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WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAY 8,
LOCAL MATTERS.
The Adams Exprees Company places ub
under obligatious to It for the very latest papers
from the pattern oltics.
The Amorloan Express Company has
thanks for Its dally favors In the shape or
very luteat eastern papers.
The Twelfth Rioimmt. This Regiment
Camp Jaekson at five o'clock this morning
Camp Deunisoni near Loveland. Tbo follow-1
ing Companies, containing an aggregate or S24
men, compose the Regiment:
A Captain J. D." Wallace,
B
F
G
K-
! Harlan,
v, MoMarchy.
'Lytle.
Galloway.
Williams. ,
Carey.
Sloans v- '.
113 Men.
98
, 82
89
''89
100
86
96
97
95
THinTiesNTK 1 Rioi mknt This Regiment is
under marclilog orders to, leave Camp Jackson,
at fire o'olock, to-morrow (Thursday) morn-
log, for Camp Dennlsou, near Lowland. Nine
ty men left on last Monday morning for Camp
Dennlsen, to prepare barracks and other accom
modations Cor their Regiment. It consists of
the following Companies and men. ' 1
Company A Captain Ashmead 62 Men.
: ranee (.formerly juason; vu
0 .. Piatt 74
D . .. BuDklei. ...79
r-ji..- BoU 87.
v ,v , 8locam(far'lraawklDi) 93
a-n -.r HohoeMer M
II .. McQsrr 67
1 .. -, Oaatell t
K . . ' Curflrln 70 '
..630
IlEiLTH or thi Taoors. The reDorts of the
Captains of Companies officially made to head-
..u.UBI
showed that there were ninety-two men unfit
for duty fifteen of whom were in the hospital
at the Penitentiary, which is used for those sick
and nursing. The present dry and bracing state
ui his atuiuspuem , win uuuuucm icsoeu vue
amount of fllhees at the Camp, and contribute
matorially to the health and comfort of thevoT.
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Comfant Eliction. The Company known
ai the Ashland Infantry, being Company B. of
tbe Sixteenth Reglmont, held an election yes-
terday, and made oholpe. of the following offi
cers: Captain J.T. Kinnt; First Lieutenant
W.B. McCartv; Second Lieutenant 9. E.
Wilson. ; '
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ST Farmers bave learned a lesion which many
moralists seem not to have learned: namely,
that when the seed is sown, grain must be look
ed for at "the Utter end of the season, and not
at the beginning f ( . ,. e;.. r
CoNORissioNAL Convcntion The Democrats
of the Thirteenth Congressional District will
hold a Convention at Shelby, on Thursday, the
lGth inst,, for the purpose of nominating a can
didate for Congress, to be supported at the spe
cial election ordered by the Governor.. " "y
Dr.HoLHis, of Hillbborough, who has been
assisting DrBaLL, at Camp Jackson, leaves
this afternoia-ior..CampI)enni80a, to. oIn.the I
Twelfth Regiment, to which he has been ap
pointed Sargeu V ,, .
. i Vf i .i i .
BTCiDt. SchneioiVs Company, the Steuben
Guards of ihta'cily, '' mustered as Company G. of
the Thirteenth Regiment, left Camp Jackson
this morning for Camp Dennison. - Of the sev
en Columbus Volunteer Companies, Capt.
Walcdtt's is the only one now remaining at
Camp Jaekson. , ; .
ItTGKoaaa W. Rontak yesterday tendered
to Gov. Dennison his resignation, as Commis
sary General of the State of Ohio. "
UT The following it a very good domestio
toast: "May your coffee and slanders against I
to
yon ever be alikewwithout grounds."
ID" To'-morrow.,(Thuisday, May 9th) is As
cension Day. !! ' -
Rail Road Time Table.
Littlc Miami St OoicMBOafe Xm R. R. . .
Leavea. Arrlfef.
Cincinnati Aoootaimedatton. 5 00 A. M. - 0:0S P. H.
Sxpreaa lt:S0 A. M. 11:03 A. M.
Mail AeeM)mMlatfm l 'M P. M. ' 8 55 P. M,
Night Expren via Daytra. 111:00 mMnlftht, 3:90 A. M.
Jko. W. Doncarr, Agent.
Ooioaaoi k puvnjuD B. R. , .' ' , .' '' '
Nlaht BinreM...-. ..3:40 A. M. rt , 11:45 P. W.
Naw Ynrlc KlDrejl.. ...... Jl:10 A. M
Mall and Aooommadation.. 3:20 P. M
1 if.
OwtxiObio R
No. 1 Kxpresa..
No. a do
11:10 A.M.
9:10 P.M.
Jamki PATTinaoN, Agent. ..
3:30 A. M. -11:38 A. M.
'..11:18 AT M-' IMS P. M.
.. 3:10 P. M. '' 4:50 A. M.
'" ' W.. 3. Ifti, Agant. '
PlTTaBCROH, OOLCMBPS & rJlHCUIKATI R. It. . '
Mall Train 3 30 A. M.1 11:39 A. M.
Bxpreu Train. ............ ...11:18 A.M. 11:45 V. M
Jot. Robissom, Agent.
Colombo! 4t Ihdusopolii, R. B. .. ,,, i,
CoLcMav Pie fc Imoiama B. R -x
No. 1 ExpTW....i. ...... 6:30 A. M.--. 1:50 P. M.
No.S " ;....;v.;. 3:00 P. M.. 8:45 P. M.
Accommodations......... -' " " 10:60 A, M.
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of
J...W.M- !. .- . I.- '
Sar'aparilla. This tropicalroot has a repu.
tation wide as the world, for curing One class of
disorders that afflict mankind a reputation too
which it deserves as tho beat antidote we pos
sess foreorofulous complaints. But to bo brought
into use, its virtues must be concentrated and
combined with other medicines that .increase
Us power. -' Some' reliable compound of this
oharaoter is much needed in the community.-
Read the Advertisement of Dr. Aria's Sarsap
arllla in oar columns, and we know it needs no
encomium from us to gtvy onr citizens confidence'
in whathe offers. Organ, Syraeutt; iW
' j'1 -' "ii . i .:'(.'i!:-'l
A Griav SwiNDLi.-i-The '. whole cpmmonity
are swindled and robbed of tbeif money and
health by-thrsale- of Impure and onboalthy
leavens, (eaUed'SalcratUs), which; ar a'slow
poison. JanrestPyle'ft Dietetic is, puro and
wholesome. Use no other. ,. Depqti 345 Wash
ington Street, New Yorki Sold. by groiiero
everywhere. . .,.'
DTDoctor Liland's Antl-IlbeumatloBand Is
the only, known jjemody for , Rheumatism, , Gout
and Neuralgia,' and 'the pernioious effeota ei
Mercury) and it Is with the greatest satlsfactioD,
as to its.metjts, (bat we oall the,attention of onr
readers to the advertisement In another oolomn
of our paper of the AntURhentnatia Band.
To CrrtzcNS and STRAiania..We would say
if tou are weak or debilitated from ' any cause.
or troubled with Indigestion, Biliousness, 'Sour
or Hick Stomach,- flutaience,' exposed to epi
demic from chanee of climate or weather, or on
the decline from previous diseases, do not fall
to try a bottlcof ProL Wood's Restorative Cor
dial and -Blood : Renovators It will strengthen
yoa, exhilarate itd build op i the weakened or
cant of the system ;;' Only one dose will be T&-
quired to C-ipvtnee'you of Its wonderful tonic
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powers.- xttH t .kftry, ... t
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GUERNSEY'S BAtiLl!
TELEGRAPHIC
REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.
daily
our
the
left i
for I
WiaHinoToij, May 6-A Lontslap- Reriment
arrived at Richmond on Monday. k
1.4UU Tennessee troops and batalioff ;f
Alabama troops bave reached Lvaobburgh. 'V.
