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,; FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 18C1.
LOCAL MATTERS.
. Tbe AdannExpre CompaoyplMttini dally
under obligations to It for tbe yery ,at PPeri
tvom tbe eastern cities.
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i ''.-The American Express yumVmuj u.
"V. r. iu 7Mi favore in the shape of
banks lor us asuy ivu
rsry latest eastern papers
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Miutast floois at H"""'' Aston
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collection or original patriotio songs ana mercn
... -u - t.o- . u. Ati...tl .(,
iuK uuuiuo-" w iwirtju ww vuiiuim vjn
and well known melodies.
Ths HANDr-Boo o tbi U- S. 8ou, pub
llthed by J. B. LiPriNCOTT it Co. , Philadelphia,
. Is a small pooket manual or instruction wr
oldler to prepare blm lor the use and study
tn I Via n nm. tintinarl halnv.
signed ror the instruction, exeroise ana ma
aoTmoi tna u. d. is.?
tantry or tbe Line, Lignt imantry ana iuub -
men.
It wu prepared nnder tbe dlreotlon or
the War Department, and authorized and adopt
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CO oy IDB oecreiarT oi ninnuiij ou. i
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me enmnanv: mairnciion ror sairmisoers:
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school of the battalion; Including- tba artiolee
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A pocket volume containing so much Informs.
hloh author tv. need no further raeammsnda. 1
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high authority, need, no further rsomd..
Hon.
Remenber that these works can be obtained
at Rardall & Aston's In this oity.
1 Militahv Dims Books. Tbe following mill
tary dime book, published by Bcadli t Co., 141
William street, New York, are for sale by E. R.
Ldndt , in this cty. Tbey ara cheap and valu
able works: ' 1 , .
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Biadu's Dim Miutait Sono Book is a col
isction of national and patriotio songs, suited to
tha present time, when all hearts ara stirred and
burning for tha honor of oar country's flag.
Bsann'sDmiSQi'ABDiiLL-BooBlsaguldato
imantry recruit arm ana tna rine axerciaa.
is valoabls for the minute man, ths recruit, ths
home guard, and citizen soldiers generally.
1 Hm X.IFI ABU iUlLlTAST AND CIVIC SKByiCKS
or Lizpr.GiN. VYiNfULD Scott. This work is
srsoaredby O. i. Victor, whose nsma aa a
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writer is familiar to many of our readers. Who
would n6t give a dime for a neat biographical
sketch of tbe Old Hero who is the present Com-
- mander-In-Chief of th. Unltiul St. to. Arm?
manaer-in-iyniet 01 we united States ArmyT
The First and Sicond Ohio Rioimcnts A
special despatch to the Cincinnati Ctnnrntreial,
dated Washington, May 29, says:
1 The two Ohio Regiments received orders to
return to camp while on their wsy to Virginia.
m. . aaftu -
aney expect to cross to-morrow. Tney
received new arms at tbs Arsenal hers. Much
. unfavorable comment is made noon their unl.
aVIUUlVUI U UiftUD ULAJU 111 C IT UUI'
Tbey and the Pennsylvania troonsaJ.
m aaii ... aa .
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certainly tbs worst sppeariog troops at this point.
Leading citizens of Ohio now bera propose ore
log Gov. Dennison to send tbem new equip
ments. There is some dissatisfaction In tbe
Seoond Regiment. Tbe Lieut. Colonel ia eald
to be about resigning.
The Soldiis's CoMramoN. Such is tba title
of a work published by T. B. Pitxswn A Broth
ers, 306 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. It is in-
' tended for the na of all vnliintA.r.. militia and
offljere of all grades, in tha service of tbe Unl-
ted States, whether In the camp or tbe field, or
o on the march. It is not a drill book, bnt a pock-1
at vol 11 m nf eenral and v.tnaKI. InAiam.tinn
as to tba regulations of tbe army. It will be
.Msentfreeoi posUga, to sn, one. on remitting
fl ttenty-fir a cents to the publishers, or 6ve cop.
lee will be sent for one dollar.
Fo ths Thsse Yeais' Sievice. Injaddltlon
t to tba Compsnies mentioned In oar last, Cspt.
Slocom's.oI AshlanJ, and Capt. Beaton's, of
Rlchland.have been hocopted for tha three years.
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no companies have been aocepted for that term
irom iviiami or tftarK county. Uapt. Kelsea's
a . M.a
Company Is from Medina, and Capt. Beatt's
front Carroll, and tbe Company from Erla Is
Capt. Wellm's. These three Coananies have
eiao been accepted for tbs three jeare.
ILT There were, on Wednesday, seven Com
panies In Camp Taylor, Cleveland, and an eg.
j; , gregata of S54 men. Bat five of these Compa
uies, oa Wednesday night, received orders to re
' port' -themselves forthwith at Camp Jackson.
This leaves but two Companies at Ctmp Tsy
. - lor-t-tbe Ravenna and Youngstown
Companies.
Artillery I
' Man Stabbid.--A man named Gale, resid
ing near the northeast corner of Fifth and
Friend streets, was dangeroasly stabbed, last
night, in several plaoes, by a man named Pete I
PiEm. The affray ocourred at Gale's reel-
denca. Both parties areGrmans. Purwu
arrested by Policemen CsawroaD and MoCabs.
Movements or Indiana Taoors. Ths Sev-I
n: . Wtf and Ninth Regiments, nnder com.
mand of Brigadier General Momis, at Camp
Morton, Indianapolis, received marching orders
on Wednesday, from General MoCleixan. They
w, all dettlned for Grafton, wher. they wer.
vapovwu to arrive to uay, .
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t ion Cleveunp. Sheriff Craw, of Cleve-
- to tha Penitentiary, one of whom Is a woman.
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-m- Ha also had In oharga two boys for tha Reform
Farm.
' UTThe trial of Ooilvie Btson Youso, at
' Cincinnati, oa a charge of Itreaaon.Swas brought
to a sudden termination, yesterday, by tha Dls-
1 1.? Attprneys abandoning tha prosecution.
-CTTha PMn Dealer states that Capt. Gale,
: of tha barque D. O. Pierce, which wai sunk at
' Norfolk,' Va.; hag grrlved at bis hom'a In Clsva.
land,' v t?v,'ij' L
. O-The officers of the Third Regiment bm
left Camp Pennlson, and ara In this city and
Cincinnati, recralUng their ranks for tha three
years' service. . , :
ii.IITCon.ptny' A, Capt. Stamoih, and Com.
' f pany O.Ctpt, Baatri of the First Ohio Rest
. msnt, have reported for the three years' ser-
vice., v v,'.. '
. '- tCTCoifiitros Delano,' of Mount Vsrnon, is
appointed Attittant Commissary with the rank
orcaptaln." - '-rv-;--
r i 'i 1 . 1 1 as i
lu it is stated that tbs three months' troops
ai camp Veonlson, who deollne tba three years'
.-," win be disbanded next week.
' ID SomTHiNo Goon "roa All. P-nf.
; Wood'i adrertlsement in nother column.
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TELEGRAPHIC!
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
Dispatches from Washington.
NEW YORK May 30.
lates aa follows t
WASHINGTON, May 29.
Tba
eovsmment la hnrtnmlnir tmhmu.J
with tbs question of bow tbe prisoners eaptured
1U
In tba conflict now coins on thill be dlsoosed
of
J?" B",7.P,l.f nP me.D
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u msnnionisis. ' Aireaay tnosa taicea exoeed
100. Tbe rebels are oapturirur Union
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to
men.
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i in uio akiiL ramnirniE.inn nr inn vanniai aa ha iin i
tusiwuier loran arin nNMaad rmm r'.h..k.k..
l"gnee from Ministers by ths last mall from
.1. " 71 .1 . r''""B1ecaaanairsi .
tb lUb,tbl to th .
erents, according to all laws of nations.
Cab net have dlartnul thl. nnlnt ,t
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tZ?ZT'ZZV
... Eh. "ZTwn.
