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! TUE9DAY EVENING, MAY 7, 18G1.
an.- a.i.-.u nnn.non.nUnx nil
under obligations to It for the Tory latest paper
from the eastern cities. . .
The American Express Company has our
thanks for Us daily favors In (be shape of the
?ery latest eastern papers
Council Proceedings. The City Council met
last evening as usual. Reports, from the City
officers for the month of April, 1861, were pre
sented. The City Cleric and City Treasurer
presented the following :
Statement of the Receipts and Disbursements
of the City of Columbus from April 1st to May
bin, 18bl; inclusive :
, Balance In Treasury, April
April 30. li. Downall, Wharf rent on
lot 7da for 1858 00
.. S3. 0. II. Campen, Park House
rent S5 00
Mayl. Franklin Bank, proceed! of
not 5,000 00
" Mayor Ihomaa,' fines for
April 57 40
J. N. Howie. Market Home
rent for April.
Sewers end Drainage
Oat, Repairs, to
First Ward Improvements.
Balance in Treasury May 0.
The following resolution,
Motu.fR, was adopted:
offered by Dr.
Reiolvtd, That the Committee in charge of
,; At- f - A . - T .1 .
tna iuna appropriated ior tue reiiet or meiam-
iiies ot volunteers enlisted against rebellion, be
required to report weekly the cases, the number
of cases, character of oases requiring assist
ance, the amount expended, etc., &o.
.... 507 78
.... 58 40
.... 11 SO
.... B9 75
.... 77 50
.... 55 00
.... 84 00
... 00 17
The following communication from Dr. Good
ale was laid before the Council:
To the City Council of Columbut: In the year
1801,1 conveyed the property now known as
"Goodale Park" to the City of Columbus, m
trust, to be forover used as a free Publlo Park
' or Pleasure Ground.
' ' The following condition of defeasance Is at
tached to said conveyance: "And In the event
that the premises hereby conveyed shall be ap
propriated by the said City Council or by their
successors to any other object or purpose than
keeping the same as a Public Park or Pleasure
Oround lor the free and common uso of the In
habitants of said City of Columbus, then this
deed of conveyance shall become null and void,
and said premises shall revert to the heirs of
said Lincoln Goodale, or to such devisees as he
may designate by his last will and testament."
The present use of the said premises as a
Camp for soldiers is not only a total perversion
of the Tsdst embodied in said deed, but will re
salt la very great destruction to the trees, grass
cs and other property of the Park.
In view of these facts, I protest against the
use or occupation of said premises for the pur
pose of a camp of any kind, or for any purpose
other than that contained in the Deed of Trust,
whereby they are conveyed to the City. -
Mr. Bottles offered the following resolution,
which was adopted:
Retolned, That the communication of Dr.
. Goodale be referred to a Select Committee of
three, whose duty it shall be to take auch steps
as may be necessary to protect the legal inter
ests of the Cily in Goodale Park, and to guard
the trees, grass and City property therein from
Messrs. Bottles, Wilson and Stadrinq were
appointed said Committee.
;.j ; The Council" appointed by election the fol
lowing City Officers to serve for two years:
Market Master Joseph Martin; Street Com
missioner James H. Beebe; City Civil Eogi
. neer Philip D. Fisher.
The following persons were appointed Special
Policemen to serve for one year:
Peter Simmons, John B. Coffroth, Joseph Hoi
lenbaok, Miller, J. R. Cool, Dennis Dailey,
E. Baldwia, John Weaver, Geo. Arnold, Martin
White, Geo, Simpson, Peter Metsinger, Solo-
mon Justice, James Rusk, J. G. Freeland, Jas.
Gillespie, John Bennett, Robert Mitchell, Fred
erio Bader and J. S. Holt.
The Council then adjourned.
Wrrr's Ambrotype and Photograph Gallery
is decidedly one of the very best institutions of
the kind la the State.
The rooms were constructed in every respeot
expressly for the business; and the proprietor,
Mr . M. Witt, a pioneer in his profession, has no
uperior aa an artist.
To the basts that have visited this establish
ment it would be superfluous to say anything in
praise of his skill, but to .those of our friends in
the city or from abroad who may want anything
inthe ploture line, we say, go to Witt's, and
, our word for it, you will never regret it.
v A liberal discount made to volunteers. Those
wishing their miniatures wilh military suit osn
His Gallery is situated on High street, four
doors north of the American Hotel, over Red
disill's Hat Store. , -
GENERAL ORDER—NO. 5.
HEAD-QUARTERS, CAMP JACKSON,
May 6, 1861.
The commanding officer has observed that in
several eases, all the commissioned officers ot a
company have been absent at the tame time
from their companies and the oamp, thus fall
ing to perform their duties as offioers, and very
injuriously affeoting the well-being and discip
line ol their companies.
Hereafter but one commissioned offloer of a
company will be given leave of absence at a
' time, except for very epeolal reasons; and In no
case will a oompany be left without one com
missioned offloer. It li enjoined upon all offi
cers that they shall give especial attention to
the oondltlon and discipline of their companies.
In cases of neglect of the oharaoter whioh has
already occurred, the commanding officer will
not hesitate to report the faots to the Command
THEODORE JONES, Adj't.
By order of Col. E. A. Kino.
Company Election. Company II., of the Fif-
teenth.Regiment, held a special election yester
day afternoon, In consequence of Captain Moses
B. ihckkt having been chosen Lieutenant Col
onei or the iieglment. The election resulted In
the choice of first LI ant. H,.. m,,... iy,.
( Captain; A, R. Z, Dawson, for First Lieuten
ant, and R. L. Aveet for Seoond Lieutenant
Company H. Is from Riohland eounty. - ' '
ICTWe had the pleasure to-day oi taking out
old friend Cant. Mir.Lia Monnr. r n.ii-m.