At Norfolk there are ahnnt A.OUO trooDB. Inclnrl.
IngS companies of Georgians.' is j j i
The authorities were fortifvln- Norfolk fit ail
directions. Also at Hatteras Inlet.'North Ciro-
A board of medical officers 1 will' convened at
the Naval Hospital, New York,'cn. the 1st of
June next, for examination of candidates far id
mission into the medicil oarpi of the Navy.
Fmdirick, Md., May 8. The Court House
1 was nearly qestroyea by tire last night.
It is supposed to have been a oiece of incen
dlarrlsm. . ' ' '. .j.
Tbo probabilities now are that the Legisla
ture will adiourn on Fridav. until th 10th nf
juiv next.
. At a caucus of House members last night, it
"i Bailout unanimousiv determined to nhan
don the proposition of the convention. ' " '
Philadelphia. Mav 8. Fifty Went Pnint
I vyaaeis were detained Here last night py the po
lioe, on the SUDDOsitlon that thev were about to
Join the secessionists. ' : ' ,
Information bad been received that tbey had
purchased arms in New York. The mistake
was soon rectified, and thev nroceeded to Wah.
Inc ton. where thev will ha (mmmlmilnnr'rt aa 9H
lieutenants.
Albany, May 8. Orders have "beer issued
tor inspection of Now York British voltinteers
Nxw Yoaa-, May 8.iWarren Leland, of
metropolitan Motel, has tendered. his services
to tne uovernor of bis native State, to lead the
las Vermont negiment. ....,, nt . (fl f
. f HiLiDKLFHia, May b. The 1st Artillery
"6"" ui euuayivania, tOl. rattersOD,
started oontn tnis morning by railroad.
MoNTOOMiar, May 7. Salutes fired here thia
mornins; re loicine at the tenth star ta the ran.
isteiiatlon.. . . j . i iMhu-t m
JJnn'118 n0"ng. for Liverpool
New Yoas, May 8-The steamship. Asia
one iook
Boston, May 8. The Minnesota .sajled.abis
morning under sealed orders $ & r .
Proceedings of the Southern Congress.
b - 1 fixing theTmTfo'r &
uon ot representatives In Congress; also, pro
viding for the election of President and Vice
w,,ide5t. u"derT he permanent Constitution.
Relerred to the Judioiary Committee. ,
An aot was paused recognizing the existence
of war with the United States, and conoernine
letters of marqne and reprisal, and prize goods
The preamble recites the acts Of President Lln-
coln Bna nl proclamations, asserting that It ia
necessary for the Confederate States to accept
ua nnr kuuB vuuinieucea oj mm. me act au
thorizes the granting of letters of marque and
reprisal on certain conditions. A proviso an
nounces the doctrine that free shins make free
i mi ? . .. . .
gooua. . i nirty aays are allowed lor . .Federal
vessels now at the ports of the Confederate
states, lor the purpose of lawful commerce,
return home. . "'V'- ' ' "
Five per cent, of prizes is to be reserved as a
fund for the widows and orphans of those killed
on privateers and armed vessels," and for the
support or tne wounded. .'
The Montgomery Confederation this morning
says that over 3,000 applications: have been
received at the State Department ,'or letters of
marque and reprisal.
In Congress to-day, at noon, Mr. Brooke, of
miss., presented tne ordinance or Virginia,
nuupwug tne rrovisionat uonstuutlon; also reao
lutlons appointing Commissioners to the Con.
gress, two of whom, Messrs, Brockenbrough and
Staples, were present. Mr. Brooke moved thev
uo ijuBiiueu iu uib mejr Beats, mr ivnettmov
ed to go into secret session, and the Virginia
vommiBBionere oe mvitea to remain. .. v.
aa gautc nng nuuilvkCU K9 Ea UivUlUcT
of the Confederate States to-day, in secret ses.
sion, i wo other members were sworn in, and
participated in discussions and rotes oh different
questions
punishment of all persons eneaeed in the riot:
Hariisbom, May 7. It seems to be the
disposition of some of the members of the Legie
lature to restrain the Governor from using bis
lull military prerogative as Commander-ini
Chief. Any such bill will certainly be voted.
- iur. vy imams, oi Aiiegneny, proposed a pre
amble and resolutions reviewing the Baltimore
massacre of troops, which says they were brntally
murderedi declares the right of Federal troops
pass peaoeably over any part of the soil of the
United States; that slaughter of troops is trea
son, whether done under the authority of the
State or by private persons: calls on the Gov
ernment to demand the surrender.- for condign
says the refusal of the Border Slave States to
contribute their quota of troops, or their assum
ing a State neutrality, is a renunoiation of their
allegiance; that it la the duty of the Govern
ment to reduce the. revolted oiticens to uncon
ditional submission; and that . no compromise
ean or ought to be made. , " ,.,.,
St. Louis, May 7. The Union Home Guard
the 1st and 2 J wards, ' numbering -15,000,
probably 1,600 were sworn into the volunteer
service of the United States to-day;; Compa
nies from other wards will be sworn in? during
the week. The men are allowed to remain
with their families, and follow their usual avo
cations, but will be required to do guard dnty
one day in each week. .- Captain' Lyon has or
ders to receive 10,000 volunteers.' 'He has al
ready upwards of 5,000 mustered ihto the ser
vice, and the Homo Guard of this oity will com.
piete ano pernaps exoeed the complement.. . - -
FaANsroRT. Ky.i Mav Lei'slafnre
has adopted resolutions calling1 :' for the" corres- j
pondence between Gov; Magoffin' and the Coo-'
federate States authorities; and -also enquiring
whether the Confederate States had made any i
requisition oa Kentucky for troops, and - the
Governor's ' reply thereto; also, to appoint a
committee to enquire into the expediency of the
suspension of specie payment by the banks.
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Secession of Tennessee.
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Nabuville. May 7. The Droceedlnes of the
Tennessee leeielature bave just been made pub
lic." The Ordinance of Secession. and .Alliance
with the Confederate States, was passed aubf
eot to a vote of the people, otrthe 8 th of June.
mi- ftjrill.. v. ! 1 1 . 1 lii rate nnn'l
ijii luiiiiarY ui VABstju, ubiiiiik ior oa.uuu
volunteers, and appropriating $2,000,000' tjneon''
ditionally, and $3.000,0011, ooidigwiljr;;'s
Secession of Arkansas.
Louisville. Kr.. Mav 7. A relia6fe nrivte
dispatch "Says that Arkansas Vesterday passed
the, . ordinance of BecesBioo,.biua vote of 63
against). .,; jiiibtj ,Mbwit
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fflfLADEDrHIA.. MaSfli Mil BlvSrd tietiUA
having bstn,lately at Montqmery; as was re
ported, DUt nas oeen to .Cfr (urieana,; on pri
vate business. He returned (a. Wilmington to-
day. ; $ utj i aKA'-ia l8'a;JU.I 1
PmuDELrHtAi May: 6. Mr. ; Bayard- denies
havlnK been lately at Montgomery, as was re
ported, bnt has been to New Orleans qn. private
business, lie returns to wumlogton to-day
xariSi M may 7, uourbon oountv elves
330 majority for Union Nicholas county; 1,200
majority tor Union; Mason count', 9.233 ma
inrlt to Culon: B.ackeu countt. 1.703 tnal
joritv for Union: Lewis count. 1,340 maioritv
X . -. ... Mnn . .
r uniqni.leming county, iw majority;, for.
iT fl w 11 orx HfiTrirrJ U ,U ;ui,il
Boston. Mav T.Wxiki.t i Ban:' STiTiuawr,
capital stock 138,371,700. , Loans and dia-
wiuut : ot,ooa,4UU. Specie $53S,0OU. Due
irom otner banks' $9,168,400. - Due to other
"r? iftir: VopoAUi 18.848,700. Cir-
ouiatioo sjo,oia,uuu.
