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'.Slit- (Ohio Statesman
FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1861.
r-T : Tbe Adams Express Company places us daily
under obligations to it for the very latent papers
' (torn the eastern cities.
The American.. Eipress Company nas
thunkafor its dailf tarors tn ine snape oi
very latent eastern papers.
n "' XT D..u.u-. Tko fYOlnBT.
, , formation ';""7'"'-'"
Ing Companies form the Fouterenth, Fifteenth
' and Sixteenth Regiments:
Lucas, Company A Capt. Kingsbury
B " Blessing.
C " Sprague.
E " Crawford.
F " Snooks. '
K " Fisher,
' 'Muskingum, Company A -Capt. Muse.
' Richland, '
' Van Wert,
, , Shelby, ,
""Coshocton, Company A Capt. Irvine.
, Clark, .'
Special Ordir. We are requested to say
that every effort will be used by Col. Kino and
bis staff to have the following order strictly en
CAMP JACKSON, May 2, 1861.
Special Oadea. Mo. 'J.
Captains aod other company officers Is called
to the fact that damage bas been done
to mo - property 01 citizens aojacent oi
the Camp, by intruding upon private I
grounds and trampliog upon grass and grain,
and by carrying away wood aud portions of I
lenoes, to ouua camp nres; ana mat tnese rep 1
rebensible aud unustiBable acta have been com-
mitted mostly by squads and companies that
nave been permuted to pass tue cnain 01 aeon-
neis upon tne west sme ot me camp, lor me
imrpuot ui uriuiug. .
., Captains or their officers, in charge of suads,
drilling west of the chalnjof sentinels, will not
pvrum vuuir meu iu pa mo itaoncuco iUr
any purpose whatever, and they will be held I
responsible, if violations of the character men
tioned lu this order, of good conduct and pro
priety, shall agiin occur.
By order of Col. King.
THEO. JONES, Adj't.
O0f tbe seven companies of volunteers rais
ed iu this city, two, the' Fencibles and Vedettes,
are encamped at Lancaster, Pa.; and three, the
Governor's Guards Nob
1 9 and iha Mnnt. I
O-uards.are at Camp Uennlson,
two, tbe Steuben Guards and I
Capt. Walcutt's Company, are still at Camp
Jackson. , '
O Capt. Dood's Company of 103 men, from
Butler county, left Camp Jackson yesterday
for the Camp at Hamilton, Butler county.
1 ii .
QT Tbe Eighth Regiment, fromiCamplTaytor.
Cleveland, arrived at Camp Jackson last even
ing, and left at four o'elock tbis morning for
Camp Denoison, near Loveland.
ITT fh... nn- in P.mn Jtann ahnnl
fifty companies, averaging one hundred men
each. Six thousand eoldlers can be comfortably
quartered at the Camp.
ID" The Grand Encampment, I. O. O. F-,
meets at Springfield on Tuesday next, the 7th
lost '- ' ' "
Removal John- H. Smith has removed his
I nat Store from the Odeon Building, to the old
i . . , , , . . T x nf
stand formerly occupied by J.N. Whitnev as a
Book Store, No. 'J'J South High street. Mr. I
oiiiTH o as just receiveu a cooice lot oi new i
i styles of Flats and Caps. We recommend to
citizens and strangers, desiring any article In
' his line, (o give Mr. Smith a call.
Scsoiula. This it one of the worst humors
that beset our race. It does not confine itself to
One member of a family, but the husband trans-
bits It to his wife, and again It appears in their
Dffjpring, and is handed down from generation to
generation assurely as the old family plate or the
willed legacy. Butallthht havoo can be -avoided
if these so .filleted will but be advised. "Kenne-
j , u i! i tv ii t. a i .u .
fly's Medloal Discovery" bas, during tbe psst
welve years, cured many stubborn cases of this
lisease, and all we ask of our readers Is to nse
I themselves when it is needed, and recom-
tend it to their friends Id all oases of humor.
Asms for the State. 'Quarter-Master
ieneral Wood, on his recent visit to New York,
(chased, for the nse of the State of Ohio,
fJOO Enfield rifles; 1,000 Sharp's carbines,
w pattern; 2,000 Sharp's rifles with sword
ayonets; 500 range rifles with sword bayonets,
bd 75 dragoon sabres. An order has been
ent to Europe for one hundred thousand dol
trs worth of Enfield rifles, whloh are daily
kpected to arrive. - Ten thousand osp lock
gasket have been received from tbe U. S.
orernment, and deposited In the State Arsenal
' at this City. -
j n'-ZiU 1 ' . ' '
BTDoctor Leland's Antl-Rbenmatio Band.is
he only known remedy for Rheumatism, Gout
Ind INeuralgia, and the pernlolous effects of
Mercary; and It Is with the greatest satisfaction,
as to its merits, that we call the attention of our
readers to the advertisement in another column
Of out paper of the Anti-Rhenmatio Band.
OrricERS or the Twelfth Regiment. The
Twelfth Regiment eleoted its officers yesterdsy.
They are Colo nel-r John W. Lowe; Lieutenant
Colonel-JACOB AMMER; Major—C. R. WHITE.
BT The State Board of Agrioulture have de-
termined to have a State Fair next September,
war or no war. v. , ,
Rail Road Time Table.
trms Miami It OsLOMBiisa XtwiA B. B,
' Leayea. " Antvaa
w.w a. IU , 9 y;U B U
" Xxpreie 11:50 A. M.. li:o: a. m
Mill Aoeommodatlnn 1:30 P. M. ' ,g:SS P. u
Might Jlxpreat Via DaytoD.12:00mldaiiht, S:20A. M
i . wmmXf Agent.
Colomioi fc CLireLAMB B. B. . ,
nliht Ixpran ......3:40 A. SI. , 11:45 p. M
new xork sxpreei .n:iA.m. . li:iv A. M
stall ana Accommvaitloa.. i:W P. M. 9:10 P. U
..' 'J. vambs Patterson, Agent.
- No. I Bxpreis.4.. 'S.-30 A. H. 11:38 A. V.
Mo. S ...do. -Usui A. M- 11:45 P. M
e. V tt. S;ltt P. M. ,. - x4M M
tt ., .W. J. lux, Agent..
Virrsaeasa Ooldmbob It CnnrsaATi B. B.
Mall Train... ...., 3 30 A. M. . II 3fl A. M
Bxprsj Iralq....,...,,, 11:18 A. M. 11:45 P. H
' " u " ir " i-,:.-f i Jo. BoBimox, Agent
OoU'mbcS At IirausoroLn, B. B. " '"' ' '
OatvMsvs Pioa Imbuma B. B. '
Ho. I Xxprtts I M A. M. 1:50 F, It
.", :W P. M. S:45 P. M
AecvianioaaUoii .......... io.MA-M
REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.
