, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 4. IB"'
TI,.. iiLtnd V.vnrAnB CamD&DT plOCeS US UftllT
l 11 v iiuuuiu - - , nlinnM
Irom the eastern cities.
The American Expr.es Company has our
thanks for its dally favors In the shape of the
very latent eastern papers.
' Camp Jackson. There aro now in Camp
fifty-five companies, contniulng an aggregate
of about five thousand men
The daily morning reports show from forty
to fifty unfit for duty, on account of illaess
VAatilrllaCT mAftimfr'd .Anufa aknv.il that flvA
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1 .1 1 . J . . 1 . a 1 J , . . , .1
. nou urocrtcu, buu mat lour naa Deen uieuuargou,
within the proceding twenty-four hours.
Two Regiments have been mustered into the
United States service, and are ready to receive
marching orders. It is probable that all the!
troops at this point intoodca for the united
States sorvioe will be ordered to CampDennt-
son, near iioveiaod, anu mat tneatato troops
will beretalned hero.
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The duties of physician, and surgeon to the
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.roups nt ,ub jawp uuvuive ui pruaum maim;
upon Dr-BALL, of Ztnesville, who has been
detailed for that scrvioe.
Col. Kmo and hi. staff are gradually bringing
rder out of confusion at the Camp, and reducing
things to regular system and discipline.
tl- i, , .i... l.. ...
tlouS of tho Camp muddy and disagreeable.
Yet low sites could have been selected that
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i wouiu nave oeeu oener in vnat respect, in wis
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.arm an.i urj weaicer u Buuiiiier, u w.u o uue
of the mewt eligible loettions for a Camp in the
"Lo! the conquering Hero leaves!"
1 The immortal J. N. Frsi, the intellectual
conqueror of the world, tho greatest orator,
philosopher and satirist that ever lived, Is now
sojourning in our city. The fame and name of
III Mil la .1.1 U nm
rt'i r. T , T. i 1
fully realize that bo has never bad a superior
muug iuo puuuaupucra uuu aues ui bubicu. i
days, the calmness that ho ever manifests I
would causo no one to think him, by casual
, , ,. , r.L i
look, the youthful heroic "martyr" of the nine-
teenth century. His philosophy is that "man
should be judged by merit alone, Irrespective of I
wealth or nosition in society . Bold. fWI.i
and original, he would rather die than re
nounce any philosophical view he may en
tertain. "Gray-bearded" error must now
fall before his withering sarcasm, systems which
"have stood the teat of ages must now whirl in
the mielstrom of destruction. Truth must tri
umph ud error f .il . The "roll" must now be
called among the editorial fraternity throughout
.U ..v., .... UOWu,FUou "
answer to lis name. Realizing the great jeal-l
ousy that exists against him, in regard to his I
Wtrir..! m nf onntrnllinir mind .tkia-lll I
, , . I
ana lor wnicn ne ns suomitiea to an imprison-
ment of sixteen months, be leaves this city this I
afternoon, Intending in a few days to Incarcerate I
himself as a willing "martyr" in the Green-
ville jail for tho space of one month or for life.
Go ic, "J. N." A bright Immortality await
you. You do all for tho sake of Truth, and
nothing for Self.
TBI VOLUNTEERS' MAN UAL, No. 1,: Compiled from
Hanke'e T actio, with Important notes and a Military
uiiMMryt uj r. , UKTiimeToi,, unniMit or vteai
Point, aud late den. 8J B. 7lh D. O. 41., aulited hy
. Bioxtr BtiRBAUK ana i.toui. r. T. bwaiim, u.
8. A., with the Manual of Bharp'a rifle and carbine,
and Coll'i reolver, Capt. K. W. Johmoh, U.
This !iatlmely publication, just issued and
highly recommended by military gentlemen of
high standing In our State. It Is for sale by
Rinoill & Aston, of this city. The price is
only 35 cents, for which it will be sent by mall
to any address, postage paid.
O-Tbe extraordinary drain, made noon the
State Treasury by the present General Assem-
bly will have the effect of testing tho theory of I
the old Scotch member of an earlv (tension of I
the Virginia legislature. The old man never
mado but one speech, and that was on a tax
bill. He said: "Mr. Speaker Tux hiavilt
AND COLLECT RIOIPLT, FOR IT IS THC ONLT WAY
TO MAKK A rtOPLC MEEK ANO LOWLY OV HEART."
Oar legislature has adopted a system of taxing
that will test tho old man's theory.
. Postponement. F. W. Marseille, President
of the State Firemen's Association, has given
notice that the Firemen's State Parade and
Tournament, appointed to be held at Toledo in
June next, has been, iu consequence of the dls-
traeted condition of the country, indefinitely I
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Appointment or Soroeons. J. A. Robinson,
M.D., of Wayne county, has beon appointed
Surgeon of the Sixteenth Regiment, and II. II.
Sayes, M. D., of Springfield, Surgeon's mate.
II. M. McCabe, M, D., of Canton, has been
appointed Surgebn of the Fourth Regiment, and
J. Y.Cantwell, M. D,of Mansfield, Sur
OrriCER or t Sixteenth Regiment. The
election of offioers in the Sixteenth Regiment,
yesterday, resulted in the unanimous choice of
James Irvine, for Colonel, John S. Fulton
for Lieutenant Colonel, and George W. Bailey
Arms ano Ammunition in the State Arsenal.
There are now In the State Arsenal in this
oity, 23,000 cap lock U. S. : miuketsj 1,000
Sharp's carbines; 1,000 Enfield rifles, and 1,
000,000 rounds fixed ammunition.
Removal. John II. Smith has removed his
Hat Store from the Odeon Building, to the old
stand formerly occupied by J.N. Whitney as a
Book Store. No. 99 South High street. Mr.
Smith has just received a choice lot of new
styles of Hats aud Caps, We recommend I
citizens and strangers, desiring any article in
hia line,' to' give Mr. Smith a call.. '. ' 1.
Rail Road Time Table.
fc OoLDIiaDaat XlXIi '
Cincinnati Aeeoraitaodatlon. .1 00 A. M. 9:0S P. M
" Kxpreia ...11MI A. M. 11:113 A. M
Mall Aceommodetlo..fi.; 1:30 P. M. 9:55 P. M,
Night JSiprem via Payttra.lfeoO midnight. 3:20 A. M
. . " ' V ,"0 w DoHiaTT, Agent
OoumstiS As OuyELAKB E. E. "
Kl-ht Bxprete ..3:40 A.M. 1V45P. M
New TorkKxpraii 11:10 A.M. 11:10 A.M.
Mail and Accommodation. . fl.vu p.m. I): 10 P, M
No. llmreis H: M., ' 11:38 A. M
No. 9 .do lltlS A. M. J ll:4S P. M.
No. J do 3:10 P. U. 4:09 A. M
. W. J. Well, Agent.
TrrrnnaaB, Oolcmboi c OiacnntAit B.B.'
