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FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 1. B61
LOCAL MATTERS.
The Adding Express Company places OS dall
oniler obligation to It for Ue erj latest papers
from to eastern cities. 'li J ? Vv .'' , - . H
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The American ExpreM Company has our
thanks for He daily favors In the snaps of the
very latest eastern papers. .,
A Cvcut or GoonBog E. D. Mansfield,
Esq., Commissioner of Statistics, remarki In
big last Teport that' the corn crop of 1860 wag
probably the largest ever grown In this State,
in consequence of moderate ralni tt geagonable
tines, and the absence of unseasonable froetg
Late froste and heavy rains were the main
causes of the deficient crops and lack of fruit in
the years between 1855 and 1660. In the latter
year, the uniformity of climate seems to have
returned. Durine 1860. we had no extraor
dinary, cold, or froste, or rains; and tbe year
presented, on tbe whole, a fair average of ell
mate In this reebn considering the constant
effort whioh nature makes to return to her
normal condition. Till some remote eauae pro
duces spasmodic changes, we may hope for
cvcle of favorable years and good crops. "It
is," says Mr. . Mansfiild, "scientifically Im
probible that we shall have a speedy return of
winters cold enough to kill the peaoh trees,
frosts in June hard enough to kill wheat, or
rains In May or June to prevent corn-planting
These will doubtless return at some time) but
the observed laws of meteorology seem to prove
that tbe cycles of good and bad seasons are
regulated by some uniform cause, which is, at
present, too remote to be understood, but .whioh
certainly exists "
In the midst of our great national and flnan
cial troubles, It is certainly enoouragltig to be
told by learned and scientific weather prophets
that we may rationally expect a cyole of good
seasons. So far the present season seem to
promise that the prediction will bold good for
1861. Let the opportunities It may afford for
inore&sing the stock of our agricultural and po
mological productions be Improved.
Theatrc Benifit civ Miss St. Claib. To
night a bill of unusual variety and strength Is
offered for the complimentary benefit of the ad
mirable aotresr, Miss Sallie St. Clair. Forthe
first time Mr. Charles Barraa. new Fairy
Drama "The Fairy of Home" or "Tbe Paint
er s Dream " ' To be followed by the convoking
comedy of Tbe Hypochondriac, with Mr.
Charles Barras in his great original personation
of Vertigo Morbid, which has only to be seen
to be realised as the most side-splitting por
traiture on the stage. The performance will
conclude with Tbe Young Aotress, in whiob
Miss. St. Clair personates five characters, and
dances several dances. : Such a bill will doubt
less fill the House to overflowing.
Thi Quacks Cosvodnoed. Unskillful. men
are vainly striving to impose on the community
their weak, noxious compounds, as good, whole
omo Saleratns; while James Pyle, with his
pure Dietetic, furnishes the market with a good
and wholesome article. "Depot, 345 Washing
ton Street, New York. Sold by grocers every,
where.
O Thomas S. Woods has sold the Oki Pa
triot, published at New Lisbon, Columbiana
county, to T. G. Houston, by whom It will be
hereafter conducted. We wish the Patriot suo
cess and prosperity. It has been well conduct
ed by Mr. Woods, and no doubt will continue to
be so by Mr. Hodston. . 1 ,
UTTiiE DitTaioT Convention of Sabbath
Schogl officers and teachers of the M. E.
Churches, whioh met in the Town street
Churou, on Wednesday morning, the 10th Inst,
itinnmiut tn tha first Wednesday in June, when
it is expected there will be a more general at
tendance of delegates.',
AaaiVAU at the O. P. Yesterday the Sher
iff of Brown oonnty, brought to the Penitentiary
two conviota, both convloted of burglary, and
sentenced, one for three, and the other for five
years. Tbo number of prisoners now in the
Penitentiary is 978. '
(rf'TBE Early Days or Franklin" is the
subjeot of tbe lecture which will be delivered by
Edward Everett, at Armory Hall, to-morrow
(Saturday) eveuing. ' On Monday evening, be
will lecture at the same place, on 'TbeUses of
Astronomy.'', ' .' tJ ,.'
LtTGen. Carrinoton bsd a full house last
night, at Armory Hall. Different opinions are
expressed as to the merits of bis lecture. The
Journal of this morning appears to be satisfied
with It. . : y , ,.
IT Messrs. Steusr & Co are preparing to
manufaoture, this season , a large quantity of
choice brick for buildiug purposes. Orders may
be left at the north east oorner of Fourth and
Mound streets.' ' . " . . '. ' ..
O" One hundred and fourteen persons were
added during the late revival to, the Town
street Methodist Charoh, under the charge of
(he Rev. Jot-Era M. Trimble. "
Eoohdaboct. Why is a bee hive like a bad
potato? Eeeause a bee-hive is a bee bolder,
and ft beholder is a spectator, and a speck-tater
is a bad potato. " " .!
tT Why are the Charleston ladies fond of
gallants! Because they bate gtmral Beast-
MOTOAL LlFC INSDIANCS COMfANT OF NW
Yoix. Parties having policies in this company
will take notice that Mr. Fauiiucx J. Fat has
been appointed scent for this city. This Is
very responsible company it assets now
amount to nearly reven wiiUfsitS ef dtllar. All
persons desiring to insure in a responsible office,
will find it to their advantage to call on the
agent, All the proflts are divided among the
Jusaradj.,.,,,. . . , . .
Wood's. Hah Eistohtivb has acquired a
reputation from aotaal teat and experiment
whiob cannot be enbapoed by newspaper puffs
In oar own vicinity it has been extensively need,
and we believe la every case with every desired
result, and receives the universal endorsement
of all who have tried it. . We therefore recom
mend U as one of those, tew geaulnewtwfrtrmi
rhich accomplishes all it professes, and all th
bald and gray oould desire. ooiumoia apy.
t ..- 5 :i i i i i ( ,,
Good. We met one of our friends yesterday
on Broadway( and were astonished at the change
id his appearance. ' A few weeks ago we saw
. him, he wae pale', lean aod deieotedi complain
1ns; of weakness and debility, having beeo so
eiuicted all summer, Plow be appears to be fat.
healthy and strong;. ' we learn be owed bis
toratloa, entirely to AIcLzan's STxsoTHXNiNe
. We advl all who are oomplalnliiB; of Gen
oral Deliility to try it t It Is certainly t rtn
pleasant remedy.' We learn that there are kfee
quaotitiM of it selling dftily. ATwiiiny HtrM
i
b
CT We congratulate our readers open tbe
discovery of a oore for Rheumatism, Gout and
Neuralgia, ind all Mercurial Diseases, which
is effected without theuse of internal medloinee,
which destroy the constitution and give tempo
rary relief only. Ia (aot it is the only known
remedv effectlnt a t.f.ot our., and we feel
warranted, from its 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 la another column of our
Daner. of Dr, Leland's Anti-Rheumatlo Band,
D R. Kiskfatbick, No. 165 South High
Street, baa a very choice assortment of Gold and
Silver Watches, fine Jewelry, Clocks, Silver
ana riatea ware, at prices to suit tne times
HT See advertisement of Prof
Millrb's
Hair Invigorator In another column.
LD" All should read Prof. Wood's advertise
ment In another column.
tVTTrnMnnwin tin
ur U XJXIXX OXi X O M3JXU13IXI
BEAUTIFUL.,
AND CHEAPER THAN EVER!
AVB spbino stock is sjwijairAi-
J lj tarn and well aawrted. Tha Terr Utttt patterns I
from AMEKIOaN, XNQLISU aod f BKXOU faotortw.
GOLD PAPERS AND BORDERS.
Gold and Velvet Borders,
SPLENDID DECORATIONS,
SUDELiIGHT
AND 1
FIRE BOARD PAPERS,
Gold and Painted Shades, .