'Bostow, Mat 7. Tha affiMtaAr tUiUfi&ixfiZ.
iment, which has been hbr.raZ2
dayMwalting marching orda heitrlisffoMhe
offlplai orders from; the. ar;'peDattment', that
no more troops would be aooepted under three
years ennstmentvwned otr (Jor- Andrew this
afternoon Iff a' bod.-Wit offered4 ftieir servlcea
w.etQ(T,w1t9,.(,Be Kegiment, lor tns full term.
Great
of Hon. Reverdy Iohnson.
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Baltimok, May 7. The Union demanctra-
tlon at Frederick to dav was a emnrt fr,ir
fion.iReverdy Johnson, in behalf of the ladies,
presented flag to the Hume Guards, who
1)DQ0 members present, beaide a large and en-
.uuuiaauc garnering oi ine peopio. Air. Jirbn-
son said:
xa ine original causes which bave produced
the present emereencv. Marvlnnd hn hurt
"share. Her DeoDle ever merit, and notr
isaiooi Id support of the Constitution and
government wbioh they were foromoat in form
log and adopting. No threat of treason has
ever been -whispered within ber limits, while
me Diessings and advantages of the Union faavo
ever been fully estimated and appreciated. The
loss ot these advantages, it is felt, would be ut
ter run. In this ruin, all the States would
more or less a hare; but onr o-encranhlnal nnni
uub wouiu make it to us immediate and total
Separation is impossible. But for the resist
ance to its just and legal authority , the Govern
ment had given no cause: and had the friends
of constitutional rights remained at their posts
In Coneress. the nower of the Government to
iraBscresfl its author tv con d bave been eueotu-
ally thwarted. The leaders of the rebellion
Were actuated by ah unholy thirst for official
power: too raot u evinced In tne elevation tn
place of all who have desecrated official posi
tion by plotting treason. - - , .', -1
M nor UIBT KB WG11 BlrlKB Bi IUB OBUVeDB WILa
ineir arms, aa alralnat thn American llnlnn
ioieai was certain to rebellion. TUe tree stales.
aocoraiDB in me last census, nave J.YiB.UUU.
males between the avea nf 18 and 45; thealiaval
otauiiaaTOl.bbO.UUU.c The seceded b tales, ex.
oluslve of Virginia, had only a population of
,diu,uuu, ana tne oiuerence in weaun is. in
proportion w mat ot men. witn sucn a vast
disparitythe end of the struggle Is beyond doub'B
Xt was' tho aim of the South to confine the
war to tbo Border States. .. Mr, Cobb was even
now congratulating tbem on tbe removal of it
from their midst, but Maryland should frustrate
tais cowaraiy policy. Let those who have pro
yoked this war bear the brunt- Maryland's
proper position is to remain firm in her loyalty
w mo government.-' l nereDemon leaders had
done all they could for Mr; Lincoln's election
as the means of nreeinitatintr revolution in tha
oouin. iney relied lor tbo sucoees of their
plans on the intervention of the Border Statou.
and divisions in the North, bnt thev wapa nhnrt.
sighted men. The first gun fired at a noble
and starving garrison was a blow at tha Na
tion's heart, and a united North had anrunir tn
-.us 111 iiuuwauuu oi vue nag ana tne main
tenance of the Government. Heaven fnrhiH
that tha dnty of that vindication should ha for
gotten by Maryland. .
;,i Several arrests were made of parties charged
with nartioinatlne In the attack nn thn M,im.
cnusetta troops, yesterday and to-dav. There
has been a Btamnede nmnno- tha aiiananlari
a - . r.v-.
seventy ot tne rioters nave O aannaarpd
The Legislature did nothing to-day.
[Herald's Correspondence.]
Washihotom, May 7. Tbe greatest aetlvitv
prevails at the War and Navy Departments,
perfecting details, encompassing and punishing
traitors. ' k.-vv --'"'' - 1 : .
Another committee has been here from Balti
more. I hey reported to tho President that the
moo spirit was oown,. ana tne loyalists werej
preparing to weioome tne Government troops;
There will be at least three regiments raised In
Baltimore, of .1.000 men eachand they will be
accepted by tho Government. .
Forty thousand troops will bo concentrated
at wasnington. - -
' Tb Massachusetts 8th Regiment yesterday
sent 500 loavea of splended bread, made by
themselves, to the New York 23th Regiment.
Gen. Patterson,, of Pennsylvania, will move
troops- iby detachments through Baltimore as
toon as tbe railroad is repaired. , ,,
A;Majo Hunter j United State Army, will be
Late Riobmond papers' announce tbe march
ing of military companies towards Harper's Fer
ry. The Kentucky battalion is expected to
uiuvo tuuner.
. Senator Morrill tenders a reft m pnt nf 1 n mh...
men from Maine, none to be loss, than aix feet
higbf for the Regular Army. - They are likely to
The Governors 6f Pcbnsylvania, Ohio, Micbif-
gan,Indana and Illinois have agreed on a plan of
ovoperaiion tot ine support or tne iederal gov
ernment. , They will act us a unit; their action
saving Decn,ratined by the President.' '.'".
Secretary Chase has ordered the stonnain of
ti ti m i . , . ri rr
an supplies oi anv Kino ior tne rebellious mate
at Cairo.
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Additional European News by the North
American.
Market. The Brokers' cfrenlar
reports sales of cotton for tbe week 80,000
bales, including 12,000 to speculators and 12,
000 to importers.-Market active and allqual
ities have advanced Hi. chiefly the good tu
ples, which were scarce.' Sales on Friday Of
20,000 bales speculators and exporters took
10,000.:
The advices from America cer Nova Scotia
and Kangaroo,' containing news ot the hostili
ties at Charleston, caused an unsettled and ex
cited market, with a further advance of per
lb. on aft descriptions, while holders demanded
an advance Of d- The following are tbe au
thorized quotations: Orleans fair, 8 V; Middling,
li Mobile fair, 8; Middling, 77V; Uplands
fair, 7; Indg. 7K Stook in port 953,000
bales, including 777,500. American. James
Hewett says the week's advance, including that
to-day, (Friday) Is 3 1 6Ud, and quotes
miaaiing at i uneans 1 1U 1U.
Advices from Manchester show a firm maiw
ketfor!goods and yarns, and holders demand
advance. .."v';-v i .
Llveroool bte'adstnffs dull, new from Am.
tea not having any effect. Provisions steady.
American stocks the latest' sales were I. C.
shares, ;30 discount; Erie shares, 2424.
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WASBlHOTOHi May 7.-The War Denartmont
has informed the Governors of the States which
have ordered , out their quota of militia, under
the first .requisition of -tbe President, that It is
desirable and preferable' that ; those who have
not been'marohed forward shall be mustered in
ior inree years, unuer toe suosequent proclama
tion. .Full instructions on this subject will soon
issued. ';.. r,-. .. ,
W. Fcbbegger.;,or Cincinnati, has been an
pointed a Paymaster in the Armjr. ,..
'Mai. (Anderson will soon be ordered to honor
able duty. '' The Government intends promoting
hlm.to a Colonel., ;,...y.; ...;;'
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Chicago, .May 7. Tiro companies of Min
neeota plunteers bave been ordered by the
Secretary of War to Fort Riley, two to Fort
Ridgely, and two to Fort AberOombie, to relieve
(bo.opmpanics of the Second Infantry at those
posts. I " ' '
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HAaaisBUio. Mav 7 The Governor haa ra.
Ceiled 'a dispatch from the Secretary of War
prpde quarters for a large number ot addi
tional troops.
