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THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, 1861.
LOCAL MATTERS.
The Adams Express Company places us dally
under obligations to It for the very latest papers
Irons the eastern cities.
Tbe Amerkan Express Company has our
thanks lor its daily favors In tbe shape of the
very lutoet eastern papers. :
T11.v,i.Pi.iit,n,
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at rniinppi, sixteen miles (O-itn or uiaiion, dc
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tweeo the Wheeling and Parkersburg branches
of tha Bltlmnr .n.l ni.tn Bailmerl. innlr nUfl
Monday morning. Eight
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computes of Col.. Kelley'e Wheeling Rcgl
men!, elht companies each of the Iadlana
Regiments, six companies of the Ohio ICtb
Regiment, numbering about 2,300 m m, com
manded by Col. Kelley, attacked about 1 ,500 se
cessionists well armed and equipped.
Ltle Sunday night, In a violent storm of wind
and rain, Kellcy marched his men from Gralton. I
The plan was well laid for a surpriso, but the
impetuosity of a few troops gave the rebels!
warning. They fled In haste, leaving their bag
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Mat na I Aal hnnana lAiia a a nrr m Inn A nrt eeiik
6-6' """"i "bui ,uMm n,lu
Drovislons. and about five hundred mnalceta. In
charelne after them. Kellev. In advance of his
mttn .I.nl .Ilk .a.aUu I . IaI L.J
, jj .
uurKooi a proriaiua wagon, iuo oau entering
bis right breast, and lodging In bis Bkoulder.
The rebel was Immedlatelv made nrlaoner.l
and the men with difficulty
shooting him.
restrained from I
t.. n - - v o r.n.i.l.
TmGaiaT EauiSTaiaN SH0w.-We call the
attention of the oubllo to the advertisement in
Demonstra.
kl nlaTli,
ne place in
this paper of the Great Equestrian
tlon of the Antonio BroTHcas, to take
this city, on Monday, the 17th insl. The large
and well disciplined corps of performers which
the managing proprietors have engaged, will
render this a novel and interesting entertain"
ment. - .. ? j r- r-
Court or Common Plus. Decrees have
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uumereU n me present term oi we VOUrt,
H. t mr
IvnMin. Vrafliy.. T L . - A - . -
-"""a v. ii.a nun nL-ini i tidk,
Fsidirio Scholer from Mary A. Scholer, and
Locr A . CtlMNiNOH.M frnm lien A. riiMNmn. I
4K.
All tbe persons indicted at the present term
of the Court,' with the exception of those at
large on bail, have been arraigned and pleaded
"not guilty." The Criminal Docket will be call,
ed up on Monday, tho 10th Inst.
OTJeri. Willuus, editor of the Monroe
Spirti ofDimoetaey, having accepted the com
mand of a company of volunteers, has retired
from the editorial charge of the paper, to battle
for the Union with tbe sword Instead of the nan. I
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7'" ,UB mVl wm De BnPP"M J0H
. . o uet umu new toe captain ana tne 1
Editor will be able, each at his post, to do their I
conntry good service.
ICT We learned pAjlPrH.. ihrnnnh m I
iu- we learned, yeaterday, through a person
PAPf ffsAm llamilrMn fAxt.l. iL.t BIT- C 1
direct from Hamilton township, that Mr. Stam
baugr, who was recently the victim of a brutal
assault, was not expected to live through
last night. Two of his assailants, the elder
FieH and the negro Manly, have been bound
over to the Court of Common Pleas the former
In the sum of $3,000 and tbe latter In $500.
- Clothing for the Troops. The advertise
ment of Charlrs WHiTTLiBir, Assistant Quar
ter-Master General for furnishing clothing fori
the Ohio troops, appears in another column. It I
will be seen that A. D. Bullock, an old and es
timable merchant of Cincinnati, has been ap
pointed Purchasing Agent.
ET Micbail Edwards, the younger of the
two men Indicted for killing Otho Farmer, has
been tried at the present term of tbe Monroe
county Court of Common Pleas, convicted of
murder to the second degree, and sentenced to
tbe Penitentiary for life.
DTFive companies of volunteers have been
raised In Monroe county. Two of these Capta.
Jere. Williams and James Washsbrne have
been accepted and expect to be ordered into camp I
tbit week. Monroe stands by the Union.
HTCol. Kellev was still living at tbe latest
accounts. Tbe ball had been extracted from
the wound, and the physicians bad reported him
improving, with a strong probability of his re
covery. i i i ESJl
O A St. Louis emigrant recently put bis two
story house on a barge, and with bis family and
"traps" sailed np the Illinois river In tow of a
' steamboat, He was fleeing from secession trou
bles. .
ST F. D. Parrish, of Sandusky, bas been ap
pointed by the Governor Probate Judge in Erie
county, v et R B. Sloan, appointed U. 3. Mall
Agent.
UTThe Cincinnati Enquirer regrets to learn
of the Indisposition of Major General McCi.el
lan, and hopes that bis illness will bo bnt tern
Por'J. . ..' ' . '
LCTIt Is reported that the Ohio troops at
Washington are to have new regulation uni
forms without delay. We hope It may prove
true.
"Papers In tbe seceded States say that
farmers are plowing op their cotton and planting
corn.
IT One hundred voluoteera from Troy trrtv
ei ut Camp Denniaon on Tuesday, to unite
with companies in the Eleventh Regiment.
UTThe Tenth or Montgomery Regiment)
Col. Lytle's, was mustered Into the United
States servioe at Camp Denniaon, on Tuesday
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ET Tbe Superior Court of this county, Jndge
Matthews, is In session, and occupies the Pro
bate Court Room, j . ;
Rail Road Time Table.
LiTTi.1 Hum sc Oeuifaca Ac Zmna R, R.
Leaves.
Arrives
Cincinnati Accommodation. 6:00 A. M.
" Ixpreat ll.-M A. M.
Mall Accommodation 1:30 P. At.
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Nlsnt Uipreee via Dayton .18:00 midnight
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Night Ixpreee ........3:40 A.M. 11:45 P. M
New York Kxprees JI:10A.aJ. 11:10 A. M
Mall and Accommodation.. B:SO P.M. . B:10P. M
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James Pattosoii, Agent.
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No. 1 Bxprees.... ... 3:30 A. M. 11:98 A. M
No. S do 11:18 A.M. 11:45 P. M
No. I do 3:10 P. M. 4):5 A. M
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TrrrnDRen, Ootoitsos at CwcimuTi B. B. '
Mall Train 3 30 A.M. 11:38 A. M
Ripreee Train,. .i..... i. 11: IB A.M. 11:45 P. M
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Ooloksos at tmnainreW . HV ' . - 1 ' '
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TELEGRAPHIC!
