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WEDNESDAY EVENING APRIL 17, 1861.
The Adams Express Company places un daily
under obligations to It for tho very latest papers
Irom tue eautorn cities.
The AmTrica.. Express Company . has our
tbanks lor its daily favors in the shape of the
vcrj lutosi. eastern papers.
How to Mitigate Hard Tmes. Tho New
buryport, Maes., Herald has Issued tbo follow
'To the farms to tho cultivation of the soil,
thn modIo must bo, when the mamifao.urlD,
.,..1 nnmmeralal business declines. Never was
better advice than that of the Bible 'When
you hear of wars and rumors of wars, flee ye to
(he mouutitiiiB.' These are words of wisdom
for these times. Shoemaker! are out or worn,
factory operatives are out of work, tradesmen
are out of work; many of them were brought
up on the farm, and to the tarm mey cm icm
with advantage to themselves. We have orowd.
ed too muob into the cities and towns, and every
depression of business leaves too many persons
dependent. If euch have not farms, any patch
of land on which they can raise, vegetables,
when they have nothing else to do, may prove
to bo vory proE'able for a coming winter. 1 here
oiiz.it to be far more land under cultivation in
MMsachusettn and Now England this year than
OTThe reader will iiud in another column
the announcement of tho lot that Mr. Wm. II.
RciTiEAUX has, by the dissolution of the part-
. ... r -
nership between hlmselt and Mr. jabis mo
ITvr hppamM Mole nronrietor of the wholesale
and retail grocery establishment In the States
man Buildiac. No. 34 North High street. Mr.
Rkbtiiuiix' assortment of goods In his line is
extensive and varied, and peoplo la these war
timet will find it to their interest to call upon
him. We can assure them that no effort on bis
part will be wanting to give them good bargains
and extend to them every posslbto accommoda
The Weathke We are now In the latter
half of April. Tho former half was, as a gen
eral thine. cloudy, rainy and cool. It was such
weather as is usually expected In April not
cold, nor yet warm enough to bring vegetation
forward too mnidlv. The continued rain was
a flue preparation of the earth for warm, dry
weather, which, it is to be hoped, will soon be
granted. At preseut, it Is unpleasantly cool,
but as the wonther is proverbially fickle, and
especially eo in April, a chwge may be expect
ed before many days.
0"A fire broke out this morning in the roof
of the North School Building. The presence of
one of the steam fire engines extinguished the
firs before any serious damage was done. As
the schools were about opening for the morning
session when the fire occurred , some Inconven
ience was experienced in getting them Into a
"Guide t Hatti." The "Haytien Bureau
of Emigration," 231 Washington street, Boston,
Mass., has published a small volumo of about
200 pages, entitled "A Guide to Haytl," edited
by James Redfath. It will be found s useful
manual for persons intending to take up their
residence In that Island.
1 I h
UT Dr. Daniel Adams, of Keene, N. H., the
author of Adams' Arithmetic, now in his eighty-ninth
year, is about to publish an improved
edition of that work. The first edition was
published nearly or quite fifty years ego.
ITT The editors lo chief of tho three most
prominent journals In Paris the Journal de$
Debatt, the Vie and the Sitele are Protes
tants. UT Gen, Carrinoton's lecture, at Armory
Hall, last evening, drew togother a large audi
ence. Many ladies were present.
Rail Road Time Table.
LlTTtf MUKI Si OotOlISDl XlWIA B. R.
Cincinnati Accommodation. 5:00 A. M. 9:05 P. M.
Express 11:50 A. M. lt:3 A. M.
Mall Accommodation 1:30 P. M. S:M P. M,
Night Express Tia Dayton.l2:00 midnight. 3:20 A. 11.
J no. W. Duukrtv, Agent.
Colombo A Cuvei.ind It. It.
Night Expreae 3:40 A. M. 11:45 P. M.
New York Exprei 11:10 A. M. 11: OA. M.
Mall and Accommodation.. 3 0 P. M. 9:10 P. M.
James Pattmsoh, Agent.
Cm nut. Onto R. R.
No. 1 Ixpress 3:30 A. M. 11:3B A. M.
No. J do 11:10 A. M- II 45 P. M.
d ... 3:10 P. M. 4:50 A. M.
PiTTteoaoii, OutxMOoa Cincihkati R. R.
MallTraln 33DA.M. 11:38A.M.
lUprenTi.U. lLlffA.M. 11:45 P. M.
Jos. Kodiksoh, Agent.
Colombo! Ikiiukopolh. R. R.
CotcMao Piqoa tt Indiana B. B.
K. 1 Kxnrtu 8:30 A. M. 130 P. M.
w a .." 3:00 P. M. 8:45 P. M
10:50 A. M.
IT We oongratultto our readers upon the
diaoovery of a cure for Rheumatism, Gout and
Neuralgia, and all Marcurlal Diseases, which
is effeotcd without the use of internal medicines,
which destroy tho constitution and give tempo
rary relief only. In lact It is tbo only known
remody effecting a perfect cur, and we feel
warranted, from its recommendations, In calling
the attention of the ofljicted and those having
friends suffering from Rheumatism, Gout or
Neuralgia, or the pernicious effects of Mercury,
to the advertisement In another column of our
paper, of Dr. Laland's Anti-Rheumatic Band.
Prop. Wood's Restorative Cordial and Blood
Renovator Is, without doubt, the best tonic Cor
dial In the world. To those who are suffering from
General Debility ws would recommend Its nee,
tar while It is pleasant to the taste, it is strength
enlng to the system, and wll at onoo tend to
remove all Impurities of the Blood, and eradi
cate all truces of disease.' It can be taken by
the weakoat stomach, while those in good health
will at once foci Its exhilarating power- We are
confident that after using one bottle of this Cordial,
none will bo for a day without it. JVne
York Ltader. ' ' -
Good We met ono ot our friends yesterday
on Broadway, and were astonished at tho cbangr
la his appearance. A few weoks ago we saw
bins, he was Dale, lean and deieoted; complain
Inc of woakness and debility, having been so
afflicted all summer. Now be appears to be fat,
healthy and strong. We learn be owed bis res
toration entirely to McLean's Strimotheninq
We advise all who are complaining of Gen
eral uebiutT to try ut it is oertain v a Ten
lileasant remedy. We learn that there are larce
quantities of it selling dally. Afornino Herald
JTR. Kirkfatriqki No. 165 South High
Street, has a very choice assortment of Gold and
Silver Watches, fine Jewelry, Clocks, BiWei
and Plated Ware, at prices to suit uio times.
ID" Seo advertisement of Prof. Miller's
Hair Iuvigorator In another column.
Gumn jit's Balm Is one of the best remedies
for Headache we have ever known.
STIRNI CHITTENDEN. . , , HENRY T. CHITTENDEN
H. T. CHITTENDEN,
..,. ATTORNEYS AT LiW. :
ETOfflcei, 80 William Street, New York and
PioirSon.Dimi, Columbus, Ohio. , ' .
H70ft attention paid to Collection!.
