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' FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 7; 1861.
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LOCAL MATTERS.
Tlio AduuiB Express Company places as dally
uuder obligation to it for tha very latent papers
r--.. ..?-. i.
' Irom the eastern cities
Tun American Express Company baa our
thanks (or its dally favors In the sbape of the
very latent eastern papers.
A Brick. The Toledo Timet tells the fol
lowing yarns
Barney McMullsn Is a brick. He some
times feels "some military," and dons his mill
tary rig, ooat, sword, epaulettes, cap and lime
(lie was lormerly a member of the Shields
""" """gaiiaufc company . m ex-
iatanPA.l anil anlliaa fn.lli An ihm (,, tn ahm. I 0
V-
or and on being asked what provocation the a
j D ,,. " "r " , o"-s . I
Snrore military iiluto, ho replied: "Plaae I
your Honor, I owed the nigger one; I consider
lstence,) and sallies forth on the street to show I
that he is a gallant soldier in daring and cour
age. Thus dressed a la milataite, yesterday I
morning, ne was proceeaiog aiong one 01 our I
streets, wben be met a strapping big darkey, I
ana tne nrst salutation tbal Barney gave film
was to let tho said darker have one of his I
"maulers" In the face, which made tbeolaretl.
run from the aforesaid darkey's countenance.
ror m s u.rney waa arraigned before tbe May.
that he is the oauae of all our trouble, so I i-av.
oim a Kina 01 a smeller on ma pnynignominy,
to show my resentment." Barney was fined
$10, including costs, which of course he paid.
. ComciDCNoi It is said that Miss SrivroBs,
to whom Colonel Ellsworth was engaged to be
married, is the great niece of General Josxra
Warren, who fell on Bunker Hill. She is the
great grand daughter of the late Dr. John War
rem, of Boston, the father of the late Dr. John
C. Warren. If this Is bo, it is a remarkable
circumstance that the young lady should be con
nected 0
7
with the first prominent martyr of
American Revolution, and with the first commissioned
officer slain in the conflict of 18C1.
Acquu Creek. Acqula Creek, the location
of tbe battery that has been attacked by the
Uuited States shipi, is a small river in Stafford
oounty, Va , flowing into the Potomao, fifty-five
miles below Washington. The river Is navl
gable tor a short distance by small craft, and is
connected with Washington by a steamboat
line, and with Richmond by tbe Richmond
Fredericksburg & Potomao Railroad.
ST Two new Companies of volunteers ar
rired in the city last night, and went into quar
ters at Camp Jackson.
Toreo or four Companies of three years' vol
unteers, from Camp Dcnnison, passed through
tbe city last night, on a visit to their homes, on
furlough.
ID Pbillippi, the site of the Secession camp
which was taken on Monday, is the county town
of Barbour county, Va. It is situated near the
foot of the Allcghcnies, on Tygart Valley river,
about twenty miles south of Grafton, which is
on the Baltimore snd Ohio Railroad.
UTTho eight companies of the Nineteenth
Regiment (Col. Bcattt'b), now at Camp God'
dard, Zinesville, have received orders to hold
themselves in readiness for marching orders.
The other two companies belonging to this regl
ment are at Camp Jtfl'oraon, Bellalr.
07 Tbe Directors of tbe Penitentiary have
awarded the contract for supplying etone, &c.,
for the ereotion of a etorchouEe, to Bcnjamin
Stdttlir, of Franklinton, and the contract for
tin-roofing the foundry to St. Clair & Scott.
O" Governor Denmson, on Wednesday, des
patched William A. Platt, Esq., of this city.
with ample powers to furnish the. First and Sec
ond Ohio Regiments with all the clothing that
may be needed.
0A friend in conversation with Rogers said,
"I never put my razor in hot water, as I find it
Injures tbe temper of the blade." "No doubt
of it," said the poot, "show me the blade that
would not be out of temper, if plunged into hot
water "
ST The Commissioners ot Cuyahoga county
have appointed A. M. Borke County Treasur
er, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death
of his brother, Harvit Burke, the late Treas
urer. ST Capt. Candy's Company of volunteers,
from Bellefontaino, Logan county, arrived in
this city on Wednesday, They have enlisted
for three years.
ST "I think I have seen you before, sir: are
you not Owen Smith?'! "Oh, yes, I'm owin
Smith, and owin Jones, and owin' Brown, and
owin' every body." '
Gen. Scott's Birthday. Next Thursday,
June. 13, will be General Son's birthday.
Authorities differ as to whether; be was born In
1785 or 178C.
ST The Ztoejville Cornier says that tbe
prospect for a good wheat crop was never more
encouraging in that vicinity than at the present
time.' "
The Cannibal! A man advertises in a
Poughkeepaie paper, ''Wanted, a middle-aged
woman to cook." ; , . ,
BT It Is stated that the cost of feedbg the
Indiana troops in camp will not exceed thirteen
cents per day. . . .
Gin. Carrinoton has resigned his place as a
member of the Board of Examiners of the U.
S. Military Academy at West Point.
ST Gov. Griiner, of the Columbus Gazette,
has been appointed Receiver of Publio Moneys
for tbe Territory of New Mexico. . ...
ST Col. Robert Anderson, U. S."A , went
down to Louisville from Cincinnati, on Wednec-day.-,,.,
a - . . .!
Rail Road Time Table.
L in li Hum Colombo! Xnru B. B. .
Leavea. . . Arrives.
Cincinnati Joeommodatlon. 8:00 A. M. 9:05 P. M.
lapnaa n:50 A. M. 11:03 A. M.
Mall Aeeommodattnn...... 130 P. M. S 55 P. M,
MlahtllxpreM vlaBayton.lSiOOmMnight. 8:20 A. M.
t- W. Dobsrtt, Agent.
Colonics fc Ouvelaitd B. B. .
Nl(ht Bxprne..'... ....... .8:40 A. M. U :45P.M.
Nee- York Bxprei 11:10 A.M. 11:10 A.M.
Mill and Accommodation.. 3:20 P. M. -.i0 p Mi
Jakis PATTiMoa, Agant.
.
OarnubOnioB. B. .,- . ., . . 4,.. -
No. 1 Ixprea 8:30 A. M. 11:38 A; M.
No.9 do .11:18 A.M. 1145 P.M.
No. 3 do 3:10 P. M. ' 4:50 A. If.
W. J Pill, Agent.
Pmwciion, OoLCMiC! fc OwoumATt B.B.
Mall Train 3.30 A.M. 11:39 A.M.
Sxpreaa Train. ............n. 11:18 A. M. 11:45 P. M.
Joe. Boiikion, Agents
CoLCMBoe 4k InntiKoroiM, B. B. 1 - - '
OoLoxaos Pwoa fc Iiaiia B. B. .' .'
