MONQAY EVENING, APRIL I, 18CJ.
The Adams Express Company plaoes m dally
under obligations to it for the Tery latest papers
from uie eastern cities. , .. . . -
' The Amertoan Express Company bae our
(haul for He dally farore In the ibapeof the
very latest eaitern papers.
Notice to Subscribers. City subscribers to
the Daily Stataman, who inay change their
dwelling! or places of buslneus at this season
of the year, are requested to notify our carriers,
or leave word at our countlngr-oom,- of the
places at which they wish their papers left
thereafter. . ... , , ,
CatLT Apsil D AisThe first day of April 1
How it Is welcomed by children and youth as
season of sport and jollity! Their little Innocent
decep tions praotlsed for the sake of fun , and oat
of the fullness of the heart's gaiety, are tricks
of Nature's own coining, for she at this season
oft tbows us a smiling iace- that seems to say.
"Spring has oOme," and then suddenly veiling
her features In a wintry cloud, she roguishly
mocks us with, "April fool!",
Though there may come cold winds and stormy
skies, we do know, notwithstanding these little
deceptive tricks which Nature praotices upon
us from year to year, as children annually make
"April fools" of eaoh other, that the reign of
winter is quite over, that the swolllng buds will
soon burst open, and the early flowers appear
The early days of April, npon which we are
now entering, are daya of preparation for the
season's erand movement, when' the foices of
the vegetable world, long ' pent np In the stern
bonds of Winter, are gathering strength silently
and Invisibly for the march through the beauty
and garniture of Spring, to the glory and splen
dor of Summer- - , t - j -, ?, -
"These early April days," says a writer In the
AtUntle, "have a charm-even days that seem
raw and rainy, when the sky is dull and a be
quest of March-wind lingers, chasing the squlr
rel from -the' tree, and the children from the
meadows.. There Is a fascination In walking
through these bare early woods there Is such a
pause of preparation, winter's work Is so oleanly
and thoroughly done. Everything is taken
down and pat awayi throughout the leafy ar
cades the branches show no remnant of last
year, save a lew twisted leaves of oak and
beach, a tew empty seed-vessels of the tardy
witch.bazel, and a few knawed nutshells drop
ped ooquettlshly by the squirrels Into the crev
ices of the bark. All else Is bare, but pro
phetic; buds everywhere, the whole splendor of
the coming summer concentrated in those little
knobs on every bough; and clinging here and
there among them, a brown papery chrysalis,
from which shall yet wave the superb wings of
the JLnoa moth. An occasional shower patters
on the dry leaves, but It does not silenoe the rob
In on the outskirts of the wood: indeed be sings
louder than ever, though the song-sparrow and
bluebird are silent,", . '
Blackwood roa Maich, The March num
ber of Blackwood' i Magazine contains several
articles of more than usual Interest. "The
Physical Geography of the Sea" Is the subject
of a brief essay, reviewing Captain , Maost's
late work. It opens op to view a vast field
for the, acquisition of knowledge o( . the most
startlingtend novel kiod. We trace with won
der and awe . the footstep of the (Creator in
the "vasty deep." i '-"
The sane enchantment that attracts the Stu
dent of Nature to the sea and .its veiled won
ders, entices him to open as it were the "Book
of Life,'' and read from its pages the mysteri
ous workings of ' the vital prinolple from its
lowest manifestations in the mollusk to Its
highest In-man. The artlole on Recent Natural
History Books, beside being an Intelligent review
of some of the best of these works, contains
many faets and illustration, particularly of
Insect and bird life, that cannot - fail to charm
the dullest observer.
The review in this nnmber of Blackwood of
Lee's History of the Church of Sootland will
enlist the attention of the enquirer Into the op
eration of tho religious sentiment In man, as
muok as essays on physical geography and nat
ural history do the seekers after the novel and
the tree in material nature
There ate also in this March number of Black
tetod the second part o f the article on the In
dian Civil 8ervice, Iron Clad Ships of War;
the continuation of Norman 81nclalr, Wilson's
German Campaign of 1813, and the China War
of 1860 ,., --'
Blackwood Is published by Leonard Scott &
Co., New York, at 13 a year, or $5 with one of
.the British standard Quarterly Reviews.
CocNctb- PaoctEDiNGs. The City Council
tmet on last Saturday eveningVpurauant to ad
Mr.' BuTLia presented a petition from Jona
than Evans, (he owner of a house on the north,
side of North Public Lane, asking permission to
draln his cellar Into tha-CHy Sewer. Referred
so the First Ward Committee. ' ""'
Mr. Corn-roc presented the potltlon of H, B.
Cassinoton" and seventeen other tax-payers of
tbe city of Columbus, urging that Immediate
steps be taken to procure an adequate fire alarm
bell, and recommending that application be made
to the Sad Presbyterian Church, for the purpose
of using the main tower of that edifice for such
purpose until a tower (a built by tbe eity. Laid
on the tabic ,. ...
- Mr.jDouTr introduced an ordinance making
additional appropriations for the fiscal year 18C0
-61, as follows: .
" Fire Department
...:...., 19,885 00
...' KS 00
It was read first time, and nnder a suspen
sion of the rules, read the seoond and third time
.and pBisedf""nTTr,."?'''.!"r-"'-"'jr "-'-
Mr. Dodtt, from the First Ward committee?
reported on the petition of Jonathan Evans, and
recommended thai It be granted adopted.
Adjourned nntll next Saturday evening at 1
O'olock. M - i ' S Z ' ' i '''.' -J i I , '.'
MoSTOOatkST Goasds' BAtx-The Montgom
ery Guards will give a Ball at their Armory to-
snorrow (Tuesday) evening." The looatiom of
thsir Armory la at Montgomery Hall, on the
northwest corner of High and Gay streets. We
anticipate for the Guards and theit guests
pleasant and delightful . season of, , festivity.
Oae thing Is certain, that they have heretofore
succeeded In effort of this kind and we have
ho doubt, from ' the exertion we hear the
manager ro makingthat to-morrow evening'
Re union, will - surpass anything the Guards
have hitherto attempted. -
7 We are requested to state that Mil
FsAkxsjiBisa propoees to meet the friend of
education at Mr. HoTL's Seminary, to-morrow
(Tsesday) evening, for the purpose of explain
ing and Illustrating tb system of the Infant
ET It will be seen by a earl In another col.
umn that Messrs. Thomas Wauii k Son have
transferred their stock of groceries to Mr. G. 8.
Demino, who will In future conduot tbe estab
lishment. Prom the well known character and
enterprise of the new proprietor, we recommend
those who have business at a grocer's to give
Mr. Dem ma an early call.
: I ' I
OTGraob Greenwood will deliver her lecture
on "Home and tbe Homeless," at the Congrega
tional Churoh, to-morrow (Tuesday) evening,
STMr. John Paaaon has been re-appointed
Secretary of tbe Board of Public Works.
Arrivals and Departures of Mails.
' Mill! far New York fllte. Dufain. Ilk... s ..
d? ph.i!.fIld. ?,w 0rle" clow U11 (Sundays txctpt-1
aa.il at 7U aVnljwilr a "I
A throUtth mail for NmW York anil ntemaUMil I
(uiiiouDuaya puaj at i o'clock p. me
0. O.tfc 0. B. B. WaV M&iloloftM dill fflnruUvei a.
jla.s.l.l i .At 1 i ' -W tmwmr
w"fw etv a v giVDB p. m,
tntral Ohio War Mall
cIomi dally (Sundaji excepted)
at i o'clock p.m. -
OhlCUOa Duhnnn. TUUv.ra. Vartnn an A 7As4Klaa.
n auu oloMf dally (Sundays exotoUd) at 1 o'clock
eioici daily (Bandaya oxoapted) t 7x p. m. -
A uroazn null to Xcnla. BDrinrflald and ninolnnH
eloMi dally (Sundaye axoepwd) at i o'olock p. m. . .
