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THURSDAY EVENING, M AY 2, 1661.
Tim A damn Kinross Company places us
m 1 . - - - l-.M nanar.
under obligations to it lor we vm j r-t
irom the eastern cities.
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The American Express Company Das
thauks for its daily favors m uie snaps oi
very latest eastern papers. -
Cabs JaoHo,.-C.P, MoNulltv, of MUIoie
borch, Holmes county, arrived ai tne uamp,
' I iiu hi. nmnan nf 97 men
morning, with his company of JI men.
' The Fourth Regiment receiveaoraers.T
..h.is ...t . r.VlnnV. thin .ftnrnnnn.on
at half past one o'olock, this afternoon, on the
. C, & X. and L. M. K. R ( for Camp Dennisom
near Loveland, The Regiment consists of the
''""k Knox Guards,
H. Union UunnJi,
' ' 0. Del.ware Guards,
, J). Hardin Oomp'y.
. F. Oanton Zoutrei,
' G. Hardin Oomp'y
H. Marlon ..
I. Olentangy fluirdi,
' K .Marlon Uomp'yr
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tl. . pii.i rn,,Ioo nf the Seven.
1 UI tITU IVIWIIIUK v,vu.F.w w. .
teenth Regiment received oraers to leave mis
da, for the Camp at Lancaster. O.;
Oapt. Aeton's Company men.
.These make a total of 1,190 troops, ordered
from Camp Jackson to day
' The nnmber of troops in the Camp is now re
duced to about five thousand, and the nnmber
of Companies to fifty-five. They can all be
quartered to the Camp, and the officers will be
enabled to preserve bettor order and more reg
ular diaiplino. ,,
, A Court Martial was sitting at the Camp tnla
forenoon, but Ibe results of its deliberations had
not been mado public at noon to-day. Some se
rious cases of infraction oi military law were
said to be before the Court
D Adjutant Gen. Jso. W. Dohkrtt, being re
quired to resume his post as Agent of the C. &
X- and. L. M. R. R. has been relieved from duty
at Camp Jackson, and his placo as Adjutant
General filled by the appointment of Capt
Thio. Jones.- . ..
Amur Surokons. The following gentlemen
have been txamined by the Medical Board of
ExamtDcrs, and recommended to the Governor
as suitable persons to be appointed Surgeons and
Surgeons' Mates In the Ohio Volunteer Militia,
Out of fifty applicants, only twenty-two were
C. E. Boyle, M. D , Columbus.
"J. A Coon', M. D , Dayton.
'M0. Ferris, M. D , Upper Sandusky.
,4 1 F, Gabriel, M. D., Piqua. .
J. A. Kyle, M. D., Xenia.
H. M. McAbee, M. U., Canton. .
18. Lovingr M. D., Columbus. .
iC. 8. Muscrolt, M. D., Cincinnati.
J. D. Robinson, M. D., Wooster.
Beoj. Tappan, M. D., Steubenvllle.
8. Tarney M. D., Clrclevillo.
F. N Ames, M. D., Cincinnati.
U..Z. Oill, M. D., Columbus.
E. S. Hill, M. D., Oxford.
. Si Settoo, M. D., Cincinnati.
F. Slatter, M. D., Clermont co.;
. John B. Rice, M. D., Fremont. '
H. II. Seys, M. D , Springfield.
C, H. Swayne, M. D Toledo.
R. W. Thrift, M. D , Putnam co.
R. Wirtb, M. D Gilboa.
A. 8. Young, M. P., Cincinnati.
CoMrLiH(NTaar. The following preamble
. and resolutioas wer pauod at Camp Jackson,
yesterday, bj tho Pickaway Tigers :
VWhcri.s, We, the oflicers and privates of
the Pickaway Tigers, Company B., 18th Regi
ment, feel ourselves under many obligations to
the Superintendent and young ladies of the
Esther Institute of Columbus, for their kind
attention and the many favors showered upon
ns stall times and in different ways; Therefore,
Retolvtd, That we tender our most sincere
thanks to the Superintendent and young ladies
of the Esther Institute for their generosity and
kind feelings in bestowing upon us their best at
Retained, That we will forever remember
them with gratitude, and when on the field of
battle, the thoughts of their kindness will in
spire ns to do our duty as men and soldiers, and
our lives will freely be offered as a sacrifice for
their liberty and honor.
Retehtd, That the above resolutions be pub
LOUIS E. TETER, President.
R. C. HELLRIGLE, Sec'y.
HTWe ' observe among the physicians who
passed examination on Monday night, Dr. C. E.
Boru, of this city. Dr. Both la a self-made
man, being originally a member of our eraft.
He U a fine classical soholar, a man of great
energy and perseverance, and every way quali
fied.. We make this note of commendation
without designing to be Invidious, but simply as
ad aot . of justice to a worthy member of the
Of At a Union meeting, held at Woodsfield,
Monroe county, on the evening of the 25th ulf.
the sum of two thousand dollars was raised In
about twenty minutes, for the support of the
families of those volunteering la the service of
their country. '
.1I3"A Camp has beon opened at Lincaste r,
Fairfield county, by the Seventeenth Regiment,
0. V. M. Qaytain Dxsr for the present com
asa0diari.;.. - x- u ...
SjTCoI. Loam Andrews, of the Fourth Regi
ment, htsappointed.lBRiix Undsrwood, of Mt
Vernon i Quarter Master, and Mr. Dotrit, Ad
JoUnt. : ' ' '
. D" C.THiRimm P. Bookinoham, of Mt. Ver
non, has been appointed Assistant Adjutant
General, and has soc"epted the offloe. . , '
ID"' The troops stationed at Camp Taylor,
Cleveland, will be removed to Camp Donnlson,
near Loveland, '. ' . ' .' . "
,( Secretary Ch4Ss hat just taken a bouse in
Washington City for the term of four years.
Rmbvii,. John H. Smith has removed his
Bat Store from the Odeon Building, to the old
stand formerly occupied by J.N. Whitney as a
. Book Store, No. 09 South High street. Mr.
Smith has just received a choice , lot of new
styles of flats and Caps. Wa recommend to
cttisena and strangers, desiring any article In
his line, to give Mr. Smith a call. v
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Thc . Jiqhth WoNDa pr mm World.
Not the Atlantic Cable, nor. the Great Eastern
but James Pyle's Dletctlo Saleratns, that hi
ways makes good, light, wholesome bread, bis-
cuitand cake, preserves health, and is the beet
and'most economical leaven in the world; Every.
body wonders at ltl . Depot, 345, Washington
street, N York. ' Sold by all grocers every-
where. 1T. -i ' ,
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TTCPoctor LiUnd's "Antl-Rhoumstlo Band.ls
the only known remedy for Rhenmatism, Gout
ahd JNeuralgla, and the pernicious' effects' of
iMeroury t and it le with the sreatest satisfaction.
1M Ip Its merits, that we sail thrtttentlon of our;
readers to the advertisement in another .poluma
f our paper of the Anti-Rhenmatlo Band.
