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SsX" SUNDAY MORMINQ, MAY 86, 1861.
V
LOCAL MATTERS.
Tie Adams Express Company places us dally
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J t..frora tbe taateru citici.
v unacr oDligauoiil to it tor io r-r-
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'' Tbe Amerloari Express Company baa our
thanks for its daily favors In tbe shape or the
very latest eastern papers. ,
Court or Common Plbas. Tbe following
iur caaci were before tbe Court last week:
-' . Tbe case of Wm. A. Putt t. John Sills et
ol Pooh, Critchpiild and Nobli for Plain
tiff, and Sturm and BBiafor defendants wat
Ommenced on Thursday morning, and the next
morniog a verdict was rendered for tbe defend'
ants. ' me piaintiit' counsel moved ft new
trial. "' :" -;
' Tbo caflo of 0. W. Bma, Guardian, v. Sam
ou Kinniab Noblc and Swatnb for plaintiff,
and Qallowat and Waiidim for defendant was
4 commenced on Friday morning, and after bear-
' lug the testimony and tbe arguments of counsel
, in part, the. Court adjourned, yesterday, till
1 nine o'olock to-morrow (Monday) morning
i
. - Tbe Grand Jury are not yet discharged.
Q The Kenton Dtmoertt of the 24 sh Inst-
gives tne following particulars or ft reoenl oc
currence In Dudley township In that (Hardin)
eranty. ...
A letter addressed to Samuel Hopkins, Eiq
wasreoaivelit Di Ulev P. O. It was mails
mailed
In Missouri, and io, pressed on the envelope was
ft secession fl ig and the names of Jtff. Davis
and AleumJor II. Stevens. Mr. Hopkins
sent to the office lor bis mail matter, ana the
Postmaster refused to deliver ' tbe letter, bu
called together . a few of his Abolltiont
friends fjr consultation. A message was seot
ta Mr. Hopkins to appear at tbe root
office at a certain hour, and they would
- open the letter in his presence andbave it read
Mr, Hopkins regarded this as personal Insult,
serves do other name opened the letter, read
ana reiused to appear. Tne mob for It at
lt, and copied lb Mr. Hopkins oalled again the
next murnlug and demanded tbe-letter and was
. . . . . . . . . . ...
again reiused, but was otlered wbat was repre
tented as a copyi Tbe letter was nothing but
au' ordinary communication from an old lriend
wno lives In Missouri,
Twxntt-onc RiaiiitNTS from Ohio
Dsxnison bns nnnounoed thatObio's oontlngent of
troops for tho three years' service is twenty-one
Regiments. This Includes tbe eleven at Camp
DeouitoD, the two at Washington City, and part
of tbe nine now In the State service, provided
they will enlist for tbe required term. If they
. do not, more troops will be taken from tbo Ml
- litis of the Reserve for this purpose.
Dcmz & Gkkin's Omra Taouri . Tbe six-
teen atar peters of this celebrated Troup.
wlU give two of their Ethiopian Concerts at
Armory Hall one on Wedncsday.ftnd the other
on Thursday evening next. We need not men
o v......, "v i
J JT r. , .. . I
wuuua uAuuer, auu d OLOCDH, tne unrivaueo
d.llnnr f .!.... .,
. . Inn.. i mi. c .k- .a . .f
, firti a au J u utnv IUV ItMTCntlwaiCUb Ul I
.v. , , . I
wuj iu "uumcr cuiumn. 1
,;-- m I
CAMP JACKS3N. ihero are now in Camp I
, one whole Regiment, the Twenty-second, and
two Companies, Capt.'JoHNsoN's, ot tho Eigh
teenth, and Cipt. WALCurr ', of the Twenty-
third Regiment making twelve Companies,
tnd an aggregate of 1,160 men.
We understand that tba Race Course grounds
on (ho National Road, four miles west of tbs
olty, bave been telected as tho new site for the
Camp. I
- I
Dcath cr Dick Slitib Tho Jackson
(Mich.) Cilitrn snvs that world-renowned Rich I
-9 ..j tr an... r.m..t. l ..n.i..,l
B ti ; Z , Ta X , , T
.8Ilter,) the celebrated Champion Jig dancer
and negro performer, died on Tuesday mornine, I
'"'ftttbellabbaid House, at Jackson. Dick wast
abnnt thlrlw.ai yoitra nf air., anil ht. namn ... I
. household word all over the United Stales.
"THOU SHALT NOT COMMIT AnOLTIlATION" la
one of tbe commandments of an honest com.
xneree. Do tbe venders of deleterious mix
tures under the name of London Gin fulfill
jt? Tbo reader answers "No!" Avoid their
track, then, and purchase only Chablk Lw.
wn vvaviai, uin, a gcuuiuo iiupurfceu arusiw.
-. - a ;
Dbt Good at Adction. There will be sold
. at auction largo lot of Dry Goods at P. Wood's
, Store, No. 103 High street,
I
commencing to-
morrow (Monday) at ten o'clock, A. M. and
v continuing through the week.' . .
. . . t .. .' ; 1
, i . ETCoL ComiBLt, of the Seventeenth Regi
ment, now. at Camp AadcrBOn, near Lancaster,
has annotnted A. J. Davis AdlnUnti Gnn,.,.
of Licking connty, Quarter-Master; Fuwioar,!
t, u' a . ..
of Madlmn, Sergeant Major, snd Iavm Link,
ef Capt; Gif( ', Company, ; Regimental En
sign. "" ' 'H'J-
, ' ' " 1 I wa I I
' ' CTPortland, the site of Camp Scott, Is In
Jackson conntv. - twelve' miles south of
Jackson (?. II., the countseat. The position
,1 . It Is said. can be made to command (ha border
ftlong the Ohio for soveral hundred miles, ow
ing to the bend of the river at that point.
, b ci I? On Thursday, four hundred wooden can
tonmeats, containins.In the aggregate 8OO.0C0
feet of lumber, were sold by the Quarter-master
li ti ' I I . v " -
at Camp Harrison, Cincinnati, for $1,800. Tbs;
eost tbe State $7,900,
. , , , - . . t ,
. DTbe (ooentrio John Rakdolph was once
iked what be Jbopght the most important
thing for it boy to loarn He piped out in his la-
conia wit "leicnnim now ana wnen 10 sav
' ' ..... . tT. : . '
' NO. ' " "' 4.-S r k.'i , 1- u '''
mi 1
CT The Board of Control of the State Bank
. . of Ohio, during their isml-annual session In this
olty, last week, re elected J. AnorIwi, Prenl-
dent; J. R. Finn, Vice President, and J. J, Iah-
' ' wtr,' Seoretary. n: t--aa j- wi- i i,
- V. 6: DrrtrrT MarshalT JoHiTil.WHitLiR,
' '' Esq , of this city, has boed appointed U. B
Peputy Marshal for the Southern District of
Ohio. -u Ai.".;:: ! T'.
