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TUESDAY MQltNlNOI JUHB , ML
LOCAL MATTERS.
Tb Adtna ExpreeB Company places ns
nmlpFcLliffiLMnn. tn it forthaver lttAit DftDArnIOr
Jrom.tue eastern pitiea. ; 1
n " :- - i"
The American
Express Company has onr
tfaauks for its daily favors la (be sbapobfthe
': ,.' ' verf lateBt eastern Paoeri. '--
.. Council Paocrcomos. Th City Coundl
met laat evening at the usual hour Mr., Com
stock in tbe chair. Cii:. i'j ! J Ji .
Tbe City Clerk and tbe City Treasurer pre
aented the following T ;
Statement of tbe Receipts and Expenditures
of tbe city of Columbus from May 6th to June
3d, 1861, lnoluslfet ; n v 1. 1 f.;t!. ,
t IK I
,. i 1
BaIno In th Treuary Uv 8....'...u..
It, Doutlduat balauMof ImIi r'i wpro-
11,225,30
prlstlon aoexpiided (70 00
Wmy Thomu, fine,, kc, for Mnjr....'. . 03,31
T. F. Mttlo, M. H. raU forlIr..... USI,3
14,501,11)
S7S,74lso
..i . '...ij- am'- r"i .i r
..... . PUB0E.IMOITI. ..,l-.rf.'.
Wire department. , $51J 41
vityroiice m,9
Starket UuO-e, o .........J.. ....... t
Siewenuid Drainage .?.,
ta Keailrt. ao.
Jrtailng, Stationery, Ao. -..
OaMlale Park. ....... ..........
Si Wrd Iiaprovemenia.
3d " ,, ,
4th " .
5th
Keller fiod.
Balanee In the Treasury, June 3, 1 " '
44 80
1 50 '
. J0..B lU.
'134 07
"'Sis! ' i
oi.es ,:
14.00
455M .
ISMt.ll
J8JU.8D,
. i -..'! f. r . ' 14501,10
(. , .The Street Commissioner, Jakes II. Bubs, I
submitted the following reportt ' '
i '. Ou the 14th day of May, I entered upon the
iaties ef the office, and up to the 31at Inclusive,
there have been employed by me, '
, , Two hortea and carte belonging to Henry
Jooee, for 32 X ilave, at S I 23 per day 940 63X
vne none ana rat. vi vnaa. jeraan, lor 11
day., at H S3j.tr day., 117 80
. . .. Total.. SB 18li
7 f .,: There have also been 24611 dava' work nor-
- formed by the Chain Oana; in different parts of
. tno city, wnero in my opinion it was most need
ed.
I
; SOLDIKRS' RCJUIV.
" Mr. Blair, from tbe Committee for the Re-
iieuoi me r amines ot volunteers, suomttterj a
.report, in which the Committee say: ,
They have found that In most of the cases
where volunteers have left families , they are
un very aejtitute circumstances, and In many
v.itbout an; visible means ol suppoit. Aged
, siotoers, wires and cnildren: are In on
merous instances calling for relief. Your
committee have been careful not tc
enoonrage extravagant expectations, and have
in all cases exhorted tbe beneficiaries to
industry aad prudence In their expenditures
Tbe bigbeet (.mount allowed to any family ar
ye is eigut aonars per montn, many not over
four or five, to be in cash, with the full under
etanding that they are not to receive any more
; . until another month. The amount already ex
pended appears in the report of the CI't Treas
urer, and need no t be reported here. The amount
per month may, aud probably will be, somewhai
v . increased hereafter. As the bot weather will
induce more or less sickness among the poor
. and badly housed, among whom most ol these
families may be classed your Committee would
close their report by offering the following re
solution: ,
Retohed, That the City Solicitor be. and la
hereby requested to report to this Counoil at the
next meeting, whether any, and what provision
Mas been made bv tbe State for tbe support ol
, ithe Families of Volunteer Soldiers, and whether
tench provision may not supersede tbe system
oi reiiet aaoptea oy your honorable body.
The resolution offered in the foregoing report
was adopted. ;
The Committee on Ways and Means report
ed the following resolution: M
Rctolcid. That there ehall be levied on the
taxable property within tbe corporate limits ol
ne uity oi uoiumous tor toe year loul, for tbe
purpose ot aetraytog the expense, ot the
, Fire Department - 1 mill on the dollar.
City Police 1
Gas and Gas lights 7.10 " '
Interest on City debt 7-10 " ' o "
Salaries . 6-10 "
General expenses to be applied to the Relief!
be
of
it
ing
be
lat
to
r una, D-iu mill on the dollar.
, This resolution was discussed and not dispoe
ed of at a lato hour.
. Court or Common Pleas. New Criminal'
Cash. The trial of oriminal oases will.com
. xneoce in the Court of Common Pleas on Mon
day next. The following I. s list of the , new
' -cases on tbe docket arising from indictments
; returned by the Grand Jury at the present term
of the Court: , " ". '
State ei.Wm. Jenkins, Samuel Simmons,
Dave YouDg, and Samuel Burnsides burglary.
State vt. Frederick Jamison and Isaas Mo
Farland assault with intent to rob.
State ti. John Heron, Wm. Brown, James
'-Roll, Francis Westcott, and Zidoo Carter
not,---- - : ;
State er. Raohael Phillips snd Mary Johnson
elt'as Cleveland Marv robbery. ' '
State es. Jane Lee olios Jane Vaohoia tlia$
Jane Vohies grand larceny. . .
State es John Johnson shootiDf; with Intent
tO kill. . i
Sta'ees. Rezin Parker shooting with Intent
to kill; assault with intent to commit murder;
. and assault and battery. " ' , ' ,1, . '
State vs. Henry Dirworth assault and bat
tery.
State es. James Liverpool rape. ' .
Stite s. Wm Conltlin stealing promissory
. notes to tbe value ot $35 and more. ;"- m;'; 1 ' '
State es. Joseph Cherry assault and bat
tcry.
State es. John Steed assault with intent to I
commit mnrder. ; .ft -.,.;.(- v,i - .: w .
. ' Tub North Esitish Review to Mat, 1861.
"' We have received from the; publishers, Lion
ard Scott & Cs., New York, the American edi
tion of the Nor th Britiih for May.' . It is an ex
. , ceedlngly interesting end Talnable No. of this
' able Review, as may be Inferred from the table
of oontents, as follows: "
Article 1 Present Movement la tbe Church
' ' 1 of England 2 Alexis da Tocqaevillej 3
Tbe Poems and Plays of Robert Browning; 4
Bishop Hurd and his Contemporaries; 5 -Rail
a .- way Acoidehtei 6-Motley's United Nether
Uodsi 7 Berkeley's Idealism; 8 Dr.' John
; Brown's Hoi re Subseclvm ; 9 The Educational
,. neation la Scotland; 10 The Christian Arcm
' lecture of Europe r 11 The American Seces
sion. --
The last article pontalna several gross blun
ders and misrepresentations, which seem In
evitable with British writers in treating on
Amerioan affairs; hat' it is interesting si being
the views of en intelligent European oonoernlng
our domestic troubles. All the Other articles
are remarkab,!' good. ' ' m 1 (
., Amerioan publishers Lbonabw Boott At Co.
New York. Price $3 a year." Price of 'Black
wood's Magaxine and any out tvf the four Re-
vlesw,$5; the four Review, snd Biaokwood,
Grand Templb of Honob. -Ths annual
, moeting of 'this Temperance body was held ,'at
Hamilton, Butler county, last week, snd closed
on Saturday morning. There were sixty dele-
, .gates In attendance, snd the following officers
" elected lor '! the1 ensuing jeaV; ', 6',i;5R., M.
' P.. Gaddls; Jr., of Clnolnnatly O. W. V.i T.,
-A te. I . ...( . m WW1 W ' -r
David U. Williams, uincinnati; u.v u.