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
Immense Preparations for Civil
RESPONSES TO THE PRESIDENT'S REQUISITIONS
Maryland to Furnish her Quota!
Virginia Forts to be Garrisoned by
Massachusetts Troops! Virginia Supposed to Have Seceded!
SOUTH PREPARING FOR THE CONFLICT!
&c. &c. &c.
Dispatches from the South.
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ww a. mm isiiitiim m nri s . r i a s 1 a ri ea a a a
had strong inducements offered him to oro.eed
to New York city and orcnoize a reeiment of
Zouaves. If he does not ro thither, be will re -
pair to Illinois for a similar purpose.
tie nas declined the oommiasion in the army,
which was tendered him
I wenty toos of crane and eboll were sent
to Georgetown against an attack on Washing
The Government has direoted to stop sending
copies 01 me coast survey ooutn.
union gentlemen here irom Worth Carolina
i,- -i; n
Secrelar Cameron rnllp,1 t!,t th. J
vices of Independent companies will be re.
Charleston, April 1U. The Ueet etODned
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thioib uuuiiuit iui uuit niiurwarus permit-1
ted them to oome Id. It won't intrfr frth,
till orders from Washington,
It is estimated that about 10.000 troona are
In and about the citv. and more arrivinir.-
Beauregard savs he can get fiftv thousand in
this State, and declines offers of regimonts from
Georgia and Alabama.
uood authority states there Is no doubt that
and France will reoosnlze the indeoen. I
denoe of the Southern Confederacy.
The Isabel has just come In, and reports that
the Federal fleet sailed, accompanied by the
Baltio, with Maler Anderson on board.
ORLtANS, April 16. The market la da
pressed by the war news. Lincoln's war proo-
lamation was received with no astonishment.
Everybody Is highly pleased, and the DeoDle are
resolved to maintain their Position at all has I
Two more Volunteer COmDanlea left tn-da fnr I
Pensacola, and the rest will Drobablv remain to I
defend the city. Volunteer companies are form-1
ins-tnrougnout tbe Btate.
Thlrtv-threO deserters from the Federal arm I
have landed at Fort Jackson, leaving twelve
months' pay behind, so anxious were the to
oin the Confederate army.
The steamer Lecomnte, hence for Shrevenort.
sunk eight miles above Compte. The boat and
cargo are a total loss; the passengers and erew
are saved, me Doat was valued at $18,000;
Insured for $12,000 in Cincinnati.
I he Galveston (Avihan says that the Idea that
there Is anv considerable number of ,.
disposed to agitate the question of re-nnion in
Texas Is entirely erroneous.
The steamer Arizona was at Brazos on the
7th, awaiting embarkation of troops for Indian-
New Osleans. Anril 16 All the courts of
the oity, including the Supreme Court, have ad. I
journeo to us tnird Monday In May, owing to '
the present state of affairs.
Hon. Upton Walker arrived vesterdav as a I
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tnn.tnnnn.nli mih P..wt r:.s. .... ,u. I
rv.... iv iiiwuituuinri u viuuwTn I
defense of the Texas ooast. Thern i. mnah
oltement in Galveston about the war news. The
Wty Council, In extra session, stronely express-
lemiiig oi resistance.
There Is ereat aotivitv on all aides. Several
pleoes of ordnsnce were to-day taken to Forts
acason ana ot. rnunps.
more voiuntoers nave gone to Fensacola.
Richmond, Anril 16. The Virginia Stat
uonvention is in secret session tnis morning.
Reporters are excluded, and consequently noth
ing Is known of the proceedings.
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a teiegram irom uovernor rickens to lion.
Henry A. Wise, savs:
"It is repotted that eleven vessels are off the
oar, and are stopping vessels engaged la the
The papers of this oity express confidence that
won. ocoh win resign.
The Richmond Whig hauled down the stars I
and stripes this morning, and ran np the flag of I
Montoonerv. April 16. The Cabinet were tn
oonacll this morning. Mr. Lincoln's proclama
tion was read amid bursts of laughter.
The Secretary of War authorizes the state
ment that 32,000 moro troops were called out
to meet Lincoln's men.
Paddcah, Kr.. April 16. A meetinc. irre-
peotive Of DartV. J. B. Hushanda nrpnldlnir.
adopted resolutions recommending the Governor
Immediately convene tbe Legislature; that
we are with the Sontb In interest and aotion;
that the Governor be requested to issue a procla
mation for a eonvention to be held at Frankfort
as early a day as practicable, to consider the
position and future destiny of Kentucky; call
ing upon the people of Kentucky to Ignore par
ty feelings, and oppose to tbe last extremltv the
eoercion and fratrioidal policy of the Execu
tive. Louisville, April 16 A lanre and enthuslas.
meeting of those opposed to Mr. Llnooln'a
war polioy was held to-night. '
adoui j.uuu were present. -
Resolutions were nnanlmoualv adonted that
Kentucky would not permit the marching of
troops against tbe Confederate States, bnt
would share the latter'a destiny, If war mast
oome sympathising with all patrlotio men in
the free States and endorsing Gov. Maeofiln's
response to Secretary Cameron,
Baltimore. AoriTlG Gn. ITloka thinks
Maryland should maintain the same position as
hitherto; It should protect the Federal Capital
and Government, and stand by tbe Constitution
and Union. The excitement la ranidl lnnrona.
tug. . ... ,:r.
NosroLt.Va., April IG. Ono hundred euns
were fired hero, and there is ereat reioioins
over the fall of Fort Sumter.
An order bas been received to fit out tho U
S: steamer Merrlmao immrdiatelv. and to tow
out all vessels from the port.
DT. LOOIS. Anril 16 It la nnrleratrwi. that
uov. Jackson will refuse to comply with Secre
tary Cameron's requisition for troops.-' v '
Richmond, April 16 The Convention .till
seoret session. Nothing bas transpired. Tbe
current belief is that tho ordinanoe of secession
nas passed me Convention. The Governor
withholds his proclamation till the action of th
uonvention is divulged.
Washington, April 16 It appears br a tele
gram published In the North Carolina Rouak
now newspaper oi tnonaay, mat uov. tills sent
tbe following despatch to Capt Creighlon:
"Can you take Fort Macon with your oompany."
ooia ooiworin is appointed Postmaster at
Norfolk, April 16. The excitement con
tinues, and the people are 'waiting for further
news irom vv aldington and Richmond
Montgomery, April 16-Gcn. Pillow euaran-
Ues to raise 10,000 men in Tennessee, In SO
di8Vlf p'Midnt Davis will acoept of them,
and there Is no dnnht hut th.t h ..sit
.A"' 8tePBn lo Atlanta, last night,
said that It woula nnir. ik 7 nnn
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are from eaeh State except riorlda. the n
har ffnm that Stata K.l n nni UrlUB lnB n
W'"B ,uuu. , ,
WimmoTON, Del., April 17.-The Secession
ists are overawsd by the n-eralani tTi- ...
tlment. They bad planned the seizure of Fort
Delaware, which was taken eosseaainn rk. it..
uv..--.v., uivu ux.aini turn projooi
Dispatches from the North.
eminent $25 000 for the use of the State in eup
England DOltlna the National Government. .
nag. 1 ne cniet 01 ponce arreBted the nng-lcad-New
era. The Mavor addieaaed tlin rrn.1 ami nr.
