WEDNESDAY EVENING, M AY 1, 1861.!
The Adams Express Company places us dally
under obligations to it for the very latest papers
Irora the eastorn cities.
The American Express Company has our
tbauks Tor its daily favors in the sbapeofthe
rery latest eastern papers.
Special Mhtino of the City Council
Soldiers' Relief. Tbe City Council on Thurs
day evening of last week, held a special meet
Ing, at which "An Ordioaaoe for tbe relief of I
the families of persons enlisting In the military
service of the Government," was read the sec
ond and third times, and passed unanimously.
The following is a synopsis of the provisions of
tbe Ordiqauoe: . I
Section ooo appropriates "Twenty Thousand
Dollars for tbe relief of the wires and childmn
of such porsons as are now residents of tha nit
of Columbus, who ha niia'H. n. m. h.. I
after enlist, and be mustered Into the military
. jm . - - I
service or tbe State or of the Federal Govern-
mene." . ., ,-, .
Section two provides that the money appro-
prlated shall be expended under such restrictions
and regulations as the Council has heretofore,
or may hereafter adopt, provided the relief con.
templated shall be given only as long as sncb
persons shall actually continue In such military
Tbe third sectiou provides that no money shall
be drawn from said fund except upon tbe order
of tbe Chairman of the Relief Committee, made
upon the Treasurer of the City.
I be Keliet Committee consists of Messrs.
Smith, Dottlm, Blair, Ebebly and ' Stao
ine Council, on motion of Mr. Bomis,
adopted a resolution authorizing the Relief Com
miuee to make uio of a sum not exceeding
three hundred dollars, for the purpose of sup
plying such of the volunteers from our city as
are in actual noed, with shoes, stockings, or
otner common articles of necessary wearing ap
Mr. 10M3T0CK offered a resolution which was
unanimously adopted, authorizing the commit
tee on Ways and Means to borrow five thousand
dollars of tbe Franklin Branch Bank, at ninety
aays, tor toe use ol tbe city.
The Council then adjourned.
The Thirteenth Rioimnt. This Reeiment.
lately organized at Camp Jackson, consists of
tbe following Companies:
A Bellelontalue Company, Capt. Ashmead,
B-Pickaway Tigers, ' Mason,
C West Liberty " Piatt,
E-Shelby, ,. .. Cummins.
F-Marysvillo, .. Hawkins.
G Steuben Guards. ' Schneider.
II Alliance Light Guards, McGarr.
I-Cadix Company, Castell.
K Athens, " " Danai
This Regiment yesterday eleoted its officers
as follows: Colonel, A. S. Piatt, of Logan
county; Lieutenant Colonel, C. B. Mason, ol
Pickaway 5 Major, J. C- Hawkins" of Union.
NoTica to Capitalists The undersigned
owns 80 acres of land in Paulding county, O.,
which he offers to sell for $400, cash in band;
and if the same is sold by June next, be will
give one half of tbe amount to those who vol
unteered in Putnam couuty to support tbe Gov
ernment of the United States la the present
contest. . .H
Address. Vaughnnsville, Putnam Co., 0.
O "Striking ile" is little talked of now in
quarters where, a few weeks ago, it was the all:
absorbing theme of conversation. The papers
from those regions, instead of being smooth and
oily, are rough- and bristling with war items.
They say they can bear of nothing but war, and
that the peoplo will read nothing but war news,
Ort for Camp Dinnibon. A portion of
the Third Regiment received orders to leave
CampJaokson at ene o'clock this afternoon,
in order to join the other part of the Regiment
at Camp Dennlaon, near Loveland. The follow
ing are the Companies that left this after
noon: V: : ' t .
Company ,, E " Abbott, Muskingum '
. G " Turney, Franklin "
' l ii Beattv, Morrow "
I : K " Cone, Columbiana "
New Companies .Two new companies were
received at Campjlackson yesterday Capt.
Gallowat's company, of Xenla, 92 men, and
Capt. Cook's company, of Dublin, in this ooun
ty, 75 men, and one company to day Captain
Hilt's, of Middletown, Butler county, 86 men,
making the total number of troops in the Camp
6,326, comprising 66 companies.
National Flag Raising. We are requested
to state that the National Flag will be raised
on St. Patrick's Church, in the-First Ward,
this evening, at half past six o'clock. Judge
Warden will make a Bpeeeh on the occasion.
Auction Sale or Damaged Arhv Blankets.
W. R. Kent ' will sell, to-morrow, Thursday,
May 2, at No. 11 East State street, two hun
dred and fifty blankets, that were damaged by
Are on the Railroad, Sale by order of Adams
Express Co . '' To commence at 10 o'clock .
Removal. John II. Smith has removed his
Hat Store from the Odeon Building, to the old
stand formerly: occupied by J. N. Whitney as a
Book Store, No. 99 South High street. Mr,
Smith has just, received a choice lot of new
styles of j Flats and Caps. We recommend (o
citizens and strangers, desiring any article In
bis line, to give Mr. Smith a call.
Codghs. The sudden oh anees of onr cllmat
are sources of Pulmonary, Bronchial and Asth
matic Affections, Experience having proved
that simple, remedies often act speedily and
certainly, when taken in the early stages of the
disease, recsurse should at once. be had to
"Broten't Bronchial Troche," or Lozenges, let
the Cold, Cough, or Irritation of the Throat be
ever so slight, as by this nrecaution a more se
rious attack may be effectually warded off,
ruDiio opeaaiera ana Dingers will find them ef'
reetual ior clearing . and strengthening the
voice, - See advertisement.' For sale wholesale
and retail, by Roberts & Samuel. No. 24 North
High street, S. Samuel $ Co., No, 85 South
tiign etree,. ,
Preservation or the Hair. Some attention
paid to this item of propriety would awid much
of the Baldness so prevalent In this country.
Dr. Bellinoham, of. London, bas Immortalized
name as the Inventor of a "Stimulating On
qvent," which could be as appropriate in prevent-
ing as in curing baldnoss. To cause a luxuriant
growthof beard or whiskers, it is equally cer
tain." Messrs. H. I. IIiqiman & Co. now have
the entire "American market. Hence we look
- for a large Increase In hirsute appendages
among our young men. , See our advertising
olumns. 1 " ii, ',; . .' "'
Rail Road Time Table.
