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wrriNKanAY MfiRNlNQ. MAY JW. 1861.
LOCAL MATTERS.
m, Ail. m ErWua ComDanv placet ill daily
uuaer oblir;ations lo it for tbe very latest paper.
i fyena the eastern oitietv 'V i " '' ' f ' ' . ';- : ;
a " ' r r n (
The American Ev.press Company has ouf
thanks for its daily favors In (be ibape of tbe
very latest eastern papers.
BCamp Jackson. The number of troops. in
camp, yesterday, was 1.251. It was Increased
last evening, by the arrival of the Nineteenth
' Regiment, from Camp Taylor, Cleveland. It Is
understood that this Regiment is to go Into
"camphere.
' ' The work of removing the camp from Good
ale Park, and establl.h.ng it on tbe ew;.Ue, is
going larwara vigorously. aoou. ouw uuuuieu
menoarpenters and laborershave been de
tailed from tho Park, and are at work
at the new cimo. Btreets are laid out, and
each company is to have its group pf butt with
officers' quarters, fronting a street. Thehuto
are to be 21 feet in length by 14 in width,
and' each ' calculated to accommodate six
teen. men." , ' ,' '
- A Camp Hospital is to . be ereoted on the
erounds. and every arransement made for a
regular and permanent enoampment. " -.
TaiasoM" Tkial' Tbe trial of OqilviiBt
aod Youno, charged with treason, was com
menced at Cincinnati on Monday. 'The Jury
was only partly empannelled on tbat day, and
the probability is that not much progress will
be made In the trial this week.
Wiluam M. Coaar, Eaq , and Hon. Gioiqci
E. Pooh were assigned as counsel for tbe prlso
nor, and the Court appointed .Judge William
Johnston to assist the U. S. District Attorney,
Mr. Ball.' ' '
. .v. ,Q t st
affloS lue wiea ""'
missonri, ana Lt. r. w alkib, oeoretary oi state
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ior tne lo-cauea Doutoero vooieaeracr. Aietteri
t h,i. .,!.. .... rA in ,1..
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possession of tbe aocused. tToe Court ordered
an attachment for the Missouri Senator.
MoviattfNT or Taoors. The Sixteenth Ohio
Regiment is Teported to have left Bellalron
Monday night or yesterday morning, and to
have gone eastward on tbe Baltimore and Ohio
"Railroad. It is also stated tbat tbe Fourteenth
Regiment, together with the Artillery Company
from Cleveland, left Marietta, at about the
sime time, and went down to Parkersburgh, V.,
irom wnicri yoini mey prooeeuea eawaru, on
.1 .i t: tj "l j
miu iiurtawvateiD Y lrgiaia xvaumau
m itt. . r. .:n k.
luaiavxiLIIAn iuingiR.b3i 1 n 111 . viwi .
lectcd that Vvvm & Grim's celebrated Min-
........ ...vn ..bi
Armory Hall. Those wbo wish to enjoy these
musical and csmtoal entertainments, should go
each evening as the programme for each will
be different; and they should be sure to go ear
ly,' as the Hall will doubtless be crowded. ; .
Horrnis roa the I koom. .Business men
and Contractors will bo Interested in examining
the advertisements in another part of this paper,
of tbe Commissary General of Ohio, for pro
posals for furnishing subsistence stores at
Zinesvllle, Athens, Portland and Marietta. It
will be noticed tbat bids must be filed In the
office of the Commissary General by two o'olock,
M , fan Satarday next.
S3 Richarp Nil!., baggage master on tbe C.
St, X. aad L. M- Railroad, has been arrested, on
the authority of a telegraphic dispatch, from
Postmaster GiHAH,of this city, on a charge of
robbing the mail. . Nzil is to have au exami
nation before U. S . Commissioner Holmoat, at
Cincinnati, to day.
V Thi Ninitxenth Rsoiment. This Regiment,
from Camp. Taylor, Cleveland, arrived in our
city si half past six o'clock, last evening. . Af
ter passing in review before the State military
authorities, in front ol tne State House, ana re
ceiving tbelr muskets, tbey marohed to their
uartere in Camp Jackson.
ETThe War Department has assigned the
command of the Kentucky Brigade.to Colonel
Akdxuow, who will be promoted to the rank of I
rlgadier Gcperal, . ' ' , "
CTThe Cuyahoga Court of Common Pleas,
sittiDg at vieveianu, eeuienueu uc iuuuubj iaet,
Ave persons to tbe Penitentiary for burglary,
and three for grand larceny. , f ,
. AM I J . J . I 1 .
The Grand Temple of Honor of the State
of Ohio commenced Its annual session at Ham.
,lUon. fuller county, yesterday.
U" Old Abe put a chip on Jiis hat at Sumter)
General Bsadsioard knocked it off, and so the
war began.
W Maior Waomex. of Cinolnnati, has been
appointed Chief of the Artillery' of Ohio, with
the rank of Lieutenant.
EKlUs stated tha, ever, .company it Camp
usnnison nas enustea ior tne yrar
"i t i 1 m ' ' '-:'
- 0Tho entire force at Camp Dennison oon-
I
Rail Road Time Table.
tlTTLt Hun OsiiUltsos St Xtma B B. v
LeaTeo. Arrives'
Cincinnati iocommodaUon. 5 00 A. M. 0:0 P. M.
u ' Kikivh 11:50 A. M. ' 11:03 A M.
Malt Aooemmodatloa 1:30 P. M. I M P. M,
MUhtKxpreM via Bayl3n.I8:09 midnight 1:80 A. M.
. - Jm W. poattTT, Agent.
Oeunsaes Jk OtevstAas B. B. 1 ' ' "
Hlrtit TOrf..'... ...... ...S 40 A. ' 11:P.M.
Few TorkBxprefS...,. ...11:10 A.M. " Uliea.M.
Hall and Aooommodatlon.t H.0 P. M. felO P. St.
Jajw Paxmsoii, Agvnt. i
OnrrRAlOBioBxB ,x ?-if "
No.lXxprea....-.-v 3:30 A. If. , 11:38 A. M.
SO. ...... '..11:18 A. M. . ' 11-41 P. M.
No. a do 1.3:10 P.M. ' " 4:50 AI M.
PmsauMU, Qoinnace k,CupiKATi B. B. .-, ,t,
u.ii ti. .4...... a 3ft -A. M. 11:38 A. H.
BapreeTiwblyrritT.ymrltil8 aw At. 115 hV
CowmaBe'st Ihouvotomk, B. B.,,:j '
Ootraeue Piqoa Jt IHDiaRA B.
No, 1 Bxpreet.,. "6:30 A. M. .
M o. ........ ,r.V 3.00 P. M.
Mil .
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1 -8:45 P. M.
Aooommoaauon ......
10;50 A. M.
Sabjap au U.A. This tropf calroot has a repo
tatlou wide as the world, for curing one class of
disorders that afflict mankind a reputation too
which H deserves as tbe best antidote we ' poe
tess foJcrofuiQus complaints. But to be brought
into use, its virtues must bo concentrated -and
'combined 'wlth'otber medicines tnai crease
Us powerJJ'Bbme'7 reliable' comjic-tfnd of this
oharaoter is muoh needed ln.ihe oonjmunity.
Read the Advertisement of Dr. Aria's Sarsap
arllla in o,ur oolumn, and we know It .needs no
encomium from ns to glvy our eitlxene confidence
a a '''.A. Btf
) what he offers. urgtn, eyrteun, a. x.
.. STDoctor LiLtNn's Antl-Rheumatlo Band
j.he only known remedy for Rheumatism, Gout
nd kAianreleta, and tbi pernicious effeote of
Mercury; and It Is with tbe greatest satisfaction
as to its merits, that we call the attention of our!
readers to the advertisement in another column
pf our paper of the Anti-Rheumatlo Band.-
Rhidhatmm. To aoj wbo bar been afflioted
with this malady, thatety reading of tbe above
heading will eall to mind the remembrance of
the mott exornovatlDg pain and proloogej agony.
Thejolntiiwelled, Miff and unyielding, each
turn of the body accompanied by a' ihock that
would lndnoe the belief that every bone . in the
human anatomy was about 'to be dislocated.
