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THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 16, J861.
LOCAL MATTERS.
. aM.
Company places us dally
Tbe Adams Express
... " . . - winnnrm
unaer omiftouons to it ior me very m.w. Fr"
Iroin the eaulern cities,
Tlio American Express Company Devour
thanks lor Its daily favors In tbe shape of
very latest paHteru papers.
-
soldiers uANduiT. io " " n uuuui,
(Company E, of the Fifteenth Regiment) under
, . mma f r.nt. Clibk. nartonk of a mio.
...v w. ,-r- , r
mucea. Duqu0., ,.u, .U . "
. II A r T . W l
uiQiog oau u vamp jaun.Buu, ueiuuiug
Messrs. Dunaldion. Cohstock and Butler.
For (his snlendid renast and an abundant suo-
. uhdiusj
debtedtothe generosity and patriotism of
ladies of Van Wert.
The membort of tho Company, ninety-three
in number, were, with their guests, ranged by
thA .U. f . ln .r,A ,M. t.r1.n t.h1. In th.
ball, and partook of the good things spread be
fore them with a keen tost, while their sparkling
eyes and cheerful words showed that they were
not forgetful of tbe fair ones whose bounty they
were enjoying.
Tbe repist being concluded, the following
toasts were reid and received with enthusiatlc
cheers:
1. uur wivei ana sweethearts (sweeter than
these their contributions) are the peculiar ob
jects of our solicitude as soldiers.
3. The ladies of Van Wert God bless
them I In peaoe they comfort us in war their
tender sympathy is justly appreciated. Tbelr
kindness and oourage shall cheer us on and on,
until victory shall peroh upon our banner.
3. Tbe Union! Though beset with traitors
and thaken to lis very centre, it shall still be susi
be as elorlous as that of Its founders.
... I
A It V M Thnnrrh nltivan siaIIIaih m I
avooatio'ns lie in industrial pursuits, yet when
called noon to serve our country, we cheerful.
ly respond, and will maintain our rights, though
rivers ot biooa now on our tracics, uutu the last
. . ... i
enemy of tbe Constitution and the Union shall
be exterminated, or brought to repentance.
5. The Van Wert Bojs! While they love
boiled pork, may their! conduct be such that,
when tbey returu home, tbey may receive no
cold ihoulHrr
6. The Press of Columbus always true to
the Union! May the time soon come when tbe
liberty of the pre shall be abridged la no place
where the Flag of our Union of right ought to
wave.
7. Camo Jackson May the recruits eathered
here follow Old Hickory as their guiding star,
until the last traitor shall have met his just de
serts. On reading of toast numbered four in the
above list, Major Walker, oi the Fiteenth Re
giment, being called far, responded to the sen
timent in a speech beoomlog a patriot and a
soldier. Brief palriotio and Union loving
speeches were also made by Dr. Wit. Smith, of
VenWerttbyCapt.CoMMitiGB.ofthe Richland
I
nnaj. Lvr.u d-:.. u njr I
Mabtin, Esq., of Columbus. V
Dr. Finfrock being called on for a sentiment,
gave the following: '
Tho Traitors to our Country May they
Sink to the vile duit whence they aprung, .
Unwept, nohonored and antungl
The thanks of the Company were presented to
Mesirs. Donaldson, Comitock and Botler for
tbe use of the ball and for the furniture gener
ously provided for the occasion, and the Compa
ny formed into line for Camp duty.
the
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a.
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the!
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Cleveland Wool Depot Co. The advertise,
ment of this company will be found in another
column. It is composed of leading and sub
stantial wool growers in Ohio, who may be reli
ed upon to redeem all the engagements they
make with their customers. Wool-growers will
do well to tike notice, and see if it jrifTnot be
for their interest to deal with the Cloveland
Wool Depot Co.
UTThe IlAwken Family Bind, from Spring
field, played, in military cm tame, some fine airs
at the west front of the State House last evening
Accustomed as we are in these times to martial
music, the performances of this Bind were un
usually attractive. v
UTRations are to be furnished to the troops
atCimp Goddird, neir Zioesville, by Messrs.
Stenoer and Fox, at the rate of $14 89 per
'hundred. 1 '
O" While passing np street we met with sev
eral of our worthy Military Officers, wearing
their splendid uniforms) and after inquiring
for the manufacturer of these most beautifully
made suits, they told us they had them made at
the well known "Capital City Arcade," super
intended by Mr, Marcus CHuns. .These mili
tary gentlemen assured us that Mr. Childs has
the best and largest assortment of cloth adapted
for military purposes, of any house in the city,
and excels all his competitors in regard to low
prices and superiority of material. By institu
ting further Inquiries, we ascertained that Mr.
Childi has made a great many of these uni
forms, comprising all offices: Colonels, Ma
jors, Captains, and First and Second Lieuten
ants. , ' . . ' '
The perfeot fit of these suits satisfied every
one of these gentlemen , as the cutter, Mr.
Moirrzii, at Mr. Childs' establishment, has had
several years' experience in Franca In getting
up Military Uniforms. V :',.
For your own benefit, we would, from what
we have seen, advise yon to go to the CayifoJ
City Arcade and- leave yonr measures for Uni
forms, as you will not fail to meet with entire
satisfaction. . "
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Rail Road Time Table.
Littls Miami fc Oeujmoifc Xawia B B. .
Leavea. ' Arrives.
Cincinnati Accommodation. 5:00 A. MY'-1 9:05 P. M.
Ixpreea... 11:50 A.M.1 11:03 A.M..
Hall Accommodation...... 1:30 P. M. - 8:55 P. M.
Night Kxpreaa via Dayton. 12:00 midnight. 3:20 A. M.
Jno. W. Sohirtt, Agent.
Oolombos at OuvxtAifD B. R. , '
Wight Ixpreea... 3:40 A.. Mi ' H:P.M.
M York Kxorea 11:10 A.M. 11:10 A.M.
Hall and Accommodation.. P. M. ' 9:10 P. M.
James pATTiaioR, Agent.
CiwtralObio'B. B. '!
No. 1 Bxpraat..... S:30 A, M. ' 11:38 A. M
No. 8r do .....11:18 A.M. II 45 P. M
Mo. S do ...t :.;.. 3:10 P. M. 4:50 A. M.
.-: !.: W. it FILL, Agent.
PlTOlUXOH, OoLOaTBCI It ClUCUWATt B. B.
Mall Train .,l.ivi:'.i.'. 3 30 A.M.' 11:38 A. M
Bxpreea Train 11:18 A.M. 11:45 P.M.
in i i Joa, BoaiMfow, Agent.
CoLomoe tc IiroiAworoua, B. B.
OOLOMBTJI PIDOA LHDURA B. -
.1 XxprM 6:30 A. W.'.' i:J0 p, M
No
HO.S "
9 09 P. M.
8:45 P. M.
Accommodation ......
10:SS A. M
Bar SArAiiLiA. This tropioalroot has' a repri
tatlon wide as the world, for curing one class of
disorders that afflict mankind a reputation too
which it deserves as the best antidote we pos.
boss forjsorofulons complaints, But to be brought
into use, its virtue must be concentrated and
combined with otherjnediclnes that increase
its power. Some reliable compound of this
character is muoh needed In the oommunity.
Read the Advertisement of Dr. AVer's Sarsap
arllla In our csjumns, and we know it needs no
encomium from ns to glvy our citixena eonfldence
In what he ouers-rOryaii, Byraciu, N, Xi, '
GUERNSirrO BALM
Good. We met one of our friends yesterday
on Broadway, ana were astonished at the change
In bis appearance. A few weelu ago we
m.m., .uu uju, uuiujimiu
on ; j ii uu """""" """8 weama
aflllcted all summer. Now he appears to be fat,
and strong. We learn he owed his res-
Hir.Hou wuireij 10 .uoijiah g dthuqthkmino
CORDIAL. .
