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FRIDAY- EVENING, MARCH 29. 1861.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Tha AA.t.i. r.nrui rVimmnT nlaocs m daily
under obligations to It for the very latest papera
from the eastern cities $ ;
. i " P ' r. . C'J.
:Ztoto&rtotttm
wnn latest eastern Daners. j ' ....
Notice to Bc3chibm. City subscribers to
the Daily Statesman, who' may change their
dwellings or places of business at this season
ol the year, are requested to notify our carriers,
or leave ' word at our " oountlngr-oom, of the
places atwhiob they wish their papers left
Marietta CoLLo.-The Junior Exhibition
of the class of 1802, Marietta College, took
ly commended were those of William H. Flux,
of Newark, Edward S. Alcshixi, of Gallipolls,
aui Edward F, Biall, of Chilllcothe. The
poem oo "Joan of Are," by William J. Lu,
of Pomeroy, la spoken of aa far above the aver
age of euoh performances on similar occasions.
,Tken as a whole, tbo exercises wero highly
creditable to tho class.
Mioicii. SmE.PhlnUn. ilk. mnf
.
other puri.ultar bave their professional jokes,
founded on facts, sometimes, of a rather serious
nature for tho contemplation of the non medical
world. But that world avengea itself on the
doctors by the perpetration of such aaroasm as
the following
"I hope ou are not going to give Ibis stuff
to father," ,bbed a little girl, a. she returned
from an apothecary', shop, whither she had been
Bui wiia u oc tor nrBfcriDHon.
-Vahy not, my child!" inquired tbemother,
....
somewhat surprised.
'Because," replied tha child, "the man took
the medioine out ef the same bottlo that he did
the yoiron the other day for jou to kill rats
with.'V t - ; ..; tl V ' . :? ;
"You don't understand tcienct, my dear." '
Cheap ' Boot and Shoe Stoii J. Maoism
wo . uooisno onoe estaDiisnment, at no. lb
Town street, (on tho north side of Town, . few
A . c Ui .i. .ii.,L..,..., ,.
uuvue vast ui iiifcu nvretji,; ia tne piace to can in I
oraer to oDtaia Doots and snocs ot all kinds, at
In. nPi.a .nil f.r t.nnll .,.iu. k.i. .. .
v" 'T" wmr
terial, workmanship and finish. Those who
have bought at this establishment speak in the
hlohwt t,m of th h.r.in. .v... i,..- K,.t.
: -----o-
ed there. We advise onr readers to call and
examine for themselves '
Fashionable Clothing Establishment. On
the Northeast corner of High and Town streets,
is the new fashionable clothing establishment of I
Mr. P. Ross, whose advertisement will be found
ia another part of this paper. From the eiperi.
enoe Mr.. Rose has bad in the business, his
promptitude and accuracy in its various depart
ments, and above all, the quality and cheap
uo luesaay evening last, maron Ate
eierciacs were marked with unusual vigor and
li 1
maturity of thought. Among tbo oratlona high-
i
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ness of his goods, tho Inducements are strong
for those wishing to supply themselves with ar
ticle! lu his Hue, to give him a call.
ST The Cotmopolifoit jtt Journal, in a no.
m n u-
'The Po-
Mlogl.
tics of Mr." Coooejh all's late book, "The
eta and Poetry of tbeWett," has the
parenthesis: 'i '
"tTbe public will' be euiprietd to learn that
Gov. Chase is a poot! ile is given five pages;
Capt.LvTLE ia given six pages : Does it there
fore follow that Salmon P. Chase, poet, is equal
to five-sixths of Capt. Wm. D. Lvtle, poetl-'
Additional Arrivals at the O. P. On
Wednesday, three new conviota were brought to I
the Penitsutiary from Lloking, and two from
Coshocton county. Oa Thursday, (yesterday)
two were Drought irom ueimont, tnree irom i
1 raw ford, and one from Logan county. Whole
numSer of orisoners now in the Penitentiarv
977. '
Nine Pouts or the Law. Possession is said
to be "nine points of tho law;" but the cook
who has possession of a package of James Pyle's
Dletotlo Sileratua has the whole law of bread,
btsouit, aud oake making in her own hands.
Be sure of the right kind. Depot, 345 Wash
iogton Street, New York. Sold by grocers ev
ery where
New PosTMAsrxss. Panrod Batik has
been appointed Postmaster at Zincsvlllej C. S
Ftle, Postmaster at Mount Vernon, W. F)
Comlt, editor of the Dayton Journal, Postman
ter at Da j ton, and A. P. Miller, Postmaster
at ChilUootho. . i . . , ;
A Tuocoht roa SraiNa. Nature haa strange
ways of doing the most beautiiul things. Out
of the ooty earth, the mud and rain' of early
spring, came the most delioate of flowers; tbolr
whits leaves, born out of the dirt, are unsoUed
and pore, as if they had been born ln Paradise.
New Mail Agent. It il rumored that Mr.
Penn, of ChiUicolhe, has been appointed Spa
tial MailjAsent, In place of General W. S V.
Prentiss, of this city. " ' ' , : , : ';,
Vacation. Tbero will be a vacation ln onr
Fubllo Sohools, commencing on Monday next.
The schools will recommence on tho Monday
following, April 8.
a i n ' . .,1
HTMrs. Gaott objeots to calling our Leglala
tive Halls Bear Gardens out of respeot to tho
descendants of Bruin. ' 1 ' . ;i .- t
H7 A nursery haa been established in Bos
ton, where poor women can leave their child
ren wnne tnsy go ons iron noma so won. .,:) -
Huiiani Mary, my lore, this apple-dump
ling Is not half done. -s;.
Wife Well, finish it,' then, my dear. . , ,,
mmmmmmmmmmm m RlRSSeSRteR ,
Condndrdm. What Is that which, when found
In wedlock, la single, yet In widowhood is both
single and doublet Tbo letter O. ' - -
t..-: W eaaWAHBWWaaavjeMRSaSSM Htt.r.n.
O A Piano affords s young lady a , chance to
show her fingering and her finger-ring, n r
'fas Late Firs. Our Furniture Maoufacto
rv, whloh waa destroyed on Saturday, the 23d
lost., was Insured for $3,000 In the Hartford Firs
insurance Company, whloh sum has been paid
in toil hub aav nv tn. Ant. h. k. Ka.ann
- The promptness and liberalltv with which tbta
Company adjusts Its losses, commend It to the
patronage of the citiiena of Columbus and vi
cinity, and we recommend tho, who desire, in
case ot loss, to nav meir ciaims speedily ad
(dated and cromntlv paid, to call on II. R. Be.
.on, Etq., the Agent of the Company, In the
Jjnnson liuimini ana oumin a ' -
BROTHERLIN, HALM & CO
Columbus, 0. March 27th, 1861. - ' dlw.
r f "I il aaaeaaejeawSjaRWatawewawaaiPi i at la at ... - f .
HT R, KinxrATRioK, No, ' 165 South High
Street, has s very choice assortment of Gold and
Sliver Watches, fine Jewelry, Clocks, Silver
and Plated Ware, at prices to suit the times. ,
Good Emtran-For any one, rich or poor.
Guernsey's Balm, gives immediate and perms
ent relief ln all qasos where sn external renie.
Prof. Wood's Rhtdkatiti Cordial and Blood
Kbkotatob is, wltbonl doubt, the beat tooio
Cor.
dial lo the world. To those who are sofferlog
General Debility we would reoommend its
from
use.
for while it la pleasant to tha tute, It la strength
enlng to the system, and will at oho tend to
remove all 1 m purl t tee of the Blood, and eradi
cate all traoea of dlieaie. It can be taken by
tha weakest stomach, while those In good health
I will at once feel Ita exhilarating power. We are
nM" that afterusing one bottle of this Cor.
will. b for. daytthout It.-iNTet.
I York Leader.
