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TD3DAY MORNING, JUNES: J.oY 1861.
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Council "bockdinos, The City Council
met last evening. A bill introduced by Mr
Combtock, making appropriations for the fiscal
year 18C1-2,- was read the first and seoond
time. ... i t ,:. ,
"Several 'resolutions were adopted, authorizing
estimates for grading and paving.
On motion of President .Donaldson Mr
Wilson being in the Chair the Police Com
mittee were, after s long discussion, directed
to piy the claim of Jopkph IIoixinbach, amount
ing to $197.18.,
The Coaucil then adjourned, i . . -
Godkt's Lam's Book roa Jolt Kinneot,
at bis Periodical 'Depot on State Street, no&r
. the Toe. Offise, has received the Lady's Book
for July. It Is the first number of a new
volume, and may be obtained at the rate of one
dollar for six months. This reduction in the
'price bf. the Book is made on account of the
l pressure ot lbs times, and suroly no lady will
new be without this invaluable companion..
The number for July is adorned with exquisite
engravings and ' spletdli Ulustrtted fashion
plates." But the reading matter is no ,Ieas at
tractive than the embellishments..; We meet
..with our old favorites " Mr. and Mrs. Rasher. "
aud-gunsliine. And Shade,'' beside a great
variety of other ' delightful and instructive
articles." Call at Kennkdt's by all moans and
getGoDiv for July." .'.
WHtBCASOtrrI or thb Ohio Rioihenti. The
Ohio Regiments mustered Into State set vice are
distributed as follows:, Fourteenth, Pol. Stead
man, Jkt Bckauno6,. beyond PhlUippi, yirglnia;
Fifteenth, "CoIoDtl 'Andrews! at Grafton and
Philfipplf Sixteenth, Colonel Irvine, at Grafton
and Pnillippi; Seventeenth, Colonel Connoll, In
canip at Z tneiiville, ready to maroh; Eighteenth,
Colonel Stanley, guarding the railroad between
Parkeraburg and Grafton; Nineteenth, Colonel
Beatty, at Bellalr; Twentieth, Colonel Morton,
guardiog the railroad between Wheeling and
Grafton; Twonty-first, Colonel Norton, at Gal
lipolis; Twenty.second, Colonel Gilmore at
Paikersburg, s . : i
Theee Dine Regiments .are well armed and
equipped at the expense of the State. : In addl
, tlon to these nine State Regiments of infantry,
i Barrett's batte'y of light artilery, which tent
the Rebel's on a. race at Pnillippi, should be men
tioned. It his-six' guns, and Is thoroughly
equipped at the State expense.
In the case of the United States vs. Joim A
Shut, a produce .merchant of Cincinnati, ar-
rested on a charge of treason, the defendant
has 'been committed' by Commissioner Halli
oav to answer the charge at the next term of
the Lf. S. Cirouit Court. As there Is no bail
allowed fo cues of treason, the defendant must
remain in prison. until his trial In court, nnless
he can procure a dismissal of the charge or its
modification to a less offense. It is said that
an application will be made to Judge Liatitt
for a writ of habrae corpus, with this object In
O We understand that thirty-five car loads
' of the three month volunteers left Camp Den
nison on satorday.' About four hundred we
understand were from the 3d, Col. Marrow's
Regiment.' Of the two companies of Gover
v nets Guardi, about 110 returned. - This would
'leave about COO in the Regiment for. three
years. Wo regard this as a large proportion of
, men to go for .that tinie, who first volunteered
for three months,', under the first call of tbe
Tux Mammoth Circus. The Great Show of
Antonio Brothers was exhibited yesterday af
ternoon and last evening, at the corner of
' Broad and Seventh streets, to' large and ad
miring crowds. The performances, were pro
nounced by all present as tbe most attractive
and wondcrfuLef the kind they ever witnessed.
This world-renowned troupe will give two ex
hibitions more on the same grounds at two
o'clock this afternoon and at seven this even-
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Capt! RoBiweoN, U. S. A. ia still mustering
the troops at Camp Jackson, and will continue
until four Regiments are mustered into the U. S.
service. All the companies necessary to com
plete the fonr Regiments will be in camp to
ICTThe' number of deaths. In Cincinnati for
the week ending June 14, was 714G males and
25 females.. . , ' " . t
;irO!T.day, June, 8, is tbe fifty sixth anniver
versary of the Battle bf Waterloo. ' ' '
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COLUMBUS POST OFFICE.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Malli far, New York City, Bolton, Albany, Buffalo,
Pltubnrgh, rteubenTllls way. Cleveland, ZaneaTlll,
Newark, Granville. Waahington City, Bsltlmon), Phtl
delphla and NewOrlcani, oloie dally (Sundays except
ed) at 8 o'clock p. m.
i t AJronh nail for New'Tort and Cleveland etoiet
dally (Sundayi excepted) at o'clock p. m.
O.O.tO.K. K. Way Halloloiei dally (Bondaysex
eeptsd) at 9 oVtlook p. m. . - h -
,. Central Ohio Way Mail cleeee dally (Bandays eweptcd)
. at 10 o clock a. si. q - , ,
. Cincinnati Way Mall oloies daily (Bandays exonHd) at
lOo olock a. m. .,
Clitcano, Duboqae, Delaware, Marion and Worthinf
ton M1H oloiaa dally (Bnndayi noseptrd) at o'clock
p.m. ... . ......
alalia forXenla, BprlnrfleH, Dayton, Toledo, Cincln
nail, Indlanapolia, LouUvltle, Bf. Louie, and Detroit,
cIomi daily (Hnndayi excepted) at 8 o'clock p.n
A through mall to Zenla, BprlnrBetd and Cincinnati
.'aloeaa daily (Buadaya exoepted) a lOo'olook a. n. -
Urban, Plqua, tiffin and Union Oltv null olotes tally
..(Suadaya mauled) at&o'olook p. m
' lnuicater,I.ogan,Nelronvllle, Olrclevtlle, Chilllcothe,
Z FoTtBiaoaUi, Wwhiagton C. U , Athena, Marietta and
Billtborouiih malla close dally (Son dayi excepted) at 8
o'clock p. m. i
. Way Mall hy Natlo'nal Boad to KanerrUU elora
dally (Bandayi excepted) at IS o'clock m.
Harrlebnrgh Maiicloees dally (cundayi excepted) at 2
o'olookpiia. i ,, i .
.iJi' AXtH "i"' fc w of Weetervllleand Bunbuiy,
nhilVf ta o'clock p. m.
