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THURSDAY EVENING. MARCH 28,1861.
LOCAL MATTERS.
The Adami Eiprcas Company places us dally
uudcr obligation to it for the very latast papers
: '; from tue eastern dues.
' The American Exprsss Company bat oar
thanks fur Its dally favors In the shape of the
very latest eastern papers. ' -
Notice to ScBicaiDtM. City subscribers to
the Daily Slalttman, who may change their
' dwellings or places of business at this seasoa
of the year, are requested to notify our carriers,
or leare word at our countlngroom, of the
plaoes at which they wish their papers left
thereafter. - -
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1 Post Orrrci Boiolar Awtmo. H. L.
BaoNsoN, a ycunz man who has been flour-
isning in -inesville during tne past wmr, ...
wrested on Mond.y, the S5th Inst., at Newark,
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nr(l,.l.u t.lac. on the
oy marsnai tsaooxa, 01 toe p..wu.u,,
' charge or having been concerned in tne recent
robberv of the Tost Office at Bacvrus. On ex-
ami.ln. a nnm1.l .et of burfflat'a tool.. S
dark lantern and other articles of a like char-
i aoter, were found In bis possession. He was
taken to Bucyrns for trial It Is thought be
was also conceded with tbe recent Post Office
. robberies in Znesville aud Putnam.
ErwoTi ov the Stosk -The storm or tern-
ru.r f T,,. ...ninv. tha CGth Inst., was
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very severe m inoiuuau. .uu.u um.B.
donsby the violence of the wind in unroofing
and otherwise serlOuslv Injuring msnybnlldingl.
M.n. rprann. were in imminent nerll of the loss
r i'f a ii k r t irni. t Aanla mnA tm
v. iui u ..uu ..v. I
ber. ' In conaequenoe of the partial nnroofiog I
A.r m nn laH naiMAri Ami. wDa i
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Va ' f LJ mill .UK uaiiu mui siiuis "
was passing along tbe street, was itruck by ons
. of the falling Umbers, and her skull fractured.
It was the opinion of tbe physicians called to at
tend her that aho could not survive
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Psompt Payment. It will be seen by the card
of Messrs. Baothmun & Halm.Io another place
in this paper .that they have received from Mr. H.
R. Bxison, Agent of tbe Hartford Fire Insurance
Comnanv. the full amount for which thev were
insured la that CompiDT, three thooiand dollue. I
The promptitude with which this payment has I
h;.nm.. la r.ra,tttahla alik. tn tha Cnmnanw
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and Ite Agent, and should commend both to
the favorable attenllon of property-holders, who
deslre to be securely euaranteed aealnst loss bv
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Thi Lati Fiac Our Furniture Msnufacto
ry, which was destroyed on Saturday, the 33d I
Inst., was insured for J3,ihju in the Hartlord Fire
Hair
Insurance Company, which sum has been paid
In full tbis day by tbe Agent, II. . Beeson,
EtO.
The promptness sad liberality with which tbis
Company adjusts Its losses, commend It to tbe I
patronage of the oilisens of Columbus andvl-j
cinlly , and we recommend those who desire, in
oaseof loss, to have their claims speedily ad-
justed and promptly paid, to call on H. R. Bee
t..A .-a ..A ,n.iinir D Du. I
son, Esq., the Agent of the Company, in the
i Jahnsofl Building;, and obtain a policy. '
. . BROTHERLIN, HALM & CO.
Columbus, O.March 27th, 1861. dlw.
. KTCoIumbus. Ohio, Is situated at thirty nine
.rid f li....... mln..i. Kn.il. I.flind..
B-"-" J ..n ..w.v.
and at eighty-one degrees, three minutes, and
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lire seconds. oT distance, and five hours, thirty.
two minutes, and twelve seconds of time, West
Langltude froai Greenwich, England. . Distance
from Washington city three hundred and nine,
ty-seven miles. ...
- O Id an advertisement by a railway com
pany of some uncalled fur goodi, the letter L
has,' by an accident, dropped from the word
lawful, aud It now reads: "People to whom
these packages are directed, are requested to I
corns forward and pay the awful charges on the
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. PosTronto. We are requested to state thai,
inconsequence of indisposition, Miss Fbahkin-
ttao U obliged to postpone ber contemplated
Infant Gudca lecture, this evening, at Mr.
IltVL'S Seminary , till another evening, of Which I
.Ill k. i,- .',.!' I
duo notice Will be given.
STDurlng the storm in the afternoon of Tuet-1
dayi the 26th Inst , IitUe bo, was .truck with I
Ilohtninrp at Iiutianannlla. , Ha area In thai vara
?.r.B. . .. ..'...I
oi nis ratner's residence at tne time, ai a late
hour tbat night he was alive, but unconscious.
' Auction. Remember the sale of turn furni
ture and carpets by W. R. Ksrr, tomorrow,
.Friday 29lh, at Ne. 165 South Front street, be-
twwen Town and Rich, commencing at ten
o'clock, A. M. ..... i . ... ...
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O" Yesterday was cold and blustering to-1
day Is warm and pleasant. ' Yesterday, old Win
tar was grinning at the young Spring, which,
to day, leafe laughing from his rnde embrace.
O A new way of spreading the gospel has
been invented. It consists in painting on
fences, barns and bridges, texts of scripture, so I
that "be woo runs msy read.'
HT Faith end perseverance will move moan
tains.'. -."3 ' "!
ii 'The loeaon yo. ahonld learn, f "
.i.i Ki v Try, try imtia; ..: -t i i ,. : j ;
..j, i i If atflratyeadon'taucoeed, . i.- )
Try, tryejeto
O A Railroad Convention Is in session in
Cleveland, for the p urpose of arranging a Sum
mer Time Table...,"", , t ,
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ST "Lugh and grow fa' is ad old and true
maxim, meaning In modern phrase, "Beoheer-
fulan'd growhandaome. " ' ',', ''1
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Paor. Wood's Ristohative Coawar, and Blood
Rcnovatos Is, without doubt, the best tonic Cd
dial In the world. To those who are suffering from
General Debility we would recommend Its bso,
for while It Is pleasant to the taste, It If strength.
' tnlng to the system.' and will at once tend to
remove all Impurities of tbe Blood, fend eradl
cats all ttfeoea of diseuer ll oas bir Uken'by
the weakest stomach, while those In good health
will at onoe feel Its exhilarating power. We are
confident that after naing ont bottle of this Cor
dial, none will be for day without it. JVcw
VortIfifr:'" '''' - .n. ..... ..-
ITWa oongratulate our readers upon the
discovery of a cure for 'Rheumatism, Gout and
Neuralgia, fend. ell Mercurial Diseases, which
U e ffeoted without the nse of internal stedlcloes,
which destroy the constitution ana give tempo
rary relief only.' In fact It is the only known
remedy effecting a perfect cure, and we feel
warranted, from its recommendations, in sailing
the attention of the afflicted and those having
.friends suffering from Rheumatism, Gent
Neuralgia, er the pernicious effects of Mercury,
to the advertisement In another column of our
paper, of Dr. Leland's Anti-Rheumatic Band.
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;iTR. KifesrAtkics, No 165 E9n&; allgli
Stmt, has verj jsholos) assortment of Gold and
SUrer Walohss, fine Jswelry, Clocks,' Silver
and Plated Ware, at prices to nit th timed.
Rail Road Time Table.
Lrmt Hum fc Otumao Jt Zona K. B.
Lavt. Arrive.
Accommodation.. 1.10 A. M. S.13P.
' No. 8 Ha 8.30P.M. 3 SOP.M.
NightBrprew. 8.43 A.M. ' S.tlA.M.
CuTVILAlID, OOLCHBOS OmOIMATI H. B.
. Brprae and Hall 3.00 t. M. 1.40 P.M.
Might Bxvrem 3:23 A. M. IHOA.M.
OorraALOmoB. B.
Bipree Trtla 1.00 K. U M A.
Mall Train 8.40 P. M. 8 80 1.
Prmioaaa, Ooumra Ik Onounun B. B.
linnu Train .3:00 A.M. 8.30 P.
Mall Train 8,40 P. M. 8:80 P. M.
OOLOMIDS JclKDUKAKUaB.B. ,
lOolumbaa, Plqna t Indiana a. . j
rpraaa Train... 8:10 A.M.
Ixpras train 8:45 P.M.
11:10 A.M.
8:10 P.M.
PcasoruL. N.' Gnndershlmer has lust re.
turned from the east, where he has purchased
one of the finest assortments of Cloths, Cassi
meres.aod Vestlnes of every grade and variety
ever offered in tbis market. Be has ourcbaaed
his entire stock of first bands, which will enable
him to sell as low as anv other establishment
west or lb mountains He has secnred the ser
vices of the well known cutter Mr. Robert
Sparling to take charge of the tailoring depart
ment. Those desiring the best of material cot-
P i.wsi ana nest sty e or cut and
examine
ul" miure puronasi-K euei
ur Pu?""'8 ewewoere. .