GOLD
WTTTWVT AfTT mai TTnnM
WINTinW MR H N if! ES.
r
BUFF, BLUE,
' AND
GREEN HOLLANDS,
WINDOW FIXTUBE8, all kinds,
CORD AND TASSELS,
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES
V VfT r? A
- ii aw i
RANDALL & ASTON,
lOO aoixtll TT1gl3.Qt.
COLUMBUS, O.
M. B. Landlords and persons wishing quantities of
Paper will make Money by laying of as, Ooantry
Merchants and persona from abroad will do wall to call
and ate as. aprll l-dSmeodl E.tl
GREAT CUBE.
DR. LELAND'S
A WTUDTJCIlRf AT1T D k KT
1 1'ttnLUiuAl 1L DAaI U.
IS THE ONLY TCNOWN REMEDY FOR
Eteumalism, Gout and Keuralgia,
AND A 8UB1 OTJHB I0E - - .
Mercurial Diseases.
All
Tt Is a conveniently arranted Band, eontalnint a med.
lea ted oompoond. to b woro aroood th Waist, wlthoat
injury to in most deiicat prmn; no cnanire in oatxts
I. llTlor la naulrod. and It entirely renor tn die
esse from th system, withont produciog th Injurious
eireots aneing rrom tn ns or powenui internal raeai
ine. whioh weaken and destroy tb eonstimtion, and
it tmorary raiwr only, try mis ireaunent toe med
icinal properties contained In th Band com In contact
with . th blood and reach th dlseas, through th pore
tn win, (trectiog tn ry Instance a pertect car.
and raetorlng the parts affllcttd to a beal'by condition,
This Bend U alio a mott powerful ATtMjtoout awnt,
and will entirely nllev thr syetem from itt ptnuoiovt
effMts of Mercury. Moderate are con-d In a fw
day, and w ar constantly nciiTing testimonials of its I
dBcaov In anraratcd imh rf lone standing
Paica S.0, to be had of Drag gist generally, or oaa
sen toy mall r npre, with full directions for ni.
to any part of tb country, direct from th Principal
vino,
Ho. 409 BROADWAY, Ksw York.
G. SMITH tit CO., Sole Proprietors.
H. DeecriptlTe Circulars Sent Ire.
Hj Aajent Wanted Everyivkere
mhaaiylsorlitp.dfcw
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NOTICE.
HATE MOLD TO MR. HENRY WIL-
comer of High and Gay treu to th HuuUiwett oorner
f Broad and Blah strta, Oolumbua. Ohio.
with many masks to my lormar natrm andensMsa
ere, I raepwtfully rqueet th cootinuano of their fa
vors to my saoonaor. MlSMJfttX H. MNMi.
Uoiumbus, AprU 1, 1W1.
DRtTGTORE.
TTATINO PUBCH1SED THE DRTJQ
XJL SIORN of Mr. Bmrav U. Nut, I hare opened
anew on th Soatht comer of Broad and High streets,
uoiumrjue, unio oin0 in out oeu rxuaou nana or
sao onatiMvs j or many ytan.
I hav a freak and well lta aUck of iW Iftdl-
4fM. aod'wr OhtmicdU, togthr with fahitt, OiU,
ramwwi, on. uiuany sept in saon an tstannsnmeni.
1T7 JrstascaiiTioii oaretai'J and promptly compound-
Store open at all hoar of the day and ntgM.
I respectfully soUolt th patrraag of th public.
MINE! WIL80S.
Oolnmbttj, iprll 1, lMl-apr6:dlu
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air NEv.yoBK.
. ft Winston, President, J Iao Aaaarr, iscrstary,
Het Cask Aaaetet Ftraatrr Is 1801
00.000,030.74.
SlCEJCST COMPJJTT IS TUX U2TJTS2 STATSSI
0AU th Pnlts ar dlTliad aaaoBf the UtnradXrr!
ApplloatlcnS and Pamphlni canb had by applying to
I , ul&ED'K J. FAY, AoawT, , ,
Carpentsrs IvlldUf U7 BonfJi , Hlgli I tree t.
apr v aim - . ,
- REMOVAL. - ;
t3m Doylo db Oo.
it
HAT BBHIOTBD TWEIR OFFICE
a the Boutb-w oror ef Blgk and friead
streets, - - .
"UP STAIRS,"
M wilt ontlna to keep ea hand a large stool
'BOOTS AND SHOES.
The attOtlm ef VeRhanM ..1 TIL u .ru
?T" B. Dt YLB k Oo
.r,sjf
TTaVVCTti mtt
'1TM.Y 'f.tl r OTJR
a Miooa af urMMrtaa In ni u . H . ni l . a.i
lull rSOOBUaanaautt losur eic patroi,, r,i frVene.
thus. WALKaat tuiri
Oolub(a,KrtvlJ9l,ia0l.-tl-4lJ. '
TELEGRAPHIC!
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
From New York.
r Niw Yoix, April 11. A special dispatch to
' wasu.ngwn.saysaaispa CD from
Charleston, dated noon to-day, says all Is quiet,
out tne troops are prepared for immediate ser
vice. .
' Two companies of Virginia troops left Rich,
mood last evening lor Charleston. It is sup
posed they go to reinforce Geo. Beauregard'
command.
Before leavine Waahineton. tbe Confederate
Commissioners sent to Secretary Seward a reply
to (be positions assumed in his answers to their
demands
Tbe Commissioners of the Confederate States
for eupod. wouid leara Havana on the 6ih Inst..
on the Britiah steamer to Southampton.
Washington. April 11. Tbe Commissioners
of tbe Confederate States have taken their de
parture.
Tbe President has appointed Ezra Lincoln to
the 8ub Treasurynhlp at Boston.
Col. Lamon. of Illinois, has taken the oath as
Marshal of this District.
Tk... I. .....U ! .1 Ik.t
u ruu iu vuv ruuiur vU.uSw
re to be made in tbe Cabinet.
[Special dispatches to the Post.]
The President still hones for peace, although
be apprehends tbe occurrence of a collision at
Charleston at any moment. He declared, this
morning, however, that he thought no decisive
event would take place fill Saturday
Savannah, April 11 Orders were Issued
yesterday prohibiting vesssls passiog Fort Pu
labki without previous information ot a pacific
onaraoter. vessels are required to atop and
send a boat to the wharf at Cockspurs Island,
to convey a oommissioDsd officer aboard to make
an examination.
Advices from Pensacola state that from the
navy yard to tbe light bouse, two and a half
mllee, all the guns are ranged to bear on Fort
riekeos and command the channel.
New York, April 11 A Havana letter of
" to tbe Bxprtu ssys, tbe annexation
of
Dominica to Spain Is fully confirmed. The ar
my to sustain the movement consists of seven
thousand men and four Spanish steam fr Bates
The whole matter only awaits the Queen's rati
floatlonj President Santa Anna, of Dominica,
having formally proolalmsd her.
Tbe Pott says it is reported that the areata
of tbe Confederate States received the cold
shoulder in unmistakable terms by several of
our largest capitalists, In tbe matter or tbe loan
or tne seceded states.
The Commercial eavs that the report that Jeff.
Davis had telegraphed to Charleston not to fire
on vessels carrying mere supplies to Sumter, is
confirmed by a dispatch from Charleston to a
shipping house here.
u
be
[Special dispatch to the Herald.]
New Oxlxans. April 11. A disoatch to dais
from Ex-Gov. Roman, Commissioner to Wash
lngton, says Sumter and Pickens are to be at
tacked, but double whether war follows.
Tbe Delta's Montgomery dispatch, to dav.
y it um neeo reeoirea 10 atiaca oumier ana
Kokos Immediately on the arrival of the Uol-
ted States fleet
New Yoif. Aorll 11 The fommlaalonera
tbe Confederate States sailed from Havaca
the steamer Clyde for Europe.