DnblU Mall oloeei dallyftundy, exctptedjat 8 o'clock
titto? " "" 4UJ' (8I,nd,,y, ePteJ) '
Malls from Now Tork, Boeteo, Philadelphia. BnlTalo
Albany, Pittehurgh, Olereland, Dayton, Toledo. XS
Detroit, Springfield, Cincinnati, Chlllleotha, Bt. Loul,'
and all Bouthern clliee, arrive between tie honn of t
o'clock p-m. and t o'clock a. m. i i l '
Halle from Inulubapolla, Ubleam and Dabaqn arrfre
at 3:40a.m. i. ,.. .-. i , . I .., i., ., ,
Maila from Waahington City, Baltimore, Wheeling,
ZaneeTllle, Newark, Bteunettrtlh, Mt. Vernon, and the
v. u. n. nayaiau,amTai Jxo'ciockm.i - .
Way Mail from Cincinnatf arrives at 3 o'clock . p. m.
Xancaeter Mall arrives at 9 o'clock p. m.
Kart Way Mall over tho, NaUonal Road arrives at II
o'clock a.m. j
Mt. Vernon Way Mall arrive at 11:00 a. m.1
Mall from Dublin arrivea at IS o'clock m.
! Urbana Way Mall antree at o'clock p. -m..-., t
. A HarrUbmgh Mail arrives at 11 o'clock a. m. i :r ;
, .. Laaoaeier, Way Mail arrive at 18 o'clock j.msj! 'i
. OtUo delivery onto; renr day (exomt Bundav) from
7 o'clock a, m.. to 8 o'olock p. mt - Open on Bundayi
irwa .e i ovioex in in morning, and Irom o to V
o clook.ln the evening.
JOHN GRAHAM, P. M.
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN. The President at Work on his Message
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN. The President at Work on his Message---Will Recommend a Call for
500,000 Men and an Appropriation
500,000 Men and an Appropriation of 200,000,000 Dollars---Appointments,
Movements, Skirmishes, &c.
WASHINGTON, June 16.
r Is working on his message.
lie will take the highest ground of proseoutlng
the war with the utmost vigor, and finishing It
uj mmar, 11 puasiuie; ana appropriating two
uuuuicu uiuiiuu pi uuuar.
Gov. Snraeue. of Rhode Taiatd. will ha -
dered a Major GeneralshiD.
ine xa anode island Regiment is ordered to
Washington, where there is to be a cnnAniM.
tion of the whole available reterv. fn.. In
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uer va iubkb b iorwara movement towards Rich
uiuuu. . , i
Cant. Chauncev has takn
Sufquebanna, and will sail for the Gulf In tho
course oi ine week. . ..
Lieut. Col. LefiertS. with two hnnrlmrl nia.
trlot volunteers, had a skirmish scrota tha P
tomao with 100 Virginia cavalry, near Sonaca
miuB. BBcona miiis aoove Washington. Two
.ttKuiua, IV IB IDOUenC. Were t Id. una Ann.
posed to be Capt. Sbreves. The Virginians re
treated. None of our men wero inlnrfrt. .
A detatchmentof the fith Ronimant. .j.
ing a propeller sent here from Annanolia with
stores, etc, was attacked on their return, be
low Aqula Creek, on Saturday. Several shots
werenrea by the Kfcbe and retnmad ith
grape ana canister. No injury was done to us.
Movements of Troops—Report that
Gen. Butler will Make a
Accounts of the Fight at Bethel.
BALTIMORE, June 16.
Three hundred Confederate troons. renortcd
t i v n. j. .... '
mt iiccouurgu, win uououess retire on ine ap
proach of aur troons.
Col. Morehead's Regiment of Pennsylvania
soldiers, encamped at Locust Point, marched
through our streets this morning,' en route for
rraaomgton, wnere an imnortant movement U
confidently predicted within a short time. '
We have a report that General Butler will
make a demonstration toward YorLtowa witbin
forty-eipht hours. ': ' '
Accounts of the battle at Bethel throueh se
cession channels, give but one killed and three
wounded. The one killed was shot by Duryee'i
Zouaves, while firing a building in whioh they
nso. ratten reiuge irom woi wagruaer's guns.
They lurtber report that they had no rifled
cannon, and nothing but howitzers. .
iney dety the approach of Butler on York
town. Masked batteries line the route.
Col. Lander, with the Western Regiments,
left Phillippi, for Winchester.
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WASHINGTON, June 16.
Col. Lander has left Pnillippi, where he was
at tbe bead of five Regiments, and it is sup
posed he has made a forced march across the
mountains to Winchester, a distance, of about
DU miles. . . .; . .. . i : ' !
The Evacuation of Harper's
POINT OF ROCKS, June 15.
It appears that the flintlock muskets, sugar,
conee, cotton, macninery, to , which could not
be taken away, were thrown into tbe river.-
wotbmg was leti of any value. .... i,
The Rebels received information that the
Federal troops were going to Winchester, to
fortify it and cut off their retreat, which caused
their retreat to that place, where they will be
reimorcea irom Kicnmond.
It seems there were from 15,000 to 30,000
troops at Harper's terry. - ,.
The Kentucky and Mississippi troops, said
they came to fight, and wanted to go and take
Washington on their own account. . .... r,.
At Point of Rocks, sixty-four Rebel cavalry
were reported across the river. '
The rear of the main body oi the Rebels was
only ten miles from tbe rerry at noon. ;
From the South.
LOUISVILLE, June 17.
The New Orleans Delta of the 13lh savs the
Common Council appropriated $200,000 for the
defense of tbe city, and $50,000 for tbe support
oi toe lamines oi volunteers.
The ships David and Lornd, from Bordeaux!
were ordered off the bar, and sailed for Phila
The Afrloana and Parsons went to sea on the
28th, and the National on the 11th. The only
ships inside tbe bar were the Alhambra, Villi
gent and lker.
The yacht Gypsy, under British colors, wis
taken at Pass L' Outre, on the 12ib, by toe
A special dispatch to tbe Delta from Rich
mond says' Colonels Wardraper, Doryee, and
one hundred and filly Federal troops were killed
at Big Bethel. Six hundred Confederates par
ticipated, and but one was killed and one wound
The Charleston Mercury gives the number of
uontederates killed at U. . , . . .
The Savannah Republican of the 12th says
large number of Federal troopa landed on tha
11th at Hilton Head. Their object was not
known. There was great excitement there.
From Cairo—Gen. Pillow's Arrangements
—More Troops for the Southwest.
WASHINGTON, June 16.
An army officer has just arrived here from
Cairo, with dispatches for Geo. Scott. i I
. He states that intelligence had been re
ceived there that the Rebel force under com
mand of Gen. Pillow bad everything in readi
ness, and were expecting to move toward Cairo
on tbe 18th Inst. They have transports' suffi
cient to carry 18,000 or 20,000 men. ". t
J ne commander at Cairo bad no doubt of bis
ability to resist any force tbe Rebels might
bring against him. ' -
it appears, from information communloated
to our officers, that Pillow was expecting aid
from Kentucky and Missouri, the Governors of
these States having - given him assurances to
that effect. Arrangements had been mado by
us which would prevent any such aid.
it is understood to be the Intention of the
Government, owing to a request of the Com
manding officer In the South-weat, to conctn
Irate more troops In that vicinity.