Littli Mum Jc OoLuaioifc. XaxiA B, fti
v Leavee. ' Arrive,
uinotnnau accommodation. 0:00 A. m. v 9:05 p, M
" Exnraia 11:50 A.M. ii-ili A M
Mall Accommodation 1:30 P.' M,'' S:SS P. H
NlghtExprees vlaDayton.l-:00 mldalght. 8:80 A. -.J,
Ooldmiui It OurvsiAirD B. R. I ' V
Night Express ..3:40 A. M. ' 1I:P. M
New York Exoress 11:10A.M. ll:ll A. M
-laitana Accommodation. a:.)! r. n
...:'20P.K.i whip. M,
Jams Pattbuom, Agent, J
iprei 3:30 A,' M f 11:38 A. M
do 11:18 I. M;, 5j JI:4I P. M
do 3:10 P. U. 4:50 A. M
OorrRAL Ohio B. B.
No. 1 Express
W,-. Fill, Agent.
Prr-riso-oH, Ooldmidi It CmcvanA B. B. ;
Hall Train 3 31) A.M. 11:3HA.M
Express Train 11:18 A.M. 11:43. 11,
loi. bobihsok, Agent.
OOLDMBOf k IxntAKOFOUS, B. B. "
Ooloiibdi ri()OA t Indiana B. B. . r-
No. 1 Express 6:30 A. M. .' 1:50 P, M'.
. - - 'I l, n M . TJ
in-n A fcf '
Wood's Hair Restorative bas acquired a
repntation from actual test and experiment
wh,on ""not be enhanced by newspaper puffs!'
In our own vicinity it has been extensively used.
,na we Deliee lD rJ ease with every desired ,
result hai receives the universal endorsement
of al- wh naT 'M We therefore reooa
mea& one of thoso few 'ieenulne tlOSfrtlBM
Lwhlb acoomPllBnM a11 " professes, and all the
rl B I It Stn1 a Amalrl rl 1 TtT W
6 7 u.ir.. .wm.i opy,
n ur . . . , ' V ; '
n Broadway, and were astonished at the change
In bis appearance. A few weeks ago we saw
mm, ne was paie, lean and dejected; complain
ing of weakness and debility, having been so
uiiuicu nu summer, now ne appears to be lat,
healthy and strong. We learn be owed his rea.
toration entirely to McLean's Strengthening'
wORDIAL. . . ,.,
We advise all who are complaining of Gen
eral Debility to try it: It ia certainly a ver
pleasant remedy. We learn that there are large
quantities of it selling dally. Morning Herald
The Eiqhth Wonder or the World.
Not tbe Atlantlo Cable, nor the Great Eastern'
but James Pyle's Dietetic Saleratus. that al
ways makes good, light, wholesome bread, bis
cuit'and cake, preserves health, and Is. the best
andmost economical leaven In the world. Every
body wonders at it! Depot, 345 Washington
street, New York. Sold by all 'grocera'every-
Prom the New xorkObaarrer.l '
AlallDartlei nnnrctorin flnwin Mu-hinu m nk.
10 DAY Mr. IloWB a HmnM on arh muhin. uM.
are a io compelled to make nturnatohlm, under
mm iu uiQuumrnrBQiu, ma Dooii giro acorreotitau
ment. from thU reliable loorre we bare obtained the
following itatutici . Of the machinei made In the year
there were told,
By Wheeler Jt Wilton.
" I. M. Binger fc Co..
" flrorer Sc Baker....
Hhowlnf the lalei of Wheelrr A WI1un in k AntMm
of any other Company ."
Awarded the highest preninma at the
. United Statea fain of 1HS8, 183V and I860; -also
at the j
Ohio State lairs of 18S9 and lfiM;
and at nearly alt the County Pairs in the State.
Onr Prices, at the lata redneHnn. irrm
ttich machine now sold, and but a tilde higher than
luisnur ww wireaa coaus ihca maciurm, now
forntd upon the market.
The WHEKLka a WILSON MAOHINI makes the
gncn the only o ne which cannot be rare ltd. It
Auaa oil Both gipnof the good, leaTlng no fdg or
njuiinnn Out mtmlmm mi A -
Jut macMtH warranted 1 titan, ardl tmlrmvtJnk
ih iw in, oi c-narre.
U. CBABT,81 High it.. Oolonbos, 0.
WM. SDMNtiB tL CO.. "
dec3-8awd3mfcw6m Pike's Opera Hones. Cincinnati.
DR. LELAND S V
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Rheumatism, Goat and , Neuralgia,
AND A 8DEB CURE FOR .
All Mercurial Diseases.
It is a oonvsnlently arranged Band, eonlainlnc a med
icated compound, to be worn around the Waist, without
njnry 10 ine mosi aencaie persons; no cnange In habits
living is required, and it entirely remorse tha dia
from the system, without producing the injurious
effects arising from tha use of powerful Internal medi
cines, which weaken and destroy the constitution, and
temporary relief only. By this treatment, tha med
cinal properties contained In the Band come In contact
the blood and reach the disease, through the pores
the skin, effecting In very instance a perfect care,
restoring the parts afflicted to a healthy condition.
Band ia also a mostpowerful Ahti-Uircurial agent,
will entirely relieve the system from the pernicious
effects of Mercury. Moderate cases are cured In a few
and we are constantly receiving testimonials of its
efficacy in aggravated eases of long standing.
Faici a,00. to be had of Druggists generally, or can
sent by mail or express, with full direotlons for ate,
any part of the country, dlreot from the Principal
Ho. 409 BROADWAY, Kewtwk. '.V
G. SMITH Sc. CO.. Sole Pronrietors.' '
R. 3. Descriptive Circulars Bent Free.
aO A rente Wanted Ewei-ric-here.
HAVE KOLD TO MR. II F.N KIT WIL-
BOM my DRUG STORE, which Is removed from the
orner or tiign ana uay streets to tha Southwest oerner
uroaa ana iiign streets, Columbus, Ohio.' -With
many thanks to my former natmna and nnatnm.
I respectfully request the aontlnnanc of their fa
vors to my successor. , UENat U. NEIL. ,,
Volumbus, April 1, 1H1. , , , ....p. ... ,,.,-,
DRUG STORE. Z'l
TA VlrsO PTJHCHAtRD THE nlllin
BTORa of Mr. Hikrt M. Niil. I ha onenetl
on the Bonthweat corner of Broad and Huh imtli.