A schooner arrived at Key West on tbe 27th
from New York, with ordnance and stores
Fort Taylor. The supplies ere very exten
sive, and embrace all appliances for a long siege
New Yore, Anil 12 Some of the troom
whioh arrived per the steamer Coatzalcoalcae
VtAkalll A IV.IkmIm. 1 - A I
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From Washington.
rom tneir lunouons, it nas oecome impracU
AH cable to continue the privilege of bonding lor
Washington, April 11. Receipts from Cus.
tB ot tbetwo weeks ending April 9ib, I860,
were i1.u,-.n, ana tor tbe two
correspond
weeks this year $1,5000,667; Increase,
$39,416. Tbe Secretary of the Treasury open
bids this evening. Tbese exceeded tbe amount
Treasury notea offered, namely: tt.901.000
about $439,000 at rates ranging from par to
87.100 premium. The Treasury is now In rood
conaiuoni no part or tbe proceede of last week'
loan nas yet been used, nor will it be used for
some time.
Receipts from customs for two or three weeks
met have nearly equalled all thedemanda on tbe
'ireasurv. I be Secretary of tbe Treasnry has
prepared a circular of Instructions to collectors
customs. 1 be circular oonoludee as follows;
The control of the warehouses of tbe Govern
ment in the several States of South Carolina,
Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Tex
and fiorida, bavins been usurped under the
alleged authority of these States, and the offi
cers of customs acting under the authority of tbe
umiea atatee naviog peen loroibly exoluded
ZSSZZiA B
tbU do entries for transporilon ia bond to ihoie
fww vtu uj per ui i bhvu uutjii utuorwiio uirwfcca
this Department. In the case of merchan
dlie entered for transportation before tbe re
ceipt, by the Coltieton, of tbese instrtotlone,
transportation bond to tbe porta of South Caro
lina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana,
Florida a.d Texas, will be canoelled on pay
ment of tbe duties at the Collector's office at the
port of destination, after the United States
officers at suob port have ceased to issue tbe law
cancelling certificates.
V. M Jackson, ef Madison, bos b;cn appoint
Marshal, and J. B Cogswell, of Milwaukee,
nlihlftt iitwiM AfWIaMnal,,
V. " " , "V, pXit Pl.t ...m
The meu of the West Point Flying Artillery,
now in Washinston,reoelved orders to keen their
revolvers constantly loaded, to be readv lor im-
mediate action. Part of the volunteers will be
stationed at the bridge across tbe Potomac so
to defend It rrom an invading force. JN early
one thousand men are enrolled for regular ser
vice irom tbe ranis ot tbe Distriot militia.
Those wbo refused to take tbe oath of alle
giance were marohed bank to the Armory, die-
armea.ina in sir names stricKen from tbe roils.
Misses from tbe spectators aooompanied their
disappearance from the parade ground.
Uen. iadwailader, of tbe let Brleade renn
sylvania Militia, haa been ordered borne imme
diately by the Governor. The movement is
supposed to be In connection with the OCCUpa
loo of the Capital by PtnuaylraDla yoluntcere.
: Got, Hicks, of Maryland, has been In con
sultation with tbe Prealdent for several hours
to-dar. He eame here with feelings of resret at
ua eonrse toe Administration bad taken in us
seeming ooerolre polioy. But when the Govern
or heard the reasons for the present eonrse of
the rreetdent and bis advisers, and understood
the record by whioh they bad been guided, he
modiflea his opinion to a very great extent.
vVasbinotoii, April ia. unly one wire is
orklng South, and that badly.
There is not a word from any point South,
thus tar.
The Virginia Commissioners arrived here this
morning. . ,
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From Boston.
Boston, April 11. Tbe working foroe at the
Cbarleatown Nary Yard has been Inoreased to
1.300 men. Rantd Dronesa Is mada tn fittlntr
out the Minnesota, Mississippi, Colorado, and
the eloop-of war Vincennes, for sea. The latter
is destined for thecoutoi Africa, to relieve tne
Portsmouth. The Niagara Is shortly expected
to arrive at this station.
During the session of the LetrUlature, the
Governor haa been authorised to inorease tbe
number of the volunteer military, and put 3,000
woods on a war looting.' AB emergency iocs
was placed at tbe disposition of the Governor!
but afterwards was withdrawn at his request.
Tbe Legislature refosed to pass a bill for
the abolition of eapltal punishment, as also to
further protect the freedom of speech, 1 No ao-
tlon wu taken on tbe resolves or tbe various
States having reference to the political oondl
tlon of the oountry, copies of whioh were trans
Bitted to the legislature by tha uorsrnor
Fobt KsABBkr. April 11-Orders were tele
graphed bare jeeterda for Col. Miles, the
beeAaaaiters 01 n ana t oompeBiee loias
try, to march without delay so Fort Leavea-
rth.- a-- " - - '
Whsn these troops leave, this post will hare
1 only one oompany 01 dragoons lor Its garrison
w ru ; ' is " 1 ti -m 1 1 1 v -
"Bosroit. Aorll 11. Jtfseph T. Baoklnehsm
died this BibroHif ; aged It. ' He Was formerly
mA tn nf ih ltnatnn CourUr. " - ,
Dr. Falfrei assumed , tbe offioe ol Fostnaster
tO-fJ;. d. K" 1 ' ' -fveit
TCiiUiirroif,' April ll.if ft Is romoreJ 'that
Qen. Beamgarti aal ismaaaea tne eraoaauo:
f Fort Banter.
From New Orleans.
New Orleans, April 11. Three companies
ol the first regiment of infantry and the New Or
leans Cadete left tbla evening lor fenaaoola.
Several companies of New Orleans militia have
rolnnieered their aervloes, and will leavethortlv.
Tbe military enthusiasm has reached the high.
est pitch, and recruiting is progressing rap
idly, . i e . . . '
A resolution was offered in tbe Board of As
sistant Aldermen appropriating tlOO.OOO for the
protection of tbe city against invasion. - It was
referred. , , .
The steamship Havana, from Havana on the
7th, has arrived. Her markets are anticipated.
Messrs Host and Yanoey sailed for Europe
on board the steamer Clyde.
Tbe steamer Coatzaooalcas left two eompa
Dies ot tbe first Infantry at Key West, and pro
oeeded to New York.
Toe aohoooer Marv P. Hudson arrived on the
97th. from New York, with ordnance and ord
nance stores and supplies for Fort Taylor.
They are very extensive, and embraoe all the
appliances for a prolonged siege.
From Texas.
Galveston, April 9. It is reported that the
United States troops left ia Texas design con
centrating at some given point. The Star of
tbe West and Empire City are still off Indian
ola.
Tbe Mexicans at Matamoras have planted
cannon pointing toward Brownsville.
Tbe Legislature has passed a bill dividing tbe
State Into Congressional distriois. Also, a bill
to issue State bonds for one million dollars, to
be scoured by a epscial tax. '
Fort Eearnet. April 11 The Pony Express.
with California dates to ibe 30ih, passed here at
o'oiock tbia morning. ,
Tbe Joint committee appointed bv the Leeis
lature to Investigate the alleged mistake in the
count of votes of the recent Senatorial eleotlon,
have coooluded tnat no election has taken place.
Joint resolutions were passed by both bouses to
go into another election. It is represented that
incuoueai is willing to abide tbe reiult of an.
other Convention.
Charleston, April 11. Roger A. Prvor has
been appointed ou Beauregard's staff.
Ueauregard, at si o clock, demanded tbe sur
render of Fort Sumter, whiob Anderson declin
ed, probably with a reservation
it is currently reported that negotiations will
opened to-morrow between Anderson and
Beauregard about tbe surrender of Sumter.