Tho'wera troops .t that point, but they bay.
r-""" u "" muJ "lanaasas uap.
obtalniTi Falrf.
WOStSTer tDCT Oin And irnm th famlllaa
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sorln f V.d-. T ,Dd P'y UbetMJ b" ,n
IftdylcesfromFor.
mat mere is likely to be a stampede of slaves
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n .r, Vpl. " Vu '" . '
meroua as has been stated. There are notorer
,uuu In and about tha plaoa. They ara miser.
oiy CaulDDed. and nairl etrrri
rs - ji - -
onder Gen. K.ln. annth., .h. d.i.bJ
House, and still another from Washinrton to Tut
off tha rebals. WMDlDnon,toout
in., n ' . , '. . . . .
a y woTwrnmeut naa reoeivea no oraniai in.
MjudZc
olaarly indicates that great changMbadil
'V7 MK pisca in tna minds of tbe people
A Arena! nrnc ha. kaan laanftil Ka, ,k. w.
ft'opartueat, granting to volunteers now enlisted
sua simt
regulars.
tbe same mon.v alln.ann.. fn.inthi.. .1..
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'lha total nnmW nf f.fflmit. iMaJ r.AM
the State of Illlnol. for Ih...r. 1. A- is i
cltmlvanf Hark. '
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[Tribune's Dispatch.]
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At Grafton there 9 Rfin n- a
day; mora were pouring ia from Harper's Ferry.
viuigvt uaa neen aeewoyea; among
tbsmonaat Claiktburgb, on tha Northwest-
fra Railroad, tnd one about halfway between
"i""u ana u ration
Tha Iron Monncarv Rrldira aa ti.Mfainawt
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uu uot. micks sent a strong body of Maryland
iiwvui hi nrnuaE ,r
I?. .wo,k w,tn gnopowder would suffice
wrciaovaiK.
Gen. Johnston, it is said, considered that be
had time sufficient to seoure his retreat.,
Oen-MoClellan has thrown strong bodies of
trrtnnal fAiaa P.-UL. j nr I . .
?. i " 'B Tvuraung lowaras I
Grai'ioii. but some dela vontd hv..inni
aknlMI.. L.IJ I
uuuuiug vriugev. 1
l na forca at Cbsmbersburg now threatens
Harper's Farry.
To-day. Got. Bank'
I - w - waaMwt.e.va mm .UDIVI
General was ordered, with tbe purpose or plac
"8 him in command of an Important column.
UU.UUU LTf
bu.uuu troops win renaezvons at Cairo, for an
"tore 00 Mempnls. Tha Government
aow. Png lortB all tbeir vigor, and will
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nr8Vhe?mPl80on,owest point of latitude
nw8,nt s climate and tbe epidemics of
August and September, without. Urbana. an
formal proclamation for an additional anllab
mem oi toe numDer or forces needed.
Lieut. Blemmer. arrived In WhTnW ....
tha troops at Fort Pick.n. mmaS:
Fort awalnat .n.t. ri..VZm IT. i" 'i!
awabt il. ThV. 7'-" l"L "Z "?Wn
menTaniV th. Ten,? "-S: V.'"u"
amount to C.000.
www vvustai at s
It is Understood that Malor General Frcmnnt
will ba assigned to tha command of tha West-
7",; f ,b Mm 10 "P n Mis
Tiro man who were forced into servlceby the
Virginia authorities at Rlcbmood, have arrived
here. They rCDOtt a bad Condition nf thlnoa in
TheyTenorr. had 3
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P00'1' jwrlded,
aVd roer?
renca. Tha day tha Government troops entered
niMuiunai ucnuiger arriyea anareportea toa
Federal troops within an hour's march, advanc
ing rapidly. Immediately tha whole body com.
metvead running off through tha woods.
[World's Special.]
WASHINGTON, May 29.
Two lieutenants in tha rebel army have re-
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vSaa "ln necome utterly aisgusted wltb
miiaVi ! . i na ironrva a pa. trt- i vmn ni isai h i
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a letter dated Galveston, Texas, May 19,
s7 tha writer "learned yesterday that
,tt oor ?rto blockaded. The Government
... w uiaaj aiuu ftjwppexi a coupie oi oouiu
era veflse!s,aod our ardent Southern men are hot
aoont it. vva nave two forts oa tbe beach, I
."" e.gs. ana seven or eignt pieces
or artillery. Everything ia very dull here, and
j .ui vi wa.pwja.ent. i
[Commercial's Dispatch.]
The New York 3d rerimanthaa been dlahand
ad, owing to their being demoralized.
Lieut, Col. Farnbam will ba Colonel of tha
Fire Zouayea, nnless ba should decline. Ha Is
an eipenenoea omoer. l - v .
Is now believed the Federal troops will oo
copy Manassas Jnnotlon to-morrow night, driv-
ing away tba rebels who have congregated
there.
Secretary Cameron Is attending to his duties
to - day
It is reported tbai tha Viretnla N.wtn.n
Rifles, Roger A. Pryor's company, voted in a
body tba straight out Union ticket, much to
Pryor's indignation, who immediately disbanded
thsm.
.Sien o-day were issued for the return of I
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Capt. Eogie, from Fortress Monro, reports
Sswall's Point almost Impregnable, and now oo
ooP1 D7 M0I'- Batler'a plan Is to sur-
A Virginian from Fairfax reports the rebels I
wiu noma aown tus ianai to Alexandria, when
Will soma down tha Canal tn AlAVindrift !. I
-a vaa-Mwe w y wf 14S7I4 I
tba Federal troops will adrsnee, thus msettng
wnotvti w7;;. . -
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mentor Kentucky, hu been formed, to be com
mandI b. rt And.n. . '
Wm. VVara. o( New York. has been amlnt.
ed Commissioner of Public Buildings. "
. tr.w m.uu on
. vuisago, is ins lowest Did
der for tha beef oontraet for the army, He ol-
lera to uauver it nera lor 40.
It has been determined by tha Government,
to give every man serving in the Army or Navy
a diploma on parchment, signed by the Presi
dent and beads of Departments. -,
[Evening Post's Special.]
Tha War Department ia busllv enirard In
Baking appointments of officers for the 30
regiments of regular troop i, ordered by tha
President In addition to tha present force.
These regiments, whsn arrangements (or their
organisation ara perfected, will ba very efficient,
as an uio summiMionca omoers .will be men
who nave lean active service. '
[To the Associated Press.]
WASHINGTON, May 30.
A gentleman arrived this morn Ins- from tha
neighborhood of CentrevlUo. Va.,33 miles from
Alexandria, sajs it was reportea there were
about 4,UUU seoestion troops thereabouts. '
He alaa nnnflrm tha twnnrt that imunliai
Union men continue to ba seised and conveyed
farther- into Virginia, aa hostages for the
satety or about 40 seoession soldiers now In
ixr t . . . .
-.uuii.wn, awaiuag orders or ths Govern'
ment.,..., ,. ... . -
k.-?. ' ." Washington
v- ous-'witn - ammuniuon,
Stores, so-, for unknown d.ann.ti.
The troops In tbe Cspltol building are to dsy
No proposals for tha loan of nearly fonrtseu
I ending Monday last were $380,000
mtlllooi undsr (be act of June last, were
MA TU a. al f ft J I . . M
thirty days required by law before
issae treasury notes could aoaraa.
plred to-day, and tbs Denartment will therefor
even itseii or tnat means of meeting tbe wants
of the Treasury. . ,
Tbe new military department, nf irantnnk.
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wu, nooerr.Anaerson oommandant, embraoss
muon OI mat Diaca as lies within ana hundred
miles of tbs Ohio River. His bead quarters
uo present nr t laOUliVllie.
'Ibareoeipta Into tba Treunry for the
open
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for
week
From Cincinnati.
CINCINNATI, May 30.
j
sjiuia viuoienGT in irmT lerTlCB. .
i i i n.on s.t'M Deen PPOlntad super-1
.-.uuu, ,ur luiuw; purposes oi an me
rVi . "'"" epriuiui oi
VUIV.
experienced telegraphers ara co-operating
with Mr. Staeer to render it oi tha ntmoat no.