I v wuHnna au wiuub "
Coughs. f he sudden, th aoges of oar ollmat
are louroea of Pulmonary , Bronohial and Astb-
matlo Affections.- Experience. Having provsa
that simple remedies often aot speedily aid
oertalnly, when taken in the early stages of the
disease, recourse should at ones i had to
"linum't Bronchial iTochtt," or Losengeei
the Cold, Court, or Irritation of the Throat
ever so slight, as bv this nreoantiod more
I nous imu miy oe eneoiuauy wwu
pL. unn.lr... .a a:.. ill find thnm
feotui r0F 0 esrlnr ; and strenetnemnir
I voice. See advertisement.'. For sate wholesale
and retell, by Roberte & 8amnel No. 84 North
Hj . itreet n Samuel Co., No. ,85 South
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ttw," wmcu coma oe as appropriate in prevent-
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Ine as in curioe baldness. To cause a luxuriant
growth of beard or whiskers,. His equally cer.
tain. Messrs. H. L. Hioihan b Co. now have
tne entire American market. .Hence we look
tor a large increase in birsute appendages
among our young men. See our adyertlsing
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columns. ' - ' ..!.&.
R. C. HELLRIGLE, Sec'y. Rail Road Time Table.
Lrrru Miaki k. Oolumsds II Xmu R. B. - ,'
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Mail and Aooommodation.. J:90 p.m.- ftiop. M.
No. 1 Xxprera 3:30 A. M. 11:38 A. M.
No. 2 do ...i.ll:IH A.'M. ' ' 11:45 P. M.
No. S do 3:10 V. M. 4:50 A.. M.
W. J. Jill, Agent.
PlTTIBORaH, OoLDM BPS 4t ClUClKHATI K. B. , ,
Hall Train 3,30 A.M. ' 11:3S A.M.
Bxprtu Train ,...11:18 A. M.1 11:45 P! M.
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Wood's Hair Restorative has acquired a
reputation from actual test anJ experiment
which cannot be enhanced by newspaper puffs.
our own vicinity It bad been extensively need.
and we believe in every case with every. desired
result,, and receives tho universal endorsement
all who have tried It. We therefore recom
mend It as one of those' few genurnenoitrumi
which accomplishes all it professes, and all the
bald and gray could desire. Columbia Spy.
Good. We met one of our friends yesterday
Broadway, and were astonished at the change
ms appearance. A tew weeks ago we saw
him, he was pale, lean "and dejected; complain-
ui weuuenB muu ueuiiuy, uavuig ueeUi so
afflicted all summer. How he appears to be fat,
healthy and strong. We learn he owed his res
toration entirely to McLean's Strengthening
Cordial. . 9
We advise all who are oomplainiag of Gen
- Debility to try it; It is certainly a very
pleasant remedy. We learn' that there are Ikrke
quantities of it selling dally. Jfofnia Her$d
REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.
Baltimore. May 2. A steamer of the Nor
line, which left here Tuesday, wit'u the
mails and passengers, expecting to be permitted
enter Norfolk harbor, was not allowed toude
She landed the mails and passengers at Qld
Point Comfort. ' : , "lL
A steamer whloh left here yesterday, also re
turned without going to Norfolk.
me Diookade is evidently being -vigilantly
enforced against Virginia, ' " "
The steamers say that Norfolk bav is dotted
a large meeting neia at tne jiiota Jioaange
morning was attended by merchants and
others. Resolutions in favor of Immediate re
construction of the bridges destroyed, ' were
adopted, and petitions to this effect to the Leg
islature were largely signed.
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St.' Lodis, May 1. The Cairo correspondent-
the Republican says, abont a dozen men be
longing to tne ibleago company relused to take
oath, and left the ranks.;" - ('" - .1
Major General Backner. Commander-in-chief
the Kentucky militia, had a conference with
Prentiss, Commander of the forces at Cairo.
Much exoitement at Paduoah, Ky., and Com
panies are constantly drilling. Four pieces of
artillery had been received from Nashville;
It is understood the Governor of Tennessee
made a demand npon the Governor of Illinois
arms and munltlons;of war taken from the
Hillman. This boat has been given to
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uwnera auu uaen vo rauueao. c, .
War feeling high at Nashville ; several com
panies drilling day and night. -
Twenty-four 94 pounders' and a considerable
number of troops stationed at Columbus, Ken
tucky. Town carefully guarded. Strangers close-
watobed. reopie feared attack from tne Cairo
forces. ' : , . . :J2VJ "",10
Steamer Julius H. Smith, slipped by, Cairo,
landed with four hundred and fifty Colt'e
rifles. . ' a
Pensacola advices to the 24th say troops are
working day and night on the batteries. -
i wo companies Just arrived rrom Mew Or
leans, were ereoting three gun batteries for the
defense of Pensacola. - a,
Galveston dates to the 26th say active mili
, preparations are. going on throughout
Texas. - 1 -m m-
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New York, May 2; Messrs; . Livingston,
Crooheron &Co. will positively dispatch one of
their steamers tor Havana on Monday next.
honr of departure ia fixed at 19 o'clock.
Tbe Hertld't speolal correspondent-, says
Gov. Bontwell has been authorised to raise two
additional regiments similar to Major Gordon's,
The Governor has received intelligence from
Paris that Minister Faulkner bad presented. the
Southern Commissioners to the Emperoei ot
ranee. Mr. Dallas reroied dolnsr so at Lon
until he rcocived instructions, frotri Wash
ington. - ; ... ; t :v
It is renorted that the English and French
Ministers have protested against the Issuing of
letters of marque by Jeff. Davis.. -,r: T
Twenty-five additional vessels nave- baas
purobased by tbe government, and every soutlu
port will be strictly, blockaded within twenty
days. . t . -..-wi fi-,,.. .....,t "
Com, Btringbam commands , the blockading
squadron, and rendergast tbe borne sqaadrom i
St- Louis, May 1 The election yesterday in
Marion county to fill vaoanoy in the Legislature,
resulted in the triumph of Mr? Llpsoombf Union
candidate, over' Thomaa L. Anderson r seces
sionist, formerly member of Congress, by 'one
nundred and lorty-Bix majority. 7
G. M. B. Maughs, secessionist elected in Jack
county, also to HU Tacancy ..,,-,.
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Washington, May 9. 5.Q0O meqhanica are
be employed In repairing the damages to the
Northern Uentral Kailroad. with a sulliolent
nnmber of troops' to protect them' while r the
work is rjroeres8ing.T iTius tne ' way will oe
opened for the transit of troops andmunitiouof
war, and for passengereYi - i v, t,
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San Airninot April 2S.-BiWrla are being
erected at Galveston." Forts Btlss and Qajtmap
re soon to be gsrrlsoned. . ",r...i
Fifteen hundred ; volunteers enrolled In Gal
f! r fonr daya. .. On thMiaaiiwmerevln
.uv wuuH-j onerod their servioes. -ai
.iif' 1 1 n in . u
New York, Mat -.!. r.
Wilmington this mornini jTeports that she waB
f tbia port, forwarded his resignation to.tVesi
I Waihihoton, May 1. A special dispatch
I the 'World says arrangements have been made
lor tne resumption or irarei dt rauroaa tia
Baltimore and York, ra.
3 All Southern Journals received to day state
that laree numbers of troops are Catherine, and
tne tree negroes are oeing impressea into tne
I service. i
1 - Nearly everr Dortion of Washlneton and the
i imrioi iBoouueutmi loiograjjui .