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
Dispatches from Washington.
[N. Y. Herald's Correspondence.]
WASHINGTON, June 4.
Thono.omonjW"siormanyoi our troops, indicating ior
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openly avowed purpose of a large armed force
There was no forward movement last night.
I Information was received by lien. Scott,
I n the evening, that several tnousana rebels
wera at Centrevllle. ten miles from Alexandria.
The result was. that each of our regiments
the Virginia side was notified to be prepared
a nieht a tUck.
Preoarutiona are going on In several commls
sary departments for six, eight and ten days'
rations lor many oi our troops, indicating for
m,o
ward movements.
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Intelligence reached Fortress Monroe, yes
Intelligence reached Fortress Monroe, yes
terdav. that a soouting party of Col. Allen's
Troy Regiment had been taken prisoners by
. OIM,.. hut Gen. Butler doubted the rerjort.
from the fact that the country In that direction
had been thoroughly reconnoilered, ond no such
lorce of rebels could be discovered, ineuen
eral Immediately ordered Col.Duryea's Zou-
aves to oursue the rebels and rtecne tbe partv,
it iney naa oeeo taxen.
Slaves continue arriving la considerable
numbers at Hen. Butler's caiuo. and are nut to
W VI Ik IU llig HCUtUCQ- M U J HI V PUIU W VUUI
prebend the position of affairs very clearly, and
reportthat their masters are very much alarm-
edD flying from their homes every day.
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turn lo Aqoia ureeK on rriaay.
Immense Quantities of provisions have been
aDa n being snippea iron L,ouisvuie,ovcr
"u AJVFUIBV.IIO HUU 11BDU.IIIV IVHllUW.) W mg
inenrrsptinnar HtatAfl! tun nreaenc uoi aeuir
Louisville, a secessionist, refusing to obey
the orders of the Treasury Department pro-
niwting tne smpment Oi provisions Boutn. A
wvi.suw. nam uncu n...
force the prohibition.' lie will enter upon bis
duties in a few davs,
ins uovernmeni nan Deen aavisea oi me
lennesseeans to make a rush to iiOUisvllle
ttempt la made t enforce the
embuF the'e' to, Btlr P ll Powible,
insurrection along the line and
thai mnminr an atiernintt Id ma Ha An fnvn. iho
take possession
of tbe
Nashville
Tennesseeana expect, and would doubt-
leas obtain, ft BtroDtTBUDDort from tneKentuckT
nuaninttA tnma anrl tl.i ntiAn artflHA llntt 1tT
precipitators, and their open abettor, .Gov. Ma'
goffln. It is to guard against this that the
Government contemplated ordering the Ken-
iucgy Drigade to Liouisviue to co operate with
Union men of Louisville and tbe State at
lartre in refliRLinc inn intennea invasion oi i en
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preiuaice exists in tientnclcy aeainst tne bri-
gsde. A large number of its members are from
y0, and tbe SO-called KentUCkiana are most-
irom tne corner towns ana counties; only a I
small portion of them are natives of the State.
have been in the hahit or ren-l
resentlnc the whole bricade asconaistinir of bo.
KentuckianB. This la unjust, but there is
enough truth in it to eive a colonntf to a ereat
of scandal and reorehension. Anv other
Federal troops, indeed, would be more accepta-
to the Union men of Kentucky. This beine
understood at the War Department, the Ken-1
tackv brit?adfi will be ordered hare, tinfl & HnmAl
Qnant Ilka iht In Rt Tn..uHI k. n..nui I
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WASHINGTON, June 4. [Special to the Post.]
It Is said that a portion ot Maryland lying
tne river between Indian Head and Finev
" tenanted with rabid secessionists, who
oonstaniiy senaing supplies to tbe rebels in
BBfliuiCBje i,vww UIVU TflAt U3 UlBJJttljVUVU tfU UrV
ftnjcommnnic&tioa with the enemy. A field
any communication Wltntne enemy. A Held I
battery will be sent to this point, and one of the
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Mntniaa .in ha .fxinn. it,..
It is also contemplated to occudt White
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livHBH.vmw tll.wi.UUBI kUDIV IQ TDIT littt-
and if the rebels should take possession f
it would cost valuable lives to retake it
commands the entire channel for several
miles.
All dispatches announcing that hostilities
would soon occur at Manassas Junction or
Aquia Creek, or reports of an advance of rebels
Harper's ferry, are incorrect. No move'
of the kind hae been ordered, nor likely
take place
A band of teleeraph operators has been or
to accompany the Federal forces. Offices
be open In every direction back of Arlington
HeigntB, Botnat tne troops can be instantly con
cenlrated at any point.
Several members of the Maryland Legislature
recently visited the rebels at Harper's Ferry and
Richmond; doubtless to confer with tbe Lonled
leaders.
There is is a decided secession feeling still
lingeiing in Maryland, and needs watching..
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[Special to the Tribune.]
It is not confirmed that the rebels bad ad
vanced from Harper's Ferry to Leeiburg. It
have sprung from the presence of the line
disunion pickets from Fairfax Court House
Leesburg. i
Marshal Kane at heart is aa bad as Merry-
against whom there are strong proofs of
treason.
tie is still at laree, and boasts tbat
Government la afraid to arrest bim. His
friends threaten to rise if he is touched.
Reports received in Richmond recently from
rebels at Manassas Junction boast that
position Is now Impregnable, They were
anticipating orders to march upon Alexandria.
Count Garrawskl was to-day designated to a
confidential position near the Secretary of State.
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page.
[Special to the Commercial Advertiser.]
WASHINGTON, June 5.
is understood that Gen. Scott disapproves
landing forces at Aqula Creek, as be regards
point unimportant at present.
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[To the Associated Press]
WASHINGTON, June 5.
Tbe belief extensively prevails that a new
is to be called for by the War Department,
various offers have, therefore, been made
regimenta additional to those already accept
ed; but it la certainly ascertained that no auch
is now contemplated.
Minister Uorwln passed through Jalapa on tbe
of May, on his way to the city of Mexico,
having had a pleasant and Important Interview
tbe latter city with tne Mexican Minister to
France, who recently arrived in New York, en
for burope.
Mr. King, Minister to Kome, having obtained
of absence in order to command the Wis.
troops, Is in Washington on business con
nected with military affairs.
Mr. Nicollav Private Secretary of the Presi
left this P. Jtf . for Springfield, Illinois.
Written arguments have been submitted
McCormlck's Patent Reaper extension oiee,
the Commissioner will not finally decide for
several weeks.
Current reports and newspapers have Bent a
with troops down the Potomac la9t night,
this Is news to tbe Navy Department.
John P. Sanderson, an ex-Chief clerk of tbe
Department, baa reoently been appointed
Lieutenant colonel in the army, and will be
second In command to Col. Anderson.