.iJZ "',rV Mnaer " 01 tDe ntn0" P
L ..Th !.!-"fi- MW barracks ilr4mln.
"i0.1 ".P000 J "o"0' or tba memo
7Tha Ohio and Virginia troops, nnder tba com
mand or Col. Kelly, occupied Grafton at
half
aRernoon. Tbe seoesslon
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nnuiou oi u. iriiieoaen, arriyea ners
"6 P- M' Wh P"1"? 'ong 4th street, on
Crittenden, arrived
A.i. V
BIDS' alonir 4th Itnat.
Is supposed to be Grafton.
Anal? Blment p.wed east, ei
"'Ji last nignt.
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From New York.
NEW YORK, May 30.
J HarP' itTtJ con'emplating eoncen-
v n.i ? I and
The Commercial dlsoatch mentiona tha m.
mor ox me resignation or judge Taney.
a iuuui vi Airxauuria receiyea a letter
A merchant of Alexandria received a Wt
from his brother in Richmond, nreine him
lMve mediately, as tbe Southern army Is con
c.ntratlngto drive the Federal troops away
Tkft p... .... .1 '
- ..pvuu vu rcuei are evac
occasioned
tha substitution of tha stars and
stripes.
A gentleman from Norfolk
reoorta 10 000
troops there, well armed, with food nl.ntv. h..t
hloh. r "
25,000 men are at Richmond, and tha oil. 1.
strongly fortified.
Jeff. Davis was 111. bntinpnlrl lmmt.(oi.
The schooner Urbana has arrived from U.
via
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I eood
2la"oIa FIsvena, with companies A and D,
oewna unitea estates lntantry, nnder Captain
!.UJ.""."UU "eu'- uroTeS " "omen and Vi
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From St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS, May 30.
I Judge Treat yesterday decided that ik.
I a r." ' . .
01 "a' a"J was insufficient, snd sus
lamn u u.uiuir.r. ina nnnniai tna iha
Lt.!lffrafaBmwMT," to
uiw uuueu owiee service for three years,
, About 800 cltisens of Southern Illinois left
for ths South a day or two since, for tha pur
P'e.of JinlDfc th; Confederate army.
1 ha Paifniafth Maaarl r1 I at a . a
, ------ -., w.uuiuu vrescmr, ana
Hickman C7tirier. seoees ion nanera of
If ftna-.V- j.j r "
v;i u.i auavcuuea
cour steamers passed Vlckaburv nn tha. o.it
With Confederate troODS from New Orlna. fnr
Fort Smith, Arkansas'
uiiMiMMaaueas. t
-""aajai.
Confederates at and About Memphis.
PHILADELPHIA, May 30.
A Philadelphlan escaped recently from Mem-
3Pb00Obtrn;MherV
d.OOO troops In Memphis, snd about as many
more encamped on the Fair Grounds near that
city. At Randolph there are about 5,000 men,
and a formidable battery of sixty-four pounders
:."7." ' Meior'
Z.WmKn'n
. . "PPOB" " rteotor, on tbe Tennessee
'! ." " with about 1,000 men. At
M? n.a W. Pqints between there and
tna nfiisasinnt! at nn uaninnba i . u
t 5mTi 7 "u"
The Ohio Congressional Elections.
CLEVELAND May 30.
Returns of Tuesday's congressional elections
are meagre, bat Harrison, a conaervatlT
lcled fil1 Corwin's vacancyi
KV over Harlan, radical Re'-
LJbllcso
BT!iVt 'f
l"""' flUJw"y ,tout 3-uut
Call for More Bank Securities.
CHICAGO, May 30.
a
additional securities on fifty-two banks, bavins
.1 1. at -. a, II 1 1 . I . .
m vircuiauua ui urn minions, securea oj tnir
teen hundred thousand northern, five millions
oeraer state, ana eight Hundred
waosjovf sbjju viKUH UUUUrmi kUUUOKOQ QOl
L. J J
Urs seceded State stocks. Tbe call elves the
l. .it l . ... a w w . .
uum tae in ot junetomssenp thede
ficit.
CHICAGO, May 30. Critical Condition of Senator Douglas.
las. .
CHICAGO, May 30.
was thought Senator
Douglas was getting better. Since then he has
Deen gradually slnkinc and fears ara enter
taioed by bis friends and physicians that he will
qoi nve torouga tut night.
BALTIMORE, May 30.
ttegimentoi new x or troops at f ortress Moo
It roe yesterday. - , .
A large number of Obio troops were reported
t0 ba At Little York, Pa., this morning, on their
The steamer Adelaide, from Old Point Com-
fort.errlved tbls morning and renorta all nnl.t.
Tbe steamer 8tate of Georgia landed the Fret
way to this city
Two Nsw York regiments, from Elmlra,
passed through here at 6 P. M. this evening.
LOUISVILLE, May 30.
A dlSDatch from Charlea A. Fnllar In th K
O. Picayune ot tba 27th, says the Brooklyn is
blockading tha mouths of the Misslssiocl.
A Pensaoola correspondent of tha Mobile
KMCK :V
within two or three days by tba blockading
fiset.
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LOUISVILLE, May 30. CHAMBERSBURG, May 30.
Tha section
miles from Willlamsnorta in tba direction of
iuarttnannra,
M.rtln.hnaa. Th.ak... ak..i con j
wanvwi . as, aiajj aOS w w ailUUI WU lUtJU aaUU
two small swivel gune. About 100 desertions
nayeoccurrea since tna Willlamsport Camp was
estarjiisned. There were
throe deaths from
small pox this week.
ST. JOHNS, N. B., May 30.
here last night, at mid
night. . i
Latest News from Europe.
HALIFAX, May 30.
port .morn
ing, with dates to tha 19th lost. ' : .
Bales of cotton for the week 47.000 hla.
deollne at (gjd. , Breadstuff downward Pro
visions steady. Consols 91(291
Minister Dallas is a passenger in the Ameri
ca. . ...
Tha Amertoa brines a million dollara In
specie. - ",.;.
i na uaiway contract bas been annulled, bat
it is stated that tba steamers will continue to
run. , ,- ...... ...
Tbe steamer Hibernian broke down and r-
turnea. the Wortb Briton took ner place,
leaving Liverpool on tha 18th. -
minister Adams presented bis credentials at
Court. '
A debate bad taken nlaca In tha HnnaA nf
j. .. . f . . r . ----- -
Aaorua upon tna American blockade and tba
privateering question in which tha speakers
generally opposed the idea of privateers be-
iug rgaruou as pirates.
HALIFAX, May 30.
J Liverpool Saturday the
18th, via Queenatown tha 19ih, arrived here
wis morning. -
Tbe America brlnira tl.200.000 In ananta.
In tha House of Lords, tba Earl of Ellenbor
Mgn aiked tha Uovernment whether tha term
lairlnl blockad., used la the reo.at proolama-
Moo, wa to ire iDtarpratad UtaraU, or wlthl
Fl. 4f "7 w0" J,0 '6'' ?
12. filiWilii fn'.hii.. rn. i. -i.u
roroa to maintain, aitnougn tney eould lawfully
blockade certain ports. It was not desirable
olared such penalty on British subjects would
qaaUfloatlonsi as ttocordinv to tba atrial
In of tha Paris easement, It was Impossihla
maintain an effect) re blockade. Hecomplained
oi to vagueness n ma proclamation respecting
aruuiea coavaoavi ui war.
Tba Earl of Granvilla renlicd that
oiocaaae muitoe maintained by suflJcient foroe,
but it was not absolutely neoessarT tn render all
Ingress and egress impossible, but to render
ojnicuit.
xaura ieroy sam mere were two nnmu
t - j I- i . ... . .
which It was dsiirable that tha mmmnwit
uoum come to an unoersianaing witn tbe
tfld Htafaa Thaw m-nnlalm MnnVA -.