I r ... -bA iwl.. fpnm Porta atata ih.t
i Mv.ivta ivivi w mj .. Wu .,, mr
the French Government Is fully ooated in Amer
I lean affairs, and no sympathy is felt for the Con
r-Contrary to often repeated rumors, itiecer-
uinly ascertained that martial law will not be
I proclaimed here, unless there shall be reason
w war ueparimeni pan rece veu a uupaccn,
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stating tost toe ionieaeraie oiu.e troops were
conr7t,atlnir in Vlreinia for an immediate
raid on Washington.' : Military men have no
f. ,w .hiflt.
wu sunt bv.
0 d h en Issued to commanders of
I Reeiments and Independent Companies to make
weir reports to the headquarters of the De-
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I mands, oharaeter of their arms, supply of ammu-
altion, degree of pronoiency in ineir arms, and
the character of the same; if they understand
the drill as skirmishers; il they have practiced
at the target, and the range ana pronoiency
thereof; and if they Know tne manual or the
bayonet .exercise. They will alto state their
ability to take the field, as to camp and garrison
equipage, ana orgamzatiou vi tueir quarter
muter and medioal departments. -.
, Commanders will be held accountable for the
want of good discipline. The articles of war
will be read to the respective commands on the
Sabbath at . the inspection, before going to
oburob, and they will be governed by the rcgu
lations for the army of the United States .
A leave of absence for three months hai been
granted Col. King, the Minister to Rome, to en
able him to command the Wisconsin volunteers
Also tu Carl Sohnrz, Minister to Spain, who
proposes fo raise a company of cavalry,
Baltimore, May 1 Judge Bond, of the
Criminal Court, charged the Grand Jury this
morning. He called attention particularly to
the attack of the mob on the military on the
19th of April, that the guilty might be brought
judge Bond's charge to the Grand Jury, after
reciting the occurrences of the 19th of April,
says: It is your duty, gentlemen, under the
solemn oaths you have taken, impartially to in
quire- Into these occurrences, and present such
persons as bore part in the riot. The very ex
istence of society depends npon your lmthlul
aiscnarge ot tnis duty. . x ou win inquire wnetn
er there were preconcert and preparation, and by
whom. You are bound to present those who
aided in obstructing tne railroad, prevented the
safe march of troops, and assisted in impeding
tneir passage. At tne same time, it is your duty
to inquire whether any of our own citizens were,
without justification or provocation, fired upon
by troops and killed.'
Joeside the loss ot lite, tne violence done to
property, the breaking into stores, the assuming
unlawful authority, the Irregular and Ille
gal arming of troops, and the attempt, by or
ganizations unknown to the law, to usurp
the lawtul government, also deserve your at
The Judge concludes that the potent voice
law should be beard above the din of strifes,
else all security and stability is gone; there will
nothing left of our social frame worthy of
effort to preserve.
Alter the crowd bad left the Custom House
a man named Geo. Lemon, in the uni
of the Maryland Guards, deliberately cut
the American flag, which fell into the arms
a. bystander.' He was immediately arrested
a -deputy sheriff, and with some difficulty
from the wrath of the few Union men
present, aud conveyed to the police station,
where he awaits examination. Tho' Guards, it
said, will expel the offender.
New York, May 1. The PoX's special dis
patch says arrangements are being made for
resumption of the Northern mail service.
Gen. Soott will soon change his Head Quar
ters to Philadelphia. .
30,000 Jroops are to be concentrated at Wash
ingtou., , ; ; ; ,': : , .'.;.;, .. ' .
Bonham is reported as in command of
thereof) troops la Virginia. '
droits deufr the report that luuS MQm
Halted an armistice.
A letter from a member of the 7th regiment
says six secessionists were caught on the 27th,
two were shot on the morning of the 23th.
Another was to be shot the next morning.
Several had been arrested for tearing up the
railroad track.. . ...
A private letter from Annapolis says the brig
uaiedonia naa two men banging- rrora ner yard
arms, one for smuggling powder and provisions
Charleston, the other .- for piloting the 7th
Regiment on the Chesapeake bar, with the in
tention that the Baltimore secessionists should
capture Annapolis before the 7th Regiment
reached there. ... ...
No fortifications on either side of the Potomac
Chesapeake are in the hands of the secession
ists. The secession flag was floating at Alex
andria when the Bienville left. .
Baltimori, May 1. The following circular
the Government at Washington has been
extensively signed by our citizens. It says: In
opinion, military forces or stores ought to
pass through Baltimore without hindrance, and
will use our best snorts to prevent any ob
structions. " ..' ' '"'"'
A memorial to the Legislature asks tbe re
building of bridges and the re opening of all
lines of communloation.
The Police Commissioners have removed the
restriction on the exportation of breadstuff. -
Resolutions were onered in tne Maryland
Legislature and referred to a select committee,
saying if more troops were necessary to the
defence of the Capital, they may be transported
over the Railroads of Maryland. ". '
A resolution was adopted to appoint a com
missioner to wait on Davis and Gov. Letcher to
bring about an understanding whereby civil war
may oe averted.
.An American Bag will be presented to the
Some Guard by tbe ladies of Frederick. v
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OifAHi, May 1. Governor Black has Issued a
proclamation, recommending a thorough volun
teer organization tnroagnout tne territory.
has already supplied companies with arms
and equipments, and ieems(determlned to place
Nebraska In the best possible, condition of de
fense. , It is supposed that at least one regiment
Nebraska will be mustered into the service
of the United States for home defense. Nebras
Is a unit for the Constitution and tbe Union,
is rumored that Governor Black will Imme
diately, on the arrival of hla suocessor, return
Pennsylvania, having been called there to
assume an important military command.
Wrklino, Va.a May 1. At a meetintr of
meronants ot this oity, held to-day, to determ
ine what action should betaken in retard to
the renewal of the State license, whloh expired
yesteraay, a committee was appointed to drait
resolutions; and tbe meeting ad loomed until
morrow. The feeling was strongly la oppos
stuon to renewal. : some espresaea a aetermt-
nstion to close their stores, rather than Dav tri
bute to the Southern Confederacy. , .,. ,
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Chioioo, May 1 ,In oonseoucnoe of adlffl.
eulty In obtaining a full attendance from subor
dlnate Unions la session of the National Typo
graphical Union, Mr. Farquhar, President, has
consented to its Dostnonement: A oirrmlar
from the Board of Officers will bo Issued next
Week,- I.,-..)..-.'.; v'.-'j;' r- ,'.- .f .wi r-.
nll.'.L(DacviLLI. Ga.. Mav 2 Cm. Tlrn.n
has issued a proclamation prohibiting the pay
ment of all debts to Northern creditor till i1
end oi Hostilities, and directing the payment of
money iuki mib outs treasury, to be refunded
wun. interest, ai tne end of tbe war, to deposl-
M til. tt
i v-l v..t:.:i
-8vgA0Tjt!i, May 1. Contribnlions W the mil.
lUrt relief fund amount tot 13.000. The Com
mon Council has made an additional appropria-
;:JV )e n i i n ' , ' n:.- !T't D
-. Vtnw'iw, May ..The aohooher Vfl:. it
Smith, from Wilmington, Nv C;, brought- tire
drew or, ,tbej steamer , nortu Carolina, . seize J
there., -me orewot tne unoie
Ben were still
, SnuNOFiiLD. IU.May 1. The Legislature
to-day passed i bill to prevent the transmission
of telegraphi messages- in cypher, and also
passed a bill for sending ten regiments into
oamp of Instructions to meet future calls from
the General Government 1
wwi. a (vubiae, uuuiuiKuaiuK vuiwar lit VBiru,
telegraphed to dav that 1.700 stand of arms were
lanaea at Columbus, Ky., twenty miles from
cairo,iastnigbt,and tbat seven pieces of can
non were landed at Paduoah yesterday.
