuralgia, ofteireflecling a perfect cure in a single day. .No form of Nervous Disease fails to yield to its masio influence. Even the severest cases of Chronic Neuralgia and general Nervous Derange ments of many years' standing, affecting the entire system, are complete! r and permanently enredby it in a few days, or a few weeks at the utmost. It contains nothing injurious to the moat delicate sys tem, and can always be used with perfect safety It is in constant use by the beat physicians, whs give it their unanimous and unqualified approval. Sent by mail on receipt of $1 and two postage stamps. Sold everywhere. TURNER Sc Ct.,Sole Proprietors, 18 Tremonl street, Boston, JTla.aa. tepU-eod3m BANKING HUUeE OF JAY QOOKE & CO. NO. 20 WALL STREET, Cor. of Nassau Street, XXW YORK. We buy an ' sell at the most liberal current prioes. and keep on band a full supply of GOVERNMENT BONDS Or? ALL ISSUES, SEVEN-THIRTIES and COMPOUND INTEREST NOTES, and exe cute orders for purohase and isle of STOCKS, BONDS and GOLD. CONVERSIONS. We convert tbe several issues of Skvkn-Thib- ties at the most favorable market rates into Fivs- Twbntibs. which, at present price of gold, yield the holder about one per cent, more interest per annum. Circulars with lull particulars furnished upon application. J AT COOKE Sc CO. mayJ-dAwly - . .. AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL IS A SOOTH1NC EXPECXARANI, prepared to meet the ureent need of a saf - and reliable cure for diseases of the throat ani lungs. A trial ot iranj eard baa established i be fact that it U more efficacious ia pulmoiiary affections than any other remedy. Its efficacy has now become so general, kuovrn that it is justly regarded in many countries as a medicine of indisoensiblo necessity. In Ureal Britain, r rmce and uermany, where med ical science has reached its bisaest perfestion, it is prescribed in domestic practice, and constantly used in the armies, in hospitals and other public institutions, where it is resarded by tbe attending physicians as the most speedy and agreeable reme dy that can be employed. Scarcely any neighbor hood can be found where well known ca-es of dis eased lunK?, which had baffled tbe efforts of tbe mottskii'lul and experienced doctors, bare been permanently cured by it. These results are tbe mst convincing proofs of the superior curative properties ot this preparation ; and 10 them the au thors point wiih peculiar satisfaction. While it is mi st powerful again tcor6rraed diseases, it is ex tremely eentle a medicine in in anov and youth, being quite harmless to even the youngest, when administered judiciously. This health rest Ter accomplishes even more by prevention than cure. If takej in srasn, it heals all irritations of the throat and lungs, whether trom Col -1s or Coughs, or from other causes, and thu-4 ore vent that long train of painful and iucurd ble diseases, which woul t arise from the neg ect of them. Hence n family should be without it. In fluenza, Croup, Hoarseness, Whooping Coo eh, Fleunsv, Incipient Consumption and o her affec tions of the breathing orcans. e ve way before t is pr-eroinentcombi at it n of medcal virtues. rrparen oy ur. J. u. a r k. a. u., jjoweii, Vlass. . and sold bv G. Roberts. Columbus, whole sale anl retail, and br all druggUta. OC'IB-rt-TwZin A. Cough, a Cold, or a Fore Throat. R' quires immediate attention, and should be checked. If - llowed to continue. Irritation of tbe Lunsi.a Permanent Throat mlsene,or Coninmpton is often the result. SRQWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES Havine; a direct influerce to the parts, give imme diate relief. tor Rroncuitia. .tliuiia. t.'utaxrrhfl Consumptive and. Throat Isiaeaaent Troches are used with always good success. S-niters and Public Sneakers nsa tbom toclear and rtrotigihen the voice. Obtain only "Bkows's Bbovchiai, Trochbs." an-1 do not take aoy of the Worthies Imitations that may be offered. Sol.D KvsarwHEBK. novn-a&wsni MOTICE lit HEKEBf GIVEN THAT th- corartnershin heretofore xiatina- Wvmii K. M Wrishtan.l F. B. Shearer. Dentist. i thi Hay dissolved. E. M. Wriaht remains at 47 East Town street, where he will be pleased to see patrons and friends. Columbus, v.. Soy. 1, 1887. nov9-d3t TEETH "EXTRACTED WITHOUT JPAILV: FORTY PERSONS HAVE1HH4LED Nitron Oxrde in the last month, for th. n... w ot havine teeth extracted. The nam. of &.ii can be seen at 47 east Town street. All branches ot Dentistry will receive careful attention by L- . nturnii .J - " niun if 47 East Town fctrcet. Columbus, Ohio. nov9-3teod FOR RENT. A GOOD BHICK Mtsjsts. SJOTAIN ing seven rooms. Rent25 OOperyear. Any one wanting a good plao. and is willing to buy about (326.00 worth of lurmture. will barof a rood place, by addressing LOCK BOX 1237 nov5-tf-r off by of a NEWS BY TELEGRAPH, To Ohio Statesman. FROM EUROPE. BY ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH. Proposed Conference. Paris, Nov. 11 Evening. The French Government: hfla i-uanm! ol cannrl nnt. ti. regard to the proposed conference on the Koman question. In this note even the Ultra rate powers ot Europe are called to (jiwucipair. ii is inougnc tney will de eline. Government of Italy. Florenck. Nov. 11 Eventns-.The (iav- eminent ot Italy, which is hostile to the projected conference, has sent a note to the European powers, In order to enable them to decide against the necessity of any con ference whatever. In this note the Komnn question Is discussed from an Italian stand point. Details have not transpired. Lord Lyons. Paris, Sunday, Nov. 10. Lord Lyons, the new English Minister in Paris present ed his credentials to the Emperor Napoleon to-day and was cordiallv received. Mu tual congratulations were exchanged on the value of the Entente Cordiale which existed between Great Britain and Fram e to the peace and civilization of the world FROM NEW YORK. Reception to McClellan. Nrw York, Nov. 12. The Board of Council men held a short session yesterday afternoon, and resolutions were offered proposinjr to rlve McClellan a public re . : .. i . . bcjiuuu upuu 1119 arrival irom Jurope. Snow Storm. The first snow storm of the season here occurrfa tnis morning. The weather is very wintery. Appointment. Superintendent A. F. Smith, of the Hud son Kail road Company, having resigned. Mr. Jesse Burdette has been appointed his successor. Departure of Missionaries. The Henry Chauncy took out yesterday for California Misses Hook and Norris, missionaries to Calcutta, sent by the Wo man's Union Missionary Society. Nonsuit Ordered. A nonsuit has been ordered by the court in the case ot Uoistland vs. Otis, relative to the nroDosed mail r-nntrar-r. fmm it.kim. to Folsom, California. It decided the agree ment void, as beinjr against tbe public policy, and interfering with competition between bidders lor a Government contract. Hoax. Th ntisrlrnnlphartv ernrv. nrtrrtnaf In in Brooklyn, proves a hoax. Constitutional Convention. Th rVlliaritlir.irknal Pnnvantinn VAaeaAm bled at Albany to-day, but transacted no business. FROM WASHINGTON. The Tax on