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WEDNESDAY MORNING.'MAY 38,
LOCAL MATTERS.
W Adams Express Company places us dully
(J ' qwEKom t it fo"b ! latest papers
I torn the eastern cities.
, r.-.... Una Ail
American
tbaX .TOaUy-favor. ia the sUape of the
very latest eastern pay""'
r..Mr. Tolls. The following is a compara.
tlve statement of the tolls on the Publio Works
b?TAr during tle two quarters ortbeusoai
A- BndlbS Mav 16,1860 and 1861. The m
nreasa In favor ci tho current year Is $16,787,.
61 : but it Is to bo remembered that on the 7th
of Aprllj I860, thtfgreat flood oceurrea, oy wnicn
such damage was done to the Ohld Canal and
the Muskingum Improvement, as to obstruct
navigation on both from that time until alter
the 15th of May of that year:
LOCAL MATTERS. STATEMENT
Of Tolls &c., received on the Ohio Canals for two
quarters ending May 15, 1860 and 1861.
OHIO CANAL.
1880,
1801
Cleveland.
Akron..
MasHllon ...
Borer.. ...
Rocoe.. .......
D widen-. .......
Newark
Carroll. ........
Oolumbut
Olrelevlll .....
Ohlllleoth
Waverly
Portimouth
93 m 80
. ,5'.9 4
1,1177 52
904 Oil
4tW 39
1,181 80
CiS 70
8H8 OS
1,215 SO
S 040 43
3,652 68
9,644 SS
4,459 84
4,572 84
1,789 97
1,183 83
1.001 44
853 83
1.480 (10
3.1H0 88
1,837 41
1,714 68
4,000 56
8,83 1 65
3 077 04
B'.(0,o04 90 t.1,110 71
of
MIAMI AND ERIE CANAL.
I860 1B6I.
....111,050 38 ' $18,880 6
Cincinnati.
Hamilton......
Mlddletown
TJayton. v
Plqua
8t Mary'
Delpho
Defiance
Mauine '
Toledo
Junction
. , il.MV 41
8.697 01
3 85B 84
5 935 1)7
8,858 61
334 22
1.480 94
2 033 10
'.. 3,435 94
1.518 43
4 850 35
4.016 (17
8.41 8li
3,185 04
1,573 13
4.148 93
5,843 15
4 873 18
' (41,414 13 9(5,771 95
to
MUSKINGUM IMPROVEMENT.
. ' v . ' , . 1800 : '
. 1801.
Dren7..,..-.....;............'163
Zaneivlll
McOonnslUvlll J 23
llarmar- 8.40054
$ (83 50
6,031 S3
1 631 46
8.822 50
$ 7,607 78
ot
HOCKING CANAL.
, , , 1P0O.
1801.
Oirrotl
Logftn.....?..
t 610 61
., 4,194 43
$ 880 65
5.137 01 1
$0,033 60
$4,814(13
WALHONDING CANAL.
, , , . . lmo.
Boicqsi ' 479 32
1801.
. - 1
cju 43
17:
.
RECAPITULATION.
1800.
Ohio Canal....'.. $20 604 00
Miami and Erie Oinal 41 414 19
1861.
$31,1)0 71
45,7m m i
Moiktogutn ImproTement.
7 053 57
4,814 03
!! in
liocKinguui....i
WAlhoodiDg Canl.
. 470 34
$74,425 04
OjO 43 1
1
5HJ? S
IncrtMS In 1861 orer 1800
$16,787 01 1
Council, Proceedings. At a full meeting of
the City Council oa Monday evening last, Mr.
Stacking presented a petition from owners of
real estate oa the south side of Mound street I
between Fifth and S eventh streets, praying for
f. n,in.nPA fnr- nvlri thA
.u'. u a .! t.h. L
gmtem, .eu.uK
pavement on the said south side of Mound street
between the aforesaid streets; and also, for tbe
r . r- in .,. , in ir
...tn. - .,ia!n lt. aaIj mnih side ol I
' o .
Mound street. The petition was referred to the I
Fifth Ward Committee. "
Themlnting bill of Messrs. Glenn & Thrall,
..!.,.. .At,l 117 ... n,d.,.d in h naid.
uiuun,uu(, . -., r I
Mr. Stadrinq offered a resolution, which was I
dnnid. directinff the Citv Civil Engineer tol
prepare the necessary plat and estimate for
grading and paving the sidewalks and gutters
on the sooth-side of Mound street between
Fifth and Seventh streets.
ti Tn,.B rrn..taarn for services
; A M Q V 1 11 ' ' v. " - ' " -
ae- Superintendent of the Chain-gang, amount-!
ing to $197 13, was referred to the Police Com
mittee.' '' 1 ''
Mr, Wilson offered a resolution in regard to
an Ordinance to provide for the proper employ-
.rr...t.. .n.!n.t hnm tha Citv mav
l . , j. .' o m, ...
nave gemanas p -
referred to Mr. Wilson with instructions to re
port some plan by.whlch thp object of the reso-
lution could be carried out.
r- . V,; A;: , ; . ." .1
adopted, directing tne vuy iiv iugmcui
prepare the necessary plat and estimate for re.
TF.dlnir and navlns the sidewalks and gutters
.n,, .M nf Hlrrh street from Long
street to Elm" alley.. .
Tbe Council then adjourned.
i
-r
-Arrival o Troops. The following seven
additional Companies, belonging to the Twenty
second Regiment, and reported' for the three
years' service, arrived at Camp Jackson, on
Monday evening and yesterday morning
Men.
Oompany B. Captain Guthrie, Athena Co...
do. O. do. RoUnaon, RoasCo...
.do.,. D. do. , Appier, Bcloto Co...
dor . F. do; Johneon. Fayette Co.
do. O. do, Tarley, Bcloto Co.....
do. II. do. Pickett, Athena Co.. ..
do. K.i -do. Payne, Highland Co..
...108
...112
,...113
90
,...100
.00
.1031
-
c
Total,
" I
" - -. ,
The other throe Companies belonging to the
Twenty-seoond Regiment, and which have been
In Camp for some time past, are .
Company A. OapUIn ainmors. , Rois co.
do. I.' il: mmiA, do:
. . ; . . ..',.. o.i j
l-his regiment pas not ,e, -eieotc. . ,.-
swuora. . , . . . . .. .. . ..
I
I
I
i
. , TT . .u.
. TheGrand Joar.-The Grand Jury,, at the
gresent term of the Court of Common Pleat for
thta ehnntB. Is eomoOBed of the following- Ken
tl.m.n,-M. Lath-on. Foreman. Jacob Ulery,
. - - .
aj. w . xaroee, avaviu n.ugers, juocjju vui.u,
- ' ' . . ' n mil '. -n
D. W. Dryden, I,. h.. iieyi, ueo. vvtison, r
Herlocker, G. .W. Evans," John Mathews, John
Coons Thomas Hamilton, Levi Baldwin and.L
Dagne. M '"'' " -
I
I
I
I
a5r-Tbo tp?r n crp fack80D
win yruuauiy no removau m iow uj .
Camp V the State Stone Quarry grounds.
There, they will be,"fnfther removed from the
temptations of the elty,' and have more and
better room for drill and parade,- v 1
i
BTThere are now In Camp Jackson twenty-
seven Companies, and an aggregate of 9,514
Tliere are two ReglnienU, the Sixteenth
In Can,n Tkn NivtAAnth An! Iltttf nlMM I ,
,u .u,r, u..v-.- -"-j vuotbu
fulIoffioers: ;r,-"":'', i '-'' ' '
aidi
.
Dress Goods,
We invite attentloa to
advertisement oi Mesarg'. Headlet St. Esirlt,
in another column. Their establishment, at No.