From two to three bottlee ot "Kennedy e Medl
oal Discovery" will eure the worst eaie of Rheu
matism. We would reter te the oure of J. Ma
eomber, Eiq. , a respectable fiUten' of Boston,
who was cured at the age of fifty-fire years af-
teranillnessofaonarteroraflentMP.: .n
eipccto of some 5,000 paid to various Pbjai
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slolans. For the care of humors it has no canal.
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A Pvu. Hxaltbt . Tonio. and one frea from
the deleterious aad Injurious effects sure to fol
low those In ordinary use. has lone been felt
oe a uesiaeratuji. in tne medioal world.. Suob
a tonio, and one so skill 'uliy oorbined from the
vegetable kingdom as to act in perfect acoor-
dance wltn tne laws of nature, and thus opthn
. , .
m svuuiauu, ni turn ma iime ai-
Uv nervous and other Irritations, and tone op
all the organs of which the human body is oom-
posed, Is offered In Prof. Wood's Restorative
.v"," uiwm nwrawr. . nenoe u n per-
fwtly adapted to old andyoong. Reader, try It.
Iboosands have already done so, and tbe test!-
monv Is universal in its favor- Ntut Yarl
A.Ua$. (.,
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Coughs. Tbe sudden cb an ires of our ollmat
are sources of Pulmonary (Bronchial and Asth -
matio Affections. Experience having proved
oimjjio rouieuion oitea act speeauy ana
certainly, when taken In the aarlv auirm of th
disease, reoourse should at ones ba had tn
"Brown's Bronchial Troche;", or Lozenges, let
me vow, iougn, or irritation or tbe Throat be
ever so sllRbt. as bv this Drecantion a mora a.
rioaa attack may be effectually warded off.
ruono Dpeaxers ana bingere will find them ef-
teotnal for - clearing end strengthening the
roioe.. oee advertisement, roe aa a who aaala
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wi o. oamuei uo,, no, 09 ooutn
High street. , , . .. , . .. .
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wv h utcbgui UUf wt miy DO ID
heath, dlseaaa will na n.r.V. n.m u
many have gone forth to their business in tbe
mmnln. . jv.f t .1 ... I
""""""bi tomruou ueiurw too cioae oiinai
dT lay themselves down upon beds of sick-
ne ttom whlch ,hey have . not arisen ot
mootns.
We would remind nnr rt-a th.t ft,,
a family medicine, nothing can equal "Kenne-
dy's Medioal Discovery." Of humors, it Is a
sure exterminator. : eoroiuia and Canoer. Rbeu
matlsm and Neuralgia, are all cared b thi
msgioal remedy, -v .!. ...
Good We met one of our friends veatardav
on Broadway, and were astonished at the change
la his appearance. A' few weeks ago we saw
bint, he was pale, lean and detected: eomnlaln.
ing of weakness and debility, having been so I
afflicted all summer.-' Now he anneara to ha fat. I
ucauuy ana strong, we learn he owed bis res-
Hiraaiun BinrMi m mn ji.'a Mn..mif..tM
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We advise all who are ootnolalnlnc of Gen-
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saSre'K R tSf iTS.re"..
).m.i.ivi i.aguiui uauji ieonuny jiirew
The Littlc Guirr-Not Douglas, nor Breck-
Inrldge, nor even "Old Abe," but Janes Ptli'i
Dietetlo Saleratus, that in lie own department
possesses more strength and purity than all of
tbem. All other kinds are pigmies to it. De
pot, 345 Washington Street, New York. Sold
by grocers everywhere. !', ,':
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Hon
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ET SoMTHma Good ro Au.. See
Prof.
Wood's advertisement in another column.
by
TELEGRAPHIC!
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
Dispatches from Washington.
[Special Dispatch to the World.]
WASHINGTON, May 27.
are to enter ¬
dria, unless known to be loyal.' -
A large number of persons were arrested to
day. charged with uttering inflammatory rentl-
menu.
Tbe fortifications commanduig Arlington
Heights are nearly complete. " "'
A gentleman arrived here irom Richmond
to day, states tbat great activity prevails, In the
military there. He was only permitted to leave
on being identified as a well known Baltimore
merchant. ..''..; i
Tbe general sentiment In Riehmond was that
an attack must be made on the federal forces at
Alexandria, but that idea did not uevall so ex
WDLT'Iy !!?.? ZE1 .. 'J1' Z ,
-no1 that whlla tha nrM.nt u f,.n f
trouble, the future Is gloomy and dark.
am lniormed mat several seoret meetings of
uuiuu ansa woro uem Aieaaagria, rrexi-
Snt' - J" KT
tual protection, while voting for the Union tiok
et. Tbe vigilance of tbe rebels, and the diffl
oulty of obtaining arms, prevented their plans.
The rebels allowed a few Union votes to be
thrown in, to rebut the preeumptioo of ooer
dob. ''''"' 1 ' i'
A Virginian from some forty miles from here
reports to-night tbat he met on hie way some ty
000 rebel troops, all 1 marohiog for Harper's Fer
ry, ' They were poorly oiad, and two-thirds ot
them were armed with revolvers only, tied
are
In
here
cept
to
Is
and
the
[Special to the Tribune.]
Hon. John MoCleruand,' of. Illinois, Is here .
urging the prompt assembling or a very large
force by tbeuoveromentou the line ol tbe pro-
posed military operations, i He also urgee tbe
Government to promptly purchase large ouan-
measure irom their loss fey tbe cutting off of
their lower Mississippi markets. -
- Gov. Banks will be tendered a Brigadier Gen
eralship, and be detailed to the bureau of tbe
Quarter-Master General.,"' ., .; :' .
John C. Fremont has been appointed Major
General, and George Dennison Naval Offioer.v
The President to-day accepted six additional
regiments of volunteers from, Indiana.. ' . '
Tbe War department was to-day offered a
battalion and bafery of four 33 paunders by a
gentleman from Baltimore. Whloh will probably
oe accepted..-. . ; .. 'S ; M ; 1
At one o'olook,. this morning, Ltsut. Tomp
kins, with a squad of mounted men, reconnolt
ered toward Fairfax Court House. A mile this
side, two horses. were ;.etpicd, without , riders
The horses were surrounded, and two uniformed
men etarted up. One leveled a fowling piece at
the Lieutenant. Tbe bugler drew a revolver.
Tbe fowling piece dropped. The revolver acot
dentally went off, and the Virginian was shot
in ois rig at arm. now were taken prisoners,
and bed fine henes-, .-!-. ' " '
Rumor predicts a speedy . advance - of
troops, commanded by Beauregard, to retake
Aviexanaria,
A Union flag is flyinir over the Marshall
Bouse, in tbe place or tbe Boutbern rag.
. .Tbe Times has a letter from Peter ham. West
ern Virginia, saying, "State troops are con
stantly coming in, bringing arms, and we are
anxiously looking for help from Ohio, to drive
them off, and I hope tbey, will come soon. Tbe
little county of 'l a j (or gave 700 majority
against secession. The vote in Grafton was 459
against secession. One of tbe traitors ntahding
guard last night shot good Union man dead,
aa be was pausing, going to town. , tethers are
agalnat sons, and brothers! are aoralnet brothers.
we nave force enough in our own section, bun
we ove no authority to act unaer. we want
a united States officer to lead'"
ing
his
week
and
Call
and
came
yet,
could
were
no
well
by
ana
at
tne
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[Times Special.]
, mistake cooee
MUlMrnlflff .tni
naval foroeaow at or near Sewall's Polot.- The
rtavy uepariraept taya thereshoutd be only the
MontieeUoaod two small slnglogno boat there.
1 ne jjiinuesota ought. ,0 , By this time off
miDoesoia Ought, to be by this time off
estoa,V 8ootht&a,UttA, blookading that
r...If toevertiea bey -mowteaoi,,-there-ipom
8ewaU'e Point aa has been reported,
oaarioawa.
harbor.
fore,ooo
the past few days.' .ta whloh Ue-'Miaaesota irM
Dgaged, she dliobejedhef. orders vwhlch la not
at all nrnhahla. r ' . T !T
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[Herald's Dispatch.]
It is said that Davis and Beauregard are ex
heeded at Richmond to day.
verences are Doing constructed outeiae or
monmond.
