V FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1861.
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Tiic Sixteenth Regiment. This fine Regl
ment, under the command of Col. James Irvine,
: , ' preceded by the splendid Silver Bugle Band
' -l- from Springfield, marched, yesterday afternoon
, ', , to the front of the State House, to hear an ad
- , dress from Adjutant General Cahrinoton on the
reception of a flag for the Regiment.
1 The address of General Cawunoton was ani'
. . mated and patriotic, and the soldiers of the
Sixteenth Regiment cheerfully renewed the ob
ligation, which he administered to them, to be
faithful to the Flag of their Country.
After General Carrinqton had concluded, the
Regiment was addressed by Governor Dennison
, in a few brief, but very eloquent and approprl
,. 1 1 ate remarks.' Among other things, he told
the citizen soldiers gathered before him,
tnat too present war was not a
against any State or the Institutions of any
... oiate; that it was not designed to humiliate one
: . section of our common country or to Bubordl-
nate it to the other j nor was it a war to advance
the policy of one political party in preference
that of another; but that it was a contest for
TT1 A-l nt.a inin an1 mASAHUH Ik Itl j
. a jr- Q uw nun ijt nuu
the glorious Union our fathers had bequeathed
us.- These and similar noble and patriotio sen
timents caused the Governor to be heartily
- cneerea at the end of almost every sentence in
his speech. . It was a very appropriate and well
The Regiment then returned to CamD Jackson.
The officers and soldiers composing it, are a fine
looking set of men, and will, we doobt not, do
good service on the field of battle, if they should
ever be put to tho test. The number of men
belonging; to the . Regiment Is 935 rank and
Hie.- m i, 1 : t ,. t.
juJ3R ANDER30N. Tho Hero of Fort Sum
ter arrived at the depot in this city, yesterday
on the II o'clock A. M. train from Cleveland'
oa his way to Cincinnati, to join tho Kentucky
n.egiiueui ui woien no nai been appointed Col
onel. As the train cams into the depot, the gal
lant Defender of Sumter was greeted with loud
and enthusiastic cheers by tbe multltudo or citi
zens hom tbe bare lutnor of his possible ar
rival had drawn together. He presented him-
... self upon the platform of the iron car in which
he rode, and every eye was fixed upon his manly
uu uuuid expression 01 nis
countenance. . He made no speech, but shook
hands and engaged in familiar conversation
with those around him.' He contradicted the
' telegraphic report that John C. Breckinriooe
1 1 II 111 H II II inn 1 1 ft li IT nnrt ...... 1 .....
.. n.ma lu . uuiuuiuuu unaer mm. lie said
be bad made no such statement.
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-nuiwimnwuuiDj! tne Driet period of his stay,
we gauant major had a short interview with
fflftvamn. Duu.jmu - . I ... .. . ,
......... ianmwn BUU UIUIT UlSllDgtllBrJCtl
citizens. At twelve o'clock the train boro him
( onwardtowards bis native Kentucky. May
his preaeuce on her soit tend to keep her steady
and trUfl tn tha Flair nP
, Ftao Raising at Camp Jacrao Yesterday
afternoon, at about five o'clock, a large and
Handsome flag was raised to the top of a beauti
ful pole ninety feet high, standing in front of
then guard-house at Camp Jackson. All the
troops in the Camp, about two thousand
sishundredln number, were ranged around the
spaoe between tbe entrance to the Camp and the
guard-house. . It was a spectacle well worth
. a be ceremonies wero opened by a truly elo
quent, tervid and appropriate prayer by the Rev-
. rar. Conrad, of Dayton. Tho flag was then
elevated to its place and flung to the breeze. A
national saluto of thirty-four guns was then
fired. At the instance of Adjutant Jones, three
i .1 . .
limes turee cneers were given for tbe flag of
During the exercises tbe music by the Silver
Bugle Band, and by the fifers and drummers of
tbe Camp, was truly Inspiring. The whole
' ceremony was a grand and inspiring one, and
passed off handsomely.
Fire at the Penitentiary A fire broke on1
at about six o'clock, last evening, in the roof of
the new building in the northeast corner of the
- Penitentiary grounds, oocupied by Mr. Hatoen
as a Foundry. The steam fire engines were
promptly on the ground, and succeeded in ex
tlnguishlcg the flames, but not until the roof
of tbe building was almost entirely consumed.
.The building belongs to the State, and its
loss Is estimated at from $1,500 to $3,000. The
damage to Mr. Hatoen cannot bo much less,
- . The fire was no doubt caused by an Incendiary,
Suspicion rests npon a prisoner who was employ
ed In the foundry, and who Is noted for bis mis
chievous propensities. It is supposed that he
attempted to fire the building on Wednesday
evening and failed, but renewed the attempt IsBt
evening with better-success. -.
' . Tbe prisoners aro excited on account of
the war, and exasperated at the withholding
. of overwork. The consequence is th, tthej are
much more mischievous and turbulent than
usual. Under existing laws, It will be difficult
for tbe officers, In the use of their best energy
' and skill, to keep the convicts in due subordi
nation. . Tb,e nnmber at present in the prison is
' about nine hundred and seventy.
D" If there b a Philosophy of Clothes In
general, for which we have great literary au
thority, there must be a Philosophy of Uniforms
In particular, for which we have the authority of
a great practioal philosopher la the person of
Marcus Chubs, who may be consulted on any
day and evening at the Capital City Arcade.
no BBBiaieu or one woo nas nau crea. expe-
V rlonce In the French'army, in the art of fitting
uniforms to :offioers of the different grades,
1 in such taste and style as to give the most com'
, plele satisfaction,'.
Those offioers who will consult our practical
' philosopher, Mr. Child, and follow his counsel,
will find themselves in such substantial and (-race
f al nnlforms as will be an honor to the corps in
wnico tuey serve, ana a souroe or lasting gratl
' '" flcation to themselves and their friends i
- - weu-uressea ana nanasomeiy uniformed officer
J 3 3 3 .
oommands mors readily his own respect and
confidencsand the respect and CDnftdenoe of his
men. Let every officer, then, who ls lnsearoh
of a good uniform, call at the Capital City Ar
' ' ID" Ohio's quota, under the new call of the
President, Is nine regiments. Five of these, it
',M ls said, will be organised from State troops now
1 1 ,vi camp, and tbe other four from outside com
ST Gen. MoClillan has been appointed
MajQ; Qfatrftl ll) the regular U, 8, army.
Lift rot Camp Goddaib. The Fifteenth
Regiment left Camp Jackson at three o'olook,
yesterday afternoon, for Camp Goddard,
ZincBville. This Regiment Is composed of
following Companies and men:
" ' Kaga
' ' Tyler.
