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WEDNESDAY MORNING, J ONE fi, 1661.
The Adams Ezpreea Company places as dally
under obligations to It for tbe Terr latest papers
from tbe eastern cities. -
Tbe American Express Company has our
thanks for Its dally favors in tbe ebapeofthe
Tory talent eastern papers. ;
TaiouTi or Rkbmct. On tbe announcement
on Monday of tbe decease of Senator Douglas,
Col. Morton, commanding at Camp Ooddard.l
issued an order assembling the Nineteenth and
Twentieth Regiments at
tbe center parade!
ground, at which nlaoe i
a funeral dira-e wai
n!il h T.vnan. n..j ,u. t,. .
Reelment. Suilable .doW. ZTu
J. VV. F,.. a ...t. I. W iLZl YA
by Major L.m,,o,, of fh. TwenUeth Regtaent,
recounting tne many virtues, the marked bIU -
statesman The field Officer, of the two Regl-
-r-.r-..,... cto oi
regret aUhe nat on'a rreaarahU In... , , .
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POSITIONS 0 IBB Ohio Taoor..Th fnlln.In.
. ... ..
appear to be the positions of the several Ohio
negimcnts, at tbe present t me. The 1st and
2d Regiment, are near Washington. Eleven
Regiment, from the 3d to the 13th inolusIve.
vre at Camp Dennlson. The 14th, Col. Stmd-
-a., is near Grafton; 15. Col. Andws, be-
!!.GraTf .D! " ' 0l: C'mP Andw-
uu, Bucasier: loin. UOl. HTaNLir. Camn
Union, Parkerebnrg; 19th, Col.
BEATTT, eight I
. .t P.amn rin,! . rr. Ml . - I
r uin.nu, Aiuesriiie, two I
companies at Camp Jefferson, Bellair: 20th. I
Col. Morton, Zinesvllle: 21st. Col. Noaron
Gallioolis: 22d. Col. Gil-o...
a v , - uvaj0
Pains or Sdbsistincc Storm. The prices at I
wbicn contractors are to furnish subsistence
.tore, for the camps at Zinesville and Lancas
ter, are as follows:
Mess Pork, per bbl, $10 5016 90; , Hard
bread, per .ample, per ponnd, 3(340 j New
Candles, 10Kllc, Hard Soap, 44c.Vin..
Rio Coffee, roasted and ground, 16o.
luriOl. KitLr, commander of the Virginia
time since to take command of the Retriment. I
journal, In the band, of the new publisher.,
volunteers, who was killed at the taking of the
rebel camp at Phi.l.ppi, twenty mile.'e.st of
Grafton, on Monday night, resided in Wheeling
some year, since. He was recently the Agent the
ot the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at Pb.la- A.
delphla.but relinquished that position a short
M n n itt ,
Messrs. t. White & Co., of this city, be- "on
with every lesuo, more and more practi.
cal and valuable. We are ereatlv nleased with
th. T,m rnmK. -wi ji.
theJune number, now before ns, and heartily
commend the Monthly to the patronage of teach I
ers sna parent.. Tbe price is only one dollar
Thi State Laws. We have received from
the State Printer, Richabd Nivins, Esq., a vol
nme containing the act. of a general nature
and the local law. and joint resolution, passed
at the last session of our State Legislature.
The volume is handsomely printed and well
bound. It is a credit to the State, a. well a. to I
tbe printer. I
rrrn. .n nfflpioi d. A;n,.nrai
r-n..i r t.,i.. -i...i..j u.. l I
General, Camp Taylor at Cleveland ha. been
discontinned. The Ravenna Artillery Com pa-
ny, Capt. Cottii, has been ordered home, but
directed to hold themselves in readinees to march
at a moment's notice.
BT The Montgomery Regiment held an elec-
tion for field officer, at Camp Dennlson on I
Monday, with the following resnlt: For Col
onel, Wat. H. Lytli; for Lieutenant Colonel,
H. Koarr; for Major, J. W. Bran.
O" Tbe Grand Jury in tbe (J. S. Court at
Indianapolis have returned eleven indictment,
it the present term. They are all for counter
felting and violation, of the mail.
ITT David Gilbut, a volunteer in Capt
Nichols Company, from Allentown, Allen
county, died at the Stacey House, Zanesville,
on Sunday evening.
UTThe Commencement Exercise, of Either
Institute will take place to morrow (Thursday)
morning, beginning at 9 o'clock. Hon. S. S.
Cox will deliver tbe address.
ETTbe Third Regiment, Col. Mitaow, were I
out on parade at Camp Dennlson, oa Monday af
ternoon, in their new fatigue uniforms, and
made a very oreditable appearance. . .
"Three companies of volunteer., one from
Ashtabula. one from Stark, and ope from Car
roll county, yesterday, went into quarter, at
Camp Jackson. .,,;
ITFive car load, of United State, troop.
passed through this city yesterday, from Car
lisle Barracks, Pa., tn rents for New Mexico.
ITT With few exception., the growing wheat
crop promise, to be abundant all over the State
' Mil'! - ' ' ! .
- . HaJIBoad Tim Table). .
L ITT Li Hunt k OuoiiBDi It Xama B. B.
Olnolnnatl Aooommodatlorl. 5:00 A. U. " :0S P. M.
" : Xiprtaj.. .11:5 A. M. " , 11 03 At M.
Mall AoeotamodaUon 1:30 t. M. 8 MP, M,
Nightlxpnat via Dajton. 18:09 mldalfht. ISO A. M.
JHO. W. DuHtllTT, Ag.nt. i
Ooidmbus k Ouvaxain) B. R. J
Nlihtlxnnai .......3:40 A.M. ' 11:45P.M.
New TorkSzpna 11:10 A.M. 11:10 A.M.
Mall and Accommodation.. 3:S0 P. M. - 9:10 P. M.
Jans Parmiox, Agent.
CBmuuOtno B. B. ! 1 ' ' '" '"'
No. llxpreil.'... ....... 3:30 A. M. ' 11:39 A. V.
No. 8 do 11:18 A. M." 11:45 P. M.
No. --lrr....r. 8:10 P. Hi i.'M,
.,-..'-! 1. Jell, Agent,
PrmanaH, Ooumatii It OucunuTi B. B. ,
Mall Train 3 80 A. M. 11:38 A. M.
Ezpreaa Xratak.'...ki.,.(..Mn:iB A. M. 11:4S P. M
Jos. Boimtoit, Agent.
OOIDKBDS fc XirauwoMLtl. R.'b
CoLomoa rmuA St Ikduk B. a,
No. 1 Exp real 6:30 A. M, SSS P. M.
No. " ... 8:80 P. M.' ; :SO P. M.
Accommodation . io:so A. M.
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Wc BttiK that wi do. Know. In our edito
rial capacity we are sometime, called' upon to
notice article., the desirable qualities of which
are alone known to us through the testimony of
ofWij but in Introducing to our reader. "Ken
nedy'. Medical Discovery," such i not thecal.
