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MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 19. 1861.
Tbe Adams Express Company plates ua daily
under obligations to It for the very latest paper
,i a ;itam tbe eastern cities. , ... , 5
Tbe Americau Express Company bat our
thanks for its dally favors In the Bhape of the
very Intcft eastern papers
-mm I BasaaSSJJBJJJSnWS
DsmocratiO.Wabd Nominations and Dili
oatis. At tbe Democratlo meetings held In the
( different Wards of tbo city, oa Saturday even'
Ine, March ICtb, (he following nominations were
made, and the following delegates appointed
to : the Democratic Nominating Convention,
which meets at the City Hall, this (Monday)
j. evening, March 18:
LOCAL MATTERS. FIRST WARD.
m; Couuoilaian Frank Howard, r. Atteiaot
A.Obcers. Deleeates E. B. Armstrong, Mi
': Conlin, R. Pickerell, E. B. Beller, Frank
ard, Birney McNalley, P.FItxpatrlck
CounoilmanS. S. RiCkley. , AtseseorJa-
' " cob ' Kccrner. Delegates John M. Koerner,
' Thos. Arnold, J. W. Thompson, PatrlokDnnn,
u.Thomas Cae'slday. ' ,' ' '
Couociiman Josiah Barber. Assoasor N.
" Holmes. Delegates H. Simonton.C. A. Wag
ner, Wm. Domigan, V. Hettesheimer, George
. Merion. . . .' ' ,"
iConncllman Horace Wilaon. Assessor
" John Weaver. Delegates 8. 0. Foster, O P.
. Hines, H. R. Bceson, F. Fomof, A.' C. Head-
ley, P. CoriUins. ... , .. ;( ,
Councilman J. - II. Stauring. .' Aisessor
CBarles Welfel. Delegates Frederick Hane-
wald, 'Joseph Schneider,' David Kaelz, Philip
Eiper, Frederick Beck, Andrew Kreltline, Joha
Easier, Louis floster, Jr., T. S. Sbepard, Jacob
Holzapfel, John IUrtman, Jacob Schultz, New.
ton Gibbons. ' . ' :
i OoDirtv -' Boda rot April, 18G1. Go-
( Dir, inihU Lidy's Book for April, Is oat again
with another of bia magnificent colored double
mammoth fashion-plates. The charming
group of children, with the child la the nurse's
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pencil oi any oi our great painters, i ne true
colors that will be worn by the ladies are also I
represented. The quadruple extensoln fashion'
date 'contains, si We aaiortment of SnrlnrM,
. . -- I o
. .Dresses. . Spring Bonnets and Head-dresses are
given; also, a double plato containing the new
style of Embroidered Overlapping Collars and
. Cuffs ;and a large variety of faney and useful ar
tides In the Work Department. The steel plate
' In this number is the Pet Donkey, and a beauti
. fol engraving U is. 0 , . ,1 , ,' " ;
The litcrnture of this number of Godet Is ex
cellent. Tbo " Romance of Central Harbor,'
"by Miss Janvrin, is a delightful story. Mrs.
r Rashbb Is lame from fashionable skating, and
is more whimsical than ever. " Sunshine and
. .. bhade " is continued, and The Cities of Ref
uge" is concluded. We hid "Aunt Sophy"
' welcome with her smiling face. "Drawing!
Lesoni V and " Model Cottages " are continu-
ed in this Dumber, and form one of tbe ereat at-1
traotions of the Lady's Book,
' Price $3 a year. 'Address L. A- Godby,
n ' Nbw Trims fob Comviots w thb Pbmtbn-
tiary. The Supreme Court have granted, on
writs of error.new trials In the cases of the two
following convicts now in ths Penitentiary:
' MrOHAir. Cabsbrbt, sentenced for three years
for the crime of forgery. He Is a native of Ire
land, and was sent from Montgomery county
last : December. Nicholas Olir, or Holbb,
.sentenced to Imprisonment for liltf. Olbb is a
German, and was sent from Lucas county In
i for tho crime of murder
gree;' ";; -:
i Each of thsje oouvicts will be conveyed by
tbe Warden to the county from which he was
, brought for a new trial, accotding to the decis
ion of the Supremo Court. ' ' -,: -
Cod it op Common Plbas. About noon to-
i., day, tbe case of the State y. Thomas and
,u h Wbslit Davis wss given to the Jury, who re-
. tired to aeiiDerate npon tneir vtrdior. Tbe
.Court then took up the case of tbe Statb t,
'Siatccx, Indicted for burglary,
' - tT Still another large invoice of those splen
did Neck Ties, specially adapted for Spring A
wear; also, Spring Over-Coats, Business Coats,
' fee, of the latest styles, at S. B. Clark's New
Clothing Store, No. 121 South High street.
' Pirsonal. N. Gundershlmer has just re
- turned from the east, where he has purchased
one of the finest assortments of Cloths, Cassl
., ,. meres, and Veatiogsof every crade and variety
. ever offered in this market. Be has purobased
his entire stock of first hands, which will enable
him tor sell as low as any other establishment
' ' west of the mountains He has secured tbe ser
vices of the well known cutter Mr. Robert
Sparling to take charge of tbe tailoring depart
ment., Those desiring the best of material got-
'-'. .. tea ap in tbe latest and best style of cut and
workmanship, will do well to call and examine
bis stock betore purchasing elsewhere. '
, Ha has also a full and oomnlete stock of
i Gents' furnishing goods, all of which has Just
-- arrived and are of the latest patterns.; .Persons
calling cannot fail to be tuittd. ' i . r "
r A large and well selected stock of Ready Made
,,,,, Clothing kept constantly oa band,' at prices to I
ui. tuv uuimt
x Remember the place, No. 139 South High
street, one door North or the Uoodale House.
Cooohs Th e sudden changes of our cllmat
.are sources of Pulmonary, Bronchial and Aath-
, u rnatio AUections. Experience having proved
that simple remedies often act speedily' and
-. certainly, when taken ta tbe early stages of tbe
disease, recourse should at once be had to
"Bnxen't Bronchial Troehet," or Lozenges, let
the Cold. Courfb. or Irritation of the Throat be
' ever so slight, as by this precaution a more se
rious attack may be effectually warded off.
Publio Sneakers and Singers will find them ef-
F..moiaJ tor' Ciearing cana strengmemng tne
See advertisement, i For sale wholesale
rrntnd retail, bv Roberts & Samuel, 24 North
0,Hlgb Street., S. Samuel V Co., No. v85 South!
r Hiirh atrt 7 . ", , ''
,t wign street. , t i , , i , ,,
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. ; :.Goor .-We met one of our friends yesterday
on Broad way. and were astonished at the chance
J In hlB,appearanoe, -rA few weeks ago Wd Saw
him, he was psJa.lean and delected: comolaln
: lot? of weakuesa; and , debility, having been so
alUioted all summer. Now he appears to be fat,
healthy and strong. We learn he owed his res
!r toration entirely to McLean's Stuiotheninq
'.C6BMALI 'waI. ::r,iT rt a-: - . :
cr.,1 Wi advise all who are complaining of Gen
ral Debility to try it; it Is certainly a vary
p1emDt remedy. We learn that there are Urge
quantities of it selling daily ,Aferniiio Herald.
rrt'la Dfft !.-.... 1 , .. . , 1 aw w.,-:
''tcrit; KiamTBicK, No. 165 South High
Street, hu a very oholce assortment of Gold and
Silver' fCatohes, fine Jewelry, 'Clocks, Silver
and Plated Ware, at prices to suit the timet.
Mosaurro BlTts and Bis Stinos, These are
v . , -ordinarily very painful, particularly the Bee
- 1. Dung. uusrneey'B uaim wm prevent any sweu
ti flog or Pain, and you will peroelye no ba4 effect
irom tne eting or those iDsects.' TryU! , u
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, -v.-tCT See advertisement of Prof. '"MiLilil'l
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auvBV(Mn' iu nuuiuer oviUWU.
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FIFTH WARD. Arrivals and Departures of Malls.
FIFTH WARD. Arrivals and Departures of Malls. DEPARTURES.