(Vadsworth, Cincinnati; G, W. T., D. H. Helll
day, Wooster; G. W. U., Henry Crew, Rich
land; G. W. G , Charlton, of Columbus;
Grand Chaplain, Rev. J, J. Thompson, of Ur
, Tan .. .-,..,. ,lP twe.ni..ijiiiu.ii .i 1 1
a, i i ."
itjiiiiiiii annua
better Carea ms-onm nu.uuuy uu
fKJSSITSV
uiui,viUuuv.t ..
. . il. r ..iu fTiM!U rrti
It li far removed from the noise and bustle
a m "VV"- v;
dillyluul tby ooW b. mor. P''J
j
number 6f Sisters of Charity are acting as nur
fses, ana oo muca oi vuo vuuaiug iw u
lhn thni iannlied with palatable food pre-
pared In the tert beefr raaoeer, by those whoa
Ivaa IM MTdtad co men lauor. t an ervium
of tbese good women eanaotbe estlmatech They
are the Florence Nightlpgales or America.
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Camp Jackson. There Is no only one Com
fpaoy (Capt. Walcdtt's) remaining In Good ale
Park. 'All . the other , troops, nave gone m
to quarters In the new Camp n the Naonal
Road, four miles west oi $ne; ciiy . i no gn
at the gate at the old camp 'ground has been
dispensed wKb.ead tbePark looks qie desert
ed and loneVy. !Jtn the course of' a few days , it
will be entirely evacuated. '
The cannon hu been removed to the new Camp
that tbe. bail-nour guns, u.ioni ir-ymmioj,
for the memory of Senator Udmlas, will
.k that nt;M: ' "'I
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Tbe Camp will still retain the name of Camp
JaektotjiJ' ' ' !'.,' ' r
bell
0Two men, by tbe name of FnRiIti resid
ing In Hamilton township, In this ooiinty, ac-
loompanled by a negro by the name of Manlt,
living on Fiihivi farm, on last Friday, assault-
ed and beat Faioiaiost Btamsaooh, their neigh
bor, w Itb stones and other weapons, so that bis 11 fe
lis despaired of. ' Two of tbe parties have been
arrested; bat the prlnolpalin the assault Is Still
at large. '
l- , i i amai i
I
Cam TATLoa.' The Cleveland Hirald lays
(the oamp Ii now deserted by all save the Ra
Ivenna Artillery - Squad, the Staff Offii era and
tbe Commissary Department. . There are barely
enough men to guard the gates. Tbe handful
of men continue, however, to "go through the
motions" of regular eamp life. Tbe gun Is fired
at sunrise and sunset, the flag hoisted and low
lered, roll called and guardmounted.
- - -.
O It Is stated that tbe Ohio boy. at Wash-
mgton nave been oraerea into Virginia, out navt
-a .'. e a . t
no mean, for the transportation of baggage or
of the wounded, The call is urgent that they
should be uniformed and paid off at once, and
are
ta
the
'.ue
me
is
supplied with baggage wagone and ambu
lances, like the troops from other State;. , "
. j
CTThe Coldwater Artillery Company, from
the town of Coldwater, Michigan, arrived at
Camp Dennlson on Saturday. It is a flying ar
tillery company. , They brought with them a
battery iof six gucs,witb the horses required and
stable furniture. , . , ..,
Om or trc Six Honored. Says the Detroit
TVilune, "C. H. O. Rxarden, one of the 'Six
Hundred,' who rode through that solid phalanx
Russians at Bilaklava, and sabered tbe Ar
tillerymen at their guns, has now enliatod in tbe
Goldwater Light Artillery corps." ' ; ; -
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CT A soldier about twenty-three years of age,
named Charlis Wrioht, who formerly resided
London, Madison County, was . accidentally
drowned In the Ohio River, near 'Cincinnati, ou
Sunday last. , ' . ' . '
ST The Lebanon, Warren county, Cili'tee sayt
that some farmer, in that regioa are -complain
that in many wheat fields the fly is making
awful havoc, whUe other fields are nearly all
obeat. - i a ;' j? ?") i;
Noticr The regular monthly meeting of tht
Board of Manager, of the Orphans' Home, will
held at the Home on Tuesday, the 4th of June
3 o'clock. A general attendance is desired
, ' v MRS.S. A. FELL.Seo.
CTThe whole number of Companies tendered
tbe Government since the first call of tbe
President, is 920, making 92 Regiment, oi
1,000 men each.; -; " ' .
TELEGRAPHIC!
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
Dispatches from Washington.
WASHINGTON, June 2.
[Times Dispatch.]
Fairfax Court House ia occupied by three re
glmenta of Federal troops. Two additional re
gimente win oe statiooea mere in a a ay or two
The New York 7th regiment will' probabh
soon be re-mustered into service and detailed to
the camp on Statan Island, to instrnot new lev
ies. -
Lieut. Col. Enyart and Capt. Cahill, of oni
of the Kentucky regiments, have arrived to
make arrangements for the scceptanoe and care
of troons. ' . ' ii-.
r, M corwine is here, agent ot tne btate tc
look after the wants : and Commissary Depart
ment of the Ohio troops. J ' .u
. . t-. . . :ti v.
A LfOuoou leicr eityw, ui a-rouiuua wiujiruu
ably take with him 10,000 rifles and a park of ar
tillery, ssy lorty 1 pcuna rinea guns. .
Tlmts BpvoJal pl.patch.J. ,
T. H. Smith, of Vermont, is appointed Consal
al Odessa, In place Ot Mr. Arnold.of Illinois,
transferred to St, Petersburg. ,. ii
WASHINGTON, June 3.
While there is bo doubt three of ths six com
missloners appointed by tbe Legislature of Ma
ryland have waited on, Jeff Davis, no informa
tion bas been obtaioea sere to snow that then
associates, as instructed, have officially visited
President Llneoh.- " .
Tbe plan of organization for tbe volunteer
forces described in the general order .of M
4ih Is so modified as to allow one surgeon anc
assistant to each regiment, to be appointed b
the Governors of tbe respective Sti'es, subjeoi
to tbe approval or tee secretary or w ar.
Lieutenants Chamhliss and H or ton bavin;
tendered tbeir resignations, to avoid, being oalled
upon for sotlve service, their names have beet
stricken from the-Army list. u i -
Writ of As&foe earpas,: retanjabie on lues
day, were granted iu tbe oaeofthe three met
arrested In Maryland, cnarged with bridge
burning, and removed to York Tbe writs
were addreesed to lien iveim. . i be. Hearing i
to be before Judge Cadwallader, brother1 of the
Qeneral. i lie:
Last nleht. a (Quad of secession cavalry made
a dash at the outposts of the 28th New York
Reelmeut. end fired anon tbem. A tcoutine
party pursued tbe enemy , who retreated.
A special Tribune dispatch says a letter re
ceivedfrom Commodore Bell, of 'the Mediter
ranean sauadroo, says tbe Sueaaehanna left Na
pies on the 13th ol May (or new xork; tne
Iroauols wm to salt trom spexzia on tbe loin
for New York, and the Richmond was to follow
soon. . -i
[Special to the Post.]
II Is reported that Jeff. Davis bas issued a
prooUmation dlrectlog toe Federal troops to
withdraw from the Virginia soir.r l t'i-v . .
Private- advloaa aav that Davis Is reallt
aiarmea, and his anxiety la so ereat as to attest!
UI- U I . 1-
ma ucauu. j.i
The Beat Sttaek-nn. h laixURutV hafte
.1 aia...a:.
i .J1."-, . D' fne Una forces. , .
...',:tffpeculW fhe,U..3 H
By the end of ihe iweek, the Ooveramsnt ex
peots to have 35,000. men In Virginia, n.ar Al.
exaudrla; 20,000 ' prafton, 20.000 near Har-
uw i errr,fvuu at fortress Monroe, and Iu,
WT"- B Sk llllll .1 17. . la - -
uuy Brouna.BAinmor, tl,e e
lev auuie. i....,: v-n . .4. ....i . .. .