All quiet at Cairo. About 3,000 troops in
REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN. [Special Dispatch to the N. Y. Times.]
Baltimore, May 1 Reverdy Johnson, who
arrived to-day from Frederick, says members of
the Legislature are arjoalled at the strength of
tne union sentiment in Alaryiana, and at the
certainty 01 making Maryland tne battlefield,
a tney tbrow ber into tbe vortex or secession.
He does not believe they will perform any ac
tion tenaiog to sucn an enat
Wallace, elected from Baltimore durlntr the
reign of terror, moved to ratify tbe amendment
10 tne Constitution proposed by Congress, that
the Government shall not Interfere with slavery
wnere it exists. A week since, ne wu all In
baste for secession.
New York, Msy 1. Capt. Carson, of the
sobooner B. B. Pitts, from Charleston, states
mat be was at the wharf near fort Moultrie
during Sumter's bombardment, and that on Sun
day night sixty dead bodies were carried across
his traok to land, and on Monday night forty
more were carried out at one time, and sixty at
another. Capt. Carson and mate saw and
counted the bodies, and state that, all tbe sol
diers were sworn to deny any loss of life. 1
Boston, May 1 Mr. Adams, Minister to
England, Cassius M. Clav. Minister to Russia.
and Mr. Halderman. Minister to Sweden, left
onine Niagara tor HiUrone. , :
The bodies of the Massachusetts soldiers
killed at Baltimore arrived to-day, and were
received wun military nonora.' - ,
Baltimore,; Mar 1. Fort MoIIenrv. to dav.
was further reinforced hv two (Vimmniaa nf th
Fourth Artillery. - under Maior Morris, who
maea cuiurnana.j ;i; , ., " " r; f
JBaLTIMORB. MaV 1. The cit la van nnlat.
Four Union meetings were held to-night, in as
many sections of the citv. Srjeechea and nthni
aemoostrations were maae.
The Union men hold ward meetings to mor
row night to elect delegates to a Union city
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uuuveuviuu , hi prepare tor toe uongresBional
New York. May 1st. The follonino- la ,
dressed to Simeon Draper:
washinqtom, May I.-kThere Is not a word
of truth in the report of an armistice. That
sort ot business ended on the 4th of March.
F. W. SEWARD.
Montoomert. Mar 1. Coneress is in aecrat
A battalion of the 3J Alabama nwimnnt lafr.
this morning for Virginia.
Two companies of Dragoons are ready for
Pensacola.- ,- .
Naw York, May 2. The Timet' Waihlnir-
ton dispatch says a scout reports seeing a num
ber of guns unmounted back of the Hills of
Alexandria, evidently intended for Arlington
boy. Letcher refuses to allow Dr. Bowles to
return through Virginia to North Carolina for
his family, because Dr. S. is a Union man, and
obnoxious to the people of Virginia. He will
appeal to UOV. CilllS.
Portland, Me.. Mav 1. An nttnmnt aa
made yesterday to blow up the State powder
house, on Bramhall Hill, containing lO.WlO k
powder. - , . , .
,m ' 1
St. Josiph, May 1. A Union meetlnir was
held here yesterday, and was addressed by Ex
Governor Stewart, who was received with' ac
clamation. Resolutions in favor of nentralltv
were passed by an overwhelming majority. No
uiaturuauuB wu maae, jHJ quiet - .
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] NEW YORK, May 2.
FLOTJft recelDtl 4.6W bhl,: aurkat mm . .
changed prlcei; aalei 18,000 bbli at S5 lmi 15 for mp
m., ww iwi uiq ataiaj a 11X3)3 Jo lor 100
common to medium extra weitern; $5 505 50 for ship
ping brand! extra round Ohio, Canadian floor heavy:
aalei 600 bbli at B5 57 60j '
Kiel JfliOU ateady at $3 10 00. .
WHBAT reoelDta 14.576 bnih: rfnii .n r.w
till rale In raror of parabaMit; talei 35,000 baiheli at
tl37forolbat railroad depot; 1 38 for amber wen!
delivered; 1 3101 33 for winter fled western; $1 68
White Kentuckj . 1 46 for white Md.
niic iteady; aalei ef 1500 btuheltatttoo. -..
BARLBir-duIlat65709. UM'""C" .; ,
CORN reoeloti of 16G5 hn.h.i. j. a
moderate demand; aalei of S5,O0b bniheU at 6768c
old mixed weitern In itore and delivered; 69o for
new weitern yellow. : v . .
OATS dalland anflhinM.1.'., u r, v .
Canadian and BUto. "mmu
PORK-dull and heavy; aalas of 3.0OO bbli. at an for
men, and S 1313 S5 for nrlm.
BKEF quiet and iteady. ... !-: :',,.
OUT MVAT8 dall. 'ii '-'.. .
LARD heavy and declining- -I-
Stati T' ' 1S10c' ,or Ohio, and 13lPo. for
CBKE9E heavy at 4$9o. , , .....
WHISKiT heave and Iamw, mIm vno uki. ,nt
18o . .- '-7
M6isfriXin b',utl0l,i 187 Hw Orleans soM
MOLABBB8 heavy and dull; KS bbli N. 0. at 25
8I00K8 .better with nlvl.M.w,.i.u j
exchange without any new feaWrel )h Ac RI 37).: 0
BecQSSX; M k UUit; Pan 102 HarKiaw' rta
Jfan, 0 ScT 93', Gal k. Oh 67; 111 scrip 58 ii. Me
Hud 1 39X; K I 0 7i Oamb 4; fc R f bondi K:
Xr,i Mo 0 M 0 59; Trea.. Wt 101; TJ 8 6 81
OoupSfl; docorrer; tbe puklio Btate of nleofReg this
A,JM! 1 rUnr. 5000 baga offered and 700 bagi only
old aU9dHx. tha balancTwithdrawn.
FLOUR the better qualities an In good request ttlll,
and prices are well maintained as given yeatirti. The
sale, are mainly for account of an order and domestlo
.nYi?i A- rtof,,pJ,Dgl' oBnti at 91 M for red,
and 1 60 for white. Tha demand Is moderate, and buv
expect to obtain their supply at 2 to So below those
WMMntonmi!rt?f ? ewplei blank.
Nothing was reDortad to h.ku. j r,-. .
hMin!:M.d enduring the weight of
to!k the development ef the future.
JJXSZ iS&XZ' ooMumptloD
" ""'a- : . . , . - -k :
uaro ai ara last quoted S8o. v,.' ' r
BARLBY is nomlnallv atOSo. ."T I
RYE 60o. , , In order to maka kIm aoruMaatsiM
wncitHKjv.. , . ,, . . , .... ....
WEDNESDAY NOON, May 1.
FLOUR market iteadv at nnvioui rates with mariar.
ate sales for borne trade.