BTA. A.' BANcorT,'Eiq'' of Granville, Llbk
log county; has bten.appoioted Indian Agent to
reside on tne FaoiBo coast In Washington Terrl
, tory. ... " ' -.,lfr,;v.,i, '
v .,-! :: 1 . 1
;. ' RHitmATUtt. To any who have been sfflloted
'.with this malady, the Tery reading of the above
headlpg wil call to mind ttbe remembrance of
the most excruciating pain and prolonged agony
- The joints swelled; stiff and unyielding, eaoh
turn of the body accompanied by it shock that
would Induce tbe belief that every bone in the
human anatomy was about to be dlslocttsd
" From two to three bottles ot "Kennedy's Medl
oal Dlaoovery'r will cute the worst oats of Rhea
1 - matlsm. We would refer to the oure of J, Ma.
J, comber, Eiq.i'.f reaptqtabie oltixen of Boston
who Wat cored at the age bf fifty-five years af.
ir tor an Illness of a quarter of ft oentory, end id
ipense of some $5,000 paid to various Pbytl
' (ilolanj. For (he care o(bflnior it bM no tqusj.
Sabjapaiilla. This tropioslroot bas ft repu.
tatloo wide as tbe world, for owing one olaas
disorders that tflliot mankind ft reputation
wblcb it deserves as tbe best antidote we
pos -
sees forjscrofulous complaints. But to be brought
Into nse, its virtues must be oonoentrated
and
oomblned with other medicines that Increase
Us power. 8ome reliable compound of tblt
oharacter is muoh needed la tbe oommunity.
Read the Advertisement of Dr. Aria's Sarsap
arllU In our columns, and we know it needs no
encomium irom us to g ivy our oiiiieos oonnaeooe
of
too
la what be offers. Organ, Syrscun, N. Y.
Tarn T.mt OllHTNnt Tlnnol.. ni Tlrlr
'
Inrtdge, nor even "Old Abe," but Jamis Pile's
Dietetio Baleratus, that In Its own department
possesses more strength and purity than all of
tbem. All other kinds are pigmies to it. De
pot, 34S Washington Street, New York.
Sold
by grocers everywhere.
07 Somxtrino Good fob All. See
Prof.
Wood's advertisement In another column.
LOCAL MATTERS. TELEGRAPHIC!
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
Dispatches from Washington.
WASHINGTON, May 25
Western is an exoeotlon to thnrli
of the P. M. General for the stoppage of tbe
mails in the seceded 8tates. Every facility will
be afforded for postal accommodation! In tht
seetlon.
Tbere Is ft ereatdeal of noil nn thm w. r..
r.,k l a ij . ii
.-T. i H1n .. ,t0 ld"rtr "e principal
u vtiij uiuiuuuj iu mi wit or vninn m th
UM lDe reMI troops at Harper's Ferry to
II u w I, m nua. ,
N.ut i ; . .
. .'- . ' ' "
Bit nigut.
Ibere la no doubt the Government bu sent
out advance parties to take such measures re-
garaing tne railroad bridges, &o as to Im
pede ta aavance or tbe Confederate troops.
Col. Ellsworth's remains
conveyed to tbe East Room of the President's
House, where tbey He In state.
[Tribune's Dispatch.]
I
I
respectable cltiten from Fairfax
says in
his district 74 rotes were cast for the Union,
nri 'J 1 I I
w nnuuii.
. ......n wucm we uauai vote is i.auu,
tbere were only 800 votes for acmaalnn .nJ en I
for the Union.
0KrBaio toib yesteraay in Uoiontown, I
Clarksburg. Clavville. Graftnn. Ra.ai. p I
The State Department has
patches whatever from our legations abroad.
Tbe assertion that Great Britain has refused
toacoeptour recognition of tharami
the Paris Congress, reepecilog privateering, is ft
notion, devised and oubliahed for tii mn., mi.
vuieroos purposes.
Th. ...... -e fl . , .,
borbood of Arllogion and AlexaSdri. ha? nf
.mlStike 'nl Ale"Ddri, bot 'n"T
Col Ellsworth's fnneral tnnk nl.. ,kt.-...
t .1.- v i " . . r .""uura,
avenger or Ellsworth. He carried theldentl
cal Secession flag torn down by the deceased.
n ji0,4 ih p'Went, Secretaries 8ew-
.ua uiiu, uu vuioen oi juaves, in car-
rlffa. lha ml lit.. Jr. aii.i i n
""" worn ai nan maat and dramul 1
in mmi.1. ... r
' x
30 P. MAo account lust receive fmm
uiu seems 10 do trutniui, savs tbe
Aslllsial M f h A m laam At . k.ttl. . i . , " m .
'-.- luwn was tnat in red.
eri picaei were arivtn in by tbe secessionists
Tbe latter were put to flight.
0 f. M Some of the troops who so hastily
""f'he river tbltj afternoon have returned
d-emoTe'ra
which loroes can be thrown Into Virginia.
m....u8 untuiDj, ioaproceeuioes.how.Tar.1
I
[Special to the Tribune.]
Advlaea rrum Fii,m Rf... .....
was intended to make weneral attM.k . o,"
Dltterleaon Tnaadao nloht. knt tk. .,,..u -.. I
deferred, after a consultation between Commit. I
dore Btringham and Gen. Butler. I
i. is not snown wbat time operations will
commence. Everything is prepared for move-
"" moment a nonce.
lb Cumberland, Perrv and Yankee Stat
will engage the battery, acting In conjunction
with force landing from rropellers.
[Special to the Post.]
czpeoted that the Government fora
will BOOB aavanc Into tbe Interior of Vlralnln.
''o
o-ali
secession, but tbe rebel troops marched Into
town the next day and drove away tbe Union
IM1 ,"Ld i be concentrating force.
about IS miles below Alexandria, far nn
Advices from Culpepper state that tha rtui.
are determined to make an tffjrtto disledse
tbe federal troops.
[Special to the Commercial.]
n
!
¬
oral anlhorltles on the Railroad from Alexan
drla to Leesburg
Thl PmMm .ktl. .... ..
... ..V.IM.U,, iruiiv nuuvmpaayins; me re
mtiMof Ellsworth to tha c. ZZJTL
a courier of stirring hostilities on tbe Virginia
side. . ,, .,. .....
Gsn. Mansfield was atmllarl atvl.it.
this was the foundation of the military move
ments here to day.
. . i . . rl Jr. . a ..
A dense smoke was meanwhile seen on tbe
beard here
,i ""iugra neignw, na oannonadingwas
Rli. I . "O
au lazier, nowavar. m inniM 1
mlnul tun,: the formee wa. nroh.hi; .
namnflrn , r v.-- -1
camp or. . ' r I
iumia.17 autnoriiie to guard aiainst tbe an
gjf secessionist; 1. everywhere mant-
Capture of Sewall's Point Con.
Butler—Federal Loss 84, and Rebel
Butler—Federal Loss 84, and Rebel Loss Between 300 and 400, Killed
and Wounded—600 Prisoners Taken
—300 Rebel Pickets
—300 Rebel Pickets Captured—Skirmish at Arlington Heights.
WASHINGTON, May 25, M.
steamer Yank" irrltBfl in.riaa rMN.
a-..graj)V VHV1M I llVUI I
Fortress-Monroe. -8be-brings tbe report that
Oen. Bullae yesterday oatxumd Snwall'a Pnlnt. I
with lose of 84 killed and wounded. Tbe
cuouij tusi osiweea ouu ana 4UU killed and I
wounded. Many priioneit were taken per-
U. WUW. ........
Tbe War DeDtrtraenthaa Informatlnn tn th
lame effect.
