Newspaper Page Text
(th 9l)w Statesman
WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 10, 661.
una obligations to It for the very latest papers
Irom the eastern cities.
;a f.V i . .i .
" the American Express Coinpanj tM our
thanks for, Its daily ' to bP of the
very latent eastern papers.
( ' ' " . ' "' '.
NoTioa to SDB9C'iBRi.i-City subscribers to
Daily Station, wbo may change tn.ir
dwellings or Diaces oi ouainess at to is season
. a. .t t
; of the year, are requested to notify onr carriers,
or leave word at our couatingroom, or the
. . .
plsoes at which they wish their fmu
Aran.. lue tuiiurriug iilho fw-p "
fiod in an exchange without credit, is epproprl-
ate to the season. It is headed "Aran:"
Thara'i Joy In the valley,
And joy on th hills,
, A gushing of torrsnts,
And laughter of riUl,
An echo of gladness
from many a dell,
For Spring's happy spirit
... Hath broken tbe spell.! ., ,.
' There's Joy In Ihs forest, '
,, , . A musical din,
tor frolicking brenet
' " ' ' '' Are stealing wllhlo;
- ' ' And birds on their pinions
Their ronndeleys "'"Si
While beauty seems dwelling ,
' ; " In every tblDg.
u The dsW-drops that nestls', ,
In eaoh flotrrel's cop, . -Tha
& unihino mUi,
And drlnkMh tnem np I
,' Th budi an u gently
Unfolding their leaves, '
As the fall of thoio bleitings .
. , JCacb spirit raoeivesw , .-. -
The elondi that are floating 1
eo iignuy anaim,
Appear to onr vliion '
Uke inipi on ine sea.
And glittera each rain drop,
Like eons sea-washed gem,
On flowret expanding,
On bad and on item, -
We hall thee, sweet April,
Beet month of the year, .
Thy owning bring! gladneis,
v The lonely toeheer;
In holiday veitment!
. The earth is now seen, .
' 'And rloh li her carpet
Of beautiful green. . r
ifcT In Hancock county, onedsy last week,
. k. k. th. n.m. f w.mmiMi aa killed
a boy by tbe name of Wuimlumb wu killed
In awe used for keeping potatoes in. The
boy had been sent to tbe cave to procure some
potatoes, and while he wssln the act of crawl
inglMh. dirt from above fc.l upon him and
smowerca mm to aeaio. ; I
OT Property owners on Iligh street, and In
other parts ef the city, will doubtless feel a deep I
nterest in tbe ordinance for Improving High
street, whlca comes np before, the City Council
for diecossion and final passage on next Monday I
evening, th. 17th in.t. , ' . ': . ,
, iiffaaa - - - 1
D-The lecture of the Hon. Edwaro Evctitt,
, - , K Aa
" i ne r.any aaya ui i - 1
livered at Armory Hall, next Saturday evening,
13th Inst.; and his leoture on 'The Uf es of es
A.tronomy.atthe same place.on next Monday
evening, the 15th Inst
BaiacR in the Ohio Canal. Welearn that
a serious breach occurred in the Ohio Canal on
yesterday at the Rockey Forkoi Tomika, about
eli-ht miles below Newark. The Culvert Is said
to be damaged very much. , ;
CTWsi. R. Einssl, of Newark, has been ap-
nlniM Route Afenton the Central Ohio
, MtrroAV Li Insosanck ConrAfiv or Niw
Voxk. Parties having policies in this company
will take notice that Mr. Fseoisick J. Fat has
been appointed agent for this city. This to a
very j responsible . company i assets now
. ....1. -,;;,' nf dollar. All
imDQUI V urai i J wi .......
persons desiring to insure In a responsible office,
will find it to their advantage to can on av
" ' . ..an .h-flt. divided amonsr the I
' ... . i i. i-
Rail Road Time Table.
9.15 P. M.
2 30 P.M.
8.4S A. M
I I 1
' Accommodation 8.10 ArM.
. No.SBK 2 a"M"
Might Kxprew S.4SA.M.
C LBT SUITS, OOIXNICI fc GlHClkHATl B. B.
Eiprearsnd Mall..' 3
Night Ifxpreee .....3:2 A. M.
CnmtaLOniD B. B. ' '
Kxire Trin 3.?',M
Mall Train 8.40 P. M.
PiT-reecRon, Ootnueoi fc CweumaTt B. B
Hapwi! Train.......-... "
Mail Train 8. 4U P.M.
Ooumsti! fc Iirourou! E. B.
Oolambui, Ciqas fc Indians H. B 1 .
;., Ssptess Trala.,''t 1?il0D,M'
Bxpreae Train S:45P.M,
8 30 A
8:80 P. M.
ILTWe congratulate our readers upon the
discovery of a cure for Rheumatism, Gout and
Neuralgia, end all : Marcurisl .Diseases, which
is sffeeted without the use of internal medicines,
which destroy the constitution and give tempo
rarv relief onlv. ' Infot it It the only known
remedy ' effecting a perfect cure, and we feel
warranted, from Its recommendations, in calling
the attention of the afflicted and those having
t.A. anfferinir' from Rheumatism, Gout or
Neuraleia. or the pernicious effects of Mercury,
to the advertisement In another column of our
anr.r. at Dr. Leland's Antl-RhedmaUo Band.
Wooo'a Hair Restorative has acquired a
reputation from, actual "test andcuperlment
which cannot be enhanced by neapper puffs
In our own vicinity it has been extensively used
and we believe In every ease with every desired
' i. d..aiii ha universal endorsement
' reauiv, nun iCToiTw. -
of all who have tried U. - we. tnereiore reuom
mend" It as one of those few genuine wesfrwms
which accomplishes all it professes and all the
bald and gray could desire. Ctlumktm Sy,
CoooHS.-Ths sudden ch anges of our cfimat
are sources of Pulmonary , Bronchial and Asth
matio Affections. Experience having proved
-.k. atmnia rameiliaa -often act speedily and
n..raini.. m mi n wiru ul tus t.iii v-u v v
"OlMase recourse snou.u m uih u "
- "Breien's BrsneAial 7T0ees," or Lesenges, let
the old; Cbugh, or Irritation of tha Throat be
vet 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 tor. cleatinir ' and ttrenothening the
voice. See advertisement. For sale wholesale
and retail, bv Roberta & Samuel. No. 24 North
Ulch street, S. Samuel Co., No. 85 South
' High street.ua.: n.wi'l JA'.--.
Good We met one of our friends Yesterday
oo. Broadway, and were astonished at the change
la bis appearance. A few weeks ago we saw
1,1m. ha as nale. lean end detected: eomnlaln.
Jog of weakness and debility, having been so
' siuloted all summer. Now be appears to be fat,
: k..itk anil atront ' We learn he owed his res-
'.toration entirely td. McLean's Strenothenino
We advise all who are complaining of Gen-
. mi nohiiitv to , trv itt It- certainly a very
pleasant remedy. We learn Vitat there are large
luandtleaof U selling dslly. -AforiiioHereM
CJ"R. KiRirATRtoE, No, 185 South High
. Street, bat a very choice assortment of Gold and
' ..Silver Watobeo,. fine Jewelry, Clocks,' Silver
' and Plated Ware,' at prices to snlt the times.
iT Sea advertisement of Prof, Mima's
Halt Isvlgorator in aaothet colanu.