.;$Aii!uca, May 6. Three, hundred CAval-
ry, well mounted, left Carlisle barracks this
In
red
t
moraine for New York.
go through Baltimore.
It iasaid tbey are
TPwaorr, Mayl7.-A fire at East Saslnaw. this
mornlne. destroyed elchteen buildiniri on Wa.
ter street,' below ticnessee, and a quantity of
lumber and staves. ' The loss Is estimated at
flU.UUUj insured for upwards of $20,000
! a i 'i
Bof Alifl. Mav 7. Tha. sohonrlni. PBmn.
from Detroit, with a oargo of oorn, sunk near
the Light House last night In a storm- Five of
tne crew were lost. The captain and one Sal-
ln ..bi.4 i - -'- - k .........
,m mnt in m ii n i, ,vji;,
PmtAttr-BrA.rMa 7.i-A Phllsdelohian has
lust returned from Virginia. $30,000 worth of
nts property was , seised ati Richmond, and ho
was compelled to 11 ee for his life-
PlTTSSOIOH. Mav 7 Jadire MoCandlena dn'
livered. to-day, an elaborate charee to the Grand
Jury qf, th,eUplted, States Court, on the subjeot
oi treason. -;,, .,:-t,
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BAtTiiioM;'May 7.'-Tn6 trodps at the Relay
nouse are airengtoeuing tneir position by throw
ins no breastworks and diflaltir -trenches.
LtehB Fitlritlerov. U. S. Naw. w.a
at Harper's Ferry this morning, while en route
few Wo.hlfiVtnn. ." ' " . . .. -i,i
i-VAfWTONi May 7. Mains. Anderson hat
tbis evsnioff, with the content of the President,'
for
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aoBjipted' the coinmand of the Kentnckv DrU
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, Trmtok, N.;J., May 7The House bill
raise a loan of one million, and a State tax
another million, passed to a third reading
Mr. Morse. Dem.. introdnoed a retolntlnn
thanking the Governor for the energy displaced
had ' i"lriK the quota of troops, and pledging New
Jer8eT to use all her power to maintain
uolDn no voniiuuiioDj aiso, manxing
rrcsident for the energy and activity displayed
,a oeienatng toe union,
nn The resolution Daased unanimously.
r. Mr. Cook has introduced in the Senate a sun
a P'ement to the aot for the punishment of ctlmec
It provides for the minlihment of all who shall
in any way, by furnishing afms, munitions
war, vessels, money, eive aid or oomiort to tl
enemy, by imprisonment of not less than five
or more than ten years, and by fine of not less
loan xo.uuu.
it also nrovldes for a similar punishment
an who shall furnish the enemy with intern
gence, or by treasonable publications. It also
requires each officer and private in the active
nuwia to take an oath to support the conatllu
"on and laws of this State and United States,
J D 0De7 the orders of bis superior officers.
It is Ihoupht thn LnrlnlattirA will arlinnrn nn
Friday of this week. A resolution has nasaed
the House to mpnt arain nn the 4th TiiAada nf
uiy. ic was taKen to tne senate, wnere it has
not yet oeen acted on.
- St. Louis, May 7. The Senate satin open
I BCBB1UU ulOHi OI TBRIflrflaT. DUE nOtniniF nf Im
I nortonen whb rtnnn. 'I'hn Hnnna in .,t
I session all dav. but mothlne definite a knnwn
lor Its nroceed nca.
' Tha C.nm nnrrnannnrlent nf the l?.iiuklu.
aava live batMr ea are now o anted at ri ffrn
points on the Ohio and Mississippi, fully com-
manding both rivers attneir connuence, and
so placed that the entire torce can be rallied to
support any point la a few minutes. All the
batteries are sustained by large bodies of In
laniry.
Col. Wyckllffti, of Kentucky, cositivelv as.
aured Col. Prentiss that no preparations hostile
to Illinois are being made at any point near tbe
uairo encampment. . , .j ,' ,; ...
Several hundred troops were at Corinth, Mies.
near tne junction of tbe Mobile & Ohio and
Memphis & Charleston Railroads.
The encampment of Missouri militia of this
Military District la at Camp Jackson. Missouri
llty, and numbers about '1200 men. a larco
number of whom are raw recruits. The force
will be further augmented to-dav and to-morrow
by arrivals from tho southwest. The expedi-
. ! f . . 1 , I t n
uun is auout two nunurea ano nity strong
New York, Mav.' 7 Eight enmnanina nf
Sappers and Miners havo been mustered into
service. Also fire companies of Col. Baker's
California regiment. Col. Hawkins Zouavea
will be mustered into service to day, and armed
with Enfield rides. A
New York and Philadelphia have been made
military oepots. iroops are to be concentrated
In' these cities, to be sent at tbe last emere-encv
to any point by sea or land.
i be Uorernment baa accented tha tender of
various yacms,to be armed for revenue service.
[Special to the World.]
Washington. May 7 Malor Anderaan rnn.
templates address Ine tbe neonia of Knntnlr on
bohalt of tbe Union - - - '
Several army officers who failed to get com
missions in tbe rebel service on resigning, have
w ue restored, a ney met witn emphatic
There are CO.000 stand of arms in the Wash
ington Navy Yard.
[Special to the Post.]
Wabhikoton, May 7 The Government has
already received proffers of 250,000 men from
West of the Allegbenies.
Arrivals of specie from the North made mo
ney matters easy. No further trouble is antici
pated from a lack of funds. .
: I
Anhafolis, May 6. Several auspicious craft,
fitting out at Baltimore, will be overhauled in
the bay.
An enthusiastic Union meeting was held
here last night
It Is thought General Butler's nltimate des
tination is Harper's Ferry. Troops left Wash
ington, it Is supposed, for tbe same purpose
targe numner ot transports are collecting
here. 1 .!,). . u . ., .
" It Is supposed a large body of Federal troops
will be in Baltimore by Thursday, and that ac
tive aggresaiva movements may bo soon ex
pected against Richmond. ....
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Harrisboro, May G In the Legislature to
it was proposed that, as ex-Senator Mason,
Virginia, owned large property in Pennsylva
a committee be appointed to investigate;
and whereas he has been guilty of treason, no
conveyance or transfer of tbe same shall be
acknowledged or recorded in the State. - ' .
A motion was made to extend the ttma nf
specie payment of the Banks till the next meet
ing of the Legislature in January. . f
THE MARKETS.
Cincinnati Market.
FLOTJR has been the on It article nfPrwln.. i hii
there haa been any activity daring the week. To-day
thera was leia done, bnt holdera nn fnii a-m
heretofore. SuperSne was aold at 94 75, and purchaiea
not eaaily made at a lower figure. Extra white wbeat
brought 15 50. Thma fignras abow the range of the
market. The demand haa been malnlV for oiullUae of
Flour thataneuitad to a retail trade
WHEAT cornea In very ilowlr. and nrli-eaam nnnw.
fluently malnUIned firmly at SlfSlOi for red; and tl 10
1 15 for prime to choice white. The millers do not
nekt the market at these prloea, except In caaei of ni
cettity, claiming that prtcea for Flour do not warrant the
prloe of Wheat.
CORN cornea In bo fatter than It required by the lo
cal land dlatillera' demand, consequently tbe price is
eaaily maintained at 34o.
OATS have a ateady, regular market at 98e.' i
BARLEY la generally held out of tha mirkut nA -
oelptt are very light. The demand la veiy moderate
eaiea cannot no made at over OO to S3a.- -The aaklot
Bgure la 65o. ,
..BTK hvi hadrao market darlnc th a wast nntn' tr...
tome enquiry wai experience t hot St bo better prloea
wan aw neretorora prevailed Wn -. j. .. r s . ,.
