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THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 9, 1861.
LOCAL MATTERS.
The Adams Express Company places us daily
under obligations to It for the very latest papers
from the eastern cities.
'Tbe Amerloan Express Company has
thanks for its daily favors In the shape of
very latest eastern papers- .
Camp Jackson. The Thirteenth Regiment
laf for Camo Dennlson. Ohio, at fire o'clock
this morning, as per orders. , ..;
There are now remaining In Camp Jackson
about three thousand and one hundred men.
These are all Intended for State servloe. It
understood that the Camp will be occupied da
ring the summer with from two to three thou
sand State troops.
The mud in the Park Is now quite dried op,
the trees are begining to fmt forth leaves, and
above all, the soldiers and officers look more
contented and cheerful. They expoct soon to
be furnished with uniforms and arms, and go
Into a regular system of camp life and discip
line. In the meantime Adjutant Jones is farming
the musicians Into a regular band, a cannon is
to be brought on the ground for the purpose of
firing salutes, to., the guard is inoreased and
rendered more efficient and vigilant, and other
arrangements are being rapidly perfected to ren
der Gamp Jackson, in all respeots, like the en
campment of a regular and well-disciplined ar
my. The soldiers are to be supplied, nnder the
supervision of the new Commissary General
with rations, after the mode adopted for troops
in the U. S. service.
We shall be surprised if Camp Jackson does
not this season tarn out officers and troops of
which Ohio may justly be proud.
Thanks to Quartir-Mastir Giniral Wood,
The Zouave Rangers, while on duty at the
Arsenal, last night, 8th instant, were agreeably
surprised by the reception of a most exoellent
supper, hot coffee, &c, through the kindness ef
that estimable gentleman and efficient officer,
Quarter-Master General Wood,
As a manifestation of their appreciation of
the kindness, the company were called to order
by Capt. Bennett, W. T. Los an, secretary, pro
tern, and the following resolutions were unani
mously adopted : .
Rttohed, That the thanks of the Zouave
Rangers be and are hereby tendered to Quarter'
Master General Wood, for the excellent oolla'
tion furnished ns on this 03CMion.
Retolwd, That the Secretary be appointed a
committee to nave tne proceedings ot this meet
In
W. T. LOGAN, Sec'y pro tem.
Columbus papers copy.
ID Yesterday, Louis Iinoehan, of the firm of
Lindkman & Ritz, of this oity, while on a visit
to bis farm about four and a half miles from the
city, was thrown ont of his buggy, in oonse
quence of his horse taking fright, and one of
his legs was broken above the knee. The acci
dent happened in the woods between the farm
and the road, and Mr. Lindeman remained In
the place where he fell for over two hours, be
fore he was discovered. Dr. Drort was called
to attend him, and he will remain at his farm
until sufficiently recovered to bear removal to
the city.
District Coort The District Court Judge
Scott, of the Supreme Bench, and Jadges Bates
and Baiaos of the Common Pleas, being on the
bench commenced Its session at the Conrt
House this (Thursday) morning, May 9. The
forendon was principally taken op In calling
over the docket, hearing motions, &o.
Note Paper and Envelopes. Meters.
Randall and Aston, Stationers, No. 109 South
High street, have presented us with specimens
of note paper and envelopes embellished with
beautiful and appropriate national devices and
mottoes. .' Those in need of snch articles will
be able to enpply themselves on satisfactory
terms at Messrs. Randall and Aston 's.
ID"W. R. Kent will sell, to-morrow. May
10thtat his Auction Room, No. 11 East State
street, SO doz. qt. bottles Catawba Wine; SO YA
barrels No.l Mackerel; SO kits No. 1 Mackerel,
and 1,000 lbs of plug Tobacco. We wonld call
the attention of dealers to the above goods, as
they are in prime order. Sale positive.' To
commence at 10 o'clock.
Rail Road Time Table.
LlTTLt MUMI ft OoLltKBDf ft XtRU Ba It.
Leavei. Arrives.
Cincinnati Accommodation. 5:00 A. M. 0:05 P. M.
' " , Xipreu 11:50 A.M. 11:113 A. H.
Half Aoeommodiiioo 1:30 P. M. 8:55 P. M,
Night Bxprew Til Dayton. 12:00 midnight. 3:20 A. II.
, ,,,, Jo.. W. Bobirtt, Ajent.
OOUVBDf ft OUOTLAHD B. B. f
NlRhtBxpreM. 3:40 A.M. 11:45 P.M.
Ner York Kxpren 11:10 A. U. 11:10 A. M.
Mali and Accommodation.. D:i0 P. M. 9:10 P. U.
.. . . . jAim Pattxrior, Agent.
CoitraiOhio R.
B.
No. 1 Ixpren
. 3:30 A. M. 11:38 A. V.
No. 3
No. 3
do 11:18 A. M. . II 45 P. M.
do ' 3:10 P. M. 4:50 A. M.
W. J. Vill, Agent.
PrrnBCRSH, Ooldmkti ft CncunuTl B. B.
Hall Train 3 30 A. M. 11:38 A. H.
KxpnuXtaln..... ..11:18 A.M. 11:45 P. U.
.- .. ... . Jos. BonitiON, Agent.
OoLomtr ft IimuiroPOLii, B. B.'
OoLno PiqoAft IndunaB. B.
No.l XxnrCM... 6:30 A. M. 1 1:50 P. M
No.9 ,f 3:00P.M. 8:45P.M.
Aocommodatioq 10:5OA.M.
Sarsap arillaI Th is tropicalroot has a repn.
tat'en wide ae the world, for earing one class of
disorders that afflict mankind a reputation too
which it deserves as the best antidote we pos
sess for (scrofulous complaints. But to be brought
into use, its Virtues must be concentrated J and
combined.'; with' other medioinei that Increase
Hi power.'1 Some reliable compound of this
character Is much needed in the community.
Read the Advertisement of Dr. Atir's Sarsap.
arilla la our columns, and we know it needs no
enoomiam from us to givy oar citizens confidence
Organ, Syracuse, N. Y.
AOniT SwmDLi. The whole commnnity
are swindled ahd robbed of. their 7 money ; and
health by the sale' of Impure And unhealthy
leavens, (oalled Balcratns), whioh are ft slow
poison. James Pyle'e Pletetlo is para and
wholesome. Use no other. Depot, 345 Wash
ington Street, New York, Sold by grocers
everywhere.'? i ' 1
CDoctor Liland's Anti-Rheumatio Band is
tha only known remedy for Rheumatism, Goat
nd Neuralgia, and tba pernlolous effeota of
Mercury; and it is with the greatest satisfaction,
at to its merits, that we call tha attention of our
readers to the advertisement In another column
of our paper of the Anti-Rheumatio Band.
To CrriziNS and Stanjiks. We would say,
if yon are weak or debilitated from any cause.
or troubled with Indigestion, Biliousness, Sour
or ick Btomaoh, flatulence, exposed to epi
demic from change of climate or weather, or on
tha decline from previous diseases, do not fail
to try a bottle of Prof. Wood's Restorative Cor.
dial end Blood Renovator. It will strengthen
yon, exhilarate and build up the weakened or
gans of the system. Only one dose will De re
, quired to convince yon of its wonderful tonic
powers. Yw jor Tmi, -1
TELEGRAPHIC
REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.
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Washington. Mav 8. A Northern gentleman
from Richmond reports large numbers of troops
pouring; In from the South. Nearly on thou
sand men are manufacturing arms. They
provisions enough for twa years, and plenty
ammunition, exoept percussion eapsr eeveral
persons are now in Northern oltiea trying to
a sufficient supply.
