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THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 1861.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Tbe Adams Eipress Company places na dally
under Obligations to It lor tne Tory wai paper
from the eastern oities. : 1
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The American Express Company bai oar
thanks for Hi dally favors In the inapt of ths
very latest eastern papers. . ..
Movement or Taoors. -Oae full company
and part of another, belonging to the Ninth
Regiment of Indiana three months Volunteer!,
arrived at Camp Jackson, yesterday, from Camp
Morton, at Indianapolis. This detachment
came on as an advance baggage guard for their
Regiment, which was under marching orders to
follow them so as to arrive here at about nine
o'clock last evening, and proceed hence to some
other destination.. The Regiment la under the
command of Col. Milrot, and is armed, equip
pad and uniformed. Tbe uniforms are ot a
gray'color. The appearance of the men spoke
favorably for the Indiana troops. There are
now five Regiment left encamped at Iadianap-
olis.' -..i .::' i ' -;
1 ne ineteenlb Regiment, O. V. M., under
me command or uoi. 4M0fL BiiTrr, went.
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jO. W. XlOLLlnOSwOaTH and Ma . U. W .
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Bocaxir, loft Camp Jackson yesterday-two
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uumimaie iur oeiiair,ana me remaiuaor ot ue
Regiment for Camp Goddard, near Zaneavllle,
It la expected that the eight Companies will
soon follow the detaohment that has gone for
ward to Bellair. "
Four Companies o( the Twenty eeoond Regl.
ment, under the command of Major Pink, also
left Camp Jackson, yesterday, for Athens, via
Loveland. . The other alx Companies of this
Regiment were under orders to leave this mom-
log, under the command of Col
the same destination. ' '
Gilmokb, for I
AH the Ohio troop ordered to leave Came I
Jackson, yesterday and tbia morning, were I
armed and equipped here. I
Tbe departure of tbe Nineteenth and Twenty-1
second Regiments leaves in Camp Jackson but I
three Companles-Capt. Walcott's, of this dtyi I
Capt Johnson's, of Fayette county, and tha Day-1
ton Zouave. ; Two of these Companies, Cant. I
Walcutt's and Capt. Johnson's, have enlisted I
for three year.
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Blackwood's Maozin. Old Blaciteood Is,
aa usual, solid and instructive. The number
for May, 18C1, has the following Inviting table
of contents: - '
"The Ministry and the Budget: Mr. Bean
ohamn. Vanoc.roa. Mnila.'. . n ,1..
NetherUnd., Tha Euth.n.ai. f a. n.
w - waav v nvuiati
Empire; 'Tbe Executor; The Origin of Spe-
cies; a New Song; Life of tbe Right Hon. Wil
liam Pitt; by Erl Stanhope."
Of thesa articles, ;the review of "Momt's
History of the Netherlands," and the"Euthana
aia of the Ottoman Empire," are of general and
absorbing interest. "Mrs. .BiAOOBAMr's Ven
geance" is a sketohy and lively story. In the
"Exccntor," we have the first Instalment of a
new tale, which opens well.
The terms of publication for BUdvnod and
the fonr British Quarterly Reviews are aa fol
lows: ,
Blackwood; $3 00, Blackwood and one oil
the Quarterlies $5 00, Blackwood and the four
Quarterlies 3)10 00.
Remittances should always be addressed to
the Publishers, Lcoiuao Scott ft Co., No. 64
Gold Street, New York.
CoMPANirs AorarriD roa Taau Yxaas' Sia.
vice. Tbe following la a list of Companies for
three years' service from among those not at
tached to any Regiment ordered into camps,
or early reported as fulli v ' '
Adams . county, Captain Patterson; Allen,
Capt. Harbart; Ashtabula, Capt.. Giddings;
Belmont, Capt. Cnarlesworth; Butler, - Capt.
Smith; Stark, Capt. Beatty; Columbiana,
Capt. Hlgglns; Coshocton, Capt. Given;
Crawrord Capt. Skiles; Cuyahoga, Capt.
Johaeon; Cuvahoge, Capt.j Arnold; Cavaho-
ga, Capt. McElrath; Delaware, Capt.' Mere-
ditb; .rie, L.apk weiierj fayette, Uapt. John
aoo; Franklin, Capt. Waloutt; Highland, Capt.
Hill: Holmes, Capt. Drakes Huron, Capt. Kel
log; Huron, Capt. Terry; Jefferson, Capt. Oli
ver; iaKe, uapt. moore; LiOgan,uapt. Uanby;
Loralne, Capt. Howard; Mahoning, Capt. Zim
merman; Miami, Capt. Kelaea; Monroe, Capt.
Wasbbnrn; Monroe, Capt. William; Montgom
ery, Capt- Jackson; Morgan, Capt. Hanna; Mor
row. Capt. Crawford; Muskingum, Capt. 8 ur
ge j Richland, Capt Beekman; Sanduiky, Capt.
Crowell; Seneoa, Capt. Way; Trumbull, Capt.
Hall; Tuscarawas, Capt. Nugen; Wayne, Capt.
Simms. ' ......
Tut Pcblio Woaxs. The Governor, Auditor
and Treasurer of State, in obedience to the law
providing for leasing the Public Works, on yes
terday afternoon, caused tha aamc to be offered
at public outcry, In the Rotunda of the State
House. Many persons were present as spectators,
but bidders were limited In number. , Just at the
hour of four o'clock, the sale waa closed, and
tbe Works were knocked down to Kimt Jabvi,
Ainold Mcobirxt, Thomas Bioww, Thomas
Moori, William J. Jackson and Joiim Coons,
at an annual rent of $30,075.
Indictmihtb t tb Ghd . Jor The
Grand Jury were discharged on Monday by tbe
Court of Common Pleas, During their session at
tbe present term or the Court, they found
twenty fire indictments two for' assault with
intent to murder; two tor malicious shooting
with intent to kill; five "for . robbery; one for
rape; four for burglary; alx' for riot; one for
grand larceny, and four for minor offences.
CTCol. MoCook's Regiment (the Tenth) waa
mustered Into the, United States service for thrse
years, on Tuesday, by Col. ANniiaoti,at Camp
Dennlson. None were rejected,' and every nun
renewed tbe oath ol fidelity to the flag of the
Union It la reported thai this Regiment bad
received marching orders to mora Into Western
Virginia, to be followed by seven or eight other
Regiments from1 CampDeonisoh.n ;-fl u r-'
Sau o ma .0. & MrRr Rf-U thenltad
Statca Court aitting at Indianapolis, a decree
was wntared oh Monday last In the cue of E.
D. Mouaic et al. r. .the Ohio and Mississippi
Railroad, ordering tha road and ita rolling stock
to be sold under a deed of trust to'secure' tbe
payment of lotemt on boud.F Bala wilt be
made In Cincinnati after three months' notice
CTThe Fifth Ward Homo Guards, on Tues
day evening last, elected the following officers
Captain FasniKio Badc First Lieutenants
J acqs VoosL0iaN0, Second Lleuteoagt
FainaatoC. Buck. KtiWi ' n ..wh
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SossisTtNCi Stoats. It will bt seen by re
ferring to the advertisement of the Commissar
General In this paper.'that proposall will bs re
ceived, at bia offloe, foe furnishing subsistence
store at MarieU.
Q Potass, ot GaN'a, MetropoUten Mln-
atreli performed last evening, at Armory, Hall,
to a crowCUd house, and provoked anottrflow
of tha most exuberant mirth.,. They perform
again at tbe same place ti-night.
ITIn the cue of Oauvm Brio Yoono,
dieted tor treason, at Cincinnati, Jury
sworn on Tuesday, and the trial If proceeding.
ILTGot. Mobtor, of Indiana, has contracted
with parties now In Europe for three thousand
Eoflsld rifles to be delivered In June.
In-1
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Rail Road Time Table.