Kioniana county, Dy the nana. Capt. Moodt Is
bow at Camp Jaokson with a noble company of
volunteers, 06 rank and file, of whloh he Is
Captain, and A. G. Lobach first, and Jam1 is
Riddle second, Lieutenants. The Bellvllle
boys will give a good account of themselves
, The command of Capt Moodt are an excellent
and orderly set of men, of fine soldierly bear-r
R. KlRKMTRICK. NO. . 165 South II
Street, has a vcrr uholcs auortmant of Gold and
Silver Watches, fine Jewelry, Clocks, Silver
u i lawu n are, at prices to suit the times.
Rail Road Time Table.
Lima IIuhi A Ootrjtoi A Xnu R, B.
" ' Leave.'
Cincinnati Acoonutodatten S:00 A, M, u 0:05 P.
BxprM.......ii;JU a. m. ..v ji:u a
Mall Accommodation 1:30 P. M. " 8:35 P.
Night Express viaDayton.lS:00 mldnlght.V &20 kt
.. ;!.. 1 v Jew.- W. PoHOtTT, Agent.
flnl.ntfana A- fJ,jnrar.Altn R. rf. . I ... '
L . " I
3:40 A. M.l. 11t45Pi
New York Express 11:10 A. M. -11:10 A.
lull u4 Accommodation.. il:80 P. It..- :10P.
James Pattisjok, Agent
No. I Express... :30 Ai M. ' 11:08 A.
No. 8 do .11:18 A. M.' -11:45 P.
No. S do ,.,3:10 P. M. 4:50 A.
. y,- H, W. J. rtxi, Agent,
PirrsaoEoH. Ooldmids A CuecuiHAn B. R.
Hail Train ..... 3 30 A.M. 11:38 A.
Express Train .......11:18 A. M. 11:45 P.
Jos. Robinson, Agent.
Colombo! at Ikdukopoms, B. B. .. .,.
Colombo Piqoa at iHDUMA K. R. "
No. 1 Expre 0:30 A. M. 1:50 P, M
No. 3 " i, 3:00 PM. ' 8:45 P. M
Accommodation ..... 10:50 A. M
arsaparilla. Th Is troplcalroot has a repu
tation wide as the world, for curing one class
disorders that afflict mankind a reputation too
which it deserves as the best antiJote we pos
soss forjscrofulous complaints. But to be brought
into use, Its virtues must be concentrated and
combined with other medicines that inorease
its power. Some reliable compound of this
character 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 glvy our citizens confidence
Organ, Syracuse, N. Y.
A Great Swindle. The whole community
are swindled and robbed "of their money and
health by the sale of impure and unhealthy
leavens, (called Saleratus), which are a slow
poison.. James Pyle's Dletetlo is pure and
wholesome. Use no other. Depot, 345 Wash
ington Street, New York. Sold by grocers
To Citizens and Strangers. We would aav.
if ton are weak or debilitated from an mnu
or troubled with Indigestion. BUlnnannaa. Sm,,
I i-l . 1 n. -.. . '
oraicK stomacn, f latulence, exposed to epl-
demlo 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 oi tne system, uniy one dose will be re
quired to oonvlnoe you of its wonderful tonic
powerB. aew York Timet,
REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.
New York. Mav 7. The Tribun
dence from Washington of the 7th says, the
Government baa certain advices that there r
between 3,000 and 5,000 troopi in the vicinity I
- A At Cf t . m v . - . J
ot tuoraiuaxifourt uouse, Va.,and that with
in two days march of Richmond, there are at
least 20,000 available men. whose desire and
expectation is soon to be quartered in Wash
A gentleman who was at Gen. Butler's ftamn
this morning, says there is a battery planted on
me otner siaeoi tne ratapsco Kiver, which oan
rake him effectually. He Informed Gen. Bntlnr
of it, who at once made preparations to take
Thomas J . Townsend has boen annointed 9nf.
veyor General of Wisconsin and Iowa.
military troops and defences on the Potomac
border of Virginia, says that Gen. Ruggles bas
taken up his quarters at Fredericksburgh. He
(Cocke) is to take a position in front of Wash
ington, in connection with the commanding of-
uccr narper s rerry, on bis left, and defend
the Potomao border against invasion from the
He adds, the Capital has never been threat
ened by us. It isnot now threatened. It Is be
yond and outside the limits ot the free and sov
ereign State of Virginia. The North has not
openly, and according to the usage of civilized
nations, declared war on us. We make no war
on them; but should the soil or the grave of
Washington be polluted by the tread of a single
man in arms from north oi the Potomao, it will
cause open war. v ...... .
1 be iitrai(T$ dispatches from Washington
of the 6th say: The forces at the Relay House
have been reinforced to-day; and at 1 hours
notice a further reinforcement of 2,000 or 3,000
men coma do lurnisnea to lien, tiatler. '
Before the troops from Harper's Ferrv eonld
approach near enough to give Gen. Butler bat
tle, they would be harassed by the Pennsylva
nia troops, now in their vlolnitv. Thwa ia nn
fear of any fighting at Baltimore, unless an
attack is made by some Impetuous and dis
organized mob. There can be no formidable
regular battle. - .
New York, Msy 7th. The 20th regiment
left to day for Washington by railroad, prob
amy via AuuBpoiis. '
i i i
Baltimore, Mav 6. Gentlemen from Fred.
erlok and Fredericksburg, Va., say that Gov.
Letcher will soon issue an order for the
evacuation of Harper Ferry, by the troops now
rendezvousing there. ' ,
Philadelphia, May 7. Senator Bavard. of
ueiaware, arrived nere this morning, having
left Wilmington, fearing an assault would be
made upon him. He was taken into custody at
the depot here, but was discharged by Mayor
nenry, no oaving no cnarge against mm. I
Philadelphia, May 7 Four Philadelphia
reglmenta-and two Ohio regiments are under
orders to march to-morrow.
