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EVENING, APRIL 4, 18C1
THURSDAY
LOCAL MATTERS.
'ITia'Arliime V.rnrtMM GomWDT BlaOeS US dailj
under obligatiotiB to It for the very latest papers
?.lro the eastern dties.- i i ? ,'
" The' WcIii Express Company' 'fcaow
thanks for ita dHy , In hPe ofth
very latest eastern papers. - ,
Notice to Boicmi!tM.-Clty subscribers
v.. rw.. AaMman. who may change their
dwelliogs or plscss of business at thtt season
ol the year, are requested to boiiiv our camera,
or leave word at our conntingr-oomt of the
plaoes at which they , wish their papen left
thereafter. ' ' : -! ?' ,
m 'itn i
OrfioiAL Asitract op the City and Town
Elections, hild Monday, April 1,1861i
-Wasps.
Cd, M. 4th. 5th.
, ; . . OaXDIPATIS
lit.
Total.
, 1,586
1,533
.... , Mayor,
Q7H Thna fl'.i
ISO
93)
185
340
311
353
546
257 '
Lorenzo cogllili Ji"
JiirsAaf. ...
Samuel Thompson.
' Joho Whtltell
.363
.341
187
848
191
S47
'158
873
175
S5
K57
867
319
337
633
171
'. 1,788
1,357
Treaturtr.'
Waist ln Filling..."
William Armstrong
..341
..305
..338
..3oa
161
3S5
303
371
563
K44
1,559
ISIS
Wer.
J. J. Fnnttoo......
Babsrt Hum ,
. Solicitor.
Praoclt Collins. ...
James A. Wlloox...
169
301
336
339
336
338
371
34
301
639
170
633
1J7
656
(WO
147
149
1.C31
1.505
.305
.381
193
Kid
1.644
1,440
School DlrectorB.
Otto Drenel 38
Sterling loving. 345
John 'Nobis 876
John Grelnsr 31J
142
m
t3
31)
167
S30
330
300
1.601
1,776
1,451
1.344
, CouiicUmen. ,
Firtt Ward-Prank Howard.
. i 'i .. I L.L.Smith....
.............335
367
: 147
Stooiti ,
8. 8. Blckley..'...
Lutber Donaldson.
Joalah Barber.'....
978
Third "
345
.............363
A. 0. Blair,
fourth
Bone Wilton... 341
V.S.Seltssr 333
lifth
JimM n. Steering..'.. ........ 433
Morrlti Becker...-...! 307
MONTGOMERY TOWNSHIP.
-Werdt-
Tp. Total,
OAWDIDATki
Ales, Uooberry.
Int. 3d. 3d. 4th. 5th.
,.324 187 330 310 576
S99
943
213
165
' 151
101
309
161
' 35!
115
318
307
315 .
155
151
136
1.803
llaslMver.
,?S6 Ki9 813 378 079
8,109
1,843
1,728
1,511
1,308
John M.K(B-ner.. 334 169 lbO 3S4 603
Adam Btrpbmi...3tM) 840 3t 376 330
ObrltsEllrhlie..34 35 1 331 SK3 99
). O. Diemer W 309 304 333
Tmuurtr.
Ihw H. Harrow. .394 158 153 300
Wm. McDonald.. .407 275 3U7 347
Otrk. ' v
A. O.KlDK 338 186 338 313
Gamaliel Houtt....35i' 341 SW 341
Gonatabtea.
113
573
S7
1.685
. 1.784
1,9-20
1,536
1,839
1.810
1,657
1,690
1,787
1,398
...339
,..340
605
It
Walter L. Turner. 3M 311 944 304
510
J. P. Bemar 308 156 154 314 671
Joho Brown 333 163 158 863 587
Joiiahfl.lIoU....370 853 339 374
Junta Taylor 379 867 343 31
Daniel Morrii 350 338 89J 879
JLtttatort.
Firtt WorAh. Cheers ......
B. Jobnaon
190
954
103
Stconi
H. Miller.. i..
1) altebell...
i, lelby
3. Oabriel....
,..179
...848
Third
...980 1
..2i9
...3341
fourth " J. Weaver.,
' ' 1. bitter..
...3031
Fifth
W.Belllger.
;.
William Knox
N. Merlon
Total vote ..709 439 534 673 811
3 IBS I
Fist- at thi Pin:tntiay;-A lira broke out
. . . ,
it inn iraiiMHfti;, 1
A 1 f f.. It... A w. At Cn. Itiv. I
Ins caught In lsrea mass of lumber boards,
.... ...
cr.ir.. It was almost lmDOSSlble 10 CXIID-I
eulsh it without removing the entire mass
Thnnnh aiikttiAil In ih .ft-rnonn. the fire broke
. UVUU .MVWMWW .H .
out again tn the evening, and the firemen were
engaged nearly all last night In their efforts to
extinguish It. Tbe loss sustained la not large,
probably amounting to five or six hundred dol
lars. But Messrs. Uau., A rats & Co. have un
fortunately met with several similar losses from
that same dry.house. i..
PaosATi Coost Jososs. The following la the
panel of the Jurors for the Criminal Ttrm of the
Probate Court of this county, for May, 1861 1
Cvrus Eberly, Columbus; Daniel W.Dryden,
do j J.Dalton.do.; Thomas Walker, do.; John
Noble, do ; B. M. Cryder, Montgomery town-
ahip; E. C. Green, Twro; Asa Davis, Norwich;
ii, u.v.vim.i... ,
Frank Riley, Washington; Wm. H. fclilott.i
Prairte; Ruaaell Demarest. Franklin; Kelilal
t. nit nr..Li.... u t: 1 1 its
Sillee, Madison.' V
AOmTTED TO TUB HAS. It r. naiswanuka,
Esq , the present efficient and gentlemanly Clark
of the Probate Court of this county, was, on
Tuesday last, the 2i Inst., admitted by the Su
treme Court to praotioe as aa Attorney or
CnnnMllor at Lew In the State of Ohio. . We
congratulate Mr. Nxhwindib upon his admis
sion to tbe Bar, and from bis energy and perse
verance, anticipate the most successful results.
tt-T There were thirty-six marriage licenses
Issued in Muskingum - county daring March,
J 861 three less than were Issued In this coun
4y in the same month.' . : ! . i
irrWa rnnPTitulate our readers upon the
discovery of a cure for Rheumatism, Gout and
rnp HnAlimttlSm. UDOb SUUI
m " ...7 n, Mnh
Neuralgia, and all
'
it effected without the use of internal mediblnes,
'-which destroy the constitution and give tempo-
awry relief only. In fact it is the only known
roenedy effecting a perfect cure, and we feel
Warranted, from Ita recommendations, in calling
the attention of the afflicted and those having
friends suffering from Rheumatism, Gout or
Neuralgia, or the pernicious effects of Mercury,
to the advertisement in another column of our
naner. of Dr. Leland'r Anti-Rheumatic Band,
Paor. Wood's RraToaATivE Coadial and Blood
RgNOVAToa is, without doubt, the best tonlo Cor
dial in the world. To those who are suffering froa
General Debility w would recommend Its nse,
' . , , . , , ' 4 At, - ..... .1 I. .Ip.nfvth.
lOrWntie HlBpietUMSUwluw ,.-, .i .
nlno- to the svstem.' Slid Will tX00CS tend M
0 " T . .'. . a t 1
remov. .11 impu, tie. of tha Wood, , na .raoi-
oata ail tracea vi uinoouo- a " -
.ths weakest Btomscn, WOlie luurwin iwu '"
.!. . , , u. ...! L. w..ons
'i Will at onoeieei ivbuiiuub
oonlldeht thai after using one bottle of thli Cor-
..
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New
York Leader.
