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algnlflcant ti all attempt at eloquence or dilplay
upon tbis oocaslon! Ohio li about to caat a TOto
.of fearful responsibility, olo of greater magnl-
tude than any ebe bas been oalled to oaet. Upon
' "this tow may depend the weal or woe or tbli
great Uulon. I mutt eay that tha opinion of
i f oonBtltuents may have luuoeneea my nuou
nn (Vila wnla knfr. nt.hrr fllrenmatanoei bare oc
curred that directs niT aoilon. 1 will upport
the bill, knowing, at I do. the learfol leiponiiblll
ty I luour by no doing. I now otll upon the ma
, Joiity of thU Houao to exercise prudence In oar-
rjlna out tills (earful responsibility, and all may
v yet be well, la the name of God, I call upon
tbeir fldolity and npport the bill.
Mr. SCO I I ,ol warren, aaiu uo uau rutuiiuui
all over ibis land; yet, when his countr'ys flag
was trailing In the dust, be had relations who
were not faithful to that fUg. When he voted
for this bill, be did not think It was neocsaary
: tbat be should give an explanation to his con
v atltutnts and the people of the State; for he
" knew the people of old Warren and the people
w. 0f Ohio wero true to the JODBUtutloD, tno laws
-'. ' abd lb country. They were for peace when
- peace oould be bad, but tbey were lor war wnen
peace was rojeoted aud the laws set at defiance
by traitors aud rebels. Tbey are lor their coun
trv under all circumstances. Whether the cap-
... itol at Washington, our beloved State, Obio,
the fuithlul States to the Union, or government
, property iu the sececWug States were io danger
at tbe hands of external or Internal foes, he
was for their defence, This w.is no new tning
with hiin, for ho was always true to nis couotry.
Ho did not only recogntue tho Government, at
Washington, as his government, the loyal
States as bU country, but be acknowledged, in
' the patriotism of bis heart, the Beoedlng States,
' also, as his couotry. It was true, they were tyr
" annlzod over for the moment by traitors,and put
In rebellion to the Government, but he would
never consent that they should be any other than
part of this country. Tbe word secession had
' no plice In bis vocabulary. No star, by bis
consent, should ever be plucked from tbe flig
of bis country, lie was now, as ever, for meet,
log high bauded treason with sword and hemp in
our hand, while he was willing tbat tbe Govern
" meut eioulrt carry to the mistaken citizen tbe
olive brauch in tbe other, tie naa do expiana
t.Unm In mnka lor votluK for the bill.
' ' Tbe bill was then pissed, every man of tbe
ninety-nlno members present voting yea.
The absentees were Messrs. Howell, Shaw,
Tannejhill Viuccntaod McSohooier.
. Mr. STOUT offered the following, which
was adopted:
Whiuca. wo have last learned with nn
bounded pleasure that our - sister State,
Vrglnla, the land of Presidents and Fa
tribts. bv her KeDresentatives In Conven
tion assembled at Richmond, has refused
to seoedo from - tbe Union, therelore,
Rt$otved, by the Senate and Haute of Ripre
tentativet of the State of Ohio, Tbat we bail
with gratelul hearts the deoision of our sister
State, and most gladly extend to her tbe band
of fellowship, and here to day pledge, that Ohio
(ball always be fouud maintaining all the rights
and marching hand in hand and side by side
with Virginia In supporting ana launiuiiy exe
outing tbe laws of the Federal Government, and
nonoriosr tha n ig ot our common country.
Mr. DAVIS. Irom the committee on Munlcl
Dal Coroora'iouSi reported back II. B. 391
when
Mr. WRIGHT offered an amendment, which
provides for the acceptance of a loan to the
State, by the city of Cincinnati, ot $250,000,
which was agreed to yeas 80, nays 0.
The House then took a recess.
S.
THURSDAY EVENING APRIL 18, 1861.
be
LOCAL MATTERS.
' The Adams Express Company places us daily
under obligations to it fur the very latent papers
from the eastern cities.
of
The American Express Company has our
thanks for iiR dily favors in the shape of the
. very latest eastern papers.
, ..Military Movrmsnts Our olty was alive to
day with the hurry acd bustle of military pre
paration. To thejejurtesy of Gen. Hesrt Wil
mm AftManliv lm. no. Mjinr. General of the
Vfl V. M. V.., ..WW.
Fifth Division, Ohio Militia, is In active and
efficient service, we are indebted for several
Important items of Information, respecting the
following military companies that had arrived
in, this city up to noon to-day, and are now In
the encampment tn Goudale Park i
Dayton Light Guards, Capt. Pease 124 men
rank and file; Montgomery Guards, Dayton,
, Capt. Hughes 59 men rank end file; La Fay
ette Guards, Dayton, Capt. Deleter 53 men
rank and file; Jackson Guards, Hamilton, Capt.
Bfuck 30 men rank and file;'aCompany A, Lan
caster, Capt. Staffjrd 109 men rank and file;
the Zouave Guards from Springfield, and a com
pany from Mitnsfioltl.
Beside these, there arrived at about noon to
day a battalion of several companies from Cin
cinnati, under command of Major Lewis Wil
son, Adjutant A. C. Parry and Sergeant J. D.
Webb, and consisting of 237 men rank and
file.
Numerous additional companies aro expected
this afternoon and to-night, so that to-mor
row tbe force encamped in the Park may be
swelled to two thousand or more. .
We would romark here, tbat as tbe regiments
oalled for by the Presldont are to oonoist of 780
' l . U 1 fn,A
men cacn, a couipuiY, wuvu uuaeu iuh, u
service, can only consist of 78 men rank and
file. .
Tbe Military Compant' 'n our city are by
' no means Inactive. The Columbus Vedettes
have, we understand, some twenty or twenty
five more than their full complement of volun-
; teers.
The State Fencibles and the Governor's
Guards have also nearly completed their recrulU
Ing. The Steuben Giurds and the Montgomery
Guards are oalllng for volunteers at their re
spective Armories. Capt. C. C. .Walcutt Is
also forming a volunteer company at his head
quarters, 208 South High street. Abont sixty
names are already on his roll.
We shall endeavor in to morrow's paper to
give a more full and accurate account of the
military companies belonging to our own city,as
well as of those that may be In camp here from
. other parts of thaiUate. Iu the mean time', we
' must be permltteS toeay that our city and ooun
ty will not be behind any other portion of the
State, of equal extent and population, in patrl'
' otlsm and self-sacrifice for the sake of the
Union. M i
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Union Muting at Armory Hall. Agree-rblyto-
an announcement made yesterday, a
: large concourse of oitizens and strangers assem
. bled last evening atArmoryHall. Hon. Joseph R
Swan was eleoted President; Dr. Win. M. Awl,
Ell Gwynne, Dr. S. M. Smith, R. Walkup,
Hon. T. W. Birtley, P. B. Wilcox, Esq., Hon
R.B. Warden, Wm. Wheeler, and J. Barber,
Vloe Presidents, and M. D. Lathrop and Dr
John Williams, Secretaries.