. . , . .. , 00dIbUi ,tock
iCX 01
a. I.i.t
as just
Gents' furnishing goods, all ol which has Just
Arrived and are of tbe latest patterns. Persons
'ersons
C"'D8 0MnP 1 ,0. tViM
A large and well selected stock of Readv Made
Clothing kept constantly on hand, at prfeei to
suit the times. ,
Remember the place. No. 129 South
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street, one door North of the Goodale House.
Cooohs. -The sudden ch anges of our ollmat
are sources or ruimonary , Broncbial and Aith-
are sources or ruimonary . tironcbial and Astn-
matio Affection.. Experience having proved
wat simple remedies often act speedily and
certainly, when taken In the early suites of the
dtuui.. nnM .hn..M at nV. k. k.4
Brtvm't Brtneklal Trochu," or Lozenges, let
the Cold, Coui(b, or IrrlUtion of tbe Throat bs
""got, by this precaution a more ae-
"m tack may be effectually warded off.
Knhlln SnMbM anil KiniMM flnl lkn f.
Publlo Speakers and Singers will find tbem ef-
fectual for elearlns; and strengthenine tb
TOiflfl. raa tflnn Minitni. rnt asim vnnisMsiiAB
f m . . . w w . . .
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and retail, by Roberts & Samuel, No. 24 North
High street, S. Samuel Co., No. 85 South
High street. . '
Good We met one of our friends yesterday
Broadway, and were astonished at tbe chance
nis appearance. . A tew weeks ago we saw
bim, be was Dale, lean and delected: eomnlain.
of weakness and debility, having been so
amiciea an summer, in ow ne appears
healthy and strong. We learn he owe
tn h fat. I
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" .v-ii.ua ... ui. .va-1
"'mob entirely to mcIaIan- aTRiNoraiNiNo
Wat ! alii win (PA rtnmnlalnlni nf CIm.
Debility to try it: It Is certainly a verv
pleasant remedy. We learn that there are large
quantities of it selling dally. Morning Herald
Goon Enodoh. For any one, rich or poor.
Guernsey's Balm elves Immediate and Derma.
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ent reuer in an cases wnere an external reme-
ID Sea advertisement of Prof.
MiLtaa'a
Invigorator In another column.
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SPECIAL NOTICES.
THIRD flU AS8E8I0S.
Karros Btathxix: Pleaae announce) the
of
JOBIPH LEIBT a. a cand.daU for Aaaeaaor in the thlri
..rf. Ha will be auonortad bv
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HOSTS Of f BUNDS
Idle
MANHOOD
HOW LOST, HOW BEbTOBKD.
JUST PUBLISHED. ON THB NATURE. TBI AT.
MB NT AND RADICAL CUBE OI 8PBRMAT0RRUBA
or8emlnal WeakneN, Sexual D.blllty, Nenroutneta, In.
voluntary Bmlaalona and ' Impotoney, reenlllnfi
i lu I
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Beif abai, o. By Bom. J. oaiverweii, H. D. Bent
rseel. In a plain envelope, to ,n, Mnm, poat
1ST rTtaWK cSfiTbTS:
w " Me Sh
4,38.
marSI:3mdk
Einnriwzix'i
r sail THROAT ana
hvna conpi.AiiT8t
iMClsielillK WHOOP1NO
COUflll, statd every
CaamaIaUat the fererstst
er eft stnd even actnal
consuinpTioN.
The Great NEUKAIe
Gil) ItKinEDV and Nat.
nral OPIATE adapted
te ewery epeelea ef Ner
vena Complaint., Ner.
wane and. Chr.nlo
Headache, sthennaa
tlam. Catarrh Teeth
and Ear Ache l-mua ml
Kleep and tjewel Cenia
plaints. . s , . a
UNIVERSAL
couan
REMEDY,
BUVKEWSLI'I
TOLU.
AH0DY7IE.
bat by procuring and reading deeeriptlve pawpShta.t
ne roana wtu ail aeaiere, or win weaena aw rropneior
..demand. Pomnlaa and Trial Bottle Mat lo Phvai
eiana. who will Snd devalnBroanaa lafeoth worth their
aceepiaao. and approval.
euT.
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by rae oanal wholeaal. and retail dealer
TI.
everywhea.
JOHN I.. IICrvNEWELLt Preprleto
OHIHI8T AND r HASH ACS CT1BT,
lo. 9 ConuneTOialWbarf, Boston, Xass. ; I
Kotorta a Banoel. V, B. Marple, J. B. Cook, J.'M
Danly, 0. Denlr bone, A. J. Bchaeller A Son, Aajenl.
fcr Oolunbaa, Obi. . aiyl-dly
nor fats 1.1 re fills.
IdII eaaae of ooatlveneai, dytpepela, Milton and Uyst
aSetUona, piles, rheamallan, Severs and acuea, obatl
aata Bead aehao, and all aeial dsranawarats of health
tbeee pills bay Invariably proved a oertalo. and tpeady
rmdy. A alngle trial will plaoe lb Ufa Pill, herotxl
lb reach ofoorapetlUoa ht the Mtiautloa of svrj ps-
Dr. Meat's Phaaht BltUii will b foand sqoally t
la alloaaea of aerrao. debility, dyapapeia, head
ash., the ricks incident te
Indelicate health,
sad rvery kind of weakness of th direetiv orrana.
tor sale by Dr. W. B. K Off AT, 33S, Broadway, K. Y.
aadhyallDrsniita. . ., narW-dftwlP
The followlnf li nxtraet from a
latter written by tha Bv. 1- . Holm, putct et th
Plarrtpolnl-Btmt Baptlat Ohareh, Brooklyn, . T.,to
Ike'VoarnaJ and Haaaanfer," Olacinnail, 0., and apeak
VohnM In favor of that world-renowned medio Is, Has.
Wnaatow's BooTwia. Iracy roa Ciiw Tn auna
HWe.a advnttaaMBt In yonr eolnmn. of alas
WmaLow't rJoomui Braor. Now we never raid word
In favor of a patent Bedldn before In oar life, batw
feel ooBpellBd m tay to your readan that thi. la ao hnm
bus w. mAV. triad rr, ado kw. rr vo aa au. it
clam. It It probably on of th Boat taroetafnl aedt-
eioee of the day, beoaua. It la on ot th beet. - And tboa
of yoarreadtrswhokavs bableeoM'tdo batter than
ay la .apply." - warnyaaw
mew Heor iatHT, , ; ; ,
' N (H 89, 80VTH DIQH gIBBIT. . ,y
Ilavs Joal roel4d a'aw make of HOOP SKIRTS
Inlabad ia a aoaanar fat aupaelor to any yet In trod no d
for vki rr ;3ntra n -.I :tr.
DURABILITY AND GRACEFULNE93,;
ssin. ' " i ' '
TTTHSS sou go Is Kew Tort , drive direct td lb. -L
YY . BMITHSOniAN MOUSE,
BBOADWAf, COJtNIB Off HOUSTON STB JCT, '
. '.Ceadactsdaath ' ,n I '. ,
ErrnopiBA.n' piaANr.
Oood Tara, Qood Kootnt, ffroBpt Atlendanoe, an atod-
srat. Charge. '
IINGL1 BOOMS SO CIS. 7S CTB.and 11 UK DAT.
v 'O.i., Tinrmi.aifW)MSai,dPAlL0Jllai.MtflS3.
Heal, aa ordered. ThU HoUl nu all th appointment
ot tb bet hoUU, a matt central location, and 1 heated
Uirougnoat by Bteaak. . BAJaUBi. SI. AlMAD, ..
maronvdwi . ,.,i. rroprutor,
A CHANGE., r;
IO. ore vnv otitrviwa'r.. prm
A.X Ibaard f a. a. WEAVIR kli entire ate ef Dn
at N. 103 Hl.h Ht will. Ik. vlw til kanrlne
my loeatloa, 1 will au aatil tb Sral day of April, with-
VW1B BBJWSIS f VI
:,;:AT,cosT,roncASH!
fancy Drm : Silks, ffrlnev, Bnttetiv, Trtrrwlnfa, Jto,
ii.niimiiia, Muice, auawiaua Vjioatt,
Segudleu of Costt
rtbSedlss
r. i. wood.
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REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
Washington News.
Washington March 87. -The following per.
sons were confirmed i W. H. Cnrwln. Smrturi
of Legation to Mexico; G. W. Vanhorn, Consul
to Marseilles; J. Leslie, Consul to Lyons; W.
IT a. . . ' .
n. carpenter, iODiul (0 too Cnoo; and K. M.
Shufeldt, Consul General at Havana i W. V.
Maneum. Consul to Ninirnn J. V.
Con.nl lai-...TS T ' n' ... in;::.'
. t-7 " V. ,'t M"raiwiwu;uitr.i
to IMorence; M. Howard, Consul to Messina; R.
C. Parsons, Consul to Rio Janeiro; W. H. Fry,
CnmW fLKtion Turin. Collectors of
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--.6 , u. jsiuier, luuwauaeai w. neriun,
Dubuque. W. A Dirt. Marahal Snnthcm Die.
wict ot new York.