Neuralgia, or the pernicious effects of Mercury,
to tha advertisement In .nih.- .inmn f
w overusemeni in anoiner column of our I
,... of n,. r.-Unrf., An.p..nm.fi- tj..4
DWe congratulate our readera upon the
discovery of a core for Rheumatism, Gout and
Neuralgia, and all Mercurial Diseases, which
1 effected without the use of Internal medicine.
I anicn destroy tne constitution ana give tempo-
rary reiier onivv in tact it la the only known
ad wo feel
warranted, from It wr-nrnmannVtlnn. In
th. ..nt nn , ",7 .T
ffIflndi nffermg fron RhenmaHlnit Gout 0
I ,wma) um wvgf UCaTlUg
I
Cnnnni TUa ,AA k r .
are aourcea of Pulmonarv . Bronchial and A.th-
a u guHusu uu iuvri ui uur B mu
matio Affections. Experience baviner craved
that simple remedies often act speedily and
certainly, when taken In tha early stages of the
disease, recourse should at once bo bad to
- . . l s
"frown's Bronchial Troches," or Lozenges, let
mo voia, oougn, or irritation or the Throat be
ever so alight, as by this precaution a more ae-
,T ? cneoxuai y warded off.-
mono apeaitera ana bingera will find them ef-
fdnttl.l fnr nlnarlnlF anil bi.iril,..!.. .1..
voice. Bee advertisement. Fnr whnlau
and retail. h nnh A, n.n.l K. OA
Hiah street. S. Samuel Co.. No.' 85 finnth
High street.;- ; , ,
PiasoKAL.-N. Gundersblmer baa lost re.
tnrDe?jom, the eMt' WDer h8 pnfcbcd
. '
mere., wd V 1 ofve J g ade .ndVaTe y
ever offered in this market.7, He has tarohmS
Vestlnwofeververadeandvarletv
ever offered in this market: He hiiahUroh.n
hh cuuro know, ui utbs didqi. wn ion win emme,
SSIrW-Ja-b Ul AUDU UBUUe)- WUIUU Wlil SSUBHIB
IlilM m aiAll&a a - . iL A. t-lf l .
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vlcea of the well known cutter Mr. Robart
.UD HP.r.
Spurling to take charge of the tailoring depart-
ment. Those desirlne the best of material sot
ten up in the latest and best style or ent and
workmanship, will do well to call and examine
nu stock before purchasing elsewhere.
IIS haa alio a full and nnmnl.t. atnolr nt
Gents' furnishing goods, allot which has Just
urnveu sua are 01 in latest patterns.
Peraona
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csumg cannot lau to oe suilea.
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suit tne times.
nememoer tne piaoe, no. ia booth High
Street, one door Korth of tha Goodale Hnnao.
rf
Ooon W t on. f , frin-i. .n.fJ,.H..
on Broadway, and were astonished at tns change
o hla aonearenco. a f.. ...k. ..
u.". .T. t-." "5 ,.T"
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mm, um wa. p...,.e.a .noaejeoieas oompiain-
XX?.
healtbv and strons-. Wo learn 11 owed h?T,.
leoweamarea-
STSESOTHENINO
toration entirely to McLean's
Ooboial.
We advise all who aro complaining of
Gen-
erai Aieoiiltv to trv It: It lacerUlnlv a vorv
pleasant remedy. Wo learn that there are large
quantitiea or it selling dally. JHontlwy Herald
ST See advertisement of Prof
Hair Invigorator In another column.
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SPECIAL NOTICES,
TSUtD W1BD A8BE8B0E.
Dtroa BtaTaaaiKi-Pieaaa announce the name of
JOBEPHLEIBYaiacandldaUforAnMecr In the third
.naM
Entroa StaTaaKaN: Pleaae announce the
tho
MANHOOD. -;
I08T, HOW EESrOBED.
JT78T PtTBLISnED, OM TBS NATURE, TREAT'
MINT AND RADICAL ODRK OP BPfiBMATOREUBA
or Seminal Weakneaa, Sexual Debility, Nerromaeaa, In
voluntary Emlislons and Impotency, reeulting from
Self-abnw. Sro. By Root. J. Oalverwtll, M. D. Bent
under aeai, in a piaio envelope,
, In a plato envelope, to any add reel, poet
paia. on receipt u two etampa, uy nr. uuab, rf. u.
KLINB, 197 Bowery, New York. Post Offloe Box, No.
4,360. . mar21:3mdkw
HTOHBWELt'S
For all TIIKOA T and
LONG ' COMPLAINTS,
UNIVERSAL
including- WHOOPING
COVOlli and every
Complaint the forerun
ner ef , and even actual
COJISTJiriPXlOPf.
COUQH
REUNIETDY.
UTTinrworFT.T.'s I The Great nechal
uiv nnnavi nanai-l
mral OPIATE, adapted
to every epeclee of Ner
mn.-r-rT vH vempiaiaif, Hen
TOLU tomo and Chronic
nvauatavt nuenrnn
turn, Catarrh, Tooth
and Ear Aclie, I.ea. of
AN0OTH. plaint.
No real Juitlce can be don the abov preparations
but by procuring and leading deacriptlve pampbletej
be found with all d tale re, or will be ten I by Proprietor
on demand. Formulae and Trial Bottles lent to Phyri
eiana.wbo will Sad developmenta In both worthy their
acceptance and approval.
Correspondence soUolted from all whoa neoesaitle or
euriosity promptato a trial of the abov reliable Item
dies. ', , .......
lor ai by Ibe iiual wholeaal and retail dealer
everywher. . . .. .
JOHN Le nVNNEWELL., Proprleto
CHEMIST AND rHARMACICTIST, ' ,
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Ho. 9 Commersial Wharf, Boston, Mass.
Roberta k Samuel. N. B. Mamie. J. K. Cook. J. H
Denig, 0. Denig a Bona, A. 1. Schueller k Son, Agenta
tor Columbus, Ohio. . -. ; '.'o Vort-dJr
MOFFAT'S LIFE? FILLS.
In all oases of ooaUveotaa, dy apepala, Ulllsua and live'
affection, piles, rheumatunn, fover and agues, obetl
aatS head achea, and all geuaral darangemecif of health
the Pills have invariably proved a oartaln and ipeedy
remedy. A tingle trial will place the Ufa Pills beyond
tha reach ofoompatltion in the eaUmatlon of every pa
tient. ...... ,. ':;.-.
Dr. Uoffat't Phanlx Bitters will be found equally ef
flcacioui la alloasea of nemua deUUty, dyipepaia, head I
acne, ue sicaaess inoiuene (o icmaiea in uauoai neaitn, i
and every kind of weaknaa of the dlgeaUr 'organs.
for sal by Sr. W. B. WOFIAT, 333, Broadway, M. T.
and by all Dru jgUU. . avyS9-dwls
Tne foiiowin? is an extrtot Irom a
letter written by the Hev. . i.' Holm, paster ef thai
Pierrepoint-StrMt Baptlat Church, Brooklyn, H. T.,to
tho-Journal and Meaenger,"Olnolnnatl,0.,an4 speaks
volumes In favor of that world-renowned medioine, Haa.
WntiLoww Sooth mo Bracr roa Coiumn Tixthim! -
"Waeaa adrertlnuent In Tour eolnmna of Mas
Wtwum'i Boorauie Btaur. Nowwtnemsald word
biatTor of a patent medlcin before In our life, but we
feel oaipUed to aay to year readera that thia ia no hum
pug wa Wiv tided tr, an iv it n n au it
CLaiit. It la probably oaaoftb aaeet furoaeaful medl
cin ee of the day, becaua It la on of the brat. And thoa
of ydur readers wheoaee babiee oanH d better than
lay la a supply. oc27:lydfcw
REMOVAL. -( .
0. iDoylo cJb Oo.
HAVE BGnOTED TUEIB OFFICE
t tha Bouth-west corner of High and Irtoad
itreeta.
