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SATURDAY EVENING, APRlIi . 861
LOCAL MATTERS.
Tb Adam ExpreH Company places ui dally
under obligations to 1 for tho vsryjatsst papers
from tbe eastern citiw. , r
'.'"'miihj Kraraai Company hat our
thai.ksfor Ha daily favors In the ibapa of the
very latest camera pai
SiiHatoa Coot An order haibaen entered
that the following role sball hereafter regulate
tha nraatloe of tbli Court on motloni and do
- r .
- All motloni to the court, (ezeept luoh at arlt e
la the trial of tbe caae) ahall be in writing, let
ting forth, In cases not on tbe general oocaet,
the facts on wliich iuob motion is founded, and
in all cases the reaaoos or grounds of tbe mo
tion. , ;
All motion! ihall be filed with the clerk, who
ahall forthwith docket the lame on a motion
' docket to be nrovlded and kept for that purpose,
Tbe title of the motion ahall be the title of
the oaae in which the same is made) if not made
in any ease, then entitled as in oases of a petition
Tbe dooket eball also show the date of fll
loir th motion.
Whenever a demurrer shall be filed, notloe of
the earn shall be entered, as in case of motions
on the motion docket.
, The docketing of motions or demurrers, ia
eases on tbe eencral docket, on or before
Wednesday of each week, shall be sufficient no
tioe of the same at tbe next calling of the mo-
lion' docket; and, in cases not on tbe general
docket, notloe of the filing of tbe same, given
aoeordiog to the statute, on or before Wednes
1 davofeach week, shall be be sufficient notloe
thereof for the heuinz at the next calling of
the docket. .Notice mav be waived In writing
Eaob Monday, commencing at tbe opening of
tbe Court In tbe morning, sbaii oe set apart lor
beariog motions and demurrers, which shall be
regularly called in the order in which tbey Btand
on the docket. Tbe same may, for good cause,
or want of due notice, be continued for one
week. All motions and demurrers not argued
or submitted by counsel of either party, will be
continued one week, and, If not then called np
by either party, shall be determined by the
Court, or dismissed from the motion dooket, at
the discretion of tbe Court.
Under the foregoing rale, the Court meets at
nine o'clock on Monday morning of each week,
fur the purpose of bearing motions and demur-
rers. ,'. :
. Godet's Lady's Book foe Mat. This is a
rich and splendid, number, adorned with two
beautiful steel engravings "Buttercups and
Daisies," and the "Dawning of Genius;" and
also with a doubli extension fashion plate, rep
resenting late spring fashions, and a lady on
horseback in a beautifully , colored riding dress
Beside theao, there are other engravings and
drawings, which, from their nnmber and variety,
we cannot stop to specify, but whioh render
Godit so deservedly popular with those who ad
mire the Ingenious and the beautiful.
Tbe literature of this number will be found
entertaining. "Mr. and Mrs. Rusher," by the
author of "Mrs. Slimmens," is continued, and
so Is that beautiful story of "Sunshine and
6hade." Among other excellent articles, every
reader will be pleased with, "A Great Bargain,"
and "My Forte," by a young lady, who sought
her font without finding It, till, as most readers
will think, she began her story in the May nnm
ber of tbe Lady's Book. ' " '
Tbe price of the Book is $3 a year. Address
L A. Goocr, Philadelphia.
i
Sals or Bloodid Stock. W. H. Finkionb,
of Fairfield couoty, on the Sd Inst., sold to
Bamoel Cam, of Sacramento, California, two
fillies and a gelding (two .year olds), of High
'Toga stock of Virginia Blooded trotting Horses,
for Eleven Hundred dollars. I ,
That breed of.horses Is regarded by those who
are txperts, aa fast coming Into nse In this conn
try, and as now taking the place of many other
kinds among the.best stock raisers, on account
of their high mettle," speed and bottom. Mr.
Fmkione has a number more of the same
."wck- v ' ' ; ' , ' v"v'
"" Theatre. Benefit of Ma. Barras. To
night three fine pieces are offered for the bene
. fit of Mr. Chaeles Bah as: "The Man with
Ioe la Him," In which Mr. Barras appears as
Brummel Plumper; - Tbe famous comedy of
, "Tbe Hypochondriac," in which he appears for
the last time as Vertigo Morbid The funniest
performance on tbe stage; and the charming
ojmedy of - "The Marrted Rake," with Mies
Sallii St. Clair and Mr. Barras inall the pie-
eel. An extensive Olla Padrlda of singing and
dancing filling np the Interims, and making a
most ' delightful entertainment. Mr. Babbas
deserves at the bands of our oitlzens, and will
I
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LITTLE MIAMI, COLUMBUS & XENIA R.
Columbus, April 13, 1861.
Eoitob Ohio Statesman Dear
after Monday, April 15th, trains on the L. M.,
C. and X. RrR. will run as follows t Leave
Columbus 1st train out, Aco at 5 A. M.j Ex
press, 11:50 A.M.; Mail, 1:30 P. M.; Night
Express, via Dayton, 12 M.
Returning arrive at Columbus at 3:20 A'
M.j 11:03 A. M 2:55 P. M.j and 9:05 P. M.
Yours, Respectfully, i
JOHN W. DOHERTY, Agent.
"' ' Hthenial. Licenses for the intermarriage j
of the following persons have been Issued from
.the Probate Court of tbia county, during the
week ending at noon to-day (April I3th)
Jacob 8trader and Lovina Jude; Charles H,
Sprague and Matilda - Putman; Anson Scott
and Luolnda MoClintock; John McCabe and
Elisa Coulter Gustav May and Amlnda Pettitj
v John F. Hams and Mrs. Eliza Webb; Jacob
8traw and Ellen Stewart.
,j Lewis New Gymnastics. We cannot easily
express u sufficiently strong terms, our appro-
batiott of a monthly nnder the above name, pub
' llshed at Boston, Mass., by Dr. Dio Lewis, at
l a year. The Instructions in, and Ulustra
lions otgymnastis exercises aultable for hu
man beings, though not for tltphantt, are origi
nal and valuable. It Is a companion that no
" teacher, narenf. or Indeed any one who has the
Jeast regard for health, beauty of form, or sound.
nesa of mind or body, should be without.
ID". The Oration . of Edward Eviirrr on
Tbs' Early Days of BtMJAUi Fbanelin," at
, Pike's Opsra HAule, Cincinnati,"' on Thursday
evening, issposenoias anenori wortoy to
I memory' of America's great nbllosooher: and
. 'I
.t.)Uman..homwa all Hll I, M
iwvtiw-i - - -"s.ys w mvhvis i sws
;EvtBTT wm aenver tne same oration at Ar
EOF Hall, tnis tvenuig.ii , i K
.m.t F .,il..-r. ) i I SS
US !
b.n IT There will be :IVew Chnroh, worship, to
" morrow, At 11 o'clock A. ftl.,,at the Commer.
clal Cblleee rooms, Carpenter's Block, Town
- street', i' A gentleman belonging io tbe Legisla
ture will deliver, a lecture. . ..,..''"" 1
,,';
tO-i Ah. Charlev." said one little fellow
nhnthM.; v-A are frulns- to have a flUDO la OD
..t T : . .T, ' : ....-i.v.
nous." "root mat s noining,- rrjoiuvu
other", "papa's going to get a mortgage en otw."