On Thursday eveninc. tha venln' nlnVata
near tba fortress were surprised, and 300 taken
nrlannura. - " '
No donbt ft skfrmlth took place between fed
eral and secession nickels near Arllnvtnn
tr.!nkt. a. , -- o
The Fire Zouaves Executing Vengeance
at Alexandria.
WASHINGTON, May 25.
The Midnight TYmes' dlsnatch save a vantl
man Just arrived from Alexandria says the Fire I
Zsuaves have commenced exsontlnw thaie
threats of vengeance, and have already shot I
three violent aeoessloolsts. The Deoole of Alex-
andrht, who were sympathising with Jackson.
bave been comnelled to flaa fur thair iiwa. .
I
The Rebel Battery at Aquia Creek
Completely Demolished.
Completely Demolished. NEW YORK, May 25.
Tbe rTorlfft dispatch says reDorte have reached
the olty that a United 8utas steamer bad an
engagement to-day with the battery at Aqala
Creek, completely .demolishing it. The men
iron tne steamer went on snore and raised an
Amerloan flag. This Is tbe only battery be
y,'e0 Washington and Fortress Monroe. ,,
Resignation of the Attorney General
of Pennsylvania.
HARRISBURG, May 25.
t Attorney General Purvlanoe ha resigned.
In bis letter to tba Governor he saysi For
reasons which ippwel w my talf-reepeot. I can
boi oooseul to ootitlooa anyloqgar In oonneoUoit
with your sdmlultu6Uoa.l; . . .
ii i
NEW YORK, May 25.
AoontrAothM bretl made for eighteen rifled
Cinnon fnw flan, fllnklaa' hrlv.rl.
No Trains Running over the Baltimore
and ohio
Cars and Employees Arrested
at Harper's Ferry—Hostilities
Rumored to be Going on There—
Affairs at Fortress Monroe—Gen.
Butter's Movements—Sewall's
Butter's Movements—Sewall's Point to be Attacked Again—Three Guns
Killed there the Former Attack.
BALTIMORE, May 25.
I
No trains were ran over tbe Baltimore St,
Ohio
Kail road last night or.to day.
Eleven engines and large number of cart
nave been detained at Haroer's Ferrv.
Forty nine men emoloved on trains have been
ftrrestea at Harper's f erry, ana are now In J all
" rumored that hostilities are now going
uu at uarper rerrj, out lucre i notning nen-
I Olt U Vet
I T.L - i u.i.ij i i r n .
a us euuuouer Aueiaiue arnrsa irom fortress
Monroe tbl morning. A correspondent of the
Associated Frees there sends tbe following!
FORTRESS MONROE, May 24.
yesterday In Hamptor. at the bead or regi
ment, on ft reconnolaf i ' se.
The rebels attended to burn tbe Long
Bridge, but were frustrated by the activity of the
ovaoce Boards.
. w "
To-day (Friday) he extends the reconnolsance
several miles up tne peninsula between James
Th Troy li Vermont Regiments have en.
vawivu uvai aioiAi iuu
The Harriet Lane bas gone to Charleston.
Tbe blockading squadron off Fortress Monroo
consists of tbe MionesoM, Cumberland, Yan
see, etar (lormerly Montioello;, Uuaker City
a omer email crait.
i
Tbere are several prisoners in the harbor.
Upon tbe arrival of the frigate Mississippi.
u expected active operations will be taken
gainst Bewaira roint
Jo tbe action or last Sunday, tbrse of the four
I ..... .u i- ..j j .
I luero warn uiiiuuuuwu, auu in nail ft
dcten men were killed. The battery was to
"An n th inr.e
The Mlohigan Regiment is expected soon
i r.H ur..L . a i i -
inim n HuwiHin. Aug several regimenie irom
..un AWft Mill uwwai
Later—No Hostilities at
BALTIMORE, May 25, P. M.
auo weaiera train is mst in. Tba re
ports from Harper's Ferry of hostilities are te
tany unrounded.
Gov. Letober bas detained the coal trains and
nanas belonging to tbem.
. Jonn Merriman, a worthy and respectable cl ti
tixen oPBltimore oountv. was arrested last niirht
j uovernment omners, ensrged witb burning
L " . . p
u uriugw on me nortnern ventral Kaiiroad.
Ha waa taken tA Fn.t MkHm It 1.
stood he acted by uthority of tbe Mayor and
ooe commissioners.
BALTIMORE, May 25, P. M. Movements of the Federal and Rebel
BALTIMORE, May 25, P. M. Movements of the Federal and Rebel Forces.
[Special to Herald.]
BALTIMORE, May 24.
tbB erecUon of ,eTW' "d 'O'midable bftt
provetobe terieenear Norfolk, and tbere were 15,000
. The steamer Norfolk has arrived.
Gen. Butler left Fertreea Monroe yesterday,
with 4,000 troops In propellers, snd landed them
near Lindhaven.
An officer Just from Washington says the
War Department received to-day acoounts of
wwi Hstinu nwiuia ana aewau a roint.
A gentleman from Riohmond, yesterdays' says
there are 12,000 troops there, and that they are
arriving on every train. Two regimenta from
North Carolina arrived wbile ha was tber. and
two from South Carolina left on tbe same train
be started on, but turned eff to to the left at
layiorsviue.
IbU would take them to Gordoosville, and
.1 l.li . . .
uirT prguauiT WSII ID DSDDH
tk...;...in.. f.V V .it
L,.T,,?r"e.nc0'Gen - Johnston t Harper's
Ferry Is confirmed.
Two Kentucky regiments were ordered to re
inforce the Virginians at Point cf Rocks yester
day. Tbey were throwing up entrenchments
on the heights last night.
two nunarea soldiers from Federal mil
a m. : ' . "
"nry
hich was taken to tbe magazine in Fort
Further Foreign News by the Etna.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH TO QUEENSTOWN.
TUWN.
London MARiT-Thnradv. lfiTk. .,iu
of cotton to-day were 7,000 bales, inclndinr
a.UUO to speculators and exporters. Breadstnffs
steady. Frovlsions steady. The latest sales of
American etockt on Thursday werei Illinois
Central, 39(338 dliconnts Eiia R. R. 2192-
U 8. 6's h7. .dv.nced la per cent. '
LivitrooL Maskit Sales of cotton on Man.
day and Tuesday reached 13.000 bales, inolnd.
lo 3.0W t speculators and exptrters. Manchat
"r uuiaygraoiej maraei 0011 DUt
rm, with partial advance
Co. rettort flonr ateadv.
extra State at 28a. 6J.29.3d.j wheat Arm;
red western advanced 3d., quoted at lis. 6d.Q
I3i lOd.i white aulet at Hi. 61: corn firm.
GJ U' 35.-, whit.
35s.35s. 6d. Wakefield, Nash & Co. report
ea woesi ateaay; oorn nas an advancing ten
dency, and holders demand an advance of 1
6d.) provisions generally steady; beef end pork
firm; bacon dull; lard dull at5255i.; tallow
quiet but ateady;cheete declined l3s., with
large arrivals; pearls 38; sugar quiet; coffee
steady.