Personal observation permits us to, speak with
the greatest confidence in regard to thi. popular
medicine. . A member of onr own family was
cured of a most aggravated case of Tic Doulou
reux of some twenty yean standing. In add!
tlon to this, w e have perused the certificate, of
many of the moat eiteemsd oltuen. of the State
who ha ve been cored of various disease, more or
let. connected with humor., i We are convinced,
a tv. .-kit .1.. aa... "
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LOCAL MATTERS. TELEGRAPHIC!
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
Dispatches from Washington.
WASHINGTON, June 3.
[Special to the Tribune.]
"linTiS j T j 7C v. . 7
.0meD'd win be oomjianded by Colonel
Clellan and Patterson to retreat, or be cut off
Sy"!,?,: JSKa.'K.-fr SU?rbl
intrenebment. on Arlington Height.. nd.t
mJl! Me redy at U PlnW' 'g"ntand mittee,
An officer stationed at Hampton, who reach
ed Washington to-day, says the Federal forces
la that vicinity are perfectly secure in their
position; baring complete information regard'
inr tbe enemy every day, from volunteer ne
groes, who flock Into camp, some coming even
me distance irom iobhiwo, ,
To-morrow there will be a reconnolMan in.
ward Yorktown, wbere it Is believed tbe enemy
are not In foroe.
Hawaii's Point battery serves to amuse and
returned to Baltlmnm
lie is Instructed by Secretary
ft . " ii
Cameron to arrest an persons
the Government, and seise all arms and ammn.
"on !? H ".
oie fnertruotronBrhold bimieif auntatU
toe war department oaiy.
wtisfactory Interview with (Secretary Cameron
.nd b Th. f ih.u .1.1.
k r r i. v wJkJ.j ti f ,1
obtain arms lor the Kentucky brigade, which is
eomnnun nf th. let and 2d reelmenta. nnmk.
I.V.A f mVi iT TiT k tJ Ln V,
1!? .JnUA hpiiin? ISS'l.t!! '..'j
Uoooutrem.nts, and that order, were issued to
001 Ghrie to report at Col. Anderson's head-
Z Can? SI a" H?w"M
ability a collision would ensue at the outset be-
"--v .u vuwci ue.
tail at r.ni,l.ill tliA , H.n.r.l ..1.-J
..V l . if , i .a , f
"ion snau oe sustained, sirs we can aena vou
twenty thousand men In three days."
Capt. Cahill also .ays that Col. Anderson was
" w,6en 6? ,e" Kentucky
He confirm, the assertion made bv Etheridtre. I
that eight in every ten in Louisville ar, ufo
.ay. there are many there professing loyal-
who are really secretly conniving with the
reoeis, as in Baltimore. 4 . '. i
Tbe Speakership of the next House will nroba
be given to Grow, of Pennsylvania, or Blair,
The State Department will
be draped In
mou,D ,De tD' la mem"y '
Trnstwortgy intelligence 1. 1, the effect that
.ituation, that the Harper'. Ferry troops are on
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the co-operating movements of Gen'.. Mc-
[Dispatch to the World.]
o"-- "'.Bwig miuiLua- buu
to this effect, several Regiments are under that,
mrohing orders in the oity. Some 3,000 troops
tnre who ,hT,lntrobment. thrown up the
There can be but Utile doubt that a move-
, v7 raiiruau iron, irom rails torn I
from the Orange and Alexandria R. R. A
distance this side of Manassas there are
. nv ku k.taiueui iu new
York paper to-day that Fairfax I. oooopled by
rsaerai troops. ,'
[Herald's Washington Dispatch.]
It is not Improbable that a forward movement
take place during tbe next 45 hours. The
move will be upon Fairfax Court HooBe.
Three Regiments probably the Fire Zouaves,
Michigan Regiment and tbe 5th Massachu
setts, will form tbe advancing column, to be
supported in case of necessity bv the entire re
maining force on the Virginia side, the number
iinugui oi which win oe increased oy sere
regiment, on this side, that have received
order, to hold themselves in readiness, and are
,In.ct,d . croM ,hfl . - B,U. " ,
The railroad and telegraph between that point
Alexandria will be put in working order.
ueu. mu.iAjweu uoee not expect tne rebels
make a stand at tbe Court House. He is
H Ia h.VA vetnaivmA nia ! , t . ln..li;... . J..
the rebel, there had received orders not to
any resistance, in case the Federal trooos
should advance, but to fall back on Mannassas
Junotion. ...... -,. r
Gen. James, proprietor of the celebrated
rifled cannon, proposed, several week, since, to
one or more of hi. hundred pound .hot and
Instruments down the Potomae, and silence
the batteries that could be discovered on
Potomac or Chesapeake bay; but the propo
sition was refused. The proposal was made
again to-day, when the Secretary of the Navy
accepted it. The General ba. left for New
York, to execute his pledge.. . i
A gentleman employed by the Government to
Harper'. Ferry, Point of Rock., and stir
rounding country, to ascertain, a. nearly a. pos
eible, tbe number of troops, strength and posi
tion of the fortifications, and number of batteries
those points, has just returned and made his
report to the Government, bringing with him a
of tbe country. He was arrested Immediately
arriving at the Point of Rocks, and was held
prisoner about du hour.. He played the seces
dodge on them, and proved sound to their
entire satisfaction at the Point of Rocks. 32.
pound batteries are erected on the Virginia aide.
tbe Maryland side there were ISO men sta
tioned a. picket guards,, where they, were just
erecting batteries. The guards took him from
there to Harper'. Ferry, wbere he was detained
some time. Here he ascertained, through
several of the soldier., tbe number and names
tbe regiments. There are fourteen full regi
ment, at Harper'. Ferry and the Point of Rocks.
There seemed to be plenty of arms. He saw
them open boxes, ana at once arm those who
badjust arrived. At Harper'. Ferry they have
large number of heavy batteries planted on all
Idea, and were busily engaged in constructing
others at all available points where they could
effectually n.ed. - , .' , . . . .; ,
[Herald's Correspondence.] [Special to the N. Y. Commercial.]
WASHINGTON, June 4.
The oath of allegiance was administered yes
terday to tbe employee, of the Navy Yard.
Three person, refused to take it, and, were Im
mediately discharged. ;Vo h 1J
-Tbe army is undergoing a thorough reorgani
sation. All junior officer, in the service will.be
promoted. . About 800 commission, for officers
new regiment, are being made out, and will
lent In lor confirmation at the en.uing ses
sion of the Senate. New appointee, will fill
nlaces of promoted officers. ' J '
Lieut. Col. Farnham ha. been aDDointed Col
onel of the New York Fire Zjuavee, in placa of
late Ellsworth. . . ' '
600 men are at work to-day, extending the
railroad track from the depot to the Long
Bridge. . '
A theological student in Richmond reports
100,000 men under arm. In Virginia; 30,000 of
them at Harper', rerry.
Ben MoLuiiouga wa. in Kiobmona. ,
It is believed the student was sent here tode
ceive tbe Government by an exaggerating re
porter tbe strength of tbe rebel.