Judge swan, on tasing tbo Chair, made a
t few 'appropriate remarks, In favor of tig.
tons measures tor preserving the Union and
maintaining Its honor and Integrity. "
. Aftor strong and pointed addresses from
, Judges Warokn and Rankin, Messrs. Samoil
Galloway, W. R. Rankin, L. J. Chitchfiild
and S. M. Mills, were appointed a committee
on Resolutions.
v Speeches were then mado by Gen. Giioia
and Mr. Galloway,' when the Committee on
.a Resolutions reported the following, which were
adopted: - ' .;
' 1, to2vo(i,'That we, the ettltens of the State of Ohio,
Ignoring all past party diflerenocs, do, In view of 'he
, , present perilous condition of oar national affairs, unite
4n tbe declaration, that it la the solemn duty of erery
eUUeo to yield a generous, hearty toi prompt support te
bo national government In Its efforts to out down rebel-
Hon and treason against Its authority, tod to vindicate
lis nonor among tha nations oi tne eartn.
S. Suolved, Tbat to prevent the onomtei of the na
tional government wbo an now In ft rail against It from
effecting their deliberate parpoie to overthrow It, there
by blastlns- the fondest hoses of the friends of Republi
can liberty throughout tbe world, no necessary saorlfioo of
niea or money eao be too greet; bat that tale nation, ana
th nnborn fenerations of men who .ire to Inhabit this
continent, imneratlvelv demand that thie treat and lav
pending oilamlty shall be srerted, at ever baiard and
at every aaormce.
I. StirUvsd. Thatwewllloheerfallrandpromptlyrtt-
pond to tbe call of ouroc untry.and contribute to the ezlant
of oar power, and, If need be, will "pledge our lives, oar
lortunes ana oar ssorea nonor, w am m uoverumeui
In lie efforts to maintain the Constitution, enfo ce the
laws, and raetore the Union to Its original Integrity.
4. Rttalvtd. That the prompt and nthailaslio n-
sponse made all over the loyal States of this Union, to
the oall te arms, is eounaeus proor was tne patriotism
of oar people does not oonslst in a mere Sourish of words,
bat is an abiding virtue to be relied on in the boar of
peril. - . -
S. Buolnd, That w point with unbounded pride to
oar euisen soiaiers who nave so pairioiioany ana
promptly tendered their services to the Government.
And to ihose noblespirits of Ohio wbo ooant It their good
fortune to be Bret enrolled in defease of their couotry.
and who on the morrow hasten to the plart of danger and
duty, be all honor, and. as will be the prayer of millions,
may the Ood of our Fathers be with them and their
Comrades In arms, and miy victory attend their banner
the good old alar apaogled banner.
Mr. Sobliioh being oalled for, responded In
an animated speech. Ho was followed by
Messrs. Plants and Garfield, and tbe meeting
adjourned with loud cheers for the Union.
07 R. KiRKfATRioK. No. 165 South Hh?h
Street, bas a rerv choioe assortment of Gold and
Silver Watches, fine Jewelry, Clocks, Silver
ana riatea ware, at prices to suit the times.
ICT See advertisement of Prof.' Mir.t.ve'a
Hair Invigorator in another column.
GntRNHv'a Balu Is nnn nf the heat rmrliM
for Headache we have ever known.
TELEGRAPHIC!
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
The North Arming All Over!
MEN AND MONEY WITHOUT LIMIT!
Virginia Not Seceded!
Jeff. Davis Calls for 150,000 more
MEN!
&c., &c., &c., &c.,
Dispatches from the North.
Niw York. April 17. Tbe followios are the
New York appointments, made by tbe Presi
dent to-day: United States Marshal, Robert
Murray; Navy Officer, M. O. Dennlsoa;
mall Agent, Silas ti. JJutcner; Assistant ireas-
urer, Kicbard M Blatcbtord.
The steamer It. R. Tyler, from Savannah,
reports tbat the Harriet Lane was inside the
bar. She had eteam np. Also, a bark-rlcged
steamer was inside probably tho Isabel .
Capt. Crocker reports that he saw that Fort
Sumter had no breaches in the wall outside, but
looked somewhat battered.
Special dispatch to the New Torlc Express.
Gen. Scott save out load that nothing could
better than MaJ. Anderson's conduct. He is
entirely satisfied with It.
I he meeting of merchants to-day was most
impressivo and enthusiastic It represented the
moat wealthy portion of the community. 1.200
headed tbe list for the 7th regiment on tbe spot
only 12 subscribers. Probably $50,000 will
raised to-morrow.
Resolutions were adopted at a large meeting
tbe Central Republican Club not very com
plimentary to Mayor Wood; commenting on tbe
course of tbe Herald; and'disapprobat jty ot those
engaged at Hartford, and other plaoes, in man
ufacturing arms for the Sonth.
Chioaoo, April 17. First detachment U. S.
troops from Minnesota passed through this otty
last evening, en route for Washington.
They numbered 75 men, under command of
Major femberton.
The train bearing them was reeeived at the
depot by a crowd of not less than ten thou
sand.
The remainder of troops from Fort Riplev,
composed of Ma). Morris' command, and Sher
man's battery, are expeoted to arrive here to
morrow afternoon.
War feeling continues unabated, tho Gover
nor's proclamation for volunteers being prompt
responded to.
Several companies have already tendered
their services.
Hamilton, April 17. General Garrison ac
companies one company, consisting of 75 men,
as lar as Columbus' four or live com
panies will be ready to march within 48 hours.
bamnel null, titq., oners $JU,UUU, if necessa
to sustain the stars and stripes. JohoW.
Sohn, and other prominent citizens, will con
tribute liberally, , ,
Indianavolis. April 17. The Bank of the
State of Indiana bas tendered the Governor all
money that may be necessary for present
exigencies in furnishing Indiana's quota of troops
sustain the Government.
Tne first regiment of Indiana volunteers will
leave here to morrow for Washington.
Richmond, Ind., April 17. Sxcitement in
creasing. Companies drilling all day. All
manufacturing establishments are closed on ao
count of the men volunteering, Bands of music
paradlog the streets. Two companies were
organised and leave lor Indin.tpolis to-morrow.
Captain Miller's Company, from Lafayette.
arrived tbis P. M. Tbe Montgomery Guards,
from Crawfordsville, and Washington Guards,
from Madison, will arrive to nigbt. Four com
panies are now encamped on tbe State Fair
grounds; five or elx more companies will come
morrow. . .
Madison, Ind., April 17. Excitement on the
Increase here dally. One volunteer oomoanv.
comprising 100 men nnder command of Capt.
o. Buiuvan, lett nere at D:3U r. IVX. lor Indi
anapolls. Tbe scenes at tbo depot were very
affecting; some soldiers shedding tears while
bidding relatione and friends good-by. . -
A patrlotio speech was made by Capt. Sulli
van. J ust before tbe train started , a salute was
fired in bonor of volunteers and the Union and
Constitution. This was tbe first volunteer com
pany accepted by Adjutant General Wallace.
Two other military companies leave to morrow
(be State rendezvous.' .
A Home Guard, numbering 200 men. has been
organized and begaa drilling to night. The
number will be increased to 500 or 800 men.
Madison, April 17. Tho Legislature ad
ouroed sine die to-day. Tbe Governor's Guards
bave tendered their services and been aoeented.
Volunteer companies aro organizing all over
tne estate, uxoitement runs men. ,
La'ayittc, Ind., April 17. The first com'
pany of volunteers left lor Indianapolis at two
tnis r. M. , Tney were escorted to the
depot by the Laf ayette Artillery and two compa
nies neariy tun, woo win lonow la a tew days.