St k. Xtxia
Leaves. Arrive
Cincinnati accommodation. 8:00 A. M. :05 p. M,
" faDM..u... 11:50 A. H. . 11:03 A. M.
Hail Accommodation 1:30 P. M. 1 ' 8:M P. II,
Might Express via Paylon.m:uu miaaignt. axuA. M
.BO. TT . ifUIUTI, JtfVQI
Ooionss Cuntum B. B. , ;
Nlaht lxnress. 3:40 A. M. 11:45 P. If.
Nw YorkBxprest 11:10A.M. 11:10A.M.
Mall and Accommodation.. S.80 P.k. .- 8:10 P. M.
. , Janet Pai-rmson, Agent,
Canubin B. B. V.
No. 1 Iidnh 3:90 A. M. - 11:38 A. M.
No. 8 do 11:18 A.' M. 11:45 P. M.
Ho. I do 1:10 P. M. 4:50 A. M
W. J. will, Agent.
Prrrtttitan, Oouinn It CnsnmuTi B. B. -
Valllmla 3 30 A.M. . 11:38 A. M.
xpressTrain 11:18A.M. 11:45 P. M
JO. K011KMK, Agtnt.
Oownso 4c Ixduhofolis, B. B. .- r, , '
UOLDMSUS Plan IND1AHA S. B. .-.! t'-'-'i .
no. I Irortss 6:30 A. M. : 1 1:50 P. M
Mo. 8 3:00 P.M. 8:45 P. M,
AooommodiUon . . -10:30, A. M.
SAMArAiiLLA This troplcalroot has a repu.
taUon wide aa the world, for curing one class of
disorders that afflict mankind- reputation too
which it deserves u tbe beat antidote we poa-
ItesafoUorofulouscomDlalnU. But to be brought
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into me. It virtnen mnnt ha nonnflntratad f and
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oomblned with other medicines that Increase
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its power. Some reliable command of 18
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Read the Advertisement of Dr. Arit'a Sarsap
ariUa in our columns, and we know It needs no
mr columns, and we know It needa no
i from us to glvy our oitlzena confidence
encominm
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what he
RHion4Tiaii-Toaoy who bare been afflioted
with tbia malady, the very reading of the above
headiDg will call to mind the remembrance of
ta aaoat eiomcBting pain and prolonged agony,
The Joints swelled, stiff and unyielding, each
tata the body accompanied by a abock that
ould induce tbe belief that every bone In the
human anatomy was about to be dislocated.
From two to three bottlea ot "Kennedy's Medl
Discovery" will cure the worst oase of Rheu-
matlam. We would refer to tha cure of J. Ma.
comber, Esq., a respectable citlreu of Boston,
who was cured at the age of fifty-five years af-
an lilnesa of a quarter of a century, and an
expenso of soma $5,000 paid to various Pbysi-
siolans. For the cure of humors it has so equal.
Just
Holloway's Pills and Ointment.
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PiLU AND FiSTDLis. Conaolatlon fartiii At.
flicted eufferera from these terrible penaltiea
oi aouseo nature, will find apeedy relief by a
few applicatlona of this oooular ointment. A
Wadyper.everance In lrt UM, will, with the aid
oi ue rius, eneot a radical oure witnout re
ooune to Ugaturti or olher barbarous operations
woruy tna aarx ages oi science. . Tha filla are
a moat valuable epeelfio for Indigestion and by
ueir apeneni acuon on tne bowels, they exter
minate tbe primary causa of piles, &o. Sold by
all Druggists, at 25o., 63c. and tl ner box or
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TELEGRAPHIC!
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
Dispatches from Washington.
WASHINGTON, May 28.
probably be accepted br the Government.
The probabilities are that the Brigade of
uan ocourx, wno is now ncre, win De sent to
fortress Monroe. .
Allen A. Burton, of Kentucky, hu been ap
pointed Minlater Reaident at New-Grenadaia
place of General Jones, of Iowa. . ,- ,
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[World's Special.]
Tbo 71st Regiment onl ' went as far as
Alexandria. The First and Second Ohio Regi
menta marched across tbe Long Bridge tble P.
M., and are encamped near Arlington Heights.
it la a general impresdo that a movement
will soon be made ao far into Virginia that all
retreat of the rebels at Harper's Ferry will be
cutoff.
A well known. citiien of North Carolina
reached here to-night from that 8tate. He
thinks tha reports of the numbers, condition
and armament of tha Southern troops are great
ly exaggerated. It aeema that It i;their deter
mination to act aoieiy on tne onenstve in this
war. . w . , i . .
Tbe Second New York Regiment waa sworn
in to-day, except some 300, who refused to be
sworn for three veara. All their uniforms, ex
cept their pantaloons, were stripped from them,
and they cams Into the city from the encamp-
ant. ' - '
Hon. James Ashley, of Ohio, arrived to night
from Fortress Monroe. He reports all quiet
there. - There are some 10,000 men under Gen.
Butler's command. He will make no advance
into Virginia until ho hu at leaet 10,000 mora.
[Special Tribune.]
A citiien of Faducan, Kentucky, who wu
pref aingly Invited to leave, report the eeceesion
teeiing in me ux wciwra eoantie or Kentucky
as being fully equal to that of South Carolina.
From tha Tennessee river to tbo Mississippi,
mob law and terrorism reigned. . v .
Arms and ammunition are daily being taken
through Montgomery county, Maryland, to Har
per's Ferry. . ,
, Tha details of the new levy ol 100,000 men
will soon be made known to the country. v . " '
me rresiaent saia w-aay mat an mil regi
ments ready for service would have an oppor
tunity to come forward in a few days. - o
r if teen regiments in an nave been aoceoted
from Illinois. . .
Lieut. Colonel Helnlselman had a eolonelcv
conferred apon bim this morning. Ht was the
man who drove Umtreru from Texu. .
An Important movement on Grafton, Va,. ia
being made. A large body of troop have al
ready eroseed the river hastily to their rendti
vous. The Virginia detaohment Is at Grafton
in ooaaiderable foroe, and it Is believed that a
collision la inevitable.
Harper's Ferry will probably be evaonated bv
this direction of columns, without any' direct
demonstration being made upon tha troops there
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To-morrow a very important aavance against
the rebel foroes at Harpesw Ferry takes place
from Philadelphia. Five regiments go forward
ia Harrlaburg and Chambarsburg, under Gene
ral Patterson, simultaneous with the advance
to be made from tbe Weit, under command of
Uenerai juoueiiana, . , , t .. .., , ,ul
[Herald Correspondence]
I learn from a Goveranteni offieer ' that tha
SecretarTof War had mada. BDnlioatlon aoma
days ago for a large quantitv of rolling stock of
too itaiiunora ana unw uauioaa, to no used on
the Orange and Alexandria road. Ha will
nave tnai roaa in working order lor the trans
portation of men and supplies. Tha first mora
will prooaoiy no maae on Manas a ua Junc
tion, being considered a highly important coal-
tlon, and when once In ootsMsion of the Gov
ernment, will bo the key to all the operations of
uioitoeia,-
[Herald's Dispatch.]
WASHINGTON, May 29.
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There are oonatantlr oominr Into FortNaa
Monroe, from tna Mrroewuag oowatrv. aulta a
number of slave, who era desirous of being set
at wort. uen. nuuer noiae turn as contraband
of war. . ..
Tha following Is from Fortress Monro, dated
Monday evening, 87 lb, from eorrwnondeneo of
the AaaooUted Preset ". - - ' -' '- i
A foroe of 1.600 men.lnoladtn1 a la e.