[Special to the Commercial Advertiser.]
Contrarv to exoectatlon.' no movement wa.
made on Fairfax last nlghu " " i
r- . . . . tit t. -
or odviou. reasons, were win uo ooreuawu
of the action at Aqula Creek at present. When
Gen. Bcott la Mad, tha nlaoa will be carried.
The Pawnee lies off tbe Creek, and will see that
no more oatterie. are erected.
Gen. Butler has rrn,1 tn nnt In tn r ao.
n'M.'.r.my. bliehment, preferring to return
to olvll life when the wr la a..A ;.
High mUlUry authority states there will not
ot any torwara movement of oat troop, for
ui. Lander ba. offered bit ativioet- to Gan.
MoCleUan.r r.''Vi r v r r i
It it aacerUlned, by careful inspection of
projtotUea used bv the rebel.' at Aqula Creek,
that the art pnllkt any in common use; and
I beliered that their cannon and projectiles
from Europe. But bow and when the
uieiu is iae question.
[Special to the Post.]
It la reported that there are clerks still retain
ea in tbe Treasury Department who lately re
fused to take the oath of allegiance.
WASHINGTON, June 4.
report the troons near Cincinnati
are ordered to Louisville as the Kentucky Bri
gade is without foundation.
A battalion Of District Volunteers left to-day.
taxing ten days' provisions. Thev went to
wards the chain bridge, above Georgetown.
Other troops move to night in other directions.
LOUISVILLE, June 4.
The New Orleans Picayune of tbe 31st ule.
says the Brooklyn captured tbe bark H. J.
Shearing, from Rio Janeiro to New Orleaoa,
with $120,000 worth of coffee, sent to Kev
Tha New Orleans anthnritlM r nrr,1rrl
respecting the disposal of free negroes captured
The Picayune of the let inst. say. the steam
J0,nf retI Way m LUtM "
The Powhattan cantnred th Mp rilnfn
Gen T-iiron han hiAn nnt In nnmm.nri r
...V.en Tw'tfB "as been put In command of tbe
M1"tary Department or Louisiana.
The MontBomv Poir of th li.t nit ....
A0?, MnW,n,7 f ot tne Jlat ulc., says
portion oi tne liomeaerate troops nave been
ordered away from Peneacola.. There Is little
ProePe of nghtat present..,-., .,,
Kn,on fl8 conatantly raising amid great
Flag'.'e flying at half mast to day, in eon
sequence of. the demise of Douglas.
P'l"en.den JD8.eD., t0 tu? .Congr-
Provl6ion.,gdaJ and night, were going bj
irairana to Nhnnird . IK m .nmk ..r
i.oui.viiie, on tbe L and JN. it. K tbence to
oesent by rail South, if and when tranamiiulnn
Louisville South shall be interdioted.
Tbe Jouraol is informed that there ar 2 SflO
soldier, at Camp Trueadale, near Richland, two
5. ".L " Z"
Twelve well attended Tin ion mAatincra warm
privately at Nashville on Saturdav. not
withstanding the suppression of Union senti
ment there by the secessionists.
Thfl Rlnhmnni. P.nmi'.M .... it,... ABA p
unemployed negroes there. Manual labor
ccont of failing health.
CHICAGO, June 4.
B.itlrfd.3 L."1Ja mitt-M'
ECo!? rAI a Hg9 Ri
performed the delicate dutv of commu-
buu uiiDi AuuiaBf tut) mule 01 waiOQ was
in due appreciation of the spontaneous ex
comes, pression. of the wishes of the people ol Illinois,
remains of the illustrious dead should be
nieating to the family the wishes of the com
. . i n r.
reported the result: that an affecting in-
interred la ibis otate. . The widow baa yielded
pain, not with reluctance. It was her oe-
that hi. remains should be interred at Cot-
wrove, nearjtne L,ae anore wbere sbe could
permi.vcu iu reaiue, iu tne immediate Vicinl-
No more appropriate place could be select
There is already a monument there, erect-
himself, of endoriDg honor, in tbe mag-
"fiot Institution of learning founded bv his
uoerautj. iue report was accepted, and a
meeting was immediately held to make tbe ne
cessary arrangements for the funeral, which will
probably take place on Friday. ,
The funeral of Senator Douglas will take
at 10 o'clock on Friday next.
The Tribune Cairo correspondence says the
secessionists have 5,000 troops at Union City,
Tennessee, another regiment having arrived on
Ten thousand are between Memphis and
Beauregard was expected at Union City on
The Chicago TVioune of this morning declares
favor of a Douglas Democrat for the vacancy
tha U. S, Senate, and urges Gov. Yates to
such a .election. It says it becomes Re
publican, now to prove their faith in the unan
imity of the North, by this recognition of natrl
and fidelity to the Union of former an
D. roller, member of the Legislature from
Williamson county, has been arrested at Car-
bocdale, for treason, by order of Gen. Prentiss.
will be sent to Springfield for trial. It is
believed ample evidence exist, that be is a lead
Sickness Among the Rebels—Harper's
Ferry Probably Evacuated.
CHAMBERSBURG, June 4.
A person from Sharpsburg, Maryland, states
that tbe rebels have sent over 500 siok back to
Winchester, the disease being small pox and
The general belief is that Harper'! Ferrv has
been evacuated by the secession troops, tbe evi
dence being tne loading ot cars. ,
ALEXANDRIA, June 3.
A. toon as Fairfax is occupied, the railroad
from Alexandria to that point will be nut in
running order, and troops for the attack on
manassas junotionwui oe transported from
here. ' The arrangement, for the - immediate
repair of the Road are all completed, and
tbe work can be done in two days.
ALEXANDRIA, June 4.
Affair, quiet, except a picket shot at on Ham-
ton Creek. . , . , .',
Laborer, art constantly working at fortifica
tions at Alexandria, supervised by Lieut. Sny
der, late of Fort Sumter. ' ,
In Tennessee the people are arming in ex
pectation of border warfare.
The Confederate picket, art stationed all
along the Potomac. . . . .
A Union man of Berkeley county was shot as a
spy on Saturday,
II tbe grand army moves forward, formidable
opposition is expected at Manassas Junotion.
It is indispensable to the rebels to bold this
point; as their only connection with Harper's
Ferry and Richmond, exoept a difficult one via
CHAMBERSBURG, June 4.
Tbe secessionist! of Allegheny. Frederlokland
Washington counties, Md., nominated Col.
Bchly lor UODgresa. . r t
Tbe mail was seized br the secessionists at
Martineburg, yesterday. , , .
Tbe secession commander ODnoslte Williams-
port offered to the Union Home Guard to with
draw nu pickets irom Dota sides or tne river
borders, pledging bis honor not to attempt', to
carry off the ferry boat, v -. t , ,
During tbe Debt on Saturday, one Vircinian
was killed and one wounded.
Thirty Union men from Bekeley Co., arrived
at Williamsport, to aroid impressment. :
LOUISVILLE, June 4.