WHIeKr-li kept at KHo bat by din t of thaperle
tency of those who are able to Doatrol th m-rL., k.
the
Cin. Com., May 8.
Cleveland Market.
TUESDAY May 7.
-in.
Virginia haa oeaaed a brisk demand from tha But for
gradea of Ohio and Canada Floor, ao that our city
mill; find their fancy grades tanning off rapidly. The
XXXh Ke, city ground, aalla in lota at IS 50 and XX
at i 75. , Country bread range lower. 604 bbla
goodivettntry red sold laat evening at f5. . .
.WHEAT aapply very Ueht. Salea 1 ear red at tl 09
oatraok.Scara rwiatil 10, and 3,000 bnih red from
tore at $110, leaV white at 91 SI. ,
OaTS tale learatSSo. 51 - -. V '.
MES8 POHK firm at BI7 rniAIT ..,. i 1
Ul.iBWINE3-aalcs50bbl, ,tl4Xe. and'libbls at
BACON uteisnn a.rf,i. ..or , '
BUTTER dull at lsi14. , " , x .., 'V
O IlEEBE-anchatiged. Qniet at 8!.flKe,- ':"
H(KJ a ateady. at &exo. 3 .
How York
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, May 8.
FLOUR recelbti Of l43ofj- khli: market ih. i
portent change tn prloea; aalea of 6 800 bbla at S.VS5 10
aaperflns atate; 9S tm 3u fbr extra atatet 93j lo
auperflnS weatern; 95 90(3)5 50 for oommon te medi
,um. Fcjvorn i jjua,auu tor ahipping brands
extra Round' Hoop Ohio. Canadian float anchansed:
BTEFLOUR-iteady at 93 10(84 foreooaoa to choice
lupa0o- :' i ' i-1- v, .'. . A .. w .- i. .
WHB AT-reoelpto ot 160 094 bush., Market canuonee
very, doll; common deaorlptlona heavy and dtoiln Ing:
while choice gradee ara-eoarca- and very- flrmt-aalH of
S5,000' baiheta 9 1 SO if or Chicago aprtng delivered; 91 24
muwiuinviuiiavuTweafetuurorwrilta BoaHieru:
1 75 for choice -white Kentucky) 91 36(31 40 (or amber
Slma'imdn. .. ,,
AXEtteadF aoi Stat at UtS.A ICi-J:
BARLEY ttetdy ! ealee 1 S00 bmh. ' California at 70.
OORN Roetnta 36,541 baih! market ilulc nl n
0CO Hiihattt forold mixed weatern delivered .C ,:
u at o more active in port roc the government at 33u
35 t for Weatern Canadian and BUie..
sjaaaxa. if wwwww ivi imuw. - ...
BKF-ttadJale250.b,H. y ( )
CUT iTFATB dull i , ,
TjAHD dull and hf! aIos of 430 bbla nllKBSKe.
BUTT EK -In fair- inuui at 12SMn tr..
ana ioig,iuci turnow niaia. r- " , "
OriKlS3S-ateady49i "II.v UJA;!
WHIHKT-heavy and decllng aalea ot 150 bolt at 16X
BTOCKl a fair baelneta doing, and nrioea enter. tr
Uonlarly i noe tha b art, money and exchatge witbnnt
onanav w mt uiwjt All u. Sor n '3U;
Fenav- 75: M yW! S; do pref?,ed SI; M 8 wf do
quoted Fan IW: O O O Del At Had 88. Pic
M 70f Reading 3X; N o fl-,o, Ya 'e 48; Tenn 4 Mo
40X-, Oa 77V Trtat. WijOX: rj, g y, 7l Oonpona
7dia,Ti
-.I't.'
-,- David A. FiiheVe1 Estata:' y
VTOTICE IS) MfcREDV (3IVRM THiT
ll the nnrteralgned haa thia day been appoint ay tb
.v, vvur. ui rauaiw ooanv, vokh Adatalatrator
dabvnitno .of the eatataof .J)vl44k f leher, late of
0f?!,A"5,"?lf !VovateiU.-Dated ibis
..paarstSJiiJtfSitJai ii0t9 .tTuJOOX WMflHI.'
the
the
of
of
j 1 1 ' i
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
OHIO,
BI?I'J!,.,ac,nJre" " kinds of Por
""""nary Nteam En
Klaes, Maw Mill, urlat mill,,
dec. dec.
LASS s JBODlXrBtattnl XT. e BLAND TSealtnJ
v. a. u. MUVALL Beaten tit COLUMBUS
.; VACmXB CO. Beaten 1 1 1 1 BRADIORD
tt CO, Beatenttltt
' Our Portable logins and Saw Mill -
Wai awarded the first premlunt of 30 at tht Indiana
BUto Fair for lOorer tans tBodley', on account of
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
ano superior charaoter of lumber sawed
thflr.tp;eK755o:"w,rat,, " 0,6 "me p"
.im,-Wlf,..fEM f flt.Pr..i of
by a eommlttc of practical Railroad nutnear..
for price and termi addreai
At. i . W1LLABD WARNER, Treaaurer, ,
dec5-dwl,eoU. . Newark, Ohio.
1 .... AV
ASTHMA.
ADTUfcTlBEMKNT.
Tor the INSTANT BELIEF
and PERMANENT CURE of th
dlstreaeing oomplalat See .
' ;;.jENDTti '. , ; . . -BRONCHIAL
CIO ABET TK 8.
Made by O. B. 8B YMOUR CO., 107 Naeaa. Bt., H, T.
Frio 91 per boxi sent free by pott.
MRS, WINSLOW.
An experienced Hurae and Female Physician, pretesti
to the attention of mothere. her
SOOTHING SYRUP.
r
run LftllLDItEN TFRTHIVfi
wntcn greatly lacllitotet theprocesa of teething, by soft,
,l?gDj?5uln;' 'eda!lt' 'l inBammatlon-will allay
ALiIi rAla sknii tlrtaiamuliia anting i-
-t vwm aavalVIJt SlliU IM
SCHE TO REGULATE THE ROW a,
Depend npon It. mother.. It will
., " ' - tv vtirwira
BELIEF AND HEALTH TO YOTJB ISFAWIg
We bave ontnn AnriwiiH thia rfi.ia.
n.pAN.8AY, IN OONFIDBNOBANDTRCTHfoflL
" --w u naw ucicr mriiaa rn assail tv aiwaw . i.
. ..Vi .. " " All, ell, la A BINQLB IN8T.
ANO. TO EKFF.OT A CIIHR. .h.n ,im.--. .l
r did we know an lmunce ofdiaaatUfaetlon by any one
who naed it. On the eontrarv. all rrt.n.hi.H -uk ...
operaUona, and apeak In terms of commendaUon of ita
. uu meaicai virtues. We apeak In thia
rlence. AND PLKDG8 OUR RK PUT AT ION iorthi
VULILLMKNT o WHAT W? nVk. f 2 Tflx?
almoat every Instance where thein'ant la suffering from
pain and exhaustion, relief will be found In fifteen or
twenty minutes after theSyrnp la administered.
Thia valuable procuration la the prescription of one of
the moat IXPKRIBNCKDand SKILLFUL NUMBS In
NewBngland. and haa been nied with N kV eh bait.
INQ 8UCOK98 In
, THOtJSAjrDS OF CANES.