Columbus, Ohio being the old and reliable Hand for
vvfinHi j vr immy years. ' ' '
have a fresh and wall eeleoted stock at Pmft JTidt.
einei, andi"ur Chemical; together with J'alnts, ,OUti
rtmiwMw, wo., niuaiiy aept in aucn an establisnment.
)L f PasacRtrnoNS carelullv and nnunntlv enmnnnnd-
I v . .. r
Store open at all honrs of the day and night-
I respectfully solicit the patronage nf the pubUci1-'
Columbus. April 1, 1B01-
a. is is iuuiHAL fwlU'IS , a,.- ;,s1,f.
j NB3"W YORK.
B. Wwiton, Pretldent. : Isaao A aiurr, Secretary,
Net Cateh Aeaeta, Febrnarr goit 1
B1CBSST COMPANY JH TOE UtfJTSJ) .
E7A11 the ProflU are 3!Viad among ta Tnsu rM33TT
Applications and Pamphlets can be hid by appryie to
i 1 . FRED'K J. FAY,: Agent'," 1 " ,J'
Carpenter's Building, 117 Sosth High Street.
apt aim ..,
I ii i . i i I i
HXMRT T. CHITTENDEN
S. &H.T. CHITTENDEN, '
ATTOKNEIB AT LAW. ,
ICpOmcei, 39 William Street, New York City, and
Parsons' Bdildiro, OolnmbnS, Ohio; ...-!, A'"'CjI
ALxuareiniauemionpaia louonecuons, v 1 1 , . i- --y
enllfteXha ' ' ' ' ' 1 i J'
TR1ASTJBT DBPARTEKNT Of OHIO,)
; ' ' , -... ;OotDHios, April 8, lbol. ) Ha
A L,J. ?E?8Iw IIOIitsIN TIIE cm
ZHZ. at 01 Savings Dank of Cincinnati
thi,wrbVplS.rfnU.,hU 0fflefor rde',tion'
apnaim t A.P, ffrOHB.Treasnrorof Stale.
T .?."?.BY 0VEW THAT I wlU
m. pay an ouuianoing otoers on the Oonntv rfaniir.
from order Mo. 551 to -iOO,!nciX.muod f
REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.
Governor Curtin's Message.
Harjiiibuio, April 30. Governor Cortin
messaee; in extra session, soeaka of th unex
ampled promptness and patriotism with which
the States have responded to the call of the
rresiaent. itsavslhe slaughter of Mortbern
troops in Baltimore, for tbe pretended offence
urmarcning,attne call ol the f ederal Uov-
emment. Deaoeablv over aald Htntn. AdmlttArll
l .u. vtl. ,. ' .7 " . . . .. '
u uio wuioo, wttn me onject ot aeienaing tbe
uummon manual, imnoses new duties and re
sponsibilities on the States and Administration.
m. . .
i ms state of things cannot be submitted to
" ueiner Marv land rnn nrnlAaa tn ha inval (n
i n, : ' r " .
uo union or otherwise, there can be nermitterl
00 hostile soli, no obstructed thoroughfare hn-
tween the States undoubtedly loyal and their
uauouai seat oi government, l here is reason
to hone that tha rnntn thronirh Baltimore mu
u no loneer aloaed acalnat the neaceful nasaacn
- " . 79 . r. : . r -o-
ui wur people, armed in tbe service ot tbe uov
eramentj but we must be fully assured of this
EninterrUDted nlnvmnt of a nAsnaA tn tha
capital by anv aud everv routo essential to the
purposes oi tbe uovernment, peaceably, if possi
ble, but bv force, if necessary. - The tima for
temporizing and forbearinc with this rebellion ia
Passed, , ,. ; . ,
More companies have been tendered than will
make np the entire complement. The Govern
or communicates the fact that the banks of
the Commonwealth have voluntarily tendered
ny amonnt of money necessary for the common
defence of the general welfare of the State and
nation, rue loan of X5UU.UUU ia not exhausted
but a much lareer sum will be reauired.
The Legislature bas been convened, not only
to complete tbe reorganisation of the militia
laws' of tbe State, but to give the Governor au
thority, to pledge tbe faith ot the Common-
wwaiw w or row sucn sums ol money as will be
ttAOMailr fn I li n avl..n.Jln..a ...!. ...
j - vam.wiuiu.ij ICIfUllcauvu.B.
In order to protect tbe border, he recommends
the Immediate oreanization of flftcAn reirimenta
i avairj ana inianiry, exclusive of those call
ed into the United States sorvicei recommends
an act legalising and authorizing appropria
tions for families of volunteers; be also recom
mends the Dassaee Of a ludlclarv law to nrnvunt
n - " . . J . .
me Mtorinoe oi oronertv bv lamed u ti In tha
vuuec.ion ot aeots.
New York, April 30.-Forts Madison and
i near Annapolis, are occumed b nnr
The National Inttlligenetr says both Houses
vue uiaryiana legislature passed resolutions,
affirming' the right of the General Government
maron trooDS tnroueh Maryland thnnt un
drance, to defend Washington.
vrresponaence irom tbe Boutb represents
tut nana Carolina will eo ant of tha ITninn k.
The VirfTinians are removinv nil th m.M
nery from Harper's Ferry to Richmond.
Bishop Onderdonkdied this moruinir. ased 70
A special dispatch to tbe Pott says, the ores-
ence of Sherman's Battery at Elkton changed
community from Secession to Union.
Troops are concentrating around Baltimore.
Troops are already in Western Virginia, and a
force of Federal troona will Ann ha rAntn1
Frederick. -T ' " w "
Governor Letcher has been nntidoil tht .n.
approach of the Confederate troops towards
Washington will be the aicnal far an Instant
flUck on Richmond and Norfolk. '
Washington dispatches to the Cammereief say
Union Convention will h hnlrt in whi;
13, composed of delegates from Western
Virginia. The secessionists will attempt to con
ciliate them bv trrantini? tha domanii t !
a -mmmh ww visa
Slave property.. . . . .
Farther European News.
Msdrid Daners deny that tha Snaninh n,..n
ment intended to reject tbe offer of reinnnrnnVit
of St. Domingo with Spain.
x-iHu provinces were being divested of Rus
sian troops for concentration at Warsaw.
A writ ot execution baa been Issued against
Great Eastern, at the suit of Soott Russell,
satisfy hie claims.