London Mabxit. Wheat bas an upward
tendency, with partial advance of Is on good
qualities; Inferior dull flour firm and advanced
at 6Jis for American; sugar quiet; coffee
firm; tea firm; money generally unchanged,
tbere bas been a heavy drain of gold for the
American market; consols oloed on Tuesday
at 9l9li money at 93(393 for aooouot
Stookai Ul.O 38);38 discount; Erie 803l;
. 1 . u 90W01. Later idverpooi cotton mar
nr.j . n i . . . nn . .
"V.,T - r."" '" D,
laeiuuiog ,uuw ta speculators ana exporters tne
mark At nln.lns w... rinll . AU. 1J
In th. n,iu.h n..n. t .a mx.
JSSJS 17!
wit uauauiwuu, uau acceptea in annexation 01
tbe eastern portion of tbe Island of St. Domin
go to her possessions, tnd tbal government bad
given assurances that African slaver' should
not be re-established on that Island.
The Cotton Growing Company of Jamaica
has determined to plant several thousand aorea
forthwith, so that tha oroo mav ba dcllvarad In
MDoheitr hefarti that And of thm
' ' - WWW Wa J W
There were vague reporte current that Eng.
land and France bad agreed to recommend Aua
,tU to ced Venetla to Italy for money and
rruonai consiaerations.
The Sultan of Turkey was also to receive
money consideration.
Spain has ordered six new screw war frigates
of the first class, In order that she may be su
perior on tbe eea to tbe American flag.
It is authoritatively stated that the negotia
tions for tbe withdrawal of the French foices
from Rome are approaching a conclusion.
From Kansas.
LEAVENWORTH, May 25.
west of Ksotat, comprising 6 companies of
oavalry and 5 of infantry, under oommand of
juieutenant ioi. emery, are witnio ft few days
meroh of this city, with all means of transpor
Ution and plenty of subsistence. Onthefroo
l,er Jn'7 msle a rapid retrograde maroh, and
captured 25 Texana who had been dogging the
hoopt tome time. They were held prisoners
one dav. and dlschsrged. - i- ...
ine regiment oi aansas volunteers ror 3
service is oeiog mustered, it is not
known by the State miliUry authorities wheth
er any $ months volunteers will be accepted by
tbe Government.
. . F. Conway has been nominated for re
election to Congress from this State.
From New York.
Niw Yox, Mty 85. The ship North Ctro
Una, from Havre, for Norfolk, baa arrived here,
e prise to the Minnesota. Tbe sobeonere Trop
, n.-j a n.i.t . . ... . r
iu oiro, uuuer oriiun ooiors. ana tna rioneer.
owned in Riohmond, have been captured end are
en route nere.- v
' The steamers Artgo end Kangaroo sailed for
Biorope to-aay. . . ' '
Tbe prise bark Octavlft bu arrived here from
Hampton Roads. .., .... i'..j.. i ,
Among the Arago's pansngers was Mr. J add
minister to rrnsst. ; . n
The Great Eastern took J 94 passengers.' ,
Col. Allen's regiment embarked In the steam
tr Ariel for Fortress Monroe.
From Louisville.
LOUISVILLE, May 25.
are flying at half mast, la consequence of fhe
.
death or uot. EHswortn - - ?i
4 Mollis Jaoksoa wow tbe best three mile rtoe
with full' weight --evef won in Amerloa, at
Woodlawn Course, to-day. Time, 6;35:
8:34il
9:SHX. Bberrod was ft gooa seoona.
The Border 8tate Convention meets at Frank.
fort on Mowf iy.vv1 .
From New Orleans.
NEW ORLEANS, May 25.
on the 12th
inst . Drought itf.uuu in specie. .
' Olaoltllan letters sy tiit gold is taken from
tbe waters or tbe Malaiinga diggings. Very
rich discoveries are made, end great excitement
prevails regarding tbe .discovery. , Business la
uui&. r r- . , - - ;
Texas advices furnish very glowing accounts
or tne gram crop prospect.1 ,'. ,
Men and Munitions for Fort Pickens.
BOSTON, May 25.
The armed steamer "South Carolina" aaiM
last night for Fort Pickens, taking a crew of 137
men, also luu seamen, rortne Beet, to supply
tne piaoee or those wnose enlistment nas expir-
eo. Hne also takes out several ten Incb mor
tars, rifled cannon, and other war munitions.
BUFFALO, May 25.
Flags are flflnr at half mast In this and all
cistern cities ror tbe deatn ot Uol ciiswortb.
Great indignation and sorrow are expressed for I
nis murder.- ' l-
SANDY HOOK, May 25.
Tbo Great Eastern paased over tbe bar this I
morning, outward bound,
BALTIMORE, May 25.
A large body of troops came over the North. I
era Central road tbls evening for Washington, I
THE MARKETS.
New York Market.
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NEW YORK, May 25.
AWBtS steadv and naebanred: ealea of It hht..t
IS 37 par pots; (503 for pearl. '
fLODR racalota of 13.840 i-ble: narkat a ahada Arm.
en salts of 8680 bbls at B5S)SI IU for inn. (.
SKSIS5fnr extra state, BS(3 10 forsno. western,
S320SS3 31 for oomoon to food sup.; $i (3B)(3ao
or saippiDf ormnoa fj nounu unio uooa. "anadfaa
flour rather mora steadyl sales of 330 bbla at as BOX a 4
n w www
B7X I LOUB-steady at S3 10Sg for common
ohoica suDer&n.
to
wnis. p mmI.Ii .e aniao v.. .i. . .... .
1e per bush bettar; chiefly medlugs and food aradet!
salts of 73000 bath at tl 10. si BOfer MU slab; tl W
for white Mho; l S3 for red tute.
BYB qaiet andanehannd; small sales alOSo.
BARLEY doll, and wlihout ohaag I prior.
CORN recripts of 100 340 boih: markrt lrziOn hHm,-
sale, of 33,000 buahatSSs for old mini western; and
4l(345c for new do.
OATS firm at 31(K34c for western Canadian and
State.
PORK dull, ealea ,f 370 bhla At WIT f ..a
19 f13 for prim. '
-unonuged. .
OUT UIATS unchanged.
I ARDdull and heavy; sales 250 bb Is at 39X o.
BITTER la fairreauaat at fitaiis. rn. nhi....A liv
It lor But. I..
ClIleBHB-stoaJyat J38o.
WHISKY quiet and unchanged; sales at lev.
COTTON market flaiet andaDud t.la. nr sun mn
bales maklug up lands al 13.
COriBB inseUr and nominal In lha .hmnt .e
Ules.
8UOABS quiet.
MLLA8Abaraauletlthnullmnnjt.nl ,-h.n.
8T00KS better with modaraia ha.inM. mA
exchmge without any newfeatur or activity. Bankers
uu- vui m aiwusiiiv; iUOKrtp WJMi
opening Michigan al: liarlem 11; uuoaos 34X; NY
Central 1) Delaware Ac Hudson 84; Pa Mail 61W;
Brie 811 Penauia 1WI; Beading 30(: Oalena c Chic
5JIH United BtateiS'a87; rnittared do 88. Coupons eU
K,?1'. 0ni" 7fl: Kentucky 6's W; Tenneaate
; Virginia 49; I o bonds tO; Mo K; 0 X
sinking funds U)i. ...
