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MONDAY EVEN1NP, APRIL 22, 1661
TELEGRAPHIC! REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
Great Union Meetings in New
York and Chicago.
York and Chicago. The N. Y. 7th Regiment at Annapolis.
THE DEFENCE OF WASHINGTON.
Virginia Troops at Harper's Ferry.
TERRIBLE STATE OF AFFAIRS IN RALTIMORE
Apprehended Conflict between Baltimore
and Fort McHenry.
Massachusetts Regiments Landed at Fortress
Monroe and at Fort McHenry.
Condition of Things in Delaware.
Secession Feeling in Missouri.
CAPTURE OF THE STAR OF THE WEST.
Movements of Troops in Pennsylvania, &c.
&c. &c. &c.
New Yore, April 20. Tho Union meeting Is
now being held at Union Square. The assem
bly is nunicrout; all the lower part of the city
John A. Dix prosldes at tbo chief stand. Ham.
ilton risb, W. r. Haveinever and Moses Grin.
nell at others. The speakers include our most
Resolutions were submitted and will be adont
ed, pledging support to the Government to the
laying Cow a ot lives, It ceceaaury ; that lecea
nlnu is uiliiistlflable and treasonable, and an
pointing a committee of 25, to collect funds and
transact siicn other business In aid of govern.
ment as tie puouo interests require.
Guv. Morgan has quashed all proceedings
against Col. Corcoran, of the 19th regiment.
It is reported that a largo number of empty
cars were run down from Alexandria into Vir
ginia, Thursday, Lifitat, with tbo Intoution of
bringing up trops lor the attack ou the Cap!
The steamer Columbia has been chartered bv
the Government, and will sail to-morrow morn-
log for Washington,
a aupatcn irom ui. veneris savs tbe 7th
negimeui ion rmiaaeipnia oy ran tor Havre de
Grace, thence to embark by steamer for Anna-
a genueman i.-ora Washington reports irom
o.utiu to o.uuu troops under arms, Including
u reguiar. ooa iour oaeries oi nying ar-
iiiiery. yoi. aav.a is couuoene that be can
rirtfonfl tliA nil IT. trip lhA nrannt ana net .
r 7. "7 T-i i 7 u u K . k ' b;
fnrna In at. Id li Lrtl v tf ha KvrtttrvK a rra t I
The same eentleman reports that the oric
oi the 'trouble at Bail more was. that a rowdy
M o l
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.c.ia ,cimuuv, w.ujuv a uiudi iruiu UUO Ul I
, ""?" n,f 8D0' C8 i0iwr " l?e Dac
uK u, u ,,,Blttuy. i u. uraer was immeoiaieiv
- -v... v. .uwuiww nag niou.
District Attorney Smith has called on the
Judge of the United States Circuit Court for a
special jury to bring to justice parties sympa
thizing with the South in the city.
The scboouer L. C. Watt has been seized,
with a large quantity of arms, shipped at Hart
ford, Ct., tor the South.
Enlistments at Wilmington, Del., are at the
rate of 70 to 100 per day. Delaware will send
ner lull quota oi troops
A secession paper in Wilmington was obliged
to hoiBt tha American flag
A special dispatch to the Tribune a&ys orders
were received from Gov. Letcher to seize the
Custom House at Wheeling, but Wheeling is
strong for the Union, and last night It was
guarded by the Mayor for tbe United States.
The citizens were greatly excited at tho news,
and declare that they will stand by the stars
The same dispatch says Harper's Ferry la oc
cupied by 3.000 men, and the wildest excitement
prJ7 u o . L
Gov. Morgan has ordered the 6th, 12th and
list regimeuo mj go 10 asuingion Dy eteamer, l
unless railroad communications are open.
Californians resident in this city and State are
about to form a mounted company for the ser-
Tlu i rle nG0MrIIimtJeuU .
ua i wu iuu Bttaiuaui iuuisuj uve
supplied their vessels with cannon, muskets, cut
lanes and ammunition, to ensure protection to
passengers and treasure. Orders went out tome
time siDce to sheath their bows with iron, so as
to enable them to run down privateers or pi
rates which may attempt their capture.
Tho Washington Star of Friday says an at
tack on Washington, with such means as the as
sailants can hive, would be simply a cure sacri
fice of their Uvea.
A private dispatch from Baltimore savs the
Union men have no hopo, unless Gove rnment
occupies the city with an overpowering force.
Advices from Norfolk report the frigate
Merrimao getting her armament aboard with all
possible dispatch, under the protection of tbe
Cumberland's double shotted guns.
New York, April 21.
Tbe steamer State of Maine arrived here from
Norfolk to day. She landed a Massachusetts
regiment at Fort Monroe. She reports the
steamer spauiding there, landing Boston regl
The 5th regiment and acompauy of living
artillery arrived here to day. Also a battallion
of rifles. In six days Massachusetts has furnish
ed five regiments of Infantry, a battalion of
rifle), and a company of flying artlllory.
Mayor Browne, of Bilirmore, sent an answer
to tbe Governor of Massachusetts, saying that
owing to communication being stopped between
there and Philadelphia, he cannot send the
bodies of the men killed in the riot there; but
shall embalm and keep them.aubiect to order.
He and tbe Governor of Maryland regret this
affair as mnch as any one. Our people viewed
It as invasion. The authorities exerted them
selves to tbe utmost to prevent it, bat It was 1m
possible. When are these soenea to cease? Are
we to have a war of sections? Baltimomol&lmt
the right to pay all expenses.
Uovernor Anarow replies that be is over-1""
whelmed with surprise, that a peaoeful march
of American citizens over a hlghwav to defend
the common oountry should be deemed an ag-
vrMi nn nv uaiLimnreana. . i
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A swora irom tne citizens oi launton was
presented to Major Anderson to-day. Major
Anderson attended the Union meeting to-day,
and was most enthusiastically cheered. Ha coea
to Washington to nignt.
The Scott Life Guard, numberinr 1 .000 men.
has proceeded to Governor's Island.
Tbe governmentlbas also chartered the steam
era Jas. Adger and Marlon they sail .to-morrow
morning.-, Tbe 8th and 69th Regiments are
ordered to be ready to march to-morrow morn
log . . :
U.I. 8. Swift, formerly chief of the U. S.
Corps of Engineers, at the age of 78, has ten
dered his services to the government.
Sturges, Shaw & Co.! have Drentul r.M
Wilson's volnnteer regiment 1000 heavv srav
shirts. 'V " , : . r , , , . , .... '.
The Seventh Regiment reached Annapolis safe
jy Arcnoisnop uuguee suspended the stars
and stripes irom his dwelling. The eons Of the
most eminent citizens, and also people of for
eign birth, are enlisting to defend the Union.-.
There Is no communication with Baltimore or
Washington to-nighti doubtless stopped bv or
der of the Government. No fears for the safety
of Washington. ' l: -Business
was suspended yesterday to attend
the Union meeting, the largest ever known.
The speakers were Jno. A; Dix, Senator Baker,
Robt. J. Walker, Fernando-Wood, Wash. Hunt,
J no. Cochrane, and maoy others. New York Is
a unit for Union. ., - .
The tug Mercury, chartered and armed by
uovernment, naa ueen stationed at tneNar
rows, to examine all vessels.