Michigan City. Aurll 17.--A' Uraa And Ans
thuBlatnio Union meeting was held last Dictat br
ieuiuurau sun xiepunucans. A Unit lor the
Lonstitution and tbe Union. Strone antl-aeeea
sion resolutions were adopted, denouncing all
traitors whose voices are not heard unani
mous to sustain tbe Government. Salntes were
fired In bonor of the start and stripes, which
were displayed la all parts of the city. . A vol
unteer company was organized immediately,
be man wbo first signed the roll was one of
our most prominent olergy men. .....
St. Paul, Minn., April 17, Governor Ram
sey to day issued a proclamation for a regiment
of volunteers, la response to the call from the
War Department.. , .....
Ditroit. Aurll 17. Gen. cues mado asneeeh
this morning, on tbe oceaiion of the Board of
Trade unfurling the national flag over their
room. In it he said he was strongly in favor of
exporting: tne union, tbe Constitution, and our
C01u.ntfJ' flag, under all circumstances. He
said that In a crisis like the present, It was the
v uniaen to stand by the Uovern
ment. , .. . , ,
uaaiana eonntv alnn nr. t- i
5 f?,rooP that Is required by tbe
.vu, irvn id eottrt bute.
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OOBANTON, r. April 17.Qi.n. Mer.
Ition for 1.000 men . from i.,,.ni " .!
complete, and will start f0f ,Harrlsbnrg to-
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Marion, O., April 17 .An enthusiastic Union
meeting was held here last night. Speeches
Dy mer of all parties. There is but one sen
tlment the Union must be maintained and
the laws enforoed. Volunteerlncleoes on brisk'
ly.
Boston. April 17. The citv Is filled and
soldiers ere still arriving It Is understood lo
go to Washington. Tbe aro commanded by
Gen. B. F. Butler. The Governor made them
a speech from tbe State House.
Four regiment! leave this week one for Ft.
Monroe. '
The Suffolk Bank has tendered 100.000 to
the State, and the same amount to tbe United
Sates.
Marietta. O.. April 17. The Union senti
ment here Is iotense. Tbe largest meetiug ever
neia in marietta is now In progress. The vol
ooteer company Is full, and thousands are ready
ana are now making preparations to form com
epanles of Home Guards.
Philadelphia. Anril 17. Salutes are to be
fired here in honor of Gov. Hicks, of Md. Tbe
excitement here Is Increasing every hour, and
recruiting? oarties are Daradine the city.
ine ladies or this city nave resolved to wear
rosette ot red, white ana blue.
Dayton. Anrll17. Th Davton Ltcht
Guards. Cam. Pease, and the Montgomery
Guards, Capt. Hughes, left for Columbus at 7
o'clock this evening. There were 230 men In
the two companies.
The Lafayette Guards, Capt. Dealer, will
leave to-night at 12 o'clock.
Capt. Cbilds is filling np a rifle company,
whloh will leave to-morrow.
Tbe military fever Is high here. Conductor
Martin went with the Dayton Light Guards, car
rying the stars and stripes.
Providing!, R. I., Aoril 17 Tbe legisla
ture appropriated $500,000 for military pupo
ses. Toe Banks offered $250,000 to tbe State.
Nkw York, April 19 A special report states
authoritatively tbat Major Anderson implicitly
obeyed Instructions at Sumter.
It is reported tbat Capt. Meigs, with Sappers
and Miners, bave eone to Fort Pickens.
The Herald says the Charleston correspondent
oi me nmet was saved Dy trie Britiab. Consul
protecting him. and threatening to send for tha
oritian neet ir not released, as be was an Eng
lish subjeot. He was immediately released and
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lurnisnea wun a pass.
Reports from Virginia to nlcht am that it to
impossible to bass the aocaasion ordinance, and
tbat a vote had been taken showing a majority
gaunt If
Col. Ellsworth is organizing a Zouave recri-
ment of 800 picked men from the fire denurt-
mentexolnslvely.
The firemen at Brooklyn are also forming a
regiment.
At Jersey City, the Zouaves have volunteer
At Newivrk tha Grmfln Turner hnvn rnnrini..
ed tbelr services.
The whole Hudson brigade, of New Jersey,
has also volunteered.
The 55th regiment, last night, waited thn nr.
rival of the Boston regiment, to tender the Bos
ton boys a soldier's welcome.
The Governor has accented tha narvinrn nf
the Scott Life Guards.
Tbe 79th regiment. Highlander!), nnnnlmnnn.
tendered their services last night.
Drills were held in nearly every armory Ifint
night. " '
U Is anticipated tbat the 7th regiment will
take over 1,000 men to Washington to-morrow.
Hartford. Aoril 17. Tho largest and moat
enthusiastio meeting ever held iu this city, was
held here tbis evening. It was called to auotaln
Government.
Tbe banks of this citv this P. M. tendprwi
$500,000 to the Governor lor arming the
troops.
Tbe Connecticut regiments will be organized
a day or two, and prepare to respond to the
call of the Government.
PaOVIDINOI. Anril 17. Men-am.- A. Sr. W
Sprague have offered $100,000. Volunteers
coming in rapidly from all parts of the
State. The greatest enthusiasm nrevaila.
CHIOA80. Anril 17. At a. meeting nf thn
Board of Directors of tha Bnrlinin Sut.
Bank, Iowa, this morning, It was resolved that
the cashier of this branch be directed u ad
vance to tbe Governor of this State inch anm
money as may be required for (be equipment
and preparation of the regiment oalled for by
President of tbe United States.
Boston. Aoril 18. 80 men enrolled them.
selves at a single recruiting station, between 8
10 o'clock this morning. Tho Merrimao
Kiver Banc, ot Manchester, New Hampshire,
offers tbe State $40,000 tor military puroosej.
the Portsmouth Bnk $30,000. Existing
going on rapidly in the Granite State.
New York. Aoril 18; The steamahlo Bil-
from Charleston bar the 8th Inst., came np
tne city, ana ancnorea off tbe battery, at 1
M. to-day. The Baltic bad flying ftoin ber
main-mast head tbe flag of Fort Sumter, and at
foremast the flag from Fort Moultrie.
Tbe Harriet Lane, Capt. Faunce. sailed In
companywitbthe Baliiej also, the Pawnee, witn
troops, ana the rocabontas lor Norfolk.
1 be Powbattan was not. nor had she been, at
Charleston.
The Pawnee did not arrive at Charleston un
after tbe surrender of Fort Sumter. During
whole time tbe fleet remained off tbe bar,
wind blew a gale from the southeast, ren
dering the fleet useless, so far as Fort Sumter
was concerned.
Qtrinro. Aoril 18. In Parliament latt nieht.
Mr. MuDoueal, one of the leaders of the opposi
tion from Upper Canada, stated that it evils
now existing in consequenoe of the Union with
Lower Canada were not otherwise remedied, an
alliance between Upper Canada and Northern
States was likely to be formed.
Nkw York. April 18. The board of broker s
appropriated $1,000 to equip tbe national
Suard. No second board is to be held on Satur
ay. Norwich, Ct., April 18. An enthusiastio
meeting was held here to-day.
$10,000 was raised by subscription for the
families of volenteers.
Gov. Buckingham and Wm. P Greene cave
$10,000. .
Osweoo, April 18. At a meeting of the For
Regiment, Col. L. R. Beardley, held
this city last evening, their service were
unanimously tendered to the Government.