Frederick, Md., May 7. Stars and Stripes
are waving ia all directions, Two secession
ists have been arrested for oheerlng for Jeff.
Davis. . .-. , .i I
Boston, May 7. Gov. Andrews bas received
a dispatch from the War Department, statins
that no additional troops would be required at
preseni, unless enlisting ror three years. - ,
New York, Mav 6. Decrease in loans 206..
988; do. specie 1937,739; do. deposits $1,811
378; inorease of circulation $455,923.. - . ; .
Washington. Mav 6.--Tne8eretarvof Wat.
In order to acoommodate the travelin enhllc.
hasdlreoted the openlog of the military route
oetween Washington and Baltimore via An
napolis. There will be two dally trains. , , l
Washinoton, May 0, The President has an-
poiuiea ijieut. nicnoison as Adjutant and
Inspector of the Marine Corps, viae Taylor re
signed. ... i
I be government bas declined eooepUng more
iubu una regimen, ot- tne mree months volun
teers from Michigan:. '
Alrant, May 6 -i-Hon. John A. Diir hen 'an.
cepted the Major-Generalship of the Now York
torces, leuuerea mm oy uov. Morgan.., ,
Indianapolis, May 6-Govcor Morton, of
Indiana, was not present at the Conference bf
uovernors, at Cleveland, ohlo as1 teported en
New Orleans. Mav 6. Nine stesmboata war
burned on the opposite side of 4he river, last
nignt, xjOBS fSftVMUs r. .r. rrrl l -yi
ihe schooner Horace, with. Federal troopi
from Texas, passed the mouth of the river to
day, en route for New York. " 1 ' ; j ..
-J .' 1 I'" I M 1
Pmt.Ancr.rati: Mav 6. A anntnT ittannt.nt. t
the Poet says that the steamer W. B. Rainei ia
o ,F!Z a forie from Annapolis to retake
Smith's Point as a light sU pj,. The Ralney bas
four guns and seventy men on board. She will
"1"8nt"1'P removed by the rebels.
rtZl!nu,6t U B0W "Cloned off For Mo-
casfVcr' ?uitt ib
'it BtTiii .r 'Mn Bal
Umore & Ohio Railroad la nni..j-nT .1 T r
-A United States feernltin li. A i
In thl. city this morning, orBUtlmor; .T
and tha Rtara and flln ili.ni-. j " wef
v -. wf..w uwmjvtt
St. Loom, May 6.-Four full regiments
volunteers have been mustered into the United
States service, and a fifth is being formed.
Third and Fourth Regiments and part of
Second are enoamped on the Arsenal grounds.
The first is quartered at Jefferson Jiarracks
twelve miles below the oity, and Dart of the
cond at the Marine Hospital, about a mile below
the Arsenal. Several buildings outside the
aenal walls are ooonpled by U. S. troops, ana
heavy turf breastwork, pierced for four guns,
has been erected which, commands the vlolnity.
Gen. Lizel has been elected Colonel of
Third Regiment, and Schulbener. Colonel of
The Legislature was in secret session
Saturday, and nothing is known of its proceed
The reports of riots and other disturbances
in at. Louis, which are floating about the coun
try, are entirelv false. The city is quiet and
orderly, and the utmost freedom of speech pre
vails in all quarters.
A severe gale of wind passed over the city
yesterday, damaging several bouses to a con
siderable extent and forcing four steamers from
their moorings at the wharf, but as far as ascer
tained no lives were lost.
Gen. Frost's brigade of Missouri volunteer
militia went Into encampment to day at Lin-
dell's Grove, in the western suburbs of the oity,
In aceordance with the order of the Adjutant
ueneral of toe State.
Wabhinoton, May 6. By advice of the mill
tary authorities, the Mayor bas issued bis pro
clamation requiring all drinklpg saloons to close
Much alarm exists at Alexandria, owing to
the proposed military occupation.
Gen. Soott has published a card beggipg cor
respondents to spare blm, saying he has no of-
noe in his gift, no power to accept volunteer
corps or individuals, and bas no time to answer
Gov. Letcher has issued a proclamation say
Ing: "The sovereignty of Virginia has been
denied, her territorial rights assailed, ber soil
threatened with invasion by the authorities of
Washington, and every artifice employed to in-
name the people ot toe ivorthorn states against
us. it, tbereiore, becomes the solemn duty ol
every citizen or Virginia to prepare lor the im
pending conflict." In this view, he has author.
ized the military commander to order out the
lorces, and muster additional' numbers ot vol
unteers as the exigency of the time nay de
mand. The Charleston Courier says that the collect
or at that port has been instructed by the Gov
ernment of the Confederate States to olear pri
vate vessels and cargoes until war is declared
and the will of Congress is made known.
Gen. Beauregard bas left Charleston for
The entire Jersey troops are here in this city,
and elicited much praise.
Fort Smith, May 6. A gentleman who has
just arrived from Fort Wasbita brings intelli
gence irom that post op to May 1st. The Uni
ted States troops, comprising six companies of
cavalry, and one of infantry, la all about six
hundred men, were preparing to evacuate the
fort. Oa Thursday last the post was to be
turned over to Gov. Harris, of the Chickasaw
Captain Sturgls, and his command from Fort
smith, arrived at fort Wasbita on the 1st Inst.
The United States troops at Fort Cobb were
expected to join those of Washita, and then
march for Fort Leavenworth.
New York, May 6. The schooner John from
Charleston has arrived here. She bas thirty
Sassengers, glad to got North, who expected to
ear that Washington had been taken. The
schooner Charles Dennis, from Wilmington, N.
C , has on board Lieut. Deland and fifty men
late of the Fayettevllle arsenal. They report
that on April 17th between one thousand and
twelve hundred North Carolina militia demand
ed the surrender of the arsenal. It was deem
ed prudent by Mai. Anderson to comply, as re
sistance was useless. Lieut. Deland and men
were allowed to depart unmolested.