.7 "Au ut . . are,cmP'ft""?8 oi wen"
I oral Debility to try it: It is certainly a Ten
I 17 - -1 1 1 I ... . rl
I . ' , . .
piessann remeay. w e learn that tnere are large
aaw
w
ijuuuuuvB oi n selling aauy. morning uwaui,
luinons BuacK miy do eneoiuuiy waraea on.
Public Speakers and Singers will find them ef
CouaHa. Tha anrlln chances of onr ollmat
are sources of Pulmonary . Bronchial and Asth-
matlo Affections. Experience having proved
tnat simple remedies otten act speeaiiy and
i certainly, when taken in tne eanv stares or the
I disease, recourse should at once be had
"urmn- lironcnia. jrocnet," or tiozengea,
ll. rM Hiinjh. M U l.t nn Ik. Th.n.l
ever so sliitht, as by this precaution more se-
I . . . rv . l 1 1 nr
1 1 i t j -l a. 1 ii.
10 r 'ear "s BU.U "engineuing ue
1 TniRR. npn nnorr.iaAfti0nE. rnran Avnn h.
1 ana retail, oy KODerts o&Damuei, jno. 4 north
High street, 8. Samuel tf Co., No. 85 South
High street.
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TELEGRAPHIC!
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
Dispatches from Washington.
Washington, May 15. Gen. Batter's Balti
more proclamation has been emphatically ap
proves 07 uen. book.
it is probable that Marshal Kane, of Bilti-
more, win shortly be arrested.
a 1 l . j 1 . j. i .
"w " " ucvu u.umrcu. unviuu uiBDBloneH
"""""V"1 fu 'age, ior
Gen. Lee, the Virginia rebel commander.
" " "'"",r0M,uu Vi . . "J
prepared to protect the Union men of Northern
Virginia at any moment when its assistance is
invoiced. 1
Tbe assuranoes that the Administration is
vigorously prosecuting its measures against the
Insurrectionary States, have a substantial baiia.
All tbe members of the Cabinet, together with
the President, are animated br a common nrin-
'Ple In 'urtnering the plans lor tbe oonsumma-
(inn Af Ik I
'vu VI tUO WUTVIUUICU UUllUT I
. An Inoreased stimnlus, however, was applied
oay: a committee or prominent gentlemen
lt?m "?e. "'.V of Now York bad a long inter-
wiav wun vnam Ann sma mm a his- a. ai
' . "fu
ecu. u auuc hue eorviui-d ui luurteea aaailion-
al regiments from New York.
I his meets with the concurrence of Lieut.
ten. Bcott. The committee ureca more nromnt
and effective measures, with no bait In tbe nro-
oeedings, and it appears from thsir private con- I
etetiJta, that the supply of money to Bupport
that Inoresed force is a matter which should
occasion no concern to the Administration.
A report is current that an eneineer officer
has discovered that Virginians are throwing op
uoieacea wuuin spy glass view ot wasnington.
aoib may oe a repetition oi a former un
founded rumor. At all events, if it should be
confirmed, it Is not at all probable that tbe gov
ernment would remain an indifferent observer
ot tbe proceedings
At the adjourned term of tbe Conrt of Claims.
to-day, only one Judge, Loriner, was present. I
who adjourned over till the 4th of July. Tbe
presiding judge, BcarDrougb, having resigned,
there is a vacancy on tha Bench. I
I he Virginia and North Carolina Collectors,
like thoae of he other seceding States, have
iia..aJ A ta. A A - x m vrx I
wodjU w niiae returns w toe ireasurj i6PArt I
Marshal Fisher, of the Eastern District of
Virginia, la the only Judicial officer of that
State who has not resigned.
Tbe following appointments have been made:
Royal.Back, Register of the Land Office at Ne
braska City; Jas. J. Sinclair. Register at
Marqoette, Michigan, and Ed. P. Baseett, Post
1
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to
[Special to N. Y. Commercial Advertiser.]
Washington, May 15. The Government has
officially complimented General Butler for his
prompt action at Baltimore.
It is said Winana will be sent to Annanolia
for trial. What disposition the Government will
make of his ease is a matter of ooniecture.
Got. Hicks reports that 5 Maryland regiments
win do reaay next wees ior toe reoerai service
It is again rumored that Virginia contem
plates removing the remains of Washington
irom mount vernon.
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Union Convention of We stern Virginia.
Wheelino, May 15 The Convention as
sembled at 9 o'clock. Mr. Carlile's resolution
being the order, Mr. Carlile moved an amend
ment by adding that tbe Convention be ' in
structed to submit the ordinance suggested in
his resolution or last night, to tbe people, on tbe
twenty-tbira ot May.
Mr. Willey, of Mononagalia, continued his re
marks from yesterday, opposing the organiza
tion of a provisional government. .
Mr. Faulsiey, of Mason, spoke at length, fa
voring a provisional government over the entire
State. There was no longer a State Govern
ment. The Governor and authorities had usurped
power. We are now In a state ot anarchy. We
have the precedent of California to act upon In
this matter. - .
Mr. Carlile accepted the proposition.
Mr. Me teal f moved to ko into secret session,
bnt the motion was withdrawn. -
Mr. Pierpoint, of Marlon, made a lengthy
speech In opposition to the resolution. He said
I the Kicbmona Convention bad acted uncon
stitutionally, this Convention should not fol
low their example. . :'
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AFTERNOON SESSION.
Mr. Paulsley offered an amendment to Mr.
Carlile's resolutions instructing the Committee
not to report an ordinance of seoession from the
State, but in favor of the counties in Western
Virginia voting for State officers to fill tbe pla
ces ot tnose now nominally in oince.
Mr. Carlile ucoepted the amendment, and
farther amended that if tbe ordinance of seces
sion of the Richmond Convention be ratified,
that it be urged that a convention be called
early In June, to take further action as deemed
necessary.
Un motion ot Mr. lamb, ot Uhlo, tbe report,
with these additional propositions, was reconsid
ered. "
The Convention adjourned till 7 o'clock. .'.
gt.
for
EVENING SESSION.
The Committee on Federal and State Rela
tions reported the supplementary resolution pre
viously reported, in addition, tbey recommend
the appointment of a Central Committee, em.
powered to either order the re-assembling of
this Convention or a Dew one, at such a time as
they may deem necessary, prior to the General
Convention onthe 11th of June.
The resolutions hope for peace, deprecate the
sending of Confederate troops into Western
Virgibia, and recommend the appointment of
committee of five from each county to co-ope
rate with the Central Committee.
Mr. Paulsley moved that tbe report be laid
on thatableand printed. . ' .'
Uen. Jackson urged action, as many mem
bers found it necessary to return home. .
Mr. Marine said be saw in the appointment
of a Central committee the germ of a reall Ra
tion oi all tbe members bad hoped for la regard
to theiormation oi new Virginia.
He was satisfied that this report went as far as
the Convention ever would go, and was willing
to acquiesce, it it waa agreeable to those who
acted with Greene.
The report was adopted, almost unanimous-
- .
The following commitee was eppointea: jno.
S. Carlile, ot Harrison oounty;C. D, Hubbard,
J. 8. Wheat, Winslow Wilson, 8- H. w ooa
ward, and Jas. w. faxton, or Martom Camp
bell f arr, of Brooke, and Geo. P. Lantham, of
Taylor. .