1.500 from tbe Government oame
aoroes the Ohio river to-day, and were distrib
uted bere. . , . , .
The Atlanta InttlUaetieet. of the 1st Inst..
learns that 3,500" troops left Fensacola for Rich
U. S. ofoneller Union and flaa ship Mioneso
ta were off tbe Bavapoab harbori on tbo 30th
PHILADELPHIA, June 4.
The Aaorat eorpui oase of the bridge burners
name no before Judge Cadwallader. Mr. Uor
tonrone of the counsel.stated tbe prisoners had
been discharged Dy O.aer ot tne war uepati
ment. jno Interest was tacen in tne case.
BALTIMORE, June 3.
; The steaming Yankee left for Norfolk this
morning, with a flag of truoe. Heavy Bring
from 8effalr Point wa heard as sne passea.
BALTIMORE, June 3. Proclamation of the Major General
HEADQUARTERS MISSOURI STATE GUARDS,
HEADQUARTERS MISSOURI STATE GUARDS, Jefferson City, June 4, 1861.
To th Btigtdiet General commanding th seenol
Jtilitaty DUtiieU tnttiuemi. - -
To correct misrepresentations and nrevent all
misunderstanding of my opinion, and intentions
In rafarADoa to the military trutt Confided tn n,.
by tbe Governor ot Missouri, i aesire to state to
you, ana to tne people generally, my past and
present position as a private citizen and a mem.
bar of our Statt Convention.
: Aa a military commander, my influence U.
been exerted to prevent tbe trtn ifit of tbe seat
of war from the Atlantio States to our own State.
Having taken no step, toward, dissolving nn.
connection with the Federal Government, there
waa no reason whatever lor disturbing the neace
ana tranquility oi miBnuun.
1 hRTA therefore desired, and euch. I am an
tborized to say, has' been and still is the desire
of tbe Chief Executive, unuer wnose orders I
have acted, that the people or Missouri should
exercise the right to cboose tneir own position
in anv contest wblcb mignt oe rorcea noon them.
unaided by any military force whatever. Their
right to bear arm. In defense of themselves
and of tbe State cannot oe questioned, sacred as
it is by both the Constitution of tbe United
States and of this State.
For the purpose, therefore, of securing to tbe
people ot Missouri tne iree exercise oi tneir un
doubted rights, and with a view to preserve
peace and order throughout tne state, an aeree.
meot was entered into between Gen. Harney and
mysell, which I consider aiiaenonoraoie to both
parties and the governments represented. The
Federal Government, however, has thought
proper to remove uen. narney irom tne com.
mana oi tne department oi iue est; out as
tbe suocessorof Harney will certainly consider
nimaeli and bis government in nonor bound to
carry out this agreement in good faith. I feel
assured that bis removal should give no oause
uneasiness to our citizens for the security of
tneir UDerties ana property, i mtena on my
part to adhere to it. both in its spirit and to th
Tbe rumors in circulation, that it is the In.
tention of the officer now In command of this
uepartment to disarm those of our citizens whn
not agree In opinion with the Administration
Washington, and put arms in the bands of
those who, in tome localities of this State, are
supposed to sympathize with tbe views of tbe
Federal Government, are, I trust, unfounded.
Tbe purpose of such a movement could not be
misunderstood. It would not only be a palpable
violation of the agreement referred to, and an
equally plain violation of our constitutional
rights, but a gross indignity to tbe citizens of
State, which would be resisted to the last
My best wish and hope Is, that the people of
State of Missouri be permitted, in neace
security, to decide upon their future couse;
so far as my ability. can effect Jit, it, this
object shall be accomplished.
Tbe people of Missouri cannot be forced,
under the terror, of a .military invasion, into
position not of thebffree choice. A million
suoh people as the citizens of Missouri were
yet subjugated. If attempted, let no ap
prehensions be entertained of the result,
I enjoin yon, gentlemen, to see that all citi
zens, or whatever opinions in politics or
be protected in their and
Major Gen. Commanding
CINCINNATI, June 4.
Col. Kelly, wounded in tbe Pbillippi action,
not dead, as reported last night. He was
severely wounded in the breast, bnt tbe bail bas
extracted, and there are hopes of his recovery.
FRANKFORT, KY., June 4.
The Border State Convention adjourned yes
t erday, sine die, after adopting National and
THREE DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE.
NEW YORK, June 4.
The Hibernian left Llveroool on tbe evenins?
of tbe S3d, and Londonderry on the evening; of
tne xaiti, ana amvea at farther rolnt at 9.-3U
this P. M.
Parliament waa to re assemble on the even
ing of the 23J.
; Kossuth's Hungarian note case was being ar
gued in the Court of Chancery.
London underwriters have fixed war rates on
American vessels at 6(33 guineas.
Tbe London Pott, ministerial organ, says if
tne ministers are aeteatea on .Newgate s propo
sition, they will dissolve Parliament.
Tbe Time publishes tbe first part of a lengthy
communication on the causes of the American
war,and has a strong editorial on Seward's letter
to the American Ambassador to France, which
says sounds very much like inBult, and ridicules
his prophetical ideas.
The French Ambassador to London bad re
turned to Paris, and it is reported with instruc
tions of a conciliatory character.
In tbe Chamber of Deputies, tho opposition
proposed a material reduction In the budget.
The Council of State refused a modification.
A petition signed by 10,000 Romans to Napole
on, praying the withdrawal of French troops, has
been sent to Paris, notwithstanding the efforts
of the police to stop it.
In England the American question was
Clay's letter attracts considerable at
tention. Tbe rumor is reported that vessels were go
ing out of Liverpool for privateering.
LivERroot. Breadstuff very dull, with slight
declineon all descriptions. Richardson k Spence,
Wakefield, Nash and others report flour very
doll, and declined 6d.rjMs.; sales at 28s. (5531s. :
wheat dull, and declined la.Qs'za. per cwt. red
Western lis. 3d.12a. 9d.j white 12s. 6d.14i.
corn dull, and declined Cd.Ols. oer Quar
mixed 33j. 6d.33i. 9d.; yellow 33a 33s.
white Jos.mjoj. .Liverpool provisions
steady; various circulars report beef firm; pork
steady; bacon dull, and quotations barely main
tained; lard dull at 5255a.
Lonoon. Breadstuff! in little demand, with
declining tendency ; prices unchanged. Su
quiet. Coffee buoyant. Tea steady. Rice
heavy, money market unchanged. Consols
9191 for money; 9191 for accounts.
u. snares 4.t(!$4u discount, trie snares w
21; N. Y.C. 67.
From New York.
NEW YORK, June 4.
The Run boat R. R. Cujler was commission
yesterday, and sails to-day for tbe Gulf.
An article in tbe London 2 imes of tbe 'Xli,
Jeff. Davis' message, says: "Mr. Davis,
while making a studious display of moderation,
endeavoring to conciliate tbe good will of
European nations, is perfectly aware that
theories depend for acceptance on the rifles
his feliow-eitiaens. ..Tbe tribunal which de
cides questions of International law la ueaally
stern one it tne worm prevails, it win prove
the Union was a nationality. If the South
makes good its Independence, it will prove the
was a partnership during pleasure.