Cotton. New York. Nov. 12. The Tribune's spe cial says: From the views of the members of Coneress who have been here recently, and others now in the city, it appears there a strong probability that tne tax on cot ton will be repealed shortly after Congress convenes. The pressure in tavorof this re peal in all directions of tbe North, from in fluential citizens, is almost irrepressible. National Debt Scheme. From the same source it is learned that there is also a powerful influence of a gen eral funding scheme, covering the whole national debt, thus extending the time of paymentof our liabilities, and in the mean time providing for its gradual liquidation by a judicious system ot taxation. Health of Thaddeus Stevens. The Times' special savs: Mr. Stevens' health is such that he will not be able to perform the active duties of chairman of the Ways and Means committee. He will, thereore. be made honorary chairman. His most intimate friends have little hope that he will survive the winter. The President and Stanton's Removal. val. Tt is reported by the friends of the Pres ident that he will refuse to 'send to the Senate his reasons for removing Secretary Stanton, in violation of the tenure of office law. The friends of impeachment claim that should he do so it will be a srraver reason for impeachment thai any yet ad- UUL'tU. FROM RICHMOND. Hunnicutt's Incendiary Speeches. Nkw York. Nov. 12.The Herald's Richmond special says: Tbe Common wealth attorney, in the opening: of the quarterly term ol the Hustings Court, to day, called the attention ot tbe srraud jury to the incendiary speeches that have lately Deen made oy iiunnlcutt and his set, as palpable violations of the laws of the State, and witnesses are summoned to ap pear before the jury to-morrow to testily. It true bills are found, there can be no doubt that all who have made such speeches will be put on trial, and if found gu'lty be mads to suffer tbe penalties ot the law. James A. Seddon. James A. Seddon. who obtained his nar- don a few days since, arrived in Richmond yesterday and took the amnesty oath re quired in the pardon. James A. Seddon. Gen. Schofield. Gen. Schofield will leave Richmond on Wednesday for West Point. N. Y. He will be absent probably two weeks. The Prize Ring—A Descent by the Military. Washington, Nov. 12. Two prize fiehts were arranged to occur this morning at rort Albany. That between Bolster and McLaughlin, whito men, was declared off. the latter being sick, and the stakes were awarded to Bolster, who was present. Sor- reii, one oi tne Dlai-K pugilists, then went into the ring, but Bowie was not forth coming. At this point the crowd was startled by cries of "Police, police; the military are coming; we have got to put lor n.-- A stampede at once commenced, but too late for all the spectators to escape from the military, who formed a circle around the fort, and with fixed bayonets and pis tols threatened everyone who attempted to escape or break through the line. The number of persons captured was about two hundred. The troops were company F, of tbe Fourth Artillery, who had been lying In the woods since "daylight, awaiting for the roughs to appear. The Sheriff of Alexandria county was also present with a police force. He pa roled a number of prisoners to appear at his office during the day, and the military . l . i . i . . . i .. cunru me reuiainuer to Aiexanaria. borrell made good his esc toe from the military. It is said the seizure was made by the direction ot General Suhotiuld, who has declared no