, Brief am effective speeches were then made
by Gen; Jackson, Carlile, rierpcint, wiuey
Brown. Moss, and others.- .- ,
me Btar Snaneled Banner waa sung, ana
prayer offered, and the Convention adjourned
sine diet ......
Most of the members leave to-night for their
xvepcutivaj Domes. .-...'.',.1, WI..'
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of
Boston, Map 15. Th hank.1- haw acVead to
take five, millions of the Govern ment Treasury
note at par. --.vi
Hon. it. t. Thomas la desicnat arl ta tak.
Hon. C. F. Adams' plaoe In Congress. .'..
A letter received from lady in Charleston,
states thai Beanregatd'Woently died, from
wounds reoelvtd la tbe' bombard men? of 8am-
The Habeas Corpus Case at St. Louis—Gen. Harney
Refuses to Obey the Writ.
mg. ,Tne writ was served on uen. Harney,
bo answered in writing, lo effect that the per
healthy ion of Capt. McDonald was not at tbe Arsenal
St. Looii, May 15. The case of Capt. Mc-
uonaia came npoeiore juage Treat this morn
or within react) of tbe officers of the Court, and
Iftonld nnt ha nrnrlnneri that ha rlAnlnrnil aa
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mnoh as any man the state of things existing
h.. k..t ... i .;.u m.i,..i..
I V MVUUi w tUHlllkUll4 (US tMK Ul IWVf
0f Government over all and every effort at re-
belilon, that Capt. McDonald was ta
taken Btlsoner
wnue lenaing nis countenance and support to an
aasemblaee ofmen whose every act. move and
design was In opposition to the Government of
the United States that be doubted whether, if
capt. McDonald was mil held at the Arsenal,
ne would be ust Bed in delivering him ud on
tbe demand that bad been made upon him; that
me whole matter bad been referred to the au
I .i.ll!.. I. U7..1.I . A .1... k. .k...U
await and endeavor atriot.lv to oarrv out Instroo
I . v . . . . ' .
11000 ne mtgac receive in relation .Hereto.
Uriel Wrieht. of counsel for McDonald, enter
1 j . . m .1
eu a uemurrer, ana juage 'ireat posiponea ne
matt.. th...nn ....ja M. nrr.nn.tA. Mnn.
aay next, as tbe question presented being a
grave and important one, If decided in chambers
might re-open the whole case hereafter.
Col Anderson at Harrisburg—Interesting
Statements by Him.
HarrisbukOi May 15. Col. Anderson arrived
here this evening. He remamea out a lew
minutes. A large number of the members of
the Legislature, Gov. Curtin and others, were
present; also a numerous oonconrte ot people.
and IS oompanles of military from Camp Cur
tin.
The Colonel was greeted with loud cheers.
He stated to Gov. Curtin that John C. Breck
Inridge would join him at Cincinnati to take a
luriuKf) wuum iuiu 11 im 1
z J j l r rru:. .
,.,,rt . Pflfnnn( nrt pmtlMni? nnBt.lnn
Col. Anderson also stated
tho Eorooean steamer yesterday broueht a larire
quantity of improved arms for tbe Federal Gov
ernment, and each succeeding steamer will
brine more.
He expressed tbe utmost confidence of the
anal success of the federal Army, and a reoon
struction of the Union 00 tbe original basis.
iohk, may 10 upn, e-agie ana mo
Ulnar t te l nAna In tnA A4bSIm
a.t"aJ ncu tv uvivu iu tuo JiuilBViWi t uur
ohase steam gunboats for Government coast
8"r.u
Tbe TrVii's Washloeton disnatch reoorts
an telegrapbio communication south or Wash
ington suspended; the secessionists having re
moved all the wires.
A new comDanv has been orzanized. embriv
Cine the southern lines.
The Cabinet held a meeting to day
Trains on old schedule will be resumed
Toesday, between Washington and tho North
Tbe European news is highly satisfactory
the Government.
Baltimori, May 15. It is reported that a
fleet of seven steamers, with U. S. troops, is
coming op the river.
Uen. usdwaiiader arrived with three regi
ments, to-day. There not being room on Fede
ral Hill, they encamped near Fort McHenry.
It is reported that Uen. Butler returns to An
nsDolls.
The Virginians at Harper's Ferry onsncess
folly attempted to blow np a culvert near Fred
erick
w URWANS.may io. it is understood mat
commissioner 'from .Havana has gone to Mont-
mahi nj 4n nn In aa matt K IriA I r w InH nmm t A 2Aa
BVUi)lJ w vvuai w.m wmo.uig
ernment concerning Southern shipping at Cuban
ports, against which the federal Consul Uen
eral is acting in an unjustifiable manner.
St. Loots, May 15. The Legislature ad
journed at 12 o'clock till tho third Monday in
oememoer.
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THE MARKETS.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, May 15.
PLOTJR rather more doing, and market may be quo
ted raUier more ateady, while prlcea however, have un-
ddrgoue no material change; nlei of 1U,6U0 bbla S4 95
5 10 for luperflne itate; $5 15(35 20 extra state; 93
aa iu ior common to medium extra wealern ; ma G0ft)5 co
forebipplng brands extra Hound Jloop Ublo; s iVt&
S3 for trade brandt do! market etoaing quiet and etlady
Included id; tales oi auo bbla uallego at u ia. gana.
dlan flour In little request at ateady prlcea; sales of J,400
dois at aa lawi au for mierior io cnoice.
KYE VLOCft aulet; email laiea at 13 1034.
COKN MKAL without imporUnt change; ealei 1,400
brandywlne at $3 20.
WHEAT for common and Inferior -radet; the market
heavy and declining; Mies of 600 bosh at CI 17 for
north western Club; 41,000 bosh at tl 33 for Mil
waukee Olub; 13,500 bush at 1 S4l 35 for amber
owa; 16,300 bash at tl 2?13u for winter red western;
.000 bash at SI 33 for Oanada Olub; l.WiO bn-h at 1 58
162 for while western; S50Dbohat 1 135 145 for
Inferior to fair wait Canada ; 400 bush at 31 70 for
while Kentucky.
KYB wlteout Important change; tales of 3,400 bblt
67X68o.
BaHLBY -dull and heavy; SCO bath told at 55c.
CORN market quite heavy and &'io lower at the
Olote: salts of ei.Oi.0 bash at 5559c for old mixed West
ern, closing at the inside prioe; 4tj54o for new do.; 43
52c for damaged do. ,and 58c for white Western.
OATS dull and lower) tales at 30:S3lo fnr Jersey, 30
31Xc for Western and Canadian, and 3l37o for 8tate.
ruuK qnlet; f 17 otwvi 74 ror meat wiin Kiiers, at
olnte at Inside quotation; 913 00 for prime.
BSE V continues dull, with sales ot 100 bblt at 84 00
4 50 for prime; 15 67$6 85 fcrmeia; S10 00 11 OH
repacked mess; (11 S5CS1S 50 for extra mesa; beef
hams without changed to notice and in moderate demand,
with aalea of 725 bblt Western at 9 la 00; meat beef qniet.
OUr MEATS dull. Otto for shoulders; 7J.08 for
hama; aalea of 150 paotaget long ribbed middles at 8.
LiAiiu neavy ana lower, aaie oi vuunoit, aiv.s
9Ko. The Utter prim kettle rendered.
uuttkh in moderate requeatat ..(suae ior unto,
and 1318 for Bute.
CHEM8H steady at 4(300. for common to choice.
WHISKY market without mateilal ch.nae, 1250 bbli.