The Late Fiaa Onr Furniture Manufaoto
r. which waa deatrmdd on SatnrdaVL the 23d
lost., was insnred for $3,000 in the Hartford Fire
Insurance Company, which aunt bas been paid
In full this day by tha Agent, H. R. Beeson,
En. ' ' '" ' ? a-. ,
The oromptness aad liberality with which this
' .Company adjusts its losses, commend It to the
' patronage of the eitixens of Columbus and vl-
r-initv. and we recommend those who desire,
' ass of Ion, to bave their claims speedily ad
lnatl and nromntlv Dtid. to call on II. R. Bee-
mi, Eiq., tha Agent of tha Company, In
r Johnson Building, and obtain a ponov. y
;
liKU l nt.KL.lW, tlAAllU Oi-t-U.!
Colurkhns.' O. Maroh 37th. 1861. dlw.l
ir R. KisKrATRtosi, No 165 South High
Street, bts a verv choice aaeortment of Gold
!, Silver Watches, fine Jewelry, Clocks, Silver
X ii.i 'a nr.-.' .s ..tA tn ilc tha tlanaa.
' "P'---
' -"o .' ' , ' . ii,:,r.liA''
J?,?JV???0L' KuX,tt
AMir amt'bVIWYVi 1H aatVWiVf w. -
Arrivals and Departures of Mails.
Arrivals and Departures of Mails. DEPARTURES.
to
-ship
' Malla for New Tor City, Boetoa, Alb) nr. Buffalo,
Pittsburgh, KteabenTille way, Olereland, ianerrllle,
Newark, OrmnTtlls, WMhlngton Olty, BalUaora, Phila
delphia and New Orleans, sloes daily (Bandiijra azoepV
ed) at 7 o'clock a. m.
A through aomll for New York sad Olerslsad elsses
osnjr (Bandars eaoepieaj i s eloek p. a.
CO. O.K. B. war AUil closes dalb (BandayfeX'
SSDted) at 1 o'clock d. m. s
Oentral Ohio Waj kali eloass dally (8andaf sxeepted)
at 1 o'clock p. a. ......
etocinnaU way Hall elosM dally (Bondaja excepted) at
1 o'clock p. m.
Gbloaro. Dnhanaa: Delawais. Marloa and Worthlns
ton Mail closes daUr (Bun days excepted) at 1 o'clock
p.m.
sum for xenla. BDnnrBeio. puton, Toledo, Ulncln
oati. Indlananolia. Loourrllls. Bt. Looia. and Detroit
closes aaiiy (aanaajs euepieaj ai in p. m.
A through mail to Xsnbt, Springfield and Cincinnati
cloaes dull (Sundays exeepted) at 1 o'clock p. in.
Urbane, Plqna, Tiffin and Union Olty mall oloses daily
IBoaoays exseptea; at o cicox p. a. "
Uu.. . . fel.lu.Min. r, ; , hi 1 1 1 ,
. I.M.,.1 WUIMl, WU T 1 1 ID. ujniMTIlMi VU1I1IDVU1B.
PoHamoatb, Waehlnglon, 0. 11., Alliens, Uarietta and
uiiianoroain. Balls elose dally (Bandars sxeeoted) at7K
o 'dock p. a.
Beat wav Mall bv National Hoed to Zanenllla. AlnaM
vmiif (onnaays excepiea;ai no oiocx a. a. -Harriiburgh
Malb) clots daily (dundayt sxeepted) at 1
v viuva ut ills
Alt. Vernon Hall, b war of Weatenllle and lunhnrr.
Oloael dally (Sundays sxeepted) st 1 o'clock p. a.
voDitn nail closes aatiytanndays xeeptedat l o'clock
. m.
ARRIVALS.
l.n. I w r . . ... i n,n. ... ., ...
miu iruin new lora, xweion, rwuuicipuw, Aioany,
riiutmren. uiereland. Davlon. Tontdo. lenuu uetnlt.
Springfield, OInclunati, Ohllllooths, St. Louis, and all
Southern cities, arrive between the hours of 9 o clock p
a. and 4 o'clock a. a.
Mailt from Indianapolis, Chicago and Dubuque, arrive
at :w a. m
Mails from Washlnaton Cltv. Baltimore. Wheeling
Zaneaville, Newark, Buubenville, Ht. Vernon, and the
U . u. u. A. way Aiati, arrive at o'clock p.m.
Way Mail from Cincinnati, arrives at X o'olock p. m.
Lancatter Mall arrives at 3H o'clock p.m.
Bait War Mail ovar the National Bead, arrives al 11
o clock a. m.
Mt. Vernon way Mall arrives at 11 :00 a. m.
, Mall from Dublin arrives at 9 o'clock p. m.
, Urbaria Wav Mail arrives at 8 o'clock D. m
narriabargh Mall arrivee at 11 o'clock a, m
uuice deiii
7W o'olock a
t . 7 "fj. . ' r-r- -
to V O'clock p. m. upon on puouaya
r
JOSEPH DOWDALL, P. M.
Rail Road Time Table.
Lima Miami a Osldhsus a Xoua B B.
lieaves. ,
Accommodation 6.10 A. M.
No. SBx 3.30P.M.
Night Bxpress 8.45 A.M.
Arrives.
9.15 P. M.
3 30P.M.
8.45 A. M.
OuvsLam, Colom snt a Ciwtimxati B. B.
Bxpren and Mail 3.00 P. M.
Night Bxpress 3:25 A. M.
1.40 P. M.
1:40 A. M.
OnrnuLOBio B. B. ' '''
Bxpreta Train 9.00 K. M
Mall Train 8.40 P. M.
8 30 A.M.
8 80P. M.
Pirnsuaaa, OoLoaaos a Omcumi-n B. B
Bxpress Train 3:00 A. M
8.30 P.M.
8:30 P.M.
Mail Train 8.40 P.M.
Ooiomoi a Ikdiakipoui B. B.
Oolumbut, Piqua Indiana B. B.J 1
Bxpress Train 8:10 A.M.
Bxpren Train 8:45 P. M,
U:10A.M.
8:10 P.M.
...IliiKU PHSVIlUlHIUIIiei WW., ..... ww-.M
Goon -Wa met one of our friends vesterdav
on Broadway,, nd were astonished at the change
in his appearance. A rew weeu ago we saw I
him ha was title lean and delected-comnlaln-1
'IxS
rffi i.71i .n h7:-hTfkY
.."i"."" -rr -
healtbv and strong. We learn he owed his res
toration entirely to MoLiaM't Stsimothsnino
Cokoul.
all who are complaining of Gen
rto try it; it is certainly a very
We advise
eral Debilitv
pleasant remedy. We learn that there are large
quantiues of It selling dally .-Aformno HtrM
pleasant remedy. We learn that there are large
W a lAnatwi lhat thai at pas lsatrpdt I
' r , ' ,, . I
Cooohs. The sudden oh acres or onr ciimat i
are sources of Pulmonary, Bronchial and Aath-
matla Affections. Exnerlence havins? Droved I
----- r "..1 ,
uia Biupiv reuemaa uiwu -
certainly, when taken In the early stages of the
uiBeaae, recoursa euoum a uuco vo uau w
"Breten's Brsaeaial TVoeAst," or Lozenges, let
too iOia. ivouith, or irritation 01 tne inroaioeis.
73larersoslieht. as bv tbls precaution more se-
rious attack may beeffectoeily warded off.-
88irubllo SDeaKersana smcers win nna mem et-1
f 1 l ! .A ....-thoIn. .
UTUVUi lUr VICIUIUK Skuva aiwi ua.suvuiua ayaava I
, n . 17 - - I l l 1 I
voice. Dee aavertisemeni. ror ...w wau.wa.,
V Robjatj & Samusl, No. 84 North
man street.
W Know ho othia Way. By which you can
Ik. Mnwln.ul ,t fr flitMnu.'. R.lm .iIlnAall
" "",""v" " -- -y -r 1
lively perform what we say It will, than for you
to make on application, of it- i '1
moo
I
rGTJIinNSBY'S BALM!
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I
1 ry msrs, one mmi n, m mar sou, on wu,
two Ahorse wsg'a. three sew double harness, seven
I
In
the
and
hUd, byfj. 1. SEYMOUR CO., 107 K ., M.
' aka IVs sent fre by poet. '
f0B SALB AT ALX, D.uaTlSrS.
FIRST.
OPENmC OF THE SEASON
01
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
A.T P. EOSE'S.