" ' 1 i i i ay in. ii a ik
"'CV' dr,A man should be virtuous forbii!lowniapf
nthav. n.na. Irolno- tri cat a morti-affa en orira."
tiean tor ia own sane, iuoueb Bo?oaj were
" a Mm ,1" t',1 1
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to
but
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Rail Road Time Table.
Lima Mum at Otumsci h Xswu R. B.
" . ' t-'tt ; - Lvs. , Arrives,
Accommodation 10 A. M. 9.15 P. M
sto.sbi (.sop...,' aaop.M.
Eight Biprt. 1.45 A.M. '' S.40A-M
OlSVSLAKD, OOLOKIDS OlMIMATl B. 1
hum ana Mill LOOP. M." - 1.40P. M
. Mlaht lipmi 3:25 A. M. : IM A. M
OshtaalObisB. B. . i ' 'i, i
ExT.rM.TrHa 1.00 t. M SO 4. M
kUU Train 8.40 P. M. .". 'MP. M
Prmiouu, Ooioroo It CwounuTt B. B. .
. Ixprea Train... .1:00A.M. 8.30 P. M
MailTrala S.40 P. M. i:S0P.M
OOUmiBi a IrTMAlUlOlMH. i
IColumbns, Plqoa a Indiana . n.j "
Innm Tritn 8:10 A.M. 11:10 A. M,
Jtxyrea. I rata..., 1:11P.M. 8:10P.M.
IT We congratulate our readers npen tbe
discovery of, a cure for Rheumatism, Gout and
Neuralgia, and all Mercurial Diseases, which
is effected without the nse of internal medlolnea,
wbioh destroy the constitution and give tempo
rary relief only.. In fact it Is the only known
remedy effecting a perfect cure, and we feel
warranted, from its recommendations, in calling
tbe attention of the afflloted and those having
friends suffering from Rheumatism, Gout or
Neuralgia, or tbe pernioious effects of Mercury,
to the advertisement In another column of our
paper, of Dr. Leland'a Anti-Rbeumatio Band.
Wood's Haib Restorative has acquired a
reputation from actual test and experiment
which cannot be enhanced by newspaper puffs.
In our own vicinity it has been extensively used,
and we believe In every oase with every desired
result, and receives the universal endorsement
of all who have tried It. We therefore recom
mend It as one of those few genuine nostrum
whioh accomplishes all It professes, and alt tbe
bald and gray could desire. Columbia Spy.
Good. We met one of our friends vesterdav
on Broadway, and were astonished at the change
in his appearance. A few weeks ago we saw
bim, he was pale, lean and dejeoted; complain
ing of weakness and debility, bavins: been so
afflicted all summer. Now be appears to be fat,
healthy tmd strong. We learn be owed bis res
toration entirely to MoLian's Strehgthenino
Cordial.
We advise all who are complaining of Gen
eral Debility to try it; It is certainly a very
pleasant remedy. We learn that there are large
quantities of it selling dally. Morning Herald
Tbi Quacks Compounded. Unskillful men
are vainly striving to Impose on the community
their weak, noxious compounds, as good, whole
some Saleratui; while James Pyle, with his
pure Dietetic, furnishes tbe market with a good
and wholesome article. . Depot, 345 Washing
ton Street ', New York. Sold by grocers every
where. '
D7R. Kirkfatbick, No. 165 South High!
Street, has a very choice assortment of Gold and
' . ' . . ..
Silver Watches, fine Jewelry, Clocks, Silver
and Plated Ware, at prices to suit the times.
D" See advertisement of Prof. Milleb's
Hair Invtgorator In another column.
HON. EDWARD EVERETT
In. Oolum'bus.
nON. IDWAKD ITXBITT WILL LBOTCBB IN
ARMORY HALL,
ON BATUBDAT AHO KQKDAY ETEaTTSOS,
April I3tb and ISthi 1801
Subject for 8itnr4iv Iwning-"TH1 IAHLT DATS
vr fun&un."
Sohjcei for Honday Evnu)g-"TH1 U8KS Of A9
tEONOMT."
TlokstiBSesott. BcArrtd seati Metnt.
Soon open at 7 o'oloek. Ltetnras to somounM at 8
oolook.
Tlckots for rettrvsd Mats mi; b bad during the day,
Btinraay. Apm uta, si we aui ape-dta
CA5A0ZAX ft UUITED 8TATE3 KAIL
STEAMERS' ;
AlTTAMITSlrtTITT fi "V 1 CinATfT
JUUJMLULHiXUtI, , U-UADUVW,
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
and
N'la'W YORK.
aat.awAaiM I
The Montreal Ooeas Bteamahlp Company's Sri t-elaM
fall-powered OIde-mU Steamers sail every eint
nrday from PORTLAND, oarrylaftht Oanadlan and
United Btatee sun ana paiwngers.
- NORWIOIAH. WORTH AMIRIOAN,
BOHEMIAN, ANGLO-SAXON,
NORTH BRITON, , HIBERNIAN,
'CANADIAN, MOVABCOTIAN.
Shortest! Cheapest and (Bnlckeat Con
veyance irvui
AKKBICA TO ALL FABTI OF STOOP
' Kates of Pcusenge to Europe,
IJ30, QQQ, 880. ,
wm nil tmm LIVERPOOL evrrv Wsineidav.
end from Qubuko every data r day t taiiins at
bunwnveaM) luivxinni wmrn uq wv Hiuin
pyropre, oan irom ireianaaiHi Booiiana.
irTTbew Steamers an
bant or iron, in wateMifiit
eompartments, oarry each an expenenoed Barneon. and
ever attention li oald to the comfort and aooommoda.
tlon 01 peateorera. as uey prooeea aireot 10 iun uun.
P"J; d ' lllD Jonn'
GUerow paeeenstrs an fnrolehed with ran Parnate
ooua to anairoa bonaonaeny.
Reinrn tieketi rranted at redaeM faus.'
Oertlfieatea wned for oarrrinc to and brlnrlof ont Die-
onsen from all the principal towne oOreat Britain and I
Ireiend, at rednood rt, W thti Una of iteemen, and
by the WASHINGTON L1NB VI BAUilNtt FAOKBTB,
leaving Liverpool erery weea.
Sight Drafts for Xl and upwards pay
apie in cnsianaiiireianai bcoi-
land r Wales.
Tor psjeane, apply at the Offloe. 83 HHOAara
WAY, New ilorlL, and 10 VaTEK ST.,
litverpaei, .
I BABXl BXABLZ, eeneral igsnts,
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONC.
nolO-lydfcw Btateeman Offloe, Oolnmbns, Ohio,
WM, KNABE & CO.,
AT
THEIR NEW SaEES-a 1
ROOM, HO. 1.W BALTIMORE tiT.
fir
A
NOB. l,S,Sand7N.lUTAW ST
Offer for sals their celebrated
GOLDEN MEDAL, ,
UKANU ,
AND8QARE
PIANO-FORTES.