The Richmond Enouirer save the Leelslatur
oi north Carolina organised on w eanesday,
a Din calling: a uonvenuon oi ine peopit passed
unanimously. . The election for delegates is
De held on tne utn, ana ine convention will
assemble on the autn inst. -
The Herald lays the Confederate troons will
be withdrawn from Pensaoola and marched
iv or m. : -
The Government ' has positive Information
that only 4.000 men are at Harper's Ferrt. anil
the place can be easily taken with 3,000 well
armed men and a nark of artillery. " It Is-'bro-
posed to do it with the oo-oneratlonof the Pmim-
eylvanla troops on the other side. ". m w
The Times dltDatoh save, orders have na
from the War Department to pat Cairo in the
best military condition.' There should, bv BiU
uraay diroi, ne ia,uuu men mere. iu 1
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lell. favIS haanotiUfld Gov. Lfttaher at. him
Intention tooommaod the troops, The, same
informant reiterates the report that five' men
have taken oath to assassinate Lincoln and
The World' M rnrrpannndonfa ami tlio Vip.
gina troops that evacuated Alexandria are back
a,n' ... i. ...... . . '
PiHRrvit r r. MtH 1 Ann addiUnntil
arrlrpr) frnm Pl,lldtn.l ,kt. ful-
Include the First Regiment of Pennsylvania
Artillery, jo. ratterson, and onerman 1 Bat
tery. The whole force is In a most oomplete
state of cfliolency. . v
Several large Amerloan flats are now fltins
at Havre de Graoe. .
uen. Harney has been ordered to St. Lonla.
on duty.
Gen. Lane was dispatched, some dava a?n. tn
Kansas, on important business connected with
ftha nnwaanmAn, TJ 111 1 .
u.igiuuiiuii us wiu uavn commana oi a
large lorce, ana wiu proceed as soon as possible
through the Indian country to Fort Smith, for
me purpose or taking that post and all others
belonging to tha Government, in Missouri and
Arkansas.
'
General Lane stated, before leavino- Wah.
ington, that with one thousand men such aa he
could bring into the field, he could march suo-
cessiuuy mrougn that entire seotionof the coun
try, tw men nnder his command will be com
posed of the same class that served under Moot
gomery.
1 be first through passenger train from Balti-
more since the 19th arrived horn this mnrnlnfr
The regular passenger travel and trains of
freight will re commence from this date. Three
passenger trains will be run daily each way.
Congressman Boulignv. from Loniiilana. ar-
riven nereto-aayirornXMew Orleans. Ilestates
tooji v.uuu soioiers nave lett that oity for Lynch
Va, and that larjre bodies of troon. frnm I
other parts of the Confederate States, are mov-
(niv In Id. J ! IT. ... I
..6 .u .u iui uicevtiuu. t aa aaya strong
uuiuu Beuumem ami prevails in ew Urieans,
OUI II IS Kent IB COmnlete anb action hw thA Sa. I
AAaalnnlafa . . I
The graduating Class of West Point Carlata I
.uiiiDio. i
i "2 mi o n,ght. They will be employed
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JNEW YORK. Mav M A o-nntlomn (mm
montgomery reports lien. Beaurecrard not at
menmond, unarleaton. Mobile. Montmmr.
or Pensaoola. A bet of 500 li mada hr tK.t
Beauregard was killed at tha bombanlmnnt r
aumter. it is certain that no official renort nf
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tue Domuaromeut nas as Deen
[Herald Correspondence.]
Washington, May 8 Official Intormatinn
nas Deen reoeived that the steam revenue cut
ter Harriet Lane reached Annapolis this morn
ing, oringmg op a privateer acnooner. eantnrad I
last evening off the Virginia capes. . On being I
cnatea, me crew or toe privateer abandoned tha I
vessel, with two exceptions. The name of tha
vessel had been effaced. -I
Letters from Virginia Unionists atata that I
one oi tne reasons lor . concentratinar troona
irgra ine vuuieueraie Diitei in Virginia was to
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increase tne secession vote at tne coming eleo.
tion. " " ! : ij i J.
There are still some traitors W the 'War De
partment. : "
The officially aononced determination of the
Virginia government to contest the occupation
of the right bank of the Potomao,oppositel Wash
ington, is expected by the military authorities
here to result in a battle between th federal
forces and the rebels in close proximity to the
capital. Gen. Scott is not quite prepared to ad
vance the troops to the other side of the river,
but ft strong force will nevertheless cross the
river and assume and fortify position near
Alexandria, as soon as the necessary prepara
tions can be completed. . , , , .
The Richmond authorities aie evidently tent
wen informed aa to tne pians oi lien. Scott.
The military movements directed by themselves
last week, show this. ... :. . .,
St. Louis. May 9. Two more Regiments of
Home Guards, nnder command of Col. John Mo
Neal and B. Grati Brown, numbering 2,100.
were yesterday iworn into the V. S. service and
furnished with arms.
Troops from the south-west border have ar.
rived and taken up their quarters In Camp Jack
son. - ,.-.'-.' n t i
Recruiting la going on to a considerable ex-
tent, and several companies are expected from
aojoining counties.
A joint resolution has passed to suspend the
apportionment oi tbe.Stale Sohool money for
the present year. ; . , .
In the Senate yesterday, bill was reported
from the Committee on Ways and Means, to
arm the State, but before- it was read, the Sen-
ate went into secret session. r i I
The House wae in secret session all day! v
Cairo correspondent of the ' Rrvublican
says large bodies of troops are stationed at
Hopefleld, Ark., opposite . Memphis, and at
Camp Rector, Are miles above. N v , , ,
A company of sappers and miners are throwing
up fortifications at Camp Harris, six miles above
Memnhia. on tha Tennenaea aide.
Memphis la turned Into ft camp. 7 ; j) , .
Everybody belongs to- tome military orgini
zation. .
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[Tribune Correspondence.]
Washington, May 8. The Government is
rxmaiderlnir tha nnlira at Mmtrnntlno fln.tlnc I
batteries for use on the Mississippi- ffo doubt
thev will In a short time be contracted for.--
Privata advices from SiJ.ouIS to" the Gov
ernment state' that the KSormw arai lu dan
ger of being overcome by-iha ssstonwUkiuvT
less federal troops are stuiionedi ihetO' in eoa
siderablenumbers. " " "'' '" '
The matter Is nnder advisement, and a decisive
demonstration will be made in support of the
Union movement in Missouri. i .... i.,,:
Federal soonts arrived from New Orleans.ro.
port that even tha Home Grrnrd has been mus
tered Into servloe, with1 directions to prepare
speedily for transportation tabfthy&ra,1 ", y
The Mayor baa called for-av eoond Home
uuara. . i i -j , - -j j, ,., ., .,...,,
The men seemed relnotant to enlist-' sic
It Is supposed, at the -farthest. 4.000 troons
have been raised ia New Orleans,' all of whom
have moved toward Kiohmond.
Tha War Department bas learned that 500.-
000 men are within two days march, of Rich
mond. ' j i K;.4;Jli ;
Orders have been given, by General Soott.
for the rapid Importation of foroes to Washing
ton. ...... - VI.".
Niw Yoar.'May 9. The steamer Africa.
from Liverpool the 27tb, and. Queenatowa tba
S8th nit., is coming no the bay. . ..,
Tha steamer Ksdar has arrived, bringing the
family of Col. Dlmmlck, from Fortress Monroe.
