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REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM TENNESSEE. I.oi'iaviu s, Oct'jlwr 5. Whveli'r'i cTalrr csliumlej t4,UtHI, with fuur pi.i'es; of artillery Mpiur'd tliia miritiiif in the front of Mur trt'esboro,' but tliJ iit attack us. At lust m I'ulinU lliey wire alill in the vicinity. Our rnvttlry hatl s'vtrul Hkirnualies and secured A liumber of priw.n-r. A party ot rrix'l mrtilry opennl firf? mi tlie etnoktvle nt Stone river briily uul lifter hurn iiifr Uiu liriiiu r!Uic. two miles, 'i wi small liriUirM nr rcpcrtiil ili-slloytd nn the Cliat tntionfia Kuilrtmil. Tho rebel (ore? are repor ted uouy pursued by our cnvalry nnd rapidly retreating. Knur or five ihnusnnd rebel cavitlry, under Wheeler, with urlillcry attiuked McMinnvi'ln S itnnlay afteriioiiu, ruptnnne tlii town and garrison, eon'sistitii; of thn fourth Tennessee Infantry. Our fotves were without artillery and the town without tletenaea or fortilipstioim I ho rebels liurnrd train of cam, and destroy fdiihp r.iilroinl and telepriiph. They are be lieved to be advancing on Manchester, several prominent Union cilixeDH are fOipKiAmi to be raptured, l'art of the fume lotce. destroyed a tram of two hunired wagons on Friday, be tween Dridi?eport and Chattauooza, and cap tured an ammunition train of twelve wagons. Tortious of rubo! cavalry are scattered along the road, near and south of Murfreen boro,' desii;iinp to destroy the railroad uud telfigrliph communication, capture stockadus, Ice Our troop, ure closely pnrsuing them, LEE'S REPORT OF THE PENNSYLVANIA RAID. Dixpatrk of Saturday lat, contains (icnernl I.ce, a otlli'ial report of hie Pennsylvania cam paign l occupies nearly three column of the Dispatch. 1 he reasons lor the campaign are thus summed up : "The position occupi ed by tho enemy opposite Fredericksburg beiu one in which lie could not be allocked to nn j vantage, it was determined todraw him from. it. The execution of this purpose embraced the relief ot the Shetmudoah Vully from the tronpi that had occupied the lower part of it, during the winter and sprint?, and if practica ble, the transfer of the scene of hostilities nurih of the Potomac. It was thought that the corresponding movements on the part of the enemy, to which thoio contemplated by us would probably plve rise, might offer a fair opportunity to strike a blow at the army hen oommandei by Hooker , and that, iu any event, the nrniy wnuld.be compelled to leave Virginia, and possibly to draw to its support troops designed to operate against, olher parts of the country. In this way it was aup posed that the eneniy'H plan of cumpvign for the summer would be broken up, and part of the sefl ion of active operations he consumed in the formation of new oombinatioiiH, und the preparation that they would require, tn addition to these advantages, it was hoped that other valuable results iniht be attained 1 y military successes. Be admits langa looses but does not state them. LATEST NEWS. AFTERNOON DESPATCHES. FROM NASHVILLE. NiuuviLLs, Oct. fi. The Herald's special says an unusual degree of excitement prevails hero to-day, in consequence of the rebel General I'orreHt with u force nf about 1,1)01) mounted men having made a raid on our line of communication, between this place and Bridgeport or Chuttnnoogu. Just at this particular time no trains are leaving for u direction Irniit. Yet this circumstance need Kie no particular cause lor alarm. The enemy can do but comparatively