This is what is to be decided, and wo must await
The Timr thinks that great movements will
postponed tin tall.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, June 4.
FLOUft Receipts of 8,996 bbls; market sllehtlv favors
buyers: sales of 11,000 bbls at t,e&4M for superfine
atate: Uiwa la for extra stale; at am e roranner.
western; 4 95&i 85 for oommon to medium extra
western; 5409)3 w for shipping brands extra Bound
Ohio. Canada flour dull; sales 400 bbls at 5
liXA r uuu n DB3an nm i aa aja iu,.
WABAT Beeelpta of S85.874 busbeb: market heave
and l$3c. lower for oommon to Inferior grades; sales of
10O.OUO busneis aiicsiou ior unieago Bpln; Sjl UKjt
15 for Mil Olrnb; 1 18 for Can Club; 1 MoilM for
White Western, , ; . . .... , .
KYK-timet at orgjooo.
RARLSY Dull at 5505. ' " ''!',
CORN Receipts of 10 316 bush; tsarket without ma
terial change; males of 50,000 bush at 40346o for new
OATB Dull at 3.'ffiJM: for western. Canadian and
puhk uuu; aaies ior ysu ddis at rf io T5S17 00
for mess; ana ta.viu jiui vo tor prime. - -
BKKr nuiei. . . .
CUT MBATB Dull.
LARD Little firmer; sales of 130 bbls at 8 VitCVo
BUTTER In fair request, at 614e (or Ohio, and
quioo lorsuie. v
OHBBSK Steady at38o.
WHISKY Quiet at 116X. ,
COTTON Dull and nominal.
BTOCKS-DuU and rather lower: "Money and I
change nothing dilng ner worthy nf epecial note quo
UUonsanohaangedl Ohio. 4s B. I. S3Ml O. 4k I. UH;
0. O. O. W; Gal. Chl. 6c( U. O. terlp Hl
M. B. quoted M; Dal. tc Had. J for extra; N. T.
preferred 85: Xrta S3; Paolflo Mall
III. O. bondi 91; Bar. lit7:doSd W, Brie SdM;
3d TO; Cel. 7i78V; Mo. VtKHi Va. MM; Ky.
Ohio sSSBO; V- BV 6'a 81 reflaiaredei. . v. .
June 3, 1861.
fLOCR Inactive and dull. ... .,
WHBAT-.la of 11 can red on track at tl 08
R.400 bnibeie from itora at ammo: IJOO bnihala
tore at 1 107, and Icar whit on track. lbs market
oioaei aeary. '
00 RN Sales of 9,000 bniheli from store at 32c,
OATB Falei of 4 can on track at 85o, (and 8700 buib
suobi at aamo. ' . . -KYB-faleaat50o.
JOB Balea at 8 and 9o.
FKUIT8 Salae Of 3 bblt dried annla. at 3a. (nnnutri.
wi i o. ojt ana wo ior iota oi a lew narrei l
FOTATOltWAraln mod iMnllul .nil hllv.M aM a.
ferine' 84335e. according to analitv tha Liter nrirornr
BUTKBit Dull with aaleilna moderate way at k3
OHEB3K New Oheese li not fairly quotable flood
wat tv i. wuriucivva,
HIGH WIH Kg Balea of 100 bbls at 13)fc.
CINCINNATI, June 4.
FLOUR In th InarlcAt thera fa nnt finn!. anltlf
bat a qniet, small trade la siill doing la the finer quail
tiei. Price, are about aa lant nuniMl; ai 4(1 in a. u
for laperfloe; $4 65 to 4 80 for extra; and t4 80 to
00 for furnllr to choice.
WHIAT Waa offered mora lihsr.ll tn.rl. .n4
the demand wai light, the market wae heart at tha l..t
quoted flsarei, particalarlT for red. Millers were more
runny accommodated at voo, and sales were in iome in
lances maae oeiow inat Ugure.
vukn li itlli quoted at 30o, bnt la inactlre.
OAT Are quoted aa on Saturday, bnt are dull.
B ABLE Y la not a uot&ble.
HYE II In loms reaaeat at 50n- a.lp. ... mal
fiiruro. and So bigber,
WIlIaSY auotatloDi are kent at tlf .hnl nin
uru iu maag at mat ngura. vtn vom.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
PHILADELPHIA, May 4.
Floor Oulet. Whi.t ita.Hv .n.1 nni.hfr4
Coair dull-tales at 5So. Whuiy dull at 16K(S17e.
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Rheumatism, Goat and Neuralgia,
AND A SURE CURB FOB
All Mercurial Diseases.
la a conveniently arranged Band, eontalnina a med
compound, to be worn a round the Waist, without
to tha moit delicate person t; no cbania In habits
living is required, and It entirely removes the dls
from tbe system, without producing the Injurious
arising from the use of powerful Internal medi
cines, which weaken and deetroy the constitution, and
temporary relief only. By this treatment, the med
icinal properties contained In the Band come In contaat
the blood and reach the diieaae. throueh the pores
tbe skin, effecting tn eeary Instance a nerfeot cure.
restoring the parte afflicted to a healthy condition.
Band is also a mostpowerful AKTi-MaaotiauL agent.
will entirely relieve the system from Urn pernioiove
of Mercury. Moderate eaaea are cured in a few
and we are constantly receiving testimonials of lta
efficacy in aggravated caeea of long standing.
ram att.vu, to be bad of Druggists generally, or can
senior man or express, witn tun directions for nie.
any part of the country direct from tbe Frlncinal
No. 409 BB0ADWAY, Haw York.
G. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors.
8. Descriptive Circulars Sent free.
Agenta Wanted Everywhere.
OPENING OF THE SEASON
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
A.T P. ROSE'S.
AGAIN Of FEB TO THE PUBLIC
'an entire new stock of Goods In my line, just purch
in New York at the cheapest panic rates,all ol which
shall sell at the smallest profits, for Cash. My custom-
and friends are respectfully invited to call od exam
my Goods and Prices, as I am determined to sell aa
or cheaper than any other house in the eity; and
do my own Cutting, and superintend my own huai
ness, I feel assured, from my long experience In busi
ness, to klv aeneral satisfaction. The finest of work
are employed, and all work done atrictly to time and
short notice, and warranted to lit. Strangers visiting
oily wool console tneir Inurest by giving me a call
oetore purcoaslng eisewnere. f. bosk.
marchW dly Oor. High and Town sts
Watches! Diamonds!! Silver Ware!!!
CHOICE ASORTITIENT OF GOLD
and Silver Watches, In great variety.
am Agent for tbe Aaiaio.it Watch Co., and can
these excellent Watches at manufacturers' prices,
Wholesale or Retail.