Capt. Ward's official report ot the affair at
acquis urees asya tne urine eommanned nn
Saturday forenoon, and terminated In conse
quence or tne fatigue of tbe men and the sxoee
aire neat. . ue nred incessantly five hours.
A man killed at Fairfax was a member of
tne Virginia state convention, and a member
tv e.i ' t-w--.lM.--.
Surprise and Rout of a Camp of 2,000
Surprise and Rout of a Camp of 2,000 Rebels by Part of Gen. McClellan's
Surprise and Rout of a Camp of 2,000 Rebels by Part of Gen. McClellan's Command—15 Rebels Killed—
Surprise and Rout of a Camp of 2,000 Rebels by Part of Gen. McClellan's Command—15 Rebels Killed— Capture of Arms, Horses, Ammunition,
Surprise and Rout of a Camp of 2,000 Rebels by Part of Gen. McClellan's Command—15 Rebels Killed— Capture of Arms, Horses, Ammunition, Provisions, and Camp Equipage.
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CINCINNATI, June 3.
- u t ffom Gen. MoCUHuWOatti,
thBnr
flat reeimeot of Vwi to.o0..
lent ui tw- - ... .
'.other eommanded By,u. V""!"","":", -
and nfter marching daring the ntire night lor
about SO mile., VnSAaffilS
mrgium, horses, ammu-
turing a large amount of "B,,B.;a. . Ttt
gsurprise was complete, B&u "47wapH '
HIHUI in UTIIIMIB Bin V ' r. . aa, aflV
w.ceaeraiiroopaerein h0 --mis ptIaopeI.nj
rebels, and It Is quite probable
mk r
wiuoe tacen. r . ' -
Col. Kellv was mortalW mnn,UA
since died. : . .,
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; Several, other. f the Federal troops
aligbtly wounded." i ' - ;- .
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CINCINNATI, June 3. From Baltimore, Harper's Ferry and
Davis
Visiting Harper's Ferry.
BALTIMORE, June 3.
ana usa tnem conveyed to Fort MoHeory
Gov.. Hicks, this mornlni. demanded end r
oelvcd thumnnlrpfenf Ilia Rltlmn. .1,. n..j
"".rat mo aoon. io start lor carper's r errj
-" " morning, ana wnen to tn
pjrorii. -
, The Tn'iune'. dlepatch from Harper's Ferrv
Isays a. general Impression prevailed there woulo
iaooo be a fight there. Between 3,000 and 3.000
iwoops were encamped in suburbs, They were
inaiiea on a nuredsy, by iu. vtvi and bis aids.
At Manaasas Juootlon it was ascertained thai
Ithere were from 2,000 to 3,000 troops stationed
IWbenhe paced through, there were 8,000
more employed along the road to within sever;
miles ot fairlax Court House.
From Fortress Monroe.
FORTRESS MONROE, June 1.
No military movemeuM ei. Heaw cmnm
ro uoiug vrnnnooriea to Hip Kaps.
It Is said 4.000 secessionists are at Yorktown.
mobo oetween there and r ortreas Monrna.
stand will evidently be made at Yorktown.
Slave, from several counties .have bean aunt
norm to worn on Intrencbmenta; : .
FORTRESS MONROE, June 2.
(VIA BALTIMORE, June 3.)
Byt-rdposf the War Deoartment. tbe Naval
Brigade was not accented, but returns to N
York to-blcht. Their arms and ammunition
retained, by order of General Butler. whr
placed in tbe most embarrassing position biB
presence of th Rrio-adv. H
Col. Butlctt, In the midnight expedition to
nip iLaps, leu irom tne parapet, breaking
anaie ana receiving luternal Injuries. - H
oeiinous to-day An emeute is expected
itucu mp IB ftUUUUQl'CU. , ..
The Engagement at Acquia Creek
WASHINGTON, June 2.
, The following faols have been obtained in re
gar d to tbe eonteat at Acquis Creek: ; Tbe en
gagement begun Friday and lasted two houra
do Saturday it was renewed and continued for
lour nours. lne lower beaoh battery, damaged
m rriday, was repaired." The force of tht
Oonrederates was supposed to be 2,000.. -i
Uq Saturday the treeborn aonroached wUhtn
two miles and commenced firing. Tbe Pawnee
took a nearer position, and fur the first hour
the firing; was brisk from tho shore batteries
furlDir thecneaeement tbe Pawnee fired 1C0
An observor saw throned a telescope numbers
of bodies carried away In wagons. OfQoera sa;
tne vonieaerates naa rined cannon. -' J '
Both vessels were damaced but sliehtlv. One
ihot went through the Freeborn's cabin. ' The
Pawnoe received eieht shots.
The Anacosta returned here this morning.
tne rawnee ana rreeoorn hauled on, beiDg un
preparea lor a long engagement,
Tbe railroad depot and buildings ashore were
destroyed.
1 he rebels, it Is believed, bad eight guns.
From Alexandria.
ALEXANDRIA, June 1.
tnd Yorktown, arrived bere for proteotion, says
unmerous families have fled, leaving behind
slaves unfit for work,
Three hundred necrots were forced acrose
the James river to work on Rebel lotrench-
ments.1 ..
Dlstintfnlshed ecceBsioniBt ' confessed the
Unionists were right and secessionist, all delud
ed... : ., -.;...
Strong breastworks here will soon be finished
Reporters have magnified unimportant skir
mishes into battles.
There Is but one tolegraph instrument here,
woicn is mostly employed by the government
ALEXANDRIA, June 3.
The Orango snd . Alexandria Road, which is
u wibujb auu , niMnuuiw HWU ffuivuieaj
Hmade a continuation of the military line, is
Hr"P'd'y being repaired by the Federal forces. B
The Zouavee are picketed on the Fairfax
Road. ;
Women and children are gradually returning
to town. . ..,!
Formidable Preparations at Cairo
CAIRO, June 2.
la nothing authentic in relation to tbe
movement down the river from this point, but
it is certain that the force at this point is to be
xmsiderably increased. Two additional regi
Dents are ordered bere, in addition to tbe regi
ment organized in this Congressional DUtrict
Anotner company; ot Illinois Artillery, now
it Springfield under marching order siwlil move
m a aay or two. .. .. .
The Government bas chartered tbe big wharf
iteamooat that lies bere.. II le oapable of oar
ryiog several thousand troops and stores. It I
understood; also, that the Government has char
ered twenty-five steamers at St. Louis.
'
The Fairfax Skirmish.
NEW YORK, June 2.
The Herald sava that W. F. Waahlturton.
ton of the late Col. Washington, was captured
U the Fairfax affair. .
It Is reported the battery at Mathias Point
proves to be a? wood pile. ' ":
'Lieut. Tompklos' official account of the Fair
fax affair does not differ materially from the
hrst report, tie saws three of bis men are miss
log, and three slightly wounded. Six horses
were lost.' He thinks the killed and wounded ol
he rebels were thirty five. ' 1 ' "
Two of the dragoons missing at Fairfax have
ieen rescued by their comrades. i, .
Official Account of the Acquia Creek
Affair—Attitude of England.
WASHINGTON, June 2.
The official account of tbe Acquis Creek Af
fair agrees with other accounts. The enemj
aad but one battery in range, which was sUeno
ed. Only one seaman was Injured.
The 7 lat New York Regiment did not go to
Acquis Creek, as reported. ,
Aooounte received irom bogland state that
Minister Adams was presented by Lord Pal-
merstou. , Imiortant stale dispatches reached
aim on the seventh. -, .... .: ,..-t- y :
The attitude of the British Government' le
uot decisively ascertained. Nothing hew from
other Governments. . .. :. ,-
From St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS, June 2.