Tbe Star says it has oertaia information from
Leesburg that Beauregard was positively at the
Junction. - Also, that there was an aggregate
20,000 rebels at Manassas Junction, Cen
treville, rairlax station, and rairfax Court
House.
The people at Waterford, Loudon county,
were ordered, Sunday last, by officers to
at Harper'B Ferry next Monday, with their
teams and wagons, to move the. materials or tbe
trooDt there. '
it la believed x.uuu reDeia win move np tne
Potomac to opposite Wllllamsport. Tbey are
known to be without the meant of army trans
portation.
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From New York.
NEW YORK, June 5.
The
prize vessels to be released.
Hawklna' regiment oi zouaves cas sauea ior
fortress Monroe.
Advices from Fortress Monroe Bay Gen, Ha
ger hae 10,000 mon at Norfolk, and 10,000 more
Portsmouth and along the shores of the river.
It la inexpedient to make any demonstration
towards Portsmouth or Gnanort at nrnannt:
The report tbat Gen. Butler contemplated an
advance on Peterehnro i. nnr.,no4
Six Dahleren bronze, 10
mim PVUUUVIB USJB V V MVVU
fished np by the rebels near the navy yard.
Eight tons of gunpowder are said to have been
. H,BB,J:l, of the Merrimac,
oerfectlvdrv. . " ,a . . - jr. . .. -
TheMerilmac, Dolphin and GerteantdwnrU
aald, will be In aea-golng order In two Weeks.
297,000.
aqb nwoie Drouent oy tbe Waehinoinn
has
From St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS, June 5.
case,
to the writ of habtat corp$ were made by Col's.
Boernsteln, Brown, and McNeal, substantially
the same as those of Gen. Lyon and Col. Blair.
An attachment against Gent Lyon was then an.
plied for by petitioner's counsel, which Judge
Treat declined to issue, on the ground of In'
aumcient proof showing such step ought to be
wxen nere. me case restaiortne present.
I Mayor Tailor, believing there was a settled
determination on the part of the Board of Com-
I mon Council to embarrass his actions as chief
executive of the city, tendered his resignation
yesterday, which was accepted last night.
Eighty men from Hannibal, Mo., forming
pan, Dattsiion m iiome uuaras, unaer com
mand nf Ma nv Hunt. anhl th a n t waarav.
wal iitiiivi msh aiiwuvw vj j vuwva
day, and were sworn Into the service of the
United States, and furnished with arms. They
returned borne last night. Muskets were also
ov m a or Hunt.
From Cambersburg.
CHAMBERSBURG, June 5.
Two regiments of Infantry and five oompa
nies of cavalrv advance to Haeeratown to nlcht.
or co-morrow.
A scout reports that the Secessionists succeed
led in naasinir a wmn lniul nf nnwoi- thrnnirh
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Another scout, returned from Maryland
iieiguis, ovenoumDK iiarper'8 ferry, says lew-
er troops are UPOn the heiffhts than were a week
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vuw Liifltiv vau uo OHHUIBU WIVU IIHIC IVH VI lilOe
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anu guns turned on tne enemy.
Residents there think the rebels are nrenur
mg ior a retreai, as an eventuality,
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lemniatea tn-mnrrow
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LEAVENWORTH, June 5.
uu muEuay uigDi, i A volunteers lrom Uampi
Lincoln, headed bv Serjeant Deowzin. of ih
vaah r2n.u1. . J !0- ,
Elwood Guards, armed with JWinle rifles and
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'., viira w ivou, uiiiuB
above this city, crosalne in skilTj. their Durmae
belnir the capture of a secesaion flair. Heine-
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askeS their purpose, Decwzin demanded' the fla
authority of he United States. The flag
was hauled down, and the nn. .tariii nn th.i.l
wag nauiea aown. ana ine nart atArimi nn thA p I
roiuru, wuu vuey were nrea at oy tne seces-1
sionists, and tbe fire
volnnfPPrn ArA mnnniUA a-i.
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From Louisville.
LOUISVILLE, June 5.
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1 be B uuetin says Col. Anderson feels sure no
trnona ar onmlnc ho... n u(-r." rl
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xuuobo rennccuDg raiiroaa matters beine I
anticipated; and that the Nashville and Louis-
raiiroaa will ODey tne orders Ot the rede-l
uu.oiumeui.
1 De Memphis Arut, of the 30th ult. , says
"uut owners ana caotains of that cltv re-
commended the military authorities not to allow
DOuts owned North or by Northern sympathizers
run in aontnern waters
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Stabbing Affair at Steubenville.
STEUBENVILLE, June 5.
night, Washington Lovine was stabbed
Sam'l Sannderfl. & npoMnlnn iafc frnm lit a Pan
ITonrllo. Vn . Thanrl......ji.i..r...i I
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From Baltimore.
From Baltimore. BALTIMORE, June 5.
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this city, to-day, and seized all tbe breach
there, '?a(llDB nmsketa ,,, the establishment. Intima-
A steamer from Old Point renorta all ntilitt I
there.
The bark General Green, of Charleatnn. fnr
Baltimore, owned by amerchantof Charleston,
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e,llg0 f!8.' anJ?. molM8e9. haa been
IAVVliaAil kat Hi t i a IV m tOI A I
captured Dy tne uuaker City.
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1 oe untiea Dtaies marsnai iook possession of
Run factory 01 Messrs. Merrill and Thnm.a
w. llu '"P'e empioymem would soon be
given to tne estabiisnment In tbe manufacture
Vma Ior.,ne Government.
. eon?""" ' citizens, returned from Wash.
Ineton.have received the aeeurance Irnm th
Government that Baltimore shall have a share
Duiiding the gun boata and furnishing sup
tu mo uurerumeDi; bibo, mat me govern
ment will soon have opened and keep free and
unobstructed for travel and trade the entire line
tbe Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, now effect
obstructed by tbe Confederates at Harper'
Ferry.
Kiel
BOSTON, June 5.
Appleton, a well known citizen, died
day:
The conduct of the American Consul at Hall
N. S vbaa led to a public meeting of
Americans, who adopted (he following resolu
Retolvtd, Tbat we feel mortified at the fact
we have an officer of the Government in
midst who not only approves of the corrup
tion and treason at home, but misreoresents
vilifies, (not only tbe Republican party, but
wnoie people ot tne north.
The 3d Maine Reelment. 1.000 stronc. Cnl.
Howard commanding, left this evening for Fall
River.
The Regiment goes fully sannlied with horses.
baggage wagons and all necessary camp equip
give
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EVANSVILLE, Ind., June 5.