Malt Ttn .'. 3.30 A. M. Ift3fl A. M.
ExDreaa Train.... ...11:18 A. M. 11:45 P. M.
J. RnniNflON. Ayent.
OoLimioa Jc ISBiANoraLM, B. B. , r'-
.. Colombo Piq.ua tt Imoiaxa B. B. - ..
No.l Bznrea.....t t A. M. ' 1:50 P. M
No. 9 3:00 P.M. . 8:45 P. m
Aooonmodatlon 10:50 A. M
TR.-KiiiKrATNica-. No. 165 Bonth High
Rtraat. haa s tar, nhnina anrtmnnt of Gold and
Silver . Watohes, fine Jewelry, Clocks, Silver
a riavea w are, at prices so suit wo unes.
D. Belunouim's 0atntHT.--The American
agency of this unWersdly llamous' artlole for
stimulating the growth, of beard," whiskers, or
icalphalr, U now confided exclusively to the
highly respcotnblo Arm of Messrs.1-, HoYaoe L
liegeman & Co , of New York, ' Ihui giving the
American purchasora double cuarauteo of lta
I uHnn.1 rAnnmmnnilntnr merit. The announce
i cntoftjeNow Yofk BBency W a welcome
REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.
New York, May 4. Superintendent Ken
nedv has reoeived a letter stating there is a
thoroughly organized plan to burn New York,
PI, 1 1 n .1 ..1 U I Dta.A kMilltlnfi.ffl)..anhJli..
I - r ' . . rf .
oi water, ana tnen setting nre to various points!
Also states that men have been stationed at
both Boston and Philadelphia for weeks, and
las nave been sent to flew York to carry out
their hellish designs. : . ,
Also, that although at urst Jell. JJavis dig
approved of such a proceeding, since the Fresi
lV7:ZrJ fIniri ::3.l.;JJl-.
M-ihaI. anenemv. but will not fieht with
icampbeno and lucilcr matches lor weapons
Several well inowo secessionists la this city
are close y watohca, ana consiueraoie creasnce
,. ' , , . nrB0.ntIon(.
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measures nave been adopted by the police.
Mai. Anderson passed tbrougn rorry vine yes'
terdav, and proceeded to Annapolis, en' route
mAYS. v. wa. .ece,,.d with milrved
respect, and passed through the lines of troops,
with bead uncovered. - "
Baltimore is quiet,, run iuhuibud, an enrm-
tvnrlr fnrtinnatlnn. nnmma.ndino tha ilt Ann ha.
Dor( ia th possession of Government troops.
The steamer Maryland landed some Maaaa.
nhtiaAtfa Ipaam. frnm Atlnnnnlla. and larrranntin
"--r-, " " w ' .-..t,vHu.-
uun ui auircB, at rori muncury, yBBieruay.
The ,ntelligence ff0m Richmond is important
Considerable alarm Is said to exist there In con-
seqnenoe of the aotlvity of the United States
Government, and the unexpected unity of the
It was believed in Richmond that Mr. Davis
had just notified the Governors of the Border
states, now actios in hostility to the Govern
ment, to assemble at Montgomery, thero to
conier with the Kebei Government
The Virginia Legislature adjourned on the
1st inst., until the 12 th ol June by which time
it WM pected that tn9 r,turni 0t, the popular
y0io on (ne orainanco oi secessioa- would oe
received. . ; j
Ge,- ""P,61 h? prepared an addresa to the
people of Missouri, urging them to stay in the
&nioD) Bnd .ccessTon would prove the ruin
of the State; and says that for himself he Is
ready to stand to the last by the llag to which
m1 u euiereu e aer
New York, May 4. One million percussion
caps were seized yesterday which bad been
shipped for Charleston.
ieo. a ease of revolvers was seized at the
the American Express office.
The Government yesterday pnrohased two
fast tugs, to be converted into gunboats, for
service on the Lbnsapeake.
The Worlii'$ Washington special dispatch
Office are to be taken possession of by Federal
troops. '', : ,.
It is contemplated to suspend all Southern
mallS next WCeki
A report is current that there has been acol
igion between two vessels at the mouth of the
Potomac, and the supplies of Washington from
tne P country nave been cut on by the Virgin!
A corps of telegraphers is being organized, to
be attached to the Army.-
1 he Timet says the federal forces are moving
toward Baltimore, and Fort McHenry has been
It is rumored that Harper's Ferry will ba re
taken, and Richmond invaded, shortly., , .,
1 be Cumberland, Monticello, Yankee, and
several steam tugs, are strictly blockading
Hampton Koads and James' Kiver
Letters from Boston Indioate that five millions
of the new loan will be taken there.
The Navy Department is to charter ten more
steamers at New York, and five at Philadelphia,
and five at Boston, to be added to the Nary,,
Nnw York, May 4. Washington advices
last night were to the effect that the war will
be vigorously opened In a tew days, by demon
strations upon Alexandria and Norfolk. ,
A movement on Havre de Grace was also re
Ported to be ordered to take place yesterday
t.xm fUMaiiv a ......
Three or fou. comDanieg .111 Ma th Sub
quehanna with a battery of artillery and occupy
Havre de Urace. .
Trooos will then be sent forward 10 miles to
Tbe last movement may not be made for two
A strong force or carpenters and builders will
be sent forward to Bush river, to rebuild the
bridge there. -, : r
1 be bridges over tbe Big and Little Gunpow
der rivers will be rebuilt as soon as a sufficient
military force is sent forward to protect the
The bridges will be completed by Thursday
next, and tbe road to Baltimore will then be
Troops will be sent forward from Philadel
phia, to reinforce those at Perryville. : .
it was stated upon reliable authority in waen
ton yesterday that there are only fifteen bund
pa1 Vlpoinlana at HafnAi! Taow
red Virginians at Harper's Ferry
They are not halt armed, and very short ol
Annapolis, May 4. The steamship Baltio
will eail to-day for Newport, with the families
and professors of the Naval Academy here.
A fleet of stoamers will also sail for Wash
ington under convoy. '? ;
Tbe Allegheny was towed from rort Mo
flenry yesterday. She will be heavily armed
as a guard ship for Annapolis harbor. ..... ,-
Tbe beoretary ot uov. Hicks says the ap
pointment of the Board of Safety must precipi
tate Maryland into civil war. .,. . . T
Tbe maiority or tbe Board are sworn to se-
sesslon, and men of desperate political fortunes.
The Governor soon may - have to resort to
Washington or the Pennsylvania line.
' The great seal of the State Is In Annapolis,
and will be thrown into the Chesapeake sooner
than be placed on an ordinance of secession.
The absence of the seal Is a veto.