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lut luuowing rosimastere were eonnrmed i
J. Sanders. MomDhis: Geo. Dawaon. AlbanT
n. IU. (jlann. HutTa oi M. Stm It. Kr n R
t. uenegar, uairo; a. Tindale, lielloville.
I he following nenona wern cnnfirmfd in.
. ,. y. vuimuucu, liCKuin ui iuo i ren-
sury; D. K. Carter, Minister to Bolivia : F.
nassure, Minister to Lcuador. Offloers for
N. Mott.and Horatio loA.nZnltZ:
"'-"--ovnor, inrney; niei jusuce, u.
Mar,hal B. B. BaVteTAlrd: Cle
Secretarvi W. Nnrth. Rni..ni nm..
n., w "n, ; ' 7T JT..
S??iahW ,are Governor; T. D. Bliss,
r.h r i.i.tt... i. n w:i a a a !...-'
am.T; w v -V . uu D"rlOD
lilu' Vail. Attorney; W A.Sharp,
I n.".r"r:y "f""oaoo,
Jot OoVa-no
a Twm-L ' '. ' e11', Chief iu'"?e!
I .'.U.DUU. ilHUIil.Lfl
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i.r miurauu ua.rie.
uaticei C. TownasnH.I
I Learmour. Aasooiata J nation i r, Tnwnaanri
MS,r?hJ .? ? Ed'ds, Attorney. ' '
1 ne lollowlnir vera conflrmail In thn P.l.ni
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uuioe 1 U. li. tlollowav. Uommiaa nnar. S M
h.. .i u u.ji. n o r: Vr" "
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washinoton, March as. Geo. C.Bestor was
eonnrmed rostmaster Of Peor a. I linnia. anH
C'i,rk Carr, of Galeeburg, III.
Tbos. A. Jackson has been appointed Chief
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'"olaolug Maj Day to be Lieutenant. Col., rice
Abercombie, promoted to the Colonelcy, were
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FOUR DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE.
Ntw Yosx. March 28. Th tmi.in r.:.
nt D.l.l.. r I in . . r W,V
w. Mai.uuviDj uuui uiTcrpuui join, auu Hueens-
town iin. arrived at 7:au a. m.
In the British Parliament tha
uuu ueeu to tea.
Mr GregorvbadaDot.ce on the books that
would, at an early day, call tbej attention o
the eovernment to thaexnriUnn.ri..n.nn.
rrnonitmn nf tha an.,.k. r r.j.r
- n w. u WW.UCIU wuuicueracv oil
America
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The French Corps Lf gialatiff was eniraeed in
debating an address. Tne main topio was the
Italian policy, which several memhen atmnoi.
denounced, and asserted that Eneliah nollrv h.H
proved victorious In Italy. One member warn-
the g0Terllm.nt .g., sn,0,dtf
,n1 Predicted Internal dangers ahead. The
Ministers protested against his speech, and d-
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nuutucr vuuiervoca ou me Syrian Question I
was to be held on the 11th, and an agreement
n expeoted. .
. me rrencn pspers publish dispatches an j
the threatening attitude of tbe Mus-
suimans toward tne Ubristiaos in Syr a.
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ma Dmirse was nat; 001 oo. I
The i irkish Government', drafta nn Mi
400,000, were duly paid on the 12th.
It wss rumored that Francis II. had ordered
f? 1 A mm
oer r.Dorti. that in. in v. k?
J?S ""ft"0 wUI ProbblJ
"ujio.iouf Burrcuuer.
Count Cavour presented the project of a law
proclaiming the Kingdom of Italy to the lower
branch of tbe Italian Parliament.
It is denied that Sardinia was nerotl.tino- .t
Rome.
All was quiet at Warsaw : but it is averted that
agitation though muffled, was iooreasinir. Rn. I
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There were differences between Sir Henry
Bulwer and the American Miniate tn
Su WW TrZtTT1 TBrke
w! D.S ,he ,aUer ,,CePtio
tp i . w 1
Washington's birthday.
.uuui wo tag i
were Arm, and towards tbe close there was' con.
AMMV MnV.V M...M, iL . tn.l I
lusou.w au.uiauuu auu .a auvance oi -w. fa? vs I
per esnk on oonsols, nnder the Influence mainly
wituwiiivrcj iavur.uie political advices trom
sauiwiiwei mw fu v ui ra, wtfUBUIS U I LaMrtll nn inn I
19th at 9isffl9ti'. mu- ooi "a iiV XI
. .,ov.., 4 .uu lur
.MUllinl. Tn lh. lil.nnH.ln..lr.. th. Ju . . I
vw-un .-v iw.c. .un uemauu tor i
uihuo waej very uiuuorate. nooui X,1JU,UUU In
bar gold was bought by the Bank on the 12th,
while 4M),000 sovereigns were taken out for
America. American securities were quite
buoyant after official hours, owing to the rise in
new i era reported ny tne Jura.
Lrvtarooi. BuiADTurFj. Messrs. Wake
field. Nash 4 Co.. and Richardson. Snnr.oa h
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l0 report r lour in more request, and eenerallv
held at an advance of 3d per bbl.; sales st 28a
30. 6d. Whsatin fair .Temand: goodqualitie.
renaranv larujroaniAinflAM,! kui ii.'4hi'i. i
,nj 10" ciiTj ' , ri r .
auu, nuiwivuujiu per cental. lOrn oil I
quarter dearer: Mixed 378(339: Yellow
37s
CJOtOQ.. ULla. 4(1 Aini . n. T . .
6d(a38s: White 39(3!39S. BeaT in fal, da.
mand, and low prices. Potkquiet. Bicon alow
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aa.o, uu. nuuio .yiuptums 01 a Better inquiry, I
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Aiara nun anu tower. .
London Marksts. Wheat firm at l(33i
dearer for good, but Inferior dull. Flour un
changed. Sugar 6d lower for raw. Coffee
inlet, v . ' 1 . ;
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LATEST.
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Team, March 13 The citadel of Messina
was surrendered to the Sardinian troops to-day.
Bkbnb, March 12th. The Sardinian Gov
ernment bas lodged a complaint with tbe Fed
eral Council against Bishop Morrelj, on aooount
his pastoral letter having contained remarks
disrespectful to Victor F.manuel. The Govern
ment or tne Canton of rribourg bas rejected it.
China. Pekin was quiet. .The treaty was
working satisfactorily. The rebels bars been
detested oy tbe Imperialists, again
has
dom
President.
Pasis, 13th The Pafrte denies that Prince
Napoleon is about to vblt Italy.
An encounter took plaoe a few days sinoe be
twee n a French Regiment of 700 Papal Zou
ares. A Frenoh Colonel was killed and three
men wounded.
vvaaaaw. jjin. A separate UOUDC1I or State
been granted by tbe Emperor to the Klne- LW.-A
. Dl.-J O. l.u" 1 .
v iviuiii, oouuiuieay was aouuimeu 1
Stale.
18
fair
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60V;
Va
Niw.YosK, March S7th. A dispatch from
Washington reports the unanimous oou&rma
llon of Hiram Barney as collector of Mew
York, and Mr. Ilollowayas Commissioner of
Patatav a ...n. ,i
A dispatch to the Poet says t Mr. Lsne wss
nominated for DUtriot Judge of Alabama, at
the suggestion of Mr. Cobb, from thatlState.
A Washington dispatch to the Ez$rt$$ says
Gov. Houston Writes to the President tbat
tbe Indiana are threatening Texas, and asking
toe cederai uovernmtnt can or will auord re
lief. ... i .ii .. '
It is reported tbat Rlers, the Waahineton
banker, ooatemplatee an investment In part of
tne uonieaerate stales loan.
alc
floe
U
H.r
doll
Niw Oaucaks, March.. 27. The Convention
bas adopted an ordinance - dividing Louisiana
into six Congressional Districts. . Also, an or
dloanoe transferring tbe publlo funds to tbe
uonreoerate Dtates. ' -i
Aa act, abollshlnsfree banking and introduo.
tog the general charier system, was passed, af
ter wnlon tne convention adjourned sta an.
Two companies oi .xonaves left for rensacoia,
to-dsy, on active service. , ,
,MobUe advices say mat troops and munitions
are conatantly moving to Peoeaoola Several
companies are cipected from North Afabama.
Sifc
8-53o
for
tail
are
[Special Dispatch to the New York Herald.]
CsAtLcsTeN, March 97. No ohange In tbe
upect of affairs at Fort Sumter. ' . ,
..President. Davis bas made a requisition on
this State for. troops for. a purpose unknown.
He has aiso called for 6UU rrom t lorida, and
8,000 from Georgia." "
The t lortda Lonvention will ratify tbe Con
federate Constitution, n i. .
' The Mississippi Convention will ratify It
unanimously, but Is divided on tbe question of
Its reference w tne people.
Virginia Convention.
Richmond, Maroh 87 The Convention de
bated till recess an amendment to the first reso
UtloBy deciarlng that the States) when tbe gov
eminent was first formed,- were Independent
eorerelgaUes, Inserting "and still are" after the
word'were."
U. S. Senate—Special Session.
[Conclusion of yesterday's Proceedings.]