The conservatives in the Britisb . Parliament
preparing a strong opposition to Gladstone's
project, In hopes of a ministerial crisis.1
All tbe great merchant bouses in Marseilles
suspended payment in consequence of the
failure of tbe Turkish government tn rmiviilA
Itsj acceptances, and tbe refusal of the Bank
France to continue advances.
in tbe Italian Parliament, Garibaldi eaid he
not satisfied with Cavour's explanations,
that prospects were alarming, aud insisted
the reorganization of tbe Southern army.
Thq motion was carried by 197 against 75.
nuviu joan uusseii said tbat tbe proposed con
ference in regard to the slave truda had nnl
been held, because tbe American government
refused to take part In it.
Liverpool, April 23. All the
quiet, but steady.
London, April 23. The budget was opened
the House of Commons last night. Tbe Op
position denounced it generally, but nrnnnsed no
jLonsois this morning were 91w2.
xc : t .
WASHlNOT0N. Anril 30. SnRlnro rTnn-r W
Rives. W. D. Preston. JlldlTAa finilldii .nil
Brockenborough have been appointed by the
Virginia Convention delegates to the Southern
Congress. ... j .. . -, , . ; . .
Ueneral Harner has been ralaasAil h. n,
Gpyernor of Virginia. This, however, is a
matter of Indifference to the ArtminW
has arrived in Washington.
vi ii- ft .. .
irgiuia convention nas passed an ordi
nance establishing the navy of Virginia, and au
thorixlng the banks to issue one and two dollar
Tbe light houses at Canea iranrxmt r.h,.l
no lighte. .
HarHsbdrqh. Anril 30. Tha r.Mof Tnatin.
oLVermoBtwasin Richmond on Friday last,
had a full opportunity of judging of the
number of troops there. He estimates them at
ll.UOO,' and believes that 15,001) more were
south of that point in motion northward. -1
A gentleman holding an official position in
Washington arrived here to-day, after one
week's stay in Virginia. . He
important fact, that tbe vote against secession
the seoret session of the Virginia Convention
fully fifty, and not sixteen, as reported.
got this information from a prominent mem
ber of the Convention, who dared not makn tha
statement public, No Virginia paper dare pub-
Ufa I '.. 'i I , i.,, ,,.(. ' ...
f RXDIBICKa Md.. Anril !)f1 Tho Clnr.,
- - - r - w i viuvi
sent a message to tbe Legislature, enclosing a
i irom tue vttizens oi tvasnington and
(wu.n.a. Bulimies, protesting against tbe right
soldiers from Virginia Invading tbe soil of
Maryland, and outraging tha feel intra nf th
k u w
people, Dy searching their private dwellings.
The Governor disclaims giving Virginians euoh
ngui, aim requests ine liegisiature to act on It.
! i.. .
Washinoton, April 30. Col. Rlnlev has been
appointed to the head of the Ord
iarwlaod Of Cralc. nrdAroit In nth Ant . T.I a...
O- w.... WH.J, WIVU.I
914 bas been dismissed from the Army, for
ftttling to tender his accounts.' . . .
some Virginia papers quietly hint of the
formation of military companies ia the vicinity
i Muuitrv, tunes ueiow Aiexanana
- J .y i. . I, a, . i ',r,"
Ta-NTON, N'. ' J' April 30. The Govemnr'a
message to the Legislature recommends a two
million loan at 7 pet cent.; also the purchase
cannon, arms, munitions of war, raising four
regimens, itir oiate service, suDject to tbe call
pf the Government; Also the fortifying of the
euBiuero nounuaries or tne otate.
PHlLADILrHIA, ADril 30: A lartre niltnhnr nf
jwnmoreaue, wno r were driven from their
homes by the mob, , have returned to that eity
with their families, the Union element being
' 1 t- : v, ...
New York. April 30. Tha auam r,u..
peake.' bas. returned from Fort Monroe, after
unaipg J.puu ddis. oi provisions. . ,4 ,
' PHiLAD.Lrai a, ' April 30. Trains rnn from
Baltimore to -Wheeling, but are- aearched at
Harperf Perry -by secessionist, who are all
Hong tbe route, '
the Southern Congress—Message of
MoNTooutRV, April 83 Congress met at
President Davis' messaee announced the rati
flea tion of the permanent Constitution of tha
Confederate States, and it only remains for an
election to be held for tbe designation of officers
to administer the Uovernment.
It says the declaration of war made against
this Confederation, by Abraham Lincoln, reu-
uerea it necessary to convene uongress, to de
vise means to reDlenlsn tbe treasury, and for tha
defence ot the country.
Tbe President then reviews the relation
heretofore existing between tbe States, and the
events which have resulted in the present war.
Referring to the result of the mission of tha
iommlssloners to Washington, be savs. tha
orooKea pains oi aipiomaoy can scarcely luroisb
an example so waiting in courtesy, candor and
directness, as was the course of tbe United
States Government towards the Commission
ers. .' i
The President Incidentally refers to the nm.
dent caution observed br tbe fleet off Charleston
during the bombardment of Fort Sumter, and
pays a high compliment to tbe Carolinians for
their forbearance before, and heroism, daring
uu magnanimity atier, toe Domoarament.
He recommends tbe appointment of a dinlo.
He eavs the Confederacy, throneh Mr. ftta.
nhpnfl. has AnnnliiitAit m -inVAntlnn Btilh V 1-! 1 -
I WW W.HUWM WW WH.-WH . Vl.gllll..,
which bas united her power and fortunes with
He has satisfactory assurances that nth
oouinern states will soon stake tbelr fortunes
He says a people thue united and resolved
cannot fail or final success. Our cause is just
and holy, and we protest solemnly. In the t'aoe
ui manaina, mat we aesiro peace, at any sao-
tmue Bare vnat oi nonor ana independence.
He says the most of the executive departments
i iu Buccessiui operation, i ne rostmaster
General can soon be ready to assume thedlreo
uon oi postal anaira.
In Conclusion, ha ooncrratnlatsa tha
- . r,- mw wwu
tederacy on the patriotic devotion exhibited by
ue icvpi ui ww ionteaeracy. ine railway
companies propose liberal rates for the tranaruu-i
tation of mails, and will receive, in compensa-
iuu, ug uuoua oi we iunieueracy.