Camp Wallace has been in a state of ereat
exoitement to-day, occasioned by the receipt of
dispatch by Col. Wallace, this morning, from
Washington, ordering his regiment, the lltb,
Cumberland, Md. They leave to-night or
the morning, tia Terre Haute and Iadianapc-
HALIFAX, June 5.
An explosion occurred In the Allison mines.
killing three men and sixteen horses. It will
affect the supply of coal.
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Two Days Later from Europe.
SANDY HOOK, June 5.
arrived. Cotton Salea of 80,000 bales; to
speculators 19,000, and exporters 10,000 bales;
middling baa advanced d; lower qualities un
changed; breadstuff dull and slightly lower;
provisions steady, lower, and unchanged; money
slightly eaaior; bullion in, bank, decrease 587,.
pounds.
Liverpool The weather has been favorable
croops, and market 1b generally dull, with a
slicht decline. Various circulara reDort: Flour
and declined Cd aince Tuesday. Wheat
and Sd lower; red ll12s 9d. Corn very
and fully Is lower, and holders pressing the
mantei ai j(jjs na.
Produce Market. Generally steady. Beef
teady. Pork aulet but firm. Sutrar heavv.
Coffee quiet and closing firm.
London Market. Barings sav breadstufis
quiet; flour declining tendency; sugar quiet;
oouee ouoyant; tea unchanged. American
stocks latest sales were, III. C. shares 45'ici
Erle2021. ,
Parliament proceedings were unimportant.
The news is quite meagre.
Motley (tbe historian) haa an elaborate ar.
In the London rimer, on the American
wbioh attracts considerable attention. He
tbe whole responsibility on the South.
I ne r rencn uovernment contemplates a more
liberal press law, and tbe repeal or tbe law for
puDiio saiety, ,
-an . I A Hne a f
ttouree nat at n:ii. 4uo.
It Is asserted that the Italian eovernment has
reiecteo tne coooiuona on wbioh f ranco con'
sented to evacuate Rome. ' . .
France will recognize the new klnedom before
end ouune.
The peasants in Russian Poland are to be fl
released from compulsory labor on the 1st
uciooer.
Tne duty on cotton twist and varnsln India
been reduced to 5 per cent.
LATEST 'COMMERCIAL VIA QUEENITOWN BY TELE'
ORAPH.
Liver tool, May 26. Sales of Cotton Satur.
day 8,000 bales; 2,000 to speculators and expor
tern market closing quiet and steady. Bread
stuns ouu; provisions steady.
London, Saturday tvenine. Consols closed
today at 91091: Monev 911091 for
accounts; III. C. abarea 4039 discount; Erie
The Australasian Baa $'J2l,000 In specie
on
our
before
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either
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ar
ment
at
B
LEACHED RHEETmCS ' AND
BHIBTINQB, all widthe, of meet celebrated nakea.
offered to greatest variety and. at very low price. ,
BAIN At BON.
aprllS
N,SvBtbBI(lreet.
THE MARKETS.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, June 5.
fcTBlK.IUWl-KHB lIKHarlOKdo pre-
ILOUB Receipts of 9,300 bbU: market So lower:
alee of B.0UO Mils at wfiim.,w ror snperfln cute:
S.'85 10 for extra stt 94 82(34 W tor superfine
western; 4 85(35 73 for common to medium extra
western; $5503 for snipping brands extra Round
iioop Ohio. Canada nour auu; salts tuu unit at ta
7,50
KYE FL0nR-8teady at 3 10(34.
WAKAT -Becelpt of 6M1,72 buibeti; market doll
and ltgMc. lower foroommonto Inferior grades; ealee of
50,000 bushels at I1 05 lor unicago Upline; 1 009
1 B for 1111 Club; l 18 for Can Club; tl 40 for White
western.
RIK Quiet at67C8o.
BAULKY dull at 555o.
CORN reoelpte of 1,33B bush.; market steady; ealet
or ou.uuu bush, at etcsiwe. ior new mixeu western, aai
47o. for new Weetera yellow.
OATB dull at 3K333He. for Weetera, Canadian and
SUte. .
PORK-dull; ealee of 300 bble. at 110 75917 00 for
meee, and t lit 37 for prune.
una If quiet; ealee oi w uoia.
OUT MaATB dulland unchanged.
LARD ateadvt ealee of 500 bble. at 'J3c.
BUTTTKB. in fair rwiuestat l8Hc. foe Ohio, and 8
(fltioe. for mat.
OUKK8K steady at 3c.
WHISKY dull at 18(3)16X0.
OOPPMB aulet but held firmly; ealee of 300 bags Bio
ai kxo.
BUu ARB continue heavy and dull; ealee or 100 bbdt.
Cuba at4''4e
MOLABBKB neeleeted
amtnba ...a ,ii a ..SI.IA at a
thouVh .inVti. mXtMitTr,
Plenty and freely offered on can aie per cent, on can
ad 7 upwards on paper. B Boloeee quiet al tl 05
'
. u u i nn i a. u .. i - iHi i ' ii . ai nr. n m- i - ui,
La 55 Oa 55 N O 51 Va X Mo 40tt Tenn 10 Oal 7'e 77
Treaiury 12'i 8 1 02V C 8 O'l 81 caup ne 84. do refill-
leredUtX.
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, June 5.
WOOL There appeare to be no fair openlns up of the I
Wool market. Moet of the buelneee yet done la by the I
email buyers In the country, who are brought into direct I
mieroouree witn me rarmere, ana wno itte tne wool in
W"'0' store debU Sealera remain aeluetana about
SSnTnStr..9 PreMDt ,B"'Unt but
uuun uroere are euuneing n lea ror tno Met graaee
Flour for a reguur trade demand, but the market hae
fLOUROrdere are etlllbelng filled for the beet gradti I
vitality or snap to it, and deaiera menifeet rather a
JJS UVUiS.
Ciit tV to5 25
wn.w a
regard to It. We quote en-
Extra at B16U to eu
ttit it nnM n.,k.... . . i
aiiuere, dui ine iraaeaoing u net oi a cnaracter to I
iKev, iiuce miucra are not oia
potea to bia op
d le quoUd at BOe to 95o. galea
were made to correspond. White rnlee from 1 105 to I
10 for ordinary, and from tl 12 to tl BO for cholee I
rancy . ror the latter there are buyere oonatantly. I
BHIAD8TDFF8 The tables of tbe movement at Ban
Francitoo, California, ebow a elngular revereal of trade I
mat point, ineteaa oi being an Importer or wheat and I
nur, h now large exporter, xne laoiee enow inai I
July let to April 20th, there wen ebipped 84
KLuZ, r". :XnJ!,Zrr.r:rJZllf,Ml
v. vhh ti ..iiiu.i.i. 'U uwwa, miu iuh. I
r i i . I. 1 . ... I
" pi, .ur.Kuuu. ui
cork hua f.i.i market ao
OATB Are In request only for tegular local conluao
ana are contequenny innuencea coniuntiy Dy tne
recelnte.
u A KLEX -Kernel ne net and neglected.