Ian and four pieeos of artillery, formed to-day
an latraoohad aamn al MaMw. naar tha m tmth
Of Jam RivtC. ribont tan' ntlaafmiM Fnrtraaa
Monroe, Tbt rebel battary fired fonr shots at
.Wlu.ui.;ai Muaaar uty, off Bewail
reins, ana uoagn Uhm 41..... l.
shots fell bar little ahort.indicatlng that the
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NewportHkh Bmll'l polni, & In plM
Kmm ITaakaaa KTuaA lT,l. a '
iViOUQ. Th roadsbead tiiete Is
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mand a sand Island, which is about midv ha
ten, and completely guards the entrance
"S-.'SISL ... ,M,fnI tw
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laie possession ot ue islands -,
Newport commands also, to a treat extant,
the peninsula between tha Jam anri VaIt
nirers.
A lam foroe Is to be assembled thorn, and
u important a movement la i kaiv in meat nn
poiltion. . -
There was evidently creel antieit at cj.m.
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urn last wgat.
nampton is nearly deserted,
The LOOS' Brldra there araa human, an C.l...
day. - '
About 100 fugitives earn In this morning.--
Hcrt uruTiuea wiia raiinni inn mmt a
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Col. Butlflr. hpAthAr nf CIatx.
sires Instructions may be sent to him regarding:
the method of daallnv with inatM. It i.
vv wiku bun UMUiunh. inn. n 11 1. 1 am tt.
derstood the Government fully endorses the
Previous COUne of Gen. RnLlar rirln-
slaves. " a fi
[Special to the Post.]
Oreat Intaraat la nntMA ! il.. D.l.t
. Ev7"" 0,,e' " 11 ""Kht tbe Govern
uou. win reepeci me uonri's civil powers,
Deoretary Uameron la ill.
Ihe President accented four Illlnnta
menie, who came to him rath th.n
Hl.t. mi .
ZmwY. ani n a "!w0.rtb ,.ori8''I
It to Mid MajorkShalier has been u'nda,
ywoneicy or the Jire Zouaves, in niece of
Kna amantarf a.1 11 L. v. .
7Z,r "UIU' "M nnnownwheth
v. HI will BCCCH. '
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- wg an aavance column of tha
7nd armv will be noatad for-.M
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nl J lat Rlai'VA.l. TJ ..f a
i7 i . aurajveKimeni nave returned
tbe Wanhlnotnn Kmww V. .,1 a i.t .
took them down the river
Th Government is satisfied that lu naval
1 government la satlified that lu naval
i?1 V,e n of forwardness
J"fSlf ' ?KM9 SUth,rn Pott
utner election return In Viroini.' li,.- ..-
vti a. --"- "w tun
w7 TnT Pnno. near Mt. Vernon,
was 10 for Union- to tm o i m . :
.e i b i '"joriiy lor Union.
ten Bchurx baa bean denrlva t it,. ...m.
eation of proceeding with hi. hrti-.Ha , pT.T. "I
s.ue- H"" i "ncer.e Minl.tar to
drld.
J?J&ftPlt th?lf7 to-ey telegraph
fT.m . "or.swncmnan an order to
laeliitata anon) a. nf onnAm .i.. t .i,
fern Virginia, entering at the port of
The ffenera) charfmtt ka j
reeeired here shows a better understanding
r?...U.r0??f B 0'PitaI ot lhe oonditlon of af:
iu mil couuiry.
The first diplomatic dinner of the President
take Dlaoe on Tnaula mi... d. i
8cS.nhl.6.ter?.In6, to PNnt Hon. MrT
Schenoka brigadier general.
Col. Anderson ha.haan .1.. il. j
a western military department.
.u. raowoweu, commanding the new Vir
ginia militavy geographical department , has no
particular place for his headquarters. They
be movable aocordlog to circumstances.
information ha. aahi n..k! .
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!i. 'SSI '0,oe, hm thr0WD "P 'iworks,
perhaps 200 feet square, at Manauaa Gap Juno
tion.andoommandingthe track for perhapa a
They are under command of Gen. Bon
ham, of South Carolina.
Col. Msgrnder waa thara In r .
battery. , ,
It la believed that Col. Kershaw's South
regiment baa moved up the road to
Centrevllie, Falrax Co., to strengthen them in
position there, in view of tbe probability
the Federal troops would strike a blow at
point, to cut off communication with Har
Ferry.
Yates and Hon. Jno.A. McClernand leave
to-morrow for their homes in Illinois,
having accomplished tbe object of their visit,
wnicn waa tbe arrangement of certain miiitar
AAmma.ia ..J u . . .
AWaer reSUlt Or tOtlr mlaainn la iha iiniaii
tanoeof six regiments of three months volun-
I OT inrca Teara. Inirathaa alth A
ditional regimenU for the same period.
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From Fortress Monroe, &c.
BALTIMORE, May 29.
A ateamer from Fortress Monroe hu arrived
here. She left hut evening at 6 o'clock, when
a small stumer from Norfolk, under a flag of
trues, uau jun i.uaea over iuu passengers on
the Cumberland. Thev were mo.tlv wivaa and
uuiiurcnoi laoorere in tne navy lard.
They report there are from 7,000 to 9,000
troops at Norfolk and Portsmouth.
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uen. Beauregard had not arrived.
The Louisiana and Gaoriria troona were tha
beat accoutred and disciplined.
rrovisions were very high.
81xty seven Union votes were cut at Ports
mouth, end ovar 20 In Norfolk.
Several batteries bave been erected between
Fortress ' Monroe and Norfolk. That upon
Craney Island, midway between, and command
ing the approach to Norfolk and Portsmouth,
hu embruuru for 40 guna. . '
ina encampment at Newport Point hu thua
far been undisturbed. .
No Immediate ; attack on Sewall's Point
or Norfolk - need be -expected. Geo.- But
ler wilt not risk valuable lives for a point of so
Utile atrateclo importance. . oomnared with
other near at hand.
Gen. Train, from Norfolk, aavs Beanrarard
wu expected there Toesdav night . The
tLwM don't exceed 7,000. Accessions were dally
ak UIVKU . . I
SewaU'S Point Batterv wu .almost deatrnveil
by the guna of the Monticello. A large foroe le
now repairing It. ' - v .
Il wu anticipated that Gen. Butler would
land force at Ocean View, 6 mile from Sew
all' Point, and 10 from Norfolk. -.'..
- In Fortemonth 71 votes were cast aeainat ae-
cesiion by a rifle company. Tbey were Imme
diately disbanded. , .
iney have but one riflad cannon at Sewall's
Point. ' ;
From St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS, May 28.
It ia untrue that 0n. Harnev. a reoortad.
baa autboriied the formation oi Union Home
Guards In several prlnoipal cities of the State.
uoi. Bonuttner uegiment U. a. Volunteers
left for Bird's Point, on the Government ateam
er City of Louisville, at 4 o'clock P, M. . ,
ST. LOUIS, May 29.
J. II. Crane's furniture establishment, on 3d
Street.-waa burned last nizht. Loss about
$10,000-insored.
- Col. MeArthur'a Res ment of Illinois Volun
teers left Caseyvllla yesterday, under ordera to
proceed to aoma point southward-
ui. uiair's Keeimentof Missouri Volunteers
ara nnder marehlng ordera, and ara expected to
move towards Virginia In a day or two.
- a revolt in tne renitenuary at Jefferson uty,
Monday night, resulted in the escape of four
pnonf.:v .
From Cairo.
CAIRO, May 29.
a A raiment of St. Louis Volunteers, an
der eonuaand of col. bobuttner, arrived tble af
ternoon, and Proceeded at once to Bird's Paint.
which they will permanently hold. They are
supplied with Minis rifles, earns CQuiotte and
proviiiona iot ou nays. I wo oatteries will Da
t I . win M . aaea w.a. .
seat from hers to-morrow; .
A Kentleman from tha Booth resorts that of
all tbe troona under command of Gen. Pillow.
eniv o,iou ara well armed. These were princi
pally at union wj ana tunaoipa. Arm, no'
ever, ware dally arriving for others. ,
. inree vw-ponnaers, three xf-pounders, one S
inoh bowitker and ona o.inoh mortar, at now
here, uounung to b finished to-morrow.
