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MONDAY EVENING, MAY C, 1861.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Tie Adams Express Company places us dally
under obligations to It for the very latest papers
from the eastern cities.
The American Express Company has our
tliankB for its dally favors In the shape of the
very latest eastern papers.
Camp JaoKsoN.-Capt. Wm. T. Wilson's
Company, the Wyandot Guards, 79 men rank
and ni. from Wvandot county, arrived at the
Camp on Saturday.
. Notwithstanding the weather has been rainy
and cold for several days past, there is very lit
tle illness at the Camp, considering that five
thousand men, generally unaccustomed to oamp
life , are quartered there.
The morning reports of the Captains of the
Companies In the Camp, made to head-quarters.
yesterday (Sunday) morning, the 5th Inst.
showed that there were only forty-six men, out
of the entire number enrolled at Camp Jackson
unfit for dutv on account of illness. Of these
only fifteen or sixteen were so ill as to ren
der it neoessarv to remove them from the
Camp.
The weather is warmer to day than it has
been since the beginning of May, and though it
continues raining and unpleasant, the troops in
Camp Jackson will be much more comforta
ble than they have been, especially with the
increased accommodations that are being made.
Still the life they are leading, is, for men so
unused to It, at the ibest, a hard one; and they
should receive the sympathy of the public, in
whose service they are employed. But It is a
source of gratification to be able to state, as we
believe we may do safely, that the men in
Camp Jackson ate better cared for, and more
comfortably 'situated, than In any of the other
large camps in the State.
. The Westminster Review for April, 18C1.
We have received from the American pub
lishers, Messrs. Leonard, Scott it Co., of New
York, the reprint of the April number of the
Westminster Review. The opening article is a
ctustio criticism of Mr. Kinqslet's inaugural
leoture upon the Study of History, delivered by
him upon his recent appointment as Professor of
History in the University of Cambridge.
From the second article in this number, on
the Sicilian Revolution, as well as from the
ninth, on Austria and her Reforms, much infor
mation may be acquired in regard to European
politics.
Perhaps the best written article in the series
is the third, on Voltaire's Romances and their
Moral, in which an attempt is made to exoner
ate the French philosopher from the charge of
Atheism.
The fifth article, on the Universities and Sci
entifio'Education, and the eighth, on Eton, will
deeply engage the attention of all Interested in
the progress of education. It seems almost in
credible that aboy'a education at Eton, should
cost $1,250' per annum, (at the very least),
and that the Head Master's emoluments, exclu
sive of a fine residence allotted him, should
amount to $30,000 a year, while eaoh of his
assistants averages half as much. John Bull
should look to his endowed schools.
The other articles in this - number of the
Westminster are on the Early Intercourse of
Eogland and Germany, the Cotton Manufac
ture, Maine on Ancieut Liw, and Cotemporary
Literature. Tbey are all entertaining; the last
is particularly spicy in some of its notices of
recent publications.
Arrival and Departore op the Seventh
Regiment The Seventh Regiment arrived at
Camp Jackson yesterday afternoon, and left at
five o'clock this morning, for Camp Dennlson.
They were furnished with quarters at Camp
Jackson, and with supper, breakfast and one
day's rations. The number of this Regiment
at the Camp was about eight hundred about
one hundred having been previously sent for
ward to Camp Dennison, to prepare barracks.
The following are the Companies composing the
Seventh Regiment, with the number of men in
each:
A Light Guards, Captain Oreighton 99 ui
B Sprague Zouave Cadets, Capt. DeVUlers. . 99 '
O Monroe Guards, Captain IhurtlW OA
D-Palnesville, " " Dyer 85 '
B Sprague i " Bpragu 1 '
It rranklln Billet, " Morris 77 '
0 Tyler Guards " Beymou 81 '
H Trumbull " Asper 101 '
1 Mahoning " Bierllng 81 '
K-Natlonat " " Wiseman 88 '
Total.
..MO
Suroxons ArroiNTEo. Below will be found
the official list of the Surgeons and SnrgeoDa'
Mates appointed for the thirteen Ohio Regi
ment called into United States service on the
requisition of the President: ' .
lit Beg. W. L. McMlllen, Surgeon; A. Wilson, Mate.
Sd " - 0. MoVermont,
J. D. Webb,
31 " R. R. MoMeani,
4th " H. H. McAbee
5lh " A. Ball,
6th ' Starling torlng ' '
7th " B. R. Ouihing, '
8th " BenJ. Ttppen, - 1
H. W. Beys, "
J. Y. Oantwell, "
0. Oreenleaf '
. W. Ames, '
?. Salter,
8. Bexton, '
R. Wrlth. ' '
' John B. Bice, "
H. Z. Gill,
0. II. Bwaln, "
K. M.Thil
9th " O.S Muwroft,. '
10th '
O.B.Boyle,
J. Frank Qarbrlol,
W. W. Holmes, 1
8. 9. Tarney, .
llth
Hth "
13th .
REliction or Oypioxas in the Fiftknth Ri
aiMiNT. The Fifteenth Regiment elected ill
officer, on Saturday afternoon. The following
Is the result: Colonel Geo. W. Andrews;!
Lieutenant Colonel Moses & Picket ; Major
S. Buiiy Wii.m. .'
Feamklin Codntt Aomoultosal Sooiett. -
The regular annual meeting of this Society was
held on the Fair Grounds, on Saturday last,
May 4th. The following officers; were elected
for this years- "
President Jared Foreman, of Trnro township
Vice President--Joseph Clark, of Jefferson. .
Treasurer John M. Pugh, of Montgomery.
Sflnretarv Chas. S. Glenn, of Columbus.
Board of Managers G. W. Williams, of
Hamilton: Jacob Powell, of Truro: Wm. D
Taylor, of Plain; D. L. Holton, of Blendon i A.
Webster, of Clinton: Alex. Thompson, of Wash
ingtont W. D. Mason, of Prairie, A. G. Hibbs,
of Jackson: G. S. Innif, of Montgomery: S, V
Harris. Columbus.
Tbe Board of Manaserl will meet at Col. S
D. Harris's office, on Saturday. May 11, at 10
o'clock A. M., for the transaction of business
incident to the next Annual Fair..
C. S. GLENN, Sec'y.
Isaac II. Maieow, late Captain of the Gov
ernor's Guards Of this city, and more recently
of Company A. of the Third Regiment, having
been elected Colonel of that Regiment, Com
pany A... have elected Lieut, O. II. Lawsqn
Captain, and E. D. Hodse, First Lieutenant:
Removal. Johh II. Smith has removed his
Hat Store from the Odeon Building, to the
stand formerly f occupied W.J N.tTt a.
n t a. T . ncl a .1- ui.L . nr.
uooK otoret nu. ouuvu mku im,
Smitr has just received a ohoice lot or new
styles of Flats and Caps, We recommend
oitliens And Strangers, desiring any article
his line, to give Mr. Smith a call.
TR." KliWAMifxr No.T163 Booth Illah
Street, bag avrrj choice assortment of Qold.
Oliver natuim, iiusj jowoirr, viuuas, ouvw
d Plv4 Ware, at prices to suit the times.
Rail Road Time Table.