WASHINGTON, March 27.
Amnl,1.l....i...i.. ..... .1. i.. M. mi .
. u V""V QB7 wouia can upon us to vin
nounclng t. t rlhti ndthe Constitution clothes
When the doors were opened Mr. Breckin
ridge moved to take Bp his resolution of yes
terday, saying, if his motion prevailed, he would
accept Mr. uingman'S sunstiiuie. tie aaaea
for the yeas and nays, saying thai he should
consider it a test question as to whether or
not the Senate was willing to express an ooin-
ion. . ' .. '
- -
Mr. Rice was in favor of Mr.. Breckinridge's
f """ uutimiugut ir. .ugui.u . went
loo lar, questioning tue ngni 01 the Senate to
MpM)ml an opinion on collecting the revenuo, to
the President
Mr. iBreckinrJdge "Id it would be for the
ocublv vt uoviuw, aw w tuv wvumuoo ui lur.
fjlina-man'e substitute.
Mr. Wade hoped it would be taken op, ao as
13 nave a square vote on it.
Mr. Rioe deemed it improper for the Senate
to advise the President in matters which rest on
him,
Mr. Clingman wanted to go further than the
n.ui.: ia - i..n.. t.n.i .l. n..i
dent. undAr Tlfllin lawa. naS no nnwvr in i ,
I.et rrnn. in th .Mwllnir StP.
Mr. Rice said the Senate was traveling far
IZZ ...V"".. l?
out of the way to advise the President. He
aZH-i "-r'" t.T...; ?!
T.7.Tj "i.lJ...u6
wuuiu neTer voie to witouraw iua iroops irom
them.
... .... . . . . -
iJreckioridge supposed the resolution em-
braced those points, as they are within the lim-
its oiriorida, but was wining those points
lne "olution rather
than hur " dfe did consider tbe
witndrawal or troops from Key West and Tor-
In... ...I .1 i.tl. rr.
liked to do so. because he entertained the hone
.u . " r o.....
u. .ui reunion oi an w. amies.
M. oi u it .v j-.i c . .
: l,uo ",u " " oiates were ae
tormlned to remain out of the Uuiou, be was in
oi woir going-in peace, and wonid at re
wem the forts and arseimls lor tbe sake of
peace, but thev wrra not in no.lnn nf IT..
VVest and Tortngas, and never would be. Tbeee
Points are needed for us, snd not for them . Tbe
comnjerce of the North will Bee these, and he
wouia not give tbem up under any circum-
atanoea.
Messrs. Clark. Simmons snd Ten Eick onw
j . i- . . i . i r
iue3u mamg up me resolution.
Mr. Douglas favored takitia- it nn. with a wi
offering an amendment to bring it within the
cope is ougnt to late, He thought It would bo
wise to withdraw the troops from Port Pickens.
revolutionary eovcrnment. nouM claim onlv
... IU..IUUIDU, a. iiiuuiuTumerv. DeiouriLi
what they occupied. He was willing, under ex-
ISllog Ciroumstanoes. to eiv. un KorU Snmlpir
auu ncaens, tney Deing ot no nse unless they
"ere intended
wom lukeuueu as a oasis ot military operations,
and were now Sources of canatant Irritation
air. jiranr nr (Ida m i...,n.tL .
i. .. : . -
-.". ."f." uv WIU UW. KBUIU. lull
a6 ? ,eat TOte' DOt ,ni)U8h " ""'Bht be so re
E? ,
Alr' "'de hoped the resolution would be ta
len UP Bn.a diecaMea- Udid not hesitate to
lnat tll Senate, under tbe present circum-
Btances, ought to express their opinion.. He was
nxi.ou' tnul ubJeol should receive a full dis-
f?"1011 Seven States had gone out of the
nn. ini.MrfMH .........1......, ia
The i ih ""T Mpwn n
. r Zf Z r "-""'"""- u yjwToru" i
. . Deen erected but a military
""I" arampies toeir ngfAts nnaer loot. If
. J . ?utum"J uo n.
Aft., htrina. il.k... . in..
.-..-v. aimin .v.u was taaen aj o
'"too quorum
Motions were made to adloura and no into exe
CUtkye session Still no onornm. '
Suggestions were made to take a recess, nd
ctihe irent-t-arma to bunt absentees.
Mr. Breckinridge said, after eivinar the Re.
2 a , "PPPOftunity to oonfirm nominations,
"i0S aisonarged bis duty, be moved
(:
aajourn . ate. Disagreed to,
Bdna,e "djourned tUI to morrow.
Finally, tbe
I
Fort Sumter Evacuated!
Washington. March 28 Tha rnf...:
newspaper bas received a dispatch that Fort
wui vuci wiiuil
Sumter is evacuated to-dav
1
New Ynar. Mamh OS It t. . r j .v..
. w. . . .a auuuuuvcu L I It. L
Grand Trunk Rail Road Co.. of Canada . ia
uuauia tu meet tue interest due on the 2Stb
the stock, nf tha AtUniu ..i . r. I
l-l .... . . '
leased nv tnom
fat
mimphis, Maroh S7.Five hundred Missis-
- 'i - I - .rTr. -"-e-"- . rensacoia,
ni ivwinsi naflSart iKannnli K .... r n a
Auoyuau military reception, and were en
. . . , . .
tuusiasucauy welcomed
In
THE MARKETS.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN]
NEW YORK, March, 23.
"1"wa"' """i11 a jt . uaiar. U7K;0 u.i)
L&.V&aft li M. 5B0.5 XiJ Pi
nuu rao.aiio..Ji, 11 vumn 1 Jt O yCHI
ai aau: Hnd 4R: H
,
'"u,i". u uo.a. juaraet qaito nrm
much lea. active: aaieaof2.vunobi.iaat ar. arva m
LOCK receipts f 8 339 bbla. Market quit. Arm
luparfliie Butej 5,4J5 55 for extra atate; tS,30
2
,, , - . . ' ' "
aobpuio. vanautnour more active and
a,vu 001a. j,toai7 ou.
B" PWiJR-steady at 3 4034 10.
"""rr.1?.1'600 '"et very much ex-
ana oi. oeiwri
ai38forChio..pringi l87i K for Mil. "ubi 1 35
verycuoice ao cuixu Amner low; j sr.ftjji 33 for Canv
. I v. . 1 qta 1 t ... . . ...
aeciuo; 1 jaii for winter red west ern; 1 4031 53
ior.wu.io wcaieru.
kvk nrro; aaletof 1.000 bath at 65Jtc.
BARLEY Urea at 72&80o. ......
CORN recelptaof 8.818 buih: market ahont ferctbir:
or eo.wu ouin at nwaiuinc lor old muted Wcalem
to re ana aeuverea, ana ooe for new do.
OATS quiet at 333350 for Wealarn. Canutl.n and
FORK quiet and aleady: aalea of SOOhhlaat aia B?ia
73 for meaa, and 180ia 55 for prime.
CUT MEAT8-tady. . .
LARD quiet and Arm: amall ailea at OSihv
nuuin-iniair requeatat lUuDlSerar Ohio, and 14
CHBESE eteady at 8A10c for
WniPKY market nrm; aaletof 70bblaat 17 w18c.
STOCKS opened blsbw but eloeed dull and km:
money remain tteady on call call an 5 B6 nar rent, w.lh
aupply; aterling tcbaog Ha.y bat qalet at IH7V
108 for bankera' billa;0 Ac K I 58V: OBtd 7:1 k:
16V! do brafaared all n.il
LaogranUlliIflbondalOiKiM 8 67, Sdbondt
do 1atbondi90Brla Sd bonda 100 u; Wob'tMU;
78H Teon 78; Chic SO; C S V'a 81; Coupon. MX not
an
the
the
mail
A
aell
Are
Cincinnati Market.
Wednesday Evening March 27.
0R0CEBIE9 in our marktt there were conilderable
of Sugar again at to 7)c for low fair to atrict
lyp.lme. Coffee and Holaaaea are quid t, but hld flrm
ly at th quotation!, th former particularly ao.
ILOTJB oonllnuea to be In only very moderate re
requett; aalea at our late quotallona $t 50 for auperr
ar vry bard to make. Bujeradonot offer over
S440445. .'
WHBAT aold mors mora freely to day, and tran.
actlona foot op laager Iban reported for aom. time.
Theetme quoutloht r maintained, though miller find
hard to gt atock at th. limit whiob they bav. nomi
nally at 1 for red. and (105 to St 10 for While.
There were aalea of prim Kantuokv Whitest ai 19j
CORN 1 ancbanged In pric. A little nor trade Is
aoing in nenea at uwoid quouuoaa, aiuS)34c.
0 ATS old mora laadily to-day at iS&2& We.
BARLEY .la takaa at S8 ia 7Qo for ..In. A. I I...
rate rather exoepUonal.. .. ... ;
BYB laubarortqaoted, 55c and rather qukt.