We seek no oenqueet, do aggrandizement, no
.vuweeaiua irom ine iree states. All we ask
to be let alone, tbat none shall attempt our
subjugation by arms. This we will and must
resist to tne uirest extremity. The moment this
intention is abandoned, the sword will dron from
our grasp, and we shall be ready to enter into
ne lien oi amitv ana commArna. miitnoii- hm.
fidal, SO long as this Dretenaion InlmainUln.H
With a firm reliance on tbat Divine power,
wuii-u covers who nis Drotect on the lust eanaa.
will continue to struirela far miF lnhflnt
i . . . . . op
rigui to ireeaom, independence, and self-gov
Detroit. Anril 30 The nrnnnllor Wlnnna
having on board the Artillery Comnanv latlv
stationed at Mackinac, passed here for Buffalo
Tbe two Regiments of But VnlnntAam. n.
thorized by the Legislature last winter, are now
mil, and quartered in this eity, ready to be mus
tered into service.
Tbe Legislature, which will moot t.,
day, It is believed, will authorize a loan of two
million dollars for war tmrrjoses. and nrnvlda rv
ralBing troops sufficient for any contingency.
A company of Flying Aitillery from Cold
water, Mich., having a batter of fnnr mm. .a
full complement of horses, arrived here to
night, having been accepted by the War De
partment, in addition to the Michigan quota.
horses of this company are all contribu
tions from the people of Coldwater and vicinity,
w .... iiiuuuuuwcu iuo nnest collection ever
exhibited here. All railroad rftmnanlaa (a ik
State transport troops free of charge.
Chicago, April 30. The Entnino jrn,.;
learns from a gentleman just returned from
Mississippi, that in many parts of that State
actual famine prevails, and tbe people are sof
turing ior want oi enougn to eat. Corn, which
me cniei article or food, is very scirce in
uu uiruugnuu. ins country. At one
station tuere were two bundred sacks, and that
me odij corn in tbat locality. There is but
nine money. I hose able to leave are fleeing
.nm Ik. ...I.. .... . ..
.iwiu .mo vwuuu w couapo Bwrvaiion.
Stations along the Ohio 4 Mobile railroad
packed with freight, ranch of which bas been
there for months, those to whom it is consign
ed being too poor to pay charges. The Railroad
Company, to protect itself, has been obliged to
adopt the rule to receive no more freight for
towne in Mississippi unless freight charges ate
prepaid. The Journal vouches for tbe respect
ablityof its informant.
Additional Foreign News.
Prince Napoleon would demand satisfaction
the Duke de Aumale for bis recent pamph
let. Commercial per AdriaticAdvices from Man
Livrrpool. Breadstuff, dull.
Richardson & Spence report market dull,
Flour dull and quotations nominal. Wheat
quiet. Provision market dull. Bigland and others
report beef steady. Pork steady, bacon dull.
London The funds were without material
change. The latest sales on Monday were III.
Central shares at 29023 dlaonnnt. F.rln R. R
Baltimore, April 30. Three spontaneouit
Union meeiings were held to-night in differen
sections of the city.
Resolutions were adopted in favor of sustain
the government, expressing approbation of
General Scott, and a determination to maintain
honor of the national flag.
Union badges are quite prominent on tbe
A dispatch from Frederick aays: a gentle
man from Washington informs me that Gen.
Scott showed him, yesterday, a copy ot a proc
lamation, to be Issued immediately, declaring
martial law in the District of Colombia and
over tbe line of railroad established by the gov
ernment for national purposes so far as to sus
pend the right of aeoeas core u$.
It is asserted that the Maryland Legislature
not even pass a bill oalling a State Conven
tion, but content themselves with making a
calm and dignified appeal to the country. .
Boston, April 30. Mr. Adams, Minister to
England, leaves on the Niagara to-morrow.
The Banks in Vermont have tendered f 300,
000 to the State for war purposes. -
Nkw York, May 1. The steamship Atlantlo
arrived to-day. She reports that she reaohed
Fort Taylor, Key West, on the 13th. Receiv
ing additional troops, ammunition Aw., she sail
again for Fort Pickens Arriving off Santa
Rosa, on tbe 16th, she landed reinforcement at
Pickens on the night of the 16th, without acci-
aent. -j m : i
'1 he rowhattan arrived on the 17th. The
Wyandotte, St. Louis, Sabine, Supply, and
Brooklyn, were there. The steamer Illinois
arrived on tne l.tb, and landed ber reinforce
ments on the 20th. :. , ....
Niw York. Mav 1 Tha HeraU'iWuh inn-
ton special correspondent says that Gen. Harney
denies any intention of resienlnr. . : .
Regular trains for the North commence to-dav.
:l ' ,T . ..:.;;
It is reported that Gov. Letcher la about tn
issue a proclamation forbidding the passage of
IU--.. i u Tr r . . . D
ouuhuvru tniupa uiruuga v irginia. - -
a man was arrested in Uov. Bpragne's quar
ters as a spy. - .i
A letter from Fort Monroe says there Is no
dftDger of an attaok there. 2,000 men are in
the tort. 1 bey are much annoyed by fugitive
slaves seeking' refuge there, but In all oases
they are returned, no batteries will be allow
ed to be erected within range. . : . ,
New You. Mat 1st. Bv an arrival fmm
Wilmington, N. C, we are informed that tha
secessionists have the entire control there.
Two vessels have been obliged to discharge
their cargoes of rice, on account of the scarcity
of provisions. Troops are arriving daily. -
Washinoton, May 1 The Secretary of the
Treasury baa advertised for proposale until the
30th Inst., unless the whole amount offered be
sooner taken at par, for nearly $14,000,000 of
stock of the United States, under the sot of
Jane, 18611,,' authorising a loan, . and providing
for tha redemption of the Treasury notes.
New York, Mav let The following comes
to us iron, a secession source at Alexandria,
Virginia, via New Orleans, and must be taken
lor wbat it la worth:
Alexandria, Va , April 29th, via New Or
leans 3Uth. Four vessels, two steamer and
two transport?, with Northern troops, passed up
Gov. Hicks, of Maryland, has Issued a nroola
nation recommending tbe State to occudv a
Citizens are still comnelled to leave Wash
ingtoo for their sympathy with the South.
A large Quantity of sheila hava been landed at
r on Washington. ..
Two men. one from South Carolina and ana
from Washington, were confined as nrisonera in
the Capitol, for being secessionists.
1 he New York Seventh Regiment declare
looked upon with suspicion by the Administra
The 71st New York Regiment. Quartered at
inauguration Hail, revolted on account of bad
quarters, and bad to be removed to the Navy
a aru. . . . .
A man bv the name of Bovd was arrested on
the Island at Washington, by two men, on ac
count of expressing Southern sentiments, and
ahot at midnight.