Littls Mum fc Owmnot a Xuai i
Arrived
ni.Aln..l I uni.n,T. (t rr Ad . n . '
iift',. 9.-DS P. U
1. 4.
Express..;......!!.-) A. M. f 11:03 A. M
Mall Accommodation.. 1:IU P. M.' ' ! P. M,
Nigutsupress viaayton.iu:uv midnight. 3;iiOvA. H.
, - 1 Jo. W, DoHratr; Agent, j
Colossus Jc OutvsLAMs . B. 7 r . y ' Z .
Night Express..... 3:40 A. M. i 1 1H45P.M.
New York Express 11:10 A. M..v 11:10 A.M.
Mall and. Accommodation.. 3:80 P.M. 8:10 P. at.
Jamks PATTStaoi;, Agent.
0cNTRAL0nioB.il. 3
No. 1 Express... 3.-30 A. H. A lisM A M,
No.S do 11:18 A. W Willis.
No. 3 do 3:10 P. M. 4:50 A. tt,
, , , ? W. J. mm Agent.
Pittsbuisb, Colonics a Oununun B, B. '
Hall Train 3.30 A.M. 11:38 A.M.
Express Train ....11:18 A. M. 11H5P. m:
iiuv. Auninsun, AgGUt.
OOLDMBOe k. iHDIAMoroLII, B. B. ,
OoLDMBOS PlO.UA INDIANA U. Jl, . '-
No. 1 Express.........,
6:80 A. IT, ( 1:50 P. H
No. 3 " 3:00 P. W : 8:45 P. M.
Accommodation..... - "10:50 A.M.
Saksaparilla. This troptcalroot has a repu
tatlon wide as the world, for curing one class of
disorders that affliot mankind a reputation too
which it deserves as the best antidote we pos
sees forjscrofulous complaints. But to be brought
into nso, its virtues must be eonoentrated and
combined with other medicines that increase
its power. Some reliable compound of this
charaoter Is much needed in the community.
Read the Advertisement of Dr. Aria's Sarsap
arllla in our columns, and we know It needs no
encomium from us to giry our citizens confidence
Organ, Syracuse, N. Y.
A Great Swindle. The whole commnnity
are swindled and robbed of their money and
health by the sale of Impure and unhealthy
leavens, (called Salerktus), which' are a slow
poison. James Pyle's Dietetic Is pure and
wholesome. Use no other. " Depot, 345 Wash
ington Street, New York. Sold by grocers
everywhere. ... ,., ,
To Citizens and Strangers We would v.
if yon are weak or debilitated from any cause,
or troubled with Indigestion. Biliousness. Sonr
or sick stomacn, flatulence, exposed to epi
demio from change of climate or weather, or on
the decline from previous diseases, do not fail
to try a bottle of Prof. Wood's Restorative Cor
dial and Blood Renovator. . It will strengthen
you, exhilarate and build up the weakened or
gans of the system. Only one dose will be re
quired to convinoe you of its wonderful tonic
powers. New York Timet,
Eolloway's Pills.
"A Deed Without a Name." Parenta desi
rous of beholding their offspring reach a vigor
ous manhood, with mind untainted and faculties
undiminished or of preserving them from a
mine of hidden destruction a worse than livine
death, will find an able coadjutor in these cele
brated remedies.- Sold by all Druggists, atS5o..
C2o., and $1 per box.
TELEGRAPHIC
REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.
LATEST NEWS FROM EUROPE.
mjf f 1 . ,
T t , . "'eamsh'p City
Baltimore, from Liverpool 24th ult.. and I
of
Queenstown afternoon of the 25th, arrived tbie
morning; bringing 27,740 in specie i and tbe
U. 8. mails, tier advices are two days later
than the AdriatlO g. . , , . I
A prospectus has been received at Iilveroooll
with influential support, for a eompany to run
steamers direct from Liverpool to New Orleans.
Another company is formed for Charleston.
Tbe latter starts the first steamer In July.
The House of Commons rejected Mr. Berk
ley's annual motion in favor of the ballot, by
1X3 majority. .........
The French fleet Is ordered to be fitted out to
convey tbe French troops home from Syria. .
a commercial treaty Between francs and
Belgium is reported to have been signed.
Prince Napoleon, at the instance of the fam
lly counoil, has abandoned bis intention of going
to cogiana to seea satisfaction oi tne tmoor
Aumale. ' ' '
Bourse firm at C8 f. .-..'... : , ,.. i .
The Italian Chambers agreed, by a large ma
jority to consider Garibaldi's project for arming
tne country.
The independence Uelqe states deoidedlv that
negotiations between Paris and Turin for open
ing Rome to Italian approach bad a favorable
conclusion. ' - "
Affairs at Warsaw remain unchanged. i
It is asserted that Hayti requests a Spanish
protectorate. '- ' '
London. The funds inactive, without the
slightest fluctuation In consols. They olosed
on the 21st ult., at 9192 for money, and
9214 for accounts. Tbere was rather an in
creased demand for money on the 23d, and but
few transactions below 4s. The foreign ex
changes continued to fall. .,; . ' ,,
LATEST VIA QUEENSTOWN.
It is stated that the Pope is more than ever
resolved not to quit Rome. ' . .
ferfeot harmony bad been restored between
Garibaldi, tavour and Cialdini.
London, Tnursday. Consols
9I92 for
monev and accounts. Sales of Cotton Wed
nesday and Thursday, 30.000 bales: speculators
and importers took 10,000 bales. Closed firm,
with an advancing tendenoy, JJreadatuus very
dull and nominal, owing to favorable crops and
weather. Provisions steady, 111 . 0 shares 29
discount: Eries25 V.
Breadstdfps. I ne weather has been fine tor
crops, wakeneia, msn a uo. report: Hour
very dull and slightly easier at 2830s. Wheat
steady and in fair demand at full rates; lis 3d
ai2at)d for red, and 12sbd(ai3a for white.
Corn very slack, and oOered atM decline, with
out buyers; mixed and yellow at 35s 6d3Gs;
white at dbda. Kichardson, B pence & Co
report: Wheat dull. Corn heavy and depressed.
ueei ana rort steady, witnout improvement.
Bacon slow ot sale, and Long Middles and Com
berland Cut offered at 4849s. Lard very slow
at &355s. Tallow quiet and unchanged at
Dawjaoa. spirits oi Turpentine steady at 31s
sugar nrmaua in good demand, uouee steady
London JttAiKTS Breadstuff n dull and
BS JiT nZr.VLZ1
Tea quiet. Rice very flat and drooping. Tal
low quiet.
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Washington May 6. Messengers from Al-
I exaouns. repor mat large oumuer m, people
I had fled the city, in view of the contemplated
attack by tne federal troops,! ni -... , ... ..j i
Abont4,uuuot tne Kebel troops arrived on
Sunday from the direotioo of Richmoad, bur
seeing a federal fleet coming up tbe rotofnaO,
thn eanaiMd tnwarrla llarrim'd Ferv. ' " '
The Herald't dispatch also says the Maryland
Commissioners were told by tbe President, it was
not tbe intention of the Government to retali
ate for tbe attaok by Baliimoreant oa Northern
troops, but It was determined to assert Its right
ot way tnrougn Baltimore at aif .naaards,, ,,?