Cleveland. May 4. .Governors' Cut tin. of
Pennsylvania, Dennlaou, of Ohio, Randall, of
Wisconsin, Blair, or Michigan, Morton, ot In
diana, and ex Gov. Koerncr, of, Illinois, met in
oonferenoe here last night. - v
rrooeedines not known. '
They were serenaded and addressed tbe peo
Philadelpihia, May 4. The New Jersey
troops, in fourteen propellers, passed, this city
; - m ; - m;w
Ft. Kearney, May .--TlrB California Otbt
land AlailCoaoh passed here at noon... ... a
i Denver, April ju.-An Indian Council was
held at the quarters , of Col, Boone, Indian
Agent, yesterday, in which deputation ol
Ara.nib.OM and C amanches took Dart. Good feel
log wae expressed, ana if is nopea taat tne
threatening storm of Indian hostilities will be
rliaalnaterl. 1 :' ;.:! - ' )'Jli
Miners about Ureeory are now nsmg water
from the consolidated ditch, and Inconsequence,
prospects ue rapidly brightening. ,, v.V 'r
! Fhiladslphia, mat 3. Major ., Anderson
passed through this city at noon to-day, en
route for Washington, . ,.
Dbtroit. Mav 3. Cant. Theodore Fink, U.
8. A., latelv reoruitinB officer at this station,
died of anonlexv thia momlntt. Flaes'on the
snipping and pnbllo' and private Dmiaiogs are
displayed at half mast In honor of his memory.
I Lodisvilli, May ZrTht, Council approprl-
I A 1a J A aa B.a J .1 a. r4aa ai . .
wu inn uuuurea inonsand dollars lor . arming
uo.eiiy ,nuujec jp we tatiflct(fli,iy rj(uens
4 . i ' I t ' " "aiasaa-waUa 'i ft -4 u V .
It Boston, May Ord hava hm imAni fhr
I 4 new revtmenta bf ihfahtiV ' iCi ujr.'I : , ,.
I Col. Fletcher Weoster'sRegiment'proceeW
i rors tt arrea next luunuaf ,
St. Louis, May 3. The Lower House of the
Legislature completed lta organization this
morning by re-electing all the old officers except
Sneaker pro tern. Harris being elected over
Boyd. The Governor's Message was delivered
to both Houses this morning, after which the
House went into secret session
'. Gov. Jackson says the President in calling out
troops to subdue the seceded tstatos, baa threat
ened civil war, and his act is unconstitutional
and illegal, and tending towards consolidated
despotism. While ho evidently justifies the ac
tion ef the Confederate States in seceding, he
does not recommeud immediate secession, but
holds the followine language:
Our interests and sympathies are Identical
with those of tbeslavehoiume : atss, and neo
essarilv nnite our destiny with theirs. The
similarity of our social and political institutions.
our industrial Interests, our sympathies, habits,
tastes, our common origin and territorial con
tiguitv. all concur In pointing out our duty in
regard to the separation now laaing piace be
tween the Stales of the old federal Union.
He further adds:
Missouri has atHhis time no war to prosecute.
It is not her oolicv to mako aggression on any
State or neonle: but In the present state of the
country, she would be taitniess 10 ner uonor, re
oreant to her duty, were she to hesitate a mo
ment in making the most ample preparations for
the protection of her people against tho aggres
sions of all assailants.
I therefore recommend an appropriation of a
sufficient sum of money to place tho State at the
earliest practicable moment in a complete state
In conclusion he says: Permit mo to appeal to
yon, and through you to the whole people of the
State, to whom we are all responsible, to do
nothing imprudently or precipitately. We have
a most solemn duty to perform. Let us, then,
calmly reason with one another, and avoid all
passion, all tendenoy to tumult, and respect and
obey Implicitly the law and constituted authori
ties, and endeavor ultimately to unite all our
citizens inoordial co-operation for the preserva
tion of onr honor, the security of our property,
and the performance of all those high duties im
posed upon us by our obligations to our families,
our country and our God.
Washington,' May 3. The President has Is
sued bis proclamation, saying that as exigencies
demand immediate and adequate measures lor
the protection of the Constitution and the pre
servation of the Union, by suppressing revolu
tionary combinations opposing the laws of the
Union, he calls into service for three years, un
less sooner discharged, forty-two thousand vol
unteers, and directs the Increase of the regular
army by eight regiments of infantry, one of
cavalry, one of artillery, and e'ghteen thousand
seamen, for not less than one, nor more than
three years' service.
The plan of enlistment and organization will
be submitted to Congress when assembled. He
earnestly invokes the co operation of all sood
oitizena to aid In the suppression of revolution,
me enforcement or the laws, and lor the speedi
est possible restoration of peace.
Niw Yoik, May 3. A special WaBbineton
dispatch to the Po$t says it is confidently as
sorted that the Government will commence ac
tive operations against the Rebels on Monday.
Another requisition has been made upon Penn-
Jsylvania, to proceed to Washington immediate
iy. iwu nrei-eiagi aieamers arenowpiymg
between Perryvllle and Annapolis.
New York, May 3 The Northern Light ar
rived from Aspinwall, with oigbt hundred thou
sand dollars in treasure. -f
Valparaiso advices of April 3 sof an earth
quake, destroyed Mendoea. Eight thousand
persons were killed. San Juan is also reported
The Connecticut Legislature unanimously
appropriated two million dollars for military
Sontbern camps are formed at Lynchburg,
Richmond, Norfolk, and near Alexandria;
Roger Pryor has organized a regiment."
It is said distensions are frequent in tbe rebel
camp. Southern troops demand an attack on
Washington, and Virginia opposes it.)
All travel South from Philadelphia is stop
ped. :jT.' '. .... '
i To-day, Commodore Gregory tendered tbe
Government -his services.
i Special Dlipateh to the New York Times.
' Baltimore, May 3. The bill creating a Com
mittee of Safety will pass.
Tbe Union men are without arms, and feel
that their only safety is in the Federal Govern
ment. Lexinoton, Mo , May 3. The Union demon
stration held here last night was broken up by
the secessionists. One Union man was shot,
but not seriously Injured. There was to be a
Union meeting bore at S o'clock this afternoon,
but it has been suppressed by the secessionists.
The secession flag now waves in f ront of the
Wilmington, Del., May 3. Three companies
have been sworn in nnder the Governor's pro
clamation, and have made a requisition for a
thousand rifles, which, added to tbe arms here,
will suffice to place the State in a condition of
Knights of the Golden Circle plenty but quiet
Cairo, III., May 3. Passengers from .below
continue to report the assembling of bodies of
armed men. It is said they are short of Arms.
The Union feeling is gaining ground in West
ern Kentucky, where disloyalty has been most
PLOtJR U the only article in the produce market that
hai any vltalita. Thero la atill enjoyed a good trade for
(he higher gradei, and holder envince greater Brmneai.
The demand la merely conanptiye, and the Hock being
light, makea a more apparent impreation on tbe trade
than nanal, Superfine ranirea from S4 ho in mt 7.1; r.
trai from (4 80 to 95; family from 10 to 13 SO for
White wheat. '
WHEAT but little Is offered on the markat and tiny-
era mora willingly pay 1 for prime red and tl 10 for
prime white; Si to So per bushel abore thete Ugorea it
i COKN la unchanged and iteady at 34o.
t OATS we atlll quoU at 28c. with only a moderate de
BARLET dries without any market at 6V. aikinir
t EX K ii held nominally at 50o, but will not bring over
WHISKY haa a dull market allflKc Cin. Cnm..