I AGAIN OFFER TO THE PUBLIC
"an entire new stock of Oooda In my line. Jutt purch
ased In New York at thacbeapeet panic ratee.ail oi wnica
I thai I aell at the tmallett pronis, lor uaan. ay euarom
an and frltnda are retoscthillv Invited to call and exam-
in. mv Aooda and Prices, as I am determined to Nil as
cheap or cheaper than any other house in thsslty;and
all do my own uuwng, ana tupenunuu mj own nn.
nets, I feel aaiured.from my long experlenos Inbutlr
I ,m. taa-lva aeneral sat tfactlon. Tbe finest of work-
I . - . . . . . . , .
I men are employed, ana an worx uone linen j w umw sua
on short notice, and warranted to fit. Strangers visiting
our city would eontult their intsrett by giving ms a calf
before purcoaauig euewaere. r. nvu,
aarchto-dly
Cor. High and Town its.
REMOVAL.
0. Doylo srJ Oo.
TTAVE BElHOvED XII K I It ojiiie
XX U
tha Bonut-wsst comer mt High sad Irieod
tlnsts,
"UP STAIRS "
And will continue to keep on hands a large stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ths attention of Merchants and Dealers Is retpectfuf
ly Invited to oar stock. - , ; i B. VVXUU a uo.
aarchi:atiiguiyji.
TRAVELLERS!
- . . . , i
WBEH 'u ' VV0S-aTiAN MOSE,
I " '
BROADWAY, C0BNBB Of HOUSTON ITEBT,
. OondactedsB lb " ,
EUROPEAN PLAN
Good f are.Oood Room t, Pro sip t AUendance, and Hod-
Oaargst
1 1
IIhQII BOOMS 50 CT8. 75 OTS. and 1 PBB DAT.
D0UBLB BOOMS and PARLORS 1,50 to 3.
of ths best hotels, a most oentral location, and tt heated
throughout by steam. , ;-r, lAaiiius.ss,
narch0d3m
- - . rniii na mr. i
i . i I S
A i iU
Sheriff's Bale.
Cornelius Jacobs
vs. '
i Common Pleas.
w. r. auier eiai. i
I tt
I XJ tO
YIRTIIK OP A WRIT OF FI. FA.
ms directed, from tb Curt or uemmoa rioss
Wn-nin Oarnntl. Ohio.
I will onsr ror taie,on ins
I fam 00000104 by W. P. J. B. Miller, . la Jackson
I TAfanahln. an . . .
a ftf Kim:
I . ...i.vn .iibUM..U. a--.ii- n
1 head of hogs, and ths undivided one-hall mtei-ea! in
reaping machina, levied ea as ths property of W. P.J
. . . 'J a. 'w. rrrrrrUA-k.rfir !
1, . i-A .. ... . 1 it n m.
' snrll 4-10td.
. fg aAUe ATAtf t irTyniai 1
. . I " I ' ,.
. . . . . r rn '
rnnier s ises, ,," .
Eaployment
1 . .1 ' ( (
' sn v
I A staple Article, will furnish smpioymeni
a raw sottve men to act as agents for their bouse. A
preferenos will be given to those who are well acquaint-
in ih. a I. trio t for which tbcv anolv. - ' 1
for which service we j are wining to pay a stmrr
al tress ' " ., - c
1600 to $800 per year, aad SipsnsH,
for rarUitr particulars address , ,
W.'B. MORsuiuuBa a vv. ,
':'"' " 7 i .' SaneS, Bscbsnse naee,
JaMaa;,''.,t -V ' ' " JerstrlOlty.lf.
AST1BT18XHINT. .. ' !
" autsj
lot the IHBtAHT BBLIBf
sad PERMANENT OUU of th
eUstrealnf eosipUlsl ass
BBOJICniAL CiaASKTTES,
, BtajS nSTWiytl
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a
to
TELEGRAPHIC!
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
The BeMlcna CempletelT Bawled
la Httada . - Aha Crlale at
tjaariastaa Dial. AUtrin'i Pravl-
lane Mapped ETerwthlaa; Keadr
far HaetsllUea The Caafederat
sjaaetltatiatt ttatilled ay Bantu
(Jariliaa-Henstea lajaaveti In Tex
as Pratrreae af secesslaa la Viral.
1 a I a T lie Admlaistratlen CJaaalder-lag-
iriexlcaa Affairs If elura ml
Capt. rax tram t art Sumter Hepab
llcaa special Messenjrer Tarred and
s-'eataered Sfatrltlwe a) I are case in
Chicsae, Great Excltcnieat, and R.
H. Train t ired at-It. H. Accldeat
near Plttaburwh, Several Peraaae
liifured, and malls badly Damifed
Detaaorat Elected ta Cans; rasa
inn sua taunts sjisirici ai tia.
nectlcnt A Trace" Between tba
Gaveraaaeat and tna Ooafederata
states President Davla la laaua
liettere af marque, la case Ordera
ba laanad tm ttlacltada Ssatbern
parte and Callect Keveana-Tne Be-
'mwSSC rnd :;i.d-App." -"?.-
Daata
al JTadee JtlcLaan dee., dec,
Ace.
Death of Judge McLean.
CwomiiATi, April 4 Judge McLean, of the
Uniled States Supreme Court, died tbls morn
From Washington.
Anthm.. m;i,..,i.. v.m. v r. rv..
Washington, April 3. The President an
pointed Charles Gibson, of Miss., Solicitor of
the Court ot Claims; James E. McPhereon.
Assistant. Solioitor.
The Administration ia esneoiallv conaldulno -
mexican anaira, looaung to an immediate
treaty
The Spanish fleet la not to tro to the
Calf of Mexico till further orders from Madrid
It is ascertained that the rrenoh oonsuls In
r i. a o,., i ,
uff vvuimmw nwm uevo rcuoivea lUBbruo
uona aireei irom r rtDce.re atlTO to facll tat on
, the Sou(hetn ,,,,,, wU'h pS
persons here are satisfied that the
of the English and French .fleets are for obser-
vbiiuu oi ounuiaru eveuw.
Wm. Caddy has been appointed Surveyor
General for Illinois and Missouri
Washington, April 3. Minister Corwin has
been tendered the sloop-of-war Cumberland,
now fitting out at Norfolk, or the Powhattan.to
take mm to mexico. itisexDeotedthathnw ill
leavs on the 15th.
Sir Charles Wvck, British Minister, will ar
rive in Mexico about the first of May.
- The Secretary of tba Treasury has concluded
to Issue treasury notes for the remalnlmr 50.
uuu.uuu,
Mr. Clay was, on Mondav. disconnected from
the Peruvian Ministership. The Government
evidently disapproves of the course of the pre-
lcu,"s uiiuio.iuu wuiuu auepenuea oipio-
matin vainltnna rnt auan tha Iba Mnnn.l rni..
ZTr' x "? " i . -?""'VV. u"
dVy-m "'"" "U
The continued neaance f Miin, Hon iif
n , Jon"?l?'a te8nce ot Major Hen Mc-
Cu loch In Richmond, Va, viewed in oonnectlon
" ?r Mce"on there,
ineimn inai., excites much Interest in
Washington, especially In Army oirolea.. ,
Alexander a. ratterson has been appointed
Eto&'SSS
Yrd; Clinton C Hutchinson. Aren fo, thi
rm . w, .. ... . - ! Z " I
Sm and Fox iDdiani.Wm. H. BigleSw.Reglster,
md Jamea P Eddle Reoelve. Bat s 0. cu,
J y- fln O t i ws
tana umce; inariea a. Kicnaroa Keeister, and
r.h.ri
p.-nbc-,., D.-ia....n j n n d.'
. 0...-.11 i..r. 1 ..'0 . 'j
vbiio wuuun uiuui, 11ni, oMiwuri vouer-
8U, KegUter, and John U. Weeks, Reee ver, at
poti De,moines, Iowa..
nn. niinni. ' ' v'
., Washinoton, April 4th .Cart. Barrv'scom-
.. r ..,m. i.r, v,... . a.- r. m.v..l
V """Z'J 1 ur ai w lri.