' " Kirby
" Lay ton......
The officers of this Regiment are Col
W. Andrews; Lieutenant Col., Moses R
Dickey i Major, S. B. Walker; Adjutant, A.J
Post Aojotant. We are daily under obliga
tions to J. F. Neereamer, Post Adjutant
Camp Jackson, for bis courtesy in the military
But apart from this consideration, it is bnt
ustioe to Mr. Neereamer to say tbat, though
the duties of his position are onerous and per
plexing, ho fulfills them with promptness and
fidolity. His services should, therefore, be du
appreciated and meet with a corresponding
reward. . '
SZT Ei-Lieut. Gov. Wilker has been appoint
ed Judge Advocate In Gen. Cox's Brigade., with
the rank of Major.
DTbe officers of the Ohio Penitentiary hare
contributed $135 in aid of the Missouri volun
Rail Road Time Table.
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REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
Dispatches form Washington.
WASnmoTON. Mav 15 The Secretary of the
Treasury specifically explains what is meant by
the words "other supplies" in the enumeration
of articles contraband of war, contained in tbe
circular of tbe 2d of May, addressed to collect
ors and other officers of the customs; tbey mean
mercury in an its compounds, cnioride ot potash,
muriatio acid, nitrate of soda and pearlash.
bagging, rope,and nitrio arid. The last named
could be used for the manufacture of cun cotton
The Department will do all in its power to
exempt loyal citizens ot tbe insurrectionary
States from the operation of the circular, and
therefore it has suspended it so far as Western
Virginia is concerned, aud of this dae notice
will be otnciaily given. -
Dispatches form Washington. [Special to the Times. ]
Washington, May 15. Seoretarv Cameron
has tendered to Simeon Draper a Colonelcy of
a new regiment oi aragoong. Mr. U. Holds
tbe proposition open for future consideration. ,
[Herald's Washington Correspondence. ]
It is understood that tbe rebel States have
made proffers of purchase of English and other
European vessels, but our Government has no
tified the diplomatic oorps tbat no such purchase
ill berespeoted, no matter hat tbe nag tbat
covers tbem. i be language used on- this occa
sion was unequivocal and decided.
It has also notined tbe diplomatic corps, that
any commissioner from the rebel States be
received by any European power, this govern
ment will not hesitate an instant to break off all
diplomatic relations with said offending power,
and not only recall the Minister of tbe United
States, but dismiss from Washington the Min
ister of said power.
It was remarked tbat the entire diplomatic
body was present at the military soiree of tbe
Secretary of State, last night.
The Time correspondence says, all work
upon the Capital was suspended to day, by O.der
of the Commissioner of publio buildings.
A messenger was sent to tbe commander of
tbe fawnee, now on Alexandria, witb guns
pointed upon tbe town, and it is understood the
secession flag now floating over that city will
eooa came down.
A schooner was seized to day at Baltimore,
having on board two boxes of Minie Rifles, and
three boxes of ammunition.
Some of the Baltimore police were also de
tected taking boxes of Minie muskets from a
warehouse, with the evident purpose of secreting
them from the Government. The arms were
seized, and taken into the, camp on Federal
Conclusive evidence was found, bovond doubt,
of the complicity of the police of Baltimore
with the Rebels.
Tbe ZViiune' correspondent says, having
seen it stated that Senator Donglas bad receiv
ed an appointment of Brigadier General, I
asked the President If it was so. He said it
was not, and that he had not thought of tender
ing it to him.
He aUo said tbat if Generals were to be ap
pointed from civil life, be imagined there were
many who would be Inferior to Douglas in tbat
position; that Senator Douglas wns the first to
tell him of anticipated trouble in Maryland, to
point out the proper route via Perryville and
Annapolis, and suggested that Fort Monroe and
Point Comfort were the points that commanded
e whole of tbat seotion ot tbe oountry.
Mr. Lincoln referred with pleasure to the fact
that Mr. Douglas, earlier that any other politi
opponent, called upon him, announcing his
determination to stand by him, and approving
or bis course, -me rrcsioent bag promoted
Brigadier General Butler, to be henceforth a
Major General of the United States Army.
Tbe most significant offer yet made the Gov
ernment is just received from Scotland. . Cer
tain prominent bcotush merchants, doing busi
ness in this country, are responsible for a ten
der of ten regiments, unequipped, but well built,
hardy, active men, who are not earning eleven
dollars a month above tbeir living, and who are
ready and willing to enter the service of the
United States for the war, be it long or short, on
oondition that, at the expiration of the war, the
Government will grant tbem each a .bounty of
land. " " '
Two yachts belonging to private Individuals
have to-day been formally accepted by the Gov
ernment, and detacbea tor servioe, by the Trea
sury Department. Their owners, Jas. G. Ben
net, jr., of New York, and T. P. Ives, of Provi.
dence, Rhode Island, have been commissioned
as Lieutenants tn tbe revenue service, and are
ordered to their respective vessels as Lleuten
ants Commanding. ..
Niw York, May lG.-The ltiraU't Wash
ington dlspatoh states tbat the police have been
reaulred to take the oath of allegiance. An
other spy has been arrested in the Pennsylvania
camp. . . . . .
it is rumorea mat Virginian troops were en
camped in rear of Arlington Heights, 3 miles
from w asmngton. aumor not creaitea, al
though all troops are ordered to sleep on their
arms, with artillery on tne alert with double
There was another attempt at riot in Pratt
street, Baltimore, on. tbe occasion of the pass
age or the Doylestown Guards, witb tbe Ring
gold Battery i but the fact being known, every
mau uu loaaeu rule, which deterred any ae
[Post's special dispatch.]
Wabhinqton, May 16,-iThe Government will
receive troops as lastas they can be advantage'
Ex-Gov. Smith, of Virginia', arrived here a'nd
visited tne war department. to-d. - Ha i. i
l9ir plfW5 RW Virginia is aroused and. mesas
to fight; but the sight of the vast preparations
here evidently appalls him.
Tbe first mail for New York, via Balti
more, whlob has left here since April 19th, was
made up to-day.
Mr. Clephane entered upon his duties as Post
master here to-day.
8pwltl dlapatch to tho Commercial.
Gen. Butler has received orders to take com
mand of an important expedition.
It is believed here tbat Vireinia secessionists
nave erectea batteries at Aquaia creek, to pre
vent an approach to Richmond.
Certain developments indioate that tbe Gov
ernment will make a decisive demonstration
9is I a snort lime.
I Washington, May 16. Wm. S. Coffin, of In
diana, baa been appointed to the Southern Su
perintendence of Indian Affairs, in the place
of Rector, who has left for tbe West, with im
portant Instructions for several Indian tribes.