In the McDonald case, yesterday, ou motion
of counsel for petitioner,' the respondent, Gen
Harney, was discharged trorQ. iurtb.er proceed
mcs la the oase... ; . . ..-
.A new petit loa lor a writ, to oe aireotea to
Capt. N. Lyon and ill other officer, at tbe Ar
senal, was preaented,and the writ granted .return
able on Monday-morning.
Dr. Ueo. a. san aerson, staboea py juagc
Buckner on the nlsht of May 10th, during a
discussion relative to the capture of Camp Jack
son, died r.riday mgni. ,, t.- -
From St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS, June 3.
i fS.nnml T.iiyn ri annnlnted Col. Blair ae
commandant of the .rfenal In tnisoity.., '
IUspt. vOie, W ,xiamaaura- we usws; uu
Duncan's Island, opposite the Arsenal, baa re
sumeu examining all passing boat.. ' ;
The 6th, Regiment ofMlssouri ' voliinteen.
Co . "Toter- E. Bland, was swora Into tbe
' i s,imiw.. T -v ' 7" L - -
ted. States service for the war,' en Satwrday.
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BALTIMORE, June 1.
A detachment of soldiers visited the Police
Marshal to Inquire about arms delivered by him
to an aeent of the State. The result of the In-
erview la satisfactory. The soldiers retnrpea
Death of Senator Douglas.
CHICAGO, June 3.
, Ji r.,
Han. ofCbloaKO,
n i . II miller if o v , e - r
..u ,,, , D. P. Rhodei,
Hi. remains wille taken from her. on
- , wm be tken Ire
nesday to Washington. ,
Wed.
CHICAGO, June 3. Public Manifestations of Sorrow for
the Death of Judge Douglas.
BUFFALO, June 3.
Threat were numerous,
In this and other Eastern and Northern cities
.fJKSf Jadg. Douglas' Uth caused n.
;"; ftt half mast, and other tokens of respegbHaa
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CHICAGO, June 3.
... r .aanect lor tnw memurj ui
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BdH.
pa,no-'-'" ; " A thB flirt
. - 4 a , an early - .l'
v at an Bronlnent
iu ul
theclt. ,',f."f the Illustrious dead will
. Td,.nd theCourtsH
mlnft
build
... K
He
'UK-, urapi. . - . . flU, irOSB to-murruw
The remain wolnB. wben, U tbe present
m State. In Brv --ii out. thev will be
until Wednesday : . moot.
irrangement be oarru - inefleld this
to Washins'ton for inter. -raaaional. Senato
Al a meeting held at Hp. commtuee
hood, attended by State, Coot 'the purpose
rial , and Municipal dignltarie.
as appointed to so to Chio.eo for
f protestins aeaiost tbe removal .
mains from the State. Tbe committ.
irrive here to morrow morning.
tasen
after
the fe
'"4ttil.rsa.
INDIANAPOLIS, June 3.
In memory of Douelas. tbe flag on the domehi
(if thA Cimnitnl mnA thm Aim in mna all
publio buildings are at half mast snd draped in
mourning. Gov. Morton ordered tbe flats at
tne camps to be drawd in mourning, and half-
uoor guos urea lor nonrs.
INDIANAPOLIS, June 3. ERIE, Pa., June 3.
Oa receipt of tbe newt of Senator Domrlas'
Jcath, minute suns were fired, the belle toll
ed, and the flags of the city and harbor placed
at nan macs
Serious Accident to Douglas'
Only Grief of His
Mother.
OSWEGO, N. Y., June 3.
Mrs. J. N. GrSDeer. onlv slater nf
uougias, wniie on ntr way to tbe depot at Clif
too springs, to take the train to Chicago, on
Saturday last, was thrown from., her carriagej
ana naaiy injured, ana narrowly escaped with
derllie.
Tbe mother of Judee Douelas. who reside.
near Clifton Serines. Is overwhelmed with m-iel
iu auui ui uer ouij Bon.
i4
'a...
iii.
land
From New York.
NEW YORK, June 3.
J6 appears 1
lading Mobile,
Townsecd's, Hawkins' and Wilson's Reol-
meuis expect to leave on weanesaay tor fort
ress Monroe, fully armed and equipped, Tbe
scott Liiieuuard Kegiment expect to start to
day for tbe seat of war.
A letter from Annapolis say. Col. Smith, ol
the 13th New York Regiment, took 750 mus
kets from the secessionists of Maryland, and
imeuuB car-turins- an arms neia bv them In h
vicinity.
iureo ecnooners loaaea w in corn wri.
Brought In as prizes; also, six prisoners of war
captured by scouts. , . . '. , . , .
It is positively asserted that, at a Cabinet
meeting, Saturday, it was decided to make a
further requisition of 75,000 men, to serve du
ring the war.
Tbe Posl's special says Gen. Banks will be
ordered to a command at Baltimore or Fortress
iVlonroe;and if so, Gen. Butler will superintend
offensive operations aeainBt Norfolk and Rich
Dmond, under the direction of Gen. Banks,-
a jNaanviiie special to tbe Cammtretal says it
s discovered that the rebels have freauent com
munication with this city, via the Relay House
ind Harper's Ferry. This spy business wilt be
summarily atonned.
Tbe Government has sunnressed a new mar
um Tirgiuia,.
Chas, B. Calvert bas been nominated for Con
;ress In tbe Bladensburc district. He Is an un
conditional Unionist.
Tbe Poit'$ Washington letter sava it is con.
iidered certain that Conere.a will authorize a
loan of one hundred millions of dollars; 8 or 10
per cent, win be onered, and rates issued from
tauu toju.UUUin value.
The Wheeling Intelligencer of Saturday an
nounces tne Dreamoe un 01 a rebel clmn of 5(1(1
or 600 men al Buffalo, on the Kanawha, on tbe
approacn oi the Ubio Kegiment.
The same paper reports that the 7th and 9th
Indiana Regiments are In Vireinia. en route foi
ijrauon.
A Richmond dispatch renorls that a arm nf th
law partner of the President of the London ami
Hampshire Kailroad was buns as a sov bvthe
ouuia Carolina volunteers.
iii appears that the frigate Powhattan is block-
ur
nonu.
;?i .
Iff.
have
ter
tei
were
mis
ened
were
mee
ilon.
or
oio.ee
1
a.
A.
faring
ivr
UMKBK
[Special to the Commercial.]
Two thousand South Carolina troons are re
sorted to be at Brentville. a few miles below
Fairfax. . ,
Tbe woods near Fort Washington, on the Pj-
wmao. nave oeen ciearea away, and redoubts
erected by our troops.
Townsend's Regiment snd tbe Scott Life
vAirn
.
"i
Uuards have left for Fortress Monroe.
ealea
btnhel.
IS
Skirmish near Chambersburg—Fatal
Row.
CHAMBERSBURG, June 1.
I here wa. a slight skirmish to day between
a company of Home Guards and Virginians
Three Virginians were wounded.
A terrible fracas occurred in the negro Quar
ters. Frank Jones, a barber, shot and wounded
two soldiers and then fled, but was instantly
i&iiicu, uj uie Buiaiera.
Ueoeral Pattsrson is expected to-morrow
Additional regiments are eipected on Monday.
of
buthele
graioa
I Corn
1 15,500
iu,iuu
Skirmish at Hagerstown—Rebels
Beaten.
HAGERSTOWN, June 1.
i Tbe secessionist, this morning attemoted to
take the ferry . boat opposite Williamsport,
probably to cross to Maryland on foraging ex
peauioos. ine unionists ordered the seces-
dionists to desists. Not complying, they were
area on. , a DrisK nre was Kept up on both sides
tor about an nour. several secessionists were
wounded. Unionists unhurt.' Rebels retreat
ed. vtsions
IS.
Seizure of Tools for the Construction
Arms.
ANNAPOLIS, June 3.