News that troop . bar been sent Into Vir
ginia front Uhioatrtngtben the belief of an
eariy movement rrom nore. t. ..... .
The Border State Convention.
FRANKFORT, May 29.
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Hall, Guthrie, Wioklife, Bull.Dixoaand Don
lap wero onosen a oomauwe to prepare a tnx-
oral address. Meter. Uulhrie, Bill,. DUoo
WUliama and Riobatdsoa ara atmolnted a com
mtttea to prepare an address to the people of
i . Tha members of tbo Convention war Ivors
aeniuoKy on ue resolutions.
to ba faithful to tha ConaUtntlonrf tha United
eta to wbU Boiaug membarsbip.
Movements of the Federal Forces in
Western Virginia.
CINCINNATI, May 29.
r irtt Regiment tM Virginia volunteers, atiUon
ed at WBeeling, received order to maroh. They
leic Wheeling at seven, o'ciocx on Monday
mornine. movine towards Grafton. After their
departure, the . Sixteenth Ohio Regiment,
stationed at Bellair, under command of Col.
Irvine, numbering 1000 strong, crossed tbe river
ana followed Cel. Kelly's command. Tbe f our
teenth Ohio Regiment, under command of Col.
Steodman, crossed the Ohio at Marietta about
the same time, and occupied Parkeraburg. At
midnight, on Monday, the rebels evaouated
Grafton In great haste. Col. Kelly is probably
n possession or uraiion mis morning.
NEW YORK, May 29.
The steamer Bienville, from Havana 37th.
has arrived,
Monev stringent at Havana, 9J per cent..
Buslnese confidence not restored. Exchange
on London 45 per cent, premium; on New
York and Boston 204 per cent, discount. None
for New Orleans.. Bugara more active at 5'
u reais; stocx Kau,vw poxes, moiaiae
met Freights bave advanced lor loreie;
dais. -"
Tbo steamer Columbia wu going to Havana
TJlh. : - ! :
at
NEW YORK, May 29.
The transoort steamer Empire Citr. arrived
from Fortress Monroe, reports that the Harriet
Lane had captured the schooners Catharine, of
newourn, and ina, or Baltimore, bo in laden
with naval stores.
Tbe frigate Niagara arrived at Havana on
the 19tb, and sailed the 23d, on a cruise. The
gun boat Huntsville arrived at Havana on the
23d.
Bartlett'a NavalB rigade left for Fortress
Monroe to dav. They number 780 men. with
several James' rifled cannon. They are all
seamen.
CHAMBERSBURG, May 28.
It Is known that tbe Secessionists at William.
port and Hagerstown are concocting plan to
enanie tne Virginians to invade waebiceton.
This movement is supposed to indicate an at
tempt to Interfere witn tbe election of Thomas
Congress, whioh Is deemed an overwhelming
CHAMBERSBURG, May 29.
Tha latest from Harper's Ferrv savs 10.000
troops are there, and 400 on tbe Maryland
Heights. Tbe latter are without field pieces.
At Hagerstown, the secessionists are terror.
struck by tbe lite reinforcement at Chambers
burg, of
BOSTON, May 29.
A correspondent ot tbe Trtnictxnt states that
Commanders of the Minneiota and Niagara
In possession of tbe nsmes and deaorlotion
the vessels shortly expected at New Orleans,
valuable arms and munitions , of war pur.
chased by the rebels in Europe. A close watch
arranged ror their capture.
The ahin Abelino. recentlv arrived at New
Orleana from Boston, has been seized bv the
authorities.
!iv
with
and
This
and
effect
days,
x-am
Congressional Election
District.
XENIA, May 29.
Congress from the 7th District, was elected bv a
majority. Very light vote cut. The
election was held to fill Tom Corwin's place.
PHILADELPHIA, May 29.
troops is afoot. Several regiments, under Gen.
Patterson, leave at onoe on the Pennsylvania
iioaa.- it ia rumored that tbelr destination is
Harper's Ferry.
"
NEW ORLEANS, May 29.
An not Dewed Congress, rrevious to adlourn-
prohibiting tbe shipment of cotton from
Confederate States, ezcent through sesoorts
said Statu. -
LOUISVILLE, May 29.
fair at Soratt'a warehouse was a
decided taooma. - 953 hhd . were onened for
competition, which sold at pjioes exceeding the
average o: last year. .
Geo. N.'Saunders arrived here this morning,
win remain some days.
X
son
and
BALTIMORE, May 29.
Tbe Garibaldi Regiment, from New York,
pused through here about 8 o'clock to night,
and marched through the city.
BALTIMORE, May 29.
Col Davis' regiment passed through here to
day, taking tbe Northern road.
THE MARKETS.
New York Market.
(TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN)
NEW YORK, May 29.
extra Bute; but other description dull and heavy; sales
of 080 bbls at a 5(3)5,10 for supaiSn. western ; 3,15A5,35
for common to msdlum txtra western; $55,65 Cor ship
Ding brands and round hoop Ohio. Canadian floor un
changed; tales of 450 bbls 93.S035.M.
KYI f LOO steady at S10S4 for common to
eholc.
WH1 AT receipt of U,S9 bush; market Arm and
In reoiett for rood sound lots, but unsound and inferior
grade dull and heavy; tales of 60,000 buthat $1,15I,S5
for Milwaaki club; 1,10 for north we, Urn club;
1.0S for aommon Ohio spring; 91,16 eommwa Canadian
club.
BVa steady; salts of 1.300 buahl northern at (7. ,
BARLIY quiet at 65(S63e.
CORN recelnU of 61.103 buthl market le batter, sales
of SO 000 bush at 55(S56o for red mixed western; and
43a)47o for new Mo. .
OATS In moderate request at 3l(833'o for wt tern
Canadian and Stat.
PORK dull and heavy: tales of SOS bbls at 1 10.73
17.00 for mess,-and I2S 018,50 for prim.
ts,r UDcnaogaa. ............
CUT MEATS-lnsotlva
LARD dull; sales of 800 bbls at 99Xo.
BUIIKa-elllngat814ic lor Onto and t16 for
(tat.- r , , -
OHK1HB shady at 38c for Inferior tot rime.
W BISK Y without moderate chase tales ot 330 bbls
at lax.
BTOOKB rather sailer with only a mode rat bas
nets; money on call abundant and th entire range is
386 per cant; paper is lingular; sterling axchangs
close quietly at 1 03X91 03 for bankers bills; Ohio at
1 331 Oal and Ob 37; ill 0 Scrip 70! opening H
IS; do preferred 25v hi 0 47 V; Reading 31X; Budton
I; Harlem preferred 86 ; 0 k l ; Brio tt; St
77; N Y O 1st bonds 1 03X; lrla 1st 1 01 1 9 Harlem
1st 97 Brooklyn water loan I 03: Oal Ta 76; Vo S'a 41 H
O 33t 10 Tenn 43. Ya 47 1-9: Traarar 13' 1S1.US
51 71 Coupons 78;( do registeredTS 12 do 67, RegUtertd
87),.
Cleveland Market.
MONDAY, May 28, 1861.
oa
naiiy reaaeea.- -- .........
W HI AT steady with ala ot two lata. 800 bush
each from store, at l,3i 1 ear on track at $111 and 7
do at 1. la. ...
COR" quiet. w
0 ATS (taaby at SSSsSOo.
BIQHW INK4-iales 109 bblsat 13 ho-
BUTTIR ealt of 10 tabs at 10c.
CHSI8B qalet at 6B7e for aew. !'
I0Q8 cjolat With alt at 6o. .
L ARD range at bH for country rendered to 9A9W
ror pnma city ao.
roKK outetat n.so
HAMS city sugar cured art settlor at 10K an! lis
ior caovaaaea.