No. 1 Xxpren.... ........ 6:30 A. M. 8 55 P, M
No. 8 " ... 3.80 P. M. 8:80 P. M
Aooomraodatlon ,
10:50 A, M
The Little Giant Not Douglas, nor Breck
Inrldge, nor even "Old Abe," but James Ptli's
Dietetic Baleraturf, that In its own department
possesses mora strength and purity than all, of
them. AH other kinds are pigmies to It. De
pot, 345 Washington Street, New York. Sold
COLUMBUS POST OFFICE.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
DEPARTURES.
I daily (sundayi excepted) at 9 o'oiock p. m.
w"jr ml 1, "
I "pteaj at o'clock p. m.
-.
t.-uurgu, cieuoenviuo way, Cleveland, ianoiviue,
d) at 8 o'clock p. m.
inrougo mall for New York ana Cleveland oloui
Central Ohio Wa Mall .IniMdaMv fBnnda-a eXMtntn
at 1(1 o'clock a. m.
Cincinnati WawMalt -.loaaa dall . flnndawa anrta.l.
lu o'clock a. m. ' '
flhlu .. 1 T -1 1. . I
""iiku, iuuuijbv. AJviawarv, a-enou ana rruruiing.
Ion Main oloaee dally (Sunday! excepted) at o'clock
P'"1- . ,
"'l' fSr3c,n' Bprlngfle d, Dayton, Toledo, Olncln-
on, inaianapoiu, ..oulivllle, Bt. Louii, and Detroit,
clotea daily (Sundayi excepted) at 8 o'clock p.m.
A tnroutn mall to Xania. SnrinirflaM anil (lincinn.H
cioaea daily (gundaya excepted) at loo'ciock a. m.
andl?
Lancaiter, Logan, Nelwnvlile, Clrelevllle, Chllllco
Porumoutu: wLhington O.HV Ath.n.;
iiooroum main cioae daily (uundaya excepted) at 8
Clock D. m.
1 lait Way Mall b, National Bead to Zan..llle olo.ee
dan (Sundayi excepted) at IS o'clock m.
Harriiburgnlialloioaea dally (dundayi excepted) at 8
Dublin UaUcloieidatlj(8undayaex6epUU)at 3 o'oiock
m.
Puubo"4loK"
--1 uF.uiBuu. uuisuuiiu, vuimoouio, 01. iiooia, i
all Bantbern cltlea, arrive between the noon of S
.ffi:"' ,? .J IT
Malla from WaahlmrfAn Pit, H.1tmAM nn,uiu I
0,6. B. B, Wav Mail arrw at is n vi onk m i
&t2S'iJ&l?ft - -
Lancaater Mall arrivea at 0 a'elnek n. m. " I
Eut Way Mall over the NaUonal Boal anires at 1)
'aocaeter Way Mall elotea dally (Sundayi excepted) at I
Ql,KK m
Mllll . KtwVk'? PM1.,.,ku .,.
'S'JAV 01PO". wo sua imtraque arrive
'clock a. m
Mt. Vernon Way Hall arrive! at 11:00 a. m.
Mall from Dublin arrivea at IS o'clock m.
Urban Way Mall arrivea at 0 o'clock p. m.
B,i v.ii .uifniiiiu oiuca a. m.
Lanoaater Way Mail arrive! at IS o'clock m,
o'clock In the evening.
Office delivery open everyday (except Sunday) from
o'clock a. m. to H o'oiock p. m. Open on Sundayi
"jv me morning, ana irom s to a
JOHN GRAHAM P. M.
TELEGRAPHIC!
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
Dispatches from Washington.
[Special to the Tribune.]
WASHINGTON, June 5.
person recently from Riohmond says the
troops march at nicht withont mnaln. Ti,
tonrnala
" . w VH,w,"u,y "CDW WWBl I
The Union men are in jail a.'hoitages for the
safety of secessionists in the hands ot the Oo..
ernment.
Many of the cannon at Norfolk have been
moved and deposited alons tbe line. tof-J.
when Norfolk-shall be taken.
The brothers of Col. eii..rah'. ......i. ...
believed to be the mnrrira nf . R7.t. , :
aaiAMa ffll a a .
com-
..tin,,. fY . . .
i"'""' 1 uey nre saia to nave a
pany of 15 or 20 men, finely mounted.
ratriax oonatv will ha nruit.4 1. tk.
Wbeellnat Convention hv
I j, J - uw u.is
uncu urivtn irom mere.
A man whose assumed name waa W!lllam.
u eD or tne Oovernmont, was arrested at
"rper rerry, yesterday, and immediately
nun? as a anv. '
Private di8natchiH frnm f1 flfflrlAM In llxa l
a . r . wauwva All Hint i
oimiyamrm mat tbe total number of disunion
troops at Harner's Ferrv. nn Mmul.
did not exceed 7.000. Nearlv all .r. nnii
more than half dressed, and all only half fed.
n.uiuo uui were euner entireiv without arms.
v. Hucu bu bo not to do euioient.
iispatcnes irom our M In itera abroad ri
gratifying evidence of better feeling toward our
wicruuidut, jue united sentiment of the
North, and the firm, dignified, but temperate
The
riet
fire
She
from
ed
tenor of the instruction! frnm th nana.tmant
of Bute to our dinlomatie
urciga oaoineis mat we nave courage, ipirit and
resolution athome.and will vinrti nat. mil r't oht.
knnn. . n . - t. 1-1 I . -. . . , O ,
ww.iv. muu (vrriHinat iniegntj aoroau.
if earn tne Austrian Uablnet have declined
ra receive Mr. nurlineame. Hia n mii oii lahnm
his agency in procuring the passage of the bill
raising tne sarainian legation to a full mis
sion. '
[Dispatch to the World.]
A Uree amount of rollinc mtnolr f,nm i.
Pennsylvania Railroad has arrived here, to be
used in transporting troops and munitions of
war in me comemniatea advan nn Man.....
Junction. Orders have been issued to-night for
tbree transport steamers to be fixed np snd kept
ready at a moment's notice.
Ur. Cansta, a well-known nhvsiclan of thin
oity, wae captured in Maryland, 25 miles above
the city, by a party of Virginia secessionists,
jeeveruay, wnicn causea considerable azo te.
ment.
A Government COrDS of telecranhls emrtneara.
under tbe superintendence of Mr. Alfred D. TaU
con, commenced to day roerectlng the lines ex
tending along the Orange and Alexandria Rail
road, and have proceeded as far aa Cloud'a Mills.
about four miles from Alexandria.
several of the rebel prisoners, now confined
on board tbe Powbattan at the Navy Yard,
sent a petition to Gen. Mansfield to-night, ask
ing to be permitted to take the oath of alle
giance, so that they may be released.
Tbe Common Council of Petersburg has vot
ed to enroll all the white males in the city from
16 to 50 years old. ,
[Special to the Herald.]