Malla for New York Oltr.r Boston. Albany. Buffalo,
Pittsburgh, fctenbenvllle way. Cleveland, ZeneIH,
Newark, Granville. Washington City, Baltimore, Philadelphia
Ml Mew Orleans, (lot daily (Sundays xoep
u; u o oioosj p. m. i
1 A through mall for Heir Yorkead Cleveland close
uiiyfHnndayt excepted) at 1 o'oloek p. m
0. C. o: R. K.Vv MaUeloi daily (Sunday, ex-
ipti) at 1 o'clock p. m. - '
Dentral Ohio Wa Mill piomudAllr (Sundava excepted)
at 1 o'oloek p. .- - '''-'1:
Cincinnati wit Halt oloaaa Sail (Sundays exanted)
. o uiooa p bi , t '
Chlouro. Duhontiel Delaware, Marion and Worthlnr
ton Mali olotee dallr- (Bondajri exeepUd) at 1 o'oloek
p.m. - j , ' ' ' ' ' t ' ' '
AlalU for Xenla, Bpringneia, vayion. Toledo, uinoin
nail, Indianapolla, Lool.Tllle, 8t. LouU, aod Detroit,
cioeee Sally (Bunaayi wxoepieaj mix p. m. i
A through null to Xenls, Springfleld and Cincinnati
eloeee dally (Sandaye excepted) at 1 o'oloek p. m.
Urbana, Plqua, Tiffin and Union City aaatigloee dally
loanuaya uoepiea -n o oicoa p m
I iuvwiiui nvHi nwvuTiii vuvianiNt vuilllSUUlf
Portsmouth, Washington, 0. H , Athena, Marietta and
I lllllahnw,,,.!,. n..lla ,1.11. fHiitiH.b.ntlt
liAocaater, i.ogan, welaonniie, viroierllie, Chlllleothe),
Ullliborouih, malleoioae dally (Sundays exoented) atM
o'clock p. m.
Xaat wav Mail hv National Soad to Zuieevllla. .Imm
oi"i pbum.h "" iiaaiVt "'fiti) '
Mt. Vernon Mall, bv vav of Weetarvllle anS Rnnrmra.
cloeet dally (Sundays excepted) at 1 o'clock p. m.
ifuoun man eiosea sauyisunaays exeepted)at l o'clock
Malla from New Vnrfc. nnainn. Phllalolnhli Alhn.
Plttebnnrh. UlaTeland. TiaTtnn. Tnlnln. Xiinla. I)tm.
Springfield, Cincinnati, Chllllcothe, St. Lonle, and all
BaUthm 1,111m ami. h.lMM lh kAnM a 0 Alnb n
and 4 o'oloek a. m
Malls from Indlananolla. fJhlcaim and TJnbnnne. arrive
a. :eut. m. j
Malla from waihlntton City. Baltimore. Wheellnw.
!, Newark, Btennenviiie, Mt. Vernon, and tha
0. 0. B
Way Mall from Cincinnati, arrive! at 2M o'clock p
Lancaster Mall arrives at 3X o'clock d. m.
Ti ni i J . oi? ,
Bast Way Mall over tha N.llnn.l Rnul. arrive, at 1 1
Mt. Vernon way Mall arrives at 11:00 a. m.
Mall from Dublin arrives at S o'clock p.m.'
Urbana Way Mail arrives at 8 o'elock p.m.
Barrliba. eh Mall arrives at 11 o'elock a. m.
Office delivery open every day (except Sunday,) from
7X o'oloek a. m. lb 8 o'elock P7 m. Open on Sundays
viuptj ueiiTorj open ererv oar iexD. DUudRT. i irom
i rum lt 10 v o oiock in the morning. an1 rrom 3 to a In
JOSEPH DOWDALL. P.M.
Rail Road Time Table.
LrrruMuiii a OotcMBosa Xiku R. R. ' ' : "
Leaves. , Arrives.
Aocommcxuuon.. s.io A. M. . B.l.l p. M.
No. SBx 2.30 P.M. 3 30 P.M.
Night Bxpreu 2.45A.M. ', 3.43 A.M.
Ourvxmrn, Oolohsds k CiHomntn B. B.
Express and Mall 3.00 P. M. 1.40 P. M.
Night Ixpress 3:23 A.M. 1:30A.M.
CWBAa0lt0 B. R. J .'. ' ;3 - -. ' -3
xprest Train.. nr... 3.00 A.. H 9.30A.M.
MaU Traln....i 2.40P.M. SHOP. M.
Pmssuaan, Ooldmsds t Cuwunun B.B. " -
Ixpress Train 3:00 A.M. ' 2.30 P. M
Mail Train 2,40 P. M. 2:20 P. M.
OotDMBDS Ac iHDUKiroirs R. R. '
lUolumbus, Piqna a Indiana R. B.J I
Bxpreas Train 8:10 A.M.. 11:10 A. M
Jixpresa Train :43P.M. .8:10P.M.
This day (Monday,) March 18, at one o'clock, P. It.,1
MA 1., only daughter of Charles and Jemima Mbv
All friends and acualntancei are respectfully Invited
attend tbafnnerat Mrrleei. 4t th n.Idtn of the
- w,'u Mo- M Bast Mound street, to-morrow, (tucs
4 . . . . T "
day, at 8 o'elock, P. M.
)0 YOU WANT WHISKERS'?
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT A MDSTACHEt
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
C1LKBRATBD ' ' ' ' '
For the Whiskers anrl Hair.7
Tha subscribers take pleasure In annonncln to the
0IUnB' ' tha United Slates, that they nave obtained tin I
Aeonov for. anS are now an.hliut tA nfrM. a .Via A,r(Mfi I
Arenoy for. and are now enabled to offer to the American
publio, the above justly celebrated and world-renowned
anicie. fat , v ,
' 1 "' t .' f .':' ;l. -ff .,!; I .
prepared by Da. O. P. BELLIHQHAM. an eminent
pnysiciaa oi London, ana is warranted to bring oat a
uuctseipt '1,!; 11 1 ,
IV hislrora as Mnctaohn 1
- , ir uioawo va is iuuotuvuv ,
from threw to six weeks. This article Ja the only one
the kind used by the French, and In London and Paris
Is In universal use.
It is a beaatlfal. economical, soothinr. vet allmnlathie
compound, acting at if by magle npon the roots, causing
ausauiuui growm ox luxuriant nair.
scalp, it will core BALnmns, and oause to spring up In
vi mo nam spots a nne grow in or new nair. ap
plied aooordlng to directions, it will turn Ren or towy
bark, and restore arav hair to Ha oriilnal eolor.
leaving (t soft, smooth, and flexible. The "Gracm" la
Indispensable article In every gentleman's toilet, and
after one week's use they wonldnot for any consideration
wiujuawt. " . . ..... ,
The subscribers are tha onlv Aventa for tha arttnla In
United States, to whom all orders must be addreaaed.
Prins On Poller a box for sale by all Druggists and
Dealers; or a box of the "lngunt" (warranted to have
desired efreot) will be sent to any who desire it, by
(direct), securely packed, on reoelpt of price and
Kyawgo, ei-io. .ippiy to or aooresa
. SBSOQ1STS, C, . f
febSOdtwem ' ' ' 24 William Street, Hew-Tork;
: "OUR PAPER,"
NEW LITERARY. ' PAPEK
16th, 1861 ;.
Now Essdy For Sale Everywhere Prios Five
Csnta i Copy. !w j . - I
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r-:yi C0BTE5TS: ; :;; J
"STILL WATIR8:" A Brilliant Btoiv.
"TBH OB BAP BXCUR8I0"" A Complete Story.
'THS KINO AND TUB BB&8AR:" Oomnlete In thla
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH O? EDflAR A. POB.
THB DYING BOY'S BBQUBBT: by Maria Norril.
TBB DUTY OP TBI PRM8BNT HOOK. v.,. I
TBH PHILOSOPHY OF BATHING. -1. . : i ,. I
LOVB: A Poem. 1 n i c!".).:,, I
LlrB B VKKYWHERB. ' " - . .i . -RUSTIC
SIMPLICITY AND 8RBBWDNBB8. .