(BndTd) .t 7T.'oT.k V u
IitDCUUr. Lonn. MalnoiiTllla. Oirelavilla. Ohllllentha.
Porttmontb, VaihiDgton, 0. H., Athtoi, atarictia and
Iutmalall b National Baad to Cananllla. iIami
amy (oooaayi exoepted) at it o'oloek a. m.
Harriibnnb alalia aloaa dall (anndan izccDtadl at 1
lit. Vernon Halt, by way of WetUrrllle and Banbury,
cioM aaiiy (aondaya exotpunj n i o'ciooa p. a
Snblln Mall clotet daily (bundaji xsepud)at 1 o'clock
Helta from New Tork. Bocton. Fhlladelnhla.
PltUbnrgh, Cleveland, Dayton, Toledo, Xenia, Detroit,
RfirlnirfUM. ninlnnatl rihlllfvha flf. T.mil. mil
Boutnern cities, arrive between tie Bonn of v o clock p.
ana o eiooa
Halle from Indlananolle. Ohlcaio and Subnona. arrive
8.10 a. m. .
Haila from Wuhlnaton Ottv. Baltimore, wheelln.
Zanetrllle, Newark, Bteubenville, Mt. Vernon, and the
o. . ik. way Mall, arrive at o'clock p.m.
Way Hail from Cincinnati, arrive! at 9i o'clock p. m.
lancuter Hall arrlvee at 3K o'clock o. m.
But War Hail over the NaUonal Koad. arrlvee at 11
Mt. Vernon way Hallarrtvee at 11:00 a. a.
Hall from Dublin arrlvee at S o'clock p. m.
Urbane Way Hall arrlvee at 8 o'clock p. m.
Htrrlibarih Hail arrlvee at 11 o'olock a. m.
Offlpa dallverv ona var div tttwnmnt flnndav.) frntn
o'clock a. m. to 8 o'clock p. m. Open on Sunday!
1)i to V o'clock In tbe moraine, and from S to S
JOSEPH DOWDALL, P. M.
Rail Road Time Table.
Lime Hum k OoLumci at Xavu K. B.
- IlWTM. ,
AooommodaUoo.. 6.10 A. M.
Ho. Six 8.30P.M.
Might Kxprew. 8.4S A. at.
9. 15 P. H.
3 3UP. H.
8.45 A. H.
OUVtLAKD, OoLDHSCS Jr. OlWOtmlATI S. E
Ixprt and Hill. 3.00 P. M.
Might Bxpreot .....3:8S A.M.
1.40 P. M.
1:30 A. H.
S 30 A. H.
CnmuLOmo R. B.
Ixpres Train 3.00 .. M
Mall Irate 9 AO P. M.
PrrTtsoaaa, Ootnmoi k CnctmiATi B. B.
Irprest Train 3:00 A. M. . 9.30 P. M.
Mall Train 8.40 P. M. 8:80 P. M.
Golumsui k IwbiaravouiR. B. ' '
lOolombui, Plqaa a Indiana B. B.J
Barrett Train 6:10A.M. 11:10 A.M.
Bipres Train 8:45 P.M. 8:10P.M.
Thb Late Fisx Our Furniture Manufaoto.
which was destroyed on Saturday, the 33d
.a t .a a a.o nnn ! .1 it e a vt-
Insurance Company, which sum has been paid
.LI- j . i .1 a . TT n T.
iuu vuis nay dt me aitui, a. a. seetou,
Cnmnan. arflnat. I la lo..-.. mro.nrl It tn tha
patroWe of the oltitens of Columbus nd ?l-
einlty...pd we recommend those who desire. In
nr Inaa. ftA fiavj, thai alalma btmaiIIIw aie- I
Inatarl and nrnmntlv nald. to oall on H. R. Bee-
E.Q.. the Axent of the Company. In'the
t .... a a . a " I
BROTHERLIN. HALM St CO.
Columbus, O. March 27th, 1861. dlw.
' f IS I
CoDORS-Ths sadden oh aocee of our olimat
sources of Pulmonary, Bronchial and Aatb-
matlo Affections. Experience having proved
simple remedies often! act speedily and
certainly, when taken in tbe early stages of the
disease, recourse should at once be had to
Bnwn't Bronchial DrocAu," or Lotenges, let
Cold. Coua-h, or Irritation of the Throat be
so slight, as by this precaution a more se
rious attack may be effectually warded off.
Public Speakers and Singers will find them ef
fectual for clearing and strengthening tbe
voice. See advertisement. For sale wholesale
retail, by Roberts 4. Samuel, No. 24 North
street, a. Bamuci 9 vo., no. ca ooutn
Pxibonal. N Gundershlmer has just re
turned from the east, where be has purchased
of the finest assortments of Cloths, Cassi-
meres , and Vestines of every grade and variety
offered In this market. He has purchased
entire stock of first hands, which will enable
to sell as low as any other establishment
of tbe mountains. He has secured tbe ser
vices of the well known cutter Mr. Robert
Spurlingto take charge of the tailoring depart
ment. Tbose desiring tbe best of material got
ten np In the latest and best style of out and
workmanship, will do well to call and examine
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
He baa . also a full and complete stock of
Gente' furnishing goods, all of which has just
arrived and are of the latest patterns. Persons
calling cannot fail to be stitfee. .,
large ana well selectee stock oi ttesay maae
Clothing kept constantly on hand, at prioes to
the times. ,7. '
Remember the placo. No. 139 South High
street, one door North of the Goodalo House.
BTR. KisxrATiicxrNo. 165 South ' High
Street, has a very cholos assortment of Gold and
Silver Watches, fine Jewelry, Clocks, Silver
Plated Ware, at prices to suit the times.
Wi Know no othkh Way. By whloh yoo can
ooovlnoed that Guernsey's Balm will posi
tively perform what we say it will, than for you
make one application of it. . . ,
Rail Road Time Table. DIED,
Bunday evening, March Slat, 1861, XLtBNOB, youof
daughter of Henry C. and Illnbeth Behmer. ' ' v '
rnneral en Tneeday, April ti, at S o'olock, from their
residence, ISO, Seventh street, j. . i L,:t "
i ? &
PBTCII BKDtfCKD "
'.nfrtm the KewlertObeerver.il
At all eartlee !manofachirlo Bewinr - Machines art ob
liged lo pay Mr.' BowoaUoense en each machine eeld,
an a so eompelled to make retnrnt to aim, snder
oath, as to thennmbtrtold. his book! fire e correct it to
ment. Irom thu reliable source we have obtained the
following itatbtlce. Of tbe machlst made la the year
1869, there were eold, :
. .By Wheeler As WlIon... 51,305 , ''
I. M. Singer St Co...... JO.W ".
i. , (trover k Baker,.,.,,, 10,280
(Ihowlng the nlee of Wheeler k Wilson to be dvulU
Uiose ct any outer uoaupaoy.--1 , rS
Awarded the highest premiums at the -1 '
, United States Felrs of 1B5S, 10 and 180) -
!"' '' ' alsoatthe
t.V n-i. OMo State fairs of IP59 end 186w ' l '
and at nearly all tbe County ran In the Stale.' -',
Our prloee, at Ibe late reduction, are as late at any
HicX machine now told, and but a trifle high-tr than
interior too vtrtad oAana tf (cA wiaoAirwl, now
foriwd urmn the market.