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
Civil War Impending!
Civil War Impending! THE NOTES OF PREPARATION!!!
From New York.
The TribuM correspondence saysi dispatch
the have been received from Lieut. Stemmer, at
New Yoic, April 9. A speoial dispatch from
Charleston to the Herald states that the author
ities bad reoeirsd official notification thaaaun-
plles will be furnished Anderson at any hazard.
I Immense Dremratlons immediatnlT
I Orders were issued for the entire military re-
w. aHssi vwvw hmtv ucqu HiBirnnnii
.d for th. ,,.,... A.kni..... .-X-.LZ.
preparations tor the wounded are belli? made.
""uuigni, seven guns irom tne citaaei were
EhB fllo-nal In thaaaaAifih-Hnfrnrall thAua.....
- - rL
Icltement. Seventeen regiments 800 stromr ...
sembled In an hour, and luft for tha fnrtifin.iUn.
st 3 o'oiock In the moraine. All tha vcmkI In
the harbor necessary for transportation will be
put in service by noon.
A fleet of of seven Government vessels is re
ported off the bar.
Maj. Anderson displayed signal lights daring
uio nigm irom ins walls oi Btimter.
It Is believed that the flzht will commanaa at
Iotono, va miles southward; the batteries along
the coast being silencsd In turn, and after clear
ing Morris Island, the Government forces will
oross to Bumter while Anderson engages Moul
Lieut. Talbot was denied admission to Sum-
ter by the authorities. R. 8, Chew brought dis
patches from Washington to Gov. Pickens, and
in company with Lieut. Talbot, left lor Wash
logton at 11 o'oiock last night.
Special dlipatch to Bvsnlng Post.
It Is reported from Charleston to-dav. that
Lient. Talbot has not been nermitted to return
Major McCniloch left to-day for Texas.
Montgomery. Aoril 9 President Davis has
mads a requisition on the Governor of Alabama
for three thousand troops. Eighteen hundred
Mistisslnpians arrived at Pensacola on the
Criustom, Aorll9. It is estimated that
nve thousand men are stationed at Sullivan's
and Morris Islands and coast
Niw Obuans, April 9. Tne news of the ap
pearance of war vessels off Charleston harbor
has produced naususrezoitement. Gen. Bragg
has telegraphed here from Pensacola, for 1,500
additional troops. Two mora comnanlaa of
. " . . . r
63aavesare aDout leaving.
August. April 9. The report of war vessels
off Charleston is not believed.
TAT . IT a ,1 en a .
wxoas:, April iu. An euitonai in the
,hM & objM of
expedition which sailed hence within the last
four days is Fort Sumter. About 2,000 men
"" off Charleston to-night or to-morrow,
sent In with supplies, and if repelled, tha Trib-
lava tha mhala will ha tancM aUtinnt nn
oeoessarv delav. there la still a now In th
United States, and that this power cannot well
oe.i,ui"a " nipnnuy.
4ntlf el, tna t. Bhio bas tone to
Sumter, whore she will land supplies in small
..Ve .M... .. 1.,
V'0 AS.S AfSliSJWIU Isl uH CI4 IV UUlAlUlBUU
h9 tmer Wyando'.te, in place of Bcrryman,
deceased, and goes out in the Water Witeh to
rsosacola. . -i. i k .
troops were not landed from the Brooklyn was,
that be bad already sufficient to bold the Fort
against anv army tbe rebels conld bring against
him. He has four months provisions. He adds
that the troops oan be landed at any lime, if
The same correspondence says Mr. Barrett.
the Cincinnati Gazette, was appointed Com
missioner or rensions to-day. lien. Snmner
bas gone to supersede Gen. Johnson1 as Com
mander of the Pacific division of tbe Army.
Tbe Hirmld't Washington correspondence
says that orders left to-day to have the Wabash,
vlneennes and Savannah aliNew York, and
Jamestown at Philadelphia, detailed for imme
The South Carolina mails will be stopped up
the first sign of hostility to the fleet of relief.
ISneelal to the Herald.)
New Orleans, April 9. The Cabinet at
Monteomerv haa called on each of the Confed
erate States for 3,000 troops, exoept Florida,
The Commissioners to Washington have an-
"O?D0'a tnejir intention 10 return immediately
Charleston. April 9. P. M Lieut. Talbot
was detained at Florence and lost 13 hours.
Permission was refused for a provision ship to
tbe port. Martial law was expected to be
proclaimed. The Commissioners at Washing
ton have telegraphed Gov. Pickens that war is
Special to th Commercial Advertiaer. .
Washington, April 9. Dispatches have been
received here this morning from Charleston,
which state that R. S. Chew, one of the clerks
the State Department, bad arrived there,
and had brought a message from Secretary Sew
ard to Gov. Pickens. Air. eeward. in bis mes
sage, distinctly Informed Gov. Pickens that
Sumter mast be supplied with nrovisions from
the Charleston markets, and If Anderson wss
not furnished regularly, tbe Government would
furnish him provisions.
New York, April 9. A dispatch to the Her
ald says that offers of volunteers from the Border
States continne to be sent to montgomery, and
tenders of 7,000 men and S.000 Indian warriors
have been received there from the West
Wasbinoton. April 10 Ten companies, com
firislng about one-quarter of tbe volunteer ml
itia of the Distriot of Columbia) are mustering
to day for inspection! tbe order having been
issued from the Government head-quarters
last nlsht. Several davs ago. the company offi
cers were directed to immediately report the!
number of effective meni 1 his unexpected
movement bas given rise to many surmises, es-
pecially at reports prevail, believed , to be
oorreot( lhat these ten companies are to be draft
ed Into immediate service. --
.' Much excitement exists everywhere, height
ened in a great degree by bogus dispatches, pro
fessedly from Charleston! of a stirring battle In
It. Jtl Af Tiul flnml.. .
There la no doubt that tne military move-
cautionary measures for the defence of tbe Capi
tal, from an apprehended attack from the South.
the Federal forces In Washingtoa are to be
strengthened this week by at least one addition
al artillery company. , '"
Message of Gov. Curtin, of Pennsylvania.
Harrissoro,, April 9. Gov. Curtio states
that be baa received a letter from President
Lincoln, stating (bat he (Lincoln) hat informa
tion of a design to attaok tbe City of washing-
ton.- Gov. Cur tin tenia special message to
day, CLlling attention fo toe military organiza
tion of tbe mate, and recommending tbe Legis
lature to make immediate provision for tbe re
moval of tbe defeats Bpw existing by establish
ine a military bureau at tne capital, by modi-
mg tbe mmua uwsana ny msaing a proper
distribution ot arms, so. He calls attention to
the serious jealousies and divisions distrsoting
tha nnhlin mind, and tha military orranliatlnnl
. " .. .. . . ' , T- . j .
ot a lormioaoie cnaracier, aeemiDgiy not u -
manded by any existing public exigency, in cer
He adds: Pennsylvania 0ffers no counsel and
takes no aotion In tbe nature of a menace, but
desires ipeacei to effect the preservation ot tbe
personal and political rights of cltlseos, tbe true
sovereignty of the States, and the lupremacy
of law and order. Animated by these senti
ments, and indularlni in tha earnest nope of a
speedy restoration of harmonious and friendly
relatione, I commit tbe grave subject to your
" - m r ' - . 'ii
Tb meessre was referred to joint seleot
Committee, to report bv bill. . - .