The Government two cars at the
Oranse and Alexindria Railroad depot, contain
ine a Quantity ot murket Stocks and two boxes
valued at $2,000, eaoh containing highly Bobb
ed tools for the construction of implements of
war.' - ' ' '
"A
,
LA
From California and Oregon.
FT. KEARNEY, June 2.
UM.R,Tr.i.r TtZZL ZZLa "27
'The Pory Express pssed yesterday with San
Frauclsco dates of May 22J. , . I
Tbe steamer St Louis sailed Tor Panama on
tbe 21st, with 80 passengers and $69,000 In
t.reasnre, '
. Tbe arrival of the steamer St. Louis snd the
Pony Express with news to the 13th, slight);
noouragea tne opposition to snip treasure.
Exchanse rnled at six per cent, premium, but
tome leading bankers were not selling. -
Tbe municipal election tn oan Francisco, on
be 21st. resulted in the triumph of tbe People's
Union ticket by an average majority of 15. The
lontest was very exciting, business being gen
erally suspended, to give everjDoay an opportu
altv to participate. c ' " ,.
, buu picked men naa Deen enrolled lor Lip-:
pett's Volunteer Regiment, including one com
pany of light artillery and four oompaniesofi
infantry. When tne Kegiment - u lull, its
services will be tendered to the general govern
mens. ,
A Lieutenant of the army had been detailed
by Gen. Sumner to act es adjatant, and is now
superintending tne army arms.
Tbe Legislature adiournca on tbe bib.
v . - r r a- . u . in.L - af...
,AUVIUo l rum wrcguu tu mo um vi may ej
UnioumeetlBge were Being-held throughout thef
P'i3A - a lljllaa Ifas waf elea Asm aaiaJka the neWiMkl
Sir all Bl I1T1 1 II CSI 1 Ba lflUIUUIBUU SaJIrimBjB UUUVrilllllU IU
Oregon,
and favors one without distinction of j
party,
V
'
ai
Made
at
.
i .
IV
Mails Seized by the Rebels.
Baltimore. June 3. The Rebels seised the
Weatorn malls COrnlneJFiatjfntaTnovt'lnw,
Two Days Later from Europe.
Two Days Later from Europe. ST. JOHN, June 3.
He Prince Albert
S. wit'
of! .wv"""; :7--..e00tooo
-...Wat
tors ana exponent - - - ..t-.j.,
more tone; breadstuffs general! J - "gf
dull provisions steady; oonsoU lXWl7
mnnflf.
the decree
v r i i-.i'tnn iudi iui v"-;-.
corn
for
2l22. ' 1 : 1.-;
HWakefteld, Nash
ThOnn of Spain
had signed
the annexation of San Domingo.
Tn s i hi i sin fir pa jowiiwfv .
3. M whU. B.W-of.lV9d 14. 6d
Corn
Iqulet bo steady yam
mixea wva ""I'm .
&Cas,aml
Livimool Breaustuua. cr"
steady, red 18.011. . 1M
idanauji icu , . .L .
LiviarooL Provisions. ueei.uu
..nk r Ameriean. , Urd heavy j oo
. .i . -It' -
to prime; i m-J ."
aoL-Prodace. -Sugar' quiet
common
LivxsrooL-
Iqiet Rye eteady
will
Floer
dull;
flrrT-1,.
- -
iori-f----
it Is ainounced the Frei
tnoopj
Syria.. ; 7 rf-ll
-
slightly lowerj other I articles unchanged, and
111. - ' "...!. I. ;& .lTrUat'
The Emperor oi Auavnw
At Caloutta there was much activity In
r.nmmnn cotton waa auvauuivt
Ixhe ImporJi market, was dull, and freights
' ' t i-.l:i
India was quiet
and
the
lens
Fire in Oswego. New York.
OSWEGO, June 3.
. -yvn- nearly destroyed
yi temw. .-. -,2tfaJtd
A fir.
1 XUdliiir. manKu- j
the 0-tweb
$30,0t)Q-on
.. i.cij.uu j
V Statement.
V. Naw r t
Ban.
ffO i " """n
i i -mu grn t : -
210.3891 do deposits 437. i
$110,102.
TnP.... r 1 1 Aft ' 'w-.'-'re.ltU)e,iJlAte
f,
' m
THE MARKETS.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, June 3.
FIOTJR Becelnt. Of 13.SG0 Hllfl market faTnrahle In
'buyer. and more dolne: .ale. of IS 000 bbl. at 4,f324,IW
tfor.uperOne .late; .5 0S5 13 'or extra atate; S4 80
(H) for.operfioe weatern: 4 tSSi S3 for common to!
meamm extra weitern; S3 403 O lor ahinnlni, hrandi
D I 11 L. I . 1 " .
nw vino.
hiu ri.uuK ael at S3 1034.
WAKAT Beeelot. of 119 400 hu.hi.li! m.rt.t hM.
declinlig for common to Intel lor grade.:, ale. of 30.
00Obuhel. at at C8cfnr atate. . 4 ,
BARLBY DnllatSS'SHSc. I
CORV receipt, of 118 ItSbnih: market hT,:ht9
flv,vuu ram at w.inio ,or new mixed weatern.
OlTS-dullat 31c31X0 for Western, Canadian and
- ,
POBK dull: ealea of .00 Mil, at Id R7iT an
nra.,eaa via.ovixoa rorprlme.
niveie anonenvea. -
CUT MEArS-dutli raleof50 paekagea.
LARD dull and heavy aaleeof 30 bbl. at 9(39V
dIJTTBK In moderate, demanil atRAUn f,.r nhln
OHKM4B ateadr atSaflea. Inquallttr. -. if
WHISKY nu-et; sale, of 100 bb.. at WKHWX. '
BTOCES-Sull and rather ea.ler: Ta. o'i tiamtet:
uiariviDeinv .nori Ol B-OCX: monev and Kleh.nve nn
changed; Chlo. R. I. 31; III. O. acrlp 6tfX M. 8
quoted aoxio. T. 33; Pan 1 04K; Harl. preferred
n.i.u. c.-jj; trie xj; 7'a 70K; Krie Sd
extra IH64B7X; Brie bond. 7152; Hud 3d 79
dolstlSHt M. O. e's let D3X! Mo. e.4RW; Va. 48
v. ac; Tenn. 40X Ind. S'ebdj Treaiory li t 1 13.
8. tT 61; Coupon.
Urine
Womb,
Ue
Oonlial
Q"l
IT
try
avoiu
Hal,
eill
One
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, June 1.
FLOUR The trade waa of the tame character aa we
recently bad via: conflned nrincloalle to the hat.
grade.. Theaale. aie .mall, but auatain the m.r-l
at lormer quotanona. I
it His AT fled waa rather lower to-day. and m llera
able to aupply themaalve. morefnllg at jeiierdiy','
uuennga ia 10 vw lor good to prime, wnite HI
naintaintd at the old figure, with a demand for the fanrvi
4U!imi.-. ,
COBN Btmainsdnll at 30c. '
OATS Bare but a limited market at 25923,.
BARLEY Unchanged. ,
KTB Unchaug'd. , :
WHISKY Nomloal at l?c. ',- .
PBOVISIONa tbeDroYllian market hu hwii (n.mrlh.
In tone aome, and It appear, that all the lote whl.-h!
onaale at lateauotatioLa both of barrel and mil
nave oeen Uken np. There were no trantao I
reported todav. but lcauIrieawaraelHnl.taA air.1
ireeiy, particularly ror meae pork a apecial brand afl
naa aougui at 10. vm. Ujm., Jutl 3.
j,
...
To
!nm,
aeee
jOuta,
IBarna,
Have
ain
Cleveland Market.
Cleveland Market. June 1 1861.
WHEAT The market la extremelvdall.nwinrtn l.J
rceelpt. and the downward movement at Um a h.i..
red are reported at a decline oi So and the markei
ouh and neavy. hale, are Scar, red on track at
JO.