Richmond. Aorll 11. Mr. Scott offered In
Convention an amendment to the 14th resolu
tion, contemplating; a Congress of tbe Border
stales, in tne event or a response not being
made by the aon-slaveholding Suites. No ac
tion taken. . V
There ie less excitement in the city.
"
Washington, April 11. Tbe Southern Com
misaioners left for tbe South to dav. Their last
communications bave not been divulged.
Tbe balance In tbe Treasury last month is
millions one hundred and eixtv-one thou
sand dollars.
I
PmLADiLtHiA, April 11. Ail the officers of
IMavy Yard bave been ordered to be ready
aotive service within ten days, and to report
tbe frigate Minnesota on tbe 1st, and the
Mississippi on the 13th of May.
BorrALO, N. Y., April 13 The Canal Com
missioners at Syracuse to-day resolved that tbe
oanals of this State shall be open and be ready
business tne nrst ot May.
' Niw Yoix, April IS. The steamship
Vandbeibilt proceeded to the Navy Yard this
morning, having been chartered by tbe Govern
ment.
MoNTooMiar, April 11. Over seven thousand
have been offered trom tbe Birder States.
Ntw Yost, April 11 Lieut. Talbot and R.
lbew, arrived here to-day. 0
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THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
IlE INSDK4NCE COMPANY,
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JSTGfjvetm., CT. T.
Dlrldena Jannarjr 1 f 180 1 45 Per Cent.
A83KT8 fJ,8l3M 50.
Statement Jsnssjarr 1 1881
Balnnca, per statement Jan. 1st, 1860 (3,406,58 2 39
Reoelted for Premlume dur
ln th ier ISO 1763.033 SI ' '
Becclved for Intorcst daring
tb year 1660 B14.0M 10
Total reoelrj'e for 1860....S977.0C7 74
Claims by Death, 267,050 00 r
Policies lurrtn-
dertd 41,11129 '
(alariea, Post
age, Taxes, ex
change, ate 31,850 M
Oummlialons to
AscnU 51,393 30
PhyslcUns' fees. S W60 7J '
Annuities 1.S17 00 .
Dlrldends dor-
Ing th j ear 160,500 73 363,091 63 111,978 14
Pet Balanc Janoary 1st, 18C1 , 3,813,338 30
A83BTB.
on hand 9 CT84 IS '
Bonds and Mortgages cat Heal
Bitat, worm donoi in
amount loaned 8.397.P41 68
rreminm Motes, on Policle
In foroe, only drawings per
ent. Interest. 1.S79.H64 17
Kit e B0.803 97
Loansontorlp 6,93144
Premiums, Holes and fjaih, In
conn oi iranamisaion.... b,ih 71
Total Assets.
13.612,536 50
7,675 Policies In fore. Insuring SAt4B6i538
1,433 new Policies hav been Issued during th year
After a careful calculation of tha present va'ne of tb
outstanding Policies of the Company, and having the
tistystfirt amount In reserve therefor, tbe Directors
nave aeoierea a Divmrno or ao per cent, on the Premi
ums paid at th table rates, to all policies for life In force,
Issued prior to January I, I860, payable according to th
present ml of th Company.
Bate for all klndaot Llf Contingencies, Firspect
ueei, Statements, and Appl'catlona, will b furnished
wiTaooT causae, at th uine or Agencies of th Com'
pany.
ROBT. I.. PATTERSON, President.
L. C.GROVBR, Vic President.
BIN. O.MILLBR, Secretary.
II. H. HKESOTf Jgtnt, ' ''
No. 4 Johnson Block,
March 89, 1801. Columbae.0.
FIRST
OPENING OP THE SEASON
'"''IjOf ; . ,
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
ATF.ROSE'S.
T A041N OFFER TO THE PUBLIC
JL'en entlr new stock of Goods In my llot.Jual purcb
aaed in Mew Tork at tbsohtapett panic rates .all of which
ahall sell al to smaiisai prcqts, for b'eso. isy custom
and friend ar respectful Ii invited to call and exua.
mv Good and Piles, as I am determined lo sail t
cheD or cbtaser than any other hous In vholty:and
at I do my own cutting, and superintend my own busl
nsss, I feel assured , trom my long experience lo easi
ness, lo giv general tatltfaoUon. Th fine at ef work
men ar employed, and all week don itiictly lo tim and
on short notice, and warranted to at. strangers nailing
our city would insult their Interest try giving me a call
before puronatlcgsttewner., v. awnai.
marenani lauor,
marchtB-dly Oor. Blah and Town ala.
ACTBBTlBBhtXNT. 1 '
, Vet tk INSTANT ULIU
, and FBBJI ANBNT OUEI of to
dUtrtaalng eomplalnt us
BKOHCHIAL 0IOABITIXI,
Had by 0. B. BITMOCR 00., 10 Kaataa It., W. T,
rnoe i per noi em rree ay poai.
FOB SAtB At ALL DBO AO I T S
aaye-dawlyts
STBaNB GSUTrUDBM. . . . BBMST . t..CSlTTBNDM.
' ' 8. & H.'T. CHITTENDEN,'
. ATT0RN1XI At LAW. ,'..'. '.w
JO0ffles, 80 William Street, Hew Tor City, and
Faasoiis' BoilDixO, Oolumbus, Ohio.
TTT'Oarelulattsaitoa pal to uonectwn. ..i.
aprllftdSm '""'"'l '"'I'w
REFKIXANT Oft WATKH.PKOOF
CLOAK CLOTHS. Also, other asakeaef Spring
Oloak Clout, in an asstrani mixtures Binding, ns-
ssls and Buttons to matcn. ain at son,
anrllS ' ivo. tv emits Hlvn street
Merchants and Agents feted,
mo 8BL.I. OCavAKI I.TT JBWE1
J. Knvelsps laevsry town in tb Union. Laswer
profits realised than en any (the tamiteb of lasmlwmdtaa.
Jar partiealare, send stamp W Oheeemt street,
Fklledelphia, PB ' " BAJtfl AM H VV-
anU-wSw
.
city
waa
1-16
It
Th
at
1
THE MARKETS.
Columbus Retail Market.
FRIDAY, April 12, 1864.
Trie following an the lttall quotations eorraewd by
rum BMtioua, wuolaiaM and retail mean, Me. 34
Whtat. ....SOaMo.lf O.tunrf . ..
Oattbtt.,..,. SOjma. Ktpt, do (KalOo
CoroS) oa. S9r MoImms V'ltl 40rSCs
Batter t ft MX 15c
Urd S 1'iki.l
tivrnv S ami.
.Ma7s
Tallow w t ol
Dried Apploa bo. .75 100
Tea s
50o.,75o (l OO
Teddo Tea SI 00
ato Coffee ft.aX(Sii)e
Viiod Feaohei... 8 7A3 (XI
White Baans 9 ba..7S(SS)ie
larado.. . w
Bio ft So
jrooms w do..S100t 75
Potatoes S im.
Salt in tack....
Salt bbl ,
Uay ton ST 00
....S1.75
soaptnox) a,..., oSMe
Boef 9 owt....
name t
Bhonlderi I,
Bait Pork S owt.
Wood oord..
..' SH
rioar e uh waw
Wilts What do S3X( 00
.. 1SIC
10
tye flonr bbl... $i 00
77Xc
Oandles.Tallow.bx. MX
Gaudies, Opal, box. . lie
a as
Hackenl No.lhfbbl
Mlcierel Nolqrbbl
ail
jooms v n i'ww
iDDle V ba 7SI 00
nacaeni no i aits.
9 751
rlomluy per buih S H 0
Whlto Fluhperh'fbbl S4 7.1
Wblt Fieli per qr bbl!2 3c
Ood riab ft 7.
Honini S bbl S6 0(
Whliky par. fall. 13(91 00
AUlns, M K. Box.... ru
Layer - wi
Saltan ft 120
uornneaiti tm..,,3KS40
vim ft vmms
sua f doa....