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Government Steamships at New
Government Steamships at New York.
NEW YORK, June 17.
Tbe steamer Peerless has arrived here, from
Toronto, under American colors, Tbe steamers
Atlantio and Baltio are to be converted Into gun
boats. The Florida and Augusta are called op,
ready to transport troops.'' 1
Schooners Lost on Lake Eie.
CLEVELAND, June 17.
The sohooner Fremont, with fourteen thousand
bushels of wheat, lor Buffalo, sunk in the river
lastnighl. Also the schooner Ben Flint, with
a cargo ot wheat for Buffalo, went atbdr west
of the Piers, and Is full of water.' Both the
bulls and the Fremont s cirgo are Insured in
Buffalo, t. ... ' . ;!-
Capture of a Missouri Brigadier General.
ST. LOUIS, June 17.
Report says that Brieadler General Slack.
while mustering troops Into the service of the
State, at Cbillicothe, was taken prisoner by Col.
Curtis, of tbe United States volunteers, on tbeU
way to oi. josepn. it is understood that Slack
will be taken to Fort Leavenworth,
From New York.
NEW YORK, June 17.
'A letter from a mercantile bouse in Rich
mond savs that there is no probability of anv
provision being made for the payment of the
Virginia interest here in July, but expresses
entire confidence that it will be paid In Virginia
" Eight Rerlmontfl ftrA si martin A IA lattv tVa
..7. 70nnn wr '"I" week' They are
.J. i teme,lBlnvllle has arrived frbm Ha
vana, leaving there oo. the 13th..-Sogers un
changed, with a stock of 840,000 boxes.
BOSTON, June 17.
finnVi. atiti ... -k. T . ?awieoi
n..rri .;iri...i-.. , .wu? m9r tnn
M"uiisoa,ivua wi patriotism.
Col. Wallace's Account of the Fight
at Romney—Complete Rent of the
Secessionists—No Retreat of the Indianians.
INDIANAPOLIS, June 17.
The Indianapolis Journal recelued the follow,
ing special dispatch from Col. Lewi Wallaoe,
commander of the Regiment at Cumberland, in
regard to tbe fight at Romney: I
CUMBERLAND, Md., June 16.
' After the fight at Romney, the Rebels did not
raiiy ana return. They ran sixteen miles, tb
ward Winchester, before thev atooned. So far
from my retreating, I brought into camp at
uuuiueriauu i.ieir tenia, vaiuaDio arms, uni
forms and medioal stores, without leaving any.
thing behind. Their rout was total, Next
day, there were seven funerals in the town. We
killed a Cantain. an ex-member of tha T.pcia.
lature, and took one of their Majors prisoner,
I send you this to stoo the infamous seces
eion slanders about my retreating, started by
some oowaraiy scounarei in Alexandria. iUy
uuy are eniiuea w an nonor,ana uiey won :i
bravely. They have not forgotten Buena Vis
ta. i . i ... i 1 .
(Signed,) LEW. WALLACE,
Col. 11th Regiment.
From Fortress Monroe and Vicinity.
FORTRESS MONROE, June 16,
VIA BALTIMORE, June 17.
A person just from Newport News reports a
aurmiBU mere in is mornine. .Three comm
nles, sent out by Colonel Phelps, drove in cat
tie belonging to the secesaionlHtsi and were
fired upon by a eompany of light horse, and. 3
men wououea. i ne rebels escaped, and the de
Ucbment succeeded in its Durnjie. ,
Tbe rebels evidently were landing a large
body of troops at tbe Point, seven miles ahm
newpori JNews.on the same side of the river
steamers cams down tne river daily. .An at-
taok from that quarter is anticipated, ' l. I
ine experiment wltu Sawyer's Amerioan
Rifled Cannon, at the Rip Rans, last even in.
waa a brilltanfc enonaaa.
Sewell's Point is clearly within range of these
guos. Seven ot eleven 43 pound shells explod
ed a short distance from the Rebel Camp, and
one oi mem over tnetr lntrenchment. it cr
aieo a sensation among tho secessionists. A
house near the secession banner dloplayed a
Latest from Fortress Monroe.
[Special to the Tribune.]
FORTRESS MONROE, June 16.
VIA BALTIMORE, June 17
There Is little doubt that there la an i m nn ri
ant expedition on foot. '
it is said to-day that tbe Rebels are throwing
np a battery opposite tbe Rip Raps, as a protec
tion acralnBt tbe Sawver rifled
the shot into Sewell's Point batterv TPterHn
Cobb's batterv of six rifled Pimm nlan nr m
Col. Baker, of Orecon. will, it
be associated In a responsible military capacity
in this vicinity. He arrived here yesterday, i
Proceedings of the Western
WHEELING, June 17.
In tbe Convention tn.dnY. Mr. pi
Marion county, made a atronir anRanh. in r
of the Declaration. - , j
On motion of Mr. Dorsey, of Monongala. 'the
Declaration was ordered to a third reading.
Mr. Carlisle obtained leave to report an ordi
nance for re-organIzingithe Financial Bureau bf
the State, by which no Sheriff or other deposi
tory of public funds Is permitted, on penalty of
u , , ' offloe, P'T money lhe Richmond
authorities, or any but the authorities hereafter
to be provided.
Mr. Dorsey moved that the Declaration be
put npon its passage and called for the ayes itnd
noes ayes 5B not a vote In the negative. Thir
ty members were absent. i
On leave the Declaration was signed by fifty.
"r?" Bame nnmber "igned the Declaration
Dispatches from Washington.
WASHINGTON, June 16.
reason for ennfl.ivnt h.iir ..
Scott is fully prepared to keep tbe Rebel Chiefs
on the back track, at least till they have evacu.
jted Virginia and Tennessee. The whole Rebel
loroe, except ine rear guard at Manassas June
nun, is aaia to oe retiring to Kicnmond, '
"Every point on the Potomaa from Wiii;m..
port to Aquia Creek is now guarded by Fd.ri
[Special to Commercial.]
WASHINGTON, June 17.
Secretary Chase is busilv enfrao-ad .nnr.
encewitb eminent financiers and commercial
men, lu relation to the wants of the Treasury De
partment. It is believed be will report in favor
of a revision of the tariff, a reduction of duty
oa some arncies, ana tne abolition of the free
"Si. . , . . r , . ...
Tbe Baltimore and Ohio Railroad will
opened for throueh transit in a fnm -to
Mr. Calvert, Union candidate for Congress in
the 6th District of Maryland, is in town to day.
sMia BajP uv IP VlCVtCU WlwUOUi UOUDl.