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'UP STAIRS,''."
And will continue to keep on hands a Urge stock of
I BOOTS AND 1 SHOES.
The attention of llarchants and Dtateri Is reepectfu!.
ly Invited to ear atook. 0. m Oo.
BarchSa:dtlUJuly31. . . -
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A CALL FOR HELP."
A ll Who KNOW THEinSEL.'VEB
Indebted Idmm ab .....t n hm. mm au.
ly requeeted to call Immadlalala and aattla Iha una aa
ZZf ow "lo,t nd d'" ,e b""4 BP Sin and
Oolumbua, Ataroh 88, lbol 3t . ... .. , , .. , , ,
V7 A W A AS jr. A OKNIS TO Kf.E,
1' tot,,,h o" be purohaeed eliewber -
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TELEGRAPHIC!
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
From Washington.
SESTr 1 ?Bi1.. "IT,7,W 'SP'V?'
T?. n C" Lrnd. Attorney for Illinois; H. Cox,
Attorney, and E. R. Glascock. Marnhal far th
mimi. TlVV."!??!. V , ibe
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WaIHINOTOH. Mirch 29. Nn anlfnn mum In
ken on the nronoiitioa to luhmli th San Juan
dispute to arbitration. The aubjectgoea over
MI. UHt ICHIDD.
Csutrarj to expectation, tha President made
no nomination to fill the vacancy In the Supreme
vuun. -
Archibald. lata r Knatnur.In.r,M.r nf h
Navv, haa received a diamtch (mm Mr M.lln.
ij, uuoriDg similar position under the Confed
erate States, which was promptly declined.
No orders hare been issued, or will be at
present to land troops at Fort Pickens,' and state'.
menu to mat enect are untrue. "
The Senate to.iU
later to Spain iJm es S.Pike. Miaiater Reiideut
the Hague; 0. M Clay, Minister to -Russia:
t -iuYi mer' Minister to Argentine Kepublioj
h,Ti JZT'Zf&rrJ r'r1 X'
,""."",."' n. a. Ar.cB.iuwo., u n.
of the Navy, Geo. W. Lanef Judge of the
" J ABUrtTUUU CiUglQCfSr-lU-UOiei
perintendent of Indian AlTaira fnr IV Merlon
OttrVeTOTS Of CUSIOmB! J. O. AnthnnT. Nt,m Al.
S?.0' i?aJ.uv T. Cooper, Chattanooga, Tenn.
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I""""1' Appraiser at Hew rork
l be following Postmasters wereoonflrmed: J. i
L.
L.Scripps, Chicago; Chas. Hall, Odhkosb; A- P.
Miller. Chillicotlie! Ci. 8. Pi. Mi v.n.
i . satcmsD, anesviiie; w. r . comly. Day
ton: T. C. McBwen. Sandnakv.
' JoSCSh S. Wilson, lata Commiaainn.r (3n.rl
of the Land Office baa been returned to bis form
er piaoe, aa Chief Clerk of that bureau.
i ne war Department has received the real 2
nation Of CapU Joaiah Gorga, of the Ordnanoa
department. This, it ia said, la owln to tha In.
?Ueno? of Col. Craig, Chiel of the trdnance.
A1D P"dd. " 8
" jouuer, wuuae gen -
frft"' "ml".1. toiency as aasiatantln that
Dnraan. 1 r , m nit ait ma. - i . j . i
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- I .MUVU. MM UUI lUUrcciKIRI DT m
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w""'J0ir March 23;h. During the late
Wa-h.no, March 29;h.-DurIng the late
5"f SeMlon ol the 8en-te b0'
I,xeouuT session ol the Senate, about 40U
lal-l. . . , , , n f T
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nuivu VVVI0 BCUl III 1J W LIISS rrHillllfln t
Yesterday, the Post OfflcV DTpVrtmeut. un.
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?er we P'oyie'ona or the recently enacted law,
f"gtorr, ,n,ail Mr.T.!ce btwee' George-
town, and Lexington, Missouri. The ser
vice is to nesix times s week.
Uen. Wm.tHlckev eraa .lartal
secretary 01 the senate.
e wwwwvi aaaiiiau
Asburv Dickens rot ulna ha nmlilnn
The Government has sent to Florida, fnr ;t.
neBgw ,n t"9 Armstrong Court-Martlal.
threaUnin, Vh. a".u ""S'.C.Z
a uauiuvt ujHe.iDir in a morninff. tha
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vAaHinoTOH, luarca XB. Mr. Trumbull of.
f"d resolution declaring that, in the opinion
XZrJTriV .u Ua"
" t0 nfBrc.e o' tte Union, that re
aisiasco to toeir enloroement. whether nm
"'co io tneir enioroement. wh.thav nndar
name of anti -oo.rclnn. "
Sg2 " t dmy of the ?5K
S1.? a" B.eaD ln h P' ?. hold
protect the public property of the UniUd
Sute.( tDd t0 enfgroe hJ lthaf.,. we
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bama, Mississippi, Lonislana and Texas, as
Ihai N aiAa of Hn..ik 'lf-. .
tviAiu viuct UknisjMi tjg ,UfJ UQIOQ. I
Mr. Trumbull said he offered the resolution
expressive of the views he entertained. He
red ia ha, tham nlntaH. .A M k. -i.h
fawn..., HWV TT VM.U UV glU
ubtw a voie on it.
Mr. Bright All on this side of tha Chamhar
De giaa to nave a vote now.
Mr. Sumner moved to proceed to the consld
eration of Executive business.
I he Senate went Into Executive session.
Un ODeninsr the doom. Manr. R.Vd. a
appointed a committee to wait on
Fresident and inform him that the Senate
Atrignt were appointed a committee to wait on
The Senate again went into Exeoutlv. a.a.
Subsequently, a resolution InvnlvW R nnn
.7 nnn e .i . . . ,a . J.
wiv iut iui puruuaae ui mo ADnaia Of U0U- I
ceo auu nuM ui aaua.eg iraBOjscuaaea.and
poetpoaeo until ueoemDer.
ibe President havins? to further bualnem
oommunications to make, the Senate, at 4 o'
clock, adjourned, tin die.
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Cincinnati. March 23 Draita drawn hv tha
Cataract Bank, at Lookport, New-York, on
ucean junk or ew-York for $7,000 were
to banker here vesterdav. On nartv waa
arrested, and $50,000 ln the same kind of drafts
found ln his trunk. Another party haa
west with $40,000. The first drafts told
intended to be paid, in order that the oar-
uiigui, gni meir oreoit up, out it la Deileved
erand fraud la nrrnatratsd
Parry j. Moore, a well known oltizan.' waa ahnt
burglar yesterday morning, wbo entered
house lor the purpose of robbery. Moore
in a critical condition. -. ,
Galveston, Texas. March 28. Tha Conv.n.
has elected Ford Colonel, and Bavlor
Lieut. Colonel of airetrlmant of Rano-nra. tn
13 months on the frontier, ln addition to
ordered by Secretary Walker on tbo 91st.
Got. Houston and Secretary Hamilton deliv
ered, at Austin, speeohea violently denouncing
Convention, the Confederacy and their Con
stitution. ... .-,
On the 23d. the Conventions in
Whole, adopted the Constitution almost
unanimously. On engrossing the ordinance,
vote was nearly unanimous for It.
New York. Maroh 29. A Pari l.ttaa in
New York Time states, that iha Fr.nnh
English Governments are fitting out a pow
erful fleet of war ateamers for the United
States. . The suggestion came from England.
France will furnish threo first-class frigates,
the English contingent will perhaps be lar
aoeaeet win sail wittt sealed order.
ia also preparing to send a formidable
to the Gulf of Mexico, though not work
in cone.rt with France and England.