NiW'YotK, April 16. A special dispatch to
the Post says it is reported that the Governors
or Kentucky, Virginia, Worth Carolina and
Missouri refuse to respond to the cull fur
troops. Maryland, however, responds prompt
ly, and Baltimore regiments have tendered
tnelr servioes to the President to div
The quota for Massachusetts has been doubled
and three regiments from Boston have been or
aerea here at once.
Gen'l James H. Lano. of Kansas, tikes com
mand of l.uuu men
The Commercial disnatch savs Hon. George
Ashmun has been sent to Canada on a secret
No orders are vet issued to blockadehe
Southern porta and stop the mails
Tb President has ssued orders to carrison
Harper's Ferrv. Forta Washington. Monroe and
One of the Massachusetts rctritnenU coca to
fortress Monroe, with a. New- York reeiment.
-vaa w All tW IjUlliUOU UJ TV V1VV1 II HW'ijiVi
Detroit. Anril 16. At an informal meeting
of the cltiiens to day , at which Gov. Blair was
present, it was resolved, in order to expeuiiuo
tne equipment ot troops required from mium
gan, to raise one hundred thousand dollars by
private subscription. A large portion of the
amount was subscribed on tbo spot, aud the
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lusiauuewiu db raiseu imuieumu-iy . uetiwrm
Chicago, Anril 16. Governor Yatea, of 1. 1
and Governor Randall, of Witconain, to-d..y
Issued proclamation! calling for the volunteers
asuea lor by tne uovernment
The war feeling is intense throughout the
west. Dispatches from almost every town in
Illinois, Wisconsin and Iowa, (hat can be reucli
ed by telegraph, represent the people as very
determined to sustain the Administration, ia its
cuorte toeniorce ine laws ana upnoia me nouur
oi tne national mg.
Bo?T?"i. April IB. Thirty companion are
armed, 1.7UU strone.
The Governor of New IlirnpsbiiOi, sued a
""' 'r troops, wnicn w.a d nuoa im
a aieamer nag open cnaneru to convey ir.o
itnode island troona to Wash ueton.
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Trot, N. Y., April 16.-A great Union de-
monstrat on took place In this city last night
I.ke ,m,e,lD? J"? bod7. to General
LV0l B re8la.ence' wno responacd in a stirring
New Haven, April 16. The Mechanics' B ir.k
of this oity, this morning, tendered to the Gov-
. ,, , . . p
April 16.-A mob or two bun
d,"d. Uit,f,d tb 'd?noes of the scces-
!lom82!j compelling them to hoist the Amorioin
dered them to disperse. He wouldn't permit
the further Indulgence of this spirit, but would
proceed to extremes if the didn't disnenw.
MavorHenrv issued his nrnplamntinn thai. iron.
aaka tha citizen tn malrn knnwn nm nnrirm
aidinir tha enemv b enliatinc. mnniiinns. nr
The Legislature bas passed a law making
aonnlvanoa with anemlei r,miiar.iMn h a fino
$5,000 and ten years imprisonmVit.
Concord, N. II., April 16 New Hampshire
responds to the President's proclamation, nnd
will furnish the troops required.
Tbe Concord Union Bank has tendered a loan
$30,000 to the Governor, and all the Direct
ors, with the Cashier, agree to contribute $1,000
each to the support or such families of soldiers
.f lhl cltT M m tM in defending the flig ot
NoawioH, Ct, April 16. Gov. Buckingham
bas issued a proclamation calling for voluuteers,
rendesvoos at Hartford.
ine oana 01 mis city nas ou.-rea $iuu,uuj to
Got. Buoklngham, and tho FitirGold County
Bank has offered $500,000.
Philadilhia. Anril 16. The ecoond reei
ment (1 000 men,) have tendered their services
the Government; Thev are Irishmen
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Pi miuara rinmore irnuo.
,tr.onH LUnio.n Peech "JioS " BU3'
Cicaoo, Anril 16 At the citv election to
day , tne entire straight Republican ticket was
elected Dy an average majority of lb'M,
Teinton, N. J., April 16 Tho Governor
ordered the military to the Arsenal. Ho was
apprehensive the arms might be taken away.
An attack on tho True American u avuro
bended, bsoause the American flag is not dis
Boston, April 1C Tho bark Manhattan.
which arrived here this moraine, from Savan
nah, had a secession flat; hoisted. A crowd
proceeded to the wharf and compelled Captain
Davis to take it down and hoist tho tstars and
New Haven, April 16, The Elm City B.ink
has Just tendered to the eovernmect of the
State $50,000 towards meeting tho national
emergency, wnn iweriy to araw at eigne.
Philadelphia, Anril 16. B. G. Walmouth
and L. P. Asbmead, formerly Lieutenants in
the Navy, who resigned four years ago, on ac
count of entering into other avocat'.ous, though
now wealthy, have tendered their services to
tbeSeoretary of tbe Navy, prompted by lore to
Readino, Pa., April 16. The Ringgold Fly-
log Artillery, of Reading, Capt. James Mu
Knight, 180 men, with four field pieces, received a
requisition from the Governor this raoruin? tn
set oat this evening at 6 o'clock, for II mis
burg. Trenton, N. J.. April 16. Governor Olden.
General Stockton and others were in council to
day relative to carrying out tbe requisition oi
tbe General Government. Orders will be iesued
the Major General, at tho head of tho lour
military divisions of tbe State, to raise in each
division one regiment. Tbe uniformed-companies,
called by law the active militia, ;in the sev
eral divisions will be first enrolled.' The Po-
uasset Bank has tendered $25,000 to the Gov
ernor of New .Jersey for military purposes.
Concord, N. II., April 16. Tho State Cici-
Bank has tendered a loan of $30,000 to the
State in aid of putting down rebellion.
AoooiTA, Ml., April 16. Tho Governor has
issued his proclamation, convening the LegisU
tureon Monday next, to determine measures in
response to the President's call for troops. Ho
has reoelvtd a diapatoh from the Secretary of
War, stating that tbe Maine quota of troops will
required at tho rendezvous by the 20th of
Boston, April 17. The steamer S. R SnaU-
ing, which leaves this evening for Norfolk, will
take 640 troops. Their destination Is siid to bo
Fortress Monroe. Tbe remainder will start
overland to-night by special train.
Ihe western .Hank bas tendered a loan ot
50,000 dollars to the State, and tbe other Boston
Banks agree to Increase the amount to one mil
lion, for the defence of the Government.
Tbe steamer Amnios sailed this morale?.
She takes out 14,000 dollars iu specie.
Boston, April 17. A large meeting of Irish
cltiiens was held last night. Patriotic resolu
tions were unanimously adopted, expressing un
flinching devotion to the Federal government.