Mays. ; . . . : .... , , ,
THURSDAY May 3.
TL0DH ?lea of 850 bMa red wheat double extra at
B5 00, and 50 do at t5 la 1-9.
. WHKAT In good request, with tales of 4 carl red
on track at 1 Oil; 500 bush at lame; 1 car from store at
l hi: iiuuo bush do at same; andS oars white at 3145.
I conn sale or iuuo bush, rrom stole at 37o.
i OATS Sales of 80V tush from store at 25o.
I HIOH WINKS tales at 14 14 1-iio. aecordlng .to
i EGGS sale of 10 bbls at Oj. -
f HAMS sales of 1,500 Iks fair quality country cured
atflo. .. ..
- BUTTER dull. There is no demand except for home
use or snipmem to un superior. Choice new Hol
lering at 143. '
, LARD quiet at Oo.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPH FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, May 4.
! PLOint-recelpts of 10.773 bbls: market dull, and
oommon grades declining; sales of 5,800 bbls at SV5 15
for superfine state; 5 155 !io for extra state; 55 15
orsupernne western; fa oo for common to saedi
am extra western; ti 505 65 for shipping brands
extra' Bound Hood Ohio. Canadian flour heavy: sales
flOObblsat $5207 50. .
BYK FLOOR stC&dV at il lOmtforenmmnn in choice
WHJSATrecelDtS Of 10.710 bushels, market dull and
in favor of the buyers; sales of 80,000 bushels at 150
lorwunspiaie; ft M tot winter red western In store;
i ojatooror wnite Hichtgaa.
-quiet ato lo.wvtc.
BABUlt-dull at 5570o. - ,
OOBN receelnu, of t iiM hn.aaia. ..i.t .1..11. 1
40,000 bush (at 680 for old nUed westaro-deUvatejil,
of tor new.
OATS dull at a&att& ft,, .aalan. n...a.. . a
- w-a-y a v a yyvatvau vsaaacwusmua bbhw
State. ... ...
PORK.-flrmer. aalaa lino khia at 17 r.n tnr atiAM.
1 13 25 for prime.. . : '.
insr.r unchanged. 1 ' ? -.-.i.':
f11T MHATh kaao. . . ...
! LARD dull and heavy: niaaAMI M,l at 031Q v-n. i' -
i BU'fTB-falr request at lactSU for new Ohio, and
lAjHlu lor s,w DHU, "' ,.' -
CHKBRl-eteady at 4X9lSr,.
W HIHKV OUietanilahaila l.n,aa aalaa Via hklaa,
' HTOQKS without much ohanew or'aotlvttyi money
and Ixobang no geatwres to note in elthelr. Oh k H
HXf O At 1 8SJ O Oh SOW III sorlpt 68 VPan 101;
Hart r-i aoDreremaoiK i-ac mall tux n J u 1U.
M 0 4o Read 31 TJ 8 13 do qaoted Brie SI; Bav
nar let US Hud 1st 10S Mo fl's 3D N T 0 50: Va 46: Ten
47; Trass 181s 101; U B 81; do quoted 80; do Coupons
New York Cattle Market.
FOR THE WEEK ENDING WEDNESDAY, May 1, 1861.
FOR THE WEEK ENDING WEDNESDAY, May 1, 1861. TOTAL RECEIPTS OF CATTLE OF ALLKINDS, FOR THE WEEK.
Acoordlnf to the reports from the teyeral market
place! In the city, there have been received tbliweeki
B'yei. Cows. Veali. Liobi Swiss
At Allerton'i, 3,310
Boldbu'ra, Dor. 404
1!) 0 2l
10 38 3.17U ....
MO Itftf 773
SO lVM 1.P88
330 343 9.70U 7,006 18,908
BEEVES FROM DIFFERENT STATES.
of the W..htnn,
urove-yaras, nin ii, report we value iu Market i
ue louowug Btaiea:
NewTork 41) I Iowa
Ohio 65 'Connecticut...
Indiana 134 New Jersey. . .
Number reported for this market at Fnri rrih
. n r. ... '
The prices to-day are Quoted as follows:
First duality f9 I Ordinary
Medium Statu. I Some extra food
The general average of the market at 8c.
The most of the aalea ranee from 8 to Sk.
Total number of Beeyes received Id the cltv tl.ia .v
Ibis la 450 bead more than last week, and 423 h,i iu.
than the average of last ear. The average number at
each Wednesday market last year was 3.4IU head, while
uuuiiajr wumy uoiuk aip puuws za nead less than
, . j imn I j . . . . . .
uio aTomisa, Hja su iiraa more man uus
THE OPENING DAY OF THE MARKET.
Tuetdav, Jvrll 30. 1P01. We have in .
other advance in the beef cattle market. It la illuht.
tee upon the nrina ihi. .i.
The adyanco to-day Is not occasioned by any lack in the
supply, which is some 900 head larger than it was a week
ago; but arises, In all probability, wholly from the cir
cumstances that a Government agent, in the person of
lion. A U. Dickinson, earn Into the market at an early
hour, and took up over 100 head of choice steers to send
toWaihingtoa. This gave the brokers confidence, and
Incited the butchers to buy a little quicker, and for a
short time Infused life into the trade ,ao that although
.uusv n " auuw ui uujers, tiie num
ber or bullocks sold before noon was considerably larger
than usual; the price, too, wis remarkably ..!.
almost entirely from 8 to 8e. net a pound nothing
selling under 8o.. and but very few chnii-a r.t V
9c, upon the eallmated et weight of Ihemeat, sinking
oua ine estimates or wrignt using very much better
than they were in some of the lowaat n.,i.,. ..,.
THE CLOSE OF THE MARKET.
Wednetday, May 1. Very few hullm-lra ava an
to-day; not one-fourth of the whole number offered, and
the price of yesterday is fully maintained. Some of the
brokers say it is more thanmalntalniui.an.il,,,....
orally declare that the asking price at the onenlnir J ih.
market this morning, is half a cent hlirhar ,i,. i, ...
yesterday. We think the number to be sold belni so
llie price Is fully maintained, and .
weight a little better for drovers than yesterday, thoua-h
trade Is not very lively, yet all Uie bullocks were sold
out before night, and not a few speculator left by the
evening train to intercept drovers in transitu. Bo we
shall either have another rise next week, or a bi loss of
money for those who run wild upon the raise of this
COWS AND CALVES.