Col. Ellsworth's regiment of firemen Zjuaves
was, musiereq w aj m etive serrlee.
HiiiiiBuia, April 20. Order of the Got
ernor, reoalllns the Ohio troopi, la counter
manded. 1.100 will arrive to-morrow.
Vlrpinl U rapidly anemblln man at Har
per' Ferry, o.uuu are expected. It U inp
ooied their destination il Washington. "
Three railroad brldgei, between Herrieburg
and Baltimore, are destroyed.
It li itated that tha Admlnlatratlon poaeeaeei
Imnnrtanr. lhfnimattnn ahnnt. thfl filanf Of the
eeceiilonlitj or Virginia ana mar j una.
Troopg Here will not more mi o,uuu are ee-
2,500 men were In Camp Curtln last night;
6.000 atand of arms were received from ritU
burgh. Three Ohio companies arrived to-day.
Fire hundred more will be here thla afternoon.
HiRHWo, April 21. Some soldiers iustei
eaned from Harper's Ferry report the deatrnO'
tlon of armi and buildings to be complete.
There are aeven tnousaoa Virginians there.
and fire thousand more are expeoted. Tbey de
sign Invading Maryland, and making Mason
and Dixon's line the line of warfare.
3.000 trooos no bv mldnieht train to the first
bridge, en route for Baltimore, on the Northern
Central Koad. They win oy followed oy auu
regulars. Sherman i battery, and ii.uuu volun
1,300. Includinrr 600 Ohio troops, were armed
since yesterday. The people of Chambersbnrg
are fortifying against Invasion.
Gen. Keim and staff arrive to-night to take
command of the troops. He left Washington
this morning, traveling 18 miles by carriage
from Baltimore. Judge Wilmot accompanied
him. They found five bridges destroyed on the
Central road. Sherman's and another battery
have arrived here
Philadelphia, April 20. The Government
nas taken possession or the Baltimore Kaiiroaa,
No trains are leaving here for Wilmington.
The Union men of Delaware are In a bad fix.
Though the population Is largely Union, all the
State arms are in possession of secessionists.
Transferred by the uovernor, who nas not re
sponded to the requisition ot the rresideot, and
will not. The Onion men hope the Govern
ment will take possession of the upper part of
toe state, in order to secure the powder mills at
Brandywine. at which the secessionists evident
Philadelphia. Aril 21. It is reported that
the President will call additional troops from
the faithful Statea to make np the deficiency
oaused by the refusal of others to furnish their
A party of armed working men leave to-mor
row to repair bridges on the .Baltimore Kail
It is said that Trimble, formerly President of
toe road, was shot dead by a man wno attempted
to defend the property of the road.
The police seized a cmantiiv of oontraband
goods for the South. The parties will be ar
rested and tried for treason. The goods were
directed to Jackson, Mississippi, via Memphis.
It la reported that the Baltlmoreans demanded
the surrender of Fort McHenry, and threatened
attack. The oommander replied that he
wonld be compelled to defend it and fire on the
city. It is said General Cadwallador'i man-
aloo, nineteen miles from Baltimore,
Two steamers hve been taken possession of
lor tne uovernment. The Massachusetts resi-
meni nu reaonea Annapolis. - '
The Massachusetts regiment which arrived
(here yesterday, bave gone direct to Washing
ton oy tne Keystone atate
New Yo, April 23One thouoand bar
rele of powder were aelzed veaterdav. bounds
. r-v . . . f. . .
miv uneui iiw a lot oi Diank resmters oi
m . . M D . .
vesieis wr tne uonrederate states. All
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avis uvhuis mvm (as v ott iviiy ?V CabVUVU
Senator Wilson, of Massachusetts, has'enlUt-
as private in a battalion of rifles of Mass a
Senator Baker, of Oregon, has been chosen
Col. of a regiment of Californians, they raised
iweniv-nve tnousana da in for tbetr mn a
Governor Morgan received bv teleeranh that
the 8th regiment from Massachusetts, under
General Butler, had arrived safely, and landed
Fort MuHenry on Saturday.
Rlohard Lathers avows himself for tbe Union
and the flag. He says nothing but secession
flags were flying in Baltimore no man dare pro
claim himself in favor of tbe Union. " 1
A vigilanoe Committee hold permanent sei
toa at Barnum'e Hotel: they spot every Strang-
Armed men are stationed to prevent rebuild
New York, April 22 Advices from Wash
ington state that the Government has planted
cannon on all heights overlooking the city. .
mere are about iu,uuu men under arms.
Wm. B. Aator offered to give the Govern
ment four millions, and to loan It ten millions.
Detroit, April 20. Rufus Hosmer, lately
appointed Consul to Franklort-on.the-Main, died
The Michigan Central Railroad offers to carry
Miohigan volunteers over the road freeof charge,
and the Western Transportation Company offers
free transportation on the Lakes for Michigan
tfOOpB QUrtng tOO War-
Ten thousand people assembled hi front of
rostomce building to-day, to witness the ad
ministration of the oath ot alleglaooe to all
national, State, oounty, and city officials here.
Arter prayer by itev. Dr. Uuffleld, the oath was
administered by the venerable Judge Wilklns.
The Star Spangled Banner was sung by tbe Nel
son sisters, tbe Immense concourse joining In
the chorus. The scene was the most impressive
ever witnessed in Detroit
Messrs. Jackson & Wiley, founders, offer to
make fifty tons of shot and shell for the Gov
ernment, to be paid lor when convenient.
Inoepenoence, April 20. At an earlv hour
thle morning, the arms and munitions of war
held at tbe arsenal at Liberty, Clay conntv.
were, at the demand of tbe oltixens of that coun
given up. It ie stated 300 stand of arms. 10
12 pieces of cannon, and quite an amount of
powaer were in the arsenal. This will be die
tributedln Clay and adjoining counties. 90
stand of arms and cannon will be brought to
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inuirMUMivt. iuu. April l. iuero WOTO
only one hundred and sixty muskets, nearly two
hundred rifles and three cannon taken from the
arsenal In Clay county, and they were onlv takon
protect oitizens from any roving bands oi des
peradoes that may attaok the oountv. A bond
was given ror tnsm.tnd tbey will be replenished
when demanded by the proper authorities.
utner cannon and guns tnere were not taken.
Chicago. April 20. Another Immense meet
tng was held at the Wigwam to-nljht. Build
ing crowded to its utmost capacity. . Large
crowds nnable to gain admission. The attend-
snce variously estimated at from thirty to flftv
thousand. At the suggestion of Judge Monroe,
euuieoce ratsea me ngnt nana and
ok tbe tn after the Judge. Tbe feeling
Rrws more Intense dally for the Union.. Over
&,U00 naT already volunteered. ? Recruiting
vu.uv a uycucu an nvcr icb gut.
flrxm 17 . n Ml .J - , ' M .LI.
""cj, vi luwncBoia, amveu in mis
' -nl8n'- He reports tha war feeling in-
1'cribItD'?, Tn Regiment allotted to, that
State Is full.