Boston, May 3.Ry oermlielon ef the Beo
ui tae i reasnry, ut : steamer uermora, oi
Boston and Baltimore line, will sail to-morrow
with a full m.C,. Q.l.l. U 0.hM
J.. r..u iS"",,. ' 7T1..,? . T " -J:
-u woau niivuriui,,, J J ... 5 i
Montseal, May 3.-Tbere Is nothing further
siai . -. ..p un.
i -"""j m w.-.i .i ruur wm
Niw Yo, May 3. The steamer Chesapeake
,Urto thi, evenlnV, If the Ma ne Regiment
rfTfii d,rect fof ne Ile8.,ment
Louisville, May 2 The steamer Union,
cently In the Wabash river trade, renalrin
new Aioanv, was ournea this morn ncr. r.mu
kr ah . ... . a
uubuuwu- uuge J.uuu. ic is
engineer perished in the flames.
H Washington, May 2. The IPflternhiirtr K.
Iprei; to-day, says it is positively true that a
Kentucky regiment of 400 men are en, route for
The Government hna AaiAnninaA in
large number of troom t Patrhnr '
The Chrlatnn c,..i .'..? i.-
JiV-i .Ls.?".oflTaeB.da;' 8aZ
dent Davis will take enmm.nrt h '
vwi iiviu kuo uiuML rniisin m lrnii tnic pms
General-in-Chief, nf th v.,. ....iV- JX v;".'
Washington. Mat 3.P
tlnn KaIIaouI k . tr-1.1 . . .
I vi 1 reuauie, it is ascertained
tbat Virginia herself, does not meditate an at-
tack on WasblDeton: that anhlnnt holm fnr ihj
consideration of the Confederate States, r.
u,r iiirowiog troops into Virginia Is said to
In anticipation of a declaration of war by
Via sasi1 rna.n.AM la. . i.a . . 'I
vw",rB, 11 ib eipeotea tnat a large
gatberiog In Washington Is ultimately intended
wipvade the South.
Washington, May 2. The Diplomatic Corps
have been furnished with copies of President
Lincoln's two blockading proclamations, and
manifest no unfriendliness, but show a disposi -
tion to resneet It. .
The blockading force under Commodore
uiimsuam wm eomprise nity war vessels, ao -
companled by a land force twenty thousand w
strong, enough to make an efficient blockade off
Southern inlet. I
': : ; ' ' ,r t. ;
Wasbiwottw, May 2. Oa application lust
(made by some of the diplomatic corps at the
Aepartment.me lollowing points were as -
First, vessels in blockaded norts. whan th
blockade took effect, will be allowed a reason.
time 10 uepart.
secona, vessels bringing emigrants, though
had no notice of the blockade at the time I
tneir aepariure, will not be allowed to enter
oiocsaaea ports. 'I bat class of personsjeome
uuiwu aiaica caieny to settle in tbe up-
States of the Mississippi river, and it will
better fof tbem.to enter an open port than to
in.uuUrer usogera ana casualties Incident I
the Insurrection. I
a aispatcn from Raleigh says tbe Legislature
yesterday. The Assembly speedily ors-an. I
A bill calling Convention was passed I
uuuuiiuuuDij , iiv Kouiuie on me auto, 'a bere I
roioronce or 11s action to tbe people,
Tk a.,lk... n . rr ,WI
Tk. Q....l.. n .. i . H"C".
1 uo auuiuerD ijoaimeranr Hair 1 . n. ....
The Govflmni. ha n..ni..j . . . I
1 ?.?.. !erJ?r ? organized a camp of .In-1
government is now constrnntine' a i. a....
aui UUTJl 11
,l ni.i. . . . :..o". ''
cannot be allowed to remaln'.ithin V. i!" u!
Maryland and on the borders of Virginia,
without seriously endangering the liberties ot
inuiiv ui kuose oiaies. ; I . ' I .
Ifthey be oonquered and overmn. ma .in h.
the next prev to the Invadnra. Pnii.
as well as sympathy, and a feeling of
brotherhood engendered by a oommon interest,
requires is to exert oar enraiM in ih. jr....
MaL3!I,anKd and YXiaiK K"" battle fole
- uw -uauio luugana oenait ot Worth
Carolina, and therefore our troona ihnnM h.
vmu wile ( ,.,,(
. . . . .
" J ine lOllOWlDg IB
tDsiraci oi me report of the cnmmittAo nn
Federal Relations, to the AsHemhl. nn h.
a communication from the Mayor of Bal-
timore, relative to toe early restoration ef
reuwav communication between Halt nrnn rM
points: -,. . , . ....
ine committee considered the IntArmntinn i
travel in aggravated evil, but If facilities for in
vasion were offered to fanatical and excited mul
titudes from the North, who Dnbllnlwth PA a tart
destruotlon.it could be hardly consistent with
Pf?",'? -a tS68? ot inter-
course with Northern States. They cannot hp
efficiently re-established without i euwSnteM
some quarter for the safety and peace of
Tbe report anlmadvorta on tha MnMi nf .V, .
Federal Government, in stationing troops at An
napolis, snd seizing the road to Washington;
considers such a course as being treated as
conquered province; and it is, therefore, the
of the Legislature to ascertain the position
the General Government Is determined
occupy towards this State.
VLr t.i i s , . a .a -
regolutlon : "
Retolvtd, That commissioners be appointed to
with President Lincoln, with regard to
present and any proposed military use and
SalL' .tb? the, Genwal G?-
and a,so t0 nd report whether
arrangements are practicable for the main-
taeance oi me peace and boner of Maryland. v
A nnlfi1 iaaai kAtk O A J a V
Adopted by both Senate and House.
Annamlis, May 1, 4 P. M. The steamship
bas arrived with the New York Fire
Zouaves on board. A great demonstration was
on their lauding. The Zouaves were
greatly disappointed at not being permitted to
vnuiiiivi c. i us same reports an qutet in
bay, and gun-boats cruizing up and down
1 be Kbode Island artillery has not yet land.
They are under orders for lmnn-tnt
below Waehlneton. ,
The 69th Reel ment from N Vnrk la .t..
all along the road to Washington, lb
squads within hailing distance from each other.