Itnotonlv rallevei the hiM r.nm i ,
atea the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and give
tone and enerc to thewhnla v.t.m. t, -mi .i ,r
atantly relieve
GBJilO THE BOWELS, AND WINO COLIC
0Te??o,5 txiwTaiaiioiie), which. If not speedily reB
Snd. ,n desth' We Wvt It the BBBT and 8UB
SSt"0?.!" W0RLD-10 s'lcase. ofDV,
. "" vinjiuiivaa in umiiuaiEia, whethe
arises from teethlns. or from an nth.
woold say tp every motherwho hu a child suffering from
any of the foregoing complaints DO NOT LET Vnnn
FRBJUDICBS NOR THB PREJUDICKSOF OIHER&
stand between yon and vouraaffering child, and th. .
aVii .i- v, ' fc AOBouurHLY SUES to
x ui ui, mcaicine, u timeiy ased. Fall di
rections for using will aooompany each bottle. None
-.... ... iwiisu, o, vunnoet rJirtAlNH.
e Fork, Is on the outside wrapper. '
Sold by all Druggists throughout the world. -
Prl iclpal Of Flee, 13 Cedar Street N.Y.
f U.HJtiVISL.Y25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
octCT-dfcwly.
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE.
Steam Between Ireland and America.
NEW YORK, BOSTON AND GALWAY.
The following- new and ninlllmii t1 Paf neMIa.
ADRIATIC, 5,888 tons barlhen, Capt, J. Maoar
' ' (Formerly of the Collins Line ) .-. ....
BIBERNIA, 4,400 torn burthen, Capt. N. Paoivnr.
COLUMBIA, 4 409 ' R. Liitob.
ANOLIt, ' 4,400 Nioaoww.
PAOIFIO, .SW " ' I. SaiMH
PIIINCB ALBERT, (Screw.)
a,u - J.WAlkia.
One of the above thins will leave New Ynrk or tin.)
alternately every Tuesday fortnight, for Oalway, car
rying the government malls, touching at 8t. Johns,
The Steamer of tliia tin have been constructed wilh
greatest care, under the supervision of the govern
ment, have water-tight compartments, and ar unexoel,
forcomfort, safety and speed by any steamers afloat.
art commanded by able and experienced officers,
every exertion will be made to promote the comfort
passengers.
an experienced surge jn attached to each ahlp. . ,
KATES OF PASSAGE.
Vlrtt'Clase N. !. or Boston to Oalway or Liverpool 1 100
Second-class, . ' . , " . .. . 75
Flrat-claaa, v . , USt John'a ' ' 35
Thlrd-claas, " " to Oalway ot Liverpool.
or any town in Ireland, On a Railway, - . - 3U
Third-class paaaenaera are liberal It annnlleil with am.
visions of the best quality, cooked and served by the ser
vants of the CompaDy.
.; HETCItN TICKETS.;
Parties wishing to tend for their Mends from tha old
country can obtain tickets from any town on a railway, in
aniaiiu, or irom uiv principal cities oi England and Scot
land, at very low rates.
Passengers for New York, ertrlrlnir hv tha ftn.tnn
Sleamera, will be forwarded to New York free of charge.
mue iwiwiia ur turuier uuormaiion. apply to
War. II. WTHKHAM.
At tht office of the Company, on tht wharf, foot of
vauai street, now xorar-v -
HOWLAND A8PINWALL, Agenta.
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place
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after
the
the
mail
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1881.
Ksq.,
, Ii
DRESS GOODS,
New ttntl Attractive.
pIoZansiquks, w i : -
f Travsuno PorLms, 'j
- Chkni Popuns,
, ; . v : POIL DC ChITSKS,
Fkcnoh Chintzis, -
l. ......
( - i Ruiun uiuaiitnu, , . . .
FSINCH OfiOANDIEd, - '
" " Chinisk Wabuinq Silks...
Elwjast Dribs Silki, ; - -r-,
' ' ; HiAVr Basque and Mantli Silks;
, And all other new and fashionable mateilalt most tn
demand for handsome D raises and Mantillas.
' ' .' ' :" - BAIH 80S, -'api
' ..'.'f ,' No. 29 Booth High ttreet.
A T
XV BQOM, NO.
WM, KNABE & CO..
THEIH NftW MLF.-rfWW
1.10 BALTIMORE ST.& "l-VSii
. . . a It
HUB. 1, 9, 9 tod 7 IT. BUT AW BTslaUY, '
Offer for aals their catebratad V - v .
GOLDEN MEDAL, T " ?" fc-j5 ,V
, ' .GRAND
AND SQARE
f lANO-rORTEa
Being highly recommended toy the first Professors and
Musical Amateurs of the country, ana - ' , 4
BVBRV
. , IH8IBUM1SVT " ' . fx- '; ;i;ttj
, . .m WAKRAHTXDrOK "
Tht most faitldleus oastomw may rely upw betsg
leaava uivBryreepeot..ui -'
: VtraiellBwral.. - - i 1 WkJ. KNABBtx CO, '-
BRLTUB St WI18TER, Agenta,
rt98;lgrav.- , t i Colnmbna, Ohio.
of
en,
anew
Mill
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.. FBICE8 SEDUCED . , .
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From the New, ork Observer. 1 .
AS all nartles mannfu.tnr1nv Rlnw tfoohlnAj
llged lopiy Br. Howe a license on mh machine
and are a so compelled to make returns to him, under
oath, aa to the number aold, his books give a correct state
ment. From thia reliable aonrca we hv irfln,l
following statlitlca. Of the machines made m the year
ltti'J, there were aold,
By Wheeler A Wilson 81.505
v l. M. Singer at Co
' Orover It Baker 10,'JW)
Showing the aalea of Wheeler At Wllion to ba OtmUa
those of any other Company."
Awarded the hlgheat premiums at the
United States Fairs of 1B58, 1HJ9 and 1300;
also at the
i Ohio State Fairs of 1850 and 1860;
. , and at nearly all the County Fairs in the Stale.
Our prices, at the lata redaction, art a low at any
lock etiek maohlne now aold. and bnt a trifle higher than
the Interior two thread chain attcA mocAinea. now
forced anon the markot.
The WIIKELKft Ac WTLROV MAfinTNlt nkuih.
toc Stich the onlyoneahlch cannot be raveled. It
Is Alikb on Both SiDsaof the ffnmli. lMvln in ri1n m.
(JiainonUie wider. tide.
AU machine! uarranted 3 veure. ami tiudmlrtfm
given in tlielr ate, free of ohartre.
U. CRART, 81 High at., Colnmbna, O.
WM. BUMNBR k. CO.,
dc3-0awd3mfcwBm Pike's Opera nonse. Cincinnati.
fiREAT CUBE.
. DH. LELAND'S
' ';'
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND1
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Rheumatism, Goat and Neuralgia,
AND A SURE CURB FOR
All Mercurial Diseases.
It It a conveniently arranied Band. eonUlnln a meA.
Icaled compound, to be worn around the Walat, without
injury to the moat delicate persona: no chanee In hahiu
of living la required, and it entirely removes the dia
ease from tht system, without producior the iniurloui
effects arising from the use of powerful Internal medi
cines, which weaken and destroy the constitution, and
give temporary relief only.- By this treatment, the med
icinal properties contained In the Band come In contact
With Ihe blood and reach the disease, through the pores
of the skin, effecting in every instance a perfect cure,
and restoring the parts afflicted to a healthy condition.
This Band Is also a mostoowerful Akti-Mmcusiai. omt.
a win entirely relieve me system irom.ineMrniotout
effects of Mercury. Moderate cases are' cured In a few
days, and we are constantly receiving tastlmonlalaof its
efficacy In ageravated catearf long standing.
Paica 92.00. to be bad of Drunlata lenerallv. nr nan
sent by mail or ezpresa, with full direotiona for use.
any part ot the country, direct from tha Principal
Office,
So. 409 BE0ADWAY, Ksw York.
G. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors.
N. S. Descriptive Circulars Sent Free. --
Agents Wanted Everywhere.
.mh28-Jjlaorljtp.dAtw , , - - - , ,
Red, White and Bine
I
DELA1NFS,
CAtlCOES,
NECK1IES.
Jast opened by
apr29
MIBBON8.