Baltimore, April 20. Armed men are mar.
ing in every direction. The Mavor and Gover
nor nave notmto tne rresideot that no more
trooptoan pass through Baltimore unless they
fight their way. Bridges on the North'Centnl
Kail Koad bave been destroved. The numhur
Killed yesterday were 11 Baltlmoreans and 3
Massachusetts soldiers, and wounded. 4 eltizana
and 8 soldiers. . . .:i i-...-
The President replies that no more-trdona
will be brought through Baltimore, provided
that they are allowed to pass around tha city
Wilkinoton. Del.. April 20. Tbe Citv Conn.
ell appropriated $7,000 to defend tbe city, and
passed a resolution at Droving tho President's
proclamation, also asking tne uovernor to issue
a proclamation for the same purpose. v .
The Bnnriln. h-IHn. . m4 .11 . lh .n.
th Mloennna and. Philadelphia, are
guarded. Armed worklngmen have been sent
r..iJb? Mm dstroyed he Northern
wvuwn. iwrvi, " ' v. - v . .... 1 , ... .J m
. Indianapolis, April 20.-.Tn.-iiU i--
U9UX 4000 it Camp Moii
7000 more than the number -required from this
ah umuer nrrivea to day from Wanh
i S, u - luto service. The
m !" ! ,uPPuf dJr8 quantities of flannel
HI, n null VMICT VIVVUIHg.
LoDltviLLE. Anrll 20. Breckinridge addressed
a large Jaudieaoe at tbe Court-house this after
noon, denonnclng Lincoln's proclamation as uie
gal, and savins that be oonld not make his sev
enty-flve thousand troops efficient till after tbe
meeting of Congress. He proposed that Kentucky
sent herself to Congress on the 4iu of July,
and through her Senators and Representatives
protest against tbe settlement of the present di
fionliles by the sword; metnwbile, that Ken
tuckyloall a Convention to aid her Congressmen ii
presenting suoh a protest. Should that fail, the
honor, Interest and duty of Kentucky unite her
witn tne ooutn,
Governor Magoffin did not oall tho Leeisla
tore together for the 27th instant, as reported
In our newspapers. A proclamation therefor
was drawn, but not issued.
Tbe authorities of Louisville, Now Albany
and JeOersonville. are forming a military am
snoe to preserve the peaceable italut between
the three cities, and to sustain amicable relations
in any event. Home guards for this purpojo
are organizing this evening.
Looisville, April 20. A reliable privato din
patch from Nashville stales that Tennessee is
almost a nalt. A full regiment will bo organ
Ixed by to-morrow night. No Union companies
Osweoo. April 20. Tho Common Council of
Oswego bave unanimously voted $18,000 for
the relief of the families of those who enlist
for the war.
Washington, April 19. The Mayor has U
sued a proclamation calling on the citizens to
observe peace and refrain from anything that
might interrupt tbe qnlet ot tho city.
Painesville, April 20. The Bank of Genusa
tenders a loan to the State of from $10,000 to
Boston, April 21. Tbo meeting in State
street continued from 19 A. M. till night. The
enthusiasm was unparalleled.
Concord, April 21. Ex-Prc3ident Pierce
made a speech oonlurlng the people to uphold
tne oio nag, and be true to their country.
Leavenworth. April 21. 2.000 standof arm
nave been lurnisned to citizens ot ieavonworth
from tbe arsenal at Fort Leavenworth, and the
commander;of the Fort baa?acueptcd tbe services
of 3,000 volunteers of this city to guard the
arsenal, pending tbe arrival ot troops from fort
Kearney. All quiet here, save preparations for
Sr. Jobeph, April 21. To-day a secession flag
was unfurled and carried through the streets by
mounted company, arter which it was raised
the Market Square, without disturbance or
exoitement. Considerable excitement Is mani
fested and secession is the prevailing sontiment.
Kansas City, Mo , April 20. Tbo Missouri
seized the U. S. Arsenal at Liberty, at 10
M., and garrisoned it with 100 men.
An Immense secession meeting was held hero
Thousands from the adjoining couutles
were present. . I be prominent places uianluved
Pittiboeoh, April 19. Tho American En
sign was displayed from tho Catholio Cathedral
St. Paul's to-day. This is one.of the largest
Churches In the United States. Tbe Irish citi
zens are rapidly volunteering.
Boston. April 20. The 5th Mi:sachu?ett9
Regiment and Boston Flying Artillery start for
Washington this evening.
There is to be a publlo meeting in State
street on Sunday morning, to raise a voluntocr
regiment. , Tbe call for tbe meeting is headed
Toledo, April 20. The war excitement very
high here- - Ten companies will be ready to
leave next week. Five 'thousand dollars aro
subscribed to support the families of volunteers.
Rochester. April 20. $20,000 were voted
the families of soldiers.
Raleigh, N. C. April 20- Tho Executive
Counoll in session thought the Legislature
should be convened in ten day p.
Wilmington, April 21. 'Tis generally be
lieved that a recontre between Fort Mcilcn
ry and Baltimore had taken place, but to what
extent is not Known.
A message has been reoelved here, stating
prominent men of the Border States have
asked for a cessation of hostilities, with a view
Nxw Yois, April 22. Thronehout Vermont
regiments are being rained anil money givfu
tbe support of the Government. Cities and
towns are in a blaxe of excitement.
Boston, April 21. Fletcher Webster, son of
Daniel Webster, addressed a vast meeting on
State street. The meeting was intensely enthu
siastic He has raised a regiment, to be com
manded by himself . ,
TaoT, N. Y., April 2L-To-dav Gen. Wool
leaves for New York; He will nuke tha city
head quarters for Department of tbe Eist.
New Orleans, April 20. The eteamBhio
of the West has just arrived at the b.ir from
Indlanola. "she was taken there as a prize to
Fatitte villi, Ark.. April 20. Hon. David
Walker, President of the Arkansas Convention,
in accordance with provisions of the
Convention, Issued a call requiring tbe Conven
tion to re-assemble on the 6th of May.
Cairo, III., April 20. The dispatch of Mr.
Douglas to the Union men of St. Louis has
completely silenced the secession feeling in
In almost every town in Southern Illinois,
companies are organizing to fight for tbe Union.
Philadilmiia, April 22. Hon. Morris Lowrv.
special messenger from Washington, says be
witnessed the scenes after the light in Baltimore.
that history will record that, although a hun
dred Massachusetts troops were levelled by mis
siles and arms wrested irom them, they did not
till eommanaea ry tne mayor ot U iltimore.
Mr. Lowry went to Washington, and communi
cated personally with Cameron and Gen. Scott,
who were totally unprepared for such news. A
Cabinet meeting wae'called. He told the Presi
dent that Gov. Hicks was in tbe hands of the
New Yon. April 21 Mavor Albcrcer. of
Buffalo, who hat been several months in Balti
more, arrived here to-day, with several other
gentlemen, having chartered a cnnal boat. They
report the condition of tbe city fearful streets
oarricaaea, nouses loop noied lor musketry, ev
gun store emptiea-
Tbe Board or (stock Brokers mada a further
donation, of $250 to the members individually
tbe 69th (Irish) Regiment. Messrs. Wm. &
O'Brien, Broken and Bankers, 39 Wall street,
gave tbe bath Regiment, to day, $5UU.
Philadelphia, April 22. Tbo bearer of dis
patches front the President to Gen, Patterson
has arrived. He says the Capital is safe from
any attack that can be made. This mcBsengcr
traveled pari oi tne way on loot, passing him
self off at a Metbodiat preacher, ilo says thai
Baltimore was quiet on Sunday morning. No
oannonading bad been heard. Perfect reign ef
terror, loe union men wero obliged toeuc
cumb to the mob. .