A captain of the 69th arrested espy the night
before last at Annapolis, just from Monteom-
wi.u luipurvaut paper, . ne is a brother of
uranavau.ot Uolly, N. J., who was'killed by
Cuban some time ago. He will probably be
hang.'.-, - .-. it .. . . . v
A son of an Influential family Is under arrest
a spy. He opened dispatches delivered , to
at Washington. . . ,3;
The correspondent of the Baltimore Suit has
fearing arrest.' The populace were desir
ous of lynching him. ! t t v.: -b -
learn at the 8tate Honsa th.t th T.D(al
of Maryland will doubtless order a State
uyemion, wnioo wi probably be held on
U. .... ... .. , I - t..l. ... -
It IS Mid tbe Union- feelWIa rlalt a1nrr,
gronna. une week of seoession rule has dis-
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gusteamany oi its lormer advocates. 1 '
Hartford, Conn., May 2. The Governor'
message to the Legislature speaks in high terms
Col. Sam'l Colt's services, and bis tender of
breech-loading revolving rifles to arm a Regl-
luvut vi iv vumpanies.
CHlOAOO.May 2-The locomotive of the train
irom loieao, on tbe Alioblgaa Southern road
evening, exploded the boiler, nine miles
from here, killing the fireman and a section
loreman, named Anderson, and ; Injuring the
m- 8.-A bill was report-
''j'nta Committee of Publio Safety, with
Csi.' d'oo( tbe State, but subject to,
any convention caiu k .v . ... L: .!
hav.nn... "w u PP'i "nan
Board. "-"'" an; ot h members of tbe
Moi.mAL, Maj 2.It JaMp?tba-tt.
steamep Uoitei States, from OiZoV.fX
trsal, is ashore off farther Foiut. T
.Boston, Ma78.-.MaJof Dodd's Battalion left
tVfe. ?l.pInbr, Hlssoppo
theCanitnl isin-m r..ViT P 0 f, ",Er I
UnC.' ' 9 T'rtUally 0Ut of ton
I Jonugon.of Kentucky, and Col. Prentiss, which
ot allow Confederate troops to cross her soil
once to tbis matter, and submitting the follow
be ing resolutions:
n r a ww. ....
vmiM otes, but we are not willing to
w any r7enue to tue present usurped govern
everv ment at Richmond; which, without tho connent
A',' oa, may a 1 ne rverws WasbiDg
thS 'J11 di,Pa.,on "aT9 the blocko of the
Louis. Mm 3. The Cairo correspondent
tha Journal writes as follows : We
able to ascertain tbe main points of a
venation hntween General Runtnnr. 8nnat
I consists of additional guarantees on the part
uhiiu ueuirai poaiuoo, ana mat soe would
aMMiMWiU m A vt us pvotwiUU BUU kUSiD BUV WUllliJ
I Invaria an Northarn Rtata.nn iinUnin
I e '5 "J P"" uiwaeu iur
icuriuo. xu return, anerequirea Kuaraniees on
I tQe Pr' ' tDe authorities of this State Ibat her
, - - -
the river at this point, claiming that tbe Juris
diction of Kentuckv extended to the Illinois
,nore' Nothing but munitions ol war under tbe
Pre8ent " be Interfered with
A Penoaoola correspondent of tl
AUveru$er. nnder date of the Satb. save severs)
?arbe"B 8d have been removed Irom Pickens,
?or .wh .purpose Is unknown. Also, that new
Datteries have been erected outside of the fort.
A Montgomery correspondent of tbe same
paper says tnat mucb anxiety exists relative
me present conniat in tne noraer states, cuno-
being; hurried into the field. Tho Cabinet rin.
elded to oall out 14 resiments in addition to tho
32.000 alreadv obtained. Miirethan rlnnhla
-ti J u' 0D'8lneat More man aouble tbe
number nave tendered their services. I
D,x 01 ,ne ew 'egiments are to be taken fron
the Southern States, not members of the Con
Six of the new regiments are to be taken from
w,r.' iue , Montgomery government will
Pe,a,e wlt0 every boutbern State, and Turn-
iah men, money and munitions to aid them to
resist any toroe brought against them.
t ..'.. .. . . . . .
"a iuercaanta or tnis city, to taa-e into consid-
eration what action should be taken in regard
Stata linsnaii. mat this P. M. Th.Mmn;..
made a report setting forth the law in refer-
eoio, i nat as we cimm to be as we ever
have been, true and loval pit iron. r t), St.,.
Virclnia. obedient to her !.. nH .11 h..
mands which have been made or B.,b. .7JS
P00 na' ln 0C0rd8n0 therewith, we at tbe
'im tlme nold 0UMelvM t0 be loyal citizens
the U1"1 States, and will maintain our allegi-
nM , ln.e ,ame as we nT hitherto.
Reiolved. That we are willinc tn nav on,
IvT't taxef,B cinC8 with the laws of
.v . . 6 0 remain one
the people of Virginia, and in violation of
Htate constitution, bas assumed to absolve
from our allegiance to the United States
Government, and transfer it to tho Confederate
Reiolved, That we recommend to the mer-
ohants of Wheeling: and Ohio countv. to with.
,he Pjment of taxes on their business for
The resolutions were unanimously' adopted,
after wnicn we Chairman announced' that the
commissioner of Kevenue, to forward tbis pa
f'otio undertaking, had resigned bis office;
consequently, no assessments could be made.
Tnree cheers were given for the Commissioner,
resolutions adopted to reimburse him and
resent a ntting testimonial approbatory of his
Tn8 meeting was very large, and broke up
three cheers for the Union now and for-
Td Mtlon of the meeting created great
"ulleB,ea'i BBa 18 approvea on an sides.
it ir r m. ... ... ..
,r8'u, wm ue euecteu ou w eaneeaay,
a fleet between Canes Charlw anri Hn,.
XT u r TT1 1 . . .
u uiuucrH ui uuiiifi III S4ii iiHVB arri unn nonlnn
uriyea out ui Tireinia.
Niw Orleans, May 2 Col. Van Doren, with
Texans, captured 450 Federal troops under
Major Sibley, who were at Iudiitnola , and at
tempted to escape on two sailing vessels. CjI
Doren pursued tbem in small steamers, and
shortly after their route seawardly was cut off
ujaaiesmer irom ualveston witb lUmen and
pieces of artillery. Sibley surrendered. Tbe
oincers are on parole, the arms turned over,
unraio uroDenv exeentea. and th man aiinj
ruu uw ariuy or ine uumeaerata
atates, or take oatb not to serve against it.
Annapolis. Mar 3 The carrlnnn nf Fn,t
Monroe numbers one thousand Massachusetts
ana tnree oundred regulars.
Five thousand Virginians were on the op
posite side. '
be Virginians are erecticc a buttery at the
entrance of Hampton Roads.
From information received from the Private
Secretary of Gov. Hicks; we learn that Mary
land will probably not call a Convn ntinn . Th
Secessionists dare not use tho power suddenly
acquired. They say all is lost, and the State
been sold by the Governor. A requisition
in time be made" for Federal voluntA.ro.
order for the same was drawn un. when tha
outbreak occurred in Baltimore.