Being highly recommended by th first Professors sad
MuslealAmauursoi u country, ana
KVBni
INSTRUMENT
nrADn.uifivrt wM
r 1 r ' n A U OA11 . a, u m UU
' ' - - flTB TIABB
The most futldlou snitomsr may rely upon being
pleased in every respoet. i .
Terms ilDenii. ea.anAosavv,
I ri.i.iri wnanian, Agenu,
ocvu;ijw, . . . , i , vuiumnua, vuio.
ADVBET18IMINT.
, . for th INSTANT BJsLIBl
and riRMANINT CPBJ of tb
distressing oomplalnl us
Uadsky 0. B. SBYMOTJR 00., 107 Nauaa St., R. T.
rnve ji pn euai seni ma ny poss, .
fOB BALI AT ALL SBUaOISTB.
arO-dAwlyl t
I
GUERNSEY'S BALM
MnBinorEa AND prevents in.
X nammaUon and i pain, and hu th wont bum,
I mIA. hvnlafi. ant. ar fraah wanr.it nf an kind. mwmiIi
AW uaHiu.ai.WH auu paiu, anu uwmm w wvn. uuib,
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w'llluK Uti trtiiB tivsaa irtBj bjudks vvnhiw itivcs Uitt
t?0.. "'ZZ'JSZT.?,
positively cure croup laemidren, and gives imaxdlat
reiteTinwi worsieaaw 01 wis mwnvm vompiaiuii aiso.
removes borsns and sort throat. Prlo. US oeit
bottl. Should b in vsry ho. For sal by Drag.
gtitamna storekeepers. mrm btuhb,
noi rroprxwr, no. i sprue ih nw lora
oaienatwiyi
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
T'IfJVB ni "AY AiOCIATB
X wl'h me. In tha flroaan bmlnul. Mr. AOAM
1.'. SLW.
Y."'."i'.r.u' nr nam. of omtio Huwajn,
"v'''"0'TOf'aastre.i.
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Colombus, March WOi, UKil.-apt-sa.
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TELEGRAPHIC!
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
CIVIL WAR COMMENCED!
Bombardment of Fort Sumter!!
Terrific Conflict in Charleston
Harbor!!!
ALL THE FORTS, BATTERIES AND SHIPS
ENGAGED!!!
Ft. Sumter Badly
Ft. Sumter Badly Damaged!
Reception of the War News Throughout
the Country—Fortification of
Washington City—Gen. Scott Opposed
to the Reinforcement of Fort
Sumter and Pickens—President
Lincoln Receives the News—Calmly—
Lincoln Receives the News—Calmly— &c., &c., &c.
Chableston. Aoril 13. The following Is the
teleirraohlo oorreaDondenea between the War
Department at Montgomery and Gen. Beaure
gard Immediately preceding the hostilities
The correspondence grew out of the formal no
tification bv the Washington Government.
which is disclosed in General Beauregard's first
dispatches. ....
[No.
CHARLESTON, April 8.
To L. P. Walker. Secretary of Wart An
authorized mesaeuger from President Lincoln
just informed Gov. Pickens and.myaelf that pro
visiooi will be sent to Fort Sumter peaceably, or
Otherwise by force.
G. F. BEAUREGARD.
[No. 2.]
MONTGOMERY, April 10.
To Gen. G. T. Beauregard. Charleston. If
yon have no doubt of the I authorized character
of tbe agent who communicated to you tbe in
tention of the Washington Government to sup
ply Fort Sumter by force, you will at once de
mand Its evacuation, and If this is refused, pro
ceed, Id suoh manner as you may determine to
reduce it. Answer.
L. P. WALKER,
Secretary of war.
Secretary of war. [No. 3.]
CHARLESTON, April 10.
To L. P. Walker. Secretary of War: Tbe
demand will be made to-morrow at twelve o'
G. T. BEAUREGARD.
No. 4
MONTGOMERY, April 10.
t. S:1 Dwn:-uniess
there are especial reasons oonneoted with your
m T J . VI t
own condition, It Is considered proper that you
should make the demand at an early hour. 1
L. P. WALKER,
Secretary of War.
Secretary of War. [No. 5.]
CHARLESTON, April 10.
To L. P. Walker, Monteomerv: The rea
sons are for 13 o'olook.
G. T. BEAUREGARD.
[No. 6.]
CHARLESTON, April 11.
To L. P. Walker, Seoretary of War, Mont
gomery: Demand sent at 3'clock; allowed till
6 o'clock to answer.
G. T. BEAUREGARD.
G. T. BEAUREGARD. [No. 7.]
MONTGOMERY, April 11.
To Gen. Beanrerardf Charleston Teleeraoh
the reply of MaJ. Anderson.
L. P. WALKER,
Secretary of War.
[No. 8.]
CHARLESTON, April 11.
To L. P. Walker, Seoretary of War, Mont
gomery.- Ma j. Anderson replies: I have tbt
honor to 'acknowledge tbe receipt of your com
manleatlon demanding the evacuation oftbis
m. nhlla.tlnn. to m. Gav.rom.nt nravant m.
I.,(UMJT nuraviiivHui .uu
it ? - k S . i til i.l
cVmnlianc.: He addsT Probably I will await
the first shot, and If you do not batter us to
pieces, we will be starved out In a few days.-
CHARLESTON, April 11. G. T. BEAUREGARD.
[No. 9.]
MONTGOMERY, April 11.
General Beauregard, Charleston: We do
not desire needlessly to bombard Fort Sumter ,if
Major Anderson will state the time at wblob,
, 1 . ... I . 1 V - (tl . .
as inuicaiea oj mm, aa win evacuate, ana agree
that in the mean time he will not use his guns
against ns, unless ours should be employed
against Fort Sumter.
x ou are inus to avoid
If this or Its equivalent
h, auUSlOQ 01 OIOOU
..f..rf. rfn.tha fc.t i;,Hma.,t
" , ' '
decides to be the most
lU
L. P. WALKER,
Secretary of War.
[No. 10.]
CHARLESTON, April 12.
P. Walker, Secretary of War, Montgom-
He wonld not oonscnt
rJ ' ne wou a..01 munm
1 write to day.
InterceDted dispatches disclose the fact that
HJTa mha hsri haan aallAf a .lnla M. In. I
. . . . .
iUIe AUA W UU UCtlel MBVU M1VWVU W VlPiH iTAVJUBV
Anderson on tbe pledge that his purpose was
Daolflo, cmploysd bis opportunity to devise a
plan lor supplying tne tort oy force, ana tbat
this plan baa bsen adoptsa by tbe Washington
government, ana wm inprogress or execution.
i
[SECOND DISPATCH.]