WUH AT market firm with bat lint reeeinti. . al.
rno ati uvuyi,ju.: wniie u tea roe. i . . J. v.,
COKN udohanged and quut at Wo.
O ATrraalee from store at Sic. ' il ''-writ ef ,
MESS PORK Steady at 10 00 for No. I, Inspected.
LARD-Quletat9aaua. . -. -. Jr w.
BCITEB auiet The rani for new W. K. ia laaiAn
acooraing ro quality ana style or putting up.
CHEKBB-iteady at 99o for W. B., moderate.
EG08--steady at 9iS9Ko.OT .mAR'.M'iSlC
H IOH WIN US quiet at He. , H J A V )
DKISDAPPLE8-mall sale at 3.' -, . . '
POIATOXB ihrDoenna SSo for iW nn.lll.
SALT fins held at a 1.43 hhl fnea iter., or at all
uciiTcnuuB cia. uoarae at i,eo iroaa atore, avtf fl,'
uuuuat.f iiw vairy lu poll ay,'?. J U'L'I i.
m " i
Philadelphia Market. [TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
Philadelphia Market. [TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] PHILADELPHIA, May 2.
V LOUR Ann at SS,03, Waur flrmt red at 11.6s
(gyi mi; wmie at i lman u, ruoaa wantad, , WaisKT
ini.ii(."",i , 1. . ..-,
Manypenny VScMIll Pl'Uffs,) ZV-' ' ,'
F.Bumnhrev at Ga-Defend la. J " reaoe.
iVN-r.THE rlftlk- DAT OP Ml IRf
W X. D. mi, aa order of Attachment, la. ftliaMM
named action waa, Issued by Joha . kliller, JusUce of
the Peace for Montgomery township,. VrankUav eoonty,
Ohio, for the sum ot 50; and on the 83d day fMareh,
Mail, Uie oaaae-wai artjoanw- for- hearing to the 16th
day 01 Bay, a. u. irvi, at iwareMe a. M.- 1 - t
MANVPKIjiNY Ji UILl.illt, P iainlllTl.
Oolumbut, O. -April 4, Vm pS w3w.
V it E' T ATE ItOVTSE,' TBI
3..orriin.a OALf-BKIN rOCEtT-IiOOB;eontaia-Ing
i( In money aad valuable paper. . !Vh fladei may
reiHiu in. KUUCJ4HS uwitov umi bom; and lllsnol
Cdntentk to Senator tasoa, at Us AaMrWiaa House.
apW7:42t JOii; BlOUIIt.
HAVING THIS DAT MOLD , ODU
8 took of Grooertee to Mr. 0. a. SB MI NO, wi oheer-
-- .-".imjau m ui nr oia pHronmna friend. (
mtmrvu mu, WA. ajpi-qfj, fl , . , j.
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS.
THiroitownro ohabtoes werk
iuii '!! ffl? of "' Bank. Jannarr 89th,
M " .riiTt rresiaeaa, ana TBOMie
wMuier, ranrnea ueir offlcee. David Taylor.
. A. Platt sp-
lSr t Bort Wrsotors,
fcbS, 1861-dtf. W. A. PI
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
Haw ARK OHIO, : 7 j
B,?l?J,.,,lc,1L,J " arlnela of Por
table and Ntationary Hieam Eu
Klae, Saw mule, unit iUilu,
LANK A BODLETStatmt B. t I. BLAND YBeateni
r rf. u. DUYAIL Beaten 111 COLUMBUS
MACBIXS CO. Beattnllll BR AD f OR D .
t 00. Btatmtlttl
Our Portable logins and Saw urn -
Wai awarded tie flrit premium of 150 at the Indtina
Btate fair for 1660 over Lane Bod ley 'i on account of 1
rriee, i Khtness. B mniicitv cnnnm nf fnol
, 6 ujudb, simplicity, economy Ot luel
uU Buponur uuaracter oi lumoer sawed.
Onr Stationary Enrlne
the flrit premium of $iiU0.
ir.F?JI?,iJtD.glSe awarded the flrit premium of
vall-a, Oolumbu. Machine Co' WriiS OV..
by a committee of practical Railroad Kntineer.. .
Wow price and tor addreii
Vl-ll LARTl Vllnn
-ecS-diwlyeoii. " W-SC7B-.
THE REVISED STATUTES
Jr AGENBRAL NATURE, IN FORCE ATJO
Hon. Joseph R. Swan,
WITH 2T0TZ3 OF TBS DECISIONS Of , TBS SU
(Contained in twenty-nine volumes of the Ohio and Ohio
AND BBPBRKM0B8 TO PRIOR LAWS,
Y LEANDER J.CKITCHirEL,D,ESq.
km A rCLL AND CONVfNrtMT INMX.
In Two Royal 8vo. Volumes. Price $10 00. !
No care or exMnie hai tnn nasni in h wn.w
oerfect and reliable In all retpecti.
It baa now the LegiilaUve unction, having been ap
proved by nearly. the nnanloom vote of both Houiei,
and waa ordered to ba di.ti-ihntni th. .ni.. a..,.
and County office:
Governor, Attorney General, Supreme Judges. Secre
tary, Comptroller, Treasurer and Auditor of state, and
to the Probate Courts, Ooarta of Common Pleu, guper
lor and Pollce Oourta, Auditors, and the Olerki of the
varioui Oourta in each county, to the Hemberaof the
Senate and Home of Bepnoentativei of Ihii State, and
Thli book, containing, u It doei, all of the Statutea
sow In foroe, and the authoritative construction of them
n Bowuonitunuon, wlll.be found to be eipecial
y oieful In the performance of their dutlet, to all
OODNTT 0PPI0KR8, -r . ,. ,
JO8TI0B8 Of THB PIAOB. ."'
TOWNSHIP TRUBTBE8, . .. ,
CLBRK8 Or TOWNSHIPS, and-. ,. ,
' . , ..cm- omoiRs. ; f 1
Iaaimnch ai vanr m.n. trh.nm. i .,
peal, alteration! and addition.. th m. ...
cliloni hare been given by the Supreme Court en con-
evi wvi pu 11 ia , mil v - .
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
.. BANKERS, MBR0HANT8 '' .
: AND BUSINESS ilKN flENRRAI.r.V.
Will Sod this aa lnvaluabls Work, ' 11
Tuio lloytt Bio. Volume of over Nineteen Bundrtdt
In Stioar taw Bindinir. Price Sin. 00. .
Publbhed by i -1 . ., ,
RO03K14T CULTnrtr.. a-, . 'anil-
UwPabllihen, Bookaellen; Stationer and Importer!,
. u.o m ' as wen Fourth itreet, :
fcbiad2m:ti ClnclnnaU. 0.
' Red, White and Bine
HIBBOIV3, ' '
1VEOK TIES. "
, Jui t opened by
: BAIN a SON, .
No. 89 South High itreet.
New and Atlractlve.
MOZAMBIQDIS, ; ,',.
:;, .; Taaviuno Pprum,'' .; ; !'. ;
Chini Poplins, !."''