little to injure our communications. Forrest may succeed in interupting onr communication for a few hours, but wn have not only a force to drive him hack, but to defeat an immensely beayior force. There is no ueed to fear tieneral Kosecrati's success in holding bis position at C'haitunooRa. lie id too strong at tbut poiut lor the enemy to attack hi in, with even a show of success. J , . ' To day skirmishing has been going on in the neighborhood of Murfreesboro. Thaene my made uu attempt to destroy a Bridge of considerable importance to us, In a Railroad point of yiew; in the skirmish very lew were wounded and none killed. Some persons are inclined to think an engagement is going an at Chattanooga, but I Uoiitcoineidft with them. ' Unless the enemy is very desperate he will not atuuik Chaltanoogn If he dues there is every likelihood be .will be defeated. If he attempts a flunk movement on that place he will meet a lorce that has been king aud well tried in the field, and Ueueral Rosecrans will be able to hold out several days against any movements and attacks even of very superior force. . . . . '- Frencnt raid was not an unexpected one, we were looking for it. Cavalry movements do not surprize us. It is only wbeu heavy bodies of infantry move on our lines ol com munication or Hanks that wt prepare for serious enitrenients. Let me assure you loyal p- ople feurs for Roseuran's rear and for th safety of Murfreeaboro, need not be entertained unle s tho enemy 'moves on our rear Hand in full force, aud a General well qualified to know assures me there is do in torsiatiots of au attack on Chattanooga np tn' the time ot cutting the wires between here and Bridgeport, Alabama, said cutting having taken place this morning. FROM NEW YORK. Nkw YoksV Oct. 6 A Fortress Monroe letter dated thu -lib, to tho Herald, states that an expedition on a large scale, consisting of artillery, infantry and cavalry, has been or ganized, and in conjunction with several uruiy guubuata, started from here yesterday ufternnon. The weather ia all that could be desired; hence the expeditionary corps will not sutler any from unfavorable wind aud tide. It- destination is unknown even to those par ticipating. The troops left under scaled or ders, which are not to be opened until a cer tain poiut if reaclird, and place of rend zvous baa been appointed, when various coinaiaiid-i ers are to meet and ad'ipt such measures as will eusure success to the expedition, . Major General Hosier planned the campaign, and entrusted bis plans to only a few competent and trustworthy otbeers in whom be reposes every cuolideaoe.. The object of the expedi tion ia to strike a severe, blow on a vital point, and if properly carried out, will bay telling eiT'Ct, and mny be conducive in hastening the campaign on the other aide. At all events, the rebels will fx compelled to concentrate a tarf force i none is there at preeent, nnd nhould the latter be the case, our troops are numerous enough to fight a heavy engage ment, the result con be no other than a Union victory. Steamer Suxonia has arrived. News an ticipated, 1 Stemner Fulton from off Charleston Bar the ltd, bus arrived. No news. The rebel steamer liemond bad been cap tured by the gunboat Htellin, and taken to Port Royal. She has a valuable cargo of saltpeter ana liquors, ) , A Newberg letter dated 30lh, to the U.:r ald, stirs the jiunboat Bombshell, Captain Krinkerhotf, left Newborn a few days ago, un der sealed orders, and made a reronnoisance to Pnsquatank