New York, April 18 A Massachusetts re
glment arrived this morning, breakfasting by
regiments at tne Astor House, Metropolitan and
Nicholas. They marohed down Broadway at
o'cloek, amid wildest ntbusiaam. Flags
firing from every store and dwelling. Cheers
and cries of God bless yon were frequently ut
tered, iney emoarKea at a o'clock direct for
Washington.
Daniory. "Ct., April 18. The Directors of
the Pahanisgar Bank, to-day, unanimously vot
ed to tender to the Government $50,000.
Buffalo. April 18. Comoanv "D ." Maior
Hiaweu, commander, toon tbe reoulred oatb aud
are'now ready for active servioe. Gen. Scrogcs,
wno recently resigned bis Brigaaier Ueneral-
snip, nas enrolled a company lor immediate
service. Tbe chief operators of Eastern and
Canada lines have been granted leave of ab
sence ior tnree momns military service by tbeir
respective superintendents.
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Washinoton, April 18. Cantaln Callum. of
the Corps ofEnglneers, has been appointed Aid
deCamp to Gen- Soott, with rank of Lieutenant
Colonel, mui Is officially announoed as such to
tbe Army. , He is to be obeyed and respected
accordingly.
Messrs. Carlisle and Dent, delegates of the
Virginia State Convention, arrived here tbis
morning. Tbey are of the strongest Uuion sen
timents, and their presence here at tbis time
occasions mnon surprise. Tnsy say there is no
inrtoer use ior tnem in tbe Convention. Mr.
Carlisle remarked that ha left Richmond a aad
man.
. It Is the intention ot the War Dapartment to
muster companies enough in this District to
yieio a toroe approaoning w uuu men. : --.
Boioiersoi tne waroi vavi are about adont
Ing a military organisation, and offerlcg their
services in tne deience oi tbe seat-of Uovern
moot. :': t .-
Massachusetts and Rhode Island regiments.
and the 7th regiment of New York, are expect-
u nere immeoiateiy. ..- v ; i
A special Government mesienger has lust
arrived from Psusaoola.
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Dispatches from the South.
' St. fluis. Aorll 17. The State Journal pub
llsbes the following reply from Gov, Jackson to
Secretary Cameron
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT OF MISSOURI,
Jefferson City, April 17.
Sir: Yonr dispatch of the 15th Inst., mak
ing a oall on Missouri for four regiments of
men, for immediate servioe, nas been reeeived.
There can be, I apprehend, no doubt but these
men are Intended to form a part of the Presi
dent's army to make war upon the people of
tbe seceded States. Your requisition, in my
udgment, Is illegal, unconstitutional and Inhu
man, revolutionary in Its object, and diabolic.
and oannot be oomplled with. Not one man
will tbe State of Missouri furnish to oarrv on
suon an crusade.
C. F. JACKSON,
Governor of Missouri.
Montoomert, April 17. The Cabinet has bad
a long session to-dav. A proclamation will be
issued to-morrow, oalling 150,000 more troops
in tne field.
President Davis issued a proclamation lovl
ting privateers to make wer on tbe Northern
commerce, with letters of Marque and reprisal.
He speaks of the wrongs of the past, those
now tbreatened by those wnose enmity li lm
plaoable. He conoludes by saying, nnder the
blessings of Divine Providence, we may hope
lor a speedy, Just ana nonorame peace.
Fifty thousand volunteers from Kentucky and
Tennessee have been offered the Confederate
States.
Tenders have been made of letter of marau
ana reprisal.
New Orleans, April 17. Active prepara
tions are malting lor tne aeieoee or tne city.
Tbe CounoU has appropriated $300,000 for that
purpose Everything in the way of military
matters is mating rapid progress.
Tbe subscription books tor the Confederate
loan were opened to-day. Tbe rush ot sub
scribers is very great
On Sunday fast tbe Star of the West was still
off Indianola. Tne Empire and Mohawk left
on Friday evening with troops. Their destine
tion is unknown. Six companies 'of U.S.
troops, under Majors Smith and Sibley, are at
Green Lake, near Indianola, wailing for more
companies irom tne upper irontier.
Maj. Rhett bas resigned, and offered his ser
vices to the Southern Confederacy.
Looisvillc, April 17 Extra meeting
tne uity isounoil, tnis evening, appropriated
jju.uuu io arm tne city.
Richmnod, April 17, 5 P. M. The ordinance
oi secession nas not passed. Tbe Convention
is still in secret session. Nothing certain is
nowo..
Mimfhis, April 17. Saunders dcoltnes the
postioasterehiD. The Committee of Safety of-
lerea resistance, reeling nnanlmons. Casting
cannon is going on.
Aooosta, Ga., April 17. Offers of Northern
voluuteera are considered mere gasconde, but
regiments are lorming to meet them. Men and
money ireeiy onereo.
Trknton, Aoril 17. Senator Thompson was
nere to day to purcnase a nag to display from
nis residence. He expressed himself strongly
favor of sustaining the government and en-
itrciug me laws.
Our Military Board has been In session all
the morning, and orders have been itaned for
four regiments.
Memphis, April 17. The Memphis and Ohio
Railroad offers to transport troops and muni
tions free.
The Council h as apoointcd a Military Board
and appropriated $50,000 to cefend the city.
Union flags on steamers bave been hauled
down, and the citizens are arming and volun
teering. Lkxinoton, Ky., April 17 . Major Breckin
ridge writes from Richmond, Ky., to a friend
Lexington: "I bave filled all my appoint
ments, and some extra ones, to immense crowds.
Kontucky should call a convention without de
lay, and Lincoln's extra sorsion of Congress
should be confronted by fifteen States. Tbis
alone can prevent a general civil war. The ab-
norronce or Lincoln's proclamation is Immense
amongst the people."
Mr. Breckinridge speaks in Lexington, to
morrow, Thursday night, and at Louisville On
Saturday.
Charleston, April 17. Some exoltement ex
ists bere about tbe secession of Virginia, ff
sbe secedes. It is supposed that tha traona Will
sent from South Carolina to Virginia, but
uuiib w ui go ueiore.
Private intelligence asserts that President
Davis intends to take oommand ot the opera
tions at rensacoia.
Tbe Iron Battery on Cumminga' Point la he
taken down to day. Tbe guns and rifled
uaunoos are to be removed to posts commanding
tho channel.
The work of tearing down and olearlnir out
oumLt?r continues.
o . .
$2,000,000 of the Confederate States Loan
been t ken In this citv. and New Orleans
wants $5,000,000. The whole 1 15.000.000 will
lesnea immediately. , .
Montgomery. Aoril 17. Charloatnn haa ta.
ken $2,000,000 of the loan at par. $1,200,000
was paid in cash. New Orleans took $2 700 000
par, and tbe people are not dons subscribing
either place. Mobile took $300,000. All
taken by small bidders. Capitalists hold off till
morrow.
Charleston. April 17 Nothing of ailrrint.
impartanoe bas occurred bere to-day.
Tbe prospect of the secession of Virginia
gives great joy to tbe people here.
$2.000,000of the Confederate States loan baa
been taken in Charleston alone. Tbe books
will be opened again to morrow. Tbe paper is
ready to be taken in tbe interior.
Not a word has been heard from Virginia.
great anxiety exists In consequence.
Gov. Ellis telegraphed here be bad taken tbe
forts in North Carolina. ,
Baltimore, April 18. No fears are antici
pated of trouble or detention on the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad there la a denided Union
sentiment on the entire line, and no trouble is
apprenended at Harper's Ferry, or at any other
point. Rumors of an attack there are entirely
groundless, the Government having full pos
session of the Armory, which will be amply re
Inforced, if requisite.