I .h0ie Southern coast, which Ihey have not
mat tney sttould proclaim a univenal blockade,
uut oniy maintain a partial one. 1 tie Northern
not do viewed witn Indifference by ne and.
ueia urougnam saia privateering, according I
u luwruauouai law, was nut piracy: out to
n ..l.l .
Eneland was a niratlcal act. To con.tlt.it.
efficient blockade, aueh a force must be main
lainea as to make tha nasaaee or it honinti.
ImnnMiki. k7.Ti.i. -.I.-J im-T."
Lord Lansdowne said tha Northern oUt
mleht conaid.r citizens of the Snntham R,a
rebla.n1 oniUv nf hi ah i..nn l..
, T ' a v b- "u.
ton hi nnt ann M ink aula f
cominar criyateers.
Hayac Corras Miairr galea nf tha wed
xx.auu bales; stock in port aso.OOO bales
raris rentes closed VJt. 4Uo.
Liverpool Cotton Maskct. Sneculatora
took 3.500 bales, and exoorters 10.000 h.l..
market closed doll, and declined Jd.on
the lower Qualities, and Ui. on middllutf. and
tha,- .. .,11'-. .u. j - - Birr
Friday Amounted tn 10 (inn halo1 nun ,
vhv.v vwmm UU urrM UJ Bl. K b L I J n 1 1 f I 1 1 F I M . n.lHB
speculators and exporters. ' Tbe market 'dosed
. : . .UD
'a'e.t ft.na . !'ow.'n8 authorised
"ii0"' " u'leaM ,fair 8 do- milallDK
Mobile 8, do. middling? 9 1 16, up-
lands fair 81. -
i. . .... -
Corn quiet with
mixed and vol.
34j. 3d 35j., white 35t 6d.
Klobardun. SDenca tt Cc. anote flour
uu. Huuauon maiuiainea witn aimculty
"ullB wneaiuomtnai. aeel firm with a
demand. Tork
aca "'her easier, quotation, uochaneed;
lardheayyj tallow quiet and partly declined:
'P'rits of turpentine steady, closing quiet at 47:
?V ?eT' an(? declined at 3d 6Jt coffee
mean
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.cuuuhuu, .ruiiua quoiea at
LATEST VIA QUEENSTOWN.
LtVIBrooL. Saturday evenlntr. Ma IS.
Sales Of OOtton to day 10.0U0 hal.. 4 000
taken by sneculatora and exnortera. markt
closing quiet; DreadstuQi quiet; corn closed
with a deolinintr tendenov. but no active chanoe.
T . . n". . " - .1
naon-uon.0 , closed to-day at iXa?.K,
money loan at
91 tsai Wri account; 111. u.
tharee 3437diacount;
Erie shares 21
THE MARKETS.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN]
NEW YORK, May 30.
state: as ltxas ss for extra aiata: a. usfts rn.nn.
"'"' i. .J05,3O for oommon to medium extra
wtrnta S.liorhlpplng brand and round hoop
Canadian flonr dull; ale of 3 bbl5,l5
I 7.50.
I LOUR recelnt of H.29A hhUi m.rw.i ha...
declinlne; sales of 6.0(10 bbls at ti.K&i for superfine
RYE ILOUR stead at SI 1IV211
cooice.
wubat receipts of 87,1501 bush; market' dull and
iro"P,'1i,1to'5,oooatti,ojforommonOhicspring;
Cub; .1,10 for prim, do;
RYE-eteady at 6007c.
barley dun at 55c5e.
CORN receipt of 5. SIS bush; market without mate-
rial chan ire: aalea of 80 nnn hnh ftt.uusw. f-. a
wiftcu wwirn; anaa.xgiio ror new do.
vaio nrmer at Jiiftjio ror western, Canadian and
But.
PORE. dull nd hesvr ttl,i nf OCA t.Kla tk in
17 00 for meai; and S12J25 OH3M for nrlma. '
.""a auwuMlgm.
CUT MEATS inactive
LARD dull: sale, of 200 hhl.at O-ffiQv
NIVD 1 1 - a
BUIIEH elllngt8l,o lor Oluo and 99W tn
1.1.
CHEESE steady at 3ffl8o for Inferior to trim
WHISKY firm: aalea or SO bbli at 18i.r.
STOCKS-lrreirular atatea lower hot nthara ftia hat
uaiuiea oniy ror aerate! money In mere demand and
rates firm Ait iBS per cent on eall: B B dull; C and R
I 33V Otnd Ch57K Panama TTaHam inv- v,i.
W N Y 0 7iX Delaware and Hudson 63 H Keadln 31 X
Illinois Central scrip 6n; B O and Y SSXi Hudson 3d
Donus iv vi ia ana w lit Y3X hw Jersey Central 1st
10!Xltrie4B;Va6'45; Mo 40K Ten Treuury
latlaa S 1131 A I WT aAT'-fI.i-I . sbm rv aa n . Z . T
aa a iua;j; V B O It. UOUpon 19 UO OS Oli UOUpOU Vi,
for common to
Cleveland Market.
TUESDAY, May 30, 1861.
FLOCK tales of 50 bbls Choice double extra red at
f o so.
w Ha AT in urn recslot. and tell In freelv at vea.
terday's lnsld fleures. Bale of IS car red on track at
1 11! Sdoat 1 IS: S ear whit at tl 7. and 1 ear
cuoicw ov irwo wwn i es v.
uukei qutet.
OATS (teaby at S382Cc.
HIOHWIN KB wis 1 01) bbis st
IQQS are arrtvlue less freelr and are hieher.- aalM
of nnll lot at 775c.
BUITER yrj dull. al of I ton choice anallt .f
Sc. :
CHEESE I telllor at all kind of orlces. and the
..raw. w awiiovij aiuuiaui..
LARD range at 8X for country rendered to Q99)
for prime eity do.
rtlHK qaitatlS,50
FRDITB-sal of 100 bbl dried appples at 3c.
HAMS tale of 1 ton good country cured at fsXc
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, May 30.
Ths seneral market remain verv ouietfor antthtn
mors than th regular eonsumptlT trad.
For thebeet grade of flour there continue to be fair
regular trad. In th other qualities bu t little I dotal.
frioe ara as last quoted.
WHEAT sell alowlr! bnt holdora are aleut at a.
bout th earn figures quoted yesterday 6So to (1, for
ordinary to prim red; 105110 for coed to prim
whit. There I a good market for th fancy grade of
white, but there 1 none on hud.
OUKN will not command erer 30c.
OATS are (till inactive at S8o. Bumra ra.ninir.
Ins over Ho.
BARLEY I not marketable.
RYB-is quoted at 50c wiihout demand.
WHISKY was aliased to rirnn n H.. to 10a u
dull at that figure. t'.r. Com,
Philadelphia Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
PHILADELPHIA, May 30.
TtoDH unchanfed. market onlet. Wkmi .i..,i.
13SS1S8 red: ll:46SI 60 for white. Onm rtnii ..i.
50.000 bushels at 50c, Whisky dnll at 16X318.
GREAT CUBE.
DR. LELAND'S
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND'
13 THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Rheumatism, Gout and Neuralgia,
AND A SUM OTJBB FOR 1 -
iUl Mercurial Diseases.
' aaaa a-
It It a eonvenlsntli arr aired Band, eontalntna- a mad.
IcaUd oomponnd. to bewornaroundth Walat, wlUroat
Injury to the most dellcat persons; no chan in habit
ot living 1 repaired, and It entirely remote th dls
as from the system, without producing th Injurious
street arising from th as of powerful Internal medl
does, which weaken and destroy th constitution, and
I iv lemporary mm soiy. oj mis ireaunsnl, th Bled
Hnal properties oootatntd In tha Band com In oontact
with ih blood and reach ths disease, through thepore
of th akin, effeottng In svery tostance a perfaot cur,
and restoring th parts afflicted to a healthy condition.
mi nana is aio a mosipowerrui Aan-iunopauii aaent.
and will antlraly relic? the system from Uisparnioiost
effects of Morcnry. Moderate eas ara cured in a few
day, cd w are oonstantly reclvlng testimonial of It
efficacy In a.irarated ease of long standing.