River, which empties into Al betnarle Sound, and landed a boat crew near Klitabeth City. Thn men were captur ed by rebels, when Captain U opened a vig orous lire on the town, doing considerable damage. Steamer Cosmopolitan from Hilton Head on the morning of die 3d, arrived this morn ing, with 22D sick nnd wouuded soldieJs from Morris Island and Beanfort, S. C. JTbe yacht Tortugas arrived at Hilton Head from Key West, Tortiiftas, St. Augustine and Fernan dina, Florida. She reports no yellow fever at either of these places. The health of the troops are good. RESIGNATION OF HON. ERASTUS CORNING. A t. bant, October C Hon. Erastua Corning to-day sent in his resignation as a member of Congress, on account ot ill health and business. CORNING. CHEERING NEWS FROM BURNSIDE'S COMMAND. LouisviLLf, October 6. The Journal has received a special from Kuoxville, which is considered entirely reliable, that BumBide held the country South from Knoxville to Calhoun on the Hcawassee River, and West ern end of the Atlantia Railroad, and only tweuty-hve miles distant from Kingston, the Junction of the Western, Atlantia 4 Rome Railroud, and East of Knoxville as far as (irecnville on the Tennessee & Virginia Rail road. Also possesses all the passes into North Carolina. Bur nside's right wing is in communication with Rosecrans, aud his posi tion is all that could be desired. His army ia iu the best of health and spirits. FROM WASHINGTON. Washikoton, Oct. 6 The Herald' a special says lull otticial advices of a late date have been received at tho Navy Department from Admiral Dablgren they are full and very satisfactory and although from their nature their publica'ion at this time would be highly inciscret, they show that aeither Oahlgrcn nor Gilinore are idle. They are pushing for ward prepaiatlons tor the renewal of active and etlicieut preparations. These two dis tinguished commanders have too much inter est of counts at heart, and too busily engaged iu lorwnrding their preparations for reducing of fortifications and the capture of the city, to waist their time in foolish bickering and jealousnes ascribed to them by certain news paper correspodenta and others. Upon the contrary they are working cordial'y and heartily together and the results of their co operation will be witnessed before long in a manner which will convince Beauregard and his friend;, and sympathisers that all barbar ism was not exhausted in the first shelling of the devoted city. Dayton Market. DAYTON, October 5. HARSIIMAN'S FLOUR Red wheat, wholesale, 6 01), retail 5 25. VHKAT-1 08. . CORN CopjiO. OATS 50. RYE 7580 BARLEY $1 2j(3il 30. HAY Timothy 18'0020 00 per ton. COFFEE 32f33. SUGAR 12H4U. , - WHISKY 52. CHEESE. 1112. New York Market. Nkw York, October C Floor more ac tive and 10c belter at iu li0(.i;5 75 lor extra State: 6 20to6 40 for , round boon Ohio Wheat receipts til, 165, tuore active and IQA C. uetter at i 3a for Winter Ked Western. ; Cnru receipts. 29,370, 3S5c. Oats firm at 7174. Western pork firmer, Lard dull and heavy at 101U. ' Whisky lirro at 60. Nkw Vont, October 6. Government stuck better and closed active. Money six per cent. Sterling higher at Gl(uG2. Gold 47. N. Y. Central 1341. Erie 1 73, Reading 122J. Coupons U3. United Status 6'tKl. New York Market. Paper Hangings, &c. t'AMARUO limmirRLNU tOMI'A.M', ..MANUFACTtlUlCUti AND I'EALEKH IM PAPER HANGINGS AM' WINDOW SHADES, 57, Wfit Fourth trt, Cincinnati.; OUB tlook of tfip- UuifHiitfB, Ourlaiu Paper, and Tratmi-armit Wmdim totmJrn ie th