2G2 Booth' High streot, Is the plao'eto find choice
dry goods of every kind and description, and at
fair priori.
1 -I lr. . : I,
the!
! f apsiCtJTINO AtTOIEET.T-Wst'," Wi' Hb
Eiq., bai been ippointed by the Court of Com-
nea Pleai . Proseoating' Attornoj , ',rt tern , to
attedd to the duties of tbat effi 00 In the
of Capt. Reamit,
'
aosencei
Fiti in the Fifth Ward. A fire occurred
last night, about half past nine o'clock, In an
nnoccnpled frame building in the Fifth Ward
near Hoster's Brewery. The tenement was
burnt down. . '" ,
Thc Cheap and Ponoint Ltaooa. Holland
Qln coats, in Holland, abont 40 cents per gal
Ion; while Charles' London Cordial Gin can.
not be manufactured in London for leas than
one dollar per gallon. , The difference" arises
from the superiority of the materials used for
the latter; and the greater oare bestowed on its
purification. For sale by all druggists and gro
cers. ' ' : ' ' : " ' i ' " ' '.
ID W. R. Kent will sell at auction to-day,
Wednesday, May 22i, at 10 o'oloct, A." M.c, at
No. 11 East State Street, a large consignment
of furniture and orockery, a large lot of kitchen
ware, and one splendid sewing machine. Sale
positive.
TELEGRAPHIC!
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
Special Dispatches to the New York Press.
[Special to the Herald.]
Washington, Mav 20. There was a fieht at
sewairs roint, between two u. a. vessels and
the rebel batteries; it being the eighth and last
work now in the rebels' hands, defending the
approacnes to Norfolk, and Is regarded as an
important work against blockading James
River, where there are now Wine 20 prizes laden
with tobacco.
- The steamer Star commenced, Saturday noon.
shelling the works. Soon after she was aided
by the Freeborn, driving out the rebels. She
then proceeded to WaabiDBton with dispatches
Commodore 8tringham. ,
one captured two small vessels on sundav.
near Cedar Point, one of them having 50 men
bound for the rebel army. ,
ine rostmaster Ueneral has issued an order
cut off all the steamship malls on the coast;
also, all mails on the river steamers nlvinir In
seceded States.
New York. Mav 21. The Ttihunt
Yesterday, by a bold stroke, the Government
ootained possession ol the most Invaluable doc.
umentary evidence against the sympathizers
nun treason in tne iNortn. ' At a e ven hnnr.
the officers of law visited every considerable
leiegrapn omce in the free States, seizing the
manuscript or aispatcnes during a year paat.
Ibe uoveroment can now traca the secret
operations or the Rebels, and their aiders and
abettors, and henceforth hold Northern enemirn
tne republic at Its mercy.
'
[Tribune Correspondence.]
Mav 20. It is und.Tstnnrl that
uenerai uutler baa orders to proceed at once to
active movements in Virginia and Maryland,
aireoiiy removing obstructions In Norfolk bar
oor.
Gov. Letcher has met with a toes. He had
made for his studv accurate militarv mana of
l . - mi . , . . r .
irgium. i nese naving oeco nnianea at w ash
iDgion, were on tneir wav to tne uovernor.
wnen vncy were seized by order or the W ar Ue-
partment.
'ihe adionrned meetine of the Wheelinr Cnn,
vention, on the 4ih of June, will be attended by
uvlc5nCD iruiu vuuuuch aH 01 ,ae rauuDiains,
and the convention will be nrered to dAclnre th
conduct of the authorities of Virginia uaurpa-
tions of power, and the actors rebels and trai-
tope. Instead of dividing the State,- the policy
win oe proposed of forming a provisional gov
ernment for the whole State, and an election
win bo proposed ol a Governor and State ofli
oers.
Four Regiments will be accepted from Miohi
gan, instead of three, on account of the favorable
impression made by tbe one now here
it
[Special Dispatch to the Times.]
HaR"' Ferrv, via Frederick, May 18
2.U0U Mlssissippians arrived here to day. Two
Regiments arrived from Alabama yesterday,
Tbey are all a hard lot. The small pox has
broken out among the IrooDS.
company of cavalry lelt Harper's Ferry for
marnnsourg, so prevent tne union men tram
rotlng ' on the 23d, as, this is a strong Upion
district. I
l1.1"? Ga"dl of r,3erIck ?ty ,hftTe
?n Tho.Wa8 Be"'.D? fir.? V
ian yara. ine city is guarded oy union men,
and ail secessionists are watched.
The Union men of this district will nominate
ta f CoD68s
"
[Special Dispatch to the Times.] [Special Dispatch to the Herald.]
Q
Cuamseksbdro, May 20 A reliable Union
man, living in Maryland, says he was at Harper's
00 Fr.idaJ nlcht. and saw sixteen Indians
one squad, bat did not see more
He says the small-pox is known to exist a-
mong tbe troops there, but to what extent is un
known. He believes tbe troops are being scat
tered over Berkeley, Jefferson, London, Fred
erick and Clark counties, to carry tbem for sc
cession. Tbe legitimate voters of those conn
ties were largelv for the Union.
Passengers this P. M.' from Hageratown, say
1,500 more secession troops are expected at
Williamsport to-nigbt. They were sent over
tbe river for boards to construct tents, indloat-
Ing the purpose of forming a regular encamp-
[Special Dispatch to the Times.] [Special Dispatch to the Herald.] [Times Correspondence.]
Washington, May 20 i-The Post Office De
partment baa discontinued tho steamboat ' mails
on the Mississippi, all the way from St. Louis
New , Orleans; the steamboat .mail from
Mobile via Lake Ponchartraln; tbe steamship
mail via Pensaoola,:Apalachicola, Cedar Kris
and Campa Biy to Key West; also, all . the
steamship mails from New Orleans to seaports
in Texas, as Sabine city, Galveston, 1 Iodianola,
and urazoB Santiago. 1 '
[Special Dispatch to the Post.]
WAenmoTON, May 21. A force of 10.000 rebel
troops left .Harper's yesterday, for Grafton,
Vs., to resist the passage ol Fsderal troops from
Wheeling, ' .......
[Special to the Commercial.]
The Governor of Delaware has anoiinted
Henry Dupont Major General of that State.
He is a graduate of West Point, haaeeen serr
vice, and is a celebrated manufacturer of gun-
powder. j
1 ha f.nmmM.K.1 ld.,a fmm ah .nlhAnllA
a.uo vuHinerciai learns irom aa autneuuv
source that the extra session of Congress will be
short, ibe business will be oompaotly arranged
anc almo. , unarflmltw will prevail
An impure wiu be Riven the loyal sentiment.
and everything done that en be touring the
conflict to a snepdv tr-rmination.
Inforo;aUo5j0 Vi,,, belief
thai tngiana and france will concur with our
Government In steps taken to reassert its as
tbo(ily.. This is also the case with all the diplo
matio representatives in Washlnston. A cor.
dial nndsrstanding exists with them all. It will
b? foODd ihti W mPprttU
views expreesea in lue lnstrucucns to Mr. Au
ams
Dispatches from Washington.
[To the Associated Press.]
6rn source, aays, owing to the firing Into the
battery at Sewall'a Point, lively times are ex
mcn,. peoted, end perhspe troopi will be marched to
M B. . . i . r a "
- re
ception of proposals for tho remainder of the U.
rr-'Uns
Saturday. The oilers, regarded as most ad.
vantageous to the United bta.es will be accept
Ex Gov! Floyd, having been commissioned as
a uenerai in tbe Confederate service, bas com
menced raisins abrleade in Virainla.". .-.. v;
A dispatch dated rortemouth, irom a Bourn
uenerai 01 tno armv. in place 01 vswson
deceased. ' ' - ' ' ' :
deceased.