more priz? tight should be permitted within his jurisdiction. Foreign News by Steamer. New York, Nov. 12. The steamship Scotia, lrom Liverpool 21 of November and Queenstown 31, arrived this evening. At a meeting oi tne snarcnoiaers oi tne English and Anierli-an Btnk, London, the resolution previously passed in favor of the concern being voluntarily wound up, was confirmed. At. a meeting of the Grand Trunk Cani da Railroad Company, it ws stated that the loss sustained by the Company from 18G2 to June last, in American currency, amounted to 311.000. A great Protestant demonstration took place at ' Hillsboro and Ulster, an ! pissed quietly. The Marquis of Devoushire presided. Bombay advices to October 14th contain ed the following : The advance brigade ol the Abjsinia field force left Bombay, Mas sowah, on the 7th. A depot will be estab lished at Massowah. Up to October 12th twenty-five vessels had been chartered for transport service the Bombay Government. The Scinde brigade of the Abss'nia force will leave Kurraehee about the 26th. The cholera, which has been severe in many of the up-country stations, lias al most disappeared. Cholera of a virulent type has broken out in Theran. Canada Items. Ottawa. Nov. 12. A movement Is on foot in the Senate to petition the Imperial Parliament to make a change in the Con stitution so as to provide for the election Senators by that body instead of by the Crown. It is understood that the Government pnlir on the militia question is to drill 100.000 men and for 25 days. Tnis makes the militia expenditure about three mil lion dollars Pay1 Arrest. Richmond, November 12. The military authorities to-day arrested Lewis Lindsay, colored delegate to the Virginia Conven tion, for using language calculated to array the blacks and whites sgainst each other. He Is to be tried py military commission FROM ST. THOMAS. Further Particulars of the Terrible Hurricane. The Herald's St. Thomas correspondent gives further particulars of the destruction, by the terrible hurricane. There Is not a dwelling on the Island that has not suf fered. Many houses have no roofs. Small houses of the poor classes were leveled to the ground, and there have been burled al ready over one hundred persons who were killed on the shore, and a like number have been wounded and maimed. Every few moments the harbor throws up the dead, and It is one continual string of colHus through the streets. Over five hundred : persons were drowned. In some cases not a soul is liv ing to relate a word regarding their ves sels. The steamer Wye lost 53 souls. From the steamer Rhale, out of 150. 21 were saved. The Spanish steamer Cuma quey, whose heroic Capatin, Aguilar, saved many lives, Inst 17 out ot 30. The Ameri can ship Charles Sprague had but the cap tain and one man saved. In fact there is hardly a vessel but can report some of the missing. Men were lifed bodily from the shore and carried to a watery grave. Not a wharf nor a lighter is left. Houses were carried one thousand feet in the air. The 8 reets are six inches deep, with bricks, tiles, shutters and doors. Nearly every tree is uprooted. The English steamer Columbian had just arrived with 8.000 packages ot dry goods, and was sunk in less than three hours after her anchorage. Eight million dollars will not pay the loss. Merchants suffered heav--ily with the rain, as the tops of their sto res were off. Up to date 3G0 persons have been buried of those who lust their liver in the hurri cane. This awful visitation has inflicted severe suffering