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TUESDAY EVENING APRIL 16, 1861.
The Adums Expert Company plates us dally
u J otSo.w H for the ver, latest Ppors
jlrom the eastotu cities.
!,. American Express Company has our
thuk. for f daily Utor. la the shape of the
very latest eastern papere.
Council PaocEiiir,oj-Tbe Ulty umncii net
last evening punuan. (o adjournment.
.President Donaldson announced the standing
-nmmlttees for tbe year lBui, asioiiowsi
Ways and Means Mcbsm. ComstocK, aoer-
i ' 1 D,.rtlua
7Fire Department-Messrs. Douty, Blair and
WUSOn. ...... ,r,A
rnw.B Monsrs. uuttics, -onium, -u
Market and Market House Messrs. bmltn,
Stanrlnir and Cumstock.
Sewers and Drainage Messrs. Blair, Douty
and Staurine. . , ...
II BtauriMt;. ru I- n.nl.,.
61 and Gts Llnnta-Mcssrs. Eberly, Buttles
nS nT. revision and Prints-Messrs,
o. i iuiL..n nA Hlfiir.
T"" acs-Messrs. Mceller, Wilson
a r i
... wu.rf Lou and Gravel Bink-
Mewrs. Mealier. Eberly and Blair.
Ojodale Park Messrs. iouau'iu,wuvuw,
rw.r. .,.1 K.hur v
m.. n.i,iidmiD also presented a copy of Jacob
Hare's Ust Will aDd Testament, which was read
in which was a claim Dcque'u"B v.,
. ... ih. xii or uo uinoua. w i
charity fund for the benefit of the poor and un-
fortuna'e of the city, to be under the care,
management, and control of the City Council,
and the funds to be kei separate anu uibhuov
from other city funis referred to a standing
committee i cng o, -h' "
On 0(1 L0niaMKl fc ww i
Charity Fund Committee "
Mr.aiimDgVm," - 'r'm -
... m i n fl . it ... Allivuna nwnlnir Ttrrkn I
thlafl l rOTT. BllU J Uiurr u. a r-r 1
. . . 1 L'iJtlt allow aalrliiCT I
! nn ThirJ Street Driow 11.11 .ivj, .
that the Council caune tne sewer iu "
on the east, aide of Third street 10 buuu f""
or below Frankfort street as tney may ueem
K-nnarAiei n d to committeo on bewers and
Drainage. ... ....
Mr. flawing . WW presu
T,n waii. mid 15 otuer cii'zins owuiub rji
state on Fourth Alley, es ug
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" nhnd south side Of rourtnai-
lev from New street to Straight alley, also on
itl''?.!t ih M of Divnioo street, from
StraiBht alloy to the Poor House lane, be gut
Dtrijiii 1 rk.i.m.n nf Fifth
tered and paveare'crrvu u wua. 1
Th. ft.iinailniT irentlemen were
chairmen of the diilerent ward committees:
First Ward, Mr Smith; Second Ward, Mr.
Buttle-: Third Ward, Mr. Blair; Fourth Ward,
Mr Ebem: Fifih Ward, Mr. otaunng
Mr Buttles, from tbe select commineB to
.' f i . a I I
whom wa referred the Street Railroaa ordi-
nanoe, reported it back with amendments and
recommecucd us pa-s'ige- i
Too Btroct mtiiro.iu oiuiuui,b f... j i
' Ytat Butiles, Blair, Comatock, Douly, Eb
erly, Smith and President.
A.'...Stunrlnt find WilSOO.
Dr. Blair preieuted the articles of agreement
between tbe Utty oivu r-ugiueer
Hall and Murphy for excavating and building
aewen on Soring street and Mulberry alley,
bloh were read by tne uiera anu ." u
A resolution wbs adopted to repave the east
side of Front street from State to Broad street.
Ths Aoa Such is the name of a new quar
to family paper of sixteen pages each number,
WiW ,;tk!v in New York, and edited by
r , ,
T.L. Nichou, whoso name is laminar w iu
general public a a, able writer and journal. H"'
The first number already issued give. promise
f a handsome, intcreating and instructive liter-
ary and miscellaneous journal. Tbe price Is
$2 eyear. .Addres T. L. Nichols, Editor of
Tht age, new xotk uhj.
AsaiVALS at the O. P.-Ten convlcU were
brought to the Penitentiary yesterday by the
Sheriff of Hamilton county. Tbo number ol
convicts now in the Penitentary is 986.
n- a...u i. .i. .. nf nr columns.
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owing to tbe press of legislative matter and
war news, that many Interesting articles, orig
inal and selected, ore ncoessarlly deferred.
O" Gen. Carrinoton repeats his lecture at
Armory Hall, this (Tuesday) evening. Admit
O Yesterday lour conviots were pardoned
out of the Penitentiary by Governor Dznnhon.
Rail Road Time Table.
LtTTLt Hull k Ctn-uHDoafc Xnu B- B.
Cloolanatl tocommodatlon. S 00 K M
0:05 t. M.
11:113 A. M.
-1:55 P. M.
Ginmu ii.ov a. a.
M.tl Aceommoilatlon 1:30 r
. -i. t..i .n.19H) mldniiht 3:20 A. M.
,u.-.,.. .-'j-0.-w. dCmrtt, Agent.
' OoLDKOOi 4c OurvitAMD B. B. I
Wt.ht xor-m...V 3:40 A. M. 11:45 P. M.
?M?aTxpr,,.........n:10 A.M. 11:10 A. M.
No. 1 Kxprass....
No. 9 . do .....
Mo. 3 uo
9-m A. M. 11:38 A. U.
II ih a. u. II P. M.
3:1U P. M. 4:50 A. M.
W. J. Fill, Agent.
an. (WnHltll k OlHCINKATI B. B.
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Mail Train ....
. 3 3D A. M.
..11:18 A.M. 11:45 V. la
Jos. HoBiiraoN, Agent.
nr-vtv. .nnatiiltA nnf readers OPOD tbe
discovery of a cure for Rbeumatism,-Gout and
I. . IT D Duun. .WH.M.W-.
Neuralgia, and all Mercurial uncases, woiod
ie effected without the use of Internal mediolne,
which destroy the constitution and give tempo-
rarw relief only.