NlW YORE. Mav 4. A Baltimore diBnatKrilaluaaW
the Times says it is believed the railroad
Wheeling will be taken possession of mvm. ::
,1 he secession troops only hold tbe road be-
noou v.. -M- u.ikiwui i a r
i ne wnoie secession government or Alary
land is demoralized by the prompt movement
troops. It, Is irumored that Camden station,
- 1 Baltimore will be occupied, Monday morning,
I aetaenment irom tne ueiay tiouse
Ntw Yoir. Mav G. Snecial Washineton
dispatches say it was the 6th Massachusetts
Kegiment wnicn W)OK tne fteiay Iiouae, joined,
. . wa. . . ,.
by tbe New York 8th and another from Annap.
olln.1 1 .
I Tbe Vireinla rebels boast or having eobd men
' HrP F7y, bat authentlo accounts fix
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w reueii sire preparing to remove tne maohioe-
I rJ "e Armory to Richmond. ; tA
WasHiNorow. Mav S ft i.'..m rin. n..
and the Rhode Island troops Will soon more
T.'Ifl O'fl I'll
"New 'Yost.', Ma '.Ca ' .rt.ZA.tV JLlit
audi says It Isburrently eeheyed that the PMiident
wm anuw aauuier prwiamailon 'to du ( Mnn.
itj.) ' f . . . , 7 K
France and the Southern Confederacy—Correspondence
Ministers.
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?i Washington, May 5. The State Department
has famished, the press witn tue oinoiai corres
pondence ; between Ministers Faulkner and
Thouvenei, on American affairs. Mr. Faulkner
informed ' him that the President entertained
full confldenoe in the speedy restoration of bar
mony and nnity In the Government; that events
might nroduoe temporary inconvenience to
Frenoh subjects, but all injury should be in
damnified: that the President thought it not Im
probable that appeal will be made to foreign
uovernmenta by the Confederate States for re
cognition of independence; and when such ap
peal is made. It shall be opposed by the Minis
ters wno may then represent the United mates.
Mr. Faulkner said, the only request he hid to
make was, that no proposition for recognizing
toe aismemberment or the Union snail do con
sidered by France till the arrival of the new
Minister, who will be fully instructed.
M. Thouvenei replied, that no application had
yet oeen made to the t rencn uovernmenc, ana
that it never aoted hastilv on such Questions.
He assured Faulkner that no precipitate action
would be taken on the subject by the Emperor.
He said the established usage was, to recognize
do facto governments, when a proper easels
maae out.
In reply to a question, Mr. Faulkner said he
thought force would not be used. The only
solution waa a modification or the Constitution,
or a peaceable acquiescence in the claim of a
separate sovereignty.
' ai. Thouvenei thought tue employment ot
lorce unwise.
In the Secretary of State's instructions to
minister Dayton, the latter is directed to con
eider instructions to the former Minister by tbe
President aa unchangeable, notwithstanding any
opinion expressed or recorded by bis predeces
sor: to assure M. Thouvenei that no difference
of opinion exists between the President and Cab
inet; that the oath is plainly marked out by
plain necessity, and not at the bands of this Ad
ministration; and to indicate to France that her
assurance that she will not take any hasty steps.
is considered satisfactory, although attended by
reservations.
Seoretary Seward says in reply to Mr. Faulk
ner's answer that "force would not be used,"
etc., that the time when these questions had any
pertinence had passed, insurgents, wflh deadly
war, tried to compel the government to recognize
tbe dismemberment of the Union. We have
accepted the civil war as an inevitable necessity.
Constitutional remedies are still open to tbe in
eurgents, and will remain so. You cannot be too
deoided In making known to the French gov
ernment that no idea does or will exist of suffer
ing dissolution of the Union to take place in
any way, peaceably or forcibly. It has never
entered the mind of any candid statesman here,
apd it Is high time that it be dismissed by Euro
pean statesmen.
SEWARD.
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SraiNeriELo, Mo., May 4 Hon. Mr. Phelps
addressed the largest meeting held here since
the secession excitement commenced. He con
sidered secession unconstitutional, and believed
in revolution only, when evils become so great
that civil war is preferable. Missouri should
not take part in the war between the North and
the South, commenced without consultation with
her. He approved of Gov. Jackson's refusal to
send troops to aid the Federal Government, and
expressed the hope that the border btates will
aat as mediators, and stay the hand of civil
war. He believed that the military law of 1836
and 1837 should be re-enacted, as that entailed
nq expense on the State. He regretted that
USASUIt UMI aCtOEKn WD VIU1UDUVD UI DCUVDOIUU
Md expected the people to stand firm against
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v u-ginia una passed we ordinance oi secession,
to the finally expressed will of thepeople.be
would vote against secession.
Aft.. Phoin. RAiUYuri . ri.n..a
.inniat. .rnlr fm. . fam mlnntu. .hon I.iria.
n. .tiui t him K.;fl HniinhoH m.
ooonletelv.
Secession is declining in this county.
Washington, May 4. Tbe Maryland Legis
lative committee, iu their Interview with the
President thie morning, admitted both the richt
and tbe power of the Government to bring troops
tnrougn Baltimore or tne Btato, and to take any
measures tor tnepubiio satetv which in the dis
cretion of the President might be demanded,
either by actual or reasonably apprehended ex
igsncies. . , , .,'.
They expressed their belief that no imme
diate enort at secession or. resistance or tbe fed
eral authorities would be attempted by the Leg
islature or the State authorities, and asked that
in this view the State should as long as possi
ble be spared the evils of a military occupation,
or a mere revengeful chastisement for .former
transgression.
:;The President replied that their suggestions
and representations should be considered, but
that he should now say no more than that the
publio Interests, and not a spirit of revenge,
should determine bis measures.
New York, May 4. The steamer Columbia,
ith the Albany Burgesses Corps, Salem
Zoo&ves, a detachment of the 71st regiment,
and 12 twelve-pound howitzers for the 7th regi
ment, sailed this afternoon.
Tbe PotV$ special learns on good authority
that the secessionists have planned for a fierce
conflict with the . Federal troops that may at
tempt a passage through Baltimore. General
Patterson has prepared a flying railroad battery
of artillery for nse on the Annapolis and Wash-
tnntflrs Milawtarl It la PAnnprArl st fr tall aarins-
gtoniati have been warned to leave Washing
ton: '
The City of Washington and the Bavaria
sailed for Europe this afternoon. No specie.
Uaptain Lngle bas been ordered to tbe com
mand of tbe frigate Cumberland.
Washington, May 4. The New York C9th
Regiment will forthwith be located in tbe
neighborhood of Georgetown.
ine uoverament nas Deen oinoiaiiy advised
that at the latest dates no Commissioners from
the Confederate States had presented tbcmselres
at tne rrencn conrt.
The State Department has instructed the new
Minister to Paris, Mr. Dayton, to explicitly
make known to the French Government that
there Is not now, nor has there been, nor will
tbere be, any or the least idea existing in this
Government of suffering a dissolution of the
Union to take place in any way whatever.
Wm. H. Aspinwall and Cjrus W. Field ar-
rlrcd here tOrday.
Wheelino, Vs., May 4. An immense Union
meeting was held here to-day. lion, frank
rierpont, from Marion county, and u. u. Al.