RYE ! In eome requeet, and buyere bid up a little I
on oil Quotations maklnc Drone at 5S(353e.
WHISKY Hae the euonort of nerlatent holdere at
nut eonceaiions on ton ogart are bed almost daily.
Oin. Com.
Cleveland Market.
Cleveland Market. June 4, 1861
FLOUR Inactive
Small lots are telling to tbe city
trade at old prices.
S.WHKAT Baleeof Scars red at 1 07 and 1 car while
Ml 7. Thu wtftjlc, la flDIl .nil hMvv.
. " " " . 1
uunn inaccire ana not quotable.
a.m. Ti.. 1 1 ai- . a . nr.
jna .uii, pnicv ui KmlW Kb JC.
BUOB Balee at 8X3.9.
BUTTER Sale ot good quality In email lots at 16c i 1 1
Philadelphia Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
PHILADELPHIA, June 5.
yuioa nnchahged. wT-flrm: ealee of 40,900
bu.hei. red at ti 35i 3; whit. ti. Oorrn-
ttt 1 1 foL 1 9rt . WUtSIVrlnll Sit 1111(1911
Flo tie nnchahged. Whiit Arm; ealee of 40,0001
GREAT CUBE.
DR. LELAND'S
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND" I
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Bhenmatism, Goat tnd Neuralgia,
AND A 80B1 CUBE f 0B
Mercurial Diseases.
All
It is a conveniently arranged Band, eontalnine: a med
icated compound, to be worn around the Walat, without
to the moet delicate pereona; no change in habite
living le required, and it entirely remoTes the die
from the e;etem, without producing the ininrinu.
effecte ariaing from the uee of powerful Internal medl-1
clnee, which weaken and deetroy tbe conetitutlon, and I
temporary reuei oniy. . y inie treatment, tbe med-1
propertlet contained In the Band eome in contact I
I ne oiooa ana reach the dieeaee, through the poree I
me aain, cunning m every ineiance a perreel cure,
reetorint: the parts afflicted to a health oondllion.
Band le aleo a moetpowerful Ahti-Mercurial aeenL I
will entirely relieve theeyitem from thepernroioue I
euecie oi mercury, aioaeraw eaeea are cored In a few I
and we are oonetantly receiving teetlmonlale of ita
elhcacv in aggravated caeee of lona etandlni.
Prici 'i,00, to be had of Druggieta generally, or can I
eeniny man or expreae, wiin iuu airecuone ror nee, I
any part of the country, direct from the Principal!
Ho. 409 BR0ASWAT, Hst Tork.
G. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors.
N. B. Descriptive Olrculara Bent free.
ICP Ag-eute Wanted Everywhere.
mh28 If Iiorlitp.dfcw
FIRST
OPENING OF THE SEASON
0P
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
A.T F. ROSE'S.
AGAIN OFFER TO THE PUBLIC
entire new etock of Ooode In m line. Iiut nurch-1
In New York'at the cheapest panic ratee,all ot which I
ehait sen at tne emaiieat pronie, ror uaeh. Aty euatom
era and frienda are reepectfully Invited to call and exam
my Ooode and Prices, aa I am determined to eell aa I
or cheaper than any other honee In the city; and I
do my own uniting, ana superintend my own buel
I feel aeeured,from my lone experience inbuil
to give general eatltfactlon. The flneat of work
are employed, and all work done strictly to time and I
abort notice, and werranted to fit. Strangers vlaltina I
city would ooneult their Intereet by (Wing me a call I
purchaaing elaewhere. P. BOSK,
merchant Tailor,
marchW dly Oor. High and Town atl.
Watches! Diamonds t! Silver Ware!!!
CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF UOLD
and Silver Watches, In great variety.
am Agent for tbe Aktamioaw Watch Co , and ean
thee excellent Watches at manufacturer' prices,
Wholesale or Retail.
Com and chooee from my beautiful display of Dia
monds and other rich Jewelry. Stylesnew prices low.
to Silver Were or sterling quality, I can tbow new
patterns, very handsome.
Silver Plated Ware, Tea Sett, Urns. Wallers, Castors, I
Baskets, Pitcher, Goblet, Knives, Forks, Spoons, Ac I
Then I hav a supply of fin Table Cutlery. Pocket
Knives, Bssor, Ac, and many Fancy Good such as I
desired ror presents at tucn prices a are an induce
to in purcnaaeri Si. JSLxfIN,
no, IU Hockey Block,
martl North tide But Ilouae tquar.
S. DOYLE & CO.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In
BOOTS AND SHOESJWE
" I
Northwest Corner of High and Gay Sta.,
. -: No. 61,
COLIUtlBUS,... OHIO.
"A largs Stock of fin and Staple floods on hand."
31-dtl
Ladies' linen Focket-Handk'fs.
HEBIBIED STITCHED LINEN HAND
kerohlefia, very wide hem.
Embroidered Linen Hendk S all price.
Hemmed Stitched and plain do, do.
do do colored borders.
Mourning do black borders
do do new style croe itltched.
Pine Apple do new pattern,
lllisei' Plain and Hemmed Btltohed do all nrtnee.
Comprising th most select assortment In th cltv and
loweet price. ' BAIN As BON,
leuai . no. x Bouta High Street.
8. tV H. Te CHITTENDEN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Djt Offices, 8 J9 BroaJwey new York Olty,
and
Paaaom, Buiuiim, Columbus, Ohio.
KITCareful attention paid to Collection!.
aprll8:d0m
ST E T, L A iniWLII STELLA
SHAWLS 1 1 In all desirable colors, and at very
ireatbargaini. - BAIN As BON,
prllJ No. W South High ttreec.
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Ii fully prepared to exeaute In the
MOST ELABORATE MANNER,
AND IN
THE LATEST STYLES,
CATALOQUK3,
BRIEFS,
BILLS LADING,
BILL HI ADS,
NOTES,
DRAFTS,
CHECKS,
CIRCULARS,
PAMPHLETS,
LETTER HEADS,
LEQAL BLAMES,
DRAT RECEIPTS,
LABELS, CARDS,
ENVELOPES,
RAILROAD, INSURANCE,
And every description of
LETTER PR EM PRINTIIVG,
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terms which will compare fkvorably with the
leading Eattern Printing IToueee
Having 'every Kaoilityjto ail TJn
IN TOE PRODUCTION Of
ELEGANT POSTERS
AND
HIGHLY ILLUMINATED
SHOW ' CARDS,
w offer our services to all who may deelr that cleat
of work.