Ihtiul ever oit?r-i to wehu-rn buys, lu our rwUil U-purlin ent istH'urmJte rprs, mi ia BEST NOVELTIES THAT TUK 1 Kiwtern or European MurkeU Afford. I'h iipnoiiil tiUenlion of (mnnliM luUmitti to orn rnuut ihfir ilrftwin roitih, liouili irw, litmniii, tuuls, uud 4 nidi t-tMiintj 1 rallfl to thftjtt UtuuUlul iiutxis, wiiu li WHttro oikmtigut low pnotra. All Kluda mf Riort. and tnr BhsdaSt CAMAR(V M AWTTFAOTUBIHO COMPANY, 67 IV ill ITuUHtl sltrMt Diiu.in.n.ti Groceries, &c. New, Grocsry Store, rpifK unls)riifn Won 4 XBi9iVy la ortn th A FAMILTST OROCERY Ob Fir-t tr, tor the 9j'0' Hotel, where be i prepert ti tn furniah Groceries of the Best Quality, nlwar', tinware, and nil triMee unully Umfi In ft Aial (i(Vtfi Krniijr troerv vn lb muit rtoi)itjie lornm. Ht Midtt uJ uzftuiiiie mv uck h More uur cdftniiiir; lewherf. K.O'BR.aW. M.U'ltMlEl. . ICDWARUO'UHllCIiABROTIlKH, WHOLESALE GROCERS AMD IMPOkTKHJ OP Brand., U'lnee Ulna, Clffftra, and Irleh and Meota Whukyi AMD ilAl.tM III Dement Ic Ulnri aud Uquorn ALSO. Affentu for Sale of Pure Bourbon tthUky, No. tl -cond Btreet, lnytoo, Ohio, BXtl mot rpwrfnHy to McU4tDt tlmir uim tonifrt ami thn (Mxninuuitv irciirmilv. that thV hT siitr.l into Dflrtncrhiu, nit'tor Hi tiftme ant rlvl(ui K. U'HKIKN HKOrilKK. for tl purpose of t'srfvirm on th wlilnsaie xrooarr, Ibpiur, i-iear nml tsitku-ca hum hchh in (t.iyttwi, Ohio, ml the IhU HUtnfl uf K. V llrtn. No. l !Hroiil Mtrtt. iiaviuft ampin infttiH itf natilti u t - purvn noda fron thf tml Uounv in Nnw York, HAltiiintrt an-l I'hiU Ii-I)Iiih, Mttd hnviiisf h ut fifteen yrm' -iripn' ill Ihn IriulM, w,i hoM mil thulMHl inilu"HiiiititH Iu our ti'dcu! miei rtiiod -II oiliera who may be kiivi encash lo purrh't trrun il. Tn 'MKi t.N, oi ihtt firm of U'tinon A roc Toledo, Oh. i, will dvrtt hi 4 limn nnd Rtiniioii lo pie.hni! ifio-te mho mar isnrne U huy at th.4 well kuown Uoustt, and h , o'BHIICN.wiU trt tht rom nmnity t ttrir, if posftihlo, ih a v-r hii'trt. liolh ol ut fee very nUfdul for fnvor!, Aud eurrmtly no licit n Ptiare if yourtuturtf patroiiuH. auiwlawim By the Way. Have You Heard me Acwt t J. A. MINICK, HAH reeifed hie new Bprin Htouk, large, well-ae-lectfHl and of the bent qunlity. Ura. A. called and gotane dollar's worth nf TWKLVK CKNT HUUAU.AT MLNICK'S. Thenicent kind. Mn, 11. (jot one dollar' worth of the naieHtkiad rOUKTKKN CENT SUUAIl, AT MINIOK'9 Mr. 0. Kot uqo dollar's worth of the choicest u util ity of HIXTKEN CKNT 8U0AR, AT MINU)K'8. Mr. h. eaye that he not the bent quality of green , WO OOKKJlE AT J. A. MINIUK'H, That he eter draok, and Mm, B. aaya ahe got the fla el of CUKkN TEA AT J. A. MINIOK'8. - Whileererj body call get aome o that excellent EXUKI-HIOH &THUP AT J. A. MINICK. Mr. M. eaye he piirebaxed fthaif Inrrel of WHITH FIHH AT J, A MINIOli'fl, Decidedly tlie bet he ever uxed; white the supply ol : NO. IMAUKICUKI,, AT J.A.MtmCK'B, Both for bie and quality, caaoot be excelled in this or any oilier marKut. lie invito all to cull at his estabiinhmeot and in- pact hi 8 mock of CBOICJt XlHtKD FBUIT. UOKFJUfi AND TEAS, HIJGAR OF ALL KINDU, And t h larrft ahd bet varietv of Orooeriea to a aean in tlie oily. Ut large enlaUMhment ia ea the Corner of Market nnd Jefferson. Ate. misty e - ' J. As. tllfi UKT V CO., Wholesale dealers lo FOREIGN AND DOMiiaTIO GROCERIES & LIQUORS N08. TO ASD 78 8KFCKRB0N STRUT. OPP'iSITB MAKtt k i HlJUSK. aulOdly Grocery and Provision Store. ANTHONY WOHL, No. 15 MAEHET 8TRKET, HAH aood supply of all kinds of the bent Family Urotmriert