WHISKY loet another amal fraction to day. and Is
t the decline. 'i - . mim
The ton. of lh. Provlalon market doe. not ehante, al
though bat little I doing. Effort, to buy Bacon Side at
areetlll mad., and .till anauceeatful. Bulk sfeal.
were taken, lo a email extent, at bo for Shoulder. ,
forSidea .Mom Pork; tale, war mad to
only a very limited .Stent; holder, araflnaat BIO 75
country packed, aud S 17 for city Lard la held mora)
flrmly, and ft o I generally aekad for city rendered..
Clrtt come Ataron una. . .
of
Cleveland Market.
March 27.
f LOOK Tha market is quiet ewoewt la lb anul r
trad; but a alngl tranaactlo. given, that f SB bbl
XXredataSOO. . , - ft
WHEAT Bat llttl dmand for red. White' la mora
ealltd for, and a thad Armr The tranaactioca to day
1 oar red at Si.Ot, and a ear whit, at Sl.la. Tbr
however, rm aaie ot in latter at rates not quo
VMS.' ' ' ' ' ' 1 ..- 1-! ... ,
OATS Doll, at S3SB4c.i j i . ' , , ) i
OOR(f Quiet, at 3c. .i ..
BUTTER Bale, of 4 bbl Central at 0ei VMO a, a
nrnna ao., ana . ooi goa ron e ie.. ;
euou pmaii aaiea at V(siwxe. '
1IIQHWINBS Sale, of 45 bbl at 15o.
POTATOB8 No elans.' Obsle varleltaa 30(3
common not quotable. ...,,.,.(.,, . .,
.
TCL.EGANT kI.AIN HVAvtk. MILKS FOB
r.l UtMM.ft Raaaaee and kfantleal Ala. W.I..I. w....l ,
and TawHla to aiatob, at ... ; MAIN
mays ' ' -
nEAHIi ITAHOII. ... .,
1 1.6S0 aba. MadlMn, Watt St Go's par. aachnaU
calea reari taroi, a wwenor anww, neaived ra Mere
forealeby AtoaBBAs BB8TIBAHX,
ect8l ' ' i ,14 Stateaaaan Bulldln)
GOLDEN fllLI. SniltTS, ' -
AU)aea ana qualltiet; aUi B0I81 SHIRTS of tan
(uperior atak, (or sal by BAIN At BON,
foWa Me. M loatk High strt.
i
. .
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
P&OP. WOOD'S
T17B ; CORDIAL
AND
L;et6oo renovatoh
li prtoiMlv what 1U .am iBdlaitea, (or, whlln
jpleauot to tb UsU, It U revivify! ng, (xlillarat-!
tug, inTigumiDg ana iireoguieniiig o id vital
pomn, aoa at m. Mra. una lominn. tela
au, ana ranawi tM Blood la all III parity, aow
taos at onoe return and rtndert th tvitem in
vidntraU to attatk odifat. It la the on-yl
preparaiioa ever onaiea to ui worm, as cnemi
H
ri
illy and llirully cooiMnM to t lt moit
powerful tonie. and st tin nun Urn to parfeotly
taapiea to. u to act in ptrieotaceordann with tta
iawa of nituio. and htnoe will tooth tlu wtakttl
ttomach, and ton. up tb difrtitira organ., and Vj
Ihuu alUvall nmnan and othe Irrit&tlon. ft l.W
periMtljr (xbllaratlng.and at the una time It ill
compoMd eutlral of vegetable., jet to eomkinad
a. to produce tb molt iborouab tonleeneot, wltb
oat producing any lojorloa. oanaeqaeno.. Sucb
eh ft
lalLB
to,r
. remedy Uaa long been fait to be . deaidaratnm
lb. raadical world, for it naeda do madleal .till
mm that il.KI I i ... I In.. . 1 1 ..tub.ArillMU..
pronedi and indeed lata the ayatem open to the M
inaidiona stlaoka of mauy of tbe moat fatal, aucb, L,
0
or example, aa tn. rouowina: uoniumpuon. la-
dlgealion, Oyapepila, Loaa of Appetiva, VaJntoaaa,
Nervoaa Irritability, Neuralgia, falpitation or the
Heart, Melancholy, NlibtBwe, Languor, Glddt-
nea., Betentlon 01, .a well aa ralnlul obatraetad
too profuae, or too aoant UenatraatioD, and fall'
lug of the Womb. Iheaa all depecdnpon general
Mobility. Tbia para, be.llby, loulo Uordial and
Blood Uenovator It aa aura to our at tbe tun to
rlae and let. Then It no mlatake about It. Bat
thi. la not .11. If the ayatam la weakened, w. are
open to bllioua attack., tb. liver Becomea torpid,
or worae diaeaaed, tbe kldneja refuse to perform
ihelr funollona, and v. are troubled with adding
ana lucontineooe or urine, or involuntary aia
i
charae of the tame, pain In the back, aide aud
o
iween lb anouidera, exoeedint ly liable to eiiini
colda, cougha.aud II unchecked, aoon emaciation
followi, and tb patient goeadowa t. . premature
grave. Hat auao. will not .How ue to enumcrutt
tb many Ilia to which w. are liable In a weakened 'W
eonditlon of the ayatem. Hut w will aay. la thi
Cordial and Blood Henovalor yua tuva a perfect. LJ
tafo, pleaaant and (Bectual remedy for loaa of fj
Apnetlt. rJlllooaneaa. Vlatulenee. weak and alek
iStomaoh, Languor, liver Complaint, Cbllla and
rever, or any Billoui atuuk, Uoatlveneaa, Acidity
of tb Stomach, Nervoaeoeaa, Neuralgia, Palpita
tion of tbe tlaart, Depreaalon of Spirit.. Dure.,
Pimples on tha I ace, or any dlaiaa artaiog from
impure blood, auch aa Scrofula. Ervaipelae. Bron I
9
o
chitia, Comb, difficulty of Breathing, and .11 thalj
0
v. utwura vai.cu icain wcaaavaa. auo
eDumeratca aoove. ne win aiao aay tne traveler
expoaed to epidemica, Chang ef elunat and wat-l
M. Will find Iff . IIMH.I Ml. ... ... ....rf.
N ana non. anouia aver travel without. Header.
K .-i.'
.uure you you will Bud in It . frieDd
r sedentary babita a
.friend In need. All person, ol
Mdentary habita will find It a perfect preventive of
0
wen atcureror tnoaeaiimenta to which may are
particularly expoaed. iienoe mtniatera Jtudenu.at
torneyt, literary gantlemen.and ladiet who art not
ot J
eocnatomed to much outdoor cxetciee, will find
iio tnair aavantag to Keep a bottle conatantly on
hand: and. above all. mother, ev thaaa bmmlfi.
iLjiucbi will go through that moat daogerout period fv
oot onlv wth all thir afcuitomed alrnlh. hnl'kfS
aaf. and free from the Ihoaaand allmanta ao previ
alent among tbe female portion of tb world. In J
abort, It la Indeed a mother'! cordial. Try It, nldlr
eiay; iiwui
relieve and prove iuelf emphaUcallv a Rtttora.
&
UV4 Cardial and ltod Bmovator.
O.J. WOOD , proprietor. 444 broadwav. New
fork, and 114 Market Street, 8t, Louie. Mo., and
old by BOBKRTB At 8AHUBL, Oolumbua, Ohio,
and 'all good - Dragglitr Price On Dollar
n
per Bottle. . .. marcnw-dftweowly
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS? ! V
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
' BELLIHGHAM'S
OKLKBRATED
Stimulating Ongncnt
For the Whiskers and Hair. '
Th. .nbaerlben take oleaaar. In annoniwlne tn tha
Oltiaen. ol lb TJnlled Suta, that they have obtained the
AreDcy for, and ue now enabled to offer to th Aaaarioan
public, the abov juttly eelebrattd and world-renowned
article.' lne , .. x
1 .
STIMULATING ONGUENT
prepared by Da. 0. t. BILUNOSAM. an eminent
phyaician or London, and la warranted, to bring out a
mica net 01 ,..... I
Whiskers or a Mnstach
1
I
from three to Hi week. Thle article Is th. only on.
the kind oaed by th. f rench, and la London and Paris
la In oniveraal nee.
It fat a beautiful, economical, .oothln.. vet stlmnlattne
compound, acting a If by magioapon the roots, canting
wmtnai niv. .u u. IU..IHJ. U.r. A I Bip.Hm M llie
it a 111 cor baumcm. and eaaae to aurinw un In
of the bald apota a tin growth of new hair. Ap-
according to direction, it will turn an or Towr
hairbARK.and reatora gray hair to Ha orlalnat color,
leaving it aoft, araonlh, and flexible. Th "OtiontmT" ia
ladlapentable article In every gentleman 'a Uil.t, and
.iter one
ier one weea a aa tney would not tor any oonauc ration
wlthoutlt.
Th. aubacilben ar th only Arnnts for th art'ele In
United State, to whom all order matt be addreaecd.
Price One Dollar a box for eele by all DruKgiita and
Dealer; or a box of lh "Omtuent" (warranted to bav.
deaired effect) will be tent to any who dettra It, by
(direct)i securely packed, oo receipt of prleSnd
pottage, 11.18, Apply to or addree. ;. . . ij.