16X17e.
oovvita aaiei or luu baga aiaracabo at HXc; 30 nagi
Domingo at lSo; 4u0 malt Java at 163(0-
SUaAK raw oouttwa In good requeat, and market
without essential ohanie; aalea of 1040 hh.li at iX&aU
Cuba; for Porto Bico and by auction leu
nnaa ao at 4H3X0.
MOLASSES market for all detorintlorjt It without
change to notice; aalea of 87 hhda Porto Bico at 2531 30c;
3800 hhdi Oubv murcavodo at 16(S33c, and by auction
4300 hhds Porto Bico at 10S24o.
8T00K8 moderately aotlve and better: IU.C. acrip
85.i M. 8. B. B. I.; M. 0. 45; Barl. prf. 25;
Harl. 11X;N. Y. 0. 72; Erie S3: Mo. 6'a 37).; Ten.
Ota.).; u. o.O'isi; cal. 7 t77; Va. tie 4j Treat.
13'S WlXi Treat. 11 100).; M. 8. 6't 81; Beg. 69.
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W. A. Batohelor'i Hair Dye!
Thil splendid Hair Dye ha no equal lnttantaneoua In
Beautiful Black or Natural Brown no (talnlng
akin or Injuring tii Hair remeajea mo aoaur an
effect of Bad Dye, and Invigorates th hair for life.
Nona are genuln unlet ilgned. " W. A. Batohelor."
Bold everywhere.
0HA8. BATOHELOR, Proprietor,
JylS:wly ' ' 81 Barclay Btnat, New Tort.
HAIR DYE HAIR DYE.
Wm. A. Batohelor'i Hair Dye!
The Original anil Best In ' the World,
AU others are mire Imitation, and thould be avoided
you with to Mcap rldlcul.
GRAT, BED OR BUSTT HAIR Dyed Instantly to
beautiful and Natural Brown or Black, without Injury to
Halror Bkln.
FIFTEEN MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS have bt
awarded to Wm. A. Batchelor rinoe 1839, and over 80,00
application! have beta Bade to th Hair of hi patrons
hla fajBOU dyei ,
WM. A. BATCHELOR'B HAIR DTM prodnoetaool
or not to be distinguished from nature, and is warranted
not to InJ nr In the leaat, however long it may be contin
ued, and th III effect ot Bad Dye remedied; the Hair
Invigorated for life bp this splendid Dy.
Bold la all cities and towns of th United State.
Druggist and Fancy Good Dealer.
TJjfTh Genuln has th name and addrc upon a steel
plate engraving on four aide of each box, of WILLIAM
. SAXUiLBLUH, ' Address -
' CHARLES BATOHELOR, Pioprletor,
jylS wlv ' ' 81 Barclay street, New York
Watcb.es I Diamondi I! Silver Ware!!
A CHOICE ASORTiriENT OF COLD
and Silver Watches, in srreat varletr. - -
I am Aaent ror tne AraioH Watch uo . ana can
ell fhes excellent Watche at manufacturera' pi ices.
either wnoittai or neiaii. ,
Com and ehooa from my beautiful display of Div
monda and other rich Jewalrv. Btyleanew prlcet low.
A to Sliver War or sterling quality, I can show new
patterns, very handsome.
Silver riaieo. n" mwio, urns, vrauera, vaaiora,
Baaketa. Pitcher. Goblet, Knlva, Pork. Bpoont, ko.
Then I hare l aupplyof flu Table Cutlery, Pocket
Knlvet, Baaort, to., and many Panoy Goods euch as
are desired for present at such prices as an an Induce
muni ta !h sarohaaart ;r WM. BLTMN.
. , .- . wo, w nucxeye mocx,
mtrSl ' North sldo Stat Uoute square.
I.EOANT PI.AIN BI.ACR MILKS POS
Street Hi.-, ana juniie, auw, xuon xnmnui
and TaaU M Baton, M , ,;j n-OJa
-
IRISH STEAMSHIP
. ..
Steam Between Ireland and America.
NEW YORK, BOSTON AND GALWAY.
The following new and magulflocnt nnt-euuu paddle-
wneei Btumimpi eompow luo un iuw:
ADBIATIO, 5,888 tons burthen, Capt, 3. H.urt
(Formerly of the Colllni Line.)
niDKRNIA. 4.400 ton. burthen. Capt. N. Prowk.
COLUMBIA, 4.400 " " " b.Liitcu.
ANULIA, 4,400 " " NicaouoN.
paoiho, seoo i. bmuh.
PllIJIOB ALBERT. (Screw.)
J,JUV " " " J. WALIla.
On of the above eblpi will leave New York or Boiton
alternately every Taetdey fortnight, for Oalway, car-1
rylnc the EO-ernment malla. toaoalna- at Bt. Johui.
N. P.
The Bteunen of thti line have been eonitrnoted with
the grcateat oare, under the inpervlelon of the Rovern-1
meni, nave water-Hunt oompartmenu. ana an nnezeel-
led (oroomfort. tafetv and epeed bv any teamen afloat.
They are commanded by abls and experienced officer,.
and every exertion will be made to promote ma comfort
or paaiengere.
An experienced Burgeon attacnea to eacn snip.
HATES OF PASSAGE.
yint-claii N. y.or Boiton to Galway or Liverpool f 100
Decona-oiaie, - 75
Virat-olaat, " " toBt John'i 35
Tbird-claaa, " 11 to Oalway or Liverpool.
or any town In Ireland, on a Railway, ... 30
TMrd-clau puseniera are liberally supplied with pro-1
vlaiona of the beat quality, cooked and lerved by theaer-
Tnuia 01 ine uompaoy.
KETTJHN TICKETS.
Partial wliblnr to lend for their frlendi from the old
country can obtain ticket, from any town on a railway, In
ireianu, or irom tne principal eiuea 01 xtngiana ana Boot-1
ana, at very low rates. I
Paueniera for New York, arrlvlni bv the Doalnn I
Bieamere, win be forwarded to New lorn free of charge.
or panage or lurwer mionnaiion, apniy to
Wat. H. WIOKBAM.
At the office of lha rjomnanv. on the wharf. fnntAfl
vanai 11 reel, new lork.
ROWLAND 4c ABPIN WALL, Agentl.
aprlll9:d0m.
HUNNEWELL'S
UNIVERSAL
COUGH REMEDY.
Por all Throat and Luna- OomnlainU. Inclndne. with
moat perfect results, Wnoonaei Conns, Onaoxio aksI
uokiioh uororu, UgoHCMAL Airo TaaoAT CoMrLxiirn. I
alwaye forerunners of Consumption. Ae a Boo-num I
Sranr It hat no superior. Freed from all Opiate or I
snetio properties, may be niea ny most delicate oonatlf I
tuitont, and wiin perlect eonuuence.
HUNNEWELL'S
CELEBRATED
TOLU ANODYNE.
Tns Okxatut Natural Oru-rt ever offered to the
world, containing not a particle of Opium, nor any tub
tUnce but ita strictly vegetable and medical properties.
A sure Remedy for NirRALou, Kiiidmatuh, Oodt,
Tooth aud Ear Achi, Catarrh, Bote oa Bar lavam,
and all minor Nervout Complaint.
Poa Lota or Bliip. and Headache in an its varietle.
It has no equal, and to which most undoubted testmonl
als are offered.
For DtLiRicM TRnfvm It 1 a most perfect remedy.
Por BowtL CoHPLAiirrt, after removing the pain it act
a physio, a most Important contrast with the eonttipa-
tory euecia oi upium.