Ricrhond, March 28 The rumors of tha
transfer of guns from Bellona arrenal, near
Richmond, to Fortress Monroe, wera tha baaia
resolutions In tho House to-day, protesting
uKaiuw tu movement Ol arms or an increase
armament by the government within the
limits of the State. Substitutes to tho resolu
were offer ed, and a Ions' debate ensued.
no action was arrived at.
New York, March 28. A sdsoI&I dianatcb
the Commercial aava the Prffaidanl haa an.
Pjlnted Carl 8ohutl Minister to 8paln, in place
vuaiua m. iiay, wno nas willingly content-
kj oe transierrea to Kussis.
Special dlspatohes also atate that Jas S. Har
Washington correspondent of the Phila
delphia north American and New York Trii
ne, has been nominated Minister to Portu
8t. Loois. March 28. Tha Cammtttea sn
Federal Relation In the House, veaterdav. ra.
ponea tu following joint resolution, wniott pasri
68 against 4: ' -
Rtnlved, Tbatltlalneznedientforths Cans
Assembly to take any steps for oallinga
NationalConventlon, to prepare amendments
tho Constitution, as recommended by the
owe invention. ... , , .
New York. Maroh 29 Tho bnildlnv Nr.
, , . . . . . . . . .
ana no aaisau street was ourni last night
ipNUldetpatchfromWaahlagton.il
Elisha Whittlesey acoeota the Flrt ComntrnU
lorshlp. , '
There is no truth in the statement that troops
t - I a . . . .n. '
oeeu oruerea to lanaat rort rtcKens.
Richmond, (Va.) March 28. Tha amend
menu proposed yesterday U : the Convention
wtreaeieatca 4010 74. l .
Nf Tost, Maroh 29. The case of the
steamer Bienville has been arranged at Wash
ington, and the positively sails on Monday.
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Canton IJattings.
e- Whit and Ued as A
C Wiiti Checked of ruperler uaitty. for aale by
i-m M v, -.L. i Bain a ton,
HahH. ; ,: v ; i No. 89 Booth. High ati
THE MARKETS.
Columbus Retail Market.
Columbus Retail Market. FRIDAY, March 29. 1851.
Tha fol lamina n Iha WtaU HOIuiui aornnud b
HcKm ltwumx, wholaaaltaBd rttaU groean, ha.H
Btataanuui Balldloj:
Wlat.k.....,.,.09Sfta O.EatuV ft
Uapla do (katioo
Com on; ........ ts.
MoLawet t'nl fOaMto
Battel A huaivi
Brrup gal eutoTMe
Lard V .......'.... isici-
Tea w ....50c.,7Jc.(SCl0
Yeddo Tea.... 1 00
Rio Coffee tft..ISX.16e
Tallow k. ........
Dried Applei V bo. .75100
vriea reaebi....g 7ia3 00
White Beini 9 m. .Tsiii
lavaao.. ,. , hoc
Ulee w ft fle
Droomi 9 d..l 00175
rocatoea w ou fOS3c
lalt in lack,. .......
Baltabbl............l,75
Bar 9 ton B7 oo
8oap(nozl t ft.... oV98e
rionrw bbl S5 KQiiX
Hams fft. . i2J
ncn V BL IM
VThlte Wheat do 00
(tie Floor bbl... t4 00
Baomaen r ft.,... 10
Salt Pork 9 cwt. . . .7(27C
uaniiiee.Taiioir.la. vent
Oandlea. Opal. box. lcio
irmavoora
Mackerel No.lhfbbl 9
Oheeea 9 ft 10312c
IlackeralMolqrbbi 5
Apples bu, 73 1W
naecerei Me I tin. . r 75
White Fish Mr h'fbhl ml H
Botainy per buih -- 1 HO
WhUkj per. tll. tS9l 00
While FiihperqrbblJ19 So
BaltlDi, M U. Box.... 9 80
voa flu v ft
HerriDc Mil
7o . " . Urers ' ....3 00
...aOOOl Baltan 9 ft MHc
Buckwheat flour per
rft , SoiFIgs ft W
Coin Meal bn.... . , SjciPruoea V &.
Kgira at do , tue Taroipa
bried Beef IBWe Olorer Seed..
lUWUtC
4 Q04 SO
Tlmothjr t OOSS S .-
WHOLESALE MARKET.
WEEKLY REVIEW.
rtooa-talei at 94 7KB S 00 lor red, and 5 SO
for white.
What-1m dvll at 05o8l 00. '
. Coax-ealei at MSSBo. 1
Oats ealet at 1820o. "' l! -
Bt email tales U550.
Cl itu BrtB talea et 3 SSG83 75."
Timothv Biro-ealei at al 75.
Hv aalea doll at li(S7.
PoTiTon ulee at Me.
. BiAMtalti at 89 l d75.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN]
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN] NEW YORK, March 29.
ASIIES Arm and demand fair; aalei 33 bbla. at 95 31
37 for Pota and Pearii.
FtOOB receipt! 4,700 bbli. Market lm utln nA
M2S!!fSJ "J?Wi
" noop unio. unnan ninr actira. and
c,'? nW' S!2 .Vi,!5. 127- - '
l a " - "
. mivu n hhut m ) ojjm minr Mntu. in
, WH1AT receipts 3 S49 bniheli. Market ilnll. end
?? '! "Jet SJ.ooo buihe'i at i30for Oanadiu
tS'mi
!1.r. '! weatemiM (or
45 SI 55 for while Wettero.
EYS-Qulet and steady, 64Wl5Ke.
BARLEY Scarce and firm, 500 buih. lake ihore Tflc.
HI0BIPTS0OBN 7964 buihtli. M.rk.t i...
ana a trine lower. Bain 3000 buaheli at 6S70j. Old
uiaeu wae id euire ana aenrerea.
OATB Lower and dull. 33234K W.il.n nn.i..
anu oiaie.
PORK Oulet and ateadr.
mall tales 15,7510,87
Men 12.801S.73.
BEE r Dull, 150 hbli, cut meiti ateady ,
LARD Steady. 100 bbla at 93:10c.
BUIIER Id fair reaueit. 10iai4a IUIa ,a nvain-
WUI8KY Without material ahanM. find m,i. .i iTiy
""ST?
MOCKS doll and lower but cloaed firm;
the hoard
57v; o si t kv:
s no new featurea to report. O it
: una il ait i 1 1 .1. ui y
8 17 V: da ousted
B IVKidOOUOtedlS: M BS'K: Heading 41- n rij.
VX-Sl. i" i.p.r..T?a?uJ M45M;jlriaSl
v ,wn,..vBi,wa, viuuii, ja: nnni hiu
" uoupone ikv doS's 74: Oonnone 89i Treaa
nry IB's 103X! UB65ot808K Tenn 71: Mn sflu v.
UB65oto084 Xeoa
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Cincinnati Market.
Thursday Evening March 28.
Tha etcamer'e news olaoad Hour and
betUripldu, and rather unaettled the asarket, Baklni
tellers more reterred, without lnereulng tha number of
" """""MU0-
mittj, offered .ore freely before the receipt
vul aiiiuin.ius swiisii wen jew wl I liner tn
Price their aamplee and buyere became more aaaloM to
puichaieprimeBd.t9l. the trmper of to daV.
aiisu ntw vita, BUIU irviB OrOAl If maLD Ulned
S.'? "'." ?od, 1 ,onDd ror aptrited reriwi of trade
ooMaetaT
S?5?-U ,,t. quoted.
v. li ii m quoiru ,
OATS-are a Htt e more firm tc-day but not changed
prleer '
BABLET nrlme fall baa a ful. n..k. as..
latter flgure it 111 belnR exceptional.
Oc
- loiia eiowjj at oaiooo.
WHI8KTdronoed to iSue. Ilk it. .