' All the bridges on tbe Alexandria railroad
Jhave been burned.
L. Proposals will soon be issued for forty steam
eon Doats, 01 ouu tone eaon.
Brigadier Gen. McDowell takes command of
the foroes in Virginia, in place of Sanford.
Gov. Banks favors putting an army of 300,
000 men In the field, so that tbe difficulties may
WASHINGTON, May 28.
The belief tbat the President has I;c''Jed to
"ner "f?0" MJor ueneraisnip
Aiiniu mnrn ti Marirn
Ex-Gov. Banks is here bv invitation of the
Secretary of War.
mi. ,r r i - . . . , i
mi wainiogwn jvj ioanoiia nave passea
a resolution of respect to Col. Ellsworth.
Frauds Markoe, a recently removed eUrk
from the State Department, was arrested this
aiternoon, py military autnoncy, ana committed
w J"-'
WASHINGTON, May 28, P. M.
nvii ti,f h r.nfi.a r.nnmi.inn...
waw wm iuuu wuv wvuivuv wvhiwimiwudi o
nad interview with Liord Jonn Kossell and M
Thouvenal, and had been told they could not be
recognized, are considered Incorrect. The latest
arrivals from Europe only brought the news
tbat they bad not been recognlied in London,
Of thesame character is tbe report that
Seward's proposition, to aocede to tbe Paris
.Knii.hi.
IraionfAri
Five transports, convoyed by tbe Harriet
Lane, with 2 500 troona. aunt . to th
mouth of James River, took possession of a
new point there, and intrenched themselves,
oommauaiog tne moutn or tne river.
Sewall's Point batten fired on the last vessel.
qui out or range.
rne ranxee Dronent in more prizes to-dav.
Gen. McDowell is asaieaed tbe command at
Virginia east or the Aiiesnenv mountains and
North of James River.
Additional troona aredailvcrogatns- Mia Riv
- , a
aere
It iaanrmian tht (Znn M.it.fl.1.1 :n.-
' "U"MH Will WW"
msnd tbe troops, If aa attack is made on Har
per's rerry
From New York.
NEW YORK, May 28.
The OmnuriM Advati$ir' Waahlnirtnn
srjeolal saia thavlat N . Y. 7th Raclmant ur. .u.
. .77 . "o- uw
avy lara mis morning, in armed steamera.
oi ncquia urees.
Col. IrfffflrU dHripfl th N Vb VI..
. . . v . . nv
regiment, informing them that tbelr term of I
fn"tniennaa expired, and tbey
' were at libert
retu'n borne If they desired, but the Secretary
rW'I would 00 ld ,f tbeJ won,d wmain
three days longer. Every man ahnntsil ha ...
ready to stay for that time and as much longer
the government desired.
It Is understood tbat tbe government does
feel at liberty to detain tbem longer than
time mentioned. Tout will than ..,n.n
some.
Tbe government has satisfactory Infnrm.
that tbe Commissioners of tha'
states in burope have met in England a
decided and emphatic refusal toreaorniaa their
pretensions. Lord John Rnall. with k......
uncertainty n may Dave expressed himself on
wi nu. miri... ...i . . .
r.w wmuuv vuuire.iui,iii m regard to
matter, xne same intelligence comes from
French government. Tha Rmnan. m
o . f - . uu la
JSStJEtlfiSt r.T pS
uiaun in Tiaeuiugwa. inecews IS well SO'
credited, aod is a matter ol discussion In dlplo
matlo ciroles
Gov. Banks has been appointed Commissary
General
Tbe Poifs sneaial aava ndvlnoa Inat r,mA
Manassas Gap state that tha rebels haa
throwing up intreochmente at that point
several weeke past. .
Tbe OnewrefoJ'f dispatch states II is gener
believed that the Federal troops have
moved on Grafton aod Harper's Ferry.
Ell Tbayer hae been appointed Patent Ex
amlner-
Tbe Garibaldi Guard. over 1.000 atrnn. lrt
railroad for Washington this evening.
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From St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS, May 28.
Ii having been decided upon to occupy Bird's
In Missouri, opposite Cairo, orders were
received yesterday for the transfer of one regi
of General Lyon's brigade to tbat place.
4th regiment, Colonel Schultner, baa been
and. will probably embark this mor
on the Government steamer Iatian. '-
Tbe encampments in the suburbs of tbe city
broken op to day, and the troops quartered
the Arsenal and Jefferson Barracks.
An American Ziuave regiment, to be com
maoded by Col. Morgan L. Smith, is forming
An Irish brigade Is also filling op rapid
It is understood that General Harney has au
thorised the immediate organization of compa
nies of Union Home Guards at Haunibal, St.
Joseph, Kansas City and Springfield. These
companies are to be mustered Into the United
States service, and furnished with arms.
The State troops have left Jefferson City, ex
two companies, who remain as a bodyguard
the Governor.
The Htbtai Corput case of Capt. MoDonald
still being argued before Judge Treat.
The Pensaoola correspondent of the Mobile
AdterU$t says Lord Lyooa has written to the
British Consul at Pensaoola, reoognlzlng the
blockade In tbe name of the British Government,
warning English vessels of its effect. No
movements indicative of hostilities had taken
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From Baltimore.
BALTIMORE, May 28.
Tbe United States Court Bouse aod adjacent
streets were densely crowded to-day, to learn
proceedings in the Aa&rat corpus case of
Merrtman, detained at Fort MoHeory.
A writ of attachment was Issued to dav
against General Cadwallader, for contempt of
ine msranai reported that, on going
there, he was refused admittance to the Fort.
Chief Justice Taney read a statemeut, show
ing that tbe proceedings of tbe military were
illegal, and said that, in an oral statement fear
be should he misunderstood, be should put
opinion In writing, aod file It during tbe
in the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court,
. also forward a copy to the President, and
on him to perform bis constitutional duty,
see that tbe lawa be faithfully executed and
enforce the decrees of this Court.
If
BALTIMORE, May 28. From Norfolk, Richmond and Fredericksburg.
rlckeburer
BALTIMORE, May 28.
A gentleman arrived here from Norfolk, wbo
through Richmond and rredericksburg.
uen. Butler bad not commenced operations
but an attack was looked for daily. He
not ascertain the number of troops at
Norfolk. He estimates tbem at 20,000. Troops
daily arriving from the South. There was
apprehension tbat Norfolk could be taken
1 wenty-three oars, niled with soldiers, pass
ed Petersburg Saturday, He thinks there were
15,000 troops at Richmond. An attack was ex
peoted front York River, whloh - is guarded
against it by batteries and earthworks, said to be
supplied with ceavy artillery. He was In
formed there were 10,000 troops . on hills about
Fredericksburg, strengthened by numerouabat
teriee. . -
Manassas Gap was reinforced Sunday night,
troops from North Carolina, South Carolina
Tennessee
A-
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From California.
FT. KEARNEY, May 28.
The Pony Express, from San Francisco 18th
nastcd liar tn-rlaw. . ; ' " ,: '
loere, was but utue nope oi tne iceuuinre
providiDK a special election for Uongressmen
Major raiitaee, who Bas Been to oommand
Bab Dleet Geo. Johnston, late oommandins:
raeino vivkiod, ana ur. uoaid, ef rort
Humboldt, will Join the Ck)nfedrate army. : j
From Williamsport.
BALTIMORE, May 28.
wa.ww.-a .urwiwr aivtu vv aa a twui rvs v sa w
mysterlons movements are going on there.
Neither friends nor loes are allowed to visit the
rebel camp. It was surmised that it was Intend
ed to mask a retreat, or to eross the river.
Road and oanal obetruoted at Point of Rooks,
en, mues mis aiuo ui narper a erryt
..'1 .
Jt W -.!
CHAMBERSBURG, May 28.
The camp opposite WUllatosport was rein
(oteed by five nuodred troops en Monday. It
Is bellevsd Vhit they oontemplate fording the
river.
The Border State Convention.
FRANKFORT, May 28.
Gov. Wlckllffe's resolution was adopted,
appointment of a committee to oonslder the sub
jects lot wnicti the von veouoa was called, and
also Mr. UritteaopB's original amendment pro
posed to the Senate el the f 'atee, with
lust and eaual rlshte under the Constitution
-Uov. Magomn present, ana invited to take
seat in the Convention during Its sessions.