WHATI A Poem. ' .... ,-i .ii n... 1
TUB MOUTH Of LONDON v.n. ... . . (. '
HOW PEARLS ARB VDRMKOl TROSTINrt TO
LUCK: WHO WOULD BB A BAOHELOBt Q1VB THB
OIIILDBBN VBS8U AIB; ONB DROP AT A TIMB;
THB WAY TO DO SuOD: MORALIN PLDEN0B: RAIL
WAY AO0IDBNTB IN fROBTY WBATHEB; UTIL
IZING WABTB STEAM; A NEW MATERIAL BOB
RIBS O UMBRELLAS: OBMBNT FOR HOLES IN
IRON CASTINGS: 6UBLL-FI8U ROPB-MAKBR8:
COINING BY AIR POWER: A CURIOUS HKI.TO:
THB FOUR SWORDS OF LONDON; FACTS ABOUT
LBLBBBATBD MEN; HISTORY Of THB PIANO
I0RTB; KISBINO; TUB D0EOS OF SOUTH AFRICA
vxr rrrt ivm timinn T . ...
nil anv uuinua, J i
K0TI0ES OF NBW BOOB'S. 1 ' ''..'i;
,.l u.i, '.n "... , '
And much other Interesting and Instructive
Reading Matter.", -; - - t- 1,,.,
copy 93 per annum.
' ':v HUNT ft MINER, Publishers, I
rfs -71 and 73 Fifth street, v
i i. ' next to the Post-Offioo, Pittsburgh, Pa.
,i R. KENNEDY, General Agent., t i '
march 8. ev . . . I
. f . tj-.i -.111 : ..--Tolce.
tOVUlgtOIX llaU-mill Cdmpany.
-T-IIIS ComPANT 9 RAWPdrPtn.
-a- t with the best new and Improved machinery to All
orders for rerolllng Railroad Bars at the shortest notice,
u the Mill hu the capacity to turn onl 180 tuna a wMk.
In rerolllng Railroad Bars, one-third new iron Is added
to tn. old, to make a BaU that, win not iamutt, and
Insurer verfeot weld. .
. Street Blroad Bars can alio be furnished, of any pat-
tern required and new Railroad Bart of different length.
ana sim. i
All orders shall reealvs bronmt aod careful sttehHoh.
and as non but th bast materials will b nssd, in th
nanus 01 sitiiuui workmen, tn uompany nop to give
to those wno may favor lt with their
astern, n" 1 ir -'..
( I I :t i' B. BUCDANAH A BON, Agents, jj.
' ; Oinclnnatl,Ohio.
.. . . - asTim to - 1
W. n. Clement, President Little Miami R. R.Co. .. .
John T. Levis. President Oovinxb a and Lexington B
X. Oo. i-i . .i ' l it
Captain Modellan. Snnerlntendent Ohio and Mlaala.
alppl Railroad. ' .1 -..1 .., m 1 -
B. B- L'Hommedlea, Prsildtxt Olnclnnstl, Hamilton
uu jvayion tt. B, Oo.
ladiet Linen Pockot-Handk'fi.
kerchiefs, very wide hems. ',--, I
...,n cri i,inen liamlk'S all Prices. I
Haromsd guiehedand plain do. So , x I
ao c ' no. .il . .... muj 1
. . , . - "--""n. uumvn.
mournieg ao , ,-- u ; black border . . I
I 0 SO lT t I. HtH.U.rfll.11
0 FlnaAppledo-. ewpoii,n, ,
Mlseei ritin and Hammed BUiehed d all prfcS.
ths , Ho. wi HiAhg "'
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
Washington News and Gossip.
. tX7 . -...4- m. li. , i
i 'l'r. 1 "Pf""60"
her to day from Montgomery Indleate mo-
I mentarf apprehension of A anlllatnn at F.
Pickens, it appears that the commander, of
ids orooitiyn ana Bab na aan land no enrmlL..
or bare any further communication with tbe
snore. ., 1 Here are DUU ffovarnment trnnna Annn.
site, and other marines la tbe rarious Teasels
lying off tbe harbor. It is said that the dlar.
gard this notification, and on an attempt to land
a fight will at once oome off. "
Rumors are Current that trio destlnatlnn r
the troops now In Texas;' for whom tranannrL
i i . . - . . -
aips nave neen sent, is lor Fort riokeni. It is
known that an officer with sealed despatches
Inoneof the vessels which left., ' "
A speolal Washinetoa dee patch to the Ex
F' says ine rresiaent ana memoers or tbe
Csb,-et f-'P" ministers, Senators and Rep.
ncuwuTei iu vyongrsBB, j uages oi ine uourts,
oupreme ana otner( tne Mayor and citizens of
Washioeton. and a lares number of vlaltnra.
have arranged to wait upon Mr. Crittenden, and
uy at me national notei to-night., The visit
will be a Dartine entertalnmnnt oliran h th
distinguiBbed Senator from Kentucky, after
loriv years or honest and faithful nnhlln aorwlA
for the whole country. ,,.,.;
i ue unarieston vourier or I hnrsdav annnnn.
oes the commissioning of the Lady Davis as tbe
jjrst war vessel of the Southern Confederacy
" "nta w,u pouna'ri, and is under tbo
command 01 tdeut. T u. Haeer. seconded bv
Lieut's Bozier snd Grenball, late of the Federal
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Washinoton, March 17. It is said. An nnr!
authority, that Meinra. Crawford and ForsTthe.
ika sT f I A .1 . n .
us vrvuiiuiniunera irum me aoutnern tJonred
i .1 . . . a '
T! swongesi nopes or preserv.
Ing tbe peaceful relations between ths two Gov-
eruments. There is nodnnhtlnittr.tir.iir.
lomacy is judiolous. . -. . v. . j - u ,
..in (juuhhq lqsi mere are hetarenh s nnn
and 10,000 applicants already, for appointments
wuuevteu who me rosi ouioe department.
The number of letters dailv received 1 nnnn.
cedentedly large,sometimes amounting to 600 or
Villi 1 f 1 . t .
, w' ' oierxB are ongsgsa io attending to
The SDCllcanta for emnlnvment n ,v,l
other Departments of the publio service are as
iwreejionuiDKiy targe. i ... i
state positively and authoritatively that no for -
UVB1I.WU I HO I1TI. I im .h .In
eign Dorn citizens will be appointed heads of Di-1
posts in Europe durine the Renubllcan
Administration. Tbe Secretarv of Rtt i. im.
movable, and bis determination, it ia found, will
euuaoa vj any mnuence tbat may be
Drougot to near ou him. Remonstrance after
remonstrance, douj . verbal and written, have
ueeu lougeo. wun mm, nut all to no purpose: be
has made np bia mind, and is prepared to take
,uo vuilBVUUiriHiea - ' . " l : . . . . j ;
' Hieh authority states that th
baa been accepted by Charles Franoia Adama.
W . FT Ff. iKaArnL.r, MM.r I
u'dJLT. :Vrr P0.!""'!
w w wourcry i UVmiOU 10 ODtim
It is nndcrstoorl th.st .h. Hn.,1 n .jiJ
a is uuu
vuw wua.D will nil I II II I II
Department for the sailing of several shins of
v iu auu uni i
"I uoir ueuHuauou is noi announoed.
Special Despatch to-the Commercial Advertiser.
r nm. neimics, or Uh o. Is to have tha unnnint.
ment of Commissioner of Pensions, in place of
ueo. j, rrniuntr. or Vireini. tha e,M.nt ln
Day before vesterdav. an offinm
overland to Col. Walte, commanding the troons
in Texas.- 'J: "-
The Southern question' was discussed two
hours td-day by the Cabinet, without comine to
an ultimate result. : . .... - - r
Green Adams, member of Conpress fmm Kw . I
WIS appointed Auditor of the Treasury a hn.n I
attached to the Post Office Department." 1 I
u. a. nan, or tne Uistr ct of Co umh a.liaa
been appointed special P. O. agent (or Maryland
. . .
Certain friends of Mr. Corwln arA fltilf Attn.
deavoring-to induce him to withdraw bis de
clination of the Mexican miseion.
Gov.- Roman, one oi tbe Confedorau Rt.t.
CommlfSioners, telegraphs from , Wilmington
" " aouiugton to-morrow, and
'. The Senate has confirmed tbe appointments off
Lieut. Col. Thomas as AUjt. General; Msjor
u us wao uetaiuea rjy inaispoaitlon
Townsend aa Senior A -ut.. anrl ur a Mii.ii I
It ia not aa vt aflrprtnlnp. tro sn. nrA. uA. I
been issued by Presidential authority in reeard
tu iu. cr.uu.uuu oi rors oumter; an event, I
however, which is still considered will soon in
evitably occur, from circumstances beyond the
Executive control. From what is actually
known, a formal surrender of the noat Is not an.