To Pbvsiclana. formulas and Trial Bottles will be tent.
and to Dealer or Invalid a descriptive pamphlet without
poaovge-aiamp.--
jrrepared under tne special supervision or
JOHN V. UCNNEWKLL)
CBxaiXT AMD RIAXaUCXnTItT,
Ko 9 Commercial Wharf, Boston, If ass
To whom pleaae dlreot all communication!.
Prlcea Large Cough Bemedy, 50 cent per bottle.
Small " 35 " '
Tolu Anodyne, SO "
Por sale by th usual wholesale and retail dealers.
everywhere.
KOBKBTS at nAMTJEL, N. B. HABP1,
JOHN B. COOK, J. M. DBN10,
0. DENIQ At 80N8, A. J. SCnUILLBB BON,
mayl7-wly Agents for Columbus, Ohio.
THE BASHAW STALLION!
JOE GODWIN
WILL MAKE HIS FIK1T SEASON
to a limited number of mare, from tbe 1st of April
th 1st of July, at my "Northwood larm," SX mile
north of Columbus, Obio.
JOE GODWIN wa bred and raited by A. P. Townsend.
Esq., of Sussex county, New Jersey, and will be tlx
year old on the 30th day of next June. He wa tired
' Long Island Black Hawk," ha by Andrew Jackaon,
by Bashaw, by the Imported Barb Grand Bathaw.
Ill dam waa Liberty, (a thoroughbred mate.) the by
Lance, oat of Ihe famous "Chardavoyne" mare. Thut
It will be seen that JOB GODWIN la a descendant ot the
best trotting and running atock the United Btatetcan
boast of, via: Old Andrew Jackson, who was a ton of the
rauiuua Uosbaw, a tb Aamarioao JEollnae. whAvuiun
of Old Messenger. Joe Godwin (eta back to Andrew
Jackson through Long Island Black Hawk In two crottea,
and likewise get back to Eclipse In four crottea, through
Liberty and Lance Lance being a ton of Eclipse; be
get a cross of Expedition throuih Libert?, aod also a
croat of Bellfounder through the Chardavoyne Bellfoun
der. A better combination of trotting and running
blood no horse possesses, and he la a Trotter.
JOB GODWIN It a beautiful bay. l.i nandsand 3 Inchet
high, black mane and tall, and w'lh no white mark except
star. He hat a very tlyliah neck and head, and a bet
ter boned horse wa never foaled. Lut Pall. Jo God
win waa exhibited at the Lake Erie Horse fchow at Cleve
land, at the Virginia Bute Pair at Wheeling, at tbe Hut
kineum Valley-Pair at Zaneavlll, and In rrnt cast
carried off the first premium. In a trial of speed at the
Ohio State Pair, held at Dayton, where thirty-seven of
the beet stallions from Indiana and of tblt State con
tended, Joe Godwin niaTAiioxn the whole field.
TEK9IS.
Twenty-fire dollar for the seaaon, payable at tha time
service. Mare not proving with teal can have th
service of th horse next year. Good pasture for mare
farnithed at reasonable rates, and careful attention will
given them, but I will not b retpontlbl for accident.
Columbus, Ohio. March 18th, I860.
wlm RICHARD NEVIN8.
WHO SHOULD USE
DR. J. BOVEE DODS'
MPERIAL WINE BITTERS?
All who are afflicted with Incipient Consumption or
Weak Lungs thould use them.
All who suffer from Weak Stomach, Indigestion. Dys
pepsia or Piles thonld use them.
All wno auuer riom uenerai or nervous u mi
Rettleainen at night, Want of Sleep, to., thould at
them.
All persons who an eonvaleaoent after fever or other
kknet thould us them.
Minister of tha Gospel, Lawyer, Lecturer, and al
publlo speakers thould use them.
Book Keeper, and all persons leading a sedentary If
thould us them.
The aged and rofinn should ut them. -
All who require a stimulant or tonio thould us them.
All who an addicted to th un of ardent iplrit and
wish to Inform, should use them.
They are made of a pure Sherry Wine, and of th na
tive planta and herb of th country, and should be re
commended by temperance societies, clergyman, phyai-
Ciant, ana an menaa or numanuy.
They are prepared by an experienced and ektllful phy
sician, and, aside from their medicinal propertiea, an a
mott delightful bevrgei and yet, aa a medicine, an aa
Innocent and harmleataa the dew of heaven.
Bold by druggist generally.
CHARLES WIBIILTIELD ft CO., Proprietors,
T8 William St., New York.
ROBERTS & SAMUEL, Agents.
Ctlambas, Okie)
MtSSdatwly.
NEW HOOP 8KIIIT.
BaO.XJNT fX3 SON,
No. 89, BOOTH BIOH 8IRIKT. r.
Have last received a naw mak of HOOP SKIUTS
finished in a manner tar tuperior to any yet Introduoed
for 1
DURABILITY AND GRACEFULNESS,
mh S3. -
f F. NTLiK MEN'S FUBNISUING
U OOODR.
Novelties in Neck Tie ana Beam.
. ' Byron and Garret Collar.
" " Embroidered Pocket Bandktrchlefj.
Farit Kid Olovet, tuptrior mak.
Golden Bill Shirt, varlou ttjlet.
Bojs' Golden Uill Shiru, do
Driving and Street ttlovei, do
Hemmed Pocket Handkerchief, various stylet.
' Halt Hot and Under Oarmtntt, H
BAIN. SON,
aprllS . Mo. South High itrett.
G1
ENTS PA'PEB COLLARS AND
NecK xiei. . ,, , , ... ,. ,,r ,
Handsom an! rconomtl. Alio,
M1K Tlee, . . , , ,", ' : ,
Hlliri,
litnett rollaro,
Half Hose
Drawer, Ac.
BAIN fc SOW,
aprtO . , No, 99 South High street
TTT1K TE It A OB NTS TO SELL
V V package of 8TATI0NBBT and JKWKLRY, at
price one-third let than can b purchased lewher
Call on or address (stamp enoiOMaj it. vailcx,mo
151 Oourt it., Boiton, Man.
aaarch S8:d3m.
Merchants and Agents "Wanted,
mo SELL OtlKVAHIKTY JEWELRY
JL Envelope In (vary townln th Union. Larger
nroflt reallted than on any other branch of Merchandise.
SI .. . . -. Bin L . .
For particular, kds iwniy Lw w wuwubi auvaa,
Philadelphia, Pa. VAJUIAM CO.
auhl-wew .. . . ' " '' -..- '
OTELLA IHAWLII STELLA
O SHAWLS 1 1 la all dlrableolor, and at very
graatbargaln. BAin eon,
aprlli ' ' ' ,'lfe. M South BlghMmt.
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IJNE.ITHK
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OHIO STATESMAN STEAM
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BOOK AND JOB
PRTNTINQ ESTABLISHMENT
Having Increased Its already
EXTENSIVE FACILITIES,
Ii fully prepared to execute In the
MOST ELABORATE MANNER,
AND Iff
THE LATEST STYLES,
CATAL0QTJI3,
BRIEP3,
BILLS LADING,
BILL nBADS,
NOTES,
DRAPT3,
CHECKS,
CIRCULARS,
PAMPHLETS,
LETTER HEADS,
LEGAL BLANKS,
DRAT RECEIPTS,
LABELS, CARD8,
ENVELOPES,
RAILROAD, INSURANCE,
And every description of
L ETTER IPHESSI PRINTING,
Equal to any Establishment In th State, and upon
terma which will compare favorably with th
leading Eastern Printing Houses.
Having every Facility to aid Us
in Trig production or
ELEGANT POSTERS
AMD
HIGHLY ILLUMINATED
SHOW CARDS,
W offer our service to all who may desire that clan
We have connected with ourjEstalilthment a
BLANK BOOK BINDERY,
' Prom which we produce th
Flrxoaat Blank. Worlt
AlfO TH1 HOST
SUTEHB SAIL EOAD BLANK BOOKS.