H (wirrl V.1 Irt Mil a afiantau -n.Al k.a U
awaa -.a w ww miuvUiMH vUKBKCU UT IUC VUT
arnm.nt. weDt i q.. hll; ,nr .u..
pBrDMe wai not known
Capt. Gorgias, who receatlv realened In the
Army, has Undered bis services to the Confed-
erate States. Ha is a native of P.nnavi.ani.
waa formerly In command oi the Charleston
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Arsenal.
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:yoas:,, April 3 The Commera'ars
Washington dispatch states that a meeting of
.1 rt . i" t. i a b a i r-
If .Vff"!!? 1.? .!.orl ? w5
uuuir euuimuueu uiia muruiDK. tBDt. roi
h.a -lH frnm Rnml... Tt i. l,onM tk. I
oonsultation Is in reference to reinfotclng Maj,
nuucrauu, lucre u wusiueraoie excuement I
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A special messenger on the Alexandria end
OaaffftT r. R. ha h.iin trrA .a f.K.d k
cause he was a Republican
New York, April 3. A special dispatch
from Charleston to tbeDdy-BooA sayr,the oriels
has at last arrived. Provisions to Major An
derson were stopped to day. Gen. Beauregard
is now inspecting the rorimeatlons, and orders
from Montgomery for tile commencement of
hostilities are hourly expected. The prepara
tions are all complete.
New York, April 4th. Tbe TViokr says
that Mr. Fogg, of New Hampshire, has resign
ed the mission to Switzerland.
The JYtiane's Montgomery dispatch says:
Should orders be Issued to blockade tbe South
ern ports and collect revenue there, Davis will
issue letters oi marque ana cover tne sea with
privateers. '. .
. The HtraW Washington dispatoh reports
Okaafc lnatnt tnnsj tiaWaa KAaAtr frl eA.ri ti Iiamsib rxf
aiea iHassawitwaa swv ar,aa vu asviuo wa
Departmenlinot to hold official communication
vfl.u Hi. rtmLg " - -d
Commanders Stringbam and Case have
been ordered to Boston, to take command of tbe
frigate Minnesota, which is to proceed to the
mouth or the Mississippi. The ferry and row-
hattanlhave been also ordered there. Other
naval vessels are under orders, no doubt, and
all looks to collecting revenue from shipboard
she Wer'a's Washington dispatch says:
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uioui-mau(viiiuiau, imm . rv a iekvus, nun
that place as reinforced, and now able to hold
out for some time.
Mr. Blaladell arrived from Texas tn.dav.
bringing $9,000, which the secessionists failed
nt hnM lif at Cilrsstnn.. II- r.nnrfa that I
w S U" vi vm, tvii' WW
Pop! not been faltl, heard, and are
dim noted with tha revolnt on.
disgusted with tbe revolution
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Railroad Accident—Persons Injured—Mails
Damaged.
PrrrtBOBOH. Aorll 3 The mail train due
from Philadelphia at 1 r. M .to day, was thrown
from the trsek near Wall's Station, bout 13
miles from tblsfclty, by tha breaking of an
ttle. The forward par went down an emoang
I meut of about fifteen feet, the others running
on tne traoa. - aooui ou puaiengera were ou tue
train, but no one waa seriously Inured. The
following were slightly Injured! Mr. Dobbs,
dasuerreotvolst. of Pittsborih: E. Caroenter,
Drover, of Holmes Co., Ohio; F. Mallory, of
Hollldsysbnrg, Pa., and J. Simmons, uspress
Agent, of Philadelphia. TRey will be able to
leave to-morrow for the plaoes or their desti
nawuu. , if g , , . . , - -i
The malts' oaught fire from tbe upsetting of a
stove, aid the eon tents of several pouches were
badly damaged or destroyed. The Washington
letter man ascanea, tne now x org . ana ,ruut
delphla slightly damaged.tbeBaltlmore and Har
risburg considerably i damaged, and the way
. d;,;u' , " 1 n..j.u .1
I mail between Pttttburgh and Hsrrisburg al
I mOBl entirely destrovea
Fugitive Slave Case in Chicago—Train Fired at.
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Cbtoaoo, April 3. A . oolored man named
Harris, bis wife and two children, were arrest
ed this morning on a warrant issued by spe
olal U. 8. Commissioner Cornuo,and sent by
special train to 8prtogfleid, where they win be
examined to-morrow. 1 be man tt claimed by
Mr. Patterson, cf St, Louis coonty, Mo., and the
avoman and nhlldran bv Mr. Vail, ot tha aame
county, from whence they escaped hree weeks
since.
As it was almost entirely unknown that war
rants were issued, thev were executed with lit
lis diUicultv. After tbe affair Became tnown,
most intense excitement prevailed among tne
w . .am .
oolored Dortlon of the community. . Large ncm
beta gathered at tha deoot at the time the regu
lar momtoK train leit. suDDOStng toe lugitives
to bs aboard. On or two shots were fired at
the train. - Beyond this there waa no disturb
ance. . .SOIIYI.'I ;s'
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Galveston, Texas, April 3. Houtton sent
tnaaaiM ta tha Lsirlalatura. nroteetlnc aealnst
tha action of the Convention, and appealing
I ,.owo.n.''., i.L .,.i"l.r,n
tbS WglSiawrew tUBiaiu nim, Cia.u.,uB nu.
no uOTVQor, , mt ajwsjiwatuiv "v
1 slightest notice of it. -
Additional Foreign News.
Niw: Yok, April 3. Enolind In Pirlia
. - m m . ,, . . . ...
moat Bar. u, corieacue expiauea mat tne pros
eot oonventlon between England and France
peotlng the New Foundland Fisbetieo,
regulated toe machinery unaer existing treaties,
and as It did not affect the rights of New Found-
land, it would not be laid before that legisla
ture. 1 1 1 ' i ' 1 '.'n
Lord Wodnhouaa alio explained the terms
the new convention with Mexico, by which oer
tain ouatome and duties are appropriated
British bond-bolder. . '
Lord John RuaaeH promiaed to produce the
correspondence with the American Government,
relauve to the lugltlve nave Anaeraoo.
Lord W. Orabam aaked whether explanations
had been demanded from Prance relative to as
slstance rendered by the French Minister In lb
aecaDe of Miramon from Mexico. - -
Lord John RuaaeH admitted that Miramon
had violated international laws, but tald, In the
I Absence of official dlspstohes.theFrenoh Govern
rnunt had nnt huan annllad to 00 the Subject.
Faamcs The Bank of France, onthe2Ut
"duced It rat. of discount from .it to tire
ner esnt.
In the Corns Leclslatif, M. Jules Fabre had
moved his amendment to the address requeaitoK
1 the withdrawal of the rrenon troops from Kome.
H" strongly urged the njsosBlty for tucb s pro
ceeding, and asserted that the maintenance of
the butes would be impossioie. "
Tba amendment was then rejected 246 to S.
The entire address was finally sgreed to by a
vote of 213 to 13. '
Aa for recallinir the P ranch troops In Kome
it was generally reported In fans that lU.UUU
men were abont to b sent out nominally to re
inforce the garrison there, but, really to make a
Jumni.uilnii tn that of Austria on tba
Po
Italy tThe new Ministry is not ypt announ
ced. Rumor gives the following combination:
Cavonr. President of the Council and Miniater
of Foreign Afftlrs and Marine; raull, Minuter
of War ' 1 ' 1
London. Oo Friday the funds exhibited
irra.t Hiillnsae. hut nuntatious are ateadv In the
A onrA ilemanrl fur monev
has been exhibited since the reduction of the
hunk- mln mum tn 7 ner cent. (Jo Id continued
to flow into the Bink, and there were antlolpi
tions of a further reduction of the bank mini
LATEST.
Paris. March 23. The Paris papers of to day
publish a telegram dated the SOtb Inst., stating
that ' the Porte has consented to a prolongation
of the ooaunatlon of Svria.
Tba International commanoer at ueirut naa
- . lit M
demanded the prompt execution or the con
demned Druses .