Tha Fnrtraaa is raadv for anv emerorencv.. .iiuo
i na Quaker City is blockading uape iienry.
it is said Vlre niansara fitt nr oat IhS steams
ers Yorktown and Jamestown,' to run the block
ade ot James river, where the Montioello is
rru - . . . ...
auw re yon mat . B IHNI danaaalnniata wara
swiiouea opposite Fortraas Mooroefcls nntrua 5
ina secession flag. U atill flvinavat Hamn
ton
WASHmOTOH, Mav 8.w.Offinl ,ail.li U
rensaooia say tbe siiipe are amnl v snnnllert with
everything . (or sis monthsi aud, the Fort Is Id
excellent condition, Q4 :snj,o,, , be. Ukea by
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Detroit. Mav 8. The extra session of the
Michigan Legislature met at Lansing vesterdav.
The Governor'! message reoommends that
law of the last session providing lor raising two
regiments be amended to authorize four more,
wun power to raise ten, if necessary,1 to
ioa volunteers wnue in tne service or tne state,
preparatory to being mustered into the service
or tne United btates. at tbesame rate as en
titled to after being mustered nto that service.
Alfln. that Mil anhaAAtinne .n om.ntd ha turn
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three years, unless sooner discharged, to meet
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inn Avlo-Annw
He favori a loan of not less than one million
dollars. Bonds to be issued In small amounts,
In which case he thinks the whole will be taken
by citizens of this State. He recommends that
the Legislature enact a law authorizing town
ships to levy taxes for the support ot families
volunteers.
He lave the National Government eannot
longer confine itself to mere defense of the na
tional domain and property. It most strike
treason wherever it is found, AH the delusive
pretences of rebels about cocroion and Invasion
of States,must be thrown aside, and the full right
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emyl'nchof USE
Deyotm question. The Btate which refuses aid
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to lawful oall of the President, is as much
gnllty of treason as one which makes actual
war
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oity, bearer ot dispatches to Washington, re
burgh, norta his oonvcraatinn with SnerAtir Ram,A
; Tae Virginians are not ready yet for an at
Tbe tack on Washington. Gen. Lea inainta that tha
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I Mniiimiiur. M...R Tli. Pnu(l rw..,.
mentis ready to take charee of the malls anv mo
I ment Con cress directs. The official seal. book.
I blanks, routes, elnrlnal fawn.
No detention of mails is feared in conaeauenos
OI any policy OI tne Lincoln Uovemment.
In Congress, President Cobb read a dispatoh
I from D. P. Hall, Commissioner from Georela.
I momlv an uncnnrtltlnnsl ordinanna nfnAeeiiainn.
tuuuuuuiuyr iu ahkhmi nan nn.flflf.fi iinnni
I Mr. Mnrtntf. of Flnrlda. niTf.pfl a raanlntinn
Inquiring Into the propriety of appointing Chap-
I ,"lnB mine navy. - Aoopiou.
1 Mr- Ochiltree, of Texas, Introduced a bill
providing for the compensation of disbursing
I officers of the several executive departments.
Mr. Conrad, of Louisiana, moved a commit-
tee on ualms. Adopted.
Secret session followed.
Wheeling,' May 8. A largo Union mectioe
k.U D! I n . .
""'u twipgwoon, rresioa county, on tne
th. Kesolntiona were adopted expressing un-
alterable oonosition to tha nnlinann nf im
sion, and favoring division of the State, and to
vote fer a delegate to Congress. '
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delegates were appointed to the Wheeling
vuij.ou.wu. . , . ,
Nothing bas been heard from the Kanawha
region.
Advices from various western counties indi
cate great increase in the Union sentiment
All necessary arrangements are being made for I
holding ft Convention in this City immediately. I
Fourteen counties have thus far appointed dele-
ffetefl
A great deal of enthusiasm Is manifested ov
r the receipt of two thousand stand of Govern-
ment arms, which arrived here to-day.
' New Yoh, May 8. A gentleman of this
He told Mr. Seward of the determined feeling
. t .r 1 a. .. .. -
in in ew xoraio sustain tne uovernmenc, and
energetio action was expected or the Govern-
mnnt. ' Mr. Hflorard ronllod lli.f. K nanr.l.
i . M t- j. t. . ...
Huuma uOta no aiaannniiicea. nnn rnnnrrnt th,
vonld ba wall aatiafifld llh Hk -m,U
place In a very few days. This gentleman also
- " - w " w i? vifsatai wiaaa
oad a conversation with fostmaster-General
Blair, who gave him the programme of the
government, ana thinks it will be effective in
quelling the disturbance.
l roops win proDably be sent to Nem Orleans.
Mr. Blair thinks the war will be short, nnirlt.
ed and energetla. '
Hew Tosk. May 9 The Af rica baa arrived.
American ailaire engross attention abroad.
. Bullion in the Bank of Eoeland decreaaed
Consuls 3595.
Ham Cotton 99: market dull:
luu bucks, xo.uuu Dales. .
i Weather favorable for crops.
. 1 lonr auu na nominal.
' Wheat quiet.
Corn doll and freely offered i mixed 35rn36.
Beef steady r Pork steady) Bacon anlet: Lard
auui lauow nrmer; tsug&r nrm. closinir auiet:
ywH quietj aiob qniet
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FaiDiaict May 9. Two companies of volute
leers ror tne secession armv. from Baltimore.
about 65 men, passed through here about ten o
clock this morning, on their way to Virginia.
1 They marohed through the city protected by
General Sohriver and the Sheriff. -
The appearance of the men caused deen ex.
eltement. ,
There was do outbreak,' and their worn and
tattered appearance excited ridicule rather than
indignation. -
Washington. Mav 9. Earlv this morninc the
large building next to Willard's Hotel was dis
covered to be on fire.
The New York Zouaves rushed from their
quarters at the Capitol, and after breaking onen
aa DKin8 nou"e harried to the conflagration with
PPrtus, rendering highly efficient service
uu panu lua uuiv, iruiu UCDUUUIIVU.
' New Yoe. May 8. The 3d Reetment U. S.
Infantry, nnder Major Shepard. left for Wash-
log ton tia Baltimore, this morning.
senator jonnson, ot Tennessee, mado a man
ful Union speeoh for the enforcement of the
laws and the preservation of the Union at all
hazards, at Knoxvllle, a few days since. The
speech was received with great applause.
' Washinqton. Mav 8th. It la rennrteri that
El Governor Reader of Kanaka, now of Pnn.
sylvanla, will be appointed Brigadier General
inJhearmy. ' .
' Lieutenant Jooe, who fired the Harper's
Ferrv Arsenal, h&a been annotated Aaalat.
ant. Quarter Master General, with the title of
Captain. .. -t - .
S; ate line shall not be crossed by Virginians
Until thev are attacked. -,
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Aitntrous, May 8. Lieut. Crosby,of the U.
Navy, has arrived herewith the light-boat
which was stationed off Windmill Point, and
removed by the Secessionists. When seen, she
was' 12 miles lip the Wycomasie river. Her
crew deserted her. . . .
The importance of Annapolis as ft military do
pot ia daily becoming more apparent.
lWAWArOMB, JUST 10. ine JieveniQ . (t-OI
WftlUce's Zonaves) Regiment was presented
with two silk flags this P. M., one by the ladles
of Indianapolis, and.the other by the ladies of
Terre Haute. After the. presentation ceremo
nies, the whole regiment knelt down and took
the oath to protect the American flag and
avenge the wrongs done Indiana and her soldiers
by Jeff. Davis at the battle of Buena Vista.