00 KN Remain. Inactive and not quotable.
OATd-8teady with ealea of 1 car at S6c. ,
UIOaWINBS Nothing doinav , ,
BOOS Have further Imurored and lain ara rnAri,l
v. t ,uu in. iuia ci a lew narreis.
POTA TUBS Arc In food demand and trnvm ar. r
o Di..jA....i.b.,:. . .
S4S25o. aocerding to quality the latter price.
iinniuuuviii
riALT IiSolllnffat followiDiTrAtf'll! fln frnm atnrA
i,4Ji,u, ooarte from toit fl.45St.5U; diary In
WIIUUU. lAKIe 94. QO 111 DAStt. Mi 111(1 14 ft.
1ITJ.
BUTTER Rrsmilni verrdall at saile'rD.ihA uttArfn
flic in mail iQii,
Will
J
i
au,
rannlng
Sprain.,
icuicuv.
kvery
Then
aent.
For
Buffalo Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
BUFFALO, June 3.
Flour Market quiet and nnchanied Wnur dull
of 5.000 mjhel. No. 8 Chicago Spring at, SOc.35
Uilwaukee Olnb 96c. Coax Dull; aalea of
000 bushels at 34c. Oats Quiet: aelea tf 1.000 hnah
t HiaaT nominal at UU Canal Borta da
io 1 on uorn ih
18 OtlO bbl.. Floor
onr 153000; Wheat 81,000; Corn!
export. 9,000 bbl. Flour 70,000; Wheat 1S9.00U
'
Oswego Market.
OSWEGO, May 16.
FLOca Steady and Snchanrxd. Wriit-DqII: aalea
4,200 qu.hel. White Canadian at at 1 S3; aad 1,000
Wlwon.ln Club at H 05 Coan and other!
qultt. - Canal Fort s doll; Flnur Sd; Wheat 8;
7. Nrw York Lake Import 4 000 boihela Floor:
Wheat; 10.300 Corn - Canal Ixport;. 1.00 Flour.
noeat; jjuv uornit.uuu jfarley ., j
tirday
United
Philadelphia Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
PHILADELPHIA, May 31.
Floor TJochatged. ;WBtvr Steady, red B1.35!S1.3S
whlt1.45SI.60 Coais Pull, western 53t8t0e. Pro-'
Quiet. Whibit Dull at 19XcSI7c.
Will
tnd
DOYLE & CO.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS AND SHOES
Northwest Corner of High and Gay Sts.,
KTo. Ol, :
COLtUIUUIlSa... ....... ........ .....OlIIO
large Stock of Tine and Staple Hoods oa Band.",
y31-dU ' t: ..'.flT-l-.'. '
' ladies linen .Pooiet-Haadk'fe.
rrEITIIlED8TITCHEDiaivE HAND
kerchief very wide heme
Embroidered Linen Hand,' 'ill pyloa. I ;
Hummed gtltohedand elalfl do. do ' - 1 '.
Hemmed Stltohedand plain do, do
dn da colored bordere.
Mourning do t' "I 4lck border
do do new stvle cross stitched.
Pin Apple doT j aew pattern. !
lalisai' Plain and Hemmed Stitched do all prices.
Comprising the moat select aaaortaunt in the city and
invest price.. - w . . nain ea sun,
febvs no. xv uoutn ntgn street.
ADTBBT1BEMBNT. r
lor tbe INSTANT B1LIIF
and PBBMANENT CURB of th
distressing Complaint ee..'i iv
i Elt BT'I . '. '"
BE0HCHIAL CIGARETTE8,
by 0. B. 8BYMOUB OO ,167 Nassau St., N. T
rrica aji per box; sent tree ny post.
I0R. BALI ,iT All, DBUOfllSTS,
mvS-dfcwljrle
THE UNION FOREVER!
UNION ENVEtOPES AKAUITVOF
designs, at Bl.OS per 1,000. i .. .
'; 05105 LS ITER ASS K0TI PAPII.
hall the price obarged by asaall dealere.a- -; j
TT7HBAD QTJABTERS No. 73 South Hlh street.
Cblumbee.Blaye, lWU ' ' J. H.BILHY.
St.-1 .rl.JL.-.. j
M rV T tiri fa' IS BT s 1f tlilisMlle
"?m Mri . I
n a a bm Ml. , '.i . if - . It. . .i C k I
: Novelties in Neck Ties arid Scarfs.
" " Bvron and Oarrot) Collar. '
" w Embroidered Pocket Handkerchiefs -Pari.
Kid Glovea superior make.
Golden Hill Shirt, various stile.
Boy' Golden Hill Shirt, do
Driving and Street ttlove, do
Hemmed Pocket Handkerchiefs, various atyles.
Half Hose and Under nrmnt- "
DlJA
Tl
every
tinn
eylDERY,
i.
Uck.t
eng-rs
Ireland,
by ths
leaving
Sight
i
For
WAV,
Or
! nolO-lrdtw
RE
"
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A
1
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j
.
.
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Dr.J.n.UcLEAN3
Strengthening Cordial and Blood
a. W I I.,
annr.iZ:.r,TOO. o.
Tie irot ttemedrln Tbe Wwrld
0
; ' ..HOST BEtiaOTJS
' awn
DELIGHTFUL
O0BDIAL
EVER TAREN.
IT IS 8TBICT
lj t aoleDtloe and
Tegotiblo OompoaniL
bNcartdbf th dittit
Utlonof Boots. Herbs
and Birkj, Yellow
brvk. Blood Boot,
KoTMfMrilla, S7 1 I d
Cherry br and Pin
dtlton enter. Into iu
- eU. Increment i hnoobly extraatad
f - "l5iu,KB..RnidfiBg. deUci-ui,
lr.o.ig"tisyjW. andston
CoffeeS.,,; d deUUtate iNTalP IP HiUMJl
mi o ' . j
lcavc2wci.KAPfw iTHwei""'"
Pa
1
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TV
4JUK.
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DIYBBV ' COMPtAlNT. ,YBPfaU,
JAOND101
fjnronle or Nerrons PeHlttyJ Pieeaaea
. ' e Ak tru.AM
an? all VawnUii from 'S ISZrjEZ.
oh, TperU, UeArtbam, ui. I tiaT
leae of the Btomach, Vsllnea. ef Blood to the Hea.l, DiiIi
laTnor wtotnlng In the head. Ph-.tatloii ofths Heart
oi
nllncu o Weis
iht In tne Biomacu, v.....
SObokisg or .nffoeating feeling
oi yellowoeai of the Skin and
h.n ivin aown . vmw
r.ea. Night Sweat..
-.Za P.in in the naall of the back, oheit or
war rerera, rn jn - JX7i.fi. rtn
I Sore, or B
Soree or motcnes o
QWlUand rener.)
over a ItlUUoa of UotUce
I rT. V,. -M Anm tn tut et naflthj and In PO
it la li mm. ,n fiTin. inun BitvMw.,iuM
mrmi-- L- t-7- .
rroni weaaeia or voMiwij mcu
.i,kiii rnnnTAI. will euia
IZ:. , v We or the
"' '"' sbua-"' oy
iaa.io
v lanrriiti ia
u.. 7n. '"I L?1"" ""raoulou. ehanU ....
nanrr." ." dlaearf, d.billJi ...
iiiAiinnt-ik .-ar.
And l&lZ'ZV e.rJ?t "" what,.,
Wtt-"o,S "..ro7h
,y improper Indn. "imY.?. 'a'V0.
.1 : M(l.peedy remedy. ' m
ou . jr the Ladtee.
McLean's .,?ttiejw Cordial
la a and peefrJ" ''
IMCIPIBMTONMPTIO. WniTEB
Obetrncted er DIBenlf Men-anaarloB, 1ncon.',MBO? ol
er Involenury uioenarge uereer, Val lnk we
widdlacea. lalntina and alt Olaeaae. lncidk S t
Female..