Additional Foreign Hews by the Kangaroo
Tbe orMt Eastern sails for New York, May
. she roes to Liverpool for cargo
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The American snips, J uniata.ior Boston, ano
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Fr ' . ir. j r , ;j.
njat4 immediately foundered. Capt. Wilson,
the chief mate, an'd carpenter, and 10, men were
drowned. The second mate and remainder of
.v.-k. h Tn.nV. Fiah.-bih
r.trnad to Uverooot. . , . .
. in.... n nmtnn ahlna mm Amur lea had
At'
risk of "Pture-
from 3U to bus , inoluding
Speolal dUpatch to the New York Herald
Niw Oslians. Aorll 3 The report that the
Brooklyn bad reinforced Fort Pickens by landing
troops is incorrect. Supplies onl.v were landed.
The nresent attitude of the Government at
Washington Is regarded as a trace, any viola
tion of which would cause immediate hostilities.
The tariff of tbe Confederate States on North
ern mannfactures Is already found to be incon
veniently high by southern merchants, ana it
will be reduoea at the next congress. i
Rhode Island Election.—Republicans Completely
Defeated.
Pbovidincs. R-1 . April 3 Tbe election to
day resulted tn the defeat of the Republicans.
t S II . t ff
Gov. 8pragne is elected by a large . majority.
The Legislature is or tbe same pomicai enar.
acter. Sheffield and Brown are elected to Con.
grass over the late Republican members
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Richmond, April X Mayo was elected May
or.by 1,000 majority, over Mills, Unionist.
The State Convention re-assemwea to oay ;
Mr. Scott made a Isneeoh expressing the at
ter hopelessness of tbe North giving sufficient
guarantees to the South.
"iu. oii i
immediate secces-
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iHAaLESTon, April a utvuuvcuiiw ,um
on?fhnn.dl,red;d ,!pB.Tl!
raUfy the Constitution of the Confederate
States.
Haatford. AdnI 3. Wm. Woodruff, . Demo
crat, is elected to Congress from the 4-h Die
trict by 80 majority. ,
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Pcnsacola. Fla.. April 3 Capt. Berryman,
commanding tbe Wyandotte, died yesterday, of
brain rover, t : , i -i . . , , -si
Ireih and New Stylet, at about half their former prices-
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WALL PAPERS!
BEAIJTIBTJLi,
. . . . . M-ar-aw a uT-a'trr Wa-r, a
ANI) CUKA f Kit TUAIM Hi V 4iK I
rttH SPRING STOCK IS TJNTJSUALr-
J ly Urge and wall assorted . The very latest pattsrns
from AME&IQAn, SNULIBU and rrucxeti ractones.
GOLD PAPERS AND BORDERS. 1
M 1.IJ n a.tlla. IA. l.,l M n..
nanosoae w r... " i--
jn formerly Sold IrOffl f 1 VU 10 VX . .
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GOLD AND VELVET BORDERS)
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sixas.sKMwivis nrnaRiTinmi .
for Channel, Halls, Parlors and Ceilings, -
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.J. J...-.'..anAUn'n.Ua
9IVaUniiii -
AH entirely newasdipltndld patterns, very cheap-
GOLD AND PAINTED SHADES
Of the latest and rkhttt detlgns, from 37a. to 13.50 etch
GOLD WINDOW CORNICES,
5
And Curtain Bands, froa 85j. to t5
RUFF,
BLCE
HOLLANDS,
All widths aad prioet, and warranted tha but qaallty.
WINDOW FIXTCRES, all kind.
COUD AND TASSELS,.
AlltartstlM.ehesp. ' ,.' , v
BEACTirTJIi PICTCHES V FRABIES
To match for ths decoration of your Roomi
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Call and txWtn our Stock before purchasing.
RANDALL a AblUW,
100 so-utu. nieixat.
COLUMBUO; O.VI!
M. B.atadiordi4 prtoo wUhlo quantUic
Paper will make money by bujlog; ot ut. Country
Merehsht and persons from abroad will d well to
and aesns.' L apill 1-dxmeod i, i ',' "j, ',; t.'at A.
h , . 1 ' ' . it ! 1 .
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TTATINO THIS Dili -SOLD- OUtS
JJ. Stock of Qroeorle to Mr. O. 8. DKMINO, ws cheer
fully neomaead htm to our eia patrons ana rrierot. (
. iiiuai. nsiista a.iiv
pniiH , .. . . ii n u . , u .
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mn SUBSCRIBERS ARE DENIR-
to J. ousofoioingupthirsidbusinest,adhopthataii
Mnana knowlns them Ml vs Indebted to tbea, lth.r
j,-- ta.,-M give th. mttt.r tholr Immedatfl
,-atlsnUon. , Anus, rr Aiinaa m uvn.
April i.isw-diw.
THE MARKETS.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
YORK, April 4.
of
to
tXOUB Voceiplso 11,754 bblt. Mtrlet heavy aef
So lower; seles of 1 9,000 V. it al 8S4SM for superfine
Slate; 5 ami 50 forexua StaUi i 8515 30 for super
fine western; S3 40 i 5 79 for eoamoo to aediaa extra
wmianii juu.au u ior anipping nranas extra Hound
Boep Ohio. Canadian flour a shads easier, sales 600
BVB VLOUB-eteady I333A4 10. '
WHKai-reeelptsof8.4l9buth. Market dull and
inn. lower; aaitt si w.uow tmtu at 1 1,33 1 8S f.tr eon.
no ' fair choloe epilog In storsand delivered; (1 38a
1 33 for stllwankla elnb In atnu. .nnl rfliw..lt ail ittm.
iy.4 ,nd "" for Michlgaa red western; al 50
OI 53 for white wettern. , , , ,
.mn rnvfri. . , ... 1 '..I,... , . r
BARLIty-(luHst70o. '
CO UN receinta of 073 bnih.li. .rk. wiiknnt
lal changei tale of 45,000 butheis at 6770o for old
aiuu waiHrn i i store ana delivered.- -OATg-duli
at 3334o for wettera Canadian and
aiaie.
POBK-quIet and .toady, aales of 100 bblt at 16 pg
S7 for meat, 813 5ttl4 for prime. i
B B B P unchanged. - t . ",1
COT MBATS quiet. " '
LARD-eteady; aales of 50 bblt at t lUc. ,
. BDTTBB infalrreuuettat 10I4. ,-
. OHKB8K tteedy. ' '--.'
WHISKY a .hail, ftaata mU. a 1 UU1 kl.l. -. l arm
go ; . , . r " jwvw vwi. .ova,
iiS.0,?J,,J,J,,t e.ulet;'sales of 40 bags Bio, at
liaile;andltlObagtMsricaboatl3K.
BUttAH rules aaiet and wahava nrnilii fn i.
niii
J'-sss-tidy, tales of 800 bbls N. 0. sold at
MIViWU. . . . ,
8IO0K8 dull and lower. Hon. anil a.h.n.. -i.k.
out change. Ohio B 1 57; O P a A 135: O B a O 74:
p Toledo 35X; SAs Ohio 73; 10 ecrlp 80V; Pan
43: Uarl 10: do nreferred 41: MmiiAu- b.i.4ii. m v
0 78; PaeMalf 84; Penna 81; N S 6't 81; Coupons
uu icgi.Kiiii u, ireaiury iu i ivi)i; Tenn 6 s 74
vs yok: no vsx: n chou: janevnihr w.i.. f..
100; Brio 3d bonda 89; Ilud convtrtable bonds b8: Uarl
IM, fn n i j f,
Hi,vi,iiivniigi,i,
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, April 4, 1861.
FLOUR elicits no new tnl.Mi, inMni. . ...
tide 'Operator. Nolwltbttandlng the fair spirit of the New
"n uin noun snu tplrltietS.
WHEAT la aulta dull. ud m,n. aj. .
. , wm. pm. mi Hirii ml
vuvr ivi frun. I VU . . . . t
CORN In tbe ear la nnchanml . Sh.iuj i. j-ii .