OUR ESTABLISHMENT
It admitted to b
TJZE33 XjaA.H.Q-33ST
tHC MOST
COMPLETE IN FACILITIES,
AMD TBI MOST
PERFECT IN ORGANIZATION
In thit City, and w may add,
WE WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE
WITH ANT
Printing Honeo In tha Weat,
RICHARD NETINS,
v PBOPBTJCTOB.
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i
And
And
might
of
that
and
thee
years
tended
oourse
state
for
cold.
th
Dalr
faithfully
covered
also
that
and
ana
would
an
tnt
th
Law
oause
upper
covering,
aide
ao
cause
I
them
to
th
found
desired
rich
buy.
ai
th
who,
effect.
The
large,
retail!
least
and
quart,
0.
York,
And
and
An
Which
ALL
Depend
and
and
what
eine
aha
pain
NOTICE.
IITWE )OLI TO "JR.
SON my DRCQ STORH. which I removed from the
orner of High and Gay itreota to th Southwest oomr
of Broad and ilign ttraeu, uoiumnu, unio. -
with budv wan. to nr vomer mtroaa aua ouiiom
n, I rspctfnlly request th continuance ef their fa
vors to my tucostaor. unMjn.iM.na.ia,.
Coluaabui, April 1, leoi. .
DETJGSTOEE
TTIVIKH PrRflHAIRH TH1 DRUU
JtL BTORI of Mr. Hanar U. Nnt, I hav opened
n.v en th MA.mhflr.at finmar of Broad and Hlffh tret,
Oolumbu, Ohm bting (A id tm& ruaoi4 tuna jot
1AM tmtUHtt formof ytmrt.
1 aaw a rma ann w.ii aaitvtiM hock oi wn, a
etuM, andiNsr CAtmiealt, togathar with Paint , (Hit,
rums A, ., turaally kept Ln aoen aa naonanan.
IO PaatoaimoM oaratuUy end promptly compound-
Stor open at all hour of the etop and night.
I raapactfully aollclt lb patranago of th pub Us.
V . HiNRY WllSOlf,
' Oolnmbe. April 1.1881 eprSlm
ate
tone
and
died,
11
lief
-a-ir. ar-ar ut
AVW NOrtNBTS Ann Eli-
X Mtlton,lrrt varWtyat - BAIN',
ty - BAIN -II.
OT, Bigk rtmC
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PROF. WOOD'S
RESTORATIVE CQRRIAL
AND
SLOOD RENOVATOR
It preclnly what It nam Indicate, for. while
'pleasant to th tatt, It 1 revlrlfvlng, exhilarat
ing, Invigorating and strengthening to th vital
power, and at th earn time ravtvifle, tain
slate, and renews the Blood In all Its nuritv. ana
vithn at one rtctortt and rttuUrt the tyittm in
vulnrabl to a'-tackt of dittos: It U th only
nMna(lA a. .IT.mJ tn a.AM aa tML
cally and aklllfully combined to be th most
piweriui tonio. auu at iu tame time o peneciiy
taapiea to, as to act m periactacooraanc wiin me
laws of narare. and hence will toolht tht uitatett
utomacA, and ton up th dlgesiirs orgnns, and
thus allay all nervous and other Irritation. It i.
p-r.ec.ijr VAiiuaraiiag, huh uie tame lima It IS i
n 1 ..la l aaaat.ivl.. ...... U..J M
composed entirely of vegetables, yet to combined
at to produoe the molt thorough tonio effect, with
out producing any injur lout conernuencea Buch
remedy has long been fell to be a desideratum io
le medical world, for It need no medical skill to
.aa (hat nahllitv fitllnw. all al-aavranf rii.aaaa aaa
proceed and Indeed lait the system open to the H
Insidious attacks of many of the most fatal, inch, It
ror example, aa tne louowing: uontumpuon. in-
digettion, Dyspepsia. Lots of Appetite, PalntnessJ
nerruu. rriu.uiii. ..aurBitjia. f aipiifciuo oi .netja
Heart. Melancholy, Nliht SweaU. Lsneuor. Olddl-iU.
oesi, Betention of, as well at Painful obtruted.i(J
mm, (jruiu.o. ur mjv avail, w.ihuu.iwu, hiu rail
ing of the Womb. These al 1 depend upon general
Hahilltv Till nnrfl. health, tnnln ,lnrrilal ann
Blood Renovator is assure to cure a the sun to M
(is and aet. There Is no mistake about it. But UJ
tun it noi an. ii iuo ivsicm ia weaaeo-u. we are
open to bilious attack, tu liver become torpid, Ilj
or wort diseased, th kidney refuse to perform M
ihelr function, and we are troubled with scalding!1
ana . incontinence oi urine, or involuntary ai- .
charge of the aame, pain la th beck, side and be. I A
tween th shoulders, xceedlnlv liable to tllchtlU
liiun vu,iia Hvvuovavu, avvu vujauiiivivui
follows, and the patient goes down to a premature!.,
..IJ. .....I.. mwtA If .
grave. But apace will not allow us to enumerate 1 1
tne many Ills to wnicn we arc liable In a weakened V
condition cf tha system. But we will ny, In this "
Cordial and Blood Renovator you hav a Dtrfect.'U
safe, pleasant and effectual remedy for lots of XJ
Annnme. Itillnusnesa. Vlatnlenn ffak anil .IrVi-7
atomacb, Languor, Liver Complaint. Chills and!
Paver, or any Bilious attack. Coilvenes. Acidity
n toe oiomacn, rivrvousnvaa, neuralgia, raipita-'ij
tionot the Heart, re salon of 8piriK.goret.irn
f impie on tna Face, cr any aiaeaae anting from ft
upuro uiuua, aucu " ovruium, avrsipviu, oruu I
nitia. uouku. d fficuity oi ureatniog. ana an mat i ,
sclas of diaeate called female weakness, and Bl
enumaraiea above, w win aiao say ma traveler,
eaooied to enMamlna ehanirt of climate and watJ
er, will find It a pleasant, tale and aurt remedy, H
tnd none should ever travel without. Header
it tnr a ....... ann ann Will Ann In I, a frlan.l I
nuiiveu, m wen a a irienu in una. aii peraons on A
Mdeniary habit will find It a perfect preventive ol fl
well as cure for Ihose ailment to which ihey are! V
particularly exposed. Hence minitten,,tudenis,at
torneyt, literary untlemen.and ladle who aranot
aocuatomed to much outdoor exercise, will find It
o their advantage to keep a bottle constantly on
hand; aod, above all, mother, or these, becoming
luchi will go through that moat dangerou period
not only wtb all their accustomed ttrengtn, but
are and free from tne thousand allmentt to prev
alent amonir tbe female portion of the world, lr
n
ihort, 1. 1 indeed a mo tier 'a cordial. Try It, old
andoung; no longer run tbe risk of delay; it will
0
relieve ana prove itaelf empnaticaiiy a ittnora
tint Cordial and Blood Rmovalor.
O.J. WUOD.nronrtetor. 444 Broadway. New
Horn. ana 114 Market otreet, at. Louis, mo., ano
sold by KOBKBTS fc SAMUEL, Columbus. Ohio,
and all good Drugghta. Price One Dollar
per Bottle. marchA-dfcweowly
ONLY PREPARATION
THAT HAS
STOOD THE.TEST OF YEARS,
growi more and more popular
every day I
testimonial, new, and almost without number.
be given from ladle aod gentlemen In all grade,
society, whose united testimony none could resist
Prof. Wood's llair Restorative will restore the bald
gray, and preserve the hair of the youth to old age,
inalllttyontniui oeauiy.