Washwt6h. Anril 9-rvi. Imon. as Mar
shil, Is the only appointrnetit yet made for
iistrim oi uuiuuuia many appointmenu navs
bean pabllsbed before they Save even been con-
siaereoi dj iis executive. . .j
C WlLHINOTOrl.N.C., April 9. Charleston ad.
Tioes prodaos intenit xoitsmtnt,
The Policy of the Administration.
April 9 It is persistently
stated in Administration quarters that the re
cent preparation! are lor defensive purposes,
and notblDt is intended not strictlv Justified br
the laws, which fx It the duty of the President
w enioroe to tne nxtent or bis ability, li resist
snce is made, and bloodshed follows, the re
sponsibility must fall on those who provoke hos
tilities. The aasuranoe ot the Inaugural is re
peated, that the Administration will not be tbe
' Various theories or rsasont are given In news.
pspers for the present military demonstrations.
among which is one that they were stimulated
by the result of certain late eleotionss but this
is an error, as at the commencement of tbe Ad
minlstrstion tbe President and Cabinet enter
tained the Idea of relnforclnit both Forts Sumter
ana nckens, but, owing to non-scquaintance
with the means at the command of tbe Govern
ment, and the condition of the country, tbe prose
outlon of the plans now progressing wss lmprao
tlcable. In other words, it was necessary to as
certain the extent of the effects bequeathed to
the President bv the lste Administratis.
it was deemed essential to keep secret tne
bjectt of the military movements, especially
tbe sailing- of vessels under sesled orders, ss
unoer the late Administration mere were per
sons who olsndestinelv communicated Its pur
poses to the secessionists, and, as frequently
occurred, before tbe orders were reduced to of
fioiai form i and according to a remark of an Ex
Secretary, the Administration thus slways found
itself embarrassed at the threshold.
The present Administration has Ifmited suoh
knowledge to members ot the Cabinet and per
haps several trusty offioers, and precautionary
measures were tsken so as to render next to im
possible the acquiring of (orbldden information.
The Administration, while constantly declaring
a peace pouoy, claims tnai it can only oe held
to strict accountability by the people, and how
ever speculative may be the publications respect
ing its movements, it Is under no obligation to
announce in advanoe its plans and purposes. In
other words, that the Administration should be
ludeed by its acts.
That Pickens ,has been or will be re inforc
ed, admits of no doubt, and the Administration
will do all in its power to either reliev e Ander
son or secure bis evacuation of Sumter with'
out dishonor, or committing the Government to
the acknowledgment of any right or claim by
the Confederate States, or in any wise recogniz
ing me aoctrine oi secession.
The proceedings ia tbe Gulf, beyond the re
lief of Pickens, will be governed by circum
The above Is from reliable sources, to show to
some extont the basis of the present military
A. H, Conner bas been appointed Postmaster
From California Arrival ef the Pony Express.
Fort Kearnev, April 9. The Pony Express.
with California dates to the 27th ult , passed at
3:40 P.M. -
The Ssnstorlal question remains st at list sd-
Tbe bill to smend tbe telegraph Icorporatlon
law, so as to suthorixe the presenttcompanies to
consolidate-and extend their lines to Salt Lake
meet the lines from the East, wss passed. '
The news Of tbe formation of tbe new terri
tory of Nevada gave Brett satisfaction to the
oitizent of the Washoe mining region. .
A brisk scramble for the local offices under
tbe organization has already commenced.
Lady Franklin had arrived at Frasier
Richmond, April 9. The Convention, dur
ing recess, received private advicee that a
steamer bad been aeen off the mouth of Charles
ton harbor, and that Bumter would be rein
forced at all hazards, which produced adecided
On re-assembling, the eleventh resolution' wss
adopted. Tbe twelfth then came up. Various
amendments were proposed. No action. Ad
Atchison, April 9. The reports that there
are doubts in reference to the legality of the
election or iane ane romeroy to tbe United
States Senate, are entirely without foundation,
certificates were made out and signed by tbe
Governor as soon as practicable. The Senators
are here, and will leave for Washington, An
excursion on tbe river was given them by our
citizens, irrespective or party, this afternoon,
followed by a supper.
New Yore, April 9. Several merchants to
day protested against paying duties, claiming
that they may not be compelled to pay until tbe
revenue laws are enforced in tbe wbole coun
try. Chicago, April 9 The Mississippi river is
open to St. Paul. The steamer Ocean Wave,
the first boat or the season through Lake Pepin,
arrived at that place last night.
Toledo, April 10 The New York Central
propeller "Equinox" arrived this morning from
Buffalo the first boat this season from that
Charleston, S. C , April 9. Prodigious prep
arations are progressing. Wigfall Is serving as
common soldier. No war vessels are outside,
far as known. '
. Harrissuro, April 9. The Repnbllosn can
ons Is in session to-night. There is a warm de
bate on the resolution favoring a constitutional
Richmond, Ind.. April 9. Two poliosmen.
McCoy and Mendcnhall, were stabbed last night
bv ubss. Brown, while attempting to arrest him
tbe former, it it faared, fatally. Brown s-
I ronton, 0. April 9. Wm. R. McKesn. Re
publican, was elected Mayor to-day. On the city
ana wera lionets, tne vemocratt were gene
Hariisicro. April 9. Ex-Treasurer Stifer
says that no State loan it required to supply
hair a million for war purposes.
Albany. April 9. At tbe charter eleotlon
to-day, tbe uemoorais carried tne otty oy i.ouu i
GREAT CUBE .
. iimt nurnss nnf rt niim
11 fl J. 1-iinfiUlYlAl 1L DA11U,
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Rheumatism, Gout and Neuralgia,
AND A BDRB CURE I0R . .
It Is a conveniently arranged Band, containing a med
icated compound, to be worn around the Waist, without
Injury to th most delicate person i; no change in habits
of i living Is required, and It entirely removes the dli
eats from th lyitem, without producing th Injurious
elleots arising from th ns ot powerful internal medi
cines, which weaken ana destroy in constitution, ana
its temnorarv re net only, ay tnis treatment, tne mea
Iclnel properties contained la the Band come In contact
with the blood and reach th disease, through the pores
of the skin, effecting In eeery Instance a penect cure,
and restoring the pKa afflicted to a healthy condition.
This Band is also a most powerful Aitn-MaacoRiia agent.
and will entirely relieve the system Irom tnepemiotoue
effects of Mercury. Moderate cases are currd In a few
dayi, ssd w are constantly receiving testimonial! of Its
efficacy Is aggravated cases ci long stanmna.
raics VX.uu, to no oaa ot iirnggisii generally, or can
be sent bv mall or express, with full dlrsotioni for nse,
In.n...rlnf th fiountrv. dirMk fmm th Prlnnlns.1
-- r--v. - ;
i fi .-i mo vmiv uuauwaii aiw leva.
O, SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors.
. S. Descriptive Circulars Sent Ireo, v. . ..
HyAfeBts Wanted Kverywbore.
' Sheriff's Sale.
Cornelius Jacobs ") ' -'
vs. ' Common Pleas. " ' '
W.P.stlller etal.' )
jaa nniTiTiriv wr r w
nY TIRTIllS Or A WRIT OF FI. FA.
1 XI 10 at atracHu, irom ma uuun 01 uommon lrJa
I 0f Fraoklln County, Ohio, I will offer for sale, on the
1J to directed, from th Court ot Oommon Picas
I farm occupied by W. P, ex J. B. Miller, in Jackson
ITownsnn. on '
I TownshlD. on
- Mondaj.th. ISthda, of April, A. D. 1861,
at t o'clock,,?, M., the following property, to-wltt
aav man. one sorrel horse, on mar colt. eolU
on two horss wagon, three sois double harneis. seven
head of hogs, snd th undivided one-half Interest In
reaping machlns, levied on as ths property ot W. P.
I. B, Miller. - ' ' - '
- 0. W. HurniAN. Sheriff.
sprll B-lOtd. -' . . B4 Satuj, Bspuly.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, April 10.
ABHlg-steady, demand fair, sales of 30 bbls at 15 37
for poti, J 374t for pearls, i i - ,,. ,1
PtOUB reoelpti of 18,93MbbU. Market without tan
portant.ohengo; sales of : 8,600 bbls at J 16(35 81 for
anperilne Slate) (3 30S 40 forextre State; I51&SSV5
for sunerflna wtitarn: as 305 CO for oommon to
dinm extra weetsrn; fiWWi 63 for shipping 'brands
extra Bound Hoop 0ble.
.BYE PLOUR etc! R3 31(34 10 for tcommnn 'to
choice rapertne . -
want-rcoelpts or 8,684 hash. Harket a ibads
firmer with a moderate export demand, ealta of 45,01)0
buih at 1 1. Sis' for Ohlcaxo north veiternelub. tl 2D for
Canada olob $1 SftSlSI in store and delivered Mll-
waukee elnb; 91 371 89 for winter red weitern; the
lamrrorver onoioesi ouior wane western
EYE-eteadv at 6821 69o.
BARLEY dull and lower, sales of 3,000 bubals State
COttN-rrecetpti of 8,98bnih;' market Arm with modr
erate export demand; ealea or u,uuu buth at fis$67e
for old mixed western In storr and delivered; 6A for
new ao afloat.
OATS arm at 33XS35X for weitern Oanadian and
PO It K quiet and Arm; sales of 50 bbls st 17 37s
w i oo ror mew, s i '0 W or prime.
BK BP more aetlt; sales of 1SW) bbls.
OUT MEATS Steady.
LARD iteadr: ealea of 1,950 bbls at OiriSlOVo.
' BUTTta in ralr leanest at 10l4o for Ohio and 14(31
iv lor state.
OHEE8H dnll at 103. SI In quality.
WHISKY without change; l8l8ko.
80CMR4 dull and drooping; laleiitfOhhda of Cnh
at 4svm. . - ,
OOrVKE remains steady but quiet; ulei 300 bag!
no at niBMtci monoaoa
MOLASskS quiet bnt iteady.
STOCKS lrreanlar. mnerallv iteadv with mnilr.i.
ouaineii; money and Jtxonaoi nnchaoged; Chicago k.
bock wana ai; l. M. toi. i i, in, u. acrtp lty,
M. 0. quoted 33; Barl. 13X,do. nref 36: Del A. Hurt.
Btfl-8; Ohio , Burl. At Quinry 70; N. Y. O. 75; Brie
83 1-8; do aeterted S3; M. 0. 51H; 0l. Sc Ohio. 69!f;
Panama 110; Beading 30; Pao.' Mill 79; Hudeon 4t 1 8;
Laoroieo granu e; ill. O. bonds .95; Brooklyn Water
loan juox aine eonvenaDie oosuijm: N. a. 71
Tenn. 71; Vs. 69; Mo. 6's S0 ; U. B. fi', of C5, SI v
U. D. W SO I, UDB1WOI VI.
CINCINNATI, April 9.
The produce market has no outil Je trade to lv ui
vitality, nearly every article Is regulated In price by a
local consumptive denund. ,
f LOUB continnea at a dead drac at 14 3&aa 50 r,.r
lupernne. Belters are more induitrioui at these figures
than buyers; lor no one earn to ontleipal an order trade
by taklns snythlnc to speculative account, and mnn.
qnently to make isles require, an effort, the euitomer
oeing we propuiatea party. ,
W HB AT ranges about as ws quoted It a week ago.
The market was for a day or two since a little firmer,
and prices gained a trifle, but now tor Bed Wheat is
the maximum exooptional rate, and tl 05 the fair quo
tations for white, though either are but little In ieout
outside of our local millers, who of course do not com
pete very strongly with one another, i
CORN has steadily kept its eld figure, 33e for ear.
and 84(9300 for shelled, mixed and white. It Is hard to
OATS have dragged most or the week, and to-dav we
quote them X to lo per bushel lower 25SSJ5(o. The
market li governed almost entirely by tqe receipts, and
BARLEY hanta lomethlos of dead welaht in the
hand! of holders, wince they have been withholding: It
from the market at the present depressed prices. t!S
C9o are given is tha quotations (or prime and ohoice
ran- opriog ana interior ran range rroa iio to these
KYB wis sought for to-dav st 55o, but not found.
Bolder! do not oiler It at that figure.
WHISKY mill eaiy at 13X0, seeming, linos Its re
lapse from 13o, to be easier to buy than sell, Cin.
bnt little has been done. tt
FLOCB sale 85 bbli country rtonnd whlla tlrnt
double extra at 15 31 . The market remains qolet with
the usual steady local demand at our quotations.
WHB IT quiet. - Bale of 2 cars red on track st ai.K-
and 200 buiwbite from store at 91,17. , . ,
uukei ooiiatJ4o. - . .
SEEDS olover In In lliht demand at a214.13v.
Tlmo'hy is held at ! 68K.
haub and "houldsub trsrt trimmed country
cured sell at 79o for Hams and ghonlden, city-oured
ate10o. i i
BCTTEB New iibesinninat come forward andlila
demand at I43S160. Old oontinues dull, . i
BOOB quiet at 8KC49S. , .
OHKBBB fair demand at 81-899s Tor Western Re
POTATOEc ahlnneii oontlnue to bow at klt2 for
choice. - ' - i j - .
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
PHILADELPHIA, April 10.