Porter, of Hanoock county, late members of the
convention, addressed tbe neonle in able sneeoh.
i es, Brglng resistance to tbe eeoession Urdl-
nanoe, and favoring a division of tbe State.
Resolutions were adopted, approving the aotion
of the merchants at their late meeting, denun
ciatory of secession, and declaring adhesion to
the Union. Thirty-four delegates were appoint
ed tq tbe convention oi tne western counties ot
Virginia, to be held on the 13th of May.
- A large meeting or similar character was held
at uiarksburgn, Harrison county, yesterday.
Caiho, May 4. Gen. Pillow, Gen. Ely and
other prominent oinoers ot tne uonieueme ar
to! Heavy guns are arriving there daily. .
I - r.ni Pmniio. mmmiui;i nffiniw t thia nntn
just received the following dispatch from three
I 01 mo muei prumiueut Givizen oi v.iuvinnaii.
"Gen, Pillow has several steamers readv
Memphis:, he meditates an immediate attack
Cairo." " , , . . '
Col. Prentiss replied: "Let bim comet he will
leant to dig a ditch on the right side. Iam
ready."- w ,v. ' ; -
Louisville, May 4th. The rote of Louie
. I Til 1 a iL - t -i . ! . .
vine larom sue union, vauamates were eiecv
ed to the Border State Convention by majorities
is nnn . - o nnn ftl a i 1
lruui u.uuu mj o,uuu, . iue oecesmuu vicaet
some; time since withdrawn. The Union vote
supposed to be larger than any aggregate
ever.pouca. . ,, .. t. -...
'BfwTOK. Ma 4 A eneolal unalnn nf
Legislature is called tor the 14th Inst.
Tbe funeral or the soldiers killed at Baltimore
took! place to-day at Lawrence ,with imposing
ceremonies ;it m.iwm'o
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, RiiiHo Suii, Ind., May 4.The vote at Rab
bit Hash, Boone comity, Kentooky, opposite
this tllrafTflV ,yas' for tbe Crlttenden-Gutbrle
ticket by IU.1' The total rote last November
was 136. ;
BALTiMoM.rMair1 5 The New .York 52d,
and Massachusetts 8th Regiments, arrived at
noon at the Relay House, took posiesslon of the
telegraph, and planted eight nowiuers on me
viaduot, and invested the place. a nis gives iuii
oommand of the road to and from tbe West,
and onta off telaffranbio communication with
Harnet's Ferrv. ft is rumored this movement
looks to the retaking of that place.
Half the members of the Legislature are In
RahimorA. If eommunication is cut Off With
Frederick, most of them will not get there till
to-morrow. . .
Foar Keaenet. Mav 4. The Pony Express
from San Francisco 24th ult., arrived to-day.
Business good. Tbe country was unsettled
by the political news from the East.
The aettlera' difficulty in Santa Clara county
continues, and 1.700 men are said to be In armed
resistance to the enforcement of the decree of
the Court fiectinc- settlers from Lbenallo ranch,
It is unknown what course the Governor will
pursue.
The Indians are again troublesome in North
ern counties, but vigorous and eo far successful
eaorts are being made against mem.
New York. Mav 4. The Secretary of the
Treasury has instructed the Collector not to
grant leave ot absence to employees volunteer
ing. They must resign or not volunteer.
Tbe Jersey coast guard seized two schooners
loaded with 3,800 kegs and 1,160 barrels of
powder. . , .
Tbe Commercial's special dispatch says armed
vessels are stationed off Alexandria for the pro
tection of fishermen who have been fired into
and fish taken from them.
Maj. Anderson has arrived at Washington.
The frigates Niagara and Minnesota are or
dered to sail immediately.
It is said the President will demand the re
storation of Gosport Navy Yard and Harper's
r erry.
The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co have of
fered the Government the nse of their rolling
stock. ij-
Baltihoue. Mav 4. The Senate sot providing a
Committee of Safety is considered ss good as lost.
The Union feeling is gaining through the State.
Workmen are actively engaged in repairing
the Northern Central Railroad. They meet
with no opposition, and the people are rejoiced
at the prospect of a speedy reopening of travel.
A Government steamer has been running be
tween Baltimore and Havre de Grace.
Washington, May 6 All tbe bridges de
stroyed will be reopened by Wednesday. Work
men, aided Dy me people, are bard at work.
The 7i'mes' Baltimore disnatch savs all hut
four companies of tbe militia have been dis
charged. A member oi the Police Board admits
tbe reception of two thousand rifles bv tbe se
cessionists from Harper's Ferry.
Washington, May 6. Gen. Scott sent dis
patches to Gen. Butler, at Annapolis, giving him
tnree days to take possession of tbe Relay
House, nine miles from Baltimore.
Butler responded that he would have reli
gious services there to day.
This is done to co operate with the Pennsyl
vania troops advancing upon Baltimore on the
other side.
Gen. Harney, in a letter to Col. 0' Fallon, of
St. Louis, says he will continue in the service
of the Government which has bestowed honor
on him so long as its faithful and Ioval
soldier; that secession leads to anarchy. He
implores Missouri not to ruin herself, and be
come the instrument of mad, ambitious disun
ionists. Indianapolis. Mav 4. Thn Lo-tala.tnrA tn.il..
passed a bill authorizing the Governor to call
into immediate service, for one year, six regi-
mentB oi volunteers lor tne def ence or tbe state.
An additional apnropriation of $500,000 will be
made for purchasing arms, and placing the State
on a complete war footing. .
About thirty companies of the State requisition
are already here in camp, and the balance will
be here by Tuesday, making twelve regiments
of Federal and State troops.
- Hagisstown, Mil., May 4. There is great
rejoicing a.i msj success ot tne union ticket.
. At the special election for members of tbe
legislature, toe union eanamaje's majority was
4.UUU. .... .
At Cumberland tbere was (real enthusiasm
oyer tne aeieat or tne putmo safety bill.
Ntw York, May 4. A letter from tbe inte
rior of South Carolina says that, while the
writer was absent at Charleston, a fight with
negroes occurred in his town. They burned
tour dwellings sod eight stores in the town, and
four more in the vioinity. Eight negroes were
hung, and a dozen more would soon be hong. ,
(N. f. Herald's special dispatch.)
Fcrsyvillc, May 4. There ere now thirty
thousand troops in Washington, including; tbe
Pennsylvania troops who oame through Balti
more Tbe troops will take possession of Alex
andria to-morrow. The American Sag floats
oyer Havre De urace. ,,
New York, May 5. The HerM'i special
dispatch says Ellsworth's Zouaves and the R. I.
artillery are ordered to Alexandria, Annapolis
and Baltimore, and for twenty one miles each
side of the track of the Baltimore and Ohio
Road have erected a Military Depot, command
ed by Gen. Butler. ; ' . ; : ; ,
Augusta, 6a., May 4. Six hundred thousand
dollar loao otierea tne state by banks at from
par w iuur per ucui. premium; -(i .
Paris, Kr., May 4. This precinct elves 375
majority for the Union Ticket. Bell's vote was
305: . ... - ;. . :,.-. .
Kaethee Point, May 610 A. M. -There
are no signs of the steamer North Star off this
point. . : .