1-uuYiBlONB were about aa ib 1.... . .n
reiueetaastonrlcea. The amout of bualneta waa not
a., uu. umucra are Torj nrm. naoon Bldea are atill in
reqarit at and aalea of amalt Iota are made from da.
day at that flgure, but holders e heretofore ar
"latent Indemandlng an eighth and quarter of a cent
feafs
Sidea at 8XB0. Sleea Pork U ln requeat at Sit 75
wiiy, out una nure is malattd on for Country. Lard
enquired for at llo-BXo iia.ked ln tlareea. In ailrV
apecta the temper of the market la good, and the holder
generally eon:
is
In
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uuea
hair
an
after
be
tha
the
mall
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Cleveland Market.
March 28.
more In fha m,.i 9
dayepaet. """"""
ILOCBitmalns ateady with no great amount of butt-
DCMdOlDft " ,
W"JST-"' "tter demand. Salts ot I can white at
l,lQ;4cart red at S1,M: and a ear mod ruir.H .
am. . .
OAT9-qnlet atS3(9S4c.
CORN eales on ear at 34c.
SEEDS Olorer declined, galea 85 buh at S;4.00, and
v ..it wur ana ia ue ai
LABD tales 93 bbls at Oo. '
BUTTER- sales of 9 bbla good roll at He.
CQQS-ealeiS bbla at do., ,
Philadelphia Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN]
PHILADELPHIA, March 29.
Floor alee of 300 bbla tuoerflna at 5 Hi. tVni
aalea of 7,000 buahatai SftSl SO for red, and tl 36
40M. Com Srm; aalea 8,000 bull at iSHUmO!.
WHiiaxr ateady at 18X18c
GREAT CUBE.
DR. LELAND'S
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND,
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Bbeumatism, Goat ' and Neuralgia,
AND A SORE CURB TOR-1 -
All Mercurial Diseases.
la a oonvenlently a rranted Band, eontalnlne a med.
ted eomponnd. to b worn around the Waial, without
to the moet delicate peraona; oo ehanr In hablta
living ia requires, ana it entirely remove the dli
from the ayatem, without producing the tnluriout
effeotsailaingfromth na of powerful internal medl
otnea, whloh weaken and dee troy the eooiUlution, and
temporary renei oniy. sy una treatment, the med
le'nalproperUeaoontained In tha Band oom In eontaot
the blood and reach the dlaeat, through tho pore
the akin, effeotlog la eoery lnetano a perfect cure,
reetoring the part afflicted to a healthy condition.
Bud ia alio a moitpowerful Aa-n-Mnooaiai, ayenu
will entirely relieve the lyitem from Uefmie4oiM
effeote of Mercury. Moderate catea are eurad in a few
and we are oonetau tly receiving leatiaoalala of its
efficacy In acmvated eae of long (tending. - ... .
Paica il,00, to be had of DruggliU generally, or oin
aentby mall or exprna, with full direotlona for ue.
uy pari ot tne country, direct from tha Principal
Offloe, . . , -
Ho. 409 BROADWAY, Xtvr York
: 0. SMITH & CO., Bole Proprietors.
M. . Deacriptlve Olrculara Bent Free. I
S7Aa;ent ITaai ted Ereryvvbere.
nibS8.lylaorlitp.dAw ' ' ' 1 t ' .-''
TRAVELLERS!; , -. ,
"IT7T1EX you yo to New Tork , drlv direct to th
TV SinlXllHUrtlAN MOUSE,
BBOADWAV, CORMKR Of HOUSTON 8TIET, :
Conducted on the
! KUROPKAN'PUAN, .
Good f aia, Qood Booma. Piomot Attendance, and Hod.
erate Charge!.
8INQLK BOOMS SO 018. 73 0TB. and 91 PER PAT. v
; ' COOBLB ROOMS and PARLORS 1,S0 to 3.
Ueala as ordered. This Hotel has all th appointments
th beat hotel, a moat ocntral location, and it heated
throughout by steam. BAMTJB L X. MBAD.
arch9d3m - . . fnpjj,; .
ladies' Linen Pooket-Handk'f.. V
HEmniGDSTITOHEDsMNBIv II AND
keiehlifa, very wid hems.
, Embroidered Linen Handk's all prlcei. ''
, Hemmed Stitched and plain io, do. ",: '
do do oolored border, ' 1
Mourning do blaok borders
do do " newitylecroeaitjtched.
PlneApplldo ' newpatterne.
; Miiiei' Plain aod Hsmmed Stitched do all prices. '
Comprlilnf tb moit selrot aiaortment In the city and
atlnweetprleea. ' ' ... BAIN a 8tN,
fcbiM No. 80 South Ulgh Street.
EI.KUAN1' fLiAIIV UL.AUK M1S.KB IOB
Street Basque and Mantleii also, filch Trimmia
and Taieels to match, at . BAIN
Bav ,
PEAKS, Nl AltUkt.
1.SU0 lb. Madiaon, Watt a Oo'a pur, anchtmt
ealed Pearl Starch, a superior article, received In ator
for nil by- MjKBRk REJTIEACX,
octal -' S4 Statesman Buildln
riOLTIES niLL RITIR-rB. .
V7 All sums and enalltlsa; aa B0VaT SHIRTI of same
nprrUB,irsainj BAIN a BON,
hW N. SS loath High street.
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THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
im INSURANCE COMPANY,
JST woxli.) 3NT. T
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Dlrlden January 1, IftOlViSPOrCeat,
ADSJtlB..... .1.. .J,Oia0 0
Statement Jannavrr It 186I
Balance, par itaUunl Ju. let, 1840 3,403,Ml SO
tteeeifea lor rremmou Car
lm the mr l0........S7llloS3 55
Beeelvtd lor tntereit daring 4.4 t .i
ue jear leou via.uia i
Total reeelp'e for 1M0.... 9977.007 74 I I
..Irf niAlm.K.Ti.l OKI arjl Ml .. , P I'm
raid uiainub Death, W7,oso 00 1
raid roiioiet aunea- -
dered 41.111 SO
Paid Salariea, Pot-
age, Taxet, Jtx
cbanre. elc....... SI. 020 S4
Paid OomiaUeloBa to ('
X k..
AHuti 1. 51. SM 30 ' '
Paid Phjralclana' fees. S.K6 75
Paid Annaitiee 1.517 00
Paid Dividends dur- " ' ,
mg ue j ear luo.suu 13 3U3,uvi 03
4U,:s 14
Vet Balanoe January UI. 1801.
..93,812,558 50
i ) -, A33ETB.
Oath on hand.......
90,0384 13
3,327,841 Cl
Honda and Mortgagee on Seal
ciuie, worth double the
amount loaned. .
Premium Motea, on Policies
in roree, on ly drawing 0 per
vent, incaren.
l,S7.d64 17
Seal JCttat
Ml OKI K7
5,03144
45.343 75
ManaonBorlp.
Premlomi, Notes and Oaih, In
couneor traoamlaeion....,
Total Anets
' 93.813,555 59
7,875 Pollciaa la foroe, Insuring tSAt426i6SQ
1,433 new Follclea hav been lamed during tbe year.
After a careful calculation ef tbe nreaent vane of the
ootaUndlog Pol'cleiof the Company, and baring the
netiteary amount la reierre therefor, the Dlrtctora
naro oeeiared a Uividimd or 43 percent, on the Premi
um! paid at tbe table rate,, to all noliciaa for life In hm.
leiuod prior to January 1, 1BC0, payable according to th
riiHn. ittitoi mo uompanyt ...
Jtatrsfor all klndaol Lire ContlmraDciei. P
Beet, Statements, and Application!, will be furnlihrd
without CHiaaa, at tbe Office or Agencies of the Company.
, ; ROBT. I,. PATTERBJN. ProilJtnt.
' li. 0. QROVBB.TIcerreiident.
BINJ. 0. MILLER, Secretary.
U.K. BUESOIV, Agent,
No. 4 Johneon Block,
March 28, 1801, Oolumbus,0.