The position of Mai. Gen. Banks was finallv
settled to day. The President, against all ar
gument to the contrary, backed by Gen. Scott,
determined that Gen. Banks shall take tbe field
at the bead of a column operating on the coast,
in connection with Gen. Butler. Gon. Banks
will assume his command at once.
It la reported to-nleht authoritativelv that
Federal scouts hsd captured a rebel pay agent,
lust this side of Harper's Ferrv. with 150.000.
which was to pay the troops at Harper's Ferry.
Information waa received here this mornine
of the destruction of the Baltimore and Ohio
R. R, bridge across Sleepy Creek, on the bor
ders of Md., and about 20 miles from Harper's
rerrv. i : .
Col. Bartlett, of the Naval Brlsrade. states
that Gen. Butler has orders from the President
and Secretary of War to accept the Naval Bri
gade, with the full compliment of 1,200 men
and 80 offloers, as ordered by the President on
the22dofMsy.
In the New Orleans mail which reached the
Washington Postofflce yesterday, via Pitts
burgh, was by mistake a letter addressed to
Postmaster General Regan containing applica
tion for tbe contract to carry the mail in the
Confederate States. .
[Commercial's Dispatch.]
Col. Cummlnrs, of the WorW newspaper, has
been appointed Brigadier General, prior to an
appointment as Quarter Master General.
A large quantity of letters received here des
tined for the South are stopped. ,
[Special to the Post.]
Marshal Bonifaot, of Baltimore, has begun a
thorough work against the Maryland rebels,
Yesterday, large quantities ot powder and otner
contrabands, also a considerable amount of
specie, evidently Intended for the rebels, were
seised and put in a saie piace. i ne government
has approved of the Marshal's acts. .
Two brass guns belonging to the New York
7th Regiment were found to-day aboard a rebel
schooner at Alexandria, the oaptain of which
refused to bolst tbe federal nag, wben a mem
ber of the New York 9th Regiment shot him
in the band.
. Secretary Seward remarked this morning that
he expected to beat very toon of sharp work at
Harper's ferry. .
Before oloslne the costal communications In
the rebellious States, the Department sent cir
culars to all Southern Postmasters, Informing
mem oi tne intended suspension. A large num
ber have replied, wpresslng loyalty to the Gov
Several Of the three mnntha tvnnna In Vlr.
glnia are to be removed and replaced by three
veare volunteer!. .... '
A citizen-. from Baltimore- says' be 'saw and
convened wuu jeauregara at manassu Juno
uon lass Duuuay.
It la understood hers that thereh1ahaWni
secret agente w rszii, to rorsa an alliance with
that Dower.'-- ' ...
, The cavalry company captured at Alexandria
took the oath of alieglanoe to the Government
to-oay, ana were released.
Tat M9b;ivu? mflj mij for sen, Al1
the other steamers here have steam up,
to depart al a moment's notice.
Additional troops have been ordered
Cbambersburg, .ndiaatlog an early advance
mroer'a Ferrv. Prohahi an att.ar.lr -in tab
i piaco to-morrow.
meaiaieiy no many or tne tbree months'
win remain aunng ine War. TD6 result
deolde tne Administration relatire to oalllng
wu a, new levy.
mere seems no doubt that Beauregard is pre
paring iur an aavanoo upon Alexandria.
The Postmaster at Memphis refusing to dig
tribute the mails, the Postmaster General
at
I j .. , , . -
aerd the Memphis office to be discontinued
nd all postmasters to forward to the Dead Let
tor Offlee all matter directed to Memnhla.
..hawlni. . M.t . - -7i
" nv"B been reported that a quantity
riua was stored at Havana unoer tha HriHoh
flag for the Confederates, a letter received from
previously engaged
L at'entlon nd.th.a impossible to land
as stated.-
i ne government of the Island would not DSrmit
I lilt!. I ... v
A Snanlal, H . '5 it
I A HP"Bn House ordered from Belgium sev.
ety thousand rifles for speculation. The house
ei '"ousand rejected Spaoisb muskets have
been sent to Southern norm.
A letter received from Lieut. Craven, of the
Steamer Crusader, at Key West, says tub. as dti
talned for Gorffrnmnnt 111 a tha naamaa fl.i
"-. w ui cu uapiureo tne oiaroilue west.
The bark mMhuIa )' .hi.h ...j ...i
Key West, notwithstandine Southern re'
Ports.
ThA rahaTa m.rl. M..l - -
'eng aoout May auth. mvlously, Capt(
Adams Informed BragR that the port was strict
If blockaded. Braffff renlied that h a nnnAe,eA
the notification a virtual acknowledgment of tho
-.ifuiinuin iu iuo -uuDieuuraie oiaiea, told
Capt. Adams to consider the port closed against
in vuiwu oiaiea vessels, ana mat be would not
permit any to enter except a dispatch boat with
r-. 1, d. .
. ln tD8 Fr'z Court session at Washington to-
u"7i ""ferai vessels were returned to their own
era.
The Po6tofflce Department received a copy of
Reagan Confederatn oirnnla.
0...7U T . . iimuuvillil
uamiaaiera iu reuiin an man Dags,
iCu'l ,' ,UmP8 anl 011 property oonnected
mtu tue poeiai service, and thnlariffapan.n.n,.
to tbe 15th of Mav. ahnvlnir tfia fin.l kl., .
" . J ' a w wim wmBiiVO
Military matters to-dav at WiQMn.t.n ...
T""1" "'" uouaaai caution. Keimble In-
urujttuuu ia unattainable.
From New York.
NEW YORK, June 6.
SoIaV.Seffif iZEV' k"" 8H,"d
a?u.a1e.d l reaI Per "ale- .
'"1V"" commerce baa renolved to
Anders and LTnT Si,.. U TaJ'
a i.a wuuiicr bdu nc&rDB
worth rifl . wn'ngton brought more Whit.
?rt.b' ?ed clnDan tot th government, from
""'": u ?arF?
A dispatch to tbo Tribune
nessed the firing from Newport News with good
ghusesbelieve shells irom tbe Harriet Lane
took effect within tbo works, and cars were
e' on, ills conjectured, with tbe dead.
battery has ten or twelve guns. Tbe Har
Lane's purpose was merely to feel their
and determine tho character of tbe work.
received one shot through tbe bulwarks
a rifled gun.
There is another battery a short distance fur
ther np tbe James River, and it is evidently the
purpose of the rebels to fortify the shore at va
rious points, fearing that Gen. Butler may land
forces on that side of the river, with a view of
commanding the rear of Norfolk and cut off
railroad connection with the South and Rich
mond. Large numbers of laborers are engag.
In throwing UD fortifinatinna in th.. ...oh
borhood of Pig Point.