A proposition was maoe to raise an Irish regi
ment and tender it to tbe President.
Philadelphia, April 17. The natriotio ia
olaratlon of Gov. Hicks for tbe Union has klu
died great enthusiasm. Tbe enlisting fur vol
unteers is progressing speedily. 5.000 have
already been enlisted, which is moro than ilm
quota required from Philadelphia; while the
exempt volunteers oy age are forming reserve
guards tor tne protection ot tne city.
intelligence irom uarrlsburg states that
more tnan iu.uuu nave already been accepted. -Senator
Biglerhas pronounced In favor of ens
talnlng the government at all hazards.
Providence, April 17. The Leeislatnre have
pasted a bill authorising the raising cf a regi
ment. It Is understood that $500,000 will be
Leranon, O., April 17. A large and enlhu.
slastlo meeting was held here last evening,
Speeohes were made by A. If. Dunlevy, of
Lebanon; judge o torer aim Liurhin Wind, of
Cincinnati ; and J. D. Wallacr.J.f Morrow, Res
olutions Ignoring party uistinotlons, - and
pledging unqualified support to the Federal
Government in the present crisis, were unani
mously adopted. " Volunteer companies are
VIGOROUS MEASURES AT CINCINNATTI!
SEIZURE OF ARMS GOING SOUTH!!
PROVISIONS STOPPED SOUTHWARD!
Police Boats Established on the
Cincinnati, April 17, Chief of Police Dudley,
this morning, seized 30 boxes of guns on the
"Ohio No. 3," 23 marked G. T. W-, Little
Rock, and 7 boxes marked L. R-, Memphis; also
5 boxos for Memphis on the steamer "Glendale,"
resbipped from tbe steamer "fanny jvicuurnie,"
on monaay iaBt. ureal crowa ou vua lauuiug,
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and the excitement bieb. Tbe guns were ship
ped at Parkereburgh, Va., and supposedto have
oomo from Harper's terry. A very neavy
shipment of powder has also been stopped.
steamers have been prohibited irom taking
Two steamers have been chartered to act as
police boats, thoroughly armed, and will atop
and search all passing steamers.
1 hree oomounies ot troops leave to-nicbt lor
the rendezvous at Columbus. The Home Guard
is ripldly tllline its ranks.
i lia enlistment at Newport oarracks is very
active. Uver out) men are now in tne garrison
A large consignment of bacon, for Charleston,
oil Nashville, was taken oil tne steamer Ulen
wood this mnrnluir-
I he i-xultement throughout tne city is on tbe
Tbe volunteer companies are all full, and
more men are clloring than can be acoepted.
Washington, April 17 The Post office De
pirttucnt ban prepared a circular of instructions
relation to tue recent paesace of postal
laws, &u. It is explained that cards, either blank
or printed, and blanks in packages, every thins
not less man o ounces, ana packages oi seeds or
itttinxs not exceeding a ounces weight, shall be
etiuged in postage at tbe rate ol 1 citat. per oz
or iinciinn or an ounce, to an; place in the
United S'.ates uoder 1,500 mile?; and at the
ue ot 1! cents an ounce, or fraction of an
ounce, over 1000, and tobeprt-piid by stamis;
mi pacaaeei except Beeas or ouumgs must oe so
tc-Keo arju marked that tnetr true oharacter msy
uo vu. maue, eaeravincs, maoeraDDS. iitno.
graphia prints on rollers, or on paper covers.
books, bound or unbound, photograpbh paper and
letter envelope?, are to be deemed mailable mat
tor, and charged in postage by weight of the pack
ago, not in any caso to exceed 4 pounds, at tbe
nuo oi i cent per ounce, or traction of an ounce,
to nny place In the United States under 1,000
Hen, and at the rate of S cents per ounce or
fraction over 1,500 miles, to be pre-paid by
Baltimore, Anril 17. Gov. Hicks waa wait.
1 upon Utt night, at his hotel, bv a oomDanvof
ijlii; uuvernor s uuara. wno in ormed him
t- r -1 . . ' .- - t y
bat ihcy bad come to sipg tbe Star Spangled
imner with him. The Governor exnreHaml
ple.iaui e at the visit, and said he was too hoarse
join with them, but he would tell them that
was still under the stars and strinss. The
tnr Spangled Banner was then sung The
ovcrnor thanked tho visitors for the court pa v.
and said hshnped the song would be sung on all
fitting occasions forever. The, Union must
preserved. A voioe Governor, you have
one your uutv, so far ! Governor Yes. and I
iutend to keep doine so. fVoicea We'll stand
you. Mu:h enthusiasm was manifested.
Montgomery, April 17. A gentleman of this
ty hits taken $12j,000 of the Confederal.,
loan at par, and paid the amount In gold.
There will be from 75,000 to 100.000 men In
the field in less than 30 days.
I he (jovcrnmcnt- is likely to Bet laree
amouuts of monoy from the European ship-
Memphis, Anril 17. The Memphis and Ohio
Rail Koad offdra to transport troons and muni.
Tho Council has appointed a military hoard.
and appropriated 150 000 to defend the citv.
TT : a . . - 1 .
union ags on steamers nave been hauled
wa, and the citizens are arming and volunteer-
Fort Kearniv, April 18 Cantain Bee. en
route forSomb Carolina, accompanied by Capt.
tt,ono, on leave of absenc, and R. E. Ward,
sutler, all from Fort Laramie, arrived here
yesterday evening and Ie.e to dav. It is under-
stood here that Captain Bee will join the South
Tobonto, C. W . April 16. Ae-enla nf lh
Washington government are here endeavoriog
purchase tho steamer Peerless. She la an
iroa vbsboI, built on the river Clydo, in Scotland,
aud a very handsome craft.
OPENING OF THE SEASON
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
AT I ROSE'S.
AGAIN OFFKB TO THE PUBLIC
an tnllie new stock of Ooodi In my line. Inat nnrrh.
ased In New York at the cheapest panto ratet,aU of which
iliall a.-ll at tbo imallest profit!, for Cash. My custom
er" anil frlendi aie respectfully Invited tooalland exam
Ire my (lootb and Pilces, at I am determined to tell ai
cheap or chtnper than any other houie in the oity; and
I do my own Cutting, and superintend my own bui
ues, I feel auured, from my long exoerltnce la bull
neu, to five general intljfidion. Tha fioeit of work
men aro employed, and all work don strictly lo time and
lmrt noiico, aud warranted to fit. Strangers viilting
ourcliy would c mult their Interait by giving me a call
before purchasing elsewhere. i. ROSE, ;
:, r, Merchant Tailor,
marcliSO-rlly Cor. Illufc and Town its.
VVSV3, KNABE & CO.,
fiOOJ, SO. 1TO BALTIMORE 8T.
K03. 1,3, 5 anil 7N. ETJT&W BTKK'
Offer for nib their celebrated
Uelni highly recommended bv the flnt Prafauuira anil
Musical Amateurs ot the country, and
KVKItV , . ..
WARRANTED FOR '
J ... riVITIARS.