Full delegations are accredited from Kentucky
and Missouri, but irom no otner otates. John
Caldwell appeared from MoMinn and Sevier
counties, Tennessee, and was received as an ad
vising and consulting friend
New School Presbyterian General
Assembly.
SYRACUSE, May 28.
' Tbe General Assembly to-day elected the
Home Missionary committee of fifteen, and lo
Oated tbem At New Yorkl adopted In full tbe
revised education plan; Dnisoea an ui ousiness,
and adjourned sine die. Tbe Moderator, in dls
solving the Assembly, pronounced it memorable
ior its harmony and singleness oi purpose.
LOUISVILLE, May 28.
Ex Gov. Morebead'e letter to the Journal
says: Should Lincoln hereafter assume aa aspeot
of war for overrunning and subjugating seceding
states, Kentucky, without counting the cost,
ought to take no arms at once against the Gov
ernment. Until then, she should compel both
sides to respect the Inviolability or her soil.
BOSTON, May 28.
It is probably true that two of tbe new sloops
of-war ordered by Congress will be built at the
Cbarlestowo Navy xard.
The 3d District Republican Convention, held
at Uedham, to day, voted not to make any nom
ination ior congress.
PHILADELPHIA, May 28.
A special dlspatoh says tbat tbe Powbattan
bad arrived at Washington, having landed tbe
V V.W 7l.t R.B,rn..t a..i. i? l .
without opposition. -
i i. T V i
CAIRO, Ill., May 28.
Three 32-poundere, and carriages for the
tbree 24-pounders, arrived this evening.
No reliable Information of the movements of
Geo. Pillow or tbe Confederate troops.
THE MARKETS.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN]
NEW YORK, May 28.
IIOTJU receipts of 13 001 bWi: aalra Br.-SU 10 for
supeifloe itate; ti 195 55 for extra state; 5S3 10 for
supeiflne wetteral 05 I5SS 33 for common to median
extra we ternl S3 tT&i 03 for shipping brands extra
and Hoop Ohio, Oanadlao flour steady: 600 bbls at
50.3l7 50
RIK ILOtTB steady at 310$i for common to
choice
WHEAT reoelpts of 17.087 buihl market dnll and
heavy foransonnd yradea; a ihtde firmer for good de
scription; sales of 03,0(10 bush at Slid I 08 damaged.
Ohlesso spring Si IS for good do; II I&9189 for Infe
rior to prime IlUwaukle clubj 14241 ta for white
western.
KYI lower, sales of 3 400 bush, common at CCd.
BARLtVr-quletat 356S.
CORS receipts of 14 83 bush: market lo better, aalea
33 000 bn eh at i546o for new mbud western; and
37o for old do.
0 ITS In moderate leanest at 3ISt33Uo fnvwaatani
vanaoian ana state.
Pn25KdU" "i l0.nltt ,of 320 m' t W'75!
B ! E f anchanred
CUT MBAT8 dull
URD dull; sales of 320 bbls at SSOXc.
BCTTBB selling at OOlig lor Ohso and KkaiCa for
state.
OHHlaB In moderate demand at J28cl
WHIBKY con tli aes aotlve.
OOffBBj taaetiv.
SDOAR doll and onchanaed. tales of 100 hhila Cuba
at4X4Xc
BOLA-BBB dan bat nnchsnged.
STOCKS rather mot estiva and nrtnra hl.har
Money and Exchanga steady 3 and 4 per cent on call nod
paper Irregular 8 B dull and unchanged, Oh as B I 5;
Y O 108X M. fc P 19: O atTS9U: I O acrlut Bflv:
PkO IBS: M B40K. Har 11; Erie 2W; Read 3u
Cumb 53X. Del It Hud 83: N Y 0 1 st bonds 101: Q fc
1st bonds ft)! Va 48 H 055V La 59 Tenn41 Try
lS's SI 03 V 8 S's 74 Ooanona 1iX da 81 Bd 70 n B S'a
Coupons 69.
Cleveland Market.
MONDAY, May 27, 1861.
f LOTJ B eteadv t ala nf lofl hhla Aonkla nh. ittt.
and 10 at Si 85. -
WHEAT firm and aalst: salts of 1 ear on traek at
i ii.
COB 00 sales resorted: email lola era worth 3Sm:
large iois are not sawani exoept at mucn lower ng-
are.
OAT 'tale of 1300 bn afloat rt S5K
BISHWINBe-iales 10U bUsat 13Ko.
B088 oultt at So.
BDTPIB-doll at lOtSlis. acoordlnc to analitv and
quantity.
xa market gDralty, to-day, ha bean very doll.
Philadelphia Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
PHILADELPHIA, May 27.
Futra market quiet and anchana-ed. Whist firm.
ssleaof red at SI asl 40; whitest S145l0. Coait
Brm; sales ef 8 000 bush yellow at 5StMc. Corrra
to sales at lxK waisay dull at 16MS17o.
ladies' Linen Pocket-Handk'fi. -
HEirjiriEDSTITCnEDLIXEN HAND
kerchief very wide hem
Embroidered Linen Handk's all prices.
Hemmed Btltched and plain do, do
'k do do colored border.
Mourning do blank borders
do do new style cross stitched.
Pin Apple do new patterns.
Miisei' Plain and Hemmed Btltched do all prices.
Comprising tb Boost seleot assortment in the city snd
lowest prices. BAIif fc BON,
teovs ho. w Booth High Street.
W. A. Batchelor'i Hair Dye!
This splendid Hair Dye has no equal instantaneous in
Beautiful Black or Natural Brown no staining
skin or Injuring til Hair remeaiesneBOtar an
effect of Bad Dyes, and Invigorates the hair for life.
Hone are genuine nnltss signed "W. A. Batch lor."
Sold oieiywhcv. .
CHA8. BATOniLOB, Proprietor,
Jyliwly ' 61 Barclay Street, New Yon.
HAIR DYE HAIR DYE.
Wm. A. Batchelor'i Hair Dye!
Tbe Original and Beet la tbe World!
AU others art inert Imitations, and should be avoided
you wish so escape ridicule. ' .'
GRAY, BID OB BUSTY HAIB Dyed Instantly to
beautiful and Natural Brown or Black, without Injury to
BairorSkta. 1 i
fllTIIN MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS have bee
awarded lo Wm. A. Balchelor since 1839, and over 80,00
applications have been mad to the Hair of his patrons
hit famous dye. ' '
WM. A. BATOBB LOB'S HAIB, DYB produces a col
not to be distinguished from nature, and Is warranted
aot to Injure In the toast, however long It may be contin-
aod, end the 111 effsots ef Bad Dyes remedied; theBair
Invigorated for life by this splendid Dye. i :
Bold tn all dtie and towns of the United State.
Druggist aad fancy floods Dealers..
jjj-isi Genuine has the nam and address upon a steel
plate en graying on four side of each box, of WILLIAM
UAiuuaLOK, Attar
OIIABLES BATOHILOH, PJoprtftor, "
jylB-wlTr
at jsarciay strett. new lora.
THE BASHAW STALLION I
JOE GODWIN
TTTlLX ITIAKE HIS) tTLHST BEAlOIf
TV to a limited number of mares, Itoi
m the 11 of April
th lit or July . at my "Norihwood farm,". t)i milt
north or uoinmnnt, unio.
job euDWin was breaanaTaiseaoya.r. lowntans
Bii).. ef Butttz county, Mew Jtrtey, and will be six
years old on tb BOih day of next Jaae. II was tired
i.nrie laiana niaca nawa. oe dt .noraw rfaavaoii.
he by Bashaw, hy th Imported Barb Oraad Ba haw -r-
His dam was Liberty, ia inorounnorea mar.i ah by
Lanoa. out of ih famous Charaavoyo" mar. Thus
It will be sees that JOB GODWIN I a descendant of th
best trotting and runulng iteca to United Btatotosn
boast of, vis: Old Andrew Jaokaoa, whowaeaaon of lb
famous Bashaw, and ths America Bellptt, who was a ton
of Old atesstngtr. Jo Oodwln get back ta Andrew
Jackson through bong island Black uawk In two crosses
and likewise acts back to Bellpvt In four orostea, through
Lihartv and Lance Lance being a ton of EcUoae: he
gettaeroetof Bspsdltlon thnagh Lthrrt. and alto a
trot ot BelKoander tbrotah th Ohardayvyne Bellfean
der. A better oomNnatloo of trotting and running
bloed no horse one, and rr Is a Trotter.
