iT i i i i. . ' ."' .1 a" .' '
TsUHDAY. MORUINQ, MAY19i C1
W Asmi K xprem Coihpeny plaoci u daily
under obligations to 4t tor the wry latest papers
Irom the eastern cities s in
Tl. Wnrrloan Express Company has our
tbauks lor Its dally favors In the shape of the
very Intent eastern papers.! ;
tCy If there b a Phlloiopby of Clothes In
gnral; for wbloh we have great literary eu
thority, there must bo a Phlloiopby of Uniforms
In particular, for which we have the authority of
a great practical philosopher la the person of
Marcos CmiD,who may ,be( consulted on any
day and evening at the Capital. City Arcade
He Is satiated by one who has had great expe
rience in the French army, la the art of fitting
uniform! to ollicers.oi me uinereui, graues,
in suob taste and style as to givo tho most com
plete satisfaction.' f. ' ..'
Those officers who will consult our practical
philosopher, Mr. Childs, and follow his counsel,
will find themselves in such substantial and grace
ful Uniforms, as will be an honor to the corps in
which they serve, and a source of lasting grati
fication to themselves and their friends. A
well-dressed and handsomely uniformed officer
eommaude moro readily, bis own rerpect and
confidence and the respect and confidence of his
men. Let every officer, then, who is In search
of a good uniform, call at the Capital City Ar
cade. - ..'i j '. "
Thb. London Quartbrly Review. We have
received from the American publishers of the
British Quarterlies, the London Quarterly Re
view for' April, 1801. It Is a valuable number,
embracing' a wide rabge of topics, and afford
ing important Information. The articles In the
April number are The Pearls and Mook Pearls
of -History; EilphnlsmjXprdDuDdouald; Spirit
ual Destitution In the THe'tropolis; German,
Flemish and. Dutch, Arti-v African Discovery;
Lord Stanhope's Lile Jit); Indian , Curren
cy; Finance and Legislation; Iron Manufac
tory."' ''" ' :'' ' :
TefiMa Ulackwood $3 00, Blackwood and
ono of the" Quarterlies $5 00, Blackwood and
the four Quarterlies $10 00.
Remittances should always be addressed to
the Publishers,' Leonard Scott & Co., No. 64,
Gold street, New York,
O Oar city, which has been put on . a war
footing tot somo time past, Is now comparatively
quiet- We no longer hear so frequently the
tramp on our pavements of armed men or of
' men ready to be armed. The roll of the drum
and the shrill strains of the fife seldom din our
ears. Occasionally, the boom of the cannon at
Camp Jackson reminds ns that the war-cloud
still hovers 'over us. JThe seemingly wild gush
of ezeitement consequent upon the fall of Fort
Sumter and the first call of the President for
' troops, is paining away; but the stream .of pa
triotiem, though less boisterous', runs de'prr and
stronger, and will overwhelm the foes of the
' O" It Is'noticeable that no death has occurred
at Camp Jackson since its organization, about
four weeks since. During that time there have
been in the Camp, for a longer or shorter time,
from 12.100 to 15,000 men.' We learn that one
. rolunteer, William Meredith, 'of Kenton, i
member of Capt., now Col. Cantwell's Compa
. nT.vu taken Bick at the Camp about two weeks
'ago, fend having 'returned - horn, has since died
of lumr fover.r We have hchrd of no similar
Instance. ' rf .""'..!
' One. Hill or More. Plan! one bill pc more
'"if con.thl season, every body, wbo does not go
-! to the war.' -The farmer ot course will plant
. one svere or mors thaa usual. But all the stay
' at-homes eboold also plant more or less corn.
It will all be needed and more than will be rais
ed. But the time for planting is short. It will
soon be over:-- Improve, then, this fine weather,
while it lasts, and let everybody, without ex
ceptloo on account of sex or age, plant
i Hill oa More. . ,
A Book por the Soldier. At the book store
of J. H. Riley, In this ci'y, will be found a
oheap and valuable little work for the soldier,
entitled J!The Handy-Book for the U.8..Soldier
on coming Into Service." It contains, a oom
ti nlete svstem of Instruction In the school of the
" nMlnr . wltha nrelirainarv explanation. ;of ,tbe
"formation of a battalion on parade,' the position
of the officers, fto.. beioe a first book of Instrue
. '.L ....I t j It O lnr.nm tintlxa "
tlon in (ne'suwunzeu u. u. iuhj ....... j
irrThe Fallcrtoa Rifles, of Chlllieothe, fall
ing to be accepted by the Adjutant General un
der the eall for seventy-five thousand volunteers,
have made a tender of tWir services for three
vears. direct to the Secretary 'of .War. - They
propose to uniform and arm thomselves, and are
, drilling nightly.-' Their olnoera arej uapi., n.
' Allstok; 1st Lieut., M. Wf pABtjsMj.Sd Lljeut
n T T- -. I
EtAHOIL XI. iWinu.
Notice to Contcio'bs.-
We oall theatten
f tinn' Fhn!nrn men to two advertisements on
der this head, in another part of thlspape by
. 'tnc CommlBSary'General of Ohio, fof proposals
for furnlshiDK ' iubalstenco store at JacKson
t..i.. ,nt.-t Athona. Athens countv. and
i - .rtZAneavLlle. MuskinBum county. It will be
noted that all proposals must be handed In bet
-fore nine w'clook, to morrow (Monday) evening'
Id.'J nn via -' in 1 1 1 "hi mm f i ij ii - ui , ; ' I
"T:Mt)Mii VlWb-'; BREED" ERTRaORDllURT
Headachis Not so Charles' London Cordial
Om.oaro. mild delicious, and accredited by
v f ; medical men. as a bjReian stimulant of peerless
Talne, it commends itself alike to the favor
the 'cinnoisseorr and-the: Invalid. Broadway,
" Hew York,; Fof sale by at druggists and gro-
crrf'u nut t'o;.t:.; j -Vi ' ''
JCa. CJ' Lewis Ttler, a volunteer, died at.Camp
j Dsnnlsoo,; oa.TBursday .nigh'. His remains
were taken i to Cir'devillei ihe "residence, of
!ialher.'A Ttleiu who-formerly resided
. Sevejitli atree ibis city,
in ; . i i i . , i ; t,i t i
Nw,pKP -A now eamp is to be established
nrt Bollalr. Gen. II. N. Biu, who has been
Assistant Quarter. Master General,
-k.iPre, ?T???ke: th fOtmuy preparatloni
tor the reoeptioii ef'troopa.t,!," . .
tnif ma KELMIOOJ NfltlO'
lterlTnos. GbiifAit will deliver s, discourse
the abbrl bamed subject, in the TJntversallat
ChnrcH, Snnda'y'erenlog'.'May 19Ui.'f
' .f8wtloes at 1 o'clock.
CTThs Xenla Nu has been diacoDtinsod,
i Moantl shetuWoription list, printing matterlals.&o.T
m. i'.' WohUei'B rlifrtjroprlBtort ot tbe Xenla
.' lioAJ,v,Two Kepubltoan papers, u sea.niBtf1""
nts,. uiMrtusiiWiHi7 ,hi,iu,
v.l ' ' . '
D There are now 1,700 men left la
7 . IV
Jackson. Tbe Cimp Hospital oentalni elgb
rr-iv i rin.il Jinntad I
((heir tenants about one third the rent ordinari
ly paid on houses. ',': .,
Rail Road Time Table.
LITTLE MIAMI & COLUMBUS & XENIA R. R.
Cincinnati Accommodation. 6 00 A. M. :0J P. M
" Einress 11:90 A. M. 11:03 & M
Mall Accommodation...... 1:30 P. M. M
NtshtEiDreii via Davt.n.l:00 midnight 8:80 A. M
tfau. T inM.iii abcuii
COLOMBO! ft CuvtUHD R. B.Y ' it . t :
- ttr 1 ,.... . ......