Faic 98.00, to be had of Druggist aanarallr, or can
btaratby mall oreipress, with full direction for as,
to any part vf the country direct from th Principal
Offlo. . -, . . v .. . .
Io." 408 BEOADWAY, Ktv York.
r. O. SMITH & CO., Sola Proprietors.
' If. I. Desorlptlv Olreular Beat free.
TJ7 Atrostta Wanted Ewaryirhare.
BhS8 lylaorlatp dAw
ADVBRT1BBMJNT.
mm.
For the INSTANT RELIEF
and PERMANENT CUBE of th
dUtmdng eoapbiat oa
BBONCHIAL CIQAEITTE8.
adtayo,
m. SEYMOUR A OO.. 107 V a, w w
i0tAtMAtiiilMrk '
SJuJ" Ath PD"X.,.,f
? ""'EdSdK
,oJrortb.mnitar,man1.nd.ndoby.fc TOBlhT.
to
""cuei, nanng bought and told American Watches
IDrni AUIRldlN WATCH OOHPAHTt of Watt'
ham, Mi., togs to tall ths attention or tbs publisto
ths following sttpbatlo nconuModatloa of.
Watehts, bj ths leading practical Watehaaksrs and
tun throughout lht TJnited Utiti. The entire
Ignatwei to It U qnlt too long for publication
adrtrtlicmcnt; but the nanus prtrenUd will to
nixed by Ihox acquainted with tbs Trad as bting
nigneit degree mpectable and and Influtntlal. At
eitabllahments may always to found the genuine
es of the Oompany't mannfaoturt, In great yarlety.
Bignaturei from many cities and towns not folly
relented In this Hit will appear In a future adrer
nent.
R 10 TEK PUBU0.
Th underiljiied, practical Watohmakern and dealer
a nnmhorof .n4 ..i. .
' '" ' iuuui
'"!'n 'r amuoh longer period of Urn, to
aUt tbtt bay nerer dealt la Watches which, a
; . . .
miiance. nay neen monaatb
M"" to BMlT8,0r '""."nethMla rwpectof
durability, beaut of flnl.h. m.i
..
punione. Kcaraio compensation and adjustment, or
r or
fin UmUtplng ruvlti, than those monfcturd by I
W.l.h.m nmn..
th Waltbam Oomptny,
If. I. 0BITTIND8N.
Cleveland,
Columbus,
Zanesvllle,
Cincinnati,
Ohio.
WM. BLYNM.
JAMES J ROSS,
H. JENKINH Jt 00.,
wiMONMcORBW,
5UJ?"" 00-.
DUUUB at BV1T11
?yf. :
KINA nnrtTunn
VLITH
Delaware,
Warren,
Chicago,
La Sail,
Peoria,
?' ?I?"liI)HRI,8-
T . r v . u-
JOnk H. sjorsk.
dbpp.lbb. '
Richmond,
b. kats.
Oloomlngton,
Decatur,
Springfield,
Qulncy,
b. oii.i.ktt.
BA888 t I1ULHAN.
P. B0YNT0N,
WM. M. MAYO,
. NORTIIBY,
W. fORO.
Galena,
Jacksonvills,
Cherry Grove
Freeport,
Pen,
Canton
Byracu,
henburgh,
Rochester,
WM.SOHgRZER.
M. FOX,
WILL 4 Hli fcTTAWrvv
N.HAIOUT,
St I. K08ENBKE0,
A. BURa A 00.
8. KTTBN11RIMER Al en
N. T.
WM. 8. TAYLOR,
W. B'NNAH,
Utlca,
Hudson
Wsltham
JtW'
list
In on
rsoog
In th
their
WaKh.
In
fr
.
to
a
of
OJ
ftm
I
at. a
fl:.
H-''
I D. 0.
H. R. Sc H. a. (laRPENTBs
Troy,
Oswejo,
Anbarn,
Valrport,
Cenandal.ua,
Ponghkeepsia,
H08KIN8 at BVANS,
HAIOHT ALHAOH
JAHSSHYDR,
JOHN H IVES,
WlLLUMi 4:00..
J. N. BENNKT,
A, 8. STORMS.
WM. 8. MOROAN.
HENDERSON BRO'S
. A. CLARK,
BaUvIa,
Amsterdam,
Baratoira,
Albany, -
Goshen,
Penn-Yan,
Oatsklll,
Indlsnapolls,
nIngs u.iSi"'
U f friT a. n.Tmaa . a
J0Hti j. Jenkins
I w. h. Williams,
A. WARDEN.
L. O. DUNNING.
OHA8. B. WILLARD,
W. P. BINGHAM At no..
0HA8. O. FRENCH.
J. NcLANH,
0. A. DI0KENSEN,
G. H. BABOOMfc CO.,
J. M. BTAN8H.
ADOLPH MYER8,
THBO. F. PIOKERTNO.
Ind.
Richmond,
Terr Hut.
Bnlllvan,
Plymouth,
Kalamaeoo,
Detroit,
Milwaukee,
Mich
8E0. DOTY.
SMITH '
VAN OOTT,
Wit.
CLKJNS,
BhERUaN.
BPAIILDTNa
nacine,
Belott,
Janesvllle,
PralrltduChlen,
W. A. GILES.
REINEMAN AMKYRiN,
Rall'f. mmarai t.
rttubnrgb,
Norrlstown,
Baaton,
Pa.
W-T,,50PL,N-
.
hbokman a yohe,
GEO. SfEIN,
AlUntown,
Westchester, -Wllliamspait,
Chester,
Lebanon,
HarrUburg,
York,
Lanoasttr
Badlng
Chambsnburg,
Grweasbnrg,
Neweastl,
Bbanaburg,
Mauch Chunk,
Ashland,
Indiana
Bcranton,
Peterson,
Newark.
Bordentown,
Trenton,
Cumberland,
. Pulaski,
Nashvlll.
Springfield,
Olarksvlll,
Savannah
St. Louis ,,
U. J. LABGELLI.
SAM'LGARMaN.
I ftawaua(
GEO. W. McOAttA,
ibamuibo. fOLAOK,
O. M.ZAHIf,
OEOEOB UILLEa,
ft. r aaBULaVlt,
B. ADSUINBAUan,
t. hop .jjan, .
J.O.BANNA,
O. T. ROBERTS,
J-O. DOLON,
OHA8. L. yiSHER, i
P.M.Bt. OLAK,
R. St A. PitTRRsnu
DAVID lAVERAOK.
W. T. RAE,
KOCH . BILLS,
USURY B. JAMEH.
I. 8. LITTLE,
0 ARSON St B1UNN0N,
THOU. OOWDKY.
A. W. PILE.
SIUPSuN A PBICE,
V. Vf. BKIFV.
lid
Tenn.
Ga.
Mo.
j a Gardner
Vf . O. DEFRIEZ.
MAURICE HKNRY
JEHU SVLVEBTIR,
J X. 800TT A CO..
I
Va.
c
N. C.
aa
Wheeling.
Richmond,
Salem,
T. B. HUMPHREYS,
B. A. VOGLER,
F. Vf. LEINBECK.
J. W. MONTGOMERY,
Newberry.
8. O.
BENJ I. COOK,
8 GUILDS.
Northampton, Mass
New Bedford, "
.
Taunton,
Fall River, "
Gloucester,
Balem . -Worcester,
. "
DEXCEU t DA8KIN8, .,
B D. TI8DALK,
At-BERT PITTS.
BLLIS GIFFORD.
F. W. MA0OMBER.
J.J BURNS,
JE88B SMITH,
T.M.LAMB,
B. N. STORY.
LEVI JOHNSON,
ANDREW WARRIN
Wallham,
tt
Lowell,
- Lynn,
Lawrence
Plttsfleld,
.