itud PntvuiouH, such aa flour; oat meat; com iin-;d; dntd triiiU; iih iin; dried berf; flh; LimUi uer hnue; Uol ti ij htrnni; ta; oire: .iuii, nlipl.o; (!jtvi tobauuui anutl, o. Aloo, iiipfnHWrir; yt'llTwwurp; willuw baketH, and, in fact, every arucl n-eded by lamih'-e. aul9tam Leather Store. NEW LEATHER STORE. ADAM WfilNUAUTNKU, , atl Third street, KKlM -rnum!y -m hand all kindx of Leather, fv snihaM4ole; unpr; kip; oulf ftkiund niorwo. aiho, harnms and bridle lea her; ehue i kirtinv; hoe tindinri, ftn. , i .4ihe iiiKtiPrft pi-ire iu caati paia li t iiiuna and Leauier in the mush. aiiud3 n Restaurants, &c. UNION SALOON. Bcekel's Uulldlns;, M. 14 JefTersoM it, . jrm V-vv .-.sWy TWO EWIII.LI4KO TAIII.ES Or tit tt mitlui, oo Teuly Ibr uw. WINES, MlUIUHrf, AH, I.AUKU HK.KK AND KA.TA.bl.ICS, AUUOUDltlli TO UUUIiK. AIiSO : KXCKMiKNT FUKSII 0YHTKUS. Outc-inrH ar, rtiHlieitfully luviteil KURD. tANOK. Cooper House Saloon. KbIis atra! appa.lt tka Markat Haas., J. V. NAUKKTH, Prop. r Unity dsiuuii ir ma uusi in me 'it,. u,ni n, iiinu, wil l dU'.;k, veaisoti, and all kinds uf game and Uh intlteir aeaAos. MealaalaH hours. 'i h bar w auplied with the flfeW and moxt choir e liquors. '1 he tmt bnuids id tigrg aud tobucuu al- Hvs on nanu. oysters by the (isnaivl half oan. selfidcijj JOHN UsCAUaiAUHaU . fUULD respeetfutly Inform his nnmerotis friends V T and cuaiomeraibat neiiaa purutiaaedihe Eating Saloon and Restaurant Formerly owned by Mr. V. Fnes, aouthoaet oomer of Fifth aud LudU'W, where be wtli be able at all Utuee to supply mem wiui me ui tne luai-kets anurd. oYeTKnti serve4upm tbe teM n.aauei, and oa suortuuuue autw Medical. : LET THE AFFLICTED READ I . And Ura that a p-tt- t trd rnM enc U warrant. a'l ciaro twMd u H tnai s;!ti'!t wjfh t It nt , 4bllT(, inrMiM enrnt-Ulbfa. iitlnti. ttMy thoiitdiU, d prwsMion tf itrlt, ditiwo kimI si.itninU "f iMlmt, li uf alMp, )4hm 4 uiMin'trir. lo- uf wruy muii muM tilnr pwr, pii T th. -Unic iiwy,mt w wnul of vHifllnitw iu thmiMna, rniiiiitikf n, coiivuliive tmnit'llnifs, Impa teuue eel iinnt oi ll. HEAR WHAT TUB MEDICAL PRESS SATS. ajyteevhyalcttna rfxpilm lo 1 tnlJ th" nnfiirti nt y.mr dloMsi Ilia KNULlHfl 1IU1ASIO I'flVIOIAN dwe iitH. HU kiMwltlMnf lU.liiMiMr"U'in ioillt klatnd"Miril-alsili-ni wlih-tutmiT tnrwiiiHini frxia the prtlrt.il t, fMtlttii t)r(uiiMlrjiiiisttiiit tpTiitrinle H onr. And, rlnt it uiirt fulnablf still, th will ltn fwtlyiti.1 frnnkly Irtl abwlmr ?n en W ointt r lint. Tti will MlMf yuur mind, u) yon ihm. liiiif, tmelila, end dUH.pn'"M,'t. Il ln Mi e-vtnR you many dolUr; U wilt hhim your b-lih, and, eliai ! U-iiur tlmn nil, Il will mv ymir Iffw from belitiHtrl"eMl Iry Wroti imttiiciMt. Hit i ami tint -jr.. ml wlllt'nil mt,f lnfrniiifion frum Hi- iMtWul ; llmi-nfire lii llcir-mlily nn -( m.l thlr HliylUaiti(likoto.l rup-vk.knl .hutttiniini'iit, without wiid li lit nTr oill lmf irf.riiit-.l nt nmuT tViUHiicbliig rAtrm. It nhotiU I ivihihii U-rcd tlmt ilna Botanic rhvalclnn -Tri.rii. curr-i tlMn;;lit iiMfMstwil.lr. If y.m ha triMl U.r aud fut tut r?lT, If y wl-h te ajy a-jod bttlth mid Imiih lli. If you urn yn wttt jo and eunanlt I'k. KA I'll Kit. tlm IloUuw I'hv-i' ii.a All hta onfntniiiilc-.Houi and Itiltrriitwa ftreatrfrllf ctvate Mid eouiiftwnt 11-i'Hi'VW Jutmil, 'TACTS ARB STt3DOI(N THIiVOS ! He.ir wlmt rhft PhitHtlpIiia .rrfwj.