We have connected with our Eetabliehment a
BLANK BOOK BINDERY,
From which we produce the
Flnoait BlAnls. 'TOTox-ls.
AND TBI ITOST
SUPEfiB RAH. BOAS BLANK BOOKS.
OUR ESTABLISHMENT
It to beadmitted
IiVnQEST
THI 1(08T
COMPLETE IN FACILITIES,
am Tan Hoar
PERFECT I AT ORGANIZATION
In this City, and wt may add,
wills ART
Printing House In tk West.
RICHARD
KEVINS,
PROrTtOTOR.
.'ABYlBTlSlUlirr.
mm.
.. Ior th INSTANT MUST
and PIULANINT CUB I of th
4ittrln( oomplalnt
BKDTU'
BROICHIAL 0IQAKZTTK8,
Had by a B. SITIIOTJ 4t CO., 107 Haett St., H. I.
, Frko tl per box) tent free by pt.
aurt-dAwiii
THE UNION FOREVER!
TTNION ENTELopkIX-A RARITY Or
j aesigna, at t,uu pee a,uuv , , .
TOIOTlEmBaUtD tOTtttta t
. at ball tb prio obargd fey avail deeJera, .
TrTHIAD QTJAETIR8 S!o. 75 Soith Htak street,
Columbiw, Mai 8,1801. J.H.BILBY.
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Dr. J. H. XIcLEAN'S
I Strengthening Cordial and ftiootf
PU1UT1I2R. ;i
anauremiasi Haaeriia Ti Urid.
ANT) TUB
, ,X0R. l)ZLICI0iri
AND
DEUGHTTUL'
CORDIAL
EVER . TAKEN.
IT IS STRICT
ly a acientlfie and
Vegetable Oompound.
procured by tbe dleUl
ietion of Roote. Ilerbt
and Barke, ' Yellow
Dock, Blood ' Root,
Bareaparilla, Wild
OherrrBark and Dan
delion enters into lie
Before Mint" W remedial After Taking;
I principle of each Ingredient Is thoroughly extracted by
ny new method of dlitillin. nrodaciDH i.a delicirue, ex-
I hlleratlng apirlt, and the moet IMFALLIBLR remedy for
renoTaune tne dlteaeea irBwrni, iuu icKuuruiK uio
Itufferlnr and debilitated INVALID to HEAL'
BTBINGTH.
BIcLEANig STBENOTUENINU , VOHe
VIAL
Will effectually eure
LIVIR COMPLAINT, DV8P1PBIA, JADND10I,
OhrantBarNarroiuDebilltt. Diaeeeef of the Kldneye.
and all diaeaeee artalng from a dieorderavl Uver or rUm,
aoh, Dyapepeia, Heartburn, Inward Piles, Acidity or Siok-
twee oi uie Blomaon, ruiineee or nioou w mm mu, mu
pain or ewlmming in the need, rait.iation or uie uean
Fallneea or Weluht In tbe Btomach. Sour XructaUona
Ohoklng or euffocaUng feeling when lying down, Drrneei
or Yellownece of the Bkln and
iq yee. mgro eweau,
jee. Nlnht Bweata, la
ward Fevere, Pain In the email of the back.
eheet or tide.
Budden Vluehee of Heat, Depreeaion of Bplrlte, Prlghtful
Dreama, Languor, Deepondeney or any Mervoua uieeaae
Bore or Blotohe on the Bkln, ana rever ana Aiue (oi
Obllliand lever.) ,,
Over a million ef Mottlea
Have been eold during tbe laat ill month, and' In no In-
etance baa It failed In (tiring entire aatiefaction. Who,
then, will enfferrrom Weakoeee or Debility when Mo
LEAN'S BTHKNOTUBNINQ CORDIAL will core yoat
No lanvuace can convey an adequate idea or me imme
diate and almoet miraculoue ehange produced by taking
thle Cordial In the dleeaeed, debilitated and ahattered
nervoua ejetem, wbetlier broken down by exceea, weak by
nature, or impaired by eickneee, the relaxed and unatrung
organlaatlon la reetored to ita pnacine ueuin anu vigor.
fflAHHIED PERSONS, ,
Or others eonecloui of Inability, from whatever canee,
will find McLean e Strengthening Cordial a thorough
reeenerator of the xvetem: and all who may have injured
themeelvee by improper Indulgences, will find in the Oor
dial a certain ana epeeay remeay. .
To the Ladle.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
Is a sovereign andepeedyenre for
INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, WHITES
Obstructed or Difficult Henetruatlon, Incontinence of
Urine or Invo untary Dleobanre thereof, vailing or the
Womb, aiddinen, fainting and all Dlseaeea inclJne t
Female.
There la bo Mistake About it.
Suffer no lonaer. Take It according to Dlrectiene. It
wllletimulate,etrengthen and Invigorate you aadeauae
tk bloom of health to mount your cheek again . 1
Bvery bottle I warranted to fSfw aaturaetion.
FOR CHILDREN.
If your children are etckly, puny, or afflicted, UcLeanV
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robuat. Delaj
not a moment, try It, and you will be convinced.
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE,
Caption. Beware of Sngglebi or Sealers who mat
try to palm upon yon eome Bitter or Bareaparilla trash,
which tbey oan buy cheap, by eaylni It la Juat aa good,
Avoid auch men. Ask (or McLean's Strengthening Cor
dial, and take nothing eta It I th only remedy that
will purify tbe blood thoroughly and at tbe same time
strengthen the system.
une laoieepooniui taken every morning raaung, is a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chills and fever, Yellow
Fever, or any prevalent dieeaess. It la put up la large
bottle.
Price only II per bottle, or ( botllee for 5-
J. H. McLIAB,
Bole Proprietor of this Cordial, ,
Also McLean Volcanic Oil Liniment,
Principal Depot on tbe corner of Third and Pine streets,
St. Ijoui. Mo. i fj
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
Th beet Liniment In the World. Th only safe and
certain cure for Cancer. Pile. Bwellinn and Bron
chitie. or Goitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weaknea of the
Mueclea, Chronic or Inflammatory Rheumatism, Stiff
nee of the Joint, contracted Maecle or Ligament,
Bench or Toothache, Braises, Sprain, Wound, Freeh
Onta. Ulcers. Fever Bore. Oaked Breaeta Bore Nipples,
Burne, Scalds, Bore Thoat, or any Inflammation or Pain,
ne difference uoweevere, or how long th dlaeaeemay
hav axtated. McLean s Celebrated Liniment is a car
tain remedy
Thousands oinuman neinge
decrepitude and misery by the lis of this invaluable med'
to.
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC
OIL I
LINIMENT
Will relieve pain almost Instantaneously, and It wll
clean, purity and heal the foulest sorei in an incredl
ly snort time.