Greenfield,
Springfield,
Providenoe,
B. Greenwioh,
w. roaa.
AMOS SANBORN. ,
JOHN BARTON, ' '
JOHN MoGRKGOR,
W. M. ROOT.
JOHN B. BC0IT, '
MOODY,
WM. EIREHAM, Jr.,
D. ANTHONY CO.. ... .
a. i.
i
PELUQ ARNOLD.
THOMAS BTBBLI It CO.,
HEMINGWAY At BTIVENI,
W1I. ROGERS A 80N,
iisniord,
Conn.
ii
New Haven,
J. MUMBUN,
E. BENJAMIN, ,
B. KIRBY. '
GEORGE BROWN,
8. HUNTINGTON A CO.,
A. WOODFORD,
Dtnbury.
Middlttown,
at
New London
Bridgeport,
Waterbury,
Sanborn ton,
Concord,
H. D. HALL.
JOHN L. SMITH,
JOHN GORDON,
U. BbACKHAN.
JA8.R. AYRB8,
BUERBUHNS SHAW,
N.n,
It. U AnuUKSUN,
KNIGHT,
O. OARR,
GB0. W.DREW A 00.,
8. J. MELLI8II,
W. O. O. WOODBURY,
REUBEN 8PBN0KR,
WM. B. MORRILL,
RIOHARD GOVE,
JONATHAN H08MIR,
N. W.GODDARD,
OHAS. 1. BACON, - -
ITanover,
Olaremont,
H
Bnttr,
Laoonla,
Nashua,
at
Dover, '
Bo. Berwick,
M. HARDI80N. v -.
M.
TWOMBLY A SMITH,
M08E8M.8WAN, ,. ..,
eaco,
Augustaj .
Portland, '.
Book sport,
Rockland,
PorUraouih,
Auburn,
Bath,
Bangor,
Gardiner,
i Houlieo, ' i
' Lewlswn,1 ' J
Barllogton,
Bradford,
Montpeller,
Northfleld, "
Woodstock,
St. Johosbury, '
Bt. Alban,.
Chalsea,
Newbury, - i.
Bellows Falls,
Nw Orlean,
: -. ii
JAMBS EMERY, ,
B1M1CUN BLOOD,
HbNRY H.HAM,
ROBERT N. B0D8E,
HENRY MoKENNEY,
J. T. HOWLAftD,
TOMPKINS A MORRIB, '
O. O. WILLIAMS, .
8. AG L.B0QBR8.
D. . LU0V, . , , ;
D.. hall, ' ,
BBINBM AID A HILDRKTH,
0 H. HARDIND.
VU
T. O. PUINNCY.
A. A. MMAD, "f .
J. O. HATES.
J H. MURDOCH, .,
0. O. OHILDS, .
H. HUNTINGTON.
FOSTtlR GROW.
W K. WALLAOE,-
LX ANDES AMAD0N.
O. 8 JENNINGS,
U.
UBEUUlt (JO,, .'
8.C0CKRELL,
A. N. HALL, ,
ROBERT waKER,
Natchea,
Hllford,
Toronto,
.Ml.
Del.
6.W.
Cactioh. As our Watch 1 now txttntlvely ooonUr
felted by foreign manufacturer, w have to Inform the
public that no watch Is of oar production which Is anao
eompanitd by a certlflaat of genulntne, btarlng the
nnmbtrot th watch; and !gned try ear Tmnrer, I.
I, Bobblu, or by our prtdecenors, Appleton, Tracy at
CO. ' -S.V V . ,''
At these watches are for tale by Jeweler generally
throughout ths Union, the Americae Watch Company
loaot solicit orders foralngl watehe. i
..'.'.'.- .1 R0BBI58 fc'APPtiToif.-Vi.
, Wholital Ajants, No. 183 Brcadwa
!Vpws.o.'.t.s:e,V.'ta. kl'::z
I
I
v
Vy'pepela, Heartburn. Inward Pile, Acidity or Sick
th. !of.6to?1'B! to.He..l,D.II
Dr.J.H. McLEAW'S ,
Strengthening Cordial and Blood
PunirriTn
Tke Urea teat Beinear 1st Tba Url4
ol
AaD TBI
MOST Bsuaoui
deiightful'
OOH0IAL : ,
EVER TAKEN.
ITI9STHICT
ly aieutlflo and
Vegetable Oompound,
procured by th distll-
lai
tion of Boot. Herb
and Barks, Yellow
Dock. Blood Boot.
Bafsaporlila, Wild
0 berry Bark and Dan
delion enters Into it
More TakJuttireAotire' raoeduiifter Taking.'
prlndpl of cb Ingredient I thonmihur extrseled
my new method of dlsUIUng, producing!. deliclros, e
Olleratlnr (Dirii. and the sutt IN ALLIBLH remed. fat
renovatin the dlaeaaed evitem. and reatorlntF ih ath
suffering and debilitated INVALID to HJEAITH
8TBENGTH. ... . . ,
BTUENGTIIENINO COK.
Will sffectaaily ear , , '
OOHPLAINT, PI8PBP8IA, JADSD10I.
LITIS
Chronic or Nerrou Debillt. Slaeate of the Kliinma;
And all diaM.Mftr1.tn fmm ft dlnn1ftMk.l I in, nu u,am.
pau or swimming in we head, ralp.tatlon or th Heart
rniinea or Weight In th Stomach, Boar Bractations
uooung or snsocaong feeling i
feeling when rylnrdown. Dmest
orYellowneesof th Skin and Bye. Night Sweat, In
ward Fever, Pain tn th (mall of the back, ebest or aid.
Sudden Flushes of Heat, Depression of Spirit, FrlghtaJ
u reams, jaangnor, VMpondency or any Nervous Di-ease
Bore or Blotohe oa th Skin, and taver and Ana (n.
vuiuaaBo wervr.; a (
Orartt nillltm of tlouiea
Har been (old durin tha last six month, and la no In.
tano ha It failed In giving cntir Mtlstaetlon . Who,
then, will (offer from Weakness or Debility when Mo
LBAN'B STRENGTHENING CORDIAL will ear yont
No lanrmas-a ean eon... an eWvinftt. Ma. n ah. iM
dlate and almost miraculous change produced by taking
thl Cordial In th diseased, debilitated and ahattered
nervous system, whether broken down bv ezce. weak h
nature, or Impaired by sickness, the relaxed and umtrung
a-" aa i.,Hi,iaj ui ua yi .akiuo uvaiui ana vigor.
IIAHHIED PEBSONS,
-.1 . a .
UiW.rt.ZZ"''' ""t
will find McLean Strengthening Cordial thorough
regenerator of the vatann: and all who m hav. ininrarf
themwlv by Improper indulgence, will find in the Cor
dial a certain and speedy remedy.
Ta the Ladles.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
' I a toveraign and speedy car for
INCIPIENT CUNSCnFTIUN. WHITES
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontinence ot
tit
and
or Involuntary Dltcbarg thereof, Falling of th
i noma, uiaaine, veinung and all diseases incldne t
Female.
There is no Xlstake About it.
Buffer no lonier. Take It aecordtn to Direction.. Ii
will stimulate, atrengtaa and invigorate yon and cause
th bloom of health to mount yonr cheek again. ,
very Dome tt warranted to give aUafaeUoa.
FOB CHI1.DUEN.. .
If vonr Children are alckl. nnm.nr affllrtaH MT.v
Cordial will mak them healthy, fat and robust. Dela
not moment, try it, and you will be convinced.
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE,
OaDTtON. Beware nf TJrtmrt.ti or Dealers eti. aa
try to palm npon jroa om Bitter or Barsaparilla trash,
which they can buvehean. bvaartm tt la inataa ni.
Avoid inch men. Ask for McLean's Strengthening Cor
dial, and take nothing sis It 1 th only remed, that
Will purify th blood thoronchl and at the aam. Una
strengthen th ayitem. i
One tablesDoonful taken aver mam In. tuftn
, Ii a
certain prevenUveof Cholera, ChllU and Fever. Yellow
Fever, or any prevalent dlaeaaea. It la nnt nn in ia
WIIK1
Prioe only II per bottle, or I bottle for 85.