In laot it ls the only Known
AmAdv tffectinif a perfect cure, and we fed
warranted, from its reconimendations, in calling
the attention of the afflicted and those Davinj
friends soffertnz from Rheumatism, Gout oi
Neuralaia, or the pernicious effects of Mercury,
to the advertisement la another column of our
naner. of Dr. Leland's Antt-Rheumttio Band.
Pro. Wood's RysTORATivsCoRoiAL and Blood
l- -lih.it rimihi. the best tonlo Uor I
ARntlTAIVA lo, w."v-- ,
dial in the world. To thoBe who are suffering from
General Debility 'we would recommend its use-
far while it is oleasant to tbe taste, U is strength
enina to tbe system, and will at once tend t
remove ail Impmitiea of the Blood, ana eraoi-
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v . . i
cite all truces of diecaxe. It can be t.ken t)
the weakest atomacb, while those in good health
.ill at once feel Its exhilarating nowr We are
winfld'ent that after natna one bottle of tbls Cor
dial, oone will.be for a day without H. iVtm
Yor L'adtr. - - ' ,. - .
' Good We met 6u ui Jar friends yesterdaj
on Broadway, aud were atouihed at tbechanKi
la bis appearance. A tew weeks ago we sa
him. he was Dale, lean aud dei.oiedi comolaiii
Inir of weakness and debility, baviua been an
afflicted all sntoroer N w be appears to be let,
Withe and atronff : We learn he owfd his res
toratiou entirely to McLean's Strurothcnino
CoROfAL. f '
We advise all who are complaining of Gen-
ar.l nK-,lir. tn trv it: It Is certainly a verj
Wa lAirn that there are large
quantities of it selling dally. Morning HermU
rr R.'lCiaRHTRicR. No. 165 South High
fUi-ABt. has a vrv cholca assortment of Gold and
Silver Watches, fine Jewelry, Clocks, Silver
and Plated Ware, at prioes to suit the timet.
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1 VT See ' sdvertisemeut ' Of Prof. Millir's
Hair Invlgorator in another column.
GoiRNiET's Balm 1b one of tbe best remedies
(or HendKho w hMl t koown
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
Details the Evacuation of
The Border States Moving
Out of the Union!
REQUISITIONS FOR TROOPS.
JEFFERSON DAVIS GOING TO RICHMOND, &C.
Latest News from all Quarters.
Charleston. Aorll 14. The steamer Nash
rine from Neif york urivtA nere tt 3 o.-ww
An eye-witness ol the firing on Friday night
aay it was terrincaiiy grand, ana reached Its
..,., aui, auu ivavucu 1IA
0iin,x lt jq o'clock at night, when the skv wss
overcast oy ram ciouus. ine streets were rilled
with neople nearlv all niehtt also coverlne
house tops, shipping, and every available place.
towards moraine tbe fire diminished : a few
random shots oulv were tired, and were ranlied
occasionally by Fort Sumter. I
w nsn ini np iniiimAk.vw. .. m. I
B1DgiromrorHumter,U waa supposed to be
lODiyaruse. . . ,
Vesaels were in the ofllnB. arnarentlv block-
lading the port, as they remained quietly at anTod
crerv one anxiousiv waiLea in iaa ht th I
vessels would do, and fully expected that tbe
engagement would become general. At 10 A.
Sumter waa plainly seen to be on fire, tbe
names Dursting through the roofs of houses
witbin it. At this time MaJ. Anderson scarcely
Dv.wvvivva aia. Udll V'"l UliU elUU UlUTfJ iU BUI" I
diers under cover. The iron battery at Cum-
""f' "'"""'J l-" . 1 , -n. oumm
nn a Mint .nnn. M.n It. :d .A I
" v m wuhuwiih a., v iiviu tw riuou usuiuu.
. - f l. T?. .: n... j . . 1
ui an iruui till a iuBtiuK orj ana raoui-
waa regular ana accurue- l ne land oat-
was soarceiy irjureo oy toe wean nre kept
oy Anderson scarcely a missile from this
battery missed Sumter. Tbe Floating Battery
proved impenetrable. Every shot from it told
vhasi isTON, Annua. Bneiis from the mor-1
" riemi.ni wis-i, were inrown wun
-r m - . .. .. 1
creolsion. W e Sumter waa on l .
Anderson was obliged to cease bis oannonading
direct all bis efforts to out it out: Twloa hi
succeeded, and to do this bis men bad to go out-
ih. ..11. ..it 1. .? .1
.mw .uw bo. ...n uruuu tuoiiorti.
Deing exposed to a terriflo fire This was
resorted to till the Fort was on fire for the I
time, and tbe flames bad increased to an
alarming extent. Alter a few moments he or-
them to sbut tbe batteries, as tbe smoke
too thick to work them. At noon the fUmea
irom every part, and destruction seemed
. f . .... .1
Tba alarm was given last night and early this
""i"B uj uuuiuiug ui guns to aeawara.
ukoui( wm idioj( i
m inuermi truuuH to itoa at otona, out i
from parties there that tbe supposition
The Isabel is taking in provisions.
More eneines have been ant to SnmtA.
fire has been extinsuished, bnt it is neces-
to cool offthe magazines. These are very
and they are afraid to open them, lest they
- - - cumnuu. i u uuu. qi powaer is i
in the magazine
A general order of Geo. Beauregard was is
sued Sunday, to the Confederate troops. He
tbat Maj. Anderson be allowed to evao
uate oo the same terms be asked, before the
Confederacy for their bravery, for the bril-
7. : r . --..-.-.u-
privations in reducing the stronghold In the I
Sumter, says tbev oulv executed the orders of
Government ; and concludes by ordering
it was rumored tnat a salute wainredin
A m .t aMLim-H ... .1
ine British uonsui, and tbat ureat .
Britain had acknowledged our independence.
The salute was fired when Mai. Anderson left
Isabel to go aboard the Baltic He and his
wmmaua are on tneir way noma,
Thn.. " -
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mere r maor imaa Doati wntcii remain
the fleet outside. M ta. mufflsd om
Great curiosity Is manifested to know how the
on board will be used.
The fort is occupied by two comoanies the
Palmetto Guards and Capt. Halloway'e compa-K1'""'
. - . . . . . -. I lerv
i nere is no omoerot nigh grade in charge.