Battle Creek, Allen., Deo. Slit, 18S8.
Paor. Wood: The wilt pleat accept a line to Inform
that the hair on my head all fell oil over twenty
ago, caused by a complicated chroolo disease, at
wun an eruption on in neaa. A continual
of suffering through life having reduced me to a
of dependence, I have not been able to obtain stuff
capt, neither have I been able to do them up, in con
equenee of which my head bat taOered extremely from
Thlt Induced me to pay Brigg tt Hodge almost
last cent I had on earth for a two dollar bottle of thy
Restorative, about the first of August list. I have
followed the directlont,and the bald spot It now
with hair thick and black, thouih thert. It It
coming In all over my neaa. reeling continent
another large bottle would restore It entirely
permanently, I feel anxlcua to peraeverve In itt use,
being aetutute 01 mean to purcnaao any more, i
ask thee if the wouldtt not be willing to aend me
order on thin agent for a bottle, and receive to thy
self the scripture declaration "th reward ia to those
are kind to in widow ana tne ratneriras."
Thy friend, eusAliNAU KIRBT.
Llgonler, Noble County, Indiana, Peb. 5th, 1850.
Paor. 0. J. Woon: Dtar Sir: la tha latter part of
year 1853, while attending th State and National
School of the Stat ot Ne York, my bair, from a
unknown to me, commenced falling off very rap
Idly, to that In th thort space of aiz month, the whole
part it my acalp wa almoat entirely bereft of It
and much of tha remaining portion upon the
and bac part of my head ahortly after became gray,
that you will not be surprised when I tell you that up
on my return to the State of Indiana, my more casual
acquaintance war not to much at a lot to ditcover the
of the change in my appearance, aa my more Inti
mate acquaintance! were to recognlae me at all.
at one mad application to the moat ikillfhl physi
cians In th country, but, receiving no assurance from
that my hair would again be restored, I wat forced
become reconolled to my fat, until, fortunately, In
latter part ot the year 1857, your Kettorativ wa re
commended to me by a druggitt, a being the moat relia
ble llair Restorative In us. I tried one bottle, and
to my great aatltfactloa that It waa producing the
effect. Bine that time, I hav used aeven dol
lars' worth of your Restorative, and as a result, have a
coat of very toft black hair, which no money can
a mark of my gratitude for yonr labor and skill In
production of to wonderful an article, I nave recom
mended Ita use to many of my frientlt and acaualntancet,
I am happy to Inform you, are using it with Ilk
Vary respectfully, your,
A. M. LATTA,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Depot, 444 Broadway, and sold by all dealer through
out the world.
Restorative 1 put np In bottle of three site, vta:
medium, and email; the small hold a a pint, and
for on dollar per bottle; the medium holde at
twenty per cent, more in proportion than the small.
retail for two dollar a bottle; the large holds a
40 per cant, more in proportion, and retail! for 3
Dome.
1. WOOD at. CO., Proprietor. 444 Broadway, New
and 114 Market Street, ft Louis, Mo.
sold by ROBERTS t 8 AMU It L. Columbus, Ohio,
by all good Druggitt and Fancy Qoodt Dealer.
prlll:dtweowljr. .
MRS. WINSLOW,
xperlnoed Nuns and Petnal PhytkUn, preient
to in attention 01 mower, uer
S00 THING SYRUP.
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
greatly facilitate th proceae of teething, by lort
ning th gum, reducing all Inflammation will allay
PAIN and ipaamodio action, and 1
SCltE TOKEQCLATE THE BOWELS.
upon It, mothen. It will give red te jrourtelves
BEUKT ApTD HEALTH TO TOUB THFAH18
We have pat up and told tblt article for over ten year.
0 AN SAY, IN OONPIDCNCB AND TRUTH, of It
we have never been able to aay of any other aaeai-
NBVIR HAS IT PA1LBD, IN A BINOLB INBT
ANOB, TO EPPBOT A CURB, when timely-used. Nev
r did we know an Ins tan oe of dUwatlsnwtion by any on
naxd It. -On tha contra rv. all are dellanteo Wltn It
operatloaa, and apeak In terma of oommendatton of Ita
magical eoecta anil meaicai virtues, vr apoaa in mu
...... uvn . -T U.' m ITMAW.' afNM tnn Mam'
TTUA . I IM U " 1 . . . . ...v. I ' I "
rieoo. AND PLKDOR OCR REPUTATION POR TUB
PDLILLI1BNT UP WBAT WB HBRB DSOLAKK. In
Imnat .warv tnalano when the Infant I autferlng from
and exhaustion, relief will be found In fifteen or
twenty mmuie auer tuenyrup uu.iu".
Thta nlnaltle nrenaratlon u in oreeonuuvo m nr vi
mott KXPBRIKNOBDaod SKILLPUL NC&BBS In
Bngland. and baa been used with NltVKH PAIL
INOBUOOBSSIn ..., , ...
-s-Huiiaansra vr umsaii.
Tt nntnnlr relieve Un child from pain, but Invigor
the stomach and bowel, correct acidity, and give
and enenrv to lot wbow system, it win almost in
lUntly rliv , , .,, : ,., , ,
OBIPIHO If TUB B0W1LS, AHD WIND COUC
vroom convaittens. which. It not tpeedily mn
end In deatn. we beiiev it ine nasi anu nun
T RIMIDY IN Till WOULD. In all caaet of DVd
BNTBBY and DIARBUtBA in ulllLDHBn, wneth
arlaa from tetthloi, or f rmn any athar anna. W
woald aav to ovary mother who hie a child enflertng from
annf the fnrerolrr oamniaint uo nut Liar iut
PRIjrJVlUIS nun tub raMuvniKiurviuaH
land between yoa and your Buffering child, and th re
that will M u KB yea, AtwuLuratii m -
a.il. lha naa nf till. naAliriBa. If kimalv uaed. Pull di-
pantlnna ror Bain will aooonrmav each bo We. Nont
teuuln aulas th fae timil of CURIIS PARKINS,
New Pork, I on th oataid wrapper. - '
old bv all Drumiala throuahoat th world.' '
PrtnclDtAl Office. IS Cet' Street N.T
PRICE ONLY 95 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
.reetCT-akwlp. ,..,..,
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" for U1 THS4AT a
I.DNO COnPLAINTSe
Incladlsssr WHOtiPina
COPOH, mmm vrr -
CaaiUlit( tbe f .
ner ef , and even actual .
CONSUMPTION. -
UNIVERSAL
. COUGH
iZtEJMEIDY.
UUJUIZv7KlL'l
Tha Great NECHALi
OIC UEltlEDY aa Nat
ural OPIATE, adapted
to every aaeolf Nr r
Tatae CaatsBlalnU, Ner.
i 1 Chranle
Headache, Hktaaia.
TOLU
aiasn. uatarra. Taeih
and Ear Achat Leaa
aileeD. and Bowsl f :ai
I ANODYNE.
plaints. . . .
I .?2JLJaa"c aa o -on th abors preparations
"-w v VCUvUrinV and rarilntf Aaaaalntlaa MankUl. k
be found with aii daiii-rlT.JY EZZZZTJL.
Pora.ubaV.n2Vj:; .7.r.'. 'vzrxzrj
clan, who will find development. In both worthy their '
acceptance and approval.
Correspondence solicited fn. .11 rt - - ..
curiosity nromnt to a trial nf th. .1 ....
die.