' , 't .' ;; Poil'bb Cinwais,;'.';."'."5
FaancH Ciimms, 1
Fairrcff Muslins, ' ; '. ;
Chinisk Washihq Silks, '
E Lit ant Dacss Silks, . '
Heavy Basqui and Mantls Silks;
And all other new and fashionable material! most la
demand for handsome Drews and Mantillas, i:
' BAIll It SON,
apt29 , . , .' No. 89 Booth High itreet
T HATE SOLD to bib. hen hy wii-
JL BOM my BBU STORK. Whloh I. muni frma th.
eraser of High and Gay streets to the Southwest corner
oc uroaa ana mgn streets, Oolumbus, Ohio. ;
- vrita raanr uianaa to mv rormer natron, and cnitom-
ara, I respectfully request the oontlnuanoe of their fa-
von to my luooesior. 11KNKY at. NBId.
Uoiumbui, April 1, 1861.
TjaVltlO PUHCH1IGD THE DRVOl
AL STOBB of Mr. Hmrav M. NttL, I have opened
anew sn w oouiuwrn oorner or nroaa ana mgn atrieta,
uoiumon, uaia oemg iu out ana rettaOU ttamt for
1 bars a fresh and well Mleoted stock of Part JMt.
l, and iSjrw Qktmiealt, together with fainlt, Oil,
rarnunee, seo., niuany aept in inch an Mtabliihmetib.
TTT PacKBimosi carelullv and nromDtlv eomnonnd-
d. V ' I
Store open at all hoars of the day and night. '
I respectfully solicit the patronage of the publle.
UINRY WILSON. I
oolumbus. April 1, 1801 aprttdlm J
THE MFJTTJAE LIFE - r .',
ti S. Wunvos, President. Iiaae Aibitt, Secretary.
Net Vanh. Assets. Vesrnarr 1. 1861
B10BS3T VOXPJST IN TBS VN1TZD STATES I
HjA11 the Profits are divided among tbe InsnredrfJ
Applleattoma and Pamphleti can bt had by applying to
rRED'K J. FAY, Aht, o
CarpenUr'a BalUlng, 117, Boats Higk Street.
.apc.vaisi,.,,. .4 . , .
rrIIK SITBSCRIBERS. DEALING IN
JL a, atsvnUtu Article will furnish employment to
a few active men to act aa agents for their house. A
preference will be given to those who are well aequalna
d In the eTlitrlot for whloh they apply. -- '- t
For vhfcli lervtees they are. wllliag nay palary
4m lo:,$300;.iri;earfc tnl fcpmstai
. '. nMlMiwttsuliiw address , .
n ' 'WBi-VOMHOOn 4C0-als
.t?e el-'iS 1ilS,
' f from the NewKerkObierTer.l
' Ai all Barbie manatietarlng Sewlns IfMhlnei are ob
liged ia df Mr. HoweaUoenM on each machine sold,
and an a 10 eomnelled to make retumito him, nnder
oath, u to tne nnmoer warn, nie dooki give a correoi iuhs
ment. From rhla reliable soaroe we hare obtained the
following statlttiee. Of the machines aude In the year
1859, there were fold.
By Wheeler le Wilton..., 21,305
I. M. Dinger Co 10.S53 .
Graver It Baker 10.2UO
' Showing the ealea of Whtekr sc Wilson to be doUdU
tnoee or any omer uompany."
Awarded the hlgheet premlnme t the
. Doited Btatee fain of lU58,iai and 1860;
' . . alio at the
. 1 Ohio Bteta Iain of 1K9 and 180; .
1 1- and at nearly all the County Vain In the Btaie.
Oorerleei. at (he lata redaction, or at low at ami
ivcjc erica macnine now woia. mua m a uine nigner tnan
the interior two Mrtaa cjuw ittcA macMnti,
forced nnon the market.
The WHRBLEA m, WILROlf MACuINB makeithe
Lock btioh the onlyone wbiobcannot bemTeled.
Ii Auks on Both Sinnof the soodi. Uavioi no rVtot or
All maohlntt varanied 3 vtart. ana initrucHon
given in their nte, free or onarie. . ,
u. vuaui,Bi mgn it., uommraa, u ;
1 .... H.. V UV.,
dec3-3aw(13mlr.wCni Plke'i Opera Borne. Cincinnati.
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOft
Eheumatifm, Goat and Kearaljia,
- I .. AND A SUBE CUBB fOR ;
All Mercurial Diseases,
It is a oonyinlently arrannd Band, con tain In a med
icated compound, to be worn around the Waiit, without
Inlurvtotha moit delicate neraoni: no ehanie in habiu
011 v"1', required, ana u entirely remote! the dn
eMe from the lyitem, without producing the injurloui
effect! ariilng irom tbe uie of powerful Internal meili
Aaes, which weaken and destroy the constitution, and
give temporary reuer only, uy inn treatment, the med
icinal propertiei eontained in the Band come in contact
wun ike Dicoa anil reacn tne aiiesse, tnrousn tne pores
of the ikia, eff ecting In every instanoo a perfect cure,
and restoring Die parti aliiicted to a healthy condition.
This Band is also a mostpowcrful Akti SIuhcorul agent.
and will entirely relieve uie system from the vernwuntt
effects of Mercury. - Moderate cases are cured in a few
days, and we are constantly receiving testimonial! of its
euieacy in aggravated cases or long standing.
ttMM S'i.UO, to be had of Druggists generally, or can
be aentby mill or express, with full directions for use,
to any part of tne country, nu-eet from toe rrmcinal
Ho. 409 BROADWAY, Hew York. .
O; SMITH fe CO., Solo Proprietors. '
Ni 2). Descriptive Circular! Sent Free.
JO9 Agent Wanted Everywhere.
Kli2ft lyisorlstp d&w
STOOD THE TEST OF YEARS,
And grow more aud more popular
An testimonials, new, and almost without number,
might be given from ladles and gentlemen in all grade
society, WRoeennueu wsuuiouy none oouia resist,
that Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative will restore the bald
and gray, and preserve the hair of the youth to old sge,
' - Battle Creek, Vioh.i Deo. 21st, 1K6.
Punr. Wood: Thee wilt please accept a line to Inform
thee that the hair on my head all Cell off over twenty
yean ago, caused by a complicated chronic disease, at
tended with an eruption on the head. A continual
course of suffering through life having reduced me to a
state of dependence, 1 nave not been able to obtain stuff
for oaps. neither nave I been able to do them up, m con
sequence nf which my head hai suffered extremely from
cold. This induced me to pay Briggs er. Uodgrs almost
the last cent I had on earth for a two dollar bottle of thy
Hair Eestorativ. about the first of August last. I have
faithfully followed the directtooMnd the bald spot Is now
covered with hair thick and black, though short, it is
also coming in all over my head. Feeling confident
that another lares bottle would restore It entire!
and permanently, 1 reel soiious 10 perseverve in its uie,
and being destitute of means to purchase any more, I
would ask wee u tnee wouiust not be willing to sendm
an order on thine agent! for a bottle, and reeeive to thy
self (the scripture declaration 'the reward II ti) tnoee
that are kind to the widow and (he fatherless."