Ripley will probably be stationed there.
workmen are busy clearing away tbe wreck
ih k..i ..... .i i- .... r . I
mjb v.iuiiii-iKia cwi uuiuw r I
are enoamped all around tbe city. A land
la nraved for. ThA CAroiiniAn. .ant to
a mortality list In the next engagement.
men are now uouer arms. ' I
Tbe news of North Carolina aelzinvhar forts
received with greatdelight. . , .
Tbe news from Virginia Is considered hope
Charleston. Anrll 15. Anderson la on board I
Isabel. He leaves to-night to go on the
tunic. He expressed reirret at tbe deetruo-
Doubieday fired the first gun from Sumter
tbe men look bealtby and well-fed. '
tie complimented tbe Bring or Stevens' iron
but did not mink much of tbe others
walls of tbe Fort are not much damaged,
except tn appearance, are as strong aa ever
Anderson said be expeoted aid from tbe Carol!
t n,,t ,. ,h. rl.n II !. ,1.1
blood was .bed. It was tbe bert evidence
of.kiilful.ngen.,rlng , . . ...
it not ouiieieu oere toai tue nsoi win pre- I
ingress or egress to the harbor. '
It Is reported a British brie was oreventsd
Anderson evscuated with the honors of war
American flag waa brought down with a
Requisitions from the War Department.
Washinciton,' April 15 Tbe following: la the
form of tbe call oo tbe respective State Govern
lor troops, Issued through the War Depart
Sir i Under act of Congress for calling out
militia to execute tbe laws of the (Juion, to
suppress lnsurrection,repel Invasion, dta., ap
iiroved February 88tb, 17!)5, 1 have the honor to
tiely detached from tbe militia of jour State
e quota designated in tbe table below, to serve
eluuotrv or riflemen for tbe perlo-f of three
nouths, or sooner, If disoharsed v Your Eicel-
will please commuuica'e the time about
wbicb jourquoia will be expected at it reodei
J t cvwevw mw ww s vMucar-
Tuu( M j, w,n mti aaau0D tt poeeible by an
ca ai ... .
.ffloer or offloers to mutter it in to tbe ssrvlot
ind pay ol tbe United States At tbe same
time, tteoatbot fidelity to the United 8tetes
III be admiuistertd to every officer and man.
Tbe mustering imcers will be itauueted to
ac-eive no man under rank of commisstoned of-
lioer'wbo is to years apDarenth over 45 or cn'
IS, or wDa is Lot in Bbjtiual strength and
t ae quota to eato rjute is as follows: Maine,
Now Hampshire, Vermont, Rhpdel-leqd, Coo
i.tfOticut. Delaware, Ai kaoeaa,' MiobUaO. Mis
.iuri, Iowa and Minnesota, ) regiment each i
Vlasaacbu'etts. North Carolina. Tennesaee, 9
rRiDieute ech t New York, 17 rfvlmeo'Sl P'i
aylvanla, 16regiments 0hl,13regimnisjrisw
jarsey, maryiaud, Aentuoky, and Missouri, 4
rpiuienis eacbj Illinois and Indiana, 0 regl
meataeaOhlVlp.lr.la Ra,lmanla .
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u urunrea that each regiment shall consist
uu wh KKrecate orffinAFA And mn nr 7U
Tbe total thus AhA-iiai ..iii.,i. 7111
meo. The remainder.
000 men nndw th rraiHnt-t,umiLUM.
Will be OOBBDOwCd Of tfnnn. U .u- rtt..! t
Vvt uaajuusee r' i- ' , .
Hon Jno, Covode has1 orr, rri r,..it
150.000 of the loan author I. m,i k. t .i.-.i
to arm and equip the troops onWoU by - that
A delegation of Pittsburgh merchante hsTt
maue a similar tenaer,
Dispatches from the North.
I call upon all good citizens who love their
" .a PU 1 .rT?e xoUea,ent con
horses ??,.bwud Enl'8 has been brl. k all
rdrmlng. A flying artil
n. sonniM waa ..j . . : i. . ipL.
frrrfiuMH, April 15. The war news has
created intense exoltemeot. Business has been
almost suspended slnoe Saturday. .The Presi
dent's proclamation has thoroughly aroused the
military spirit! and several companies volun
teered to sustain the Integrity o( the Union. To
night there is an immense gathering at the City
nan, Tie meeting was addressed by tbe May
or, who Introduced the vanorahla Wm. Wilkins
' Raaolntiona declarlnc. nnilnir fault In the
Union. approving the course of the lenlslatlve
"wuuyvs urauuues ui iuo o.avo uueru-
ment in responding to the call of tbe President,
disregardinar nartiian feellm?. and nledcinff
lives, fortunes and sacred honor In defence of
tbe Union, and anrjointins a oommittee of public
aieiy, were adopted unnimuusiy. Aiso.a re
olution aoDroTlns of tbe action of tbo Phila
delphla Banks for prompt oSer of money to the
The meeting waa addressed bv Jtidee Wll-
ut- .. . .. .. ,
Bios. 1 no. JH. Maranal . Han. 1 . u onannon.
Dr. MoCook, Ex-Gov. Johnston, A. W. Loom
Is, and other prominent citizens of all parties,
which elicited immense aDnlause. The meeting
adjourned with three cheers for the Union, Con
stitution, and enforcement of tbe laws. '
Pa-iUDXLrHU, April 15 -The following Is a
Pch which was made by Mayor Henry to the
""tiea moo whlob threatened tne raimetco
"-w wuauu lurm
FUjr building this mornlns::
renew uountrvmrn: bv ma rraoe oi ai-
mighty God. treason shall never rear it bead or
nT" foothold In Philadelphia. (Immense
ooeenne.) Icallnnon vou as American oiti-
Bens to stand bv vour flaff and nrotent it at all
baiards, at the point of tbe bayonet, if necessary,
due in nn nn .nA.K.. ih. t rH a nt a..k
ow oitixens and their private property, (im
mense ehearini' )
Tbatfle li en emblem of tbe Government.
luuuuu - yana lis nag to testily tneir loyally Dy
Kuiair to ineir rniti n um nt nhrxin. innv
'ng to tbe constituted authorities of tbe city the
of protecting tbe peace and preventing eve
Kit whlob could be oonstrued into treason to
The Mayor then raised tbe stars and stripes
.om (P..) April 15 -The volunteer
The Judges and members of the Bar, after a
PMod Dy Hon. Tbaddcus Stephens, recewed
oath to support the Constitution
There waa a call for a meeting on Wednes
day. Es-Presldent Buchanan exhibits intense in
terest in tbe news from the South, and partlci
pates in the expression of a determination to
sustain the Government
P.Ln,u... ah i-.tk rr
-,Z7r - ,-r-"
rvuBiTirjir um iiirnKEiipAA nr aii , .una nt n ,
I" uu. w u. , r,ueui pmini.