DRIBD Bill plain I0c and Ho canvassed
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, May 29.
for Oern thlt wtek, and diitlllers are now offering more
man uo. tor mizea. a is, ana mining aemana, no.
evsr, supports a rather better market than thlt.
OATS have had a dull market throughout th week.
and to-day wereaold la bulk aa lova 83c. Sellers
are reserved, however, at 8oo.
BSHLBI-is scarcely quotable, zner is 'offer
mad to buy, and If sellers put It oa the market they
ara compelled' to submit to chance offer. Iks price
aeaeu la Donuueiiy BW,
in nit nigni request, aoo is the ogur or-
fered, but Jo per bushel higher Is siked
WHI8KY Is kspt nominally at 12Wc
bat rates ar
dauyaiaaeatarractioB lower. Mav vom.
ADyiBTi8inrr. '
' for the INSTANT MLTJf
and PBBJf AN1NT CUM of Sh
ditisamlng aomplamt as
1 . SNDTH
BROHCHIAL CIGAEKTTES,
Had by O. B. BlYMOtTB 00., 107 Kaetaa St- IT. Y
rnos i par box; tent re by pott. y
tO 8AL1 AT ALL DKOaiCS,
ayS-datwlytt -
DTKLL1 triAWLII STELLA
O SHAWLS 1 1 la all dsslrabl colors, and at very
great bargain,
!'i .1.
aiin pun,
WO. 98 South High street.
aym
1 C ALTBSa THRI1D It AW BIITT8
IU M elacaat qsaUUee tor L4ms; aiao, mats Mitt
S' W.M aaus,
aiaras
. j.: V
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE.
steamiBetween Ireland and America.
NEW YORK, BOSTON AND GALWAY.
Tht followln. saw uA macnifieent Ant-class paddle
wheal Steamsbljis oompoM lb abovt Una:
ADBI1TIC, S.888 tons barthea, Oapt, J. Hanav
(Fonnsrly of th Collins Lin.)
HIBERNI4, 4,400 tons barthu. Oapt. M. Paowca.
COLUMBIA, 4.4110 " . ' K. L.iTOii.
ANOLIA. 4.400 " " Nicaouoa.
PACIVIO, S.bUO " " " , I. Ikiih.
PUINCJS ALBERT, (Screw.) .
3,300 " , j.n-iiaa.
One of tha abora ihtni will Uava Hew Tork or Bosloa
alternately every Tnetday fortalht. for Oalvay, oar-
rjm in government mails, toacmng ai ei. jonns,
N. g.
Tha Btearaara of thti Una hava tiaaii aonitrnetail with
the greatest care, under tha toMniiionof the lovern-
luooi, uare waier-tigm eomparunenu. ana ara unexeei
led for comfort, safety and spaed by any steamers afloat.
They are commanded by able and operlenced officers, I
every ezerUon will bs made to promote the comfort
ui pauengers.
A. experienoed gargeea attached to each ship.
HATES Or PASSAGE.
Flrit-clui N. T. or Boston to Oalway or Liverpool $100
Becond-clats, " , " " " . 7S
Flrst-claae. " " ti8l John', ' ' V.
Third-class, " - ' " to Oalway or Liverpool.
or any town In Ireland, on a Railway, - - - , 30
Third -clue naaaenMra ara llharal lv annnlled with bra
Visions of the beet quality, cooked and snved by the aer-
rauia oi ins uompaoy.
RETURN TICKETS. .
Parties within, to send for their friends tram the old
country can obtain tickets from any town on a railway, in
Ireland, or from the principal oities ot England and Soot
land, at very low rates.
Paasentera for Naw Tork. arriving hr th Rn.tnn
Steamers, will be forwarded to New York free of charge.
aur puaage or iuruier information, apply to
Wk. H. WICKHAM,
At the offlM Af Ilia rfAmnanv. nn tha vharf. fnnl At
Oanalatreet, New York.
HOWLAND at ABPISWALL, AgenU.
apniiv:aom
GREAT CURE.
DR. LEL AND'S
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND-
13 THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Bhenmatism, Gout . and Neuralgia,
AND A SURE CURE FOR
All Mercurial Diseases.
It Is a conveniently arranaed Band, oonlalninr a med
icated compound, to be worn a round th Waist, without
injury to th most delicate perton a; no change In habits
living la required, and It entirely removes the dis
from the ayttem, without producing th injurious
anting irom tna us or powerful Internal medi
which wesken and destroy the constitution, and
temporary relief only. By this treatment, th med
clnal properties contained in tbe Band com In contact
th blood and reach th diseata, tbroaih th pores
lb skin, effecting In eery Inttanc a perfect cure.
restoring the part afflicted to a haalihy condition.
Band Is also a mostpowerful Aim Mkrcgrul agent,
will entirely relieve th system from the jwrmoiewt
of Horcury. Moderate cases are cured in a few
and we are oonatantly receiving testimonials of lta
IBcacy In aggravated caies rf long standing.
i,w, to d nau 01 vrnggista generally, or can
santny man or express, witn run directions for at,
any part of th country . direct from th PrlnciDal
Ho. 409 BROADWAY, Hew Toik.
G. SMITH dr. CO., Sole Proprietors.
N. B. Descriptive Circulars gent free.
Dj" Agent Wanted Everywhere.
mh23.lyisorlstp.dAw
DOYLE & CO.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers ia
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Northwest Corner of High and Gay Sts.,
No. 61,
COMJIflUlIS, OHIO.
"A lerg Stock of tin and Staple floods on hand."
y31-dtf
The Celebrated Horse, Cruiser,
TITfPORTED THIS YEAH FKOKI
Sngland, by JOHN 8. BABEY, will stand this sea
at th farm of Win. H. Karcy, Qroveport, Oh io.
Cruiser Is of the celebrated Yenlton ttock of Borland.
waa aired by old Venison, th winner of th Darby
-
j
or
this
Or
Will
uiai
Urine
Womb,
will
the
If
Cordial
not
IT
0
try
which
avoia
will
certain
fever,
St.
,
Outs,
Bums,
no
nave
tain
race in 1813. Venison proved himttlf th ttouteat boras
of bis day, having traveled an foot in on year, when
only three yeara old, nine hundred miles, and run four
teen race, and one twelve.
Cruller waa bred by Lord Dorchester In 1833; tired by
Venison by Partisan, by Walton, out of Parasol by Pota
toes ton of Kcllpte. Cruiier't dam wss Red Rover, by
Tramp, out of gyntaxlna, sitter to Syntax, sirs of Bees
wing, th dam of New Minster, OiemostTaluaiilsBtallion
now in England, and stands at fifty guineas (350).
TorxrijBito OrudBen
Thoroughbred mares, Ona Hundred Dollars. A liber-
al arrangement will be mad with fanners of th neigh
borhood wishing to put eommon'bred mans. '
llT Hare irom a alliance will be taken care er.
may 4 dfcw3t ,. .. .4 - .. ;
. FIRST
'mtm OF THE $EA$0W
01 f
SPUING, AND SUMMER GOODS
;1at p. HOSE'S.
I AGAIN OFFER TO THE PUBLIC
'an entire new atock of Goods in my line, just parch,
ased in Mew York at th chaapeot panic ratee,all of which
I shall sell at th smallest proflls, for Cash. My custom
srs and friends ara reepectfully invited to call and exam
m mv Oooda and Prices, as I am determined to sell a
cheap or cheaper than any other honsa in th city; sod
ss I do my own uniting, ana superiniena my awn easi
ness, I feel assured, from my loni1 experience' in busi
ness, la .lv central satisfaction. Th fineat of work
men are employed, and all work don strictly to time and
on ahort notice, and warrantee to nt. stringers visiting
our city would consult thatr Interest by giving m a call
before purchasing eliewhere. r. ROSI,
. . sasrenant lauor,
marchJ9 dly . Cor. High and Town sts.
Watches! Diamonds !l Silver Ware!!!