The Seventh Regiment (Col. Dumont's) was
also presented with silk flag by the ladies of
Aurora. ,
; Washington, May 8. Simon too, tha Tim
correspondent, was wounded, this P. M., by the
acoidental discharge of a gun not fatally.- -"
Excitement exists among the soldiers in con
sequence of the shooting ot one by a policeman.
Wound probably fatal. - . ...-,-'.t
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pHiLADiLraiA, May 8. A special dienatch to
tba Pott saya Virginia troops are concentrating
in lorce at Harper s rerry, evidently with
the Intention to resist any attempt by the Gov
eminent to repossess it.
No 'apprehension is felt by tha Government
of an attack on tne lorces at Cairo. 1
LomsvltLi, May 8. The Surveyor of Cua
toms has been Instructed to prevent shipment
of arms, munitions and provisions for the sece
ded btaies, including Tennessee, Worth Carolina
aod Arkansas, and to interoept such shipments
passing oy or going through Louisville. ..
! Ntw Yoax, May 8. The Exprat Washing-
ton dispatch says that a schooner fully armed
was captured on tne mouth ot the Chesapeake
and taken to Annapolis.' Two men ware cap
tured, tba rest esoaping in boats.
: ! Wisnmarow, May 8. The Pawnee sails to
morrow i with sealed orders. The Pocahontas
has returned from a cruise on the Potomao, and
reports every thing all right.--
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ToiiOirw, Msy 9.-The iron steamer Peerless
has been piinshvaeed by the United State for war
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wTiRiNOTOir, May 8. It is reported that the
trooDa now at Perrtvllle, will soon arrive here
It la understood the? wH land on the BalU-
I more side, joining Butler's foroes at the Relay
House, and with troops from Harrlsbnrg will
I make force enough to past saieiy through nam
more
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Milwaukee volunteers was reviewed to day, by
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i Kning Kmc Miniatnr tn noma, wno na hean
I .vaurj niUKt i u i dh v vv wmw wuv una
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TaiNTON. Mav 8. The loan bill was amend
ed in tne (Senate, and raised to wuuu.uuu.
1 Memphis. Mav 8. A block on the corner of
I Front Row and Court street was destroyed by
fire, Losi $80,000.
PaoviniNot, R. I., May 8. Mayor Knight
and ail the other city officers are re elected on
the Union ticket.
Tt u . a TUm 1 1
ualtimuhi, juay o. iuv uvjciaiairiirtr ibb.
-"mou8 m111d
I UUIIVHIILllin.
THE MARKETS.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, May 9.
f reoelnta or 12.319 Ibis: sales ofBOOOhhl.
State and western tcarct and very firm; (5 03-3S5 10 for
nnitn itu:x slves an for ir iiiu: at in
,or ""P'noe weatern; a vwa ou ror common to grade
S?lb rM.l!J?J.20.ut -Vi nie oVd, ,"djri 7,e"
ti n
auu nn i ftztrf. at Mitan mi.
WHEAT heavy, and lte lowtr: lain of 40.000 bnih
:ln"r na we.iern fl aamu, wimo we item at
ooRN-heaTy and lower; mIm of 4,000 huh at 033104
irea mnea western aeiiTurca; 310 ror round ellow
BRKR ateadr: tales of 50 bbli at 4(314 50
CHEESE lOo.
PORK herrr and lnwer: aalri of 800 hhla ai7 w
17 75 for men, and $13 S4(I3 50 ror pi I me.
LARD firm and in fair demand; laleiof 900 bbli at
KvftillO
WU1BK.Y aotlve; "ale of 450 bbli at ICKe
COFfEE Ter dull and droonincr: lalri of 1 (Win
Bio ot 11X0.
8UOAR dull Ann favorable for buvanr ! nf lot
unni unoa at xso.
UULA8BA8 InaotlTti nominal In abwnc of sales.
STOCKS dnil and lower: moner contlnnM.hnn.rt
at waiu per cent on can: interim exchanfe Arm but qnl
Ch 4tBi37; OftOhso; o ft t asino. Scrip so
E B i3f,doqooted S8jt no 43 Readinn3i
rii doSd oi;' irTeMoTroeo. m" 'so
tt' p wfi ay m v n -7i un u na ii . a i. v , . .
nun a. vao'f u;uai rt It. U H 5'a 74. nnnnnm 7(1
v 8fi' Mi Coupons 3 do 81. 88.
Cincinnati Market.
1 1 . , . . J
txltod hai been iupplicd and the trade la attain mainly
Sf Ai?1!r-L .."Vfi t,ie" flnnljr ""'"''ned
H D SDUTia I IDW flATfl flCffl. "I'llfl Amnf1 tshlh h..
".. "jb iik1.. uuiuere can iao mora eainj manage
to atand a qniet condition of thing. We quote at. here
tofore. 475 for anperflne, 94 0 to 3 for extra, thence
to t5 for while wheat.
WHEAT there ia but nn llttla nnmlncr In ami uL
ora mainiam inair aaimg nirarei quite Brmly, thouih
thejr are not responded to with any intereit by our local
muiera. nea a neiu at 11 a ror Drtme. white at ai 10.
CORN come In Terr ilowlv. ami hnvera ha to atanrl
HI mOUfrn a itinera in that tha nM la not ararant.
"j urn quotations tor wntiay.
ua ie remain! at sue.-
BARLEY ia hfllri nomlnallir at RT.' hnl..l....n.Al
w cucoiea at oyer Due.
YE lellt more retdtly, and ii hard to buy at lest
WHISKY-lidullatl2,o.-7n. Lorn, ifayl.
Cleveland Market.
THURSDDAY May 8.
steadv and in rood demand, wllh aalaa r.r inn
bbli red wheat double extra at 5,O0; 110 bbli Indiana
wnue no at a se, ana n u wiado at Bi 33.
WHEAT firm and antlva. wllh aalaa nt 19nn hn.k mA
5000 do from itore and 1 car on track, all at 1 1 10, and
(UU OUBn Wnita from Itorfl. anrl 1 car nn traplr a, ai
85.
CORN aalei ef 1000 bnih from atnra at 37n. .H innn
sum at ono. ana i ear on track at
niunwintis quietat 14KVS140.
BUTTER dull at 12 13c,
EGOS continue in large inpply and dull at 8c.
II AUS aalei of -cured at tic.
Philadelphia Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
PHILADELPHIA, May 9.
Flock auiet assom.lfi?. Vn.uh.. ai
JJ. red 1 &U. 11 U far aihlta. ll..ll ab
iwi-waiaii, . .
BTKaifa CHITTINDXIf. . . . HC HBV T. CHITTINOKN
S. & H. T. CHITTENDEN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
KT'Offlcea, 89 William Street, Hew Tork Oltr. and
Park!' BniLoua, Oolumbui, Ohio.
lOCarefal attention paid to Collection, ,
aprll8:d0m . (
SPRINO CLOAKS AND BASQINES) I
NIW BTTLK8 Bala Ac Nan. N aon.mi,
High street, have juatopaned new ttTlea of Cloth Cia.
onLARa BAaqumta and BiCno , made in the neweat and
moat atyiun manner, aim, Maperk Plain
Black Milka. very heavy, deilgned exprnaly for
ManUllaaandBaequlnes. aprllS
DO T0U WANT WHISKERS?