It Is a anfllelent denial of therehottrf aa to
Lieutenant General Scott's Infirmity, to lay
tnai ne is eneae-ed in the discharge ol Dls ot-
Boial duties, not only throughout lhe day, but
10 B late hour ,.. w,tKf ' J
; J ,.-r,.r k q jl
Secession of North Carolina.
2l.nn. rnia iaI
President pavis that North Carolina has passed
the ordinance pf .secession unanimously.
LooiiviLLE, . May - 91. A Drlvate ' diinli,.!.
tl the boilere of the steamer Kentucky, of the
vioksburg and Memphis line, exploded on lion-
aay, oeiow mempnu. eeverai lives were lost.
Agreement between Generals Price and Harney
for the Preservation of the Peace in Missouri
—Fatal Steamboat Explosion—20 Lives
Lost.
;6t. Loois, May 21. Major General Price,
Uotnmandor-in obief of tbe Missouri Militia, ar
rived last night, and this morning had an Inter
view with Gen. Harney, when a plan was agreed
upon lor tbe maintenance of peaoe, ana in
avoidance of future conQiots between tbe Fed
eral and State Governments,
Tbey mutually declare a desire of restoring
peace and good order to tbe people oi tne ataio,
subordination to the laws of tbe general and
State governments, and unite In recommending
all persons to respect each otber's rignts tnroucn
out the State, and make no attempt to exercise
unauthorized powers, as it Is tbe determination
oi tbe proper authorities to suppress an unlaw
ful proceedings, which oan only disturb tbe pub
lie peace.
Gen. Price Dledees tbe whole power of the
state oincers to maintain oraer among toe peg
pie of the State: and Gen Harney deoiares tbat,
tbia olueot being assured, be can nave no occa
sion, as he has no wish, to make military move
ments which might otherwise create excite
ments and jealousies, which he most earnestly
desires to avoid. Tbey, tuereiore, eojoin upon
tbe people to attend to their civil business, and
express the hope tbat tbe nnquiec elements
which bave threatened so seriously to disturb
the publio peace may soon subside, and be re.
rcembered only to be deplored.
Private dispatches from Helena announce tbe
explosion ot the steamer Kentucky, yesterday,
and the loss of twentv lives,' including both
clerks; but no particulars are given.
The Kentuckv was tbe Memphis and Vicks
burg mail packet, and was valued at 220,000.
Private dispatches also announce that the
Southern Confederacy has established a block
adeat Memphis, prohibiting the passage Of all
upward bound boats. .
News by the Persia.
New York, May 20. Commercial. The Bro
ker's Circular reports sales of cotton, for tbe
week, of 94,000 bales, including 31,000 to spec
ulators and 1,800 to exporter.
Manchester advices are unlavorable. lhe
market for cotton goods and yarns was dull.
Liverpool Bseadstofps generally buoyant.
Wakefield, Na?h Sl Co. report: Flour Arm,
and advanced 6d- per bbl ; quoted at 23j. 6d
3U8. bd.
Wheat firm, and advanced Id., with more
doing; red Western lis. 3i.13j ; white 12j.
6d.l4i. . i
Corn quiet and steady; mixed and vellow 34s.
34 s. 9J.j white 35. GJ 35j. 9J.
Various circulars state bt-cf steadv: pork
vuiet but firm; bacon heavy; lard quiet at 52
54i.
London. Barings quote wheat active except
for Inferior and declined l&.'i'i Suear dull and
declined 6d; Coffee firm ; Tea, little Inquiry,
. T. l in t..ii r.o .acq. o i '
The weekly returns of the bank ol England
give increase of 35,000; money market gener
ally nncnangea, active oemand.
Latest sales of American stocks resorted Fri.
day, were 111. C. 3C38) discount; Erie 20J.
Latest market telegraphed to Czueenstown:
Liverpool, May 12. Cotton Sales vester-
day, Saturday, of 8,000 bales, including 2,000 to
speculators and exporters. Market closing quiet
and steady, '
Breadstuns steady and Arm, provisions steady.
London, Saturday eve Consols closed 91 S
'J1 on money.
Loudon, Saturday Latest sales reported to
day were III. C. 39k3 diec3unt; Erio 20;
N. Y. C. C567
Latest by the Persia.
New York, May 21 The Persia arrived
this evening. Tbe reason the war freight was
not received Is because It was considered that
would vitiate th&insuiance, and the agents
tbe line wish toQep a neutral position.
The London Times says a regular campaign
Maryland appears nnavoidablc, and the bor
ders will perhaps witness horrors which will be
remembered for generations. All England can
do ie to keep aloof. Not only positive law, but
tbe moral reeling or tbe community, will forbid
any British subject to engage iu the conflict.
Factions Among the Confederates at Harper's
Factions Among the Confederates at Harper's Ferry.
[Special Dispatch to the Herald.]
Haoesstown, May 20 Reports are tr tbe
euect tbat great dissatisfaction exists among
tbe troops at Harper's Ferry, on account of the
annexation of Virginia to the Confederate
states; one tne unoonattionai separate independ
ence of Virginia, and a third the unconditional
Union, soldiers ol both tbe last named classes
refuse to take the oath of allegiance to the
Confederate States.
miles south-east of the road to Harper's Ferry, I
awonr nn mnre anlrlipr fur tha Confederate armv
should pass through their town.
From Philadelphia.
PniLADKLraiA, May 21. Peterson's Detector
cautions the publio against counterfeit 10's on
the Broadway Bank, New York. The city is
flooded with them. They are an excellent imi
tation. The General Parkblll, of Liverpool, for
Charleston, has arrived, in charge of a prize
crew of the Niagara. She was spoken off Cape
Romadine on the 12th, and ordered off. The
ucm uaj buo was vajvui cu iu nii-uujjiiiii w iuu
the blockade.
She was towed up to tbe Navy
Yard.
Band of Desperadoes in Indiana.
Inoianafolib, May SI. Tbe report from Mar
tin county, Indiana, last night, about secession
ists committing depredations, seems to be a mis
take. There is, bowevcr, a Dana or despera
does in that connty, who have been plundcriug.
robbing and threatening the lives of citizens,
and we learn this moraine, from reliable author
ity, that four men were arrested at Dover Hill,
yesterday, by a mob ot a bundrea armea men.
i i
The Prize Ship at ;Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, May SI. Tbe Prize ship is 600
tons burthen, with a general cargo, a large por
tionnemg Bait, it issuspeciea mat arms anu
munivtons oi war are conceaiea uuuer iue Ba.
01 JJ 1 . C u I.
obb wummmauura uyoap.. a-uium, un
yapbaiu uoiug muruvrvu uu i-uu ur ivjnv uj
some of the crew.
, She had two secession flags
flying,
Cincinnati, May 31 Tbe speaial dispatch
published In a New York piper of the 18th, an
nouncing that tbe Back ot the Ohio Valley had
been throws out on tbat day by tne utnciunati
Clearing House, is Incorrect. 1 te liank, has no
circulation, and tbe error probably grew ont of
tho circumstance that tbia Bank threw out Ken
tucky money upon tbe day in question.
Aliant. Mav SI. The "Bank of the Inter!
or." a new'institution, having been in existence
Anil rfntn h.in... .lmnat
i ,
wholly with Canada, suspended at tbe Close oil
bankers' nonrs to oay. its circulation is muy
secured by State stocks, and its few depositors
.r.fnllTRnrPfl. Th snanr-nalon of tins bank
..... V a
will not aQrottbe banking interests here.
.
From the Pacific States.
. r n . mi .
r OUT KEASNIT, May XI 1 ne rony express,
from oan ' rrancieco nth, arrived to-day.
News from California and Urceoa unimportant
The Union mass meeting at San tranouco on
tbe 1.1th was an Immense aDalr.