Come and choose from my beautiful display of Dia
monds and other rich Jewelry. Styles new prices low.
as to Silver Ware of sterling qualliy, I Can show new
patterns, very bandsome.
Silver Plsted Ware, Tea Setts, Urns, Walters, Castors,
Baskets, Pitchers, Goblets, Knives, Porks, Spoons, ice.
Then I have a supply of fine Table Cutlery, Pocket
Knives, Btssrs, Ac, and many Panoy Goods euch as
desired for present at such prices as are an induce
ment to the purchaser. WM. BLYNN,
No, 10 Buckeye Block,
marSl North side State House square.
DOYLE & CO.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Northwest Corner of High and Cay Sts.,
, ' - N"Oa Gl,
"A large Btock of Pine and Staple Goods on hand." !
31-dtf j .
ladies' Linen Pooket-Handk'fs.
HEniTIED STITCHED LIX EN HAND
kerohiefs. very wide hems. - .
Embroidered Linen Uandk'a all prices.
Hemmed Stitched and plain do, do. ; -
do do colored borders.
Mourning do ' black bonier
do do ' new style cross stitched.
Pine Annie do new patterns.
Miisei' Plain and Hemmed Stitched do all prices.
Comprising the most select assortment In the elty aid
lowest prices. BAIN SON,
fetttt no. bouiu uign u treat.
for the INSTANT BBLIIf
and PIBMANKNT 0UB1 of th
distressing complaint use
EN DT S
by 0. B. BBYMOUB CO., 107 Nassau Bt., N. T.
rnoe el per box; sent free by post.
FOB S ALB AT ALL DRUGGISTS
THE UNION FOREVER !
TTNION ENVELOPES A R AKlTY OF
designs, at ve,w per i.vuv.
mrcoir lettzb ahd hot papih,
half the price charged by small dealers. '.
ITpHB AD O.TJARTEBB No. 75 South High street.
Columbus, May S, 1801. 1. 11. BILE?;
ENTLGnBH IS . FCRNINH1NG
Noveltlei in neca Ties ana Beam.
". " Byron and denote Collars. .
" Embroidered Pocket Handkerchiefs
Paris Kid Gloves superior make.
Golden Hill Shirts, various styles.
Boys' Oo Idea Hill Bhtrts, do
Driving and Street aloves, do - - .
Hemmed Poeket Handkerchiefs, various styles. '
Halt Hose and Under Garments, "
BAIN at BON,
aprllS . ' - ' " ' No. C9 South High street.
S. & H. T. CHITTENDEN,
, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. , , .
Hj" Offlces, 229 Broadway Hew York Oity, and
Panson BtituiKa, Columbus, Ohio. .
Uncareful attention paid to Collections.
aprll&dOm . .... , ;
ST E I Ii A SnAWESI STELLA
SHAWLS 1 1 In all desirable eolors, and at very
No. S9 South High street.
, . . HBNRT T. OBITTIItDI
CPKINO CLOAKS AND BA8QINES
O NIW BTYLBS Uattl etc Ban. No. South
High street, have Just opened new styles of Clotb Cir
onLaaa. Baaqoiiraa and Saco,Pta, made In the neweet and
most stylish manner. Also, kuverh Plala
Black Mllk very heavy, designed expressly for
aunuiias ana Baaqauiee. . ; . .. ., , laprtu
TiEPELLANT OR TT ATER.PROOP
S CLOAK CLOTHS. -Also, ether malree ot Spring
Uioax uioine. inau ucairaon aaixuree ninamm, laa
su ana nattoni to matca. bain it son, .
aprilS Ho. !9 South High strew
Strengthening Cordial and Blood
TboUreateat Iteme4r In Tlie War
X ly a
procured by the diatU
latloa of Hoots. lierba
and Barka, Yellow
Dock, Blood Boot,
Cherry Bark and Dan
delion enters Into lta
Before Taklnsti actwe' remedial After Taking;
principle of each Ingredient la thoroughly extracted by
my new method or diitllline. nronncino.a aeuelrna. ex
hllerating spirit, and the most INI ALLIBLH remedy for
renovatina the diaeued tvttrvh and reatortne the alck.
snirerlna and debilitated INVALID to HBALTIt and
rJIBBNaTH. - . . i . .
BICI.r.AIV'N BTltENCTIIF.nilVO SJOH
1)1 Al. .'j , ;
Will effectually cur
Chrcslo or Nervous Debility, Diseases of the Kidneys!
ana ail diseases arising rrcun a aisorderej liver or ftom'
sen. Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward Files, Acidity or Sick-'
neta of the Stomach, fullness of Blood to the Ileal. Dull
fain or swimming in the bead, Pslt.tatlon of the Heart
allnessor Weight to the Stomach, Sour Eruditions
Choking or suffocating feeling when lying down, Drvness
or Yellowness of thefikinand Iree. Night Sweats, la
ward fevers, Pain in the small of (be back, ehest or side.
eudden flushes of Heat, Depression of Spirits, frightful
reams, languor, Despondency or any Nervous Dn
Sores or Blotches on the Skin, and fever and Ague (oi
Over a million of Hottlea
Have been sold during the last six months, and In no In
stance has it failed In giving entire satisfaction . Who,
then, will suffer from Weakness or Debility when Mo-
fciAH'B BlttB.wrHUMINU OOUDIAL will cure you?
No language can convey an adeauata Idea of the 1mm
dlate and almost miraculous change produced by taking
this Cordial In the diseased, debilitated and ahattered
nervoua system, whetber broken down by excess, weak by
nature, or Impaired by sickness, the relaxed and unstrung
vignuiMiivB i. mwna to iia pnaune jwaitunoa vigor.
others consolous of inability, from whatever cause.
will find McLean a Strengthening Cordial a thorough
regenerator of tne system: and all who may have In nred
themselves by Improper Indulgences, will find In the Cor
dial a certain and speedy remedy.
To the) Ladle.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
Is a sovereign and speedy cure for
Obstructed or Difficult Menstrustlon. Incontinence of
urine or Involuntary Discharge thereof, falling or the
Womb, Giddiness, fainting and all Diseases lncidns t
There la no Kiatake Abont it.
Suffer no longer. Take It according to Directions. It
stimulate, slrengthea and invigorate you and cause
bloom of health to mount your cheek again.
very nottie is warranted to give sauaiactloa.
If your children are sickly, nnnv. or afflicted. McLean V
uordiai win make them healthy, fat and robust.
thy, fat and robust. Delai
t a moment, try it, and you will ba convinced.
T IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
OaonoH. Beware of Drnnlsta or Sealers who ma
to palm apon you some Bitter or Baraaparllla traac,
which they can buy cheap, bysayini It la Just aa cood.
Avoid euch men. Ask tor McLean's Strengthening Cor
dial, and take nothing else. It la the only remedy that
pnrlfy the blood thoroughly and at the same time
strengthen tha system.
One lablespoonful taken every mornine fasttne. la a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chills and fever, Yellow
lever, or any prevalent diseases. It is put up Id large
rrloe only II per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5.