Por rale by the ntual wholeial. anil 1.11 ja.i..
verywhere. . . .. .
JOnN L. HTJNNEWELL. Prenyl. . '
CHimaT and rKiaitACitmiT, , ,
Ho. 9 Commereial Wharf, Boeton, Haas.
Roberta At flamn.t nr. n araMia v w a u
1?', -1Dnli: Bon, A. J. Schooner Son, Agenu
for Oolumbu, Ohio. - , mIhSiw
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NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
NEWARK OHIO,
mannfnctiirera of all kind of Por-
auusa tana ma nonary Steam Rta- .
Kluent aw IMtlitj, urUt milla,
eve., dec.
LIKE BODLEY BeaUml B. t I. BLUTD TBtattnl
J. JbJ. B. DUVALL Btatmlll OOLBinmi
MACHINE CO. Btatmll tl BRADIOBD
t CO. Btatml 111!
Our Portable Sagine and Siw Kill
Wa awarded the first premium of (50 at th Indiana
Btat Pair for 100 over Lane fcBodley'i oa account of
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
end superior character of lumber sawed. ' '
Our Stationary Enrlne waa awarded ml Otm om. w.i.
the first premium of IMO.
Our Portable Kngine wa awarded the first premium of "
100 at the Feir at Memphlt, Tenn.. over Blandy'a Du
val 1 a, Columbus Machine Co'a.. and RradfnM lr. fln. .
by a committee of practical Railroad Engineers. . ,
vi pm-v uu terms aaureva
....... W1LLARD WARNER, Treasurer.
decj-dfcwlyeoU. Newark, Ohio-
GREAT CURE.
DR. LELAND'S
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Rheumatism, Goat and Xenralgia,
: AND A SDRECURE POR
All Mercurial Diseases.
It It a conveniently arranged Band, contalnlnc a ned.
Icated compound, to be worn around the Waist, without
lojurytotna mott delicate peraont; no chanre ln hablta
of living la required, and It entirely removes th die
eat from the lyttem, without producing th injurloo
'inmg irom toe use 01 powenul internal medl
cine, which weaken and destroy th eontiliutlon, and
give temporary relief only. By this treatment, tb med
icinal properties contained In th Band come In contact
with ihe blood and reach th diaeate, through the pore
oflnetklD, effecting ln twry Intlano a perfect cure,
and restoring the part afflicted to a healihy condition.
This Band it alto a mottoowerrul Aim-Munnai.i.
and will entirely relieve the tystem from th ptrnwiout
effects of Uercurr. Moderate ra.n. am ,ni 1. .
day, and we are contUntly receiving testimonial! of IU
(fflcacy in aggravated cases of long sundtng.
Paica 2,00, to be had of Druggist generally, or ean
be sent by mall or eiprest, with full direction for aa.
to any part of th oountry, direct from th Prinoipal
Oflic,
Ho. 409 BHOALWAY, Hew York.
0. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors.
N. S.Deacrlptive Circular Sent Pre.
IOAgroiite Wanted Everywhere.
mh281yUorl.tp.dJLW
TO ! BUSINESS MEN.
AN EXCELLENT CHANCE EOH
reliable business men to aecur a prootable manu
facturing bualneat, requiring but a amall canltal in ita
eatablishmant and prosecution.
The manufacture consist in th application or a pe
culiar oompoaitlon or enamel to ooauuon red brick, and '
a variety of other building material, ornamental archi-
Kciurai nnianinga, ceilings, tile ror floor and (or
roofing.
This enamel may be tinted of any color, from th
purest white to the deepest black, with all tb color
and shades between. It Impart to th articles to which
It la applied a harder and durability almoat Incredible,
and a beauty surpassing that of the rarest aud mott coatly '
of lha variegated marolet, and, unlike them, la Impervl
out to moisture, and will never fad, ttain, or detorior- ;
ate.ootUng but a fractional part of the price of ordinary '
marble.
It 1 alto valuable for table and Hand top, mantle
pleoet, monument!, and an endless variety of other arti
cles ot staple ate. The process of applying th naml
la almple, while the artielea enameled will command a
ready aale, affording largo profit. Retpon'lbL parti
may procure lioenses for manufacturing under the pat
ent for any oity or prominent town In the United States,
by applying to th subscriber. A small tarifl on th ar
ticles manutaotured will be required ror th us of th
Invention. Circular giving full particular will k for
warded to all applicants.
The superior merit and beauty of thta tnamaled build
ing material to anything Ln uaa haa the nnanaitnad In
dorsement of many of th moat eminent architect and
acieniiuo men 01 mil and other cltlst.
ror particular add res
1 JOHHSOH A PBALL,
General AgenUftrKnemeledBnUdlDf Mterli,
ap. d3m. 85 NASSAU ST.. NEW TORS.
,,. FIRST
OPENIaOFTHE$EA$0
OP
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
JlT P. ROSE'a "
I AGAIN OFFER TO THE PUBLIC
an entire new stock of Ooeda In my line, lust pnrch.
aard In Naw York at the cheapest panic rates.ali of which
1 man eu at tn imaiieat proms, ior uaan. aty eustoaa-
er and friend are respectfully Invited to call and exam.
In my Osoda and Pi Ice, a I am determined to sell aa .
ohtap or cheaper than any other house In th ally; and
1 do my own Cutting, and uprintend mr own buai-
aos, I feel aaaured.fr m my long eiperleoc In bual
neat, to give general satisfaction. The nneit or work
men are employed, and all work dona itrlctly to time and
oa abort aotlee, and warranted to It. Stranger Visiting a
our city wuuld oomult their Interest by giving ma a call .
hafnaa niHrrJia.inff altawhere. V. RtlnK. - ' '
bstor purchasing elsewhere.
r. RJHK.
ii 1
marchSS-dly
Merchant Tailor,
Cor. Hl.h and Town at.
SPHINO CLOAKS ANQ BA8QINES1
NW 8TYLKS-Uln tc Sod. No. atMBeath .
High street, bavJuioincd new style of Cloth Cia-
oittaas. Baaqomta and SaGOtm, mad ta th awel and . '
most- atylish manner.. .Alto, Fjuperb Plata
It I licit. Ms Ilia, vary heavy, designed uprMsly ft4)
Mantilla and Uaaqnln. o.r -. , apriUt , t
tHo Celebrated Horse, Cruiser,
IMPORTED THIS TBAU ' rHOBI
Bngland, by JOHN B. JtaREY, will aland thin aa- ' "
00 at tB ram el was. awirvy, irranpgn, vuiv.
. Cruiaer lsf theeelebrated Vnlaon ick of Knglaad,
ar.H a.lrMl bvold Venlaon. th wionw of tb
race In 1U19. vauiaon provwi oimaeu mm atounan oora -of
hi day. having travld a foot In on yar, when '
only thre yar old, nln hundred asllet, and ran fbar-
ten raoea. ana on tweivv.
nmiar waa hrad bv Lord Drcbetr In 1833: atiwd bv
Venlton by PajvliaaB, by Walton, oat of Partaol ly Pout
te. ion of Bollpt. Orulaar'a dam waa Red Kovr, ay
Tramp, out of tynlaxina, titter to Syntax, aire of B
wlog, th data of Nv Mlntter, th mott valuable atallldB
now In JCuglano, anu auuiua at any guinea
Tormeto OiruJxion
Tborooghred star. On Ilondred Dollar. . A liber
al arrageannt will be mad with faratar of Ik Blgh
borbood wishing to pat oommon bred mare. c
ITT" Mart from a d it tone will b takea car f.' v :
mar 4-dwBl .-.- 1 ! .t't
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