'?? " determiuation
rS..B ,h.e ?"". lowing asido all
u,"Breno" POi'Moal opinion.
Bnrrir.o. AnrlUS tk. ,....
. . .u. u v w. mu ptou
ffreat feelintr in thin mi.u
meeting this evening at tbe Court House was
attended, and some hundreds buvo en
'''dor immediate service- Tbe enlistment
.To morrow night a meeting of citizens to sue-
n IhA 1 & , i t eta,! rt ..
rnment is cauea. rauiara rtii-
more win preside.
Bosto, April 15. A requisition wan received
worernor tnis morning tor V.twu troops,
.rar iu nuuiDgion lorouty lorinwitu. in
wruDce wuo tnis, a Council was held, and
3d, 4th, 6tb, and 8th regimeuts of infantry
ordered to assemble on the (!nmmni f rt-
morrow, for the purpose of drafting the number
The most intense excttamAnt ATtaia mnno
military men, and many who have served as
offloers la the Mexican War are particularly
uiiuu. w gav power to raise companies or to
enlist in the ranks ef those companies who are
uiusreu ior service
SniNoriiLD. 111.. Anrll is r. nv V a fata t n.
issued a proclamation to convene the Leg
islature of the State, at Springfield, on the 23 J
object, to wit
iuutw penect ers-anlSitton and
the militia of this Bute and
P thebst footing to render efficient
Also, tbe raising of eoh money and other
U tL io Mr" 00 the fore
Ha 1IMAB A . II It A f a
a special session ot the
eg'siature la oalled to respond promptly to tbe
Pbotidinoi, Anrll 15. The Jnin, h
cauea a apt a at session or the Legislature.
15.-Goy.raor Morgan sent a
- "Bw-niW VU IUJ A IXIIUOUli a
npani&maitnfk. Ha Mk.i. 2 L t .r 1
psiaiure on the President's
.uhn -11.. r - l? ,
"" a mrucitiT urireu tnH iiPiriR la.
V . .. . "
"" P"ate military companies are
ri:".T"L , 8 -u i-ui8u.. iu
5J?!fro,?r ."J10,"!1 'c',nr! offers of troops
, 7" ,7, ,
uov. Morton will Issue a nroclamailnn in,
mftpi ..lit . i , "
' V- . " wr ,'re8"'s oi volunteers,
Cincinnati, April 16 The citizens' meeting
uiBu wh an immense anair. men of all
parties participated. One feellnr onlr monl.
fested, - and that to sustain the stars and stripes
hasarda. Great activity prevails among
e military, and all the companies are fast fill-
their ranks. The Home finarrl f., th. a-
fence of the city will consist of 10,000 men,
is aai numg up. Tbe merchants he
stopped shipping goods to the South
ALiANr, April 15 Recruiting office opened
A large number enrolled.
Gov. Morgan received from tbe War Depart
ment a reauia'tlon for sevn(on .im.ni.
Tbe Legislature passed a three million bill to
and equip tbe militia.
Milwaorii, April 15. The war news created
" "H"' A -IB
V?9 i.''0! the
to "h". ""-; . ser
a -,n,inn ... .j, .u. , .
la,Xd ".ju kTi,.i "J? "
!2!?!d'"i?J h0"h?X,i,li extraordinary
session on the state of the oountrv.
A bill to put tbe 8tate on a war footing passed
both Houses on Saturday.
Phh.adku.bia. Anrll 15 . 3 o'clock P. M
The exoltemeot In this oity has subsided. At
various military rendcivous volunteers are
enlisting rapidly, and especially among the Ger
man population, ,
Clbvbland, April 16 An immense Union
meeting was held here last night, Mijm Flint
presiding Addresses were made by Senator
Wade, R P Spaulding. D. K. Carter and other
prominent cilisens of all parties. Resolutions
were aaoptea to sustain tbe Government) ap
proving tbe President's call for vnlnntAAra-
recommending legislature to make approprla-
uuue ui uiuu aim money; appoiutlng a com
mittee to ascertain tbe effioienev of the C1.-h
land military Greatest uuauimity oi feel
log prevailed, and speakers constantly inter
rupieu oy wua ooeers ana response. . Similar
proceedings and Urge meeting at Norwalk, 0 ,
Adrian, April 16. A large enthiiU,fin
meeting assembled on short notice last night,
irrespective of party Resolutions were unani
mously adopted, expressing sympathy ih tbe
aumiuuwauuu, auu rccommeutling the Uover
nor w aoops snea measures as will enable
Michigan to cooperate with other States in
maintaining tbe perpetuity of tbe institutions
bequeathed by ear eaoeetors.
A similar meeting was held in Hudson. '
8t. PacX. April 15. A deraohm-nt nf 160
men, under commend of Major . Prmbrrtou,
Ult St- Paul this morning, ea rem for. Wash
ington." ' ,
Major Morris, with 220 man. and ShermAr.'
battery, wiU follow as soon as soon as they re
turn from Fort Ripley. . . ,
Niw Yoax, April 15 A aneeial Washlntr
ion oupavoo to ins rvti mttmatea tbat special
orders have been sent to Lieut. Slemmer. , It Is
thought that be would, probably. eoen fire with.
out waiting for an. attack, If attempts were
maae to streogtosa ina. position of the Confed
erate Btatoa. " - - t-. -
A company of Federal troops left for Fort
Washington te the Potomae to day, - Some
Maryland troops will probably soon be balled
to assist in the defence of tbe Capital. More
of the local Bfllltarv companies are offering
tneirsemees w ut vwveruuiSQi.
Dispatches from the South.
MoNToomar,' April '15-Promlnent gentle
men in Virginia telegraphed to Montgomery
tbat Virginia wilr prooauiy eeoeas to morrow.
Gen. Pillow bas just arrived to offer Jeff. Davis
a division of Tennessee troops. Everybody ie
delighted with the news iron. Virginia. ,
.Vice President Stephens has arrived.