New Yore, May 1G The Post's dispatch
says Congressman Ashley, of Ohio, proposes a
plan to float an army down the Mississippi
river to take New Orleans. .
Tbe World's dlspatoh says it is believed ten
thousand Pennsylvanians are moving on towards
The transfer of Gen. Butler to Fortress Mon
roe, and eendioz there large quantities of am
munition and stores, Is believed to inaicato im
Advices from Fortress Monrce state tbat on
Mondav a band of secessionists, of Hampton
sent a deputation to Col. Dimmick, demanding
toe sole possession ol tbe road leading across
the Dike, which baa been lately under guard
Dimmlck's reply was tbat no would give tbe
rebels Just ten minutes to disperse, i wo com
panies of Massachusetts troops were ordered
northward, and cannon were placed so as to
sweep the entire distance. The Colonel, with a
watch in band, waited for the expiration of the
time, when not a rebel was to be seen. 300
Massachusetts troops then took possession of the
Dike and bridge.
None of the managers of the Mount Vernon
Sooiety, residing here, have any knowledge of
tne reported removal ot tbe remains of W atniDg
ton, oeyona wnat nas been puDiieneo to tne news
papers. They reasonably prcsumo tbat if the
fuels were as reported,' those in charge of that
place would before this have informed them.
from representations made to the Depart
ment, it is probable that nearly all, if not the
entire, river service will bo officially dis
continued, in tbe course of a few days, in the
From New York.
New York, May 16. The Herald states that
on the 17th tbe War Department issued orders
directing the commanders of Fort Smith, Ar
kansas; Forts Cobb, Gibson and Washita, to
evacuate, and repair with their troops and gov
ernment property to rort Leavenworth, and
authorizing the occupation of these forta by
Arkansas volunteers, called out by tbe first
proclamation of tbe President. This explains
the abandonment of Fort Smith by tho federal
garrison, some time since.
The government to day received advices from
the squadron off Fort Pickens. No change op
to tne last date ot tne military status.
The tauadron. in accordance with instruc
tions, bas out a stop to lauding of vessels from
Mobile and New Orleani, with supplies for the
Rebel army; being a complete blockade. It
appears the Rebel troops have been almost
wholly supplied with provisions from these two
ports. Tbe stopping ot tbese supplies at tbis
time Will, it is tnougbt. operate most disastrous
ly to the troops, as tbey were but poorly supplied
A private letter from tbe wife of a leading
fiolitician of the Confederate Government to a
riend in this city is as follows:
."Northerners need have no expectations in re
gard to the bones of Washington. We will see
tbat they are not desecrated by the touch of
abolition hands. Tbey are our sacred inheri
tance." Niw Yoik, May 16. The steamers Chesa
peake and Parkersburg sail this afternoon for
Pensacola and Key West. Guu-boat Mt. Ver
non accompanies as convoy.
From St. Louis.
St. Loots. Mai 16. Tho testimony la the
ease of the Walnut street tragedy, Saturday
evening, closed yesterday, and tne following
verdict was rendered :
"That six of the persons shot on Walnut
street were killed by musket balls discharged by
volunteer United states soldiers, under com
mand of officers unknown to the Jury; that two
the persons shot at tbe same time were killed
by pistol shots fired by persons unknown to the
Keokuk and uuincy papers say Hundreds ol
Union men have heen driven out of Missouri,
under orders issued by tbe Council of the South
A dispatch from staubert to the ifemoerat
says Dr. Leerner, residing in Liberty township,
near Usage Drioge, nas oeen arrested ana sent
Jefferson City, for trial by martial law, for
raising a company of Union volunteers.
A military encampmant or about xuu btate
troops at St. Joseph, mostly armed with guns
recently taken from tbe Arsenal at L,merty, (lis
persedon the 13tb.
Enlisting at the Arsenal eontiuues active;
about 300 having been received yesterday.
It Is understood tbat Hyde rark.intuenortn.
em part of the city, has been leased by the Gov
ernment, and a regiment of troops is to be quar
Matters at Harper's Ferry.
Niw Yore, May 16. The Herald' Special
from Frederick states that a rumor prevails that
the Kcntuckians at Harper's Ferry have not
been furnished with arms, are in a state of mu
tiny, have declared for the Union, and are about
leaving for home. There is treuble there, and
desertions are numerous.
The Htrald'i Chambcrtburgh correspondent
Btates that an attempt was made last night to
blow np the bridge on the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad, just below Point of Rocks, which
[Special to New York Herald.]
Whiilino, May 16. Passengers who have
returned here this evening, who attempted to
reach Baltimore by the Baltimore & Ohio Rail
road, report that two culverts on the road, near
Harper's Ferry, have been blown up, and the
A number o( secessionists have arrived from
below, and report the temporary detention of a
party of Virginians, including Judge Bracken
brough, a member of tho Montgomery Con
at Gallipolis, Ohio.
Southern Commissioner Arrested and Released.
Niw Yost, May 16. Gustavo Holland, who
as dispatched by the Montgomery rebels to
Europe, to make arrangements for a recognition
of the Southern Confederacy, was arrested here
on his arrival in the Arago, from England, and
was discharged after an examination of bis dis
patches, which were returned to mm; tbey bo
oa such as will be productive ot little aid or
comfort to th rebels.
The propeller Bowman, of Troy, Cant. Clark,
arrived this morning. She left Fortress Monroe
on Wednesday afternoon, and brings the re
mainder of the women ana cbiiureu irom tne
Massachusetts troops withdrew from Federal
Hill this morning, taking balf of their battery
with them, and returned to tbe Kelay House,
There Is a report that tbe removal of tbe re
mains of Washington - was done on the ground
that the North was about to do tbe samo thing
MoNTooMiav, May 16 Mr. Smith, of Ala
bama, introduced a resolution In reference to
establishing district courts In Virginia.
Keltt, of tsonth Carolina, introduced a bill
for ' the protection of Indian tribes south, oi
Kansas. . :
I M v ''
Augusta, Ga., May 15. We learn on authori
ty that the Southern stockholders of Adams' Di
gress nave purchased all tbe property, privi
leges ana interests ot trie com nan t in tne
Southern Confederacy A now company will be
organized in a lew days, and continue tbe busl
nees wunoui interruption.
.! 1 ' . ' 1 :
Madison, ;Wis., May, 16. The Legislature
of this Btate convened la extra, session-yesterday.
' ' '' i-i i n'lriW.,,.. '
Gov. Randall's message recommends that six
reglments,ln addition to one now waiting orders,
be put into Camp and equipped by the btate.