Dried Beef....
W6l0r runes W ft B.1X
IS He rnroips w&Vio
Timothy (9 WkaM Sil Jlorer Seed
9 uuft av
WHOLESALE MARKET.
WEEKLY REVIEW.
iLODt-sslfitt 1755 00 for red, and S5SJ33 50
ior wuiic.
Wbxat-mIss dall at S0gj,,
Ooa wles dall at 8.1c.
Oiia-aalesat )8SS0j.
Bra email wle at (S5o.
Cl ' eno-salea at S3 23 7i.
Timotbv Stan sales at SI 75.
Hav-aales dull at SU7.
Fotatou sales t V5c
Bxams sales at S3 l-2c(?J75c.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, April 12.
VLOUK recelDtS Of B8 70hhll! tn.rk.l ,.,i
naipricci unorDgn; aa'ee or x.300 bbl at S3 irOA
3 30 for supeifln e late; S3 3SIS5 43 foa extra State:
o WSJ jo tor luperfloe extra western: S3 3035 60 for
ocimmou t medium extra western; SJ 653 7u for
sblnulng brands xt'a Hound Hum, nnu.
Plonr without important change; sales of 550 bbla, at
35(37.
bYB FLOuB toady at 13 4IXB4 10.
W UN AT receipt of 3 B43 t,nih. M.rk.t l.. .,n..
dj price e wnnoui material cnang ; sale of 45,000 bosh
at t 90 for Chicago spring; (1,30 for Canadian club:
1 A5gl S8 for winter red weatsrn; tl 4991 50 fur
BYB-flrm; at69o.
BARLEY dull at62A75c.
uunn receipts or I.VIM tmih: maikat hti...
vi w.vuv nuiu viwooe ror Old mixed western In
r.t Ann . i. An. - ' ..
uirs inu ueuTerea; oiojo ror new do at B. R
depot and delivered.
u ftvin nrm at .Mulatto mr w..im ri.n..n..
SUte.
mSV7fuir'kleot 100bb,, for mess,
BKitr Arm; sales of 350 bbls.
OUT MB ATS steady.
LARD firm: sale of 103 bbliatl)VHinun
BUTTIR In fair reuneit at lOufiUo inr fthm .n tnt
, a. ' ' '-
lur owo
0HEK8B 'sdy at 6 10a forloferlor to prim.
OOrfBB held dimly and oulet: aalea 400 hue h
!9o. -
8UOAR8 dull and In favor of bmere: aalee an fchrf.
vuoa ai sc.
HOLAB-lsS-nnchanged.
WUI-KY a ibid flrmar; ulna at 7m M,l.
18K.
BfOOKS tranaaetion ar nnS ahur-S Vnt nwlm
better and firm; Money contlnnea easy and plenty j)5
cent on Call; Sterling exchange dull 107 1-8(8108;
bankers bills Chic and R J 4UX ; 0 St T 33; III 0 Scrip
Pan 1 10, Keading 37 1-9; Kri 96 1-9; Pa Mall 79:
Canton 1GX; 0 B t Q 69X, Oal Ohio 69; Mlal
1-8: MO SO I 9: Harlem nrrfrrrart IX tja. w T n
T4X; Cumberland 1, 0 8 5'. 74, M; Onnpon do, 6'c 81;
Registered 93: llarlem 96: Bonrta 07 l a: Gri i.i m,h.
do6's.60; Tenn70I S; N 0 76; Treasnry 19's at 103(.
and X was held for th no w 6 per cU treaanry bonds
years to run bat no sale.
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, April 11.
iearocj,, xceplng tB,
local Jobbing way. and prlcea rather 1 elin below our
last quotalions-et 33 to 4 3, for sup. fine. Irom then
flgurf to S3, Is th range for th Tarione higher sr.dee.
WBBAI-laheld with greater Srmat.s.wd prlaa
is bard to buy at en thing loss than SI; asm sale
been mad for ehlpmeni, and SI 03 waa paid for
red, delivered oa Steamboat. As rema,ad yeawsday,
mitierseund off under this betler feeling.
CORN In lb car sully commands 33o. Whit
shelled la mor saleabl at 36s la balk. Mixed Is Ten
dnlU .
OATS are pUodneoent per bmhel higher and ar
mndrataomandatS6c.
BAHLBY-ts still quoted at 63, with an Inactlv
maraet. noiaera ar generally raaerre at that ft.
gur.
RYB-U more saleable at Umut bwt not offered
freely.
WHIKr-lroppd to-day to I3o, with large asles at
PBoyi8I0N8-Thr I wry littl rarlatlon Bcsa
ry in th report aim of th markei aai,rl. Th...
r reported sale o 300 to. Lard at tu i.Um,i.
country do. al 9. 900 bbla. ansa at 17. aud 93 000 lbs
Sides, averaging 36 lb , at 8X-17 frMly offend for
packed bms and Srmlyaaked for oountry. Then
sera w na nen transaction In Bulk Meat
t.1!, ,7' "o" PBbl - for
Bbonldere, B for Bide. BTy Bide ar
nam at ec, and ahcnlder at ejs to 6. Bacon wae
sold to a trifling extent at 9)4 for Bides, though bald
firmly at that figure, It la said that a few can b got at a
less. Shoulders are bald at T. hni win.., k.i.
nnleas In company with aldei,-on which the differ
nc I aeaally au. Lard wu strengthened by th
ale at 9o. and It Is easier to sell prim City at that
Is
In
of
It
a
an
be
Bgarathantobny. tin. Odm. 19.
Cleveland Market.
April 11.
fLOOR steady at anotatlons. with hut little dnlnv
f rom th local trauiaetions. Sales of SO kbit good '
extra red at St 61H, and SO do common extra at S3 00.
WBB AT Arm. at SI. 64 for red, and l,W for white.
Utttrto In light aupply. In fact, It is almost out of
mark., and lbape la non coming forward.
tunn-ain ear yei tow rrom if re at 33.
SB IDS clover Is in demand at St 00. Tlmolhv dull
S ai)C97i.
HIUHV7INSS-steady at ISo Rales of SO bbls.
SMOKED MKAT8- Bale er S.OOJ It, a eonntrvnml
Enma at Sc; 8,000 &s do dhonldert at 7a.
BUTTAR dull at yesterday s quotations.
BOOS light demand at So.
0BBE3B rood demand. Sal of d.000 aa Wil.n
Rctarvt at 8io.
Baltimore Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
BALTIMORE, April 12.
ftona steady, lToward St. and Ohio. S3 17V: City
mills held at the same rate Whsat firm, red 61,30
36; white gl 40! 50. Ookm 6ra. mixed 5650, yel
low 69(9600, white 61i$63a. Provisions Arm, and rate
oncbanged. Corria firm, Bio 18Xl3o. WaitiT
17X18X0
Philadelphia Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
PHILADELPHIA, April 12.
Pwrja firm. Wiiat dull :sxl of 8.008 buh: at
SI N Ooan-Brm; eales 8.000 tt 69s. ataas Poaa
617.50. Laan advancing. H'Xe for refused. Corrsa
rlo HXWX- WBiwt 17 KfJlBo. .
WM, KNABE & CO..
AT TIIFIW NfcW axi,t:S-fv " "',
1. BOOM, XO. ISO MALTIMOBM aT
BOS. 1, S, S and 7 If. IDT AW BT
Offer for al their oetebratcd
GOLDEN MEDAL, ,
URAMU
AND8QARE
PLAN0-F0RTE8.
Beln hlihly recommended by th nrat Frsrtason and
H osteal Amatearsof tne country, ana
wmM ..... , r ; .