'. It is Said tbat Virginia will -site with the
President Davis will vacate his seat at Mont
gomery, the Vise President assuming bis du
ties, and will make bis bead quarters at Kich-
mond in ten days with Gon. Beauregard, ai
second in command, v. 7 : i
Gen. Bragg can take care of Pensaoola.
Th o forecoios is bv authority.
tbe Cabinet will await President Lincoln's
proclamation before taking action.
Tbe publio are delighted tbat the uncertainty
la at an end, and tbat we are entirely justified
In drivinir the invaders from our soli, no one
faela a -article of doubt aa to the result, and
the only, reeret Is tbat President Lincoln doea
not head tbe expedition. "
Wmhinoton. Anrll 15. Geo. N. Saunders
has teleirrached tbe following dispatch to Dean
Richmond. Aucuste Belmont, Mayor Wood, and
"One hundred thousand mercenary soldiers
caDnot occupy and bold Pensacola. Tbe entire
South Is under arms. The negroes are strength
ening tbe military. Tbe place will be quickly
oonauered. ' ' '
Northern Democrats standing by the South
ern people will not be held responsible for Lin
. State sovereignty Is fully recognized.
Protect your social and commercial ties, by
resisting Black Rcpublioan Federal aggression.
Pennsylvania, by ber legislature, should repu
diate tbe war action.
Tbe commerce of Rhode Island and New
Jersey is sate when distinguishable.
Hoist vour Qic.
GEO. N. SAUNDERS."
Lopisvitta, April 15 The Ciuritr, 'o. mor
row, will publish the following reply to tbe Sec
retary of War:
Your dUpatch is received. In answer, I say
emphatically, Kentucky will furnish no troops
'or tbe wicked purpose of subduing her sister
Governor of Kentucky.
April Lincoln's proclamation
received with execration. Tbe publio are fearful
ly rxoUed, and say they would rather die than re
main in the Union. The Union men denounce
the Administration. Great rejoiclog over the I
surrender or aumter.
Richmond, April 15. Ad ordinance of seces
sion will pass in two days. The Governor will
issue no proclamation till he receives sn official
copy ot freeident Lincoln's.
The Governor has received a notification of
rrqouition for 3,000 men.
PfNl.ooLA. Anril 15 Shot have bean landed
Me on nckens by tbe Federal fleet.
Wilmington, jjiL,, April 15 mere Is no
prty iu Delaware who favor tbe taking of Fort
Richmond, April 15. Tbe Commlsslonerf
presented Lincoln's reply to the Convention
Several Uoloniste declared if the President
meant to subjugate tbe Sontb, there was but
one course for Virginia to pursue. Opinion is
divided, whether to secede now or wait tbe co
operation ot the Border States. It is believed
the question will be submitted to tbe people.
All f, cl that tbe crisis bas arrived. Tbe friends
Governor ,' Letcher eay he will refuse to
entertain the President's proclamation. Tbe
general opinion is tbat Lincoln having repudi
ntcd Virginia's effort; for peaceful solution, she
must aid In defending the South. ,
Alrxandria, April 15 Lincoln's proclama
tion has Increased secesslonism ' Tbe impres
sion ig that there will be immediate secession.
LouisviLLi, April 15. The recent news has
considerably paraljxed the people, -and they
have not yet recovered from its effects. Com
panies are enlisting for tbe Southern Confeder
acy.i Jt is rumored tbat several start to-mor
row. . -, ... . T , r, t
(The citizens generally deplore, the positions of
Lincoln's proclamation. ' - . -
MoNTd'oMtrf, April DavU' anewsr
refluent iincoin'f proclamation is rough
and curt- It is as follows i
"Fort 8umterJaours,andnobody.B hurt. With
mortar, paixban, and petard, we tender to Old
Abe our Beauregard."..
Washington, April 16. Gov, Letcher, in a
private letter to a friend in Washington, Bays
adheres to the opinions formerly expressed in
fiiwr of a Central Confederacy. If, however,
there shall be further disruption, the will of
Virginia shall be tbe rule of his conduct. Any
sacrifice she requires will be made by him, and
troubles come be will take bis share of tbem.
A report was in circulation, this P. M., that
Gen. Soott had resigned, but meanwhile he
engaged with the Secretary of war
Adjutant General Thomas. ,,-
MiHrms, April 15. Intense exoitement here
and a tremendous meeting Is being
held. Memphis is out of tha Ilninn. Th...
no Union men here,
Wilmington, (N. C.,) April 15 The pro-
tslamation was received with Indignation. The
Uninn men denounce tbe Administration.
There lo sreat reintninc A. A, tha'.nw.ni1a n f
SM . O ' MV BM..-.UUV, V.
From New Mexico.
April 15 The New Mexican
mail, with dates to the 10th instant, has ar
A correspondent savs Recession is dead in
New Mexico, and tbe Union feeling very strong,
though she will go with Missouri. There will
no convention to forma State Constitution,
tbe people are almo.t unanimous sgainst it.
Tbey aro expecting a commissioner from Texas,
make overtures to tbat territory to go with
Texas. These overtures will be rejected.
The San Francisco mines are yielding good
wages to miners, sod a lares emtcratinn t. .n.
tloipated Grass on the plains Is UlU short, but
will be good in a few days.
Col. Fauntleroy and Lieut. Pegram left for
iriA Cafaa . . t 1 . t .
no uin uu tne 41 si uit. .
tort AEARimr, April 15 Col. Miles, in
command of comoanies E and F. enrt tha a...
ond Infantr-y, consisting of Lieut. Duffles.Adiu-
iJAwuioA, iuerter-Maater, Uapt.
Steele, Liout. Rays. C Band and 161 .nk ,a
me, marcnea tnis morning, via Omaha, to Fort
NlW YORK, Anrll 15 Tha atanahln PKIIa.
drlphia la rapidly loading with suns and ammu
ion, and may carry troops South. She is now
read? for sea.
A meeting of citlxens waa held to day. aad
arrnngemeuts were made for a publio meeting
suB'niu iQf vovernmeni.
Resolutions also were adopted in favor of out
tinr tbe State militia oo a war footinar. and a
question the Legislature to appropriate adequate
A number of volunteer companies are to be
formed, and General Ward, of the 8cott Life
buard, is expected to assist In tbe organisation,
of which be will have tbe command
Col Bennett's' S9'h Regiment, Brooklyn, says
win nu-tiria tor uoveromeoi to a man
Orders have been received from Washington
to fill up the Federal Renlmente as speedily as
pos-ioie , lyttoruiuog omoers are crowaea with
applicants. . , . .