. DO YOU WANT WHISKERS I
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
BELLINGHAM'S
OKLKBBATED
vSiiiaiilatiiiir OUaUiient,
For the Whiskers and Hair
The subicriben take nleatura In annonnrlna a tha
Oitiaena of the United Btatea, that they bare obtained tha
Aaency for, and are now enabled to offer to the Amerloan
publto, the above Juttly celebrated and world-renowned
article. The ....
STIMULATING ONGUEINT
prepared bv Da. 0. P. BKLLItfOHAM. an eminent
phy.iclan of London, and ia warranted to bring out a
thick let of ,
Whiskers or a Mnstache
from three to tlx weeki. This article to the only one
the kind naed by the French, and in London and Parle
ltlilnunlrerialuae.
It to a bcauilful. eoonomloal, toothlntr. vet ittnnlatinf
compound, aclinr aa if by magic upon the roots, canting
beautiful growth of luxuriant hair. If applied to tha
caln. It will cure BAinaiaa. and ram in mri.. nn in
place of the bald ipot a fine growth of new hair. Ap
nea according to direction!, it will turn a in or towt
air Bark, and restore nay hair to lta orl.lnal eninr.
leaving it soft, smooth, and flexible. The "ORaoorr" ia
tndiipenaable article In every gentleman's toilet, and
after one week's use Cvey would not for any oont (deration
without it. v... ,. -v
The rnbacribara are tha on It A(nnh far tha aatlala In
United Statea, to whom all ordera mult ba addreased.
Price One Dollar a box for aale by all Druggitta and
Dealera; er a box of the "Onguent" (warranted to hare
deaired effect) will be tent to any who dealt It, by
mail (direct), securely packed, on receipt ef price and
poalage, (1.18. Apply to or addren
., H0BA0H I. BIQIHAN k 00.,
! . ' DROooirra, See.,
febSOdScwCm ' ; r, ' 4 Wriliam Street, Mew-York.
:Red, White and Bine v
TaELAIlfEil, "'T
a i
XJ CALICOES,
- 'f.i.xt mi urn.
NECK tlE.'. - . . ,,'
Juit opened by
aprSO j y
-XT BAIN ft 805,
' - j No, 89 South High street.
.A. OZLnEtJD. ,V-;.
HATING THIS DAT SOLD OVB
Stock of Qroeeriei to O. 8.DMINO, wecharrfulrr
recommend nim to our old patront and friends. - -.
- - THOS. WALKSRfcBON.
Columbus, March S9th, 1861 apl dtf
of
Notice,
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS.
TIlEFOtLOAVINO CHANGES WERE
made In the the officers of this Bank, January SSth,
IHOl, to wit: war. A. fun, rreaiuent, and Tnoaus
Moonia, Uatiiier, resigned tneir oinces. vavid Tavlos,
Esq., waa then elected President and W. A. Flatt ap
pointed Cashier.
By orderof the Board of Directors. '"
feb 5, 1901-dtf. i - W. A. PLAIT. Cashier.
Benjamin Brltton'i Eitata.
OTIOK 19 HEKEBI GIVEIt THAT
the undersigned waa, au th 15th day of March. 1861.
appointed by the Probate Court of Franklin Ooanty,
Ohio, Executor of the will of Benjamin Britton, deceas
ed, lata of Norwloh Township, in said county.
.... 3. 8MIIH BRITTON.
Mtroh SOth, A. D. 1881.-dltw3U ;, ,,,,, ,..,.,, v
TIiACK STRAW BOIVNETS ATI Eli
XJ egmnt KIMwna, In rrM variety at 1 BAIN 8,
eeM - "'' ' ' ' B. W, High stmt)
.
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
NEWARK OHIO,
iriannracinrera t all kind of Par
a ii fx nunanarr eteim r.Ti
Kines, haw mill., Urlat Mllla,
&.C., cVCa
LAKSA BODLEYBtatml U. & 1. BLAND YBtaiml
J. dbj. B. DuVALL Btatmlll COLUMBUS
MACHIXS CO. Btatmll II BRADIORD
dk CO. Btalmllltl
Oar Portable Eoglns and Saw Mill
Was awarded the flnt premium of 50 at the Indiana
Btate lair for 1CC0 over Lane k. Bodley't on account of
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior character of lumber sawed.
Uur Btatlonarr Enaine waa awarded at tba ..m w.i.
iuu unit premium oi ww.
0?r Porthl Knglne waa awarded tha tint premlu m of
a,. v iu, ir ai vempnia, ' lenn., over Ulandy'i Du-
a. vuminuua naonine uo ., ana ilrartrord tt (Jo f
by a committee of practical Railroad Engineer!,
for price and termi addren
W1LLAED WAENKB, Treuurer,
dec5-dtwlyeoto. Newark, Ohio.
MRS, WINSLOW.
An experienced Narie tnd Female Phyilclin, prtienti
eneed Nnn
to the att
v ajuv a.wcuiiuu qi muuieri, ner
SOOTHING S YRUP.
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING.
which greatly facllitatee the proccta of teething, by toft
enlng the guma, reducing all inflammation wil 1 allay
ALL PAIN and apaimodlc action, and Is
8UIIE TOltEGl'LlTE THE BOWELS.
Depend upon tt, mothers, 1 1 will glye rest to youreelve
and
BELIEF AND HEALTH TO TOUR DIFAWIB.
We hare put up and eold thla article for nver in .an
and CAN BAY, IN OONPIDBNOB AND TRnTn'nf I?
what we have nerer been able tn m nf anv .ih.. aiI
elne NEVER HA8 IT FAILED, IN A 81NQLH INbT.
ANCE, TO Erf EOT A CURB, when tlmal. n.H. n...
er did we know an lnitance ofdiaaatlifafitlon hv anv Ana
who uaed it. On the contrary, all aredellffhte.1 ariih n.
operation!, and apeak in termi of oommendation of lta
magical enecu ana meaicat virtues. We apeak in thii
matter "WHAT WB DO KNOW:" after ten veara' a..
lienca. AND PLEDGE OUR REPUTATION P OR THE
auuiiiiiaiBnT vr Yi MAT WE HERE DECLARE. In
almoit every IniUnce where the infant ia luffering from
pain and exhauatlon. relief will be found in fifteen or
iweuir minute! aiter inesyrnp ll admlnlitered.
Thla Valuable nrenaratlon la the nreaevlnHnn rfM..f
the moat EXPERIENCED and BKlLLfUL NDRdEB in
New England, and baa been need with NEVER PAIL
IN9 SUCCESS in
THOUSANDS OF CASES.
It not oulr relieve! the child from nain. hnf
ate! the itooach and boweli, eorrecta acidity, and glrei
ton and enenti to the whole mtem. It will aimn.i in
tantly relieve
QBlPlIO TJT THE E0WJCLS, AND WIND COLIC
and overcome eonvuirioni, which. If notipeedlly rem
oicu, cm m ucaui. we oenere it tne bkbt and BUR
EST RKMIf DY IN THE WORLD, in all eaaea of Did
ENTERY and DIARRHOEA IN CHILDREN, wheth
It ariaea from teethinf. or from an other eanaa. wk
would aay to every mother who hue child raflering from
any of the foregoing complaint DO NOT LRT Vnun
PREJUDICES NOR THE PREJUDICES Of OIHKRS
atand between ioa and our auSertna etilM. anA ih
iwi inn win wauaa-yea. ABBOLUriLX SURE to
ioiiow mi bmoi inn medicine, u timely used, full dl
reolloni for utng will accompany each bottle. None
pouine ddiub u, lac-aimiie or uuftiiBet rERKINB,
New York, ii on the outilde wrapper.