WashinotON. Mav 2 The srineinal nflWr.
tbe Military Depot at Washington are, Col.
mansneia, uommanaing; major Barnard, Chief
Engineer: Mai. Backer, Chief of Quarter Master
Lieut. Beckwith, Chief ot Subsistence
Dept.; and Surveyor Lamb, Medical Inspec
tor. Col. Ellsworth's Fire Zouaves arrived to-day.
were enthusiastically cheered.
Tbe 69th still guards the Railroad from An
napolis and the Junotion.
New York. Mav 2. Thesteamshln Aririattn
Galway via St. John, will be up at ten
is reliably stated from Annanolia Jnnotlnn
the 69th Regiment caught a man attempt
ing to draw spikes from the rails, and shot blm
obedience to orders. They alio arreatil tarn
Trenton, N. J., May 2 A bill has been r.
in the Legislature appropriating one mil
lion for the defence of the country, and to sup
port' the military. A bill was'passed authorizing
Newark to borrow $100,000, and Trenton $10;
000, to aid the families of volunteers.
Columbus Retail Market.
FRIDAY, May 3, 1861.
H. EcMtleuX. Wholetalfl snd rrtn arnrr. Nn Hi
1 OOiS O. Sngar ...0!(7e
t bn 3322& Maple do I I lie
DB f Molaeeee l.iral 4lX.10a
S 1518c Syrup y gal 6li75e
..... KKc Tea a EUn..?5ii tail mi
I, 9IUc Veddo Tea SI 00
Peache S 7.V3 00
Mo Coffee f k..l2k(li)e
lllce a He
Fotatoos on SSs)3Uc
In sack ...!5j'iV
u.wvus T ....... WW I . .'
Hay f Ion tt ST VU
Soan fnni a a Kltta
owt. fS OI)
Kloury hbl sowaOi'S
White Wheat do Sok 00
Hye Plonr bhl... S4 00
Shoulders S g, lOKol
Oandlet, Opal, bjx.. - - Ida
9 cord as 8S
Mackerel No. lhf bbl S9W
Mackerel No lqr bbl 5
Applet 9 bn ,(jjil as
mackerel no 1 kits. . an 73
Hominy per boih - S 1 00
WWiky per. gall. Kk$l UO
Fish per h'fbbl 4 73
White Fish per qr bbl' 3 So
Fish a...... 7c
Layers " ....3 00
Herring 9 Bbl SB 001 SulUn 9 ft ISWc
ileal bu....3S40o Flga e s, UWiai5
9 dos OSSolPrunes f g, rVSWK
Dried Beef... WXclTuruius HKoik'n
WHOLESALE MARKET. WEEKLY REVIEW.
FLODSaalssat Is 75(115 00 fnrnvl.an.1 lO'. ,Ki
forwhito.. , , . ; . 7 . T
WanaT sales dull at DOS 95c.
Cobm sales dull at Sic. . ... h . .
OaTi ealee at 1820o.'
Rvasmall sales at 4550. '
Olovbs Sun sales at 434 2S. -
Tihotht Barn sales at t'Ja)S , . . , ,
Hay sales dull at 78.
FoTAToas sales at V5c.
MrAs sales at 6S l-Sc(B75o."
I LOUR the market retains Its imnnnl'.U
prioes are generally quoted higher than lu our Ism.
oeumnu runs mamiy on tne High grades. Superttae
ak be quoted at 14 00 lo i 7J. aatra at mi fa L .!
a.Miia ei i& . si ui . . . . .
. ym., viuora IOC supplying raga-
Mhnaflmnkl Imi1.. -
WUJBATls scarce, and In better demand. Red of
hlUtoS at II 10 lo ! U4; Prune
CORN was In large receipts to-day, bat ths ortae la
maintained at the old figure. W! .
OATS we still quote at Us tn bulk, with a good trad
from store at W to Wo. , ' "
?X Tdo11 an saerely nominal, at 47a5e.
aZ?L vr.i9'. 5.UoTd to I?' . bat
v wHAvt a tut wsun.viiii wm,, ally 1.
Cleveland Market. THURSDAY May 2.
I board is ) at mm.
FLOUR Nothing of loportane doing. Market on'
wheat more active, who saies or car rea
I corn Bel of 1000 train, from stale at 37o.
I OATS Quiet et2fflS5o.
FORK holders ar asking 17 50. A sale of i
I ywtarday Is reported at $17.
I HAMH-aaie of a half ton country cured at Xo
CHEESE i. of is p.. prim. at tin 800 lb. at
H0Q9 steady with tales at Oo for good and 8K o fo lots
not in prime order.
I track at 00; learud andwhlteat II 09 and All,-
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, May 3.
8 000 O"11!' at tl3KlSl In etore for winter red
W9lWm. tittmi 30 fb, red itate; i 70 for white Ken
wnoie im! ai lau&ni m rn..hiHo..irn.ai sa
FLOUIt reoeloti of 10,950 bbli: market dull and
heavy for oommon, and nrm andvancloi for food cradea
:""!!'. 01 i.wwooiset sawaijror inpernoe iute;
lt-m- as sarsm sn tn. .mmnn to mainnmi
SS(a5 US forihlpplog brands extra Hoand Hoop
n, uananian uour quiet ana iKaay, taiei aw Don
WHEAT rarelnta of 70.043 bniheli. market dnll and
hrary, grades and rerj Arm for choice quallUet; ealee of
d iob.- "
niiu qmet ana nncnaneea at 000.
BARLEY dnll at 55$70o.
CORN receeiDte of 3.120 buihelf market a hade!nrm
er ana luppijr limited, ealee or lo.imu duid at WHO fo.
01a mued weatern deuveiea, 07 l-iicveso for new
OATH dnll at 33 1-SO350 for wetiein Oaiull.n an
POKK firmer, aalee 200 bbll et 17 89 SO for mm. anA
9i j ou ij ai ror prime.
o k k f uncnangea .
UUT hkatd beavy.
LARD dull and beaTjr; ftlei 300bbla at 939Jfo.
BUTTER .lOelOc. for Ohio, and 12,J11H(.. a.(.
OHKKHtiteady at,to9o. "
WHIBH.V heavv: ealee U0 bbla atl7WA1R.
BT00K8 blither bat sot very active: uona nnntln.
uee Dlenr on Irit alaai aMurllv: 41S1R n., ia.i An .n.
Sterllcf exrhanire very dull at 1(MM)05 for bankere
5P!J b b i Bead 23 111 eoriptoov h 0 tt:
58; O 8 ' hi eoupont 67 do preferred Be! U as
LATHKOP, LlMMTOiN & CO.
23 &25 FABE PLACE,
20 & 22 UUBBAT STB EST,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Foreign and Domestic
FOR CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT.
We are opening, at our amnio wareroomi. at the above
numbera, stocks pf Goods In each of the six department
our Doainen. superior to anyimng we bare heretofore
exhibited to the trade. - . ...