It. is stated - tbat Governor Goldlog. of New
Jer.ey, will in a few days tender the Federal
authorities several thousand troops.
"i ' .. .. . .
Washington, April 15 The President bu
appointed lor Baltimore, Henry W Hoffman
Collector of Cuatomst Wdd. L. Marshall, Bar-
yor; Francis 8 Co'koran, Naval Officer:
rr.d Actiev, jnnn r mereaitn, Uhariee f
Muotaant-, ApDrii.ers; WasbloRton B iLlDhaot
IMishiil lor Mi) J ihn H lugalls, Collector for
the District of Cipe Viueent; Afilrew Stevens
is appointed Collector at Miami, Ohio; C P.
Olipbant, As. oil at a Justice, Wasbtogton Ter
mor j; lime J rower, ot rennsyivanla, lodian
Agent lor upper Missouri Agenoj; Job. B.
Holt man, jnew xotk, Agent lor ronia Indians
in Nebraska. a. ? ,?. . .,,
WAsHiNOTONAprll 15 John C, Baom ia ap
pointed Postmaster at CIncIonati.', '.
The War Department has aocepted the Gov.
ernor of Rhode I .land's offur of a regiment to be
sent to Washington without delay. Three regi
ments of the Diatriotof Columbia have tender
ed their services to ths Government.
" When Mi'jor Anderson's quarters were barn
pg, - Gen.' Beauregard sent offer! oi Stale
taooe before the white flag waa ran ap. Sen
ator Wlgfall received the sword of Major An
J "a ....... .J Vl " ., , i
IUvreuu, auu niuruw ie vw uiiu.
The fleet U itlll off Charleston.
From New Mexico. ARRIVAL OF THE NORTH BRITON.
Portland, April 10. me ateemamp nortu
Briton arrived from Liverpool with dates to the
4th, tU Londonderry en the lh. -
The Etna, from New York, aol Palis, from
Portland, bad arrived out .
Concession to the wnrklngmen in London will
probably terminate tb j atrlke.
Mr. Train has been nominally fined, on com
plaint ol obstructing the streets of London by
a hima railroad, and annealed.
Tbe French navy bas been reorganized into
Ave divisions. One division has been oroereo
It was announced that the Emperor was about
to review tbe garrison of Paris.
. Government measures are being taken for tbe
suppression of unlegalized religious assoc.! a
Reported modifications In the Ministry Depart
Paris Bourse depressed . Rentes lower.
Garibaldi was received with great enthusiasm
at Turin. Tbe epinfeas at Turin advocates the
withdrawal ol tbe French troops from Rome, as
national. Tbe Italian army will soon perform
their duties. The military lone in tbe rrovio
ces will be increase.
Tbe Emperor of Austria decreed the resump
tlon of payments in eilver on Lombardo Vc
The Porte hae ordered the blockade of the
coast of Montenegro.
Omar Pasha will be commander in-chief in
London Montr Market. On the 3d funds
declined Jo, but closed steady ; on the 4th tbe
market opened firmer) the banks bad reduced
the rate of dUoount to 6 per cent.
It is reported tbt Garibaldi and Hungarian
leaders have a perfect understanding. It is ex
pected that Hungarian diet will call Hungatian
troops from other parts of Austria to concen
trate in Hungary. If opposed by Austria, the
Hungarians will refuse to pay taxes, and an
Insurreetion will take place.
iiivERrooL, April 4. waketleld N. A Co.,
8. & Go. BAA. Co.. And othAr rAnnrt
Flonr quint and steady at 2831s; Wheat dull
with slight decline on some sorts, red 116 and
139s, white 1303s and 14s: Corn dull and last
quotations maintained with difficulty; mixed 31s;
Beef dull; Bacon dull, 49i 6d50 for Cumb'd
outs and long middles; Lard firm, fiae sorts 56.;
lanow quiet, atrgooj; no American, stocks In
market: raisins firm hot dull i Run, atAnrW .
Coffee quiet, Rio quiet; Breadstuff dull and
dosed with a deolmiog tendency. W. N. t
Co. say wheat and flour have declined slight
ly I Provisions quiet.
London, Friday. P M. Comola alnaArl 9 IV
CSyi5T. money and account. 111. C. R. ft. S.W
Jln.'.. ' '
Niw Yos. April 1 5. Quotations of Virginia
uvoey isyjo per cent, discount; UbiO die
count; Missouri 101S.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, April 16.
VLOCH recelota of to Rfffl hhi.- ...!.. j.ii ..a
lower: salea nf a OOO hhia at aa iiu. n . '
u. ewe; ei XIWA 30 ror extra Bute: 3 105 15
for snperflne extra western! S 85(3)5 50 for oomuon to
medium extra wntern; 5 5035 60 fcnhlpplng brandi
-. . . : . -- - - - .w iur lunrr
r; ulei of 500 bbli at molr 7.1.
vaauu nuvu VUIU ajianiiaian flUII knrl &A Inw.
BYJC FLODtt-B-a.io . an ditnA in r.
t . . " W - AW IVI vuiutuua W
?J1?.TT:eoell,l, of 8054 " Market hetry
and dull and lo lo.er; aalea of 5,500 buih at 1,24 for de
llrered for fair Chicago Spring; l,2 1,30 for Mil
Waukl. Olnhi M5ai;50 for whit weiterd.
BARLKV-dull at C2&75.
?attJlrIeceJPw or ,s fOT bn,hi "aiket better; sale
"" " at Dowwuio for old mixed wenem i
and delivered: UlKCo for i ,i i. i
ATB fl-fladv at 7l.4iru n .. .
gje " ,vt "wrB vuAaiao ana
fORK very firm aelee nf 500 u.l.t Ai7 u.. ..
?T??.12.,!,i,,rerl ,n 30av; buyers option for meu,
91. my id iur prime.
"'-quiet end unohanied.
"52-flrm; ealea of 50 bbls at 9J.
BUTTKR In fair ra.,11.., ., in l. 1 Alt
for Btete. 1 w " vu,
.ll".1.5i--,'ay at lOXo for Inferior to prime.
Tf nil B i nrm r fkiw A A t-r lu.
jeiee. ' "
bbli double ektra white,
ehele brand, at 16,00. and 75 bbls extra red at 94,
A,1!?1! AT"relJ. fln",r' , of '"a" track at
91,, loardo do. Nt white to any amount on ths
CORK-eteady it 34J5e acoordlDj to quality aud
T1r',y- Bale of 1 ear yellow on private termi.