Tlat WuaiiLKal WTXSOlf kTAOBIKl makes the
look STico-tlioonlyonewhloheannot be raveled. It
Aliks on Dots Sim of Urn nodi, leaving no r-Woe or
given In their nee, froe of etwn,.. -
- - - . liaaar.w Hlg !, eetataVss, 0.
dec8-2auikwem Pike's Opera iloue. ClooUinal
Opera lloute, Olootnnatt.
White and Black, Joit reoetred al M
..V - ' 3Tftr".lS wV!. a m aW73 '
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
The Oeafederate states Conetltatlsn
Matiflea br misslsslppl and Texas
Allqalet la Toiai-ktemtraUl U.S.
Trs.vps tram Texas Fsrls Jef f ersaa
and laylr Stransrlr Helafai'cad
la Texas Henrr WlaUi ta fea
lain later ta China fitui Hainan
f Clarke In Waohlnften Netea ef
case Poat Office taken ! Inn m
br Tbernaa f. tfhalleress Palltloal
Rtavemeais In Vlrrlnla-Heaierna-
tlan ef Judf jnarvla. ef flerlda-
's nreeoays Iiater News from Europe
. Personal HmhI at UlrhmaiiJ.
Va. Hnsh li.ttalliglier Accidentally
Hhot Himself she U. S. Surveyors
- 'ppraise ait sucn rereifn aooas
the ittlsslsslppi and Ohio Hirers
as have not paid Duties Khode
land to Secede f-The Cabinet still
Deliberating- aboat Fort Sumter
Jfrojects of . Heinforcement Knter
talned Fort Pickens to be Helnfore-
ea without IMlay An JExtraBesslon
uunsreii to oe vaiiea eco.t ate.
THREE DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE.
New Year.. March Sl.-Th. Africa, from
Llveroooi on the 16th. and Queenitown on ths
'in, arrived Sundav Monilnr. brlnelne 11.
' The London Tm asks where tbe Confede-
rte States ars lo negotiate the proposed loan,
leeiDlT mat ona-tirui nl tnalr nnnnlotinn la nlaHo.
ed to repudiation, and savs that Prealdent Davia
" "o U-gbed at the dupes In tbe Mis-
SlSSlDpl DOndS. .
The reduction in the discount rates of the
Bank of France has produoed a good effect on
k . i . c i i
the money market In France and London.'
Rentes advanced to 68f. 30o.
The Italian Chamber of Denudes nnanlmotia
It approved the assumption of tbe title of the
Avinguom oi Italy.
Warsaw was apparently tranquil, but late ad
vices say the excitement la unabated.
Tbe Polish Deputation said they accepted the
Emperor's rescript, but were far from being eat-
The Duchess of Kent diod
21st. , 77"
Tbe Paris Conference aereed to extend the
occupation oi Byria till tbe Otb ol June.
1 ibe trench Corps Legislate adopted the
nrst ten paragraphs or tbe address.
BtEADsTcrra Circulars report oorn general
ly firm: flour quiet at at S8Ql31s: wheat, mod-
erate bueiness doing at full prices) red lle3d
wnue i'ooa; corn in lair request and
in some cases shade dearer: sales of mired at
37376d; yellow 3838j6d; white 38
FSOVISIONS. Beef in moderatn demand l
low rates; pork quiet; baoon quiet but improv
ing, with a speculative inquiry at a alight re
duction from current rates. .
Lard declined.'but at the reduction more bunt.
ness has been done, rates range 67 to 54 shil
lings: sugars quiet, prices favor buvera: coffe
market, no sales. ;
London Mabxet. Barlns & Broth ronnrt
wheat 1 shilling higher for good: foreign in good
demand at full rates. White American at 63(3
67 1 and 59G0 spirits turpentine.
T . n . ... . '
iuaa, inaron Ol. Aa vices rrnm K
Weet lo 25th report that the steamer Crusader
was to leave with stores for the fleet at Pna.
eoia. . .
Tbe steamer Geo. Rusk had landed tha
from Texas at rorts Jefferson and Taylor. Tee
latter Is now on a war footine, with all sorts of
supplies lor a year.
Judge Marvin, of the V. 8. District Court for
the Southern District of Florida, is to resign.
He will remove to New York, and has been en
gaged by tbe Board of Underwriters to attend to
their caaes In the New York Courts. He Is a
,. . . . " . " " -
ii.!i .ATui" ew mijeraw
WHIII UI Liuiwcai IIVUUIOB.
, - - . , ,
"w anuuu vurpa juegieiaiu continued 10
deD,te. th.e ddress. Independent members
ta.??5L ",l wo PM2P
" ' luvwiwiskvi luw
.""T "I'-. eseiAllueBi, after four
"nA n!r.D'u"u me.n W!M keapr
O 111 a IUU a
oners, and 3,000 cannon cantered.
Civitllla-del-Froote is not able to resist much
longer. : i . . . , . . ,
Ibe Eoellen steamers left CoRatantinnnia rnr
i . - l , , . . -r -
auu wo provisional possession or tbe
arms isnaea irom tbe Sardinian . ami
ecixeu oy i urxey.
Pasis, Saturday.-In the Corps Leglslatlf, it
was Intimated that It mleht be neeeaaarv tn fir
later day than the first of October for the exe
cution of the treaty of commerce with England i
which case the Chamber of Deputies would
called aoon to decide on the matter.
Baring tiros, say tbe only transaction In R. ft
stocks is as follows: Erie 1st mortgage 91 Q
932ddo..9092(3ddo. 7880, 111. Central
shares 8025 discount; do. 1st mortgage 89
90; M. S. 6 7880j do. 6's 87897
Hswitt k Co. rkport the market buoyant and
fully higher. They quote middling Orleans
Tj middling Mobile at 6; middling up-
lanasate. Ureadstufls unohanged and firm.
From New York.
Niw York, April 1. Tbe Wet-id's Wsshins-.
ton correspondence savs. orders have been for.
warded by tbe Seoretary of the Treasury to tbe
principal cities oa tne Mississippi and Ohio
rivers, instructing Surveyors to appraise all
foreign goods not having paid duties.
I at inount t wssulngton correspondent
It, ine opponents or secession in tha Kinh
mond Convention lave a clear malorltv of 20.
a moniiromerv aituatcn to tha 'irjnaaiaiaa
that If Sprague is elected Governor of Rhode I
island, tbat state leaves the Union and beonmea
the commercial depot and summer residence
The TVt&UM SSVS. at several rpppnt elltlntri
the Cabinet,' an energetic policy relative to
Fort Sumter was strongly urged. Ideas of
reinforcement were entertained in Quarters
hitherto regarding it impracticable. Several
leading naval officers express tbe belief that the
fort could be reinforced with ordinary risk by
steamers In the night.
The Herald Washington correspondent telo
grsphs tnat Tortugas and Key West have been
reiuiorcea oy troops irom Texas, t ort Pickens
Will also be reinforced without delsy. '
In COnSeauence Of s-reat dinafiVntlnn ahnnt
the Morrill tariff, the question of tbe collection
of tbe revenue, and movements at Fort 8nmter
and Fort Pickens, an extra session of Congress
tll 1 1 j o
win us oaiiea.
; . - - . !! .1
Msrch 31. It ia unrlarflinnd
that the further consideration of diplomatic
and consular matters Is to be deferred, to give
lime to other matters by tbs President.