There Is but little new to note nnder thia h..j ti,.
rise of beef has brought out a 7 rent man .in., n.
which, going to the butcher, may make room for mora
Milch uows, but as yet we don't see that it has Increased
the demand. Prices are nominally S-i-a4iifnrfin-.
veal lelvei an selling no better this week than last
The top price is 5Ko. a pound live weight, and but few
on av nm. uooa sraooin uaives or liis to 150 lb each
sold at AJlerton's on Tuesday doll at 5o., and tome fair
quality at 4c. apound live weight. Bobs had better be
killed, skinned and fed to the pigs at home than send
them here to sell at 7Jo.l each. Some Calves that
weigh 1S5 to 130 lb sold to day at 4 each.
Won Oxa. The demand for work Oxen this week
cannot be satisfied. Wo only bear of sales of two yoke.
At any rale, it was more than the butchers would have
been willing to pay, though they were not the sort want
ed by those who bought them. Home good, hardy, smooth
Oxen, of about 8 or 8 1-9 rwt. net each, would have sold
at prices equivalent to 9c a pound. A few yoke will sell
n ext week, if goo4 ones are offered.
THE SHEEP MARKET.
Receipts (his week, 6,054.
There is a marked improvement in the sheep market aa
compared with the report of last week. It is not so
much in advance of prices aa it is in the ability of sheep
brokers to sell their stock at any price. The advancers
about 95 cents a head, and the trade decidedly more
lively than it was, particularly last Tuesday., At Brown
log's this week on Tuesday, which is considered the best
day in the week, wc found trade much more lively than
it was a week before, the price of good fair sheep, clipped,
which had been well fed, and would weigh CO to 100 lb,
about 4o. ft, live weight. Good lambs are worth 89j.
V 11. and range 12 5lkSt5 a head. Hnma ,h. ku...
"wbo are willing to pay the larmers a fair prioe," are
.vij .....ui wu. ui immuaquoica low, as they aay
''the dam'd newspapera ruin tha trade." We auppoee
- - . ; " " ..Hue... Bu, uu
behalf of those honest gentlemen, we beg the farmers not
iu ucucve ora we ay arjoui me price or lambs that
is. If they prefer to believe tha Umh-hua.. b.
M...I..II ..... l ,, .. '
uuiiiai. ,u. iuku avw arriving areoiinnaii. tm n. .
. ...h ... 11. . 1 ') 1 1. 1 .
. ! 7ui.u anu soma oi tnem are ao bad
ly clipped that quite a yield of wool
THE HOG MARKET.
Receipts this week, 7,990.
The prices of hois to-dnvara rvnnrlail v. n.nn, n
Qrant, Superintendent of the market, as lollows:
vorn-ieauogsv n,, gross.. ..iX5a,
Distillery Hogs fj, gross.... 4tS4)io.
The market ia decidedly dull. Vet,rrtv ihan.
scarcely any Inquiries for hogs; the few buyers offering
were not willing to pay last week's rates, and the day
closed with a considerable stock on hand, aod we find
una miliums auuu. ,ouu in ine pens, and tbe opinion
prevails that they cannot be sold at over 5c. a pound.
The weather is favorable, or the nroanecti nf hn ...n
would he still more gloomy.
BEG. W. Dorman report the following- prices of Hogs
T.iva. Tlraaaa .
First quality com fed large eiie....55ii 6Ji5.
Second quality corn-fed 4ia5' tXsi6H
rirst quality small size fat At prime
for market butchers sratv itiranv
Large alte.istill-fed.fat 44. 55
Second quality still-fed 44)i SiilSSH
HAVE MOLD TO MR. HENRT AVII-
S0N my DRUO STORE. Whlr-h 1. a.m.a.l ,.m ,ha
orner of High and Gay itrrata tn iha u,k..
of Broad and High streets, Oolnmbua. Ohio.
With many thanks to my former patrons and cuatom
s, I respectfully request the eontlnnanm nf their fa
vors to my successor. HENRY M.NEIL.
Columbus, April 1, 1861. :
HAYJ? PPBCHAIED THE DRUG
BTORB of Mr. Hihkv M. Nr,.. T
anew on the Southwest corner of Broad and High streets,
Columbus, Ohio-ieao- Me old and reliail $tad for
that bminttt for many ytnrt.
I have a freah and well selected stock of Purt JiJi
cfnes, and Pvrt VkemieaU, together with Paintt. (HU,
iiirnuhti, difl., usually kept in such aa establishment.
liT raascairTioHS oareiully and promptly oompound-
Stora open at all hours of the day and night.
I respectfully solicit the patronage of the public,
n . u ' . . . HBNBY WILSON.
Columbus. April 1, 1861 apr6:dlm - .
THE MUTUAL LIFE
', . - OB1 MJEW YORK.
P. 8, TmsrroH, President. Isaac AaTT, Secretary.
Net Cswla Asset, february 1 1861s
Ricnsst coMPjjnrm rax xmrsn statssi
UTAH the Profits are divided among the IninredXTT
Applications and Pamphlets can be had by applying to
' tFRED K J. FAY, Aoiht, ,
carpantar Building, 117 Booth High Street.
Ir v u jua -
Red, White and Bine
NECK 'AIEN. ;
SB South High street.
DKESS GOODS, '
""'is. VA't ' few skit AUracMve.
Al0ZAMBIQ0E8 : '. " l:.;
, Travilino Poplins, : . -
1 j 1 - -'
vhxni rorurta, -
PoiL Crctiis, ;
.. , . GsraiLLis,
Frinch Chintzes, , ,
I ' FRKNcfa Muslins,
hi y 1 i fAINCR UlaAADIII,
Chinisb Washing Silks,
Eieqamt Dress Stun,.'.' ' -vi-l,- "
. . HtATf Basque and Mantli Siuu;
And all other new and fsshlonablo materials most In
demand tor handsome Dresses and Mantillas.
' f-:"i tux torn,
apiSSl, ,!j irx'.vA No, S4 8outh Blgh street,
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS
mHEFOfXOAV'ING CHANGES WERE
I so ads in the the offioers of this Hank. January Stttk.
1HU1, to wit: WM. A. 1-t.tTT, president, and Twoaus
HooDia, Cashier, resigned their 0 Sloes. Daviw Taylor,
Esq., waa then elected President and W. A. Piatt ap
pointed uaenier. : -. . ,7 .
By order of tha Board of Directors,
(eb 5, 1861-dtf. W. A. PLAIT, Cashier.
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
Rlannfactnrere of all kinds of Por
table ana Stationary- Mteani En
Kiuea, haw JflllU. urlat Mill,
LANKA BODLEY Btattnl JT. dt I. HIA KD TBealenl
J. db J. B. DUYALL Beaten lit COLVUlBCS
if A CBTNTS CO. Beaten till BRADtORD
db OO. BeaJmlllll
Onr Portable Engine and Saw Mill
Was awarded the first premium of 50 at the Indiana
State Pair for 1KC0 over Lane k Bodley's on account of
Price, lightness, simplicity, eoouomy of fuel
and superior character of lumber sawed.