DuD-a.iei or x butt Timothy at 3 50. Clover
domlnal at B494 lii.
BUTIEHo die dull end r.nl ...i.hi. u. 1. 1.
food demand al 14Alfia lor mA , .k.i a.,.. .
kAHD aelA nf Iflnn ih i .... , .
8Xc. Good eondltIonl ii a't "
008 ,ales of 6 bbls at fXo.
OllEIgS lludv at HUfSl Ur. tn nij t. .1.1 nr D.
Sales ol 500 lbs. " " " ' "
THE IttUTUAI. LIVE
8. WursroR, President Isaac AiBirr, Secretary.
Bfe Caah Assets, February 1, 1861
R1CES3T COXtANT IS TBX UXITSD STATES 1
2711 ths Profits an divided among the lnioredH
Applications aid Pamphlets can be hid by applying to
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RE in O FES AND PREVENTS IH
flammaUon and naln. and ha.li ih. a.r.1 hm
scald, bruise, eut, or freeh wound of any kind, rreventa
swelling and pain from bee stings, mosquito Utes, and
polsonoua planU, neuralgia, rheumatism, agua In tbe
oreeev a rneum, ate. wnen taken Internally, It will
positively car eroup In children, end gtvea Immediate
""""" woniraiA oi uie tarrtbie comDlaint: alto.
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"' Dueaiu oe in even nouaa. vor aaia n Drn.
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1H8I, to wit: Wa. A. Putt, Pmtdent. and Thomas
Uooora. Oathler. resigned tbelr ofiioea. Davtn Tnuii.
q., vu then elected Prealdentaad Wm. a. Platt ap-
1 . I . L.
By order of the Board of Director!,
fob 5, 1861-dtr. W. A. PLATT, Caabler,
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JCJOarerni attention paid to Collections.
: Gents' Linen Shirt Collars,
Or SVr-EBlOB QUALITY, 11 OtK.
HOTB. Itanding, Brn. Prtigea, benfrw and
othrnwhap Hemmen Pocket Handkerchiefa Neck
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MALTESE THHBAD LACE HI ITTS
of elegant jaalltia lor Udtea; alto, Miaaea' Mitts
a grant variety . , ,. BAUf'B.
RBKl.t.NT OR VATKR-PHOOr
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Blgh rtreel, have J net opened new Mgle of Ctova Oia
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Hlaclt Milk, very heavy, deeiined exprenly for
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emrti m . i .
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DIAL . .., t -
WIU sffeotually eaie
trVIB COMPLAINT. DXBfBPBIA. JAVBDICB
Ohronleor Nerrou DeMllt. Pimm f tha Kldnm
and all dlieam arialng from a disorder! Uwr r BUna-
ou, uyipepiuh uearUMire, Inward rues, Aebtlty or blet-
lew oi the Htomach. iu lineal of Blood to tbe Head, Dull
pain or twimmlnn in the bead. Palk.tatioa of the Heart
rullneeeor Weiibt In theBto-ueL flout BnicUtinnr
Jhoklui or lU-fooatlnir feallna whan UlnaAam. Drvnftaa
orVellowneesof theiluand lyea. Night Sweats, la
ward rerera. Pain In the email of the baek, ehoat or old.
Sudden Iluehee of Homt, Dtpreulon of BnlriU, IrlirhKak
vrcuw, uaniruor, uetponoeacy or any Nervous 1)1
Some or Blotebea on the Skin, an A Waaar ana rn
Overa imillets ol Settlee : "
Have been aold durluc the I tat elx aontba and In nn Ia.
tance haa It failed iu giving entir eAtlibcika Who,
then, will tud-rrrmi Weak eea or Debility whea Ho
LEAN'S STUlSNOTIlENlbO COKDIAL will eaie ytmt
No laniruue can eonvee an adeuuat Idea of tha immm-
dlate and almoat miraculous change produced by takint
Uila Cordial In the dieeaaed, dcbiliiatod and shattered
nervous s.vatem, whether broken down by exoees, weak b
nature, or Impaired by akkneie. the relaxed and aostnna
otganitation Is restored to iu priatln health aud rigor.
. MAHR1ED PEHSUN, ,
Or others eonedoua of Inability, from whatever eaosa.
win una ncLeant etrengtbenlng gerdlala thorouk
regenerator of the ayatem; and all who My have Injured
theniMlveaby improper Ind. Innrea. will find In the Oar-
dial a certain aad apeedy remedy ji i
To the iia4tee.
McLi'dn's SireijsUipniiu tVdiai
Is a sovereign and speedy Mrs for " ' ' - '
IWCIPIENTCOrkKli OPTION. WHITEN
Obstructol or Plfficult Uenetniatlon. incontinence of
Urine or Involuntary Dlaebarge thereof, falliug of Ihe
Womb, GldilnMt, Vainlinv and all Diseaees Irwldne t -
There is no Kistaks About it '.' "h '
wflul.er no longer. Take it according to Dlrecllooe. It 1
illatimulate, etrengtlien and Invigorate you aad.oauea
(be bloom of health to mount your cheek again.
very bottle te warranted to give eeUefacttwa, .(
If your children are aickly. Dont. or afflicted. McLean !
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robwat. Delay
"l a moment, try it, and yon will be convinced.
jrj, jg DELICI()Ug "JQ TAKE.
Cannon. Beware of EroarliUor Sealer, who
to palm upon you some Bitter or Bartaparilla traat, '
Wlnrb they can buy cheap, by tayini it la Jut aa team, i
Avoid turn men. Aik lor McLean 'a BtranrthA-,li,a ilax
dial, and take nothing elM It ia th only remod. Uiat
will purify tbe bluod Uiori.ut'hlr and al the laiua lino
strengthen the system. .'if;
tine tatileipoonrul taken every morniuf faetlne. Ii a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chill, and fever., V.I low
rover, or any prevalent diaoaaee. It la not au tn lar. a
Price only 1 par bottle, or 6 bolt lee for IS.
J.H. MoLKAN, ,
Bole Proprietor of thi. CorrtlaL
Alto McLeana Volcanic Oil Llalmeiii.