Dr. Rtchardfl, of thid oltT. the familv nlunt
cian of the President, has been taken prisoner
Richmond, Virginia, by the Rebels, and con-
Tcyeu ku jail in menmouu.
The National IntelllEenotr of thl
aayfl. qdIcm U receives the Aid nf
tions from the North, It will soon be oblired to
suspend. ;-,. ... - . , ".
No indication has vet boen irtven h tha Ad
ministration in retard to the
sued toward the privateersmen, captured on
Saturday. The prevailing impression seems to
that they will be hung, though It ia feared
him, in retaliation, many good Union men will
made to suffer i . , .
[Special to Post.]
WASHINGTON. June 17th.
Col. Stone s Command are in qniet possession
The cars are running 14 miles on the Alexan
dria and Leesburg Railroad. . , .......
The route is expected to be opened by them
Patterson's division. . -v'
Ten secession prisoners are reported captured
a skirmish by Stone's command. . . .
The War Department hat ordered the rebuild
ing of Harpar'a Ferry bridge. It ia expected
uo uune in a uays.
[To the Associated Press.]
WASHINGTON, June 17.
rods .dawn tha tam mth
the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, reports
that at fi o'olock yesterday P. M . Col. Stnr.a
was la quiet possession of Leesburg. He klo
confirms the report, that Major Everett's Com.
mand at Seneca, had sbrueh with the seces
siocist Capt. Sirieve, of the Virginia forces,
and two af bis men were killed MaJ, Everett
drew the water out of the head of tbe canal in
front of bis pueition, and used tbe tow-path for
breast Work, which gave' him a decided ad
vantage In position. The secesnlnniala wcra
driven off. . rr
A Government messenger who arrived this
evening represents Col. Buma'a. mm mand ntiii
the neighborhood of Rockvilla. Mil. Hanama
down for supplies., ..As their forces advance tbe
iteoeit retreat. ', :i ,i, i , s ,,
Tbe propeller Diamond State arrived at the
Washington Navy '.Yard this mortilnp. She
reported having met and spoken tbe propeller
Josephine, down the river, tbe latter . having
fired into with mutketa, at Mathiaa Point,
opposite Port Tobacco, Md. She fired a shell,
when the annoyance ceased. 1 ' .' " ". 1 ' ' .
it saving been determined, as announced in
General Orders ooneernloa- tha clan of organi
sation of the volunteer foroes called Into the
service Of tbe U. 8., thai tbe President shall
appoint, by and with the advioe and consent of
tbe benate, one Surgeon for each Brigade, the
Secretary has Instructed Burgeon Geneeal Fin-
to immediately convene In this city, after
due notice, an Army Medical Board, whose
duty It shall be to examine all persons referred
them by tbe Department, or applicants for
Brigade Surgeon, and report the result of such
examination. Appointments will be made only
from among those so examined and reported by
the Board as qualified. . Another order has been
issued by the tieoretarv thai tbe Sureeon Gener
Institute a similar Board, in consequence of
various complaints naving reached tbe Depart
ment of the Incompetency of the Surgeons now
in tne volunteer service.
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NEW YORK, June 17.
,The bank statement shows an increase In
specie of 11.343,1 8U: inoreaseln deposit. tl3C..
031; decrease la loans, $2,014,254; decrease In
Important from St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS, June 15.
- following proclamation has Just been Is
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uu iu ma extra xeiuuurat;
To the Citizen of Minouri:
Pi lor to the proclamation issued b ftn
Jackson, of date tbe 12th of June, It was well
anown to you tnac ine uovernor and the Legis
lature sympathized in the revolutionarv move.
ment now in nrocress In this count, ami hi
. ,i . j . i. j
auuptcu every meaua iu ineir power to etleot a
separation of this State from the General Gov
ernment, r or this purpose, parties of avowed
secessionists have been organized Into military
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uuuipauiea inrouguoui tne otate, witn tbe lull
knowledge and approval of the Governor.
Tbe establishment of encampments in tbe State
at tbis unusual period of tbe year, and author
ized for an indefinite period, could have bad no
otner ooject man tbe concentrating of a large
military force, to be subjected to the provisions
of the military bill then in contemplation, and
subsequently passed, a bill so offensive to all
peacoiui mnamtauts, ana so palpably unconsti
tutional, that it could be accepted by those only,
who were willing to conform to its extraordi
nary provisions for tbe purpose of effecting their
caeneneu ODjeci toe uisrupuon ot tbo f ederal
Government. That bill provides for ad obllea-
tion to tbe State on tbe part of all nersons en
rolled under its provisions, irrespective of any
obligation to tbo United States, when tbe Con
stitution requires all btate officers to take an
oath of allegiance to the United States.
This ot itself is a repudiation of all authority
oi mi uenerai uovernmeut, wnose tionstitution
is the supreme law, on the part of State Gov
ernment. . Its , officers, aud such citizens as
might oboote to adopt tbe provisions of the bill,
ana coupiea as it was on ine part ot tbe Legis.
lature aud tbe Governor with declarations hos
tile to ha authority and in sympathy with those
wno were arrayed in a oonuition of actual hos
tility against It, could leave no doubt of its ob
lo oarry out tbe provisions of ibis extraordi
nary law, tbe public schools were deprived of
tbe funds necessary to tho education of your
children.. Your SBylums even were stripped of
their meuna ' of support, and an additional
enormous tax imposed upon you. Tbis bill,
regarded as It has unllormlv been bv all loval
citizens 'of the United State, as having in
direct view boctilittes to the Federal Govern,
ment, was so denounoed by Gen. Harney, who
characterized it as a seceaelon ordinance in his
proclamation of the 14l.h of May last.
That, proclamation doubtless gave riee'to an
interview between Gen- Harnev and Gen.Prinp.
that resulted in an agreement which, It was
hoped, would lead to tbe restoration of tran.
quility and good order in your State. That a
rcpuuiuviuu ur me military D.ll, and all efforts
to organize the militia of the State under Its
provisions, was the basis of agreement, was
shown as well by the proclamation of General
Harney immediately precedioe It, as by the
following papers submitted to Gen. Price, con
taining tbe preliminary conditions to an inter
view with him.
Here follows what was read to Gen. Price.
published in the Democrat of Wednesday last.
Tbis agreement failed to define specifically
tbe terms of tbe peace, or bow far a suspension
of tbo provisions of the military bill should
form a Dart of it. thouch from the emrsaa den.
laratlon of Gen. Harney, at tbe timo of the
ooufoience, as well as from the foregoing paper,
a suspension of any action under the bill until
there conld be a judicial determination of its
cbaractor by some competent tribunal, must in
good faith be regarded as the fundamental ba
sis of the negotiation. -
FIVE DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE.