Floor unchanged. Whsat dull . sales of SOOthnth
red tl,S4. whits t l,4f1.4i. Coax-flnn sake of 8000
bneh new yellow at 60a)62e. . Corriis rio 14K14X
Wbiskt 17 XKBlSo. -
Our Vovg. Cold. Soarietum, Influ.
na, anylritation orSorauiqtA
Uhroat Rthn th Havking dough
in Oontumptlon, Eronkritit, AtUia
ma, and Catarrh, CUar and gixt
ttrmgtK to th toic of
Tew are aware of the importance of checking a Cough
or "Common Cold" in Its first stage; lhat which in the
beginning wonld yield to a mild remedy. If neglected,
soon attack! th longs. "Brovm't Bronchial Troche,"
containing demulcent ingredients, allay Pulmonary and
BROWN'S I "That trouble In my Throat, (for which
the 'Trothri are a specific) having made me
TBOOBES'often a mere whiiperer."
n . r. Willis.
"I recommend their me to Public Srua-
HIV. E. CHAPIN.
"lTave proved extremely serviceable for
REV. HENRY WARD BEECHBR.
"Almost Instant relief in th distressing
labor of breathing peculiar to Asmm."
KB V. A. Q. HUULSBTON.
"Contain ao Oplnm or anything Injur!
OUS." SB. A- A. UAYKS,
A slmpls and pleasant eombinatlon for
- VSi U. V. B1UBLUW,
"Beneficial In Baonciims."
DR. J. I.W.I ANE,
"I havs proved them excellent for Wuoor-
uraOocaH." . i
Ely . H. W. WARREN,
u Beneficial when compelled to sneak, suf
fering from Coin."
nav. r. , Anuintju,
' . . . at iovii.
"IrrtCTDAL In removlnc Hoarseness and
Irrlutlon of th Throat, so oommon with
SrsAURS and Swoms."
l'rof. BIAUT JOHNSON
. Xei Grmo. Ba..
. Tsscher of Music, Southern
jremali College. .
"Great benefit when taksn before and after
preaching, as they prevent Hoarseness. Irom
their past efleot, I think they will be of per-
manent auvanwgo hi me .
BE V. E. ROWLEY. A. St.,
President of Athens College, lenn
TJSol4 by an Druggiiti at TWENTY
IIV1 CENTS A BOX.fTl ,
ROBERTS at 8AMCII,.
. Druggists, !4 North High ilreet.
1. 1. SAMUbil, Sc OO., , .
- bS South High street. OoInmbtu.O. '
Watches! Diamonds I! Silver Ware!!
ACHOICB A-SOHTITIEllT Or GOLD
and Silver Watohes, in gnat variety. f, ,,.
I am Agent for the Auntlo.il Watch Ct , and cto
sell tnes excellent watenes at maauiaoiuiers pi Ices,
eltlier Wholesale or Retail. . .
Com sad ohoos from my beautiiol display of Dia
monds and other rich Jewelry. Styles no w price low,
Ai to Silver Ware or iterling Quality, I can show new
pattern!, very handiome -
Sliver riatea ware, xea netts, urae. Trailers, tiaiiDrs,
Baskets. Pitchers. Goblets, Knives, Forks. Spoons, to,
Then I have a supply of fin Table Cutlery, Pocket
Knives, Basors, Jtc, and many fancy Goods suoh as
are desired for present! at auob prices as are an Induce
ment to the purchaser. a, SL1BN, (,
no, iu uucaeye mock,
merSl North tide Slate House equare
n ENTICEMENTS FURNISHING
Novelties lo Neck lies and Beam. ' ;
" Byron and Oarrote Collars.
' " ' " Embroidered Pocket Ilandkerchlcfi
Paris Kid Glovss lunsrlor make. ,, ,
Oolden Hill Shirts, various styles, , ", ' '
Boys Golden Ulll 8hlrts, do . ' .' ''
Driving and Street Uloves, do
Hemmed Pocket Handkerchiefs, varloni styles. '
Half Uos and Coder Garments, ' "
BAIN St SON.
sprilS No. 29 South High street
TTAVINO THIS DtT-IOLD OVR
XlStook of Groceries to Mr G. S. VEHINO. w cheer-
lully recommend bun to our eta patrons and friends.
inus. naiittwiin m. nun
ColumhM, March 8lh, 1861 apl-dtf .
w II AVE TA ACRES OF CHOICE FA HOT
I INO LAND, one half mil from this city, for rent,
1 a inu uan w, uu . " ma oj, i,mn,
I application Is mads soon- No 84 North High street,
Oolumbus. lipms.aiwj S DIMHU,
I 1 1 '
I price one-third less than eaa be purchased elsewhere
ball on or address (stamp enclosed) J,
134 court St.. Boston, aisss.
PLAIN AND' FIOCKElV BliBCK
DRBnB SILKS, of wverv grade. To most select
assortment In the olty, asa at ssoal reasonasi rate. ;,
.,' w.v. nain sun,
sprllS Ho W nestb High street.
KNAPP 8c CO.'S,
119 South High Street,
aTirrrr a nvr in 11 1 1 ai 1,1 TVTvrTrci I
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
Itlannfaetiirere f all kind ef Por
table and Stationary stesm es
giaes Saw mills, Ovist mills,
LAJfZd BODLSTBtattnl B- ot I. BLAST) TBmtenl
J. J. B. J) WALL Btatenlll COLUMBUS
MACBIKS CO. Btattnll 1 1 BRADtORD
. , CO. Btattnlllll '
Onr PorUble Engine and Saw Hill
Wu awarded th first premium of 150 at the Indiana
State lair for If 00 over Laos At Bodley's oa account of
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior character of lumber sawed.
Onr Stationary Engine wu awarded at the same lair
tha Srat nreminm of fittQ.
Our portable engine wu awaraea tne nm premium oi
luu at th valr at uemnnla. Tenn.. over nianay s vu-
vall's, Columbus Machine Co'l., and Bradford St Oo's.,
by a committee or practical Kauroaa Engineers.
tor pries ana terms aaaresi
WU.LARD WARNER, Treasurer,
decSdawlyeoU. Newark, Ohio
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
TEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF , .
No-war Is., TT. T.
Dividend January 1 IR6 1 48 Per Cent,
ASSETS..... ..3,81S,5o 50
Statement Janaarr 1 1861
Balance, per statement Jan. 1st, 1860 3,40SIS8I 3
Receited for j-remtums nur
Ing ths tear 10 76S,05M
Received for interest daring ' :
tbe year 1HJ0 mi ui n
Total reeelnls for 1860....i977,007 74
Paid Olalms by Detb,S67,040 00
Paid Policies inrren
dered 41,111 SO ,
Paid Salaries, Post- , ".' '"'
r, Taxes, M- j- ." ' '
nie, etc SI.CSOM'
Paid Commission! to ; v, c
1 .. , , . J
Agents i,j.'n m "
Paid Physicians' fses. 5.W6 75 "
PaidAnnnltle ,.,'1,J17 W'
Paid Dlvidendl dur ' '
ing the J ear juo.jmi 13 otn,ui 03
Met Balance January 1st, 1M1...I.. ..,.J,8ia,i48 50
, . ,- AS91TS. ., ,
Cash en hand.. A8.Gi84 19
Bonds and Mortgage on neat - , 1 .
Bstste, worm uouot vn
amount loaned... -..... 9,127,841 08 ... ,
Premium Notes, on Policies - t. . ..
m force, only arawtng o per ,. , ,
cent, interest -. 1,879,804 17 , .,!,. ! .