IHBTBUVJSnx
. .... WAB.BA5TID FOB,
FTTBTBAB8
th mast fastidious eustcsnsr ana rely upon being
pleased in avtry retpccl. ari a. , .
lermS literal. na,nni,.aw,'
8MLTZIR k. WIBSTIB, Agents,
oetS;lidW. Oolumbus, OM
TBBA8TJBT SIFAXTMBNT OF OHI0.1 '.,
, .. Oettmaos, April 8, 1801,. , ) .
Sarlnga) Sarnie of, Cxxoinnati :
All PERSONS HOLDING THE CIB
eu latins Note ot the Saving Bank of Olfrionatl
will present ihs tame at thtt erne fcrtejdaaptwa, where
VDy win o paid in run. . ..
apr dim r. eivna. i reaaarvTor n aw.
NEW HOOr SKIRT. ..i. v.vir.'.i'
'J- He. 9, BOOTH HITJH BTBilt! ' ' V '
Have lust received a new make of HOOF SKIRTS
Dnlshed In a manner far superior t any yat imtredood
tOl.. nlrt'... 1- f(.,i i.' tl 1 1 r. M ... n. '.n. .
V tDR ABILITY AND GRACEFULNESS,
, US 93, " V I' ' '! ' .J .' - 1
-r
Gents' Linen Shirt Collars,' tw
rT SVPERIOB QsjAMTT, in
I f bote. a,.ni(n. a.ma. Paraleuav. Benfrew and
thaw aew ehapee. liemmed Pocket Haadtercti'.er iteck
Ilea. Btocka, street ana avening eio i
very kind. Under 0arinnU and all kinds ef Oenta' Fur
aaalag flood la gnat variety audi at mrxieiat prme.
I, " . ' BAIN BON,
falAfa ' ' 1 , HO. nftV DVUU, UItU lnnT,,
MV3
AtTKtsB dk TIIHKAO S-AYCIt HU I S
tlegant auatioee ir uaaa, Bave, mraaee auit
great variety
1
, BAIN a.
.aaagU
i 11 1 '
Ml-i
.(.X-tst w
OlfNETi; KIFH OJIS TABU, AUD
R
KUCKB1, nwW (ly ? opanw ty -
T -nn Jtri'l"'" ""''
aprUS
; PEOF. WOOD'S
RESTORATIVE
AND
BLOOD REKOVATOIs ; '
la nrMleel 1
t what Its oaaa Indicate, for, vhllrl
bleaaant to th last). It la rerlrifyi ng, exhllarat.1
log. Invigorating and trangtnenmg i in viiai
power, ana at in (am urn rarivmea, ran
iiatee, end renews th Blood in all its purity, aui
thus at ono r 44 tor u and rtndtr th tytttm in
UndHtraiU tt aUncki of Mum. It Is tbe only
preparation aver onorea so ine woria.
sally and skillfully combine ss to b Ui most
p werful tonli. and at the am time to perfect I v
idaptad to, aa to aot in parteotacoordano with the
laws of nature, and neuce will twin IHt wxuceti
tfomacA, tod ton np th dlgestlv organ, and O
Ih.a all.B.II ..M.AM. .M Rlto. li 1. 1 inn f , .I
per ectly exhilarating, and at tb tune time it Ui
com posed entirely of vegctablea, yet so combined
as to produeetne moi t tn iroyn ionic enact, witn
out nroducina any In I urlous cunMqucaccs Suob
b k
lob
tor
a remedy hat long hrtu felt to be a desideratum
be medlcul wnrli', ror It needa no medical asm
proceeds and indeed laya the tys'em open to the W
Insidious atlaoka of many of the most fatal, such, L
r.-r example a tne following: Unntnmption, in
Idlgeitlou, Dytpepela, Loss of Appetite, t alntneas,
Xervoui Irritability, Neuralgia Palpitation of the
Heart, Melanoholy, Might SwaaU. Languor, Oiddl-
neaa. netantion or. aa well ae rainini ooairnciea
loo profuse, or too toenl Menstruation, and Pall
ing of the Womb. These all depend upon general
debility. This pur, healthy, took) Cordial and
Hlood Renovator it as aar la ears as tn sun to
a
da and aet. There it no mistake about It. But
his Is not all. If tb t stem is weakened, we are
pen to bilious attacka. tb liver oei omu torpid,
Jr wore diseased, th kldoeje refute to perform
'heir functions, and we are troubled wl'h acaldlng
nd lnoonllnanc or nrlne, or Involuntary die
'chine of th same, pain lo tb back, aide and be.
tween tn snouiders, cxeetdiotiy iimi to mini
(coins, ooughs. and If ui.cttecked. soon emaciation
ollows. and tha patter. t goe down to a premture
91
grave. Bat spa, e will not allow us lo enumerate I I
be many Ills lo which w arc liable In a weakened i
oonditlon of th system. But w will say, la this
Cordial and Blood Renovator yon hnv a perfct,!kJ
safe, pleasant and itTectual remedy for Icaa ofQ
Ai.nat ta. hi inuanraa. v .in mm weaa ana aicv v
4tcmuh, Languor, Liver Complaint. Chlila and
fever, or an Bilious attack. Ootilvenrse. Acidity
of th stomach, Nervouaneaa, Neuralgia, raipiu
tlon of th Heart, Depression of Spirits. Boras,
tMmules on th Pan, or any dlstas arising from
mpnr blond, such aa scrofula. Erysipelas. Bron I
cnitis, uougn, oimcaity or Breatntng, ana an mat
class of dlseajes called femal weakness, and R1
ennmeratea eoove. we win also say in iraveieriM
expoted to epldtmlcs, change of climate and wat-l
er, win nod it a pieaaant, aale ana ur remeay.
tod non should ever travel without. Reader.
try it. for we aunrs yon you will find In It a triend
indeed, aa well ss a friend In need. All personsofl
:0
wdentary habits will nnd It a perfect preventive oil
as well as cure for those ailments to wmon they are
particularly (xpooed. Henoe mlnlsteri.students,t
U
torneyi, llierary gentlemen ,and ladles who ar not
aocustomed to much outdoor exercise, will nnd It
o their advantage to keen a bottle constantly on
hand: and. above all, mothers, or th becoming
men; will go tbrougn that moat dangerous period
act only wth all their accustomed strength, but
afe and free from th thousand allmenta to prer.
alentaaong th female portion of tb world. In
kort. It la Indeed a mother's cordial. Try It. old
ir.
and onng; no longer run th iltk of delay; It will
relltve and nrove itaelf emphatically a Batora
0
3,
Ilia Cordial and Blood Emovator.
0. J. WOOD, proprietor. 444 Broadway, New
York, and 114 Marke t Street, Bt. Louis, Mo., and
sold by ROBBRTS At BAMUBL, Columbus, Ohio,
'and all good Drugglite. Price One Dollar
per Bottle, march'28-dltwMwly
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS7
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?.
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
BELLINGHAM'S
CELKBRATBD
Stimulating Ongnent,
For ths Whisker and Hair
The enbaeribera tak sleasun In announcing 0 Ih
Oltiiens ol tbe Untied States, that Ihey bsve obtained tbe
Asener for. and are now enabled to offer to the American
publlo, the above Justly celebrated and world-renowned
article. Th
STIMULATING ONGUENT
prepared by Da. C P. BKLtlNQBAal, an eminent
phyeician of London, and is warranted to bring out a
UUCCKIOI t
"Whiskers ora Mnstache
from three to sta week. This srtlets I th only on
th kind need by th French, and la London and Paris
IS In unlvareal use.
It is a beautiful, erraemlea!, soothing, yet stimulating
oompoond, acting aa if by magi upon tb root, causing
beautiful grawih ef luxuriant hair. If applied to th
aralp, tt will cur SaLOnm, and eaur to pring up in
place of th bald spots a fin growth of now hair. Ap
plied according to direction, li will turn an or towt
hair dark, and restore gray b air to Its oilslnal color,
leaving It aoft, smooth, and flilbl. Th "0 nuoanr" is
Indiapansabl articl In every gentleman'a toilet, and
alter one week'a use they would not for .ny consideration
without it.