upon all the inhabitants of the Inland, the poor especially. Messrs.' Penniston and Co., of JHo. 19 South street, who have vessels trading there, will receive and forward gratis any contributions ot money or provisions. The Whisky Seizures. Nkw York, November 12 The World says: In view of the fact that the illicit whisky business Is not checked by mere seizure of the article, the informers an 1 offi cials receiving the lion's share of the pro- ; ceeds, it is understood that before the close of the present week, instructions, secret or otherwise, will be received from Washing ton ordering the arrest and trial of all who violate the provisions of the law In relation to I in li nr. nnrl thn rn. rl,. .. . x -..w piv.vui.iuiia arts L'J in clude the usual forfeiture of whisky. New Political Programme. New York. Nov. 12. The Herald's New Orleans special snys: The Times of to morrow will contain a New York dispatch from a high and reliable source, stating that negotiations are in progress for a thor ough organization of the conservative strength of the country; that the platform will sustain Johnson's policy, and that Gen. Grant will accept the nomination of this new party. .. Steamer Sunk. Philadelphia, Nov. 12. The steamer General Putnam, belonging to the Light house Department, was sunk yesterday in a collision with the steamer Mayor Rev holt, near New Cistle, Delaware. The crew were saved. The Prize Ring. Nov. 12. Fighting men say that Joe Cobum leaves for Cincinnati to make the long talked of match with Mc Coole. . - . COMMERCIAL MATTERS. Weekly Review of Columbus Market. STATESMAN OFFICE. TUESDAY EVENING, Nov. 12. RETAIL MARKET. wheat, Red... S 30: uats per nusnei su. Corn perbushel. 8504(1 " Butter per !.... 45c Lard per h. lor Tallow per 12Xc Dried Apples, eft 10c Lmed reaches, do le White Beans. ..a 50 3 35 rotatoes.. ....! 4(. Salt in sacks...... 3c-j Haltnerbbl... KM Beef per cwt 9 O0 snouiriers fc J8 Salt For per bbl . . $27 00 W ood per Lord. S4 50. . Macker'l o.l,X bl . . . .$ ' 1. X bbl.s 1B i. K1U..8 i, White Fish K bbl. ..7 60 Ood Fish per ft new 10c Herring per bbl 910 imi txtts per dos 25.- Uorn ileal per bus. . tl 25 Dried Beef ..S8-30c N.O.Snes,rlt..ielc ManleSoear lfip Molaggespergaiai goi eo Syrup per gal 1 00(31 8 Maple Syrup 1.0 Sorghnm To" Tea-Y.H.andO.P Mo 'i 40; Uoione tl 402 0 Rio Coffee per b...I8S3o Java " ' 40S45 Rice, Carolina, per fc. lsJJ Brooms perdoi3 on3 0 Hay per ton. S10 00l? 0 Soap, box. per .8(9110 r lour per m 13 o " white.. $14 00 150" " Rva 11 oO Candles, tallow tif Candles, opal.... Cheese, per ! WhiflltTner rml. 220 10 2 60 Hasins, Alii, nx r lava ou layers .$4 7o5 0 ' Sultan p I SM Fiffsperb 300 Prunes per b l&e Wool Twine 40 260 S. C. Hams per b....25e Plain Hams....... .. .2) ie .26e ..So Dried Pears Kags WHOLESALE MARKET. FLOT7B Plea at 11 O0S11 25 for red. WHEtT New now in market. Red ta 0033 30. Corn Firm at l 00 for old, 75o fur new. O ATS Selling at bie. Rt Sales new at $1 15311 5. Hat Sales at I6 ools oo. Beans Sales at $2 509 3 00. Salt Rnlesatft? 45. delivered, per bbl and firm. Fish White rule at $18 oo20 00 per bbl. Flax Seep Sales at 2 25 oer hnsli Clove Seed Slo onn 00. None in market. Timotht Seed $3 25. Buckwheat Floor t34 50. New York Money Market.