The ball la opened. War ia inaugurated. The
batteries of Sullivan's Island. Morris' Island
and other points were opened on Fort Sum'er at
four o'clock tbia morning, f ort Sumter bas re
turned the Are, and a brisk cannonading bas
been kept up. . JNo information has been receiv
ed from the (seaboard yet
Tbe military are
under arms,ana tne wnoie 01 our population are
on tbe streets, ana every available space facing
the harbor is filled with analoua
NEW YORK, April 12.
The HtrM'$ special correspondent savs t
Moultrie began the bombardment with two
gUDS.f to whioh Anderson replied with three
enota from nis osmetic guns, alter wnion tne
batteries at Mount rieasant, uummmgs' rolnt
end floating battery openea a brisk Are or shot
and shell. Anderson replied only at long in
lervaia until Between leveu ana tigui o ciock,
when be opened from two tiers of guns looking
wwaiu lummii muv u.v.su vauerj, uu.
urea o oiuu laiieu tu prouuee serious eueuv.
JJuring tne greater part or tne day, Anderson
directed bis shots principally against Moultrie,
tne elevens ana noanng Batteries, ana ror
T li .nne, ) jkme hAitiM Iha Anils Anna a x a as at tam set
juumuu, ; miug .uS va; vra ua.iuK
against him. Fifteen or eighteen shots struck
the floating battery without effeot.
Uaw.a nhia v A aa II m nnAnaa n aas a at A kaini tnsrla
In the sides of Fort Sumter exposed to the fire.
of the parapet were destroyed.andsev-
" """"..""'.. . L. ..
Tbe fight will ooatinue all nlgbt. .
1 be fort will probably be carried by storm.
I li as Annas eal that tha Uateeaslaaty I Ana aia.AaaIawal
a ivwiiwa " aa aastiuvi uauw gDiTou
a ahot through ber wheel house. , She Is In the
afftno- Na Alhi, ffAV.fnm.nl .htu .m In .tnht
nffino-. No aiher trnvernment ah In era In atsht.
V . r -a -.
. I .""fa.w f"S . ?J
I stnafl.
I '.J
[THIRD DISPATCH.]
CHARLESTON, April 12.
a
at
The firlne has continned all dav without In-
termission. two or pom eumter'S eunsnave
. . " - . i
i or rort Bumter-s guns nave
been silenced, and It Is reported -that a breach
has been made is thesonth east wall.
rr, . r-t . w. , .
ine auewwr to weuerai Beauregard's aemana
w- m.Ia. Anrlaram, ... ik.a k. -.m .
aerwhenbls supplies were exhausted-that is,
I 7. a . t. r a - . -
wr : "r"."1"
tr na .u uut iriuiuiuMU. .n
i Not a casualty baa yet happened to say of
tbe roroes." -
Of the nineteen batteries ia position, only sev
en have opened Are on Fort Samtsr; the remalt
I der ar held In reserve for the expected fleet
Twt thousand men reaohed this city this
en have opened fire on Fort Sumter; the remain
Twe thousand men reaohed this city
fT. n.in MUal fn than oW tt wfif he
ji - Beir4 early la th mornlns.
v P j'.ji. iL. a.. t A 1.
this
aaa.
AnpU
ments are made to prevent reinforcement of
Bomterto-tlbt. -, , . . , . .v (
Hum YobKi April 19 A special dlipah to
the Htrald says two men are wounded on Sal
livsn's Island and a numer truok by spent
proiceiues. i
Three ships'ere visible In tb offioi;, and It Is
believed an attempt will be made to-night to
reinforoe Sumter. ' J " i
From the regularity of firing, it is thought
Major Anderson has a larger ioroe than sup
posed." Rained to-day. - - -
The bombardment continues from the floating,
Stevens, and other batteries. Sumter continues
returning the fire.'' r "l' -'
It is reported that three war vessels sre now
off the bar.
The bombardment Is continuing with mortars,
and will be kept np all night, it la supposed
that Major Anderson is resting bis msn tor the
ntebt. Tbe vessels cannot get in; tne storm
is racing-, tbe sea is roueh, making; It impossi
ble to reinforce to night. The floating battery
works well. . - .
[FOURTH DISPATCH.]
Chableston. Aurll 13. The oannonadins is so
ing on fiercely from all points, from the vessels
outside and all along our ooasi. 1
it is reported that rors Bumier is on nre.
[FIFTH DISPATCH.]
' Chableston. Aoril 13th, 10:30 A. M At in.
tervals of twenty minutes, firing was kept up
all night on Fort Sumter. Major Anderson
cessed firing from Fort Sumter at 6 o'clock in
tbe evening. All night he was engaged In re
pairing damages, and protecting tbe barbette
guns. He commenced to return tne nre at 7
o'clock this morning Fort Sumter seems to
be greatly 'disabled. Tbe batter j on Cummings
Point does Fort Sumter great damage.
At 9 o'clock this morning, a dense smoke
poured out from Fort Sumter. The Federal
flag is at half mast, signalling distress. Tbe
shells from Fort Moultrie and the batteries on
Morris Island fall Into Maj. Anderson's strong
hold thick and fast, and they can be seen in
their course from the Charleston battery.
From Washington.
Washington, April 12. The Virginia Com-
miDBioDerB amveu in iuih on; mia morning, ana
during the afternoon they visited tbe Presi
dent, but not in their offloial capacity, and were
received by him dlreotly after the Cabinet meet
ing adjourned.
Tbe President has made tbe following Mas
sachusetts appointments: Charles A. Phelps,
Surveyor of the port of Boston, In place of
Fletcher Webster, who was removed st the ear
nest request of the Massachusetts Congression
al Delegation; Eugene L. Norton, Navy Agent,
Boston; Riohsrd H. Dana, District Attorney!
Jno.S. Keys, Marshal; Jno. A. Goodwin, Post
Master, Lowell; C. C. P. Baldwin, Marshal,
Geo. Howe, Attorney, for Vermont; James C.
Aiken, Marshal; and E. G. Bradford, Attorney
for Delaware; Lansing G. Vance, Post Master
at Morristown, Va.; Elorman Bennett, Post
Master, Norwich, N. Y.
Washington. April 13. The President has
directed that Capt. Wm. B.St. Johns, Of Third
infantry, and Lieut- Abner Smead, ot first ar
tillery, cease to be officers of tbe Army. The
regular troops here have been ordered, and pro
cetded to the outskirts of the city, to watch every
avenue mereto; wnue tne volunteers recently
mustered guard the armories and public build
ings, i . . . . - -
Videttos are constantly seen riding through
tbe streets.
The President, in the exercise of bis discre
tion to designate a newspaper here in which tbe
Executive advertisements sball be published. In
addition to tbe two papers publishing them by
virtue of their circulation, has designated the
National Republican.
There is comparatively but little excitement
here relative to affairs at Charleston, ' : ' ;
Washington, April 13. The war news is re.
coived here with fesliDgs of regret There is
no excitementbut tbe prospect for the future
creates a general feeling of depression.
From New York.
New Yobk, April 13 Among the passengers
in the North Star from California, were J. H.