.
to-day,
E
NEW YORK, June 6. From Fortress Monroe---Engagement
NEW YORK, June 6. From Fortress Monroe---Engagement Between the Harriet Lane and a
Virginia Battery.
FORTRESS MONROE, June 5.
(VIA BALTIMORE, June 6.)
This morntnc the Harriet 1.
about 50 shots with the Pic Point ha ttAPV. final.
ly opposite New Point News, on James river.
one received two shots and had fiv. man nnnj.
ed severely. She was about of a mile from
the battery. Having seven embrasures which
disclosed heavy pieces, two of tbe Harriet
Lane's shells burst immediately over them.
Thenlcht before last. five.
nearly to the half-way-house between Hampton
Gen. Butler baa flDenfc tha
- . j ..v.. .viui
new,,
-a
Message the Governor of
Hampshire.
CONCORD, June 6.
Gov. Barnes' mossacra to the l.pciltn. , n
day calls immediate attention to measures that
snaii am me general government in resisting
the rebellion waced aeainst our inatitntlnna. nri
trusts New Hampshire will be behind none ofl
uer eiewr ou.ee in tne appropriation or men and
money ior mis (purpose. He recommends the
organization of at least 1 regiment for . .
1 1 . L -!.. , , . . .... - J
cuuuiy m iue oiate ro do tnorougniy drilled and
equipped for servicr, at the call of the Legisla
ture. r
From Cairo.
CAIRO, Ill., June 6.
General Prentiss, havinc lnarnnri ih.
Kentucky secessionists had established a camn
at Elliott's Mills, Ky., ten miles from here, sent
two companies to that dace. When th. ..
rived, the enemy had fled.
uoionei wioaiine.who represents 'Kentucky
a semi offlclall character, viairerl n.n..i
Prentiss to day for tbe DUrnoaa of arntoatinir
against this invasion of Kentucky soil. Gen.
Prentiss showed several letters from the west
ern part of the State, asking protection from
ruffianism, and declared It hin
send troops In whatever direotion and npon such
soil as his government ordered. . I
israei Biancnard, another secession sympa
thizer, livlne near Carbondl. h
ed, and sett to Springfield for trial for treason.
?""'
From Chambersburg.
CHAMBERSBURG, June 6.
Clinton ReUtch. a wealth anAaainnl ...
shot last night by a Union man, at Williams
port. Reutoh boasted that he oould whin any
Unionist living. r 1
All news concerning the proposed advanoe of
troops is strictly prohibited by the commanding
General. Several regiments are hourly ex
pected. The troops are eager to meet the enemy.
muveuieu win certainly oegin tomor.
From Louisville.
LOUISVILLE, May 6.
..
Tbe Cantalns of tha hri
Panama, aod the flchooner MermaM.
off the mouths of the Mississippi by the priva-
Hcra, pseneu turouKD nere, oouna eastward, to
day. They represented that they knew noth
ing of the letters of marque, and supposed their
captors to be pilots. -
The McDonald Habeas Corpus Case.
SPRINGFIELD, June 6.
arrived here last evening hav
ing In dharee Cant. Emmett McDonald, of St.
Louis, who was brought before Judge Treat, of
tne u. a. District umrt, tnis morning, Time
has been given the District Attorney to exam
ine into the case. . : i .
I
ent
The Steamer "Maid of the Mist"
Passed through the Rapids.
SUSPENSION BRIDGE, June 6.
Tbe steamer Maid of the Mist passed down
through the rapids at half past three P. M., un
der the Suspension Bridge. She lost her smoke
upe below tbe bridge; otherwise she is apparent
y safe. There was great excitement here at
tne time.. ,' - - -v-
From Boston.
BOSTON, June 6.
The following offloers of the frigate Suique
hanna, which arrived this morning, have resign
ed: Commander, Geo. H. Hollins; J. N. Barney,
1st Lieutenant; also, the Parser and 3 midship
men, . .The Susquehanna Is now at the Navy
a " "
.
TORONTO, June 6.
.
ic During isle yesterday, timber rafts to the
extent ot 1 10.Q . 0 ere lost la the lake near tut
place.
From Chicago.
CHICAGO, June 6.
on
men
Witt
board of at an early hour
to-day, until Saturday, as a mark of respect
toe memory oi tne late Denstorvoueias.
The banks of the city will also be closed to
morrow.
Flour dull; wheat firm at 73a for No. 1 j corn
nrmer at 200 afloat ror yenow j oats quiet. Ke
eelDtst 3.5U0 bbla flour 1 685 bush wheat: 75.-
000 corn. Shipments: 6,000 bbls flour; 91,000
bush wheat; 70.000 corn Freights firm: 6 fori
corn , Q4 tot wheat to isunalo. .xcbange on
a. 1 . uair per cent, discount lor gold.
Boiler Explosion in Bellevue.
BELLEVUE, June 6.
of
Tbe boiler of J. B. Hlgbo & Co.'s steam floor
mm bursted tbis r, Al. me engineer, J.M.I
Ferry, and tbe head miller, Mr. Thos. Irwin.
were fatally lo ured. x oe Dunning in which
the boiler stood is completely demolished.
Pieces of it were thrown to a great distance.
Une end of tbe boiler was thrown aeainst a
bouse, crushing It completely through. None
of the inmates were Injured. The Interior of I
the mill is not much damaged.
Robbery at Scranton, Pa.
SCRANTON, PA., June 6.
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The bankine house of Gillespie, Fierce It, Co.
was entered by burglars last night, and $7,000 1
were taken, a bey first entered tbe dwelling I
oi one or tne partners, ana got toe Keys irom I
nis pocket. $2,uuu are onerea lor tbe apprehen
sion of the burglars. :
NEW YORK, June 6.
The sloop of war Vandalia sailed yesterday to I
!-! il.l.ll.j, . J 'I
juiu iue DiocKaaing iquaaroo.
THE MARKETS.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, June 6.
FLOUR Recelnti of 14.080 bbli! m.rv.t ..j
In fevor of baton: ealeint 8.000 bble at t4,8034 00 for
mperfloe itate: Sia5 IS for extra ataia: ai .s.a n
forinperane wexern; S 38(33 S3 tot ihlpplnE brand!
extra Rouod Hoop Ohio. '
KIM FLOUK HteadV at S3 1024.
WAEAT Reoelnta of Ki 212 hn.h.i.. .......
lower aradei and da II and deollnlns for nnaonnd: )
lOP.OflO bn,baliatg4(a.l I0fr fihi...- a-...-". 2l T,'?
1 15 for Mil Club;' SI 10 for very choice gadm eDrk?
1 13 for Amber, SI 50 for White Ind. P r
nis uniei ao-oeo.
BARLKY dull at5-4365o.