Louisville, April 18. Gov. Maooffin haa Is
sued a proclamation convening tna Kentnekv
I .1 - . ... "
uegiomiuro uu me zim met. ...
Norfolk, Vs.. Aoril 17 Geo. Lnval. N.n
inn n .i.: t I . .
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ROCHCSTIR, Anril 17. Tha Paetfln TAWianh
Company was organised In tbis oitv to day, and
following persona were eleoted Dlreotors:
Hiram Bibley, Isaao Butte, Jepbttra H Wade,
Isaao R. Elwood, Cbas. M. 8tebblof, Tbos. R.
Walker. John H. Berrvhlll. Edward
Samuel L Seldeo, Theo. Adams, John H. Har
mon, Benjamin r . rickllng, Albert W. Bee,
Jis. 8. Graham and Josenb Medbnrw.
At the meeting of the Directors, j H. Wade
was elected President, Hiram Sibley Vloe Pres
ident, and Isaao R, Elwood Secretary and Trea
surer. " .
Active measures will be taken to insure tbe
completion of the line to San FrancUoo this
year, the co-operation of tbe California compa
ny having been secured to extend their line
eastward, .j .;
Washington, April 17. Tbe Treasury De
partment uas issued an oraer oireoting tbat the
name of 1st Lieutenant Rogers be strluken from
the roll of tbe revenue service, for having,
oommand ol tbe revenuecutter Henry Dodge,
violation of his offlolal oath and of his duty
tne uovernment, surrendered his. vessel to
Texas. ., v t .
Washinoton, April ll Edmund C-Car
rington, formerly of Virginia was to day appoint
Attorney General for the District of Cnlnm.
bis; J. M- Fleming, Attorney for the Eastern
District of Tennessee; Geo. Leonard Davla.
Paymaster of the Navyi Col. Chas. Lee Jones
day resigned bis commission as Adiutant
ueucrsii oi tue iutrict oi vommoia ZUUlua.
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M. H. REST1EAUX,
NO, 34 NORTH HIGH STREET.
! Columbus, Ohio, .
1:. ." '-'" '..'DEALER IN . .
FISE AND BTAPLI OROOKItlES, ' '
, PBODU0, PROVISIONS, JatllTg, ,
. - 'tlrOVB, M&T.UQOOM, :
-w ?,r.t iroODM wiu, '
jlm
THE MARKETS.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, April 17.
TLOU ft receipts of 4,046 bblst market about
oenetter wun fair demand: ss-r 13 eoo bbla at as
uua jo ror suixrnne itte; as vuota.ju for extra
Slate: IS lliiJS IS lor supertlue extra western; SJ5 23
WJ u ior common to medium extra western : M3
SO (or, hlpuiua brands extra Hound Hoop Obio. (Jan
adlao flout shade firmer: ealea of 700 Mils at SS mm
bib flouH steady at 13 4094 10 for common lo
cnoice snpernne.
WBIAT recelota of 11.148 knih. Market
Utile more steady: eatta of Sfl.miO buihat a 1.20 tor
UhlcsKo Spring In store- l,S1.30for Uilwaukle Club;
eji.xuior neq state, I, HI lorwnito western.
BARLEY dull at 6IKS75.
OOBM receipts or 34 640 bnsh; market active and 1
cent netter; sales or et.uoo buin at 07flXo ror old
mixed western In store and delivered: GlKO'Ai for tew
do at R. R. D.
O Aid firm at S430o for western Canadian and
Bute.
PO BK firm iiles of S00 bbls at 18,2518 SO for mess;
f iai a m ior prime. .
BKKF qalet and unchanged. Rales of 150 bbls.
CUT MKATS-steady.
LARD firm: sales or 3001 bbls at OUOtlOt;.
BUITEB In fair request at 10jjHo for Ohio and 14
jv ror state
CHEErtK steady atflffllOWn for Inferior to orime
WHISKY firm and mora actire. isles of SOO blrn t
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, April 18.
General mercantile holiness In nearly all Its branches
surrendered to the contemplation md discussion of the
oew condition of International relations. The pause
leaves everything unchanged ae to prices, for in the ab
sence of demand, no one has any occasion to offer stun
of an? kind, even at lower prices.
vLOUB of the best tirades Is taken bra reeulsr de
mand; otber qualities are inactive at 14 2.1 f 84 40 fur
euperflne, 4 30 to 91 70 for extra, $4 63 to f 3 for fam
ily. WHK4T is offered sparingly at l fer prime Bed
There is no market for It, excepting among the millers,
and they adhere to a resolution not to piy over 00s,
wntie prime nentuony was sola at SJ1 iu
Horn, Bye, Oats and Barley are utiobauned in nominal
(.notations
W11ISKY-IS kept at ViH althoueh an effort was
made to sacure an advance to 12c Cin. Com, April
19.
Cleveland Market.
April 17.
The market is very onlet. and wa have no trnn.arflnn.
coosequence to report. There is a good demand for
wheat for milling, bat there is none coming in.
FIOUk tales, in a email way, at $5 23 for good red
whsst donble extras, and S8 00 for choice white ditto.
WUKAT Red is sesree and in demand at SI (IV .nil
white at 1 20.
COBN quiet at 34o.
Oats quiet at 21o by the car load.
POHK-s.les of 43 bbls inspected mess at 910.
BUTTIH sales of 6 bbls new roll at 13c.
BOOS steady at 939KC.
8KBD8 sales of 50 lm. hat. Clnmul Tin. ill,.
quio.a. y JU.
ilAUS sale of SOU ft, country Hams at 80.
rtHOULnjCKB talee 1.000 lr.aemntrv.cnri tn.
BBANS salea in small lot. at 80 and 7.F far
pro on.
CUJCSaIe of 25 boxei at 9c.
April 17. MARRIED,
On this (Tharsdty) morning, April 18, at tho resi
dence of the bride's father, In this olty, by the Hot. Mr.
Goodwin, cf the Congregational Church, Mr, WILLIAM
JAMES, of Westchester, Fa., and Mist 8EBILLA
. JANNEY,deujbter of John J. .Tanney, Kiq.
We acknowledge the receipt of a liberal portion of ths
Cake distributed on the occasion of the happy nuptial!,
hope the two willing hearts now bouod la "Hymen's
silken tie" will enjoy a anion that shall grow more con
genial and more sacred by the lapse of tlm e.
DIED,
In thlt city, on Wednesdsy, April 17th, of consump
tion, WILLIAM It. MARTIN, aged 40 years and 7
months.
The frlendt and acquaintances of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend hit funeral f rem the resi
dence of hit father, Thomas Martin, on Oiy street, be
tween Fourth and fifth, at 9 o'clock P. M., Friday,
April 19th.
This morning, of dlsotse of the heart, QEORQE S. Ho-
CLKLL AND, aged 23 years and 4 months.
Tbe frlendt and acquaintance! of the family are e-
spectfully Invited to attend his funeral at Trinity chuich,
S o'clock to-morrow afternoon.
to
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
NOTICE.
THE PAHTNEHSHIP HERETO.
for existing between the subscribers in thlsci'y nn.
the Arm of McKeo k. Bestleauz expired by limitation
onus nmoay oi April, icoi. urn. H. Keitleaux,
ill oentlnue the business at the same place, No 34 North
High street, lie will pay all olalms agalost the firm,
collect all the debts, nsing the firm nam for that
purpose oniy.