Niw York, March 18. The HersW's Wash
ington despatch States that Lieut. Putnam arriw.
ed from Texas with despatches from Col. Waite,
who has been instructed to withdraw from Texsi,
aod was concentrstlng his troops at Indianola.--
And Col. Waite will remain till all the troops
have left. All the stores and munitions of war
were in the hands of the Texas Commissioners,
who allowed necessary supplies to send tbe troops
out ef the State. ' ;
The military post on Brszos Island was anr. I
rendered by Lieut. Tbomspon to Gen. Nichols,
first Insisting that the flag should be saluted,
tie bad only 15 men and 9 gunrr . .1 t :
The steamer Arixona was ordered bv her
owners to wait at Indianola aotil after tbe steam-1
er ben. Kusit, which bsd Gen. Nichols snd force, I
on board, should pass her far Brazos, In order
that tbe Arizona should not take ont the news
or tne intentions or the Texsns.
lhe lexaa Rangers are stationed from Br..
zse to Brownsville, and it ia anticipated thst they
WOUld attempt tO prevent the government trnnna
Uklng away stores and artillery. j . 1 i)
Washinoton. March 18. The Post OIBca Da.
partment has been notified by the contractor
that the cheap one cent stamped envelopes, oomi
bioingthenew improvement of the dissolving
lines, are now ready for distribution . They are
chiefly Intended for circulars, and are Issued in
response to memorials from publishers snd trier
chants from various cities. They will.durini
the present Week, be distributed among: the
most important post-offioes for saleat$UOper
thousand, exclusive of tbe stamp, wbioh is a re
duction ef $40, per thousand npon the rates of
ine present one ceni stamped envelope cpmbin
ing this improvement. (
Ufflolal despatches from the East India Snad.
ran say tbat one of . the vessels bss been des
patched to NlDgnoe, lor tbo nurnoee of findint
out, If possible, tbe pirates who, recently cap
tured two American ii.U' 1 i '
The Paoifio mall brought no Information rel
ative to the misting sloop-of-war Levant.
The last remittance from any of the seceded
8tates, on scoounl of custom, was received
trom Galveston towards the close of February.
about i 900. Drafts on balances nrhvlout to seces
sion, and receipts ether than from customs, it is
saia, are nonoreo in those States, with tbe ex
ceptioni of Louisiana.! 1 -1 .,;.: ; j .
Mr. Arohlbald, Engineer In Chief of the Navy,
has resigned. ..... ;..,,. 1
as, Columbia' Buel, Thed. Talbot, R. C. Drum, Neot'.
Jas. B. Fry, as assistants with the rank of Cap-
tain. ' ..I
Latest from Texas.
Galveston,' March 15. The steamer Runk
returned this morning from Brazos with 300
State troops. The federal troops evacuated
Fort Brown on the 12th. They embarked on
tho Daniel Webster for Key West and Tortu
gas. Several hundred State troops have enter
ed for six months to serve under Ford, on the
Rio Grande, occunying the various forts. ; .
, The Convention ia. discussing measures for
the military defense of the State. 1
'.Msjor Maclin, of thoU. S. Army, hat resign
ed. - 1
Camp Colorado, on the northern frontier, haa
been taken by tbe State troops. '"-' i
.Capt Sayre,.of the Confederate array, has
arrived to master a regiment of rangers lorbe
rrorraers, Dy oraer or Jeff, uavis. n ; . ,
1 here is notbine further about the movements
01 tier. Houston. . . - . .. - . ... ;
, 11 11 -y m I I 1
LooisviiLE, March 17. -The adjourned South,
era Rights meeting, yesterday afternoon, passed
unanimously the resolutions presented on Friday
evening, ana appointed delegates to a - mass
convention, to be held at Frankfort, on the 20th
Inst., Mr. Simrall made an eloquent speech,
Perfect order prevailed. - 1 " ,
In tbe evening Hon. Jas. Guthrie addressed
a Union meeting. . He counselled moderation.
and said that Mr. Lincoln was honest, and that
oltimately accede to the just
' demands of the South. . v.-. ft t JM
ARRIVAL OF THE ARABIA.
SANDY HOOK, March 16.
The Royal Mall Steamship Arabia, fronfLt.
erpool 3d via Queenatown 3d Inatant, has passed
thin point en route to New York. i i
The DAwa la meairra. VI vj
The House of Commons debated the Syrian
question. The eondnot of the French troops
was generally condemned. Lord Juhn Rsssell
admitted that the occupation bad been useful,
bat thought it desirable to terminate as soon as
poeaible. ' f .
Tbe great shin bomnan hare adontod the re.
pori aireaay puDiiauea. ine snip will proba
bly be ready nest month for vovaee to Amer.
- - j. ij
i ue Lue oi Dumeriaua is oeau.
The French Senate was warmly debatlno-
.U j r.r 7 . . .
Napoleon justified tbe policy of Piedmont, and
ntterea some sympatnetio words relative Co Ve
I nlce bnt would deplore an untimely attack. He
opposed the union of the temporal and spiritual
power of tbe Pone, bnt said the iodenendenca
01 ta op must be insarea
A pastoral letter by the Bishop of Poictisrs.
wmpuing tne emperor hj roniias ruaie,oreated
greai sensation Tbe uovernmcnt was debat
inir what measures to take.
The siege of Messina was expected to com-
menoe in a rew aays. ine Sardinians occu
Died the' helohu enmmandino' tha P.ltadal
It Is said the resistance of tbe Governor of
Ue Uitadel araaa rrona orders of FrancU' 9nH
representatives Irom forefen cowers at MPaina
protesting: ssainst damaee tbat m'cht enaun. '
'"There were were feariul inundations at Gal
at- Hnidreds of ' persons are reported to be
urownea, ana immense quantitiei or grain lost.
ine Governor. of St. retersbure announces
that no government measure relative to the
peasants will be published on the second of
maron.. - (
LATEST VIA QUEENSTOWN.
nungary, ine win cross tne JHincio.. ' -them.
In the House of Lords on th firat. T.wrla ATm-.
mL5" "' to quit Rome- ' r '
plomatio The Arabia brines 1260.000 in snecie.
Paris letter from the Dailu 2Vmi W'ntinns
a rumor In accredited circles, that Prince Met
ternicb has just communicated to M Tbouvenal
Ian Imnortnnt unfa frnm tha Cnnti ni Vi.r..
asserting therein M)at tbe Austrian government
oeciares never to recoemzo v ninr Km.nn.i
Kin8 of Italy, but tbat if France withdraws her
troops iroui uome, sno will immediately re
Dlace them bv an Austrian arm, and if rownln
"onlsts make the least movement in Yenitiaor
ffl. 1 ,11 .a mm
anby fend Mslmsbury attacked the Sardinian
government, ana denounced tbe policy of Eog
1IUU. t ' ..... I . .
The Paris Palrie asserts that the French ar
' Cant. Stone, of the Arabia.. tlPr,anh. fmm
Sandy Hook that the ateamnhln AnatraUaian
at viueenstown, raarcn M, having bro
"n ber ore n longitude 30. , Her mails and
Pwengers are on board the Arabia, all well
Untied States Senate—Special Session.
Hdid hear that a member of the Cabl.
"hadI ;W fwW days. . -: , , -, , ; .
Mr. Mason moved that the
Washinoton. March 16. The Senate , trwrl..
confirmed the nominations of Nelson Y. Isbelf,
uuuecwr 91 fetroit; w. t- Butieri Collector
at Camden District, N. C.i W. McMath, Col-
anina. .a. 'Hfl.UItf f 1 . T S a t-i .
ST" " ",u,lc' t' umonds,
SKI inriBFnr nss I .anrl l iihaai I'm. t! I
w uv unuu viu uvj- urvjll - OJJ m
utji a reKMursrir mn u. i , -
wiinn.. secretarv or Legation at nmunia.
... n - - 1 J t
r o it.,, - ... . .. '
4. ouaiaerman, Aiinister Resident at Stock
holm... j A number of army appointments were
aiso connrmea. -rue treaty with tbe Winne
bago Indians wai ratified. '-.-.. ,..