Th subscribers an th only Agents for th article In
tha Cniied Bute, to whom all order must be addressed.
Price On Dollar a box for sal by ail Druggist aod
Dealers; ora box of the "Onguent" (warrant! to hav
desired effect) will b taut to any who desire It, by
(direct), aeenrely packed, on receipt ef prio and
postage, no. apply to or aaarets
HORACE L. BiaiMAM At 00-,
Muaaist, to.,
fb20d6m SH William Street. New-York.
CANADIAH & TOUTED STATES SAIL
STEAMERS .
TO AN It FHOIfl '
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW
" Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
. - 1
fvnu.
The Montreal Octan Btaamahlp Company's first -elasa
-powered Oly de-bull t Bnsamer sail owery Bat
nrday from POHILASD, carrying th Canadian am
United Btataa Uail and pasaengers,
rfOBWIQIAM, NORTH AMERICAN,
B0H5MIAN, ANGLO-SAXON,
NO HI' 11 BKITON, ' HIBERNIAN,
CANADIAN, NOVABCOIIAN.
Shortest, Ctaeapeet andQaickcaton
- veyaac arvaaa
AHXRICA TO ALL PASTS 07 ZTTBOFX.
lUiteei of Faajsjogo to Eirx)po,
30. oe. 80.
win aali fmra LIVBRPOOL eTrrw Wedoetday,
and from QUBBBO )T)ry Saturday , calling at
LONDONDBK.BX, to receive on noaraana iara maiiaana
Pi.wnMn. tn and froaa Ireland and Bootland.
XJTheM Steamers are built of Iran In water-tight
oompartmente, carry eacn mm experrvncM rjurgwu, hu
a vary attention is paid to the comfort and aooommoda-
Mob or naaaenrera. Aa uiev nroeeea oirroa w uvnwun.
DBBY, the gieat risk and delay of calling at Bt. John's
Is avoided,
eiaagow patera re r ar furnhhed With ntn passage
Ockaia to and rrom uonaonaerry.
Rainrn lickaia r ranted al rMaosa raiee.
OertiBoatea issued for carrying t and bringing out paa-
enger from all th principal town ot Great Britain and
Ire and. at reduced rates, oy una line 01 aieamera, ni
by th WAcHlNQTON LINB OF bAILINQ PACKBT8
leaving uverpeei every ween,
Slfht slrafta fat ana wpward pay
al la&ngiuoa, iroi.U oivft-
lasad ar Wale.
For pAa, apply at tn onto. 3 nnwAua
WATn5w TlSr., and 19 WaTEK ST.,
A-lverpooit
IAJEL sa SuELX, tjeneral Ijentt,
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONG,
nolO-lydaw , - Btttawmaa OBtea, Oolumbua, Ohio.
TRAVELLERS!
w
BIR y0q go lo New TorkJtrlv direct to th
: smintvnian arrnvnUR-u
BBOADW AT, OORNKB 01 HOUSTON STEKT,
' ' Conduet!dnth '
BTJBOPBAN PLAN..1
Good Tare,0ood Rooms, Proa.pl Attendance, and Mod-
eraM Charge.
BlSfltJI BOOM! 50 CTS. W 0TS.and II MR BAY.)
DOUBLI BOOMS aad PARLORS lo .
Tt.'fJ'''.' 1 I
ir ii twttenA. Tin Hot! bM til tM appototoMStt
of tb belt hot.s, BOftt oentrtl locfttlon. and it bMttd
Ihrongnenl ay steam. naiua.u ..
march43m Proprietor..
u,.' Ipmployment
rrtftB BTJBSCRIBKKSt DEALIMO Tt
1 aaStaDla AwAlola will tarnish mnloymnl to
a few aouve men to aes aw ageum ior ineir awaae. tv
prefwmo will be riven tboea wh ar well acquaint
ed in the district for write tney apply.
For which service utey wuuag so- way a aamry
tfreaa i i ifitt y y -. ' it
$800lo 800 pes' ear,' ana rIpeMSJ
For farthst partlcnlsir add rets ,., , . , '
u B. MOUHOUSB t CO. 'j
landS, Ixrtho Flee,
n30-d3m.
ierseClty. V.
Tl.R ACYIEI
snEGTINCS AND
a-n-v-i-M' ; .
anrnTiMH .it wMthe.ef moat eelebmled makee,
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Dr.J.H.lIcLEAN'3.
StrcngtieBiBg Cordial bajiBLJ
punnTEn.
TheCireateat Bsasiy isa Tls WcrltS,
' AND Til . '. j I
MOR SZUCIOTJI
I DELIGHT rOl
' EVER TAKEN.
TTIS NTRICT-
1 ly a aoienUna and ,
VegeUble Oompoond.
procured by th distil
Latttin nf Uaala. Herb
and Barka, Yellow l i
Dock, Blood Boot, . ) V
aaraanarilla. I I " ' .1 I
Cherry Bark and Dan- j&f f (
delion enters Into '-'
Before Minzvel Taking:
Drinelnla mm, inmrllent la thoroaghly extracted tl
my new method of dltUUIng. prodiielng deUekns, m
hileratlng spirit, and the moat INFALLIBL1 remedy for
renovatln. ik. hi.4 avatem, and restoring th stek.
sufferinw and dahllttated INVALID to UKALTU anl
BTRKNUTU.
ncLEAlffS SjTBEWOTHEWIttS SJWIla,
WIU eff(otaall eare
LITBR COMPLAtJtT, TBMPBIa, ' afaVuSTDICJI
Chronic or Hanooa Debility. Blsees of the aTtdnay
and all diseases arlslna from a disordered Lrrer r oa
Dytpeptia, Heartburn, Inward Piles, Aoldityw wos-
of the stomach. Inline of Blood tn th Head, Dall
pain or iwunmlng In V
iming in th head, Palt.tatlotl or ma nean
tad, PaiL.t
Stomach,
Valine or Weight In the
Boor Brurtations
Ohoklng or suffocating feeling when tying down, Dnrneae
or Yellowneaaof the Skin and Byea. Might Sweats, In
ward Pevera, Pain in th small of the back, cheat er aid.
Sudden flush of Ueat, Depression of Spirits, Trightfal
Dream, Languor, Despondency or any Nervone Ditei
Sores or Blotches on the Bkln, an Ivr and Ague (t
Oh!liand fever.)
Orsra irillllwa f Uttieei - -
Hav been (old during th laat tlx month., and In no In-
stance haa II failed in giving tntir eaUiftctlon. wno,
then, will entrerfmm Weakiee or Beminy wnsn atw
LEAN'S STRBNflTHf NINO OORDIAU will cor yowl
Na lanrnaM nan mn, an adrXlUat U Of th ham
diet and almost miraculous change produced by taking
this Oordlal In th dlaeaaed, debilitated and shattered
nervous system, ehether broken down ny exceae, wasa ny
nature, or Impaired by tick urea, the relaxed aud unstrung
organisation is restored In its pristine health and vigor.
MAKBIKD PEUSOIIB,
Or others conscious of Inability, from haUrr eaaaa.
will 6nd McLean Btrengthening coraiai a W"
N.n,..in. nt n,. .,,. -nA .11 who mav hav tnluiwd
tlirmselves by Improper Indrlgenc, will Bnd In tb Oor
dlal a certain and speedy remedy. . . :..).
To tb L.aUtie.