THE MARKETS.
Cleveland Market.
SATURDAY May 4.
I
FLOUR Steady, moderate demand for roM Qualities.
Extra red wheat brands sell at 75015 00. and moot
brands XX red wheat at $S1SXS5. Bale to day 100
DDis.AAreaaie juu, ana several smaiisriots at quota-
WHEAT Receipts small with a fair local demand at
1 09 for red on trees and 1 10 from store. White U
scarce at 11 Si from store. Sales reported 1 ear nd at
91 10 from store, and 9,000 bushel ted at tl 10 from
store. -'..: .
OORN-stsady with. salsotlSOO bushels at 37 from
store. s
OATS readily taken as received at Mo. on track.
MMeB FOKK Brm at 117 00 ha lota for No. 1 and
17 SO by thefewbbls.
UAaisaBUUULUKlts sale luoo lbs food eountrr
uams hw, snouiaers steady at ve.", ' .,'
liAnu quiei at ve.
BUl'TEH-dull: eood MCked hu been sold In small
loU for Lake Buporior at 19. Boll In bbls quiet at IS
u wn an ooeasionai sale of Choice W . K. In (mall neck
ages ior ciiy um ai ivo.
uhkube uncnannea; qnietal8Kor r
KUOS steady at89. , vi.'-. V
IllUHTflHEB dull at 1S19 Xo. : '
: I ... '" l""i' x ;
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, May 6.
,
at
on
was
tha
.
marksl dull,
heavy for common grades; sales of 4.500 bbls at SV$3
for superan state; ivaia ju for extra state; iijii
for luper&ne western) IS 55 SO for oommon to medi
um txtra western; asausseo for shipping brands
extra Round Hood Ohio.,. Canadian Hour hears: aalea
I sl" ??Ck7 . V ' '
"vu-sv at s loqworopmrnon technic
,uirHBAT-Uesof l.ooo' bushel, at iaa delivered
for Milwaukee club; t 70 for white Michigan; $135
lor wmio cie; ai in swreior tea western.' i
RYB quiet at 07c.(0Bo. ' , .
BARLKK dall and heavy; sales of S.SOObuih atate
atooo.- ' .. . i
ourn receipts s,DJ3 ossn. I market in favor of amen.
with only United business doine-, at B7dB08o. for mixed
Western, and two. for round yellow. . ,
uaxb dun at iMotsoo. for western. Canadian
State. '
l'OTK auiet and icsreery so Brm: sales of ISO Mils.
al it ou isr mesa, ana i.i no ior prime.
be er steady; sales oi im bbls. at aa 75.
rinT HVATH dull. - ....
LARD dull and heavy; sales of 150 bbls at o.(l
BUTTER In fair request at, 14aJ14o. for new Ohio,
,A l!baiin! fnmav Rtmla.
1 and likl8c: for new Bute
CHEESE eteady at 4(9Kc. for common to nrima
WHIUKV-rery quiet, with nrloes wlthoat .tri.inv
COFf EE dull and in faver ef the bayey 100
Lus-navra at 13' . i i - ... .
SL OAR rule dill, sales 187 hade Cuba at 4X&iKe.
. mi ......j... . i n ..... '
mwunuiruiwnwf ,ri i-' m1 . i. ....
MOLAHBE8 Dull and droopls. .11 'I uli M
. BT0UE8. moderately aeUve and Mteri ainur
exokange both dull; M M i ; 111 0 sorip SOW;
31 Jf; Pao Mall Erie Sltf: 0 Q 57 0 a LXi
M 0 Wi N Y 0 78Xl Mo X; Tenn S7 Oal Tt
D 0 t'gfl; refistsreB 70 Ireamri l paj sent.
Cincinnati Market
f tOTJB was rally maintained at Itae point It has held
for aeveral days, buttbeaotivlty of the demand li hardly
aigreataeltiraayeaterday. The itock li light and aalee
proauoean apprecraoio eneoion we martin.
WHEAT la Marce and very sparingly offered. The
mlllen narrow their purchases closely, so that the mar
set on tbisartiole of grain Is Learly Incomplete sus
pense, neqnow prime tma, nominally. i to a 1 ui;
prime mnierni iu.
CORN is kept at the old figure, 34c.
OATS aro steady at S8o.
BABLBI has no market. Quotations range from 60
to flSo for prime fall.
BY Is In bnt moderate rsaaastat the last Quotations
tl 10 ou.
WHISKY has a weak market at 12 o. Ctn. Cam,
MayO.
Philadelphia Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
PHILADELPHIA, May 6.
,
fLouR Quiet. Whut Dull. Whlta at snail Ml;
IS?1 mm 33' 0o,u,-fl58'- Wburt-DuII, lift
10
10
.
.
'
bags
'
and
Read
73;
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
RSWABK OHIO,
"Ianufacinrera of all kinds of For
taDie and stationary Steam En-g-lnea,
Haw inillsj, urist JUtlla,
Ac, &C.
ZAJfXS BODLEYBtatml H. db t. BLAND YBeatml
J. A J. B. DUYALL Beaten lit COLUMBUS
UACBTKS CO. Beattnll II SRADtORD
t CO. Beatmtlllt
Our Portable Engine and Saw Kill
Was awarded the first premium of 50 at the Indiana
State fair for 160 over Lane fcBodley's on account of
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior character of lumber sawed.
Our Stationary Engine waa awarded at the same Vulr
the first premium of SHOO.
Our Portable Engine was awarded the first premlu n of
1100 at the Fair at Memphis, Tenn., oyer Blandy's Du
vall's, Oolumbus Machine Co's., and Bradford fc Go's.,
by a committee of practical Railroad Xogineers.
ror price ana lerais aauress
WlIiLAUD WARNER, Treasurer.
decS-dkwlyeols. Newark, Ohio
MRS, WINSLOW,
Aa experienced Nurse end Female Physician, presents
to me attention oi mothers, iter
800 THINGS YRUP.
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
which neatly facilitates the process of teething, by soft
ening the gums, reduoing all inflammation wil 1 allay
Abb rAlH ana spasmodic action, and Is
8CJKE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
Depend npon it, mothers, It will give rest to yourselves
and
WHEt AUD HEALTH TO TOUB DfFANlS.
We have put up and sold this article for over ten years.
and 0 AN SAT, IS OONflDKNCK AND TRUTH, of it.
what we have never been able to say of any other medl-eine-NKVKR
BAB IT FAILED, IN A SINGLE IN8T
ANCB, TO EFFECT A CURB, when timely used. Nev
er did we know an Instance of dissatisfaction bv any one
who used IU On the contrary, all are delishted with Its
operations, and speak in terms of commendation of its
magical eSects and medical virtues. We speak In this
mailer nuAT u uw:" srier ten years' en
rience.
LKDOK OUH REPUTATION FOR
ripe
TliS
FUUIXslENT OF WHAT WE HIRE DECLARE. In
almost every instance when tbe infant is snfferinr from
pain and exhaustion, relief will be found In fifteen or
twenty minutes after theByrup Is administered. -
This valuable nrenaratlon is the nreaerlntlon of one of
the most EXPERIENCED and SKILLFUL NURSES In
New England, and has been used with NEVER FAIL-
INU SUCCESS in
THOUSANDS OF CASES.