: There Is no KliUke About it.
8uHer no longer. Take It according to Direction.. IU
wlllaUmnlate. atrenctheo and invigorate son andaaaaai
bloom of health to monnt your cneek again .
Bvery bottle la warranted to give ealiiieetion.
FOIl CI1ILPHEIV.
Ifsanr ehtldrea are sickly, saay, or afflicted, HcLeanV
will nuke them healthy, fat and robuat.
Delta
a IDQIuCDlt fgy 11, Ana you Will W VODTLDOCa.
13 DELICIOUS TO ' TAKE,
Cactioh. Beware of Dragiri.t. or Dealers who mat
to palm upon yon aomBUlerorSareaparilUtnub,
rhichuieycan buy cheap, hyeayinr it I. Juttaa good.
aucn men. Aaaior jucijeaD BirengtoeninKUor.
and take nothing clae It ia the only remedy thai
purify the blood thoronchlv and at the eame time
trengthen th ayatea.- i
Ubleapootiful taken every morning fasting, la a
preveonyeoi unoiera, Vbilla and Feyer. Tali
or any nreyalent diaea.ee. it la out an l iarM
-
only SI per bottle, er bottle, for t5.
1 J.H.McLBAR.
' ' Sole Proprietor of this Cordial,
Prinslnal DeDot on tha corner nf Thinl anil Pin.. I....
i ...... . i ...
uii.il, wu, . ,
McLean's Volcanio Oil Liniment
beat Liniment In the World. The anl aafa an,
rtain cure for Caneare, Pilea, Swelling, and Bron
or woitre, faralyaU, Neuralgia, Weakneea of th
Uuactea, Chronic or Inflammatory Bheomatinn. BUS.
of the lolnU, contracted Mueclea or Llmunvnia
aaracne or Toomnone, Bralaea, Bnraina. Wonnda. Wri 1
Cloera, Fever Boree, Caked BreaaU SoreNipplea.
Boalda, gore Thoat. or any Inflammatinn r r.i.
loedliTerenoe howaeyere, or hoy Ioo Iha dlaean m.,'
exlated.
remedy.
mvmcku . vvivurauja juuiuneot I.
a oer
Tbonaanda of hamaa belnn have hm nr. .,1
su miasry oy in eae of UiW mraloable med-
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OILS
LINIMENT
relieve cala almoet Inatantananntis an i,
"i pomy ana neai ine rouieit aorei in aa incredl
auurt tune.
For Horses and Other Aniniali.
McLean . celebrated Liniment la tlia Anlw Mf. .n4 mm.
nnneay lorineenreor Bparin, King llone, Wind
npiinia, unnatural Bump., Node, or Swelling. Ii
vilinerer fall to care Bis; Head. Poll Evil, tiini. nu
gone or Sweeny, If properly applied. Foi
Brniaes, Bora tehee, gore or Wound, Cracked
viwn, oauuie oruoiiaruall.lt u an inrajliblt
nnniv u aj uirected. and a cure laaeruin i.
In.tanoe.
trifle no longer with the many worthleae Lini
offertd to yon. Obtain a .apply of fir. McLean 'i
Liniment. It will cure you. -
J. II. BI CLEAN. Rola Pronrlabir.
Corner of Third and Pise Street, St. Loul., lio.
sal by all dreggl.t.
aait by ....-. B0BIBT8 k. . AMTBL,
, .,, , .Oolambu. Ohio.
jCAUALIa.Il &TJUTIED STATES KAIL
STEAMERS!
vr TO ANJl FKOin J - !
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jjiverpooi, luontreai, yueDeo,
EaTiavtr "sronix.
Montreal Ocean Steamship 'Company' Ant-class
' 1,
iul.powered Olyde-ballt Steamer, call ererw Nat.
from PORTLAND, carrying the Oanadianand
State Mail and passengers.
NOKWBOIAlf, u NORTH AsnEMOAN,
BOHEMIAN, : -I, . ANGLO-SAXON,
NORTH BRITON, ' HIBERNIAN, i
CANADIAN, MOT A gCOIIAK.
Cheapeat andaalckcatCon
veyanee irom , ..
AMERICA TO ALL PASTS 0T ETBOFS.
Rates ot Paeeaee to Europe,
, S30, SW, 80.
aall from LIVERPOOL every Wedneeday,
from QUBRE0 every haturday, calling at
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and lat.d AUilsand
I'assengere. to and tram, Ireland and Scotland
r-These Bteaanera are built of Iron. In water-tlirht
compartmente, carry each an experienced Singeon, and
attenttoa is paid to the com'ort and aooommoda
of na.senEer.. Aa they nroceed direct to I JIN HON. I
the gieat risk snd delay of calling at 8t. John',
avoiuea.
uia.gow panengers are rurnisned with rait laataeeH
to and from Londonderry. . . . H
Re'um tlcke'. granted at reduced rate..
Oertlfloatee laioed for carrying to and hrlngrniout nas-
from all the principal town ef Oreat Britain and
at re-iuced rats, by this line of steamers, and
WASHINGTON LINB OF BAILING PACKETS
Uverpeel every week.u . .
Drafle for l anal epwards pay
oi an casasaaasai srwiaaaay aeoi
" .;i . vi;. land or ttalee. ..
paange. apply at the Office 83 Bit O AC
Now lerk, and 19 WaTEK ST..
- BABEL ft BEASLE, General Agests,
w-f' -1 J. R. ARMSTRONC,
: ' . post 0u.ce.0olumbae.Ohlo.
Baltimore Clothing Honse.
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' WaworaOTtRns ami WBOliaaXS NaUUM
ABY-MADE CLOTHING,
Baltimore-street,
; (btwbe uSkxTT Jiaa woward,)
a t :'; r I t ("Aajanavsaas, grao.,
I. -..i) IK ' 1 'I I I Ii H I I
Largs assettmsnt of Plsce 'snrJ rurnlshlng
Goods Constantly en Hand' o i
Ool20dly - - - -
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SUN D HIES-
FABINA. '',""'' ' TAPIOCOs
Sage - . - Arrow Boot, ,
Kice Flour Scotch Oat Meat
Pearl Barley-- Split Pea '
.Cracked Wheat M OT Chnceiete i t
voco , , . , j- , jtroma,B34
Cream Tartar, ' Soda
Tig Prune
Seedless Detains Fresh Tomatoes
Peache Green Corn
fresh Cenn'd Fruit of every deoriptln;
Jellies ot ell kinds;
Flavoring Extract, or all kiri
dun Drops; Mtxtd Oudfei;
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An experienced Nans and female Physician, pretente
... to the attention df uothera, her
SOOT II I N O S VRUP,
FOR CHILDREN ..TEETHING,
which graaUy faallltatae toepraeaea of teething, by ort
ening the gum.,' ndnelng all Inflammation wll 1 allay
Alii, y aim ana tpaemodie acuoa, ana ta
SVHBTOUEGTJfaTETnE BOWEL..
Depend apes It, ndthen. llwUl aire rat to yoanelves
and " ...---
BELIEF AND EXAXTH TO TOVB DIFAV1I.
We hare pat ap and aold thla article for over ten yean,
and CAN BAY, IN OONflDgNCM ANP TftOTH, of It,
what we have aevwr been able to eay of any other medl
sine NBVKB HAS IT FAILKD, 1H A SINOL1 INHT'
ANOI, IO SrfBOT A OURM, when timely oard. NeT
er did we know an inatanoa of dliaatlafaeUon by any one
who need It. On tbe eontrary, all are delighted with Its
operadona, and .peak la terms of oommondaUon of IIS
magical enecu ano medical virtue.. We apeak in thla
matter WHAT Wl DO KWOW;" after ton yeara expe
rience AND PLBDOH OUB BBPUTAT ION VOBTlil
rUULLatUNT Of WHAT WB UBBB DBCLABB. In
almoet every IntUnce where the Infant 1. .uttering from
pain ana- exhaustion, relief will be found In fifteen or
twenty mlnutee after thesyrup (e admlnlatered.