Baltimore, May 1. At noon, the Star Span
gled Banner was raised with great demonstra
tions of enthusiasm, from tbe Post Office and
Custom House, by order of the newly appointed
officials. It was greeted with tremendous cheers
for the Union and tbe old flag. Tbe crowd then
joined in singing the "Star Spangled Banner."
Hartford, May 1. The Connecticut Legis
lature convened to-day. uov. liucklngbam'i
message recommends an efficient State militia
it aays forty-one volunteer comDanies have al
ready been accepted. The regiments will not
leave tne mate until tbevarelu v tauioned
with camp and baggage trains, and prepared to
use care oi tnemseives.
The Legislature will make liberal acoronria
tions for war purposes.
Tbe State Is out of debt, and owns 400.001)
oners Dane stock.
Annaklis, Md., Mav 1st. Fortifications
commanding the Annapolis Railroad, and the
country for two miles aronnd, were up yester-
Annapolis was made a military denot ves
ueo. Butler will remain here.
All tbe movements are as seoret as possible,
Orders were given yesterday to arrest all
something important is going on.
Boston, May 1. The etearrer Niagara sails
noon, one taies no specie.
Tbe Arabia arrived at 5'o dock this morn.
Providence, R.I. May 1. Tbe Secretary
War has tendered to Gov. Soratue the office
lbe Governor baa telegraphed tbat the 2d
I. regiment Is not needed at present.
Boston, Mav l.-Wm. Gray has given tan
thousand dollars, for soldiers' families. . -
AT THE STATE HOUSE, THIS
morning, a CALP-BKIN POCKET-BOOK, contain
ing 15 In money aud valuable papers. The Bnder may
the money, and deliver tha book and balance of
contents to Senator Eaaon, at the American House.
precc-r joun BB0I11EL.
HAVING THIS DAT SOLD OIK
Stock of Groceries to Mr G. 8. DEMINQ, wa cheer
fully recommend him to onr old patrons and friends.
xuua. WALK. a) it t BON.
Columhoi, March Qfllh, 1861. apl-dtf
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS.
THE FOLLOWING CHANGES WERE
made In tbe the officers of this Bank. Jannarv SiUth.
. - ! .. XI? . n. . n . . '
low,, ui -ii; n. a. ruTT, rresiueni, and THOMAS
Moomi, Caihler, resigned their offices. David Tavlok,
Kaq., wae then alaotad President and War. A. Platt ap-
By omer or the Board of Directors,
feb 5, 1861-dtf. W. A. PLATT. Cashier.
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
RIannfactnrera of all kinds of Por
table and Stationary- Steam En
Klnea, Saw Mill-, Urist Mill., '
LANS A BODLSTSeattnl B. 4 1. BUlND Y Beaten!
J. J. B. DUYALL Seatenll! COL VMS C3
MAGEINS CO. Beatmllt I BRADFORD
A CO. Btatmtllll
Our Portable Engine and Saw Kill
awarded the first premium of $30 at tha Indiana
lair for 1?60 oyer Lace at Bodley's on account of
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior character of lumber sawed.
Onr Stationary Knglnawai awarded at the same Fah-
first premium of $SO0.
Our fortable anguse was awarded the first nremtum of
at the Fair at BKmphis, Tenn., over Blandy's Du
val l's, Columbus Machine (Vs., and Bradford at Co's.,
a oommtttee of practical Railroad Engineers. , ,
for prtoa ana terms aaaress
W1LLARD WARNER, Treasurer,
decS-dfewlyeois. Newark, Ohio.
THE REVISED STATUTES ,:
STATE OTP OmO
A GENERAL NATURE, IN F0R0E AUG. 1,1800.
Hon. Joseph R. Swan,
W1TB N0TBS OF TBI DECISIONS OF TBS BP-
PRXXS OOUBT, .
(Contained in twenty-nine volumes of the Ohio and Ohio
Btate Reports.) '
AND REFERENCES TO PRIOR LAWS,
BV LEAN DEK J.CBITOHIFELD,ESq
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It has now tha Legislative sanction, having been ap
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and was ordered to be distributed to the foilowim Btate
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' TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES, I
. ., CLERKS OF TOWNSHIPS, and ' .
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Statutes since tn pnoiieallon of the hut editions, by re
Deal, alteration and addition, and asanv Imnortant da
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, ROBBIBT cumm' e cbl' '
LawPubUahers, Booksellers; Bt-tloners atid Importers,
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, fhUftltavia, - . OlnolnnaU 0.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, May 1.
ItODR recetnu fl 001 htila; m.., v.. . .
lower: sales 6.00. bb). at as lias ilCLm.:' a. "?S?
15 2Vm SO for enmmnn tn mllnm "l;."'r?J
(BiJ 60 for shipping brands extra round hoop Obla ru
nadlan Flour heavy; sales 400 bbls at 5 SS7sov
aim iwua-steaay i e- luaf 00.
WHBAT KcelntsiMSWlhn.h. a.,,'. ' j . '
itI",B,,n ffvor "'Porohmaw.: aalea 13.000 bu.h.i, .
torn, (I 33 for Bed southern: al Altai i nr. i
western. 1 ' .
rJ;5r3w!l,,,yi,"1'1 -'SOO bushels at 68c
BAHLKY dull at 5570j.
UOKN reeelDti of OA .:ub Kn.t..i. t
without m.t,u. :i'T r"" :"Tr d
i. at emtio to, rzi" m rd ."
Canadian ann a.:.. " JUC
Tf,-hm.z:?3d!B:or ,00 bb"
BHEf -quiet and firm. v ,
OUT MEATS dull. .
. LARD dull aalea nf 3lni Mi'a ait favSllsa
C"'-kl-taadyat71014o, u .
WHIflKI-very quiet at 18o. ' -; .
8TOI1KD . .h..t. v-.. ...
5'0?PJ?' Poeot.: BleVliughan;.0;'.
' Rill.. I., . r, . '
-ii a. JdXUVlUwK! Bank-At.