Niw YosE.May 21 The sloop Time, with
ISO kegs of powder on board, was seised in the
North Klver to-day. !...-
The Frtinhnrc. Irom Llvernool the 8th. eia
Oneenatawn the 9th. arrived this evenln? News
iueenBiown tne Jtn, arrivea tms evening. ews
uiiwikuu :
Boston, May 91. It Is reported that the Unit
ed States brie Balnbridce will prooeed direct
Asplnwall, and act aa convoy,; to the California
steamers, cruising the-Uulf, and pr.otcct tbcm
Irom privateers. . 1 n 1 r-.'i.n-.-.
Philadelphia, May Sl.Capt. Forbes, of
prise vessel, denies knowing anything about
the biockaae, ana isyi tne secession nag ound
on uoaru dviuujjwu turn lurnier vaputiu.'
f;t f t ," " " ' Tt
Ni Oslians, Mav 21 Russell, the oorres-
pendent of the London rimer, arrived here ,
DlWBtnfta abut I' fti n ,i -r. n ,5 .uiU
TTTinKllfiANTIiK BARAOE9, DOTO
vv
Whit and Black, just reoilvid at
BAIM'I,
THE MARKETS.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN]
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN] NEW YORK, May. 21.
tr.OIIR recalDta of 13.644 bbtii market without to
porUnt change, and holder! anxloua to realUe; aalea of
V UUO Dbla at f 4 UM43 uo lor aupriin. autia; luoia vi
tr rxtrattat, $4 05(35 05 for superfine wettern; (5 10
(S3 40 common to medium ezira weatern, o ouaia oa
for ihipplog brand and extra round boop Ohio; r
floor aie.dj at $3 104.
tVBKAT receipt of 64 4B1 liuth; market heavy and
drooping foroommon r'ade; aalet of 05,000 haah at $1 18
(31 S3 fur UM.eloM 11Q0 Kacine ipridii $1 30 for Can
ada clobi $ 1 3091 33 for winter red weitemi $1 65 1 70
for white weitero.
RY qalet at 6768c.
B4RI.KY dull t 55(365.
OOUN reoeloti of 40 237 buaheli market lifavr with
moderate demand, lalei of 50.000 baiUeli at 50o for old
mixed weitero.
OATS finite Arm at 30(333 1 20 for weitero Canadian
and "tate .
PORK steady, aalei of 800 bbli at fi.xaiij ror men
and 13 for prime.
BKEK Inactive. , J
CUT MKATS-iteady.
L A RD iteadv. aalet of 300 bbli at 9 a 9 J .
BOTLER telling at 10S15 for Ohio, and lUSlOfor
Btate
OHeRhh ateady at 438.
WHIbKY dull and lower sale) 6f 600 bbli at 15
COTTON dull and onfttied market; lalei of4U03500
balei middling upland! at 13X14.
UUrKEK coDtlnun dull,- 113 nasi or wo ai ix'to.
8 U(i A K-qu et ; 100 bbli o f Cuba at
MOLASSES dull and no aalea to report.
STOCKS huher eiuec.alli State atocki and there Is a
far bnainui dulnir: monev aoohonited bnt ylenty at 3 ner
oentonrall; iterllng exchange dull I06al06) wltSfair
upply of billa offering O and B 1 35; O ana O -3; 1 O
crip i)8 V, M 8 1 '3; IlerleoUHiN It 073; Deloware
and Hudson H; Hannibal and St. Joieoh 31; Rudion 3d
bondi8'2:N Y0 6 93: Cal 7'a75; 0 BanbQ57X. Oal
and Ch 51. M 8 quoted 38; Radlni3IX; Erie 112; Paclfto
Mall OX: Uh and a I bondi , iiiu oonoi uu; una 3d esi;
Brooklyn Water Loan 1U0; Ta 6 SIU; Mo 38 Tenn
Cleveland Market.
MONDAY, May 20, 1861.
Weatqer wet and dnll
Bat lUtle doing to-day and
no chanie in pnrei.
rLOult No change in queuuoni ana tne market u
iteirly.
wiiBAT steady at ai luior rea. anof i.zuror wnne.
CORN quiet at 36$37o
OATS remain Iteady atS5.
BUTTED dnll with few imall lalei roll at 10X12 Wo
for fair to choice W. B.
HQS at 6ai6Xo-
B BANS food qualities to prime Navy range from 75
S90e.
HCHEKBK rood w. B. Is quiet at 7Bo,and Ham
burgh at 8J0Ko. - '
dhik J rtsauHKB unpeaird i ny,. reaiea vi&.i.
DRIED APPLKS-qulet at 33Xo.
FHATHERB good lire geeie ae quotable at 50o.
POTATOES ahipperi pay 31KS35 for prime quality.
WATER LIMK-moderate lalei at $1.1U per bbl from
store.
WHITE FISIT-hhlsat $3 50, and halve at $4 S5.
TROUT bbie at $8 00, and halve! at $4.
8 ALT fine held at $ 1,45 per bbl from itore. or $ 1 48
delivered on can. Coarie held at SI 48 from store, and
150 on cars, fine Dairy in bbli i 75.
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, May 21.
Our scneial irarkets were as near a blank ai poiil-
ble
FLOUR of all klodi are neglected; prlceirema'n ai
lat giren.
WnKAT li more easily to re had, and not quotable
at over $1 for red, $1 001 10 for white.
nuieKY ilandi still at HXe. cit. font. Jitiu
I.
Philadelphia Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN]
PHILADELPHIA, May 21.
Ftoos iteady ami unchanged. Whxat firm, tales
4(100 buih red $ 1 37 white. Conn-firm at 60G.
Wiiiiit at 10S17.
to
the
this
TUP
WEEKLY 0UI0 STATESMAN-
HAVING A CIRCULATION
LAB0EB BY BEVEB&X THOUSANDS
Than any other paper lu Ohio, outaide of Cincinnati
Offers .Facilities for Advertising
Which CANNOT FAIL to bring
Speedy and ItemuneraMve Ketnrne
T'i those who take advantage of them.
TIIK WEEKLY STATESMAN,
Distributed as It Is through every Foit Office In Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Whoee patronage is valuable, and who seldom at the
Dally Xdltlona of diy Journali; and as only
A Limited Number of Advertisements
Are Inserted In Its columns, appoprlatel and
HANDSOMEUV DISPLAYED!
TBCV CARROT fAtti TO
-A.ttxnot Lttorttloia.
OF ALL I
I'J II II I k A I k nkAltRV
II llWhliWrllali If brtlilillV
AJveriliing in the WEEKLY STATESMAN will Bn
It odvanUgom In
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which Is almoit certain to follow on eiteniive dlatemlB
atlon ' " knowledge of their bniineai
AK0KG COUNTRY DEALERS !
ADVERTISEMENT INTENDED FOR
HP'hca TVolrlir Plf o oamnn
Bhonld be handed la before Friday noon.
W. A. Batchelor'a Hair Dye!
This splendid Hair Dye has no equal Imtantaneoni In
effect Beautiful Black or Natural Brown no staining
ine lain or injuring tueiiaif, rancaiearueamar an
effect of Did Dyes, and Invigorate the hair for life.
None are genuine unlets signed "W. A. Bstchelor."
SoM everywhere. - . . , i :
CHA8. BAT0HBL0R, Proprietor,
Jylfcwly . ,StZl 81Brry Stmt, New Torr.
HAIR PYE HAIR DYE.
Wn. A, Batchelor'i Hail1 Dye! '
The Original and Best la the World!