The molt fMtidtoaa ettetomor bit rel arjon hino
plcnsed in every respect.
Terms nuerai. - wl . KM ABB fc CO.
HKl.TZim it WEU3TEH, Agents,
(Wt2fl;ljdir.- ; Columbus, Ohio.
J. Doylo cto Oo.
HAVJt IIEIHttVED THEIR OFFICE
to tha floath-west corner of High and Friend
strueis, i. - . 'f t : . f. - - '.
Anil will continue tn keep on harnls a- large itook of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Thn altenHep'of Merchants and Dealers Is retpeotfnl.
Invited tn our stock. 8. DOYLB Sr. Oo.
TnV. NtTRMCMMIHI-, nEAtINO IN
I 11 KflinIA . .Ili-ln. mill ... i.v. l--. .
few active men to act as stents for their bouM. A
P'eiermco win to nivcn io uiose wno are welt acquaint
ed tn the district for which they apply.
for which aetvices they are willing to pay a salary
from , . '
$600 to- $800 per year, and Ixpsnsss.
For further parliculari address
i W. B. MOBIHOD8B CO. .
.'' ; 3 and S, Bxchanf s flaos,
JatiM.Um. , . '. ' ' Jersey'Olty, N. J.
ni.w noof sainT. '
( No.'ao. BocTn niou BtBSM.",V" v
it.-ive just rcojlveil a new maV of HOOP SKIRTS
finished in a manner far superior to any yet Introduced
tor -.: '-v. ;. i, -
DUItAEILtTY AliD QRACEFULNES3.
mh 93. : ..- ,
XTA W TE A HUNTS TO HV.t.l.
-package "t STATIONERY and JIWILBY, at
prloet one-third lest than can be purchased elsewhere
usn nn oranoreKi isuimp eocioseuj j, l. BAILKY, No.
151 Court t.. Boston. Mm. - . march 8X:d:-n.
1. 1.1. A SHAWLS HXI:a.i.A
Hll AW LB 1 1 Id all desirable colon, and at nn
(rir:nii.fTrgau a. , : j' it: t. ; vain m sun,
airll5 - - - ' . No. 89 Boath niirh street.
. , : . .. ta.TT., - n .
Tll.AIN AND riGUHEIs Ill.-rK
X DREeB SILKS, of every grade. Th moat eeltel
aisortment in tne cur, ana at meat reasonable rate.
BAIN 4k BON, 1
aprllS No. t9 South Hlgl) stmt.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, April 17.
ASHES flrm and unchanged; isles SO bbli at $5,40
for pots, ana ioaia au ;ur pearls.
rhOUE reoelpU el IMi bblst market trllle
lower and rather more actives sales of 13.000 bbls at S3
03S5 15 fur luperttne State; 5 1545.S6 for extra
State: 15 tiS5 15 for superfine extra western) t5 SO
mi Hi for common te medium extra western ; J aw&a
80 for shipping brands extra Bound Hoop Ohio. Can
adlan flour drooping; sales of SOD bbls at i SO
BYE f LOTJB iteady at 3 403S 10 for common I
Wilis AT receipts or ousn. aiaraei a -tout
le lower with moderate export demand: sales of 3.IKIV
busaattl.CT ror Reserve spring; i,x7i(si.3e for Ken
state, $1,3531;3U for winter red western; l,44g),CO
for whit western; sji.au lor mnwauaie uiud.
BYE firm; sales COO hush atGOc.
BARLEY dullat 01X975.
ooaN recelDU of 15. ISO bush; market without ma
terlal change; sale of 45,000 bush at OSHl8o for old
mixed western In store and delivered: Uli6xo for new
do at B. R. D.
O ATA dull at 843)300 for western Canadian and
PORK firm sjles of 775 bbls at f 17 7118 ror mess;
12 94 $13 for prime.
BRKE quiet and uncnanjea.
OUT HEATS steady.
LARD steady: salea of 59 bbls at 9)i(31SW.
BUTTER In fair reuuest at 10 14c lor Ohio and 14
i ror state.
OHEEHH ateady atO)iS10o for Inferior to prime
WHI'RY quiet and firmer; sales of 120 lbs. )9i,lM
BTOCKIi Irregular; State Stocks down; Fancies dear
er: Monev nlentv on call at a der cent., ana no takers
Sterling Exchange dull and lower. 107lu7i; Bankers'
Blls Ohio St H USX 0 - Tol 28Xi Uaoon at Western
90; O. B k QG7; Gal fc Ohio .00; 0.0 -O 95; Ml O
-rlDMW: MSonotedTC: Pec Mall 751'-'; HO TiV.
RrlnSII 9: Hud 38: Hart nref Reading 34 I S:
M O W: TJ H 6's 81; coupons 89 l-lt; Tenn ti's 62; Va
SO; Mo 50; Erie 3d bonds 65; Hud 1st bonds 100 1-2: do
3d 80; III 0 bonds 92 1-3; Ohle At B 1 bonds 99.
FLOUR market flrm at quotations, with light
WHEAT red la In fair demand at sjiuj, laies or a
ears. Whit Is scarcely qnstabie. 'mere IS very utile
lu store, and none coming forward.
CORN steady at3435c for yellow aud white
OATS firm at 24o for car.
IIIOnWINES flrm, at 15o. Sales of 103 hb!, and a
lot of 10 bbls at X cent better.
HAMS AMU bHOULDKBI are in good demand at a
raneof831nc for hams, and 8 1-2&7 1 2o for shoulders,
city and country cured. Sale of 1 500 Its shoulders.
BKr.DS u lover in light supply, aud is selling at
t4,0O4,l2v;. Timothy Is In good supply and In do-
mand at t2,5U.
BUTTE R New Is slowly coming farward and is eager-
ay enquired attar at l'JSItio for lair to choice. Bale of
400 lbs at the former figure.
1. A KD steady it uc.
EGO Firmer; sales of 24 bbls at 9;o.
CUEBsK Steady at 8H39c for Western Bcscrvo
Hamburgh, good quality, la commanding I Oo.
(JOHN u e al selling at a range of UuSBUc ror coun
try and city gronnd.
CINCINNATI, April 16.
There la no life In the produce market.
FLOOR is depressed, and superfine was sold to-day
at 14 25. The offers to sell are not numerous, and most
of the dealers aek 103 15c. per bbl higher.
WHEAT Is held at tl 10 for red. and some orders
for shipment are filled, but locil rollers acinic to their
resolution not to buy at all If they can not get it at V'Jc.
White we quote as heretofore, at 1 1 05 1 lu.
CORN iu taken readily to-day at 33e. adhering- to
Ihe old figure, although Whisky is depressed and lower.
uaia are quoted at 9iKc. selling Biures. Tbe
market Is moved entirely by the receipts.
BARLEY Is aaaln ouite dull, and G5omavba renam
ed as the best figure that prime will command.
By is neither offered nor sought to anv ireat extent.
a jo is attain tne nominal nvure.