COBN-Recelpte of B1.155 boih.; market nnohaa.ed
le of 46,1 00 buih. at 31o old mixed is7 . '
mlxrt; 46H47o. fomew Wettern yellow
OATS-dull at 38S33o. for Weatern, Canadian and
State.
PORK-dull: imallial.a nf am nn r.m... ...
009 19 S3 for prime. -. ,.
BEEF qnlet; aalea of SO bble.
OCT M ATS dull and nnohanied.
LARD steady, nlei of 230 bble. at 9Bic.
HUrTTEFt In fair r,n..,.t sail-. ...
15.. for state. ' ' w ,UI wu'0' ua "
OIIEKBE eteadvat &2r-
nnLV"".".' b"":"5) bbHatl0KlXa.
- - -v "'"".I aml JUO ail
BUG ARB eonllnna h.av .. jnti. -i. . n . . I
4u..n. ' i " oi uooa at I
my LASSES negleeted.
STOCKS dull and ratha. a..l.. u ....
and frl, off.rrf on call at 4 nVeen,. on Si"
chanie nom nail, nn.h.n.- ?.. . .
37i; Pan. 1 07. Har )00if; P mall 63. Erie 81
Hr preferred S8; O T SIX. Hi r ot lla iTa
ai??SriD8
40, Ohio of 80, DO: N Y leolea 3'. ItU. Ti. i52
Hi u 8 O'l 81, o.upeni 84x. ' '
Cincinnati Market.
EVENING, June 5.
.. . . .
. ; .ww.j uuiiHiw.ai7VU
theiale of a large amount of coSee in lolaat 13 tol.K.
MOLA8LKS-I, inactive and dull at 3031o for cv
pre. and oak!. "
BUOAllB-Areflrm, though Mlllng only ln a imall
FLOUE Tha murlcat rem aim mhnt i h.. u
ported of. guperBnewai perhjni a trifle more aai.ahia
but It euler buying than lell.ng at the quota
tlone S4 45 to S4Srn, ,,n..Hn. a 7
wrS'fin.rorna,f "y' 5nd ,hno 10 83 ,or laolly.
WHBAT nad a dull market at ttkana
White Wh"0' aDd 1 15 torcholee Kentucky
CORK-Wu lold at S8e, and dliUUers are not dlipoe.
wrl rTJaliV.'. hiSh." flg2""' thouh "" ""1 not
O t a0"' lowr fluurei than 30a,
fni?tf.h,MVWV ,old t,T to 1UoUed at 60c
well! P ' . mt WM ,ri,, doing
BYE li held firmly at o"2a.'
WlllfKV-... I- i.7... . . .
r..rf;V:.."7.i ,o.",, 'V, and more
j .uubu u, Lum, June u.
We
Cleveland Market.
June 5, 1861.
- S5 bbli white double extra at 15 50
decline; 80 bbl. red do at ti 00, and 100 bbli do at
WH EAT Remain! extremely dull. Miller! are hold
tJ.: i , 2. "-i? tn 8le " can red on
OORN Dallas ever and not nn.i.M. .... ,.
oeot for irn.ll ln,. "
OATS Dull at 2Ja.
BOITER-DulI. Sale of 900 t, common packed at
B1K ATH-O Airs nf 1 tnrx 3
Shoulder, at 5 an, 7o rMperflv,.; " """"
vaniTa-Dri.ri nm. ... ...
Peachee at 1913o. "
Hams
t 3:,
and
and
Buffalo Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
BUFFALO, June 6.
Iloor Market anlet and nnohanH . w..h
more doing thie efternoonj aalea of 80.000 buth
ele Milwankee Olub 90a,i. flnar)n i- .
,000 bmheli at 60o. Oan Onlat; ... on nun
. Kr-nomlnal at 14 x canal Vorte de
to HX, on Corn 1H. Wheat to New York lake
6 5U0 bbli. flour 30,000; Wheat 8 000: Corn
exporu 8,000 bbli; Flour 70,000: Wheat 189 000
buahela. '
Oswego Market.
OSWEGO, June 6.
Floor Declined 25o: eal.i at as Do fa ...... h..j.
?".,.k,tJ?r a"','0 doidedly flat no lalea. Canal Eorti
.i!ur S8: Wneat fli 0ora 7' fork Lake
Import! BOO boihele floor 15,300 buiheli Wheat; IV 300
Corn. Canal Exnorti: 4.7AJ V
Corn. '
Philadelphia Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
PHILADELPHIA, June 6.
Flour Inactive. Whiit dnil. ta ai :-. i ta
.hl.!J? 40IM Ooaa-buoyanl, salee of 3.000 buih.
.,8i" Prnioni-very duil. WaiaKT-4ull at
Wholesale and Retail Depot for
FAMILY GROCERIES.
No. 106 South Hiffh Street
Win. HcDOMLD,
DEALER IN '
TEAS,
FINE & STAPLE GROCERIES,
TV ITT lTPTD IrinTninn..
Dally rrlval f Oeeda "
For tho Full and Winter Trade
Of :186Q61
IHritETUKNINO SINCERE TUANKS
THE PUBLIC for paat favors and patron
ind being DETERMINED to HIEBIT
aeontlnaance of lame by strict attest tla te
trade, and prompt delirery al Goode,
would call the notice of the publio to the hot that
having ..Large and well selected Stack en
hand, andbelng In'dally reoelpt of foods boa the differ
market!, I flatter myeelf that I can offer to the clU-
of Ooluobus, or to any who Bay desire to purcbue.
uiortment of artlolee appertaining te the QBOOIKT
trade, UN EQUALED by any botue in the city.
price and quality of the goodi offered, I guar
antee to give aatlafaotlon. .
Goodi Delivered Free of Charge.
aovS7. . - . TMi MoDONALD.
WE
Notice,
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS
THE FOLLOWING CHANGES "WERE
made In the the officer! of thie Bank. Janaarv 8Sth.
1H61, to wlb W. A. Putt, Pnaldant, ead Tao-Ue
SlooBia, Caihler. reiiined their effloee. Davis TavLoa,
Ktq., wai then elected President and Wa. A. Platt ap.
pointed Caihler.
By order of the Board of Dlrsotore.
ftbS, 1801-dtf. ... W.A.PLAIT, Caahlar.-
SKtiti
Vf paekairea of BTATIONBBV sad JlWILST, at
prices one-third len than oan be purohaied eleewhere
Call on or addreae (itamp WQUind; l BAlLBlf, Be
S-SXSMWWBn
to I
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TOE OHIO STATESMAN STEAM
BOOK AND JOB
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-PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT
Having tncreaatd Its already
EXTENSIVE FACILITIES,
Ie fully prepared to execute ln the
MOST ELABORATE MANNER,
AND IK
THE LATEST STYLES,
CATALOGUES,
BRIEFS,
BILLS LADINU,
BILL BEADS,
NOTES,
DBAFT3,
CHECKS,
CIR0DXAH3,
PAMPHLETS,
LETTER HEADS,
LEGAL BLANKS,
DRAT RECEIPTS,
LABELS, CARDS,
ENVELOPES,
ito aid Ua
RAILROAD, INSURANCE,
f And every detcrlptlon of
LETTER PRESS PRINTING.