Pr- dual Deoot on tl.a oomar of Third and Ptna lra.i
r.ouU, Uo. J .. j
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
The heat Llntcent in the World. The only eafe and
certain cn.- for Cancera, Piles, Bwellinin and Brnu-
chitia, or Goitre, Paralytic, Neuralgia, Weakaeao of the
Muaciee, Chroniu or InUan-matory Rheumatiam, Btifl-.
nem of the Joints, contracted Muscles or Llgamenta I
Karache or Toothache, Brultes, Bpraina, Wound., rrettr
Cute, Ulcers, Fever Bona, flaked Breaata Bora Mlpulea,
Burnt. Bcalde, BoraThoat, or any Influnmation or Pain,
difference how aeven, or ho Ume th ill.i a mij
have existed. KcLean's Oeletnted Llnlatent b tan
tain remedy. . T
TDouianas or numaa Mien have baas iavd lira at
decrepitude and misery
e nee of this tu rateable and-
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
LINIMENT - ; tVi-
Will relieve pain almost lbstantaneoitaly, and It wn -i
clean at, purify and heal tb foslett wa ia aa iaandl
ty snort urn. .
Far Horses and Other Animals.
afcLeaa s eelebrated Llnlioent I th only aefla aad r-,
..... awuivM ,V. M-V UHIC U, DW1I, aiDE WIW, WlCA
alU, Bullnta, Unnatural Bumna. Nodes or Bwellleea. . ft 1
never tall to cur Big Bead, Poll Evtl, Platula, 014
running Bore or Sweeny, if properly applied. Vor
Bpralni, Bruiae, Bcratcbea, Sore or W- , Orac'eed
Heela, Charea, Saddl or Collar Galls It h aa tafaUiMaa
remedv. Apply it a directed, and a ear ie eenain la .
Tiion woo no lotnr with th aaany wortkkM LUrl--
BenU otfered to yew. Obtala a sunaly of Dr. haLaaqfe-
eei.tirated Liniment. It will oere you. . r.
J. H. rtld-EAN, flol PraprlMon -'-u
Oomar of Third and Pine Street, St. Louis, It
f or sale by all druggict. - ,
For tale by ; R015KTB A 8ABUKl.,r
ug-diwly Colsuakw Ohio
(iperienced Nun and Pemal Physician, preteat
to the attention of mothers, her
SOOTHING S i'RUJP,
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING. T-J
which greatly facilitate the proreas of taelhtn. bv oft-
ening the gum, reducing all Inflammation wil 1 allay
ALL PAIN and apaamodic action, and ilk
SfJKETOKEGCLATE THE BOWKLff..
Depend upon It, mothers, 1 1 will lv rctt to yoaraelve
BELIE? AWD HEALTH TO TOTJB HFAK1I.
VT have ent uo and auld thi. article for aver ten veaia.
and CAN SAY, IN OONPIDKNCB AND TROTH, of II, '
what we have never been ab'e to eay w any ether medi
cine NEVER HAS IT PA I LED, IN A SINGLE (NU
ANCE, TO EFFECT A CURK, ahen timely aard. Nov
did know an Inetanc of dissatlsfoetlon by any en
who uied it. Ou the oontrary, all an delighted with Its
operatiuna, aad tpeak In terme of eoaimendatloa of It
mtgloal edecte and medical virtues. apeak la thiai
matter V H AT WE Du KNOW;" after ton yean' .ni.ev
rleno AND PLEDGE OUR REPUTATION VOR TBA
rULILLUBNT UP WHAT WE HERB DECLARE lw
almoat every inttauo where the infant la .offering from
pain ana exnau.uon, rener win b found in HI una or
twenty minute after thveyrup ia admlniturcd.
Thlavalnahl preparation it the prescription of or
thmut KXPaKIKNCEDard SR1LLPUL NCR MS la
Aew England and haa been used with NAVE PA1L
ING bUCCEHS in
TtSOIiKANDS OF CAaf-S.
Itnotoi-ly relieve Ih child from pain, uot Invigor
ate, ihe atomich and bowels cornet aolillly, and Kirea
ton aud enemy to the whole system. It will alamt In '
ttantly nliev , - , . t .
GB.P.SG IS THE tOW18, AND WINu COUO
and overcome convuisioii, waieh. If not tpeedllyrit."
nieil, end Iu death We believe tt lb BEbT and SUR
EST K..MKDY IN TUE WOHLD, in all eaa.nf DYk
ENTERY and DIARRHOEA IN OUILDRKM, whethe
arise from trthing, or from any other can. . We
wouid uy to every aioiherwhu h.ee child iu(T..li g from
any of t"e foiegniig eoaipieltiit Do NOT LET I")t'R
rR. JUDIt.Ee NOR TUB PRBJI Dti ESOP OTHERS
.le.td tMteeen you and our autfering child, ard the re
lief ihal will be SOKE )e. ABtiui.Ui'ltl.y 8Ch te
fji low theaM f thU medicin. If timely Mi. full di
re tlun, for using will acouupany wu-h bottle None
gei nine aulas Ui fao-tltuile of t U&lldA PERKI1U,
ne lora. ts on tn outi' wtapir.
Sold Uy all Druggiat throayhout th worlj." ,'.
Prl clpniorrto. , 13 Cedar kireetlv.Y.
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
WUKS you go to New Ynrk.drlv direct to trTe"4
- - fillTHMAfb UOtSEf
BROADWAY, CORNER Of BOUITON STIKT. ' j A J"
Conducted en the '
Oixd rare, Qood Rooms, Proept ittandaac, aad Bod
rat Charges- '
8INQLB RO0H8 50 CtL TS CTB- and II PER DAT. H
DOUBLE BOOKS and PARLORS 1,5S te S3.
' ' ' ' . ., T
Ifaalt aa ordered. Thie Tlolel haa all the appotnlninil
of the best hotel., a moet central lantlon, anil It keetvd
throughout by (team. SAHURLB. KUaIi, --
TREASURY IiEPARTMRNT OP 01110,1.
, . .Cumaatia, April ii, j '
'Savincsi Ilank' bt CincInriHi l.
ALL' PERSONS IIOI.DIKO'I . V. '!r;.
culatlng Note of the b.ivlnire Rink of t'iuuun.tt
will preMnl Iheeam at this sllioe fcr rdmptiB, wtwr
they will bo paid Ie full. -aprtdlm
A. P. BTOtll.Treaeum uf Slat.
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