Also that one million dollars be appropriated for
Col. Anderson's Reception at Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, May 16. Col. Anderson arrived
hero this evening. He was met at the depot by
a committer of the City Counoll. Mayor Ilatob
tendered the hospitalities of the city to him.
Col. Anderson replied briefly,
He was then escorted through the principal
streets by the Home Guard and an immense
throng of citizens generally. Everywhere along
tne line of march, most nearty expressions ol
welcome were given.
At Camp Dennison, tbe soldiers were drawn
up in line, presenting arms as the train passed.
Col. Anderson is at present with his brother,
New Orleans, Mar 16. Tbe report tbat com
mlssioners have been sent from Havana to Mont
gomery is denied.
The Postmaster General at Montgomery
notice bv proclamation tbat he will be ready
commence tbe mail service on tne first of June,
Harribburo. May 16. Ex-Gov. Geary, (for
merly of Kansas,) is spoken of as Brigadier
General of Pennsylvania.
75 members of the House, headed by the
Speaker, have tendered their services to the
Louisvillc, May 16. Street rumors say
that there is likely to be difficulty here between
the opposing parties, on tho advent of Col. An
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, May 16.
FLOUR market for Common irailee heavi and donlin.
Ing while good and oholce descrlptloni without lmnortant
chance, (hotels however eren in the latter klndi leu
flrmnesi than ruled a few dayi igo! sales of fl 3(10 bbli at
4 55 10 t ir luperflne Hale: S3 15 "8..". M for xir.
Hate; 84 03485 lb for lupcrfloe weitern: 5 135 50 for
common to medium ex.ra weatern; S5 CO a) 5 65 for ship
ping brands extra Round iloop Ohio; 507 35 for
trade brand! do; market closing hearp wltbont buyer! at
outtide Quotation! market for ernmon n.i nn..
dlan flour dull and heavy; sale, of 750 bbll at 85 15
iu inr interior io ciioko extra,
ltYB FLOUR auiet: laiti of 150 hhli t el ina
CORN MEAL without Important clunm: nl. r iin
bbli brandywlne at $3 30.
WUJtAI roroommnn and Inferior uradei; the market
I dull heavy and declining: white, mrul iinmi n.,.i.
fair reaueit for export, at 5 tend r nrli-p. nw r -
3CH'buiheli nniound inferior choice ipring at (1 031 10
14,00(1 boshell goodand prime do at $1 I71 18; 12 000
north western Club at SI ll61 30: 4 600 bush ipri .t.t.
i -48iiai ui.uuu ouan uanaua Ulub at SI 23; 23,.
hush nniound and inferior Milwaukee Club $1 10
1 10; 48.500 food and prime do, 1 2I133; 38,000
buih winter red western SI ttSH 3(1: 3 50,ihn.h u,hn.
Canada SI 35. 52 0(10 bushwhlte western at l 3m,im.
20.000 bush while Kentucky at 81 7ul 78. '
kik quie; laieior l,'.'(Hi builiat U7 XtgtWc
DiilliKY continual dull and hmi. i.Ipi of l inn
bush at 58c.
t'OKN only moderate business: market wlthnni in.
portant change; ealeinf 53,01)0 buihat S.VSIiSo for old
mixed Western: 5054c for new do.: 42i52n far rfom.
In Inferior old aud new do, and 58ofor white Wei-
OAT3 In little better renueit: lalea at ni '.'rtiL'
PORK dull; prlcei In favor of bnven; aalei of 3,730
bliat 817 50 for men; 814 50 15 50 for prime meai;
uu ror prime; 818 maolfeitedfor men.
BKr continue! dull, prlcei without Important
chime; talcs of 330 bids at 84 0O4 50 for prime; 85 87
0 83 fcr men; 810 00 11 00 for repacked mesa;
25 12 50 for extra mess; prime mess beef in
moderate Inquiry; with sales of 130 tiercel extra at 8 18 50
qniet at 8 13 00 14 00 for Western.
CUT MEATS-dull and lower; sale! of 5()0 pickoici
at5X(S6o for ihoulderi; 77(o for hams; bacon
moderate requeit; lalesof 100 boxes cutmlddl-iat
LARD dull; sales of 300 bbli, at The latter
prime kettle rendered.
BUTTKK in moderate request at 12IJo for Ohio,
CIIEH8K iteady at 435a. for common to oholce.
WHISKY less active demand, marker easier; lalei io
tlve, 550 bbli at 10 S, closing with no buyen over 10c,
oommon and Interior description!.
STOCKS dull Chic. & R. I. 30; 0. Sr. Toledo. 83V;
111.0. icrlp65; M.0.45; Reading3lH; Har ll.S
Pac.mail MIX: N. Y. O- VV: E.i.onz. !Z n-.. ip.
44; Va. 6 i 43AJ; M. 8. O'l 81; Coupon! 88. '
FLOUTl standi nominally at vestftrrilv'a nlintattnna
84 5IK34 00 for mperfine; 84 tJ0S5 for extra. Ai
few ealei making are for local consumption, they com
prise mainly tbebestqualitiei.
IS AT ii icarcely offered at all . The tame prlcei
asked but miller! are set against, paying them, since
mm uicdnuuai gvi weir money naca at proa-
pikaia for a-lour.
CORN Is in verv Iliht raeelnt fnr ih j.,m.
that farmer! are too busy with their work to attend
nitioriitiporenii. ine remains tbe price.
vaib are dull but do not decline below 2o. Re
ceipts were, very large compared with what they hare
BARLEY baa no market and quotations are merely
uviaium flat, uuv,
KYH-commands a better price and holders ask 55c,
best quality. A iale was made at 54o.
TVHfsKY-li quiet at 12Xo.-CVi. Com. JajrlG.
WEDNESDAY May 15.
VLUUK II Steady, bnt not nartlcularlv active. fui.
in small lots, mostly 83 35 for rye; 85 for red double
.u" a,. J iwr ciiuice quamiei 00.
WHEAT In good demand. Bales 2000 bush red from
at 81 10; 0 can do at same: 1 car rei and common
at 8 1 10 1 25 . and one car good white at 81 SO.
CORN quiet, falei 1000 buih from itore at 36o.
OAT3 quiet at S5o.
RE dull at 50a.
KOQ9 remain dull, with sales at 5c, tii and 7c.
AKD late of 5 flrkloa at 9c. n,n
HAMS, d0. COUntrv etlreri hsmi ara aslllnir mi QurSL
ihoulden at 77; city cured hams bring 10
BUTTER drill at a range of 10313c.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
OSWEGO, May 16.