Equal to any Eitabliihment In the State, and upon
term, which will compare favorably with the
leading Eastern Printing Houiei.
IN THE PRODUCTION 07
ELEGANT POSTERS
AXD
HIGHLY ILHTMIITATED
snow ' CARDS.
offer our aervicei to all who may dciire that clan
of work.
We have connected with ouVIstabiiahmcnt a
BLANK BOOK BINDERY,
From which we produce the
ZTlnost Z3 lea, mis. Worli
AITO TBB HOST
8 UP EBB BAIL B0AO BLABK BOOKS.
OUR ESTABLISHMENT
II to beadmitted
TECH Ij.XIC3-3I3ST
tHl MOST
COMPLETE IN FACILITIES,
am TSEt HOST
PERFECT IN ORGANIZATION
la this CKy, and we may add,
WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE
WTTH AWT
. Printing House la tho West.
RICHARD
KEVINS,
, FBOfBIKTOB.
' COLUBIBlaS OHIO) l f ' ;
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE
j And Seed Store, j ;
PBA1IB W
GENERAL" HARDWARE,
, 1IAILB, OX. AM, BASH, rCTTT, OOIDAQB,
Ouae, Pistols. Weed Willow Ware,
athwaai labker Bel tUg, laee leatksr, Bom tad
MIHK UTTTIBi TIOTOiniH aadOCTrB we an
new selling very low prices, alto all other Made
aaaivnaoi nn. ma nana,
oevSt. Bf. W leaUtHlgh St.
try
Bt.
will
from
M
Dr. J. H. UcLEAN'S
Strengthening Cordial and Blood
PultXfc'lEIl.1
TDeUreateat liemeelrlsi Tbe Wrld
AND TBI
MOST DHICHTO I
AMD
) DZIIQHTnjL
w UOBUIAL
EVER TAKEN.
IT IS STRICT,
ly a acitntlfto and
Vegetable Oompoand,
proenred by the dlatll
Iation of RooU. Ilerbi
and Bark, Yellow
Dock, Blood Root,
Baraaparilla, W I I d
Cherry Bark and Du
de Hon enten Into Ita
Dcfore TakJnjtire auve' remedial After Taking.
principle of each Innedlent li thoroughly extracted bv
uiv ntf mnrnni, nr ril.tiiiintf. nrnnnin i.a M.i . i. n.
hlleratlng ipirit, and the most INFALLIBLE remedy for
renovatini the dlaeaeed ivstem. and restoring the ilek.
tnfferlDg and deblUUted INVALID to HEALTH and
MCLEAN'S STRENGTHENING COK.
DIAL
Will effectually enre
00MPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA. JADND101,
W:Vft VJT9
PI
LIVER
Ohronlo or Nervotu Dehlllrt. DbMaaaaof tha Kidnanl
an aiaeaaea anaing from a dlorderel uver or rtom
ach, Dyipepila, Heartburn. Inward Pllee. Acidity or 8iok
neae of the Stomach, tallneee of Blood to the HeeJ. Dal)
wn or iwimmmg in tbe head. Palpitation of the Heart
pttllneaa Or Wal-ht In (ha Htnmah. Rnv Brn. t.tlnn.
tlhokina or anff ocatlnr faallna whan Ivlna Aawn n. vn.
orieiiowneaeor tbeBKlnand Byee. Night Bweate, In
ward ffmM D.ln In tu. -r I .:
Sodden Ploahee of Beat, Depreuloa of gpl'riti, Prlghtfal
Dreamj. Lanrnor. DaaMmdanev or in Narvnna niMpuu.
Bona Or Blotchea on tha Hkin. and Vanr and na (.
vuuiaano rever.)
Over a KlUlloa of Bottles
Have been aold durlni the lait ilz montha. and In no In.
tanc naa railed in giving entire aaturaclion . Who,
then, will infTerfrom Weakaeaa or Debiliti vhan Mr.
mm e Btni.riurui.niNU (JUHUiAti will enre you
no mnKnaiFe can ron.ev an aneanaia in.a nr t?ia imm.
dlate andalmoit mlraeulona change produced by taking
thli Cordial In tbe dlaeaaed, debilitated and .battered
nervooe ivitem. whether broken down bv ezoen. weak ht
nature, or impaired by lickneai, the relaxed and unit, ung
vimii.vivu u. ivauirpn 10 iia pruune neaiui ana vigor,
rflAHUIED PERSONS.
Or other! eoneclona of Inability, from whatever came,
will find McLean Strengthening Cordial a thorough
rcgcnerawr ot ine ayitem; ana an wno may nave Injnred
themielvei by Improper Indulgence!, will find In the Cor
dial a certain and .peedy remedy.
To tbe Ladies.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
Is a sovereign and ipeedy enre for
INCIPIENT CON8CHIPTIOI, WHITES
Obetructed orDlfflcnlt Menitmatlon, Incontinence of
Urine or Involuntary Dlirharira themnf. Valllnir nf ihm
Womb, Glddineu, fainting and all Diieaiet incidne t
Femalee.
There la bo MiiUks About it.
Buffer no longer. Take It according to Direction!. It
wlllitimulate, atrengthen and Invigorate yon and cause
the bloom of health to mount your cheek again .
bv. ry bottle ie warranted to give latiefactloa.
f'OIt CHILDREN.
If your oblldren are lickly, puny, or afUicted, McLean V
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robuit. Delaj
not a moment, try it, and you will be convinced.
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE,
OaoTioR. Beware of Draggletaor Dealer! who ma)
to palm npon you aomellitterorBariaiiarillatraib,
which they oan boy cheap, by layinf It la juit aa good.
Avoid inch men. Aiklor McLean'" Strengthening Cor
dial, and take nothing elee. It li the only remedy that
will purify the blood thoroughly and at the lame time
Itrengthen the lyitem.
One tableipoonful taken every morning faitlnt, li a
oertain preventive of Cholera, Chilli and fever, Yellow
lever, or any prevalent diwuea. ItU put np In large
bottlee.
Price only 1 per bottle, or 6 bottlee for tS.
J.H. McLBAN,
Bole Proprietor of thli Cordial,
Alao McLean i Volcanic Oil Llnlme.t.
Principal Depot on tbe corner of Third and Pine itreett,
Louie, Mo.