N.J. 0. 1US; Irl-DX; Canton 9 0. T S3 Til ?, '
scrip M. B. 13; II. Y . 0 7 Xi t Hud to
. O.'eo: Tenn.5. V ':
now urm at i so. Krir.
ine demand is from a
as 0h.rda.rII """"i1" we 0Dl Boti, such a tra'de
as we nd a week ago In a small countr. i.iw.in- V .
ness. , Nothing I. dSing to SSbll. S.oitlonS 5 ;
way for any of the leading staples. w
itnH'!t.,JIl.0f?1.demind.nul,e,nP','nced for Flour
during the lut two oi three dava. ami n...
advanced, inurf.. i. i '
4 OS to 4 75. and family $5
rerular consumptive trade.
attl" whu7ll.wniy,,nd.ta,0re,,: nominally
UOBN is still keplat3A0
OATS are firm at SOc,
baulky wa OUola .nl..l J .... .
prime fall. 1 "" uu" '
HI E will nnthrln. ii.
WUI8KY I. ln, 10 i j, " .u...'.
ill n.l.a 1 U IllWreil
...wwowno lne rrovuion market was to-dav i.
mostacomnleu hi.ni. ipi.. .7T -. . Is n:
absence of anaeni.ti-i";: " -P e
it.ii a r: . 'r" oujiness sntlre
no market at
whsTer,"' ""' P.!
TUESDAY NOON; April 30.
V LOUR Firm at former rates, with sales of 180 bbls.
'Ir'ffS'.'Jf xt.r t0 donhl" at 4 75 3 12k .
WBEAT Market firm at a I mat, i no .....
track, aud al 10 from au.T "om
ORN-Improved demand, and Is quotable at 27
OATg Sales at 25e. from store
BUTTER Oniet: lh I nr
OHEKSK stesdv at fiaio 1.2n r w u
sales. " ". " ""-"
EOU8-stesdy at 9a9c.
POTATOEi-shlppers pay S5e for a prime quality.
SALT fine held at ai 4.1 is kki ..-M ' i. .,
delivered on cars . Ooarae at 1 1 48 from .ton. Likii
cars. Fine Dairy in bbls at ti 75.
maHWINEa quiet at US 15c.
STOOD THE TEST OF YEARS '
grows mere and more popular
-! every day!
' . ' "... ,,'
leslimonlals, new, and almoat without nnmfaer,
might be given from ladles and gentlemen in all grade
society, whose united testimony none could tesiit,
Prof, Wood's Hair Restorative will restore the bald
gray, and preserve the hair of the youth to old aue,
all its youthful beauty. .... '
. Battle Creek, Mich., Dee. xht, 1853.
Paor. Wood: Thee wilt pleas accept a Una to Inform
thee tliat the hair on my head all fell otf over twenty
jranRsu,v.uKuuj uumpucaiea cnrooio disease, at'
tenuea witn an eruption on the bead. A continual
sourae of suffering through life having reduced me to a
tats of dependence, I have not been able to obtain stuff
urwapw. bcuuci u.b a iron aula to UO tuem Up, In COD-
sequence of which my bead has suffered extremely from
cold. This Induced me to pay Brlggs A Ilodgee almoat
last cent I had on earth for a two dollar bottle of thy
Hair Restorative, about the first of Annum la.t. T h...
faithfully followed the direetioni,and the bald spot Is now
covered with hair thick and black, though short. It is
coming in all over my bead. Feeling confident
another Jarge bottle wculd restore It entirely
permanently, I feel anxious to perseverva in lis use,
being destitute of meana to purchase any more, I
would ak thee if thee wouldst not be willing to send me
order on thine agents for a bottle, and receive to thr
ee If, the scripture declaration "the reward is to those
arekindlothe widow aad the fatherleaa."
, I ., my friend, . BUSANNAU KIRBT.
Llgonier, Noble County, Indiana, Feb. Sth, 1850.
Pnor. O. J. Wood: Dear Sir: In th l.n., .,, t
mrji 1. 1 1 - . . . .1: 11 . . . .. y
i.w, wiiiid .uuiuK me otate ana national
School of the State ot New York, mr hair. Iran
unknown to me, commenced falling off very rap-
mi ma. ill iin hiui, my9KV UI lis montUS, tne Whole
upper part of my scalp was almost entirely bereft of its
covering, and muob of tha remaining portion noon tha
and back part of my head shortly after became gray,
tbat you will not be surprised when I tell you that up
on my return to the Stat of Indiana, my mora casual
acquaintance were not so much at a loss to discover the
of the change in my appearance, as my more Inti
acquaintances were to noognite m at all.
I at one made application to the moat skillful physi
cians in tho country, but, receiving no assurance from
mem iruu my natr wouia again ne restored, I wss forced
become reconciled to my fate, until, fortunately, In
latter part of the year 1857. your Heatoratlva re
commended to me by a druggist, as being the most relia
ble Hair Restorative in us. I tried on bottle, and
found to my great satisfaction that It waa nrnriucin- th
deslred effect. .Slno that time, I have need seven dol.
worth or your Restorative, and as a result, hava a
coat of very soft black hair, which na nnn an
1 ' . 1.
as a mart or my gratitude ror your labor and skill In
production ot so wonderful an article. I have nnia-
mended Us us to many of my friends and acuuaintances,
I am happy to inform you, are naing it with like
effect. Very respectfully, yours, . . .... ,
A. M. LATTA,
1 Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Depot, 444 Broadway, and sold by all dealers thronrh-
the world. - , .
fa Restorative Is put up In bottles of three alias.
large, medium, and small; the small holda X a pint, and
retaila for one dollar per bottle; the medium holds at
least twenty per cent, mor In proportion than the small,
retails for two dollars a bottle: tha larae holda a
quart, 40 per cent, more In proportion, and retails for S3
0. 1. WOOD fc CO.. Pronrletora. 444 Rrnadwav. New
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Th subscribers take pleasure In annonnelna ntha
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- . ... ww.i. uuh loranjrooosioeraiiou
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AWD fl .
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uaerry uara and Da
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WU1 effaetaalbr aanre . ...
UVIB 00MP1AIMT. DTBPEPBIA. JATHtDIOn.' " '
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Over a Million of Uottlaa
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,'"' involuntary viacnarg thereof. Vailing of the
Womh. fllriillnMa W.(nll.. ..J .1, yw . r, .
Females. . , ' " ; f. f , ,
. There Is no MUUke Abont It.
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I .FOB CHILDREN. ... .'
If von r children ara .l-kl. .... ...an.,i J:
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IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE:
OarTtoii.-Bewar of Dreggtst or Sealers who '"'' '" "
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purify the blood thoroughly and at the same tuna ' '
strengthen tbe system. -
On tableapoonful taken entry Bornmr fastinc. I o -wi ,;
ertain prevenUve of Cholera, OhilU and Fever, Tallow 1 "
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bottle. . r" -7..-
Priceonlyll per bottl, or bottle for t-. " '
' ' ! J.H. McLBAN,
j ' Sol Proprietor of Utla OordraL" , ,, :.'