' kl have been nude at 384t"c, lb latter for
SVli?74r,J"!d J,,in more flrm, lJ0 Prbnih.
BARI1Y beat nrima fall -m ... k.-i-- .
Buyert do not over63o. '
j-5YT? wlthnld from the market tines Ihest Is no
demand at over 55?.
Apri""!"""1' ','en15At'-;-CfVl. Com
Cleveland Market.
April 3.
VLUUS ateadv at laat onnt.ibn,.. w. h....u...
worthy of note stide from the usual ales to the retail
WHIAT white la nulat at ai.tn. n.A 1. 1. ,.i. a-
maod tt 81.04. Baleaaf 4 ... il,. i..... ..a
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VHIII UO.
O ATS tales of 1 rar on track at S3j.
CORN quiet at 31c.
APPLIS-aalet of 80 bblt dried at 3c. '
BUTUER dull. With no chaava In nnnl.llnna. R.I..
ui a kw oDia L.enirai ac juo. . .
OHEEBa, Wettera Beterve rans at RHin mi
very choice at Do.
way A00IDBNTS IN PBOSTY WEATHER; UTIL
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. dec., dkc.
LiXSd BODUTBtatatt B. d t. BLAKD TBeatenl
W.ttJ. B. D WALL Btatm til COLUMBUS
XACWSXO. BeaCmlllt BBADIORD
it CO. Baatmllltl
' Our Portable Begins and Saw Mill .
Wat awarded tie first prealua of 50 at ths Indiana
Stats fair for lc60 over tans a Bodley't on account of
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior character of lumber sawed.
Onr Stationary Ingtne was awarded at the sane Pair
ths Brit premium of 810.
Our Portable Engine was awarded the first premium of
tl00 at the Pair at Memphis, Tenn., over Blandy'e Do
vall't, Columbus Machine Co't., sod Bradford a Cos.,
by a commutes of practical Railroad Bugtncers. ;
for price and terms address
W1LLABD WABNKR, Treatursr,
decS-dkwljeols. Newark, Ohio.
No, i Val. 1.
"r.TTT PAPWP ,
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. Far march letU, 18G1
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msrehS.
PSIOKI RIShOIO
.. 1 1 IMintlMHswkeraOteevvsr.l . .
At all nartles aanufaetariet Sewinr Machines art ob
liged to pay Mr. Hnwe a licenM sa each aachln ssld,
sod are a to compelled to make returns to hla, under
oath, at to the nnnber sold, hts books rive a comet sttte-
ment. from thit rsllsbr sourcs w bars obtained ths
following siattiUoa. Of ths machines Bad at tbe gsar
1, there were sold, - '
By Wheeler a WiHoui...... .'..81,305
r I. M. Singer AO 10.053
. Brevet s Baker.. M...k..-I0bw
Showing the talet of Wheeler a Wilson to b tfoaWs
thoss of any other Company. 1
Awarded the highest premiums at ths ' "' " '
United 8 tales fain of 1K)8, 18M aad 1800;
.i i... altoatthe . . , I
Ohio Slat fairs of 1B5 and iW
Bad at nearly all ths County fairs In th Bats.
Our nrkwa. at ths lata reduction, or as lee as a
too sMoA aachln now sold, aad but a tttfis higher thaa
tow Intostos to Mrsoxt CAatw sftca sssxMtitss, saw
forced won th market. - - J
Th WHEELER WILSON MA0TIINB makes lh
loci Stich tbe only which cannot be raveled.
It Auxaoa soTaeisawot ass gooos, leaving rwfft
Ao4saA tsselsrd. , ,
AU tMCAstMS eAtrrowttse ytart, ana
Btvsata their ass, free of bart. . ; . . . N r l
H. CRARY.SI High St., Oeluabua, 0.
:,,;t- -i WM. SUMNER A OOn '
- dso-9awa3aAtw6a Pke't Opera House, ClaetauaeU.
Mm.
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ONLY PREPARATIOtJ
THAT HAS
STOOD THE TEST OF YEARS,
And sjrawa snara and snara papular
CX ry aayj . .
And leatlmonlalt. new. and Slmott wlthcut numhev.
might be given from ladles and gentlemen la all gradee
af society, wnos uniieu lewngar none eouui reilit,
(hat Prof. Wood's Uair Bestorativswill restore the bald
and rrer, and preservs the hair of the youtb to old age,
usillisyouuiiui seamy .
Battle Creek, Mich., Deo Slit, lf58.
Paor. Wook Thss wilt pltaw aeorpt a Una to iufora
the lhat the hair on my head all fell on over twentv
years ago, cautea oy acompiitaieo cnrooio airests, at
tended with an eruption on the head. A continual
courts of tutfaring tbiouah lire harms reduced me to
etat' dependant, I tar not been able tooblsla Kuir
for caca. neither hare I been able to do them nu. In oon
tequenc of which my head haa tuffered extremely from
oold. Thla Induced me to pay Brlgirt a Hodges almoet
the latt cent I bed on earth for a two dollar bottle of thy
Hair Heetorative. about the first of August laat. I hats
faithfully followed tne dire otlon,d tbe bald apot It now
covered with hair thick and black, thouah abort. It ia
alto coming In all over my bead. Peeling confident
that another large bottle wmld restore It entirely
ana MnnanemiT. a 10,1 anxious w nersevervs in ita uaa.
and being dettitute of steaoe to purchase any more, I
would aak the If the wouldat not be wlllins to eendaia
an order on thin agenta for a bottle, and receive to thy
self, the soripturs declaration -'the reward la to those
last arskinaioine wiaow ana uie lauisnesn. '
Thy friend, bUSANNAU KIRBY.
Lleonler. Noble County. InHlaoa. Peb. 5th. 1859.
Paor. O. i. Wooo: Dtar Sir: In lb latter part of
tbe year It-W, wnne ei-euuing jns Slate and national
Law Bobool of tin Slats ot Now York, my hair, from a
eauae unknown to me. commenced fa I Ins off ver ihd
Idly, to that In lbs short tpacs of tlx months, ths whole
upper part if my scalp waa almoet entirely bereft of ita
covering, and much of ths remaining portion upon the
side and baa, part or my neaa anortiy alter became gray,
ao that vou will not be turprited when I tell von that un.
on my return to tbe Slat of Indiana, my more eaawil
acquaintances were not so much st a loas to discover the
cause or ins cntnge in my spparancs, as my mors mil'
aate aequaiottncea were to reoognixe me at all.
I at once made application to the most tklllful tihvtl
clam in the country, but, receiving no aetumnce from
them that my hair would aga'n be restored, J wat forced
to become reconciled to my fata, until, fortunately, In
the latter part of tbe year 1857, your Betlorativc at re
commended ta me by a druggUt, as being the mott relia
ble Uair Beiiorauve in use. i tried one bottle, and
round to my great stutiacuon mat it wat pronuciur tbe
detired effect Sines that time, I have uaed seven dol
lars' worth of your Beeioratlve, and as a retulL have a
rich coat ot very soft blsck hair, which no mouey can
buy.
Asa mark of my gratitude for your labor and skill In
ths production of so wonderful an article, I have recom
mended Its use to nuoy of my f riendt and acaualntances,
who, I am happy to Inform you, are using It with like
effect. Very respectfully, yourt,
A. M. LATT A,
Attorney aid Counsellor at Law.
Depot, 441 Broadway, and sold by all dealers through
out the world.
The Restorative It put up In botllet of three sties, vit:
large, medium, and amall; tbe traall holds X a plot, and
mailt for one dollar per bottle; the medium holdt at
lent twenty per cent, more In proportion than the, mall,
and retail! for two dollars a bottle; the large holdt a
quart. 40 per cent, more In proportion, and retail! for 83
a bottle.
O. i. WOOD a CO., Proprietors. 444 Broadway. New
York, and 114 Market Street, 8t Louis, Mo.
And told by ROBERTS a BAMUKL, Oolumbut. Obis.
and by all good Druggists and Psncy Goods Dealert.
tpriu:aaweowiy.