NLht snmi.. A.M. IH4JP; H.
New York Kxpres 11:10 A. M. J 11:10 A. M
Mail tod AoooamousUton.. :i0 P. U. ..... 9:10 P. M
rfMn rAT-rmson, Agent.
NT,: 1 w.nrees.'..i. 3:30 A.' M.. '. 11138 A. H.
Ko. 8 . do 11:18 A. M. , II 4S P. M.
Mo. 3 do 3:10 P. M. 4:30 A. M
, . , rr. J. sill, agem.
PiTTraoaan, OoLomot k Ouwimnati ,B. B.
Mill Train 330 A.M. 11:39A.M.
Expreas Train 11:18 a. M. 11:4 P. M
OOLOMBOI St iHDUXOPOUa. R. R. "
OOLCKSOI PiQOA ft ISOUNA R. fl. i
Ko. 1 Exprcia 0:M A. M, . , 1:50 P, M.
No. 9 . 3.00 P. M. 8:45 P. M
Aooommodatlon 10:50 A. M.
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
Dispatches from Washington.
Washington, May 17. Maior Mulligan's
Irish Brigade has been accepted for the war.
The Deotrtments dailv receive bushels of let
ters from applicants for places military and civil,
most of which ask for replies. It is proper,
therefore, to state that it is the inflexible rule,tbat
letters relating to such subjects, though read
and filed, are not and cunnot be answered.
The Time' Washington dispatch says: The
Secretary of War has to-day accepted the first
brigade of Chicago, 3000 strong. They go for
the war. . '' '
Col. Mulligan leaves for Illinois to morrow,
to bring them on. They have orders for march
ing in this direction as soon as be arrives. '
1 learn from the Postmaster General that it
is Intended to-morrow to suspend all the steam
mail service In the seceding States; as these
steamers have no business now of any Import
ance, except the mall service, from which tbe
government derives no benefit. It becomes
nothing but a subsidy to sustain broken down
vessels In rebellious territory. All such con
tracts will therefore be annulled by the govern
ment. .... .
A letter received from Col. Lee by a gen
tleman In this city says tbe whole statement of
tbe removal of Washington's remains is with
out the slightest foundation. -
The statement made by some Baltimore pa
pers tbat all the troops recently passing through
Baltimore had not been molested or insulted, Is
Incorrect, Ringgold's artillery was grossly
Insulted nearly all the way through the streets;
but no offensive attack was made.
It is reported that, in consequence of Gov.
Hicks' remonstrance, tbe Virginia troops have
been withdrawn from Maryland. If promptly
oeoupied by the United States, the heights thus
vacated "ill completely command the town aud
The steamship Huntsville has joined the
Nlaeara, before Charleston harbor, and the two
now institute an efficient blockade there. Tho
last accounts state that nottainc but fishing
smacks had been canght.
It was deemed necessary, to day, to stop ru
mors, to oispatcn a messenger to Arlington
Heights, to make a critical examination, to see
if aiy batteries were erected, or any troops near
at band. He has returned, and reports tbat be
saw no cannon; and with tbe exception of a small
picket guard ot twenty men, opposite Ueorge
town, there were Do soldiers to be seen within a
radius of five miles of tbe Heights. . ,
It is stated that Chief Engineer Uaswell, from
New York, who was latelv under arrest at Har
per's Ferry, was released on the strength of
dispatches from New York, which declared that,
it be was buog, every Virginian in toe norm
The President has accepted three fine tugs
offered by Mr. Sturges, of Chicago, some weeks
since. They , will be detailed lor service ai
Arrests for treason continue to be made daily.
Tha lines are beltic drawn vervclOselv." '
Ayonng man f Newark, i Just arrived
from Charleston, S.C ssys (here is very little
military activity there. All the troops bad
marched for Virginia.' He witnessed the bom
bardment of Fort Sumter. He saya If any were
killed at Fort Moultrie, or tbe batteries, they
were burried there, and the fact was not known
in Charleston; and that he has seen Beauregard
twice since the bombardment, i .
Ha temained in Richmond one day.' inere,
all is action. Troops are continually arriving and
departing. ' He says tbe cavalry are good men,
but poor Dorses seem to oe very numerous.
. Perfect confidence as to the result of the oon-
fllot reigns everywhere. '
[Washington Herald's Dispatch.]
on is nseless to disguise tbe fact that
members of the diplomatio corps in Washing
ton areencaeed in constant and anxious discus
sion as to the course It may. be necessary for
tbem at any day to aaopi. , . ,.
The have recentlv reoeived nreent insirua
tlons fromthelr respective governments to Inform
them with tbe utmost precision ot tbe chances
of the two sections la their present aeaoiy guar
,.i . i., 1 1., u, . .i ,i. i' , ., . . -. .. ilf : ','
It, Is ' leaking' out Jthat the governments in
nnMtloa declare that their commercial inter-
ata are laenunea in m jrrnu uonroo wnu ue
. . . r, l , . j Til. 1. .
South, and that if. tbey are foroed into taking
sides with either, they will bo compelled to
. . ' ...... . i '
nok eareiunv alter oouon ana irea irauo. .
England is disposed to move more cautiously
In this important matter, ano is piaying ner
usual game of urging trance to take tbe chest
nnta out of the fire.. !
The country may not generally be aware tbat
there Is at this moment an agent oi tne rreuon
Emneror traveling in the South, by the name ot
Baroche. He la instructed to say that be is
imnlv collectine information for tbe commercial
bureau, for tbe Minuter ot rupno works; out
It is an artifios. He Is a political more than
a commercial scent, add his dispatones regular
lv forwarded to Paris, will necessarily exeroise
J n . 1 . 1 -1 il. . T? ... l
great mnuenee over toe uuuu oi tun. cuiiiciur.
It IS oeginning to iraumura mm mr. tx-uoocn
correspondent of the London Tmtt, - la not
merely writing letters to that journal, but that
his private communications fbsghef quarters
contain a eood deal ol interesting matter which
he Joes not tDinsvii eitogetner discreet iq
print. " " ' U , '
1 ne i resiaent fbdiiovmu iu usuiuqn
In great haste, and tbey were in session about
one nour, r 'T:fi-n-,r . ,
. Secretary Seward, left Ihe.Whlte House and
proceeded to the euarterB ofjCrti.i Butler, and
M'nr'finrtinir the latter iB. flit WBad one Ot tb
General's Aids iu puHUi( of, "hinj. .Tbe inter
Ip Uatod aome time. . . . ,.r. . , '
It I evident from aeoearance that the Gov
ernment intends .dealing -whh Missouri-In the
lame manner that ft has' with! Maryland. As
evidence ot uus, tae voverDmeni, cas oonciuueu
to take charge of the Hannibal & 'St. Joseph
Railroad, ana employ Jt foe Qoyernment pur
poses.. . , "ir tnt-j
It appears" that the Government unsteadily
oarrylng out Its programme of aotiooi'as tp the
rebel States, r t t 'J r-. .f , t""1;1
It has determined to appoint collectors for tbe
diffurunt Southern cotts. and Is engaged in to
lecting men' of energy to fulfill the important
rnnntinna innfliloft to then.
The duties will be colleoted on board men"-
h.ti.irap mil ha tha onlhton of the ICKSI
, . j " r - L
autborlty bere or elsewhere on me suoieci.,. .,
Ex-Senator C6opr, of Frederick , Mary land,
reports that be wUl have a regiment reaoy to
be mustered Into service on Mopday next. . ' .'