It is said that no uneasiness Is fait h tha
Confederate State Commissioners, either in
regard to tbe evacuation of Fort Sumter or the
reinforcing of Fort Pickens, and that they are
satisfied on both points.
It Is a noticeable fact that bv the first of Julv
the force will be reduced in tbe Pension and
Census bureau to the extent of 80 or 100
elerks, as the legal necessity for their further
cmpioy mem win men cease to exist. -
Kemovala and appointment! of elerks. how
ever, in the other branches of the public ser
vice continue Including four on Satnrdav In
the Adjutant General's offioe. . ,
It is thought , here that the Secretary of . the
Treasury will not accept bids for the proposed
loan, unless within a small fraction of the fair
market rate. ;. ? n..t -i: , . -y
K.'I ' i . 'I
NlW Toad March 30 Tha ataamahln Tiin,
Iel Webster arrived this P. M She reports that
sue lanaea as rori jenerson, Tortngas, Com
panle M. k. L. 1st Artillery, and at Fort Tav-
loy, Key West, Companies F. it K. of aame
regiment - -c . -i- t ; w it
She reports that the Indiana ars eraatlnw
great havoe among the people of Texas, killing
some and running off their stock. Major Tibley
vuaeiuGu boss oi ine savtgte. -
Kortina was understood tn be onl waftlnc
the departure, 6f troopa to commence operations
on a larger toale than before-
The Pest's special Washington dispatchei
say It I reported that Henry Winter Davl will
be appointed Minister to China. - - - -
A great many olerkl were removed to-dav.
particularly In the Treasury and Interior Pe
parunenai. ; , x; .i. -
t : 1 1 n aaaaaa
" PosTtAnnr Mi., April 1 Tbe steamship
North American, from Liverpool 14tb. via Lon
donderry on the 15th nit., arrived here this
morning. Date anticipated.
Cricaoo; March 30. Tbe Banks of this city,
on Wednesday, tnrew out tne notes or tbe fol
lowing thirty-two Illinois uanxti ,
Albion, Benton, Carmi, Ches'er, Federal Un
ion, Qulnoy, Republic, Bellevidiere, Coral,
uitixens, commercial, or new Haven, Conti
nental. Corn Planters', Farmers and Traders',
Farmers' Bank of Illinois, Farmers' Bank of
New Canton, Frontier, Grand Prairie, Illinois
State, Lanoaster. Merchants' and Drovers',
Mississippi River, Newmarket, Pamet, Prairie
State, Railroad. Sbawanete, union, fike Coun
ty, Edgar County, Morgan County, Southern
Illinois. These Banks have in circulation about
three and a half millions, based npon Missouri.
vera .. l
1 ennessee ana Louisiana stoexs. At the pres
ent market rate of these securities, tbe notes
are worth from eisthy five to ninety-fire cents
on tbe dollar.
Richmond, Va , March 30. Ia the Conven
tlon to-day, Mr. Wise offered a series of
amendments as a substitute to the majority re
Some entertain the opinion that the Conven
tion will adjourn in about two weeks. The a?
ricultural portion of tbe Convention are getting
uxiuub to return noma.
Mr. Flournoy made a speech In favor of pre
euuQK toe Ultimatum oi vireinia- Ha waa
opposed to the Border State Oonlerence
Messrs. Janes and Batbour made speeches in
tavor or secession
tee of the Whole on Thursday next, when th
Convention will proceed to vote on various nron-
Options tbat have been presented, giving a brief
time to explanations ana amendments
mr. upkriu urgea ids piaa oi wnoarawine K
and reconstrsotlug set forth in his report.
.The Convention, by a vote of 64 to 38, adopt-
ed a resolution to terminate debate in Commit- 8.
Richmond,' 31. The House was in seaalnn all
nleht. canaiderins tha Inint rAanlnttnna p.lati
to the movement of troops and arms within the
Comrnouwealth, growlnout of the proved
louoier ui iguuo iruui mo ocuoua roucary.
r urious ameDumenu were proposed ana reject-
ed. After an exsitlni? debate, the SenaVa
amendments were finally p.99ed, modifiod b,
aurthorizing the Governor to call out tha public
Kuara to arrest tne contem D ated nnn . anrl
lt.atM Lt . I .1 jf.i r '
slat anvattemnt to remove them h..j
uucvtiuK una hi ciuiiiur iuv uvuuiut lurco bi re.
reach and control of tbe State Government
A rencontre occurred yesterday at tbe Ballard
nonse. iiugo u. uauigner, tbe contractor at
the Rip Raps, fired at Joseph Segar, a member
the Legislature. The ball passed through
bis coat. and he was unharmed.
Galllgher to-day shot himself, and It Is ex
pected will ale.
Wosvolx, Va., Maroh 31. A petition has
oeen numerously signed instructing Mr. Blow,
tbe delegate In Convention from this city, to
vote for immediate secession. -
A large and enthusiastic meeting, held at
Washington Point, instructed tha dl
T.T . r i 1 . . k . "
irom xiorioia county to vote lor immediate se
ine meeting also annointed deleoatpa tn
Convention, to be held on the 19ih of April,
nominate a secession candidate for Con
gress, In case Virginia should remain In tbe
Chicaoo, March 30. Thomas P. SbsIIcross.
epeciai agent or tne rest Uifioe Department,
took charge of the Chicago Post Office M-day,
uruer ui rresiaeui A.10C01D, lor causes al
leged of arrears and faulty accounts runnlne-
tbrough even a longer period than the present
nn..l.. 1'k..;.. I t :.u r
.v. . . iinBi.T .a riiv wiiu rumors, maov oi
J L 1 1 I 1 . - I
ucui viuuuuin uigaiy exaggeratea.
Galviston. March 29 Tha
Ified the Constitution with but two dissenting
votes, and adjourned sins die on tha 2.1th int .
without referring the Constitution to the people.
Houston's and Hamilton's efforts at opposition
nave proved an entire failure All Is quiet in
NtW OsiXANS. March 30.Tha aloamoa
Coatstcoalaas arrived off the Matagorda bay on
wra lus,., m, late away me r eaeral troops.
Is reliably stated that the troops will be land-
as new xork. BUU troops areawaiUng
transportation at ladlanola. Several companies
v vapectcu irom oan Anionio.
Hatod, Conn., April 1. The election JbJ
proceeaiog quietly, with indications of a Repub
lican triumph in tbe State.