Flour ileady and nnchanred. WntiT oulet nwlnr
Itringency In monev; white Canadian held at tl.au:
graim nominal. Oanal porta iteady. Wheat and
to New York Lake import! 120 000; Wheat 10,500;
17.000. Canal export! 0,000 bbla nf Flour; 53 (1110
Wheat; 30,010 buih of Corn: 3.400 of Rye: 13.000
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
PHILADELPHIA, May 16.
Floor nnchanted. Whiat aetlva. red 11 37. while
8144(31 55. Coax firm, aalei 8,000 buih. 03o afloaU
10X0. Wniaxr unchanged.
W. A. Batchelor'i Hair Dye!
This iplendid Hair Dye has no equal initantaneoui In
Beantlfnl Black or Natural Brown no staining
skin oriiijuiing tiie Hair reocdiestneaosar u
of Bid Dyes, and Invigorates th hair for life.
are genuine unless signed "W. A. Batchelor."
CriAS. BATCHILOR, Proprietor,
Jyl2:wly ,. , 81 Barclay Btreet, New Tort.
HAIR DYE HAIR DYE.
Wm. A. Batchelor'i Hair Dye!
The Original and Best la the Worldl
All others are mere Imitation!, and- should be avoided
wish to escape ridicule. '
GRAY, RED OB BTJ8TT HAIR Dyed Instantly to
beautiful and Natural Brown or Black, without Injury to
FIFTEEN MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS bays bet
awarded to Wm. A. Batobelor ilnce 1839, and over 80,00
applications have been made to the Hair of his patrons
hi! famona dyer
WM. A. BATOiULOR'B HAIR DTI produce! a col
not to be distinguished from nature, and Is warranted
to injure In the leait, however long It may be contin
and the III effects of Bad Dyei remedied; the Hair
for Ufa by. this splendid Dye. .
Bold In all cities and towns of th United States.
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers, '
JO'Ibe Genuine has th name and addreis npon a steel
engraving on fonr tides of each box, ot WILLIAM
vllAHLEs DATOnELOR, Fioprtetor,
JylS-wlr - HI Barclay Kroet, Mew York
HAVE SOLDTO 1TIB. HENRY WIL-
i BDM H, TlHim MTORB. which la mniini from tha
orner of High and Gay itreeirto tbe Southwell oorner
Broad and High itreeti, Oolumbui, Ohio.
With many thanks to my rormer patrons and enitom
I re spectrally request ine continuance or their fa
vors to my successor. - - HKNRY M.NKIL.
Oolumbui, April 1, icoi. , ' , , . !. ,
TTAVI1MO PTJRCIIAIED THE DHTJO
XI STORK ot Mr. llKaaV M. Nitb, I have opened
new en the Southwest corner of Broad and llurh itreeti.
Columbus, Ohio being (h old ami reliable eland for
that bueineti jor many year.
T have a fresh and well lelected atock of Pur Midi-
cine, indfnri Chemical, together with Paint. Oil,
lamuhe, n).. usually Kent in inch an establishment.
VTT PRttcarmoiM carelully and promptly compound
id. ! ":- ! ,- . - ,
Store open as au noun 01 ue nay ana utgiu.
T Msnanlfull solicit the Watronara nf th. nuhllft.
, ' L--. - HiNBY WILSON.''
Columbti, April 1, 1801 aprS:dlm
GUERNSEY'S BALM !
117101 AUIBIOAN WATCH O0XPARY, of
ham, Uau.,bogitocall Uw attention ot the publloto
the following tmphatlo recommendation ef Waltham
Watches, bj th leading practical Watchmaker! an4
elen throughout the United Btates. The entire
ilgnatuiei to It li quite too long for publication
sdrertiiemeDt; bat the names prerented will be
Diced by thoie acquainted with the Trade as being In th
blgheit degree rcipec table and and inllaential. At
eiUbllibments ma; tlwayi be found the genuine WaUh
ei of the Company's manufactnre, in great variety.
Blgoaturas from many cities and towns not fatly
reiented in this Hit will appear In a future adrer .
TO THE PUBLIC.
The undersigned, practical Watchmakers and dealer! In
Watches, having bought and told American Watches fr
a on mber of yea.i fait, and having dealt in all kind! o f
foreign Watches for a much longer period of time, bo j to
itate that they have never dealt In Watches which, ai a
elaai, or in lodirldual initancei, hart been moreiatU-
factory to themaelrei or enitomen, whether In reipect o f
durability, beauty of flnlih, mathematically correct pre
portions, accurate oompeniatlon and adjustment, or of
fin time keeping rttvltt, than thoie menufactuied by
the Waltham Company.
N. B. CRITTENDEN,
JAMRS 3. KOSS,
H. JENKINS St CO.,
BEQQS . SMITH.
WM. WILSON McdltEW.
KINO Sr. BROTHER
J. T. t B. M. EDWABDS.
JOHN H. MOE8E,
W. H. HlOHMONll,
H. D. KAYS,
WM. M. MAYO,
W. FOIID. ,
WILLAKD It HAWLEY,
4c D. KOSENREHO.
A. BURR St CO.
B. ETTEN11KIMER It CO,
K. Jr. II. O. CARPENTER,
HAIGHT Sr. LKACII,
WILLIAMS Sr. CO.,
WM. 8. MORGAN,
BLOOD sc PUTMAN.
JOHN 1. JENKINS,
CHA8. 8. WILLARD,
P. BIN011AM St CO.,
CHA8. G. FRENCH.
THEO. V. PICKERING,
B. VAN COTT,
Prairie duChlen, "
Xaiton, " '
SAM'L RIIOWN, Jr.,
HBOKMAN fc. YOHE.
aug ti in b Aran,
CHA8. L. FISHER.
M. Bt. OLAIit,
St A. PETERSON,
CARBON Sc BRANNON,
SIMPSON St PRICE,
Sc A. GARDNER
T. SCOTT fc CO.,
J E. COOK,
. . - .1
MOODY. , .
ANTHONY Sc CO.,
THOMAS STEELE fc CO..
HEMINGWAY Ac STEVENS.
8. HUNTINGTON Sc CO..
W. DREW Sc CO.,
- Bo. Beiwlck.
. Bath, .
' Burlington, '
0. 0. WOODBURY,
M. HARDISON, '
TWOMBLY Sc SMITH,
jambs bmery, -
bimson blooo, ;. : . -
nHNRY H.HAM, ' "
ROBERT N. RODSB,
B.StG. L. ROGER!, r-
0. PHIMNXY, ',-
CiCTtox. A. onr Watch ll now extensively counter
felted by foreign manufacturer!, we have to Inform the
public that no watch li of our production which la nnao
oompanledbya certificate of genalneneM, bearing the
nnmber of the watch, and ilgied by oar Treainrer, ft.