(0l'iit any iu Hie CkiiiiuuuwwUlIi, WiluiiiigUiH. l.tUw4i, fib uf April, lsae i " An KriKhah Kantbtmati, fntmorly cunntcbfl with ihs , Brltlah Army, tuxl whu tyla- IHnmwir thn KukIMi Hu ftaatc PhyaU-iHii,' Unit ttt Itita ictl'ifd mi lennlvo rvpnta ttoe br by bin Kit II I In curinif all limn ner uf uuinptnint. of hi pHllfntt I havo ciiur4l wllh, and tliy proeonaos lila rwindirt) and taol of tiwatntHiit as nry euparlur. Hun bufa ttmn ntUn-d kh if by mno. Ttiu mad I Tle be oamI la diatllled bv liiuiaatt from various ltarlkj po-ie-ealns: rntu curatirn prniirln-a. ' Wklle -tti.n la the arm In dvt,toA his InUure , TnnianUi to a tlmrunti atnly nf tba hHi-cU pnKliictJ by wertaiu nedtefiMtl ruiiant Imrttson all iNannr uf dla eaM. It saeim ha ht fminil a nura and iHHtly rfim-dy fcr all the Mils that Dash la hair to.' lit prfWih-e ia already exteiiaWA, and la dnily Itirixinfnit. In lb corn fAaluts to wblah ftritial-e are al-td lie him no wiial, aa a inrfm nnmbwr hnn hnva to4tini ttmt tln-y uw not euly tbfir prwnt k,hMI btaltb, but tlialr IIvm, lo the as ill uf thia Kogihli ItoUnio Pliyalcl.iii." II is unire ia al No. 59 EAST riFTU STREET. CINCINNATL . MORB GOOD NEWS! , rROIYX HIGH AND RELIABLE AU THORITY. , The Botanic Ramwllaa of Portor llnptiao), the KiiftlUh Botalo Pbyalrtan, navor fatlwl ynt te wnka a perfaol, radical i and parniMUfliil cure uf ALf, PRIVATE. SECRET, AND VENSREAI DISEASES, Without ths use of Mnrcnrr, without hlodrauce from bnaiueaa, and without fcurof dtaenvary or exposure. No deadly jioiauns, stiob as araenie, mix Toinir. opnim, er any utlier poUon. No mercury uur any dwlly ininttrala notUtiiK but piiclr Vngetable rlotanieal Binrdlt-a are naad by this wondarful ll-.uuio Pliyairiun. Ilia IMniiIo Hniadla nerar yet bilad te cure the moat obatinnU and tba moat daoearoui ohsm, and to rttmovnall imr ury and Ptbar lutpnritlas from ths aritfin wbea ail otbsr Katnailias had tild. dWoJ Journal. GOOD NEWS rOR SINGLE MEN CONTEMPLATING MARRIAGE. Hoar what the Bidtlmore corraapondnt of the Old How, Bountboro', Maryland, said on Thursday, tba Slat Ot Uay, 18001 " Najaaruos enres of dhieases censnd I'ysnrly ludlaore tlon uavliiK baau perfonuwd by tliaKimlixh IluUnlc I'by aicfaa,l It myduty.baTluKakuowlmlauf tliam, tu sute the feet, baUertnK that In dultiRao I may do a aorvlue to tbe ufT-rlng. One caae Id particular that of a you it man tn this citr Is worthy of note, lie bad becunia th Ttcliru of e habit, tbe mare allusion to which esuaae a Sbuddsr, aadaftaryaarsofantfnriDKMiid doctoring tfava up ail bose of recovary. He wiahvd te marry, and whs derly belOTed by as iwret a irl as svar llaped words of affection, bat he w fearful, nervous, and proatrald. He dared not wed on aeunont of tbe shaltvred a late of bfa ayatem. He sonM raliof at tba bitmla of the H.t tan to Hkeuctan, and, aatonlahlnK as it aiaepem, all the bloom and visor of youth bne rturiiMl, aud h is uow tbe happy tuber of e pair of bright bwya." GLORIOUS NEWS FOR THE LADIES, A PREVENTIVE TO IIAVfi CHIL DREN. H'-nr wlmt the Olnotauatl VTeskly Press says oa tbo 6tb uf March, IHW. W ara dcidndly eppnSad to drugs and to advartlitwl rauifdlfe for tbe prevutiun of baviog cbildreo, but we fi4l It our duty to aknowld e bmneftt from any and from every source wbn It Is for tba relief of sunhriii( butnaiiily. A fact bus come to our knowledge that ou.ht to b proieiilKated aud widoly elreiilateU fr the bat tan! of Ibeaa ladiaa wtviev dik-ate hnallb aiakas It Daoaaaary to pravaut auy tncreaaii of family. About twelve oiuutlia altar marriage, e lixly of our ao qualutauee gnre birth to a danghur, but bar sufferings waraeo great that bar phyaiciana iteapalrwluf bar racuv ary. Thia