WHIuKY-lsdull at 12fo. Oln. Com. April Id
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
Rlanufacturera of all kinds of Por
table sana (stationary Nteam F.u
Kioea, aw miiis, uriat piiiu,
LAXJldt BODLEYBeatml R. at . BLAND TBtatml
J. J. B. DUVALL Stolen tit COLUMBUS
MA CHIKB CO. Beaten Hit BRADFORD
ot CO. BtatenUll!
Oar Portable Eoglns and Saw Mill
Was awarded the first premium of (50 at the Indiana
State fair for 1CC0 over Lane k. Bodley's on account of
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior character of lumber sawed.
Our Stationary Enalne waa awarded at tha auna Pair
the first premium of t itiO.
Our Portable Engine waa awarded the first premium of
9100 at the Fair at Memphis, Tenn., over Blandy's Du
vall'a, OolumtiuaaIachineCo's.,and Bradford At Co's.,
by a committee of practical Railroad Engineers.
jorpric ana terms aaiiress
W1LLARU WARNER, Treasurer.
dec5-t!ecwlyeoIa. Newark, Ohio.
from tbe Newl ork Observer. 1
As all parties manufncturlrg Sewing Machines are ob
liged 10 py Mr. Howe a license on each machine sold,
and are a so compelled to make returns to him, under
oatb. as to the number sold, bis books give a correct rute
ment. From thl reliable source we have obtained the
following siatutica. Of the machines mado lu the year
1859, there wen aold,
By Wheeler at Wilson B1,MS
" I. M. Singer St Oo I0.95J
" Grover tt Baker ....lfl,8t0 ...
Showing tbe sales of Wheeler k Wilson to b dmiblt
those of any other Company."
Awarded tbe highest nremluns at the
United State fair of lt-58, 1859 and ISM;
also at the
Ohio Etata fair cf IB59 and 1S60;
. and at nearly all the Oounty fairs In the Stat.
Our prices, at the late reduction, art cm low ai any
loci Ittch machine now sold, and bnt a tilOe higher than
the Interior too thriad cAatet efoA macMntt, now
forced nron the market.
The WBRILEB At WILSON MACHINE makeithe
Loci UTicn the onlyone which cannot be raveled. It
la Alii oti Both 4innof tbe goods, leaving no rigt or
Criairt on wm www eiu.
All machine uar anted 3 years, and InrtrucUon
given In their nee, free of inane.
n. CKaRV, 81 High at.,Columbee,0.
WM. BUMNEB At CO.,
dec3-2awd3mfcwfim Pike's Opera Bouse, Cincinnati.
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS.
THE FOLLOWING CnANGfet WERE
made In the the officers of this Bank, January 89th,
1861, to wit: War. A. Platt, President, and Taosus
Mooni. Cashier, resigned their offices. David Tatlo.
Bsq., was then elected President aud Wat. A. Platt ap
By order of the Board of Directors,
tab 5, leai-dtf. W. A. PLATT, Casulor.
Gents' Linen Shirt Collars,.
OF HUPEITIOR QUALITY, 14 GftK.
BOTK. Standing, Byron, Perslgnay, Renfrew and
other new shape. Hemmed Pocket Handkerchief Neck
Tics. Stocks, Street and Evening Glove, Half Ho of
very kind, Under Garments and all kinds of Gents' Par
n lining Goods In great variety and at moderate prima.
bain it son,
febfil No. SB South Htgb street.
SPRING CLOAKS AKD BA8QINES I
NEW STYLES Bain V Son. No. ) South
Hlgb street, have jus 1 opened newsylof Cloth Cia-
OffLAM. BAeQUtNS and SAC.oa, mad ia the newe
most etylUh manner. Also, supers) (lal
Black Mllka. very heavy, destined eroreoelv fur
Hantillaeand Basqnlne. aprllS
MALTESE tic TIIHEAD LACE RIITTS
of elegant qualities for Ladle; also, Muxes' Mitts
a gnat reriety BAIN'S.
uayKI . . .
REPELLANT OH WATEK.PHOOF
CLOAK CLOTHS. Also, other makes of Spring
Cloak Cloths, tn all desirable mixtures Blading, Tas
al ana Bultoni to match. BAIN a BON,
aprlli No. SO Boutb nigh street.
Spring & Summer Millinery.
The Btook Replenished.
FUO.Tr LATEST 1 11 PO AT AT I UN 3 OF
&IY STOCK Of
Spring & Summer Millinery
Is dow oomplate, comprising every variety ol Hlllln
ery; also, a large assortment of EmlirolJciles, Hosiery
and Notloi.s. ate , and ia quantities and prices that can
not fail to auit all who may favor ue with a call. The
goods have been bought at Panic price, and will tie sold
at a small advene on coat.
MUs M. E. YOUNG, lata of New York City,
will snpeilntecd Ihe Millinery Department. Her long
experience In the moat Fashionable Establishment In
Broadway will alane be a warranty that she will lie able
to give entire satisfaction In matters of taste to all who
may favor her with their orden.
The Ladies ot Columbus and vicinity will please ac
ccpt my sincere thanks for their liberal patronage, and
would respectfully solicit a contlnuaneoofthe same.
R. H. WARE,
OH F.rtat Town St., Columbus, .
)0 WU WANT WUISKEKS?
DO YOU WANT WHI3KER37
DO YGU WANT A MUSTACHE 7
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
For the Whiskers and Hair
The subscribers take nleasura In announelnir n hr
Cltiiens ol tbe United Btatre, that they have obtained the
Agency for, and are now enabled to offer to the American
public, the above Justly celebrated and world-renowned
Is prepared by Da. C. f BELLINOITAM. an eroinect
physician of London, and Is warranted tn bring out a
thick set of
Whiskers or a Mustache
In from three to six weeks. This article le the nnlv r.m
of the kind used by th French, and In Loudon and Paris
It is in universal use.
It is a beautiful, economical, soothing, yet atlmalating
compound, acting as If by magic upon the roots cajlng
abeiutirul growth of luxuriant bair. If applied to the
scalp, It will cur aLuen, and caute to spring up lu
place of the bald spot a fine growth of new hair. Ap
plied according to directions, It will turn rid or towt
bair iARK,and restore gray bair to its oilninal color,
leaving it soft, smooth, and flexible. The "OnnuaaT" Is
ru Indispensable article In every gentleman's toilet, and
alter one week's use they would not for n consideration
be without IU
The subscribers are the only Agent for the article in
the United States, to whom all orders must be addressed.
Prii-e One Dollar a box for sale by all Druggists and
Dealers; or a box of the "iinguest" (warranted to have
the ileeired effect) will be seat to any who desire It, by
mail (direct), securely packed, en receipt of price and
postage, 1.18. Apply to or address
HORACE L. niQKHAX CO.,
BKoaeten, Ate ,
feb20datwGm 84 William Street, New-York.
CANADIAN & UNITED STATES MAIL
TO AND FHO.T1
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
The Montreal Ocean Steamship Company's first class
full-powered Olydo-hullt Steamers sail ever? Mat'
lirday from PORTLAND, carrying tbe Canadian and
United States Hail and paasengera,
NOBWEQIAN. N0BTH AMEM0AN.