Th.. OnvBrnmeul Das commissionea mr.
nVirU. m r.ko a nortton of 10.000 men, to re
Dort Id 16 days. Till then be holds the rank
Brigadier General; thence as Major, General,
Wa ttmorai). Mav 18. The large br dge
cbDMcting thw.Pistrlot with the Virginia shore
aa,gaatdd last nigh by a larger number
eueevive Uoop. ,tbaa beretoiwe.'- 'An armea
vetei was hi vne vicinity,, . ineee measuri:
were precautionarv. in view ot reoorta 01 a oe-
elgn Wjtjurehejjrldge by the leoesslonists.
[Special Dispatch to the Commercial.]
Gen will eq ta AnnaDoll"4r
morrow, to tOBsolidate tha Alatskchueejtt trOops
Into A division, and then ko to Fortresa Monroe.
Tbeie troops .will give biro; a formidable ooso
It Is probable that Gen. MoClellan will
ter western Virginia, at tbe bead of bis
anil nlhao Marorn tronna. ntmnltaneoual with
and other western troops, simultaneously with
a movement by Gen. Butler on Norfolk at the
A column of regulars will move from Wash
ioffton, attacking Virginia at three or four
There is a spark of Unionism in Eastern
Virginia. Charles Repton publishes en address
to the people of Fail field county, announcing
himself a candidate for Congress In the 17th Dis
trict. Toe National InteUigencet of this morning con
strues Lord John Russell's recent speech in Par
liament as a recocnilion of the right of the
Southern Confederacy to issue letters of marque
and bring prizes into British ports. ,
Proceedings of the Confederate Congress.
Montgomery. Mav 18 Congress passed a
number of bills to-day, organizing Patent Of.
flee; regulating telegraph Hoes; authorizing
issue of $50,000,000 bonds, payable in SO years,
interest Dot exceeding 8 per cent., or in lieu of
bonds an lssne of $30,000,000 treasury notes, in
small sums, without. Interest.
Mr. Cbiltree. of Texas, presented a memorial
irem tne Texas and Missouri tlaiiroaa. Ke
ferred to military committee.
alt. uonrade presented a petition Irom cer
tain New Orleans railroads; also, a bill exempt
ing irom duty cars purcnased Dy tne new Or
leans and Carrol ton Company. Referred to Fi
nance Committee. i ,
A bill passed defining the limits of the port of
New Orleans, which embraces all waters, inlets
and shores on both sides of the Mississippi, with
the parish of Orleans, aud that part of the parish
of Jefferson, on tbe right bank, to tbe upper line
of Destribaus Canal, and left bank to Huntsville.-
. . . ' ,rv
The port of Bayou, St. Johns' Lake port, and
port Ponchartrain are to be abolished, and du
ties collected at flew uneans.
An aot nasned aboliebinir tbe minis at New
Orleans and Dahlogua after the first of June.
Congrers has been invited bv the Alabama &.
Florida R. R. to visit Peneacola. Invitation
declined, but it is understood some ot tbe mem-
oers win go. . li: ,A ,
From St. Louis.
St. Louis, May 18 Tbe State tobacco ware
house was visited yesterday by theU. S. autho
orities, and a considerable quantity of arms end
munitions oi war taken tnerelrom. '
The rifles taken yesterday from tho Central
Metropolitan Police Station belonged to Henry
iy. nari,ioionei oi me uonstitutlonal liuards,
and had been eent to the Polico Station for safe
kseoing. ',. .
The city now environed by a line of mili
tary posts, extending from tbe river below tbe
Arsenal around the Wejteru outskirts of tbe
river again on the North.
Tbe object oftbese posts is to prevent hostile
troops and munitions of war from entering the
city, to protect the publio peaoe, and to give
complete security to every peacetul citizen. .
'The forces composing these enc-tmpments be
long to tbe reel ments under the command of
Colonels Blair, jBoernetcen and Sigcl,
1 wenty seven persons have died of wounds
received in tbe Camp Jackson affair, and eight
In the Walnut street collision.
The Peasaooli correspondent of the Mobile
AdvtrtiBcr says tbat 600 troops from Georcia
and Alabama arrived there on the 13th Instant.
being tbe advance guard of 3,000 ordered to that
point. 1 bey will increase Gcu. Bragg's com
mand to about 10,000 men.
The Democrat learns tbat the encampment at
St. Joseph, nnder command of Jeff. Thompson,
has been removed several miles east of that
point, on the Hannibal & St. Joseph Railroad,
wbcrebat'ncs have been erected, trains stop
ped, and Government stores detainsd. .
Also that Governor Jackson baa removed the
Captain of the company of troops stationed at
tne usage image, on tne rac-nc Kailrosd: for
allowing big men to maltreat a postoflice route
agent, a lew days since.
The uovernor also guarantees lull protection
to all route agents alonir the line of that road.
uen. tiyoo reiuseo to release Juo. Dean aud
tbe other- persons recently arrested at Potosi
and other points on the Iron Mountain R. R..
On their parole of honor, as they r. ere engaged
in overt acts of hostility to the government, and
are liable to toe penalties ot troasoa.
[Special to the Herald.]
Baltimoss, May 17. Tbe Lynchburg Vir
ginia ol tbe 17ta says: "lae remaias of
Washington bawe been conveyed to Lexiogton,
Virginia, and there interred in a suitable mau
soleum." . . , . ... - '- ;
Direct news from .Harper's r err j was received
by this arrival. 11
iNe7 nattertcs naa ocen crectea on ine nuis
It was suDDoeed by the rebel chief the? would
be attacked soon after the close of the week,
and that Geo. Bailer would command the ex
pedition. , , ' '
x csteraay, scouting parties were eent out ana
telegnphio signals agreed on, by which ap
proaching troops were to be made known. . .
ll.nl .man (Mm V pir.nll n.p. hn nnnnrm
it. .l. r li.l i a .u..
V. U I WU. VU . t VU. . ..fc.U.W U . V MWi, WUW. u.
tun reporui mas unj urinj wuiuu .,.. w.
oitie wiu oeuttrB30u uj uuuicruua usuua u
guerillas. 1 .1
ao omcer or troops met arrivea irom uairo,
sajs tbat Geo, Pillow was certiioly seen on the
Kentucky side ol tne river on Saturday.
BrsiNOFiir.D, Mo., May 18. Large Union
meeting to day, addressed by ' Pbelps, Oliver
Dade, recently 01 Texas, novo, ana a. r. ttova.
Resolutions similar to tboee la Polk county were
adopted. - About 3UU men, well mounted, many
with nues.marcbed tbrooch town. All opposed
seceselon as a remedy for any wrong, real or
maejnary, of which complaint is made.
, Tbe military law was dlecacd by some
speakore,and many in the crowd declared they
feeling of tbe people of the county, if the
law nas oeen correctly represeniea, .
nil was quiyi, tun uirsni smuiiuu
paid to the speakers : ' - ..- -1
Afterwards, j. uwcrjS anureeed trie people
for a eborl time in opposition to tho views ad
vanccdbT tne speakers, and rroi. uiaokiy re
plied. ; - . '.(
v,Mmp(iiiies lor oomo protection ana autense
are rormed in this and adjoining counties;
Address Senator Bayard, of Delaware.
PHiLADtLPHiA. 18. Senator pub
liflhce a lent-tbv address to the people of Dela-
warevindioiitios:-bitruclt Irom laise charges
aealfasl him' Hedeelares that bis visit to New
Of leaps wag solely on social and bntlnets pur-
DOSCBa WD ICQ wlla cUDlCulu.tti.cu murej uinu
1- I -1 '.. ...l..l.l.ll A VlM It
tear ftco. without ut tvaticipatioa of the1 exoL-
r. " .vL " J.l LI.
einrr ovnn ra anirn w r a rit's-urr 1 niy iiiirinir inn
Tlstt. He Is particularly severe on the Phila-
s4A1wtIsa haoannrian ani iKa aitnnAPt tlm tn
mob violence. In conclusiou, be eavs, bin
term of office as Senator does not fkpiro till
March, 1H63; but when saliaSed that civil war
cannot be averted, and be finds the puDiic sen
timent of Delaware prefers such a result to
neaceful separation, be will resign. It will re
qalre but a few dajs after the aeeembling of
Uongress tor mm to determine tnis, ana oe can
then act. , ,AV1 .