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, May 25.
la actrcel anvlhlnr dnln mi In in. ....
Wool clip. Dealers atill refrain from axlnw nrlc th.t
affoid a criterion ot the market.
LOUK ha no new trad. Tha salaa, u htretoforet
are mainly to a direct oontumpttr trade eauatly laoat
and rune moetty on tbe better qualities; tupeifln Is
ww au, wai can probably be had lower:
' v-.-i. w. .win mh wnia 19.
WHBAT-r-iad muet needs be very good to bring tl.
It is hant tu ovar S8o for a fair article of prime
while ordintry gradee racgast f i K3(L Hnbrtm and
cnoicw at i uiij xu.
CORN is dull: and distillers ar not dispoasd to pay
vrr uiwhku Minn ogia mm ICWM man JJO.
OATS are eaally had al S7o.
B RLEI there la no maiktt-RTB-ls
nominally a noted at 50c.
WHISKY doeenot very from ISo Ihoush there Is
no riuiivy in iu mmraei. Va. VOm, Jttay Hi.
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Cleveland Market.
FRIDAY, May 24, 1861.
H0TJR stcaly. Bales of double eztree from hit
wheat, at i 5iv5 83, according to quality; and SO bbls
noaon v vu. .
WHB AT Ilrm, with sales la advene. Three ears red
ca track sold at B I H. and 1 d at SI 13. Whit Is
wanted and worth B I SO.
COUN the market remalnadnll for lanr iota, whlla.
by the oar load, for city ate, holders ar able to get good
yuov.. m ! ora a, wo. on craci.
uaxa aiaaay. Bales cl ears at see.
BYB dull at We.
HIoaWINB-dulli with tales cf SO bbls at lSc.
BOaS-dnllwIthaalesstee.
SALT is lelllDl at Bl 42 for flna from dork, and
IKSdsliveiedoncare. ' -
Buffalo Market.
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May 25.
Ttbrra flrmbnt enchanitd." Wbsat closed firmer.
alee of 17.IKK)butbtl nonhwestera olub at We; 8,000
buihels prim No B Chicago 'prlng at 8I0. Ooaa firm
no ealee. B As tales of 11 000 bashels wwttern at SOU
Canal Funds unchanged Hoar aula af SO 000 bnshols.
Wheat 000 bothele. Corn atrial wporte9.0U0 butbeltl
Flour SO.000 bushels; Wbsat 59,000 bushels; Con 11 OCO
kutbsls.
CAHADIAS ft UBTIZD STATES MAIL
' STEAMERS
TO ANDfHOn
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW.
Liverpool, ; Montreal; Quebec,
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3MJU W
The Montreal Ooean Bteamahln OomnanT'a Srat-alnia
tall-powered Olyds-imllt Stouter aail ewerf Sat
urday from PORTLAND, carrying the Canadian and
unites, ntaiea ouu ana paesenanr.
HOKWBOIAW, WORTH AM1TH0AH,
BOBBHIAN, ANOLO-8AXOM,
NOBTH BRIIOK, - - HIBBUNIAN,
CAM AD LAN, . NOVAS0OIUN.
8b wr teat, Cheapest andQalckctGea
veiaace iratea
AbTEBICA TO ALL PAETf OF XTTB0PB.
Ratea of l?SNoge to Europe,
r 830. eeso.
Will sail from lIVEBPOOb arerr Wedweday
and from QUBBBO e)Try Saturday . ealliniat
LONSONDBBKy, to receive on board and land Mailt and
Passengers, to 1Dd froa Ireland and Bootland.
KTTheae Bteaaaers ar built of itoa. in watwr-tl(ht
oomparimtnia, cany eacn an xprronod enrteon, an
every attention Is paid to the comfort and aooommoda-
tlon of piteengers. As they proceed direct to IrON DON
DB BY, the peat risk and delay of allin at St. Joha's
la avoided.
eiastow waassasertars fsnlsMd with rata naataa
U..VI. MJ W, .IV.. II.WHn.1,, .i
Beium tickeie (ranted at reduced rates.
OertlSoateo lataed for carrylnc to and brlnslBg ant pas
sengers from all tne principal towns oruroat Britaia aad
Ireland, at reduced ralao, by this line cf steamer, and
by the WASHINGTON LINB Of BAIUNQ FAOKaTB,
lea Tin r uTerpooi evtry wet.
Sight Draft far t and upward ar
' ,-, . .t- laad er Vfaue.
Tor pasts re, apply at the Offloe. S3 BROAD
Wit, New York and 1 WATER ST.,
l.iverfi . . -.
, $ABXt k UKABlJt General igtnt, '
Or ir- i i J. R. ARMSTRONCi
olO-lydfcw Btateeman Offloe, Oolnmbaa, Ohio.
"KM. WimAMS & CO.,
Front Street, Setreen SUte and Iowa.
THB OLD OABKIAOB
SHOP Is still rannlne, and althonah '
lb prossar ol late years has sal heavily
noon nr rannlne (ears, the It still tarn-'
ont those enlendld PHATONft. BOOKAWAT8. and
PRIN0B AXBBBT'S BlUfTINO TOPS and NO-TOP
BUQQIltS, OARKIAQBS, XXPRBBS, SKBUTON,
DHMOOKAT and OROOKRT WAGONS, SUAIX OMNI
B08BB and BAOKB. Twenty yean steady annfao
tnrint has tvea mi work a wkW-epered repnmtioa
tnroann in ooaia aau tw, ,
W therefor deem It nnneoessary to say any thing
la regard to tbe quality af r work. W WAaaAwr
rnav Tanicu. W PM as 1100. TorBoaaiaa frost
a aua.. . ' ' ' '
Daalars oaa M frirnlthed wllh any aaoant ot work at
short Mttoa, ao at Bwes lowtr toaa can a bought any
wncrtin tn neti. ceoona nana aaggts ttMft IB
MunMirorhawwqrl.r "
irTBepttrlne dosa atu and at sherf actic. Vm
tcry oa ireat, Mtwa Bat sad Xwa I tree la, Oelaav
taLOhw.
I ltTAU ostaleaUont will rseerv pmspt aUenttoa,
Aug. u-vv a. at. WAitfeAAata t w.
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PRINIINO ESTABLISHMENT
Bavlnf lacreastd M alrealr
EXTEHIIVE FACILITIES,
Is fully sreparas to acetate la tbe
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MOST ELABORATE MANNZB,
AMD a
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THE LATEST STYLES,
CATAUKtTTEl,
B&txrs,
BILLS LAEIN9,
BILL HEADS,
CIBOULilU), .
FAMFHLIT3, '
uttis rrsACg,
LIQAL BLANKS,
DBAT BIOIIPTt, .
LAB XLS, CARDS,
INTKLOriS,
MORS,
DRAFTS,
CHECKS,
RAILROAD, INSURANCE,
And very description ef
LETTER PBESS PBIXTTTro,
fqual to. am? fstaUlshment In the Btat, audi upon
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tents which will oompara ravorably with the
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leadlDf eastern Printing Houses. - '
Eevvina vary KaoUityJlo aid Us
!! THB nODVOTKN or
ELEGANT POSTERS
A!D
HIGHLY ILLUMINATED
SHOW- CARDS,
offer our earless to all who may desire that class
of
We bar connected with rarhtabllshaent a
BLANK BQQK BINDERY,
from which we produce tire
XUxxesBt XSleinlK. Work
ABO THB MOST
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BAIL BOAS SIAHK S0OS8.