J.H. McLBAN, :
Bol Proprietor of this Cordial,
Also Mclaaan'a Tolrmnln Oil I.lnlmanl.
PrlBdoal DeDOt on tha eornas nf Third an.l Pli.a ilnala
8t. Louis. Mo.
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
Th beat Liniment In tha World. Th onlv ante and
certain oar for Canoe re. Pile. Swelllnsa and Brnn.
chitls, or Goitre, Parslysis, Neuralgia, Weakness of th
Musclaa, Chronio or Inflammatory Rheumatism, Stiff
nea of th joint, eontraeted Muscles or Ligament
Earache or Toothache, Bruises, Bprsinj, Wounds, Freeh
Oat, Ulcer, Fever Sores, Caked Breasts Bora Nipples,
Barn, Scald. Sore Thoat, or any Inflammation or Pain,
do difference
' ni
liow severe, or how long th disease may
bay existed
mobean's ueiebrated Liniment w a car
tain remedy.
Thousands of human beintr hare hrm aaaa1 . nr. M
oecrspiiuae ana misery by UK as of this Invalaabl m4-
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC
' LINIMENT '
OIL
will relieve pain elm oat bistactaneoaily, and It wll
cleanse, purify and heal th foalest tore in aa lacredl
jsnon um. .. ., . ,
Far Horses atitl Other Jkailtaittla.
McLaan a oelehrated T. In lmm r u ftia ,ni aar. .i
uaoie remeay ror in cure of etravln. Kin Bon, win.
gall. Bolint. Unnatural Bnmna. Nodea or gweliinn. ti
will never fail to our Big Head, Poll Evil, Fistula, Old
running sore or sweeny, ir properly applied. For
Sprains, Bruuret, Bcratchea, Bore or Woandt, Cracked
Heels, Chafe, Saddle or Collar Sail tt is an Infallible
remeay. Apply it as directed, and a ear 1 certain In
very inamno.
Then trill no longer with th many worth tea Lint
enta offered to you. Obtain a supply of Dr. McLean'
oeienratea iitnuneni. it win ear yoa.
J. If lrtcIaEAN, Bol Proprietor,
Corner of Third and Pin Streets, St. Loaia, Mo.
For sal by all druggist.
Portaleby ROBERTS A SAMUEL,
autf-dAwly Colombo, Ohlc.
Baltimore Clothing House.
TT11SS cto : TTaT-rivr
aatirAOTraias sjrn waouaaiai ncaux ia '
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
No. 308 W. Baltimore-street,
UBBTT Attn BOW ASP,) t
BAlaTISIORE, jrfd.
A Larg-s Anortmsnt of Plee and rnnishing
Goods Ctmsuntlw es Hand1
OerlMiF. ' I
CANADIAH ft TJHITED STATES HAIL
STEAMERS A
TO AND FHOIVt
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
. "' and '.( j
Th Montr! Ocean Bteamahin Oomnanv'a nrat-H.a.
full-powered Clydw-eatll BMamer sail erery (tat.
ttrday from PORTLAND, carrying th Canadian and
United SUto Mail and pangra,,
NORWEGIAN, i v NORTH AMERICAN,
Bvoinian, . , aSnui4leAA.OM. 1
NORTH BRIION,
HIBERNIAN.
CANADIAN, MOVA800T1AN.
Slaorteat, Cheaest stnat Qstlckcat Con.
a-, Teyanca grvtat (
AKSBICA TO AU PAJITS OF ETOOfK.
Katens of Ptttwwee to KuxopeJ
830, 866, aO. v;:),: -v
Will sail from LIVERPOOL aTei-y WeatneielaT,
and from QOEBEO ewei-y Ssttnrdeiy , ealllos at
Awnnun.anv a. ..
anja.aviaiaiaJa, Nnmmrs DnaraanO IADO Ssatlsand
Pawragers, to and from Inland and Scotland. t i '
IITTheee Steamer ar built of Iran. In wat-. H,ht
com part men U, carry each an experienced Bargooa. and
very attention is purj to tne eomrort and aecomrno4a
tlon of pissengers. a they prooeed direct to LONDON
DEBT, th great risk snd delay of calltng at St. John's
kiBT1dd. r. r-v -,,.... 1 v
eisscow cssssnnrs sre renrbfthed with n riaa.
Uokete to and from Londentleny. j
aeinrn tiosets gnntea at reduced rate. t
OcrtlSoat kmied for Oarrytng to aad bringing osjt pat
inter from all th prltWlMt tosms slSnal Hrllaln anA
Ireland, at reduced rates, bythts line of steamers, and
by th WASHINGTON LINE Of BAUIN PA0AII8,
leaving Liverpool rry week. , . .-, ,is.. ; .
Sight Drafts far f and epwards pay-
i , j lama jr Wstles. ,
For casts re. annly at the Oitln.' vi n s is i.
WAY, Nw Kark. and is Witi m nr..
lalTerpaals- , a.-,- ..... ;.;,:.; (, j
; . IABXI ft afaABLB; OsBeral Ifeqts,
Ot J. R. ARMSTRONC;
nolO-lydAw , Suteawaui Oflloe, Columbuj, Ohio.
SUNDRIES.
T7AHINA,
TAPIOCO,
at.
Baao
KiosFloar
r; .arrow Boot,
Bootch Oat
Pearl Barley ...
Cracked Wheat .
Coco
Cream Tartar,.,.,
"f" K
Bnedtsss Balalat ;
J
opm ra , a ,a .
Cbooolaus u .., .
Brosaa, sts. ,..
Soda . u.
Prune . -
Fresh Tomato
ftaraaa. (1aM
J:
reaenss
1 f rjah Oaon'd Trait of rvetr dsMriptlw;.
Biinnaei
Flavoring Eztractaofall kbtt.
- earn Drops; Mixed Osndlee;
- Alrnoods, Filberts, Poena Nats,
KncUsk Walnata. Bnall Nsita. ata.
v.-,-., ni ... ,WH. lleDoSALD.
MRS, WINSLOW,
An eipeiieneed Man and lemal Phyilclan, presenU
- to the attentloo of mothers, her
800 T HING SYRUP,
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING.
which neatly facilitate the prooes of loathing, by soft-
enlDg the gun, reducing ail innaaimatlon will allay
ALL PAla
.a ai
and spasm odlo action, and ia
BVJHE TOHF.OtJl.ATE THE BOWF.LS.
Depend unon 1L mothers. It will rl. ret in iiHirul...
and
KELIEF AID HEALTH TO TOUK ntFAlTlf .
W have pat an and (old this srtlcl for ovr tn vean .
and OAN BAY, IN CONFIDENCE AND TRUTH, of It.
what we have never been able to say ol any other medl
ein NEVER HAS IT FAILED, IN A SINGLE INST
ANCB, TO EFFECT A CURB, when timely used. Ner
er did we know an Ins tano of dissatisfaction by any on
who a sad It. On tha contrary , all are delighted with It
operation, and speak In term of commendation of It
magical erect na medical virtues, w (peak in this
matter "WHAT WE DO KNOW ," after ten years' expe
rtenca.AND PLEDGE OUR REPUTATION FOR Till .
FULILLMRNT OF WHAT WM HERE DECLARE. In
almost every instanc where th Infant I safferlng from
pain and xhaoatlon, relief will b found In fifteen or
twenty minute after thedyrap i administered.
This valuable preparation la the prescription of one of
th most EXPERIENCED and SKILLFUL NURSES in
New England, and baa been ad with NEVER FAIL
ING SUCCESS In
THOUSAItng OF CAIE8.