Our Stationary Krnrine was awarded at the same F.-, li
the first prrmium of
Our Portable Bnglne was awarded the first premium of
1100 at the Pair at Memphis, Tenn., over Blandy's Du
vall's, Columbus Machine Go's., and Bradford II Co'i..
by a committee of practical Railroad Kngineers.
or price ana terms winress
WII.LARl) WARNER, Treasurer,
decS-dSiwlyeols. Newark, Ohio-
An experienced Nurse tnd Female rbyilclaa, present
w uic iienuon oi mouien, ner
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING.
which greatly facilitates the nrocess of teethlni. by soft
ening the gums, reducing all inflammation wli 1 allay
ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and ia
SfJBETO HEOIXATE THE BOWELS.
Depend upon It, mothers, 1 1 will gtve rest to yourselves
RELIEF ARB HEALTH TO ?0UB ISFAN18.
We have pnt ud and sold this article for over ten fun.
andOAN BAY, IN CONFIDENCE AND TROT!, of it.
what we have never been able to say of any other mm;.
olne NEVER HAS IT PA1LSD, IN A B1NOLB INhT-
ahujc, iu KfFKCI A OURK, when timely used. Nev
er did we know an instance of dissatisfaction by any one
who used it. On the contrary, all are delighted with its
operations, and speak In terms of commendation of lta
magical enects and medical virtue. We speak In this
matter "WHAT WB DO KNOW;" after ten years' expe
rience, AND PLKDOB OCR REPUTATION FOR TUB
PULILLMBNT OP WHAT WK HERB DKCLARB. In
almost every Instance where the infant is suOering from
pain and exhaustion, relief will be found in fifteen or
twenty minutes after tbeSyrup is administered.
This valuable nrenaratlon ia the nrescrlntion of one nf
the most KXPBRIP.NCK.Dand 8K1LLPUI. NniiSKS In
New Bngland, and baa been nsed with NKVER FAIL
ING SUCCKSS in
THOUSAND!! OF CASES.
Itnotonly relieves the child from caln. but Invlvor
ates the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and give,
tone and energy to the whole system. It will almost in
GB'PUrfJ IK THE E0WKLS, AND WIND COLIC
and overcome convulsions, which, if not speedily reme-
aieo, ena in aeatn. we Deneve it tne bkbt and 8I7R
ST HkMHDY IN TUB WORLD, In all eases ofDVH
BNTBRY and DIAKRIKEA IN CUILDRKM, whether
it arises from teething, or from any other cause. W
would say to every mother who has a child suffering from
any of the foregoing eomplalnta DO NOT LET YOUB
VltaJUDlCKS NOR TUB PRBJCDICBSOV OTHRRn
stand between you and your suffering child, and the re
lief that will be BURR yes. ABSOLUTELY SURE to
follow the use of this medicine, if timely used. Full di
rections lor nsmg will accompany each bottle. None
genuine unices tne rac-simiie or (Julius. PERKINS;
New York, is on the outside wrapper.
Bold by all Druggists throughout the world.
Principal Offices 13 Cedar Street N.Y.
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
For the INSTANT R1L1IF
and PERMANENT CURE of th
distressing complaint use
Made by O. B. BBYH0CB k CO., 1U7 Nassau St., N. Y.
rrioe II per box; sent free by post.
FOR BALI AT ALL DBDOOIBTS
AVING THIS DAT SOLD OCR
Stock of Groceries to 0. 8. DKMINO. we cheerfully
reconmend him to our old patrons and friends.
TH08. WALKER, SON.
Columbus, March 29th, lefll apl dtf
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE7
For tho Whiskers and Hair
Tht subscribers take pleasure In announcing othe
Clllaena ol the United States, that they have obtained the
Agency for, and are now enabled to oner to the American
public the above justly celebrated and world-renowned
Is prepared by Da. 0. t. BELLINGHAM, in eminent
physician of London, and Is warranted to bring out a
unci set 01 -
Whiskersor a Mnstache
In from three to six weeks. This article Is the only one
of the kind nsed by the French, and in London and Faris
it ia in universal use.
It is a beautiful, economical, aoothlng, yet stimulating
compound, acting as If by magio upon the roots, causing
abeautuui growth or luxuriant nair. 11 applied to uie
scalp, It will euro aU)ma, and cause to spring up in
place of the bald spots a flue growth of new hair. Ap-
Slied according to directions, It will turn xo or Towy
air dark, and restore gray hair to Its original color.
leaving It soft, smooth, and flexible. Tbe "Omiumrr" is
an Indispensable article In every gentleman's toilet, and
after one week's nse they would not for any consideration
be without IU . ...
The subscribers are the only Agent for the article In
the United States, to whom ail orders must be addressed.
Price One Dollar a box for sale by all Druggists and
Dealers; or a box of the "Onguent" (warranted to have
the desired effect) will be sent towy wbo desire It, by
mail (direct), securely packed, on receipt ot price and
postage, vi -in. Jtppgr to or aaareaa . . .
, nORACl L. BEQEUAN Ac CO.,
fel3(M&wCm 4 William Street, New Tork
WM, KNABE & CO.,
TIIFIK NEW gl,KS-a-
ROOM, HO. 1W BALTIMORE HT.,
MOB. 1, S, 5 and 7 If. IUTAW BTE8'
Offer for sale their celebrated
Being highly recommended by tbe first Professor and
Musical Amateurs 01 ue oonntry, ana -
f IT! TEARS
The most fastidious customer may rely upon being
pleased in every respect. . :
Terms liaerai. nn. anua w,
S1LT2EB St WEBSTEB, Agents,
eetflttlydw. Columbus, Ohio,
Man Missing. : . '
rtOHF.KT JVST A iriEmBbtCOF THE
Xli Tuscarawas Guards, has been missing from the
nadeivous of aaid Company, since Saturday afternoon
laat. and tears are anorehended that he bae been foully
dealt with la this eity. He ia aOermao by birth, 5 feet
( inches blgh, black hair, whiskers, and moustache, and
aihar Intemnerate habits. -Any Information given
Camp Jacksea of his whereabouts will be thankfully re
oslvednynis - luwiiaanAs isisnus
1 may S it
From the NewV ork Observer. 1
As all parties manufacturing Sewing Machines are ob
liged lousy Mr. Howe a license on each machine sold,
and are a so compelled to make returns to him, under
oath, as to Ml number sold, his books ulre a cot reel state
ment. rrm in is reliable source we nave oi.uined tue
following statistics. Of the machines mule in the year
I4.VJ, there were sold,
By Wheeler a Wilson 41,305
- ' I. M. flngitr At Co I0.HSJ .
" Orover At Baker IO,i!W
Showing the sales of Wheeler At Wilson to be double
those of any other uompany."
Awarded the highest premiumsat the -
United States Pairs of 1M58, 1859 and 18WI;
also at the
Ohio Stale Pairs of 1859 and IMS; '
and at nearly all the County Pairs in the Slate.
Our prices, at the late reduction, are at low at any
loci ttieh machine now sold, and but a trifle higher than
the Interior two thread chain tticA maciltut, now
forced unnn the market.