Mr.. Rice, risine to a Question ,n? nrirlUr,.
n. r.l , . ' .. " '
" "uppiemeDiai report or tbe
House select committee on thB In.n.r. t...
Bonds, in which they say there is not the alisht.
f1. ""spiolon tbat that Senator was implicated
In their abstraction, and that anything seeming
1006 ,a "flection upon him in their main report
w.?,entJivrel',th! re8ult of misapprehension,
Mr. Douglas resolution, calling lor informa-
'n ss to the Southern forts, Ac,, was taken
Mr. Wilson moved to lay it on the table, i
auugisa nopea a vote would be Derm t-
nnn uu ius resolution. .
irlr, Wilson did not wish tn annnrMa r1oV,.(.
He merely made the motion as a test question.
Mr. Douglas had heard it Intimated that An.
two Senators desired tosnnak. ,
ue suggestion or Mr. foweil, the consid
eration oi me resolution was passed over till
Monday. k -"" ; i :-j,., a .
ain 1.1,, I --..1 . . a ' n . . .
Prohable the Senate would be enabled to
durDI? ' " ' . '. -
uu.or mquireu ot mr. ressenaen when
Mr. Fessenden had no IrnosrlprlcA nn I Via aK
the ooDBlderaUou of hla rteaolntlnn
quartering of troops In Washington..
uu'cu w ju into rixecntive
sessionwhich prevailed yeas 27, nays 10.
a ue oeoate atierwaras sojourned.
The Southern Confederacy.
MONTQOMIRV, MarOh 16 ConcrPS. haa n-
firmed the nominations for tbe District Judges
follows: A. G. Magrath, of South Carolina;
R. Jackson, of Qeorirla: W l.nl.. II...:.
Mississippi; Thomas J 8immes, of Louisiana;
John Hemphill, of Texas: Jesse J. Finlay. of
Florida. , .. '.,l , '
Messrs. ' McQueen' and' Mcintosh have also
been confirmed Judges of the Admiralty Court
Key West. David Hubbard, of Alabama,
Commissioner of Indian Affairs: AlexanHa. r
Witberall.of Alabama. Reo-iater of tha TV....
B BAker, of Georgls, Auditor of the Treasu-
Congress meets again to night,
Tbe State Convention has adopted a reaolu-
oa to adjourn on Wednesda nvt.
The ordinance has been passed altering: the
banking act. which sutntitntA th a amok- nf
Confederate States for those of th United
States, and allows tbe Issue of two for one; for
eign citizens not corporations are allowed to
hold the stocks. .'.- ' -
Richmond, March 16. -The Convention aa.
sembled to-day. Union resolutions, wrapped in
the Amerioan flag, from the people of Nor
folk county, were presented and tabled. Anti
secession resolutions were slso offered and tabled.
Mr. Goggln offered an amendment to the report
the committee on Federal Relations, propos
ing secession with a view to the eventual recon
struction of the Union. The amendment was
ordered to be printed. Mr. Randolph, of Rich
mond, made a speech against the propositions of
Peace Convention, and favoring secession.
Without taking any definite action, tbe Conven
tlon adjourned. ,n rj ) " ' - ' . ,
St. .Lotus, March 17. The following amend
ment to the fifth resolution of the majority re
port of the,, committee on federal relations,
which, has been under discussion for the past
week, was voted down yesterday In the Conven
tion by 61 against 30: "And furthe believing
tbat the fate of Missouri depends npon a peace
able adjustment of our present diiBoulties, she
will never countenance or aid a seceding State
making war npon the General Government.
nor will she provide men and money for the
purpuse 01 aiding, tne uenerai uovernmcnt In
any attempt to coeroe a seceding State." ;
The Australasian Safe.
New-York, March 16. Captain Hockey, of
the Australasian. It Is resorted, brake hnth fl s.
ges of the screw, Feb. SO, in latitude 30, Tonal-
tude 24, but icon tinned the voyage westward
tne xu in, unaer canvass, whea a heavv tra
wa. experienced fZ the westward, and'put !
before it, reaching Qaeenstown on the 3d I
During one daw she. madv 380 . miles j The.:
Arabia did not bring tbe 'Australasian's specie.
. . .
( r , 1 1 1 1 ) iMawa.1 , 1 11 ,
'Nw' O.LBANS. March- . 16C.mrl Coooer
has surrendered to the Texas 1 authorities. - sn
The united states ,omcers and soldiers were
The United States .Officers and soldiers were
poriu..u u... u, w.,u ...uoyurwiion aau BUD-,
sistancs necessary, to Saav Antonio, at Which
piaon tuoputing sirwoauu pruperty Will DO OBiHV
ered, to the Texas authorities.'
Major . Ben. ! McCullcob,'1 oCTAas. Arrived '
here to-day, en route to Montgomery ...v: 1 ,
Savannah, March 18 Goods for Tennessee,
and other States out of the. Southern Confede
racy pats tbrongh thep Confederate . States
without the payment of duty.i Signed. K. R.
Hnvlfr. President of the Central R R ' '
j -. :. w . . . ..
Omaha,-' March 16Th Western Stage
(oach , arrived this morning, with f6,500 in
specie and eight passengers, In four days aod
twenty-two hours irom Denver to tbe Missouri
river. JThls il the quickest trip ever Bade.
.iS'.'Svsjmi is 1 is 1 m , j .
PHiitDttrHiA, Maroh 18 The banks la tlifs
city bars iesumed specie payment to-day. u "
H St- day la being celebrated by a
Poes:iloa ut 1
.Nw Yoa. March lSConaterfelt 6
W"'iuwi ul vnui iu whmi - .v
procession in irtsn miliary ana omer organizi
"i Montmal, March 1"-The Canadian
liameot met at Qiipbiu on Saturday afternoon
.The speech of the Governor contains f ery
or importance, tie mates but iHgot suasion
to the Anderson cise. ,
r ' ; 'm
, Boston, March 16. It ceased snowing
tn-dav nhnnt noon. I hnra haa hpn no aprlnna
obstruction of thn railroads the warlona trains
; 7 7. . .
flueth is lureuoon hpino- behlnol onlv from oa to
ithres Boors. ;f ?
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, March 18.
. VLOUB receipts S.06S bbls. ' Market oalte Ann.' with
a moderate demand; sales 11,000 hbls. at (5 KKSS IS for
eupemne state, li voais V3 for extra State, 85 10S5 IS
for auperflne Western, 85 20(35 45 for oommoa to esedl
nm extra Western, and (550135 60 for shipping brands
extra Round Hoop Obi. Canadian Sour quite firm; sales
OUU DDIS. SI B3 3(OM fd, ,
RYE FL0UK steady at (3 30&4 10. '
vrti sax receipts ort,iut Dusn; market rules firm
with fair export demand; sales of 45,000 bush at 81 10
lor common onirngo epnog; Bl.vu loroommon Canadian
olub: S S331S5 for Mil. elub; 91 31 for (winter red
BARLEY quiet at 727So. ' '
CORN receipts of 107n bush; market quite firm, 39
000 bush at V508 for old mixed Western tn store, and
delivered; Ole for new do. -
OATi steady at 35K234! for Western. 0r,.,ll.n
PORK onl.t and steady; salra of SO hhla at am w
Virmeas ana el wain uu for prune. ,;, ,
ur.Krouii anil unciianucu i
CUT 4 BATS steady. j
LARD unchanged: smsll sales at BWtmiOe. i
BUTTER in fair renuut at lur&Hc (or Ohio, anrl 14
lavino ior eiate t ,
OH B E flK eteady at 8& 10c, the latter price for choice.
WHlbKY without material change; sales of 1000 bills
lll'9 VC. . .
out roH quiet but dim; U mdg upwards; sales of
350 bales. . , , . .