Wade, eeq , and family, of Cleveland. We tin.
demand tbat Mr. Wade, as the representative
of the Western Union Telegraph Company,
wm entirely saoceasiui in perfecting arrange
menu on tbe Faolfio side, for tbe immediate
construction of tbe telegraph line from San
FranoUco to Salt Lake, at which point wires
wiu meei oioere now in course 01 rapid eon
struotion from S(J Louis. .... ..... , ,
New Yobk, April 13 Dispatches received
w.'i,. "X'p,.lrea
.. n- 1 . . . j . . .1 " -
" r. . ".UUB.W? P.' n
."J,M'.",ta"L T.by?
IfaSTlVf'.
Effitasd JT ' P ' f 'h' 6Ute'
terilbly taxed Houston baa been offered armed
aaAJAUf,wu iriVttHB UiBAliiyll BBjB Vftpl
Fox commands tbe vessel with nrovisions. which
Is to lead the expedition into Charleston harbor.
Tbe President received tbe war news calmly,
and with a confident feeling that he had done bis
duty In tbe matter. ,
Senator bhermau arrived from Ohio, and re-
ports the Republicans there ready to stand by
- A J !!.. . 1 . - .1 J
ww nuuiiuisvauuu to tne last,
The opinion prevaili that an attempt will be
made before sunrise to run tbe light draft ves-
sets 01 tne noet up to eumter, to reinforce and
provision It. . ' . . , , , . '
S
Montoomebt, Ala.t April 13. The President
and Secretary of W ar were serensded last night.
i ue iauer was cauea out. . tie said tbat tbe
Confederate flag would soon ba waiving over
ronoumier ana irom tne f ederal Capitol at
Washington, if the Independence of the South
ern States was not recognised, and hosOUtles
continned. '
The only disoatcb reesi ved last nloht waa from
U,.n DeureK"a. " peneved to be favora-
n a.
3
The Southern Loan.
WASHINGTON, April 12.
It is denied tbat any portion of tbe Confeder
ate States loan has been offered In New
Yoik. More than the entire amount has been
arranged at par within tbe limits of the South
ern Confederacy.
Gen. Scott Opposed to the War.
Washington. Anrll 12. -It la said the exes
dltion to reinforoe Sumter la against the advice
or uen. ooott, wbo urcod tbe evacuation ol
sumter ana ricaens. -
w,rm approval 0f the Presldent'siresent move
Portions ment, and emphatically affirms that Maryland
'
Boston, April 13. Tbe war news from
Charleston creates a profound seusation in this
city, and throughout the State. The eeneral
sentiment Is. tbat the Federal Government I
right, and ahall be sustained
. Hassiisuso, April 12. A bill has been re
ported la the House appropriating half a mil
I lion dollars for arming and equipping the mill
ue or tbe State. II provides for tbe appoint
ment of Adjutant, Commissary, and Quarter
i master uenerais, ny tne wovernor,
Providenci, R-1. Anrll 13 Gov. 8Draeue
baa tendered to the Government the services
0f the Marine Artillery, and 1,000 Infantry
I a ms . - s , .a
tna nncsrs . scoomoaDvine mem nimseir.
Xtm York, April 13 -Tbe Cmmwexali ay i
. 1 . a .t '
win give tne Aaministration ooraiai suDoort
Louisvillb. Maroh 13.-DIeDatches were re-
I . . . m - 1
i ..i-aI hsr-AfrAm th W lAnAfimdhl sal MAnr.
gomer-10 hoid (h, Kentucky volunteer regl
I D . . .... - "
ment in reaaineis to move i a moment's no-
tloe.
KICHHOND, April i. tion. jotin l tier r-
n . a . w a rw v an
celvet), this P, M., from Montgomery, copies of
PKb betwosa Ga. Beauregard
i Mam a nrtarenn . ann HMrun .r
War. Walk
' m: 7.ri V
er
These were printed and
clraulated. ;
Nosroir, April-13 Orders hate been' re
.1 A. Ul
a. .... .u. ... . , ,
i cuivcu tu u wut u, .uwriuav immsai
ata v. - - .m .j
Baltimobb, April 13 Tbe War nswi Is re
ceived with regret. Gonerel sympathy with the
Government is expressed. " ;v. ...
MoNToomav
Congress hast
MoNToonsst, April 12 An extra session of
I Congress has been called for April 29.,.,, f
April 19,-The War bill passed
hAth ks. to.
ito-nisut Titnoat atninamettt.
i. 1 .i .... . .
MmDgsisMlMM ligaei by tilt GQTWIOf. .(,,,,, -
a i I
ana
..Savannah, April 13 The lights at Tybes,
sad in this harbor, bava bsen disoonunuea tor
the present. . r.
Gen. Scott Opposed to the War. THE MARKETS.
New York Cattle Market.
REPORT
FOR THE WEEK ENDING WEDNESDAY, April 10, 1861.
TOTAL RECEIPTS OF CATTLE OF ALL KINGS, FOR THE WEEK.
Aooordlnf to the reports from the several market
plaoei la the city, there have beeo eoelred thteveek:
Sheet and
. ' B'ves. Oowi, Teals. Laiibe Bwtne. Total
At Allerton's, 8,007 26 ' 548 ' 410 .... ...
Browninc'i.... Ida 3-t IV5 9.130
O'Brleo'i,...,. 31 87 67 660
Obamherlln'i.. 98 ., S3 47 1.374 .... ' ....
Bold ba'n, Ber. H0 , .... - ....
Total.. ...... 4.379
I'lpr's week 3,749
Average No.
aw'k,rty'r.4,30t
KM
147
687
m
4581
7,1
9,134 18,884
. 8,00 90,639
336 ; 349 9,709 7,696 19,968
mavai raoit pirnuuirr itatw.
A. M. Allerton St Co., Proprietors of the Wuhlnrton
Drore-yarde, 44th-et, report the Cattle in Market from
the following Btaleis
NewTork S23IUIdoIi ..1,575
Pennsylvania.. 15 towa 354
Ohio 833 MlHoarl 1!H
Indiana. 8n7 Michleen 100
THE CLOSE OF THE MARKET.
We&netdav. April 10 The market onened lhl mor
ning with rather more life than neuel (or the olotlog
day, and, eofartawe conldiee. wllhoat any material
difference Inrateefrom yesterday, andea more bullocki
wereeoiaine nrtt ay than wee generally expected
would be yeeterdav afternoon, the broken aoDeer to feel
pretty con Aden t of being able to sell out before night
wuuuuiauy material aeoune upon me rate or yeeier
dey, which, on the whole, we do not conaklor ae good for
the drorere es the ratee current lut week, though we do
not alter the flgurei In our tab: of quotation! the dlf
ferenon li that the quality of the itock averagee much
beter. The weather ie itlll oold for the eeuon dry
and clear, and Is very favor able for the vholetal
buicneri, which makes their class of stock sell betler.