Five Case of Rifles for New York
Stopped at Galway—Death of Count
Cavour—Garibaldi Coming to America.
i . ,r - i. ..i
FURTHER POINT, June 16.
The Jura, from Liveroool. on the evenincr of
the Ctb, via Londonderry on the 7th, passed thin
point at 9 o'clock for Quebec.
Lord Jobn Kusscll said in Parliament that the
government had no knowledge of the Canadian
Volunteer Regiment tendering its services to tbe
United States Government, and of course could
nor say what action would be taken.
five cases, contaiulnc 100 rifles, directed to
Commercial Bank of Memphis, intended for the
steamer Adriatic, were stopped at Galway, the
agent or, ine line remain to let them nass.
atalt. -Count Cavour died on the morning of
me utn, i ne event caused a profound sensa
tion. . .
It is rnmnroJ that Garibaldi contemplates
vijit to America in a month or two, if a war in
Italy appears unlikely.
LATEST COMMERCIAL BY TELEGRAPH
LIVERPOOL, June 16.
' Manchester advices coctiuue unfavorable.
flour dull with declining tendency. Wheat dull
ana irregular, Uiicaeo and Milwaukee Us
Corn dull, mixed offered at 30j. Provisions
. London, Friday Noon.
Consuls sales to dav. 111. C. 4 01'
VSJ4 uiscouut; Hirie
Anni ' ... . - '
New York Market.
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NEW YORK, June 17.
FLOUP TsSmiOa lower, with maradnlni. tn,
the decline. Bates of 10 500 bble at 84 5034 Co for
apernne oait; i ms. cu for extra Btate; 14 50 455
for inperftne Weiiern: S4tO5 en r rnmrnnn tn m a.
dlum extra VTeitcrn, (5 SO!! SJ for ihlppini brande
extra ronnd hoop Ohio ; and 5 5lKi8 CO for tnile brande
do. Market olotinj a little armor for extra itato with
aellera below St 73. Canada Aoof h anil in...
common (Trades ; saleiof too bbls atSl 7037 50 for
imrnor 10 ennica vxira. -
RVE f LOUK Selling alowly at t3 003 4 00.
COMN UEAIi Steady) talea of 300 hhn Br.ntna
WHISKY A lhada firmer and In rood reaueat: salei
S5U bole at liH!b0. . - ,v . ,- .
WUKAT Market for common trades heavy, and 1
lower, good eound spring rulea aUghtly In farorof the
buyer, with moderate export demand; aalee of 44,000
buehela Chicago apting at SOnSSl 07; i!9,IWU bniheli
Morthwestern elub at SI 1)5(81 1 OH; 1S.60U buehela Ra
eioe Spring at l 051 16; 06,000 bushels inferior to
prime Milwaukee Club at WH1 10; 37.000 bnihala am-
txr aows at iosi J7; sj.ouu bushels winter red
Western at S 1 IftSl xO; 4,300 white Mlohigan at 1 35
38; 38,000 ohoice amber Green Bay on pritate tonne.
BY In actlre roqueit at better niioaa:ialu af l -l 500
bnehele at CSiStiOc. . - i- , .,
BARLEY Dull at 55(S62o. , ,,
COBN Opened steady and oloeed a ehada flrmar. with
fair demand for export and homa ' MBsiiirnnt inn! asm Ism
; 16,000 bushels at 36 Jiat44o for new mixed Welters;
for poor Buathern yellow , .
OATS-Dull at l!a33o for Western an fl.n.l.n.
32g)S3Ho. for State.
run K. Demand moderate and mien wlthont Imnnr.
tant ohsnge; salei of 630 hbls. at a 15 5015 75 for
rn, and (10 5t'6610 75 for prima.
BiiKs1 Market dull and nominal. . Silas at S4tfU xn
oonntry prime; S5 1038 for mose; 1;MH0 for
repaoked mess; S 103 11 for extra mi: n,tain, htmt
quiet and nnohaoged. .....
iiaur hams uontinne doll; tales of 250 bbls prime
western at 1 14 30.
CUT MBATS-Rule quiet; illesot 50 packages at 5
SMo. for shoulders; 0i$0Ho. for bams.
iiauun uull and unchanged.
LARD Continues iteadr: salcaof 400 1,1,1.. i sua
isUTTnn celling at B313j. lor Ohio; and 8 15o for
CHKRBK-gtsady at 337e as In quality.
COFt'EK-llarket very firm for all deacrlntlnna with
good demand chlelly for Wo. Sales of 250 hags Lsouyra
I3X9U; 2,300 bigt Rio at 12H14o; 850 mats Java
SUGAR Market aoaroelvaoflm and ilannJ
tire. Bales of 099 hhds. Cubi at 4X$5ko.; 257 boxes
Havana at SKo.'
MOLASHKii Firm with mndarata Kn.ln... a.i.
mica of ISOhhdi Ouba.Aluscarado at U18, 70 hbda
rortoRieoat29Co. ' '
BIOOKB-Geoerallyunchsnired; Galena aid Chicago
59.X; Illinois Central scrip 65,'ff New York Central 73
0. ,s40X;La50iCal.7 e 77: Mo 37J; Tenn Sil
nns "vrouni , ao ou nonus in: Brie bonds Ox, 5
Trsasury l's 102; do It's 101; do 10 1-2. lOOIf ; V, B. 5'
Coupons 75J.-. ,', r.,
June 15, 1861.
The market remains dull and then am r
transartlnnsworth repotting. Prices remain unchanged.
wttKAT mill, no tales are reported hy tho car
load . A lot of 6000 bush told from store at a I .e.V
OATS Bale of 1 ear on tiackat 2S!Kn. an,i win kn.h
from store st Wo. - ' ; .
AP1'LRS-Sle of 1 ton dried at 9Xe. . I
BUTi'fcH list told In small Iota at lOn for i-i
quality. ... P , . -v , , .
In the profluee-'market, trade continuei to be of tha
most restricted character.
KL.OUK Of the higher RrRjet only, 1st ary market,
and these only for tho mpply of a regulat consusiptiva
demand! ; I , i , t ,
WHEAT Wat In fsif requett. Prices have a wide
ranae, and the market. Is weak. . SOo. It the beet that
millers offer for prime red. White was told under tl.
uukn is mil quoted at sifo., but (bit prlos la not
nald hv AI.IIIIam
ums-Ate yery ami, ana kj it how an extreme
price. . ,
BARI.IY AND BIB Are very quiet.n.nndchanged
111 f IIVVI
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
PHILADELPHIA, June 17.