Real Klla - S0,83 S7 , .
Loans on Scrip...... 4,03144 ,
Premiums, notesanuusan, in
course ot transmission.... 1 o,-hj ia
Total Asset..'.... S3,812,K4 SO
TtB75 Policies In fores, Insuring Ss48Bsa3B
1,435 new Policies have been limed daring the year.
After a careful oafeulstlon of the present value of the
ntstaadlng Policies ot th Company, and having tbe
nnorunt-ir amount In reserve therefor, th Director!
have declared a Divirjmro of 4S per cent, on th rremi-
..IA ! tnkln mIm. tn all nnlicleafor life Inforoe,
issued prior to January 1, 1800, payable according to the
present lUIS 01 tna vompany.
- .. . . . , I , 1 J .if. AM.M..lM
svaic ior ail luu. v i-n. vwu-i,-
ns.. Statements, ana i'P'?; " "SmA
wtrwooT CBAS.S, at ths Oilcs or Agencies st th. Otm
.TV--' BOBT. T,. PATTBRSOW, President.
. L. 0. OROTBR, Vks rresidsnu
sivl n MTI.I.V.R. Recretar.
St. M. BSiESOlf i Agent,' '
No. 4 Johnson Biock.
.Msroh88,18pl. ;, , , , ,ColBmbss,0.
THE susssiisaiAssssta jassss
I nf aineJnr am their old hnalnesa. aid hoc that all
. - ..n
persons knowing insmseive inaentea to mess mutr
M or book. ., Will llye th mttr ttelr tamedlsss
attention. . iUUS. nAJk svn.
-tv-ywji. PEOP. WOOD'S
Is nreotoely what 1U name lndloatei, for. while
Ipleasant to ine men, u is reviTiiyi ng, exmtarsl
ing, invigorating knd strengthening to the vital
dqm. and at tha asms time revivifies, rain
ilates, and renews the Blood In all its purity an4
thus at ones rettort andrmdr$ th tyitem in
milmfnJ,LA in nttnrkM of dLtMM. It is the onlv
preparation ever offered to She world, so chemi
cal I r and skillfully comMned as to bo the most
p .werful tonlo. and at the same time to perfectly
tdapted to, as to act in per'eot accordance with the
-awe of natuio, and hence will tooth th vmktur
momcKh, and tone up the digeitiva orgam, and,
thui allav all nervous and other irritation. 1 1 1" I
Derectlr exhilarating, and at the seme lime It I)
composed entirety ot vegeiaoies. yet so commnea
u to protiuoe tne most tnoroagn ionic eneci, nun
out producing any Injurious oonseqnenoei Such
a remedy haa lona been felt to be a dealderatum
I the medical world, for it needs no medical skill
I see tbatdebllltyfollors all attacks of disease, andl
proceeds and indeed las the syitem open to the
tostdious attacks or manyoi tne most ratal, men,
I for example, as the following: Consumption, In
Mllgeation, Pyspepsia, Loss of Appetite, Faintneei.
Nervous Irritability, Neuralgia Palpitation or the
Heart. Melancholy, Night Swells. Languor, Olddl-
ncss. Betantion of. as well as Painful obstructed i
too profuse, or too soanl Menstruation, and gall
in of the Womb. These all depend upon general
debility This pure, healthy, tonlo Cordial and
Blood Kenovator is as sure to sure as tne sun to
rise and set. There is so mistake about It. But;
bla li not all. If the system is weakened, we are
ten to bilious attacks, tin liver becomes torpid, u
or worse diseased, the kidney refuse to perform, r
their functions, and we are troubled with scaldlngi" ,
and Incontinence of urine, or Involuntary dis
chane of the aame. nain in the back, side aud lav
tween the shoulders, exceedingly liable to slight1
Icolds. coughs, and It unchecked, soon emaciation
I'ollowi, and the patient goes down to aprematurslaa
'grave. Bnt space will not allow ns to enumerate 1 1
condition or the system, but we win say, in tnu
Cordial and Blood Renovator yon have a perfect,1!
safe, pleasant and effectual remedy for Ion of II
,nn.l la HI lAli.nu. V .In .no. WMW MtMl .imi
Stomach, Languor, Liver Complaint. Chills and
fsver, or any Bilious attack, Costiveness, Acidity
Lf 1.- at V, MAlntu. P1. .!,..!.
ot tne Btomacn, flervouaoess, neuralgia, raiptta- ii
OJtlon of the Heart, Depression of Spirit!. Sores, m
Pimplei on tbe Pace, or any diisaa arising from fi
imnure blood, such Scrofula, Erysipelas, Bron i
chitis. Cough, difficulty of Breathing, and all thal'i,
class of diseases called female weakness, and 7
enumerated above. We will also say th traveler!
exposed to epidemics; change or climate and wat
er, will find it a pleasant, sale and sure remedy,! I1
and none should ever travel witnont. Header.
try it. for we assure you you will And in It a friend
indeed, as well as a friend in need. All persons of
Mdentary habits will find It s perfect preventive ofjf
as well as cut for those ailments to which they are V
particularly exposed. Hence minuters,students,st
torneyi, literary aentlemen and ladles who are no:
accustomed to much outdoor exercise, will find it
to their advantage to keep a bottle constantly on
hand: and, above all. mother!, or those becoming!.
inchi will go through that most dangerous periodjfS
oot only wth all their accustomed strength, but P
safe and free from th thousand ailments so prev-
Oalentamong the female portlonwf the world. In1 J
ihort, it Is indeed a mother's cordial. Try It. oldifj
.nil .Ann.- nn InnMP ran tha rlilr nf nelavt it will
relieve and prove Itaeir empnsucaiiy a uetsora
tlv Cordial and Blood Renovator.
0. i. WOOD, proprietor, A Broadway, New
York, and 114 Marke t Street, St. Louis, Mo., and
mill h ROHKRTA Ml SAMUEL. Cnlnmhna. Ohio
f).and all good Druggiils. Price One Dollar
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
- DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
For the Whiskers and Hair
Th subscribers take nleaiur In announcing e the
Gltixena ol the United States, that they have obtained th
Agency for, and are now ensbled to offer to the American
publlo, the above justly celebrated and world-renowned
prepared by Da. 0. F. BBLLT.KGHAM. in eminent
phyiician of London, and la warranted tot bring cnt a
thick set 01 . .
Whiskers or a Mnstaehe
from three to liz weeks. This article Ii tbe only on
the kind used by th French, and In London and Paris
is in universal use.
It Is a beautiful, economical, soothing, yet stimulating
oomnonnd.aatlnga! if bv msgic upon tli roots causing
abeautitul growth or luxuriant hair. It applied to tne
scalp, ii will onr BAinmn, and cause to spring np In
place of tbe bald epoti a fine growth of new hair. Ap
plied according to directions, It will turn ten or towt
hair bask, and restore gray bsirto Its original color,
leaving it soft, smooth, and flexible. The "Ohsdsht ' ia
indispensable article In every genUenuuTs toilet, and
after one week's ns they would not for any consideration
The subscribers sre the only Agents for the article In
the United States, to whom all orders must be addressed.