00 YOU WANT WHISKERS?
.DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
BELLINGHAM'S
CXLsTBBATED
StimnlatingODpcnt,
For the WMskeri and Hair
Ths sabKribtrs take pleasure In announcing otht
Citixene ol the Coiled SUUs, that they have obtained the
Agency for, and are now enabled to offer to the American
public, the above juttly ecltbraUd and world-renowned
article. The
STIMULATING ONGUENT
is arret red by Da. C. P. BELL1SQIIAM, an eminent
physician of London, and Is warranted to bring out a
thick set ot
Whiskers or a Mustache
in from three to six weeks. This article la ths only one
of lb kind used by ths Branch, and In London and Pans
II It tn universal use.
It It a beautiful, economical, soothing, yet stimnlsting
compound, acUng at if by magic upon the roots, causing
aoeauuiai growtn or luxuriant balr. ir applied to tne
snip. It will cur siLoum, and came to spring up In
pise of the bald spots a fins growth of new hair. Ap
plied according to directions, It will turn nsn or towt
hair bask, and restore grey bairto lit oritlnal color,
leaving tt soft, smooth, and flexible. Ths "Oraourr" It
aa Indispensable article in every gentleman's toilet, and
after one week's us they would not for any consideration
be without IU
The subscribers are the only Agents for ths art'cle In
the United States, to whom all orders mutt be addressed.
Price One Dollar a box for sals by sit Drugglats and
Dealers; or a box of the "Onguest" (warranted to have
the detired effecU will be sent to any who desire It, by
mall (direct), securely packed, on receipt of price and
postage, I.18. Apply to or address
IIOBACB L. BEQEMAN CO.,
DarteaisTS, Ac,
feW0dk6m 4 William Ptreet, New-York.
G III! AT CURE.
DR. LELAND'S
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND,
13 THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Bherxmatism, Gout and Heuralgia,
AND A 8URB CURE TOR
All' Mercurial Diseases.
It ia a conveniently arranged Baud, containing a med
icated compound, to be worn around ths Waist, without
lnj ary to th moat del Icat person t; no change In habits
olj living It required, ana it entirely removes in ais
esss rrom ths system, without producing ins .injurious
elfects arisins from lb nse of powerful internal medi
cines, which weaken and destroy ths constitution, and
glvs temporary reliel only. Bj in it treatment, tnt med
icinal properties contained la ths Band come In contaot
with ths blood snd reach ths disease, through the pores
of the akin, effecting In cry instance a perfect cure,
snd restoring the parts afflicted to a healthy condition.
This Band It alto a most powerful ASTi-atmccai.t agent,
and will entirely relieve the system from the pemtofous
tSeeti ot Mercury. Moderate cases ore curt-d In a few
days, and we ere constantly receiving testimonials of its
efheacy In aggravated eases cf long standing.
. ruicx ,uu, to bs had of Druggists gsneruiiy, or ctn
be sent by mall or express, with full directions fur uie.
to any part of tbe country, direct from us rnucipai
Office,
. Ho. 400 BROADWAY, Vsw York. ' ,
G. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors.
N. B. Detcrtptlvs Circulars Sent free.
jnA(entt Wanted Everywhere. '
mh lylsorlstp.dAw
WM, KNABE ot CO.,
AT THEIR NEW SALE-""-t.
BOOM, MO. 1-10 BALTZMOBBST.jLj- ti-umA
ABB II V S SS
N0S. 1. J, S and TH. BUTAW 8TK&T,
Offer for salt their celebrated
GOLDEN MEDAL,
UKANU
- - - - AND 8Q ARE
" PIANO-FORTES.
Belns hlihlv recommended by tbe first Profcstors aad
utical Amateurs oi ueoouauy, uo. ,
BVBRY ,
, INSTBUMKNT . ,
WARRANTED POB x
fTVB YEARS.
Th mott fastidious customer may rely upon .being
pleased In every respect,
xertu literal. es,assstsw
SELTISB St WBBSTBB, Agceto,
ectSSilydw. Ooluahua Ohio,
Watches I Diamonds!! Silver Ware III
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF OOLD
and Silver Watcbee, In great variety.
I am Agent for tbe AasumaB Watch Oo , aad can
tall thee excellent Wslcbss at mannfactarert' pitost,
ithsr Wholessle or Betail. -Corns
and chooss froa ay beautiful display of Dkv
..4 other rich Jeweltr Styles ns prices low.
As to Silver Ware of storllng quality, I can show new
patterns, very handlers
Silver Pltd Ware, Tea Setts, Urns, Walters, Castors,
nu,iii Pitchare. Goblets. Knives, forts. Spoons, Ao.
Then I hare supply of So Tab! Cutlery, Pocket
Knives, Bssors, as., snd many fancy Qoods toeh
are desired for presents at such price aa are an indues
men! to the purchaser. WM. BLYNN, -
, -r No, 10 Buckeye Block,
martl - North tide Stats Ilouet square.
A NEW HOOP SKIRT. I
, TjisCLXNT cto' DON,
So. t, SOUTH HI08 SIBBBT. ....
Have lust received a new ataks f HOOP SKIRTS
Bnbhad ta a nanasr tar supsrior to any yet Introduced
for
DtRABlLtTY AND GRACEFULNESS
as
, Dr.J.lLUcLEAH'fl..,
StreDgtbcBing Cordial tad Blood
pinttPiEi7
Tbe Greatest Remedy In The Uarl)
AND THI
xon Dmaom
. a-.
AND : t) mS
AnD : i
AJjaiAUCTBTj I in
VI 'ij'rl
nnn... . . of -Iht
JUIllalt)
EN. V. N lh
EVER TAKEN.
I a aa a s tsivr
ly a totenUns sad
Vegetable Oompound,,
traoured by tha distil
lUon of Boots, Herbs
and Barks, Yellow.
Dock, Blood Boot,
Barnuarllla. f I Id
Cherry Bark and Dao- vfX,' I
delioo enters Into
Before TakJn&u- nm'iftcrTaUDe
principle of each Ingredient Is thoroughly extreoteS by
my new method of dtsUlltns. orodueln.1.. a.iL inn. m.
bilerating spirit, and the most INVALLIBLB retnedy tor
renovating ths diseased tyatem, and reatortn. th. mi-y
angering and debilitated INVALID to HEALTH aad
8TBEN0TH.
ffleLEAN'N STRENOTHENINQ COR.
DIAlt
WIU effectually ears
LIVER 0OMPLAINT. DYSPEPSIA.' JAU3D1GB
Ohronlsor Nervous Debilitv. Diseases sf tha tiiun
and all di icasea a riling from a diaoruered Uvn or Stoa
sen, vyapepaa, ueartiwrB, inward files. Acidity or Sick
noes of lbs Stomach, fullness of Blood to ths Hoed, Dull
pain or swimming la.tbs head, Pah,.tioa of ths Heart
fullness or WetgTit ia ths Stomach, Boar racUUoas
Choking or suffocaUng feeling when lying down, Dmeet
or Yellowness of the Skis end Byes. Night Sweoufla
ward f evert, Pain tn the small of ths back, chest or side.
Sadden Plushes of HeaL Daumio. or h.ihi. tfrirhtni
Dreams, Languor, Despondency r any Nsrvoat Dtseqae,
Soree or Hiotcbes on the Skin, and f ever and Ague (of
Chills and fever.)
Over a million af ttattlea
Have been told durins ths Isat alx month, ul I. . I..
stance bas it failed la giving entire satisfaction Who,
men. win sunerrrom weakness or Uebiuty whoa MC
LEAN'S BTIIENOTIIENINO CORDIAL will .,e yout
No Isnsuase eon eonvev an ailMiu.t. ih. i k. iMH.
dlats and almost miraculous change produced by tsklug
this Cordial In the diseased, debllitatod and shattered
nervous system, whether broken down l sxcom. mk k.
nature, or Impaired by sick neat, the relaxed and aastruna
oiganlutioo it rettored to its prlstlns health and vigor.
IfSAHItlKD PERsOItH,
Or otliera eontolont of Inability, from whatever cause,
will find McLean s Strengthening Oordial a thoroanh
regenerator of the system; and all who may have injured
themselves by Improper indulgences, will find la ths Cor
dial a certain and tpeedy remedy.