It If worthy of notice that the nickers are. and hare been
for some time, taking In large qusntlllee of plaus and
navels from the retail butchers at 57o. ft,, according
to quality, which hu a tendency to prevent the market
tor live nuiiooKe sinning tower than It Is, and the pros
pect la favorable for a continuance of this outlet for a
surplus of ooatse meat, which la the least saleable freih
any part of the carcass As an indication of the Dro
pect of the market, we notice that the speculators, who
are mosi reauy to run ou to buy droves In transllu, are
very quiet. They evidently do net look for any improve
ment next we k.
TRANSPORTATION.
We urge the Erie road to hurry up some more of the
McNeil cars. lu fart they should all be made uni
form on Ihe road. If all had sruttlei, all would have
their doors locked from Ihe shipping to the unloading
station-
At Port Jervls, lately, thieves entered a hog oar,
stuok three and dragged two out of the door, and got off
with their booty while the men wen at supper. Again,
the thieves jumped on a sheep car, going up the grade
this side of Port Jervis, and opened the door and push
ed out several sheep snd made mutton of them. This
thieving oould not prosper upon scuttle cars with lock
ed doors.
The llsrlem road Is getting a shire of Ihe bull Deis from
Albany, and of lit hu made good time and given satis
faction to drovers, who have a d irect interest in support
ing this roal In its ettorts to establish the business; be
cause It Is their Interest to maintain as many lines of
transportation as possible.
COWS AND CALVES.
no In the market for milch
cows. They ar generally better In aunearano this week
than heretofore, and will sell at about tbe same average
price, We noticed one stable of about a dosen, rather
below thearenwe auallly. sold at 11.1 r.rh wiih.mirn
calves.
Another stable of Central New York aows.wlth vounv
calves, above tbe average in appearance, theowner said
cost him, looluding freight and expenses, $i3 each,
(doubtful) and he did not expect to reillto over S-I0.
Ihe swill milkmen try to cheapen cows upon the plea of
the law before the Legislature to prohibit making swill
milk for sale, and that bas some effect upon the market.
WoiKimOiM. There is considerable demand this
week for Work Oxen, which cannot be suoDlied. Thera
but few pairs for sale in faot we don't see but two or
three yoke that were brought in especially for selling aa
workers, though a few pair more may be picked out of
lots of fat Oxen, u buyers of worsen are willing to pay
more by the pound than butoben. It li our opinion that
10U pain of Oxen could be sold here In the next three
weeks at from Sialic net a ft more than the sams grade
ot Beet Cattle are worth say from $11)0 to $1001 pair.
uuioncr 01 people win do quite aisappolnteu this week
In not finding workers In market.
We noUoed a sale of oae pair, estimated at 28 cwt. live
weight, at B140. At 55 &s a cwt. they would net 1,540
Its, which it Uo would be (138 80. This is fully lc. b
more thin they would Lave sold for to the butcher.
THE SHEEP MARKET.
BeoelpU this wevk, 4,583.
On account of Ihe drovers, we are glad to be able to
report that they are not suffering as they dil lut week,
farmers, too, will be glad to learn that the sever de
pression of prices reported a week ago hu not proved
chronic They ar batter this week, about equivalent to
He. net 9 ft, say 3c. 9 ft net for good clipped sheep,
and 11c. f ir uoelnned A lot of fine wool sella enlrf
from one flock whion cost the botcher 0 a bead, at 1.34
each. About half of the sheep eome in clipped, and the
eold weather of Monday and Tussday was very sever
upon mem. at large wnoiesn ouicner told us on Tne
day that his lut sales in Washington Market were at 70.
ft, by th caroue. .
Clipped Sheep maybe sold at 435o. 9 ft, lire
weight, and undipped onesit 5i3tlc. according lo qual
ity. . . . . ... . ... ,
Part of the a-tvtncw Is owing so the smaller supply on
sale, but Independent of that there le a better fealln
among buyers this week, and much more life In the mar
ket. The general quality of the stock is verv soed. and
with a reatonable supplj, the rates current this week will
probably continue. Barly lambs are selling at prices
that should enoonnge farmers to produce them much
nor abundantly, which can be do peiftotly easy by
providing shelter and root orons for the ewes. For
eoars forage, there Is nothing better thin well eared
corniUlks Tor suoking ewes.
Becelpts of Sheep this week by McOraw k. O'Brien. -From
New Yn: H. V. Wrlrht 103: James Carroll.
901; David Miller, 3: B. Ilunt, 143. from Misiachu
sens: rrm. Biouaart,ou; wm. Dewey, 59. Total, 669.
n
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, April 13.
f LOUR receipt of 98.70 hblsi mirkst leaastl-v
but price unchioged; sales of H.500 bbls at i SOS
30 for snneifln s tat; $S 3&S5 43 foa entra But:
93 sunaa 3U ror superfine extra weeternt S3 60 for
common U medium extra westerni Sj 65catS 7U for
shipping brand ext-a Bound Hoop Ohio. Canadian
Hour without imporlant change; sales of 330 bbls, at
3597. .
KYB FLOUR-teady at 3 40 10.
WBBAT reoelDt of IMlsuh. ifarkat iMinlln
and price without material change t salts of 45,000 buih
ft 80 for Chicago spring; 1,30 for Canadian olub:
gl 331 38 for winter red western; 1 HS.S1 30 for
wnue western, r. . . t
BYB-flnn; atGOc.
BARLEY dull it62(573c. '"
COMN receipt f l.7ut bush; matket tetter; sales
tu.uuu bush at OTisxieo for old mixed western In
store aod delivered; Gl)t03c for new do at K. R
depot and delivered.
OITB firm at 34(S3Ga for western (lanadlaii and
nut.
PORK steady; atles of 100 bbls at S17 50 sr mm.
ia firs j ror prim.
sr-nnn; sales or 330 bbls.
OUT MBAT8 steady.
LARD firm; sale of 100 bbllitdV.-fiHOKn.
BUTTEB In fair reauait it lOxAKo for Ohio ami 14a
iv lor eiaie.
CHElSaa s'eady itfkffilOo for Inferior tn mime.
OOffBE held tttmlv and oulet: sales 400 hats rlo
atlSc.
BUOARS-dull andiafiior ofbsyert; sale 40 hhds
uuoa 11 ao. 1 .
MOLABaKB unchanged.
WHISKY a shade firmer: aalas of 700 U,1a
1SW0. ,
Cleveland Market.
April 12.
VL0UB (teadv at Quotations, with no demand isld
from th local trade.
WHBAT eteadv. Bslee of 430 bush red from store at
1,03. There I no whit of consequence ou th market
na none oming forward. ..
CORN sal of a ear mixed from store at 33. and 10,
gnu dusu on private terms. .
imt arm at so an track; sal of a ear at BSo.
8BKD8 clover i nearly out of market, quoted at t4
SM.ixM. Aimotny is in fair supply and dull at Vi.WH
,7.
HIQnwiNBB ateady at loo. Bale of ISO hbls,
PORK-salea of 323 bbla mess at 1 10 00, and 123 bbls at
earns. .
BMOKED HKATB-Hsms, countrytured ar ellln
at B Sc for ordinary and well trimmed. Shoulders sell
attWB7o. -,,- . . , .