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE? '
" DO YOU WANT' A MUSTACHE?
BELLISGEAM'S I
CELEBRATED ",
StimnlatiDgOflgucnt,
For the Whiskers and Hair.
. . i
The snbicrlbera take nleaiura ln annonnelna to the
Oitlaena ol the United States, tnat they hare obtained the
Agency for, and are now enabled to offer to the American
the above Juitlyeeltbratcdand world-renowned
The .
STIMULATING ONGUENT
prepared hv Da. 0. P. BELLI if GHAtf. an tminent
phyilclan of London, and la warranted to bring out a
Whiskers or a Mnstache
from three to Six weeke. Thia artlala la tha Anlv Ana
the kind need by th Vreacb, and ln London and Paris
is in aoirereai uae.
It I, a beautiful, economical, aoothlnr. vet atlmnlatlnr
eomponnd, acting aa If by magic upon tbe roota, caoilnc
abeauliful growlh of luxuriant hair, t If applied to the
acalp, it will cure Biumm. and eaue to anrlna nn In
ofth bald apoU a Sn growth of new hair. A p.
aoooratng io direction!, Il will tarn Ben or Tdwv
BaBK. and rector era hair tn Ita original mIiw
leaving it soft, smooth, and flexible. The 'faaanaa-r" ia
indiipenaable article in every gentleman ' toilet, and
on wetk'a an they would not for any eonitderatlon
without tu-
Tbe anbecrlbera are the only Agent for th article In
United Statea, to wham all ordera muitbo addreaetd.
Prliw On Dollar a box for aale by all DruggliU Bad
Dealer! ; or a box of the "Unguent" (warranted to have
deiired effect) will be Mot tn any wbo deal re It, by
(direct), securely packed, on receipt of prlo and
FA" o Appiy to or auurea
, TIOBAOB h.
HBQIUAN k. 00.,
, Mraaim, ., ,
24 William Street, Sew-To.
(ebsodfcwdm
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
' NEWARK OHIO. - ' -' r. '
Manafawtarev f all klna f 1 Par-
table bbi fctationarr Htoana En
ajioea, Haw mil, urlat Mill,
I I . : i SLQm AOm . f ! f !
LAXXJt BbVLSYBeatm! ff.it t. SLAXD7 Btattnl
. (Mj. M. DCTALL Btaimtl! COLUMBUS
HACHINS CO. SeatnllU BRADFORD
i A CO. itatmlttlt ." : '
.rOuTortaMs logins sari Saw Mill '' '
awarJed th first premium of $50 at tha Indiana
fair for ito over Lane a Bedley's on account of
Price, lightness, 'simplicity, economy (of fuel
and Superior character of lumber sawed.
Our Stationary Bnirlne re awarded at th sam lair
first premium of S!rU0.
Our Portable login was awarded the first premium of
vrnuai we rarai uempna, Tenn., oyer Biandy's dp
Oolumbus Machine Oo's., and Bradford a Go's.,
a cowmuiceoi praericai Kaiiroad ngineer.
Sor price aud tenni addrai . --.
WILLARD WARNER, Treunrcr,
ecJ-dkwlyeois. ' J s ( I ( f Newark, Ohio.
GUERNSEY'S BALM
DEJIOVES A N D - PREVENTS 1 IS
fiammatlon and naln. and heale tlie wont horn.
acald,brule,eut, or freeh wound ot any kind, r remit
swelling and pain from be (tings, mosquito bites, and
poiaonous planta, nenralrla, rbeumatlim, ague in th
breaat, aalt rdeam, etc. When taken internally, It will
poeitlvely cur eronp In children, and give Immediate
reuei in in worn raj ot irus tarrlbl complaint! alio,
remove hoaraenea and sor throat. Price, is oeata a
bottle. Should be In every houa. tor aale by Drug
fUU and Storekeeper. IRVIN 8TONB. .
Bole Proprietor, No. I Bprno it., New Xork
eet4dkwlvt
ADYEKTIBBMIITT. i - ' , , t
171
Tor th INSTANT BJELIlf
. anSPBBlUNKNTOnUotth
dlitranlng complaint as
.. ' ' BNDT'S ,i
BROUCHIAL CI0AEETTE8,
by 0. B. 81YM0DB A- 00., 1U7 Naaaaa St., M. 1.
Prlo tt prboz sent fre by pott.
FOR BALB AT AIL DBUflfllSTS
tuayS-dawlyl , ... .4 -i 1 . , t t . . .
HEW HOOP SKIRT. (l f ;
' ' No. 89, BODTH niOH gtBKT.
Bav just received new nuk ot HOOP SKIRTS
Snlihed la a Banner far superior to any yet Introduced
- .-,.;' ; .; ,
DURAEILTTT AND GRaCEFPLNESS.
nm
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NOTICE.
ALL PFHSOIva KlfOWINn THEM
V aeiT to be Indebted to lb late Srm of I01
CKIDOB a WHITS will pleas tali andantl their
account, and thereby ear ooet.
All note and account! remalnlnf npalrt on th trat
April win Mpmoaaio ux nanai ot wm. l. lilYIi,
i.P., foreolleeiloa. P.M. WHIT,
mar7-d,wtajri - - tnrvlvls( Partner.
ef
HEUnraGtI,EKBING!t0 Dkls,
No. 1 fickle. Eerrln. In ator. for sal by
' .. , . McHBB aKKSrllAUX. ' '
rbB7 ,. . It, Borlb Ulh street.
-SITSIrti
StreBgtiening Cordial ai3 JBIobd
Tbo Ureattesat Kenaedr la Tfraj rl
HOST MXICI0U8
'- ' Ann
JJELIQHTFULv
COKDIAL
EVER TAKEN.
V. A ! i Si7 -I
X 1 t ecientlne an'
-Vegetable Oom pound,
procurrd by the dlatll
1 laUanet Hoot. Herbs
a ad Barka, Telloir, ,
Dock, Blood Eoot,
Cherry hark and Dan- jf,:i j
oeuon vnwire bdw u-
e. ropoiltlon ' The en-1
CcforO Taklni" aeave reweelal
Iftcr Takfns
prlodple of each inaredleBt la thorouihly directed by
mv new metnui of d t i a. producing i,a aeucioua. ez-
hiloraliaK anlrit. and the moet IHFALLIBLM reird foi
reuovaiiug the diaeaeed ayitrm, and realorlng the eick.
aurfi-rlne and ilel.llitivtwl INVALID to IIKALTU and
STEIISaTH. -
McI.fctrV'N STReitaTHENINO COK.
- ", DIAL - ' ''
i ' trill effiwuull core
LlVSM OOM PLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUND10S
Chronic or Nervous Debility, Dlaeaee of the Kidneya
and all diteaeeo arulog rron. a anoraeroJ I Ittr or Htom
ach, Dveperisia. Heartburn. Inward Pilea. AeiJit or Hick-
neea of tbe Btomach, gnllnefa of Blood to tbe Head, bull
pain or ewuimlng In tne iwaa. raiL.uuon oi toe luori
rullneea or Weieht in the Htnmacb. sour Eructationa
Choking or anffocalloK feeling when lying down, Dnrnrai
rrellowneieof theBUnand Byea. Ntgbl nweau: ln
ward Fever, Pain In the (mail of the back, oheit or aide.
Sodden F uihee of Heat. Deureeiton of Bi.li
.reuit. Languor. I eirondenc or any Nervoui Dlw
Roree or Blotchea on the Skin, and Fiver and Ague (ol
Chilli Ami Fever.) ' . ' ' -
Uwera jnillion of A.t(lcs
Have been sold durioc the laat aix montha and in no In
Btaoee hxi it failed In giving entire aatiifaeiicn Who,
then, will buTerfrom Weakaen or Debility when Mo
LKAN'S BTHUflOTliKUISKl CORDIAL will com youl
Mo laneuaee can convey an adequate Idea of tbe Imme
diate and almost mlraeuloaa change produced by taking
thia Cordial In the diaeaeed, debilitated and abattered
nervoua u item, whether broken down by execit, weak by
nature, or impaired by slcknees, tbe relaxed and unitruny
oiganlzauon u reatored to iu pruune neattnana vigor.