Mai. Anderson waa left, being too sick to be
New York, May 6. A special dispatch from
Baltimore to the Time says the Legislature re
The Secessionists, it is said, will not attempt to
r i . . v. . .....
can a ionvenuon. ic incy ao, toe union men
will insist that the Question of Convention or
no Convention shall be referred to the neople
at the election for delegates.
A Haltimorean had an interview with General
Butler last night, who said that the Northern
troops must march in safety over the ground
where Massachusetts blood was spilt, and if
they were attaoked from the houses, the houses
would be blown up,
New York, May 6. Governor Olden, of
New Jersey, has accepted the brigade of the
Hudson companies, and General Wright offers
its services to the Government for an indefinite
1 ne ummeraart Washington dispatch says,
It is expected that Baltimore will be occupied
by the Government troops by Wednesday.
inerosTS wasnington dispatch says, large
numbers of exiles from Virginia are constantly
arriving. It also says advices from Tennessee
say that Senator Johnson will make a speech in
favor of the Union In a day or two. It also
says the Government is determined to retake
Harper's Ferry Arsenal; also, official permission
is granted for the continuance of passenger and
mall service by steamer between Baltimore and
MONDDAY May 6.
grain arriving and no business doing.
FLOOR sales of 100 bbls oommon extra at tl SO and
100 bb-a. spring wheat extra at 14 60.
- WH AT aalee 2000 bush red from store at It 10.
CORN aales 1000 bush, from store at 37c.
OATS quiet at 25o. '
HIOHWINE3 sale of 35 bbls at HKa.
MS83 PORK firm at 17 00 in lots for No.
1 17 50 by the few bbls.
HAMS k. SHOULDER? tales good country hams at
vo. ououmen sicany 4o.
LARD quiet at 9o.
BUTTER doll. Good packed has been sold In small
lots for Lake Superior at 13o. Roll In bbls quiet at IS
13o with an occasional sale ot eboics W. B. in small pack
ages ror city nse at 14c.
CHE88E Unchanmdi Quiet at StfOOWo.
EGQ3-steady it 8(890.
was a trade, and holders evince
miiy ai great nrnnesa as at tne close or last week.
Prices remain as quoted on Saturday $4 60 to tl 75
for lapetnne; 1 85 to 13 00 for eztea; 5 85 for fam
ily. WHEAT does i ot oome In freely enough to meet the
current demand, and li held higher red at 1 1 03 to I 05;
white at tl 10 to 1 15.
CORN holds to the old figure, 3ic.
OATS are firm at 88o.
BARLEY Ic RIB are merely nominal as last
Com., May 7.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, May 7.
FLOUB-recelpti of 5,061 bbls; market more- active
but prioes uncharged; aales of 0 000 bbls at ii 10 for
superfine state; S5 155 30 for extra state; 55 10
forlsuperflna western; $5 15(55 50 for common to stadi
um extra western; $5 505 60 for shipping brands
extra Round Hood Ohio. Canadian flour heavy; sales
450 bble at 5 8037 50. nj. fm
RYE I LOUR-teady at 13 104 for common tocholc
superfine. . ; .
WHB AT receipt of 83.57B bnih. M..v.t n j
rather easier for common trades; enles of 3 000 bushels
at i aeiiverea lor Milwaukee club; l 70 for hard
some white Michigan 1 701 75 for handsome whitw
BY steady ; tale of 30C0 boah tt 88e. '
BARLEY doll at t.VJ 70. ,
OORN rocelnta 14.137 buah: mlrl i.
Eld m'M&e7h ,7Wi M "tsrn
UATB dull at 33(334 1 8s. f, w..t. .
Stale. .... ... i "..,.-..
at tlT 7518 tor meat, and 13 83 for nrima. .
Bllr quiet and steady, - '
LABD dull and hean- hIm nr onn u,t. n.n...
BTOUKB. moderatel anllra .r. k.ii.
malne plenty and dull at 4Sper cent on 'call; uf Z.
vuta r natron mnnk . j " . . rm
bi u iw inruior lauurai aniODK
nan .miinii.i, nun ran OA. Oh Ml, n n
v ' ' A VJ I o. una .1 KP.d lV 1 Wa
Tenn 48: N 0 58 Brooklyn m.. 1 on. .1
; w, an registered OT; Oal T's 7J.
a bibbs aas a f WUs
t TALTCSB TORI! a si rim
1Utles for Udies; alto, HIm' Mitts
efinpHE OHIO STATESMAN STEAM
BOOK AND JOB
. Baring Increased Hi already
Ii fully prepared to execute In the
MOST ELABORATE MANNER,
THE LATEST STYLES,
And vary description of
Equal to any Establishment in the State, and upon
terms which will compare favorably with the
leading Eastern Printing Houses.
Having every Facility to aid. TJaj
IN THE PHOPtCTION OT
We offer out services to all who may desire that dsn
We haveconncted with otnEstabUshment a'
BLANK BOOK BINDERY,
' Irom which we produce the
Finest X31axx1s. Work,
AND THI MOST
SUPERB RAIL BOAS BLASE BOOKS.
Is admitted to be
COMPLETE IN FACILITIES,
ams tai Moer
PERFECT IN ORGANIZATION
In this City, and ws may add,
WE WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE
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Printing none In the Wast, . . .
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XL Btoekof firaoerlestoO. S.DBanNS, wechaerfully
Tcooaamena nun to oar 01a patrons ana mends.
. TUOB. WAMUisl BON
Columbus, March Wth. 1881 apl-dtf .