IIOBAOB L. UBOEUAN At CO., .
otpoouT, te'., - ' -IM
WillUm Street, New-York.
febSOdstwGra
Watches f Diamonds II Silver War l!I
CHOICE A'SORTITIEFIT Or COLO
and Silver Watches, In great variety.
I am Agent for the AueliOAfJ Watch 0 and caa
the, excellent Watche. at mauufaclarer' pile.,
either Wholeaale or Retail. ' ,
Com. and chooae from ny bea.tlful dltolav of Slap
monda and other rich Jewelry. Styles new price low.
Aa to Silver War. of aterling quality, I can ahow ae
pattern, very handaoma . .. i - t "J 1
rnver riated war. Tea settt.Tjrni, Waiter, Caalara,
Bttketa. Pitchers, Sobleta, Knive, forte, (pcona, Ate.
men 1 nave a auppiy oi nn Table Cutlery, Pocket
Knlvea, Buna, Ate, and many Paacy Ooode aob a.
deaired for present at auch price a. are an induce
mem t th purohaaer.. . . - WM. BLTNN, '
' - no, hi Hncteye Block, .
nai2l r .': ' ,, 'I North tld Stat Ho.aqtare.' ;
GUERNSEY'S: BALM
REirtOVES AND PREVENTS in
flammation and oain. and beaia the wont turn.
acald, brulae,eut, or freth wound of any kind, t.revenbt
welling aod pain from bee stings, aeoaqatto bite, and
poKonou piauta, neuralgia, rneumatum, arue in the
breaat, wilt rheum, etc. When taken internally. It will
poaltlvely car croup, in children, and give. bna.dab
reueiiaui. worai rate oi iui tarrtbia oorapiainu alao,
remove, hoaraenea. tad aor throat. . Prio. SS eeata a
bottle, j Sbeald be lo .very ho.. Far tale by Drag.
ItUmcn Btoreneepere. ISVIHBTONB,
noie rropnetor, no. spruce at., Maw York
Mt4dwlvli , I
TRIA8URT DEPARTMENT OF OHIO. I
. . - - ' Cotbaaoa, Merck 18, 1861.
8AIX Of OHIO RATI ITOCU. 1
TIIEKE WILL BE BOLD AT PCB
llo auetion, ea Batordav, March 30th, at eleve. o'
clock A. M., at ts offloe of th Tmenrar of Stat. tw
thoaaans sollars of tbe Bond! of th SUM f Ohio, draw
ins Intereat at th rat of aix par nl. per ao
aum, aod pajabl aeml aoDBally In lh oily f New
York, aod lh pilaclpal redeeraabl at thepleatareof th
BUI. . I
The Bond wre depotlted with UwTruraru of ths
SUt of Ohio for th parpot of cario( th ciroalaUoa
th Savlsga Baok of Cincinnati, and they ar to b
old for lh. parpoee or redearolDV th aatne. .
aureoiiRaiu -r A. sr. stuns, Trta
- Canton Mattings.'
J
J-4, B4t t4t wans n Hod
'X Whit. Clucked of auperler qn.ilty. Jor tar by
BAIN at SON,
mhS3
No. W Soath Bl(b St.
ADVBBT1ISMBNT. n f
AST
' ? For tha INSTaBT BBUBt
) an FSBMANBNT OUU sttb
dIatrMlnf eorapialnt aa
mr i nv t I' J
BSOHCBXAL CIGABETTE8,
Mad hy 0. B. SBTMOUR CO., IW Kata St., H. Ti
... .. rritM . i per dox; di tree ay poat.-
"Mys-dwlyi '. ; ,.T, . -"J .
BESTQHA
soil
'
full-DowcredOlvde-buill
if-
it
by
NOTICE.
A LI PERSONS KNOWINft THEIfl
eelTee to be Indebted to th tat Sra. of HOB-
IIUIDOB At WH1TB will pitl
acooorrt, a ad thereby tare ooeta.
t sail
Isattia.tbalr
. Alt aoue aa aoooanta reaaalolnf anpeld aa the first
of April will a plaoed ia the oandt or WM.Ii. Haiti,
. r..roreoiroiion. r.w. WHITB,
Bar7 dtwtprl 5 ! ' Bnrvlvin rrtaT
kj Baltp!!,
:.v, a .f
a.'.' 't
i'irU e.'t
Nails, Indle, - i-t w
aitrart Lorwnoa,
. .1
Back!.. Brooms, Obrdetr.
Herrtne. pneel rralt,
' KcKIB St lAoTlBACX.'
li, North Ul(htrt
WcTStUbj
Sthl.
l)r: T TT T.TrT.T!! A W'B
Stresgtbefiiss Cordial tod Blood
, PUIUFIEn. , .
TtaaClrwjateat UeuaexJrtst Tit ix
. AND TBI . , -HOST
DMJCIffrji '
4 AND r 5 '
00BJIAL
i EVER,. TaREH ,. V
IT IN 8TMICT
ly a eeienliBo aod
Vegetable Compound,
procured by the dletll-7
latlonof Koola. Uerra'1
ad Barka, lellow
Dock, Blood Boot,
Baraaparllla, Wild'
Cherry Bark and Dan J
delion enter Into Itt'fiau
Ocfore Minsi"' rw liter laklnt
principle of ea.U logreilient la thoroughly extracted by
my new method ol duti II ne. MMdodn.,a delleioua. ex
hilarating spirit, and the moid INPALUBLB remedy lot
renovatiog .lh diaeaaed ayaiero, and retloring 'he lick,
eulertug end debilitated INVALID to HKALTil and
AT Q BVI1TII T
incI.EAN'S STKEGTHKNIiyf; COH
Will aSeetually onr -
LIT IB COMPLAINT, P t'BPEPM,' iADNUlOl
Ohronloor Ntrvoo. DebiUty. iiinaaeaof lh Kidncvi
ana ail dlaeaaw ariains from a diaorderal Liver or Btora
ton, Dyepepeia. Ueartonrn. Inward Pile, Aciu.it w or fiiek
or tbe HtonMch. rallnua of Blood lo the need. Doll
pain or ewlmmlna; in the ha4. PalL.taUon or th Bcat
ynllneaa r Weight lo the Storaaeh, Soar BmcUUIon
Ohokineoreaffoeatinrfeelli..when Ivinrdown. D
orTellowneaaof the Skin and Bye. Ulrht Hweau.' In
ward fevera. Pain In tbe email of th back, cheat or aide.
Bnddea Noebee of Heat, fiepreeaion of Spirit., frightful
Dream, Laotaor, Doepondeney ar any Nervoaa Diaeaat,
Soree or Bloiehe. on tb Skin, an Inv.r and Aeue (01
uuniaaaa rever. 1 ...
Over a million of nottlea "
Have beea aold darln. the laat .lit monthf, aud la no In
atanoe haa it failed in sivins eutir. aatiafaction Who,
then, will anSerfrm Weaknee or Debility when Ho
LB AN '8 BTUBNOTUXNINO COHDIAL will erne yoat
Mo Uuieaaire can convey an aileonate Idea of the Irume-
dlat and almoet miracnlone change prodoced by taklut
una t'oraiai la tue aiaeaaea, aebiiitatea aal .nattered
nervout eatem, whether broken down by electa, weak by
nature, or Impaired by aickneaa, the relaxed and nnatruny
viBauisauon ia reeiorea to ite prutine neaiu aua vigor
mAKKIUD PtHSONH, -.
Or other, eontcloa. of Inability, from whatever cane.
will find McLean . Strengthening Cordial . thorough
regenerator of the eyatein:and all who nay have Inland
inemeeivea ny improper Icflcigencee, wilinnd In tbeuor
ami certain ana tpeeay remedy.
To the Ladies.
McLean's Strengtkcaiug Cordial
IiaaoveTeItr.nandapeedycar.for' .
IKCIPIKNTCUNSUiaPTION.vVltfTeil
Ohttrneted or Dlffloalt Menttrutlon. Ineontineno ol
Drin. or Involuntary Ditchargo thereof, falling of th.
womb, Qidtllneaa, aaintui and all Dlaeaae incident to
remaie.
: ( 1 1 There la no Xlstake About It.,. 1
- Bnffer no longer. Take It according to Direetloni. Il
willatlmulate, etrenythen and Invigorate you andcaaae
tn. bloom of bealtb to mount yoarchMA aain.
rj11 Bvery buttle la wamr.ted to give aatuiacUoa.
tOK CHILDREN.
If your children ar. sickly, puny, or afflicted. HcLean'a
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and rotmit. Deity
. moment, try It, and you will be convinced. "
IT IS DELICIOUS .TO TAKE.
Oaotio.. Bewar. of Draerleta or tlealera trha aiav
try to palm upon yoa aome Bitter or Baraaparilbi trail.
waieatoeyoan Doyeneap, oy aayinf it ia juat aa good.
Avoid tneb men. Aak tor ilcLeaa'a Btrengthening Onr-
dial, and take nothing elte It i. the only remedy tliat
will purify tbe blood thoroughly and at the lame lira
atrengtnen in ayeteen. ...