Jackson, Miss., March 30. Tha Cnnvcntlnn
ratified the Constitution by 78 against
It oreoleelv what lit name Indlnataa. fna hllal
Ipleasant to the tatte. It la revivifyi ng, exhiUrat-iQ
ion, uiTigoraiina ana eirengtnentng to the vital
powera,and at the earns time revlvWee, rein-lav
sUtet, and renewe the Blood in all Ite portly, end fl
thut at once Tutor and rtntUrm lv,tM v.iJ
kulturaila to attack ofdinan. It U the only
preparation ever offered to the world, tochemi-'LJ
tally and tklllfully oombioed it to be tie most Q
powerful tonic and at lha tamo time to perfectly f
umpim w, ae to act in perioot accordant with the I
iawa of natnie. and bene will awuAa Aanani-a Il
jstomach, and tons np tb dlgeative orgtnt, tod
thnt allavall nervona and athaa Uritaiin. i.
oarlaotlv ezhllarallna. anrf aft ih. . . i . i . ,l
compoied entirely of vegetables, yet to combinediM
produce the most thoroneh Ionic aSaat. with-
(out producing any Injurious onseqntaeea. BucblL
a rcmauy uae long oeen reit to D a desideratum lo LB
in medical world, for It Mode do aiaiimi abin in r
te thatdebllity followt all attacks of dleeate. and
procMdi and Indeed layt the tyttem open lo the H
luaiuiooa aiiacae oi many OI ID moot fatal, inch, L
for example, at the following: Oontumntlon, la-i
digettlon, oyipepela, Loee of Appetite, Faintnew.1
Nervont Irritability, Neuralgia, PalpitaUonof thel
nean, iancnoiy, nigoi iweata. Languor, Glddi
oett, Retention of, at well at Painful obeimoted
too profuM. or too tetnt Menstruation, and rail
lot of the Womb. These all denend nnon vanaral
debility. This pure, healthy, tonio Cordial and
BloodRenovator.lt aitura to oureai the inn to U
rite and let. - There It no mistake ahnnt it. . nm HI
hla laaotall. If lha avaiam la
open tobilioniattackt, lb liver become torpid,
or worte diseased, the kldneyt refine to peiform
luair luuviiona, ana w are irouoiea wtm eoaldlng
and Incontinence of ortne. or Involnniannia.
charge of the earn, pain lo the hack, aide ana ha.
tweon the ihonldere, eaoeedintly lttbl to alight
oolda, aought, and if unchecked, toon emasiatleoi
grave. But space will not allow ue to enumerate M
" ." k- awauvwn 10 a premauiro aa
tn mtny lilt to wnicb wt in able ia a waakanari Vaf
condition of the system. But we will say, in thisl
Cordial and Blood Renovator yon have a perfect,'U
cafe, pleannt and effectual remedy for lot of M
Appetite, Billoutnett.rittnrenc,wcak and lick I
stomach. Languor, Liver Complaint. Chilli and
Fever, or any Blliont attack. OoaUveneaa. AnUiia
of the Stomach, Nervoumeei, Neuralgia, Palplu-L ,
tlon of Ih Heart, Depraeilon of Spirits, Some, M
rimple en the faoe, or any dlettte arising from tn)
Impure blood, inch at Scrofnla. Krvtioalaa. Rrnn ir
ksbltta, Oougb, difficulty of Breathing, and all that!..
civ oi uueaiea eama female weak neat, and n
enumerated above.- H e will alto tay the traveler U
aauoani w cpioemict, cnange or eiimat and wat-1
or, win una s pieatani, tai and lure remedy,
and none ebould ever travel without. Reader,
try It for we enure you yon will find in It a friend
inaeeo, at well tea mend In need. Allperioniof
Mdentary hablte will find It a perfect nrevenUva ai
at well at cure for Ihoae ailment! to which they arc
particularly axpoaea. ntnoe minuieri,itudenti,at
toroeye, llierary gentlemen.and ltd let who are not
aocnttomed to mock outdoor exercise, will find ti
to their advantage to keep a pottle eonitantly on
hand; and, abov all, mothers, or these becomlni
luoh; will go through that most dangerous perln
not only wth all their aocnttomud strength, tm
taf tad fie from the Ihouand allmtnta eo prev
alent among the female portion of Ui world', It
thort, It le Indeed a mother'! cordial. Trv il i.
and toang; no longer run the risk of delay; Itwll
!7 Vll2Sp, mpnatioally a iltttora
Mm Cordial and ioodnotator
OaJ. WOOD, proprietor, 444 Brotdwty.Kee
lori. anu 1 IV Binna I Btrvei. BI. LiOUIa. Mn . an
sold by ROBKRTB k gAMUBL, Oolumbne, Ohio
tad all good Sruggtitai . Price - One Doll.,
Pr Bcttl trch8.de.wowiy
Wholewl and Rauil Dealee la , , . ;
Foreign, Domestic ;, Cima,
. r sarr saajro
Smoadrjj ci Chewing Tobacco.
Also, the nest quality ef 8STJITI eoastantfy
, vs nana. "- r t
IDCcnlry Merchantt an tnytted to call before par
chasing titewner. - ., . .., ,J( ,,
t NO, 4 EAST THIRD STREET,
. i.! ! Btt. Vain and Sycamore,, -lirrr-wsm
. " CIWCITOTATl'. O1'
- Co-Partnership. r
IHATETSSISDAV AD3IITTED M
ton JAMBS ADQBR BAIN aanartn.. i. 1. w,
sott, which will breafter be eonduoted under tn firm
Oolumbna, feb IS, J801. ftblS
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN]
NEW YORK, April 1.
; ne " x.u. 7bi.j fao. Bail be;
Sf."? ,M-" ' ",-in,'f,t ' 'J,t b0,",,
J'e.of '65. Bi l ii: do. O'isi: ao-u. '
fLOUR receipt! of 87,331 Mils: market 5310c. bet-
wr, aie! ti inxoo bbli at S3 v a tot inpai fine Bute
5 SSjggS SS for e' hwte; i fx&iU for euperfloe
whitern; tStfwSU for cemmon ta medium extra wee-
icrni s j 0.1.30 a lor nipplnf brand! extra Bound Hocp
Ohio! Canadian Boar doing better; aalee of 400 bble at
KYJI I LOT7R-ateailn at S3 10 for nmrnm I.
WHEAT reoelptt wheat 5,S05 buihj market lfS2c
better with a moderate export demands lalea of 0,000
bath. etllS5 for fair chloiao inrlnir: SI 3U tar If lehinn
clab! 13tor amber Iowa f 1 34(1 38 for winter .red
BVBqalet at 65360a. '
OOHN roOCluU Of lfl hnah. narlral .! kallar.
aale of 4 1 030 buibeb t 6"&70o for old mixed weetern In
store and delivered ; 6264o for new do.
0 ATa-doll a 1 334X for Weerern Canadian and
PURR quiet end iteadv. ahlat uf SO hhl..l ain7 for
io tor prime.
Dciiiia unoaDfea. , i
CUT HBATB-eteedy. "
L K RDe toady : ealei of 000 hhliat oailV,
BUITXft In fair raniifu, a, lfhUli fnp nktA an4 fa
lur Diaw. I
WHICKV aeliva anil AiAmAm katta- .... nf osn
kJ,l. iu .a... 1 "
8I00K.O dull and rather lower.' Hase aonllnnaa
eaiy and plenty at &2S per cent, on oall. Bterllng Bx
chtntre ie firmer at 108(8)108 IS. Bankere' Bills: Ch.
"X; 0.. . kit. 7SXJ H. k M. 11, do. quoted
Oat. AtCh.73j; III. O.ecrloRlV: narl. IOW Ha.
mjrketl ihownonartli.iilarlata ri..
feature of the Grocery merket le the reported tale of
over 700 big! of Coffee at 13to 13Xc. This ie doubt
leu partly, perhape mainly, beciuie of the newi at lo
New York market. . ... . . . .
FLOUR fallt back to lit old level, not having been
bl,:, "ijlre any reliable ttreneih from the forelfn
iruiAi-eut trifle more Arm te-ddty, bat there
""- h-urcui ure uouiaiion or cureri, nor In prices,
.l?.aN-on theear leqooted-atthe old fignre: ihelled
OAT XZ7&?Z?m .. the ..
(""rally asked b eellert; receipts were much lighter
-vinn loriomooave nitherto.
BAKLKT ll taVen mnra fraala a, lha I.I.
v . , . , , . . u.,.iivuh
ntiiDni-inteadratMltc.-. Com., A pi II lit.