. SILKS,
BAI!ft80N,';
No. 29 Sooth nigh atreet.
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
I DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
! BELLINOH AM'8 ..
. ., i CRLSBRATKD '
f -. -I.
Stimulating Onpcnt,
1
1 For the Whiskers and Hair
The subscribers take pleasure In announcing othe
Uitltena 01 tbe United 8tate, that they have obtained the
Agency tor, and are now enabled to offer to the American
puniio, tne above justly celebrated and world-renowned
article. The
STIMULATING 0NGUEINT
prepared by DR. 0. P. BKLLINGIIAM, an eminent
physician of London, and ia warranted to bring out a
PC. VI
. Whiskers or a Mustache
from three to tlx weeks. This artlMo la th. i. .
the kind used by the French, and In London and Paris
1. m universal use. '
It Is a beautiful, economical, soothing-, vet attmnlatln.
oomponnd,aQtlng aa If by msgio npon the roots, causing
beautiful growth of luxuriant hair.- If applied to the
it will oure laumssa, and eaure to spring np In
of the bald spots a Sue growth of new hair. Ap-
aoeoraing to aireotions, it will turn Rao or towt
Dagg, and restore gray balrto ita orliinal color,
leaving It toft, emoolh, and flexible. The "Owooxht" Ii
indispensable article in every gentleman's toilet, and
one week't ate they would not for any consideration
bewithontiU
The subscriber! are the only Agenta forth article in
United States, to whom all ordera must he addressed.
PrlceOne Dollsr ahov fnr ami hv .11 nni..(.i. ....i
Dealers) or a box of the "Unguent" (warranted to havt
desired effect! will he sent tn anv wh a..i it ,
(direct), securely picked, on receipt of prioa and
postage, 1.18. Apply to or address
: ., . , ...II0BA01 I. BISIMAN A CO.,
' . .' i ', 1 ,; . DaoooisTa, Sto., , .
feb20dAw6m William Street, Naw-Io'rk
AVING THIS DAT SOLD - OVK
Stock of Orooerlea toO. 8.DKMINO. wecheerfullv
recommend him to our old patrons and frienda.
thus. WAL&ER ox BON.
Colnmbna, March 29th, 1801 apl-dtf
Notice,
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS.
THE FOLLOWING CHANGES WERE
made in the the officers of this Bank, January 29th,
to wit: W. A. Putt, President, and Taroaus
Moonta, Cashier, resigned their offices. Bavin TavLoa,
was then elected Fret dent and Wit. A. Platt ap
pointed Caahler.
bj oraer or tne Board of Directors,
feb 5, !8Ul-dtf. W. A. PLATT, Cashier.
w
t
NOTICE.
ITAVE SOLD TO JHR. DENHT WIL
SON DRUG STORE, which
orner of High and Gay streets to tha Southwest corner
Broad and nigh streets, Columbus, Ohio.
with many tnenke to my former patrons and enitom-
I respectfully request tht continuance of their fa
vors to my auooeaaor. 1IBNRT U. NEIL.
uoiumbua, April 1, ini,
DRTJG8TORE.
HAVING PURCHASED THE DRUG
-8TOBI of Ur. HmwT M. Nut, I have opened
on the Southwest oornerof Broad and Ulgh streets,
Oolumhus, Ohio being tht old anArelialUttanifor
DiMinNl or mony yairi.-
1 nave a rrean ana wen selected stock or J'ure Altai
einee, and Pure Chemieale, together with fainte. Oil,
rumwiw, ceo., usaaiiy aepi in auon an estauiiaument.
ITT PREacaimoHa oarelully and nromntlv comDound-
, ,
Store open at all hours of the dav and niaht.
respectfully solicit tht patronage ot the public. ;
HBNKY. WILSON.
Colombo. April 1. 1801 aprC:dlm
, ; Employment" 1
THE SUBSCRIBERS, DEALING IN
a Staple Article, will furnish emulnvmeni tn
few aetiva men to aot as agenta for their house. A
preference will be given to those who are wall, acquaint
ed In the dlatriot for which they apply.
wor wnicn services iney an wining to pay a salary
from
$600 to $800 par year, an.4 Kxpaatta' .
for further partkulara addreat . . ...... t
1 ...... -. W1 B. MOREnOtJSE A CO. '""
'-- . ',: .' , -:t and S, Ixchanat Piaet, ?
Ian38-aan. . ' -; " .'"..' V Jersey Oity, N.J.
I TREABURT DEPARTMENT Of OHIO.J
? ' . v ; ICotrjataoa, April 8, lfilll. "
Bavlnirt! Bank of dnoirtnatl.
ALLPERSONS HOLDING THE CIB
eulatlng Notet at the Savlaza Bank of Cluelanatl
will present the same at thia offlos fcr redemption, where
win e paia m run. - .
apHdlrn , ,v A. P. BTONB, Treasurer of Suta.
NOTICE
19 IICKKOT' GIVEN THAT I WILL
pay all outstanding ordera on tbt County Treamry,
frees order Nn. SSI to flOOt Inclusive, leaned from
Iraeembar.lfm toApril, 18W1. -Alao, that I wtU pay all
eutataoaing oraers taaaea wis year up to nan.
.., JOHN Q. THOV1P80N-,
March IS, JMfltdAJtw . Treaaurer franklin Co,
I CAHADIA5 ft U1SIIED STATES MAIL
STEAMERS
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,"
and
.
nh.
I
Tha Montreal Ooaan flrjumihln rint....,. a ,
full-powered Clyde-built Steamers sail every Mat
uraar Irom PORTLAND, eamlnatha Canadian ..d
United States Mall and passengers,
NORWEGIAN, NORTH AMEBIC AK.
BOHEMIAN. . ANGLO-SAXON,
NORTH BR1T0S, HIBKRNIAN,
CANADIAN, . NOVA 8C0TLAK,
8norteatf Chaapeat andUalckcstCn
- varance front
AMERICA TO ALL PARTS OF EUROPE".
Kates of Fassase to Europe,
JO, VSO.
Will sail from LIVERPOOL even WedassAa..
and from QUEKKO every- Saturday , ealllnz at
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and u'd Mailt and
Passengera, to and from Ireland and Bootland.
lOThese Sleamara are built ot iron, in water-tight
compartments, carry each an experienced Burgeon, and
every attention is paia to tne eomiort ana accommoda
tion of passengers. Ae they proceed direct to LONDON
DERY, the gteat risk and delay of calling at Bt. John's
ia avoided.
filaagow passenger! an furnished with rattptaige
tlcketa to and from Londonderry.
Belum tickets granted at reduced rates.
Certillcates Issued for carrying to and bringing out pas
aengers from all tht principal towns of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reduced rates, by thia line of steamers, and
uyuio nABUxnuiON LINK UFBAALINQ PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool every week.'
Sight Drafts for and upward pay-
able in Kntjlands Ireiund, 8cot
land or Wales.
For paassge, apply at the Offloe. 23 RROAD
WAV, New ifork, and WATlilt ST.,
tilvorpools
. : . BABEL 9j 8EABLE, General Ageou,
O'w- tl. R. ARMSTRONG. f
BolO-lydAw Statesman OfficCColumbus, Ohio.
HTNIfEWELL'S
UNIVERSAL
couau
REMEDY.
ETTRKE WELL'S
TOLU
AK0DYNE.
Forall TIIUOAT and
i. vno conriuninvH,
Including- WIIuuPlNii
COCOH, and every
Complaint the foreran
ner of, and even actnal
CONSUMPTION.
Tho Great NBVKAL.
QIC HF0MUDY ana Na(.
itral UPIA'I'G, adapted
to every apecloa of Ner
vous Complainta, Ner
rati and Chronic
Headache Itheumn.
ttaiu, Catarrh, Tooth
and Ear Ache, f.oaa of
Sleep, and Bowel Cam.
plaints.