—Nov. 12. GOLD Firmer. ODenins firm at 13941 .anf nlnsinir at!38X. Cincinnati Money Market—Nov. 12. GOLD 138138X buying. . ilOiNE Y Jiarket very close 1215 per cent. New York Stock Market—Nov. 12. GOVERNMENT STOCKS Steady with a mod erate demaml. Coupons oflPSl 112idll2!i: do '62 lllKtffWlflg: do '6 10S4illl5JJ; do 'Go lifii &MH : newlliTJi I07K: do '67 I07J; 107: 10 40'a ion. 107fiirdo 7 3o's 105X'3I054. Kl'OOK.S Opened irreenlar without activity. and closins heavy. Canton 42a43: Boston Water Power 17SI7S; Cumberland 24S25: Wells, Kanro A Co 49VS50; American Express 6 s68: Adams Express 64f64: United Slatea 7n8.71; Mer ol.ants' Cnion3us(&30X; Qu cksilver I6'6s,; Mari posa 7S9 preferred H4; Pacific J1'l 37137J4': Atlantio Mail HSJi; Western Union Teleemoh 3o?f -31: New York Central lllSUlVi: Krie79S'72; Hudson r.'5$l2i; Reading U&96; Ohiot e.lifi. ates 24 4; Wauasn 38: St. Paul 40; rl'.prefe red 62 Mic isan Central H814'109; Mio-in Sf u h ern 7Sj79',-: Illinois Central 12a126H: Pittsborg 82K2,V; Toledo 102 103; Ruck Island - 95 ii: do preferred 2&(S 63; Fort Wa.rre 9lii 96; horlh wf stern 47ai47Ji; Missouri 94 k; Aew '1 ennestee's 63X. New York Market—Nov 12. COTTON Drooping, at SX18Xo for middli'R nplsnds. t'l.OU R 10c better for shipping crades with a 'air export, demand; S-9 &591I 25 for western, common to choice extra state: 9 30(3(12 6 ' for extra western; 9 55(311 75 for round h. op Obio; an I $1015 75 for St. Louis. California in fair request at (11 ?5'e 13 50. R- e flonr 7 00&8 90. WHISKY Quiet and unchanged. WHK A I' 34c belter with an active export de mand 2 lO sSS IS for No 3 sprine.2 W 2 22 for No 3 do: ti 24(42 '-7 lor No. 1 do; ti 30 lor amber Mil waukee 2 S3 f-r o. 1 aunS for spring mixed. KYE O'net at 1 60 tor western. BA KLEY Without decided change at$15oSl 61 for Canal West, MALT Dull. CANADA PEA-On private. CORN Opened steady and closed dull and de rlinin;tl 351 for mined weBtern. closing at (1 39 1 37 for old white Southern; CI 25 si 30 for no v Mbite Southern. OATS lc lower; S6X'77e for wcftern.. KICK Stea ly at 9.'i Sloe for Caroltua. Col-' PEE Quite and steady; 50ti bags Rio on pri vate terms. SL'UAK Firm and very dull; sales of 57 hhds of Cuba on private terms; tiuu boxes Havana at 11. MOLASSES Nouina-. . HOPS Quiet and unchanted. PETROLEUM Quiet at 124j for crude, 29i30o forrefited bondeJ. - POKK t-peiiod quuieland steady at f 20 (o20 90 for new mess, cloolug at S20 81 cash; $19 50a20 0) forprio-e. 1 1 r. K V 1) nil at previous rrices. 1SEKK HAMS neavy at 25S28o. BACON firmer; at llSllo for f'umherh nd cut tor November, December and January: I2H t for fnrshort ribbed for January; 12io lor Cumbeiland cut ani lon libbed: 13o long clear aud long cut hums: r'unb sides llto. CUT MKATS Heavy at 85a10c for shou dersatd 12l3c f.tf hams. LARD-Unchanged at small lots at UTTER-In tood don-and 203 45o for State. ' CHEESE Heavy at 11315o. LATEST—5 P. M. FLOUR Closed fairly active and a shade better Y aaA l ((.HI 1 export uriu.iiu . - advance; NoS tprin at 2 22aS2 24; Ao 1 eprmg at RY E-Jiore steady at l 60- , , OATS Fairly active and steady at 77j for west- "cbRX Dull 1 36X1 37X for good to prime "pTrK Dufl snd heavy at 20 90 20 93 for mess cash and reaular. BKEF Quiet and steaiy. CUT MEATS Dull. BACON Fairly active and firm at HjiOllXo for Cumberland. LARO Quiet at 113913X0 for good to prime for steam and kettte reudered. Cincinnati Retail Hay and Straw Market—Nov. 11. Therehas he en no esetial change in the marke dnrina the past week The supply has about cqual td the demand for bay by wagons and pries are genoially steadr, but occasion. Ily (1 mote than our quotations is obtaiueJ fr a load of choice bav, es pecially if there is rot much in merk-1, as was the case early this morning. Sheaf oats are also in good requect and