JOB GODWIN is a beautiful bay, 1.1 hands and J Incbet
high, black man and tall, and w'th no white mark except
attar. . lit naa very aiyuau neoa ana neaa, ana a oet'
tar honed horn was never foaled. Laat fall. Jo God
win was exhibited at the Lake Brit Hon Show et Cleve
land, at the Vlrainla State far at Whoellnc. at tht Hot-
klngum Valley fair at Baacsvills, aad tn army easa
narried off the first premium. In a trial of treed at the
Ohio Stat fair, held at Dayton, where thlrtgr-reven of
th beet stallion irom tnaiana ana ol tula Via It con
tended, Jo Godwin vurraiicsB u whole field.
,)TEItni(..i .
Twenty-five dollar! for th season, payable at the time
of servlc " blare not preying with fjal oaa have th
etrvloo of th bore next year. - tyood nattar for attrae
paiBtebad atiwatsaabt rate, aad careful atiaalloa will
Ibt gtvea tnata, oat i wm aos o rmoaMhl lor aocioauia,
.ColaavsOhio, Marsh Win, 1W0.
Rioniait wwwrwa
a
CANAL LEASE. ;
TJCBICiNT TO Til B QtlS .
JT aeatt of th act "To provide far fa-Mini the Public
TTorivQi tne nun,-- pwien nayoui, icvi, W I bill
0hio. benb. .ty. .otm that tb iu letihemito
i la lb Hid act, (or ttw tera of tea laui. at Pobiie
AnetloD la tbe Uolunda of the State Home, lo the olty of
Oolambut, betweea the hoare of ten o'clock A. If. and
reurooiockr.fi. of the Win day of May, 1801) which
ma mono werneeoniui or tne miami ana Brie Uat al.
ii.. Aki. n .... i ... . . ,
.uo vuiu vtuai. ui, naiuunuiDK umL uie nocain I Ta.
nil, bo much of tbe Sandy and Beaver Canal a U owned
by the Blate, the Uuiklnrnm Improyement, and the
nenern ueaerre ana uaumee uoaa. ana all the a ii
cuti. feeders, reteryotri, look honeee, eolleotore' office,
i-Gigi iwm, uo icuea vi aurpiue waier eonneoiea with
lh lama or aDDertainlni thereto, and owned hv tha Bt
for tbe purpoae of being need in oonncotlon therewith,
with the right to have additional lurplm water.
Bald Publlo Worke will be let to the neraen at rjaraxna
who, In eoniideratlon of Ibe toll, fine, water rent ami
reyennee to be derived therefrom, shall bid lo pay the
highest annual rent tbeiefor, to be paid In eentt annul
payment! Id adrano In ch year durloK the term o( the
e. noma win d receirea unieu tne penoa or per-
aone makiog tbe same lhall have flrtt deposited with the
Auditor of Stale. In moner or In atocka or tha Htaia
umo or or tne United BtaitAtneeun of twenty thoniani
dollars, upon the eondltions that he or they will, on their
parr, enter into an marninr oi lease or said Publlo
wont or tne state or unto, ir tne earn enall be atmrt
off to bi n or them, and alio glya a bond payable to Ibe
oiaie ot unio in tn turn or two nunarea tnoneand dol
lar, with five or more eufflclent euretie to tha aatl.r..
tlonoi tbe Governor. Auditor and Treaiurer of Slate.
and renewable every two years, or oftener, If the Gover
nor, Auditor and Treasurer ot State shall think the
sureties etany time lntufflelent, aondltloned, In proper
.una, iuat ine aaiu imee or leaeeee oau penorm an Uie
ooreoan s of ld lease on their part to be performed.
and will per all 'amae-ee saBered b tbe State O T bv In.
dividual,, by reaaonof his or their failure to do so; aad
in ueiaoiioi aaia leseeeor lessees entering into ld In
denture of lease, oral riot aid bond, the depoilt so made
at aioreiald enall be absolutely forfeited to and be
come tho property of th Blate. No railroad company
can bid, or be liMrrted directly or indirectly, as letaee
vr Miigiicv, ur oiuerwite, oi id, icaae.
No Md of less ihan twenty thousand dollars ner an.
nam will be received. Tbe leaae and bond must be ex.
touted aod delivered within fit date after the leu
ting, and the term will date from the approval of the
oona. -
The leuee or lessees shall reoelve all materials pml
3ti " contracted for by the State, and all boats, tcowi.
V. "pi ."' "'"IL"0? 0,h" P"Prty
HJ".1"10?? n? 10 aad used by the State on said Publlo
norse, at tneir apprauea yams, and pay therefor as pro-
vi ieu in lam aci. . ...
A Iwnd and lease lo aooordance with the sot will be
prepared and be ready for elimination at tbe office of
me auaitor or state, urior to tea vuin inatani. ana an
bids made (ball be dtemrd to have been made with nr.
erenoe to all tbe provieion of said act, and of the termi
and conditions of ths bond sxd lease so prepared as
ivrvaaui. . . .
W. DINNIBOlf, Governor.
It. W. TAT LBS. Auditor.
A. P. BTONK. ninr
Volambns, Ohio, May It, 1B61 . auylSMltd
IRISH STEAMSHIP JAM.
8teamBetweea Ireland &nd America.
NEW YORK, B03T0N AND GALWAY.
Thefollowlne new and nunillMnt SmIwiIu...jji..
wheel Steamships compose tbe above line:
ADRIATIC, 5,688 tons burthen, Ospt, J. Mabav
(Formerly of the Collins Line )
HIBERNIi. 41.400 tuna burthen. Cant. w. r.-
COLUMBIA, 40 ' - ' H.Liitoh
AMOLIt, 4.400 Kucmolom
PAOIVIO, 8 000 I
PJIINCH ALBERT (screw.) ;
One of the above ahlnt will lean Na- vk nw.
alternately every Taeaday fortuiaht. tar n.i...
rylng ths governmect mails, touching at 8t. Johns,
The Steamers of this line have hrMfl sVlfi erf , aafltla
""' " wtcr-lght eompirtnUnte. and ire JSl
... iiuiiiiuhuufu oj auirana experienced omoers,
and every exertion will be mad to promote the comfort
of passengers.
An experienced f orgesn sttiched te each ship.
KATES OF PASSAGE.
Flrst-clats M. T. or Boston to Galwav or Ltvarnanl ainn
Beoond-elats, ' .
first-class, " toSt John's 33
Third-class, to Oalway or Llvsrnool.
or any town In Ireland, on a Railway, . - - 30
Thlrd-clau naaaeniers are llheial ! .nnniLui nk
Visions of the beet qnality, oooked and served by tbe see-
vsaui va kufj vvupRDys
RETURN TICKETS. '
PartiM wUhloi to wem for thslr frlMilA from thm am
oonotry can obiAlo Uckeu from any towo on a railway, to
vt tu iiiriucipsii ciuea 01 Dgiaaa ana Boot
uiu bi vsj iuv latica. -
PaaMnitra for Mj York. ftrH vtna iw Va.
ItOem-AeWlilVyM iWfraKUd NfW Veft 4W aj9 .ka
t' " v a lUiUrV ell IOQ. BD! XO '
a A a . W A.W IV B ATASJat
At tba OffiOB of thsl nnmnanw a. tt. .k. -
A...) irt r 1 Trais.il, iwv gi
' ' .'n?2WLAN1 nAU Agente.
aprlI19;ddm.
GREAT CURB.
DR. LELAND'S , ,
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BA1NID1
13 THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Eteumatism, Goat and Neuralgia,
AND A' SUE! OTJIta I0B ' VV '
All Mercurial Diseases.
It Is a conveniently arranied Band. Annralnlnv a n,l.