OO'EEE quiet but steady; sales of i!50 bags rlo at
BCOAR8- firm bnt dull; sales 200 bhls Cuba at 4e.
uiuuaoBsa quiet ana steady; sales xuu bbls N O at
BTOCK'-doll and rather lower. Money has been of-
reredatSner cent on call oad refused. Sterling ex-
tuauav quiet aua nominal: unic at a i an: o at o 3411
" . . , a .t, ao. quoa ar. at u 0 i-u:
Hud44K; 10 bonds nan ASt. Joe 48: Cnmh7w.-
Ilarpref 38I-J; Brooklyn W W loan 101X; NY0 78)J;
Oh'ltf: Macon A West 05; Har 1st bonds 60, do. d
do. 3d HH: Mr, H a 6fli Ta 7v. rikiV .rnui
hihum jui Arie n t. : neaainv j v van 1 ih ti
ln?Trfs,',r 12' 10i U 8 ' of 6B 97 18i do. of
FLOUR-iteady, with tales at the eange of our quo-
at 1 00 for red, and $110 for
O jRN-dulUt 34c.
baulky 11 in fair demand at 5602o for fair to
i8dK.?,ll,?i45 dren,'t9'70,i?S80 r-'Ti-
nTrBLf2ii ? t".Poy" ,. !
EQQ8 in good demand at llo.
Eyj,T3-irled Apdles remain dull at 33 li, and
peeled Peaches quietat 13 l-213c, . u . .
FLOUR 111 Arkfit it ll Aim atnryrW.ri Ihsa 1 a.
... , , --BS"" Stab UUUIH-
although the supply of good superBns Is thought
,wni? W.i .u , - '
iaIKA..A 7 . . "RUIO SU firilDC
7 ! "y. materlal chanR u th ipirit of (he
market. There Is scarcely any trade anient
local millers. . . , . ,- ,
CORN In the ear sells readily at -.33c: shelled atlll
at3435 for mixed and white. ,
mill.1.!- h!M .uMly lt 871 but transactions are not
to any extent In bulk at 20X ?
D.DfW .in .
w oiii ." u re precisely as lsst quoted.
IVHInKl.Mmiln.Am, . 111. -v.. . f . .
Afarci 1I8 """"''' wmmtiyuu
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
PHILADELPHIA, March 18.
Froua onlet ami nn,..i
u.u.. , aacgjus, redat81,05l.a8. Ooaa fair
eleanold at5ec,new 5357o. TanvinoaduU -SZZM?1
NEWARK ' MACHINE WORKS,
. " NEWARK OHIO, ' " ' .
rrTannfaclnrera of an kind ef Par
table and Stationary Steam En
tjtne, Maw mills, Urlat Blilla,
- Ac, Ac. .1
LAXKtt BOPLSTBeaUn! It. & t, BtAJSTD TBeattnl
S.SS. U. DVTJlLL BtatmlU COLUMBUS
iTACOms CO. Btatmllll BBAPtOBD
. ' 6 CO. Beatmlllll ' 1 r
. Our Portable logins and Saw Mill j
awarded th first premium of 950 at th Indiana
Fair for 1CC0 over Lane A Bodies' on account of
lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior character of lumber sawed.
Our Stationary Bnrlne waa aw.nl.rl th. ..... v.i.
first premium of Btfk).
Our Portable Bnglne was awarded the first premium of
at th Fair at Memphis, Tenn., over Blandy's Du
rail's, Columbus Machine Go's., and Bradford A Co'.,
committee of practical Railroad Engineers.
.ui vuw auu K.1111, aaaress
".' Jt . " WILL ARD WARNER, Treasurer, .-.
dec5-dAwljeots , Newark, Ohio.
4 ? ".-.. .- ... R ''fll'
;; From th New V ork Observer.!
As alt parties manufacturic 8ewln Machine Are ob
I pay Mr. Bow a libense- on each machine sold.
ar a so compelled to make returns to him, under
aa iv .ne oumoer aoia, nis Dooas give aovrreotetal
ment. From- this reliable source we hare obtained the
following statistics. Of the machine mad la the year
were were auiu, -
j tBy Wheeler A Wilson.. ......Sl,3n5
" I. M. Singer A Oo .10,053
flrover A Baker.... ......l0,O
Fhowlng the sales of Wheeler A' Wilson to bt imiH
u""0' oU,w OoapAoy." , , , I, .
s" lnl premiums m 1
ValM Bu,et ,8M a ,B 1
'. Ohio Stat Fairs of W59 and lisse,- '
and at nearly all the County Fair In th Stat.
Our prices, at the late reduction, ore at low at any
inVl mu-Mn. nn ml. k.1 a hUU Li.ku ....
. m hih. 1 uiw
iMsSr m "V raf
The whbblbb a WILSON MA0HINB mates th
BTioB-scmly one which cannot be raveled. It
.jion., SMsdaT oW
m.... wi.iiwvi w, guuua, leaving sio fnipe Or
AUmaeMn uananttd 3 ytarf, and IntlrucUoH
lumoir use, ire 01 onarse. .'''
-1 li. CRARY, Bi High st., Ooinmbos, 0.
dJ-Sawd3mAw6m Plks's Opera Hoass. Cincinnati
LI. PEHfSOrsS'KNOWINA THE1TC.
selves to be Indebted to th late firm of DOD-
DRIDflH A WHITB will pleas call andsettl their
aceounm, ana cnerony save oosis. 1
All notes and accounts remaining nnnatd aa
April win ne piaosa in tne nsnas 01 WM..L
P., for col lection.-
r ti. WHITa,
of PhalOD's stabllshmtot, N. T.,) Poprletor I
th New Tork Faabionabl Sharing, TJalr Cutting
Bhampoontng, Curling and Dressing Balooa, Bast Brat
street, over th Post Offloe, where taUsfacUon wilt
be riven - In all th various branches. Ladies .and
Children's Hsht C resting don la the best style. ,.
JSl-lf - . . .1.. j. ,
-Co LJiDr. J. H. McLSAHTI
'6 .) I
ted ia The Uerl
r , ; jpuniprcn
S'B Greatest Bemedy
,i , ( ArTBtgl
; A WD
ly a soientiao and
procured by the d fil
iation of Roots. Herbs
and Barks, Yellow
Dork, Blood Boot,
Cherry Bark and Dan
delion enters into its'
Hcforc Takinjii artire' remeji.i Aftfr Taking,
principle of each Ingredient Is thoroughly ertraeted by
my new method of dliUlllng. produolngi.a delicious, ev
hileratlng spirit, and the most INFALLIBLE temedy for
nnDmf inr aueaseo evneai. aoa resionfi uie aink.
suffering and debilitated INVALID to HEALTH and
flcl.KAIi'S BTRErYOTHENIff O COIl.
Will etrtually ears
UVBR COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA. .JAUND10B
Obronle or Nervous DeMlltr. Diseases af tha
uu an uirvmi aminx irom a auoroerc llver or Hlm
aoh, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward Piles. Addltv or Blek.
ness of the Stomach, Fullness of blood to the Head. Dull
pain or swimming In tne heart, ralw.tatlon of tha Heart
ruitnees or weietit in the Stomach. Bour Briutatlnna
looaiog or suxicaunii reel nx w hen 11
or Yellowness of UieBklnaod Eyes. Nlxht Bweatafln
ward rerera, Pain In the small of the back, chest or tide.
Sudden Flushes of Heat, Depression of Spirits, Frightful
Drri.nl.. T..n ini n r TM.nAnrlMnf,a ..... w.. w... r i
Bores or Blotches on the Skin, and Fever and Ague (oi
wuiiuHiu eoTer.; - j
.Over a jrilllion ! tiottlee
Have been sold during th lest six months and In no In
stance has it railed In giving entire mtisfaeUon - Who,
then, will suffer from Weakness or Debility when Mo-
LEAN'S 8TRENQTHENING cordial will en re you?
No language can convey an adequate Idea of the Imma-
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una uoraiai in tne aiseasea, aeoiutated and shattered
nervous system, whether broken down by excess, weak h.
nature, or impaired by sickness, tbe relaxed and unstrung
vuiw piiauoe uculo ana vigor,
ITIAIC1CIED PERSON. "
Or others conscious of inability, from whatever cause.
win noa m
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r of tbe system; and all who may have injured
themselves by improper Indulgences, will find In the Cor
uni a ceriain ana speeay remedy. ,
Te tbe lAsllee. ' '
s Mreiisiuenins tordiaJ
Is a sovereign and speedy cure for - '
INCIPIENT VON SO nPTION, WHITES
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, tneontlneno of
urine or involuntary Discharge thereof. Falling of th
Womb. Giddiness. VainUne and all Diaeaaea Incident tn
females , . - ,
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oioomor neaitn to mount your cheek again. '
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nctamoment,trylt,andyoBwlllbt convinced. ;
fq T)iTTTPTnnq Tfl TATTT?