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF OOL0
and Silver Watches, In treat variety.
I am Agent for the Annum Watch Co , and can
sell these excellent Watches at maniffacturers' pilces,
either Wholesale or Retail.
Come and chooas from my beautirol display or Dia
monds and other rich Jewelry. Styles new prices low.
As to Silver Ware of aterltof quality, I can tbow new
patterns, very handsome
niiverriaiea ware, leaoeiu, urne, vr airara, vatiore,
Bukets, Pitchers. Goblets, Knives, Forks, Spoons, Ac.
Then I have a supply of fin Table Cutlery, Pocket
Knlve, Baiors, Ac, and many fancy Ooode inch as
ire desired for present at such prices aa ar an Induce
ment la th purchaser. WM. BLYNN,
no, iu uucseye biock,
arSl North side State House sauare.
Ladiei' Linen Pocket-Handk'fi.
HElVIiriED STITCHED LINEN HAND
kerohiefa, very wide beau. .
Smbroidered Linen Uaudk's all price.
. Hemmed Stitched an plain do, do.
do do . colored borders. T
. Mourning do black border
do. do . ; new style cross stitched.
Pine Apple do " new patterns.
Mi..' Plain aad Hammed Stitched do all erics.
Comprising the most select assortment In the city and
at lowest nnoes. ., . . , daih at nun,
leim . - . 1 no. iw nouui itigBoueei.
i- ENTLBIHEn!' FfJRNItHINCI
VJ OOOOI.
Noveiues in necK Ties ana scam.
" Byron and Carrota Collars. '
' " Embroidered Pocket Handkerchiefs.
Psrls Kid Gloves, superior make.
uoiavn am duitw, f.nuH, tiea.
Boye1 Golden Hill Shirts, do , , ' . 1 '
- Driving and rJtreet uiovee, do
. Hemmed Pocket Handkerohlefa, various styles. ,
Half lloso and Under Ckumeata,
BAIN BON,
eprllS r j t :' J No, 89 South High street.
THE UNION FOREVER
TT1"OI ENTR LOPESA HAH1TT OF
U designs, at a,00 per 1,0W. 1 .... .v .
TJHX0I tXITXB AID I0TX PilU,
at half th pries ohsrg ed by small dealara.
rHI AD QUARTERS No. 7 Boalh High street,
iolumbos, Joey 8, 1601.. J.H.RILII.
It. .
STRRNI CHITTINDRN. . . . BBItBT T. OartTINDIIf
3. tit H. T. CHITTENDEN, .
'j ATT0RNKT8 AT LAW. .
TTJ Offices, tS9 Broadway New Tork City, and
Pamohs' Bouduo, Columbus, Ohio. . ,. ,
JOCareful attention paid to Collection.
aprllftdSm' -' . . ' . ' . "
OPRINO CLOAKS AND BASQINES
O NSW BTTLK8 Hmllt de SOB, No. if South
High atiest, have juat opened new style of Clam Oia
enLaaa. BaaaDUom and aaoaosa. made In the aeweat and
meet stylish manner. Alto, . aperh I leal as
Hltick; Mllka, vary heavy, designed expressly fog
aiaouua ana .etqquies. tpnu
.m
I
Strengthening Cordial and Blood
RnfnM Tntln.ffB1,"!.', ' 'flffrf Tnlflna
and m0 TatUlg." actlta remedbrinll" JBKlUg.
Dr.J.ILZIoLEAN'S
PuzuPEcn:
V sm awrrx Bin. A -
mu i ii aa - - .wa.
most Bzucunrf
. . AND
DELIGHTFUL
. OOODIAI.
EVER TAKEN.
IT IS 8TKICT
ly a asianUflo and
Vegetable Compound,
rooaredayth dtetU.
Uuea of Baata, Uarbs
and Barks, , Xallow
Dock, Blaod Boot, ,
BanaDarllla, Wild
Cherry Bark and Daa--r I t
dellon enters Into Its
Principle of each Iniredlent Is thoroajrhty extracted by
my new melhftri ni nUtillina. nrodncltitf i.a delirtf-na ea-
uusraung spirit, and tne moet inraiibioii. remaay lot
renovation th diaesaed svttem. atid rattorta. 'h sick.
Uffrrinv and nahllitatad INVALID U MBALTH aa
Mel-EAN'S 8TREN UTIIEN IN tJvR.
'! i' OlAl. . .'.':.;.'.".:'
hi ageedully con I"' 1 ' 1 ' '''
LIVIB COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA.. JAOND10B,
Chronic or Ntrvous Debility, DUeasas of the Kijneyt:
and all distaaes arising from a ditorderad Liver or Htom;
mm, aytpepsia, lieartuarn, lnwara fiies, iiciaiiy or mcs
nets of the Stomach, fullness of Blood to ths Bet J, Dull
pain or swimming in the head. FilL-tatlon or the Heart
rollnsss or Weight In the Stomach. Sour ItncfsUons'
Choking or suffocating feeling when lying down, Drvneat
lenowneaaor tna hub an. avea. Hunt sweat, in
ward fevers. Pain in the small of Che back, chest or side.
Buaan riumee of Heal, Depression of Bptntf , W rightful
Dreama. Lanmor. DaatiimdaBav or anv Nervoua rtiiraaa
Bores ot Blotches on tha Skin, and fever and Ana (or
uau i ana revor.) , ,, . ; ...a (
over a nilllam mt Uwttlea . - i"
Have been sold during ths last six months, and In no In
stance has it failed in giving entire satisfaction., Who,
then, will suffer from Wcakoea or Debility when Jlo
LEAN'S STRKNQTUBNINQ CORDIAL will cuie yout
N language can convey aa adequate idea of the Imme
diate and almost miraculous change produced by taking
Cordial In tbe diseased, debilitated and ahatured
nervoui system, whether broken dawn by excess, weak by
nature, or impaired by sickness, th relaxed and unstrung
organisation is restored to Its prisUn health and vigor.
- RIAURIED PEH90NS), ' ' -
others conscious of Inability,' from whatever cause.
find McLean a Strengthening Cordial a thorough
regenarator of the system; and all who may have injured
wcmteivea oy improper mauigences, win ana in me uor-
a cernun ana speeay remeuy. .... .
To tbe Ladle.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
Is a to ve reign and speedy cure for
INCIPIENT CONSCRIPTION, WHITES
Obstructed or Difficult menstruation. Incontinence of
or Involuntary Discharge thereof, falling of the
Qlddiness, fainting and all Diseases incldno t
females.
There la no Mistake About It
Suffer no longer. Take It according to Direction. : It
cumulate, etrengthea and Invigorate yoa and oaves
bloom of health to mount your cheek again. ..
artry bottle U warranted to give saUaiaoUoa.. , '
. FOB CIIILIUEN, t ' "
roar children are sicklv. nunr. or afflicted, kf of .eanV
will make them healthy, fat and robust. Dels)
a moment, try It, and you will be convinced.,
IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE,
action. Bewar of Dranlitaor Dalra who an
to palm apon yon toms Bitter or SarsaparUla trash,
they can buy cheap, byaaytni It ta just a good.
sucn men. ask lor McLean s Btrengtnenlng cor
dial, and take nothing else. It I the only remedy that
purify the blood thoroughly and at tbe same time
strengthen the system. - .
One tablespoonful taken every morning fasting. Is a
preventive of Cholera, Chills sad fever. Yellow
or any prevalent diseases. It Is pat np la large
bottles.
Price only 1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for 5.
J.H. hfcLBAM,
' Sol Proprlstor of this Cordial,
Also McLean's Tolcanlo Oil Liniment
Principal Depot on the corner of Third and Pine streets,
Louis, Mo. ......
. JrlcLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
Id bast Liniment In th World. The only safe and
cure for Oansers, Piles, Swelling and Bron
chitis, or Goitre, ParalyaU, Neuralgia, Weakness of the
Muscles, Onrooto or Inflammatory RhsnmaU , Stiff
ness of the Joints, contracted Muscle or Ligaments
larache or Toothache, Braises, Sprains, Wound, fresh
Dloers, fever Bores, Oakad Bresat Bore Nipples,
Scalds, Bore Thoat, or any Inflammation or Pain.
difference bowMvere, or ho lone tha disease may
exiatea. aacMan s ueiemiea ioniment is a ear
remedy.
Thousand or human betnga
decrepitude and misery by the nee of this Invaluable mod
dne. McIEAN'S VOICAOTO ' OIL
am
a i
It
New
;
LINIMENT " " .;
Will letltve pain almost Ineowtaneoaaly-, and It wll
cleanse, purify and heal the soalast sores la an ioeredi
ly snort time. - -. . , . - , , ,
- - For Havraea aadOtber Aalraal..1
McLean a celebrated Liniment la the only aafs and re
name remaay tor the cure or Spavin, Jung Bone, Wind
gam, apiinia, unnatural uumpe, nouet or nweutngs.
II
will never fail to cure Big Bead. Poll Ivtl, fiitula. Old
running Bore or Sweeny, if properly applied, for
Sprain, Bruises, Scratchea, Bores or Wounds, Cracked
eels, Chafes. Saddle or Collar Galls It I an Infallible
remedy. Apply It as directed, and a ear la csrtain ia
very instance.
Then trine no longer with th many worthies Lini
ment offered to yon. Obtain a supply of Dr. McLean's
celebrated Liniment. It will cur yoa. i ,i.
J. II. mcLE AN Sole Proprietor, -Corner
of Third and Phi Streets, St. Louis, Mo.
f or sale by all druggist.-
for sale by . , ROB1RTS at 8AMTHL, .
aagM-dfcwly Columbus. Ohk.
Baltimore Clothing House. -
HESS c3 33XjT7A1:.
asipraoTCRtB an waoLauu rua II j
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
No. 08 ' Wj Baltimore-stTeet,
1 (srrweex irstxiir in awaaD,)" - -.'
t:
i jt.,( : - -. l BAIiTIftTOBE flu-;
' ...if lu i 111 ntl T
A large ijsortmant ol Pieea and InniUnlnf
Oooda Constantly on Band'
CABADIIH ft TJBITED STATES KAIL
STEAJVfERS'
TO AilO FMO.TI. . , , - .
LONDONDERRY, ' GLASGOW.
; Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
- -! evnd
The Montreal Ocean Steamship Company's Srst-elass
full-powered Clyde-built Steamers sad every-
nraav irom runi Linu, carrying to uanadian ana
United Slate auu ana pasiengtrt, . , . .... r-r
NORWICIANJ - - NORTH AM KRI0AN,
BOHEMIAN, .. , ANGLO-SAXON,
NORTH BRITON, HIBERNIAN, J ''
CANADIAN, .. NOVASCOIIAN.
Sbarteat, Cheapeat andQalckcstCon
Teyarnc) iraam
AXZBICA TO AIL TABTI 0V KTOOrX. ;
Rats of FasMtNce) to Surop, ' '
SJ30, 868. 880. - "s -:-
Will tall from LIVERPOOL JTCnr WedaoSllaT
and from QUI BR 0 Trf Saturday aalllng at
lAtHixjnu uii , to reoeive on ooara ana lac aauaaaa
Paatentere. to and froaa Ireland and Scotland. .
irPThees Bieemers are built of Iron, In water-tight
compartments, carry each an experienced Burgeon, and
every attention ia paid to the comfort and accommoda
tion or mssenaen. as ihsyproeeed direct to LONDON
DKRY, the gieat risk and delay of celling at Bt. John's
m avoiaea. l- ' ... . .
Slasgoar MUMngersare raralahsd With nua raaom
nokata to ana irom iionaonaerry. . ,
Return ticketa iranted at reduced ratet. . .'
OertlBoate Issued for carrvlna- to and bilnitm out net-
seoatrs from all the principal towns of Great Britain and
1 Delano, at reamea rates, er tna now or eteanmrt, an.
by the WASHINGTON LINI Of SAILING FAOKRTay
leaving uverpoei every ween.' .
Slafbt Draft lavaTl anel aftwards pay
able 1st Esse lan4, ireiaael, Scat-
. . i i r , tana vr t auw.t j r vA I
for tMseage, apply at IB Offlc. t8 BrtOAB-
WAV, Mew Yark, a if) WaTK nx.y
t BKl ttllLX, Osnsral JgehU,
0i to- J. R. ARMSTRONG,
aolO-lydetw Btateamaa Offioe, Columbus. Ohio?
.. fun i l i-i-i .t
. s3TTTTTTJTPO
; 1 0 VAULT AkAJUO, -i i :i-,
FAHINA
Sago Lj
' TAPIOOOy M t .
' Arrew Root, r n
Beaton Oat Heel r-
. Split Pea f. i .Sivi-K.
Oheeelat
.. Btoea,stB,..ri-rn
' Bode -
jtkerioar ' o
Peart Barley
Cracked Wheat -Oooo
. v
Cream Tartar, -
Hr -, - .
Seed lets BaWnS
, .. Prunes . ,,
'.'."fresh Tomatoes ,
' Greta Com
.1
reaches
ffreah Oaon'd f ralts f every dttcilpHen; , .
4tnteeor ailklndi;
flavoring Ixtract. ofaTt aj.' -
-, 4ina Drop; Mixed Candle) 11 II VH X'r, I
i AlarHl,filbra,Paeiaua,.j.ia
oalisb Walnata, Brasll Naa.ste. a-
aeff
wm. Mcdonald.
igjStg-J
Mn3.' wmsLOW,
A experlenoed Nan and renal rhyslclan, piaaMW
to th attention of mothers, bW'
SOOT IL I N G SYRUP y
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
which greatly facilitates th proeas of teething, by soft-
ning the gnma, reducing alt tonammatlon will Haa'
ALL f AX7 and spaaandja acUan, and J .. 'T , ".4
8CHETOKEOSJI.ATE THE BOWBL.
Depend apon It, mothers, I t will It rest to yoaraelvis
and
BETJZr kX E1AXTH TO TOVS DTIAWlf A
We have pnt np and sold this ankle for over ten Vearr;
and CAN SAT, IN OONf IDIM0B AND TRUTH, of it.
What we have never neon aoie to say ot any oiner meat
Sine NBVKR BAB IT f AILID, IN A S1NOLB INBT
ANCB, TO B Ff ROT A CUR, whan timely ased. Nev
er did we know an Instance of distatisfsaiion by any on
who used it. .Oa the oontrary, all are delighted with lta .
operations, and speak In term of commendation ei IKS
magical effects and medical virtues. We speak In lb la
matter "WHAT WB DO KNOW ;" aftev Sen yeara' expe
rience, AND PLKDOB OUR REPUTATION fURIUM
CIII.ir.i.iinMT iiw WHAT Wn HRRB DNOLARB. Ia . .
almost svery Instance where the infant la suffering from
pain and exhaustion, relief will be found In fifteen er
twenty minutes after tbsSyrup It administered.
' This valuable nreearatlon m the prescription of one of ,7
Ida ... iYDitidvnin..d BKTM.i'IfL NnKHBHIa'-
New Bogland. and has been ased with NXYBH f AIL
JNaSUOOBRSin , - ..
THOUSANDS OF CASES.
ItntoeirrllevetbohlUftoaa pale, out Invlgo .
ales tkoatosaach and bowels, correct acidity, and gives i
tone aad energy to the whole systsm. It will almost ln
Stantly rsUtv - -1 i - ; r . .