For Horse aad Other Animal. ;
McLean eelebrated Liniment 1 the only enfe and re-
Hable remedy for the cure of Spavin, Bing Bon, Wind
gall, Bplint, Unnatural Bumps, Node or Swellings. It
will never fail to cure Big Bead, Poll Bril, Fistula, Old
running Bore or Sweeny, If properly applied. For
Sprain, Bruise, Scratches, Bores or Wound, Cracked
Heels, Chafe, Saddle orOollar Gall It la an Infallible
remedy. Apply it as directed, and a cure la certain in
every instance.
Then trifle no longer with the many worth ieee Lini-
icnta offered to yon. Obtain a supply ot Sr. McLean e
oelebrated Liniment. It will enr you.
J. II. ITICK.F.AN Bole Proprietor,
Corner of Third and Pine Street, St. Louis, If o.
For sale by all druggists.
For sale by B0BIBTB As SAKTJK,
emOb-dAwly Columbus, Ohio.
DO YOU WANT WniSKERS?
DO YOU WANT WIIISKERS7,
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE? ;
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE!
BELLIKQH AlI'S j
CELEBRATED
IStiiiiiilatinsOnffiiciit
For the Whiskers and Hair
Th subscribers take nleaiur In announcing othel
Cltltene of the United Btetet, that they have obtained tbe
Agency for, and are now enabled to oner to in American i
public, the abov justly celebrated and world-renowned
article, to . i
STIMULATING ONGUENT
It prepared by Da. O. P. BBLLINQHAM, an eminent
physician of London, and is warranted to bring ont a
thick let ot
Whiskers or a Mustache
In frnm thnife to tli weeka. Thil article It the only on
of th kind used by th French, and In London and Paris
It Is In universal use.
It It a beautiful, economical, soothing, yet stimulating
compound, acting as If by magic upon the roots, causing
a beautiful growth of luxuriant hair. If applied to the
ecalp, It will our aaunn, and cause to spring np in
nlaca of th bald spot a fin growth of new hair. Ap-
Riiea aceo ruing to uirwuoua, win
ir tnd restore mr hair to ttt original color,
iMUnf it eon. smooth, ana nczioie. xm
mik iBdlMMBSKble articl In every eentleman'e toilet, and
after one week's use they would not forany consideration
havlthnntlt. I '
Tbe subscribe re an uie only Agent ior in ameie in
U United Bta tee, to whom all order mutt be addressed.
Prlc Oaa Dollar a box for (ale by allDruggllt and
DMlen; or a box of the "Onguent" (warranted to have
th desired effect) win be sen l u any wno uesir n, uj
HORAOIl
eonnly packed, on rootipt oi price anu
aaares - t
H0BA0I L. BXGKHAN k OO.
- stDMisra, Ac, . 1
feb20dkw6m . 4 William Street, Hew York,
Baltimore Clothing Honsiiv,
Ihes6 ets iJXjTJMi
....... . ., . , fj,i
- iiaiioraoTDaaBs ass waousata mutR at
READY-MADE CLOTHING;
' No. 308 W. Baltimore-strefjt,
(sirwita LraaXTT u ajowaan,)
" ' J ' BALTIRIORE,
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A ltrf Assortment ot Fieea tad fornlsnlnf
eooda Constantly ot Hand
OotSOdly
r BHTIiBiaENvs rCHnisnnu
AT QOODI. '
- Mowiuat In neck Tie ana nouns. . ; . ,
.... . Una and Oarrot Oollart. 1
u Embroidered Pocket Handkerchiefs
Parti Kid Glove, superior make. ,. .
Golden Hill Shirt, varion etyle.
Boy' Golden Hill ShlrU, do
i Driving and Street dlov. do M t X-l
' Hemmed Poket Handketehlefa, various tfyll
- ' 1J. if Ham .nil VnAm. Qumenta. . '
BAIN t SON,
,prlll No. M South High street.
0
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mill
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MRS,
wnjflLow,
a etpertetiaed NdTen an FaataS ftilslelan, present
to tne alien uon or mothers, her
SOO T II I N ORUP.
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING.
which greatly facilitate the process of teething, by soft
ening the ruase, reducing, all- raSaramai ion wll I allay
ALL PAII1 andepaeeaodM acUooyaMl ie-
SVUBTVItEUtlLiTeTIIE BOWELS.
Depend nnon It. molhera. 1 1 will vlv ml tn tAnruflm
,1
RZlIEr AHD BXAXnt TO TOVK.'TltrAXll.
We hare put up and cold thle article for orer ten years.
and OAN SAVIM OONFIDBNCB AND TRUTH, of it,
what we hare never been able to say of anv other medl-
elne NEVKK HAS IT FAILKD, IN A SINQLI INBT
ANOB, TO BFFB0T A CUJll, when timely need. Nev
er did we know an instance of dissatisfaction by any one
who need it. On th eontsmry, ail ar delighted with lis
operations, and speak in terms of commendation of lie
maeical effects and medical rirtnee. We eneak in this
matter WHAT Wl DO KlfOW;" after ten years' expe
rience, AND PLBDGBJ OUR REPUTATION FOB TUB
FULILLMINT OF WHAT WB BBBB DBOLARB. In
almoet every Instance where the Infant la suffering from
pain and exhaustion,' relief will be found In fifteen or
twenty minutes after theByrnp le administered.
Thle valuable reraretln la th nraeerlrrtion of one of
the most EXFlklBNCBDand SKILLFUL NUKBRS in
New England, and baa been ased with NBVBB FAIL
ING BU0CBB8 m T
T1IOCSANDS OF CASKS.
It not only relievea the ehild from pin,; ant Invigor
atee the stomach and bowel, correct acidity, and givei
tone and energy to the whole system. It will almost in
stantly relieve i if t,n . . 4 ,
GRlPiaTQ TEK BOW1LS, AHD WIND COLIC
and overcome oonvuislons, which, If not speedily rem
a lea, end in deaui. w aeiieve it we UKhT and BL'H
EST REMEDY IN TIIR WORLD, in all case ofDVS
ENTERV and DIABR1IIEA IN OHILDBEU, wbethe
it arise from teething, or from any other cause. W.
would say to every motherwho baea child suffering from
anyof tbe foregoing complaints DO NOT LET Y0DH
PHBJUDI0E8 NOR TUB PRBJCDIOES OF OlllBItb
stand between yoa and youraufferlng ohlld, and the re
lief that will be SURE ye. ABSOLUTELY SITRI to
rollow tbe.ueeof tbla mediein, If timely used. Full di
rection for using will aMoeapany each bottle. None
genuine unless the fac-almile of CURTIS at PERKINS,
lew York, le on the ontaide wrappers , im
Sold by all Druggists throughout the world.