One tableenoonful taken very morning taaang. b a
eertain preventive or Cholera, Cbllla and rever, yellow
fever, or any prevalent diaeawa. It is pat . In lam
bottle.
Price only 1 per bottle, or 6 bottlet for $5.
J. H. McLHAlf, .
Bole Proprietor of thi. Cordial,
Alio McLean' Volcanlo OH Linunena,
Principal Depot on tb corner of Third and Flo atreeta,
t. Louia, Mo. . 1. .,
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.' j
To. best Liniment In the World. Th only atf and
eertain car. for Cancer, Pile, Bwellinga and Bran
chitia, or Goitre, Paralyaif , MenralgUl, Weakne. of the
Maaclea, Cnrouio or InSammalory Bhfumatitm, 8US
aeea of the lolnta. contracted Muacle or Llnmenta
Barach. or Toothaoh., Braleee, Spruma, Wonada, Vreah
Cat, Cioere, fever Bore, Caked Brewt. BoreNipplea,
Burnt, Scald, Bore Shout, or any InSamm.tioa or Pain,
aodifferenc. bowaevero, or ho loni
ig tbe diteaa. may
bav mated
tain remedy.
McLeau'a Celebrated tisiment la a ear
Thoaaanda of haraaa bobur bav been raved a Itfe of
eenptlad and aaiaery by UN a, of Cb) mvaUabl md-
McLEAlTS VOLCANIC - OIL
- :i r LINIMENT
Will reliev pain aim oat Uialanbvneoutly, and It wlj
eleanae, purify and heal tha feuleat aoroa in an loeredl
ly abort lira. ,- ; , ,.Ct-
Far Horses and Other Animal. '
If cLean a celebrated liniment I tire cnlr aaf and is.
HanM.remeay for tbe our of Bpavlu. Hint Bon. Wind
galla, Splint. Unnatural Bnmpe, Node or Swelling. II
win never tail to cure aig ueta, roll Evil, rwtuia, old
running Sore or Sweeny, if properly applied. Per
npraina, uruitna, scratchea, do roa or 'Wouada, Urwked
lieela, Ohafea, ruuldU or Collar Oalla U ia an infallible
remedy. Apply it aa directed, and a ture'iacerUia in
vary ineiane
Than trifle no ionrer with tb many wnrthle Lini
ment. oftVrcd to you. Obtain a eupply of Dr. McLean '
eerebraud Liniment. It willnr yon. -
i J. SS JvacI.EARI a Sol. Proprietor,
. Corner of Third and-Pin StreeU, ft. LoqUwJf o.
for al by all druggie ta . . . .
Vor Ml by - BOBIBTS At SAMTTBd. 5
aug'AMfcwIy . . . r , r Oolumbaa Ohl. '
CANADIAN ft UNITED STATES HAIL
STEAMERS j
. . TO ANU B'KOiU
.ui fit
0
f rn a?
.W ' M
i;
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
' Liverpool, lontreal, , Quebec,
' JT33 7V YORK.
Th Aton treat Ooeaa 8tearaahia ComDAnv't Sratlaaa
Steamere aail everv Nut.
nrdar from POKTLAND, carryini It Caoadiaa and
Uoiua sail Man ana paaMogeis, -
' NORWBOIAN. . NORTH AITKRIOAR,
BOHBMIAN, ANSI.O-8AXUN, .
' NORTH BRITON, HIBBKNIAN,'. L
xOANADUN, . NOVAiCOIIAN.
flhwrtcatt Cheapeat astdQalckcct ron
CfVBicv arvtaa ;
AKXSICA TO Aii PASTI Ol 'tTJSOFI.'
Rates of Fassaee to Suropei.
. .-,..; 830.803.sao.
Will eall from tlVERPOOL every Wedncsdsv,
ana irom viusnisu every esiaraai, eauiogat
LOWKonuaMtx, to receive on ooard and tar a alalia ass
Paaaenrer. to ass front Ireland and Scotland.
irFTbea Steamer ar built, of Iron. In wat.r-tlnht
compartmenta, carry each an experienced SnrrSon, and
every attention la paid to tn eo retort ana accormnoaa-
tlon or Dateenrera. a thevnroceed direct to lAlNDON.
BBRT, th peat rlk and delay of calliof at St. John'
avoided. , -
Olaagow paaeenf tn ar Turn lab fd with runt paaeere
ncieta to ana rrom ionaonarry.
Return ticket .ranted at rednced rate.
CerliScatee leaned for carnlna to and hrlnrlnaout Baa-
errrer from all th. principal tuwna of Sreat Britain and
, a . . i i . t .... . i . . .
ireiann, a. re link nm, vj iiuv o, .iviuuer, bdo
the WASHINOTON MNN Of SAILING PACKETS,
leaving lAverpoot .very weea.
Bight Drafts far and ispwarda pay
" " .v. ..... . ,
for raiMM apply at th OfBc. B3 BKOADe
WAV, New rk, and 19 WAXAvai ST.,
r:lA..r BiBEX. BEABI.K, Csnsrsl Sgents,
Or to- Ja-Tr-ARMSTRONC.
olS-Trdkw " SmlcstiawOSH, Oo tun boa. Ohio.
l',jrt A u A n 't aA .
at i i.
wm.'knaoe: & co.:
Li t it
A. ROOM, ITO. IM BALTM0$6T.&Yir
bob: i, ., s "4 in. btjtaW stkIt,
. Offer for sal their elbrated. 1
.1
A
GOLDEN MEDAL; " 41
rv ii lln -. (GRANIM '-' '
. c.i.,, AND 8Q ARB
r PIANO-FORTES. ,.r
' TW-lneVl.tilv lecmumeaded by to Brit Proffort M
Uuilcal Amatenraof tb ooantry, and t.,. i.o
BVABT - -- . I
,fl ,1 XZi: 1 WaAIaWv tbam.
tlir matt tae'Mlnat euttcartr' aut Vely apdry beln.
leaeril la every reapect. 1 .j t
'Teraae liberal. ' -' ' "Wat. KNABB CO.-!
ssLTiiasawiBSTaa, A(t, ... 'i
SbCM;lydw. ' .1 ' "n Oolanbaat Ohlo.
i.--. a i
Employment
nniiE s if nse r 1 n k 11 s de a i .1 i c t n
A m, Btatplw Article, will furnith mdormuA-to
s lew aouve mea to act a agenta lor tnelr nouae. - a
preference will be elven to thoan who ar well acquaint-;
d in to aiatnct tor wnicn uirt apply.
for which service they ar wtlllag to pay a mlaiy
of from . ,
tOOO lt1$300 par year,' wad . Ixpsass.
for fsrther, parltcnlarS address' "
.;,:;, .'.;...- MoR,n5?,0
- i ar" j arrd 0 KxrjTiiBfv f )&otm 1 "
WSfK'BAAN'S'S.Sl SSAMAU
WhlSf sad Black, Juai received at
AAHAAlbJr SsA
B All's
sprjjminMiivii,
is i a coiutitutional diaeniie, a corruption of tlif
blood, by riiolv-llii. tiiiid become vitiatrd
weak, and poor. Being in the circulation, it
Mrvadas tbaeAraola body, and mar bunt out
in dwease on any part of it. No organ is free
from .tta attmek., nor b ftertfpTifnvluch it may
Mt&astma; The SBrofulouatmnlU variously
caused br mercurial diw., low living, dis
ordered or -unhealthy, nod, Jmpura tift filth
and lilthy rinbits,1 the dcpcsiTmg tfecs; and,,
above oil, by the vennrenl infiction. .Whnt
er be its origin,' ft fc hereditary in tte con
stitutton, devndiiig"fromparentatoerularen.
-nto the third mid fourth generation ; " indeed,
t scans lo Jj tucjroi of Him. tt-li'dlSys, "I
will visit ths? hwrticsMif ! &therupon
thou children.". ...
Its cflecja commence by deposition from the
blood of cornitit or ulcerous matter, which, In
the lungs W,.nnd intftnsl oirans iftermcd
tubercles ;nn the glimdv Swelling and on
the sui Cicp, eruptions or sores! ThU foul cor
mptinn,' n hich genders in the blood, depresses
the energies-of fife, so thnt scrofulous constitu
tions "not' only suffer "frolrf scrofulous com
pluints, but they hivve nr less power to -with-stand
the-attacks of other diseases i consc
l"ntlJ'at . numbers 3 perish .by diaordcra
which, although not scrofulous in their nature,
are still rendered fatal 'hf thief taint fn the
syHtpm. Most of the consumption which de
cimntes the humnn family has its origin directly
in this scrofulous contamination f and snanr
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys brain,
nnd, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or
ore oegrovatcd bv the
One quarter of ajl our people art Scrof ujous ;
their-persons are invaded by this lurking in
fection, and their health, is undermined Joy it.
To cleitne it from the system we must renovate
the blood by an alterutiva modicine, and in
vigorate 'it by healthy food and exercise.