. , Notice, . ,
CITY BASS OF COLmBTJS,
rrvIIE FOLLOWING CHANGES WERE
M. mad in tne tne omoere 01 snie nana, January xutn
18(11, to wit: Wat. A
ruTT, i-naiaent. and Ts
Moonia, Cashier, reslgni
Xsti-t vsi then elected
ied their offioea. David Tavlob,
Preakltnt and WW. A. Plat ap-
. ny oroer or us aoara oi innowra.
feb S, IBOl-dtf W. A. FLATT, Oaahler.
GENTS PAJPEH , COLLARS AND
Neck.Tiea. , , rM
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BAIN A ION,
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
u.KDu.Hviurerai i an kind of Por-
iwairy sieam I n.
Klnea, Maw inula, Urlit Mlllai,
LAMldb BODLXYBtatml B.AI BLAKnvjt,t.ito,i
j aj n nmrTrV 7 .7..1 tattn'
l. a tl. a. VUVALL Beatenlt nirmrvrm
-w.i, vaumtil VVLUMBUR
CO. Btaim.Hl I BRAD10RD
A 00. Btaimlllll ;
Oar Portable Englns and Saw Kill
was awarded the first premium of ISO at tha T,.,u..
Stats fair for 1600 over Lane A Bodley's on account of
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of inel
ana superior character or lumber sawed
Our Stationary Knirlne wu .v. n .
the first premium of 1800. "B"
mSS'JtVSHflSSS theflrrt.pmlusi of
,u .t . ' mni w B andy's Dn.
Tali's. Colombus Machine fin'... .nJ n.A,'rl J. V
k . nnn.lt. nf n.ui O.i,' , . VO S.,
- - . . nauroaa AiDgineers.
a-l.Ml.W1LI,AHD WAENI!B' Treasurer.
deoS-dAwlyeoli. Newark, Ohio.
An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, present.
Ul UM attantlfin f mAlhaM K- - I
tuvnivifi ajor I
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FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
reatiy facilitates the process of teething, by soft
ie sums, ndnoinw all Influnm.llAn : ( I
muu lain anu spaamouio acuon, and is
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CHE TOltEGFJLATE THE BOWELS
Depend upon It. mothera. tt will ri . i .
BELIEF AND HEALTH TO YOUE ITIFAWHi
We have nut un and aoM thl. .rtii-i. rn. ...
and OAN BAT, IN OONFIDBNOB AND TRCTHi oflL
tat T,e?,TDeTer Den 0,e t0 "V of any other medP
e.';,!TnNKXBB HA8 11 VAILBD, IN A BINOLB INHT
ANOB, TO BfritOT A CDBB, when timely used. Nev
er did we know an instance of dlssaUsfaetion by any one
who need It. On the contrary, all are delighted with its
operations, and speak in terms of commendation of lie
magical effects and medical virtues. We apeak In thia
matter "WHAT WB DOKNOW:.ft i.. ..! Ji"
Watninam A XIH Dl Vnnn nnn t nnrrm sn . l7t-
tULILLMINT Of WHAT Wl HKRH nEnr.ln
almost every instance where the Infant Is suffering from
pain and exhaustion, relief will be found in fifteen or
twenty minutes after thegyrup is administered.
This valuable preparation Is the prescription of one of
the moat BXPBRIBNOEDasd SKILLFUL NURSES in
nra Sn&ta to witb NltVBR ,AIL"
THOUSANDS OF CASES.
It notonlr rellerea the child from nmin. hn, t--t .
atea the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and girei
ton and energy to the whole system. It will almost in
0B1PII8 II THE BOWELS, AND WIND COLIC
and overcome oonvuisions, which, if not speedily rem
died, end In death. We believe it the BB8T and BUR
!5i,ll.7,,DY IM THB WORLD, In all oaeea ofDYl
INTKRY and DIARRU03A IN OHILDRKM, wbethe
it arleea from teethlna-. or from an oih. ur.
would say to every mother who hu a child autferins from
anyoi voe iotcroidr complaints DO MOT LKT YOI1D
BRBJUD10BS NOR TUB FRKJCDIOK80B OIHERa
stand between you and lonranffiirin rhiM .v.-
I iu.v win u ouni-yea, adooluxSILY BURR to
follow the nse of thia medicine, if timely need . Full di
rections for using will accompany each bottle. None
rauuiw uuicb uio lao-eimue oi liUKllS a FJSBKINB.
' York, is on the outaide wrapper.
old by all Dma-glsts throughout the world.
Principal Office, 13 Cedar Street M.v.
ttllClS ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
lor the INSTANT RELIEF
and PERMANENT CURE of th
distressing complaint us
ntadebyO.B. BEYMOTJR 00., 107 Nassau St.. N. T.
root 1 per box j tent frie by post.
IOR BALI AT ALL DRDOGISTl
RISH STEAMSHIP LINE.
Steam Between Ireland and America.
NEW YORK, BOSTON AND GALWAY.
Tht following new and magnificent flnt-Hu naui1lat
UBA 0b6eUUelUla VWaaikSVeVO Uatj (1UUTV llUC.
ADRIATIC, S.888 tons burthen, Capt, J. Micky
(Formerly of the Collins Line.)
BIBERNIA, 4,400 tons burthen, Capt. N. Paown. '
COLUMBIA, 4.40O R. LtlTCH.
ANGLIA, 4,400 NiCHOtaoa.
rauiriu, x.ouu - 1, tmia.
PRIN0B ALBERT. (Screw.)
On of tht abort ships will leave New York or Boston
alternately every Tuesday fortnight, for Galway, car
rying tht government malls, touching at Bt. Johns,
Tht Steamers of this Hat have been eonatrncted with
the greatest cart, under the supervision of tht govern
ment, have water-tight compartments, and are unexcel
led foroomfort, safety and speed by any tteamert afloat.
They art commanded by able and experienced offioers,
and every exertion will be made to promote tht comfort
An experienced Burgeon attached to each ship.
KATES OF PASSAGE.