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" vj.v a-v. .m I I,
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w"!r?cn har-P. -rsayinj His Justas good,
aucu men. ask ior aicLean a Btrenffuieninr tinv.
ini'Srr:S.nli J! U the only remedy that
IfMnwihan rhaMt. .. .
Bioicui. t -. - 1
One tablespoonful taken very morning fasting. Is s
ws muj ptvvatlCU. UJaWJSkwV ItUVUi ID ID
bottle . r r
rrxnm nn if w 1 i,av bupwia st ax ue s. mm aw mz . ,,,
v arcs Lrv asm, vi v iukkicsi iur sj J
- Sol Proprietor of this Cordial,
Also MoLaui'a Vnlnuiln Ml I,lnlm.nL "'
Pricotoal Denot on thsnnrneror ThinlanA Pin. mkrmmkm.
Lculs. Mo. ........
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certain onre for Canoe rs. Piles, gwelllnrs and Rron.
or Goitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weakness of th
Muscles, Chronio or Inflammatory Rheumatism, Stiff-
of th Joints, contracted Muscle or Ligament
or Toothache, Bruises, Sprains, Wounds, Fresh
Ulcers, Few Sores, Caked Breasts gore Nipple,
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1 or any innammauon or train,
or ho long tha disease nun
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decrepitude and misery by the I
mcleans volcanic oil
. HNIMENT -
relieve' pain almost hvatanhuieoailv. and It srll
cleanse, purify and heal th foulest sore Id an lnoredl
snort tun. 1 , ,
Fr Horses and Other Anlmalsi v
McLean eelebrated Llnlmant la the nnlw .1. m-A m.
remedy for the onre of Spavin, Ring Bonr Wind
Splints. Unnatural Bumns. Nodes or Bwelllnn. TI
never fall to cure Big Bead, Poll Bvll, Fistula, Old
running Bores or Sweeny, if properly applied. 1 For
Dprains, bruises, (Scratches, Bores or Wounds, Orvktd
Chafes, Saddl or Collar Galls It is an infallibl
remedy, apply it a directed, and a ear is oe ruin in
instance. - ,1
Then trifle ne longar with th many worth leas Linl
offered to you. Obtain a sunnlv of Dr. MeLaanfe
wieoraiea liinimsns. it win our yon.
- - J. H. IflCAiEANf Sol Proprietor,
Oorner of Third and Pine Streets, St. Louts, Mo.
Fral by J1 druggists. ,
For sale by ROBERTS A SAMTJBL,
augaS-dAwlF - , - - Columbus, Ohio.
CANADIAN A UNITED STATES MAIL
STEAMERS o !'
TO AN II FHUiVl 1
Ve m at ' ' a ' y-v ' "
Liverpool, Montreal, yuebec,
1 1 . and ; . ;
i ism W, YORK. '
Tha Montreal Ocean Bteamahln OiMian,'. flnlliu
Clyde-built Steamers sail every Mat.
nrday from PORTLAND, carrying the Canadian and
States Mall and passenger. ., -
NORWEGIAN, NORTH AMERICAN,
. BOHEMIAN, 1 v ANGLO-SAXON,
NORTU BRITOS, HIBERNIAN, ;
CANADIAN, ' NOV A SCOTIA.'
SUorteet, Cheapest and Qnlckcat Con.
... veyanco iroiu ,
AMERICA TO ALL PARTS OF STOOPS.
Hates of Passage to Europe.! ' h
S30, $66, $80. ' . .
sail from LIVERPOOL err ry Wednesday,
from QUERE0 every Saturday , culling at
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and lard Mails and
Passengers, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
TrpThesa Steamers ar built of iron. In water-tight
compartments, carry each an experienced Surgeon, and
attention Is paid to the comfort and accommoda
or passengers. As thtvnroeeed direct to LONDON-
DEBT, th gieat risk snd delay of calling at St. John's
Glasgow pasMngsr are furnished with na naaaan
tickets to and from Londonderry. j '
Kemrn tickeis granted at reduced rates. 1 '
Certificates issued for carrying to and brir.rinvout Daa-
sengirs from all the principal towns of Great Britain and
Ireland, at rednced rates, hv thai line ef ateamara. anrl
Ui WASHINGTON L1NB OF BAILING I ACK.ET8,
ivaTiug biverpooi every weea. .. 1 ,' '
Slrht Drafts fat XI and upward par
.aan aia T.ngia.nui ireiana, sc-
I . 1 f : .laud, ar. Wales. - i
For passage, apply at the Office:' 23 BROAD.
WAV, Net Work, and it) WATFIl BJT.,
Mverpw.l, , , ,
, I 8ABSL k BSaSLI, Oessral Agents.t-
to- J. R. ARMSTRONG,
BOlO-lydAw ... Buteamaa OrUoe, Columbus, Ohkvf
AMERICA)WATCM! r 8 '
CALL' AT NO. 83, SOUTH HIGH ST.,
and examine our new make ef x : -,-1 1,,;, j
? AMERICAN WATCHES, Mt
manufactured by B. IIOWARD A CO ; Boston, Mass.
These Watohee ar ne nipeiior to anything ever offered
the publio, heretofore, living the exclusive aganoy.
sell them at prices to suit the times. I hay Just
ncvinu a largs una j t ffff
manqfactared by APttETON, TB ACT , CO ; alo,a
nmassoranenisi 1 , . , t.
EifGLisn Ann swiss watches,
In Gold and Sliver Casei, at Panic price. 1
J8 " !--.'-.V A ti, , .Wk J. BATAGi.
" A CHANGE. !
HATING, ON THE Alb INST., tVUHa
chased o(B. R WEAVBRhis entire stock af Drv
Goods, at No. 103 High St., with th view of changing
rnwm, a wmseiianui ui nrat uay 01 April, wiui
eutreMtve, . . .,i.:,,'( . . T-. ,k v I
at cosT roRCAsm l
, " , l 'r i r -
fancy Drew Bl?k. Frinirrf, Bnttont, Trln.Tf.tnrj, Vc
Alto f iguied Mori a of, De JUtoet, KhawTB mid C Walt,
Eegerdleti of Cost 1 1
iUiifMrau i .
A compound remedy', Wgned to ba the moat
effectual AUtativt that ran K m.H. V. i -
Amrattvt that can ha m.H. r. 1.
?d ,e?tr'ct of Pr KarssparilJ,.
so combined with oth(p ,ubrtancet of a
Uve.Antidote for the di... u
repnted.to cure 16 hl'?Zl m
remedy is wantei by those who suffer ft?,m
.mu P1"1"4. that one which will
sccomplish tlieir curt must prtv of i , ,u,
service to tins large class of our sillicted t llow.
Al" .wmplotelr thlonn,p,TO4 wiu
ao tt nai hn tmvwvam k r
- . r.wv.. j AwAiejsi ua many
complabtsS!iMe 10 U
Eruptions and Eiti:i.T,v ti,-'... tr. .
piupi.es. blotc v.,:.z:: : i .z r"'
Scald H.ad. Btl .'"."""a
FEOTIONS, MBRCORIALDlaEAAP.. Tl,,nu. KT...'
Raloia ob T10 DoOLouitBtx, Drbiuty! Drs-
PBPSIA AND IWDIOtSTIOH, EUTSIFKLAS. RoSI
oa- St. Anthony's Fiiir. and ini ,v '
r awaiwywwj IAV WUUIO
class of complaints ariainw from Iu.
thb Blood. ..ft a sf 1
Ihis compound will bo found a ATMS
motw of health, wncncjolort.la thoung, to
expel the foul humors which fester in the
blood at tlint am son nf rh n.l ' 11. .1.. ..-..
ly expulsion of thera many rankling disorders
re nipped in the bud.' Multitudes can, by
ths aid of this remedy, Spare themselves from
ths endurance of fonl eruptions and ti'efrous,
som, throu?h which e Svsttbm "Hill sutVe to
rid itself of corrupUons, If not assisted Ui da
this thrOUCtf the nntnml r.l.r.,,,.1. . .i.-'i.-.i
b7. TO alterative medicine. ,Cloaiise put the
vitiated blood whenever you find iu impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores 1 cleanse it whan VOU Anrl I. IJ A.
structed and slucrUh In tl, . .1 1.
whenever it is foul, And VOUs fcolinM Wi ltr-1
.i r- i., uu" "r T" ,cu
j n..L-u. jiven wnere no particular disorder
is folt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for clcansino- the lilnnrt V, i,
blood healthy, and ell ia well ; hut w,irh tv,;.'
pabulura of lifii disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
J"fUI? T0" the great S;hinerT of
I,'c disordered pr Overthrown.