Such o medicine we supply lny
rAYER'S
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most efTecriial remedy which tlis medical
skill of our times can devise for tln'a tmn.
where prevailing and latal.mdlady. It is com
bined from the most active remedials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
system from its destructive. -consequences.
Hence it should be employed for the cure of
not only Scrofula, but also those other affec- ,
tions which arise from it such as Entri-nrs
snd Skw Diseases, Sr. Anthony's Fiub,
Kosk, or EitvsiPELAS, Vimyit.., Potvt.es,
Blotches, Blains and Bolts, TiiMons, Tetter '
and Salt Ehcdx. Scaid Hsa. Rmownnw
HiiiiiMATisii, SrPHiLiTioandMBnci'rtfAf.bia.
eases, Ditoi-sr, Drsrsr-siA, Dr.nu.iTT, and,
uideed, Ar.t Complaints ahisino ritou Vitia-
tbi on Impdrb Blood. . The ponulos. belief
in "tmnurilti of the blood" ia founded in truth.
for scrofula is a degeneration of the Wood. The
pnrticnlnr purpose and virtue of "this Sarsajja
rilla is to purify and regenerate this vitnl fluid,
without which sound health is. inrpoasible in
contaminated constitutions. -
1 A. "2" E E' S 5
.1) .saio'.)
AgneCni'fB,
i roa tub steebx ccaji c
Intermittent Perer, or Ferer mnH'tttur,
IteDiUtrMl KVv.r. f :k 111
Aarne, Periodical Headaehe, or Villon.
Headache, nnd Billnna Pkih. lna..
-nv nnffivtia,, et eaiseit.c-. oriarinat'
W Dtiiary- aeraaa;einent, caetaed li
by
"'" nutauaatie conattrl.
We are enabled here to offer thn eommimitv a
remedy which, while it cures th above complaints -with
certainty; is still perfectly harmless in any
quantilr. Such a remedy is invaluable ia diptnetv
where theso nfllictinir disorders BrcvailT I Ibis
Cfitn" c.rpeU the miasmatic noiaon of fp.mii
and Aoub from th aystom, and prcv.au the de
velopment of the diteaaw, if taken on the first an.
proah of iu premonitory sytrrptstrr. "kit not only
tlie best remedy ever yet discovered tat this class
af complaints, but also the ehctlpert.-- -The larire
quantity we supply lor a dollar brines it within the ,
reach of every body ; and in bilioustltatricts, where
rw u aoni prevails, rveTy txwy should
hove it snd useit freely both for etire snd protec
tion. Airreatwrocriontvofthiarr-medv Aver ,,
other eves diBovcrd for She ewr)y am) certain
cure of Intoruiittcnta ia tBat it svataiua no Uuiuiiie '
or mincr.-U, jcoiueq neatly jt produces no quioiurtor
other ityurious cflccta whutcver iipon the conatitii
tion. Those cured bv it are'Tcft ha lii..ililn. ii if
thev had nevct had the disease.'' '
I ever and A true is net alone) the MnwAnliMV.r
tlto miuiuaUo poison. . A groat Tisy,f ,lAiar
dcrs arise from its irritafiun, mming. wjiiib nrp
AVwuirVia. ItheumnttsM, Gout, HcwTacle. ftthitf.
nest. loothache, Enraehe; Catarrh, Ammit?fil
jHtatloni Paiiiful A rTiWf thi ftpkHi,' yfVr-
., a uu. in mw uam-u, ,out, rarnlyn atid' Ite-
rangement of M tUAnh ail .of, wui.iU.iwh.ii
oriintin(( in tliis caiiae, put on tiie imtcrnuUetit
type, or bet oinc periodicn!.1 - This "Co'iib " expels
ths poison from the blond, and riinaeqiiintly eurcs
them rrH alike. It Is an thtnluabls prntef iidil To
iinmltntsnts and Derson. trnvrllinu Ar
residing in the malarious district, lf taken occj
aionallv or daily while exnoncd to the infm;.....
thstwiU be excreted from the syatuCtj; slid ft''"'''
acenmiilatri In suftieirnt quantity to ripen iillo jls.
ease. Hene it i even more Vfilnnhle fhf protec-,
tion Uiaa cure, anil few will pver aurTm im.ii.,k.'
rniftcfits if they.svail.t.lietrje,ves.f Jlrtiiirttctuin
this remedy aTonls.
Prepared by Sr. J. 0. AYlE &, COf, toweli, Was.
BOBBRTS St 0AAITJBL, Polamba.
And bv Drerrlata and Dealer every whers .
now iya,iww , ,
,
I
" rT'T!t
MRSAWlNSLdW.
An experienced Nurte and Percale fhyalcian, nreiert
: , , 1 to th attention of 'uibera, ar fl i
r: FOR. CHILDREN TEETHING.
which rreatly. facUi late ths prc.oMw.thfc)f.3nwft.
ning the noi ndoekia; all loUAmmaUoo-fWiJ 1 jkBay
AU. PAIN and apaamed action, aa 1 j 1 .w1
Depend npoa It, moUiert, It will give rnt to yourselves
WtUXT AID BKAXTH TO TOUB ISTAHB.
SVe Save pat op aadnold tMartle1erbr..vr4en ewer.
end CAN gAT, IN OONPIDENCH AN I) THrTTU, f it,
what we have never been able to aaf cf an bther B.edl
Slo NBVKR HAS IT PA1LBD, IK A SlreULB ItiriT
ANUK, TUKtyKUTA CUKH, whea timely nerd. Nv
er did w know an inatanoe of dlaaatltfaetloa by any on
whs rued !.. On Ui oonwaryi, all tre dellab- with.it
operaUat,atid speak in-teraa of soBneodaUon of ia
maeical enecie anil memral virtuea. We ipeae la thi.
matter "WHAT W DO KNOW'," after tea year' ezpe
rieno. ANU PLBIIOH OUK HBi'CTATIO fORTlil
PULILLMBNT OP At WBHBRB DBCLARB. In
almoat every Inetanca where the Infant la aofferin from
pals awd e.ha.atjn," relief will K found In flili'oa or
twecmalante alacr lbcrjjrtp taadmitni, n 1 , tj
Thi vataahr prtparatloa fcr me preeertpHo foo of
lh moat KXPBHIENOa'Dand SKUI-Pt b NUHBrl In
New Bnrmna. Md has bSwaMd wMh TUJt AIA
INtl dliCCKHS in . .
j, XUUlSAIeOW Wr'CABKSPl!'!
Itaotonly relievea the child from pain, onrvnrfynr.
ate trreitomsch and bowela, correct seljlty; and g'.vea
ton- and anargy to, the whole stirtariu Jr. ill alaaoat ilr
Stantly reliev -'- ' 3 '
eainia nr ths BOttias.'AD vinoouc
and overcome convaltlona, which, if ant apeotllly rvraw
(e4,iHob-atri. W hellewt It tba Utht mi H' K
BST ItBMBlrY IN TH AiSI,D, in all caar ef lr
BNTBUy and D1ABKUOIA IN CiyLDSSM, whether
It srlan from teathin), at rvora any Um nana. W
wonld aay to vrjrwiiltr wha hearehlid enrfertnir from
any of th forer.lr, emirrtnlntt Ml NOT LET VliHB
rBSJUUlOBS NOB TUB VBKtVPlcrsor ortlBB
ataod between yon and yoar auSerine chi Id, aod the re
net taat win ne auaa ASaULt.1ra11.1r aiiiny to
follow th Bee of thU medicine, If tlawly aed. IftiH dl-
I'tMmtmVBmt) wwVsV4rB8iwV'aT(T,B4FBmTAV TV'SfM
Sconin anient the r1iilof OI'BriSm fBRrtlNS,
lew Vortt, 1 on lheto trrai
' Bold by U Alc.ikvAliroagliol lh watUtl ft AfT
Prl tclpalSMflcWf f S C'adar BtreH I.W. '
PRICE ONLT.25..CENTS PER UOIaLe.
ortf74fcwlv. ' Iai toAar
iA rguj A
. HW"-Ali5Slrf.l .
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Notice,
Notice, CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS.
THEraLI.OWIKfO Clf AlvOsT" wrftE
mad In the tha officer of thta Hanw, Jartnarr itttb,
IHSI, to WIU WW. ArtTtPrMlleat. fd Tk.m
Hoomi, Oahlr, rettened their efticee. IliriS Tavboa, .
Baq., waa than elecM rrrttdeot mid W, A. Platt ep
pointed Caahier. 1 1 . - a ..''. . . j... ...A
" Byarrierof the Board of TH rector..
' febs, mi-atrr21'yih rMTT.T' li-TT'.
HCNRV KtEHLEH, V
(tlti if Iriahm's BsUl.lUtimcnt, N. T.,) Pepr1ters
th New Vork Faahionahle Shi vine, llnir Ciutma)
Shampoonlns, Ottrlinyand Dreaalni Salnnn, fcait btai.
tret, over lh Poat Orhe, when ntiafarUoa will
fc slvea 'In all th ' various kranche. Lvliaa and
OhlMraa's Hair Itraaataf don In lb knt atym
iyVd-aly '

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