ThlS has arOWn tn ita nwunl maimltii nn.U Ih
thorough mansKement of a bnver of lonr eznarianea anil
acknowledged good taste. We keep extentlre Unet of
nneat ana enoioest
.j ,' . AND - ' ;
be found In the market, all selected with the nloeat
discrimination. Also, all grades, colors and varieties of '
SATINETS :le ; (
FARMERS' and MERCHANTS' 0A88IMIRIB,
KENTUCKY JEANS, from OJf to 13 oenU per yard
TWEEDB, 124 to 15 cents per jard-lsst year sold a
... ! IB to SO; -
' PRINTED SATINETS, at II cents; '
And other Good eorraptndiiiflf Loic.
Uanchester De Laines,
Paciflo do. '
And (he Neu Select Style of
FANCY SPRING GOODS.
Herrlmao Print, Richmond's Prints,
Oocheco do. American do.
Paciflo - do. Dunnella do.
Bprague's do. English do.
Manchester, Jtc. Prints, ao.
Lawrence O. Sheetings, . Allaulio A. Sheetings,
Btarli do. " Amoskeag do.
Lathrop do. Applaton do.
Shawmut . do. Everett do.
Pooauet do. . Uttca, ao., do.
All Oradei and Width.
SHIRTINGS AND SHEETINGS.
Great Falls, , , Naumkeaff,
New Tork Mills, ao., ac.
SIUWLS AND MANTILLAS,
A LARGE AND 8ILIOT ASSORTMINT.
COTTON ADEB a great variety.-
TlOKlNaS all the leading brands. .
DENIMS do. do.
8UIRTINO STRIPES-all tbe leading brands.
NANKEENS do. do.
COItSKT JEANS do. do. .
MOREENS do. do.
DAMASKS, PAPER CAMBRICS, COLORED CAM-
BRIOB, ac, ao.
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCKS OF
WHITE GOODS, ,
- H0SIIBY, ' '
... i: YAIESX hotiow, .;
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS," 7
OAHPETS AND OIL.CLOTIIS,
a great variety of Soodi not nnmsfst1 alt
we pledge oaraelvei to mU at the locMt mark
prices the larger por lion at from 10 to 30 per eenl. leee
LATHROfJ LUDINGTON & CO.,
'aw ww ml B S
- Wholesale aad Retail Dealer In
OrPlPTI ' tV.
V c ' aSDSBSTSaAMDS
Smoking & Chewing Tobacco. 1
Alto,' the bsst quality of unrrt'B ooastaatly
ICpCountry Merchants ar Invited to call before par
chasing eisewnera.! , y ., ...
. , NO. 4 EAST THIRD BTREET, '
rttti Main and Sycamore,; '
' TREASURY DEPARTMENT OF OHIO.r ''
1 z, ;ooinw, Apm , wm. ;
' fSavinos Sank of Clnolnxtatl.
A l.li PERSONS IIOSjDIIVO TSIR nil
oulatiag Notes of the Bayinn Bank at llirwinn.ti
will present the same at this office for redemption, when
may win nv paiu m ,uii. , . n ,
aprsaim 1 i a. r.BTUHB.Traaanwof Stat.
IS HEKKBY GIVEN THAT tTlLI.
pay til outstanding orders on tha County v.n
from order No. 551 to 8-flOO, Inclusive. Uani fJL
meemoer, icuv, so aprw, isou. Also, mat I i nay all
M.4.I..AI.. lunU .1.1. 1 . . "" l"V
March 15, 1801:ltd3tw - , Tiwasurer Franklin Co,
, . "M ..... .
A T TIIB-4STATK norSE. THIS
Ing 5 in money and -valuable papere. ' Tbe finder may
uw.i.v. u.. wvom ana Damoos ol
contents so aenaur asbob, at in Anertoaa Hnass.
Uerchiits and Agents Wanted,
mo SElfjOi7H VAH1ETT JEWEIiR
a. a-.HTeiapej in every town la tbe Union. Urge
profits realised tbaa oa any other branch of Merehanduw.
For particulars, ami stamp to Bus, Obesnat street,
VA&NAM ft 00.
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS.
TIIBFOLLUWINO Clf ANUfcM WERE
vU ln sHoori ef this Bank, January Uth.
'. ' TK- A. uiT,P,e,ident. d 7oilas
"-nr, raiigm -neir oruccf. UAVID Tatlok.
in.. Wfta 1 1. an al... ...I 1 , ... . ..
pointed Caehler. , , .
Jt ,;S,'.r.0,. ,ht Bo,nI w Directors.
febS, ItWl-dtf. W. A. PL
HATING THIS DAT SOLD arm
Sloekof aroeerlea to O. t.nitiiVh Jr.u "MX.
reeoamesd Hub to ear old pitrone end frimdir' '
-""-v "mt JODl-spi.aif
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
m"miiJtrn ot all kind of Por
Savble) anrt Mtatlnnarr Steam Ed-
LANS BODLSY Btatml B. of . BLAND TBtattnl
r. a. uvyALL Btatmlll
Ou Portabls Begins aad law Mill
Was awarded the first premium of a-Ji .i ,k. t-ji.
BUt. fair for ItCO oyer Una a Bodley's on account of
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
a superior cnaracter of lumber sawed.
Am. wa.. .
thearalnim rr..""'-"",u':a ralr
yall's. Oolnmhna aihK flJ..
L SWttnnt1la Ta.. n. . .
WILLAKD WARNER, Treasurer,
THE REVISED STATUTES
STATE OTP OHIO
w auBHBBAt NATURE, IN FORCE AU0. 1, 1880.
Hon. Joieph R. Swan.
WITS NOTES Or TBS DECJSIONS Of TBS BU-
(Contained In twenty-nine volumes of the Ohio and Ohio
AND REFERENCES TO PRIOR LAWS.
AND A FULL AND O0NTIN1INT INDEX.
la Two Rojat 8vo. Volumes. Piles $10 00.
It has now the Legislative sanction, haying been an.
proved by nearly the nnanlmo.s vote of both H?u2T
Governor. Attorney General, Supreme Judges. Secre
S7h,.pSK'!1AW,.Tre;urer ,nd bolter of BUterand
ana Police Courts. Andl on. and k. m..w. TI.
Su.nilli'rS nBtlr' Menbenjof the
m, J. L .. "" oiawaoi we ualoa.
oowZiZz: ..TnlDtVM.,t do.allof theSUtntes
i.Z:2zZ-" ;noniaiive oonaijpflixi. mm
lifIfr "J""'"""on, uiVe found to be especial-
pvnonBanoe or ueir dutlee. to all
wvuni l lr F1UKK o,
JUBTIOK8 OP THE PEACE.