JAB. M. Mi-KSB,
WM. JJ. KBdTIBATJX.
Columbus, O., April 10,1601.
I h70 sold to Wm. IT. Reslleaux my interest lo the
business of the lata firm of McKea Ac RciU.n. nrf
hereby recommend him to the continued faror and eon-
naence or the public. JA3. li. McKE B
Columbus, O., April 10, 1801.
THE IflTJTUAli EIFE
IMSUHAKCE COMPANY
O NEW YORIC.
8. Wnirox, President. Isaac Aibatt, Secretary.
Ret Cash Assets, Febrnarr 1, 18C1,
SO.OOO,OS6.74.
B1CRZ3T COMPANY III TUB VXITZD STA7TS1
HjAU tha Profit! are divided among the IniuredJII
Applications and Pamphlets can be had by applying to
FRED'K J. FAY, Ant,
Carpenter s Building, 117 8juta Blgn Street.
pr aim
REMOVAL.
3. X03rlo dk Oo.
HAVE HEIVIOVED THEIK OFFICE
to th South-west corner of IIIh and Friend
Streets,
"UP STAIRS,"
will continue to keep on hands a large stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
The attention of Merchants and Dealers Is respectful.
Invited to our stock. B. DUYLB t Co.
arch:ltlllJoly3l.
STIAJtl CHITTENDEN . . . HENRY T. CHITTENDEN
8. & H. T. CHITTENDEN,
ATTORNEYS' AT LAW.
dPOfflcei, 89 William Street, Be York City, and
Parsons' Bdildiko, Columbus, Ohio.
Uj0refUI attention paid to Collections,
april8:dom
COPAHTNEUHHIP NOTICE.
HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED
wl h me, In the Grocery business, II r. ADAM
NaUsWINDEtt. Tbe buitneso will hereafter be con
ducted tinder the firm name of Divine t Nimwixdsh, at
via Diana, no, m nana uign street.
a. a. simino.
Columbus, April 10, 1801 aprll:dlw
Orrici or Colonsoi Oai Liout at CoKt Oo. (
CoLuaaca, Ohio, April 11, 1601. J
THE A1V"II7Al.inEGriNO.0F THE
iiockholders of ihls Company will he held at their
Office. In the City or Columbus, on MONDAY, TUB S.'d
Or aP&IL, 1801, at 3 o'clock P. M.
apll-dtd. W. 2. HILLS, Becretary.
Employment.
THE 8TJB8CKIBEH8, DEALING IN
a staple) Articles will furnish employment to
few active men to act as agents for their house. A
preference will be given to those who are well acquaint
ed in the district for which they apply.
or which nrrioes they are willing to pay a aala ry
from
$600 to $800 psr year, and Ixpsnsss.
For further particulars address
W. B. MOBinOUSB At CO.
3 and S, Bxchanis Place,
Jan30-d3m. Jersey'Olty, N. J.
TEIABTJRI DEPARTMENT Of OHIO,)
.OoLoaaua, April i, 1861. J
Sarlnesi Sanlc of Cincinnati.
ALL, PKK SONS HOLDIISOTHE CIR
calatiog Notes of the savings Bank of ClncionsU
present the asm at tbis office for rcdsmotion, wheie
theywlllbepaldln full.
aprt dim A. P.gTOSK.Treaanrorof State.
ADVIRT1BBMKNT.
Ior the INSTANT BBLIIf
and PIRMAN1NT CCBI or th
distressing complaint use
ENDTH
BRONCHIAL CIQAEITTE8,
Hade by 0. B. BBTUOUR ft CO., 107 Wasaaa St., M. T.
Price 1 per box; sent free by post.
BOB iALB AT ALL DBUSQIITI.
aro-dtwljia
nOHHHTI, HIBBONS TADS, AND
AtuuitaB, new styiei.jusi open mov
BAIN At ION.
ASTEIlA
aptUS
Ho. M South High street.
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SPECIAL NOTICES
MANHOOD.
HOW I08T, BOW BE8I0SE0,
JPBT PUBLISHED. ON TUB sisntg ,. .
MJ5NT AND BADIOAL OUBK OF 8PKKU AIORBUKA.
or Seminal Weakness. Sexual Dehtlit N.,...
voluntary Emissions and Impotency, resulting from
Self-amno, 4to. By Robt. 1. Oulverell, M. D. Sent
hi m piaiu uTeiope, to any adilresi.p ust
timll n sua a In! a 4w a A l . . m .
KUNB, 127 Bowery, New York. Post Odin. Box Ni
Kim- naiSI:3Ridfc
noiFAi's Lire i'illn.
In all oases of oostlveneas, dyspepsia, bullous and lirei
amotions, pilot, rheumatism, fevers and amies, oijsti
nate bead aches, and all general deranevmenii of hraltti
uiwe rius nave invariably proved aecrlalj and s(.ecdj
remedy. A tingle trial will place tho Life P,lls twyoid
uiereacn oiooropetltion In the estimation of every ua-
(lent.
Br. Moffat's fhumix Ultters will be found e(Jui.M f
flcaeiout in all canes of nervous debility, dyspepsia, head
aone, uie siccness Incident to females In delicate hnnlih
and every kind of weakness of the digestive orj-ws.
For tale by Dr. W. B. MOFFAT, X15, Broadway, n. Y.
Md by all Drutrglsta. mav'-V-IAiirls
Tha following is an extract from a
letter written by the Key. J, 8. Holme, paster oi the
Plerrepoint Street Baptist Church, Brooklyn, N. Y.,to
the "Journal and Messenger," Cincinnati, O. , and speaks
volumes Iu favor of that world-renowned medicine, Mks
Wiittuiw'i Soot mxe Svarr- ruR Cnn.DRO, TurrHixo:
"We see an advertlsroent iu your columns ofjlns
IVIHSLOW'S aooTHiNa Sran. Now ..1.1. i
in favor of a patent medicine before in our life, but we
feel compelled to say to your readers that this is no hum
hug W HAVKTRtan IT, iXD KIOW IT TO S Ali IT
claim. It is probably one uf the most successful medi
cines of the day, because It is one ol the best. And th.,ie
of your nadert who have babies can't do better than
.jr iu. auppiy.- OcfltlydeiW
HTONEWELLg
For all XII It o r nuu
lvku cojiiaurs,
tncludlnn; WHUUI'lM;
COrjGSI, and every
Complaint tho r rerun
ner of, and oven nrtunl
cmssvmeriox.
The (i'rent IVI I lAI.
GIC III J1I IIV and al
ural tiPIA I i;, udtt-il
to every specie of Ner
veus Coinnluinh, Icr
voua and Chronic
Headache, stliet,i,i.
Ham, (Jatarrlt, 'l',i,
and Ear Ache, l.oas of
Sleep, Hiiilllouol Com.
plaint.
UNIVERSAL
COUQII
REMEDY.
HTONE WELL'S
TOLU
ANODYNE.
No real Justice can be dona thx shore hlVtlT.llnn.
but by procurinn and reading descriptive pampnleis.;
oo lounu wun an aeaiers, or will be sent by Proprietor
on demand. Formulae and Trial Dottles sent lo I'livsl
cians, who will And developments in both Worthy their
acceptance and approval.