Flnt-cUat N. Y. or Boston to Galway or Liverpool 1 100
Second-class, ' 75
flrat-olAaa, " to Bt John's 35
Iturd-ciaas, " " to Galway or Liverpool
or any town In Ireland, on a Railway, - - - 30
Tnird-elase passengers art liberal rsuooltod with nro
visions of the best quality, cooked aod served by the ser
vants1 01 Hie vonpaoy.
Parties wishing to tend for their friends from the old
country can obtain tickets from any town on a railway, in
iraiuu, or irom uia principal cities ot JtnglanU and boot-
anu, vvrj ivw mica.
faaaengert for New York, arriving hv tha fln.inn
Steamers, will be forwarded to New York fret of charge
ur paiiagw or inruier iniormaiion, apply to
At thl offloe of tha Comnanv. on tha whan, fnnt nf
vanai stirr, caw ionc.
HOWLAND m ASPINWALL, Agents.
New and Attractive.
Foil de Chevies,
Chinese Washing Silks,
Elegant Dress Silks,
Heavt Basque and Mantle Silks
And all ether new and fashionable materials most In
demand for handsome Dresses and Mantillas.
BAIN k SON,
aptSB . No. W South High street
WWI,, KNAQE & CO..
AT THEIR NEW SALES-,
i. BOOM, SO. IM BALTIMOBM ST.
' N0S. 1, 1 S and 7 N. 1TJTAW BT
. Offer for salt their celebrated
AND BQ ARE
Veins hlshly recommended by th first Professors and
Musical AsaiMart of in country, ana : -t
. WARRANTED IOR
-The mott fastidious eattotaar saayrtly upon being
altaasd la rvery ntptot.
Itrawllaeral. WM. KNAB1 A 00.
BELTZH W1BSTER, Afent.
eetStilydw. Ooltuabas. Ohio.
Th wbbklkr a wilbon maohinb
I r o u.. . .
From the Newtork Ooserrer-l
Asallnartiea manufaetnrinr Sewtnw Maoblnes are oh-
lledlopay Mr. Hnwe a license on each machine sold.
and are a so compelled to make returns to him, under
oaui. as to tne number sold, bla books give acorrcctstate
ment. From this reliable aonm wa hav ohniinid tha
following statistic. Of the machines made in the year
iMvt uicrv were aoia,
By Wheeler k Wilson 21.305
' I. M. Biuger t Go 10.U5J
Qrover St Bakor IO,iWO
ghowlul the sales of Wheeler a Wilson to ha AiaJJa
tnoae or any otner uompany."
Awarded the highest premiums at the
United States Fairs of 1848, 1850 and 1800;
also at the
Ohio Btate Fairs of 1R59 and 1RM
and at nearly all the County Fain in the Slats.
Our prices, at the late reduction, art tu Into at anu
wm an uiKiiiuo now poia, ana oat a nine nigner Uian
me interior iwo wirtaa cnatn men macnttui, now
Lock Stich tie onlvone which oannot be ravulad. It
Is Aula on Both 8ionof the foods, leavlne no rtda or
All macMiut warranted 3 ytari, and initrucHon
given in tneir use, tree or enarse. -
li. CUARY,ttl High at., Columbus, 0.
wu. snMNRR a c.a..
dec3-8awd3mAw6m Pike's Opera Honee. Cincinnati.
13 THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Eheumatism, Gout and Neuralgia,
AND A SURE CURE FOR
All Mercurial Diseases.
It is a oonvenlentlv arranied Band, containing a meil.
Icated compound, to be worn around the Waist, without
Injury to Ihe moat delicate persons; no change in habits
of, living is required, and It entirely removes the dls
ease from the system, without producing the inlurlous
cuecis arising irom tne use or powenui internal medi
cines, which weaken and destroy the const! lotion, aod
give temporary relief only. By this treatment, the med
icinal properties oontaintd In the Band come in contact
with . the blood and reach the disease, tbrouth the pores
" uituj ,uuumii
rrhla Us J I. .1M . .uaa AHa...uI.a
This BandisalaoAmoatDowerfnlANTi-alERnnai.i. acrttnt.
anuwui entirely relieve tne system from.tbo pernicious
effects of Mercury. Moderate cases are cured In a few
nays, ard we are constantly receiving testimonials of its
efficacy In aggravated cases of long standing.
Paint 12,00, to be had of Druggists generally, or osn
be sent by mail or express, with full directions for ute,
to any part of the country, direct from the Principal
BBOADWAY, New York.
0. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors.
N. Descriptive Circulars Sent Free.
ID3 Agents Wanted Everywhere.
Red, White and Blue
Just opened by
BAIN A SON,
No. 2D South High street.
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
For the Whiskers and Hair
The subscribers take pleasure In announcing o the
Citiaens of the United States, that they have obtained the
Agency for, and are now enabled to offer tn tha Ammricn
publlo, the above Justly celebrated and world-renowned
Is prepared by Da. C. P. BELLINGHAM, tn eminent
physician of London, and la warranted to bring out a
thick set of
Whiskers or a Mustache
In from three to tlx weeks. This article It the only ent
of tht kind used by tht French, and in London and Paris
It It in universal use.
It Is a beautiful, economical, toothing, yet stimulating
compound, acting as if by msglc upon the roots, causing
abeauliful growth of luxuriant hair. If applied to tha
scalp, it will cure siuurat, and cause to spring up in
place of the bald spots a fine growth of new hair. Ap
plied acoording to directions, it will turn aan or towv
hair dark, and restore gray hair to ita original color,
leaving it soft, smooth, and flexible. Tht "ONontx-r" is
an Indispensable article In every gentleman's toilet, and
after one week't usa they would not for any consideration
be without IU
The subscribers are tht only Agent for tha article in
the United States, to whom all orders must he 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 to any who desire It, by
mail (direct), securely packed, on receipt of prloe and
postage, (1.18. Apply to or address
HORACE L. BXQBMAN A CO.,
febSOdAwOm 4 William Street, New-Tork.