New York, April 22. A corporation Las
been formed bv leading citizens creatine? a ner
manent national patriotio fund, for care and
support of families of thone who go for defence
The Associated Press have soot three re
porters to so as near Baltimore as nosaiblo and
tend the earliest newt by every practicable and
impraotioaoie way. Ail war news received be.
tween 10 and 4 will be bulletined at fast as re
PirrsiotoH, April 22. A splendid sword has
Deen -presented Dy tne press ot this city to J
Herron Faster, one of (he editors of tho Bit
patch, and the oldest newspaper publisher now
connected with the press in this oity. Mr.
Foster com out as an officer in the Washington
'' Hauuiboro, April 23. Ad officer just arrived
lays, np to Tuesday evening, there was no firing
at Baltimore. He tayt they have twelve brass
pieces, and were fortifying tbo neighboring
Heights. . ,
.Wilmington, Del., April 21. A trala has or
rived irom Baltimore via Susquehanna, river, l
Tha Baltlmoreans are makine active nrenur-
atlona to take Fort McHenry, whoe guns now
turn on tne city. , .. ., .. a ,
Albany, April 22. The' Banks of this city
bave tendered $3,600,000 for war purposes.
SraiNomLB, April 20 The tlx regiments
asked for from Illinois aro full, and will proba
bly all be In oamp by Tuesday, ' J,
Double the number required have been offer,
ed.. Those not accepted will be held at a re
St. Johns, April 21. The steamer Columbia,
from Liverpool on the 9th, arrived yesterday.
Tbe wires were down till evening.
Breadstuffr, dull; Provisions, steady. Con
It la reported that France has sent a frigate
to Charleston at the suggestion of Jeff. Davis,
Parliament re-assembled on the 18th.
Leading Greeks were proposing Pricoe Al
fred, of England, as King of Greece
It is said Prince Napoleon Intends making In
curaions into Syria.
It is said that a treaty is concladed between
France and Rueeia.
The Opinionne says that in the event of a
collision, France will have the support of Rus
sia and Austria. '
Warlike rumors are prevalent in Paris and
Tbe Magyars had invited Garibaldi to ac
tion, saying that at bis bidding nan a million
would bo ready, uaribaidi replied vaguely
The Pope has recovered from bis illness.
A oonspirncv has been discovered implicating
LivKnpooL. April 8th. Common sales of
cotton to day, 20,000 balos; 6,000 bales were
speculators and exports; liewitt & to. report
an advance oi fully market closing active
at 77 10.) for Orleans middlings; there has
been no regulnr market at Manchester since
the departure of the Niagara, but the tone of
amirs there, is generally ravoraoio.
Liverpool Eriadstofps W N, & Coi, and
K. Spence & Co. report flour dull and prices
easier, but uuquotubly unchanged; wheat quiet,
Due one qualities slichtly declined; cornquiot;
quotations of barley maintained; beef steady;
pork firm; bcon dull, but largo supply, hold
er ofl'cr freely, no disposition to press sales.
London, April o. Wheat auh and slichtly
declined; eu.v'tr declined; coffee steady; tea
slightly declined; tallow, littlo itijairy, and
London money murker generally -unchanged;
consols 9191 monev; 'J1J91X forao
count; 111. Central shares 2324, half discount;
Erie 2f28; N. Y. C 7U72.
MUST BE SOLD!
ALL THE GOODS
SUIT THE TIMES!
VAR! WAR!! WAR!!!
wiyu to run waii hftween
the Union and the tiunny South, I hive concluded
ecU out , .. . , ... , ,. ....
A L-L MY GOODS,: -
The itock consists of the largest lot of
lit the city of Columbus;
S0IT FINISH CAMBRICS,
COLLARS, EDQINUS, SKIRT BRAID,
HOSIERY, PINS, BUTTONS,
EU8FEIIDERS, HOOKS AND EYES,
and all kinds of
NOTIONS AND SMALL WARES;
ti.e belt HOOP SKIRTS la Colombo j, and at tha
. ' feteatt price. -.
Wholesale and Retail.
Thet, la'llos. nil btlh (
t and small,
Dome, nlve ma a call,
And then you'll Cud A.
M. K. SToaaia
in all Bis uiory. -
A. M. K. BTORIIIE, Agant,
Remember the War I No. 02 Town street,
nprll:J3ai Columbus, Ohio.
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE,
Steam Between Ireland and America.
NEW YORK, BOSTON AND GALWAY.
The followlnir netr and magnificent first-class paddle-
wheel Steamsbljia compose the above line:
ADflliTIC, . 5,888 tons burthsn. . Oapt, J. Maurv
(Formerly of the Collins Lino )
(UBEKNIA, 4,400 tone burthen. CaDt. N. Frowsk.
COLUMBIA, 40 " ' ' H.Leitch.
ANGLU, .4,400 "v t' ' . Niououoa.
PAUIrlO, 2 uon " I. ffMiin.
PIUNCB ALBERT. (Screw.)
One of the atove ships will leave New York or Boston
alternately every Tuesday fortnight, for Qalway, car
rying the government mailt, touching at St. Johns,
The Steamer or this line hava been constructed with
the greatest cam. under tha supervision of the govern
ment, have water-Meat oompartmentt, and are unexcel
led (orctmfort, safety and speed by any steamers aSuat.
They are commanded by able and experienced officer,
and every exertion will be made to promote the comfort
An experienced Eurgosn atttcnea to eaebhlp.
KATES OF PASSAGE.
First-cUis N. Y. or Boston to Gal nay or Liverpool 100
8cond-olais, . " , " . 75
Hint-class, " " to Ft John's 31
Thtr 1-elase, " " to Oalway or Liverpool.
or any town In Ireland, on a Railway, - - - 30
Thtrd-olasa passengers are liberally supplied with pro
visions of the best quality, cooked and served by the ser
vants oi tne company.
TartlM wishing t send for their friends from the nld
country can obtain tickets from any town on a railway, in
. i A. r- .... i n . i .:., t. . . . , . '
iinwiu. ui tiuui .no p. iuui.a, v.vioa ui aogiauu ana dccl
land, at very low rates. - -
Passengers for Mew York, arriving by the Baaton
steamers, will do rorwaraea to new xoik free of charge,
cut ifuiwo ui lu.tiicr luivrouBtiuu, apply to ,
Wk. II. WTftKnaw
At the office of (he Company, on the wharf, fori of
vuuai street. :.ew turn...
II0WLAN0 4a A3FIWALL, Agenti.
apillli) dl)m. , ....... -
. ' , ' i 'pistomtf Conmon ritai. '
James S. Seymour. , , , , ,. .,. , (
U lIUi Vb OF A WBIT OF VF.NDI
X) to me diraoted from tbo Court of Common Pleas of
Pickaway oonnty, Ohio, I will offir for saia at Aha door.of
ma uoun uoue, in tnv e.ity oi uolumbut, Vsunklln
county. Ohio, on ts i . .;.-. ..m ,. , .