The WubKLkR It WILPON MAOIIINH makes the
Lock Stich the onlyon" which cannot be raveled. It
is Amis ok Uotm siotaor the goods, leaving no nuie or
enainonthe under. tin.
All machmet war anted 3 venrt, and tnttrucUon
given In their use, free or charre.
11. uuAurtBi tiign at., uommDus, u.
WM. SUMNER Ac CO.,
drra-SawinmfcwIim Pike's Opera House. Cincinnati.
DR. LE LAND'S
13 THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Rheumatism, Goat ' and Neuralgia,
AND A SDRH CORE FOR
It Is a conveniently arranged Band, containing a med
icated compound, to be worn around the Waist, without
Injury to the most delicate persons; no change in habits
of, living is required, and it entirely removes the dis
ease from the system, without producing the injurious
effects arising from the nse of powerful Internal medl
cines, which weaken and destroy tbe constitution, and
give temporary relief only. By this treatment, the med
icinal properties contained in the Band come in contact
with 1 lis blood and reach the diaense, through the potes
of the skin, effecting in every instance a perfect cure,
and restoring the parts afflicted to a healthy condition.
This Band is also a mostpowerf ul A xti-Msrcorui. agent,
and will entirely relieve Uie system f rom.the pernicious
effects of Mercury. Moderate cases are cured in a few
days, aod we are constantly receiving teitimonialsof its
efiioacy in agyravated cases of long standing.
Prics ti.uti, to be hail of Druggists generally, or can
be senthy mail or express, with full directions for use,
to any part of the country, direct from tho Principal
. Ho. 409 BROADWAY, Hew York.'
G. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors.
N. 8. Descriptive Circulars Bent Free.
JO Agent Wanted Everywhere.
LATUROP, LUDiNGTON & CO.
23 &25 PARK PLACE,
20 & 22 MDEEAY STREET,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Foreign and Domestic
FOR CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT.
We are opening, at ourample warerooms, at tha above
numbers, stocks of Goods in each of the six departments
of our business, superior to anything we hnre heretofore
exhibited to the trade.
This has grown to Its present magnitude under the
thorough management of a buyer of long exerience and
acknowledged good taste. We keep extensive lines of
the finest and choicest
To be found In the market, all selected with the nicest
discrimination. Also, all grades, colors and varieties of'
FARMERS' and HEItOTJANTS' C ASSIMERRS,
KENTUCKY JEANS, from 9H to 12 cents per yard
' and upwards;
TWPEDS, K'i to IS cents per yard last year sold a
18 to SO;
PRINTED SATINETS, at 14 cents;
And other Goodt corretpondingly Low.
Manchester De Laines,
And the Neit Select Style of
FANCY SPRING COODS.
American . do.
Manchester, &c. Prints, Ac.
Lawrence C. Sheetings, Atlantic A. Sheetings,
All Gradei and Width.
BLEACnED SniRTINGS AND SIIEETINGS.
Wansutta, Dwight, Lawrence,
Lonsdale, Great Falls, Naumkeng,
Hill, Yaltham, llontt,
New Tork Mills, Ace., Ac.
SH1WIS AND MANTILLAS,
A LARGE AND SELECT ASSORTMENT. '
COTTON ADES-a great variety .
TICKINGS all the leading brands. , 1
DENIMS do. do.
SHIRTING STRIPES-all the leading brands.
NANKEENB do. do.
CORSET JEANS do. . do.
MOREENS ' ' do. do.
DAMASKS, PAPER CAMBRICS, COLORED CAM-
B1UUB, c , fco.
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCKS OF
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS,
CAKFETS AND OIL-CLOTHS, -
And a great variety of 9oods not enumerated el! of
which we pledge ourselves to sell at the (otcevu marttt
prices the larger portion at from 10 to 30 per cent, less
wan lasiyear .- ,
LATHROP, LUDINGTON & CO.,
rpHK 8VBSCHIBEKS. DEALINO IN
1 a Mtaple Article, will furnish employment to
a few active men to act a agenta tor their house.
preference will be given to those who are well eoouaiBt-
a in tne aisinci tor wnicn tney ppiy.
for which services they are willing to nay a salai
01 iron. .. . ......
600 to $800 par , year, n4 Bipsnse.
. lor further particulars address ' , , , . . ,
i Wi B. MORlHODtli CO. ',,
, 1 , ( 3 and S, Ixckeeie Plaee,
lanSO dSm. ' ' Jersey Oily. N. J.
Merchants and Agents Wanted,
ITM SELL DtllVAH I UTt JEWELRY
J. Ektwclope in tverylownin the Unlnn. Larger
profits realised than on any other branch of ait-rrhandlw.
forriarticnlar. send stamp to Sici, Chesnut street,
Philadelphia, Pa. rARNAM At CO.
CAKADIA5 ft U2STTED STATES KAIL
TO AND FHOfll
Liverpool, Montrail, Quebec,
The Montreal Ocean Bteamshlp Company's flrat-elsss :
rail-powered Clyde-built Steamers sail every Hut
n relay- from PORTLAND, carrying the Canadian aud
United States Mail ud passengers, ,
NORWEGIAN. NORTH AMERICAN
NORTH BRITON, ' HIBERNIAN.
CANADIAN, MOV A SCOTIA.
Jhrtet. Cbeapeat nslt)mlckewtOii
veraance from -AMERICA
10 ALL FASTI 07 STTBOFI.
Kates or PasBao: to Europe,
3o. oa. ftao.
Will sail from LIVERPOOL ... isr.a -.1-
LONDONDERRi, to receive on board and bud u.n..r..i
r-aasengers, to and from Ireland and Scotland
ILThese Steamers are built of ta 1. ...v.
compartments, carry each an experienced Burgeon, and
every attention is paid to the comfort and aclomm "a
lJt0.?J P'awns6". As they proceed direct to LONDON.
DUBY, the great risk and delay of calling at itbV.
Glasgow pasaena-ers are fnralahl arilh .
ticketa to and from Londonderry.
Return tickets granted at reduoed rates. , ,
Certificates issued for earrvlnr to anil hrinain....
sengers from all the principal towns of Great Britain and
.cuu nln nyuns line or steamers, and
by Uie WASHINGTON LINK Of SAILING PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool every week.
Sight Drafts for and upwards par
able in Knftland, Iraiaad. Beast
1as.11 ti or wales.
For nassaee. annlv a, ,t,a im. ,i van...
BABEL ft 8ZABLK, Oenaral Agents,'
0' - J. R. ARMSTRONG,
nolU lydlw Statesman Office, Columbus, OhU .
for all Til HO AT and
COUUH, and everr
Complaint tlie forernn
ner of, and even actual
The Great NEIHAL.