Itnotonly relieves the child from naln. but Invlior
ates the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and givei
tone and energy to the whole system . It will almost in
tantly relieve
GKiPiia rar the bowels, avd wind colic
and overcome convulsions, which. If not speedily rente
aieo, ena in aeatn. ne oeneve it tne BKB1' and BUB
1ST REMEDY IN IH1 WORLD, In all cases ofDYS
INTBBY and DIARRIKEA IN CHILDREM, wheth
It arises from teething, or from any other eanse. Wa
would say to every mother who hasa child snfTering from
any or the foregoing complaints DO NOT LET YOUB
ruajuuiuae muu tum ruKJUuiOKB or other
stand between you and your suffering child, and the re-
iiei mat win De bub yes, auboluxkl buke to
follow the.use of this medicine, If timely used, lull di
rections tor nsing will accompany each bottle. None
snuine unless tne lac simue of uuutib rEK&lNS,
ew York, I on the outside wrapper.
noia ny an urngguis tnrougnout tne worn.
Principal Office, 13 Cedar Street N.V.
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
oeCW-dtwly. '. . .' .
ADVERTISEMENT.
' lor the INSTANT BELIEF
and PERMANENT CURB of th
distressing complaint ass
EN DIMS
BEOHCHIAL CIGARETTES,
Made by 0. B. SETMOtTR 00., 107 Nassau St., N. T
race vi per box! sent rree ny post.
OH BALI AT ALL DBDOOISTS.
ayt-dawlyli ,
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE.
Steam Between Ireland and America
NEW YORK, BOSTON AND GALWAY,
Thefollowlnr new and marnlfleent flnt-olass paddle
wheel steamships com pose ine acovs une:
ADRIATIO. 5,888 tons burthen, Oapt, J. Uadet
(formerly of the Collins Line.)
HIBERNI A. . 4.400 tons burthen, Oapt. N. Faowsa.
COLUMBIA. 4,I0 " " K.LIITCU.
ANOLIA. 4,400 " j -,. Niosouon.
paoisio, seoo " " " 1. 6nn.
PRINOK ALBS RT. (Screw.)
" . - i j . w tun
fins of the above shins will leave New York or Boston
alternately every Tuesday fortnight, for Oalway, ear
ring tne government mails, wucning at oi. jonns
.9. . .. .
The Steamers of this line have been constructed with
the greatest care, under the supervision of the govern
ment, have water-tight compartments, and are unexcel
led lot oomfort, safety and speed by any steamers sfloat.
They are oommanded by able and experienced officers,
and every exertion will ne maue w promote ine oomion
of passengers.
. . a . . 1 . . v .vi -
AU expcrienoeu ourgeen aivsuuau vm vacu suip.
' . HATES Or PASSAGE.
tint-class N . Y . or Boston to Gal way or Liverpool a 100
Becendelass. " " . 7S
rirsMlass, " " to Bt John's - '35
Third-claaa. ' " ' " to Oalway or Liverpool.
or any town in ireiasa, on a itaiiway, - - in
ThlrdHilassnassenrersare liberally supplied wllh pro
visions of the best quality, cooked and served by the ser
vants of the Company. '
" ' RETURN TICKETS. ,
Parties wishing to send for their friends from the old
country can obtain tickets from any town on a railway, in
Ireland, or from tne prinoipai oiues oi jingiana ana soar
land, at very low rates. . ,
. Passsnsers for New York, arriving by the Boston
Steamers, will be forwarded to New York free of obarge.
for passage or runner inionnauou, wpv iy w i-
. Wm.H. WI0K.HAU. ..
Al tha ofllee of the Oompany, on the wharf, foot of
Oanal street. Hew tork. . ,:t
. n HUWLANU St ADriCTYTAIJU, Agenta. ,
aprlllftdSm. . .
employment.
rrUIK BtTBSCRIBERv DEALING IN
X St Staple Article will famish employment
a few aouve men to aot aa agenia tor tneir suuse,
preference will be given to those wno are wen acquarof
d in the district tor which they apply.
lor which services they are willing to pay a saarj
ef from . ...... , , .
(600 to $800 per year, and Kzpensee.
Vol further particulars address '
' f- w. B. M0RBH0U81 It 00. 1
!' : v. an4S, Exchange Place,
tanSO- d3a. i Jersey City. N. J.
T)EPEI.IANT OB WATER-PROOF
IV CLOAK CLOTHS. Also, other makes ef Spring
Cloak Cloths, In all desirable mixture, Bindings, Tea
gels and Button M ma ton. . wain sa nun,
aprilS . - Ho. W South High street
mm
to
Am
PBICZ8 SEDUCED
from the New ork Observer.
As all parties mannfactnrtDi- Bewinr Machines are ob
liged lo pay Mr. Howe a lloense on each machine told.
and are a so compelled to make returns to blm, under
oath, as to the number sold, his books gWeacorrertstate
menc. rrom uiis reliable source we hare obtained ina
following statistics. Or the machines made In the year
ibou, mere were sold.
By Wheeler k Wilson 91.3(15 .
" I. M. Oliver A Co IO.!i53
' - " drover fc Baker 10,SJ0
Showing the sales of Wheeler k Wilson to be iovhU
those of any other Company."
Awarded the highest premiums at the '
Dolled States fairs of 1HM, 18511 and I860;
also at the
Ohio State fairs of ISM and 1BKS:
and at nearly all tbe County fairs in the Stale.
Our prices, at the late redaction, are a low at any
loee ttUM macnine now mo, ana dm a nine nigner man
the Interior two thread chain tUch machintt, now
forced nnon tbe market.
The WHIELBR fc WILSON MA0HIN1 makes the
Loci Stioh the onlyone which cannot be raveled. It
is lun ok Bora Sinnof the goods, leaving no rvlge or
ehainonth wider. tide.
All machintt warranted 3 veart, and inttructlon
given In their use, free of charte.
11. ORARY,81 High at., Oolumbus, 0.
WM. SUMNEB fc CO.,
dec.1-3awd3mfcw6m Pike's Opera House. Cincinnati.
fiBEAT CURE.
DR. LEL AND'S
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND'
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Rheumatism, Goat and Neuralgia,
AND A SURE CURE FOR
Mercurial Diseases.
AU
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 chanie 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 medi
cines, which weaken and destroy the constitution, and
live temporary relief only. By Ibis treatment, the med
icinal properties contained In the Band come in contact
with the blood and reach the disease, through the pores
of the skin, effecting In entry instance a perfect cure,
and restoring the parts afflicted to a healthy condition.
Ibis Band is also a mostpowerful Ahti Mhscurul agent,
and will entirely relieve tbe system from.the pernicious
effeoti of Mercury. Moderate cases are cured In a few
diiys, and we are constantly receiving testimonials of Its
efficacy in aggravated cases of long standing.
fKtci sjv.uu, to tie had ot Druggists generally, or oen
besentby mall or express, with full directions for nie,
to any part of the country, direct from the Principal
Office,
Ho. 409 BROADWAY, New York.
.6. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors.