JTIAHHICO tleSONN,
Or other eonaeioaa of inability, from whatever rauae.
will find McLean s Strengthening Cordial a Ihorouith
regenerator of the ayatem; and all who mar have injured
tnemaelrei by Improper indulgence!, will And In tbe Oor
dial a certain and ipeedy remedy.
To the Lamina.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
laaaovereign and apeedy cure for
INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, VIIITES
Obstructed or Difficult Mcnitnutlon, Incontinence of
Urine or Involuntary Diacbarga tnereor, galling of the
Womb. Ghldlneae. Fain Una arid all Diieaios incident to
remaies. - r x , . ,
Thar is no Klstaks about It.
Suffer no longer. Take It according to Dlrectloni. It
will stimulate, eirengthen and invigorate yau and eauie
tne bloom or bealtn to mount yourcneex again,
very bottle la Warranted to gire satlaiacUoD.
roil CHILiDUEN.
If your children are alrkly, puny, or afflicted, McLean's
Cardial will make tbem healthy, fat and robuit. Delay
not a moment, try it, and you win ue convinced.
IT IS DELICIOUS TO, TAKE.
Oadtion . Beware of Draggiits or Dealer who mar
try to palm upon you some Bitter or Saraaparilla trait,
wnicn tney oan nay cneap, try eayint it is jun aa good.
Avoid inch men. Aaklor McLean'! Strengthenlnc Cor
dial, and take nothing elaa It la the only remedy that
will parity th blood thoroughly and at the same time
sorraginen tne ayeiem.
One tableepoonfal taken every morning faitlng, la a
certain preventive of Cholera, Cbllla and Fever, Yellow
Fever, or any prevalent dieeasea. It ia pnt up In lame
tries.
Prior only tl psr bottle, or bottles for SS.
J.H.McLBAR,
Sol Proprietor of thii Cordial,
Alio McLean1! Volcatiie Oil Liniment.
Prirctpal Depot on the corner ot Third and Pine elreeU,
Intel, mo.
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
Toe beat Liniment In the World. Tb only lite and
certain ear for Ceneera. Piles, Bwellinea and iron-
ehitia, or Qoitre, Paralyiis, Neuralgia, Weakseu of tha
aauseiea, unrouio or innamnutory xineumaiiim, nua
nces of the Joint, contracted Muscle or Llgamenta
Karacse or Toothache, Bruliea, Spraina, WounJa, Frcab
Onta, U leers, fever Bora, Oaki
ed 1
Breaar SoreNlpplei,
Burni, Bealdi
la. Boi
Bore Tboat, or any Inflammation or Pain,
MduTerenee new severe, or ho lone; the diieaaem&y
xited. atcLean's Celebrated LinimenteA car
remedy.
Minis nave neeu uvea a me o,
decrepitude and misery by tb ue of thia inraluable me 1-
otn.
McLUAN'S volcanio oil
' , . ULNIMENT
Wilt reliev pain a'ot iartantaneouily ani It wil
clean ee, purify aud heal the foulcit aorea in an Incrtdi
ly abort tim.
Far Harae and Otlitr Animals.
McLean ( celebrated Lhahaent Is the only cafe and r
liable remedy for tbo cure of Spavin, Ring Bone, Wind
galla,Blinta, Unnatural Bumna, Nodes or Swelllnc. It
never fail to cure Big Head, Poll SMI, fiitula, Old
running Bona or Bweeny, if properly applied. For
Spraina. Bruifea, Bcratchea, Bores or Wounds, Cracked
lieate, Ohafei, Saddl or Collar Oalla it ia an infallible
remedy. Apply It aa directed, and a ran ia certain in
very Initanee.
Then trifle no longer with the many worth leu Lini
ment offered to yoa. Obtain a eupply of Dr. AtcLeaui
celebrated Liniment. It wl II mire you.
J. f. ITIcIiKAN, Bole Proprietor,
Corner of Third and Pin Streets, 81. Lonia, Mo.
For aale by all druggist.
lor aale by . ROBKUTS fc 8AMDBL.
AugSt-d&wlj i ' - . Oolumbua. Ohio.
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ffh Montreal Ocean Bteanuhip Oompanv's flnt-claM
Steamers ail evcrr Sat
nirelay froaa PORTLAND, carrying tha Canadian and
ilea Btat auu ana paiaengers.
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Kates of Faac to Europe, '
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Fauengera, to and bom Inland and Scotland.
TJU'Thee Steamer an built of iron, in water-tight
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DKRT, the gre&t rljk and delay of calling at St. John's
avoided. ... a
Glasgow paaeengera are farnlahed With no passage
taketa to and from Londonderry.
Return tioken granted at reduced ratei.
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the WASHINGTON LINS Of SAILING PAOKKTH,
leaving Liierpool vry week. ., .
Sight Draft far Xi and upwards pay-
able 1st Knalandt Irelnad, Suot-
. land, or Wales,
For bum.' apply at th Office. f3 tROAn
WAV, Neva- Work, and 19 WATER ST.,
lylverpoal,
, . SABEl ft SEASIK, Osnsral gnu,
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noIO-lydfcw Btateanun Office, Colanoui, Ohio .
VM KNABE & CO.,
A T
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1MI MALTMOBS ST.i
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HnMcal Amateurs of th ooaatrji aod , . ,. . r
BVBHT -. ' ' " '
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The moet taatldious euatomar may rely upoa being
nleaaedui vervm:iet. .
Term! liberal. ' ' WM, KNABB A 00. '
aai.T7.an AsrvnaTltR. AannM. .
otn;lydw. Oolumbua. Ohio.
; , Umployinent.
THtt SUBSCRIBER, DEALING IN
a Rtaale Ar ticlae will furnish employment to
fw aotlv men to aet a agent for their house. A
preference will be given to thai who ere wclkj acquaint
ed la th district for which ihey apply. .
for watok xrvloe they ar wlUlog t pay a al ry
froaa ... ,
$000 to $800 par yeu, sad fipenssa,
for fMth particular address . v
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ScrofuladrKinEvil,
a constitution"! dien.sc, a cwruntion of tjis
blood, by which this fluid becomes vitiated,
weak, mid poor. Jleing iu tli circulation.it
pervade tho wholo body, and may buret out
... .., uu W17 pnn ot it. io organ is free
irom iu attaeka, nor is theTS on which it may
not destroy. , The scrofulous taint ia variously
caused by mercurial disease, low living, dial
ordered I or unhealthy. food, impure air, filth
and lilt hv habits, the depreMuig Tices, and.
abovt. nil, bjrthe vcnorcul infection. -WhaJ
ever be its origin, it is hereditary in the con
stitution, descending from parents to children"
unto the third nnd fourth generation j" indeed
it seems to be the rod of Him who aays, "I
will visit tho iniciuiticB of tho fathers upoir
thoir children," j. i ; :,.,Z,
Its cflects commence by deposition from the
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in
tho lung,, liver, nnd internal orgnns, U termed
tubercle; in tho glands, swelBngs; and on,
tlio ntrface, eruptions or ori. Thi. rXl 2
ruption, wliich nenders in th l.lnf.,1
the energies of life, so that scrofulous constitu
tions not only suffer from scrofulous com
plaints, but they have far less power to with
stand the attacks of other diamuM.
quontly vast numbers perish by disorders
which, although not scrofulous in their nature.
are stUl rendered fetal by this taint in tho
system. Most of the consumntion which An.
ctmates the hnman family haa its origin directly
... uu, ecruiiuous contamination; ana Many
djistructivc diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or
are aggravated by the same cause.