All others an mere Imitation!, and should be avoided
lfyott to 01,,
nmT. oitn nn. uttrtv nAia. Ti. in..ti. t
I T v.
beautiful and NatnralBrowa or Black, wlthontlnlnrv to
garor 8km. , r
FIFTEEN MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS hare bee
awarded to Wm. A. Batcheloratnce 1839, and over 80,00
applications have been made to (lis Hair of his patron
of hti famous dye;
WM. A- EATOHELOR'S HAIR DYE produces a col
or not to be dlatlnguUhed from nature, and is warranted
not to Injure In the least, however long It may be eontln.
oed, and the 111 effect of Bad Dye remedied; the Hair
Invigorated far life by this splendid Dye. ' '
Sold In all eitiea and towns of the United State
Drugglat and Fancy Ooodi Dealers. - -
J7The Genuine has the name atd address apon asteel
plate tnaravrng on four aides of each box, of WILLIAM
BAI'CHBLOR,, Addrei. - , .
CHARLES BATOHKLOB, FJOtlrietOr.
jyiawlv Sl Barolay itreet. New York.
1? t ; WTT T T A ATQ Xr CA
-AT ! lljlililiUlJ W W.
I X A A. fX M A A . IM
xroai otieei, Aiaiween Biats ana lOWn
TTIIE OLD O A RR1 AG B
I JL euuruitllirnnnlnir, ana aithonirh
th.rMnraof latavean Thai let heavil
I . . . ..... ,
upon ner running geara, ine w un wro
l out those splendid PIUTON8,- RO0KAWAYS. and
PRINCE ALBERT'S SHIFTING TOPS and NO-TOP
BUGGIES, OA11RIABKS, EXPKK8B, SKELETON,
DEMOCRAT and GROCERY WAGONS, SMALL OMNI-
BUBBB and HACKS. Twenty yean iteady mannfae-
turing hai given ' oar work a wkle-iperad reputation
througn tne eonin ana weet.'
W thewore aeem 11 nnnecenary to ay ny thing more
In regard to th quality of onr work. We warrant
mi . Vmncii. W oan sell 00s TorBnoan from
aw5toto. .. . .11 ,
Dealer oan n rnrniaaea wiin any amount or won si
.hrt noUoe. and at price lowr than can be bought any
wh(M ta We, Beoond oan,n,uggie, t,,, ,
change ror new wore.
1 r'ttenatnnt aona neatly ana st tnort none, ru
tory on Front, betweea Butt and Town itrwet, Colura-
boi, Ohio.- - - i
irpAII commanleatlons win receive prompt attention,
lu. 81-wly - . . M. WILLIAMS k OO
HENEY'TOW,
: wnoinni ana nsaui iiwaier to
I yoroiffll & Domestic ' Ciffars.
6 vAiaMM,.tHjs,
amd rrr safm
Smoking ft Chewing Tobacco.
Also, the best fl.uaUty of BHTrrB eonsUitly
- - on nana.
' lCT'Cou'otry U erchAnt ar InvlujteeaU beforspur
snsalagehwhesav .n'.. .-. .( 4'-i -i. .:-.'rv.'--
NO. 4 EAST THIRD STREET,
Bet. Malnisd Bycamor,
novai wflm CINCINNATI. O.
:
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
HEWABE, OniO,
n an ii fact u re re of all kind of Por
table and SHationarf Steam Kn
Klncs, haw Itinia, urlat JUilla.
6CC., iLC,
LANE& BODLEY BtaUni B. t I. BLAXD TBeattnl
J. a J. B. DVT&ll Beaten 1 11 COLVMBVS
MACHIXS CO. Btatmtllt BRADIORD
as CO. Btatmtltll
Oar Fortable Engine and 8iw Mill
Was awarded the first premium of 50 at the Indiana
State Fair for lc60 over Lane Jr. Bodley's on account of
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior character of lumber sawed.
Onr Stationary Engine was awarded at tbe same Fair
the flnt premium of $O0.
Our Portahle Engine was awarded the flnt premlu n of
100 at the fair at Hemphli, Tenn., over Blandy'a Da
vall's, Ooluobui Machine Oo'i., anrt Bradford fc Co's.,
by a committee of practical Railroad Engineer!.
For price and termi addreia
WILLAKU WARNER, Treasnrer,
decS-dkwlyeolj. Newark, Ohio.
BEOOintEITDED BT THE LATE
SIR ASTLEY COOPER,
VF IrVRlK'R) AIWIF
VALENTINE MOTT
or mw voaz.
DR.
T acknowledged Eeada of the Frofeaaloa In adthSf
uemurpner.
Plnent Extract of the ITAT.TAW JDNTFEB
BHaKY. The Purest and Most Costly Gin Ex
tant.
INDISPENSABLE TO FEMALES.
INVALUABLE TO THE SICK.
INCOMPARABLE FOR THE AGED.
THE SAFEST AND HOST
DELICIOUS BEVERAGE IN THE WORLD.
For Bale, Pint ind Quarts, by totw
Druggist; Orocer, or Country Merchant.
100X OUT F0S BOGUS
O N D O N Q I N
THE 0NL7 OENTJINE AJRTIOLB IS
s.
CHARLES' LONDON CORDIAL GIN.
B. BALDWIN & CO.,
Importers, 91 Liberty St..
NBJW YORK,
gold In Oolumbns by
HcKBB REBTIRAfJX,
Wholeaale and Retail Orocera, Sta'etman Bulldin.
O. A. WAONKH. and otiiera.
In Olneinosit, by 8UIBB, ECE8TEIM fc CO.,
0028-deodalyw and others.
GREAT CURB
DR. LELAND'S
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND'
13 THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Bheumatism, Gout and Neuralgia,
AND A SURE 0CBB FOR
All Mercurial Diseases.
It Is a conveniently arranged Band, containing a med
icated comnound. to be worn around the Waiat. without
injury to the moit delicate peraona; no chanie In habiti
of living I required, and It entirely remove the dli
eaae from the lyitem, without producing the Injurioui
effect at ilog from the use of powerful Internal mad!
cine, which weaken and deitroy the comtltntion, and
give temporary relief only. By thii treatment, the med
IcinalpropeniMcontaima in in nana com in eonwoi
with the blood and reach the diwaie, Uuotuh the poret
of th ikin, effeotlog la rwv Inilanc a perfect cure,
and reatoring the parte adiicUd to a neal by condition.
Thli Band li alio a moit powerful Airrt UaacuaiAL arent.
and will entirely relieve the lyiteoj from Uiepemioaou
effect of Mercury. Moderate caae are eurrd In a few
day, and we ar oonitantly receiving teatlmoniala of It
efficacy In aggravated caae of long itanding.
Faica 3,00. to be had of Drugalata aenerally, or oan
be tent by mail or expreai, with full direcilona for u,e
to any part or the country, direct rrora tne rnncipa
Office,
Ho. 409 BB0ABWAY, Kew Yotk.
G. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors.
N. B. Deecrlptlve Circular Bent Tree.
Hj Agent Wanted Everywhere
mh38 lyliorlitp rjkw
Baltimore Clothing House.
V"
WAMorACTrans ass wuousau dialxo m
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
No. 308 W, Baltimore-street,
(srrwm usanTV ako uoward,)
BAE.TI0IOKE i71d.
A Large Assortment ol Pleeaapd Purnlshlng
Qoods Constantly en pini)
OclStklly -
S. DOYLE & CO.
Manufacturers and Wholeaale Dealers in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Northwest Corner of High and Gay Sta., ,
No. 61,
OOLIJ HI litis,.. a. OHIO.
"A large Stock of Fine and Btapl Goods on hand."
y31-dtf
ADVERTISEMENT.
- lor th INSTANT RELIEF
and PERMANENT CtTRE of th
dlitrealng eompltlnt ns
Erl DT8
BE0HCHIAL CIQAEETTE8,
Made by 0. B. BEYMODR CO., 107 Nung Bt., N. T.
rnot vi per dox 1 sent rre oy poii.