Glj ItKiriEuir and Nat
ural WPIATK, adapted
to everr species of Ner
vous Complaint., Ner
y nd (Jhrenic
ttkiii, fjutarrh, Tooth
and Ear Ache, I.oa ol
Sleep, and Itowel Com
No real justice can be Hone tha aimwa hMUuR.
but by procunngand reading descriptive mpblets,c
be found with all dealers, or will be sent by Proprietor
on demand, formulas and Trial Bottles sent to Physi
cinns, wbo will find, developments In both worth ii.-,.
acceptance anil approval.
Correspondence solicited from all whose necessities or
curiosity prompts to a trial of the above reliable Rem
for sale by the usual wholesale and retail Aa.t.,
JOHN L. HUN NEWELL, Proprlsto.
CHtMIBT AND rRARHACIDTiaT, .
No. 0 Commercial Wharf, Bottom, Mai 'j
Roberts At Samuel. N. B. Mamla I. n n.i f a.
Denlg, G. Denig Ac Sons. A. J. Schueller At Hon,' Agents
for Columbus, Ohio. mvl-dlr
Dr. J. H. McLEAN'S d
StrcmihcniDs Cordial and BIimu!
1'he Greatest Keiuedyln The xvorlu.
' j DELIGHTFUL vu i
COROIAL . Yl
EVER, TAKEN VJ
IT I St NTHICT
ly a scientino and
Vegetable Compound, . .
pMouriHi hy the distil
lation of Roots, Ilerls
and Darks, Yellow '
Dock, Blood Root,
Cherry llurk and Dan- r.
Altnn ant.n I,a I , -' j.'
Uofore Takln& active' remedial ifter Taking
principle ol each ingredient Is thoroughly extracted b
my new method of distilling, producingi.a deliclrns. cv
hilerating spirit, and tbe moat INf ALLISL8 remedy (of
renovating III diseased system, and restoring the sick,
suffering and debilitated INVALID to UEALTII and
MCLEAN'S STRENGTHENING COM
Will effectually ears
LITER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA. JA0NO1O1
Ohronio or Nervous Debility, Diseases of the Kidney;
and all diseases ariaing from a disordered Liver er Stom;
acta. Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward Piles, Acidity or Slrl
ness of the Stomach, Fullness of Blood to the HeeJ, Dull
pain or swimming in the head, Palt- Hation of the Heart
fullness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations
Choking or suffocating feeling when lying down; Dryness
or Yellowness or the Skid and Eyes. Night Sweats, In
ward levers. Pain in the small ot the hack, cheat or side.
Sudden flushes ot 11 cat. Depression of Spirits, rightful
Dreams, Languor, Despondency or any Norveas Disease
Bores or Blotches on the Skin, and kever aod Avne i..r
Chills and lever.)
Over a Million of ttattle ,
Have been sold during the last six months, and In ni In
stance has it failed in giving entire satisfaction ttlm,
then, will suffer from Weakness or Debility wheo- i
LEAN'S STRENGTHENING CORDIAL will rare yowl,
No language con convey an adeauate idea nf tha tmn...
diate and almost miraculous change produced by takius
wis uoruiai in tne atseasea, debilitated and shattercl
nervous system, whether broken down by excess, weak hv
nature, or unpaired by sickness, th relaxed and unstrung
organisation is restored to its pristine health aud vigor
Or others conscious of Inability, from whatever cause.
win una mcLeana strengthening Cordial a tbovoa,h
regenerator of the system; and all who may have Injured
themselves by improper indulgences, will And in Uie Cor
dial a certain and speedy remedy.
To the Ladles. ' .
Me Loan's Strengthening Cordial
Is a sovereign and speedy cure for - ...
INCIPIENT CON SUMPTION, WHITE
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontinence of
urine or involuntary viscnarge thereof, railing of the
Womb, Giddiness, fainting aud all Diseases inoidne t
Then is bo Mistake About it. ,
Suffer no longer. Take it according to Direction. ' It
will stimulate, strengthen and invigorate you andoaus
tne bloom of health to mount yourcbeek again.
very bottle 1 warranted to give satiafactioa. 1
If your children are sickly, puny, or afflicted. McLean'
Cordial will make then healthy, fat and robots.- Delai
not a moment, try it, and you will be convinced.
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TABS
OaOTiow Beware of Druggist or Dealers who' ma.
try to palm upon you some Bitter or Barseparilla trash.
which thvycaa buy cheap, byaayint it ts Just a gocdj
Avoid such men. Ask tor McLean's Strengthening Cor
dial, and take nothing else It ia the only remedy that
will purify the blood thoroughly and at the same lime
strengthen the system. - .
One talilespoonfui taken every momlns fastlnir. la a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chills end fever, YeHew 1
rover, or any prevalent diseases, It is nut no In lane
Price only I per bottle, or bottle for S5. ' i-lt'
Row Proprietor of this Cordial,
Also McLean s Volcanic Oil Liniment,
FMr olpal Depot on the corner of Third and Pise strew bjj
MoLoaa's Volcanto Oil Liniment,
Tne beat Liniment In the World. The only safe and
certain cure for Canoe r, Piles, Swellings tnd Bron
ehitis, or Goitre, Paralyrla, Neuralgia, Weakness ef th
Muscle, Cnronlo or InSammatory Khaomatlam, Stiff
ness of the Joints, contracted Uusolee or Ligament
Earache or Toothache, Bruises, Sprains, Wounds, fresh
Outs, Ulcere, fever Bores, Caked Breaati Bore Nipple,
Burns, Scalds, Bore Thoat, or any Inflammation or Pain,
no difference how arvera, or how' ton the disease may
have existed. Moi,cn' Celebrated Liniment I a oer
lain remedy. . ...
Thousands ef human being bare be, saved a lift ol
teerepttoil and misery by the ue of this Invaluable Mad-
MqliKAN'S ; VOLCANIC,
Will relieve pain eJmest hstaataaeeusly,. knd U WILv,
eieanss, purity ana seat so iouie. eoret is an IDxipj
Par Hsrses arid Otber 'Aatlnaal.
M cLean celebrated Ijlnsmeat la the nty sale snsw
Bahl remedy for the euro of Spavla, Ring Boee, M"lad
galls. Splint, Unnatural Bumps, Nodes or Swellings- It
will never fail to oar Big Head, Poll Bvtl, fistula, H4
running Boras -or Sweeny, If properly applied, for
Sprains, Bruises, 80 re tone, Soros or Wounds, Orerked
Ueals, Okafea, Saddle erOoller flails It ks aa tmSlliM '
remedy. Apply It a directed, and a core Is certain In "
ayery Instance. -
I Then trifle ao longer wlthth many wnrrhlr LhrV
nnt offered to yon. Obtain a supply of Dr. tc Lean's
at'lrhrate klnimont. It will enr you, ' '
, , . . J. II. Ilr. JOAN,,. Is Proprietor,. , -r
1 ' Oorner of Thinl and Pin Street, St. Loais, tie J
; for sale by all druggist. , 1 T.
fiirsale by Ri)BRnT8 At (AMtTFl! ,
ATT FT" M 1
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