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
The beet Liniment In the World. The only eafe and
oertain oure for Oancera, Pllee, Swelling! and Bron
obltia, or Ooltra, Paralysii, Neuralgia, Weaknen of the
Maaclee, Ohronlo or InHasimatory Bhenuatitm, BtLff
aeaa of the jointi, oontraoted Muaclea or Llgamenta
araehe or Toothache, Brnleea, Bpraini, Wonnda, Ireeh
Outa, Clcere, fever Bone, Caked Breaita Bore Nipplea,
Burnt, Bcalda, Bore Thoat, or any Inflammation or Pain.
uai-ira now aevera, or nor long tne aieeaaemay
ubt aaura. jaciican a ueieomea iiinuneni la i
lain remedy.
Thonaand! of human belnn have been eaved a life of
decrepitude and miaery by the uae of tbif invaluable med-
an.
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
LINIMENT
Will relieve pain almoit Initantaneouily. and It wll
eleanae, purify and heal the fonleit sorei in an incredl
ty anon tune.
For Horaea and Other Animals.
McLean B celebrated Liniment la the onlv eafa and pa.
uaoie remeay ior tne cure or spavin, King none, Wind
galla. Splint!, Unnatural Bunpa. Nodei or Swellinn. II
never fail to cure Bit Head, Poll Ivil, f litula. Old
running Boree or Bweeny, if properly applied, for
Bpraina, Bruiaee, Scratchei, Boree or Wuundi, Cracked
Heela, Ohafei, Saddle orOollai Oalleit la an Infallible
remedy. Apply it aa directed, and a euro la certain in
every initano.
Then tride no longer with the many worthleei Lin).
aenta offered to you. Obtain a iuddIv of Dr. McLean 'a
celebrated Liniment, it will euro you.
J. II. McLEAN, Sole Proprietor,
Corner of Third and Pine Street!, St. Louie, Ho.
for aale by all drugIita.
for eale by BOBIBTB fc BAHTJIL,
au36-dawlr Oolumbui. Ohlc.
BEATJTIFIJL,,
AND CHEAPER THAN EVER!
OCR SPRING STOCK IS UNCSTJAIi
lv large and well aiiorted. The very lateit pattern!
AMERIOAN, ENOLIbU and FRENCH factorlee.
OLD PAPERS AND BORDERS.
Gold and Velvet Borders,
SPLENDID DECORATIONS
SIDELIGHT
AND
FIRE BOARD PAPERS,
Gold and Parted Shades,'
GtOUD
WINDOW CORNICES,
BUFF, BLUE,
' AND ; ' '
GREEN HOLLANDS
WINDOW FUTDEE3, aU kinds,
CORD AND TASSELS;
beautiful pictures ' ,. f ,
AND FRAMES.
RANDALL & ASTON,
lOO Soixtlx TTtglxOt.
: COLUMBUS, 6.
K, B. Landlord! aad penona wlahlsf qoantltlee of
Paper will make money tybujtng ot ni. Country
etvhanti and pereoni from abroad will do well to call
andeeeui. aprll IdSmeod R.JtA
DO
(a
In
of
u
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ao
STGMA IllaW HI STELLA
SHAWLS 1 1 la all deelrable oolon, and at viry
great bargalne. BAIN at SON,
pnu B o. w noutn uign iu.
rniWI CHlTTXNDtlfi . . . BCNST T. CHITTtNOIH
MRS. WINSLOW,7 '
Aa experienced Nurae and female Phytlclaa, pnteats
to the attention of mother., her
SOOTHING SYRUP,
FOR. CHILDREN TEETHING.
which greatly facilitate the prooeea of teething, by foft
ening the (ami. mdactna all lnflammatloi- will alia
ALL PAIN and ipaunodio action, and la
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
Depend UDOn 1L mother.. It will rln rait tn amiraahraa
and
BELIE-. AID HEALTH TO T0TJB mUXJU.
We have nut un and aold thie article for over ten aan.
and OAN SAY, IN OONFIDBNCit AND TBUTH, of It,
what we have never been able to eav of anv other medl
oine NEVER HAS IT FAILED. IN A B1NQLB INHT
ANC1, TO EffBOT A OUBB, when timely need. Nev
er did we know an lnitanoe of diaeatlafaetlon by any one
who naed It. On tha contrary, all are delighted with lie
operation!, and epeak In term! of commendation of Ita
magical eflecti and medical vtrtuea. We apeak In thla
matter "WHAT WB DO KNOW;" after ten yean' expe
rience, AND PLBDOB OUB REPUTATION fOBTOJi
fULILLUBNT OI WHAT WB HEUB DEOLARB. ln
almoet every lnitanoe where the infant la anfferint from
pain and ezhauation, relief will be foand in fifteen or
twenty minute, after theSvrun ie adinlnl.tered.
Tbia valuable preparation la the preeerlptlon of on of
the moat EXPEBIENCED and SKILLFUL NUBHEBin
New England, and naa been naed with NKTEft fAIIr
INasC0CH88ln
THOCJ9ANDH OF CASES.
It notonly relieve the child from oain. but invlror.
atei the atomach and bo well, oorreota acidity, and givee
tone and energy to tbe whole ivitem. It will almoet inl
itantly relieve"
gh:p:ho hi the eowxls, and wind couo
and overoome oonvniitoni, which, if sot ipeedlly rem
died, end in death. We believe it the BEST and SUB i
EST RBMKDY IN THE WORLD, In all eeaei of DY. '
ENTERY and DIARRHOEA IN CniLDREM. whetha.
it arieei from teething, or from any other eauae. W .
would lay to every mother who hu a child tnfferine from
any of the foregoing oomplilnta DO NOT LET YOUR
PREJUDICES NOR THE PREJUDICES Of OIUERA
Hand between yon and your .offering child, and the re
lief that will be SURE yee, ABSOLUTELY SURB to
follow the uae of thla medicine, if timely need. Full di
rection! for mine will accomnanv earh bottle. Nona
genuine unleeathe fac iimlle of UURXISa. PBBKINS,
New York, Ie on the ontelde wrapper.
Boio by an uruggiita tnrougnout the world.
Principal Office. 13 Cedar Street N.V.