NOKTU BRITON, HIBEKNIAN,
Shot-tent, Cheapcat andQulcltctCoii
AUEKICA TO AIL PASTS OF EuBOFX.
Rates of PascmKe to Europe,
S30, ae. SQO.
Will salt from LIVERPOOL every Weduesjilar,
and from QUKBE0 everjr Saturday, ealllng at
LONDONDEUBY, to receive on board and land Hails and
Paasengera, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
JOTbese Steamer are built of Iron. In water-tight
compartments, cany each an experienced Surgeon, and
every attention la paid to the comfort and accommoda
tion of passengers. Ae they proceed direct to LON DON.
DEBY, the gieat risk and delay of calling at St. John's
Glasgow pamengar aro furnished with rata passage
ticket to and from Londonderry.
Beiurn tickets granted at reduced rates.
Oertincatea issued for carrying to and bringing ont pas.
sengers from all the principal towns of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reduced rates, by this line of steamer, and
by the WASHINGTON LINK OF SAILING PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool every week.
Sight Prafti for 1 and upward pay
able la England. Ireland. Ncot
laud or Wales.
For passage, apply at th Offlc. 23 ItROAITa
WAtf, New Ifork, and 19 WaTUU X.,
BABEL BSAS1S, Central A genu,
w- J. R. ARMSTRONG.!
nolo lyd tw Statesman Office, Columbus, Ohio.
13 THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Bheumalism, Gout and Neuralgia,
AND A SURE CORE FOR
It la a conveniently arranged Band, containing a med
icated compound, to be worn around tha Waiat, without
Injury to th most delicate persons; no chance In habits
of living is required, and tt entirely removes the die
ease from the system, without producing l.h Injurious
enecta aiming irom toe us 01 powerful Internal medl
cinee, which weaken and destroy the eonstliution, and
give temporary relief only. By this treatment the med
icinal propertlee contained In the Hand come io contact
with the blood ard reach lb dlseesa, tbiou.h the pores
of ihe skin, effecting lu every Instance a perfect cote,
and restoring the part afflict, d to a heal by condition.
This Btnd Is alto a mottp .werlnl Aim MutccauL avenu
aodwtil entirely relieve the syateai trom tL pern.ofcro
effects of Meirury. Moderate cases are cuiroinafr-w
days, ai d we are Constantly receit Ing teatimoLlals of its
emcacy in aavravateu caarr loi g standing.
Paica it. 00, tn be bad of Druggists ketiernlty, or cin
be sent by mall or express, with full diree Ions for u-e.
any part of th country, direct from tho Principal
Ho. 409 BBOADWAX Kew Tork
O. SMITH & CO-. Solo Proprietors.
N. 8. Descriptive Circulars Bent Free.
O A Kent Wan tod Everywhere.
mhS8 lylaorlstp dw
REMOVES AND PHEVENTK IN
flammation and pain, and heals the worst burn,
scald, braise, eat, or fresh wound of any kind, 1 reventa
swelling and pain from be etlngs, mosquito bltce, and
poisonous plants, neuralgia, rheumatism, ague In the
breast, ea.lt rheum, etc. When taken internally, It will
positively cur eroup inooiidren, ana gives Inmedlau
relief In the worst caa of thl terrible cnmpla.nl: also
removes hoarseness and sore throat. Price, ceata a
oolite, cinouta oe in every nouse. ror sale by Drug,
gist and Storekeeper. IRVIN rVi'OMB,
Bole Proprietor, No. 1 Sprue St., New York
Tor th INSTANT BILIIf
diatraaing oomplalnl ut
Made by 0. B. IITMOUB A OO , 107 Naasa Bt , N. T.
Prioe 1 per boa; sent free by poet.
fOB llll IT ALL DROaflKTS,
Strengthening Cordial tnd Mill
TneUreateat llemedr la Tlie tfrerl),
- Attn 1
ly aclentlne and
procured by th distil
lation of Boot. Herbs
and Bark, Yellow
Dock, Blood Root, ,
Baraapavilla, If I 1 d '
voerry oant and Dan-.
delloo enters Into Itai
Icfore Takinj'iro aotiv' i After Taking,
principle of each Ingredient la thorosrhlv xtraetl be . t
my new method of distilling, producing., delicious, I
hileratlng spirit, and the most INVALLIBLB rtl. Inr
renovating ihe diseased systea, and roetorlng th tick,
suffering and debilitated INVALID to HKALTH and
mcl.EAIM'W STIIEJVOTIIErVINQ COU.
W1H ffootaall tmr x ' '
LIVKli COMPLAINT, . DVSPBPSIA. JAONLIOB
Chronic or Nerrona Debllltr. Slaeaaea of th Ilitnerr.
and all diseases arising froa a dtsordenj Uver or Htosa 1.
aoh, Dyspepsia, Heartburn. Inward Piles, Aoidlty or Sick,
oeaa ot Uie stomach, Pnllneee of Blood to tb Head. Doll
pain or swimming In the head. PalL.tatlon of th Heart
fullness Of VTelirhl in the Htnntu-h. In., anu-tallnn.
Choking or lutrocatiog feeling when lying doerc, Drvnes 'J
or Yellowness of the Skin n.l Ine. Nihl Ma.i. In
ward Fevers. Pain in th small of tb baok. cheat or tide.
Sudden Plushes of Heat, Depression of Spirit, Frightful
U reams, Lanvnor, ueepondenoy or any Nerroua Dleea.
Bores or Blotr he on the Mkin. nnA sm, Aa im. 1
Over a imiuon at Mottle , 1 j ,
Have lieen sold durina the last all month, and la nn In.
stance has It failed In giving entlr satisfaction . Who,
lucn. win sou-.-trim weak tea or Debility when Mo
LEAN'S STRENGTHENING CORDIAL will euie yul
No Uniruaire cue convev an adeaumia Idem nf th i.n.
dlatc and almost miraculous change produced by taking
thia Cordial In the diseased, debilitated and chattered
nervous system, whether broken down hvexoen. weak be
nature, or impaired by sickness, the relaxed and unstran
organftntlon ia restored to Ita pristine health and vigor.
Or others conscious of Inability, from whatever cams.
wm unu melons Btrengtnemng cordial a thorough
regenerator of tbe system; and all wbo may have injured
themselves by Improper ind wrenr, will find In the Cor
dial a certain and speedy remedy
To tbe Ladle.