.to f. r,t
From New York.
' Ngtr Vaac. Maw 18 The PoJlVcticoial dli
patob save the. oegotiatioua for the Vurcbaae
tbe steamstilp Atlantic, lor yjou.uuu, were im
Mediatcly btoken eff. on the Secretary of tbe
Treasury ascertaining that.it Uaa DCeutJi.rca
lot SUUu.uou less to tne-uaiway line. ,f
. Vanderbilt. has tendered bis steamers-at
Drloa to be fixed by tho Government scent.
tbat ia declined, be will giro the Government
the Vanderbilt. J ' ''
; within a fortnight, the Maassehusetts .troopa,
under Gen. Butler, will havo poescssion of
W .lUW-MWBH .Vt
llontiort Navv Yard or destroy
lestroy n. 1
Tne Extttit d BDatca nates mas tne rcDoia
n j .b ... m..s I . U... I .1
when reioulne. the Slght-Bhlp, which was
. j l- .1.-E-J 1. ... u ...... n..
lurneu 117 turn icucrai truops, vj tuiivjdi
afr. whic ,09, rebels coald be seen. - ;ti.
Niw- Orlians, M 17.' Texlfi adrlces
Col. Van Dora succeeded in oausiua the sur-
rendef of tbe remainipg federal troops inTeias.
v Texant were in members douDiiess on me
frontier, taking jidccsssrf ster to. defend
tne estate agaiua uviuu,, j .,uuniiuaii.wi
nri founded rumor that Mootgomety and bis
llilnnltta wpra marehlrjtf lo oamiir tbe tarlA
.1 .1 l.A. ' ' " v ),. .'.a v
aaaaa uuuir uuiuvi ... u
Mlti HIUW waWaamaytsm
en - 1 Ci ncinmati, Mav 18. Kentucky currency
fused by nearly au oar Dancers to-aay.
Philadelphia, May 18. The tug Yankee ar
rived to-day, bavin in tow three schooners load
ed with tobacco. They surrendered to the Har
riet Lane, off Cane Henry.
The officer In charge reports 'that the ship
North Carolina, In ballast, from Havre, and an
other shin, were seized.
SO vessels have been detained by the fleet,
Including 5 tobacco schooners.
Illness of Senator Douglas.
,Chicao9,"M' 18. Senator Douglas has been
very ill with typhoid fever ever since be re
turned to this city, and fears are now entertain
ed by his friends that he will Dot recover.
Senator Douelas is better this afternoon. His
situation, however, is regarded as critical by
Boston, Mav 18. A bill was introduced in
the House to-dav which prohibits any person dl
reotly or Indirectly from buying or holding any
collateral securities of tbe seceded States, un
der the penalty of Imprisonment in the State
prison. The bill was referred to a special com
mittee on tbe Governor's address.
Steamer Detained at Cairo.
I Cairo, May 18.The steamer Fred Lot
enei w'Ub'a large freight of provisions, from
St. Louis, for Paducah, Kentucky, was detained
here for answer from tbe Department at Wash
ington, whether the blockade shall not be made
complete by stopping all supplies of provisions
nominally coosigned to parties in Kentucky.
Arkansas Admitted into the Southern Confederacy.
Montgomery, May 18 Arkansas has been
admitted as one of the Condederate Slates.
Delegates present: R W. Johnson, A. Rust,
A. H. Garland, Wj W. Walkins, and H. F.
Tbomason, , ' ' j-' t ; - ' : ' ; ,
V - .' . (.-'
New Orleans, May 18, Ths steamor Gen'
Miramon bas arrrlved from Havana, tbe 13ib
Tbe United States Consulate refuses to give
clearances to vessels for ports in. the seceded
States ' I- --a .' ' 1 - '
The difficulties between the North and South
are greatly affecting commerce.
The Uoited States District Attorney will
commence proceedings on Monday, against the
prizes brought by tbe Yankee. It is doubted
whether any action can oe taken, other than
causing their detention. '
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN]
NEW YORK, May 18.
F.I.OCR dull iind hf avr for common cradei, tales of
0 ooo bbli at (4 HSSts iu ror luperQae state; (3 li'&s k
for rtra elate, t4 9395 10 for .uperflne we.tem: (5 15
(35 50 common to medium extra weaternt 85 55515 G5
for thipplDi tirande tod extra round noop Oulo; unntni
quiet itl of 800 bbli at 5 10S5 50; rjejiteidy at 3 10
(bvSUJ lor common tochoiee napernne.
WHEAT receipt or 1 It OSS bash; market rales Tery
firm for good louod parcels, with lair export demand;
white miionnderadea doll and heiur: inle.80 000 baita
at SI 21 4125; Mil. clubl 19; chol Chicago spring at
9 1 3D 9 isr. winter red weetern at 1 eu.
RYK quiet at 60S6Ac.
CORN receipts 49 598 bush, market aul.t and firm
sales 30 000 bu.h at 56 57 for old mixed woitem; 53355
for near do Souther yellow; 60 for choice round yellow.
OAT3 steady at 30 33 for western Canadian and
PORK henry and lower sales of30bbls at .17517 5V
for meat; SJ 13 for prima. , ; -
OUT HIS ATS dull and drooping.
LARD unchanged, sales, 350 bbls at 039
BU ITER In fair request at 1215 for Ohio;
CHR?E steady at 4(S9 for common to prim..
WHISKI heayy and droopins, tales 800 bbls at 16.
STOCKB unsettled and dull; money there la great
cue aod call; luans sra done at 34 per eent; aterling
exchanrvoloiesqn'et at 106 for bankers bills; Ob eVK
I 36; M I 1 13; O it Tol S3HI O 0 fc 0 0JX; Pao Mail
GOIC onenlnn: VrleSlK: Uarlem 11V: M. O 44V. Del
and Ilarl4, Canton 8V. M 8 12X, Bar preferred 88
Erie dlitented SOV. N Y O 73K. I O BcrlD 63K. Ql
and Chi SOX, OB ..ft58, Ho 6's 58X Va 40 Ten 43
Treasury Viper et 1M1X, U U'sBI, uoadons oi, ao
regisierta no. , ' i. i. ,
SATURDAY May 17.
F(.OCR-Sm; with tales 70 bbls XX red at 5 99, and
53 bbls double citra at 5 75.
WHEAT steady Bales if X.5W train and X cart rea ai
110. 9 cars white at it 15, 1 oar at 1,85.
uonri quiet at oo .
OATS remain steady at 95.
Tl K1IIU71M UIL.l,.i, ul..nf Khl.. at 13A '
BUTTER remains very dnll ata ranso'of lWBlJac-
uviuiii( ev 14 use wMshsi ,iaeiiMs 1 r .
LARO-ialetof ISOOlns atStfe. " ' -I ; -hi!
CHKK8B tales or 1000 lbs at Sc. !'"
FRUITS-imall talet of pealed peachti at18Xc. '
CINCINNATI, May 17.
The trad Id product ameunta to nothing mora than
the aupport of a regular custom butlneii. -'
Sleurls loaotWe at $t45S4 5ifor auperflne. for
extra the market la more Inn than for the lower graies,
but lb dtmand amounts to but little. The mlllemre
. . . .
mora Msertea aoeat wneah out teiieripu oui iniioon
,,, .nd adhere to 1 1 05 for Bed and 1 10 to
81 15 for WLite, aulog figures
O ATS do net vary from 880., but the market Is, con-
Snl to local eonsamntlon -a .- - - 1 '
BARL BY Is nearly snialeablt, and It dead Weight on
holders' hsnds as SO .'. T"' "' "
RYB stands nominally at 64 c, Jbut In very moderat
request. ':, --, r ,
WUldB.l'-milU ktdt at uxt., but by enort. . .