made bar draad th rry thoughts of again be eoiulug e tnottinr. Hlia triwl aiery thing to provaut e rnuatitiauuf hersufferiiiga, but witbuut aiKoneding. Two yaara af1tr luarriaga Hhe Wa agate ei'unued, hut her auf lerlnga waiaognial Uiat tba child dlnl, auil har own bfa waediwpairad ef. tiiia wits told by bar family ohyaU'Iua that If ah had anymore rh I Id ran hefeerad har fiftt would be tba forloil. Aa all tha ramadlne she bad trlinl bafore aad fkilo'V, sue applied to tbe Uutaute fbystcleu, lr. atAriJAKL, ' No. 59 CAST riFTH STREET, CINCINNATI. PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHILDREN. Ills rafueritsstied tbedvairod affavt; thoy uutouiy pre vented bar from baviug rbildraai, but tbay alao fatprovad bar health. "To tub pumk, ul tin sea aa ruaa." Tbe Uotanlo Phyaiciau's reuiediaa ean be reroni wndod, btttnnae tliey ara tanount and aafc. lli-y optte without canal rig aicknaaa or eipaiire, Tln-y de not Interfere erftb tb H-rt or ooeupiaion. Thay do not tojure tbe baaJtb, but tmy ara cwritiu lu Uirir atfcct. ' J. FANUiHT, M. I. II. UKIi.(.a, BID. Any whoaraaiifferliig, no mat tar" what their complaint, can calk ob tbe Itotmilc Pliymc iu conbb)Utially, Tbay may rely epou reiJel. . His ollloe ta at NO. 69 EAST HFTH STREET, lleiWoaB ttveamum dtrat aud Broadway! - CINCINNATL (Vnanltatlou dailv, Hiimtnva turipti-d. OlUos bourt from lO A. in. le A fle U 1 9. avr faraons at a oHaiaaua way euiiiniunicate ooari nKNTlALLT by latter, If tbay lut'toeo ON?? li)iLAH. fur I t.'ouaiilutlou Fne, tu aa:h lattar. All latere, couiunini oath in, and lutervlewa, ara alrli tly private and eofl dxutial. No auawar will ba givu to lei Ian u.'lea one eolUr ta fneloaad ea a Donanltatlon s'we, Addreaeall latUrsas fullowa, DR. RAPHAEL, BOX No. 84 S3, FOST OrTICE, CINCINNATI, OHIO. CAUTION TO TU! rOBLIO. I)r. W. B)hal h. do connection wltli I'llilf KWn -r lf. W. M. Bl'nMl, ur wllb mas vht g:uluuu.u . nf tli. mui num.. Mr Out thu urrtlMint .nt. Wbu yu. Mm, bring H orltfe ,ia .nit hw tl t. lb. girl mhu opu it. Si,if . To pravaut Klatali., at t. aBM THU DOCTOR HJB3ELF. ' Width Jla eol. Transportation. Sandusky and Buffalo. Erie Railway Steamboat Co. myfxm-f. rli.Lraa rojjul.rly rsaka ii Mr inline nrKvt nuinafl it (li.luiluviug nrl-ols urn at.am.rai (wuo............,.,..,.o,io H. Brtiint, aoHTKMIIUTU... uun J. W . Trnv.ia, OUaUMAN (Jlilain J. M. L.wih. Ooniiwlicg Willi HuiKn. Uailwaj a( Bulttlo for all point id th. itat. Tb..tlntknof ahipp.ru i Inilled loth, iupcrlor hoilitiaa allir.'l by Ihi lina. Vor fr.ikht or paaaMJi. J.uljrto HK I'll OALDW KLL, Aiiwut at UuQaiuT L W.OHbUU!l,AgautalHan.lulif. J. M. OHBOKN, ss Oan'l rraighl Ag't, S. U. 0. K. it. Hayluu. Erie Railway Steamboat Co. Book and Job Printing. E M P I 11 12 i nni! w sr. propsretl 10 iMite .11 onlara fur Book and Job Printing, With di.-imuih and in tha best style ol the art. Partlr ular atteutiou paid te . Iilanfe and Railroad Pvintiug, Bll.t, HEADS, RKUISTHKB LE'ITKK HKADINB.S, UKKIKJ. CIUUUI.AHS KEdKIJ'TH, V., Ac, Au. SIiom' Card, and lilllsj lu olorn SHOW BII.M, HAND BILLS, P0BTKK8, PRO. UltAMMliB, INVITATION AND LABKI.H. BOOK WOEK Of .r.ry dewnptlo Daring on. of Ih. moat oompl.l. PrtuUng Batob hthm.Dti In Bonlliern Ohio, our buiUtiaa fcr Uoiag all kinds of Work, Book, Plain, or Onuratntsl, sr. lira clM. W.haraouaof ia fnateat Pr.aaa., and hay. all th. mod.rn st.las of Tjp., and w. .mploy tha ..t workmen. Wahay. thr.a Powar Pra.uis oonneclad with ou JoliIlpnrUaut, and sr. pnpar.d Is siaouta work with naatnaa. and