THE StTRSCH IHEHS. DEALT NA T1V.
A a Staple Article, will furnish employment to
a lew active men 10 act as agents lor tneir nouse. A
preference will be given to those who art well acquaint
ed In the district for which they apply.
ror wnicn services tney art willing to pay a sals ry
600 to $300 ptr joar, and Kxpsnsss.
For further particulars address
W. B. MOREHOUSE A CO.
3 and 3, Exchange Place,
Untt-dftn. Jersey City, N. J.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Foreign & Domestic Cigars,
ARD SBT BtAiroS '
Smoking & Chewing Tobacco.
Also, the Dsst quality of SITrFF'S eonstantly
JJj'Country Merchants art invited to call before pur
NO. 4 EAST THIRD STREET,
Bet. Mala and Sycamore,
Dov21-w6m CINCINNATI, O
TREASURY DEPARTMENT OF OfllOJ
.VOLOMBUl, April V, 1001. )
Savings Bank of Cincinnati.
ALL PERSONS HOLDING THE CIIl
oulatlng Notts of the Savings Hank of Cincinnati
will present the same at this offloe for redemption, where
they will bt paid la full.
aprtaim a. r. niuHB.Treaioreror state.
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I WILL
pay all outstanding order on the County Treamry,
from order No. 65T to a 00,inolusive, lamed from
December, 1830, to April, 1800. Also, that I will pay all
outstanding orders Issued this year np to date.
JOUN G. THOMPSON,
I HATE BOLD TO 1HR. HENRT WI1V
SON my DRUG ST0RH. which ia rrmnrMl f.n. ,k.
orner of High and Gay streets t tht Southwest oorner
OT n-roaa ana nign streets, uoiumont, Ohio. - i
With many than Lb to my former natrona an mi
era, I respectfully request tht continuant of their fa
vort to my tuooeasor. HENRY M. NEIL
Columbus, April 1, 1W1. -
TTAVINO PURCHASED THE DRUG
XX STORE of Mr. Hnar M.Nmul hav opened
anew en th Southwest corner of Broad and Hlrh streets.
Columbut, Ohio being (A aid and rtltolU sfa4 for
that owtantt for wtomy yrt.
I have a fresh and well selected stock of Pur Unit.
Mne. and fur Chtmtealt, together with PalnU, Oil;
rorfiwAee, ioo.. asuaiiy sept us euca aa tstabllahment,
XJj Paaaoairriowi carefully and promptly compound-
Store open at all hours of tbt day and night : ' -I
respectfully solicit th patronage of the publlo.
Colombo. April 1, 1801 aprfrdlm .
I CANATJIAI ft USITED STATES XI AIL
- i to Attn riton
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec, .
The Montreal Ocean Steamship Company's first -claia
ill-powered Olyde-huilt Bteamera nil wrw Hal.
rdar from PORTLAND, carrylnithe Canadian and
United States Mail and passengers,
NORWEGIAN. NORTH AMERICAN,
NORTII BRITON, BIBBRNIAN,
Shortest, Cheapest and Quickest Cn
AMIEICA 10 ALL FASTS OF ETOOPI.
Katecj of FamaKe to Europe,
83o, oo. ao.
Will sail from LIVERPOOL ovnrar nr.rfn....
and from QUBHKO every Matardav. eallinr at
LONDONDERRY, to nceWa'o. ZSZZS ?J i.'.V
Panrnrers, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
ITPTheM Steamer are built of iron, in w.i.r.ti,t
compartments, carry each an eipenenced Surgeon, and
every attention is paid to Ihe comfort and aocommoda
llon of passengers. Ai they proceed direct to LONDON
DERY, the great risk and delay of calling at Bt. John's
is avoided. ,
Olasgow Dassennra are famished with nn n..
tickets to and from Londonderry.
neiura ucaeis granted at reduced rates.
Oertlflcatea issued for camrinr to and brinelnront naa.
engere from all the principal towns of Great Britain and'
Ireland, at reduced rates, by this line of steamers, and
by the WASHINGTON LINE OF BAILING PAOK1TB,
leaving Lirerpool every week.
8lK ht Drafts for t and upward par
able in Kngland, Irelaod, Hcejt-
ua er nues.
For DASfflllHI. annlw at thn AHIm Dltnin.
WAY. New work, .mi iQiv.rau aiv..
BABEL ft SEAKLB, General iwsnts,
Or to J. R. ARMSTROMC
nolO-lydAw Statesman Office, Columbus. Ohio.
For all THROAT and
COUGH, and every
Complaint the forerun
ner of, and even actnal
The Great NEIIlf AL
Gil) HKjTifcDY and Nat
ural OPIATE, adapted
to every specie of Ner
vous Complaint, Ner.
vou and Chronic
tiru. Catarrh, Tooth
and Ear Ache, Lost of
Sleep, and Bowel (Jtni.
AH 0 D Y H E.
No real iuatice can he dnna th bIiava nminllMii
but by procuring and reading descriptive pamphlets,:
be found with all dealers, or will be sent by Proprietor
on demand. Formulae and Trial BouIm nni to Pho.i
clans, who will find developments in both worthy their
acceptance and approval.
Correspondence solicited from all whose necessities or
curiosity prompts to a trial or the above reliable Kerne
For sale by the usual wholesale and retail dealer
JOHN L. IICNNEWELL, Proprlcto
CHIMIST AND PHARMACEUTIST,
Ho. 9 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Maw.
noDorts a (Samuel, N. B. Marple, J. R. Cook. J. M
Denig St Sons, A. J. Schueller A Son. AgenU
for Columbus. Ohio
Dr. J.H. McLEAN'S
Strengthening Cordial and Blood
The Greatest Kemedy In The Morlo.