Pric One Dollar a box for sale by all Druggists sod
or dox 01 n --ungusm inrrui iu "'
the desired effect) will be sent to sny who desire It, by
mat! frilrMnrl. u.uilt m-bftt. nn rwvlnt nf nrinn km!
postage, 11.18. Apply to or address
IIOEACB L. DBQEMAN At 00,,
febSOd AwOm . 24 William Street, New-York.
CANADIAN & UNITED STATES MAIL
TO AND i'HO.TI
, Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
Ths Hoatreal Ocean Steamship Company's first -class
full-Dowered Clyde-built Steamers sail every Kat
nrdav from fuktlahd, carrying the uansdian and
United states mail ana passengers.
NORWEGIAN, NORTH AMERICAN,
N0KT11 BRITON, HIBERNIAN,
OANADIAN, MOV A BCOTLAN.
Staortesti Cheapest andatlckcstCon
AHEMCA TO AU FASTS OF ZTTSOFB.
Hates of Paeaaee to Europe,
S30, gKi. 8SO.
Will sail from LIVERPOOL cwerr AVednesdnT.
snd from QUSHEO every Saturday, calling at
LONDONDKBHY , torceive.on Board and laro Ataiuann
Paaarnren. to and from Ireland and Boot land.
TTPThes Steamers are built of iron. In water-tight
compartments, carry eacn an experienced Burgeon, ina
every attention I paia to tne contort ana aocommrma-
Hon or nasienger. a tney prooeea ntr.es n nun nun-
DBRT, th gteat riik snd delay of calling st Bt. John's
Glasgow passengers sre mrnianed wito nn passage
tickets to and from aionoonenrry.
Ratnm tickets aranted at reduced rates.
Certificates issued for earning to snd bringing out pas-
annmra from all th nrlnolnal town nf Great Britain and
Inland, at reduced rotes, by this line of steamers, and
by the WASHINGTON LINK Of BAILING PACKETS,
leaving uverpooi every weea.
Sight Drafts for tl and upward pay
sLDse tn aiOstanutiiroiauut owr
land or Wale.
n naaaara. annl at the Offlce. 83 HKOAUa
WAV, New Works and 10 WATEB SX.,
Liiwerpoois . , .
IASXL ISASLZ, Osnsral sgenu,
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONG.
DOlA-lydfcw Statesman Offlo, Oolumhos. Ohio-
WM, KNA8E & CO.,
A T THEIR SISSW ssi.MS-"
AX. BOOM, SO, 1W BALTIMORE ST.
ana I I I !
NOS, l,S,9Snd7NiKUTAW UTEBT,
Oder for sals their celebrated
GOLDEN MEDAL. .
. AND SQARE
B.i.. hti,hi mmmmended by the first Professors snd
MtntcalAmatearaot tbe eoantry, and ; r,
The most faatidlons customer may rely upon being
repcot' wu ww Alt. a no.
BBLTZKB k WBBSTEll, Agents,
Sct9S;lydw. J . ; Columbus, Ohio,
Employment. : ' !
I si Staple Article, will furnish employment
a , . .
a few m
I preference will be given to thow who at
rtvsn to tno wno are wen scHumjur
I TJU saa tuc uish iw " - j i' r- -
For which services uiey are willing so -pay
of from - - ' N ' . j
$600 to $300 per wear,
for further particulars sddrwa - - -' ' J
.... , w. b. BOBinotniB co. ,-r
j aaa -- - -i
Jersey'Olty, N. J.;
JL BUOHKS, new styles, Jast open by
BAIN At SOX.
Ho. SS South High stistt.
Dr. J. IL UcLEAN'S .
Strcngthcnlag: Cordiil 3 a
ThwUresueat Benedlrlts Tfes trl
. AND THS
AND A ';'
TiVT tnutiiinT H,
axouuuis WAS VI. ' (
EVER TaREM. A if. J
IT 18 STRICT
ly a soientlfte and
' Vegetabl Oom pound,
Procured by us distil
lation of Bool. Herbs
and Bark. Yellow
Dock, Blood Boot, -I
BarupariUa,- ST I I &"m ;!
unerry nark and Dsn- 1
delioa enters Into Hi
Mon TaJdns"" remililter Taklnj.
principle of each Ingredient Is thoroeurhlv ntrwrted k
my new method of dlitilllng, produclng.a deueioos, s
hllerating spirit, and the moot INVALLISLB reaoeds fof
renovating th diseased syitem, and restorlns- tha
suffering and debilitated INVALID to HMALTH sad
MCLEAN'S ' TREMOTHBNIPIO COM
' - Will eertetaally ssuw
UVBB COMPLAINT, DTBPIPBIA. JADNDIOS
Chronic or Nervons Debility. Disease of tM Kidnevs
and all diaeasea arlaln from a diaordend Liver or Stoaa
ch, Dyspesia, Heartburn, Inward Piles, Acidity or Slot-
ocas or tne Btomaoh, Inline or Blood M uie Head, Hall
pain or swimming in tha bead. Palt.tatloa of the Heart
lullness or Weight in Uie Stomach, Sour 1 nictations
unoaing or snBooatinir feeling when hying down, Ur
or Yellowness of the Skin and Byea, Night Sweats, la
ward levers, Pain in th small of the hacii, eheat or aid.
Sudden Hushes of neat. Depression of Spirit, Irlghtful
Dreams, Languor, Despondency or an Starr nn. ni;;;.
Seres or Biukihii nn tna Mbfn. aad Ib n Ai,n Inm
Ohlliiand lover.) . v . v
Over a ITiiUioB mt atouiee .
Have been sold during the last six month and la no la-
stance has It failed in giving entire satisfaction. Who,
then, will snnerfrom weakness or Debility whsa Mo
LEAN'S ST1IISMUT11KM1NU UOUD1AL will cure youl
Mo language can convey an adeoaat Idea f th inm.
dlate and almost miraculous change produced by taking
this Cordial In th diseased, debilitated and shattered
nervous system, whether broken down by excess, weak bv
nature, or Impaired by sickness, the relaxed and unstrung
organisation Is restored to lis pristine health and vigor.
Ill Alt HI ED PERSONS, .
r others conscious of rnaMltty. from whatever eaaaa.
will find McLean s Strengthening Cordial a thorough
regenerator of th system; and all who may bars injured
themselvei by improper indulgences, will find la the Cor
dial a certain and speedy remedy. ,
Ts tbe Ladles.
MeLfas's Siren gtheniifg Cordial
Is a sovereign sod speedy care for "iTY0
INCIPIENT CONSTJinPTIOlV, WHITES-
Ohatrncted or Difficult Uenstrnatlon, Incontinence ef
Urine or Involuntary Dlscharg thereof. Palling of Ah
Womb, Giddiness, lainting and all Diseases iwUdenlto
Thsrs Is do Klttaka About It- ' '
Suffer no longer. Take it according to Directions. ' It
illstimulate, strengthen and invigorat ra and cause
be bloom of health to mount your cheek again.
Every bottle ia warranted to give sattsiacUOQ. :
FOR CHILDREN." ' '
If your children are sickly, winy, or afflicted, McLean's
Cordial will make tbem healthy, fat end roktsst. Delay -
not a moment, try it, and you will be convinced.