S nu,.!5aS.nerflM 00S 3U I extra 7&S
w t ' iuuy v aWVSM W, ,
whJ?" m"""" w1U ,llr rtte 1 ni 1 to 8
ykld MPD,eUW l0'"' 'llM .0, 8500 bB'tt,,
W11I8KT Steady at 1017,
"UIE OHIO STATESMAN STEAM
BOOK AND JOB
Having Increases Ita already
I fully prepared to execute In the
MOST ELABORATE MANNER,
THE LATEST STYLES,
' LABELS, CARDS,
i And every description of
LETTER PRESS PRINTING,
Equal to any Establishment in tho State, and upon
termi which will compare favorably with the
leading Eastern Printing Houses.
Having evory Facility to aid TJe
IN THE PRODUCTION OF
Wo offer our services to all who mny desire that class
We hare connoted with our Establishment a
BLANK BOOK BINDERY,
From which wo produce tho
Flxaotat BIcxxlIs. Worls,
AND TBI HOST
STJFEBB BAIL ROAD BLANK BOOKS.
Is to beadmltted
" : '; '' r k ;
-; . i- it ', j'
. BB MOST
COMPLETE IN FACILITIES,
A NO TBS MOST
PERFECT IN ORGANIZATION
In thlt City, and we may add, '
WE, WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE
Printing Home In the West.
RICHARD NEVINS. ,
, " '. PBOPBIETOB.
W. A. Batchelor'i HairDye! .
Thlt splendid Htlr Dye hat no equal Instantaneous in
effect Beautiful Black or Natural Brown no italnisg
the skin or Injuring tho Hair reaaanra uk ansa r an
effect of Bid Dyes, and Invigorates tho hair for lite.
Hons art genuine anlets signed "W. A. Batchelor."
Bold sveijwhero. ' ' . '
0HA3. BATCHBLOR, Proprietor,
Jylfcwly 81 Barclay Btrtet, Mew Tors.'
HAIR DYE HAIR DYE.
Wm. A. Batohelor'i Hair Syel :
tbs Original and Bast in tha WorUI
All others ar mere Imitations, and should bt avoided
Ifyoawteh to stoapa rldieait. . . t
QBAT, BSD OB RDBTT BJtUt Dyad Instantly to
beautiful and Natural Brawn or Black, without Injury to
BatrorBktn. : , it.
IITTISN MKDALB AHD DIPLOMAS havs bea
awarded to Wm. A. Batthelor ttcoe 1839, and over 80,00
application! havs been mado to ths Hair of his pa trees
hit fiimost dyei i- A- I
WM. A. BATCHUvR'B HAIR STB produces a sol
or not to bo djstlngutaked from satars, and Is warranted
not to Injure In the least, however long it may bt contin
ued, and the in streets of Bad Dye remedied; thellalt
Invigorated for lib by this splendid Dys... ' . ,,. .
Bold to all eltles and towns of tha United State.
Draggtita and fanty floods Dealers. 1 ' 1 , I
EZfTht QesialD hat the nam and addrott upon a steal
plate ngTTing on fonr tides of each bos, of WILLIAM
. BaiVjUBtAia, Addreas ('.
OBAILHB BAT0HKLOR, pjoprletor,
Jyl-wlv 81 Barclay ttreet, Mew York,
Dr. J. H. McLEAN'S
Strenhening Cordial an .Blood
nemedrin Tite orld
EVER TAKEN. V
IT 18 8TRIOT.
ly s aoienttfle and
Procured by tho distil
Ution of Koota. lierlj
and Barks, Yellow
Bock, Blood Knot, i
Baraanarllla. -. r I Id
Ohorry Bark and Dan- ."-?
uuiiod entert'into its1
Rcfore Taking"- active' remodia After Taking.
principle ol each ingredient It thoroughly extracted by
my new method of distilling. Drnriucirjiri.a delld"na. ox-
tolerating spirit, and the most INFALLIBLE remedy (oi
renovatiiig the diseased system, and restorlnf 'ho sick,
suffering and debilitated INVALID to HEALTH and
Will affectttally euro , .
COMPLAINT, DKBPKPBIA, .. JAUWOICS,
Chronic or Nervous Debility, Diseases cf the Kidneys.
ana an aiseaeea anting from a altordereJ Lrver or Miou
toh, Dynmisia, Heartburn, Inward Pilot, Acidity or Sick.
nets of the Htomaoh, fullness of Blood to tie H?.!, Dull
amor swimming in the head. Palk.tatlon or the Heart
ullneta or Weight lu the Stomach, Sour Iiuctations
unokinit or tuuocaunz reel ne s
or Yellowness of the Skin and
Eves. Niiht Bwea'j
ward fevers, Pain in tho small of the back, chest or side
Sudden Flushes of Heat. Devrtasion of Soirito. Frightful
Dreamt, Lauiruor. DesDoridencv or any Nervous Diaeate
Sores or Blotches on tli Bkin, and fever and A;ue (or
Over a nilliou ! a.ottlct
Have been told durlni the last tlx months and in nn In
stance has It failed in giving entire satisfaction Who,
then, will suffer from Weakness or Debility when Hc-
LKAN'8 BTBKNGTHENlNa CORDIAL will ru:e yoal
No laniruaire can convey an adeauate Ides of the liorae-
diate and almost miraculous ehanfre produced by taklat
thlt Cordial in ths diseased, debilitated and shattered
nervous system, whether broken down by excess, weak by
nature, or impaired by eickoest, the relaxed and unstrung
rgnniiaiion it reiiorea to iu pristine neaun him Uxor,
Or others consoiout of inability, from whate for inse.
will find McLean t Strengthening Cordial a thnrouih
regenerator of tho system; and all who may huve Iniured
themselves by Improper indulirencei. will find In the Cor
dial a certain and speedy remedy.
To tbe Ladles.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
It a sovereign and speedy cure for
INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, U IIITIiS
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontinence ol
Urine or Involuntary Discharge thereof, Falling of the
Womb, Giddiness, Fainting and all Diseiaes lr,,.vlpe t
' Than is no Mistake About it.
Buffer no longer. Take It according to Directions. It
will stimulate, strengthen and Invigorate you and c u; e
tbe bloom of health to mount your cheek auain .
very bottle Is warranted to give stiislncilca.
If your children are slcklv. rranv, or afflicted. Mi-Le.ir.1r
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robust. Deli)
not a moment, try it, and you will be convinced .
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE
OanTioa. Beware of Drnnrlsta or Dealers who ma)
try to palm npon yon tome Bitter or Straaparilia trub,
which they ecn buy cheap, by taytnt It it Just at good.
Avoid inch men. Ask for McLean's Btrenslhenlnj Cor
dial, and take nothing else It It the only remody that
will purify the blood thoroughly and at the tame time
strengthen the system.
one taniespoonrul taken every morning rutin?. Is a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chills and Fever. Yellow
rever, or any prevalent diseases. It is nut up In Inmrt
Price only I porbottla, or 6 bottles for I").