Robblni, or by onr predecenon, Appleton, Tracy sc
" ' ' ' - ' ' '' ;' - '
Ai the, watches ire for sale by Jewelers generally
throughout the Union, the Americas Watch Company
not sollolt orders for ttngls vratchM.
i 4 v I
BOBBINS tt APPL1T0N '
,-' ' ; Wholenle Agenti, Ho. 189 Broad wa
spSO i s, 0. 1, k e. 9, w, Sn. ll.
ll precliely what iti name Indicate!, for, while'
'nleaiant to the taite, it ll rerWIfyl ng, exhllarat-ifl
log, invigorating and ilrengthentng w the yltai
nn.r. n1 I hi. ma I i nm -. ,
latei. and renewe the blood in all In nuriti ...
thai at once rutort ani render the tvtfam in
wwww ,c awMcxm or aiavuee. u u ine only
H preparation ever offered to the world, 10 ehemi
. -ally and ikillfully combined ae to be the mom
powerful toots, and at the lame time 10 nerfecilv
Fjlidatiled to, ai to act In perfect aceordance with thei
awi of nature, and hence will tooth th weakttt
ttomach, and ton up the digeitive organi, and
luiuaaitayai, nervoua aua oiner irniaiion. jr, t
perfectly exhilarating, and at the lame time it Is1.,
composed entirely of vegetable!, yet io eomhinerllM
u io pruuuee ma moil uiorougn ionic t-uecl, with
out producing any Inlurloui conieriuencei. Bunh'i.
a remedy has lung been fell to be a desideratum in
the medical world, for itneede no medical skill tr
see matdeoiiiry roiiowiau attack! or disease, ami
proceeds and indeed lays the system open to the
Insidious attack! of many of the most fatal. mrh J
W7 Kir example, w iuu iuiiuwiiik; uoDVumpuon, in
digestion, Dyspepsia. Loss of Appetite, Falntnesi,
p,) Nervous Irritability, Neuralgia Palpitation of the1
Mi Heart, Melancholy, Night Sweats, Laniruor. GidtU-
oesi, Retention of, as well as Painful obetructed.il
too protuie. or loo leant Menstruation, and Fall
in Ing of the Womb. These all depend upon general
debllltv. Thli pure, bealthv. tonlo Cordial mH
Hlood Kenovaior is ai sure io cure as tbe sun to H
rise and set. There is no mistake about it. But Dj
.1.;- i. t .M It , ..... i. ..... 1 1 WV
open to bilioui attack!, the liver become! tornlrl ', ,
or worse diseased, the kidneys refute to perform )H
their function!, and we are troubled with scaldlnrr
and lnconllnenee ot urine, or involuntary dii-l
charge of the lame, pain la the back, side and be-iA
tween the ihoulderi, exceedingly liable to illght U
coldi. cougbi, and if unchecked, loon emaciationl
follow!, and the patient goes down to a prematurely
grave. But spare will not allow ni to enumerate f
(he many llli to which we are liable in a weakened w
condition of the lystem. But we will say, in this
Cordial and Blood Renovator yon have a perfect, LJ
safe, pleasant and effectual remedy for Ion of M
Appetite, BiiloumeM, flatulence, weak and sick w
ilomich, languor, Liver Complaint. Chilli andl
Fever, or any Billons attack, Ooitlveneis, Acidity
if the Stomach, Nervoumess, Neuralgia, Palplla-, ,
Hon of tlie Heart, re ssion of Spirits. Sores. M
Simple! on the Face, or any disease arising from di
impure blood, luch is Scrofula, Erysipelas, Bron I
hi tin, Couuh, difficulty of Breathing, and all thai1,
aclasi of disease! called female weakness, ami M
enumerated above. Wi will alio lay the traveler LJ
exposed to epidemic!, change of climate and wat-
er, win una it a pleasant, sale and inre remedy,
and none should ever travel without. Reader
trV It. for Vt MUIIM .1)1 VOn Will fln In It a friar.,,
Indeed, ai well as a friend in need. All person! of I
jeueniary niDiu win nna iiapenect preventive ol
ai well as cure for those ailment! to which Ihcy arc
particularly exposed. Hence minlitn,itudeuii,at I
torneyi, literary nntlemen.and lailiei who are not J
accustomed to much outdoor exercise, will find ii r
io their advantage to keep a bottle constantly onl 1
hand; and, above all. mother!, or those becoming
isucn, win go inrougn mat most aaogerous period
not only wlh all their accustomed itrength, but
affl and frAn fmm tliA (linnatintl .llm.nl. mn
Oialentatming the femalo portion of the world. lrj'J
(hort, it ii indeed a mother'! cordial. Try it, olil
.,. juuuk, uu lunger run uie ,ia ui urriay; u will
iive iMravai ana mooa umotuior.
O. 1 . WOOD , proprietor, 444 Broadway, JT ew
laura.Bud i it uhtks i nireer, di. louii, nio., and
I u m, Cin D" UUIUmUUI. UniO,
n,land all good Druggiitu Price One Dollar
STOOD THE TEST OF YEARS
And trrowa more and more popnlar
every day I
teitlmoniili, new, and almost without nnmber.
might he given from ladlei and gentlemen In all mils
loclety, whose united testimony nona could resist'
ProL Wood's Hair Restorative will restore the bald
gray, and preserve the hair of the youth to old age,
all its youthful beauty. . . I
Battle Creek, Mich., Dec. Slat, 1S38.
Paor. Woon: Thee wilt please accent a Una tn InfAra.
tbat the hair on my head all fell off over tn-nm
ago, caused by a complicated chronic disease, at
rcoueu Run au eruption on me neaa. A continual
oourse of suffering through life having reduced me to a
of dependence,' I have not been able toobtaln Huff
caps, mither have I been able to do them nn. in
sequence of which my head has suffered extremely from
Thli induced me to pay Briggi tr. Uodrrei almost
last cent I had on earth for a two dollar bottle of thy
Restorative, about the first of Anmst lt. T h...
faithfully followed the directions.and the bald spot li now
coverea wun bus- wick ana Diaorc, tnonvh inert, it ii
coming In all over my head. Feeling confident
another large bottle would restore It entirely
permanently, 1 feel anxloni to Dartevervo in ii.
being destitute ot meani to nurchm 1
would ak thee if thee wouldit not be willing to leodme
order on thine agents for a bottle, and reoeive to thy
self, the oripture declaration "the reward la to those
are ainu w uie wtuow ana tne fatherless.'"
Thy friend, SUSANNAH KIRBY.