Satnrd57, the 25th. .diy'.of May, A..D., J86I,
between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock n. m
the fallowing deaoribrd real estate, situate In the oounty
of Franklin, State of. Ohio, and . Madison town
snip, to wit: - 06 acres of land in rang SI, township 10,
section 3, part of south-east quarter. Also, Slty-aevon
and one-half aorea of land lu range SI, township 10,
section 1U, part oi tne east part of tho north east quar
ter. .1 1, .. ... , .V . ' 1 f , , ,. , ,,
Appraised at:-. I- The Oft acre tract al t'M pet aero.
- S7H ' " 4i) .
r Q.. W. HUBVilAlS. Bheriff. ',
apr!IS0-ltd4tw. - a . i i By to. Davia, Deputy..
Printer's fees S;4,50 :' ..'i u,i ;. , . . . . ,,
' - - - ' ' ' ' ' ' ' '
rpilB SUKSCKIBEKS, DEALKNO IN
J. u Staplo Articlo, will furnish employment to
a few active men to act as agents for- their house. A
preference will bo given to those who are well acquaint
ed iu the district for which they apply. . ....
For which services the y are willing to pay a aala ry
ef from . ; k . v t .
$000 to, $800 rsV, yew, ' end ,'. Kxpcnsee.
tot farther particulars address "'. .,,
B. MOREnOUSB Jt CO. TT '
3 and S, HxoKanga Elaoo,-' ,
JemeylOlty, H. J. ;
Foreign News. Notice,
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS
TlIK FOM.WIl OHANUCS WERE
ma le tn tha the officers of this Bank. Janoarv smth.
1H61, to wit:' Wm. A. Putt, President; and Thomas
Moouiit, caamer, resigneu nieir omeee, DaviD Taiuia,
Ksq., was then elected President and Ww-. A. PLarr au-
nointed Cashier." ! 4"- -. .-. . ( ,-,
' By order of th BOArd Of Director.
' feb 5, IBlil-dtf. ; W. A. PI, ATT. Oaohler.
STERNE CBITTEN Pflf. . 'I HKNRT T. CHITTENDEN
' ..S. & H. T. CHITTENDEN,
. , , yy ,v . ATTORNEYS. A3 IIW., ,,:,'..'.
ICFOmcei, .30. VUllato Btteot, ReW York City, and
Parsoxi' BoUDixa, CoIumbnavOhle.,.. (i, ; ,
Jjj'Careral attention paid to Collections,
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, April 22.
V LOUR receipts HOC bblt; market quiet and nrlcti
wnnout material cninri: eale, yiuu Dtifa at ea uuj3
or tuperflne .ute; J 153 S3 for axtn stmte; H OU
9 10 fur com med extra we Urn; S 45.it 1 S5 for extra
rounp noop Ohio; Ginaalan Boor quiet but s ieady
taite tu nnie at f a xu u 73.
WHKAT receicte of 17855 baih: market oontlnoei
auu ana prieee ravor tne purcnaeer wun onlv lunlled Du
looa uoiog ror export ana Dome eoniumpllon.
KVH quiet and unchanged.
BA111.SI vac tor elite.
OOHN roeeiute Hd'2 buth: market firm and In fair to.
quest; ealea 3t(J0 bmh 7ai83o: old mixed was la itoie
and delirtiTdi U4c I.ir new do.
OATS firm 31 l-8(ol3S I S TTeKera Canadian and
FOKK-dull, aalei 3S0 bbli at 18 73; meet 13 S3
BE KF prime nnehamted but veati eteady.
1 A RD heavy and lower. Hale 301) Will at 0 in
BUTTE K in fair demand, lOIScOhlo; 50o elate.
CHLM.K iteady 710 1-Scoomraon to prime.
W H I DftK Y dull and rather eaeler. Sales 3U0 bhli 19
STOCKS higher but not very active, mo..y plenty
ana eaiy.and txchanie dull and nominal; l.nio H
3i!(; Oleve t Tol SVii O O t O 83; Pan 97; Pao Mall
49;rio 1!IM: Hard 11;, da preferred 29 12; M 0 41'
Krle 4th 79; Mo C 4i): Va 3C; Kr Hi: Tenn 41: N O
41;8O10;Olira:Tr'y U'a 10(1: U BU'aBl: ReiiKered
8(1; O D Q 5X , Hal fc Ohio 50 13: III O Script 58;
lit; X O 69; Hard 35K: Ual at Chic Vd bond.
CINCINNATI, April 22.
FLOUR Tho market Ii merely confined to a local bui.
ioeit; pricei remain as heretofore quoted.
WHEAT Is hold firmly at tl for red and II 055BI in
ror wniie. 'more but been some request lor tied at 98o.
Tbe millers here adhere to to there resolntio. not to of'
rer over Vila except In cases of dire ncceiiitr. wl.-n of
oouree tney nave to meet tho maiket.
UOliN has benn In belter local request, and an ad.
vanoe In prices achieved. 35 cents Is given as the quo
union lur now inencu auu ear .
OATS are In llcht ro.-elpt, and very firm al2Co.
liAHLKY II HV are both dull anduachaneed.
.WUI8KY dropped back to 13o., and ore aula
mane a r.'xo., tnus inaicatinr 1 rery dull markof.-
rituv 1810N8-tbe lavor shown in the Provision mar
ket for Most l'ork to day was very dedlded. and sales
were made In lutsTof i.OCO bhli. one fourth of whtrh
at $17, the remainder at $17 Si. It is considered a la
vor to get In at these Bgurei, particularly so under the
muuenco 01 the reports or the Hew Orleans and New
York markets. There were some transactions In Bacon
Bides at 9c. 6'c. la the heat offer to be had on almui.
ders. Bulk Meuta are quiet and nominally unchaneed
In prices Go. for fhouldcra. 8X for Bides. Lard can be
htd at U.'ic rortierde;'Jo onlv is ollered. tin. Com. of
remains Inactive, and aales ore light and
FLOUR Is quiet at the ranire quntcd In our sable.
WHEAT Holders hare obtained another vJvance
raies 1 car rea on track at and a parcel from I'oro at
1 1 "s. into is very scarce and wanted.
CORK steady at 35c.
OATH sales S00 buth at 25 j.
IIIQIIWINE8 sales of 50 hbls at 15Ko.
EOQ.4 sales at USic. The market li Heady, but
RYE sale of I car cellvered at 55c.
8KKD? sale of 90 bush at $ J 50.
POTATOES shippers are paying 33o for prime varle
STo. 4z Gwvnne Block.
A. P. STONE & 0'HARRA
AHEIVOW RECEIVINOTHEIEt WIN
TKK GOODS, and Invite the publio to inspect
them. No eu.-h stock of Goods baa ever been brought to
this market. The South, in consequence of the failure
of the grain crop, has not been able to purchase the us
nalquantlty of rich goods, and thla fact has forced the
Importers to sell them at publlo auction. Our buyer
(Mr. Stone) being in Mew York at these large aales, took
advantage of them, and we can and will soil our goods
here, at less than any one who purchased two weeks since,
paid for them in New York. Our stock Is complete lu
every department of
ELEGANT DRE33 SILKS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL, WOOL DELAINES,
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought iu One Day,
At one half the Cost of Iinpoitntlem.
In all Vaf lotlea, ot tlio Celebrated
iQannfature of C. tt. Uun
' there & Son.