Bolt Proprietor of this Cordial, .
Alto McLean' Volcanic Oil liniment.
Principal Depot on the corner of Third and Pine street,
Bt, Lcli, tlo.
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
The best Liniment In the World. The only safe and
certain oure lor Cancers, purs, tjwelllnsn and Jiron
chitit, or Goitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weakness of the
Muscles, uoronio or Inflammatory Uheumatism, utin
nest of tho Joint, sontracted Muscles or Ligaments
larach or Toothache, Bruises, Sprains, Wounds, Fresh
Outs, Ulcers, fever Bores, Caked Breasts Bnro Kiriples,
Burnt, Scalds. Bore Thoat. or any Inflamnnti'in or Pain.
no difference howterera, or how long the dieeuemty
nave existed. tlcLeani Celebrated Liniment It a cer
Thousands of tinman being havs been nved a life of
decrepitude and misery by the use of tl ie inra'mhle
Will relievo pain almost instantaneously, and it wll
iiaanaa, puriry aad ileal to foulest sores in an ir.crr dl
ly short time.
For Horses and Other Auimnls.
McLean I celebrated Llnhnent It the only wife end re
liable remedy for the cure of Bpavin, King Bone, Wind
galls, Splints, Unnatural Bumpa, Nodes or Bttollingt. It
win never fall to euro BlgUead,PoU Kvll, Kietula, Old
running Sores or Bweeny, if properly applied. For
Sprains, Bruise, flora tones, Bora or Wound, Crackled
Heel. Chafes, Baddl or Collar Galls It is an Infallible
remedy. Apply it as directed, and a cure U certain in
every inttano. v
Then trine no longer with tha many worthiest Lis)-
mentt offered to yon. Obtain a supply of Dr. McLcaa't
celebrated Liniment. It will cure you. .
J. II. mcLEAN, Bole Proprietor,
Corner of Third and Plas Streets, Bt.Xouis, Mo
lor sale by all druggists,
for sale by K0BFJRTS fc BAMTJKL,
angiW-dAwly . Columbus. Olik
MUST BE SOLD!
ALL THE GOODS
Town Street, .,
TO SUIT THE TIMES!
WAR! WAR!! WAR!!!
OWING TO TI1E AVAR RETWEGN
tb Cnlon and the Bunny South. I have concluded
ALL M Y OOODS,
Tb stock coosiitt of the largest lot of
In the city of Columhui:
, ... , BBILLlAHTS,
SOI T FINISH CAMBRICS,
COlX&BSi EDQINU8, BKLBT BSATD,
B0SIEBT, FINS, BUTTONS,
buspendeks, hooks and eyes,
and all kind of
NOTIONS AND SMALL WARES;
the best HOOP SKIItTS In Columbus, and at the
AVbolesale sand Retail.
Then, ladles, all, bth great and small, '
Come, give m a call.
And then you'll fiLd A. M. K. Btorrh
In all hit Olory.
A. M. K. BTORRIE, Agent,
Remember the War I No. Hi Town ttreet.
aprll:d3m , , Columbus, Ohio.
. . . .
HOWARD & GO'S.
CALL AT NO. 83s SOUTH HIGH TM
and oxam in our nw aaak ot , .
AMERICAN WATCHES, ' ,
Dannfactared by X. HOWARD A CO , Boston, Mas.
These Watches ar far anperlor to anything ever offered
to the public, heretofore. Having tbe exclusive agency,
t can tell them at price to salt the lime. ', I have Just
received a large ttock of
AMERICAN WATCIIK3, :
manufactured by ArPLXTON, TRACY, A CO 1 alto, a
fine assortment of
ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES,
In Sold and gllvw Caae, at Panic ptloaai '
'jsutt". ""' " ' W. J. BAVAOI.
BLACK STRAW BONNETS AND El
egant Ribbons, In great variety at BAIN'S,
oott No. 89, Dlgh street;
An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, present
to the attention of mothers, her
SOO THING SYRUP,
FOR CHIT.nREnl TEETMIltfn.-TiV"
which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by toft
al idS"11"' waue'nK all inflammation will allay
tiu xAiti md spaimodio action, and It
SDHE TOICEGtXATE THE BOWELS.
Depend npon It, mothers, 1 1 will girt rest to ynr Ire
BELttf ARD HEALTH TO TOTJB IBFAU1B.
We have nnt unandaoin i,i. ...,. .... .
and CAN J AY. IN OONFIDNe?AND TBUTufof I
what we have never len ai,i tn ... . . ..... !..
cine NBVKK HAS IT FA1LKD. IN A 8INHI R tnht.
ANOH, TO UflOt A CDB, .ha? tlSS.1
er did we know an instance ordissatlsfaation by any one
who used It. On the contmrv. all an, i.iu),,.j uk ..
operation!, and sjie&k in termt of commendation of Its
magical etleot and medical virtue. We ttwak In Ihla
matter ''WHAT WE DO KNOW;" after ten
?!!Tn,C?,,A22JPn.LKDaH 0UB KPUTAT10N FOBTIIU
FULILLMENT OF WHAT WB 11EKK DB0LAKE. In
almost every Instanoe where the infant la suffering from
pain and exhaustion, relief will be found In fifteen ar
twenty minutes after thedyrup it administered.
Thlt valuable preparation it the prworiptlon of one of
the most EXPaRIKNCKDand BKlLLFlfL NURHKn in
fN"Su0CKrtd"n be B,e.d Willi 1VE1i
1 IIOIJMAN DH OF CASES. "
It notonly relieves tha child frnm it
ate the stomach and bowels, eorreett acidity, and glvei
tone and enemv to the whole nsim. it in .in.. i.. ,
ttautiy relieve" (
OB:P-RTO 15 TEE E0WEIS, AKD WIN J) C0UC
and overeom convulsion, wnlch, If not speedily rcr ,e
Bji'SuL'S6"1' We believe it the BSaT md PT'H
Si,A. "1 la wumijU, in all cues ofOV
ENTEllY and DIAlllUKEA IN CI1ILDBKW, whetl.e
It arises from teethinir. or from anv nrh.
would sny to everv mother who hu aI.ii.i .(r....
snyof tbo foregoing complaints IX) NOT l.KTY'irr
ruKJUUICKS Ntlt T1IK PBKJUDICK80K0illEl:-.
stand between vou axd tour infTprini, hii. ....i ,v,. ...
lief that will Im fli;u.Kr iiimiAiFi i r .
follow the use of tills medicine, ir timely used. Full di
rections for using will accompany e:t-h bottle. Nu,,o
genuine unttss the fac-slmile of OUKTlBes PriRK flt.4
cw iura, is on ine outside wrapper.
Bold by all Druggist throughout the world.