Thy friend, -. SUSANNAH KIBBT.; j
Lteooier, Noble County! Indiana, tab. Sth. 1839. i
'Prior. 0. J. Wood: Dear Sir: In the latter nart of
the year IK, while attending the State and National
Lew School of tbe Btate ot New York, my hair, from a
cause unknown to me, commenced falling off very rap
idlv. so that in the jhort space of six months, the whole
Oipper part cf my scalp wu almost entirely bereft of its
covering, ana muon or me remaining portion upon the
Ida and baca part of ,my need inertly arter became gray,
so that you will not be surprised when I tell you that up
on mv Return to the State of Indiana, mv more casual
acquaUiktnoei were not so mush at a loss to discover thi
cause of the change in my appearance, ai my more Inti
mate acquaintances were to reooguite me at all. 1
1 at once made application to us jaosl skillful nhvsi-
eiau in the country, but, reoeivlng no assurance from
them that my oat r would again be restored, I wss forced
to beoome reconciled to my rate, until.iortunately, in
the latter part of the year 1837, your Restorative wai re
commended to me hy a drugglit, aa being the most relia
ble Ualr Restorative in use. 1 tried oae bottle, and
found to my great satisfaction that it was producing the
desired effect. Since that time, I have used seven dolr
Ian worth of your Beatoratlve, and as a remit, have a
rich coat of very soft black, hair, which no money cat
Ai l mark of my gratitude for your labor and skill In
one production ot so wonderful an article, I have recom-
ended its use to many 01 my menus and aoouaintanres,
who, lam happy to Inform you, are ruing it with like
effect, Very respectfully, yours,
A. If LATTA, ;
' Attorney and Oeumellor at Law.
Depot. (14 Broadway, and told bv ill dealers thronirh-
The Restorative Is put up In bottles of thrtesii.ee. vis:
large, medium, and small; the small holds a pint, and
retail! for one dollar per bottle; the medium holds it
least twenty percent, more In proportion than the small,
and retails for two dollars a bottle; the largehoMsa
quirt, 40 per cent, more in proportion, and retail! for S3
O. J. WOOD fc CO., Proprietors, 444 Broadway, New
ffork, and 114 Market Street, Bt Louis, Mo.
And sold by BOBERTS A 8AUUKL, Oolumbus, Ohio,
and by all good Druggists and Fancy aoodi Dealers.
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS? ;
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
, DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
BELLINGHAM'S ; .
. ; CBLEBBATF.D
For tha Whisker, and Hair
The subscribers tike t leisure In announcing 0 the
Oltlieni ol the United States, that they have obtained the
Agency for, and are now enabled to offer to the American
public, the above justly oelebrated and world-renowned
STIMULATING ONGUENT j
is prepared by Da. 0. P. BELLINOHAM, in eminent
physician of London, anil is warranted to bring out a
unci set 01
Whiskers "or a llnstaclic "
In from three to tlx weeki. Thli article Is the only one
of the kind used by the French, ind In London and Paris
it U In universal use. - -
' It ia a beautiful, economical, soothing, yet itlmulatlag
Compound, acting as If by msgio upon the rooti, causing
aboautiful growth of luxuriant hair. If applied to the
clip, It will cure bammsm, anu cause to spring up in
place of the bald ipoti a fine growth of new hair. Ap
plied according to oirecuona, 11 will turn bid or towi
hair Baaa. and restore gray hair to Its original color,
leaving it loft, smooth, and flexible. Thi "OHarmrr" Is
an indispensable article In every gentleman's toilet, and
after one week's use they would not for my consideration
haw thanttu . . , .
The suhscribers are the only Agents for tha article In
the United States, to whom all ordera mult be addressed.
Price One Dollar a box for aale by all Drugglsti aad
Dealers! or a box of the "Onguent" (warranted to have
the desired entot) will be sent to any who desire It, by
mail (direct), aeourely packed, on receipt ef price and
postage, i.irv ppiy to or auuresa
- HO&AOH . BKaBUAN A CO., 1
, f-? .fj.,-1 -. ; ' wtooeiiTs, a.r . . ,
frbSOdkw'Sm' .' 1 ' 4 Wllllia Street. NeW-TorltJ
BTlaNI CHITTIUDM. , , . HINST T. OBITTtrtDSTN
S. H, T. CHITTENDEN, i
, ;.t ATTORNKYS AT lArf.. rji
! ITPOlBoes, 89 WlUlaai Street, New Tor City, lid
pAnsoin' BiMiniae, Oolumbas, Ohio.,,, , j.
JJ3o,riful altenthn paid to eolieotieihV ' ' .
artll8:4Sm - -
Dr. J. IL McLEAH'S
Strengthen Cordial, aad' Flood
" ' k c PTTitiPTErn
The Oreateet Henedrla Tfca lfrerlet,
CORDIAL ' - V
EVER TAREN. V bl
ttis arntmi. 1 '.if
X ly a scientific and
Erocuredby thi distil- - '
lion of Boots. Herbs
and Barks, fellow
Dock, Blood Boot
uusrry narsaand Din- j
euon enteri Into iti'
Refore Taiins"" acuve' nmediaiifter Tatlrr.
principle of t-jeh Ingredient Is thoroughly extracted 0
my new method of dliUllln.. unwind... . j.u., JL
hileratmg spirit, and the mewt INIALLISlI remedy for
renovating the diseased intern, and Mnim ih.
STRENGTH dbUltd IMrAU(l K HBALTH and
MCLEAN'S 8TBEIOTHENIN COH
WIU effeotaally sue . r i-,u
tlTlB COMPLAINT,' DYBPEPSIA, JATJNDlOl.
Chronic or Nenons TJeWlltr. Dlaeaaaaef the Kutn.1
and all disease, arising from a disordered Liver or Rtomj
aeh, Dysnepeia, Heartburn. Inward Files. Aoidlty er Biol.
ness of the Stomach, Fullness of Blood to tbe HeaJ. Dull
pain or swimming in the head. PalLjtatlon of the Heart
Fullness or Weight In the Stomach, Boor IruotaUoni
ObOkine or At ff Ar. tin. faalln. wh.n Mn. Anmm T, mnmwm
orTellownessof the Skin and Byeh Night Sweat, In
ward Fevers, Fain in the small of tbe back, eheit or side.
Sudden Flushes of Heat, Depression of Spirits, Frightful
Dreams. Lanirnor. DaannnHAnn. a. an. HMmu '
Sorei or Blotches on the Skin, and Fiver lad Agi (of
Ohllli and Fever.) - ; v . - , x , A
Over a nilllca of Uttlea
Hive been told durlni the but six montlia and I. aWa-,.
stance has it failed in giving entire satisfaction. Wl.,
then, will suffer from Weakness or Debility when li,
LEAN'S STRENGTHENING CORDIAL will euro youi
No language can convoy an adequate Idea of the imme
diate and almost miraculous change produced by taking
this Cordial in Uie diseased, debilitated and shattered
nervous system, whether broken down bv sxoms. weak be
nature, or Impaired by sickness, the relaxed and unstrung
orgaoiaation il reitored to iti pristine health and vigor.
Or others conscious of inaMlltv. from whatever mdu
will find McLeans Strengthening Cordial a thorough
regenerator of the system; and all whe may have Injured
themselves by improper indulgences, will find In the Cor
dial a certain and speedy remedy.
To tbe Ladles.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
Ii 1 lovflreitrn And sthMcIv mm fnr
Olistructed or Difficult Menstruation, luoontlnenoe of
Urine or Involuntary Discharge thereof. Falling of U
Womb, Giddiness, Faiutlug and all Diseases VvdEe
Ftmaln, v , u ... oiuA.
Tiers Is noKistake About It.