Icated aomponnd. to be worn a round the Waist, without
Injury to th most delicate pertont; no change in habits
of living la required, and It entirely remove th dlt
tat from th tystem. without nroduclne tha lnl.,rlnn.
effect arising from the nt of powerful Internal medl
ctnet, which weaken and destroy tb constitution, and
i temporary reuei only. By init treatment, tb med
icinal properties contained In the Band noma In imiiMl
with the blood and reach the disease, through the pores
of the skin, effecting la erory Instance a perfect care,
and restoring the part afflicted to a bealihy condition.
This Buditalsoamottpowtrful Asm Mcaouaiai. agent,
and will entirely relieve thesystem from the ptrmoiout
effects of Mercury, tloderate case are eared lo a few
daye, and wa are oonttantly recelvinr tearlmrmU i at lu
tfflcaoy In agtravattd oatet cf long standing.
Paic $8,00. to be bad of Drageltta generally, or ean
bt sentby mail or express, with full dirtetiont for nae.
to any put of th country dlreot from tha Vrineirni
Offlc, - '
Ho. 409 BROADWAY, Hew York.
G. SMITH At CO., Sole Proprietors. ,
N. B. Descriptive Olrcnltrs Sent free.
H7Arents Wanted ETerywhere.
mh28 lyUorlttp dfcw
E. M. WILLIAMS & CO..
Front Street, Betweea State and Town.
THR OLD CAHK1AGE
SHOP U still running, and although C
th pressure of late years hu set heavily
anon her rnnnlna rear, she la allll tnm.-
ig out those splendid PULTONS, K00KAWAY8,nd
PRINOB ALBERT'S SHIfTINO) TOPS and NO-TOP
BUGGIES. OAHRIAGRS, EXPBK88, BKKLBTON.
DBMOOKAT and GROCERT WAGONS, SHALL OMNI
BUSES and HACKS. Twenty yean Heady manufac
turing hat given oar work a widevtporad reputation
through tn South and West.
We therefore deem It unnecessary to say any thing more
In regard to th qnality ef our work. We waanajrr
awjtv YtHicLt. W can ttll aooa Tor Booaiaw from
ai2StottO.
Dealer can be furnished wiih any amount af antra- ai
short notloa, and at prices lower than can be bought any
wherein th West. Second hand Bugiitt taken max
ohanre for new work .3
irrBepalrina don neatly and at abort notlea. aa
tory on front, between But and Town itreeta, Oolum
auvObl.v . - - .... .., - . v7. "
1DA1 1 comsaaaioationt wllj receive prompt attention,
Aug. 31-wly B. M. WILUAJf S At 00
S. DOYLE .& COi
BOQJS, AND SHOES,
Northwest Corner of High and Oay Ste.,
. No. Ql, ,
lOLUrtlUIJS, OHIO.
"A largt Stock of Vine and Staple Goods en hand."
y3l-dtf
SUNDRIES.
TTlAKIIyAf
TAPIOOOtV
Arrow Boot, .
' Scotch Oat Meal '
A. BlgO
Bice Flour
)
I' ..
Petri Barley L
Cracked W heat .
Coeo
Oream Tartar. :
rig
Seed teas RtUlna
Split Peat - '
Chocolate ...
Broma, eto.' "'
Soda 1 . :.' )
Prune it--.
Vreah Tomatoes
flraan flan
Peaches
froth Oann d fruits ot evtrj detcrlpttenl
Jellies of allkiodtl V i
, . flavoring Bxtractaof all kbtj. . . i;
Gam Drop) Mixed 0andie
" Almonds, filbert, Peoon Nut, "
English Walout,Braell Nate, tie, '
boB7 ., , . . , WM. Mcdonald.
TEPBI.l.ArT OK WATER.PROOr
XI) CLOAK CLOTHS. Alto, other tnrts of Spring
uioaa uieint, laau oetirabi mixtares binding, Tat
selt and Buttons to match. 1 - BAIN At BON,
aprllS -:-- Mo. 89 South High air
S1
TULA SnAWLSI STBLLA
SHAWLS 1 1 in all desirable eelere, and- at Vary
greaiMrgauii, sain at on,
april Ro. 99 South High street.
m
.
.
A
f
aTi-.J.HIIcLEAIT'S'
Strengthening Xordial an Bloid
V-AU A PUIlIFIIIIt.v3.;J
XbwUreataat Htja4y las I. ttwrU,
iron Bmciovr 7
AND
DOBDIAJ.
EVER LTAltEN'
ww wai ai'r-n writ.
' X. ly a aclentlOo and '" y
Vegetable Compound,
. .' proenred by the dtstU-i-ua.
latlea f Eeta,Herb i
Seek,. 3teod Bo,i;
Bampanua, vr i i a
Cherry Bark and Dan
delion enters into lt
eforc TakJujii "Uve' Kaedui A ftei Taking:
principle of each Ingredient Is thoroughly extracted by
my new methnri nr d atllllnr. nrotlnelna't.a nulb-l-na m.
hllerating spirit, and the moet INVALLIBLH remedy for
renovaung tne aieaea tystem, sma restortng we sick,
rnfferlnf and debilitated IN VAIiIP te BBALTH and
8TMNQTH. " a o ...;(,, ,
MCI,EAMt' STRKlfOTIfENIfTU OOH.
, v,--...-.oiA,
' Will sffeotaalty etrre ''"-'.
UVIR COMPLAINT,. ST8PIP8IA. JAU.NDI0,
Ohronle or Herrons Debllttv. Olaeaaes of (he Kidney!
ana ail diseases arising rum a dunrdered uver ov I torn;
ach, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward Piles, Acidity or 8le.
nee of the Stomach, Pnllness of Blood to the ReeJ, Dull
pain or ewlmming In the head, PalL.tatlon of the Heart.
Vnllneas or Weight In the Btomach, Boar Hmctatkme
Ohokini or suff oca tine feellne when lvlne down Dnneas
ur jeiiowneasor tne eim ana Kyee. nignt Bweats, la
ward fever, Pain In the small ot tbe bask, ehest or tide.
Sadden flushes of Beat, Depression of Spirit, frightful
Dream a. Lazianor. DeanotulericT or any Nervoua tkiaM
Bona or Blotchee on tha Skin, and fever and Aue rna
.aM..,uu , .....i .,.r. ..,,.,1 ' -r
Over a million t umitlet- .
Have been sold durlnc the last six month, and In no tn.
stance has It failed In giving entlr ntisfaetion - Who.
then, will suffer from Weakneee or Debility whea Mo
LEAN'S BTRKNGTHKNINQ OORDIAb will eaid yoaf
no language oaa convey an aaeooaie we or In tmm
dlate and almost miraculous change produced by taking
this Cordial in the diseased, debilitated and shattered
nervous system, whether broken down by exoeea, weak by
nature, or Impaired by stcknea, the relaxed and unstrung
organisation la restored lo its pristine health and ylgoi
uaHHiGU aVJrJIASUttie, .
Or others eonseloas of Inability, from whatever canse,
will find McLean s Strengthening Cordial a therourh
regenerator of the system; and all who may have injured
themselves by improver Induurencea. will find In tha Cor
dial a certain and speedy remedy. ....... , ,
To tbe Ladle. ..l .
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
is a sovereign anaspeeayenr ior
INCIPIENT CONBDRtPTIOIV, WHITES
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontrhenoe of
urine or Involuntary Discharga thereof, falling of the
nome, uiauiness. vaintina ana an uiaeaaea incidne t
females. . . . , - - . -.j . ,
there Is no KisUke About it.
Saffer no longer. ' Take It aceordlne to Direction. It
wiusUBaiats, errenguieB ana larvlgorat yoa aad a
laeDtooaaoi naaitn lo mount your cneea again. .-.
vary bottle at warranted to give musikUod
.roa CHILDREN.
If your children are sickly, puny, or afflicted. McLean
Cordial will nakt tbtm bnltb. Ui aad robosL Delai
tny,
anuaieav irj ii,ana job win oo CQDYiDcea
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAte
OarjTioa. Beware of Dnnltlaos Daalera who mai
try to palm npon you tome Bitter or Bareaparilla Utah, I
which uiey can bay cheap, by taylnf It It Just a good. I
avoio tacn men. ask ior nieiiean e Btnngtnenlng cor
dial, and take aothlngelae. It la th only remedy that
will parity th blood thoroughly and at the same thm
strengthen th system.