steady- Rye straw is in better supply andtl per Inn loer. Ostand wheat it raw sell principally at ioside quotations. We quote the rates ou wagons, delivered, as fol lows! Prime timothy hay, per tun.. 52 '09S4 00 Good timothy, per tun , IS 0020 00 Oat straw, per tun,.. ...; M oo.15 oo Wheat straw, per tun : 14 0015 00 Kvestiaw. in bundles, per tun.. 17 00 18 oo ' Sheaf oats, per tun SO ootssg o Cleveland Market—Nov. 11. Vy,,Jr!,.5 f"r Xx spring; fit ooi oo f.,r white. ' ow1 w tor AA. and iiX ,nB..UtC.teT?5E V-I d in rod re- - ...-.. uuuana nominal yanebanred. YZo 1 M,'wuke spring tl 05 bav ear ids. OttPI ioaerate demand and a shade firmer held at 1 03.1 o for bid No 1 shelled; Sit for! tolled. O VTM FalrranMMA uasaitA, en. v t q... spot. .-"..a R T! LIkIi: Remand at H 381 42 for No 1 State anil We ten from store. DAKur, r -soouil at tl 3091 35 for Ho I; 1 15 l 85 tor No s. oPS?.?S'liet,nd steady at 19 80 for prime mecs: 21 50 for No 1 rf... vn so r... n a aZ n iu r... oiear. !4c inco eit' 13a in heaiTix?. da" modiumto HhiRK i.ir r riiin.. .J a foT eit . m.. """" qul" "1D .. , M"rketIe' etivbut in fair request at3HS40a for choice roll and tub packed in small Package: 28J135J for fiommon In n...... .. qualities. . LrlhU&li Steady and unchanged; (lTSlSc for good to choice; extra choice in small lots 15X16o. Kiltie ;., g..i. LAKE FISH Market dull. We quote: No 1 White fish $5 DO; trout (4 60; herring 3 00 per half barrel. Kk' TRnr.FITM. U..k.. I : Wwt Standard while he d at 45S4Sa tor free 25336 lor bonded. ha l Market stea It. Ohio and Michigan ba'ed I reuA Horn nj ... IN l.t .1 , in . .1 dock. - . . URIED APPLES-Vow are in fair demand at9 Hun fur nninn. nA Qiain. , . . u : j 1 and nominal at HavHo. - , ArrLbs-Market we'l supplied and quiet. Held at tl 75 3 50 perlb for good toohoice w nier fru t. SEEDS Dull rand nominal at 8 5097 00 for Clover; 2 002 25 for Timothy; 2 2&2 85 for Flax. tji.'p.iviipa t, l. , i , . , iviAiin.i oiowe neia at omsooQ Of Car lors; 85 9Je from store; mixed 7o 75c. ONION S steady at 1 15 ol 25 per bushel, or 3 503)4 oo per bbl. K A N S Prime Canada are scarce and in d-ma.d at 3 2iM 50; good to medium held at 2 MM a . SALT Firm at J 40 for fine; $2 So for coarse and grotir-d solar Onondaga and Saginaw. TALLOW Steady and firm at lOXOllo for city and country rendered KEATHEKS- Demand fair and market steady at 80396c, according to quality, for live eese ( PLASTER Uood demand and firm; Alabaster white, as. 00 per ton afl iat, (9.00 from store; "Pow ell's." 10.00; ' Alabajter'' Calcined, 3,oO per bbl. ' Powell s" do $4.00. . WH1TK LIME Fair demand and steady at tl 50 per barrel for eitv and Fremont WATER LIME Good supply and market steady at 2 on per barrel for Oswego nd Akron. Klkt.Vv U A l. r n . I A A 1 T.( .... ..... . " . XU U U U..IIU UU IK U., .Bl. at 1 50 for No. 1. Cincinnati Tobacco Market—Nov. 11. TOBACCO The receipts have been light, owing to the sl'ck of old leal being nearlr exhausted, 'l'he demand is less aotive, but quotations are well sustained, especially on the lower aedes Virginia and Kentucky lugs are a shade higher. We quote : OWEN COUNTY. Trash i Common lu8. ........... Good lug' Medium leaf Bright leaf Selections ....6 a 7o T (aillo 11 (t13s ....13 (SlSe 20 25o .....39 040a MA80N COUNTT. Trash.perlb. Common to good lugs, per lb Kright lugs.. Medium leaf Good leaf. Kine Selections bright ..5 IS 7s .. 4 Slle ..13 17o .10 15o lit fi9A. .22 6280 .30 0400 OHIO 8KED LEAF. Fillers, perlb Medium wrappers Fine wrappers Seectioua .9 So . 