Principal Office, 13 Ceaar Street N.V.
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
ocl27-d:wly. - '.alt
PE0F. WOOD'S
rs t.
BLOOD nEt&VATOH
Hi Is precisely what ita nam Indicate, for, whllr
Ipleaeant to tbe tail, it 1 revivlfyl ng, exhilarat-:M
.Inff. inTiiroratine and atrenetbenine to the vitall
power, and at th tame time- retlvlfir, iein j
Ivlslatee, and renewe the Blood in all Us purity, anil,!
VeVithua at once restores and render! Me tytltm rn V
toufneroMe to attack of dittatt. It Is tbe onlji
,lpre
preparation ever offered to the world, ae chemi
cally ana aaiiuuuy commnea aa to n ui mosij
powerful tonic and at the same time so perfectly
tdapted to, aa to act In perlect accordance 'With tbe!
M laws of natui, and heuce will tooth Uu wtaktrt
'ttonutcK, and tone dp the digestir organs, and
l.i ii , I . .... J 1 T .
t)
iperfectly exhilarating, and at tbe aam time it 1' j,
composed entirely of vegetable, yet so eombinedjn
a to produo the moat thorough, tonic effect, with
out producing any Injurtou consequences Suchlc
a remedy baa long been felt to be a desideratum ic
the medical world, foMt needs no medical skill to
se that debility fol Iowa all attack of diseaae. andl .
proceed and indeed laya the eyetem open to the H
insidious attacks of many of Uie most-fatal, inch, a,
'for example, aa the) following: Consumption, ln-j
Idiireetion. Dysnepsia, Loss of Appetite. Falntncts.
" Nervou Irritability, Neuralgia. Fatpitatlennf the -Ej
Heart, Melancholy,NigbtBweats,Langur,Giddi- CL
li'ioess, Retention of, aa well as Painful obstructed, fj
too profuse, or too rcant Menatruatkm, and Fall-,
ajing of the Womb. These all depend upon general
yy debility. This pure, healthy, tonic Cordial andl
rise and set. There Is no mistake about it. But yj
this la not all. If the sjstem is weakened, we arei
open to bilious attacks, the liver becomes torpid, lj
or worse aiseasea, me xmneys muse to peiiorm i
their functions, ana w are troubled with scalding
and Incontinence ot nrine, or involuntary dis
charge ot the tame, pain In the back, tide and be- , A
tween the snoaklers, exctedingly liable t
10 tiiRiit y
colds, coughs, and if unchecked, soon emacialion
(ollowt, ana tne patient goeadown to a premature .
mi?
grave. But space win not allow us to enumerate I I
tbe many Ills to which we are liable In a weakened.
condition of the system. But we will say, in this.
Cordial and Blood Renovator you have a perfect, LJ
safe, pleasant and effectual remedy for lest ofM
AnnfflilA. Hlllnnsness. Vlaftl1f.nM. WMlr Anil .i.-b.V
Stomach, Languor, Liver Complaint, Chills andj
.Pever, or any Bflioua attack, Cottiveness, Acidity
of the Btomach, nervousness, neuralgia, ralpita-1.
tlon of the Heart, re aelon or Bpiiitstores,
(J i Pimples on the Face or any disiaa ariaing.
impure blood, such aa Scrofula, Errsipelae,
Olxlaa of disease called female weakness, and M
enumerated above. We will also say the traveler LJ
nuia. uouau. aimcuiiy oi ureauiuiK. ana annual
er, will find ita pleasant, sale and sure remedy.'M
K and none should ever travel without. Reader.; &
r .try it, for we assure you you will find in ItalrieoJi
Indeed, u well a a friend In need. All persons of
r itedentary habits will find it a perfect prerenlire of fl
at well at cure for those ailments to which ihey lie; V
particularly exposed. ltenoeminuters,atuaents,at
lorneya, literary gentlemen ,and todies who are no:
t accustomed to much outdoor exercise, will find It
I to their advantage to keep a bottle constantly on
hand; and, abov all. mother, or those becoming
such; will go through that most dangerous period
not only wth all their accustomed strength, but
q
safe and free from tbe thousand ailments so prey
alentamong tbe female portion of th world. In
3
ishort, it it indeed a mother's cordial j Try it, olil
and young; no longer run tne riskoi delay; it will
relieve and prove itself emphatically tMatora
iM Cordial and Blood Hmovator,
0
Pi:
O.J. WOOD , proprietor.. 444 Broadway, New
York, ana in eiarne t street, Bb-baaia, no., and
nM bw ltnniRT Ac 8AUUEL. Atnlumhiia. Oliln
n.and all good: Druggittai Price On-Dollar
H per Bottle.
march -dAwow ly
NEWARK MAOHINE yOfeKS,
'- NEW ABK Olid. 'ilAUt
iriannfacttirera of all KlieeUe )l For
table ana statienary eienm e.n
srlne, Maw mill. OH tflilta,
' - r... Ac 3.ai(
LAXS& BoblKi Sealmi E. tt I. BLAND T Beaten!
MACELVS CO. BtiitentUr BSPJPRD
4 cp.ntate-rrtlr---'
:0ur fortable Engine tnd Saw 11111
Was awarded th tint premium of t50 at the Indiana
Sale tali tee lFtoVrvet Lattett fiodMtCt V Vceount of
PricOr lightness, aimpl(cUye econf my of (uel
tncl auparlor 9vcteroJ,umber sawetl.
Onr Stationary InglnewaWAJ-Je4.,at. the tarn Fair
the Ant premium of t'A , .-. .Jr.v-1-
Our rortabl alngtn waa awanua jiie pirmiu oi
tlUU at th Pair at Memphis, Tenn over -Blindy'a Du-
vall't, Oolnmbut Machine Co's., and Braiirord a oe'e-.
by a cemaltte
lor price
CvrnecVpgtacat . a tf ;.
OoliinaTatxa ymo.
W Br;! POTTS : & CO.,
and MannfactureT 6f Bras and OompottUon Outlngr,
, flnithea 11 nun nor m an vecnpvn.
Electro Plating - end Gilding ! !
- STENCIL CUTTING, &C.
, febi 'si-diy -;-m'.v;-"?'7 1
WAKTEn.-ArtENS'TO SELL
packages of STATION KB? ui JEWBLKY, at
price one-third less than ean be purchased elsewhere
Call on or address (stamp enclosed) t. L. BAILBY, No
151 Oourt St., Botton, Ut. march SB d:'e.
V2"n .- " I
4
TiTinrfinn a mrnn
Oil
of pjacitcfi f w W'l-
and terms atuimij ' ; -111 . n
.u&tlVcl..V'4 N-varhlo.
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