Men's, Ladles and Children's Under Shirts and Drawers;
Ladles, Misses and Children'! Hosiery of all kinds, In
Wool and Lamb's Wool; Fleecy Lined and Cotton Olovea
of every make.
A eemplcte Assortment of all the uaal varie
' ' OVERCOATINGS, '.
... DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladies and Gent's linen Cambrio Hand
kerchiefs, Ac, &o.
To persona who call on us, wo oledca onr words to
show them the largest, best and cheapest stock of Goods
ever seen In thla market, or pay them one dollar per
hour while looking.
llecl-dl.tiIl. HTONB at U'U&KBA.
THE REVISED STATUTES
or TUB . .
sTsLrja ou1 onio
Jl AOENERAL NATURE, IX FORCE AIJQ. 1, 1PG.
Hon. Joseph IL Swan,
firn xoTEs or the dscisioxs of. tits sv-
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PPKINO CLOAR9 Ann BASQ1NE8 !
O NEW STYLES nam 6L SOU, No. 18 9 Sooth
Hign street, nave Just opened new stylea of Cloth Oia
onLARa. Basquiku and Sacquu, made In tho newest and
most stvllih manner. Also. Hnnerb Plain
Black Mllke, very heavy, designed expressly for
aaanuiiaa aDa naaquiDn. lepma
TJLAIN ARB FIGCRKD BLACK.
X - DRK88 BILKS, of every grade. Tbe moat selcot
assortment la the city, and at moat reasonable rates,
BAIN At BON.
aprllS i No. 89 South High street,
1 r. -l? u if.tHti'M
Is precisely what lta nam Indleatea, for, whll
pleasant to tho taste. It Is revisifying, exhllar,)
ing, invigorating and strengthening u tlie vital
powers, and at the same time revivifies, reio
Hates, and renews the Blood In all Its purity an
tnus at onea rettorti ana rttuurt lit ivtitm in
vulneraM to aXiadct of &ia. It la the only
I - ji.....iiwu vvr vucinu .u tiiv WUI1U, au vuciui-.
m'MMf and annually combined as to bo the most
V 'wwiui hiuio. auu at tue aame una so pcriecwv
idapted to, as to act in perfeotacoordancs with the
.awa oi natuio, ana nence will tootns l.Uwtatat
ttomacA, and tone up, tha digestive organs, and
mus auay an nervous ana oiner imutiua. III.
per ectly exhilarating, and at the same lime it Isl
composed entirely or vegetables, yet so combined
as to produce the molt thorough tonic effect, with
out producing any Injurious oLvquences fluoh
remedy naa lot.g been relt to tw a deilderntora la
he medical world, for it needs no martini skill t.
ice thatdebll'ty follows all attacks of disease, and
broceeds and Indeed lata the rvilfm onen to (h.
n'losiuions attacks or many or the most fatal, tnch,
r.ir example, as tne roiiowing: Consumption. In.
dlirestlon, Pyspepsla, Loss of ADnetllo. F iintnr
Nervous Irritability. Neuralgia Palpitation of the
Heart. Melancholy, Night Sweats, Languor. QHdt-
nesa, detention or, as wen aa Painiul obstructed
too profure. or too sosnt Menstruation, and Fall'
log of the Womb. These all depend upon general
debility This pure, healthy, tonio Uordial anil
Blood Renovator li assure to cure at the sun to
rise and set. There li no mistake about it. But
his Is not all. If the system is weakened, we are
jpen to bilious attacks, the liver becomes torpid.
r worse uiwasea, mo kidneys rctnse to perform
their functions, and we aro troubled with soaldlng
and Incontinence of nrlne, or Involuntarvdia.
charge of the aame, pain In tha back, side and be
tween the shoulders, exceedlndv liable to sllnhi
colds, coughs, and If unchecked, soon emaciation
follows, and the patient goes down to a premature aa
grave. But space will not allow us to enumerate!!
the many ills to which we are liable In a wcakonedl W
condition of I lie system. But we will lay, in this
luoraiei ana uioou uenovtor yoa nave a porftct.
site, pleasant and eifectual remedy for loas of
I Appetite, biliousness. Flatulence, weak and sick
Stomach, Languor, Liver Complaint, Chilli and
fever, or ary Bilious attack. Ooaiiveness. Acidittl
of the Utomach. Nervousness. Nenraleia. PaiDita
A'tion of the Heart, Depression of Spirits, Bores
a, riwpiev gu me race, or any uisaae arising irom
vilmpure blood, such aa Scrofula. ErvsiDelas. Brnn I
0 hills, Ooush, difficulty of Breathing, and all that ij
oclasa of diseases called female weakness, and R1
enumerated above. We will also say the traveler I J
....pu.cu w CUturUllvB; VU.UM. Mi VIIUJBIC ,1111
U. wll I t. - , ... I ... 1 t I
K and none should ever travel without. Header lb
rftryit, for we auureyoa yoa will find In It a friend,
indeed, as well u a friend In need. All persons of! A
'as well as cure for Ihose ailments to which they are, W
particularly exposed. Hence mlnlslers.stude nts jl
tnrneys, literary gentlemen, and ladles who are not
accustomed to much ouldoor exeiclse, will find It
to their advantage lo keep a bottle constantly cn
hand; and, above all, mothers, or these becoming
lauch; will go through that most dangerous period
1 not only wtn all their
accustomed strength, but
safe ana free from tne thousand ailments so prev
alentaoong the female portion ot tbe world. In
ihort, it la indeed a mother's cordial. Try It, old
and oung; no longer run the ilakof delay; it will!
,ff Uiraua ana Mlood iccnotawr.
! O. J. WOOD, proprietor, 414 Broadway, Ken
York, and 114 Market Street, St. Louis, Mo.; and
sold by ROBKBTS ft SAMUEL, Columbus. Ohio,
and all good DrugglitK Price One Dollai
per Bottle. - . march'.'8-daiweowly
gO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
DO YCU WANT A MUSTACHE?
For the Whiskers and Hair
The subscribers take pleasure In announcing o the
Citizens of the United States, that they have obtained the
Aaencv for. end are now enabled to offer to the American
public, the above justly celebrated and world-renowned
prepared by DR. C. P. BELLINOHAM, an eminent
physician of London, and II warranted to bring out a
Uiica set or
Whiskers ora Mnstacke
from three to six weeks. This article II the only one
the kind used by tha French, and in London and Paris
Is in universal use.
It la a beautiful, economical, soothing, yet stimulating
oompound, acting aa If by magio upon the roots, causing
beautiful growth of luxuriant hair. If applied to the
scalp, It wiil euro lauuim, and oauie to spring up in
place or the naia spots a Bne growth or new nair. Au
Elied according to directions, it will turn am or towy
air nana, and restore gray bairto Its oiininal color,
leaving it aoft, smooth, and flexible. The "Oxoestrr" is
Indispensable article In every gentleman's toilet, and
after olo week's as they would not for any consideration
The suhjcrlbert are tho only Agenti for tha article In
United States, to whom all orders must bo addressed.
Price On Dollar a box for sale by all Drumlsti and
Dealers; or a box of the "Onguent" (warranted to have
desired effect) will be sent to any who dealre It, by
(direct), securely packed, on reoelpt of price and
postage, f 1.18. Apply to or address
HORACE L. HKOKMAN it OO.,
feb20d&6m 24 William Street, New-York.