FOR 8 ALB AT ALL DRUGGIST!.
Buars-dfcwlyl
Merchants and Agents Wanted,
rpO SELL OCR VAKIETY JEWELRY
X Envelope In tvery town In th Union. Larger
profit reallitd than on any other branch of Merchandlae.
wot particular, ena atamp 10 cax, unnnnt trt,
Fhiladeiphia, t'a. SAnnan at uu.
rohl-wO .
CPHIJTO CLOAKS AND BA8QINE8
O NEW BTYLES Haiti Ac Bon, No. HWBoulh
Blih itreet, have In 1 opened new ityle of Cloth Cia-
00 la a. Aoiir and Eao;P, mad In th nwt and
no tvllth manner, A aw. Suairb flailia
Htaok Hllke very heavy, designed jrpmly
mnuiia ana oaaquuH. . - ( . ., laprtu
TJLAOK STRAW BONNETS AND EL
I AJ rut Ribbons, In great vart.ty at BAIN'S,
octS
0. 89, High street,
mm
I
lor
-a. ov.n.x.
1DIHE AMBRI0AN WATCH C0BPANT, of Walt'
ham, II., togs to call the attentloa of th publio to
the followiDg emphalle recommendation of Waltham
Watches, by th leading praotloal Watchmaker and Jew.
elers throughout the Unite! Iiaui. The entire Hit of
iknetuiei to It II quit too long for publication In on
adrertUement; bat th sanies preiented will be recog.
nlied ay thoie acquaUutd with th Trad aa being In th
LlihMt desre reiMOtabU sad and Influential. At their
iitabllilunents may always be found th genuine Watch.
m of tbe Oompany's manufacture, In great variety.
Signature from many cities and towns ndt fully
resented In this Hit will appear la a future adver
meiit.
TO TSX rUBLIC. .
Th undenijued, practical Watchmaker and dealert Id
Welches, having bought and lold American Watches fir
a number of year rut, and having dealt la all klodio f
foreign Wotchei for a much longer period of time, be to
itate tbat they have never dealt In Watches which, ai
elaei, or In individual ini'ancei.havibeen moreealli
factory to themielvea or cuttomen, whether in reipectof
duiahillty, beauty of finlih mathematically conect pn
portion, accural oompenulion and adjmtmect, or of
Un Umt-kteplng resulti, than (note mannfactuted by
the Waltham Company.
N. B. CB1TTENDEN,
Cleveland,
Oolumhm,
Zaneavllle,
Cincinnati,
Ohio.
V?S. BLVNM,
J AUKS J ROSS.
U. JfKINS St CO.,
BBQQS at SMITH.
WM WILON McQIlEW,
DCRME t CO.,
C OSCAMP.
O PLATT.
Delaware,
Warreo,
Chicago,
La Salle,
Feorta,
KINQ Sr. BROTH kr ;
J. T. t K. M. KDWARD8,
F.J. ALkXASDtsK,
J0IIN II. WORSE,
A. IIEPPLEU
W. U. RICHMOND,
U. D. KAYS,
A. B. GILLKTT,
Bloomington,
Decatnr,
Springfield,
Qulncy,
B. D. LILLKbTON,
B CURRAN,
W. BHOWN,
I. B. TOBIN.
BASSE fc IIULUAN,
A. t. BOVNTON,
WM. M. MAYO,
E. NORTH KY,
A. W. FORD.
WM. 80HKRZER,
Galena,
Jicktonville,
Cherry Grove
Freeport,
Vera,
Canton
Syracu,
bavburgn,
Rvcbeiter,
J. M. FOX,
WILLARDatBAWLEY,
N. UAIGHT,
N. Y.
II. A L.R06ENBSRU,
0. A. BURR at CO.
K. g. ErTENHKIMERSt UO.
WM. S. TAYLOR,
W. W. II tNNAII,
II. R. fc II. C. CARPENTER,
IIOBKIN8 t EVANS,
TJtiea.
lludion
Troy,
Otwego,
Auburn,
..
Falrport,
Canandaigna,
Poughkeepile,
HAlQIlTScLtlAUU,
JAMKtt HYDK,
JOHN H. IVES,
WILLIAMS fcCO.,
J. N. BKNNKT.
A. B. STORMS.
WM. S. MORGAN.
HENDERSON BRO'3
J. A. CLARK,
Batavla. .
Amsterdam.
Saratoga,
Albany,
a
OoiUen,
Peun Yen,
Ca'ikill,
Indlanapolii,
BLOOD fc PUTMAN.
JKNNINGS RKO'S
.lOliN J. JENKINS,
W. H. WILLIAMS,
A. WARDEN,
L. 0. DUNNING.
0UA8. . WILLARD.
W. V. BINGHAM St CO.,
CHAS. G. FRENCH.
Ind.
J.NcLANE,
O. A. DICKKNSEX,
Richmond,
Terra Uaute.
Hnllivan,
Plymouth,
Kalamaxoo,
Detroit,
G. II. BASOOM at CO.,
J. M. BVaNSH.
ADOLP1I MYERS,
TI1KJ. F. P1CKERINQ,
Mich
GEO. DOTY.
M.S. SMITH
A. B. VAN COTT.
Milwaukee,
Wil.
JOHN ELKIN8,
Racine,
Belolt,
Janetville,
Prairie du Chlen
II. N. SHERMAN.
8. O.BPAULDINO,
W. A.GILKS,
RRINEMAN I MEYRAN,
SAM'L BROWN, Jr.,
W. T. KOPLIN.
810. W.8TRIN,
OKO B. TITUS.
HECKMAN It Y0HE,
GEO. STEIN,
B. J. LABCBLLE,
SAM'LQAHMAN,
JOBEPH LADOUUS,
J. 1. BLAIR.
GEO. W. McCALLA,
rilANOIBO. F0LA0K,
O. M.EAnN.
Plttaburgh,
Norriitown,
Eaitoo,
Pa.
Allntown, "
Wettcheiter,
Wllllunapoit, "
Cheiter, "
Lebanon, "
llarrliburg, "
York, "
lancatter "
Baadiog "
Chambenbarg, "
Gre.o.burg, "
Neweaitle, '
Ebenabuig,
Uauch Chunk, "
Atbland. "
Indiana "
Ecranton, "
Pateraon, N. J.
Newark.
Bordentown, "
Trenton,
Cnmberlaod, Md
Pulukl, Tenn.
Nathvllle,
Springfield, "
Clarkivllle, "
Savannah Oa,
St. Louis - Mo.
.,
4. t,
t)
Wheeling. Va.
Richmond, "
Salem, N. 0.
, ..
Newberry, B. O.
Northamuton, Man.
New Bedford, "
,,
Taunton, "
. it '
Fall River,
.4
Oloooeiter, "
Salem
Woreeiter, "
.. ,1
H ll
Waltham, "
u
Lowell,
Lynn. u
Lawrence "
Pltufield, "
. .1
Oreenfleld," "
Pprlnifleld, "
Providence. R. I.
B Greenwich,
Hartford, Conn.
GEORGE UltUR,
V. f. UHLLER,
B. AUGUINBAUOn,
T. hop-man,
0. BANNA,
T ROBRHTS, .
0. DQLON.
OnAS. L. FISHER,
E. ai. Bt. ULAl l,
R. St A. PkTKRBOH,
DAVID LAVERACK,
W.T. BAB.
BNOCII F. BILLS,
HBtRY H. JAMES,
T. 8. LITTLE,
OAHSON As BRANNON,
TH03. GOWDEY,
W. PYLE.
8IMPS1N t PRICE,
V. W.BKIFP.
fc A GAKDNKK
W.O. DEFRIEZ.