Itaotonly relieves the child from pain, out Invlgor
ate th stomach and bowel, oorrect acidity, nd give
too and enenrv to th wool ytem. It will almost lit
stantly reliev J ' ; ,
OBiFisTQ 19 TEE BOWXUB, AID WIND COLIC
and overcome convulsion, wnlch. If not speedily reme
died, end In death. We beltere It the BKBT and BUB
EST RBMBDY IN THE WORLD, In all ease of DYS
ENTERY and DIARRUCEA IN CHILDRBM, whethe
tt arises from teething, or from any other cause. w
would say to avery mother who has a ohlld safferiog from
any of the foregoing eomplslnts DO NOT LET YOUR
PREJUDICES NOR TUB PREJUDIOBSOF 01HEB&
stand between yon and your uherlng child, and the re
lief that will be SURE ye. ABSOLUTELY 8URB to
follow th as of thlemedlclne, If timely ntd. Foil di
rections for Being will accompany earn bottlo. Hon
rennlnBl"ii"--""l of CURTIS A PERKINS,
N,w York, ta on tha ouuld wranner.
I wrapper.
Bold by all Druggists throughout th world.
Prl cipal Office, 13 CesJar Street N.l .
PRICE ONLY 125 CENTS PER BOTTLE,
octtt-dAwly.
PEOF. WOOD'S
B1000 nWoVATOR
It precisely what lu nam Indicate, for, while
Lai plrassot to tbe tait. It ia revivirvi nrr. .ihiur.t,
Q
0
nilog. invigorating and itrengthening u tbe vital
powers, and at th tarn Urn rarivlflea tein
K instes, and renews the Blood in all Its parity and
eWthas at one rettoru and rtndtrt th iy Htm in
' ImUntraM to attack odia. It is th only
.preparation ever offered to tbe world, so cnemi
paj cally sod skillfully coobloe.) as to b tba most
p wsrful tools, and at ths sams Urn so perfectly
h tdapMd to, a to act in per co-acordanca with the
laws of nature, and hence will tooth Uuwtaktti
9
H
rtomocA, and tonft up th dUntiv oraan, and O
thua sllav all narvnna and sth irHaiin t. i. vr
I Jlnar aal
per eetly exhllaratini. and at the aam. iima i, i.
IQjIoompoi
loom posed utirly of Tege tables, yet so combined
I 1 u to p
as to proauos tne most in iroush tonic effeot, with
out producing any Injurious conseqaca Bucb
flj!h!
"IKS
s remeay nas ion oeen leu to ba a da.lderatnm la
h medical world, for It needa nn madid akin tn
sc inataeoiiiiy to l lows all attacks of d aaaaa. and
ioroeeeda and indeed la a th. ..i.m Ana ... .k.
A losidlous attacks of many of tha most fatol, such,!
yji Tnanpis, as tne loiiowmg; uonsnmptton, ln
digestion. Dyspepsia. Loas of Annatiu. Vamtnaa
Nervou IrriUbtltty. Neuralgia Palpitation of tbe
u iiean, neiancnoiy,KigntBwet. Languor, Olddi
b1 loess, Retention of, ss well a Painful obstructed
too profuse, or too leant Menstruation, and Fall-
aa ing oi tn w omn. i nesa all deper d upon genersl
(Alklsbility Tbla pure, healthy, tonic Uordial and
Blood Renovator it ss sure to ear as th sun to
m ria and set. There is no mistak abont it. Bntl
Ml his U not all. If the system Is weakened, wo are
n pen to btltoo attacks, tit livar beromea tomlrl
jr worse diseased, th kidney refuse tn naiforao
Pi
their fnnotlona, and w ara troabled with scaldlns
ana umsuoiHr, oi .nn. or InvO lunlarv dia.
chare of th aam, pain la th back, aide and he.
0
twoen th shoulders, exceedingly llabl to sllshtl
ooios.aougn.nuu.acoueeaed, oon emaciation
I1
ioiiows. ana tno patwot coe down to a nramainra
rrwt. bm mn wm mor. allow na to ennm.rata1
the many Ills to which wa are liable in a .n U
'condition or the system. But we will say, In thlsl
Cordial and Blood Renovator von kinirfu lll
safe, pleasant and effectual remedy for Toes of J
Appetite, biliousness, Flatulence weak and sick I v
Stomach, Languor, llrer Complaint. Chill end
Fever, or any Billons attack. Ooaiimtaa. ..law.
4
...... .j. XI - 77 -
a. um otuiuacu, aavrToasncs, nenraigia, falpfta
tion of tha Heart, e, re aaion of Spirits. Sores,
Pimple oo th Fas or anv diisaae arisln. fn
impure bloed. euch ss Scrofula. Ervsimiaa. nn
bill, Ooagb, difficulty of Breathing, snd all that,,
oclaa of diseases called female weaknea. and M
enumerated above. We will also say th traveler,!
o
expoieo to epiacmie c nan ire or climate and war-l
ler, will find It a pleasant, aal and sure remedy.
auu buii. Bouuia rer travel witnout. Header
itry It forvr aasura SOU sou Will find In It a irlan.1
indeed, as well as a friend In need. All persons ofl
sdentry hab ts will And It a perfeot preventive oil
a well as ear for those ailments to which they are
0
particularly cxpoeea. ueno minister,studenia,st
torneye, literary onllemen.and ladle who ara not
4
aocus'oma to mnck outdoor exercise, will And it
o their adrantar to keen a bottle oomtantiw J
hand; and, aoore all. mother, or these beeomln.
.uvu, wu, co turougn tnat noil oaogoroua prloc
not only wth all tlietr acenetomrd strength, bui
4
Olalentaaoog th female portion of th world. Ii
jshort, If I Indeed a mother's cordial. Try It, ole
ai.ajia irraa Tmm in. fnnnaaaiai .1 maat. an " .
'.".si uv iuuksi i uu ui iiaaur aeiar; iiwn
relieve and nrove Itself emnhatlcallv a RtMtnrn
0
Uv Cordial and Blood Ktnovator.
Oa J . WOOD , proprietor, 444 Brotdwsy, New
sold by ROBERTS A SAMUEL, Colombo-, Ohio,
and til good DraggUta. Price On Dollar
per Bottle. , matxhte-dAweowlr j
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
NEWARK OHIO, '
laannfaclnrera all kind at- Por
table and Mtatlanarr Nteatn Ea
. (iaes. Haw Itltlla, rlt mi la,
I AcC.f AC a - -
LAKE 4 BODLSi JBtattnl B. . BLASE TBtattnl
J. d J. B. JDPTAll Btatmltl C0LUMBC3
UACHnrS CO. Bmtrnll 1 1 BRADIOBD
, . ,., . . C0.tatmtlll!Xty
Onr PortaUe Bog-lne . and Saw Kill
Wu awarded th Brat preatasa of 850 at th Indiana
Stat Fair ror 1Q60 oyer Ltn A Bodley's oa aenoont of
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and tapsrlor character of - lumber sawetl.
Oar Stationary ttngin wu arrrarded at th same Fair
th lrst premium of 8W0.
Our Portable Engin was awarded thnr premium of '
ailrO at th Falrat Memnhi, Tnn.. ovr Bland' Du
vair, Colnrabus Machine Oe's., anrl Bradford Co'..
by a ootnmtttm of practical Railroad Engineera.
ror pne and term address ' .
WILLARD WARNIR, Treasurer.
AeoS-dAwltaola. i - i i Newark, Ohio.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
. Corner Sprlaa; Water Bta. '
OolixaaaLTOtiaia, OHlo.
W. : B.: P0TT3" ,c; CO.,
MAOTTnIOTO,
lad Uannlbotelrav of Bras and Oomposltioa Castlngr.
Flnisbad Bra Work of all Description.
Electro PiatingLiid Gilding! !
STENCIL CUTTINC, dcC.
feblUl-dly ' - '
WA!fTBD.-n BIS T8 "TO mT.VV
package of STATIONERY and JEWELRY, at
prioe one-third less than can be purchased lewhere
Call oa oraddroe (sump snclosed) J. L. BAILEY, He
JJI Court lt Boston, AUs. , msreht):d;m.
RESTORATIVE
CORDIAL

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