Bole Proprietor of this Cordial,
Also McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
Principal Denot on the oorner of Third and Pine streets.
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
The best Liniment In the World. The only safe and
certain core for Oancera. Piles. Swellings and Bron
chitis, or Goitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weakness of the
meaciee, unronic or innammatory itneumauam, BUI
ess of the joints, contracted Muscles or Llgamenta
arache or Toothache, Bruises, Buraina. Wounds, Fresh
Outs, Ulcers, Fever Bores, Caked Breasts Bore Nipples,
Burns. Bcalds, Sore Thoat. or any Inflammation or Pain.
difference now severe, or how long the disease may
Thousands of human beings have been saved a lite of
decrepitude and misery by tbe uee of this invaluable mod
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
Will relieve pain almost Instantaneously, and It ail
cleanse, purify and heal the fouleat sores in an inoredl
ly snort tune.
For Horse and Otlier Animal.
McLean s celebrated Liniment Is the only safe and re-
liable remedy for the cure of Spavin, King Bone, Wind
falls, Splints, Unnatural Bumpa, Nodes or Swellings. It
win never tail to cure Big Head, Foil avll, Hstula, Old
runnine- Bores or Bweenv. if nronerly annlied. tor
Sprains, Bra ilea, Scratches, Bores or Wounds, Cracked
Heels, Chafes, Saddle or Collar Galls It Is an Infallible
remedy. Apply it aa directed, and a cure is certain la
Then trifle no longer with the many worthless Lini
ments offered to you. Obtain a supply of Dr. McLean's
celebrated Liniment. It will cure you.
J. It. JvlcLEANt Bole Proprietor,
Oorner of Third and Pine Btreeta. Bt. Louis. Mo.
For sale by all druggists.
ror saie ny ttujjaitxn at BABuab,
eug'iC-dfcwly . . Columbus. Ohlc.
CANADIO & TOUTED STATES KAIL
TO AND FHOIT1
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
The Montreal Ocean Steamship Comnanv's flrst-clasa
Clyde-built Steamers sail every sat.
tirday from PORTLAND, carrying the Canadian and
United States Mall and passenger.
NORWEGIAN. NORTH AMERICAN,
BOHEMIAN, . ANGLO-SAXON,
NORTH BRITON, HIBERNIAN,
CANADIAN, - NOT A SCOTIAN.
Sliorteat, Cbeapeat andQalcacatCwn.
j vcyaoce irom
amiteica to all pasts or zitsopz.
Hate ot 3?aeatre) to X)uroie
Will sail from LIVBBPOOL every Wedneaday
rrom vuidbu erery oaiuraay, calling at
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and land Mails and
Passengers, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
II riheee Steamer are built of iron. In wafer-tight
compartments, carry each an experteqeed Surgeon, and
every attention 1 paid to the comfort and accommoda
tion or passenger, as tney proceed direct to LOW DON
DBRY, tbe great risk end delay of calling at St. John's
Glasgow passengers are furnished with rati tassage
tickets to and from Londonderry. - ...
Return tickets granted at reduced rates.
Certificates Issued for carrying to and bringing out pas
sengers from all the principal towns of Great Britain and
ireianu, ai reuunra roea. uj 1111a iinw 01 sieamen, ano
the WASHINGTON LINB Off BAILING) PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool every week., , :
Sight Draf ta for fiand upward pay'
asiein isngiaua, lroitsiiaa bgoi
laud or Wales, , ,
Por passaae, aiply at the Office. 83 HHOADi
WAY, New Vork, and 19 WATEK ST.f
BABEL k BXAKLR, General igenta,
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONG.
nolO lydtw .. Post Office, Oolumbus, Ohio.
Baltimore Clothing Honse.
noraomsaa am wbououlb iuuii in '
No. 308 W, Baltimore-stTeet,
. , ,, (UTwaaa ussxtv aJts bowah, ,
":,!' bai-tibiore, met.
t aaywin w e . 1 1 '
, Larft Assortmant of rise and PurnUhlng
, Qeoda Conitaatlr on Band
Oet86dly .. . . . ..
TAPIOOO, ' '
Scotch Oat Meal " " .'
Ppllt Peas ,
Chooolate ' " ' -'-Broma,
Irnh Tiim.lfMMi , .
Itlce Flour 1 '
Cream Tartar,, ,
, j Beedleaa Ralalai 1
reacbea Greea Cora v ,
fresh Cann'd Traits of every desoripll.n;
Jellies of all kinds; 1
.... flavoring Bxtracta of all kb4.
Gum Dmna: Mixed Oandiea:
'r ! i-AlmoaJs, filberts, Peeon Nnts, ' .f
Boglish Walnut. Braail Nuts. ate. " "
boST WM. MoDONALD.
An experieneed Nurse and female Physician, present
w ine atienuon oi suuen, nor - - -
SOO THING SYRUP,
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING.
which rtaatlv facilltatM tha nrneeaa of taethina. br aoft-
ening the eume. redneina all tnflammatloD-wlll allav
ALL PAIS and spumodio action, and I
SURE TO KEOfJL ATE THE BOWELS.
Depend upon It, mothers. It will give rest to v ourselves
EKUCKT AID HEALTH TO T0TTK UFAKll.
We have put up and sold this article for over ten nut. 1
and CAN BAY, IN CONFIDENCE AND TRUTH, of It.
what we have never been able to say ot anv other medi-
eine NBVXB HAS IT FAILED. IN A SIN'OLB INST
ANCB, TO EFFECT A CUBaJ, when timely need. Nev
er did we know an instance of dissatisfaction by any one)
who used it. On the contrary, all are dellahted with Ha
operations, and speak In terms of eommendatloa of lta "
magical eflecta and medical virtue. We apeak In thia
matter "WHAT WB DO KNOW;" after ten years' expe
rience. AND PLBDOB OUR REPUTATION FOB TUB
FULILLUBNT OF WHAT WB HERB DBOLABB. In
almost every Instance where the Infant la suffering from
pain and exhaustion, relief will be found in fifteen or
twenty minutes after theHyrup Is administered.
This valuable nrenaration la the nresorintlon of one of
the most KXPEHlKNOEDend SKILLFUL NUftHBS In '
New Bnvland. and has been used with NBVN& FAIL-
THOUSAND) OF OASES.
Itnotonly relieves the ehlld from pain, but Invlior
ates the stomach and bowela, cor recta acidity, and gives -tone
aad energy to the whole system. It will almost ln
OElPilO IH THX B0WX1S, AHD WIND COLIC
and overcome convulsions, wnloh. If not speedily rem
died, end in death. We believe It the BKoT and SUB
EST REMEDY IN TUB WORLD, tn all oases of DYs
ENTERY and DIABBUOIA IN CHILDREN, whethe,
it arises from teething, or from any otlier cause. W
would say to every molherwho hasa ehlld suffering from
any of the foregoing oompiaints DO NOT LET YOCB
PB1JUDICIS NOB TUB PBRJDDIOESOF OIliEBf,
stand between you and your suffering child, and the re
lief that will be 8URB yes. ABSOLUTBLY 81TKB to
follow the use of this medicine, If timely used. Full di
rections for using will aoeompany each bottle. None
genuine unless the fac simile of CURTIS k TERKINH,
New York, la on the outside wrapper.