Bold by all Drugglata throughout the world. ' '
Principal Office, 13 Cedar Street N.T.
PRICE ONLY 525 CENTS PER BOTTLE,
octtf-dawly.
ADVEBT1BEMENT.
in
for th IlfBTANT RILIIf
and PERMANENT CURB of th
distressing complaint na
ENBIIS : '
BRONCHIAL CIGARETTES.
Mad by 0. B. IBTMOUB k CO., 107 Naaaaa St., N. T.
. rno, i per oox sent rrea by post.
fOR BALI AT ALL DBUflOIgfl
aaya-ditwlyi
RISH STEAMSHIP LINE.
Steam Between Ireland and America.
NEW YORK, B03T0N AND GALWAY.
The following new and maa-niflcent flnt-claia naddla.
wheel Bttamsbips eomporth abora line:
ADRIATIC, 5,888 tons burthen, Capt, J. Maury
(Formerly of the Collins Line.) '
HTBERNIA, 4.400 torn burthen. Cant. N. Paoavaa.
COLUMBIA, 4,400 R. Lritcb.
ANOLIA, . 4,400 "-, ; Nichouoii.
PAOIflO, 8.600 " " I. SunH. .
PRINCE ALBERT. (Screw.) -
J.JUU J.Walkir..
On of the above ships will leave New York or Boston
alternately every Tuesday fortnight, for Galway. car
rying th government mails, touching at St. Johns,
.a. r .
Th Steamers of this lie have been constructed with
the greatest ear, nnder the supervision of the eorern-
ment, bar water-tight compartments, and are unexcel
led (oroomfort, safety and speed by any (teamen afloat.
They ar commanded by able and experienced officers,
and every exertion will be mad to promote the oomfort
panengera.
An experienced Burgeon attached to each ship.
HATES Or PASSAGE.
flrtt-elaii N. T.or Boston to Oalway or Liverpool tiro
Second-class, " " 75
flrst-elaaa, ' toBt John' 35
Third-elaas, " . to Oalway or Llvtrpool.
or any tows In Inland, en a Railway, - - - 3D
Third-class passenger are liberal It annolled with nro.
vielona of the best quality, cooked and served by theietv
vant of the Campaoy.
BETfJRN TICKETS. ' -Parties
wishing to send for their friends from th old
coup try can obtain tiosets from any town on a railway, in
Ireland, or from the principal cities of England and boot-
ana, at vary low rates. ;
Passeoeen for New Tork. arriving bv the Boston
Steamere, will ba forwarded to New York free of charge.
ror passage or mnner iniormaiion, app ly to
Wat. 11. WIOKflAM,
At the office of the Oomnanv. on tha wharf, font nf
Oanal street, New York. - -
IIOWLAND Ac ASPINWALL, Agents.
aprlllS:d6m. :
DRESS GOODS,
New and Attractive.
Mozambique's, ' '
TaaviLiHo Fortius : .; , ,
Cheni Pomjws,'
a-1 ". 1 .
Poil dc Cmvftcs,
r a ;l. .; -
; GglZtLLla,
French Crintzis,
FatNOR Moslins, ,
. FlKitCR OaOANOlIS, : I;
Chinese Washing Silks,
Eleqant Dress Silks, ; ' " ' " ' ".
. Hiavv Basque and Mantle Silks;
And all other new and fashionable material most la
demand for handsome Drerse and Mantillas.' ' 1
. BAIN At SON, ''
apiS9 ' No. SO Booth High street. .
WM, KNABE & CO.,
A T
'SI IF IK ntitV SALES-,
A. BOOM, NO.
1.W BALTIMOJiS ST.,
awe
NOB. 1, S, 5 and 7 N. BUT AW BTEE'
Offer for sale their celebrated
GOLDEN MEDAL, - "
GRAND
AND 8QARE
- PIANO-FORTES.
Being highly recommended by the first Profesaors and
Musical Amauur 01 in oountry, ana
ASTHMA
IT ' ''
V , WARBABTIDfOlt ' ' v
' . . rrvs TEARS.
Th most fiitldlcus customer Bay rely upon being
pleased is vry respect. ..,' w ' " ' .,
Term liberal. ' ' WK. NAB1 k 00.
SBLTZXB St W1B8TER, Agents,
ect9t;ly4w, - Columbus, Ohio.
sa SF ' j;- - , .t ,
PXICII RIDTJ0KD
from the New York Observer. 1
Aa all nartiea aaanufafirnrlna- Raarina Manhlnna ana
llged 10 DaV Mr. ilnwa a licenaa on aar.h nar.hina anM.
and are a ao compelled to naka ninmi ,n htm. nnria
oatli.aa to the number eold, hlibooke give a correct itate-
ment. from thla reliable aoarea we have ebtained
oiiowing aiaiittica. or tne machines made iu the year
1851), there were told,.
By Wheeler k Wilion
hi n uc.iri aa f.liai,a...
T M ain... a, n '
.21.305
. Kl.itt.l
.10.BH0
" Ornrer k Baker....
Showing the lre of Wheeler k Wilson to be douiU
utuav oi auy oiuer uompaay.
Awarded tne hlaheit premlnnla at tlia j '. ' .
United Btatea fain of 1838, law and 1BD0; .
i ; I " . ' alaoat the .
Okie Btate fain of W69and lfkWf , ',
and at nearly all the County fairs in the Bute,
' Our Plieet. at the late reduction, ora ttm hn nm am..
". -..' wwuiuw ww ""in. auu a mm, nigner tnan
the Interior two thrtod dato ttich mocAfnM, now
lorcea anon tne maraei. 1 -
The WHEELER k WILSON MACHINE makes the
iiOCK sticb tne onlv one which cannot baravolarl. it
ll Al.lEa on Both Biniaof tha aoda. laavlna u rMnm
.1- , -11-
AU macMrui uar anted 2 vtarm. and Imlr-wUnm
giron m uwir uie, tree or enarie. ,
U . CRARY, 81 nigh at.. Ooiumbas, O.
WH. SUMNER k CO
dec3 !2awil3mfcwCm Plke'i Opera House. Olnoinnatl...
vow MW im. M. VaV W WA
DR. LELAND'S
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND1
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Eheomatism, Goat and Neuralgia,
AND A BURR CURE f OR
All Mercurial Diseases.
It ll a conveniently arranred Band, eontalnln. a med.
Icated compound, to be worn a round the Walat, without
injury to the moit delicate nertoni: no chant e In hahita
of living ia required, and it entirely removea tha rila
ease from the ayitem, without producing the Injurioui
enecia annng irom uie use ot powenut internal medi
cine!, which weaken and destroy the constitution, and
give temporary relief only. By this treatment, the med
icinal properties contained In thaBand come in contact
tin ine niood and reacb the disease, through the cores
or the skin, effecting in enery instance a perfect cure,
and restoring the part afflicted to a healthy condition.
This Band is also a mostDowerful ARn-UiRcnaiiL ae-ent.
and will entirely re lie re thetyitem from iti permciov
effecte of Mercury. Moderate caiet are cored In a few
days, and we are constantly receiving testimonials of lta
efficacy In agirarated cases of loog standing.
Paic 3,00, to be had of Druggists generally, or esn
be sent by mail or express, with full directions for nee.
to any part of the country, direct from the Princlnal
tanfltr vawwalvinaw taallmAnl.la Afll.
Offio, , ; .
Ko. 409 BS0ADWAT, Hew York.
O. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors.