CLERKS OP TOWNSHIPS, and
CITY OFFICERS. ",aa
Inasmuch as vera mm. i 1 ... ..
Statute, since the Dn11T:J7K"..e "
22SlifIliS.".! T, Pree Court on con-
...... w,. .iuis, sail
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
AND BUSINESS SUN flENKRii t w
Sod this an Invaluable Work.
ivoxoyrt 8w.; ToJvmee of over Xiiutem Bmdrti
In Strong Law Blhdlnir. Prina ato m.
PablUhed by : -
ROBERT CLARKrc. Ar m
LawPubllsherB. Booksellers; Stationers and Importers.
mo nest rourtn street.
Red, While and Bine
M IB BOM 8
Jast opined by
BAIN A SON,
No.SSSoalh High street.
New and Attractive.
MoZAMSIOjOtS, ,' .
Poil sa Chxtsis,
Cuinesc Washino Silks.
Elioant Dsess Siles,
HiAvr Bac tDi and Mantle Silks;
And si I other new and fashionable material most In
demand for handsome Dresses and Mantillas.
BAIN ft SON,
P,S9 No. 99 South High street.
HAVE HOLD TO A1H. HEN It Y Wll
SON my DRUO STORE, whb-h I. j , .v..
orner of fllgh and Qw streets to tha nniK.i
Broad and High streets, Oolumbus, Ohio.
With many thanks to my former patrons and custom
ers, I respectfully request the continuance of th.ir f..
to my successor. HENRY M NEIL
Oolumbus, April 1, 1861. .
TTAVIftO PCHCHASED THE DKFJG
J.A. aiuna or nr. imav H. ibl i k...
anew on tho Bouthwest corner nf BmH ii.-h ..
Oolnmbue, Ohlo-oefnj tho old and rtliabU ttand tor
Aai AtlSlBASI rVtaSSawawM.. a,.u.
I bftTV ft frnh Mxtd well MlMtsirl Pa xr.Ai.
r"' F Ckm4caU tofcether with rainU, OU$
IL r AaatCaalPTlOM MralUllV aVTld tlrnmntlw MmnAH.i
a- r" vi'vi"i
Stars open at all hoars of ths dof and o.
l respectfully solicit tbe patronage of the nubile.
.,'-. . . . NRYW1LS0K.
THE IM17TS7A1, A.1FE
OJT NEW YORK. ;
, B. Wikstos, President. Isaac Abbatt, SecreUry.
Rot Cstaki Aaaets, reorasiry l, isett
MIOnXST COMPANY IS TBS CNJTXB STATSSI
1DA11 lbs FroOts are divided aaxng tbe ImuredTI
AppUoaOeos ana Pamphlets can be had by applying to
, rKEU'K J. . FAY, Aonrr, .. .
CarpsmUf'i, BaUdlaf , 117 loath HIga Itreet
wyt v aim .v
THE 8CBSCKIBEM8, DEALINO IM
A st Hsapio Articles will furnish smploymsnt la
ed la the district for which they apply, ,. ,
mira w at. mm aawui lor inetr nouaa. A
or wtimn services tnsy r willing to pay a salary
.600 to $800 par year, aal Izpsasss
for further particulars address
W. B. afORIHOtrsi ft 00.
tsmlS, IXBbaog rises,
AaSO-dta. . Jrey.Cliy,. J.
'' from the New Vork Observer. 1
is all DSrtleS inannfai-tnrin nvln U-hln. tninh.
Used lo uy Mr. Howe a license anaanh mKhmidl.
and are a so compelled to make returns to Mm, under
oath, at to tho number sold, his books give a correot state
ment. From this reliable source we have obtained the
ioi lowing siatisuae. ui luemacnlnes auule ln the year
Lctti), there were sold,
By Wheeler a Wilton 51.3115
, " I. at. Singer a Co 10.US3
" Otover a liaker 10,2eO
Showlui the ttt of Whrelpra Wllmn tn ha JmA.
thoee of any other Company."
Awarded the highest premiums at the
united Btates pairs or 1H5H, lhj9 and 100;
alto at the
Ohio State Fairs of IP.'.O and lHSOj
and at nearly all the County Fairs ln the State.
Our prices, at the late reduction, art at lma nm
lock tlieh machine now sold, and hut a trifle higher than
the Interior (too thrtad chain tUc machinit, now
forotd uiran the market.
The WUIELKit a WILHON MAOHTNB m.b.. ih.
Lock Stick the only one whlchcaimot be raveled. It
la Alibi oa Both Sinn, of tha mwdi. leavlnr tin rM,m rm
chainonlht wider tidt.
All mavMntt warranted S vttirt. and InttrnfUmt
given In their use, free of chtrie.
U. CUARy.SI II, jh St., Ooiumbns, O.
WM. SUMNER a CO.,
deca-3swrt3mawrini Pike's Opera Iloase. Cincinnati.
13 THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Bheomatism, Goat and Neuralgia,
AND A BUR! CURE FOR
All Mercurial Diseases.
It is a conveniently arransed Band, eontalninva m.il.
Icated compound, to be worn around the Waist, withmit
Injury to the most delicate persons; no change in habits
living Is required, and It entirely removes tha ilii
ease from tbe system, without producing the injurious
effects arising from the use of powerful internal mailt
cines, which weaken and destroy the constitution, and
ive temporary relief only. Uy this treatment, tbe med
clnal properties contained lU'lheband come In contact
with the blood and reach the disease, throuuh thenom
the skin, efleotlnir in entry instance a perfect cure,
restoring the parts afflicted to a healthy condition.
This Btnd is also a mostpowerful AMTt-Muoiiai.L amnt.
will entirely relieve the system from the ptrnicioiu
effects of Mercury. Moderate cases are cuird In a few
days, and we are constantly receiving testimonials of its
erboacy In agnravaUM cases of long standing.
Pa as t'l.W, to be had ofDruenltta eenemll. nr .n
sent by mail or express, with full directions for ate,
any part of the country, direct from the Principal
Ho. 409 BB0ADWAY, Ksw York,
O. SMITH St CO., Sole Proprietors.
N. 8. Descriptive Circular Bent Free.
TO" Agents Wanted Everywhere.
mb28 lylsortstp.dAw -
STOOD THE TEST OF YEARS,
grows more and more popular
every day I
testlmoplals, new, and almost without number,
be given from ladies and gentlemen Id all grsde
society, whose united testimony none could resist,
Prof, Wood's Hair Restorative will restore the bald
gray. d preserve the hair of the youth to old age,
all 111 youthful beauty.
Battle Creek, Mich., Deo. Slat. 1K8.