MAURICB t HENRY,
JEUU 8YLVBBTER,
T. SCOTT t CO..
T. B. HUMPHREYS,
E.A. VOULER.
F. W. LEINUKCK,
J. W. MON rQOilEUY,
BENJ E. COOK,
GUILDS.
DEXlEtt IIA8KIN3,
I) USD ALE,
A BERT PITTS.
ELLIS GIF (OKO,
W. MACOMBER,
J BURNS,
JESSE SMIrH,
T. M LAMB,
8. N. STORY,
LEVI JOHNSON,
ANDREW WARREN
W. FOGG.
AMOS SANBORN,
JOHN BABTON.
JOHN MoOREQOR,
W. M. ROOT.
JOHN B. SCOTT,
N. MOODY,
WM. KIKKHAu, Jr.,
L.D. ANTHONYS CO.,
PBLKG ARNOLD.
THOMAS STEELE As CO.,
HEMINGWAY otBl'kVENS,
WM. ROGERS It BON,
O.J. MUNBON,
B. BENJAMIN,
NewHaven,
1
Danbnry,
Mlddletown,
New London,
Bridgeport,
Waierbury,
Banbornton,
Concord,
J, B. K1RBY,
GEO HUB BROWN,
B. 8. RUN lINGrON It CO.,
a. A. WOODFORD,
H. D. UALIi.
JoHN L. SMITH,
JOHN GORDON,
J. O. ULaOKUAN,
JA8. R. AYRES,
SBERBUKNa BUAff,
L. R.HANDERtON,
N. II.
B. KNIGHT,
N. O. OARR, - " "
GEO. W. DREW A CO., '
S.J HELLISH. Hanover,
W. 0. 0. WOODBURY, Claremont, "
REUBEN SPBNOSR, " " '
WM. B MORRILL, Exeter, '
RI0HARD OOVE, Laconla, "
JONATHAN HOoMER, . Nubna, '
N.W. OODDARD,
0BAS. B. RAOON, Dover,
r. M. BARD1SON, So. Brwlok. M.
TWOMBbT St SMITH, Saoo,
HOSES M. SWAN, Auguita; "
J.A 11BHRILL Portland, - "
JaMEsEMEKr, Bnckiport,
SIMEON BLOOd, Rockland, ; ' .
HENRY H. HAM, Portimouth, "
ROBERT N BODQE, ' "
QENRT McKENNET, Auburn, "
J.T.nowLAsD, Bath, " "
TOMPKINS Sr. MORRIS, Bangor, "
0. 0. WILLIAMS, "
Q. 8. AO L. R0QER8, Gardiner, "
D. E. LUOi, llouliou '
D.O. HALL, Lewiiton, "
BRINSMAID ABILDRXTB, Barllog on, VL
0- H. BARDIND, Bradford,
T. 0. PHINNEt, Montpeller, ". .
A. A. MBAD, ' '
J. O. BATES, North Held,
J. H. MURDOCH, Woodirock, -
0. O. OHILDS, ' 8t. Johtibury, "
0, H. UUNTIN0T0N, St. Albana, "
FOSTER GROW, Chelae. -
W K. WALLACE, Newbury, " J
LEANDRS AMADON, Bellowi Fall, '
0. 8 JENNINGS, New Orlean, La.
QBKQ0K A CO., "
S.OOCKRELL, ' Nitchei, Mill.
A. N. HALL, Milford, Del.
ROBERT WILKER, Toronto, O.W.
Oaotios. Aa our Wtch Is now extenrively counter
felted by fortlga vanulicturera, w bsvo to Inform th
public that so watch I of oar production which Is anae
eompanlcd by a oartt&oat of genulnene, beating th
number of th watch, and lgod by ear Tnaiarer, B.
I, Bobbins, or by oor predtceasors, Appleton, Tracy A
Co. . .
A tbta watcha at lor sal by Jiwiler generally
throughout th Union, th AaMrwaa Watch Oompasy
do BOt solicit ordin for lng! watcbe. - - - -
' BOBBINS A APPLETON
WholMtl Agent, No. 189 Broadwa
apSO d . 0. d. A s. w. Em. Is.
s-ri
'
.
MRS. WINSLOW,
Ad (iperlenced Nura and Fecial Phyalclan, vraaant
to the attention of mother, bar
SOOTHING SYRUP.
. POR CHILDREN TEETHING.
inin. ,?lelly '""" the proceia of teething, by soft
riPA.SV rdnclD ll lflnm.aon-;ill alii,
SPUE TOKEGVLATE THE BOWELS.
Detend unon It. ninth... 1 . -n, . .
and " ivwreKioyoorssiytl
EELttF A WD HEALTH TO T0UB TRIVXtB.
nd O.
what 1
doe
ANCE. TO EFFKOT A nriBK IhZ .7, IV'". l"rlm
er did we know an IniUno ofdiaaatlifaetion by any on'
who rued it. Oa Ui conlr.rv. .11 .r.d.u.h,li S
operaUon, and apeak in terma of commendation of It
magical eaeeta and medical virtue. We (peak in thl.
matter ''WHAT WIS DO KNOW;" after ten TyW ,i.
SnlT.S Lli0 OUR REPUTATION FOR Till
FULILLUENTuV WHAT Wk URim niK
i.?- AY8r5r ,n,Unc 9trt the infant 1 lafferlng fn,m
pain and .inanition, relief will be found In Alteenor
twenty mlnutea after theoyrup 1 adminlaiered.
.hJ"'.,'55''.!!.PI!fpn,,lnI1 a" preription of one of
tti mo.t EXPKKIBNCKDai,d BKILLfUL NCRHSIn
wwooni1!! fhMbeea ""l milt NkT1Sil ,A1L-
T. . "wl'NDS OF CASES.
It notoolv relieve, th. hiM r.nm i. . , .
""""e" and bowel, correct aci.'llty, and givei
lone and enerav to the whol n.i.n,. i. . ',
tantly reliev ' " " mu" m
OBlPiEO IS THE BOWilS, AID WIND COLIC
EST RICMI8DY IN THB WO BLD. ... ci,"of 0k".
ENTBRT nd DIARR1IOJA IN CIIILDrTm whSo,!
It ariaei from teethlo. or from in. oth-. .?
would aay to every moiherwho hia chl'd luirerlcg from
i"0' th;''g,'lf geomi'lainti DO NOT LET VoCH
PREJUDICES NOR TUB l'RKJmii KarTiT-i t.'JJl
m.".!1", u,?,",n'1 our '"rlng child. aod lhe re-
follow the ate of thl medicine, if timel. ..,
rectlom for ming will accompany eah bottle. None
yenalne uo eia the fac-ilmile of CURII3 & PERKINS.
N,. Vnrlr la nn Ih. ni.t.lJ. .
Sold by all Druggiaia ihroughout the world.
ci pal Office,
13 Cedar Street N.V.
PRICE ONLY 25
CENTS TER BOTTLE.
octSTdicwly.