N. 8. Descriptive Circulars Sent Free.
IC Agent Wanted Everywhere.
mh281jliorlilp.ilfcw ,
T ATTrPUP TITllIWQTnW Xr OH
AJAAAlAtVA t A. U 1711.1 U iVH W.
23 & 25 PARK PLACE,
. 20 & 22 MDEEAY STREET,
NAil w srozi.3X,
' , j IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF, ,
Foreign and Domestic
DRY GOODS
. FOR CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT.
V SPRHSTG. 1861.
. We are opening, at ouramDle warerooma. at tba abov
number!, stocks of Goods in each of the six department
or our Business, superior to anything we have heretofore
exhibited to the trade.
CLOTH DEPARTMENT.
This ha grown to Us present magnltud amder th
thorough management of a bnver of long experience and
acknowledged good taste. We keep extensive lines of
me nnesi ana cnoicesi .
- FMCVVESTINCS .
AND
FANCY CASSIMERES
To be fonnd in the market, all selected with the nicest
discrimination. Also, all grades, colon and varieties of?
BROADCLOTHS,
SATINETS,
LADIES' CLOAINNG3,
TWEEDS,
FARMERS' and MERCHANTS' CASSIMKR1S,
KENTUCKY JEANS, from 9), to 12K cent per yard
and upwards;
TWEEDS. 12J, to U cents per yard last year told a
' " 18 to SO;
PRINTED SATINETS, at 14 cents;
. And other Ooodt corrapondingly Low.
Dress-Goods Department.
Manchester De Lalnea,
Hamilton do.
Pacific do.
Printed Lawns,
Printed Brilllantei,
fancy Ginghams,
Bombasines,
Black Bilks,
fancy Silks. '
Printed CbaMit, -Manchester
Qinghams, .
Olasgow do.
Clinton . do.
Ottoman Oloths,
Alpacas,
Poplins,
And the NeuScltci Style of
FANCY SPRING GOODS.
Merrlmao Prints,
Cocheco do.
Paclno do. .
fprague' do.
' Manchester, See. Prints, ke
Richmond's Prints,
American do.
Dunnell's do.
English do.
DOMESTIO COTTON'S.
Lawrence 0. fthee lings, Atlantic A. Bheetingt,
Stark
do.
Amoskeag
do.
1 Lathrop
Bhawmut
. Pocaaset
do.
do.,
do.
- Appieton
. Ereratt
Utica, Jtc,
do.
do.
do.
AU Oraiet and Widths. ';
BLEACHED BHIB.TINOS AND 8HEITIN9S.
Vansutta, D wight, Lawrenea,
Lonsdale, Great falls, Naumkeag,
Hill, Wallbam, Doott,
; 'J. Hew Tork Mills, to.,' Ac. t
SHAWLS ANLVMANTILLAS,
A LAROE AND SELECT ASSORTMENT. '
COTTON ADB8 a great variety. .
CHECKS do.
TICKlNQS-all the leading brands. ..i..
DENIMS do. do. ,.
SHIRTING STUPES-, all the leading brands. '
NANKEENS ,'. do.- . . - do. -i
CORBET JEAN8 do. ' . do.
M0BEBN8 ' do. - do.
DAMASKS, PAPER OAMBRI0B, COLORED CAM
; BRICS,fco.,e.v
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCKS OF
WH3TK 000DS, ' . . :
BOSTEBT,
TA5XXS H0TI0NS, , ,
Gentlemcii's FarBishing Goods,
... UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS,
; CARPETS AND OIL-CLOTHS, " -
And a great variety ef floods not enumerated all ef
which we pledge onrselvee to sell at tbe kmmt market
price tbe larger portion at from 10 to 30 per cent, lei
man lastyeer. .
LATHROP, LUDINGTON k CO.,
WE W YORK.
mart
NOTICE.
T HAVE SOLD TO SIR. HENRY WILr-
X BON my DRUG STORE, which is removal bom th
orner of High and Qay streets to the Southwest corner
of Broad and High street, Colnmbus, Ohio. , " ' - ,
. With many thank to my former patron and custom
ere, I respectfully request tbe continuance of their fa
vor to my successor. HENRY M.NEIL.
Oolumboj, April 1, ie01. ', .
DRTJGBTOiElliL:
TTAVINO PITHCHAEKD TUB DHCG
XX STORE of Mr. Hrni M. Nma, I have opened
anew en the Southwell corner nf Broad and Hnrh streets.
Columbus, Ohio tinq (A old and rtUabi tiand or
H.t talu.. .U. Ma ...... ...u
1 hare a fresh and well selected stock of Pur Mtat
Mmt, andPur Chtmicale, togslher with faints, QU,
Yarnuhtu, etc., usually kept In aach an cetablishment.
: Hj3 Paascatrnoas oaralulJy and promptly compound
d.
Store epen at ail fcoorl of the Ary aid . '
I respectfully solicit the patronage of the puhlln. -
HENRY. WILSON.
Columbce. April 1, 1801 pr8:dlm -
I
nk.
CANAWAJI ft UMTED STATES HAIL
-.j i STEAMERS ? t $
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW
Liverpool, Montreal; . Quebec, '
and
KT2afT. "5T02TL23L.
fall-pow.rrtOlderlir1rRZ"T?,?",L"
United Btotoi Hail and nanennra. 1 viui aca
states Hail end paaaengera.
I
NORTH BRITON, , HiSbInIan '
I
CANADIAN, ' NOVA800TIA1I.
8hrteal, CheaneH andOulrkf..,..
wV;?A!",c,lc,C.-
vevancs fraua
AKEBICA TO ALL FABT8 OF itUBOPi:
Rate of Paeviaae to TCurope.
830. ea. ttsn
--- '"iu ana ocotiand.
iLPTheae Steamer are built of in i
oompartmenU, carry each an exnartanni a.."T url
every attenUon is paid to the comfort and a J"
DERT tt?!!E t'V, ?r00?d 6in to WN DON.
visnx, tne neat jriik and riii nfMiiin..tst w. .
U avoided. . 7. 7 .
Olaegow paaaengera are furniihed with ntnnaaaar.
ticket to and from Londonderry, v Pvage
neiurn ticaeia granted at reduced rate.
Certificate iaiued for earrvtn n u... .
?e.f."!5 fr?"Jf " ? P""""-' K of flreaf Britainand
Ireland, at reduoid rate, by thla Una of (teamen, and
LJu!V" LfN" O'SAILINOOKBTB,
leaving Liverpool every weak. . j .., ..,
SlrK,,a,l!!, t vpwaMi par-'
able in Knit land, Ireianttreicoi-
land or Wales. -
for
'J' f OIBoe- 3 BROAD-,
V, New lark, and it) WiTin i-aT.7
WA
gABEt A BWAWTW n.
- , uaanu agaaii.
Or to J. ADMtTDriur.
O Aloft. Golamlmsi Aki.
EXnfHEWELL'8
For all TflROAT and
I.DNO COIffPIfAIIVTS,
Inclading; WHOOPfNC
COUGH, land every
Complaint the foreran
iter of . and even actnal
CONSPMPTIOIV.
UNIVERSAL
couau
REMEDY.
HTOKE WELL'S
T-,,,?..Creat NEnilALa
GIC UKIVIKDV and Nat.
nral MPIAI K, adapted
to every apecleBof Ner
vosa Complaint, Ncr
r."? ".nd Chronic
Headache, -Hbcnma-,
nam, Cfttarrb, Tooth
and Ear Ache, Lea of
Mleep, and Itowel Com.
plaints. -
T0LU
ANODYSl?
w " "
No real I uitlce can ha flfiritk tla BnAHa .... ar
but by procariDK aod reading descriptive ramublGti t
be found with all dealers, or will be tent bv prni,riltnr
nn flPmanrl VAn.,.l... t fni r. . . . . r
on demand. Formulaa and THal iwti.. oi,
eians, who will And developmenU in both worthr then
acceptance and approval.