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
octS7-dfcwly.
n IN mini i
DBolUM
PROF. WOOD'S
CIDIAL
B100D RENOVATOR
la precisely what ita name Indicate!, for, whllt
pleaaant to the taite, it la levlvifii nn. exhilarat
ing, invigorating and atrengthening o the vital
ipoweri, and at the lame time leriviBei, tein
'tatea, and renewi the Biood in all In purity and
thai at once restore and rendere the tvttem in-
vulnerable to atlackt of dleeaee. It li the only
. ....... . " , u , m'J uiwwi'
cally and iklllfully combined ai to be tbe moit
v nriui mjuiq. auu iue aaxav lime po DencCtly
dapted to, ai to act In perleot accordance with thej
iawi of natute, and hence will eoot&e On wtaktut
wtomach, and tone up the digeative organa, md Q
iuue ana an nervous anu oilier irntation. It .
per'eciiy cxiuiaraiing, anu at tne a&me time It u
i compoied entirely of vegetable!, yet ao combined
' aa to produoe the moit thorough tonic effect, with-
out producing any injurloui coniequencea Such
id a remedy haa long been felt to be a desideratum lo
ibe medical world, ror it need! no medical iklll tnl
ko thatdeliilHy follow! all attackiof diieaae. and
Droceede and Indeed laia the ivitem onen to the
Alimtdioui attacka of many of Uie moit fatal, luch,
'ior example, aa tne loiiowmg: i;onumptloo, In
w Idileitlun. Dyipepila, Low of A une II te. Falntnen.
nervoui lrriuuiiuy, neuralgia X alpilatton of the
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Cj Heart, Melancholy, Night Bneati, Languor, Oiddi-!Q.
k1 neie, Retention of, ai well ai Painlul obstructed :q
I
ilj
i
too li rofuie. or too leant Menitruatlon. and Fall-
jloR of the Womb. Theie all depend upon (reuerill
uemiity. xoie pnre, neaiuiy, lonlo Cordial andl
Blood Renovator li ai lure to cure ai the inn i
riee and let. There ii no mlitake about it. Rut, I
.hli li not all. If the i;item ii weakened, we are
pen to blliou! attack!, the liver become! torpid, 'ij
jr worae diieaaed, the kldnrji refuse to peifons'fn
their function!, and we are troubled with icaldlnj
tnd Incontinence ot urine, or involuntarr dia.l
charge of the aame, pain In the hack, lide and be- A
tween the iboulderi, exceedinaly liable to ilicht lJ
woldi. eounhi, and If unchecked, aoon emaciationl
'ollowi, aod tne patieot goee down to a premature a
jrave. Rut apace will not allow ue to enumerate f
the many Ilia to which we are liable In a wakni W
condition of the avatem. But we will av. in ihi.l
Cordial and Blood Renovator vou have a nerfa. i Li
sfe, pleaaant and effectual remedy for low off
Appetite, Uiliouine!!, Flatulence weak and ilcliw
-tomach. Languor, liver Complaint. Chilli and
Fever, or anv Bllioni attaik. Oonivenru. a. :,it.l
of the Stomach, Kervoumeia, NeuralKia, Palplta-'ij
uonoi ine Heart, re laion oi eplrtti, Horn. TTI
rimpiea on tne no"' or any ousaie ariiing from eH
;mpure blood, luch aa Scrofula. Eryiipelaa. Bron
hitli, Oounh. difficulty of Breathioa. and all fhat . .
Mian of diieaiei called female weakneai, and M
enumerated above. We will alio lay tbe traveler LJ
lezpoied to epidemic!, change of climate and wat-l
er, will find It a pleaaant, rnle and lure remedyJH
inu none inouia ever travel witnout. Reader, cj
'ryit, forweauure sou sou will find ln Itairlisndl
indeed, ai well aa a friend In need, all penona ol
sedentary habiti will find it a perfect preventive of
aa wen ai cure ror tnoieaumenta to which thevare
particularly expoied- llenceminliteri,itudeni!,at
torneyi, liierarv antlemen,and ladiei who are no:
accuitomed to much outdoor ezerciie, will hnd It,
o their advanUtte to keep a bottle conitantly on
oana; ana, aoove an, motueri, or tneae becomlni
sucu, win go inroun uia. am oingeroui period
not only wth all their accuitomed atreneth. bui
we anu ireo irom tne tnouBanaaiimenta ao prey
alentamong the lemaie portion of the world. It
short, it li indeed a mother a cordial. Try It, old
BUUWHU, WV IVU,,! ,UU MIW ...U, 1. V , lb Will,
relieve and prove Itself emphatically a Jtettora
live Cordial and Blood Renovator.
O. i . WoOD , proprietor, 444 Broadway, New
ion, ana lie marie t street, Bt. Louli, Bio., and
aold by R0IIKRT8 4c SAMUEL, Columhua, Ohio,
and all good DruggliU. Price One Dollar
per Bottle. march-ffl-dAweowly J
0
4
0
3
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE.
BELLINGHAM'S
CKLEBRATED
StiinulatiDgODgucnt,
For tha Whiikeri and Hair v
The lubecTlhera take plearara- In announcina o tha
Oltiaeni ol tbe United Statei, that tbey have obtained tbo
Agency for, and are now enabled to offer to the American
publio, the above juitly celebrated and world-renowned
article. The
STIMULATING ONGUENT
prepared by Da. 0. P. BILLIN0BA1I, an enineal .
phyilcian of London, and la warranted to bring out a r
thick let of ;
Whiskers or a Mnstache
from three to ill weeka. Thli article li the only on
the kind med by the French, and in London and Pari!
te in universal nee.
It U a beautiful, economical, aoothlnr. vet itlmulatlna
oompound, acting aa if by magic upon the note, cauiing
beautiful growth of luxuriant hair. If applied to tbe
ecalp, it will oure lauiiira, and eauie to iptlng up in
place of the bald ipota a Una growth of saw hair. Ap- '
plied acoordlng to direction., It will turn an or Towr
hair dark, and reetora gray balrto ita orlilnal color,
leaving It aoft, amooth, and flexible. Tha Omnura" la
Indiipeniabla article ln every gentleman i toilet, and
after one week'a nie they would not foranyoooildeietion
UCW1VUUUV ' " -
The lUbKriben an tha onlv Aeenta for tha article In -
the United State, to whom all ortlen muet be addrencd. '
ITrlr one Dollar a box for eale by all Dreggl.ee and ''
Dealera; or a box of tha "Ongnent" (warns ted u bare .
the deeired effects will be eent to any who dedK it, by .
mail (direct), lecurely packeJ, on receipt ef prloe and "
postage, ft. 10, ; appty to or eaureee
" ' B0RA0I L. IMBUI k 00.,
i Muawen, ito ''
ftbSOdltwCm William Street, Hew Tork.
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ADTIBTIBIMIRT. '
. ... log tha IK START B1LIIV
' t-dPiRMANINTOUBJIofih
, dlatrtnlng eomplalnt aie
- BN DDI
BR0KCHIAL CIQAEETTK-,
Kaie ky 0. . MTM0UB It CO., 107 If am t., V. t.
Prloe 1 per box lent free by poet.
'tOB IALI AT ALL DKCOSKTa
, aic-dwlya
THE UNION FORE VE It I
TTHIOl ENVI.I.OPFW-.A KAKtXVOf
J deilgna, at 94,00 per 1,000. -, ..
M TOIOS LETTER 150 K0U tktti V,
at ball the prloe charged by imall dealen.
TTTBEAD QUAHTSRS No. 73 loath nigh etreet.
Oolumbui, May 8, 1W1. J. 11. RltKr .
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