EVER TAKEN. Vt
TT IS NTKICT-
ly a icienlifle and
procun-d by the distil
lation of Roots. Herbs
and Barks, Yellow
Dock, Blood Root,
Cherry Hark and Dan
delion enters into ita f
More Taking"" ilva remedial After Taking.
principle of each Ingredient Is thoroughly extracted bt
my new method of distilling, producing. delicti us. e
hilerating spirit, and the moat INFALLIBLE remedy lor
renovating the diseased system, and restoring the sick,
suffering and debilitated INVALID to HEALTH aod
MCLEAN'S STRENGTHENING f OU
Will effectually ear
LITER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE
Chronlo or Nervous Debility, Diseases of the Kidnevt.
and all dlaeaeea arising from a disordered Liver or Ntom ;
acu, uyspepsia, uearmurn, inwara rues. Acidity or Hick-
neat oi the Btomacn, fullness or Blood to the Head, Dull
pain or swimming In the head, Palt.tatlon of the Heart
fullness or Weight In the Stomach, Boar Eructations
Ohoking or suffocating feeling when lying down , Dryness
or Yellowness of the Skin and Eyet, Night Sweata, In
ward fevers. Pain in tht small of tht back, chest or side.
Sudden flushes of Heat, Depression of Spirits, frightful
Dreamt, Languor, Despondency or any Nervous Disease
Bore or Blotches on the Bktn, and fever and Avne lot
Chills and fever.)
Oyer a million of tiottlce
Have been told during tht last six months, and In no In
stance hat It failed in giving entire satisfaction. Who,
then, will suffer from Weakness or Debility whej MC
LEAN'S STRENGTHENING CORDIAL will cure youT
No language can convey an adequate Idea of Uia imm
dlate and almost miraculous change produced by taking
una uoroiai in tne oiseasea, ueoiiiuttea ana shattered
nervous system, whether broken down by excess, weak by
nature, or Impaired by sickness, the relaxed and unstrung
oiKmuiaaiiuu u rvivurcu 10 iia proline neaitn sua vigor.
CARRIED PERSONS, .
Or others conscious of Inability, from whatever cause,
will find McLean t Strengthening Cordial a thorough
regenerator oi tne system; ana an who may havt Injured
themselves by Improper Indulgences, will And In the Cor
dial a certain and speedy remedy.
To the Ladies.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
It a sovereign and speedy cure for
INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, WHITEN
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontinence of
Urine or involuntary Ditcnarge thereof, railing of tht
Womb, Giddiness, fainting and all Diseases incidne t
Thsra Is no Mlstaka About It.
w Suffer no longer. Take It according to Directions. It
t HI stimulate, strengthen and Invigorate you and cause
at bloom or neaitn to mount your cheek again .
Evsry bottle it warranted to give satisfaction.
If vour children are sickly, nuny, or afflicted. McLnanV
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robust. Delaj
not a moment, try it, and you will bt convinced.
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE,
OiCTio Beware of Druggists or Dealers wha m
try to palm upon yon tome Bitter or Bareaparllut trash,
which they can buyoheap, by sarins it It just as good.
ATUIU IIKU HHU. HilW BCMKB DUTngtOtniUg UOr-
dial, and take nothing sum. It ia tha only remedy that
will purify the blood thoroughly and at tha tame tint
strengthen the system.
One tabletpoonful taken every morning fasting. Is a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chills and fever, Yellow
fever, or any prevalent diseases. It it pat np la larr
Price only tl per bottle, or bottle for 5.
J. H. MoLBAN,
Bole Proprietor of this Oordlal,
Alto MoLtan s Volcanlo Oil Liniment
Principal Depot on tbt oorner of Third and Pint streets,
OI. I.I'HIB, VIO. '
MoLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
The best Liniment In the World. Th eml smfa and
certain cure for Oanoert, Plica, Swelling sod Bron
chitis, or Goitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weakness of the
Muscles, Chronic or Inflammatory Rheumatism, Stiff
ness of the Joints, contracted Muscle or Ligaments,
Earache or Toothache, Bruises, Sural na. Wound.. Vnah
Out, Ulcer, fever Borea, Caked Breatta Sere Nipple,
Burnt, Scalds, Sore Thoat, or any InfuunmaUoa or Pain,
no difference now severe, or ho long th disease may
havt txistea. ticijtan t utlebrattjd Liniment Is a etr
Thousands or human beings havt been saved a lift ol
decrepitude and misery by the at of this lnvaluablt utoV
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC -OIL
Will relieve pal haatt tattantantontly, and II wll
Cieante, purity aeea in iouimi aorea la us inortdt
rytbtntua. , s . -, ;
. par Horaee and Other Animals.
McLean t oslebrated Lin bo ent I tht only af ard r
liable reaatd for tht tare of Spavin. Ring Bon. Wind-
galls, Splint, Unnatural Bumps, Nodes or Swelling. It
will never fail to rare Big Head, Poll Evil, fistula. Old
running Bores ur Sweeny, if properly applied, for
Sprains, Bruises, Bora tehee, gores or Wound, Ortoktd
Htele, unaiet, tuuioit oruoiiar uailt II Is aa Inralllbl
remedy. Apply it as directed, and a ear Is atrial ia
Then inn no longer witntnt many wortaieat Lint
men te offered to you. Obtain a supply of Dr. McLean's
oslebrated Liniment. It will ear you.
J. H. NIcLEAN, Sol Proprietor, -Oorner
of Third and Pint Streets, Bt. Louie, Me.
for tale by all druggist,
for salt by ROBERTS A SAMTJIL,
aagae-CAwlf ' . Oolnmba. Ohio.
T)ONNETS, HIBDONS TABS, AND
X. auvuss, new siyits, jastopenra nv
BAIN A ION.
No. M South High street.