Ta tha Ladlea. ,
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
It a sovereign and speedy cure for
INCIPIENTCONsUmPTION, WHITES
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, incontinence of
Crins or Involuntary Discharge thereof, falling of lbs
Womb, Qiddineat, fainting and all Diseases incident to
ecrosiee.
There Is aoKistake About It.
Buffer no longer. Take It aecordtn to Dinetiona. II
willstimuuite, strengthen and invigorate you andcaas
lueoioomoi neaun tumount your cheek again. - .
very oouis is warranted to give satisfaction.
FOR CHILDREN.
If your children are sick I v. nunv.oraflletarl. Mrl.-. .
Cordial will maks them healthy, fat and robust. Daisy
not a moment, try It, and you will bs convinced.
IT IS DELICIOUS .TO TAKE.
OiCTlos. Beware of Drunltts or Dealers wha
try to palm npon you sons biltor or Sorsapartlla trash.
wu.tu uicj can Bujcueap, oyiayinf it a just aa good.
Avoid such men. Ask Icr McLean's Strengthening Ocr
dial, and take nothing else It It ths only retnedy that
wiU purify ths blood thoronthlv and st tha asm tim.
strengthen the system.
One tsblcspoonful taken every morning fasting. Is a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chills and fever. Yellow
fever, or any prevalent deaari. It la out un In Um
bottlet.
Prior only tl per bo'-tit, or 6 bottles for BS.
J. H. McLBAB,
Sols Prcprletor of this Cordial,
Also McLean's Volcanic Oil L'nlmenU
Prttdoal Donot on the conjee of Third and Pino tit.
St. Le-uls. Mo. '
McLean's Volcauic il Liniment.
Th best Liniment In the World. Th only safe aco
of ruin ocrs for Cancers, Piles, Swellings and Bron
chitis, or Ooitra, Caralyu, Neuralgia, Weakness of tha
Muscles, Onronio or InSamastory Bhstunatisa, Stiff
nets of the Joints, contracted Muscle or Llganwntt
Earache or Toothache, Bruises. Snruins. TVosmda. Inl
Outs, Ulcere, Vever Bores, Caked BreasM Bore Nippies,
Barns, Scalds, Sore Thoat, or any Inflammation or Pain,
no difference how severe, or hov long th filtr ate iniu
V,. .i.i 1 u .1 ni j f1... . .
. . a.i.,1 . w.inMm hi tth as a our
tain remedy. .'
Thoaouids of human beings have been saved a lif ol
decrepitude and misery by tbe a- of thit invaluable nod
cine. McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OH
LINIMENT
Will relieve pain almost latUataneouily, and It wii
cleanse, purify and heal ths foulest sores la aa inoradt
1 short time.
Far Herses and Other Aaitaals.
McLean s celebrated Liniment Is the only aaf and re
liable remedy for the cure of Snsvin. Rinr Bom. srinrf
galls, Splints, Unnatural Bumps, Nodes or Swellings. II
will never foil to cure Big Hod, Poll Evil, fistula. Old
running Sores or Sweeny, if properly applied, for
Sprains, Bruises, Scratches, Bore or Wucrads, Oneksd
cvuia, oaaii or vouar uaua it a aa tntolilbM
remedy. Apply it as directed, and a cure Is certain in
every Instance.
Then trifle no longer with ths many worthless Lini
ment offered to you. Obtain a supply of Dr. aleLsr-'e
celebrated Liniment. It will curs you.
II. AlcLEANt Sol Proprietor,
Corner of Third and Pins Streets, Bt. Louis, Mo
for ale by all druggists.
for tale by ROBERTS A SAMUEL,
augQ6-dAaLy Columbus. Ohl
MRS, WINSLOW,
An sxpsrieiioed Nuns and female Physician, pretests
to the attention of m-itbere, ber
800 T-UINQ SYRUP,
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING, -
which greatly facilitates theproceaof teething, by soft
ening the gums, reducing all Inflammation wll I allay
ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and ia
SURE TOREUtVLATE THE BOWELS.
Depend upon It, Bothers, It will glvs rest lo yourselves
scd ;
VZlOf AND HEALTH TO TOOK ntFAWia.
We haw nttt UU and tsfklrl thi a bHU. ttA.
andOAN SAY, IN CONFIDENCE AND TRCTHjof It,
- - - m.t. . iwn boib 10 say oi sny omer medi
cine NEVER HAS IT f AILED, IN A SINGLE INhT.
ANCB, TO BPf EOT A CURB, wnea timely nsed. Nev
or uiu wm auvw on instance oi duaauslaeuon by any on '
who used it. On th contrary, nil are delighted with it
operations, and speak In terms of oommandatioa of Ita
magical effects snd medical vlrtnea. W speak la thla
matter W HAT W E DO K NO W ;" after ton years' expe
rience, AND PLEDOB OUB REPUTATION BOB TJJB
f ULILLMENT OP WHAT WM HERB DECLARE.- In
almost every Instance where th infant Is suffering tna
pain snd exhaustion, relief will be found In altsaa or
twenty minutes after theSyrup ta administered.
Thit valuable orenaratlnn la the nnh.k. .r..
tbe most BXPERIENUEUosd BKILLgUL Nimtl i.
New England, and has been used with NEVER PAIL-
mUDUUVBDB ID .-,
THOUSANDS CF CASES.'
It not only relieves th child froa pain, out Invigor
ate! the stomach and bow.lt, corrects acidity, and gives
tons and energy to ths whole ayttea. II will almost In
stantly relieve ....... t
0R1P:IQ Df THI B0 Wf 18, AID WINtf COLIC
and overoome oonvu Ittrmt, which, If not eraodihr rare
died, end In death. W believe ft las BEST and HUsV
BST REMEDY IN THE WORLD, In all esses of DYS
ENTERY and DIARRHtSA IN CHILDRKAi, whslhor
It arises from teething, or from any other ssass. 'We
would toy to every mother who has a child suffering froa
any of the foregoing oomplefnto IK NOT LET YOU A
PREJUDICES NOR TUB PREJUDIOBSOt OTHER
Hand between you and your tuitering child, sad the re
lief that will be SURB-yes. AD60LUIaU.il EC RE to
follow ths use of thamsdteins, If timely used, full di
reeUoni for using will scooapony soch bottle. Noas
genuine un ess th fas-slmll of OURTIB PERKINS,
New York, It oo the outttrte wrapper. . i , , s
Sold by all Druggists throotkoat tha world, i i.
Prl tcipal Of lice, n Cedar Street N.V.
PRICE ONLY 85 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
cOT-dAwi. '.'i . ' ..'.,.-,
GUERNSEY'S G.UQ
RENOVES AND PREVENTS' I N
Saamatton and sain. Bad heals th woeat mm.
scald, bnis,cut, of freeh wound ot tuy kind, prevents
swelling and paia iroas, ses slings, mosquito bites, and
poisonous plants, Bearaleia, rtieuastlsa, ague In the
orsaet, suit mesa, era. wnea. token Internally, It will
positively cure creep hi children, and gives lataaedltta
re He i is in wens toss Ol ina terrible ooaapaaiut; alto,
removes kosrsenea and sore tlireat. Price, is v,ti .
sottl. Iboald be is ever, kteeei - f or sale by Dus
gUtesnd Btorekeepere. , IBVINSTOHB,
ooie i-roprtetor, no. I spruce St., New York
tf- - v , , r-
Notice.
I
CITY Bixk OP COLUIILUS,
THEtvuLvn JV M I IIAKI W 1 ft F,
Bade ta the thsefftoers f this Bank, January v,nl,.
1HSI, to wit Wa. A. Platt, President, and Tnwii
Moonnt, Oanhlsr, resigned their orb on. D.vrn T.vu.
Eto.., 'ba eleclBd pretident and Wit. A, flaw au
paialed Cathicr.
By order ot th Board of Directors.
MS, 1861-dtt. W. A. PLATT, Cwhier.
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