Llgonler, Noble County, Indiana, Feb. Sth, 1359
Paor. 0. J. Woon: &tar Sir: la th u..r,. nr
year 1P5S, while attending the State and National
School of the Bute ot New York, sir hair, fmm .
unknown to me, commenced falling off very rap-
v ..... iu ui. mui tpma ui six montni, tne whole
upper part cf my acalp wai almost entirely bereft of Iti
covering, and much of the remaining portion upon the
and back part or my head shortly after became gray,
that you will not be inrprised when I tell you that up
on my return to the State of Indiana, my mora casual
acquaintances were not 10 much at a Ion to discover the
of the change In my appearance, ai my more inti
mate acquaintance! were to recognize me at all.
at once made application to the moat ikiiirni nii.
in the country, but, receiving no anuranoe from
that my hair would aga'n be restored, I wai forced
become reconciled to my fate, until, fortunately. In
latter part of the year 1817. vonr Reitnr.tiv.
commended to me by a druggist, 11 being the most relia
ble Hair Restorative in use. I tried one hnttln. .nrf
to my great satisfaction that It waa nnuinrin. ,h.
desired effect. Since that time, I have used seven dol.
worth of your Restorative, and as a reiult, have a
coat of very 10ft black hair, which no money can
Ai a mark of my gratitude for your labor and iklll In
production of so wonderful an article, I have recom
mended its use to many of my friends and acuualntancei,
I am happy to Inform you, are ming it with like
effect. Very respectfully, youri. 1
A. M. LATTA,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Depot, 441 Broadway, and sold hv all rimlor. thrnnh.
the world. . , i
Tbe Restorative linutno In bottle. f th...i... i.
medium, and small: the small hnida u . .,!
reuila for one dollar per bottle: Uie medium holds at
twenty per cent, more in proportion than the small,
retails for two dollar! a bottle; the large holds a
40 per cent, more in proportion, and re tall! fcr S3
bottle. , ; T
J. WOOD CO., Proprietor!. 444 Broadway, New
and 114 Market Street, St. Louii, Mo. 1
And sold by ROBKRTS a SAMTTicr..
by all good Druggisti and Fancy Goods Dealers;
MRS, WINSLQ5.i (
experienced None and Female Physician, presents 1
w um aiu-nuou 01 motaers, tier -; , j
FOR CHILDREN TEETHINfi. :
which greatly facilitate, theprocenof teething, by loft
ening the gums, reducing all inflammation wil I allay
i-Ain ana spasmodic action, and is ' 1
SVUE TOltEGCLATE THE BUWIjlA
Depend upon It, mothen, It will give rest to yonrtclvet
- ( - r
BELTEF AHD HIAITH TO YOTTB LKFArTIS.
We have pot up and told thli irttcle far over tan
CAN SAY, IN CONFIDENCE) AND TROTH, of it
... uc.cr ucra aoie io say 01 any omer medi
nnv Jitt has it VAILED. IN A SINGLE INBT.
ANCB, TO KFF11CT A OURU, when tisauly used. Nev
er did we know an Instance of dlnatlifaetion by any one
osed it. On the contrary, all are delighted wjli in
operation!, and ipeak Id terms of comveadatien f In
magical euecti anil medical vlrtuea.-.We apeak la tbii
matter "WHAT WK DO KNOW;" after ten y.ar.' gxpe
rlence.AND PLKDGK OUR RKPUTATION FORTHB
FULILLMENT Of WHAT WB UKRB DKOLARH. In
aimo.1 every instance where the infant li lullerlng from
pain and exhaustion, relief will be foond in fifteen or
twenty mlnutei after theSyrup li administered." j
Tbli valuable preparation ki the prescription of one of
most BXPBklKNCBDand SKILLFUL NURlHSiS
New Kngland. and baa been eieU-with NlVKlv FAIL
ING BUOOKSS in 1
- ' THOUSANDS OF CASKS-.:-I
It not only relievei the child from naln. but hlii
the stomach and bowels, correct acidity, and give!
lime ana energy w Uie wool, ay.iem, 11 Will alUl.St in
0BIP1I0 IS THE BOWJELS. AID WIND COLIC
and overcome oonvuuwna, which. If notipeedlly'reme
'i ,u uc...., uviicva ii uie tEBx and PUH
bx s!ui in ins wuhld, in all carwi ofDVif
" iiisawiui ia uuiLDRBM, whether
antes from teeming, or from an other ' nnw w.
would lay to every mother who has a child autre ring from
anvof the foretroioir eomnlalnta DO NOT I.RT VoitH
PRBJUDIOIS NOR THst PRRJUDIOBSOF OrltKRfc
eland between you and vour .ufferlni- child, and tha ra.
iter mat win ne ouk. yes. ABDOLU rKLII liRH to
follow the an of thlamedlctnet if timely end. Fall di
rection! for using will accompany vh bottle. I None
genome Boise, tne rao-umiie or UUKllia CJCRKIN8
new sons, w oa uie ouuiu. wrapper. n .. ...... I
Bold by all DragglsU throughout, th.wirid. .- I
Principal Office, IS J-dnr Street W.Y
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
for all THROAT mm
I, UNO COIOPl,AIITSt
lnaiiidinr ; wnoopiNC!
COUGH, mad erirr
Complaint Ibe forerun
ner of, and even aclna
The Great NEU1IAL
CIV UKSIEUY and Nat
ural UP1A1E, adapted
to every epeclee of Ner
voua Complaints Ner
Usim, Catarrh. J ootli
and Ear Aclie, f.eaa of
Hleepv andllowcl Coma
--. i i.o -iif.'. ? ' t:
L..Ntfftl uUc Jon 'ha above preparations
Mtbyprocuriof and reading deecriptlve paapbleti.t
befoundwlth.il .. .m ... . . czZ. .....
on emaod. Formnlaannd Trial Bottlei lent to Phyil
mani, who will find developmenU in both worthy their
acceptance and approval.
Correspondence aolleiu.il rAm .n .u.. .uu:nu
ourloiity prompt! to a trial of the above reliable Kerne
For rale by the mual shni.i. ..,.n j..i
everywhere. m . . .
JOHN jl. IIUNNEWEl,lit Proprleto
' OHUflST AND rHAMIAOlDTIST,
, No. 9 Commercial Wnarf, Boston, M.I8.
Robert! At Ramn.t: W. P V ' B n.. , ..
Denlg, G. Denl At nn. a J. AV.n!,.n.. a. a.- "...
for Colnmbo Ohio. ' "Sa,"
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
manufacturers of all kinds of Por
luble and stationary ateim En
i ctiiets, baw I?Illl, Uriat IMill,,
LAXBA SODLSrHeatenJ II. t I. BLAND YBtattni
l. J. U. DUYALL Stolen tit
MA ailSS CO. Beaten till
BR AD OH I
Our Portabls Englnt and 8iw Mill
Wai awarded the fint premium of ISO at the Indiana
Btata Fair fur 1-00 over Lane at Bodley, on account of
Price, lightuess, simplicity, economy of fuel
ana superior churactcr of lumber sawed.