N. 8. Descriptive Circulars Sent Free.
JSy AKents Wanted Everywhere. v
mb28lyisorlstp.d&w
DUES9 GOODS,
New and Attractive.
mozambiqoes,
tsavixino poflins,
Chini Pofuns,
POIL DE ChETRES,
GmziLLis,
French Chintzes,
French Muslins,
French Organdies,
Chinese Washing Silks,
Elegant Dress Silks,
. Heavt Basque and Mantle Silks;
And al 1 other hew and fashionable materials most In
demand for handsome Dresses and Mantillas.
BAIN SON,
spi29 No. 28 South High street.
; Red, White and Blue
DELAINES,
CALICOES,
MILKS,
IfDCUL IlKSf.
Just opened by
B1TN k SON,
No. 29 South nigh street.
aprS9
J)0 YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
BELLIHGHAM'S
CELEBRATED
Stimulating Ongucnt,
' For the Whiskers and Hair
The subscribers take pleasure In announcing othe
Oitisens of the United Btates, that they have obtained tbe
Agency for, and are now enabled to oner to the American
public, the above justly celebrated and world-renowned
article. The
STIMULATING ONGUENT
la prepared by Da. C. P. BELLINQTIAM, an eminent
physician of London, and Is warranted to bring out a
thick set ot
Whiskers or a Mustache
In from three to six weeks. This article is the only one
of the kind used by the French, and la London and Paris
it is in universal use. -
It Is a beautiful, economical, soothing, yet stimulating
compound, aoting as If by msgic upon the roots, causing
a beautiful growth of luxuriant hair, if applied to the
scalp, it will cure balohsm, and cause to spring np in
place or the bald spots a One growth of new nair. ad
plied according to oireotione, it will torn aso or towi
nair bark, and restore arav hair to Its oriitnal color.
leaving It soft, smooth, and flexible. The "OiraoaxT" is
an Indispensable article in every gentleman's toilet, snd
after one week's use they would not for any consideration
bewithoutlt.
The subscribers are the only Agents for the article In
the United Btates, to whom all orders mutt be addressed.
Price One Dollar a box for sale by all Druggists and
Dealers; or a box of the "Onguent" (warranted to htve
the desired effect) will be sent to any who desire It, by
mall (direct), securely packed, on receipt of prios and
postage, 91.18. Apply to or address
HORACE L. EKOEMAN 00.,
' D10MISTS, SCO.,
feb30dAsw6m 4 William Btreet, New-York.
i WM, KNABE t CO.,
AT THEIH NEW BAEiEW-.!! sansii n.
BOOM, SO. IM BALTLMOST.,lj
NOB. 1, S, Sand 7 N. BUT AW BTKET,
Offer for sals their celebrated ;
GOLDEN MEDAL,
UKANU
. j ANDSQARE
PIANO-FORTES. .
Being htahly recommended by the first Professors and
Musical Amateurs of the country, and . .. ,
EVERT
INSTRUMENT
WARRANTED f OR '
' PIVETEAR3.
The most fastidious customer may rely upon being
pleased In every respect.
Terms llDerai. naiano,vui
SELTZER tWEBBTEtt, Agents,
clSMilydw. . . . Oolumbua. Ohio.
EKTfil PAPEK COLliAKS AND
Neck Ties.
' Handsome end economical. Also,..;;
Silk Ties, ,, t , .
nirtsy
Linen sjoimre,
Half lloae,
Urawers, Ac.
BAIN BON,
,aprS9 . No. SO Bouta High street.
J3i CARD.
TT AVISO THIS DAY "OLD OCR
XX Stock of Groceries to 0. B.DMHINO, we cheerfully
recommend Dim to our out patrons snu menas.
THUS. WAf.tt.SiD, tt DJH
Oolumbus, March 89th, 186 1 epl-dtf
Notice,
Notice, CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS.
fTMIE FOLLOWING CHANGES WERE
L made In the th officers ot this Bank, January
1H01. to wit: Wm. A. Purr, President, and Thobus
Moania. Cashier; resigned their oflloes. David Tavlos
Iso., waa then elected President and WW. A. Purr
pointed Cashier.
... By order of (ha Board of Directors. ' - ' "
WOUtf. ' W. A. PLATT, Cashier,
, fekt,
. U r si.trie vnHElB LACE BUTTS
I
I iVi of lgnt qualities for Ladies; also, MIs' MItt
great variety
asayU
,..
29th,
ap
CASADIAfl & TOTTED STATES HAIL
: '4 STEAMERS ' U -
TO AN II FMOIM
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
Liverpool, MontreaJ,' Quebec,
and .. ,
The Montreal Ocean Steamship Company's Srit class
full-powered Clyde-built Steamers sail Try
?f1:???.,ronJ0,?'I'I'N1' "rrlngth. Canadian and
United States Mail and passengers,
NORWEGIAN. . ; NORTH AMERICAN,
BOHEMIAN, ANGLO'S AXON.
NORTH BRITON, HIBERNIAN,
CANADIAN, NOVA SOOTI AN.
Shortest, Cheapest and QalckcatCoif
.- veyamce tresu . . , ,
AKEBICA TO ALT, PASTS 07 EtTEOPK.
Rates of Passage) to Europe.
30, 60. SSO.
Will sail from LIVERPOOL ererr Wednesday,
and from QUE HBO every Saturday, ealllof at
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and la'd Mails and
Passengers, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
ITr'These Steamers are built of Iron. In i.r.iiii,t
compartments, carry each an experienced Burgeon, and
.m, .iwutwu m miu tu wo wnian nnu accommoda
tion of psssengers. As they nroceed direct tn umnou.
DKRY, the gieat risk and delay of calling at St. John's
Is avoided. -
Qlasiiow Dassennre are furnished with ran t.w.
tickets to and from Londonderry.
ueiurn nonets granted at reduced rates.
Certificates Issued for carrying to and hrlnilnmnt n.
sengers from all the principal towns of Great Britain and
irciana.ai reaucea rates, nythli line of steamers, and
by the WASHINGTON LINE Ot BAILING PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool every week. . i '
Sight Draft for XI and upwards paj-
sis nngiuna, Ireland, scot
land or Wale.
For '
Lr,Fe' II1 "S Offlo- 23 BROAII.
WA1
aa, new lom.
t, and 19 WaTEK ST
Liverpool,
BABEL B2ASXX, General Agents,
J. R. ARMSTRONG,
nolo lydkw Btatesman Office, Columbus, Ohio.
HTJHNEWELL'S
t or all TIIKOAT and
LUNG COIflPLJUNTN,
including; Wiioopinu
COUGH, and every
Complaint the forerun
ner of, and even actual
CONSUMPTION.
The Great NLIJKAL
GIC KKiUEDY and Nat
ural OPIATE, adapted
to every specie of Ner
vosa Complaint, Ner.
vou and Chronic
Headache, sthcunia
tiaiu, Catarrb, Tooth
and Ear Ache, l.o of
Kleep, and Bowel Com.
plaint..
UNIVERSAL
COUGH
REMEDY.
HTTNlfE WELL'S
TOLU
ANODYNE.
No real Inst Ice can be done the above nrensraflnna
but by procuring and reading descriptive pamphlets.,
be found with all dealers, or Hill be sent by Proprietor
on demand. Formulas and Trial Bottles sent to Phvsi '
oians, who will find developments In both worthy tlieir
acceptance and approval.
correspondence solicited from all whose necessltlm ui
curiosity prompts to a trial of the above reliable Heme .
dies.