Tbla Talnable preparation I. the preaorlptlon of on or
the moot BXPBKIBNOBDand BKiLLVlL NCBBS In
New Bn.land. and haa bees need Wltn it
CNQ BCC0E8S In .
it ..inni. niimi iha ehlld from pain, oat lnvUror-
atoe the atomacb and bowel., correct, acidity, and gire.
tone and energy to the whole rj.tem. It will almo.1 Id
"ne and energy
QXlTiM IS TEX BOWELS, AKD WIND COLIO
"and overcome eonvnieiona, wnlch.W not apeedlly rem
Idled, end Ineeath. we neiiere ii u . .uu
IBbT BBMBDY IN THB WOKt.D, In all owe. ofofd
'BNTBaY and DIABBUffiA IN CBILDBBM, whethei
it ariK. from teething, or from any other eauee. W
wonld aay to evenr moinar wno icu . J""
an of thefoiegoftgeomp .Int. DO NOT LIST VOUH
any or vie .wi.R""ja n..,niiiu,n,.iiiiviiL
PBBJUDIOBS NU " ii a X -
. y - --reen roe ana four .uaonug vuiu.uu -."
.- , - -TlZs-jM. ABSOLU rBLf Bl!BB-fl
--'e. U timely saed. fall dV
rfa bottle. None
esUMBj
etaua m,.
that wilt h. .
follow the uae of ihi.
rectlon. for mln in
Bold by all Drual.u ih.tJ-Z A.. . .
... . wona.
rLTTciSSiSS
Mt0j7tA-1. r..
PE0P. WOOD'S
II7B COSDMF.
blood timhito
la pnclaely what IU name Indicate., for whll.i
Q
Inower.. . .. Th- ?J. Vital
aH'iKu.atlUB ana irameilUetlai. a. .
d iwawMan,r:.,7.!,7"-. ''
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Jpr.par.UOB ever offarei t, tOT,,,t.to 'b .
cany and tkllirully eomnino e to be the m.t:
werfu tonlfc Md at lb. aae time oerfu,
.daptcd to. a. to act In per'ec- accordance with th
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tomacA. aid tone up the dintatiy. niTj
thus allay alt ntrron. and other Irritation 'it 1 1
ectly exhilarating, and at the aam iim. i.
Aompoaed ei tirelj of vegetable, yet ao combined
to produce the moit thorough tonic effect, wlth-
, , - -titwnw, cucu
iVre"'f5?' ' " ,elt 10 doalderatom lo
m"i.i wur.u, iur Deco. no medical skill to
thatdebillty follows alt attack, of disease, and
proceed, and lodeed lava the ..i.n .u.l
A'lcaidiouaauacaa of many of the moat fatal, auch.
aame louowing: Uonsumutlon, In
M marlnn. DhmmU. Jxmm t A ....
I....... ....w,.,,.,,....!.!)!. rnipiiaiion oi me
Ueart, afelanoboly, Night Sweat.. Languor, Oiddi
b'loeaB, BetenUon of, aa well a. Palnlnl obstructed
p'.oluse. or too .cant alen.trnatton, aud Fall
a c f th Womb. These all depeid upon general
debility Thit pure, healthy, ionic Cordial and
ioc a Kenovaior Ii assure to care a. the eun to
rise and act. There Is no mistake about It. Bin
hie 1. not .11. If the .istem ia weakened, wa ...!
pen to bilious attacks, the liver becomes torpid, u
r worse diseased, tbe kldneta rfuu tn H
their rnncilon., and we ara tronl,i.,i with n.iriin.'k
inconlioenoa df arine. or invninm.. a,. I
charge of the eame, palo la th hack. .Ida aod be. A
tween th shoulders, exceedin.lv li.hi. m .ii.k.'I 1
Icold.. cough,nd If unchecked, aoon emaciation!
rollowt, aod the patient goeadown to a premature
grave. But apace will not allow n. to eaomerale T
many IIU to which wa are liable In a w..k.i U
condition of the system. But we will ear, in this
uuruiai auu oiooa neoovatcr you hare a perfect,
pleasant and effectual remedy for loa. of
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Appetite, Hllloosneaa. Flatulence, weak and tick
vomecn, ungnor, x.iyer Complaint. Chill, and
fever, or aoy Bilious attack, Cosilveness, Acidity
the Stomach, Nervousneaa, Neuralgia, Pelpita-,,
of the Heart, reaaion of Spirit. Bores. M
fimplea on th Fact or any disuse arising from all
impure blood, inch aa Scrofula, Bryaipelaa, Bron I
hitia. Cough, difficulty of Breath ice. and all inat . .
Xlaaa of disease called female weakness, aad M
enumerated above. We will also say the traveler CI
exposed to epidemic, change of climate and wat-l
will And It i pleasant, sale and aura remedy, U
none ahou.J ever travel without. Beader. su
It. for we aiaura vou von will And In it a fri.nrf
lodeed, a. well aa a friend In need. All peraonaof
aweniarT nasi is will nnn tc a ue rases nreyent Ive nfl
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well as cure for those ailment, to which they aiel
vicuianj expoeeu. uence minuters,student,st
torney., Ilierarv aintlemen Jisd ladlea who ara not
accustomed to much ouidoor exeicise, will flad II
their advantage to keep a bottle eonstaotiy en
and, above all. mother, or theae hecomlno
will go through that moat dangaren period
4
oniy ww ail tneir aoensumea atrecgin, bo
and free from tbe thousand allmenle ao prey
among the female portion of Uie world. It,
! is indeed a mother', cordial. Try it. old
joung; no longer run tne tux ol delay; it will
relieve and prove itaelf emphatically a Jietlora
Cardial and Blood Rnorator.
0
O. J . WOOD , proprietor, 444 Broadway, New
and 114 Marke t Street, Bt. Louis, Mo., anil
by KOBXBTS fc SAMUEL, Columbus, Ohio,
all good Druggists, Vrloa On Dollti
Bottle. . march 28-4. weowly !
SI
NEWARK .MACHINE WORKS,
: NEWARK OHIO, - ' -.
TlannfAclnrer. of all silads'or Por.
table and Hsatlonary Mteana En
ir. laiee, aag witiis, urlat mill.,
fcc.t VCa
BODLSi Beatrnt O. . MiAJTD TBealenl
J. B DUVAll Btrfmltl OOLViTBCS
MACWXXCO BtatmllU BBUDIORD
t. CO. BeatmtttU
Our Portable Eaglns and Siw Kill
awarded th. first pranluaa ot aso at the Indiana .
Pair for 160 over Lane tBodlcy'a on- secopntof
lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior character of ' lumber aawexl.
Btattanary Engine was awarded at the same Fair
flrat premlem of SM-. -
Portable Engine waa a wanua tne nrai premiae, or
at the Fair a Memphis, Tenn., over Blandy'a Da
jvall'a, Columlm. Machine Co'.., and Bradford A Co'.,
committee of practical Railroad Engineer.
price and term aaaeea - . ;
, ; a will ana waJUiaav ireasarer,
, -.. Newara,ouio.
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EAGLE BRASS" WORKS,
Corner Nprlae; c Water Bjta., ,
o ltxxrxlDViJBr, Olxlo.
WaB POTTO Cc CO.,
TUT A OEEQerXOTgO.
lUnulacturer of Bra, and Ooaaposltlo. CasUngv,
riDisned nraaa nvrx 01 au iieecnpieons.
Electro Plating and Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTING, AC.
Hl-dly
NTB P. A OKBTS TO S K I, I,
paokage of 8TATI0NBBY and JEWELRY, at
i.
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