Paor. Woon: Thee wilt please accept a line to Inform
that the hair on my head all fell off over twenty
ago, caused by a complicated chronlo dtsesse, at
tended with an eruption on the head. A continual
course of suffering through life having reduced me to a
of dependence, I have not been able toobiain stuff
caps, neimer nave i oeeu aoie in uo inem up, in con
sequence of which my besd has suffered eitrrniely from
This Indaced me tonay Brim A Hnrirm 4
iwt ecu, t uau uu cariu i.ir a iwo uonar Dottle or thy
Hestoratlve. about tbe first of Aurust l.t. r h.v
faithfully followed the directions,and the bald spot is now
coverwi wun nair wick ana Dieca. irioouh shart. it I.
coming In all over my bead. Feeling confident
permanently, 1 feel anxious to persercrve in its use,
being destitute of means to purchsse any more, I
ask thee if thee wouldst not be williog to send me
order on thine agents for a bottle, and receive to thy
self iths scripture declaration "the reward la to those
auoiuer tarn Dome would restore it milni.
are aiuu vo uie wiuow auu ine latherlras."
Thy friend, cUsANNAll KIRBY.
Llgnnler, Noble County, Indiana, Feb. 5lh, 1S59.
Paor. O. J. Woon: Itar Sir: In tha ltir i
year IKtt, while attending the Slate and National
School of the Bute ot New York, mv hair, f mm
unknown to me, commenced falling off very rap
Idly, so that In the short space of six months, the whole
nart of my scalp was almost entirely h.rt r,t n.
covering, and much of the remaining portion upon the
and baoa part of my head shortly after became gray,
that you will not be surprised when I tell you that up
on my return to the State of Indiana, my more casual
acquaintances were not so much at a loss to discover the
of the change In my appearance, as my more inti
mate acquaintances were to recognise me at all.
at once made application to the moot skillful physi
cians In the country, but, receiving no assurance from
inai my uur wouia aga-n ne restored, I wss forced
become reconciled to my fate, until, fortunately. In
latter part of the year 1857, your Restorative was re
commended to me by a druggist, ss being the most relia
ble Hair Restorative in use. I tried one bottle, and
to my great satisfaction that It was producing the
uc.ircu mm. piuw tua. iiue, i nave need seven dol
worth of your Restorative, and as a result, hurt
coat of very soft black hair, which no money can
As a mark of my gratitude for your labor and skill In
production of so wonderful an article, I have recom
mended Its uss to many of my friends ami ini.n.
I am happy to Inform you, are nsing It with like
Very respectfully, yours.
A. M. I. ATT A,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Depot, 444 Broadway, and sold by all doalen, ihmnh.
The Restorative Is put up In bottles of three iliea. en
medium, and small; the small holds a pint, and
for one dollar per bottle; the medium holds at
twenty per cent, more In proportion than the small,
retails for two dollars a bottle; the large holds a
40 percent, more ln proportion, and retails for S3
i. WOOD ft CO.. Pronrtetora. 444 Rrn.,l.r K.
and 114 Market Street, St Louis, Mo.
And sold by ROBERTS ft 8AMTJKL. Ooiumbns. flMn.
by all good Druggitts and Fancy Goods Dealers.
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
I . . ' ' ' '
For tha Whiskers and Hair
The subscriber take nleasnr In annonncln otha
Oltisens ol the United State, that they have obtained the
Agency for, and ar now enabled to offer to the American
public the abov Justly eelebrattd and world-ienowned
prepared by Da. 0. P. BELLINOITAM. an eminent
physician of London, and Is warranted to bring oat a
thick set or , ,
c Whiskers era Mustache
from three to tlx weeks. This article Is ths only on
the kind need by Ib French, and in London and Paris
Is In universal use.
It I a beautiful, economical, soothing, yet stimulating
compound, acting as If by magic upon the roots, causing
Boeauiiiui growin oi luxuriant nair. ir applied lo the
ecalp, It will cure asLOHsns, and cans to spring up la
plao of the bald spot a fin growth of new hilr. Ap
nea according to directions, u will turn itta or Towt
air base, and restore i-ray hair to Us orlulnal color.
leaving It soft, smooth, and flexible. Tha "Onsmrr" la
Indtspsnsabl article In every gentleman's toilet, and
after one week's use they would not for any consideration
The subscribers ar the only Agent for ths article tn
United State, to whoa all orders must be addressed.
Price On Dollar a box for aal by all Druggists and
Delers or box of the "Onguenl" (warranted t have
aeeirea eaeou win sent to any who desire It. hy
mall (direct), securely Backed, on raorlut af urtoe and
(, i,n, appiy to or auuroas
; .... . HORACE L. BBSEMAM ft CO.,
amnawtsra, Aw., .
' 4 Willises Street, New-York.
STERNE CRITTENDEN. . . . BSNSY T. CHITTENDEN
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
inrOfflc, 39 William Street, New Tork City, and
PAasoaV BonJHSB, Oolumbu, Ohio,
JXTOirtfot attention paid to Collections.
Dr. J.H. McLEAN'S
. -quvijiuq vviuiui UU U UIVVU
Tlie Greatest Uamedfltt Tlie Urld.
IT Id STHICT
ly a soientlne and
Lrocand by the dlstll
itlon of Boots. Ilerbs
and Barks, Yellow
Does, Blood Boot,
Baru Barilla. S7 I I A
unerry nark and Dan- j
delion enters Into Its'
Mm Tailuju activ.' remedui After Ming; -
principle of each Ingredient Is UioromM ainu.iA ha
my new method of distilling, producing!, a delielrua, -hiierating
spirit, and the most INPALLIIlLS remedy for
renoyating (he diseased system, and restoring (ha sick,
I"1" ""d debllllated INVALID to UK ALT II and
Will afTectually onra
LITER 0011PLAINT. DYSPEPSIA. JAITNfrTaa
.hMDicorK,rTOU,DoUI1r Dhwajesof Uie Kidney, I
ana all diseases arlslnr from a dl.nntra.i uiZ...
uronic or nervous Debility, Dbeaaosef the Kidney, I
all diseases arising from a disordered Llyer or Htoori
'. JrJlW' ""thorn, Inward Piles, Aoidity or Slrt
i or the Stomach, Fullness of Blood to the HeaJ. Doll
pain or swimming
Fullness or W,iX
n in trie nead, Falp.tatlon of the Heart
ight tn the Stomach. Sour Hrartatlnn.
n ,, . , - "wbwhwcu, war anicraiion
Ubokiny or iufftin. ,.n. i . r.
or Yellowness of Uie Skin and Byea. Might Sweats In
JJ.n0;?; 1lD. '.? nuU of ildr.