OUR ESTABLISHMENT
Is to besdmltted
1-hb trcer
COMPLETE HV FACILITIES,
ARB TO MOST .
ERrECT-Iir ORGAfTIZATIO
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In this City, a4 w may add,
WE WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE
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BIGIIAItB lOtTINB,
HENEYTOW,
' WaslnUa4BaaTMalrla , . .
Foreign & Domestic Cigars,
ABB MWT SWAjrOS
Smoking ft Chiwini Tobacco.1 ''-
Also, the test qsal.tr ef KCUITt aoistutlw
- 'est una. t
lDOoatry Hankaat see krvlMtttaU Most par
ohaaing eltewher. , ;
NO. 4 EAST THIRD STREET, I
Mala, eel lyeamori, " .
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CrNCSNNATX, t-
OT1I.I.1 SnJLw7K,I ITBLIiA
O SHAWLS 1 1 la elk dslrbwo)ort, and at vary
grant bargataa
BAIN Bt BOS.
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Jf, 9 loath IHah street.
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StreigtHeaiii' Cordial uTBloo.
Ua Baaaaar 1st Tka dsns.
Monioiijcioui
: Am
CELIOHirUL1
oomial . ,
EVER TAKEN.
TTiaSTBIOT-
c A If a scfenUae and
, Tsfetable Compound,
Utloao Booli.Bart
'land Briu, i Talloa
' Dock. Blood ' Koot.
SAMsptrill, Wild
0bn7 Bark and Din-
miio enMfs into Its'
Before Taklnur. amiv' m.wua After Taking.
prlnetpl ol sack Inrradlent It thoroughly extracted ht
I ay nw BMtfaod of dUUIUns. piwloalojt. daUdrua. ci
bilenUsg spirit, and lha Boat WfALLIBLk lamedy (oi
anoratliil lh dlasaaad antem. and Matorlnr 'ha alsk.
nfftriD and deblUUted INVALID to HIAliTIf and
I BCUNQ1H. ' '
IClEAI'S STREKOTHENINO COIL
DIAt,
MO affaotaally ears
UTBk
OOMPliAIMT, DYBPBP8IA, JAUND10B.
Ohrontoer Ktrvoua IMouit, iihMaaas f lh Kldnayi
ad all dlMaass ariatn Croat a dlaordaraJ Llvtr ar Htoa
aoh, PyMptia, Baartbani, laward Pllaa, AoWity or Blot
I noaa or tha ttoaiaah, rullnaaa of Blood t Vam Hea J, Dal
pun oi awunnuit la the Uaad. faU..ttioa or lbs Heart
nllaeaaar Webrtil In tha Btaaaeii. Sou ametatlnn.
Ohokint or auffooaUajr faoUnt whaa lying down . Drrnea
or laiiowneasor waOKlaand ayes. Nlgnl Bwoata, Id
Ward raven. Pain In tha amall of tha bask, ahait or ilda.
Buddan f Itubea of Beat, Dapreasion of Bplrita, Frightful
v reams, uniraor, ueapowMncy or any aarroaj Viaaaaa
Bore or Blotches on the Bkln. and fever and Anna (at I
unuisana vever.,
Over st nmiea of ttattlea
Bavsbeea sold darlni tha last six months and in no In.
otanoe has It failed tat rint entire eatltfaetto . Who,
hib, win moor irom waacieaa or vemuiy wnea Mo
LBAN'B BTiLBNOTlLBNIMw OOBOIAL will erne youl
' Nn Italia ! SI fan Aaawra sin aulaMBwaaataa lataaa. vJ tl.n I
dlat and almost minculou ehang produced by laklot
this Cordial In the dlseaaed. debilitated and shattered
nervous system, whether brobea down by eicete, weak by
nature, or Impaired by eickneat, the relaxed and unttranr
organisation Is ret to red to lta prlatln health and vigor.
JflARitlED PEUSONH.
Or others conscious of Inability, from whatever cause,
will find ktcLaaa BtreagUienlng Cordial a therouiih
recenerator of tha ayaum; and all who may hare Inlured
rhcmealroc by Improper indkhtencea. will find In rh o
dial a certain and speedy remedy. , ,
Ta tba Ladle.
McLean's Strengtheain? Cordial
XI sovereign and speedy cure for
inCIPIENTCUNSDrtlPTlUN, WHITES
Obttraoted orDlfflculr Menstruation, incontlnene of
Urine or Involnntery Discharge thereof. Balling of the
Womb, Olddlnees, Bain ting and all Diseases Incidne t
lemalee.
There Is ae Klitaks About it.
(offer OS lmrrr. TakU aodbrdlni'to Dlmetlnn.. It
Will atlmulate, etrengthen and Invigorate you and cause
tka bloom of health to mount your cheek again.
vary soul I wamnM to give aauaactloa.
' 7 EOtt- CHIEDttEN. ,
If vour children are atcklr. imn. nr alfllr(rl. MrT.MnV
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robust. Dels
not s moment, try it, and you will be convinced.
IT IS DELICIOtJH TO TAKE,
Oaotioi. Bewar nf Bmrrtim or DuUn whn n...
try to paint upon yoa aoaM BUter er Saraanarilla tret)',
which they can bay cheap, bytaytni It to Just as good.
AvoM such men. Aak for fclcLeaa's Strengthening Cor
dial, and take nothing aha. It Is the only remedy that
will purify the blood thorouhlw and at tha um. tin.
Strengthen the system.
One tablespoonful taken every morning fastlnf. Is s
certain preventive of Cholera, Chills and fever, fellow
rover, or any prevalent diseases. It Is pnt up la kanra
bottles. "
Trier only II per bottle, or ( battles for IS. -
J. H. McLBAN,
- ' Bel Proprietor of this Oordlal,
AUo HcLaan Volnnle OH I.lnln.n,.
Pricdnal Denot on theasmarorThlnluiA PluMMh.
St. Louts. Mo. ' .' : I .' .-
McLean's Voleanlc Oil Liniment. .
The best LlrdtEMt In the World. Tha only iia and
certain ours for OaiMera. Piles. Bwelllnn and Rmn.
ehltis, or Goitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weakness of the
Muscles, Onronle or Inflammatory Rheumatism, Stiff
neas of the joints, contracted Muscle or Ligaments.
Barache or Toothache, Brulaee, Sprains, Wounds, Froth
Outa, Dicers, ferer Bores, Oak
ked 1
r Breast Bore Nipples,
Burns, Scalds. Bore Thoat, or any Inflammation or
i. Bore Thoat, or
how severe, er I
I. McLean'a Cell
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ain.
omerenc now severe, er now loni
nff
the disease may
bav existed. McLean's Oelebrated Liniment it a cer
tain remedy
Thoomnds of human beinrt hara baan inirl a Ufa nf
aactapiuu ana misery try ibe ue or Uiie inTtlnabl mad-
on. ...