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN]
PHILADELPHIA, May 18.
1 -wM.- si -nai 77.
while tl 3l SOT Cow-qul tale of 00,000 bush
at esc. wiiisar nauatioio.
.... . . -
aj 0( fa a Will S I KNU tlwt
k .1i.. ATTORNEYS A iAW.1 Ki I "
per "1 a b
WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN
HATINa A ClROOliATIOrt
UBQEB BY mESAI THOUSANDS
Than any otheg'pap', la Ohio, eutald of Cincinnati
AffiKo' YfM itipa fiir AfivprtHillff
UI1U9..1 a uvimivu v . - ,
, , Which CANNOT f AH, to bring
ly and "RemvjnersilTV U
Nncedv and Remunergt'lT) lioiurnt
":'' To thoa who. Uke advantage of ,thm.
TIITC W MKLY STATBHMAW,
DUtributed at Hh throat wvery FoitOiBe In Ohio,
Rciif lieij'i Large Cliiss of Readers
WhoM patrotiai to nlbtklt. MtO WM wom ut
X a -a..
..." eititai . .ti. lAra1s mrJt mm Ant
Pmitefl Numoer of Advertiaementl
I ' ! .
Ml, t t FJ-(, h t
vi Of ALL I
' Atlvertltrni In the WEIRLY BTATElMAH will In
. : tf.-r;:W-.a4taa0s l '
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Whlrtlt iVmait Mrtaln to ktlor- an (xUnilve dlstemls
j'ti'iVv.i .WwWff'of.iAeli1 buitoeatl ',
. r-a-i i n i.n 1 1 11 1 ii 1
ATJtRTIBKMTtB INTENDED W)
rpr. Wrfifiklv Sfaitesmail
- l I t , . , 'It
-a-w ,u..n .,
BhoHMantain eefr Prlday noon
BTksrfc'ciiTTSiotit'K HENaT t. ohiwindm
-1 -J ,t a.-Hiiiit.i.titfai
VTP OHlcet. 229 Broadway Hew Tork 01 ty,
Paasoio' BmLDino, Oolumbut, Ohio, .
JJj'Oartrul attention pain w y aucciunu.
1I.11 II III.
iPllINO ClOHKB'Afin BA8QINEBU
NKW fcilYLKS Ualtt Ac Son, Mo. ft8outh
I let! tTf. I IAB) I UUWIITU AAWJW BM JT immj w V"'
- 1 iivileh - manner.- also. -1 Mapey Plaits
tiac Mlh., very heavy, deslusdpreiily
I wuillllatand Batqauu. .! I
.a., j -
t.1"1 . ,,, ,. .1
TtTlmi fflAHTLB BARAsaEStl IlOtjEl
Whit and Black, just reoeirsd at
BSCOMUENDED BT THH LATI I
SIR ASTLEY COOPER.- !
Or LONDOIf, AUD '
DR. VALENTINE MOTT
( ' Or HI TrtR. -
tht icknoirledf I Head of tb Profulon In fhf
Tha bat Bioretio. Tonto. ktA TnvtmtMnt
Plneet Extract of tbe ITALIAN JTJNIPEB
BBBB7. The rarest and Most Coatlv Gin Kt.
INDISPENSABLE TO FEMALES,
INVALUABLt IU I nh SICK.
. INCOMPARABLE FOR THE AGED,
THE SAFEST AND MOST ' ':
DELICIOUS BEVERAGE IN THE WORLD.
For Bale. Pints nd Onarta. h ann
Dmgglst, Grocer, or Country Merchant.
LOOK OUT FOB BOGUS
O N D O N Q I N S.
. THE ONLY GENUINE AfiTIOI.n m
CHARLES' L0N00N CORDIAL BIN.
B. BALDWIN & CO.,
Importers, 91 Liberty St., .
1 - . i
Bold In Oolamhas bj I
HcKBB fc EB8TIKADI, ,
Wholenle and Retail Groeen, BMtesman Building.
C. A. WAGNER.und others. .
In Cincinnati, by 8DIRK, KOKBTBIH t CO
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
rTIann facta rcrs of all kinds ef Por
table and Mtattonary steam s-;n-(laea,
taw ill 1 11. Uritt nulla,
itc, Sec. -: 1
LASS, BODLEYBtattnl B. dt t. BLAND YBeaUnX
J. AJ. B. DVTALL Beaten til COLV1IBVS
MAORIS CO. Beaten till BRADFORD
'.- OO. Beat! III! ,' ;
Oar Portable Begins and Saw Kill , .
Wat awarded the first premium of 150 at the Indiana
Stat lair for 1-C0 over lane at Bodlej'i .on account of
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of iuel
and superior character of lumber eawed
Our (Stationary Engine was awarded at the tame Fair
Die flrt nremiiim of a-UO.
Our PorUble Knglne was awarded the first premium of
(100 at tbe Fair at Memphis, Tenn., over Blandy's Du-
Talllt, Oolumbuiaiaolilneoo't., and Bradrora et vo l,,
by a committee of practical Railroad Engineers. 1
wot price ana terms saaress 1
WILLARD WARNER, Treasurer,
decfi-dfcwlytoU. , . j Newark, Oliio,
GRE AT CUKE .
i DR LEL AND'S
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
-1 - ?
Eheumatism, Goat and Neuralgia,
AND- A BURE CUIUt 10 R '
All Mercurial Diseases.
It It a conveniently arranged Band, containing a med
icated compound, to be worn around the Waist, without
Injury to th most delicate persons; no chanre In habits
of living it required, and It entirely removes the dls
east) from the svstem. without producing th lnjarlout
effectl arising from the ns of powerful internal medl
sine, wnicn wtaaen ana aesiroy in coneuiuuon, anu
tire temporary relief only. By this treatment, the toed
rtnal properties contained In the Band come In contact
with Ihe blood and reach th disease, throuth the pore
of th skin, effecting in story Instance a perfect cure,
and restoring th parts afflicted t Seal hy coidltion.
This Band is alio a mostpowerful Airrv MsaooauL enent.
and will entirely relieve the system Irom Uie pgrnwtaut
effects of Merenry.- Moderate ease ar ourwi inarew
davs. and we are oonstantly receiving testimonials of it
efficacy In areravated cases of long standing. I
faics to oe naa 01 vrugiiisis generally, ar m
b sent by malt or express, with full direoilon for .
anw . nr ma MUnm. nmi imn inn f rinciumi
to any part of th country, direct from the Principal
Office, , t I " .-.,
1 ' Ho. 409 BROADWAY. HtW YOrK..
O. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors.
N. B. Descriptive Circulars gent free.
JO Agents Wanted Everywhere.
For all -THROAT and
COtOHi and every
Complaint tlie forerun
ner of, and even actual
CONSUMPTION. ; j '
The ftrrut NEUKAI
OIO KKITIKDV and. Nat
ural OPIATE, adnpted
to srery specie of Ner
' -i I ;-.. 1
Tone Complaint, Ner
r o 11 and Clironle
attna. Catarrttt Tootn
7V.. i.h. I ... .1
.1 orf t;i f m!
AH 0 DIME,
. o.ii r. 1 ;. 1
No real ins tie can- be done th abov preparation!
hntbvnroeunneand readins descriptive pampblets.1
be found with an aeaiera, or wiu oe sent uy rfonciui
on deeaand, Formulas ana 1 rtai tfoiuet teni, 10 rnyti
clans, who will find developments In Doth worthy their
eenunoa and approval. .... .':'' M
CarraiDondence tollolted from all whoiS tteeestlties
nrioaliv nrnmDta to a trial of the above rellable Reoae
SJew. ".." 5 'i . .