OHIPIIO IS TEX B0 WHS, AHS WIND C0LI0
and overcome convulsions, which. If not speedily reme
died, end In death, we eeueve n tna uaoi aaa bu k
1ST RKMBDY IK TnH WORLD, in all owes of DTs
KNTKRY and DIARRUUtA IN CHILD RBM, wnsthai
ariaea from teethinc. or from any other caase. Wi
would lay to every mother who has a child suffering from
snyor the foregoing eompiainit vu nut a,r iuub
PRIJUDIOES NOR THB PRBJCDIORBOf auHBRa
stand betweanyoa and jurauffrlngehild,t' d lb re
lief that will be BURR yes. AB80LUTB LI UUR-ta
follow the um of thU med Wne.tf timely ed. full di
rections for using will aooompany each bottle. None
genuine unites the facsimile of OURIISfc PKBKINg,
York, I on the outside wrapper. t,- j
Bold by all Druggist tbrougnout ins woria. - - -Prltclpal
Office, is Cesiar Street N.V.
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
ectS7-dn.ly. . ' i I'-
PE0F. WOOD'S
Is precisely what lis name Indicates, for. whllel
kleasaat to tha taste, it is revivify! ng, exhilarat
ing, invigorating and atrengtnenlng Ij the vital
powers, and at the same time ievtvl0.es. iio
tales, and ranawa th Blood in all lu parity aoe
thus at onoa rartora and rmdtn tht ivtUm in-
:0
kurfnaraWsfd atUakt of diuatt. It Is the only '
' . ta
atn
pre pernio ever offered to la world, so cneail-
cally and salllfally combine as to be the arasU
p werrul tonle. and at the tame Urn so oerfectur
taapud to, u to act in periec- accordance with the
.awe of natui. and bno will sooM Ma
ttfj
montocA, and tone up th dlneettve organ, and
tnus aiiey an nervoua ana otner irritation, it u
per'ectly exhllaratlnt, aad at tht earn time It-1 . r .
nompoaed cllrely of vegetable, yet o combined
lu to produce the most thoron h tonic effect, with-!
out producing any Injurious consequences. Bach L.
a remedy aaa long been telt t he a dealderatam io la
kewiedleel world. Torltneeds no nwdttal ski 11 to'
MS tbatdsblUty followa alt attacks of disease, and
proceeds and indeed lay the system open ta Ue!
Insidious attacka of many of the moat fatal, anch,
ijr example, aa ue following: uontumpuoo. in
X
IdleeiUon. Dyspepsia. Lose of Appetite, f alntnets.
Nervoui trtitaoiuty, neuralgia palpitation or the
Heart, Melancholy, Night Sweat, Languor, Giddi
ness. Retention of, at well a Painful obstructed.
too profuse, or to Mint Menstruation, aad FalH . -
i r ... - HT t. Wl. , , j i , I '
debility Tbia pure, healthy, tonic Cordial and
Blood Reaoraior is as aura to euro at the aaa to
rise and set. There U ao mlstaks about It. But
his It not all. If tha systsm la weakened, we are
open to Mllous attacts, the river becomce torpid,
or worse aueasea, tns sianeys refuse ta pert on
their functions, and we are troubled wlih ecaldtngi
ana uoontinence oi urine, or involuntary diS'
chants of the same, pain la the beck, aide and be.
0
tween tna anouiaers, exceearaely liable to alight
Isolde, eouthe, and If knehecked. soon emaciation
follows, aad the patient goea dawn to a premature!
grave. But apace will not allow ua to enumerate
th- -. HI. ,n arh l.h .M 1 1 I I. . i -J
RESTORATIVE
CORDIAL
oondition of the system. But we will say, ia thief , '.,
Cordial and Blood Renovator you have a nerfecLlLJ
laafe, pleasant and effectual remedy for loss of Q
Appetite, Biliooaaest, Flatnlenoe, week and tick I"'
Stomach, Languor, Liver Complaint, Chilltandj
Caver, or anv BiUona attack. Ooaiivenrta. Aaldital
at the Stomach. Nervontnett, Neuralgia, Palpiu l,l
tienof the Heart, e, reasion of SpirltsvSoree.M 'a.
Plsaplas on the f ao or any disease arising from fJ .j
irapur blood, such as Scrofula, Iryeipelaa, Bran
unit, uouiu, aimcuity oi oreainiox, aaa au war, .
0;
oclaas of diseases called female weakneaa, and nf
enumeraiea aoove. w win aiao say ina iraveier.M
exooiad to eniilemlfta ehanae of ellmata and waul
i
nr, will ana it a pleasant, aaie aaa sure remedy,
land none should ever travel without. Reader.
Itnlt. for we aaanra von voa will find In It a friend
Indeed, a well aaa friend In need. All pereooeofi
0-
ssaentary nabita will and It a verrect preventive el
as well ai cure for those ailmenta to which they are
particularly exposed, utnee mntsterMtudenut
torneys, literary .ntlemennd ladies who ara not
accustomsd to much outdoor exercise, will find It
io their advantage to keep a bottle oonttantly on
hand; and, above all, mothers, er Ibeae becoming
inchi will go through that moat daageront period
not only wth all tbelr eoeuetomrd slrennh. tat
4
are and nee rrom tne tnoaaanaatimenta so prev
ialenttoong the female portion of the world. Ii,
hort, It ia Indeed a mother s cordial. Cry It, k1i
land loungj ao longer run the risk of delay; It will
relieve and prove Itatlf emphatloally a JUttora-
(lew Cordial and Blood Mtnorxxtor. j
O.J. WOOD, proprietor, 444 Broadway, Hew
Oi
-.a-1.
lork, and 114 Marae t Street, Bt. boula, lta., aad
bold by ROBERTS a SAMUEL, Columbus, Ohio
land all good i Prugglile. Price One Dollar
Iper Bottle. .. marchaj-dAwtowl..
NEWARK MACHINE .WORKSf,
j , NIWARXOHIO, vJ?'l
trXannfactarava af all kind. l fM
table ana Htatlanarf steam Kst-t. .aig
; claea, daw mill, wrist Mllle,'-ac-a
LASX BODLSTBtattnl B. at l.tlAKD TBtaiml
J., B. DUYXLl Jtatmflt COlQiCBU3a . ,
VAC BINS CO. State tl 1 1 SSADOSP
at CO. isofmi '
Out PortaWe Bofine, and law Kill
Was awarded th first premium of, $50, at Hi Indiana,
Btite fair for 160 rrver Ua 4t Bodle's;;ef wwtiB efj
Price, ltgbtaees, slmpljcitv, eoonomy of ificl
j and superior cuaraater of .. lumber aa weti.
Our gtatlooary Kn'ru cms awarded at . ths stme'filr . .
tbeatatpeemlumotam, . . ,
r Our. Portable Eafln was awarded tht fljst pramtuu H'
. lUrfa'rrr ""-r n--iaiiawssm,7J7 .ffj.
W l"" a. uin mmiw a. iKeiuuie, linn., v.vr ..inunj .
sail's, Oolnmbut Machine Co'., and Bradford tt ijo'l.f
- . u L , a, .... ,'. -a
by a aommltle of praotleal nallreafl j
worDrlaaaadJaftaaaStlivia 1
. V WILLAKU
keco dAwlJeoU, t f
I a. . i i
Newark, Ohio.
IA G L E : BRAS S W O R KS,"!
- caraerSprlMf Water Stavi
t ' - r.. , i i. w w 4 a - .
tod Manumetarev of Bras and OempoaUioay Castla,
' aiaisaaB avaa nor w jau vaaanyuooa. g c .
Elcctrt riitlns: aid - Gildins ! !
sTcncii cuTTi rjc, fee -
Stbltl-dly -wy,,,"'
XtTM. NTS II. t fl Him TO Vf , I,
V aaskare af STATION ERI and Jg4i. .,)
trtoe one-third lees than caa be parcliaaod elvi m
all aa.arddr (itarep enclosed) t. L. BAiLhY.fee
lit Ooortst Boston, Maat. aaarck ilS diaj.

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