.AVwTV'M., - V'.l 1.11 U.ll I.U lllb
Is a sovereign and speedy enre for ' '
INClPIENTt ONSCitlPTf OS, WHITES
Obstructed or Didlcult Menstruation, Incontinence of
Urine or Involuntary Discharge thereof. Palling of the
Womb, eiddineae. Painting aud all Disease lucid t -FemaWi
There It 00 HiiUke About tt ''
Suffer no lonrer. Take It acrordlns- in Dlrn-llnr,..' It '
ill stimulate strencthen and lnvieori.u won anrf mm
Ihe bloom of health to mount your cheek again.
avery oottie isarn.oted togiveaaUaiacnnw. -
If your children are sirklv. nunv.arafllii.tul. Mcla'a
Oonlial will make them healthy, fat and robust. Delay
ot a moment, try tt, and you will b convinced
T 13 DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
Oirnosj. Beware of Tirnnrlsta o Dealer erSn m. '
try a palm upon you acne Hitter or Sunmparllla trail:,
which they can buychwp, by aaytnt It Is Juntas gacd.
Avoid such men. Aakfor McLean's SirongtheoinaObt-di-il.
and take nothing eise It la the only remedy that
will purify tie blood thoroughly and at lha eame Hn,
Strenctlirr. the systeo.
One lalilesnoonful taken every morning fasting," It i '
certain prerutivof Cholera, Chills and lever, fellow
over, 01 any provalent diacaae. Ttii out in In ln-
Price only tl per bcUle, or S bottles for IS.
i. H. McLIAN,
Sole Proprietor of this Cordial,
Also McLcnii'l Vnlnuiln nil I.ini
Principal Depot on the corner of Third and Pin atreeta,
McLcau'a Volcanic Oil Liulmeat. ' '
Trie best Liniment In the World. The only safe an4
ocruin cure f r Cancers, Piles, Swellings and Bron
chitis, or Goitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weakness of the
Muaclea, Onrouie or Inflammatory BheumaUam, Btia
neas of the joint, contracted Muaclea or Ligament '
Earache or Toothache, Bruise, Sprain. Wounds, Vraaa '
Out, Ulcer, fever Bore, Oaked Bmat BoreNlpploa,
Burns, Bcaide, Bore Thoat, or any Inflammation or Pain,
no difference how severe, or ho v long Ut dleea may
have existed. McLean's Celebrated Liniment 4 a ear
Thousands of human bvinvs have bom saved Hfe f '
decrepitude and miaery by th ua of this Invaluable mad
oln. McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
Will relieve pain almost Instantaneously, and It trll
eleanse, purify and heat the foulest son Is aa Inorejdi
ly short time. .
Far Ileree and Otlter Animate.
McLean e celebrated Liniment Is the only safe and re
liable remedy for the cure of Spavin, Bing Bone, Wind
will never full to our big Head, Poll Bvil, Fistula, Old
running Sore or Bweeny, If properly applied, tot
Sprains, Brniaee, Sera tehee, Bores or Wounds, Cricked
Heels, Chafe. Baddl or Collar Halls tt I an Infnllibtt
remedy. Apply it a directed, and a run a certain In "
Then trifle no longer with the many worth If Llnl-
meets offered to you. Obtain a supply of Dr. aid-fata's
celebrated Liniment. It will rare you.
J. II. BIcLEAN, Sole Proprietor,
Corner of Third and Pin Btrneta, St. Louis, Ma
for sale by all druggists.
fur sale by BObKUTS It SAMTJIL, '
aug-Ju-dAwly Colaaal.ua, &ite
An experienced Nurse and Pemal Physlelan, preseiU
to the attention cf mother, her
SOOTHING S i'RUPt
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING, "
which greatly facilitates thenrocenaf tihln
enlng the gums, nxluolng ill IntUmmaUoo wli 1 allay
ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and is
SCHETOHEGl'LATE THE OOWLL. '
Depend upon It, mother, It will give rest to you naive
BELIEF AND HEALTH TO TOUT. IHFABT1I
We have put up and sold this article for over ten rears,
and CAN SAT, IN CONFIDENCE AND TRUTH, of It!
what we have never been able to say 01 any other sacd!.-
0lJ,,!7;NKVi:R HA8 11 failed, in a smolb iNbT.
ANCB, TO EFFBCT A CUBK. when timely sued. Nev
er did we know an instance of dissatisfaction by any una
who used It. On the contrary, all are delighted with it "'
operation, and speak in terms of commend tloa of la
magical eilects and medical virtues. W (peak In thia ''
matter "WHAT W Do KNOW;" after taw-yam' xp. '
rlcnoe AND PLKDQK OUB BIIPUTATION IOBTI1A
FULILLatINT tP WHAT Wsl HBRJ DECLABK In "
almost every IntUnce where the Infant Is suffering from
pain and exhausUou. telief will be foand In fllteen or
twenty minutes alter tnejyrup la administered.
Thl valuable preparatl. ! the prescription 0 one of 1
tha moat EXPfclUKNCKDard BK1LLPUL NUB-iJtS lbt j
.ew Bngland. and L-u been used w;tb NkVBtt IaIL
INO SUCCK?? In -.
thoi sajius of cases.
Itnotonly relieve the child froa pain, out Invigor
ates lite stomach ami bowels corrects acidity, aud give
lone md enercv to Ihe whole aystem. II will almost In '
ttai.tlj relieve , , , . v
OB.P.HQ IU THS 10Wi8, ARD WIN - COLIC
ao.l overcome convulsions, which. If not speedily mre"
oled, end in death We believe It the BCnT and SUK
BfT KKMKPY IN TI1K WOULD, in all asses of DY. ,
EN TEllY and tlAKBIltEA IN CHILD HEM, wbether-)
arises from ttethit, or from any ether cause. W
wnuld say to every mo'.herwhoh.sachiid touVrh g front
anof thefoiegt.li g complaints DO NOT LET I JUIl
PKkJUDICKil NOK THE PRKJVDIuESOl OTIIKBS
nun tniwecn you and our aufferiuit child, aud the re
lief that will be CUKE-jes AHttoU'lKLY SUtijC to
follow the use rf thlsmediclue, if timely used. Full di
re. tl,n. for using will accoupan each bottle None "
genuine unlw the fac simile of 1 CBl ISA, PBOKINs.
New ork. Is on the outal,. wiappor. -' '
!old by all DruggUu .hroUKhoul the wor)4.' '.'
Prl clpalwrrtcr, 13 t eaar t.trret:v.
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
oIS74kwtr. 1 .,
WHEN you go "to New Tork . drive direct to the ' ,if
, - , . s.aiTMMfralAM HOUSE,
BB0ADWAT, CORNER OP HOUSTON STEIT,
' ' ' Conductsd 00 th ;
Oocd Fare, flood Rooms, Piojpt Atteadaaoe, and Nee,
rale Charges. J
SINGLE BOOHS 80 CIS. CTJ.and tl PER DAT.' A
DOUBLE B001I8 and PARLORS 1,M to 1.
Meals a orflered. This Hotel has all the appointments
f tbe beat hotels, a must central l-calloo, and le kaaied
broug'iout by steam. BAalOEL 1. MEAD.
-''ll,',"' : Proprlelor.
- DTid A. Fishei'i EsUte. i - -;
NOTICE IS IllltFBt CIVEH TIIaV
the andeiaigned hu this day been appointed by tha ' .'
Probate Court of Franklin oounty, Ohio, Administrator '
boU o of th. tstat ot David A. Pish., tat, Jt '