Pr tale Inruis, asl Wholesale anil msn ooaipt :
everywnere, . ; - r t, rf
jronin t.' ntiNrVEirciili, Prbprleto a
k -f cHMrBT and paAAaAOBrmeTrv I ;''
Ho. 9 Commercial STiarf, Boston, Hats.
Roberta ft Samuel. M. Bi MtrpI. J. R. Cook, J. H
Denis, O. Denis; ft Hons, A. J. Bcbueller ft Bon, Aienu
mr uotuinnat, vmo. 1 ,) n til "':'" s
. S A
for th INSTANT RBLIIf
O t and PBRM ANENT QTJRB ot tb
s distressing oompUlot
iricikArs otf s i
Baltimore Clothing House.
r..i I 1 t
'ill - , !.,.. .
r ' -T
m BtALiatt m -
m . .rrii-rini, inn wramtasau
., - . v Prlo tl per bos; sent free.by pott. , ..-..
to ui .fVTv U 0 0 1 .
W"J" , r r ,!
' . (aarwaM WkSkTi !.A;wwAal,)i
. . l . m,
. - tT -I' ll . A ! - 1
i Urge' aUsortBMnt Aj.)lshej
! - 1 'tJob4i ConsUnUy ot HaaJ
lD'ini AMERtfjlAltAiiH C0MPANT, ef Walt.
the- followloe; emphatl reconuaendatlon pf, Waljhaii
Watetias, wf tn uuusf practical watenmakert and Jew
eiers thronghont th United Hates. ' TO efttl1 lltj ot
. . . . . , . . .. ,. . tt. ., 1
aiKnaiuin if it vv 1119 iur puvijcauon m onp
advertise menti bpi to names preieniea win M re cos-
nlsed by those scqUalatei vltb 1b Trade at, being lu"lh
hlahest desree retpectabie and1 and fnfleanUel..: At abcit
BitablUhmenttmay alway'l be found the1 tenulne Watch
et of the Oompany't manufaeture, In reat rariety . 1
Signature from jnany pltie anj joVni SJi fh 1 V ' 1
resented In thi list wrl jppejt In fararradrer !
m'nt- -.'i..-:i '
The underlined .practical Walchlnakersand dealers In
Watches, haying bought and sold American Watcbet U r
, number tf eart rtsf, and having dealt in all klodao f
foreign Watohet for a maoh looker perlo of imj.Deti
state that they hay never dealt. In Watcbet yiiVdii's a
olasti or in iodiv Idnsl Instances, hav teea . mora salli-
' i . , u . e .
factory to themselves or euitomers, whether In respect'of
durability, beauty of fiaieh, mathematically eosfsc fti
poitlons, accural compensation aqJ adjustment, 1 or "0
lint time keeping result), than thoje ttanufaotoied by
J .j. ti I i
the Waltham Company.
1 ORBGOR ft CO., .;, 1, H wuJ'nJb tTl
1 r5. &C
N. B. OttlTTENDES, ,
W. BLYNN, . , : ,
Cleveland. ph'lo j'
, Zsnesvllle, 1"
: ' -ui. I'.if
JAMES J ROSS. . ,..
H. JEciKINa fc 13IJ.,
BEQOS SMITH. ' : ' '
DDBMK at CO., "
O OdCAMP, :r
O PtATT. ' I-
1 if r
KING it BROTIIKR.; "
J. T. ItE. M. EDWARDS ;
JOHN II. MORSE,
Peoria, : , .
"r j v
, Qolncy, ' V-W.es
11 ... . Tl? 11
Cberry Srava -y
Vneporttoj '. ..-
PerV : iju.j.u t-"
W. II. RIOHMONO,
II . D. KAY8 . f.j ti.
A. B. GILLKTT,
s. d. lilleston;
J. B. OURRA.N,
J. W. BHOWN,. , ,.
B. B. TOBIN,
BASSE t IICLMaN,
A. P. BOY N TON,
WM. M. MAYO, , .
A. W. FORD.
N. IIAIOHT, r
H. D. ROSENBERG,
Byrtcwse?'- lt?f J
.Newburgh, .1 " j
O. A. BURR fc OO.
E. B. BTTENHEIMER ex MM
WM. 8. TAYLOR, .
w. w. Hannah,
II. R. 4c II. O. CARPENTER,
HOSKINS fc EYAN8,
JOUNn. iybs.HO ?-"airport;-r5
WILLIAM3 ft CO., CtnanaalgAr
J. N. BENSET, ' " '"' .- .TTT I
A. 8. STORMS. Ponghieepal, 'V
WM. S. MORGAN
A. CLARK. .
Saratoga, r 1 rj t
Albany, .1 all
BLOOD ft PUTMAN. '
JOHN J. JENKINS
W. II. WILLIAMS,
Oalsklll, v .
L. O. DUNNING. ' X ' !
CHA3. rl. WILLARD,
W. P. BINUHtM ft CO.'. :.
CDA9. O. FRENCH.
J. NcLANE, ;
C. A. DICEENSEN.
O. II. DASCOMfc CO.,
J. M. STANSII. , , .
TI1KJ. V. PI0KERINO, ,
GEO, DOTY. '
M.8 SMITH -.. .'
A. B. VAN COTT. .,
JOHN ELKIN9, ' ' . : ' '
Iforrlstown,' " -
'' ; 'lilD-AiJi
, Allentown, "
' Westchester, '
H.N. SHERMAN, ,. ,
8. O.BPAULDINO, 01 ' ' '
W. A. GILES, - ' f ! ..
BSM'L BROWN, Jr., , , ,
W. T. KOPLIN. , .4
OEO. W. STEIN, ' " "
GEO. B. TITOS, ,' . ,
IIECB.MAN ft YOHE,
GEO. STEIN,- ' r.
E. J. LASCKLLE,
ii, r :
1AChesteri . n -JH
GEO. W. McCALLa,
FRANCIS O. I'OLACK,
F. P-HSLIKB, v-,
E. AnGHINBAUOn,. :r
8. T. HOF'MAN,
O. T. KOB8KT8, , , .
J. O. D0LON,
P.M. St. OLAIil, ',
It. ft A. PETERSOH,
, " ChamUsrsbarg,'' '
' : Msuch Chunk.
IntBanai " -'
"' ' PatersoBj I 5
w . x.
SOOIl F. BILLS.
HSMRY H. JaMLK,
". t .
' BordentoWn,- '
. ' Trenton. ''T
' ' Cnmberlaod, 'Md
nugnU Ac HRANNfTlr.
THOS. GOWDBY. f. J
5, . 1WU.IIIS. -r. j
. W..1..111. . ... .
A. W. PYLB,
j. ft a Gardner
J T. 8COTT ft CO.. i' - C"
T. B. BCMPHRBYS, .1 1
B. A. V.OGLE rl.
F. W. LEINuKCK,
J. W. JIONTOOMERY,
BENJ E. COOK,
- ;i Wheeling.
m 1 111 iiiia. '
BIXtErl I HASKISS, , tl ;
AlBKRT PITTS, ' "
KLLI3 aiVVORv, - -
F, W. MACOMBER,, ,
J.J BUKN8, 1 v. J 1
T. M.LAMB, 1 t. - -j. A .
ASOBBW WARRlM- ' 1 Vajlhtt, j
C. w. roflti, -
AMOS BAN BORN, - W
1 4 iyaa,ti, ,u,m
W. M. BOOT.- . ). -fJ
JOI1NB.BC0II,-, , , ....
N.MOODY. .. i.
B . Oreenwioh.
WM. KIKKHAM, Jr..