7 (stlOs 11 15o .18 IB20o 'VIRGINIA. Common to good lugs ttedinm'eaf..... Fine leaf. Selections, bright 5 7 c 8 ai2e 13 18e MANUFACTURED. Tens, quarters and navy half's, dark sweet. Do bright - ..... Hright pounls. Virginia ................. Six-twist Kentucky..... .60 OflRo .79 S30a .StsSfl 25 .30 0350 Cincinnati Market—Nov 12. FLOUR-Unchaneed and doll. WHBT A shadehigher: $2 40 offered for Win ter Red, but&glOc higuar asked. t'OR Unchanged. O A fS Closed firm at 64o for Ne 1. RYE-Unchanged. PARLEY- Un hang-d. PROVIMONS-Uncbaeged and dull. MESS PORK. Held at 20, but a sina.l outside lot was pr cured at 19 . BACON In rather better demand but lower; shoulders lli cl areidet 154,-. LARD liiinod demand at 11X. UU TER-Unchanged. CHEESE Unohangtd. New York Dry Goods Market—Nov. 12. DRY GOODS The day was rainy and this after noou is very co'd trade is consequently inactive, but the prosect now is heavy: woolens will become more a tive request at present low rates. Woolens are seilirg in this market now cheaper tban in Eu ropean cottons no particular change to nofice ex cept in seconds of nierrimack prists, which axe sell ing at one shilling. New York Wool Market—Nov. 9. There is more doing in fleece, but at unimproved prices. Pul ed is also more freely offere I. and buy ers have the advantage in buying. Foreign is an enanged. The sales 2 '5,000 lbs at S6a3tie for un washed. 39933 1 for common and medi"in State and Wesleru; 4V950o for goo l X Ohio. XX and XXX Ohio oo private terms; 180 bales pulled at 25S35 lor No 1 ard 2 lamb". 3Ri93 for super. 23,000 lbs Texas at 18927e. and 30.000 lbs California at 31925o. Journal of ommeree. lAUGHTON'S New Fall and Winter DR GOODS! ztraordinaiy Inducements to Bey A. T MUGHTOI'S. Purchasers of Dry Goods are Cordially Invited to Call and Examine the TOO EC t Drrss Goo s Merinos Shawls Blankets Everj thing Chea Cheap ! '.Cheap! Cheap! Cheap ! Fames Naughton, 1 in and 122 Soatb nita Street novll-d3m COLUMBUS. OHIO WANTED, A CAPITALIST WITH ONE, THREE or ten thousand dollars. A- BIG THING! Address, until 20th, A. C. BURGESS. nov!3-tf Cincinnati, Ohio. Senj. F. Jewett's Sstate. NOTICE 19 Hf KF.BV GIVEN HAT theunderfigned vas, rn tbe 14 of October, IS67, duly appointed and Qualified as admini tra tor of the estate of Benjamin F. .lewett, late of Perry township, Fraubliu county, Ohio, deceased, WM. H. JEWElT. Colun-hns. Ohio. October 23J, 1667. OCU4-W3H Samuel Isenbarg's Estate. VOTICB IS 1IF.HERV GIVEN THAT i.1 the underdiffned has this dav been aooointeH and qualifioi as administrator of toe estate ot ham uel itenbarg, late of Perry townsbip. Franklin conntT, Ohio, dtroeased. uctooer i4tb, ie7, octl5-3w JAMES G. TH0MPS0JT. ' Benjamin Geary's Estate. NOTIUi? IIFUl.Kl 6IV1N t HAT the undersigned has bren duly appointed Ad ministrator of tbe estate of Benjamin Geary late of Washington township, Fianklin count, Ohio deceased. ( , 'OAH OUR. Octobers.1. oci21-3 r w 'ANTED AGENTS,. SOHO'li TEACH- I in l.fti. mil Mntl.mM mwxA .11 ... 1 disposrd. to act as "gents for "Cottage Bible ai d Family Exposition" 1,500 pages. 21 steel plates ana maps, ac. aito, anecaotes ana .ncideLtf. Pot itively the best sellit g rks eut. Adores" ; W. STEWART GLENN, sepl7-wlm . .. Mt. Yernon, Ohie , Orange Selli A Before Jamrs M. Paton. J. P. gaint of Norwich township. Frank Gillmore Holmes.' lin county, Ohiit. ON THE 28' h IA SK TERBRH, 186T, said J urtice issued an order of Attach men! in the above action for the sum of 17.8V. Billiard. October the4th, 1867. oct8-w3ir ORANG! SELLS.