Cleveland Market. March 30.
wq fmV1 "!' of I"?1 nd no chDI ' Prices.
WHBAT Bteailv. Wtlh aalna J -. n.
White I. quiet at l 18. " "
uukn tales of 8 carsat 31c.
OATS nominal at 83c by thecar load
baaus eaie IUU baah O n - nn iri .u-
In H.h.nnr.1..-J.,aJ:i'i.. " "
nmuniBio-auu; eaie or 83 bb e at I So
FORK sales of 2i0 bbli .mi
BrjlTEU Sales Of S ka nnn. at B. ..an u,.,. J
ChOlOS W. B. at I3& Ordinar. tn ..
a "l-w. au(va a ivw
BOOB tales of a few bhla at tuna i.
POTATOES iteadv at 1-vaim- ir .
i.- lv, F,,Hiv jnarRvrt ana
OrjEB'K-iclllog ttead lly.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
BALTIMORE, April 1st.
FLOOa bnovanL Ohio Itnwanl BIMa ..J nite um.
x. wasiT Arm: Bed ai -tn-ail m. wki. n an
u.i.b, Ml 11 VI,, I.1IIIB
iii. VV.H-IIEHT mixen T na fll
White C3GSo. PaovinDK dnll and .n,v.. a '
Pnaaaa AM.t Iflai,,.. n. "
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN]
PHILADELPHIA, April 1.
FLnnaflm mt a OKtHt nr. .... .
.11 " ",T"Tt ana au-
w iic. nBitatr iieadrat lBailHo.
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
r . s HIWABKOBIO.
Mannraetnrers f mil kinds ef Pr-
a.Die ana HtatioHary (tteam En.
Tines, saw mils, urlat Mills,
lAXBik BODLSTBtatml B. ti t. BLASD YBtatenl
dsj. n. LUTALL Statin II I C0LVUBV3
UACUINS CO. Beatmltll BRAD10RD
at CO. BtatmlllU
Oar Portable Engine and few Mitt :
awarded the first premium of $30 at the Indiana
Fair for 1CC0 ovtr Lant k Bodley'i ob account of
lightness, simplicity, eooiiomj of fnel
and superior character of lun ber sawed.
Btationtrv Ineln was aar.nl ad ai tha v.i.
first premium of S'-KW.
Portabl Bngine was awarded ths first premium of
at the Fair at Memphis, Tens., over Blandy't Da
vail', Columbus Machine Co's., and Bradford k Co't.,
committee of practical Railroad Xaginesrt. , - .
pnve auu umns aoureet
. WILLARD WARNER, Trouorer,
dfcwlveeU. , Mewark, Ohio.
NEWt LITERARY t PAIER,
Far Alerch lefh, 1801 -
Beady-For Bale Eyerjwhere-PriM Hts
, Csnua Cepy.,j l A- ,
m';.' COSTEHTS: "
"STILL WATERS;" A Brilliant Sloty. ' "'
"Tn OHBAP BXCUR8ION-," A Complete Story.
'IBB KI.N9 AND TUB BKQQAR:" Comolet In thit
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF EDGAR A. P0.
TUB DTINO BOY'S RKQTJBBT: by Maria Norrl. '
TBK DUTY OF THB PRRSENT HOUR. - -
THB PHILOSOPHY OF BATHING, : .' ..,1m
LOVBl A Poem, .,,... '! i I , i !,
KU8TI0 SIMPLICITY AND SHREWDNESS, -t -
THB MODTH OF LONDON.
ROW PEARLS ARB FORMED: TRTTSTTVfi Tn
WHO WOULD Bl A BACHELOR; Q1VB THB
OHILDRBN FRESH AIR: ONB DROP AT A TIMB:
WAY TO DO GOOD: MORAL INFLUENCE; RaiL
ACCIDENTS IN FROSTY WBATHKR; TJTIU
WASTE 8TBAM: A NEW MATERIAL FOB
OF UMBRELLAS: CEMENT FOR HOLES TN
OASTINQ8; SHELL-FISH ROPE-MAKERS:
COINING BY AIR POWER: A CURIOUS HELM:
FOUR SWORDS OF LONDON; FACTE ABOUT
UH.SBHITBU nan; liiSTUHY or THB PIANO
FORTE; KISSINO; THI DOKOS OF SOUTH AFRICA.
WIT ANU HUMUH. . ;
N0II0K8 0F NKWDOOKB.
much other Intercstink- and Instructive
Reading Matter. - - .
copy '. 3 per annum.
HUNT & MINER, Publishers,
, 71 and 73 Fifth street,
"next to the Pott-O&ec, Pltttburgh, Pa.
R. KENNEDY", General Agent.
march 8. ' . ' ' "' ' t l , -. . ' DtI .
Ll PEHSONS KnOWINfi TIIEITI.
telvet to be Indebted to Ih lat firm of DOD
DRIDOB at WHITE will nleaas call and aattla thai.
accounts, nd thereby ear eot.
All notet and accountt rrmalnlng inptld on the trst
apru win o piaoeo m in nanat or Wat, L. HBYL,
x., lorcoiioanon r-IS. WU1TS,
ar7-ds:wmprl Survtving Partner.
David A. Fitliet'a EitaU.
XTOTICB IS HttBEBT S3tTEIf THAT
the nndertlgned bat this dav been aonolntoS bv the
Probata Court of Franklin oounty, Ohio, Administrator
bondt nop) of tb salat of David A. Either, lat of
townthlp, ta tatd couoty, deoMsed. Dtted thi
day or aaroa, A. B jtHil.
BarcbBS:ditw3w . - - JOHB WRIaHT.
Benjamia Eritton'i Estat.
XTOTICB IS HJRHBBT GI TKrY TflAT
tb undtretgoed wat, on to lSlb day of March, lbol,
appolnled by the Probst Ooarl st Franklin ilmoty,
Ohio, Baecutorof the will of Be oj am la BrltVw, dtoeas
wi n nwiwiau aowusuip, is tatd oounty.
' ' "'- ' ' ".'n.vi . BMITU BRlTTON,
maron ovu, , v, toni, aitwt.
TbeUreatest Ueaueelr 1st Tke Mroa-14
HOST DZUCIOUI .
AND A '
A DELIGHTFUL Yii
EVER TaREN V
IT IS STHICT
ly a ecienlitto and
prooared by tbe dlttll-.
lation of Roota. Herbs
and Barks, Tellow
Dock, Blood Root, -Barsanarilla.
Cherry Bark and Dan- f?rt
UPllun auira iii,u m ,
More Takings rem.iii4iu;r Taking;
principle of each Ingredient ie thoroughly extracted by
my new method of distilling, produclngi.a delicious, ei
hlleratlng spirit, and the most IN ALLIBLK lemedy for
renovating the diseased system, and restoring the sick.
suffering tnd debilitated INVALID to BkALTIl and
VIcLEANI STBENUTHENINU COB.
Will tlectoally curs
LITIS COMPLAINT, DI81-IP8U, 4AUNDI0B
Chronic or Hervont Debility, Dlteatotof Ih Kidnen
and ail dlieaeet arising from a iiuornered Liver or HUim
acta, Dyspeotia, Heartburn, Inward Piles, Acldlly or dick-
wet of the Stomach, Pollntie or Blood lo the Head, Dull
mn or swimming in tuo head, rair.ttion oi in iioart
'ulloeee or Welirht In the Stomach. Sour Bructatlont
Choking or luffoottng feeling when lying down, Drvneet
oryellowneteof the Skin and Bye. Night Sweat? In
ward Severe, Pain In the small of the back, chett or tide.