No real Justice can be done the above preparations r
i'iuvuiiuk na reaumg oescriptive pamphlets.:
be foand with all dealera, or will be sent by Proprietor
on demand. Formulas and Trial Bottles sent to pbyal .
clans, who will find developments In both worthy thcrli
acceptance and approval.
Gorrespondet.ce solicited from all whose necessities or
curiosity prompts to a trial of the above reliable Reme
dies. ,
For sale by the usual wholesale and retail dealer
everywhere.
JOHN nrjItNEWELL) Proprleto
CHEMIST AND FHAaMACEOTIST, a
No. 0 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Hats
Roberta A Samuel, N. B. Marple. J. R. Cook, J. M
Denlg. O. Denit Ac Bona. A. J. &-hn.1l. Atg. a.r,i. .
for Columbus, Ohio. myl-dly
Dr. J.H. McLEAN'S -
Strengthening Cordial and Blood
PURIFIER.
Th Urealeat Keiuedy In Tut at orla .
AND TUI
HOST DELICIOUS
AND
DELIGHTFUL
COUOIAL
EVER TaREN.
IT IS 8TKICT
ly a acientiBo and
Vegetable Compoand,
procun-d by the distil
lation of Hoots. Herbs
and Barka, Yellow
Sock, Blood Root,
Baraaparilla, Wild
Cherry Bark and Dan
delion enters into ItafcSS
Before Taking.1' remedial After Taking
principle of each ingredient ia thoroughly extracted bj
my new method of distilling, producing,, a delicious, oj
hilerating spirit. and the most INFALLIBLE) remedy tor
renovating tbe diseased system, and reatoring (he aick,
suffering and debilitated INVALID to 1IKALTI! and
STRENGTH.
IfIcLEAN'8 STKEIVOTllEMIVtl f(lt.
DIAL
Will effectually can
LTVRR COMPLAINT, DTBPIPBIA, JAUNDICB
iky
Chronlo or Nervous DeMfitv. Diseaaea of the KUneua.
and all diseases arising from a disordered Liver or Horn
aoh, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward Piles, Acidity or Sick
nesa of the Stomach, ynllneas of Blood to the Heal, Dull
am or swimming in tne need, ralL.tatlon of the Heart ,
'ullnest or Welaht In the Stomach. Sour E metal inn.
Choking or suffocating feeling when lying down Drvnen
or Yellowness of theBkinand Eyea. Night Sweats, In -ward
Fevers, Pain in tha email of (he back, chest or side. "
Sadden Plashes of Ileal, Depression of Spirits, Prighrful "
Dreams, Lannnor. Despondency or anv Nervosa I)iH.M.
Sores or Blotches on the Skin, and Fnwar aA i.n. fa. ,
Chilli and fever.)
Over a million oi ttotllea
Have been aold during the last six months, and in no in. .
stance haa It failed In giving entire eatlsfaotion . Who. -'
then, will suffer from Weakness or Debility whci Alo
LKAN'8 BTKENGTHENINQ CORDIAL will rate yonf
No language ean convey an adequate Idea of the Imme
diate and almoat miraculous ohange produced by taklug
una voruiai in uio uiseasea, aeouitatea Ana shattered
nervous system, whether broken down by excess, weak by
nature, or Impaired by sicknesa, the relaxed and unitrnnr
organisation is resioreu to its pristine neaitu and vigor.
IMAttKIED PERSONS, '
Or othere conaclout of Inability, from whatever cause,
will find McLean a Strengthening Cordial a thorough
regenerator of the system; and all who may have Injured
themselves by Improper Indulgences, will And in the Cor- ,
dial a certain and speedy remedy.
To tbe Ladles,
McLcau's Slrengtlicniii" Cordial
la a sovereign and speedy ear for
INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, WHITES
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontinence ef
Urine or Involuntary Discharge thereof, Palling of tha '
Womb, Giddiness, Fainting and all Diseaaea incldne t
females.
Tb.tr is no XiaUk About It.
Suffer no longer. Take it according to Directions. It
III stimulate, strengthen and invigorate you tod cause '
he bloom of health to mount y oar cheek again. '
livery bottle ia warranted to give satisfaction. , -.
.. FOR CHILDREN.
If your children are sickly, pnny, or afflicted, McLeanV "
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robust. Delai -.
not a moment, try It, and yoa will be convinced.
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKlC"
Oarinos. Beware of Drugglsttor Dealer! who mat
try to palm npon yoa aome Bitter or Baraaparilla tnar r
which they can buy cheap, byaaylnt It Is just u good.
Avoid each men. Ask for ldcLeaa'e BtrengthenlngOor
dial, and take nothing else It la the only remedy that' '
will purify the blood thoroughly and at the same lime
strengthen tha ay tern.
One labtespoonral taken every momlr.g fasting, Ita
certain preventive of Cholera, Ohilla and Fever, Yellow
fever, or any prevalent diseaaea. It ia put np la lares
bottles. i
Price only 81 ner bottle, or S bolt lea for AS.
J.H.JJcLBAN, ' - -' '"
... Bole Proprietor of tills Cordial, l.'j'v
Alao MoLewa Volcanic Oil Liniment. L
Prlrclial Depot on the oornerof Third and Pmestreebj.
St. Louis. Mo. . , .
McLean's Volcanic OH Liniment. ' ' " ;; ? r
Tno beat Liniment In the World. Tha only earn and '
tsrlaln oure for Cancers, Piles. Swelltnne and Hmn-
chilis, or Goitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weakness of th - '
aiuKiee, vuronio or annaDunaiory Hiieamatism, Biifl
ness of the jolnta, contracted llusoles or Ligaments" ' '
araeht or Tootliache, Brultoa. flnraim. Wound. i
Oats, Ulcere, fever Sores, Caked Breast BoroNh.plee,
Burns. Scalds, Sore Thoat, or any Inflammation or Pain, "
no difference how severe, or ho long the disease aa ' '1
have existed. McLcau'a Celebrated Liniment kr a ear :
tain romeuy. . ' -
Thousands of human beluga have been eared a life of
decrepitude and miaory by the use of this iuialnable mod-
eine. ., - - .. '
McLEAN'S -- VOLCANIC- OIL
'OS
.LINIMENT
a i.'
Will rellava naln almost Inatantanaonslv. and II wit
cleanse, purify and heal tbe foulest seres in an inoredl 'fr
. tt etr Harisa ana vtner Anituam. - u J
MaLaan a celebrated Liniment la tha only safe and re
liable remedy for the ears of Spavin, Ring Bona, Wind
galls, Splints, Unnatural Bamps, Nodeaor Bwellinga. It
will nover rail to tare Big Head, Poll ilvil, fistula. Old' T
running Bore or Sweeny, If properly applied, for
Sprains, Bralsea, Bemarhea, Bores or Wonada, Orvied .
Heels, Chafea, Saddle arOoliar Gilla It (a an infallible
remedy. Apply it aa directed, and a ear ia oerlaln la
every uietano. -
The trifle no longer with the many wnrthleM lfii -men
as offered to you. Obtain a supply of Dr. McLeaa'f -'
tclebtaled Liniment. It will en re yon.
J. II. McLEAN, Solo Proprietor, "' . .
, i Oorner of Third and Pine Btreeu, Bt. Luult, Kn. : .
for sale by ell druggists,
-tor sale by ., . ROBERTS A SAMT7RL.-
ai--dwly :, ' ' . Oolnmbua. Orrle. ' f
tt"
BONNETS, IIIOnONS TA1IS.AND'
.RUCHES, new sty lea, last open dbT , '
BAIH St 80S,
, tprilS , R. S South filth su.it.

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