dupatch. ava-Ordars from abroad will rac.iv. prompt alt.n Hon. Addr.ss ( '- IMPUI VOSPIKT, Oaytoa, Ohio. Medical. Dtt. Will, II. Ill Kl- XURA LfllA l'LASTEKS ros mi tni or NEURALGIA, or Toelfaaoh. prodiicd hy ooliia, LOCAL NEl'HA T.QIA I. Immrdi.laly rurtd by Ihnir application. They vt Ilk. a ehnrm, anil are porfeclly hnrtnla--In llieir natura ; do uot produc. a bliat.r, aud Lave. i. unpleaaaul results, Dr. Wm. B. Uord's J(curalgl Plaster neterfcil togu. aatiahutioa lu all ho leal i..,i Pn-pnredat Dr. Hurd's Dantal Olllce, No. TT Ponrth BlrcM, brooklyu, K. 1, Price, only ISCenti each. A liberal diaroutlt nwile lo ileal era. . Adder.. Principal UIMea, Trlbnne rUtlld- ) Id, 1 Sprue turret, N(w orat aiBroa.iiy, and b all DniW;ii.t. atils 1M. Ml, II. 1H KD S TOOTH POWDER. Thia Powder posaeaaes the . CARBONIC WITHOUT THK INJURIOUS rBOPKR TIKoOKCHAKCOAIi, .iX?hT,Ah,:,''"orAlk",io" ,h" ,0 -.Tn0i7i.:.!.ur;,r:'ai."p""'r"-'oi''"' DR. WM, B. HIIRO'S TOOTH POWDER Is aaroaaianaa or Ai.l Eaiaaar Dssti.. ..rrBTookn"; PW"'U 0fl1' Prioe, 25 Cent per Box. A liberal dlseount mad. to dealers. Aa.nr.."s.,,r,."C,,", m" TrlbtlM. Build. '"'i i apruca street, Maw Vark. I.PId fr1 Meek A Co., Fifth Ayenu. Ho- lei; J. A I. Coddiufflou, 715. Broadwa. Ii a ft-, soil, Broadway, nd all l L,,.!' ' L' ' """"" TOOTHACHE DROPS ros the cva or TOOTHACHE produced by aipoaed Deryes. U.d XX' . ol children af. ' TOOTHACHE. Pareutaoan relieve themselrea n-nm th.i ,n . wenrioea(iuld by from lhl dlalreaamg ' LOiS OF SLEEP, "un.'orr,'hillir',n Vml ., by k.PinK. DR. WM. B. HURD'8 TOOTHACHE DK0P3 lu th. houaa. hSSuiST' Dea,al 0mc' Ko-77 rour,k Price, only 12 Cents, per Bottle. A liberal diwouut msde to dealers. A'iTJl'mI,", '.Trl1,. Build l"Ka, Alo. 1 aprur SJIreet, N.w y0,k. Sold alio by raawell, Mack 4 Co., Fmh Avenue U ifj. 1 , ('"'"!'t,"n! 716 liroadaay ; ll. . ll.iu.ia (UBi Atroadway, andtvall Dru,glata. . 111. WM. II. lll ltO'N MOUTH AVSII . A HVKK KKMKDT FOR BaU BrtetU. ' i j More tleatbi Can Iter t ' . ilaeaeed Bleed Ins; .usns, ftenlaf Sore MouUk. AND thetwst speflitte now in tiae for mfdisefired oouduiuu ul ibe moutti. it te particularly .ueb Cial to porauus weanuit ARTIFICIAL TKETH, Oomplelelv deatrnylni erery taint of the muutU, as aorouiK aud reinoviujj all iiuuuriUua, luauubff '.w. A BWEKT BKKA'm ' ' To all who mak. nae of tt. No Yot sw L4111 or Yoinil UsMi-LaHAM wlio laaltlu-ted wilh a BAD BIIKATU Should delay applying this remedy, lor it ia a rmiam uure, ami lanppruveu and reoouiiuou led by every uk auiiau uuaer whoa, uotic. it Iwa beau biuuHla. A BAD I'.KIdTU 1. an odanoa for which thar. la na .avus. whil. , DR. WM. B. HIIRO'S MOUTH WASH Can be procured. Many peraonatarry with them a Vtul breath, irrrally lu tlie anuoyanra and olteu 10 thr di,ul vllhua. vlltli whom tiiey eome lu cimuwt, without beiua cou. ai'luila 01 the u.'L To relief, jolir.ell tm H;Y .r4 reaxdlna this, ' USE DB, WM. B. UUBU'o MOUTH WABU. tneaolitieaa ol tha month ia of great impnrtnnr. tt th. aeueral Iteulth, ahu-h ia often affected, aud not tin lreUeuUy aenoiialy impaiiad, Ihrotigli want of ITni tr aUeuUoutothiaauujaut. ' UBK BK. WM. B. IIUHD'a MOUTH WAHH. ' Wepnred al Ilr. Himt'e Dental Ufllce, No. 77, Kouit treel, BmoWlyu, K. D. ' Price, 37 Centi per Bottle. A liberal diacouut mad. u dealera. Addraas Prluelpal oatea, 1'rlliane llulld. IK, la, 1, KU4. iu..i, Waw lark. . Bold alao by Ceawell, Mark A Co., fifth Aaenue Ho li J. 1. CoddiUKlou, 71t, kroadwayi it. k. Bainea. tat, Broadway, aud by all Drug!.!..