BarsaparUla has, , and Reserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing those ends. But
the world has : been cgrsgiobaly .docdvSd by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone, has not all the- virtue- thnt is clulmed
for it, but more because mnnv-nmnnitmri.
pretending to Iw concentrated extrocu of it,
contain hut little of the virtue of crmparilla,
or any thing else.
During late Vcare iCe niililim kUTi,,;.
led by lurge bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsnnarilln for one nilln llwr
of these have been frauds upon the lick, for
they not only conluin, little, if, any, Sarsnpa
riila, but often no curative properties whattv- '
rr.' Ilunee, LitXot and painful disfiimtiLntiiient
? us. of theTBriouacxtrwUcf
SarsaparUla Wlucliflodd the mnrkeff until tho
nttme iM U 'W ha become
t,.viitiiiuh will! imniunon nnn . npnt. aHfill -
8 call this compound rjarsflDarllla: and intend
to aupply such a remedy as shall rotcuc tlic
namo from tlio load of obloauvf winch -aWa
. . ..... - z
upon it. And wo think ws hav trroufid for
uehoving It has virtues WluehJasn, irromitihln
bv the ordinnrv rurrof tho disena-n-rt-n lnfrmL.
cdj to citre. ' ' Li order to secure rJiLir riin.nlr.fr.
crailicntion from the system, the remedy ehoiild
oc jutuciousiymiccn nccorduti; ta curections on
the bottle." v ' .. .
Cr AYEU CO.
Price, s)t per iiottto, Sis Uettlr tr $9.
Ay erVCh 6rry Pectoral
has won for ilnelf such fl iwnoirn fur tho euro ol
every variety cC 2'iuout and liing Cuiii)hiin, thai
is entirely unnecessary for, us to. swoofust tho
eyidonce ot lis; virtues, wherever $ ha .l.orTeui
ployed. .At it has ( long been jii.cuus'uiit ma
throngliout this Rtctiai., we newl m.td mora than
assure tho people rtstniulily is kept up to tha best
it ever bss been, and thul it tuny-U relied on to
do for their relief ail it hus crer heeu found to do
Cotthtnesim, JamtdU'e, , Dysplp.mJnZipstim:
Ditcnter), Foul SlomacTi, J-tytipetai, llm&cht,
Pilct, WftumnHsni, Erttptioin anrtSMrhUmiisa,
Livtf CcniplninC, 'prtyC-'7nt;-'Tn!irria.rt
Salt Ithenm, ' Worlusl ' fS,,?. VWr-nW',.
Dinner. Pitt, nndjbf 1,ih$ljh,yihi'1iltor;l
They arc stigar-coat'cJ, fit, .ntlmet
tive can take thera plrawntly.-aiid.tlsef as) th
best aperient in the world fvr U rJio purposraxii h
flnmilsT nVinoin - -
Price 25 sents per Box';' Fivo bosos for' tf.QJ.
men, and eminent personages, hnve-knt their
names to oonify the unparalleled nsocuiiieMuruiciM?
remedies, but our space here wiU not, permit tba
insertion of them. The Atrrmts belnw nn.nl f,.r.
nish gratis oin America n AtMAACiiUvliichthoy
given: with also full rtpsoriiitirm nf ihn h...
complaints, and tho treatment .that tligpld h? f.j
lowed for their cure. '
Do Hot beDtlt Off h tinnrinrinln rl.ntnr ;...
other preparationa they make more prnSron.
Demand Ater's. snd tiike no ntlir-r. 'TV,; .,1.1,
want the best aid there is for them, nd-they li.ml.i
have it.- , , m , , ,r . ,
All our remedic are for sale ByJ fj a J
ROBERTS A KAHTrvr,. r.'in.k..
by Drnggista and Dealers svxywtBS. u
i V . W I , 1 1 .
. M1T3. tWIlIGLO W.
esperienotvl Nnm ud Fenwle Phyirctaa, prtteott
w uic avLsyvjvioD oi ooucri. oer
SOOTH I N G S TRUP.
FOR CHILDREN. TEETHINfi. i
which rreatly facilitates ths process of tee thing, by soft
ening the gums, reducing all lnflsHiwuUox-wUl allay
ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, aod I r-.
8UKE TO KEG UL ATE THE BOW EL.
Depend upon It, mothers, 1 1 will give rest to yournlros
' ' ' -'
SELIS7 ADD HEALTH TO 10TJ1 TaiAHll.
we nave put upend sold this article for over ie vaaia.
CAN BAT, IN CONFIDENCE AND TRTJTB.af it.
what we have never bees able to ay 01 any other anedl
! MKVEB HAS IT FAILED. IN A BINuLB INhT-
anuk, TU urralUT A CURB, when timely used. Nov- -r
did we know an Instance of dlssatlsfaetion by any oa
who ased It. On the contrary, all are delighted with It
operation, and, speak in lennt of oommendaUoa f lbj
magical effects and medical virtue. W speak Id Ihl
matter "WHAT WB DO KNOW r after ten years' erpe-
nenoe uu maiuuis UUS B.HVUTAT1UB roe. TUB
FULILLMBNT OF WBAT WB BBRB DBOLARB. Ie
almost every inetaoet where the infant Is suffering 801
ain and eihaestlon, relief will be foead In fifteen or
wenty minutes after tbeByrap laadminn'.'.-.
This valuable preparation the prescrinti -.n of on of
mcst BXPBRIKNCIiDsBd BKlLLs'l L. Nra-S in
Hew Kngltsil. and aaabeea need With Nt ' l it FAIL
ING 8UC0K88 In ' - i. ...
. , a ilOUSAWDS OP CASES. ,
Itnotonly relieves the elilld front pain, uut Invigof
atcs the etomaoh end bewele, eorreets nulitji, , i give
tone and energy to th whole sj :m. It will uiuttk
stantly rsliev m m si mv V . ,1
exir.ie u tbxbotsls, aits r:N a colic
and overcome oonvejtlons, which. It nut speedily mre
died, nd in death, We believe lt the HKbT hT StIR
K8T BBMBDV IS THB WORLD, in Hi! .-iv, of DVS-
nisini ana uiAHUiiusa IN CUll.UUkji, whether
ItarKe front teething, or tram any other one. W
woald say to (very snotherwho htsa ehiM sngrring frea
anyof tlifoieguiranmplai.)ts DO NOT LET TOtlB
rniJUUlCKB nOK TUB PUK.Il lHf-rrOTHKHB
stand between you andyourtuili-ri. ,; r, m i. aiid the re
lief that will be BUBBye. BHiiLL"rt LY.BUBB I .
101 low ttiesuH of thu mcilicine, 11 timely uw.i. Fall
factions for using will accompany h b. .'Me. Non
genuine anl.se lhe fw-slraile of OUB.11B A i'SAKLMB,
Mew York, Is on ins euuue w, upper.
Bold by aU DruKmisUi throughout the
Pri tclpal Office is Cedar ' - m.T.
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS FCT. 0TTLE.
oUff-dfcely .,' 1 . l; ,.,. . i
A r : , t - I b, .1 1
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS.
lIEFOLI.IIWIl.li rrj . -
A mads In lhe theeffi.'i-r. ( t
1H6I, to wit: V, A. furr, l',. .. ,. at, and Taosu
Hoodib. OMhIer, re..ui-.l tlu-ir od . j. Davi TaTboa,
Bsq,, was then tliciui I'esideut mui Wa. A. Platt ap
pointed Cashier. f. ,
By orrter of th Bowd of TMre-t
fcbS, tbul-dtf. j,? t W. A. ii r, r-ahler.
Ulli: li. ..i 1 WiliAAii A a.-.. . 1
NBW B0. 1 WHITB FITT from T ' "Tnron, la
Bhls., Half and Quarter Bbl. Iff ...gvj. in n9for
lby Si."ig McKKs) A lltM UACA..
mf HViMrJl! K s,Korth li' h stieel.