Oorrefpondence solicited from all whose'necesiities or
curiosity promote to a trial nf tha n.1.1. '
dies. '
for sale by the usual whoiaaaia ...i .i.n
ererywher. .
JOHN I.. IITJNNEWELI.. Pra.n...
CHIMI6T AND FHAkMACEtTTlST,
No. 0 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Kass- '
RoberU k Samuel, N. B. Uarple. J. R. Cook. J. a
Benig. O. Denig
k Boo, A. J. Achuelier k Son. A.m.
tbr Columbus. Ohio
my Idly
Dr.J.H.McLEAN'3
Strcflgtliening Cordial and Blood
PURIFIER-
The Greatest Hemedrln Tlt- U orlo.
AND THE
MOST DELICI0TJ8
AND
DELIGHT FTTL'
CORDIAL
EVER TAREN.
XTIS STRICT
ly a scientific and
Vegetable Componnd,
Lrocured by the distil
lUon of Roots. Hcrhe
and Barks, Yellow
Dock, Blood Root,
Banaparilla, W I I d
Cherry Bark and Dan
delion enter Into its I
n mi. wnopvaiuon. i ne en- . , .
Before Taking," acUTe.remediailftcrTakin;
principle of each Ingredient la thoroughly extracted b
my new method of distilling, producing., delieit-ua. o
hileraling spirit, and tbe most INFALLIBLE remedy for
renovating the diseased system, and restoring 'he tick,
sufferinr and debilitated INVALID to HEALTH aiul
STRENGTH.
MCLEAN'S STRENGTHEN IN O COK"
DIAL
Will etTectully cue
LITER COMPLAINT. DYSPEPSIA. JAnNDlOl.
Chronic or Nervous DeMlltr. Dlaeaaeaor tha IU- .
and all diseases arising from a disordered Liver or Sloml
tch. Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward Pile, Acidity or Sick-
ucaa ui uie owmaca, auiines or mooa to tne UeaJ, Dull
aiu or swimming in tne Dead. FalLitatlon of the Heart
'ullneis or Weieht in the Stomach. Roar
Choking or suffocating feeling when lying down , Dryness
or Yellowness of the Skin and Byes, Night Sweats, In
ward fever, Pain In the small of th back, chest or side.
Sudden flushes of Heat, Depression of Spirits, frightful
Dreams, Languor, Despondency or any Nervous Disease
Sore or Blotche on tha Hkln. and Van. a...
Ohilliand levsr.)
Over a ITItlllon of liottle
Hav been old during th last sir month a. and la r, u.
stano has It failed In riving enUre satisfaction . Who,
then, will suffer from Weakoeas or Debility when MC
LEAN'S STRENGTHENING- CORDIAL will cuie you? .
No language can eonrev an ariennat l.t. nf ,h.
diata and almost miraculous change produced by taking
una uomiai in uia aiseaseu, oeouilated and shattered
nervous system, whether broken down bv exeeaa. ana h.
nature, or impaired by eicknese, the relaxed and unstrung
organ iu tion 11 reitored to Its pristine health aod vigor.
MARRIED PERSONS,
Or ether conscious of inability, from whatever cause,
will find McLeans Strengthening Cordial a thorough
regenerator 01 tne system; and all who may have injured
themselves by Improper Indulgences, will find in the Cor
dial a certain and speedy remedy.
To the Ladle.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
Is a sovereign and speedy ear for
INCIPIENTCONSCMPTION, WHITES
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, incontinence of
unna or involuntary tiiscnarg tnereor, falling of the
Womb, Giddiness, fainting and all Diaeasea Inelrfna t
female.
There is no Mistake About it.
wSuffer no longer. Take tt according to Directions. It
1 111 stimulate, iirenaioea and Invigorate you and cause
ae oioom 01 neaitn to mount your eneek again.
lvery bottle I warranted to give attsfaotloa. '
FOR CHILDREN. ; ... ,-
If your children are sickly, punv. or afflicted. HeT.anV
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robust. Dela
not a moment, try it, and you will be convinced.w ' ' -
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE,"
CaOTina. Bewai ot Druggtit or Dealera whn L..
try to palm npon you some Bitter or Baraaparllla traat.
which tuey can buy cheap, byaaylnf Itla Juitu goodlV
Ton bbcu men. asx tor aicijaa s o trengtnealngOor-1
dial, and take nothing else It ie the onlv aaM. '
will purify the Mood thoroughly and at the same lime
strengthen the system. . 1 ....
One tablespoonful taken aver momlne faatlTw la a.
oeruln prevenUve of Cholera, Chill and fever, Yellow
fever, or any prevalent disaa.. . It ia nut an h hvne .
bottle. " '
Price only 11 per bottl, or S bottle rbr t5. ' --'.
J.H. MoLEAN, ...5,
- - Bol Proprietor of lata Cordial,
Also McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment
Princlnal Deoot on th corner of Third and Pin aij.i
St. Louie. Mo. . , , . .. .r
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. " '
Th beet Liniment la the World. Th onlv aara anA
certain cure for Cancer. Pile. Bwelllnn anA
chills, or Goitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weakness ef th
Muscle, Onronle or Inflammatory Rheumatism, Stiff
ness of th joint, contracted Muscle or Ligament
Earache er Toothache, Bruise, Sprain, Wounds, fresh'
Out, Ulcer, fever Bores, Caked Brents BonNlppkw,
Burns, Scalds, Sore Tboat, r any Intteaniaatlon r Pain,
no difference how severe, or ho Ions) th disease may
hav existed. MoLean's Celebrated Liniment Is a ear
tain remedy. , . - ,,, ,
Thousands of human kernes hava Iwm aavad a lUk nf
dvcrepitud and miaary by th aae of tUi inralnabl md
MCLEAN'S VOLCANIC -IIr
LINIMENT - i a
Will rliv pain almort tnatutaooaly, and it wTl
cleansa, purify and heal the foulest ore in an (ocrtdl
ly short tiaw. , t . t rT
' ! for Iloraee sttid Other Animstu.
McLean eslebrated Llahnent la tt only Bars and r
llahl remedy for the car of Spavin, Ring Bona, Wind
galls, Splint, Unnatural Bumpa, Nwira Swelling. It
will never fail to cure Big Bead, Poll Evil, fistula, Old
mining Sore., or Sweeny, If properly applied, for -Spraina,
Bruises, Soratche, Sore or Wound, Cracked
lieela, Chafes, Saddle orCollar Galls It I an Infallible
remedy. Apply It as directed, and a ear I certain to
very Instance. - ..A
Then tritle no longer with th many worth leas Lini
ment offered to yi. Obtain a supply of Dr. McLean's
celebrated Llnimeot. It will mr yon.
1 J.ll. tncLKANsinlePnprleter;
m ! Corner of Third and Pin Street, St. Louis, M.
forsalshyelldruggldti. 2i.T?
forsaKby ....' ROBERTS k SAMUEL, m V
aejgltoVdfkwlf m : t ,. .. ... Oelsumku. Ohw.K I
nONNRTS, HIRBONS TAB AND-''
XJ nouuno, newryie,jusiopenrany
BAIN c SON.
aprilS
He. M Booth Bigh street. '

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