McLean's Strentbetiijig Cordial
Ii a sovere Ign and spedy cur for
INCIPIEMTCOraSfJIIPTIOIl.WHITES
Obstructed or Difficult MenstruaUon, ne.l?Dn? .J,
Urine or Involuntary Discharge thereof, waning ine
Womb, Giddiness, fainting and all Disease indoor to
Pemalea. , ,
There is no Kistake About It,
wSuffer no longer. Tak it according to Directions. It
III stimnli'e, strengthen and Invigorate you and same
h bloom of health t mount your cheek aJu. , j -y
Svery buttle ie warranted w giv auataeuoB. - 4
FOU CHIliDUEN,
If your children ar atckly, panv, or afSUe tad. McLean's
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robust. Delay
not a moment, try It, and you will b eon vl peed. .'
IT IS DEUCIOUS TO TAKE.
Oadtio. Beware of Druggists or Dealers wh mav i
try to palm upon you some Hitter or Baraaparllla traab..
which they can buy cheap, by aaylni It I J tut as good.
Avoid such men. Ask for McLean's Strengthening Oor.
dial, and take nothing else It la tbe only remedy that
will purify th blood thoroughly and at tb sum tlmV
strengthen tha system. ' - '
One tsblespoonfur taken (very morning fasting. I a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chills and Fever, fellow
fever, or any prevalent diseases. It Is put no In large
Dottles.
Prior only SI per bottle, sr 6 bottle for 7 ,".Jr
J.H. atcUSAJI,
Bol Proprietor of this Oonliel.
- Also McLean's V oleanie Oil Llnlmetrh
Prlrdpal Depot on th 00 mar of Third and Pin street,
St. Loul. Alo. , .. y ,iti ;y
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
To best Liniment In tb World. Th only eat aod
certain cure for Cancers, Plica, Swelling and Bron
chitis, or Goitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weakness of th
Mnacies, Onronie or Iofhimmalory Rheumatism, tiff-,
neat of th Joint, oontraeted tluaole or Ligaments i
Karache or loothach, Bruises, Sprain, sVoanle, Freeh
Onta, Cicera, Fever ttore, Caked BreaaU Bore Nipple,
Buxne, Bcalda, Bore Thoat, m any Innammatlon or Pain,
no difference howeevare. r hot long th diaeasaaa-ky -hav
exiaied. McLean'a Rlubrated Lislmanl I a e t
tain remedy. 1 . - J " ,
Thousands of human belrtra hav been saved a life of
decrepitude and misery by the net of tbia Invaluable mad
cine. ' " '
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC" OIL
nNBiEiYr.; '
Will reltsT pain almtwt initastaccouel. aud It wil
cleanse, purify and heal the foulest tores In an Incredt '
ly short Urns- ' ' -.-.
Fr Horace und Offcey Anliasi-wl
McLean s celebrated Llnbnnit Is fhe ocry aas and isad
Uabl remedy for the care of Spavin, Ring Buee, Wind 1
galls. Splint, Gnnatuinl Bumps, Nodes or SwellinVt. It
will never fail to cure Big Ed, Poll Tvll, Plrtokt. Old'
running Bores or Sweeny, If properly applied 1 P
Bnrains, Bruises, ticratchca. Bona or Wuunds, Cracked.
Heels, Chafes, Saddl orOollar Dalit It Is an Inhll'.Me
remedy. Apply It as directed, and a enre is Serbia W
every Instance. . i- .... t ,-
Than trifle no longer with th many worthiest Lint-.,
ment offered to you. Obtain a supply of Dr. McLean's
celebrated Liniment. It will cur you. 1 , J
J. II. McLEAN, Sole Proprietor,
' Comer of Third and Pin Street, St. Louie, 1)6
For aale by ail draggiit. 1
Foraeh) by BObBtTS SAHDBIi,'
annSC-divly Oulumbua, Oht.
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MRS, W11TSLOW,
An experienced Nurse nnd Female Physician, present
to tn attention or mouiera, tier
SOOTHING S YRUP.
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING, " - ,
which greatly facilitatea the proeea of teething, by soft
ening the guma, reduoing all lnflammatlan wil I allay ,
ALL PAIN andspasmodio action, and I , .
SfJIlE TO KEOl'lrATE THE BOWKL.S).
Depend upon it, mothers, tt will give rest to yourselves
acd .
VXLOX AHD EXALTE TO TOTJB B7AI.B.
ff have put up and aold this article for ovar ten years,
and CAN SAY, IN O0NFIDEN0B AND TRUTH, of It,
what we have never been able to any at any other saedl
sine NBVRR HAS IT FAILBD, IN A SI NOLI INnT-
ANCB, TO BFFBOT A CURB, when timely used. Nev
er did w know an Instance of dlaaatlatWott by any erne
who used It. On th contrary, all ar delighted with It
operation, and apeak in term of eomawodeUow, f It
magical eSeota and medical vlrtuea. W (peak ia this
matter "WHAT WB DO KNOW ;" after ten ywara' ear--rlence,
AND PLBDOB OUB BBPUTATION FOR TUB
FULILLMBNT OF W8AT WB HBR1 DBCLARS, In
almost svery Instance where th Infant la auHerlng from
pain and xhauation, relief will b found In ftlteen or
twenty minutes aftar thedyrup Is administered,
Thi valuable preparation tt tha preaorlptloa f oneof
the most RXPSRIENCBDand SKILLFUL NURHB la
New Bngland. and baa been used with NBTBB FAIL
INOBUOCBSSIn .
THOUSANDS Of CASES.
It not only relieve the child from pain, uat lvt-or-atta
the stomach and bbwels, corrects acidity, and give
ton and energy to th whole system. It will almost In
stautly rehev ' w a
oa.p.o IV TEX EOWBIS, AVD WIND couc
and ovroomeonvuiion, wnleb. If aot speedily reme
died, end In death. We believe It tb BBitT and SUtt
K8T RBMKDT IN TUB WOKLD, in all aawg wf DYB
BNTBRT and lilAKttlltBA IN CHILDBJtAt, whethsr
It arise from teeth lug, er from any other eauMr W
would say to vry mother who nta child tufferlog from
any of tbe foiegoivg eomplalnta DO NOT LKT YOUR
PRgJUDICK NOR TUB PRBJUD1CKS0V 0THKRS
stand between you and your angering child, and th re
lief that will be BCKS je. ABSOLUTBLY BUllB to
follow the us of tblsmedtein, If timely need. lull di
rections for using will aeeompnny each bottle. No
gennbie unlet th faa timlU of CURtlBfc P(BKfN8,
New York, It ou the outside wrapper, r, , .,),;,.
Bold by all Druggists throughout th world. ,
Prl telpalOfftew, IS Ctnlar SttwatN.Y.
PRICE ONLY 23 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
otST-dkwIy. ' fw.
GUERMSEY'3 -DAlUa
rErTlOKS A
PftRVJRlVT I N
aamraatioai aad satin, and heaat the worst bum.
o)d, brute, ut, r treth woand of any kind, frwvtat
welling and pain from be Sting, nuwqall Wle, and
aoleououe plants, urtlrle, rheumatism, sgs ks lb
rt, salt rbeam, t. When take Internally, It will
potiUvely eur eweua hi hlldraea, aad give Immedlata
relief ia she worst ease ot this atrrtWe oomplatut; alva.
remove hoarsens and or threat. Flic, HS Mats a
cattle. Kbealdbe I every boat.- For aele ay Drup.
gUbiand gtoreawepera. t v im tivns,
fiw nvyrawrj p., i.n.w,.w im
esdfcwlvwi '. ---r. rt 'T -
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Notice,
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS
TnervB-iOwVi ia CHAwear vw'n
madeiu the th anteera of thlaBaak, Jauuj k
lt3l, CO WIU- v, m .a. i-inr, a . -w
Hooniu. Caaniarn tetirneu mew odjoct. - .
Beu.., wae then toted Ptaaidentaad VVA.i. . . p
pointed Oaahier. ( .. ' . f t4
Bvertrret th Board of Directors.
rshi, wJttl-dtf. .om ,W. A, FLATT. OssWcr-

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