Xj. D. ANTUONY ft CO ' '
PELS9 AhNOIiD,' -- . ,,
THOMAS 8TKKLK ft CO., ,
WM. ROOKRS ft SON.
O.J. alUNSON, . , ' new nav,
E. BENJAMIN, - 1 '"AOOO...-..U
J. B. KIRBY, .'Mii.-.fti
OEO ft SB BROWN. . N "
E. 8. HUN1INQTOS ft Ct7., DlnWirf.-
B. A. WOODFORD, ""'"
tt n. nii.i. . . MitlillAtoemi -i
John l. HMrtTr;'''"'-'': . B..,,f
JOHaOBDON, 7;.: I'-VWeelendoBB
1.. r HAvnyRtOS.
N. O. CARR,
GEO. W.UIlaVaT'UdhAJsT "
J. MIAHIir Y ,..;i.,nrar,..,
W. ft. O. WOODBCiY.V , Ct Claremont7
EErJBBN BPENOaft, " 7f
WM. B MORRILL, . J Z ."Tr- ET.trif.jis
NII1HAKI1 II vn. litconia.
JONATHAN HOSMER, pJ Nashua,
n. yy. uoouarvuuv er (1 , ,
riRAri. R. BACOff'i'' 1 yJ BoveS-.-1
I P. Mf HARDt80,! m c;l bootBa.eswif,
TWOMBbY ft SMITH, faoo.
M03KD M. BW AN, .
I J. A MBRRIIL
r.T3 W Hi'postuaAlVTii
JAMBS EHBRYm t - ; Off SJS "lcltPort
IIBNRY H.HaMr" -hiKStiSMetsa,
ROBERT Hi BODflR, nitsoii irey ,u H
HKNKY McRENNBY, '-- AnhariuTBi
J. T. HOWLAhD,
TOMPKINS ft MOBRIBy
Oa 0. mLLUMB.-rTJeVa -O.
B. ft O I. R0aIRS,,- -0rdfrrr,
D. E. LTJOitr-T
D. G. MALL. , .. .,ltwittn.
BRIN8MAID seniLDRBTrl ' 'Brnn
, ';,.- 1. a
O. IL. UAKDinn,
A. A. MBAT), " snua
J. O. HATBS: dill rlrUtfitlt.!
J H. MURDOOK, Woodstook,. I
ROB SHI WlLKlRi Toronto . 10. W.
fjADTtoa.-Xf aur WaU.1i Is new lassaatwlyiooanur
felitj WfoMldrfliiaSVOifjaye hav to Inl
I, labile Vial aowatrh 1 tf IedoU
number tile WB1 and ilgotd toouffreafcorer,
S, Robblna.ox hyiatl'rJtccsior'lppltoa.i;racy
C:iniiiJitl xiniiTisD "X
,-At the. watches, at rur tai py jtweier.
Taw J-M sffa
do hotsolfcit ordsrt for slngls witehetctdai
1..1 -t -.
, . k
I. It. e. w. ta. a. 'w
An zprienced Nurse and lemal nvsteuua. Dasnt
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
which neatly faeilluuaa eha nraeeH of uethlnr. b anrt.
nuis me gums, reaaclne all I
e rams, redaeine all Inll.mm.llnn will allft
nn lUUUUULlTE THE UOWEL1.
1 1) mlii mi ui.n.,
Depend npon it. mothers. It will elve na tA wrarSMlMti
BELIEF ;ABD H2ALT5 ft) -TOPI tBTUn$.
Lebre:ptap and sold ibis atotktfcr over n ymi
andOAN SAY, IN OONyiDENCHivMD TRUTH, of III
what wwviav Drve Bee able to tavX anv tbr aiedl-
ne NEVER HAS IT FAILED.' IS A B1NULB InhT.
ANCB, TO EFFECT A CURB, when timely seed. Key
er did we knew aa 4ustaeuif4lmelailon by aay eu
who used it. On th contrary, all an delighted with It
oprUoM, end: speak lav tereas W asinisilles at It
magical effects and medical flues f W spMk-tn-rhls
matter "WHAT WE DO KNOW;" after ten years' expe
rience AND-PL! D6B OHttVRBPCf ATlOS fOR IBB
PULILLMENT OP WBAT WB HERB DBOLAKB. In
almost every tottane wy' Sae witawt KseuTuieug trees
pain ana exnaasuon, relief will b found la Bitten er
twenty minutes after UMSy pwp t administered.
Thia valuable preparation It the prescription of onepf
IS matt EXPSfilkNUKDar SSaLLSOl, Mr7rttHlii
New England, and hat been used With NEVER VAIIr
lU BuUCEoS in . , .
vuovnann or cases.
. - W V l, IJ ,,w UW Villi, IIUW pMB, M. H,IW1
tes the stoioacl and bawnis. oorrsete acidRX said civet
tone and enerer to thewhdle'tvttevr. It wttl alaeat ini
6BIP.R0 1ST TEX BOWELS, AID WIND COU0
and overcome rfcnvniston, wnieBC tf not rneedfly ye
oiea, ena in oeain. we neitere It tne BIST and BUB
EST RRMBDY IH THB WORI.D, In all ease ofDYf
ENTEKY and DIARRHEA IN CHILDREM, whethei
It arise from teething, r ftom any other cants. Wa
would aay to every mother who hue child sufferlos from
any of thforegaisrmplsints DO NOT LET YOtIB
PREJUDICES NOR THB PRBJDDIOESOf OtHBEA
tttnd-kesween you and your suffering child, and tin re
lief that wilt be SUHkryeu AteOLCtBLT tTBB to
follow the use of this medicine, if timely used, tail dt-
rectionsror utin wilt, aceocpariy rB bottle. Hon
genuine unites the fac simile or ttFRTIS ft PBBKINS,
New York, la on tbe outside wrapper.
noia Dy an vruggua uiiougueiM-u weelfiaAi.t ?
?! iclpal Office, 13 fJedar Street N.T.
PRICE ONLY 25 J,CENT8 PER BOTTLE.
octS7-dftwly. , . ,S3BTY?.H
STOOD THE TEST OF.yflARS,
ind S-ofsra rneye and sisilsi
AndrileiUmonUts. ESWi ajneT slstostfwUbdul number
might he given from ladies and gentlemen losll grade,
td leeastrr whew Baited sesiissopy none emld resist.
that P101. wood s liair itestorafive win restore tne oaia
aod gray, and preserve the hilr of theyoatb-w eeAage,
In all Ha youthful t)utyw34,e..x!4 t!w
'"'V-1 Battle Crr,Mie..D AlaVisKa.
fPitor! Wood- thee wilt plrs -eM lie tsntnn
thee that the hair on aay bead all fell off over twenty
yean ago. -ranted by aeHliaJd hmla distas. at
lepded with an erupt Loo en, th- beady .A-oatlpual
Otfurtoof tufferitg through lllb hartug; rfraredpeto a
atat of dependence, I have not been able to obtain ttaff
for caps, neither have ) keen able t dowjenfaw. ftseon'
seauenre of which my head has suffered eitremely rrota
celd.'. Thit tndoetd M ta-pay PrrggSdi Bodge almost
the last cent I had on eartn ror a two dollar bottle or tay
Hair Restorative, (boat the-flrat ef Awgust lst. I hat
faithfully fallowed the direetlons,tnd the bald apet I now
cove red. with half ;thJek aod blarA, thoaabahert. It I
alsp coming in an over my oeaor reeling" conntiens
that aoethey large Botlle wiuld. restore Mentirely
and permanently, r feW-wawionrSoiyitsrer In It use.
and-beiog destitute of, means to purchsse any more, I
would a tare If Bjee wtaildst Btte wUIIog tct-teedsM
an erder thlnearor a bouks, snAteaelveta thy
self .th scripture declsratlon "the reward le to those
that arekied to tut w4avsr and Oi feter1es."n
Thy frlaad . KUBaNNAB KIRBY.