Correspondetce solicited from all whose necessities oi
curiosity prompts to a trial of the above reliable Heme
dies.
ror snle ty the nsual wholesale and retail dealer
everywhere.
JOHN Iu. IIUIvNEWELL, Proprirto
CHEMIST AND PHARMACEUTIST,
Ko. 9 Commereial Wharf, Boston, Mass.
Bobertj Ac 8amuel, N. D. Marple, J. R. Cook. J. M
Denifr, a. Denij? tt Sons, A. J. Schueiier Bon. At-cnls
for Columlms, Ohio.
myl-dly
A MEETING
OF
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
AT
62 EAST TOWN STREET,
WAR! WAR!! WAR!!!
OWING TO THE WAR MHT WF.F.N
the Union and the Bunny South, I have ctnclu Jed
sell out
ALL MY GOODS,
EVEN
BELOW COST.
Tho stock consists of the largest lot ot
WHITE GOODS,
In the city of Columbus:
JACOSETS,
CAMBEIC8, a
BEILLIANTS,
ESaEBAXDAS,
HTJLL9,
PIAID3.
S0IT FINISH CAMBRICS,
COlIABS, 1301588, 8KIBT EKA'D,
H08IBBY, PINS. BTJIT0XS
STJ8PEHDERS, E00K8 ANO EYES,
and all kinds of
NOTION3 AND SMALL WARES;
tneoeai iiuur sti.111 I S in Columbus, end at !he
lowttt price,
Wlioleaale andllctall.
Then, ladles, all, b?!h great and small,
Come, (ire mo a oall,
And then you'll flud A. M. E. STojtmi
Iu all his Glory.
A. M. K. STORRIE. Awnt,
Bemembor the War I No. 6i Town s.rect.
aprll.-d3m Columbus, Ohio
0UBA.T CIHUJ.
DR. LELAND'S
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND,
13 THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR,
Rheumatism, Goat and Keuralgia,
AND A SCSI CUBE TOR
All Mercurial Diseases.
Tt Is a conrenlently arranted Band, containing a mnt.
icated compound, to be worn around the Waist, without
Injury to tha most delicate persons; oo chanse in hab:ts
llvine-is required, and it entirely removes iha riia
from the system, without producing; the injurious
effects atleing from the use of powerful internal meill
cines, which weaken and destroy tbe constitution, ar.d
temporary re net only, ny mil treatment tne med
icinal properties contained in the Baud come in contact
with tha blood ai d reach the disease, throu.h ihenor...
the skin, effecting In entry instance a perfect cure,
restoring the parte afflictid to a heal by condition.
This Bndlaalsoamo,tpgerful Arm kltacoaiAL asent,
will entirely relieve tha system Irom tn pernicious
cuccii ui oivrcury. aioueraio cases are currd In a few
davs, ai d wa are constantly receiving tf stimoLlals of its
Uicacy in agiravated ca.es rf loi.g standing.
Fate t iM, to he had of Druggists (.ei.erally, or cm
sent by null or express, with full dlreo.ions for il l.
any part of the country, direct from the rrincii.al
Office,
No. 409 BBOATJWAY, Hew Yoik.
G. SMITH & CO.. Sole Proprietors
N. S. Descriptive Circulars Bant Free.
KJ Arc lit! Wanted ETeiyMrliPr.
mli23 lylsorlstp dtw r
FIRST
OPENING OF THE SEASON
or
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
A.T P. HOSE'S.
AGAIN OFFER TO THE fl DLIC
an entire new stock of Gooda In my line, Junt porch,
In New York at the cheapest panic rates, at- ol which
shall sell at the smallest profits, for Cash. Uy ru.toru
ersand frltruli are respectfully invited tocalind exam
ine my Goods and Pilcee. as I am determined to tell as
cheap or cheaper than any other house In the oily; and
I do my own Cutting, and superintend mv own l u.l
ness, I feel assured, fnm my long experience in busi
ness, to give general satlslaction. The finest of work
men are emp'oyed, aud all work done strictly to time a jd
short notice, and warranted to fli Btraopets visiting
city would c msult tbelr Interest by giving me a call
before purchasing elsewhere. t. IttiSK,
Merchant Tailor,
marchSO-dly Cor III,k aud Town sis.
WM, KNABE & CO.,
AT THFIK NKW SALHt-fTtewa
ROOM,m. ISO BAirJfO6T,
nun. i, s, a ana i n. Jtui Avr sitii,
Offer for sale their celebrated.
GOLDEN MEDAL,
GRAND
ANDSQaRE
PIANO-FORTES.
Being highly recommended by tha first ProfVfsora aad
Musical Amateur! ot the country, and
BTBBT
INBTRCMENT
WARBANTBD FOB
FIVBYCARB.
Tha most fkatldions customer may rely apon beini
pleased in every respect. .
Terms liberal. Wat KNABB Jt CO.
BHLTZBR k WIB8TBB. Ageota,
0ct26:lidW. ' Oolumhae. Ohio.
a aw awn riGDKED I1LAK
DKSsS RILES, of evsrv grade. Tlx most select
assortment In the cliy,
and at most reasonable rates.
VAIN At BON.
Bo, 80 Souih Ulsh etreet
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Dr. J. JL McLEAN'S
Strengthening Cordial and Blood
PURIFIER-
The Ureatoat Kemedy In Vise Merles
AND IB1
MOST DKliaOTJS
Atrn
'j DELIGHTFUL
UUHDIAL
EVER TaREN.
IT1SSTHICT.
ly a acientiSo and
Vegetable Oompound,
procured by the dlatil
Ltion of Roots. Herbs)
and Barks, Yellow
Dock, Blood Boot,
8ruparilla, 97 I I d
Uherry Bark and Dsn-,
delion enters Into Its'
Mm Taklnjiire active' medw After Taking.
principle of each Ingredient la thoroughly extracted by
my new method of distilling. nrodado.. Aelleiaiu. sv
bilerating spirit, and the most INFALLIIiLB remedy for
renovating the diseased system, and reaioring he sick,
ulTerlnr and debilitated INVALID to HKALTn .nA
8TKENOTU.
flcLEAN'M RTHF-NflTHENINO COM.
DIAL
Will effectually sers -
LIVBR COMPLAINT. UYHPHPBIA, JATJNDIOB
Chronic or Nervous Debility. Diseases of the Kldnen.
and all diseases arislug from a diaonierej l iver or 8 torn
ach, Dysricpsia, Heartburn, Inward Piles, Aclditv or 8lck
nets or the Htomach, Fuilneaa of Blood to the Head, Dull
pain or swimming in the bead. Palt-.tatlOD of the Hear!
fullness Or Weight In the Htoraaeh. Ronr rorttLin.
Choking or luffooatlng feeling when lying down, Drvness
or Yellowness of tbe In and Kyes. Night Sweoia, In
ward Fevers, Pain In the small of lis back, chert or side.
Sudden Flui-hes of Heat, Depression of Spirits, FribUol
D reams. Languor, Despondency or any Nervous Disease,
Bores or Blotches on the Klein, .ni .ml An fn
Ohillsand Fever.)