Sold by all Druggists throughout the world.
Principal Office, 13 Cexiar Street N.V.
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
Bi Is precisely what Its name Indicates, for, whll f
pleasant to tbe tatte. It Is revivlfyl ng, exhllaral-y
'.inr. mviKorBiiu. .uu uwjiui.uuii M im Vila,
powers, and at the eame time revivifies. lain
'nates, and renew, the Blood in all lis purity, an.
thus at nnee reitoret and rmdtrt th ntltm in-
mtlntrabUto attoek odiua. It Is tbe only
Ln,i.ntlnn .... nff.md ta th. wnrlrl. .n eh.ul-
ej cally and skillfully combined aa to be the most
Iy ' ev V 11 Ul WSaiu. fAUU m llaaj amj ataajv WW 1 cviiy
adapted to, aa to act in perfect acoordanoe wltb the
, and U
H laws of nature, ana nenae win toom vi vttuuu
IstomocA, and tone op the digestive organs,
thus allay all nervous and otner Irritation
iper eciiy cxuiiarauDH, buu .t uic wm. i . ii
comooeed entirely of v eve tab lea, yet so eoiibined M
lu to produoe tne mosi tnorougn ionic enect, wun-
out producing any injurious oonsequences eocn
a remedy has long been felt to be a deilderatum
be medical world, for it needs no medical etlil to
lew iu.tu.uu i.J iuiiv". m 1 1 aiiKk. w. wiwm.. ' ' . .
proceeds and indeed laya the system open to the.M
insidious attacka of many of the most fatal, such, ,,
for example, as the following: Consumption, In
diresiioo. Dyspeoeia. Loss of Appetite, Faintneas,
Nervoua irritaoiuiy. neuraigtn raipiiauon 01 me
Heart, Melancholy, Night Sweats. Languor, Giddi
ness, Retention of, as well aa Palntul obstructed
too nrofuae. or too fesnt Menstruslion, and Fall-:
skiing or the womb, inese all depend upon general!
(J .debility. This pure, healthy, tonio Cordial and!
mood ivenoraior 11 w.urw 10 euro u ui. .uu wj mm
rise and set. There Is no mistake about it. ButiLJ
Ilia Is not all. It the system Is weakened, we are!
jpen to bilious attacks, the liver becomes torpid, !lj
ot worse diseased, the kidneys refuse tn perform fi
their functions, and we are troubled with ical llng "
and Incontinence of urine, or Involuntary dis )
irharge of the same, pain In the back, side and l- A
kween the shoulder., exceedlnely liable to silent U
loolds. coughs, and if unchecked, soon ctaaciailani
.01 lows, ana tne paueni goes Jown to a premature:
grave. But spa-e will not allow us to enumerale f
the many Ills to which we are liable in a weakened V
condition of the syitem. But we will aay, In lhls
Cordial and Blood Renovator you have a perfect. U
safe, pleasant and effectual remedy for loss of J
Appetite, biliousness. Flatulence, weak and slcki
itomach, Languor, Liver Complaint. Chills and
11 in!.....- . - i. rt . . . : .
rcTer, or maj oi".ui .iuh., vmuicuen, auiuii
if the Stomach, Nervousness, Neuralgia, I'alpita-.
tion of the Heart. session or epints. Bores,,
Pimples on the Face, or any disease arising from 1
impure blond, such as Scrofula, Erysipelas, Bron
bills, cough, dimculty 01 Dreaming, and all that tt
JClaas of diseases called female weakness, and n
enumerated above. We will also say the traveler M
exposed to epidemics, change of climate and wat-4
er, will find it a pleasant, sale and sure remedy, U
ua none should ever travel wiinoui. neaaer. ay
try it, forwe assure you you will find In It a friend '
indeed, as well as a friend in need. All peisonsof! .
ladentarv h.hli will find It a nerfeot preventive of rl
as well as cure for those ailments to which they aiel J
particularly exposed. Hence ministeratuaentst
torneye, literary (ntlemen,and ladies who are not
I socustomed to much outdoor exercise, will find ii
10 their advantaae to keep a bottle constantly on
nana: ana. above an, moinere, or inese necomina
Isuch; will go through that moat dangerous psrioo
loot only wth all their accustomed strength, bui
safe and free from tbe thousand ailments eo prev
A alent aoona tbe female portion of the world . It
Ujshort, it la Indeed a mother's cordial. Try it, oW
-r. , vnMns ma In..., Mtn th. rl.k rtf it.l.v It Will
Mil.,, anr, nn... ituir .mnn.lln.l w . ffMM-d.
aJ lies Cordial and Blood Renovator.
O.J. WOOD, proprietor, 444 Broadway, Nsw
York. and 114 Market Street, Bt. bonis, mo., ano
sold by ROBERTS 4c SAMUEL, Columbus, Ohio.
nrf 1l wnnA Tlrnvvl.t. Prln. On. DnlLii
n per Bottle. marchffl-dfcweowly
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
NEWARK OHIO, - 'V
mannlaelnrere of all klnde of Par- .
table aad aitationary ten ra urn- f
(tne, Saw IMtlle, tirlat Klilla, .-
Vc. eVc. ' i '"
LAXZ BODLEi Beaten! B. at 1. BLAKD TBtatmf
J. tJ. B. DUYALL Beaten tl! COLVMBCS
MACHINE CO. Beatmllll BBAVIOM' . ,
at CO. Beatmlllll , - V.' "
Oar PortebU Kugina and law Kill
Wu awarded the first premium of $50 at the Indiana
State fair for VW over Lane at Bodley's oa aononnt (
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior character of lumber sawed.
Our Stationary Bngine was awarded at the earn fair
the first premium of a AM). ,
Uur rortable Jlnglne waa awareira tne nrst premiu n or .
1100 at the fair a Memphis, Tenn., over Blandy't Du- v
vetU'a, Columbus Machine Go's., and Bradford tt Co's., -hy
a committee of practical Railroad Bogloeer.
Tor price ana terme aauress 1 1
W1LLABU WARNBB. treastrer, , !
deei-dkwlyeois. Newark, Ohio. '
E AfoLE BRASS WORKS,
j Corner Spri( alt Water Su.,
W. B. POTT3 & CO.,
tnd Manurasturere of Braee and Ooapeelttoa Castings,
I finished Brae Work of all Deeeriptlene. .
Electro Plating and Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTINC, &C.
I feblUl-dly , .
WARTBDrABlTS TO eKLL
paekagee of STATION KRY and JBWBLRY, at
rleee oner-third leee than eaa be purchased el.ewh.re
Call oa or addreae (stamp enclosed) i. L.BAILKY, He '
1&4 Court St., Boa ton, Mass. march Sadies.