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Muscle, Cnronlc or Inflammatory Rheumatism, Btll
nesa of the Joints, oontraotad Muscle or Ligament
Earache or Toothache, Brnlsea, Sprain, Woanda, Freak . 1 i
Out. Clears, Fever Bora, Caked Breast Bora Nipple, ' 1 1
Burns, Scalds, Sore Tkaat, or any InfiasamaUon or Pain,
difference how severe, or ho long the discuss may
hava existed. McLean 'a Celebrated Liniment to a onr
remedy. . . . . ...
Thousands of human beings hay ben saved a lift of
decrepitude and mlatry by the na of thl Invalnabla awd- : . ,
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
VLINIMENT - '"v.;
Will relieve pain almost Instantaneously, end ft wll
!nna' ParirH and heal sh foalaat tore la an lasawdl ,
abort time. . , 1 ' '
. ror Horaeo and Otfetej- AoHsaiaaa. r
McLean a eelebratM T.intw.M, l ,. a. a 1 ""
HabU remedy for th cure of Spavin, Ring Bom, Wind
galls, Splints, Unnatural Bumpa, Nodes or Bwelltnga. It
never fall to cure Big Head, Poll Evil, Fistula. Old '
running Bore or Sweeny, It properly applied. For
Bpralna, Bruises. Scratches. Soma nr Wound.. tmmAmA ' . J
Heela, Chafes. Baddl or Collar Gall it I an Infallible 1 , .
remedy. Apply it a directed, and a mar. u nn.1. 1.
Thta trifle no longer with th many worth leas Lfitt
isnta offered to yoa. Obtain a annnlv af Dr. kdw. . ...
oelebrated Liniment. It will cure yoa. , '.
J.H. ItIcI.K AIM , Bol Proprietor, a ' "
Corner of Third and Pin 8 treats, St. Laoia, M-Ti
For aale by all druggists.
,0Lle f ROBERTS k SAMUEL,
autftt-wfcwlj , ..1 Columbus. Obi.',:"
Tierienced Nurse and Female Physician, pretent
to the attention of mothers, bar
SO O'T H I N G 8 YRUP.
FOR CHILDREN TEETHINO. '- '
Which greatly faeilltatea tha nrnrM. at ttiKin. ....
e.nJnf . ? --c'ng all Inflammation will allay '
PAIN and spasmodic actkm, and ia , . . .
8CKE TOHEGUI1ATE THE BOWELS, j - .
Depend npon It, mothers, 1 1 will give rest to yourselves 1 ' -
RELIEF AND HEALTH TO TODY mini
We have nut un and aold thta articl. r. 1
CAN BAY, IN CONFIDENCE AND ThWVa'mjY.'
what we have never buen able tn ., nf ... .,... wi ' , v
iv iwi m uusi, wuan timaty used. Hav
er did we know an Instance of dissatisfaction by any on
uaed it. On the oontrary, all are delighted with lu
operations, and speak in terma of oommandatioa ef Ita '
magical effeota and medical virtues. W speak in thla ..
nutter "WHAT WE DO KNOW;" after ten Wars' axo-'' ,
rlenc. AND PLEDGE OCR REPUTATION FOR THE
FULILLMENT OF WHAT WE HERE DEm.iiX rZ
almost every instance where the Infant la suJertus'ftom C
.nil .vh.n.lln. wwll.r w.111 , , - - w T .
. .viiw. .... v. iuuuii iq ni teen or
twenty minutes after theSyrup ia admlnbitored. t u ,1, .1
This valuable preparation la the nreanrlntt.. ... .
.. u v n .'1., ,, . . . '.I. .,
raw.. .iLBi!n.YE,ijan. ociiiLrUI
ILLFUL NCRSRSIa. l
With NEVER FAIL-' i
Mew England, and ha been used
INU 8D00EBB In
- TllOIISAnDH Of CASES.1'. 'i.,-,'-It
notonly relieve the child from n.in. k.n. '
the stomach and bowels, orrals acidity, and girt
and energy to the whole system. It will almost fca .
stantly relieve ' l.ktl
GBiPiia nr tex bowxls, aitd wind chub1
overcome oonvuisions, which, if notndlhrram.''r
AlmA ..A I. ...,h W. w-,1 .un...a. yiT- -
EST REMEDY IN THE WOULD, In all of DYS
ENTERY and DIARRlltKA IN OUILDREH, whathei, . r
ariaes from teething, or from any oilier, cause Wa H
would say to every molherwho has a ohild sufferlDs from 1
any of the foregoing complaints DO NOT LET Vuiis'1'
PREJUDICES NOR TUE PREJUDICES OF OlllkBa T
stand between you and your suffering ehlld, and in. 7. J
lief that .will be SURE-ye ABSOLUTELY SURB-IJ.?
follow the ass ot this medicine. If timely asd. Full si.
reotlonsfor using will aooompany each bottl Una'
Senulne unless th facsimile of OURTIBSt PaBKiiuj "
lew York, I on tha oatald wrannar. ""AIS.rf
Sold by all Druavlata throuahout Ola mAwA -1
Principal Office, is Cedar fstreet N.l v
rKlUt. ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLB.
O0l7SWly. .. ; , - , '
WM, KNACE A CO.
A siir.il rku aaiiKa.
XX ttVOM, XO, m MALUJIOBS HT.
Mns. Lis mnt 7 K. wmai vVt-r
I Off for aala their oelebratd . ' ' lUllll i .
UOl'DUN MfiUALi ,
Vi - .AWORTESfT
Being highly retmnnanded by lb first Frolcaaori sad i
Mnsieal Amateurs of the tonntry, and m"nmm '
EVERY ".' Vs '
j ' ' WARRANTED FOB 5
"The Best tastidioasewetonw may reUwti'kato!;1'0
pleased in very respect. r . ,
Tsrms narrai. . WM. XNABB A CO -.
i SKLTZER k WEBSTER, Aiwts,
etSfl;lydw, - - . - . tloluma-e. Ohli. 5 . If'
P. rT 'Wdfwl tgirr"4
ORB RKANDDl K8. W 1NK.1. Cult 111 A I, ,
-.a,froTa -'timtivt w .---VimM "
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