STOOD THE TEST OF YEARS,
And grows more and more popnlnr
And testimonials, new, and almost without number,
might bo given from ladles and gentlemen In all grad
society, whoso nnlted testimony none could resist,
that Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative will restore th bald
gray, and preserve the hair of the youth to old ago,
Battle Creek, Mich., Deo. Slit, 1F58.
Panr. Wood: Theo wilt pleas accent a lb to Inform
thee that the hair on my head all fell off over twenty
years ago, caused by a compltcatea enroolo atresia, at
tended with an eruption on th head. A continual
anuria of suffering through Ufa having reduced m to a
state of dependence, I have not been able toobialn stuff
cat: s. neither have I been able to do them up, in eon-
sequence or wnicn my neaa naa luuerra euremeiy rrom
cold. Thil induced me to pay Brtggs at Hodges almoat
last cent I bad on earth for a two dollar bottle of thy
nair Restorative, about tne nrst or August last. I bave
fatthfallv followed the dlrectioce,ind th bald snot is now
covered with hair thick and black, though short, it is
also coming In all over my head. Feeling confident
that another large bottle would restore It entirely
and permanently, I feel anxious to peraeverv In lis use,
and being aeatituie oi means to purcnas any more, 1
would aik thro if the wouldsl not be willing to send me
order on thine agenta for a bottle, and receive tn thy
self .the scripture declaration "tho reward Is to thiiae
that ire ainu to tne wiaow ana uie iBwerieas."
Tlty friend, bUoariMAU KIRBY.
Ltgnnicr, Nobis Oonnty, Indiana, Feb. Sth, 1F53
Paor. O. J. Wood) Dear Sir: la the latter tiart of
the year 1653, while attending th Stat and National
Law School of the Btata ot New York, my hair, from
cause unknown to me, commenced falling off very rap
Idly, to that in the short space of six months, th whole
upper par' my scalp waa almost entirely bereft of its
covering, iiui maoh of the remaining portion upon the
lido and bant, part of my head shortly after became gray,
that yoa will not b surprised when I tell yon that up
on my return to the State of Indiana, my mora casual
acquaintances were not ao much at a loss to discover the
cause of the change in my appearance, ai my mors inti
mate acqualntancea were to recogniae me at all.
I at one made application to th moit skillful physi
cians in tho country, bat, receiving no assurance troai
them that my hair wonld again be restored, I wss fnrcrd
to become reconciled to my fat, until, fortunately, in
th latter part of the year 1857, your Restorative was re
commended to ma by a druggist, as being the moat relia
ble Hair Restorative In us. I tried one bottle, and
found to my great aatlefactlon that It was producing the
desired effect. Sine that time. I have need seven dol
lars' worth of your Beaiorallve, and as a result, uev a
rich coat of very loft black hair, which no money eon
As a mark of my gratitude for yonr labor and aUU In
the production of so wondeiful an article, I have recom
mended lta uae to many of my friends and acquaintance.,
who, I am happy to inform you, are using it with lite
effect. Very respectfully, jouri, .
A. At. LATTA,
Attorney And Counsellor at Law.
Depot, 444 Broadway, and aold by all dealers thron.li-
out the world. . - ,
Tho Beatoratlv il put op In bottles of three elaaa. !
tarn, medium, and email; th small holds
retails for on dollar per bottle; th medium holds at
least twenty per cent, mora in proportion than th small,
and retail! for two dollara a buttle; the large holds a
quart, 40 per oent. mora in proportion, d retails for A3
O. i. WOOD 4c CO.,Proprletor,444 Broadway, New
York, and 114 Market Btreel, Bt Louis, Ma.
And sold by BOBKRTS It BAMUKL, Columbus. Ohio,
and by all good Druggisu and Fancy Uouds Dealsrs.
aprlll:dfcwowly. , ,
?V packages of STATION BBY and JBWKLRY, at
price! one-third leu than can be purchased elsewhere
Oall on oraddreea (stamp enclosed; j. u, BAILKY, No
lit Court St., Boston, Haas. - march
Bonn ETI) HIBBONS TABS, AND
BU0I1E3, new styles, JustoptnBdby
VAIN a BON,
iprllS No, 90 South High street,
PROF. "WOOD'S '
StrcngtkniDg Cordial aid 'Blood
CUItDIAl , '
EVER TAREN. Vi
a. ly a sclenti&a and
Erocured by the distil
Uon of Boon. Herb
and Barks, Yellow
Jnk, - Blood ' Boot,
Baraaparllla. i i
Cherry Bark and Dsn- V
delion .ntr i..C:;T
, ' . w iui.-
'icfore TakJns"" meoiui After TaTUce .
principle of each Ingredient II thoroughly extracted fc
new methnd f ai.iiilin. nntnrf.:. j.T, ' , .
hlleratlng spirit, and the moat INPALLIBLB rtmedt for
renovatina the dlaeaaed avatem. and rr.mnn. k-
STKHNOTh'1 d"'"i,ted INVAI'U 14 MSALTIlVod
tnc.K?f's 8Tnr.riGTUF.niSG, com.
Will effeotoallf en re
LITER COMPLAINT. DYBPKPflTA Jiminmn
Chronlo or Nermsa Twhlllh.. - - tru
a4 " diseaaca arising from a disordered Liver or tue
, y.ilia, uearioarn, inware Piles, Aoidlty or Lrel
nasi of the Blomaoh, tullneas of lllood to the Ilea J, Dull
-u i, .oinimingui tno bead. FalL Nation of the Oeoa-ti
ul neaa or WkIoI.i in ,v a. -'"l. T
OhokUig or suffocating feeling when lying down, Brvneas
orYellowntmof the Skin and Byes. MU?ht Sweats, U
Buddcn Plashes of Heat, L.prcoloa of BplrlU. Frightful '
Dreams, Lanaaor. Lumm.... ii..L"n,x"" .
c0hm.ld'f1vr.)a tt8u. "?.
Over a Million of AlottloB
Have been sold durina tha I. t mnih, i.
stance has It failed lu giving entire eatlsfactitn Wbo,
nl!TilLj!VIT,"'fr0,D "eak .eas or Debility whea Mo
LEAN' BTKKNOTIIBNINO CORDIAL will ou.t you?
?il?f"?n5rlf,,J,"t ,lnoul change produced by takint
Cordial in the diseased, debilitated and shattered
nervous System, whether broken down linn, ...i. i
nature, or Impaired by sickness, the relaxed and una trans
organuation la restored to iu pristine health and vigor.
IT! A It III ED PERSONS,
1 10 conewloua of Inability, from whaterar ismaa,
n cUeB Strengthening CordUla thorough
regenerator of the system ; and all who nay hava inlnred
Uiemselves by Improper Indulgences, will And Id thiOor"
a certain and speedy remedy.
To tbo Eattlee.