Over a Million of uottlei
Have been sold durlue the last alx months and In nn In.
stance has tt failed io giving entire aatlsfactlcn Who,
uicu. wm uurririm nnaKieao or ueutiity wnen Slo
LKAN'B BTllKNOTIIENINQ CORDIAL will caie youT
No lauiruaee can convev an adeuu ite Idea of tha imm
dlate anil almost miraculous chauge produced by taking
una uorniai in tne mseasen, artitiiuitod and shattered
nervous s.vstem, whejier broken down by excess, weakbv
nature, or impaired by sickness, the relaxed and unstruris
oiganlratirm is restored to its priatii.e health and vipor.
irlAltlllED fEnSOKSI,
Or others conscious of inability, from whatever cause,
will flnd McLeans rkninglheoing ConlUI a thorouh
regenerator of the systems and all who may bave injured
themselves by improper Indulgences, will And in the Cor
dial a certain and speedy remedy.
To the L,adlos.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
Is a sovereign and speedy cure for -N
CI I I E JV T COJI S B n PT IOK , W II IT K.S
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontinence of
t'rine or Involuutsry Discharge thereof. Falling of Die
Womb, aidiliness. Fainting and all Diaeaaea moMne t
Females.
There Is no Mistake Ibont it.
Buffer no longer. Take It according to Directions. It
"ill stimulate, strengthen and invigorate you and cause
'he bloom of health to mount your cheek airalu.
livery bottle la warranted lo give satisfaction
I'OK CHIKDHEIf.
If your children are sickly. puny,or alilicted. Mi-Lean 's
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and rbu,t. Delay
Dtt a moment, try it, and you will be convinced.
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
Caotiiiii. Beirare of Drugirlsticr Dealer! who may
try to palm upon you some Hitter or clarsaparil la trasi-.
which they can buycheap, bysayioi it Is just as good.
Avoid turn men. Aek lor McLean's StreugthenlngCor
d.jl, and take nnlhingrlse It Is the only remedy that
will purify the Mood thoroughly and at the same tiu ,
strengthen the system.
One tabkspoonful taken every Doming fasting. Is a
ccrlaio preventive of Cholera, Chilis and Fever, Yellow
Fever, ur auy prevalent diseases. Ills put up in larce
bottles.
Frirc oniy II per bottle, or Chotlles fort.
J. II. McLEAN,
Pole Proprietor of this Cordial.
Also McLean s Volcanic Oil Liniment.
Principal lJep it on th; corner of Third and Pine streets,
St. Louis. Mo.
Mr-Lean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
tne bed Llnlrcent in the World. The only safe aud
scrtilu cure for Cancers, Piles, Swellings and nron
chitis, or Goitre. l'aralaia, Neuralgia, Weakness of ih?
Muscles, Curonlo or Inll-unmatory Kheumalism, Bt'irT
d.;m of the Joints, oontrnctcd Uuscles or Ligaments
Karache or Toothache, bruites. Sprains, Wounds, Fresh
Cuts, Ulcers, Fever fores, Oaked breast Bore Nipples,
Hums. rbi, Bore Tboat, or any Infiammation ur Fain,
noitiffe:on how severe, cr bo long the disease mav
have existed. KcLean's Celebrated Llnimont is a ,r
tan remedy.
Thousand! of human oelnrs have been saved a llfn cl
dexrepitu-ie and misery by the use of this invaluable mod
cine. McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
LINIMENT
Will relieve pain almost Instantaneously, and it wil
cleanse, purify acd heal Uie foulest sores in an incre.ll
ly short time.
For Horse and Oilier Aulniale.
Mrtecji a oelehrated Liniment Is the only safe and re
lul.le remedy fur the cure of Spavin, Ring Bono, Wind
galls. Splints, Dnnrttuml Burope, Nodes or Swellings. It
will never fail to cure Big Ucad, Poll Evil, Fistula. Old
running Bores or Bwecny, If properly applied. For
Sprains, Bruises, Scratches, Bores or Wounds, Onrked
Heels, Chafes, Bad-lie or Collar Oalls it la an infallible
remedy. Apply It as directed, and a cure ut certain io
every instance.
Then trifle no longer with tho many worthless Lini
ments offered to you. Obtain a supply ,f Dr. klcLeso'e
celebrated Liniment. It will cure you.
J. II. ItlcLivAN Bole Proprietor,
Corner of Third aud fine Streets, 8t. Louis, ato
Tor sale by all diurKlrta.
For rale by UOPEIiTB At B AMTJKL.
augW-d&wlj Columbus. Ohio
1)0 YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS? :
YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
BELLIUGHAM'S
ClLKBitATED
StimnlatingODpcnt,
For tho Whiskers and Hair
The subscribers take nieaeura In annonnclna- o the
Citizens ol tho United 8tat,s, that they have obtained the
Aieoey (or, and are ow enabled lo odor to Uie Airerioui
public, the aliovo Juatly celebrated aud world-renowned
article. The
STIMULATING 0NGUENT
fircrorcd by Da. C. P. BELLINGIIAM. an emluent
physician of Loudon, and Is warranted to bring out a
linen set oi
Whiskers or a Mnstachc
from three to six weeks. This article is tha onlv one
the kind used by Uie French, and in London and Taris
is in universal as-.
It is a beautilul, economical, soothing, yet stimulating
compound, acting as If by mbgic Oi0Q the root! causing
aheiuilful grown of uxuriant hair. If applied to the
scalp, it will cure e.Luxirts, and cause to spring up In
ottne nam spou a One growtb of now nair. ap
plied according to oircctioua, it will turn or Towr
dark, and restore gray lair to ita orlnlnal color,
leatiug it soft, smooth, aud flexIMe. Tha "Cmouiit" is
indispensable article In every gentleman '! toilet, and
alter oca week's use they would not forany oousideralloa
without It.
The subecrioera an the only Agents for tha article la
United Btatea. to wh m ail orders must be addressed.
Priee Olo Dollar a box for sale by all Druggist! and
Dealers; or a box of the "i nguect" (warranted to hsve)
dra-red edecO will be sent to any who desire) It, by
(direct), stcurely pscked. on rectlpt of pries and
posugu, (1.18. Apply to or address
IIOKACK L. nKOEMAN St CO.,
nauooirra, Slo ,
feb3illtnm SI William Btreet, New-York.
TRAVELLERS!
711ES joo go to New York, drve direct to the
tltlTklUrIAM IIOISF,
BROADWAY, COHNEft OF HOUSTON STEKT,
Conductsdog the J
EUROPKAN-rtAN.
Onrd Fare, Good Kmms, Prompt Attendance, and UodV
eraw Charges. ' , ; . .
NO LB ROOMS SO CIS. 71 CTS- and II TIE SAT.
POUBLI ROOMS aud PARLORS $l,5 to 3.
Mesh as ordered. This Hotel bas all tha appointment!
the best hotels, a most central Iccatlon, and la heated
throughout by steam. SAMUEL Jf . MBAD.
BiaichStl3m Proprietor.
GUERNSEY'S BALM
nEJIOVFS A N 11 I'MEVKNTS IN"
lammation and rata, and heals tbe worst barn.
Id, bruise, cut, or fresh wound of any kind, i reveota
swelling and pain from be stings, asofioito biles, and
poisenous plauta, neuralgia, rheumatism, ague In the .S"
oreaat, salt rhsum. Mo, Wheu liken internally, It Will
positively cure croup In children, and givea iinanedtsle)
relief In Uie worst east of this terrible complaint; also,
remove! hoarseness and son IbroAU Price, t!5 eents a
Dottle, tthould h in every house. For sale by Druif
flslaand Btoreki.ers. , IRYIN HTii.n a,
Bole rroprtetor, no. I Bpraos St., (tew sura
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