OnrSUtlonarvEno-lnewa. .-.i...! .
fhafl. ..-t..- -.ViaTu. w" w ""r
w ps uaiis uiu ui p
for price and terms aiblrei!
H.,a. , WILLARD WARNErY treasurer,
decl-diiwlyeoli. . , -.- , Newark, Ohio.
OB EAT CURE.
, . DR. LELAND'S
IS TIIE ONLT KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Eheumatism,: Gfout and Neuralffia.
AND A SORECrjRB FOR .
All Mercurial Diseases.
It is a convenient! v
, "au, vuu nil! Ill if m UCiJ
i?nt f0",Poand- 5 J" "oro around the Waiit, without
. : , . " vi iiuwnnui id le real medi-
cine,, which weaken and de.troy the con.tltution7.cd
give cmporary relief only. By thli treatment, the med
icinal propertie. contained In theBDd come In contact
with the blood and reach th. di.e..e, through th"p"
i'nn".''"'''"'"' a prf.c7?u "
thu,,,7,"(lUlprt, micU - l.hy condition.
Thu Bsnd isalioa mo,tnr,.,ri i.
efficacy In aggravated ca...Vf long .UndTng. " ' " ,W
beientby mail or expreii, with full direo.ioni for u,e
Omee, country, direct from the Principal
Ho. 409 BBOADWAY, New York.
G. SMITH &. CO., Sole Proprietots.
N. B. Descriptive Circular! Sent Free.
ID A rente Wanted Everywhere.
mh28 lyliorlstp.dAw '
TO BUSINESS MEN.
F.XCELLKNT rn 1 nrx w.. ..
reliable bualnea, m.n ,n . : : ..""..
facturicg bu.in., quirlng bu, ViCT Til
eatahlishment and pro.ecutlon. oapitai in lis
The manufactur. consists in the application of a ne.
collar composition or enamel to common d I brick. Jnd
variety of other buildlnr mat.rl.i -7 ""c. "l
rfoflng.1-fl0U'liD.8' C"iDga' floWand for
This enamel may be tinted of any color, from tha
purest white to (he deepest b'ack, wHh all thTZinr!
and .hade. bee0. It impart, to' ttoL2Z SSS
It is applied a hardness and durability .lmost incredible
S??h. T5 :a?mi0 of the ra'rest and m?co. ly
of the variegated marn le.. and. nnitb. ik. ,. V
ou. to molstnr., and will never fade, italn.'or deterlor
ate. costing but a fractional part of the price of ord"n.ry
nit;? inI.bU f0 Uble Mi ,,n topi, mantle
pieceii, norm merits ttnA mr r,riioo.
?Je.ta,?iaP!-h;u;k ""P," " applying the enneT
r!sd? 'aUe article, enameled will command a
reauy iale, affording la no nroRu. iki. ..n..
SSfcfr TnVal L0,";'fo'B'''f"'rlng under the rat
tl . P,0,nl'' town in the United Bute,,
by applying to the .ubicriber.. Amall tarlO en th. ar-
inv.JtU-nUr?tUrt,d W'".b9 e''aire, "" "
m. m.rJXZ!, mrlt "ir-anty of thli enameled bond
ing material to anvih n. in nu i.-
, uau ui uuiiuaiiuea in-
,ZZ??L'D?l'0'lPaw min architect, aud
sclentifio men of this and other citiei.
;,: JOHHBOS 4 riALL.
Gsneral Agents far Enameled Bnlldlog Haterlai ,
pkimus. p NASSAU BT., NEW TOItK.
OPEmNC OF THE SEASON
i w, or .. I ,
SPKING AND SUMMER GOODS
A.T P. ROSE'S.
AOAlJf OFFER TO THE PCBLIO
an entire new stock of nwvi. in i ..7.71 ,.
IJ,.'h.l?.Nfi",..Y.Krkat th,,cheP"t Panic rateel. owhlch
I shall sail at theamalW orofila, for Cut.. M.T..n.
en and frltndi are reimoUully invited to call and exam
loe my Goods and Pi feci, as I am determined to sell as
cheap or cheaper than any other house in the oily; and
aal do my own Catting, and luperietend my own husi-
u.,iiniinim,irgiii my long experience in busi
ness, to give general satisfaction. The flneit of work
men are employed, and all work done ilrictly to time and
on ihort notice, aud warranted to fit. Stranger, visiting
ourcity would consult tbejr loferett by giving me a call
before, purohaslng elsewhere. ; r, fcotta
i on ji ' ' ' Merchant Tailor,
march29-.dly ( , Cor. Ui,b,endTon ill
m-i. . . . " . vj. inoiiuiii
High street, have Jul ouenrd a.ar.i.i.e n..
ontaM. BaijoiMi. end Sacqon, mid. in the newest and
M.-,;.L,,,on '0 mnftn-m. rutin
if ry heavy, designed expressly fur
ThO r-Celebratod llorso, Cruiserj
TliT POUTED Tflfr TKAR fHOin
A. Hngasnd, by JOHN S. HABIT, will lUnd thii,ea
ion al ine Sirm of Wm H. Rarey.Oeoveport. Ohio.
. CralMrUeflbe celebrated VenUooitook of Kngland,
and wai aired by old Veniioo, tbe winner of the Derby
rare In 1813. Venison proved himself the etouteit horse
of hi! day, having traveled est foot in one year, when
only thne year. eld, nine hundred miles, and run four
teen racee, nod one twelve, -
0 raiser wa. bred by Lord Dorchester Io 1853; aired by
Veniion Iry Partrsan, by Walton, eut of Parasol ry Pota
toes, loo of Ccllpse. Cruiser', dam Wao Red Rover, by
Tramp, eot of Oyntaxlna, .later to Syntax, aire of Bee
wing. the dam of New Mln.ter, the most valuable HUllloa
now In Kngland, and standi at fifty guinea ( t'OU),
Thoroughbred morel, One Hundred Dollars. A Mar
el arrangement will be made with turners of the neigh
borhood wishing to put common bred wiarea.
' ILP Mane from a distance will be taken tare of.
may i U,kw3t
iVu. . l5nr'ne rdcd the first premlu n of
f. r.tr.,h" k ' 'a', U?n'l'1',T1"'-. BUndy'i Du
vail 1, Culumbui Machine Co'i., and Bradford Jt Co'i
by a Committee of nrartlr.l R.ll. V : '
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