hjeoDler, Noble Cvunay. Indiana, feb. fith, IBM,
rirby. O. . Won! 'Deaf W-ln Jba latter part of
theiear 1P52, whiter attrndlng ths Slat and National
Uwacnootof'theetattuea He York, say baWf ruts a
otn-tnrrsotr t sms ensteaeacad faluag S vary rap
Idly, to that tb th akftt pae S staaeenh, tbe whole
upper part 1 f my scalp was tlatett eaOlrely aetwft f It
eoverlns, and much -4-hs remalntuf portion upon the
side aai baoi part of ny hssri saortly afier became fray,
aft that you will not be tarpraed when I atU 70a that up
n say return ta th 8 late of Iodiana, my mor casual
Kiuauitancet were not so much It r. lost te dteoerer the
saute of the change In my appesrance, ar wry men Inti
mate acquaintances were to' recognise re at tttr- -
I at onct made application to the most (kiHfMphytl
elans in th ennotry, bat, lyrewMat M assurmno from
then that my burr wowld ata'a be tattered, I sra foroed
to become reconciled to my fate, until, fortunately, la
the latter part of the year 1837. your Restorative was re-
rxiufnandtd tm by adrnfrfiiVet feting tnawat relta
le7iIeU'RetiaraUj()la on. tried me be tt k), aud
to my great, auii'acuon uiat It way produciog In
deSeai. 8'ino Out tl me. I hare used seven dol
lars' worth of vour Restorative, and at result; -turn a
rich coal ef very soft bites, .halr.i which a taaoty eaa
buy. o-r-j -Aj ;
A a mark of my gratlrhae foVyonr labor and skill la
th preduetloa et to wonderful an artkls, I hav reeoat-
mended Hi use to many or my Iftendt and aeuualotaneee,
who, I am happy to Inform you, ar otinglt with Ilk
Oect.. Very rtsprotfally, jtars, j j- t . y
Attorney and Oomneltor at law.
Deoot. 441 BnAirwiy.'atid to'id by all dealers thransh-
leutthe woaldj-rr ,-r ttr .. .,' -5 0,
1 ns ttesioratire is put up in ooui's ot inre sites, via;
lare. medium, and seaalli the small hold K a pint, and
retail tor n dolmr per bMIrtknwdium holds at
least twenty per cent, mor In popor.U3o than the small,
and retail for two dollars a boftlel ta Urge holds a
quart, 40 per eent. mere In proportion, and retails for S3
9 J, W0Q9 ftAO Brtotleley, t Broadway, (law
York, and 114 Market Street, St Louis, Mo.
And sold by dluBE RT8 ft BAnUBIuOoiumaaf, Ohio.
and by tat good Dfruggtitt and Fancy Gools Driers.
: .... j r.'
a. Adtwat e 11 y yAViMy
1.. AH VZ AAI
Is rjrett1yhat Its name mdlcat, ton while
Measant M tnetasU, It It revtvlfti ,Tbl la rat-
ing, lnvlgorattoBoatnniaejutet4 u viiaii
lpowert,aad. at, tb tame time revtvlftet. tela
ttatea, and renews sue ioow nuia punry ana
thn. at nrice rtttore eaKiMK ttarasAe tettsm
ruinsra V fb aMois o!ias. Ictataeenly
preparation ever offered- tbe woiM.'watneai-
-ally aen iTjrnuiiy eomwnea aa at n moti
n werfirl rtntx and at rhOaame tlmai)trftly
Miapreil TO, S. VlyCT'llGwni.ira. wiu, Ull
of natuie. and hence will tooth fAt weaAstf'U
UtomacJi, and tone- dp the dlgeettew eUs, and fj
RhusallayallderseSls and otbsr fribUiay It
per ectly exhllaiwetag, and at the tame Urn It It;,.
composed euuraipei vegeiaoiet, yet sostnMueo,r
iu to ptoduoc we-teatt taorouyn tontocneot, wiin-i
out pri-duciniyaejLlt)orlo'n eontequeaee Such L
1 secaeay ns lung wen leu w oe a aetiaeraium id
j.LTi n A naarlanainaiitnlAkiil tnir
- .1 A....klll rnllftWAAlSAtM
-jprdseodt aad tadeed. t yftm open to th. U
tlloiidioutattackL.sI.niany of Qie moat fatal, inch, m
0 f .r example, as tlie following: Oontumutioo, In
l.liirMltnn. Ovine nsia. Um of ASwrtrte. Vaintnett.
I f ,r example, as tbt 10110
Nervoua IrrltabllityjNeurslgia ParpHatroa-sir the
Cj Heart, Melan6Ko,RrghtTrwart. fcag.or, lidiU-
5? oy Jletentlon, Ql, at well aj-a)nwir sromcteo
)4coruie. ortdrrt'etnt MewVlraai'ae4 fall
1 uf the Womt) ThessalderVidv8art
l-M Thla' rr. bealtlryv4strV' awrrilai aw
Vslel,Reayaior Ji attar to ewe- etkan to
llrlM wdjtl.-; ihrT1imlse4W Bat
hit Itnof alii
e sj sum It weakened, we srsi
tpea tMlii)uVttrlis, tbe liter bereme torpid,
rAA;.aleS.U kidrrrtre' re fete to.risnorm
.Jihelr fane lions, ana we are irouoie wi;n icaioing
Rtnd lnoontlnene or anMrtrt'iMUttaryis
i.-hjrce of the samCpaio la the back, tide and kt-
visweaiiiiim iivrJcl. uiuiii ,imui w ..iiui
ya'grTe.'-at-pae tlttttl4wt IvameraUl 1
UUienupyJIls to which w art liable fa a eeaaeaedlV
. l.JGtirilisl and blood Renovator yoa hive neet.lkJ
nsM4'MIwVIM.Jr uuiioBce, no -lmssota
latwaj-iUf ex .Complilif", Chills and
k. ,u.iu.dk. cn.Tifvenrss.'aeidiivl
ot the Stomach, voutoett,taWi, fclplut- h.
Jllonof thelletrt. re sslorf -p1i4Aorse.;rf
rurruteiit T"5 .m 'J Tu .Jli. .
iii,-a,.du.(-le,caiir feaial weakneaa. aod rl
iiumerared abave ti lite tay lb travelerU
to enidrmlol thines of ellatataand wnH
UtjmM Spd,ii tvjileaisnt, tan wild twiw fttedyJ
iry it forwe atuBVUU you "iirunniu 11 a
ml aieed.lAi) i-on efl
a wall a4'cure.rntthoeNitttotto ibeyarel
taruaf t Jl fruy y'Ortriwm.sed ntdlek whtfareael)
uHiistomca to mucn mi-iwiw-.H-ci, win mmm 111
tUir aavutairto kep a bottle eoubutly al
h.iul: end. s v alK wmbr, er tbes beeomlnil
suck, ljl ') ihrovislt tha most Baiwrea penl
out sole will tit ,
ecu l iitnl esreogth, baij
w(e aoi free frr-m tbl theutaad allsseai ee prer
alentog it-e le'ipale pe'on or Ui world
ihort, U Is Indeed I moUwrs eoreiai.
and 1 oane: no tr.ir.-r rm (bs ilik or delay: It will
..lUvcandnrovw ltf emwltstlrail . Jtetttrm
iLa Oinii.il nnif .-iW(4-crUoriI
. 0..,W(lfil) : fr.:jtr -sttnauway, newi
Vn,I. ait.1 144 V . -v t KlreM.wt. Ml, Ms., aaSI
Isold by ROBe-TS ft SAMtiAat'Otmb.0klJ
fand all good" .wrugg-lsafe 4riw s)m Dollar
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