APPLR8-Drld appm ar felling at 333H.
BUIIER sales of 3 bbls new nil. fair to rood at
1S. Old la dull at quotatloD.
ROUS are selling at Ho.
OHBE8B Sale of 300 tS cholo WesUrn Reserve
Sto,andaMllbgoodtBaO. ,
ookdukal salt of a ton of city ground, at boo
cwt. : : .i . ....... ;, . .'
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, April 13.
I DOUR there la no hnprevment. Bom of th bold
srt axpertenoed a little greater sse in making ealee, but
th ienng was oy no mean general, ana purcnues could
b easily mad at is sxart for supertlae.
WBBAT dropped back again suddenly to-day aad
Millers stand off lor lower flgur than ever not effer-
Ing over SOc for red . Priots.msy b regarded a nominal
as sellers will not submit to any material decline below
tl for prim red. There I something f a market for
prim Kentucky wnii. it a cro nowever, and held
at 1 15. ' - ...
CORN keep steadily at 33 far ear; shelled nominally
at 34338c for mixed and white In bulk .:
OATS ar firm at 96 la bulk, from slor Is sanis
they Mil at xae. a usual tb market it gevsin aula
ly by the amount of thrcloi.i .'
, BARLEY la still Inactive, but Utile hems tu th
market and buyer and sellers equally Indllf stent about
operating at 63o for prim fall. - .-..
BIB is In him reqnt and is foanA to b dlAeult lo
get at th rat quotations. - W plo It at aa advano of
ana centner bush. 86(1137a. 1 -,-,.
, WH18RY w restortd to lltfo. Wilbslwtt- tttrBet
Uni Com. 13. .-'-. i .. - .
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SIT AN YKU.-AU EUTS IMS SELL
Y pukag of STATION! KX and JBWKI.RY.at
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011 oa or addn (stamp bo1o4) J. L. BAI LIT, No.
144 ooart st.-. Bosionv ssa.. . aoarca vs:a?m
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preparation ever offered to In world, o chemi
cally and skillfully oombtne ss to k tb most
o werful tonio. ana si in sum urn so perrectlv
- uianien 10. as so act io uvnva- Hwnuoia wiin uie
u aw of natuie, and heuc will tooth Uuvakut U
a,
ntomacK, and ton up th dinsstiv organs, and M
thus allay all Mrvona and ether Irritation. It l w
Composed otlrtlj of vrfatables, Jt o eombined H
nr aciiv CAUiiarauua, miu mjv miu hum 11 .
U to produOG to moss inoroaga ionic eaeot, wiin-
out producing say injurious oonssqaaaoc Buch'L
remuy ns long own iii w db b aosiuoraiam lo : tai
h medical world, tor it dcms no medical skill to,i
se thatdtblllty follow alt attacks of disease, and
proceed and Indeed laya th lystrm open to the U
Insidious attacks of many of tin most fatal, such,
for examolc. a th following: Consumption. In-
Is
Ulgestlon, Dyspepsia. Loas of Appetite, Faintneas,
Heart, Me lancholy, N Igbt BwtsU. Languor, Glddi
oess, KeUntion of, a well u Painful obstructed,
loo profuse, or too soant Menstruation, and Fall-!
ing of th Womb. Thes all depend upon general
debility. This pare, bealthy, tonio Cordial aad
It
Blood innovator is a sura 10 cur a tn son to
riaa and sat. There I no mil take about It. But
his I not all. If me system Is weakened, we arei
ipen to bilious attack, to liver becomes torpid,
or wors diseased, th kidneys refuse to perform ri
i
their funcUons, and we ar troubled vith scalding
nil InAAnllnenca of nrlne. or Inwnliintarw dlA.I
chsrg of the same, pain In th hack, sid and -! A
iween th shoulders, exceedlntlv llabl to alitht U
I 1 - V.. ..A If nnnhM,l .
rollowt, and tn panem goeiaown to a primiiare
grav. But spao will not allow a to enumerate (J
ib many Ills to which we are liable in a weakened V
loondltlon of th system. But w will say, In tbisl
Cordial and Blood Henovator yon hav a ptrrect, LJ
'safe, pleasant snd cffeetnal remedy for loss ofM
A
0
inMi ia. Hiuonaneaa. aiain enca wear ana sirb
Stomach, Languor, Liver Complaint. Chills and
Fever, or any Billon atuuk, Coaiiveness, Acidity
. . -. XT- w ... ... n ..... .
01 in otomacn,it,H1 .uu.ucw, ..euraisia, raipiia-1, ,
tlon of th Uaart, Depression or Bpints.Bores.nl
Pimple on th Face, or any disss arising from sej
Impure blood, such as Scrofula. Erysip!, Bron 1
o1
hitls, Oousli, dimcuity ot nreauung, ana an mat
oclaa of dlssasea called femal weakness, and
enumerated above. We will also ay th traveler bat
emoted to epidemic, change or cllmste and wat-
L. ill HnA I, m i.UiMnl mIm And inM r.mrHv.
and non should ever tram wiuioui, noer
irw It. forwa Atanra von foa will and In It a nna
indeed, a well as a friend la need. All persons of
ssdanlary habit will Snd it a perfect prevenUveof
a wall ai cur for those ailment to whioh they i
particularly exposed. Henoe mlnriteri jtudents.st
turney, llttrary ntlemn,nd ladle who are not
accustomed to maen outdoor exercise, will fin tl
ra their advanow to keep a bottl constantly on
band; and, urns alt, mothers, er the becoming
suchi will go through that moat dangarou period
mil onlv wtb all their aoouitomed strength, but
sf and free from th thousand sllmaat so prev
alent mor, tb female portloa of th world. In
awl. It I Indsed a aiolhsr's cordial. Try it, oirii
and joangi no long' ran th tlskof delsy; U Willi
reliiv and prove I wen empnaucauy tceMora
tiv Cordial and lood Renovator,
0.4. WOOD. proprietor, 444 Broadway, New
York, and 114 Mark t street, au i,oul. Mo., and
Isold by K0BSRT8 Sc SAMUEL, Oolnmbn. Ohio,
ana all good vrugiuia. rrree tin vousr
psr Bottl. , ".' arch-d Awsowly
; 0
ITOMTlVfi
COS
Notice,
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS
THE POMOWIltO
mad In the th officer of this Bank, January SUth,
1H61, to WIU Wal. A. Purr, President, and Thomas
Mooma. Oashtor, resigned Ihelr omort, Davin Tavio,
Bq., was than elected President aad Wit. A. Piatt ap
pointed Osahtr. - '
By order of th Board of TJlrwrtove. v
feb J, WSl-dtf. , W. A. PLAIT. Oasbtor.