On tablaspoonful taken every morning fasting, la
certain preventive of Cholera, Chills and fever, Yellow
fever, or any prevalent diseases. It la put op tn large
bottles.
Price only SI par bottle, or 6 bottles for S3.
- J.H. McLBAW, 1
Sol Proprietor of this Oordlal,
Alto MoLean a Volcanic Oil LlnlmenL
Prtcdnal Denot on the comer of Third and Pine itraata.
os, aipuit. ato. . ,
. McLean's Volcanlo Oil Liniment.
f na bast Liniment In th World. . Th ealy tare aad
eenaia oure tor uanetre, rut, e welling and Bron-
ehitis, or Goitre, Paralysia, situralgia, Weak nee of th
Muaole, unronle or Inflammatory Bh
BUf-
nees of
th Joints, contracted Hotel or Ligament
Earache or Toothaeha, Bralasa, apralna. Wounds, Freeh
Oata, DkNra, fever Some, Caked Breast SoreNlpplea,
Barn, Boalda, Sore Tboat, or any InSam nation or Pain,
aeomerenoe Bowtevw, or no long in rjiteasemai
bay axiatod. ItcLean't Qelebrated Liniment Ik a ear
tain naudt. " , -
Tbnaeanda of human beings have been saved a llfS ef
decrepitude and misery by th nee of thi Invaluable med
sin. : -. ' - f t r,M I
McLEAN'S r.VOLCANIO.rOIL
Will reUev Bain tlraott rn stall taaieoualy. aad It ail
leant, purify and heal the foul tore la aa tneredl
17 enort tlmaw . t-i .., IMiv ,.. .
For llOrsee snd Other AalraAlal -
UoLeaa aelbrated Liniment la th only aaft and re
name remedy for tee care ef Bpavka, ating Bona, Wind'
galU, Bplinta, Uaaataral Bompa. Nodes or Bwtllinrra. It
will never fall to oar Big Bead, Poll Bvil, fistula. Old
running Bores or Sweeny, If properly applied, for
Bp rains, Brnitet, Soralohe, Bores or Wounds, Cracked
Heel, Chafe, Saddle or Col lav Galls ll I an Infallible
remedy. Apply It a directed, and a eure I certain in
every instance.
Then tride no lonawr with th many worthless Lini
ment offered to yoa. Obtain a supply of Dr. McLean's
eeicuatea Lanimenw it will care you.' - .
J. if. IflcLE AN, Sole Proprietor,
Corner of Third andTth Streets, Bt. Louis, Ho.
for sal by all druggist. . .
f or eale by ' . . , . JtOBBBTB 8AMTJBL, , ,
augao-datwly ( Columbus, Ohlc.
Baltimore , Clothing flonse.
C3 TITeTTlVI.
' .t f r
&kQTATTZltMLM AMD WIOLtaUtl MXM..tM
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
No. 308 W, BaltimortstreoLJ I
" (awTvnraii tasatTY am owb-,)"-j",x
f. - BAiiTuneBEia.';
targe Assortaunt of Fleee and rornlslilof
floods CoasUBtijr 0B Hand1 ' .
OctSMIy .'.. .
CASASIiS ft VETTED STATES KAIL
STEAMERS '
TO AN If 1'UOIIi. ,....."
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
jLiyerpool, Montreal-' Qupbeb,v-
!aly tv -.rdsvi and
3STJLJ W , TTOrtI3L,
The Montreal Ocean Stetunthlp Company's flrtt olas
full-powered Olyde-ballt Steamers tail rery Saga
nrday from FuaikABisarryin
rday from PORTLAMDoarrylng the Canadian and
United Bute stall aad paateagere,, rjirii
HORWBGIAR, ;"i K0RTH AMBRIOAKl
BOHEMIAN. - .. ANGLO-SAXON,
B0RTH BBTtOIf, 1 L BIBEBNIAM,' - 'a5,
OANADIANe -r, -e r-.hUOVABCOTlAN.
Sbertaat. Obaapaat andQalckcatCenn
' - warvsavaee, flrmsBt -
ixsBici'TO iu iaO'ortmd
. Rategof FeMejaat to Eiiropev ...
Kaa sefi sao.
Will sail from LIVERPOOL rery VTeelbeadair,
ea freta ikOBBBO orary Baaarelmf, sailing at
LONDUNuatuti, to receive oa boar ana let: at alb) ana
Pessenara. to and frost Ireland and Baetlaad. h h
JOPThat Bteamtrt are bull! of Iron, la water-tight
aempartaMata, sany each aa axpaiMaeed- Sargaoav and
very attention ia paia to in eomiort ana accommoea
uon ay aaataoawn. - aa ury preoeea airent to uvn uun
DBBT, the gieat risk and delay of calling at St. John's
aToiciea. . - u ..-
aiatxwv- aMngert are nsratthtd wlLB rata catsage
ticket to and from iremlondeny. . . - .r1AatA;- f
Batura tioki traata at radooM aatet. - . v
Oertlflcatea iatued tor aarrylnt to and bringing tat neav
senK.r trots a lithe principal towns of Great Britain and
Ireland, at retimed rate, hy thi tine ot tteamero, and
by the WASHINGTON LINB Uf SAUUNtt ratlASTl,
leaving uverpooi every wcra.
Is;ht Draft for rieiati wyvre.r'aa pay.
f i.laud etr kValeavi. (' ; t Ji-r'
or paatair; apply aV lh YJnosi' 23 ft O A If.
WATT, New jorlt, .aa jb wa'
llMnaal. " 'rr7l.-
.ww-a"-- o' r. ..!; h' -w.. .r.
- - easat s ar.nn,iia, uaoarai arvnts,
or .loi j;tti armstromC.1
aolO-lydkw , s Btatettnaa OffiowColanbus. Ohio.
. .. mimm . ae.w m , . . "
DTBT1SBMBNT r ITT !
i m tf (he INBTAST BBialBf
I and PBBJIANBNT OtTRB ofW
" dHttreatlnf eeaplalst 'as v,.j'J
, R j, DTt
BROHCntAL CI01EIXTIS,
UadebyOt B. BBTMOTJB CO., VOV Bmaafw-St.,11 f.
' rnt eiperkowl atoty aeat. ;w a x
, f of.' r Alb . at all DBceeisri,.
OMrV-dAwlyie 1
1 rAt.TF.Bw: Bt T He. BAIT UCB BUTTS
11 ef tleirant enaUriee for Ladle; aba, Mtear' Mitt.
a great vsurkty BALK'S.
SaarBI
ft
3 W "
mix
KM
mitt
1
1 1
TBf I f I
Tit
J
An, experianced Haree and female Phyelctan, presenU
.0 tetheatteatloaof mother, her
SQQJ HING SYRUP,
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING.
which greatly facilitate the process of scathing, by soft
nlngtheguma, reducing all inflammation will allay
ALL PAIS aad spasmodic action, and ia
SIJHE TO HEOBUTE THE BOW E 1,1s,
Depend npon It, motbera. It will elva raat la nn.h.
and
BZLTET aid exaxte to tovx Drruni.
We have put up and eold thi article for oyer ten year,.
andOAlf SAY, IN OONflDKNOI AND TRUTH, of it!
what w bay never been able to say of any other medl
Oln NBVBB BAS IT f AILED, IN A BINQLB IN8T-
anus, lu yyux a uu Jta, wnen timely need. Nev
er did we know an Ins tan oe of dissatisfaction by any on
who used It, On th contrary, all are delighted with it
operations, and speak in terms of commendation of its
magical ell ecu and medical virtues. We speak lo thi
matter "WHAT WJS DO KNOW;" after ten yean' exp
rieno. AND PLKDOI OUB BIPUTAT10N fOB TBI
f ULILLIdKNT Of WSAT W BSBB DKCLAKJ. In
almost every Inttanc where the Infant Is suffering from
pain and exhaustion, relief will be found ia fifteen or
twenty minute after thesyrap Is dmlnltared.
ants valuable preparation Is tne preeonption of one of .
the moet XPlklllNOICDaad SKILLFUL NUBBBSla
New Borland, and has been used with MBTSB I AIL
INO BUOCKdS in ,
THOCSAifDS Or CASES.