Prl :cipn I Office, 13 Cedar Street N. .
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLtf.
Is precisely what Its name Indicate, for. while
easuii to tue taste, it is revivilying, oxhllarat
g, invigoratiog and ttrenitbemoa is the ,i
powers, and at tho tame time reviviflrs teln
states, and renews the Blood in all Its purity an.'
uius ai once renwrtm ami renasrM lil farm 4n
vulnerable to att jekn odiMate. It U tha only
ailly and skillfully combined as to be th-io,tT
IP wenui ioni ana at uie same tune so per ctl r
d,ted to, ss to act inper.'eotaccorrlanco with thel
,aws of natuie, ana nenee Will inotbtthevtebttt
ftowach, arid tone up the dlstlve orpins', am!
triu allsva 1 nervous and othpr Irritatfr.n i. i.
pcr'ectly exhllarntlnir, aud at the sine time It
ooraposed entirely of vegetable, yet so eomWneil H
is to produce the mojt thorough tonic effect, with !
out nrdueinir anv Ininriona onnunn.....
aj a remedy has long been felt to be a de.lderntnm i:
Uj he medical world, for it needs no medical skill b
fi see that debility follows all attackanf ,ll... ...il
Iproteeds and indeed lays the system open to Hi-- W
insiaiousattacxs oi muny or tne most fatal, sirh, ,
for example, aa the following: Consumption, Ium
digestion, Dyspepsia, Lnss of Appetite, Faintnew.l
N.rvnm Trrlfntiilitv. Vffuralnia u.l,i.
CJ Heart. Melanrholy, JiightSweiits, Langnor, OiJ,
t ' tiesa, Itetentinn of, as well at Paiulul oljtruc!.
, Oid.ll- f
too profuse, or too rcant Menstruation, and Fn
at ing nf the omh. These all leper,d upon general
il debility. This pure, healthy, tonio cordial and
Blood Renovator it ai sure to cure as Uie sun u.
pa rise and set. There lj no mistake about It. But
ITJ ihi is not all. If the system is weakened, we are
ipeu to bilious atlnrks, the liver liomcs torpid.'j.
I jr worse diseased, the kidney refuse to perinrn. fi
iheir functions, and e ar troul,, d with scaldin;: k
'and incontinence of urine, or involuntarv dis i
Icharve ot the same, pain ia the hack, tide and he. ,
twetu Uw shoulders, exceedint ly liable to slichri
colds, coughs, and if unchecked, toon emacinlWnl
follows, aud the palieot goes down to a premature!
rave. But space will not allow ut to enumerate f)
the many ills to which we are liable iu a weakened V
condition of the system. But we will anv. In il,i.
ICordial and Blood Renovator you have a perieoi
sale, fiicapau, auu tucciu&l remeoy lor li'BS
i petite, Billouanras, Flntalenco. weak and alcbj
itomich, Languor, Liver Comnlaint. fihiil. and
I Fever, or any Bilious attack, Coativenras, Acidity'
hf the Stomach, Nervousness. Neuraliria. Patnita.'
Otion of the Heart, re ssion of fpirils. Soros., N
.Pimples on the Face'or any disease arising from U
i mimre hlnn,1. n. 9rnrl. Wu.;n.i.. n.....
llitia. UnilPll. iir.tllltf nf llrpnlltln,. anrf nil !,..
0,oclass of disease called female weakness, and M
jenumerated alrave. We will also say the travel r L'J
-"l1""" w cymeuiica, i;uauB oi cumuie ana Wili
er, Will find ita pleasant, safe and sure remedy, t-ij
and none should ever travel without. Hoarier.! V.
try it, for we auureyouyou will find in ita incnd
auueeu,as wen at a irienu in neea. ail persons oil
Mdentary habits will find it a perfect preventive olrj
u wen aicure tor I nose ailments to which they a:t!
ji'ai wtuiiiny exposed, rience minisiers,.tuuents,H1
.torceye, literary gentlemen ,and laditt who are not
s accustomed to much outdoor exeicise, will find ii
-o ineir auvanuge to keep a bottle constantly or
hand; and, above all, mothers, or those becorain
such; will go through that moat dangerous periot
uoi ouiy win an ueir accusiomm atrength, hu
safe and free from tha thnuanml ailmMnla an ,..,w
Oalent among the female portion of tb world. Ii
ihort, It is indeed a mother's cordial. Try it, oh
u,a I..,,,, uu iwupivr iuu ura r i.a ,,, uemv, Wll
Irelieve and prove itself emphatically at Jitttora
tiua orataiana utooa ticnoralor. .
O.J. WOOD, proprietor, 444 Broadway, Nev
York, and 114 Market Street, Bt. Louis, Mo., am
sold by ROBKRTa A SAMUEL, Columbus, Ohio
and all good Druggists; Price One Dollai
per Bottle. march8-diweowly
ADVEMIBEMENT. " '
For ths IN8TANP iLIE
and PERMANENT OUB1 of :fi
distressing complaint Bt '
Made by 0. B. BKTMOUR CO., lfr7Natn' St., N.
Trio (1 per box; tent free by post.- i.
FOR BALI AT ALL DRUGGISTS
THE UNION FORE VBR1
UNIOSI ENVKLOPES-A HAKIT1 W
designs, at 94,00 per 1,000. , . ,?
UNION LEITEB AND ROTS FAFEB,
at hall the price charted by small dealer.
jrpDIAD QUARTERS No. 75 Bohth High ttreet.
Columbus, MayS, IWI. . J. II, RILEY
. . t l. f J .I.'.l STJtlrl.'
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NUWARIO MACHINE WORKH,
lfi n ii n (act ii r era of all klndsi of Por
tHble and Kiatiouttrw Menus Kti
Itlnca, Maw iritlla, Uriat tllllaJ
... ,' A.C., Arc. lri , .."., ', l'
LANS SODLKi Btntml B. t. BLAKDYBrntetl
J. A J. a. DVTA1L JBeaimtlt COLCilSrn
, MACXS CO. tatmlllt SRAD0RD
t CO. Eentmtltn
Oar Fortnbls Engins tod Saw Mill
Waa awarded thu first premium ot t' at the Indlara
Btate fair for 160 over Lant A Bod ley ' on account of.
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of iud
anil superior cliaraoter of lumber shwh1.
Our Htatlonary Enrme was awarded at the taan Fy
the first premium of W " h
Our Portable Knghvo waa awarded the first premium ol
1 1110 at tho Fair at MempJiia, Teas., over Blmdy's la
vall'a, Oolumbot Haohine Co'., and Hradford at , Oo't.,
by a oommitse of practical Railroad Jtogioeera, . ..
- for price and termt address .
YYILLARD WARNER, Treasurer, '
decS-datwlyeoit. Newark, Ohio.
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