For sale by the usual wholesale and retail dealer
everywhere.
JOHN L. HimNEWEM., Propricto
CHEMIST AND PHARMACEUTIST,
Ho. 9 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Mass.
Roberta It Samuel. N. B. Manila. J R. Cook. J. at
Denig, 0. Denig St Sons. A. J. Schueller St Son. Agents
for Oolumbus, Ohio, my 1 -d I y
Dr. J. H. McfiEA.N'8
Strengthening Cordial and Blond
PURIFIER.
T he Cirealeet Remedy lis Ttin It or lit.
AND TUN
MOST SELICIOT8
ANT)
DELIGHTFUL
UUKDlAb
ever taken.
IT IS STRICT
ly a scientino and
Vegetable Compound,
procured by the distil
lation of Roots. Herbs
and Barks, Yellow
Dock, Blood Root,
Barsaparilla, Wild
Oherry Bark and Dan
delion enters into lts;-c
Tjcfore Taking," active remedial iiier laKing
principle ot each Ingredient Is thoroughly extmeted by
my new method of distilling, prodneing.j, iWllelrus. c
hilerating spirit, and the most 1NPALLIBLK iemat lor
renovating the diseased system, and restorlni he tick,
suffering snd debilitated INVALID to HEALTH and
STRENGTH.
MCLEAN'S STRENGTH EN IN U l'UH
DIAL
Will effectually ear
LITIS COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA. JADND101.
Chronic or Nervous Debility, Diseases of the Klilnevi."
and all diseases arising from a disordered Liver or Htom
son, Dyspepsia, uearttrarn, inwaru rues. Acidity or Hick
less Of tne stomach, fullness of uiooa to the lies J, Dull
tain or swimming in the head. Palpitation of the Heart
'ullness or Weight In the Stomach, Boar Eructations
Choking or suffocatin
feeling when bringdown. Drvneas
or Yellowness of the
kin and Eyes. Night Sweats, In
ward fevers, Pain In the small of the back, chest or side.
Sudden Hushes of Heat, Depression of Spirits, frightful
Dreams, Languor, Despondency or any Nervous Disease
Bores or Blotches on the Bkin, and Fever and Acne (or
Chills and fever.)
Orer a million of ttottlea
Have been sold during the last six months, and lorn In
stance has it failed in giving entire satisfaction Wbo,
then, will suffer from Weskaets or Debility when MC
LEAN'S STRENGTHEN IN8 CORDIAL will euis youl
no language can convey an adequate Idea of the Imme
diate and almost miraculous change produced by taking
this uoraiai in ins aiseaseu, ueouitated and shattered
nervous system, whether broken down by excess, weak by
nature, or Impaired by sickness, the relaxed and unstrung
organisation Is restored te Its pristine health and vigor.
WIABHIED PERSONS,
Or others conscious of Inability, from whatever cause,
will find McLean t Strengthening Cordial a thoronrh
regenerator of the system; and all who may have Injured
themselves by Improper Indulgences, will find in the Cor
dial a certain and speedy remedy.
To the Ladlea.
McLean s oirenginening
Cordial
Is a sovereign and speedy cure for
INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, WHITES :
Obstructed orDlffioult Menstruation, Incontinence of
Urine or Involuntary Discbarge thereof, Palling of the
Womb, Giddiness, Painting and all Diseases incidne t
females.
There Is do Mistake About it.
wBuffer no longer. Take It according to Directions.' If
t III stimulate, strengthen and Invigorate you and oauss
he bloom of health to mount your cheek epaln.
very bottle is warranted to give satistacUoa.
FOH CHILDREN.
If your ehlMren are sickly, puny, or afflicted, McLean
Oonlial will make them healthy, fat and robust. Delaj
not a moment, try it, and you will be convinced.
T IS DELICIOUS TO ; TAKE, '
0cTio. Beware of Druggists or Dealers who mat
try to palm upon you some Bitter or Barsaparilla traaK
which they can buy cheap, by sayint It Is Just as good.
Avoid such men. Ask lor McLean's Strengthening Cor
dial, and take nothing else. It Is the only remedy that
will purify the blood thoroughly and at the same time
strengthen the system.
9
-'Atf-Tp
une tabiespooniui unen every morning fasting, Is a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chills and fever, fellow . -
fever, or any prevalent diseases, it is put up In lam
bottles. -"
Price only fl per bottle, ore bottles forts. r ,
, J.H. McLEAN,
I Bole Proprietor of this Cordial,
Also MoLean s Voleanlo Oil Liniment
Principal Depot en theeorner of Third and Pine street, '.i
Bt. Luuia. Mo. ' .. ' .
McLean's Volcanic OU Liniment. ' ' "
The best Liniment In the World. Th only sal and
certain cure for Cancers, Piles, Swellings and Bran-'
ehitis, or Goitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weakness of the
Muscles, Ohronlo or Inflammatory Rheumatism, Stiff-
nees of tlie joints, eontraoiea muscioe or Ligament,
Earache or Toothache, Braiaee, Sprains, Wounds, fresh , '
Cute, Ulcers, Pever Bores, Caked Breast SoreNlpplea, li
Burns, Scalds, Bore Thoat, or any Inflammation or Pals, k
ne difference how severe,, or ho long the disease may
have existed. McLean's Celebrated Liniment I a ear
tain remedy. .
Thousands of noma Beings nave risen saved a lira of
deorepltaU and missry by the use of this invalaabls med-3
olne
MoLEAN'S '.VOLCANIC
i . " T IMTTtrp-NTrp
! ,-; , : AAlAlliHIMta A. . r-i.i- .'a.,tt
Will rellev pain almost Instantaneously, and it Wll ,,,
cleanse, purify and heal the foalest sores in au Ineredl Jit
ly snort tun. ( . ...
' 1 ft Horses anst Other Animals.
'' McLean a eelebratsd Liniment I tbe only safe and re
Habl rtmedy for tbe cure of. Bpavin, Ring Bone, Wind-' J
alls. Sollnts, Unnatural Bumps, Nodes or Bwellinga. It
will never fail to our Big Bead, Poll Evil, fistula, Old ,.,
rannrng Bores or Sweeny, if properly applied, tor
Bprains, Bruises, Bcratohes, Bore or Wonnds, Cracked
Heels, Chafes. Saddle or Collar Oalls It M an Infallible ..
remedy. Apply tt a directed, and a Cure i certain U '.
every Instano. i a. ' '
Then trill no longer with the many worthless Lint- ,
men t offered to you. Obtain a supply of Pr. McLean's ; !
slebatd Liniment. It will cor you. - ' - ;
I J. II. BIcI.E AN, Bol Proprietor,
'"" ' ; fjoraer of Third and Pin BtiweWHBt. Louis, If a.
for sal by all druggists.- " , .l f
Woe sal b stOBJIBTB a SAMUEL. r .
I'l r " ... .... .-, . v,i!.l
B
ON NETS, RIBBONS TABS, AND
BUOHBS, sew styles, Jest openM by
bain a BUN,
sprilS No. M Bouth High stmt. .

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