PE0F. WOOD'S
BLOOD RENOVATOR
Ii preclaely what Hi name Indicatei, for, wlilltl
Ipleaaaot to the tate. It ll revivify! eg, exliilaral
idk, invigoraling and llreosthening tj the vi'.i
power, and at ih aame lime reTivifle. ,fin
a
K. itate, and renewi the Blood in all it. nam. ,nd
o
ll!tuii at once rettoret andrtndtrt th tytttm in
tvlntra)iltto atttckA of iUtatt. It ii the only
, uicw,i.iiu.i .,rr viivnu u ,ih world. IA Ni.mi.
aJI:ally and aklllfully comhlned ai to be the moit
,p wtfnui tooii. anu u iue uune time to perfectly
uiapicu vu, u fcj oub iu per eo . accordance with the
awa oi nature, ana neooo win tooth the vtatest
H
ttomaeh, and tone up tbe dice.tive oniani, aLilTj
thus allay all nervoui arid other irritation. It
per ecuy exnuaraung, ana at the aame lime it l
compoed entirely of vegeUble. yet o eombine.llH
u to produce th moit th jrouib tonic effect, nilh l
out prniucing any icjurioua conequence f uchil.
a remedy baa long been felt to be a deiideratom lo' j
he medical world, fur it need no medical iktll to
see tbat debility fullowi all attackaof dineaae. ar.d
proceed and Indeed lay tbe ryitem open to the W
inaidioni attacka of many of the moit fatal, men. L
f r example, ai th following: Consumption, In-
Pi
a!
,aige.iion, uy.iHsima. miidi appetite, Kaintneu.
Nervoui irtiummy. neuralgia Palpitation of the!
Heart, neincnoiy,nigumweaii. Languor, OIJili-i(
oeia, Retention of, ai well ai Painiul obitructcd I
too procure, or too remt Slemtruation, and Pall
ios of the Womb. Theie all denerdunon nnenl
debility. Thii pure, healthy, tonio Cordial and
Blood Benovator H aaiura to cure ai the inn to
nae and let. mere u no niiitake almut It. Bul l
.hi la not all. If the ijnetn U-weakeoed. we are
jpen to bllioui attack!, the liver become torpid, ,,
jr worae diieaaed. the klJucji refuse to peitnrnnfl
their function!, and we are troubled with icaldlngi"
;ua itivoniiiieuua v. unue, or involuntary die
charRe of the lame, pain to the back, tide and r. A
tween th ihouldere, exceedinily ll.ble to illtht U
cold, eoughi.and If urchecked, oon oiaciailinlw
rollowv, and the patient goea down to a prematorel
grave. Bat ipa will not allow ua to enumerate fl
the many 11 Ii to which we are liable in a we.ir.nMt U
condition of the ijitem. But we will aay, in thial
Cordial and Blood Renovator von h.v rurr, 'i
uilA nMntind .tTnn,,,. mm. . , . ,' r
. ' ' . T, nunj, ,ur 113, 11 I I
Aki Appetite, biliouineai. Flatulence, weak and ilrnV
H jtomach. Languor, Liver Complaint. Chilli and
iPever, oraoy Bllioaiatta.lt, Coailveneaa. Acidity
of th 8tomtch, Nervouineia, Neuralgia, Palplta-I, ,
0 Hon of the Heart,, n is ion of Spirits. Soru. H
iPimple on th Fo or any disaa ariiing from J
impure blood, inch aa Scrofula. Eryiipelaa, Bron
hitia. Con.h. riiffirnltv nf Hpath,.,w. Bnn .11 .1..1.
O oclan of dlaeawa called female weakneii, and H
enumerated above. W e will alio lay the traveler LJ
cxposeu w epiuemica. cnange or climate and wat
er, will find it a plea-ant, i.i!u and lure remedy,
and none ihould ever travel without. Reader '
rrv it. forw. .uur. iin von will and in l ,i.n.i
Bndeed.ai well ai a friend In need. All permnaof
iMdentary hibiU will find It perfect preventive of! H
aa well a, cure for thoie ailment! to which thevai
,ie V
particularly ezpoied. Hence minliten.itudenta.iit
lorneya, literary ir.ntlemen.and ladiea who are not
0
aocuiiomed to much ouidoor ezetciae, will find it
o their advantage to keep a bottie constantly cn
naoui anu, aoov an, motiier. or theae recoin n
inch, will go throush tha: moit dana-eroui neriuo
uot only wth all their accuiUmrd atrenglh, but
Or ..v ..uu. ,uv I..V...UU 1 1 uj c ii ii .o prrv
alent among the tem.le portion of the wi.rhl. lr
ihort. It la Indeed a mother'a cordial. Trm ll. oi,t
nuw jvhu, uw LU,., IUU me U8KOI QeiSV; It Will
ireneveena orove itir emphatically a Bettora-
tin voratai ana tuooa Renovator.
O.J. WuOD. proprietor, U Broadway, New
Tork. and 11 Market Street, Bt. Louie, Mo., ami
old by ROBsRTS As SAMUEL, Columbua, Ohio.
it.il 11 aiu.1 1 1 I II I . , . .
, v.u55..., niw vu iniisr
per Bottle. marchJS-daweowly
R1SH STEAMSHIP LINE.
Steam Betweea Ireland and America.
NEW YORK, BOSTON AND GALWAY.
The foltowlnc new and mainiBcent flnt-clu. n,!.iif .
wheel Steaminipi compote the above line:
ADttlATIO, S.888 ton burthen. Capt, J. Macrt
(Formerly of the Collin Line )
UIBERNIA. 4.400 ton burthen. Cpt. N. Prob-k.
COLUMBIA, 4 4)0 - ' ii.LiTCil.
amulia, NlOHOUWN.
PAoliIO, 8bU0 " I. Eatiiii.
PRINCE ALBEKr (crew.)
" J.WALna.
One of th abov ahlpi will leave New Tork or rto.tnn
alternately every Tuesday fortnight for Oalway. car
rylna tbe government main, touching at St. Joune,
r . -n-.
The Steamers of ttili line hare been eon.tm.tid with
the greatest care, under the luuervliion of tha .ovem-
ment, havcwater-tiitht Oompariment, and are unexcel
led lorcomrort. aarety and speed by aoy iteameie afloat.
They ar command, d by ahl- and experienced otBcera,
and every exertion will be mad to promote th comfort
oi psncDt,rs. ..- . . v.
An experienced Sargesn attached to each thip. . '
KATES OP PASSAGE. , ' 1 '
FIrt-cl N, T. or Boitorl to Oal way or Liverpool I ISO
Scrond-olasa, " .. ..... 75
Plrat-claaa, . to St John's ' :' 35
Third-olaas, ' " to Oal way or Livsmooi.
or any town in Trelard, en a Railway, - - - Ml
Third-elan pasienaen are llherally supplied wlih Dro
Vliiona of the best quality, cooked and (erred by the lr-
vni 01 toe uompaoy.
HETtKN TICKETS.
PartiM within to tend for their friend from the old
country can obtain tickets from any town on a railway, in
siwiaou, or irom toe principal uie 01 Bngland and Boot
land, at very low ratti.
I'anenger for New Tork, arriving by th Boston
Steamer, will be forwarded to New Tork fret ofoharae.
ror paaaag or limner lutcrmallon, an ly to
W if. HICKIIAM,
At th Oolee of th Gomnan-. nn tha wharf. fot of
Oanal atreet. New York. -v
HOW LAND s A8PINWALL, Agent.
apilllOdCm. .. it.-j
R AO L B;.B B A S 8 W O R K S,
, CorBrSprln; Water Sta.t
Oolvixxiloxxa, OHlo.
W. B. POTTS CO.,
ind Mannfacturara of Br and Oompoaitloa Ctu'Jn.a,
.... , . FluUhMl Braa Work of all DeaoripUoci.,
Eiectro Plating and Gilding ! !
STENC!LCUTTINC,tC.
Sahi "ei-diy :
STtSNI OUITTINDKN. . . . UKNST T. CHITTIMDC M
S. & H. T. CHITTENDEN, '
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. "'.
JO Offiea. 1 28 Broadway Hew Tork City, and
Paowi' Boilbho, Colnmbui, Ohio. '
i TO0rfal attention paid to OollecUon.
pri;8:dtai
AN SAY, IN CONFIDENCE AND TRUTH, of it
NVvTRrAsSA'TMW'.'
a hu auu auia liiij articiA rna ...
Braiffli
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