Sudden Pluehet of Heat, Depretilon of Bnlrita, frightful
Dreamt, Laniroor. Detpondenev or any Nervout Dlseate.
Boree of Blotche on the Skin, and fever and Airue (oi
Over a "Illllen ef Mottles
Have been told during ths last tlx month!, and lo no In
ttanee has it failed In giving entlr ntliraction Who,
then, will tufferfrom Weakoem or Debility when Mo-
LfiAn'B oTKhnUTllKNlNU CORDIAL Will CUIC you 7
No laniru&ee can convev an adeanalt Idea of tlia imma
dlate andalmntt mlraculoua chauge produced by taking
thit Cordial lo the diieated, debilitated and shattered
nervoui tyttem, whether broken down by excess, weak by
nature, or impaired ny sicsnett, in relaxed and unstrung
orgauiunon ia resiorea to lit pniune netun ana rigor
Qthert contcloni of Inability, from whatever cause,
will find McLean s Strengthening Cordial a thorough
regenerator of the tyitem; and til who may have injured
inemieivee oy improper inaoigenree, will nod In the Uor
dial a certain and tpeedy remedy.
To tUe Ladle.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
It a sovereign and speedy cure for
INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, WHITES
Olstrneted or Difficult Menitrnatlon, lneontlneno ol
Urine or Involuntary Discharge thereof, Falling of the
Womh, Giddiness, Fainting and all Dltsaee incident to
There Is no Mistake About It. .
Buffer no longer. Take it according to Dlreotioni. It
wiilttimulate, sirenglhen and Invigorate yon and cause
bloom oi neaitn to mount yourcneea again.
Bvery bottle It warranted to give tatlilactloa.
If yonr children art sickly, nun v. or afflicted. McLean 'a
Cordial will make them healthy, fat tnd robust. Delay
a moment, try it, ana you will M convinced.
IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
Oadtioi. Bewar of D rural! te or Dealers who nn
to palm npon yon tome Bitter or Banaparillatratb,
wnicnuieycon nuyeneap, by tayint it It jntt at food.
Avoid tucb men. Atklor McLean's BtrentthenlniOor-
and take nothing els It ia lb only remedy that
purify the blood thoroughly and at the tarn time
ttrengtnen tne tyttem.
une labletpoonful taken everv moraine, failing-, le a
preventive of Cholera, Cbillt and rever. Yellow
or any prevalent diaeatc. it it out no In lam
Price only BI per bottle, or bottles for 5.
' J.D. McLBAN,
Bole Proprietor of thie Cordial,
Alto McLean1! Volcanlo Oil Liniment.
Principal Dc not on tha corner of Third and Pine atrarta.
' McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
The best Liniment In the World. Tb only nfe and
certain cur for Oancers. Pile. Swelllnin and Bron
chitis, or Goitre, Faralytii, Neuralgia, Weakness of tht
Huacrea, vnronio or insammatory Rhenmatitm, Bun
nee of tbe Joint, contracted Mntcle or Ligament
Earache or Toothache. Bruise. Bortina, Wounds. Fresh
uicers, yever Boree, uaaed ureattt boreMpnics,
Burnt, Scalds, Bore Tboat, or any Inflammation or Pain,
difference how ecvere, or how long the diteuemay
McLean I celebrated Liniment It a osr
ThoBtandi of human being have been laved a lift of
decrepitude and misery by the use of this invaluable mod
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
relieve pain almost Instantaneously, and It wil
cieanta, purify and neal tne rouleet mm in an incredl
fer Uersos ctnsl Other Animals.
McLean l celebrated Llnhnent la Ibe only af and re-
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Splintt, Unnatural Bumnt. Nodetor Swellinc. It
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running Soret or Sweeny, It properly applied. For
Sprain, Bruises, Scratches. Bore or Wounds. Cracked
Chafe. Saddle or Collar Gall! It It an Infallible
remedy. Apply It at directed, and a cor la certain In
Then trifle no longer with the many worthiest Lini
offered to you. Obtain a sunr.lv of Dr. Melau'i
oeieoratea iiintment. It will cur you.
J. Ha JflcLKAN, Bole Proprietor,
Corner of Third tnd Pin Streets, St. Louia, Mo.
tale by all druggisti.
For tale by ROBERTS k SAMUEL,
augSS-dAwlj . Columbtu. Oblo,
CANADIAN ft UNITED STATES MAIL
TO AND I liOn
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the gieat ritk tnd delay of calling at 8t. John's
lasso w nastengsri are furnished with nn tiaaaasa
to and from Londonderry.
Rel urn tic t els granted at reduced rates.
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tbe WASHINGTON LINB Of BAILING PACKETS,
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Sight Drafts far and upwards pay
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' ' 8ASET. It 8ZABIX, Ssasral Sgesu,
to- J. R. ARMSTRONG.
nolO lydkw ' Statesman Offlca, Oolumbui, Ohio
WM, KNADE & CO.. '
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Offer for salt their celebrated -
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f, AND SQARE
. PIANO-FORTES. ,
Belna hllhlv recommended bv the first Pro feasors and
Musical Amatenrtct th ooootry, and. . , ..
rMornnuvuT ,i .-
- - WARRANTED FOR
, , r FIVE YEARS.
Tb most Suttdlout eattomer. may nit sdob belns
pleased In every respect. . ,
Terms unerai. n m , anim m uu,
8ELT2ER k WEBSTER, Agent, -l
eelSSilydw,. , - - Columbus, Ohio.
; ' 1 a.
nrns arBSCRiREKit. drai.ii.
at Staple) Article, will furnish employment to
raw bout men to aoi aftwra ror tawtr Inw. A
prtnrme win e ctrea 10 tnott wbo are well acquaint-
uie amines tor wnico iney apply...
lor which Mirloet thty are willing to pay a ml ry
$800 to $800 par year, and Kxpaassa.
tot rattawr partltnlhr addrtts . . ' -'- - ' "!
B.ORinorji at CO. '
.wi:.. j ,. , ; lands, Eichant Plaos,
JatSU dta. . . - - - yersryorty. W. it
TCLKttAN ' ri.AlMUa.ACIi. SIl.KSirOI
Street Baeqoet anS Manllael alto. HlcB Trtramla
andTattolstoatsttlLalr . -IN
A COiriDOUnd rn(lv. dpaivnr.,1 tn k. .. .
effectual AUtrotiv that can be made. It ia
a concentrated extract of Para 8arMparil!a,
so combined with other aulistaniva nf .tin
greater alterative power as to afford an effec-
uve annaoie wt tho diseases Stu-aaparflla is
reputed to cure. It it believed that such a
remedy Is wanted by those who suffer from
Strumous complaints, and that one which will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
mice to this large class of our afflicted fcllow
citiwms. How completely this compound will
ao it has been proven by experiment on many"
or the worst cases to be found of the followtaa-complaints:-
Scrofula and Scrofulous Complaints,
EBUPTIOXS AND EllCPTlVE DISEASES, ULCERS,
1impi.es. Ui.otchp.s, Tumors, Salt Rheum,
.scald Head, Syphilis awh Rvnurr .mn a .