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
LINIMENT
Will teller naln almost lnatantanaonalr. and It wll
etoanaa, parlfy and heal the foulest sorts in an locredi
V snort urn.
rer Bar sutd Other Aalmal.
tfcLean t eelebrated Llnhnant It tha ant aafa mnA wm.
Babl remedy for theenre of Bparln, King Bona, Wind
galls, Splints, TJnnataral Bumpa, Nodes or BwelUngs. II
will never fall to cur Big Bead, Poll Bril, yittala. Old
rannlna Bores or Sweeny. If nrooerlw aoDllrrl. nr
Bprelns, Braises, Be re tones. Bone or Wounds, Oncked
Haele, Chafet, Baddl orOollar Galls it It aa Infallible
remedy. Apply It aa directed, and a ear Is certain in
vvwry inamno.
Than trite ne lonnr with the man worthless Lint
menu efered to you.. Obtain a supply of Dr. McLean's
oeieoraiea iiinunent. it will cure you.
J. HrHcLEAN, Sol Proprietor,
Oomer ef Third and rlns Stmts, Bt. Loots, Ho.
for sale by all druggist.
Cor sale by KOBBRTS A IAMT7IL,
Bg9S-d4kwly Oolombu. Ohk.
Baltimore Clothing House.
IlllISS ct3 T1T.TT1VT-
KAjiorACTCBias abb wbousalb bsaum a
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
No. 308 W, Baltimore-street,
(avians uaiaTT aw bowaxd,)
T B AXTI JttORE, Aid.
Urge Atsortment ol Pise and rnrnlshlng
Beotu cwstBBtlT ea Hand'
Oetsuiy . ,
G. DOYLE & CO.
Manufacturers sxi Wholes tils Dealers In
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Northwest Corner of High and Cay Sts.,
Vibto. ex,
COL.V IHUIJIhu...
.......OHIO.
"A targ Blec ef Tin and Staple floods on haad."
SUNDRIES
FAsPA'
TAPJOCO,
Arrow Koot,
BcetchOatiiel
Split Peas
Bioarionr
Ptarl Barley
Cracked Wheat
Oooo
Oreaa f irta.
Ilgs
Bead tats Balsln
Dhoaolat
Broma,te.
soda
Prunes
Vtaah Tomatoes
flrMn tlnr. ...
raaohe
ffnth Oann'4 Fruits f evtry. deeorlptien;
wwiiiee uf an ainuai
, VlavorlngKxtractiofallMrtj. .
..Una Dropa; nixed Oandles:
Almonds, Vllberta, Peocn Nuts,
English Walnata, Bnall Mats, etc,
boSt wm Mcdonald.
LafllM' Linen Pocket-Hudk'i.
HBRinf EDBTITOIIEO LIKEIt HAND
kerehiefs vry wd hem.
Baibroldered Line Handk's ail prices. . I
Ileaaed Btilchedand plain do, do. it.
do 4 oolored border. '
Mourning do . black bordei
,'. 4 ! d Z J newttyl cross stitched. ;
Pine Apple do new pattern.
MiteeP Ma ael Beamed Stitched 4 all nrloee.
CeaaprMor the saoet atleet ateortanntla the olty and
Minwtetprtoee. - - aA? bun,
1 a, a xmtn nig attwet,
ADTlBTUltUHT.
Mini;'
.Tat lb IK8TAKT KaUXl
and PIRHIKINT CUM of th
etstiwastsff omplalnt as ' ' i
.a f. . . -. K tk 'BH Bfr'' j . :.
IIOICDIAL CiaARSTTKI,
Mad twQ. B. UTafOTJB. CO., 107 Waaaa Si., K. T.
rne i pet boa) sent It y pet. '
f)B BALI AT Atl DICeaiStS
REfBt.t.A'FIT; SJK lWATI".PBOOr
CLOAK O LOTUS. - A Us. tbav makes of Sprlnf
Cloak Cloth hi all desirable mliuire Mlodln, ta-
tart and Button I amlek. Ain m eun,
- aprila Ha. BSSwnUi Ulhtlrwt
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MALTRSB dk TnRRAD LACK WITTS)
af tiMiat aalitlea for Ladles; ale. Mleeee' kfltta
agraatTariwty BALK'S
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Aa ezptrltaesd Murss and laaiale Phyaloiaa, praMCU
ww BlHUIHIII m SUOUHri, Hf
SOOTHING SYRUP,
FOR CHILDREW TP.WTiirvn
Which graatly faeilltatM tha nmu, nl te.,ki..'k.
ALt5pAiff""t dtt"E lnnamm.U-;ii,,t,Uv
ALL rAlM and ipaniodio aoUon, and Is - .
'PHETOUFflCMTBTHR BOWK,,
Drfnd Dnon IL nntn.1. I, m i i. .
Ul ' " i""oyowieivis
RMIEP ASS HEALTH TO YOTJg UPAJTll.
We hare pnt up and sold this article for over ten mar.
and CAN BAY. IN OONriUHNnn unVim.''
what we hara never been able to say of any otbar awln.
sine NIVKR HAS II VAlLKD, IS A INOLB UiVr.
ANOl, TO BflOT A OCBM, h.n tlJirf.K.!.
tr did we know aa loatanoa of dleaMUIaetlon bTanv ana
ho aaed It. On tbo oontrary, all aredellahted with lu
oparattons, and speak in terms of oommendaUon of Us
ugicai corais ana meaicai nnaee . w speak In ihi.
sutler "WBAT WB DO KltOW;" after ton yeara1" imi
rlenoa AND PLKDOB OUB KIPUTATION f OR TlIB "
f CLILLUBNT Of WBAT WB HBRB DKOLAKB In
almoat every Intunca when tba Id taut la aullsrini froa
pain and axnauitlon. relief will be found In Sfuaaor
twenty in Id a let after tbedyrup la admlnlatered.
TbU valuable preparation la the preeortptloo of one of
the aoet BXPBRIKNOKDand BKILLrOL NUB'BSIa
,!! ItXHS&J haa been need with NXVBJt fAIl
t. . ''MWtJ"lOw OF OASES.
Itnotonly relierea tbe child from pain, out Inrlror
atee the stomaeb and bowela, eorreou aoldity. and ilrm
woe ana energy to the whole system. It will almost III
stantly rehev
BBiPisTO W THB BOWbOS, AM WINO COLIC
and overcome convulsions, wmeh. If not apmdn.
uivii, vuu in ueaw. rra ceiiere II UC UHT and BDIt.
8T "MDY IN THB WORLD, in all eaeee of Of i
BNTEliY and blARHlIlKA IN nnrinns-u
, . , . . - wuvuml
arm irom icawiog, or irom any other canes. '
1? f n'V molh" w,'", a child snffcrloe from
VJLH"''. ?5ElV,.,Tiw I'M VoilB
.r,f aL. f HWUBIuBSOB 01UBB&
" " J mm launmi CI1IIQ, mU (1 IDa ...
lief that will be BDhB vm. ABrtoi.nrm v una. 7.
follow the un of thUmedicin, if timely uttd. Bull di
rections for using will sccompanr tvh hniiii ...
genuiDe unUm tbe facsimile of UCRflldc fBRRlNd
New York, Is on the outside wrapper. , , -
Bold by all Druggists throughout tbe world.