Suffer no longer. Take it aocordlne to Direction.. ..It
111 stimulate, strengthen and invigorate you and causa
the bloom of health to mount your cheek again.
a very bottle 11 warranted to give ntlsiaction.
. run cniLDUEN." .aldttT
It your children ire licklv. Dnnv.nr aflllcteil. Hrl-an',
Oordial will make them healthy, fat and robust.. Deli
m moment, try it, and you will be conyincssL.1
T IS DELICIOUS TO TAKK
OatiTiow. Beware of Druggists or DiauuV who ma
y to imlm anon vou lomeBitterorSiriamrllratradi.
which they ean buy cheap, by sarins It Is Juat ae coo.
Avoid such men. Ask for McLean's Strengthening Oot-
ial, and take nothing else It is the only remedy thai
will purify the blood thoroughly and at the same time
strengthen the system. ' , pjr,.
One tabieepoonful taken every morning fulmf, vi a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chilli and Fever; Yellow
Fever, or any prevalent diseases.. It is nut un In lana .
kettles. :.' 4
Price only SI per bottle, or 6 bottles for S3.
J. H. UcLIAN,
v. Sole Proprietor of this Oordial,
Also McLean s Volcanic Oil Liniment
Prlccltal Dennt on th. AArner of Third and Pin. lira.,.
St. Louia. Mo.. - . - tfr
McLean's Voloanlo Oil Iinimeatf
The beit Liniment In the World. The only safe and
certain euro for Oaneeri. Piles. Swelllnn and Bron
chitis, or Goitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weakness of the
musciet, unronie or xnuammatory nheumaUam, BtuT
neas of the joints, contracted Muscles or Ligaments
Earache or Toothache, Bruise, Sprains, Wound, Srseh
Outs, Ulcers, Fever Sores, Caked Breasts SoreNipVlei,
Burns, Scalds, BoreThoat, er anv InttammatWn or Fain.
no difference how severe, or ho long the dhwaiemay
nave exuted. WcLean a Celebrated Liniment la a ear
tain remedy. o-i
Thoasandi of human bemrs havt been lived a life ef
decrepitude and misery by the use of this invsdaabtlttsd-
McLEAN'S v VOLCANIC OIL
WIU relieve pain almost InstantanSonsly! ani' It'wil
oleanse, purify and heal the foulest lores to la ineseai
'lyshorttime. - . A, ,, ,..UJa!lt.,Jlt
rr Horses and etker Aalanalvi
McLean celebrated T.fntmrat I. tha nnr at J
liable remedy for the on re of Snaviiv Bin. Bona, winrf.
galls, Splints, Unnatural Bumps, Nodes or Bwellingi. II
will never fail to cure Big Head, Pell Frit, Fietukt, Old
running Sores or Sweeny, h' properly applied. . For
Spraiui, Braises, Scratches, gorea or Wounds. Onckad
eels, Chafes, Baddit or Collar Galls It le an lnfallMS.
remedy. Apply it as directed, and a core is eulete Jo
Then trifle no tourer with the many worth lees Lfril-
menti offered to you. Obtain a lUDnlv of Dr. McLaaa'e
eelebrated Liniment. It will sure yea. - m ...i..
J. II. mcEE AN Sole Proprietor,
Corner of Third and Pine Ssreets,et..bxeiswkie.
For aale by all druggists. - ,
rorsaieoy - ilijuauis BaJIDEL, t
Coitus buSj Obhi.
Aa tzperleneed Nurse an) Fimale Physician, .presents
to the attention ot mothers, her 3T-J
FOR CHILDREN TP.RTHIWfS:
which greatly facilitates the nreeesa ef teething, iy Soft
ening the gums, reducing all inflammation wil I allay
ALL PAIN and spurn odic action, and It
StJHE TO ItEGUE ATE THE StOWtttn.
Depend npon it, mothers, It will give rest to yourselves
RELIKP AND HEALTH TO YOTTB IX? AJll.
We have put up and sold this article for over ten yean,
andOAN SAY, IN OONFIDINCB AND TBfJXBof it,
what we have never been able to uy of any other medl
cine NEVER HAS IT FAILED. IN A 81M0LX LNeT.
ANCH, TO KFFBOT A CUBB, wbea timely wd. Nev
er did we know an ins tan oe of d lata tis faction by any one
who used it. On tlie contrary, all are delighted with 111
operation!, and speak in terms of commendation of Its
magical eflects ind medical virtues. -We apeak In thli
matter 'WHAT WI DO KNOW;" after ten yean' expe
rience. AND PLEDGH OUR R It PUT AT ION FOB THI
FDLILLUBNT OF WHAT WB HBR1 DBCLARJS.' in
ilmoat every Instance where thelnraat lesnfferiBgtiem
pain and exhauition, relief will be found in flUeen or
twenty minutes after theSyrup li administered.'.
This valuable preparation li the prescription ef one of
the meet KXtCRIKNOKD and SKILLFCb NimtaS la
New England, and hai been need with RBVBB VAlL
THOUSANDS OP CASES.-
It not only relieve! the chill from pain, bat Invlgor
atet the stomach and bowels, eorrecB acidity, and givei
tone and energy to the whole system II will elOMSUa
stautly relieve . .
6BJP.RS Cf THE BOWXLS, ASD WINOUC
anil overcome oohvuiiions, which, If not Sieedlry reme
iled, end In death. We believe R the BBST and Stilt
BUT BKMBDY IN TUB WORLD, In ill eaaee ofDYS
BNTEUY and DIARRIKBA IN CBILDBBUVwrAfte
it irises from teething, or from any other eaaee. W
would say to every mother who hu a ehiM rarferht from
anyof the foregoing complaints DO" NOT Ldtf ; YOUR
PUBJUDICKB NOB TUB PRIJDDIOESOF V7UgRa
stand between you and your suffering child, an the re
lief that will be SURE yet, ABBOLUTBLB BCBI1 to
follow the use ot this medicine, if timely nsed-t lull di
rections for using will accompany each enlUe, None
genuine unless Uie facsimile of OUBTIB Ss FtsBKINS,
New York, is on the outside wrapper. .,! tusit
soia ny ail Druggista throughout the world-:. H
Principal Ollice, 13 Cedar Street N..
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS TElt , BOTTLE.
00t27dkwly. . ' ' I ti;.-
WM, K1MABE & CO..
AT TIIKIK NEW SAI.ES-
i V BOOM, NO. VSALTIUOJtUMZ.A
NOB. 1, S, i aud 7 ST. lUTAw JIIM
; ( l
Offer for sale their celebrttr '
GOLDEN MEDALi !
, 1 . GRAND . . ,
Being highly recommended by the Brit ProfessorSaad
Mnstral Amateurs of tin country, and
- INSTRUMENT '''?'TfjrxrI
WARRANTED FOB' 'TTa
The moit fsitidloos customer may rely upon bolog
pieaseu in every reejejv. t j yr. . 1
ermsnoerai. vh. ukabibuu.
SB LT7.BB Ss WXBSTBK. Apa, t ft - jr
vl6W;lydw. ,,1,, .OoluaiLoa, Ohio.
' ni" r i. " (' I i nil ,. -, I 1.1
ttfor rrg.1-l PltT,a.f ii, 1
PURE URANDMKg. W INKS. COitfl 4 1. a, AND BIT
Tvai from -'Bondwl Wvhm J i-iimtK
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