IT IS DELICIOUS , TO TAKE.
Oao-nos. Beware of Druggist or Dealer whs sssv
try to palm upon yon some Hitter or BarsapariUa trash.
winch they can buy cheap, by say In it I just as goed.
Avoid such men. Ask for McLean's Strengthening Cor
dial, and take nothing elw It Is th only remedy that
will purify the blood thoroughly and at tne same tlaxe
strengtiien th system. J ) .
One tablespoonfnl takes every ctornlng fksRnr,' Is a
certain preventive of Cholera, Coy Is and lever, yellow
lever, or any prevalent diseases It is put up in large
Price only fi per bottle, or 6 bottle for 11.
J.fl.HoLSAtl, - y
Sole Proprl'tor cf this Cordial,
Also alcLemn e Volcanic Oil Liniment
Principal Depot es tha earner of Third and Pine streets,
Bt, Louis, Mo. - ;. . ! I f 4
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment- f
The best Liniment In the World. The only ar sstd
certain cur for Cancers, Pile, Swelling and Bron
chitis, or Goitre, Pantiysii, Neuralgia. Weakness of th
Muscles, Vnronio or InGammatory Rheumatism, Stiff
nee ef the Joints, contracted Muscles or Ligaments
Earache or Toothache, Bruises, Sprains, Wc-ukus, Preset
Out, Ulcers, lever Pops, Oaked Breast Son Nipple,
Borne, Scalds, Sore Thoat, or any Inflammatlee. st Pain,
nod .tierenoe bow severe, or hor long the disease may
havs exist. McLean's Cttraled Llamssol i s er
Thousands of human Mng tun aeen saved a BfS (
decrepitude ind misery by the use of this invaluable rej
oin. , . X
MCLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
Will relieve pain almost rnstantaneenaly. and It sril
cleans, purify and heal the foulest sore in an Incrrdl
ly short Urn.
Far Horses and Oilier Animals.
afcLaan s celebrated Liniment la the only safe and re
liable remedy for the cure of Spavin, Ring Bone, Wlad
galls. Splints, Unnatural Bnmp, Node or Swellings. It
will never fail to cure Big llead, Poll Ivil, Tistuia, Old
running Sores or Sweeny, If properly applied, for
Sprains, Bruises, Scratches, Bore or Wuieada, Cracked
Heels, Chafe. Saddle or Collar Galls it is an Infallible
nmedy. Apply It as directed, and a cur I certain la
very instance. ' ' ' ' :
Then trifle no longer with the many worm less Idas
ments offered to yon. Obtain s supply ot Dr. kloLaao's
celebrated Liniment. It will core you. -
J. H. mLKAN, Sole Proprietor,
Corner of Third and Fine Streets, Bt. Louis, at.
For sale by all druggists.
lor sale by HOBIB.T8 fc SAVTTIL,
angas-dJtwLy 11 Oolsmbasv ,0hlc
An experienced Nurse and Penal Physician, presents
to tne attention 01 motnera, ner 1 .
SOO T II I N G S YRUP,
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING. ' -
which areaUv facilitate th nrocae of tae thing, by Sft-
ning the gums, reducing all Inflammation wll I allay
ALL fAiN and spasmodic action, and is -
8UKE TOKCGUtiATE TI1E BO'WiXB.
Depend upon It, mothers, 1 1 will give rest to yourselves
and . . . - f
BELIE? AND HEALTH TO TOUTS UTAH I.
We have nut ao and surd thw article for ever tea years.
snd CAN SAT, IN CONFIDBNCK AND TRUTH, of It,,
what we have sever been ante to say of any ewer meni-
Oine NF.VKR HAS IT FAILED, IN A SINGH INST.
ANCE, TO silFBCT A CUttB, when timely ast-e. nev
er did we know an instance of diasatiafution by any on
who used it. On th eonlrary, all aw delighted with Ms
operations, snd speak in terms of commendation of las
magical etieots and medical virtue. W speak tn Ma
matter "WHAT WB DO KNOW ;" after ten years' vrw
rienc AND PLKDGB OUR RKPUTATiON FOR TUB
PULILLUKNT OF WHAT WS UBIiB DBOLARJ.- in
almost every instanc where the infant is safferiug rroas
pain and exhaustion, relief will o found in niteea or
twenty minutes after thecyrup ts sdmlnlurAV ,
This valuable nrenaratlnn I the prescription of on of
th most KXFBKIKNVBDand SKILLFUL NCBSBHla
New Kngland. and has been used with Nstv Aa rAIL-
ING BUCCKSS In
Tt not onlv relieve the child from pain, out Invigor
ates the stomach and bowels, oorreca acidity, and give
tons and energy to the whole system. It.wUI ataosS la
stantly reliev ,
oE:P.sa in THS bowels; ajtowind i couo
ITi4 QT9reOIDO OOBTw!Wvtv1li' Wlllclli H b4 p4lif MBB
died, end in death. We beHeve K the BBsT and SUR
EST KKHKDV IN THR WORLD, rn all oanes of DVeV
ENTKRY and DIARRUtEA IN OUIUMHV, wbether
It arises from lee thing, or from any other cans. ' SY
would say to vry mother who he a child suffering frosa
anvot thefoiegologeosplalnts DO HUT LKI YOUR
PRKJUKIOKS NOR TUB PRBJTJDICB80F 0T1IBR8
stand between yo and yonr suffering child, aad th re
lief that will be SO R yes. A B80LU t KL X U RB to
follow the nse of thie medicine, if timely need. , Fall di
rections for using will accompany ark bottle. None
genuine unless th fao-slmile of CCRTIS . VCRE1NS,
New York. Is on the outside wrapper, t 1
Sold by all Druggists throughout th weria-
Prl -ctpal Office, IB Ceslar Street PI. Y.
PRICE ONLY 25 CENT? PER ?0TTLE.
OCtS7-dltwly. v., tl- J
REITIOVES A W Us FHEVENTSIfl-.
Semination and pain, and heals the worst bum,
scald, bruit, cut, or freah wound of any Had, reveats
swslling snd pals frn he stings, mosqakt Mtea,sui4
Doisooon plants, neuralgia rheumatism, ague la th
tressl. salt rhsum, el. When take Internally, II will
wotltively cur croup inohlldrrn. and gives immediate
relief In the waralraM of Shis lerribIS oompkttat alsti.
remove! hoarseness and sore throat. Prioe, iU seal a
bottle. , Should be In every house. For sale by Drag
gists and Storekeepers. - IRVIN STONB, -Sole
Proprietor, Ifo.1 Spraeest.tBsw lor
. octtdkwlyl .
rHF.roixewtitofiMASCt s awrnr.
made 1n th th officers of tM Bank, Jonary twh,
inni in arit? Waii A. PiaTT, Prnetdeat, and Vaoku
Moonm. Oahler, migned ihelr omens j Davis Tavioa,
Siq., was then sleeted rreaident end WW. A. Ptenr ap
pointed CMhler. - " l-ak'J.-'J
By order of the Board of Motors.
MbS, letl-dtf. W. A. PLATT, Csshler.