One quarter of nil onr nvnnln n awiMnn, . -
their persons aro lnvnrlt hv thia lnrb;n. '
fcction, and their health is undermined by it !
To c eanse it from the system w must renovate
the blood by an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate it by healthy food and exercise.. .
ucli a medicine we supply in '
' AYER'S '
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilia,
the moat effectual remedy which the medical
skill of our times can devise for thi
where prevailinirand fatal maWIr. If U
blned 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 consequence.
Hence it ahould be employed for the cure of
not only Scrofula, but also thoso other affec
tions which arise from it, such as Encrrivs
snd Skis Diseases. St. Aummrr'n Tin
Bosb, or Erysipelas, Pimpt.es, Pustules,
Blotches, Blains and Boils, Tenons, Tetter
and Salt Rheum. Scald Head. Rraowonu.
HiiiiUMATisM, Syphilitic and Mercuuial Dis
eases, Ditoi-sv. Dyspepsia. Dehilitv. nnd.
indeed, all Couplaints ahisino fiioji Vitia
ted on IsrvurtB Blood. The popular belief
"impurity of tin llood" is founded in trnth.
scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. Ilia ,
particular purpose and virtue of this Sarsapa
rilia is to nurifvand reo-enn-nte tliia vitnl fluid
without wliich sound health is 'impossible in
vuuiuiiiuiuitiu constitutions.
AYER'S
Ague Cure,
rOR THE HPLEDX CURE Or
Intermittent Fewer, or Fiver andAirur,
Kemirteiit Fever, riifll JPv..i.. n l
ague, Periodical Headache, or Billon
Headache, and Billona l?airra.
the whole cloa of dieease originat
ing in biliary derangement, canned by
the Malaria of Miasmatic Conntrlc.
ftre enabled here to olTcrtriA enmmtinliva
remedy which, while it cures the above complaints
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any
quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in district
where theso afflicting disorders prevail. This
CfiiB " expels the miasmatic noson of Fiver
Aoitj from the system, and prevents the de
velopment of the disease, if taken on the first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only
best remedy ever vet diacovcrcd for thia -ln
complaints, but ulso the cheapest. The larpje
quantity we supply lor a dollar urines it within the
roach of every body j and in bilious districts, where
c,x.ii i.if Auua urvvaus, every uoay snouid
have it and use it freely both for cure and proteo
tian. A great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and certain,
cure of Intcrmittents is that it contains no Quinine
mineral, consequently it prodces no quinism or
other injurious efiects Whatever upon the constitu
tion, 'lliose cured by it aro left as healthy ns if
had never had the disease.
I ever and Ague is not clone tho consequence of
miasmntic poison. A great variety of disor
ders arise from its irritation, arnonp; which are
KettrnMn, Rheumatism, Govt, Ifradache, Blind-"
Toothache, Earnche, Catarrh, Asthma, Pal pitation.,
Pain ful Affection of the Spleen, Hyster
ics, Pain fi iiowels. Colic, Paralysis aud De
rangement of the Stomucli, all of which, when
origiup.tinii in this cause, put on the intermittent
or become periodical. This " CuriR " expels
poison from the blood, and consequently cures
tbem all alike. It is an invaluable protection to
immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing in the malaiiousdistricts. If taken orra
sionalljr or daily while exposed to the infection,
will be excreted from the system, and cant ot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis
ease. Hence it m even more valuable for protec-
imiu cure, ana lew will ever suiter Irom Intrr-
mittcuM if they avail themselves of the nrolct tion
remed
dy afibrds. . ", . ,
PrcparcbyDr. J. C. AYIB & CO., Lowell, Mass.
ROBkrTS PAUURT, Columbus
by Drngglata and Dealer everywhere.
nov9:lyd.twAw
MRS. WINSLOW,
experienced Nun and Female Phyilclan, ( KKLti
to th attention of motbera, her
SOOT HI NO S VRUP.
FOR CHILDREN TEETI1INO,
which gieatly facilitate! the proreia of teethlnt. by sort
ning the gums, reducing all Inflammation wil I allay
PAIN and spasmodic action, ar.d ia
SCUE TOKJEGl'I'ATG THE BOWELS. ;v
Depend upon it, mother, It will give rest I youraelv '
...... .,., -,
SUSr AND HEALTH TO YOVZ LMAUiS.
We nave put up and sold thti article ftr over ten years,
CAN SAY, IN COSiFIDENCK AN D T&TJTH, of it! '
we have never been able to lay of any other roedi- '
NKVKR HAS IT FA1LKD. IN A SIMGLB IN.-T- '
ANOB, 10 KMKCT A CUUK, when timely nwd. Nev
er did w know an Instacoe of dissatisfaction by any oo
used It. On the contrary, all an delighted with lu
operation, and ipeak tn terms of commendation of it
aetiical en ecu and medical virtue. We apeak la tble
matter 'WUAT WB DO KNOWi" after ten year' expe
rience. AND PLIibOB OUR REFUTATION I0RTII8 '
UL1LLMENT0 WHAT WB HJCBE DilCLAHH. In
almoat every Instance where the Infant la luilering fro
and axliauitioa, relief will be found In flfteen or
twenty minutes after theSyrup la administered. ,..,.. .
Thi valuable renaratlnn la the nreaerlotlon of ena af
moat BXPBUIBNOKDaiid SKILLFUL NURSftS In '
Rnvland, and ha been Bead with MSVKB VA1L.
INaSUCOKPSln . . 1. , ' '
XHOCS AIM DM Of t'ASI:). c . ' -t .1-
It not only relieves the child from pain, nut Invigor
ates the stomach and bowels, correct acidity, and gives '
true and energy to the whole system. . It will about in. :
atantly relieve . -. , v
GB1P:0 IH THB BOWELS, AbTD WIN COLIC '
overcome oonvuiiloca, which. If not ipeedlly rrrre-
died, end In death. We believe It the BUST sod t-l'R-(PT
KBMJCDY IN THB WORLD, In all case ef big. -ENTEHY
and D1ARRIKBA IN CUILDRKal whether 1
irises from teeUiln. or from an other ouae. u .
would say to every mother who bs a child iurTrrii.g fhua
of th forerolr eomplalots DO NOT LET V(!l'R
PRKJUDICBS NOR TUB PUBJUSIOESOS OTUBRS
aland between you and your sulterlnir child, and the ,e
tnat win oeouRtyee. ABrMlLUiaLT HUUai 10 '
follow the us of tbli medicine, If timely uned. full di
rection for tiling will tceompaDy each bottle. Noi.e
genuin unices thi rac-iimile of CURTISA PKSKINd,.
York, Il nn the outilde wrapjier. ...
Bold by all Draggim tbrvugbout th world.
Prl relpal Office, 13 Cedar Street n.T. s
PRICE ONLY 85 CENTS PER BOTTLE. !
mT7-daw1y-
Notice,
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS.
rTMIE FOLLOWING CHANGE" WEKfi
mail In the the omeers of this Bank,. Jaouarr O'lOu
- i 1 . a,H . n. - D . j I , J 1
iwi, w wi, M . " .... 1 a titu aiul l uoMaa
MooBi, Oa.hler, reilgoed their otUoee. Vaviu Tatlt.,
Biq., was th elecUd President and Wm. A.l'tarr ap
pointed Caihler.
By onier of th Board of Director.
feb S, tfdl-dtf. W. A. PLATT. Cashier.
HEN It Y K(ULEIl! ;
(1st ef Phaloo'l Xilabllihment, N. T.,) Pmprietw
tb New Voik lainJonnlii Shaving. Dair Cutting
Shampoonlng, Ourllog and DreuiDg Salooo, Bait Stat
street, over tb Poat Office, where MUitacUou will
be give tn all th various branches. Laiile et 4
Children's Hall Drositsg don 1b th best ilylo.
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