Prl cl pal Office, 13 Cedar Street N.T.
PRICE ONLY 35 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
0CtS7-d.wly.
PE0F. WOOD'S
L
B1000 BOVATOR
Is nreolselv wnat Its nama Inriinix .kn.
Iplrasant to tbe tatto. It la revlrlfjl Dg, exhllarat
log. Inrlgorailug and strensthening It lh ylia
powers, sod at the same tlma mirlflM
Q
0
Uiatee, and renewe the Blood In all lit parity aiV
ittmt at once rtttortt and readers tA tvittm in
vuintrabU to attack, odlutu. It la the only!
praparaiioa crer onerea lo tne world, so cheai-j
miit tot siiiuuiiy eoDMned as to be lb mott
p werful tonlo. and at lha sama llm. mo r..r..iu
mapted to, ae to act in per ec1 aeeornanot with thrl
aws oi naiuie, and hence will soofAe V tteoUsi
wnKKA, ana too ap th dinttiirt oreane, and II
Ihua allavall nerroua and nthr.r ivritaiinn t i tr
per ectiy ezbtlaralinr.and at the aama ilm. it i.
composra aonreiy or vtgetablee. yet so oonibined
H
ta w prouuoe ine moil inorough tonic effeei, with
out pronuclei any lolurlont contcananaaa Rnnh
a remedy hat Iocs been fell to be a da.iilaratnn, I
no meaicai worm, lor uneeds no medical ah ill to'
thatdeblllty follows all attacks of diaeiu. n,i
proceeds and todeed 1ms the tvitrm nucn u ih.
ioaidroaa attacktt of mtnr nf lh rvt.1. .n.h
i r example, at me roiiowing: Ccniunintion, In-
amnion, uiroemia. Lost or Annaiita. r.i.u..
naiTout lrniaoiuiy, nturtigia ralpiiatlon of Ibe
Heart, Melancholy, Nliht Sweata. Ungoor, eiddi-
utta, junnnuou oi, at win as rslniul obelrneied
too profute. or too rent alenttruatlon. and v.n.
ine of the Womb. Then all depeid upon general
debility This pare, healthy, tonlo Cordial and
Blood Benovator Ii sssur to aura at th. inn to
a
rise and eet. There ii no mistake about it. But!
hie le not all. If the ijnem Is weakened, we are
pen to bilious attacks, the liver btromai tnmiH 1
i
or worae diteaaed. the kidneja refute tn peifomJ
intir luuciiout, ana w ar trouoied wpn toaldlni
and lnconlloeoco of urine, nr lnoluni.r A,.
cham of the tune, paia lu th back, aida and ha.
o
tween the ehouldera, excecdlnely lltble to alltht!
HMlda. eouthe, and if unchecked, anon amari.iiiml
loitowa, aod tne patient goee down to a premature! a,
rrare. But space will not allow as to enumente'n
ilhe many lilt to which we are liable In a weikmarnU
e. watcssju,
mar. 1. thlJ
nonaiuoo or in wtitm. ut we will
OonJisJ aod Blood &eoortor
0
ie, piaaoant ana rueciUAl remedy for lost of,
appcr.ua. oiiioutueet, rittuienee. weak and tick
Stomach, languor, llrer Complaint. Chills snd
ferer, or any Bilious attack, Ooaiirenrss, Acidity
l. u b wiiikui ..wrruHtnvaa, neuralgia, ralplta.
tion of the Heart, e, re salon of Spirits. Buret.
PUnplee on the Pao or any dlttate arising from
impure blood, such ss Scrofula. Em l nf I am Urn. I
rJ
bltit. Coneh. rliffli.nltw nf Rmalhl,. .11 .!..
Ojoelass of dleeatet called female weakness, and H
enumerated abore. We will also say the traveler U
pi." av ajptuCBllCa. CUSUgV VI CIIBaiO SOCI WBl-
Mr, will find lta pleaianuealtand sur temedy,
and none thou Id ever travel without. Reader
llrylt for we avium ton ton will Snd in It a iri.nrf
loileed.as well as a friend In need. All pereoneofj
0
auom.rj uauiii win nna 11 a penect prereuUve ot
at wen at cure ror mote aiimente to wnlca they aie
iw.rciiiariy cxpoteu. uenoe minuienuutanlsit
torneys, llisrary e.ntlemen.and ladlee wbo ara not
aocuatoaied to much outdoor exetclte, will Bad h
r0 their advantiffe to keen a bnttla flnn.tantiv
win. arrn, aotrra all. motnara. er ITi.M beeomlna
luchi will go throush that moet dangerous perlou
not only wth all tbelr accuttomed ttrength, bui
man irwa rrora ice tnoutana allmanlt an nmv-
tlentaaoog the female portion ef the world. Ii
a
ihort, It it Indeed a mother e cordial. Trw IL obi
and ) oung; no longer run the liik of deity; It will
relieve and prove iUelf emphatically Rubra
five Cordial and Blood Stno-ator.
o
O.J. WoOD, proprietor, 444 BrouJwty, New
Tork, and IM Uarke t Street, Bt. Louts, Ho., an(
sold by R0BKRT3 At BAIIC'L, Columbus, Ohio,
and all good Sruriltts. Price One Solla,
per nciue. marchig-dkweowly
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
bbwabb; omo,; j1
Wlanafaclnrer af all kind af Par-
table anal (ttationarw Hteana BSa
Rlae, Haw Mill, urlal Btlll,
eVca, Ve.
LAKE BODLSTStaUnl B. S . BUJTD YBtattni
.. B DtJVALl Boatm III COLVMSVS
MACniXS CO. Btatmflll BRADtQBD
A OO. BatmUUl
Onr PorUblt Kuglne sad law MU1
Was awarded ta Bret premium f ISO at the Indiana
Stat Pair for l'GO over Lan A Bod ley's oa aooouot ef
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of Incl
' and superior charaoter of lumber sawed.
Onr Btatloaary Ingine was awuded Bt A'stA Pair
Srat premium of m. ,'
Our Portable (ngine waa award'! the flrtt pmn.1 ef
flUO at th Pair at Memphis, Tend., onr Blandy'e Du
vail, Columbus Maohln Oo'., and Bradfead 4f Oc's.,
a committee of practical Railroad Bug latere
Por price and terms eldrrai
WILL ABO WiAKBK, TrMrr,
decS-dkwljeeU. - . . Mewark.OLde.
EAGLE BRASSJVORKS,
CaraerBprlaf tt Water lta.,
Columbus, OHIO.
W. B. POTTS & OO,
MAOIUNIOTD,
tnd afsnufatturart ef Braat aad Coapoaitlsa OastlngS,
. . Plnishad Brats Work of all DssortptionS.
Electro PlaVingaiid Gilding!!
J STENCIL CUTTING, &Ca
fcbl'Bl-dly' i -'... -
WANTE D. A ORgTI TO SKLL
pack acts of STATION BBT snd JBWBLRt, at
Hea eM-tnlra leee than can Bt purenaaea eleewner
Call oa er aodrem (ttamp enelotedjj
L. BAtf.gY. R
Ul Court St., Boetoa, hlaat.
march Sfciba.
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