FEOTioNs, Mbiicubiai Disease, DRopsr, Nhu
iialoia 011 T10 Douloureux, DniiaiTT, Dys
pepsia AND INDIOESTIOM. Ervi.t.. TJ..
on St. Anthoxy's Fiiie, and Indeed the whole .
class of complaints arisin from Inin
This compound will be found A
moter of health, when taken in the spring, to
expel the foul humors which fester in the
blood at that season of the year. By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
ore nipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by
tho aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through which the system will strive to
rid Itself or corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the natural channels of tho'body
by an alterative medicine. C1in. nut tha 1
vitiated blood whenever you Bad iu impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores ; cleanse it when yon find it is ob
structed and slumiiah in thn Vffina I flnan an la
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well : but with thi
pabulum of lifu disordered, thcro can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later soraethlntr
must CO WrOIlrr. and tlm n-rnnr mnnLlnmx. nt
life is disordered or overthrown.
barsnpanlla hat. and deserve mnr-h. fho
reputation of necomplithing these ends. But
the world hat been cgrcgiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not oil the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it.
contuiii but little of the virtuo of SarsapariUa,
or ony thing else. ; .
During Jute years the public have been mis
led Jy large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsanarilla for one dollar. Moat '
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only coulatu little, if nnr. ftaranna.
rilla, but often no curative properties whatev- '
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
hai fuilotred the use of tho various extracts of
Sarsnp.it illit which flood tho market, until tho
nam? itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we cull this compound SarsapariUa, and intend '
supply such a remedy as shall rescue tho
name ft om the load of obloquy which rests
uinu it. And wc think we have ground fcr
htlit-viiiy it has virtues which ore irresistible
the oriliunrr run of tho diseases it it intjnd-
to cure. Iu order to secure their eomnlpto
emihrrttion from the system, the remedy should
judiciously taken according to directions on
boille. , .
DR. J. C. A YE It & CO.
Pries, t) 1 per UottU Six Bottles for $5.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
won for iNe!f audi n renown fortlio cm oof
every variety of 'ihront nml Linig Complaint, tiiut
i entirely uimecessnry fur n to recount the -
evidence Of itt TirtllC-l. wllPrerpr it liua Imnn nm.
ployed. As it has lung been iit constant use
throughout this aevtion, wc need not do more titan
assure the people its rmnlity is kept up to tho best
ever hn liecn, ana tint it may bo relied on to
for their rclir-r ull it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR CURS OF
Coslivencsi, Jaundice, DiSjicptia, Ind'tgtsiioi,
Dyxidci ii, foul Siumaci, Jlrytijiehi, Headache,
Piles, Rheumalitin, Ernpliont anil Siia Ditcatcs,
Liver Coiiiplaitit, JJivjtsy, Teller, .Tumori and
Jlheitm, Worms, Coitt, Xcuratgia, as a
Dinner Pill, and for Vuvifyiiij the Blood.
They ore suunr-coated. io thiit tlie most annti.
can take them pleasantlv, and they are the
aperient in the world for nil the purpose of a
Price 25 cents per Box ; Fivo boxes for 1.00.
Great numbers of Clergymen, riivsicians.Stttos
men, and eminent ncraonnces. have lint thoir"
names to certify the tin paralleled usefulness of the
rameuies, out our space Hero will not pennit U10
insertion of them. The Airentt Ix-W nam.il fur.
uishRratiaourAMKitiCAX Almanac in which thsy
given ; with alto full descriptions of the nboi
complaint, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure;
Do not be Dllt Off br tinnrinrinlp-l rlanlnra wlii, -.
preparations they make mora profit en.
Demand Ater's. and tuka no othpra. Vim s-rii
the bett aid there is for thm, and they tiiou id 7
All our remedies are for sale by -ROBXRTS
k S.MnET ru,h.i,,. '
bv Drniritlitiand Dealcra tTCrywher.
eipeiierjetd Nartt and Female Physician, present
to the ttt
w iuq auvaiion 01 mowers, oer
SOOTHING 8 YKOP.
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING.
ftreatl faoilltatet the proeeat of teething-, br toft
enlnK the fromt, red lacing all mflammatloo trtl I allay
JrAlM aad tpatmodle acUoa, and la ; 1 ( if
SUNK TOHEGIILSTB THB aJOWiCI.). f
Depend upon It, mothers. 1 1 will (Ire rett te vaanerre 1
BELIEF AID EEAITH TO TOTJB nrunt
We have pat an and MM thi article for aver tea nan. ,
OAN BAY, IN OONriDKNOI AND THUTB, of it,
we have never been anl to aav of mr nthar nuult. ,
NKVIR BAR IT FAILED. IN A BINQL1 IN(-T.
ANOB, TO Kl-rKOT A OUKM. shea timely aavd. her
r did w know an lntUinot of dltaaUsfaction by any on
used lb Oo tli contrary, all are delighted with IU
operaUons, and tpaak In term of eommendatios of Its .
magical eseeis and medical Tirtuet. Wt tueakin ttile
matter "WHAT WB DO KNOW;" after ten yeart1 pe '
rienee.'AND PLKU01 OOR RBPUTAT10N FOR TI1B
IUL1LLMBNT Of WHAT WB HKRB DIOLARB. la
almott erery IniUnct where the Infant It tnfftrlnf from
anu exnauaiion. Teller will be round in Bitten or
twenty minutes aJter UwSrrae Mrtminbtar!. .
This valnable premratifta It Ih nreaerlotloa of oae a
moil BXraKIKNOKDaod BKILLFl'L NURrMS id
Bngland. and hat been nted with, NKVER fAII.-
It not only rellere the child from pals,, bat In Yip or- .1
the stomach and bowelt, eorrecuvaclillty, anil at
and enemy to the whole ayttcia. It will almost h.
Itantly relieve ti t
GH:F.BG DT TEX E0WAX8, ASD WIN u COllO '
OTercome eonralrlons, which. If sot speedily r.
end In death. We belieT It th BBS! and SUR
KUT RBMKDT IN THB WORLD, In all ewe of IJY8
KNTKHT and DIARRIIfXA IN CRILDRKU, w aether'
tritet from tetthinf , or from any other earn. We
woold tay to ertrjr mother wh hat a ehlld tafferln from
of th foretolrjr eompUtntt DO NOT l.KT VOI R
FRIJUDICBS NOR TUB PRBJUDIORSOS orilBRS
between yon and yonr tnfferinf chlM, aad h rs ,
uun win m buhs yea, ansoLUian sukh to
follow th as of thtemtdtotrr, w timely aatd. rail -rectlons
for sslnjr. will aeeompany earn holt!. No
Kitaineaniasatiwrae-ttmll tilalliasi sua INS,..
York, It on the ouuie wrapper.-
Bold b all Urarirlata LhraulMHit th World.
ifrlaclpaioiric, is Cstlar Btrwst N.V
ddtpp nut v ok rrv-ra tps tiriTTt
laivo Vlllil aw vaaav a w a aatt ivi laei
CITY fiiSS OF ' C0LimU3, '
mad In the th officer of thit Bank, January iwh,
11, to wit: Wa. A. Putt, Prealdent, and Taoaut
Moodib, Oaahltr, retlfned their office. Davis Tavaoa,
two., wa then elected rreddewl and Wh. a. PLarr w
polnled Otthier. . .
,,n-nia ui Dv.111 ui airrcuire.
tebi, WSI-dtf. - - W. A. PL ATT, Oaahier. .
BENBt KIEIILEU, , ' )
flat of Ptelon Ittabllahmant, T. T.,) PioprleloT
th New York faahioaabl Soaring, llalr Ontnns
Bhanipoontnl, Curling and Dreanut oaloo Knat Dial:
atreet, ever Ih Poet Olfiea, where eallaNcllo win
be ylnla Itt all ths waiioa branch. Larite and
Children' Hair Dressing don In the bett ttyl.
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