OttOden VluhM ns llaaait Il....U- as..is.-. a... I
Dreams. iZTV " ?""'.. "BU
,. Sr . r ' J Kerroua viseano
Chills and Fever.) 1
Overa million of tlottlcs
sLT." Fl,??? at ,Mt ,,x moI,ln, " m " In
IhtJm ta firln,(ent,r satlsfscllo.. Who.
ar- i. """""'"""nn uvnviAu will cms yo7
,n..f rB,u,m' e" eoay o a.lequale Idea of Uie Imnw
ihl , ! "a'p'ostmlraouluuB change produced by taking
""i m uie uieeasea, drbilltalcd and shattered
nervous system, whether broken down by excess, weak by
nature, or Impaired hy sickness, the relaxed and unstrana
organlsaUon is restored to Its pristine health and vigor.
ertllh?,Cl0U,.oJ '""'"Fi ' whaterer cause,
re.?.V?!1" """""S Cordials thorougu
regenerator of the system; and ail who may have Inlured
ttemselvee by Improper Indulgences, will And In U SS?
dial a certain and speedy remedy.
To tbe Ladle.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
Is a sovereign and speedy cure for
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontinence of
Wn.K0n. .n.70lUD(f7 D,i:hrtn "Ing of Uie
Womb, Oiddlness, Faintlug and ail Diseases lodJns I
Tiers is no KisUks About it
n!"?r "? laaK"' Tllke K Aoco'dlng to Directions. It
k.Ti . u ".T"""" ,nu ""Sorau yoa and causa
bloom of health to mount your cheek again.
Every bottle Is warranted to give satisfaction.
If your children are sickly, puny, or afflicted, McLean'
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robust. Dels
a moment, try It, and you will be convloced.
IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE
CaOTioa.-Beware of Druggist or Dealers who
p?" r7 wmeBr or Barsaparilla trash,
which they can buy cheap, hyeayini it Is Just ss good.
, and take nothing else- It Is tbe only remedy that
purify the Hood thoronrhl .n. ih. - '
strengthen the system. ' '
One tables poonful taken every morning fasting, Is a
oertain preventive of Cholera. Chills and fever. Yellow
Fever, or any nrevalent dlnv.. i i. ,
bottles. r" "r '-
Price only tl per bottle, or 8 bottles for 5.
Bole Proprietor of this Cordial.
j . Also Mcl.esjfs volcanic Oil Liniment,
principal Deint on the corner of Tblrd and Pins street',
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
Ths best Liniment In the World. The only safe ar.d
!S!n cuJ,.f0' P""' Swellings and Bron
chitis, or floltre. Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weakness of the
Muscles, Cnronitf or Inflammatory RbeumaUsm, Stiff
ness of the Joints, contracted Muscles or Ligament
Earache or Toothache, Bruises, Sprains. Wounds, Fresh
Outs, TJtcers, Fever Sores. Caked Breasts Sore Nipple,
", bvii, uui, or any snuamuauon or rain,
nodirreninos how severe, or bo. long the disease may
have sxisted. McLean a Celebrated Liniment ia a cer
Thonsauda of human belnra Im taea, save a Itfe a
dpituae and misery by the use of this invaloaUe med-
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
relieve nain almnat . ,.
"!!M.",'.,,"," "a h' the fouleet sores In an lacred
ror Horses and Oilier Anlmali,
tfcLemn I Mlrhntirl T.i n is now. f la, Ik. m .
remedy for the cure of Spavin, Ring Bone, Wind
Splints, Unnatural Bumps. Nodes or Swelling. II
running Bores or Sweeny. If properly applied? For
Snram, Bruises, Scratchc. Sores ir W..un is, Cr'id
im5.0bl,,8dl" "Co""" Sails It U an InflniVS
remedy. Apply It aa dlm-M nn . i.
Then trifle no lonrer with tha n,n. .,ikb , ,.,
offered to von. Dhiin . . r. u., ,-
eelebrated Liniment. It will cur you. '
J . II, . m c I. E A N , Sole Proprietor,
Corner of Third and Pine Street, St. Louia, Mb
For sale by ail dragglsts.
f.0', ROBERTS ft SAMUEL,
sugau-dftwly Oolumbus, 6al
inexperienced Nurse and Female Physician, present
to the attention of mother, her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHlNn
which greatly facilitates
tlie gums, reducing all Inflammation will allay
i'AIN and spasmodic action, and Is
NUKE TO ItEGI LATE THE BOwLXI,
Depend upon It, mothers, It will give rest to yourselves
BELIEF AKD HEALTH TO TOUB TJirAsTll.
We have put up and eolrl this article for over ten year,
CAN SAY, IN CONFIDENCE AND TltCTlif of IU
what we have never been able to say of any other medl
elne NEVER HAS IT FAILED, IN A SINGLE INbT.
ANCB, TO EFFECT A CURE, when tlmly aart. Key!
did we know an instance of dissatisfaction by any on '
ased IU On the contrary, all are delighted with It '
operations, and speak in term of commendation of lu
magical edects and medical virtues. W speak Id thta
matter "WHAT WE DO KNOW;" after ten yW exW-
rleno.AND PLEDGE OUR REPUTATION FOR Till '
FUL1LLMENT OF WHAT WE HERB DECLARE. Ia
almost every instance where the infant is suffering from
and exhaustion, relief will be found In flfteea or
twenty minutes after Uiebyrup I administered.
This valuable preparation Is the prescription ef en ef , .
most EXPERIENCED and 8klLFCL NURSES to
Snows.'!? B,cd "lUl l,JSV" '" '
THOONANDil OF CASES... ' ' V f
Itnotonly rellevee tb child from pain, but Invlgoi ''
lbs stomach and bowels, oorrects acidity, and givai
and energy to the whole system. It will almost la - .
stanlly relieve , S
OBlFlVa IIT THS EOWKLS, ABTD WIND COIiO
overcome convulsions, which, tf not speedily rem
died, end in death. We believe It the BEST and Bim
J T, UBl,.r,V (tf Utah n . IT
' 1. 1. . n . . Ann Triiir. in all nsscs UfDr
ENTBRY and DIARRlltRA IN OUILDREM, whatbl
arises from teething, or from any other eana. Wa
PREJUDICES NOR THE PREJUDICES nV.mYioa'l
iit ui aim iisiraraiiisT cninniatnraiui rti I a is s a m r,-v.,n
mr or,:. "r tu.n' sn"a and th ,
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follow the nse of thUmedicine, If timely used. Full di
rections for using will accompany each bottle. Non
genuine unless Uie fac simile of CURTIS ft FERKlMA.
New York, Is on the outside wrapper. T '
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Principal Of rice, 13 Cedar VtraetM.V.
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLED
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AT TIIFIIC NEW MAI.Eia-,-W-R0OM.N0,
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; ,i ! ' Offer for aal their eelebrated
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Being highly recommended by tha first riofsssuinul
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