- It notocly relievee th child from pain, imt Ineiger
atas th stomach and bowels, eorrecls acidity, and gives
ton and energy to tbe whole tystem. It will almost lc
stantly relieve
ABIPIKO IV TBE EOWKIS, i5S WIND COUO
and overcome oonvnisions, which. If not speedily rem
died, end In death. We believe It the BKaT and BUfaV
8T BKMKDY IN Tim WORLD, In all easel of Or.
BNTBRI and DIARU11CBA IN OBILDBBU, whethei
It arises front teething, or from any other can, yy.
would say to every mother wbo hue child mffeiiog from
any of the foregoing complaint DO NOT LBT YOUB
PBBJTJDICBS NOB TUB PBBJDDICBSOf OiBIR
stand between yeu and your suffering child, and th re
lief that will be BUKI-ye. ABSOLUTELY 8UBB-to
follow the at of this medicine, if timely nsed. full di
rections for suing will accompany wch bottle. Von
genuine unlet the fac simile of CORIIS at PBBXINS,
New York, le on the outside wrapper.
Bold by all Druggists throughout tb world.
Prl itclpal Office, 13 Cedar Street N.T.
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
0CtS7-dltwly.
- PB.0P. WOOD'S
1
BLOOD b0VATOR
B It precisely what Its nama Indieatee, for, while,
UI pieaaant to tb teste. It 1 revivify! og, esthllarat
log. invigorating and atrengthentng tj th vital
Q
0
powtra, ana bi in earn urn revivine
IvUtatet, and renews the Blood in all its parity and
that at once rttlorei and renders Ma tyetewt in
ri
vuburabttto attacki of dlfato. It 1 tbe only!
HI.-.-k vu,im v Mir, wviiu. av viwrsi-
lly and till If ally combined tt to be tbe met
HI
u "si i ui Kiuia aau n fc me ram, time eo penecny
f,
M
idapted to, at to act In perfeet accordance with the
awe of natni. and hence will loofAe Out mtatttt
Momacn, and ton op th digestive organs, and
mat anayeii nervous ana otner trrtuuoa. It it
perfectly exhilarating, and at the tame time It It
oomposed entirely of- vegetable, jet to combined,
H
aa to produce tn most tboroagh tonic effoot, with
lout producing aoy injurious oonteqaeooes Booh
a remedy hat long been felt to be a desideratum In
iha medical world, for ttneedt no medical skill to
tee that debility follows all attacks of diaeate. and
proceeds and Indeed lays the system open to tbe
Insidiout attack of many of tht mott fatal, inch,
for example, as th following: Consumption, In
, vytpeptia. i-oas ot Appetite, raininess
IN
Irritability, Neuralgia Palpitation of thai
Ueart, Melaacholy,Nlght Bweats. Languor, Glddi J
net, neieouoo ' W,M ss rtintui o Detracted
too profo. or too toaot Menstruation, and fall
ing of th Womb. ' These all depend anon central
debility Thi pare, healthy, tenia Cordial end!
Blood Renovator it aa tare to aura at the tan toll
rite and set. There tt no mttttkt about tt. - Bnt'l
bit it not til. If tha tystem It weakened, we are
lotiea to bilVout attack, th liver become terold.
or wore eiseaeeu. mm aianey rertMe tn tMrtonnir
- ... . - -
tBetrninouona, ana w are iroabiee wtta scald log,
b
ana inconucenoa ui anne, or involuntary at-l
charge of the tame, pata I th back, tide and ho-1
tweea tn enouwers, xeeedlntly llabl to elltht n
cold, eoeshs, end if anohecked. aooa amacJaLion
louows. ana tn patient goea down to a premature .
0
arave. not space win not allow at to enumerate I
ih many lilt to which we are liable tn a weakened!
'condition of the system. Bat we will say, In this
Oordlal and Blood Renovator yoa hay a nerfacLlLJ
safe, pleasant and effectual remedy for hue ofM
AOOttit. Bllloatatea. riernleaee waalr anl ftlk w
Stomach, Languor, Liver Complaint. Chills and
ferer. or any Billont attack. Ooailveneaa. aibiii
of th Stomach, Nenrouanett, Neuralgia, Palplta-
uoaoi uie ueart. s, nation or Bpirtit. Buree.
Pimple on tb fao or any disss arising from ssl
,mpur blood, such at Scrofula, Erytipelaa, Brea
hitle. Ooueh. difficulty of Breathlnrr. and all thtt'. .
Alaelaat of dlMttea called femal weakaee. aad M
enumerated above. We will also ay tb traveler aJ
Exposed to epidemics, change of climate and wat-l
vr, wui una It a pieaaant, sale and sore remedy,
and aoae should ever travel without. Reader I
try It for we aaiara too yoa will find in It a irland
Bodeed.at wellatafrtend In need. All peronofj
saoeniary naniu will nad it a penect prevenuy oil
as well as core for those ailments to which they aie
particularly expoeed. Hence minltterttadenttt
torntyt, literary ntlemen,and ladlet wbo are not
i4
is
accustomed to much outdoor exercise, will find it
'O their advantag to keep a bottle constantly on
hand: and, a nova all. mothers, or thee beeomina
tuchi will go through that mott dangerous perlou
not only wth all their aceaatomed etrenglh, but
aie ana tree irom tne luoutana aiimentt eo nrev
alent among th female portion ot th world. It
short, lt Indeed a mother cordial. TrsltoM
end jouDg; no longer run the risk of delay: It will
retuve and nrove itaelf emDbatlcallv a xraatora.
0
Me Cordial and Blood Btnovator.
O.J. WOOD, proprietor, 444 Broadway, Hew
ior. anant Market street, ut. Looia. Bo., aue
isotu oy ttuuaitxs a samusii, uolumbut, omo.
ana an gooo; ilruggliu: rrlc On Dollar
per Bottle. t . marohW-dAwoowly ,
NEWARK aiACHINE WORKS,
.. . ... newabk omo,' '' h r.tii
nannfactsireys af all klnda af twr-
tabie aid Ntatiaaarv steam -
Kine, (taw milla, urlat BUIla, i i
U:..i . eV3., Ac. . . . -.i-'.
lAJHtdi BODLXYtooamt B. 1. BMJTD TBtattnl
at. B. J)VrJJ.l,almIU-VOinXBCS.
i' ,.1iih sn . . BBinlisn.
MASjtliJX i-V. JSWW lilt njO-SA- Ullf
et CO. Statnlllll - ...M"
,0nr PorUbl Soglne' find Saw Mill
Was awarded th first premium ef SW at the Indiana
Slate, fair for J?80. aver. LJe f Bedley on aceoant ot
Price,, llghtoeee, eioaplioitj, economy of fuel
and guperlpr character of lumber sawed. ,
, Oar Stationary Engine wm awarded at tbe tame ,f air
th drat premium of I MO. ,
' . Oar Portable Kogln was awardtd the first prrailua of
1U0 at th f air at Memphl. Tnn., over Blandy't Da
yaira,ColambuaMaohioOot.,and Bradford ft Co'.
bye tommttw of practical Kali road Bnginaert' i v
-iVoVpiiy and term tddrtt J ' . ' -' ' ' i S
WILLABD WABltKB, treaanrtr,
d-SatwlyeoJt.) ' ' ; y J Kewark.Ohlo.
B AGDE-BRA8S WORKS,
i r- - .- ' . ,
Carnerfiprlasj At Water .,
OolxxTjato'iXaa,' 02aJ.o.
vr?:$:;tvomh& oo.,
lad Manafacturers of Braet and Compodrloa Oaa tings,
,i u n nahed Brat Work of all Daaoriptloae.
8TNCIU CUTTING, &C.
feblVl-dly . . - - .
TTTANTE D-AgiKNTB T St SKLL
VV aackaires ef STATIONERY and JltWtl.kV, at
Brio one-third leu than oaa oe purcnaata tinr
Call oa y eddreaa (stamp attcloaeaj i
L.BAILKi,Mo
march 8t!:dl nt.
lit Court at., Boatoo, Maes.
nnintinn
CORDIAL
IMllUB

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