Ayer'sSarsaparilla
A eom;xund remedy, designed to be tits most
effectual Akerativ that can be made. It is
a concentrated extract of Para Barsaparilla,
so combined with other substances of still
greater alterative power aa to afford sn effec
tive antidote for the diseases Barsaparilla is
reputed to cure. It is believed that such a
remedy is wanted by those vt-ho suffer from
Strumous complaints, and that one which will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
ser vice to this large class of our afflicted follow
citiens. How completely this compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
of the worst cases to be found of ti following
complaints : ,
ScitorvLA and Scrofulous Commawts,
ABRUPTIONS AND EttUPTIVB DISEASES, ULCERS,
Pimples, Blotches, Tohous. Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Srr-iiiLis and SrruiLiTio Af
fections, Mercurial Disease. Dropsy, Neu
ralgia or Tio Douloureux, Debility, Dys
pepsia and Indigestion, Erysipelas, Hose
or St. Anthony's Fire, and indeed the whole
class of complaints arising from LryuaiTT np
the Blood.
This compound will be found a trreat nrrv.
motor of health, when taken in the spring, to
expel the foul humors which fester in the
blood at that season of the year. By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are nipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through wliich the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the natural channels of the' body
by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when you find it is ob
structed and sluczish in the veins : cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood hcnltliv. and nil ia wall hut with eVila
pabulum of life disordered, there can bo no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must co wroncr. ant (he irrent machinerr of
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsnparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that Is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to bo concentrated extracts of it,
contain hut little of the virtuo of SarsapariHa,
or any thing else.
During late Tears the public have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsapurilla for one dollar. Most
of tlii'su have been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only conluin little, if any, Sarsapa
riHa, but often no curative properties whatev
er. Iloncc, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsnuurillit which flood tho market, until the
liamo itself is justly despised, and has' become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue tho
name fiom the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And we think we have ground for
lielicvmg it lias virtues whielt are irroatstiblo
by the ordinary run of the diseases it is intend
ed to cure. In order to secure their tompleto
eradication front the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
the bottle.
ritEPAREU o?
DR. J. C. AVER V CO.
LOWELL, MASS.
Price, $1 per Bottle Six Dottlea for $3.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown fur tlio cure of
every variety of Tlirout and Lung Complaint, that
it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wlicrever it has been em
ployed. As it has long liccn in constant use
throughout this section, we need not do moro than
assuro th people its ntiitlity is kept up to tho beat
it ever litis been, nutl Hint it may bo relied on to
do for their relief ult it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOIl TEX CT7RI Of
Costiventtt, Jaundice, Dysjxpsia, Indigestion,
DyteiUcry, I'onl Stomach, Eiyiiptlas, Headache,
Piles, liheumatitM, Eruptions anil Skin Diseases,
Livtr Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumort and
Salt Ilhemn, Worms, Gout, Xcuralgia, ms a
Dinner PiU, and for Vm-ifninj the Blood, j
They nre stifrnr-eomcil, to that the most sensi
tive can take them plenum tlv, and they are the
best aperient in the world for nil the purpose of a
family physic.
Price 29 cents per Box ; Fivs boxes for $1.00.
GreatnttmbersorClcrgynicn, rhysici.ins, States
men, and eminent pcrsnnnRcs, hsve lent their
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness r-f these
remedies, but our spsec hero will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish gratisour Amuuican Almanac hmhirh they
are given; with also full descriptions of the above
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure.
Do not be put oir by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make moro profit nn.
Demand Avcit's. nnd take, no others. The si k
want the best aid there is fur them, and they should
have it.
All our remedies nre fur sale by
. BOPERT8 A SAMUEL, Ooloabis,
And bv Dromist and Dealer svsrywhsr.
nov8:lyd.tAw
MBS. WINSLOW,
An experienced Nor and Female Phyddan, p resents
to tn attention oi motuera, ner
SOO THING S YRUP,S
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
which greatly facilitates th process of teething, by soft
ening Ihe gums, reducing all Inflammation wll I allay
all rain ana spasmodic acuon, ana s
8CKETOHEaf.lt. ATE THE BOttCLI.
Depend noon It, motliers, 1 1 will give rest to yoursolves
and
VSUZt AIO EIAITH TO YOUl UTAHlt.
We bar put up and eold this article for over tn year.
and CAN BAY, IN COMFIDEN01 AND TEDTD, of II.
what we have never been able to say ot any other medi
cine NKV KB. HAS IT FAILED. IN A SINGLE INrT.
ANC8, TO EFFECT A CURK, when timely ned. Nev
er did we know an Instaroc of dumtlsfMtlon by any on
who used It. on tb contrary, all ar dellgbled wlta IU
operations, and tvmk In term of oommaodaUo of It
magical eflect and medical vlrtnea, W speak ta thi
matter WHAT HI do unow;" rtr ten years' expe
rience. AND PLEDflH OH B REPUTATION FOR TUB
FULILLMENT OF WHAT WE HERE DECLARE, lu
almost every Instance where th Infant is suffering from
pain and exhaustion, relief will b fond la flluen or
twenty minutes after tuesyrup I sdmuiisierea.
This valuable preparation b th prescription ofon of '
th most EXPEKIKNOEDand SKILLFUL NCKlBg tn
New England, and has been nsed with NAVES IAIL-
INQ SUCCESS in
TIlOUIAIVIrW vr SJAStiS.
It not onlv relieves the child from pain, not tnvlaor.
ate th stomach and bowels, cornet acidity, and give
ton and energy to th whole system. It will almost In
stantly relieve
OS.P.IO 19 TEX BOWaUS, AVS WIND COUC
and ovenomaeonvohnon, wnich. It not speedily resr.
dleil, end In death. W believe It tb BEST and PUR
EST RKMEDY IN THE WORLD, In ill ease ft DF8
ENTKUY and DIARRUtEA IN CHILD REM, whether
It a rim from tewtblng, or from any other causa. W
would say to vry mother who has child suffering from
tnyof th foregolrg onmpltint DO NOT LET TOl'B
PKEJUDICES NOU TUB VKEJUDICKBOF OTHERS
tand between yon and your suffering child, and th t
111 mat will be eu nav ye, abiuluisli sues-to
follow the as of this mdtcino, If tlmlysl. Fall di
rection for asing will eeosipiy eacn notti. non
(renuln an Us the fac-dmil of tUEri A PERKINS,
New York, Is on th oauld wrapper.
Bold by all Druggist inrougaoui worn.
Prl iclpel Office, 18 CofflAr (tfveetN.V.
PRICE ONLY 85, CENTS PER -BOTTLE.
oettrdAwiy. ' ' " "-.:'v ,. '
travellers;
TtTHKN yob g to New Tor, drlv direct to th
tV , , , . SMITH SO ft IAN HUtBC,
BROADWAT, COBNEE Of HOUSTON BTEET,
K --x Coadoctid oa lha
KUROPKAN PLAN.
Ocod Far, flood Rooms, Ptompt Attendsnc, snd Mod
rat Chargaa. '
BIrtaLI ROOMI SO CTB. 75 CT9- and 11 PER SAT. -
DOUBLI ROOMS nd PARLORS 1,50 to ).
Moals as orderad. This Hotel hu all th appnlnlmsnt
of tb beet hotels, a sot central location, a. . I Is heated
throughnt by steam. IAMI KL B. sIHAD.
srchlM3m PrnprKtor.

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