McLean's Stre;i!rtheiiif Cordial -
Il a sovereign and speedy rare for
CiriENTjOSMfI' TION. WHITES
Olietrocte-J orDifllcntt Menstruation, Inooctlnenoe of '
or involuntary uinsnarge thereof, Palling of the
Homh, Glddincas, Painting and all Dbwaaea Inculco I ,
There li no Mistake bent it
Buffer no longer. Take It according to Directions. Il
stimulate, airrnirihen ana lnwin..,a
bloom of health to mount your cheek aain. - - i
Kvery Dome is warranted to give satltrwtlnB
FOIL CH1LDKEN. , . -
If your children ire alcklr. nunv.or afflicted. Mr,Mn'.
ordial will wake them healthy, fat and robust. . Doioy v
i a moment, try it, and yoa will bo convinced.
IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
Cautiox. Beware cf Tirat0t.f a KmIm
to pala upon you ar.ma BilterorSarsaparillatraal.,
which Ihey can buychan, by a-ylnt Itiajuslai gooiK
Avoid such men. Ask lor McLean a BtrenithenineOrw
a!, and Ulu sotlilngelso It Is tho only remedy that
purify the-Mood thoronrbiv anil at th. um. ,1m.
Itrengthea the system.
Una tublespoonful taVen iverv momlna laatln. I.
Mn preventive of Cholera, Chills and rover, Yellow
fever, or any prevalent diseases. It is pat np In Una
Price only 1 1 per boit!, or t bottlea for tS. 1
Bole Proprietor of this OorduU,
, Also McLean1! Volcanic Oil Liniment
Principal Depot on lliaocmercf Third and Picastrewtt,
McLeuu'a VolcaulcOil Liniment.
The best Llnbxent In the World. Tho only aaf and
certain cure for Cancers. Plica. Rw.ihnm ,.,.
ehltii, or Ooitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Waakneal of tha .
aiuacior, unronio or lonammaiory Bhobmatiam, BloJ i
of th Joints, eontrectsd Muaclei or Llgamenia
Earache or Tootbjube, Brniaea, Bpralna, Wounda, Prtwa
Ulcers, Pever Bona, Caked UreasU BoroNlpplea,
Bums, Bcaida, BoraTboat, or any Inflammation ar Pain,
aodiu'emnco how severe, or hot long the disease may
existed. UcLean'a Celebrated Linim.nt ia a oar J
Thousands of human ketnn have been saved a life of
decrepitude and uiwry L li,e uae of tills Invalnabla mci
riiie. McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL,
relieve Palo almoat InaftntAnennilv a,.A ti mi
Cleanse, purify and heal th foulest soree in aa loondi. i
For Horeee and Oier Aaltunl.
McLean oelabrated Liniment Is th only safe and r-.
mnedy for the core of Bpevtn, Ring Bona, Wind
By lints, Unnatural Bumps, Nndea or Swelling! It -will
never fall to onr Big Head, Poll Kvil, fistula. Old
running Bore or Sweeny, If properly applied. Vor
8prains, Bruises, Scratches, Sores or Wuanda, Cracked
Heels, Chafes, Baddle or Collar Calls It II aa lnfalllhlo
remedy. Apply It as directed, and a ear la otrtain la
ben trifle no longer with th many worth lets llnl--'
menu offered to yon. Obtain a supply of Dr. MoLeei s
oelebrated Liniment It will rare yoa.
J. If. IfltcLEAKt Bole Proprietor,
Corner of Third and Fin Btreeta, St. Louis, M
For sale by all draggiats.
For sale by HOBEKTB ft BAMTjlL.
auiita-dJtwly - Oolumbas. Ohio
experienced Nun and Female Physician, presents
to the attention of mothers, her
SOOTHING S YRUI,t
' FOR CHILDREN" TEETHING, '
which greatly facilitate the proceas of tethiog. by soft
ening the gams, roduolng all Inflammation wll I allay
PAIM and spasmodic action, and la , , .
STJUETOKEGELATE TSIE HOtl EES.
Depend upon It, mothora, 1 1 wilt glv rest to yoareclve
BEtrer ahd hs<h to totjs arisie.
n a have put ap and aold this article for vr ten yean,
CAN BAY, IN OONPIDBNCB AND TMUTU, of It,
w have never been shla to say ol any other tce.ll
Clne NKVK& HA8 IT FAILED, IN A B I NO LB INM.
ANCE, TO KFftOT A OUHM. when timely ard. May,
did we know an Instanoe of dlnatisfsailon by any on
used It. Oa the contrary, all are delighted with Ka
op.rations.and speak la terms, of oomnendatloa f ka
magical etfrcte and medical virtue. We tpeak In thhr
mailer "WHAT WB DO KNOW;" after ten yaara' expo
rienca.AND PLKDQB OUR BBPUTATION FOR TBBf
FULILLMKNT OF WHAT WB HERB DBCLAUG. Ia
almost every Initane where the infant la inHerlnc from
aud uhaustion, relief will be fonnd In fifteen or
twenty mlnatH after th?yrnpti administered. ,,- ,-
Thli valneW preparation la the prescription of oue vt
meat KXPBUI KNCKDaod SKILLFUL NUBK.4 ia
England, and boa beea used with NBVBU ffAI L
IN0 SUCCKJB In -
THOtJSA!lS Or OASES.
Itaotonly relieves the child from pain, tut Invlgorr
Ui stomach and bowels, oorrecto acidity, and glrcf
and energy to the whole system. It will almoat In.
taiitly relievo . ,
eaipiKQ nr the Eowaxs, ahd tpino cctjo
overcome convulsions, which. If ot speedily reme
died, end In death. i We believe It the BB3T and fjUKa
EST KKMBDY IN TUB WORLD, tn ill caaoa of ivd
ENTEBY and DlABBUtSA IN CUILDWU, whetiicr
arise from teething, or from any other eaaa. We
would say to every mother who hua oblld scllerli, frnn.
ar.yof tbe fotegolcg complaints DO NOT LKI VOUat
FKKJUDICBa NOU TUB PRBJUDICEBOF OIUBtti
stand between yoa and tour luffering child, and tn i
that will be 6URB-y. ABSOLUIKLY allttaj-to
follow the use of this medicine, if timely used, tut! di
rections for oslng will accompany each bottle... Ken
genuine unleu the fao-simll of UURTUfc PBIUiMB,
York, Is ou Uie oatsuto WravMr. . ...
Bold by all Drugglat ihroughoul Ui eorld. '.
Priicipnloitlce, is Cedar aireet
r RICE ONLY C5 CENTS fER BOTTLE.
7-dawljv ... . .
GUERNSEY'S BALM '
REMOVES ArYD'PHEVENTS !R-4
flammatloa and pain, and heal the wont bam,
euald, bruise, cut, or fresh wound of any kind. trvent
walling and pa'a from ha lllng, uooqalto blica. and
Kuwnoui plant, neuralgia, rheumatism, ogu In th
last, salt rheuna, oto. Whea taken Internally, tt ,111
positively cure ornup In children, and give ItuiuedieU
relief In th. worst ca ol this tarrUd complaint! also,
remove huarscoeae and sore throat. Prtiw, Si cm ui
bottle. Bhonld be in ovary hous. For eale by Diux
giaUaadBtNkerMre. IRVIN twsx. i
" ' " 0, wnlor, H. lBpraoet.,Ke Vort
Far the iNlf AST RBLllf
;c4 PERMANENT COBB of th
dwtreeelng aoaaplalat sum
Mad by 0. B. 1HYM0UB A 00., 1U7 Naaaa. fl., N. Y.
r wi mil ma ay pot.
at all oiueaiiti.